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The Stanford interior journal: August 29, 1911 The Stanford interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images Shelton Saufley Stanford, KY 1911 int1911082901_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 29, 1911 The Stanford interior journal Shelton Saufley Stanford, KY 1911 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. r VOLUME XXXVIII. NO. W. The STANFORb Interior Journal STANFORD, LINCOLN COUNTY, KENTUCKY. TUESDAY. AUGUST 29, 1911, TO LOCATE IN TEXAS. EVERY TUESDAY AND FRIDAY. SHOT IN DEFENSE OF HIS MOTHER. MDERMOTT TO SPEAK HERE ON PAINT LICK P0ST0FFICE Blown Open and Robbers Get $300 in Money and $300 In Stamps COMMITS SUICIDE AT CRAB ORCHARD. STURGES, OF TEXAS, IS HERE Will Take Out KILLING IN MONTICELL0. Wil- COUNTY COURT DAY And Republicans Will Have Morrow Shanks NomOn Hand Also John Menefee, Jr., To Practice Law In Lone Star State. Judge John X, Menefee, Jr., left Monday for Mineral Wells, Texns when- - he will probably locale for the practice of law. His brother-in-laJudge K. H. Ritchie in one of the lending attorneys of that part of (he Lone Star State, and Mr, Menefee may associate with him to practice in Mineral Wells, San Antonio and other cities. Mr. Menefee is one of the young lawyers of Lincoln mill his many friends will wish him every success in his new home and ttehl. w best-kno- inated for Representative Lincoln county voter will have the opportunity of hearing one of tliu hIiIchI men in tlio democrat! party speak hero next Counlv Court ilny, Monday Kept. 11th. Hon. Ed ward J. McDerinott, the nominee for I.tentrnant Governor, will spc-ilit lint roiirt house at that time in the interest of the democratic ticket. The repilhlieali lender lien also Mute that lion. Edwin P. Morrow, of Somerset, u nephew of Sennloi IlmiUcy, Mill spenk here on the same day, in which eent, it is not iin- prolmble (hat a joint discussion mnv tie iirtungcil between the two distinguished men. Local Political Notes. Hon. W II. Shnnks wan declared e tin" democratic nominee for from Lincoln counlv lnt v eek, for the third nine, no opposition having developed to him. The primaiy which had lieen enlleu I he county committee will now he deflated olT. Mr. Shanks, is mi active candidate for thu Speakership of the next House, and stitnde u fun; t hatiec of winning. Maim are being mnde for it vigorous cmnpiiign in Lincoln intuit this tall and it is believed that the in Lincoln for McCrcar will ' the largest it has given in a number of jonrw. Rowan .Saiifley ,of the ,1 , stalL will he I appointed campaign chairman for Lincoln counlv, tmiffti chairman for Lincoln niM will perfect a strong urgiiuii-iiliuito pet every votn out to the poll- -. The democrats of Lincoln ale going to watch verv closely the van-'ti- s candidates for county offices who have already intimated that they will run next time. Those who do the best work for the. Mate ticket this fall are the ones who should mil undoubtedly, will he the favorites with the innk and file of tho parlv Kery prospective eandidii'e will he jccted from now on to keep his iwn candidacy in the hack ground until after the statu election, and toll up his sleeves and bo to work for the etnte ticket. The Interior .Journal will keep a watchlul eje on tile work that the candidates are doing and will chronicle from time to tiuiii just what, interest thev are Liking and what cftorls they are putliuir fortli to secure the election of McCrenry and the entire state ticket. The nice on now, is going to prove n miirhty pood tune for llum to prove the tpialitv of their lemocracj. Each and every one of them should lay aside all personal feeling factional spirit and cuter heartily into the cninpaii;ii to roll up an unprecedented mnjori'v in Lin oln countv. Those io are not willing to do so, and woik in linr- ' iv with other democrats in this impaiuu. d"serve no consideration ut the hands .if party and should lie remembered when they come ask-iu- g Repic-dilutiv. ma-joni HIGHLAND. Kldcr J. 0. Livingston n dosed Ml. just very successful meeting at bus- t. Us er and make old Lincoln. favor. s all' (ret togethit all one vvav in good Extra clenn ami nice pure winter speii. See Mimples at Uncolii National Hank. 200 bushels for sale. J M. Reynolds, Wavncs. bnrg. turf oats ior GENERAL NEWS NOTES Twcntj-niii- e persons wen- killed and more than sixt injnicd Sntur il.iv niirhl when n moviiu; picture iilm exploded u. 'he Cuuonsbiinr. Pa., opera house. A tuns meeting of the udhcicnls of law Mild nrd- i- of all Kentukv uioiintain eolinlies where lends, uioou shining . ml oilier fount of lawlessness exis, hiiN been called for Mon-da- v October 0, at Jackson, K. As u result o) a church iunrrcl R. (i. Whiihlon, deacon of Mount Pis-gchurch near Ashhuni, G.i.. .shot and killed J. M. Lawson a fellow deacon and then took his own life. Harry N At wood, who has earned the title of champion iiirman of tho world, is said to Inve icecived tl, vino for his flight from Si. Louis to N'ew Yoik. Two white men .ive dead, three arc injnicd cud an all.""l. by ucgi'ocn on the seven siiir.mer hotels ut Judi.ui Springs, fla is fehred as n icsult of nice riots at llml plnce. Posses ;ire scurihiug for t'ci fil'ii-i- . and a nl decor.l-hreakinir i'i in p ospei I, .lames A. Ilavtni, the New York multimilhouaiic. mtv 'jeeoi imiu of the moviiu.' fpirits. belt'iil the Hur'.'y Tobacco ,soeietv iere.u'ier if he accept the iroiosilton w1 h Picsi-deLeltiis, of ,ln sjicieiv, is Hiiid to I nve trade to h.-William Leo eo'ife-'- d ;it i.'i.i't--villto ll.ii Kni'ii'ir of is tut her, 'nolher and brother at their buntc in Itooneville Ind. euily T'u'inl.iy nt ty morning. I"J v"' stalled to ihi' formutory at Jetfersonville for safe keeping. Sullee of was the attractive guest of her aunt Mrs. W. A. McKinuey Inst week Mr. J. M. Turner is putting up a nice collage on the lot he puichased flout (inhc Jones some time ago. nois. Miss Ophelia Mobley is visiting at Mrs. Liliinn Haer and d.mphter Huston. X. Y. Miss Itossie of Wisconsin, ulso Mr. W. (!. Murphy spent lust week at William Dunavnnt and children, of einile the guest of his si,ter Mrs. I lurnlii are visiiiap their parents Fogle. Mr and Mrs. J. 1). It.istiu of this The McKumey Roller Mills owned place. by Mr J. S. Murphy will Lc put up Mr Jau.es McOuffcy and wife of sale to the highest nidder the Loiiisil. arc iitiiir Mr. ('. It Mc-- f lor ol next month. This N a good 12th in t foy nnd family, I bance for -- uiiio one to secure u "I'ncle" Sam Hastiii is on the sick bnigaiu tbeie being no other mill list. here nii.l this being n good point Miss Mac Dealheiape left Tuesfoi the htisjiicss. day, for a visit to her .unit, in I'll Quite si few from here took advantage of the lovvrate excursion and viiled the Queen ('it on Sunday. BUYS AN AUTOMOBILE. Thoe exviirsioits run over every other week. Charles Lutes, the well known cat Mis- - Hello Moure who h.is been the tie man h.i" joined the ''idouv of gi'est of .Miss Myitle Duncan icttiin local automobile buyers haviio; pur cl to he home at Somerset last i luiseil a hamlsome little I 'cud car v;eek. was dehveicd to him heie Mon vvU . J. Montgomery bought Mrs. dav. It is a car and will piove very useful to Mr. Lutes in lite propel ly known as the old hotel from Mr. Williams for bis trips over the country. II fancy price. CINCINNATI MARKETS. Ciuiinn.iti, ().. Aug. Jb Cattle-Rece- ipt PUBLIC SALE! Sti head; market steady at vesteiduy's prices fleers i,l..'ill(? Iln vinir sold my faun I will offer (i.'i"; heiiers i2.2.'(ii'.").7"; cows .l.2.' for ii lc oidhu premise t miles from ; calves ipuet ami 2.1e lower Kustonville on tho Middleburg nnd at :ifi'tb. Ilou'su" Keccipts 1.1110 Hustouville pike. head: market slow pood lo choii e Tuesday September 5th. lit to slea, all other prudes weighs 23" lower; grass hops of all the following live stock: I pair 4- und yards cnnwled, with no ear-ol- d nunc mule, 3 farm horses outlet; packci-r- , f7.l(l((0f7.fi0; atnps X) steer 2 good milk .f:t.T0cT1to.7.'; common sows MjUui1 d hogs cows, with calves, b i'j.7.')- - piss and lights :iiji7.."0. .') brood sow each with good litters, 7(i.'t heailj loarket Receipt Sheep hoar, stcadv ut $l.0(fKI.2.,; lambs t.tcail. 1 Iboioughhieil Poland China buck-boaralso 1 good farm wagon, 1 at i'.i(tt7 1 family surrey 1 set blnck-unit- li tools all kinds of farming imNOTICE! Notice is hereby given that the plements, household and kitchen undersigned who was convicted of 1 new incubator and brooder. the crime of (irand Larceny, and 200 egg enpeity. 12 tons of baled fccntvitccd to confinement in the liny and other things ton numerous Mute Pinitciilmiy for (he period to mention. of 10 VycniN, hv judgment entered ut Terms given on day of sale. the Muy term 1001). of the Lincoln R. M. Tate. Circuit court, will on or. about SepHustouville. Ky.. R. F. I). No. 1 tember 11 Hill, apply to the povei-r.o- r of Kentucky for pardon. All GOOD MAN GOING. persons opposed to the granting of the same will notify the governor Mr. T A. Riadley and family of on or befoic the date above mentioned, Mating in writing their ob- (his county, will locate in San Anjection to the grunting theicof. tonio, Texas to make their future This August 27th 1011. home. While in Texas two weeks MILLKR BROADUUS. ago Mr. Hindlcy purchased two lots t lut t city and wus so well pleased For Sale. I have 400 or 500 bubh in els of Missouri Fultz need wheat for with the country and the town that sale; will reclean mid sell ut $1 n he nt once decided to cast hi.s fortune bushel. Jit. Melu'clinie, Phone Lnti among those people. Danville (IS. Ip caster Kxchaiigc. Ilnrrods-burg e, -in-l- .i. four-seated Com-lnerei- al ' C le d, fui-nitii- re, Thu service Moriah chinch. wire well attended and his sermons were enjoyed by all both old and outtg . Uro. Liv inpslon preached the (Impel in all of its purity, anil his labors were certainly crowned vith success The chiiri.li was wonderfully blessed. 21 came out ai'd confessed Christ as their Savior, and nvcr Monday were baptized, in (la-emorning, also 2 were received by teller. Loup mnv this noble nut it ot I God live to proclaim this blessed posppl, to a lost and dvinp orld, is (be wish of the writer. .Misses Stella Ilrant und Man Hansford, have ritiirnxl to llitir home at Somerset niter a pleasant visit with relatives here. Mr. P. M. Loup and diuplilcr Mis. Lena Conway spent a tew dujs villi Mis. Maishall Hutchison last week. Mr. John Iterry is improving uflei a slight touch of tjphoid fever. Mis Funnie Younp left Satmday tor Cynthiiina, where she will teach xchool the coming jcar. Mrs John Waters and children of Louisville are expected here this week to visit her parents Mr. und Mr. Charley Wnrfield. Mies K.uinie Wnrfield l.ula Wur-fiel- d ami Kinma Meier, and Walter W.i i field nnd l'inamiel Meier attend it! a festival at Ottenlieini Kndav liipht. Mr. Kelley MUSuffcy left Saturday inueh to the repret for Loui-villof his bust Ctrl. Mis Minie Mi (Juffey has returned, from a visit to her sister in Illi-- The post office nt Pninl vviih rohhul Inst week the snfo being taken several miles across the river into Mndisou county where it wan blown open with nitroglycerine and its content consisting of .f.'lOO in money nnd $300 in istnmps M.ciircd by the thieve. About ?OO0 in slumps had been placed in the hunk for safe keeping Wediulaj afternoon by Postmaster Sherman Oudpel and were thus fuived. Thcfe fads were reported to ('apt . (I. Mullikeii, of Lexington who vent lo the scene of the robber The dogs with two bloodhounds. followed the trail across the river to vhcre the wrecked mife was found Here there was evidence that the li;td gotten into u bugL'.v lubber iiivnitinp them, ami the trail could tin longer he lollovvcd. Lick Gar- rard county, McKINNEY. Mi. J. S. Murphy and ilaupliter Catherine attended the l.ibeity fair one day. .Miss Alice Singleton of Wnvncs-bur- g is the giuwl of her brother Dr. Singleton. Miss 1,'uth Tanner spent Inst week :n .Junction City the uest of her Miindmother Mrs. M. V. Owens. Mr. and Mrs. N'uiinelley of the IVv Ion Well section are visiting their daughter Mrs. ,J, S. Mm pity. Our boy furnished the music for the lir.; picnic ut Burnett puil; near New Salem Inst Sn tin day nnd rcrmil a good lime for all a large crowd wis present and all had u good time The linnd bovs made some good music and me to be commended for then good phiviup. Mis iMibelle Reynolds and Mary Lois (1111111 returned from Somci-- et wheie they hail been visiting for the past week , Mr. Jim Snow and son M.iel; of osemite vvns the guest of her aunt Mrs. Mack Singleton one d.iy hist week. Miss M. Knv William Phillips shot Porter Ends Lick. to death in Monticcllo Thursday, nf-tM. J. Au.xicr, county, attorney of some little trouble between the Pikeille, nnd a cousin of Millionaire nicn over n dog. Lancaster, Aug. 23 John C. C. May, committed suicide Mrs. F'ronia Nankin ,of Wayne Isaiah Foley n youth 17 county wroto the following nqcount at Crab Orcliuul Inst Friday hy opshot and is thought mortally of the killing to her father, Mr. J. II. wounded JohivWaddlo at Paint Lick ening tho artery in lit left arm with Kads here on Friday. He hnd been ti (safety rnror blade. Foley's mother and Wnddlc hnd been "Hill Phillips walked into Porter nt an iuforniary for treatment for engaged in an altercation when tho Hods' soda fountain and idiot him oi)in time nnd hml been treated by hoy shot Wnddle in defense of his ilcnd; the hall passed entirely a physician half 1111 hour before vvnn through his body, through the coun mother. Foley was arrested by the found dcitd in his room. So violent ter und on though the store wall to county officials and lodged m jail. bad been the flow of blood from tit" Miss Until Carrier celebrated her the sheet. Mound thiii every Milch of the hul clothing upon which he lav before Of course he died suddenly. Phillips 10th hirthduyy by giing u party to severing the vein was soaked with stood the sheriff off for a wnilc, a number r bttlo friends at tho blood and pools had gathered all over but no more shots were fired and home of her parents Mr. and Mrs. the floor. Physicians stay that death when he wus arrested and started W .S. Currier. Dainty refreshments must have come very ipncklv. to jail they were an hour getting veto served. Coroner (Jeoige P. Hright, of there: feeling was so high they f ear- Mrs, Chulmcrs Oullnher formerly counlv, who is nt the Spring id a mob would get him Inst night, ol Hrnntsville in this county died held nn impicst over the hodv. Aimer lie shot Porter where he sat in nt the Good Samaritan Hospital ut is survived by a wife and ovcinl his oftien chair; gave him no chance Lexington ufter a short illness. The (hihlren, who were with him for ut all to defend himself. They hnd aeccased was 33 years old and Mime time but had rteentlv lett. marriage was Miss Mnttie May bad .soiuu slight trouble over a dog, Au.xier's brother and a cousin Colby Jen but it was a mere nothing. It took Jenkins a daughter of Mr. her marnine down from Pikeville nnd took kins of liryantsville. Since the hodv home foi burial. several men to hold cousin Roe she mid Iter husband huve re(Knds' father) nnd do nn tiling with riage in sided Faette county. Hesidcs him, hat Inst nlgul they phi"H. 0TTENHEIM iter husband she is survived by her Iiitnkjn .Hint he hud broken down lather four brothers and three sisfind wns in an nvvltil condition. Porters. Misj Alfrede Ltilciins gave a watIntnl. ter's wife (Leo Wright's daughter) Miss Jennie Terrill nnd sisters' ermelon party last Suiidny evening The fact that such men are inter- ia in n very delicate Mntc of health were "at home" to a number of their (o her inany'liltio friends. llittlv friends on Thursday evening. ested us Sheriff W. L. McCnrty W. Little Mis Frnnkie Jones of Lon-l- S Fish nnd J. W. Aeey of Stnnford and it may prove fatal to her; she Inviting refreshments were served is so young too I don't reckon anyis the guest of her mm Mrs. Judge Lincoln Wells, of Liberty is thing more terrible ever happened v.hieh lidded much to the enjoyment Ivearii'i. n guarantee of what we claim for of the occasion. .Miss Theressa Wientjie has Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Miles were in our hind. Read the following letters Last night they snid the town was perfectly wild. I suppose he will bo Stanford for the Baptist Association a position in Chicago and will Stanford, Ky, Aug. 28. 1011 buried today. I feel uvvfiilly sorry leave to take charge. Her Mr. C. D. Ledford, of Jlanse under To whom it may concern: ior all of them. Porter had such u went n serious operation nt the Lanmany friends will regret to sec her While I hnve not person good nninc and stood so well among caster hospital the past week Mrs Kearns was called to Loudon el'y inspected or examined the hold- men. Ho was only 2o years old. V. A. Lear bought the following ings of the Texas Land The Danville Advocate savs: Wil lust week on account of the dentil of Company, in Texas, I Development have talked Ham Phillips who killed Porter Eads cattle which ho shipped to the Queen City market, from Holman Brown 2 her father Mr. A. L. Moreu. with parties who have been upon the in Monticcllo Thursday evening was d 'I he .Misses Wienljies entei famed bind cuttle at 5 cents; from and inspected the same. Mr, landed in the Danville jail for safe A. R. Drown, Jr., 12 heud of 1,000 Fridav night, with what thev called V. S. Fish of Stanford and others It was pound cattle at 4 cents; from Wiltheir ''going away party' us all tho From what they say it seems to me Keeping Fridny afternoon. ejrls will go away soon to resume that this company has u splendid feared that Phillips would be mob- liam Lear 3 1,200 pound steers at bed and Wnvne county officers took 1 cents; from T. 0. Hill S" their work. It vvns a delightful oc- tract of land which is a great crop l.im from the jail there Thursday 4 cents; and from casion. The evening was spent in producer. The soil is very rich anu night and hid hira out in the knobs various cattle at local traders several cows deep and there is plenty of water until he was spirited to Il'irnside singing nnd dancing. Refreshments at 3 cents per pound. A. C. Miles were served in n room beautifully for irigation purposes. where the train was taken Dand steres (would advice anyone who wants ville. Phillips formerly livedfor June bought u bunch of (leeoiated with pink and green which in l highly productive fnrm, to inspect tion City, having left there nbottt 12 at 35i cents and some heifers at every hodv admired so intuit uiiri! this property, where two crops enn years ago. It appears that ho killed the same price. lite enke and Clean- enme in; then he grown Mr. J. T. and J. P. Blanks of this every year. Ends in the heat o passion, havol course, all else was forgotten. county won both the first and secGo down und look the situation ing become aroused because his fiee ond piemiums I'ach guest was presented with a ovir you will never know the ad- pup on their fine waterhad been hot dropped. It is fern leaf n a souvenir of the oieas-iovantages nf that country until you i'ot know.li when he will be returned melons which they exhibited at the Brodhcnd fair the past week.. tee and inspect it jourself. to Monticcllo for trial. Mrs. Mnttie P. Frisbio and son The writer does not know the Yours, Fred were entei tnined nt Crab Orch W. L. McCAIilY. names of nil who were present but ELECTION COMMISSIONERS ard bprpigs Uhursday night us specit wai a fine jolly crowd and all ial guests" of Col Bennett Younc: of Stanford, Ky., Aug. 12 '11 had .1 good time, for the ladies cerThe Stnte Hoard of Election com Louisville. 'Jo whom it may concern:-- tainly know how to give you that tnUsioners' sitting in Frankfort last I have thoroughly One of the largest crowds ever when on are in their home. week appointed County Election the Texas Land Development commissioners. at Air. and Mm. Hiadley, of Crab Company's Joe T. Embry was seen 11. a sale in the county was nt laud and water supply Mr. F. Pattern's Orchard, attended church heic Sun- and find it even better than repre- named ns the democratic commission It is estimated that nenr Hrynntsvib nbout 2,500 peocr for Lincoln coi.nty with Dr. R. L. day. sented. The soil is remarkubly rich ple were there. The farms were Mrs. Jesse Heyer nnd daughter and strong nnd no fertilizers nre Davison as the Republican member. knocked down to Mr. Patton at $109. tpent the lny with Mrs-- Wentzel lie'ded or used. The artesian water 00 per acre. ,J.ive stock brought RESOLUTIONS ADOPTED BY is pure nnd wholesome ami there Wednesday. the following prices: Mule colts LINCOLN COUNTY TEACHERS. from $81 to $100, 1 Mr. and Mrsv Hustle nnd Mis. is a ;ieat quantity of it. The water pair yearling storage leservoir is the largest I mules $297,50; single work mules Ludwig attended the Ilrodltcad fair in that section. Whereas we, the colored teachers from $103 to $170. Large Shetland 'IIiiiimIiiv ami Friday. The Company employs a large of Lincoln county in Institute as- ponies brought from $85 to $lotl each Mr. Frank and Miss ICatie Wient-:c- s force of men in making various sembled under the instruction A largo bunch of sheep sold in lots of took in the big London fair nt and they arc well equip- Pi of. T. J. Smith have spent a week brought $3.20 to $350 per bend the Misse Lyons of that city. Miss ped for '.Kindling their business. I of pleasant and profitable Katie went iiom lhte to Louisville. found all their representations associa 42 yearling cattle brought $33,25 per to be Head anil 10(1 lieiters brought $30 Mis- - Catherine Casper of Ciiiein-ttnt- i, tion, therefore be it: I'oircct in every case, except ill li Resolved that m the person of per lieu if. is tite guest of hei cousin, Mr. iMiuiber of instances they did nut Mr. Viuce Pointer died nt his Hiisi fur f.w weeks. nuke their representations us strum. Prof. Smith we have a thoroughl home near Manse of what his phyinformed und specially prepared Mr. Simon l'etrey has been on the a they should. sician termed Pellagra. Several sick list for some time but is Mime Yours Truly who, hy his zeal nnd interother cases of the disease are report better at present. (Signed) W. S. FISH. est, has awakened new thought along ed in the borne neighborhood. Mr John Itocsel vvns here deliverediicntioiuil lines which, if pursued, Mr. and Mrs. J. Aeey, of Staning the I'ine new buggy Father Leo Mr. Sturgcs will be at the St. vill be productive of results in our ford nre guests Asaph Hotel all this week and will schools. We, therefore petition our Win. Hughes. Dr. of Mr. and Mrs. chased from him pin N. M. Grant ami Mr. and Mrs Eplt Pennington vvcio be glad to talk witli an one who Superintendent that Prof. Smith be tons Lueien and Bowman made a invited to return to its in 1912. visiting their parents Mr. and Mi. s interested in Texas Lauds. stay of several days in the Fallri Resolved that we appreciate the I'itv the past week. Chas. Ttub nnd attending cluitch Mrs. W. B. Acting Police Judge A. H. Mor-clie- e interest manifested m our schools Lackey is in Kansns City visiting i.t St. SvlvesterV. gave Jim Tall colored. 23 days bv superintendent Singleton. her sons Kay and Harry Lackey. in iail for hi each of the peace mid Resolved that again this ear we Miss Minnie Gtilley is visiting her For the Kentucky Slate Fair the Will Kuiuflimuu. also colored, days our representatives in the sisters in Richmond and Jit. SterSouthern railway have named rate for being drunk and disordcil. legislature to use all honorable means ling. Miss Betsy Ware of Ilopkins-vill- e (d one fare plus 'Joe fo itlte iiiuiul is the guest of her cousin Miss dip. Tickets on sale September !), Rev. J It. Jones and Rev. A. CI. to have the present school law so Lcttie Muy MeRoberts. Miss Willie to 1(1, inclusive, with final limit Coker began a meeting nt Fairview amended as th.it our boys, and girls Price of Louisville is visiting bet 20th. See local ngent for H.iptisi church on top of Hall's Gap might he given the beueiit of tho sister Mrs. Oscar Ray. Mr. and Svrviees will be higher education which tho law now Mrs. George It. Hardin, of Bellevue, lull inforintitinu. J. C. Ream, Jr., Monday evening. held at Un. in., and 7:30 p. in. A. n. ! A. St. Louis Mo. a I fords the white boys and girls of nre visitine; relatives in the country Miss Ollie Pherigo of Lexington has the state. Resolved that we make special men been the recent truest of Miss S.illie MONSTER ENGINES TO CRASH HEAD ON tion of the valuable book entitled Brown. Miss Muy Lear is in Mt. Sterling visiting Miss Olive Woods. 'The Hoy Problem" of which Prof. Robert Flkin, Smith is the nuthor, and commend here visitinz of Elkius W. Vu.. is AT THE COMING KENTUCKY STATE FAIR bis parents Mr. and it to nil who are interested in the Mrs. T. S. Elkin. Mrs. T. A. In tu re manhood of our county. and sister It(lss Jennie Resolved that we appreciate the Arnold are making u short visit to the regular attendance mid interest Richmond before returning to their taken in the institute by Dr. Mary home in Benton Harbor, Mich, Mrs. liinwn and Mrs. Emma J. Winn, the It. E. MeRoberts has returned from 4 :i visit of two weeks spent with her Cstiiunhle wife of our Conductor. Resolved that we tender a vote of mother .Mrs. Wine of Hopkinsville. thanks to Mrs. J. A. Gaines for YOU WANT WATER efficient services as secretary; the otficeis of the Huptist church for 1 have n htrce sterna drilling ma the use of their building mid the bbbHibbbbbbBpvslbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbK citizens in geuetul for their nppiecia chine, und am piepared to urill wells lion of our meetings. to any depth. I expect to Le iu LinR'fsjicctfull Submitted coln county toon. Write me at Thrilling Spectacle Provided as Premier Attraction on Saturday M. E. Jurmun, Lebanon for terms nnd particulars. A. V. Huyne.s, Afternoon of Fair Week. J. C. Van Hey, Lebanon, Ky. 673p T. D) Tardif. er cut-sol- d of-heLin-10Ibe-lo- re n, 1,200-poun500-pou800-pounn. . County Attorney nf Pike County Opens Artery In Wrist With Razor Blade. Prospectors Another Party of Porter Eads Shot To Death by on September 5. liam Phillips. Mr. Y. M. Sturgcs, general fnlc; rgcut nf the Texas Land Development Co., of Kansas City, Mo. is here in the interest of his compnny. Mr. Sturgcs recently look n party of Kentuckinns to sec his land, all of whom indorsed his ptopusltion ntter lining made a cnrcful inspection of same. Mr. Sturgcs will tnke another party, leaving here on Sept. filli. "I am very well pleased with the results of my last trip," said Mr. I'turges. " The gentlemen who went with me verified nil mv statements nnd were greatly impressed with our proposition. I show I'd them alfalfa which will cut nine time. enrly and i'gyp I rodiicc a ton to the cutting; tiuii wheat which will produce over one handled bushels to the acre, two Tops per year; land that hnd lium the owner over if 300 tier acre on onions und had a good crop of com on it vvlnl" tlie were there I showed their five lig trees from which the figs mid were picked nnd preserved slid wcie sold for 240. Our hinds are in southern Texas, near San Antonio where we have no crop failures or drouth. The summers ate cool nnd the winters nre open. We grow two crops per year; fertilizers are never llvd. I knovv of mnny instances where otic CJ"1 'ins Pa'1 for the dle Probably Fatally, loy Shoots Jehu Wadat Paint ' Sep-tenib- er U 4B jiBRpWyf --- i J... ii. r t i&fe. LV ,timii. Rp y- ' m lp WW I Hil mfwyiVCfl )) !. Jt- - 1 THE INTERIOR JOURNAL. STANFORD. KENTUCKY. TUESDAY. AUGUST 29. I9II. Low Cuts GREAT REDUCTION y .'llEl.vEMORlOI'RXAL. Established 8HELTON M. 1872 in this section nnd the number U growing. THE FARMERS d .wihe-i- i For Sale.-- Co r.l rye. See or 'phone me Silas Messer. Morebiid K. P. H .V. 1. I'lnn " tr 2 rnjrs HiUi-.- i! o For Snlo or trade for Hvo stock, 78 ncres on county rond. W. II. Mueller, Stanford, Ky., Owsley New land bought 20 stock ewes from 11. 1). Holtrclaw nt Dan Trajlor sold a cnlf lo Milium Gooch for $2.j, also a male hog at $15. 6.1-t- f. $-2oo-poun- d GREATEST MORTALITY A 8AUFLEY,.. Publisher (n this Section Seems to Be in Month of August IN ADVANCE U tan-for- REMINDER - At A At II A YEAR STRICTLY -- - Entered at tho postotdco nt as second class mall. For For For For Governor James M. McCrenry. l.lcuL governor E. J. Treasurer Thoa. S. lthea. Secretary of State 0. F. Crcco- mis. i K SUMMER CLOTHE II - For Attorney (leneral James OarnctL For Auditor II. M. Boswnrtb For State Superintendent of Schools Darksdale llamlett For Commissioner Agriculture J. W. For Clerk Court of Appeals II. u Grerno. For UaUrond Commissioner W. F. Klalr. For Circuit Judge Charles A. Hardin. Nowman. COST SAM ROBINSON Stanford, Ky. Fo' BeprcscntntUc al V. II. Shrink. SEE ME At Once and Get My Prices on MASON'S FRUIT JARS nol onWith the Courier-Journly "limping in the rear," but nilkiirr ill its tent, the Loiisille Tia.es editorially strangely i,uiesci'iit iu slate polities, now is a might fluo time for the Lexington Herald to tn'.;e the l.elm as the leading dciuoeriitui daily paper in this part of tho slit?. Tiry Woodson nnd Judc linger .ire doing jcomnn work in their Oivon-lmbut it's a liitlo fur away to do any good in this section. Let's hear from you often, Mr. ro is, 30 cts per doz T Crab Orchard, L. L. QAWnPIN MllliiJilU, Kentucky. Quart tin cans, Judge O'ltear nno bis managers n: have llttlv refused lo let 'J aft comelo Kentucky to speak foi Ihu Bepublienn Stute ticket. Probably afraid he might sny something nice a'liiiit WilNon und lit; adinnirlui. tion Pre-iiV- t the Democratic party in Kentucky, nr.d we confess to being one of the lellows, should have heard him pre-te1 the platform of principles to the Democratic uonention. We never had n greater inspiration. It was like a good Methodist sermon, to al- our ears, Mr. Beckham is a courageous young democrat, with convictions. He is not afraid fo stand, up nnd dcclaru them regardless of higher powers who differ with him. If he has done anything in the hurtful to the party or to any man in it, let us forget it. Denioctn gow, have been fighting among themselves hotrr. M. mhI Mrs. J. M. Vaiihoo.: spent Bev. H. C Wilson, of Russell Co. Ky. long enough. It is time to quit. Let Song Leader. deigutlul day at at Crab Orchard STANFORD, KENTUCKY. us nil get together for the platform a Snnatir:iim last wlm'K. Some Other Ministers have been and the ticket and elect it. BreckMiss Mattie Bishop of McCormnck nnd will he looked for. For Sale One of Lincoln coun inridge News. has been visiting her friend Miss Jumbo Camp is Located. ty's best farms. For particulars adKuth Myers.. dress M. L Marcum, Stanford, Ky. PAINT LICK county, Ky., 5 miles from The correspondent nnd his mother In Mncoln C41p. Stanford, and 4 miles of McKinncy, I. J., Field Man Visits That Pleasant are visiting relatives in the South near the head waters of Green river. End. Little City. and good tabernnclo Miss Mnry Hanson left last week Plenty of water lunch stand, etc. will attend The I. J., field representative for Virginia wheie she Those wishing to stay over night spent a few honrf. Wednesday with school. can get lodging cheap, close to tnber Miss Ethel Cone, Algie Bout and the good people of Paint Lick. This nacle. nte fee 15 cents; children was our first visit to this hustling Mr. Lucicn Myers attended the Alice under 10 years free. Thero are a little town of some 2o0 souls, situa- ton camp meeting lat Sunday. wish Mr. Winnas, of Chicago, has been few room to let to those who ted 20 miles northwest of Stanford, them. visiting Mrs. M. C. Jones. on the K. C. division of the L. & X. The Object The protracted meeting at More-lan- d It is pleasantly located in tho valley DON'T BE TOO aENEROUS. closed Sunday night with 8 Of these meetings is the regeneration through which flows Paint Lick of sinners, and sanctification of be- with the cement, lime, etc., you get creek, which stream divides Oarraid additions. from us. Remember tnat all our build Bro. Shouse of Danville filled his lieers. Come pnijing God to pour nnd Madison nt this point. Some Ing materials are mucn stronger than tlm people of tho town lies on the Madison side appointment nt the Harris Cree,k out the Holy spirit upon the ordinary and you can therefore church Sunday. nnV give us the best meeting this ordinary quantities. K and is dubbed "Covington" by the uh less than Mt. Salem boys defeated the .More war that Jumbo Camp has ever had. you like we'll tell you Just how to wits of tho plnce. to get the best results at Get Ready For Cold Weather mix them MEN1 The adjacent country is a fine ono land crew in a tight gnu.e of ball. the least cost. Come in and ask us. for ngriculture and dairying. Tho A ALLEN, Stenftrd, Ky. Why not have your house heated present drought while bad enough with hot water? in Lincoln nnd parts of Garrard, is We have In our employ one ot the now nnmitig serious proportions best hot .water and steam titters In here, but is worse in the Lowell nnd T- Othe state. Point Lenvell sections. Let us figure with you wo guaranAmong Paint Lick's foremost mertee our work. chants we note Treadway nnd YVood who run a large de W. K. WARNER, store and Fish nnd Ilnnunaek, Stanford. Ky. C. N. 0. & T. P. Ry. "Land of th r Sky," Sapphire County." proprietors of tho Peoples' store. AND HANDLE LIVE AND DRESSED In con lection with .1 M. Metcalf's pharmacy, which is POULTRY, ERGS. ICE, COAL, THE IDEAL VACATION SPOT. Southern Railway in charge, of his son, o!erer 0. M. WOOL, FURS. HIDES, otnWMiii'ei't Mclcnlf, is n well-keSALT. LIME, GINSENG, 1 Biirnnm and Backer, are proprietors, FEATHERS ETC. ra mm of a largo flouring mill and handle Special train Leaves Lexington, ti.no p, m., consisting of Pull a largo lumber business. (1. W. Price mnii Drawing Boom Sleeping Curs, Pullman Ohcrwitioii Cars and inns tho hotel nnd lhery in connecModern Day Coaches, Electrically Lighted. Dining Cars tion. 0 W. Conn runs n rarringo I'll iiieuls. lepnir shop nnd blacksmith shop. PHONE 153. There is a good tobacco facton LOW ROUND TRIP FARES. ere but not in operation at present. $7.50 Ashevlllc, N. C. The Peoples' bank is in n flourish $8.50 Henderson, N. C ing condition under tho management UNDERTAKER AND EMBALMER $8.50 Wnynesville, N. C, of K. h. Woods Pies., O. W. Forrill. STANFORD, - KY Lake Toxawwy, N. C, ....$9.50 cashier and O. L. Arnold, assistant Horn 'Pnou U. cashier. Office 'Phona 187. AND UNDERTAKERS Final Limit to return until Sept. 27th Diverse Route going dir Und n plensnnt visit with Mr. B. (Lookout Mountain), or vice FALL AND WINTER STYLES. Let and returning via Chattanooga DEAL ALSO W. Beazloy, who is one of the lendeibii. 31.50 in addition to abovo i.amcd fares. MAT- My new fall and winter samples ing citizens of this section. Then ER IN FURNITURE, are now ready for your Inspection. (pent a pleasant hour with Dr. N. Liberal Stop-- 0 ver Privileges. They comprise the bcBt on tho market Mays, one among tho best physicians TINGS, RUGS. THEY WILL can suit anyone as to price who bad in Gurrnrd county. Dr. Mays is n For full information, booklet an d sleeping car reservations FURNITURE EXCHANGE his clothes made tc order. A suit write wry agreeable gentleman nnd has n made to our measuie is preferable FOR ALL KINDS OF 8TOCK. to ready made clothes. To bavo them wide circle of friends. lie is a broth H. C. HECKLER, Oeu. Pass Agt II. C. KING, P. nnd T. A. made to measure doesn't cost any of Senator W. 0. Bradley GIVE THEM A CALL. PRICE lugulls Building, 101 K. .Main Street. quality 'lis more than ready made when wife being a sister of the noted Cincinnati, O. Lexington, Ky. Phone 49 Is considered. Com0 In and and fit RIGHT. statesman. let me take your measure. KENTUCKY. H. C. RUPLEY, Tho Practical Tailor :: TANFORD, The I. J., has a great rnnny friends 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. FLOUR! J. H. Baughman & Co. Looks niightly like that halo tried to put on Bradley's head is going to fall on his own neck and choke him to political death. O'-lle- ur You fellows who have been blaming Beckham for nil the troubles of nt ptt was born February departed this life pnl Ho was a son of Mnry tllli and Lei Khun of this county. Cnhm us called to lenw is while in linn of duty. For sewrnl years he has been a worker in the telephone -- . ire.nnd lit different times been operator in different counties. Two weeks before his death he was called to work in the telephone business n Paris. Kv.. whero he met his ilenlh At one o'clock on April lib he started to arrange some wiics on u pole, while climbing the pole came in contact with n live wire which enmed his death. Be was found on the ground lo the pole. After shoit services at the grave and amid n profusion of flowers the reniniiiH were interred in the Goshen cemetery Calvin is gone but not forgotten. Never will his memory fade. Sweet be 11.3. thoughts will ever linger where lie Hnc your rubber tireing done nt is laid. Brotheis sisters cease thy weeping trut O trust nnd gnew no Pence Bro. !?U, .t15 and $10, bc- -t more. A little while and yon will c"3 tire- -. join him on that bright and shining Khorc. It is hard to part with Cal vin. O so sad to know lie is vone; MILLEDGEVILLE. but n gentle voice called him nnd he home. Mrs. ii. Young has been quite ill enlmlv entered M. B. S. at her home. Mr. Bill Benedict had a nice cow - JUMBO CAMP MEETING! to be killed by it train of Bowon nNo had a fine large hog to get killed the same way Commencing September I, 1911: Run who is an Miss Mattie Gti-u- n ning Ten Days. tailor of Damillo isited her week. mother here last TIIBIK MEETINGS DAILY. Mr. Emmet t Hasty of Tun.ersviIIo 10 a. m.. 2 p. m.. 7 p. m. visited here last week. MINISTERS: Miss Bessie Brown of Cincinnati REV. J. E WOOI.BIDnE. Kusscll is isiting .Mr. and Mrs. Joe NewJ. Springs. Mr .and Mrs. Wesley Giddib-- have (one to Ciucinnti to make their KEV. BOBEBT McGOWAN, GlasCalvin Elnni Mr. S. J. Turpin, who has been in charge of the lluffnlo cemetery for the last four years, nnd wis engaged as assistant for serrnl years prior, iu very painstaking in nil his duties smallest detail. His work give general satisfaction, not only to the management of the cemetery company hut to the patrons ns well Visitors spenk very comulimrntnry of this beautiful cemetery und say it would be hard to lind its superior anywhere. There is no doubt but what it is the bet drained cemetery in Kentucky, on account of its extremely porous soil. At no time, while digging a gruvo has Mr. Tin pin been able to sco tiny water or hud to dip any out, not eeti in digging grnves in this rainiest season. When questioned as to the month in which most interments take plncu he very rendilv replied that August though. so fur miw more burial this year, there were only two. Contrary to the old prejudice igninit March as the month which carries off the old people, invalid-- , nnd sickly infants it is strangely true that' March .according to the record1, shows up fewest burials. In the lnt ten venrs there went 113 burials, the ear 1003 being tho year giving the least. 30. "Hie jenr 1008 lied with 1901 on 30 as the greatest number. The present year shows only 27 burial to date, tho average rate for tlie entire jenr, on n ten J ear uveruge will exi-din- It is a little early, we admit, but just to A gold woteh fob was left on the dining loom tablo at the Baptist Association in Stanford Wednesday. Owner cnu hnvo snmo by applying nt this office nnd paying for" this ad CALVIN ELAM. lOlh IhDO, 15)11. 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 A When you Get Ready. ooooooooocooooooocoooooooooooooooooo H. J. McRoberts. 'Stanford, Kentucky. in-it- ed Bring Your Prescriptions Here To Be Compounded i When your physician hai pre scribed a medicine (or you to take, the next Important step Is to have that prescription placcil In tho hands ot a thoroughly rcllabloand competent pharmacist so it will bo compounded cinctly ns directed. We have gained nn cnvlablo reputation (or always being very careful and painstaking In our compounding and (eel that, in alt justice to your own good health, you should bring your next prescription hett. Here, texi, you will find a complete nnd Inviting display o( toilet articles, rubber goods, soaps, perfumes, toilet preparations and oil standard remedies. For interior decorating we carry and recommend ALABASTINE, the beautiful wall coaling. Call and sco samples ot tints and ask us about it. PENNY'S DRUG STORE. J. We Vkant Special Excursion Stanford, Kentucky nnna Produce nrt-me- nt IAsheville,N.C, J. C. McClary w Tuesday September 12 191 H. B. Northcott. T. K. Tudor. Mgr. - CLEAN UP SALE OF -:- - ,'sSSB!&- 1 - OXFORDS ! We have cut the price on J. L. Beazley & Co Lexington to every OXFORD in the House. MEN'S WOMEN' AND CHILDREN'S. w l WF . ta PorUn LCLKLlUbf CRAB ORCHARD, KENTUCKY. 4 .. ta- - A Sl .Ato.-v- . ! i - gzszs w vv ' f ini THE INTERIOR JOURNAL. STANF0RD KENTUCKY TIIFSnAV AUGUST 20 mil. That the fall season is upon us? Our business necessitates ourlookingahead. We were busy those hot days looking for good things. We have received our first shipment of Ladies new fall shoes. Come in and look at the new corduroy, velvet, cravenette, gun metal and patent shoes for ladies. These new fall styles are very attractive. Prices are reasonable. DO YOU REALIZE SHORT LOCALS. a Son SEVERANCE & SON, Stanford, Kentucky. PERSONAL and SOCIAL JikIro J. 1. Hnilc) wn in lticli- tiioml Snlimlny. Mr. W. II. Trnjlnr lin liecn qulln hick but m hot I or. Mr, W II. I'cihiIm lm been init uti'L. lid Mrn. Siirlain wcro t Mr. it C. Trnjlor. Molting Mr. anil .Mm. S. J. Ilt'll nml fiimilv wire snout of Mr. nml Mm. J. V. Powell nt Huh Mr. W. II. Hrndy and son Kdur Hpent buudiiy in Loiuxwllc. Mihoh Miiirjjie nml Julia amine, of LnneiiMter urn kik'sIh of Mr. nml Mm. William Stone. Mr. nml Mm. II. M Hhickerbv of Louis villu nrc here on a MHit to friends nml relative. Bernard mid Albert Iloditi, of Louisville, whs hero Innt Sunday to Msit their parents Mr mid Mm. Cur-to- n lloehll, of (Mtrnlieini. Mr. umi Mm. M. I). I'.lmore. W. Ik MeKinim.v nnd n larKi' number of .k'c 1 ton ilk. Mm. Pendlelou Cox, nml ilmiglitrr MImh Minervii, of Liini'iiHlcr nltimil , others from here uttimled the London fair last wiek. Mr. and Mm. Jnnies T. Menefee emne nvu fioin Dnmille ami pent - nn'ouintioii iiikI uero cn"tul tinSimd.i with the liDinefolki. dl Mr. nml Mm. JoIiii Yi1Uuiii. Mr. J. C. Oslioriit, of ICnowille, MIm !.lm lo(ier w iitini; tliu wn- - here Siiiidn). Prut. W. ). Moppei, returned to of .Mr. 1' S. Trmlor, in fnmil Ml. Sterlintr Momla to nffniri III shape tor the opt miijr of tlm eity Mr. iitnl Mm. M. 0 Kenneilv of mIiimiU ol whieh liu is supei intend-cu- t. trvnnt-vill,Mire kiiiwIh of ri'Inlixr I'runihu-svillt- t. nml fneniN nt Mm. Pinost Wnrren, of Middles-borin tlie truest of her parent, Kc Mi. ami Mm. P. I Thompson nt" nyouiiiiK ocr tin1 nrnvtil of n till nml Mm. Joeph llalloii. Mm. (ii'o. K. Ctiwan who has bei n joiuul iluinorrat nl their liiune. with her parents Mr. and Mm .1. . P. I), (luin nml fninil of HisIiUikI Mi'liefie went to .Maple drove, ()., for livni Slutiim to Uiim' Mm. (ho. P. imI hei whole thny will iiiuko their futur Maui) nml will nUo t it Mr- - L. I' ( urpi'iiter nl Wilhuui-por- l, luiiiu. Mr. (iiini will lmi i'inp1 Pa., he- tni'tit in ii Ine on;"" lore l etui tun);. Mr. IJrntwt I.. Kuril who Iiiih been Mis Shhi Allen Cnriniiev has to riitflut'i Willioit nt the iiiilatioiin to till of " iter little .'I to with lie" Imiik of Morelnnil, wi hcr on bni-l,e- - friend- - to -- peml lie 1ib ri'MBiiiil hi MiMilnv . Tuedm eeiillic AlltUt 'J'Hll t loltion nml will nlteiul the llimton-- liein her V2 birthdnv. villi- - lllttll Kehool tin- - full. Mii Alplm Powle ha- - returmd Dr. M. M Plnllip. hi.iI S. Albert after a two wek- -' iit to her i Lonthe fnir at Phillip- tei. Mm S. A Keith of MnvuMlle don hit week. nml The Wnrreu (Iiiirbv Clmptsr of Mi. nml Mm. W. Ik Mm. V. V. Crmir nml rhiblren nt the V. I) C.'s will meet with Mm. aflernoon tiv Ht Orob W. II. Iliwms Wnliie-ili- n Uk from m wei-knt 3 :.rt0. A full ntteiidanee is re MinnK. it quested. U JhcIc Itout lfl M 'h- .Mhk winikV re- -t nml reeupenitum t Melloberts of Dinville - the nttnntno 2ti"'t of Mm s P Orflwiil Spnnif. HL JtiM. Joe T. Kmbrv. OiwtwHub- Mart'e nt her eomiirv 'mine nml Ik W ble. W S. Hiirt-li- . ,7(ii(iliii.i Iln lun of P.iri-i- k Mi- S. T. IlitrriM nre "pemluiic mihw tmw lilnit her icniiid iiiothur Mm. nt ('nib Oreluiril Spring. Permi'ba llrown nml other relnthe-her- t. ft o o, ti-t- ftry. disk singer sewing mnchine, of oak cot, table, chairs, rugs, curtains' picWe Inns a bujer lor a farm ot tures, pillows, rhmnhcM ineyclo nbout 100 ncres well improved and I'Aidia Wnshburn ninmlolm. nnd -'- .'.i on pike. If Via hive nnithiiij; near llargains ' linmcholl gootls. i this, list it with us. Huxhtri & liikiu at time. Mm. Kute P. Millet O'Jtf Stanford. bO-Main Street. great varii1' Weildini prisents in For Sale. Good HCcoinl itamt fi"tf ty. W. II. Mueller, Jewtlcr. Pence Pros., wiignn and hnrnees. For Sale Second hand wagon; ns 'iU-t(i'tf good as now. Pcnco Bros. Ilnok for your stnte and couii'j itaxes lire now ready. Please tall Pur Sale My home on lower and -- Utle W. L. MtCartv, sheriff Main strut. Poiwiiiii at onec Phone No. 168 tor fire Insurance ("tf Mm. L. Ik Cook. on vour tobacco in barn. R. M. New- land Anent. I am now to exchange Hour Lo-- t, lii'tween Crab Orchard and for wheat at my roller null nt Stanford, ring with several n. (ill Charles one of which is number l( to mletj Plcnt-leave at W. S. Flth repreents only t"e oet deposit box. National Hank. and strongest Insurance companies. 34 f Let him keep yuu protesteJ. the grent Hon't mi I ire nt the opera house W'edne-d- a f tb roiintry t t l. iiukk t aurrti M OiH :ioth. ut t..ti.r ti4 ti.tu tk u U.n au nih.r frw y.r. -- M mpp .l t.i le mrur.tuB. l.r I (rr.t It kiral dlft aid aay vr.r U Kiun rviiiiiirM by rmalMUir JIU FINE MILL FOR SALE' rrmwlim. .nil pnmOl I Mc-Car- tj, f. Ln-shLm-eolu Stm-kMirTli-- rp niL-hAti-.u-am-v- h. k"-- For Salf My homo mi Hast alain l)St II. C. ilaiigliiiMii. strci't three Seemed to Give Him a New Stomach, Sale Privalely.--bed rooii ret, old fashioned "I suffered Intensely nftfi eating tin mi, mnrhte top table, of vvnli.iit, nnd no medicine or treatment I Ined writing seemed to do nny got.d," writes II. M two soctiotml book enses, A For i pice TEE NEW PEDRIA- -A Yoiingpctcrs Kthtor of lilt Sun, Iike View, Ohio. "Tho fust few do-- et nnd I.'Vcr Chnmbei Iain's Stoumi-tablets gave me surprising relief and the second battle cemed to give mc a new stomnch and peifectly good health." For pale by nil dealer-- .. 3E CCZ3 CO JUI UJ a ur bJO CO00 O ul 5 eo z x tta: cc 5g Ul Z? as xui -- :ttu; r; i S0 CO UJ S2 u. u U a. CO r- zo co uj co uim CO Hco us ui or UJ .X U SB oH ""UJ3 . JCOW O O: -r- MS u J 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. 3tO W. H. Higgins. Stanford, Ky. AT THE NEW GEM THEATRE HIGH CLASS OPEN EVERY NIGHT KY. Ul x ,oxu.E - CO zo Oh Ut Ul o P Utfl Ul cc C3 O O "w xu. u. - in T" Q oPui Ju nU -LLJ t- CC ! MOVING PICTURES Look! 0 2,000 Feet oftNew Pictures Every Night For Only 5 and 10c , OIVfNI-UKU- bi rwrc villi Nral IrrtMMerit. pruaounrrd It InmrftM VMf W TOIH (Utlh to hr a ciHIlltulloMI ill mml arid thTetiire f.qulrri f.MialltuOaal treatment. ORE GINGHAMS ntli-nile- Ithr market. JdnitM ta a ' J takm rnLmaUr In "" ttom It un (tlrrctlr tm the blooj It n( thr arvl kturoiiA nrr.f-Thr alt" n una v cure, rctw hvntlrrt ilaRar. for any nk- -. .r aaJ tffiiaK'iiuiK.A tfr riTu CO.. OMl I J OIHM' V Adan- -a ud hr lrnl.u. 'V Hall a Mmllr ls (of renailiwuv lata 1. I jurin iwt. nai ulnluml II Irl CIF On-tan- ) fr (rl Good sccouil tinna l)tiRRleB for pale &8 tf nt linrKnlnn. Pcnco Bros. Head the uilveiti-eineof spieinl picture ut Opera Iltiu-- e Wtd. night The Chicago Stotkianl fire. nt limit mi this opportunity lor un tit' Ileciriiig to give mv time to my farm, a- - I imd in lake it batk, I will -- ell to the I'idii- -t b'dder on the premise- at 1 .10 P. M., on Tuesday, September 12. 1511 iiivi-tme- . , ,' -I had ta uinmer will be held with .Ml- -- I'.lUn ken so ninny tnedl- - HnHou tin- - Hfteiuoou. clnca that 1 riie-- e .ounir people have tiijtyed (liHcoiiriiRed nml tboiiKht I would hoeinl pltdMiirex with their study. iiiMlid the nevf'r xot well. A i Mih- - Itiilhu ilaeknou menu una mu ot lkieh Club WVihie-il- a eeinii(; of Ljdlai:. l'inkhdm's Inst week to meet her ipio- -t Mr. Hur. VuKOtnblu Coin. h lyli Liu ns ot li'iulfui I, it, The Ioutd mid It mo to health. I memory of a limit eiijojabln omiiiu 1 luivo no liioro stronger and 1 can (will not brightiil the ricolleetinii of Sain, my nerves amI.mII.i K. l'liikhain's the neution than the one spent with ow n w nrlc. -. The follow- Vepetablo Coiniound cured inn after this charming! everytlilnir had failed, and 1 afiernoon, tho Club was enter- It to other sutferinp women." iiu' Mus. Wit. Skals, W5 W. Howard St., liitiH'd li Mm. John 11. I'he nuiKts wero leeeived by Miss Creston, Iowa. Thousands of unsolicited nml genu. Mnrv Lhrnhcth MuKinney nml aftei Ino testimonials llko thouloo iiroo lieiiis: -- ened fmppo in the dining the efllclunry of Ljilia K. I'lnkliain's Vemitablo Compound, which Is uudo loom by Mm. John Onsley Kenl mid Mm. Hujs. Poster a most creditable exclusively from roots mid herbs. Women who suffer from thoso dis- musical program wus ruuUrcd with tressing Ills filiould not loso lKlit of tbu mi of MihS Ktrta Jeuti theso facts ordoubt tbu nbilltyof L)dla Penny violinist mid Miss Merthu i:. l'inkliam's Vegotablo Comiwund to Jackson render. restoru their health. rlto Mm. Poster served delicious iciu If you want upocinl advice Mush. mid rakes to (ho (,'uehts on tho lawn to Aim. lMiikliain, at L im, Slio will trout jour let top iw mid porches. When thoy liuKcrcd iBtrlctly confidential. lVrSOyconi until tho lengthening hhadnwfe warnhIio has been liolplnir hick women COFFEY In this way, freool cliurKv. Uon't ed them a most pleasant afternoon i imibt bo one of vacation's memories. Fhont 1M. k.. .licsltato wrltout oucc, IMwnrd Iluev of RtimcMct whs For Sale. I will mII at public llrow-- i ill! pnest o: Pus.-c- ii lieie outi'r in front of the court liou-- i' h- -' in Stanford on Monday .Sept Mrs. K. It Kiteliie and mhi flenrr'u door loiintv court day, at 1 o'clock P. M. WVIIs, Texas, left for Mineral John N. Menefte, Jr.. neeotn-pame- d 1 tdmrcri of stock in the bank of Ik W. McQuffcy, Adm'r her mid will probablv loeate Morelnnil. T.S ip W. L. Dislion. injlint city. I'd Wnlton Karmer, the Miunj; sou A will known I)e- - Moines won. an of Jailer Dink KuruiPi, fell off .i lifter suffering niier.ibly for t.vo hoMe he i ridinsr In ie Siin dav eenin;r and broke his left loir. days from bowel complaint was rur-t- d ie h M. ICan, Mr. 1!oiht, by one dose of Chnmberhiin's Colabove the nnklc. Ptppleii, Mr. Albert Phillips, ic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Ilcmedy. An exttenitly pleasant Kocial event Mix Lillian Pemu, Mr. Thiirnioml Kor sale by nil dcalcM. Tudor, Mi Snrn Humllev. Mr. V! of last week was Mm. W. 11. 0'IS.in-- i on'- - informal reception on Krnliiy Murtiu. Miss Miiion (Jnmos Mr. CRAB ORCHARD. Will Orimet., Mi-- h l.i.rr.un Cmiipbell, I'M'tiinj; m honor of her niece. Miss Mr. Walter .Milbiirn, Mrt-- r. Willie l.i'K.ir Ptrnn, of Anderson, Indiana, moni: her kiic-- U wire. Wileher, te ( itrtM, lluwurd ami her sm-lMi Lear Perrin, Wesley l'nibn. Mis. Xtiumuii Holmes .lellico, haveir Joe Hill, nml Vitrei! V ml- He ic Ciimoii, of u Mi Holtehitt, Mr. Kus-e- ll vi-Ilrtiui, Mi-J.uttie Carson. Mr. u turned home alter a plen-.ito Mr- - Cluudta Holmes. Hopper, Mi- -s I.Ie- - Cooper leore Mr. I .1. Ilue. Mist, Mary C. Melvin-nMm. Oeha Arnold and d inciter Mi-- s -, Lizzie Arnold of I.iu-u- -. Mr. Joe Hill, Mis Jciiiuti mc I.or-'i- i Jlr- -. F. K. Cuuinim- - nnd Mr. Albeit Phillip- -, Mi other relatives here, Prenchei-vill- e. in (.nuipbcll, Mi. Will Martin. Mi K.ite ltmie, Mr. Harris Coliirim, and Mi Ltla Miller, Mr. Tom Hrmlit, Mr- -. Claudia. Holmau and daugli--te- r, Mi i, Mr Stiwart Came .Minnie, pent a few duv.v- - with Mi- -s Lillian Miller, Mr. Th'ii-in.ui- il .Mr. nml Mr. Prank Kte ut Lancih Tudor, Mi-- - Mario Malumey, ter. Mr .Lt'Ater O'llaiuion. School opens Monday Siptciubei I til. Let nil be'readv to -- tart lor THE BACH CLUB. it iiuikes it ca-iboth te.uher uud . The lkieh Club luis been stud Hi pupil. 13. Pinkliam's ,liii-ii.- il -Cured by Lydia iIiiiiiik the 'in iiht W'c nrc glad to -- co .Mr. and Mm. in tl me heini; ieu 'i wnlitii te- -t L. L. haiulers out after their illue . Vegetable Compound. 'tin- - iimriiiiiK m tlui mIiouI bnlnli'i-- i Air. Kit Cnmiiliill -- iient n few Creston, low.i. " I was troubled for Hi mhix will he uMiiiiini'il In Mi- -i linitrx Sunilav with Ins dniightci- -, n Ioiik tiino with liitl.iiumalloii, pnius Man llipiiu- - mid Mi Virginia Mav ami Stelh. in my nine, iiK llourne. The lnt mcUui); ot the honor of Mr. Ilowurd Wnlker. were heneil mid u moi Uoubli CM'iiin wiii nprut li nil Amonir I er euests were! Mi.h Mim K. .MeKinne, Mr. Curl Carter. Mi- -s l.nsu lloltcluw, Mr. Stewnrt Ciimoij. Miss Helm White, Mr. Hrowbiuk Mish Lottie Ciimoii Jlr. (leorcr IlnpiH-r- . Mi- - Mnrv M Mi-- s Matln-iiN- . Joitihine Cann liter, Mr. Klmont Knds. Mis Kntc D Finney. Mr. loirnn MeCnll. Mi- - Mnrv Jo-epMis-Jenn- Mi- - Miikkh Stnsic ntert.iinil nt her home i!ehi:litfiill lac t ixtek in 1 1 a, pn-tu- NVw-Inn- d. Li-s- w nt -it INFLAM e, Pep-pit-- MATION The tollowmg real Flour mill ot "." ham cr.paeitv. this mill 'ins four -- lands of roll- liv -- t'Tin port et .itid nut'.,e- Hour anil ii".i! u- - c.tn be in.nl Ii - lotnt"tl on tlu Q. & C. raihtiul at McKinnej, Ky J3 miles south of Uunvillc mid ltd mile- - north of Somerset, w th a -- pur running to the mil! from the main hue. Without fear of contradiction I -- ay we have the best market for iced in the Mate nnd the bc- -t locatctl rollei mill. The mill is live fctoriys high nnd ha- - ju- -t recently been equipped with the mo- -t modern machinery fioiu top to bottom. We have mi abundant -- apply of never tailing water. It ban a larse scale for weighing wagon and team, coal -- bed-, a good barn and 1ms adjoining it a piece of building hind with a fine a well and a toncrcte cellar on it. I will divide the laud and -- ell it separately or will sell the two as n whole. Thi- - tale will take place the dav following the sale of the beautiful lf0 ncre- - farm ot A. D. Hoot. We have m daily train- - nnd anyone desiring to -- ee thi- - property ciui get olf any of thc-- e trains nt nnd find iw without trouble. Turn- - made known on dny of -- ale J. S. MURPHY, McKinney Kv. T. I). Lngh-- li S t- -i 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 o tn o OiO a o rt c5 a 3 O HUGHES, MARTIN & CO, 2 Stanford, -- Dry Goods, Notions, Shoes Ky. -- - ASK YOUR - - H Neighbor If You Have Not Worn One of Our Auct. Cai--ni- AND PAIN Catarrh t. ot he.ul.iclies nml iiu ho-te- 1 Cured by The Marvel ot The Century, u. d. icsiea ror 30 Years. Hawkins, spitting, lout, breatk. dls- charges of yellow matter permanent. Ir cured wlUi pure Hotnnlcnl Ingredients. To prove It we wilt send jou a SAMPLE TREATMENT FREE CATAItim IS NOT O.VIA DANG K- OU8 but It causes ulcerations, deatli and deca of bones. Kills ambition often csiubcs Uea of appetite, and reaches to general debilit , Idlocj and Insanity, it needs attention nt once Cure it by taking Botanic Blood Balm (B. B. B.) it is a quick radical permanent cure because it rids tho s6tcin i ot tho poison germs that cause citarrh at the same liuio Blood Balm (B. . B.) purities tho blood, does awn) with every hyuiptoni ut catarrh. B. B. B. sends a tingling flood of warm, rich pure blood direct to tlie paralyzed uerves, and parts affected by catarrhal poison, giving warmth mid strength Just where It is needed, mid In this way making a perfect lasting fWfcTVjjmVS?- - ' U i lfll . M cure of catarrh in nil its torms, DHUU DETSY'3 PUINTERS: OlaTS or by express, fl PKIt I.AitUK UOTTI.B, with directions for homo "Molly and l agree ttat counter- cure. tiAMl'LK SENT FHEK by writ-inmoney feit and substitute goods Blood Balm Co., Atlanta Ga, Des como from tho Bam0 parents. Tho cribe your trouble and tree medical coin nml the good a may very cloel aavice given, soiu vy snugi ts uuu ratomblo tho genuine hut behind thorn Is nolther honor or nonesty .You will find no substitutes, only the genuine of standard quality nt Coffey lu po.ltton todoa.ll klndi at con orellng, such mi lilock Work, raTemotc r Coleman's. ad. In furl. wt enn initkH Hiiy think Irom Now is the time for that Ice Cream tiou.Krtown to s (n- -c poit. We can promptly nnd guurnntue nnl-claFreezer and Water Cooler. We havp jou nd nmlerlitl. OkII nml itt our ptlovi ork t (tore yon bay your material at leait. them. er -- oO Look! Guaranteed All Wool Suits Ui u 3 And Take His Advice IF YOU HAVE WORN ONE. WE KNOW IT HAS GIVEN YOU SATIS FACTION. YOU FOR WE SOLD IT TO UNDER A POSITIVE GUARNO COM- ANTEE AND HAVE HAD PLAINTS. WHY NOT KNOW BUY ,pjnf ..: il-ll- WHAT AND RUN YOU M0 IS GOOD RISK. DON'T BUY SOMETHING SOME ELSE. BECAUSE TELLOW. U1UI OTHER OF i JUST WANTS TO SELL HAVE A xccutulo 2" K- r-- COi'U. p Ul o oc YOU. BUT Ul eh HEAD YOUR OWN. g ' QjUIXl-- co o acuui-- 1 .Ear? "x ,S3 r THE HOME OF HART SCHAFFN ER. & MAR ALL WOOL CLOTHING CONCRETING Wr ii .coco" KujoEjc trr oCuf2u cctgz-- J ico Dl(3 x CCUI nui g5 at i3 A COLEMAN, Prompt Delivery. PHILLIPS BROS.. 6 tan ford, Ky. pOCuto o w COCOOUK ccoo Ur- CC rriw- -i C3 uiu.5J ee JS -a;U. Cummins & Wearen, E a. UJCC ac a. sot Stanford, Kentucky. WMWIiMTIIiiTlllH nJMWMiylnJw' THE INTERIOR JOURNAL STANFORD. KENTUCKY. TUESDAY. AUBUST 28. 1911 SECOND ANNUAL SALE Of Mules, Br MIU mares And fi Colts, Cattle arid Sheep AT NUNNELLEY'S STOCK YARDS, Under cover 100 yards from L. & N. STANFORD, KY. Sale positive. No postponement on account of weather. Railroad Station. - WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 6, 1911, BEGINNING SHARP AT 9 O'CLOCK A. M. 1,240 Head Mules, Broodmares, They are the cheapest in the lonj run. and Colts, Cattle are and well bro ken. Sheep ' -- 1,240 Head 50 MULES, 2 TO 5 YEARS OLD. All mares except seven; 20 wall matched pairs, including several teams of as good show mules as our J. H. Baughman ever showed. All except a few of the youngest This will be a rare opportunity to get an extra team of mules, something to be proud of. And why not have the best? We look for these mules to seH cheap, quality considered. p 40 DRAFT TYPE BROODMARES 30 COLTS, HORSES AND MULES 20 COLORADO AND MONTANA BRANDED MARES. ' , These brood mares are the right kind for mules, being the big boned Western mares weighing from 1,100 in the state from his first colts to to 1,600 pounds. Twenty of the largest and best are bred to the great mule jack, Samson, which is the sireof mere show mules than any jack Remember, we have all kinds of mares: big, little, old and young, broke and u nbroken, and plenty of them. the present, or for four years in succession. All the other brood mares were bred to a draft horse.. 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 1,000 LBS lOO HIGH GRADE FEEDERS WEIGHT 1,000 to 1,100 lbs. These calves are all home raised and bought in Lincoln, Garrard and Boyle counties and nothing but the very best quality and all good colors were especially bought for this sale. These yearlings and feeders are the best that could be purchased We have been since April 1st getting these cattle together for this sale. This is a splendid chance to get good cattle worth the money, as we have these cattle bought right. V i We have 600 head of the very 600 Kentucky bred Stock Ewes. mountains this season. We best Wayne county stock ewes from to 5 years old; nothing over 5 years old and mostly from 2 to 4 years old. These sheep are an extra large 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. I bone sheep; most all of them black faces and they are fresh from 'he 20 Oxford Shropshire Wc also have 20 head of & Southdown Bucks. Ky. Some of extra fine Oxford Shropshire Southdown bucks from forward lambs to 4 years old. All these bucks the latter bucks were imported here from Canada. arc subject to register. These bucks were bopght from the Henry Baughman flock at Hustnnvllle, Ky., and the Granville Cecil flock, of Danville, Other particulars will be given on day of sale. This will be an absolute closing: out sale to dissolve the firm of the J. H. BAUGHMAN LIVE STOCK CO., TERMS: All sums ot $50 and under cash, over this amount a credit of 8 months with 6 pei cent interest from date of sale. Purchaser giving" a bankable note. For further particulars address, . H. Baughman, Stanford, Kentucky, Or Stanford, Kentucky. Charles Lutes, Stanford, Kentucky. J. H. Baughman Live Stock Company, same place, we will sell 150 P fS.:Beginning promptly at 9:30 A. M. On Sept;7th 1911 atCatalogue. Dinner for all125 to days high class and busineso both of sale horses and mules, This Stuff is all tat and ready Write for T. H. Baughman. Live Stock Company L M. DUNN and T. D. ENGLISH, Auctioneers . miutmmhgmifmmm ix -