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EVERY TUESDAY AND FRIDAY, ENTHUSIASTIC MEETING OF TEMPERANCE WORKERS POLITICAL SPEAKINGS HERE COURT DAY. Ad- - SANATORIUM ORCHARD First 9tt FWit Atakist McDermott and Morrow Reth sYess Goed Crowds of Demo af Saloon Taken Stiniay Nlrtht crats and Republicans. Toward V. I , m In antiaipntnlon of the filiiur of petitions asking n loenl option clrr-tio- n in Lincoln county witliin tlia next few months, tho pastors of the iour churehes of the city nt their Sunday morning services cnllcd n Jniws meeting nt the courlhoiiso for .Sunday night for the purioi of dis mussing the tiituntioii. Thu temper-nin- e rally ivus well aiiltendcd hy hoth tiieii ntiil women iiotwithstnud-in- n thu iiicletnunt wen I her mill much enthusiasm was manifested by thosu who will lend tin- - light nnlinl the of thu saloon in the county, Strong arguments, ending upon 1m Qinstinn people of the eity und oounty to rally in thin light wore nmilo hy the four pastors, iiml then J, .!. Dickey uctiug ns chair-tna- u called upon u uumlier of promi-- j rut citircus in thu uuilieuce for their viuws of the situation. All plod-e- d enthusiastic Mipport in thu light and mini! seemed mi lined to accept thu pica inudu on hoiiio parts thnt n high licensed saloon Mould prove n remedy for the present evils of tilind tigers, bootleggers etc., J. II. llaughmiiu, J. C. AlcClurj, Cliuencu E. Title, P. M. McRoherts, J. C Klor elite Hindu Hhort nud cnthusiastm talks for teuiKniuce. Councilman .1. A Allen declared that bung in u minority on thu question l1'? City Council, l.u was utlubfe to accomplish much toward putting thu b'uid liters out of business. Ho said that if given his way he would not only have I ho hlind tigers uxtcrmiuutid hut would ret use to the ho ft drink stands, two of which nxw in the citv. His remarks were vigorously apphiiided. S. M S.iuf-I- " haul that if the temperance lenders would not quit work nlle- - a locnl option Mftory had heuu won Jwt ee to it that official were eliet- J who were pUiL'cd to enforce the lnw wnd would enfor.ee tliein, the jnr.sceit condition of Mind tigers all .ner the lotintv would not exist nud no one would he suggesting the saloons as u renieily. It it said to he thu pi. in of tlii1 teiiiMT.lliie lender to ak eei can labile who shall offer fHr olfne ijoth in the uly and eounly jnsi where he stands on this ticstinu. 1 hose who shall seek, election to Iho eoinvil in November will ho asked to state what they will do admit the mutter and he placed on reuird the x'ople where they Hiatal on Je. lice-us- e op-T- le nee for lieutenant Koicrnor, spoke nt the courthouse, on behalf of tho democratic ticket, vliih) lit the Mime tune, Hon. Edwin l'.viorrow, of Senator Jlrndlcy was Hpenk-in- t; jn the opera houso on hchnlf of the repuhlienn ticket. Ilotli upenkera had Kood crowds nndweie listened lo with close attention Mr. Mot row vas introduced hy Count Chairman It. L. l)aixon, who madu u plea for repiihlicau 4iniinouy, nt thu mime timo pay in Ins respects in no uncertain terms to tho "hlj whites" ivlu h.nl holtel ll.u icpihli-(a- n convention here. .Mr. .Motroiv is u erv plausih'e pc.il.cr nud las u rcpiitiitiou n h a "rahhle rouser' and kept his nudienco n large per cent ot whidi was c ilorcil, leding good at all stag'"). No moie icpiYfCUt.itivo aii'liinre ever catherl to hear any politici' tlienker in tliii ojunly ihau .i.is in tho court house to hear .Mr. .McDermott. .Men camu limn l$o.le, (larrarn nu.l lloekcnslle to hear him nnd whcji lie l"'iiu uliniidt every scat in thu ourtroom nns tnki.ii ll'. Was introduced by Hon W II. Shanks, democratic nominee for in this county, nbo that never n iiis life I in be oted the demociutic ticket w,ih more sincere pleuHiire than !ic did this time, ami never before had it presented u higher ebis of enn to the xople. Mr. McDermltt h a hjliolarly speaker and discussed the is,ius of the campaign not in heat or paion but with ilam argument and old logic winch appeils to thinking nun nc-jih1 The political campaign in Lincoln wus formally opened in Htnnford Alomlnv afternoon when Hon, Kd ward J. .McDermott, democratic, nomi We arc Informed that on September 4th tho Crab Orchard Sanatorium changed hand, the ijew firm being now composed of J. I & W E. hpitlcr. Tho former owner, J. L. bpitlcr will he exclusive malinger utid patrons in tho 'future are assured of courteous treatment ni was common before the forming of the Into company In February Tho management wishc3 to inform the pnblit! that they hare rotniucd their former resident, Dr. II. R Spit-lto look after those who nre in need of drugless treatment. The management hns also retained V. J. ldiniston ns I'lijucmn-in-Cliie- f thus assuring to patients the of those two, caeli skilled in his own line of work, will work for Ins best interest nnd that the high Minion rd of work will remain where they have been nhle to maintain it in the past. The treatment as in the past will bo strictly of a drui;lc33 cliarno-te- r. including Spinal Adjustment for which this institution has he ome far famed The miinngcincut nlso wishes to inlorm the public thnt owing to i: confusion of names the new management has been fit to thu Sanatorium, and in the future it will he known us the Syitler Sanatorium, e Hill, nenf Crab Orchard, er Nu-Lif- Ky., Keniemher thu new namu in ad- dressing vour correspondence alo bear in imiid that, "a rose by any other name wcNhl still be u rose.'' McKINNEY. l he-lo- till IfchllC. -- Coulrnrv to expei tntion, tliu asking for a local option elee lion were not tiled on the countx court d.i Those securing the names lure titilil Ml davs for filing before n day designated lor the election, hut Die election inuM he called on n nvulnr county court dn.v. An injustice was done Joe I'oriiimn in ixsiie of ihe paper when it was Mated that he was circulating out of Ihe petition for mi election. Mr, J'ortimin etates llml lie is not doing so. so thnt this coiris-iioi- i is gladly niaile. Hi ports me fiom ilioc win. seem to know, llml the wets are Iiuiiiik Some III do tloiiMu in seeuiiii niiiiiev to t'lli.ineo then- cauip.in;u. A lliilii-l- T of the Ltn-lupior denluis who line hertloloic lieeu ulntl to ontri-Init- e - tory showed how -- ornpleiuly .ImUo hnnds would ho tied were hu elected, for the Icrit-latuis cil.nn lo bo democrato- - m .icconnl of the He cVmoerntiu holl-oc.- " senators pointed out that the democratic legis l.i to re will certatiil' not leel hound to nor willing lo suppjtt a iip.ibli- mi governor m an villi out bin pint form pleduo, A(i dill the only hope lor thosv who dcsiro piole.--su- c u bgislatloii in ICeiituV", and to lutvu good ncoiiiplislit for the i oimnouwealtli is to vote the dcinoerutix ticket, lie coinnn mgly nrgiud lliit on nil inipnita.it I'oa- ture.s, the demoi nine platform is imirli .stronger iud more cmpli.itic lu!e the peoIhau the reiuibheaii; ple of the whole slat" and country have complete coiu'ide.m o in Me-- ( rean and will follow him to vici'c-sir1 lie towaid smh an eliclioii fund, nie snid to hae lelusid lo "come .ii ross" at this lime, on m count of (he fact thai the aio el well Miti licit wilh louditloiis .is dle exist in Lincoln at picscut. Thei aie said lo Im si Din-- ; more lupior in the conn-- t now th.iu was eei sold under saloons nnd an I.. A. N rcpiesCnlctac heie is imtcd as mimii thnt moie whisky k heini: hhippeil into Stun, ford relit now thiin was ever ship-pi- d in M.Dennolt left on die .'.10 train for lMiisVille. At the conclusion of his speech In; was iiitiodiii-ci- i lo hundreds of democrats and was made glad to hem' of i!iu splendid piospeets for deinoc'.u V m this p.u. ot the state. lie declines that and whol. ticket is sure to onlMi'iue of win, tor he has III his people and tlicv aru tiled nud disgusted with tho and extravagance of th" plc.seiit admiiiiBti.ition in thu si. He's nt fairs. 1'Ians nre beinvc uiada for n big democratic rall cou.ity cai't (Icy in Ot tober, when lion. John S. Klu.i or Mime other ,iioumteut domoLiat will he irescnt. .Mr. -- ADDITIONAL LOCALS. . tor millions, Ihe other hand, a imtnliT of ed. Hie .Misses Lucile and Clara Cooper iirominent teiiipernnce lenders lireneut nt the incctiuu: Sundnv intslil left for New York this week to tak? plul'd hoth their time and money up their vvo'rk again in the school to fiyht for llieir cnii.c, so that they for thu Dent. Miss Essie Hurch, bus gone jo uo into the cninpai'.'ii ciithiisiastie V. Levvisburg. u., wheiu slid will nml confident of ietory. A rousing teiiiHrauce inectiin; was have a nice position in thu college i.lso held at llustonville 'Sunday this winter. Miss Mary Jlurcli lain niulit in which great eiithiiHiiisui wnii leturned to Stiuititon, Vn. Miss Josephine Warren left this nmnifostcd nud Ihe Went End was pledged to enter viyoioiisly Into the week for Talladaga, Ala., wheru she will teach in the school tor the deaf ll'iit against thu open hnloon. 11 WORK STARTS ON DEPOT. & X., const! uetiou crew coiisUlitu,' of 15 men cimn to town Sheiti Weddlc, of I'ulaski count v was heie Tuesday summoning juiors In go to Somerset to try the Helton ease, the terrible murder case nt Hiiriisule of a few months ago. 'ihere was some tall dodging in town when the officer's purpose was learn Thu 1. Saturday last and work was started on St.mfoictV now fcbu immcd-iiilcl- y de- pot. Thu went wiii it tho ohl Jeptit wit torn down hut thu icmaiuder of ohl huildiii),' will ou lot t MiiuditiK te until thu new station is nciuly cnii-plefor the latter will hu placed exactly in the center nt die railroad's lot so that the old depot will not interfere with cotistruj'tiot. woik. n ends ntt stomach mitciy inelniling indigebtion. or money back The best prescription for stomach trouble on earth. Q. L. Penny Kiiur-nntc- c 50a it. this term. Miss Ina Martin ,of Sharpsburg;, is the guest of Miss Jennie I'epples. fruteruitj Lost. Knppn Sigmn pin, star ju a crescent, set in peailn and emeralds, reward for rem lit to 7'J-Ibis oflice. The Jumbo Camp Meeting vvill be continued over next Sunday. Large crowds have been in attendance, luite it number going over from Stnn ford Sunday. Hevs. Woldridge aud Mcflowan nro preaehin" nt their best and ureal conviction is falling on the people. Come pi living that Ood will give us the greatest meeting thnt old Jumbo Cuum has ever had. (let your reserved seat tickets nt Suugars and Tanner's Drug Store, tor J. A. Cohuru's tuiustrol. li Inst Friday for nu extended trip south. 'J hey will visit several places of interest while awav mciodm.' and Dickson, Tenn. Returning they will coiuu hack lij tli. way ot Howling fl recti wheiu they will visit Dr. SinglctonV brother Dr. I., fl. m. gleloii, a rising dentist, of that place lliey will lie gone aliout 10 davs. A wedding of ipute a httlu ie. maneo was solemnized nt 1.- - Mi.ih!. tlist parsonage by lev. J. J Dickey at Stanfoid on last Thursday atter- I.OOII, tllC ContlllCtlll"' imrll,.. Ii.nri.. .Miss Toney Fletcher, ol Sciencu Hill nml .Mr. W. Hicks ot Faluiouth, K Miss Fletcher is a inu.ii. t...i..l,i.r nu.l has been fiwbmg a class lor several weks licre, while Mr. Hicks is also n music instructor nu.l In.,. K...... tlllchlm; Olir baud hovi for u.u,rl ela.vs. Miss Fletcher is u very impa- mr joimg lailj and hns a host of friends here and in her home town. Mr. Hicks comes to ik lii.iiU- - .......... mended as n man ot sterling ipinli-tie- s and is to u congrntulnttd on winning stub a joung lady as Miss Fletcher for a help nnte through lite. Their many friends extend to tl.cm congratulations and all good wishes for a Ion.: and happy life. Mr. and Mrs. Hicks will remain in town for a few days and then tlicv will leave lor Mr. Hicks home in Falmouth. What is the matter with the Chris tian people, f the town nud that they do not attend tho Wednesday night I'mver meeting at the Haptist church? The ciowds are small and very little interest is beinj; nluiwii in these meetings. Theie are enough Christiiiikpeople in this town to till the house every Wednesday night and whj they urc not there we can't see, unless it is through indifference. Why not all the good of the town go to these nicitings ami make them interesting nail hclplul to die tnwuf Who! ever von do. don't mUs die big Hand Concert nud Box Supper on the lawn of II. II. Metcnlf. on next Salurdav night September lfith. Mr. Ilmks. the baud instructor, hits a verv iuteicsling program nrrenged for the occasion nnd n good timo for ei civ one who comes. This Concert will be given hv the band bovs and every one should make an rt to come and help the boy to make Ibis a siicei'ss. Mr. J. S. Murphy attended Iho Mo'iticello fair last week mid '.ajs the fair was good nnd lots ot good stock weie shown. The Literary Society met last Friday nighr'aud elected new officers for Ihe tent'. Tho-- o eleeted wiro Mr. Metcnlf. I'lesident; Prof. John-so- u ns vice president: nnd J. S. Murphy ns Secretary. The society has st.trti'd.out with n good attendance anl we bone Ihe neonle will nil tnlx n part in it nnd make it a success. uur nnnii oovs went over una li the music for I hem. The society will meet on next IVidav iiiidit nt the school house. 1 com-tnuni- ty ef-lotur-nis- Dr. T. II. Singleton nnd wile leit NEW LAUNDRY. After having tried for some lime we have succeeded in securing the agency for the M. &. N.. Laun.lrv ot exinglon, Ivv one of the finest in the Stute. All patronage will ho incepted. Wilkinson and Carter. Hy an oversight tho announcement for the Hitch CJuli recital wns omitted in Friday's paper consequently the entcitninment has been postponed until this evuning, , gelding $152.50 W. A. Trilhle bay colt $37.50 CHAMP CLARK TO Uriah Dunn to J. II. Hnugbmnn FOR RAUGHMAN'S mare SALE. ling filly $130. 0. H. Hruner yearSPEAK HERE OCTOIEIt 23. $115. C .P. IJrown to K. Tromr Jamca McCormack two colts at $50 Almost 300 Head of Cattle, Horses Kehlinjr $212. 50. Dates For Lyceum Clufc's Five Enand $12.50. and Mules. Sold Near V. S. Carpenter to Charles Kern B. D. Holtrclaw threo colts at $35, tertainments in Stanford are $100,000. mnro $155. $37.50 und 35 Announced. J. L. Hcnzley to Jam.cs Woods ! Jumcs McCorrasck colt $80. The bijrgcst snlcs held in this pnrt year-ol- d Relding $160. B. I). Holtzclnw maro of Kentucky in many yenrs were George ('. Givens to W. T. Tucker $100. Tho Itcdpath Bureau has notified conducted Inst week by the J. II. gelding $135. J. II. OoiTgin sorrel mare $72.50. the Stanford Lyceum Club of the limighman Livo Stock Company, of It. C. Niinnellcy to II. G. Govcr B. I). Iloltzclaw mnro dates of the five splendid attraclliii city. The sales were scheduled tions of thei coursu which will bo gelding $170, $07.50. to cover two days, Wednesday. nnd J. Ncvin Curler to Mitchell Taypresented hero at the opera houso J. U. Rogers bny nuiro $75. Humility, but so great was the lor gray mnro $200. B. D. Holtzclnw bay maro $97.50 this winter. The dutes nssigncd are crowd of buyers nnd so many wcro M. S. Haughman bought gray jenJnmes McConnnck bay more $80. as follows: tho offerings that it third day wits net 37.50. Chump Clark, October 23. B. D. Holtzclnw grey mnro $95, iiuceeHory to dispose of nil thu stock G. II, llrtiiier bought black jcnnclt Mendelssohn Qunrtct, Nov. 10. J. F. Holtzclnw maro nud colt put up, and thu mile was not con $57. llcno, the Magician, Nov. 24 $07.50. cluded until lute tndav. Altogether S .M. Owens to Chnrles Kern four .Musical Four, Jan 0. B. D. Holtzclnw sorrel maro $75. nlmost 3,00 head of cuttlo nnd mules year-ol- d old hay gelding $100. Orchestral Kntcrtainers, Feb. 29. J. II. Goggin mnro $75 'were sold under tint linnmw.r liv Dr. G. 0. Peiry to Hnl Muir maro These nre four us high clnas B. D. Holtzclnw bny mnro $70. Am tionecrs T. D. English and I. M. millet colt $125. Adam Pence pair black marcs entertuiiunens ns enn be found upon, mum, oc ianviiie, and a total ol alDr. (I. 0. Perry to Hnl Muir black $125. ojiy ljceum courso and will undoubtmost i 100,000 was realized from the maro $112.50. edly meet with tho appreciation they Felix- - White grey mnro $32.50. Ihreu dnjs' snles. I!iieis were here Mrs. Hush to Trnjlor West bay Dnvo Kmbry jellow maru $37.60. serve from the people of Stanford. from all over Kentucky, Tennessee, nnro $72.50. Each number i'l of tho Highest class W. H. Smith sorrel mare $25. ami fnr down in Georgia and the nml the program is so diversified J. II. Haughman bought coming 3- -i L. M. Johnson grey mure $10. hiildmg was brisk nt all times. Tho ear-ol- d bay mare $175. J. II Haughmnu white maro $00. that a plensintr variety of entertnin- tnins of the past two weeks have Consiqnmrnt of Forestus Reid. A. T. Nunnelley hay mare $57.50. ments is secured. worked wonders for for the grass H. D llolt.clnw sorrel gelding by Champ Clark, Speaker of the W. I'. Kincaid ronn maro $57.50. in this part of Kentucky and every Mimic Wilkes House oflienicsentntivcs and of the $180. Garner Pricu bay mare $47.50. farmer seemed anxious to secure democrats prominently mentioned at J. T. Lester, sorrel mare hy MimWill Adams brown marc $00. stock to iced during the winter. Thu ic Wilkes $172.50. J. B. Hogers brown mare $52.50. n presidential cnndnluto will bo tho last dajs' sales were as follows; G. II. Hruner liny iilly by Dorsey B. D. Iloltzclaw grey mnie $72.50 first number, and his lecture nlonc Second Day's Sales. will ho worth the price of the seaGolddust $125. J. H. Hogers grey mare $30. Surrcl mnrorLil Miur Illooinfield T. D. Chestnut bay maro by Mimic son tickets. The whole lyceum W. P. Kincaid buy mate .$10. tll!.j. course is endorsed hy tho ministers Wilkes $140. B. 1). Holtzclnw grey mnru $30. Timber-hik- e mare, Tol of Stanford, und everyone who apWm. Tremere, sorrel gelding, J. II Baughmnn grey mare $75. flJO. by Dorsey (Jolddust $170. Miller McCormuck hav mare preciates a high class list of attracFiic-,- 1 car-ol- d maru Hal .Muir $203 Wm. Themerc liny gehlinp, $115. $87.50. tions of the character secured. mare Tol Tnnbei-lakTho season tickets hnvo been ar'. II. Cluiiiich bny gelding by Ger- J. H. Honors Imv mnm f57 f,( $105. J. II. Bniibmaii white gelding $17.50 ranged so thnt thoso who buy them nldiu Simmons $122.50. Pair marcs Tol Tim may engage, und reserve in advance . I'. Mncanl liny mnru $4.). J. T. Lester, blnck marc by beilnke $!2.'j3. their seats for the whole course, W. P. Kincaid roan mnru $53. 10$. maru Jones Ilaugh-ma- n AV. I'. Kiucuid roan mine's nolt selecting the scats desired at tho F. II. Denlimr). marc nnd colt $10. $13 j. time ot puithnsc nnd having them $37.50. Clel Clnimch bay marc $30. maru Mitchell Tay15. D. Iloltzclavv colt out of same Kmbry Bros., spotted maru $G2.50 marked for the whole course. The lor ().'). prices fixed nre considered very reaCarroll Shanks, $37.50. mare S. J. Hell, $95. sonable, being; $2.50 for seats withH. D. lloltrclavv bay muru thor- mnre $07.50. Five jcar old mare. Hal .Mini llfl) oughbred S J. Kmbry. Jr.. brown inure in the lirst eight rows of the house, $12.50. Five-- j ear-ol- d mare S. J. Hell ;fl7o nml $2 for scats bnck of these, James Woods, sorrel marc and $57.50. Cataloque Sale. J. L. Holtzclnw bay mure $02.50. 'this makes nn nverngo of 50 and Henry Ncwl.nul to H. W. Oninet, colt $152.50. SO cents per attraction for the se(lamer Prige bli'y marc $47.50. Clel Claunch five venr old mate 3- - ear-ol- d horse ill.". Jnmes McCormnck hav mare ries, a ery low price, taking into $77.50. Henry Ncwlnnd to Q. S. Hrown, consideration the quality nf tho at$192.50. Mitchell Tajlor mare mule $117.50 tractions Members of the Lyceum B. 1). HolUeluvv giey marc $105. marc mule $112.50, Henry New land to H. W. Gainis, ,1. U. Bmiglunuii buy horse $123. Club will be glnd lo list those who deOther Consignments mure mule $175, sire season tickets. Those who come James AtcCormack mare $200. lleniy Nuwland to Mitchell Taj-lo- r 7- -j G. Spooiiamore lo J. H. Bnuglimnn first Mill be able to secure tho choicJ. II. Batiglimau bay mnro $125. car-ol- d may mare $150. nnru mule f07.30. est reservation of scats for tho G. Spoonnmorc to J. II. Haughman Charles Lutes lo W. P. Kincuid five-yeold marc mule $105. Reserved seals nn snle UViInos- - course, as the seats will ho assigned five jenr old hay gehlitig $125. G. Spoonnmorc to Wiifc Tremere 3 (lay morning for Cohuru's minstiel In Ihe order that the tickets nro Charles Lutes to Jus Woods sold. It will bo a case of first como jear old marc mule 132.50. ai onugaro nnu innners. bay gelding $133. first served. Tickets may be secur J. W. Haughman to H. D. Holtz-cl.tv- v W. A. Harney lo Dr. J. P.. Heck, pony $95. Miss Stella Hnplcy has returned ed from Welch Rochestci, Hax's Fos of Wilinoie, inure fill). A. 'f. Niinnellcy to Wm. Tremere, to Olntlu: KnusaS, wheic she wi'l ter, Prof. J. W. Ireland or S. M. W A. Hlltnev to S.im llnrik fmiv . the Feirell mare $152.50. teach in the school for the deaf Saufley. jenr old giey gelding $103. Mrs. Julia Sims to J. II. Haughnguin this term. W. A. Harney, to James Woods, HUBBLE. stallion hy Don four year old grey gelding $137.50. man two-.- x ear-ai- d Mrs. Thomas Wilder who was bad M. II. Hcnzley to W. P. Kincaid Vnrrick $150. Contractor J. A. Allen, is putting Mrs. Julia Sims to J. II. Haugh-.na- n up n mighty pretty bungalow for Mr. lv hurt in a runaway last week is tin ce-- i ear-ol- d black gelding $175. stallion by Don- - fdid Mrs. James II. Woods on the getting some better. Mrs. Ira Tajlor, to J. N. Mene-fe- e J. W. Stignll nnd B T. Goggins, Chnrles Lutes to Win. Tremere 7- - .unction City pike. Ihree-.- v ear-ol- d pony $132.50. of Somerset were visiting John Gog- sorrel horse $173. Mrs. Ira Taylor to J. N. McnelVi j ear-ol- d L. J. II. Haughman Livo Stock Co., spent Wenren Hughes, of Memphis, s. gin and nttending the Bnughrpnn I citrine mare colt $17.50. several davs with tho home-folk- snle. to Henry Kitts j curling filly $75. S. T. Powell to J. S. Haiighman 4 Lindsay Smith lias returned from J. II. Haughman Co., to J. II. jear old horse $107.50. Somerspl when ln line liMn in vicitAlfred Carpenter, Hughes & Martin to J. II. Ilaugli-ma- n Hiui'hmnii pair five venr old black went to Indianapolis of Hustonvilt, Snturday to friends nnd attend the fair. blnek gelding J. II geldings $250. his futher, J. S. Carpenter. Jonathan nud Lindsay Rankin atJ. II. Haughman Co., to J. II. I Haiighman $177.50. Haughman five jenr old gelding $100 ome, who underwent nu operation tended the fair nt Somerset. Hen Fiidcrw nod to J. II. Ilaitgri-imi- ii Nannie Sloan has returned from J. II. U.uiglumfii Co., to J. II. there. old bay gelding $197.50 W. P. Kincnid sold u nice livery Somerset where she had been to visit 2 normau M. S. Uaugbmau. Jr.. to J. JC. horse lo Herndon & Wnlker, of Lan i datives ond be at the fair. Ruughuinn, Shetland stnlliou Jesse $147.50. Jessie aud Stella McKechnie visitJ. H. Bauqhman Live Stock Co's.. caster Monday for $140 Alverson $127.50. ed Miss Annie Fishback nt Mt. VerStock J. II. Haiighman to L. W. Norton FARM FOR 3ALE1 non last week. Sum Harris bay gelding $135. two..venr-ol- d stnlliou pony $90. Miss Ina Martin, of Sbarpsburg, Jamck Harris grey colt $130 J. K. Haiighman to II. G. Govcr xx ill tell We prlTateiy a farm ot is visiting Miss Mary Rankin fivc-jeJames Harris grey colt $145. old $140. 130 acres In Lmcon county, Mrs. Wm. Smith of Perryiille, U James McCormack grey colt $105; about one-haHenry Haiighman to II. G. Gover Ky., mile from Crab Orch- visiting her sister Mrs. J. II. Weaver fcume brown colt 87.50. horse mule colt $0.7. ard, olcely located, mostly bottom Mrs. L. C. Weaver und son Jesse George Spoonnmorc black horse land, very productive. J. K. Every acre to T. D. Chestnut colt $82.50, and one at $87.50. tillable, an abundance or stock water have returned from Wayne county, foiu-- j ear-ol- d lior.se $105. and especially adapted to corn and where they have been visiting sev- S .II. Haughman hay colt $87.50. J. K. Haiighman to Charles Hohon trass. Good tenant house ot three einl davs. Last Day's Sale mare $170. roomg Mr. Walter Fitzpatrick, of SomerF. Keid to W .P. Grimes, thrce-- j Apply on farm. Terms reasonable Wilson Alexander to J. II. flog-gin- s at once to. set was visiting his brother F. F. five-.- v ear-ol- d en old filly by Tho Warfield $200. grey maru ?125. It. n. llronaugb, Agent. 4Mf FiUpatrick lastweek J. II. Haughmnu bay mure $70. M. II. Heuzley to W. H. Hurton F. Ileid to Henry Haughman four- -j soirel gelding $220. ear-ol- d mare by Dorsey flolddust M. II. Hcazley to J. K. Haugh-mu- n $200. brown pony $80. W. P. Grimes W. P. Kincaid to A. T. Nuunelley maru ?1.;2.50. GRADED SCHOOL AUDITORIUM pony $97.50. I). S. Carpenter to G. I J. Hruner J. II. Haughman il Co., five-- j ear-ol- d bay main $225. gelding $135. Ipimc Shelby to John Cress the W. P. Kincaid s,oirel irnre $127.50 J. H. Haughman sorrel marc $177,-3stallion Hed Leaf $90. EIGHT O'CLOCK. D. S. Carpenter to Mitehdl Tnjlur Club Motto. Progress is a duty of life. 11. iiine-- x cur-ol- d D. Iloltzclaw, grey jack Pe.vton, $400. J. K. Haughman to G. H. Hruner imire $132.50. PROGRAM. three-.- x car-ol- d J. II. Haughmnu five- - car-ol- d jennet $52.50. Plana March from Fifth Symphon y J. K Hatighmiin to Jnmes Messcr laare $123. Ra(f H. D. Iloltzclaw and colt Jf05. The Story of a Tack nittio Male Quartette . .Parks , M. S. Haughman to J. II. Uaugli-ma- n $105. Piano Caprice Wachs I W. Norton from Furris & Co., Readlna When He Met His Waterloo bay gelding pair mares $250. $152.50. Piano Overture Norma Rossellm M. S. Haughninit ta S. II. Haugh-mn- n Bass Solo Selected J. II. Haughniuu fivc-- j ear-ol- d ' Reading Crossinq the Bar mare .$125. Shetland colt $02.50. Tennyson Dick Scmlder lo J. 11. Woods, fim Same maro $175. Piano Rhapsodie j Lisn cnr-ol- d flail gelding Whlstllno Solo Spriim Senq pony $115. llav Mendelssohn Male Quartette Woman M. h. Iintuhinmi to Tilford Alev-iind- $1 12.50. ,, Parks pony colt $40. Charles Lutes from C. P. Drawn Readlna Death of Sidney Cortan, From a. Tale of Two Cities Dickens M, S. Hiiiighimin to James Woods iive".vear-ol- d gelding bv King Kuglo Piano Militalre Galop Bohm pair two v ear-ol- d $190. mules $282.50. Reader Miss Bertha Jackson, M. S. Haiighmau to S. G. Hrovru A. T. Nunnellev Si Di, Jr., black Whistler Miss Berta Jean Penny. mule $92 50 stnlliou .$150. Bass Soloist Prof. J. W. Ireland. M. S." Haiighman to J. K. Haiiirh-nin- ii i. If. Haughmnu Hiqh School Male Quartette. muru $30. d mail' main coming Pianists Bach Club. Sitmu $Ki2 50. horsu $27,50. IJ. D. Holtxclavv grey uimo $120 M. S. Iiaughtanti to J. K. ll.uigh-ma- n BACH CLUB ROLL CALL. mare mule, cAniiug three, $105. Same grey mute $100. S. T. Hrnvvn to David Morirnn h.tv J. II. Haughmnu tram S. II. Haugh t'.ifia Biiugluunn, President, Thomas. Coleman Vice President, Josephine Awm gruy horse $90. jreldinir $100. , Cnipenter, Secretary. Dr. J. C. Parker to John Miflumis Pearl Fields, LIssu lloluduvr Mary Klirnbeth MeKinney, Kale Same from suincgruy mnru $110. Newlnnd, Harry Rclnhnrt, Mary Monimn Mntheny, AJinie Davis Sainii grev mare and colt $185. soinl pony $72.50. M. S HiiiiL'liiimn In Chnrles ICein Mary Moore Raney, Minnie Singleton. S. W. Game's mule sorrel hoi so $122.50. from N. W. Pipes, $100. MISS ELLEN BALLOU Instructor. Dr. Hugh Itcid to Jumes Woods Jitines McCorumek black fillv colt foui'Venr-ol- d light star filly $7.and $15 res- - Club Flower mare $130. ami Club Colors. George W, Martin to J. H. Dangli- - pectivelT, Daisy Yellow and White. ld ld four-jcnr-o- ld ld four-year-o- ld Four-.vear-o- ld four-ycitr.ol- d, e, four-iear-tild 011-fill- in Five-year-o- ld Five-year-o- ld three-vcur-nlil ld threc-jenr-ohi iiine-ycar-old ar ld ld ld ii ld nr lt HauL-hiiia- n four-.vear-o- ld -ki Bach Club Recital, three-year-o- ld three-venr-o- ld Tuesday Evening Sept. 12, 1911, 0. ld thrj;e-.venr-o- ld fiic-jenr-o- ld er ,,... Ihice-vear-o- hl fuu-venr-o- ld tluee-jcar-ol- thiec-venr-n- hl A J S- .1 Ti ft Ti Ts'ffr'lJT1 "' r " THE INTERIOR JOURNAL, STANFORD, KENTUCKY. TUESDAY. SEPTEMBER 12 18 1 1, jrf : Fall is Here And We Have Everything to Keep You warm and dry Our clothing & shoe stock is1 now com- plete. "M Call and ask to see something in our new Fall Line V MUST OF SUMMER SAM ROBINSON Stanford, Ky. SUM !i 1 GOODS GO GOODS. barrels of money. They brought big crowds to town, nnd gave mntcrial nssistanee in putting Stanford on the map ns the horse, nnd cnttlc center for this part of the state. Tuo more enterprising, energetic nnd progressive business men enn not be found in any community nnd Lincoln county is glad to china lliem for her own. V. wick, Sndie Collier, Ihrdio Perkins, nml Miss 1'nltie l'crkiii, of Ml. Vcr DAUIHERTY lion, Ment. Frank Ilolinnn, Everett Established 1872 Spifler, Albert Tilfrcy, Joe N'npier, Mr Kliin Daughcrty, Charlie .Moore, nml Clifford Collier, nged 71, HELTON M. SAUFLEY,... Publisher Miss Hca'io knows how o rntrrlnln died nt her home near Coffey school her friends, even if they diutild sur- house, Snturdny of ill incident to 11 A YEAR STRICTLY IN ADVANCE prise her. old ngc. She had "not been in jrood health since three yearn buck when PREACHERSVILLE the (h n Kiitferer from Kinnllox, Batered at the postofflco at UtaO' The rctddcncc of Grant llammonds which disease settled on her brain.ford a second class mall. n fanner living two miles East on I S'IC ''ad been so had tho last month tho Cnnnnn turnpike, was consumed "" her death wns not unexpected. For Governor Jnrucs 11. McCreary. For lalouL governor E. J. MrDcnnctt near midnight of Inxt Sunday, bv Mrs. Dnuglierty is survived by nino For Treasurer Thos. S. llhea. fire. None of the l'unuly were nt children, nil ol wlmm are grown. For Secretary of State O. F. Crece- - home nt the time nnd it is not known They nro William, Jack, John, Tom. itus. Lib and Joe: also" Msdames Sarah how the fire originated. Mr. HamFor Attorney Gonernl Jnmcs GarnetL monds, who wns returning from Crab l)aughcrt, Laura B. Snow den uiul For Auditor II. M. Itomnrlli Inst,, dor husband thu Orchard first saw the fire und gave Hannah For State Superintendent ot Schools the nlnrm. ijotne fentherbeds were Into W. J, Dnuglierty Jinving precedUnrksdalo llamlett. The loss is ed lier to the grave some seven years For Commissioner Agriculture J. W. the only things about $3,fil)0 partly covered by !,- - ago. , Newman. Deceased was born nnd reared in For Clerk Court of Appeals II. U 000 insurance. Greene. Mrs. Charity King, nged about CI Casey county nnd was a sister of For Ilaliroml Commissioner Ws F. j ears, died nt Norman, Okla., after our Yoscmite correspondent, Col. Klnlr. She had been u an illness of months from tubercu- Thos. Benson. For Circuit Judge Charles A. Har- losis. Dccensed is snnived by her strict member of the Blue Lick Bapdin. huslmnd, Mr. G. W. King and one tist chiin.h for many years, having W. II. Shanks. Fo Ucprcsentntnc sun, Mr. Carlo B. King. Mrs. King been a member of tho church uinco was n kind Christian lady, well liked the age of lb'. After services by Tlic J. II. Haughmnn Live Stock by all who knew her. She was n Mr. J. C McCInry, her remains were Company's three days' sale was n ctrict member of the Christian church laid to re- -t in the old Campbell bury big thine for Stanford nnd Lincoln Her remains were laid to rest in a ing ground near Turnersvillc. county in every sense of the word cemetery, there. Mrs. King hud n 0TTENHEIM. Even body hopes tho promoters mmlc host of friends in Lincoln who will The In'ierior Journal. -- Hats Hats - We are showing today a magnificen line of 1 suol. MEN'S HATS The reliable John B. Stetson hats in full or farmers' shape in hoth light and dark colors at t, mourn her denth. wns Her maiden name Smith and II. C. Jones, of Brodhead. were nt J. M. Cress' John ftigsby fell on his porch and broke a rib, but has gotten nbout .1. J. l'ursifull. well. E. IJidwell, Ly sccrctnry of tl7e stntc Kncing Commission, and WE WILL SACRIFICE EVERY PIECE Kfi n J. L. Beazley & Co Gov. Willson, ha leaving a. shortage of $1200 in his accounts. "Bid" was IN OUR HOUSE, TO GET READY FOR FALL TRADE FALL GOODS the newspaper reporter who publishARE COMING IN EVERY DAY AND WE WANT TO MAKE ROOM FOR ed such glowing reports of Willson during his campaign for Governor. THEM. COME IN AND LOOK THROUGH OUR STOCK OF GOODS. From that the people learned of Willson afterwards, it seems that WE CAN PLEASE YOU IN PRICE AND QUALITY. "Bid" shortchanged the people be Report of Condition of fore he got n chnnce at the funds THE LINCOLN COUNTY NATIONof the racing commission. AL BANK. At Stanford, in the state of KenCRAB ORCHARD. tucky, nt the close of business, Sep Our graded nnd high school open- tember 1, 1911. Resources: , ed September 1th with 150 pupils 73 enrolled. Dr. George H. Lyne rend Loans & Discounts ... 303,707 the 23rd Psalm and led in prayer. Overdrafts Secured, nnd 17,037 73 Unsecured Mr. Clarence Woods, of Richmond, mado a Tine talk to the school teach U. S. Bonds to Secure Cir100,000 00 culation .ers, pupils parents nnd trustees. The county school graduates who Premium on U. S. 500 00 received their diplomas can enter Bonds 3,500 00 the high school here, without paying Bonds, Securities, etc.. nny tuition. We arc indeed proud Banking House, rurni- 5,300 00 ture, and Fixtures.. of our school, with Prof. Everett of Bowling Green, ns principal, lie is Duo from National Banks 111 71 (Not reserve agents) a fine young man with clean morals Due from Approved Reand best of nil a Christian man. 0.S24 33 serve Agents Miss Evn Taylor, of Somerset is uni- again welcomed in our midst. She Cheeks and Other Cash 341 SG , Items has charge of the sixth nnd seventh grndes. Miss Sallic McWhorter, one Notes of Other National 105 00 Banks of our excellent young ladies lias the fourth nnd fifth grades. Miss Fractional paper, Currency 172 0J Nickels and Cents . . . Collins, of Bowling Green nhs charge uf the primary and music depart- Specie ..12,009 00 ments. Parents should not miss the Legal tender 300 00 Notes golden opportunities that extends to 12,309 00 their children, in music U3 well as other educational lines Let each Redemption Fund with U. S. Treasurer (5 per cent parent strive to help the teachers 3,000 00 in their efforts, for they ever need our help and encouragement. 492.llt Total - Miss Myers, of Alabama and Mrs. Cass, of Brodhead were the welcome Liabilities: guests of Mr. nnd Mrs. J. L. Collier Capital stock paid in ..$100,000 00 lust week. 100 100 00 May dnd Stella Campbell accom- Surplns rnnd AW'f II II HI V Jill s. m panied by their father went to Cin- Undivided profits less Ex2.1S2 08 penses nnd tuxes paid cinnati last week. They will enter National Bank Notes school nt Bcrea next week. 100 000 00 Outstanding We nre glad work has begun on concrete pavements. Our streets Due. to other National 594 22 Banks certainly need working on. Winter Individual deposits tains coming on makes it hard walk ing, especially for schol children subject to .$140,488 37 Miss Annn Thompson spent a fen cheek Demand certificates of days with Miss Myrtle Murray. 17,500 00 The Lincoln county bible schooj lepositi DON'T BE TOO dENEROUS. Get Ready For Cold Weather convention which the writer hail ihe with the cement, lime, etc., you get 157.9SS 37 pleasure of attending wns a credit to from ui. Remember tnat all our build including cerWhy not have your nouse heated Crab Orchard We nre sorry more Bills payable, stronger than log materials are mucn tificates of deposit for of the men did not attend this meetthe ordinary and you can therefore with hot water? 31,000 00 money borrowed ... use less than ordinary quantities. II We have In our employ one of the ing they missed some impottant 24C Pf you like we'll tell you Just how to statements. The 6tata worker, Bro. Reserved for taxes ... nix them to get the best results at best hot .water and steam fitters In Frazie certainly knows hjs work and the state. the least cost. Come in and ask us. Totnl - - - fJ02,112 22 docs it well. Mr. Montgomery showed Let us figure with you we guaran :is plainly howwe should make the State of Kentucky county of LinJ. A ALLEN, StMftri, Ky. tee our work. most of time. Many of ns fnl! to coln ss: W. K. WARNER, I W. M. Bright cashier of of the see the opportunities presented to Mrs. Mcltoberts knows how rbove named bank, do solemnly us. 'Phone 188. Stanford, Ky. to handle the little folks of hlr class c.wear that the above statement is It is very necessary to know how to true to the best of my knowledge W. M. BRIGHT keep and interest them after we win and belief. Cashier, them. She seems to have the keySubscribed nnd sworn to before note. Miss Paulino Jlocker is ft fine speaker. She gave u fine description me this Clli dav of September, 1911 Eqfls I5c of the iurnntiouul Sunday school W. A. Curson, Notary Public. 9c Hens Correct Attest: T. C. Rankin, convention. 4c Wax We need more young ladies nnd S, II, Shanks, V. O. Wnlker. 10c Turkeys Director. young men liko her. She will some Ducks 7c dny liavo. many stnrs in "her crown Hides 8c QUAIL. for earnestness and zeul for her Eld. D R. Gentry filled his Saviour, may she ever be true nnd nt Providence Sunday faithful to the cause. Bro. I). M. Walker showed us plainly the needs veek. F. Long has had a very sick UNDERTAKER AND EMBALMER . itrown enniinues of Missionary spirit in the Sunday cliiM. .Joint school, Also he und Mr. Woods i bout the snme. Mrs. Cora Pnntt STANFORD, - KY . Office 'Phone 167. Home 'Phone SI gave nn eiithusinstic talk on. the li- nnd dauchters of Indinnnpolis nre PHONE 153. William quor uuestinu. Oh, that every child 'siting, G. W. 'Thompson. FALL AND WINTER STYLES. ':'nylor sold to Frank Coleman, nf of God would fi;:h t the liouor with all tho might and power, rear Ottenheim, n pnir of four year My new fall and winter a u tuples tiou bought are now ready for your inspection. let us get united on this grent ques- old work mules, for $205, nnd They comprise the best on the market tion before it gets n strong hold on of Andy Acton n pair of two year AND UNDERTAKERS can suit anyone as to price who had our boys nnd girls nnd young folk?. old for 21fi. Born, to the wife of ALSO -- DEAL. bis clothes mad0 ti; order. A suit The convention meets nt Stanford tflbert Elder on tho 2ltb of Aug. it made to your meaBUie is preferable next j car. ER IN FURNITURE, MAT. nine pound girl. Corn cutting will to ready made clothes. To have them Miss BcAic Reynolds had a pleas onn lie Iho order of the dav. Mm. TINGS, RUGS. THEY WILL made to measure doesn't cost any evening u few P. O. Oriffin is visiting relatives nt FURNITURE EXCHANGE more than ready maae when quality nut sm prise, Friday folRridwnort. Tnd.. Alex Proctor, the FOR ALL KINDS OF STOCK. and fit Is considered. Com0 In and young folks called on her. The lowing were present: Misses Nancy picture man is doing a splendid GIVE THEM A CALL. PRICE let me take your measure. H. C. RUPLEY, The Practical Tailor. und Knto Napier. Melsadio Chad- - business. RIGHT. David Adams, nnd family of Stanford, visited J. W. Brown. The meeting nt Watt's Chappell, conducted by Revs. W W. Brock and L. D. Gooch is progressing finely with 15 ndifitions to date. Messrs. J. J. Smith r.nd Wiu. arc two lf Rockcastle's citizens who nre good patrons of their county fair, bnving nttended every day since its first exhibition sixteen years ngo. That's "going some" Hy-sing- er LL. MBS Crab Orchard, Kentucky. Success THE NEW PEORIA- -A lar young lady both of Ottenheim were married here Wednesday Aug. 30th at the Lutheran church which wns beautifully decorated with flowers for the occasion. After the cere monies tho guests who numbered nbout 83 were entertained nt tho home of the Initio where a splendid ennner was served. Mr. Cluis (lang-lo- f er veil the good old beer for refreshments. Music was furnished by the Ottenheim band. Mr. Albert r. Neff. band Among the guests were Mrs. Leo Eyer, Mrs Fred Bjjcr, Jr., mil MiJs Lmma Bayer, ol Cincinnati. Mr. Luzins, old his farm in n Canadian mnn for $2,000. Mr. James Meredith sold his fnrm to the same party for fl,230. Born, to the wife nf n;,.i,r.f Wicntjics n fine baby girl. Mr. renlinand bhmtzler raised a fine crop of potatoes of which ho hns nbout 400 bushels. Mis. Maria Ludwig and daughter Paula returned to their home at Hamilton. O., alter a two weeks' visit with their frieiuls here. mn-te-- Mr, Herman Disteli, a fine young Jiinn, nnd Miss Freda Bayer, a popu- We sold last year several New Peoria Grain Drills to be thoroughly' tested in every way. The new Disc Furrow Opener followed by a shoe enables you to deposit grain in the furrow at a form depth. The drills have proven a success and we recommend them. Call and gel; circulars and become posted. Messrs Harry Stngg and Howard Walker, of Knoxville. nre the guests of Mrs. Jessie Stncg. Mr and Mrs. Will Riffu and little son Daniel, of nre gfiests of Mrs. Jessie Stngg. M. D. Garner sold a team of hor-soto Thomas Nnvlor for m 12-"- . $1.50to3.00 An endless assortment of cheaper grades from H. J. McRoberts. Stanford, Kentucky. and 3.50. $3.SO. Tourists, Alpine shapes at $4 and $5. Young Men's styles in fancy colors at $4 Stiff Hats in both smal and full shapes at $3 , . CONCRETING We re In position to do nil kind, ol inch ni lllock Work, l'ltrnnonti nd. to fact We can tanks any thing from doom down lo n fVnee poit. We enn rrf yoo promptly and caarantr nr.t-cla- n work and material. Oall and get our prloei before you bay your material at lean. W. H. Higgins. Stanford, Ky. " ... PHILLIPS BROS., Stanford. Kentucky Bring Your , Prescriptions Here To Be Compounded When your physician has pre scribed n medicine for you to take, the next Important step is to have that prescription placet! In the hands of a thoroughly reliable and competent pharmacist so it will be compounded exactly n directed. We have gained an enviable reputation for always teing very careful and painstaking in our compounding and feel that, in all justice to your own good health, you should bring your next prescription here. Here, too, you will And a complete and Inviting display of toilet articles, rubber goods, soaps, perfumes, toilet preparations and all standard remedies. For interior decorating wa carry and recommend ALABAST1NE, the beautiful wall coating. Call and see samples o( tints and ask us about It. PENNY'S DRUG STORE. ' !1, BETSY'S POINTERS: "Molly and I agrco that counter feit money and substitute good come from the same parents. Tho coin and the goods may very closely resemble the genuine but behind them is neither honor or nonesty. You will find no substitutes, only the genuine of standard quality at Coffey Sc Coleman's. Now is the time for that Ice Cream Freezer and Water Cooler. Wo have "n J&v?S w "w;'ii Stanford, Kentucky them. Phone 196. We ..., Paying today for Are J. COFFEY A COLEMAN, . Prompt Delivery. C. McClary t LT nu o "ro 5UN 5"ut:o mjm ' fifcSV t"j Will JrM H.B. Northcott. T. K. Tudor. Mgr. LADIES SHOES WE are now showing a complete line of FOR SUMMER DRIVING wsl' the comfort of both horses and drivers should be specially considered by, securing a proper outfit of lap robes, blankets, fly nets and othor necessaries from our complete assortment ol horse toods. piere are light, but strong and durable, slnglo and double harness, admirably suited to road purposes, along .with a hill line ot work harness of the best Quality at flat prices. J. C. McCLARY, Selby Shoes For Fall and Winter. The ityles are very attractive the qualities unsurpassed and they are made over comfort giving lasts. WF Prtim ' CRAB KENTUCKY. orchard, J, Stanford, Ky. IMifc. rfctwii MltwM vtfrtjfr'1""' r' THE INTERIOR JOURNAL, And STANFORD. KENTUCKY. TUESDAY. SEPTEMBER 12 1911. and visiting Mm. S. A. Keith, of Mnysvillc, nie, were L. D. Chns. Bobbins Clooch nnd family wife, also o.i mn up SMurdny night and spent Sunday with the homcfolki on her were visitors. Messrs. T. Q. and Chns. A. Miilinu way to the State Fair. who hnfo just returned from a threa 11. Shanks has return Mm. John was expected to deliver an address rd here from a delightful visit to yenrs' enlistment in the nrmy, hav there. ing seen lots of the Old World, nre Mr. and Mn, Cnhbcll Owens in Smo-orpMiss Elizabeth Jiif.kson is visiting now guests of their father, 'Mr, W. M the family of her uncle Col. II. M Mohan nt Lancaster. Tlrs. David Tudor, of Pecos City, vis Jiicksnn lit London. Mr. W. T. Smith, Tcxns und Mies' Amos Will', ol iled his sister, Mrs. of Lexington Thos. Ilensou, of VoeinitP, Mrs, Tinslev'Spooiiii Kirkniillc havo Pecn the gucls of Worth MeWhoiter, of .Mt. Snbm, M. Ncwlnnd and Mis. Prcw-it- t. more nnd other relatives. Mrs. It. Mrs. J. X. Cush nnd daughter. and Miss Clara Miller, of South Stanford, stopped over in Fork, niut Major Toombs came over Vrank Phillips lias accepted n po- Clara, ofthis week the guest of Mr. to attend the burial of their relative, the city sition with II. .1. Mcltobcrts. Lily Wanen on their way to Ashe-ill- c, Mrs.Elira Daiighcrty. Chns. Newborn of llustonville, has Miss Ollic Hnydcii, if Danville acN. C Middleshoro Hecord. nccepted n position as prescription gueits, Mises Mrs. S. S. Wnthani, of Henderson companied by her Melle clerk at Penny's Drug Store. Haytlen und Daugherty is the guct of her sifter Mrs J. L. Mattie Miss Nnnnie Cooper, of the More-lan- d of San Antonio Te.uis, were here Tot ti'ii. section, is the guest of friinds rhursday ami Friday with their aunt Miss Linda Miller left Saturday Mrs. Joseph Coffey. und relatives in Wayne county. End, to visit Miss Virginia Warren at Jr. J. T. Ilohon, of the West 11. MeAlister; Jr., .Mr mid Mrs. nttended court here Monday and was wnrinly greeted hy his ninny iricuds. Col. (leorge P. Bright has returned from Cmb Orehnrd, where ho pent the season absistii'jj Mine Host Willis. SOCIAL nnd wife, of f.obn-lio- n PERSONAL were guests of Mr. and Mrs. Miss Mamie Sulhvnn, of Corbin, Hn.vs Foster last week. Miss Mnttie MeClnry Jins returnxixitrtl Mr. .1 H. Wade. ed to Kdgcwood Park, Pa., where she Miss KMcllc Cochran, of Lcxing , ton, wns tlio guest of her siter, Mrs. will teach in the school for the deaf again thin term. -- rcli llcvnolds nt Cook's Springs. Mr. .1. !'. Vnnhook, Sr, of SpringMias Mollis Dnugherty it in Iwis field, Mo., with his fatpily nrc guests ille this week attending tlio fair. M. Vnnhook, near N. W. Fnwlo and family went lo of Mr. nnd Mrs. S. Lynn wood. Louisville Monday to visit relatives John Davis nnd sister, Miss Nanand attend the fair. Chns. Ilohon FINE WORK AT FAIRVIEW. Willie Mclleo nnd wife, of Mt. Ver The revival service nt Fairvtew r.on, nre ituests of the family of A. J. church cloed last Thursday even Thompson in Iloylr. Dr. and Mrs. O. P. Nnokols, of ing with 32 ndditions by confession Pincville, spent Sunday with their mid letter. Kev, J, II, Jones, assist-i- d the pastor, Ilcv. A 0 Coker in the daughter Mrs. C. Hays Foster. vrork. were baptized in Lo Dr. W. W. Hurgin, of Crab Orcli-nrt- l, gnu's Sixteen cretk the next day. Francis, and his mnnll nous, nnd Wolby, Jr., went to visit his The members of the Bach Club uncle, Mr. Cut Burgin at Richmond decided Thurdny. have to on Don. II. II. King, of Morclaiid, Tuesday evening September 12th nt Report of Condition of went to Crnb Orchard to attend the S o'clock. This night wns finally THE NATIONAL BANK. Sunday School convention nt the cgreed upon bee ante it did not inter- Of llustonville, Kentucky, in tin Christian eliurch there. Ilis soicin fere with any religious service or law, Eld. W. (1. Montgomery, poster entertninments of nny kind. It is u slate of Kentucky., nt the close of Sept. 1st 1011. . of the Morclnnd Christian chinch, in 'the Graded School chnpel gie their recital Ice cream supper nt Morclnnd on Fnturdny night, Sept. 0, in Wood mnn's Hall, (over the bank). Your mnny friends will be there. Como und enjoy refreshments with them. Supper given by Mnreland Cnmp No. 1 1, 003, Modern Woodmen of Anion Everybody invited, como nnd ca. bring someone wilh you. Adinision V nnd 25 cents. Itobert Fo'rd consul, Mil, S. E. Hubble, Clerk. . 2 APPALACHIAN KNOXVILLE. EXPOSITION TENNESSEE September 11 to October Mr "& 1 v policy ol the school not to have their exercises interfere with nny other work und also to avoid having anything interfere or conflict with regular school duties, but this is a postponed meeting and it wast deein- id best to have it at this time. It is to be hoped that this recital will be well patronircd by nil who nre interested in cultural development. Resources: r?ro.i. i !"i i't- - Attorncv C. C. Williams, of Mt. Vernon, was here laet Friday for n rl.ort tune on legal business. .Mixs Maud Carter and MLs Alice Alcorn left Sunday for Cnxc Springs (la., whore they will teach in the heboid lor. the deaf the next tenn. Mr. P. W. Carter and Miss Mary Carter, are guests of Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Carlir at Evansville, Ind., Frfltn thcic Mits Carter will go to Sulphur, ikla., where she will Waoh in the school for the deaf again this year. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Lee of Mid stopped over for several days 'ast week with her brother, Mr. Welch Rochester, while en route to Loinsvillc for n short visit. John Prenthitt, of the State Department of Agriculture, was liuio Monday advertising and arranging the program for the Lincoln County Farmer' Institute which will he held here, Fridny and Saturday, Oct. -und 21. Mr, Hreathitt is a son of Attorney General Breathitt and u splendid young num. Mm. llachel Humble, of Stanford, came down Saturday to meet her son Mr. A. II. Humble, who was coming liown from Seaman, Ohio. She returned to her home yesterday, her Mm going up witli her to spend the i ny and relumed to this place on the nl'ornooii train - Parksville Cor. Danville Messenger , 11 Middleshoro. From there Mis Miller will go to Kuoxville, Tenn. to resume her duties in teurhcr in the school for the deaf. Miss Nina Carpenter, of Washington, 11. ('., has been the guint of Mis Sulla l.'upley. Mrs. M. E. Parks, of Dallas, Texas, 1ms also been u guest nt the home of Mss Uupley. The many friends or T. C Willis will be glad to know that he is improving after undergoing un operation in Cincinnati which was per formed in order to restore his eyesight. Htports from his bedside say that physicians believe his eyesight will be fully restored in one eye. Mr. Willis is one of our most popular oitiens and mnny were the expressions of sjinpathy heard when it was learned that he was almost suddenly His friends now htrieken blind. hope for the enrly restoration of his eyesight. Nicholnsville (Intling me rei'civing congratulations of their many friends upon the ai rival of a handsome ,'ouug sou nt their home in the eo.uitry last 'Viduv night, lie Iiiih heeu named J. II. Me lisler III. SHORT LOCALS. For Sale My homo on East Main dSlf street. II. C. Ilaughimui. Hooks for your state and county staves nre now ready, l'lease call V. L. McCnrty, sheriff. and settle. J.' Lost, between Crab Orchard and Stanford, ring with several keys, one, of which is number 40 to snfetj deposit box. Please leave at Lincoln National Hank, The Ladies' Aid Society of the Christian church will meet, in the lecture room, Friday afternoon at (tin. ur-- g Mr. Ed C Hopper, who has been two o'clock. All members are ntly requested to be present. Mrs spending several weeks in Dnnillc, Will Haiuhman, See'y. a gne.t nt the (lileher Hotel, left Sunday .light for llustonville where A large blue crane, an tiiiusuul before he will spend a few da for home in California. Mr. Imd to he seen in this part of the Hopper i a congenial gentleman. coiinjry, was killed by Alfred l.'aiN, Ik-ipond last week Mid made many new friends while on the Dr. Hugh The bird measured 05 incbck iroui resting up. nnd ere. He was 7!) uprn Danville its nil ideal spot point of bill to top of tot, ami for ii vacation. He is largely identi-lie- d inches from tip to tip of wing. It in the race horse business nnd was placed on exhibition in front of fortune T. D. NewhuidV store Mondaj anil lias amassed n good-size- d on the turf. For many voiirs he attracted much attention. The skin was secretary of Lntoniu race course will probably be slutted and lihI has served ni.liiy (onus as judge at the California and Southern cour H, F. Vest, of King's Mountain, ses. Danvillo Messenger, left at this office Monday a tomapounds in weight. This is to 1 the biggest yet topping Mr. Engle-- u an's laigent by about ten ounces Who eau beat this ouef Hring it in. 1 1- -2 By Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound The Change of Life is the most critical period of a woman's existence, and neglect of health at this time invites disease. Women everywhere sltpuld remember that there is no other remedy known to medicine that will so successfully cam women through this trying period as Lydia h. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound, made from native roots and herbs. Here is proof: Nntlck, Mass., "I cannot express fliuu went through during- tlio CluinKi of Life tieforo I trlcrt Ltjuia Ji. I'lnKiiam mki.ih'" "'"Z noiind. I was In uucli a nervous conilitlon I My limbs were com. r could not keep still. inn mi ami ft"! bad creepy seiiMitlons told bycouiu plijslclnnH nifiit. I was llnally , that I had a tumor. " Iv read one day ior tne woniienui curt-.-- . mti IPLLLLLWTl ... ...it., i. Vi.itnliln (.iiiniMillllll and decided to try It, and it has made declare It vJIPTifflP ' woman. Mj nelchlMirs nnd friends mo a well ,r 11,1 . ." .. r...ll.. 1' I'liilrlmtll'H Vl'L'I'f HllICl CoiuMund Is worth IU wcljrht In Kld for women durlnir- this j ",",-period or lire, ii it win iieii. unii-iletter." Mrs. Nathan IJ. Orcaton, 51 Xo. Main St.. Natlck.Mass. - The Queen iS. Crescent Houle will operate a popular excursion to the it il lion dollar I J lull Hridge, Ky., Sunday September 17th 1011 Special liaiu will leave Junction City 9:10 a. in., Sunday Sept. 17th. Heturning tpecial truin leaves Jligh Hridge at 4 '.10 p. u' same date Hound trip fine from Junction City will be 50c High Hridge I'atk, dancing, good imi-i- e plndid lloor, band concerts wings and shelter houses. An ideal place for a day's outing. Ak ticket it'.'cnt for paitieulars. For Sale. First class ladies' for ladies. horbo; guaranteed 71-John Cook. tf Kev. Jos. Hallou will preach at Xenin, Sunday Sept. 17th at 1'. M, Mibjeet "Hell' What is itf Where is it? How is itt Whoeis itf Jit. 0 ii U&UW to ... -- ii..i-i..,,'.- power gaso-lin- o engine 7 used less than a year iiml for sale only because too light, lor work required; n burgaiu. Ap71-ply nt this office. For Sale. tf Mr. James Wilder, Sr was in town Monday. He is one of the few more fortunate people in possessing Mima f W. is said to be u fine rifle shot, and tr of his third set of teeth. Mr. Ovcidrnfts secured and Unsecured 2,305 75 V. S, Ilonds to secure circulation 50,000 00 Prems on U. S. Honds . . 437 10 Hanking house furniture and fixtures 2,900 05 Duo from National Hanks (Not reserve ngeiits) 3,242 89 Col flt'o. V. llnin, of Lexington Due from approved reserve I will lecture nt the com lions.; in agents 23,793 98 Lancastir, Ky., on Thursday night Cheeks and other cash Admission "J.ic September Jlth. rteuis 0 20 of the 'JOth century." His subject Notes of other National "Searchlight will be the banks S70 00 Iraetional Paper, CurrentMiss Amanda Anderson "f nickel, ami cents 453 ."0 tcr, was here Saturday ndvertNiiig fpecie .f8,27ii 00 "a'" "' l.egal-leutlthe lecture of Geore the L.incnster court house on SepNotes . . . 1,030 00 tember 11. 9.309 00 lic.lcniptiot fund with V. S. I'rof. K. S. Lingeimiii'of Iiiiliiiu citlntion Ind., has arrived to t.ile 2,500 00 (barge ot his duties us teacher in the Slnnford High School. I'rof. Total 215,7GS 57 F. 1. S. Hess who wns elected to reLiabilities: that position having tendered his signation, to accept the position of Capital stock paid in .$50,000 00 Mirplus iiiiul director of attendance in the Louis. 17,000 00 ville I'ub'ie School. uiiuivioeii jtoiiiv, iesS ex penses nnd taxes paid 2,473 08 Wedding presents in great Mate Uank notes out- stnnding 40,000 00 W. IL Mueller, Jeweler. C7tf Due to stnte and private Hanks nnd Hankers .. 18 00 We hav a bujer for a farm ot Due to Trust companies and improved and about 100 acres well Sayings banks 5 31 on pike. If you have nny thing near Individual deposits subthis, list it with us. Hughes & ject to check 100,271 5S C2tf Stanford. Totnl - - $215,708 57 For Sale. 1 will sell nt public State of Kentucky, county of Linhous-outcry in front of the court coln ss: door in Stnnford on Monday Sept I, J. W. Hocker cnhier of the county court day, nt 1 o'clock P. M. above nnmed bank, do solemnly 10 shares of stock in the Hank of swear that the above statement is Moreland. H. W. McGuffey, Adui'r true to the best of my knowledge and W. L. Dishon. belief. Subscribed nnd sworn to before The Lincoln County Medical me this 7th day of September 1911, will meet in Dr. Peyton's of- J. W. Iloskins Notarv Pnblic." My fice Tuesday Sept. 12 1911 at 10:30 commission expires February 25" o clock. Program: Dr. O'Hannon 1912. Dr. Hammonds, counselCorrcct-AttEdward Aloorn. lor for this district will be present W. G. Cowan. J. W. Powell. All members are urged to be presDirectors. M. M. Phillips See'y. ent. Report of the Condition of Lost. Plain gold rins with Inscrip FIRST NATIONAL, BANK. turn, "from Walter to Luln." At Slnnford in the Stnte of Kenfor return to this office. 71-- tf tucky nt the close of business SepThe 20th of September is the last tember, 1, 1911. Resources: day for filing merchants and mis$187,373 CI cellaneous claims to be allowed by Loans & Discount? the Fiscal Court at its October uvenlratts, secured and Unsecured 5.S14 05 meeting, (leorge H. Cooper, County U. S. Bonds to stcure 72-krk Circulation .10.000 00 We are pnying market prices for Prems. on U. S. Honds ...500 00 2,195 00 white oak and chestnut lumber by Honds Securities, etc.. the wngon load nt Crab Orchard or Hank house, furniture & Fi. C,fi00 00 carload lots. Cash on grades. J. II. 2,315 DC Collier, Lumber Co., Crab Orch Other real estate owned Due from National Hanks 71-ard (not reserve agents.) . . ,i-- 30 Wo have bought out the llorton line from vStnto and private banks nnd bankers, Trust restiiirant and would be glad to have Companies, and savings all our friends call. Wo will .hate banks 319 82 on sale the best and fre&Lc- -t cakes, pies, bread ami all kinds of pastry, Due from approved reserve Agents 23,823 54 cold lunches uiiu hot hnmburgers n 71-- 2 Checks and other cash specialty. C. L. Gover. Items , 12 00 Notice. Tlio firm of Peneo Bros., Notes of other National 180 00 banks Inning dissolved nil indebted to same will please cull and "settle at once, Fractional paper currency 245 29 Nickels, nnd Cents . . thereby savin r.s the trouble of hav.9,022 85 ing to collect home. K. T. and Al- Specie Legal tender 71-fred Pence. 3.390 00 Notes .. 13,012 S5 Col. L P. Tarltou, of Frankfort Due from U. S. Trens 2,500 00 repuLlicau candidate for the as railroad commissioner, was 295.318 12 Total liere lust week meeting the people He was introduced around by Geo. Liabilities: D. Florence. Capital stock paid in ...f 50.000 00 Surplus fund 25,000 00 '- Lonns nnd Discounts ..?119,913 03 Main Bulldlna ra Contalnlna 0,000 Squire Feet of Exhibit 8pee. A Resources of the Entire Appalachian Region Most Magnificent and Novel Exploitation of . ...M,081 ,n. "l,or,n Aviationetlon vrylno In variety. Innumerable high data Midway Featurca. tournament. Panoramic preaentatlon of the hlatorle apeetacla, "Battle of Klng'a Mountain," In peerleat pyrotechnlca. tK.000 In prcmluma for live atoek, horticultural and agricultural die. playe, poultry and pet atpek, automobile and horae racing, and every con. celvable lint of Induatrlal and commercial enterprise. The moat complete exhibit of timber and mineral product, of the South that haa yet been aeaembled. Preeldent Taft, Speaker ChaaClarJ. Gov. Woodrow Wlleon, Gov. Jud. ton Harmoft, Oov. Ben W. Hooper, Col. William J, Oryan and many other mn f national and International famu will be oueita and .n.ik.r.. Remember the Dates. .September 11 to October Rimembtr the Railroad Rati, Tha Baat Evar Olvan Exposition o Any 1 SHOES We have just received our '. ..... y, FALL LINE 1 1 tS8-4- p. So-cie- tv et lJe-v;u- id 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 com- ; pare this line of goods before purchasing. HUGHES, MARTIN & CO. Dry Goods, Notions, Shoes O Ladies' Shoes in pat-- . Stanford, Ky. "Nuff SecF i 3. We Are Showing A AKOTIIKU SI3IILA11 CASI Cornwallvllle, '. Y.MI havo been taking 'Mm 4, Lydia E. Pinkham's Yegetablo ConiKiuiid for .BJin in w' C'hanKO of Life, nervousness, and onto tlmo for u lihrold Krowth. doctors advised mo to po to the . "Two ,... ...... ... ,iilli. tvnu ii v!iv visit loir. i.- -i ,..........-,.-.----- . IlOSpiUtl, uui "" " "." I met a woman who told mo to take Lydia K WmiMWfi so lMnkliiun's Vegetahlo Compound. 1 didam and I very know It helped mo wonderfully.trv I 1. vdla L. .. i...i ..., t v:iu told to Mrs. Wia. Houghton, iMiikliiiin's A'esetablo Compound." Cornwallvllle, N. V., Orceiio Co. i never uses glasses. Lost. 32 caliber automntio Colts volver lietwveu Carter's store and Highland. Five dollars reward to fiiider who will return to Huford Meredith, Ottenheim, or write to Huford Meredith, Itouto 1 Waynesburg. J wm .uppnt to i H'unttt. . . i.ua, .luau .na t. nrwrribnl local rrrodl. and br tonauatly laliuif, 1 ... i,k biMl trrmtnunt. Tkruaounrfu It Incurable. brlrnr- - liaa provro OaUrrk lo be a coaitltultenal 4a raf. aand Uwrrlore rcnuirM eooiiltulioaal ' ImitBifiil. J. Cneaty llaU Catarrb CMr. maaulaalur-- 4 kr Ohio, la Ilia ealy coaatilutKiud cure ea ii JttZtt!KI?i?2i Undivided 1 If yon want lo forget your troubles nnd thnt your tuxes are duo hear the high school ninie uuartcttr. only t"e W. S. Flth and strongeit insurance companies. 34 tf Let him keep yuu protected. Lydia L. Pmkhams Vegetable Compound have thousands of ruch letters as those above they tell the truth, else they could not have been obtained it has for love or money This medicine is no stranger stood the test lor years. For 30 years I.ydla K. Wnklmni's VcKctahlo Compound has been the standard remedy lor femalo 11U. No tdok woman docs Justice to and Made eiclaVlvely from rootscroon.herbs, and has thousands of cures lo us women Invites all .Mrs.lMnkham fur advice. sickShe has .ii.. i, r EuUTed i housands to health free of chartre. t vKTirTntMttM Address airs, rmttimtu) ujuut vm.ud. The makers of oft The best program ever given under the present inanngemeiit will bo rendered nt the school buliding Miss Jackson will give three readings including comedy nnd tragedy. Mis Herta Jean Penny will whistle Mendelssohn's Spring Song with a Prof,' IrePiano accompaniment land's singing will bo received with ci'thusiasm that always greets him. pense, nnd taxes paid . .1,5S5 77 National bank notes outstanding 50,000 00 Due to other National 173 24 banks drupa to a teiapoonlul. It arta direeiiy oa tha bload Due to Trust Companies and muctnia lutlarra of the aratraa. Tkef 25 00 und Savings banks II talla la cure. Bend hundrrd doliara (ur any tor Hrnmra and it?..nuia. Individual deposits subject 135, 120 11 to eheeic Mold br truikiu. 1. lake Hail a faattf I'm far conaatoallod. Demand certifiuitei of 7,000 00 deposit For Sale My homo on lower Notes and bills rediscount- 20,103 00 td Possession nt once. Mnin street. 07tf Mrs. L. H. Cook. Total - - 295,318 12 Stato of Kentucky county of- - Lincoln, ss: A Bargain.- - 12 II. P. Foos Gaso1. II. C. Haughinan, enshier of line engine; replaced by Klcetrie Mo tor. P. 0. Box 353, Danville, Ky the nbovo named bank, do solemnly C9-ewcar that the above statement is true to the best of my knowledge II. C. BAUGIIMAN. Phone No. 168 for fire insurance and belief. Cashier. on your tobacco in barn. R. M. New-lan- d Agent. Subscribed and sworn to beforo me this 8, du of September 1911 You nre expected at tho Bach W. M. Bright. Notary Public. Correct Attest: J. S. lloeker, ns it will not Club recital with your nttendaneo at prnv S. T. Harris, Jas. F. Cummins. Directors. cr meeting. Admission 25 und 15c. 4. ht Profit, les3 ex- Full Line Of Queen Qual-ity Shoes In Fall Styles. ,;. . -. '? Cummins & Wearen, Stanford, Kentucky. -- t 1- THE INTERIOR JOURNAL, THE FARMERS n.an. ' PUBLIC SALE! . STANFORD, KENTUCKY. TUESDAY. SEPTEMBER 12 1811. Mf 1 t FOR SALE! Having sold my fnrm near Hubble, Of registered flllil high grade slock I will offir at public auction on the My home containing 2 ncres nnd nt Carpenter's Stock Furni, fonner-l- y premises, on 15 poles of land, 4 miles sollth of owned by Thos. C. Humbcr, who 4 miles east of Stnnford, Wednesday. Sept.. 20. 1911, wns the founder nnd director in the on Dix River at the forks of tlm Bank, of Promptly nt 10 o'clock, nil my house road, leading from tho Duddernr's Lincoln County National Stanford. Ky. This sale will take hold nnd kitchen furniture nil in Mill to Gilbert's Creek station, store good condition; my fnrmiuir imnlc- - nnd post office, 1'lacc on which is one mile meats aiuf tools usually kept on a Plenty of fruit, good cistern, good Thursday, Sept. 21, 1911 .veil conducted fnrm. Also will sell darn ami and dwelling ami nil out miles from Crab to the highe- -t bidder nt 0:30 'A. M., 1 Diiroc buildings. Address Prof. J. l)at Ky., on the Chnppcll's Gap Gilts and 32 pics: 7 stock lions son, Gilbert's Creek Ky. Orchnrd, 70-pike. The following live stock will rendv for the butcher; one ten year old mare with show colt by her side; be disposed of: PUBLIC SALE! mare is in foul to Jack; on time 1 chestnut sorrel lliaic with flllv colt bv Rex iri!li-i- . rockaway and coach this mate was Drcd to Bohemian ' ' w'" "ell nt public auction nt s, horse, not nfraid of trains or place at Mt. Salem, Beginning King, registered; ono yearling stud Galdrives well; by Chester Chiefs registered; two 4 Ml ,J !l- - "' " lon bay gelding, broken to drive, out jenr old head of mure mules; two Wedneiday, Sept. 20 1911 Gallon of Clay marc; 1 mare mule 10-- 1 high, mare mules nil 1(1 finnds l both and better high, fat ready for the " Kood one, 1 good brood marv with bn ygelding, extra nice hor-c- s, mare mule colt. 1 mtirn in foal to of these nnd subject to register; 1 rrnrket. Dare. 1 thoroughbred Jersey Terms made known on day of snlo D''-'iChester Jewel bay horse, cow ami enlt, 2 calling cnlvcp, I Denmark brood and Dinner on the ground 1 thoroughbred blnck Merkshire sow SIDNEY DUNBAR, Shetland work ina re; 1 and pigs, :i thoioughhred black Berk-fbif- e Hedgeville, Kv. pony by Blue Kycs; 1 Gilts. Cnpt. T. D. English Auct. pony by Dock Gray with horse colt 1 black Berkshire boar, 15 months hv her side bv Reid's bay stallion; old, subject to register. I young boar ADMINISTRATOR'S SALE! I Dignity Dare suckling filly out of thoroughbred black Berkshire, 1 red jack, .'1 grade Guy mare; 1 sows As udir.inistr.itor of the estate of Dnroc sow and pigs, by Tcvis' Emperor; his colts Win. A. Burton, deceased, we will nnd pigs, 20 head of shunts averaging 125 pounds to be sulci in lots of have sold for .$05 to $125 nnd 90 on T to 5 or ns n whole if not sold pre-iniper cent of his colts nre marcs; 1 Wednesday. Sent.. 20 1911. CINCINNATI MARKET. to sale, 1 buggy nnd hnrnc, enrling jack by Harris' Billy Promptly ut 0 o'clock, sell at public Cincinnati, O., Sept. 12 Cuttle Keene; 4 good jennets, 3 good work .u!er to the highest and best bid- double tenm wngon harness, 200 Receipts 2,380 head, market steady mules, 1 pair yerling mules, 13 sucknnd kitchen furder on the premises of the Into Wm. "hichens, to stiong nt last week's closing niture. ling mules; 3 Jersey heifers with . Burton, one mile below Ruckeve. prices: steers $3.50(ri7.10: heifers Terms made known on dnv of high snide heif1 2- - car-ol- d the following lecrilK'd cr?onnI nrfc for 275. .V2.25((r'5.75 : ows $1(jV; calves wiy calves, sale. er, 1 earlii:g heifer; 1 W. P. Debhon sold a cow and calf wm! quiei nt f3(r8.25. Hog. ReJ. S. CARPENTER. 1 4 to 0 regfour extia good t W. II. Drown for $10, also 2 heif- - ceipts 3,223 head; market Ky. steady nt and yearling heifer subject tograde years old; 0 good two mules,old mules year at 3 2 cents, three steers, 750 last Saturday's prices; packers $7.25 ister, 1 weanling heifer of high & weight, at 4 cents. Sold (n7.55; stairs f3(tt"i.G5; common 1 high grade Jersey cow nil well bioke; lii jcirlinz mules; 5 PUBLIC SALE OF FARM mule colts; 1 six jenr old jack Geo. Dcshon, a 1,305 pound hull sows $4(o:G.75; pij;s and lights high .3(n with heifer calf, 1 AND PERSONALITY. bunds high by . cents. He sold a stack of hav, 7.50. our,.'), t ai.n i .inn ,iieaii; irraile Jersey cow. The dams of this f.ood breeder, 15 iicct'iiis i,.)uu Alphn the great show jaek. ANo n ick made 120 bales for $108 to market steady at .$1(33.25: lnmb 'tock have nil been sold for $50 to J. W. Sviejipv lln- - T,inenter livrrV- - dull and 25oV0c Umpr nt .i3ffl.H 25. .475 ecli: 2 good Jersey bulls. 1 nnd l:ood three year old jnck that is n II. mug decided to change climates, dniidv, 15 hand- - high, stood bone; 1 1 will on good jennet, safe in foal. September 23. 1911 Horses. One extra fine four year sell my farm of 70 2 ncres. nenr old gcldinc. well bred: 2 three yenr old McCorinnck's church (i mile-we- st old geldimrs, one is nn extra good of Stanford. Ky., it has on it wnlker; 2 two yenr old geldings and a two story dwelling of (1 rooms, two three yenr old mares; 1 fonr double li nil. ? porches, concrete celyear old mare; 1 good walking'mare lar, a large cistern at the door, all 7 years old; S dandy good brooH necessary ojtlmtlJings, including a mnrcs in foal by jnck: 2 filly suck- large tobacco barnwith ling colts; five good Shetland ponies. four iletvr failing -- pri'igi on nlo the Cattle- - .'Mi two year old feeding farm, one mile from church nnd cattle, will weigh 1.100 to 1.200, 15 school, in one of the best neighbortwo car old feeding enttle will hoods in Lincoln county, with the weigh 000 to 1,000 pounds; 8 year-lin- e fohnutngc of a rural route and telesteers, good shnpc; 7 venrlmg phone attueh'-d- . heifeit.. good grade; 9 steer calves Will hI-- o sell 1 p,ur hor-- c mules, extrn good ones; 1 good bull calf 2 one family buggy Intr-- e one comheifer calve- -: 1 four year old regis bined horse as good u driver ns enn nn Meter Stock will bo found anywhere Jam! and gentle, tered bull. weigh 1.550 pounds: 5 good milch any woman or child can drive him. cow- -, extra milkers and with calves. 22 mw, gooil one- -. II ono hun Sheen. Hog- -. Etc. 120 good dred pound sbo.its, ,'t sows nnd pigs, Southdown owes and 3 bucks. Pive farming implement.- - of all kinds .rood brood sows; 8 shouts weighing consisting of one Decring binder, about 80 pound- -: 1 extra good Po- one turning plow, other plows, one land China Boar. two horse wagon, and harness. 2 Corn. 50 ncres of com measured buggies, one rubber tire as good ns 1. My home place of about 260 acres of land, on which is situated the Edge-woo- d at the heap. ANo Iiig lot of farming new, 2 sets of harne-- s. other thing distillery, a frame dwelling house f 10 rooms, practically new, with all modern implement- -, in good condition. loo numerous to mention, TERMS.-flnnd under, cash in nml kitcncu turuitiiie, tins is nil conveniences, including bath and heating apparatus; all necessary outbuildings hnnA that amount, ensh or a comparatively new. A lot of fowU. in splendid of repair. The Edgewood distillery has 103 bushels capacity with good noto due in four months bear- some pure strain white Wvnndotto t1-II-1-- J Farm For Rent. Two miles from Hustonvillc. Apply to Miss Hlnck 70-- 1 erm. Hustonvillc, For Sale. Thoroughbred Diiroc Jersey sown, pits ami Imnrs. T. J. Durham, Crab Orchard, It. F. D. 2. For Snlo or trade for live stock, 78 acres on county road. V. II. Muel-l- r; 63-t- f. Stanford, Ky., Farm For Rent. 250 ncres in tho Walnut FJat neighborhood; 45 acres im sod to (to in corn; 25 ncres in vlieat; - in oats, and remainder in grass, good house and barn. Went for cash. Apply to Mrs. George 70-l- f tjaenn, Stnnford.Ky. For Sale. I have 100 or 500 bush ei of Missouri Fultz deed wheat for slc; will reelenn and sell at .$1 a .Ins. McKeehnie, Phone I"ili p (voter Exchange. I wnnt to rent 25 to 10 acres of geod wheat land. Must be "close to Address Hox 208, Stanford, town. 70-Kf. .1. II. Witt, of Garrard sold lint week ft fine 1,000 pound cow to J. D. Pope at 4 cent1. John Hubbard, of the West F.nd Uinkt of J. .M. Carter his farm in McCormack'fl Church neighbor-o hood last week, paying him $1011 nu ere therefore. Monte Fot, of Danville, purchased Intit week 200 head of 1,500 pound cutilo of T. I). Chonault of .Madison at G 2 cents. Will Lilian! sold to A. K. Hundley ia Doyle 20 1,000 pound cattle nt an crH(ic of 5 cents, He also sold to Jack Ullrich 22 at I 1 and shipped a car load to the city'mnrkcts. Lost bay mare mule, 14 2 hands high. Lust seen near Stanford Friday Sept. S. Kcward for return or information leading to er recovery. J. T. Kigsby, Kotite 2, Oab Orchard, 4L J. Thompson sold a 1,250 lb (tiir to Johnson nnd Smith nt 1 u afeo a veal calf at $10. Walter Martin sold a bunch of 10 1 of 510 pound steers to Bottoms 4. Taylor nt 4 cents, sold to Snm Owens a 5 months old calf for $21. I. 0. Spratt bought a mare from Swtl Uros., of Goshen for $50, sold wWes to same for $25. J. B. Wade sold 2 of Skis year's corn crop, f. o. b., Rowland to Lutes nt $3. I. C. Wilson sold 10 050 pound buffers to T. W. Jones & Co., nt 3 vmU for October 1st delivery, also tfcrec calves at $11 each. D. 1). Collett sold to T. W. Jones Co.,, 27 head of GOO pound cattle t3 2 to 3 f. J. Smith, of Brodhead, sold here a court ,a pair of horse buf-beG8-41-- 2 years old, subject to register, 1 cntaloguc of jack stock. TERMS." 8 months nt 0 per cent line Shorthorn mi!k cw, 5 steers, I D. It. Dishon bought n interest, I per cent off for cnB.li. old nnd 50 ewe. yd nnd 2 jenrs and livestock, (will a. II. RUBLK, J. L Hutchins, of Boyle bought' Of land auction to the highest and Terms made known on day of sale pound ft liuMic 425 hogs, ot 150 to 225 Ilitctm Vhtn, Ky. Dinner on grounds. Persons ar'Ml buM" t my place 4 imlo to 7c. weight, nt G Nicholnsvillo KxehniiRe, riving by train can be conveyed to Phone 92-James Carter, Jr.. of near McCor- fnrm from depot by public coney-nnce- s. I'nst Tennessee Telephone. Bollher 19th 1911. , Tuesday. mack's Church, sold his farm of 70 Itond nnd A. T. Scott, Auctioneers. - conhHniijB 10 acres to John Hubbard nt ftOO. M.v Dr. J. G Carpenter & Son, cw K001 ,,n"; Black Berkshire loars and Buff FARM FOR SALE OR RENTI at .R. F. I). 1, CRAB ORCHARD, KY. Orpington cockerels for sale. C. C ,nn,r; nd three porces, Will sell privately my farm of iortr' ,ftre hnrn J""1 ot icr outbtilM. Col. J. P. Chnndler, Auctioneer. Withers, K. I). No. 2. Phone 143 1 about 200 ncres in Lincoln county, h'nvic fiiiiii uu iitm; mm nu yoil nnes. farm. PUBLIC SALE1 Ky., 5 miles cast of Stanford on Harris & Woods had their string river on west boundnrv 2of ncres of Will 'offer G2 Having decided to quit farming I Dix River. 80 acres In com, JO of mules nt the Richmond fair Inst land onnlso Drnkc's Creek, known as will offer for sale to the higjicst unit pures in meadow, balance in blue week nnd out of nine shows they "part of the George Kvnns farm. on pulled down nine blue ribbons. Tboie grn;, has a four room tenant hou jll also sell the following livestock. bM bidder Saturday. Oct. 7th 1911. crack mles have been tnken to Knox-ill- c 1 2 goad barns, nnd otlur outhouses 1 combined hors where thev will bo shown nt the Ihc following property consisting of B00,i 8lono pring hou , orch brood marc in foal to jack, ll year- 6( .acres of land with good Appalachian Exposition. , cottag..(nrdi ,,,cn of 8tork ling mules, 2 suckling colts, 2 com' good with 4 rooms nnd two : For Sale. Old Bruce livery 1mm ing work liuib's, 4 coming good bam nnd other out Inutilities, fencing. on Depot Street. Will sell publicly mules, 4 coming School house joining this farm. and also J"ui ming implements consist-iii- g county court day October 9. Terms mules, 2 heavy draft work hort, of plows one buggv one good Will sell all together or in two ensy. J. C. Eulmnks. ses, .coming 125 ewes, trncts. Terms easy. If not fnylor fc Bottom of Bwyle, sold to 2 bucks, 20 yearling 'Steers, 2 cows spring nagou and other fanning tools too numerous to mention. This farm sold will rent for cash for 1012. d Richard Cobb aud son, 20 with oahes nnd 2 heifers. miles from Highland. Will also sell half interest in 80 is located 1 cents per pound He fleers for 4 of Terms mnde known on Terms. Mine half down and balance acres of corn to be cribbed on place uNo sold to Myers & Tucker 15 PHIL D. THOMPSON'. in one nnd two jenrs with lien reml 12') nctes of and stalk steers for S4.G5. nlso sold to sale. Preachersville, Ky. tained on hind for balance purchase fields. Grans hasn't Jieen gruicd J. I). Whitehou-- e 15 steers nt 4c pen JAS. A. KING. 73-ttnonev. I Col. J. P. Chandler, Auct. -- . pound. Jhis yenr. 000-pooti- d 1-1- AT THE STANFORD OPERA HOUSE '4.J T ' ft ' "jh;""- F, FRIDAY SEPT. 15, -2 fi" ""' '"h, three-ycnr-o- ld 72-0- sep-nin- te 700-poun- 1- -2 800-pou- f, t car-lon- 1- -2 The highest price paid for wheat n Boyle this season was last week when II. C. Bright bought several crops which amounted to 10,000 bush els. He paid 1)0 cents per bushel for it. He bought crops from Messrs. Gentry Biothers, Chlis, P. Cecil nnd Luusford Yandell I.eti Bell bought a coming old mare trom .Mr. Ylnte tor $12.) T. W. Brock and W. O. Brock of Garruid sold n few days ngo to Joe Hales, ot .Mmlison county, 110 fut cattle weighing about 1,500 pounds, at (1 V cents per pound. HolUclow Bros., of Walnut Flat sold their fine 110 ncro farm lust week, to Mr. Poynter of London. Price private. This is ono of the largest land sales in Lincoln county for some time. Possession given Jan nary 1st. This is part of the famous Owsley farm and contains the residence. They nlso sold $1,300 woith of new crop of corn in the field, Tho A. D. Root fa-fmir miles from town on the Hustonvillc pike was taken down t $50.50 tin ucjc when offered nt public mictian coun ty lourt day Col. T. L Hugh-i- i, (be uuetioneer, of DuiiviMe, cried tho fale and had a large crowd present, but could getno higher bid. 'P13 farm was also withdrawn when uf lure-t- or rental nt $S50. ! I I . PUBLIC SALE - PUBLIC SALE! Mrs. Walter Warren. 'X. fic ' iBiKLiLBT- ..pBs.kQfsi PRPWr-PWrl PWHSlPrfsn Zxv Ba8Kv thr S,; TII , PVwVii-5Ll- -. $$ iL Ka rL ikM. "-- v S iiH yi i il - i' 'X ' u - ' v t J2WI th J A. nuto-mobile- '"' ' COBTJMS Greater Minstr&js. ty Bigger and Better Than Ever. WITH A BRAND NEW AGGREGATION OF CLASSY MINSTREL STAR HEADER BY CHAS. GANO AND 30 OTHERS. THE GREAT MANTEL MARIONETTE CIRCUS WITH NEW DOLLS TRANSFORMATION SCENES. ADMISSION 25. 50 and 75c. i- 1-- c. iiou-cho- hl pn..-peit- y: Tetinyon or Longfellow could 1-- i ;. 1- -2 take n wort Moss sheet of paper, write n poem on it and make it worth t!5.000. That's Genius. Morgun can write n few woid on u sheet of paper and make it worth 5,000. That's Capital. Your wife can buy u coat for tlO. but prefers one thai will co- -t Distilleries I state water SALE OF 50. That's Natural. Anyone can write n chck for $50,000,000. hut it wouldn't , Le worth u clime. That's Rouqh. Some millers mnj tell you rn -- And Farms thy can make better . limit-our-- . than That's Gall. offer for sale privately the following property: Our No. 1 Fancy Patent Flour - as. good us can bo made, and is sold as low ns such ntiulitv can be olTered. THAT'S THE TRUTH. On snh" with every groceryman in Stnnford. J. H. BAUGHMAN & CO. Hoti-eho- M O 0er h' r 20,000 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 reputation. 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 made up to date; also a brick dwelling hous at the mill 3. The John Spoonamore farm of about 120 acres, containing frame dwelling and 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 outbuildiags. This property is all on Dix river, in Lincoln county, Kentucky, and all on the Goshen turnpike except the John Traylor propertv, which is on the county road lead-.k- g from the Gilbert's Creek station to Dudderar's Mill. For further particulars, address two-stor- ing six per cent interest from dnt did white leghorns. until paid. Sale will bo held rain Terms made known on dnv of or shine. Dinner served on the sale. Grounds. 'nl I. M. Dunn, Auctioneer. 71-- 3 J. M. TARTER .IR R. L. & W. B. BURTON, Admln'tors. 71-- n BUCKEYE. ft Paint" , PUBLIC SALE! T Vi-t- a, will offer nt my place nt Buena flnrraid countv. on Hanna's Green Seal "The Made-to-We- ar R. F, D. 4, ...A- -1 W; H. Traylor, ' Stanford, Ky. tiMJHu. iili,.viii nc" Wednesday. Scot., 27 D O'Chick, A. M sell the following property: 25 farm and brood mares, half of them to 4 draft; 1 Clydesdale show-marhas had 7 colts selling for over .f 1,700; 1 stallion by Montgomery Chief, registered; 2 yearling gehllugs 25 good yearling mule- -, 20 weanling mule- -, half of which arc sugar colts 1 pair inure mules; 7 jacks, 1 to 8 years old bred good by such sires ns King John; 40 jen-newith colts by Mile; 210 ewes, Shrop-hire- s, e none over 3 years old, good us tho beat; 0 good bucks; 1 hay baler, Eli tnnka; 1 Kemp manure spreader, good an new; one l hore power gasoline a little; 1 power engine, just el feed cutter. 1 feed mill, 1 double di'su Sunders Duel plow Sulu ruin or shine. Free lunch. Write for 1011. ut -2 il-ln high-guidu-- Formula on Every Package DoeiThU Mean Anything to You?, It expresses tke titer's fikk ia tie predict. . Lata U tke pradple cert h paiat--if FOR Tke material skedJ ke tke keet YOU CANNOT AFFORD ANY OTHER KIND. 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