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The Stanford interior journal: August 18, 1911 The Stanford interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images Shelton Saufley Stanford, KY 1911 int1911081801_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 18, 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. - jUj ,uiSi.k-l- ( AiMir" IH.WIWI f" i'!" .in itiWlji VOLUME! XXXVIII. NO. 65. BRODHEAD The Stanford Interior Journal. STANFORD, LINCOLN (Iimiii" i I. n, i I BRODHEAD FAIR EDITION COUNTY, KENTUCKY. FRIDAY, AUGUST 18, 1911. EVERY TUESDAY AND FRIDAY. FAIR OPENS IN BLAZE BRIGHT BROOHEAD GIRL. v 'leu ii I : i.i. wiTc .Mi SPLENDID PROGRESS MADE BY BRODHEAD OF GLORY .'i n. i Midi. ii nt Big Crowds on Hand Daily and Record Attendance Will Be Made The Ear 'I In- v Awards ? Im-i-- i - Hrodhend, K.v. An. great Hmdheiid rmr Mtll Wl'Rt I IjIMV "lllll til - III' t i .. III' lament attendance cwr pn-ttin' Mrt duy. llneU o' Lincoln ty people arc inienl in a tlUHtllMI' in xl fti III frillll illlHilllll' IIHIHliH. Tim I.. II I .. I)ii ml with t lie L count I'mucth ( n.u mii mi iliticnitm ng ' it in iiii 111? life iittriii'lmiiK l' Villi Wi'xi I mIiuw ilin Hongliiiul iv tlio .Miller, nro-- .. iiUii l,n' hit;, i f.i acting oi lt).'H' v ' uniiiiii:i' I .loi'iimiii ii t .M'i- - - iiri1 gool ilrmm, mid Lots of fast ii r.' wildly applauded. Imr-ttin tin' stalls, plenty of ri'tl ll'llllllllllll'.llllll OtlllT Ilk good tilings. Knokciistlc lit'iiutii'ri lii general llrinl-lit'iin particular, with lots of pretty gills from elsewhere iiri piescnt. I.vcr)body enjoying tin big tune mul Imiit in their praises of tin- - occasion in fiii't, a big, nil! fashioned pii'ini' Col. J. I. Chandler, tin- - I'llii'ii'iit ting master, in on liiiml ami conduct i nir tin1 affairs of his ofllre in a way which is snlixfaclur) to till' manage int'iit ami patrons alike. Tin following judges were appointed mul served in decisions in the Floral Hall, l'anii products ami kindled department- -: 1'. C. Hcnr). of Paris. 0. W. Pod, of Xioholusvillo ami W. II. Owens, tin' nuTi'liiiiil prince of Spiro, Ky. The following were the awards for the first tin v : First Day's Awards. Host peck wheal C. II. lli'ltuii 1st lilt1 M ul It'ip!), J. W. Aloore 2d. 12 t; i cars white corn II. I'. II. ('. Iiowniuii 2d I lest 11! can. yellow corn W.illci l.ngrs 1 t ; I I. C. .loner 2d. Hest pfi'k onli. .1. W. .Moore Hcst green benils C. A. Wheeliloll W. Al. Mellon 2,1. Host peek sweet potatoes J. W. Slnitlf 1st; Hlirnlielli Mellon '.M. Hi'! Join. lt; I Ii Iol Irih potatoes (inniville l.eeee Ni; Geo. A. Have- - 2d. He- -t jMi'k onions .luck : ('. T. Sign'on 'Jd. Hoil peck turnips -- (. W. Have. Mtt peek tomatoes -- (ico. Haves. Iti.ll Albright Jil. 1 y-i- iic -t peeR I t Cusli C. T. Sutmoii '.M. Itmi puck iliieil applet.- - lt; Host lliatt Mr. lt; Jottu (ash Nt; America - AiIhwm I'd ')uk 1st; .lark lliiij(i'r 'Jil. .1. It. Purcell Met pcuehc I'lilne llmntuiiJil. A JiiIih l.eur piwrs a in-- . ItiAt Imlf ibwili cnriimherM S. I) wrpeHlur lot; Suie Levee 2d. Itcxt diiplny of vegctuhles-AltiinIimvis. Uf. .1. . tH men 'Jil. Dent ami lnrsi"4 Iten Apple hl 'Jil. -i: H. white Kllcn Mrs. jinipe Maip Ul; WiUon Kini; 'Jil. ".et hlimk nii.' Cash llinlt. ..M iv. CII.mi llntp 'Jd. Ucwt Carpcn-i- r watermelon S. -1 Host -t ami Jil. I. Itrti intisk itii'lon .Milt Stei.n, Oliie WilliHitis Jil. lUt enntaloiipe Milt Stexen-- . Itol ami laiyi'sl pmepkiii- - .1. S. Dnkv Ui; .luck lUimcit Jd. IW't divla uf fruit -- T. It. I.ear Nt; John l.mir Jd. Kcsl (ohaeeo -- I. II. Itiuni'tt Utv, (iri'eii l.uiiip, 'Jd, ltist hionm worn T. hear Ihl; l- ' lllll ItMinelt 'Jil. I lent siixar coin- - Win. Kiiij: 1st; .lolin Shhell 'Jd. Ilesl millet Z. Kmeiiel. ls ; . ('. JlHII 'Jil. I!e! timothy- - rpl Shivel 1st; T. 1 M. I.ear. 'Jil Itent clover C. T. Siummi Menry Myiiuier Jil. Ilesl alfnlfii WiUon Kinif Ut; I. OAK CAKK S'iciist while cakeMollie Diirluun. lt; N'lci.! golden cake. Same. I.AYKU CKK ltwl coeiiiiniit cake Mollie Dur-liai- n Ut;.ltelle I. cm r 'Jil. Heft chocolate cuke Miiinii Mnjif.. mim;ais corn pmie llihwii 1st; Hetlio Juhiison Jd. Hist duieii liitnil Hlvn Hriiun. Hes salt hrend Linda I tc--t ri-i- Hast loaf yeast hrend Mrs. Win. Km-.- ' 1st; Airs. K. L. Smith 'Jd. I'ltKSKHVr.S Annie Shumate ls(; Chine Hlatitiin 'Jd. IVar preserves Klvu Hrowu lut; I let tie Johiisiin 'Jd. Tomato preservcgMary Hratm- - Peach ircsi-re- Kolierts, of Dainille. was now n o see his linut prt Sll'lihi,. Some Interesting Sidelights On fl.e I). 0. (!oi cli is iHttinr lii- - dausli-I'History of the Htistlinij Little .it llns place. City in Rockcastle. Mi T .1. Oimoli ami Kffin (Imieii peoi sitiiiiflny niifht nt I7. I). .Ihn-i- n W. ABM - and look the e.vpiirsiliiil to I Hi (L I!. I, HlaiikeiiMiip.) i ill .Sunday. In IS'iO thein was onlj two hon-i- s Mi. J V. Hamilton vu liete Unt in ISriidhi'ilil. Dae van near til" l it i. ddixerper jiictuuH fur the Clml ii'sideuic of Air. J. V.. Wumlynril, u I'orlrnt Conijiany. vlueh is occupied Ii) Jim Ouens mill I'liiuilv. This liiiililiii(i uml loeuhtx HUSTONVILLE I wb known to the ntiry truelerM us I Slitinll'it Tavern .it th it tune anil Mr .lark Xcu'licrn is nttcmlin n wns jnaile n sojipinjr jilare hy tlio hulls! jinny at the home of Mia iiniM'n who oer Fall .sold t licit Man llattiituii at 1'arin this week. cuttle, hogs and laules ilonn Miss Nina Goltllc Alhriolit. Mrs Art hu i Lancaster, of Cown;,'-tui- i, south.' As the drover- - had no other is thy guest ot her jiarents' Mr. viij for the traiisporlatinii of their Mish Nil, a (loldic, the little I.lltle Muck, it had to ho driwn on tout. daiivlili i, ot .Mr. nml ami .Mrs. Sam Adhlcy here. ti' Mr. Will .MeKimiey is spciiilin .Mis A. 1!. Mhriclil, of Itrodheail. h a These Dips tn the fiotilh consumed a remarkahlx liriylit child. Al the few days at Klixir Springs. mounts in iiuie nun niica siauuns as aye n ami a half cnrs she Mrs. Wuoilic Uri'cn, of Lexiiiu'lon, IStigall's .situated as il was, o near knew the entile alphahet perfectly is the "net of Mr. and Mr.s. W. It. jllti1 limjiid waters of Dick's river, nml had committed to memon the Williams. v.ere welcomed hy the weary herds i crcs tutiliii with each letter af Mrs. John Samlidge is isitin her uml impatient driver- -. It III! fl lllll llllltt ( ..(. I. ttl ttll This ilriviny was done nin-tl- y in Mrs. tuk.i Car iter at the alphahet to .ml the heuiimer. (he Fall it lieinj the intention of Indiana. Could read at the ut" of four when N,w lt'v fcore Mills nml wife are the drover to jjet his slock heyoud w started to school. Diirini; the the Cuinherlaiid and l'iue iiiuuntiiins term she never iiiis.ed hut tluee dnVfi iMliiitr friends in this Starlini; in I lie primer at the first Julian Itilfu is isitinir in Lotin-u- f before, the roads froze up uml the school, she. proi;reseil we'!, ton thi week. luld begun. ami at the cIiim' of the term shn Another euiumoii hivht at that Misses Kstcllf ami Minnie Mem toiild reail most .niylhitiir with case chins, of Klixir Sjirinji-s- . weie in tnno was tlio gangs uf neyroos wsin lieini; mi the third reader at that Inn! been sold south, to work in tlio town shopping Saturd.iy. lime. She can also do simple siur" Mr. ami Mrs. William M. Std;liill Held- - of cotton and on the biir 'in addition. All who see Iter ate d. surprised at the ease with which she ot Cliieajto, are quests !if relatives jdantutiuiis, which Gieut numbers of liiimirauts here. tends and talks. Itlaiu Drjc, of Hradfordsvillc. is (.oiuiii"; to Kentucky, and tho-- e who t)1o KMt'st uf Col. Doc l)i.c. Ji:ucd still farther we-- t, came over man ls; J. M. Crawford 'Jd. Piof. ami Mrs. .S. S. liohiuson (lie old .statu load. Hanllv ever a Apple preserve Mrs. .Io.iii Cash 'd ; Minnie Mayes 'Jd. jliaxe retiiinei! lroin a pleasant i,i day hut what tuie cuuld sec the us lie wduiiii of tho jiioneer piv-ent'lvile Lear to Danville friends ami relatives. uinc" Miss Met Cowan is the guest of i nine from the old lioineste.iil in 1st; Hello Lear Jd. I'e-- t t"0f Viiviiuiy," or Xurth Caioliua, display of (ircscrves .Min. Mr. lletlie .Jones at Mt. Salem. Mrs. A. J. Weddlc and jirctty lor Tennessee, beekinj; a huine iu the nieIliiyes J1. ,1 Nicest apple jelly Mr- -. W. ilaiihter. Xaniiie. were in town shop- - iboiimlle-- s ue-- t. There was only a scattered Mi- -. Charles Morris Jd I1'"'- -' l'rid.i. 1'roclor 1st; ()n 'e'luesilay ennui' Mr- -. John in. the imiieihutt locality of Min- - ' (iipe iM llclle I .oh i I,!' l',Tl' dehalittully ehtei tamed for jl'.roilhenil until nhout the jcar 1S70. me Mayos 2d. Sam Mathews, of Leinx'.on. when tho Louisville and I'luiii jelly KIh llruwn Nt; CIihm this -- cetinii of I"'"1 Martha WiJlis."ot ShuJh.willc 'l.iilroad Morris 'Jd. Mi- -. (Jeu. 'lonnlry. bringing in an ever increas'I'1!"' "'"'" 'f 'r. and l'ciuli jolly Hello Liiir 1st; Mrs. MiilliiiH whs -- cm rcl Imriied Sntur- - ing thring of jieojile. Juan Cash M. A contractor, who was employed day. The child ,.is jilayinir in th. Cnlieii comfort J lie (Incus ls lyurd wlieie some ashes had heeu in tho construction of the now load, Maude Hruu'ii 'Jd. 'was mi populiir with the railroad llume-miiil- e niwriet Duuia Kin- - '"I'tied and in some way its clothes . tiij-lfire nml Inline am one could management and the people near the eer Nt; Mr. John WillimiK. Jd. lt.s.t "' ' ,'1" '"" Itml wens bjilly now dejxit, whirh rcuiaiiicd '.la terintei Hiiie ( Iih. Ann- minus of the division for u jear, luriicd. stromr 1st; l.ia Houston 'Jd. ' i""" '''"enec N'omi has returned 'that tlihii town was tJien ehristeued Htint worsted iuill dla Frith in Mr. . X. Williams J.l. ,'" ,llir I'"""' "l l""Vli alter a de- - itrodheail the his honor. a postotliee About same time, jlhthtful visit to Irieiid- - in tin- - sih- . . jWas ojicned in the station building ll""' pnrflnHrRQun r IIhii'. D. 'ron.liiisoa and jv.ith l.bhen Farn- - as the llrs' po- -t .. . I. i. .niier-o- ii 'Si li. .inlei-oi- i. 'o Ijiina ir. aie jiniister. Me was ihc fallivi of Sen.iinin i.. ator (leorgo l'ariis, of Gairanl. "I'e.iiliiip a JVv days nt I iir. hml "Dim" Hur-- t. the well known tho establishment of the otfice !. rl Mrs. ue.i'c has ) rtlll licit liKhtniuy mil a'uenl. put up -- otiic from a plea -- ii nt visit to friend- - in Uhe jieojilo Men; euinpelled to go to mils on his nice residence on Dick'- ,Alt. Vornon or Crab Orchard to get r. I COIOtl. riur. Dm1 had put up the Mi-- !' i.ips, luawood. their mail ihi.i rods ami left when the little flio- lu 1S0J Air. T. S. Fiith j.ut up sou, ilarxey Helm Auder- - Va.f is the allmeti finest nf Mr- -. j ear-ol- d the lirst sloie in tin- - section, which im- - W. I N'avc. ,Miii, coneliidiap the iod- - wen- an Mas nliiuil half a mile to the ea-- t of Mi-- s ICay Sallec, of lltirioil-iiiii- v, irovcmeiit mi -- lairs, elevators and .Mr. Frith at Hint litne is tin guost of Mis. La.ini MoKiu-nc- j Hroilhead. h.ire-fooil the like, .mil hauled must of his good- - lroin the this week. Fil, eliiahed up a iod uml euteiod an Mi.--s jleeehor Xewhera has u. cities of Lt'Mpglon, Louisville and upstairs window. Ho niton climhs the turiii'd from her aeatiiui and will 'other town, iu the northern part of lull Coluiuhia pojilnr- - in his faiher'- he lnd to see her 'inuiiv friends at 'Hie stnto. Alter tho railioad came yiiid, he moved into (he tuwn and has II. T. Lawicuce. of I'.irker Cit v. Wcnlhijrford & Company'-- . y iu the good- - Lu J1;:"' '''"hcit Collici daughter been eontinuoii-l1ml.. hu lii'i-isitiiif: M. I'. ImvJ-uess marly ,"i() years. Air. Frith, are kiii-- I- of Mr- -. W. - "f Sonmi-e- l, ami family. A laiaily i.iiiicuco while nearly 70, still delights iu 'in ion was held al K. 1'aikerV Sun- - ,,)' hP',d. 'lues-- , being aetivelv ongiigfd iu -- ev-' W- - l)- - I)l"1" Mr"" ,,i,,' retue-ieday, when. ill prweat -- pent mi en- tral enterprise- -. joyal.le time. An eloniil four- - )'""1"1 pleasant u-- it lu her ilauyhtir The First Schools. I1''1' Mrs ,);l" Tmylur. oiirsi- - dinner w sened The llist school term wn- - taught J,,Mm ami Joe luiu p.iss-he- r .Mis. T. Y Shaw whs the nuc- -t of ;iu mi abamlniu'd cabin near Doolie's falhei. Mr. J. T. Itoheil- -. near t(1 tlirtjrli here WidnuMlay on their Fork church, just cast .,t town. The way to I.iheily. 1, ,1,1,Misses Blanche Vandeeor nil first school trustees weie Alosses. J. Mr. ami Mi-- .. Klmer Sihim, Conn, who I. Woodyuiil U'oxinytoti. vero ,"elt .lie the :ue-l- s of Mi- -. were appointed and Join, -- ehuul loin- Mr. audi'-11- " b tho- Vl Ihis week. I.Mrs Menofco I'lmoie. iiiissioner. iittcrvvaids, Mi- -, lie- - 1'iill ami lice Xcwheru and 'turonh the Some .cjirs Air Ami- I'aiti-l- i. ..I Ifinlnn,.!,.!. eirorl's of J. F Alary I). are week i nd is isiiim.' her uncle. I'. L. l'arri-- h. Wooiyard and other- -, a new ot Airs J. A. Hluiii. quests .ami nt I tnilinir the Hroilhead fair. building was elected iu the Air. uml Airs. Tom Jasper, of Mi es Mnrv I'heiio. of l'lano, Tov.is, are quests of filciut-a- jtnvvn. Air. Wiuidj.ud gao a lot and ll'la. mid Hellieaiiil Ollic I'heri'.'o. of also lumber nml funds mul emitrili. relatives heie. LoAinulou, lire puestn nf their aunt. utcil very to tho cause of Jason Tiiylurfuiiil wife aie uno-t- h Mrs. II, (1. Cummins. education mid was pleased to sec uf C. H. .MeCnriiiaek and family. his community blessed with a school .Miss Mai tint Dye,, uf Miilim-lunyKING'S MOUNTAIN. is vision;; Alisses lioheila nml Sn- - which was much belter than I lie school ut that da. Alanj of Clarence Dunn ami wife aie with K"1 '""i"' Huhaiiks, of Hoyle nml H. HrodheadS lust citizens received I " the lefulkn for ii few days. who ate tu- - their education at this school. The Ho-- er "t'lis. Comedy ('omp;.ii This building was used until tho J"iniiiiK at Klixir Sjuinu', spent last f:iii- an inteiesiinv; shmv1 graded and high xohool was pie-cSiiinliiv with Mr and Airs. J. A. Monday tiiuht. i reeled. The school was made ll llnuiiuutiil-- . Mr- -. Aetna D.ivi's, of Alhinl.i, (Sm graded school in lflil'J. Tho jiroscnt Air. uml All's. .Junius biw-- . of and Airs. F. Al. Howe am building, is a huge commodious, five Slalloid, KaiisMs, uml Jessie friends heri'. ',m! J AliKechnie, of Muhlile, unsaid sliucllire equipped with Kd Hiunoy mul wife lune come lol books, maps ami oilier here to ie, he is u fine operutoi' no ptosis ,i .Mr. nml Ml-- . ,. ami eompaies well with .imiuomls. l winks mi Ihinl iik. iuiv likesehool in the slate. The people, of Hilsliiinille weie Aliss Salina Striucr ami Xnrn The faoultv or ihe ttrn uf IJ "',,,il'' '" i'v t nUrwiMiil or I in l..- have mine to x,'n """ ll i headed by 'rof. ClilTunl W. Sowi'i'.'l f.ii -a iin.s ,,(U-rjueas :M,I,K ,."4'"k '" """". S,,,,'Ih; ",""' Vvriuht. oP- Xew Orleans, principal, i if., ins siuijiii oeun; i.uu i.imiv; vim bus i harge ai;t 1'itit wi'h ii'iti.ils lion. ot the ijglilh ;r,ule Jlr C M Vtii'i i ,i has u'ono in Loyally." 1 ; School and Training depart at' n i Jh- : in.ei inn nt Colini , 0. Airs, C, W. Wright, gnui'iuiir i int. Ltarn to Appreciate Hem. Air. I .'he Kl i ..ml lmv "Erery traveler baa a borne of bla ilcparliiient; Miss Naiiino McWhur-le- i, lint, n mini fVm .Miciu-Intermediate department. Alios own and be Irarna to appreciate It tb R'ii Fin iris is ititing her hister Bore from bla wanderluga " Cbarlea Currie Fnth. l'rimury dejiartuient. a. S'.aufoid. Dlckena I iiif. and Mrs, U right coma higblv K'T lecominciided, wliilo tlio last nnmwl BRODHEAD icneiicrn. musses icnortor ami j run, lire wen kiumvii uy an, aavin ... ....!. .... ... .1.:. ....I i .1... till ti'tn- - is very ))ioiuisiti((. Ihe follow ing, wcllknown, jinnrrea. sivc citizens Lomposu tho IiohiiI ot Lduention. 1'. Fmnonco, jirosiilnt ; tlmrles Hurt leerdnry; A. J. Una- - IS GIVEN SITE FOR BUYERS A PARK CoH1',,c.,c T 'onZZ "IS t. BID BRISKLY ON BRODHEAD LOTS Lot a Live News From Brotlhcad. Tl Lcl"" K., I Usl Purchases of Property at Sale There Last Monday L Those Who Mat,e Hu' I slu-ip- , to -- 'I""''V -- i pa-se- lt cov-juri- es pojm-llntii- ni I Xa-hvil- le -- -"' lt i 1 ii , ii ... De-'fo- ro 1 hiire-hiiiidc- t- y 1 -- "c-l- ey 1 1- vi-'t- - Hrodlipad. Ai. (. The lot wnlo condiicteil li 1 ,,. iVen Henry, of tho Koultv ( i . pnny va well nttendcil l.i t 1. Hrool.s, It C Anderson, . ', ow (, Wright, principal ot Hie iiark and set out simile tree- -. '""i i moru man u winusiimi pi - ;ic ?,. heniff jiresoilt. Tic hi? Imrliei le . Three Splendid Churches fi.i,- vn nmke quite a nice nilditum ,. ,, 7 here aie tluee rliurchcs in uy eicvcr rraiiK unniur jirepnrcu - i,hi .,:,. ..t,:i. i itrodliend. Itaptist. Christian iitul!np,i llf ..... ,.' .. ,...,., ... n ... Urook wun an njipreciatcd fenthto. w ...,,v. . .. t. SI...I....I:. i j m' .ociiiuinsi, .ri. . uupiisi iireiuren thank Hun, very much for being , i"f, U,.B ":caS10"' r,,,Je "' ji)' foinfortnbly Jumped in their new leW Um'K ?,'Wl,,0.n' ' '" cuncrutw and feel their act will .,ols '" ! iililding, which wns dedicnteii in A fllinrnitlltdil lit I in rvA.nU II viiium irt iiiu it'uintj Irnitl ffir Ina litt lioitur na fnlmn"" Sejitembcr, 1!J07. Tho ohureli j.rop- All. mid .Mi'i. IL (7. V,"iinntt. of,1 'A J' , P' Z T, ... -i i iiuwv, nun a Tto ii eilool Xejitunc, arc the gu.-st- . i;. 0i uf hi, n.o.h- J.f loom of IlOxtiO, well siijiplicd with i'1, ''' ' l or during tho Fair limits etc. In ca-- o of large crowds Aliss Mini Mi'.,,,', ha rUuuted to ??' D' Sft1'",,ton the two riimiiii bo thrown tilgelh her homo f4"5,0; J' ho', Cl,crr' $i0' Oily r.i.ei vis- ul er, which gives a larger seating caIlrooks 12.r0; J. Al. Hrown $90: J. pacity thiiii most cluirehes have. .min i.iiiii.l'- uc;i; M. Hrown $."j; A. J. Haggnrd f9."i; 1". Frnucisiii has laken possession Ihorc is a live inciiibrshii of about of the Frith IIo!, Geo. Hruinnielt .flOO; John Evans -- DO, with a Sunday school of some hy U. II. :',:i!ii'. Air. Sains i.caled :i'J.."i(); J. AL Cruig .f.'ij; J. AL Hrown Ins au.l 'it juijiils. Ifcv. T. C. Duke, of Alt hospitiible far.ulv will ,'i2.ri(l;J. W. I'roctor $riO; J. W. movi: to Leb'.ernoii, who is pastor of the Alt. anon in a ilinrf I'roctor 4(7.50; John Lecce $00; while. ernon Hajitikt church, is in charge Xewt Ararlow 42.50; J. O. Frith $35 Aliss l.lirabeth Carter in" the work at this Jop Albright $55; idaee. The heluv eiitcrtaiac.--l a fe- - nt her friend.) A.M.Hiatt id li. If. Xoel, who wits pastor at List Friday evecing. W. J. Owens $40; Jneob Elder $35; i. nc time took iuito an active intor-(Messrs. Irvin ami Willie Alnrtin liobert Hicks f35; A. lC Albright a in the planning ul (ho new church tract nt $30;50 per acre; of Lynelihur;. Vii.. w. io fcere last and the collection of funds to be week, thn guests of Douglas Alartin. J. It. Cass 5.; J. II. Stornies $77.50 used iu its erection. Hev. A. J. Pike, Airs. Linda Kenton and Mis Hillic Al S. Evans 450; J. W. Tate $35; J. who was also pastor at one time W. Allen 435; 0. Owens $20; Jerry Hentoii attended (he Williams-Wetook an active part making an exwedding at Alt. Vernon last week. Frith, three lots 42.50 each; J. AI. tensive canvass for donations for Mr. and Airs. G. W. Ilrooks. of Hrown $42.50; Will Hnggurd 2 Tots the work. Williamsburg, who hnve been in nt $37:50; Xnth Hrummett $35; J. The Christian church i nthis n Alontrent, X. for the past six T. Tate 2 lots at 452.50; J. T. Tate wns originally situated at weeKs, were here last week, hut left $32.50; same 425; Jim Wnlh'n 425; Leone's Fork nt Ihc time of the Saturday for Geo. Foglo 425: AI. Hopkins 2 lots nt Denver. Col. early -- ettlenient of the country, the 427.50; J. Signinii, barn and .'lucres James Frith has shipped ovei i 'lurch named, with the one at Alt. 1,000 gallons of blackberries sinio at 405 per acre; X. J. Tipton drew eriiuii and the one at Freedom, the lirst of July. the 45 in gold-.lloHicks got 5 were the only churches in Hocke.is-l- lt acres nt 430 and Lige Heimlcy drew Willie Vadvn has icturneil home Alost of the members from Louisville whore count). he has been the free lot; F. Francisco one lot of Doouc's Foik moved their woiking for the past four months. 452.50; J. AL Frith two lots nt $37.-5to Ihc now Christian church Joe Hopkins 437.50; Geo. Fogle Jop Albright was up from Lcb hire at its dedication in December, 435; Geo. Hurk 17.50; A. J. Sutton tnon last Alondav. JbSS. Kid. (!. W. Yancey, of Luncas . Carter and llravelv attended 442.50; A. J. Pike two lots $07.50; ler preaching the dedicatory the medical association ut Alf. Ver- W. T. Evans two lots .$32.30. I lev. Sjepheii-o- u Collyer was non hist week. Ihc fir-- t pa-tSALE OF BANK STOCK after the present Aliss Anna Cuss has returned i lunch was dedicated. Kid. W. J. home after a pleasant visit in Stan I.'eger- -, of Louisville, is the pu-e- iit Held Here Monday By Executors of ford. pastor. He is a son of John J. !ng- Late T. J. Rohinson. 0. C Wilmott. of Kuowillc. Tenu. (i-- .i vim wn- - one ot the pioneer is visiting home folk- -. uam-te- iof the Chn-tia- n As executor of the estate ol tho Aliss Hoc Hunt, of Alarotsbui-- '. in ICcnlueky. There is a In ice memlate T J. Itobin-oAttorney J. H. is isiting Mrs. Dai-- v Hunt. bership and the chinch here i in Paxton sold it number of share- - uf Air ami Alls. G. AL Horry, of flouii-Iiiii'- .1 i condition. The -- erstoek in well known banks at pubAir. and Airs. Ilaive an- iee- - every lir-- t Sunday are largely hook, lic outcry. The sales made were Hutu-ill.- .', Hai-so- n of Mrs. R. IL alteudeil. The Sunday school in con : nml daughter, Cecil. Mi Susi Lection - a float rank chool wih Hi 1,11. nf I., ....... I. vv. ji. ungnt live snares ot tlio M! ........, v.t ..iiii-,i-n-- i , mm mi uveravre .ittciidance nf TiO pupil- -. aie mo guests ot .Mr. iti'd Mr- - J. Fourth Xntinnal Hnnk, of Columbus, All- -. J. Thus Cherry, superintendent On., nt $300. Thomas Cherry this week. Ah-- s Alattie Wilnmtl. secrelarv. and Jake Hobinsou seven -- hares of James- Frith w.is in Stanford and John J. lingers treasurer. tho sumo bank at 4300. Danville the first of tho week. The Alclliodi.-- t church while not Air. Hobin-n- n five share- - of the Airs. Lou Puroell. uf St. Lmii- -. numerically a- - sr,,iig a- - the oilier Ala., is the gue- -t 'nf Airs J. It. Ca.s- -. Alercliants' & Aeclianies' Bank, nf churches - unite active nml eiiilm.i. V's Kliabeth Venuilliou of Dan- Columbus. On., nt 4140. nslic. L'ev. Clmi'lcs Clie-tnAir. Bright five shares of same at of ville, is with her cm-iJIt-- s 1 oijilon. - (he pu-tService.-- on Lli7.ibelh Tluirp during the fair. 4141. the tliiul Siuulav. Afr. liobiu-o- ii five chutes of same Air- -. Coin Gibb, and eliildren have Fraternal Organizations. icturneil lo their home nt I'inevillo al $140.50. Ili'inlliead .1-.- well supplied with Air. Itobiusoii, three shares of the t fler relatives here. the fratcinal oigauiatiun- - a- - any Airs. Ik.'ttic Henderson, uf Lowell, same at $140. town of its sic iu the -- tale. 'I here uml Air John P. Foster five shares of the and Airs. Will Howe of is a largo and uelive ALisonic lodg" Iticlimnud, Airs. K. II. Xatunial Hank of Ilustonville, K aie with Star chnptcr ami the Xouland. ut 1'M. Koyal Arh i hnrpter. cneh having Air. Foster five shares of same at Among some of the guests e.jieet-e- d a good inonibei'sliij). Tlio I. 0. O. F. here during ihe fair arc Dr. Gene 4110. here is in a nourishing condition, Hi own and family, Air. Foster five, more share- - nf of Stanford, nml have been organied something Aliss ie Hike. Livingston. Miss tho same nt 4110.50. . . .. over a year. Ml II Ihe Woiubnen have I. II.. i. ion., iiaiiviue; .n-sI. George. Holmes five shares of tli i on .lulia a vood lodge al-All the above Fash, Ann Tate. Virginia Davis. Sa. I""1'"1 f1Ul linnc'd lodge- - meet jn the io John Klliutt five shares uf saine at die Kichaids and .Messrs. Shirley Hall. The Al. D. A. is also represcnt- - Talc, Waller .Miller, f Alt. VeVmon. m- 'cd mid is stendily growing-- The) .eiiii Alc'Cnll, of Alaivtsburg 'liiiison bought 20 sharts. nf an.d hold I heir meetings in Albright I lull. Lettie I.u-""' Cumirerciul Hank Ar Trust Com nf Corbiu. j The orgaiiiiitinn wns started here n 5 at 475.50; 5 Aliss Aliraml.i Tate was in Alt. I""nj of year ago. The Hioillicad ,l1"' r l '' at eluon hist Tuesday between traini. " was ereeled three veais ngo and Miss Alma Carsnn, of Guthrie, Hrodhcnd. Till. Illfliri' lrnllf ,...., ,lf ,,,, ...,.... An-.'- . 17 I... , l. Ht-nr- 1 ,.. ,n ..-- .I i.a - h'1 '7 nl r H.J- ,...:.. rc-ciH- st six-ac- re st sec-lin- l, 4-- 0: , Di-s- s,.r-n.0- or' n, n, -- 1 ..ill-s- e- . i - n. ui. - m j cs o. Ala-on- I . k, I 1": 'i1' -- I ee mi lai-gel- j . nv-tin- ge (onipaiiies favorable as regards con- . . .. n. yiuoi.eo miures ami etc.. with any ... inn ctiiinu seat towns .iiicier .joiiu itoiMiius is postmaster ii.. i. i and Aliss Alattie Owen- -, the duughlei nf James Owen- -, is the popular and efficient assistant. Xo rural out of the office but two mules hnve been projio-ewith good I'hiiuccs of (heir lieiut establish de-)ied, 1 '- ut Alis .. -- BRODHEAD TWIST Aliss Carson has been principal nlj the school ever since she left ICen. To my many patrons of my tuckv 22 years ago. brands of tobacco "Old ," Cliaile- -. Hurt was in Iiovvi.uul (Friendsliiii' Twist) and the first ot the week. other good lirandt.. I am back Air. W. T. I.ear is said to uwn Hit at my old stand Hrudhcad. Kv oldest coffee mill in Hoekeustle. It ' after 18 yeass at Junction City vias bought in 1815 iu Alorgantown, Ivy... and beg to be remember-e- d X. C, by Georgo Siginan. Later it ed soon. iu a contiiiiiiiiu'O of youi vas given to his son. John Smimin patronage. Tho town of Hioilhcad. nlike'Staii ft om whom it was purcluiseil li I). ford, manages to get along with the W. Lenr, of this city'; R. S. Martin. ami thence. repot it has. but deserves u much passed iuto the hand of W. T. .ear larger one than it has nt present. his son, who owns it now. It U, H,u; Not only the freight traffic, bu the r,iUailnblc history, Iicuil' still in ljlnry ,nn,le a ,0,t of friemU he was here, and u iio,hi ho will traffic is also hampered nun iu use everM.ice como towo A nice petition , ,I,e high offu-iulit was purchased oj )ei ag, j I Hrml-head- Oklahoma, is visiting friends here. i r 'I I. I IMJUyUWUfllllJUlOilM toiJSi h.-v.- s .vr,..,i ll,Z ".ft 1 i nd mujht bring Ihe No . do-ir- cl 11)11-1U- re - 1 1 (hi-iliei- i Nrnrni., tine sinking; 111111).'. person- - from etber commiuut.es w.ll ipnckly . Hie, ,s he ennspu-uouof ..lore. iiruund the plattorn 1. It is not twin any strict regulations the subject of ,og,i,uey or loitering, hut fro,,, the s nb-en- T, auei.iicu uy a ,.1 lame crowd nml .e.ic ,. f 1. " ,ale The lots sold well but ',.( at high figure. This addition will he ijiulo a help to Hrndhead and has I furnished a ut.ml.er of building sites, which are badly needed. This can In. made one of the prettiest re- -i lLl. her visitors u-r- y lovely with , .. lu,-- o ,.." , tion, died las? Sunday night at 12 "-'' ''? ter of .Mrs. Jack Hallnrd. hut had ... .... jncu wiiii ner irraninuniiier till ner life. She was 18 v.,,w of age and a memftr of the 'naptist diureh. She was buried at the HupM ee.ue-mtrry last Tuesday afternoon ut 3 o'clock. He.ide r. '1 1 ul Hi MsrW, nhlll ; .vfi THE INTERIOR JOURNAL. STANFORD. KENTUCKY. FRIDAY, AUGUST 18. 1911. n V BIG $1 JJJ $12.00 and $15.00 suits now CLOSING OUT 0L-ill-i J.TJUOS. CHERRY, Begins Monday Aug. 21, Ends Saturday Sep. 30, 11 Worth of goods will be sacrificed in this great sale. We have been in business in this town for more than 0 years and have sold our storehouse to give possession Oct. 1st, and we must vacate at that time. AH goods must be sold if they do have to be sold at a sacrifice and at your own price. Everything will be sold in this sale from a paper of needles to a suit of clothes. Our stock is complete in most all departments. First come first served. i CLOTHING. I rv TrastaTgzuvxaasRuqBgaiim 'lli'M .i,ih .1 iS&Li!!SmmritiKmr-xxiamr.mcvMjaivr- r Alms' and Young Mens' Suits nil Marked Down. '. WHITE GOODS, LAWNS AND INDIA LINENS. Knim ')) In 1V wr ail $7.85 $5.35 $3.65 Wens Sox from Mens' Shirts worth $1 now 50 cent shirts new 25 cent shirts now , . tri ...ml 1. Iw I i. 4 to Is Pair 79c $7.50 pntl $10.00 sui's now r hi 89 criitS jltr pair. ii.Hrl.fil ili. un fiMtitiK id I nliic, .iih m"h mill aoi.il clean Iri- -li i,.li,.,' (.r..i(lH Mnrtli from $I..iO to $.:) ht . .i Inn.- - itum- - through our stork iimr " Thin im ii.t, mi IicIhw iMKt. mo jokr tnkr-.YMi- s $5.00 suits now FEW MENS' OVERCOATS. , . . . , 39c 19c $7.50 to $10.00 values now Boys' Knct Suits Odd Pants for Men Knee Pants Mens' Hats $355 to $4.95 BIG STOCK OF STRAW MATTING. Kvir limit: ihikI Im -- uM, it w rnn'1 got our ,ini-i- , nv will r Tli i Mi timr wr :in wlliinc out ' iint Vr la'n'l tin fliwi c to iuip .ill niir priri. Inil niiii'mlnr we mil I vrt-i- i tn the Miirnnmui ro nm- in. It it mihi) a mr of t mi -. - nit' 50c and up Worth 25c vard now Worth 30c vd now . 19c yd 21c yd hi mvII i. mi. .... x. . .50c to $3.50 25c SHOES, ALL GRADES AND ALL LEATHERS. Mens' Heavy Brogan shoes Mens' ... 25c up i at $1.05 $2.39 $1.90 BEST GRADES OF CALICOES FROM 4 to 5c yd Ginghams. 15 cent values now 10 Cent Fin? Shoe's worth $3.50 now shoes now shoes now Vim ill mvr .strike the iiiiiitiinity nf huyiiij; vimtU ngiiiH at tlic prlrr vim run 'jtiy :l,ftn from in nnw. Our tirini m tliU :it. i.rr nput rush r proiltiur. N'o i'ooiN I'liarvi'i! to miiviiiu- - at priori ho nn -- oiling IImiii We inn- -t Iuim- - eoh ur oiiiivalant, ri'inimlirr ami h livit turret IioiHh- - at thi-ni- He 7c 5c $2.50 $2.00 Values Now Now $135 75c to $225 pr 90c to $1.35 6.30 A. M.. AUG. 21st AND CLOSES SEPT. 30tli AT 8 P. M. ViC Values ;. i-- Ladjes' Fine Shoes from Ladies' Hpavv Shoes from Good Brown Cotton 5c yd II you don't get some of these bargains don't say we didn't notify you M YOURS FOR BUSINESS, J. THOS. CHERRY, of the of- protcct his pri-oj n.l...... """ i"'m " . ' ",lu il Established 1872 mviouuy which nas noon rooiroiiini; General .Vsmhly. '" 8HELTON M. SAUFLEY,... Publisher ! Notwithstanding th Inttor light w"SC(l ovor tlle ,loI't 11 A YEAR STRICTLY IN ADVANCE which was . of the temperance plank, the wound up harmoniously and at the postoffice at Stan- l was tllc concensus of opinion ford as second class mall. . atnonjr the ilcloiratcs frmn nil over llic state lliat McCrrary mid the DEMOCRATIC TICKET. e ticket will win by an majority. For Governor James B. McCrcary. Get Ready For Cold Weather For l.teut. governor E. J. McDeimrtt Lincoln county's ten voti-- iu the eoMVention were cast in line with For Treasurer Thos. S. Ilhea. C. F. Crece- - the wishes of McCrcary throughout, Why not have your House heated For Secretary of bcinsr voted against the Wntterson with hot water? For Attorney Goneral James Garnttt. substitute for the county unit plank Ve hae in our employ one of the For State Superintendent of Schools of the platform. The delesatcs who best hot .water and steam fitters In . Uarksdale Hamlett. ettended from Lincoln were W. S. the state. CvTi3nSi0ner AIcultur-- J- W- - Ilureh, J. D. Swope, M. P. North Let us figure with you we guaranFor Clerk Court of Appeals U. U nn'1 Shelton Snufley. flic latter was tee our work. named ns the Eighth district's tnem- Greene. W. K. WARNER, r'or Kallroaid Commissioner W. F. her on the Credentials Committeu ,,r ,l.rt .....i.i..iffmi aiJ. . , It'iMmnn . ,,. . Stanford, Ky. " lilu uii . t;iii u rw vin;uii. Juumj vuariua A. Har- - of Hnrnidsburfr,twin nvu.'... itiiuuii re)resented the Sth din. on the UrKaniatiou coimmtteo wnue FOR REPRESENTATIVE J. A. Sullivan, of JIadisnn, went on William II. Shanks announces his itli Hesofutions committee and had . candidacy for Representative from prominent part in tho drafting of Lincoln county, subject to the action the platform. ot the Democratic party. : : Brodhead, Ky. REftL BARGAINS 0 st The lxi erior Journal. ps?SuT' r' ,'latio n- """"" MILD, GENTLE LAXATIVE FOR WOMEN GIVEN FREE So many of the Ills of trotnm aro due to h<ltnnl mntlnntlnn ml.fitilw t causo of their false modesty on the sub ject, mai tneir attention cannot be too strongly called to the Importance of keeping the bowels open. It is always Impor- uiu iu uo tnai, regaruiess or tne sex, hut It Is cspoclally Important In women. Trom the time the girl begins to mrn- -, struate until menstruation coases she has always vastly better prospects of coming through healthy If she watches her bowtl iiiuvciucnis. it you una yourself constipated, with bad breath, pimply complex-Ioheadaches, belching gas and other symptoms of Indigestion and constipation, take a small dose of Dr. Caldwell's Syrup Pepsin. It Is a woman's faiorlte laxative. Tou will And that you can do away with salts, strong cathartics, etc.. which n, are entirely unsulted to woman's rrqulre- Mrs. Kntherlne Haberstroh of McK Itocks. and Mrs. A. K. Herrlrk of Wheeler, Mich., who was almost am-- 1 '" I.. en-li- re I old-tim- s ' lyied In her stomach and bnnels, are nuw, cured by the use of this remedy. A freel rample bntlln can be obtained by addreu- - ' ins ur. v.aiuweii. anu alter you are convinced of Its merits buy It of your druR-giat ntty cents and one dollar a bottle. Ir. Caldwell does not feel that tho purchase of his remedy ends his obligation. He has specialised In stomach, liver and bowel diseases for over forty years and will be pleased to give the reader nnv ad vie on ih mhim r... pf charge. All are welcome to write him. Whether for the medical advice or the free sample address him Dr. W. II. Cildwpll 4n) rni,iufn hhiuinM ' Montlcello. Ill. ! ' We have about 50 Men's and Boy's Suits, light and medium weight. We want THE CASH FOR THEM AT THE NEW GEM THEATRE OPEN EVERY high class Moving pictures STANFORD, KY. NIGHT 2,000 Feet of New Pictures Every Night For Only 5 and 1 Oc Ht with tho cement, lime, etc., you Ret from us. Uememtier tiat all our build leg materials are mil en stronger than the ordinary and ypu can thereforo uso less thnn ordinary quantities. If mix them to get tho best results at Ihe least cost. Come in and ask us. A ALLEN, Stanford, Ky. DON'T BE TOO aENEROUS. J. We Want Produce iAND HANDLE LIVE AND DRESSED POULTRY, EfiGS, ICE, COAL, WOOL, HluE?, FURS. 6ALT. LIME, GINSENG, FEATHERS ETC. H.B. T K. 1 Mcoit. tlflfif. MtfV. i, An honest county unit extension THE ROCKCASTLE COUNTY FAIR ASSOCIATION. plunk wns adopted by the democrats I con-- 1 ol Kentucky at their platlorm T,)0 0wstIe Cmllty .,llir A(1 M'litum in louisvillo on Tuesday. At was onrauized by .Messrs. the snmo time the paity made n I,'. II, Ilaiiini, A. J. Unheard, A. K, niimjr declaration ot progressive AHirijcht and K. 13. I'rothcrob in 1 principles upon which it is hound to "!)"). The fair association lias (riven u successful e.xhibitiiiu each year for c,i to victory with its splendid Mule the sixteen years of ticket in November. A bitter Uyht and the prospects for n better vus made Jicfoiu the convention on than ever, are (rood. Thou-hathe liquor plank, former Governor been a paying dividend Dctkliaiu leading the ilciiiiunl for tho each M'ar. The fair jirouiuls arc i""vtion t the county unit esten- - located about half a mile from town A nice bion plunk while Kdifor Jlonry W'nt- - and a ro easily accessible. tirsou oiosed it. Tho oounty unit track with as pretty a natural paiK Aluindunt nihocutci won out by a vote of (i(!7 a one muriit wish Mo ainphillu'iiter beating loom iu the tc SI I. The candidates u tho statu ml with plenty of seats iu the t.fkct made a btatcmciit buforu the iuci'iil ico water and plcutv croe of shaib' cnincntioii ussemhlcd iu which they Tli ulwavs has officers (lint uiidiiimoucly asked such u on Ino trroiinils who keep nerfec' or plank be inserted in, the platform. dor. It would be haul to find a Anionic tho most importnnt of the, pleimuuter place to spend a tew das other pluukb iu tho platform are than at this popular lair tho in fuvor of klnle ai'l for rood !! IMPORTANT-NSTICEload; u clmuire in the present " the Itn.iril of I'limi lem of Those who have enteredI or wl'oj I iii i oiu n ,ind ihu i tijio ;1 ir I i pci ai !' I ml u. - lr. n want to enter horses and r"lfs I 1 1i' i1 i I ' Iiqi on catalogue srlGeteTbfr 7 Hit r i ,, i i c tilt t ip please liriwj prdlrrces ap'J r r f nn nnil cm Phnrlnu I iftoc nt r a ii vrt pi ir i"l pt ly not latrr than f "" IP' I nit. s ilct-hirt- Woman's Dr. Many women suffer needlessly Irom girlhood to womanhood and from motherhood lo old otfe with backache, sleep-letdizziness or headache. She becomes broken-down- , ncrous, irritable' and (eels (ircd (rom morning lo night. When pains crd cches rack the womanly t)klem at frequent intcrals, cik your urlikbor about Ills s, Pierce's Favorite Prescription Thin Proscription baa, for over UO years, been curlnU delicate, weak, ialnwrackctl women, by tho liundrcila ot tliom.inda and this too In the privacy ot their homes without their liaV' Ini to submit to Indcljcate quertlonlrtia and offensively repugnant cxatnluatlo.ia. . 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 $5 the suit ooooooooocoooooooooooooooooooooooooo aM i. Sick women are Invited to consult in confluence by letter frtt. AddrcM World's I upcnsaryficdical As. 'ii, . Y .'K'ct M. I)., I'rrs't, il.jia''j 1)k. 1'ibkc .'a (Jar-hMiM Ck ou J i.k. 'I 'ie IVi .t . (' .11.1 m McJicul Adisrr, newly rsiscd edit un- - ,C ' jia, . . tnijners 1.1 Plain Enfllih hcsfi ( f dslicnieiiiiestmns wii. Ii nomun flo or inurrieJ, ought lo know about. Sent ftrt 10 tai Jdr. s on receipt of 31 one-restamps to cocr cot.t of wrippmi! rnl . ,tfy, in l'rciich clolh binding. :i(s crr 3tH 113 VR A;-.,c,v y, Notice! Poultry Raisers 4-11- -44 . ' l! The Cheapest Everyday Clothes You Ever Saw. &'BNUar3ISBUE.BBeHMIIIB.HaiHaBHIIfB I i. i Cholera, Gapes, Limberneck, Roup, CarlieiVai r--' 'I 'c orrhesa and all Disc 3 i'rr IP. t ,t H. Jo McRoberts. vmu iwJIH- - w r Jbu. B wn-purns- j'-.S'- lf ..(g. sBdCL'srrt cdiy . " ..g.QJaPJa, tamord. Kentucky. HWESPWkwsWH 4MWHnVw""9WwP'9"fcVf4r'V IBWi 'ft yw ijlMWffi'iiii 4 . I THE INTERIOR JOURNAL. STANfORD, KENTUCKY. FRIDAY. AUGUST 18. 191 1. 1 Remember 5& TleTe Wf fie Two Other Reels Besides the SPECIAL. At The READ YOURBIBl,ESO YOU CAN ENJOY Heraclisjs5 OUK SPECIAL SATURDAY NIGHT I The Date SATURDAY Night Aug. 1 9. Our Aim is to Give the Public the best and Latest Pictures out. ' Stanford Opera House. V Usual Admission NOTES 10c b PERSONAL anil SOCIAL llnr iiiiinv frieiiil" are ti dow ee .Mim ICnt lftiklit.l if "till NVwln.nl out jijinin. revt-r- . Wtillrr '.M. Spnommnrtr i .... i i?...u.j.i. " i ..f Willi .MI. la MVtnini Lancaster, 'it MUurduy unit !?wn i'(iv with tin home Inlfe. ,. .MP. witli inlinHl t n ,Ms Lneindn Ht I.iiI'" 1m iting Mi i tin II. Hilda. .MIp I'nris for revornl 'Kuth Waller, of iu"t of Iht 'i-t'- T, Li.culle, Mr. T. NH"l.vill,-- . dy. boon vis- Kmil D'mlion of Millcdgoville, wn Will MrCurl), ilr., returned thi (o rclii- - Iliu gui-K- t of Tlmmim Alfwd. wick Irmii it inonili's luen in fiiiemwiti. lie whs H.com- - -- John Dye mid wife are rejnicim; immpi! homo liy Walter Kalh, who liAer tin- nrrivil of u little dnusjii- will imiki- liini n short msiI. 'tor, I.Vc'jn Worn! ! Alilmljtc, Mi" Duraut. ; I'iii SHORT LOCALS. hit piirmi. .ur. h '"".Mil. visum Al.liitlee. Site win mill II. II. m t'omjui tiit-- liv .Mini. Ilntlic Durham who will wit (liirtiinl county rel- We Iimxt n bujer lor n rtmn ot about lit. nor. well improved hm. tiX'H. oh Andcrwiiii visit - ,,, pike. It ou h.ir n.,,,1,.... i. noil Mis Kntliprine i. ,. I .HUH. lll II IHUl U. IIMHIM'-- ' "' .l l..xiim .iml Rll JPJff sinnfor.1. tlif llliif OriiBrt fair ImhI wc.ik. . . . 'Mr.. .1. II. VmiU. ..f llii iiiinlv ifii 1 r Nile liir-it- One ol . I.ihmi i BRODHEAD '"- .n. 'h- -J ,diji. n. I. For piirtiriil.ir, u.l .inionm, nniniiirn. i. tn.-.- e tinwell will lonre .Shii.Iiij Montreal, Canada wiicro lio will - Ur. John Conk, kn-nn- . TeturiHiirinii, foi .1 .nurse ,' h ' in ilic volenti" ry ' "i"',: ,',,"1H,' (..i.L- - Tl.hl, dnminiT IMiia wl... at r Kov.ll. ot Im.j. -- llrl nib iMjn.linr tl.e ,.xllil(i,ors fr folr fw ,;.,,., I,.. I,.rrvh. s jt.m f,,.,, ;,,.. .,,I1II1H1I.. .,1 P'vH ""I1('- . .... i'ir - i. IW. J. hdmiHlon. " ' . "mn" K.-- ' f";." T ' "c" '' "' I...-- I. Albert llfllin and wife, of Motrin, Intl., are vinitinjr her father, George Urown nenr Freedom chiirch. .Mrp. Williaia l.eeee and little son, Andrew, vWto.l Mi. A. l'.wdtictnti nl I.iviii'.'stoii. .Mr. un.l Mrs. Sia l.isj.. of Ch.iii- - mm us pniip, 0. A. III., nievisiiir.t Mr. and Mr-.- . Crab Uri'liiiul C.ml "7 Imrn- - wi- - iii'i in i'i .vI -- mi iifiiitt' ' nv.-,,,.,.- . Mr,, ba.l.e i H. t i'. U.IIHiril . 1,..,, lmc l cxi'lil-iv- c rr ilr, i "'";I. , ...i w.... 1.....1 llllll liunillllll. jer,.,.r Anij fjnrrlir,i ,.i,ti(.s. . ... , ... t , i.v n I...MI.. iliuk Farmer, tho opulHi juiler of Lincoln, alteii.hil the fair hrre :t. villi his wife Wednesday. ., )if, ,.,, (u Mr.A. X. Ilentley, who is n w for representntive from this f n....i....lii.., t mi- county and Laurel, whs liero ... icm. mlior Mii.N lit -. Ilnytss nenr Mum Sulphur. Mr. C. C. Met. jure. ..f I'aint l.l.-k- . H visiting .leff llohnnn mtir Iln.d-hea.- l. j v i. i. ,. We have just received a nice line of Curtain Goods in White and Bcr a and also Drapery in all colors. Prices From 10c to 25c per Yard. riin-(lidu- I ',- I I , 4 0 perience of four years aj;o should Mrs. Alollo I'Hill-e-tt ih lil. Veterinarian bo that this to water Mom.". who has bc. Mrs. Ike Fnrett Ji'mv .M.'.vic.i, who hue ben ill of ty sick fur s'nliin lime is in. beller n' Ur. .1. I. .Morris .mined it lll. Is the wise course to pursue nnd the Former Director Animal Industry Philippine Islands. Iiojk's pin. ul ami benrt I rouble, mi. I .i.ui-e- .i ((lU writi,v, we are winy to slat- -, away team, with a wn-- ou attached W. L. & I. Company thcmj-elvc- s that its Inarian United Stutes Army patrons will govern ay by her o'octor, has come to Ken- V(nr crresiondent with othoM which ean.o afiernoon Office LOGAN'S1 STABLE, Phone 432, fi42 tiieky in hope" ot benefiting her i,leH"i.iit dn Satui.lav .it 'at a dangerous rate ot nced. A Agent American Hog Cholera Serum. Health, is vn.itum her brother. Win. t)l (niI) OieUird Springs. J bievele hud c.iiistd the team n. nin. DANVILLE. KY. Turnersville Lav at For sale or Kent One nice sjx. A InrRc number were preent t The yeiitleiuen who were tmoivn tr.nn II. M. Scott, of OWIifii vi.ite.l the lawn fete Kit a nt the residence .'he wagon, sustaiue.i -- oiiu' hj:lil room residence on Loan r.vemii. 1'. MASONS' MEETING. Mr? It. L. Hniiios nt I'nri. (i. Warner." 032 Lincoln UHlKeNo.ro K. A A. M. 111 meet ot James live on Frit a v oroiimt; ut i onuses uml ..Us Iml were .so.1,1 " In stilted communication on tach first nnd II. C. Anderson and sons motored in honor of the Mis. Kiuts, oi tended bv the tloctor -- o tliev loui.J third Mondny nlphti clei.clt month, 7:0 Last Notice: 5 per cent penalty o'clock in their ball on tiniln street-1- , ntWilli, over to Lcvinxtoii hiht week and Newport. All report a nice tune. eiiinc on lo loitn. The meiuh cd ai .Meml'r of tltt r added to. school tax August tilth '11 ford, Ky. Invited to le prekent.lotlees are frn. in the fair. took iiiie-buritcmiilly T. V. Jiur.es Griffin sns he went Tisii-iiiIK! 2t. Hoc. L. K. Indies. Trens W. W. Ilrtvs and Hubert Carpenter Saturday inorniinr before the motored to Lexington last week nnd ruin un.l eaulil a li-- h which .mens, JOHN COOK at Presbyterian I'leireh Servie Many a Suffering Woman Veterinary Surgeon and dentist. bnw the fair. This Sunday inortiiiif?: siihjct t i "The ilrnjrs liltil 18 inches in leliuth. Specialist on ail horse and animal herself jiainfnlly through her W. S. Fish letimic.l from a two n'cins a little htraiiKe hii.ee the Clock Short Uetl nnd the Xairow Cover." daily tasks, .sutreriiifj from buekacho, disease. Stanford, Ky. Phone 194 weeks trip to Texas for the Texas Mils perfectly Isn. 23:20. di. headache, nervousness, los.s of appeW. W. BURGIN Land & Development Company. He It. L HoL'iie, Charles Allord ati.l Methodist tite and Cnion servicu at the DENTIST. pojT hleep, not knowing lier thinks there ih a peat latuie before ()lJl,IS wi .tlli, (,u, j,,,,,,; As. clmrvh intht! evening; subject "God ilih are due to kidney and bladder Office, at Reslde-irthai uioitl count. . Aiuonjr those M.ntion , V,.v )U (his week liejoieinjr.'' t limbics, Foley's Kidney Fills jrive CRAB ORCHARD. " irom this section who went out at MitN Mllr(r.lri.t' Imlten rolurnod nml a prompt return to health nnd tho s.une limn were Messrs. Altlndj-DR. T. W. PENNINGTON Umw Slmlliv nfLT,,,,,,,, fU.r hpond iinday ijuick relief front pain nnd misery l'reiiehin at Mt. Noma Dunn and Jim hlf, M.Vl,ral ,'liys ,vitll rt.alive, near nt :t 1'. M. I.'ev. .1. It. .lou-- s Hughes, Itrown. Dentist siont;tli. Xo woman who so suffers Hours 8:30-1- A.M. and 1 In 'tn P M t llou-- c, of Gnrraril and Mr. Owens, jI(uri (,., euii a f loi.l to ovcilnok Foley's Kid-i.e- y office Myers House il Stanford Kv '. f near I'roacherhville. Jilmmi( of Harro.ls- Mi, Mr. Aui'i!.'. Y.urUwi. wu. lives Fillh. or sale by Shujjarsi & Tan WILL ADAMS llaii.Uonieh I'lisnived annoiiii w,,s the truest o'f Mis, Ada Mil- - near Turnersville, was I'irowii by i. ner, Stanford. bm. Livery; all kinds of hauling, Fur iiionts have boon received here nail- - (,u, 1(it cek. horse and setiouslv iuj'in.l. niture pacmng. ! jilt' lis follows: ! o ... nillibin.l nml eliiblreii S'anford, Ky. Phono 173 William Mr. anil Mrs. Casper HAIL For 11.50 per acre I will In tpent a week with her parents Mr. J. I). Stcenbergen, Bells, builds, inarriiiL-of their and Mrs. Jus. Gouoh of sure your tbacco against lost or nnnixince the .v.iur oily. and ndjusts scales at rock thiiiKhtor, ' damage by hall. You should have It. 2 . Misses Carvjine ami l.ula Uus bottom Price. See hint fur nrlona you buy. Address Stanford, II Hiso Agent. Phone 168 befovo... . R. M. Newland, leturneil to their hoim nt Xewpoit . O r. It . io. J. lUv-- t to Sunday after a delightful vmi of Good Hoconil hnntl bUKRleg for fate Jlr. James Cilciiian Wtft DR. VV. N. CRAIG, two weeks with iriends here. Thuisilay, uuiist tenth OculUt and Optician ' Mrs. Uohert Mjers apd Utile nt bargains. 1'cnco Uros. Onion ovor II. J. .Mcltoberts' Store. llinrtei'ii hiindrid ami fit en dnuditer, Evelyn, of .Moielnu.l nnd Stcnford, Ky. Mt eru.ni. Iv. Mi!s Annio Dishou' of Crab Oreh-nr- d wer.i visiting rtdai'VOfc here Lift v. eck. No. l houtn, lllMr. m. No, 2t, HoUtL. Hlll.'l A M " -Mrs W. T. Flanagan after a two Uf1 UNDERTAKER AND EMBALMER No.SI, s'ortui:i A, m. v.. . Nnrti.S:lti p m utonlhs stay willi her pnreiils at , lAiil-'OltliICY NU., lOlJVA.M.. (his pluei!, will icluni to her No.Si.Jiwe. Iflr.. I'Ui.n !' Home ri.oiiM in Junction tliU week. JOS. 8. RICE, Auont. and oilier ill, due to an inactivo cond Fverutt Griffin and wife of KALL AND WINTER STYLES. E lion of the Liver, Stomach and Dowel. 3 nml llt'iiJHiuin lliitttx of Juut FRUIT AND SHADE TREES may be obtained moil pleaunuy and My new fall and wintvr ciuiipics tverythlng (or Orchard Lawn t on Cil.v h)tint Siilunlay aud Suniluy mott promptly by uiinj Syrup of Fiji j at .las. (IiiffinV. tie uow rcil) f. ; uui iiuji. cll.n and Garden. Tlieyicoiuprisc tlie bust on tile mitrKei v rlto for Free Catalogue. No. Agents Gi'oijto lliisso. and Eliiir of Senna. It U not a new 4 i of Ciiitiiiiii'ti is win suit aii.Mine as to prlco who iidd i H. F. HILLENMEYER &. SONS. i ... villi his parents for a tow dajs. and untried remedy, but U u.ed by A suli Ills clothes mail,, t. oritur. jjin ik.J& -MPW ,TLindsay Suu.leix after a two i.V "VI made to )our iiieunii.e :s prelerublt E million, of families through- - ' W. S. Drye & Co. to re'd) mailo clotliuH. To have them wpok'8 vacation With Ullntives UvM DETSY'S POINTERS: out Ihe wotld lo deanso and sweeten! iloesn t cimO nil) il.tile lo "Molly ami I UKreo tlial rountor-fli- t more tl.nu iiions.ire iniuJo when qualUy UNDERTAKERS rctnrneti to lutlianupolii SiiiiiIhv. , whenever a and EMgALMERB ready and strengthen tho tyttem money .Miris Ida Tliomsjs.'of WifiiHiie i and subntltuie rk.1 unit (It Is considered. Cora0 tu nnd Hustonville, Ky. laxative remedy it needed. The let me take your measure the expected yuuit of Mika Itulli AI ooino from tlio Bauio parunU. Telephone In Office When buying note the full nsmej coin and the gcoiln may very iliwoly H. 0. RUPLEY, Th I'racllral Tailor ford. sew rW Matched nuts In of the Company California Fig Syrup i V. A Trtttiiit Joseph Moft'el hpeiit Monday nt W rotomblo tlio Rtnulne but beblntl them drueroL lace i'tirt4ln Co., printed on every packaco of lh3 M 1 Vie. Is neither lioimr or tii.nt ti v Muri.hv's genuine. uiiiv i! will llnd no il iv MACCAQEES. C a" i' Regular price 50' per hot one tize only, 3 t I .. Wear til poaltlo" tnttna.l 'mis vof con - if. Ki'irilne of Biantl.'M n .'i I Sifi. . I we crew r 'i no tl For tale by all leading drucgut. i . i.' (' tt n I i v I.. I Deputy Stata Comma'dtr t Wtl M 4 I ft ft' U'l I iii r " it . i - trSUMTV I Now tilt t' I v H'td a If f It mi '.. t anc'i-- Ky, ' I c - fr t ha' e I Jrkaird nmUrisl t From r nnJ Water I'oo'cr, i' rrs I u te l iv yr' r i it STANFORD TC.HT N3 f. Biers' ' ., tUcci V C' t'l I ' iJo-d: Nignt Meets 4th COFFEY & COLEMAN, In o- M.ijtitloy of (ji'iurt 'V ry Catron and family. Mr. IMt.e Pve, ot !). tii-eEx-Vete- rnlon-Sund- .. IJim Slimn)cr ,s ovor. i .niiiiiiiio i with .Mr. AIiiisk'm1 . .Mar- w. S. F h reprotentt on y tie net lms no nncnor. For mm by nl 1t:i! who lms com-hacaft.T n t . in . . ... ann. KTrnnna-m- r iniurinLri nu m iim ii i . nut isit to tin Iioiim- - folkx, lijH, Mij.s MnrjiBrrl llil.l., Mr. mi.l L- -t hm 34 tf yU(J pr01est,,. Miss lli'lcn Thiirmond. of "IIuit Woner, Mises Mniv Dn.l- Hooks for your state and county of Mr-- . .1. K. t'.iin-mii- .icrar, Mnrv Oooch, hli.ahcth Ma- - . Cnvc ! tin siii-.. "1 if IVieiili Miites are now ready. I'lenie call IVrflrnvi' . .. u m u. l tluny, renrl mill (ir.ice hicliN, hum uuniiuiii.tUMvrr.H . L. McCarty, sheriu. un.l settle. I ft tt mai Mr. M. II. Ounn and Mi"s- Klia-hol- h iitlienyan.t i I., ueynol.ls ixmnj )rn.i-u- ui.ira lu k nil.... aw-- r lit. .1. pnuwiiHi .t kimi m Wntts, of Loiiitvillc, nr.r.llil .Miss l.tliel hee, Lceil .leuell lam .hi, n.i m it...ni. ir.M...(ui it imur.tu Do not allow jour kidney and ot Mis-i- 's Mattic mid Keltic Pintmi. riiiu .mis aura iiiiniiic, .lames ur- - ,,,.. iir ,,j .iriurt riftiiurr.urri o...iiui.ii nim,i hladder trouhle to develop lieyon.t .MisnrK Ji'iiitrtto l'hcliw mid l.n.'llr nri.; ir iht Jin. I Mi-- Mary I'liilliw, 0iii lli.it rlrrii f .".in. k the un)' ( orttllutliirtalJ trutr tt the reach of medicine. Tak Foley 11 .nlo Ihhi. Vnlton, of Itinlnniiii.l, am Ktiol ..( P.iowii. T. A. Kice, Com .MotT, ). D. thr inarnrl. it H U.rn Ipl.ipftiy l tfti l.pir. Kidney Fills. They .'.lick 1l hH .Hrrrl.y xm Oir 3rIM w 1arMi.ii.ill. onr, urn Mix Itossio Hill. .rut murii. Mirlafr o( lit.1 rrf .1 Th hn.N and tons Carter and Caili-.!- . and .stop ii regularities with u r It full lo rur Buinlrnt ilrn wr and lit! If I'.a.ls TrrtVlo'' Mr. Jr tat tmiT n.l 1llli4l tA. promptness--, or sale by o.. rir4u. utkx i i t nr.si:i ami dniidhtcr, of I'ann, inr vinint li.T r. Hon) l.v llfjW, W. ('. Voi'iiin, who is employed hy & Tanner, Stanford. Shuars ...' " llni' nar.'iit. Mr. mid Mr. W. I'. White ho C. H. wit ill town Mondny mid T14 nmr I'rriii'h.'iNvillf. Mihseribt'd for the I. J. Ksiray Sorrti hor.se; white eoi- Ilishlioiil, Lost, htrnjed or stolen- - WllitO ,1,,,.i . r. ,.,. J. T. (iritlin. oi ,,f,.i u i Mr. .1. (' Kerr went Jo the l.eins- i4i ii iiititnf i' ti in " 1'iia tucker li and ion mi r Mi.d '' ',- - "l"1"" n'"1 r,'1 ll,,4'k' Mnlinn, l.aiiL'aster, Ivy. ii"i.i .Clip Tils pim-ntcumlit mi nl fio-r- i. tnrilo in Hnck a loth eftrs eropped; tm.lerliit in one V.TM.ilh'si. Win. Iiniljjnif. of (iti.iiici:ii r- anh.iok, of Sniu.-- i set, nr; knot on side of neck. Kewnr.l Mr. A. II. TO WATER USERS . lay from Ciiieinimti tiiriie.1 hist M , ui,h jjs filMll Mr tI v,' fur return or lnfi.riiiatioii In .1. S -, II. I). 1. Crab Orchard. Kin(IfJp to altend 111" ounn! , liere he Itiloiiille. The Stanford Water, Liiiht and . of his nephew, Loeiimd Stleek, who requests of city killed in a bakeiy oy hu farm, J' -For Sale. Small PLEASANT POINT. ceonouiieal us possi- to he . ennuhl in the muelim.w. .Viensml Kerone welcomed the ifmiil prade land, new im- - vnter1.. ..... .thm . ... . a wlw h tell on Siitunliiv i.fleriio.m. hich " .in jenrx oi as" and 'J " wii , I''- i nu u Dargain. i ucro is ai present no uiiner oi a will' nnd two smihIi i hil.lien. Mr... Thomas Alfor.I i Verv inn. Ii Fruveiiienw the snnph, MUses Frank Cutr.m and N'enl iinpniiil nfler an attack of u Apply once to R. M. sliortnsre l.i not to waste ifit.ngoi wilf The exlie careful Fiirmt. ot Mt. Vtirii.Ht, viite. Hen- .' loiiihPiiiiiH uiir, .iir. .1. ... niiuii .,. "" nna son, i.,,.,..,, iuwnni, .mibs .iPiil.. IVt.n p nn.l Mr. A I' hi U 1 ln-r- ,e ....". i M. SiiHiwin, of Williniiihuit;. is visitiny Mr. and Mrs.OV. T. J. m kp I - )! ht ... m hih-M- s 1 l.i, II C iio ulls Brooks. x Handsome Miss IMn Itoberts. of ... 1. T..1.t.1 r .t. if iiiiuuii, mi., ner luroincr, nay, at r, tended the fair nnd visited her Mrs. W. W. Wnllen. Mr. E. H. Thompson, of Mt. Vernon, who is n candidate for representative from this district, was in the crowd nt the fair shnkuip hand"! end making lots of friends. He is a staunch rouihlienn and has a j:oo.l chance to win. Ms-te- HUGHES, MARTIN & CO. Stanford, Ory Goods. Notions, Shoes Hy, A Success 1 ii.. -- li (li-- -d s ,,w ,.l ,. Moving pictures at opera houc every nisht. PROFESSIONAL AND BUSINESS CARDS THE NEW PEORIA vie ,..., I B. D. CARTER '"l"'"y rs LIVERY AND FEED STABLE STANFORD, KY !. i. i.. I'"" i.. ",,sa inr' at iNewland, Stanford. HenryL. Casey, D. V. S. Opener followed by a shoe enables you to deposit grain in the furrow at a uniform depth. The drills have proven a success and we recommend them. Call and get circulars and become posted. We sold last year several New Peoria Grain Drills to be thoroughly tested in every way. The new Disc Furrow ,, W. H. Higgins. Stanford, Ky. You Cannot 111 r. 1 Change That But You Can r Change Your Clothes e 2 , ,.;,. c J. C. McClary ON AUGUST 16th & 17th WE I CS-t- f i sr?ut ttjfr'i L&N. TIMETABLE 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-UP. hom-Lebiu- ou AND 1'n-l.itl- .i -- ' P &.: -v j r3T THERE WILL BE NO GUESS WORK AS TO HOW YOUR SUIT WILL LOOK WHEN IT IS MADE. OUR, TAPE LINE IS READY FOR YOU. i nM-m- . 1 .1 im-m- q ', t st.. H, &. , lit -- . i !iii.-.titii- CONCRETING 1 .e-1 SU-4- - tt i Cummins & Wearen, PHILLIPS BROS., - ny -- Stanford, Kentuckv. " . - , L THE INTERIOR JOURNAL,. STAHFORD. BAPTIST To Convene KErTTUCKV. ASSOCIATION FRIDAY, AUGUST 18, lill. Low Cuts GREAT REDUCTION - SUMMER CL0THI1 - At -- THE FARMERS For Sale. Uo nl .Northern sci.1 rye. See or 'phone me Silas Ate.fr. orclitt (! li. i'. I'lnii '. 1. M- -i J "nsfHu: n ' i' 0" For Sale. A good Shorthorn hull. trill nell cheap if DanInkcn nl once. A. M, .. ville, Ky.. ,loe Chancellor uold n nice horse mule coll to Tom Penee for $VJ&. Snlc Vending Sonlhdown buck- -; Henry AleKiiiney -- tnek. It, CI, ITOip (Inter, llHtunrillc. ,1. S. I l4l I it lot of iiirti to It. 1). Holt-clam iSI." iV Herritti -- hipped lour cnr of mixed liny lo Hinkuii nt Atlanta nt flft jier ton I o It I'ruli ld C2-'Jw iRODHEAD'S PROGRESS. (Continued from first page.) fiirt thai theic me no colored folk it. the town, nor in the iiuuicdiul-lo inhly those In ins nt Crnh Mil or .Ml. Vernon hciiit the clo-cPiemherH of the colored mre, Hnnl head mid l.ivitijrulon the only liMi of any Hire hetweeti Louisville and Knnwille, hut what aro well represented with the eoloted race. Thetelieter hit- - heeu any liiitdmit mnt ,.f llnwe who com here, hut n. there are noie who have heie, thoe pnnfinft hy or on ImfiMCKn i'o not Iniry lanjt hey do not like the town. A Hustling Little Town. Iinnlltail w sitimted V2'i i Miles tVnm lonifille on llir Knox rill dl mioH, fmm tvhleh littler plneu it is ) O-r- li. ioi-ihwfle I Here With Local Con grcgntion Next Week A. ED. ALBRIGrtT Dealer In - At A - The. HiiptiHt nre making prepnrn-lioifor the meet mi of the Ahnocm lion which wifl he held here next week, Aucu-- t '.'it and li.l. Pinner will Ik "cncd both it to the tiitimr ilolegme. in the io-iimin on thr lorner funnel It occupied hy l.niid lluphnnitii. About 1(1(1 or .111) tailors- nre expected lo he present nt I In iiu"tl8s which wilt he hM in the l!ptit church. PUBLIC General Merchandiise . BR0DHEAD, KENTUCKY. Star Shoes, Old Kentucky Overalls, School Books and Milwaukee Mowers, Binders ami Rakes A Wc arc also agents for and dealers in Brown's 5 t SALE! SHARE OF YOUR PATRONAGE SOLICITED. COST V SAM ROBINSON Stanford, Ky. SEE ME At Once and Get My Prices on MASON'S FRUIT JARS L.L. uwm Quart tin cans, ri 30 cts per doz ""; or prone Crab Orchard, at aatreasonahleKyprice McKeehnie "" '"f, Hubble, James n-- I 'II !lt pnhlic oulcry my will furwi of .Y0 tun-- . liH'iitcd on and Mi Idlchtirir pike. 'I ttrihs Wilson Kin; sold 3 yetirtinjr enUle flotl) llustontil'c. Wilier kliowi Hell pi iee on the lo (jeoiur I). Itm)ne for .foil. Tuesday, Sept. 5th 1911. J. M. Craig bought n bunch of This i un ideal fniiii. letol nd hogs of Hurtey Jones nt prodiieliM; .1.1 acre in meadow; Go in Kockenstle. nhoiit fill ncrei in hlue frrnM-t- : plenty .1. ('. Iluyes.sold m,1 I 'J Imml of firewood nun poi tiniher. xhor.sc .mule to it. 1). lloll7i'lav for dwellint: houe a nivv four $115.1 (room tennnt hoiie. hum. crih and For Sale or trade foi live Mock, 7S jMliihten, It hen Iioiim'- -. ecr. lasting acres on county rouil. W. II. Alucl-i- - Uprinc n:d slime pnn''ho.ie, plen I..- i....Ci.-.i c.'i.ir I i.v oi siock wnier. line oicmiru, .m ...,-,- i. UIUIIIUKI, , I. well fen hOT Sale. 'JOt) bushels of Winter hearing tree-At the Mime time I wili di.piMe of oats, d0 eents per bushel. P. Sclim. the folh.wini: live stock: 1 ler, Ottenheiin, Kj. year old mare mule. . liinn Kxtru clean unit nice pure winter year-oi- .i sicers - i:oo. i.iiik t n ttit1t-nt turf iuil for hPt'fK "nUv S t."''.poui,d co.w-Lincoln National Bank. 'J00 himhcls . ... -.. I liPiinil milieu oooli icilli int.i.l IIIIoil .. Jor sale. J M. Kevnnlits. Wavnivs " " ". l t''ri"f;lilrc.l I'olnm. ( linn hour. bur).'. l -- """ '""" ""'""' ' "ul Per.vv- - '""" .I0 pood ewes for Mile. t hlnel:- house A: Sons, Huston .lie, Kv plioiie l,M,,.,,1,, l f""l.v urroy. I '"ith tool all. kind- - ot farm.iu in,-- I C4-- tt 82. " K" "'" ",r- Parties wnnline irood see.l wheat U' nn.l hn.odcr, "U"re' 1 llow write JtO-poii-i- IV! mile. It i a live hul e Utile eily of about 700 eilitetM, who nre ttniiMiiill iudiistrion and uie fiunlly projrei five with nn other town ot like size in the ntnte. The town ii lo ',mtt,,i ; tu. w,.,l ,.mim ,,nrt f Jtlio country. The vilue of its nt lint wnlc-n-wak- CITIZENS BANK, BR0DHEAD, KENTUCKY. 'i.i., ,.r.,...,i,. i"i "l'n llj ,il'ini' jty las la.-roo- iu ,,, ;., - i.... wii'ini. H iiiriii f toiiiniii ti... Krv,. direct: uml .i-t !.. -:- fitt-d- p. ?S(-- i' "' 01-8- p. .."""" ho. " concrete piivcmentH, cu,i contemplates further impiove- - J. TIdS. eUEHRYV Pte.dd.tnt. ti ,M0ts. T ,,. or ne i.ii indiiHirii-- t nre. It. II. IIAAI.M. Me President. 'toller, mn- - mid pluninj;. mill. The A. Al. Ill ATT, ,.,.,',.,! i,1,,stries aie u tile faeloiy f,,,.,,, and u ereainerv A W.K. (Iriueley, 21 Mce President, ;,ri,.k plant i aNo erv hadlv ti'ee.l p.thehin.l (leneva iltou of Stnnlnnl. eJ. . I a n ne eiiv uiier win sim'wI ur- ,leements for ihe location of new in We solicit your business and wi I skew yen rrtry ctortesy possible; !utries, nmon- - which the exemption guarantee you prompt service and will pay yov 3 per cent on any ,,,, Jor five ywini clt. mJiy l)p home Ci-hicr. . -- '"" '; TH. ,!!. ' otieim Hank, -- 0 acres Fancy The quality ent Flour made from the new wheat crop, will please you If you are not already using it, order a sack from your grocer. On sale at all grocery stores. of our No. 1 Pat- Fk - ojjr -:- - i J. H. Baughman & Co. STANFORD.KENTUCKY. CLEAN UP SALE OF OXFORDS ! t IS We have cut the price on every OXFORD in the House. MEN'S WOMEN' AND M W. E. Perkins, CRAB ORCHARD, KENTUCKY. m.' MONUMENTS OUR DUTY to our departed ones is plain. We should erect an appropriate MEMORIAL over their final resting 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. I homo hu for uo ice, 'Caidence, cud place yoiirbcli'iu n position to get the lutent market quotation t any time. Thia can lo acouiipliMietl hy means of out te'ephouo service which you and your neiKhlxire can get for a sum that is email compared with Ihe 'uenenU received, ('all or uddresa our nearest office or write direct to loadquarteri, NaBhville, Tenn., for information regarding our 8jccial "Fu. iner' Lino" rate. . If you are imt at preHeut enjoying telephone service, we can immediately interest you. Our linen cover the States oi Kentucky, Teonetee, Misniwippi, Louisiana and tie Southern portion of Indian and EAST TENNESSEE TEL. & TEL. OO. miaok. Ml., i - V4VV'WV'ri4 "WW" ."VRURALyour IFLEFHONEzi. a Make modern your family MR. FARMER: 142 N. Proadway, - Wm. Adams & -- Son- - Lexington, Ky. - ..,.JL.M., a..,,,..,, tlHOOMrOBATKIX .1 The ever increasniir lmsi-tif- s of this inilar haukin: and the confidence and cstct u iu which It Is held b tin depositors is daily .shown ly the vast amount (f almost constant. ilnm-it- s. iti-s- T i ' '. witli ukiuuu ice tellers wiutlow. th pleasant courteyetenled the Msitor r nul the eA'd lent rccoid made by the institution ri the put, it i no wonder toe linn - sin'c-sf- nl in ewrythmi'. When tf. S. M ii rt in ha- - moed his tohn your pliyMclan ha pre scribed a medicine lor you lo in factory hack to this plaoe nftci take, the next important step t t li'iiniiiL- - IS year- - at Junction l'il have that prescription placed la tho His tnetory had beiii iu openitioii hnndi of a thoroughly rclinblonnd competent !ierc for l(i yeur h'tore piin; ti p'i4rm:icist s it will lo compounded ex.iitly an Junction City. He firt iiitr"iii''id ibrcctrd. We lme Rained nn enviable reputation his "llrodheud "H'.miiiiIIv (or always Iwini; very careful nnd painstaking in known us I'licndslup 'IVirt s(iii.. .ill our compounding and feel that, In nil jiutlec to your .wn good henlUi.you should bring your next prescrip.cars ao. The factory here will tion hot. Here, too, you will find a, complete and U in L'ood ninuinv order when tin display of toilet article), rubber good, soaps, I'St t the oultil im iimved. perfume J, toilet preparations anil all stand. ird remedies. There are nine -- tore- in llrodheud. For interior decorating we carry and recommend each !iuiii'-- !i ijood trade. One drii'; ALAHASTINK, lha beautiful wall coatinf. C all iore. und see samplesof tints nnd ink us about it. i. i no-- ,, merry nun tiro. l?cn one Win. Hntrht hoiiht a horc mule ot Itioithead's CINCINNATI loaiimic merchaiils MARKETS PENNY'S DRUG STORE. if T. . "irent at 77 ."0. 'lot the hi- -t 23 at. ha .old hi Mild a con mid en if Scott ilios., In ) department slorohoiiH. to t'ic Stnnford, Kentucky to It. C. Arnold for j.'iO. Cincinnati. Aug. I,,,.,,, )(t . At.dc..!. & S..n. IW Tilford Alexander bought 2 four-ye- cetpts market pnet; K"od in to be ivcn Oelober A old hor-- e mules from J. II. Hil- M.a.iy in -- iron-; me.lium ami com- , IMt Mig '2 ton for SI00; from Kinuuiid ii.oti dull mid lower; steers (.olltitlll,. ti, ,ile (.,,f,rt. Pourne ai &U!i; alio 2 2from Jo- -. li..)!: lienors cows ?!.- - ; -- KICK III !OOIs louiiil III n .'cucrnl 5(3 Aldridge for .2S.") talM's Alaiket steady to stole will be disposed of. Jofti'ii. I). O. I.ewi- - sold 12 fat d Hogs -- Heccipts htrnnir $'lfS)7..r.O. .Mr. Chcrrv is a nalie of Pendle-in- u hoj-- s 3..'(20; market stcailv to stroii! at to It. I). IIoltKelaw nt 7c BRING ME YOUR PRODUCE coiiutv. eoiniii'' in It'ocLi-n-- t ti tied in e pnekers $7.7j7.S3 stags jf; Venw i and tenehiiiL in I lie ija.rilHo-.V'UFARM FOR SALE! colilllioil sows ?4..lli. ,,,,1,1;,. .,. ICSS lie iMiirrie.l Is. I I am back in business at our old uml lights C.'O; jjheep Aliss Su-ic Woo.lvard the .lauirhl.' stand on Somerset street, next door ! Receipts 1,710; tnnrket slow, l(l(n j(r. .1. K. Wood'ynnl. We will so at public auction In EM- AND UNDERTAKCRS lambs slow, j Afr. ru.rry js, as yet, undecided to Greer's Shoo and am pavlnn. the front of tlie court house, In Stnnronl. l.'e lower. .fl.nO&i Ky. on Hie second Monday in Septem-l.o- r 101'ic lower, $Ml7. DEAL-UALSO BALMERS. .,, to ulnit lie narket prices (or all kinds of coun-- 1 .!. I.iit u- ...n.-i.- t. at 1' o'clock 1. M., the tarm known try produce, cms. chickens, feathers, " MAT- IN FURNITURE, er tlie cotnint'iiitv fortuiiiite of which ami a half mile trom Stnnford lour hecf hides, raus. bones, etc. Come WILL VOTE A STOCK LAW 1. becomes u cituen . cri tlio Hustonvlllc pike. to sec mc and I will treat von riolit. TINGS, RUGS. THEY WILL Th( farm contain one hundred and I It. C. Anderson & Sou. who are VV. P. RUCHANAN. llftv acres, one hundred of which Is In W. T. AniistroiiK, the present innjr bis successors, with the two livewire Stanford. Kv. EXCHANGE FURNITURE line state ot cultivation Over one istrate in the Hrodhead 'snlesiiien.d S. Durham and Henry FOR ALL KINDS OF STOCK. thousand dollars worth of locust poet with others, arc circiilatiiig ' Ander son. to look allci the need- FARM FOR SALE OR RENT! can be cut from this place, also a lot GIVE THEM A CALL. PRICE u petition for a general stock law to f their nrinyiif euslomers. will, no of Valnut lumber. A splendid stock pond ted by a nev- pievent the ninuinv i' doubt, make rival firnw frit up niul at lat-j- e ' RIGHT. er falliiR spring. u. There ha- - been :i on take notice. Will sell ptivntely my farm nf : Atiout sixty acres of this farm Is es STANFORD, : KENTUCKY. acres in Lincoln couutv, J. G. Frith. It. II. Ilamiu. A. K. about pecially adapted to thc raising of hemp Ihe part of those farmers who wish to keep n better grade of sok, for Albright nnd othci-- are handlers: of Ky., r miles east of Stnnford on una tobacco. TLV N E.TS New, five room house, Just com- ti restriction to the present general best txrade shipping he's, cro-vti- e, Kier. SO uvrvt iu eort'., .1(1 pleted. Onj mile from church and running nt large of stock, for some SUN 5HA.D&3 X- in meadow, balnnee in blue lumber etc. . bdiool. One large tobacco barn, built hiiuse last fall, also good stock barn. Ten time past. They aivue that the .. Air. A. K. .Albright, who - running, gni , ibn a four room tenant i ...? i . i. - -, Hulling nit of stock mi (lie commons li general More, ,nns oeen ...i acres of young orchard. i mmr I'liuiniisc- -j ".miengaged This lg a splendid home nnd must with tho gcnerul run of tno hprnig house, small oreh- business for twentv years' nl Itrnd in , bo seen to bo nppreclnted. If no ttnle bull- - which tire run ti i iir at head, nnd is n general favorite with '"''I. Plenty of Mock wnter, good Is made this farm will b0 rented on thc seine date, to tho highest bidder has hud much to do with the inferior 'ill. Hi store i known over Ihe fencing. School house joining thiR farm. year of VJ12. country. It is well known Hint once for A. D. HOOT. IgrndcK oi stock which are common l on the market from places wherein customer nt this store .means Will sell nil together or in two is iu vogue. They ur Urnys n customer. tracts. Terms easy. If not ii Iteside- - being u ADMINISTRATOR'S SALEI '".ne iilo tluit pitrejiied enlt' t koiiI hupiues- mini. Air. AlbridiC - mid will rent for eutdi for lUU. no more lo keep, Ihctr cowk of pure idwnys hiterentel in church woik hVill also sell half interest iu 80 .. I'crert of corn to be cribbed on place lfcagaja-fc,x&-vt,"v'1 s,'"'k' "r vvm ih""1' "f f,urU T1"- - Brodhcnd Fair occurs Aug. nt. I '20 acres of grn.ss and htulk 15, mil. lit his lato residence about FOR SUMMER DRIVING . lll"",, N''" 1'""'--' more when ,ifj, 17, 18, 1011. three big days, Orutvs linsn't been grazed two miles tioin Stanford., on the Lan- caster pike, sell at public outcry his placed on the markets, l'.iiough tho comfort of both horses and drlv, Yir week is known a a home thin year. Mrs. Walter Warren. il'""r. mw im'n M""ri"1 m"1 ,lH' comln wt,"k "" ,hos" ,,f ort,'" i? era should be specially considered by pair of aged mules. J aged horse.' 1 l'r,,l'""tiou will be voted on next tleB boiis nnd dniighterH xtho hnve securing a propor outfit of lap robes, ,goue to distant fccelioiiH of (he conn Jersey cow, soon be fresh, 1 Poland SMALL FARM FOR SALEI blankets, fly notB and other ncresiiarl China sow, 1 Jersey heifer. 2 ehoats, . trv nnd built homcH. or those on trios fllrntf nr tiouBotiold and lcitchcu FCft SALE! es from our complete assortment o of biihiiiiMs or plensure, return to r .i . ucros iiirminv nidiiKiia of ' horse foods. Jfloro are Ugit. but growlni corn. etc. etc. .. 1 . " -6- ..-.. ' ""V "" . . " ." ,,u linve n happy time with the home- - Thirty acres on .Veal's Crock, ,. --,...,,. ;, ,fo,ks Sums of 10 and uuder cash In hand ' t 0,(j frieml8 to church and schoolhouse. strong and durable, single and double.' over that amount, three months' These nre the low built blocky, broad bnrs and to enjoy tho hospital ty for Comfortable th.eeroo.n bouse and harness, admirably suited to road purcredit on note with ggood security, back, large boned fellows wltu wool . .. i,si. .i.ju city U so noted. - C per cent. Interest from date binall barn. Price reasonable part poses, along with a hil line oi work bearinieverywhere wool can Urow, at far The keys to the gates of the city cash and balance oneasy terms. Ad- harness of the best quality at flat of sate. pr,ce, Uom wrlt8 or Phone' ore handed over to the visitors and dress owner. CH"8. T. WILL80N, price. A. T. NUNNELLEY, Auminisiraior. osi o- -j a. u. icief omaiuru. ixy. uv-- vverylMly U given ft royal Tftlttmi. m Ft.f.O, N, S, M(trl, Ky, infri, Sv. J C. McCLARY, 03-2t- leorn lJ tons of haled hay .m.I things too numerous to mention. Lost. Near ,T. S. Tevis' place a Terms iven on dav of nle pockethook containing .10.90. R. M. Tate, Charley Williams, Shelby City, IIustonille. Ky. IS !'. I). No I p Ky. Henry Catron bought a cow from PUBLIC SALE. Jlr. James at 30. Wile. Singleton sold a calf to Tho- -. Durham tor I will at my home on Cedar trek 520. 2, 2 miles from Cnih Ordinal inui 7 (Dounc it Hoonc returned from miles east of Stanford. Ky.. .ell to Laurel where they bouu'lit a ;ood the hi'.'hc'.t hiihlei on bunch of cattle uml li;i Wednesday, Aug. 23, 'I I Scott ltr).. Mild two yearliii(.' The follow-indescrihe' iiipct:y. 1 iiiaie inule.x to Carroll Shauk-vfo- r pail naeil horse mult- -, two ur- .. .Tl7.-injr fillies, tun Nciirliii Iior-- e colts Josh Wil-o- n, of the Ka- -t Kud, 1 by Preston, one mue tiold to It. I). Holt.cl.iw, 2." toiik with colt at her ide. two i tied nt Tl.:i"; one hull at ''(i and eulves. four earlui;; stler- - and 20 . -iime 100 pound Muck Ima- - nt lie He .soli M)iui' cow-- , to (Surlier Puce All n ancultuial impleuieuts lit fit. lloosiei vlifit tirill, t di-- e I). K. hnuiiht a hit 1.0S0- - harrow. waoiis and otlinr ia"iiii! l'ouinl cow of II. C Dinhlerar nt tools. Also hoiisehohl and kitchen ; ji heifer from .1. li. Adum- - at furniture. Terms ivei on day o. s.i'e. 0. P. Ncwland, Sr. Garner Piiee houudit iu l'uliu-k-i. J. P. Chandler Ami. Z0 head of sheep at from ?lo0 to This sale heiu at 10 A. AL, .4I.2."; 14 ho- - at "'2c. and a hunch i!'. Vi sharp. n! cnlw-- . from 10-tSKt rjj.o Sl.nte,anly IItjue other distant. The ,stitution lIie place is doity; n pn.d ihum M. libit t, eahier, and Hh heated at amtnnt exceeding one hundred dolls e(rA. r? if Mt with as $ irwrrths or tonger. m a nice, two-sto- ry as- is located briek rmitdin Car-oi- l, ar Make our bank your stopping place while In town. lie-war- d, lll is weU equipped with proof niul et1 safer--, nin hurt-Isafety dtMisjt boxes com-pauv, in Bring Your Prescriptions bH Here To Be Compounded i- ns Ilo-.'S- .Oi-h- ou Til", I'V-jo- ::e. ni I ar S: r s(.-.- 'h.ja .,, .! .,. wi,. ! : J. L. Beazley & Co ' iii-;- s I ' 1 j - ct de-ir- s lu-re- s low-gra- Ini-ye- :' -- "'" . t, C5-t- hep-I'ln- te cu-to- m j fa-lus- rTC . iiii-ui- j "" tt """ - " ''r' "'' . nmmmmmm nmtm nil iimH wij aim