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The Stanford interior journal: August 15, 1911 The Stanford interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images Shelton Saufley Stanford, KY 1911 int1911081501_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 15, 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. r,- mmAm - -- .. iflCcgiiKil kW The StANFORb Interior Journal. VOLUME XXXVIII. NO. 64. STANFORD, LINCOLN HANDSOME CAR. COUNTY, KENTUCKY. TUESDAY, AUGUST 15, 1911. EVERY TUESDAY I AND FRIDAY. CELEBRATE GOLDEN WEDDING ANNIVERSARY. NARROW ESCAPE ! For Number of Persons when Con wl,cel n Separator Broke. Four Generations of Family Gather I To Extend Cnnqratulatlons to I.mhi week while the threshing ma Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Bastin. chine (iiitftl of ltuttels iiml Cloisrl i)f , j.'nvl .;,j w,is t wrl; ,ii the ..... ....rlfniin 'or David Scot I. near Go-hi.i,.,, u.,.1,1,,,,, I ' nf.nriil..r bioke " Mi linn .mi. Ii. i. i h, hi in "-' ; """ tllllllX ami lippinxilimtelv ccl.liraleil ' "-. , thcr lion, on to, of I1..1IV CI,,, ugcib Mr. Scotl was s thug wit bin f ll n on ast Tuesih.v, Aiign- -l Sth. All it nwf.r 'f urn. . ml a im ilur t.r their ....... hum: children were nc . lc. ,r ' J ' !"w "."!"' f"," cic mipie.on except two who . ..s Hi lnl n w r iiwiilnhl .let.H..cd and the da n M n hhU "' lit spent ,u ,. I...,.pv fninilv rcmnon. . I ,., w 1 "t, en wslu '' "-- --e- ''"l''" 7, ...--.- visitors, the little .Misses Sprnguc, LINCOLN'S DELEGATES jt.f Louisville. .Miss Cnllie Adams TO STATE CONVENTION. llanliii linn joined the ,To Lecture Here on The 19th, at Re- Airs. I:IiIt W. Ti. t of Kirks- - ''lis heen vUiliniy .Mi-- s Lee I'mllicr, uuest of Local Creamery Co. iiificnsing ninkH of unto owners hi Held villu filled tlio pulpit at the Christ- - of Richmond. Misses Helen and Named at Quiet Convention liniiil-oii- ie Stanford. Klu purchased Here Saturday They Go Un- .Martha Clill hnvu been the guests Alvm J. Reed, Dnlrv Specialist, tinn church Sunday morning. scntcd Chnlniei'H cur lust week, instrncted. Prof. J. 1,. Hi Icy, the new principal ,,J--' Airs. Chcnniilt at Crab Orchard John Owsley Iteitl making the scice- - nml Prof. S. It. Hryiuil of Stnte I'm- turn lor nor. u is u iicauiy. tioun ersiiy i.cxingion, nave neen sectircu (oi the pitliliu school nml wite ot At- - spring", '.r. puck l.nwnrtis was of the .Stanford ,UuUl mvu nrrivc.l and are occupy- - 'tiled to Oklahoma by the illness ri Only n few of the democrats of Hn.vdeu will lie Mrs. Hardin's elianf- - bv the officers Ic.enmery Company to deliver a Ice- - ,,.- ,jIt,. - mother, Mrs. T. J. lMwnrd-- . '''"coin, count' attended the mass t'oll.e buiT.litiK.. ....... ..- ... ,uri, j conxenhon hehl nt the court housu Sutuidiiv Auitiist JOth i :.. :.. - s...i..v'- - i i ... " t..,. J '"".'in'- - snlur,lflV lo " w' "m"""v """ W,,H M" l"""I ,ii. ll , ,, .l..r.wt ..f ,h, di.irv in.hwtrv HUSTONVILLE. ' Z&U ftiJy ,cll nt Louisvillt. TueS(lay. Te nrc lhomAy conversant with the om.g hor-- ,' s improving ami it is (.,,.,.,.,, ,,,,tor.) ox of ,, nw M.n, ,lkesbarref Pa. dclcKules and alternates ncre nam- (,( h lmn. lKlu. mil , ,hped he ill noon recoM-- from the lUi-nnu- I.ojran, lt I.ljnore, )of Mtirmincliniii, cd, who Ko iminstriicted the official exploded last Sunday ewn- - 'ihe i:perimcnt Statiwi at l.exinto'n ...cci.lenl. .l.urcl, here with his parents, Mr. ami minute of the convention being t.s much (ho mwc!,,! reqnest of the Stan- Maurice Ashley, son of the late ,,imm(l. J, U11S , the middle of ford Creamery Company. Mr. Silas Ashley of this place .....1 Mim. J. W. Ignore. Mi. I'.lbert follows. c BUYS DAIRY SPECIALIST. LANCASTER. fi' fi-n- I - th " ,,,.,; r u'l&S1'" "-- V '....-J..- S & t 't I in tcll.cr ,,,. tbcv iI...M. journejed i.l..iW lifeV pathway, ha...! ... hand Mr ami Mrs. ItaM-mari.ed . v it i.ioroin ciniiiiy linn, b Hex .lined tuid li.ni' made then' hev haw home here Milec. end a er bappx marrieit lile. Ten (hildren wcie I10111 10 their union of whom nine art thing mid !hecnml tamilies of their own, w to make up ii larvc circle of lined tines to cull them father ami mother and irand-Inthnml wiiliilmolher. Theie are .IS uramlchililreii and two In all there wcio (V n- convention at Jo 'c lock "'1 " r.,,M.,rt ,,,m1 ''i0 J;!1"15 " "u,rv n,l,K "'w; joun dauu'htcr of Mr nml Mr.- -. I.. .1. "re uucsts of Senator and Mrs. (ico- - V" m No 1011, JI" Sntiirdny A u wist total darkness. : them a jrood icnr iir and fad ,,. T. Miss Jennie 1 nekev "' "cl '" mraP; "' ..,. s ,lllr, ,Mr "t the court house and were colled ,,eV wtre unable out the possibilities of the Dairv he"f""1 . i x.s.t to P. ,, .11 of he bride, , ,w.r, !)llsitl,. , ,, ,, )(tu,:. b gieltjii M Snufl wi "1 Mr;. Herbert Price of Dniiwlle. ,, iro.t a n.tr int.. ll... . in. of to ,. , The hnppy ymini; ,f ,15lli'h offieintinp. Ul0 uWncu (l tllc cbninnan, G. L. .,,5 ,cs,is. The ladies are cor- - '1:111111 t leu lor l inciiiiiiiti - x ....- lie . . ., iviiiini-ei-i :r iiuiny mis I'ciiirneii imp .l nnnv TI., m:...i...h iiitim mill " 1. ,.r ii,.n. m:..ii.. :... :....! iixiiik iiirtm "i" .. " j ir.li 111.1 ill liiiiii'ii. . I! iiiii'iii'ii i...i.. itui.ti uiiibiiinrii ...;. iiiuiiu 11111. .1 ..., . .. .. wno mr-- n. !... 1... or llie ciiiiurcii f groom holds n woil position. Until to Her home nt ielio!asville after peconded. J. I). F.nds was elected ""' .'." .Ii.nl nfPiirreil. ...I "l " I... "" "l" ."-'n in ecr ' .the bride and nuuu arc talented it pleusant stay with .Miss Minnie tftnporary rhnirmun and Shelton AL ni" " !" " EAST HIGHLAND. .lames iiivcll. .Mr. lnjior nrove n: "" Urown. AIr. Jennie Scott is visit- - Saufley temporary secretary. Thero new machine over. iiuisieians. PREACHERSVILLE. Miss Alliertri. rtfCovinjiton is vis- The Hev. Kd. Iliibli.irtl of Stan- - I Miss Kate Hicks, aue 'JJ onrs nig Air. nml Mrs. Charles Scott in 'lon on motion duly made nnd sec- Him; the Missis Pcavvhouc. ifonl, is foiiiluctiiiK a serie-- . of meet- - ,nct n nd mid very painfnl'ilentli Cincinnati. Airs. Sadie Chair Dn outlet! the temporary organization V I t .. c nml witV .1.1 i. '..1 ir. I. If t!. I. xvns made permanent. V.. V. "i 'V'C, 1" .f. J'T "l .""" L'"!1':' mn Hl,,,,,1 M,TT fiihiwinB the exiitoslnn of n lamp at vis and daughter, of Florida, are of Mr. and . of Chienao wcie On motion made seconded and car -' , , , "e .er.es 01 ne.iverics m ' "ii" . here visiting lelatives. .Miss, Fannie Mark.bury. f ,, Mr. n....ry.. O. Spoo.iamorc. 1,,.- ,- In- - is verv mi. ell linprovcil l Ins i'y ppp,oiiaw? rc btinj; received by ried the following resolutions were . t ,1 ,f ' Tinder left the past week to visit ndoptcd. "I "r W lta"JI ,llt''1 '" V.Mr Spruit. I n;V pu.ple seeking the truth as Christ Mi-- s 11ml .ere ,,u Ms .,f H. iv h H'' We. the democrats TmnbUir f S1Im.r,ll ., ,'"",.L--"' T he .leee.n.e.1Thursday nt .1- in Lexington Woods, ntteml the fair. of Resolved, County, in mass conven,..., Iiml Other Il.d.. AiNs Cnrrit? lllcenb.irv. lit ....'..,...,IFf'UllllllllU IHI lll--l 11 Wlllllll- - ',. '" mil leen fll t .Mntichestei, :....:.... Lincoln :.i. :.. f ., ...... . ,1111 I "I. .' IH" till" iilll ..'....Oregon ros- - pt and Hoosicr ikiiiiIs 011 Ibis happy octusiou S. I), ifivvt'll, is 111 His iPiintra- - 11 it in health ior several years past Ohio, is the guest of her emis'm, Airs. tion assembled approve the calling effectiveucs.. l eoiintiy dinner Mr. and Mrs. A. M. Hiatt. t.f 11 tine, Air. and Airs ol this convention. peeling. time ami explanations have been s() buf was always bright and clicifn Snlliu AleCormack. of Air. and wiih hprcid, with Mi lliiitiu at the Itrodhcntl vi ere wicst2nd We endor-- c the candidacy Mr. J. I.. Alt'Kff Itllte Is liliiiu and simple that even the little .mid n rim. riiristimi t linrnnter. He. J. K. liohiiison and Air. nnd Airs. lieati of the table and Mis Hasliu Mrs. .1. M. Cress. elntives nt Ciucimuiti. ones can easily coinpreheml them. Lidcs her liusliaiid two son" and .7. AL Fnrrn are enjoying a recup- of each and every candidate nomi- Air. iiml .Mrs. .1. M. Koines af nt the foot. i.nteil at the Democratic Prnnnry M,-- s l.i,,ie (I.lloek has returned We reel the paramount necessity of tIle ,U,.tli, erative stay nt Estill Springs. Aliss election held on of v'tdd Lebamiii, and Air. mid .Mr. V. At. Mn beiintiful pn-e- utthe 1st day of July ... Liberty whe.e mIic spent h.-throughout (1 ,, lIllllJ,,w lnmlrn . ,ke ev.ingelmng , ,, Llirnheth Scott, of Kansas, came on mid '.tivtiiw, of Laiiciistei visited (leoiue tn.ni f mil silver wcie hioiuht to Mr. lull, an ;dthe candidncy of Hon". . . .. vaeatiuii. this bind, and our pn.jers are that ,," ,,ther Monday .Mr. Muslin a tcstinuiiiialx to tin (). Siiooiiamore and wite. "" ..rra, oni,,tenl will so uLun- - I;;'11' w"' " Air. (leorgc H.mloi. and daughtei f Mrs; fre- - Tinder. for a visit to Aliss Delia Clms. A. Hnrdin for circuit jatute .Master Joe ( ress las ictiirneil love 111 which tbcv are held, union,; believeing that every democrat and """ plm-i- ' whom she mo visiting relatives at Campbells- - .,.,mv ,,.,s him mid his Christ liko I!""'ls tin-ia L'obl watch, it handsome, ifroin 11 pleasant visit to his uncle ville. .tfatly visited. 1'ive bisters and all those calling themselves demojhelpmnte Hint they m.iy contimm t Moiiiic.-llo- . walkilii; cane mid other Jiulw W. K. Cess, itiltl benileil MONTGOMERY BUCHANAN crats, can mid will support each of All. John Wesley of Aliildlebiirg mi the "rami anil most excellent work three brothers also mourn her death. Ali-- s Ituliy Cits, visited Mr. Little iisetul wfts. them; and we pledge ourselves to do m which the.v lire engaged 111 Christ's Mr. John Lackey aged 81 years Stjuiff.nl. Aliss Marv vvis in this city Thursday Popular Youna Couple Are Married all in our power to increase the demo The cbiblreii, uriimlchililieii iiml T. V. .lout's nt Kiiidiick Alcoin nnd sister were vimviird. ,K,l t his home near AleCrearv af- her At Crab Orchard. their chllilrcii mid relatives present jCuldiroii, of Alilledwville tratic majori-- i' in Lincoln county s Singlctoii of Waynes. ,,., Aliss Kl-- ie of Dr. lYivvurd Alcorn and ,,Ml.nll decline. Oone sii and N'oia and Violet gie-twcie AIrr and Mrs. .1. W Itastin Hid fnemU. Ali-nnd we call on nil democrats to rally l.imily last week. l.urg. iNiriui her school nt t us place fllip daughters survive him his wif. Mrs. Lee II. Mitchell 11ml Smilli. ibiugblcr We had the pleasure of uttpiidiin. to the support of Jumes, AlcCreary, ,7 . Air. and Mrs. Kuvvlaml ltishop, Monday b.st with a good attendance. , v. Kv., nAliss Mary Ctirti- - .ind diiMuhttr. 'Vw,rs her two children, of the marriage uf Aliss I.ula Hello Alont llanliii nml the ie- -t o fthe splendid .Miss Minnie Mcv.uftev. who has Imumi v.'eie giifsts, of .Miss Kliabfth Verthe latter liemi: the great graiiilcl.il- - '.Mrs. Jlasoii. of Somerset nml Misses million at D.tuvillc hisl week. to Air. Charles Itiiehanan. ticket offered for their suffrage.. been her sister in lllim.i- -. vn" m La.icaster eemetery. A pm- "",'1- n tnHIUiH tfllow. ot Uirist has ot (1 )a v,vw(if ,,f tircn of Mr. and .Mrs. Itnitui; Mrs. Louisville, Ilrd. We point with pride to tho Ky at the country The Misses Hilton are guests of jccently returned li.tuie. Ciuil P.ier and daiigbter. of Itaniboo. ((,(,fc W,n, f jir. , jirs. Aliss Ste.'fiisou. John Item, n young man of our pnsscd from out the ranks of men home of the bride's parents, Air. anil course pursued by the democrats, in Win. uiiiinxf.it nnd .. (, .. Wisconsin; Alr .Misses Snllie mnl Louise Cnook have M'ctiuu is verv low with typhoid fev- - but leaves a glorious heritage for his .Urs. David Street. It has become it our national congress, and especial r( l,r... steiotypcd phrase to say. "The ly do we etulor-- e the course of the 'Y' "V,,, , ":,! Mi- -. h. letiitned trom 11 pleas tut vis'u lvtm- - h- - l"'rltil.lr lr S I.. ltiitnt. wife and W. Underha- - been very fee- f lends at Hradfordsville. Marlon .s nniriu.l deaioeriils met in c.nivcn- - groom is lieh and bmidsome nnd the lion. Champ Clark. erj.-, , last Iterustadt. Kv.: Mrs. .lames )....' Sain Luk letl List week lor an hle for several days but is thought .;..,. !... ... ..(...,.... (in 1,.. bride beautitul and aecomnlislipil. wood and Harvey Helm. Ander-o- n sold ..U acres ..I John i...i , itwM miv.' irtiitiititij ill 11.1 111111111 but we will only .s iy, that a more atItoonc. her husband mi.l cluldieu. of 4th We select as delegates to ntt xteiiib'd Western trip. to be improving. j Hamilton being elected permanent tractive couple never stood before teml the convention to be held nt this coiiutv . Mrs. .lames num. hit 1.11111 10 n. ,,.. mo tor .Miss Khra Kout is visiting .her Mr. .loe llaugli mill family oT the who has been Mrs. t.r tin- - r. Hminnan nn.l G. H. Swincbroad -- iv. the allar. The wedding inarch was Louisville on Auiist 15th 1911 tho UiSh. , u, ha.hand and e ..hlren, Stnnlord ..c.ghboihooil are' visitina re,ar-N.'...- ,,. s ( .r hrothcr. Mr. John Hohbuis They endorsed the call of played by Mrs. Allie Pcttu- -, and u following democrats of Lincoln tv .11..I Mrs. 1'. II. W.il.nins. and Hi, m their father. Mr. Albert Daugh. dreii of Jobnin coiinlv. tw "' nt Hrdhfiul is now with flifiids ami I,,,,,,,.,) Air. Jack .Mill- -, recently made a tbo Platform convention to meet in short and impressive ceremony wns eountty. )ai,ue ,iir. daughter- -. Mrs. Charles law.". W. K. Perkins. Hundley m, Gooch, the Falls City ii Tuesday, Aug. 1.",, pel formed bv Klder J. G. Livimr-tn- n MelVnon. ot Mt. Vein,.... - Iviug trip to Louisville. " " ' .lames I'liitis. wite .111.I lamily ami 'the guest of Dr. nml Mrs. Cinldrt-- s, , t Stanford, mid Mt. .1. e. AL F. ll is repoitcd thut the Green rivet nml selected the following delegates' After which din, ice was served The J. X. Cash, Jerri I ...wis, Kansas, vv.r "" .. fiiemts and v'l I which begun llie Tt li with who go uninstrueted: Dr. Itohou is Judge Deiinv only comment we will make on it is iN'orth, S. T.-, Harris G. L. Penny, ... f ml . - ' steve Ctirlis, of llacklcv, were visit' , ln, f .H. S. .M. Helm. Shelton in tow... T. AInlliiis as hel'usmmi. is pro- - Captain J. A. Dotv, T. II. Hobiiisoii. it wns superintended by Airs. Ora If. W. GivenAL Saufley. street the "," 'iT'Miir.T Mi's Itettie Jonc- - w.,s the guest of gres.iug nicdv. w. it. .M11M, and" George T. FtiJkris. Airs. AL brides mother assisted by Govcr, Georgeand alternates, Curtis "! Mrs l. T. Lu.isfor.1. I). Weatherford, W. . Fish. 0f Crab Orchard I I little A. H Cl,,,,, Itrsike and wife Lanenster - soon to have erected All who know these elegant cai ru ' ladies A. Larson, If. L. Hubble, J. D. Svvopo " ,Mr within it- - limits several huml-om- it j know what this means. There wen- - J. T. Kmbry. W. 11. Shanks, T. J. -- i w:dr;,'::ml-"Xm Theodore Currey, present only n few of their intimate Hill, Jr., W. L. AlcCarty, W. S. H. It. Flo.vd wa- - the guest ldli"RS Mis. v,,,!. Mrs. John It. Anders,,,, and ch.l- , Ifureli. .,,.1 w.fo. H- "- ,'',,,,, '"'J1 lf,1",1si ,.e ot her aunt Mrs. Ahttie AIcKinncy "ml " 0. Davidson bon.dit desiinble menus. Ar,m. Slliuiiw ttiu ami And we further instruct our said ( lintoii. Holbeit If there is nnvlliiiiL- - in .innL- .n. i,in.n cMr,.. x;x,- mid mm.t. ', tow,, Wi'diifstlnx. sites 011 Kichmoml avenue from G. om Hanging Folk. delegates to xote a- - a unit oil nil Ijivtin. nil Jf ,'","'".s,,'n"; )',r.i' wiV.'l-M,- s Mr","1 Mr''' '''' litMutiful Airs. A. V.. Green, of AIcKinncy is 1;. Swincbroad on which they will will say this young couple countn home, of ''""'' art thoroughbreds, , the luide heii... . question- - that max come before said Floyd. ."nnt 1V1. soon have constructed diover (Jastineaii. near Point Lenv- - !Mi. W. ll. Cownu mid -- NUt whs the gtu-s- i of two up-t- o ,.,,. of the late Dr. convention. Miss Co. dn Meliunch of this place date residences. ope, to their .....in friends ,11(,w I;',,""Y Assessor W. S. tliouuis Montgoniery. Thereupon a motion made and of Stanford, lov.ra is visiting ..lativcs .,t Kidd-- s Store Carricr is ,,..; Kcv. Andc-soCoinehus was itI ...s. Wednesi.av evening f nnd a lineal descendant of General seconded the convention ndjourued. ' . Air Marshall tailer was the guest a , Kr.15, -.- "i " J. I). KADS Chairman, Alonlgomeiy, of Revolutionary fame, of Mis Mattie llovd last Sunday . te 'hiv. homestead 011 Danville avenue. SUEI.TON SAUFLEY, Sec'y .,.. 'llie groom's, father is W. K. Huehan- eml.ltf nwiin to atie utteruooii. tvpieal su.l,c,n a .,,,,..,,,,,.,,,,..,,,, m 01 .,.. Al.ss larv t oldiiou. who has been 1, uoii.l w.d.lmg .elelinitio M. ,.,.,.,.:,..,.., Misses 'loin D.imeimi mid Laura I .'' c- - Fox shipped a enr load of an ami his mother wa- - Hettie ''"-1'- '1 , '' in wluel. CRAB ORCHARD. , the guest of Misses ,ole t . nml .Vontl,,, IiroII1i,. (he pleasure of even Glider, will leave this vvtek to at- - mixed stuck from this city hist Tue Lewis. He i a lineal descendant of , . . . ma. ! .1. ' . day, having bought a bunch of eat- - the Highland Chieftain iri.'i.s til ,111 I'll tn.ir ..r -. .... -. "" II ..v.., Lineolii anil miii li is now vvitn her Ineml. Miss ,,, nnd t In. Misses ( i.wmi- - -- well tei.d the Itiisscll Springs fair. Hucbmian Air. Charlie lluclmimn of Louis1111,1 virHe from Air. Chrk, of this vicinity who fought in the rank- - of Sir Wil' l.tllif llallaid in Cairanl. theie's no need to explain it for every ville, one of our Lincoln county boys eUewhore will I he tbiesbmg CINCINNATI MARKETS varioi,- '- liam Wallace at the bloody aughter machine ol liailels one knows their true suathi-ri- i and 20 or more head fiom . of Falkiik ami K.inibiiskenueth. wns quietly .married lo jMi- -s Lthel! After ices and cakes were & (liesI was h.i.lly diiuiaged I.,- -t local parties, and liO hogs from Gar- PARKSVILLE. Ouu part of the bride's etluention Montgomery !a- -t we.'.c Only a tew present very icluctaul-l- y vet'U bv sum1 eunvas catching in the served those Ciucinnati, Aug. 14. Cattl. Ke- - j,a,1 Mockmen for which be paid fiig i.s perfect as for a fine cook she, friends were iiiv'trtl. After the "ero took leave feeling 'twas good to Dr W A. Hr.n Int. r- - nriie.1 from ( alleys. ecipts :i8:t head; mniket ste.nlv and tml"- - ' A. Arnold bought Ll 200- - can't be beaten in Kentucky for mony thev partook of an elegant dinbe there. r. '""' iiiit"i""hili"'l ''ad a new t morality the groom ha- - no superior. ner nnd then drove to Crab Orchard Im'iiff.i. Miss Lucy AIlm.i. - visit, ng her tp.iet atesterila.v-- s piice- -: stee.s I"'"1"1 hog- - from Samuel ILiines train back Siiniiii'l Ilnvs, who has bet .1 bine and wns as piuud of it as the sisicr Air.. Hill Spuhliiig nt Louis(''j cents. Job Alaisee sold a buiieli They bad been sweethears lrom for the crowd were at to L:;isvil'e. is.l.fiO(T. ti.S.i ; heitci .2..i0i.i'.l.i; tha de.iot to f hi. first boots. Alter ville. """ill boy i ihihlhood, nnd no ship indents' ivitli Quite n o ,1 u.gerou.lv ill. is belter pouml cattle to .1. D. Pope ut see them oif. over'.- - (pitine! ever left their poit. Aliss Mlnni'ln. Van.leveer ot Stan cows fl.2."ifil.8.i; calves quiet and 3:1', cents. . 1.... vt T,.rUinioii losi from entering a nice long stretch of toad Charlie is a fine young man mid 'Ilii'v 'veie married at 'J:U0 P. M., ,'.-"''s'o.l ,!escemlim-- n lull , ford is the guest of Miss Klla ll.tr 2"c to fiOe lower nt :i(i?7.2.'. Hogs brood ,'" -- l'i'd .lames P.rultou sold a biimb of his-" ,1 ', valmible IM Kinibb' after which dinner wa- - served then .May bride is talented young laoy. Thinking to Met to. .nemlv a mile nwnv. pouml hog- - to Alillard Ileiring this life be happy uud I'iu-uiI- . n'- Ibex took the live o'clock train for of Dcnui. Spriignis wiP l.Vieipts I.'.IOO bead; nimket active J'0 !tt his horn he sta'ileil coiitinui.l M,.Oc..n.eUPotts.sol.lt..ur.at - ,i;iik liii(iU iMi Louisville where they will make their plea.ed to know he :s iinpiovmg mid steady nnd ,'ic higher; packer- - t (5'i ''" u uIil "",1 "" '""w ," Air- -. Kitty King mid Dinghtcr .1. future home. stags .f:t."."C .""; ' ""hhlo & Kuhunks bought :i "w lmn "M ttsttm s.7:80(?r7:9(i; .x .,!.:... ..Ihm.1 bOii pound, to e.lv Ala ; pig urnC ,lt ItH'hmond that cost trom il75 I like to forgot to say the bride, Aliss Georgia, "from llirmiiigiimu, sows .f 4.50(0.7.-,v .if I cunt Johnson ..bliviou, to long d,snce wni'i.i.ig , p.,,,,, 2 lier ,,e,u'' Kiniiaird It.ntiiie, wa- - dressed in white, and received nre mingling with't'rieiids and relar,irdlnaeccpcd., light- - H(?T8. Shfi'i K eipts 2.- beti not imv Mr Henry Mfidors . Wih ns inn st it, -- IomI.v milled out to j,Mj,; ujn, e drug com- so,d ,0 Alexander Uros., a pair of many beautiful present- -. In conclu- tives here mid Tit' Stanford. i71 bend; market stea.lv .it ?l..-)0- .i Air. Will Campbell, cnum up from sion as to thi- - dear couple will say ter lit friends will legiet this and the loud .is if meeting aiilos ,eie a t:.iix. at Wilmore Kv. for l7 i,n(l lllL' 3.50. Lambs active and strong at mxv- P.tnvillu to vi-- it his sisters-- . Air. Combest of Liviug-lo- u of his life. The driver, nt piis -, hope he mux soon recover. that may He who holds us in the G. V. Mi, Delia. pint for 130- Aliller mid her granddaughter hi- - hand make them mi Stanley $m.w. In'iin- - his school ing said: ".Mister you lo.t your honl - ihs visiting her sister Mrs ' Prof. J D. Minor Kubcl brother.- - bought from G. W. hollow of titCVCIIsOU object of special care and may their of Oklahoma - visiting her sister Thompson n pair of mulea E. Hrooks lifter mi extended rt Clem- - fhaiwl. Hi- - -- el.ool open- that time.'' PUBLIC SALE!! Dr. IMwat.l Alcorn attended the life be such that when (lib Airs. S. Ml. .itteinllince of for $:I3j. D S. Hankin bought from iuttire trump shall sound they may visit in the East. ed with thf " final flir lust week if Danville. Afr. Curtis Gover is beginning to PLEASANT POINT. Samuel linger n mule for be permitted to eat of the tre.) ot Mrr. Jitnies Joue- - who ha- - t..,lioid Aliss Mollie H.irklev. of Lexingimprove his new home. " ton is the guest of Miss Mollie Drown was in a very serious condition life, which is in the midst of thu para ler, f150' ,X!'I tvill sell-- at public auction on We nre sorry Air. Wurd Alooie has The iciMtrt of the tir-- t month of to Miss I Cut It Culbeisoii is visiting Iltitcheson for tL)0. disc of God. A FHIKND. xestcrdav. She resides near Alum another ease of typhoid fever. Thursday, August 17, 19 11, Danville, . rf w. . Mnfon Inill ,laUB,lter tin Pleasant Point -- ehool endieg llr. Walter Vannrsdale nt JspringH. Mjss MeUudie Chadwiek entertain At my place known as the W. F. MJmI K(J,m buty. Mt ,Bb( Thun,dliv fnr ed quite n number of her friends In Mjs. C. T. Clellantl and childicii. August 11, is as follow- -: M0RELAND. The people of the Ilaptist church Oislion farm J2 miles from Stan- - Vojoum in Cincinnati and a 'visit to Ilov- - enrolled Ll, girl enrolled 2.",, honor af her guest, Aliss Day. of .Midulesboro. panic down last evgnve ti picnic last Weilnecdny nfttT-noo- n ford on tbo Ottcnheim pike one line ,oy Uuynet HilNboro, 0. ening mid will be with the family total CS. Air. Jim Grubb- -' country cow nnd calf, farming implements, Jrs out at Large crowds are attending the A well known Des Moines woman Mrs Mnrv Tayl()r hnh re(urnt,tl Average attendance for month home. Supper wns served 011 tbo one good wagon nnd bar- - ,.. tnm i.;rho,ir'ville, neeompnnicd meeting we are having ut tlio More-lan- d after suffering mierably for two of Prof. T. K. Cli'llniid. " few days rounds ,iud all enioved the good Christian church. fhild of Samuel St revel bovs HO; girl- - 22; total fl. good buggy and buggy , d An infant , ,.a M ,ob Mr. Eil Carpenter " making great days from bowel complaint was curharness, also some good bacon; , ,. .lied Wednesday night and was bullThe following were neither absent things. . The young people of Hustoiixille household and kitchen furniture, nil nno leave iuilt to resme in i.ouis- - improvements on his residence. Ho ed by one dose of Chamberlain's ColThe parents ed ut Chest.mt Drove. tardy during the month. or villo. had a 'fleliglitful hav ride Friday ha- - put in concrete steps uud a, ic, Cholera mid Diurrlioea Remedy. have tin.' hunpiith.v of all their Grade 1. Joe Dve, Keith Jacobs, night chaperoned by Prof, and Airs puieticnllv new. I'rii'nd-- " n n VANHnnK r.i.i,. I Ali-- s Kella Arnold has gone on n walk from the street to his house. s For sale by nil dealotv. (Veil Jacob- -. Alary Mat thy (Iriffin. S. S. ltobiiisou. Traveling - a little rough now-alnj to Cincinnati Chicago, Indian- Albert flilpm. thu tight jcar old Lovers of music should hear the tbcv are putting uevr metal on Orade 2. Woodford King Herthii Henry (lilpin. in tr.xing to get npolis, St. Louis and Louisville, .Mi- -s Mn of Llfa Ona Long Leaaon. Hie Hiistonville Chris musical given wagon, fell mid the Dve, Hstber Wall. stieet. -011 it moving Wll" 1,,,,,t,m Logsden. of Junction Alain large crowd from hero ntteud-c- tl It frequently Happens that ttioaa A Aug. . They aay ahe baa never quarreled passed chiii-- ,'i on Friday evening tilth wagon is supposed to lmxo whom you. Id your vanity, oontlder tirade II. Aubrey (lillilaud. with ber buaband.' "Then aba mutt t".ly, is the guest of Mi Sue Shelby the Lexington fair. by Ali-- s Lulu It.ites, of Dituvillo your intertora, can teach you mora over his hod v. The wagon was loadget up nnd close the windows herself Mason, Alixx Fruukie Kmiffmaii is (Initio A. Willie Wall. Joe Payne, 18th, ed Willi cranulated sugar and driven of Slnte every lime li i atns at nlBbt." Detroit violinist, Air. Kd We-lthun you know youraelt. There ta sister, Mrs. Wohn 11. her IMPORTANT NOTICE!! none wtio ruiuiol le.cn ua something. bv Joidan Curler, who was taking Calvin (Iraxbeal. College, Lexington, coiueti-- t, Mi-- s v,r, I're'"' Sbnckclfoid. of Columbus. 0, Mis- (trade 7. Alavnie Singleton. Kthel Alagce, Cumberland tTroo-er- y tin, sugnr for the of Danville, pianist a Jimie Lackey is at home ngain, at- Ilogue, Annie Webb, Oda Blown, Co.. trom Junction City to Leba-lioFARM FOR SALE! Those who have entered or who Catherine Wauiuer, of Hiisby .Mi Cuts mid Inuistvi may be hciilcd in ir n visit to ber niece. Mr- -. II. II. The tlriver did nnl know the Floieace Wall, Alavuio Mrown. We will sell prtrntely a farm of tonville. as soloist. (Iciicrul admission uhniit want to enter horses and mules In tho time lequired l'ii ree. of Danville. Clrti.lv 8. Charlie Jltowu. Mrs. Georgu hllli: Imv was iujnred. His little broth about 130 acres in Lincoln county. 2.". cents. by tlio usual treatment by applying J. Patterson nnd daughter Mis our catalogue sale September 7th will Ky., one-ha-lf mile- from Crab Orelier was with him but was so frighten-t;- d n ordinarv imi.o of tiiarrol, en can ( hambcrhiin s Liniuient. It is nn tm- - Helen leave Tuesday for a visit to please bring pedigrees and descrlp-he- al anl. nicely located, mostl- - bottom did not tell Mr. Carter but went land, tery productive. Every acre Evlli Have Root In Idlanet. hMiie mid told his mother that Albert as n rule be .'tired b .1 single doy xvithout inaturatioii. This llui- in Illinois. t(8n and ste Charley Lutes or my- - tillable, an abundance of stock wa(er Idleneis ta tba root ot man avlla. use was dead. The hoy is bruised from of ( hamberlaiiiV Colio Cholera iui! mm euuses sucu injuries to ne juvenile, set were Riven an nun ropuciany auapieq to corn and h "ot later than AuSUsl ,0th ' hips to top of his lii'U.I. thu wagon Dimihiicii Hemcd.v Thi remedy has Toe Idleueaa which ureyi upou tha UK.it iiu also relieve, soreness of the entoyablo hay nde by rs Uoh - "lf rrasii. Good tenant houQ of three . power ot another and wheel apparently ticrnping ouu side no superior for bowel complaint (orcea It to dlabonnaty, la tha crimi- muscle nml rheumatio paius. For J''l' 3 tooj oiujnaiutT We Wily want """, bis face. Strunge us it u tbo of For bulii by all dealers. Sale li' nal id ton c poy is still alive. .V onWlSilIl' the c..sliii to break and fl direction. Home ..r over .. bund ed fe ,t . , 1 ''"'' - in ext'iv 'illlri. ' ; muse """in was M 0t l11 ,,, ,,. t'i F. "nt J'-ith fU 1 11 11 ,.i 11 I I . 1 ,' ,;, ,,. .Hm-outs- I -- ,,,.,. I I oa-i- r ,. ."' J se Pil'.-hni- j. K,k r,.,, - - "'" frrt K-- .1.1.. .. 'i w. It.t-.li- it I nr v, t.'. a .,,,,,. ,. rili.i Uri-co- I.r "'MrmsK .'. 1 11111- - t.niu.. I, 1 k7!m; u ,Mrtt.n pAK, tS t.av - j i- .i - Alis-Alat- lie I,l,U..-eph(.f.kcv.- ot z -- ZZhwUUU' . .r.r "-- "'- ! "' atisr,:C . ,,, grand-tlaiight- er opnl.M-couple- m a ,;.'.. ' v. -l- I ma-M- V 1 11 ,. pio-per-o- -- miile-comm- ou I ls .,,., "''r . i- R''W tWo-hor- se ' ..... -- ey ng 1 n. one-thir- d - Ala-te- money-maklu- "" THE INTERIOR JOURNAL, on, Kntc Hanson, I'cnrl MeKitinry, Euln KniK Lconn Hniivon Minellr Pmitt. Ailn I'ruitt, Mary Hanson, Established 1872 hnd Messrs. Wnlter Moer, Hen I'ruitt, John Hiekn Koycr Hick. Geo. (HELTON M. 8AUFLEY,... Publisher Harnett, Mnilison Siimliilirc, Jnnics nnson, llnrry Xenl Clifton Aluur WcoMle. II A YEAR 8TRICTLY IN ADVANCE The ncIiuoI hpsnn nt Morelmul Entered at the postotdco at Stan- - jAuuiist 14 with Miss Fannie Spears lonelier. ford as second class mall. Iloh Dm ham of thin place is tench inir our colored M'liool here. lie is DEMOCRATIC TICKET. ii veil ciliicntcil negro nml has two (I months M'hools nml has eotnineiie- For Governor James 11. McCreary. 'ft! on another one in thirteen months For Cold Weather Kor l.leut. governor K. J. McUennett iiiiil nflcr this one i nut hu jcoos Get Ready For Treasurer Thos. S. llhca. t. Turnrrsvillo nml thnt will niuke For Secretary of State C. V. Crcec. four M'hooN in 'J.') months, your House heatoil Why not linxe litis. Honrnv for Wnvnesbunr! I nin with hot wnlor" For Attorney lionernl James Onrnctt. pliul you linxe iilenty of cver.x tiling in our employ one of the For State Superintendent of Schools We h.no 1 i.now ou have throu fir-- d t1nt. stores, n hank niirt" a snxv mill nml IJ.irkul.ilu Hamlett. best hot water nnI steam fitters In the state. Fo' Commissioner Agriculture J. W. the hct of all vou linxe a first nro- Noxvmnn. lessor at vour school who was wnnt- Let us figure with you xc guaran For Clerk Court of .ppealq K. I,. ii! in nearly cxerv ilUtriot in l.ineoln tee our work. Greene. mill one in Hovle. r'or Hntroaid Commissioner W. F. W. K. WARNER, Air. .lo-- Ii Mver.s Iins roeeiveil sev Klalr. eral liumlioil tin cans nml will now Stanford. Ky. For Cirrtilt Judge Charles A. put up fruit nml xpgetnhlcs for any STANFORD, KENTUCKY. TUESDAY. AUGUST 15. Ill I. The Interior Journal PROGRAM AUGUST 29-- 30, FIRST NATIONAL BANK, STANFORD, KENTUCKY 1911 Snn-Iili;- p, Evening Service 29th. AT THE CHRISTIAN CHURCH, STANFORD, KY. 7:1)0 -.- Music by ( omhincil Choir, of Stanford. DeVotioiiaM-l- tev I). SI. Walker. Special Music. t ipeuiiig Address by the rrcsident. Solo .Miss Slur' Morrison Slathcny 'oi'veiitiini lorv told hy Sli-- s Pauline Hoeker, dehfnto io the teriMitional Suiulny Sehool ConxentliMi at Sun Knmnisflo. Mm-ie- , Aunouuceincut, Bi'iiediction. x. Wednesday Forenoon, 30lh. Ilrilll Slll-- ie Iit I In Clill.'ieirs ( bonis. Bible Bending DiTtanixnlioi,. I'nrollmoi'.t Kex STRONG PROGRESSIVE' ACCOMMODATING And Seeking Your Bank Account. CAPITAL $50,000. In- - Open an Account With us TO-DAY. SURPLUS $25,000 J. B. Jimii. Ap- of delepites, report of Departments, pointing i ouimitlcc. 10:00 Onnled lsnoin oxplniiud: SIUs Dolllo Sleltohert- .' Mi Mnrpiixit I locker "Primnrx" Sirs, lrn Tucker HI Junior IV luteiincdinle S!r. C. K Tnte Stu-i- e bv the Children l((:!IO--lli- m jt exi'ieUw ii.leroelimt. to imike the opening Hlid Suiieriiileiiileiits J. A. Alien. I)r W. X. Crnig. J. C. SloCkiy. C. B. I AT THE NEW GEM THEATRE ! HIGH CLASS OPEN EVERY MOVING PICTURES NIGHT 2,000 Feet of New Pictures Every Night For Only 5 nnd 1 0c STANRW!), KY. "BiiniMT-- " II one. 144 NATIONAL BANKS In The State Of Kentucky. Only Nine on National Roll of Honor ot FOR REPRESENTATIVE William II. Shanks announces his. candidacy lor KcpreFentntlxo from Lincoln county, subject to the nctlon I'lo-ut- GREEN BRIER. Vii-ni- Tii to. the Democratic party. Sir. and Sir-.- . Txventy-fiv- e thousand people atJ tended the Ilhic Grass lair lnt Tlmrs day and iJic crowd vwis almost as fame Friday, iofcwitli!.tandimr the terrific heat. The man with the fly-m- jr machine amazed exervone the bhoxv of Mock: was splendid nnd al together the fair was a tremendous success in every way. Nothing too good ran he said of Secretary Jotiett Mioue nml his untiriiiir enersv. vliieli tnnilc made it what it was. John 1'rivett. Sir. Exerctt .Moigan has leluiucd rom u short visit to his nun at Janville. Sirs. Joe Kcrord, "on and daughter liaxi retuiiied home from Highland where they haxe been their elnlixe-.- . Mr. Lafe Leach is xvith Ins family. Messrs. George Kexuolds mid A. Todd calling on their IkM girls -ng -- XhIi were Oioxer Dnv and in-- ts th. ( n 11:00 11 Wnxs xJiime of Mi. tixxnkening and luniiitiiiuiiw Itev. P I.. Bruce ut interont Im BIMe tdy ilifiiculties lloxv to ovcicoihi' them. Sir. W. J. Vnujhii. Mold Scc'y. 11 15 "A Ouiv Comlueted hy Secretary Slii-- ie PJ":00 Lunch. Social Hour. Afternoon. Slu-i- e, 1 .'l(i Chorus, Sjieeial. 1 :l." "lloxx to -- ecuiu the .itteiuhince of the Sitmlay SeJmol At the Mr. P. SI. SlellohoiN, Kov. J. B. Jnn- -. Chuicli service." s, led in the Bible Sehool. Open diseu-io- n ":l."i Teaching by ltev. P. SI. Walker, Adoli'-ce-.Mis-ion- ill RBftL BftRGftlNS We have about 50 Men's and Boy's Suits, light and medium weight. We want THE CASH FOR THEM Saturday Lincoln Conn ty A primary will ho called to Humiliate a democratic candidate for eve. .Mrs. Alice Gooeh the gues of lei sister Mrs. L. Leach laxt week. Theie xvus quite a croxvd of Gleet, Mimic J "40 .1:00 .J:.'HI Iloxx-- to train our teachers and officers -- .Mw. J. J. Dicket .Sir. W. J. Vnuirlin "Oni" Continued "T'ie Bible in the lublie ltennrts of CtimiiiilteHS ehiml" NationsBank s"r P Is One of Them SO ns-- i Capital Surplus Corner Next lo $100,000 $100,000 Court-flou- se Stanford, Ky. WE MAKE LOANS On approved security whenever warrant it conditions Prefer- ence, of course, being given to our regular depositors I State Bunk Trust (o. STUB, SSKTUCS7. FLY NE.TS iW ASV 5UN 3Hutro BSSSSSSSSSSK.1 VVfoOnrrvl jmlj;e of the court of appeals in this Slu-i- c .Mr. Oda Eubank- - and Sli es district at the time of tho regular Evening Service. Judge John I). Carroll, ..aura and Daisy Sims were culling Xox'ember. ":O0 Specinl Muic By the Choir. will prohahly have in A rx'a Leach Sunday evening. of Henry county Mr. Olixer Sims spent Saturday Devotional. nail no opposition for renoininatian light xvith his parents. ...W. J. Vnnphn Address He ha-- - made n spleiu!::'. .Mrs. J. 1'rivett is -- till m the -- ick Subject The Suudiix School at The Golden Gate. leeord in his first term on the bench list. Adoiiriinient nnd by nil means deserves an endorse Mr. Eexerett Morgan xva- - xvith his Kxerv sihool iu l.iui'oln ''minty - expretcd to eud ir.ent. est girl Saturday. (iffieii- - ami Teaeheis especially invited. The mem-h- t Mrs. Bob calling ui. was to of the Stai fifil ehurehes are cordially invited and he pretty daughter of John Leach MILLEDGEVILLE. bring a biskct ror lunch on Wednesday at the Christian ihureh. Sunday. n? County Pre-ilfex. D. M. Walker .Mrs. It. E. Holtzelaw and Sirs. Lizzie Hail has been Conntv iir, '.nx spent the utternooii with All- -. J. Mrs. J. J. Diekev her chickens a the mink are very I. Dexveese Suiuliri. lnneeioiis ami the xx easel is also I A Time Limit. ! Mi-- s WILL IT LAST? Hoe Sims bad. She thinks she iaii catch them it It her parent- - spent the afternoon "I think it'ii Just horrid of you that Wedne.-da- y. you won't Advance $10 on my next in a trap. Mr. George lfecord - xvith hi- The patent bed sold by .Mr. M. week's houso money" "Well, didn't uncle Mr. Joe Becord for a few I tell you I in not luaklnK any permaFrancis of King's Mountain has jirov w cek- -. ed perfectly .suti-- . factory to the nent Inxestmcnls' I'rotracted ineetiiig will begin at he Wayne-bur- g Bapti-- t elmn h Aug 111 ami Aliss Sir. Wi'ss Gaddis ngu Viola Gooeh 14 were married at the 17th. The Gi'ei1!! ItriiM -- cliiml veiturf Pur parsonaue Wednesday Methodist he month past beginning July 10th! ui-Jim Hhrney a young colored boy, ending Aug. 1th the following enof 'Danville and a woman named rolled to date: Grade 1. Je e Wall- -, Georgia ) locker also colored died last week irton, K ie Belle Padgett. Kuth iinil were buried here. Splnnch and lettuce will endure a I GluilyV 1'rivett, Mnrv Stull, "Watch" u faithful old dog ot , Kood deal of frost Dale, Thelnia died on last Sunday Kuth I'adgett. El-i- e Walter Sloser Do not wait untli It is too late. Sim-;- , Odi- - Padget. Jen He xx as 14 years old and was almost Walls. Sarah Have your need tested at once. nie l'ndgett. Luetia Sim-- -, Itettu Sims blind nnd deal. He was a gruat pet Tho Russian sunflower is the most Grade 1'. Oda- - Wall- -, Xoble 1). produ-tlv- e ami will be badly missed. It Is also very hardy. -. "Why did Mrs. Fllmjtlt tnttit on Sir. John Slyer had a good horse I'adgett. Carlton WallThpro are over 170,000,000 of acres Grade X Virnie Wall Je ie taking Mr, Sllmnoodle for her second under wheat cultlxatlon In tho world. o die last week. husband T" .Market exerylhlng whllo It is fresh. Sir. Joo V. Vnnhook and Musters 'rivett, Morris O'Dear, Grade 4. Boy Hortou, Sain Sprad "Because of her miperstlllous fancy Vou will get a better price and hold Cecil and Johnnie mid little Mis -. Lulu have been visitinjj her father m. Clarence Wall- Ifobcrta Padgett She noticed that sbe nearly always jour customers better. won when she met htm at a brldce Too much emphasis cannot bo laid Mr. M. Hroxvn iu Itockciibtlo and IMith Walls, Isnb,e!le Dale, Grade 7. Itosetta Privett. Maggie party, and concluded he was a mas on koch! seed as an essential to suc him in bad health. Mr. and found eot." cess In market gardening. Slr&. liroxvn will come to the Crab lirasxvell, Dnisv Leach, Grace JefKeep up a rotation of crops with freys, Stella Wall- -, Bernard urcnarii springs in a lexv iinys. cloxer. and every year apply ns much Coins Turned to Snakes. Sirs. Henry C'linsteen hat. been vis Ira Braswcll. fertilizer as Is taken out of the soil. A money trick of nindu Jugpler The average daily attendance for itiug in Shelby City. Wood ashes aro ono of tho best of causes great nnmscment to J. D. Mycr, Jr.. of Louisville is l.e month was 24. The following mve not missed ii day: Je--- ie Walls Svery one xvho sees it except tho vic- fertilizers, while coal ashes are valuxisiting relatives here. tim of the Joke. The Juggler takes able for lightening heavy, clayey soils. Mr. and Sirs. Whceldou and two Vernn Privitt, Slorri- - O'Dear, .MagAll clay Innds need clover roots to three copper coins and places them In children from Eubunks spent Sun-fl- (i ic Braswcll, Daisy Sim- -, Kov Hurtho palm of Koine one In the group of penetrate HDd loosen their compact tii1 "lt.i rSamvrn l?mir on, Clarence Walls, Grucie Jeff ley it(lt l wm Mti,l ali u;ci uvxiti, strata, and to supply vegetable matspectators, Sirs. Robert Myers and sweet lit- )dis Walls. Total number enrolled tightly as bidding him hold them as ter, t he can. By nnd by It seems daughter have been visiting near luring month 114 Teacher Jtuhy Car to tle The best and most nutritious forage the bolder of the coins that they are mil. Crab Orchard. welling and growing hot. They seem crop In fcweet corn; and it also makes Gertrude and Ellen Hughes, of to be moving about. He holds his the greatest growth of foliage to the Peculiar Firm Names. Winchester have been visiting Mr. amount of stalk. hand "In Honolulu." writes a New Tori opens closed as long nx he can and then John Slyers and family. The first silo was built about 1870. it, always xvith a gasp of fright: Bun correspondent. "I saw a few in The following went to the LexingIt is hard for those who use them now teresting signboards evincing Orleni for thorc wriggling about nre three to understand how tho world got along Misses Leln ton fair Thursday: tiny snakes. Ntrv York Tribune. Jones, Huth Myers, Laura Suudidge. al enterprise. One was that of an am without silos so long. bltlous Arm, 'On. On & Co. Anothe Mary Hanson, Etta Slyers and Chell To prevent backaches a Maine The best magazin,. In tho world is was that of a ladies' tailor. 'Hook On Hanson and Messrs. Jerry Mlriscoe, farmer has Invented a Jointed hoe to Matt Sanditlge, Con Hanson, Cart A third stood for a dealer In toodf the Saturday Evening Poit. Jt hns throw potatoes Into a net with which Hanson, Ciitton Sundidge and Mr. 'Ah Chew.' On my way home througl moro good, high class short fiction It is provided as they are dug. Texas I came Into touch with the twi In Itself tho small farm does nml Mrs. Karris Saudidge. than any other rungnzlnfe published posaeM any particular merit. It not law firms named below: "Saner is Sir. W. B. Goode has accepted a Saner.' 'Head. Hare A Head. In such nnd is Issued once a week. All the only when it Is thoroughly tilled that position with the L. & X., railiond harmony do the celestial orbits mov meritorious or profitable. at Winchester nnd his wile is still and give voice to their dellfchtful con ladles know what the Ladles Home; ll ,ec""'s often of wonderful is valuo in feith Mrs. Jones but will return to sonaaca." Journnl la; and it's now Irinued txvlcf-- a IJini which hns been heavily magarden her home at Stanford first of month. Let tho Interior Journal nured for years. It will liberate Ihn fot yon. insoluble plant food which has been order either or both of Mi. and Sirs. Willie Brown of or send In your renoxvai of subsenn- - deposited year after year in tho Drv Itidge who have been x Kiting nure It can sav0 you money. Slisses Cora Sims and Velum Slor- enu spent Saturday uud Siiiulnv at the home of Lufe Mopgan. SPECIAL EXCURSION tear King's Slouutuiii stopped to wee hSli. mid Sim. Austin Bail. Sir. Jones was rolled over in her invalid iclniir to nee Mis. Hail Thursday. Gertrude and Surah Jtichiusou of Munctioii City visited Sirs. .Myrtle ideh'gnte-Superr'tendenls, rn n-d. xx i-eoiu-iiiunit- v. ht. liiir people went to Highland 4:00 The Original Prices on these suits $7.50, $10 and $12.50. Today and as long as they last you can get them at $2.50, 3.SO and i .SoteS $5 the suit OOOOOOOOOCOOOOOOOCOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO The Cheapest Everyday Clothes You Ever Saw. tl H. J. McRoberts. Stanford, Kentucky. -- Bring Your Prescriptions Here To Be Compounded When thg your physician lias pre scribed n medicine for you to lake, tho next Important step It to have that prescription placed Iu the hands of n thoroughly reliable nml competent pharmacist so It will bo compounded exactly as directed. We have gained an enviable reputation for always bclnii very careful nml painstaking In our compounding nml (eel that, iu all justice to your oxvn good health, you should bring your next prescription here. Here, too, you will find n complete anil inviting display of toilet nrtlclcs, rubber goods, soaps, perfumes, toilet preparations nnd all standard remedies. For Interior decorating xo carry and recommend ALAUAST1NE, the beautiful wall coating. Call and bcesamplesuf tints and ask us uboutit. PCNNY'S DRUG STORE. Btunford, Kentucky CINCINNATI AND RETURN Sunday, AUG. 27 awne, Otto Slyers nnd others went to comfort of both corses and driv- the High Bridge last Sunday ami time. n en should be specially considered by Sir. Leugood Jones has returned to A. ecunng a proper outfit of lap robes, ids home in Montana after a lengthy blankets, fly nets and other necessari- ustt here Sir. and Sirs Steele, of Virginia, es' (rom our complete assortment of taorse foods. Here are IlKJU. but nnd Mr. uud Sirs. Bout. Hmisoti, nnd trone and durable, slncle and double their niece Miss Leona Hanson have admirably suited to road pur- - fhcen visiting Mr. and Mrs. Hanson ut their beautiful country home. FOR SUMMER DRIVING Alorgiin. the $.50 DON'T BE TOO dENEROUS. with tho cement, lime, etc, you get from us. Remember txiat all our build Ing materials are much stronger than tho ordinary and you can therefore $.50 Round Trip Round Trip SPECIAL TRAIN use less than ordinary quantities, u you ilko well toll you Just how to et tne best results at Leaves Junction City 5:56 a.m. PARTICULARS. - Wviv)i tw,,i,kU , mtv:iKfjLr. HM .jw. TrrTfimTmi, - .M7Tr. THE INTERIOR JOURNAL. STANFORD. KENTUCKY. TUESDAY. AUGUST 15. 1911. mJ THIS YEAR THE GREATEST EVER. SIXTEENTH ANNUAL EXHIBIT Rockcastle Co. Fair, Brodhead, Ky. wvufsrxoteiim AUG. 16. 17, IB, 1911. 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. J. THOMAS CHERRY, Sec'y. t GRANVILLE OWENS, Pres. Aloxni!.' picturei at opira hone Interior Journal nml the Wcok-il- r exery malil. Cltirlniiatl Kmnilror one )tnr for J1 J") I'll kineki is ant in their xmhI. at The weekly Knipilrer In a plcn kIIiI liirin nml rnmlly inmr. This lg (he I.exiiiKtoii tmr. Out nllllhle i rel arll-- t - leinlled to n Rreat hnrgnlu. . Iliihon of Jmlve .1. of f IJ'i. hex en were died nt Mm. Niliiey .1. .lohn-o- n in one dux. Inhii Snvlor'H miir Crnh irli.uil, Kx I011 1 old 7. infii initio Aniri-- l litre. She wn- - 72 xeti.s old. She Last Notice: ." per cent penalty 'wn ehnreli o,i mini it last liniil ia Aiiffiist linn 'ii huned at liphe-i- lM1S1 'Aiiuii-- I aflei Hcr.'iei- - at the I.. It. Inches. TriMs K. 1). Ximki- -. .vmxe liv A 1 lio I'm-U- AI1-- 1 Sjlvin Partner l Alusir ami Air ('. II. iiluit hej Hint, Mr- - Ninili Ilulihurd in Iium' rrltuncil, .1 Kit a ill M.'Ml to nlutiu- -i 111 Ilaiiiilloii, itii htiioiiil. tul .ltu Alarm Aliilnun - ll" pn"t Ohio. Mi 1 M.rlle Dniieaii, of Me. Mi- K V .liiriltii.nl furlim. Ini of A!i Klli'ii titutt lur eetiil ilux Kiihiix. Hi lie Mome, Slelln Itnniil -Flunk Thuiinmm took, in tin- - Mue Im'I'M a fiw-- i of liet nil, Waller .Ioi mnl lm IlHii-lor- d, of Snrncr-e- t. lr. i hi ii n I'rciii (Imw Fair Priilm. mi tin altrnetne MMtor- - of Mr- -, Mih Kiltie Kiiiic ami iliiiiylitiT (.'vein IfeMlolil- - 1111 ieiit Air. iiml Aim. Will Ilneker l.Ulieavter "trei I (JniryiH. nriiiirl of Cnili Orrli Mi Fmr. l'nilii.v at the ltliiu (iin I'lull will mrft iul, now of BmtiiiiKliiiiii, urn- - gutwlw The Current Air. V. U. Si'olt i Imhiii u mtli villi Mt. .1, ('. Mn4 Thurwday, the nl Aim. V. P. While. nvuliil rent in St. .IihIi MMi. WnIIiici' (Iomt mnl wife, of IVhIi l"th, at three o'eloek" in llle nfler-nooAir. II. Al. .Scott Imtt been mIU'IkI-intMix. W. I'. White ill Orrlmril. A full ntli'inUini) I'mr. llif nine Urn I'reMPlierMille. nl Oreh Aln nml A Mine l.i'c lliiiijs .Mi S. W. 1'ito nml wife, of Air. .loe Kjer, of Cineiiinnli. 11 iiv iiikI Mimter Allicit Ikirn. t l'uri anl. Ime returned trim mi i'lwiild Iiiimi liicn mkiIiimc nt Air. David Mmt to Pclrnit nml othr N'ortliern itmi; his pnuiililimijlilcrx. Mi. n'"' Alii. T. Ilfjer, nl I'nh Otehanl IMllll- t.St'otlV Ah. mid Mr- -. Ii'olieit .1. McAUler. Air- -. I'.i'Ver mnl ilnnnhter Mmhetlii Aim. Uiml MiHT, mill ilmwliter. tce, of ItnrNliitii, i.. uImi ntltiml liniioiitice tin iippioneliiiiir iMMinutee ot I'llieinnHlt - I lie jiue--t of Air. and nl iIih olilm weililmjr etrltrlimtMiii of tlnnr iIniikIiIit, l.ily Aim- to Mr. Aim. Fred Ilejer of Crnh Orfhiinl f Mr. tun! Mi. .1. 1). Hnntin, hue I liiulei II l.oM'll on IoiiiIh,v ApchM Tlix will extend their xiit to nltiid Mw to Mit Imr ilHiiitlilcr J. V. Uhs the 2.Stli 111 . at fruit Orelmnl, Ky. I Ili weihllinr of All. Mexer'- - ,ollluet (in ii ml tiiiinh at Air. W. It. IliiuXnin and .Mi- -s S.il-h- e ilmijihter, Priidn. Dr. and .1. . Aeej. - PERSONAL and SOCIAL lis Ha i HERE'S BARGAIN. lii- -i CHAIN "We eooo s licr-Ml- he nr 'i' enp-Imi- l 1 C lx. 1 (W-'J- - 1 I'ltt-liur- ji. Ah. nml Airs l.- W. IS. O'llaniHMi ami Alm-iitlemltil llu- - Mue ()nii.i fmr at LeAIHgllM I""! Week. II. IIhwiiw . imiirniK . Air. tiipiilh at Uuir Siiniiff. hi lnimlh ill Im jrlml ! kintw. Mr. WihmImi Hud. Mr. II. C. Wnj ninl I'hilihi'ii Imf retitnuil I nun a jilenwiiit Mil l mlalne in Kaunas Air- -. ""' Ul. Alif IJnlhf SHORT LOCALS. - for eei-- l ilnv. Mn. Auhii' Ijiulfiimn mnl dumcli. lem, .Mi e- - Sue Tnjlor and Vhiiiiii1 We hax'j huer lor n rnrni ol WkikU I jitrlemmi and .Mi Ivihu llNrnn are m! Cmh (inlmiil Spriium nliout lOti'aeie-- i wll improved nml 011 pike. If vou b.ixe MVllina 110:1 -for H tin. thid, h- -t it with u. llnithe & .Mr. II. W. I'nlton af Iliirrod-liii- ii tV.'if Stanford. ptnl In- -' iiiul ultli Ml- - llf fie -' llio mie-- lMhrnof. I'.lh- IIhuUiiih, ot Cnllllll llrtll- lui-ol W. I". Ilnwkliw nml the Marv Miller. tctK'xt UDK the Mi lunt if ltifbiwil Wltfk llf Mlw i.t MIhiiU. Cih.. I) rye. Ali Hubert. r.lil'if Nnnme AleWhorter of Lihiw-ill- e - the rue! of Alln Lore (I P. Mr. Mr. .Iiilm mnl Moiintniii. MiC'nrH I mn now reml.x to e'liiui;i' llonr of I.0111-- llle iplur .Mr. I'nt f.ir ulii'Ht ii inx toller null at Ot her (Ml lenhiiin. Clmrle- - IJn hn. uiul .lolui II. SliHMk-Mu- til Dilhon V. .s. Kmlir .I0I111 l)ni-- . ol Atlintii, ilny at the Li'flMloii W. S. Flth repreents only tie net (!h Alarioii lloie ot llnrriiH.in, fmr lut ifk, m,, MM ,:V and strongest insurance companies. M- i- Alnnmrel Hexnolil f U,K nll.lP4 34 if , M,. itm hei mmt Aim. Shaw at s,,,iMl,lllllllll, nle pil-l- l. ,. Let n'm keep yuu protectei. . I.. M. Mi IIio. of Ivi Kor Sale pnxalely, mx home on llmixille Hxemie. Aim. Sallie It. Smillvx. iKht Ilarnnmn. ii rr iinti- - Teiirt. of Khmt'i of Mr. V. I.. Mr- -. Uie - the of IVonn. Ill . ifiu- -t at Mr. ami Kllil. III the Wi- -t P.. MeWhorter. Mr- -. -- Alr. M ('. The Stiitifoid Water. I.titht nml requests tisets of city leefc. xrater to he as eeoiioniieal as possidry ijiell. hx Kex. ble limine the pie seal The meeting eiiniliietnl W. (1. Itiiheil- -, of lllinoi-- , at Pioxi-ih'lie- e 1 liorc is nt proseiit no danger of a ehitreh near I See I.iek Im- - elo-i- shortage in the supply, if users will teeMinv. Six-tl.- il be eniefnl not to xxaste it. The iflir a aiieeo-nfi- il nilditioii- - to the ehnreli. of lour years ago hhoiihl l.o xxuruimr to xxater usctw that this I hoxe for -- tile one dner Illinde is the xvie eotue to pursue nml the Ml- -. lied Coekeiel- - eheap W. L. d I. Company hopes that its W. J. KdmiMoii, Crnh Oiehnrd, fil-.- t. 1'Htnni" xx ill sox el n themselves m- -i 04J retneinher ordliidx. Htx Ciml hntn- -- ille, Xilld- - Ht we Jmxe eM'lll-lX- i' Stniifotd nnd Ifowlaml. W. S & P.. '1 lie siniteis of ail the ehuiehcs tno It. lleuhniii. eiiiiit-ll- y nipiested In present on exeiiuit; ill 7.1" o'eloi k nt One of tint mo- -t nttmetixe xxmdoxr Tue-dn- y uarricd liv 11 loeal nuiehiiiit the Chrisliati ehut h to piaetue for in -- nine lime is the Piieeila hii nit tin l niolt huiulay Sehool Cunieetlon anfoiiioliilu in the nimlow .it (itotv xihii ll xxtll he held here nil Aug. .iUtll. If. Pnriis'. Mis. ,. (J. Cmpeiiler. Ch.iiimaii Jliisie Committee Noxx liny it the lime lo Jem Company xl (iiuixi1 White foimeil.x of (imt. inrd. iml AIIkh '.W C1I1- -. ot the lloldmit's .Mill -- lelluii, xr 're loined lu'iiit nml hmid nt All. ennui ln- -t TO WATER USERS 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. lt, HUGHES, MARTIN & CO. Stanford, Dry Goods. Notions, Shoes Ky. x- Mt-il- mm - hiiy a liottle of ChmniicrlninV fnli'', Chnlein nnd Diarrhoea lfcmedx It almost ceitain to ln needed licfo'e - 'Jo -. aim PROFESSIONAL M rjy and Ahh K.xm.l.U n. (min.mxnlle "1 ' ltnaht , their intern Mm. It. S I mi.. Hum tm e'k to nnke hi home. fi f Cfiemnatl and Mm. I" ' Mi "I 1 ' '. ' Situ Mih P.IIii Mh.x Sannner--pe- nt I tel .rf tt i r.1 Ikhl I. P. Ilmslielt f InilmimiNilw Ind. . it Mtrufi n il (Wtttttutloa xx'ife ami Ml IM iia .lay in ineiiinatt. urin - . It Snrlan and s b ra t n ' tuiHNuii tr.tnnt ytff xxeek Tor . William Plld, . I'. Melhir and n l Holtlelaw' left Iur.1 l.y I J etMri) fur 1. ih. tai) e tMiMitiArl rw a M.. k. t 11etiito lAfi .'. rtwlty K 4tr Iru en to attend thu eauMi me'lih uiunbcr from Uih eeiunl ttinl IC bv it It ftrtf flirrctlr w U hlnod JltijM w ft riaftMAlul Thex mil xiit relatixe before in CjnpiHHati. wk m4 MufoHnT a f .J p. a rni Ttry ofirrixt -- vMlrru r r"" toi to tuc rfuu' .1. S. 0'xKv. Jr.. -- pent nevend or tlr jhi l i Mr. nnil Air- - r- ' 'ft'1' m' ltr-nn- ila.x ikisr- - r j ioihii. ra.iunm, onio. bis ciirxEi in Franklin hnt wefk oxer lo WW ki Dnvjusw. iv Mm T. A. yiee motored firMwinioftO"- -. lk tur- fair in Mi. Tate' xife. the Itlne (lra Air. and Aim. Sidney Ailam- -, of week nr mid -- pent xevernl dx ot Mr. .Mr- It C Smtflex and --on of IhriiniiKhain, Ala., are (tue-- tl.o, strnxed or stolen White Parker. Anmm. are iciiet of her rnd Mm. It. W. Keenoii .it IliinodN-Imrt- eoxx' xsith led spots .1 ml red neek. at Crab father. Col. .1. M Kobin-o- n both tarn eiopptd; umleihit 111 out lolui P. Xexiu- - en me up fioin car, kt'ot on .id,. it ueek. Kewatd Orehard SpniiK. Mre. Snllie Carrier eame down hanon .liinetiou Monday to Me lor return 01 int im.ition to J. S from Loiiilnit Sutnidiix to xWt his mother, .Mm. Alntlin Xexiu- -. Kimr, It. I). 1. Crab Orelmnl. (ilJp - here and 111 the Waxtie-lm- nt fr Alt-i- s Anpe Kiuiiairil. f Laiiea--te- i, f.eetioil. of Ml has In en the pie-- t For Sale. Small farm, Mm. Knnt Caiter ami little -- on. Karl, haxe ntiirtitd to thuir home in Clitrn Cooper. high grade land, new im-- pent Sumbix with C. It. ColetiiHit Kxnn-xill- e. Ind. In- - -- on provements and a bargain. Aim. .1. W. UttKin, "I" Contton. In- - family here, lie took Mm. 'IhoniHs. hack lo the mine- - 111 Hi II xmih the xml of her Apply at once to R. M. with him. HmiiEliitmii nml nther retaltxen la- -t count So- - Newland, Stanford. xxeek. W. Aleorn and Mi Mm. J. mix- -: The Daavtllu Inn Miuudeis .tie ut Ctaii Oreluud thin xxiek xxhiell One ol the exent ot stay. and Sprinir- for a short iiwiiuil inlere-- t. Air. ami Aim. George Pr.irier. of pleasure in Uauxille Met wile the III11101- -. and Air. and Aim. It. P. MADE ON prcttv poreh p.irtv ixou Tlmmd.iv Steele', ot Cot burn. V11.. me i;iiess inoin'ini: bv Aim. John Chestnut m . I. llnitsiui 111 of Air. nml Aim. honoi of Mm. 1). N. Mnli. home unit porili Ibe West P.ml. AND ALL KINDS OF CliilnutV hiiud-otu- e Aim. CiieM-xxii- h palm- -. Mm. W II. Amlemoii. of Paris Kieeii leniH and Machinery iheomted in Vlloxv How em ami ueiit Siimlav at Crab Oiehard. the fleoi-r- e . beautiful toilet ot pu--l of her n, C. Airs, oil-iSPECIAL TOOLS TO ORDER mil leeuxed in GOOD SERVICE AT FAIR PRICES (lixeiis. Aim. Anilemon is a pre-a- i inn 01le. Mm. Mahau wore a BEST EQUIPPED d uh,l' fnilT""'1,1."1 tinee of JclTemoti Daxis and a xeiy MACHINE SHOP IN THE DLUt jmill oxer hulit bbliie silk. Mm. Sim GRASS. alttaetive MUithern xxainan. Slaiisrhter. ot Aluskouee, Okln., xxoro Julia lltppns, ami eiiiniien DANVILLE MOTOR 1 ELECTRIC All nnd Aim. haud-om- e bhiek n et haxe lle-s- ie llarilui. of Stanfoid, xxore 11 Henry and William, of Somir-CO. ot Air. mid pri'ttv white xown. The color seluine lneiipiets at llio homeHubble. .Miss 123 N. Fourth St. DANVILE, KY, of jelloxv xxiiH enrricd out in the de- .Mm. Ii. C. Kiiip. near licious refreshinenlK. The lutc-- s lihoila Pitman of i'aiksxille bus iiImi iimlemlmiils to the meetv f itoint been the piesls of Air. and Aim. Kmjr. the art ot entertaining'. Some fifty Kex. J. H. Jones and It. It. Noel loll Kiirstb enjoxul the eleuant rfoeiul a1 Monibix for South. Kentiieky A item fair. meets ut Valley Oak which ha- - the lion The Danxille j church Miuth of Pubaiiks. of an follow inu' aiinoiineeiiuiut H. D. Curler mid miii Carl Cutter of interest heie: One of the mo- -t beautiful afluirs of this Wallace Siiijcletnii ami Walterllnu'lii j Thomas ami AlorriMiu venk x.is the annouiieeiuent p:"-tuixen tin- - allernoou at Campus Ken- ullcmleil tin lair ut i.cmu'.'iou runeth bv Ali-- b l.lllie (Veil. The eolor d',x , Alts. U Airs. W. K. Shupu-hscheme of iecii and ennlnl was ear in all of the decorations. Tim Tminur. of McKiuuex, nml W. K., tied out table was a. low 01 uiaiitcii hair Jr.. nlteiided the lmr Piidax. Jiuke II. 1). Oiepit1., who lias fern, Imnuiiiir iiom the ehiindulier with his mother 111 Omvmiii IM I' el rl'yjjimx , xrns a b.ihkel of while pond lillie-lie- d Ik -t vyu, jrto -- pcud eountx came Ptnluv Willi aieea tulle. Twelxn er heie BETSY'S POINTERS: daxs xxilh Mm. (lievnix 11 lexvtill mim'n tied tou'ullmr with erv-t- nj Thex ".Molly and 1 agrco that countere'liaiiis of iii.iideii h.ur was mound at her father's Jiulue It.ub'vV lhi-- r t the eotfe-d- i inking will leaxe about the 'Jim for goodi the table. feit money nnd bubbtlluto como from ttio sunio tareuts. Tin) iiniibe. All I'eell rni-e- d her clip and Inline in Cahtoiuiu. It. 1.. Hubble, mnl ultiae-tix- e Senatoi iiielaiiind: "Oh1 mils, see mv coin and the goods may xery closely dauiibler. Miss Alnttie l.eo Hub friend, a little blonde, nnd a reviemblo tlio genuine but behind them man are to he inariied in lile altemleil the llluu (lines fair You in neither tiotior or nonegty daxs last xxeek. pioxed true, for Mm. Kox ember." It and.ilmmhters, Alts. will liud no substitutes, only the v S. K. niiiiniiiieed Pax id Dunn has much Chiiiip), and Alts genuine of standard quality at CutTey tlini'iiKiiuenieiit of her daiixhter. All -- C. M. lfenrx. of Mile- -, iiniiii, k Coleman's. Ceieim Dunn, and Dr Osenr 1. Alnv II. S I loiltro of No Noxv id the) tlmo for that Ico Cream This annonncemeul is ol mm in attended the Uluc (luus fair Pndax lerest in this citv xx hem both par- - lAftirwaid Aim II nrv icturntd to Freezer and Water Cooler. Wo haxe tics mo xxdl known. Dr. Alay is 11 llicr Immc. us urn ins otuer naupiier them. W. It. ltice. of l.outsyillc. who promisiiii: voitiiff phsiciiiii, of Dim-UlCOFFEY A COLEMAN, is u popu- - xxith her husband, bus also been xUth Phon 196. ... ville, jinil ho brido-to.b- e Prompt Dillvtry. Inr society prl and is much admit ed. (the home folks. "m, Cm re Uroiii'Mld. m-.- I." 1 f -- l"-- l Min .tree, the summer is o"er. Ins no upcrior. Por ers. HAIL This iem'lx by all de: AND BUSINESS CARDS 1 1 B. D. CARTER K.1 ..." u- t I U t ' 1 per acre I wilt in sure' your tbacco against loss or For $1.50 LIVERY AND FEED STABLE STANFORD, KY. m c-- lt - U Nll-tno- n- 11 damage by hail. You should have it. R. M. Neland, Agent. Phone 168 S1111-l- ft (iooj necoml imnd Utim5lcH ni linrgntns. Pence rtrc?. Hooks feir uS HcnryL. Casey, tf D. V. S. Veterinarian Ex-Vet- er d lt f. 1 ready. W. L. AliC.trty, shenlT. Olfico LOGAN'S STABLE, Phone 43L', Agent American Hog Gliolera Scrum Wanted. About a dozen head o? DANVILLE. KY. stock to qraze. H. C Carpenter, " 62-- tf at Lincoln National Bank. MASONS' MEETING. inxes are and settle. for jour .state nnd noxx- - Former Director Animal Industry Philippine Islands- Please call Inarian United Stutes Army county ria Grain Drills to be thoroughlv tester! .in every way. The new Disc Furrow Opener followed by a shoe enables you to deposit grain in the furrow at a uni-- , form depth. The drills have proven a success and we recommend them. Call and get circulars and become posted. ' THE NEW FEOHIA-A We sold last year several New kx:: Peo- W. H. Higgins. Stanford, Ky. You Cannot m-t- er. '. nnim-eino- - KEI'AIKS Motor Cars 1 faxei-iinlin- i; L'" A man or woman In each locality. To Hoc. join the Supreme Council of this society JOHN COOK nnd Introduce our Benefit Certificates nmonj frlerda and acquaintance. Mutt Veterinary Surgeon and dentist.' te between 1 t.nd 60 yean of ago. Give Specialist on ail horse and animal all or only apare time. We pay cash bene disease. . Stanford, Ky. Phone fits for alcknesa. Injuria), accidents and deaths Experience not necessary. Can W. W. BURGIN trake from lion) to SXKOO a month and up DENTIST. A pleasant and htfh'.y profitable profes . Office at Resldencr elon. Ever)' member secured moans a certain assured Income for you every CRAB ORCHARD. " month thereafter. Why not get Into bust ness for yourself NOW; No capital needDR. T. W. PENNINGTON ed. Band for particulars. Dentist COVINGTON, KY. Hours 8:30-1BOX LA-29A.M. and I to 4:30 P.M otllce Myers House flats Stanford Kv WILL ADAMS FALL AND WINTER STYLES. Livery; all kinds of hauling, Furniture packing. Mv .inu-- fnll nml i inter samnles S'anford, Ky. Phone 173 urn now renilv for your iDBDectlon J. D. Stcenbercen. sells, builds, re They comprise the best on the market and adjusts scales ut rock can suit anyone as to price who bad pair his clothes made ttf order. A suit bottom prices. See him for prices you buy. Address Stanford. It maae to your measure ia iireicmmc before luu-- t to ready made clothes. To have them P. D. No. 1. maila In vnAtt.lirn dnpon't COSt &nY DR. W. N. CRAIG, ready made when quality more than Oculist and Optician and fit U considered. x,ome ia uu Oluci) ever II. J. McKoberu' Store. let me take your measure. Stanford, Ky. H. C. RUPLEY. The Practical Tailor 19-13. 2 WANTED Lincoln Lodge No. H K. A A. M. 111 meet In itnted coniniunlcntlou on ?nok tint nnd third Monduy nluliu i finch month, nt 7:30 o'clock in their hull on mnln Btrtfet, Hlnn-forKy. MeiiitwrMof sUter lodKemire fra ternallx Inxltrd to tw pretont. T. W. Change That But You Can Change Your Clothes Ale-eui- J :er CONCRETING Lllldl Of OOI1. lav mnti illma mcli irtlni fart.no'CHii iiinknWork.thing from anv unit. In hou.witowii ton fiiCH ot XX'e ran erv tlr.t-clatoo pri"i)tl and Kiiamnteo our prion work and material fail and net niati-rln- i Ht Ihm.i beforn vim huv imir tt ll O .i L5 N. TIME THBLE Moutu,ll::r. JOS. 8. RICE, Ae;ont. FRUIT AND SHADE TREES Everything for Orchard Lawn and Garden. Write for Tree Catalogue. H. F. HILLENMEYER No. Agents & SON8. No. A, Houtli, 10:16 a m. No. St. ortb,l:io a. si. NurtU.flilK f. M. No. No. iff. IOiSva. . No.lM.tiUiP. M. No.il m. ... nn.lllnn If. :, -- PHILLIPS BROiS., Ixv tHIiforil. ON AUGUST 16th & 17th WE WILL HAVE WITH US A SPECIAL REPRESENTATIVE OF ONE OF THE BESTt CLOTHING HOUSES IN THE U. S. HE WILL HAVE-FIVHUNDRED 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 GUESS WORK AS TO HOW YOUR SUIT WILL LOOK WHEN IT IS MADE. OUR TAPE LINE IS READY FOR YOU. P, 1 11 i's. We Vkant W. S. Drye & Co. and UNDERTAKERS Hustonvllle, EMBALMERS Ky. 1 daik-linire- ht Produce AND HANDLE LIVE AND DRESSED POULTRY, Ef.GS. ICE, COAL, FURS. WOOL, HIDES, SALT. LIME. GINSENG, ETC. FEATHERS d Matched rugs hi 3 blzea, sew rugs druggets laco curtains. V. A. Trlbblo S0-- t .. Telephone In Office Ow-le- 11 H. B. Northcott. T. K. Tudor. Mgr. PHONE 150. . MACCABEES. A. C. Sine, Deputy State Commander Stanotrd, Ky.. STANFORD TENT NO. 7. Meets : 4th : Monday : Night . Cummins & Wearen, Stanford, Kentucky. r bt THE INTERIOR JOURNAL. STANFORD. BRING KENTUCKY. TUESDAY, AUGUST 15, 1911. IN THE EAST END h .Vortlicii so-- .l I am back In business at our old j., Field Man Writes Again ot HIsJ rye. See or tne Silas Messcr. stand on Somerset street, next door 15. P. U Travels Out on Crab Orchard I. c. Jorclaid 'ln.. to Greer's Shot) and am paving, tho (j" Route No. I. Hit? t lie iif narkct prices for all kinds of country produce, enqs. chickens, feathers, For Sal?. A pond Alter nnother dnjV work we lime if hcef hides, rans. bones, etc. Come Shorthorn Imll will sell pin-uto sec me and I will treat von rlqlit. full eoered Route No. 1 out of -Dantaken nt mice. A. M. This route m earW. P. BUCHANAN. Stanford. Ky. t'r.ih Otvhnnl. ville, Ky.. ed I ij eleer Milton t'omlor, who FARM FOR SALE OR RENT! lop Chancellor coM n nit-liorpo u tpienl iepiesentntie of Uncle iinile rnlt to Tom J'piipi for f ". Sum. The p.ilrons iilon the route Mll tcll pinnlelv my farm iif For Sale. Omul milch cow, full nbntit '.'Oil nre er eoniplnnentarv when diseus ni re in Lincoln eouiitv, ' . "iin; their present iniiil titeilities unit D. Hopper. " Hooded miles eiit of Stanford on the ilispateh ninl proiiiplncs of their S. S, Hell bought in Cnsey county I'ix Kiu-r-. .!( hO nnv in posiui ollieiitl. I his route Iiiih IK, IN week 'J.'ill hrcr tor which he nere w lnt in inemlow, nuluuee in nine boxes , Iin- - n four room teniint puiil Iiiip 8,000 nl present nud humlled ner to & per hciiil. lie sold pro.-1pieces of mud during Mn,. lie fond hnriw, iilnl othir ou!hone .loo (iooilc i Mack of mipi1 liny to l - tueeu los of siniilv road and fjood Moue cpring hoile, limit nivlifor Will. mud in inter, nUo yoine steep til" fliiel. water, jjood of nnl. Tor Sale or trade foi live stock, 78 iiills, this route is u loiiuli proposili.'tii'ini:. acres on county roml. W. II. Muel-lcSehool houe joiuiin; this farm. tion hut Condor "ets there just the GIMf. Will ell nil together snme." Stanford, Ky.. ol in two We stopped ut the I'lut Woods of Wnm-- r Male tnii'to. Terms enxy. If not For Sale. 'JOU nud had a .short visit. TIih fill- ,)fiwll fin HI1-- ' oats, 50 cents per huhcl. I'. Schiii..-li-r- h.ilil ,tlt t:i-.-Wilt nUo s, in SO !H "7,r tlit; l'"V.,"kl ,i,,1'1 "'V1 Ih ln"-''- t Oltcnliciiii, Kj. ,J interest '"'"'- - "I""" prouns Someone trii-i- l to kill Mr. Lownof rorn to he er.hh.d on pl.ee '!'' ,,,"" ni" oiiiil' peilairouue. untl will ini.ki des' nuire Kduii .Mm- - ut Lexington nuil -- 0 nen-- of rnss ninl k last week hy ovei feeding- her in the fields. Oras.s lun't been urn zed his inn i some dav. .Mr. ( F. Wheehlon. of near (. K. night-tim- e She ncinly foundered hut t Kin year. showed us a tine old cherry liuremi hv Imril work. miih Mrs. Walter Warren. E.xtrn clean unit nice iure winter It if hnnil liimh-- , posts are mu m it i huiiilnd oltl. Mis tnrf oat- - for eetl. See, sample nt FOR SALE! R"-eWheehhni, is ,i first ,.Mss Lincoln National Hank. 'J00 bushels Choice ram lambs, Rired lv an lm - 'H"1 for sale. J M. Ilcyncld, Wa.vnes-hur- lorteil Kugllsli Shropshire Ham. "'""tenr eahinet inker, hooklne (51 Sp. etc., The nre the low built hloeky, hroad VoiiugMuium;; him to be nu adept Wheehlon will tench in the .1. I.. Keiineilv sold a woo large lioned lellows 't, iWnyneshiin;. graded this Full, liorse to Tom linker for 4711. . i.. . :.. i on ' iiitei I'. I. Thompson bought n. hunch of nieru nr iiirii ..iiib- in. . ..y. I oil',, wrllx or nlioiie. i it hoi:- - of l)nis llros., for ,,,,, :.. ,i.: it., i. rei-- i eoiiiiirv " '"' i'hi-till If' K. (S. Illckley Stanlnrd, K" (i 'J cent'.. I'. I.. Thompson bought Sfrl the farmers are raising lots of 0 poiinil hogs fiom Mr. Mntlie ;tueal. it is smil to lie u sure crop J 'J cent- -. IN MEMORY OF BR0. BURKE While ut ninl fine to sow seed with, the huek-whePer.vy-l.ous- p riO good ewe- - for .ale. being an excellent nure eroi. long in this life I Son. Httstouvillc, Ky.. !ione Afler a We spent the night ut the hoit-the heueiil fnther s.iw bet tn take 04 I! S2. of T. .1. Goorh nud familv Olive Parties wauling good seeil whent in his gumcr u grain that n- - good (.liuri'h. "Tommy'' as he nearknown is mid ripe. nt n reasonable price write or prone r, lie had reached the au'e of S7 to his friends, is mi nil uroutiil ice nt Hubble, Ky. James McICcchnie year and the nud succeeds well in nil hetn- were full ot good G4-decd .ind words for tit- - .Muster mid ilert.ikes. Lost. Near J. S. Tevis' plnce n he inner grew tned of prnyim: the Next railed vn Mr. W. D. I). Ih.e jpocketbook containing $.'I0.!)0. He- - l.or.1. for he looked for him alnne .vj1(,m ,. ,.,,.,.;, ,,. fmu u, , .tvard, Charloy Williams, Shelby City, white nil in love. S.. he could .sa .j,.nllenu.n and nu admirer of the I. .1. with J'aiil. I lime Imighl a m.d n.. Ky. ' IhuiKs it woulili be liiml to find n I I hae four or fi-inv eoiire . hundred huliels tight. I him- there .lill he nVroHi. olllH'l'7 1,"'"'r'1 of .Missouri Fultz wheat which I will me in Hie ' A,n'r1 a ',",r' ,lrn'' w, r','",'"''l soil nt recleaneil mill lighteniisness luiil u;. per nyneslmrg which w n live little hist tiny. in Jeiis July lbt!i I''1"''' "f some 100 inhabitants who lie tell A. 1. wire For sale 03 acre-und- er u struggle, and ""' "'s goml people us rat-- fence, v. n. Mueitcr. Stanford, k- - without sitting in u eh.iir themig mid 'miywliere. The three you willdofinda talked eieiiiug stores . Posted. J.Il. Mmming. hefoie he passed over the nier. He 'good business. Jmnes T. linker's Jhal ii I ways -- ni.l Ji,. did not want lo Iwhieli is in eliarge or I.. Foster, an ;v,u1it;0" 'r,ni.,,t "r--he set up with nor struggle nt death ,.A,K..neii.-eand calf from Tom N in lor for s,,!,.,,,,,,,,, K. t. ('dnell JeMa sit 'Mm s,i in io gram ins win i,..i ... n m iit.imi, iniiii, ,i.. illiert ... ,ii, al- night was he wateheil ';.'.... youam' not one all well stocked and thronged with meroiilv hv the lleiMenlv host, mid I , J. M. Tie-- s sold n nnir of six- a I'lisimiiers. A nice Itaptist ehiueli u the strung mm of (!ud that elo-year m mutes t.. r. c. itnnkm his eyes in death. And mn.v that new graded school building mid List (SaOO nUo iHiuslit a pair of might one he with his beloved v.ite hut not least, is the nice commodifor and bring eoiufort to her -- ml heurt ous concrete two story building in !jjLr,,ore ,n,,,oi of D j which is conducted I lie (liming luisj. is the prayer ot her daughter. (!. t IIFI.M. ne.ss of the Wiiyncshurg Deposit .Hani;, Stanley Mcintosh Cnhier. BLUE GRASS FAfifcl FOR SALE! Another Tribute. .The pinning mills helouging to H. II. III... II. M. Hmke died July lStli.biiigleton turn out a STANFORD.KENTOCKY. nice product mid Without any excuse except It Is too lie lin.I lived to the noe old age of ... ..... 1,1 ..i... J.lllllt-i, ."-"',11 if, large a farm for one man. soillll hi. lie loiued the MethtMh-- t church ' i : i.. n. in., iioiei nere is covniiii-i. 1 will . offer my farm of L'OO ncrea at the age of II. and was com cited ai I,,..... mm i... '" '0 lr- - . Jordan who is a for wale privately. It Is located on . v..,,, -:- mid' wu, 1l',i:?i!'r '"""i m"1' the Hustonrllle and .Middlelnirg pike, Joined the Ilaptist ' ''c luu.ber. lie and timber three miles from Hustonville. Thin shonlv niter oidauied t II.-- ( lis an Ideal farm, level anil productive; here, while not as eteiisielv in the work as long as his Cft J 5 acrej in meadow; about GO acres health .eimitte.l otlen working for lian.lle.l us foruierlv, lire considered In blue grnss; plenty of flrewooil and . Itallm.l post timber; lwel lng house, a mere iitanee. some tiiiies leceniug ot mm h importance. ,jH M.r liiinl K. ('. Jord.ni ;, eiiiin' ilm linn- a new four-rootenant house, barn, as little :is . l''-s- of ill, slllir,tin liiisiiu.hU crib and stables, '.I hen bouses, everlasting spring and stone gprlnghoiifc, ;, lie hud been in ver delieute i- - i,....i r plenty ot stock water, tine orchard. 00 health tor iiliout JU vciir- - ami Iiu w: ... . m bearing trees, well tenced. ... rt'lN! Vi I hidti trnm tlui Itnittivl Mm'. v, who in tratliinr th ; ' 33 per acre, : ... ii :i Price, cash ..-.-!.. i i i" . ssi IMIM III I (lltllll l t in hand; balance on easy terms. lidge Ileic e pent Co in o and see this good bargain for more nmrnnge ceremonies Ilimi uuv the night. other minister in this part of the yourself. R. M. TATE. In our eunvass next day we had R. F. D. 1, Hutonvllle, Ky. country, lie enjoyed the respect and JJ ot both old nud voiuig uliiL the pleasure of meeting .Mr. Fount mil hlacl; in the coiuiiiiiiiitv where Warren mid wife who are fino folk". FARM FOR SALE! Ileiug one of the most At noon we ucecptetl the verv cor he lived. earuet, devoted, nud lili- - dial invitation of his brother. Milton I Wo will sol at public miction In (iiil Cliri-tini- is He Wnircu, to take dinner. The pleasever knew out of the court house, hi Stanlord, eien reu.lv to join in with nn' ant time spent ut their iiosiiiluble hy. on the second .Monday In Septem ib.lli.tiillin I lull In mill.. 1.1 tin. ..,.,......., .... -- ...In .1 ,1m! nures a plea-m- il meniorx ber at 2 o'clock P. M., tho farm known oi CRAB ORCHARD, nrisi nun ornig Hinueis to re - i.,, four and a half miles from Stanford While differing with other KENTUCKY. en the Ilustonvllle pike. '" lh81.' J'. lfi.liwim.r. u t.ei. I This farm contain- one hundred and Christians on some doctrinal point f K''i't. loaned hi wa.s ever readv I., let the inanlle .'""" ;,"',":-l'- " llfty acres, one hundred of which is In charity bridge these diffeienees tiMilieim. Here in the solitudes of .. tine state ot cultivation. Over one ; iCtk-RV'thousand dollars worth of locust post and join hands in the fight m:ainst forest nrimevnl these Imrdv (lernian can bo cut from this place, also a lot sin anil the devil. If our Jiioneers carved out u home mid or walnut lumber. could have more llro, would farmlands mid now nre prosperous, splendid stock pond fed by a nev- mean tho uplifting of and community 'A un-- little A town of 10fl i. er fating spring. The high esteem in which he was ,Otteiilieiin Tlieie nre three ehureh.-About sixty acres of this farm is esI he large crowd Catholic, Lutheran mid Dnieh 1,'e OUR DUTY to our departed ones is plain. We pecially adapted to the raising ot hemp Held wiik proved hv that attended his funeral which was formed, Father l.eo,- pastor of tin and tobacco. should erect an appropriate MEMORIAL over New, five room house. Just com- pieaehed hy Hro. Surles nt the Hap-tt- first named, Hcv. 0. J. Mehrtcns the pleted. One mile from church and church in Hustnuville. He was (heir final resting place. school. One large tobacco barn, built buried in tho Hustonville cemetery pastor of the Lutheran church has library we hnvo ever seen A monument is not expensive unless you care last fall, also good stock barn. Ten He leavei n wife and several chU-'lh- .0 acres of young orchard. ino iiuicii neiornied Jins no pastor to have it so. dren. This in a splendid home and must nt present hut hopes to get one fooii Our work is unsurpassed and considering qualbe seen to be appreciated. If no sale Two vcrj; Is wade this farm will be rented on White Oak School Honor Wentzel nudgood stores here, John ity, is very cheap. We have a large stock to sethe store conducted hy the seme date, to the highest bidder Rell. W. T. White. Mr. White is conduct', A. D. HOOT. for U year of 1912. lect from. ing the )uhlin school, with an averMng"ie llankin. Ldlie Wihe.i', age attendance of fifty pupils, 100 Luev Wilmnt. Rallie Mne Withers. ADMINISTRATOR'S SALEI heiug in the district. A new addition flra.le II. Civile Lee Wilmot. Al has lecently been built under the sup As aduitnistator or Thomas Kerrll, len Holtelaw. Joe llagin Trnvhi". ervisiou of Mr. Wm. Landgraf. which 142 N. Broadway. Lexington, Ky. flrade 'J. John Carroll deceased, I will on Tuesday, August the 16, 1V11, fit his late residence about flra.le 1. Francis Travloe. lt.il."! will eomfiVtahly svsva r two miles lrom Stanford., on the r Tliis is one Hubble Sheron Louis Oordon Dad- - increasing attendauee pike, sell at public outcry Ills ol the Jiest, districts in the county personal property, consisting principal- .li'.nr. Mr. W. is teaching a good school Primary. Martin Cm roll. mare, 1 Mil FARMER: Make your home, aa modem for your family aa a ice, ly one oue mules, 1 buggy horse, 1 and the patrons are satisfied. used pair ot aged 'eaMenee, and place yourwjlf in a position to get the latest market quotations jersey cow, soon be fresh, 1 Polnnd CIiiik. Hnslin is pulling up n new SMALL FARM FOR SALE! at any time. This can be accomplished by ineaiiBof our le'ephono service China sow, 1 Jersey belter, 2 shoatg, (louring mill which will have a capaand kitchen furniture, can et for a Hum that is email compared with household which you und your city of 25 barrels per day. He will farming utensils about U acres of Thirty acres on Neal'8 Creek, ad (dsa grind the beueU recoivcl. Cull or adtln-- our neurot ollice or write direct to growing corn, etc., etc. and holt the leadquarteru, Nashville, Tenu., far iufornmtion regarding our special "FarSums of 110 and under cash In hand jncent to church and schoolbouse. Hour. mer' Line" rate. If you are nt at present enjoying telephone service, we over that amount, turee uiontns Comrortablo tbire-rooill0ro nro ,ml bttW lmlls l house and cau immediately interest you. Our Hum rover the States of Kentucky, tion in heariiiff of this place, Hurtou rn. Price reasonable--,rt 'mtfSrt rmUduul TeiiiKvwoe, Mifehwippi, Louhiaua and the Southern iiortiou of Indiana and Ba"e ca811 Bnd' ba,ance oneasy tem8' Aa" & Bults' ChR8' Tlab' Chtt8' Enslill "or . " Low Cuts - At A At - THE FARMERS Sale c,r hi ME YOUR PRODUCE WANDERINGS Want A Farm 1 If you do It will pay you to write us. Wo hnvo a great many desirable fnrniH of fertile productive soil, located tliroimli Centrnl and North-O- GREAT REDUCTION SUMMER tnl Kentucky; In slues, from tho smallest to the largest, with correspond ing prices (load pikes, splendid schools, desirable neighbors, convenient welt tmprmed blue, gras. lands. to railroad Soi era exchaiiBes. writ,. n t in kind Central Ky. Real Estate Co. of farm oti want and wo will send list. LtusriuN :; KENTUCKY. t (a m Bigger and Better Thnn Ever w vt (U-i- . I., Hi - pli-n- Kentucky I'LL -H- mm COST Stanford, Ky. l'li-nl- fmr r. .LOUISVILLE... SLIPTEMBEK 11, 12, 13, 14, 15, 16, 1911. - I I . l - SAM ROBINSON p. B2!l s - u-- s SEE ME g. -- At Once and GetMy Prices on MASON'S FRUIT JARS lini-K- , id .... e 1 mi-li- t-, THRILLING FRKC ACTS DAILY RACING - - LIVE STOCK SHOW FINE HORSES - - GOOD MIDWAY - EDUCATION- EAD-ON COLLISION SATURDAY MOItH CIVSSKS AM) I.AItCIiK IMIKMIUMS THAN KVKII For Information or cntnloue write to MUSIC--CLEAN I Tllal WZLL YOU'.' , CO) VV K?n ,,,, ,i,l. ........ III,. i'tri ,U. .,.., .it(...i r.m...n Tiiiii.n.i.i I'UHRY M. SHY. Secretary, QD - W lS-ve- ar s 30-10- -- nt Quart tin cans, L.L. mm 30 cts per doz Crab Orchard, Kentucky. -- tnr-me- 2. ! The quality of our Mo. 1 rancy ent Flour made from the new wheat! If you are not ;t crop, will please ready using it, order a sack lrom your grocer. On sale at all grocery stores. FLOUR! J. H. Baughman & Co. CLEAN UP SALE OF (Kl-2- tn e hen.-efort- i i-l hu-li- el, fr irSrS JSl'0 ..; w i...-..- . rr , hu "'2 2 ',,!, ,.,... - s - iv.-,- inter-eoutiiiu- OXFORDS ! We have cut the price on six-roo- ,(,-, ,,r fr - I - ; every OXFORD in the one-fourt- h a (Ju-stnu- '1 I House. MEN'S WOMEN' AND CHILD- - REN'S. 1 w.-.- I W. E. Perkins, - (U-o- MONUMENTS Iim-kt-.i- t s - st wt ' 05-t- Wm, Adams & Son V.W Uin-raste- UlL TeLEPHOVfS. Joe Tngiie Piirdom the old sou of Mr. mid Mrs. J. II. Puidoin died nt his home in Morelaud Julv, 17th 1011. His funeral was preached at the . .Methodist church bv his pastor, F. I). Paluietcr, assisted by ftev. Jones pastor of the llaitist church at .Stanford. His l.o.lv w.-- laid to lest in the cemetery near his home. Joe wis converted earlv in life and united with the Methodist chinch life mid i11 'j""1 ". ,,ril" Jri-llii- n eliiirch. For the past few .ears he was a great sufferer mid .iluriiig this last illness he beenuio " '"roui?n n an lie was .mtient which wns owned bv William Long. ii.l.ii never uiiiTeiii a vvi.nl in commi. the grandfather of Mrs. Adam Pel- - plaint. ' Too much could not he sm.t of rev, deceased. I""-'- " "lllig life, that has gone Mr. J. II. Kussell showed lis a out "' "'is worhl of pniu mid sorrow ...llecl.ou ot iel.es. One being a 0 cnj(iv ll..VM, ,u,n. ,, W) ,.,.,.,. locker made at Milledgeville sixty igain feel pmu nud Ins ees can be ago, bv Shcltnii Vaughn. At i,",,'l "", f"'' "'" 'he Savior, b.v.-.- l tones remeuiber his wor.N of mlnioni mat time Judge John h.liiiisr.ui mid I'H'ii in Ami, in live (.re... and John Shaw wro his lor ,1(. hilj:s (f li.r Jesus ninl mil 1H WnrM ai(, i.ppieiitiees to learn the eahinet mak lie that when ends life's hit I., dt-er's trade. We nNo sw the old Joe will welcome you at the portnls deer mm and the knapsack which of Heaven. By One Who Loved Him. Lelonged to Arch Carson, who was u of I "rah Orchard, and the li.tln.-of W. A. Cat. of Slanfonl Also siiins nice oil paintings which Cured by The Marvel of The Century, were brought heie troiu Virginia U. B. B. Tested for 30 Yean. 1110 years ago hy one MeWilliams Hawking, spitting, foul, breath, dis'Ih.-nre so finely executed that one charges of yellow matter wjnuanent-I- )' will nlmi.st iilwuvs say it is not the cured with puro llotanlcal Ingredients. To prove It wo will send you a rk of the hritsli SAMPLE TREATMENT FREE Our cauvasti among tho good Her man farmers found dozen of them CATAltlUt IS NOT OXIA DA.NtiKIt- i.iiea.ly I.J. readers, tho-- e who were OL's ''"' It cause ulcerations, death "' boH, "'"s ambition t""d not. soon enme into hue. loU,!, a,"M'H lu',.', "f "Pl'ctlte. and i, ...- Al...r I..Mti,,.. lii.i.L. . " in. r,,;inlln lo " ..enerill -- -; i.uu y.: I.. 1). Haru.-.- win. kindly invited insanity, - u iietsjit ilfl.llllv . ljnr.un.,.l attention at onco. ii- - to his home to spend the night. Curu It by Inking Botanic Blood Balm W'c soon weiu'iit his pleasant home (B. B. B.) It Is a quick radical pnnan-min- t cure because It rids the system vhere we enjoy. d a good siiiper. of the polron thut cause Out host mid his iigreeable wife me at the Hiiu.e ceruisBlood Balm citarrh time (B. B. ery good people ami know how to B.) purifies the blood, does away with B. B. 8. make u fellow feel ut home. Mr. II every symptom ot catarrh a tingling flood or warm, rich formerly lived ut Lexington miici. sends tdood pure direct to the parnljted lit held ii position of electrical ennerves, and parts alfected by catarrWe believe oar hot has the hal poison, giving gineer. warmth and .iistiuetioti t being the largest umti ktrength Just where It Is needed, nud in Lincoln lounly. He is over six In thl wai making a perfect lasting cure of cntnrrh In all Its forms, DltlUI feet tall, weighs .'I l." imuiids,nud his (11ST.S or by express, 1 PKIl I.AltdlJ belt uieasuret .'(I inches. HOTTI.K, with dlrectloiu for homo Called at Ihe sehool euro. HAMl'1.1-- : BhNT KithK by writ-in- g Blood Balm Co, Atlanta Ga. Deswhich is taught by .Mish Kuby ('ar-i.d- l. cribe tree Is a small district hut the at- advice your trouble and Shun) medical given. Sold by i and nil-.tendance is good. A i unty map of Kentucky done in colors which is a nice pieeu of work which was drawn hy little Miss Marie Hraswell ANo somi extra nice maps draw.--, UNDERTAKERS AND last year hy Miss Arvn Leach, when till" sehoool was tmighl bv .Miss ALSO DEALMaude Ilrown. MATER IN FURNITURE, We also had a short visit to the I'leasnnt Point school which is TINGS, RUGS. THEY WILL (aught hy Mr. Elmer Gillil.md. They EXCHANGE FURNITURE , have ii nice school house mid a FOR ALL KINDS OF STOCK. mighty good school. One hundred pupils in the district with an attend-mic- e GIVE THEM A CALL. PRICE ofvivcr BO. Nice mottoes upon RIGHT. tho walls inspire the pupils to better (hingH. Wo enjoyed mi KENTUCKY. STANFORD, t: spelling match between the boys and girls. Tho boyn spelled well hut tho girls were easily the dclnrs. The pupils, when dismissed, walked out in order. II. I. Illmikcindiip. Kt-v- and Joe Wiclnnd. John .Infer mid Fred Tsehanr. have formed ti partnership in liuteheriin: to supply the Herman settlement. While nt Adnm Pelrey's we were shown an old receipt reading thus; 'This day received of William Long cue hundred pounds which is in full for u tract of laud sold by James Chandler mid Thus. Harper to Unsaid Long, of Orange county. Vn., heptcmher :, ISO". Attest: Fruneis Williuui Ahrnliam- -. II. Mallorv. I haiuller. The old ilneumeiit wns in a bible IN MEMORY OF JOE TAGUE PURD0M ,'" j.-ai- s r Catarrh n-- oi 1,-- ... , , r j. L. Beazley & Co J. C. McClary n.ll Seemed to Give Him a New Stomach. II "I silffvi'd inteiis-ol,- lifter eating of (IHOOVrOUATKIW A. T. NUNNELLEY, Administrator. C34 mid no medicine or treatment I died -- CsT.l V seemed to do nny good," writes 11. M Ww-- ' Ynungpetcrs Kditor of tin 'Situ, La'.e View, Ohio. ''The first few dose of ClinnilH'i Iain's Stomach and Liver tablets gave me surprising relief mid AND EMBALMER (ho second hatllo ecined to give mo UNDERTAKER STANFORD, - KY new stomach and peifectly good a ijuii ana jiuuon, Jonn James, u. T. willsun, dress owner. Otoe 'PfcoM 117. C88 Host 'FhM H. R.F.D. No. 3, Stanford, rw. Uussell, Christ liliss, KIHott Uros.. health." For sale by all dealer.. eat nopern-uearLuer'ce- m " .I ch". t,