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THE INTERIOR JOURNAL 1 I VOL XXXV STANFORD KYM TUESDAY AUGUST 6 1907 NO 45 Bobbins Answer to The Young La dy of Lexington CiUu ORCHAHD July 31A young lady evidently of great culture and re flnomcnt Bends a note which reads as follows John Randolph not the old Btatcaman that fought the duel with Clay in 1825 but no doubt a relative of his Bald in a speech at Lexington re Gently that ho had rather havebeen the author of a speech made In the Senate on tho Missouri Compromise than to have been tho Czar of all the Russlas i The lady added Who made that speech 1 She even telephoned to Mr Randolph to know of him who made tho speech and ho did not know and now the question comes to mo in my rosy bower Tho man who made that speech wasI born near Richmond Va In 1777 died In June 1862 That man settled at Lexington in 1797 and went Into a lucrative practice of law becauso of his great Influence before juries This statesman first appeared In the Lower House of Congress In 1811 and whatI was then very unprecedented was elected speaker at once That orator was In Congress during the stormy pe nod of Missouris admission Into the union Aug 11 1821 Ho appeared as the great pacificator then but the greater danger was averted in gold when California with a lap full of knocked at the door of the union for ad mission as a sovereign State Under the Omnibus hill California came Into the union as a free State Texas was to bo legally divided Into three States Utah and New Mexico were toy be organized into territories by Con gross without reffrenco to slavery Texas was to be paid 10000000 for her claims on New Mexico tho slave trade was to be abolished in tho District of Columbia and fugitive slaves were toI I bo arrested and returned to their owners t You will see the South conceded everything the North nothing Tho constitution already provided that persons held to service or labor in one State escaping Into another should bo delivered up to the party to whom such service or labor might bo due The Northern States would never obey this plain provision of the constitution and even now will not obey that other provision of tho constitution which says Fugitives from justice from one State fleeing Into another shall be delivered up on demand of the executive of the State from which he fled to be remov ed to the State having jurisdiction of crimeDo know of any recent violation of this constitutional provision tIt was tho North that had that clause Inserted In the constitution that tho slave trade- S from Africa to this country might not be prohibited until 1BOS It was Jotter son the democrat who had It abolish t ed as soon as tho limitation expired Who fought the battles and won thereat victories to gain thatC3000 miles of territory from Mexico 1 Kentucky Tennessee Texas Mississippi and the South It was the Indianians that did the fast time running at Buena Vista f and tho American army saved by JcT Davis and his 1000 Mlsslssippians In speaking of the compromise of 1820 George D Prentice of the Louis ville Journal and he was from Mas eachusetts said In 1864 Thirtyfour of the Unitedyears ago tho Congress States passed an act since known as thb Missouri Compromise Act This mis called was unsatisfactory unconstitutional and unbecause it was just It was unconstitutional because the right to legislate in regard to sla very is not conferred on Congress by tho constitution neither Is such a pow or necessary to tho exercise of any oth jer power conferred on Congress It eqwas unjust because while It made all j that territory north of KG degrees and 30 seconds absolutely free It did not do BO as to that South of that line but left Itto the will of tho people who were Its inhabitants The South has always been true to the constitution and tho union The North never and in tho war with Great Britain 181215 and In tho war with Mexico 184018 was a vile and Infamous traitor It was Ken tucky Missouri Maryland Delaware West Virginia Tennessee and the 300 000 troops that tho different Southern States furnished to tho Federal army that saved the union Webster who was no friend to slavery said Let these infernal fanatics get control of tho government and they will trample under foot tho constitution of tho Uni ted States and the laws make laws to suit themselves deluge tho country In fraternal blood and bankrupt the nation Was over prophesy more true 7 If so when where and by whom made 7 But I see no end to this endless article Tho reason the South Is so far superior to the North In valor and beauty in chivalry and virtue Is because it is set I ftiedby a different and superior raco of people But now dear lady to answer your question as to who made tho speech to which Mr John Randolph re ferred in his recent speech at Lexing ton Mr Clay had retired to private life but was called back to the Senate in 1848 and made that great speech to pacify the raging storm between the warring sections In 1850 on tho admis lion of California when the South was In favor of extending the Missouri Compromise line of 36 degrees 30 seconds the Pacific ocean Let the newspa pers throughout tho country copy this bit of history for the present generation and let the American youth when asked who commenced the war an swer Old John Brown in October 1853 FONTAINE Fox Bonntrr MATRIMONIAL Miss Amanda Price and Marion Carpenter of Danville were quietly married by Rev W F Vaughan at his res Idenco here Cam Scars and Miss Grace Gooch daughter of W R Gooch formerly of this county eloped to Tennessee and were married The contracting parties live at Somerset Mr and Mrs George RoBards an nounce tho marriage of their daughter Louise Neild RoBards to Mr William Daniel Gardner of Chicago III on September 4th Harrodsburg Demo cratMr and Mrs Paul Everett Bell of Harrodsburg announce tho engagement of their niece Miss Judith Anne Cluke to Henry Tilden Hill of Nash ville Tenn The marriage will be celebrated on October 10 at the home of Mr and Mrs Bell Bro Wyatt Montgomery assisted by Brother J Q Montgomery has recently closed a most successful meeting at McCormacks Twentysix were added to tho church 20 by confession and six by membership Bro Allen Royalty led in singing In every respect the meeting was a good one the large au dlenco and good attention showing the earnestness of tho people McCoy macks is an old congregation and many have obeyed the gospel there C Mr W II Mueller tho uptodate jeweler and Mrs Bcttio Campbell sur prised their friends hero by going to Lexington Thursday and having the mat rimonial knot tied Rev J IL Savage performed tho ceremony and after spending a few hours in that city Mr and Mrs Mueller returned to their home here and made their friends aware of what had been done Tho courtship Mr Mueller informs us covered a period of six or eight months but few if any of our people were aware of the fact that there was anything between the two As stated above the groom is a success ful jeweler and besides he is a clever gentleman and a fine business man Ills bride Is a handsome popular and excellent woman and Mr M is to be congratulated on winning her heart and hand They will make their home at Mrs Muellers cottage on Lancaster street where the good wishes of their many friends will always be with them HAD AN AWFUL TIME But Chamberlains Colic Chol era and Diarrhoea Remedy Cured Him IIt is with pleasure that I give you this unsolicited testimonial About a year ago when I had a severe case 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 for the use of Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy I could not have possibly lived but a tow hours longer but thanks to this remedy I am now strong and well I have written tho ubovo through simple gratitude and I shall always speak a good word for this remedy Sam II Gwin Concord Ga For sale by all druggists After examining 424 vcntrcmcn a jury was secured to try Robert Rocker colored for tho murder of D New ton Veal Rocker waived arraignment and pleaded not guilty Tho Common wealth made its preliminary statement to the jury Saturday but the defend ants attorneys reserved the right to make their statement later The jury selected is as follows C F Brower E P Perry W B Bowman J S Carpenter L F Huffman Thomas Noon Leonard Tingle W H Clay S A Glass James McCormick W S Craig and J B Grimes A Hungarian peasant at Heusandoo charged with murdering his eighteen yearold daughter admitted tho crime but pleaded that she was so ugly he had no chance of getting her married rho jury decided that this plea es tablished extenuating circumstances and brought in a verdict of manslaughter Tho court accepted this and sentenced the prisoner to three years im prisonment Ever wake up in tho morning with tho AOSO stuffed up and dry Thats catarrh A 8100 outfit of Hyo mol will euro you Money back if it falls lOtL Penny 10 will have a fair the week r w u NEWS NOTES Richard James Meade fourth Earl of Clan William is dead at London Dan 0 Gober has sold the Bullltt Pioneer to John L Sneed who will con duct it in the future Three women were killed and two persons were Injured when a suburban trolley car struck an automobile at Jackson Mich Robert Peary Is ready for his dash to tho North Pole and will start as soon as the boilers In the Roosevelt are re paired and In condition Booker T Washington was tho central figure of attraction at the cele bration of Negro Industrial day at the Jamestown Exposition After years of litigation the estate of Alva Bradley valued at about 5 000000 has been divided equally among each of ten heirs at Cleveland Tho license of the Southern railway to do business in tho State of Alabama has been revoked by action of Secretary of Stato Frank N Julian A man unknown to tho police has killed three women in New York by choking them to death with ribbons and then mutilating the bodies Martin W Littleton of Brooklyn has been selected by Harry K Thaw to conduct Thaws next trial on the charge of killing Stanford White There is so much crime in New York after dark that it probably will estab lish four night courts instead of the ono which is to be formally opened in Jotter son Market More than 1000 persons were killed last year in the coal mines of Pennsyl vania according to tho annual report just issued by James Roderick chief of the department of mines The Northwest will suffer a moro se vere coal famine during the coming winter than the recordbreaking one last year which cost so many lives ac cording to big coal shippers Robert Stubbs for years butler in tho home of Levi P Morton has re tired from his position with a fortune of 100000 and has returned to Eng land his native country to live The Pere Marquette railroad will ac cept the new twocent rate Imposed by a recent Michigan law although be lieving that it is not profitable to op Brat trains under the reduced rate Henry Watterson has adceptcd an invitation to deliver an address on the opening day of tho Bluegrass fair at Lexington Monday August 11 Gov John A Johnson of Minnesota has also been invited to speak William S Taylor has declined R B Franklins offer of immunity from arrest provided he comes to Kentucky to testify in the Powers trial Taylor said his testimony would be of a nega tive nature only and of no value to the defense The attorneys and witnesses in the case left Georgetown for their j homes not anticipating a trial in the near future Nearly every small city In Central Kentucky Is to be connected with Lex ington by trolley according to the plans of a new company formed at Lex ington by the consolidation of tho two traction companies now operating lines outside of Lexington The capital stock of the new company is 450000 and the lines will reach as far south as Danville and Harrodsburg Attorneys for tho prosecution have found several decisions of the Ken tucky Court of Appeals and tho courts of other States sustaining their contention that Judge James Hargis was not necessarily in jeopardy because the jury was sworn at the Sandy Hook trial before the prosecutions officers with drew from the case They believe that when the case is tried before the Court of Appeals a new trial will be ordered and that the Breathitt leader will face a jury on the charge of conspiracy to murder Dr Cox Remedy for Diarrhoea Never Known to Fall I want to say a taw words for Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy I havo used this preparation in my family for the past live years and have recommended Itto a number of people in York county and have never know it to fall to effect a cure in any instance 1 feel that I can not say too much for tho best remedy of the kind in tho world S Jeinlson Spring Grove York County Pa This remedy is for sale by all druggists All trainmen on the Colorado and Southern railway who belong to the brotherhood have been called out on a strike on account of the failure to set tle the strike of the Denver switchmen which has been in grogress for two weeks The railway has appealed to tho Government to intervene I Warning If you havo kidney and bladder trouble and do not use Foloya Kidney Cure you will have only yoursolf to blame for results as It positively cures all forms of kidney and bladder disuses G L Penny r IN NEIGHBORING COUNTIES The wife of Judge A D Ford oC Lancaster is dead The graded school proposition won at Russellville by 65 majority Silas Mitchell of Berea was badly hurt by trying to board a moving train atRichmondMiss Hansel daughter of- T Z Hansel of Rockcastle is dead oC typhoid fever Thomas Addison Edmonds a prom nent young man of Lebanon died that place of typhoid fever atI L D Denham a prominent of Williamsburg is dead His deathI was caused by blood poison resulting from a carbumleIThe Monticello Fair hangs out 1351 on trotting pacing and running races The Fair opens September 10th The brick work was begun upon tho 16000 addition to the Laurel Seminar building which is now owned and used by the London Graded Schools Sam Richardson shot and killed his brother Jim at Middlesboro The weapon used was a double barrelet shotgun Jealousy is said to be the cause of the deed Former Governor J Proctor Knott one of the most beloved Governors who- eVer presided the destinies of Kentucky has made a present of his historic old home Lea Rigg located on the out skirts of Lebanon to the Central Kentucky Chautauqua Association One building was destroyed and sev eral others damaged by an explosion from an unknown cause in Colyei Bros general store at Richmond Mrs W F Powers was rescued from the building in an unconscious condition The loss is estimated at 15000 A Lancaster special says In the Police Court hero Ben Gwinn was fined 50 for impersonating an officer He got confused on information given him by a lawyer about the settlement of a claim and arrested a man named Smith who secured the warrant causing Gwinn to be fined- The will of L V Leavell president of the Citizens Bank was made public Saturday He left 70000 to the Lan caster graded school and the remainder of his estate was given to relatives Mrs Doty wife of Capt J A Doty County Clerk was given 5000 Louis Walker lawyer and politician who is a nephew of the dead financier was also well remembered says a Lancostei dispatch Tho most voluminous deed ever offer ed for record In this county Is now be ing recorded by County Clerk Ira J Davidson says a London dispatch It contains over 15000 words and is a deed to 15600 acres of land in the southeastern part of Laurel county which is being sold by Col R L Ewe and wife and their daughter Mrs J D Smith Much of tho land is valuable for coal and timber Of course Taylor will not return to Kentucky It was not necessary for him to say so A guilty conscienc like his lashes him too severely to believe in any kind of offers of im munity from arrest The fugitive from justice Is as close to Kentucky as he will get till a governor is elected in Indiana who regards the sacredness of an oathFrankfort Journal For an Impaired Appetite- To Improve the appetito and streng then the digestion try a few doses of Chamberlains Stomach and Live Tablets Mr J H Seitz of Detroit Mich says They restored my appetite when Impaired relieved mo of a bloated feeling and caused u pleas ant and satisfactory movement of the bowels Price 25 cents Samples free by all druggists Henry Kilgore Is dying from a pistol wound City Marshal Will Ranson Is shot through the leg John Wadsworth Is shot through the body and Pog Wadsworths shoulder is shattered as tho result of a shooting affray in the streets of Eufaula I T when the Marshal attempted to quiet a quarrel between tho three other men 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 Oakdalo Indlilt was so severe that I could not move part of thotlmo I consulted the very best medical skillavail able but could get no relief until Fo leys Kidney Cure was recommended to mo It has been a Godsend to me1 G L Penny It is said that bees must take the nectar from 62000 clover blossoms to make one pound of honey This means that they must make 2756000 trips from the hive to tho flowers And when the price of honey is taken Into consideration it will readily bo seen that the prico of bee labor is too cheap Mr and Mrs Walter Carpenter of Richmond Ind will celebrate their diamond wedding if they live until the Spring of 1909 He is 97 and she 95 I S V C O Route 1600 i ROUNDTRIP i BEST OF THE SEASON ATLANTicCITY II Cape JTIIUnSDAYFifteen Days Limit i Stopover at Philadelphia Baltimore and Washington on return trip ti- withinfinallilllit Through Day Coaches and Sleepers to Atlantic City without change For full iuformntiouaml erntion address 11 GEO W BARNEY D P A Lexington Ky I WantedFarmsIf you have a Farm or any kind of property you want to sell or an account or note you want collected write to us at once We refer you to any bank in Somerset as to our reliability Address Somerset Real Estate Agency Somerset Ky r ATTEND THE GREAT i Casey county Fair I At Liberty AUG 28 29 30 Liberal premiums on all kinds of Stock t C H BARTLE JASON WESLEY President Secretary u the Lincoln County national Bank Of Stanford KentucRy Capital 5000000 Surplus 2600000 Undivided Profits 500000 S H SHANKS PRESIDENT W M BRIGHT CASHIER J B PAXTON VICEPRESIDENT W O WALKER ASSISTANT CASHIER l J W ROCHESTER BOOKKEEPER DIREOTORS J B Owsley Stanford S H Shanks Stanford Geo W Carter Stanford John B Foster Stanford W H Shanks Stanford W O Walker Stanford J B Paxton Stanford W H Traylor Gilberts Creek n L Hubble Lancaster II Cummins Preachersville L GlGooch Waynesburg Ky i s4VIE IComfort economy and durability are all included in hot water heating I heated my house last winter 5 rooms and bath room with 815 worth of coal No ashes no coal no kindling in your rooms Tho 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 pj IFoorW B McRoberts DRUGGIST STANFORD PERSONAL supervision given to all Prescriptions oompounded IwiMYYe a Cr t The Interior Journal L c WALTON J T ROBERTS It it candidate for Magistrate in the Crab Orchard MngUterlnl iMitrlct subject to tho action of the democratic party JOHN J MOSER Ii n candidate for Jailer ot Lincoln count subject to the action of the Utmiocrnl party L M BRUCE Is a cAndidate for Jnller of Lincoln count subject to the nctlon of the llemocrntlo party JAMES C HAYS lificnmllclntp for Jnller of Lincoln count a subject to the action of the Democrat c D C ALLEN Ii n candidate for Assessor of Lincoln cou ty tubject to the nctlon of the Democrat party Democratic Ticket For U S Senator f C W Deck hamFor GovernorS W Hager For Attorney GeneralJohn K HendrIcksFor Superintendent of Schools M0 Winfrey For Commissioner of Agriculture J W Newman For Lieutenant Governor Sout TrimbleFor H M Bosworth For Secretary of State Hubei VreelandFor Ruby Laffoon f For Clerk of Court of Appeals John B Chenault For Representative of Lincoln coun tyW H Shanks Gov JOSEPH F JOHNSON who wil succeed the lamented Pettus in the Uni ted States Senate from Alabama is a worthy successor of that distinguished statesman He is a man of high char acter of stainless honor and distinguished ability Ho is a man of fine presence and an excellent speaker and is well equipped for the duties of Sena tor Gov Johnson is a native ofNortl Carolina He served in the Confeder ate army through the entire war and was wounded four times He was governor of Alabama from 1896 to 1900 The honor of the State will be upheli and the credit of the South sustained IT will be good news to hungry Republican voters that the Nations Committee has promised to send a larger barrel of money for the cam paign this fall than ever before It is claimed that the committee regard the result as very important and professes to believe that there is a chance t elect a United States Senator II ia hoped that it will continue to think so and send all the money it can here It will help the Democrats in their business THERE are to be 600 speakers and 2X simultaneous Democratic meetings in 200 towns in Pennsylvania to promulgate the doctrine Thou Shal not Steal with special reference to the grafting at the new Capitol The SX speakers will tell of the graft that accompanied the erection of the new Capitol when the cost was stretched from 4000000 to 13000000 and the slogan will be Keep a Democrat in the State Treasury Time official count will be required in Mississippi to settle the race between John Sharp Williams and Gov James K Vardaman for the nomination for United States Senator Each of the can didates still claims a victory but it looks like the chances favor Williams the difference between them Vrill be only a few votes when the final de cision is made by the State Committee on August 8 SENATOR CARMACK of Tennessee says he does not want to be VicePresi dent The duties of the office are sim ply to look solemn and draw the salary I would rather be q Justice of the Peace or a School Commissioner and have something to do he says REV W 0 BRADLEY former governor of Kentucky preached at a Negro Methodist church in Louisville Sunday His text was Civic Righteousness POLITICAL Virgil McKnight was nominated for Representative by the democrats of Mason county The Republican County Committee of Garrard has called a meeting for Au gust 8 to nominate a candidate for s State Representative Some of Secretary Tafts political ad visers are urging him to resign from the Cabinet this winter and try for the nomination on his own hook Gov Swanson of Virginia is ready to call the General Assembly in special session to amend the Constitution in reference to fixing railroad rate chargesJoseph F Johnson was nominated in joint caucus of the Democrats of the two Alabama houses composing all but two of the entire membership of the Legislature to succeed Senator Pettus i in the United States Senate his time to run to 1915 Li p The Georgia House Committee onI Constitutional Amendments decided to report favorably the Senate bill on Negro disfranchisement The bill Is likely to come begore the House for final action late this week Every State in the Union will at a comparatively early date be free from the legalized liquor traffic says Charles R Jones chairman of the National Prohibition Committee Here and There Josh Jones sold to T W Jones about 100 90pound Southdowns for 1000 Argentina has 245000000 acres or unoccupied land which is suitable for cattle grazing The Womens Christian Temperance Union of Cincinnati has started a fightI against Coca Cola Fire destroyed the barn of the Louisville Railway Company and horses and mules perished- J 2SI F Allen of Adair county and Miss Agnes Evans of Newport were madcjonc at Williams town Parisians ate 40000 horses last yea The horsemeat consumption has creased owing to the scarcity of beef Edwin Gratz of Danville and Miss Florence Sanders of Burgin were married at Harrodsburg by Rev J M RoddyM Martain of Gracev who had been sworn in as deputy marshal was shot and killed at that place by Duk Lewis a Negro It is expected that Gov Beckhar will today t Tuesday appoint a specie Fudge to preside in the trial of Cale Powers who is charged with conspirac in the assassination of Gov Willlar joebel As the result of a family quarrel ove the trespassing of some chickens Mrs Sallie Reynolds of Lexington was arrested this morning charged with attempting to shoot Mrs Nannie Downing with a shotgun Caleb Powers issued a statement in vhich he criticises Judge Robbins lecision vacating the bench He says fudge Robbins violated the law as laid town by himself in permitting the Commonwealth to controvert his affidavit Several affidavits of persons who say hey saw Judge Robbins enter the jury oom are also made public by Powers At Bordeaux France a racing automobile competing in the Criterion cup ollided in a dust cloud with a touring car resulting in the death of five men and the fatal injury of two others U Middletown N Y a machine turned turtle in a ditch killed two persons atally injured another and hurt three children A trolley car at Atlantic City ollided with an automobile and Mrs Charles H Law was killed Her husband and the chauffeur were painfully njured The enormous profits of the Standan Oil Company form the basis of a long eport by Herbert Knox Smith to resident Roosevelt The report give the results of an elaborate investigation of prices and profits of the oil industry Jr Smith computes that in 24 years he Standard Oil Company has made 790000000 on an investment of 75 00000 He charges that the company has resorted to unfair means of competition and has used its power to force prices up He denies that the Standard has in any manner benefited the consumer and asserts that under free ompetition the price would be much lower Endorsed By The County The most popular remedy in Otse o County and the best friend of my family writes Wm M Dletz editor and publisher of the Otsego Journal llbertsville N Y is Dr Kings New Discovery It has proved to bean infallible cure for couhs undcolds making short work of the worst of tbem We always keep a bottle In tbe- house I believe it to be the most valuable prescription known for Lung- id Throat diseases Guaranteed to never disappoint the taker by Pennys Drug Store Price 50c and i1 Trial bottle free Judge Landis in the United States District Court imposed a fine upon- tha Standard Oil Company of Indiana of 29240000 the maximum amount upon each one of the 1462 counts of the indictment on which that company was recently convicted of re bating Everybody Should Know says C G Hays a prominent business mnn of Bluff MoIIthat Bucklens Arnica Salve is the quickest and sur es t healing salve ever applied to sore burn or wound or to a case of piles Ive used it and know what Im tnlklng about Guaranteed by Peo- nys Drug Store 25c Three young men one a son of Gage E Tarbell formerly vice president of- the Equitable Life Assurance Society were seriously Injured Inan automobile accident at New York when their achine was hurled into a pillar of the elevated railroad in a collision with a trolley car- Orino Laxative Fruit Syrup is sold under a positive guarantee to cure constipation sick headache stomach trouble or any form of indigestion If it falls the madufacturers refund your money What more can any one do G L Penny CHURCH MATTERS comCortIerected in the Public Square unde which tho revival meetings begun 6t the skating rink a few days ago will be continued These meetings will contin ue for some time as long as the publi interest is kept up under the director ship of Rev Hamm of Bowling Green Somerset Journal It is bystudents of affairs In the Far East that tho real reason for sending the American battleship flee to the Pacific has nothing to do wit Japan but that trouble is expected when the Dowager Empress of China dies She is now reported to be in Ill health Forty persons were drowned like rats in a trap when a passenger train jumped the track and plunged off a bridge into the river Loire in France Not 0 person escaped from the submerged car although the top was blown off by the compressed air when tho car sank Hay Fever ana Summer Colds Victims of hay fever will experience great benefit by taking Foleys Honey and Tar as it stops dllllcult breathing immediately and heals the inflamed air passages and even if it should fall to cure you it will give Instant re lief The genuine is in a yellow pack age G L Penny L N TIMETABLE So II HouthlI1 r M No S3 South 1280 r I- So il North till x Xost North 1i P JOS S RICE Agont Blue Grass Farm for Sale I with to sell iny farm 8i miles West of lutonville l mile trout pike and Ollrpen- tlJrl tation eondstingoflIncre of rIch clue grnu Itmp or tutacco land all In rnu This farm can fro tlUnlly divided to dvnntagenons tobnven good dwelling on neb ilrc alto nucvsmrjr outbuildings The faro luyt utmost In n equate only ono Ingle In lines There are three stock barnI good tobacco born 3 stable tenant oute good water In every Held six hilling prlngs with 3 streams running through whole tract J HTEBLK CAniBXTEU Iluatonvil- leKyPOSTED We whose nausea appear below strictly orbld hunting flitting or kind of tres tailing on our place and will prosecute olators to the full extent ot the law Fred VonOruenlgan Relehenbach Ito VonGruenlganKredK Kelchenbacb Joseph llullou AaVunnlfJ Hofmann Klmore Dnvld Htepbeni MaryHoRmann ItnuglnunuChrietlnaOmyon Jacob Jesiweln Hnm Diimeron Mrs JJ Aihiock O O lover Kred Handorf MM M rendition W L Cordlcr J Nevln Curter Ieter Halmer J II Cnmenlich DaughertyJ HpruJJ W Teak iLFMartin- MeertPaxton W G lloutt LindsaySLAlex Cooper Mrs Mary Pennies Mrs Walter Warren Mrs Mettle White Hlmpion Ilroi Tlniley Hpoonamore- P W Carter lien P Martin MK Lawrence FOR SALE I owes 6 rams goalotn 10 Poland Tina inure tlt In State uject to rlhtlJr Apply to J 1Itarnea on J F Cook Ittrut 1I0wJnUlI K- yNotice Butchers I Good refrigerator high and I feet wide for tale at a bargain Also n lot of butcher tools MAILSIIALL HKHKINCI Huttouvllle Ky BUTCHER STUFF WANTED I I want to buy butcher cattle ot all kinds for the Eaituru market Want a cnr load or so n week Ileit trice pnld J Wil liams Phono M4 Stanford Ky PARKER HAIR DALSAM Tlttnirt ar l bans lh hAlr raveNrr Inf Ow U r rp IJoolhrlandllou Inrra Mail Us a Check for What is Due this Office Fins Blue Grass Farm For Sal- 9slacres of fertile laud excellently proved o two etoq frame dw llng ruornwus stock burll nod nufrr111111 Iv of water iUuntrtl on the Coltm1 Mill turnpike XU mile trout UltumrIII In Lincoln County Kentucky fnrm on which II Inriwnter redden In his lifetime will In oHervd at private sale for a limited time The owners an nonreildentsof the State and not being able to give their personal attention to the farm have decided to It at n fair price Address all Inquiries for 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JOUETT SHOUSE Secretary Lexington Ky ReducedWe have the best the Light f est and Coolest things pos sible for comfort We are ready for you with Son Light Shirts with or without Collars at fr i 156 and 2 Low Shoes i 3 to 5 Gauze Hose 25 and 50C Long Soft 4 in HandsWin sors Ties 25 and 50 Cents Linen Straw and PanamaIHats from 50c to 650 r The New Greys and BlueCO JSerge1250 15 and 20 We 4 will have everything neces sary for your comfort f H J McROBRTSSTANFORD KENTUCKY Hodaks and oink Supplies We can supply you with films for No 1 Eastman Kodak No 1ninoram Kodak No 1 A Eastman Kodak No1 Brownie Kodak No2 Eastman Kodak No2 Brownie Kodax No 2 Bulls Eye Kodak FIcxu Kodak We also have a nice 1no of Kodaks and other supplies PENNYSi DRUG STORE Stanford Kentucky Imported Castile Soap I rb We have this Soap for convenience J Ji cut in 5 and JOc Blocks tllttttssepr LYNE BROS Crab Orchard Druggists Paris Creen When you want Paris Green do not forget that we handle the best at the lowest price J STANFORD DRUG CO J0 Turnsole RBeltsNEEDSNe Veils Velvet R- ibbonsflosicrySiile Comb OlovesBaskCombs Low Shoes We arc making great efforts to have jUst what you wnnt in the way of Handkerchiefs White Wni tinge wearing apparel for theso hot Jays Besides tho Summer fcoeclg wo tirounderwearLocos closing out we are showing just the things you need for Sunfrnor wearCorsetsEmbroideries Betides the little things that cost so little Gloves yet are so necessary Fans J SEVERANCE SON STANFORD rANFOlDKY AW C 190 c FOR a good Talcum Powder Try Col L J Rates Violet or Cashmere Bouquet for 1C cts at Pennys Drug Store IPERSONALSMRS MARGARET PiiELFs of Rich mond Is with Mrs R C locker Mns E 0 GOOCII of Crab Orchard was the Ruest of Mrs Etl Hubbanl Dn JOHN R EIKIN went to Pitt burg on professional business Saturday MRs H J McKortFKTS joined her i husband at Crab Orchard Springs Saturday Mn M F ELKIN of Lexington spent Sunday with his wife and daugh hereMR M ARNOLD the Danvlll buggy maker was hero on business Saturday MESDAMES M F ELKIN and Edwin P Moritz of Lexington are with friends here I Missus DERTIIA AND Susie LEAR ot Lancaster have born guests of Miss Bessie Ynntii Miss MATTIE MCCLARY opened her school at Prcachcrsvillo Monday with a good attendance MR J E PATRICK of Jackson A spent Sunday with tho family of Capl Thomas Richards MISSES CUARA COOPER and Mary D Kennedy are visiting Miss Edna Cam r I t h nitz in Cincinnati Mns W A TiunnLE spent severe days in Cincinnati buying goods for Tribble Hughes MRS M E SrcriiBNS and Will Heir heart returned from a visit to Lebanon relatives yesterday REV S M LoOAN of Wilmore pass ed up to MIddlesboro Saturday when ho preached Sunday Miss MATTIE ROCHESTER of Paris arrived Saturday to visit her brother Mr Welch Rochester MISSES VIRGINIA BOURNE and Polly Duane Traylor have returned from a visit to Danville friends Miss GEORGIA LEWIS returned Satur thy from Knoxville where sh taught a very successful summer school PROF J W IREUND went to Cor bin Saturday to conduct tho singing ti a revival which fa going on there J REV G W THOMPSON and wife od Bourn Garrard county took Fridays train for Gate City Va to visit old MARGARET WOODS of Somer tot was tho guest of Miss Sallle Tay i a lor Woods Sho loft yesterday for Pincvlllc Miss NANNIE KENNEDY arrived from Knoxvllle Friday to spend a month with her parents Mr and Mrs F D KennedyMRS MILTON of Rowland has been at tho bedside of her mother who has been very ill at her home at MaywoodMn 0 SCOTT came over from Paris to see his sister who has typhoid fever but who Is doing as well as could expectedMRS E GARNETT and Miss Mary L Garnett who have been with Mrs J S Rice left Friday for their homo at Cave City MR II S WHITE of Crab Orchard is working nights nt tho depot while 44Mr Fred Garnett is taking in the Exposition MISSES KATIIERINE AND NELL FLAN NAGAN of Lebanon Junction and Miss Dove Merritt of Parksvillc are visit ing Mrs J A Chappell J it MRS G A SMITH and children of Norton Va are with Mrs Frank Smith Miss Allio Gibson of tho same place is also a guest at tho Smith AND MRS J ii MATIIENY of Harrodsburg visited Mrs II J Mc Roberta and Mrs Anna D VanArsdalo on their return from Crab Orchard LUCILE CooPER of Stanford was tho guest of Mrs Pholps Cobb Miss Elizabeth Baughman of Stanford was the guest of M Iss Josephine Dunn AdvocateMiss FIDLE who has been with Mrs W S Jones for a month or more returned to Louisville Saturday Mas ter Ruby Jones accompanied her and will remain several weeks Miss IDA MAY ADAMS left Monday for Live Oak Fla going by way of Washington Mr and Mrs R L Col lier are guests at the Miller Hotel this week They have as their guota Miss 4 f Virginia Shumate a daughter of the late Nath Shumate and Miss Pearl Collier of Crab Orchard Mt Vernon Signal MR W W HAYS has been qulto sick SQUIRE W M DUDDERAR is in Louisville Mns E T PENCE attended the camp meeting at Wilmoro MR A G EASTLAND of Louisville is hero working insurance MRS J K VANARSDALE of Louis ville is visiting friends here Miss MAHEL WILLIAMS of Lexington is with Miss Mollie Walter- A J COFFEY of Denver is with his parents Mr and Mrs J Marsh Coffey MRS ANNIE DOTY and son of Mil lersburg are with Mrs J W Baug manMRS RIIODA WATERS and daughter are visiting Mrs T F Spink at Cole burg MRS J H LIVINGSTON of Qultmai Ga Is with Mrs J G Livingston In the East End Miss MARIE MAHONY left this morn ling for Walton to attend a house part of a dozen given by Miss Estcllo Hue Mil AND MRS C I DORSEY of Lot isvillo and Mrs T 0 Robinson ot New Orleans arc with Judge W L Dawson and family MESSRS CIIAS CAMPIIELL of Dow ling Green Jay Freeman of Memphis and Miss Ellen Malone of Campbell yule are guests or Miss Pearl Camp bellWE had had a pleasant call Saturdn from Mr Zan Dudderar of Louisville who with his wife has been visiting Col W Huff Dudderar and wife at Rowland MRS JOSEPH E JOHNSON who hns been the guest of her parents Mr and Mrs Goo P Bright returned to hor home Sunday at New Orleans afU a delightful stay hero of a couplo of months Mn AND MRS ERNEST WARREN lett Thursday for a two weeks visit to red ativcs In Toledo Ohio and Lincoln county Mrs Jos Ballou of Lincoln county who has been visiting her daugt tcr Mrs Ernest Warren for tho past month has returned home Middle bore News LOCALS GASOLINE at Singletons BUY your fruit jars at Singletons Cost Stanford Drug Co SOUTH BEND watches for solo at Muellers MAGIC stock and poultry food at Singletons OLD fashioned sideboard for sale Apply at this office READ Tins17CO suits now 12 15 suits now 11 1250 suits now 850 10 suits now 750 etc nt Cum mins McClary ANNIE 11yearold daughter of An drew Montgomery colored died nt Covington and was brought hero and Interred at Boncyville CHARLIE HENRY asptriedhere Sat unlay for stealing curtains from a Q i C train while it was at Moreland and was held over to circuit court TilE democratic county committee Is called to meet at the court house hero at 1 oclock Monday Aug 12 county court day James F Holdam chair man Tile Normal Executive Council has fixed Saturday Aug 17 as tho date upon which appointments are to bo made to tho E K S N S G Singleton supt MRS CLIFTON FOWLER has bought of Mr W W Hays his homo on West Main Street for 2500 She and the doctor will get possession Jan 1 It Is hoped that Mr Hays and family will secure and continue to reside hereIMR R L ELKIN tho efficient aecro ary of tho Lancaster Fair knows n good advertising medium and appro elates it In remitting for tho fair ad which appeared in this paper he wroto on tho check For value received overal times over THE Stanford Telephone Co has received orders from headquarters at fashvillc that there will bo no more night rates on telephone messages and lat day rates will apply to night ns- wen This is a raise but we presume tho people will have to stand it and not lick if they get satisfactory service BEAUTIFUL line of souvenir post cards just in Mrs W S Jones Tile C HIwlll in the lecture room df the Christian church nt 230 Wednesday afternoon JAMES HOOKER caught it to tho tunc of 20 and costs for drunkenness In Judge Tribbles court yesterday ON shortageequipment there will be no excursion over the Kentucky Central to Cincinnati next Sunday PONY FOR SALE Shetland two years old white and brown spotted well broken Price 150 A T Martin Som erset Ky TilE Ladles Aid Society of tho Presbyterian church will meet in the base ment of that church Friday afternoon at 3 oclock AT tho creamsupper given at Rowland Saturday night for the benefit of the chapel to be built there 2865 was taken in r NOTICEThere will be no mor blackberries on our place for any one after this date Aug 5 1007 Mis Hattie H Howes REAL estate agents must pay a cense It is a fine of not less than 50 nor more than 1000 to sell or offer to sell other than your own property with out a license DONT forget the C 0 excursion from Lexington to Atlantic City with stopover privileges next Thursday 16 round trip good for 15 days See ad on 1st page Tile Central Kentucky Real Estate Exchange Title Co sold to Dr E J Brown for Dr J K VanArsdale his residence hero for 3000 Dr Drown gets immediate possession PRICE AND VALUEOur cut prices mean a saving It is the relation of price to valuo that counts Profit by the opportunity we otter you to buy Summer Suits at sweeping reductions Cummins McClary BLUE GRASS FARMS FOR SALE Fine farms throughout Central Ken tucky for sale ranging in size from 40 to 700 acres From 30 to 100 per acre in price Write us for list or description Hughes Swincbroad Real Estate Dealers Lancaster Ky Tile Maccabees of Kingsville wilt give a great picnic in Dr C M Thomp sons pretty grove near that place on Saturday Aug 24 There will be a great variety of amusements and some ot tho best speakers In this section will address tho largo crowd that will be present TilE chapel started at Rowland by Mrs L M Omer is doing nicely She has raised about 250 for the building and is preparing to secure more The good people at Rowland aro as much in terested in tho work as she is and they are doing all In their power to push the good cause along MR L R HUGHES for tho Central Kentucky Real Estate Exchange Title Co sold to Jesse B Sartin the J W Perrin cottage on Lancaster avenue for 1275 Mr Sartin carries mall on rural route No1 and it will be much more convenient for him to live In town Ho will get possession in about 30 days FOR nowtraction engine ono separator self feeder and wind stacker One saw mill with 300000 feet of logs to saw at Goo per 100 The owners only reason for selling is on ac machineryIs verylowHughes Stanford Ky COPIES of the catalogue of the big Hue Grass Fair which will bo held at Lexington tho week of August 12th have been sent to this office for distribution The catalogue is considered by competent judges the most complete over Issued by a fair in Kentucky It prlzolistsplendidcarnival features Tho cover is particularly handsome having been made from a special design drawn for the flue Braes Fair bX the eminent artist Anypersonsame by applying at this office CITY TAXES DUE Your city tax is due Please call and settle same R G Jones Marshal 4t AN examination for appointment to the Normal School at Lexington Ky will be held in my office Saturday Aug 10th G Singleton supt toIroundtrip Train leaves Stanford al 615 A M Special car for white peo pie Tim Central Kentucky Real Estat Exchange Title Co has farms of 100 to acres for Bale at a bargain Write or apply for particulars and prices BETTIE CRAIG colored was given 30 days In Judge Warrens court Saturday for stealing 480 from Mattle Mont gomery colored at the A M E church several days ago TEACIIERSThe tri county teachers institute will begin at Lahcaster Sept 2nd W A Clark of Kearney Neb and F R Parks of Lexington will in struct G Singleton supt Tile premium list of the Casey Coun ty fair to be held at Liberty Aug 28 29 30 has been sent out in advance of the catalogue which will appear soon There are rings for almost every kind of stock and the premiums art unusual ly liberal A portion of the first day of the fair will bo devoted to farm pro ducts SOCIETY OF EQUITY SPEAKING Hon W A Byron of Bracken county Dep uty State Organizer of the Society or Equity will address tho people in the Interest of better prices for tobacco and other farm products at Liberty Casey county Thursday Aug 8th Kidds Store Friday Aug 9th Hus tonvillc Saturday Aug 10th Stanford Monday Aug 12th Speaking at each place at 2 P M Senator Byron is ono of tho ablest speakers in the field in behalf of tho American Society of Equity and the committee in chargeof the work asks farmers at every point to hear him and urge their neighbors the importance of attending these meetings and of for their own protectionEczema For the good of those suffering with eczema or other such trouble I wish to say my wife had something of that kind and after using the doctors remedies for some time concluded to try Chamberlains Salve and it proved to bo better than anything she had tried For sale by all druggists PUBLIC SALE I having sold my farm ntur Itowinnd Ky I will over for u1- 0HTUIUAYAUO 10th Iftff III my pvrtonnl property conulitlng of hon cows calves lion Ililokens tinning ulpleu ents Homo household goods Ac lulu at 10 oclock KUANK COHDIEH J T Chandler ou- ctCommissioners Sale I Lincoln Circuit Court Charles Held Plaintiff vi Annie Dayton ot nl and Carter Dry PlnltitllT J K Carton et HI ixtendaute Motley of Mule Iuriimnt to In the foregoing ontolldnted niKVt the undersigned Mnitor omrof the Lincoln Circuit Court will on llONoAYAUUUKTIlTIlIOOT ctweeu and 8 P X In front of the court IlUuw door In Htanford tell lit public to the highest and best bidder the tulestatowhich U hereinafter deicrllnul or touch thereof na may bu necessary to ItlIlIze the turn of tr the amount duv the arter Dry Goods Company und the further am of JlvuWUm sum plaintiff Reid IIlId the costs of the said actions towlt umkingthe entire turn necessary to- be realized from the sale IM63 The salt real estate U In Lincoln county on thu Htanford ami lluttonvlllo turnpike ml li bounded on the North by the lands of Kverctt Carton Ada Carson W u Oll- r80n1I II Carson and Jones Carson on- the Kait by the hinds of J H Murphy on- tho West by the lands of Mrs on- the Houth by the Htanford und lluntonvllle irnplke and contlnucre of land leIs however the following portion of aid lundary towlt beginning ertoMurphy und Everett nrlonlthence with Murphy line H 765 K atone fence to stake corner to Murphy thence H 0634 K tl poles to stuke corner to- IUllle thcnco N laU K It poles corner to flue thence N64f I0jole to tnkelcorner to sumo 4 IInkl to stllite ntotidpf stout ftJnlelcorller to ullle Iakecdrner to Murphy thence B K w 10111 to stake In Murphys line and corner to residue of tract from this Is taken tbenctl with Una of residue of tract BI W ItI poles ton stake near the southeast corner of the barn thence S 154 W 60 poles to u stake In the center of the O H Itnllwiiy und corner to tho residue of thence with center of railway N eS W polo Jlolel thellce W Iii poles thence- aK1J 1 t8 poles to tM beginning containing acres of The sale will bfl made on u credit of six onths and for the purchase price the p clnller will bo to give land with iproved security 1111nlllllto tho Coiur id rearing Interest at the rate of six per cent tier annum from date of sale until ll1ll- drhe bond will have the force mid effect of a ilgmentnnd to further secure the lIIent of same a lien will be retained on tbe- IlInd sold CEO B SAUFLEY M C t CC South East Corner Main and I Depot Streets f ll COMET f in and let us show you our full line off tJustIJ25cPer Cent Off I Numerous other Summer goods at a great reduction in order to make r room for our Fall Goods Always welcome atitTRIBBLE HUGHES Dry Goods Notions ShoesiPhone 156 J Opera House Block Opposite Court House t STANFORD KEN- TUCKYwwwww not weather suits Vt Remember we Have Reduced the Prices on All Our Light Weight iSUlts r WB Perkins Crab Orchard 111 Kentucky 1 The Best and The Cheapest I The Old ReIliable Old Hickory Wagon Call and See E T PENCE STANFORD KY The Sue Bennett Memorial School London Ky Established eleven years Christian influences Ideal site Military training Thorough work Music and Business specialties Work deserving students School opens Tuesday Sept 3rd Write for calalogueII Address J C LEWISPrin London Ky I r The Interior Journal Entered in the PostOffice at Stanford a tecondclatt matter t78tJ9ttIDD TUESDAYS AND riUDiv 100 PER YEAR CASH eler When not so paid UOO will be charged Jesse W Sweeney rnoraiETon Livery Food and Solo StAblo Lancaster Ky N O T I C E II Any one needing n Union Jack and Rtretchvr can leave their order with T Kewlnnd at stanford He has ono he will ibow you and tuko your order and will nil toe name on abort notice HTLUN8FOUD NOTICE of Olympian HprlngllltURtOtt n 8 0ltand on Mekinney t Mlddleburg pike on which hncke ran daily except liundRY Is now open for the treatment of Uhlullln turn Liver Kidney lllndder and nil Htoni ooh and Bowel Troubles rheumatism a specially at reasonable rates For purtlcu lars and term I address Y M SIMS Pror I RFJDBorai Hustonvllle Ky B D CARTER Now Livery Dopot Street Phono 96 STANFORD KENTUCKY A S PRICESurgeon Dentist STANFORD KENTUCKY Office over McRoberts Drug Store the Owsley Building t The FisherHotel Spears Fisher Pror CRAB ORCHARD KENTUCKY On Lancaster Htreet between Springs and town mile from Halt SUlphur Welljjnnit distance front mown Springs ble and cool comfortable rooms Kates S- 7pllr week INSURANCE fire Lightning WindStorm Life and Aeoldent None the GEST and Lowest Pos Bible KateiQuaranteed Lou Paying Ilec rdiUnequalled Talk with MAHONY Stanford Kentucky Residence Phone No St GIVE ME YOUR ORDER I CAN PLEASE YOU when there readybtaken an handsome line of Hprlng A Hummer goods I can make from a low price business suit to th flnf tt dress suit Overcoats Twos ers and Fancy Vests The company I rep resent It second to none 110 IIUPLE The Tailor Boone Walls Successors to B D Carter Livery Feed and Sale Stable Depot Street STANFORD KY Special Attention Given Commercial Men Good lugs at Kensonablo HiUv Stock Pena In Connection Alto for fill kinds of Harvesting Machinery Gasoline nnd Htenm Engines Threshing Machinery nnd Haw Mills It to see us before ou buy Also commission salesmen for ell second hnud machinery J C McClary Undertaker Embalmer and Dealer in Harness Saddlery STANFORD KY Offlce Phone Home Phone 85 JL Beazley CoI Undertakers and Embalm ers Also Dealers in Fur niture MattingeRuga They willjexchange Furniture for mil Kinds of Stock Give Them a Call Prices Right STANFORD KENTUCKY l I u FARMERS DEPARTMENT C T Bohon of Lebanon sold a five year old mare mule for 19750 W E Moss of Lancaster raised tOO bushels of bill onions on ono acre R B Wilkinson bought of a D- ILutes a lot of 700pound steers at 3ic Wanted to buy 100 or 200 bushels of rye J D Shelby Junction City Ky R B Wilkinson bought of Horace Greely Lutes a lot of to ioopound heifers at 3Jc Sam Hisle sold this week 100 two yearcattle to Louis Brandenburg or 4c Richmond Register T B Hammonds sold to Mr Robinson at the Danville fair a pair of 16 hands 3yearold mules for 400 Maj David Castleman has sold his great saddle stallion Clifton to Ma H L Ripley U S A for n fancy price FOR SALEGO good stock ewes little extra If you want them come to see them at once Lincoln Wells Yosemite Ky 3t J Carroll Baileys fine string of hors es did well at Danville taking our blue tics Mack Hughes had Mr Bailey horses In charge Waller Chenault sold his farm of 300 acres on the Otter Creek pike to Mr J W Masters for about 35 per acre Richmond Register The Agricultural Department cotton crop report shows the condition on July 25 to be 750 compared with 829 on the same date last year The South produced in 1906 poultr and eggs amounting to 159000000 the dairy products amounted to 136 000000 and fruits and vegetables 110000000 Fine Tamworth boar oneyearold weighs 300 pounds and is thin in order Magnificently bred Will sell at a bar gain in next 10 days R C White Crab Orchard lDavid Chatham sold his crop of 350 bushels of wheat to D N Cogar at 55 cents Mr Chathams crop yielded him an average of 18 bushels per acre Harrodsburg Democrat FOR SALEA thoroughbred Polan China boar Will weigh 350 pounds an a thoroughbred Poland China sow and five pigs all subject to register M J Murphy Kingsville Ky J R Beazley took one blue and three reds with his string at the Cynthian fair Roy Beazley who took five of the formers horses to the Berea fat got three blues and two reds FOR SALEA few 4months old Bert shire shoats These pigs are fullblooi ed being out ot Dora Premier 9988 and sired by Motcombe Duke III 73925 This boar weighs over 800 pounds and has taken several hundred dollars in premiums James A Bate Stanford Ky Matt Cohen of Lexington won nIl three ribbons at the Danville Fair tn the ring for saddle stallion mare or gelding of any age for which a SIC prize was offered Mr Cohen won with the famous stallion Star McDonald was second with his gelding Auto win and third with his mare Winsome Kentucky Fair Dates The following are the dates fixed fo holding the Kentucky fairs for 1907 far as reported Harrodsburg Aug 64 days Georgetown Aug G3 days Lexington Aug 126 days Perryville Aug 143 days Brodhead Aug 143 days Columbia Aug 204 days Lawrenceburg Aug 201 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 iept166 days- Shepherdsvilie Aug 204 days Shelbyville Aug 274 days Elizabethtown Aug 273 days Springfield Aug 284 days Paris Sept 3five days Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy Better Than Three Doctors Three years ago we had three doctors with our little bo and everything that thelcould do seemed In vain At last when all hope seemed to be gone we began using Chamber alas Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy and in a few hours ho began o improve Today he is as healthy a hill as parents could wish for Irs B J Johnston Linton Miss For sale by all druggists Indictments were returned in the United States District Court in Chicago against A Booth Co generally known as The Fish Trust the New Yprk Chicago and St Louis Railroad ompany and the Lehigh Valley Railroad Company charging them with of the Elkins law prohibiting ebating Regular as the Suns an expression as old as the race No 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 jy Pennys Drug Store 25c The Colored Teachers Resolve Whereas we the teachers of Lincoln county in institute assembled havin spent a week of study and research to methods of teaching etc and where as at this the closing hour of our sese slon we are enabled to realize that our labors have been productive of muc real benefit therefore be it RESOLVED that In the person of Mn L B Sneed our conductor is to be found all the essential qualifications of the true teacher and that to her echo arship her native tact and wide experI- ence is largely due the phenomenal success of these meetings BE it further resolved that as a body we tender her our sincere thanks for the earnest painstaking and Impartial discharge of all of the duties involve upon her and hereby extend to her a cordial invitation to return to us in 1003 and we unhesitatingly recommend her to county superintendents desirous of securing the best results from their in stitutesRESOLVED that in the person of Mr Garland Singleton we have a superin tendent at once conscientious earnest and true ever mindful of and awake to the best interests of the teachers and schools of our county RESOLVED that we tender Miss J A Reid our thanks for services as secretary RESOLVED that the citizens of Stan ford be and they are hereby congrat ulated for the interest manifested In the cause of education as demonstrates In their regular attendance upon out that we tender the officers of the Baptist church a vote of thanks for the use of theirchurch build in i and to Revs Caulder and Morrison we are grateful for services rendered RESOLVED that these resolutions be published in the INTERIOR JOURNAL American Baptist and The Torch Light- J F Owens Mrs Alice Haynes Frank L Stepp W D Tardif The Limit of Life Sc1enltstslarethe generally accepted limitation of human life is many years below thoat talnment pOssible with the advance knowledge of which the race Is now possessed The critical period tha determines Its duration seems to be between 50 and 60 the proper care of the body during this decade cannot be too strongly urged carelessness then being fatal to longevity Nature best helper after 50 is Electric bitter the scientific tonic medicine that revitalizes every organ of the body Guaranteed by Pennys Drug Store Japan is perhaps the only country in the world where the fashions In womens dress have not changed mate rially in 2500 years OLD KENTUCKY HOME MILLS Formerly Whites Min thoroughlyHas been not8tNl and If now In line condition to make the test of Flour Meal Etc Custom grinding done on and the toll asformelye me atrialto v U Protrletor- CnlOrcbanl Ky TRIP PENCE Undertakers and- Embalmers STANFORD KY VIso Furniture of All Kinds Carpets Druggets Rugs Mattings Picture Frames Shades Lace Curtains and Wall Paper Mr E T Beazley has charge of the Undertaking Department TRIBBLE 8 PENCE Day Phone 28 Night 166 or 133 TRY The Frankfort Stats Journal TIle Democratic State Organ during the coming campaign It Will Keep You Posted It will give you the latest mid most reliable news every day toW P1 WaltonFrankfort I 50 Years An Agency50 The oldest in Central Ken tucky Get my hates be fore Insuring Nothing but- first clans Companies Repre seated Jesse D Wearen The Insurance Mm Phone 21 STANFORD KY FOR SALE II A fine Lincoln county farm containing aye acres ol rich Blue Grass land This land is floe hemp and tobacco land made last year 85 bushels of corn to the acre This farm has a large frame house of nine rooms halls porches 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 sold within the next 60 days4 cash bal ance to suit purchaser For further in formation in regard to farm write L R Hughes or James I White Stanford Ky Cures Gapes Instantly BnrdstownJuno 7 1007 One drop of Di1141 dropped down the bill of a gaping chicken kills the worm and relieves tho chicken Instantly When fed In the feed or water It Is the best preventive have over used W1LLCOOMK- SB4114 Is guaranteed by your druggist Stanford Drug Co to cure Cholera Gapes Koup and Limber necl Price 50 cents No cure no pay The Fall Term Opens TUESDAY SEPT 307 There are TEN free scholarshii for each Legislative District Hee your County Superintendent now about yours Appointments will he mado by your County Supcrintcudcn on Aug 17 Saturday State cert ficatea and Life Diplomas are away ed when earned resident work Write for complete catalogue to the presidentR N ROARK Richmond Ky Commissioners Sale I Lincoln Circuit Court J It HUh Mdmr et II VlnlnllfT t Laura ltelle Dvluney et al l feiulllli St- iltunfunntto n Judgment or the Utuol Circuit Court In the alone styled notion tu undersigned Master CoiumlMloner ot nhl Court will oil- MONDAY AtTOUHT MTU 1W between lands tC In front or the court houwt door in Htnnfonl Ky sell nt imblt outcry to the highest anti Unt bidder the- nnl estate hereinafter ilPiiorllKd Maid renl estate U in Lincoln count on the waters of Uliule York of tuck dreek mind U a mrt of the Catherine IMInney tract JIll bounded nnd detrrllxd follow llfgliinlng nln tone nod ixilnter In tin first line of the Delaney tract ttpole Iron the nrst corner n forked tliuuei with odd Him H logy W 111lobe to twr Hpnnlsh oaks and a white Nile corner to said original I survey thence N ItH v W ton duke thrur N llt KG poles It n hlnck oak thence K nt poln to the leglnningcunundagr5neree lIIoroI or less The mm to Iw renllml from tills IIS9 with interest thereon nt the rate of six lothlxoMIt ant IxA The sole will Iw mad on a rrmllt of six months and for the purchase price the purchaser will bw rwiilnxl to give loud with good security iNiyuhle to the Comr anti bearing interest nt ptr cent from dnte of sale wall pnld nnd linvlng time force and elfe t of u Judgment Tu furtlnr teoure the onlineOED B SAUFLEY M C L C C The State College of Kentucky Lexington Kentucky The Htute College of Kentucky alien the following couriei namely Agrlculturnl erlInlfglneering seven courses Pilch of whieli extends over tour years and lends to the llnchelorgdegrre cour lsorgnnlzed under u separate acultyThe Kfiiernl faculty consisting of assistant professors sad instructors number over tUltlOIl1IlrhUogeand remain ten consecutive months or one ThulalKirntorlesnndnuuoumi lire large well modern Military Hclence la fully provided for ns roo u ml hy Congress OrlllluaLell1l the several course of study readily find employment with llliernl re numerntloiu The total of mntrlcu Intes lnit year was Each dupnrtment has specialist nt its head with the neces sary number of assistants Hunwnur schools are provided for In Pedagogy Engineering and Instruction in Hcltmce mind time l16ml Arts Time young women find nn excellent home with board lodglngj In Patterson Hall Is welt with all modern convunienctn bnthrdoms hall for physical culture at gum uer week All the courses of study In the College lire upon to young women upon Identical conditions with those applying to mails The ulon tho Normnl Holiool In connection with the iutrtment of Kdu rntlon lust year more than doubled that of em- ir1hreenwhuiidtngetnatneiyone for tha- lepartmentofEtiuentiunone Agricul tural Huloncc n Hall are In process of erection and will bu completed enrly the next collogluto year For Untl110fuesmetboosllf obtaining courses ap uf study and terms of admission apply to MS K PATTKIWON Ill P I L n Pros or DO Krazee Bur Agt I xlngton Ky Pall Term Begins Sept It IWl Great Stock Relief Sale I All Summer Qoojljj must join order to make room for the Inrgo stock ot uptotlnto Fall Goods that Is tb coino isii shortly 518 nnd 8i0 Men Suits cut to 811 48 815 mid 81050 dens Stilts cut to 12 03 81260 and 811J 50 Men Suits cut t 10 98 810 Menfl Suits cut to 7 98 v 8750 Mens Soils cut to 5 08 85 nnd JC50 Mens Suits cut to 3 08 Mews 84 Oxfords cut to 3 25 Mens 8350 Oxfords cut to 2 08 Mens 83 Oxfords cut to 248 Mens 8250 Oxfords cut to 2 24 Tho prices of Ladies Miftoi and Childrens Oxfords gut accordingly lie inomlrar that nil our Summer Goods go nnd nt prices according 16 thoeo above SAM ROBINSON STANFORD KY Gasoline Engine Oil Harvesting Oil Cylinder Oil I Gasolinefr I Diamond Floor Dressing WeH HIGGINS Stanford Kentucky First National BankStanford Kji Capital Stock fSOOOOj This tnlmaUoa wa s orlfln llT established ae the Hank Of Stanford In Illl then reorjanlted as the National Hank of Stanford n IUS and again reorgaalsed as she First National Bask of Stanford in 1111 paring bad practically an untnttr rupted existence for II It Is better now with facilities for transact and well than uningbudneulromptfy honorable career Accounts of Individuals FIduciaries and Corporations Solicited Officer J I HOOKER Prttt I T nAHRlf V 11 J1 McROBKKTS Ohs W n WEABENAsst ObrIf Directors V Reid Danville T Harris 81antordfJ Hockey K L Tanner M D Klmore Stanford 511 Baugbman Stanford T P Stanford Ju Itoblnson Ilubbl J II lUngbman Stanford J U Ptttus Stanford 0 E Tate Stanford GEORGE HI FARRISSTANFORD KENTUCKY Old Dutch Cleanser Chases Dirt= = = Thats All GEOD HO P PE RAMain Street STANFORD KY 1ll x