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The Stanford interior journal: September 15, 1911 The Stanford interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images Shelton Saufley Stanford, KY 1911 int1911091501_sn85052022 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. The Stanford interior journal: September 15, 1911 The Stanford interior journal Shelton Saufley Stanford, KY 1911 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. ir- rj'- The Stanford Interior Journal. VOLUME XXXVIII NO. 73 STANFORD, LINCOLN COUNTY, KENTUCKY, GOING UP. L. & N. WRECK COST Fill DAY, SEPTEMBER 1.1, IPtl EVERY TUESDAY LINCOLN COUNTY JURY AND FRIDAY GOOD h ment of their race; and the, entire SOME SPLENDID ADVICE illustrious 100 did not mv ennuuh, TO TEMPERANCE PEOPLE tax lo pay the salary of the. ctra policeman thnt would have been reVote Against Officials Who Do Not quired to keep thorn from drunkenEnforce the Law Liquor Petness, disorderly conduct mid murder ition To te Published. Who lint astounded the piod peo-pl- o of The following loiter linn been re- -i it bite, both races, black iin well us nud it wns decided that if civet) here by prominent temper-un- o that was the class of citizenship that JMndi-fto- u worker from n rillF.cn uf composed the strength of the liipior rouuty, who hit tnken u lead- business, it would be best to disreing part In keeping saloons voted out gard their wishes and let the town remain dry foreteimorc. 41 that cquutyi Yjni hIiiuiIiI publish the list in the Riehmond, Ky, Sept. 13, 1011, Interior Journal, for it is a puhlio J)enr Sir nutl Friend I read with profound Interest this oocuincut after being tiled, auu no roan ninv hold anyone responsible volttum neeount In the Interior Jour-ti(his week ot the "Enthusiastic for the publicity (hereof. If the cost Meeting o Temperunec Workers'' in of publishing these mimes amounts your city Inst Sabbath evening. to us much as .fll'i s thcr dnl in J'nssing by thu many excellent things Madison coiinlf, let the dry loicen ret forth therein to bold the fort in put up tlm money, ami in Hint etent J.iticohi for Tcmperunce, I desire to count mil in for .. I am deeply in- volir county. uy that after all is said ami done, jt remain for the totem to "sec to a:frihnd of rr.Mi'ERANci:. Ill this eonneclinii the I. J. will it that olllcials are eleeted who are jdedged to enforce the laws" us one buy, as it said once before, thnt tb jicutlciiiiiu mi id in his remarks. I list of the petitioners will be pubmight also say ,tliat since blind tig- lished as soon ax the petitions np ers exist nil over the county, us lie bled, it rrn linemen Is nlreaily liming' is ipiolcd ns Haying, i( pretty good been made "for that purpose. tray of diminishing their number and jiflitity would be for voters to pledge themselves not to vote nniii for tlie CUPIDS CAPERS. O present ollicerx, If these violatunt O jire not made to ccnc their tralllc. What do ton think of that aller-liutivI Iwhcte that if the male Harrison Weaver, ngeil Ul, and portion of your big muss meeting on Miss Ita Hrown. 18, were married Sunday night last or at u future 011 the first at Tine Rrown'ii in the ii.eeling would sign such a pledge and Sopus section. '1 he yrtmi i.s 11 farpublish it in the paper, addressed to mer nud a unlive of I'nlaski couutv nil ulllcers concerned, it would hate His bride is daughter of Mr. V. 8. ji salutary effect. In ndililion, it Itrown ot that secliou and is ipiile would lw exceedingly wise and highhandsome. ly essentml for all good citizens to Joseph Miililli'lon and to ilo jury srrticc without Titte in each and every case where liuise Cilliimuis, both ofMiss Mary's the Mill section, were united in Mild nfticcr endeavorcil to bring vioVj W. at lators In pislirc. It dcs no good, marriage on Ijie 1st is aRev. of Mr. Hrock's. son but positite liiirm for arrests to be mill Mis, The Kriiom Joseph Miihllcton and 11 amide and cum- - Ined before pines faliier, while his bride is the piei,, who turn men loose upon some bv the splitting of hairs, nud accomplished daughter of Mr. Mill Mrs. Ciiiuuiuis. I tot of uhrii die limit of punishment slui'uld the conl J. l parties are justh 17. nictmir meted on I regardless of .the iigc. lt or I'oinlition of the culprit. Let J. ('. Mont ne. of Kenton county, .ill, carpenter bj trade tour indue urreM tlie tiobilors; let nuid Mr-,- . and a ('. Sarah I'adKet', secured your City Attoniet be tiailnnl in se- and curing e'tidenee nud let .tour Rood license hcie to wed. This is the seciilircns accept service on juiiw. ond matrimonial teuture lor both par Awl finally let these juries stick the lies. Herman Diiteli, a f .inner, need 'J I nd iMMialtien without fwir or line-- . fator. There i the ke.t to the sit- and Miss l'nil.i Recr, -'- .', wlio is the of n and attractite duiiKhter of uation, lloweter. if the oftlis-r- dnl-- I lie.tcr, vur county n well as cltv MillswornIt Fredthe homewere liiained hist week, at of the bnde. 'Ibis ill the discharge of their popular (icriiinn couple nre lereiviiii; duties. tii i -- boiild ensue the serti' nil the notice upon tli'tn that neter lieartt couKratulatioiis fioni a host of fi lends who wish them well. niore will the pledged citizens lliirtj; licais, '1, and Mjp (ccy them for any oll'iee in thejr gilt. I ntu git ing no tinpracticable MeAlislcr, 21.' ffcr. mnrrii-inl W. . Hrock's. They ure resident- - ol The limners and wivc ot M.id ioti .olintv solemnly signed n petl-lio- n the Hnsl Knil and iplite pnpulai'. I,tlu Surber, of I'ulasla couii(t .U leet in length four tears ftao demanding that the saloons of Itich-tion- d and Miss N'eltiu Kohnisoii, were marclosed, or t'Uc said fuiniers ried at dearie TlininpsouV. The aind witcs pollitel.t declared thc irroom is 1 while the bride is only s, l.'i. I'mild caso to p.itriillio- - the l: bunks or school of Elbert .Mason and .MUs-l'mDaninud, llnnlly they srtore nol els, both H, were iiiiiud in wedto support iinv candidate lor" ohice lock at (I recti Mai tin's last wed. who opposed them in their dctiufiltU James Ijikes, ot Hainilloii, Ohio, to secure relief fuun the saloons of ;i" J ears of ai;e and .Miss Mary L. wbieh had mined so many Mci-e- r, Kichmoud ;il, were joinid heart and young men and debaueheil. the farm band at Moreland last Tuesday. labor of the count v. Ollie Ijimb. of I'liluski, and Miss I lirve .ton to anuoiiiiec at once l.oiitenia Leach were united marthat inasmuch as a petition is be- riage t J. A. Sinsileion's on in !)th the firruUt-t- l in ctev precinct ixi The ing nmom is M jcars old and onco the county for signatures nking fur wnlowei, while Ins bride is only all election upon I he liipioi ipicstion. lo. ,ou nilvi-- " that all citizens lake noSamuel II u farmer, 'J.'! tice that, no matter what arguments Muii;aict put up in secure signatures to tears ot aye diid MNuic (he one, ecnllal coli-- I 'cal licynolds, Jll, were inuriled l.lst Mud petition, rolling inoUte of Iheir backers is to week lit J. II. Ret Holds'. Jnmcs M. Wiirhehl, 21 and Miss leopen saloons in Stanford and pos- K. Reed, 18, weie mairied 11 1 Mbit clxejiheie In the enunlv. Tlieie-for- e von dcMte to glto warning thai Win. Reeds on the Uthi The (.'loom you wll on a eeftaiu diiv publish in is euiplotcd as a street car cooditelor the couulv paper the entire list of lhoiuh liotb parlies are residi'nt of , these putidoixtrs, black and wMfc, the Highland section. lit preeni'lt. that the public mat TEACHERS' PROGRAM. know who the petitioners. e followed ,thu course in Ri The follow intr is the program of anil in the. fount v of M.tdi-o- u (em heiV inectiui; lo he held tit ailul the result witriWh cases that in the graded school building the petition were withdrawn. In the Saturday Kcptemb'cr 'S.l, beinuim: had been ut '! I. M., promptly. Jiit place many nbtntned bv fruud, 'bvJeevit, n Weleoice address- - l'iof. S, S. Rob and fotstmpr ui -- ome cas-s- -. inson. The names of miners were Respons'e Rev. l'liluieler. and absent, The Ideal Teacher Misses Faniiinonir the. number llundreils nie Spents, Mubel MrClure. Hocked to the Court hi)iie nd with-ibe- w School MauuKeiiicjit Rev. K. Q, their nnmes, nud Homc even Mm tin thn'ateued damiiKU suits the Character Imililini; in the school-Her- bert loiters while olhcrn threatened to Re.t nobis, whip the men who secured names bv Ilotv to reach the defective child misrepresentation. I anJerhland Miss j.ois AA'illU. the latter method is lM'i- n- used to ,le-- i nun now to Miine iiiiiieuiiies eivu 801111; ignorant. kooiI people of (real lliem- - Mis. McUce, Miss Lincoln into nttiudutii their nnmes. Mrs. Monltromerv, Mr. l. We published nlso the Lift petition ciroul.'itwd, or thr.t will eer be Cln'M htitdv Miss Hogle. emulated in Richmond for How lo interest thu child in faint saloons, last sprini.'. That work mil farm life. Uyruu John-solist so annuel! nud disuuxtud the belter clement iisjnwu and cdfiutv, that All fwiuhurs are intited to tnko lliiv iiicdid no heller arKunieut part in the discussion of the open hiiIooii. j, uiisl 0i What did we show to the 'JO.OOO people of Muilinoil? A list of 4U0 Foley Kidney Pills. iHlitimii'is, of whom :20l paid uot niiu cent of citv. county, state or Will htiuIi your inditidiml uasu if school lux; 108 had been oflcli in ton ImAe any form of kidney and jail or Uic penitentiary; 113 could nhidder trouble of urimirv irrevu-laiitieneili'cr read nor finto; 'J00 wore Tiy them. Shunis und to the slinmo of the belter ele Tnnner. 1 11 ul - SUGAR HERE COMPANY $50,000 HUST0NVILLE. VISITORS HAVE Dealers Who Bouohqt Early are Making Blq Money Sugar Iiiih been l'l by leaps mid bounds in the last few week und those dealer who managed to buy when the prire wits much lower me making bin money. One of the largest beneficiaries ot the bull market is said to be the J. P. Frnnk (Jroeery Company, of Danville, which bought ten ear loads a few months ago, nud already the profit oil them linn jumped to SO.OflO. The popular iirm of Iliinn & Coffey at More-lauis said to have bought liberally when prices were about .1Xi0 while it is over 7..r0 now mid looks like it in goinjt to f8 Of course the price to the consumer jjimps whenever the f injur trust boosts it on the denier. A d, k"'j 00000000000000o o o 000000000000000 11 Hol-ilain- tech-i.ieul- 'lt s m 1 - p-lort nd-m- l I' niei-limit- Rich-Moin- a 11 p, iuiui-nom- Hus-louvil- le misiep-rescntutio- -- r, -- -- il, Wol-fon- n. train. It is figured Hint this one little The members of Iho Hitch Club accident will cost the company nbout have every reason lo be conuralu-late- d ir.'O.UOO. The cost of tho K. ('. on the success of their musical which was uhnost battered into Tuesday cveninjf. Ench number de kindling wood by the impact, is nid served mid received applause. 1 he to he nbout tl4,()U(). Its remains were pianists seemed ut Iheir best mid all taken through hero to Louisville seemed well hc.toud the amateur where Ihct will be patched up and it stage. Mis.s Million and Miss Jack- will be put to work iigiiin. It is son were ul their best nud showed figured by those who seem lo know-tha- t that Ihev were well qualified and the roadway from here to Rowworthy of the positions they bold land could be double-trucke- d for 'I lie pupils deserve the praise and oitsidernbly less than the cost of encouragement of all for the muster this (,iie accident. ly way 111 which they played the seThe dispatcher who was on duty, lections ot such composers as nl Livingston nt tiie time of the I.isrt, Raff and llolun. wreck is said to hate tendered his The male nuarlctte was encored tesigniitinn without waiting to I fifevery number. Miss Jackson gave ed tor his failure to hold the K. C. the tragic death of Sidney Curtail here for the through train. as oulv a finished reader can. All i those who look pail desert e especial AN ODD FELLOW 60 YEAR& mention. It mat be Miid to the credit of the Stanford Graded school that these cultural department"- - arc John Edmlston Heads Deleqation to floiinshin; as well as all other work-iGrand Lodqc. this excellent school. Crab Orchard, Sept 14, GENERAL NEWS NOTES The Odd Fellows nt Crab Orchard' elected the following u.. icprcscutn. The Cincinnati .Southern this week Lodge which meets btpiU running trains oter its new litcs to the Grand Louisville: Messrs, John Kdmi-tnHigh Itcidire, built 30 feet higher tluiji in M. M. I'erkin", James T. Chad-wiethe old one, and it was too high for George H. I.tne, A. IS. Hastni. Us. and James p. Jones. New Yoik milJ. II. llaggin, the Mr. lMinistou who heads the list lionaire, is about to join the hurley is now and fidth in his Stitb-yc- ar moI motemeiit. It is planned to tear as mi Odd Fellow. The lasl build 11 $".,.VIO,000 tobacco manufacissue of the Kentucky Odd Fellow tory at Lexington, with the but ley contained a good picture of him und tobacco poolers as stockholders. loiiipliuicutar.t article adopted bv the The Franklin Hank, of Louistille, I rah Orcbaid lodge. cliist d its doors this week mid the The I. J. wishes it hud the cut depositors will get Ies than ."ill cents of .Mr. IMmistnn to rtptoducc. 'The on the dollar it is said. , icsolutioiis of dm Ileiirv Clay Reattie, the wealthy lodge regarding n;m ,omf: - OrchaM toiing Virginian, was convicted of ""-eTW Omul .Mm lMmU- n?. the murder ot his wife, niter a be electrocute io", lather of our District Deputy. trial and wUJ "r. j. h iMimiston, and lite only erf .'!! November 21. Uyiuif charter member of Crab Diehttl!! rejulrc,lhe mliciiil count to It ard Lodge No. 108, I. 0. 0. F pass. decide whether Maine uled wet or Ms- iltty ninth birthday as nit Odd dry in the slntewide election on Fellow oil .the tenth juy 0f this .U'iridnt. Month, consequently he - now in his 7&v eruption ol Mount Etna ill sl.vtkl.il .tear as mi Odd Fellow and Sicily rctiBiuv.. A torrent of lava Jacks only three weeks of bciii S is swceiHng otert thing in its way. is a rectit'il that fowln The peiiifvnl"! hate lelt their homes. .tears of aire, tin- - Grnnd Lodge of Kentucky or in frtwler, who started from Aviator Soverign flrand Lodge has equalSan Francisr'v M1nd.1V lo cross the tht In led. addition to this hmg service continent 111 n ttud.iiie fell with his he has been n regular hard worker machine. for the order until the last few year-- , when owing to his health his attendrummer says Mccreary will- - Win. dance has notto been regular, but we re thankful own Heavenly Father that he still takes an interest in Fox Respass, the well lin'imn drummer, who travels all rtWi1 the order and his mind is ns active lie can ttlifiillv say Kentucky, nud keensjpmight.t well us oter. posted on things politic was in St.tn-fol- d many solemn things hate pas-e- d dur 'ing these tears in a well ns out of Wednesday and told the L .L that he tins confident (hut McCreary the ordei and knows bv experience will be elected goietuor in Noternbel "that in tin practice of Friendship Love and Irutli iouiid lt from J.i,nno to :ij,()00 maiority. I best snfe guards will be tlu ills the against of Uo sats thnt he hears eterywhere ate.'Therefore be it he goes of men who hate never votResolved by Crab Orchard Lodge ed (he democratic ticekt before who No. 108. I. O. 0. F that we will w? in lino for McCreary in nud prayers for while nil who left tu ISiHi nre our best wislitf ISrotlier Kdmiston in his body afflichome again. tions and trut our Lord will give him "(fiat peace which passelh all CHAIR FACTORY FOR understanding." CRAB ORCHARD Result ed. That a cnpv be spread Mr. Snlms. of Troy, Ind., has been on our minutes, one sent to horn in Crab Orchard the last week in Diother Kdmiston mid one sent (o teresting the citizens of that fec- - our official organ, the Kentucky Odd fellow for publication. tion 111 ,t chair factory- - The plant M. M. VKRKINS. Sec'v. in which Mr. Snlnvs is- interested will work 130 hands--. The business men STOCK LAW ELECTIONS. there nud the farmd in the ndia- ent territory are much tnken with the proposition. The twn ngrees to At 11 meeting of ihe fiscal ourt give the enterprise five years' ex- List week, the unit for stock law elee emption fioni taxation. Crab Orch- lions was fixed as the magisterial ard is well located n a situation ns districts, making four stock law tbcie is n lot of good beech timber in the count. It is said to be in the east end on the waters of planned to hold elections in several Hack Creek! Dix Riier. nlso 011 C011- - of the districts Ibis fall lo determine per Creek in Rockcastle, which whether stock shall he allowed lo county nlso affords a largv quauitv inn at large on Ihe highway. The of Ibis species of timber, which election was carn,d in Ihe Wntnes-butg- r would be in cast reach. Two en district hist year but owing to meetings have nlieadv a technicality will hate to bo held thusiastic liciu held, ami it U almost ure to over again lo become legal. Tim bo a go, ns the cast etidurx am tvido Crab Orchard distrnt is snj,l to bo awake mid randy with their suppoit. desirous of nlso holding an election. 1 u. n n, Ci-eJ- SPLENDID RECITAL. Dr. Alcorn attended the Fernbnnk Many Turn Up With Serious lnu-rle- s Dam Celebration at Cineinnuti this week. Double Track to RowMiss Liztie Phillips of Liberty la land Wtud Cost Less Iho guest of Mm. William Mycr. Post Master Hlain, hiw returned Chum Agents of the L. & N. hate from Springfield, where lie attended been busy settling up with those who the 1'resbytcriuii convention. Henry ISauglimnn attended the were injured 111 the head-o- n collision between the K. C. and the west horse sales ut Stanford Wednesday bound pnnscneor between here and nnd Tliursdav. Mr. Chns, Turns of Jackson. Ky Itowland a short time ago. So far (is could be learned at thnt time, is wit'i her sister Mrs. J. C. Carpenptaetiimlly no one was seriously in- - ter. Mr. and Mrs. llavs Foster were in allied outside of the eiiRinenr of the through (rain who hud two ribs brok this city last week. Miss Annie 0 Neul and brother of tu, but binee then it has turned out that n greet ninny "serious in Dnde City, Flu., visited their nuele juries" have developed among those Mr. J. C. Nenl Inst week. Miss Kdim Cnnmiti is home from who were on the trains. Most of the itamagi! is said Ip have been done 11 delightful visit to Mr. and Mrs. Jo passengers on the west hound Howard ( amnitz nt Pittsburg. .Mr. and Mis. Jake Tucker And children are with Mr. nnd Mrs. Geo. Tucker this week. Murrell Haul hns returned from Quincy, Ky .there he spent the summer with his gnindpurents Mr. nnd Mrs. V. H. Morse. Alis i Odin Couibest is with her Mster Mr. Stanley. Stevenson this week. Mrs. Waller VnnArsdall, of is with Mr. aftrt .Mrs. II. K. ('auuiitz. Jack Newbcrn has accepted u position in 0. L. Penny's drug store. We nic sorry to lose Jack. His courte otisness und sunny disposition jnude 11 11 pleasure lo trade with him nnd his many friends wish him nil the snecess possible. Mrs, Anderson Nunhelley was in town shopping Friday. Mr. Farris Sandidge and son Don-1- 1 Id were oter Friday to visit Miss Sara Sandidge who is attending school bore. Miss Rluck Git ens was guest of Air. Rootle Reid and family nl Dan-- , i:. Secured to Try Bad Murder Case In Pulaski County. A Lincoln county jury won secur ed nt Somarset Wednesday to try Fount Helton nnd Jim Ellis who iir clmnrcd with murdering Squire A. J. Hentty nt Hurnsule hist July. The defendnnts uru said to be blind tiger operators mid to have gone into Heat ty' oiticc nnd shot him down in cold blood, it is said to be the worst r.iurder case ever known in Pulaski county and feeling is so bitter against the men there a jury could not be secured to try them. Sheriff Weddle came here Tuesday und summoned 100 Lincoln county men to appear Wednesday and from there twelve good men and true were chosen as follott-3-, It. M. New-lan- d, R. C. Arnold, Ed. Wilkinson, George, Carter, J. M. Pel lus Jack Cover, J. R. Harris, lilac k Huffman, L. I J. Denham, George Rout, W. II. I irmly nnd Sam Bishop, fount) Attorney W. S. Rureh was secured by the Coinmonwenlth to assist in selecting the jury. There nrn a number of witnesses summoned, und the jurymen nre belieted to ho tu tor a ijrotractcd visit to the capital ol Pulaski. SPLENDID MEETING. As Bcinq Conducted WORD FOR STANFORD Hustlinq Little City Surprises Many Here Last Week Two Thlnos Needed. "You neotde who live in Stanford do not appreciate the Improvement which is constantly being mode ut your town," remarked lol. t. rubble, of Danville, who came over ere Wedncsdny with Mnrcus Helm to wnteh the big sales, one who only makes n visit lure once or twieo a year, the change that is gradually beiag made for the better in )our little city, is truly rcmnrknlile, and still is imperceptible lo the man who is 011 the. ground all the tunc. No town of near the sizo in the slate cun touch Stanford's courthouse, and the new depot which the L. & N., is preparing to build will be n splendid improvement nnd give you a b'g boost. It will prove a splendid for the town by reason of Ihe fact that people traveling up mid down the road will see it constantly und talk about it." Other visitors here last week, also hud many good words to say of Col. V. J. Mursball, of Stanford. Henderson, who came here to buy 1; of mules and got them, said that he was surprised to find Stnn-fot- d ns tictive and as hustling a little city .is it is. Jinny others said that Ihe only thing tlat Stnnford needs now is to have her streets oilelectric current to ed und be getting mighty close to the metropolitan class. Keep the good work l. 1 A'ur-ln.- ul at The Middle-bur- q Baptist Church. Middlburg, Sept. 14. The meeting nt the Huptist church will probably continue through this week. Rev. Don Q. Smith is a great preacher mid is preaching some strong and convineiiu sermons. The Lest of order has pret ailed through out these services, which has uot hcrctofoie been the ca'i. Thosn who bate been in the habit of tunning in mid out of doois daring services, and making themselves a general nuisance were given to understand that such conduct would uot be tolerated, ajid they were not long discotcring in that tho preacher meant business, and have lichatec! in 11 highly commendable way. Hro. .Smith is greatly pleased with the kindness shown ium frince arriving here und takes ficquent occasions to compliment the people for the very respectful hearing they ure giy n:g liini Ilis discourse Simjltiv "nf. ernj,on to men milv, on ".TL, fro,Vn-iiiSin o the Age,'1 was a scathing denunciation of the tin of adultery Mid those who lt)du!gii in it mid Id's were endorsed by every right thinking imin that heard him. Iho. Smith is an orator with words nnd oiiruge to express himself. There 1. 11V0 been three additioif. to date, and the morabershin is being great- liy strengthened by the able and earn efel preaching. Mrs. tltv. J. B. Jones and her sU-lMis Minnie Shunnon, of Stun-tor- d arrived Monday and nre guests of their mint Mrs. J. A. Estes. Mrs. Rettie Jones of Mt. Snlem is beie visiting John Bates and attending r the meeting. Sheriff W.'T. Drown, enrae up Tliursdav, and took Vernon Gaines, son of Taylor Gilines, to Libeity, wheii 1111 jirder vns made, Friday o send him to the Reform School nt Cexington. He Is just nine years of age hut had bccnnie very unruly. He jvould run away from home nnd awny, for two and thrtc days iemn at n time. He hltd become it nnd it was thought best to place him in the reformatory. Irs. B. K. Swope, of Mnrksbury came down Friday to see her (laugh ler Mrs. W. T. Dye, and to attend the Huptist meeting, Messrs. W. R. Singleton and C, G. Caldwell, of Wnynesburg were hero Smuluy, Mr. and Mrs. Forch Sims of ;w Salem attended church here Sunday ajid took dinner with Rev. und Mrs. ('. T. launch. Miss Lmiru Johnson tour Kingsville correspondent nnd her sister Miss Nettie spent Saturday nnd Sunday here. fr er 24-ho- going. MINSTREL T. tilhv Mat or Snow will leave in a for Mexico on a prospecting trip. Mr. Henry Thomas of Liberty and editor of the Casey County News was in this city a while Saturday, Jesse Ilerriti of Liberty pus-e- d through here', Saturday en route to Louisville. Mr. Will Minor was in this city Saturday. Mr.. W. D. Dunn nnd daughter .Mis-- . Annie Dunn left Monday for Louisville where they will tiil rein tives. Us-. Everett Smith of Globe, Ariz., 1? visiting her parents Mr. and Mrs. Will Flotd. The Misses Pruitt and Misses Hnn son it ((tided meeting here Thursday few-day-- .,''' -left-tod- evening. .;ci.j tfu College. ('has. Montgomery of Libeity was in town Thursday. fMiss Kate Warriner litis, returned lo her home in Le.xinglon. Orestus Floyd left Tuesday for Lexington, where he will attend Slate ay Thai big laughing, tnusiciil fun shop Coburn's Greater Minstrels will bo (be next attraction at the Stanford Opera Houe on Friday evening Always n favorite the company this year promises to outdo its former popularity nnd establish n iccord mark both in capacity busi- incss and excellent e ol program. Manager Coburn has brought togeth er an entirely new orgtuilriitlon, new people, new muie. new idens and j Junius (t ,,; po;oy ? bigger mid netter each season He believes his patrons want new faces', new nci new jokes nnd eaci season n change completely of cnvironn.ent to keep his attraction up to its standard in minstrels), nnd spares neither time money or ctfort to effect that result. Some splendid voices this year, better. than ever, a fine program of the best and latest songs nsstire n musical treat, while the comedy is in the hands of recognized funny men, whose ability has been established with other attractions of merit and whose antics hnvs secured them a position with this company nfter careful thought and consideration. ..- Francis Weatherford for Lexington. Va where be will tend sebool this year. FREIGHT Between ON at- STONE, Mt. 'Vernon and Stanford Raised $8 a Car. o Nov-emli- er - Much speculation has been caused here bv tin increase in freight i.ltes mude by Ihe L. ic N railroad recent I on the .shipment of stone between Mt. Vernon mid this point. Those who deal in stone say thai an increase of H n car has recently been unified by the mad and all are at a loss to tipcouut for it. The raise in rale is said lo have been from lib to 2(i 11 ton. The principal sufferer by Ibis increase is said to be W. J. Sp.uks, of Idl. Vernon, who is operating extent-it e stone quarries just above that city. The new rale will be prohibitive to him, it is said, and prevent him shipping fclouc to Slanfoid n any profit nt all. Those who seem to know whereof they affirm, say that tl e rate 011 stone to Rowland and Lancaster has Hot been changed, Ihe increasp hav ing been made simply on shipments between Mt. Yeinnii nnd Stnnford. There is said to by 11 chunco that the matter will he taken before the Stntc commission to ascertain Railroad the whereas and wherefore of this freight raise. A KING'S MOUNTAIN. Dr. C. M. Thompson,' was in Cincinnati fust week. Born, to the wife of Claude Trimble twin girls ihe 11th. Mrs. Meecie Francis nnd children lelt for New Albany Ind., Monday. Cyrus Johnson and wife are with ltomcfolks. Ret. Carman nnd wife nnd Rev. Combs nttended coulcrenee nt Newport 11 few days. Docie Adams U suffering with rh"iimnti-in ' . f -- i . BLUE LICK. dis-Itict- ri Great Advantaqe to Workitm Men. A. Maple, 123 S. 7th St., 0., says' "For fivo yearn I suffered from weak kidnets and a Steu-bcntill- o. J. pro-triuii- i. b. Ae iimmlly treated, a simtined uiikle will disable 11 man for three or four weeks, hut bv applying Cham berlain's Liniment freely us smvi us the inlurv is1 received, jind ohiorv-:n- g the direelions with en'di bottle, n cure onn bo nfCeelcd in from two to four days. For bulc by ull" Foley's Honey anil Tar Compound. Still retains its high place as the hod IiouMchold remedy for all eoiigh and colds, either for children or glown persons. Prevents serious results front 11 cold. Take only the eenuine lloncv nnil Tur Com pound, and refuse siibstiiuten Shu gari5( and Tuuner. I learned severe bladder tumble of Foley's Kidnet Pills nud their wondeiful cures so I begun taking them and sure enough 1 hud as good Mj results ns any 1 beird about backache left mo and to one of mt business epresnmn, that nlorto is n (.'rent siidvniitnse. Mv kidneys acini free nnd nornml, nnd (hat satid mo n lot of misery. It U now n pleasure to work where it usiyl to be a misery. Foley Kidney Pills have cured tno and have my highest praise Shugars and Tanner. relatives to mourn her loss. Among those who attended the .Jumbo camp meeting Sunday were Miss MArt Stringer McConnell. Mrs, C. O. Daughertv Mr. and Mrs. D. V. Kennedy Mr. nnd Mrs. Jnmcs Stringer mid Sum Snow den mid James II. Daugherty. Mr. J. C. McClary will cite a talk at Hlue Lick Sunday week nt 2 p. nt., Mr. llanec loiv was with his best eii at the camp meeting Sundtit. The people nt this plane are preparing to build n new church. Mrs. Eliza Dougherty one of (he old Indies of this community died Saturday September 2, nfter n lingering jllness of nbout 6 mouths. She was a good Christian woman nnd was liked bv ul) who knew her. She leaves. child and miinv friends and 11 Edna Childers is on (he sick list. Herman Yuiight the little son of Milford Vaught is ill with scarlet fever. Horn, to the wife of Grov'er Smith on the 3rd a fine boy. Nettie and I.nurn Johnson nttended church nt Middleburg Sunday. Ida Sweetie), Herlha Gooeh nnd Miss Phillips returned to Ludlow Sunday. Mr. James Martin spent Saturday and Sunday ut Dr..C. M. Thouip son's The members of the M. K. church guve ,1 box supper Saturday night for tho benefit of Ihe pastor. Neville Leq was in Stanford on business Saturday. Dick Hatter and wife hive moved Irom Cincinnati. w Clarence Carey apd Oiville are improving after a long bid; spell. Leln Smith spent Sunday at South Fork. Me-Ne- J. A. Hurt is very much impioved lifter n spell of tyidioid feter. A BORN POSTMASTER. observation of tun vWr con tekidney and bladder nilmuuts. It i ed 'is of Ibis. 'TIs nire Indeed (hat hytv, man or child enters that especially recommended to elderly people for it.s wonderful tonic nnd offien who fails to reeeivu n cheery '('constructive qualities, nud (he yei word, from the postmaster. Mnv bin nutivut relief nnd comfort it gives star never groiy dim. Danville (hem. Shugnrs. and Tanner, 1 11 Is a irront medicino of proven miIiio fit' both iicutu nud chronic Mr. J. Henry Hnitkla, who has long been postirtaster at Junction t ity. was in town Saturday, uttend-ing'lh- o Republicnn Coiiyeulion. Our lenders know it is a common expression that such mi one was born so and so. Tlie writer helices this is It. ie ami we can sat In truth that ,n Ilenrt lluukla is a born Postmestrr. -- i&fcu f J' -- ! r - T p-- T f - -- n.:T;., THE INTERIOR JOURNAL. STANFOBP. KENTUCKY. FRIDAY. SEPTEMIEW IS. 1911. The Interior Journal. Ettibllthcd 1172 tliink of the joy Hint setges Ihrouffh Wilson's martial heart, when he hears (he bugle and the drum. g)HMHgtiiggsiffr m m C(HMft MtiPHffSr!lH WWWWWWW 1 it fi fM I J.,' r ; it fJflMtt the went thiny fer The .Shclbyvillo Record snys thnt coMttfltptire. Many et the the rnnn who get mad nt what I ho ncwupnper snvs nhout him should t A YEAR STRICTLY IN ABVANCB return thanks three times n day for contain as much 20 of alcohol; Scott't EmuUten nhnt the pnpers know nhout him mid Balerrt at the poetofflce at not a drop. Inakt on having don't publish. And we know. of scv- m second ctoM nail. prnl instances in which thnt is line. ury true. For OoTcrnor James n. McCrcary. Kor Lieut, governor E. J. McDcmctt rOBMU BT ALL dcooit PAINT UCK. For Treasurer Tno. 8. Hhcn. For Secretary of State C. F. Crcrc- HUR. Joe Jones sold his farm nf 2X the trentment of Dr. Lnswcll he is For Attorney Uoncral James OamctL acres to Joimh Hays for .$7(1 per getting along nicely. For Auditor If. M. Rotnnrth r.crc. Go. Wall hns been indisposed for For State Superintendent of Bchoole Rev. D. Friction, pastor of the several days. Darktidale Hamlett. old I'nint Lick Presbyterian church Mis Laura Horton is able ta be For Coinralsiloncr Agriculture J. W, has resigned and moved to Florida out agnin. Newman. villi his fnmily. C. L. Hensley the'expert For Cleric Court of Appeals It. U Mises Kliiui Ruekcr nnd Nettie d cnucht a Greene. hns out For IlaUroad OomraliMoncr W. F. Itendwny went to Kingston td the of the Fishing Creek pond last week Camp Meeting Saturday and returnKlAlr. Lnn Grnybeal is having n well dug For Circuit Judgn Ciiarlcs A. Har- ed Sunday. on his fnrm nenr here. din. Mulligan is the bos water melon Reuben Hocne nfter n nlennnt FK Reprcscntnthc W. II. Slmnks. iaicr about Taint Lick. trip to the I'hillipines hns returned Mr. and Mrs. II. L. Wallace and to hi native stnte nnd bought the One of the vexatious things thnt children visited Mrs. Adelia Woods Crisler farm where he will locale. keeps Judge O'Rcar nwnke nt nights nt Stanford Saturday and Sunday. U Sns there is no place like old Kennnd wreck, his happiness, is the X. Tcrrill was in Lnncnster Sunday, tucky. Rev. Singleton is iniprowng hi. corrupt lobby, which is otherwise to sec his best girl. Dr. W. Carmen, lias returned from residence. known ns Hie "Third House." He James Homer- - snyf the weather solemnly promises, if elected Gover- Ohio, where he visited his parents. Mr. nnd Mrs. Robert Guyji, visited has been so lint and t'rv that his nor, to destroy this iniquitous comb'i pop corn has actually popped on Jintion, nnd innke it possible for the friends in Jtssnnunc Inst week. .Mrs. Sara Wnrd of Harlnn, is the cob. Lcgislntuie to pass laws without beArthur HafW having served a ing improperly influenced. W nre isiting her parents Mr. nnd Mrs. three years term in the army is spend lobby is a scandalous invasion of Mile Xoe. .William Ralston living nbovo Paint ing a few weeks with his parents, the Legislative department of the Covernmcnt, nnd those who bribe nnd Lick on Frog Branch is vewf low, here. W. II. King the champion water bully LcgMntors ought to be in the lie is one of our oldest citizens. James 11. Guyn one of your oldest melon raiser i to be congratulated instend of dictating penitentinry nominations or party policies. Gov- subscribers has n mantle clock he on hij fine crop this season. On ernor McCrcary is committed to des taye he has been running '10 yeans Tuesday evening he gae a wnter irclon party which was greatly enand if he is without stopping or cleaning. troy this excrc-enMrs. J. II. DAvis nnd family ex joyed by all present. His wife deelected Governor there will be a wIlli good house cleaning at Frankfort that will ited to join Mr. Davis at White Wat- lightfully entcrtnincd .Muish many old otlcnucrs, nnu nu er, Kansas soon to mnkc their fu miisic nnd all went awa; feeling it lE5 Capitol of the gang that has ture home. The recent rains will was an enjoyable occasion. Mr. nnd Mrs. A. G. Dnnlnp re'enriched themselves four years at help to fill out the lato corn and improve the late tobacco. turned home Saturday nftcr a pleasthe public expense. Eastern part of Garrard county ant visit to relatives in Grant county In discussing these mntters. Judge O'Rear pays that he wnnts to abro- bus suffered very much from the Mrs. J. A, Johnson and sous Denver und .Churles are visiting nt Drv gate the lobby "because for eleven drouth. Rid?:' years I have Fat in the Court nt PLEASANT POINT SCHOOL ' Mr. nnd Mrs. C. C. Leach of Lex Frankfort, and have seen these The following is n report of the ington are visiting here things going on." Undoubtedly he not Austin Hale and wife of Milledge-vill- e only saw the machinations of the second month of Pleasant Point passed through en route to lobby in matters of legislation, but pchool ending September 8th. Honor their home, after spending several he is in a position to know their Roll: First grade Exa Singleton. Joe days with relatives near Somerset. work in the election of Senator Brad While there they attended the 1pv. If he could sit oc the bench and Dye, Herschel Gillilnnd, Plartie Edgar Dishon, Stella Harris, Baptist Association, went boat ridsec this rascally crowd perform, yhy I ing in the Cumberland river unci did he not have personni knowledge nnd Manford Harris. Second crude Bertha Dvc. Wood v.cre weil uniertnined i every way. of the fact thnt this very snroe lobMr. ami Mrs. William Smilv and by thnt he is now enouncing elect- ford King, Ester Wall, Stella Alford c.uili.rcn turned to the.r home m e Senator Bradley George Bunch. ed this Third Grade Daisy Ilcnthcrnge li'vouiiuglUi. Ind., Wednesday. 'J'ln-iwhom he pronounced in the Republican Convention as "the greatest liv- Owsley Gilliland, Otis Griffin, El- rnarv ;iends and relative.: regretted to see them leave. ing Kcntuckian," whose title to the mer Alford. Mrs. Jasper O'Brien of Panama, Fifth Grade Florence Griffin. Senate was "without flaw or stain." It is evident that Judge O'Renr Mnyme Odnre, Willie Wall, Joe is with her mother, Mrs. Jasper Sws-toonly sees and henrs the things thnt I'uyne, nnd.Dcwcy Carroll. Mr. nnd Mrs. Dowlen and daughSeventh Grade Mnyme Singleton vill be good for him as n candidate, ud thnt will not annoy his Republi- Odn Brown, Annie Webb, Maymc ters of Somerset were the guests of Urown, Lthcl llogue, Florence Wall. Mr. and Mrs. G. V. Leuch. can supporters nnd associates. Mrs. Snllic Murphy is visiting Mr. highlit Grade Charley Brown. . .l W tl l. ...!,.. Average 1,. democrats nrc fortunate in mnle 3C, attendance for tho month illlU .1119.Neeta ,i. .,1UJ1,II.spent WedA The Murphy Miss female 25; total 01. E. Lieutenahaving ns their candidate ror ncsday in homersvt with Mrs. . A. nt-Governor Edward J. McUcr-mot- t, U. Gillilnnd, teacher. Richardson. He is a man of Louisville. Master Willie Wall wasvisiting R. F. D. No. I proved ability and of the hightcst of his grundmother, Mrs. Martha Wall. labored unselcharacter. He has Miss Tcvis Colycr, of Somerset is , Chas. Privett went to Blooming- -' fishly for the improvement nnd ad- visiting her cousin, Mrs. II. F. Ncw-Inn- ton, Ind., last week in search of emvancement f Kentucky. His voice ployment. linrfMieen lifted in tunny states, and Mr. and Mrs. M. G. Ronton and lit Miss Annie Nowland has returned audiences-- , in liehulC of before vast home to Norwood, Ohio after n two tie daughter, Nellie spent "Sunday nt his people, and whenever he has Mr. Pleasant Routou's gone he. has bot'ii listened to with months' visit to relatives nnd. friends Miss Margaret Routon will leave in the country. rapt attention, for he is an orator having an interest in the grain and Mscs. Bust Huyden nnd Bell this week to visit Lexington friends feed business of Messrs. Burnsidc & of the firt rank. As presiding ofDougherty of Texas and Miss Ollie capital. ficer of the Senate, he will decide Unyden Robinson in the Mndi-u- n LANCASTER. of Boyle county have return every question that comes before ed to their cousins Marshall and A protracted meeting will begin him with absolute fuirness. Mrs. T. J. Price entertained a at the Baptist church on October 1, Xcll Xewlnnd nnd other relatives. Mr. Irwin Jins moved to his number of little people forIicr Dr. C. C. Marshall ,of Richmond will Norton Washburn of Talla- conduct the revival. All most corJudpe O'Renr wants the voters of farm lately purchased from 0. P. Kentucky to believe thnt he is the 'wlnud. Otis has gone to Burn- - hassee Florida. dially invited. Rev. D. B. Fricrson of Paint Lick only sincere man in the state. His sides to live. We regret to give Mrs. J. C. Robinson has purchasutterances nro truo; those of everylinn up nnd hope he will soon find hns resigned his charge of the PresHo means what ho it to his interest to return back rb byterian church and bus gone to ed thy residence of Henry Simpson one else false. Florida to reside having purchased on Richmond street for f'J.100. says, but the Democrats are liars old Lincoln soon. Kentucky bhams nnd pretenders. Arthur Scott died at tho home of bought of Henry a farm there. J. II. Xcwland never produced a trickier, more cvns Cntrou his farm on the nike, containRev. George Bain, the gifted orahis pnrcnts Mr. nnd Mrs. James ive, more insincere politician than ing CO ncres for $3,250. tor of Lexington gave one of his in- Scott at Lowell nfter a lingering Judge O'Rear. He is willing to esThe Iloltzelnw Bros., of Walnut imitable lectures Thursday evening illness 'of typhoid fever. The burial pouse any cause that promises to Plat have sold their nice farm of 210 ut the court house. His subject was was nt Manse. t;ujn his votes. acres to J. II. Painter of London at "Could I Live Life Over Again." Mr. Alev Wnlkcr has sold a two Rev. O. P. Bush united Frank Rog.10j. third intcrcsi in his flouring mill Governor W illsou spent, in three W. F. Xcwland sold to Bob Thomp ers and Miss Peurl Kelly in wedyears and a half over $270,001) on son, 01 Uarrard 7 head ot J.UUd lb lock's holy bonds ut the Pnrsonuge. ond light plnnt company to Messrs. tho stnte militia. Augustus is a cattle nt $4 50 a hiimlred, also u The bride is the young duughler of Clevelnnd Rose and Ed. Perkins of Brynntsville, for $1,500. warrior bold, und dearly loves to mule to sumo for $175. Mr. Thomas Kelly, of Hyuttsville. see his pallor soluierj march. The Mesrs. J. Raymond and Samuel M. G. Aldridgo and family have At the pio supper ut the Walnut taxpayers have to font Iho b'lls. brl Flat school houso the money raised gone to Texas to reside. They were G. HaselJen have returned from an was to buy ehurts, maps, and start accompanied to their new homo by enjoyable outing to Detroit Mich., u library. Jt was gotten up tiy the manv good wishes for the future pros While away they were handsomely (entertained as tho guests of tho lonelier. Mis Mary Wilson. Thev perity. Miss Fannie Thompson formerly manufacturers of the IS. M. ! t lanrealized about $11. The auctioneer wus Col. J. P. Chundler. The pies of Preuchersvillo but now of I toy to ders '20, MUtomobiles. Their outing count was united in marriage to consisted of a trip in Kentucky and wold from 10c to $2.50 a piece. ltcv. J h. Roberts preached his Mr. Burton ColcmniK n prosperous three other states. Inst sermon this conference year young business mini of Danville. Tho Mrs. Sara Land, of Indianapolis, Sunday ut Hejiron. H" hns been bride will bo remembered here as the Ind., is tho guest of Mm. K. E. Danpreaching ut llchrnn,oiio year. Bis attractive cousin and visitor of Miss iels. Mr. nnd Mrs. J. W. Miller, mo congregation hopes ho will be sent Hullie Urown. in Louisville vinitlng Mr. und Mrs. Henry' Sanders nnd Mis Dora It. K. Hughes. Van Logan ot Jew back when conference meets next Itout ndopted daughter of Miss Mat-ti- e York City, is visiting his uncle Hugh week. Rout were marriedoii Wednesday T. Logan. Mrs. Charlotte ami tlnugh nnd Archer Messrs. Sehemmel hnvo sold their interest in tho Crab nfternoou nt the residence of Klder ter, Miss Josephine Warren, ol htun Orchard Sanatorium to a Mr. Spit-le- r, l' M. Tinder, he smiling the vows in ford hnvo been visiting Miss Jennie his usiiul dignified way. The couple Duncan. Mrs. Mnry Woodcock, of n brother to tho present proprie; tor and have gone to Da j ton, 0 to cru accompanied by Miss Gertrudo Los Angeles California has Ilecn vis Merrimun and Mr. Claude Archer of iting Mrs. M. I). Hughes, uinuite make their hame. ' Point 'Leave!!. Wherritt, of New Orleans is with his To PLEASANT POINT- James Turner of Garrard sold two parents Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Wherhorses for $15(1 each. ritt. Mrs. Charles Davis, of Chatta Crops in this section uro looking The following were elected offic- uoogn is hero visiting her mother, Company; much better since the good rains er's of the W. C. T. IT.. President, Mrs. Elizabeth Joseph. Miss Bessie James Lnmb, a widower, ami Mi-- si Mrs. Rebecca West; Vice President, Prnther is at home nfter n protractCAUfOtNKA TigSYMIF Leach aged 10, were united in the Mrs. Win. Lear; Recording Secre- ed stay in Illinois visiting friends iu holy bonds of matrimony at Padgett tary, Mrs Saiunel Johnson. Corres- A!ysville. Mis, John L. Anderson Bros., store, Tuesday Rev. J. A. bin- - ponding Secretary, , Mis Auinndn bus returned to Washington after on Anderson; Treasure;-- Mrs. Kd, Price spending the summer with Lancaster gackaqe i;leton performed the ceremony. Mr. Robert L. 'Arnold und family relatives. Arthur rnutet was snake bitten of )v a connerhend Sunday but under hnvo conn to Richmond to reside, ho Oemiine HELTON M. 8AUFLEY,...fublUher ,a I Scott's Emulsion BROWER'S ut 0 Dependable home furnishings may be purchased at this store for less money than the same goods may be had at the stores of four-poun- the larger cities. 0 o O ' Why? Because our cost of doing business is less and, our but-pthroughout Central Kentucky equals and in some instances surpasses that of most of the stores of the' larger cities. Prove this for yourself. Come to Lexington while reduced rates are in effect on all the railroads and while our fall stock is complete. 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 8 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 ec This store offers a splendid assortment of tastefully selected merchandise in every section. A wide array of furniture for every room of floor coverings, draperies and wall hangings bought to harmonize in quality and color and the most beautiful Art Section in the state containing an excellent collection of pictures and decorations. This store stands squarely back of its merchandise. If a defect develops in anything we may sell you no matter wliere you live we either replace.the article or repair it to your entire satisfaction with- out costfo you: Pe-trc- y, our goods than the stores of the larger cities. All this is yerth considerable to yon yet we charge less for self-sam- Whether you need home furnishings or not, come to Lexington this week a good time awaits you. Fall races are on and the theatres offer attractive bills. Come and remember "Visitors are always welcome at Brower's." 0 0 0 0 0 0 s ? 0 0 0 s ti. Main and Broadway, CF. Brower & Co., o&ooftgoooooo ooftftooo0&aa9aoo MAKES WORK EASY. To Lexington, Ky. aa&a&aaturxrx d. s&&$&& 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 Stanford People Are Pleased Learn How It Is Done. ies with a constantly MONUMENTS 'm 0 w mm Ctanses the System effectually; Dispels colds and Headaches; due to constipation. Best for men, women and children young and old. qet its Beneficial name of the effects, always note the plainly printed front of every the the aching back, with annoying urinary, disorders Da an's Kidney Pills hnve made work easier, so thousands have gratefully They're for bad back. testified. They're for weak Kidneys. Stanford people gladly recommend Doan's. Mrs. S. J. Huhbell, Lancaster St., Stanford, Ky., says: "I know that Doan's Kidney Pills helped me and I therefore, have not the least hesitation in recommending them. My kid ncys were disordered for some time and although my condition was not $ serious, I was nevertheless annoyed i z IS. Broadway, Lcxineton. Kv. a great ileal. My back ached almost becamo constantly and sometimes so lame that it required a great efA TRAINING SCHOOL FOR TEACHERS fort for me to stoop. There wcro al Courses leading to Elcracntnry Stnte Certiflcnte, Intermed- so other symptom of kidney complaint that caii!ed me distress. Since dmte State Certificate. Advnnred Stnto certificate (this using Doan's Kidney Pills, procured ltf diploma). All these certificate " certi,U;a!e. at Shugars & Tanner's Drug Store, ure valid in all public schools in Kentucky. Special cours- all these troubles have disappeared !ow, TKmo to appointees. and my health hns improved." fplc..d., Uomutorlw, new Model School, now Manual For sale by all dealers. Price f0 Training building Practice school, Department Co., Buffalo. cents. Foster-Milluirof Agricul-tura well equipped Gymnasium. New York, sole agents for tho UnitFall term begins SEPT. 12, 1011. Students can -- nt..,. i , . ed States. any time. Address '"""h " "fc J. G. nMRRF Pp..m: . Remember tho name Doan's ' ""'"'"""Hi IW. and take no other. i:cr to the party wita which lit was CINCINATI MARKETS. Gen. Buckner Returns to Fold. connected for so long is very gratiCincinnati, Sept. 1 1. Cattle ReAnd now comes (ho pleasing new fying to Democrats who sec in it ceipts 007, market sternly to strong to Democrats thnt Gen, Simon Holi-vn- r another evidence that thu independ'ii good, easy Buckner, tho "Sage of Glen Lily' ent .and conservnii( clctncuts wil' Mecrs $a..r)0(ri and slow on common 7.0 heifers $2.'.'5 fa) nnd former Governor of Kentucky, support McCrcary and the rest af cows .f Kilifl calves steady f.1(! hns determined to cast his lot with the State nominees on the "roaster" ''""""''iptH the Democrnts this jcar, mid will ticket, lien. Buckner is coming to Mow, 10(a)ir)c lower; a,:025 market Suppoit McCrcary and the State Louisville to attend the State Fair, C'i ..I0: Hlgs $.1(Vi.60 puckers $7.10 common sows ticket. Gen. BucKiier has not affil r.nil on this visit ho will no doubt . (if l.r0. Pigs and lights $;i()$7.2.'i iated with the Democratic parly learn liowlelightod his old friends .'T,Kl,?'i,,K r,70: ,imrk,'t steady since 180G, when he was the candi- lire on his return to the fold. l(ft.l.2S. Lambs Maikct steady to date for Vice President on the Louisville Tunes. strong $30.25. "Sound Money" Democratic ticket Since then he has generally affiliatF.mmett Traylor sold two nico Woolen Wedding. ed with the Republican party nnd Tbe seventh wedding anniversary mare mule colts to W.II. Traylor on was a stioug suppoiter of Augustus ti woolen. court day at a fancy price I!. Willson nt the lust gubernatorial election. The re' urn of Gov, Buck- - It's pretty hmd to attend to dut- OUR DUTY to our departed one U plain. We hould erect an appropriate MEMORIAL over ' their final resting place. A monument is not expensive unless you care to have it so. y Our work is unsurpassed and considering quality, is very cheap. W have a large stock to select from. Wm. Adams & Son. U Mate NnrmaU"' mT8:, free n c; .!.., 2 .: ! tr"nwiwntfciiwjl..iiJ'y,llft()itM KJWtfiruirtaawwpi.n,H apxiwrtri . rTrwiiajnwiiiii m. .j trHflf ifr TWT THE INTEWIOR JOURNAL, STANFORD. KENTUCKY. FRIDAY. SEPTEMBER NOTICE 15. 1911. W. A. TRIBBLE FURNITURE CARV MILLEDGEVILLE. H0GWALL0W HAPPENINGS (From the Hogwallow Kentuckinn) OF SALE! PETS. MATTINGS. RUGS. OIL CLOTH, 11 Hf r v II II II I Lineoleums, WALL I escape from denth the other day attends church. through ,t duk WJiile pnssing Iioiimi was struck. There wns no' of woods nenr the (limlet WINDOW SHADES, much dnmngo done. creek bridge the other night FletchMr. Ed. Coffman fell into u er Heristcp wns held up by two well the other day. A bruised masked men nnil lobbed o? u fine LACE CURTAINS, tjic results. head was twist of chewing tobacco. Theio is only one timo in the year COMFORTS, BLAN JeffcMon Potlorkf was .'ailed to when we have no lonler mound our Ihestraw this morring on a pleastown tbut is when the, country road ure trip. lie earned with him n TS, TRUNKS ETC being worked. This operation is load of wngop wheels and nil outlry i on hand now and it does not seem ol blacksmith's tools, in order that like the same plnee. he would not be delayed if bo 'ia-- n Several from Ircro attended tb Cricket Hicks hns ieturiie.1 fion: iiii Iliothers circus show nt Dan-M- r. the Calf Hib wheie for Is no i no day 4 he he'd down an 'mf l'raier of Somerset guest of Mr. Eff Xeuell. ptxition at :i sorghum mill, Miis .Marguerite Ilout and Miss lie has not yet decided what work I.uuni Siiiulidge lire iitleiidiinr sehoul he will cuga?.- in in II." t'llmc but at llustoiiille. will tnk" n miicii uerdid icst nt Ueniiis Tucker our colored blackthr".' mont'K. on I ix Hner at the forks of Ihn PUBLIC SALE OF FARM smith has iihout recovered from a M(isliv is bc.M.i.iug Miss !:os.-..l;-i AND PERSONALITY. road, Icailuig from tho Huddernrs .Mill to (lilhoit's Creek station, menu hCU'le illness of tpboid fever. oi.e ol our most tule.ltud siuic.is Miss Irene .Morgan is very ill with mid her fame is spiendiug for he- mill post office, which w one mile , L . climates Having iriilel to yniiil the conliiv.'-- ' of this votng I'lenty of fruit, (rood cisteni, rooi! the typhoid fever. iinpioing piceinct. She luii "" Airs. M. A. .lories is 1 will on very slroi.g Imrn nnil n in ilwel ni" anil nil out- vuee, a d sonieliiiH'n wheii'sha L'ct Address I'rof. .1. Dat-M- nicely. buildings. September 28. 1911 Mr. John .Meier is building mi ad- to iiuing tho nunieiiee i is mi get 70-(Albert's Creek Ky. , nenr dition to Mr. .Iiuios liaiigbiiiaii'.s mi and move bnck xell mv fnrm of 7(1 J 2 iicn-ihouse at Moreland. old Mot'orinnck'n rlinroh 0 miles A larve belled winch Imrznrri. FARM FOR SALE OR RENT! .Mr. (leorge Iiiinsfoid. 'foin.yrly vest of Stanford, Ky., it 1ms on it eoines to oil coiuiiMt'iiy each eai PUBLIC SALE! of Shelby City bus moved to High- ban two story dwelling o 0 roomM, put in hi nntiunl nppeor- Will sell privately my farm nf land. His neiuhbois reirret his leavdouble Imll. ; porches, concrete celance. haxiim been seen tiyiug man lar, n luiyi' intern at the door, nil nbout 200 acre hi Lincoln county, ing. over tint section one day this veofc. ,vji scn nt oublic auction nt' e Mr. Snint Mucker received n recexsarv oiithuil.hiiKit, iiirlitdiiur a Ky., fl miles east of Stanford on Knr. Hailow, who ciiuiim m ne an ,nv pac,. nt, Salem, Heginnmg also lur-.rtoli.ieco Imrn, with cistern that he at 0 a. in., on a few days ngo of the death eipert pistol shot, dnt-. 80 aeres in corn, .10 of bis ciaiidf.ither, Mr. William Herl: rang the bell five tia.e- baud run- four never fuilinir Hiring on the liix Itiu-rWednesday. Sept. 20 1911 firm, "ne l",,,' fr"m l'nur'" nl"' iu:ri's in meadow, balance in liluu ley, of Henry enmity. He was 8" iiin school, in one of the best iieijjhbor-liood- rt inare mule lC-- 1 IiikIi, 1 j cars old. bouse in l.ineoln nuntv, with the (irai, has a four room tenant Our mail has had few changes in HEN HATCHES SNAKES. ii good one, 1 good brood mare with 2 goad barns ami other outhouse- - the last few days. We receive it at luhnntnuo of a rural route and mare mule colt. 1 mnre in fonl to attached. Dinnitv IXire. 1 thoroughbred Jersej-A disnateh to iho Courier-Journgood Btoito spring bouse, small orch 7 u. in., when before we got it twice 1 pair horse hiiiIim, with from Lancaster, Will nl'O Inst week: A cow and calf, 'i yearling calves, 1 ard. Plenty of Mock water, (,'ood a day. Some arc not satisfied e alters, thoroughbred lilack Jleikslure sow .ne family biiitirv liori this for when tbev get the news lew days since Dr. It. r. n driver ns eim fencing. linisj borce ns are u hV old. of this "ity, found in the grass in and pigs, 3 thoroughbred black I'.erk- School linuso joinintr this farm. be fonni! anywhere Jrind nmj Kentle, Mr. ami Mis. Hugh Ilagby of his back lot seven Miiull eggs, which hhife 'Jilts. can drie him. Will Hell all together or in two sep- - Itoekeastle has been the attnutiw' he hiipposed were laid there by a 1 black Berkshire boar, 13 months any woman or 11 one Terms cany. It not gueat of .Mr. and Mrs. doe 1'. ii i ate trnets. 'Si ewes, irocxl one-(Uiiil that had been frequenting hiB old, subject to register, 1 yciung boar and pic, nold will rent for cash for J012. hn.ite, II M premises. Knowing that hens of the thoroughbred black Berkshire, 1 red of all hinds Will also sell half interest in 80 'fanning An extremely pleasant oeml eent b.unyard type have sometimes hatch Duroc sow and pigs, 3 grade sows averagionsstinr f ""' HeeriiiB binder, acres of corn to be cribbid on place of last week was .Mr. Walter MoserV ed out eggs (,f this kind, he proceed- - mid nigs, 'JO head of one turnint; plow, other plow, one and 12') acres of 'iiss mid stalk informal lcception on last Satuiduv ed to place them carefullyuinler one ing 1'io pounds to he sold in lots of two liornr wrnioii, mid barnes. 2 fields. Grass haMi't been grared light in honor of Mr. Dm id Cmic of his Plymouth Hock brooding hens 3 to fi or as a whole if not sold one rubber im- - ns good m this year. thus to get n hatch of entail ious to sale, 1 buggy and harness. ot Mt. Vernon and Mr. Ileiinic floode nnrncss, -- ij wew. 2 set of liurtiw. other thin: i teii in n brood ol .lounie team wagon of Stanford. A. three courso din- ;.i,.. ili.it inn Warren. Mrs. Walter HoiiM-holoo numerous to mention, ner wns served and niter thnf a -- evi-n small snakes. The doctor had "hirKen- -, household and kitchen fnr- ftll mid kitchen furniture, this is FARM FOR SALE! number of games wetc phtyed. All fuiled signally to differentiate as to niture A lot of fowls, Terms made known on day of f i,iiiinmtilv new. a the egg- -; lie had set snake egg- -, beleft wiobin;; .Mi. and Mrs Mo-e- r Of- mine pure utrnin white Wyandotte Wo wilt tell prirateiy a (arm ot l.eurtv cnmrintulation. lieving they were the eggs of inia'l ale. J. S. CARPENTER, rod white leghorns. about 13U acres In l.tnco n county. The b"ii. nt first quizzical and unHustouville, Ky. f mile from Crab OrchTeriiM mndr known on day of Ky., SOUTHERN RAILWAY. certain. eems now wholly lecomdl-e- d ard, nicely locntcu, mogt- l- bottom sale. Low Kxeiirsion Kates to uiolheiiiig mi issue that - alJ. l. f'Aim'.K. JK. land, very productive. Kvery ncro Sunday. Sunday. together nioiistrou- -. Till- - unnatural Religion and Butlnest. September 17, tillable, an abundance of titock water Many of tho cathedrals ot Europe brood - lollowing biddy daily about anil lletwcen Louisville, Le.xiiiNl.oii, rI . and egpecltlly adapted to corn SALE! FOR responding are situated beside markets, and trafHiirrodsbiiig, Slid piemises, er the jjrann. (Jood tenant houne of tureo Lawrcnccbiu-g- . and Versailles prompllj to her frequent niotherlj ficking ia done upon their steps and My borne containing 2 acres mid roomg on farm. Tcrmii reasonable byville p.ibu-- I clear up tnto their recessed portals. onco to. and iiiteiiiH'diate htations each direc- . nils to Jake the l.'i poles of land, I miles south of Apply 11.at A tf tion. II. UronnuRb, ARcnt. ,m whieli she has captured for their r l miles casi oi niinmni. hitwceii Lexington. Dau-ill- benefit. Thi- - food -- he conveys to PUBLIC SALE tieorgetown and Louisville for their open mouth- - with her beak. le-- t They are growing rapidly nnd takhome a modern for your family as a ice, the round trip, tickets limited to MK FARM EH: Mkc your market quotation, ill II mi d.lteol sale. Pnipoitionair- - ing on llc-- h peiceptibly each day. Of registered and high grade stock residence, and place youmelf in a position to get tho latest our telephone wrvice v low rates between intermc.tiate The creeping anomaly - attracting at Caqientcr's Stock Farm, formerat anv time. This can bo aco.nujilii.hcil by meanaof is email compared with hiatioiis. much attention. r n mm that ly owned by Thos. C. Ilumber, who ubirl. vou and vour ncieliliora can u't Consult nnv Southern Uailwnj oHice or write "reel w was the founder nnd director in the Call or aildre. our nearest iwiiofiU receive.!. ; UP TO NOW. ihn BASE BALL agent or w rite Lincoln County Nntional Rank, of Twin., for information regarding our rpecial icadouarterH, Xuhville, H. C. Kinq. CTA Le.ingtoii, K , . ..w.m, onnvtiii. iliiilioun service. we . iimn' Line rale, ii vou nre iku i The game was called with Molas--i- s Stanford. Ky. This sale will take A. R. Cook. Dl'A LouNville, Ky . place on Small Pot at '.'" J. C. Beam. Jr. A PA St. I.oui. on ImmolUldj InwrS J- - O" lint, c.vor U.o buu. tit KCTIntHf, ,u" Thursday, Sept. 21, 1911 eatebnig. Coal was, in the box and bus tf steam, iloin was play- at 0 :30 A. M., 1 2 miles from Crab Treei for Rocky Mountains. (tsroHroHTr' IUrdy trees ot Europ are to b ing first base, and fiddle second ba-- e Orchard, Ky., on the ChappeH's Gap planted on tbe slopes pf tbfl Jlockr Corn war. in the field nnd Apple '.'.i pike. The following live stock will -.; fc"J.JSeT.V-- . mountains, umpire. Wun. i:c came to the bat, be disposed of: he ciiiqve.I. fnld Coal let Ur'c!; wud. chestnut sorrel 1 and S.i.vdi t filled GREAT CAMPAIGN OFFER. roekawny nnd coach STANFORD, KENTUCKY 'lit md Twcntv ui.tde u nude a have been Arrangement! or autofoot of firouud kicked and horse, not afr.iid of trains wliervby we nrc enabled to said'Ap?io Gal IbjIK""! mobiles, drives we.ll; s H'ttnu until offer the daily Courier-JouriiIt but went up in the lon bay gelding, broken to drive, out to stalled ier ill KNOXVILLE. TENNESSEE .Oec ember HO.' ltHl and THE IN - air, then C.l.v iy tri"l it but he Galtou of Clay nuirer 1 V4BaferfffiJa!Mone. full jenr for a wild one. Spider caught a ba vgelding, extra nice horses, both When TEHIOK JOL'KN'AL . Oil L'e kept ofthese and subject to register; 1 only .fLSfl. Tbe regular price of fl tho cro.s 1 1 Journal U 00 cents u fcooling :b :.iuue uulu to.il buiul llu Courier Chester Jewel bay horse, month. Tbij is a remarkable offer, him with a pitched bull, then you 1 Denmark brood nnd e heard lee Crenm. ought lend tho sMmer you send in your or-Shetland work maio; 1 Cabbage had a god head nttd kept the Iwyer jou will get tho Courpony by Blue Eyes; 1 4 year-old (im-- -. "oeied lots .it gro-iil.pony by Dock Gray with horse colt ier Jotmtnf. The political campaign Orga'i nf'i ' I t ll.i on the is, vii, keep1 posted by rending the I. J nnd put by her Bide by Reid's bay stallion; land bread loafed uroiiud to the Inter him. be ,li .ittiif 't. In the littli inning Wind I Dignity D.trc suckling filly out of jack, ior JunnidJ '.ot to the Courier began lo blow nbout what he could Clay mure; 1 TO-DA- Y. by Tevis' Emperor; his colts do and Jlmnmer hcirim to knock. to leave. Knife have sold for $0.'i to $125 and 90 itheu the Tree was put out for cutting lirt litise. per cent of his colts are mnrcs; 1 . t fi?1l. There was lot of belting on tho yearling jack iiy Harrisiuy game and Kggs wei t urcikd but Soap Keene; 4 good jennets, 3 good Work up. The nil kicked when mules, 1 pair yeriing mules, 3 suckclenut-in Ule bent of the gaimf C't'al was ling mules; 3 Jersey heifers with ,ui out, but not until he bad ionsted Main Building Containing 80,000 Squ tet of Exhibit pe. hieli grade heif 1 !.enr-ol- d Pork iiood .l)ic Juud for bis piiiend- - er, I yearling heifer; 1 A Most Magnificent and Novel Kxaloltatfen'ef N -. HallooM weul in the nir aguu cdnesand 1 yeniliug heifer subject to reg . .. l I Ii.... I... i. ...... i .. i(T ron. Tlne o.un. wiu-iiu- - uti-'ll1. llctaurcas of the Entire Appalachian .Raglan i. M'ter, 1 weanling lieiter ot n.gi. grace was I to 0 when Ap1e told u,50-00?-,r,"UMB1 V,J,",loni vVrylna In ViMir,7ruRJmi?ii.igri.'tfiir lllgll grauu uerse iu to fake the base. OjiU wh- - shocked 1 vUion f,l.!Si' p.ctacK, iBjttli f toufnimtnl. fnerml pr.MnUtlon Jof tho high Klng-- l with heifer cnlf, 1 MoUfitiln," lit pmitu pyrottctmlc. liming n ginin of not &? ta.000 In preoildm. foe1 liv (took, hefllcultural and lri.ulturil"dTi. Tr.nu-l.m- e dams of this Some made miotber hit 'nd j.mile Jersey Cow. The play, poultry and pat atotk. auidm.blle rfd hor.. racing, arte avary con. ctlvabl Una of Industrial and cwnmtrclif nttrpr,e. tried to slide but wn uf out. Mock have nil been Fold for $."0 to Tha maat Complata t.hlblt of tlmbtf arl4 mlntral producta of th 6otlh Ment wns plaing for a big fltrke 473 cch; 2 good Jersey bulla, 1 nod thi'tJut yat baan aasamblad, but w.is put out at the plate nfW he 2 years old, subject to I'cgUter, J PrJavdant Taft, Chaa Olart. Qov. Woodrow Wllaon. Gov. Jud. ion HarmV?. Gov. Ban W. Hooper, Col. William J. Oryan and many othar nit ro.isted bv the umniic. LAjnr tine Shorthorn mi:k caw, fi stcerM, 1 null ........!.al arrv win u guiu ana paKtr$ if ho had pitched the game i irtml veiif olil nml .10 efey. X .aBaaaWV . would have shut them all out ' Remarnber tha Terms made known on day of 8fcf aatBBK aiaBiiiaW September 11 to 6cteber 1 Diniior on grounds. Persons NEW LAUNDRY. by trnifl can be convened fo V.Rmmbir tha RaHraaaf Ratas. After having tried for some time conveyawo have succeeded in securing the farnl from depot by public r vn Ta Aay A. Th Bat HOTEL 0NL Y $5.50. This includes your board and admission to the sevALL EXPENSES AT agency for the M. Jc N Laundry nces-. CxposltUn eral routes In the Cave. One evenlna (or a promenade or dance. Ot'. J. G Carpenter' &. Stfn,l of exingtoii, Kv one of the finest Write or Phone L. & N.. Ticket Aflent. A GRAND TWO DAYS' OUTING. in the State. All patronage will be .U. R D: 1'. CRAf, ORCHARD, K. incepted. Wilkinson and Carter. Col. J. P, Cliundler. Auctioneer. Arr. Will Newell bought of Mr. Eff Poko Enztey enme within twenKcwell 20 fine shonts for a fancy ty fivo cents of buying n. good bugprice. gy this week. Mr. O. Sbcllon nnil faniilv from Sim Hinder is book ftom L'n Hidnear Phil, Cnoy ronntv, bn tented ing llillows, where bo has been a wel-roigliaiu. tlio iiotiso of Mr. ft s(iiirrel nri.itud a tree. thctn. Tim Jloor of the ilogwullow pot-offic- o wants to innko Mr. Hniilb Tucker saps so much on oinj siJe the making niolasscn by postmaster has bad to build up the us sweet; ho the barrels. tolcs on one side ot bis shoes. Mr. Walter Moser wishes the iiis-tak- o The Hog Ford pastor lias had corrected which said in the hist the benches in the chctire't whiteHo says washed in order t'hat tho public paper Mr. Walter Moocr. he is not married yet. tuny look nt the back of n man's Mr. mid Mm. Mount had n narrow pants and tell whether ce not he when during nil electric storm the Lincoln Circuit Court ant. J. I. C'rtio Threshing Slnchine Co., I'luintiff vs A. H. Uastin, Defend- "Nuff SecF 1 fAPER. PICTURES 17-fo- ot Stanford, Ky. - 1 n, -- l'ursunnt to a judgment of sale rendered in the above styled cause nt tho May term, 1011 of said court the undersigned will on Saturday September lflth 1011, nt about 2:30 I. M., on the farm of Hub Reynolds' nbout ono half mile from Ike Lick on tho Crab Orchard mid Somerset load, offer for sale at public outcry to the highest and best bidder the lollowing deseiibcd personal property, it "One J. I. Case Threshing machine Company's 75 horse power traction" , engine, Xo. one engine cab, together with all the needed tools, belts and nil of the nppurtenuuecs thereunto belonging, to mako a complete engine jncketed boiler contractor ,fucl bunkers, freight wheels, and five sets of tracks, less long part tpliccd tongue double trees mid neck J okes. The said property is now located lit tbe place where sale will occur nnd( in Pulaski, county.. The said property will be sold on ii credit of six months, and the purchaser will be required to give bond for the piiiehnse price, with approved personal security, payable to the commNsioner, and bearing six per cent interest from date of sale. He will first oflcr tho Traction engine and nppnrtcnnnces ns a whole imd Mill then offer for sale the five irucK, nnil win men oner xne cnuro property as a whole, and will accept the bid which renli.es the most money (10-- 3 Thi- -, Ati'iist .!ltli, 1011. II. H.SAUFLEV, Special Com'r. to-w23,-l07- We Are Showing A Full Line Of Queen Quality Shoes In Fall Styles. - mes-i-ng- jt. Cummins & Wearen, tulo-t.ho- nr al m-I- I Stanford, Kentucky. ol . Van-luio- SHOES impli-nii-nt- pre-hop- We have just received our FALL LINE one-hal- 71-.- T Dan-Mil- e, Dfioyif TF:i FPHONES. y e, .... Bar ""' .. '""'is'ss ffiTlSs "v"' jo --i Ladies' Shoes in patents, 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 tii-k- d l-'- Stanford, Ky. FIRST NATIONAL BANK, -- on-Lverv com-j.k-t- APPALACHIAN PROGRESSIVE STRONG ACCOMMODATING And Seeking Your Bank Account. CAPITAL $50,000. !. EXPOSITION JB' l clu-eied- September 11 to October 4 dr Open an Account With us SURPLUS $25,000 l i nit , hs-eelsi- i - The Dry Fall Outing To I Mammoth Cave, f 4:40 A. M., ll .....! . ..... .... I $4.35 or the JHome Lircie ana rnvare rarties. Round Trip from Stanford and all Way Stations Regular train t. cj Pkr m ,,mr----- R Dat. .,Aa&. ..V. ""l i' m: . "jr( SH aim um THE IHTEHIOW JOURNAL, STANFORD, KENTUCKY. FRIDAY. SEPTEMBER 15. 1911. Fall Here a And We Have Everything to Keep You warm and dry Our clothing & shoe stock PUBLIC SALEI Having decided to quit fnrmimj I will offer for sale to the hij:Jicst and best Imlder on Saturday. Oct. 7th 1911, The following property cotKintinjr of SO acres of land with pood cottniro with 4 room and two porches nnd good barn and other outhuildinss, and nlsojrmniitff iinplementH eoniist-in- g of plow. one luicev one jiood sprint; wntrou and other farming tools loo numerous to mention. This farm Is located 1 miles from llichlniid. i Terms, one and balance in one and two jenr with lien retained on land for balance purchase, f. money. JAS. A. KING. 1- -4 hnlf-doiw7:-t- MT. MORIAH. PUiLIC SALEI PUBLIC SALE! tfiiriiia sold my farm near Hubble, I will offer at public auction on the premises, on Wednesday. Sept., 20. I SI I, Promptly nt 10 o'clock, nil my house huld mid kitchen furniture nil in good condition; my fanning implements and tools usually kept on a ell conducted farm. lso will sell to the highest bidder fne Duroc flilts nnd 32 pigs; 7 stock hogs rendv for the butcher; one ton yer.r old mare with show colt by her side; marc is in foal to Jack; on time maje with filly colt by Hex Hiltoa, this mure was nred to Hohcmmn King, icgistered; one yearling stud by Chester Chief u registered; two 1 j ear old hend of mare mules; two mare mules till 10 finnds nnd better high, fat ready for the J,L.Beazley&Co S Frank Messrs. llolhe Wnrfield, Wieiitjies, Pic Meier, Coleman Lutes Col. J. P. Chandler. Auct. Kstill Young .John Berrj and Walter Wnrfield. Mis Hnth Coffey, of McKiimey, WITH A isited Mr. William Heed. y Mr. Johnson Young spent yeirer-dawith his parents Mr. mill Mrs. Mrs. Alford Baugh. Miss Ft fie Kirk spent n few days unrket. with friends here lul vtevl;. Terms made known on day of sale sick at Mnster Tom Beuy Dinner on the ground. picsent. felDNEY DU.VIUH, Mr. P. I). Gieen has sold his store OVER W- tHedgeville, Ky. nnd blacksmith simp (o his father p WE WILL SACRIFICE EVERY PIECE OF SUMMER GOODS. Capt. T. D. Knglish Auct. Mr. J, ,M. Ureeji tuul has gone to Lyon'Stntioii to live. IN OUR HOUSE, TO GET READY FOR FALL TRADE FALL GOODS . i'r-- . Mr. James M. Wnrfield and .Miss As a rule, the melancholy youth Snllie Heed stol u niap-ARE COMING IN EVERY DAY AND WE WANT TO MAKE ROOM FOR tipon makes frtfolous old man. while Jolly their many friends and were iuetl. With n directorate of busiTHEM. COME IN AND LOOK THROUGH OUR STOCK -- OF GOODS. boy grows serious with age. married tit Mr. Will Heed.s batutday ness men tliut represents night, after unuouneiiig to his family WE CAN PLEASE YOU IN PRICE AND QUALITY. ADMINISTRATOR'S SALE! nnd intimate friends that the cere everv interest of Lincoln mony would be on SMiiiilay morning. county; with nn elllcient As administrator of the estate of Jt's Useless to say wo were "stung." Win. A. JJurton, deceased, we will ninl competent olJleo force, Mr. Wnrfield is a nice young mini on nnd has been so lortmiiite as to sewe solicit our biisitiess, Wednesday. Sent.. 20 1911. and their cure u sweet little Promptly nt 0 o'clock, sell nt public many friends ot Mt. wite whether lart'c or sinnll. Moriah and vioutcrv to the highest nnd best hid-it- cinity nil join in wishing them u which will hac prompt aton the premises of the Into Wm. happy murricd life. They hnve gone A. Ilurton. one mile below Buckeye, tention either at the countto LouismIIc to make their home the following described poronnl prw where he is conductor on a street er or b mail. petty: car. Tour extra jrood mules, 4 to 0 Mr. I). O. Ballard nnd little ilaimb LINCOLN COUNTY years old; 0 good two year old mules ters, visited his daughter Mrs. Snllie nil well broke; l." yearling mules; ft Hartley lit Kubanks Fridnv. NATIONAL BANK. j.ood mule colts; ix vear old jack are all rejoicing over ood breeder, 15 2 blinds high liv ;Mplin the great show jack. AUo a the nil e rain that has fallen here corner next to Court House during last week. j.ood three year old jack that is n The honor roll of Mt. Monah Stanford. Kentucky. il.'inilv, Jo hands liisli. good bone; 1 lino, good jennet. .afe in foal. Crude 1 Iru Adaii's, .Mac Adam-- , Horses. One e.vtra fine four yenr Ahin Wright and Kavioonil McGul"- uni- old gelding, well bred: 2 three year iey. old geldings, one is un extra good (Jrude 2 Karl Bastiu, James B.is-tiwnlkcr; 2 two ear old geldings and Bessie lliatt, Ktnu lluti lun.-oi- i. In potltlontodo.il klodi of two three car old mares; 1 four Willie Ksicl Maihnar, lach Wuituld. lllock jeur old mare; 1 good walking mnre Mavme Beny, Leoniml Boone and snd. In fsc t. w aicsn mskvWork.thing from s nr hou down to a fence pol. We cn terre 7 years old; S dandy good brood Jacob llaclligcr. jrou promptly and (unrsutee nnt-oUrnnres tit foal by jack: 2 filly suckwork and material, (fall and nvt our prion Grade J MeKinlev Bastiu, Willie vv.w. v ww wu juut ling rolts; fio good Shetland ponies. tuavrini ai lean f Kiee, Herllin Dougnii, Corn Bustiii, .'iG two vear old feeding Cattle. Joseph Ititiiier and Noble Mulniur. cattle, will weigh 1.100 to 1,200, 1ft Jo-- . Stanford. Kentucky Grade Wnrfield Mahli two ear old feeding cattle will Wright Albert Shcikev, Willie Hue weigh 000 to 1,000 pounds; S yearling steers, good shape; 7 yearling Higer and" III ram Adum. Grade Bessie .McGuffc. Alice heifers, good grade; 1) steer calves Boone Marine llintl, Imi Hiitchiu-su- ii extra good ones; 1 good bull calf 2 Mary Hacfligcr and Thchna heifer calves; 1 four year old regis- Young. tered bull. Van Meter Stock will Grade S Ilenl.ih Hazeled and MarA man or woman tnach locality. To weigh 1,."ij0 pounds; 5 good milch tha W'aifirM. Join the Supreme Council ot thl soclatr cow?, e.xtia milkers nnd witji cnlves. and Introduce our Denaflt CertlflcaUa The follonjug wcie neither absent Sheep, Ifog, lite. 120 good among frlenda and acquaintances. Muit duriiig the uiontli. Ida be between It and ewes nnd .'1 bucks. Five or tanlv yeara of ace. GIts Southdown Mumiic Berry and Clntvncu all or only (pare time. We pay oash bene- good brood .sows; 8 shonts weighing fits for sickness. Injuries, accidents and Beirv. death. Experience not neceaiary. Can about 80 pounds: 1 extra good Po CO a month and up. land hum Boar. make from $50 00 to Clara Barton's Splendid Work. A pleaaant and highly profitable profesCorn. ftO acres of corn mensurcd A?V America Its lied ""Cr'ounwV l.vi. II I lh V Every member secured means a sion. big lot of fanning entirely to ones woman Croas uluiosi AUo . v.-"'-certain assured Income for you srery at the hear one Clara Ilarton month thereafter. Why pot set Into busi- implements, in good condition. While resting In Europe, after her ar BETSY'S POINTERS: ness for yourself NOW! No capital needrKIt.MS.-fl- t) nnd under, cash in duous ork during the civil war. she "Molly and I ngreo that ed. Bend for particulars. linn or 0er that nmo'int. onsJi bear-a learned of Mr. Durant, read his book feit money and mihstltuto counter good good note due In four months BOX LA-29COVINGTON. KY. looked Into tho treaty, saw Its nppli DON'T BE TOO aENEROUS. come from the sam0 parentb. The ing six per cent interest from dnt cation In the then pending, and coin with the cement, tuue, etc., ou get and the goods may very closely until paid. Sale will be held rain came home determined that her own from us. Kemember wat all our bulla or shine. Dinner eren on the country should ratify the treaty and resemble the gcmilno but bchluu them H NRY L. CASEY. D. V. S. Ing materials are raucn stronger than Vou Grounds, d I. M. Dun-- i Auctioneer. put It to good use. Said Miss Ilarton' Is neither honor or nonesty the ordinary and you can therefore Veterinarian. R. L. & W. B. BURTON. Admin'tors. "IT we had adopted the Ked Crosa Idea will llnd no subbtitutes, only the use less than ordinary quantities. If In the Civil war Anderaonvllle, with genuine of standard quality you like we'll tell you Just how to T IUTKF.VE. at CofToj Its 10.000, would never havo stained & Coleman's. mix them to get the best results at Former Director Animal Industry Philippine Islands. our record." cost. Come in and ask us. the least PUBLIC SALEf Now is tbo time for that Ice Cream United Suites Army Freezer and Water Cooler. Wo hav A ALLEN, Stanftrt, Ky. J. Office LOGAN'S STABLE, Phone 2. What Do You Know About This? them. I will offer nt my place at Ituena Agent American Hog inolera Serum. COFFEY A COLEMAN, Vista, Gnrratd countv on DANVILLE. KY. UridgvptJit, T ml.. Phne 186. . Prompt Delivery. Wednesday. Scot., 27. '11 1911. at 9 OTIiiek. A. M., I.'ilitnr Interior Journal FLY NEJS sell the following property! 2o Stanford, Kj., farm and brood mares, half of them SuH SriDt5 Dear Sir: Do yjti know J 2 to 4 draft; 1 Clvdesdule show whether or not nay ot the surviring -marc, has hail 7 colts selling for ov- mcinliers af the Hall's (tap luittuliou, Eqqs .. 1 stallion by .Montgomery 15c er (Bndgewatei's Cavalry,) ure draw-iu- g Hens ... 9c . Chief, registered; 2 yearling geldings pensionf Wax ... 4c 25 good yearling mules, 20 weanling A car tir inor; ago I leumeil a Turkeys !0c mules, half of which are sugar colts bill wax belorc Coiigiess, providing Ducks . 1 pair six- - ear-ol- d 7c &$& mare mules; 7 n pension fur them, but I never Hides 8c jacks, 1 to 8 years old bred good heurd whether the bib passed not oi by such siren as King John: 10 ien- I was n member of Coiupauv 1)., Uii" FV9IWissssssssHl j nets with colt by side; 210 ewes, and of course, am moiu or less inter) e Shropshires, none over ested. UNDERTAKER AND EMBALMER .i years oiu, goon us ine iei; u am a pi inter by tunic, and work-i- d RTANFORO, - KV good bucks; 1 hay baler, PJi mnku, on tint Interior Journul the tirut OfttCH I'ouu Horn Puoo Ik H7 FOR SUMMER DRIVING I Kemp manure spreader, good ns year of it., publication. (1871 or '72) PHONE 153. new; one 'A hor.se power gasoline under Hilton and Campbell, the foun- the comfort ot both horses and driv FALL AND WINTER STYLES. engine, just used n little; 1 power ders. I li't Kentucky in 187,'i, go- era should bo specially considered by ferd cutter. 1 feed mill, 1 doublu ing to .Moutunn, where I lived for securing a proper outfit of lap robes, Duel plow. Sulii lain JO My new fall and winter samples disc Sanders I still printblankets, fly nets nnd otlior nercsoarl are now ready for your inspection. or shine. Free lunch. Wnto for ing jeuia. but nt woik nt the trade present nm on a en from our complete assortment ol They comprise the best on the market dialogue 0f pick stock UNDERTAKERS .AND few wcekV Micutioll. I mav vinit the horse goods, a I ere are light, but can sun anyone as w price wuo nan 8 mo"l",, nt 0 l,er cent the scenes of my childhood, SomerDEALALSO bis clothes mad tc order. A ult ttrong und durable, single nnd double for cash, set, and will pay you a visit this harness, admirably made to your measure is preferable interest, 1 per cent ER IN FURNITURE, MAsuited to road purG. II. RUBLE, to ready made clothes To have them J autumn. TTING, RUGS. THEY WILL poses, along with a hill, line ot work made to measure doesn't cost any Wishing J on nnd the Journnl evKv nnn Vistn FURNITURE EXCHANGE more than ready made whea quality , harness ot the best quality at Hat I nut yours trulv M-Nicholasjrille hxehunge, ery success, FOR ALL KINDS OF STOCK. and (tt U considered- - Coo8 tk nA prices. GKO. B WHIGIIT Fast Tennessee lelephone. Bollier measure. PRICE pVk THEJW A CALL. let me take your Hridgcpoit, Iml. J C. McClARY, Stanford. Ky. H. C. RUPLEY, Te Practical Tailor. Bond and A. T. Scott, Auctioneer. RIQHT. plete. Call and ask' to see something in our new Fall Line is' now com- Mr. Hnbbnrd filled his appoint- Of Innd nnd licslock. ment here Sunday. will cell Sundny hcIiooI is progressing nice- nt public miction to the highest nnd ly under the new mnungement, of be?t bidder nt my plneo 1 mile Mr. 1). O. Ilnllard, west of Prencherevillii on Mr. Alice Poole nnd charming Tuesday. Sept. 19th 1911, daughter .Min I .intra hnve returned to their home nt I .a GrmiKO lifter u .My fnrni of 100 neres conlnining plciiftanl to relnllves here. Mr. n new room house, good hall, Mid Mix. Sum Waters Juid Mr. pantry fne nnd three inirces. cistern nt M vi tie Tandy of Iauiillc who hnve door, large burn nnd other outbuildbeen with Mr. (.'. D. Wnrfield hnve ings, pond on place nnd Dix gone home. rixer on west boundary of fnrm. Mt. Moiiali folks nttrnded Sctrrnl Will also offer (12 2 ncres of tlie enmp meeting nt Jumbo Sundny. bind on Drake's Creek, known ns Mr. Herman Heed of Middleburg part of the George F.wiiis fnrm. epent Sunday with his parents Mr. Will nihil sell the following hvesto.-k- . nnd Mrs. William I toed. I combined how, 1 (Miss Tannic Hatfield, Lulu Wnr brood mure in foal to jack--, 0 yearfield nnd Mr. Lmil Meier vwted .Mrs. ling mules, 2 suckling colla. 2 comHover nt Stanford Sundny. ing 1 j ear-ol- d work tniih's, 4 ivuiing. Mr. Walter Wnrfield sine a pitrlj Jenr-nl- d mules, ! coming Wcduesdny night in honor ol his old mules, 2 heavy dm ft work horPoole, which ses .coming cousin Miss Liiuro 12."i owes, was greatly enjoyed by nil presfiit 2 bucks, 20 ycnrling steers, 2 cows some of whom were: Misses Kanine with cnlu-- and J heifers. Hatfield, l.orm Bunch, Orithm Wnr-lielTerms made known on div of Snllie Heed, Laura Poole, Ssi'-li- e sale. PHIL H. THOMPSON". Faulkner, Linma Meier lleli'ii Singleton, Wient)ies and Klsie Preachirsville, Ky. Hats Hats We are showing today a magnificent line of iit three-year-o- ld MEM'S UTS -- s d, SAM ROBINSON Stanford, Ky. GOODS -- SIM 1ST GO CAPITAL and SURPLUS 71-3- Ste-Saw- $200,000.00 L.L. AMR Crab Orchard, Kentucky. S er $3.SO. Tourists, Alpine shapes at $4 and $5. Young Men's styles in fancy I colors at $4 Stiff hats in both small and full shapes at $3 and &.50. tt The reliable John B. Stetson hats in full or farmers' shape in both light and dark colors at THE NEW FEORIA- -A We sold last vear several New Peo ria Grain Drills to be thoroughly tested la 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 get circulars and become posted. $1.50to3.00 An endless assortment of cheaper grades from H. J. McRoberts. Stanford, Kentucky. ' n, CONCRETING Wr ii W. H. Higgins. Stanford, Ky. PHILLIPS BROS., 1 A Bring Your Prescriptions tw Here To Be Compounded When ymir phyiUan liai pre scribed n medicine for you to take, the next Important step ii to have tha: prescription placed in the hands of a thoroughly rcliablennd competent pharmacist so It will bo compounded exactly in directed. Wc li.ie enlncd an enviable reputation for always belnx cry careful and painstaking In our compounding nnd feci that, In nil justice toyour own Rood health, you should bring your next prescription heiel Here, too, you will find n complete and Inviting display of toilet nrtlcles, rubber goods, soaps, perfumes, toilet preparations and all standard remedies. For Interior decorating we carry and recommend ALABASTINE, the beautiful wall co.ling. Call and bcoEamplesot tints and ask us about It. PENNY'8 DRUG 8TORE. d WANTED CO Ilnt-eliiso- n, liiii Mi-i-n 3, 71-.- IS.UmsSwIsS Stanford, Kentucky sWl We Paying today for Are J. Au-s.2- 8. C. McClary .1 ', -- assssSA ,' II. B. Northcott. high-grad- T. K. Tudor. Mgr. 1 LADIES SHOES WE arc now Knowing a complete line of "MMSSHSHSnMiitjV(M(l Selby Shoes For Fall and Winter. The styles are very attractive the qualities unsurpassed and they are made over ' comfort giving lasts. Jr"f- P, WE Parkin CRAB ORCHARD, KENTUCKY. of the otnvin "i7X!v"(friri'Tn'Hii, rMiti- - . .. IJJP -- fp THE INTERIOR JOURNAL. STANFORD. KENTUCKY. FRIDAY. SEPTEMBER 15. 1911. BAKING POWDER Ahmotuimy Pur The only Baking Powder made from Royal Crape Cream ofTartar NO ALUM, NO LIME PHOSPHATE ROYAL For further information, us any ngent, A. It. Cook, DI'A Louisville. K. I) Strntton, DAI, Kvativille, Ind. J. C. Henm, Jr., MPA, St. Iniis, Mo. Low Colonist rales to destinations in the west northwest and southwest I Tickets on ' via Southern railway. side daily September 15th fc October ,' 11th, 1(111 include. y 'Danville, 1lelsh d lOiseman CotJ Jty. " V.' Servieos on Sunday morning at the Presbyterian church at 11 o'clock. Subject, "The I'lea of Evil." The Kentucky nnnunl confertnee of the M. It. Church South convenes in Richmond, Ky., Wednesday the 13, nt II A. M., Hishop Warren A. Cand ler, of Atlnntn. Ga., presiding. This conference covers about one third of the state ,nnd is composed of 124 ministers nnd twenty four lnviuun. The nppointuient of the preachers lor the next yenr will be read next .Monday. A large number of visitors, besides a number of the general conference, nre in attendance. For Sale. First clnss ladic' bug;-g- y horse: guaranteed lor Indies. 71-John Cook. tf ,' SOCIAL and PERSONAL ft j i S. T. Hnrns went to the nlntc fair Thursduy Misses lkMKie and lvii Huiley hnve isit to returned from a pleasant Jhcir mint Mrs. S. M. Chandler near Crab Orchunl. returned Mim Annie Iliggins homo after a pleasant visit to Mb anil Mrs. Frank lliggitis nt Kowlnnd. Thomas Bright IcnvcH hooii ior Churlottcville, where hi1 will tliu University f Virginia, lie linn been reveling law under J. I. Pnxton during the summer tind preparing for u law course ut the I'liiversity. Mr. I'nswcll Snufley ciime fiom the East nilit nml will be niul with nor , pureiits, .lutlg ..... ..... ... . Or uj(ar, in "wen-Ay- i, . .Mis. . it b4iunni weeks, Ki mil. fort for several she nnd F.nsigii SutiflfV, nre expected soon for n visit to his motlier, Mrs. Snlhe Suufley, George I. Hopper, Jr., went to Dannie this week where he will ugnin nUcnd Central University, lie hv.hin younger wim areonipaiiied brother, Jnceph Hopper a lust years' Graded graduate of the Stanford tahool, who will mutriculnto ut the TiU'-nliiy unirccwity. Cashier A. M. Hiatt, of the Citizens Bank of Hrodhead, was here l.isl nck and urrunccd to retire- Sent home of In.mrau Agent W. B. Fudi' strong companies at Brod-heud. Her. J. It Jones is at Ellisburg this week holding revival services. Mr. und Mrs. Wro. Henderson, of I'aint Lick, ore visitnu Mr. and Mrs, John Williams. Cabbcll Owens, who has been in West Virginia on busiucss, returned the first of the week, und left for Meurns, Ky., and will have churgu of the Steam Shovel ut that place. Somerset Journal, Mrs, John Anderson of Somerset, is a guet of Mr. and Mrs. V. I'. White. Mr. and Mrs. P. F. Kennedy Msited Mr. and Mrs. Win. T. Sprinkles near the Lyon's Mill. Willam Lunsford, wife nnd of Ft. Worth, Texas are guests ..( .Mr. nnd Mrs. II. T. Lunsford. This is Mr. L's first visit since hi lelt here 1 yeurs ao. L. K. Wells has returned lrom Hutchinson, Neb., where he visited his son, Henry Wells. I tu reports rroH tine there, and pastures like Kentucky blue grass nt its best. Win. Skeens, who has been a resident of Illinois since 1870, is now u guest of Cyrus James nnd family, lie thinks of returning to Kentucky to locate Mr. Wade Leccc and Miss Fuuniu Colljer, of Crab Orchard, were hero Snndny. I'rol. A. C. Lunsford of Little Hickman, visited relatives here last ehil-dren, 1 Autumn Is Here WeYe Well Prepared Quantities Goods Arriving Daily. Ow Store Has Become a Veritable Exposition Of the Best in Fall Styles. We've been preparing for the Fall season for of New -- . Rev. Jos. llallou will preach ut Mt. Xcnia, .Sunday Sept. 17th ut P. M, subject "Hell' What Is it t Where is it? How is itf Whose is itt Nice family mure nnd stanhope for o snlu at bargains. Apijly at this of-lic- 73-t- f. power gaso-Ifn- o For Sale. engiuc; used less thnn n year and for sale only because too light, lor work required; n, bargain. Ap71-- tf ply nt this office. Iist. 32 caliber nutomatio Colts volver between Carter's store nnd Highland. Five dollar reward to finiW uhn will return to H ford Meredith, Ottcnhcira, or write to Hu- forJ Meredith, Route 1 Wayncsburg. 11 Mi"8 Nuncy iVacer.Kas.gone. to Science Hill near, Shelbyvillc. to attend wchool this winter. Mrs. J. S. Rice is visiting her mother, Mm. Mary Garnett nt Cnvc City. W. T. McMiUin ned. wife, of Spring field, were guest of James Oooch und fanulv Hum week. Senator It. L. Hubble nnd J. T. Einbry took in the state fair at , Louisville this week. Sir. and Mrs. M. 8. Hnuvhrenan nnd family motored down to the Ktnte fair on Wednesday. D..M.V. Ste;jcnsnn, of Richmond, lias been here for several days visiting friends nnd relatives. Dr. ('. A. Cu stopped over for n short MMt en route to hi home in Jcnr-bor- n. Tenn., from Columliin. where he has been visiting Dr. J. II. Grady. Mis lloe Alcorn left this Meek lot Knowillo where she will tench in the school for the deaf this term. Mr. and Mrs. J. II. Jackson nnd family attended the wedding of Mr. JueksonV sifter. Miss Kntherine 1 Jaekson to W. F. French, of at the home of her motlier, Mrs. Mnria Jnckson ut Iondon this wek. The ceremony was performed b Rev. .h I), Redd. lion. Chas. W. Metealf, of Pine-Milwas the guest of Judge J. W. Aleorn here Thursday. Mrs. W. 0. Bradley, of Fmukfurt has been the guci.t of her Muter, Mrs. Charlotte Wurren. Ml- -s Heululi Scott, of Owensboro. has arrived to take the position of trimmer for Miss Kiln Muv Saunders Mrs. Annie Parks received n me Mige last Friday iiftiTiiomi to come She to Karliugton, Ky nt once. left on first train for that pine. It W. wot. Inter lenrned that Mrs. n truin Wright, wife of the dispatcher W. W. Wright dangerous-l- y ill. As nothing luter has been heaid it is supposed that Mrs. bclter.r-lirksi- !le Cor. Wright i Danville Messenger. Mis. Laura E. Hundley orders her I. J., changed from Stanford to Helena. Ark., where she will be local t'd this winter. Miss Laura Hundley has returned to school Bt St. Catherine's Academy, nenr Springfield. '" Miss Keltic Henumont, of Lexington, is visiting Miss Ella May Iloltz-ilant Walnut Flat. Rich-mond, e, well-knoww If you want to forget your troubles and that your taxes are cue Mioses Sue and Annie North nro hcur bc high school mate auartetu isiting their aunt Mrs. T. J. Smith in Lexington and will alst viit their bnrtber-J- . bh at Durgi.bfore. .. w. 6. rettrnuii;. ml atrongttt Inatiranc cmpantt. Miss Verna Cooley is visitiug her Lt him keep y"u protected. 3AM friends Misses Sallw and Ossie Far-ree- r. We have a buvtr Tor a farm ot Mrs. Nellie Goodc and children about 100 acres well improved and have returned to their home in on pike. Jf you have anything near niter u ploiisunt visit with this, list it with us. Hughes & her father, Mr. Dink Farmer and 62tf Stanford. other friends nnd rclutives hero, ('. M. Young, of Highland atMr. Lost. Plnin gold ring; with inscrip tended the Methodist conlcrence at tion, "from Walter to Lula." Ile Newport this week. ward for return to this office. 71-- tf ek. months. We've studied the style tendencies with the closest attention. We have spent weeks in the style center, New York City, rejecting every fashion that savored of freakish-nes- s, purchasing only when we felt certain that we were right. THE RESULT? Our store is now filled with fresh, new merchandise, absolutely authoritative in style, thoroughly dependable, as always, in quality. It is with pardonable pride we offer our display for your approval. We feel cer-- '. tain that you'll find that we have maintained our reputation as the fashion center of the "Blue Grass." We invite you to call this week and pass judgment. W.-Xo- rth rM,rrijurtixvt,' The Latest Fall Suits Scores of Smart New Models New Fall Coats, Skirts AND DRESSES Mc-Cnrt- y, $15 $20 $25 Smart Coats $10, New Skirts $5,-$6 $15 to $50 7he 29th of September is the last day for filing merchants and misFor Salt My homo on I List Mam cellaneous claims to bo allowed by Court at its October GStf the Fiscal btrtet. II. C. meeting. George H. Cooper, County 72-Rev. T. J. Watts will conduct ser- Ink vices Sunday morning and evening We nre paying market prices for at the- - Baptist church. The pustor white oak and chestnut lumber by IEm. J. U Jones is engaged In u retho wagon load at Crab Orchard or vival at Kllibburg. carload lots. Cash on grades. J. H. Collier, Lumber Co., Crab Orchround-tri- p Low fares via Southern ard 71-railway from all stations ill Kentucky to Lawrenceburg, Ky., account Ice cream supper nt Moreland on grand barbecue und speech by the Saturday night, Sept. 10, in WoodHon. Champ Clark, Wednesday Sept. man's Hall, (over the bank). Your i!0. Ask any Southern railway agent tunny friemh wil! be there." Come for full information. J. C Henm und enjoy refreshments with them. Jr., Asst. Gen. I'ass. Agent, St. Louis Supper given by Maieland Cninp Nu. Mo. 11,003, Modem Woodmen of AmeriEverybody invited, come and county ca. Hooks for your state and bring someone with you. Admision tnies nre now ready. I'lcase call 10 and 23 cents. Robert Ford consul, uud settle. W. L. McCarty, sheriff. sul, S. E. Hubble, Clerk. HiiM'-lin.a.- i. 6. SHORT LOCALS. It's hardly necessary for us to expatiate on this department of our business. Hundreds of discriminating women can testify to our leadership. They know that a Suit from our store is absolutely authoritative in style; their experience has proven there's no question regarding quality. Style tendencies this fall are for slightly longer coats and fuller skirts. The materials are Mannish Serges, h Scotch Mixtures. Worsteds and A splendid showing of strictly plain tailored and tastily trimmed suits-- for Juniors, Misses and Small Women, ranging in price from 915 to $35. Semi-Roug- New Empire Models, many distinctive novel effects Sailor Collars and wide cuffs,' also a swagger line'of in Polo Coats for Ladies and Misses. to $12 Many fetching effects in Serges and Scotch Mixtures- -a new idea many have separate panels extending from waist line to bottom of skirt in back. A special line of skirts for Misses and Small Women. NEW DRESSES While pur line of Dresses is not complete, still we have quite a showing of Peter Thompson and Evening Dresses from $10 to $25. Our Semi-Annu- al Sale of Linens f Began This Week and Lasts Ten Days Two forged checks were presented and c.lhhed nt a local drug store last week, mw for $3 and the other for .M) on which only K was paid. On condition thnat the men who did the work get out of Stanford and stny out. no prosecution will be asked, so the Ttinn who paid the checks, informs the 1. J., und nothing more will be said about it. Notice. Thu firm of Penen Bros., having dissolved all indebted to some will i ilens e cull and settle ut once, theieby snvin r.s the trouble of ha ing to collect Kline. K. T. and Al71-fred Pence. 3. This week wo start our regular' Fall Sale of TABLE LINENS, NAPKINS, TOWELS, CRASHES. COUN TERPANES, BLANKETS, COMFORTS, READY-MAD- E SHEETS and PILLOW CASES at quite a. clip off our already low prices. Not like suKar and many other edibles, the new prices on all cotton Roods aro considerably lower thnn for several Bensoiw past, and cbupjed with our special sale prices, you'll note quite a difference. We will also make specially low quotations on all BEDDING, FEATHER PILLOWS, MATTRESSES and IRON BEDS during this sale. . I.,. i.. li. nrivilcue of rescrvim: their seats for the entiro course of five numbers, the first of which will Do ceum course is proving very good. Those who get their tickets first The demand for tickets' to the Ly- Chump Clark on October 'J3. Uf Iter mo- - OUrrti la UiS mmim fW.IU fouom lk UM ! WtU.r. vtA Iblii Ml view dwwra tew M uppoav4 to b tarufllr. Tor m fnfcl It a laral i4 totlera prrwritsd rrmdin. 4 br towuatir Ulir to rur with lcal Uvatiaant. rruaounrrd It tanirablc. Vknrp Uu protMl Catarrh U bt a nHialllullenal aoaMltutloaal traalnircL aj. and t&trcfort r ' J. CUnti IUC1I Caurrh IMn, auautattarxl Co Tokdo. OhW. Is taa calf CoaMltutloaal ruir w Irani 1C Ji nirkrt. It la taken Inttraallr la Irupa to a InariuualuL It dlrtfUr a U H bkwd M nmenuj aarlawa ot tha uid It UIK tu cure. luc any tundroa tor HTUiani Ift IrMlraonUU. Addrrat i ' J. CIIKNKt A CO. TiSrJa. Uols. rM br Druitllaui. lit. tor ronatloari 1ak IHITa rt- -f rn 3aj)rn prost(l u ,aaw FINE TONIC FOR WOMEN. Lost, between Crab Orchard and Stanford, ring with several keys, ono of which is number 40 to safety deposit box. Ploaso leave ut Lincoln National Hank. Common Colds Must Be Taken Seri- ously. For unless cured they sap the vitality lyid lower the vital resistance tj more serious infection. 1'iotcct vour children und yourself by the prompt use of Fole.v's Honey and 'Inr Compound and note its quick For i oughs nnd dcciive results. colds, croup, whooping cough, brou- lulls mid nf feet ions of the throat i best nnd lungs it is an oveiy ready nml valuable remedy. Shugurs and Tanner V largo number of Lincoln county t'emocruts will go to Danville Monday to hear Congressman Hen John-so- u nnd Hon. Jnmes Garnett, tho nominee for nttomey general, speak for the ticket. The protracted ineetinpJieKun Sat KIND CUSTOMERS. urday nt the Baptist church. I lev. Anderson Cornelius, the pustor is On October 1st, 1911 we are j;oin beitis assisted by Rev. Fred M. Jones to offer you something you never For Sale My homo on lower of Bcrnstndt. had a chance to get in Waynesburj; Main street. Possession nt onee. before. Wo are uoine; to offer you Tho Interior Journal and the Week- our entire line good of 07tf Mrs. L. B. Cook. ly Cincinnati Knqulrer oneyear for on n strictly cash basis. Comu right U.2i). Tho weekly Knqulrer Is a gplen nloug you will get caeh for your prodid fnnA and family paper. , j duce just the same. When you get A Bargain. 12 H. P. Foos Gasoused to this change you will bo plens-d- e line engine; replaced by Electric Mo For tho Kentucky Stute Fair tho for no one can deal on a credit tor. 'P. 0. Rox 333, D.invillo, Ky Southern railway hnvo named rate basU and be safe. By pajiug cash 09-of ono fare plus 25c fo rtho round for good it enables us to buv closer trip. Tickets on snle September 0, therefoio you will get more for your Phone'No. 168 for fire insurance to 10, inclusive, with final limit Sep- dollar, than the old way. Remember it will bo wiie to come on vour tobacco in barn. R. M. New-lan- d tember 20th. Seo local agent for uud puy your old account under the Aqent. full information. J. C. Beam, Jr., present management. It will be to A. G. P. A. St. Louis Mo. puy, nnd now is the time for ii setRehpeetfully, tlement. For catarrh, deafness caused by A. B. Morgan, breathe llyomci and end all NORTHCOTT'S PRICES FRIDAY. 73-f- p misery, G, L. Penny guarantees it. CRAB ORCHARD. lompleto outlit incluiling inhaler ?l; extra bottles if needed, 50 cents. Eggs 16 and 17c (Pronounce it Following is the program for tho 8 and 9q Hens 4 and 5c Teachers' Association to be held hero Roosters The telephone has been installed Duks on Sept. .'10, at the Baptist church ... .7 and 7 ut the depot here and considerable lurkeys 10 and lie 10:30 Music by school children. -dibpatching of trains on this division Hides 8 and 8 I -- 2c Devotional Mr. J. C. MeWhorter. will soon be done over thu new line Greeting Dr. G. B. Lyne. 30 and 40c Feathers New which hns just been put up from Response Mr. W. T. White, Louisville to Livingston. T K. TUDOR, Stanford Manager, Plnco of the fetory and Janguago oin aj'ti. T.r wi au 4t uelah & uiseman Co.j Danvilles Jy. tu ra 4. Higli-o-uie- .) -2 Wedding presents in great work. Misses Iln Pettus, Kate Wells and Mrs. Suylor AT. H. Mueller, Jeweler. 87tf Teachers' reading Mrs. Lucas and Mrs. Nuckols. The Queen & Crescent Route wil Member work Miss Ethel Wilson operate a popular excursion to tkt nnd Miss Sarah Howard. million dollar High Bridge, Ky., SunLunch A social hour. day September 17th 1911 Speeior 1 :30 .Music. Improvement League-M-iss tram will leuve Junction 'City 'Jul School Mary Wilson and Mr. J. C. a. m., Sunday Sept. 17Hi. Returning epecinl train leuves High Dridgo at Hays. p. m., same Rouud trip Mothers Day Miss Mnry Collins. 4:30 from Junction date. will bo 5fa. City Nature. Study Miss Mnry I'Sltus fine Sanitation nnd Hygiene in our. High Bridgo Park, dancing, good imisiu splendid floor, band concerts schools Prof. Q. E. Everett. swings and shelter houses. An ideal Relation of tho teacher to the com place for a day's outing. Ask ticket inunity in which sho works: Miss ayent for pniticulars. Lizzie Pettus, Messrs McWilliums, und Gooch. The Ideal Woman. Our Ideal ot what women ought id Recitntion Jliss Mnry Kendrick be is cbasglug; with dlujr rapidity, i Dudderur. Eoillahwomau. Solo Prof. J. W. Ireland. School room decorations Miss Digestion and Assimilation. Snllie MeWhorter nnd Miss Eva Tay It is not tho iiuuntitv of fond tali. ' en but tho amount digciUd and lor. , , that gives streutfth and viAm I My Brother's Keeper Prof. tality to tho system. ChaimWlafch J. W. Ireland. stomach und liver tablets iawigok Address Supt. Singleton. inu sioiuacti ami liver nml ennlile G. TJ, Everett, Chairman. them to nerform their funcdafiiiai Mnry Wilson, Secjetury. luiuinwiy. ror bale by ull denle jPW'' THE INTERIOR JOURNAL, THE FARMERS J , Ilullnrd sold 37 nlock ewes to ltrnwn Nrni., ot Gnrrnnl, at $1; nlo to nme party n hunch of cnhcs STANFORD. KENTUCKY. FRIDAY SEPTEMiERJUilL Lexington TROTS HOG CHULfcnA. Pun lw 5?.n!SJ.n .. ifv nreventwl for.. only - 5 cf nl .... (. ..1 iwr monlli fofpooh ho, kn.i in ilia mi luirii nr l&FlSXli Vf&V&laMMMhW wnrins, rrnn, J"idTSump.,.llmulMelliM!llle.M (ninrnnK-ei- l lr lit $17. Chas. Rolibins Hold n row to flto. It. Hoone for 25. fiin Ilfehop of the WpI KnJ, nlil ft bunch ot butcher stuff to different nurl'iPH Jiorso of B. V. Onines for $130. i. P. Chnnecllor told n wcnnliiu: wire mulp to T. J. Price, of I.imeiis-tc- r for $30 curling W. M. I)rtvi sold some cMvcs to T. V. .'ones & On., at $17. Irn T. Mner sold 100 bnrrcN of torn, It'll crop at $3 delivered i SUnford to B. I). Cnrter. neien of W. V- - Disbon cold 77 his fnrm on the Somerset pil,e to nt $7.ri nil ncrp. Joan V. .1. W. Pcnk sold nn used mule 'n Took Hubble for $l.r.O, nNo n wean liuj; mule to I.ce Itnnkin for .0t. S. M. Vnnbook sold n weanlini: ninre mule to A II. Mntbenv for $71.."0 J. F. Thompson sold three mules to V. M. Palmer for $285, iiwtcad of 2 ns the types made us say. fljmer Price sold n pair of hore to Jake Knb.n-so- n mules for $300. ilrentlu'tt Urown, who lhc on the 1- October UHLAN 1:58! oVr Mnnutati to Inieribcd to his memory, n copy of thee revolution be sent to the. fami Tbnt wo tender to the fa mil v ly and three pnpers for publication. our deepest sympathy and commend Mrs. Bertie Gnnti, II. F. Surles, nrouni them to Uixi. .Miss Ada I). Carson, J, B, Honnker. In our minutes be 3 vriint n ynK e wo ,w j lunnblo Hiibndssion 'our hcaxellly father. . 3-- 14 by llourlwn Itomrdy Co., New Stanford MARKSBURY. .Mr. Simon .lohtnon mul wife of upturn of. llnrjsin liiiw "'"en Sutton. Mm. Mnrj-nrr-- t Mi'moi-h- . Tom mul White Mitr-r- e fioin ii protrnrt-oi- l have jiint rcoou-rei- l . -- poll ot typhoid fevt-rMr. Villn Spcnkrx and children hnvo rotunu'd lo llishlniid lifter u ...; i.. l.w lirnihrr in this iciuit. Mrx. .John bimpson nnd diumhter lmvi hocn iiiile sifk for tin- pimt few 'ATok. Mis Khrnbetli U nlimit well ..!.. i.i.t -Mrs. Siiiiiwon rontimii's f Drug Co., lill.Ktnn, Ky hold liy Stanford. Kentucky. nt 3 J. II.'Miller bought r. n Greatest in the World World's Ch'ampion Trotter Appears Three Time. GET MY PRICES ON PRODUCE THIS WEEK fcsQQSt . Tt r.hnlera. Gaees. ::a.B.:.0.a.o;r, M NHccl PMltry Ralacrs 4-11- -44 I6c Fryers Hens Tuesday, Oct. 3 $21,000 Futurity Tuesday, Oct. 3 Stake 3,000 Tennessee Wednesday, Oct. 4 rs nnn Fnturltv - .. 18c . rinrns ..14c Sine Meat llijjtieHt priees for butter, Irlsli Sweet 1'otntoes nnd Onions L. L SANDERS, The 1'riee Mnker .i . 12 I -- 2c . . 10c rLimkriKck, Rout. CUMES T.I Canker.11 - 2P Mi nEZKoKr'ir'oSi eWltlUiisjNUlkrfiklMi..Sr. PKNNY'8 TO-NIGH- Kiit Bassl. Bf-- r. Diarrhoea and all Diseases of Poultry "1 Kr- - r 1"? . - 4. A l jmn WiM.klliUlMl ltlilfcklTiiMlh.tiiiJ. mi.ilwnihiJ.MtCtH.Uttorn,i. rrietSfkatalllritt. DRUG STORK StANFORD KENTUCKY. -wit -4.11 rXt. .- --l 4.lUWU. I lir Lexington pike out of I,nncnlcr, had a nice black marc stolen last Saturday nicht. Will Gaines bought from Ike Poller suckling mule colt Monday, foi It wnx a dandy. $100. Tom Mamies, of Atterson, lceont-- f refused $1,000 for a crack three Almont Dare colt year-ol- d Jim Yowell bought last week from d cattle S. II. Hnuuhmnii (10 nt !i cents. Fnrm For Kent. Two miles from s, Huston villv. Apily to Miss 100-pounBlack-Given- Hustojiville, 70-- 1 M aero fnrm; two 3 residence; verandas trnod barn and all otheV eccssnrt outbuildtii'V, well watered and fenced on pood pike, light nt school. :loe to dwell and m splendid community; srooJ orchard close to good market. Will sell iiep for further particularsIt. write oi sec L. R. Hushes or W. Stanford, Ky. Uhlnn general considered the best tiottcr that the world has ever seen, will mako three public appearances He id tha Lexington (rots Oct. vill endeavor to loat bis own worlds 4 without of iccord to u windshield, the record of and 'rmon held jointly liy bim-e- lf I,ou Dilhon and will iiNo start f.ixirwl liw own bnlf mile record of fiG 4 to wagon. Hi performances j in 1911 have been espeeinllv brilliant At Goshen be trotted to n new re- lord over a half mile track of 2:02 and at Cleveland stepped the half mile to a, wagon in "o -t and Good judges Hie mile ill 2:00 flat. I kink him capable of trotting the IjParineton truck in 1 :"i. Bargain story frame A OGVi Me-Car- y, 3-v 8 3-3-- 4 1- I Clever Hotc, lm!e pnrelirted the flour mill owned hv Mr. Wnlker of l.nnoiister. 'Mr. Billv llimhe- - of Lnnenster viaitini; World's Champion from Yearling up, Present viih week. ii'ltitiu-- nt thn phiee Every lnt Mr. Hob Huffman nnd wile of Levin-Moi- l Iiiim' returned ufler n Sensational Racing Daily. with Mr. ('. K. Poindextcr. iir l.'.i..leniiiu. of Tenneee. n ON uncin nv t1u mie- -t of Mr. Trumbo nt ('.imp Koliinoii An cxhanje estimates that the Hnwkins of linker ( ily. Ore. Livingston Cooper, of the West state this is Mr. hurley tobacco crop in this rdtintf relatives at thi" plnee. l.nd, sold 3 hogs to Myers & n car will not exceed sixty million Mix Allie Dnnn ha- cents. They weigh- pounds as against tluec hundred mil at fi erv luerntive offer nnd will mjain It further tcni-l- i nt HrytintS' ed 230 pounds a picee. lion raised Inst ear. n private crop-- , .1. K. Know of 1Mb" i"'l I" Janice states two hundred of the best ville. bogs nt 0 in the barley district have been damHutchins .ri0 Mr. V. M. Andcr-o- n and elnl- aged liv the" haiMornw. cents. 4 dren, of Hitmiiicham. Alii., who hae I want to rent 2.1 to 40 acres ot monlli wun ner imp been pendiin; J. M. Mnv, of the Parksville neigh .MuM be clo-- e to liorhood, sold a 900 pound heifer good wleat land. .ni4 wn mined here by her hu Box 2bS, Stanford. i. ..i.l tliir." i it before f.ir to John W Webb, nlso of that com- P)Wiu Address Ky. munity at 4 cent!. t .iturninir. (Liquid) Foley's Kidney Remedy W. S. Arnwtroiif,'. nKo of the Wct Mix Murnret O'lleiirn'had the Diarrhoea is nlwns more or les iMwt'iitfnite to seuhl her foot some i.,i.l ..1.1 S.'i I'wes. mid lambs to. J. C. . .. " d ." enen aim prevalent diir'uu; September. Be time nao. but it liee.mie to painful Johnson, the ewes nt -' for it. Chamberlain's Colic, i Imt slm bad to dinus hehool last 2 cents. Iamb-- , at little over 4 the is Cholera and Diarrhoea llemcdy week. She wn able to reMimo lier u pound. It can always Jiioeph W. In inc. of Bojle, sold prompt and effectual. is pleasant to -- cliool woik M'indn nioriiititr. upon and Kay .lenkins nnd Utile Mi ll.r fat bogs to J. C. Johnson at G be depended take. For sale bv all dealers Jno. (lalliiilher went to Louis4 cents. ville tlie firt of the week to -- pend a few day- -. Mrs. It. K. Swope is m.ikinir a ev- Dr. ernl dnv-- . -- lav with hor daimhter Ii the best of all medicines for the cure of diteam, Mrs. Wilford Ive .of Middlelmiv. disorders and weaknesses peculiar to women. It is the friend1j(iit Hus- She will also graduonly preparation of its kind devised by a regularly ssP tonwlle liolore rciiirnini:. specialist in ated physician an experienced and skilled Cniit. Kimli-- h Dunn sold 'JO barthe diseases of women. bbbbbbbbF"! rels of eorn nt 1 I" the (larmid It is a safe medicine in any condition of the system. Millinjr f'.. n few d.iv THE ONE REMEDY which contains no alcohol llniran ot Kieluiioml ?)u been isitinc Mrs. G. t. Cable. drus and .which and no injurious creates no craving for such stimulants. Mr. Sinttli I'rton reeentlv ei.me of MO.000 in tinted THE ONE REMEDY so good that its makers into posM-si- oii froiii'nn estate of ir'itl.OllO. The es are not afraid to print its every ingredient on tnte wns left to " lieiiN by n deeens-e- d each outside bottle -- wrapper and attest to the brother wbo died n few month truthfulness of the same under oath. a.'o in California. Mr. Trton now It is sold by medicine dealers everywhere, and any dealer who hasn t It cn county formerl livinvr in let it. Don't take a substitute of unknown composition for this medicine of lived on the llerrins farm nt tins known composition. No counterfeit is as good as the genuine and the druggist f who aays something else is "just as good as Dr. Pierce' is either mistaken jiliiee for about l."i yeni. Kd. IVrkins iind s ctni(n Wodnesdav. Oct. 4 5,000 Transylvania Stake Thursday, Oct. 5 Great Free For All Face Friday, Oct 6 Champ. Stallion Stake Mond'y, Oct. 9 8,000 3,000 Walnut Hall Cup - Monday. Oct. 9 2,000 Free For All Trot Tuesday. Oct. 10 Crab Orchard, - -- Kentucky T, .i...t PUBLIC RENTING. On 15th. t Saturday September . i. i nnsiiiiiii lilunesi iiitioer, me Ilirill il in' aereM nun rihui iiiipum-men- ts, Imiij; one mile ent of More ATtiAT THE STANFORD OPERA HOUSE -- 'JH. nt i:30 I jgpjapjygagasMaanMSppBSASJSJpjSBgpjSBIIpjJJHM V laud. wm mtmi MAPS J.') ueres to k hi eoru, and alioul four in hemp or tobaeeo. T mis, dny of it'iilimr. IMward Aleorn, I'.vor, A. G.Clms-num- . ";i-'J. cnu-ider- ed RESOLUTIONS OF RESPECT AND LOVE. t"ssssssV fc IssssssssBsjsssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssss 17"i-pou- 3-- fi-- ltev. II. M. llurke, n fnilliful mem-r.iof the lliistonulle lltipt .lulv IS, 11111 nt eliureh tell (lie mre of 37. A fnilliful preacher 09 years. When as, by his noble life he himself to lis, tberefoie ii" er ep iwS- - "issssssssssV XB ' ' isssst-k"'? " IsssHssssssssssssssssssssssHbsbbbbbbbbbbbbbb! it pre-pare- ?-- That while we have lost one of nor oldest mid best members, vet 1 resohed: IVlaisssssPlassssssssssi IF ' ' MTsssssf' ''' tflraMtf 4F sssssH Wm&mtiiiy.: Wsssssssssss! -- .&4 V' V ' ftsssssH 1-- w Good 3-- Pierce's Favorite Prescription Linr RwmdyFrai CrWr- ' " ' J3HsMT?r'7i 'SsssH tsssssssHsssssssslssHsssssssssssssssssssssssssss sflssssssssssssssssssssssslsssssssssssssssssssBsHH -ll IbbbbbbbbbbbbbV habit-formin- g Jliis Je'.-nnu- ne or is trying to deceive you for his own selfish benefit. Such a man is not to be ay trusted. He is trifling with your most priceless possession your health-mwhat you ash for. be your life itself. Set that yon When you itiffer from any form of indigestion it is always well to take something for the liver, as usually the trouble lies there. If you are bilious, have a bloaty feeling after eating, if you belch, if your skin is yellowish you may be sure it is liver trouble. What you need Is somethlnc to stir up the liver, to aroma tha rutrlo Juices so that they will aid In th digestion of your food. A very good remedy for this, and one highly recommended by those who have used It, Is Dr. Caldwell's Syrup Pepsin, which ysu can obtain of any druggist at flfly cents or one dollar a bottle. Dut If you hars any doubt about Its merits, and would prefer to try It first, send your address to Dr. Caldwell and ho will promptly send you a free sample bottle. Isssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssf'- - W r'.M ssllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllll -- - J. A. ft Distilleries following 1. SALE OF And Farms m Thousands ot people first learned of this remarkable cure for stomach, lWer and bowel troubles throuith a freo sample. Mrs. Prank Lilly of I'lalnvlew. 111., sent for one and It cured her and she Is open In saying: that she will never ADMINISTRATOR'S SALE OF take pills or strong; cathartics again, as Syrup Pepsin acts so mildly. Mr. FARM AND STOCK. W. U Bryant, the Postmaster at Hardls, Tenn., says be will never be without It again. No sick person can afford to Ignore a remedy so highly endorsed as A- for administrator of tbo rotate of I this. It la good age, all the family from Infancy to old because It Is mild, i nomas miner. neeeaKeo. i win x n free from griping and yet promptly efnt bis late residence two miles soutli fective, furthermore, results are abof Xieholaswlle Kj., on the Dnuville solutely guaranteed or money will b refunded. pike, on Dr. Caldwell does not feel that tha purchase ot bis remedy ends his obll- Tuesday, Sept. 26th. 191 at 10 a. m. ? ration. Ha has specialised In stomach. Iver bowel diseases for over forty years and will be pleased to give tha the follow iiiL' property. and any advice on the subject free reader wo gentle luinily mares, two of charge. All are welcome to writ fillies, mule eolt, en;ht milk him. Whether for the medical advice the free sample address him Dr. eow, tntee witli eultes nt siile; two or B. Caldwell. M Caldwell building, W. A In 1 1 Pneumatic Tamper. pneumatic tamper has been vented for rammlni; paving atones. COBUMS Greater Minstrels.-- ' Bigger and Better Than Ever. OF CLASSY WITH A BRAND NEW AGGREGATION MINSTREL STAR HEADER BY CHAS. GAN0 AND 30 OTHERS. THE GREAT MANTEL MARIONETTE CIRCUS WITH NEW DOLLS TRANSFORADMISSION 25. 50 and 75c. MATION SCENESV fat beitern, spnni: heitcr, .)erh-- ca'f Ifontlcello, 111. I offer for sale privately the al The brand, of whuky made by this distillery have a national repu- . at ! l?J d cugc-wooMy home place of about 260 acres of land, on which is suuatea ine all modern distillery, a frame dwelling kouse f 10 rooms, practically new, with outbuildings conveniences, including bath and water heating apparatus; J necessary 103 bushel, capacity wUh in splendid stateof repair. The Edgewood distillery ha. -- , .. capacity ana Doming nouse ait coiujiicre, - baotrn. tation. .. The Dudderar's Mill property containing about SO acres of land and a water 2. overhauled and and steam grist mill of 50 barrel capacity, which ha. recently been two-stor- y brick dwelling house at the mill. made up to date; also a dwelling The John Speonamore farm of about 120 acres, containing frame 3. and outbuildings. Gilbert's Creek station. 4. The John Trayl.r distillery property of 7 acre, at of 4,000 barrels, The distillery has a capacity of 36 bushels and a storage capacity outbuildings. The John Traylor farm of 198 acres, with frame dwelling and 5. Kentucky, and all on the This property is all on Dix river, in Lincoln county, Traylor property, which is on the county road lead-- e Goshen turnpike except the John i . .. cfntinn injr I rum um r":iuuuucub rnoladdress to Dudderars Mill. For further particulars, R. F. D. 4, W. HL Traylor Ky. Stanford, Jersey bull, eiijlitv Tea Southiie.sMi ewes, four yeiirlin down ewes, four Southdown rain-- , :.even wins with pij:s about readv to ean, four dry nphn I'olaiid China boar; if not mM before day of Mile .14 liitlit weight fut Iiok, nUo come iiuplements eoiisintin of liinriinic binder, sulky lake, bull rake. .Iie narrow, pe tooth harrow, iron ioU.t ilise plow, three Oliver plow, Traill two wiil'oii-.- , 1 raz Inll. two er brake eart, wheat wheat Ian, eut- tiiiL' box, tools etc., Mime. furnituie, iiieludim; pi.iuo, also Chum tiers' Kuoyolopediu. If not sold piivnte before dnte of hale .the farm of 2Gu acres, in hih state ot eiiltivutien, will be offered to the liiejietd bidder, (lood eiht room fraino hoiiue, berruiitd lee lioiipe and oilse, :ood Ten all Jeeeii-ariiere tolineeo barn and .tliree-rootenant house. Fiiim is well wntered, liuvinx' L!trhistiiiK water in- - streum in fiont nnd pond on rear. Aboat 115 aeres will be heidod to wheal, of wliieh purchaser of faun will uet in buck at thresher, other f Inlf to '.'i to tenaiit. ,1'lie I'm m h of ili!ision nnd will consider offers on either of the two tracts or the whole. On personal TKItMh OK SALKproper!), nil minia of $'J0 or under. (ii-I- i: owr in t umbuut n in flit of ix month, purcliiihcr to gio note villi appro! ed euuit lienriiiK M per icnt iuteiost frnni date. On icnl estate one thud i.imi. halaiimt in tlueo cipiul pa.!inent(, beurinj; nt sit per tent pur annum. A will be retained on bind to no- t uriwdeferred tmvineuls, J. S. BUTLER. Administrator of Thos. Butler, 73-J. H. Chambers Aucl Iioii-oIhi- M 1 y r.. one-halsiiM-epfihl1 3 WE MAKE LOANS On approved ecurity vvhenever conditions or LonfuJlov could Hike n torthlt)! sheet of imper, write n poem on it nnd raiiku it Tenn,-on worth Slij.OOO. That's Genius. on n it worth r. Jlorunn tan write n few woid of paper nnd ninke 5,000. That's Capital. Your wife can buy a eont $10, but prefets one tlmt will i'tO. L t for warrant it Prefer-enc- e, ct That's Natural. -- . of course, being given to our regular depositors Anyono ean write : cheek for T.0,000,000. but it wouldn't be worth a dime That's Rouph. Some millem miij tell you V k they enn make better flour than ouw. - ' That's Gall. State Bank Trust (o. TJ! Fancy I'ntent Klnnr Our No. is ns iood ns enn bo tnadu nnd is bold n low ns mieli liiullty enn be offered. THAT'S THE TRUTH. On' s"ale with every Stanford. Krocoi-ynjiu- i b i dn J. H. DAUGHMAN & On. K2SIKE r s