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The Stanford interior journal: August 11, 1911 The Stanford interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images Shelton Saufley Stanford, KY 1911 int1911081101_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 11, 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. 62. , '"74' STANFORD, LINCOLN WAYNESBURG. COUNTY, KENTUCKY. FRIDAY, AUGUST II, 1911. EVERY TUESDAY AND FRIDAY. HARDIN WILL NOT RESIGN AS COMMONWEALTH'S ATTORNEY '' ARE A new-paper YOU A LIVE ONE? that does not car-- rj the advertisement of every busiVarious Reports Have Been Circu- ness house gives a wrong impression of Hint town to the. world ut large. lating over the District And And everv busfness man who docs Candidates Been Busy. not carry some advertising is responsible for thu fnlsu impression Deports hnve been circulating over and conaetpicntly injures his town's the 13th .Imlieial District for the prospects just that much. No town past week or mi that Commonwealth tan ho ulive without live business Attorney Charles A. Ilntdin, of Mer- men. And n live business man let cer county, would resign from his the public kuow nil ilm " that ho position, lutvitif? already liven declar- w onthe job. Exchange. ed the democratic itoniinee for Circuit .liutje, in tlii district, and being ANDREW F.EVANS. without opposition, Judge Lewis I. Wulkcr having declined to make the May Become a Missouri Court of nice on the republican ticket against Appeals Judge. liiiu. it ' The Interior Journal linn it from mighty reliable source that Mr. as Commonllurdui will not re-iwealth's Attorney ho iin to permit mi election thi fall to fill the v which will occur when ho steps to the higher office. Hi- - friend believe, it it understood that the con succession mii!lit grow let over the to stir iii so warm an bitterness and this is cruelly what Incy don't want with the -- talc elee-- t on on nml every democrat needed lo be in the best of spirit- - and forji hard fight. ini Air. Hardin will be elected .Indue I lie second Tuesday in November and the new governor be elected at the -ninn lime and will be inaugurated (lie second Tucsilav III December. Mr Hardin will not be compelled lo ipiulifv as judge until the new gnvor elected, the leual niithontin lor ample mi this oiul, mi that the iictI being which hnu' been consulted, governor of Kentuekj, Hon. James It. McCreiiry will make the appointAttorney ment of a Comiiionwi'iillli' in this district to hcrvc until tho uext regular election when tho vacancy will be filled by election. vti-ca- m KING'S MOUNTAIN. Clurcncc Carey remain very ill with fever. The children' day at the M. K. success, and t Lurch was u ii lare crowd wu present. We wni.t to cordinlly thank Iter. Combs ntid wife and F.linboth Dye for the good training they gave, the children. Dr. C. M. Thouip-oii Tin. Kiiiisas City Post, of ret cut issue contained this notice of. u former Lincoln county man, alio ha steadily risen in the world and seems destined for still hiyhei honors. Helms many relatives still residing hero who are very proud of the record In has ta.idi: Judge Kwin was in Stan ford a few weeks ago 'Hid was giv-- u warm welcome on nil sides. The Kansas City paper sn.vs: A a reward for his hind work in the campaign last eiir when he ran tor major and was defeated, the Democrats of I In1 city and coumy it is reMiilccl, will niter the cuiiduhi-cof Judge of the Kansas City court ot appeals to Andrew F. Katis. It i generally understood that Judge I'. J. Ilroadilu now holding lie place will not be u candidate again next c.ir. This will he thu only wictinev Tin tcim on the appellate bench. of otticc i seen yeais. Judge ..vans sacrificed hi- - business inteiest when he accepted the nmyorality .candidacy la- -t year. He tool; it against his own wishes when defeat looked almost inevitable. With tho chances of a Democratic victory in sight, the party leaders will take this means of rewarding Judge Kvntis for past Fcrvicr y pro-bably CALL FOR CONVENTION. was at New Bivcr Tcnn., Saturday on busmen. W. C. Drown and wile huxc return td home after a pleasant visit with friends and relative-- . Ijinra ItigneJ. Mccciu and Magaie llorton nf F.ubnnk- - spent Sunday villi Mrs. (leop-'- e Kignev and ntien il the children's day. of Nicholnsville, Mr. Kastbiirn. wa here to see hi best girl Siuuluy Kllti l.each has recovered from n long nick spell. Jillte n number of people went to High Dridge Suudiix. All report .i good time. Sonicix-- l i Zi'.ln Johnson with friend, here. Mr. Hill ltlack litis returned to hi. home at Kloyds. Lyiliu and Durniss 'McKce havu vi-- it l clil rued home after a plea-ati. Lexington mid ' nl lii.uui. Mr. John Iturrii- - and wile f returned home Mnndttv after a few du- - with J It. Mrs. if i nt Mo-I'e- e. Hill ici Ite.vnold. - - Iiililduc. a w.l new Mr. Tliouia n nt .MeCiiuic business hit veck. W. here Then will be a meeting ot the democrats of lineolii county in iiiii- -s Convention at the Court Iluil-- c in Aug 1'--' l'.Ul Stanford on ut 2 p. in., for the purpose of scheme; dclegntcs to the Deiiiticratic Delegate Stale Convention, which is to be held in Louisville ou llic'J.'ith day ot August Mil I. me the purpooo id idiiptiug and protniilvuling a pl.i-fon- u ot principle, for tue guidatico of Dcuiociatic ciiudidatos and of the partv in the appro. iihnii; campaign, to be followed by November Hlectluil ot It'll, and at which election a State ticket and meinlicrs of the licit General uie to Le elcctci'.. All known dcmocini-.- . all iudepcud cut olcr and all minor- - who vil! be lentil inter. h the November elc tiou, l!M I. and all voter- - who decline a puipo-- c ot affiliate with the dim" cratn puiti in tin uct Mate cleclmi. of l'.MI. are to pair.eipate in -- aid tin Conveali.ii' and to lie Couut elected dileuntc- - to the Stale ( Kvin lotcr in Luuoh: in the county who - iliteie-tc- d of the Democratic ticket in the next State election should be present ut -- aid County (omentum and give hi aid in selecting these delegate-t- o represent Lincoln county in tho . Yours truly Stntc G. L. Penny, Chairman of Democratic County Commit Ice of Lincoln County. ly iCim-utiim- Pcrkin. a itirectoi'ii I'niteil Slate! Steel Corpora George - of I ici .did one of the men su'd to have allied in uvirting financial disaster il'ir-in- g the panic of 1l07, faces the alter native, of answering questions to the House Committee on inquiry into the Cnited Slate- - StecL Corporulion. bearing on hi- - pcrsntwl oamp.iign eontril'utions and Mich contributions by the New Yoik I.ifn Insurance. Company or being cited befnru the of ll- - Collsti--.utionf Judge and of New Me.ico after its people vote on the proposition to make its Constitution easier of mendment. provi-iolis Stale Tbe New Mexico-Arizou- ii hood bill was passed by the Semite "' to lt. It provide for Tiux-dnthe aulotnalic tulnii ion of Ariu'iin atter it citizens vote on the rcejill n, bar of the House of llcpre-cntativc- H with prison as n possibility Has Qood Start In Lift. A chicken with four distinct leg baa been born at Heuiall. near Selby, Knglsnd. Tba bird Ii quite healthy and lively, and certainly It seems wall equipped to do some vigorous scratching Many Rtbbtra Hid Ingenuity. An unusual scheme (or robbing a gold dunp was dlscorered at Noma, Alaska, a few days ago, when Inspection was made ot a dump that was thrown up three years ago. It was found that robbers had sunk a bole through tba top of tho dump and sluiced out all the inside, leaving a hollow shell standing. It Is estimated tliut In this manner the thieves had obtaiued 15.000 drags herself painfully through her daily tasks, stitrering from backache, los of appeheadache, uervnii-nes- a, her tite and poor sleep, not know-in;ills ate due lo kidney und bladder tumbles. Foley's Kidney 1'ill give mid a prompt return to health and quick relief from pain and misery sticcgth No woman who so suffers can aflord lo overlook Foley's Kid-i.e- y Pills, or salo by Shugnrs & Tan-tie- r, Stanford. : a Suffering Woman Hay fever asthma and summer colds must be relieved tpiiclv and Foley'n iIoiihv and Tar Compound will no Stewart WW Wolfram St., it. F..-Chieiijjo, write: "i hnvc been givat-l- y troubled during the hot slimmer iionth wth hay fever and (hid that bv using olcv's Honey mid Tar I tet crcal relief" MtiliV oth ers who suffer similarly will be glad to benetit by .Mr Stewart s experience. Sold by Shugar & Taniier. Com-....ii- Oklahoma nnd Arkansas. Miss NcIiIgREAT SEASON AT DICK SCUDDER IN THE Tohnston, of Lexington is tho guest I MONEY IN BIG STAKE. CRAB ORCHARD. of Mrs. Win. IJiirnctt. Mrs. T. 15. The MasonV met at Wayncsburg i" recuperating at Dripping Crab Orchard Spring is certainly i Lincoln County Colt Makes Fine Saturday afternoon nml Mr. II. Cur- - .Tragic Affair In Markshury Section haingthobigost season of its career Show In National Saddle Other Late News From Over (Springs. diml" for lis rode the "Masonic ' ' Horse Futurity. rrom the opening in recent years, The Line. tho .'Jul time. After the initiation Liai of the season on Juno Li to July ;il, El s nbundnnt supper was spread. Thu tin Liitovln county continues to hold AT BRODHEAD FAIR. 40 days right nt 1,100 guests regis- wives and daughters of tho Mason-icrvc- tl Lancaster Aug. 10 her own in the fair rings and n ' UCrcd " J""' '"' '"' liv!,,.. nl Mi.u tlil. n.,.. OO the supper. o?i wtti) opnut WUM .UOI. piptMulo Mr. und Mr A. II. Morgan spent Markshury was accidentally burned Lincoln County People Expect to A- - ovcr' ,1 !9 pt?1; 7'"," when Dick Scuddcr of McKinncy cur jO) ..ore, rVa Ivcly I Sunday at High Hntlge. to death Friday night. The deceased ..... . liol off fifth money in tho National r. jwouiit make me nrrivals there ,,:1 """ " Thirty two others bought tickets no ract, 8c, n tragical death was ictcd those of last jcur nhotit fiOO. Saddle Horse Futurity nt the ltlue 'the daughter of Mr. Coleman Hicks to the bridge nlso. flrass Fair nt Lexington with a School began Monday with u very f t,js COunty. The interment was One of the biggest crowds ever Every room on the place is lnlmlilul ctl for the the first time in u quarter chestnut colt by his great stallion j(1 the Lancuster cemetery Suturday. good nltcndancc. seen ut the celebrated Urodhcad fair AH Pcaiine. THerc were exactly of a century. . It. Uoocli and J. A. .Mcssm. Kldcr F. M. Tinder is engaged in a is expected to be on hand next wee's PI colts entered in this great stake, Allen, of Somerset spent tvituniuy two week's revival at Kirksville. vith It. Curtis nnd family. John W. Francis bought a horse of 'I1C Kt,"n(1 ,Ja' lms 1,cc'1 designated CHURCH OF CHRIST MEETING. the value o which was $3,000, so that fifthnoney was a great honor Mrs. II. II. Sinidcton snctif a few W Arnntil for lie nUo Lincoln countv dav and nil of Lin Kvnngclist W. 0. Itotarts, of Kemp and was worth to Mr, Scudday- - with her husband at (Hennery, purchased a horse of Mr. King of Icoln is expected to turn out on that III. will begin nseries of meetings dcr. ' Tennessee llryantsville price private. LccaMon. Next Friday's paper wil! for the Church of Christ, meeting Hester & Pcptfles, nlso of this Miss Itcrtha Hooch npeiit Sunday Mr. Tnvlor Miilhns, aged liO years ', ..'. ..ill. ....- ....... ....... .1 .' Kimilernii .1....1 ijuui; HOIIIL'lllV OL JlL'UIk UIDL'U&U i''e the Urodhcad fair edition of the ou Lancaster street, Sunday morn- county, took ffrSt money with their .... I...- ,... mi ir- -. w. .... .. uu;,, ....:.' i.t..i ..p i?.... .1: (livens Mr. Harri-foi- d I'rcstou und ftimi ill hi home at Itrynntvillc. ' ' " "'" coninin tac iirai nays ing at 10:30 o'clock. Day meeting l.orsc mule colt, and W.-'l of the Shelby City neighborhood Mi-- have returned to Lincoln titter u - award" together with much interest- - will be held in their regular meetOliver McKlroj of SpringMsit to Johnson county. iichl foiinerly an employ in the (Vn- - inj- - iuformatioii about the fair, Hrod ing place, nml nt night in tho court tool; the blue ribbon for the best dis- housi) at 7:110 P. M. Mr. Huberts is play of farm products nt Hie foir. Miss Maude Drown is teaching us liul Keconl otlicc was united in mar- - I ,,,.,, ir iIlilu,tric,. tj,,, j. j recognized u one of thu best evangc She mitre in Danville to l. II. Tong. of I.. a mighty good school nt KMi-oThere were ten monies in the Sad .. mil ..! .licld mini Mr. II. I. II ankcnship will und nil tire invited to hear tile Horse Futurity, the winners bel.as enrolled 70 . rtiirihf.lielil. lfii - (. - I . ... ... be at the fair all three dnys prc- - him. people" away ilouii ificintinir. ing as follows: The 'V heic nt Wa.uicsbun; wi-- h to speak I First Jlildrcd King ch by Dour-bo- u . Arnold ha sold out his iivc-.- 1 I'.iieil to receive subscriptian- -, adver job work and lo "write up SPLENDID WORK few words to our neighbor.-- at I,- King, dam by Dourbon Chief Jr. Horace IC. to Mc.-sr--. Millcdgeville. If they will only enme erndon and William D. Walker. The cvcrythinn of interest that trans- FOR THE MASTER. Speakes Dro., Dourbon Co., $403.00. flow n hcie we will show I liiiu i. crop new firm expects to purchusu a com piles. The premium list for the Second Dcntity Spot, ch f by Hev. J. (I. Living-ton- 's meeting at Dandy Jim, dam by Ilrnckeii Chief ot corn, watermelons! apples und 'plule line of good, tine hor.-c-s, (Continued on 'Jnd Page) hug .Monday motniug M. I). Martin, Cvnthiann, Kv., $370.-4.'- i. Mt. Zion clo-c- d peaches and potatoes that tire coital etc. with splendid result. There were, to any Millcdgcvdli' crop. 43 ADDITIONS If yuu'.v,,. ;, 70 additions to thu cluirch during tire it doubting Tliom.i- - we can cit John M. Mount was rminftillv hurt Third eh f by Bohemian King you. 'iid s.vi'ielv bruised in- - I'.iiinc. ti ..... Secured Bv Rev. Ed. Hubbard at that period und the membcr-hi- p was Hugh Tnrkington." Danville, l.-yrctttly revived. Rev. Livingston Mr. Lena llurli-- on iuipri'iug (ili porch ut the rear of his hard Fourth 'Day filly by Low HighMt. Moriah. i ....... -- joule. i it.. :. uil n meeting nt Mt. Moriah on Mon land. J. L. (lay & Son, Pisgiih, Ivy., i.ih-, ill- in- i .i.ii ...ii..llllllI'oliv lluhhlc - on Hie -- ick una in a sling as u result of the nc- $203.70 Mt Moriah, Augu-- t 10. liuv tiftcruoon next. v, t in. to. Fifth ch c by All Peavine, It. S enjoyed the oiii .Mr. nml Mr- -. Jo-c1'Hclp- - and MILLEDGEVILLE. Mr. and Mr W. It ll till- - lilen-lliof I. en rill" Itro. V.i. Itllli. Scuddcr, McKiuncy $148.18. "little -- on J.C. spent Sunday will mice the engagement of their daugh bard preach at Mt .Moriah. Mr. Hub- Sixth b f by King Chieftain, S. .Mr. Deinp l'llelp- - at F.ubailk- -. M- i- Kdotl Dlllbour Mason and haul is or. excellent nreneher. Mr. Potter Sandidge f.old 'Jo acres C. Carpenter. Millersburg, $92.01. The Miss Maggie McCoy of Cineiu.iuli ( William Fox Logan nf Wilk.-lm- rre Idoor of the Christian church are of hi farm to Mr. Joe Wright of Seventh Coronn, ch f by Bourii- - visiting her mother Mi- -. Jennie ;l'eiinsjlvania. the wedding to occur 'dosed nwiinM him and he ha been this place for .1C an acre Mr. bon King. C. L. Kerr, Lesiugton, : MP,.r 111 "ic fall. 'holding nieeting at Mr. Alfred nndidgc will build a house an the $92.01. "'"? J he- -t With fot your paper Newell Fox. who litis been living Ittuch's. A large crowd he.ird him other part of his farm and thereKighth ch f by King Chieftain, S. I remain, Miss Peggy. in Oklahoma for -- ewral jear- - has Sunday. He litis secured 43 additions fore will not lcive thi neighbor C. Carpenter. Millershurg, $74.09. lclurned and accc)tcd a position as to hi 'church. The meeting will con hood. Jsitith ch c by Judge Collins, W. BABY KICKED BY HORSE. manager ot uie large livery un.l sale t.nue until Suiidav night Ami. Mi-- s Lcla Ddle June- - hud the for- L. Mountjoy. Lawrenceburg, Ky., fho little LI mouths old sou ol R,a"' "l' '""' " ' r'v. f ' Mr John Horry is very ill of r. tune ta find a little chicken in her $53.57. '"ville. Young Mr. Fox i a sou ,,l,0i,l fecr. Hi l'ricnd' all hope igg basket the other day which nnd .Mix. F. F. Itadgett near Tenth ch f by Ited McDonald, W 1" Saunders, Millersburg. $37.0,"5. iKidd's Store was kicked in the head f J,r allJ M,1 J,'s-'- ! '"ox of Ihh? for ti speedv recoverv. had hatched out the night before. lflu.lt. "Matt" Iki-tMiss Mabel McChiru has begun her Sunday Aug-- C b a hor.--e and sc wa". is recovcr- Mlss butie Simp-o- il gnve an in- - inn from an nllnek- - of rheiimiitwni. The doctor suid that ivcrely hurt. school at McCor'mack and U now E. Tutt Burnam died in a hospital fonrse luncheon Saturday, Mr. Tom Hutchison is visiting bin progressing nicely. the wound i.-- not ftitttl. Thu little Wl!" in Baltimore Saturday, where he had morning from U toll the honor guest parents here. He i reviving from Miss Olgie Myers lias returned been for some time. He was referco .fellow is doing nicely. being her attractive cousin .Miss Jo- attack of fever. His friends arc home after a plensnnt visit with her in bankruptcy at Iticlunond and McKINNEY.' sic Powell af Hnstonvilln. gjad , sce h;m iook;nj. so welj sister Mrs. II. Nicholson of near brother of A. It. and It. R. Diirnara, Lawson and Drown bought '0 again, Lebanon. nnd an of the Legislature head of 1,02j pound cattle of Lee Mr. John Hough has moved hacK A wifo and child survive. He wn Lust Siiliiiday Mrs. . A. Coffey Kankin at I 'J cents; 2'i to (ireasv Ridge, Do not nllow your kidney and well known in this section. delightfully ciiteittiincd a tew relat- hogs of .Mr. Fitzpatrick at .fti.10 and Mr Ynntis Snigleton spent Sunday bladder trouble to develop beyond ive- in honor ol Mr. and Mi. A. M of Drown tho reiich of medicine. Take Foley CLASS ADOPTION. llifte. The following were among Sii.'io nml of Lee Rankin Sanders ut nt Mr. John Jlutchi-ion'- s at .tO.40. UK.ber of our bus and girl Kidney Pills. They give quick retho-present wereMi. Cotfey, Mr- Morelnnd Camp, No. 11003 Modem niU'inic.1 tnc ciniiircn s Hay at King'. sults nnd stop iiregularitie- - with Nannie Coffev. Mi-- s Mvrlle Cot'f.'x.V ., . : .7. eour.-- ' :"""'"-" Woodmen of America will hold n ' c vuncneoti at :. euuieu promptness, or sale by au report a goo.i siirpri.-in-g ""' Mi-- s V0Mma,M x7 Stihra Coffox. Mi. Drya.il. . class adoption. Friday night Aug. time. Amonji those were "rcc Mrs. M. Lc Pin..- -. .Mr- -. ,.. Sallie Cof- - f",VV' sue "'".."" to the apiirotichingi Jtiss May Deatherage.that went War- Shugar. & Tanner, Stnnford. 11 at 8 o'clock. AH members ure iucu .. icii up . ... .. ' Orithia . . urcged to present also members of ..-f i terry .. .Mis ley, Jiis r.inniii irriiir-ill lliwc h.tno liu..i. ...! iiem, ura nnu The 47S Slate banks of Kentucky sister camps are fraternally invited " Kn,.... M- i- Ivit r,.rr..v M- i- Ifotli.. '" '.n .rtic iiutclii-o- n m. rox Logan, ol Wilkc-han- c, DeMllotm.r,. VTrtril Lavo $101,942,133.37 ,, . I'n.. Messrs. Hubert assets. to be present. Hubert Ford. Consul. . r.. . ici. ....i.. i. f ii.u ciiuir seiicmii iiscu was p:n ami Oukes, and Ivon Dutt. (I.ioch ami Mr. Jim Al- green. Tho-- o Mr. W. It. who partook of M- i- Miss Lula May Holhir ha- - returned Gen. George W. Gordou Commund- TEMPORARILY SATISFIED. len, of Somcr-- et .ire -- linking hand-wit- h .McHobcrts' were MU-e- s i,omi, from Louisville. of the United Confedertheir many friends here. Nancy Walker.. LMnn Kavannuiigh. Mr. David Ooodpas-to- r has ate Vctcraus, is critically ill. Ho Mies L'iin and Mary Keck re- Sophronia Fox, Miuy Doty. Noiina back from Phoenix, Arizona. come k suffering from acute uraemia and turned home Sundc.v from n visit to Flinore, Annie Maigarct Klkin. KNie School began here Sunday with an general breakdown. Somer-c- t. ttieir fister at Morrow, Sue Shelby Mason, and Mi-- s onrollmeiit ot :i(i pupil- -. Mi F.l-- ie Mi Derlhii lline South Wiiu-hcAlary Uurton ol Louisville. Singleton is leaching the school thi Foley Kidney Pills will check the !ter, K.., the attractive gue- -l of .Mis-.Margaret and Joan Mount jenr. progress of your kidney and bladthe Mi c Oooch. entertained at a nurse luncheon in )ni-o- n IV. . I,. was a visitor der trouble and heal by removing Miss Cecil (Jooeh of Somei-- el i.-- l. ........ ..r t;.. i.'...i.i , ii ou ."', ' V, " , ' V the cause. Ary them For sale by popular visitor of Dr. Singhton ,"""'.: the Mis. Mary Durton ot . The friends of Walter Warfield Sliugars. und Tanner nllll wifl. '.'r' Vor-- sIn(1 lo llt'"V ,1,i,t ,,B is oni Miss Anna Fishh.ick who has been , ,',' . '. Aruonu tin week. ' "V1 THE WONDER OF THE AGE. the popular und ittractivc guest of', "'"' 't -- ' lnble ,,,K'r''t"ttM , alter - a fine younp man and i cent Catherine Murpl.v left lo visit Swann's Kidney and Swann's Stom1'' ",,,'"in f, !0 l"'"."'1 r"U iMiiuilnr in Ibis community and ssssssssssssssssssssK friends at other points, much to th U"tthS ,S; J-- l JP f i ach Remedies. VV" tr,"' - A- - 'f"1"1'- - l' lll rCCCIVC 11 heillty WelcOlllO I,.- .- ....,..r,.,w tro.n.l- - sl... -- otouof Swann's Kidney Uemedy is the !"'" - ,0 l),",",, lamb- - at .i cents back to Lincoln. I...r.. liltlltU 1,'",n "O'H'rt leafer ,ri J.tll pnund i . firit on this globe to bring kidney i i .Mr. Neville Lee altenileili the Dun . cents, trom IL J. Itur worms from man, woman or girl, Senator William Frvc. of Maine, Uille rair last week 7fi j"'"":1 ; from Mike Hay died ut Lewiston. Me.. Tuesday. Sen and these worms come in their urine is on the sick t'"l'?li Mr. Font ssssssssssf aXsUssssflt ' pound at . cents, troin Jnmes ator IVye was ono of the oldest Mr. J. I). Woods' daughter wus treatlVjt ,nl- -'" n.emher- - of the Cited Stat-- s Sen- ed for kidney troubles by able phy" 'r"; P"U" Mrs. Iiswcll and chil.licn arc n:',e- ' ,,P sicians nnd these said all had beeu """' ,,u' vanmev wi" U' ,illl'' b V . noine again after u pleasant vi-- it 1" H Democrat. L"mb "' done that could he done in this ease, '" atlr," J t ;il. II... Iwonefolls Dr. l,.-wIniiib 5 cent. und she could live but four or five ,. ,. , lost u vurv fine milk cow last week, 'I", i'. i'. linger ,01 iiuiiuugioii. KENTUCKY FAIR DATES unys longer Sho started to get well I liiKili I t sKt niiiiin. ' ., fl. Ilfia from the first dose of Swann's KidTressures In Chlese University. ,.', The following p.-- tne dates tlxed '"V8". ney remedy and today after two The Unleratty of Chicago poMsa for holding the Kentucky Katre for ,',,,;s Virginia doodloe of Sp.iu- -- IM1I us the Oiyrhynchus fragment of tha Oos years Mr. Woods said she was the as reported. Ofticers nl pet of Mark, found ten year ago, r"'M h,ls ,,l'f" visiting her brother W. lairs arc cequcsteil to eport to us healthiest child in his fnmily Free Mr. and Mrs. Fred any omtBloiis or corrections of dales which dates back to the fifth century. I 0- - Ooodloe. testimonial by Mr. J. D. Woods of days. It baa also tbo first Oreek New Testa - Neighbor. - , of Louisville are with Mr i.exinKton, Aiisuat 7 Waynesburg, Ky., It. F. D., Na. 4. HuBsell Springs, Aug. 84 day. ment given to the world. Issued by 'and Mrs J. Jt. Dourne. Mi-s- .Susie Unlontown, days. This new discovery is sold ut Pen Erasmus In 1516; also the first one Cruis, of Shclbwillc. and Kathleen TnylorBvllIe, August August 81 days. ny's drug store. Mrs. J. A. - Hanley, of Nichoh.sville, ?.,!d- J? .Con,Pulrn1 J01"":!ure guests Hnrrodsliurg, August S 1 days. Marie When you spoke to papa, Smith of Wilmoru hud stomnch tio" which came from a Bpanlnh press lu Vnncebiirg, August days, 500 In the of Misses .Miiiii and Den Drown did you tell htm you had IB14, but was suppressed until 1S21. blc for 20 years, she had tried munv August bunk? Mrs. Kmmii Hush und liltle grand. h'lrnbethtown. August IB t days. Lawreuceburg, days. remedies but never wus cured until Tom I did. diiughter Kthel Dean Dash of Kich Leltclitlehl, August 154 days, Loss of Time Meam Loss of Pay sho had taken Swann's. Mr. W. A. Marie And what did be sayf mond are visiting Kev. and Mr--. 0. llurksville, Augut 111 days. Tom He borrowed It. I'ujmer, Wilmore, Ky., It F. I) No. llrndhend, August 16 'i days. I'. Hush. Mr. und Mrs. W. J. Kern Creek. August 16 t days. 1.. I wish I could let all people kuow Kidhc. tniuti' ml ih it i daughter have return HliepUerdsvillc, Alignst and liltle 224 day, PUBLIC SALE!! just what a wonder Swann's remedy hived i. cm- - lo." tm rml -I pay w o their home in Middleshoro itfter London, August 224 dnys u, when two doctors did not help to nmnv i workic; mt I M. I'.- - .if. a isit to the Misses Kinnaird. Krlangcr, August 231 dnyB. my niece of kidney trouble i got a Little Pcium St., Strealor, 111.. Mr. and Mi. James June- - nml lit- - l.lherty. August J't a days. August 21 :t days. bottleyof thi- - wonderful remedy und I will sell at public auction on was so had from kidney and bind- - tie -- ou Thomas Fiauei- - Jones of St. Ccrniniitown, t 2'i i days. sonierset, Augi-from the first dose she stinted to dcr trouble that he could imt Mork, Louis arc visiting Mr. nnd Mrs. Hardliisliurg, August 2!i 3 days. Thursday, August 17, 1911, but he say- -. "I took Foley Kidney .Tt.ines Joucr. Mis. J, D. Collier i NirholiiBIIU, August 2i 3 ilayj. At my place known us the W. F. yet better nnd for four dnys she -passed kidney worms in her mint-- , 1'ill for only a short time und got paying u visit to her sons Chri- - CoU Ilardstown, August 30 4 days. Dislion fa nil W--i miles from StanFranklin. August 313 days. cntirely well and wn soon uhlc to Iter and wife nt Delle Jellico, Iy Parti, September I C days. ford on the Oltcuhcim pike one fine nnd I uiitst say these lemedie- - ure weight ia gold. Sold by go back to work, and am feeling well nnd Mr. and .Mrs. Charles Collier, c ,Montlcelo, September 5 I davg. cow and calf, farming implement worth their and healthier than before." Foley's 1 oik Rid','e, Tcnn. Miss Finuulin Aiexauuria, acpteinuer t a unys. wagon 'and har- - PciinyV Drug Store Stanford, Ky.. one good Mount Olivet, Sept 5 11111I Kidney Pill- - are touii in action, Kuiiffmnii leaves this week ot visit Hodgenvll p. September4 days. days, pesti. mi.! ii .ooil Im.fi.v Made by the American llcib und -3 good quick in results a good fneiul tt her sister Mrs. John Sh.ickelfoid ut sunders Septemuer 0 4 days burliest., al-- o some bacon' Pmnt to., Junction Uty, Ky., lrug- the workiifrT amii or woiuuii who kiif. (oluinbus, 0. Mrs. W. L. luwsou Kentucky Slate Fair, Louisville, Sen- Iiousthold nnd kitchen fi'miture, all psta uud country stoics mid agent days, temoer 11 1'cr from kidney ills. For sale by und son F.elor hae returned from u writes us lor prices on this wonder- tuctieallv new. Shugnrs & Tinnier, Stanford. protruded stuy with relatives in 0. R. VANH00K 0l-1f ' remedy. GARRARD WOMAN BURNED TO DEATH. Wr I. " U' .- -- .... nt ,, n. 1 ... I li-- t-, -s ! I be-pi- - - - Mi-li- st. ' corre-iiondu- ph Ma-O- -e I,r wi-li- cs ' "-'- . in 'JOll-poiu- id -- ... .":.,."; """" s' - ( ;.."."" " '" - . . ' - e- V" i. -. I v '.' .- 'm J (- .,.,... " V ,)y I IJlJ 1 .n assssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssP W" ell I , '.. ,,tr. e lr 85 -4 04 Kin-nai- rd '- 14. . two-hor- I111.-..- -- - 1 p, THE INTERIOR JOURNAL, STANFORD, KENTUCKY. FRIDAY. AUGUST II, 1911. II ir years ol aue, eontitied lo ltookeas lle-- t combined luirncs and siMle tie county bridle lirst . .iXoO-f- i stallion nny aue .. . .flo.4i7-f!- l Special by W. T. Hans. llest combined uud harness iiiuim or Eitabllthed 1872 walker (Iloekonstle ijcldinjr any ate tlirec days of the fair ii as follows: Hct riumintr .". STANFORD, KENTUCKY tfi-i'Wiiit; l;l.") ami KKi must be shown untounty DAY. FIRST t liiitt der saddle and in batues. 6HELTON M. SAUFLEY,...Publliher Vi:i)XKSl)AY, Aiat'Sl Kith nut, Free loi all nude niei aj mile lieat Ilest saddle stallion anv age fM-f- . Ladies Day All Ladles Admitted best 'J in .1, as iihiiiv as o differ- iilet saddle mare or ;eldim: any nyc II A YEAR STRICTLY IN ADVANCE Free ent interest to start 1().$5 FAK.M I'HOM'CrS third f'J Hist linmeKH mare or geldlTig tmy Entered at tho postofflco at Stan- Uest one peek whrnt . . ,.2-- t liiinuing race for jilug horses Huek- $10-nice ford as second class mall. llcs-- t J'J ears while corn . . .!rI..i(l-.,ieastle uuiinty Vi mile heat, best llest harness stallion any age fl0..f Ilest 12 ears yellow corn .."M. (). "() best 'J in II. . to enter and us many Ilest nir harness mares or gtildiuics DEMOCRATIC TICKET. a- - 3 different Uest peck oats interest to start.. $l.i"0..50i mix age, style, pleasant hmidliiu., fl.50-.5- q iM'tiou and souuilmss $12 50 Heat peek rye 5 $l-.- 0 For Uovornor James H. McCreary. Ik'iiiim Host ei'k uri-cllest .umbiuod saddle and harness Most gmceful lady horseback rider $7.o0-$Get Ready For Cold Weather For l.lctit. governor E. J. MoDcrinott licet peek sweet potatoes . .fl-.umarc or Kcldinc must ht) shown tin VJ.50 Fanciest turnout lady and geiille-ma- u der saddle and m harness llest peek Irish potatoes ... ..?!-- . f(l For Treasurer Thos. S. Ithea. Xo entrance feu lit any of Ihc above in one or two horse rig; conof State U. F. Crere-Hu- Itosl )ci k onions Why not hnvo your house heated For Secretaiy Host peek turnips . . . . 0 sideration general appearance of niiRs. TO-DA- Y. with hot water? tig and occupants; no chicle alFor Attorney (Joncrnl James Garnctt. llest iK!ek tomatoes . C Wo hae In our cmnloy one of the For pei'inl lowed to be deeornteil 7.i(l.-2.50 T. J. SECOND DAY. sheriir State Superintendent of Schools Fanciest single ng turnout bv boy lioekcastlc county. best hot filter and at en in fitters In llnrksdalo llamlclt. Thursday Auq. 17, 1911 and girl, 12 to lb years decoration 1 the- state ! For Commissioner Agriculture J. W. Ilest peek heels LINCOLN (Ot.NTY DAY llest peck home diied 'apples . ...-i- l not considered $i . Nowmnn. Let ub figure with you 19 e guaranHest wnik, trot or canter stallion Appeals H. I.. llest uticiimberd doon For Clerk Court of .fl tee our work. Hesl and larscM t do enlilmm . .fl mare or gelding :i Poultry and Stock Department Greene. HIGH CLASS OPEN EVERY W. F. llest display of ej,'etables, having Ooramlssloner r'or Italiroaid No entrance fee is eharued in this Fanciest harness rig. consideration, W. K. WARNER, Klalr. stvle, action graceful umu-mcu- t due regard for variety, (iciartmiit. Ky. MOVING PICTURES Stanford, NIGHT For Circuit Judge Cnarles A. '. :i If only one cut iv is made wlieio Itina Xo. Hi not to interfere with three premiums are. offered, 'Ird Running race for plug horses three 2,000 Feet of New Pictures Every Night For Only 5 and 10c any other rinj; entries to be final, primium only will he paid If two fourths mile two best in three FOR REPRESENTATIVE STANFORD. KY. scparntu and apart from other premiums aie offeied, second piemi 10.$." William II. Shanks announces hln The'growth of this candidacy for Iteprcsentatlvo from nnjis ii iiniiilv will be paid. If two en trie" As many as three horses ot different bank is the best eviLincoln county, subject to tho action Ilet and Inruest J'J apples made Jnd and Jul premiums ,. 0 interest to start , ot the Democratic party. llest and largest FJ peaches ill be paid. Free for all mule race one mile best dence that its policy Special by .1. . Kincher. Poultry. two in three and methods are in ac Uest and lanrest 1U2 pears s many as five mules of dit'fennt 0 Itest pair any large breed chickens Attend the Convention Saturday. llest 12 bunches white grapes 0 interest to stall. cord with present day Uest 1'2 bunches blaek grapes He-- t pair nny kind small breed chick No animals allowed to take tiion Lincoln county democrnts will Watermelon needs. than two premiums except in spans ens hou-.- e meet at the court tomoirow Special Attorney C. C. Williams of Special S. 1). Lewi's Co. Att. Hoek-f- ( or tho slake. The same span can The Farmer, Mer., ,. .. V., afternoon for the purpose of naming j.i ju-ti j . , -.nuu lake but two premiums The second ensue vo l chant or Trader seek10 delegates to the state convention fC. C. Williams gets both melons $1.50-5- 0 premium is regarded as a certificate. llest pair turkeys which will be held in Louisville next Largest ami best muskmelun ing connections, will Sneeinl nreiniuin bv K. F. l'aiks with No premium shall be awarded when Tuesday for the purpose of drafting Cauteloiipc the exhibit is unworthv; though there 1'arks Milling Company. find this bank as libmid 'J4 are sneeinl nriri-Hest pair geese a party pint form. Every democrat t'lllir is no competition. by Dr. W H. Graely. he gets both Special preinititr 1). eral in its dealings as is .Indue S. Exhibition will begin fiist lav of who possibly can should bo present Lewis Comity Attorney of Hock- - the lair at 10::i(l. A M.. st.co,l and to assist in selecting a strong, dele melons consistent with sound Largest $1 castle Count v. thud dnvs 0:30 A. M.. and all -- tuck gation of democrats lo represent Lin Display, and best pumpkin banking. of fruits baing due regurd Cattle. and artitle to be e.vlubitid must be gathering of state democoin at the to variety, quality and quantity, Hest bull calf under 0 months $:j.fl entered with We are at all times the seeretarv b this crats, and lo have a part in tho not to be assorted from any nre- - Host bull calf over six months and discuss luce eat 't day. prepared to drafting of the platform. Many immous rings, nor to interfere with under 12 months yourrequirementswith any ring to be displayed separate Special premium by Tip Langtord. portant questions will come up at -sum apan irom nny otther ring, the state convention, one of tho prinyou and invite consulJailer, Kockcastle county. which i. wo pound cured tobacco ..i.i, . cipal being the liquor plank ii.i hull nut ace. tation. will he adopted, and the democrats Best one dozen heads broom corn if 1 llest' heifer call" under .six months $2-old of Lincoln county should have their l'est three stalks mgar cane ....$1 and best dozen stayks of Ilest heifer calf over six and under wishes consulted in that ns well ns millet $'!-- ? I ;jn 12 months old those fiom other pnits of the state. Largest nnd best two stalks of timo- Ilest milch eow any age null; to be Only by the members of the party thy i considered $"ll or turning1 out on Saturday afternoon Largest and best two dozen stalks Uest blooded cow any age. stock to convention and .selectto the enmity of elovvr 1 BOURBON be eonsidered POULTRY Jvl ing lush class men nr.d democrats to Dest one-hadozen roots and stalks e Hogs Com?r Next to CURE $2-- fl .jl.50 Hest boar any a"e if present them nt the state gather- of alfalfa, aire considered LOAF CAKE. 1 ing can this thing be accomplished. down th throat ol a taplsf Hest son anv age Stanford, Ky. chicken, dritrora the wnrail .$1.50 llest sow and pigs any breed consist- Every friend of McCreary who wants Nicest white cake and iaYeithechki'tllfe Afewdropeln the drinking ing of not less than five pig under .$1.50 him go before the people on a Nicest marble cake to sec water ratea and Nicest golden cako $1.50 old four mouths progressive and winning platform Nicest blaek PREVENTS DISEASE cuke Sheep.$ ...SI in November should he present here LAYER CAKE. Por the treatment of White Dlarthoea In chlcka $2-Bet buck any age fnrfrpt it. Tlnn't and Hlackhead and other dlieaiet In turkey Nicest cocanut cake $l Best ewe any age . . . .., T.'sH Nicest marshmellow cake BOURBON POULTRY CURE HAS NO EQUAL $1 llest pair buek and ewe any age Nicest caramel 1 l The friends of the Lexington Her Nicest chocolate cake cake 0 Hest two lambs buck and ewe under One 30c battle makea 1 2 aallona of medicine. ald here will regret to learn that BREADS. '. For Salo U.v ?l-$- 2 12 months it has lost the services of Col. W. P. Best old fashioned com nnnn "in.or-Best mare mule colt under six NEW STANFORD DRUG CO. Walton as assistant editorial writer Best one dozen biscuit 75 , mouths old $!$! his connection with that paper hav- Best loaf salt rising bread ...50-2- 5 FALL AND WINTER STYLES. Best mare, or horse mule colt unitcr 50-2- 5 ing been served in an effort at re- Lest loaf yeast bread $7..10-$- 5 six months old PRESERVES. My new fall and winter samples OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO trenchment in expenses. We believe $2.50 third ,.$l-.5- 0 ... Special by It. O. Williams confined tire uow ready for your Inspection that Desba Breckinridge will find, lM'Ct pcV'i preserves On approved security ..$l-.5- 0 They comprlne the best on the market n"-to Kocitcnstle county ho cut his nose off C ' like the man can suit anyone an to price bo had nicest apple preserves ...$I-.5- 0 Best horse mule colt under six bis clothes to spite his face, that he has adopt- - v:P(1,, whenever conditions :,. made ti order. A suit . ' fuiUbW m ..$l-.5- 0 mouth old $. an expensive lorm oi. cconumy ixieest nnd best disnl.iv of pre made to our raeasuie is preferable , , ... I. , ' Best mule over 1 and under 2 years to ready made clothes. To have them l... .i !, muue uie Prefer- warrant serves, not less than five kinds oi. nuonb eunonuis $4 old . r2 made to measure doesn't coat any Herald the best read and most $l.f0-.7- 5 under 3 years more than ready made when quality 2 This rinu' is not to interfere with oth Best mule out and being sought after daily in the state and ence, of course, and fit Is considered. Corne In and $5-told er rinsrs of the same nature, to be Best puir mules any age . ..$7-let me take yottr measure. we have heard many men say that independent of other rings. Entry H. C. RUPLEY. Tne rTaxtical Tailor given to ur regular they took the paper simply to "read fl--Best jack any age on any ring to be finnl and not Special Rinqs. after" him. to be transferred to get a pre- Best girl horseback-rid- er depositors 15 years mium. old, special by Elishn Hulbick, on JELLIES. McCREARY'S SERVICES TO THE ladies saddle . '. . . .$7.5n.$l)0 We are In poiltlon todoall klndi ot eon. Nicest apple jelly 0 It inch fareraenti SOLDIERS. Best boy horseback rider under 15 cretins, tact, we ranlock Work,thing from and. Id make any Nicest grapo jelly .$1- -. 2 years old home down to a fence pott. We ran lorrr Mcest plum jelly yon promptly and guarantee 0 u Prettiest girl baby under 12 months work and material. Call and set oar price, In a speech last week, Senator Nicest peach jelly 0 Hforeyoo bay yoar material at trait. old, special bv S. F. How man, CounWilliam Alden Smith, of Michigan, HAND MADE ARTICLES f2-ty Clerk advocuting the retention on the Sen- Aicest calico quilt $1-j- 0 Prettiest bov bahv under 12 months PunVortl, Ky. ate's pay roll of Jim Jones, the aged Nicest culico comfort 0 $2.50 negro guard of Jefferson Davis, took Nicest nnd best home made com- - old Prettiest little girl between three nnd occasiou to pay Senator McCreary T,frt $1 four years old. special by L. W. Be- a high tribute for his efforts in be Nicest and best counterpane .....$1 thunim, Judge Rockcastle County half of worthy veterans or their Nipest and best worsted ouilt . . fl-Court Nicest and best home made blanket s Saddle Class widow's seeking pensions. In fact , $1 Best mare or gelding one year nnd he said he had never known a South Nicest nnd best rii" .1 under two . era soldier who fought for the Con- vt:ici'sia anu, i door,nome oesi Knit yarn Best mare or gelding two years and SM0&9, federacy, to object to deserving pensocks .fl .! under three sioners. "The most eloquent plea 1 Nii-es-t and best home knit gentleDraft Class. ever heard," said he, "for a widow's 1 men's gloves 3 pension was made by tho former Nicest anil best pair ladies gloves .$' Best "mare or gelding any age Best pair mares or gelding miv age Senntnr from Kentucky, Mr. Mc Nicest rsVc cover $1 $7.50-- $ r..'s2.r,() Creary, a Southern soldier, behind Nicest silk embroidery ... $1.50.50 Model Class Committee doors, where it wds not Nicest Cotton embroidery $1 Best mare or gelding anv age .7-$- 1 fl.o0-7."- i forpiilill.j effect." It was said of Nicest silk quilt Saddle Class NLTS . Senator McCreary, when he repre- Nicest crochet cotton FLY $1 Best running walker DON'T BE TOO ENEROU8. f7-$- 5 .$1.50-.5- 0 with the cement, lime, etc, you Ret SUN" 5HDt5 sented for twelve years in Congi!u Nicest Battenbnrg third K from us. Remember tiat all our build Hest double teatr regardless lit m.x Ing the Eighth district of this State, that Nicest drawn work materials arc mucn stronger than Nicest pen cushion $1 nr ownership K'-'- 7 no Federal soldier eer appealed to tho ordlunry and you can therefore When Nicest sofa pillow $1.50-.5- 0 third sweepstake .'!. me leva tban ordinary quantities. him in vain un.1 fUf i. v.iS a Re- - 'vi,ik n.,,1 ,oa, ..i,,,:" ' i,:'' If your physician lias pre .$1 ' you iiko wcu leu you just now to Race. publican cut no figure in his efforts Nicest sun bonnet scribed (i medicine for you to Free for nil inulcrare one milr best mix them to get the best results at m his behalf, tnl.(, the next important step is to the Senator makes Nicest display cut flowers ., the loast cost. Come In and ask us. two in three have that prescription placed In tho flf.l it n point after being elected to of MISCELLANEOUS. third J. A ALLEN, St.nferd, Ky. f2 hands of a thoroughly reliable and competent fice to serve the whole people, not Nicest honey comb not less than .1 As mnny as fivo uiul-iof different pharmacist so It will be compounded exactly as , merely those who voted for him. He I pounds 0 interest to stint directed. We have gained nn enviable reputation 0 tho kind of a man we want at Nicest quart sorghum is (or always belnir very careful nnd palnstaklnjr In $1 Frankfort, nnd by the eternal ho is A,eest "d best cake butter THIRD DAY. our compounding and feel that, In all justice to your Nicest and best cake home made ,. nrn ho ....... mnn own good heulth.you should bring your next prescrip ...w biiwl nf ....... ..v, ,..u o"'"tt Friday. Ata. 18. 1911, IIILOU ........7-tion htrt. Here, too, you will find n complete and Inbave. Lexington Herald. Nicett and best quart sweet pickles. FOR SUMMER DRIVING viting display of toilet articles, rubber goods, soaps, anv kind No entrance fee is cllaivcd. $1 perfumes, toilet preparations and all standard remedies. a remarkable fight for life, Nicest and best display canned After the comfort of both horses and drivBest suckling colt nny sex under ix For interior decorating we carry and recommend in vhich he was assisted by special$1.00-.5- 0 fruit old months ers should be specially considered by ists from Englund, France and Ameri Nicest and best quart grnpe ALABA5TINE, the beautiful wall coatinf . Call Best suckling colt nny sex under il and see samples of tints and ask us about It. securing a proper outfit of lap robes, en, John W. Gates, the American wine 0 mouths old, special by B. J I'.o. AND HANDLE LIVE AND DRESSED ruuUTHY, ERQ8, ICE, COAL, thuriini confined to Rockcastle blankets, fly nets and other nccesnarj-e- s financier, succumb tn his ailments, Nicct and best quart blackberry WOOL, HIDES, FUR8. wine county PENNY'S DRUG STOflE. $l'..i0 $7 50-- I $2.")0 from our complete assortment ot in Pans. SALT, LIME, GIN8ENG, Nicest and best (mart cucumber Best harness mine or gelding over light, but horce Koods. Here are FEATHER8 ETC. Stanford, Kentucky .' pickles' one nnd under two years nld $7-s- J $1 Society of Tho Uurlty Tobacco strong and durable, single and double $1 Be. I combined mure or gcldtii!. oer to road pur- Lexington plans to crect a mammoth Nicest and best quart chow-choharness, admirably suited Nicest and best quart liomfc made up two and under tlneo enr $S sj l WiVl poses, along with a hill Una ol work manufacturing plant to eonsume half pie vinegar $1 saddle ?ntl Harness Stock Quality at flat million dollars' worth ot tobacco in harness ol the best fm-p- i To luort gi netful ladv horseback rid Consideration Judgid. bv prices. the pool. style, action endurance, age and fo . er iiticKfitsiie If?rft Lav horseback rider under 12 ordinary general use. PHONE 153. Stanford, Ky. JCMeCLARY. The Iisiekior Journal. BRODHEAD (Continue)! Ftimi FAIR. l'nRe) " FIRST NATIONAL BANK, ...,.....,.... -fll STRONG PROGRESSIVE ACCOMMODATING And Seeking Your Bank Account. CAPITAL $50,000. $5-;.- $t-$- O r. $l-.o- () $l-.."- Open an Account With us SURPLUS $25,000 .fl-.o- O 1 Nii-ely- :i-- AT THE NEW GEM THEATRE $7-$- ?l-..- $1-.."- j0 2 $l-.)- si-.o- O ...j fl-."- REftL l-- -- ..1 s M L- - $l-.fl- O BARGAINS We have about 50 Men's and Boy's Suits, light and medium weight. We want THE CASH FOR THEM ?$' $l .i aigasa Lincoln County National Bank Court-Hous- lf 2 $l WE MAKE LOANS it $l-.5- The Original Prices on these suits $7.50, $ 1 0 and $l2.SO. Today and as long as they last you can get them at $2.50, 3.50 and $5 the suit: Everyday Clothes You Ever Saw. ) M " " - rac.0 I . The Cheapest :i 3 $l CONCRETING flrit-ela- .sl-.5- $4-$- S1-.5$l-.5- State Bank $l PHILLIPS BROS.. $l-.5- H. J. McRoberts. Stanford, Kentucky. Trust (o. .! $l raro, ... .'! ." .$-$- $7-$- .... 'o Vour Prescriptions Here To Be Compounded sn ... $1-.5- C .1 I I C s '. $l-,5- 1 I $l-.5- ,;, .........a..... We Produce ft ant If : 9 ' $l-.5- I I a $ t f H. B. Northcott. t,!; !T. K. Tudor. Mgr. i - ..rtJ i "" ... ,w, .n ii m win "TuxMit:,tMtfqt..T H'lWatouumm mmv wTOKTSaiifawwwM - THE INTERIOR JOURNAL, STANFORD. KENTUCKY. FB IDAY, AUGUST II, I9f f. ,. THIS YEAS THE GREATEST EVER. SIXTEENTH ANNUAL EXHIBIT AUG 2 . 16, 17, 18, Rockcastle Co. Fair, Brodhead, Ky. J. THOMAS CHERRY, Sec'y. VALUABLE DANK STOCKS sisitniK his uncle, .Mr. FOR SALE nenr lon. The youn niftier ih very iflml to v'l a way from Ag executom oi 'J'. J. KoMnnon, wo MU Elirulmth .limiH who lia Imvii the I'hlllipiiic. will on .Monday, AiiRimt H, 11)11, tic ii! for tutim) Iiimi' irt iioIIViiIcti'IiI. J'jof. Ii. ('. Ilosluy linn rehijuiil ns inn County Court Day, ticKlnnltin nt Morn, lo the vvifrTif .lohn J. Curler prinitip.il of the Centre College Aril nbout 2 I'. M., In front of the cuirt of Hull' Unit ti mm. l('inj mid will take u lonj: rest In houko lu Stanford, Ky., oflcr at pubitoulH-tiUiwent to l.ex Ir. ttYbvli rtnipnratc from his recent Mines. lie rale for cah In hand the follow. " iiiKlini ou U'mlnc(lH Mr. V. It. Mcltolicrt has pine Ink tilinrcg ot tinnk h.ock: 12 hhnres I. .1.. Mo "SlrM. C order, her (tililrri-r- t iluuipul nun ('orliin to to J.oiiismIIi' to visit his sister Mrs. lu tho KourtU National Hank, of Co, W - ltolmisoii. Mr. McKolurls will nullum, (In,, lie hook valuo of which Ia'Ihiiioii. ,Vm. U'luiinu, u' Lexiiifctnii K" to Ktii ii fo ril in ii few days to In JIHfi per slinre, and which pnyn '.n ji wee milling old friendn. nnntial dividend of 20 per rent; It' i viitin;: hT itieee .Lr. W. S. liih fM-nnhnrcH of thu .Merthnnta ft .Mechanics' -'- Dmnille Advocate. tin week. .M- i- .M.r Mr. mxl Mrs. .Imues I), Shelby of "ank of Columbus Cn.. Msjk vuluo J.uir oj l.uncni-tr- f mul .Siidi- - Wmrrii, .luin I'm u Oty, are moving into (he f.!ul per Hliare nnd pays 10 per cent Mime Kium-iiminimi dividend;'.!''-- shares of the Nn lire the mirxU ( Utile Mi .Allle lliw icsidiiicr, wurd by Mrs. Mill Pili. W.ildeii an IIuhI Main htrect. They tional Hank or HtmtonvH e, Ky., hook .Mr. I'lnn-nrFirs, ai t'itv. will reoide there until they can build value JlHT.oT per nharc n'd pa)B an"(I ltiir Imvii tisitiiitf ln ennin ilr. Hhv ii Inline in Ihi. ily. Mr. Shelby will nual dividend of G per cent; bnnk nnd - MiarcH of the Commercial inolitl Mrltee .of ilii office. continue to run his wholesale f.rohex (.'iie-- d eery in Junction City. This fntuil.v 'inut Co., of IxiulHvllle, book value Mr. W. S. Kit-- lu itliii week hrr uwthcr .Mr. L'. If. will be warmly wclrnm-- d as residents H08.90 per fchnre, nnd pays annual .dividend of f. per cent. JVntoii. of Oiirr.inl mul mter Mr. to this Advocate. .MIIS. M. II. I.UIII.NSU.N, V A l'jtr nml llr. S. I). (iiMrnn, I'rof. mid Mrs. .S. Koliiiisou have I J. II. I'AXTON. Cxeeutorn. vf Uinriiitrr. ictiiriH-to their home in lliihtoiiville f'.itlirriite MnrjJiv n ill Mr. .mil Mr. Mitchell Taylor. Mr. W. S. Flth repretentt only t"e Pet tliU v. v- - tor A.''tUKnn nml mul Mrs. Ilcnrv T.olr. Mrs. W. r jnd strongest Insurance companies. in ten1 week to l.Je (lilpiii, nnd MisH CertriMie Iliiuiper 34 tf keep yu protected. flrw lnotored to Miiblli buiv, Ky jester-dii- y Let- him Mrt Mm::ic .). Mnitii of tinlmnt -mid spent the diiv with relative. Ther h. mov Catrrh m im, ftkD ct tN fwjnlrr t.li. - vNiliitfr her mother. Mr- -. ( . I).iiiviI. Ailvoc.itc. lart tla u uOlrr ilrsvr. nl lu.rU.t. 4i.d mill Ik.crtAt M. ,lllH". . Irw mA iinHd Ui if Hturb. It .Vcd W. Smith, of Norfolk. Va., aafif trra dotl.m pruwuntnl it a loiftl flkskK id Oooilf Mini rliililicn of prfsrnbrd lorkl mriMli, li! tr fMiPtaaiiy Itnri Mr. Nettie pie- -t of his cousjn Sp.itdiiir JJill to turf Mil irrslibrlll. I.l.i,l.rril II tlilirilkl homi folk ItwItMiiyviti" is Msiliii' ow. ivurta 10 I ttikUiuiK.ii .i is taking mi enyinerr-i'- i Selenrr iKnrlon raturn ntnuiui iimn.nu Vliimc Smith sis--. kKi IU,if llarrti tijrf. .maulturnl I, I i II fir course ut the I'nivcrsity of Vtr 1 I'o. fitl'ib., flhm. itw nt.,) I twlitulMal Hire (,& Mrr, Jir llninimi'tt ami hod mul Ut ' I. r. "t i ..,.. fn.H. miri.fl It - lakr 9 LIBERAL PREMIUMS. No Entrance Fee to any of the Rings. Special Attractions Each Day by Hoagland Bros.' Hippodrone Show Tickets for Admission at the Gate will be 25 Cents. Children between 6 and 12 years, 15 Cents. GRANVILLE OWENS, Pres. Movui'.' PERSONAL nnd SOCIAL fiiiliinli, (leo-ll'ttn- every pictures ut op rn hoiie - The Indlspencable Co. Caller' Mow is your new offlce boy KtltlnR nlouK tbenc liayal" Law yer "Oh. tine! Hc'ii sot things 10 mixed up now ihin I couldn't cet lonR without him I "-Puck. CURTAIN In f n I.H.A rt .n...Mnftr.k conccntrated.casilydigcftcd nourithment it nccesiary. For 35 yean hoods JUNCTION CITY. Surah and ll'"triiile Hieli. arc visiiinif Miss Mvrlli Mor-i-.this wccl). Mr. W. T. Kelley is siilferiup irmii blond poison c.iused by u -- .Inilcr. lir. II. S. Cliusc ,i' Somerset, eamc i.p to sec him mid Mrs. 0. I). who is improving. .Mr. ami Mrs. B. F. Ws. of .ire the yuestH ot Mr. and Mrs. II. G. F.vrinj. I apt. W. h. 'j ru bin who has been iiute ill of hiiijf nml nver trouble the put six weeks was better the Jiast few days under the directions i I)r W. B. I iuiiii. iiid-o- ii -ni le k Scott's Emulsion hat been the standard, world-wid- e I- .lr. Misi consumption. , treatment for ah D,;.t, I' Mr. Adam Fence passed througli here hist week on lu vtuv to Ohio. Mr. Kinrene I'owell has ,iii. ((, .'iiciiiumu io enunge in laisiiu'-.- ;. Mr. Matt Kugletmiii, of Ml. Saleui v.iis with his mother hist Sunday. Mr. liuck nnd fan ily have moved iiilo the Martin propeity ueur( tin." .Methodist chin rh. Mis.s Pauline Mackui of Lebanon i We have just received a nice line of Curtain Goods in White andBcra and also Drapery in all colors. Prices From 10c to 25c per Yard. Kln-Jli- ilii the irue.st of her ;raiidfather Mr. I fn fc 1 rr. (liuiulili'f. viwiliil .Mrn. tt. A. Y. mill Xniuiie May It. Ilriiiniiifll In -- I Orrli-?rl l'rMny. .Ml' luii hlit. .MisHrM HiiMiIi-- , IiU vif.it to Mi wrel sH'iid .Mrs. Mit'ii1 llliinks tit Huh. liouic-fro- ni lljilliiril of Tnili Mis Mary llrih'e, of this city, and Mis Luhi May Bruce, "of unit up. to Crub Orchard tf Djiii-villi- iiu. k- 1..,Im. Oil II kffr llHrrt r it ni.Hi .i'i .iva m t l.f s ri,, I. it lli, Dunrirr. itl , .. lusn lnr nrrwf .n I I ti A MrfM I.' r 4 til fS.fl (' I" JroH 1, iwl a tt . Of I ,,,, l K. , . tr n y u JS. fcV i I The interior Journal and the Week- WiMer, Mny Kraiiei ily Cincinnati Knqulrcr one ear for ft student from the Iiichmond nml fiiitnvr llriiinint'lt of other relatives at lliistouville. The weeklv Kiupilrer In n Mdc n mul ns priticipul, uml Miss Muvine .Mist. Virginia Itieheson, of St. dld John I'linner thin vitj WMlr.l farm nnd family paper. This la , ,,s Louis, Mo, arrived Thursdnv to he n great bargain. lit Ilimvjlle nml Mltrtidcil tin- - 1'nir Mr. mid Mrs. J. I). Shelby will the iciest of her mint. Mrs. .1. (' Tlurilii. move from I.inietta Springs to the Mi- - .Mny Frmii'i WiMer tin' MeClary. ii Wnhlen property in J)anville this Mis Virginia Bouriic has returned Hniiniiit'tt Mic OnMnvn gmt of w eek, MADE ON I noil the HotMiiar tour to Niairnri'. here from rrnlny until Suiiilny. Mr. Itobeit fialhrcath of New CasShe was delighted with the V. .Mv Falls. Tho iniin frifiiI of Mr tle, Ky., has been the guest of his (rip in every wny. ! In- - clml "In ' WiMer wlli In other Mr. K. It. Giilbreath the jiast AND ALL KINDS OF not mi limlly hurt iih wnn reported. mouth. SHORT LOCALS. Machinery K. Walton mul children, Mrs. Nellie Sharp nnd tliitiuhter Lucy l.ee, Mt I.yliw mul Mi SPECIAL TOOLS TO ORDER Miss Marv Sharp, of Anderson, '.nil. Don't lorpct the I. J., when you G0OO .ERV.CE ' lIlt. , Cooper nml Miin Xlnry Morri'.oii , t eATFAH,d PRICES , fM That dollar -- pent .Momhiy nt the Hlue come to town Monday. " past lew days. She and MACHINE SHOP IN THE BLUfc will come in mighty hiindy now. flrnt-fnir in Lexington I .Mrs. Orubbs will spend two weeks at GRASS. K. l Wiiltun ami olnhlrr.'i little while. of Kini: George DANVILLE MOTOR 1 ELECTRC I Dripping Springs in a 'C See the Coronation to their home at Orlmulo, Ha ... I M.. .....I .n-- . 11 . 4 ...ii. l.. I. lYCIICV HUH' to V nt the Opern House Thuisday Wednesday lifter a pleasant vin CO. bought the C. I.. J'rnitt property ou night, August 10th. ' clii lives here. 123 N. Fourth St. School Street and hn''e moved to il. DANVILE, KY, ('. K. Tate, Win. Tate. W. .Mo.rs. Born, August ."ith to Mr. nnd --Mrs. We have n hurr for a farm ot .1. II. Slmiikr., II. J. .McKohetts, ami Sum Spoonnuiore a fine girl. about lOti acres vrell improved and S. Kiee motored over lo the Hlnu on pike. If vou have anjth'nc ueci Miss Blanche Kuno, of I,cbmir. Onins Fair nt Lexington rueilay. this, list it with us. Hughes & was Inst week the guest of Miss other--, nt the Lexintrlon Amou H'Jtf Stanford. Bessie Wright. fair this week from lieie were Mr Mr. Kims Lu Fever has just finmid Mrs. J, II. .Haiiliiiiun, II. II Quarterly meeting MTvices ut the ished putting up ii wauon scale in Woods, W. O 'llker, mul Horner Methodist church next Sutuntny the alley for Mrs. T. rffeh.ird-sou'- s C. Wrny, . T. Miurii.. It. S. Seml.kr night, and Sunday mornim:. conductstore. of McKinney and iimny others too ed by presiding elder ltcv. I). M. Mr. nnd Sirs. Wm. Coovert have conlerenee Quurtcrly liiiinerous to mention, Kobertson. icturned to iiicinuiiti after a few Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Bastin, and Saturday nt 2M V. M. ilnvs visit to lii mnl lice !vs K'.ilo Mr. and Mrs. Lcc Mitchell mid chilfc.' :i l. u, dren, of ritthhur?, Mr. nnd Mrs. For i?nle 03 acres under A. 1, wire Misses Alma and Ituby Cosbv Wr Hnstin, son and daughter of fence. S. II. Mueller, Stanford. Ky V have returned from a visit to 5Ir. nnd Kinma liner, of L'nst Hcnibtadt, Mrs. Mrs. J. T Wayne ,of I'nrksville. L'.irilxiii, Wis., Mis. Win. Dmiaveiit For Rale or trade for live Mock, "8 DETSY'S POINTERS: nnd children of Fort Mc('o., Fin., neres on county road. W. !!,, MuelIF WOMEN ONLY KNEW "Molly and 1 agree tra. louutei-fel- t 03-t- f. v.crc here this week to attend the ler, Stanford, Ky., money and eubstuute good, golden wedding celebration of their come, from the nam0 paientH. The Would purcntri, Mr. mid Mrs, .1. W. l(nttin Them will be some upecial work coin and the goods uy-- very eloselr What a Heap of Happiness it Bring to Stahford Homes. ght all rwemble the genulno but behind them nt their home near liik'hhmd. in the K. of 1'. lodge (orHiriil (leorge J. Iliitcheson who members nro requested id bo pres- Is You neither honor or nonesty has been stationed in the lh)llipiur. ent. Hard to do house w oik with mi ueh will And no substitutes, only the for Kevcral years mid recently ut genuine of standard quality nt ColTey ing back Fort Itilcv, Knns.iK, is home ou n Bring-- your hours of misery nt W. S. Drye, or Htistonville, has & Coleman's. f.ecepted nil invitation to net U judge Now is the, time for that Ice Cream leisure or nt work. nt the Columbia fair, which cnrrii's Freezer nnd Water Cooler.' We have If women only knew the cuuso ili" a day in compensation nnd thoo them. that Bncknclie pains come from sick vlio know 'Doe" know he will give kidneys. COFFEY & COLEMAN, Vm their moneyV worth. 'Twouhl give much needless woe. Prompt Delivery. Phone 19. May be promoted by those who Nor-11.3- 0. dnVf on Tuesday. Hetty McKituicv nnd Miss Aniiii', McKinney spent T.ieMlny with of Dr. Kdw.ird Alcoiu unit finnily mid lf ",.. ..tin .. Mrs I." U Iw.ll.i.. ....... ... l Miscs Margaret qui EliValu'tli week the guest of her sis er .Mrs Fo are spending two weeks with .,, , .iiiinu oioiucr. Mis. Nancy Jenkins in Covington.- Miss Alice Williams has returned I'rof. K L. (Irublis mid ininily nro ... r "1 l Ms (o .Miss 1111(1 .Mel or- - packing up their household goods s at lliistouville. this week as tfiev niave to Liberty if- "IS, .Hll(.r,ne S. Smith and children Ky., Mondiiv Aimiist Hth, where ,,f Louisville lire llie .uisis in .vii's. I iof. and Mm. Onihbs will both tench ( h.irles SnudidiH-- , her Mstvr. this year. Mr. Kiley Kin;; went to Moieland Cnpt W. K. Grubhu who has been hist Weel: to paint the mot" of the o ill the past six weeks is cry house of bis brother, Hon B. B. Kinrj ii.ucli better nt this writing. :i, Milton Anderson. , -l HUGHES, MARTIN & CO. " " l,1l' -- ....... Stanford, Dry Goods, Notions, Shoes Ky. A THE NEW PEORIA but min prevented ! his doing the HERE'S A BARGAIN! woik. The Shelby City .school will begin .Monday August tli with I'rof. B.ii- Sn,"l'"". of Mnyvvood, Ky., and PROFESSIONAL AND BUSINESS CARDS ,c' B B. D. CARTER li. jsiiint. LIVERY AND FEED STABLE STANFORD, KY REPAIRS HenrvL. Casey, D. V. S. Motor Cars Veterinarian Former Director Animal Industry Philippine Islands. Inarian United Stutes Army Ex-Vete- r- -- We sold last year several i Ijfeiy Wo-ri- a Grain Drills to be thoroughly tested iu every way. The new Disc Furrow Opener followed by a shoe enables An to deposit grain in the furrow at. a Uniform depth. The drills have? proven a success and we recommend themV Call and g&t circulars and become posled.' kw Clni-lior- ne Mn-the- ,, s '"'"" Office LOGAN'S STABLE, Phon 432, Agent American Hog Cholera Serum. DANVILLE. KY. MASONS' MEETINQ. Lincoln Lodir No. do. K. A A.M. will m In ttnttHl communication on eack nrat nnd third Mondny nlghUcfencb month, at 7S5 o'clock lu thalr hall on main ilrcept, Miulriof altter lodnuare Invited to be preienl. T. W. Pennington Hce. Blan-ford.K- W. H. Higgins. Stanford, Ky. You Cannot & ried 1 y, Veterinary Surgeen and dentist. Specialist on ll horse and animal d'iease Stanford, Ky. Phone 14 W. W. BURCB DENTIST. Office at Residence CRAB ORCHJ).Ra ' DR. T. W. PENNINGTON Hours JOHN COOK Change That Face, - But You Can Change Your Clothes i . I. SrT' ff S:S-1- 2 Myvr Dentist i and 1 to 4:8 P.M Qonse flats 8Unfr K A.M. Livery: all hlaata at haullna. sfakas nlturo packing. Stanford, Ky. lhiM J. U. Steenbercen. sells, builds, rn. TlAlr. nnil wujuo.o cninn ai imn nHluafo Denied n. Anir bottom prices. See hlra ror prices uutuia juu uuy. Auaress smmoru, it WILL ADAMS tr. TJN AUGUST 16th & 17th WE to-ni- F. D. No. 1. loy-- t OR. W. N. CRAIO, ofi7cr ever H. J. McHoberW j Oculist and Optician Store. Stanford, Kf. i A HEALTHY, HAPPY OLD AGE L& N. TIME THBLE M. 1u:a.m. JOS. 8. RICE, Agont. No.TT, XI, Mouth, lilts r. m, BJ, Houtb, 10:45 a M, No.lt, Vorlh.liWA. m. So.n,NorlU,6:l9 r. M. No. No. gently cleante the system, now and then, when in need of a laxative remedy, by taking a desctUpoonful of the ever refreshing, wholesome and tiuly beneficial Syrup of Figs and EKxir of Senna, which is the only family laxative generally approved by the most eminent physicians, because it acts in a natural strengthening way and warms and tones up the internal organs without weakening them. It is equally benefi-fici- al for the very young and the middle aged, as it is always efficient and free from all harmful ingredients. To get its beneficial effects it is always necessary to buy the genuine, bearing the name of the Company California Fig Syrup Co. plainly printed on the front of every package. will In sure your tbaeco against loss or damage by hall. You should have It. R. M. Newland, Agent. Phone 168 HAIL I For $1.50 per acre Antiseptics Peroxide or Instead of Liquid many ix'oplo arc now using Dunn's Kidney Fills cine sick kid-I'ey- No.M.liaUr. " and tiugglog for sale Tho new toilet germicide powder to bo at bargains. Pence Bros. I ill vol toI lu water us neeueii. , For all toilet nud hygienic uts it Is Tor Sale 2 pnlm8 Mrf. B. ' better and more eeoiiomlcal. T. llcazley, Stanford 07 To elvumu) nml wliltvu the a .., ...... VI3UVI1, IVII1IIU kik.vwi u.. prereut decay. To dUlnfeet tho mouth, dellniki for your wtuto nnd county I ttroy dlsenso genus, uud purity the breuth. I'lease cull Mnxi'M are now ready. keep artificial teoth nnd uud settle. W. I. Met.llt.V, shellll. IT" iri,lwnrkeleiiii. odorlesti "" ' To remove iileotino from tho teeth nnd purify the breath after smoking. Wanted. AbOllt a dOZCn licad Of H. C CarpPlltCr. To cramcuto perspiriiuou nuu oouy Stock to qraze. odors bv HiMiuiri) bathliig. 62-- tf at Lincoln National Qank. Tho best unllseptlo wash Itnnwn. Believes nud fctrengtliens tired, weak, Wanted ltcnrders nt my homo on luflumedeyes. lleaU mretlinmt.woiiiuU Knot Main Htrect: terms reasonable nnd cuts. S5 nnd 80 ct. n druggists 683 Mrb. W. U. Lnnd. Stanford. or by mall postpaid. Sample Frt'e. I Good second SS-t- f i J Paxtino Toilet Antiseptic Many, residents of this vicinity endorse them. Mrs. J W. I'liniphrey, Danville St., I.tiiic aster, Ky., says: "My experi- 1. THE PAXTON TOILET CO.,Boton.Mass. ence with Doau's Kidney Fills leads H. F. HILLENMEYER &. SONS. me to say that they live up to the W. S. Drye & Co. claim imiile for them. 1 suffero n jjreut deal fioin bneknche ni'A nt UNDERTAKERS and EMBALMERS nijlit I cpuld not sleep well. On Hustonvllle, Ky. several occasions my back beeni Telephone In Office so painful uml weuk that I wns Matched rugs In 3 sizes, sew rug to do my housework. Being druggets laco curtains. W. A. Trlhbie t)U--l advised to give Dunn's Kidney I'ills a trial, I did so uud they helped MACCABEES. mi' greatly." A. U. Sine. .")0 For sale by nil dealers price Deputy State Commander Co., Buffalo, C'lils Foster-Milbur- n Stanofrd, Ky., N. Y.,. sole ngenls for the United STANFORD TENT NO. 7. fdatcs. Meets : 4th : Monday : Nient Remember the name Doau's nnd , lake no other. tin-fih- le FRUIT AND SHADE TREES Everything for Orchard Lawn and Garden. Write for Free Catalogue. No. Agents 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 HOW THEY LOOK. MAKE-UAND THERE WILL BE NO GUESSWORK AS TO HOW YOUR SUIT WILL LOOK WHEN IT IS MADE. OUR TAPE LINE IS READY FOR P. YOU. A J I ' 'i i Cummins & Wearenj Stanford, Kentucky. ""Be or tnree .4 THE INTERIOR JOURNAL STANFORD. BRING KENTUCKY: FWirJAV, AUIUSTT FARM FOR rx. UTE. SALEM REMT1. Low Cuts GREAT REDUCTION u. SUMMER PT V THE FARMERS d For Sale. Go id .s'orthe-- n See or 'phone me Silns Mescr. rje. o. I. i'Iiv.i .forelutd Ii. V. H li" nigs IIu; tn i' e J. M. llejiiolds lit Ili Wayucsliurg section, nimle (I gusher of. milt on ft m re of Intnl. anil i nlvcrltinp it for seed. J. A. Smith, t.ishicr of the Firt National It.tnk of Noitoii. Vii.. is here this ponding to(til dn,v week with his brother Frank Smith. e---'- ME YOUR PRODUCE - At A At -- - I am back In business at our old stand on Somerset street, next1 doer to Greer's Slion and am pavlnq. thn n.arket prices for all kinds of conn- -' try produce, coos, chickens, feathers, heef hides, rans. hones, etc.. Come to see me and I will trrat vou riqht: W. P. BUCHANAN. Stanford. KV. Will' rll privately my farm nf nljiuit neie- - in Ijueoln enun!., Kv., ri milcH east ult yiimfonl mi lix HUer. All nen in imrii, 10 ncien in lucjiilnw, helliiire in blue urn- -, hn n fiuir rnmii leiinnl Ihiiiks --' vmiI liiiriix, ninl ot.'n it iiiilhinii.e cimmI vtono pritu; Ihpii, wnnll onJI. nrd. Plenty of xlnek wnliii', bihuI '00 i They my ciptri-en- c rtMm, pain over Ihe heart, Irrulh or Ultay fevlini, opprcMMitt hrratkina; alter Meal or llicir UetV hrart I not anfteienlly iiroajl Tea became blatr--d, u pump hlasi ltrt tremiir,and. Ihey hare cold hands and fret, or poor appctil hmmenf vtakraed Moud aupply to the lomaeh. A heart Ionia and diet alive Uiuuld he taken which ha no bait after-tTe. Sncb i Dr. Colden Medical Uiacovery, which euottlna no danXerous narootloa nor aloohof. amrTcr Many penpte shorn Irom weak hearts. Weak Heart 4 ritm'i 7 --mrvt COMMISSIONER'S SALE liiiiiiiir liiiu-- e juiniia this furm. Mta M For Sale. A good Shorthorn hull, will sell chcnp if Inken nt onei. A. M. Ft laud Dnu-ille, - K.. ,-,. COST SAM ROBINSON Stanford, Ky. John Spoontimore has sold hi fnnii in the Hubble section to Mr. Me- Hciith, of Wnvne coiintv. for .000. Sitlni'V Dunbar ln- - sold his form in the same locality to another Mr. Death, of Wnyne. for fcSI.UOO. These farms hmtight nlmoM Jrl."0 mi acre. Danville Adv ocnte. .'--- turf outs for seed. See samples nt Lincoln National Hank. 200 buhels for sale. .1 M. Iicynold. Wiiyncs-burg. tll-8n. ntra clean nnd nice pure winter SEE ME At Once and Get My Prices on s MASON'S FRUIT JARS IMPORTANT NOTICE!! 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 in this sale. j. H. BAUGHMAN BLUE GRASS FARM FOR SALE! 30 cts per doz Crab Orchard, L.L. WEBS p Kentucky. Quart tin cans, The quality of our No. 1 Fancy Patent Flour made from the new wheat cropy will please you. If you are not al ready using it, order a sack from your grocer. On sale at all grocery stores. FLOUR! J. H: Baughman & Co. a. STANFORD.KENTUCKY. -- m - CLEAN UP SALE OF ""'"""""""""""h" -:- - ! m m OXFORDS! We have cut the price on every OXFORD in the House. MENS WOMEN1 AND M .; W. E Perkins, c&l$D' r TWvrrf'Vv" MONUMENTS u- OUR DUTY to pur departed ones U plain. We should erect an appropriate MEMORIAL over their final retting place. A monument is not expensive unless you care to have it so. Our work is unsurpassed and considering quality, is very cheap. We have a large stock to select from. a7iti Arfams Rr. 147 N. Broadway. Son. ? Without any excue except It Is too months; In 12 months nml.' " ' Cholera, Gapes, Limbenieck.'- Rood. Canker large a farm for one man. ah. omsthlrd In IS months. Kor the pur- An iinot,- iroi CARD' OF THAR K3L money, the purchasers will bo Uiirrhoca and all Diseases or Poultry I will offer ray farm of 200 neres chase nuinii au iay Tor mile privately. It Is located on reipilred to execute bond with good i per Ve wi-- h to thank the goo.l the HustonvlUe nnd Mlddleburg pike, and approved security bearing six and ' ". This cent Interest from day of salt.of n '.ro, three miles from HustonvlUe. '"d community tor their Is an Ideal farm, level and productive; haMng th force nnd effect Ms. M tnwisil ky J. SaM. Cram. Irt itawa, Ky. Price iOc it ill DraJikti. UioiighltuI Kindliest, an.r a ishuiee llldders will bu preinircd 25 acres In meadow; about GO acres Judgment comply promptly with theuu tenns. to us diirintr the last illne.n. ami crass: plenty of firewood and to P. A. LAX!).. PENNY'S DRUG STOREVlANFORD- - KENTUCKY. In bine ,, iiri(!ii,.r Master CoramlEsfDner ,.,,, )fi ollr Hh.ulli duelling house, post timber; . ... Casoy Circuit Court-- . tenant bouse, barn, a new four-rooMr"' Uurren. C. P. MONTCOMF.IIY, Attorney tori crib and stables, 3 lien houses, ever- - 1'lalnUff. easiness nnd inconvenience. On one diffieultv started over n dispute us "-' JLiry rttttruiu lastlng'tpring and stone prlnghouso, NOTE uiimodiatly foUowlntc the occasion it got mi lur Ixlniiil Mint it to who should drink first nt the t. Mrs. Mima liridgcwuNr; plenty of stock water, line orchard, CO sale of the homo farm, thc undercaused Tube tu uui plautini: li Mr-Ihs-Ilellie Harris. walked up ami took up bearing trees, well fenced. potutu erup altogether. onsb signed as administrators of the es Price, ttt per acre, a pounl t' wnter nnd asked Klliek tate of II. II. McAntnwi. will offer ton In baud: balance on easy terms. 1'il hruitli had the first chill ot to buve ii drink. Klliek for sale: sa e ten shnros of htock In the Farmkijs, "No, Come and see this good bargain for Choice ram Iambi, turd bv aik itu- the season Wednesday inoniiii):. Pit vou ers' National Uank. of Danville; ten ijo nheail uud drink firvt." And . M. tate, yourself. shares of stock In the National Hank pturted Kngllsh Shropshire Uiiuu takes pride in getting ahead in this Ioek R. F. D. 1, Hutonvllle, Ky, of HustonvlUe and fifteen shares of hio, "No beauty before age -on vou jpi ahead uud drink " The stock; tn ttw Parmers Deposit Hank o These are the low built hloeky. broad community nnd is being praised mvu back, large boned fcl!owM w'ltj, wcs t,tb occasion by Ins many friends Mlddleburg. ment eosjniied for nhout ten iiiinu-te- s SMALL FARM FOR SALEt tlu- - outsturt he will, it is expect- W T. Coulter and Juhn. Weiley, everv where wool run grow, nt liar- - At in this fashion before blows wem II. 11. McAnlnch, de out ,.rweB. v..e wrue or poone. ,.. uaVe tne seven ..ays v.meiv m riIrj. the l.ie.int.ll.e several d- -ceased. K. G. Hlckley Stantord. Ky Kott eluIN. but later wh.n w oik gel. more , 8C Thirty acre on Neat's Creek, a- ,Mamlor, ut.r re- pleinifl.l he will drop haek to the , ,,. 0I,,rrn NOTICE OF SALE! ur iw a?nt to church and bcboolhouse. (.Jhitioii every other dav kind. A Jims, meeting of diseiissiou mill house nnd Piaaaura of the Children. Comfortable th.ee-rooColumbus Alison reported to tlie .i..,,;..,, ...: There should be some time durlns .... ,i. r Llucolu Circuit Court. bmall barn. Price reasonable part ' August Hence. Plaintiff, v ToutaUie the day. even In the. busiest household. IVputv lii,tnb.. last , night thntl,,.,. ..,,,. " ""' u'1'1 cash and balance oneasy terms. Ad... an hour at lean. ""'l sehool n.M I. K(,h some one had I, . Fox fiubbitt Defendant. "' .i. . ."" dress owner. CHS. T. WILLSON, Tucday night. Several bvelv J;" th older members of the family l'oor ot his home. I l.e knoeks were j ,:,,, ,,lN H.n, l'ursuaiu to a Judgment reudered In h rill I H rlaaVrtraa thamoal R.F.D. No. 3. SUnlorcJ, Kv. US .. flv M,-the nbovu styled cnuso at the May the children. Little objec. le.soa. or v ''" M not .i be OV. lllllliv tlf utie 1. .ii. lit... ' ' eie euu-eterm, 1911, of tho uiorcsald lourt, stortce containing practical knowledxe cpmiue.i. unless mev FARM FOR SALE! Ml,m Wlls Kla-- t llensten who ou told in an Interesting way will be o bants. pon investition Ig'evv veh.iiient in his denuneiatioii of, the undersigued cuuiml.bloner-wl- l sure to bold their attention. Tb ever, it wns learned llint lb- - nois MONDAY, AU. 11. 11U1, ,,1I For awhile there w.ih eoiisi.l-stor- y We will sel at public auction In ,, IIIIMe by one of the AlUop dog, ,..,,, of tbe gradual formation ol the ,.. ociock, l, , of the court house. In Stanford, Couut) court day, at 1:0 lront nowors and vegetables will do- Ky. on the second Monday in Septem- M., In front of tho court house door light them and will be eagerly looked ;L,a ,uls oCralt.lllls tvliH n,lei th ;' i... r,.M1,, ? .."' ""i ink, nn V UVr im l.ool 1... .: .. ber at 2 o'clock P. M., the farm known In Stanford, Ky., sell nt public out forward to and alwajs remembered. iii.iftii.iiw ...l.. ,1 ............. ,..,, ,,,,. mniiiiIM oi u ri so. four and a half miles from Stanford cry to the highest and best bidder A mule lieuig lo.ie liv Jiis, i m- - lotion eoinleiiiiiing the pests m rv en the HustonUlle pike. il' Al,Mll uullowed in n puddle the following described real estate In .stiong terms. , HQGWALLOW .U1 HAPPENINGS. This farm contains one hundred nnd Lincoln county, Ky., -- orghutn null thoril.v for the statement that, ho nulasses over lit the lifty acres, one hundred ot which Is In A tract of land situated about two (From large dn.ve of fbes lehrTng- fine state ot cultivation. Over one ;" the Keutuckinti.l J1" (,i,mlul ,'ri''1'k Il'm""l,, thousand dollars worth of locust post mllea from Crab Orchard. Ky., on the ""ly the ne.vt .m.imn; W.ishi.mto.1 Iloelvs is back trom "ul MlL tfc '"" ,,u,",u " " '" can be cut from this place, also a lot Crab Orchard and Somerset road Ihe innbibiet. will be nl- r'veeter ushu'ti m Hooks siivs 1... ot walnut lumber. oounded on the North by Uie lands he went A 6plendld stock pond fed by a nevto find out what lsitue lowed Ik- to reiuuu ui Ihu mule and people would gel thin;: sttai-- ht of James Wlllard; on the Kast by tbe used us .1 liveatehiiu de. fore thev sel into talking about Iheni er tallng spring. llellwuiier p.iiil for a cow he has About sixty acres of this farm Is es- luiul'j ot .lames Clark, on the South vice. The flies will luht on the mule He made the iiunouueenietit fuwn the i tryiiii; to sell him for $!l. pecially adapted to the raising of hemp by tbe lands of O. W. Cuest, nnd on will bent them to death Hop of a rail fence the ..rtier dav The l,eelsior Fiddling Hand was and then he and tobacco. vitli his mil. tho West by the Crab Orchard and Miiomoiitsl lhat ! expected to die in irngwullovV to the Wild Onion New, fie room house, just comSap Sprailliu was Ifnulcd in this jSomebodv repented this to some pleted. One mile from church and Somerset road, containing 8lxty, (CO) sdiool house Saturday nighl to t'ur- nil done up iu blindages, ilse, nml the reiHirt wns stnitetl bdiool. One larpe tobacco barn, built acres more or less. . . ... litsli iililsie lor tlie magie lantern last fall, also ood stock barn. Ten Terms. Tho said property wl I be show, but the Imus liddlo jarred the "'" l''' the i.ue ot the .issistnut Hint Nnsh was dyuiu'. Tlwn the re acres of young orchard. sold on a credit ot six mouths, and chimney off the lamps and put out toiuner. Sap eiigngcd iu i l'iglil 1'rt tntveled iu every Jinetioii, mui This lg a pplendld home and must ' fS.tinie it purchaser will bo required to give renehedl Musket Ifidgo "1 Straw with u fellow und nf- be seen to be appreciated. If no oale the Ihe li'.'hts. U luipmienl it was told that he had tried to enm- is made this farm will bL. rented on bond for the purchase price, with perThe blacksmith ut Hounding Mil- - 'i'" it " tbe same date, to the htghost bidder sona' security approved by tho Com lown died between them us to who got "' suiciue, few day ago nnd wns A. V. HOOT. missioner, the same being pjynble to for twj year ot 13U'. this buried amoii; the blnekberry bush. H'L' '"'"t ot the dillicuil. 05-thim, bearing six per cent Interest from es in the Gander creek gruvejnrd. brought on uiiothev fight which was date ot salo until paid, with Hen re- He ordered n hcndboanl put up ut The byliindei, it fceverc. FARM FOR SALE! tained on the land to secure the pay once wilh his name on it, so that teems, took sides with Sup, h they ment of said bond, and the same to the public would know that he was hauled him home, while the other " UNDERTAKIR8 AND EM. We will sell privately a farm ot have tho forco and effect of a Judg- no louger in business. 'fellow had to walk. 130 acres In Lincoln county, about BALMERS. ment ALSO DEAL. I I lock Hacks uud Klliek Hellwun Tobe Moseloy's clock has run mile from Crab OrchKy., one-haTh0 puryost of said sale Is to satis ER IN FURNITURE, MAT. ard, nicely located, mostly bottom fy a Judgment rendered In favor of down main. Somehow this clock per were arrested last Sunday by bus never been able lo keep up with the Deputy Constable on u ehnrgf land, very productive. Every aero TINGS, RUGS. THEY WILL tillable, an abundance of stock water plaintiff against thc defendant lor the Ihe progress of time and has caused of engaging in a fight ut the front and especially adapted to corn and sum ot 1100, with six per cent inter Tobe nnd his fumily a lot of mi- - door of the Dog Hill church. The EXCHANGE FURNITURE grass. Good tenant house of three est from Aug. 10, l'JOS uutll paid subFOR ALL KINDS OF STOCK. roomg on farm. Terms reasonable ject to a credit of lit) paid March 10, ') Apply at onco to. 1!11, und tho costs of thin action, es GIVE THEM A CALL. PRICE i'Ml tlmated at $35. This Ju'y 10, 1SU, R. H. Uronaugb, Agent. RIGHT. tu:o. i) plouknci:. m. c. l. v. c. SALE! ADMINISTRATOR'S STANFORD, : Atfy lor Plaintiff T J. Hill. KENTUCKY. one-thir- d one-thir- nil together t in'i two. Casev Circuit Court of Kentucky; unite tinet- -. Terms eiiny. If not 11. II. McAnlnch's Administrator Mild will rent for en. for HH'J. and Heirs. I'lnlntlffs II II. McAn Will nlo sell Imlf interest in HO Inch's Heirs Defendants. lien's of corn t,u be criMed on phieo 11 lrtiio ot n'jiidgeuient and order nnd L'O .teres of fjrnsH niul stnlk of sale of Casey Circuit Court renderOra.ss hasn't i;nix(id ed at tho Mnrch term thereof, In tbe field, uboto styled cause tor the piirnoje of this yvor. settling the estate of II. II. McAnlnch, Mrs, WalthTWceni deceased, I shall proceed to offer for sale to the hlghext bidder at public A BIG DAY IN BR0OHEA. lutcry nt the residence on th farm, about one mile south of ML Sa'em on the McKlnney nnd Mil- On next Monday August Hth. ledgcvllle pike, on Saturday August llu. Hl.nrv IIomIiv .......... ..r ti .. 12th 1911 nt th,. hour or ten o'clock, a . " V". r UOt; to Mill' nt; pilltlie. farm Ivlne In IJnentn Coimlv. Kv.. nnlKlli,u,t the of Pin,. Lick Creek and miction Mme lieautiful residence lofri bounded by the Mlddlehurg nml hinall fnnns in best Klnner Turnpike, the land, of t!eorge,Csi(euee section. uhl.M.Iutelv mill. Mil ford Ku-McAnlnch. Itlckctihaur. . or llvlmh bank and others and containing in.. outj r,'i- property h.eatMtl1 us i (s, acres known a the Mack Wheat riirm Also at tho residence on the fnrm direelly hrtuccn town, fair grounds upon which the late II. II. Mc.nlneli sehool. we cm we no reuM.n resided nt the time of h s death, about , H,11 ;, Mtly , "' one mile north of Mlddleburg. Ky.. h ' sl,0,,,', "' people. on th0 Mlddleburg and .McKlnney pike be1 1 o'clock I on Saturday Augurt 12th nt Aiijono desiring to. nmit tin IJCoil-o- r thereabout. 1 will offer for sal,, the .,..l hloui,j )lot n,iSB tliH. ...woctuni. .. H, MeAti I null. ... . of sail II. a bcmitanil " "' deceSse.1 and d.crlbed a follows: Ljlng In Casey county, Ky.. on the ll""u' H,'c '"ill on ettteniely easy waters of Green lllver, and boundei! terms, by the land o: Win l.ticn ' . 'i Vi,- The coinpuiiv proiM;Ms M abler, . I K '.'offiv, Intr.es lllgg't'K. Itai,.ne i , ,,t free evei ley lfeli-- nn.i rthcrs ccntaltlng I6 sale one ticket which en-f(Kor umre lmrllfil- - n'"'' uere? lv survev description of both fnni's r,fer. titles them to one tbuw nt tin1 tree enco Is mad,, to tho Judgement;) 0t. The hnv nl.h iim.le nrniiij-e- I will first oifer this fnnn In elgtir "U,,N '" nud thon hb a whnln, aoteptlng thnt bid realizing the most to(M'ru' " "irlieeue. wlmli will lie en. 'jo.ved by all who iitlenil. llVmemller the estate TKUMS.-lto- lh ,1,,(L., August 21th, lit L faniiK will be sold 10 . upon n credit of tn six ll m-I- I ne. bi-e- l If WaaftfilfB Mtmtmml. In a Kknlllk laboralerjr In way that ao drugf lit caJ4 laiUal. ThU tonlo contain, to hrinlc up the red hlond enrputrlea; hot, on the other hand, It locreaiet their number ajnt they Ixcin roaad and kealthr. It help the human aytttm in the coniUnt maoufaeture of rich, red Moodl It help Ihe tlamach to atiimilate or take up the proper elements from the food, thereby helplnf dietiun and curing dyipepda, heart-burand many uncomfortable symptom, ilopi etceUe Imue waite In convaletcence (mm fever ; , for the lhlnhlooded people, the " Diicovery " it relrrahintf and Tltallzinl. Slick to thl tafe and tane remedy, nd rrlute all " uit a dood '" medicine offered hy the druflt who I looking lor lircr proCt. Nothing hut 2r. l'leree' fiulden Medical Dioovery will do yuu hall a much food. n ann-mio- f ,ln i nil. itrtwlaa, prpar4 lllr uimiftmimmi trnlat), W- rOMl) raaab at SPECIAL EXCURSION ,", t, CMCMtNATI AND RETURN Sunday, AUG. 13 i Me-.n- 1 I ;'' .... - kaPK00 rHumti Ttim. S1.50 Trlfi nli Run1 ,. SPECIAL TRAIN "'V" Leaves Junction City 5:56 a.m. ASK TICKET AGENTS FOR PARTICULARS. - s ;'l''l l"s "..'... - 'ie I ur f.Mr- ls,i. l,",U 1 Notice! Poultry Raisers 11-4- 4 CURES (. i. "frl six-roo- -- 'ae els-len- . one-four- - V-a ,!.. nntlh ua. '.k.t 1 ,. 4 ,,, - 1 "" .,,.',".' (, . t: rw llo-wall- ow '"& be-v.- ui - , Ik-ci- l'u wc l''t' "' J ' J. L. Beazley& Co ' C lf FREE SAMPLE CURED OLD PERSON'S DOWEL TROUDLE Lexington, Ky. Make your homo as modern tor your family as a ice, Silence, and place yourself in a position tn get the latent market quotation! at any time, This" cau bo accomplished by uieucs of our 'eephoue nervice which ynu and your neighbors can get for a uin that is email compared with the benefit received. Call or address our nearest office or wrilo direct to leadqiiartera, Nashville, Tenu., for iuformation regarding our sjiecial "Far- pier liltio rate, it you are nm ni preacui cujuyiug icicpnuuu servicx, we cau immttdiaUiJy interest you. Our liuw cover the States of Kentucky. Taasnn- - M.iuiupl, Louisiana sad tie fiouthern iiortiou of Indiana and EAST TENNE8SEE TEL. A TEL. CO. HUooU. JJIR. FAHMEK: (IMOOUrOUATKI" -,- -c As aduiinlstiitor or Thomas Ferrll. deceased, I will on Tuesday, August lf, mi, lit his late residence about two miles from Stanford,, on the pike, sell at public outcry his personal property, conslHtlng principalbuggy mure, 1 ly ono one pair of aged mules, 1 uged horse, 1 Jersey cow, soon bo fresh, 1 Poland China sow, 1 Jersey heifer, 2 shoats, and household kitchen furniture, farming utensils about U ucres of growing corn, etc,, etc Sums of $10 and )iiur cash In hand over that amount, tnree months credit on uote with ggood security, bearing 6 per cent, Interest from duto of sale. A. T. NUNNELLEY, Fine Blue Grass Farm Fof Sale! Situated on tho Stanford and Otten- holm pike miles from ritanforil; containing l'JK acres; 8'. acres in blue grass; new house of six rooms, hard wood finish, smoke house, lieu house. collar, clstein, at door, one hundred bearing trult trees In one inllo of Cu- lou church uud In three hundred yards ot Bchool. The place Is on Crcomer) routo and luiy u telepnone in residency This laud grown fine tobacco wheat, com and alfalfa. Wl sell for one third down balance to suit purchaser. Cn or wr to W. P. D shon. Stnn- 'A 1 set-tie- Administrator. ford C81 41. Lincoln Co., Ky., Uouto 1 Llox ! One of the most ramarkabla proofs of times a week until th system has d to Ita future condition. in unuiual laxative merit contained In Dr. Caldwell's Syrup repaln la that It la Among the strongest supporters of Dr. effective not only In people in the prima Caldwell' Syrup Pepaln are Mr. W. 11. ot Ufa, but at the extreme of age. As orn ot Nw Decatur. Ala. and Mr. deors manjr lattara are received from mother H. Hpauldlng of the National Soldlera' " aafev' a regarding the cure of children, aa (rum Ilonte. both alderly men. The iSSyHllli ' ,' men and women of alxly, aeventy and regular Kansa. ate bottle ran be bought ot any eighty years ot age. It must b truly druggiit at flfty cent and one dollar, but wonderful laxative. a free maple bottle can b had by Bendto th doctor. In the cur ot constipation and bowel ing your addra trouble In old peopl It ha no equal. It Dr. Caldwell that th oornota the constipation, dlatxla th bead-ach- e, purchaaa of his does not feel hi obliremedy nda blliutuneu. gas. drowalnea after gation. II haa specialised. In atomach, ating. ate. People advancing in ye&ra liver and bowel dlleaiea for over ahouid se to It that their bowels move year and will be pleased to ginforlv th freely, and It they do not to take Dr. reader any advice on the aublect fre ! Caldwell's Syrup rpaln. You can pro or charg. All are welcome to writ UNDERTAKER AND EMBALMED long your Ufa by naallhr bowel action. him. Whether for th medical sdvlc C1og4 bowala Invite dlase. Women ?.C addre KV him Dr. STANFORD, '.f?" bout to paa th menstrual period cannot t bUK ium uh rup Papain MVrl Office 'Phoue 117. Ho TBcm la. J. C. McClary IF f. I i"Pl ciit