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The Stanford interior journal: August 8, 1911 The Stanford interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images Shelton Saufley Stanford, KY 1911 int1911080801_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 8, 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 Stanford Interior Journal. VOLUME XXXVIII. NO. 62. SHAY PENMAN PAYS THE DEATH STANFORD, LINCOLN COUNTY, KENTUCKY. TUESDAY, AUGUST 8, 1911. EVERY TUESDAY AND FRIDAY. v O 1 0 I WAYNESBURG MAN MIDDLEBURG. AUTO ORDINANCE TO BE AUTO CAUSEt HORSE to Joe Law son, for four tlint ho would "UNCLE BILLY" WARREN MAY DIE FROM INJURY TO TURN BUGGY OVER. RIGIDLY ENFORCED. PASSES OVER THE RIVER iitku a rclnp-- c on it tbii year. PENALTY The fifth Sunday meeting nt Grove Frank Coleman is in Cinclnnnti on IreDynamite Hidden in Bucket of Tar Sunday July .10th was a success it Council Directs Marshal to see That busir.c-- s nml will be gono for n few Oldest Cltlien of Stanford Dies At- - Mrs. Grlnstcad and Little Luclle Lincoln County Nearo Rapist Elec11 largo crowd, plenty of good things mark Explodes and Hits Alvin land Thrown Out Former ter Lona and Useful days. Special Limit of 5 Miles an Hour at Eddyville Penitentrocuted to cat and religious enthusiasm count Broken Ankle. Gone. Padnett. Kii'sliii, of Oltenhcim Mr. Charles Is Not Exceeded. tiary Saturday Mornlnq for anything. The good people out tells us thai he will nooii linvc his there actually put the big pot in the I Wayncftburg, Auc 7. Willinm S. Warren, who had been fro. (. flrins'tend who makes Hlmy IVnmnn. tin- - Lincoln county toller mill in opernllon and tlio vuy Speeding nutomobilists hnd better littlu one and did everything else negro, wns elect mental t lo Eddy-vill- c that he will roll tlio flour out will one of of Stanford's best known anililor jlonie wjt, her dnuRhter, Mrs. Alrin Padgett who i with n con- that would add to the comfort of tin. look a "lectic oud" when they hit tnoiiiiiij? be n liked eitizcns for rlose t( half ll '. I W. trnlnml Iiitp. goffered a linn- unll. penitentiary SnMnhiV Lcx- - visitors. NUrprisp. The best grade will Lccntury, dough-tc- x The program wns earned the boulevards of Stanford in tho departed this life Saturday her rixht ankle crete construction company nt Tor his assault upon Hie litlo , of lie called "The Acme of Otlciilirim.' r , ...'.tu-- yenrs nml five dnys ,,olm, n fracturefi,o wns driving from ington, was hutt in n novel manner out mid a tinmbcr of good talks future. At the regular meeting of wi,on lor80 Mr. anl Mrs. A. L. Rankin, of nml the Hecond best will be called, at noon, of His death had nol been unexpected 'Danville Snttin hiy beeiimc frishtened u8t week. Some sticks of dynamite made by Itovs. J. L. Adams, P. II. the City Council Inst Thursday night the Hubble section. I li- - body wns "The Uttcnliciin Wonder." as he had been critically ill for the 'nt a passing nulomobile and turned were placed in n partly filled buck Hoekct, C. T. Claunch and A. ('. the City Fathers instmctcd City Mnr brought back hero that night nnd the buggy over throwing out Mrs. last three months. Mr. Warren Coker. The Sunday school was held shnl B. D. Carter to rigidly enforc buried Sunday by relatives. forgot- Coiiricr-JoiirnOLD MASONIC APRON. one of this city's oldest citircna, be OruiHteail mid her Utile granililaugli. tt of coal tor last June und Louisville Tlio nt the regular hour, and from ap- tho city ordinanco against the operaing n resident since 180'--', when lie ter, I.ucile Ireland. Mrs. (Irinatcnd ten. The soft tar let the explosive pearance Jhat people nro hiking a tion of nutoraobilcs of other vehicles! 1 ad the following account nf llic I . Woodstock, Pu exerted nil of her powers to wiving Ti10 forenmn lively interest in that line of work- - of iint,n. fiundnv morning: $100 Refused for it By Charles Redd, removed from near that class in the city nt n speed from injury, which escaped of the crew, L. E. Floyd, formerly Mr. It. G. Foley is the miperintena-culaski county, at which plnee he was tj,e Eddvville, Ky.. Aim i -- in ""' t of over 5 miles unhour. Heretofore Jr., of Crab Orchard. Iwith but 11 few scratches and bruises 31, 1824. born August presence or the fnther nnd uncle f were mid is just the man lo bring the this ordinance 1ms been allowed to ;n () ,i0mg, sustained the sen of Wnynesburg, with hit men At the nge of 2(1 years lie wns the little girl bu criminally iiHsnulted, trving to drive the moscmiitos out school to the front rank. At the go without much heed by anyone, but Ibnrles Itedd, Jr., of near Crab united in marriage to Miss Hetsy oils injuries licnelf. I'cnniun, negm puid the peuulty Slmy idccping car anil were burning close of the services in the afternoon several chilfl.nnnt instances of fnst -ly for his crime in th electric cunir Orchard, hhowed us an old MiiMiniu Adims and to this union seven Mi. flrinstcad was returning from of the tii-morning. expressed their nppre-cintio- u driving of nulos through town enAs the dren, nil girls were born. Of this Danville where ho hnd gone earlier rags in the discarded bucket. The the nl 1:15 o'clock t i.pron, whieh is miimisviI to be oior and W. in of the kindness shown them dangering both life und limb of propthe day, nml had reached the tar soon ignited with a flash futiil current shot through the ne- JjO jciim old. It was originally the number anly two' survive, Mrs. J, Edna gro's bodv, causing him to give u property of John (lilbert, who was Collier, of Danville, nml Mrs. I.ouis-ill- junction of the htniiford and l.ancas- - the bueket was thrown out on the by rising vote. "God be With You erty owners induced the Council ! ler pikes about u mile this side of ground, the dynamite exploding al 'Till we Sleet Again,'' was the song tnkn summary nction. last convulsive movement before the great great grandfather of Mrs. tin mid, of Fisher's avenue, His wife's death occurred in Danville when a large car driven by most instantly breaking Pudgett's leg nml the meeting adjourned. inking limp in death, the fntber of Kiln (lilbert 11 Miss The council let the contract for Itedd, who was 1872. . . Mr. Fi-- h of the electrical firm of und seriously burning Lib Daitgherty the wronged child iilloweil n smile of Somerset has been well represent putting down concrete pavement 181 1 he mnrneil Thurmond & Fish, dashed bj. buni! 11 il.inbter of Co Felix Oilherl In November The who fonnerly lived in the rurncrs-vill- e to .proud over his ed at Golden Dawn Springs of lute. church Fannie Wren. whoc maiden horse she was driving slued sudden-- ection. Mis brother felt the pul-- c oi nl' Virginia The apron is made of Mn. It is thought Padgett Some dozen or more Somerset citi- nlong the tide of the Christian is ly, nml caused the luggy to topple to Phillips Bros., nt their figure of ileml negro ns et in the cur-n- Mitin and is much time worn, It iinii.e was Hinib. Mr. Warren sisthe will die. zens have registered there in the 20 cents per square foot. The coun Mirvheil bv his wife and three over Ihrowintr out Mrs. Oruistwul linil been turned olT. mid there LeurM till the emblem- - of Masonry. Mrs. Sallio It. MeGee, and daugh-te- i last two weeks. hor-- e Knox-lill- e did life, ihmMimI his ters. cil also decided to reconstruct tno uml the little girl. The being no signs of A gentleman, who lues at Miss Edith, of Cincinnati, are The deceased was a member of not run but wns soon released hum J. C. Wall mid .Miss Derthu Mny-Mir- d paving alongo the north side of Mni 11 visit to Crab Orchard head in iipprnvnl mill stepped buck to in eaineun the Christian church having joined the harness, uninjured. He had been visiting their brother and uncle the father's hide. . were united in the holy bonds street in front of the stores of J. C. mid lmving he.inl of this rare old ed nl the Old (livens Church O.i years piiM -- cores ('." ntiios during the dnv this section. ifor ulucli I'eiumiu The crime Oil which of mafiimony while sitting in 'their Lynn, Farmer's barber shop, the Gem I die. offered Mr. Itedd Stiruh Smith mid Eva Ho' was the ilentb penult v wns eommitte.l on he refused .nml rightly too, for il is ago, when that church School located at Danville and had p.iid mt attention buggy ul useuute Friday, Judge Lui tlieatre and Coffey & Coleman, Thp hoii-- e Mrs. ton visited Miss Corn Hunch. near the Willow Grove to them, mid greatly snrpri-e- il Septcmhci .'. WW. His nttiieke.1 the huving been in Movie comity. He was a kind old Uiinstead by his actions out 011 the grade of this pavement has beeif engag colli Wells officiating. nnd II line old keep-ak- c, John Padgett is ut Eubanks daughter of Mr. anil n wide circle nt pike. C. C. Combest, of Dunnville, road steep and in cold and wet weather handed down from generation to gen ceiilleinmi di on 11 big job of plastering on the Mrs. A. L Rnukin. of Lincoln wn- He wns sentenced to ilentb nml crntion uml will continue the proper- - friends lament his death. !! Mr. Fish turned his enr iniircili- - t.ew hotel building whieh A. A. Wil- - superintendent was here hist week with ice and sleet on the ground has ... it... : im :.. gallant old' trulhfiilue-- N itself, honest und Indus '..... i' iiiifi .....1. m.. wa- - tniulc to Gov Will-o- n looking over the roads. J. E. Kelse- - been the ennse, of many a fall. i im ty of the posterity of the iir iii'i mi nppen! iiuik ii4. !.:..., linn rrnii". (lions und often engaged in i.mnuul ,)ft a, lianil A nice irgitiiu L. Hunch J.as just mid wife, ot Somerset spent lust wlimi I)r- - FHV,,lt. 1)llnllip lor eleuencv but the chief executive pioneer t the wrought .silver charm is attached, iefuil-- 0 to interfere, week with relatives here und uttciiw visit to l,V"rn"rC,il.r" h mm re '! Te, UM , , c U, , '"'" ni"1 ,,,,,I . THE WONDER OF THE AGE. c . , lu.t.0,niauilt time that there nppeared no oxci-jjp.wod pi llll HIM Oltl Pi J IV iug Golden Dawn Springs. Mr. und N ' tr many "J. Swann's Kidney and Swann's Stom., Mrs. A. It. Scott of Sedalia, Mo., s ;,,, Amvi, . I , .r ground- - upon which to commute goiird whieh helnngMo Kdward Cruse could accomplish more than - his """ ' men who weic nt lens, 20 yearthe sentence. ach Remedies. Mr. uiior. of Saturday to visit Mrs. Scott's I'l .1IJ9. J.VIUIIL'I jiini:ii Penman was n ilocile prisoner nml the broken member, both hone- - being Mr. ti ud ilrs. Hunch were guests father mid mother Mr. and Mrs. J. bml Itedd. It bears lliu late of 17(!") Swann's Kidney Remedy is the The burial oceurreil in liiitta!" 1Fwt., tint lillt-- l IUHIimil, ""I ., ., ofler the governor's ultimntum (111' liiMtim titirilrllilir r iitir I tU'lUI W II A. Estcs. cemetery Sunilav afternoon nt five throughI'll! "e'r first on this globe to bring kidney S" "O " been timile known to him. he appear-e- l the flesh. Mrs. Orinsted grave o'clock with services nt the mey nave a nice KING'S MOUNTAIN. -resigned to his fnte. In his cell There were several light showers worms from man, woman or girl, possible tint "' """"" was inailir us ihV as hy Eld. Joseph Itallou. of rain heie last week that revived and theso worms come in their urine i, few minute before going t" bis will .suffer severely for sometime. rew grandson. The old liiiidmiirk - removed, the She hear- - the Hop Penman made the following Mont Dishon is improving his resiiain with great forti- - 'well Steele is putting down a new vegetation greatly, though the ground Mr. J. D. Woods' daughter was treataged warrior has fought bis last but l,n,., nt the Wnynesburg Graded was not thoroughly w!t. A clod ed for kidney (roubles by able phyMntemrnt dence by 11 now coat of paint. tie and is passed from the scene- - of "Since I gave up hope of interccs-eio- ii Mir-- s souker and a river riser is greatly sicians and these said all had been Fffie Uaughi.mil fell over u School.-tenMrs. Laura Lee and Mrs II. I.. life's eonflicts to the iin of r- froiif the governor. I hnve Horton, of Eubanks, needed to bring crops out of the daugh- - mortal glory. nip- - nt the Danville fail la- -t I case, done tlint could be done resigned to m fate nml inn Vest are ijjth their son and week dud badly sprained he elbow, and her daughter, Mrs. Ed. Kigney kinks nud start grass to growing. with ter in Dunfme a few Inys. and she could live but four or five looking for the lu- -t moment of Itnddy, Tenn., were guests of ; PARKSVILLE. Mrs. Williams and son, of LexingI mil Protracted meeting services hnve days longer She sturted to get well to have thi- longing. PREACHERSVILLE. Miss Sara Smith. been in progress ut the Methodist from the first dose o Swann's Kiduirtunitvf tnlkmir. I have tnnt'e u ton nrc visiting CI. A. and Wallace Mr. Frank Peiniygruft, who lum I Miss Ella Leach who has hnd the Itev ney remedy nnd today nfter ,two tiitemciit to my Miiciiter which he Walter. bceii suffering so much with an eve, fever tor the I,ast six weeks church here since Moudny. As .Air and Mrs. P E. Purri-- h von. I tlo not wnnt to n is hligbtly belter. will give.In Davis pastor at Somerset is doing years Mr. Woods said she was the Sam Skidinore is at home for Mr.--. Lou Durtoii is much better. lie mi tnv lips that wouM few days. ( lie villi tlio preaching. His sermon- - are said healthiest child iu his family Free ..., ........... :n ..e .....t Mr. William lio-- e of Lebanon June j;oing to tnc Laucastci :Vr ""' ( bnr me from the home that 1 feel hi- - parents ".' Mr. and tl.iv last week tnev caw- - very near 1""' :m,"7 '" " Itecord nt lion was with Harrison Wull has been testimonial by Mr. J. D. Woods of v her to be ipiitc interesting and helpful. is (!o.l is going to give me in n.few min, upon meet- - I , ,v bung senou-l- y hurt. , Highland. Mrs. L. C. Ito-- c ln- -t Sunday. Wnynesburg, Ky., R. F. D., Nu. 4. utes." BUCK CREEK. Mrs. Mudman nml sons are with, Misses Myrtle and Ida Cole of Itar ing an automobile Mr. P. palled U r.ooni. t.'oullty. She' will also visit This new discovery is sold nt Penalluded to bv Thcldntcmeut ... . .. . 1.. I'lel-hiii 10 me iiniii ... ..11 Mrs. J. A. llt.,. M(.jc w. T. Kecerd at High iiminu unpin ny's drug store. effect that be wns friends and relatives in Cincinnati bourville me with Mi-- s buii-- e to the he miuhmc l' puss, vvbdi an up- - liridse Mr ald jtrs- Mr- -. I.aswcll and children are visfor the Danville fair. c Hecoiil, The thirteen months' old son of Smith of Wilmore hud stomach tredyink for a crime be hail nothing to Mrs. Mont Searles, ot Louisville, jirouehing machine run int.. Hie mi; iler parems wj j0i iting relatives in Rockcastle. tin willi. lcr there for Mr. nud Mrs. Marion Douglas, of ble for 20 years, she hnd tried many this section died the 28th of stom- remedies but never wns cured until Henry Gooch and wife of McKin-ne- y is with her mother, Mrs. Sumucl of their buggy, Hiring .1 horse which ., week's viit. After Ins talk in the cell. IVnmnn who is dangerously ilj was led into the dentil chamber. lie gentleman w.is leading, (iiusing j y, T. Itecord, Jr., a eignnl man ach trouble. Its remains were tak- she had taken Swann's. Mr. W. A. have moved to 0. A. Walters', Hn kIhm-- Warden II. T. Ihlgerinnn. Dep Mr. and Mi. Joe Abel, formerly the animal to erasli i:.to 1.11c of the j'or the Q. & C, at Erhinger. visited en to the Humphrey burying ground Palmer, Wilmore, Ky., R F. D., No. place. uty Wardens Miller, Taylor and the b.igf.v the homefolks. uiml wheels whii'i mid luid away Much sympathy is 1. I wish I could let all people know-jusMrs. Nannie Singleton und mother Miss Maggie Searles, are -, the death watch, prison guardMrs. Lnthoii Leach has us he vis- - leu tor the bereaved parents. o.'ei and at the tair.e time the horse of Wnynesburg spent Wednesday ,11111! Mrs.J'leiiHnnl Tueker. what n wonder Swnnn'f remedy thief engineer anil eleetricmns Cnpt. with friends. J Prof. T. VI Clclinui! and .Mi-- s Vivi- - ln:i8 driven reined :nnl a eiuu.il iiois, Keith Padgett and Everett Mor when two doctors did not help Miss Eliza Sims vviio has been W. Depp, hi- - assistant, C. E. ColP. w Tin. 111"l .""- - mix-ugun. of Diekcrson Tenn. resulted "l"'" Mrs. Annie Deigh and Mt. Town- - " J,n' very ill for some time, is very much ray niece of kidney trouble I got a lier, the prison phvsioinn. Dr. It. II. ha- - ju- -t Jaee next .Mini, lay morning, Aug. pact threw- - the little Miss Elizabeth .Moi-gathi- - place la- -t Mo- -. A. I Rankin, father of the send were caller nt improved under care of Dr. Malloy. bottle of this wonderful remedy and rtb. ilrtii'.-htc- r of Mr. and ?.l -- . 1'nrri-- h leturned fioin Lancaster where she negro's A'ictim. and hi- - brother. Pr. w eek. Zuchary Padgett is building a new from the first dose she started to will wver the vv'ue Kev. It. P. Chapin, the pastor, Dr. and Mis. J. Acton. Pen. fito tnc lield. A. 0. Itankin. were gnthcrrd. get better and for four days she Mrs. Li.rie Cary mid little son uro two story house. conduct the erviciw at the Presby- 'tin. child wns toiiMilcruYv shaken Dale have returned The Jli-s- e innu walked to the death chair with 011 the sick t. passed kidney worms in her urine, W. T Elliott has moved his s.... ju-- t terian church the second Sunday up nil reeeiveu .1 lew -- h!il brnisen from Hurriso neounty where thev tnkinir before i tlrm step and and 1 must say these remedies are Hsrry Starner and family have re- morning and evening in this month. pri-o- n olllcinU mill rig from his home to L. D. In- - -- eat. thanked the relative. 's ll ,vns at first tliiiitg'U tliat site had , vveie worth their weight in gold. Sold by turned to Linda O. I Jr. W. A. Drown whu-- e throat uml lor their kindne to him since his in ivoodlaiul. This is known local Penny's Drug Store Stanford, Ky.. Ml. Elir.abeth Morgan nrrived at stomach is giving him so much trou- siixtaiucii it brnl.eii , ;.rm. Mi. P. cnrecxntioii. CALL FOR CONVENTION. as the old W. L. Dishon place a few tiro's,-- nnil s latches Made by the American Herb and The electrotle- - were placed bv ('apt home on Sunday nfter a few days' ble, left for Chicago yesterday to aU-Vi1: is Mis- - Minnie L. llurney is visiting Piant Co., Junction City, Ky., Drugt the lianil- - end s, the sig-ii- stay at Elixir Spring-- . Depp and his consult u specialist. He was accomThere will he u meeting of the her cousin, of iiiiiae!- Mint loss wife of Dry panied by Dr. M. M. Phillips, W. C. Ilniwii ami wus given uml 1.U00 volts of elecof nurdl short very apolitely came back democrats of Lincoln ci.inity in mass Turner.', ville Mrs. Shcrmuu Coy nt gists and country stores, and agents automobibst tricity chut through the black's body. Uidge are with relatives here. writes us for prices on this wonder.Stanford. Tin-ithen Convention tit the Coii't Hou-- e it) ii?" lito or iiniii did i.nl result He straightmed coiivul-ivcl- v, W. Murphy spent Sunday with Dr. P. 11. .Malloy ha- - just left for ful remedy. Mr. L. M. WesterficIJ wife and Vug l'' 1911 sank back in hi- - scat dead. The i ur- - Maud Singleton. r'er assistant - which t.iniiny Stanford on Lexington to bo with his family. He (hihlrcu, of Livingston, are with his rent was applied only once. It was WAYNE COUNTY. sliowed hire to have btcli u eir.icumti ut - p. ni., lor the purpose of eelie;-ui- g bus been here overseeing his farm. J. A. Hart is doing n fine timber luother, Mrs. Mnrv Mrs turned otf in twenty seconds. delegates to the Der.ineratio DeleMr and Mrs Gepp, nt Ciuomnnti business, such as cro ties, logs pil . fnim tllia tJ;uii itftll.'rfii.M iriTI bulb ubovo the I Crops here ure the best in years. When the IiUI-m'iimii gate State Convention, whieh is to guists of Mr nml Mrs Sam G. Castclloo, of Stanford, was - ... i.. p..n...iu,ii;ii..'V." vtwit . .'.I. W..J ... Ullllt llun.lllk negro'ti he.id guve notice that the cur ing poles etc. Corn will make ten to twelve bushbe held in Louisville tin tho J5th tiny Mrs. W. M. Stititb. of the guest of his. parents Mr. and Cyrus Johnson uml family have tertiehl has been train dispatcher ltankc. hud hcen turned oil, Dr. Mo lent els, tobacco fram 10 to 12 hundred vi- - j of August 1011, i'oi-- the purpo.s.i tl Mrs. Mike Custello first of this week invit'.'d I)r. Itankin to feel tlw negro's moved to McKiuuey where he win on tho L. & X., at Livingston but White's Mill, is at William-bur- g iting relatives Mrs. Judith MeC'uli ' adopting ami pronuilguting n plai- - pounds to the acre. The tobacco Mrs. Sallie Rigney of Casey eoun-t- y Uiilse. He turned l his brother, then -- 0011 open n school. will locntji, nt Paris, where he will ore scattering however, but of lliv. dead mini tor held the wn-t- s is visiting her nieco Mrs. DeWi . D, Johnson nml have file same-- position for the -- mini of Brodhend, visited rclutivui here. ' tuim ot i rineiiles, for tho guidanca irops mil' Mrs. Mrr of Democratic, eaiulidates nud of tktf vhat is lacking iu quantity 'will be Huffnker. ;i tew second-- , lie men turned uwnj J II. Ctiutiou and wfe uttcmled the (oinpany. Miss Rachel Foley, of Williuius-burwith shake of m.s nead. is the guilt of her lather. Mr. parly in the approaching campaign, made up in quality. Nash und Da,,, Mrs. M. D. Shearer and children Smnhiy school union nt Grove Sun-dPemiuiu's body was sent to to bo followed by November Election tenants ou L. D Harney's farm, shipE. Foley I have returned from n visit to her R. F. D., NO. They rejiort a delightful time. and relatives in Lincoln eouu The protracted meeting al Beech oi 101 1. mid nt vrhiu!i election a ped ii quuntity of beans to Lexing- father Mr. Livingston Cooper at More Mr- -. Nannie Ncvvland of Norwood1, Effie Co b.nfl returned to ty iniiucdmtelv after the electrocGrove still goes on and much inter- ' Stnto ticket and members, of tho uc.it ton which netted them something ov- land. is on u vi-- it to her con-iMnrstnl! ute Mr. Ifaukiu und Lis brother etuod Ciniiunnti ufteru visit toiler mothe, General Assembly are to be electtd. er $300 dollars per acre for the laud est is manifested. Messrs. Harry Rankin, of and Nell Ncwland. on the etatiou platform the coffin con er. All known democrats, all indepeud planted to tlint crop. Ho wis this Itev. J. K. Roberts wu- - in hi.--, pultilluing Penman's body was hoisted Pa., and Frederick Rankin of D.ivn Thompson, of Boyle, Mrs. Ashtord Dishon has becora UDlr io'r 25 landT Fort Collins Col., are at home for is visitirg her mother Mrs. Nannie pit nt the M E. Church Sunday Inst ent voters and all minors who wilt into the baggage car. The relatives of to go bark to his work. L. D. Harney has received the their summex vacation. the little girl he had wronged took Conference is to be petitioned to lie legal voters by tho November elco Dye nml Eliu-heGarner. Mr. and Mrs. James Vieats in 11 passenger conch 11 few Mrs. Jesse Oatts and family are Mr. Jnmc Rogers' house caught change tho date for services here te-- lion, 1911, and nil voters who declare sum o $1,240 from the Hamburg, Spent Sunday in Cincinnati. I company, residing temporarily with Mrs. Erne-lin- o cirs behind. home for a fire the other night but wns discow once a month instead of tho fifth u purposo of nffihate with the demo Bremen fire insurance Clinton Johnson js at v hieh was represented by .Jesse. D. t emtio party iu the next etute election Rankin, Mrs. Oatts' mother. (red in time to be put out without Sundays. few days. RIBS BROKEN ' Rev. J II. Peurcc, of Femdule, of 11)11, are to participate in said Wcaren, of Stanford ut the time of Mrs. F. 31. itankin, has returned Smith while riding freight much loss. Grove will begin n protracted meeting at County Mass Conveutinn nnd to bo the fire, whieh destroyed the barn from Lexington and Ilarrod.-bur- g Thco Newland sold to B D. Holtx-clatrain wns knocked down by three And Mrs. William Doane Was Othnud tobacco on the 21st of Dec. where she has beeu to recuperate her HurmonV Lick on the 10th Rev. t elected delegates to the State Acn cow nud calf tor $&'.0) men mid robbed of a small sum of erwise Injured In Runaway Every voter in Luicoh: Delay iu the receipt of tho money, health. is said to be a most excellent vention. Marshall Newtlund sold to Josialt money but not dangerously huiL cident. county who is interested in tho sun- - 1U09, ueurly two years ago. This W. M. Rankin of Perryville, was Mr. V. C. Oillihiml and Mrs. Annie Anderson n harness mare for $17.", divine. v!es of the Democratic ticket iu the was insurance on the crop and this here last week hunting cattle. Neal will open school nt this place und bought from f.mvis Tucker n Davis' Store Aug. 7. Mrs. A I. Rankin who was. (mite combined gelding for a fancy price. Seemed to Give Him a New Stomach, next State election should be present bus caused Mr. Harney the loss of u Hutt und Dilliou are about done Monday. sick last week is out again. He also bouht n combined saddle "1 suffered, intensel after eating nt said County Convention und give crop, and othe inconvenience. , sawing ut the present mill seat, ua Mrs. Mit Jones was the guest of CLASS ADOPTION. and harness mure from Cliiremj nnd no medicine or treatment 1 tried .his aid in selecting these delegate less tliey buy some more timber. ' PUBLIC SALE!! her grandmother Mrs. Caroline Itanseemed to do nnv good," writes II. M to represent Lincoln county iu the Pierce for $l,.,2.fi(. Mrs. Wni. Doune, while visiting Youre truly. kin the past week. Morelnnd Camp. No. tlGO.1 Modem v.in.nU.iM eMi'i.ii- ur tin. Sun. L:ik.. State Ciinwiiliou. lenitives n Itockcustle had n very Penny, Woodmen of America will hold n Miss Tilda Jones with Mi-- Flossie An ordinary case nfniitrxohen can View, Ohio. "Tho first few dose of serious accident. ' adoption, Friday night Aug. I will sell at public auction ou Chninnnu of Deniocratio County Rankin of Jamestown, Tenn., is visulighting from her Miirry, her class 8 o'clock. All members ttro us a rule be cured v a single doi- - Chamberlain's Stomach nntl Liver While 11 nt Conmiitteo of Lincoln County. iting iu Moutieello. Thursday, August 17, 1911, horse iturted mid drugged her down, utcged to present ulso member 'f of Chainberluin's Coiie Choleru ainL - tablets gave me surprising relief and , "" twin babies both Bob Abbotts' At my place known us the W. F. running over her, und sister entnps nro fraternally Invited Diarrhoea Remedy. This remedy Inn (ho second battle ecmed to give me wheel tlio Cuts and bruises may be healed in Dishon farm 3l miles from Stan- died in the same night. no superior for bovve! compluint-- . e. new stomach nml peifcetly good Hubert Ford. Consul. breaking two or three of her ribband to lie present. tho timo required ford ou the Ottenheim pike oue fine about For sule by till dealers. health." For sale bv nil dealers.. otherwise bruising her. Former United States Senator Kdby the usual treatment uy nppiytng cow nnd calf, funning implements r, wife of now. Now Is the time to Buy it Arthur 1 Kidd und ! ward Murphy, of Troy, N. Y., died , Chnmberlmn's LiniiucDt. It isnn wagon and har A well known Des Moines woman ouo good Admiral Togo, the hero of the ure visiting trlatives in this buy a bottle of Chiunhorlniu'e; Coli-ness, nnd a good buggy and buggy at his summer home at Elberou N. J., suffering inic-ablfor two Russo Japanese War, arrived in hml without maturation. This Chnleru and Diarrhoea Remedy It . section. from bowel eoinnhlint was ear. Vc've York nnd was formally wel- - tiseptio and CllUses Mich injuries to harness, also some good bacon; las tho re.ult of an operation which Henry James was ono l the men i:i almost certain to be needed befoio und kitchen furniture, nil I ho underwent two weeks ago for last year Iho summer is over. This remedy ed bv one dose of Chiuiiberbiin's Col- - mm,..! as tho eitest of the Atr.erL fscnt also relieves soreness of the household '. who got sick on tobacco For practically new. an enlarged abdominal gland. Mr. deiil ic, Cholera, ami Diarrhoea Remedy, can ualioii. He expressed hi? pleas- - muscle nud rheumatic puins. Although ho dpn't smoke or chew he has no uncrior.. For ealo by nil Murphy was 7G years old. 0. R. VANH00K sule by nil dealers. ure ut being in America. For sulo by all itealen. bin growing crop era. Life-LandSus-tainl- nq u. 7 s ,,y ,,',.,. ',) rs 11 e. fen-ture- s. on ut !"' Mi-.-- c- ld ,., . 1 1 ad 'h'" Jfj"-.....! ,, ' IUt '0inJIU,tod 1.1. '"-'i- e M ff( I 1 or L 1 I t lie-eo- J'"'' in-th- il wo ,JMII ,,, 1 ng ,., as ul !. ..i.-- j Wil-eo- n. l t "'. p i, tu-ic- li-- 1 ng ilnr-iK-y- 1 rc-eive- ussi-tnnt- al - n ' rdiiy i- i !( g, 11 a. t, ns th 11 w Con-Penr- ce SJ - w I j one-thir- d Poin-neate- cr two-hor- y lini-dn- vs fll-U- p. got scared and sold r na " - s i.r,r I THE INTEBIOR JOUHNAL STANFORD, KENTUCKY. TUESDAY, ( .-- - rifimTt AUGUST t, 1911. The In'ierior Journal Established 1172 HELTON M.SAUFLEY,... Publisher 11 A YEAR STRICTLY IN ADVANCE titan- - Bkteree at the postofflce at ford aa second data mall. nSsv e ij"" DEMOCRATIC TICKET. Gtt Ready For Cold Weather James D. McCreary. Kor Meut, governor E. J. McDermott For Treasurer Thos. S. Ilhea. Secretary of State U. F. Crece- Why not havo your tiouee heated For llus. with hot water? For Attorner General James Garnett, We have In our employ one of the For State Superintendent of Schools heat hot vwater and steam fitters In Unrksdaie iiamieiu the state'. For Commissioner Agriculture J. W guaran MAwmnn. Let us figure with you wo Fnr clerk Court of Appeals IL L. tee our work. Greene. W. F. W. K. WARNER, Kor Ratiroad Commissioner trlalr. Stanford, Ky. For circuit Judge Charles A. Har din. For Governor M ir. The growth of tkia bank, is the best that its policy aad methods are ia ac cerd with present day eyi-deace FOR REPRESENTATIVE William II. Shanka announces hlk irom candidacy for Representative Lincoln county, subject to the action of the Democratic party. The Farmer, Merchant or Trader seeking connections, will al find this bank as dealings as is in its consistent with sound banking. We are at all times prepared to discuss yeurrequirenteatswith yow and tavito consul, tatioa. lib-er- seeds . of Kentucky do not longer regard Henry Wattereon as the mouth piece and oracle ol the democratic party. If they did, his double lead en on the liquor question might hurt some iu the. coming campaign. As it is. they will not; nnd the only effect thev will have we are confident i to show to what a fanatical extreme this gifted old man has gone. He thinks he's helping the democratic party and cannot be convinced other wise although many of his and the party's best friends have told him otherwise. people Once more the democrats of the House have demonstrated t hat i they can draft a tariff bill, which al though it admittedly contains not a oblige of protection, is yet so good the other party dare not oppose it. Every democratic and thirty republican votes were cast for the Underwood cotton bill which was passed by the House by a majority of 111. The vote was 302 to 91. AN ACT FOR THE BENEFIT OF THE TURNPIKE ROADS OF THIS COMMONWEALTH. It's a mighty good thine that the Lincoln County National Comer Next to Bank Court-rJoU- Stanford, Ky. WE MAKE LOANS On approved security wheneYef "' 'comtitwiii wWrrant'iL Prefer Ace, "of course, being' Be it enacted by the general asseni bly of the Commonwealth of Ken tucky. 1. That it shall be unlawful for anyone to obstruct the water tables of a turnpike or any public road by putting a crossing, either private or public, over the water tables of a pub lie road without providing a culvert or drain pipe of sufficient dimension to carry the full volume of water that may drain in this water table or to curb it so as not to impede the full flow of water. It shall also be unlaw ful to plant trees, telephone poles or fences in or closer that 2 2 feet of the outer edge of the ditch, so that a piece of machinery may be used in making, widening or deepening them Any fencing, tree or stone falling in to a water table or rolling down from above into, it shall be removed within live days by the owner of the land of which the obstruction was a part or any person not an owner trimming trees or cutting weeds or briars, or any person placing any other obstru tion in xrater table, shall b liable for all damage dpne iby turning water into the road-beand also to a line of two dollars for each day the ob struction has laid in the ditch longer than five days. 2. It shall be the duty of the road oorseer or county surveyor or rpads to report everv misdemeanor under this act with all the evidence he may collect to the Magistrate in whose dis trict that part of the road may lay on tho penalty of being indicted by the first grand jury lor misfeasance in office, ami on conviction expelled from his office. 3. Any water table that may wash out deeper than necessary and undermining the road-be- d or adjacent property by the permission of over seer or road bupervLior, the ditch may be filled or dammed to its prober size. 4. In making or repairing any part of a public road one sixth or more of all money so spent shall be ased for the drainage of said road by making water tables and pluving culverts or drain pipes of suitable number und Approved March 24th 1910. 1-d, given to eur regular 'depositors State Bank t m Trust (o. , j eTaXTOaSffaMGIT. FLY WCJS. - SUN 5HDfr3 RQssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssh FOR SUMMER DRIVING the comfort of both Horses and drivers should be specially considered by ecunng a proper outfit of lap robes, blankets, fly nets and other necessaries from our complete assortment of piero are llgfet. hut Horse goods, strong and durable, single and double harness, admirably suited to road purposes, along with a hill line of work: Harness or the beet Quality at flat prices. FALL AND WINTER STYLES. J. C. McCLARY, Stanfw-d-. My new full and winter samples are now ready for your Inspection. They comprise the best on the market can suit anyone as to price who bad his clothes made ttf order. A suit made to your measuie is preferable to ready made clothes. To have them made to measure doesn't cost any more than ready made whea quality and fit la considered. Com0 In and let me tak your measure. Ky. H. C. RUPLEY, The Practical Tailor. J. C. Ballard and Brother. DANVILLE FAIR BIG Best pair of roadsters any age, SUCCESS THIS YEAR. of color, sex or ownership County Exhibitors Take T. II .Smiley & Son A. J. Coleman, Lincoln Their Share of Awards List Best harness mare or gelding 4 Of Winners. j ears or over Mat Cohen, A. J. ( olemnn. One of the burgest nnd bct ex , Host harness stallion J years nnd hibitions ever held bv Danville fair over T. II. Smiley A Son, Mack Association roscd on rruluy. bplen-di- d Hughes. crowds were present nil three Phnetou pony, marc or gelding, 'A dnvs nnd the rings were hotly con jenrs nnd over It. C. Cobb, N. I. tested. The awards made all three Buster. days were. as follows: Carriage horse Bet pnir horses FLORAL HALL AWARDS. mares or geldings, or mnrc or mare Dozen beaten biscuit Mis Kuth-erin- c or gelding Mat Cohen. Best stallion mnre or gelding to Dnrhnm; Mrs. T. E. Clcllnnd. Salt Rising Dread Mrs. Fischer be ridden by girl under fifteen yenrs Gainc; Miss Lena Adnm. Miss Rebecca Cook. Brown Bread Mrs. John Chestnut Fancy driving mnrc or gelding, driven by gentleman and lady Mnt first and second. Bnkcd Ham Mrs. John K. Wood, Cohen, A. J. Coleman. Mrs. E. II. Meyer. Best three giiited mnrc or gelding, Two Pounds of Butter Mrs. E. any ngc over lS1, hnnds Mrs. R. T. If. Meyer; Mrs. Georgia McAfee. Lowndes, A. B. Randall. Quart of Cucumber Pickles. Mrs Edna May Challenge Cup, present J. M. Callio; Mrs. J. II. Ends. ed Mrs. R. T. Lowndes, of DanQuart of Mixed Pickles Muss Hen ville, for the best d horse nio Wilson; Mrs. J. H. Ends. Hyears and over. Cup must bo woi Display of Jclley Miss Annie Trib twice by same owner, exhibitor or hie, Mrs. Hugh Rcid, firm before it becomes his preper-t- j Pint of Grape Wine Mrs. fisher Mat Cohen, T. II. Smiley & Son, Gaines; Mrs. Tom Cox. Mack Hughes. Won in 1010 by SmiPint of Blackberry Wine Mrs. ley & Company. George A. Hughes; Mrs. J. H. 'Kails. Roadster, best stallion marc or Pint of Rhubarb Wine J. 6. Hund gelding any age A. J. Coleman, T. ley; Mrs. George Burke. H. Smiley & Son, I. C. Jnmcs. Caramel Cake Mrs. J. D. Nichols Thursday's Awards. Mrs. James Kimbcrlin; Fancy saddle mare or gelding, any Wrfite Mould Cake. Mrs. Fannie .ngc R. Walter Bright Mat Cohen. I Nichols, Mrs. J. II. Moore. Best stallion marc or gelding to Miss Mnttie be driven Robert Dunn, J. C. BalWhite SpongeJCnk Seott; Mrs. George Burke. lard. Yellow Sponge Cake Miss Hen- - I Rest Rocknway, maro or gelding me Wilson, Mrs. Richard Cobb. any age. to be driven to same Mrs. Black Cake Mrs. Rishard Cobb; Richard Tasker Lowndes; A. J. Cole-maMrs. M. J. Dunn. . Marshmellow Cake Mrs. James Best walking mare or gelding any Kimberlnin; Miss Lillie 'Noel. pe, Walter Sanders; W. II. Hester. Chocolate , Cake Miss Nannie Best three guitcd mare or gelding Dunn; Miss Kathcrine Durham. 'l52 and under I P. Yandell, T. H. Devil Food Coke Mrs. T. E. Smiley & Company. Miss Nannie Dunn. I Fancy harness horse, mare or geld Half Gallon Ice Cream Mrs. W. ling any ngc Mat Cohen first and sec P. Wnldcn, Miss Josephine Woods. ond. Half Gallon Fruit Ice Cream Mrs i Barred Plymouth rock cock O. Robert Harding; Mrs. R. M. Camp- A. Hughes first and second. bell. Barred Plymouth rock hen G. A. Half GaU,on Orange Sherbert Mrs. Hughes. Currey Robinson. Robert Harding; Mrs. Fisher Gnincs Barred Plymouth rock cockerel Half Gnllon Pinnpple Shtrbcrt Richard Wheat first and second. Miss Mattie Scott; Mrs. Ira G. TayBarred Plymouth rock pullet Cur lor. Ricljurd Wheat. rev l(oliiii-on- . Peck Apples Bracken Tate, Dr. White Plymouth Rock rock J. II. H. M. Mash. Coleman first and second. Perk Peaches Nichols McDowell, White Plymouth rock hen J. II. Jr., no second. Coleman firt and second. Basket of Grapes J. G. Bnnzhaf ; White Plymouth Rock cockerel Ira Taylor, Jr. J. II. Coleman first und second. Peek of Tomatoes Mrs. W. H. White Plymouth rock pullet J. II. Harris; Mrs. W. C. Simpson. Coleman first and second. Half Peck Beets Jim Adams; G. Buff Plymouth rock cock J. II. T. Raines. Jennings. Clellund Hill Poultry Farm Half Peek onions Dr. n. M. Buff Plymouth Rock hen J. If. Mash; Miss Julia Kcndrick. Jennings, Currey Robinson. Three Cantaloupes Dr. H. M. Buff Tlymonth rock" cockerel Marsh, first and second. Clelland Hill Poultry Farm, J. II. Two Watermelons Jim Adams. D. Jennings. J Merriman. Buff Plymouth Rock Pullets J.H Dr. Henry M. Jennings. Peck Potatoes Marsh; Jim Adams. Bnff Plymouth Rock pullet J. H. Half Bushel of Wheat Jim Ad- Jennings, II. D. Burton. ams; J. 0. Crowder. White Wyandotte Cock T. C. Wil Collection of vegetables on farm Us first and second. Produce W. P. Givena; Dr. IL M. White Wyandotte hen T. C. Willis Marsh. George Banzbaf. Wednesday's Awards. cockerel Jim White "Wyandotte Best rforse .Mule Under Ore Tear Adams, T. C. Willis. -- Hester & Papplcs; W. C. Arnold. Silver Wyandotte pulle- t- Clelland Best Mare Mule Under one year Jpuoaas puu vuij uuu,.i jCjuo,i JHH Harris & Woods, C. S. Ma also won first and second in Silver Best Mule one year and under two Wyandotte cockerel and hen shows. Gentry Brothers; Harris & Woods Dark Drama lien G. T. Coovert Best mare mule two years ind un first and second. der threi! Harris & Woods Gentry, Blue Andalusian hen Nick McThompson Co. Dowell, Jr., first and second. Best horse mule two years and S. C. B. Leghorn cock Mrs. E. under three Gentry Thompson, Co.. II. Meyer first and second. C. S. May. S. C. B. Leghorn hen W. P. Best Mule, either ttx, any age Smith first and second. Gentry, Thompson Co., Harris & S, C. B. Leghorn cockerel W. P. Woods. Smith first and second. Best mare mule and colt each to S. C. B. Leghorn Pullet- - Mrs. K. & Woods count fifty per II. Meyer, W. P. Smith. C. S. May. S. C. W. Leghorn cock Simpson Best pair mules either sex. to be nnd Willis. driven to wagon, with heavy harries S. C. W. Leghorn hen Simp-ioGentry Thompson Co., Harris & and Willis first nnd second. Woods. S. C. W. Leghorn cockerel SimpBest decorated turnout to be driv- - son and Willis, O. T. Coovert. Best suckling either sex Allen S. C. W. Leghorn pulle- t- II. D. S. Edelen, J. II. Vanarsdnll. Burton, Simpson and Willis. Best maro and suckling J. E. Partridce Plymouth Rock W, W. Brown, Allen S. Edelen. White first and second. Open ring where nil colts standard R. C. B. Leghorn, old pair Mrs. can show Sidney C B. Meyer, J. H. Jennings. or Dunbar, Joe McDowell. R. C. B. Leghorn, young pai-rBest stallion mare or gelding one Mrs. E. II. Meyer, J. II. Jennings. year and under two W. C. Walker, S. C. Buff Leghorn cock Joe S. John Buster. Smithers, Mrs. William Moynnhnn. Best stallion, mare or gelding, S. C. Buff Leghorn hen Joe S. two years old and under three Allen Smithers first and second. S. Edelen, Mrs. R. T. Lowndes. S. C. Buff Leghorn cockerel Joe Mare or gelding three years and S. Smithers first und second. under Joujy-- J. 11. Murphy and II. 0. S. C. Buff Leghorn pullet Joe S. Hurley. Smithers first and sccimhI. Best tnl!ion three years nnd under Rliick Minorca Clcllanil Hill Poul four T. II. Smiley and Son, Mnt try Farm, Willinm Jordan. Cohen. Black Miuorcu hen Clelland Poul Best mare or gelding four years or try Furm first nnd second. over Mnt Cohen 11. O. Hurley. Black Minorcn Cockerels Mrs. Best stnlllon four years old nnd Robert Campbell, Mrs. W. P. Wul-deoer Mrs. R. T. Lovnilw, T. If. Smiley nnd Son. Black Minorcn Pullet Mrs. Robert Best roadster poney under 14 Campbell, Mrs. W. P. Wnlden. Morns Farris, Jr., won till on hands high, to be drien by boy un-15 years of ago W Hie Hughes, Rhode Island Reds, eight ribbons. -fic-gaiten. , Clel-land; I cent-Harris Black Lnnpshan cock. Mrs. J. If, Lads, Black Langshnn pullet C. S. Ly on first and second. Ulack Lnngshan cockerel G. S Lyon first and Keeond. Dark Ilrnmn cock. CI. T. Coovert Buff Orpingtou cock -!- ? C. llnrp, Mrs. Antiio Tribble. Hntf Orpington hen U. C. Harp, first nnd second. Buff Orpington pullet Mrs. Au-uTribble, It. CHarp. Nick McDowell won nil ribbon FIRST NATIONAL BANK, STANFORD, KENTUCKY STRONG PROGRESSIVE! ACCOMMODATING And Seeking Your BankJAccount. CAPITAL $50,000. ie nu Black Orpingtonj. Gnjne Cick M. J. Farris, Jr., Clel land Hill Poultry Fnrw. Game Hen M. J. Farris, Jr., Clelland Hill Riuiltry Farm. Cockerel Game Hill Clelland PouirV Farm first nnd second. Pnir Hnntams Phil Hayes first and second. Buff Wyandotte old pair A. J. Johnson first and second. Buff Wyandotte young pair A. J. Johnson first and second. Pair Geese Mrs. Richard Cobb Miss Allic Pitman. Pair Pekin Ducks-M- rs. William Moyanhnn, George Harlan. Pair Mallard ducks Oeorge Han-Pa- ir Indian Runner ducks Mrs. J. II. Ends, G. T. Convert. zhaf first ijnd second. Dark Hrnma lien O. T. Cooert first nnd second. Friday's Awards Best jack foaled in 1911 J. M. Tarkington, Tbomus Metcnlf, Jr. Best jennet foaled in 1911 Thos. Metcalf. A. G. T. Smith. Bent jack 1 year and under 2 J. It. Knox & Co. Best jack two ears and under J. R. Knox & Co.. W. P. Gieus. Best jack 3 years and oer W. F. Robertson & Co.. John E. Mav. Best jennet 1 jear and under 2 W. F. Pittman. I). N. Ewinif. Best jack, any nge W. C. Robertson & Co.. J. R. Knox & Co. Hest jennet, any age 1. C. Ilrowu and W. T Robinson. I). N Swing Best inck and three jennets to be owned by same person or firm-V- . F. Robert sen, J. R. Knox &l"n. Best pony mare and colt Allen S. Edelen, J. S. Hundley. Best boy rider under 15 years of agt Morgan Smith Baughniau, of Stanford 1st; liYiuham Ilnuzimiuu, of Danville. 2d. Best colt, either s.-- J. S. Baugli-ma- n & a;i. Green Tucker. Hest mure and sickling J. S. Baughman & Son, Giceu Tucker. Best stallion, mare or gelding 1 jcar and under 2 N. I. Huster. ia-h'oy Bonta. Best stallion, mare or gcldniir, 2 years and under J Mack Hughes. L. K. Rogers. Rest stallion, marc or gelding, 3 ears and under 4 Forest Steppe, N. I. Buster. Best combined saddle stnllion. mare or gelding, any ugc Mat Cohen, It. W. Briggs. Best Roadster mule, unv nee line Robinson, Much Tarkintton. Best combined mate or gelding, any agt Mrs. Richard T. Lowndes, L. P. Yandell. Best saddle stallion, mare or gelding, any age Mrs. R. T. Lowndes, T. A. Smiley fc Co., Mack ' Hughes. Open an Account With us TO-DA- Y. SURPLUS $25,000 AT THE NEW GEM THEATRE HIGH CLASS OPEN EVERY MOVING PICTURES ! 2,0f NIGHT Feet of New Picture Every Night For Only 5 and 10c STANFORD. KY. REftL BARGAINS We have about 50 Men's and Boy's Suits, light and medium weight. We want THE CASH FOR THEM The Original Prices on these fuits, $7.50, $10 and $ 1 2.50. Today and as long as they last you can get them at $2.50, 3.50 and $5 the suit. . 000000000000000000000000000000009000, I 1 1 he Cheapest Everyday. Clothes You Ever Saw. I . .1 CONCRETING In position to Wir inea Block. do til klndi ol Work. FaTemonU w con moke njr thing Irom nd. In BOOM down to o looc pott. W ran rr Ton promptly and soarantn work and material. Call and if t oar priow bttor yoo bay your material at laait. ((. OrM-ela- PHILLIPS BROS., 8Unford, Ky. H. J. McRoberts Stanford, Kentucky. HsBBBaVlH MABBBHalaBtBSPrVBM - OONT BE TOO sENEROU8. tilth the cement, lime, etc, you get from u. Hemember taat all our build lng materials are raucn stronger than the ordinary and you can therefore use less than ordinary quantities. If you like we'll tell you Just how to mix them to get the best results at the least cost Come in and ask us. J. A ALLEN, StwiUrrf.Ky. Bring Your Prescriptions Here To Be Compounded When ' 4, s ft ant Produce We AND HANDLE LIVE AND DRESSED POULTRY, Er.G8, ICE, COAL, WOOL, HIDE8, FUR8. SALT, LIME, GINSENG, FEATHERS ETC. your physician has pre scribed a medicine (or you to take, the nest Important step is to have that prescription placed in tho hands of a thoroughly reliable and competent pharmactit so it will be compounded esactly as directed. We have gained an enviable repntation (or always being very careful and painstaking In our compounding and (eel that, In all justice to your own good health, you should bring your next pretcrip tion htre. Here, too, you will find a complete and Inviting display of toilet articles, rubber goods, soaps, perfumes, toilet preparations and all standard remedies. For Interior decorating we carry and fcommend ALABASTINE, tha beautiful wall coatinf. Call and see samples of tints and ask us about it. PENNY'S DRUG STORE. Stanford, Kentucky n. dr H. B. Northcott. T. K. Tudor. Mgr. PHONE 153. 3,'g iyi e,?J.m - 1 .',,', fc- -- ,,:JJ,I. yi. . ( 'rxae ,4Mtvrwtv vM-iimimn'tmi""t- - .iiawfr.n. .- - THE INTERIOR JOURNAL. tf STANFORD. KENTUCKY. TUESDAY. AUGUST 8. 1911. J DOORS OPEN 7:00 fii ) .MORS OPEN 7; Thursday August 10th Children - Adults - - lO The Coronation Of King George The 5th, Of England Come. At The Stanford Ipera House THESE PICTURES SHOW THE CORONATION. THE ROYAL PROCESHAVE SION. THE STARVING PEASANTS. Etc.. THE PICTURES BECOUNTY BEEN SHOWN IN STANFORD OR LINCOLN NEVER BRING YOUR FRIENDS. FORE. 2 SHOWS. COME EARLY AND VALUABLE BANK 8T0CK8 FOR SALE As exexutora ot T. J. KoMnson, wo will on Monday, August 14, 1911, be ing County Court Day, beginning at about 2 I'. M., In front of the court houso In Stanford, Ky., offer at public rale for cash In hand the follow. In shnrcg of bank tiotk: 12 shares In tho Fourth National Hank, of Columbus, Oa.. he book value of which It $346 per shars, and which pays &n annual dividend or 20 per cent; li' shares of the Merchants A Mechanics' Dank of Columbus, Ua., book value 1201 per share and pays 10 per cent annual dividend;:., shares of the Na. llonal Hank of llustonvll e, Ky hook utlue I137.S7 per share &nd pays annual dividend of 6 per cent; 20 shares of the Commercial bank and Trust Co., of LoutsvlJJe, book alue 1108.80 per share, and pays annual per cent. dividend of MKS. M. U. KOUINBON, J. B. PAXTON, Kxecutors. The Genuine Thanhouser Picture Show Open Every Night In The Week. i.i ,&f' " II, t r J.. Pciinv is tnkinir a short va cation nt Crab Orchard SnriniiS. Dr. W. N. Craig has bocn ou tUo Dr. M. M. Phillip N in Chicago hick list for .several days. Mki: Itelln Drnnv lias returned visiting Jim brother for fow days. N. Y. Mrs. V. II. Anderson, of Paris, ar home from" l.nke Chatitnu'iua, Jones, of DativJIIc, was afternoon to be the rivt'd Thursday Sunday with relatives. guest of Mr. and Mrs. Ocorgo C. Oiv-n- s over S. Alcorn is in MmdlcsUoru on K. tit their country home. legal biiidnesf. Miis MaUlm Hubbard and Mi.su J. S. Bkidmore, who is employed M. Joe Hubbard of KicbmowL and by the C i. Railroad visited home-folk- s Miss Ethel T. Hrackett, of Stanford, at liighland Saturday. havo been the guests this week of Mr. and Mm. W. A. Dickcraon, of Mi"M Miiry Hubbard of the Wcm End. HomcrHiit, Ms8cd thro' here Katiirdny Alius Kioma Napier, of Lebanon, on their way to vinit rvlutivot t Junclimifcjjnd Miss Ronellu Hall, of HrjantKville. Stanford, are visiting Danville relaMInhch lyetm and Mury D. Deck, tive. Danville Jdcsscngcr. of McKinncy, Jtud Amin Chancellor, Mis Annie lce Kubanks, of Stan- of Stanford, uill leave Sunday for ford is the pretty little guest of Mitts their home after u viMt to Mrs. J. Llnellr Kubanks, on Hie Uncaster W. Dn-- ;. Somerset Times rund. Danville Messenger. Mr. and Mrs. It. L. Smith, of Hock II. T. lllunkenship orders his I. J., rustle county arc .'iiests of relatives changed from Ktowah. Tcmi., to nt l'rtnchetnville. Louisville where he has been Iranr.-lerc- d Mr. E. C Walton, came up from by the L. & K. Orlando, Fla., Satunlay to npcncl Mr. Dan Klkin, of Lancaster iipent era I daya ith his children, Miss several hours here last Friday Lucy Ta and Claiborne Walton, lie MissJUaxy Zellcr of Eubanka and fore returning to the land of Oranges Miss Lucy Francis of Lancaster air he ran oer to Lexiugton to make the guests of Mr. and Mm. J. T. Cum a short visit to his brother Col. W. I'. mins at his home on East Main Walton, Kditor of the Lexington Herald. dreet. Dr. L 0. l'eaion wife and two Dr. V. 8. Klkin of Atlanta, Oa., has been the guet 1 Mnt Chitrlotlo children, and David McDowell, of Warren and family. Dr Klkin went Sclniu, Ala., have gone to visit friends nt Fmincnce after a pleasant visit to Iaiicant r Friday. Airs. J. N. to Mrs. Pearson brother, Ilcv. D. M. Mr. CarneiUon, and Saunders nro (.pending n week ut Walker and wife. Mrs. W. W. Walker, of Pleiisniitvillc, Ala., is still here Driirging Spring. Kcv. Walker, her son. They o with Miss Charlotte Warren ha return-came through in Dr. Pearbon's autod from Cincinnati, where she ha mobile and "ill return the same wny. been taking up some special work ti J. C. 0buriic, of Kuoxille, '.pent art. Sunday with his finuncee. MUs haH returned m Miss Dora King N"ll Warren. SuturduV Conner-Journher home in Gum Sulphur "after n contained u splendid picture visit in Stanford of Mis Warren. Master Will Heinhart is the guesi Mr and Mrs. Charles Winder, of of Iuk nunt Mrs. Wm. Scott in Dan- IlilstoiiMlle, brought Kev. Dr. Sviuer-lillA. J. Adams nnd Mis le.-.,iville Martha Saeray made a busi- Itciil down from Huloiii!le on u Miss Dr. riglitM-eiiitour Snturday ness trip to Crab Orchard Friday. hnldinsr u splendid Mr. and Mrs. Kmil Von Allman of Soiuerville is ut the llustonville meeting l.ouisville are guests of Mr. and Mrs Presbvtpriiin church and niauv souls Von Orucnignn and other relatives are beiiic broiurht into the Kingdom. here. Mr. and Mrs. Sam J. lturch and Mr John N'cviut. of Lebanon Junc- two children, of Chattanooga, Tenn., are here uith hi mother, Mrs. Mary tion itf the guest of relatives here, Harry JleiuliMrt attended the Dan-il- e llurch and other relatives. Mr. nnd Mrs. Finest Warren, of fair Friday. parMr. and Mrs J. 1!. Cirtis whu Middlesboro. are guests of her and Mrs. Joseph Dalluii. been in, Ilcthaven, N. C. for ents. Ilcv. have Miss Kloi'-- Heazley, of Jacksonsome time, are minimi; back, to old ville, Fla., is the guot of relatives Kentucky and order their I. J, chang here. ed to Waynenbtirg. Mr. nnd Mrs. J. W. Gaines, of Prof. I. C. liocley whose serious Lawrenceburp, were guests of Mr. illness was mentioned, rested com- ind Mrs. It. M. Newland last week. fortable yesterday and in holdim; his 1'hey are spending some time at the Crab Orchard Springs and motored own. Danville Messenger. down here. d Mis. It. M. Newland goes to this week to visit her aunt Mrs. Elizabeth Simmons. Itny Wharton, of MitchelUburg, was here Sunday to fee his aunt, Mrs. W. C. ilrinstead, who was so badly injured in the accident Satur day when her horse Miied nt nn amo. Mr, nnd Mrs. J. C. Hays are bavk from Crab Orchard Spring, greatly improved in health. Carpenter spent Sunday 11. C. with his sister Mrs. Homer W. Car penter nt Shclbwille. By Lydia E. Pinkham'5 Miss Willio lv. MocKer. oi nne llhiff. Ark., is visiting Mrs. T. A. Vegetable Compound "lorlsi. HL "Xwiih to let oyery dm Kiee. Leo Huplev is back from ins vacaknovwhat LrdlA E. Pinkhsm's reme-atea nave aone ror tion hpent in Kew York and othei tf li Be. I or two years eastern points. Iauffered. The docMis Kate Waters has been quite tors said I bad ill of inflammatory rheumatism nt and the only remedy was the bun the home of her aunt, Mrs. T. F. georrs antic jar Spink at Colesburg. Her mother mother bousht me Mrs. RhoV Waters is theie with Lydia E.Pinkham's her. (Vegetable Com- I pound, and today I SHORT LOCALS. sa a healthy wo-(man. For months II suffered from in- Wedding presents at Mueller's. lbUHsaUon,awt yourHAnaUte Wash ro v llers no- Your Lirer 1111s hare no equal rs a cathartic. Any ono wishing See the Coronation of King Oeorge proof ot what your medicines hate V nt the Opera House Thursday done fr ma can get it from any drug. gist or by writing to me. You can use right, August IDtlf. my teitlmonlal in any way you wish, ana 1 will be glad to answer letters." Wn have n buver for a farm ot Mrs. Christina Heed, iog Mound St, nbout 100 nures well improved and l'eor(a, IU. on pike. If you have anything near Amotber Operation Avoided. this, list it with us. lluslii'x 02tf Stanford. New Orleans, La. "For years I suffered from severe fomalo troubles. Finally I was confined to my bed and Tin Lmlies' Aid Society of the the doctor said an operation was neces- Itiilililn Christian church request ev- sary. I gavo Lydia K. llnlcham'a Compound a trial first, and nrv Imle who is u member of that was sftved from nn operation. "Mrs. ciiunhto be present" there next Sun Lily Wsykoux, 1111 KerloreoSt,Xow day nionuiig ut 10 unlock, r'caso Orleank La don't fail to come. The gWat volumo of unsolicited tes. tlmony Vonstantly P"riB ' proves llo. J. T, Chastecu just cimc'ud roucluslvVly that Lydliv K. Piukham'a id u reial scrncc at lllutn'o Gin, Vegetable Compou.id Is a romnrkablo The mody foAthoco dUtreiwlng fonilnlno theie being two confessions. Clsfrom wlilcb. bo nuuy wouxu sulfur. ineoliiig still goes on at Dluo Lick. PERSONAL and SOCIAL (1. HAIL For 1.S0 per acre I will In sure your tbacco against loss or damage by hall. You should have It. n. M. Newland, Agent. Phone 168 rv service nt the Prcsbvtc- rian chuich Wednesday evening nt 7:15 o'clock; subject: "Truth Inde structible." lar nppoiutment at Fatrview church Tt,.r. A. fi. Cokcr filled his" regu Snturday night, Sunduy and Sunday night with one addition to the church We had quite an interesting meeting. Our revival will begin the 27th of this Laura Price. month. DEATH OF MRS. ADAMS Mrs. William II. Adams, aged 30, died at her home in Rowland Satur- day night after a lengthy illness of tubercuolsis. She s survived by tin,. liiiktt'Kiil nntl fun children. Mrs. Adams was a daughter of the late Hubert Mencfee. She was n the Oliristian church and was esteemed bv all who knew her. Alter services at the home on SunW. S. Pish represents only t"e oest day afternoon conducted by Mr. J. and strongest Insurance companies. C MeClnry, the remains were laid Lt him ketp yuu prctecteJ. 34 tf to rest in Goshen cemetery. mem-li-N'pf ul c. e re-iv- nl The Harrodshurv and Blue Grass D. Burton the eaw mill man, hu" finished threshing and is sawing fairs this week and Brodhead n MILLEDGEVILLE. again at Ottenhcira, and furnishing week. lumber and shingles to the trade. He Good second band buggle, for sale hns just completed a bilill of 'J.OOO t G. W. Lunsford, of Shelby City Robinson of Bovle, at bargains. Pence Bros. leet for Jake bougie of Duve Knmiple 22 head of to build a barn to replace the ono For Sale 2 palm, Mrs. E. T, sheep for $2.50 apiece. destroyed by fire recently. Ueazley, Stanford 67 IT Lafe Morgan sold to Greelev Lutes S shouts for $45 and Morgan will sell Col. James Guest, of Crab Orchard Cow and calf; cow clveB For Sale. ard. is attending the Danville fair. five Kallons of milk a day; calf three 2 more sows and pigs. T. A. Rcynierson of the Hustou-ill- e weeks old. A. I.. Uauiaer, samora He bus n large assortment of new community sold to Lnfe Mornnd witty sayings nr.d is jokes gan several barrels of corn. hi wary lriends us oniy Mr. Johnson, of Louisville has Books for your state and county lie can. Danville .dv acute. taxes dre now ready. Plense call bought troin Coon Russell his house I W. L. McCarty, sheriff. and lot fir $475. . BprtMn ( tto veaMrf und settle. TAm hw ir van U brt ut torrun Bill u ! Hezekiuh. Young is digging a well Srm ,hi M itpf-- 4 lo W Mwik4. TV a H a S1 4MM u4 wir ,,ttr tfrlri ?rouuw Wanted. About a dozen head of for Mr. Montgomery. inwtwl ltftmu rawnn. w4 r iummr Ul.iet t tw boJ IrvailMrai. pmcntwri H tenuity slock to qraze. H. C Carpenter, Dodd Rout has been covering part to ft hM irorw fWrl ftU1vwcl ftlft 4mji 62-- tf mm. 4 tftMrft r4iiw Mnmwiwir UfttiTirBV at Lincoln National Bank. of his house. J rw Hum Catarrk Cur. iMaikKund to Xi lfSMio. Ofcj. i ito ir cttrMiiiftl nirt has Doss Cruteher's mother-in-laIn nrilor In pnmnlv With the DOStal m kn U um aum. U M um kMMii, JNM M ft lMU'W II toU ft'lfftMtr tm ito kl4 luwf In regard to mailing papers to been ill but is some better at this i M1 na r rat at tto n TKrt iw. v.( MM u kJH to ftotft. SftW subscribers who are in arrears, we writing. lor UI .wann rftftvl1. Uiltoi.itft CO. will be compelled to discontinue a Born to the wife of Mr. G. U.I CMKNUT M Inrpo numhpr nf nsners within the IM IU--nrnftftMft. TM. l . ' ?M " next few weens, ii you are in ar Pruitt a fine boy, George King. James Andy Daren, of Danville vis rears and desires your poper to conMoving pictures at opra houfe tinue, kindly settle for it at once. ited Mr. Ji).hn Myers last week. GS-tS9-2- Andy Gooch is one nf our prosperous farmers' who rises early nnd works lute. With n wife u model of industry and enteiprisu to help him, a good woman in every sense of the word. Our old land mark W P Steph I enson is holding down tho ticket office und freight depot ut the L. & N. It. It. also the pot oftico of which he has been n faithtul servant for I quite a number of years. Dr. Mor ris, a splendid phytficinn holds a lucrative practivc. Billy Fields, our local mcrphant, continues to offer bargains to the people besides look Mr. bnmpson ing alter his lurm. docs nothing but work hard, make lots of money and looks upon the bn'ght side of every cloud to sec the silver lining. In fact ull the peo ple in this locality are sub stuutial citizens. We have no attorney for that class of people are too smart to locate in a place where pov erty and want will be their master Willing; you and yours every suc cess and I hope the morning of your life will be buoyant, the noonday vie tory and the evening calm and "cr cne. Your old Subscriber, T. C. BALL, Mayor of Maywood. -- mm We have just received a nice line of Curtain Goods in White and Ecru and also Drapery in all colors. Prices From 10c to 25c per Yard. i. H HUGHES, MARTIN & CO. Stanford, Dry Goods, Notions. Shoes Ky. ili nl w 1if Opener followed by a shoe enables you to deposit grain in the furrow at a uniform depth. The drills have proven a success and we recommend them. Call and gft circulars and become posted. THE NEW FEORM- -A We sold last year several New Peoria Grain Drills to be thoroughly tested in every way. The new Disc Furrow keen ,i I W. H. Higgitis. Stanford, Ky. You Cannot every night. SUB Itich-mon- FROMAN OPHrATION tUW tu-o- n, HgAnv JUDGE HUGHES TO RUN Wanted Bc&rders at my home on FOR CONGRESS AGAIN East Main street; terms reasonable. airs. W. Land. Stanford. 63 ( Harrodsburg Herald.) Follow the crowd to the opera Although the election will not take house tonight. phice until November, of next year, there are several gentlemen mentionHERE'S A BARGAIN. ed who, it is said, will try conclusThe Interior Journal and tho Week- ions with the Hon. Harvey Helm for ly Cincinnati Enquirer onc year for Among those 91.30. The weeklr ICnqulrer Is a splen his sent in Congress. did farm and family paper. This Is mentioned are Judge Jere Sullivan, a great bargain. of Madison county, Hon. W. J. Price, af Boyle county, Col. James Hamilton, of Gurrurd "county; Sainton Howling, of Anderson county, W. S. lturch. of Lincoln county, and Judge toB U Gilbert, of Shelby county, a son of (J y George . wms imiliniis MM the lutefilled a Gilbert,inwho so.cred-itablto, that body. seat is aaS S ysua 1 mg. Otn ma m ewty pn MWmpmj vmak 1 hough it does not come from tho Judge hiraselfoe nrc told by one 0a ISSUS a MtwUV Mftftt V. very close to him, that Judge John V BUS ftvin SkMS A rM at M4 hkl7 ssstSIUM) prW- pwy swMkSss SMftarsS BMftna a Hughes, of this county will, at the sSfttt. eartaln ttnnl unun Ssr ya n nroner time, announce for Congress. m nstwKi xmf.-.'W- r sM tet tad- - Judge Hughes was a candidate in naaa roe rwrtoiaowi M mm uill 11)04 ami his prospects were very for with BOX LA-29- 3, COVtHGTON. KY. bright but he was stricken in tho midst of the malarial campaign, and, acting under the advice of several physicians, withdrew from the contest. His health is now perfect and it is almost a certainty that he will try it again. a WANTED -. f.r CINCINNATI MARKETS " Veg-etab- le Cincinnati, Aug. 7. Cattle Receipts lljj market quiet ut estcr-dnv- 's decline: fleers 3 2.') (a 0.25; 1.25(a) heifers $2.25(0)5.1)0; cows 7.25. Hogs Receipt" 2,321; market steady at yesterday's generally price: packers 7.40(7.55; stags $4 (h5.75: common sows $5(710.75; pigs Re DETSY'8 POINTERS! and lights $4.50(7.55. Sheep "Molly and I agree tnat counter- ceipts 2,020 head; market steady nt quiet nmUtecdj feit money and substitute goods il.50fJ3.50. Lambs und 10(ffil5c higher at $37. come from the same parents. The coin nnd the goods may very closely MAYWOOD. rowemble the genulno but behind them You Is neither honor or nonesty. In renewing fo- - his subscription will find no substitutes, only the Coffey lo tho I. J., for tho 'steenth time genuine of standard quality at lion. Thomas C. !all jots the follow ft Coleman's. vilIce Cream ing notes fiom his thriving little Now Is the time for that Muyvvood. Freexer and Water Cooler. We have lage of This little Mlluge holds its own them. The farmers have all threshed their COFFEY & COLEMAN, Prompt Delivery. vv'ieat, Corn crops are good. Mr. Phons 198. ... -- Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Morgan of Junction City were the guests of Mr. and Mrs. Lafe Morgan. Mr. D. V. Jones, of Indianapolis. Ind., has been visiting Mr. C. Russell. Mrs. Frost spent the day with Mrs. Lizzie Hail last week. Mrs. II. Young who has been 6ick for a long time is able to go ou a visit with her daughter Mrs. Lunsford nt McConnuck's church. Mrs. Charles Douglas, and Mrs. James Sheurin and family of Indianapolis are visiting their sister and relatives here. Miss Josjah Compton has been visiting in Perryville. Mr. J. F. Vanhoop was in Danville' last week on business. Mr. Delbert Morgan has returned home after a pleasant visit at Junction City. Mr. Oscar Vanhook of Maywood has gone' to Indianapolis. Mrs. Caldwell, of Hendersan is vis it ing Mrs. V. Burke. Mrs. Armstrong and Myrtle Morgan went to Junction City to seo Mr. Minor and family last week. Several from this place attended the great fair at Danville last week. Mr .and Mrs. Ira Moser, Mr, and Mrs. Lafe Morgan, Mr. and Mrs. Hail, Mr. and Mrs. John Moser, Mr. and Mrs. Purdom and family, Miss Olgie Myers, Miss Myrtle Morgan. Mr. Lucien Myers, Mr. Walter Moser, Mr. Oscar Iunk8 nnd other went to tho home coming at the Sycamore church on the Big Fork Creek last Sunday nnd they reported a grand ' time nnd a good dinner. You are invited to ntend the reviv-nt the Morelnnd church which begun on August 6th. It is being conducted by Hro. L. C. Brink from Indiana. Miss Pearl MuKeuzey ,of Danville is the guest of her cousin, Wnltf ul Change That Face, But You Can Change Your Clothes -ON AUGUST 16th 17th WE WILL HAVE WITH US A SPECIAL REPRESENTATIVE OF ONE OF THE BEST CLOTHING HOUSES IN THE U. S. HE WILL HAVE FIVE HUNDRED OF THE NEWEST PATTERNS OF FALL WOOLENS. WE GUARANTEE YOUR ENTIRE SATISFACTION. CALL IN AND EXAMINE THE LINE AND SEE i t 'I 4 i i '! HOW THEY LOOK. MAKE-UAND THERE WILL BE NO GUESS WORK AS TO iiDW YOUR SUIT WILL LOOK WHEN IT IS MADE. OUR TAPE LINE IS READY FOR P. YOU. ! 1 Aikeus, .i young man of about 15, died nt Mr. Buckh.un's last Snttirdny- of consumption. His funeral was preached by Hro. V.. meter, of Moreland and ho was then laid to rest in the MeConunek's chuich cemetery. - Moser. William Cummins & Wearen, & Stanford, Kentucky. I -- ys. k THE INTERIOR JOUffWAL, STAMTtm BRING KENTUCKY. TUESDAY AUGUST & ISM. THOMA&C.CHAPPELL. Low Cuts -- THE FARMERS sc-iFor Sale. Uo.)il .N'orthen rye. See or 'phone ine Silns Mcsscr. Morcluid K. F. IV p. 1. iMiM fll-- 4 V" J i'nt Ilua.vrt' it o W. L. Fjin bought two calves frnsi W. IF. !wugli for 3. For Sale Farm of 132. neres; new (house, barn, .10 acres under A 1 1'. 0. fence; HO under plow. GO-'. Box 1118, Stanford, Ky. Hxtrn olenil nnrt nice imre Arintor turf onls for peed. See- wimples nt Lincoln Xntionnl Hunk. '..00 bushels for snle. J M. Keynolds, Waynes-burd s. ME YOUR PRODUCE - At A m GREAT REDUCTION SUMMER PT rvPuTWP yyy At Hl-- 8j - COST SAM ROBINSON Stanford, Ky. 218, Stnnior.1. Ky. IMPORTANT For Sale or trnde for live tock, linct on country rond, threo miles from Crab Orchiinl. I. 0. Itox 78-ne- 002 NOTICE!! SEE ME At Once atid GetMy Prices on MASON'S FRUIT JARS Those who have entered or who want to enter horses and mules in our catalogue sale September 7th will please bring pedigrees and description and see Charley Lutes or myself by not later than August 10th. We only want good finished stock J. H. BAUGHMAN in this sale. FOR SALE! Choice ram lambs, blred by an lm- ported English Shropshire nam. These nre the low built bloeky, brnitd back, largo boned fellows wltn wool everywhere wool enn crow, nt far men price. Couie write or phone, SG-- t E. (3. Ulckley Stanford. Ky. GOtf 30 cts per doz Crab rchard' ITL. UailUliflWj Kentucky. Quart tin cans, QAWnPUQ BLUE GRASS FARM FOR SALE! Without any excue except It Is too large a farm for one man. 1 will offer ray farm of 200 acres for nale privately. It la located on tho Ilustonvllle and Middleburg pike, three miles from Ilustonvllle. This Is an Ideal farm, level and productive; 35 acres In meadow; about 50 acres In bluo crass; plenty of firewood and dwelling house. post timber; tenant bouse, barn, a new four-roo3 hen houses, ever- crib and stables, lasting spring and stone sprlnghouse, plenty of stock Mater, One orchard, GO bcarlnc trees, well fenced. cash Trice, 55 por acre, In hand: balance on easy terms. Como and see this good bargain for R. M. TATE, yourself. R. F. D. 1, Hu'tonvllle, Ky. six-rooone-four- th 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. FL OUR! ' SMALL FARM FOR SALE! Thirty acres on Xeal'a Creek, adjacent to church and scboolhouse. bouse and Comfortable tb.ee-roobmnll barn. Price reasonable part cash and balance oneasy terms. Address owner. CHS. t. WILL80N, GSS R.F.D. No. 3, Stanford, Kv. FARM FOR SALE! We will se'l at public auction In front of the court bouse, in Stanford, Ky. on the second Monday In September at 2 o'clock P. M., the farm known four and a half miles from Stanford en the Ilustonvllle pike. This farm contain) one hundred and fifty acres, one hundred of which Is In line state of cultivation. Over ono thousand dollars worth of locust poet can bo cut from this place, also a lot of walnut lumber. A splendid stock pond fed by a never fallng spring. About sixty acres of this farm Is especially adapted to the raising of hemp and tobacco. New, five room house, just completed. One mile from church and school. One large tobacco bam, built last fall, also good stock bam. Ten acre of young orchard. This tg a splendid home and muit be Rpcn to be appreciated. If no ea'o ia made this farm, will be rented on the same date, to the htgnest bidder year of 1912. A. D. ItOOT. for J. H. Baughman & Co. STANFORD.KENTUCKY. . CLEAN UP SALE OF -:- - OXFORDS ! We have cut the price on every OXFORD in the JJ ; J House. MEN'S WOMEN' AND CHILD- - REN'S. I W. E, Perkins, '"l&HSSP MONUMENTS OUR DUTY to our departed it plain. We appropriate JMEMORIAL ever Wild erect an their Cmti resting place. A monument u not expensive unlet you care to have it so. Our work u unsurpassed and considering quality, is very cheap. We have a large stock to select from. tj 55-t- FARM FOR SALE! We will sell privately a farm of about 130 acres la Lincoln county, Ky., one-hamile from Crab Orchard, nicely located, mostl- - bottom land, very productive. Kvery acre tillable, an abundance of stock water and especially adapted to corn and grass. Good tenant hous0 of three rooms on farm. Terms reasonable Apply at once to. f It. II. Uronougn, Agent lf 49-t- ' z Wm. Adams & Son. Lexington, Ky. ADMINISTRATOR'S SALE! 4yvv. 142 N. Broadway, J ' US a ice, I sJBdeace, and place yourself in a position to get the latest market quotation at any time. This can be aconniplinbed by means of our le'epbone service which you and your neighbors can get for a sum that it) small compared with the uouefiUi received. Call or address our nearest office or write direct to .ead(uarlers, Nashville, Tenn., for information regarding our special "Farmers' Line'' rate. If you are un at present eujoyinij telephone service, we can immeduUely Interet you. Our linen cover the Mates of Kentucky, TeuueAjeo. Mississippi, Louisiaua and ll. Rntitheru lmrttou of Indiana and TELEPHONES. RURAL your homo as modern for your family u Make JCR. FARMER: m;.T;. EAST TENNESSEE TEL. A TEL. CO. (tKOOkrOMTM As admlnistator or Thomas Ferril, deceased, I will on Tuesday, August 15, 1911, fit his late residence about two miles from Stanford., on the Lancaster pike, sell at public outcry his personal property, consisting principally ono ono buggy mare, 1 pair of aged mules, 1 ugei horse. 1 Jersey cow, soon be fresh, 1 Poland China sow, 1 Jersey belter, 2 shoatg, household and kitchen furniture, farming utensils about 6 acres of growing corn, etc., etc. Sums of 110 and under cash In hand over that amount, three months' credit on note with ggood security, bearing C per cent, interest from date of sale A. T. NUNNELLEY, Administrator. 584 week witli I). K. Moon. Also Kd Kubunk5 wlut ha boon visiting Mr. Moon hn returned to Ludlow. s Maggie aud Kliialicth I'nx; are visiting tit ir mint at CoMiigtou. aboe. Hotb. farnu. will be sold TKItMS. Tims Etlciii, of Mllislmn: was in n six In that sweet land of peace and llive. upon a credit of tlii- - section for it few ilny.s. In IS months and months; Written by her liiere. d In IS months. For the purMrs 11. Youn who has been ill MARTHA IIHOUOIITON. chase money, the purchasers will bp Hince Inst full called on her required to execute bond with good n snr)rie and approved Beciirlty bearing six rer IN MEMORY OF GRANDFATHER Mr. Fred t"lihnii and family have cent interest from day of sal? and DISHON. haing th0 force nnd effect of a returned from Illinois lifter speuitius Judgment. Didders will be prepared mouths there to comply promptly with thu e terms Dear grandpa has pnssnl into W. T. Mcdirr halnid by his crops F. A. LAND. Master Commissioner ffprmtv iriltll ivllnm... lli..r 7 in. Mini )lacd his teams on the road Casey Circuit Court I 'v ...w.. . MIIVTI'OXIPIIV , Allnrnor fnr' miirp " . . ... rf ... .......... ...... ntfiirn in innrtu vi...v ti'.nm hauling gnu el ... Mrs. Siimvji Wnrren, of llurgin NOTt Immediately following the It bos been thirteen yean since I sale of the home farm, th0 under- bad seen him for my txireuts moved spent Inst week, with her Mister Mrs. signed as administrators of thc es- toMissouri when I .vas lite )enr iMnrcie . tate of It. II. McAnlnfo, will offer for old and both died there leininj,' broth Mrs. Fannie Dunn has returned sa e ten shareH of st.ck In .the FarmDeu: bomc nfter a vears' visit with lirr ers' National Bank, of Danville; ten er nnd I to mourn their shares or stock In the National Hank prandfather left Ills, wife and cbiK unushter, Mrs. Smithwick, of Louisi-nnof Ilustonvllle and fifteen shares of dreii, gniud ehiblreu. nnd great stock In the Farmers Deposit Hank oi tjrnnd ehiblreu to mourn his loss ai- - i Dr. Hezrkiah Vounv, our tu(oi Middleburg. W. T. Coulter nnd John woiiey, nu M. Our dearest one has ii.s the water witch is diccinir a well for inlnlitratois It. 11. McAnlnch. de- ,j,ps r,.,s(, , n, er wlliri. Mrs. K.llen Mnnt'cinncry. Dr. Vming vyj .. . ceased. III. ..... ... I. ns nearer i nis Iuoine .1 laau smn faith is uNo strong in the water iir ing gold. So weep not loved ones, witch scheme that water is alremlv NOTICE OF SALEl weep not for him, for our loss is hi lising from a powerful stream in tho Lincoln Circuit Court. :ain. The sweet assurance, Ions en cawrns of the earth. We hope soon August Bence, Plaintiff, vs Fontaine durance and .1 home beyond the skies the Doctor's faith will be hist in Fox llobbltt Defendant. Oh, his home on earth is lonely for smht for he is too useful a man In Pursuant to a Judgment rendered In his face they can not see, but they be away fioiu his medical practice the above styled cause at the May can all remember how kind ho used nnd other aitful sciences. term, 1DU, of the aJoresald court. to be, but the home hell reneh ts Prof. K. L Onibbs of Junution City the undersigned commissioner will on j ,,,,,;,.,. t),.m le (m )m t,arth F(, tilled on our school Tuesday and I, ni, .,., ,H SaU)pr M,0 ui(I(s found Id children pret.eiit nnd nil aiUMJAI. AUU. H. 1911, County court day. at 1:30 o'clock. P. Itll,i j.,Wnls from liirth. Oh. Ii..w Imp seats filled to their capacity. M., in iront oi too court uiunu uuur to meet the Saior who does so K. M. Swcanngen went to see his III Stanford, Ky., sell at public out much for us. We should keep the mother who lives four mile, west of cry to the highest and best bidder loiiiuiaud he sites as, ami in him put Moreland last Sunday. the following described real estate In nil our trust. Say dear mother' to .Mrs. Akin, wife ami son. Willie, Ky., Lincoln county, the children, here's jour fiithci's va- oi Somerset, after making a visit to A tract or land situated about two cant seat, but put jour trust nlnno Wilmore, stopped a tew ibijs with mllt-- a from Crab Orchard. Ky., on the in Jesus, do your duty, inner sigh, l.er parents .". M. Iluehanan nnd wife Crab Orchard and Somerset road lor there is a day a coming, when Little Willie hnd been desirous of uounded on the North by the lands fneet him in the sky. There nil! uniting his grandparents, all sun mer on the Kast by the of Jumea Wlllard; lit; no more parthu; and no mote we'll Aiter seeing all of his relations in lands of James Clark, on tho South Wu will hate peace this part of the country on Saturday by the lands of O. W. (luest, and on sa ygod bye, j'lid kUit with our loved one in thc mornin? death laid its icy bands upthe West by the Crab Orchard and Somerset road, containing sixty, (CO) sky. Dearoues look to Jes'us, dry on lum, reliovciug htm of his suffer.Miur fears and weep no more, fur ing and misery, also inakiier sure Ihti. acres more or less. Tortus. The said property wl I be the one we Jove sa dearly now rests lair one's eternal home with flod and nil the "tvire in heart" shore. have sold on a credit of six months, and tito that Written by his rranddaujjlitcr. preceded bun the dark rivel t.f the purchaser will be required to give death. Withe was n gotxl boy nnd SADIE. bond tor tbe purchaso price, with per I ii v intellectual (towers were nbove sonaJ security approved by the Coin' the average. Tuberculosis of the mlssloner, tho same being payable to He Nm4 One. Baa "Jack kit a strong face." He throat had been preying uptm his sya him, bearing six per cent Interest from "It hli to be. You should kit I cm for some time and it wns evident dato of sale until paid, with lien w!fe."-J- rt Wertk Record. on the land to secure the pay lo nil t lint his time was quite limit ed, .vet deuth waH not expected to ment of said bond, and the same to have the force and effect of a Judg soon. He was H yents llmonlhs ment. nnd 13 (by old. Th puros. of said sale is to satis Cured by The Marvti of The Century. The fiuiornl wns preached by Rev. fy a Judgment rendered In favor of B. . K. I). I'almeter, of Morelnnd. Interfar Sfl Years. , Hawking, spitting-- foul, breatk, dis- ment in McCormnck'a church buryplaintiff against th defendant for the sum of 1100, with six per cent inter charges of yellow matter permanenting ground. The parents und relaly cured with pure Ilotanlca) est from Aug. 10, 1908 until paid sub- eats. To prove It we will sendIngre4 1, tives have our. sympathy nnd kind you a ject to a credit of S10 paid March 10, 8AMPLE TREATMENT FREE tst regards. 1!11, and tbe costs of thlg action, es CATAKItll IS NOT ONLY DANOKIl-OUbut It tlmated at 135. This July 10, 1911. a decay cause ulcerations, death HAPPY MARRIAGES. of bones,. Kills ambition OKO. D. FLORENCE, M. C. I O. C. ofUa pauses tosa- or appetite, and Are the result of. knowing the taws of T. J. Hill, Att'y for Plaintiff. aohcs to geaeral debility, Idiocy and health nnd nature. All the knowledge insanity. It needs attention at once U young man or woman, wife or Cure It by taking Botanic Blood Balm Fine Blue Grass Farm Fof Sale! (B. B. B.) it is a quick radical perma- daughter should have, is contained in nent cure because It rids the system the People's Medical Adviser by It. Situated on tho Stanford and Often-hel- of the poison germa that cause entarrh V. Pierce, M. D. This big Homo pike 3 miles from Stanford; nt tbe same time BUod Balm (B. B. containing 138 acres; 85 acres In blue B.) purines the blood, does away with Doctor Book containing 1008 pages grass; new bouse of six rooms, bard every symptom of catarrh. B. B. B. with cngrnvinp.8 nnd colored plntcs wood finish, smoke house, hen house, sends a tingling flood of warm, rich mid bound in cloth (nearly 7,00,00u cellar, cistern, at door, one hundred pure blood direct to the paralyzed copies formerly sold for .fl.fiO each) bearing trult trees in one mllo of Un nerves, and parts affected by catarr- is sent PKFE to nay one sending ion church and in three hundred yards hal polsou, giving "Warmth and il stiuups to repay cost of ot school. Tbe piaco is on Creomen strength Just whero it is needed, nnd III There nre route and hn a telepnone in rosldencu In this way making a perfect lasting wrapping nndpostuge. This land growu nno tobacco wheat, cure of catarrh In all Its forms, DI'.IM no conditions to this offer and the QI6TS or by express, U PElt LAHUK reader must not nsbocinle this book corn and alfalfa. Wl'l sell for one third down balance DOTTLE, with diiectlons for home with tho advertising pamphlets precure. SAMPLE SENT FltKE by writto suit purchaser. Call or write W. F. DIshon, Stan- ing Blood Balm Co Atlanta Qa. Des pared by qunckb throughout the conn Co., Ky., Route 1 Uox cribe your trouble and free medical try. Address 002 Washington St., ford Llnco'u advice o'ven. Sold by Bbugf ts and Duffalo, N- - Yi 41. fcpeut am hack in business at our old In loviii',' rrmcuiberanee of our stand on Somerset street;, next' dew-t- o Chnppnll dear mint Mix. Thomas Greer.' Shoo and am paylnq the wJin died till ttaneaHter Doe. 10, ! 1 0 prices for all kinds of counmarket (lone but not forgot ten. try produce, coqs, chickens, feathers, Dnrliui; mint you lime left in, beef hides, raas. bones, etc., Come Seven Ion?, month since ynu have to see me and I will treat voti right: Koiu". W. P. BUCHANAN. Stanford. Kv. lint I know you're Mifo in lion von, Miiijilin with the happy throiig. COMMISSIONER'S 3AUE IJ It liiitty- - bunds nre folded, Her vnrk mi earth i done. Case Circuit- Court or Kentucky Her trii!- - nil are ended II. If. McAnlnch's Administrator noid Heirs, Plaintiffs vs It It. McAn- I ler heavenly ermvn is won, lnch's Heirs Defendants. 1'nxt hue Mifferiuj;, pimt her pain, II) virtue or n Judgement and order t'euse to weep, tenrs nre viiin of sale of Caser Circuit Court render(I'ulm the- teinM-ii- l of your brcaM, ed nt llio Mnrch term theroof, In the nbove styled cause fbr the purpose- of i oc she who suffered is nt rest. Vet ajtain we hope to meel thee settling the estate of It. II. MvAnlnrh, deceased, I shall proceed to offer for When our day o nearth has fled, sale to the highest bidder nt public Hut in Heaven with joy we'll preet Imtcry nt tho residence on the thuv farm, about ono mile smith of Ml. Pa'cm on the McKlnney nnd Wlinrt" titk fnrewell tears arc shed. pike, on Saturday August She U quiet nnd still, nt Infit. nil nth 1011 nt the hour of ten o'clock, a nw, farm lying In l.tncoln County, Ky., on 'the wnterB of Pln Lick Creek nnd How busy and restless she used to bo bounded by the Middleburg nnd Mc- I tut now she can neer come liaek Klnncv Turnpike, the lands of (leorge I know, McAnfnch. Hlchenbaur. Mtlford Kti- bank nnd others and containing too IVar, Dear nuiil I loved her so. How often I haw- - hoard her snj, acres known a, the Mack Wheat fnrm Also at th0 residence on the farm When, she wns not alone, upon which the late It II. McAnlnch Dear children take mother's advice resided nt the time of tils death, about cne mile north of Middleburg. Ky., And meet mu in home sweet hunt.'. on thc Middleburg and McKlnney pike Weep nut for n.e dear loved ones vain. i..... .... r.t1 .' .u,.wo u i,.,,, . w. .viiimuitii For in that shining country. home farm of said If. 11. McAnlnch, Ill meet you nil ngain. deceased and de.crlbed a follows: Lying In Casey county, Ky., on the JuM cross the silent river, waters of Urecn fllvcr. and bounded by tho Inr.d c! Win. Lucac ' . 'I Co'ii- - Over in that heavenly laud Where there is no pain or partitiv't ler, J K '.nifty, lames KIr'ph. it ley Heirs ami ctherB cnntali.tng There we'll meel find's ehoM-acres by survey. (For more purtlrn-M- r hand. description of both farms refer Weep not, for them Hint wern.no eneo Is inadp to the Judgement.) I will first cifer this larm In eight more. , ..'.. i rP subdivisions n.ul then as a whole. ne - iU'..,.., ir..iiM.w mc tuui iu lUl'llilK Ulill uitl And know she has gone In dwell. tho estate. I 1 - Want A Firm' tral Kentmekys In If you do It will pay you to wrlto-us- . We havo n Krat,aiRy desirable, farms of fertile productive soli, lo- cated through Central and North-Oto th0 Inrgent, with correspond' Ing prhtom Oood plkem. spbsndld schools, deslrnblo nelghboni, convenient to railroad facilities, wnU tmpreved bluo gras lamb. . Secnil exchanges Wrlf,i ji8. tho- kind r- ICMrJll RV. MilIT of farm you want and 've will miuI CXXVO.'. LEBANON KtNTUCK-Y- . list. sins, fmtn.tlu anmtlest r? j) Bigger and Better Than Even (u SSiSSiiM. AISSSVJVL, , fr - Kentucky VTJL State .4 FAR: at XOUISVILLK.... SEI'TEiMBER' tl 12, 13, 14, 15,10..,1D11.. - my, THERE ! WUX .XOU 7' - THWLLLNG FREE ACTS DAILY FIACING - - LIVE STOCK SHOW Ii'INE" HORSES - - GOOD MUSIC CLEAN MIDWAY - EDUCATION COLLISION SATURDAY MOItK CLAMSKS AM) LVRIiKIl PMUUVMS For InforiTuitlpn.uccatnioftuo write to -W- - ILA-D-ON ?xlav!.. nLr:i" PERRY M. SI EY, Secretary No. 320 PnutJones I)ultdlm BOWEM. CONGRESSHANHELM. Finds . GAvernmtnL. is Wasting; on Axmy Posts. iW-llo- ns lieu Uubn and fumily of llrumtleld last ,r .Mi-.- one-thi- rd one-thir- one-thir- n.-l.l- i. .... ....... ... h-- Itiis-.cH- a. t..L! Washiiigtoji Au,;, Hurvey llebu, who has heeudo in? his best to divorce the tVitnl States aimy from poliln-- , received some infoimntion Tluirsday from the War deiartmeiit which hu believes jBM's long wiiis to ard proving his abortion that millimis of dollars ar wasted every jenr on useless army Ihroiigh jMdiliful "pull". This is V"-- ls a statement of the amount of money frpviit mi army posts since lDOtl in States width. have representatives on the Military Alftiitx Commitlce of the Hennte nnd House. Thc totul amount expended for new eoustruotiou and iKiir of militarj iiosts in that iier- iod was. $39,108)00. of which .fj",- tl.16,5l9 wns Mvnt in states represented on these two committees. It is regurded as cry significent by Jlr. Helm thut the largest amount oi all H.b'II.OUii hii ss-n- t in Wmuu- ing, the slate of Senalor Warren, who was chairman of the .Military Affairs Committee of the Senate for several jears prior to .March I last. These facts will be laid before th. ' House Committee on Kipcudilures. in the Vnr Department, of which Mr Helm 'a chairman. , ; ,. MACCABEES. A. C. Sine. Deputy State Commander Stanofrd, Ky, STANFORD TENT NO. 7. .Meet : 4U : Uceday : Ntgan t: - REPAIRS MADE ON ll Motor Cars AND ALL KIND8 OF Machinery SPECIAL TOOLS TO ORD&ft OOOD SERVICE AT FAIR PRICES BEST EQUIPPED. MACHINE SHOP IN THK BLUh. GRASS. ha-joy oer DANVILLE MOTOR CO. DANVILE. KY. 123 SEtXCTRtC N. miH m J. L. Beazley Oo S UNMRTAKER ALB ER IN S. Catarrh A MAL." MAT-TING- S, FURNITURE, RUG. TMY'WILL EXCHANGE FURKtURK FOR ALL KINDS OF STOCK. GIVE THEM A CALL. RIGHT. STANFORO, t : S RIO4' - J. C. iit McClary w .'r-" 2 .5r fim. one-cei- I UNDERtAKER AND EjfaALMER STANFORD, Office -- My pna-w 'Pkoai ;(7. UouL . . a, t k.... ... 7 - rjiilrilUliUUBjJfir)C a, .. mif . r1lWll 'ltiii" - ,,"''" - - i"n-- -r - mk . . ifc . - ai! toStiii pspMwnpnw9OTVpiMMaata4Hipw)njt Tfavw llBpyf - e fcj, I .in iLTUff 1 r riw- -