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Ji AND FKIDAY STANFORD, LINCOLN' COT STY, KFNTt'CKY, IHIDAY. SKPTFMDKR 8, 1011, SUNDAY h KflY TIESDAV ANOTHER GREAT SALE HELD IN STANF0I1D. Floyd $.100. Tlirce-jca- PARENT il TEACHERS' SCHOOL STATISTICS Con- LOCAL OPTION ELECTION HUST0NVILLE. HERE DEC. 18. I 'rnnkie BABY BOY KILLED IN r ear-ol- Three driftm. Total of $33,000 Realized from First Day's Auction From J. H. Bnuuhman Live Stock Co s Disposal. Tliicc-yenr-ol- old mure mid" $20.". innre iinui'. V. , . . his first suit.- Just year, t ho oTe of Itiu J. il. second annual Hmighinun Ltvcslook C'uiiimny ' ci- held otic of tho bigg&tt ,ulos Tim in Jhr Hrl ot tlio country. previous ami a lulna ot ten dn night or t ii lierviru ihu sale lml ah- ami ptoiiiwo of ' fidu fiill gnu a ml nwi. Lujcn. rutne from A great emwd had gathered "l Sutuiclle.Y'a ShvCL Y"P'" u" Wc,,m"--- ' b.y who Au5tTvtrH!ufT:. U. Kiulrfu Like! - fr 'The first duy'a Itpkmtntr to ini.l 1. M. Uuaii, upyiiod lt oouin.iaatcm .lt. al w of Hnughtnan's inUltu tiMik mute wet 6 aotd tho swad day- Th snIm ot tho rirt day totaled -- .'13.203, and ml of Mr: lulitMu' toek could not lie oM at tJiai tnne 'lh-l.iwnne running mw to Thursday. as todows. day's sale Wednesday's Sale . Ja lwd foiward calvea, W. (trtrfin, Gallatin, Trim., oi $ Mr. Uriffm at i. claw fd'jSOi JU Iim.1 calve Mr. OriMiu ut 37 yearling Two-ycur-old $1-1rst iwiij. vkhitw home iw. nwi ., 200. Ftilillc School Opens Monday With Mure mule .1. H. Iloiuiker. $20"t. Mitts II. Ik Davit, It5. Appropriate Ceremonies and inure initio W. C. Goodly Attendance. Floyd $170. Tlitco Neur-dlmnro tnule, M. S. Matisliiiiun, $i05. Ilefore it Koodlv number of friomU mulo, .1. Ik mid paltoiiK, the Stanford KruiKd Fair lli.Mtkcr, I2.'j. ki'liool opened Moinhiy iimrnitiK with iiMjre muU, Uicluiid lirliht propri't lor a aplundid year AlpMindrr till). Al 8:.'lll in the coIIckh property on Fair tmil W. ('. Flyd. f.101. Main utreet the primary department linmo tmlc, W. .1. beiran it work with approirit Mntxlmil. HratWrson, $196. 1). M. Walfcor and J. by ihhK Tilftml W. Irrlatul There are about 1VO $ IA. tMi4ls enrolled in tiu hntltlinis. At male, It. J). UolU-elntime o'clock in the main Imildintr IH37.10. lift KramMar on Dam die u venue, Fair nMm, W .1. Mrnlwll 2V1. und high Hfhool drHirtinenU Wcro T, .1. .MHrhill oiwited with a ihort bnt well chosen miil liac. A inno dint by Mary proKram. I'rt.r u nlo. W. .1. liatwUK 2!7.-SO- . Monre Itiwv aad Thoaa Coleman as the firot feature anil it waa well W. .. Murtlwll tendered. "America" waa thut annc by the seltool P. U Dntee Mnro mule Ik I). IloltaeMir $11(5. ondacte I th ikvotioual etereiseH Mnro tnu! Alfxaudor, ji'fter which Mia Kthel Iettro Tilfonl M7.f,0. u fotfd aelertion. The next thine on tlnnw hwIp W. .1. Mamlall. It'-'-.. the progrnm waa a talk by Saperiu-ItetHteX. .1. Murhll UorM tmiltt i olt, Ireland nlonif linen ot pro- ffl7.30. work, the important KTes in , 1 It. 1). ItolU- Htm-etliouatit of wbirh wan the iminlioii of il il tlirec-ypMr-o- bl Trto-enr-ol- it Tio-ylr-(lil rn-.vir-oAteti-mill- l. ASSOCIATION PROPOSED Reported To Lincoln County vention Last Week. U. Tii-Mvir-o- ld Two-yMr-o- iri It. ot ter, Kiw-rtr-o- mare, H. tuarw, H. Da vim, 27. SU yearling ttr. Mr. drlftm at Kicht-ycar-n- id "iil WW lrfHar.1 at -- :. yearlinga, T. W. DaekworlU yearik.. 'J; at , 0 2 nt S3i S0 20 vrlio, Andiuw TkmHn nt . U-- mule flTJ.SO. I'ur bln k f.100. S7.no Mm J. X. t'ash, Itlu.ini-ftld, rn't Ho) Muir. tl.nfl niarrs, Hal Mmr II feeder, C, II. Jotl, of Almliaou, riuirsilav and day. nt il - per ewt. a 25 steor, Simon Well nt $32 22 7- huilore, hitJKHi Weil Tim bin sale was not comiilcli'il will lie continued Fri- '""as'liwul ot rfcew W. II. Urown ..t 3EAUTIFUL WEDDINS SOLEMNIZED WEDNESDAY Miss Nell Warren Becomes Britls of ,"a fUdew AMiy J5 hfiul ftMlM, Arnold M. J- - 1'"" ' "l at $10.75 '.fil o'f ruttlo, Ike SUolby. nt 33h.O Wuil ul 1J head of .ntlK', Simon John Charles Osliorn: In Presence of Many Loved Ones. The Presbyterian church was the ?l'ab haul cattle. 47.30. ;10 Will fc""""1 Lllrd Weil Weil head wiltle hi'iid at seem' WciliO'silny .ifteiniiiiii nf ne of the most beautiful wedding that ut Iiiih been solenu'fcd in Sinnlord in nt As ill'! llttiut; iiiany ttiiintlis. to it couiti-hiof M'vcal ve.itv, .Mr. John ChutlfH Olfirnc, f Kunx-ille- , Tcnn.. led to hymen's ultnr, Mif-Nell Duiioan Warren, of this city. The clmrih was beautifully and appropriately dei ur.itod lor the is'cisiiin anil n myriad of candles I nun their eleateil potition around the altar shed a luntrc of ncllow nidiiince ocr tht bridal partv which made the scene one of cnrhaiitin? p J7.50. 4) Simon 'M.7C. Imll, Ocorc Hublc. of Oarruul, Wi-- 5.:.rit. 1 , bull. Simon J bull. OcorKf Hublc ?'JI.5U. Hubli-- , rJO.00. 1 bull N. (Iritliu. S!0. boll W. Wliiti'lioun-- , iVd. 1 bull J. 1 bull W. X. Unftiii. Htiblu ?'J5. I bull, f0 .slicot. ttforuo Hublo nt l.yO .'(0 slll'l'P MIIIIK' nt ?l.l- - :i.'t. l. W.". -. heautl. U6 tJj hlici'it sumo nt . .')() hllfi'll, slllt ut ?l. "it) uluvp, Adiiir I'otioo kt $1.0:!' .')Ji slu-, aIhi'Ii. 'ii' "t M. l(i() ."() hlicopj J. '. Kulmiil .Iiutut, l'mh O. t t .""" ? Itiilik in ft.l'S .ill hhrvn, .luim Crn.li ut ,i0 blirvp. Jhii- h- Cutili nt 1 buck. M. . IJiiiwbn'iiu I 1 1 II hlucji. J. Spmtt .l:ir'. I.-- ii to the oareiiiony an sulii, "Pil;riiiir t'horus" wtts oltly teiiiUrcd by Mi .Mary a Molin miIo "(), i'ti. hi stiil'litue l!itiiiiK Star,'' by Mis- Itert.i .tcnn l'miti un iiptiMt"lv plityisl atd Mts Mnrv Meltobert- - -- weetiv mum; "lit cause." Astlm bridal purt llij;-Viiiil Preiious nsociation. This is an uraanitation to promote achooi iiiterent ami to aecure a hearty rcnt, teachers and pit of pil, nlxo to Imiirf thtf iwreut aiei teacher to n elN or kiorrledjce t c.ich other '.Ml the bcl .'rk inuv Ik- - neeoniMliliil It by tl'( Hill prerent frannictitory remirts is nir Mceeptod as wholly tiee, urn! v el impress nmn nil llw tie closer aptdicutioii by kecpimt children bone nt inVhU. This nsnnin-tiomil be oiYiilii.cd provided u niltieii'iit iltiiiiber of lollops Iniiui-li- t suffieitsit iuteresi. It m not to be simply u mother's club but to V truly a parent teach!'' Quite u number, haw alrendv iiiifieil their heart" uppiorpl ot this step and hno expressed a di rirc to become mmiiben. . In the event the orsitio.Mion i and formed it Mill he held ut a by the majority place desiu'iuited und will meet oui'i: u molilti for the discussion of lieh topics at. are most vital to the projjres-- . of the school work. People hear much of , the three It's reailin, ritiu, null and sometbiui; ot the three It's the head, the hand the beait but this body if completed will deal more with tjie therce It's body, brains and liriniiif; up. The trusney problem Mill be helped by this If there are anv who wish to become members of this orxuuizutiuu which is inwiluuhlc for direct pergonal contact they tue inputted to ;;ie their tinuii". to the siipetinteiid- n Mirent-tearheu rith-uietlc- nt. All departments ul the school id started off with llutterii.tf the parents or pnttons can keep virv line of ptojiress mot The the ediici'tionul welfare. home is the suhtrticlurc of nil national life the school is to broaden and cpaiul that life to :i higher then the nece--sit- v staue of eilieu-hi- p, the between of l"iiilt't's of the, two is obvious. I I 1 luu'k. U. I. ti)..".0. buck (liioryi' Itul.lt (i. buck II. I'. Hiiiiuliiiiiin liiu-k- . J. W. l.i.i;liiitiir buck. (Icoidc Hnll. yl I .o. buck II. ". Itiimjliiiim. fl'J. l('" sl'i. Moltclaw iW. .it "). ii. 1 . , '., iff ) buck, (ii'orjf Iftibl' vl" no and .losephine Wan'.'ii.ll.e lut-l1 the timid nf liouot" .uul then came ciirlius buck. T. I'Mriu-iiicbuck A. T. Nuiuicllcv hi tV.'.'i. the Iniilc imthe aim f her broth r. 1." Mi. Aslibv McK'ee Win nn. A iney I jvjriiii): buck, .1. O. Spmtt, iippniachi'd the alia.' ihe ; roum, 1 buck luiub, liiou.-- Km lc fa 1 lr. .Mr. A. J. Wyatt. ,tih hc.--t .cnrliiiK buck. M. S. 'luiiKlinmii mail, cutiie in from the m L ci.tt.uicu IS vcnrlintf iHick, I). M. Amli'isiui, and met his bride in III" enter holme the altar wheie stood Hcv, P. I.. Ilruoe, who, Willi tho impio-div1). .M. AihIoi-oii- , 1 yt'iuliii!; buck riiii; ccrcinony, nuitt.1 two imiii'; $1.1., i .. i i i. tt I... i.i ... hcorts iuthe holy hoi.d- - of uedlok. I nuvk mill", uvuiisv iiuuic, 1 bunk To the strains of .Mctiihilhsohu's Intuit Win. FmliU (.-- ". 1 march, Mr. and Mrs. IllICK, JllllltM ( llsll. .1 1. left 1 buck (icornc Iloonc f8.7fi. the churi'h, followed 1'iiuirili.ileiy I buck. by their itttemlaiits, who 'tail till:. ti (Icorgo Hublc. 18.1(1. 1 mules, If. position ou either side of the altur pair buy tluriii',' the ceremony. !:. Tipton W.l.. 1 .imir lit. ict. tVii.Vinl ulil mules The brido was utiired in nu ut- .rit)7.ro. Inutile travelitur taut vith lai'e .ilarc mule, m. . lirr.itit tJUi.uu hat to match, and was nuver more Hyr.-t- ! mule II. It. Davit .$ J 7. ill. benntitul than ou Miis iter M'ed luij; day. Shu if a dtiti'.'hler of Mit.. Mure mult' V. N. llriffiu $W mules, .i I'harlotte Warren and is admired Pair i.nd loved by a lio-- t of friends here l'loyd. H3. t mid and elsowhere. A sweet. beautiful youm; woiua-i- , mid a hucly $210. Four ji'iir old mule, W. t . l'loyd, ''luistmii chariietcr, Mr. Obutiie is to be congratulated on i.iiiiiuu her Two-vo- n t old mull', II. II. DtivU heart, for she will oior itoe a hiutrce of huppinosN to his life, lie ,fJlG. tiiurr mull', W. Ii. is n prosperous travelling mini, the representative of a l.inw lumber Ilurtoii, $2o.ri. mules linn in Knoxvillo, mid not ,nt 'of I'tur I'omiiiK 10. stands hieher its muiiy C. Floyd (.'. for energy und capacity. mules, Fair Mr. mid Mrs. left ou (lie Floyd. .t.lS7..'i0. . tiiatc itiulch 5:1,) Ij. i'c X., on u hridiil tour of I'tur ihu northeast, which will In dude a Mtlclicll Taylor .Jh5. isit tot ho ci'iiom's imri'iiis it fiiinid Mule Milcliell Iliiylor fl7.')..'i0. tiiare tapids, Alich. After October Isr, Puir two mid thev will ho at homo 'o their friends mules. W. (' Flovd. ::i0. at lviioMille, wherl thn best tiihlio . Hurton, $10.50 IIorHO tnuli) W. of l'rieiids iill ever attend tlicnr. Mure mule, It. I.. Ilubbl" '&. Mnv their vnviijro IliroutJi life bo Mulo, Jnko Hobinson $235. 'liri...vear-oli- l !ri'V llilllo Ik D. ever us brilil ns tho ray of tho Mm that Htuiled down upon (he haplloltrelaw $17-.')- (l. Fair maro mulis W. C. Floyd 100 py pair ns they came from tho house Fair llireu.year.old uiults W. C. of Qod, husband und ina. J yeullitiK 1 er r 1 e luiub 1). M. Anduivon vS.J'i. the chinch I.oheurin'.s wedding cl'unn. was hiiii by Mis, Mltib-ert- i. Mrs. .1. (I. t'arpeuiei', W. Ireland and Wnil.uv ;'mj.!i Icil a uiipaniol liv Mis Mary litems on the oiviin. Fliui' the lijjht uinj: . T Adams .unl A. ('. .Mine M.'s.i. Ilisliiip. dliile in the lelt iiikIc ivcte .Iiiek Itottt mid If. A. Asomy the toiiiiiMncu. Fiilluiviii ucte l'rt ilirs. Mioses Alice Ali'tiiii, Mat-Kaie- t War.- -' The enrollment of pupils the fr-- t day was ."12." or 100 ill eie-.- - of the enroll. neat the fir- -t venr undir tho present mmmemeiit. PARTNERSHIP Alfred DISSOLVED. Pence Sells Out to His Brother to Go mi Road ir: 1 The linn of Pence Bros., the well i.nowii tin in implement men of Main Mteet. was dissolved this week, Ahis interest llied Pence selling out to his brother, Tom Pence, who will oliiluct the luiMiiexs under bis own Mime in the fuliite. Alfred Pence will mi on the road for the larye raujio muiiufuctiiriui; company with which his brother in law W. .J. is connected, traveling in tho ninth this fall and Koiiu; to (.alifor-ii'- ji in the winter. He it one of the best known yotiiij; business men of this set lion of the state mid his nmnv friends will wish him every l)u-7ier tluco-ycar-o- ld Ini-.di- nii'iess though ictrettinc execedini,'-l- y His to see him leuio Stunford. brother will continue to conduct the busines- - on the hiune hiyli piano that it has been operat.'d on for so ninny cai.s. -- PUBLIC SALE! The county nol lining uble to renew Ihu leiiso on the woikhou-- o lot, UH eonuiutteo of the lVenl court, I will, ou Motidnv September, lit It. lftll. nt I o'clock P. M in front of the court house door, sell, to the I iciest bidder for cuh in huud, the workhoue hiiildiiu; Incited ou the the Baptist church. lot adjoi'iiiic I'heie me iihout 1700 fett of hinib'ir in the building mid it will he sold a. it Mundh, und puiehaser will be leipiired to letnoie the entire building before October 1st 1011. W. S. Burch, Committee, Lincoln County Fiscal Court. Five-year-o- ld h foitr-yeiir-o- ld four-c:ti'.o- ld io fitnr-jwir-o- iltieu-ycar-o- RUNAWAY ACCIDENT Mrs. George Hobinson and Miss Kattlfmnn of Lancaster nro Petitions Are Beinq Circulated For guests of Mrs. Mimiio Robinson. Another Fearful Traqedy In Lincoln The following i.s the report of tho Hcv, Montgomery and daughter, Signers and Will Be PresentCounty Mrs. Tom Wilder, Secretary Treasurer oL the Lincoln of Liberty ntteuded tho meeting hero ed to Court Monday Child's Mother, May (utility school association made al i.ist week. Also Die. the comcnliou hero hint week. Mwses Lthol und Nell Kills of More Elections come fast mid furious January 1, 10J1, in old Lincoln. Tho no.U ou ducket land arc guests of Mis Kiln XiitnberM of Sunday schools repot Monday afternoon ns Mis. Taos. ufter the state election in November ot) will be .Mrs. Nannie IJ. Harpor o Juno-tau local option clcijiou, said Wilder, the wife of a farmer, hmg Number sending slalistics Inst Citv is guest of Mr. Jim Powoll in the Hubble section, was on lur Ip bo wlitjilulcd for December IS. 30 At this oJectum :tlfo pooplii year of Lin- nml .family. N'mnber Sunday Selioolfc payiiiR Julias MeKinmV leturneil Friday way to riait Air. und Mre. John Farcoln flll he asked to vote ou tho 3 question lor 1010 Irom Sonieret where he vMled dnr-in- g mer, living qt Ilcdgoillle, tho of whether they wunl to Number of offleors in the 30 Similay Iimo heemd .saloons in th county the fair. ran awny'nnd the mrrvy w.is decliool Immiou Clinrlei Grtham of is molished, resulting in injuries to tuo or continue in the pnwent alleged Number of aeholara, udnlm in- villi Svli eater Newton this week. "dry" fate. old int. ml son, tioui 2,081 Miss Atlie Yantis of Inincaster sc iIiuIhI Follow iot h meetinjr of severol of - Atttilnnou l,3t!T the weU, at mid liottie Cnnon of Stanfonl nra which it died thflt ovnk)g Mi, WaAvra)Crab Otchntd and vier ulso received many suere bnu- Xninbir of uhlldren m thu counItiffe. Inst week, petitions wcie guests ot .Mita 1,0 10 ty aehool ago . Mwses Mcttto and Isn Floyd, Mar- - sesniul one out about thu 1'hcc mil drawn up nml are liuing uiroulntetl Number nut enroIUd in Siniduy tiiis weak, It is underatood thai Hih taret McCoriUHck, Corn Xunnelley ndernid injuries, it is fourud, w he a 3,000 IrDtitiom will be school, tihoMt Murpuv attemlecl ure inoru limn likely to provu tutat. prenunted to the nn (.ninennu Number of achouls Imving htune week. One of Aire. Wilder! little girU eourfat it mftumr meeting ou .Mon- Somerset fair 3 day. depart nt oi 1 Miss AlcClnre, of Li xing( and a young ludy named Kuyes, who Jo Potlnmti, Oeornc Lua;iiu Numlwr enrolled in Imam deimrt- ,wro also oocuputits of tho carnage, and Anderson Cnrr, the latter color- ton is gin t of Mias Anim Floyd. 00 ed, li enl Mis Carrie Cunniiisham of Dan- -' jumped and meapttl with not a sm-)dweiu circulating the ietitioiM leaeh- Number of aehoota holding is Mailing .Miss Angle C.irpen- - kIu scratch, in Stanfonl this week. Theae 2 er' ineHiOR As Airs Wilder' condition wu- - so mut contain (ho names of 'Jj lrr ler this week. , Miss Luln Tim tetter of Lawrence- - precuuoiw, and also Inning had Nurihtr havlflK teaelier'a tiain-coiil of the voters at the lust county oiiiMa 3 is the atlroutive suost of the eeut attack of heart trouble, it wna . in ration. M th volo was very heavy elinivU Number mMml to t Iwru in the, fiction of 1000, it will Mise II iiichina nt Klixir Springs. Itlmuuht best by thu nttouiling physi- 200 require a goodly number .Messi-- s Doe Dtye, JnuicM Mall, cian Hint she he not told ot tho from Snnilay tflhool of signa-Im- ii Hugh Saudidge and John Newton at dunth of h?r babe. Number of atois untorttid ....13 She leviied to the petitions. As sinm .school aro divided aeconlimc tended the Somerset fnir Thurslav. somewhat by next morning, whea they will ho published. deiKHtdnalirwia aa follows: Itev. Lander, of F.lirnbetbtovrn ,1116 slid new wns giion her, but to Uneolu county voted out aalooim fl 1.1 thu zueat of Clms. Wheeler last ing only niou Sumluy aehools sho did not tho last oa opUiui election held 13 hcie siinething over hretple of Chriflt seem to be fully aware of its uwful four years ago weak. 7 by Uoytl (Vetitherlord is at home lor importance Impost a tnnjonty of out ,200, Those 1 I L'lte terrible catastrophe nioti Itnptisls who occurred the licensing of saloons, n few days before leniing far Bir " .Methodist South cm the pike, almost iu sight of the however, ny that tho chances for mingham 3 cutting down "Miss Lulu Mao Bruce of Dan- - Wilder home. Mctbodiel Kpiecuiml The breaking of the this majority, or even 2 rnrrjinjr lilc, is guest lot Aliss Ada Al- - under girt of thu harness allowing Presbyterian the county in favor of higli Financial Report, An. 3U, 1011 tho shafts to raise und the surrey license, aie greatly improved by rea- corn. Iii-Dr and .Mis Tim Pennington, of to nut upon tho horse caused the C'l. 1. I'JiO edle-.HU- i son of the general dissntisluetion Ml. Xeiiia Sunday School Union 2.30 over the failure of the officials to Stanford pent Sunday with Air. and liuisu to ntungc and run away, lifter ("nib Orchard Chntian S, S. .2.00 eiifaice the law, und the fact that Airs. V. 1). Newborn. he hud reduced the enrringo to n com Algar Weddle is in Somerset this 'pletc wreck, Stanford Methodist South ....3.0U blind tigeis, speak easics, and booti l.fiO leggers (nib Orchard, Baptist Mrs. Wilder nud thu infant were are permitted to flourish like v.eck. 2.3" the green bay tree all over the counLuther Willis of Louisville is vis- - iJnown out after the hor.sc had drag Stanford, Presbyterinu Wil-lg2.57 try. A great many who tool; promiiling his parents Hcv. and Airs. lliistimvillo, Cliristian the carriage some distance huMl Hebiou, Methoditt South ..2.00 nent part in the fight to vote tho bs for it few dn vs. fore kicking loose. Assistance name 1.50 county dry before, Logan's Creek Fnioii S. S Alis Kiln Barnettc left Mommy quickly and medical attention waa are said to be so 50 disgusted with conditions iu Mawood, Union S. S Lincoln Tor Okluhotna City, to visit Airs. secured und everything done to re-2.00 that they will take no part iu F. Barnettc. Hubble. Methodist, South Keve the sufferers, but the child ex- this 2.00 coming fight, if not actually voting Aliss Atalinda Naves has returned pired in a few hours. Its burial Itowlnud, L'liion u pleasant li-- it to Somerset curred in Buffalo cemetery W'ednes-Iriend- s. Public Collection of Convenfor high license. 11 So tion dny morning nt eleven o'clock. On tho other hand the friends of Ueorge Jliinn, ot Lolirmma is guest Credited at Louisville for ... 0.50 piohiliitiou say that they will make SEPARATE SPEAKING. the fight of their lives to keep sa- of Julian Itiffe. $40.52 loons out. An effective and workTotnl Lee 'lunis of Covington is visiting Disbursed. ing organization will probably bo per lus mint Airs. J. W. Campbell. Will Be Held Monday By Democrats ' 30 fected at once, and u hard-fougMises Lottie and Louise Cooke, For blank books and Republicans. will lenie Satuiday for Knoxwllc. postnls und 02 letters ..2.41 campaign is cwpcctcd to result. For .53 where they will attend school. For telephone messages 2.50 School opened Alondnv with 1.10 , Hon. K. J AIcDcrmott, will fill For copyist HIGHLAND. ' nppoaitnient here next Alonday mid prospects very flnttcriug, for .'. i rJ:G0 or 500 programs ,.r county court day. Some discussion .iu more in the next two weeks. Mr. Aliss Until Culberson has returnhas been hud in regmd to a foint do Total ..t7.'2!I ington. Jack Mills has gone to LexKy.. The young people re- ed to her home iu Covington nfter a hate being n ranged between Air. AIBalance for slate work ....$33.2jl gret to see him go. delightful visit to Mis. M. It. Cam-uit- cDcrmott ant' Hon. K. P. Morrow, By the close of the year 'we hope Mr. and .Mrs. John Waters, lutie who is nh--o billed for n speech lieio io lime a report and a collection Sylvester Newton left Wednesday on thi- - snme date; but in a letter to I mm every Sunday school in Lin- - leturned to Louisville after a pleasfor St. Louis where ho will attend j the chairman of the campaign coni oln county, Wo want every thing ant visit with their parents here. luittcc, Air. AIcDcrmott states that Miss Sullie Faulkner has returned school. up in full, and desire to icnke Masoi Cooke of Kuo.xvillc arriv- tic hnppeued to meet Air. Alorrow, Lincoln one of the bannoi counties home fioui Ludlow. befote the new officers enter upon The at Mr Cyrus Young's ed to dav to visit his grandparents n few days ago and tho latter agreed with niia (AIcDermott) that no good heir duties .Ian. 1 1012. The offi- Saturday night was well attended, Air. and Airs, A. B. McKinney. who played would result to either party from Milton AleCormtick cers for next venr are: President mid nil report a good time. ball with Albany, On. the Southern such n meeting. Both gentlemen P. M Mcltobetls, Vies President. .1. Mr. Boone, who was hurt by the upon this matter the probabAtlantic league will nrrive Wednes-d- a Treasurer, suw mill, is slowly improving. C. Mi Clary, Scctctnry for a short visit to the home-folk- s. ility of a joint discussion of tho Mi- -s Pauline Mocker, sjupt, Klemvu-ftar- y Mrs. Alice Poole and daughter, campaign issues is of cause nt. an lepartincnt, .Mi- -- Dollie Mc- - Miss l.aurn also Mr. and Mrs. James end. Air. AIcDermott will speak in li'oberts, Snpl, liitcrniediute depart rethe couit house at 1:30 P. AL, and JUNCTION CITY. meat ilrs. .1. O. Xcwlmid, Sttpt. Candy, of Latiiauge, ure Mr. Aim row will speak at the opera Ad lit dup.irtnient, Itev. P. L. Bruce, latives here. A number of our young people atAirs. J. AL Ken ne has about re- house nt 1 o'clock P. AL departmeni, Itev, Supt. II I . Surles. Supt visitation, Ci. tended the enmp meeting at Jumbo, covered flout mi attack of acute iuili OPERA HOUSE SEASON Sinulctnii, Supt. Organization ltc. Sunday. Air. Lewis Humble, of Seainon, 0. W. M. Walker, Delegates at large The ball game between Highland is the guest of his uncle, Air. J. Opens Here Saturday Niqht With afterItiv. .1. B Jones, and all the ahovi mid Turnersiille, Saturday iiiuiud (ifficet's. Alternates, Alts. J, noon, was well attended The game Henry Hanklu. "Daniel Boone on The Trail." Alessrs, CJiarles nnd Ollie Gruhbs, J Dickcv. Mrs. m. Tucker. Mrs Mood II to 2 iu favor of llighl'iiul. Know ille. and Alfred Gruhbs, of i'. K. rule T W. Jones, Mi.--, Xaecie The 'necting at Fairview, con- of The theatrical season of the Slim Wiire, Miss pe.ui Collier. Mis- - Mar-gat- ducted by Kev. J. B. Jones and Km. Lexington, weic called home bv the death of their jincle, Air. W. K. ford Opera House opens Saturday llockii. T W. PelillUuloll, A. (!. t'okcr is progressing uieelv. night September 0th with "Daniel Gruhbs. Prof L'c bii.sMii. Mr. Charley Lewi- - and Miss F.vu Air. and Airs. John F. liouton Boone on the Trail." This is a thrillThese delegates are uppniiilul to Carrier wcie married ut Somerset spint Sunday with Air. and Airs. ing romance of pioneer days one of etteiid the state convention in Louis hist week. those thrilling soul stirring dramas James Powell, in Hustonville. lille October 10 to 22. Mr. and Mrs. Onirics Attcrsol, of that appeals to every man woman Mrs. Coiisada lCppersou is on the Mrs J. J. Dickey. Sec -- Tteus Winchester, and Air. and Airs. Wood nnd child .who huve ivitliiu them sick list. Mrs. Ed. Lee Tcir.v, of. Neal's of Lexiugtgou, ure guests of Air. one spark of patriotism. Alnunger PUBLIC SALE! Creek, spent Thursday with Mrs. mid Airs. W. A. Reynolds. They vis Harris bus mounted this historical ited the Pertyville battlefield ou Sun production with scenery painted James Keed. Of land mid livestock. I will sell from photographs taken aloug the day. . Mr. P. I). Green, h.iri sold his ston ut public auction to the highest and Kentucky riier where Whilo out riding with a young lady bean ti fill to his father, J. M. Green. The Sunday afternoon. Air, Jesse Aliuor Boone's iuteiostiio campaign against best bidder u new five room house, fonner left Tuesday for Lyons Sta- run over good hall, pantry and three porches, a copperhead snake. Tho the Shawnees toak place. A numcistern, at door laigo barn and oilier tion, Ky. impact between tho snake nnd tho ber of real Sioux Indians, loaned outbuildings, two acre pond on place Mrs. Will Long and bright little wheels of the buggy threw thu for-k.- by I'liele Sum ,from one of his resand Di.v iier an west boundary of ton, Charles spent Thursday with into tho Vehicle and ulso into ervations nre used in the exciting Mrs. Marshall llutchcson. lariii. the lady's lap! With great pres- scenes of the play. A pack of SiWill also offer 02 acres of Miss Ora Hutchesou will leave ence of mind, Air. Aliuor held the berian wolves, a deu of ferocious laud ou Drake's Creel;, known lis Sunday for Cincinnati. lady in the buggy and the sumo lime bears and BooneV fnuioits trailing 'patt of (he George Kvaus larui. Mr. ani.Mrs. Dchimr Adams and killed the snake. dogs nre also worked in tho different Will also sell thu following livestock, little sun, nf Damille, are u'sitiug Miss Abnn Cosby delightfully en- r.ecnes und helps to give :t tho reel combined horse, her parents Mr.-D- . It. Adams. tertained ou Friday evening, in honor iitmosplieic of pioneer davs wheu blood mure in foal to jack, (5 yearMiss Martha Meieis, of Louisville, of Aliss Sadie, Cuthn, of Crab Orch- our enilier settlers had to fight them ling mules, 2 suckling colts, 2 com- is ejected homo this week. ard. Those present were Alisscs Sa. by night and the howling savages ing woik nue.s, coining Miss Mne Hollars litis retained to die (.atliu, busio Koberts, tuivo by dav. mules, 4 coming Louisville after u is.it to parents Grubbs, Bertha West, Sadie, Almo The burning of Boone's cabin, the mules, 'J heavy draft won; hor- here. mid Anna Cosby, and Alessrs. Chns. throwing of Elizabeth into the deu ses, coming 125 ouos, Mrs. Pedro Green was shopping Al (Iiubbs, of Kuo.wille, Clarence of hours nnd Boone's heroic fight 2 bucks, 20 yearling steers, 2 cow 'I acker, Arthur. Johnson and Waliu your city Saturday. lor life with hungry wolves, the surwith cilvcs nud 2 heifers. Sum Waters of ler Hied, of Paikniille, Koht. Gal- render of Cornwallis nnd WashingMr. and Mrs known ou duy of I oiiis.'ille me visitit.g nt Mr. Sher- on nth, Frank mudo Tortus Powell and Kohort ton's message to Boone are among Luigle. Many iutciostiug games the many scenes of thi famous , sale. PHIL Ik THOMPSON, man Warfiehl. were played aud-yl- l Preachersville, Ky. repot t an enjoy-rlil- e I'.rnnm. time. A Bargain Col. J. P. Chandler, iict. The Indian dressed iu their nafiG'i new farm; two .1 story frame residence: tive war regulia and the wolves (Liquid) verandas, good burn mid all otlu'. Foley's Honey and Tar Compound. in their cages of enpliiily are seen Foley's Kidney Remedy Is u grout medicine of provctr Iiecessun niitlmild'm.M: well v mur Still retains its high place as the on the streets the day of this ut- Millie for both acute und chronic ed and fenced on eood pike, light he- -t household remedy for till coughs t .ad ion. kidney mid bladder ailments. It is uk school close to i lupvli mid 111 and colds, cither for children or I Bounding Klk the great Sioux war serious iior is with the company mid ijlilef Prevent especially recommended to elderly splendid coinmuiiitv. goal orchard grown persons. ni'ir'jct. Will seH results from a cold. Tuke only the of tho tribe of reds carried. Bound-genuipeoplo for its wouileifiit tonic and close to good Foley's Money and Tur Com ing Elk in his native tongua snyst reconstructive qualities, und the per cheap for further vurticulunt write pound, and refuse substitutes, Shu- - 'I saw Cluster fall nud ho laughed uimient relieC and comfort it gives oi see L. It. Hughes or W. L. gurs and Tanner. as he fell." them. Shugnns mid Tanner, StuiiforJ, Ky. Bar-nottc. ...,,,.,,..,,.. ...,,,, m ....... hio Ilua-louvil- le '! -- lt le i rg ' be-w- as 1 , s, ed ' A. I ht J VI ..;... vl 1 5 z. fc-tii- nl -- ge-ti- et ct 1 -2 r 1 three-year-o- ld 1 1 ne Me-Car- y, ""sren '.. ify-- r f FRIDAY. SEPTEMBER 8. I9H, THE INTERIOR JOURNAL. STANFORD, -- KENTUCKY. Tiie h 1 Interior Journal. Established 1872 HELTON M. 8AUFLEY,...Publiiher A YEAR STRICTLY IN ADVANCE Kate red at the postotfice at as second clati mail. For Governor Jarnoa D. McCrcary. Kor I.leiiL governor E. J. MrDc-mct-t For Treasurer Thos. S. Ilhea. For Secretary of State O. F. Crcoe- mis. BAKING POWDER Absolutely Pure The only Baking Powder made from Royal Crape Cream ofTartar NO ALUM, N LIME PHOSPHATE ROYAL Wanted. Good Housekeeping mag-r.in- c requires the service of n representative in Stanford to look after subscription renewals and to extend rurulntioii by special methods which liuu' 'proved unusually successful. 1'rcvinus Salary and commission. experience desirable, but not assen-tin- l. Whole time or spare time. Address, with reference. J. F. Fairbanks, Good Housekeeping Magazine, .181 Fourth Ave., New York City. OII-'- J. The Dry Fall Outing To Mammoth Cave, I- I- For Attorney General James OarnctL For Auditor II. M. Boswnrth yy SHORT LOCALS. the sivo wanderings n Augustus State Superintendent ot Schools t first nnd tlmnk God the Inst. Uarksdalo HamletL US-- 1 p. W. L. Dishon. For Commissioner Agriculture J. W. Books for your state nnd county Kowmnn. Judge O'Kcnr's race for governor ALL EXPENSES At HOTEL ONLY $5.50. This Includes vour board and admission to the icv- For Sale My bono on Cist kIiiui For Clerk Court of Appeals K. I. if bound to stand or fall on the per- Maxes are now ready. Please call Greene.' and settle. W. L. McCarty, sheriff. street. II. C. Il.iiigliiiiiin. eral routes in the Cave. One evening for a promenade or dance. OStf of the present republican W. F. formances Kor Railroad Commissioner A GRAND TWO DAYS' OUTING. Write or Phone L. & N., Ticket Ancnt. state administration which is Klalr. Phone No. 168 for (ire Insurance indorsed in tin republi For Circuit Judge Charles A. liar The Lincoln County Medical Socan plnform. Heres just one in- on your tobacco in barn. R. M. New-lan- d ciety will meet in Dr. Peyton's ofdin. Anent. W. II. Shmiks. stance of how WiiUnn nnd hU cuiwd fice Tuesday Sept. 12 1011 at 10:30 Fo' lieprcentntivc Look at ojt cutaway dtso harrow have taken care of the people's inDr. O'llnunoii next Monday, lightest atrougost Mid Program: o clock. Lost, between Crab Orchard and essayist. terests: Dr. Hammond?, counselSHANKS FOR SPEAKER While n republican franchise Stanford, ring with several keys, lor for this district will be present most durable disc harrow on tho and you will be board reduced assessments of banks one of which is number 40 to safetj All members me urged to be prcs- - market. Try ono Higgms. satisfied. W. H. nnd corporations a lcpnblicnn board deposit box. l'lensu leave at Lin.M. Phillips Scc'y. M. nt. Lincoln County, one of tho three .into which county Kentucky, stnte of equalization' on tho other side of coln National Bank. KNOXVILLE, TENNESSEE LOOK FOR IT. tt"iV Lost. Plain gold ring with inscrip of Virginia,, was divided in 1790,und the hall was raising tho assessment on form hinds everywhere from 5 one of the nine constituent counties We wish to serve notice upon the lion, "from Walter to Lulu." Many a Stanford Reader Will 1 The peof for return to this office. of the stnte of Kentucky, at the per cent, to i!0 per cent. T. ple voluutnrilv rnisid their own as Lnncastei Keeord that Mr. John time of its ndnnssioii to tho union blue nnd red Interested. 'd,000,000 00, but Go. Wanks who took the is a Lincoln of states in 170L though it litis fig- sessments Havu your lubber tiroing done at tie on wnter melons in tho history of Willson's board increased the assess' ured prominently melons a Lin- Ponce - - i il- Pros. IL ?lo und $10, best ifdl ,000,000 coutitv man and his When people read about the cures tho Stnte from the beginning, yet n ment on farm InmW pioduct. Wliv were the people thus taken coln county 0711 made bv a medicine endorid from tires. representative of Lincoln county hns lnr away, it is surprising that thev i never been called to the speakership by th" throat nnd fleeced of their mil I The banks and post office closed .V hnrd earnings wrung from the soil? wonder 'f the statement? are true? of the House of Hcpreseutatives. up n usual on Labor Da v. .Most County Clerk Geo. II. Cooper has lint when thev rend of cases right Here is the answer: In n little more The county will, this year return everyone cUe around here worked a appointed Mr. K. G. Gilliland of here .it home, positive proof is with as its Legislator, lion. W. II. Shanks. than lliree years Gov. Willson spent little harder, than usual. Wnjnosbiirg, deputy county c'.erk for m their rcneh, for close Investigation $'J77,15S.S7 for tin nrtie militia that n kinsman of David Shank, who Mi. Gilliland is iepreented the county in 18.TJ and nmatetir soldiers might, in answer to W. S. Fish presents only fa nest that section. write mortgages deeds, is nn easy matter. Read Si an foul to endorsement of Doan's Kiiluev Pills, 3840, a nephew of Thos. II. Shanks his ridiculous innuifesto, roam the and strongest insurance companies. prepaie pension papers nnd other Dawson who represented tho county in 1875 state and. in idleness, cat the money Harnett. Rowland St.. n,m keeP yu protested. 34 If legal work and do notarial work. It was absolute- Let Ky says: "Some tune nnd 1877, and who himself most of the Sec him if jou need anything in that Stanford, ly necessary for this sum, in excess worthily represented us in the Inst (Igo I hud a severe fall and this, toCl-l- p. line of ono quarter of a million dollars An optimistic hobo, who was some gether with the jarring to which I General Assembly. Main Building Containing 0,000 Squart Faet of Eihlblt Spaco. my work, brought on Mr. Shanks who is a large land to be secured either by nn increase thing of n philosopher, wrote during buying a urn subject in If you nrc considering kidney trouble. For several dilys I owner, and who is primarily interest in the tax rate, or by an increase in the recent drouth, on a freight car, A Most Magnificent and ftovel Exploitation of any kind see or silo cd in agriculture, has had that train the assessment,, nnd preferring this in which he had slept on the siding cutterDawes orfiller of 40 und he will could hardly get about on account phone C. L. Resources of the Entire Appalachian Region Hemp, the following good adthe puins in my back. I also noin and experience which eminently cowardly subterfuge Gov. Willson's at with the best cutter pro-- I of ticed that the passages of kidney s qualify him for the speakership of board of Equalization raised the ta vice: "Don't worry, nothing was call on you the market. Mw!?fv00SJfJi';r,',8. V,.r,let,c.'" Vlr"na " varl.ty. Innumtrabl. high clatt G9-lournamtnv. Panoramic praatntatlon of tht ever so bad but what it could bo nsition on crctioiis were very irregular, especial of the House, to which position he able values of farm lands " '" Mountain," In p..rl... pyrothnlca. hUtrie worse." 1 Iy nt night. aspires. In early life he received decided to cure this i?'000 '" """MV"1. ,eS " 'totk' ho't.tultural and There will be nn ice cream sup- trouble before it become chronic nnd that systematic training of the mer,pi57,?K:r;.r:'crrnb;,rrM:rV;(:.r",B-Lost. 3'J caliber automatic Colts per and entertainment nt the Hub- as I knew that Donn's KiJucv Pills Judge O'Rcar has forgotten to tell chant which qualifies him for a pro' umb4r -- d " h.,Trr..m;.ViTnpi,i,.b?:s!t per appreciation of the needs of the the voters just how he is going to volver between Carter's store nnd ble Christian church on Friday, Sept were good for such complaints, I Pnaldant Taft. Spaaktr Chaai Clar. Oo. "DryTn WiltanrnjnJ JttZr proeuied a box ut Shugars and TanHarmon, Gov. Bn W Hoopr, Col. commercial interests of the state. jam through the Legislature nil the Highland. Five dollars reward to 3th. All arc invited. n of national and Int.rn.tlon.l fam" wTll Jb. guV.t. and d measures that finder who will return to Buford . and ner's drug store. Befoic I had fin He has the benefit of a regular col- various legiate education, and his power for are forming in his brain, when nine- Meredith, Ottenheim, or write to ished the contents, I was entirely There will be pleaching service nt cuicd and I have had no kidney Meredith, liouto 1 Wnynesbarg. Remember tht Dates. senators, just influence has been broadened l a teen of the hold-ovthe Baptist church Sunday morning (rouble since." the Senate membership are September 11 to October 1 thorough training in the law and nt one-haand 7:30 P. M., Mr. W. W. Pitmnn, who lives on and evening 1:15 the bar, where he gave promise of democrats, nnd with the probability For sale by all dealers. Price 50 Ramamkor tti Rallrwaal Rafts, Sunday School at 9:30 A. M., unusual prominence, and developed that the democratic maionty in both Route No. 3 had his fine bull dog Co., Buffalo, cents Foster-Milbu- rn Th iHt Ever SWmi Any will be ovjr ouo hundred. shot nud killed by some one last a convincing and effective style of houses New York, sole agents for the Tinted Exposition A gold watch fob wus left on tho They hae the votes in the Legisla Sunday night in his yard, lie will orntory. States. The coming session of the legisla- tive to curry out the wishes of the offer a reward as he valued his fine dining loom tablo at the Huptist Retni'inbVr the name Doan's people, expressed at the polls, und dog very highly. in Stanford Wednesday. Association ture is to deal with some of the most and take no other. hey huve cundMu'es who will GOOD MEETING AT JUMBO Owner can have same by applying ituriortant questions that have come For Sale. power gaso- nt this office and paying for this ml. their platform pledges to lhc Foundation Important. before the law making body of tho C. W. Lovi-1writes the I. J, that line tvery triumph of Ufa leada back by state in the last quarter of a century letter. If by any catastrophe O'Rear and engine; used less than a year the camp meeting at Juttilm is movfor sale only because too light, various P.U., t0 and there will be no man in that happened to be elected Governor, he rr.pilTtt, Tho Interior Journal and tho Week. ing along fine and bids fair to be governors lor work required; a bargain. Apbody better fitted to guide its de- would havo to sit in the Iy Cincinnati Hnqulrer one year for the best meeting ever held thcrr 71-- tf years, und do nothing ply nt this office. office for four 11.30. The weekly Enquirer Is n spun liberations than W. II. Shanks. With McCrcary of Madison in the but suck his thumb and appoint nodid farm and family paper. a. For Sale. First class Indies' bug governor's chair, with McDcrmott, taries public. gy horse; guaranteed for Indies. mil AKM your home as modern for your family as a of Jefferson, to preside over the J. M. Cartci, Sr., while building 71-John Cook. ir. Senate, and Shanks, of Lincoln. GREAT CAMPAIGN OFFER. Jrou.ne,f,n fence had his bund so badly inured .7.'nCv r;ili?" to..B h latest market ouoUtioni ran ho Speaker, of the House, three of the " wvaiiBoi our Deputy Sheriff T. S. Reynolds, of that Dr. O'Dnnnon had to lance the which you and your neighbors can get for a sun, that is toiep tone original nine counties of Kentucky have been com- Waynesburg 12M Arrangements . AT small con.,,arl landed Roy Littrell nnd injured member. ( will give the state such leadership pleted whereby we ore enabled to the oencfiU receive.!. Call or address our nearest ollice Harrison McCoy, aged IS and L0 or write lirect to nnd such brand of democracy as offer the daily Courier-Journledtdquartcrs, Nashville, Tcnn., for information reganling until respectively, in jail here Saturday. We nre paying market prices for our Far- will not be excelled in the whole mere Lino rate. If you are not at present enjoying telephone The youths were guilty of throwing white oak and chestnut lumber by December 30, 1911 and THE INsisterhood of states. can immeiiaieiy interest you. Our lines cover the Slate. n sorvir. we one full year for rocks nt the Waynesburg Ii.iptist the wagon load at Crab Orchard or TERIOR JOURNAL BETSY'S POINTERS: Tennessee, Mississippi, nnlv S1.80. The regular price of church during services. The boys carload lots. Cash on grades. J. If. U'' CSri0De f In,lia'm "Molly and I agreo that counter- Illinois. Crab OrchJournal is 50 cents a were ineu aomre Singleton's court Collier, Lumber Co., The wanderings of Gov Augustus the Courier TEL. CO. 71-(iMOOHrXJHATKI feit money and substitute good offer, which gave them a .?1C fine, not ard L Willson prove embarussing to his month. This is a remarkable como from the amu parents. Tho fellow Kcpublicans of the state tick- and the sooner you send in your or- paying same the boys will serve their time. Shermnn Mav. also guilty. Rev. J. J. Dickey will preach at coin and the goods may very closely will get the Couret when they realize that his neg- der the longer you Mt. Xeuia next Sunday at 3:30 P. TCMcmulo the genuine but behind them lect of duty is daily making votes ier Journal. The political campaign caught n .like fine which he paid. M. You Is neither honor or nooesty. for the Democrats. The official re- is on, keep posted by rending the I. J Wedding presents in great cord shows that he has been absent All orders must be sent to tlie Interwill find no substitutes, only the Foley Kidney Pills. W. II. Mueller, Jeweler. C7tf from Frankfort 239 days in his Inst genuine of standard quality at CotTey Journal not to the Courier JourWill reach your individual case if & Coleman's. three years and a half. He is now ior on his way to Wequetonsing for nn nal. you have any form of kidney and Now Is the time for that ice Cream For Sale Second hand wagon; as bladder trouble of urinary irregu-Iaiitie- s. additional thirty day's vacation, and Freexer and Water Cooler. We hav Tha Ona Best Method. Try them. Shugars und them. it is safe to predict that before good as new. Fence Bros. G7tf Ten,,y,,n r I.oni.ft,iw. ,.ouI(1 There are Innumerable methods ot his term expires he will have spent Tanner. COFFEY A COLEMAN, take a worthless sheet of courting, but tha best method Is to be 300 days away from his post of duty p,ipPf, Prompt Delivery. write a poem on it and make it hone 1M. We havs a buyer for a farm et Every day that he is ubsent, the rich. Frank Richardson. Joe Hnzelett, of near Turnersville, worth f (15.000. about 100 acres well improved and enught a fine of $50 und the trimstate pays him f20 in uddition to That's Genius. on pike. If you have anything near mings in Judge Bailey's court for the $10 that the Lieutenant Gove;, this, list it with us. Hughes & Mcnor draws for acting as Governor shooting at 'Fred NickW Jof the Morgun (an write a few w'.irds Carty, Stanford. C2tf In other words, Governor Willson same section. Tom Hazelett, a broth on u sheet of paper and will draw from the Treasury 0. make of the above., who was churged with it worth $5,000. for services he never rendered TSr a mor o.urrt u. ism mtiiou ( Ik. rtuQti u previous offense, caught a similar That's Capital. Sua ail iar SeiaM aul Uvtil, miI UkUl ISv tiu and acting Governor Cox will draw fine which he paid. He had been abtw yean waa luppoatd to b lururabi. fur a trt aaay inn dortora praaowatS It a lacal dlataar iu sent from the county but came in $3,00 additionaLfor doing Willson's jraKnlMd loral rtBaSM. aad J rauuatir Ul.u. is the only ',!lr.wifo l'a" bl,.v a coat for Monday to the triul of his brother work. to rura wnktocit uaatawat. proaeuand It lucurath T10, but prefers nun (hut fetenca taa pnirM raUrrk la bo a asaatltuUoul da UtetL The reMOBM plain--i-t's This is the sort pf extravagnnco and was arrested. vae. aad laartlara arstdraa iiaawaoaatl Urataieat will cost $50. T 1. Ckaat) HaUa Caurrb Cura. iaaaaar.i1 und neglect that the Republican the best Insist upon Okaa. a tha aaiy Caaatilutlaaal rurt tbtCo. Talado. II a takas kHaraaJlf kr daaai tnm ot The following delegates were elect That's Natural. when it Yeu do not need a la II State Convention endorsed aulil. hmTW ,the Imp. to a taaaaooanu. II urn diraMir oa tba kload nnnounced its approval of Governor ad uurgua aarlacta ( Iba ajaliM. Tbty aSr aaa ed by thu local Odd Feljows to atworld's standard flesh and LARGE SUM Anyone can write a cheek for iualrl SaUan tar aar aaaa M SO la aura. Base tend the grand lodge which convenes Willson's administration. tor riraaro aad tiaiiaiaafcia strength builder. t50,000,000, but it wouldn't aadnaa' r. J. CHSKBT CO. TaUda. ttsjla. Judge O'llear says he stands in with which to epntt a in Louisville Oct., 2: W. L. McCnr-tSold kr Draasaaa. rw. be worth a dime. ALLDSUOCISTS every ,plan,k of that platform, nnd T. W. Pennington, J. I). Wearen, am aaaasaadaaa. Taka UaMa fmmr TUt bank account with the That's Rough. necessarily he endorses the expen- nnd E. C. Gnrman, For Sale. Good second hand Some millers mnv tell you Hays Foster resigned this week as uugon and hsraetw. Pence Bros., thev cun make better Hour than of the State Bank assNtuut cushisr 'iti-tours. eV Trust Compnnv. Ho has several That's Gall. nice offers under consideration. Tba treat success of Dr. Pierce's Golden Mediesl DisFor Sale My homo on lower covery la curing weak stomachs, wasted bddies, weak Our Xo. 1 Fancy Patent Flour Main street. Possession at once. A Great Advantaqe te Worklnq Men. luas, aad obstinate aad linjcrinj coughs, is baaed oo ns god ns can be made, he recoSaltioa of the fundamental truth that "Golden J. A. Maple, 125 S. 7th St.. You can start with $1 Mrs. L. U. Cook. C7tf Medical Discovery" supplies Nature with nnd is sold as low s such O., says: "For fivo yearn I muscle-nukiofmaterials, in or more, deposit as finality can bo offered. suffered from weak kidneVK nnd a aad ceaccatratad iorui. With tlria help Nature ten as you wish, and THAT'S THE TRUTH. severe bladder ttouble. I learned A Bargain. supplies the aacaassry streotth to the stomach to difest 12 Jl. I. Foos GasoJood, build ot the body and thereby throw off linferinf taamnrTsejfnnnns in any amount. Call line engine; replaced by Elect rio Mo of Foley's Kidney xPills and their On sale with every the obstinate ooafht. The "Discovery" tor. P. O. Box 353, Danville, Kv wonderful cures so 1 began taking groceryinaii in to see us. Stanford. tStestive and nutritlre oriana in scuud health, purifies C9-them and sure enough I had us good in and eariebee the blood, and nouriihcs the nerves results ns any I heard about. My abort establishes sound vigorous bealtn. Capital $100,000 J. H. BAUGHMAN & CO. For tho Kentucky State Fair the bncknthe left me and to one of my roar efeai business expressman, that alono is n . it H probmbly otrera aonefAfnd "aaf aa fod," Surplus $100,000 Southern railway havo named ruto M bttter FOR HIM It para Serrer. great advantage. My kidneys act- Mm yen rc tlmmaa ot tac euro not tha prottt, to of ono fare plus 25a fa rtho round td freo and normal, and that saved e Corner Next to tmara'a mtmjm lutt ma goad" tor you. Say ao. trip. Tickets on sale September 0, mo a lot of misery. It is now a Pierea's Camsaen Saasa Medical Adviser, In Plela Bngllih; or, MeeV to 10, inclusive, with final limit Sep- pleasure to work where it used to be Dr. Stanford, Ky. laiaa Siasalifiad, 161M pages, over 70S Ulaetrations, newly revised tember 20th. Seo local agent for a misery. kidney Tills havo Edttiaa, Baaar.bound, seat for 21 one-cestasias, to cover sost oi ssaMiag full information, J. C. Beam, Jr., cured mo nnd have my highest praise 31 stamps. Addreas Br. K. V. Pierce, BuOsla, N. Y. aaaV. A. Q. P. A. St. Louis Mo. Shugars and Tanner. For Sale. I will sell at public outcry in front of the court housn door in Stanford on Monday Sept county court day, nt 1 o'clock 1'. M. 10 shares of stock in the Hank of Morelnnd. 11. W. McGuffey, Adm'r 1 1 $435 For the Home Circle and Private Parties. Round Trip from Stanford and all Way Stations Regular train 4:40 A. R, R r lic-vwi- td m i APPALACHIAN EXPOSITION 71-t- September 11 to October -- jrjBK'P97r'Xitfk. s. .' 3. """ "B, s "" - "' half-bake- Bu-fo- rd J.,. er lf t ic-dc- ,ar,r F$vL TELEPHONES. "-"T- """' tf ;" fr6 ... t al fA S, Hml" k-- TwipVVwfe -!. mmmmamBmmmBmmiaaMBBBmmBmMmmmmmB One Dollar To Start X Scott'ail' v, Aids Nature tiaaue-reoairia- i', Lincoln County f. National Bank 1 Steu-benvill- c, f, 4. IV Court-Hous- l' I CUah-heun- w .1. 1 ipii H II 114 sffH f. N THE INTERIOR JOURNAL, STANFORD, KENTUCKY. FRIDAY. SEPTEMBER 8. 1911. Stm , Tli; mother don not live who woulJ not fo kit In her power to Vrep her child healthy, but often (lie loe not know liow. Ho when a doctor of Mantling point the way nil ran alTonl to llflrn. It U nn accepted fact that nine out of trn of the troubles or Infanta and chilYou nolle It by tho dren la InteMlnal J. McDermott, Hon. Edward For Lieutenant Governor,8 Democratic Candidate ' Will Address the Voters of Lincoln County at the Court-Hou- se in AT 1:30 P. M. Mr. McDermott is one of the most brilliant speakers in Kentucky. LANCASTER. Miss I.Wlio Mm MuKoliort the Kmliniulery Cluli in honor of Alin ll.'Ny Wait of Hopkin 'illf. A ilninlv luiicliuuii wiw fiitcr-laiiic- il HEAR HIM. I B ' EB.Ms Success One Way of Saving a Baby Free to Try Mich., Jtra. Kre.1 Cronn of Alanaon. never Klva their children anything else. Thean nm only a few among thouianda nf wumon. You run buy a fifty rent or ono dollar liottls tif ntiv n.artiv ilrtiriFlat- - ffir tli.v It Rtneratlon. but If hao all aoM tentforIt aon your want lo child Ural end your addreaa to Dr. Oaldwell and ha fact that the chlld-- lt conittlpMn, It will cheerfully aend you a free aample belchea, la (orvlnh nnd cries. Iun't Rlvn remedy that ronlalna an l.ito, lirrauxo Iwttle. Cnldwell feel the Dr. the child will ret In the habit of nrmllrut purchnaii of hla doea not enda that obll- remedy hi It. and don't brcomo alarmed nnd run at Kittlon. Ho liua aiieclullied In ntomnch, A New York woman haa an that coat 126.000 Something for a rainy day, wo presume. Lookr, That Way. anklet put by BIBLE SCHOOL CONVENTION To-D- A man or woman In aaah locality. To Join the Supreme Council of thla aoelaty and Introduce our Benefit Certificates Muat amenr frlenda and acquaintances be between 16 and 60 yeara ot age. OIt all or only epare time. W pay caah bene-flt- a WA I .J V" WtvL BBF I III I I J B BT HEW PEORIA- -A or.re tor a doctor. Try ft elri tide laxatlrn lint. Dive a mail Jo of Or, Caldwrll'a Hyrup lrpln. the rem.dy that la Intended for tho u of children. It la mild, dentin ami The remedy la nlxolutely pura and la guaranteed In every particular. Mr i. Tourney of Umlncavllle, 1'a., and g. yenra anl will h. pleased to Klvo the aubject freo on render nny All nm atnttrm I rt tvrlln tt fihattra ndvlco ar the him. Whether for the medical advice or the freo aainplo nddre lilm Dr. II Caldwell. 401 Caldwell bulldlnff, Muntlcello. 11 itvrr n.i.1 l,n.l ,ll..fiP fur nvrr fnrlv mn W. A. TRIBBLE t a V V- Hfidfte ,4" 4T" I. c i ' "FURNITURE CAR- PETS. MATTINGS. WJGJOIL Lineoletims. CLOTH, WALL PAPER. PICTURES WINDOW SHADES. LACE CURTAINS. COMFORTS, BLAN To Be Held Al Crab Orchard The Proqram limit the little .".veiuitlil son of Mi. nnd Mr. Simiuttl A.lnnw neiif Tbe pinvriuiu for the l.iiieoliicoiiu of iiiiliiiKMil iluil iif'.cr nn illnw Ijrinicliinl triniblc. Tim runmiiia writ IV liilile chool convention which will for illtCC-o- u be held at Crab, Orclmnl r'ndnv, hiotlulit lo Supt. S, is as follows: inert. UiW A. .M., Praise utnl I'rajer i Fnsliii! eiitorlnuwl service- - Crab Orchard S"boo!. nt il n clnliorilte course illMIHTf 111 I,.,,,,.,. f m ,r .rriiniltnntlll'r Mm Ann 10:0- 0- "How does the front rank?" ...irjr.nia Open conference in tlnir;e of State Wnlktr of llllt ilivc t oil, Miko Owhlev Conn formerly ot worker. I tl : 1.1 lliirt (MlllitV win llllileil ill llllirfinil! Actit ilicrt and oppoituni-lie- t: lr..iirnl Skiiun of I cill"-f ur bible school, I'Jvervbody. '" ''Tl Our State aims for 101 1 Ion. hi croom is the soroilil moii of 11:1.1 Mr. 111..I Mrs W. II. Conn, of Wil- - State Worker. ll:J.1-(- a) Knit call. mom mill is ciiKupi'd in i"" Rrm''-- J (b) Announcement of Mi vino I)ickpioii, of Il'iH.- eje cHcltnitul her J'Jth birthdu.v hy 1.:00 -- Noon. at u jmrly at her f'iit- - 1:1ft I. M. Win ken. Confeieu"e. lirinx ne ii. mil rv home to a linmiw jl lH.i lltismoss session. rML.ii.lL iitll In ) Sccri'tiir's rep"rt ...v.w Imlll,' ,utill; ilivinin. llitifii Thisri iiiipal.ir Lackey. Mih- - Oplieba mil of town irueMd. 'f (Ii) Kepoit of Committees. MaiiiK ImVv whs the reeipient ' I r..l ..- j (c) Offermj; limuv iin'uu iii'v'iii.i K,'iy ( Ii who was (I) Announcements. jewel'.5:1.1 with J. I". I'righie here in the Hooks our workeit, oimbt to ry I'nisine.-- , was united in inurrin'o read. C. K. Tate. .Mi" Kuby in llarriinnii, Teiin.. l :.10 Kf iipmeiit our Bible school ltilihals. Thev left at onee loi it iieil. I). D. Ilonohoo. hriday tour to l.ouUville and oilier The program or n.akiiit,- - tho eitie- -. most of the time Wyatt MontgomThe Mnrv Walker I'riee '!m;iter ery. .(00 Story of International Sua-d'i- y of the l'. I). C, will meet the -- elnml .Monday September 11, at the home convention Miss Pauof .MeiMlmnes Mattie J, and Fred line. Ilockcr. class ,1'1,'r the IK'W adult The I.aneiister (iiaded selu.ol open nctiities iiud opportunities W. S. id Monday under very aapi l Willis. under the new pnin-i-p:i.".::i- 0- Missionary DepartmentHow J. I Hiley. The l'oll.iwiuj: tines to lme it. I). M. Walker. the eon- of teachers, 1st President II. h. Ilerry. Secrelatv Miss Ophelia Lackey trade Mi-- s llnedier, 'M crude. M'-- s for tlrkneaa, lnurlea, acctdenta and Experience not neceaaary. Can rieatha. make" from VA 00 to $126.00 a month and up. A pleaaant and highly profitable profea-alolivery member icsured meana a certain aaiured Income for you every month thereafter. Why not get Into bual neia for youraetf NOW? No capital need, ed. Bend for particulars. n. BOX LA-29- 3, COVINGTON, KY. .lr. In 1 ..'.. 11 - REPAIRS MADE ON dt - We sord 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. -- Motor Cars AND ALL KINDS OF W. H. Higgins. Stanford, Ky. Machinery SPECIAL TOOLS TO ORDER GOOD SERVICE AT FAIR PRICES BEST EQUIPPED MACHINE SHOP IN THE DLUL GRASS. x. 1 hoti. DANVILLE MOTOR ft ELECTRIC CO. DANVILE, KY, 123 N. SHOES We have just received our . Fourth St. PROFESSIONAL AND n L:-l.- BUSINESS CARDS FALL LINE ' B. D. CARTER LIVERY AND FEED STABLE STANFORD, KY. HenrjL. Casey, D. V. S. - Veterinarian. Former Director Animal Industry Philippine Islands- United Stutes Army Orrico LOGAN'S STABLE, I'liono ii'i. Agent American Hog Cholera Scrum. DANVILLE. KY. MASONS' MEETING. Lincoln Lodge No. no. V. A A.M. III meet communication on rack flrtt and In stated third Mondny nlKbts cteach month, at T:.H0 o'clock In their ball on main trreet, Htan-forKy. MeinKri ot aKter lodge. are fraternally Invited to be (intent. T. W. Hec. KETS. TRUNKS ETC Stanford, Ky. r y illi and P.. .Mr- -. Dainobl. r.th H. ami Smith 8th A. and It. 7lh. A. 15. Mi WcM. Mi ForeM I) lN'-- e and Ml- - Willie II. Henry, of Himpsoiivillc were tinit-c- i i iiiarriiit ia ihe county clerk' office "h .Illde A. 1). Cord. Tho hiippv eouple wild on their way re l)eai, .'In! ratle, Mi-- s Ander-oi- i. It'i ' joicinir '.-V', 1 Iodine, Mies llirdie l.ove nnd Norn countv are of l" WE MAKE LOANS On approved security ents, Vicis, Gun Metal, Velvets, Cravenettes. Suedes, Etc. This is the famous May Mantell line which is noted for quality, style and snap in ladies footwear! We invite you to inspect and compare this line of goods before purchasing". O Ladies' Shoes in pat- " iViuiNUiviniN i o aXTTTTHrr-MT- C 5 j;tlets Ml A Ml.' Mr-.- . S. U. Af.iold. little miiik are in Nieiola-villiV !''" c l Jl.i-fM.- -i, ami Mr. '"'' s i t t OUR DUTY to our departed ones is plain. We should erect an appropriate MEMORIAL over their final resting place. A monument is not expensive unless you care to have it so. Our work is unsurpassed and considering quality, is very cheap. We have a large stock to select from. parent Mrs. and Mr--. IWtll Dinenii. Jnilno and Mr--. II. M. Mnbuy and of Talla little son, llnrton ha e I'la., were here lor a several dav's vi-- it with Mr. and Mr- -. T. .1. I'riee liefoie titkins an outin; to New York Mr. nnd Mrs. Theodore Winter smith. , me gnosis of Mr- tif l.oui-Ml- le Cook, Mrs. J. Vincent Arnold. irS Mid ehildicn, of n, -- whenever warrant it. conditions Prefer- ence, of course, being given to our regular MACCABEES. A. U. Sine, Deputy State Commander Stanofrd. Ky., 8TANFORD TENT NO. 7. Meets : 4Ui : Monday : Ntgbt -- HUGHES, MARTIN & CO, Dry Goods, Notions, Shoes Ky. Stanford, depositors W. W. BURGH DENTIST. Office at Residence CRAB ORCHARD- DR. " i Wm. Adams & Son. 142 N. Sroactyay. W. C. u Lexington, Ky. m - e i, .'. tr4 rlenu.- New visiting his p4irents Mr. and Mrs. .lolm Mrs. W. II Wherritt. rebtivPs. in Tana is ,Mi- -s roinmie Cole Covington, Mi-- s Im- - liven with l.ydia Elmore. her Mif. Katheriae Harris is Mr. .mil Mrs. .1. 0. lliiru-nl- e Wheintt. ot vi-it- tii T. W. PENNINGTON Dentist A.M. and 1 to 4:30 P.M Hours 8:30-1Myers House fists Stanford Kv office 2 Neighbor If You Have Not Worn One of Our - ASK YOUR -- -- State Bank Trust (o. Stanford, WILL ADAMS Livery; all kinds of hauling, Fur-- t rtlture packing. Stanford, Ky. Phone 173 I). Steenbergen. sells, builds, repairs and adjusts scales nt rock bottom prices. See htm for prices before you buy. Address Stanford, H ' lUvt P. U. No. 1. Guaranteed All Wool Suits And Take His Advice v.. IF YOU J. jriiiiilpaient- - and I.. W. Ilarri-- ,1 . mk'' and Mr- -. Special Excursion T- 0- Before You Reach the Limit endurance and while of ih..-it':t-l voiir eoieliiion is Mill curable take Folev Kidney I'ilN. Their iiukac-Mo- u results will delight and For backache, iieivouiie-- f. Vint. I'liiiiuii'iiiktn ii tul nil hiilncv. libuliler and uriuarv trouble. Shiigarn and runner mmii FEnni c. n. Oculist and Optician omen over H. J. .Mcltoberts' Store Stanford, Ky. DR. W. N. CRAIG, IAsheviUe,N.C, L LN. TIMETKBLB S. WD HAVE WORN ONE, WE In co'iiiectiia. o.iT.P. Willi Ry. "Laml of thf Sky," Sapphire SPOT. County." eiithern flaHway THE IDEAL VACATION Tuesday September 12 191 ell ineaU 1 ty S Digger Special train Leaves Lexington", o.oo i M., consisting of Pull and tnnn Drawing Konm Sleeping Caw, I'lillmaa Obserxatioii Car Korving Mtdern Day Ca.ichee, Klectrieally Lighted. Dining Can 1.0W ROUND-TRIP ana rjetter man jLver JNIKTJl AJNJNUAL. JOS. S. RICE, AKent. FRUIT AND SHADE TREES Everything for Orchard Lawn and Garden. Write for Free Catalogue. No. Agents H. F. HILLENMEYER & 80N8. No.T.10:a.m. No.,J:WH. it. No. il Mouth, 11:14 r. m. No. SI, outti, 10:1 A M. No. Jt, sorth.CW a. M. No.a, North. 5:10 p. M. KNOW IT HAS GIVEN YOU SATIS FACTION. FOR WE SOLD IT TO YOU UNDER A POSITIVE GUAR- ANTEE AND HAVE HAD PLAINTS. WHY NOT KNOW BUY NO COM- WHAT AND RUN 0i NO IS GOOD FARES. N. Kentucky State Fair ...LOUISVILLE-SEPTEMB- ER 11, 12, 13, 14, 13, 16, 19.11. RISK. DON'T BUY SOMETHING SOME W. S. Drye & Co. UNDERTAKERS-a.. ELSE. BECAUSE YOU. BUT HAVE YOUR OWN. OTHER OF nd Asheville, C, C, .. v.50 ,.$8.50 .,. Hustonvllle, EMBALMERS Ky. FELLOW. JUST WANTS TO SELL A Lexington to Henderson, N. C Waynesville, N. C, Lake Toxawwy, N. Telephone In Office HEAD $8.50 .$9.50 JOHN COOK until Sept. 27th Diverse Route going ilir Final Limit l' returiiing via Chattanooga t Lookout .Mountain), or vice ift and ained fare, wiha. MM in addition to above l Liberal St'op-- 0 vcr Privileges. For full information, booklet an il bleeping car reservations Mrito 11. iL C. IvlNO, 1. an.! T. A. 101 K. Main Street. Lesington, Ky. I'liono iv I'LL BE THERE ! THRILLING RACING N WILL YOU? - FREE ACTS DAILY - LIVE STOCK SHOW FINE HORSES - - GOOD MUSIC CLEAN MIDWAY - EDUCATION HEAD-OCOLLISION SATURDAY Veterinary 8urgeon and dentist. Specialist on aH horse and animal Stanford, Ky. Phone 194 disease. THE HOME OF HART SCHAFFN ER, & MAR ALL WOOL CLOTHING CONCRETING Wenrw lo position to do Ml kinds ot concreting, tuoh ttl Ulock Work, I'aTttm.Dti nil, In fact. w can uik nny thing from bcnieilowu lo Nice ioit. We cun r nrt-cl- i yuarnnte tod promptly and Call and ft our prlc work and matvrlnl. l)(or yoa bay your material at leat. T. BKCKLKU. Oen. 1'nns Agt IngnlU Ituildiag. Cincinnati, O. MOHK CLASSES ANI LARGKK l'HKMIUMS XUAN KVKB For information or catalogue write to Cummins & Wearen, do) VS PERKY M. SHY, Secretary, No. 320 Paul Jones DulldlnU S PHILLIPS BROS.. Ky. eunfonl, Stanford, Kentucky. Tstan fmt. TVS- -. 1T' THE INTERIOR JOURNAL. STANFORD. KENTUCKY. fRIDAY. SEPTEMBER . 1911. Fall is Here And We Have Everything to Keep You warm and dry fsiwa1 7 t iinr rintmnp 1 0 L. .?' rv & shoe stock is now com plete. Call and ask to see something in our new Fall Line Tho following wn f i ,r'r ngA SAM ROBINSON Stanford, Ky. SUMMER GUDD2 IN OUR HOUSE. TO GET READY MO OF SUMMER GO GOODS. WE WILL SACRIFICE EVERY PIECE FOR FALL TRADE FALL GOODS OF GOODS, AfiE COMING IN EVERY DAY AND WE WANT TO MAKE ROOM FOR THEM. COME IN AND LOOK THROUGH OUR STOCK WE CAN PLEASE YOU IN PRICE AND QUALITY. L. L ULU Crab Orchard, Kentucky. FIRST NATIONAL BANK, STANFORD, KENTUCKY STRONG PROGRESSIVE d ACCOMMODATING-An- d meeting is belli on nt Ohto hv Kev. jflndbe Wo will public nnrtlon In Hoy Mttrell, Mietiimn Mav mid Iront of tho aol nt court homo. In Stanford, lliirion .McCoy were each fined Ky. on the second Monday In Sentem- Alb;l5 for ilisturhitivr religions wor--l- her nt 2 o'clock V, M., tho f.irm known I nt court which was held nt four nni! a Imir mllea from Stnnrordt en the Iliulonvllle pike. King's .Mountain Saturday. i uin inriii roninini one minureti nnu .Mr. .1. II. II.IkIi wiia ill,, flin.il ,ly rl2M) for using nbusixe lumping , ",,p ncr". ""e nunrt redo r wi Ich is In Mn, "f cultivation Over ono to a willow woman nt Wnvii.wlmiv thousand dollar worth of locust post v.1. ui.e .utminn nus s.wii.ifnlI ,, ..insu-from ,, .,CCi , ft ,ol turns of Uphold finer, of Mtilnut lumlier. Mi"s Lola (looeh of Indinunpo'w, A "r'endld Rtock pond ted by n nev1ml., is speiidiug a few weeks with er fnllng spring. Aliout ilxty ncre of tutu farm la ea- ii'lnme here Mrs. Martha Kcj nobis of Pine P'clnlly adapted to th0 raising of hemp Hlulf, Ark., is 'with relatives he land tobacco, New, fho room house, Just com this week. pletcd. Ono mile from church nnd Mi'tsr.. Clinton und Illufoid school. Ono largo tobacco barn, built Colnmliiii, K., eijet.ihlest nnl mel-culeft Sunday for lown lo vi-- it last fall, nlso good Btock burn. Ten Olmrle-- t Selioltz. Louisville, ncreg of young orchard. Jtxcpli F. Walton, l.e.xitmtnn the luttcr's sister Mrs. Neiitn Wheel This lH n pplemlld home nnd must don. .Mr. Wnllacc Reynolds has just re he seen to lc npprcclntcd. If no talc FINE MILL FOR SALE! Is mailo this fnnn will ty rentel on turned from u isit to his InM girl Iho on mo date, to tho lilghest bidder us King's Mountain. for tv year of 1312. A. D. HOOT. Don't nuns tins opportunity for an Mr. P. II. Nvliui is in Imuvillc imestment! Desiring to give my this week to sep his iittlc grandtime to my farm, nt I luul son .Master Kd. Cnmdeii, who is erv PUBLIC SALE lo take It back, I will well to the sick. Mrs. Nellie Patrick mid little Inchest b'dder on the premises daughter (Itncwi of Kay City Mich., Of registered ami high grade stock nt 1 :H0 P. M., on are with friends ami relatives here. at Carpenter's Stock Farm, former Tuesday, September 12, 1911 Mr. and .Mrs. William Jackson, of ly owned by Tims. C. lumber, who The following real estate: Devon West Va lire Aiiting Mrs. Flour mill of 75 barrel capacity. Jackson's tnther. Mr. E. II. Caldwell wns tho founder mid director in the tliimill 'in four Mantis of rolls ig Mrs. John McKuiucy is improving Lincoln County National Bank, of run liy stenin poer anil nin'.;e as slowlv from ii severe altuck of ty- Stnnford, Ky. T!iU sale will take place on r.ood flour anil in nil as run be mini' phoid fecr. Ii - local")) on tli Q. & ('. railroad Mrs. Pearl Morgan entertained a Thursday, Sept. 21, 1911 at MeKinney, Ky., 15 miles south of few friends with u water nielmi nt l):.lt) A. M., 1 2 miles from Crab Danville ami .'10 miles north of Som- feast Sunday evening. Some" of erset, w'lh n spur running to the those present were: Mrs. T. C. Mor Orchard, Ky., on the Cluippell's Gap J mil! from the main hue. Without 'nn. .Air. nnd Mrs. W. H. Singleton, pike. The following live stock will contradiction I bay we have Mises Eva uul Elsie Singleton, Al- be disposed of: fear of 1 chestnut sorrel Gold the host market for leed in the stutc bert C.tlitwcll, Mr. R. V. Kalian! nnd li rockawny nml coach and the best located roller mill. II. II. Mii'.'ldmi. The null is five stories high and horse, not afraid of trains or autoMr. Hnl In id, the cross, pc mini, re has just leeently been equipped with port that the lie business is wry mobiles, drixes well: Gal the mot modern machinery from lop slow now. but he has spent ocr lon bay gelding, broken to drive, out to bottom. We have nil nbumlaut .f."0.0(iO for ties in the p.ist two of Clay mare; 1 Gallon supply of never foiling water. It has J earn. hu geiding, extra nice horses, both a large scale for weighing wagon Mr. Mason Caldwell left Sunday 1 nml team, coal sheds, a good bain for (inihtli. Ky., where lie bus u ufthcse and subject lo register; Chester Jewel bay horse, nml hns adjoining it a piece of buildjob in the telegraph office. ? Denmark brood nml ing land with a fine eislorn, a well Mr. Jones Sprailliu has gone lo work mare; 1 Shetland I will nnd a concrete cellar on it. Kcbruskii to take a position in u 1 4 yenr-ol- d divide the land and sell it separatejinny by Blue Eyes; CoMiinerciill College there us n leach ly or will sell thcitwo as n whole. pony by Dock Gray with horse colt of Commercial Branches. This sale will take place the day er by her side by Keid's bay stallion; following the sale of tho beautiful 1 Dignity Dare suckling iilly nut of "W0LF0RD WAY." lf() acres farm olwA. D. Hoot. CIny inure; 1 jack, ExWe lime six daily trains and anyFrom Stanford to Glasqow Suqqest-c- d celsior, hj Tevis' EmjxTor; his colts to nee this prnerty can one By Columbia News. bine sold for l!."i to fl2." and DO pet off any of these trains nt per cent of his colts nre inures; I and ffml us without trouble. (Aihiir County News.) yearling jack by Harris' Billy Teuns made known on day nf sale It has been suggested that the Keene; I good jennets, II good work J. S. MURPHY. McKlnney Kv. News present the proposition of build mules, I pair yerling mules, 3 suckT. D. English Auct. road from Lincoln ling mules; 3 Jersey heifers with ing n first-clas- s or Iloyle coiiutyy to Barren county calves, 1 2- -, ear-ol- d high grade heifi.'onneetiii!; the Blue grass' mid Pen- er, 1 yearling heifer; 2- -, ear-ol- d JUMBO CAMP MEETING! jwlpw pclrrled lo prosido nt llio clnlp fnir no.t week: Ilniry entile, (' T. flrnves, Mnltlnnd, Mo. hJiccp l'riiiik KltiiiliointZt t'nivcrsity f Wt- "onxip, MndWcn, K. fit'M need nnd jjrrin, I'rof. Oenrije Huberts Ky., lov' eoin elnln. Frnnlj JIpUp", erxiiillox, Ky., liorlleullitr-n- l department, J'rnf. ( M. Matthews Ii.iii(:t(ti. K., licet' cuttle, tdmrt M. Vim Nnttn. Fowlor, liul. horns. Hereford, I'ror. II. W. Muiifnril. III., Polled Durliuutx, Lewis Kerr, NYtvton Intl., Aberdeen-AligMnrvjn Payne's Depot, Ky., swine, flSP- - M. Kemp, Kennedy, III., :iml llfo '. .luck-o- n. Tippcennne Citv, O., MiiIoh, Frink I'. .!hhh", Ilnrodsbnrjj, Ky., jncks ami jennet, iJ. H. Colfcj l.es-melo- n, n. n, partial lit of WAYNESBURG. A FARM FOR SALE! inh-tir- It is a little early, just to .X - protruded ii AREMIOER we admit, r ct but ' 1 - diist-Nabot- 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 amd buy When you Get Ready. oooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooo r de-in- ng ev 1 H. J. McRoberts. I Seeking Your Bank Account. CAPITAL $50,000. Open an Account With us TO-DA- Y. SURPLUS $25,000 September 1, 1911 Run ning Ten Days. THREE MEETINGS DAILY. 10 a. m.. 2 p. m., 7 p. m. MINISTERS: RKV. J. E. WOOLWDGE, llussell Commencing KEV. H0BERT SnringH. MeUOWAN, Glas- gow,' Rev. II. C. Wilson, ' '- - ' yrmp-- - i I211!'TMHn Bb II DON'T BE TOO aENEROUS. t'ni-j- , etc, you Ret trout us. Rememtier t.iat all o'.r build lug mhterlals are mucn stronger than llio ordinary und you can thereiore use less than ordinary quantities. If you llko we'll tell jou Just hou to mtc thorn to get the best results at Ulo least cost. Come in and asl; us. viltt tbe cement, J. A ALLEN, Stanftra, Ky. We Produce PHONE 153. ftant AND HANDLE LIVE AND DRESSED POULTRY, EGGS; ICE, COAL, WOOL, HIDE8, FURS. 6ALT. LIME. GIN8ENQ, FEATHERS ETC. H. B. Northcott. T. K. Tudor. Mgr. J. L. Beazley & Co UNDERTAKERS AND EM. BALMER8. DEALALSO ER IN FURNITURE, TINQ3, RUGS. THEY WILl' FURNITURE EXCHANGE ALL KINDS OF 8TOCK. 04VE THEM A CALL. PRICE ina TCm3- - t Plenty of fruit, good cistern, good and eipeclelly adapted to corn and more Uaa ready made whea quality price. aad fit U oomildcred. Com la'aad barn and and dwelling and all out- rtasa. Good tenant hous of three roomg on farm. Terma reasonable J C. McCLARY, Uat-sotot buildings. take your measure. Address Prof. J. Apply at once to. KMTUCKY. H. C. RUPLKY, TM Praetfoml Tatior 70-Gilbert's Creek Ky. R. II. Broaaugn, Ageat. , Tlirt new toilet germtciilo powder to lie dissolved In water ns needed. them. Pur nil toilet and hygienic uses It Is be charged only The gate fee will Get Ready For Cold bolter and more economical. To cleans.) and whiten tbe on .SiimlaV'!. teeth, remove tartar and The Object prevont ilivay. THE GOOD OLD DAYS. Why not have your house heated Of these meetings is the regeneiuiion To disinfect tho month, de- We do not know who was guilty nf of dinners, and siinctificatiou of bebtroy dlscaso germs, nnd with hot water? purify tho breath. lievers. Come praying God to pour perpeliating tin following, lint it Wo have In our employ one of tho gio.l enough to tcprudticc To keep nrtl del id teeth nnd out the Holy spirit upon lha people brldgework clean, odorless best hot water and steam fitters In and give us the beat meeting tills "Hacwnrd. turn backward, (Hi, Tim-itbe state. your flight and g'uen us a maiden To reiuovtt nicotine from the teeth and purify tho breath after Miiolclng. yenr that Jumbo Camp has ever had. pressed proper nnd right. We lire To erudlc.nto perspiration and body Let us figure with you wo guaran- MEN I nt switches mid nits. Bill.v odors by snoiigo bathing. weiry tee our work. Tho best antiseptic vriish known. Burke clusters mid pencil KelloTen nnd strengthens tired, wenU, FARM FOR SALE OR RENT! W. K. WARNER, hats. Wads of jute hairs in u c Inflamed sore Will sell privately my farm nf pile, stacked on their heads to and cuts. eyes. Ileitisets. a throat,wounds "1 nnd JO box, ilruggUts 'Phone 188. about 200 acres in Lincoln county, the height of u mile. Something or by mall postpaid. Sninplo Free. Stanford. Ky. miles east of Stanford on is wrung with the muideiis, we tear. THK PAXTON TOILET; CO.,Boton.U. Ky., 5 Dix River. 80 ucres in corn, JO give us the girls as they used to FLY NE1JS acres in meadow, balance in blue appear, fjite j,is the girlies wo onet grass, has a. four room tenant house knew of yore whose curls didn't SUN come from store. Maigoad hams, and othir outhouses dens wliii dressed with a sensible orchgood stone spring house, small view, ami just as D.nne Nature inard. Plenty of stock water, good tended them to. Give us a girl with fencing. a figure her own und fashioned diSchool house joining this farm. vinely bj nature alone. I'ei.tiiiiiie Will sell nil together or in two 'styles getting fiercer each yea. oh. tracts. Terms easy, if not give us the girl ns they ihciI to up. sold will rent; for cash for 1912. penr. One of the kind, one whose t roses wore Will also sell half interest in 80 acres of corn to ho cribbed n place niiiple enough w'thoul uu addition and 12) acre, of nnd blalk of make like stuff. Give us the days UNDERTAKER AND EMBALMER Grass hasn't been grazed when the hnls women wore were not 'fields. the mil reason that, Christian men KV FOR SUMMER DRIVING this yenr. Offir 'I'bon Horn 'Pdod Ik swore. Over our wny micTT ii fair Mrs. Walter Warren. maiden steer yes, give us the giil tHe comfort of both horses and drivas she used to appear. Itobertsou ers should be specially considered by FALL AND WINTER STYLES. FOR SALE! securing a proper outfit of lap robes, Advance. blankets, fly nets and other neressarP My homa eontuiniug 2 acres and My new fall and winter eamnlcu FARM FOR 9ALEI a from our complete assortment of m r now ready for your Inspection. 15 poles of land, 4 miles south of We wilt aell prtmteiy a farm el They comprise tbe best on the market Uincnster 4 miles east of Stanford, horse goods. Here are llgdt, but can suit anyone as to price who bad on Iix River nt the forks of thn about HO acres in Lmco n county, strong and durable, single and double f Ky., mllo from Crab Orchnis clothes inad U order. A suit roud, leading from tho Duddernr'n ard, nicely locuted. moetl- - bottom harness, admirably suited to road purmade to your measuie a preferable Mill to Gilbert's Creek station, land, Tory to ready maae ciotnes. To bare them nnd post office, which is one store tillable, an productive. Kvery acre poses, along with a hill line of work mile abundance of stock water harness of tbe best quality at flat made to measure doesn't cost any n. Co. Ky. Song Leader. Some Other Ministers have been invited nnd will be' looked for. Jumbo Camp, is Located. In Lincoln county, Ky., 5 miles from Stanford, und 4 miles of McKinncy, i,ear the head waters of Green river. Plenty of water nnd good tabernacle lunch stand, etc. Those wishing to stay over night enn get lodging cheap, close to tuber hade, ate fee 13 cents; children under 10 years free. There are a few rooms to let to those who wish of Russell Weather nyroyal hcctiou and mlersectius the Lincoln way at Ghissirow or some other point in that county and that this road ho known us the Wot ford Way. The suggestion is a god one i.ixl is within the ability of the counties though which it would pass, Parrea county is already interested in good muds and as we understand have built several miles in the direcOn the other tion of Edmonton. end of the proposed road u good one exists from Danville to the coiiiu'e-tio- n with the Glasgow mad is about 50 or (iO miles and could be built In n shoit tune if all our people so determine. Glasgow- - Edmonton, Columbia, Liberty, Stanford and Danville mil all smaller towns along the line could best determine this proposition by ii delegated convention selected fur this purpose and meet at Columbia, the central point on the line. The Wolfnrd Wny. passing through the "Woolfuril Kingdom" and connecting the Lincoln Wny hrinvfiug Blue ernss and Pennyroyal into one common union would he worth far ficutlc-metriorc than it would cast, along tire line, Sk'uL out' Whnt think .miu'.' nnd 1 yearling heifer subject to register, 1 weanling heifer of high grade 1 high grade Jersey cow high with heifer calf, 1 .'ratio. Jersey cow. The tlatis of this stock have all been sobl for $."0 to S"o ech; 2 good Jersey bulls, 1 nml 2 years old, subject to register. 1 line Shorthorn mi:k tw, ." steers, 1 und 2 years old nnd .0 ewes. Terms made known on day of sale Dinner on grounds. Persons arriving by train can be conveyed to farm from depot by public coney-- a Dr. J. G Carpenter &. Son, P. 1). 1. CRAI. OUCHAKI), KV. f ol. P. Chandler. Auctioneer lives. Stanford, Kentucky. Bring Your Prescription RH Here To Be Compounded your phyilclan haj pre. reribed a medicine for you to lake, the next important Men it to haw: thai prescription placed in tho bands of a thoroughly rcllnbleand competent pharmacist so It will he compounded exactly as directed. We have gained nn enviable reputation for ahvayi being very careful antl painstaking in our compounding nntl feel that. In nil justice to your own Rood health, you should bring your next prescription here. Here, too, you will find n complete and Inviting display of toilet articles, rubtier Rfxxlit, soaps, H:rfumes toilet preparations and all intUrd remedies. For interior decoratinc wa carry and recommend ALABASTINE. the beautiful wall coating. Call anil sec samploof tints ami ask us about It. PENNY'S DRUG STORE. When .. J. Antiseptics Peroxide or Instead of Liquid many people arc now using Paxtine Toilet Antiseptic n Stanford, Kontuckr hor-libl- !.l i J. C. McClary hair-dressi- 5HDt5 sep-oin- te twenTv-fivo-year-- iir ii- -h ;thwforo, l7 LADIES SHOES WE are now showing a complete line of H D el P in fu Selby Shoes For Fall and Winter. The styles are very attractive the qualities unsurpassed and they are made over comfort giving lasts. U be ol w as di ti tai - one-hal- m W F Prlfinci CRAB ORCHARD. a, Kentucky. " n, Stanford. Ky 8. 4V-- -V alt in Fi of tli. THE INTERIOR JOURNAL. STANFORD. KENTUCKY. FRIDAY. SEPTEMBER 8. 1911. 5 EXPENSE PERSONAL and SOCIAL N'um-nml Minors Klintietli, (rum u Hnriili Ilium lm iiit In fneiuN nml ri'littiwi in Km nl. fort Mrs. .1. II. Iiiehltipr, of Ciiii'innnti, iiwii vihIOhit lior futlinr. Mr V. I W. I'ltinnii on lloiitu .No. .1. Cooper ri'turni'd from n J nine lrnalli Moit to frirmU in Missouri InM week nml Is lmuk Hi mIiooI. V. Jl. SturKt'i af the 'Ioxiih lnml Licwlopiiirnt Co., k'ft this week with a niiHicr nf prospectors, who will look over his property. II. (.'. 1'irpciiter mid Mr. mid Mm. Suffered Ten Yean Relieved in Three Monlht Tfianki to KIDNEY TROUBLE !aOBaZaVil COME TO LOUISVILLE AT OOF f rifLLEkr Ajtkfl ;, r , 0. II. FIZKH, M t. HterllnR, Ky ou Munduy. ' hMve Buffered with kldneyWid Mi. iind Mrs. K. L. Iloweimtinc nro bladder trouble for ten yearn pant. in Friink fort this week jniests t "Ijint March I commpiicnil unlnj- hhIit, Mrs. .lou Lynn Coffe, and rerun and continued for three mnntlm. (opt. Coffey. I have not uied It (lnce,nor have I felt t Sherman Stivers the Lexington a pain." Herald's farm editor, vuiiiu over to Mr. Itoot, of Itooscvtlt, Okla., is iittend HiiuIiiiiiiii'h Lis; wiulo. Mr. J. T. Itluiikciibliip of Louis-ill- here to hold tho sale on th l'.'ili ot was n jjue-i- ot Wllliiun Fields. his farm ou iIk Hiistonvillo pike. J. F. Cool: Hit lm; mule mid jail; He is prospecting for a fiiltii in man of Lexington, was Iilii lor the near town. Mr. and Mrs. Win. Stams were sales this wee! Mr. (Iciir'c L (Iraham, of I.eba pti'wis, ot Mr. and Mr. J. T. I'Ihim-Uii- i. lion, came up lor ltmii;hitiiiu's In, t Mile this wctt'i Miss MNnrttH Kinr. lHtilitr will Win. king, ot fiiiiti .Sulphur, ADDITIONAL LOCALS. fpond ill1 siiniiHor with hur unele. lin.ii. nml fnmih at HnMile tuid will Mttrnd K'liool at l.iiMiiis-It- t We have hotijlit out thn Hot ion t"itrvruiit and would hu t;lad to hnvc Wtt .vill li.nc Mr N. C. FtHtnle, of CtlcwHid, ill out fi Kinds mil. S. It. Hi sHIc the bi'- -l nml fltl.e.l i .ike- -, Ida n, II, m v,, ii 4.t MoruUiul. iii, I) rend nml nil kinds of '. Mr. I). S. Carpenter, of Huston- - cold IkhcIick iumi hoi linii'liiiivi'i . a lie Mil l red a -- IvkIiI -- troke of Hrn "picinltv. ('. L. (in er. 7! SiitimlM, hut not us "eeie a ln xiruki1 he miMiiiumI in May Inst. Hio- Nollie. 'I lie linn of eedy Iiuviut; His inaiiv friends hope for a nil iuikbtni to same will pleac cull nml -- ettle at ouic, in l!e. and Mrs. Homer V. Carpnn-li- r, thciebv -- iiviiil! - the IrounV oi' liav of Shelbjullc, are kiicmIs of ini; to foMict iiiinf. V.. T. and d 71 .'!.. J. (i. Carpenter, and family this l'incc. eek. Hnmci V. (.'iirpenter, of Shelltyville, motored to FluiiinpiliiirK, and hack FIZKR, Purchase a round trip ticket from your home to Louisville. When you have completed your shopping in this store, take your return ticket and your sales checks, which are given you with each purchase, to the Credit Desk (South end of the building, first floor.) If your railroad fare is more than 5co of your purchases, 5 will be refunded on the amount cash, and at of purchase. lo Charge Customers: of your purchases. canac t"u7cKdited at of stttkmtat af accaaat. 1 'aT Special Notice Rcfnnd made only in time Refund the time lir History of the South's Greatest Mercantile House This store was founded in 18G1 by Messrs. S- Barker & Co. The rite was the north half of the present mam building of the Golden Rule store. The store at that time .was managed by Mr. Jcre The stockholders were Mr. Barker, Mr. Middlcton and W. Jas. Barret. Tho ownership of the store passed through sever&l changes tip to the present time first, S. Ilarkcr &, Co., then Sharp & Middle-toand Fcsscndcn & Stewart, to the present ownership. Previous to April, 190G, t'lis burlncss had grown so Iprge that the facilities for handling thr trade became too crowded in the old store, which is at present occupied by the Golden Rule Store, 'rue ttianagcmcnt looked around to find the most suitable and most central site in the city. The site at Fourth and Wr.lnut Streets was decided on immediately as tho bfst in Lcuisville. Negotiations were mtdr, owners of the present site tcanngdown a rriidencc and several small houses to accommodate the present building. This build ng was occupied April 1st, 190G, md is cms jer d and model st or building of '! the most in the country. The store is 108x180 feet eight floors, built of reinforced steel and con crete. When visiting the store ask any floor man. ho will be pleased to show you through the entire (tore. 'SsVkV, i am Mid-dlcton, e te n- 4th Ave. and Walnut Street t:miii:o!Di:iiiks Uicnaii TOII.KTS .NOTIONS Cfrtl.ro- -f Jims gi.ovi:s CtAf,rt JLWCUUljf A 1,1, Fi:,,.A 4th Ave. and Walnut .Street e, l:CK Tllt.MMIXtiS t:tuN(is st.tioxi:iiy ittrrnnvs FIRST FLOOR ir.viiKr.tt('iiii:K.s Itll.IlOx Itnt.TS AM) tt.tGS MX KU i:.it t'XimilWEAR l.m-(ii- ln HOM.OIV MI.VKltW.UM'.imOKS MVIJI.KV AP.T nniMltTMKXT onini, OOMRsTIl-- ni:iMitT.Mi:T FIR'.C' FLOOR BALCONY iZJX. ho snitv citnniT dp.sk r.MitmxiiAS mi:n's kuh.nisiiixgs KINDS MANicrnn SH.'JS I.e. '''! )i;ti Goonr, . AMI MI-S- WASH GOODS ('O.MPOI11S SECOND X'LOOR UN' NOS m.wKtrrs SPITS mt s goods SIIOKS MII.U.VKUY V iui:ssi:s WAISTS HOMRX'S ici:st ttooji nii coats iHiit'irAij oim rs mimi r:iDi:mvr:in INI 3. THIRD FI QOll IIAIK GOODS NTS ,n-li- PltAMi: DKPAItTMEXT sL'i,i:i.NTi:.Nni:NT,s opkici: MHVS WD ItOVS' CLOTIIIXG SIAM.NG MACIIIXES PICTfltlN oer, dis-ok- ed lll" -- jA v. chpi:ts 5itfev ' hl'gv irrc. DltAPPKIPS WAI.ti PAPHIt CUItT.lIXS FfRXITUUn FOURTH FLOOR FIFTH FLOOR GKXPItAI. OFPICn Al-fn- C. It. (lover, of Mr. and Mr Corbin, boui;ht out Hoi ton'- this week r.nl will oprrato it in in HrodhiMil. the future. Mr Oovir is a lam ola Miss Iom Stranh has ri tinned county man while his vwfe wn- Mi-- s fruiii the eitv where she hail been Fndii Menr iiimi ot tins I'ouiiti. Ihimiic full millinery ntlos. Hotli hnvc a thI many triet.ds vho Dollie II. will vvihome them back. The wedding of Ml-- Collendcr an aei omplished luil of I.'.. lleinlrixiii. Ky and Mr. IInrr ......... .... ...ittirrli ili'ilflll.-- s JI lll'il ll of MeKinnev will take place catarrh briatlnr tlvomei and end j'.I ' the No ember -- 2, at the rehidenre 'if 0. L. I'ennv auaianltt'- - it. LruleV pirents, Mr. and Mr- -. .1. M. Cotneplete outfit ir.cluditu inlinlcr Collender fl.OO: extra bottle if needed ."nlc of Hender--o- n (l'roiiouiirn it Hic.h-n.mCol. W .1. Mar-hal- l, was here this wenk to buy -- tmiiJ mules .md allind tho Iiik sales. Common Colds Must Be Taken j .Mrs. Willis Nuxlor of Kowland, is urnting MrH. J. F. Pane of cured they sap the vi- For utile 1'lcaeIiersMlle. iiii'in- - tahly and lower the vital resistance C. Ander-Min- , Mr. It. senior Fiotcct So more serums infection. ber of the firm of II. C. Ander-o- n bv the i ill Iiiiuiii; vour children and vour-e- lf A. Sop, llrodlie.ul. is wr a pniiilytio htroko hint prompt c of FolevV Honev mid nmek w iik. 'lar t'ompoiind and note its onli-cold- s, lls For Mr. and Mrs. W. I.osrnn Wood, and deci-iv- e croup, whoopini: couch, biim-ilntwheie IwiM' returned from Somer-- it and affection- - of the throat tlit v Ii.im' been MMtim; relatives. - an cvciv readv Danville Advoiate. i best mid lute- - it Hon. Fuwiii 1'. .Morrow, of Souh-i--et- . and valuable renudv. Shiijjnrs and Wedne-dn- v -- pent .ttcii lieie runner ill route to Libert'' wneie lie spoke II .is acThiiiln aflenn Mr. 0. A. Henedict, founerly a companied to Liberty by "Jeor:c 1) farmer of this county, but now of I rome. ami Dr. It, L. H.ivison. county, is here iiiinclim. Jn-robs I)r. V. Harry liistrinc, of Clifton Spnncs, New York, is rviuliiis: a hurt Mp'.ition with hix paieiits Mi. Mrs. V. II. Hik'Kin. Mis Ueita Jenn Fenny is in Mt. Vernon the Kuest of Mint Faiiini Spnrkh. Mm. J. W Hntchiwon and little miu arc making a .'islt to fr.uids Havden has pone to Cave Spring, !a., to teach in the Mi-s oe rhool lor ll.e deaf having' been cle t id to till the I'ifiincv causeu liy the -- yfymrr ft W.amtV r ' 1 syxsfzvxj MMsaam32g9 n STOCK ItOOMS ROOM 9ft'. .TVXTlKMbX. xKECEIVING UPHOI.STERV WORK EipriOynns dixixg hoom SIXTH FLOOR MAXAGEIl'S OKFICK ADVEUTIS1XG OFFICES CARPET WORK ROOM ai.tkhatiox room SEVENTH FLOOR dhkss.maki.no rooms (Openctl about Oct. 1) HOUSE FURXISIIIXGS TOi'S CHINA CUT GLASS tJKOCERY LUNCH ROOM SOD FOUNTAIN TRUNKS RAGS S vn DELIVERY PACKING ROOM ENGINE ROOM SUIT-CASE- inairiace of Mi- -- NVll Waneii The Most Central .(..', Shopping Spot In Louisville Forwarding nii-ei- v. BASEMENT ilrriBMilHBin :f&:isx mmmWSmWtmmmm liMJMkXM mktMmmm Eqiipttit, ff it1 f W K PiMi IKtie f wu fi RESTAURANT :- - i P4ii Best Best Store - Service aid Largest Stock of Merin the n It il iv yMKaMllll LiKiiltHii chandise Ststk ( Charges Prepaid on Purchases ti-- re-i- is ' of $5.00 or Over Mail 1 on Mr- -. 15 democrat in ln neck ot the ilnjs, left this woods and -- avs nev Donein for inormni; tor Hnstonville wlieic -- he i r brighter for a bij: majority for Mc will be the jruct of lel.itives for ( rearv and the entire ticket. hiimr time before leaving for her e homo in Oak J'aik, Illinois. SOME LOCUST TREE. Advocate. The locust tree, under fuvorabb Anions those from out of town conditions, cjows to a hiio suitable who attended tho OsboniO" Warren for line on the farm Ions befoio wedding hern Wednesday were : Ale., most other vaiities which are comdames W O. Hradloy, of JT."in:-for- t, monly planted, with probably tho Lucicn Bcckncr, of Winchos-tc- r, eatalmi as an exception. An I. J., James T. Menefic, of Dimillc, icpresentotive was shown a loutiht o Jenn Warren and Mim Letih.i Niir- - in the vard of Mr. and Mrs. John ven. ot Uunvuie, .viessi. Jonn biiu Itoian ,ot the Union cection of cist S. M. Duncan and Mi-- s Jeniiic Dun- Garrard, that has made a most recan, of LancnMcr ami Mrs. L. t markable growth. It sprouted from Ilarnard, WnshitiKton, It. C, Mm u locust bean in June two yearn Mattie. Duncan and Miss Xmy fioi- - ind Mr. H. serine it was in a pn.per tuon, of licxinton, who i now the place for a nhiido tree, diovn up a ' truest of .Mish Hose Alcorn. ttnke by it for protection. Xiivv it standB over 15 feet tall Htid is is inches in diafcis und meter nt the ground ,and easts tlrn'c enoiifili for hcatini: of a good hiaed Headaches, Cold. IndigestioR, iriiwd. Mi- -i bor-- c Dan-Mil- lm- - William M. been the kiioM Stodhill, of who Lucv with old friend- -. He is a wheel Orders Qven JS$? k 4 Prompt Atteatito My':i "a s " - meaglliaPPWaMaMsaal Frec Stewart's 65th Anniversary Sale FAIR ARE YOU FREE FROM Begins Wednesday September 13, 191 1 For Detail see Louisville Papers, beginning Tuesday, September 12 v5m hree-qunrt- "v. , Pains, Coariipation, Sour Stomach, DizziAcu? If you are aot, the most elective, prompt and pleasant method of getting rid of them is to take, now and then, a desertspooa-fu- l of the ever refreshing and truly beneficial laxative remedy Syrup of Figs and Elixir of Senna. It u well Known throughout the world as the best of family laxative remedies, because it acts so gently and strengthens naturally without the system in any way. To get its beneficial effects it U always necessary to buy the genu inc, manufactured by the California Fig Syrup Co., bearing the name of the Company, plainly printed on the front of every package. irri-tati- pg Road to 8omathlng Ittttr. ETer7thliic we endure patiently la key to aoraethlng beautiful we could never enter otherwlae Ily the road of study a acbolar learni to set Joy out of books and ttonea and treea Ily the bard road of discipline a man learns to get Joy out of everyday living toll-aom- e i 4 Days of the most remarkable bargains ever offered by any department store. Everything in the merchandise world from 61 complete stores under one roof. Out Of Town 'Shoppers you must come to the greatest of all sales. We expect thousands to attend from all over the State and we have arranged FLETCHER-HIC- KS. There was u quiet wedding nt the residence of llev. J. J. Dickey Thurs dav iitlenioon nt 2 o'clock the con A LIBERAL REBATE PLAN And these Remarkable values to bring you here, attend the Fair and shop at our great Store. jibs, tracting parties wcro Prof Win. II. Hicks, ot I almcmth, and Mi.--s Antoinette Leo Fletcher of Science Hill but late of MeKinnev. Tho binle is ladv and u good in accoii'pli-hi- d and the groom a baud tench er and nu expert musician nnd both Lue the best vwshe of thcr many Inendrt for tliir fuVnn welfare. mu-ici- PMf jyj "h PY MODS CO, r--w- rTosCrR1.0"When Visiting the City. - STEWART DRY GOODS CO. jfcwynKSMifc m nwiutwi wnm mm. IUT , y.i'i!, &$- lTVT" 1 ' -. V- T? 1 " -- - K (o THE INTERIOR JOURNAL, ROBERT H. HARRIS PRESENTS STANFORD. KENTUCKY. SIOUX INDIAN FRIDAY. SEPTEMBER fl. 1911. IN THE GREAT ACTOR BOUNDING ELK Daniel Boone ON Daniel Boone On The Trail A GRANDSON OF THE FAMOUS SITTING BULL Bring your family up-today of Show. We want them to see a tribe of genuine wn Stanford Opera House Saturday Night September 9th. t The Trail. THE FARMERS L. I.nn-fo- rd (.00 M.iiiid cattle li BOONE thotiRh dead, A slory from the cradle nursed rtecp Into the'heart of every true American. his memory still lives, and at Frankfort, a monument stands, and on Its very spot. Boone almost nave Ills life for his country and Its cause. Greatest of our Pioneers. Greatest of our backwoodsmen A man who feared none hut his Creator. Innocent as a child, brave as a lion, and like Georae Washington and Abraham Lincoln, his memory will for ever live. SEE "LAUGHING WATER", THE BEAUTIFUL INDIAN PRINCESS. THE ONLY CLEVER ACTRESS OF HER RACE. LARGE PACK OF SIBERIAN WOLVES SEE BOONE'S TRAILING DOGS USED IN THIS PRODUCTION. C A N B E SEE IN THEIR CAGE ON THE STREET DAY OF SHOW. 0 lb MeCuri'uuL sold hus.'s to Oreelcv Lut s at 7 latter -- nld to s.ui o piuuul linji- - nt 7 lent-- . C. ('. G.iver sold a H"i0 pound cow-tIt. C. Arnold tor 3 II. C. Anderson -- old 2 1,230 pound Plwr to Win. Cook lor 3 cents. ,)oinli Anderson ioll to J. M. Crc 1, 32 head of stock owe at ft","l; also botuht of came ;t0 head of fetock cwe nt ?3.I10. lie old a yitkn of ;i,00 pound oxen to Jiww Fox Sioux Indians From the Wilds. General Admission. VSfofp J. bought 4 bend oC from Mr. Hester at 'A J. M cent-Altb- ur rutin For Unit Two mi'i" freci itimtoi'iilli. Apply to Aliss Hhiek Uivw".. lliistoiiville. ThonjiiRhbred Dtiroc Km- - Snip. and boars. T. .1. , gib Jersey J)nthm. "tub Orchard. II. F. I). 2. For Sale or trade for 1W took, 78 acre on couuty fond. W. II. Atuel-lof. Stanford, Ky., 1 acres in the Farm For Rent. Wiilin't Flat iienthborriootl ; 43 acrea in mmI to iro in com: 35 acres in w)n.it ; 12 n oats and twonimW " barn." Rent tiriis, 7hmI house ami Jlr- - Ofwnre pp'v ' lur cash. "0-- 1 r. fC'IS Col. William hmiuht mull.1. 2,411 u.irkvt bteiulj nt $2. tO (n.1.23; lambs Uii .mil 1 " tents luw r at $.l(iili..SV lu-jil- , -- PUBLIC SALE! Mid sell nt public auction nt nil place at Ml. Salem, Hegiiiiiiim I -- - from 11. 1'. Ilnwfcuw, of the Dainille jakc Tuesday at Sl'Jfi head. of tcctmntd Have lot) bushel Missouri Fntz wheat lor Med, at $1 Come oarly. Von GruuiiVfnn Hros., HaMonville piko, II mltc went of tinvn. 1'bonc IHI-- 2 rings of 100. .,1,1 7l-2- p. Marshall, of head of two-yen- Hen-nt'ifn- n. r- PUBLIC SALE! I 4. uI ld to Ltllanl C. C. Withera Vie Lear, of Garrard at f0. 10 I "ox. S head of 1,050 pouud cattle nt inuc- - from Homo Kub1n cent", for tseptember 4 icr humlrod. , For rout for 5 years oneh to A 1 delivery. "0-t- f. 0 iKMtiHl liOffllll. (1. W. Kosrcr sold man : A 00 aero ianu in Hoylo iniuu Taylor at For Sale I hac 400 or 500 lmli ly l! tobacco barnn.lO ncrw for to- stetfs to Uotlom and ol . of Miouri Fultt eed wheat for Addroea or no onoh voar. etl at fl n bacco uli-: will reclean ntul Mr. C. C .Catetvt wa clHti ec. T. A. ISnidlcy, Danville, Ky.. bushel. Ja.. McKeclinie, l'liom; Luii 71-i.s jadne at the Hiirkowville fair and (VMp Exchange lie repoTt i a. Tbo follow inc sales oeeurred at nerved the three da? want t. rent 'J.'i t' 40 acre of atock present. Y. D. Mime rla-- v Monday. good vheat land. Aluat be ehis to UiclimoHil court Mr. C. won several tie at the of Lancaster, bought 4 nuirp AMret Itox 2BS, Stanford. llurton. 4, to (i town. fnir lat wek. doiib'e uiu(ip, yeiiM old, also one 70-nrket. Ky. gelding, at an average team, loi.iylii---hunifs, firt and '1'erinH miulv kimwn on day of iale t Meier and UufftiiAii of Danville, 01. tnmoti.. ti""". and Dright and Fo.. of Dinner on the gruimd. lifintrht a bunch of fat how from puce of $170. some of the strings he captured. Danville, bought ii mules at an averjHDNKY DlNltAi:, 4 Jnmert Mocker a (5 4'J bend i' J. M. i:iin age of $173. W. 1. Cook bought a III ,li;i ill,'. Kv. (apt. T. W. Hot torn lias wild pound cattle o l.Ulurd and Fov nt team of mules for $37.j. 7l-Cnpt. T. D. Kiigli-- h Aiic't. in tin- - Shelby City sution Jo bought (1 mules 4 'J cents. William Sprinkle- -, of thi county, Hubble & Kubnnks Walter 1'ittus boucht n 1S0. T. C. ADMINISTRATOR'S SALE! per acre, Cnpt. I tot torn wilt at nn average price of at jack from II. G. Pettus at a 'tiuiKin bought 5 at an nveiage price yo to Florida to spend tlm winter. j.'iiod pnec. li7, old 'JS hogs, ot Mr. J. 51. Clark-soAs niliriuiitr.itor of the olate of Walter Martin bought a lot of W. IJ. Uuiton bought a matched averaging 170 pound'', to go from feed wheat from Vou Gruenignu Win. A. Jlurton, deceived, we will ,Septcmbor 1st to 10th to Iluxtcr team of 5 year old bay geldings from Dros., at $1. on & Whitehouse, 20 at 7c and S at C N. V. Hoger- -, of Taint Lick, for Wednesday, Sept.. 20 1911, Josh Wilson sold three y car-ol- d sjoo. font'. Dnnvillo Messenger. mare mules to W. II. Shanks for Promptly at 0 o'clock. .ell at public ? .Mr, T. 15. Cine-- t, Granville Lutes hns bought the Dr. .f310. of Urbnnii, O.. ou'.crv to the liiirlieM and be,t bidijiought Saturday of W. H. lltenick I'wis place of U acres, at Turners-illJ. M. Cress sold a six months old der on the premi-.e- s of the Into Win. of the best cattle that will go to for i'J2o, and will erect 11 resi- Polled Angus bull to W. IF. Cum- A. llurton. one mile nelow Iliickcye, Jlio Ohio Jtiver this yenr. The bunch dence. the following described pcr.-on-al mins for $ 30. ),r 0 averaged 1 ,0iO pounds and brought Grimes and Dell bought peity: $li.5Q per bundred. Mr. Guest said pound stock bogs of T. V. Jones & CINCINNATI MARKETS. Four extra good mules, 4 lo IS it wn the fine-- .t liuiich of feeders Co.. for ) e. year! old; (5 good two year old mules ho had seen this year. Iluurbou T. 0. Itnnkiii bought 2."i 1,000 lb Cincinnati. O., Sept 8. Cattle re- all well broke; 15 vcarliiur mules; .ri JCev-s- . cattle from .7a, Itnukiu at 4 ceipts S30 bend: market active, good JL'ood mule colt; 1 mc year old jiick Hudson & Knv.immugh bought a hand hisih by iiichard Cooper sold to Bottoms steady to a shade higher; other ! j. oml breeder, 15 mule- - of Alexan-te- i and Tnylor 17 bead of i"0 ponnd grades steady, steers $3.23(fi.'$7; Alpha the great show jnek. Al-'- o n pair of Hiothers uf lanenln for . heifers W2."i3.7"i: tows 1.23fi?3: j.' oml three year old jack that i n cattle at nn average price of .'! Thoinii- - Rankin bought a pair of to 4 cents. ales opened active and -- tromr to diilnlv. 15 IiiiiiiN biub. good bone; 1 Ilog- - good jennet, .life in foal. mules of a Kansas party A. ). Thomp-01- 1 boimht 20 head 'J." cents higher at ..J('i'8.."iO. foi W2.". reeeiiits 3.137 head: market open I Hore-- . One extra fine four year ot eattle at IJaugli-nuin- 's Messrs. Alex and Luther Oibbs, ed 13 cents to 20 cents lower, clos old gelding, we'rHired: U three year sale at &17.80. delivered their I'M) export eattle to W. H. Murjibv sofd 12 ho- -s of ing dull and late sales 2. cents ta .1(1 old gclding, one is an extra good Mr. .Toe Hales of Kichiuoiid hauntr I'.l'i pound weight to Greeley Lutes cents lower, late top $7.30; puckers , walker: 2 two year old gelding and -, com two three vear old marc; 1 four previously sold them to him fur IT lit 7 cents. f7.23((t7.fi0: -- tag- .3.23(h)3.7cent- - per pound. The lot nvcraged 4 .23610.50; pigs nnd year old mare: 1 good walking mare W. M. Stout bought a mon sows 1,350 pounds. lights .s.IirfTT.'iO. Sheen ltcccints 7 years old; S dnndv good brood trnn f'rioii A. Zitnir for 1T(1 marcs in foal bv iack: 2 filly ckling colts; file good Shetlntul ponies. ('attic- .- .'Ifi two vear old feeding I cattle. Mill neigh 1.100 to l.'JOO. 15 two vear old feeding cattle will weigh !(!(! to 1,000 lioumUrS venr- lig -- teers. good f.liaie; 7 Nearluig beifeis. good grade; !l steer calves extra good ones; 1 good bull calf 2 heifer calves: 1 four year old registered bull. Van Meter Stock will wei";!! 1,550 pounds; ,r good milch oiiw- -, cxtia milkers nnd wit)i F.tc 120 good Sheen. Hog- -. poiitbdown cwe and 3 buck. Five good brood sows; 8 shouts weighing about SO pounds; 1 cvtra good Poland China Hoar. Corn.' 50 acres of corn measured .it the en 1. Also big lot of fanning itiinleiii'Mit-.- , in good condition. iTHM.-fll- l and under. ciiOi in Iiih' Over tliHl iimouul. vn or a note due in four inoiitbs lienr-in- g si per cent interest from date until n.iid. Rale will be held rain Dinner served on (he or ? My home place of about 260 acres of land, on which is situated the Edge-(woo- d 1. firoriid-- . ol 1. M. I)iin,i Auelio'ieer. R. L & W. B. BURTON. Admin'tors. distillery, a frame dwelling house of 10 rooms, practically new, with all modern .l HPrKKVK. (conveniences, including bath and water heating apparatus; all necessary outbuildings lioiiRht 100 1- -2 lt Kl-00- I't I 10-- 1 IhkIi, one, 1 (rood bnKnl tnniv with Weilnesdny. Sept.. 20. IG 1,1. inure mole ddl, 1 lanro in foal to Promptly at 10 o'clock, all my nmi D'nriutv Dare. 1 thoivtiiehlirnl Jerscv hold nnd kitelu-furniture nil in cow nnd ralf, '1 ycarlinit enhef, 1 Rood condition, mv fanning implethnrothlim1 black Deiiiahiri1 ments niul tools usually kept on u .mi! pin. 3 thoroughbred hlackl''iK eJI conducted farm. Alto will sH hbife (iilt- -. I'f the liighcul bidder live Duroc boar, l'i in,,', ' black UsTk-hi- rc Gilt and JI pigs; 7 tock hojr obi, tihect to register, I young h nn dy lor the Imtilicr; one ten yeiir tliorouirhbix'il black Ilcrknlilrc, old mare with nhuw colt by her anlv; Daroc wiw and frlira, 3 yradc inaro is in foul to Jack; on time nnd nig--. 20 bead of sbontu km i.m waio irith filly cnlt by Ke IliltoM, me 123 HHHdn to be old hi lot- this Miare wits oris I to Itiiluuuian 3 to .r or as a whole if not aold i ' King, rcftixteml: one yrarlinK attid iim to aale, 1 bnerr ami bnim . n by Cbeiler Ctuct, registered; two 4 double team wagnti -bais-ieir vkl hend of autre ninfo; two diit kriin, aoqwhohl and kitchvn f"t 0ear-ol- d m.ir jimlr all Id Uand-an- d l' it are. better Ingli, Int reiuh for the Terms made known on dn ol' Haling old m farm near Hubble, will oli'ir at public mietmn on the -- '' a. ic, on 1911 1'rcminc. on 1 Weilnesdny. Sept. 20 mare mule Nnrmalr ' A TRAINING SCHOOL FOR TEACHERS. Coiirera leading to F.lcniontHry Slate (Vrlillcnte, intcrmcd ibulc Slate tuliHrnlc. Atttiim ! Stale rrrtiHiate (Ibis eeriillcHii' becoiMc. u lite diplonm). All Ihisc iTiiii.iMttA me i.ilnl in a'l imblic cliooN in Kentucky. Special c irn- - m gml ",x ' !"'" dormitoiirs, ,u.,v mm1cI School, i,ew Manual Tniii.iiig bui'ding. Pracucc hool, of A.iinil-Ic- n ;n well rqiiinixd (i.vmnn.-i,ii' Hl'r- - l1"1 Miidcnlvcan cnlcr to ndni.. w at J0- v" CRAHRE. Prcsltlent. Rlchniontl. Ky. n. l"",v,.' i'T": TuTI0N uplfiidid - fki: to appointi.ls. V. ' " - HOG CHOLERA. ir.ilf.iroiil) i lartt, r nioiilli fr.,..M, i 1 iu ,,i ," , 1 !') r I'.'1') "ii tin- t'i in p.'lli - - it t KMrr "',l;lT...'.ml,.. Wfh... .., III l,lr. ..,v,m.,. ,;v,,!,:k. '.T.'i'r.'r ','vp,,, ",,, ,,. lh.- nlv ,i.. ,lm. ,.., ,,,. xt .mr .IniKm.l l. i,i ,t . M "-,l ifi-H- n In... fNHllttilN ll. nJ I'fll.l.Kltx .r ltunrh.Mi Kih- -I CoM IV.. Ih.iiii Mew . Stanford Druo Stanford. k mi. y Kentucky. -. "' , '" 'l V birgc ai i iino InimU a- - . milled Hi I MIDDLEBUflG. ii jriixi' in-1- In- -i SuiiiImi ii iiiiiiug 'ji-- r'lcic n 4. roud, 1 iale. .1. in, S. CAKPI'.N'TKK. -- 'nt. K. H"'i"li. r "1 r I'l'e tli' Foik l-- 3i .M. ShimM--, a fonncr PUBLIC SALE OF FARM AND PERSONALITY. (l.'iirh, nt thk 4ce. cliiircli. wai ciMiductcl liy ikh-U-t irri to w ilicir t ili'tenid w.i a wciii-lA short Itci. It. of tb Il.ning deciiled to 1 cb.itme elim.itf, McKINNEY. Air. It. II. Mctculf. cMluer of the AleKinrwy l),piwit bank wiif in Chat tNiioojja mr a lew iUh IhsI week. AlisH Sallie mid llvaliiee, of will on -- 3-- -4 e, 10-10- c. i! September 23. 1911 m'II inv l'mie of 7(! J 2 acre. Mem-olcliurel1 0 inilm Mel'ormnck's west of Stanford, Ky., it has on it a two storj ihvellin of IS rooini-- , double ball. It porches, concrete cellar, a largo eitem at the door, nil necessary outbuilding, includiiii; a large tobacco barn, with citcrn 11N0 four never failing -- priugs on the f'inii, one mile from church and M'liool. in one of the best neighborhoods in Lincoln county, ""vitli the advantage of a rural route and telephone attached. ill iiImi S.T-J.J- 1- -2 ell 1 ld 1 Distilleries I SALE OF I And Farms env. 1 offer for sale privately the following property: in splendid state of repair. The Edge wood distillery has 103 bushels capacity with 0,000 barrel storage capacity and bottling house all complete, also cribs for 3,000 'barrels of corn. The brands of whisky made by this distillery have a national repu- PUBLIC SALE! I will offer at my place nl Iliicna Vista, flarrard countv, on Wednesday, Sent., 27. UUl. ut 0 O'Clatk. A. .M., bell the following property: 25 farm ami brood uiarer--, half of them to :i- -l draft; 1 (.'lydcdnle hboiv mare, has hud 7 colli selling for over $ 1,700; 1 slulliuu by Montgomery Chief, 2 yearling gelding-- , 25 good yearling mule., 20 weanling iiiulc'-- , ball of which are sugar colli. pair mare mules; 7 picks, 1 lo 8 years old bred good by Midi sires as Kinj; John; 10 jenn-2 regi-.tere1 ld tation. 2. The Dudderar's Mill property containing about 50 acres of land and a water and steam grist mill of 50 barrel capacity, which has recently been overhauled and y brick dwelling house at the mill. made up to date; also a The John Spoonamore farm of about 120 acres, containing frame dwelling outbuildings. 4. The John TrayUr distillery property of 7 acres at Gilbert's Creek station. The distillery has a capacity of 36 bushels and a storage capacity of 4,000 barrels. , 5. The John Traylor farm of 198 acres, with frame dwelling and outbuildings. ' This property is all on Dix river, in Lincoln county, Kentucky, and all on the Goshen turnpike except the John Traylor property, which is on the county road leading from the Gilbert's Creek station to Dudderar's Mill. For further particulars, address I two-stor- i3. et-, high-guid- with e enlti, by Mi--; Slii'op-hires, 210 cwo, : R. W.H. Traylor,Ky. F. D. 4, good bucks; I bay baler, Kli make; 1 Kcni manure spreader, good its new; one 'A horse power giiholiuu engine, ju- -l ued u liltle; 1 power lecd cutler. feed mill, 1 double disc Siuulc,r Pud plow. Stile, rain or "lune. Free lunch. Write for 1 j ycai-- old, good a,, (he none bcl; oer (1 Stanford, " j t.italogue of jack stock TKUMSr 8 months nt (1 per cent interest, 1 per cent off for eahh. O. II. ItUHLK. llueiui Vista, Ky. , Plume NichohiHvillo Kxchnnue, Fust Teiinesi.ee Telephone. Mollivur Itond and A. T, Scott, Auctioueers. 02-F- one family buggy hor-.one com-- I al .IcHicm, Tenn (Jcorge Kilfe rctiiincd li Chhttii-i.oog- a hud horse as good a driver as can be found anywhere Jind and gentle, Sunday aftei a short t nay uoiiiaii or child can drile him. to his parents hero. 11 The AloKinncy Literary Society 22 ewe- -, good ones. one hundred pound .'lio.its, :t sou-- , nnd piic-- , will meet at the heboid limine on farming iiiiplemeiit- - of all kind rixt Friday night. Let cveiv one (oni-.tinof one Deoring binder, come and take ti part in the so iuty one tiirniiig plow, other plows, one and iiiakii eiery one have a good two hor-- e wngoii. and linine- -. 2 t'liie that fiometi. bnggie-i- , Pro femur Alcllarj;ne, of D.miille, out' ruhWr lire as good lis lieu, 2 cts of huriicsN, other thinit was the gueet of Kulh Tiumar lat iiIhcsiU y. too miinemus to mention, IIoum!ioM Horn, In Henri Iloiitoiibiux nd and kilchcn furniture, tlii- - is a)I f oiiiiaralively new. A lot of fowU. wife a fine boy on IhsI Friday. llon't forxct the wile of J. S .Mu"oiw mire strain white AVvmnlottc rphy's flour milt on next Tuediiv lact. did n bite leghorns. Airs. Ihnrlie AlcWhortcr of Ihe 'I'enns mhiiIc kno'iti m ilnv of jSei.t. 12. Air. Hurry Jacob the MoHUmcnt Italian Creek seetiou and .Mrs. Dr. ale. n-:j. m. 'ATi:ir. ju. Ainu is at hiiiiie again alter an c J. Al. Htiney visited .Mix i T. t tended to PleuMiiuville ami .Moore on the Liberty pike U ethics IjlllifVillc. day. Air. mid AIi. Aid). Fogle spent MARKSBURY. Aln-- . Al C Tanner is lisilinc. her scleral dn.Vh of In I week with Alls. I oidc's 'J'he Lailii' Working Society will IMiTiits in Somcmet. btothcr near I)im ill,. Wilt meet at the p.irouag'i next Th'in.-iay- . Alls. Vniighu of l.tibunon is visit-iii- i' Join has returned Irom Itroiul Hm the fumilv of Cartny Alobley pic, Ind., Misses Sulciia and Selln Jim Turner sold two horse.-- to Joe ibis week. lnllCs went to llufli llriiljc M.inil.iiJotilnn at .fl.'iO per head. The .Mi Kinney Imus baud had u Miss Kuiiy Lee Fogle returned to call to go to Wiliiiuru lo plny for Jollico wlicre idie has a iiositiou 111 Mr. Mahiiii after a protracted of pevfiral necks is able to be the hif Muck Mile Iheic. Our IihiiiI Ihe rntded school. Judge M L, boys are making ipute a rep for hliiin was bete .uislenhii. Aim dav out again. .Mrs .1. II. Wood .of I.H.vi,,soii, tlieiii.fiicn mid they arc making good l.illlc Aliss (lay Short has diptheiiit h.i- - been a recent visitor iiinler their new instructor, Air. W. Al. Aliiinhi of KniL'siille here. .in,.. Miwwr., .lake and Joe Rice who Hicks. oown yestcrda.v mid spent the night left Kentucky III years ago letiirncd Quito a fniv look iidvaulaKe of with his Mster Airs. I'. h. Iteuton hist week to visit friends of their the excursion In Higl! Uridnc on Benefactors. 'Id biiiue. Aloiulav eicning. while ltei. C. T list Monday. Among llunte who went Mis. Fniuiie Pollard has returned vcre .Miss I'letcher ami Air. I licks, CI11111111I1, pastor of Baptist cliiircli troui Dauvillu where she has been Mi-- s Ifuili Cockiig and Will Day-toand family were getting icndy for . Mill Mr. Jtiut Cecil ami Mis, Annie Aliss Alma Hubble ami Frank church, a cllii ken or in. T. Cecil, sho arc just recovering Midilcy mid two sislcri. Airs. I!. 0. gun to sipmll in the luillwav, an infrom the typhoid fever. Punch, Alice (iiinch, Airs. J. W. Cock vestigation followed immediately, Mrs. ". (,'. Oreeiiing of Dauvillu ingsg Airs. Dayton, Dr. Singleton, slioiijiig the hall blockaded with is the guest of Ihu writer a few niul wife, Catherine Murphi, Cora jroceiies, iiigcliibles, canned goods days. Xunnellev, Air. and Airs. Ijiy, Kffio chickens, (pieucherV meat) couulry A. A. Robinson bought n bunch of Drve, Flounce Kppcrsou, Knniiie hum, itc, niul about 20 brothers and fat cattle from Green Howling, price llnbhlo Alnrjorie Cocking, llessie sisters standing iufioiil of Iho a 1lams7 All. Ilowimiu Owens and wife with salutiitmiw, ipid homo cents. goods are still coming 111. The JorMrs. llano Sutton and children All rcpoit a good time while llieic. Airs. Al. V. Owens, of Junction um bus been crossed, (lod hles.s Alul- of Ciiiciiiniili luivu returned after a Uit to the home of Mm. Margaret ( ity, was the guest of her iliiughtcr dleburg. A FltlRND. Airs. K. J. Tnnner lust week. uttoii. Jlcrm.in (iinn is reported sick tit Dinrihoca is ulwtivs more or less Mr. At. (I. Ahhiilge sold all of his prevalent during September. He prepersonal property hud Nntimla and lliis writing. Pi ciicliing at the Christian cluirch pared for it aill go in a tew days with his family ChaiiibcrlaiuV Colic, lo Texas. They lire good citizen ,pn 011 next Sunday morning and night Cholera mid Diarrhoea Itemctlv Is prompt and effeclunl. It can always will be greatly mii,sed in oiii hv tin- - ii'tstor Pro (libbatl. ,11c has rented his furm of Waller niul Ituv Alurphy are n le depciuled upon ami is pleasant to ricbool nt lluslotivllle. luke. For snlc bv nil dealers. more ihan a 100 acre to Jim Clark I ,! tor firid for next year, The community at large was shof k Notice! Poultry Raisers ed niul tit the same limij gricied when ho newt, reached here hn-- t Fiiduv morning of Iho death of Mr. 4-11-44 Af. F. Itout, whoso home is in Fav clle county, near Lexington, His CURES death wiih duo to a pistol shot tlini the hctirt. There wuh no one in tho Cholera, Gapes. Limberneck, Roup. Canker. room but tho fnmilv thmiLbt it iici.i. Diarrhoea and all Diseases or Poultry :x':i- -r tienlnl as ho was been eleuning i Mm Kti OVyuiL Dji.kown. Kr., urn "I Ut uwj Rrrlpa 4.IM4 lor jniJlluollltl.bl pistol ju&t u few moments before poulliv umtdf mM. IUufrPflu4llmLiMkillhoiillit. tho shot was lieu id. Jlilltird as he WJJO.mM.U.liumo, Kr ,ttn "Oadiopi4 l(ai WreJ iWlUl1IJ ItiltkfLnlpfciraibx Ita.t del iuJ.' t ffi cLklia liUalhwonHudidmMUi(liKkUilulJr. wus tannliarly called, was born and Nrg. tti Guviattcd bjr J. RobL Crumt, Birdttown, Ky. Price 50c it ill Drujfcbu, uiised tit thi place and was popular OLD BV with the young mid old. Tho heart PENNY'S DRUO STORE S IANFORD,, KENTUCKY. of tlm community gaes nut in sym- e vi-dg b--. vi-i, u, clni-knipar-soua-2 com-Ji'iiiilin-- - pair hore niiiles, Jwcksoniillc, 111., ar isitin their grandmother Air. It, ll .McKinnev. Air. C. I. Carter, of Atdnillc, K. C, and Mr. A. 1). Knot of Itoose-icl- t, Oklu., arc i isiling .Mr. J. S. .Murphy and liimily and to intend Ihu sale at' Air. Knot's farm which will be sold ne.t .Monday. .Mix. Jeny Smith and children who have been visititu; .Mi. Smith's mother. Mrs. It. 15. AleKinncy, for scleral iIiiVm returned to their home -- Sumlnv nllen it wn rHnu, tat thr ream ins or 1 nn.l iM , ,,,,,1 Iwn ron.nl on the link's i.um , ud halt mihn. nlh-i Hit kHthurilirH wiH inveatii;.iti tlo n.at-le- r tiMly Tiirwlay (hen nc will the facta. Key. Um (j Smhh ol Warsaw, urnved ve.turdaj. Alondiix ami , wis the twiMtir Ke. c. f. cieundi Ih 11 two weeU' iircling at the Hap. I ml church, ltd. Smith . oin- .as an able expounder of the truth of the Hible. There were scleral gneioiiK criorw in our lust One item was rciidurcd almost imivuitn-ablWe hope we will not be lo come up and wallop the tin Hi ivilli the whole Interior Journal force, but we are one of the bad from Hitler Creek and should another mistake ol the kind occur J fin need not be surprised shuuld fycloiic 011 a miiiiII scale lake pi. nuht 111 your siiii'liuu sitnitoriim It duos not take a of cry clear isu.n to see how deeily Henry Viitlenoti ik hlung by Ins Waterloo in the state (.omentum. The old 11.1111 has been a "hosi,'' in lux ,iy lut like all dogs, be had his day mid II Is good for dciniM-niptlm! I... has bleu lelegatwl (1. the read. If he limits to bolt like mun democrat, think he will do, just t him bolt. Tlh? Democratic partv can tivt ftloujt without him and ins pip, r, as il has in maiiv ihsliiiii'i' i.i.i., the wil will be purer without cilh- r. Henry i a minliti dead "pun" just now, and he seems to rca'ic tho , Hpo-ginphic- nl e. com-poll11 mus rninie rcitiuici lore t" mR n i h.in iiMMMiMfi,ai4b1s''."l'! rfsmwiitiiiiinn mn i'V n ikj ijm iWliW