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Ir 1 THE INTERIOR JOURNAL IVOL XXXV STANFORD KY FRIDAY AUGUST 2 1907 NO 44 I Clarence Coleman Writes More About The Jamestown Exposition WASHINGTON D C July 21 DEAU iNTEnion My wife and Inro back in tho capital city en route to tho Old Kentucky Home after havinK I spent fivo nights and four days at Nor folk and tho Jamestown Exposition t sight seeing and seeing tho sights of the greatest of American expositions- In my Norfolk letter devoted mostly to Washington and the scenes along tho route from Louisville to Norfolk I c paid hut little attention to the big show now in full blast on tho beautiful shore of Hampton Roads tho scene of that celebrated duel during the Civil War between the Confederate ironclad Mer rimac and tho Federal Monitor or the 7 Yankee Cheeso Box as It was called at tho time Tho Jamestown Tercentennial Exposition which opened Its gates to tha world on April 26 is an international affair and commemorates the first En gush settlement of America tho settlement at Jamestown Va in 1C07 300 years ago The general make up or character of the exposition is varied embodying every imaginable feature military naval historic commercial scientific and industrial Tho show covers an area of 500 acres and has a bay frontage of nearly three miles From tho water front can be seen the waters of Elizabeth and James rivers Hampton hoods Chess Cake Hay aud the Atlantic ocean There are 10 many distinctive fea ture of this show that I will only take tho space to mention a few of the more t prominent attractions An American fleet is anchored In Hampton Roads also various European Asiatic and South American naval powers and is the greatest naval rendezvous in histo ry This feature is itself worth ones t money and time The naval and ma rino features of the exposition mark it as distinctive Battleships and armored cruisers from every naval power on the globe have or will participate in this the greatest of all international rendezvous of naval powers Nearly all the States ore represented by buildings or exhibits in the various expect tion buildings Kentucky is very creel itably represented both In the States exhibits building and the State building itself Fort Boonesboro is an exact replica of tho first Kentucky settlement and fort of the same name Old Virginia does herself proud having tho finest and most complete exhibit of any of tho Southern States with Georgia and North Carolina battling for second placeThe electric display is grand several 1million of small electric lights of all illuminating the grounds The fire works display at night Is grand and t awe inspiring and a credit to tho man agementIn the Jamestown Exposi I tion is a great show and well worth the time and money to see It is of course impossible to give a good description of the exposition in writing I can only say go see for yourself and be con vinced that it is tho greatest show of tho kind ever given on this or any oth- eri continent despite tho newspaper and journalistic knockers from the North and East who it seems have formed a trust so to speak to knock on the exposition No reason is giver for the attitude they have taken save that when they visited the fair they were not wined dined and banqueted us they would have liked Then again I opine that they are jealous of the tldo of people going Southward to spend their money The exposition means much to the South more especially to Virginia and tho tidewater cities of qNorfolk Portsmouth Newport News Point Comfort tho exposition cities all of which aro located on tho waters and arms of Hampton Roads and within 20 to 30 minutes ride of the exposition grounds by rail or water t Norfolk the largest of tho tide water cities has a population of over 50000 and is the fourth cotton point in impor tance in tho United States It is a fine city well built good business houses thoroughly modern and uptodate The big navy yards are at Portsmouth just across the Elizabeth river from Nor folk Tho population of Portsmouth Is over 30000 Newport News claims a population of K5000 and has tho great est ship building plant and tho largest dry dock in the new world Newport News is just across from the exposition grounds where tho James river emp ties into Hampton Roads Hampton which is a beautiful little city of sever al thousand is situated near the grounds Old Point Comfort known as Fortress Monroe is directly opposite the Jamestown Exposition separated only by six miles of water Hero Is to be seen Fortress Monroe tho largest and best equipped fortress in America station of tho Unit and chief artillery I ted States government and might properly be called a school for the army and navy With the exception of Gi bralta it is perhaps the greatest fort ress in the world possessing tho long est line of fortifications It was here that our beloved president of tho Con federacy and native Kentuckian Jet ferson Davis was confined In shackles a prisoner of the Federal Government It was a sad affair of war but war I- shl Respectfully CLARENCe COLEMAN MIDDLEBURG Miss Annie Lanham and Don Davis who havo been wrestling with typhoid fever are pulling up slowly The blackberry crop is tho poorest for a number of years They can hard ly be had for love or money The very severe drought that has prevailed hero for two or moro weeks had its backbone most completely bro ken Monday morning by a copious rain Praise the Lord J H McWhorter sold a mare to John Hogue for 100 Ceo Drye bought a bunch of yearlings of 0 L Wilson at ic Sam Damron taught of Jas C Foglo a lot of shoats at Sic The public school opened hero Monday with Mrs Laura Leo as principal and Miss Bessie Leo as assistant There are 00 pupils in attendance and that number will be greatly augmented next week Mesdames Jesse Cloyd and Wm Me Intosh of Burnside were hero Sunday Mat Ellerson of Flat Lick Pulaski county was here Tuesday looking for a location Clarence Coleman and wife stopped off here on their return from the Jamestown Exposition Mrs Eliza Estes returned to Somerset Wednesday after a months visit to Mrs J A Es tcsMr and Mrs William Fair of Hart ford who have been visiting relatives here for a week or more left Monday to visit other relatives in Lincoln Mr Fair was born and raised here but left us in early manhood and made Hartford his homo where he has built up a most profitable mercantile business Stan ley McIntosh left last week to make his home at Waynesburg where he has a position as cashier in the new bank Our people are proud of Stanleys good fortune for ho is a deserving fellow Rev Caulder Remarks STANFORD July 31Pleue allow me space in your paper to speak a few words about the colored Baptist church For three years I have been preaching In Stanford and my stay has been very pleasant among my many friends both white and colored that I have met I hope the future will be more pleasant and that I will be able to secure more help from my white brothers and their congregations We are anticipating holding a financial meeting beginning Aug 5th Rev Omer pastor of the Christian church will preach Aug at 8 r M Rev Taylor pastor of tho Baptist church will preach for us Aug 8 Mr Singleton county superintendent and Mayor Florence will enter tain us on the Oth Wo cordially in vito the congregations of tho white churches to assist us in this financial struggle I hope that these able divines and able speakers words will be aa bread cast upon the water and gathered for many days to come YoUts for tho cause of Christ A S CAULDER Pastor colored Baptist church Stanford HAD AN AWFUL TIME But Chamberlains polio Chol era and Diarrhoea Remedy Cured Him It is with pleasure that I give you this unsolicited testimonial About a your ago when I had a severe cam of measles I got caught out in a hard rain and the measles settled In my stomach and bowels I had an awful time and had It not been fpr the use of Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy I could not havo possibly lived but a few hours longer but thanks to this remedy I am now strong and well I have written tho abovo through simple gratitude and I hall always speak a good word for this remedy Sam II Gwlti Concord Ga For sale by all druggists r Wo are going too fast declared Mrs Do Style It makes mo terribly nervous Wo are considerably under the le gal limit madam stated tho chauf feurWell I never Put on more speed instantly James Ever wako up in tho morning with tho nose stuffed up and dry Thats catarrh A 8100 outfit of Hyomel wilt cure yoti Money back if it falls G L Penny The girl who always ponders twice Ere she speaks once by gum Is either very very nice Or else shes deaf and dumb- Philadelphia Press An engine on the Illinois Central exploded near Sltka Tenn and three people were killed NEWS NOTES Isaac Madden who was in his 100th year and the oldest man in Jackson county hanged himself John F May a miner was killed by a C 0 train near Ashland while asleepSeven blocks were destroyed in an early morning fire at New Yorks tam ous resort Coney Island Fred Bailer aged 30 years was drowned in the Ohio river at the boathouse of the Covington Launch Club One fireman was killed and two in jured in a disastrous fire at Memphis Tenn The loss Is estimated at 600 000 Western railroads aro near an open break with the postofiico department over the transportation of the maul owing to a number of recent orders In asking Congress to increase the pay of the men in the army and navy it will bo shown that the United States soldiers are the poorest paid of any country in the world An enemy of George Astrikc a farm er near Jasper Ind placed a screwdriver in a bundle of wheat and when It passed through the separator the machine was wrecked Horses hitched to a new hearse owned by Ed Barnes of Owingsville ran away The hearse was overturnedand Harvey Sexton the driver sustained fractures of several ribs A baggageman in the union depot in St Louis gave a trunk its usual fling It was full of dynamite and the handler and another man were seriously jured in the explosion which followed Frederick Ford of Philadelphia be came insane in a New York Central express train after leaving Albany and made several efforts to kill his two yearold daughter by throwing her from tho window of tho train Tho foundation stone of the Andrew Carnegie Palace of Peace was laid at Zorgvilct in the midst of the wooded park stretching from The Hague to Schevenlngen by M NelldofT presi dent of the Second Peace Conference Tho funeral of the late United States Senator Edmund W Pettus took place at Selma Ala from his residence Interment was in Live Oak cemetery where less than two months ago his late colleague Senator John T Morgan was laid to rest Paducah business men are greatly pleased by the success of an effort to induce immigration to Western Ken tucky A little colony of Austrian farmers has been established in Mc Cracken county and more arrivals are expected in October Southern passenger train No 9 from Louisville was wrecked near Shelby vllle Selbert Proctor of Waddy sus tained a sprained leg and wrenched back by jumping out of tho window The other passengers wero shaken up but none was seriously injured After an allnight search of tho ruins of a sixstory tenement in New York which was burned shortly after mid night tho police announced that there were 20 victims of the fire The bodies of tho victims were found in allsorts of unexpected places to which they had lied when the fire broko out Before leaving Lexington Judge James Hargis said in response to a question as to whether ho felt under obligations to Gov Beckham for stand log by him during his trouble and he replied Gov Beckham never turned over his hand to help me in any way during tho past four years I havent been in his office in that tlmo and never made a single suggestion to him about what Judge ho would appoint in any of of my trials The man has been hound ed for helping me when he has never raised his hand lie was asked why he resigned just now when the commit tee seemed confronted with a problem- In Louisville Oh I dont think there will be any trouble in Louisville i he said I see in tho papers that thats all settled The party was never in better shape Remedy for Diarrhoea Never Known to Fail I want to say a few words for Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy I have used this preparation in my family for the past lye years and have recommended Itto a number of people in York county and havo never know It to fall to elTcct a cure In any instance I feel that I can not say too much for the best remedy of the kind in tho world S Jcmlson Spring Grove York County Pa This remedy Is for sale by all druggists How was tho hotel The hotel was all right but the terms were unreasonable- Invariably in advance eM Warning If you have kidney and bladder trouble and do not use Foleys Kidney Cure you will have only yourself to blame for results as positively cures all forms of kidney and bladder dis eases G L Penny c IN NEIGHBORING COUNTIES Dr A Dunbar Forsythe son of Dr M L Forsythe of Harrodsburg is dead in Washington D C At Flat Lick Knox county William Mills 16 years old son of a prominent farmer was kicked by a mule and died within half an hour Mrs Bertha Shewmaker wife of James Shewmaker a wellknown tar mer of the Battle vicinity of Mercer died after a lingering Illness of con Gonzaga one of the founders of St Josephs Hospital in Lexington and who began her 50 years service as- a Sister of Charity in Louisville died at St Josephs Hospital at that place The unknown man recently arrested at Paris has been identified as Newton Mircle who shot and fatally wounded his wife at Middlesboro Mlriclo was taken into custody because of his queer actionsThe body of the dead man found with his skull crushed beside the Q C track near Lexington has been positively Identified as that of Charles W Orr of Danville a bridge workman employed by tho Q C Matthew Hart a painter of Harrods burg sustained fatal injuries by falling from a scaffold while painting a barnI near town One leg and one arm broken and one eye knocked out He was also internally injured The demand to improve its local sys tem or get out of the city has been made of the East Tennessee Telephone Company by Mayor E S Helburn The telephone company has announced its intention of removing from the city as soon as possible- In a fight in the Choctaw district of Indian Territory between Isaac South ern and Bcecher Powell formerly of Mlddlesboro and two robbers both of the latter were killed Southern died from injuries received Powell was wounded but will recover Luther Johnson an employe of the Soper planing mill at Richmond in at tempting to step through a belt was was caught and thrown against the wall 50 feet away Besides suffering fractures of one leg and hip and jaw he was internally injured Nearly every tooth in his mouth was knocked out He will probably die A Livingston dispatch says Armed bodies of men are on guard at the L 8 N depot here and other bands are scouring the country searching for a Negro who is charged with attempting a criminal assault on Lena Daugherty the 17yearold daughter of Joseph Daugherty a railroad conductor who is doing work on the L N tunnel near Hazel Patch For an Impaired Appetite- To improve the appetite and streng then the digestion try a few doses of Chamberlains Stomach and Liver Tablets Mr J II Soltx of Detroit Mich says They restored my ap- Petite when impaired relieved me of a bloated feeling and caused a pleas ant and satisfactory movement of the bowels Price 25 cents Samples free by all druggists Baron Kikuchi a Japanese states man in an address at London recently declared that in his judgment the Ja panese ought to make English their language to the exclusion of the native tongue and a writer in the Yokohama paper quoted in the New York Times vigorously supports that idea Ten Years in Bed For ten years I was confined to my bed with disease of my kidneys writes R A Gray J P of Oakdale Ind It was so severe that I could not move part of tho time I consulted the very best medical skill available but could get no relief until Fo leys Kidney Cure was recommended to me It has been a Godsend to mo1 G L Penny Shady nooks Babbling brooks Country cooks Gad Zooksl Thats where we hie So goodbye Hay Fever and Summer Colds Victims of hay fover will experience groat benefit by taking Foleys Honey and Tar as it stops diflicult breathing immediately and heals tho Inflamed air passages and even if it should fall to cure you it will give Instant re lief Tho genuine Is In a yellow pack ego G L Penny This tho most interesting era of fern nine existence There are women law yers women bankers women doctors women merchants women farmers women miners andjust women Somerset Journal The Republican Committee of the Seventeenth district met at Somerset and declared Hon Jos F Bosworth of Middlesboro tho nominee for State Senator Somehow the faster you run in debt the more you run behind r J of J t CORoute1 I IGOOtROUND TRI PfBEST OF THE SEASONtA1 ATLANTIC CITY f Capo tTHURSDAYFifteen Days Limit Stopover at Philadelphia Baltimore and Washington on return tripItwithin final limit Through Day Coaches and Sleepers to Atlantic City without change For full information und reservation address GEO W BARNEY D P A Lexington Ky WANTEDLINCOLN FARMS I A large number of people in this and other counties in Eastern Ken tuckare soiling their coal and timber lands at handsome prices and are buying farms in Lincoln and other Blue Grass counties We are iaa touch with buyers throughout Eastern Kentucky If you have a farm in Lincoln for sale list it with us and it willsell SPECIAL ATTENTION TO COLLECTION OF NOTES AND ACCOUNTS Address tho Somerset Real Estate Agency Somerset Ky j ATTEND THE GREAT Casey county Fair t- At LibertyrAUG 28 29 30rLiberal premiums on all kinds of t Stock C H BARTLE JASON WESLEY President Secretary tie Lincoln County national Bank Of Stanford Kentucky Capital 5000000 Surplus 2600000 UndividedJProfits 500000 SH SHANKS PRESIDENT W M BRIGHT CASHIER- J B PAXTON VICEPRESIDENT W O WALKER ASSISTANT CASHIER J W ROCHESTER BOOKKEEPER DIREOTOFlSsl J B Otvaley Stanford S H Shanks Stanford Geo W Carter Stanford John B Foster Stanford W II Shanks Stanford W O Walk er Stanford J B Paxton Stanford W H Traylor Gilberts Creek R L Hubble Lancaster W H Cummins Preachersville L GtGooch Waynesburg fly s VE IComfort economy nUll durability are all included in hot water heating I heated my house last winter 5 rooms and bath room with 15 worth ofrcoal No ashes no coal no kindling in yourrooms The ideal heat for a residence Now is the time Dont wait until frost reminds you that winter is here S H ALDRIDGE Stanford Kentucky Tinner and Plumber Books Wall Paper Paints Oils and Varnishes School Supplies BestIFoor Finish is RENULAC W B McRoberts DRUGGIST STANFORD PERSONAL supervision given to allJPrescriptiona oompounded nrwa wra a4 bta JI F T The Interior Journal E Co WALTON u J T ROBERTS It acnndldnte for Magistrate In the Crnb Orchnril MngUterlal initrlct subJect to the Mfonof thl part JOHN J MOSERIJI a candidate for Jnller of Lincoln countv subject to the action of the lmocrlltIparty M BRUCE It a candidate for Jailer of Lincoln county ibjtct to the action of the Vemocrntlc part JAMES C HAYS Ik n candidate for Inller of Lincoln count abject to the action of the Uemocri c party D C ALLEN If a cnndldnto for A tumor of Lincoln coun ty tnbjvct to the action of the IItllIocrntic I party Democratic Ticket For U S SenatorJ C W Beck ham For GovernorS W Hnger For Attorney General John K Hendrlcks For State Superintendent Sohools M O Winfrey For Commissioner of Agriculture J W Newman tIFor Lieutenant GovernorSou J TrimbleFor H M Bosworth For Secretary of StnteIIubert VreelandFor Ruby Laffoon For Clerk of Court of Appeals John B Chenault For Representative of Lincoln coun tyW H Shanks JUDGE JAMES HARGIS has resigned as a member of the democratic State Central Committee from the Tenth district We are glad he is out not with standing his valiant work for the part In his letter of resignation he takes this parting shot I have held the position of member of the State Ce tral Committee from the Tenth district for nine years without objection from any democrat who has never bolted A few hostile newspapers have demand my resignation and I did not get my commission from them nor was lob ligated to obey their orders I have for a long time however felt that I should quit politics and give my entire time to my personal business and now that 47 out of 48 men have pronounced the in- nocencer of the foul charges laid agalDst me and no criminal charge can be sprung in any quarter I feel that the time has come when I can resign with credit to myself and to the party I have served with faithfulness and devotion I therefore tender my resignation as aforesaid promising to continue to bor for the party I love and endeavor to get others to do so I want to see our admirable ticket elected from top to bottom and all in my power will be done to that end Let every democrat do likewise and we will return to the oldtime majority TUB Repblican State Central Com mjUee of Ohio in session at Columbus formally indorsed the candidacy of Secretary of War Taft for the nomination for President and despite the opposition of Senator Foraker and his ca berth added the sentiment that the Republicans of Ohio are opposed to the elimination from public life of Senator Foraker and Dick TUB bill making the entire State of Georgia prohibition was passed by the House with two slight amendments which will be concurred in by the Sen ate and the Governor is certain to sign the measure when itreaches him The new bill is drastic in its regulations and prohibits the sale of liquor in the State TilE State Journals comparison of the personnel of the democratic and republican tickets makes the latter look like 30 cents and they will feel about like that amount after the second Tues day in November AN exchange says that if the two cent rate becomes effective there will be no more excursions If it will stop the Sunday excursions give 1mImediately TUB Louisville Medical College turned out 19 sawbones Tuesday Now look out for sudden deaths over the country POLITICAL M W Smiley has been appointed postmaster at Vester Adair county Hon J M Mitchell was renominated for Representative in the TaylorGreen districtLuther Teriman of Pellyton was nominated for the Legislature by the republicans in the AdairCumberland district J Percy Scott was nominated by the republicans of Lexington for mayor John Skain the democratic nomineeISenator Foraker in a long letter given out declares it will be impossible for him to Secretary Tuft for the- presidentIal nomination The Hardin County Democratic Com mittee nominated A A Pearl as a can didate for the State Legislature Mr 1 earl U u liveryman of Elizabethtown Wt t if The Washington Times says that aI boom has been started for Senator CarI mack of Tennessee as Bryans running mate in 1903 Gov R B Glenn of North Carolina is to be one of the chief speakers at the annual dinner of the Brooklyn Democratic Club at the Brighton Beach Hotel Brighton Beach L I on Aug 26 James F Grinstead was nominated by the republicans of Louisville for Mayor The fusion ticket of 1905 Was renomi nated with the exception of its head Mr Grinstead Is a brother of Prof W C Grinstead of Danville and is an uncle of Mrs J W Ireland of this place C E Seaman of Lexington the nominee for City Representative to make the race against W F Klalr Democratic nominee is a conductor on the Chesapeake Ohio railroad When told of his opponent Mr Klalr asked Is he n passenger or freight conductor Hell have to go faster than a freight to beat me It is not generally known but It is n fact that Judge Lassing is the youngest man who ever filled the high position of judge of the court of appeals of Kentucky When appointed to the bench he was only 40 years of age and he is just now in his 42nd year Until his appointment as a member of the highest court in the State Judge Lang was active in politics and was a nember of the Democratic State Committee from the State at large KINGSV1LLE A match game of ball between Pulas ki and our team will be played Saturday Rev Livingston preached two good ermons Sunday morning and evening to good audiences Bro Livingston complimented the Sunday school but epricated the fact that so few men at endThe most enjoyable hay ride of the eason was taken Friday evening to and from the camp grounds Dan Hester had his wagon full of straw and 16 njoyed a merry ride in the glorious held here Monday Squire dams of Highland Attorneys Burch aufley Saunders and Colson were all present Several important cases were disposed of while others were held over to next court A party composed of the following will go on their annual fishing expedition Thursday to spend three days Dr hompson Messrs Daniel and Claude Hester Sebastian Chevolette Cash Leach of Lexington Wm Lane Major Smith Pat Smith Ed Carey Lou igney They will camp about 14 miles South of here D B Flint and family have moved to Danville where he has secured the position of taking charge of the levers in the night office of the Q C depot This little family will be very much pissed here Mrs Flint has been an indefatigable worker in the Christian church She has always been ready to act as sexton if necessary superintend the Sunday school and teach cines In fact she is a zealous worker throughout It will be difficult to find- some one to fill her place We beg pardon of the Sir Knights of laccabees for misrepresenting matters in our last weeks letter and beg to state that we were slightly misinformed We hereby make correction The great picnic is to be held in Thompson grove at Kingsville Instead of the reunion grounds and will last but one day instead of three The date Is Aug There will be a number of attraction A good band will be engaged Rev J G Livingston of Crab Orchard and bright of Kingsville will each deliver an address Hon Fontaine Fox Bob bitt of Crab Orchard will speak at- night Other prominent speakers who- will be present are Hons R C Warren and W S Burch Dinner and other re ishmcnts will be served on the grounds and at night there will be an ice cream supper The picnic is for the benefit of the Maccabees Every effort- will be made to make it a thoroughly enjoyable occasion Q C Detective Tom Helm of- Danville was hero Monday Assistan Claim Agent S M Owens of McKinney was here also Deputy Sheriff Hester of Stanford was here Monday Dr R A Tate has returned from Some- erset The doctor is getting considerable dental work here and it seems to be giving satisfaction C M Good has been quite sick but is convalescing Edgar Rigney and William Leach left- Thursdav to attend the Monroe School of Telegraphy Cincinnati Both arc- bright youths and we predict will soon- become proficient in the art and add two more to the list of excellent operators that Kingsvillo has produced Manfred Gooch is bearing out our good opinion formed in advance and is another of the very best station agents we have ever had here Mrs George Rigney will go to Cincinnati for a few- days visit Matt Preston wife and- baby of Stanford were guests of her- sister Mrs John Walls Mrs Georges Ball of Ludlow was the guest of relatives here Mrs W W Walter and- Master Joseph attended the Lancaster- fair and worn guests of relatives there- Miss Effio Carey will leave soon for Cincinnati to resume her duties in wholesale millinery establishment Mrs- Walter and Miss Carey have done well In the millinery business the past sea IIJ ta AIi r j I JJl 1 L son and will continue in It Mrs- Thompson has also had a good share of patronage thus proving that Kings villc has grown sufficiently to support two millinery stores E D Carey of the Q C spent Sunday with his wife and son Col Gooch employe of the Q C spent Sunday with his family here The Misses Baugh of Highland spent Sunday with Miss Bertha Thompson F S Gooch of Way nesburg was with his daughter Mrs Claude Hester Mrs Mollie Hutcheson lato of Montgomery Ala will be join ed here shortly by her husband and will go to Dayton 0 where they will make their home Miss Euphcmia Taylor is with Mrs Craig Butt at Somerset Quite a number from here will attend the Lexington fair- Endorsed By County The most popular remedy In Otse go County and the best friend of my familywrites Wm M1fetz editor and publisher of the Otsego Journal Qllbertsvllle N Y Is Dr Kings Now Discovery It has proved to bean infallible euro for coughs and colds making short work of tho worst of them We always keep a bottle in the house I believe it to be the most valuable prescription known for Lung and Throat diseases tI Guaranteed to never disappoint the taker by Pennys Drug Store Price 60c and 51 Trial bottle free The retirement of Judge RobbinsIfrom the Powers case came as agreeable surprise to thedefense which had hoped he would overrule its motion to get him off the bench expecting on this ground to get the case into the Federal Court Unless a new presiding Judge is named a delay of the trial until later is expected While walking a trestle near George town whither ho had been summoned barberfeudIestIn addition to being implicated in the ioebcl murder cases Combs was a figure in tho notorious FrenchEversole feud FOR SALEA few4monthsold Berkshire shoats These pigs are fullblood xi being out ot Dora Premier 99S83 and sired by Motcombe Duke III 3925 This boar weighs over 800 pounds and has taken several hundred ollars in premiums James A Estes Stanford Ky OVER In Premiums IS s FOR SALE 7ewctSrnmi ont in Poland Chin beet InthuHtnte xubjcct to reglnf fumeRpowinnd BUTCHER STUFF WANTED I I want to buy butcher entile of nil kind for tile Knitern market Want n cur toes or so n Creek lleit imld J W Wit Mains Phone MIHnnford K- yNOTICE All having clnlmi ngalntt the state of Joseph COlT deceased are hure y notified to the sums to me properly proven and verified in rwiulred by law by Kept IW Randolph IotTxy Ailmr of Jo eph Coffey deceased Moroland Kv Fins Blue Grass Farm For Sal ai are of fertile land excellently tin proved with a twostory frame dwelling enormous stock luirn njverfiilllln supply of water situated on the Coflevi III ntlius non 1Iutonviltr III Lincoln CoifnVv KtlItudt IwliiB till unit on which John tarpVnter rosldcrt- In his lifetime will lie ofteml at private tale for n limited time The owner lire nonresidents of the ounlnttentlontotheT- arn able to give their cr have derided to Ult nt n fair Address all Inqulrlv s for prior terms Slid other particulars to UH AUIKH N MANNI2TO Security Trutt Co Islington Ky Blue Grass Farm for Sale I wish to ell farm II miles Wit of luitonviii toile from pike and n crs Htiitton cansistingolvbneres of rICh blue grass INIIII or tubncco Illmi sit In grass This fnrm can In equally divided to vantage in to have n Rood on ach piece alia necessary outbutldtnes Tile farm lays span t Inn IIIH only o1e- nnKle tn lines There nn three stock arns I pood toUicco until 3 italics tenant lone good water In every field six tatting prlnys wttha streams running through f hole tract J KTKKLK rAniKNTRIt Ituiionvtll Ky NOTICE I IJncolh Circuit Court Matthew Woodson as Admr of the estnt- d u JIrawdo d and in his own right lllIlnUrT rule locker Annie Voodsou and others Ilt1fcondnllh Onlr Notice to nil crtnlltors of the estate of OJ tttlltlOIlIIIof the Unrln Circuit Court of the nOOllIhn the genernt puriuse of wlllh- II for th settlement of till estate of said de edent It Is now ordered that all creditor fdecwdent hall npH nr is core tl ornf H jiuller Master toiiiiiil lon T 01 In olnllrcult Court nt hi omcelu Htnnfonl Ky on or fore t It 15th day of August- NqISnd claims tMfore he said Commit slouer is ordrml to reMIvo ind henrlroofof nml to retort upon said ordered this oh ler shall Ie published In four successive slues of the Interior JournAl tiiwu under my bnnd an rl rk of the Tin oiu Circuit Court tln July lu JK Ilfct MCIrk THE BIG BLUE GRASS FAIR jNCOnPOHATBD AT LEXTNGTOoST KYI 25000 Aug 1217OVERf Big Days s 25000 In Premiums KOPPS MILITARY BAND The Great Knabenshue Airship DAILY ASCENTS The Best and Most Extensive List of Free Attractions in the Country Thrilling Acts Each Day 18 For Preliminary Prize List and Catalogue address TOUETT SHOUSE Secretary Lexington Ky ATTEND THE RUSSELL SPRINGS FAIR Aug 67 89 9 Every Day a Big Day With Balloon Ascension No Dust and Good Order aaenrt Liberal Premium List and 12TXt2CX3s Mile Regulation Track Ad dress R G WOODSSecretary Russell Springs Ky t 1 Ii Reduced I f We have the best the Lightye- st and Coolest things pos 11 sible for comfort We are ready for you with soil Light Shirts s i with or without Collars at f i 150 and 2 Low Shoes 3 to 5 Gauze Hose 25 j and 50C Long Soft x 4 in Hands Win= w l o i sors Ties Jf 25 and 50 Cents Linen Straw and Panama l Hats from 50c to 650 The New Greys and BluesSerge TwoPiece SuitsII1250 15 and 20 We will have everything necessary for your comfortt1 4ii p H J McROBBRTS STANFORD KENTUCKY awwwl a41WWwwweiww w 1- odaks and i odak Supplies Wo can supply you with films for No 1 Eastman Kodak No 1 Iamornm Kodak No 1 A Eastman Kodak No1 Drownio Kodak No2 Eiigttnnn Kodak No2 Brownie Kodax No 2 Bulle KJPC Kodak Floxo Kodak lee also have n nice tine of Kodaks RUt other supplies EIStanford Kentucky Imported Castile Soap o M i We have this Soap for convenience cut in 5 and Luc BlocksJttt5loaattsl LYNE BROS Crab Orchard Druggists Paris Creent When you want Paris Green do not forget that we handle I the best at the lowest price l STANFORD DRUG CO 7 I =s Turnsole c 1Iitdts J Hosiery Gloves Low Shoes White Waiting LnccfKmbroiderics 01tOC Fans STA FonD KY Auo 2 1907 FOR a good Talcum Powder Try Col a gates Violet or Coshmero Bouquet fo t 15 cts at Pennys Drug Store TPERSONALS Miss MARY BRUCE is visiting in Lou Isville p Miss FARRIS FELAND of Sharpsburg fs with Miss Adelo Feland JIiss KATE HANEY spent a couple or weeks in Louisville with relatives MRS BBSSIE REID McKINNEY and children are visiting friends at Spring Held Miss IDA MOORE left yesterday ror Bethany Beach Del to remain a few weeksMn JAMES G CARPENTER JR went to Livingston Wednesday on railroad business MR J G HACKLEY of New Yorl City Is with his parents Mr and Mrs J T Haekley Mns HARRY ALDRIDOE attended the funeral of her cousin Mrs Mattlo Da1 lyat Danville WALTER SINOLBTOS has been ill several days but is convalescing woI MO glad to state rl Missos MARIE MAiiosvand Elizabeth Jefferson are guests of Mrs W B 4 Penny in Danville MARSHALL STONB of this office Is spending a few days with Rubble friends and relatives t MRS A L CARTKR and children arc up from Loukvlllc Mta Mary ONcl Evans accompanied them Miss KATIIHRINE MAR ALDRIDGE or Lancaster has been the guest of Misses Pearl and Hannah Aldridge- MR J S Doom JR of Mt Sterl IngirPU hero to see Miss LcGramlc Jones who has been with friends here JOitVOWSLEY RinD is working to the Lincoln County National Bank while Welch Kochcstor is taking a vacation MRS B T WILD IAN of Lawrence guest of her son Amos Wilumanof tho Stanford Croomory- Co t BARI COLBMAN was at Carey Dell ounty this week to see his fathor Mr C R Coleman who has ben quite sickMiss MATTIB MAE LBAVBLL returned to Bryantsvlllo Tuesday Little Mist Josephine Carpenter accompanied her home MR THOMAS B MCCARTNEY prodr dent of Kentucky University was here yesterday in the interest of that instl Itutton MORRIS FRBD and family leave today for llcndcrsonvlllc N c where i ho will engage In the milling business AdvocateMiss GOODE of Mitchclsburg Isand Mr J T Goode of Indlanapolto been tho guests of thoir sister Mrs B D Carter MR AND MRS LEWIS ANDREWS of Sherman Texas arrived Tuesday to visit her father Mr W If Murphy in the Turncrsville section J S HOOKER Misses Margaret 1MR Hooker and Master Jesse Jr are back from a trip to Jamestown Richmond and other points 1ofinterestDR CUNDIFF of Somerset who has just graduated with honors from the Hospital College or Medl i cino at Louisville has our thanks for a handsome Invitation to thecommence ment exercises MRS RICHARD DIDo and Miss Florence Bibb returned to Nashville Wednesday after a delightful visit to i friends and relatives in this county Mrs Margaret Bibb accompanied them homo and will be their guest for a few M J ADAMS and daughter Miss Frances of Stanford were the guests of the famjly Mr J Bcechcrl Adams on Main Street Mr J E Claunch of Somerset spent Sunday With his wife and family here who havo been the guests of her sister Mrs Logan Wood Mr and Mrs Allen Burris of Colorado Springs are guests of Mr and Mrs James II Swope on Maple avenueAdvocato Mus J M OWENS was taken very ill while attending tho Lincoln County Fair at Stanford which lllneas has de veloped Into a severe case of typhoid- o fever since her return home John S t Hughes of West Point who is widely known in this section left tho hospital last week entirely recovered Ho has r set f Miss MARY PORTMAW of Louisville is visiting Miss Pearl Gentry MRS P W LOGAN of Corbin Is with her mother Mrs Rocker MR C T BOHON of Lebanon was on yesterdays train bound for Tennes see to buy sheep MESSRS JOHN AND ELIJAH HURST of Middles boro hoe been visiting the family of Mr Wm G McBee MR ZAN DUDDDRAR of Louisville came up yesterday to see Carroll Dud MESSRS FRCD GARNBTT and AIred L Pence leave tomorrow night for Jamestown Atlantic City and other points of interest ionGASOLINE at Singletons BUY your fruit jars at Singletons BETTER join the crowd that is going to tho Danville fair today CITY TAXES DUB Your olty tax IsIdue Tease call and settle same G Jones Marshal It HILL SrALDiNC formerly of this place was renominated for city pros ecutor there of Louisville by the republican IONY FOR SALB Shetland two years old white and brown spotted well bro ken Price J1DO A T Martin Som crsot Ky TilE infant daughterMr and Mrs W E Baucum af Junction City died Sunday The mother was the Iopular- Miss Edna Shivellc HENRY ANDERSON has bought of L A Farlss his stock of groceries and fresh meat business and will continue business at the old stand Losr10 Tuesday morning prob ably dropped In McRoberts drug store Please bring to office of E C Walton and receive reward of 250 TUB Colored Teachers Institute is in session hero Mrs L V Sneed of Indianapolis is conducting it and nearly all the colored teachers in tho county are in attendance MR ED HUUDAED sent us a few days ago a half dozen tomatoes that almost filled a halt bushel measure They were not only largo but luscious Mrs Me- D Royalty also has our thanks for a basket of delightful plums ROUsE AND LOT SoLUMrs Lottie Holmes of Phoenix Ariz has sold her houso and lot on West Main Street to Misses Liccie and Mamie Bcazley for 1200 The property is now occupied by Capt T A Richards and family Possession Nov 1IFORTY years to the hour from tho time that James Brldgcwaters was kill ed in the barroom of the old Commer cial Hotel here the last vestige of that building was removed Tho killing oc curred between 8 and 4 oclock on tho afternoon of July 271SG7 and between those hours Saturday the workmen completed the job of clearing away the building FARM SOLDMr Frank Cordier has sold his farm of 75 acres on Logans Creek to Mr Sam J Dell of Casey county for 0000 Tho deal was made through Mr Logan R Hughes of the Central Kentucky Real Estate Ex chan Title Co Mr Boll is ono of Caseys most substantial farmers and we welcome him and his excellent fam ily to Lincoln LEAVBLU Louis Young Leavoll ono of Lancasters I ust and wealthiest cit izens died at S Josephs Hospital Lexington wher ho had been for treatment some time Ho was president of the Citizens Nat oval Honk of Lancaster was 63 year old and unmarried Mr Leavell Was an excellent gentleman and a splen lid citizen Ho represented Garrard ounty in the Leglsla ure some 15 ye rs ago but since had paid little nttent Ion to politics CAUGHT AT I Tslim Harlan tho Negro who ed hero some two nonths ago bylclirnhing out of the hash hole and wrenching away from Mrs Herrin when sho attempted to top him was caught at Somerset Jailer Herrin went for him andI Irs Herrin was so badly hurt by Negro that she has been going on crutches since Il rlan was awaiting his trial in tho circuit court for chicken tealing He is a bdd egg and wo predict that ho will notj of away from niler Herrin again YOUR MIDSUMMER NEEDS trewlf We nro making great efforts to have just what ytU want in the way of wearing apparel for these hot days Besides the Summer goods wo are closing out we arc showing just the things you need for Summer wear SEVERANCE SON STANFORD sooenl91onths appendicitis HAMMOCKS at cost Stanford Drug Co SOUTH BEND watches for sale at Muellers MAGIC stock and poultry food at Singletons line souvenir postcards just In Mrs W S Jones MACK B EUDANKS won In the fat mans riding ring at the Danville Fair Wednesday Jesse C Lynn got second money Tim L N is laying now rails on this division The company is also preparing to make some needed Improve ments at the depot INOTICE 5 per cent penalty adder to school tax Aug 28 Settle with W H Wearen at First National Bank L R Hughes Treas Tim democratic county committe is called to meet at the court house hre at 1 oclock Monday Aug 12 county court day James F Holdam chair man FRYINO SIZED chickens are said ht scarce at 30 to 35e and It is safe to surmise that they do not the menus of hotels and boding houses very often I J LEE MURPHY is doing nicely with his livery stable at McKInney He has some swell turnouts and tho traveling public and tho homo people are them day and night WANTED To run a form on the shares where everything is famished or steady work by the month For ref erence leeJJ Wright Moreland Ky or Mack Bruce Stanford Ky Ray Ball Moreland Ky f WHAT has become of tho Law and Order League It is time it was getting ready to commence o begin to start to try to do something if it ever expects to accomplish any bood Tim catalogues for tge Porrvvillo fair Aug 14 1C 1C ace out The work which was done by the Danville Advocate Is first class an the liberal premiums found in the catalogues will attract the best horses in tho State SEVERAL thrcshcrmcn have been compelled to shut down for a while on account of the scarcity of hands They can not be secured for IdVo or money What the trouble is wq do not know but suspect that genirral cussedness plays a big part I BLUE GRASS FARM FOR SALE Fino farms througho t Central Kentucky for sale ranging in size from 40 to 700 acres From S30 to 100 per aero in price Write us for list or description Hughes Swinebroad Real Estate Dealers Lan sterr Ky NOT OUR CLAREN EThe Courier Journal says that Clarence Coloman and Miss Rose Hubert married in Lou Isvillo Monday Th fis not Mr Clar ence Coleman who written for this paper from every country on the globe lie already has a w fo and a good look ing one at that ROWLAND Thomas left Saturday for her homo nt Lebanon Junction Mrs Paulino flames who has been visiting her granddaughter Mrs E L Mays in Casey has returned home Mitel Edna Holly of Mt Vernon is spending a few weeks with her grandmother Mrs Lizzie Carter Mrs Ada Magruder has returned to Lebanon Junctiop after a visit to rela tives here Mr and Mrs W W Carter and sons have returned home after a pleasant visit to relatives at Lexington and Nicholafeville ON Tuesday YeaIg er a of friends at euchre nt her home on Lancaster street complimentary to her sister Mrs yoscph E Johnson of New Orleans Tho hostess home always u lospitable one was tho scene of a hap- PY throng as tho guests gathered round tho tables to spend a few short ours attho pleasing game Dainty efreshmenta wero served by Mrs Yea ger in her elegant manner after which the ladys prize was awarded to lisa Nannio Woods Engleman and tho entlemans prize to Mr Harry Tho booby was won by Mrs Johnson When the coterie of young pee plo bid good night to tho hostess it was with congratulations for the evening she had given them which willalways bo a happy memory 1 4J ITile wife of Lindsay Stephenson colored broke a needle off in her hand yesterday and Dr Carpenter had to perform a severe surgical operation to get it out AT the ice cream pergiven at Rowland for the benefit chapel to bo built there 27 There 01hewill bo another ice for the same pu pose at ters In Rowland Saturday night Fon ALEA new traction engine one separator self feeder and wim stacker Ono saw mill with 30000 fee of logs to saw at 50c per 1Ott Theo ers only reason for selling la on ac count of ill health All this machinery la comparatively new and cost about rf3000 It can be bought for a very low price See or address L R Hughes Stanford Ky l WHILE at Perryville Tuesday wejsaw our old friend and former townsman Mr J A Carpenter who is probably the busiest man in the city on the Chllplin1tHe is merchant and undertaker but notwithstanding the work he has to do quit icss for the time and spent an hour or r ort introducing us around and helping us increase the circulation of the ch ap Oct and best It Many of our realcrs will remember Mr Carpenter asJthe accommodating agent of the L here He sent our people his regards as well ab a general invitation toa tend the Perryville fair Aug 14 15 1C MATRIMONIAL Miss Edith Root the only daughter of the Secretary of State and Mrl Eli hu Root is to wed Lieut Ulys es S Grunt III U S A son of Major Gen Frederick Dent Grant and crand son of tho lato President Grant- J F H Newland son of MrO P Newland and a sturdy young farmer of the East End was married at Prcachersville Wednesday Miss Shelley H Coffey the pretty and popular daughter of MreJ Marsh Coffey of this The young cou been sweethearts a longtime and now that their fondest hopes arc realized they should very happy The INTERIOR JOURNAL join their host of friends in wishing them a long and happy married life filled with all the good things that can come their way 7Eczema For tho se suilering with eczema or other such trouble I wish to say my wife hau something of that kind and after using tho doctors remedies for some time concluded to try Chamberlains Sao and It preyed to be better than inythlng she had tried For sale by ill druggists The Democratic and Republican rep resentatives on the State Election Com mission for 1907 were named by Gov Ucckham he selecting Judge Charles R McDowell of Danville as the Dem ocratic Commissioner and the Hon D Gray Falconer of Lexington as the Republican Commissioner How to Gure Liver Trouble There are usually several ways to do a given thing but it is the aim with all of us to find the best and shortest way It is just so in the cure of disease People suffering from liver trouble imagine that all they have to do Is to take something that will physic them There Is more than that m the cure of so serious a dis order as liver trouble When that drowsy clogged up feeling comes on you go to adruz store and ask for a cent Pepsinrakenot only clean out the bowels and stimulate the liver but It will tot the blood to circulating that you feel active lIPID sod arouse the functions of the stomach so that your appetite returns and rou feel like your old sell again A simple laxative or purgative could not do thatDr Caldwelli Syrup Pepsin is net only a won derful laxative but it has tonic properties so that unlike so many other thing Instead of leaving you weak and drawn It bulldi you up and strengthens you It docs not erlpe It acts smoothly olllnir the intestines so that the passage is smooth end- utreeable It Is gentle but effective pleasant to the taste and pure In quality It Is an excellent economical Home Cure and Its results are per mnncnu It absolutely guaranteed to do what Is claimed for it constipationIrupepslaach bloated stomach flatulency dJarrbea and the dozen nnd one other Ills of the stomach liver and bowels It is tho greatest of household remedies and no family should be without It because In a family someone at any moment may need such a laxative and then you will ap predate having Dr Caldtvellf Syrup Pepsin the house FREE TEST Those wishing to try or cud wells Syrup Pepsin before IYIng can have a free sample bottle tent to their home by addressing the company This offer Is to prove tftat remedy do as we claim and Is only open to those who have never taken It send for It If you have any symptoms of stomach liver or dIsuse Gentlest yet most elleetlve laxative for children women and old folks guaranteed permanent home cure THE PUBUO VERDICT UxatM so Good and sure is DR CALOWELLS SYRUP PEPSIN This product era purity guarantee 17 WwrJngton 0 Ci PEPSIN SYRUP CO l 119 CaldweM Bldg Montlcetlo III AJiu a 0 New VeileJVelvet Ribbons Side Comb Back Combs Handkerchiefs Underwear Corsets Betides the little things that cost SO little j yot are so necessary South East Corner Main and I DepottStreets I J COMEin and let us show you our full line offDress Goods Shoes 5 and lOc Ware L Just received new Danish Cloth Pan ama Veils Collar Supporters AllI25c Silk Tissues and Lawns at 23c 25c Hose at 23c Parasols at 25 j Per Cent Off Numerous other Summer goods at a great reduction in order to make room for our Fall Goods Always i welcome a- tTRIBBLI HUGHES 1 Dry Goods Notions Shoes Phone 156 tOpera House Block Opposite Court House l STANFORD KENTUCKY r f HOI wcalher suite t Remember we Have Reduced the Prices on All Our LightWeight Suits llalliil W B Perkins Crab Orchard IKentucky il E T PENCE STANFORD KY y The Sue Bennett Memorial School 4 London Ky established eleven years Christian influences Ideal site Military training Thorough work Music and Business specialties Work provided for needy and deserving students School opens Tuesday Sept 3rd Write for catalogue Address J C LEWISIPrin London Ky s l t tYJo Wrsyv The Interior Journal Entered in the PottOffice at Stanford aIj uoondclatt malltrJ- nTBLISHBD j TODSDAYS AND TKIDAT AT 100 PER YEAR CASK When not so paid IJOO will be charged Jesse W Sweeney1 rnorsiBTon Livery Food and Solo Stable Lanoaster Ky NOTICEIAnyoneneedingaYnlonJnek Btrelcbrr can leave their Newland nt Stanford He hl one he will how you and take your order and will thesauie on short notice B T LUNSFORD NOTICE situated a tittles Houth of McKlnniiyil station on the C It It on A Mlddleburg pike on which hacks rnn t Sunday Is now open for the treatment of llheuma tutu Liver Kidney llladdernnd all Htoni neb and Dowel Troubles Rheumatism n j specialty nt reasonable rates For particu lars and terms address F 5t SIMS Pror I nIID Box 3 Hustonville Ky B D CARTER Now Livery Depot StreetPhone 96 5T NFO DKENTUCKY A S PRICESurgeon Dentist STANFORD KENTUCKY Office over McRoberts Drug Store in the Owaley Building The Fisher Hotel Spears Fisher Pror CRAB ORCHARD KENTUCKY i On Lancaster HtreeUbctween Springs and town 4 mile from Halt Huluhur Well same distance from Drown springs Hplenuld tn ble and cool comfortable rooms Irate 17 puwek INSURANCETire Accident None but the 8THONOE8T and BEST Companies Represented Lowest Possible Rates Guaranteed Lou Paying Keo ordiDnf quallod Talk with MAHONY Stanford Kentucky Residence Phone No 82 GIVE ME YOUR ORDER I CAN fLPLEASE YOU buy readymade clothing when there rWhy dllTerence In the price of ready UUI and n suit mode to your measur by an experienced tailor have a r handsome line of Hprlng A Hummer goods I can make tram a low price business suit to the fineit dress suit Overcoats Trous ers and Fancy Vests The company I rep relent Is second to none TailoriBoone Walls Successors to B D Carter Livery Feed and Sale Stable Depot Street STANFORD KY Special Attention Given Commercial Men lugs at Reasonable Rates Stock Pone In Connection Also agents for all kinds of Harvesting Machinery Gasoline and Steam Knglnes Threshing Machinery and Saw Mills It to see us before buy Also commission salesmen for all secondhand machinery J C McClary Undertaker Embalmer and Dealer In Harness Saddlery STANFORD KY Omce Phone Home Phone a JLBeazleyCo Undertakers and Embalmers Also Dealers in Fur niture MattingaRuga They willjexchange Furniture for all Kinds of Stock Give Them a Call Prices Right STANFORD KENTUCKY JL Lfh i jin j iLIfI FARMERS DEPARTMENT Embry Bros sold to J H Baughm Co 1000 bushels of wheat at 83c Wanted to buy 100 or 200 bushels of rye J D Shelby Junction City Ky FOR SALE Choice high bred Shro shire ram lambs Phone 864 E G Bickley 3t FOR SALE60 good stock ewes a little extra If you want them come to see them at once Lincoln Wells Yosemite Ky 3t W B Hill bought the Mrs Dalton farm of 40 acres near Hustonville at 26 Mr Hill sold to Emmett McCor- mack 50 acres of the McCormack homestead at 25 FOR SALEA thoroughbred Poland China boar Will weigh 350 pounds and a thoroughbred Poland China sow and five pigs all subject to register M J Murphy Kingsville Ky M J Farris sold to Simon Weihl 360 fat cattle for August September and October delivery at a handsome figure The price is private but is known to be over 26000 for the lot Advocate The Perryville Creamery is doing a fine business More than 140 pounds of Elgin butter is being made every day and sold readily at 26 cents per pound The supply does not begin to fill the de mand Advocate The Advocate says that Wm Moss of Perryville lost three fine steer from eating Paris green He was salt ing his cattle and left in his buggy a can of Paris green which was to have been used on tobacco The cattle gol Sio the Paris green and ate a large quantity before they could be driven away Thomas Erkshine of Winchester has a sow that is doing her best to bring down the price of pokers On Feb ruary 17 she presented her owner wits 13 living pigs and on June 30 with 12 more making a total of 25 piglets within less than five months She answers to the name of Carrie Nc tion and weighs about 350 pounds at two years of ageMt Sterling Ga zettef Kentucky Dates The following are the dates fixed fob holding the Kentucky fairs for 1907 at far as reported Danville July 313 days Cynthiana July 31tdays Harrodsburg Aug 64 days Lexington Aug 126 days Georgetown Aug 63 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 2i4 days Florence Aug 234 days daysIMonticello 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 common sunflower a native of Peru and Mexico is gaining favor In parts of Europe as a febrifuge In Russia where the plant is extensive cultivated for its edible seeds and Its oil fever patients sleep upon beds of sunflower leaves and a Russian physi clan experimenting upon 100 children between one month and 12 years of age has found that alcoholic extracts of the leaves and flowers cure fever as speed ily as quinine In Spain and France al so the sunflower has as satis factory as quinine in feversKansas City Journal Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy Better Than Three Doctors Three years ago we had three doctors with our little boy and every thing that they could do seemed in vain At last when all hope seemed to be gone we began using Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy and in a few hours he began to improve Today he Is as healthy a hlld as parents could wish for MIs D J Johnston Linton Miss For sale by all druggists Man to a friendI am done with doctors henceforth One of them advised me to sleep with my windows open I did so and the very next morning gold watch was gone from the bureauFliegende Blatter Regular as the Sun is an expression as old as the race NQ doubt the rising and setting of the sun Is the most regular performance In the universe unless It Is the action of the bowels when regulated with Dr Kings New Life Pills Guaranteed by Pennys Drug Store 25c By the way asked the waiter how would you like to have your teakVery much indeed replied the mild man who had been patiently waiting 20 minutesEx- Orlno Laxative Fruit Syrup Is sold nder a positive guarantee to cure mstlpatlon sick headache stomach trouble or any form of indigestion It It tails the madufacturers refund your money What more can any one do GL Penny tL u l HIGHLAND Blackberries are getting scarce Eld Carr was here to fill his appointment Saturday and Sunday The camp meeting at the reunion grounds has closed They had good attendance and considerable interest the last week of the meeting The thresher hands got to layoff a faw days on account of the rain and while Squire Adams was holding court at Kingsville On next Monday every body is invited to come and help work on the new Methodist church Come out friends and help a good cause Virgil Baugh and wife and Charlo Hall of Science Hill are visiting the families of Eph and Green Young Mis Maud Hatfield who is teaching school at Mt Xenia was at home Sunday Mr Chestnut of Grays was here Sun day visiting his sister Mrs S S Bas tin and attended the camp meeting Mrs Allic Stephens and children oC New Albany are visiting her parents Mr and Mrs J 11 Cook Wash Cool was at home Sunday from Somerset Limit of Life The most eminent medical scientists are unanimous in tho conclusion that tho generally accepted limitation of human life Is many years below thoat lalnment possible with the advanced knowledge of which the race Is no possessed The critical period that letermlnes Its duration seems to bt between 50 and 60 the proper care of the body during this decade cannot bs too strongly urged carelessness then being fatal to longevity Natures best helper after 50 Is Electric hitters tho scientific tonlo medicine that revitalizes every organ of the body Guaranteed by Penn s Drug Store r CHURCH MATTERS A big protracted meeting at MiltonI closed with the marriage of two convertsIAvenue Methodist church Somerset has resigned his pastorate and will join his wife in California They will reside in that State- Everybody Should Know says C G Hays a prominent business man of Bluff Mo that Bucklen Arnica Salvo Is the quickest and surest healing salvo over applied to a sore burn or wound or to a case of piles Ive used it and know what Im talking about Guaranteed by Pen nys Drug Store 25c My I My exclaimed the good old soul These colleges are just breeding regular criminals Whats the matter now asked her report in this paper abou a Harvard man beating all his rival with the hammer Philadelphia Press OLD KENTUCKY HOME MILLS Formerly Whites lint been thoroughly renovated and Is now In fine condition to make the best of Flour Meal Etc Custom grinding done on earl TUESDAY and KllIDAY Will grind tor the toll us formerly dive me n WII SMITH Proprietor Crab Orchard Ky TRIBBIE PENCE Undertakers and- Embalmers STANFORD KY Also Furniture of All Kinds Carpets Druggets Rugs Battings Picture Frames Shades Lace Curtains tad Wall Paper Mr B T Beazley has charge of the Undertaking Departme- ntTRIBBLE G PENCE Day Phone 28 Night 166 or 133 TRY The Frankfort State Journal The Democratic State Organ during the coming campaign It Will Keep You Posted- t will give you the latest nnd most reliable news every lay f toW P WaltonFrankfort i jt 50 Years An Agency50 The oldest in Central Kentucky Get my Hate before Insuring Nothing but firstclaw Companies Kopre seated Jesse D WearenT- he Insurance Mn Phone 2J STANFORD KY FOR SALE I A fins Lincoln county farm containing 230 acres of rich Blue Grass land This land is fiQo hemp and tobacco land made last year 83 bushels ot corn to the acre This farm has a large frame house of nine rooms halls porches cellars etc Two stock barns one new stock barn the farm is well watered with never failing springs and creek It is on a good turnpike and near town and school This is an upto date place and will be sold at a bargain If sold within the next 60 days J1 cash balance to suit purchaser For further in formation in regard to this farm write L IL Hughes or James I White Stanford Ky Cures Gapes Instantly Bardstown Ky Juno 7 1007 One drop of Bl1144 dropped down tho bill of a gaping chicken kills the worm and relieves tho chicken Instant ly When fed In the feed or water It Is the best preventive Ihavo over used WILL COOMB- SB41141 Is guaranteed by your druggist Stanford Drug Co to euro Cholera Gapes coup nail Limber neck Price 50 cents No cure no pay The Fall Term Opons TUESDA Y SEPT 307 There are TEN free Khalareuip for each Legislative Diitrict Se your County Superintendent not about yours Appointments will be made by your County Superintended on Aug 17 Saturday State certificates and Life Diplomas are award ed when earned b resident work Write for complete catalogue to tho president R N ROARK Richmond Ky Commissioners Sale I Lincoln Olreult Court J R Hiitltb admr IRI 1lalntlfTs Laura belle Delaney et nl Defendant Na- lireof Sale- Iursuatttto a Judgment of the Ilncnl Circuit Court In thw shove styled notion tht undersigned Mauler Commissioner of Iliid Court will on MONDAY AtTUUwT 18TH between nnd2 p In front of the cour house door In Htuiilcml Ky toll m puhlt outcry to thehlghet and lost bidder th- real edato hereinafter deorltwti- Sahl real estate U in Lincoln eOllllt on the waters of Hade Fork of llurk Ilreek- and Un part of the Cntli rliut IMnnwy trtul It II bounded and described nt follow negluuing at a stone and pointer In tin nrst line ot the Delaney tract 4KM tram the nrst corner u tork1IMlllkor them with std line ll to twi Mpanlsh oaks aril n white oak turner 10 said original Isurvey thence N W llli pops to ix make thence N tly H fti him lu n lilnck oak painter thence S tG K Nr polo to the beginning containing acres mon leThe sum to lw realised from this sale II 1136 with Intermit thereon nl the rnt of sir filthtorluntilleiidISS4The mad on n credit of six month and for the purchnw pries the purchaser will bw required to give Ixmd trlllllllhlatelTeet of u Judgment To furthrr m cure tire ontheOED B SAUFLKY M C L C c The State College of Kentucky Lexington Kentucky The Htnte College of Kentucky offer tine nllowlng courses namely Agricultural iucbnnlcal Knglneerlm Ilvll Engineer Ing lllnlll Knglneerlni Electrical Kit Itilleerillg Normal OlaslcaI and MClentiliocourses euclmof which ex theIlnohelorsdogrccorder u separate uoultyconalntliiK of professors iinlstuiit irofennori and numlier over W County appointees receive free tuition rlvllega of resldeuee III tiorniltorles and lights and traveling vxpenies If they niiulu ten consecutive monthi or one olleglatu yeur and mu cum sire large w11 equipped coIII lireIll nil and modern Illltnry li fully provided for III re ulrcd by longreu Graduates lit the ioveral courses of study eadlly Ilnd employment with lllwnil re mmeratlon The of nintrleu nteslsitt year was Ul Each department ins II specialist nt nl head with tile nvcvR ary number or autitnnti Hummer schools are provided for In Pedagogy Engineering Bud Instruction In Iclmce and the Llbern Arts The young women find an excellent home with board lodging In latter oil Hall which Is well with nit modern onvalllenceii Imthrooimf ball for physical ulture nt fioo Mil week All tho courses or study In the Oollego are open to young rumen upon Identical conditions hose to males The attendance upon the Normal School In connection with tine Department of Kilu atlon last year moro than doubled that of yearTltreunewbu namely ono for tha epartmentof Kducatlonono for Agrlcul umlScleucc and a Library until are to- rroceuof erection anti will tio completed any In the next y I For Catalogues methods of obtaining np regarding courses or study anti terns of IIdlllllllollUl11lly to JAR K PATTK1WON Ph n L L U Pros or 1C Kruzee UuAgtllAtxIngtoii Ky nil Term Begins Hept 12 1W7 If Great Stock Relief Sale I All Summer Goods must go hi order to mnko room for tho large stock of uptodate hall Good that i5 to como in shortly S18 and 80 Mona Suits cut to 814 48 8 1C ntul 81060 liens Suits cut to 12 08 f 1250 and 81850 Menfiutta cut to 10 08 810 Mens Suits cut to 7 is 8750 Mens Suits cut to 5 OS 85 and 050 Mona Suits cut to 0 OS Mens 84 Oxfords cut to 326 Mens 350 Oxfords cut to 208 Mali 83 Oxfords out to 2 48 4t Moils 8260 Oxfords out to 2 24 r Tho prices of Ladies Missos and Oiiildrens Oxfords cut ncoonllugly normonitor that nil our Summor Goods go and at prices according to those ilwve SAM ROBINSON STANFORD I KY Gasoline Engine Oil Harvesting Oil Cylinder Oil GasolineDiamond IIe Floor Dressing W H HIGGINS Stanford Kentucky j First National 1 BankStanford Ky1 Caoltal Stock SSOOOOi ThtilDitltntloa was originally tsUbUihtd as the Deposit nank In hill then rear aoised as the National Dank of Branford In IUS and again reorganlaed al the First National Oak of Stanford la ills having had practically an uninter rupted eilstonee tor 41 Tears It Is better supplied now with facilities for transact Icjr onslness promptly and well than unb- ltore In Its Ions honorable career Accounts of Individuals Fiduciaries and Cor poratlous Solicited Offlogrs 00IJ I HOOKER Press BT tlARNU V PMS J J McROBEUTB Ohr W D WCABENAsst Ohn h t Directors Y Reid Danville I T Harris Stanford i J Booker BUnford rK L Tanner UcKtnncr U D Klmore Stanford I II Baogbman T P Hill SIDfordtJas Robinson J II Ilaaghman J M Pettus Stanford O B Tate Stanford GEORGE FARRISSTANFORD KENTUCKY u u uu Old Dutch Cleanser Chases Dirt= = =Thats All t11 GEO D HOPPERM- ain t Street STANFORD KY c