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The Stanford interior journal: August 25, 1911 The Stanford interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images Shelton Saufley Stanford, KY 1911 int1911082501_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 25, 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. iaaargfffcjsa "are-yrff.f- t.. jrTaw VULUME XXXVIII. NO. 67. The Stanford Interior Journal. STANFORD, LINCOLN COUNTY, KENTUCKY. FRIDAY, AUGUST 25, 1911. &. EVERY TUESDAY AND FRIDAY. TEACHERS IN INSTITUTE I'om VIGOROUS ARGUMENTS HERE NEXT WCEK ,"'1,"" '" M. ON TEMPERANCE ISSUE DAYS IN STANFORD !A. AiIiuii, lnrliHill Mk. Allen, Pmksville, Discussion of Temperance Work Program for Annual Assemblage Of South District Association, of Fqur Purhvtlle, Mr. T. Cicm, on Several Brlnys BAPTISTS HAVE TWO BIG Mr .mil Mrs. K. A. lhinnoii, Mr"- - CUMMINS ""'' Mi-"- '"l'' , WEAREN'S SAFE BURGLARIZED. HUSTONVILLE j TEMPERANCE LEADER IS FOR M'CREARY i Counties Guest of Local The Con- - Urcgation Tim Stanford Visitors ll.iplist church wms In --. mi Tuesday ami Wdnondny l tin week to the Smith Diiliii't Jt.ipti-- t dl' Association, composed tin eliiulies of. llie four c'nliiilicK of 1 iihi In, Ilojlc, (1iitrn.nl hint Mrreer. ilclcynlnmit niiil the) All hint lai-i- ' Incclimf of I lie iimiii liltioll amis mill of tin most pmlituhlc nixl pleasant ocr held, friic reform fidm the elif Jeicnt ehrrche were nil good, show to hi im iiiciense in 'iiiitriliiiliiiu Hourly all the hciirlicul institution, education, temperance. irissiotis, 'Iilinli extension, etc. lion. .1. T. Wilson, or llnrr.)di- b'trg, presided with elignil.v n and wim unanimously iv-- te.l for iiiiolhwr year n wn the Niulnr and i flicicnl clerk li. II. Vox inod-I'tntMi-nli- Meredith, Siilvnui, Mrs. Hud-MSuIvipii, It. I'. I tee i ley. Humid bury, II ('. Sinilli, IlnrriMl-1iirjf- , Mrs. Taylor, llniroiNbuig, Mrs. Vul-- ( titiilj;, (l(H)rj(rt iwii, .Minn Oni Ail urn? Ilniiolbiii, Sum Hiirrett, (I rind Switch, Ihmo (iutmt, (1. Mom, i'.iiii.'!i!!i', .'. Sinothcis, tlniril Sv.ite-l- t Sum Pii.vnc Minn el Switch, It Coruihioy, Itnun-- , . an Attack Political Leaders. Lincoln By We Pedagogues Announced Instructor Ireland. field, It. I'. WiiIIm inn! It. 0. Foley. Vu.iiotlmiif, .Mr. mid .Mr. II. C. Hotloni')' Junction City, .). II. Grave ,( A p. Km IV, llMrrndsbun.', Mi. and Mis. V. V. Krwin, Lexington, Mm. Mary Wnldcii, ilrs. Ada Kur-joi- i and Mrs. Ilronu, Duimtlc, .Mrs. II. M. Shoiisc rind .Mr. Slnnise, ol Parksillc, F.thcl Arnold and Pearl Cooper, N'anuie Aiiiold, Pnmillc, ami Xitio Carson, .Morehiml, J. It. Ilnr-moi- At the session of tho Ilnptisl As socinlioti hcic Wciliiesilny afternoon eniHidcnihlc inlCret developed m i the dicittioii of the temperance work done during the jciir. A limn- lil'l of Hpcilkcn told of projfnwK of tin emtio, Kcv. D. M. Walker, pastor of the lueal Clirictiau (diurcli, who wtts pros i ill took occasion to iptcatiou thu Miiccn)y of P.x.Seualoi .McCicary n I he tdiiperauee isiuc. lie also m oreil Senator Itradley nnd cnlicis-- d O'ltcnr fol snjilii! Itimlley's clcu-t'o- u was iv it hunt a stain. Several others alo vigorously du lioiimeil llradley and the ilili.itu ipiitc auimateil iiml ucuci.il on llie topic heforc the hod, the liTiitm lliuilly shutting down on nirthei discussion mid procecdlli); II ic tlioiiht the liiecliiu ot the wimld certainly linns ionic water, hut o far it hasn't niiiicd jet. Suiidnv iiioruin services at the P.nptisl church; ntbcct "A Circnt .SmIviiIIoii.'' S. S. Drill), preaching cniec 10:15 A. M. I'nion scrvietM nt the Christina t liurcli Sunday ovuiiin:; siihjict The Sacrediics of Law. The Lincoln County Teachers' In- 'tnplit Association iiete , t, .loliiison, (IriiM'l Swiltdi, (i. .M. Perryille, .lcnuii Swooc ami PUBLIC SALE Virginia Parku, .Murkhhiiry, .Mrs. I.. m 'I lie Dmtrtol it Danville. A. Piim- - HiiotouMlle, .loc Aruolil. 01 icgistcm! nnd lnli j:radc stock at Caijii'iiter's Stock Pa im, formerMould fur the cunning h Joht Annie Speiiis, Mr. IVniik West and ly owned h.V Thox. C. Ilumher, who elected n follow. Im. L. V. Conk. 1. I.. Kennedy, Danville, .1. I.. Amler-ovt.is the I'oiiuiler and director in the Dmvillc, Kc. (). P. Hush, Uncnn- Lincoln County National Hank, of Crnlr Orchard, dohii lllniii, le will tuki Tills lei , l!ev. It. V.. H.iilrr, IIrroil"linry, (Inv cr, llrodhcHii, .Mrs. Slailfold. Ky. (t. .1. II. .lime, Stanford, A. .1. Itc Hunting illc, Mrs. Chpoii jilocc oil n, llus-lotivill- e, to Imisiiicpm apiin. stitute roiivcucs in Stanford next .vi ck, on Momlay. Auji. -- 8th, with Prof. J. W. Ireland, of this city, as instrut lor mid Prot. S. S. Ituhinsou, of Htislonvillc, nssistant instructor. The sessions will he held nt the hislt school buililiNjr. The prornm ol the Institute is in full us lollows: Monday. !l:.':il A.. M. Call to older. P. L, DeViitinniii exercises Rev. Mi nee. AddrCsft K. S. Alcorn. Itarris, lliislo-tville- liuii, Pnrksvillr. T. I), Chontinit, Miirkshur.v, Rev. MhIimii, Mnrkhury (i W. Vermillion. Dnurillc, C. S. Mi Doinnllov, Itnrgin, W. (!. Pnithur, W. llreeding. lVrry- - h.lfeville, Vircie lifter,. Stanlord. mIIi nnd .1. I' Colemmn, IIhitoiU- - .lohn listcs, Waius.liuty. 'I'lie place for the ho( an- - .lohnsoii, I turKtn. 0. It. Sallec, .Ml. Inirv. miil meeting wn not decided on, Morltih, M. Miller, Gilbert's Crk. Im! Mill he left ti the immrcitKcix of .1. T. Cliiistieii, Stanford. Kcv, and the clllirelie- -. .Mrs. . P. Surles, lluMuiiville, Mr. I., omuf. Law-- C. Cox ami wile, Klk- iciHclmn, hoi li, John Cox. Wilmore, O. I J. Ilnr- (5rvcl Svvilih, A. W. Ihul. Mil- i . iirs. ii. .1. l' rr.wille, (1 - ' Jte. 'Mid Indies of the local eongregu-tm- ii ,.nd .Mrs. ('. T. P.iiructt. Lancister, scried dinner holh elnxs of the liev. A. 0. Coker. KiiijrV Mountain. association to the visitors, of whom Itev. A. S. detlnes,. Hiitouville, L. there were prohnhly three luiudrcd V. Carbon mid wife. Moiclai.d, Mrs. Jioll'y ,(j ,)(l(.k ,lolM, ,.,. (JnJ each day. The dinner were v-imI Marv. L. Spears. Danville, Tdrs. ft l.y her side h Itenl's hay siull.oii; in lliu incnnt lorcrevm on tl.e t!. Kuuiiellcv, Hiisioiivillc, Mis. .1. D. 1 Dare siickliic.' til x out of ear-ol- d jack, Clay imirv; 1 of Mnin anil Lancaster Whitehoiisc. Danville, oritur .Mis. (',, W. It Tevis' Lmpcior; his tolls nnd the Indies curtainly did Itreeihn. Perrvvillc, J. D. White-hotisIreets have sold for fti'i to jlLTi mid (HI iheinsclvefs proud. All the dclicHcios Dttiivillc, Levi Kills, Ihiston-villper cent of his colts arc minis; lh.it eoiiM tempt the most exacting juek Im ll.inis' Itill.v Spur'tHUi .Iiffnis., niislonville, xcailins t good jennets, ood wink epicure were spread li'fore the Miller. &tiiifoid, .las. Itoss, Kiene; pair vermis irulos, i suck.ne-- l and all had words of tin St tnfotd. (!. W. llnndinj. Penvville ling mules; ,1 ,lcr-c- v hcifein with I ivhcst )iniic-fo- r of .Mr. and Mi. S. It. Coleman. the lnv:li jriade heifcalves, du- loenl ItHpli-t- n. Mi .lohn Choalnut. Danville. er. 1 vciilii'n hcilei ; r. of niiinher of prwmiHetit .Mr. John WimiiI, Danville. Mrs. P. nnd 1 ciiilnur hciler Mihicct to weanlui; iicifer ot htuh ymde the ill iioihhuiIkih werr on ImuhI !ar- - It. Cox. l.iii'Hs r. Waller ('ox, I old hiuh cmde .lcre cow tHUtglinK willi Ijittensioi. Dr. mi.' I lie aMeitioi , Ciil V. Cok, luali "ilh lieilei call, 1 In hivll.ieii and of wi.ci Miiuiva Cox Lancaster, It. I.. vrade .Icisev cow. The dams ot ihis fellowship mid ehrcr. AutolttC .Millmni, Spriiivlu'd, D, S. Svvupe, stock have all li'in old for ?"0 tot tiiem wcic Dr. Arthur V(t'r. prcsi- - MuiksUurx. It. S. Clark, Martcsliury. eli; '1 flood Jerso hulls, 1 n 1 enrs old. siilipel to leiil of Ocorvetowii Coll"i'. Iter. W, .1. .M. Cuv Ic, Texas, Mr. It. S. Scu.l-de- r. , l tiiic Slim thorn im.k cow, ." stt.-P. Powell. Scchlnry of the State MeK'miicy, Miss M.inev Waie. and - Jen Is old and ."id ewe- -. I'. .1. Writls, ol mil Itonrd, Term imule knuwii on ihi of sale Arthur Yniter, vleornc-t"u(!eornctowii. Si'ertlnr of lliu linp-liDinner on urounds. Pi rsoiis ai- AI iv. l.ix?ic Liltiell, Itiuyiii. J. ScCic-(i- n livni; ly Ii.iiii i an he coiivexed to Kducntion Sni'ii'l and M. Thornton. Mill.dKeville, .1 W, f milt fmm depot hv pilhlic couvev- of llio Southern It. V. P. P.. Milleilpevillp. Dura llestci, iiltccs. It. M. .Mimill, lniiiits- - iPHimtecr &. Son, G W D. Hill, -t- liesmiiM (i. V.. Kvttett. Introdtitilnry tnlk B. R. liubiiisou. i Thursday, Sept. zi, iuii j 1 .;iii 4. lH from Crah I uipoc of Institute J. . Ireliiinl. Mirehard, K;. ., on the Clmppell's Hup Xoon 'pike. The tollowuu: live stock will The Teachers S. S. Kohiiison. lisi.o-.i- l ol: , Piofcssion.il Tiniiiiiij; J.W. Irck-ilii-l L chestnut wotrcl o!ii , )ll,sl.N-a),rockaway and conch Studv of Childicn Miss Kale ISoIh )iore, not iitnihl ol trains or auto- cess. (lal-loniiiliile- -, ilnvcs well; Trniisiiioji fioin Student to I'en-hhay Kchliii, hrokcu to ditve, out Miss Claudia Kutoii. .if f'lnf ,ti(i , a. l. i.iir.nlit Million ha .xp'liliin;, extra nice liorsc. iiotli Discussion of Ideal Teacher Virjri! j1(ftl0,t. am sl,l,jeet to rej:istcr; Viola Dnicly. Me.Mullin. .Miss (""hestcr Jewel lm horxc. Miss Young, MissFannio Spears 1 Doninark hnmd and Tuesday Shetl.iml 'work niarc; 1 l venr-ol- d hv Iliac ponv Dcvritioual exercises Itrv. J. It it I .., '' it er 1 1 Le. w, 1 -j Jonev Course of Study Kxjilauatioii J. . Iieland. Questions Coueiniinj; Ccntrso of Studv Tcnehcis of Institute, ltccnss. Coi relation of Studies S. S. Di'-nil- v I c, e, 1 idle. 1 Itubiioii. Discussion of Course of Study Tc.iehins bodv. Xoon. Kotidini: ho-pil- lil Dmii-vil- R 1 - 1 hi icj;-i-lc- Dan-v,lle- .id hriiii, lutiodjiced by Miss Mamie Yancey DUeiisscd by Cxi its Johnson, Miss Martinet Hopper and Mi Lois Willi-. -" ti-- uitcl, 1 Recess. Spellins Mulling, Wiiiinw-- d. Mis Mni) Wilson. W. T. Ai. le. lc, n. -l Mrs. Stella Montgomory. K. Lveielt. Mr. Dolly In- Meltee. Siitiieets also discussed by the ..f the J! t ' J, Stunfoid, Loue. ltosf Jteor.V - hidf lie P. Purr. Itos,. Ihll, . It. Cox. Lau- the It. M. I'auhiiiii, lepieKCtltm , Mi-- .. W, lister, A. W. Cuid. World ltuptil It. Pennx. Danville. Mis. .1. P. Hold-- I A icvfi-tof tin in as u.k Cl.uti Collier, .im. Ciah Orchard. ii (lie llrst ilii at noon hut many Criih Orchar-1- . Addn Pr.ither. - Per could rvviUe. Mis. Will Tnttini. lhurods- 'line in lalei whoe iiaiues nut lie obtained Hind aie thus l.il.ir. 0. P. It.lsh, Laueaster, Itohhie inntllcd tioui Unit iiKis L. Penn.v, Da.iHlle. Mrs. Jtobe.t S. ter which is as follows: . t.. Iiltord. L.vlle. Danville, Kcv. T. V. floru. Ucelltll;.!. W. t'nry Ktih.ink. Itni-gnier i:. Dr. J. Carpenter structor. Wednesday. Dcvotiotiu! Dickey. exetei-e- s ( It. P. D. 1. CltAi. OltCHAKD. KY! ol. J. P. Chamllci. Aiictioiitei. i. Ke. J. J. MiirclsliuiVt W. Ik Diirluiin, Mulcts-lmi.Mrs. Sun Ditucni, lluiiu; Maie )iiiiuiiii. Iliuvin. Mis. Helen llarrod-hiup, V ' ('. S. Mc Diinlcj, HarrudsliiiiK; Mis. .1. A. t'huk, I)nnille, Jlrs Nosers, Duu-- h J. A. ("link, Danville; V. It. l.iimrd. H"M' Hill, l.imc l.iiinnl, Kosi Hill, I'lnrciKO I.olcr, Itn-- e Hill Mnttiu Lester, ltoe Hill; .1. S. Head Sr., Miiruinf J. T. WiIhiii, Hairods-liuiv- . T. Clem, PurkHiille, It. nitc. Iluiviii. ! A. Panis, Hiistouville, I.. Cooper, IIiwtoiiilli; Annie Ikixis, Itnlioii, J. P. Colciiinu, IlaiiodsliurirJ V. W. Vniix, Hnrj;iii, P.. It. Fox, Dun-i!lMrs. 0. ltrodh., Hanmlrt Mrs. J. F. Holti'cl.iw, Inicas-tr- , hinv: .1. T. lloltrcluw, Lnncasler, Mrs .Mrs. Snllic, Danville, iM. Ik Scott, Scott, Danville, M. I). I.. Cocnntiiu:!i. cr. llruiiiflehl, II. A. Uiudcttc, llurgiii, pin. Mrs. II. A. Iliiidcltc, Don- Alton, I)iiiii., Hurjiin, MrH.-ny, Danville, 0. W. Cook, lUirjjiii, McHonley, e, nnd Arithmetic Values S. S. Itobiiisou. ionic necoiiut ci'lehration of the com cttvities jnvvLcd in studv J. plction of tin Keinhnnk Dam. Mon W. Wxntt. .'.. Il, 7. ''l"''"her T"',',',r "." mid Mh, linnl hunt to ictiirn M'pteni- Its place 'in coiiisvi of study -- W. hn n ynu ,r( nmml ... T. While. .,., L,.vinuton will he t2.i"0. How it should be coticlated mid I Attractions. Sltcet and histoil-- J ajte to which it is suited. llcr-be- tt tnl .tannics, illuminated niuht piine- lte,v nobis. 'tuts, muni concert i tor prizes nunor i iru ocr hoat racei, stcntuhoat parades, dec- Tendency to ulilit.iiiati arithmetic mated moloi hoat U!iiints, Music J. W. heland. urn- nnd tl.vtn The meeting nt Pnlvideiiec church ' oralorv. Recess. W. A. ULCKI.F.It. (icm-.ihv Itev. W. (1. Koherts closed chines. Soniccs of Lessons Walter Pnsscii'.'cr Agctit. with scvcinl adilitnnis,. Rev, Koli-til- s .Mi Lucy N'uckols nnO nnd Mr. nd Mrs. A. (1. CJ rider Naturally Opposed to Chang. Miss Fannie H.illlelil. visited Dr. Ilr.tdfonl Warren mid When a new government l citab-llihcMc'.liod in primal) jrrades .Miss by whatever means, the peoplt wife. All enjoved the day. Lena Jennie New laud. Mi- ar commonly dlFWilfncd with It. Thu Lvous Lunilicr Company clos Hume Palmer, Miss Annie McKinuey, ecl wotk here for a week oil account Miss M't'lcic. t'flhe llrodhead fair. I.ot of our FINE SHOW MULES. Method in lutcitiudiiito (.Miules people iitlemled. Messrs. Ilatris & Woods, of Lin-- i 1'. 0. Oooeli, Miss Lois Willi, Mrs. C. U. Mctc.tlf died heiethe LM uhi count v, who aie known nil over Mil-dAliss Mniy Oastincati, .Mi .iflcr mi illness of thtcu mouths Kentucky as lieinj; proditccis of Ilutler, Miss Arties M'Choid yrcat show- - ami ru hl. bred niit'es, Her luishand and scvctal childicn citpttited nt Hnrroilsbiir tutr seven Method in advmiccd guides Miss Hiinivc. blues and one led out of oiht shows, Murpiret Hopper. Miss Martha lit the crcal uitile tin - vritlt u inin Ilomuiell, Viruil McMtillin. Miss Do not nllovv jour kidney nnd ler of tenuis pitted ii(;iiisl Ihcin. Yoiiii, Mis:, Cl.iudi Kalon. Co., of bladder trouble, to develop beyond anion' thciii Thouipsoii Lexington, they uriiiii walked nvwiv Noun. the tenth of medicine. Take Foley with the blue tie. Messrs. limns Kidney Pills. They itvc quick n- - Woods are breeders ot hWu clans' Or.iiiiiiiiir Its value ami why it is in the curmiUk and slop iircsularilies with horses utiles nnd jut k, in t.'.ir cin-- i riculum J. C. Httys, Mrs. It. Mitprisiiu: promptness, or sale by lv. Aiiilcrsou News. D. Phillips. & Taniter, Stanford. Shttfiirs Veil low-- lines to Ciueiiiniiti j ' t.m wa gm.n ,, t'It..t., 1t I tirc-votk- s J n. -- ie f- Mrs. James Yowcll hnu returned IroniNt vnit to her father, Mitchell President Arthur Yager, of George'inylor nt Danville. town College, Says He Will Vote Itev. W. S. Willis will prcaolt nt Democratic Ticket Willow drove church next SunPot the llurcl tiniu in iccctit years the the penis' fiiriii-listore of Cum- day at II :.'!() in the afternoon. ( Dr. Arthur Yngcr, t't s'di i mins unit Wcnrcn, was burglarised Miss Georgia Newborn is a guest College, wild.! n'lc ding Thiirclii) niuht. 'I he safe was enter-tc- 'i of .Mrs. Uoiliiiiui "Keeiion nt the iiiceting of tht napl'st Assoc nnd nbotil f'JO in cash stolen. Xo (lothinj: or jroods woio tnken o fur here this wcok, o t!..' I I'crioi (laniett Pruitt, of Dauvilhj, is the Journal Hint h vvlit suppci . an I ac can be told by llio proprietor. The lubber effected entrance by i'tiust of James Hall vote lor McCrcary far goii.or ii cittiTi out the wire lattice work Prof. Oibson, of Ihtrrodaburp, is Nov i mlmr. lie sn!d that tic die illwhich screeim the rcur windows. A pair of shaip wire cutlers was used the guest of Miss Cathi r'.ttu .Murpb.y ation of the democratic pl.it f rt' !! Miss Ada Alcorn is hoiro from u the county ami it neiit iipirluie cut throusli tit it piuiik n.nl lliu men 'he innraudcr crawled. Tho tninpin,' trip, on t!io Hudson. who, with McCicary. ritood out safe, mi old fashioned make, which Miss Margaret .Mathcwfe, of in tire convention for ".iii. inepens with a key, was opened with a bus rrrived to he thu guest of sertion of tliut plank. Tcrj oj.rnc-iit-wire, ami the inner cash box was iiNo entered in u like manner. The .Miss Loin Willis satisfactory to him, and he will Mis. .Mitchell and daughter, thief was after not bin',' but the cash, cheerfully supjmrt thu demc.ciatic for a gold watch in another drawer of Danville, ure guests of Mr. ticket, for he believes tlmt it is only which was unlocked, wu untout 'led. t ml Mi. S. S. ltobiuxon. through the success of llni ilctno- An elec trie Imht is loft Inmiinp in j Misses Amnnd.i Alexander, ot ratio paity that any temperance leg the stoic all but this evidently The lslatiun can be accoaiplis'ud. IM not '.'ivc enough lil't, so the Lexington, nnd Mattie Lee Hcwcs, Imrchir lighted a lamp mid worked of Hirmiiighatn, Ala., will nriivo oni democratic parly is llie, oily pjny on the iife with it beside him. Theie Monilny to be guests of Mrs John II. which ha ever given Ke.Uuity was bttlc clanser of his liein1? seen Itiirc. legislation, 'ji'id n leW pies-sci- it (veil if some one hnd looked in the Mrs. Charles Montgomery, of Lib- conditions, then) sc, in, no door diiriii!,' the iiisht. for he winked is tl,u 8"est of ,,cr father, T. opporlunity lo scoitrc it without it. down behiiul a counter while picking lr,'' I '!' Carpenter. the lock. jr ya3cr s an indcpoialciit voter Mr. Wcai en tedcphnitcil lor the John McChorel, of Lebanon, i.s the ,,,,,1 frankly ndmiU that In b not hloodhoiiiids soon nfter the theft guest of J. W. Ilonnker. n;s jmsIi.oh ;,uilll ,y lnrt. ,, Wlis niul i'ICV efmit 3Iiss Mary Daghy, of Danville, is t10 n.c.mt tnte rao., i, (fat will be nriile to discover the thief. the guest of Mrs. W. 0. Speed. ,;,,., is iR.i)r tilkcll by ti ,,vailt Mm). 4 rsews comes mat the sweetest lit- - 1;IU. of il0 ;IHienoiidcnt xotcr, of tl.o GOOD NEWS FROM MARION. Dr. It. It. lloiirignn and fathilv. of d,. ghl has arrived at the home of fctate, who ate convorsnn. .vu!i cu- M.tiion county, have been here on a .Mr. and .Mrs. Hill Spalding in Louis-vis- it ditious nnd me not taking hear-.-.to Mrs. Honriu'iii's fattier, "Mr. ville. She has been nnmed Kather- - evidence. II. C. Ifupley and family. The doc- ,0 Alcorn Spalding, ie.r i, n wheel liore democrnt in his jfrs. J. G. Wcathcrford nnd son. LEBANON JUNCTION t.eek of tin woods and says thai Pninei, have returned from n pleas- McCreary and th? entire ticket will nt ,;,;t t rcu,u i Cincinnati. W. S. Itose visited Ills sister, Mrs carry .unriou coiiniy oy in ieni too jjr, u. S. William lias letttiiicil j i. J 01assLOx in fel.intoril llrt of which i in excess of the normal from Pittsburg, Pa., where lie visited the week I,Mr. and iltniocintic innjonty. Mr. Howard C.ttmiitz. Mrs, H. Powle visited iii Lotiis- ' . Ploxd Wright passed thio' bete xil' Tuesday Hay fever asthma and summer colds --jonilay CI1 nmtc t(, LiI,orty fnim j Ml.. Jt H Ki.kland and children 1I11K I I'lO IIH1"1 III ICIlt't ll lUiri " '" "".kin nre visiting m Junction City 'his eironev and Tar Compound will do Mr. and .Mis. Sidney Adams, of xTcek. it. P. .M. Stcwail 10.14 Wolfram St.. Chicago, vvtite: "I have been great- - liii iniimh.iin. Ala, arrived Satuiday Conductor Green Swanner is lourly troubled during the hot summer hu the guest of his sister, Mis. ing the south for a few dnvs. He months wtb hay fever nnd find that ,,-.- . n v.... i ...i i.... .i.:. y. , ,i;ui:4ii uuil oiliur ll'lllinc, .vill visit Mobile, Xc.v Orlci.ns and tiv tiKiiii- oluv lIon.v unit Tur Cnm- cre 1 get Atlanta before returning. olh- poiiuil print lelief." Manv t Mi5 Edna Markinau is the guest The ladies of the Cntbolie church nice. Sold by SJtugur ix. Tanner. Isaac. eis who suffer similmly will be glad Jf Mr. and Mrs. J. gave an ice cream social last Mon- ,, irr, ll IO llCIICltt Vll. MfW.trts expon- r..u,r,rn T?,.i,l..,. ,.f X,,. .. ,.4 :..i l.. I. ............ a i! iiiiuuciiii iiji.nf niueii .no Jtiitclion City, are guctb of Jfr. and success. Activities involved tiaincr of The lltillitt County Dnplist Asson.isiu; ficssjou in wnttcii Mi. J. P. IlilTe. Je-- i' Kout, of Tuinersville, is ciation lnccts here Sept. lit nnd 14. ami spoken l.iii;iiiige lto-cwith the home folks for a few dax. A piotiaeted meeting; begins tit the Whceldoii. Mi .Maigueiite McCormnck is lktptist cl.urch hcic Sept- - 1", ii Coticlalioii niul place on xiiting fiiencK at Liberty. . Wo- - is juogiessiug nicely on the unci value in 'ouiso ot Dr, IMwnnl Alcorn is visiting in new .Masonic hall which, when comstudv Kl;nir (iillilaud. Louisville thi week. pleted, will be second to none around Liuplia-i- s on Svntax "IiimI I.itcra-tui- e Dr. and Mi. Catl Wheeler and here .Mni tin. V. C. K. (i. son sou have returned to their home John W". Xewland went up to ltrod m Lexington after a pleasant visit iCad Tuesday nf ler his boys, Ernest If ee . es Wheeler. to Mr. and nli Samuel, who have been with Laiiu'iiagc and couiposilioii Miss James Hall delightfully cnteitain- - ,ilcir grandp.iicnts, Mr. and Mrs. G. Leu. i Palmer, Singleton, Kltc ee! lust evening for his xisi- - H. Painter, since April. Alice It.iukiu. Mamie Yancey. tor, Mr. Gainett Pruitt, of Danville. Kail Pointer, who is emplojed by Thursday i Miss Marv D. Keniicilv the tho Dm hum Cola work nt E'towti. M, D. Itev. Devotional exeici-- c tuet of .Mi. A. J. Admit. I hcic with his father. J. J. PaintWolkei. v I (attic Lipps has leturucd to Mi er, sulleiing with a bone felon on his Geotriiiiihv-r-Mis- s pcttu, Took I), Vashille. bund. Lsi), Lansing L.inb.tiu, Mr. Wol- Mis Itebccca Lvles Hiitchiuson. J. W. Xewland. of Ibis place, went foid, Miss Iloltzclnvv. of Xeptou, Fleming county is the at- to Crab Orchard last Kiiclay to atHistory Itev. Palmeter, Vngil Mca. tractive guest of Miss I'essie tend a reunion of the Xcwlnud famMtillin, Mis Pinnces Xoith, Air. ily then. E. J! lieiinett. . Misses Lucy and Mary Hlain, of xisitec her Miss Alene Itiirnett Oigauiaticiu of teachers association Louisville, nre guest, of Rev. C. It. cousin, Miss Minnie Qitiggius last Xoon. Plain at the Hotel Weathorford. week at Eluabctlltown. ' ivic Misses Roberta and Susan liliiin Values, loirclnticnis. etc S, S. are visiting friends in Stanford. All ordinaiy case of iiiarrohcn caa Itobiiisou. Buy it now. Now is the time lo P.ogh) Doe l)rje nnd Miss Hlnek Tendeiwy, text books, olc J. W". left this xveek for Coltunbin to visit l'liy a bottle of Clininlicilain's Coli-- , Chaleta nnd Diarrhoea Itemcdv It eland. relatives during the fair. it. almost certnin to bo needed befoiu Discussion. Mrs. Louise Hlain, ok Louisville, llie summer is over. This rcindv Physiology an Robert Waller Hlain, of Dallas, has no uperior. For utile by all deal H.vgienc Dr. J. C. Parker. Texas who have been guests of Rev. ns n rule be cured by .v single dosi (lint Dr. W. H. O'D.iiinon. CR. P.lain, left Wccliii'-i'.a- y Santitation .'or Lou- of Clmmbeihitn'H Colic Cholera etc Dr. isville for a few weeks, before leav- Dinrrhoea Reined,,, This remedy lias Anutomy Tbeiapciitici. no superior for bowel complaint'. W. X. Craig. ing for Texas. For sale hv nil dealers Friday. Miss Lulu Wheeler left Weiliies-cla- y itev. Pnlinetcr Devotional e.xeicisf for Nashville when she will v iH begin at the Christian church, (onducted by Rev. E. I!. Unities, of Agiiciiltur.il mid vocational training leach this term. Richmond. W. iieland. J. Services will he held at Helle Wheeler has reMiss Anna Teaching aims unci purposes Rev. turned to her home nt Mnxsville aft- 10:"10 o'clock each lroining and at Pnlinetcr, S. S. Robinson, Miss er it pleasant stay with Clins. Wheel- 7:.'I0 each evening. The ievival will Jasf about two weeks. Salliu MeWhoiterMiss Rvn Tny- - er mid family. Rev. W. S. Willis has just rettirn-i- d Mr. W M. Stodgliill returned to lor. divisions, lrotn the Glades chinch in Mudi-so- n hi home in Chicago Monday. count wluye he conducted a 12 Friends of Mrs. Prances Cabell licport of committees. in si cut All teachers are expected to tnke uill ri'giet to hear of her illness, mid days' uieeluig, resulting good for the Master. Then were 'JS n'l wish her n speedy recovery. part in the discussions of the On Sunday a protracted meeting tulditiuus. Rohher Cuts Wire Lattice on Rear Window, nnd Effects Entrance to Store After' Money. ni Oc(i-jeto'vflat-footed Lcx-incto- n, Lu-ul- c, iii-he Itin-pcriiiy """. "-- w- ,v oe pto-'iai- Mr.-Chail- Wor-thiugto- 1 --- Debate--Education- al WHHMCIJMII IUMMMI THE INTERIOR JOURNAL. STANFORD. KENTUCKY. FRIDAY, AUGUST 25, 1911. Low Cuts GREAT REDUCTION SUMMER - fllEliVlERIOR JOURNAL Established 1872 HELTON M. 8AUFLEY,... Publisher 1 - At A At A YEAR 8TRICTLY IN ADVANCE titan-ford Entered at the postoftico at ns second class mall. I The quality of our No. Fancy Patent Flour made from the new wheat crop, will please you. If you are not ready using it, order a sack from your grocer. On sale at all grocery stores. I V James Onrnett. For State Superintendent or Schools Hirksrt.xlo Ilamlett. mule colt from .1. ('. I'ord for $110 Miss Dove Harris, of Danville, is us. IV ComniUBloner Agriculture J. W. lo be token the llwl of October. iting her sitcrs, Mcdatnes. J. ('. Nowraan. Foi Clerk Court of Appeals It. I Mr. James Huhhrd, the excellent and S. H. Anderson. Miss Mary Greene. Mnr-ucriFor Ital.ro.iM Commissioner W. F. blacksmith of this phue, sold to a Phillips, of Lebanon is Miss Klalr. Kinnnird's guest. Miss VirOiirrnnl county man a lino driving For Circuit Judge Clmrlcs A. liar-and bought n nico ginia Benxley is nt home nfter a horse for din. jouiil' nunc from his father for .flfiO visit to her aunt, Mrs. Wm. Hays, of FOR REPRESENTATIVE Mis Mabel Mel hue is isitiiig nt Stanford. Miss Lena McClure, of William II. Shanks announces hlb from home after a verv successful week Somerset, has been the recent guest Iteprcsentatlvo candidacy tor Lincoln county, subject to the nction f Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Champ. Mrs. of school at Mel online J. ot the Democratic party. Jessie, (he partner of Mr. Ja. Sarah Mos and daughter, Mis Mr. isiting Talk about your rule or ruin poli- Hubbard, the blacksmith, has moved Lcniiic, ntc in Middlc-hor-o, Mrs. Dr. Kvnns. Mrs. Ada Kinuinrd Courier-Journisn't lo the shop tlmt Levy Kelly loft I tlic tics. is in Cincinnati. Mrs. Chniles Anwhen he tnoed to Mnrlwbury. playing tint gnmo to the limit, we're derson and children, nr with Mrs. Marse Honry could blind. Because LANCASTER J. H. Ynttmr in Maj'sville. Hon. 0. not tlictntc the democratic platform, D. Florence. f StHiiford, was u vislus paper now reprints ull tho Mis Mar-sqrtho itor heii Wednc-tlaUnion services were held knocks on it that nny LM sheet in has relumed from i Shuitar the stale may hand out. Henri and .nrk Sunday evening. Arnold has just purchased vsit to .Mrs. Joans llucker nl can't stand the. galT the C.-Miss Virginin Conn, of when hey lose. Their attitude may a handsome auto in Cincinnati is the guest of Mr. nnd Mrs. help more than it will hurt, however. Klder i M. Tinder has closed a lames Conn. Miss licrln Jenn Fenvery successful reial at Kirks-illny, of Stanford, hns been the atMr. VTuttcrson said in the demo-nratwhich resulted in 13 additions. convention that he would "fol- He left Monday lo begin a meeting tractive guc.--t of Mifs Lcttie May Mclfobcrts II. L. Davidson bus low M'Creary to hell," if necessary. at Flntwood, in Madison county p to Tuln, Oklnhomn, nfter a From the venom of his recent edito-liMrs. James Anderson, aged ."iO several weeks' visit to his mother. remarks about the nominee for j ears, died nt her home on the Fall Mrs. Carrie Davidson. governor, since the latter euceeded Lick pike, after a lingering illness of in his desire that the convention inrancer. one is hurviveu ny our JUMBO CAMP, MEETING! corporate the county unit plank in and was a Mi-- s Hrcedlove be the plntform, it looks from here that fore marriage. Commencinn September I, 1911 Run Mnrsc Henry has decided to go on Miss Marguerite Kmuaird cntcr- nlng Ten Days. his lonesome. to the warm place by taineil at n card party Wednesday 1 DAILY K MLF.TINOS THIil her guest, 10 a. m 2 p. m.. 7 p. m. With O'ltear pi caching temper- afternoon in honor of Phillips of Lebanon. A MINISTERS: ance on the stump and Uiadiey and Miss Mary ilnintv luncheon was served. falHKV. J. 1'.. WOOI.ltlDGK. h'ussell Langlcy dealing with the l.quor alCntds have been received here an- Spring-- . lows on the quiet, it looks like they .. .. , : both liouneing mat Mr. i rnneis i.humni HEV. BOBKRT McGOWAX, Glashave the game all et to piny gow, Tiisti-o- n and Mis5 Gennevieve Gib ends agnim-- t the middle again jn- -t Co. Kv weru married Monday in licv. II. C WiUoii. of Ihif-e- ll l'oreh like they did when they put WilUon son Song Lender. The bride Cine'mnntl. the citv of over the plate hnve been m - a popular joung teacher of Som- Some Other Mini-te- rs ited and will be looked Snllie Those few who question the sin- erset, and hns been Miss Jumho Camp is Located. gue?t on several occasions; the cerity of Mr. McCrcary mi the temIn Lincoln county, Ky.. "i irile' from STANFORD.KENTUCKY. to overlook the grnoni is a teacher in the Somerset perance Slnnford. nnd 1 miles of McKinney, fact that it was at his insistence High School. near tho hind waters of Green rnei. was put that the county unit plank Stanley Hcid Wells, the little four- - Plenty of water and good tabernacle And :u the democratic plntform. son of Mr. and Mrs. Frank lunch stand, etc. McCrenry was the first govvernor in ear-ol- d Those wishing to stay over niu'lit Kentucky to approve n local option Wells, died at the home of his pa- to tuber n short can set lodging cheap, eloe law. icnts at Bucna Vista, after nai-lt- . ate fee 15 cents; children illness of typhoid fever. Much sym- under 10 years free. There are a Judge O'Rcar says there are 70,-0pathy is extended the bereaved pa few rooms to let to those who wish purchaseuble. voters in Ken-lue- y. rents. them. How does he know? Is his 'NATIONAL BANKS The Object Miss Fannie Tinder was the recipcampaign manager negotiating to regeneration In The State Of ient of much social attention while Of these meetings is the buy tho floaters over tho state by of -- inner-, and snnctificntion of beKentucky. on a recent visit io Lexington. Misslievers. Come pr.ixinc God to pour tho wholesale? es Margaret and Ilune Milwnrd en- out the Holy spirit upon th- - people tertained nt a beautiful dinner at nnd civo us the best meeting this Only Nine on Nation a DON'T BE TOO GENEROUS. We thought thnt bunch of IlaptUts the Country Club for this popular year that Jumbo Camp has ever had. Roll of Honor. would bring some water with them with the cement, lime, etc., you get and Mr. John Yarrinuton MEN! And it began raining here Thursday. oung lady from u. Remember teat all our build gave a delightful picnic nt the tat materials are mucn stronger than the ordinary and you can therefore Miss Tinder being the honor MORELAND use less than ordinary quantities. If we'll tell you Just how to guest. irou like mix them to get the best results at Bright Herring sold Samuel An.Mm. Ada Fishback and daughter, the least coat. Come in ana asK us. of Mt. Vernou, were the guests of derson a 1200 pound steer at 4 Ic. A ALIEN, Stanttrt, Ky. Thomas Chappell, a widower, aged Mrs. II. B. King last week. Mrs. It. W. Schroader, of Living- f2 years, and Mrs. Jane Smith, a We are in receipt of letters from ston, hpent a few days lust week widow, nged 38 years, were united Mrs. Eva Gaskins, 304 Madison St., It One of Them in wedlock's holy bonds. Topeka, Kans., and Mr. P. II. Gavel-lawith her aunt, Mrs. G. B. l'ruitt. Wagoner, Okla., as well as many J. B. Walker, a native of Garrard Mrs. Minu Ilriilgewalcr and Mr. Capital $100,000 others, telling about the wonderful reand Mrs. Henry Ilridgewnter are and for many year- - n resident of sults they have secured in the cure o Surplus . $100,000 Ihe guests of Mr. and Mis. George tbii county, but now liwng in Mndi-frotheir stomach and liver trouolci bv hns .proven himself tho finest the use of Dr. Caldwell's Syrup Pep llimn. AND HANDLE LIVE AND DRESSED e Corner Next lo Mr. L. Shadoau is taking lib, meals blue grass seed producer to be sin. POULTRY, ERGS. ICE, COAL, Thl nmtlv. as nil readers tlouMlcss Ho recentlj ship-p- d know, lius been lieforo tho putllo lor a nt the M'Cluie Hotel while his wife found anywhere. HIDES, FURS. WOOL, Stanford, Ky. generation and Is now belnff more ex. SALT. LIME, GINSENG, lO.OOP bushels of faced to S. (.'. lenslvoly mod than any other remidy i her mother at Tateville. FEATHERS ETC. bowel com' for stomach, liver and rcllablo testiMr. Harvey Hopkins, who i ilicnt, of Lexington, ranting in plaints, According to very quick and mony, it neems to bo a was at prieo from $1.50 to 1.0.j a bushel. lasllng euro tor coniiipauun, mutt;"-tto- n tc.iching neur Sianford, trouble, and dyspepsia, liver stomach, bil- m T. J. 1'rico, Sr. sold a pair of Kas home Saturday and Suiitlay. Roughen the Old Gentleman. iousness, headaches, sour stomach, drowsiness after eating on Sho was tho daughter of a botiemlan mules to 11. L. Hubble for and thosimilar disorders. It Is a lluulj"Vlr.f Uil' Jetinine.-- . is olenn'mg out peer, whoso friends wero various and so and with tonic effect, andrliltil mild well gen-n 4!i0, and five head of .i in .i.H.11 Mint n nl nl varied, and she had decided to go up-- f hi well. PHONE 153. person can tnke It. In fact. It Krown on the stnge. The parental tempora Mr. Leidic Hopkins and family, of l.jhnils to the simo Irndeil lor itUlll. jjas no equal for children, womon and ture was rising ns tho parental tongue LoiiUmIIp, uPnrSus'ts the flow of are vikiliug his mother, W. A. Price Fold n pair of Julco. remonstrated. "Hut," tho daughter retrains the n nnJ y nni(Peculiar action to H.Hles lo 11. li. lliilililn fin- yiio. T marked with all tho brutal aptness ot Mr. Hob Hopkins. aealn do nowei muscles Momacn naturally, and In tlmo mdl; their work an jouth. "1 wish to marry, and so I'm I. lri.... enlil a pair of '.veiir-ol- d rite meeting thnt has been in pro-:rehinda can be dispensed Cnfg ot going on the stage Hero at home 1 v : free sample bottlo can be hau lor nbout two weeks, closed on inuhw to his brother. . A. !,!,... by sendlnic your address to meet no one decent; there, at least, ror in AND h UNDERTAKERS ,tor tJliU. V . A. Tunc snlil a pair k. doctor, Oavellas inn way shall bo able to meet people ot my Itistt Snndjy night. Mr. and many others learned of tho cure. Uiter. when own class." mules to William nrst DEALALSO g Stewart Hanson bought Mr. II. ,f x ear-ol- d remedy you need, do LTIII For Governor Jnmcg U. McCrcnry. Kor I.leuL Rovenier B. J. MrDemictt For Treasurer Taos. 8. Mica. For Secretary of State 0. V. Crcce mis. Kor Attorney (loneral - ville, Virginia, their old home where nnd children, of Biirboiintllc, nro they will spend nbout three weeks guests of Mrs. Mary Tnylor. Mrs. Georec Lusk and niece, Miss GludjH Uniting relatives and friend Mr. It. 1 Shew maker, the local l'risbic, nro visiting Mr. and Mrs. It. agent, boueht of Miss Jemimn V.. Hughes in Louisville. Mrs. I'.lirn-bet- h Cheniiiilt, of Lexington, is tne Haley n ery desirable home. He will move into it nbout the llrst of Cncst of Misses Mnrthn and idlcn Gill. Mrs. George l'nttersou and September. ' Miss Mary Hanson left hut week daughter, Miss Grace Helen, left lor Cnclmni, Va., where she will at- Wednesday for a protracted stny tend school. She will fn mimed with relatives in Siiblelle and Miss ('nllic Ailauis is visiting verv much by her ninny friend-- . Mr. J. C. J'onl is out again after Miss Lee l'rathcr hi llichmoiid. Miss being kicked b ya mule n week or Helen Thiiimond has relumed to her home in Hore Cave after several two ago. Q. T Timbcrlnke bought n weeks' visit to Mrs. I I). Simpsdu. Mr. A lS. REMINDER It is a little early, we admit, but just to Chi-tiig- n. COST Stanford, Ky. le 'iO SAtyl ROBINSON SEE ME al vn-in- nt At Once and Get My Prices on MASON'S FRUIT JARS y. Ilieh-luon- d. J. e, 1 L.L. mm F"LOU RT J. H. Baughman & Co. Quart tin cans, 30 cts per doz Crab Orchard, Kentucky. 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 ever shown and that is saying a great deal, for we always show you the good ones. Come and Look at Them Now and buy ; e, ic al When you Get Ready. ooooooooocoooooooooooooooooooooooooo H. J. McRoberts. Stanford, Kentucky. l- 1 is' fr. 144 Bring Your Prescriptions r Here To Be Compounded When Ues-ervo- ir, Lincoln County Free for Stomach your physician has pre scribed a medicine for you to tale, the next Important step Is to have that prescription placed In the hands of a thoroughly reliable nnd competent nhnrmacUt so It will bo compounded exactly ns directed. We have gained on enviable reputation for always being very careful and painstaking In our compounding nnd feel that, In nil justice to your own cood health, vou should bring your next prescrip tion here. Here, too, you will find n complete and Inviting display of toilet articles, rubber goods, soaps, perfumes, toilet preparations anil an sianuaru roracuics. For Interior decorating wo carry and recommend ALABASTINE, tho beautiful wall coetlng . Call and see samples of tints and ask us about it. PENNY'S DRUG 8TORE. J. 1-- National Bank and Bowels s, -- 3e5SHsbP Stanford, Kentucky ft ant Produce We H. B. Norlhcolt T. K. Tudor. Mgr. J t -:- V n, Coiirt-loUs- - CLEAN UP SALE OF - OXFORDS ! BBSSBSSBSiasBBSSBBBSSSSSSMasaSSSSSISSBWauUMiOSSaSSSas9SSStltSSSSSBS We have cut the price on J.L.Beazley&Co ER IN i is every OXFORD in the House. MEN'S WOMEN' AND CfllLD- REN'S. 1 .i-- FURNITURE, MAT. SMALL FARM FOR SALE! Thirty acres on Nenl 8 Creole, ad' intent to church and bchoolhouso. houso and Comfortable th. I'rlco reasonable rart email barn. cash and balance oneaFy terms Address owner CHS. T. WILLSON, 68S R.FO. No. 3, Stanford, Kv. TINCS, RUGS. EXCHANGE THEY WILL FURNITURE FOR ALL KINDS OF STOCK. GIVE THEM A CALL. PRICE RIGHT. KENTUCKY V. Tate's farm near Hiiotonvillo and will take possession in Septeiii-U- r. He has been living near More-hin- d for about bovon onr and his n iinv friends nnd neighbors regret (i gjie lilm and lim family up. Mr. YV. Y). Hansoii and James I ' ft ln( nr, f . 1 IMmphrics for 130. Miss Minnie Ilown has rcurned from a ?hoit Visit to Nieholasvilo frimul. Miss Siibio Hilton is in i ,ii..... i ,r :.:.,.. ....- - T .f Cmr. .u-,m,.,.......K !..MNs Konna 1'lmore is enjov- m n stav' with her n.lllt. Mr. Mill- 11 '1 - I' .'. f P r, ,1.1,.,. ,atl,nej ttl a &? ;;$&& IIQ lt the ""' M'ohlU w. ..- -.. XX? IW& I i ilo dlseasua fiver n ml bowel nin.Muiisvi for over forty years and will be pleased Butiipct the to (five free nnv niivirA m ttiA writ nro weicomo iif enkrwo.' Alt for the medicalto tdvlci lilm. Whether ip ttiA frsn mmDia a.udrjsii hlin XV H. Caldwell, 40J Caldwell building purchaso of his remedy ends Ti.r W. E. Perkins, CRAB ORCHARD, KENTUCKY. lr 1 Montlcillu. 111. ' h vj v s AL. STANFORD. KENTUCKY. V, FRIDAY, AUGUST 25, 1911. A TRAINING "HT FOR TEACHERS. Courses lending lo Klementnry State Certiflcnle, Intemicd- dinlo Hlnte Certilleale, Advnnred Statu certificate (this rcr,inpnlc becomes n lifn diplomn). All thee rertiflcnlcs nrn inlid i nnll nnlilii Mrlmnla !, t.ni..l-,-. ..,a. icw cour8eH TL1TI0N' FREE TO APPOINTEES. '"' Two splendid dormitories, new .Model School, now Alnnnnl Training building. Prnctico school, Department of Agriculture; a well cipiipiicd Oymnnsium. term begum ,.,, ,.ntor ntUni.lngc nt 1J, f . Students any time. Address J. G. CRARBE. Prlilpnf. Rlrhmnnrl lu SCHOOL Mr. Lcslio Slonn is spending n few weeks ut Klixir Springs, Miss Stella Ilnln vIhiIciI Alius Hoh-h- o L. It. I lushes spent Sunday in Ml. Spoolininorc. Vernon with ntivci. .Minn Klim Diuiglilery is very low MMillrMxirn, Mrs. Lily Wnrren, of nnd not expected to live. is line with rolnllves. Mr. .1. V. cey U the j;iir--t of Dr. llurilette Ifninsey nml wife of I'niut I. irk, hnvn rented nml mocl LniiruitiT friends nnd rilnlivrs. to Iho property of I. (1, Wnnrt-- on tiny J. ('. Hohinion cnt . Whitley nt Onili Orchnrd Purines tliii week. Air. D. II. Spounninorc, of Mr. J. K. Hni'k, of nilhurt'n t'roi-spent i few dnys vith thn (.icnt n IV w ilnys villi Iter mother, home folks. Mr. .Mntic Xeius. r nvi-ntieClint-tnnoo'.'- ii, PERSONAL and SOCIAL SHORT LOCALS. W'c hnxi n buer for n rnnn nt nhont J00 ncres veil iinproed and on pike. you linn miylli'iiK net I Me this, liM i( with us. IIiu-Iufl'Jif Cnrlj, Stnnford. If machines were hardly thought of, nor was Now A few years ago flying h Scott's Emulsion Emulsion is ns much a summer ns a winter remedy. Science did it. I j A. Tyree, foreinnn of a condole construction crew, is stationed nt Rowland, whero ho is super-- i itemlinjj the erection of new' Minnie iilaitinciils for a new railroad bridge, which is one of five Iho L. & X. will noon put up. .le-s- i) UlcU6 q-- .-i Nnfmol llUlIIIal Wcdilini; presenU in preal aru--ly- . W". II. .Mueller, Jeweler. (I7tf in summer. Scott's Alcrnn )iiys .i Lincoln fol- 1 1 1 All DmnUu loimty polilieifiii in Ins lows: u nice compliment Kews, as For Sale Second hand wirgon; as (171 f qood as now. I'cnco llros. For Sale Aly AT THE NEW GEM THEATRE HIGH CLASS ! 'i up from, In-in country Ihhih vlrtiiidus Tenn,, Ihis wek wild (liu nt Airs. J. Y. honor of her ijui-tt- , l.onw folks. of l.ehiinoii Jutii'tioii rind Airs Mies Mnllie Diuigherty hn return.looeph O'Donnell, of Danville. ed fiom n plensniil visit to friends I'rol. M. 0. Winfrey, of Aliddliw-lior'in ComiivIoii, Xmvpoil iiiul Ciin'iii- miis here Tliiirxdny en route Mill to Adnir county to visit his mother, Pick Si'inlilor linn heen ipiilo ill lie viih formerly principiil of the ifor M'Veml ilnyn nl hN home in Stnuford Oruded School nnd Iiih here. iiisiiy frii-ndI iiiipreMumiti llrmuy Helm t'limu Mi. Chini D. Tniylor nml dnitgli-tc- r, in Wednesday fruin Washington, the Aliss .Willio Gordon Trnjlor, who cxtrn mhi f CwSr liiiC h.ive lieeil the liiniits of Ah, hull V. Ilxr in C'nph Ort'hnrd, Inue Mr. nml .Mr. Sain Itntriitioti mid to their liouio in Iticlimonil. little ilmtglitor, Fmlii, nm Uniting Miss I'rnnkie Doty Trnxlor, uhn lmn Mr I.'oImiimhi'm l.nitlitT nt London heii po4idiiisr Iho Milliliter in Crnh mid tnkuvg in tlio fair tills week. Orehiud lolurued villi litem hiiiI Mill f!wifxi I IVitny imn in l.aximc-In- n klail to in Sttetnlier Wiltipilny attending tlu meet-- ti Airs, hnm .1. lliiit-nnd lirtjjlil litMlii- - Fifth Appellnlp DiNtrict tle children, returned to their home u In monrnlM' rnnniiittiT. ir ( liiittnnoogii, Vcdnedny, niter u Willintr Yiini'i'V Kruiii. Iho pool f visit to Air. Itnreh's moth-- i eek, ncII- It'xiiiKton, wh hen' thi r. Air-"- . Alary Iliireh and fmnily. Ki:i I 4 liooks. Airs. John S. B.uijjlnimii, of D.m-illi- -, Mr. T. ( .Inxpor. of I'lnno. IV-mim the nue of relatives heru nnd Mrn. T. II. Coleman, of Dnn-ull- during the Hnptil Asociatiou. . It. Hill, nrcyciiustH of Mrs. (lerlnnle, the little daughter of Shepherd Cool! it the Airs. John It Auderou eoiitinuci a IUs Mnry nttriieie jjuest of Miss I.ney Mc-- ( liiii(.'eiouly ill luro ut Somerset. Alits Utitli Yorix, of Unrein, nt Mr- -. I. M. WVnh'i Hold Iuih if- tended tie Aoxoeiatiou, and vnri the tnnird to her lioinii nt Livingston, ptioxt of Air. and Mr- -. .1. D. WY.it en. here nnd (.iter n i"i( to i ninth Air. .1. It. Darr, of Ko,e Hill, Alrr-ec- r nt I'nrkMxilli'. V. D. NYvhind county, Mr. ('. .1. I)or-- j nnd little diinuh-li- r, Mid family. of LoiiUville, tin- - pneeU ol her Word linn hceii uccieil here that I.. I)nwiii father, dud .i hoii Im's nrrived nt the home of Air Mrs. I.. IL Kihw nnd eliihlmi tiro nnd Alr. John Hale (l Knrr-H- H vtaling Mi. TutHRKi on tho llimtoii-vf- ll Wlllmiil llellilKe J lull'. The t'l.lllm I.. Wenren I Invito r Tiu-sdn('nl-liihno, y. no, Alrs. Oiln Tliinirpsoii One nice heed or office rooti for vent owr W, II. liigiiins' lore. (( J home on t n ee hed room M't, old fashioned divan, uiiirhle top tnble, of valuiit, two seelioual hook fuses, wriine I inn now In osBliunj;e Hour ilosk singer soving mnchine, of oak for vhent nt my roller mill ut tot, tabic, chairn, ru'-- , oiirtnln- - pir- ill) Chailes Kusslin. lure, pillows, cIiiiiiiIk-icnecio W. S. Flih represents anly t"e net l..iihii Wdilium muiidolhi. and ''.'., and strongest Insurance companies. ir household a)ioos, llarpiins ' Let him keep y"u protested if laKen at once. Air- -. Kate 1. .Millet Main .SHeet. Orgmi For Sale lliyli fJradi- wnl-i(!7tf dy s 3-lid-.'l. cn-c- lliiu sheet. Alls. I,. I!. Cook. 'n(liiii lower once For Sale Privately. A three 2 U, , Mfitn. otrlo. In IIm. tmlY COMktttutluriftl rur on lhe mafhft It I taliffi Intrnarfir In dfM lnm It in)t I ft trvpninfiil II art illrrrllv in lit tkie m. TW rllrf en, tna miuwi tMirfarm of Ul I lll" to nin. heuf HuMrM rtiun air tut anl 1 CUI.M') CO. fi.lr.kJ.OLIa Art'lrr. iI 1M; will orjriui. worth For Sale. (load , second liniul ill nl a prieo; also lise vngtoti and harness. Fence llrn., for unle mi olllee ilsvk, first cIhom. f. ridl lop, lias been but a flout Hook" for jour ntut mid count;.' lime. Ajiply at ( hri-liItle. Mnxtn nre now ready, l'len-- e mil1 plnee, on Cnih Un;hurd load, tvo ami settle. W. I.. AleC.irty, tW'2 miles east of Oltolillfim. Tn volmm-- of Kentucky coultd-urstd( th run? Ij I1ipx a mihtnry history belonmnir to r, k. ClWll li iHHrf hIM N.i tl CIm. Ht tb. .llpfNM.-- ! t "fm JtuT ff tt njy latlier nnd I wiluine of llalac'- Iism- at ooiti m txttin4-- l it a iMir jrrrir-lonl riiH.MM. ami In rfmtMI) III IA cork- - of my brother are cn fwi ni toiAi irnAlmMit, prnMMHMnl it uwurtlir Will the person who borrowed them en rmwIMulhn iemrr u pentfi rUfrh Xn .! kv- ii.xtautKNit trratlMlil Hull ffelirrti nllurnl liv I J. thrnr) ptense return to me. llowiiu Sunt le -'iU-tn-- eil nn ' s e fcA We notiee our old Stanford friend Mr. will bu u tiii'il!-dnl- e T. Fnii-r,- , ngain to Kiiccced him-o- lf in j'oorkecper of lhe I lotion before. the democrntii! caucus. No bettc.' or mill tleselMiKf ileinocrilt eVf'C lived than he, haling been dcy'eutcil by 1'J votes in tiriiBurii and idierifl by ! lute, let lie .iLvny ' villi Iks'oiiiui; "took his ineilii Imit litruce, nnd true-blu- e n be -, Mipporlcd liii nfid op- jioiicnlh each time heartily. DesidtM he has always hi on n lintil party worker and no Hkt or creek was tier loo deep for him to -- riws to " liol 'fticmls iu mvil when he hsd Inlbciud his hack for them when Jo. OPEN EVERY MOVING PICTURES NIGHT 2,000 Feet of New Pictures Every Night For Only 5 and 1PC STANFORD, KY. I1 r ORES - GINU .iiitiiihilc. IF WOMEN ONLY KNEW What n Heap of Happiness it Would Bring to Stantord hou-enork Homes. We have just received a nice line of Dress Ginghams in all colors and patterns Now is the time to select your school dresses. We have them I. Nf Hl I Tat llaU- I.o-- I, XoM lir llrntal-t- a. " TV. .tin- -i htriived or stolen Whitri In d xpots nnd red neck: both ears cropped; tinderhit in otic car; knot on hide of neck. Reward for return or information to ,1. S Kin-,'- , It. I). 1. Crnb Oiehard. cow with Good fccoiuI liand tniKRleB for rale 'S tf at bargains. 1'enco llros. (it, m i(l. . liM Ittwtir Oray, of lUnUtown, jk .pending the wk villi tin- Mi-- i Mi Tm-uni- iiwiiv. Intmdft W'oodiui lulf nnd in h .f Aim. Jlnlc. Knnpp Wtwt, of I.niiriis-- , lor. Cnrntt I'ritli, of Hrndhend nnd of AihIitmiii, Mi i Lithe .fcd., nn- jtni'-- ti nt the lioim- - of Dr. and Mr. V. II. O'Jliunioii. .MiMiw , - II. T. I.Huriiiei!, of I'wrker Cit, !;id.. vlio Iuih lieen Mhiliii' hi- - fnth-i- i, J. T. I.avrenee, at finin Sillplim, Mill At. i 1". For Sale Cheap luipnived Aln-ii- n county farm of lit! nersa. A limit sen of vinfiu Miil, iincellcd r liurlci loli.lcco. I am inukinar :t inco llmt will soli it. t.'l'i per nere. For full tleserintioii nnd lMnileirtars address W. F. Fate, Fewee Valley. I Ky. (iC'J Iivrcnec, of this cnr.nty, ml Air- -. I. hus n. i I'arri-- h, at i're.i-h-(i-vil- h-, i? -- vr V V Particularly the Ladies. i eturned home. Ah K.itherine Alelviu, has G,1p. Mr. .Ii -- e Tmjlor nnd dnnj-li-- , i.ccompaliied her uncle home mid n!l The -- ubjeet nt the ler, Surah, have rcttirnid to I'nris Mime lime I here. (liureh .Sunday morning will be pftT Kpt'iiditic n month with Mi-- Kumm Itooi.e, of Alayvood. "What Doth thu Lord Keipiirc of in Lincoln. ..ih n curst of Air. and Aln. Y. I'. Theet" and little White, , Mrs. Mildred Itrntl.-ut l'reaeherHvillo (:rndiiiuhtir, Mildred Itonzli-y-, of Air. J. T. Mlen, if" valued ei there will he three i I iinen-tc- r, wen- - pii-M--. for of the I. J., at Carterniille, rennd Saturday niht at the dnj of Mr. W. W. liny?. n. turned Wetluesdny from Denver, opera house, one Tin- - following h.indhoinrly ennriiv- Colorado, vhero he his miii. ed invilntions with issued hen- - tlii" Air. Jiune- - II. Wood- -, of St iiiford, Air.--. Oeorve Allen. His week : one of Iipi be mid mo- -t Cutter vent out with him nnd young fanners,' wu- - in uttendance nt Wnrreti Mrx Ciinrlotte ill return to Kentucky miou. lhe fair Tue-da- y. inMti-yon to he ire.-ii- t News. Airs. h. 1. dray nnd cliildrcn. of nt th- - mn r rin cc of her diiiijjhtrr, l.ehftiion .Inaction, were on WednesNell Duncan A gofd wnteh fob wa- - left on the day's tiaiu returning home nfter n to dining voom tablo .t the Haptt week's nit nt I.anoter ns pit-Mof Mr. John Clrirleo CMiorne in Stanford WYdue-daSrjitom- - Thus. Dishou and W. P. Owner onn have name by applying on WYdiii'fdny tieorye Harris, of Hirmin;hatn. nl this office nnd p.i.xing for Ibis ad her tin- - sixth Ala., pa--through heie this veek nimhundred nnd One thon"iiiid Uev. J. J. Dickey will preach nt his in roule to Lancaster to ole en JmU-I'. W. llnr- - l.tnian-V- . Creek ne.l Sumlny nt 3:30 iuih Alr. nl four thirty o'eloek llk. oYloek in tho afternoon. Chui vi lieonje llopptr w ill he Slnnf' td. Kcntiu-ky- . iiMuitcr of the Cenlnil CniNoranly pn--- r, tin- onr, n fun- - sethe l're-litteri- an lula-tiM-s suh-onb-HeuH-mber ay ve-lervi-it- ed xi-tHy-i.m- iii sub-tnnli- al laiivri-iieebiirs ou y. nfti-rnoon. ed e xs t't-nl- For Sale One of r.iueolu eoiin-ty- 's best farms. For pnrliciilnr- JI. h Mareum, Stanford, Ky. Hard to do vith an uch ing back , Brings your hours of misery nt leisure or nt work. If women only knew the eni(-- e Seemed to Give Him a New Stomach. that Backache pains coma from sick kidneys. . "I suffered intense', nftoi-'Twotild give mni-I- i needless, voe. nnd no medicine or ireaiment I hied Donn's Kidney Pills cure sick kid- AI hcemed to do.nny rooiI," writes H. Yoiinypelrrs IMitni- - of hit Sun, I.u'.e Alnny residents of this ieinity enView, Ohio. "The first few doe if Chnmbei Iain's Stoni-n-nnd I,:er dorse them. Airs. J W. I'uniphrey, Danville St.. tablets gnveinu surpri-in- g relief umI the second bnttlc ecmed to give mc Lancaster, Ky., says: "Aly experij r. new stomneh nnd pel feelly cood ente with Donn's Kidney Fills lends ine to sny that they live up to the health." For sale bv nil dealeri-.- . claim made for them. I suffereij n our njliliL--r lireia-- ; done in great deal fiom backache npi' at llaie ii'ght I could not .sleep well. On I be- -t 1, ami dice Ilro- -. several occasions my back beeni (17 lite- -. m p.tiuiiil mid weak that I was mi k. r.ble to do my iiein.: Now is the time Hail can do it' titlvi-e- tl to give Donn's Kidney" Fills greatest damage. Insure your tobac- a trial, I tlid -- o and they helped co today. R. M. Ncwland, Agt., me greatly.'' For -- ale by all dealer- - price ."iO Phone 168, Stanford. Co.. Buffalo, i cuts N. Y.,. sole agents for the United j:ood picture- - nl States. Tin co reel-- e Remember the name Doan's and operu hoii-- e Friiluj nnd Sutiir- take no other. n. day iii.hi Indian and nu--i- ii. 1 1 hou-evor-We-ter- HUGHES, MARTIN & CO, Stanford, TIE HEW Dry Goods, Notions, Shoes Ky. Success FEORU- -A 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. ss The drouth has depleted tlie wn-iisnjijily of the L. & X. nt their tanks nt How land and Hrodhend. A new water station is being put iu niidwny between Crab Orchard and I roilbend on the farm of A. .1. Hnil-e- j, the water being pumped from Dix river. The tnuk is 1(5 feet deep by -- J nero . K. 1 King is in hnrge of the puuiis. -r A veil known De- - "Moine- - woman W. H. Higgins. Stanford, Ky. You Cannot nfter suffering mierablV for two days from bowel complaint vns cured by one dose of Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera mid Diurrhoea Remedy. For sale by all dealeis. fLY NEITS "o SUN 5HDtv Change That Face, But You Can Smith Bmighmnn sold his auto Inst veek to Dan Heter, of King's Mountain. He bought another this week from Charley Cecil, of Dan-ill- e nntl of course. Air. Bmighmnn would have nothing but nu Ovr-land. Change Your Clothes VjffiA. IKwiiaBaaaH ' 'ViaHalsaHiaRsWrS FOR 8UMMER DRIVING J. C. McClary the comfort or both corses and drivers should be specially considered by securing a proper outllt of lap robes, blankets, (ly nets and other necessan es from our complete assortment ol horse Koods. Jlero ore light, but strong and durable, single and double aaruess, admirably suited to road pur IKises, along with a hill line ot work harness ol the best quality at flat J ON AUGUST 16th & 17th WE lect inn. pilces. C. McCLARY, UL?.'ml Stanford. Ky. .".. li Not only pleawnt and refrcsliing to the taste, but gently cleansing andiwcet-cninto the system, Syrup of Firs and Elixir of Senna is particularly adapted to ladies and children, and beneficial in all cases in which a wholesome, strengthening and effective laxative should be tuetl. It is perfectly safe at all times and colds, headaches and the pauis caused by indigestion and comlialion so promptly and effectively that it is the one perfect family laxative which gives satisfaction to all and is recommended by millions of families who have used it and who have personal knowledge of its excellence. Its wonderful popularity, however, hai led unscrupulous dealers to offer imitations which act unsatisfactorily. Therefore, when buying, to get its beneficial effects, always note the full name of the Gnipan California Fig Syrup Co. plainly printed on the front of oery toackage of the genuine Syrup of Figi md Elixir of Senna. For saje by all leading druggists. Price 50 cents per bottle. R cL-e- I'lllii'i . altt't ith Father r.ilmoiid, of Ciiliiinn, -- pendlllK o U lu Ala-h.ilu- a, & ln ( -- yom if. Sr&) A' UNDERTAKER t-- AND EMBALMER dttt iiIhiuj, j u l.iiit-olloiintv. linnxilA; Athoent tor ' a .. nTANFORD, Office Thona 167. LVA KY Tin- - Cnnwt Kxeuls Club nn de-Ihi fully entertained on la.t Tlmr-d.i- v nlternooii by AIr. J. C. ?"si i - - Horn Toone Is. " FALL AND WINTER STYLES. uow leaily to the uniiu uatlicr, the piotriaia of tlue uicelinif u" not enirit-out iu lull, exupt the I uncipal )Mijior which vns pivp.iriA end read by ,Mrs. J. W. iluleln-o- n, the Milyeut lining itirds. Tin of 'nldnjj up the liny .View li'entliiK ('niirac for Iho visiter wif mid it it pujtaililt) thAt lh llieuihers will tuko it up. DiliKhtful im-uiixi-iisst- to re uly mado clothes. To hup them ami 1 ngreu tlui'. counter unite to measure doesn't cost an) ami auubtltute khihI more fltlmu rondy mnao when quality lull money Is considered. and Com0 tn and The ei me tase your meusuro from tlio samu iiaruutn. eonio tilts nnd the Kuocla may very close) H. C. RUPUEY. The I'raetleal Tailor Vaiumlile the kciiuIiio hut lamina them ".Mull) Vtli Is neither honor or nouesty only tin will llnd no suhbtltutas, genuine of btamliiril mmjlty nt ColTo rjElbY'S PUr,rfcRS: '&$m Coleman's. ' fall nml v inter snn.iiles rov your UiHiieeiltm They comprise tho liest on the market can Mitt anyone, as tu nrlco who had tils clothes uindu tt order. A suit made to our measuie is profernble ue Aly now hkiiJ 3taHaaMaMaflaCa- 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 NO GUESS WORK AS TO HOW YOUR SUIT WILL LOOK WHEN IT IS MADE. OUR TAPE LINE IS READY FOR YOU. I tf Get Ready For Cold Weather CONCRETING vim1 .iiilu-,o- sen eil at pl'0t.iain. (lit- - .Now Is the tlmu for that lee Creun Wo hnv o of lhe The II i.i n' mcetiii)' I will he with Mr. J. KreeJor iieni, nd Wntcr Cooler. Why not havo your tiouso boated with hot water? Wo, hnvo In our employ ouo of tho W8hr In poiltlon toUonll klmli of con best hot twnter and steam fitters In orctlnir. tuch at llluck Work, ud liifnct,t)i'Hn innkHuy tliliiK (roi4i tho stato.' iiLUadnn tu u (choh pod W can irm Let us figure with you ve guaranroa prteiipuv and RUHriintt-llrt.clii vorkand mnterlnl full mid trnt our prion tee pur vork. you b ty your matcrlHl nt lmtt tutor Cummins & Wearen, ilf.n COFFEY 4. COLEMAN, Prompl Delivery Phone 196. PHILLIPS BROS., Stanfnrtl. K W. K. WARNER, Stanford. Ky. Stanford. Kentucky. i. THE INTERIOR JOURNAL, STANFORD. KENTUCKY. FRIDAY, AUGUST 25, 1911. 'A (TrimK BIG BARBE CUE AND AUCTION SALE. CHOICE BUILDING 46 KER'S RESIDENCE. LOTS 46 GRASS OF BLUE WE PIKE, MIDDLEBURG WHICH WILL RUN ENTIRE IN FRONT OF K. L. TAN- McKinney. Ky. 28th at 10 O'Clock a. r... STRIP HAY, flMSI HAVING PURCHASED FROM K. L. TANNER THAT BEAUTIFUL LAND EXTENDING FROM REAR OF ED TANNERS DRUG STORE TO WILL SUBDIVIDE INTO BUILDING LOTS AND OPEN A NEW STREET MIDDLEB'JHG PIKE .LENGTH OF PROPERTY AND INTERSECT WITH "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 i 'or Sale (So M .Northern cA I tare' mm weak heart, tllrr IttUnU. nnnnunt rye. Sec or 'phono mo Silo Mcsscr. breathing alter mcaUP Or do mi experience prr!n per nmium frnm tlnv of wile, nnd c. i. oerllie licart, lnirlne(i( lirmllinn (,uui up.tlaln doielun! n. r. D 1 i'Iok . $A liming tlic force nnd of foot of a nle pnii tlio mitnydilreiiln4 )mpfom which Indicate 'it-- i rmn I!u: n il o bond, till ll1l (lil.l of AtlRIISlt, 1011. poor circulation kml had hlinidP A heart tonic, Fot Snlo or trndo for live Mock, 78 k IeJv" blood and hody.hullder that has tlood the trt or . I.. MVAHTY, ShoriiT I., r. titer 40 )car ol enre ii nerci on county rond. V, II. .Muel T Icr. Stanford, Ky., f. Dr.Pierce'sGoldcnMedical Discovery AI FARM FOR SALE OR RENT! Thompson houpht n good The heatt become regular n clock-wmThe red .ler-e- y blood corpticlc are Increated in number and the cow from John Jliraclo for in turn are well fed. The arterlc are filled nervet Will soil privnti'l.v my farm uf I0. with ood rich hlnod. That It why nemnii dcliility, hbout 'JOO nc'rcc in Lincoln count v, Irritibilily, fainting tpelli, dinapnear and are oer For Sale 200 bushels of Winter Kv.. mill" cast ol btiintoici on come by Ihl alterative extract ol medicinal roolt t .1... t till nl 1llliu i' vu,n ttaim !"iHvii L' toriiiiife i put up by Dr. fierce without the ue ol alcohol 80 aero in corn iMl mill Dix Itiver. .. I. .'1 Ak Tour ncKhhor. Many hate been mml .. 1J- -' J nures in iiieiiuW, balance tl IIIHP lv, II ..!. a.. crofulout condUion, nicer", "feter.Kom," while wellinjfi, etc, by taking T. C. Knnkiiv purehitHcd prn, has a four room trnnnt liou-Dr. l'iercc't Discovery. JiiM the relrcliiii( and vilnlirlnd toiio needed lor goad, baron, nml otlur ciutlimic iinilos from Hrodliead parties etceiive llue watte, In cnnvaloccnce frt.ni fever or fur rvn.it n, anamtc, W at Ihin.hbmded people. Stick lo thta aafe and anc remedy ui refntn all " juit pood Hlono sprint? hniwe, Hiimll oreh- - 11.". one mure nnilt' from J. II. ' ,,r ,.roh kind ofTered by the dealer who i liHikinft fc Notli-lPlentj of Mock int it, pood iiril. will do you lull" m imicli dood a Dr. I'icrcoVtioldcn .NUdicul Ditcotrry Thompson, nNo u pair of olil ' fencing. Sellout house jnitiin? tliw farm, borne ihulea from ,1. F. Thompson j for t;i2o. K you do It will t(iy )ou to write a; Will sell nil losethcr or in two m' ( not clean and nice pure whiter jinntP lincN. Tcnni easy. lis. We time n grent ninny deslrnblo hold Mill rent for cah for tlM'J. larf oat1 for seed. See.samples at fnrniM of fertile iroiiictlu noil, loinleio-i- t "Will aUo veil ml in 80 Lincoln National Hani;. 'J00 bushel cated tliroiiKli Control nml Nortli-Crtiere-- i of corn lo be cribbed on plncc mil "0 acres of pras nml stalk for sale., w M. Heynohlc, Wnwies-bur- tral Kentucky; In hIzom, from tlio mnnlleat to thif Inrgeat. w Itla correspond. , Inc prlccn. (iood pike, upletullil gclioola, dealrnlilu nclKhborx. conwnlciit , fields. Grass lmsii t been pmzed ;i(l pnod cwch for etilo. Peny-l.oux- o to railroad fncllltlen, well Improveil blue Kru8 IniulM. this year. V S6ns, llnsloinille, Ky.. plume Soieml exrhnnKP Mrs. Walter Warren. rlt n th0 kind ,!-- :! Central Ky..Real Estate Co. 82. of fnrm sou want nml we will Bend ror Mile A small farm in iim- I llt. LEDANON :: KtNTUCKY. , FARM FOR SALEI We will cell privntely n farm of i oiintv on Inen ereek, .T 'J niiled t nooui uu ncres in i.inco u conniy, l" , ol Miibllebiiiir Tbis fjirni is Ky., mile rrom Crnb Orcli- Notice! Poultry Raise nrd, nicely loi.ited, moatl,. Ixjttom inost .ill creek .bottom bind; bus r ,. 4and. very rroductlro. f 0 ill able, nn abundance of vtock water and especially nilnpted to corn and loek barn, eorn.erib and olber out T.1RB. (Jood tenant hoinv of tlireo l,1( il.li . W.lf also sell a .;ood rooms on farm, lerms reasonable Imiieli of ?toek. Tbis faiiti is fine Apply at once to. 'it. II. HronauRh. aKentv VMl ,,)rn llul)t ,,. Cholera, Gapes, Limbcrneck, Roup, Canker, )aM(li -.. rirtlit of three month1", bond with ,.pprood Jceurily required, henrinp intercut nt flip rale of f per rent THE FARMERS Faint ? iVP 0.1-t- "i"iit l m M4K.i crV'&' ii nod" Want A Farm ? c. fll-8- - one-lm- lf ry i:-c- p,,, ;;nr,I:rI ,,.,. THIS OPPORTUNITY WILL BE GIVEN YOU ON ' "pulicTaTeT Mild m r m n- - ale held near llivii'if f..-id- ... frnm I will offer till i' biii.ml iihi.i' for n!e on lb. premise .'I mile from "'', Vf'-- t "iieeii. Til "nru lain Ifiistomille on Ibe Miildleliurs and lielonsniT lo t'ie rauo.i t i e V I'm. on it flO't mi pitiebii-i- sl by IlusloiiMlIe pike. arte. T'n' jilnee eonl i i 1 WXi aei'-A- ll OR 46 CHOICE BUILDT'lestlay September 5th. AT 10 O'CLOCK A. M., AT PUBLIC AUCTION WITHOUT RESERVE -- tool. old wil' aid Iim1i1i:i' ING LOTS WILL BE SOLD. tbe following lne Ploeljl I pair t- ""! I. 31. l mi. lb' f.:i year-ol- d mate mule, 3 farm horse I McKINNEY IS HAPILY LOCATED ON QUEEN & CRESCENT R. R., 15 MILES BELOW DANol trim mi uiiwr, n in the ' ;! J- - ear-ol- d sleer 2 pood milk SECTION tl VILLE, ON THE BORDER LINE BETWEEN THE BLUE GRASS REGION AND MOUNTAIN l.'.j;. crowd i ( lo a '!vh 'ti.-v- , -. S with calveboss OF'KENTUCKY, HAVING THE COMBINED ADVANTAGE OF PRODUCTIVE FARM LANDS ON ONE i.'leli ail fie v u'c . l.i. i file Ailio- ." brood .sows each with pood litter- -, SIDE AND RESOURCEFUL MOUNTAIN SECTION ON THE OTHER. IS FAST BECOMING A MANU..I'. 1 tlioronpbbreil Poland China hmtr, FACTURING TOWN AS IS EVIDENCED BY THE RECENT ESTABLISHMENT OF A SPOKE FACTORY iiln I pood farm wiipon, 1 buck- - ! A CANNING FACTORY AND WOOLEN MILL. BESIDES THESE ENTERPRISES McKINNEY HAS A Y0U WANT WATER blaek- board, 1 fnuiih -- nrrey 1 YEAR FOR FIRST TIME, AND . FLOURING MILL, A NEW GRADED SCHOOL WHICH OPENED THIS : :... ..c ..! :.i. IIHM Illl iKill. l - III e ..ii I CM11III llllllllll 1111 A GREATER POPULATION WOULD MEAN MORE INDUCE CHURCHES OF MOST DENOMINATION. I ptement. and kitchen fnr- have a Ian." Mfnni drillinp ma- KENT TO FACTORIES AI1D MAKE STILL BETTER SCHOOLS POSSIBLE. AT THE PRESENT TIME1 nltiire, l new incubator and brooder. ..i,,,, !lll(j , j,,,,,,,,,-,.- , tll ri well THERE IS NOT A VACANT HOUSE IN TOWN FOR EITHER SALE OR RENT, WHICH IS PROOF POSI . . 209 epp rapcitv. l'J tons of baled to v, TIVE OF THE NEED OF THE NEW aiiv depth. I e.peet to le in I.u- bnv and other thinp too niimerou coin comity ooii. Write mo at lo mention. Lebanon for fonni and particulnrn. Term pien on dnv of sale. R. M. Tate. or.ip J. C. Van Hoy, Leu?non, Ky. FREE, EACH WHITE PERSON ONE SPLENDID LOT WILL BE GIVEN AWAY ABSOLUTELY Ky.. If. K. I. Xo. 1 ON THE GROUNDS ON DAY OF SALE (Whether He Be Purchaser cr Not) WILL BE GIVEN A FREE EUBANK Many a Suffering Woman TICKET WHICH WILL ENTITLE HIM TO AN EQUAL CHANCE ON THE FREE LOT. i drapn herelf painfully tbroupli her LAWN IN A FREE BA IBLtUE WILL BE SERVED IN THL LAPGE SHADED OF K. L daily task, iilfcrinp from backache, It i niipbty dry down here ami Wj- v TANNER'S RESIDENCE. ,.x-... headache, nervoti-n- e, los of nppc-tt- c corn h twisting up. nnd poor -- leep. not knowing her Mis Jfeecy Ilorton, of Knhank, i ills are due to kidnev nnl blndder on the Aick list. trouble's. Foley's Kidney I'ilU Mr. 3rnurice Perkins nnd family, mid n prompt return to health and their onick relief from pain nnd misery of Crab Orchard, me Mrcupth. Xo uomnn who so sufTer pniinlinntber nt Kiibank. IN SIX MONTHS AND CASH TERMS: LOTS WILL BE SOLD FOR can nflord to overlook Kolej's Kid-i.e- y 3Ir. 1. I.. Wider, of Kiibank, 13 IN 12 MONTHS WITH 6 PER, SENT INTEREST ON DEFERRED PAYMENTS. A LIB1'iH- -. or nle by Sbmrar. & Tan-no- r, BE TO PAYMENTS uvftirx a line hotel llnr the depot. ERAL DISCOUNT WILL BE ALLOWED ANYONE DESIRING TO PAY CASH. Stnriford. MADE AT McKINNEY DEPOSIT RANK. WHEN DEED AND TITLE WILL BE MADE AND GUARANThe ieial mectiiKr at the .Mi tlio OR MORE IS PAID. FARM FOR SALE! TEED, WHEN dit (lnireli I'lii'Siinilaj ni'.'l.l i. t .Mi. Camden, win. has had We will sol at public auction In phoid feer. i inipriixiiip nil ely front of the court house. In Stanford. Oeorpe Reynold! ha almit! com- Ky. on the second Monday In Sentcm- bor at 2 o'clock P. M., the farm known plcte.l hU well. COME OUT, BRING YOUR FRIENDS AND ENJOY ONE FREE LOT, BARBECU E, GOOD MUSIC , four' and a half miles from Stanford THE DAY WITH US. WE WILL APPRECIATE YOUR PRESENCE YOU WILL NOT REGRET IT. en .the Hustonvlllc pike. lno interior .lournal and the Week- Thf8 farm containi one hundred nnd , nhr,I1I1Il(i Knmilrer one ear for i fifty ncras, one hundred of which Is In The weeklv Ku.p.lrer is a .lcn line state of cultUatlon Oier one -i' thoiidand dollars worth of locust poFt "" firm and fnmlly paper. can bo "ut from this place, nlso a lot of I'alnut umber, A splendid stock pbn.l fed be n nev er tlli'tt pnrlnc About sixty acres of this farm Is especially adapted to thn raising of hemp and tobacco. New, five room house, just completed Ono mile from church nnd C. school. Ono large tobacco barn, built last fall, alw pood stock burn. Ten acres of young orchard. This lR a fplendld home nnd must DANVILLE CtWT On pood daK mhiic eight or ten nre so much thereof as mny be neces-far- y be seen to be appreciated. If no salo On approved security will b rented on In (made 'Chued. to satisfy the amount of the the seme this farm tho highest bidder date, to A. D. ROOT. Danville's new poernmeut build-iu- p plaintiff's debt, interest, nnd costs) for U., year of 191-- '. whenever conditions Tlicie va only a xtnall crowd in i ceitniuty a beauty and i both towit t'jwn. The exuasfliirely drj' weather Preferwarrant tommodiiius .ind convenient. Why I The following tract of land in Kept many of the farmer at home Punished for Yawning. Helm pet one for When Henry Brown of Brockton. ence, of course, being ud tlio trader woi unt ry active iin't lion. Ilarxey Lincoln county, Kentucky, on the Mass., awoke the other day he yawned, Lincoln like it and pretty soonf Di.v liver, nnd bounded as tried to close his mouth and could not i U'ry few deal tnkinp place. v.itcrs of given to our regular Wo Ktiw the I).millc (lie depart' He bad fractured Tnylotj & HottomH bold 23 good follow - on" the north ,by the lunds mouth wide open his Jaw. With bis ' ment make n fast run. but the fire he walked more than U.IO (iomid yearlinp tcFnrri & Kar depositors . proved a small blaze and was soon of Lilburn Oooeh ,o nthe I'ast by the a milo to a physlclan'H office and bad t lis at $:i.S.-)J. j. llutcbins boiipht lauds of Oeore Sudduth, on the the fracture reduced. As he was II. I, I). extinguished. leaving the ofllce his Jaws unlocked n load ut" 17fl pound hos of iltl'fur-tfu- t In "the lauds of Dan Slephvu-Hi- n again Kinaly he was placed under' iiiirties ut Wi to 7e. and on by the laud of ether and lhe Jaw permanently fixed SHERIFF'S SALE David Scott, mid continuing seventy-fBy this kindness of our lonp time Loss of Time Mean; Loss of Pa acres, tnoio or; lews. friend, Mr. J. L. Hiitehins, v.o v.'ere ive Kidnev trouuv ml tin il r Jly virtue of Ksectition No. 583, The tiinouut of this debt is .J.VJ.'i.-f- 8 ,hown over tlio oily nml intiodueed breeds means lo; tni rod '. I ,iy C ju-with intorest of cent from to lots of nice people. Mnde a short directed to me, 'which issued from lr many :i workin in t l M, l! uf . Mill on both the Advoeato and lhe Clerk'H ofllce of the Lincoln Cir- the Alii cloy of July 1800; and the 1211, Little Benna St., Strentor. III.. office whete we. weio iriveu cuit court, in favor of S. II. Shanks court's cost amounting to $9.70; vtcoi 80 Intel iroui kidney nml html-titrouble that he could not work, n henrly welcome, and invited tw njjaim-- t II. 15. Hoone, I, or ono of my nnd the further cost of this netion, oflli-c- , e deiuities, will, Villi the follow iup credits: namely but he snt,. i "I took Foley Kidney apnin. At the 'latter the on MONDAY, Pills for only a short time nnd pot met Col. Louin Lnudram formerly of 11th day of September, 1011, be- MO paid Dee. 20, 1000; $20 jmicl on entirely well mid was soon able to swoao, 1U02; iflOjiaid Oct. 20, f(iincaiter, who has lots of Lincoln tween lhe hours of one o'clock I. M. goliack to work, nnd am feeling well two o'clock 1. M., at the court JI100 and 2.pj paid July 27, 1008; nil nnd healthier than before." Foley' nnd county tiiend. We met clever John H. Nichol, bouse door in Stanford, county of of which btands.ns a credit on tiU Kidney Pills ure tonic in action, quick in results n pood friend to IkpieV eapabli County Cleik, nnd Lincoln, and btuto of Kentucky, ex- execution, lewed upon n the prop-c- rt the working mini or woman who sufof II. B. Boone. in the short time we were there, pose to Public Bale to tho highest fers from kidney ills. For nule by two uiurriapo licenses Untied. judder, the following property (or Terms Sale will bo innde ci a Shugnrs & Tanner, Btunford. raw - .,, ,).,, , , Monday, August 28th, BY-BI- D ' Kr." Diarrhoea and all Diseases of Poultry by Jlavinz itwAm Mfg. and Gmranttcd I )'( 4.11.44 for yrutiJllJlllikcU4 ' "I kan uBtTnl. lU'Jsm.n. Kt ul.T tmiiy msW. Ilrufri iftp, AdlimlOTfii .ilSillJ ' U JI Cnn. lUnktowft, Kr Hpt ' Oo dfnp et Hrtn 4 It 4 drowd ilrtwmlkf U1lnf a a(M ' VJUihrond,,rtthaflmkii.ly J. PENNY'S DRUO Robt. Ciutnc, Bardstewn, Ky. e-.- STORE oi t all it rvv 3lANFORDM KENTUCKY. lmtlihalrntiif I Price 50c harrinj Drulitt. J l"0-poiin- d gmirjjer and Better Tha! Evci :ntk A?mrAi. Kentucky ...LOUISVILLE... I'LL BE TinSUIS THRILLING -- RACINtf ! I . I .Shis pair WILL YOU? SATURDAY THAN KVlill bim-elio- ld SEPTEMBER 11, 12, 13, 14, 15, 16, 1911. FREE ACTS DA1LY- - One Lot Free, Barbecue, Good Music. '?VJ - LIVE STOCK SHOW FINE HORSES - - GOOD MUSIC CLEAN MIDWAY - EDUCATIO- NN HEAD-O- COLLISION Band Concert all Day by McKinney Brass Band. ONE-THIRD ONE-THIRD D ONE-THIRD MOHH CLASSICS AND I.AHCKIt 1'HKMIUMS For Information or cntnloiiuu wrlto to PERRY M. SUV. ge Seteuiy, No. 1120 Pant Joncti Diilldlntt Ml yrf ONE-THIR- Special Excursion T- O- Remember the Date Monday August 28, at 10 O'Clock A. M. EtsiTni C. N. 0. & T. P. Ry. I I en: jc llnll with lAsheville,N.CV "Land of th e Sky," THE IDEAL Sapphire SPOT. County." VACATION Southern Railway Louisville Real Estate and Development Company P. CLARK. - Tuesday September 12 1911 man Sales Manager. WE MAKE LOANS it Special train Leaves Lcximjton, imhi p l)raiinp ltom Sleepiup liir. Pullman .Mo I tii Da ('oaeher., Kb ctricill. I.i'.'hted. J. I'll ineiib. m con-Nti- of Pull Tarn and Diiiiup t ari heninp " ' LOW ROUND-TR- IP FARES. N. Ashevllle, C, Lexington to Henderson, N. C, Waynesville, N. C, Lake Toxawwy, N. C, S7.50 $8.50 $8.50 $950 GS-t- Final Limit to return until Sept. J7th Diverse Route pninp dir cet and returuiiip via Chiiltanoopii (Lookout .Mountain), or icc L'iO in iiil.lili.iii'lo .iboe mined fnrv. vetsii. Liberal Stop-- 0 vtr Privileges, i For full infoi illation write ii booklet an d b'i pinp car rcervations h- C. KINO, P. and T. A. KM K. Main .Street. II. (.'. HKrKLKIl, (leu. Pnsi, Apt lupalU Itiiilclinjr, Cincinnati, O. LeMiipton, Ky. Pboue !! I n the-we- st FIRST NATIONAL BANK, STANFORD, KENTUCKY 1 r State Bank lies-senp- er er Trust (o. PROGRESSIVE STRONG ACCOMMODATING And Seeking Your Bank Account. CAPITAL $50,000. TO-DA. orcu SURPLUS $25,000 Open an Account Withuev Y. m .