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GENERAL NEWS NOTES SPLENDID SESSION OF SUNDAY SCHOOL BODY IN RUNAWAY ACCIDENT AfMl Lincoln Farmer Thrown Frem Rhmv When Horse Scares At Cession With Another Rl The cntiro rnmmiinity wn Inex trcsitly shocked by n runaway accident Sunday afternoon ns it result of. which tbo nged Mr. Lci Mers, one ot tlio best known of the older cituons of the county, ilieri ul the home of hm won, Mnt Mcr o'n the lliistonillc pike Tuesday. Mr. was Irtilly bruised up when shu in h'iih nlso thrown lrmn the buggy dnch the miiplo vvere rilling, but it it not believed that her injuries will prove fiitnl, though iputo lions. g Mr. nun Mr. Mom were ictiirn-nirelulivos in the visit from a M-on. est End, nbiuU tlin e uVloe k Sunns nenr ,l"' day afternoon ,and Queen iV Crcs-.c,nke tunnel under the tracks on the llustonvillo road nlTiiir occurred. I hut the droiulful Ah Jake Mwrs.suii of the wai timing i" front f,,,w f",,,,cr j.ml mother, when a rig, being drivtltc en hv several young people ol beIt h West End. passed him. "c ""? tluit the oceiio-intllow ot I'm mile lil not -- ee tin. Iniiutt riirootlv Mr. ami Mi. Mors. obler i !..., ..r i.iLi, .tiers. for. the licillllil iiiiii turned into the rwidvvnv mrnin after ...... nun imiMiu' tlio firM nf. vehicleti being full into the horse ami .inioii hv tin couple beliuul. driving Mr ami Mrs. Mcrs Mere boll-oi- l, ji xning horse, hieh instantly il anil hi Miking the erics bur, the buggv anil burled the in the gWiwri. Mr. Mvirs believed to huve been dragged for I He omo dislunie as the horse run. piekeil nil in mi unconscious wits Mv-.omllttnn iiiul both be nail Mrs. immediately taken to their were Jioiro ami phNsieinns summoned. ut 1 s The Lexington Ijondcr sayH there Loss Is will be McCermack't n Hurley pool this yenr About 2jm With No Insurance . While playimc with n rille Monday nt Danville George Wilflic.i, nged 11 shot and kill years The large turn on the farm of cd by was accidentally o playmate. Cliailcs Heddow, Will MeCornmek, in the Met'or-inni-k- 's to President l'utt i. preoann fliurcli ncinhhorliood humeri innke tbo tariff thu issue of the 101'J down at midnight Monday niglit campaign and his spccchca on his The burn contninrd n lniye ipmntity be mostly devoted of bay and wns a total loi. Tbo western tour wil exptctcd revision. It los will nmoiint to about $2,800 to tanff "progressives" iswill get a the winch bits Mr. Alcl'ormnek pictty that iinid, us lie land no insuiiincc on lapping. Emperor The of Japan nml the i fiber the hnrn or its contents. Emperor or Russia in eordiul teleIt is not known how the fire grams have settle difference growThe alnnii was uiven u ing out of the recent war. ton n when the ifrenl lilmo wns seen 'Die lira west rains in three jenrs to the west, nml Koy Stuart nimle a utu reported in Texas. Tlio cotton but soon mil with the hose reel, ciop i? siml to have been damaged. found the fire uns too far III tbo The Vatican bus taken country for nay nasistarko to Wo to prevent the loss of itsprcciutioty, ait treas.n en. ures by the! I. bulge O'Kenr opened bis cumpoign Ytnl urn iilunI snfn fmfll nllV loss in Western Kentucky with u speeon hi fire when ou have insiiranee with ut Wickhlfe. I. I). Woareu, the Insiiranee Mini, ot A Southern railwnj excursion tram btiinlonl. Iriuii Chiiilotlu to Johnson City, Tcrni was wrecked near King's Mountain THE "LILY WHITES." X. C. nml twenl)-ou- e pnsrfeiigcis were injured. 0( Lincoln Are Requrstetl To Look The Hurley Tubulin Srteitly at This Picture. i the election of (l waichousc ut Lexington. Uiilt'i-moth Lincoln County Association Holds Great Meeting Here Fine Re ports and Papers Read The Liucolu county Kunduy sihool msoci.ition convened in the Christian church in Stunford nt 7::i0 P. M., Tuesday, the 2tith. A lino audi-uu- o greeted the speakers of the i veiling mid the, exercises wir" thrill l interesting. Rev. D. M. Walker, the comity president, presided. The lounty secretury, Mrs. J. J. Dickey bud fnm let strenuous clToits to awaken tbo interest nml enlist the of the schooU of the 'oiinty. Circular letters were mailed to even siipoiintcnilcut in the county, urging llie swuliug ot. delegutes nnd leports to tbo meeting; also tin- - (.outribu-lion- s nsktri tor the lountv, state mid intciiiiit iniiii I work, ol throe nuts tor inch lor pupil nml ," mils encli olllcer nnd lutein r. The I espouse to these mils was giatlf.v-ineiiiiip.'ileil with forim r ieius but very In r below the stumlaril. g, )f it over-luriii- ts was otherwise scnoiislv injureil. Mei was S7 wars ot ngc and hail little strength to combat mh b mtious injuries After lingering mthe (Ireat Phvsioiitn ini Himself took einrge of hi case mill the nvcr, freed from be passed all suffering ami woe. Fancral senile wrc coniluotn! ;it the home of his huh, Mr. Mat Myers on Worinosdiiv morning ami were attenileil hi a large iiiiinber of , friends uuil loved ones, for he was .me i tlhe best known runners in the Went Km! of the eotintv ami gener-ji- ll ai'il below',1. The en ire hhoil ami impresNiw .iiiiilililul b l(e. .1. ,1. Diike, of the Mrllmili-- t eliureh. A Friend's Tributa. I.ee 1'. Men was bum in Washington coiiiitv, K., August (!lh 1SJ7. Ill atly lite be lemow-i- l In ( e uhere be uiainiil Miss Jim-"li- .i .'iMiiit ItiuMU Jail .111. lhul. To tliem ,oro born sewn cbil.lreu ibo are all living ,n tollons. Mrs. Annie E ill In r, Mrs. .Inines .Mes.er, Win. K Micrs noil Mat I.. Mer. ot I.iniolu counU, Mrs Jnnies Devers, of Can- ioiiiiIn. Snliie .!. M rs. nf Ku liauk. I'uliiski t'onMiN mill .1. .1. Mei li of Mi. Mcrs' ribs one of them punotunng Mr An pxuiniimtiiin showed that m'V-.rwere broken, u lung- - anil ul Thi-siIii- ier n-- f . Ih'.'.t Mi. Mers reiuowil to l.ini'ulu i'iimil ulierv be leMileil unwliii'h nieiirreil An;;, til his '.'till, lilll. Mi. M.eis was a man of Ills wonl wns ns Ini.li pruieiple. u- Me enjou'il ti.i its, Ins bom!. tub lit o of his iii'iplitxirr. in a bih lt"irre. Me was a noil, ueiclihor. a kind UOitil eilizeli, mi exeeeiliiiulv husliaiiil, uuil tutber. His ihil.lreu were his wealth. For them he lived lie took emit pains aiul.lalioruil. to tram them the habits ot uiituxtrt s. to ml eerily, to huuist, mill Nor was his lal.or in vain Their demotion to him huh no le than bis to them. While Mr. M.ern was not a Christian .el he had u pro. toiiml for I'hristinuity mil hiipported the itihtitutious nf thu hmi'li. Ho 'vaii hostitahlu ami In h't'ii the. needv nlwiiyy pas found a friend. For sew-ru- l inters the 2vii :nii)eriled his life. but Ins renmrkiihlo itubty, eonmu'i etl tlin uVease ami he lingered still to blens bis i hildreii and friends. Today we niinle our tears Mith (tint of those that loved him denrest and will miss him most. !v do we sympathize with her who traveled with him to many jours, ovei lifeV metiry way and is now left to no almio. the remainder of the way. To those that mourn we offer the convolution of our hol reliciou. To hN seen ehildrun, bis 20 Biniui children jinl his threiv j'riat tirnnd ebililrcii ho has left n heritage, of u k0! ,"n, nu "" ' bouornblu life. In neii;li-lioilincspro-iesAre.-pe-i't liiiri.inl. nn.,,v wnonCT TUC BftllRU- i uun i runuLi in.-- unuuii-- COMPANY'S 'MAN .LIVE STOCK BIG SALES NEXT WtDNtSUAJ ANrf THURSDAY. SEPT 6 and 7. election, defeating Slate Senator ers i Auditor Frank I. Jnnies. Lihiir Lie. Mrs. Geoige I.nwson, of llnglit .Indite O'Kenr1 and Col. Tarllon did not lit their presume lie known to simile, (lay county, gave birth to the white republican, jnilicin,' by lour "hildren Sunday inoruing. Two outside indications, but slipped in are nine nml lining well nml so is the mother. and out, driving from Iliiricin iin.l "sVvfn persons were killid and so to that poinl. to Inke the Irani. Our iutorimmt slates that at eml were injur. it hv the jtoim at The proptitv tei Judice O'lloar had spoken siiue ''bin lesion Siiuhiy. lime nil tliu negro voters except 19 dan age is estimate! at over SlOit.UUO hud left the L'ranilstaml ami many Heaufort ami Port Ro.wil am i ut olf of them were riibnjc on the Fljini; t.oui coinnuuiicaiiou. The dainagu Diitclunun. Tlio notunl count was at S..annali was not n licivv as made. Of I lie nineteen, six weie was first repot tod. Champ CI irk. Speaker of the old men nml hail lnlli-- asleep iiiuler SPLENDID INSTITUTE House of Ri preentntives at Ife sootlnnjc words of iiiuiliilut". Ihe uppianince of Judge O'Hear Quinoy, III., loplud eniphaticnllv to Being Held Here This Week By Linand Col. Tallinn .it tlio tnir under President Tuft's luritf spoooh, coln County Teachers. at Hamilton, Mass., last the conditions lias eaiised wide comIn u signed interview, the ment. 1 he Lincoln county teachers inSpenkir neoiisoil the President of stitute is being held in the graded not stating facts. He said ho did KING'S MOUNTAIN. school building this week with Profs l.ot reply fin the insurgent Repubb-cutiIreland nnd Robinson as instructors who "no doubt will take up the On nl MeXew the 11 ,oar old son cudgels yi their own Eighty five teachers hnvc been behalf." of Mr anil .Mrs. Elbert Mc.V-w- . ot inrolled and most of them have been Congressman Hen Johnson, of Ken Oram! Island, Neb., is ipute sick prompt nnd regular in attendance I Wednesday gained the diswith Uphold fever at the liom5 of uok v, and si om to be doing everv tiling postinction of being the first Congress-ma- n his mint. .Mrs. Dr. Uisuoll. sible to make this the most inteicst-in- g that ever attempted an aeroI'orn, to the wife of Win. Mtirnhv institute ever held in Stnutoid. plane fhi:bt. He ascended in the (vviii Imvs. Init we are veiy sorry to The iilftilute was calhd to order air over liOO with l.uut. Harry hv Mis Dollv Jltlfobeits, suv that one of Die Mtlle ho li .raold during a IiL'Ii wind. The ma- Miss Mnncaret Ilotkor and Mis. W. by Prof. Ireland, Monday and after psso, n Hie hev i The chine devotional conducted by l narrow es aped turning Tu-'k- i '1 r How to make the Open- Rev. Mruie, exercises patents luo our greatest syinp.uby "the purpose of the intimes during the 'Jll ing nml Closing: E(roiscs Intel in their bereaveuiint. stitute" were disoussctl by Prof. J. wns giw'ti by J. C. MoC'larv nnd W. I rein ml. and Hon K. Harrison Wall gave u titt!ni inimites the ouupints wore riding S. Alcorn, pufls of wind. v v. J. Vaughn. Rev. P. L. Unite deliveied a splendid pait.v the 'JJnd on his 2tth birtlulny address. t'oittd the siibjett v or iihly, Wa.Vs Tli I Miic- pri-e- nt Liihi an weieMouriuv ultcruoon wns spent, in J. B. SARTAIN. ot Awakening nml Maintaining In- discussing 'professional training", Smith. Mabel am! Maggie lift. Vaiigbu in Ilible Stntlv. terest Ir. Eva Leitih. Dora Alford. (Jrace "tlio idea! teacher," and "the sturdy dolosoeiit of children." Miss Thonrpsiiii. Siitiui Mfirphv. Claude Succeeds J. A. Allen as Methodist look ii() the Mibjoct Some Kate Superintendent Resolutions IJiffionltiis, How to Omicome them. Ireland. Mr. 'Milton mid Ho;le, Prof. Singlilon C..!. i,, Hum ii, Virgil Me-He said J out of cveij 100 bos (ticbuid V,.,,,. Russell At the rt'iciil ipmrteilv conftrenee ore iihysioal wreiks hy the time it in. hail Hid these subjects in , Tliompsf.u, Hm.'. I Mnrpliv, J,li.ir very able manner. The teachers also Snatli, l!e. I'li.i.'., nml w'i, im! of the Methodist eliuich held line, they nio are 10 .war old; hungry enjojid the gient pleasure of listenJ. H. Sartaiu was i looted Superin- nil the time wants to sleep 10 hours ing Mrs. "sHilie D.siioii After vva'cr to Mr. Win. Yancey law in, recite unions worj seived fiey pbixed a tendent of the Siuidav sohool to sue-(.- a day; he is having a physical strug- some of his original poems namely: ,1. A. Allen, who has served in gle. The bov becomes bashlul; the l few g.unes hon.j nl n i.i'n-.uithat cnpucitv tor uianv .veais The url linM nml daring; awakening "The shades of Daniel Hoone." "Ken 'ite ho'ir, Iritiii. . "nl ooiitei .. luehj's Host" and "The Dig Stick." car I J, dipressioi; , secoml Mrs. Krvvin is .!. A. Hart i ver, il wit'i ly,.iio;. follovxiug risolutioiis wire adopted nlso with him us sales upon the ii'tiremcnt of Mr. Allen: nvvukeuiugnt 10; rarely any ooiivei-sinu- s lever. woman for his worthy poems. In cpusideiation of the long and at 20 to 21 ; teachers' chance v'mrge Eigiiev , ml wifo nr Tuesdnv morning Rev J. J. Dickey faithful service tof Hro. Allen as from l.'t In 1!). In l!. I'nltml sit iau tin ir diuglilir Mrs. Dun II. " ; ; ."v .' stipt'iintcnriciit ot the Methodist Sun v--. .per rein. in ... v ". souoo- - senoi-i.r- s of the M. E. church was kind uiotigh i tin at Nielio,:ist"ilii iv to come up to the institute and give nre lost to tlu ohurcb in five out us n Mrs. I. mi i i'ii'i ov .vns to soi her liny sohool ot Stanford, Kv., resolvnic" talk ed of every 100. The wLole problem the Hible inlittle publicon the ne of sister Mtiin lloi.ii .t Eubn,.t , aIm the schools Mis That we the oflieeis, tenoheeis ol the church is saving these in the ipiito sick With Ivihoid fver it Claudia Eaton discussed "The trancud pupils of the Sunday sohool teen age. Quite n numlier of boys and gill" of-tstudent into the tench-.Apii'ss our apprei uitioii ot tins ber-iv- e At noon an elegant luncheon was sition spent Sumlnv at .Vi.nn's ." nnd nssiue him of our love ami en etl ri the lecture room ot the Mr. L 'i.it.ilis in I v.if.i hse ('motion study sent out The new course to the cause be has Christian ehumh by Mrs. one back to old Koui bo nnd so lnillifiillv supported. so long ton and her committee, J. . lv by the state boaid of education was of by clearly explained furnished iifle stavinc hilo in IitlL by Prof. Ireland. 2 That wo shall not love Him the l:idie ofStantord, .: led. Mr. Harmon representing the loss because some one else, tukes his In the aftomoon P. M. McRoberts Dr. W. T. Francis nf Moiituello University of Howling place as superintendent, but pledge opened the discussion on bow to Se- business is bore doi'iu solt rie itnl wik. our lovally to his chosen successor cure the Attendance of the Children Gteen. made an excellent practical Rev. Klbright fnends in overv effort to make the Sunday of the Suudu.v Sihool nt the Church Sulk on education nnd the benefits de here. school all he desires it to be. hiimi)-.iiService. He put the responsibility rived from n commercial course. g ml il.it. Mr. C. M. 1 Prof. Harmon is a man of chnnn-in.1. Thnt we wish for him and his ontho parents, mid referred to the droit nre visitiuir friends at Oood personality nnd bus contributed in this life nnd bounteous harvest good old times when father, mother Hope. much to the life of the institute by Mr. I.nnp snciit Sntnnl.'lv nml Rim. from the long faithful seed sowing nnd children occupied the same pow his efficient talks on spelling, readdav witli his wife hore. lie is work- in the Master's in kingdom and then at tie church every Sunday morn- ing and penmanship. The subject when thi.s life over an abundant ing. If parents would take the samo ing at Harriiunn Tenu., of reading, spelling writing, nrithme Fiervlmdv enioxeu llie Tin I inn nitrancc into the Heavenly home interest nnd exorcise, the auic au- tic nnd Grammar have been exthority in having their children at and are still liopinv, ihey will uiicu on high. 4. That these resolutions be eon- - Sunday sohool and cbui.-b- . itie nrob plained b.v the members of the instimore nun. tute in n way that speaks for itself Quite ii numbe- - of peonli liavo ied in the mintci of our Sunday lem would be solved. us to their (ii.ilific-.i-t ion to teach school a copy sent to Rio. Allen and Rev. P. M. Welker. the presid-uH- , beMi nttendiiu church ut Wu.wies-burthem. a conv sent the Interior Join mil for gave a strong talk on Tefeliing .s Mr. Hnrris, of Kentucky 's Committee. in tlio Sunday htlmol. Mr. Sammio Rigney of !omeri't ns publication. lloino Society nlso addressed T D. Rnney. Vaughn gave nit uistar.co of - I nly business Sniiie-bit'hero on J. Frank Smith. whose Siimlnv school diss of gills the teachers, Tuesday, telling them Mr. Gemi' Meud spent Sunday in Mrs. J 0. Newlond. was mi inPno'iood by tier to.idiing of the conditions of the Kentucky Cincinnati. , J H. Sartain. that ncnily half weie ld to bo mis. Children's Hone and Dec. 1.1th wns Q. A. Walters wife mil momer-iehil-- d the luw nre with friet.'U in Cincin--rat- i. sniiuirus. Rev ,. J. Die'o'V tot k us set initio by day. teachers ns i tu's home LIBEBTY FAIR SATURDAY the topic How to Train Our TeachMr. Vaughn the state Sunday ers nnd Onioors. He Mud t.'m tiist school representative addressed the olnss kuovi iriis Owing to the inclement weather ti'ii'hei-trainin- i; (Liquid) Foley's Kidney Remedy nnd taugh bv Rev J. !. institute uutl gave the teachers an Is a great medicine of proven the flist part of this week, the Libinvitation to attend the SuiuImv Milne for both ncute and chronic erty fair dntes wore moved up one Vincent, in Joliet. III., in 181". IV. incenl. now llilio Vitioo.u, uirde school convention being held at the It is dm and the las) dav's program will kidney and bladder ailments. Christian chinch this week. ohiteciullv recommended to elderly bo given on Saturday. A great innnv mtljuseil the lint uiiifoiui lessom in Some other touchers who noke be llo wan t je people for its wonderful tonic and Lincoln enuntv ivoplo will orolnblv the Sun lay schnoli fore the institute nre Johnson, 'constructive iiiulitieH, unit t tie pel attend on that dav ns the fair this I. under of the .cicai Chauluuouris, Miss Lois Willis, MissC,rus Mclviti Annie relief and comfort it gives year is said to he a splendid one in Where teuelicr training classes can ' uey, Mr?. Phillips iimiicnt Prof. Robinson not be had, let the teacher pnrchast every particular. them. Shugars and Tanner. Miss Hopper and Mr. Wjntt. ri er I nt Xa-tion- al (D.lliville Ad in lite. I Judjre E. ('. (I'Hiar. i.iiiilnhite for Oovernor. and Col. Tarllon. eamli-dii- li for lailrn.id lotniniMsmiier, in I'nnliuK to a Danville ijeiitlemnii, the IliirroilsburK' Colored Fair Tliursiliiy afternoon mid Judo O'Kenr spoke to those present after hemic mt million! by Joe Youiif.'. eol r bovvnl and one of the niclit-linn- d and Joe Lurk Harnett senoii-l- v mpireil during u fight ut Red Man's I odge in Wlutle.v county Slule Senutor Arthur I (loruian, sou ol fin im r ('tilled States Senator (iormuu, ,vns iioiiiiiiatcil for Gowi-no- r William I.nvvsoii was probablv bill-n- l, Cnt l.avvsou was liitull.V vvoiimiI-- i of Marlaml in u State primnrv te Sal-urd- a. s, fit The progriim for the Tuciduy session was 1'iirnid out ns tollows opouiug address b.v the I resilient; solo by Miss Altny .Mum on Miilbeuy; story of the Sun ImViscn International i tmvi ntiou told hv Miss Puulllic lloikei. Miss lloikir gave u vivid nt count of the trip from Louisville to San Francis to of the Kentucky delegation of lortv; of the things t!ie mi, mid Tad on the way Her acoouut of the Siinilay at halt Lake City slop-ove- r Arrivwas especially intcicsting ing ut San Francisco, the party was t'liaitered at a splendid hotel, all ur langid in advance. The (.otivintiou tii'd in a great building m must a sipiaru. The iait was reveal-i- d at the convention that uuprcee-i- b nted progress in Sunday sohool work bntl bien uinde in tit last three vears. There was large in-- ( rouse everywhere. During the convention there wiis ,t mnrcb of 10,000 nun through the nt.v over four mile-streets, ondi niiiu having nil open Itible in lus baud, loaned to them by the Gideons. Hnmieis, mottoes nml bauds of music weie nbundant in the pioccssiou. The men snug as hev mnrohod. Sail Friineiio vwis rover before so stnre-- l by anything leligioiis. There are 1 heathen temples in San Fntnoiseo. Miss Docker spoke for about da minutes and held her uudioiuo in unbroken attention. The program Wednesday was full of good things. After devotional services conducted by .1. C. Mi Chin foimii'Ptees wire appointed on future work; time ami plaio of not meeting, nominations nnd rcoh-lutiou- s. Graded lossutis weie -1 they lenm other things, little by little, bungingly nnd awkward nt first All mo nueceetl by bnrd work. Time must bu given to training, ns to cv-r- y importnnt work; unless the levchor is willing to study, he will never suceoid. Perhaps the most sitnrtling mutle was by W. J. Vaughn, the Itible in the Public Schools. He sun' in Germany there were three homicides to every million of population annually; m England 10; in ( nnada 12; in France 1.1 in Spam fJ; in the Fnitcd States 120. In nil these countries the Itible wns taught in the public schools except He attributed i.t the Tinted States. the difference in these .statistics to He said wo have no Ilible I tun fact. conscience nnd never will have until the Hible is Innglit in our public schools. He snid divided Protestantism is to blame for the exclusion of the Hible In mi mn si boots. P. M. Moltobeils was elected president nnd Miss Paulino, Hooker for net jcar, Rev. Walker nnd Mis. Dickey declining to stand foi It wns u great convention. Mr. Vuughn pronount cd it one of the best ho hud ever attended. The music furnished by the church choirs of Stuniortl nnd a children's el.oir. ibrectnl by Mrs. J. G. Cnrpcntcr and Miss Josephine Cnipenter, who presided at the organ, wns fine and lidded much to the interest o (theoc- nsion. To Rev. Wall cr nnd Mr-?- . Diekov. the outgoing officers, nil say "Well dove, good and faithful scr- ants." The report of the secretnry-troae-urwill appear in next issue, nlso the other countw onicers. Wednesday night, the new Ptesi- ,:ent, Mr. Mcuobcits presided. Ho ';.iv' a tine inaugliral address, plcdg-i.-- p fidelity and asking the of ul the schools of the county. Mr. V ahecguoun-- . o toCeW uvp Mr. Vuughn occupied the platform at the night session and gave marvellous nceounts ot the results of Sunday school work in certain enmities in the mountains of Kentucky. ss 2; ter them. People learn to tench ns on teacher training nnd mas- HUST0NVILLE. Mr. nnd .it eM-u- ig ji 1 )lif-Sniil- M Mrs. George McKinney nre visiting fnends nt Somerset tins Medal to be Offered In The Musical week. Department Our School's Mr. Tom Jasper, of Piano Texas Advantages. is spending a few dnys at Elixir Spring. On Monday September the 1th tho Miss Cora Mae Goodo has return Stnnfotri school will open. Thin cd from an extended western trip. is the beginning of the seventh yenr Mr. nnd Mrs. Carpenter nre guests under thu present ninnngemctit. Tlio of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Montgom- - course of study has been ennehcri iry at Liberty this week. from year to jear; new departments Miss Nellie Allen cnteitninetl lave been added until the facilities atternooti from II to ti. Re- for thorough work nre second to freshments were served on lawn nnd none in cities of like class. It may nil report a good time. lie well to call to mind thnt pupils Misses Albc nnd Mury Stngg aro lroin the country who hold rortifi-- e visiting at Liberty this week. tit os from county board of examinMiss Bessie Hrovvit of Cincinnati ers will bo admitted free of charge is guest of Mrs. Mack Logun nt It) to 22 of these pupils were in atHotel Weathorfoid this week. tendance Inst year and mom aro exThe concert given hv, Misses Elites pected this car. Mnrricnei Maves, hist Wednesday Tlio school grows bigger and betevening nt the Cliiistinn church was ter with each succeeding .yenr. Pu ciuito mi ciiionbh nffuir. mid all pils who leave this school to attend music lowys. were delighted with the higher institutions of lenrning am pieces rendered. cnvinble records. All who The meeting that is beir.g held by wish u thorough training for their Rev. Hnrnes, of Richmond, at the children may well send here. Cbnstian hctirch is being fully nt- The music department will give a tctiricri uuil much interest is being ineiliil this ,Vir to the pupil who rrnnifesteri. Mm Catherine Wnrrin iioeoniplishos the not in the coining er's solo nre beautiful and add M'houl j oar. Thi modal is now on much to the meetings. display in the window ut W. II. The Misses Alcorn, of Stanford, Muellei's. Let ccr.voiie in Lincoln were guests of Dr. Etlwnrri Alcorn County who feels nu interest in the nnd family last week. ciluenliot'nl uplift of the county ralMr. George I). Wentberford and ly to the support ot the county high Miss Reedier Xowbern have return-o- il -- ehnnls. from Cincinnati where they AH who can lire invited to nttend bought n beautiful line of Fall goods the opening day. Something of Miss Mary Routon of McKinney to nil parents will be discusswas in this city shopping Thursday. ed. With gratitude for pass Mr. Lee Logan of llirmingliain, tiou mid hope for the future, we lire Ala., has returned to bis home from truly, J. W. IRELAND. a delightful visit to his sisters See our winter samples of suits McKINNEY SCHOOL REP0BT. nml overcoats. A. J. Adams ut the head of Ins depaitment with la The following pupils were neither veins expeiience and well posted tartly nor ubent during the first regarding stjles, will wait on jou month ol the McKinney school. Adnras Rros. Grade 1 Hoycl Jones, Luke JackMr. Tom Chestnut of Mnrksbury. son, Tilden Jackson, Mvrtle Alford, is the guest of J. W. Routt. and Cecil beck, Grade 2. Stephen Miss Florence Sprngens nnd broth Reynolds, Pearl Masters, Ivu Dunor Dennis, were guests of friends can. Grade 3. John Murphy Var-r.e- y Wednesday. Tanner, Pearl Jnrbne, Estelle Mr. Smith Baughninn motored to True, Mabel Masters, bessic Smith. this eitv Sunday in his new oveilnnri Grade 4. Lillio Owens. Tnbitha Mar car. the guest of J. K. Haut.'hin?n. tin, Oscar Decker, Hod Jarboe, Pn-- ' Onr city is going to look very Grider. a Helen Jones. J. R, .rrnml in u few weeks, ns the City Guide 0. Nannie Hubble, Fathers have decided everyone must Margery Cooking. Grade 7. F.rynn put concrete in fiont of their pro- Jones. Grnde 8. Eugenia Hubble. perty. Number enrolled during month 3!1 ver-ag- e J. L. Adams hns purchased a mules, fll females total 00. swell automobile from J. L. MtKee attendance lor nioiiia 71. Ritfe. It's mi Ovcilnnd four door 1012 model and one of the, handPLEASANT POINT. Mr. Adams somest nirs shown. will go to Lexington Wednesday and James Martin is teaching a singing bring it home. class at the baptist church. Dallas Rue, of Liberty is guet Several of our fdks have been Caili'ile Mjers this week. attending the revival held at Wnvnes Miss Mattio Alcorn lias returnitl buig baptist church, by Revs Smith to Chicago where she will teach this and Online h. term. Art infant of Mr. nnd Mrs. W 1). Miss Mnjnie Ynncoy will arrive Muiphy wns buried at the cemetery Saturd.n and will he pleased to see here, Saturday afternoon. her old pupils. Miss laneey has R. J. llogue sold to Mr. Hollas nf taught here four years and cverjone Germany bis farm of ")0 acres, crop is pleased with her and her work. 'included for fl,2j0, then bought ot School begins Monday with Prof. G. W. Padgett, a fitriu of 81 acies S. S. Robinson, Principal, ami (he for $700. same teachers that assisted lust ear Mr. Hollns ."bought a combined except Miss Lois Willi, will have hoise from Troy Dunawiiy of Kind's charge of the fourth and fifth grades Mountain Miss Augie Carpi ntir v;ill have A number of joung folks from charge of the niiisit and elocution here visited the Mason's Gap school department. house. Fridav which is being taught Wed-nesriaj fo-cti- PUBLIC SCHOOL OPENS NEXT MONDAY. 'l 1 he el n-- f.o-n- o K. g. Mju-sioi- Chil-lien- . n these services. Rev. Smith comes well recommend cd ns an evangelist and an intcicsting meeting is anticipated. Mrs. Hubert Jones of VespcrWis is with Mr. mid Mr. C. Jones. J. S. Murphy, son Will and Miss Knther-in- e weie here to see Mrs. Mel). Foirlo Thurscluv! Elmer Jones of Trenton .Mo., is here visiting his brother F. L Jones and other relatives. Mrs. W. T. Miller is quite ill. Mrs Bessie Law horn returned from Wilmington, O., Monday. Mis Annie Shoop who has been wsiting her uncle, S. W. Sharp at broad Ripple Ind., returned Sunday. Rev. C. T. Claundi returned from Wiijiiesburg Sur.day and filled his regular appointment at the baptist church. Revs. Stratton and Pevton, u cou ple of Anderson county divines are conducting a holiness meeting ut the Liinham schnolhouse. These two preacher!, are somewhat divided as to church relationship. Pejton tlio founder claims John Campbell while the Rev. Stratton claims John Wesley. The founder of Methodism, in his authority on the subject nf holiness nnd tiack up em b others statements with u hearty Amen. They appear to be in dead earnest though they have not been nble to convert anyone to their suuetificntinn ideas ns vet. Them am from fit) to 7& wagons loaded with slaves, lumber and other timber thnt pass through hero daily. This makes business lively lie re and pspecialh ut losemite where the merchants deal in spokes ami We-sle- by Eugene Wall. Mrs . G. Duulnp entertained at A piotracted meeting will begin nt i dinner on Tuesdaj in honor ot her EIhe baptist church here Monduv guests. Mr mid Mrs. Smiley, of vening September 1th. Rev. Don Q. Lafajetto Ind. The. dining room wns Smith of Warsaw, Kv., will assist bountifully decorated with flowers, the pastor. Rev. C. T. Chiuneh in pink nnd green being tho color MIDDLEBURG. She was nssited by her Marguerite Ronton. Ed bast in and Willie Douglas of Vosemite were calling on two of our most popular young ladies, Sunday. Henry Deatheridge nnd wife of Ludlow, mid ber Deatheridge were visiting Mrs. 0. W. Ellison. Mr. nnd Mrs. Smith, of Chicago, vere the guests of Mr. and Mrs. Jnnies Horner Mrs. belle Whitley nnd daughter Eva returned to their home tit Cincinnati. Sunday, after n two weeks' visit with relatives at this place. Mr. and Mrs. A. G. Dunbtp and little son, Leonard will leave this week for Dry Ridge nnd other points where they will wsit relatives. Mrs Amanda Combs was the guest of Mrs. Wm. Dye. Mrs. Fndieott and duuehter of Cynthinna nre visiting Mr and Fry. E. T. Long. , scheme. sister .Miss A J. Great Advantate te Working Men. A. Maple. 125 S. 7t' Si. S . benvillo, suffered from weak kidneys, and u I learned severe bladder tioublp of Fobn's Kidney Pil's and their wondeiful cures so I begun taking them and sure enough I had as good Mv results ns nny I heard nbout hnckuche left me and to one of my business expressman, that alone is a (.rent ndvnntago. Mv kiduevs acted free' nnd normal, nnd that saved me a lot of misery. It is now a plcusiiiv to work where it used to be n misery. Foley Kidney Pills huvo cured me and have my highest praise Sbugars ami Tanner. 0., says: "For five years I .. .,- . - i jwFwipi'wiiinfEpiiii m i i wi iwhw" "J4HI mtmum num um.ru mi nu..,,?, t THE INTERIOR JOUHN AL. STANFORD. KENTUCKY. FBIDAY. EPTEMIEB. I. HI I. Fall Here b And We Htve Everything to Keep You warm and dry Our clothing & shoe stock is1 The Inferior Journal. Established 1172 IMPRESSIVE CEREMONIES At installation ef Rev. Wirl Henptf In Pulaski Pastorates. f,or-inall- 5' RUSGIES Fit) SALE! will HELTON M. AUFLEY,... Publisher IN ADVANCE II A YEAR STRICTLY atersd at the potterflca u second chu mall. For For For For t Bun-for- d now com- to see something ia our new Fall Line plete. Call and ask L GovernorJames H. McCrcnry. LleuL governor E. J. McDcmctt Treasurer Thos. 8. Hbca. Secretary of State C. F. Crerc- mm. For Attorney Honcral James Garnctt, Vpr Auditor II. M. lU.swnrth ror State Superintendent of School. Dnrksdale For Commissioner llamlett. Agriculture J. W. It. U W. F. A. Har- Klalr. For Circuit Judge Chnrles din. Fo Nowmnn. For Clerk Court of Appeals Greene. For RaUronul Commissioner , W. II. Hcproscntathc Shank. JUDGE How O'REAR'S INSINCERITY. SAM ROBINSON Stanford, Ky. ,. SEE ME At Once and GetMy Prices on MASON'S FRUIT JARS 30 cts per doz LT OAWIlflDe Crab Orchard, il. UAIIU&AU. Kentucky. Quart tin cans, The quality of our No. 1 Fancy Patent Flour made from the new wheat crop, will please you. If you are not already using it, order a sack from your grocer. On sale at all grocery stores. FLOUR! J. H. Baughman & Co. STANFORD.KENTUCKY. i i)Uiari ' It - OM '? S OONT BE TOO aENEROUS. Get Ready For Cold Weather nrltt the cement, lime, etc., you get from ui. Remember Wat all our build tag materials are mucn stronger than Why not have your Douse heated the ordinary and you can therefore with hot water? If use less than ordinary quantities. We have In our employ one of the you like we'll tell you Just how to mix them to get the best results at best hot .water and steam fitters In the least cost. Come in and ask us. the state. figure J. A ALLEN, StMrftrd, Ky. teeLet us work. with you we guaranour ft ant Produce J. We AND HANDLE LIVE AND DRESSED POULTRY, ERGS, ICE, COAL, WOOL, HIDES, FURS. SALT. LIME, GINSENG, FEATHERS ETC. W. K. WARNER, 'Phone 388. Stanford. Ky. C. McClary H. B. Northcott. T. K. Tudor. Mgr. PHONE 153. UNDERTAKER Office 'Phona 117. AND EMBALMER Ik. J. L. Beazley & Go UNDERTAKERS AND EM. BALMER8. ALSO DEAL. MAT. ER IN FURNITURE, TINGS, RUC8. THEY WILL EXCHANGE FURNITURE FOR ALL KINDS OF STOCK. GIVE THEM A CALL. PRICE RIGHT. TAN FORD, KENTUCKY. STANFORD, - KY Horn 'Pboe' FALL AND WINTER STYLES. My new fall and winter samples are now ready for your inspection. They comprise the best on the market can suit anyone as to price who had J bis clothes made ttf order. A suit maae to your measuiv is prererabie ready made clothes. To have them to Kilitnr Jim Kichiirdson, of the Ohis 'limes, who above all uf the country editors win cut closer to the bone tlinn nny in petting to the ment-o- f n subject, hns this to say of Judge O'Renr's "sincerity" The burden of Judge O'Henr'rt sour is the lack of "sincerity" on the part of the Democrats. He condemns them for nutting n "eountv unit" plank into their platform, becnusc he does not heliec they were ".in-cerwhen they did it. The popular definition of the word "sincere" i to he in enrncst. It docs not lie in Judge O'Kear's mouth to truthful !y say that, whin a majority of the Pemoeratie delegates at the Louisville convention voted to commit their party to the extension of local option, so that the people of dvery county in the.stntc should settle that vexed problem for themselves they were not entirely in "earnest," nnd moved to tnbe thnt course in nil sincerity of purpose How easy it would have been for (hem to have taken the broader rond. where n big campaign fund beckoned aid to which some distinguished lend Hnd ers attempted to lure them. Ihcy been lacking in "sincerity" they would not have cast their lot with the forces of temperance, but would have barkened to. the call of the beer nnd whisky trust. The opportunity for going nstrnv wns not wnnt ing. Weaker men than Got. Jfe- would Orcnry nnd his associates have fallen by the wnvside. They deserve infinite credit for doing their duly resolutely nnd "sincerely", despite Judge O'Renr's sneering condemnation. By the wny, what license has the Republican nominee to question the "sincerity" of other men, when bis political utterances are as mottled as n snake nnd as lortuous as its track pursued in shadow nnd in dark nesf At Lexington he broadly hint ed that nn investigation would reveal the scaudnl thnt tnints Bradley's title as United States Senator. As the beneficiary of Bradley's fnvor, and eager to gain his support, he Mood in the Louisville convention and with uplifted hands, proolnimed that pet of the beer nnd whisicyj trust as "the greatest living without n stnin upon his title." Does nny sane man believe that Judge O'Renr was "sincere" when thnt flood of revolting compliment spewed from his lipsf If lie has the intelligence to retain his plnee on the appellate bench and sufficient information to entitle him to nspire to the governorship. Judge O'llcar must know that Bradley warn to the senntorship through mi ocenn of scandals; thnt its depths were marked by bouys of beer kp's and whisky barrels each weighted with a corruption fund, thnt its surface wus greasy with ooze and slime Hie exudings of the dirty lobby that hounded Beckham to defeat. Even on his high place on the bench, swathed in the. ermine of purity, he must luve heard the yelps of joy when treacheious Democrats at their bidding, voted Bradley into the sennte. Although blind as n but, nnd deaf as a post, he could not but have heeujhi.s saturnalia of corruption, and have heard its echoes, and have inhaled its asphyxinting odor And yet, this leader, proclaiming himself purer than all others, sits in judgment on his fellow men and questions their "sincerity", When evidences of fraud and malice and wrong were piled mountain high yet he walked through it and about it daily and neither saw,, nor hriird r.or studied. If Judge O'Renr was sincere himself, ho would not trade his reputation for intelligence nnd hack-bon- o for such a mess of pottage ns Bradley's support, but, rising to the full heights of his manhood, would denounce him for what he is the beneficiary of the conspiracies and corruption of the whis ky people, whom Judge O'Renr so effects to despise. Every turn of the wheel of fate, shows Judge O'Reur more nnd more in the light of an insincere politician rather tlinn as n statesman. c" Keii-tuckin- n, self-anoint- next week, two Moycr rubber lire Rev. William II. Hopper, wns installed ns pastor of the Burn bnggirs, one n side spring buggy; ride nnd I'isgah l'tcsbytcriuii church nlso two sols of harness; everything in Pulaski county Inst week. The good ns new nnd will be u bargain Somerset Journal tells of the ira for someone. These buggies will he sold nt !:.io A, M., hept. 7. Charles ptcssive ceremonies thus: "The I'isgnh Church has n history Lutes. of uh'ch it is proud, ns it is noted McKINNEY. for men nnd women of piety and strong Christian character, but now with iuiekencd leal and new courage Air V. Hicks from Falmouth is 11 icy look to the future with renewhere- - instructing our bnnd boys for a ed hope. few days.-Air. Hicks conies to ns The Commission of Traiisyhnuin IVes'ijtcry nppoiuted to install the well recommended ns n, bnnd instrucnew pastor consisted of Row J. K. tor nnd our boys arc to bo commendI'aik, of Somerset, who presided nt ed on securing such nn nblc man to the morning service at I'isgah nnd instruct them, Mr. Hicks has the preached the sermon: Rev. K. il. Falmouth bnnd nnd several other Urcen, 1). I)., of Dnnvillc, Ky.. who bands in his charge and they nre ehnrged flie p.itor .and Elder liming splendid results. Our hoys James Denton of Somerset, who deserve nil the help nnd good wishes ehnrged the people, Rev. ('. 11. Blnin of our town nnd wc wnnt to see them of Hustoiiville,' J. II. Hopper, of.. mnl: good. Your correspondent made a mis l'erryville, Ky., Klders 0. B. Vnitgh-n- n take Inst week in saying thnt V. J. nnd (' .1'. Johnson. A rongregntion that filled the Montgomery hnd purchased tho prohouse, was present to witness the perty from Mr. Williams. We learn impressive serviee when most seri- ed later that thev did not trade. Quito a few from here nt tended ous vows were taken, which hind pastor and people, to work for the the Somerset fair. Among those who glory of Oiid nnd the good of men. went were Mis. 'hmlo Singleton, Rev. Jlr. Hopper hns supplied his Misses Alice Gnoch, Ruth Tanner, chin eh for the past tluce years while Mnrv and Lena Beck, Catherine Mur phy, Messrs Herman Gaim, and sev-erii xtudent in the Tlieologicnl Semiothers. nary. Mr. Walter Goode and wife of The cnll for the Pisngh church Cinrinnnti nre visiting Mrs. Goodc's was extended him before his grndiin-liolast May, so he enters upon his parents Mrs. Knte Coffey for it first pastorate among a people whom few days. Will Dayton of Erlnngrr is vi- -i t he already knows and loves nnd to whom he is glad to minister in the injr his mother here for a few days. Dr. Smith from Morrow, (la., who days to come. The second of the two events oc- hns been visiting his wife's parents, curred in the evening at the Presby- Mr. .nnd Mrs. Tom Gooeh, returned terian church nt Bumside ,of which to his home Inst week. Dr. Smith has n good practice in Morrow and Rev. Hopper was nlo installed pashegdn with music is n very popular physician in his tor. The services by choir under the leadership of towwn. Mrs. W. A. McKinney was qnito Mrs. 0. P. Johnson, organist. Rev. week but we nre glad to t E. M. Green, D D., of Danville. Ky., siek presided nnd charged the people. state thnt she is much improved at Rev. C. R Wain1 charged the pnstoi. this writing. The Jumbo Cnmp Meeting is in By special invitation Rev. A. A. a relative of the pastor, friend progress at this writing nnd will continue for nine dnys. There will of the cougregntion and a meulber l.c three services a dav and a large the Louisullc Presbytery, preach of ed Jhe sermon. Other members of crowd is expected. It is only u the Commission were Rev. J. E. Park four mile drive from town. Brother Gnhhart preached two Rev. J. II. .Hopper, Elders James ery interesting sermons to n good Denton, C. P. Johnson nnd 0. B. Vaughn. The exercises conducted by crowd nt the Christian church tn-- t these men were most solemn nnd im Sunday. Mrs. Knte Coffey is visiting her pressive nnd were appreciated by the daughter Mrs. Mnrtin of Turner.-vill- c. large congregation As the new pastor finished his co'iise of training 'for the ministry' FARM FOR SALE! Inst .May this church, with the I'isgah We will fell prhately jn farm of Presbvtejrinn church, this is his tir- -t pnstoratc and he enters the work about 130 acres In Lmco n county, f Ky., mile from Crab Orchwith nn evident stiong determination ard, nicely located, mostly bottom nnd faith in God to serve Ilim. land, very productive. Kvcry acre ill. utile, nn nbundnnce of stock water DON'T FORGET THE BAUGHand cspecltlly adapted to corn and 'rase, (iood tenant housL of three MAN COMPANY'S LIVESTOCK rooms on farm. Terms reasonable BIG SALES NEXT WEDNESDAY Apply at once to. AND THURSDAY. SEPT 6 and 7. Jl. II, UronnuRh. agent. mt nl n, ln-Hig-gins, one-hal- llnring bought an nutomobile, I offer for sale at our hig Rale A REMINDER It is a little early, we admit, but. just to 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 bay When you Get Ready. oooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooo 0 H. J. McRoberts. Stanford, Kentucky. MltadwGires Constipation The editor of "Health Hint" and "Questions and Answers" hare one question that la pat to them mora often tnaa any other, and which, strangely enouxh. they And the most difficult to answer. That la "How can I cure my oenatl.-tloOr. Caldwell, an eminent specialist In diseases of the stomach, irrer and bowels has looked the whole Held over, has practised the SDeclaltr for forty rears and la convinced that the Ingredients contained In what Is called Dr. caidweu s Hyrop Pepsin has the best claim to attention from constipated people. Its success In the cure of stubborn constipation has done much to displace the use of salts, vtaters. stronr cathartics and such tallica. Syrup Pepsin, by training the stomach and bowel muscles to again do their work naturally, and with nr Bring Your Prescriptions Heife To Be When Try it Frio ail its ataabsn Compounded Stafk wiy ftr say family ttrtOia tkt fM ksaltk Its tonic IngredleBta Among strengthening the ntrves, brings about a lasting cure. Its strongest supporters are Mr. John Qravellne of II Milwaukee Ave, Detroit. Ulttu, Mr. J.iA. Vernon of Oklahoma City and thousands or others. It can be obtained ef any druggist at fltty cents and on dollar a bottle, or If you want to try It first a free sample bottle can be obtained by writing the doctor. Dr. Caldwell does not feet that the purchase or his remedy ends his obll- ration. lis has specialised In stomach. fIver and bowel diseases for over forty years and will be pleased to give the reader any advice on the subject free of charge. All are welcome to write nlra. Whether for the medical advice or the free sample address htm Dr. W. U. Caldwell, M Caldwell building. Montlceilo, IIL It your physician ha pre scribed a medicine (or you to tale, tho next Important step Is to have that prescription nlaccd In the hands of a thoroughly reliable and competent pharmacist so it will be compounded exactly ns directed. We have gained nn enviable reputation (or always being very careful and painstaking In our compounding and (eel that, in all justice to your own good health, you should bringyour next prescription here. Here, too, you will find a complete and Inviting display ot toilet articles, rubber goods, soaps, perfumes, toilet preparations nnd all standard remedies. For interior decoratiAf we carry and recocBmeoel ALABASTIrlE, the beautiful wall coating . Call and see samples of tints and ask us about It. PENNY'S DRUG STORE. Special Excursion T- O- Stanford, Kentucky rrirfni C. N. lAsheville,N. C, -- i. 0. & T. P. Ry. "Land of th f Sky," Sapphire County." In connection with Southern Railway THE IDEAL VACATION SPOT. Tuesday September 12 191 Special train Leaves Lfexington, fi.no v. m., consisting of Pull man Drawing Ilonm Sleeping Cars, I'lillman OWrwitinn Cars und .Modern Day Conches, Electrically Lighted. "Dining Cars serving I'll mealb. ' FALL LOW ROUND-TR- IP Lexington to Liberal Asheville, FARES. ' N. C, ,7.50 $8.50 Henderson. N. C Waynesvllle, N. C, Lake Toxawwy, N. $850 C $9.50 vice CLOTHING We have received a number of new patterns from the "Pile of Style" Clothesmikers. Take a look. tct und returning vin Chattanooga (Lookout Mountnin), or 1.50 in addition to above' i.amed fares. vcua. Stop-- 0 Final Limit to return until Sept. 27th Diverse Route going dir ver Privileges. For full information, booklet an d bleeping car 'reservations write II. C. KING, P. nnd T. A. II. 101 K. Main Street. Lexington, Ky. Phone 49 C. made to measure doesn't cost any more than ready made whea quality and fit ia considered. Come la and let me take your measure. H. C. RUPLEY, Tfee Practical Tailor Frank B. Russell, a beer stave manufacturer and n close friend of Judge O'Renr has been named as the head of tho Republican campaign committee in Louisville. BECKLEK, den. Pass Agt Ingulls Ihiilding, Cincinnati, 0. WF Porlrim CRAB Kentucky. orchard, .. - tW" 4. ' THE INTERIOR JOURNAL, STANFORD, KENTUCKY. FRIDAY. SEPTEMIER, I, 1911. 3 Our buyer is nw in New York buying the ceived our first shipment of TAILORED SUITS. Hand Bags etc. PERSONAL and SOCIAL on cow Hcvrrnl lny tlif Mary nml Jnnc Tnnimc Mimes HnnHown allomliiiK tin" fnir. L Ki"!''' Col. V. 1) Johnson, Mountain tlnivo "omc of tho Imcli ,rx over to the institute Momliiv. Som-rrJ. U. naunlimnn wont to tlio Infair Tticlny nilvertiMii liitf snli'. ' lllt' Mrs. Jennie I'nly him ' for with hick list ilnjn her miiny friend will H npK-n.licitn-sri- New Min S very newest in fall and winter goods a'ndrushing them out to Come in and see the hew models. SUITCASE STOLEN. John Owsley Reid and Wife Have Experience In Indiana. Mr. mid Mr. John Owsley Keid lave ictiiriie.l fiom Indiiiunpolis wli.'ic Mr. Keid went to confer mlh mnuufacluiei' utitoniobilo n li.ntc from whom he has mi offer to go on Hie road as representative. On their way thither, their suit casu was stol-(i- i. contained Thu C'ouru tins dispatch of the atlmr: A thiol' who knew not uml cared new I) not that his ictims were rtc.K, .in.l perhaps careless of mini dane things, uuiilt away with the suit and casi mid traveling bags of Mr. Ky.. Mrs. John O. Keid. of Stanford, ulni siiiniicil on their holievmooii in Indianapolis last night. Then des pite the fact that her trousseau was .mn. Mrs. Held iiroved helsclf able to look on the bright side and voted ed to continue the trip, iinjwii). "We can get what clothes we need as we go along", sni.l Mr. uvui, nnu Mrs. Keid agreed. The young coupio were eu route to Detroit, and be-- i They ui. ..ii trains stormed here. in left their baggage beside a ntioui i he waiting room and wnlke.t tho station for five minutes. When they let urned, their effects were -- us daily. We have just We are also showing the very latest in Neck wear, .SEVERANCE & SON, Stanford, Kentucky. M BAKING POWDER Absolutely Pure The only Baking Powder made p ROYAL r HiMjl in tpring and summer, it's THE NEW FEOBU- -A Iwm the natural time to store up health and vitality for the year. Scoffs Emulsion is Nature's best and quick from Royal Crape Cream ofTartar NO ALUM, NO LIME PHOSPHATE A est help. ABDwtfci to Irani. Mr tin- - family. pent tf 0. T.'llisKinliotlinm lim lceij uml Mr. T. ' y I. . Xewlnml . William Sevcranw w m prtline iha Si , v.,ri l.itwtHtyIisi.irli.H re- Mini Virginia HiiIimm. haa " bl' ,"IV turned to her ',ne Mrs. to her tor ft pleasant visit Jarmly. cunt ami J. . McCInrv ItPMiohl ha hrcn n Mrs V.-. 'r Ua n.ln Thointi fiiarming K"1 " f M. "" 6j'. hen-tl,W. Hnden. of Paris wan th hw Bweek several ilays Wrlph. iter. Mrs. W. 0. ,S II WaiiBamnii hns been on tlni country hwV list at his home in !! for Pcttiw euest of Mi. HrW U nn.l other relative in Lincoln. Mi-- H Mary Waltlen Hooch of Mia Annie .eral dnvs. Srwlnn.1. of Cineinnnti . I.ex-inetii- n, nn.l Miss LuciK- D.i.hlenir. Mavwo(.l, are pnexts fif .Mi of Knlic Oooeh at Ooslirll. and Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Heno .Is John O.iks will visit his brothers. J. ildie, II. ami T. (I. Keiinld near Hoekcastle. Mis-i- -s Flora an.l KImc Morris ami brother l)aid. of Hubble, mil U eek to Montieello to lie with liext ilnriiii; the fair t that place. Miht.es I.ucilt' Cooper, Stella llii ley, Nell uml Josephine Wan en wens of Mrs.. Phelps Cobb in ISajlc lnl weik. who ilnl tine work as Doc Ilrje, judge at the Culiiinliui lair, was here Irom tins IVwt I!nd n xhuit tiini' Wednesday. Word has been receleil from that Mr. John Uouncr. br, t'oiiilitiiiiilfioiu ! in a very u paralitiu affection, ami mueli is felt about him. of Dr. J. K. Ilielmnli.011 was luru early in the week, the cnest of Mr. ami Mr. A. II. Su'.er-nne- e. ami callin on a mighty pretty tirl. Mr. Sue Yi'ujer ami Miss Nuney Yenyer hae returneil home from Crab Orchard where they hpent the -- iets Ljon Stephenson iiiado a business KiioxmIIc Wednesday. Harvey Moore, and soiiMii-laJames Ciild and wife, of St. Joe Mo., relatives in who have been Lincoln have returned home. Miss Nell Warren is laid up with a bad sprain ot ai .inkle, caused b a fall. Prof. Milton Elliott, for a number of years, head of one of Lexington's hi;h schools, was at the teachers' institute this week in the interest of (Jinn ic Co., book publishers. Mrs drover C. Anderson, of Alt. Sterling is the guest of her parents, Mr. and .Mrs. K. I. Woods this week. Mrs. It. (1. Hamilton came up from Wednesday to Lebanon Junction IK'iid bcvcrnl dnjs with the home folks. She wiuKuciompanied by Miss Kutli liilly, of Leli.moii. Louis (Jill nml (Iconic Harris were over from Iiucaster m an nuto on Wednesday. Tliu many local friends of the hitter will be glad to know that he is greatly pleased with his position witb tlio L. &. N, at Ala., and is in line lor fast promotion. Mr-,- . Mary Ihimi .in.l Jlrs. N. A. MeChire, of Crab Orchard, are isit-m- j; Mr-.- . T. J. (loud. Mrs. J. J. Dickey went to Lexington Ihursdny nioruiug to attend a niceting of the Kxecutivy Committee of the Woman's Missionary Soucty. Min. T. W. Jones and little Miss Kith) C'rcs nent to louisiille th lirt of the week tf meet Miss Lmira Jones who is now her ,;iiel. Miss Klirnlieth Thaip, of Uio.lliea.l Barqaln. U'J-- 12 II. P. Foos Gaso- Inp to line tor.' cnalie, replaced by Klcctiie Mo P. O. Ilox ;i.rU, Danvillt, Ky Charley Lutes covered f0 miles in his auto Tuesday afternoon tbe big -- ale tit next week. Ilu snvs he got over territory which 111 11 hore and bucgy would have linn two tiiiv's to trafel. tit kf 11 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 g&t circulars and become posted. Foley Kidney Pills. Will leach your individual case if .von have any form of kidney and iihulder trouble of urinary irreguSli'ij'iirs nml larities. Tiy them. Tanner. stomach will banish eatmrh no dosing just bre.ilhc it. Ask 0. L. Pcnio he guarantees it l(id yourself of that vile diseuse at Complete outfit rl. Separonce. ate bottles 50 cents (Pronounce it For Sale My hone on Il.ist ulain dStf sticet. II. C. Hntinliir.1111. Horencc held a of nppli-cnt- it position of 'uriipr on Jin t the new ural route wli't i stmts out of Cn.i I'ichaid Jet'inning today and vvi't b- - knowii as Crao Orchard Koutc No 2. It will cover most of the Ptf.it cour.tr Those vilo took the examination were J Ii Heenbergcii, T. F. Cummins, Anderson. .Messrs. Xu pier CJov!f ri'd Condor. The pverri will bj seal to the .!r partnifnt at Washini'toti before nn appointment is. made. W. H. Higgins. Stanford, Ky. AT THE NEW GEM THEATRE ! OPEN EVERY NIGHT MOVING PICTURES 2,000 feet of New Pictures Every Night For Only 5 and 10c HIGH CLASS STANFORD, KY. Poitniiuter J. -- civil ..rnel.i" exaininntioii C. lltmict llic.hi-!!iv.- ) mising." Minn-mglia- ami Mis-- , Vermillion, of DiiiimIIc. were in town a few li.nirn Thursday Vr-bi- n, hummer. Judge and Mrs. 11 0. Gregory left thi week for their home in Oroville Cat., after a iit of hewrnl weeks to Mrs. llailey's father Judge James P. Hailey ami other Kentucky relu-tie- s. lisle Mr. mid Mrs. Ninh White, uml MimJ Cora White .and Mr. and Mrs. C. P. lirnwii, ot the Wit Kml, were here Wednesday to attend tho funeral of Mr. Levi Myers. Friends here are much inteichtnl which in the follow inK iiiMtatmift. I:ae been receiveil here: Uev. uml Mrs. William Arnold SHORT LOCALS. Krqui-s- t tlio lionor of oiir piecnce ut the marriage of their daughter Books for your stute and county Mary Mm ton Ma,xes are now ready. Please call to Y. L. McCarty, sheriff. ami settle. Mr. Howard Anderson Poisev Wednesday Hfterunon, Svpteiuhrr Phone No. 168 for (Ire Insurance the sixth on your tobacco in barn. R. M. New-lan- d at two o'clock Aqent. Methodist Kpiscopnl Church South Carlisle, Kentucky. Lost, between Crab Orchard and To Stanford, ring with several keys, ono of which is number 10 to safetj Effect deposit box. Pleaso leave at Lincoln Nationnl Hunk. Jmle W. M. Mjers and son. CarMurs Mr. and Mrs. Will White Mrs. Kathennc Spice, f Louis-illhas been tht giic-i- t of her sis-te- r, Mrs. Jonu Jackson nl nor I min; m the country. Mrs. Kliru Owsley Flowers, mid .laughters (Had) an.l Luetic, ami sou Vulli.im ,of LouioMlle. who hae been visiting Mrs. Owsley New hind, Miss Lirits I).iii.on and other relatives here, have returned hone. Misses Stella. Itunlcy nml Aliet. Alcorn entertained with a delightful a.fccllaiitfous shower this week at the home of the former, m honor of tin; charming bride of next week, Miss SMI Warren. Tho homo w,s . intlsoinely decorated in pink mid .lute, and the gills were showered while seated in .ipott tno bride-to-b- e a chair it wlutis. Kefreshmi uts of te'S and takes were served. A kirge number of ueful and handsome gttts testified to the popularity of this fair joung daughter of Lincoln, who will Mion leave to niaku her home with the mill of her choice. e, Oft Wedding presents in great variewatch fob was left on tho ty. W. II. Mueller, Jeweler. G"tf dining loom tnblo at thu UapMst Association in Stanford Wednesday. J. F. Hol.lam ,of Crab Orehnrd Owner can have samo by applying CAPT. GRUBBS DEAD. nt this ofiico and paying lor this ad. Mns here on business Monday. Mr. Holdam is one of the best known Cnpt. V. E. Gmbbs, father of He Have your rubber lireing dono at democrats in the Fast End. running Prof. E. L. Grubbs, of Junction City, says that McCreary is died at his homo in Shelby City ut I'uice Itros. ..14, !ylB and "MO, best mighty in thnt end of the o'clock Wednesday afternoon C73 county, tires. He had lit en ill .") months of tho u'rip lie was born 111 Viiginia September For Sale Second hanu wagon; as 'SJ. J8i:U atul moved to Kentucky in Clerk Geo. H. Cooper has Count "Mi". Ho fought in the confederato G"tf appointed Mr. K. (1. (lilliland of good at new. Pence Bros. crmy. Capt. tlrubbs is survived by depntycouiity clerk for Wa.viie-biirbis wife two sons, the other, Lieut. that section. Mi. (lilliland is em poweicl to write mortgages deeds, Common Colds Must Be Taken Seri- I). C. T. Grubbs nml nine grandchilously. dren. He will he buried in tlio Dan- pr. pare pension papers and other il!e cemetery Fnrlay utteriiooii. vIf.'al work and do notarial woil.. For unless cured they sap the Sic him if ii need anything in that itality and lower the vital resistance 04-l- p. line Piotect .0 11101c erious infection. DON'T FORGET THE BAUGH-MA- N your children and yourself by the to exchange (lour prompt use of Foley's Ilonev i.iiil LIVE STOCK COMPANY'S I um now lor wheat at my roller mill ut 'Inr Compound and note its u;uiek BIG SALES NEXT WEDNESDAY till Charles Knsslin. For t miglis AND THURSDAY. SEPT 6 and 7. and decisive results. colds, croup, whooping cough, bron-tlutuml affections of the throat CINCINNATI MARKETS. The greatest season Ciuh Or. haul has bad in "J.i years is what thest and lungs it is an evoiy ready Spnngs Cincinnati, O., Aug. 30 Cattle eviry.me n)s who has been there and valuable remedy. Sliugnis and Ueceipas .')!)" head; market general'fanner this summer. ly stendv at Monday's prices; steers heifers .f 'J.'J.i(a'5.75 ; We hnv5 a bujer for 11 farm ot ."sll.'Jjftiti.iJ, If vou are considering buying a about 100 acres well improved nn.l cows $i(a)j; calves active and cutter or silo filler of any kind see on pike. cents higher at &!() If you h.ivc anything near stiong and 25 Receipts. 2,61.") head; C. I.. Dawes or phone !!) mid he will Hogs this, list it with us. Hughes & Mc- fe.'Jo. cull on you with the best cutter pro- - Carty, Stanford. market slow and generally 10c lower . G2f O'J-- .l Million on the market. than yesterday's early prices: pnek-tr- s . ui lb. rou. it) There is7.407,70; stags $:!.2j(jT().53 ; nw' k.u Ur Imji Ulan ail uUitf dwcs!-- t put to tur. t The Lincoln county pike in. the tew )en wu uprm4 u be incurable, uttl . cria commobn sows 4"L2r(??6.2f; pigs and lor 3tany eart Uuctur prunounred It lutal dveaae a..tf Sheep Uocupts; Last hud aro in sue(i miserable con prewrlbrd local rrrnnIM. and iiy a rmulantl)- lalllni lights .f5Ci'7..r)0. ('itioii that most automobihsts fiom to eure sltb local treatment, pronounced it lncuratl J..')10 head; market steady at $1.25 a jmmn Lexington and other sections of the Science ha.therefore I'AtarTh to be con.tltulloaal Aw (IU.2C; lambs steady at $37. eaae. and Ntulre. conetltutlonal treatment Chea.j 1111 Calarrb. Cur, stute in going to mid from ('tub 2 Co Tulnla, Ohio, h,aiaaulactured by Y J. cure oa the a.lr CoaatHutlnnal tram it la taken geneially go u- - It), millet, tnaapoonluL IttatemaUr In on U. blood Orchard Spnngs GREAT CAMPAIGN OFFER. Jropt u a a.ta directly l.mn.l by Lnucastor. Why can't' this and muroua larlarra ot the Hftem Taer oler M nuudred dallara lor aaf cam It taU. to cure. Sew be louiediedf have been comArrangements tor circular, and tc.liuonlala. jUdreai V. I CIlkM: X CO, TaMo. alt, pleted whereby we are enabled to fetid br Orunlata. 7c. Take UaH-- raiatlr rua tar until There will be an iie cream sup offer the daily Courier-Journper mid entertainment at the Hub December 30, 19 tl and THE IN -A recent Milledgevillo letter to the ble Christiau church on Friday, Sept I. J. wiib made to that tho More-lan- d TEUIOIf JOUUN'AL one full year for Silt. All arc invited. school opened with Miss Fan- only $1.80. The regular price of nie Spears ns teacher. This hustling the Courier Journal, is 50 eents a Mrs. Snllio II. Sit uf ley bus sold li'tle city has a school that employs month. This is ft reinnrkable offer, her son, II. Kowau Saullev her !i(uue two teacher.. Uev. ). Palmetcr mid tho sooner you send in your oron Danville uremic. Price private, is principal of thu school this year der the longer you will get the CourFnlpv's Hnnev and T.ir I:nmnnnnr1 uml,Miss Spears his assistant. The ier Journal. The political campaign omission of a hue of tjpo caused Still retains its high place as the the mistake. Tho school opened is on, keep posted by rending the I. J nest household rcmed.v tor all coughs with n good attendance and is do- All oi ders must be sent to tho lntet-lo- r mid colds, either for clnl.lt en or ing nice work. Journal not to tho Courier Jourgrown persons. Prevents iciiuus nal. lesiilts from u cold. Take onl,v the For Sale. Good second hand genuine Foley V Honey uml Tar Com wugou and harnest. Pence Uros., pound, an.l t of use substitutes. Shu-ga- 'ili-tf. and Taiiuei. A gold g, .ly is 1 1 1C al F.-.Irs DRESS GMAMS 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 HUGHES, MARTIN & CO. Dry Goods. Notions, Shoes Stanford. -- Ky. - - ASK YOUR Neighbor If You Have Not Worn One of Our ' Guarantee! All Wool Suits 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 Its Beneficial Always Buy hc Ccnuint SYRUPflfiS The largest crowd seen in Stun-for- d this year will probably bo present hero next Wednesday and Thins day when the big lkiughmuii salts Before You Reach the Limit of physical endurance and while will be held. 1 ho leccut rains huvo .vour condition is still curable, tako put tho fanners to feeling good and all aro going nfler the cbiss otfeiv Folev Kidney Pills. Their ui.'k action and positive; results will delight ings of horses, mules, trmes and Dinner vou. For backache, iioivoumicss, colts, cuttle nn.l sheep. ilieiimati-iand all kidney, bladder v ill he served free to all. and urinary trouble. Sliugarn and Tanner. n, For Salt Main My homo on street. Possession Mrs. L. 11. Cook. lower at once. 071 f WHAT AND RUN YOU NO IS GOOD Henry Fields has bought Jcsno Lynn's meat store on Main street. Mr. L.Min is getting ready to fix the dinner for tho big crowd at Paugh-mun'- s. sales next week. RISK. DON'T BUY SOMETHING SOME ELSE. BECAUSE OTHER f ELL0W. YOU. BUT BETSY'S POINTERS: "Molly and I agree that counterfeit money and substitute gootU come from the same parents. The cola and the goods may very closely resemble the genuine, hut behind them You Is neither honor or nonesty. will And no substitutes, only the genuine of standard quality at Coffey & Coleman's. Now is the time for'that Ice Cream Freezer and Water Cooler. We havo Eum&NNA montfeciured lyihe . vSold ky all Icadinq Dtvqqists One 5lze Only, MADE ON man or woman In oaeh locality. To Join tho Bupromo Counoll of tht oocloty and Introdueo our Banoflt Cortlfloatta Muit amonr frUnda and acqiialntaac AND ALL KINDS OP W. 8. Flth repritnt only tie o"t bo bttvMn II and CO roar ot ac. QWo all or only aparo lima. Wo par cah bona Machinery trongtt inauranc companies. flta for alcknaaa. Injuria, aeetdaata and and 34 tf him keep yu proteeteJ. daatb. Exportoneo not naooaaary. Can SPECIAL TOOLS TO ORDER Lt make from HO.00 to MS.00 a month and up. GOOD SERVICE AT FAIR PRICES A plaaaant and htfhly profltaMo profot- BEST EQUIPPED For Sale. I will sell ut public alon. Evary mombor aacurad maana outcry in front of the court house, cortaln aaiurod Inoaino for you OTiry- MACHINE SHOP IN THE BLUt GRASS. manth tharoaftar. Why not fat Into bual door in Stanford on Monday Sept for youraotf NOWT No capital need DANVILLE MOTOR ELECTRIC day, at I o'clock P. M, naa Band for partlculara. county court d. them. 10 shares of stock in the Dunk of COFFEY A COLEMAN, BOX LA.295, COVINGTON. KY. CO. Moreland. H. W. McGuffey, AduvY Prompt Dsllvsry. DANVILE, KY, 123 N. Fourth St. lhon 1M.S... OS lp. W. L. Dishon. fa oo J A second nana buggleg for eato CS tf at barealns. Pence Ilros. WANTED - REPAIRS JUST WANTS TO SELL OF HAVE A HEAD YOUR OWN. THE HOME OF HART SCHAFFN ER. & MAR Motor Cars ALL WOOL CLOTHING 1 1 Cummins & Wearen, Stanford, Kentucky. n?" '"('"eWlPaTSF ? 5 WTien ftT BmmmmmfaBmVBBmmmmmT THE INTERIOR JOURNAL, STANFORD. KENTUCKY. FRIDAY. SEPTEM1ER. I. 1911. jMm W. A. TRIBBLE t. You TTiink err YOU WANT I Imve n WATER e, THE FARMERS Kl-lia- CM the pia which mny women experience with month It makes the Katlenet tad kindness always atsocl ated with womanhood teem to he alnot a miracle. While la Jeaerat no women rebels efeintt what the re. rfenis e a aetarti neceeelrr there U do woman who would ssM he free from thit recurring' period oi pain. Br. Plwcm'm Fmrmrttm Prmmcriptlmm wmmtm mtrmmg mini mlck treat . wH, (em if rermgmlmHtr, M eetMffaA mbmta Imtlam larce steam drilling DINT FORGET THE court at M23. 1AUGH-MAN WlNon Ale.xniidrr bought n mir of linrsp mules at l.nncnster NOTICE 'a? mamHmm, al ulceration rf aihi fra mm ear Siek women ere invltad to consult Dr. Tierce Hy letter, JV. All eorreepoadenee etrictly private and eacredlr Write without (ear and without lee to World'a Dispensary Med-leeeafidentiel. Association, R. V. Pierce, M. D., President, Buffalo, N. Y. M you waat a book that tells all about weman's diseases, aad how to care atampa to Dr. ITeree to pay cost o( mailiaJJ them et home, send 21 illustrated eaf, aad he will send you a fret copy o( hia freat thousand-pag- e edition, in paper covert, Common Sense Medio! Adviser revised, 31 stamps. la ha.tdsomc one-cecloth-hindin- j, J al iitul nm prepared I" irill well LIVE STOCK COMPANY'S IQ SALES NEXT WEDNESDAY lo nny depth. I expert to tc in Lin coin county soon. Wrilc mo nt AND THURSDAY, SEPT 6 and 7. FtT Sale. Go.id .Northern !e-- J Lebanon for term nnd particulars. rye. Sec or 'plione mc Siln. Me.Mcr. C73p J. C. Van Hoy, Lebanon, Ky. Morchitd R. F. I e. 1. 'lm. V M-- i .i nigs HiiMn'i'.i' FINE MILL FOR SALEI For Sale or trade for live slock, 78 ncrca on county road. W. II. Mitel 0.1-- 1 1. Don't mis tliiH opportunity for un ler, Stanford, Ky., Mr. T. II. Guest of I'rbnun, Ohio, invetdincnt ! DoMirinjr to give my exclusive time to my farm, ns I Imd bo'ijzlit Saturdty of V. II. Reniek m of the best cattle that will go to the 10 take it Imck, I will sell to the Ohio Riwr tbii yenr. The bunch highest b'ddcr on the premises be- -j nvcraircd l.O.'iO pounds and brought in tiinir nt 1:30 I'. M., on Ml. Giust miid .r..i0 per hundred OF SALE! Lincoln Circuit Couit J. I. Case Threshing Mnehine Co., Plaintiff v A. J!. Ilastiu, Hefend-nuFURNITURE CAPursunijt to a judgment of sale rendered in the above Hlyled cause at tho May term, 1011 of said court the undersigned will on Saturday September Jflth JP11, nt about 2. .'10 I. M., on the fnnn of Bub Reynolds' about one half milo from He I.ick on the Crab Orehnrd nnd Somerset road, offer for salo nt public outcry to the highest nnd best bidder the' lollowing desciibed personal proper ty.lo-nl- l "One J. I. Case Threshing machine C'oinpiin.'s 73 horse power traction" engine, No. 'J3,IJ7, ono engine tub, together with nil the needed tools, belts mill nil of (he appurtenances theieiinto belonging, to inake a complete engine jacketed boiler rout rue-to- r , fuel bunkers, freight wheels, mid five sets of trucks, less long pait spliced tongue double trees nnd neck RETS. RUGS, MATTINGS. 0IL-CL0T- H. LINEUMS, WALL PAPER. PICTURES 9R m ponltty Notice! Poultry Raisers 4-11- -44 CURES Cholera. Gaoes. Limberneck. Roup. Canker, ;c""c.-,oos- rr Diarrhoea and all Diseases of Poultry Mw KtAt Bry.nl. B.fAiown. Kr.. uti: "I We J IJ7(T ' 14 ' f"n " lhM'll ' . tadlmbtnwckwiljioulliil. droppn down M Ml rfarwif WJlCmm-t.B.rdrtoOn drop d llmpe od. diklrn Ult Ihe wonn 4d idinn lh dik i iminllr. Ill s lk but pcewnlnt I hate aad Gaaranttcd by J. Bobt, Crume. Binhtown, Ky. Price 30c at all Dmgjisti. Wo. mJ. Ilciifiyfiprt Kr.MTU ..... , , . v i'bii Iwlirnentnl for only 6 cnt 'r month torritdti hn(. Ttienlck itrf cur, it ntiil ttifetlKiMsl IiiikHi tliesiilnii hint nrn in I.h. III, llir k... ....... (KM It... .1... uin-.n- ' . un Pil .., u. ,.u.( I.'.. 1.1.......It ed personal seenritv, payable to the trPtl'MItin (nil ntiil .It..... niiilrwry jenr i.thuuuinil. of fnrtll.irii. lirmi. The Danville co. ii" In I Tins say' II. iVI rllnl.Kll r ow tiiflr tiiu. hiit'Tiiiii.v liKMKnV M. Hertidnii, one of the eleverexl men commissioner, nnd bearing six pet rtcoiiri iri'riu iiifiirri,. oiirii,. w iinim, nnil riiiuii. llniiliili,tliMi,llli .nliUillKlloiinmli-HUi- and licit farmers wlm ever left Ilovle cent interest from date of sale STANFORD, KENTUCKY I lie will first offer the Traction llntlrr lint noil totkiiu'lrn nh Inmi lli !ii lioinc eotiutv. came down fiom iiin' lixtuy mul -- MVr, our linin. .t your ilruuaHl'a nr irnt in Grant couut iiihiii receipt of prlis-- cxlion l, iiuirt Slim. MiMnifuftiinil nnl and was in ihU engine and appurtenances as a whole iiinrnnlKsl ly MourlMMi ItKimsly Co., I.lrit(in, Ky olil liy nnd will then offer for sale the I'ue eitj. He said it Was drv up there, -hut as he planted hii corn early, trucks, and will then offer the entire New Slanfnrri Drtio Co.. Stanford. Kentucky. it would yield lr barrels to the acre propertx as a whole, and will accent the bid which realizes the most monev .R. F. I). 1, CUAi. ORCHARD, KY. ami his tobacio is line. PUBLIC SALE ro-- ; 'Ibis, August 'JOth. 1011. It. W. Gaines .sold to Owsley New-lanOf registered and high grade stock (ol. J. P. Chandler, Auctioneer. II. R. SAUFIiF.V, Special Com'r. mare and u yeara at Cnrpvntcr's Stock Farm, former-l- . ling filly for FARM FOR SALE OR RENT! sold n ear-old owned b Thus. C. Hiimber, who FuiudsAi.Tr Riciiatd Cobb for $17."i mare mule to Will sell privately my farm nf was the loiiudcr and director in the F. L. Thompson sold some OHO Having sold my farm I will offer Lincoln County National Bank, of about 200 acres in Lincoln county, pound heiferi to R. E. Thompson Ky., 5 miles east of Stanford on nt 4 cents, also a cow and three for sole on the premises .'I miles from Stanford. Ky. This sale will take J. S. MURPHY. McKlnney Kv. Lix River. 80 ncres in corn, JO Ifustonvillc on tho Middleburg nnd place on calves for $75. (teres in meadow, balance in blurt T. D. English Auet. Thursday, Sept. 21, 1911 P. II. Thoinpiou Mild a calf to S. Ilustonville pike. nt OilO A. M., I 'J miles from Crab grn-- s, has a four room tenant house TO-DA- Y. A. llallard for $18. Tuesday September 5th, Orchard, Ky., on, the Chappell's Gap 2 goad barns, nnd othir outhouses L. C. King sold a pair of JUMBO CAMP MEETING! the following live stock: I pair L,itvejS5t7VVVaay-ylvS- t uitilei to T. C Ttatikin for pike. The following live stock will good stone spring house, small orehmare mule, 3 farm horses be disponed 5 nrd. Plenty of stock water, good ,175. of: 115 steers 'J good milk W. II. Shanks bought .n pair of fencing. Commencing September I, 1911 Run 1 chestnut sorrel hogs mules from J. M. Cren fol rows, with calves, 8 School house joining this farm. rockaway and coach ning Ten Days. bought a pair of four- - o brood sows each with good litters. $:V25: al-- o horse, not afraid of trains or auto- Will ell nil together or in two i i e taaaa- THREE MEETINGS D,ILY mules of .Knh Wilson and . thoroughbred Poland China boar, j cnr-l- d trnctd. Terms easy. If not mobiles, drives well; 5yetirnld tlal-to- n OUR DUTY to our departed ones is plain. We 10 a. m.. 2 p. m.. 7 p. m. ti one coming mule lor also I good farm wagon, 1 backbav celdiug. broken to drie. out sold will rent for cash for 1912. MINISTERS: J550. should erect an appropriate 'MEMORIAL over board, 1 family surrey set blackGallon Will also sell hnl interest in 80 RKV. J. K. W0OLMD0E. Kit ssell George It. Sutton mid a bunch f smith tools all kinds of fanning im- of Clay mare; 1 their final resting place. MO. polled shoati to .le-- ie l'o at plements, household and kitchen fur- lia ygeldmg, extra nice horses, hoth acres of corn lo be cribbed on place Springs. 12') acres nf .us nnd finite cents bought 15 100 pound niture, 1 new incubator and brooder. iifthesc and subject to register; 1 mid KEV. ROBERT McGOWAN, Glus- - I llA monument is not expensive unless you care Grass hasn't been grazed ear-ol- d Jewel bay horse, fields. He Chester shouts of .loliu Fowler .of near gow, it so. to have 209 egg capcity. 12 tons of baled ' Denmark brood and this year. Rev. II. C. Wilson, of Russell Co. Ky. ron at 0 cents. Mrs. Walter Warren. Our work is unsurpassed and considering qualW. It. Gainei sold to It. 1). Holtz- - bay and other things too numerous work marc; 1 tl- ear-ol- d Shetbitul Song Leader. d claw, a Peavine colt lo mention.' pony by Blue Eyes; 1 I year-old ity, is very cheap. We have a large stock to seinSome Other Ministers have been Terms given on day of sale. for rJ5. FARM FOR SALE! pony by Dock Gray with horse coll vited and will be looked for. lect from. R. M. Tate. by" her side hy Reid's bay stallion; Wo will eel nt puhllc miction In Jumbo Camp is Located. LOOK FOR IT. Hustnnville, Ky.. It. F. I). No. 1 1 Diguitv Dare suckling fill v out of Iront of tho court house, In Stanford. Jn Lincoln county, Ky., 3 tr.iles from Monday In Kcptem-ho- r Clay mare; 1 jack, Ex- Ky. on Hie second M Stanford, and 1 miles of McKinney, Many a Stanford Reader Will Be at o'clock P. For thu Kentucky Slate Fair the celsior, by Tews' Emperor; his colts the farm known four hihI n half miles from Stanford near the bead waters of Green river. Southern railway haw named rate have sold for iti't to $125 nnd 00 Interested. en th0 Ilustonville pike. Plenty of water and good tabernacle Lexington, Ky. 142 N. Broadway, ol one lore plus .ic to rtlie rooml pur cent of his colts nre mures; 1 This fnrm contains on0 hundred nnd lunch stand, etc. When people read about the cures I lip. Tickets on sale September II. calling jack hv Harris' Hilly llfty acres, one tmndrcd of which Is In Those wishing to stay over night made bv a medicine endorsed from tn 10, inclusive. with final limit Sep- - Keelic; A good jennets, ;l good work tine stnte ol cultivation Out one thouannit dollar worth of locust post can get lodging cheap, close to tnber lar away, it is surprising that tli,ey limber 'JOth. See local agent for mules, 1 A TRAINING SCHOOL FOR TEACHERS. inir yeriing mules, .'I suck- can bo cut from this place, also u lot navlc. nte fee 15 cents; children wonder 'f the statements are Irue? lull information. ,J. ('. ltcaui, Jr., ling mules; .'I Jer-e- y leading to Elementary State Certificate, Intenned-diat- e Courses heifers with of walnut lumber. under 10 years free. There are n hut when they read of ease.i right A. G. P. A. St. Louis .Mo. (this State Certificate. Advanced State certificate A splerulld stock pond led by a nevcalves, 1 2- -. ear-ol- d high grade heifwith For Sale. I have 00 or 500 bush er, er ratine sprint. certificate becomes a liie diploma). All these certificates few rooms to let to those who wish here .it home, poMtisc proof is Cfmf-ye.irlii'g better; in their reach, for close Investigation els of Missouri Fulu seed wheat for About sixty acres of this farm Is esare valid I nail publis schools in Kentucky. Special cours-- them. is an easy matter. Read Stanford sale; will icclean ainl ell at $1 u and yeailmg heifer subject to reg- pecially ndnpted to th0 raising of hemp The Object 1 weanling heifer of high grade lcs- - Il"iew courses- - TUITION FREE TO APPOINTEES. ister, and tobacco. endorsement of Dunn's Kidney Pills, bushel. Jas. MeKeclinie, Phone llOlIlla-Tw- o splendid dormitories, new Modcl School, new Manual Of these meetings is the regeneration high grade Jersey cow New, fle room house. Just com. Dnwmu Harnett. Rowland St.. easier Exchange (SS.( i of sinner.i, and sauctificatiou of beTraining building. Prnctieo school, Department of Agriculhigh pleted. On0 mile from church and Stanford, Ky.. say: "Some time Extrn clean and nice pure winter 'ith heifer calf, 1 school. Ono lnrpe tobacco barn, built lievers. Come praying God to pour ago J ture; a well equipped Gymnasium. had a severe fall nod thi- -. turf oats tor seed. See samples at grade Jci-e- y cow. The dams of tins last fall, nlno good stock bnrn. Ten Holy spirit upon tins people Mock have all been sold for $50 to acres of younK her with the jarring to which Fall term begins SEPT. VI, 1011. Students can cuter to ndvnntnge at out the Lincoln National Hank. 200 bushels orchard. J. G. CRABBE. President, Richmond. Ky. and give lis the "best meeting tills n m subject in mv work, brought on for snlc. 1 M. Reynolds, Wavnes-burt- r. i7." eelt; 2 good Jersey bulls, 1 and nny time. Address This l a rplrndld home and must yenr that Jumbo Camp has eve had. kidnev trouble. For seveinl days I 2 years old. subject to register. 1 bo seen to be appreciated. If no ale MEN! could hardly gel about on account l!no Shorthorn mi:k cow. 5 steels, 1 Is made this farm will b rented on the same date, to the highest bidder of the pains jn my back. I also Mnke your home m modern tor your family tut n ice, Very low fares to Cincinnati and and 2 yenis old and 50 ewes. MR. FARMER: for ts year of 1312. A. D. ROOT that the pas-agFine Blue Grass Farm Fof Sale! nf kidney se return TeniM made known on day nf sale yourself in a position to get the latest market quotations eeJdeoce, and place via (jueeu and Crescent crctions were very irregular, especial Dinner on grounds. Persons arby means of our telephone service at any time. This can be accomplished Situated on the Stanrord and Otten-liel- Iv at night. I decided to cure this loule account celebration of the com riving by train can be conveyed to pike 3 miles from Stanford: trouble before it become chronic and pletion of the Fernbiink D.im. which you and your neighlmrs can get for a sum that is small compared with ts the beneflts received. Call or address our nearest office or write direct to containing VSS acres; 85 acres In blue as 1 knew that Dunn's Kidney Pills on sale ecpteiiber 5, (5, 7, fa i m from depot by public coiney-nnce- s. erass; new bard leadquartem, Uaahville, Tenn., lor information regarding our special "Far-me- wood finish, house or six rooms,house, were good for such complaints, 1 u ti.I 8th, final limit to ietiirn Septemsmoke house, ben Dr. J. G Carpenter Son, Liao" rate. If you are not at present enjoying telephone service, we cellar, cistern, at door, one hundred prociiied a bu at Sbugars and Tan- ber 11, Kill. The round trip fare can immediately interest you. Our lines cover the States of Kentucky, hoarlnz fruit trees in ohe mile or Un- ner's drug More. Refine I had from Lexington will lie J2.70. was .eutireh Tennessee, Mississippi, Louisiana and tLe Southern portion of Indiana and ion church and In three hundred yards the contents, Attractions. Street, nnil hiitoii-cot school. The place Is on Creomerj cured nnd I have had no kidney EAST TENNESSEE TEL. & TEL. CO. Dliriois. parades, illuminated night pageroute and liag a telepnone tn residency trouble oinee." (tnooRroxATKr' ants. Band concert:! for prizes motor This land grown fine tobacco wneat, For sale by all dealers. Price 50 boat corn and alfalfa. races', steamboat parades, decJ Ii. Parks and son Dow Parks, of Will sell for one third down balancu cents Koter Milburn Co.. It'il'falo, orated motor boat pageants, Music On approved security New York, sole agents for the United near Paint I.ick; sold their farms to suit purchaser. oratory, fircvorks and flving maCall or wlto w. F. Dlshon, Stan-for- d Stntes. V. A. HECKLER, Gci.om' of 75 and 100 aeies each, to Tandy chines. We are la position toiao all kinds of whenever conditions RememLvr the name Doan's IJnco'n Co., Ky., Route 1 Box snob as BlockfWork. PaTemenU Passenger Agent. and Walter Centers f Estill county 41, and take no other. Ad. In taot. we oan make any thins from post. We boom down to a feace guarantee can serr ut $125. warrant Prefer ra promptly and (fall and get oar prtoef work aad material, You do not need a NE.TS least. fLY Mtere yoa bar roar material at ence, of course, being LARGE SUM "SUN 5HDETO Sy IsSvN Stanford, Ky. with' which to opea a given to eur regular PENNY'S DRUG STORE SOLD rY S1ANFORD,. KENTUCKY. FIRST NATIONAL BANK, PROGRESSIVE STRONG ACCOMMODATING And Seeking Your Bank Account. CAPITAL $50,000. Open an Account With us SURPLUS $25,000 Tuesday, September 12, 1911 The following renl estate: Flour mill of "5 barrel rr.pneity. this mill 'm four stands of mils it run liv steam poitci and make- - ;li;ood Hour ttiid ipiiI ns can be nuul 11 i lornl"d on tli) Q, & ('. railroad nt McKiniio.x, Ky., 15 mites south of Danville ntiil .10 miles north of bom-cre- t, w III ii spur runuiii to the mil' from the iiiaiii line. Without fear of contradiction I sty vro have I he licit market for feed in the Mule and the best located roller mill. The mill is fip stories high and lias jiiit Yecently been equipped with the most modern machinery fioiii top to bottom. We have, an abundant Mipplv of never failing water. It hsih n huge scale for weighing wtigon and team, coal sheds, a good barn and lu.s adjoining it a piece of buihl-m- g land with u fine cNtern, a well and n concrete cellar on it. I will divide the land nnd sell it separately or will sell the two n a whole. This sale will take place the day following the sale of tit beautiful lTiO acres farm of A. D. Hoot We have six daily trains and any one desiring to see this property can pet off any of these trains nt Mc- Kinnev and find us without trouble. Terms made known on day of sale -i WINDOW SHADES, it was the finest bunch of feedets lie had seen this cuiv Pari Newt.. HALL CURTAILS, Frightened at miiiio supposedly un ucen object in the night the famous COMFORTS. DLAN King, by WiNoii Cloud Mallioit. King, dam by Harrison Chief, rnn trom his stall into a lot nt the hum KETS. ETC. ETC. of C. F. Ilerriott nt Mt Sterling unit dropped dead. Cloud King was one of the seiiialional sites (if the country, and wn owned by I.. N. Pnvis, banker, of Ashland, Kv.. wlni jukes uilucd him nt ",")00. The suid pioperty is now located Ollie Jobiiiou sold u weanling amlc nt tln pliice where sale will occur nrd to Win. Palmer for $100. sold u in Pulaski county. f Ktin-ti- s, Roy Xigmier. pair nf borie mules to Robert Han-ki- n n The said property will be sold on credit of six month, nnd the pur for &I'J.. Morgan bought n bunch of chaser will be required to giw bond J. C. for the purchase price, with amiro- calves Frank llollzclaw at $'.20. RUzJZT JtCBS"- - fjh m Ci WM ato w.si'v.--ytM.Tyg- m v MM lammmlJ CaamHmi RaHaESflHaaHaHHa TlJjjl) "li'..UI. '.TBBi2ra Y fmmfWmmmWmWmWKimK t ' -- Wt JHM ' mm ' Stanford, Ky. iiiart-ii--S- - Tirn'ii hi ' hi i'ii iTo uFJtx,tevV cjn k PS'' m Jjj aaf: 1 - HOG CHOLERA. B of II.IT-U- . Mcwu-ngc- r 11 curi-.no- mm-Ip-- J d, -y- l-- threc-vear-o- ld J MONUMENTS d sep-nrn- te tour-ear-oi- 1 -l '2- -j -j three-year-ol- ' Wm. Adams & Son -- SS'sSSnAVVV'r4 t 1 1 1 L-i- to-p- et 1 il , es -- Minis-Ticke- m I tin-ish- 1 nl One CONOiETING flrst-ola- Dollar WE MAKE LOANS it To Start PHILLIPS BROS., NOTICE! 1 Hanna's Green Seal two-third- s, m bank account with the '"aSrBmmammVffix ,4557 u If era should be specially considered by securing a proper outfit or lap robes, blankets, fly nets and other neoewarl-e- a from our complete assortment ot boran goods. Here axe UKfat, but strong; and durable, single and doubts harness, admirably suited to road purposes, along with a hilt line ot work WeekThe Interior Journal and the of the best quality at flat ly Cincinnati Knqutrer one year fQt harness prices. 1.30. The weekly Enquirer is Stanford, Ky. Old farm and family paper. t a j J C. McCLARY, t Notice is hereby given that tho iuideit.igued who was convicted of (lie crime of Grand Larceny, and sentenced to confinement in the State Penitentiary for the, period d 10 years, by judgment entered at the May term 1000, of thu lmcul.. Circuit court, will on or. about September 11 1011. apply to the governor of Kentucky for pardon. All petsoiiN opiosed to the granting of the same will notify tho governor on or before the date above mentioned, stating in writing their objections lo the granting thereof. This August '27lh 1011 GR.II. MILLER UUOADUI'S. FOR SUMMER DRIVING U comfort or both boraea and drlr W you expect to do aay paianag, yoa are iateteetcd you should be So the quality of (he paiet to be wed. material la any ssvea job of pokdng, labor represents practkaMy , the cotL. rd labor, tke attduriRf quality It stand to reatoa that with to much expense ol tfc Mtat ia all Why have the piinh'ng dose ualets the ptotechoa aad durability of the job ooe-thi- 'The Made-tp- - Wear Paint" n depositors Lincoln (ounty Nition.1 Bank You can start with $1 or more, deposit as of ten as you wish, and in any amount. Call to see us. State Bank m it sought? How is one to determine the true value and obtaia paiat that auyke dapeaded upon for durability? HANNA'S GREEN SEAL PAINT IS MOT A SECRET. fonsula eTtMry ftackaf . tke the quality The makert have coBfideace aad take pride Trust (o. SUM, DOT. prtNi ea Thia paint aad ku the comrjosieioo ol the paiat IS THIS OF ANY VALUE TO YOU? k tell the public Capital Surplus Corner Next to $100,000 $100,000 Court-!oUs- IT OUGHT TO IE. e Pence Bros., Stanford. Ky Stanford, Ky.