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The Stanford interior journal: August 1, 1911 The Stanford interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images Shelton Saufley Stanford, KY 1911 int1911080101_sn85052022 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. The Stanford interior journal: August 1, 1911 The Stanford interior journal Shelton Saufley Stanford, KY 1911 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. The STANFORb Interior Journal. VOLUME XXXVIII. NO. GO. STANFORD, LINCOLN COUNTY, KENTUCKY. TUESDAY, AUGUST I, 1911. EVERY TUESDAY M'KINNEY AND FRIDAY. r S IT-- Our place haH not been representJesse M. Alverson Becomes Editor ot ed for n lonp tlmo on account of both The Anderson News. Roadtter CUn, of your correspondents being absent Alarn or gelding a year,, nnd under 4 S40. Highland, July J 7. N'cwh has been received here that XewH wns received here Suuda, Min Anna Hooch is vUiting lut Forest filnpp, Lancaster; 2o that CoitKressnian Harvey Helm hns There was great excitement tliro'-o- Upssp il Alvprson, formerly of at Manchester, O., nnd reports she Is Thirty-On- e One of Finest Fair Exhibitions Ever Alio Coletnnn. Additions So Far at Hol- (lesimited Mike Fenny, of this city, our villape last Wednesday, tho tiy ai) )iimq junf mit 'pjojuujgi having n fln0 tlmo and wo don't doubt dam's Mill Fine Meeting Seen Anywhere Held at LanSaddle Claia It. for a rnilctsliip at West Point. Tim JOIh, when it was learned that .Miss .derson News, a weekly newspaper (lidding 4 yenra or over S30. Ends at Rowland. caster Last Week. Amler- Thcro wero ono hundred and elevcITcclive in Anna Iltitt and Will Ilniili had published lit Iiwrciicchurg, tut Mat Cohen; 2d Kilgnr Duty, appuintment becomes The price paid for it en tickets sold nt this placo Sunday Septemher, 1HI2, which will allow eloped the night before. They had Non pintnty. liieliiuond. The meeting being conducted nt Tim best fiiir nnd the, largest the cadet u enr to seiid in a pre- carried on their courtship so itiiet-l- y was t4,.ri00 lit which price the paper morning for tho excursion to High HVdilnm's .Mill Combined Clan in tlis East Knd by in jenrx was tlie verdict nny ago MU even their nenrcst friends whs n hargnin, for it is n splendid llrldg0 and all who went from hero that Htnllliin paratory school, filtinp himself lor Ituv. J. (J, Livingston is drawing nmt Frireport a good tlmo as It la n nlco business proposition. of everyone after nmriluy Mr. Lowndei; 2d Wray & the rigid cvtiuiuntioti which hu will were surpiiscd to hear of their tho day nt the Lancaster fnir. Tho Walker. They had niadi their iluii4 ilr. Alverson ts well equipped to placo to spend tho day for nn out- good crowds. Tho first week of adliave to undergo hcfoio lie can enter meeting closed Sunday with 31 Champion Clan Saddle Dred. tri'iiiPiiiJoiiB mid the well continue the paper on its present ing. ciowild were Fnele Siuii'h jirent military iicudemy. carefully and carried them out Konl tin I. either rcx to bo nhown Harry Jacobs returned a fow dnya ditions. exhibition was a big success from Mike Penny is one of thu lict with the exception of one point. The line plane. He was for ycnr.s con bnnil JUS. Servicci will continue during this hriili-to-- be friends of those 'o climbed out of the nected with the Interior 'Journal nnd ngo from a trip to Louisville, Hender every stnndpoint, known mid must popular hoys in t Sidney Dunhar; 2.1 It. S. Seu.l-de- r, week. A Sunday school was organUrn for ii year been with the big son, Ky,. anil St. Paul and Mlnneapo- of her room iinii ever the garhustling young (Iiirrtul county men MeKinnev; 'M I!u!i Tnrkineton b'tuurrij. lie is a son of ilr. nnd ized by County Chnirmnn I'. style. HjtU, Minn., twlui mtule il it go, will be glint to Saddle Claia Three Oalted Hone ilr. Ocortti' L. Pentiv nnd was iinin- - den fence, in the true romanticchurch, lirintiiig Hisplant of the Frankfort daughter, and brought his llttlo Lfer Sunday with IL Ilrynnt W. Car- ns Su News. many friends in StanAdah back to Louisville. l.nuw. Mnro or gelding nny ngo IKI.. e: for his grandfather, the lale then went to the .Methodist perintendent nnd hii wife ns secre .Mls Humblo of Somerset Is visita few yards ditaul. where she was ford will wi-- li him imicli success in All ioiuN this week lend t" Dun 1st Mri. LomiuIi'm; 2d John Sniilev Judge il. C. Siiulley. lie has inadi tary nnd treasurer. There is much ing Mrs. K. O. Uooch. Roadtter Clatt. joined liv ilr. Hiitigli, in his hujrgy. his new venture. tpiite n record for him-e- lf illc. wher popular Secretary I. it. in of that community nnd much good it Htnlllon nny ago J40. Miss Cecil Goooli, of Somerset. Mr. at the 'local high school and Thcv eiectcil to turn their horse Ilium promises In have tin" best ' 1st John Smiley; 2d Hubert Walk MILLEDGEVILLE and Mrs. M. F. Padgett of Nashville, tnthusinsin among the young folks his many lru-ntlliiliitiim out given in Little Hrilniu. are conliilent thai and drive direct to Stanford, hut er, liielnniiuil. people behind lie will input hiin-c- lt fenn., Mrs L'llzabcth Morgan of Lan- - expected to result. nohly iilout; as tliev saw some Tlu iiwnnU of the lnnt two days Harneii Clatt. Meeting at Rowland. them, thcv drove off down the piki Carl Hanson, of near this tilaee. f.cnstor, and Mr. Stephen Gooch, ot follows: nt Lancaster were h Mnrp ox gelding 3 yearn and under all hues at the iiulitury nendciny. The meeting nt Itowlnnd which that they did not tak'j bought ol .Mr. Tol Tlniberlake a farm Somerset, visited Dr. Singleton nnd at smli speed 4 j:m. Thursday's Awards. till is been in progress for tho past lime In pick nil the buggy whip tlie.v on tho Illacl; Pike for a handsomo wito last week. HIGHLAND. Second Day Mute Clat. 11 I.ognu llurke, llryanlsville; 2d 3 120. two weeks, conducted by Itev. J. J. Horse mule 2 year nml under had dropped. Tiicit scare forced nce . .Mr Will Nowoll bought of Tho A. J. Cokman, llnrrodslmru. of the Maccabec gave Dickey, assisted by Messrs. Rikisnit MUscs Lena and Knimu lli!dnbrnii'l them to go around by Ottcuhcim, Mr. Davo Kanlples two yearling calvc3 1st (Jentry, Thompson A. Diivnll, (ielillng 4 yearn and over 120. ' cream supper on the prettv .mi Lexington; -- l Mi""'. 1st Mat Cohen; 2d A. J. Coleman. of Loiilnvlllo have been tho guents of keicral mjlos out of the way, to tor K'a a end und ho alto bouiibt; lawn of Dr. Singleton, Saturday night and Insko, of Asbury Collese, closed ., Sunday night. The nttendanco wn Mnre mule - enr. nnd under .. t'. Mnro 4 yearn anil over ISO. on to Danville. Hero from .Mr. Dreasley ono yeuilng I nt and quite a nlco sum ili-- s Kiiiiiiii Meier for the past week. Stanloril, then of money Kessed to lie definitely blessed. The 1st Hitrri-- i & Woods, Stanford; 2d 1st I termini liny; 2d T. (' F.lkm. Mlsn Meier went with them an far thcv took the lirst train out, which it i:eiiiH. mo result. The McKlnney bant, .ur- Champion Clatt Mutt e Reglttered as (lentrv, Thompson & HiiviiII. good nnd at least 11 persons pro-yo- ung .Mr. lfaymond Mershon Is building Dfiinll,. where they visited Mrs. happened to he for Le.into'i. From year and nlshed the music which was enjoyed Slnl Inn, mare or gelding Horse mule, nny age IS"e, men were hospitably entera new addition to his nam, ('. I. llurrnuinanml otbern. there thcv went on to Duvnll; under $r0. 1st (leutry, Tlioiiipoii & tained ami tho people mnde n nicn Mrs. W. II. llurkg has been vlnlting by nil pre-en- t. Mr. nnd .Mrs. John Faulkner and Ind., whem Ihcy were married. They 11. Winn; 1st T. C. i:ikin; 2d A. Miss Anna M Hester & Poppies Slnnfor.l. pntnn In train ot hack liome I hur.-ila- y KOtl. Itnllih l!miirRfitl. nioruui, Mr. and Mrs. Sirewmakcr at .More- - Gentry, Misses Lucllo and Mary Dud' of feting for their benefit tho last day 3d fieorgv 11. Itoliiimoii. Mure mule nny ng 125. of the meeting. Five calted Hornet week to visit Ihclr pur-- and were heartily cuimratulatcd by l.ind. 1st OiMitry, Thompson & Diivnll; Champion Clatt or gehllng nny agu l.udlow derar of Frankfort, Miss Mary Shep Stallion, mnro A large crowd went from this place ents, Mr. A. 0. raulkner and Mr H then many tneniN. M llnrris & Wood. Cook and Mary Moore Haney ot herd 2on. COMMISSIONER'S SALE TIp 1'ridi- - - the popnlnr nnd at to High ISridgc Inst Sunday. Mr. Faulkner has returned! Hatlicld Pair milieu, nny ngo 2". Stanford, were tho guests nt the hos -t ilri Lowndiwj 2d John Smiley to Ludlow to resuinu bin work. Owned or exhibited byone Imllvliluiil .Mrs. Lizzie Hall, Mr. ikxld Itout tractive daughter of ilr. and .Mrs. lid W. M. Iluithes; 4th J. II. Murphy. or firm-- To M'. N. Ilutt. She is 18 years old, Mr. and .Airs. Robert Myers, and llro, pitablo home ot .Mr. and Mrs. Sara Case,. Circuit Court of Kentucky: n1 ilr. Tom Ilulchi-o- ii is . Owens last week. be driven to farm wngon 11. H. JIcAnlnch's Lincoln. Administrators 'its fntlior's, Mr. John I He while the groom js 21. He formerly liiinater 'Went to King's Mountain A: Diivnll; "Ut (Jentry, Tlionip-m- i Mr. John Howe or Hnrrlmnn Tenn,, and Heirs, Plaintiffs vs H. H. McAn-inch- 's Harnett Clat lived in Highland, hut is now a tir- -t with tho remains of Mr. Will Dlshon. Stallion 4 years old mill over 140. - j'ust recovering from a ion1.' -- iegc & Woods. wns the guest of Miss Catherine Mur fd llnrris Heirs Defendants. class machinist in an automobile Mr. John Moser (and eon Wnlter -t atnt)le of milieu, four or more !". Mrs. Lowndes; 2d F.dpir Doty. of typhoid fever. H virtue of a Judgement and order f.ictorv at Detroit. Mich. After went to Kuhanks Inst week to see phy Saturday night. Diivnll; Roadtter Clat( ilr. und Mrs. C. M. JVoung nro lt.t (lentry, Thompson & Harry Jacob8 tho Monument man of sale of Casey Clrcnlt Court renderMnro or gelding nny nge $t0. .Mrs. Reynolds who Ills DUtrict Confeienc,, of the manv slid goodhves, but good 2d Harris & Woods. recently erected n fine monument at ed nt the March term thereof. In tho , Ihcy left Satur ha sister sick iorIxan . -t from their friend-A. J. Coleman: 2d I. C .lame-.. ..... . been several weeks, sho tlie grave of II. IL McAnlcb tn tho abovo styled cause for the purpose of Harness Cats i. i...l..i: . ..i .siiHum-- i. ruiiri'ii ill t. Heine settling the estate of H. II. McAnlnch.. Mnro or gelding 1 year nml umlT ilr.. .i.,i,i. i.,.n ..rn,.rh..,i ,.., Tn.,.idny for Detroit, their future homo was some better nt the last report. deceased, I shall proceed to offer for 2 J 15. A mnd.cr of younu' folks tralhered a: waynesburg; .Master Cecil Yanhook returned to beautiful eemeterv ut Middlchurg sale to .ItlnK scrmmv ui a largu crowd at J,u' the highest bidder Fcrrell 1st It. K. (ttiddnrd. llnrrodsburg; "l Kl1' "'"' bis home nfter a pleasant visit with ulso one for the late Ilrlght and has (mtcry at tho residence on at public ML Uorlah last Sunday. 'V'"1 It had been the In the Waynesburg cemetery r .1 2d Wrnv & Walker. Stanford. n good rice shower, fha relatives at Maywood. It. Prpntnn, a ,... The houeo of , farm, ...e vn,. one mile i . i. HIMl itv . 1 Five Galttd Ho'ses an order for a fln0 Granlte monument Mt. Sa'em on aboutMcKlnney south of j.ftn lift" Combined Clai mile oat. wan des- Mrnndnil ta tirnnnh liv thru fhitiMi living tho .imiiiv IruMirtH nl tlim txtinilar rouplo and Mr. Hrneht Ford of Moreland went Mare or ge'dlng any age HO. to be erected in the Mldd'eburg cemC' pike, on Saturday August w'-- 'i ,..,... r .,. ,.... IW-nar- d t'" a hill; and happy lite to to McKlnney on a visit last week. troyed by fire last week. -t Mnt Cohen. Lexington; 2 1911 at the hour of ten o'clock, a 12th .. ,ctl(T. Ihw w tho mviiwi rI)otnit .Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Adams from tery lor James II. Hlgglns'.on Nearly all thu lioimelioM furnlsli. n M . . , tin "vs. Nicholas ville. I a Mr. L. K. True has been tilt' tho sick farm lying In Lincoln County, Ky., on imcivowiis 1'iUkuilU tl, 4. Hf L'llil I , Ingn wero ilentroyed and nil Ibe the waterg Plantation Claia . ,,, ntttit.... Somorset Is visiting Mr. and Mrs, list for a few days but ls able to bo bounded by of Pln0 Lick Creek and ullst church List Sunday night. Some". the Mlddleburg and Mcr were alno connumeo. .Mnre or gelding nny ngo I1S0. " ri Utrs niit in? it itiii JcfT Xewell. jieii)lo are saying they can beat the out again. Klnney Turnpike, the lands of George 1st Peyton Pnrrish. Crab Orohnrd It In not known how tliu flro ori- - i:p worth Leaguers, but the public ts tin matter uith the Michigan girls? Mrs. William Urlsera nnd children Itev. Gabbart tilled bis appointment McAnlnch, Rlckenbaur, Mllford EuI'd W. it. Hughes. Danville. to have been Invited to pnniH out next Sunday bav0 been visiting- - relatlvn3 at Wll here Sunday week and owing to sick bank and others and containing 100 'cinaled hut Miini-e- d Shetland. NOTICE OF SALE! Clai Pony acres known as tho Mack Wheat farm. irroui mice gnawing a match. Mr. night and hoc for theuibclves. r. ness of lirotbcr Znck Williams' wife Best foal mil by Mojor C 110. Also at the residence on the farm Preston carried I'JOO, Insurnnec. 1'rof, Hobluson of Huston vlllc, was MIbs f.lllinn Itoth of Ludlow Is vlslt- fchetland under 4fi Inches Lincoln Circuit Court. the protracted meeting npiwiinted for upon which tbe late II. H. McAnlnch Annie Hello Staufnid, was in,, $a0 Kaulkner Hendriek Hays, of resided at the time of his death, about August Hence. Plaintiff, vH Fontaine a pleasant cal'cr here last week. 1st nnd 2d ill"' that week lias been postponed. tin Kilcai oi ain miner, ir. n . i. i. Ijuiensler. Mrs. Charlie Johnson and gim from 1 toy den Mitchell, of Waynesburg, one mllo north of Mlddleburg. Kr.. Alum, the old child ot Fox Hubbitt Defendant. nny age In llkyes. on Mlddleburg and McKlnney pike Htnlllon mare or gelding Pursuant to a judgment rendered In Louisville are visiting Mr. (Jeoorge has been working for Harry Jacobs. on the wn- - failed t. Jordan Floyd Saturday August 12th at 1 o'clock turnout driven by bnv Itev, Codbey preached at tho Hap Vter hemenly and wife best 60 or thereabout. I will offer for sale the home on th(. night ot the above styled cause at the May Johnson. John It. .Wrigvjt. of Danville, made or girl. rtilclo ami decorations tint hero Sunday. nomc rami of said H. H. McAnlnch, the I M Ii. Sbo hail suffered so mucti term, K'll, of the aforesaid court. per rent. pnnv .10 per rent J IS ill. nnd .Mrs. Lafe Morgan made n n short visit here last week. .Mitchell llron., nro timing down with 'spinal trouble. deceased and described as follows: It wits hard to tho undersigned commissioner will on Prow It t, attended the burial ot Jame' John Mcltobcrt. Uuienster; . Ljlng In Casey county, Ky., on the stoie-nsm- i on tho MONDAY. AUH. 14, 1111. 3d Dan ('. 1th,. old Perkins Kills at Kllisburg. ghu her up but Cod needed another (lla-- s Carrier, Lauen-te- r; waters of Green HIvcr, and bounded Report of the (Toudition of Vomer at Old Waynesliurg and will jewel o'clock, I. .Mr. and .Mrs. Chcene, of Danville, by the land of Wm. Lucas ' . 'i. till Iine Fox. j to deck Millie mtinslou above m County court day. at lslio r.lkin. Lancaster; THE PEOPLES BANK. build n new dwelling and atorrooin Im ttsik little AlirfU, J. K Coffty. Jairs Rlggins, Baiand lliiu wivp'tl M., In front of tho court Louse door visited Mr. Wilkinson Sunday, St mford. ley Heirs ami ethers containing In the enilv davs llii- - wa- - the llr- -t tier (nun 111,, troubles and ttials ot In Stanford, Ky., sell at public out- Stnlllnn any age 10. Mr. and Mis. Lafe Morgan iuah0 a Doing business in the town of acres by survey. (For moro partial-Fa- r 1st Irune Fox, Stanford; 2d fleo buililiu.' put up here. It was very this fcluful world. Tn tho bereaved'"? ' ",0 "lgnest ami oebi uiuuur j.rip to Ibirltston last week. They County of Lincoln State of description of both farms referal- foflowlng described real estate III "W.-ou fair slite fid" in no. m..r!the Curtis. Stanford. nareiibt w. woul.l snv were at the church meeting and said Kentucky, at the close of business ence ls made to tbe Judgement.) go'dlng aiiyase 110 . I will first otter this farm In eight county. Ky., -- olidlv Mare or built of poplar logs and was lilt, Alma, bat rather rejoice Umt Lincoln that llro. Jeffers wll preach fo (hem on the 18th day of July 1011. mid then as a whole, acA racl "f ,aml about Tw next year. -t J. ('. Hallaid fc Uro., Danville; though over a hundred yearn old It la sbo l lit rest and waltlmr wit., nutResources: cepting that bid realizing the most to Halt!. Tht. gnuu'ratber of Mr. J. 11. (llnss Carrier. I.aiiclt' lov.'""lps from Crab Orchard. Ky.. on the Mr. Willie Harmon of 1'arKfvllle Loans & Discount '.V t $j(i,lG.i 43 tbe estnte. r.tretche.1 trmt lor ih of I,..- H.xrnegt Clatt. .. , Crab 'Perkins sold ginids Hero about 7.'i .. Orchard and Somerset road hi visiting his grandmother and moth Due from banks ; TEItMS. Both farms will bo sold 3,091 '29 Stallion 2 yrnrH anil under 5 J20. yearn ago, and It waH an old building upon a ou the North by the lands er In six ( After services by llro. Ixmg sho bounded here. Actual Ca-- h on hand ... 4,111 78 months; credit of In 12 months and lit and 2d V. it. Hughes, Dan- then. or Jaiaen Willard: on tho F.ast by the was buried at Mt. Monah Wedncs Mr. W. H. Hooch has gone to Lex Checks, cash items and ex- In IS months. For the purville. lands of James Clark, on tbe South iugton on biibiness. change for dealing .. 1,035 40 chase money, the purchasers will be ilr. J. S. Wil-o- n - quite ill of lung day afternoon. Stallion a yearn ntid under 4 !0. by tho lands ot (!. W. Guest, and on required to execute bond with good trouble. ( .Mrs. I .ale Morgan and her daughOverdrafts the same day little Gladys Nt John Smiley, l.tuingtuh 2.1 und approved security bearing six per West by tho Crab Orchard nnd ter MIsb Myrtle and also ber mother Harry Jacob- -, of McKinncy, Secured . . $0J3 22 the daughter ot Mr. and Mrs. Thomas the .Mat Cohen. cent interest from 'day of Bale and Somerset road, containing gtxty, (CO). Mrs. Armstrong are vibltlng at Ato-cl- Unsecured .. $40 61 a nlc monument In th,. Old having tbe force and effect of a Saddle Claa. Terry was buried at Mt.Moriah after vi..,.,. t...L.L w ,,, xuvtTU i Double Spnngn cemetery, for Mrs. service conducted by llro. Hubbard. Mare 4 yearn or over ISO. 063 93 Judgment. Bidders will be prepared I PrmrfV Tfirti end! nronrtr will bo to comply promptly with thene terms. .HriEht Ferroll nt the gmve df.ber Mr. Terry 1st Mr. Kiehard Tusker Lowudo .Mr. Wilbur Tucker from Parksvlllo Current expenses and formerly ot the Green 'ejW ' tat of sfx B0nth8i an(1 F. A. LAND, Master Commissioner husband. 93 27 Casey Circuit Court. Danville; 2d HiTiiiinl H.iyn. tuxes paid Itiver section but Is now living In the purcbafeer will be requited to glvo ijime over last week to bo his grand Record or High Hridge. la Runabout Clats. Ceorio C. F. MONTGOMERY, Attorney for Rel Estnte i 100 Ludlow. The parents have the sym- bond for th0 purchase price, with per mother Mrs. Jones. Mnrr or Reldlnic nn ns t0. a gueat of Mr. and Mrs. T. J. Imrlie-non- . Plaintiff. Uentdict of this place Furniture and Mr. pathy of miny friends during this sona.' security aou'roved Mfttha Com t Iliirrud-liun- ;; 'Jit I. C. Jnnie, -t NOTE Immediately following-- tbe Fixtures ... 2 200 teVere trla f mlssibner, tho same being payable to and .Mr. T..J. liencdict, of Casey counsale of the borae farm, th. underMat Cohen. a Mrs. Mvrthi Ooooh and family, ot Mtsire Fannie and Gr.icu Voung will him, bearing six per cent Interest from ty lett this week for a visit with signed as administrators ot the es Rou-tofloadtr ClaM. 72,00l 1? tate ot II. H. McAnlm-o- , will offer for Total visit relaiven in Somerset next at Columbus, Mo. bullion, marn or Reldlnn 2 yearn Danville, ar guestg of 1'eyton "mile until paid, lien re date of lth aa'o ten shares ot stuck in the Farm-er- a ,joi' under 3 years 110 Silas Susie Cbestnut was tho guest tained on the land to secure tbo pay News has been received here of U0 National Bank, ot Danville; ten LtoMUtics: Mbufat Ida and Mabel Uoocn. of of Mlau Urdce Young lajit Sunday. or Tiirklnston, Danville; 2d Uuch ment t saVrbond, and the same to illness ot Mrs. BUe McGuIfey shares, of stock in the National Bank Capital Stock pilti in, in ark tbe BUata of Louia lmv,r!et, S. T. CurtH, Stanford. Creelc. She Is the daughter ot of Huatonvllle and fifteen shares ot 'sMhh Fannirt Hatfield beg-abcr have the force and effect of a $25,000 00 stock'tn tbe Farmers Depoalt Bank o. Cash Kancy Orlylna Clase Decoration Not Uooch and furuily. tbe late Will Dlshon. at Greasy Kid' two week j nicnt. Mlddleburg. Cnii'er). $2 600 Surplus Klvts Pad set, 2 and a eon of On nan 'with only four students. Missj Tho puros of said sale U to aatls-Efll- e Mr. Dave KImples and Mrs. Wilson Undivided Mar or ctdln( any age W. T. Coulter and John weiley, ad- Arm Tadsett. aid Miss Brtba Tnomp Creelc are on tbe tick list, Ypunj: bxa' n "wk Inter uijfy a Judgment rendered tn favor of of Harris -t mlnlitraton II. it. McAnlnch, de John Smiley; 2d Mat Cohen. 18 and tie daughter of Jos Profits ....$305 99 68-- .1 hon, seed ceased. Word baa been received here ofthe Champion Cla Harno"e Ired Blue Hill with eight and Miss Zora plaintiff against tn,. defendant for lbs 2,905 99 Koal ot s birth of a fine boy to Mrs. Wl'liam either aox to be shown eph Thompson, were united In mar- Huugh nt Higlilantl with lfi. It 'sum of per cent six "Deposits on which to hand .Y Hem m4 IimMw' Urmd. rlait. Monday at KIdrsvIIIc by Kev. that these small numbers out .est from Aug. te. 1908 until paid sub-o- f Short of Middleburg. I hi lbirrr. ii Woods:- - 2d Hunh u. 14. Cannon. xroom is n Interest is Th It nut turn M to 70 mt Wnynesbara; a few nights ago to a credit of 110 paid March lf, such large districts is proof Ject t. ot Ur $4,863 00 la New Tot paid Tarkim;loti;.3d J. !.. Massey, Stan- former nnd a nice fellow, while his enough that our country schools be- inil, und tbe cosu of tnig action, es- tbe young folks arranged for a good city to MtwOlr take by won ts in- ford. brlda Is quite handsome. timated at 135. This Ju'y 10, 1911. tlmtv. They, took a lot of cow bells Deposits on which gin entirely too soon. home, m4 tm ft IM.OOO.OM Model CIM. lerest ts not Misn Klsio Singleton has been visitD. FLORKNCK. M. C. L. C. U. and went to tbe good peoples corn GKO. bread true will aavt fcart work to Stallion, mare or gelding any ago Paid .. $31,032 31 ing her aunt, Mrs. M. D. McKenxIe. at Cured by The Mtrvtt of The Ctntury, T. J. Hill. Atfy for I'lalntitf. persuade iaay ot tneoe woman tkat field to make them think cows wero to be ihown to band 20. B. B. B. Tetttd for SO Year. 35,914 34 the KletiUAc braad turmed out by Uo tn th0 field and also their Idea waa tut Mat Cohen; 2d V. M. HtiRhe-i- . Danville. Hawking-- , aplttlnf. foul, breath, 24085 baking companies day after day under Due to Ranks MUm Lena Uurleson who has been Fn Harnett Claaa. of yellow matter permanentJust to arouse tbe tired people wbo Hans. The TMfl That Hills uniform conditions la aa ImproveHtnlllon. mnro or Rcldlnc 140. ill Is much bettter. ly cured with, pure liotanlcal ingretii-nt- t. trying to rest. It waa said that Notes nnd Never mind wboaayou prU, kot were 8,000 00 ment on tb home product. To proro It we will send you a iHtMrK. Luwndiw; Jd T. C. Klktn. Mr. nnd Mrs. T. II. Singleton gave ti cortnln, farmer was about to give kt very cartful whom you blame. ot appetite, Champion Cla Roadtters Saturday night at their home. About often causes losa' debility. Idiocy nnd Edmond Oosto tbej a tew sfcots. Htnlllon, tuaro or godlnK any ngo and 'eaches to general ADMINISTRATOR'S fiALEI Total .$72,001 18 ' tlellghtlul Ico cream supper lust Insanity. It needs attention at once. If you will sum up everything you Stnte of Kentucky county of Linpresent. ; Cure It by taking Botanic Blood Balm 2d 40 were H. Hurton, -t Fine Blue Grass Farm Fof Sale! will tlnd that Mllledgevl'le ls ono. of As admlnlstator or Thomas Ferrll, coln Set- Mrs. Suslo Wilson, of Stearns, visit (B. B. O.) It Is a quick radical permamid Itli Alie Colemuii, llairod-hun;- .! I on Tuesday, August tho nicest title towns in Central Kensystem 'l, J. W. Iluskins, cashier of the deceased. nt will late residence about Mrs. Ilaydeu Mltclio'. nent euro because It rids tho on tho Stanford and Otten-hel- tucky, and everybody should be thauk Sltunted ed her sister IS. 1911, his .'Id Mat Cohen. ot tho poison germs that cause citarrh bunk, do solemnly two miles from Stnnford,, on the Lanpike !l miles from Stanford; niuned above Jobeph It. Stearns of Lstesburc wiis at thu same Utile. Blood Balm (B. B. Friday's Awards. containing l'JS ncres; 85 acres In blue fill when they have got n Itttlo town, public outcry his Mutt be Registered on a vlBlt to tfcu family of llayden B.) purifies tho blood, does nway with grass; new bouse of six rooms, hard whoro you cau find ndvico on any- Kvvciir (lint the above statement is caster ntke. sell nt Saddle Cla personal property, consisting principal every symptom ol catarrh. B. B. B. wood finish, smoko house, hen house. foal I'ill to bo shown to Mil bell. and belief, Mnro and ly ono one buggy mare, l thing. Hut if the men and hoys were a tingling Hood of warm, rich hand (limited to (Jarrard county) Sf0. 0,300 00 nt Mrs. J. (1. Singleton and daughter sends Wood uged aged mules, puro direct to tho paralyzed cellar, clstetn, tAiie door, one II hundred llko those of Wnnesburg and other trut to the best of my knowledge pair of cow, soon bo I fresh, horse, 1 Itoliiu-o- u, l Im.t .!. Ti. nnn tit r Ihi.II llarranii Mlbs Lena, went to Somerset to visit uerves, 1 l.t Oooi'-'-c Ik Poland Jersey and parts affected by catarr- Ion cburcli'snd In three hundred ynrds.l'ios tnklng cowbel8 and going to J. W. Hoskllis, Cnsh'r China sow, 1 Jorsoy heifer, 2 shonts, 2d A, H. Winn. Faint Kick. warmth and ot their daughter and ulster. Mrs. J. U hal poison, giving corn Held to arousc tho people school. The place Is Special Claif. mruiiure, ami iviicneu nousenoiu and sworn strength Just whero It Is needed, nnd routo nnd ha a telepnoneon Creotnerj ;tle in resldoncti .sy might run against on ear of meSubscribed Hoskins this to before farming utensils about i acres ot Voal olther nex by Carroll Proston Thompson In this way making n perfect lasting W. 27th day giowing corn, etc., etc. bv J. This land grow. tne tobacco wneatJtrn nlul bruUo thcr uraln9. 1011; lit 2."i; 2d BP.iion to Carroll cure or catarrli In all Its forms, Dltl'U corn and nllatfa. of J lily 1011. Sums of siu unit under casn in nana iTPiton QldTS or by exprebs, U l'KIl LAHOK Wl sell for one third down balance My commission expires .March 13,, over that amount, 'tnree mourns t Sidney Dunhar, Lincoln 2u 0. UOTTLK, with directions for homo ta suit purchaser. credit on note with jjgood security, Wiv af the World. 1012. J. P. Goode Notnry Public. II. TuekiT, I.inenln. euro. SAMl'LK SUNT FithE by writ bearing 0 per cent. Interest from date Call ur write w. r. insnon, stan- Every man has a bag hanging be- -' ing Blood Balm Co., Atlanta Ga. Des ford Llncon Co., Ky.. Route 1 Box Stallion one year andundor 2 J15. W. M. Myei, K. P. Cnipenter or sale. SAMPLE TREATMENT FREE fore him, tn which be puta his neighDirectors. C. Klkinj Jd W. M. Iluche- -. CATAHIIH IS NOT ONLY DANUKH-OU- crlbe your trouble and tree f medical ,. McCornmck. Int T A. T. NUNNELLEY, . ... ...I-U.M w bor's faults, and another behind him Ltnmett ,...(,. - .. but it causes ulcerations, death lavibo yivcii, WV liv Khllf-- .u mill Stallion, 2 years nnd under 2 120. Administrator SSI In which he stows bis own. and decay ot bonis. Rills ambition Tanner. -t Leslie UradloN, lliirrodshinv; Bauglt ut -- DANVILLE FAIR THIS WEEK 2,1 Htnlllon a yearn nnd under 4 $30. lit John Smiley; 2d Mnt Cohou. Wrny & Walker. TO WEST POINT SURPRISE THEIR FRIENDS BUYS A NEWSPAPER. Mike Penny Appointed a Cadet By Miss Annie Butt and Will Elope at Highland. Congressman Harvey Helm. TWO SPLENDID REVIVALS Jt Ii-- wed-din- jr. win-do- alli-Icli- cs s - 1 JelTor-onvilI- i- I- vvi-li- es I rar-me- jo ""; ,i. rn .w I ''""" at 1- J. 1 liam-lmrj- lur-wetd- o. -- 1 lt I j Hus-itmvi- llt pn-crat- ion I - """il r.-s- one-thir- one-thir- d one-thir- d L o it-e- n. f Cb-arl- , rela-Uve- ll (in-belt- 's jude-M'ho- ol tl 100.-wit- inter-seem- .t mm k4 Um-nhter- -' 0 1 i j Catarrh 1 ' , S -.- u 11 1 n nnrrnii 1UP SALE OF1 - CLEAN m 1 1 1 h 1nh -- : i i TO THE lNlERIOR lOIIRNAL. Established 187k For Sale 25,000 chestnut shingle, hl hand cut, Just tnnilo ho uprlnR. On- - OXFORDS .... ! We have cut the price on every OXFORD in the House. MEN'S WOMEN' AND H 91 MAKE ROOM I 6HELTON M. 8AUFLEY,... Publisher tinnier 1'rkc boiiRht SMno ixnirAi In I'nlnskl nt A renin, dellvci-rsheep at .To nt Crnb Orchard, II A YEAR STRICTLY IN ADVANCE Entered nt tho postottlce nt as second clnta mall, . -- WANTED A per head, also bour.kt 12 falrc to l U. Air. P. tin bought near SOU sheep In I'ulnskl last month. I Ron mild R COO pound heifJosh er to J. II. Willi at 4 renin noli) 4(1 lck owe n .1. M. Crma nt JJ; iold rt nuneh of lirifnr,, to Kldwell und Bowdom at 1 per head. at JS.So IS 1 - FOR - DEMOCRATIC IICKET. Jnmofl H. McCronry l.lotit. Rovornpr K. J. .McDcrmott I'or Treasurer Thou. S. Itlion. Kor Secretary of State U. F, Crere- llus. For tiovcrnor r)r W. E. Perkins, CRAB ORCHARD, KENTUCKY. TIE NEW FEQBIA--- A Success Fall Clothes - For Attomoy tionernl James (larnctL For Stnte Superintendent of Schools linrkMtlUo ilnmlett. l'o Commissioner Agriculture J. W. Now 111 an. and Introduce our Ilen'flt Certificate amonr frlvnita unit acquaintances, Munt llv lx ltnren I unit M years of k We par rash tne-n- t all or only pr tlm FOR SALE! Injurlra, accld.nta and for Kxperlence not nwMry Can death ChrHr0 rem tamlm, lrr1 Uy nn Imtralia from IMoa to 11X00 a month and up. KiiKllnli Slimitajilro lutiu. A pleasant ami hlchly profitable profes- ported Kvery member secured mtans n sion Tin'" are I lie low liulll Murky, broad Income for you every certain month thereafter Why not net Into bu.l-ne- ItHi'k, liirRO IkiiioiI fttlloUa v,hy wool for yourself NOW No capital nanl-en vcrvwIiiTt' w.inl run grow, nt Rend for particular. Com,, write or phnne. prices. DOX COVINGTON. KY. Sir t !: (I lllikley Stanford. Ky SO tf Join the minor womsn Huprom In mien locality To, Council or thin oclty Sfllo or I rutin lor live stork, on emmtrv fonil, three ., , i mi virriHinu 1 . 11. ito ..1. ,1.1111 JIH, SlWHlnnl, Ky. 002 rS-no- rt I'r tjft, lrkn. a 1 fur-mor- LA-29- c For Clerk Court of Appeals 11. I,. Grrrno. r'or ltnbro.rl Commissioner W. F. Klalr. For Circuit Judge Charles A. llnr- din. FOR REPRESENTATIVE William 11. Shanks announces, his, candidacy tor llcprrscntntlvo from Lincoln county, subject to tho notion ot tho Democratic party. Heport of Condition of OF MORELAND, AT THE NEW GEM THEATRE HIGH CLASS MOVING PICTURES OPEN EVERY ' ! success and we recommend them. Call and get circulars and become posted. form depth. The drills have proven We sold last year several New Peo ria Grain Drills to be thoroughly tested in every way. The new Disc Furrow Opener followed by a shoe enables you to deposit grain in the furrow at a unia NIGHT 2,000 Feet of New Pictures Every Night For Only 5 and 10c STANFORD, KY. The Lowest THE BANK Juy Doing ImslnoM nt .Moreland, County J f Lincoln, lalr of Kentucky, a: clue of btislnoes on tho 1Mb. iJay 01 1911. & W. H. Higgins. Stanford, Ky. You Ever Had! The quality of our No. 1 Fancy Patent Flour made from the new wheat crop, will please you. If you are not already using it, order a sack from your grocer. On sale at all grocery stores. FLOUR! J. H. Baughman & Co. STANFORD, KENTUCKY. Sam Robinson, Stanford, Ky. Blue Grass Farm For Sale Without any excuse except It Is too large a farm for one man. 1 will offer my farm of 200 acres for sole privately It Is located on the Hustonville lind MIddlehurg pike, three mtlcg from Hustonville. Thin is an ideal farm, level and productive; :i" ncrea in meadow; nliout 50 acres In blue crass; plenty of firewood and post ttmlier; dwel lnp house, tenant house, lm, a new four-roog crib and stables, 3 hen houses, spring nnd stone tvpringhottfrc, rlenty of stock water, line orchard, 50 bearing trees, well lenced. cash Price, $.ri5 per acre, six-rooover-lastinone-rourt- h RESOURCES: Dlfcounta $:,SI1 M Due from Hanks e,l?5 ul 1,1 J S'J Actual Cah on Hand (. heck?, t'anli Items and ox- 10 00 cliaii,'o for clearing ... Overd raits Secured. . . ?2T1 'J2 Unsecured IIP J 07 Itau.s Trunks Suit Cases Travelin gBags You can't go without them. 40C 19 . NE.JS v- - Current Kxpenhos and Taxes Paid. Ileal Kstnte ..SL'.till SI Furniture nnd Fixtures ..11,371 73 To4al LIABILITIES: CupiUI Stock lW in, In Cmth l,4r 41 FLY S.4A3 i7 A well SUM 5HDE:5 $40,02 St Il.l.ouo CM OS w Hurjdua I'mllMiltfd l'rofiu Ite.insit, oil ...161 iwM M a.sio : s4 iiiiiiiiiiaiiiiiBgiiHiiaiiB wkMi lHterat ::.84i Como und yourself. serthi; good R. M. TATE, barVn for R. F. D. 1, Hustonville, Ky. I p .1. o y PURE Ice Cream Soda Water. Fine Chocolate Home- made Candy. fin nrrnnnt nf mv colne awnv. I wl)l sell at public auction on JULY 22, at 1:30 P. M., one pony, buggy and harness, cow and calt, sow and nlcs. about 200 chickens, colt. corn. also corn field Just laid by. House Terms hold and kitchen furniture cash. Luke Carpenter, Hustonville, 5f-One mile on Liberty Pike 2p Small Farm For Sale L. L. Sanders, CRAB ORCHARD, KY. Thirty acres on Neal's Creek, adjacent to church and scboolbous. th.ee-roohouse and Comfortable Price reasonable part AND HANn,c , ,wP Mn bmall barn. POULTRY, ERGS, ICE, COAL, cash and balance oneasy terms. Ad' WOOL, HIDES, FURS. WILLSON, dress owner. CHS. T. SALT. LIME. GINSENG, &8S R.F.D. No. 3, Stanford, Kv, FEATHERS ETC. We to ant ProdQce nnrn H. B. Northcoit, T. K. Tudor. Mgr. PHONE 153. jih.us: 81 Total Stiitf of Konluck.v Count) of 1.1k r both dorses and driv coin 'h0 ' Set: 1, Charles A. Wilholte Cashlor of ers should bo specially- considered by sccunng a proper out- of ,ap robcs the nuote named bank, do solemnly that the above statttiiient is blankets, fly nets ncccssarl my knowledge nnd es from our complete assortment of truu to tlie best of belief. horse Koods Slorn nrn llirht. tint CHAb. A. WI1.IIOITK. strong nnd durable, single nnd double Cashier. harness, admirably suited to road pur- Subscribed nnd sworn to before mo P8e8. nlonS with a hill lino of work by Unas. .t. Wilholte this li'th day ot harness of the best quality ut flat July 1S11 My Commission expires Jan. " l'Jl I prices. G. U. I'rultt Notary Public. J. C. McCLARY, Stanford. Ky. I). 11. King, tieorge V. ilunn, T. A. King Directors. FOR SUMMER DRIVING 1 and-nther &&BZ23k t strapped, well bolted and well locked trunk any size, 32 to 38 inches $5 $6.50, $7.50 and $10. All Cowhide Leather Suit Cases, $5, $7.50, $10. Hand Bags All leather or Aligator, $3.50 to 12.50 each. This is all new, stylish first class goods and you will not be ashamed of 'tl your luggage if you buy these. T yar ? THE FARMERS For Sale Farm of Y.V1 new lioiwc, barn, .10 acres under "A I :J0 under plow, .f 1,500. I'. O. liOJ. Box 1M8, Stanford. Kv. E iicr; H. J. McRoberts. Stanford, Kentucky. Spring Suitings My now spring and summer samples are sow ready for )our inspection. They comprise the best on the market can suit anyono as to prlco who had his clothes mad,, tt order. A suit made to jour measiiio s preferable to ready mado clothes. To bae them made to measuro doesn't cost any moro than ready made when quality uiiu in in tuiiBiuriru, vuiii m nun let me take yonr nictniuro. H. C. RUPLEY, Th IVnctlcnl Tallnr FARM FOR SALE Wo will so I nt public auction in front of the court house, in Stanford, Ky. on the second Monday in September at 2 o'clock P. M., tho farm know n four nnd a half miles from Stanford en tho Hustonville pike. This farm contain one hundred and liftv acres, one hundred of which Is in tine state of cultivation. Over ono thousand dollnrs worth of locust post can bo cut from this place, also a lot of walnut lumber. A splendid .stock pond fed by n nev er fating spring. About sixty acres of this farm is es pecially adapted to tne raising of hemp and tobacco. N'ew, five room house, Just com pleted. Ono mile from church and school. Ono large tobacco barn, built Inst full, also good stock barn. Ten acres of young orchard. This th a splendid home and must bu seen to be appreciated. If no ealo Is made this farm will be rented on the same date, to tho highest bidder A. V. ItOOT. for twj year of 19U'. i.ii-l- Novelties Take a look at our Bar- rettes, Combs, Belt Pins, Bandeaux Belt Buckles, Belting, Purses, Parasols Collars, Ties, etc. Goods of quality at right prices. We have some rugs ased as carpet samples that we are offering at cost. HUGHES, MARTIN & CO. Ory Goods, Notions, Shoes Bring Your Prescriptions Here To Be Compounded When V .- - REPAIRS MADE ON - your physician lia pre scribed n medicine fur you to take, the next important step is to have that prescription placed In tho hands of a thoroughly reliable and competent pharmacist ho it will bo compounded exactly at directed. Wo have gained nn enviable reputation for always being very careful nnd painstaking In our compounding nnd feel that, In nil justice to your own cootl health, you should bringyour next prescript tion hetc. Here, too, you will find n complete und Inviting display of toilet articles, rubber goods, soaps, perfumes, toilet preparations and all standard remedies. For Interior decorating we carry and recommend ALAIUSTINE, the beautiful wall coating. Call undscubamplMol tints and ask us about It. PENNY'S DRUG STORE. Motor Cars AND ALL KINDS OF FARM FOR 3ALE! Wo ' Stanford, Ky. co. will cell privately a farm ot DAN VILE, KY, 123 N. Fourth St. 130 neros in l.tncon county, Ky., one-naroilo from Crab Orch ard, nicely loentod, mostly bottom W. S. Drye & Co. W (.! in roMtlon lc do mi klncti of tuon in H L'verv acre Work I'KVvmuuli land, very productive. and EMDALMERS, UNDERTAKERS lil nhlr nn ftbnnduiK o nt eto k air, H'iJ Inii fact, no cin mult" hii.v Mn from puuii' .ui',Hir v I've. f, nil ,rrvr t Hustonville, Ky. 'and espc tally waited t i p uirititi ta ft proiuptlr nra Ciii lid taOOd tT.-f- lt iicl ut our Telephone In Office ' r " ' ' " wo iiyou niMtf rim iuntriui cetlnunt i'i-v- i l'-- " buy your lam' irc'Ei en onco to, er a r a oiu" Iclore In 'i size. Sfw MatcVd IA(.nJv nt ' V ""r'U' druggets lace curtains. about if with the cement, lliue, etc., you got from ui. llememher taut all our build SPECIAL TOOLS TO ORDER lng materials nre mucn stronger than GOOD SERVICE AT FAIR PRICES tho ordinary und you can thereto BEST EQUIPPED uso lees than ordinary quantities. It MACHINE SHOP IN THE DLUt you llko we'll tell you Just how to GRASS. mix them to get the best results at cost. Come in and ask us. llio least DANVILLE MOTOR CELECTRC J. A ALLEN, Stenford, Ky. DON'T BE TOO GENEROUS, Machinery i CONCRETING n-tlMt-Hxu AbAstftki Stanlord, Kentucky , -- II, UJJronaugu, Agent PHILLIPS BROS., Stanford, Ky, flf, -- r"s rB' I 4M-- . -- 60-l- t .MM.. Ill . DANVILLE FAIR, Aug. 2, 3, 4. AUG. 3rd--?200Rfndster ATTEND THE GREAT AUG. 3rd 2. BIG ROADSTER RINGS EACH DAY! AUG. 4th-S20gtJ- ddle Is Lua'ysville AUG. 2, 3, 4 Arre Ai' Lincoln County Days Attractions of Every Description Will be on The Grounds. For Further .Information and Catalogues, Write . Air. Walter Tenn., i c, A HEARTY WELCOME AWAITS ALL. I. M. DUNN, B- Secretary. .Miss , W. P. GIVENS, President. to n, i(l-- 1 I - W PERSONAL and SOCIAL t'rof. Walter Hopper In the Kuest ot ficorRo Watson, In ML Vernon. Mr. Hnymond Tucker of Cincinnati , u with hi Dr. A. S. ruiitn hero I'nee lia returned from Wl to (liirrxril relative. AIUhis .Knllieriiiii and Knlle Lowin lit l.oulville nr here tho fttteeta of Dr. It. J. 1'roetor ami Mr. lTnctop. Mr. Jon llrlRlit Jr., and oalldrw Siim, KImIhHIi anil llMnlutt rwuro juita of Mr. T. K. Itamaey in r. of Sun Antonio, Alrt. !. 1'. I'n-e- j, Mri-.Texan, intlie Kiie- -t of her Iin- - iio T. lliuklev. All. leen in Slanlonl lot J'J enr. Alrx. .IhmjiIi l. JoIiumIou Iiiim re luriiiil to her liome in 1'itlNliiinr, l'n-niter it viit with relutiviwi her. Ilur uler, .Mix. Suwin Winter neeoin-jinnii-- il her n t'nr na Cineinnnti. Airs. (. II. Hnrrinou, of bnunvilltf vim him heen tlie (UKht of Mrs. Del-ti- e Nnuuelley, ha xin toWmchi'M-le- r to ViMit Mm. II. A. KhimI. AliitCiMijMr Clam nml l.yle have heen the gniwta of Minn Anjric Kinnainl nt IncMtiT. - 41 I. ' , T if 'Ur Ilanka of the tana Alo-t- of l.e.iugton, wan luire limt ueeK. Co, and Mr. Ittinkn who ar Unr Mr. .1. D. Fotmey ami Mi YMm-hit- h UlH'iHltm toiim tllim t Oral) Orchard IViiiev, ivhn li.ne heen the worn In Suinfonl a anort lUdN or Air. ami Jlr. T. A. I.V-- nt vtitto )Mt week. Hickory Hill l'.inn, Imve retiinied Jlr. S. M. Owuns haa been enter to their limne in Lexington. party bonne In in .tiff ii ilulijtiiffiil Airs. I'. K. Ktfinp nml two koiih, nt her home in tli country. Amo ol AiiuiHton, Aln., who are piieM ol' lior Runts wero MUiM Mnry Shup-her- 1 er hrother, Dr. T. W. I'enniiijitoii Cook. Alary Moor Itancy, Mnry nml family, l'riihiy in LuneiiH-le- r Keiidrick Duddemr nnl Kuril ut the fair. of till place, mnl MImci Annie AliH Alnnnicrite AleClure ami Air Lewis nntl Kittherlno Ocntry nt Frank 'Krwl AleClnre. who have lieen the fort- '(Vui'-'of Ali. Tom (looile, linve re- Mtaa Mnry llurton ot l.tniivlllc. tnriieil to their home in Cnili Oreh-r.ii- l. immiotl through tn l.wniter to beth Duwt tit Minn Katlmrliio Walters last IiM .Marion OiiiiH-nnd gnvA, At let Annie Mllliuni of till week. Miib N'irxinia Oivatta. nrx vinitiiMC jilnro wmh also vtallliir. MIimi Walter. Mih Alary Mini (livens nt .Midillc-liorandm mt nail Mtag Warn he tmmi Mfw Martin. Yarrowi. of Aehe-Vltt-o Aim. ('. I.. Iit'op tiBH rrtnrned to X. C altendml tan IJiucaater lir Bnne at Silver Creek alter n vut- rafr. .wU4r of ilt to hr mother, Air, ti. W. Heed. .1, Mm. Vlntl? Urn ami veral W. S. Itoireli i fmidinc of Dr. HhbH MMiHwrtHini M ltc4 awl Mr. ItoM nt LMIr couatry day at Crab Orrbanl Sprinic. Kev. CUarlei K. iVwiU. of lnn-vilfm AaBetrUto Mm ItjW, paaMtl thravaii here Sutaiiluy Mm-turf her nim tfcu m mate l Corbia to preiieh. Harrla Bryant ami Walton Mi. J. 0. Carpitr han heii tha with LMtwMor irtoMM lH war of her mother, Mr. M. T.r'i at Cr.ili Oreluird. ami other rBU(iwfc. Mr. ami Air". A. Yenteh, of l.ouin-v- i Vnaler. of Way. All. Theresa lie. ore the iruhl of Mr. CharleM C.Mi.. Mr. Fred JeftVra awl little rnl Mr. I'iiiI.-I- i ami family at their homo in Mary 0elw itffcter, ' WUKiim UilTe aad-H- , of the I'onntiy. DunWI. It. I. Iluteherafl. of Paris -- pent Ilttatiinrillc viited Mm. Ji'w'W Slanr Satttrilar heie in the interest of the nml fnwily lat Hi'k. Strttn I'nir to he held .11 l.ouixvillo .MUa Kathryn Murphy ami .Mimn Uuth Tan-innN'm. in Septumher. MI lliinin. 1'. H. Cnrr, (ieneral Apint of the Com Xniini'lli-- iih.I Ahiw IVIi-liin'Alt. Vit.ioii .mil Air. Will I. & N'. nt l.exinslon. wns here with of T. A. nml J. S. it lirotherx-in-l.nIhu Alurpliy, iitlonilril lij- ISiee Im-- t week. lie in Friilnv. I'nir iIoho una MorRiirt't McCor-mnc- k xnention nt (rnh Onhnnl. Mtii'H ) or IliwtonWllo jaf(l thro (leorve I). Hopper, .Ir., left .Moil, ,n routo to thr I.ncatpr fnlr. nny moiniui: for to iihsi-- t MIhj. Houii him recently lieii apKilni his hrother, Hev. Willinin Hoppr in J. sl ro pre i' ninth t of tho I. J., at n meeting the hitler - lioliliiij; there. Siindny with frie.nls in Cmh Oreli-nrnml Ih jilcanlni; everyone with Air. Hopper, who has .1 xplcmliil will leml the binirin. her JnterehtlliK nml ncwuy letters. Air. Joe Heath, of Cineinnnti, who Mrs. J. W. Acey. AIIbscs Kato and Hon. C W. Metcalf, of lMncvliio I ; has heen the Rtiest of his sister. Airs. who mm been spending homo time nt llouurtn Kadg and suet Mr"n. Mrs. W. S. Albert Severance bus returned home. Oral) Orchard Springs wtb hU family lirown of MUl Sprang Air. nnd Airs. KdwurdArAfce, of motored over to Btaniord witn u. t.. Klh, Miss Uertrndo Wilkinson, .Mrs. jjennlo Knly, Mr. J. II. Klnnninl, Mr. jrnrradhiir, have heen for severfTntu Inst week. r, K. T. SpcMinainore, of ChlcaRO, c.un0 and Ali. J. F. Cummin-- , Air. nml al days, the ;ue.ts of their dauiih-.leAirs. J. W. Ilnleheson. In InHt week for a Mult to the hoiue-folk- Air. W. II. Weuren, AIr. N'mi Wear-en- , Aliss Itrrthn Jackson has returned nnd toolt In the Lniicimter fn.. of l,emton nml otlieri were Ho In "making good' tn tho WlniTJ niuotiK Wios,, who attended tho Inn- from the Knoxvillc Summer School 'She will nxitiu have ehnr.'e of th caster nlr Uil week. City. Kxpression deparlment nt the jrrinl-p- ii nnd liijrli ehool the coining term. Dr. Clem Spaldinjr. of Louisville, bus been the piest of Air. nnd "Mr. Weill ut their summer home near town. Aliss Auielm Terke. of ilu-rWitshi uloii. D. ('., remains I'tmiiU-n- t d 11 Dml-iter- . Al. AiiHinti, iHh nxinnifn'iit mnii tr o. ft e, wt at-ta-ra n nt - -.t, -. k, LiiHi-axli- Krl-la- s e II. CurliH, i.r N!.h-iill- I Don't miH National Biscuit Com- - ' '. nii do it will pny you to wrHe the kiii'I of her moth puny', deiminstr.ntion ul Furri-m- il We Imve a Krent many dentruLIc 2 Mr. All's. W. II. Cuitis. Snlurdnv farms of fertile productive soil, lo Jurti-- t will join his wife here in n I will In cated through Central nml North-CcHAIL For 5L50 per acre .Ml. Itetliu Alooi-- in the a"'""' "f low ilnyi foi his summer ucnlion. suie your tobacco against lots or trnl Kentucky; In slzei, from the smallest to the lurRest, with correp' nd AIin. Itohert C. Smilley mid little her ihiiiRhlcr, Mw, Hooker Wllkin-o- u damage by hail. You should have It. Inr prices, (lood pikes, splendid schools, desirable neighbor, eonven rnt on, of. I'.irker, Arir.oiiu, nre jtuesi. in I.HiicnNlur. R. M. Newland, Agent. Phone 168 to railroad wel Improved Muo Bras,, lands. Joe T. Kmhry and .1. T. Wilkinson 'of Air. SittilleyV mother, .Mrs, J. C. Se ernl exchanges Wrlte iig tht. kind, n . 1here." n1 Unorders nt my homo on or Wanted nin recuperating ut Klhir Spri.iK. AlcClnrv wtt ''a'l tr"t' ten"( reasomhle list farm you want nnd we will 0en.l lentral IVy. ::IQm LSWlQ lO. Sipure W. A. Coffey, of AIcMiiih AIibi Kwi .Mour nml C II. AUwer LEBANON KtNTUCKA , 0s:i Airs. W. B. Land. Stanford. visil In Itfave tomorrow foi u visit wilh rela-lii"- 4 mis jn- -i returned "from ' h'w Creek, (lit. nn, Chaster, ut Siher in Hamilton, Ohio. Tho whlto tisschers' InttltJte wl ho huld In Stunlord liestanltig Alt? , I Cue II. Aloier initio 11 lniiiiiess trip I! SHORT LOCALS. The coloied teacheri Instituto to London AIoikIh-. will lie held In ritanloril .Mish Alary Htta Alillifun ami l.n-I- n WrdiliiiK presenli lit .Mueller's. Ahk. 1, C. Slnalcton. Supt. .lone, who have licon tho inwxt oi Miw- - Alary Alorricoti Matbeuy, The C..W. II. AL will meet in the For sale, n nlce buncii of ewes und hhe returned to their home in lecluru ntoin of the Christian chnrrh ow0 lainlta. Address W. A. llorton Aim. Kiln Keehuer iihiI ehildrou. Wediiccdav nfttrnoon nt V!:!ill o'clock WuyneshurK, Kv. of New Alhnuy, who have lietm Ihe Notice Klvo per cent penalty addPrank Cartw Lest. Ilnby's slant dress .mil skill PicmIh of Air. and .Mr It near l'reuchersville, pleitse return lo ed to pchool tax Aub. lit. l?tl. L. 5SJ hure reluiiicd home. Hughes, Treas. .I. 11. Collier, of Lnui'iiter, '.Mis. J. C. Ilailey Crab On hard Alr. ' All persons having claim,, ngalnst was here u short while .Monday en VALUABLE BANK STOCKS thn estate ot Tom Kerrlll will pre'rout'! to Cork Kidsc, Teuii., for sent them to n0 properly verified at FOR SA1.E vifcit to her Hon, C. S. Collier. will p ease set- Ali-- s As executors of T. J. Koblnson, wo once. Those Indebted Kiln Aluy Siiuiiders hart u lie wjtn me. a. i. ri'..r.i.i.r.i ", Airs. ). .1. CorueiUon mid will on Mnndny, AuriibI 14, 11)11. her (jnc-tS82 Admr. County Court Day, bcRlnnliiB nt two clilldrcii, of Louisville, and AINs As the bride led her friends into her In front of the ccpirt Sprains require careful treatment I Susie Siiunders, who Ims for the about 2 P. .M cool, spotless kitchen, they broke into a house In Stanford, Ky., offer at pub- Keep nulot and apply Chamberlain's t.itt two years heen teHchitiK in freely. It will remove the chorus of approval. lic sale for cash In hand tho follow Liniment New .Mexico. sorenojg and quickly restore tho parts -. I .1. W. InK shnrcg of hank stock: 12 shares to a healthy condition. AirW. "Well, I am proud of it," she said, "and proudest of r.ylne and Mrs. For sale by al I I ry a nt nre spemiiiig some time ni In the Fourth National Hank, of Col- dealers. all of my stove. It's a New Perfection Oil Cook-stov- e, umbus, tin,, he book value of which Cmli Orelmrd SprinitN. and 1 think they are the best in the world. They toast, Good second fiand buggle8 for sale Little AlisK Cliim Cnnh. who hns Is ;3tG per share, and which pays ..n roast, broil and bake equally well really to perfection f annual dlvidond of 20 per cent; is at bargains. I'cnco IJros. hcon ipiile ill with nsthina, is soiih-vhand the kitchen stays much cooler and cleaner than with any shares of the Merchants & .Mechanics' improved. pnlm Mrs. K. T For Sale other range. This stove cuts my kitchen work almost in half.' ' Air. ami Air. J. Kandolplt Hnrris l'nnk of Columbus, (.!., book value Kenzler, Stanford B7 IT mad" n vinit to friends in Lnueuster $201 per slvaro and pays 10 per cent There is no wood or coal to carry for a New Pershareg of the NaAltw Alary Tammc ha nrturneil allium! dividend; fection; no ashes to clean up. It is ready for use as soon Sale. Cow and calf; cow tcivcs. tional Hank of Huttonvil e, Ky., look fn Fr friMti LonUville to Hpml her giiltona of milk a day; c;'t' i.r. i as lit; out at a touch of the fingers economical as well as per share ami pays an- weeka old. A. L. Caulder, Satnord valuo JK'7.57 with her mother her. f9-quick and convenient. . Wearen IIii(rhen earn up from nual dividend of G per cent; JU Mc?e with t. 2 and 3 turner, with long, tjrqwm oimW diimiwy. AlmtqdiU to ajieud Sunday with Ids him r os of the Commercial bank and HQCorn''ly fioithrt! throughout. ,Tm HERE".? A BARGAIN. - and 3Uirnr itove i unU had with er 'I rust Co.. or Loiiiavllle, nook value mother and hrothei. rthcut a eaWw-- t lop, whxr. w ltited with drop thr'tw, towel rurli, etc- Aire. Charle Lute went to Crn'" 510S.S0 per hhare, nnd ixtys annual The Interior Journal and tho WeekDe4lciiYnn-,hior write lor oe ly Cincinnati Knqulrer one year lor dividend of 5 par cent. Orchard Sunday ' lie with her senptwe cucuuf to the ncucai gocy cltU fl. .M. The weekly Kiiqulrer Is a spltn MIlS. M. ll. HOIIINSON, who is nt the Sanatorium. She did tarm and family paper. This is Standard Oil Company J. II. I'AXTON, Kxccutors. 'inn HceouiHiuieiI hy their dnuchter. n great bnigjlu. Uncorro.'&tcdr 'Vitxinin, nml little Aliss Anna Lee W. S. Fish represents only fe st opera I'nh.inks. th0 crowd to the and daugh- and strongest insurance companies. house tonight. Air. Hielmrd 31 tf ters. AInry Katherine and Jne, nro Let him keep y"u protected. Dr. A. C. Morgan, specialist on dls Ihe j;iiitsts of Ali. AL A. l'lielj. ul Aly Fall and Winter samples for eat.cn, ot tho eye, nose, ear and throat Itichmoud. mijii's wenr are now ready. Cull and and who tits glasses to correct any Mr. .ind Airs. .1 V. Drye. of or vision will bo at the St. their yruost- -. Air. nml Hct mu take your measure. I can deruct nnd 11. C. Itupley, 1'ractical Asaph Hotel, Stanford, Ky., Aug. 1st Loui-vil- le please you. Mrs. Clarence Colemmi. of and 2nd nnd nt the Oover Hotel at (iOJp. were in Stanford Siindny. Air. and Isiihir. Crab Orchard Aug. 3rd. Charges reaA!is. Colemnn will visit in Lnnenter Dcmoustriitiou Saturday, Aup. "th sonable. hefore riliiniinit home. of Inner Senl piiekit;;es cakes and Alls. Alheit Severance is the piie- -i Iteport of Condition of of Aliss Alurv Trihhlc in ltichmond. cnickers. Ladies especially invited. THE McKINNEY DEPOSIT BANK. 2 Alenefee, Jr., spent G. II. Fnrris. N. .Indi:e Stelln l,ewm, the reijrtttly linn mWMomiry to .Inpnii, lieen III.' Knol of Airs. . C. Ilanatli-ir-iwent to Kiehinoml Alonilny. e Want A Farm ! ' r 11 I 1 I . !. ,; 1 "The Best in the World" be-Ir.- GS-t- at ucn-lio- n i JftG&r'EterjeetiQn OiLCQoRrjStove 2- e HiM-ke- Divided Skirts But (1(1-- ha-h- o. d. H rpcsr: g i Blue Grass Fair LEXINGTON. KENTUCKY OEa02 OK58 Hooks for your state and county Doinj; business in the town of AleKin Maxes are now ready, l'lease call liey county of Lincoln state of ut the close of business on ami seltlf. W. L. AleCarty, sheriff. the 18th day of July 1911. rf lU count,) Thrr1 Ii n" ii ir . . Resources: tha.ii a otlwr wrsiKii msI is viw. r. ti..i n. m nr Un $47,89(1 Till ew fvr ii MipisMsst to Is t Ururalil. lur cruc Loans & Discounts it Wl (luee at tf tTMux4n-..a&nr voi L'l.s laUmii au.1 bj ci.ii.rrii.Ujr .'i,724 .1 1 Due from Hanks prrritKl luoal rm-iUt tsjr with iri.Mt't jir.iour.f-- ! It lonirathi Actual Cash on liaial ... 2,841 4S l lwL pmt-- rurrH Vni tUMltii'Lrf sa.s. aM tirn l.fi'iir Checks, cnsli items and e.- V J Hi-- i lima CnUilh Cuft !! ., . I CU- - TIVh f.h.. s rlT ol 210 1)2 ehango for vlciiring ... tiw.i I Ilia surkM ! h i...w m.tmi r '" to tr;.larcHt' sr.4 i.rul .1 It s , - ilirrmj i" !U,ibmoa Overdrafts Un,11 nit - l f).ila - nnr Sfi,. luMiril 'MilSs, av tt ' 1,407 82 secured -. l v r4 I' II1 (Ki . 'M. I.M.W O.'!' k1 I Current expenses nnd taxes Kon-liia-k- y, h. M 111 v V We Do Not Handle We Do Handle A Big Line of IsWilii TsaJ . ij I 8 I'01-cstu- s - ltcnj ostnto .2,509 00 CITY TAXES City taxes aro now due. l'lease eal Fiinituro nml Fixtures . .2,24:1 00 and sottlo at once. U. D. Carter, City Tax Collector. CC-- .... . ,. l'uid 847 '!( N Pants for Men! tSBUi 4,812 00 IIOst iilsn. Mn 101 C. M. I'.-s- t It. ( : . ml and wile, it tiiinih Sin ul , Mi'-C- . x. AUGUST o 7,8,9,10,11,120 6 Big Days ahd Nights S II ,v . r Tolnl . .40:1,77:1 4.i Liabilities: Capital stouk paid in, in $15,000 00 Cash Light Weights for these hot summer days, in full peg, medium and straight. If you are hard to fit, We can suit you Surplus' ...$2,500 Undivided pro- 00 1)0 l fits .....-- 972 U. &. mannehancL, Dzay onczvzz n Aeroplane Fiights Daily by J. A. D. McCur Jy & a . .. g Deposits nu wliieli interest 31,800 is not paid Due to Hank Hills x 3,472 90 5.5 2,001 00 11.500,01) We have a large assortment to select from, varying in prices from i$3,cftois7feir$2s,ooo Crtei.(r?S rYTi .!.. .1,1 JIIJ0-V.11- n U i. a. ii.... i.' .. :nfWoild m PREMIUMS M H .i it -nnn liairc ivunning i n ii.. uauiy r. of jI! Anui icsn Horse SLtns SplceHaidDuplaysfEvtryCliuj Ract oiliToStock Q M 'j v. . rrnnnrrvr v?nrj iiL:uLri. i!. hL'A a rorCUloiorl'-rhdiirBU'icn, r:mnvv i:ixwti. wxisnsu xnvjirA" C, . "-- to A..t mitrTT CTJA!" -- ''- I, - - ,l.- ) "j' . f. -- V.. ?f' I "Molly nnd I agree that counterfeit money und substltuto good como ftoni tho same parents. Tho Get Ready For Cold Weather coin nnd the goods may very closely rojeinblo tho gouuluo but behind them You Wlo not have your Tiouso lio.ited Is neither honor or nonosty. only the will iiiul mi suUstltutos, with but wuterT Wo have In our employ one of the genuine of standard quality nt Collar best hot water and steaai tiiteis In k t'lileman's. Now is the tlino for that Ico Cruara the Mate let us figure with ou we ftiiar.ui-t- i iKrewer and Water Cooler Wo have o ci ir work them W. K. WARNER, Stanford, Kv COFFEY & COLEMAN, Prompt Delivery. Phone 196. . . ir tl.l I. ft 84ifjSK:C. VH M 3 5s4- - VvRii BETSY'S pointers: Total . ..f(l!I,77!l 45 Statu of Kuulutiky nuunty of Lin-- 1 ohi Sel t, It. II. AItonlf cnsliigr of tha rlinvc iiumed bank, do soluuuily sweur that the uboo btiilemeut it, rritnto tho host of my knuwU'-lg- t' ..tUj belief. II. II. AlitonlC, CuJVr. nml rorii to hfupa by It. II. McicHlf. thw 27tk day U of Julx. Mil. K. J. Tuiiuer. N'otarv I l'l.'iln 'iiiiiiiissiuii e,iii- Sjiba-eribed $1.00 to 8.0,0 Cummins & Weaien, I I'll? I ni 1. ' I.. Ir An. -- ul. lii M '.irtf,T it'., iluvcli.r- 1 I. Stanford, Kentucky Cw -- Tt JfW- - t V The Sale You Have Been Waiting For f Graves Cox & Company, OF LEXINGTON, OFFER TO-DA- Y. , 500 KELSINGTON SUITS AT Not only fancy pat-- " terns but a goodly number of staple Z blue and black suits " i 0 J Mail order ' accom-J- J "panied by money JJ order or certified check will receive. the best of attention u rI Every fiood fabric, new color, smart weave, correct pattern in two and three-piec- e ar Clothing are the highest standard of ready-to-weEVEHY GARMENT OFFERED IN THIS OF QUALITY. SALE IS BACKED UP l."i Suit- WITH OUR GUARANTEE Suit $18.00 Suit .TlO.50 WE ADVISE YOUR EARLIEST ATTENTION AS "FIRST PICKING" 8 - . The Marked Original Selling-Price mark 2 ed in the Collar- of every Suit, take J halt and you have the reduced price is You know we never disappoint, clothes made. "JI.OO SmiU now 9.W 00 $.'15.00 suits. KELSINGTON now ... . $750 $8.25 $9.00 $11.00 , $12.50 now . Stilts now Siiit- - now now f'JO.OO Suit- - now. now . .$10.00 IS ALWAYS BEST. 22.00 Suit 9 10.00 Suit" now jnrw.wc m mw .$20.00 On account of the great sacrifice this sale of suits will be for cash with a small charge for any needed alteration. Fancy 1 SPECIAL NECKWEAR REDUCTIONS. SHIRTS. Wash Scarfs made from the famous Manhattan shirt cloths 35c OT 3 for $1 The best tie mads. Kejilar price 50, this week s, 25 Dozen Silk the season's bet pattern and colorings. 100 SUMMER UNDERWEAR AT A SAVING. 1 m.4.' MANHATTAN Reduced. Dozen The best known, best fitting shirt made. son and for a short time only. Plaited and soft collars to match and double i Prices N eg lift reicei nce a sea- Four-in-Hand- patterns, many with Materials of Regular price 30e, thi week .Wash BOW 33c of 3 for $1 Famous Screens' Athletic Under ear, best nainsook, regular 7flc qua50c lity, special at e Underwear, rfood quality nainsook, athletic stvlr, Delpark 50 regular 75c quality, Bjwcial at Special bargains this week in broke n lots of under cur. Ask. to see bargain tables. Lock-in-on- y French cuffs. finst . Ties, neat patterns tb k'md we sell nearly at 00c, this t SOFT SUMMER SHIRTS AT REDUCED PRICES. . madras, percals, sKks and flannels. Shirts now fl.f., Shirts now $2.00 Shirts i.o $2.25 nnd V-.30 e,k 3$c3forS this week .... ... $1.15 $1.25 $1.3 Silk BowTies, bright snappy patterns, our regular 50c Ua at The very kitest patterns with attached or detached soft collar; blue, tan and white. Regular price $ 1.00 special at STRAW HATS AT HALF PRICE. gre, 79c 35etr3for$l SHk KnH Four-in-Han- $l.5t - hlyhSh patterns aad closely woven, Shirts nor- - $141- Special at Special Reduction on TRUNKS, BAGS AND SUIT CASES. 9C $3.00 Shirts r ow .,$.. MEN'S ONYX HALF HOSE REDUCED. $1.19 ltf Fancy lisle hose, the famous Onyx q ial at Mens regular 50 rent quality pec- $1 1.50 Mnttin? Cagb aud Suit Cuscs now .fCfiO Cow $1.15 $5.00 $5.00 $J-$2.00 Straws now SB $.1.00 Straw now J4.00 Straws now $7.30 Panamas now $10.00 Panamas now ....This sale includes every hut in tbu house. The aKoos' best styles in sonnet, Milans, China splits, pineopple straws and pencil curls, Knox Sailor Straws and finest band made Pananas. , OXFORDS. HANAN, NETTLETON, WALK-OVE- R Styles, Now Seilln, Broken Lots and Size, fctit alt ieo. HALF PRICE. 55 at, JI ''4t. 35c ac 3 for silk halt hose, Mack, tun, Kra y. cailet, navy, green, burgundy. 35c, or 3 pair for price 50c, special Hide Suit Cases, now Ynlrus IIjj.m, now $:).50 S 1.00 He-gul- ar $0.30 Cow Hide and $1 15 per cent reduction on all trunks nl all other Suit Cases and Hiij,'. Oxfords uow . . . Oxtords now $7.00 Ilnnun ami. Nirtleton Oxfords now tfj.OO Hanan and Xettletou Oxfords now Walk-Over $1.75 ,' $2.00 $3.00 $3.50 ( Vnlk-0- er Bur Entire Stock Men's and Young Men's Odd Trousers at Greatly Reduced Prices. All kinds of materof sizes. Graves Cox & Company, INCORPORATED Positive and Genuine Reductions c Doys and Chlldrens Wash and Woolen Suits, Straw Hats and Furnishings ials.. Pknty LEXINGTON, KENTUCKY. HOME OF GOOD CLOTHING FOR HEN AND BOYS. that Will Save You Money. J fcJJ.- - I"' K, II. Uronausu, Agent M I Itiwt 4- -f taf