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The Stanford interior journal: August 22, 1911 The Stanford interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images Shelton Saufley Stanford, KY 1911 int1911082201_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 22, 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. J II ' f - " "'' Hull III !!' " aF'x VOLUME XXXVIII. NO. 66 MOST SUCCESSFUL The Stanford Interior Journal. STANFORD, LINCOLN ESCAPED COUNTY, KENTUCKY. TUESDAY, AUGUST 22d. 191 f. EVERY TUESDAY CRAB ORCHARD AND FRIDAY. t Wns Week lfl. 0. W. Hotter 'Jo. Pel iliiill mini' or Exhibition nt Brodhrail Last Complete FAIR IN ITS HISTORY. iiml under llest rimrr or gelding two jenr throe Wnll it llvsinger gelding iiml Jd. mix PRISONER From Crab WILL HEAD DEAD N BROKE TWO RIBS PROMINENT FARMERS HELD TO GRAND JURY. To Settle Question of Right to Tear Down Gates on County Roads any List of Last Days' Awards. . use .1. S Phillip .1. ll. .1. II. llei puii mnrr or gel.li'igs age ilmlt eln I st lute liiej Ibsilex Jimmls of Wcdni.liiy mill those of (lKe model cln TImiiiIii iiml I iiiIhj nrens follows: .1. T. Kursbv "Jd. 'l'Iii c.liihitjou just closed bcin Itest lintHi' imi.lo hlnnki I .loiiii I In llitli given Fy (lii itnckuiistlo Su,ci Nt. (. A. Wlin'Mnii Jd. 1'inr Association was riittiiiitl by pcnlhnnuV Itewi home Imit nil In lime bi'i'ii llic ln! in itM Irfib llnp'sri ghivc- -Inl, J, A lli'i" Much of lis uoces it due In llic Kills Jd. tireless t'ffurK nf it, indefatigable Host air ludi., Glow Kiln JIu- (ficers, Messrs. firiiiiullr Owens, IlllffcV Iff. Georgia .ll"M'.M. President mid .1. Thus. Clieiiy, Sce'v llnv.cl Itcl table iiuled li W. II. (Inivclv mill A. Jl. Isl Delhi Howard 'Jil. mil, Vice President iiml Ticnsurc " lies! silk cmbroidcrj .Mi. John lispoi'tivoh The gale r 'ipls uti Ihe second Williams 'Jil. la imliciiti'il n greater attendance Ib-s- t Cotton eiiiliii.Mcn Mir. Hi hi Tlic Prodliend fnir proliiiM llic luot its liii-lor- elotd nflur (i. W. Itofct. Vil. ticceful Iter Htiilliuii. Tin S. I'lulliw 1st. Wii.b' .Inl. nnic or teliliiH; liny lt Will Head, (iKeil v mid single, n Col. John Robinson Hurt by Fall At Crab Orchard Springs. Mm of Tlitmins mill Klirnlieih Head, of I'lilnski, died on (lie lib of jm- - I Col. John Iiobmson, one of tlie Diek ilirun, wanted in l.imrel iul.si. Ho i .snrvniil by tlnee sis. iTupiirloi of Crnb Orelianl Springs eotllll.V, whcie lit-- Iiml skiicil n flllU lers, .Mrs. J. II. Hustle, of near tin it .Mr. Ilithbh, mar Ivuliank, : siilained a very painful injury lust bom), wns euptiiU'il in ('nib Oreluml Mrs. I,. S. .Mire, of Plato; nl-- o visdc when he slipped nnd fell. Tjii' Tiii'mIhv by J. I'. Jones, the ellleient three biothe;s, J. M ,1. , nnd lieu-- i lull mis it licuv one mid he uns iison-e- r l ot tli.it nty. The Head, nil of 1'iilnski. Ilefore badly sliuken iip,.uu exuuiiuiitioii of a wii di en dinner by .Mr. .'ones two rib itenlli he expresed himelf ns reuilv pl'ysjeiiiu shoiiic Iiml olli-enl his home, nflei whii'li tile His n mains wore broken. Col Hohhisou will lie. iiinl his rtouer started to Hike fo meet bis Mnker. tlie t O. n'le Iiml to rest nl Obi Jil. IMen- - laid up for ome time until Ihey All Loudon. Orchard Marshal By Hiding In Cemetery. C Jlrs. Fiebls, Iliiiley, wai while isiling .Mis. .1, enllod home suddenly 1 on account of her huli. mil's sudden of Ilnrriiimn. Iht father I). London, i'lness. Mr Jln tlie Tiinnur, Tenu., is tliii guest of In West End. ''. Pajue. iiiHi-lia- er his-lur- v. Lte-ul- i'o.er--.Viinn- ie limn ever. t -- Late Wednesday Awards. '.M. Hot buy ruler mult i 1'J Hoy Iloheit. i silk quilt Jit. S. I). Cur rstfoil 1st. 'In. ii ! i;:n.'iii 'Jd. . Stiic Dll I mining walker. Kockenstle (enter Isl roeliel Smith 'Jil. lun IYt I eolloii Mis Kirc-I- v oiititv Allen llintt 1st. .1. T. Itolsrts Isl Mux Miller Jil. Jd. Dick AllwiKlit .trd. I'.ct drawn work- .lo.ili Saver Free tor nil inuli race Jlilchcl Hi-s- bi'i en William -1 . .Mis Inn. burton Itest ieii eilluoli Miss .leiiliiii John Fiignte .'liil. lhivis 1st Mr. .J. A. Hopkins 'Jil. Itiiiinmg races fur plug horses, Hot votit pillou l.lln I'lJinklin ltiuk'-'islb- ' 1! (iiunly 11. I lb- l.fnr 'Jil. .Sujlnr Nt. ,l,.hn Norton 'Jd. ('. II. Ilesi sun bonnet June Huger Hilton :irl. 'M. .Mis. H. I.. Smith i,t t 'i combined Middle ami MISCELLANEOUS wire or gliding, shown initlrr Ntees liouey enill- b- It. I. Illflllk- . ('. Jone nubile mid iiihurni-IItiisbi 1st. 11. c. jtrnntuiuiiiu 'Jil. 1st J. T. Itif.li 'Jil. J. II. Thompson N'iri! ijiiurt of nr;liiiui. Inl. Kiuk 1st. (S. M. Sicilian J1. oiilv--Jmne Il-'liar-HM- list. I'.cUi'i Kilinnls '.M. 'st, Mr, .lolin William 'Jil. I l'rt I SECOND DAY breed lurgc chickens te1 W. .1. ' eiike biltli'l-- W. M. Klin; 'lit it mil J1. lle- -t l,iiii I Sliutt SWIM't M 'Jil. lll.-ki- f lt i.ir .lit (iiiin.- -e- e-I!.iy Cm-fo- rd Jit He'l A It ulf t! nnd ball eair tiii.tilh -.- 1. Jl. I'n's. J1. It. W. (luilies llest bull alij njf t .lobn Sim el 'Jil. 1 H, wine- - (!. A blacUlH'iry 1st Mr. W. M. King 'Jd. Stent I'ucmnlx'i piekle Ollie Williams 11. Jln.v !'. Mliiiaiiinn 'Jd. ollie Diirhani Ilet liiiw-- i how--Vt beilei calf under su mouths 1st. Jliui'ie 'Jd. old .1 J. Smith 'Jl. Itesl vinegar 11. ('. June- Itest milk vow mi age milk Jones 'Jd. Mr. T 1) Peter. 1st. and 'Jd. Mol graceful hulv hoiM'bnek ,. .,.. ..,,. Mll. , Itest blood..! cow any age stool. :,.. .1. .M. t'ross 1st (,'lim i onidoieil .l.nies 'Jd. Peltie nan millet' IX l.tilltllS 1st. ,1. It. Phillip 'Jd. j lei .,1 u, l!es' Hnye H"st KlVj -- I'.IOWII rniw,')(nl L.lt griiie wine Wilson King brt ti't ii'let'J Jl llae lt. 1 Ui l.onr Jd. Ibi boar any ajte Jd. ltis.i sow any age---, 1. J. Smith i Third Day. Ilet suckling coll nu e iinilei .1. llet It.- -t ..w nnd pint, 'J.I UH mse-I'li- am Dick Albright lin.'k r. Jlmkl-t- , .1. II. Thomp 'Jd. (lalne 'Jd. llet combined mare or gelding -.- 1, any uc I. Phillip owr two and mi. In three .ai- Pel Clint l.onr 'Jd. I :.! Isl Walker Jl. ltt.t pair buck ni.it ewe am ,ig" 'Jd .1. W. Ibir.letle. .Id. .1 lie I combined huriie and Middle Jd. I. Phillip 1st talliini tin) Hire - a & Walker, I ewe Itest two lamb buck all. P. K. P.inih. 'Jd, Hoy Henlev. .1. 1 Phillips 1J mouths' .1 T. Tati'Sd. Ilei niiiibiiicd sii.blle and hurnc I'cst mar. mule coll under siv .nine or 'jeliling na age ,1 t . Haih. I. T. Kigsby 'Jd. .1. T. Higbj ltd. iionth old W. Jl. ll singer He i allioii three ,vnrs ad.lle .It-- sle 'J.I. o!il and under four- - P. K. Pairili, He- -l mar" or horse uiiiic coll un11, Hon ltearlf 'J.I. der su mouths Jessie Liicsav 1st. Hot saddle stallion anyvage C. Jl. JlcKiiiney 'J.I. W. Jl. Ilysui-ge- t Wiav tV Walker, 1st; P. K. Parnh. ' Jd. Mid. lie I stallion m. ire or gelding anv Itesl boise mule i'ot iiinleY i nge-.- i. C. Hiiilev, 1st; .). T. Higsbv, JL months old Kb. lbirdelle 11. Vn Smith P' Martin, 'Jd. Hums Mink :id. ltct Kiickbng coll mis Jicx under ( iiionlh. Hockciille oiilv Ilt'iny d M(((k M ,;,( unl,.lt.,.f .JlK i,.i haiaes marc or gelding er bear one mid liii.h'i two ears old .lec 11. -l. II W. ce Cr.. 1 mi-il- ei lt. lt. iiiin for uent IC. til! by a sudden tlush, .Morgan llllf. fifli.r ..rt it.fvw he 1nv ( 'illumine iloilifed mill inn mid Mr. .lime tiled mid I'liiuiiehael. after tin- - running man, but with tin HOG WALLOW NEWS only nu iik ieaiiiL" burst of Doil(;iiiK nit" the eeinetery. sjiceil. (I'ioui IIoi;wullow' Kenliiekinn) win re lu eaily I'oiuul .lieller aiic' Alius I'eek has leeoned a new (i liidin pljieit behinu tlie slmiliberv nhumiue from away off. The print, mid eieiureius .Morgan Iiml no trouthoic'li, i so fine lie ha to aet riylil ble in milking iimil Ins e.eiiM. down on the mound to read it. A public suiiiiK will lie held at PUBLIC SALE! the Do;; Mill rliimli Siimlay niylit Ilnvin sold my farm I will offer lo rnie iiioiies wilh which to build a jrfil at lloiinihin; Itillow. A we lor sale lit public oiitery on are nil liable to .'et into juil ime Tuesday September 5th. liu.e or miolher ibirint; the eome ot the following live stoek' I pair liuiumi event, this wortii mule, 3 farm horse mine cniic ;f.i steers 'J pixsl milk boitli be piitioiii'fil hberall . iou, wilh ealves, 8 "( iitn.I liofs Ilii'iues in this ecliou i nellinj; ; brood iimii e.ieh with piod Inter. Im'INt inee the liejuy nun and ! tlioioiiL'hlired I'olaiid Cliinn bnar. hoi li our creek are limning night 1 yooil farm wbgou, iiiii fnmilj uriej I -- et blnek-simt- ii I'd d;i. Sidney lloikn i eugaged this tools all kinds nl f.iruua mi- lili'iiienl. lioiieli..ld mid kitehen fin- - T.,.,.. , eireulaltinir u petition asking new incubator and brooder. that (lie pnce between the bars ii lure, I e .:. iia ''j 'z: i'iii.ii .. t.t .ions oi ti i rii ithe Mekvillc jaili be ma ile much In rg i . ,11111 ! tIM? UllllO'l III! lllliri llllll lo mention. Little Fi.lilj ''linder ha been Term gien on d.i of ale. n:itting flic till- - wed. with the R. M. Tate. butter paddle. Hiistonvillr. Ky.. II: I'. D. V... I Prof. S.ip Spiitdlin ha cloe.l hi SHERIFF'S SALE at Wild Onion o nneennnt of the l'ailuie of the pupils to att.nd. H lurte.l out lo look for allviltlle ot IWeciition N"o. iSa, end ha hool. Before lrning he .litceled t') me which isue(l frorr ot Ik r the Clerk ollkc of Hie l.ineoln Cir- loached hi li'iir back o that the cuit court, in finor of S. II. Shank tiulce- - can see wluil a tall fine- againt II. Ft. Uoone. F. or one of my In il he hu. (Ifpiitfe. will, on .MONDAY, tho I'olumbiis AIIop el on. f his Utl. da of September, 1!11, be- gi'ce a few day. ago on thiuei'ii .mil tween the hours of one o'clock P. Jl. egg, but -- lie giew Mid two o'clock P. Jl., at the couit abauilonc.l the net until Cobindiu Jiou-- e door in Stanford. ..unity of iciiiotod one ol the eggp. Il i Lincoln, nnd state ol Kentucky. to note tl'iit ii .his kite to Public Sale to the highel d.iv of eiiligh't'iiti.eiii ! lill have bt.ldei, the follow in-- . pr.i)t'itv (or lo toleiatc sllpeislilloil. so mm h thereof a may be neee-m- r In Ii lectin e on ''Dog" at D.u-a- i. to satisfy the amount of the I Knob .Monday nighl our wor-th- v .I. lit, interest, and col.s) i!niutill frii'iul, Prof. Sap Spradhu. lowit- lo -- i ! :tl of our cilieiis ii' The following ti.ul of land in cle.nlv iimlerstautlalde tenu. but Lincoln oiiiitN, Kciitiick.v, on the no one took offence, u the were v.itrr of l)i rivei. mid bounded as meielv used a follows on the north bj the land I'll Smith leep a good deal in ot Lilian ii fiooch ,o nl la F..it hyihe cluiic'i with hi hut on, hut nothing land of ficon;e Siiddulh, on the will be -- aid to him about it. a he i scutli bv the html of Dan Stephenliberal when tin hat pnetl son and on the west by the laud of David "volt, ami containing eeii-',-llv- e .lioiui'!. A i.idder hu becuitood anint iicics, more or the posloffu c, si, that il auvbo.ly The iiinmiiit of tin debt i fail."!.. i en tin tool' whei: a fin break !'S with iiiteiest of liiMT cent ftnin out tli.'V can conic .luwn. llic ."ith day of July IS')!-- : and the K 1 1 biiek-bo.ir1 h IIK'lltl APPALACCHIAN EXPOSITION lll0Xille, Tellll., Sept. lt, lltll Oct. J011. Heihiced intes iu Southern I'jiil-wa- y on nle daily Sept. 11 Ih to ()'!. 11; filial limit ten day from date of sale. Through cbcttic ligiile.l coaches and loepmg cais. For and . omplete mfoi ination ee local agent or wiile ,1. C. Heaiii. dr., A. (i. P. A.. St. I.oui, J. As result of a misunderstanding; is wit a gate on a county road, war- visiting her sisler, Jfr. Fj. !'. Jones. rants weir sworn out last week .Misses .May, Stella and Ida Lee ngin-- t P. W. Cniter ami hi sou Ltil Carter churqiug them with 'amphell are visiting in Danville. tearing down B"'1" "' '"' eounty ultra'--livJINs Annie Ncwlaml is the load vvliieh passes through the firm guest of Jfiss (loodie Hedd. of T. J. Hill, Sr.. in the Jfc Cormnt k's M't'lion. County Judge Ilniley tried MT. MORIAH the cae Saturday and held tbc The irotra.tcd meeting held by .Messrs, Carter to await the action Hlo. Hulibai.l al (bleb Alfred el the gian.l jury under bond of Dmgh's ,i:lose.l Sunday night with Ibll each for lhcir appearance about f)0 aibblioiis to the church of which they gne. ( lirist. llro. J Inboard is an excelThe trial of Gene Deutheridge for lent preacher and an upright man failure to work the county road in in. .1 has made nianv friends in this the Highland section, resulted in n t oimiuinily. Although the meeting judgment of against the defendvins hiiuleieil by various cuues, ant jiwit good vvnH the result. We aro McKINNEY, glad to have Hro. Hubbard with us Miss Flora Potter, of e . MILLEDGEVILLE ,.,,,, 1 !.. of Kubank' of meetings at Jit. Jlortab boughi of John Jloer u fine una church Sunday night. tin week. Jlr. a ml Jlr. John Hoed arc reClop no looking bad at tnt joicing over the arrival of a nouno-in- g pic(iit. ,i llie.t are needing rain. babv boy Jlr. Stink In ought mst Jlr. and Jli. .1. 1 Cumuiius of w eek. Stanford came over in their auto to Jlisi Stella Dryant, of Somerset, ee Jlr. and Mt. Geo. Hunt lat i viiting her uncle. Jlr. Dei train Lou nil Hej nobis w Jlt. llic lirt Sunday in every month. Uro. Livingston began a two weeks vfoi' Nora Hiffc loft yeslerduy Cliiittanoogii where she will takv. a thrsears course in nursing at hospital, the lkiioiu7sr-ArliLiige- r J!is llertha limes retained to her iioiin at .Manchester O., after a two week's visit with the Jlises Goocli. Jlr. Hrnest Gilwon is the guest of Jli C.itherine JIuqdiy. y Khuoi Giioch ciime in home night from Indianapolis to visit Sun--da- Jli l,'el lt. it, nionth old 0 JIcKiutie.v lt .Hid 'Jd. 'Jd. I If I hartie mare or gelding any mult over nf and under two jige S. T. Chi ti-- ., 1st; J. T. Higsby .eiir. old H. W. tl.nnes Iht and 'Jd 'Jd. Host harness stallion iiuv age- -. Itesl mule uier two ami lindci' i. . l i artinn 1.. i... riiuiii .i. ' ii t. i. tsi, iioii.t c..:.i. i.i n old Pcpple mid lies-- I three eiir lwt pair harness mures or geld . -.- 1. I n it 11 ami U1V flK,, niss,v & Clmn.ellor.J Hcsl pair of imiles mix age -- reptut J .T. .Higsbv Jd; Higsbv and 1st den. Hail 'Jd. Ihompson lUi p'l-mid lleter Most ;;rut'cttil lady horse Inek Host jnek any age W. II, .Jones Ii.'s ' .i s 11 .John Harris 'Jd. Hcst gill horseback rider under 15 Sigmmi 'Jd. enrs old-- Jli horseback ridei under Itesl buy lo ,vear old .Morgan Sinilh Haugh man 1st Joe Cress 2d. l'rotlist pill baby under 12 mouths old W. L. Howe 1st. .lohn , 'Jloi'Biin 'Jd. rider Jli-- s JIary Lear 1st; man, 'Jd; Jli .Mi Hhoda Jones, Dow JM. Del lie u' ', Ji Preiliest little Bill between three, n ml for years old -- W. 0. Howe 1st. W. 0. llysingcr 'Jd. 'eur Host mure or Keldii'B iiml uiHlr two J. II. Thompson 1st Mink 'Jd. turnout lady and gentleman .1. T. Higsby t; Wr.iv Wnlker. 'Jd; S. T. Cut lis :i.. Fanciest hinglo Hb turnout by boy K. Parii-ami girl.-- P. 1st; W. I.. Chaneellor, 'J.l; Lewis .Miller, H.l. Itesl walk-Jror canter stallion, u.aro or gelding J. T. Higsby v 1st, same 2.1. Fanciest Harness rig J, T. Higsby, 1st W. L. Chancellor, 'Jd. Races. Free for all mulo race one nimV- II. J. Hurdi'tte. 1st: John Fiuriite 2d. MiioWl Norton thi. i h, ot his sister.. Spiles this week. Jlies JInrgaiet und KAtli Deck The friends of .Mr. John Deiry is JIary Louis Gaiiu and 1 mi belle visiting heie. will be glad to hear that he is rcov- are visjtinB ilLsses DJck's sisLizzie Hail ha been on the t ling now from a evere Jit. attack of ter Jlrs. J. W. Davis nt Somerset iek list. tpboid fever! this week. .Mis Jliiriiticiite Dolling, oL lliiru-id- e .Mr iniil Mi, Ktl Lee Terrv, J. T. Hutlcr of Oklahoma is visit- of i visiting Jlr. and Jli., Ch.-ilcLinK homefolks here. Neil's L'lecl:. spent, Sunday with Jlr. Coffey at Jloreland Horn, 10 .n r. ana Jir5. innn tseeK and Jlrs. Shell Heed. a fine btvcu pound girl which has Jlr. Hubert Cm tur of near Jlis r'tnma Jleier sjpent Sundav bten named .Mildred. Chin eh ha been visiting Lula Warfiebl. villi Jli Jlr. Reuben Williams returned in Adair countv. Jlr .lames Wilson, of Vaneburg from Lexington where he attended .Ml. .loilli Vanhook. of llidiaiin' Tlie the fair. died rriilny from Jlrs. L A. Aekcrinau is quite siok .am.' in on lat .Suiidav eveursioii belt a ed family have the sympathy nt this writing. lo ce one of Jlilledguville' clui"-imii- g oriuaiiy friends in this vicinity. Jliss Helle Cowan hni returnedj daughter. Jlr. Walter Warfield came homtj from a two week's visit at Jliddle--burHe Jli Purdoii of Jloicl.iud fioin Phoenix. Arizona, last week, Algu Jlvei- were pleaaut mil Mi Frank Jlobley and Alma Hubble, mid wm here Saturday shaking . nller al Leila Delle Jonc' bunds with his many friend in High ntten.led the Imptist Association tit Jlr. and Jlr. John Jlver ami land and vicinity. Walter is a nice Valley Oak, Ky., Tuesday. Mr. JIcDowell Fogle, wife and ba-- lj Joe Vunliook of hi place. Jli. and boy and eveiy body says they are of Yoemite were the guests of, .Mr- -. Jloiri Man inn ol Jlci'or-Jlilek- .. "glad to see Fie' hatk." JIi. Pogle's parents, Hr. nntt JIis. Mr. Kll.et Foiift ot' Jlolt-lan- d. Jliuphy from Wedni'sdny until Thurs .MISS PKGGY. Din. L. Cv. Drink, ol Jliehiguu iluv. ,utl Jlr. Logan Mr. 1). rt. Hlffe attended the A- were I'c.wuihl LINCOLN COUNTY SUNDAY sociation at Valley Oak thi week. 111 'ollll Jloscl' on pb.isatlt c.l'lei SCHOOL CONVENTION. Jlr. Harry Jacob motored over la- -l A.i,tt l.'i We ile sin to again cal' attention to LouUville and Plemuireville this Jlr. Clifton Sambilge was stormed lo the Lincoln! comity Sunday chol week where he will attend the Sevon lal .Mou.l.iv evening b.v u number "Oineutioii which will com cue at the enth Day Adveutist Camp Jleiting. ot jolly v niiug folks. All had it l'ice Chri'.t'an church in St.iufoi.l, Aug. 20th at 7:.')0 o'clook, there will bo mi time. Insects That Use Rubber. When Para trees are tapped, after Went to June-lio- n iiipirution at session. Hev. I). Jl. !ro. JlontoiiKrv Walker, Mis Vnuliiie Hockcr and ne gum has run Into receptacles and ilv Suu.l.tv to till hi tip'suiii-iiic- it .Mr. W J Vaughn state worker will 'tifTened. a species of larg black ant at the Chtisluui Church lat be on the program. .Jliss Hockcr k accustomed to cut out pieces of the Bees fubbor'and carry them away ."suuday. will give hu iuteiesting review of the jlso tlnd uses for India rubber, and Dm. Palm, ter filled hi pulpit at Sau Fraiicico trip including com en oine species tn South Africa actual- Wednesday at !':.'lll y cut the bark of trees that produce lion Miiiic. the Metlii.dil Church Sundav the convention piopcr will open with resinous subntances In order tc cause a good cougicgatioli. The turn Is ema tine choiu of Siind.ij School iliil-dic- n j How ot the sup ployed by the bees as a ready-madmint' cot amounting to 0.70; School began Momltivv with a good of Slu,nford. Let every one sax for their ne FARM F0RSALE OR RENT! and the fnrlhei' eot of (hi ac'ir.n, titUnilcnr e. tome enily to hear the music. The villi the following eiedil: liamelv Il a a inislakc about Iht: (sitenl thoir of the different churches aie Will sell privately my farm uf - JUMBO CAMP MEETING! piepiiiiur -- ome tine selections for 20 paid on about 2U0 iicics in Lincoln miiiity, bid old by .Mr. Jl. 'Ft unci. It wa paid Dm-- . J(i. LuMi evening session. A eonimittee Commencing Sptener l miles east of Staufoi.l on a soil healing moothering iron. till: Run lib. 'Jlih, 100J; fit) paid Oct. 20. Ky.. fnmi each congregation is appointed nlng Ten Days. 80 acrts in fori, .lb ' 50011 and t'J.'i paid July 27, 1II0S; nil liix Hiver. Jli I'minii Jlyer will icltirn to to look after Jjie delegate and see rillHK MLKT1NGS DAILY. Lores in meadow, balance in blue hi vtcik that luncheon is provided on We.lues i burnt at (looigclouii thi of which stand as a eicdil on thi gra . ha a tour 10 a. m.. 2 p. m., 7 p.-- m. tenant bouse loom cM'culiou, levied iiuyi a (he prop-il- l 'J goad barns, ami ollu r tulhoiie lifter a viit here. ila. Please send, the name. of all MINISTERS: .Mr. Add Hihop canu up to ee delegaie anil vNitors from out of II KV. J. K. WOOLIHUOi:, good hlouo spring house, small orchof II. II. Donne. I.use!l town to the Sceretuiy. Spring.. Tenu Sale will be made on a ard, Plentv of stotk water, good hi bet gill lnt Suu.lav. We expect p.ich school in the eoun Iti:V. HOBKItT MeGOWA.V, Glasfencing. Mis. .1 IC. ll.lni of lliistonville Iv credit of three month, bond with to send siipeiiuteii.lent, teacher School luiiise joining this faun. gow, approved security required, hearing Will sell all together or in two sep- - tiitcd licit lat Sunday We expect an .iccu-int- o llev. II. C Wilson, of Ruell Co. Ky. i.nd delegate stutiptical icport mailed to nileicst at the rale ol 0 per cent mute tmcl. Terms easy. If not Song Leader. fiom each school. Wo alo Somo Other Jlinisten have been inFied IK Connor, of New Albiiny, per annum from day of sale, nnd sold will icnl fur cash for 1012. having the fori e and el feet of a sale Will ul-- o sell 'half interest in 80 v a al the Diodlieml fair and visit- expect a good contribution from vited nnd will bo looked for. bond, this lflth tiny of August, 1011. I'fics of Corn to hu cribbed on place ing I'i'iitriil Kenliii'k.v for the tlrul each i hool, and hope no school will Jumbo Camp is Located. feel that it bus a right to withhold Jn Lincoln county, Ky., 5 mile fiou ,,'ri'h ,,( """ '"" s,n,k I""1 W. L. Jl'CAKTY. Sheriff L. C. tune since 1801, when he passed this money from the statu work, to Grass hasn't been grazed fit'bis. Stanford, und 1 miles of McKinney, through here. He wns on tho sdiiff of vhich all denoiviiutions arc indebt'Ibis year. near the head waters of Green river. ns a rule be elided bv ,i single ib Gci. Judith, mid wii in Co. K., llitli ed. Mru. J. J. Dickey, Soe'y. Plenty of water and good tuberuaele Mrs. Walter Warren. of Chiimberlniu's Coiie Cholera uiii! He took jmrt in the lCentuik.v. lunch stand, etc. Diarrhoea Heme.l.v. This ronieilv has cmupaign agaiut the Confed- - Fine Blue Grass Farm Fof Sale! Those wishing to stay over night Good Advice. no superior for bowel CDinpluinU. Rub elbows with th least of tht i nt can get lodging cheap, close to fiber (ifiitTitl Olten-helJloigan. For the Situated on the Stnnrord and For snh bvnll tlealei world'a peoplr. If you wouW quicken ate fee 15 cents; children plko : miles from .Stanford; iiade. last 27 .veins hu has been n collectI your brain mid soften your heart. containing 118 acres; 85 acres In blue under 10 years free. There are a Tfco Interior Journal and tho Week. or of icvcuue at Nuw Albany, lud. grans; new liouso of six rooms, hard few room to let lo lhoo Iv t'lnelnnnll Kmiiilrer one year for Excbinse. house, wood 1.3'). Tho weekly ICinjulrer Is n spkn Ile ay Ihere luih been quite a .o!ltiY finish, smoko ilnnr nil hen house, them. hlinflrn.l .lulAin nl FARM FOR 6ALEI tllil farm and faintly paper. I The Object e will te prlvntely a farm ot ehniige as at hut time there wrre i,ear'ng trull trees tn one mllo of Un Ion church and lu three hundred yards Of these meetings is the regenerutioii about 10 ncres In Ltncqn comity, uiilv tvn hoiiis ut London. An ordiimry ca-- it of t.iarrolien can ot school. The place Is on Creomorj of inner, und sanctificatioa of b r Ky., unto from crab Urcli-ard- . liny it now. Now i (he lima lo loute und hag a telepnono in retdenc0 nicely located, mostl.. bottom Come pr.tviug God to pour A well known Des Jtoine wn.:in This land growj fine tobacco wheat. bever. buy a bottle of Chniiibcil.iin's Coll, land, very productive. Uvery aero out the Holy spirit upon th people i ar.u aiinnn. icorn for Chalern and Diarrhoea Hemedv It tillable, an abundance ot Block water i.fter , buffering., ,.... Will sell for one third down balance nnd give uh the bet meeting ti'" i ... it. almost certain to bo needed b.fou and especially adapted to corn and tia? iruill uunvi cuilip.aoib no vm ,0 yrase. Ooort tenant hous0 of three L, ,lV u.l.t LU "..?.",,, vear that Jumbo Camp laws eve- - hud. ,losio llf chamberlain's Col- u. m.,nn the summer is over. This reniedv roomg on farm. Terms reasonable , , , . , n" ur TT . ".ivy., uouie .i uo to, Liioicra nuu wiurruoea uemvuy. font i.iucon 1.0, has no uperior. For fnln by all deal Apply at once to. . UronaugH, Aient For sale by alUlealojv, t.1J 'WW en. .Miss ei k " i r .Mary Zel'.i of F.ubank b. Hey-nob- Mipei-u'llini- l g. u. I, lo. be-lo- lc e ' see-it'ta- rj, ' I . 'J ho-wi- h ono-nni- "i I ime.-iibl- y tt ' -- tf ..lc '"" ... lFf 7 ir " fi THE INTERIOR JOURNAL, STANFORD. governor KENTUCKY. now TUESDAY. AUGUST 22d 1911. Low Cuts GREAT REDUCTION n - At A At -- - SUMMER CLOTHING - COST SAM ROBINSON Stanford, Ky. I SEE ME At Once and Get My Prices on MASON'S FRUIT JARS IT 30 cts per doz Crab Orchard, QAHIVPM L. UALIUUUM, Kentucky. Quart tin cans, Remind You Our first shipment of MEN'S SUITS Overcoats and trousers have come in. We want you to see them. They are the very best we've BIG BARBE ever shown and that is AUCTION SALE saying CUE AND a great deal, for we always show you the CHOICE BUILDING good ones. m snys groom nml 2.1 for the bride. I'olk Slnpleton, n fanner, of nent that lie xx ill not Mipport Mct'rcixry. Crab Orehnrd, nged 39, tunl Mrs. Iicenimn he think Hceklintn had n Established 1872 Polly Jobii"on, II", Mere married nt i hnnd in writing the demoeratic Isnae Slnpleton's on tlio JJth. This HELTON M. 8AUFLEY,... Publisher The i'joiii'c iliii democrat io la the third matrimonial venture fn 1 A YEAR 8TRICTLY IN ADVANCE pnrty is rid of mich enttlo as Mel-on- n tho groom nud the second for tho bride. the belter off it xvll be. Entered nt the postofflco At titan-forLiving-to- n Cooper, nurd 67 nud fts Bocond cIam mall. MATRIMONIAL Mnrllui P. Shoemaker ,V1, xxrro united in marriage nt Morelaud on the Judge O'llenr's "explanation'' of S. I. Keynolils, nped 'J!t, of Shelby j loth. This i the second luuiuitfic how Bradley "lilnffed" the tmitori-omi. I .MiH l'lorii Stephenson, for both parties. Both have many deimtomtV legislators iiiln ut-in;- ? aged J 7. lind n popular young lady friend xvho extend benrty for Mm for Senator is really of Boxle, xvere married at the court liuiglinlilf. If tlie judge i gullilile house last week. They have n host Many n Suffering Woman of friends xvbo xvHi tluui xxell. enough to lielicve Hint kind of stuff Weslex naildis, and Mi- - Viola drags herself painfully through her him by Bindley, he Nn't liiimled joined heiut daily tasks, Milferiug from backache, (looch. jil't smart enoiuli t71n n governor liy ix and hnnd nt the Methodi-- I puraoi,-ngtvheadache, nervousness, los of nppe-tit- e mid poor sleep, not knowing her r. hniv: shot. Morohuid b.x Hev. I'. 1). ills are due to kidney and bladder doubles, Kole.x's Kidney Pills gixn Squire Oweii", of (ho (Mown see mill a prompt return to health nud Joint .Meluau of the Murray (In- l.ulil quick relief from pam and misery tioti of Boekeiistle and Mi-- s ette, xi ho hns spoilt the pnM evernl x re mar , Mrceyth, No ixomnti xxho mi snlTers Williuru of Crab .On h ird. en n aflord lo oxerlook Foley's Kid ln- -t j en in, circulating nil the seurrdoiii tied thote riiur-- d x.eik. ol ',rx Pills, or sale by Shu. irs & Tnu he- - he could think of about former l Thoir ag xxere .n'i as ill for tin n r SI Hie Inierior Journal lleoklmm p'nt-I'mi- A REMINDER d It is a little early, we admit, but just to fit, e nt Pal-ntrle- nf-m- 46 LOTS 46 front of McKinney- - Ky, Come and Look at Them Now and buy The quality of our No. 1 Fancy Patent Flour made from the new wheat crop, will please you. If you are not already using it, order a sack from your grocer. On sale at all grocery stores. FLOUR! J. H. Baughman & Co. STANFORD.KENTUCKY. HUT, ner's RESIDENCE. AUGUST -- M with it 10 O'Clock a. m.. k. l. tan- When you Get Ready. ooooooooocoooooooooooooooooooooooooa HP BLUE GRASS .UUf-- n ..r.w... -u. nwntn mm raiiTirm- STRIP HAVING PUHUnAatu rnuiti ", WE PIKE, MIDDLEBURG TO FROM REAR OF ED TANNERS DRUG STORE LAND SSSlVIDE INTO BUILDING LOTS AND OPEN A NEW STREET WHICH WILL RUN ENTIRE WLL ..., i. . tuit Length of property and intersect middleburg pike in H. J. McRoberts. Stanford, Kentucky. "Young Man Own a Spot of Ground Somewhere." (Andrew Carnegie.) EVERY GOOD AMERICAN OWN BUILDING SITE. CITIZEN SHOULD HAVE AN AMBITION TO OWN AT LEAST HIS "svs; "'m I I r r ' rr" FARM FOR SALE! THIS OPPORTUNITY WILL BE GIVEN YOU ON F A haSO Iav 'J ",, . m DON'T BE TOO aENEROUS. MaP with the cement, lime, etc., you get from us. Ilemember mat all our build tag materials are much stronger than the ordinary ana you can weimw If UM less than ordinary quantities. tell you JUBt how llko 7u them we'll get the best results to at to nix the least cost. Come in and ask us. J. A ALLEN, SUnfwtKy. nt my homo on t'wlnr Crei-miles from Crab Orchnr-- nnd 7 mifes enfet or Stanford, Ky.. .jell to AND HANDLE LIVE AND DRESSED (he luL'hcst bidder on COAL, ERGS, ICE, POULTRY, I FURS. HIDES, WOOL, Wednesday. Auq. 23. Ml SALT. LIME. GINSENG, The following dehcribei' pinpery. I ETC. FEATHERS il pail n;cd ho we mule, two jear- - ONE- linpj fillies, two yearling liorsa co'U mare il liv 1'reutou. one with colt ut her hide, two r.ou's tied ealvcu, four jearhn;; Mcer-- ami UO TEED, WHEN I will 'J1,-- , WeHfant Produce H. B. Northcott T. K. Tudor. Mgr. PHONE 153. We will sell at public auction In front of the court house. In Stanford, Ky. on the second Monday in September at 2 o'clock P. M., tho tarm known four and a half miles from Stanford en the Hustonville pike. This farm contains one hundred and Ilfty acres, one hundred of which Is In lino state of cultivation. Over one thousand dollars worth of locust post can bo cut from this place, also a lot of walnut lumber. A splendid Btock pond fed by a never fating spring. About sixty acres 01 wis larm is adapted to the raising of. hemp and tobacco. New. five room house. Just com pleted. One mile from church ana school. One largo umaccu vu.ru, uum last fall, also good stock brrn. Ten ncres of young orchard. This lB a pplendld home and must be seen to be appreciated. U no eale Is made this farm will be rented on tho same date, to the hlghost bidder A. D. ROOT. for Ua year of 1912. Monday, August 28th, AT 10 O'CLOCK A. M., AT PUBLIC AUCTION ING LOTS WILL BE SOLD. McKINNEY WITHOUT QUEEN & Bring Your Prescriptions Here To Be Compounded When ha tire- n medicine (or votl to ntu ,Iim vifT Imnortnnl KtLIl It to 1, t,1.nrtil In the i. ,.. r ilm.ni .nl.lt. r.1liM, nml rnmnctt'llt t ... -., Hi...A!c en I, .L'itl Iia rrtnmnumltMl- rxactlv at lll.,i lil..V.a. " . nnvl.ihlu refiutntlon .ii. .,.--- . i' ,,.,, ..rtlnAil ltlIC.lCll. UU i.oca h...v nn for always lclnK very careful and painstaking in .! f,...l tl.it In nil lllfttifc to VOtir .H.1I. .. ..- j.".j iiur tuimiuuuiii.iK cl., ...l.l lirlnt-vn- ; i u nrit nrrscril)- OWH KU1IU t...t.i. ..nl. himmm. IIWHil, Jwm Intion here. Here, too, you will find n complete nnd viting display of toilet articles, rubber goods, soaps, perfumes, toilet preparations and nil standard remedies. For Interior , decorating .. we carry .and recomnwna .. ( ..ii ALAUAb 1 INt, Ihe. tieauiuui wan cotun. I. ... ..... i .. RESERVE OR BY-BI- 46 CHOICE BUILD vnur tihvslcl.-- tTitinl 5 Ml LE fELOW REGION AND l BHARVD.ENRG 'THE' ?0EMB.ENeVaDVANTAGE XfLLKEENTNUCTKYE, OF PRODUCTIVE I FARIj .LANDS ON ONE, A MANUIS FAST SECTION ON THE OTHER. SIDE AND RESOURCEFUL M0UN1AIN FACTURING TOWN AS IS EVIDENCED BY THE RECENT ESTABL.SHME BESIDES THESE ENTERPRISES ' jcJ'NNEY HAS A A CANNING FACTORY AND WOOLEN MILL. FLOURING MILL, A NEW GRADED SCHUUL Ufan linM INDUCE A GREATER POPULATION WOULD CHURCHES OF MOST DENOMINATION. SCHOOLS POSS BLE. AT THE PRF.SENT TIME MFNTTn FACTORIES AMD HOuIe STILL BETTER TOWN FtlR EITHER SALE OR RENT, WHICH IS PROOF POSI VACANT IS HAPILY LOCATED ON CRESCENT R. R., rtr..c-rittln- n -.i -- wi" "r"" i" ..h ur - THERE TIVE OF THE NEED OF THE NEW ... One Lot Free, Barbecue, Good Music. ... 0NE SPLENDID LOT WILL BE GIVEN AWAY ABSOLUTELY FREE, EACH and seesampiesoi ... untsanu lunuauuuu. .n -- -- PENNY'S DRUG STORE. "- -- "' v WHITE PERSON Stanford. Kentucky PUBLIC SALE. Otf THE FREE LOT. TICKET WHICH WILL ENTITLE HIM TO AN EQUAL CHANCE SHADED LAWN IN IRON!" OF K. L. A FREE BAJBttUE WILL BE SERVED IN THL LAPGE TANNER'S RESIDENCE. ea-ra- Band Concert all Day by McKinney Brass Band. WJMMKHI MTH6 ONE-THIRD BE SOLD CASH PER SENT INTEREST fl FOR ONE-THIR- D ONE-THIR- D IH SIX MONTHS A AND . DEFERRED PAYMENTS LIB- - - CLEAN UP SALE OF -:- - s OR MORE IS PAID. ho;,'S. All my J.L.Beazley&Co UNDERTAKERS AND DEALMAT- AL80 ER IN FURNITURE, agricultural iiiipleincnlu in- cludinir lloosier wheat diill, I di-harrow, .wagons and uilwf fivmini! tools. AIho houuehold nml kiti'lieu furniture. THE Tenn given on day of s.ile. 0. P. Newland, Sr. J. IN Chandler A net. f., Tliib sale begins At 10 A. c Remember the Date Monday August 28, at 10 O'Clock A. M. OXFORDS We have cut the price on every OXFORD in the , ! D sharp. SMALL 0J FARM RJR SALE! -- i TINGS, RUGS. EXCHANGE THEY WILL FURNITURE FOR ALL KINDS OF BTOCK. GIVE THEM A CALL. PRICE RIGHT. STANFORD, : : Thirty acres on Neat's I'rook, adjacent t church and schoolhouse llOUKO Utul I'mnfnrtaliln tti.ro-rooemail barn. I'rlco reasonable part cush and balance oneasy terms, au Hrn mvmir. CHMS. T. WILLSON, KENTUCKY. 68S R.F.D. No. 3, Btanioro, rv. m "IT'-- T m'W rtitrirnrimwm i Louisville Real Estate and Develop ment Company D. C. CLARK. il f House. MEN'S WOMEN' AND CHILD- REN'S. Sales Managei ii WC ,i i rerkins, lit "i CRAB ORCHARD, Kentucky. wT i.iito.annnhit.iinil "" am UtCJi L. Minnouri, im visHnrvey ilnnre, David Hurti iting bin hrolher-iii-laof Allenn-illMiM Marie Miihony, 1). Carter nud son, t'.iri. Mr. Jl. her eoiiHin, is the gtliMt of vert in lVrr.vilt .for several da Miss Kllen O'Neal Seott in the (Mi'it visit Id .friends nnd relative- i Miss l.imlii Miller in bark from n eountry. Mr. nml Mik. W. II, .MelCinney, plcmtnut visit to Danville r'Jj J i mid dmujhter, Mih Nnney Kather- and friends. Her, C. K. Powell, of IiiiiKli, ine, are nt Crnh Orehaid Spiings has Wen with Ii!h father, (!jL II. for a"week'H Htay. All. mill Mr. W. V Kinuiiiil. the F. Powell iiml sister, Mm. Winfrcd AlisM-.Minnie Slrniih, Kate Witheis for a few ilnytt' visit. Mr. iiml Mr. Leslie Hopkins and Kali' F.mls mid Alfred Tlnil .Miniri'd iiopKius, m were nnioiig those from Hlniiriird (innpiiiiir, mi Irfimrtiill", nro gin! of Messrw. J. who nttenileil the HroilhiMil fair on I'liJliiy.. W. nml Uitue lliitilmnl. ! W. .11. IIitfuitiH linn rrtiiriud from Dr. K. l. Ilrotin wiih milled Klivir SjiriugM greatly recuperated, Quail Inst week to see Aliss Mnuiie nnil tiliiml folini: himself npiin aftDrown, ilnughler id .1. V. Mntwii, er liis severe illneMM. !m is ipiite ill. Alfred Pence, who was threatened Miss Koa Hurlle. ami luolher, with ntiilliliii. spent ii week nt r"ll-- ir .lining, of Stmrl'oid. viflted Mr. Spring, iiml Iiiih relumed fccliujr ,'ohu Harp nt llrmlhetiil. jihu'Ii l't(er. Kli Saxlor ami ihi, id Vyntr-hitt- n J. T. VMbvy nnd .1. T. Vi1kii.iH ieelioti, iaitil M. 0. Lewia nml jue batik frmn mixir SpMtit rnutdi family IiipI wedk. -e. "cw-htu- il, STANFORD. KENTUCKY. TUESDAY, AUGUST 22d, 1911. mj PERSONAL and SOCIAL Arirona nnil New Mexico were ml milled to ataleliood by congress on the condition that Aiioua stnkt from its constiliilinu the reeii.l of th(-- .juilieiiiry. THE FARMERS ""or A TRAINING id Sale Uo.nl Northe' am now ready tn oxehmtge llour my roller mill it I 01 II tonhrim. Charles I for wheat nt i. 11 W. S. Flth repreent only He MM and atrongeit Inturance companies. 34 t' Let him keep yuu proteetei. J Organ For Sale -- High (Inule wal nut ensed organ, worth tl'J'i; will fell al a tTHsonahle price; aUo have for sale mi olllee desk, llrst ehis- -. roll lop, has been used hut it shot I lime. Apply nt ( liriMimi Ble-- s' place, on ('rub Orelwril road, two ti(52 miles cast of Olteiiheiui. .. . ihi "I tl rwiMrj - m.. . , Tli .1 l.n-- i M than Ml mk. 4 v-ft im hm MtorMM m w- - iiMimMt. awM1-ft a eawiv ulnMy M. 'I -r Mr. hu U rf iBi VmH VmtawM. pnniuni4 11 ffMs I umi 9mmm fits vin it! lr is il !' pa iiiipmveil. W. II. MrllWK of I)HTle I. i M. rntiiml day vrifh btai brother. MeKobcrts and tl)uir relative ,r 'hjtllr,.. of VilllittHliiirt me gutt hCMwm .M. rr .,,.. .liitnie Smith nt White's Mill. w )IWiw Maude nail N'oni 1U1hom, '.(. i m-i rauoii to ii d.niiinili'. -umi rtw. tA ikmawt l I4.i iir, mmmiMnmi fcr I J. Cir O' rt'iinwal Twf ifi. " .'T Ui. it s Mtn nt-- . ' Itr! ,.' t rye. See or 'pliotie me .Silaa Meer. Morelan! 1J. 1. D i. 1. i'h M-- i b" I'ugs lluj.tn' i! e it now a lummer as well For Snlc or trnilo for live Mock, 7S a a winter remedy. It acres on eounly rond. W. tl. Aluei hat the same invigorating ler, ytnnfonl, Ky., efand strength-producin- g For Sale. 1!00 bushels of Winter fect in summer as in winter. oats, ."i0 cents per bushel. F. Kchin. Try it In a little cold milk or ler, Oltenheiin, Kj. water. I'lXtra clean nnd nice pure winicr ALL DRUGGISTS turf oats for kcciI. See NOinpks nt Lincoln National Bank. -- 00 bushels AL Heynohls, Wnjnes-burOne nice heed or office roou lor l'or snlc. J nut over W. II. Iliggins' store. (0 HO good cwi'H for sale, l'envy- house & Sous, lltistouville, Ky phone G4-- :i . For Sale Privately. A three 82. Parties wanting good seed whent iree bed room set, old fashioned nt n rensonahle price write or prone ilivnu, marble lop table, of walnut, writing mo at Hubble, Ky. James AfcKechnie ease- -, two .seclionnl hook deak singer sowing machine, ot mil T. W. Jones ,v; Co. bought of J. L. (ol. table, chairs, rugs, euituiiis pie- - Beck, a loud ot Toll Hi heifer- - In litre, nillows, ehnmbeis enejetik '.,.. shipped a load of ling- - to ( ' .IVe; ., . Walihtirrfmundollt.. iim! -- '.. i iiiiiuii ..iiitn ,ii'- - n,,i nil-- ,- i ,ft i Baivain" '' er hoilseliidd jloods. to "e; ill-- o lioiHihl n loud of ll'ilb Inken nt oltee. Air- -. Kate I'. Millet lambs of dlfti'tent pntlies nt from Hfi-OH-t- f. 03-.1g. 01-8- p. Sfotp rMtmnl llOrlllal SCHOOL FOR TEACHERS. Courees leading lo F.lenienlnry .Slnte Certificate, Intemicd- diute Stnle Certificate, Advanced State certifirnte (thii eerliflente heeomes a life diploma). All these ccrtillentcH are valid i nail puhlis schools in Kentucky. Special eours- c"' "Mi,,w "'"ses- - TL1T10N FBF.F, TO Al'l'OlN'TKKS. Two splendid dormitories, new Model School, new Mmuuil Training building. Prnctice. school, Department of Agrieiil- ture; a well cipuppcd Uymuasium. Fall lenn hegini SKI'T. 12, 1011. students can enter lo advantage at any time. Address J. G. CRABBE. President. Richmond. Ky. AT THE NEW GEM THEATRE HIGH CLASS OPEN EVERY MOVING PICTURES ! NIGHT 2,000 Feet of New Pictures Every Night For Only 5 and 10c STANFORD, KY. DRESS "We have mum just received a Mntn Strict. lrs ' ., ' ,. f" . ' - . "..s l . bcre. Umiwey, nf I'atnt IJik, BurdeH isler, Alt. John tln true! til hi M t i i Bright, Jr. Ttrodheid fmr. Little M'im Mnry Bntlej. of t'mb Mrs Im Cnstle nml little ihiueli-te- r, evcral days here Oichnnl, rH-ii- t Irene, of Covington, ami Miss Jiuihw with her gniiulfnllicr, Alpha AlhertHon, of llnrrinintt, Tenu J'. Bullcv. hitve retiiiueil to thuir homes after Mr. 4iix1 Mrs lluine lopm and a two weeks' iit to their mint, Mrs. eliililron, niiilureil ti Irmii Ioiii-vill- ti 1". Al. T'eavyhonse in the West Knil. last week nnil picking tip Mr. nnd Mi Alary I), and Aliss Lena Mrs. J. Ii. IIiiiik'Iiiiuhi here went up Ileek, of MeKinnej are the attracto ('rub Orchard fur ii short visit. tive guest of Miss Anna Chancellor. Mis- - Nannie Smith has hocn tie Mr. nnd Mrs. O'Brien Barnes, of cnct if Mi. K. 0. Aimer M Krw-Imi- Alonticello, o very limimcune bridal eouple were here last week speudiue Jailer Dink Farmer, .lens Farm- several days of their honejuioon as Far- uupsts of Miss Anna Clianei'llor. er, and Misses Hallie nnil ie mer, t this eity, nml .Mis Nellie Mr. J. C. Qsboine. of Kuoxwlle. !im1i o! Indianapolis, nttendisl Ike t SttiKlay hrn- - with his finaneee Brodhcjid fair hist week. Miss Nell Warren. ("bloc Farmer has retiinxs Mi Missis (llndys nnd AlarsTiiTrte with Alerritt of Danville, have hi en .Miests it liniiie nfler a dcliuhtful of their eoitsins the Mlses F.tln and her sister. Mrs. Ma Hutchi-o- u. Lillian Mueller. (JihmIc nml Mis Kj Mr. Nellie ! Miss Stella Kiipley. and Miss Icl of Molvui (I tell'l ami Master will entertain with a mieel-lui'isoi- s Iipi Jiwtei. is liiiIianaiHihs shower in honor of M'p-.- s 111. i lliiti'hisoa at N'eal' Creek. Nell Warien on Tueday afternoon, Mrs. Young, of rear Atteitst LMtth from :t to o'eloek. Amelia Mis NJii. N. W. Fowle, and Mi'i". Moore's, seltnol house U wry low nn and Frnnees. ("oiaiiney have livo. nml is nut ctjs'eleil to been vinitins .Mi. Keith at Alny-vill(Mr- - Josephine Klmme of Klownh Ti,iiii., - it itu- -t of her Miti, S. S. Mr. nml Mrs. Frank Whessjey of Uliuorc, n the "CermU." Cineintinti are gtiet at the home Mr. .1. M. Coffee, of near Dun- -, ol Win. Fields. Miss tieitrtiile Adanw, little ihtiigh ill,-- , - Mith IritMiiU liHre nil it h ter of .Mrs. John B. Anderson vi-- it relpleiMytnt to tVdar Crvk ill. atives. Mrs. (I. 11. Young nnd daughter t'ljile r.lmore, of .lellieo, has of Ituvvrcueehm-i- : are guests of he. to his Meter Mrs. S. L Buiditte. luimi' after n Mr. and Mrs. H. A. llnrilette. of llliele, M. I). Klinoie. j visiting his brother, S, Mrs, A. J. IJankin hint just rettini-ti- i Btirgin, are I,. Bnnlette and family. hi'ine from a week' visit to her Hev. A. A. Ilijrgiii) oof Glasgow, father, Mr. .1. 11. Katies. was here a few ilajs this week with his parents Mr. nml Mrs. . II. Wilaon mid Thomas Nnpier iiihI Allan Lout, atrhjed or stolen White W. T. fianter, Allie IMeoaants eow with red apott. nnd red neck; (if Cnih Orehard, apent it ilwy at the cropped; muleihit in one MemlMtHON Snl luki. Xu-pi- rr r I. ' .' " ' lsi ' CO HilSr " "''""" ' For Sale. WMUOH Cli-t- f. ' I II IMMKI -- OB, Mat. - .111(1 - ' Good hiirucfis, second I'lttee Bros., 118 sm k iiihI deliefe, lo ewea to J. II. Bamelimuit Live Stork liniid Co. at jeood prieeK. I t's: ,.! .lue d. 0-s- p'-n- vi-- Al'-or- . e. j -it J I Dig-.'in- -. THAT AWFUL BACKACHE .Judge Steiliug (irimos of Cureo Ti'Mis, is the guest of his luotlit-- r Will (iriiues nnd other relatives here Mr- -. W. C. (iniistead is resting ' considerably easier since her physie- -' a smi7 portion of iaiis removed 'hone from her injured ankle, which was preventing from healing us it should. i could not awttil. stand on my feet Iouk enough to cook a meal's victuals The Baptist Association hegin towithout my 4 air Ss' nearly Killing back day ior a two days' session. About me, mid 1 would liavo 1(10 visit,, is are expected. such drawing 1 could We hnvt a buyer for u farm ot hardlv bear it. 1 iiml horcnesa in each side, could not about 100 acres well improved mid stand tight clothing, and was irregular. on pike. If otf h.ivo anvlli'iiK nor t this, list it with us. lliiiihes vvi 1 was completely run down. On ad(12 if vice I took Lydia V.. lMnkham's VegeStanford. table Coinpounil and J.lvcr l'ills mid good health. It is now urn enjojing I For Sale )rivately, my home on more than two years nnd I have not had au acho or pain since I do all my Dnnvillo avenue. .Mrs. Sullie U. ...! ufrL i,!iu1itiiLr nml e,verthltnr. (i:itf !,l nnd never have the backache any more. Snulley. 1 i' llilnlr vmir tneillelliH Is LT.IIld lllld I The Lincoln County Teachers' Inpraise u to an my iiuiKiiuuri. ii juu will he held here next week, think my testimony will help others you may i.ublish it." Mrn. Oi.uk stitute will he printed Friday. 'in)1all, ilortou's (lap, Kentucky. The program symptom of organic a Uackacho If you I It is e $11,000 stock of goods wcakiieM or derangement. Lhavo backache don't neglect it. To which Btoilhead's popular merchant, fgotp'a.-manerellelf ou must reach wo-' tho root of the trouble. Nothing wo J. Thus. Chcriy is selling at know of will do this bo surely us Lydla mid below and not u $1,000 block K. riuklKim's Compound. as Ins ad in the I. J List Fridny "Wrlto to Kirs. IMiiUiuin, at was made to av Those who have Tvim. Mums., for Hiieelnl iidrloo. ever nei-- hii immense stock vfouhl liu uliHolutuly 1 I'rof. and Alrx. .1. W. Ireland mov-- 1 ed Inst week to the nivv two alary " " " T house erected by Aliss F.lleu Helloit Cured by Lydia B. Pinkhara's on her lot opposite the eity school (Air. and .Mrs. S. AL Saufley lire Vegetable Compound (5np, Kentncky. "I suf- housekeeping in the apartments for-- i Morton's fered two veara with female disorders. merlv occupied by the foimer in the my neniiti was very college. hud and 1 hail a continual tiarkacht) which was simply SHORT LOCALS. .sartj!x rmmtt W. lliihharil. the evniutelist, lu-- I jea a series of meetings at Bethel shoalhilieh on Oreen river a mile from i? OVje. HAIL For St.SO per acre I will In sure your tbacco against loss or Jumbo. The meeting will Orimes and Bell Mild 1.000 bales or two week. F.veryhody invited. damage by hall. You should have It. of timothy hay aud mixed buy to R. M. Newland, Agent. Phone 168 Buughmun & Co., at 80c and 7.V. Two volumes of Kentucky confedJohn Iiigsby hold W. 11. Cummin ' Good second rinnil btiRRlcs for nalc erate military history belonging to my father and at bargains. I'encu Ilroa. volume of Balae's nnd O. Ii. Colson a lot of seed wheat works of my brother are missing. at 85c and ISO bushels lo Bau;h-ma- n & Co., at 76c. For Snlc (Tieitp Improved .Mi- Will the person who borrowed them piense return to me. llovvnn Sniitley Scott Bros., of Goshen, sold r, llion county fit rm of 112 acres. About unexcelled IHI acre- - of virgin soil, mare mule to H. L. Hubble Seemed to Give Him a New Stomach.. l'or hurlev tobneeo. I a'm making a for .i2."i.r; he bought a pair of "I suffered intensely after eating jiriee lhat will (.ell it, f.'l't per acre. and no medicine mare mules from same for or lreaimeiit tried For full description m.d particulars seemed to do nny good," writes II. Al 6410. mldress W. F. Pate, Pewee Vnlle.v, Youngpetcrs Editor of the. Sun. L:i';e Sweeney Morgan sold 200 hess, C2 View, Ohio. "The fir-- t few do-JCy. of uv erasing 200 pounds to Krnest Chmnhei Iain's Stouim-and l.'ver Woods ami Vie Lair at tO.GO. He tablets gave me surprising relief ni.d ai-One of Lincoln counFor Sale o sold three mules jo A. J. Yoke ty's best fat ins. For particulars ad- the second battle eemed to give me le, of Tciine ee for .4G.'i. r. new stomach and perfectly goyd dress Al. L Alnrcuin, Stanford, Ky. S. A. Ballard -- old 11 calves to health." For sale by nil dealer-- .. GiJp. 'winds Walker at an itver.ijre price I ot fit'. have for sale one doen Itliode Bed Coekeiel- - cheap. Mr- -. the eoloteil melon J. 1'. Aiuler-o- n. l. Crab Oichard. W. J. Kdini-to- e. Cured by The Marvel of The Century, iiu-e- r nt Preachersville, sold Frank U. D. P. Tested for 30 Years. Brook- - .100 tine melons for the fair remember Box Coal burns l,c-- l. Hawking, splltlnc rout, breath, -- ale. vatil- - at or yellow matter permanentwe have evelii-iv- e lie also sold a ear of i.l Broilhe.td. Stanford nnd Itovvlaud. W. S iV K. ly lured with pure Botanical Ingredi- mixed litij to Hudson, of Lancn-te- r, i t Kt . ents. To prove It we will send you a B. Deuhain. for .tIG per ton. SAMPLE TREATMENT FREE Black and white -- pdtted eow came RUSHED TO DEATH. CATAKIUl IS NOT ONl.t DAXCiKH-OUto my plaeec la- -t week. O.vner can but It causes ulcerations, death The I. J., offn-- i h.ls been in died and decay of bones. Kills ambition ;et -- nine by paying for this ad, dam-nj- e on job work for the past week or so oJUn ctiut.es Us of appetite, nnd ami keep. Dr. J. T Morris. K. to -- nib an extent a- - never known reaches to general debility, Idiocy nnd F. I). No. 1. fitl-- 2 insanity. It needs attention at once. .'100 before It hits gotten out Cure it by taking Botanic Blood Balm (trailed for the b fLY NLT5 (B. B. B.) It is a quick radical permal.CHMi catalicue-fo- r nent cure because It School, i rids tho system SUN 5HDtro the J U. Batighman Live Ski"; of the poison germs that causo at Uie same time Blood Balm (B. B. Comjiany and in addition about B.) purifies the blood, does away with page sire sale lull- -, for the same every symptom ot catarrh, B. B. B. .1,(100 for the big lot -- ale at sends a tingling Hood of warm, rich a big bunch for .1. Tno- -. pure blood direct to tho paralyzed nerves, and (berry low price -- ale at Biodhcud hal poison, parts affected by catarrgiving warmth and hesiden a larje amount of -- mall job-I'l- ie strength Just where it is needed, and low price- - ami uod work of the in tills way making n perfect lasting i what yet-ll- io cureot catarrh in all Its tonus, Ul'.Utl 1. J., job department CIsTS or by oxpress, i 1'EH LAHUK bit-i, UOTTLK, with directions for homo cure. SENT FltLE by writ-luBlood Balm Co., Atlanta Ga. DesFor Sale or Kent One nice -- i FOR SUMMER DRIVING room residence on Logan .veiinr. P. cribe your trouble and tree medical advice given. Sold by bhugr ts and (W2 iiie comlort ot botb corses ana Uriv 0. Warnc ttru fliould be specially considered b) ecuriug a proper oulllt ot lap robes, Hev. I.. D. (Joocli. or Crnh Orcli-aiolanKets, tly uets anil other uccesdarl-ea sueieful hits just elo-e- d Iroiu our complete assortment ol iiieeting at O.tk (iiove clitireh with nurse koous. 'Jlore are Upbt, but V He begins a proeven addition- -. uung unU durable, single aud double --U tfT,- - . W.IS & ST tracted meeting at Wall's Chapel, a.irtitsb, uilmlrably suited to road alotiK witb a lull line ot worK near Crab Orchard on the 27th . uurnesa ot tbe best quality at flat J!1I Kd 5S-t- f 1 three-year-o1 es both ears cur; knot on side of neck. Kewiird lor return or infi rin.ition to J. S I'l-'- p King, It. I). 1. Crab Diehard. j ' Hooka for your state ami count 'Iuxim are now ready. Please enll mil -- ..ui,.. W. L. MeCnrty. sheriff. J. S. Turpin, IioiikIiI n good jersey cow from (Jen. I). Hosier for .''lo. I'M lh vreisilu llitl'liaitt -- old -- nun' iiitL'-17i to K. ('. Arnold (it "e. I'. (irimos bonvhl 1" "01b - fioni llorton at Wayne-lmi- v i, patterns Now is the time to select your school dresses. We have them nice line of Dress Ginghams in all colors and HUGHES, MARTIN & CO. Stanford, Dry Goods, Notions, Shoes Ky. TEE NEW FEORIA- -A htm i Catarrh (il-.'- We sold last year several New Peoria Grain Drills to be thoroughly tested in every way. The new Disc Furrow Opener followed by a shoe enables you to deposit grain in the furrow at a uniform depth. The drills have proven a success and we recommend them. Call and get circulars and become posted. W, H. Higgins. Stanford, Ky. You Cannot S entu-lop-- vs Change That Face, But You Can ;",-0- lli-ii- Change Your Clothes nc g -- d, J. C. McClary 'MK -- ..if W I ON AUGUST 16th & 17th WE pur-tnjse- ti't -r pi Ices. i UNDERTAKER AND EMBALMER C. McCLARY, iaa. Staiiford. Ky. Wvri rv v irtNFOHD, Ipiv I'tiona Ib7 - KY tfc WIIIV Home '1'Uoui. "FALL ANDlviNTERrsfYLES. Alv new full aud winter sample now ready fo, jour Inhpeutlou Tbey cuiuprlbe tho best ou the markei cm 4Uit nuynno us to price wiio nail his clothes inuil0 ti order. A milt . made to jour measu.e is preferable DETSY'S POINTERS: to ready made clothes. To have theiu "Molly aud 1 ngreo tlLa. counter- made to uieirmirc doesn't cost any ready made when quality good more than considered. Com0 tn and feit money and tmbbtltuto and fit Is conro from the sanio parcntb. The let me take your measure. coin and tho goods may very closely H. C. HUPLEY. The Practical Tailor rtiicmblo the genuine but behlnu them You is neither honor or nonesty will flud no substitutes, only the Pennine of standard quality at Conor We r In poiltlou todoall klndt of eon. oretlDK "'OU an lllock Work, 1'hypiiioiiII & Coleman's. snil. In Urt. w ena mukti any tlilnit from Now is tho tlmo for tltnt Ice Cream home dusu to a fewco pout. Wv ran turrr too promptly nnd itunrnnteo Freezer nud Water Cooler. Wo have work and uiaUrial. Uall and get our prlcti before you buy your umttrlal at leatt. lfl$w 1 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. AND THERE WILL BE GUESS WORK AS TO HOW YOUR SUIT WILL LOOK WHEN IT IS MADE. OUR TAPE LINE IS READY FOR NO Mc-Cai- uie YOU. D. "pJ m lrTV r I 5j8t-- . Get Ready For Cold Weather Why not havo your nouse heated with hot water? Wo have In our employ one of the best hot water and steam fitters in the state. Lot us figuro with you wo guarantee our work. W, K... i6B- - I Cummins & Wearen, jfajumlag;wr- - 1 CONCRETING flrit-olati nt them. COaUMM)ttoL UUd Ytiir letter willXM COFFEY & COLEMAN, PHILLIPS BROS., ttJJV u. E7 t THE INTERIOR JOURNAL. STANFORD. KENTUCKY. TUESOAY. AUGUST 224 llll. SECOND ANNUAL SALE Of Mules, Broodmares And Colts, Cattle and Sheep rtrJ52B V LZ-T- BA: T i AT NUNNELLEY'S STOCK YARDS, L. & N. STANFORD, KY. Sale positive. No postponement on account of weather Vnder cover 100 yards from Railroad Station. WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 6, 1911, BEGINNING SHAEP AT 9 O'CLOCK A. M. s4,240 ' ll Head-Mu- les, Broodmares; and Colts, Cattle and Sheep-1- 240 Head to get 50 MULES, 2 TO 5 YEARS OLD. mares except seven; 20 well matched pairs, including several (earns of as good show mules as our J. H. Baughman ever showed. All except a few of the youngest are well bro ken. And why not have the best? "something to be proud of. They are the cheapest in the lonj run. We look for these mules to sell cheap, quality considered. This will be a rare opportunity an rxtra team of mules, 40 DRAFT TYPE BROODMARES 20 COLTS, HORSES AND MULES 20 COLORADO AND MONTANA BRANDED MARES. These brood jnares are the right kind for mules, being the big boned Western mares weighing from I.IOO to 1,600 pounds. Twenty of the largest and best are bred to the great mule Jack. Samson, which Is the sireof more show mulesithan any jaek All the other brood mares were bred to a draft horse.. In the state from his first colts to the present, or for four years in succession. Remember, we have all kinds of mares: big, little, old and young, broke nnil u uhrokrn. and plenty. of them. "" 50 FORWARD WEANLING CALVES. 30 GOOD GRADE STOCK HEIFERS. 10 HIGH GRADE BULLS 1 to 2 YEARS OLD. 100 HIGH GRADE YEARLINGS WEIGHT 600 to 700 LBS 100 HIGH GRADE YEARLINGS WEIGHT 700 to 800 LBS "HO HIGH GRADE FEEDERS WEIGHT 900 to l.OOO LBS lOO HIGH GRADE FEEDERS WEIGHT l.OOO to 1,100 lbs - A anil bought in Lincoln, Garrard and Boyle counties and nothing but the very best quality and all good colors were especially bought for this sale. we nave necn since April ist getting tnese came legemer tor tins sale. Tins is a splendid chance to get good cattle worth the money, as we have these cattle bought right. These calves are all home raised These yearlings and feeders .11 e the best that could be ptrrr verj m We have 600 head of the verv 600 Kentucky bred Stock Ewes. mountains this season. We best Wayne county stock ewes from I to 5 years old; nothing over 5 years old and mostly from 2 to 4 years old. These sheep are an extra larne used a great deal of pains in getting these sheep up, and if you want something extra, don't fail to be here on day of sale. bone sheep; most all of them black faces and thry are fresh from 'he 2 O Oxford Shropshire We also have 20 head of extra fine & T- Southdown Bucks. Ky. Some of . Oxford Shropshire Southdown lawks from forward lambs to 4 years old. All these bucks 1 These bucks were bought from the Henry Baughman flock at Hustonvillc, Ky., and the Granville Cecil flock, of Danville, will be given on day of sale. 1 the latter bucks were imported here from Canada. arc subject to register. a.' 1 Other particulars x. a - T TT - 1m - J.' r Hmr-Tarm ijlvHi oTVJUJs. rn-out saie TjO uisauivw uue LI oi uuou. n. JU TERMS: All sums ot $50 and under cash, over this amount a credit of 8 months with 6 pei cent interest from date V. vi k'wiiv, giviug c kjajir.cjKji.3 iiwuc rui 1 ui uuoi jjaiuiuuiuiia ouuiono, mUi wiji una t'II U 1 ll....i. uo ctu ausuiubo uiosiiig A.- x.1- T- A -r x3i.uu-illYLilJ- N TTT-- m -- v , T I a. J. H. Baughman, Stanford, Kentucky, i Or stantord, Kentucky. Charles Lutes, Stanford, Kentucky. J. H. Baughman Live Stock Company, same P. S.: Beginning promptly at 9:30 A. M. On Sept 7th 1911 atP!af. place, we will sell 125 to 150 high class and business St.nft'lPl all- int. anrl xwi.jr vv xxuv frr airier no Tlirmor fnr all Hnt.Vi rlaxra nf aola miiloct This raarlTr . w. ,,r v Vx u,xV iwx 11UIDDD luuvu, .w " a-rt-GW-LV- A -- -- TT-rt- a & .xxxx-.w- x J. H. Baughman. Live Stock Company L ! M. DUNN and T. D. ENGLISH, Auctioneers f