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JUDGE WALKER AND FRIDAY, COUNTY JURY CRAB ORCHARD. SPEAKING AT MIDDLEBURG Congressman Helm to Open There and at McKinney. Cam-palq- HUSTONVILLE. n GIVES DEATH PENALTY. O CUPID'S CAPERS. JUJHIJ O O & James Ellis Convicted at Somerset And Condemned to Electric Chair For Murder of Squire ty At Burnslde. Beat- - Tho Lincoln county jury which tied Jnincn Ellin nt Somerset hist week Riivfl n death 'vVrdiet ngiiiiil dim. Tho Jurymen rvlurncd ti their hitmen her Sunday morning and wcru met nt tin depot by friend uml relative wlm rongrntulntcd them upon liieir nrtiiiu. A dispatch from Somerset tells of lebruted tint closing scenen of tl J r After being out tlireo liourn with nil hour for supper, the jury In the rice of .lumen Ellis, clunked with (he niuider of Squire Heattv at Burn jiiiln Home time ugo, minounecd nt H o'clock Sntuiduy night Hint tliey hud leached u verdict. The court-roowas crowded. Judge Itethiirum Kent for the prisoner and upon his urrivnl tlie jury wns brought in K. it. iui 'tu'iin ns foremnii, rend the eniiet. Ho snid, "We, the jury, lind the defendant guilty and hx his pciinllv id death.'' Each juror said it was his verdict F.'li.s showed no sign of wenkencing mid his'exprcnsion changed hilt little. His wife threw herself in Ins arms mid cried. His winter also cried alnuil Ellis Iriicl lo pneify them. His children hull;; to Ids neck. On Tuesday Judge Ilethuruiii will net the day for '.scut ion. This it, llio llrrtt death emilly in the coiirlsthcrc fur thirl y years. A great crowd of limiiMdi citixens was present to benr tho verdict . Tho jury on the first billot tot 'd guilty, one juryman (.Mr. .1. M. I ViIhh) holding out for life sentenco eleveu were for dentil. On the sec-u- d bnllot the verdict for the death icualtv was unanimous. Che trial of Helton will ho called r Tuesday. Judge ltelhiiruni has ent lo Cney coiiulv for n jury. Most oi Siitunhiv w.is in ken up with arguments. The defense fin ished its evidence at II) o'clock after which the prosecution offered several witnesses lo proe Heath's good chariieter I'uited States AMorney Edwin I. Morrow hskc first for the State and lie in a most drniniiti' way pictured the murder of Iteatty jiild'Hcalh mid nil Unit led up to il. n His pietuie ot the mother when she win hrut.illv ordered nwny from the bod of her son iimucdinlrly following 'he killing brought team to Hut of sunny npeotnlnrs. and Ellis' sislc.-- . who ban been constantly in Hie coiirl-roocould not control her emotion. The solis of Mm. Iteatty could he heard over the hushed court rooie. Mi. Morrow poke for an hour and a half All the while thai .1. X. Sharp was speaking in his behalf Kllu. held his smallest ihlld in his lap while the others phivcd about lus knees When Slmip would iiinke a good miuiI in his speech, iin Ellis llioiuht he, would Sliaip wnile and nod his he.ul. hnikc for nearly two hours uml was the onlv one to scak for (he defenie He said that no two wifiiesses hud testified to the same Hunt; in the trial that even one of them saw the tragedy in a different way; Hint he did not nee how a jury could send a man to death in the electiie chair Sharp under such Mri'iiui-tuncc- s. pointcdl. ealhd attention of jury to urr.iy of legal tnleni for the prose. ciilion that filled Hie entire side of He intimated ipiite lb. coiirl-roobroadly ibal Ellis wns being persecuted iulead of prosecuted, that vealtli was nrrnved uguilist mi iiiuo- out pultv. I'omiiuiiouwealHi'o Altornev Jurvis cbircd the ciisc at " o'elouk. when the jury retired to its room to its verdict. Jurvis nddressed tb jury for nearly two hour, plead-fo- r n verdict of murder in the first lerrec. "I will not read the instructions of Hid court an to manslaughter, for m 1 -gucf-strickc-con-nider triul: At the residence ot the. hnde'n parents, Squire mid Mrn. F. M. Cox, nenr Jiiuelioii City Inst Tlmmdny inoniiiiK, Mr. Littleton t. Wee, n prominent business mini of Cynthi-uiii- i, wnn murried to Miss Martha Cox,. Only a few friends were tires-in- t. The bridal couple at once took the I,, i. N., for Knoxulle, Teiui. I'poii their return to Cnthiunii they will j.'o In bousekeeiiii);. UtiV. 0. W. Mills, ol Owincnville, mi id the cere-uiotwhich united thin couple. Mr. Ileur I,. Sniulem of llynttt-vill- c and Miss Dora limit of I'oint l.cavell were married by lle. Tinder at bis homo Wednesday afternoon. The urooin in the sou of the late John A. Sunilcre and the bride is Hie daughter of Mm. Mnttie limit. Itoth lmu a wide circle of tricniU who wish them much happiness. iy HIGHLAND. Mr. Jamen M. Warfield and Minn Snlliu E. Heed were married Saturday niKlit at the lesidcnce of the bride's parents, near Highland, Elder The bride M. Loiik officiating. is Hie youngest daughter of Mr. and .Mm. William Heed, and is n beauti-til- l and aceoiupli.hed younx lady The Krnoiii is one of our most sub nlantial yoiiu men, ami ban a host of friends here. Tiiey left Sundiiy inornin? for Louisville, where they will make their home. Mr. Wail'icld ban employment there an street car (oliduetor. The best of their limny friends here, ;o with them. Mav He who holds our lixcs in the hollow of His hand gentry guide this worthy ounc couple, through life, and may t.orrow ami disappointment never cross their path. Mr. Yiiutis Singleton of Ludlow, 'wis calling on his best Kill here lust Sunday. Miscx Fannie Hatfield and Lulu Warfield, and Emanuel Meier fpenl Sunday m oiir city the guest of Mr. mid Mrs. C. - (lover. Miss Sulbu Faulkner left hist week for Ludlow. Mr. mid Mm. J. S. Youni; are on the 'irk t. 'Ihcie will be iruer liieetiui; nt Ml. Mori. ih on each Saturday uiht All ale cordiallv invited to attend. Toh.ieco tit litiir i the order of the day. The crop-- , am not as ood a on account of t li dry weather. Mm. John Meiec. is her daui:htcrs, at Louii.ille. Mm Ilclle Iiy of Shelbyville ludi-tiii- a her father Mr. S. S, is llantiu Alma I'loreiiee little daughter of Mr. and Mm. .lames Heed has been 1'iiite sick. Mm. M.iyme Ymiiis; spent Tiicdny in Staufonl. Mm. Lillian Haer aiul dauuhter Mi.r. llessie have ictiirned to their home in Wisconsin, after a plensnnt J. What U nrobablv the first, hence 'the most notable, example of modem educational methods in the entertainment of little children o four public schools filled with games mid amuse mo nts for the primary department of the Crab Oliehard graded school on Friday last. The entire class of Misn Mary Collins, the priiriary teach cr, was invited to enjoy u lawn fete nl the beautiful home of Mr. and Mm W, I). Edmiston, whose spacious, blue grass yard wan tilled with the laughing throng ot "infants" from Lubes in their mother's nrms up to and out. Space forbids more (ban u Iniity mention of the program, which was entirely the product of Miss Collins' training nl the Western Kentucky Stale Normal School and consisted oi diversified such us delight Hie childish heart, unit which at the same tune inculcate the high-ideas ot gentleness nnd courtesy. Alter mi hour ol gleeful pleasure tin little army, of sixty-od- d was treated by Min Collins to delightful refresh incuts. The afternoon was distinctly a success uml it will he duplicated in some eipiully delightful form in -- ocinl training. The little ones pres MisKC Winnie IJ.iKer, .'nt were: I.'essii' Ilyrd, Ora Vanhook, Joie .Smith, Nell KnhiiiMiii, Mary Howard, .Mary King, Saribla Harris, Artliusu McCurlcv. Ada fieisr.1, Lilhe Martin Hutli Lucas, Olnihs Wnlliu, I'earl Soulier, Jeanettc Nnpier, Iteie Ocis.l, Hazel Hunter, Aline I'cri- -, Cecil Foley, Musters Claude Harris Harbin Harris, Win. Hubert Lovi-- , nmii'-emcnei Jo-cp- li-- Ikiuub. at Fair.view, Tliumdny. Mr. Joepb Maybiier, one of our l.el eitizeiisi left last we.ek. for t'yiilhiaun. Mr. uml Mm. Marshall Hutchison Saturdav with her father Mr. K M. Lorn; near Stanford. Tiiomas IWrv, who has been iptitc sick i iiiiproiui:. Miss Flora Tho'iuis of Ohio her parents Mr. and Mm. A. H. Iiiii'iiu, of this place. Mr l'edro (Ireeil made a short isil home Ihi- - eek. la- -t week Mr. .lolin flerkey with home folks. Mr. Henry Heel and family hae ioed lo Danville. Mr. nml Mis. Chas. Lute and ihillreu of your city spent Sunday villi his parents here. They cume out in their liandsome new auto. .luduinc from the number of bin;, pies that passed here, thin part of the country must have been well represented at the HniiKlimnn sale tisit with relaliws liere. yuiti !inumber of our people the burial of Jim. Aucie .iit i- Ihey do Hot, in my opmiiiii, properly enter the case. This was murder in tho fust decree." ROBINSON A REUNION. Inst week Mrs, Hhiukcnshlp is with her daughter Mm. I'. I). Oreen. Dr. L. F. Jones of Crab Orchard, was j profe.Skinnal visitor here Fri-iln- y. reunion of the immediate family mid relatives of the late Hcnjumin F ItobiiiMiu, who resided for yearn pear in Outran! Camp Dick Robinson, county was held last week at the , lui house on Dix River. Forty rein-livgathered at the beautiful npot and to say the day wan a delightful nml happy one but mildly expresses Hie .event. The Robinson family Is one of the roost piomiueiit and popu Inrin Central Kentucky Every mem her being possessed of that sociability and honorable bearing ' characteristic of Col. IIu wan, in his prime. Knbiiison. uiiiuestionably, tho boot known slock lean in tb'm section, mid dintriluited In YOSEM TE Horn, to the wife of Clay Esles L'iil the IMh. both mother and baby from Chas. Lawipneo arc Betting Mm. Mnttie D.ivcnpnit bought n aloiiR well. Kood milk cow lust week Cravens for $l."i. Hichnrd Coleman Lutes between Stanford and Turnemville. fieo. MijAninch and wife, of Ml. Saleni. made this town n Hying visit Suiidav. Mrs. Ilelle lowborn visited J. A. Law bora on Truce Fork from Friday to Snndav. We aro glad to my Miss Helen many a ihoiisnnd dollius among the Shnrp, who Iiiih been an invalid for He wan u true friend, an farmer ho lon in improving. Casey News citihonorable Kentlenmn and will Innir linger zen, and bin name Hooka for your atuto and county with those who know him. A Miinp-tuon- g Mnxoi are now ready. Please call dinner wi scred. Danvillo and Bcttlo. W. L. McCarty, sheriff. Messenger. 0, are Carter nnd buildiin; a dwelling' for FEVER. Misscn Knso McCormnck of our Cntholio services were held nt tho City and Nell Wright of Liberty were home of Mr. nnd Mm. N, Miller lust Popular Jurist Stricken While Hold-In- q delighted with their trip recently to week. Court at Danville, and llarrodshurg. Fisher Herring bought n Taken Home to LanCongressman llnrvey Helm will Mr. D. S. Carpenter who has been old mare of Ed Price for flO. caster. take the slump for the democratic ill for some weckn is slowl.ypimprov-inJudge L. L. Walker has been apnlnle ticket this week, opening the pointed by the governor tin special enmpfiigu in Casey county at Middle Mm. P. W. Green of Lexington judge to try the case of the commonIlin ninny friends in Stanford and burg on next Suturday at Iwo was a welcome guest with her mini wealth against the A men ran TobacLincoln county regretted greatly lo night he will speak erou.s friends here reentry. The same co and the Interniitionul Harvester learn that while holding court nt Oood crowds will nt McKinney. Mm. Jesse Coulter Taylor of Company in Trimble county. Danville Judge Lewis L. Walker was doubtlessly benr him at both place wns the guest recently of W. II. Dutton, of Garrard county, with typhoid fever. Ho lor Mr. Helm is a convincing spink-c- r, her sister Mrs. (,' Hud McCortiinck shipped n car load of stock to the striekri ami having been in Hie thick of or. West Main street. Wilson Live Stock Company nt Wil- wus removed to his home in Lancasthe fight nt the Inst session of ConMiss Hello Pcnvyhousc has gono son North Carolina. There were 10 ter, where he Is being given every atgress when the democrats pased so to Hirhmoiid to enter college where homer) from t to (i yearn old which tention and comfort possible, demuch good legislation only to have flic will complete her education. cost him on an average of $170 per Tuesday it nullified by President Tuft, he is Misn Julia Dnmeron wan the guest head, 8 mare mules lroni 4 to (I ports from his bedside in a splendid position to tell the peo of her numerous Liberty friends- last yearn old costing, 1'I0, it bend on an morning were to the effect Hint he is jdi' the inside fuels of the ense v eek. believed to be holding his own very average. Splendid crowds ure turning out J. II. Iloiuiker recently Hold to Miss llessie Anderson, daughter of well, although it is too early in the ill democi'iitie speakings all over the Danville biycrs forty head of bcnuli-l- W. M. Anderson, of Harper Kits., stage ot the liscnse to tell just yet state, uml such enthusiasm Turning 1,400 pound cattle. They wern wus ii'iinied to C. L. Htirthohlt of now serious an attack it muy be. the people for a state democratic nil top notch nnd brought top prices. Kiiiimi.s City. The bride is u uieco P. $utididgc ,of ticket bus not been seen in many There were no second grades among of Mm. Dollie Hrowii. Misn Aranuda ;s Judge W. flnlnimliwl Uv lw, Ilus- selltil e. unu years. Hon. Jnmes Gnruett, the thorn. Anderson uml brother of thin city. nor us special judge lo preside m nominee for attorney gciierul nnd Prof. J. E. Bennett tins ngnin takTim teiichem' institute will be held Congressman Hen Johnson made vig- en charge of the "Smith School' on October 'Jnd, to bo conducted by tlie Moylo court during Judge Walorous speeches to a large crowd at the Jumbo roml and bus nn lu'eruge Supt. M. A. Cansidy und Mm. Cora ker's illness. Dinville Monday, and were repented attendance of about fifty. Wilson Stewart. GENERAL NEWS NOTES. ly cheered. This was the hitter's G. H. Floyd and Presley Sluder, Miss .Mulis.su llitmin who has been first speech of the campaign and he the Geneve, in Somerset visiting her brother is inerchnnln of Escorted Irom Lexington to Alays-vil- le came out strong and uneipiivoeally report business fine and in every ill of typhoid fever nnd her mother for the entire ticket iroiu tup to wny satisfactory. A large saw and .Mm. lieu Haniiu bus gone to her Hum by n company of militia, W. T. pleuded guilty to two indictbottom. pinning mill is doing a good business bedside. ments charging mistreatment of there. .Mm. Thomas H. Walker, bus been young girls. He was sentenced to McKINNEY. A large rattle snake with seven arranging her business nffuirs in the penitenlinry on two indetermin-nt- e rallies ami u button was killed re- Lancaster prior to moving to Nicheo terms whose maximum toul is 40 Mr. nnd Mm. W. T. McMillin. of cently nenr Elixir Springs. lasvillu Mm. Walker's many Lancas- yours. .Springfield, Ky nre visiting Mr. Considerable preparations were ter friends will .see her take her deThe trial of Fount Helton charged Jnmes Gyoch nnd family this week. made for the opening of the annual parture with much regiet. with the murder of Squire Heutty nt Miss Until Tinnier lett last Friday camp meeting Inst week ut Jumbo. A marriage thut occurred lust Hiirnside begun at Somerset for an extended visit to her uncle A number of prominent pastors week in the city of New Orleans is Tim official count shows that .luiiies, Jos-cp- h Mr. E. K. Owens al Earliugton, Ky. from over h Chimin Ooocb, the slate are attending. of interest to friends here at the old Muino voted back saloons by 20 ina- Lemlfont, Misn Tanner will visit places of inHamilton, 'Millard The late rains have greatly im- home bride. It is thut of Miss David llurdette, Ilonl Anderson, Al- terest while away including Evmis-vill- proved the prospect for better corn, Alma of the Hcrkdule und John It. Jiuuy. Itcbeca I At the election hold in Gullatin Lee Davis len Smith, Sam Kink, Iiul., nnd attend the state fair tobacco uml liny in the West End. Lnganite, Jr., The bride is the pret- 'county on Hie locnl option proposiFisher Hugh Wallin, Dewey I'nee, at Nashville Tenn. She will he away Some handsome homes nre being ty young grand daughter of Mr. and tion Saturday the county voted lohiiuie I'riee Cluy Steward, Iteiuiie about l. days. erected on Douglas avenue. The W. Mrs. W. C. Wiiernlt. "dry" by a majority of 208. Tho Stewnrd, Egbert Vanhook, Albert Dr. Edward Alcorn of J. Campbell home is strictly up to Aid Society will meet election was called by the "wets," The Ladies' e, Vanhook Futc Sow tier, Aneil was in town a while Inst Saturday. date nnd would be an attractive or- Saturday afternoon with .Mm Eliza- , (the county having gone "dry" threeHoibert Loving, Evan Eduns-toii- ,. Ilav Tanner and Arthur Coffey nament even to "Little Hrittnin." beth Mnson ut the home of her sou yeurs ago by n mujonty qf visitom, Sarah May I'ettu-- , .'eft for Keren last week where they 9. Mr. Jnmes Wnlls of Shermun, Tex. W. H. Mason. Proocrty. loss estimated at haalC will attend college for ibis year, Hay is the welcome guest Loruine and Franci- - Edmiston. of his uncle Dr. John 0. South, of n inillj-tdollars wns caused by n I'crkius, Frank Oci-z- l, Edwin and Arthur nre two iiugh.tvyJfiuu.buy's Mr. Jnke Wall. It hns been DO yearn who married .Miss Christine JJrudley cloudburst near Pittsburg MeCmley, Elvuril Estvs, ,uhi Hell nnd we hale to lose them even for since he left last week. Kentucky and be notes formerly of thin pltice wus elected A man leuuniiig Hohiusoii Mesdames Maurice Perkins a while. ugninnt a wire will much pleasure the great improve president of the Slate Itomd of clothes line ut New- - Castle, Ky., durMiss I'earl Collier, W. D. Edmi-toMm. W. .1. Montgomery linn been incuts since he left. Health to succeed the Lite Wr. Wil- ing n storm wns killed by lightning Messrs. W. D. Edmiston, Mr. White confined lo her beil lor the past Mr. D. S. Carpenter who is quite liam Ilniley of Louisville. The brunch Hank of Montreal at uml C. K. Woods. week with inflammation of the stomick is thought to be slowly improvElder and Mrs. F. M. Tinder, Mus- - Now Westminister, H. C, was robach. ing. dames ,I. E. Mcllobcrtn, Emma G. bed Inst week of $315,000. The robMis-e- s MILLEOGEVILLE Lean nnd .Mary D. Ileck The saw and planing mill nt Gcn-cv- n Kuuffniuu, Wm. Burnett und sister, have returned home from HurnMilu is running full time and still Miss Addie Arnold left Monday for bers made their e.scupe. Cufting tobacco i all the go in where they visited the past week. It is reported at Frankfort that behind with order. the state convention which meets in the republican state employes would this community. Miss. Anna Pmil is visiting 'at Of the five schools on rural route Frankfort thin week. be assessed 5 per cent, of one yenr's Mr. .1. F. Vanhook sold to Mr. Mu Somemet Ibis week. one from this place the Smith school M. Tinder has cloceu a suu salary to aid Judge Hev. theny near Lytiunood a fine yearling O'Hear Miss Doshia and Christine Met-ru- lf on the Jumbo road has the largest tes.sful F. the revival tit Sycamore, school-hous- e republican ticket during the nnd cam mule. who have been visiting their uaily attendance. full The efficient tench on the Lexington roud. Mr. Jojin Thornton bad a good brother here returned to their home pnign. er Prof-- Dennett has nn average, of Judge L. L. Walker in reported cow to die last week. Carl Morris, of Oklnhoma, recentut Paint Lick last week. fifty-fou- r, while the Hichnrd's school quite ill at the home of his sister, Mr. Steward Hanson moved to ly dubbed the "White Man's Hope," The box supper and band concert thai is heing tnught by Prof. ii Mm. Geotgc D. Ilobinsnu nnd friends was decisively last wee.; which he bought given by the band bov.s hist Satnr. beaten by Jim Flynn, bnn.fiflv-on- e or two. ure alarmed as it is feared he is st the Pueblo fireman, in a lroui, Mr. Tate, beyond HusUmvitlc. day night was quite a success, n Corn cutting has commenced in victim of typhoid fever. Mr. Ernest Ford of Morelnnd was large crowd wus present mid the Hie Green river ' Mr. John West, celebrated his S8, glove contest in New York Friday in town last week on business. night. boys proved their ability ns to what eiops are grown valley, where good birthday this yenr, tins Friday uml he was showed Mr. Hemehel Elbington is attendPresident Tnft Friduy night startthey could do when it comes to mak- yield will be satisfactory and and the .'.ith good wishes nnd wns the recipi- ed on u trip to the Pucific ing good music. The musical program ing school in Hazel county. const r,unlitv tip top. ent of 02 birthday cards. Mr. West which will The colored people had a festival was splendid and nil left feeling Hint Inst through October. .Mr. Small crowds are nt tending the is one of Lancaster's most highly at their hall here last Saturday night it wits good to hne been present. camp meeting during working dnys esteemed men and has u host of Tuft will speak nearly every week There tons no services nt the day. His first speich wns at SyraDon't forget the literary society for Methodist church last Sunday night Hint meets next Friday night ut the nt the farmers are busy earingSun-na- y friends. cuse Suturdny. their hay and corn rops, but on Mr. and Sim. T. J. Price have reAuction pooling ut racetracks in mi account of the weather. school house. There will be a de'they all attend. turned from a short visit to friends Kentucky and sending Miss Mnttie Bishop has been bate on Woman Sutferagc. Let evresults by Mr. Presley Sluder's business hns in Louisville. .Miss Allie Arnold left iting Mrs. Geo. limit. from the ery wic come out uml benr this de- improved to such nn extent that lie hist week to teach ngnin in the D. I), wirethe Itacing trucks were prohibited Mr. Hugh Snudidge was in by bate. Theie will he abto speakem on hns heeu comnelled to enlarge his institute in Pittsburg, Penn., Commission nt a meet last Thursday on business. both Miles ,u. ,uesiM ,vi i,e store room in order to accommodate Mm. Ii. II. Hntsoii mid little Mr. und ing at Lexington last week. The deduugli-te- r Mrs. Gieeley Lutes of Turners-ill- u sifted through nnd through. cision of the commission is effective Hie trade and carry a stock suffiCecil ure sojourning in the cities visited Mrs. Joh Myem lust all Mr. and Mm. J. Davis nre vis. cient to supply the demand. of Chiengo fiiicinnuli nnd Louisville on The three tracks ia Kentucky. week. iling Mm Davis father. Mr. J. L. side streams of the lower Ohio Good roads should be the Slogan Mm. John K. Stormes is at home Mr. and Mm. Thomas Morgan and Heck. until every community in Kentucky again after it visit of, several weeks, are rising rapidly nnd n big SeptemlirL'lit little sou Hinufd has been visMr. Liiidholm of Kewanee, is visithas .secured them. Good roads ninke lo relatives in Covington. Mesdumes ber flood is predicted. iting his fnther Mr. I.afe Morgan. ing his sister here. Mm. Cluis. Heck. better markets, The Tevns State-wid- e Prohibition better homes, bet- Alexander Kennedy and Hunks Hud Mm. W. II. Hurke has been visiting Committee bun decided not to cou-teter ediiemional facilities, better trav- son nnd Win. Fnmnn were week-en- d .1. K. Helm. her daughter Mm. the recent election which was WAYNE COUNTY. el nml transportation and a saving guests of .Mrs. Kinma tl, Kiiuffinaii Mr. and Mm. E. P. Ethington who of much valuable time. Mm. John L. Anderson ha returned won by the "untis." have been iitmg in Henry fount Shakeis charged with giving chin Mis Julia Gniiii, of Hmtonville Our tobacco raisem have comto Washington I). C nfler spending huvo returned home. was the guest of friends for the mence cutting and the crops are g tho summer with Lancaster relatives roform to n victim of tuberculosis Mr. Luther Cnldvvell. of Waviie fair here last week. .Miss Nutiuio housejl rnpidlv. The acreage is Mr. and .Mm. John W. .Miller urn in freely admit it. They say it was a burg has been visiting relatives here Cooper, of Moreland, i the guest of small thi year in this locality, but Louisville visiting Mr. iiih' Mm. It. "Christinn net," and public sentiment at Kisnimmee, Flu., is uppnrent her sister Mm. M. D. Sheaier. Miss the nuality is hetler nnd stiru to E. Hughes. Miss Mat lie Lee Hub- ly with them. Kate Itnnkiii. of Hiirnside was the bring lop prices. First Known Sculptors. ble has gone to Lexington to tuke A motor racing machine driven by Sendee' and Ahollab were tba flrit guest of her limit Mm. Shelby Hngnii The W. J. Campbell Jiome on Doug- u post grndiinte course ut IlnmiU tculptora on record, which was la 1491 for the fair. William Tingle '.of las avenue is being rapidly pushed College. Mis Hullie Hrovvn en- Leo Oldfield, crashed into a fence at ton B. C. Ileildes carving In stone and Miuksbuiy was Hie gue.--t ol relatives lo completion and will he one of the joyed a stay nl Louisville und ntUnd the State Fair truck ut Syracuse, N. wood, these two artists devised beau- Mere last week after mi absence of Y., nnd killed nine people. Thirteen hniiisomest houses in our city. ing the fair. Mm. Henley V. Hustin tiful works of gold and stiver. injured. several yearn. Mr. and Mm. Jnmes bus returned from n visit to Mr. nnd were L. McKecbnie, of BiiniMile, were the DAVIS' STORE. Mm. Charles F. Denmnu of Nicholas JOE B0SW0RTH WINS AGAIN quests of Air. McKeehnie'n parents PREACHERSVILLE ville. Mm. Mutlie I). Duncan bu Mr. J. A. Tucker is ut work on .Mr. and Mm. It. McKechuie for tho been visiting her nieces the Misses At the senatorial convention nf the foundation of his house, which Willium Knukc, our good German fair. Moiiticello Outlook. Hoeker nt Stanford. the democrats of the Seventeenth Saturdiiy Sept. i'th Mr. S. 0. Pow-ell- y he is erecting on the land thut he friend, who i the courteous and of Poplar Hill, and Miss Kate bought from his father Mr. W. T. JUDGE WILLIS AGAINST 0'REAR senutoriul district, held nt bome.-s- et painstaking janitor al the Knptist Monday, composed of tho counWe are glad to know church, showed us quite n curiosity Lnwhoru, of Judd, drove to Liberty Tucker. ties of Pulaski, Laurel, Whitley, While digging bis potatoes, hi found secured marriage license and went "Andy" will be back with us ns he C. Judge Luther Willis. of Jackson, Hockcnstle, Knox and Hell a good sized one, which has a wire to the home of Judge Wells and were is a model citizen. Shelbvyille, who for venrs bus been counties, Mm. Donne who got so severely n resolution wus adopted ring attached to it. Tho wire is huppily married. The newly marone of the most influential Republifirmly enclosed in the potato and ried coupo have munincriius friends hurl cuused' by being drnggged down cans in the Eighth district, declnres in which tho convention declined to ren"mbles a finger ring with a net who wish them much joy. Soon af- by n surrey and run over is utile to thut under the circumstances will he nomiiiate u candidute for this office. This insures "the of Senon it. The ring in l inches, across ter the ceremony they Jcfl fur Louis be out ngnin. much to tin delisjit of upport Judge O'Renr, the Republi ator Joo Bosworth, of her friends. ville on uslurt bridal tour. the "net" weight one pound. can nominee for Governur. Judge as his only opponent isMiddlesboro, There nro three cases of typhoid Willis hns ulway been a conservaDr. Hnrry Hev. J. E. Hoberln. pastor of the Hendren, uu independent republican, fever in thin section. PUBLIC SALEI M. K. church went up to Richmond in politics and say, he an not who will tive probably withdraw. SenMm. Fred Dyehousu und Miss Nelto ntteud the general conference, of stand for the demagogy, of .the ator Bosworth is the good Iluving decided to quit farming I lie James is visiting lelutives in Gar-raiIt is hop. the M. E. Church. South. candidute. Mr. 'Willis is u roads legislution in futber of Kentucky and ed Hint Itov. Huberts will be senl will offer for sale to tho higliest and illis tho is oue brother of Mr. Geo. L. of tho strongest men in the Hull and Dilliou have bought t private best bidder on buck hero again. ptferetury of Congressman state senate. ' tract of timber from the Long Urns., Helm. Saturday, Oct. 7th 1911, Mm. Hnss. of Flat Wood is the The following property consisting of for -- '" and will move to it in the guest of Fado Parks and Wife FOR SALEI gone to 80 acres of land with good c.ottugt near future, nnd will be ready to up FARM FOR SALEI John Hell, of Goshen ban My home containing 2 acres and Paris, IC.v., where be is seeking em-- 1 with 4 rooms ami two porches uml ply their customers with lumber, T. W. Jones has been buying catWe will tell privately a farm of 15 poles of land, 4 miles south of pioymeni. .Mrs. neii ami nine son good barn and other outbuildings, nre guests of her father, John Nay-lo- r. nnd also Jut ming implements consist- tle in this neighborhood from vari- about 130 acres tn Muco'n county, Lincnster 4 miles east of Stanford, f mile from Crab Orch on Dix Hiver at the forks of th ing ot plows one buggy one good ous parties and paying u liberal Ky., ard, nicely located, mott- l- bottom rond, lending from the Dndderar's Miss Gertrude Adiunn con tpring wngou mid other farming tools pric:. Little Kvery aero .Mill to Gilbert's Creek station, land, very productive. Willie Hriiiixsvveieh had u narrow stoiw tinues quite ill. Mrs. Sophia Hanke too numerous to mention. This farm stock Ilighlnnd. escape last Friday by a shaft band tillable, an abundance of to cornwater nnd post office, which is one raile miles from j is located I has been sick. adapted and breaking mid causing his home to and especially tenant house of three Terms, one half down mid balance Plenty of fruit, good cistera, good M. 0. Kennedy and wife, of Rry- -' trass. Oood nntsville, were visiting relatives Iutc in one nnd two yeurs with lien re- run off with him, but luckily with rooms on farm. Terms reasonable burn and und dwelling and all out- I buildings. Address Prof. J. Dat-to- n, Woodson Ilnmm, of Mudwon, riit tained on land for balance purchase him the scare wus worso I ban the Apply at once to. 70-VMt n. H. Uronaugh, Agent. hurt except u kick ou the leg Gilbert's Creek Ky. money. JAS. A. KINO. 73-t- f. rd S. D. Carpenter and fumiljr, g. Mid-dlebuul DOWN WITH TYPHOID ,... wide-nwu- y. J e, lle Hut-ledg- th n. I.nn-Iiiii- ten-rou- -- -- i- -- Hus-tonVil- lu st bo-m- ' d. one-hal- -I 8. .... vmtfk i.ijsmiiiTiii twit-sm'- dUX . . jfc . u--- 1 - .,- -- -- nt Will" --"' II) -l- lBt '' TUESDAY, w a-- -, . i iiw iim" ""i ' ' tt "r THE INTERIOR JOURNAL. STANFORD. KENTUCKY. SEPTEMIEB 19. 1911 Fall Here b And We Have Everything to which, in his dicmm he sees cutting n wide swnth through the Common wealth. There is a "Democratic mn Established 1872 chine" this year, and It is made up of Democrats of every faction, nnil HELTON M. 8AUFLEY,...Publlshr the whirling of its mtality nrms is the noise Hint keeps Judge (Vltpnr t it will II A YEAR STRICTLY IN ADVANCE .iwnke o'nightM. n The harvest (lover gather will be Democratic Eaterad at the poitofdce at Stan- nor. nud Senntor, nnd nil State officers this car, nnd n Democratic Ve ford aa second class malt. The In'ierior Journal. PUBLIC SALE! offer nl my plnec nt Hum Vista, flnrrard countv, on I will $$OO$0$$OO$O$O $$$$&t?.$$$ti.&.!tH LL. under THE HEW PEORIA- -A success and we recommend them. Call and gfct circulars and become posted. We sold last year several New Grain Drills to be thoroughly tested The Interior Journal is going to in every way. The new Disc Furrow p'vccvcr'oncconcer,,edin.the,,ow iug locul option fight a fair, square v i ii j upener loiioweu iuy a Miue eiiauics yuu deal. Its columns will be open for to those to deposit grain in the furrow at a uni- discussion on both sides,advertising who tlcsiic to buy its form depth. The drills have proven a space. What the editor's personal -- Democratic Ticket. Judge O'ltcnr is n sod suit of For GoTcrnor James 11. McCreary. humorist. He asks the oters to no Kor Lieut, governor E. J. McDe-mc- tt hia platform endorsement of For Treasurer Thos. S. llhea. aV ') ae!!LI For Secretary ol State C. F. Crcce- - President Taft, and the nntionnl poli I ties and record of the Hepiiblican mis. For Attorney General James GarnotL party, as n mere joke. He describes it ns a bouquet of compliments not Kor Au.litor II. M. Honrtli P& meant to be taken seriously. How for Stnte Superintendent ol Schools Bark-daIlamletL other similar pranks luw Judge Agriculture J. YV. innny pcipitrutrd For Commissioner O'Ucnr oil the piopW comKowman. He should label the plunks Ml his For Clerk Court of Appeals II. U platform to that we can tell when Greene. v. F. lie i in earnest, and when he is pokFor lUUroiwl Oommlgsloner ing fun at us, Klalr. For Circuit Judge Charles A. HarA SLIGHT MISTAKE. din. The man was inane. He entered W. ILSliniiks. Fo Ucprcscntnthc the drug store and demanded that the proprietor shotiM come forth. Keporls have come to the editor of "See hero look at my head!" he Uic Interior Journal Hint several of t ried. And theje, on top of his the nrilont "wets" of the county lire bald head, was a pronounced very proobjecting vigorously to the pnlilien tuberance. "Look at that lie shouted; that Hon of the imines of the petitioners is what the dam stuff did for inc. option election in this for n local nnd is growing bigger every day." In anxious haste the druggist bepaper, nnil threatening to stop their subscriptions i it is done. The edi- gan to investigate. Soon he emerged triumphantly from behind the pretor of tho Interior Journnl desires, scription ease. "I've found it," said the "I had a for the third time, to state that the nnd dnigsist. you a bottle nsw clerk he gave of will lie pub names of the petitioners when whnt you wanted lished regardless of who object" mid wus my celebrated Hair Uestorer." Wayne & Harmon of Marion sold 12 l8cFryers Eoqs regardless of who threutens to -- top and delivered Monday to A. K. Hiiml lOcHams 18c Hens their papers or anything else. Fur- ley & Son, of Doyle eounty, 8G head I4C Highest prices for butter, drish PoSide Meat of grazing cuttle that iivernued L. L. SANDERS, tatoes, Sweet Potatoes and Onions thermore an) one who it not pleased I.01S pounds each. It was u fine The Price Maker with the course of the Interior Jour- looking drove of cattle and while the ut which the cattle were sold nal in this or any other matter, is price not was announced, it is reported to invited to step "up at once and stop have been a good one. , his nnper, if he so desires. While ADMINISTRATOR'S SALE1 we are glad to have everyone in this As ndrcinistrntor of the estate of and surrounding counties take onr Win. A. Durton, deceased, we will on puper, we intend to publish what we Wednesday, Sept., 20 1911, believe is right on every proposition Promptly nt 9 o'clock, sell nt public outcrv to the highest and best bidthat arises and no threats of stop- der on the premises of the Into JVm, ping the paper or anything eNe arc A. Durtou. one mile below Buckeye, the followiug described personal progoing to deter us. - Keep You warm and dry Our clothing & shoe stock ident next year. et P-- 1 le is now plete. Call and ask to see something in our new Fall Line SAM ROBINSON Stanford, Ky. Wednesday, Sept., 27, 1011, nt l) O'Clack, A. M., 'J.j sell the following property: farm nud brood mares, half of them J -- '2 to 4 draft J 1 Oydcsdnle show mare, has hnd 7 colts selling for over .f 1,700; 1 stnllion by Montgomery Chief, registered; '2 yearling geldings '!." good yearling mules, '.'0 wennling mules, half of which are sugar colts 1 pair marc mules; 7 jacks, 1 to 8 years old bred good by such sires ns King John; 40 jennets with colts by side; 1M0 ewes, e Shropshire, none over S years old, good as the best; (1 good bucks; I hay baler, Kli mnke, I Kemp immure spreader, good as new; one il horse power gasoline .engine, jut ued a little; 1 power teed cutter, 1 leel mill, 1 double disc Sanders Duel plow. Sale ruin or shine. Free lunch. Write for catalogue of inch stock. TKHMS: S mouths nt G per cent interest, 1 per cent off for cash. 0 II. itum.K, Duena Vista, Ky. I'lione 1)'J-- I, Nieholasville Kxchange, Fust Tennessee Telephone. Uollher lloml nnd A. T Pcott. Auctioneers. 3-ld high-grad- -- - MEN'S - FURNISHINGS 5 e H We are showing, we think, 2 as complete a line of J""""1" 1 1 i . 0 0 & Men's Furnishings 0 WITH A Set My Prices On Produce CAPITAL and SURPLUS OVER 2c $200,000.00 With u directorate of busi- Crab Orchard Kentucky. Success ness men that represents every interest of Lincoln county; with nn efficient and competent otlice force, we solicit your business, whether large or small, which will have prompt attention either at the counter or by mail. LINCOLN NATIONAL COUNTY BANK. 11 i iews on the subject urc, he intends to mako known, regardless of who W. H. Higgins. Stanford, Ky. The republican elajm of a plit m ranks was given its BOX LA.293. COVINGTON. KY. the democratic death blow when Congressman Den DON'T BE TOO DENEROU3. Johnson, of the Fourth District, mnile a strong and brilliant speech with the cement, irae, etc., you get HENRY L. CASEY. D. V. S. for McCreary and the ticket ut Danfrom us. Remember taat all our build ville Monday. He was gien an enlng materials are mucn stronger than Veterinarian.. reception and left no thusiastic the ordinary and you can therefore doubt in the minds of anyone where use lees than ordinary quantities. Jt you like we'll tell you Just how to Former Director Animal Industry he stands on the mntter. Hon. John Philippine Islands. mix them to get the best results at W. Hawlings, in introducing .Mr. John Ice least cost Come In and ak us. inarian United Stutes Army son, declared that the Den Johnson reward for leaders J. A ALLEN, Stanftrd, Ky. Otlice LOGAN'S STABLE, Phon0 2, any Denwere offering a ubo is not Johnson man Agent American Hog cnolera Serum. going to supiiort the democratic tick DANVILLE. KY. et this fall, so sure were they that his friends and following nil over the state will be solidly in lino be hind McCreary. That's the- - talk. Cured by The Marvel of The Century, u. a. a. lestea lor 3U Years. Hawking, spitting, foul, breath, dis Thirty thousand people attended charges yellow matter permanent the big democratic rally nl Carlisle ly cured of 15c with pure IJotanlcal Ingredi Eggs last Thursday. Among tho speak ents. To prove It wo will send you a 9c Hens ers were Governor Marshall, of Indi 4c SAMPLE TREATMENT FREE Wax ana, Governor McCreary, Ollie James 10c Turkevs and other bii' guns. Democratic en C'ATAKIUI IS NOT ONLY DANUKIt ?c , Ducks tluixiasm was intense nud splendid OUS but It causes ulcerations, death 8c Hides reports were heard from all that and decay of bones, Kills ambition often csiubes loss' of nppotlte, and section. reaohes to general debility, Idiocy and Insanity. It needs attention at once. UNDERTAKER AND EMBALMER ti... t . ..: ..:n.. I..,......,. .p,..i lini. Curo It by taking Botanic Blood Balm 4 IIU "31 ..Mr. J.UUI31 IIIU J. IIIIIM, J recently uiged Senator Bradley that (B. B. B.) It Is a quick radical permaKef STANFORD, hW parly ami nent cure because, it rids the system Home TUona Is l,t, wed it to him-el- f, Office 'Phona 167. that PHONE 153. his state to demand an investigation of tho polon germsBlood cause oitarrh B. tlm Balm, FALL AND WINTER STYLES. of tliH charges that his seat in the at the sametno blood, does away(B. B.) purines witn Tinted States Seuuto was sec red every symptom ot catarrh. B. B. B. suiuls a tingling flood of warm, rich My new full and winter samples through the inneliiuntioiH of u oi I 'are now ready for your Inspection nipt lobbv. Dill tins Senator is sil- puro blood direct to tho paralyzed They comprise the best on the market ent. What has Judid U'ltear. who uorves, and parts affected by catarrAND UNDERTAKERS and can suit anyone as to price who bad proclaimed Ilrndlisv 'the greater I li hal poison, giving warmth DEAL-EALSO his clothes umd u order. A suit niu KentLokiun. .vliow tillo is wan strength Just where it is needed, and way making d A0 IN FURNITURE, out flaw "or stab." got t i say on the In this catarrh in all a perfect lusting iJi1! Ki'., J!! ?TLeii its forms, Ultl'O cure nt RUGS. THEY WILL subject? Is ho for an investigation, OloTd or by express, $1 l'KIt LAKUIO made to measure doesn't cost anj FURNITURE EXCHANGE iMJTTLK, with directions for homo .more than ready made when quality or against iff -r euro. SAMl'I.K SUNT Filfcli by writand Jit Is considered. Corae In and FOR ALL KINDS OF STOCK. me ing Blood Balm Co., Atlanta Ga. Des. Judge O'lteur is ufruol thut ilet me take your measure. GIVE THEM A CALL. PRICE JH. C, RUPLEY, The Practical Tailor ul!lUspecliiig people will get mowed cribe your troublo and free medical HIQHT. -- a. (jp,no(,r(1M, 1)(( prime advice given. Sold by Shugr-- g and ( wij jv ' -Ex-Vet- er X pleasant and hlchly pcwl$a.ble prefee akin. Ehrery raeaiber aMfa meiaa a yea erery certain assured lnoacna month thereafter. Why aet S7 InU Veaf- neaa tor yearaaU NOWT K oasttai Beaded, Bead far paMe-tlar- t.. takes the paper or who stops it, or who advertises or who does not. We believe thut the names of the petitioners for a local option election are a good item of new; for news is whnt the people don't know and want to, and a great many people are goX man or woman la aanh locality. To ln the Supreme Oeuadl of this eeetety ing to be interested in knowing who and introduce our 'Benefit Oamaeate-amoa- c friends and aoqualntaaeae. Unit are asking for another whisky elecbe between II and 0 years of afe, OIt. all or only -- par time. W pay caah bene- - tion in Lincoln county. flta far alcana, lujiiifa, aeeiaeata ana This is our position in a nutshell. deaths. Ezpaiieooj set neoaaaar-- r. Can make from IC&ce ta tMM a caenta and op. Tho-i- " who do not like it can make WANTED (r the most of it. all well broke; l." yearling mules; 5 pood mule colts; 1 six year old jack J.001I breeder, 15 2 hands high by Alpha the great show jnck. Also n good three year old jack that is n dandy, 35 hands high, good bone; 1 good jennet, safe in foal. Horses. One extra fine four year old gelding, well bred: - three year old geldings, one is nil extra good walker; 2 two year old geldings and two three year old marcs; 1 four year old mare; 1 good walking marc 7 years old; S dandy good brood mares in fool by jack: 2 filly suckling colts; fio good Shetland ponies. Cattle. 30 two year old feeding cattle, will weigh 1.100 to 1,200, l.'i two year old feeding cattle will weigh 900 to 1,000 pounds; S yearling steers, good shnpe; 7 yearling heifers, good grade; 9 steer calves extra good ones; 1 good bull calf 2 heifer calves; 1 four year old registered bull. Van Meter Stock will weigh 1,550 pounds; 5 good milch cows, extra milkers nnd witji calves. Sheep. Hogs Kte. 120 good Southdown ewes nnd 3 bucks. Five good brood sows; 8 shonts weighing about SO pounds; 1 extra good l'o-- I a lid China Doar. Corn. 50 acres of corn measured at the ben p. Also big lot of farming implements, in good condition. TF.RMS.-S1- 0 nnd under, cash in hnn Over that amount, cash or a good note due in four months benr-iu- g six per cent interest from date until paid. Sale will be held rain or shine. Dinner served on tho Grounds. ""Vd I. M. Dunn, Auctioneer. R. L. & W. B. BURTON. Admin'tors. 71-- 3 BITKEYE. '- perty: Four extra good mules, 4 to 0 years old; 0 good two year old mules corner next to Court Houc Stanford, Kentucky. CONCRETING of inch m lock Work, 1'nr-meIn (act. we can mnkr any thing from a and. houie down to a fMncf pott. We ran errc nrtl-clayon promptly and work and material. Unllandgrt oar price before 70a bay your material et trait. rv 0 0 0 o 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 as it is possible to show. "We S show you the "FOUNTAIN t o SHIRT" in negligee and white o plaited at $land $1.50 in very beautifuf patterns, and the o g "Monarch" Shirt in lull dress p ... i. ana wniLe plaited at $1.50. o uur neckwear cases are full g o always of newest and neatest ? styles. Men's socks in laven- der, Blue, Tan Red and Black o at 25c and 50cts. Silk socks g t in Tan and Black at 50c and S $1. Suspenders, garters, col- 0 f? O lor nnrl nnfP V. 11 .,. .. ii- - V VUU. WU.UUyj-1BblU-tft 0 0 I pins in great variety. g 4f. ,a-- a. ..'! 0, L 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 Stanford, Kentucky. 0 0 0 000000 O 0!0 0 0 0 00 0O0000 0 0 O'O 8 H. J. McRoberts. Weareln pO'ltlontodoall kind, , It PHILLIPS BROS., Stanford. Kentucky K Bring Your Prescriptions Here To Be Compounded When BETSY'S POINTERS: "My experience is that the best woman's club u mother takes an interest in is the one she rolls over the dough, and every member of the family seems to think so too. Those who are interested in groceries should remember that the best in the city is to be had at Coffey A: Cole man's I'lione tit!. I'ronipt Deliver). COFFEY Phona 196. & your physician has pre scribed a medicine for you to tnke, the next important step is to have that prescription placed in tho bands of a thoroughly reliable and competent pharmacist so it will be compounded exactly at directed. We have gained an enviable reputation for always being very careful and painstaking in our compounding nnd feel that, in all justice to your own good health, you should bring your next prescription here. Here, too, you will find a complete and inviting display of toilet articles, rubber goods, soaps, perfumes, toilet preparations and all standard remedies. For interior decorating-- wo carry and recommend ALABASTINE, the beautiful wall coatinf . Call and see samples of tints andask us about it. PENNY'S DRUG 8TORE. wSBEMas- - Stanford, Kentucky We Paying today for Are J. Catarrh C. McClary COLEMAN, Prompt Delivery. FLY NUTS SUN 5riA,DE:5 -- H. B. Northcott. T. K. Tudor. Mgr. I wfltVj'tlBBplPjHPPl FOR SUMMER DRIVING tho comfort of both horses and drivers should bo specially considered by securing a proper outfit of lap robes, blankets, fly nets and other necessaries from our complete assortment of horso goods. (Hero aro light, but strong and duruble, single and double harness, admirably suited to road purposes, along with a lull line ot work harness of tly; best quality at flat . LADIES SHOES WE are now showing a complete line of U m - J.L.Beazley&Co awi R MAT-TING- -- Selby Shoes For Fall and Winter. The styles are very attractive the qualities unsurpassed and they are made over J comfort giving lasts. H CRAB ORCHARD, r- . !. . prices. J. C. McCLARY, Stanford. Ky. ffunHWKHIlUlPH ; W. be rerkms, Kentucky. v rTi THE INTERIOR JOUWN AL. STANFORD, KENTUCKY. TUESDAY. SEPTEMBER 19. 1911 . r V' Our Fall and Winter Lines Of Womens Apparel Now On Sale, In Varieties, Styles and Prices, Offer You all The Advantages of Shopping in New York Without the Troubles. J. J '" H-- s- Cloaks and Wraps. WHILE IT IS RATHER WARM TO HAVE THEM HUNDRED AND TALK CLOAKS. Ladies Dresses ONE WE WE ALREADY Tailored Suits. HAVE ON SALE OVER WHENEVER YOU ARE READY, AND SHOW ALL THE NEW IDEAS. MANY BEAUTIFUL WRAPS FOR EVENING WEAR AT REASONABLE PRICES. 300 SUITS ARE IN RANG- WE HAVE IN STOCK NOW OVER ING IN PRICE FROM $15 TO $75. THESE EVERY NEW FIFTY ENTIRELY NEW DRESSES IN STYLES SUITABLE FOR HOUSE STREET AND EVENING WEAR. MATERIALS ARE SERGES. VELVETS. SATINS. CLOTHS. ETC.. AND PRICES ARE VERY REASONABLE. EXCELLENT ALL WOOL SERGE DRESSES AT $8.50 to $15. AND FROM Children's Dresses YOU WILL FIND THAT YOU CAN DRESSES ALL READY MADE AS CHEAP ASWAlKllijf AND IN COLOR AND ALL THE NEW WEAVES AND MANY SHAPES. REPRESENTING THE VERY LATEST CREATIONS, THE HIGH CLASS NEW YORK MEN TAILORS. OF MATERIALS ARC MENS' SERGES, CHEVOITS, ROUGH MIXTURES, VEL VETS. CORDUROYS. ETC. THIS PRICE $12 to $25. EVEN BETTER STYLE THAN HOME-MATJ- E GARMENTS. ALL SIZES FROM 6 TO 14 YEARS. Come in now and get posted on new styles and come often as Every train from New York is bringing us in new goods. v A. SOCIAL H. B. is here on a sink ROBERTSON DANVILLE, KY. & ., ' BRO for of- Ap- 9 and PERSONAL tin- - Ktatf tin- - fair J. 4iot t for several days. .1. lnt week. I. Ends has (livens took in been on I Holtzchiw was in Louisville Inct week at the Stuto Knur. Mim Marguerite Bibb bus been Hit guct of Mis Jennie Peiiplr. V. nnd family attended j , the slate, fair. V. II. Wenrrn vrcw at the state fair Friday. .Mr. uiul Mrs. V. 1. Kincitid the tntc fair Kridoy. Mr. Lee Penny, of Perryvilli! lin been visiting her siMer, Mrs. H. I). Carter. 'Miss lnu Martin who was the attractive guest ot Miss Jennie IVpl pies Inst week returned to her home at S!uiriibiinr, Monday Miss Susan Fisher Woods is in Mt. Sterling the guest of her sister Mrs. (Irovcr C. Anderson. Mcsdames W. S. Denbaii nnd Murk llnrdin spent Inst week at the state fair, Louisville, Mise Lena nnd Mary I). Heek have returned to their home at niter a visit to their Mrs. .laines Davis. Mr Davis them home. Somerset Tunes. Alfred Peie and J, II. Wri-- ht '.pcit several davs at the state fail last week. Mr. and Mr. Wright are (.f her parents, Mr. and Mrs. cne-t- s h. T. Pence. ll.m. and Mr- -. C. C. .Willi iinn Ml. Vernon, passed thnniuh here Friday morning en route tithc state fair. Mis. Herbert Jones and son Palmer Wind, also sister I.ueile Smith of WM'r, Wis., were the guests of their aunt Mrs. S. J. Hell last week. Mr. nnd Mrs. Joshua K. Hullitt, ot Hig Stone (lap, Va., formerlv of Louisville, have itnnoiineed the engage-nieof their daughter. Margaret to Mr. l'rentiee O'Kenr of Frankfort the vvi tiding to tnke place in Fcbru-nrlo nt y. Joe Hlankeiishlp, of Indianapolis viit to his sUtr, Mrs. .1. l.unsMrd Mr. J. (i. Haeklev of New York, City who is returning from a trip to Yellowstone I'ark and other western for a points will nirivu Tue-da- y viit to his parenti Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Haekley The I'urreiit Kvents Club will meet with Mrs. J. H. Pnxton on Thursday nftvrnoon nt half past two o'eloek. Mr. J. M. Kerr spout Sunday with Mr. John Harebell of Harrodsburg. Miss Sallic SmitTi is the guest of Misses Huby and Mary Harebell near lLirrodsburg. Knsign and Mrs. Caswell Suuflcy were guests of liis inotber Mrs. Hal-b- e Saufley. Pientieo O'Keni .drove orr in bis ear Sunday to make them 11 short visit, lie is out with his father, Judge O'llear on his campaign for governor. Mrs. Newman Hirk, of Owen-bohas been the guest of Messrs. J. W. ami II. C. Hniigbmaii. her brothers, final their families here. Miss Lulu .May Hruee. of Dan-illis the guest of Mrs J. II. Hauuh man and Miss Marv Hruee. Walter Singleton has been running on rural route No. 2, Judge W. Dawson liming been eoiifiued to bis borne for scleral days with.illncss. Wallace Singleton is substituting tor John Kngleinnn on rural route No. 1. while he is off on his annual vacation. Mrs I. W. Curler has icturned fiom Kuinsville, Indiana, where she has been isiting her son Ernest nnd m e, .Imidcs Tribblu is onvaltscing afMotion pictiuc at the opera ter a bad attack of malarial lever. Friday and Saturday night. Hev Kout has been (iiite ill with house usthina. Mrs. W. H. MeKoberts ot Danville. is tho guest of friends here tin'w -' eek. K. II. of the popular wholesale grocery firm, Sweeney Slnlby Co.. of Junction City, took in the state fuir Friday Mr. and Mrs.' Kotestus Heid and lamily have retnrned tu Danville after spending the summer ut their Sweeney, home on HustonNille pike. Kvcrxbody is buying seals for the Lyceum Club's cnteitainments. Nice family mare and stanhono Champ Clark is the first attraction, sale at bargains. Apply at this s ut-- ti lice then comes four other 73-t- f. high-clas- For Sam. First class ladies' buggy horse; guaranteed for ladies. 71-- tf John Cook. "Nuff Sed W actions. A record crowd saw Coburn's minstrels Kriday night, and .all pronounce the show first-clas- s. The opera bouse was packed and jammed and everybody enjoyed the fun. line engine; used less than a year and for sale only because too light, For Sale. power gaso- lor work required; a bargain. ply at this office. 71-- tf Miss Mattio l.ee Hubble left last week for Lexington where she Mill take a Post-firadua- coure at lain I lit on College. Congressman Harvey Helm and Circuit Clerk J. I). Svvope attemled the big demoeratie rally at Vai lisle They say it was last Thursday. simply the greatest ever. Mr. and Mrs. Henry AndciMin spent several days at statu fair last t week. Hose nnd Mary Haekley who were in Louisville for the state fair have returned home. Mis.se ' r Miss Pauline Hockcr is attending the .State Sunday School convention ut Frankfort this week. Hev. nnd Mrs. J. J. Dickey aie attending Conference at Itichmoud. Welch Rochester accompanied I 'mnk l.ee to Louisville last week where the lattir went to buy Mock lor bis big Mubllcsboro drag store. On Wednesday evening Sept. LI, Miss Jennie Poppies delight fully in honor of her guest. Miss Ilia Martin, of Stuupslnirg. were served ami all seem ed tu have an ejovable evening. Aitiisiy thoe present were: Miss Ina Mattin and llubett Carpenter, Miss Mury Lee (livens and Mr. Jim Harris, Miss Jean McKecliuic and Mr. Itoiui McKecbme. Miss Jessie MeKecliuie, and Mr. Richard Cobb, Miss Dora Hester and Mr. Itireh Hester. Miss K.ttu Mueller and Mr. Cue Moser, Miss Klizabcth Givens mil Mr. George Given. Miss Mary Hurdelle nnd M. W. 0. Martin. Mw Kate Kads and Mt. T. K. Tudor. Miss Kate Nevvland and Mr. Alfred Kads, Miss Lottie Cursor and .Mr I'amilv own 11I Nevvland. Miss Jennie Law Hughes were rence ami Mr. Henry Kielils, Misf Logan and Wenren The latter Marguerite Hibb and Mr. KraiM Pep in Mt .Vernon Sunday. if turned in the afternoon to Mem- pies. Messrs. Wesley Kmbry Sam phis, Tenn.. where he holds a Harris and Logan Hubble. position with the L. & N. of Owen-liein- i, Dr. and Mrs. Oreynally. SHORT LOCALS. Tenn., are guests of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Knsslin at Ottenlu'iui. For Sale My Ihumi on I'ast idain Tbev will probilly locite in tlii street. II. C. Hauglimnn. CStf county. Kvaiis I.iisk age S(l Mrs. Mnrtha Low round-tri- p fares via Southern years has just completed a quilt of litre. This railway from all stations in KenIMS iiiarc in 10 proves her reipaikable tact with her tucky to Law rcncebiirg, Ky., account grand barbecue and speech hv the needlo for one of her age. Lancas Hon. Chump Clark, Wednesday Sent. ter Keeoid. railway agent Mr. and Mrs. W. S. lanbiy. Misses U0. Ask liny Southern J. C. Ream Allie Yanlis. llallic Hrown.W. T. for full information. Agent, St. Louis West. J. L. Francis. J. II. Stormes, J Jr., Asst. Gen. Pass. .Mo. li. Pierce, Sim Anderson and Harry Garrard, passed through Anderson of Low Colonist rates to destinations en unite to the slate fair last week? and Mis. Cam Hays and in the west noithvvcst and southwest Mr. Tickets on Misses Hittie nnd Mattie Puton of via Southern railway. daily 15th to October Stanford motored to Lancaster and sale 31)11 September lr)th, inclusive. wen) recent guests of Mrs. Horace For further information, as any t.nnnstcr Kcoord. IC. Hemdon. agent, A. It. Cook. DPA Louisville, K. 1). Strnttou, DAP, Kvanville, Ind. J. C.' Ileum, Jr., AGPA, St. Louis. 1 le that "crops are good; oats harvested nnd threshing is in progress." Lost. 32 caliber automatic Colts In renewing for his subscription volver between Carter's store and to the I. J., for another year, J. II. Highluud. Five dollars reward to Hryan, of Stanwood Wnsh., writes finder who 'will return to Buford Meredith, Ottenheira, or write to Buford Meredith, Route 1 Wayncsburg. W. s. Flth preentt only There are millions of had, upset oft stomachs in Americn that only need and strongest insurance companies. stomach tablets Let hinf keep yu protected. one box of 34 tf shape G. to put them in first-claL. Penny guarantees them. We have a buyer for a farm ot The Interior Journal and tho Week- about 100 acres well improved and ly Cincinnati Knqulrer one year for oil pike. If you have anything near l.SQ. The weekly Enquirer Is a splen this, list it with us. Hughts & 62tf Stanford. . did lann and family paper. Mi-o-ss Mc-Car- ty, , te presents in great variety. W. H. Mueller, Jeweler. 67tf Wedding Lost. Plain gold ring with inscrip "from Walter to Lula." Rewind for return to this office. 71-- tf tlon, We Are Showing A Full Line Of Queen Qual ity Shoes In Fall Styles. Saturday night and badly huit. The cellaneous claims to be allowed by injuiics of Dunn are thought to be the Fiscal Court at its October George H. Cooper, County Mr. Dunn lived in Liucolu meeting. fatal. iniiiiy The 29th of SeDtember is the last A. C. Dunn nnd Tom Harr were thrown from a liugg ynear Wilmore day for filing merchants and mis- year. ltrk 72-- 5. Mr. Jere Adams the prominent Iliistonvillc merchant, came to Danville yesterday to receive his handtouring cni some which he recently purhnsed of Mr. C. P. Cecil the local agent for the Overland. Danville Advocate while oak and chestnut lumber by tho wagon load at Crab Orchard or carload lots. Cash on grades. J. II. Crab OrchCollier, Lumber Co., Wi are paying market prices for ard 71-- S. AFTER 7YEAKS SUFFERING I Notice. The firm of Pnee Bros., having dissolved nil indebted to same will please call and settle at once, thereby saving r.s the trouble of Imv ing to collect fame. E. T. and Al71-fred Pence. 3. dis Was Cured by Lydia E. Pink- - barn's Vegetable Compound I . mt i a w Oi iou. li out W tli.r. 'U li III Ur U. to mrur.ti e. lor fri 4srlora prouaanrnl It a local as. uf u by icuiuiiiij lain, prncrit?4 local maxiM. to tvrr sltll lcal tr.atmnt. prbouDcrd It tocuraMe prove eatartS t k a teattltutlsrial e Scknc ouUUtlei.al IrratprLt rut. ana Urrrfara lMllr J. Clwal IlaUa l"aurrk Cure. aiaaulMlMtrd ty A Co , Toledo. Otiio. b Mm aaly CoMtitutloiial ran en UM narttt. IronJC It la UM laWrully n 4 vm u.. ww to a dra muwiMtoapooanii. ( it ana oirwy aartawa J U ayaton aa lor any eaat It laHa to cure KK k.adrnl tollan lor wctara aad w m ww Wt 4.K amnm AAflrfM It.re t. inn h dmin unl uii ftw jmti H u more tilbrr du.nl. t a4 Cummins & Wearen, tu r 1T ar Stanford, Kentucky. Mo. Formal Opening of New Millinery Store Saturday Sept. 23, We will formally open the newest, nicest and millinery store in this section of most the state, a complete line of the latest and best mi.linery to be had, direct from the leading markets. Would be pleased to have you give us a call and see our stock. up-to-da- te SAUNDERS, DANVILLE, KENTUCKY 223 Main Street. !. Lost, between Crab Orchard aud Stanford, ring with several keyss, mo of which is number 40 to safety Vegetable Compound, ami deposit box. Please leave at LiuWW becan Its use and colu National Hank. wroto to Mrs. Plnkham for ndvieo. In a short time I had gained iny average We will have our formal millinery weight and am now strong and well." Mrs. Salt.ik Stkvknr, K.F.D., i0. opening Sal unlay, Sept. 23 a'lid cor 8, Box 31, Waurika, Okla. dially invite our Lincoln ctuintv Another Onitof ul woninn. liieuds. Miss Kastham, Krichbiiuiu Huntington, Mass. "I was in a nerbuilding, Danville. vous, run down condition and for three --- ; ; years could llnd no help. glassLost, a pair of rimless nose "I owe my present good health to es in opera house. Kevvaul to' find- T.vfli.i li. "Pliikhiiin'H Yceutablo Com pound and Wood Purifier which I be er. Lizrio Davison, lieve saved my life. "My doctor knows what helped mo set and docs not say one word ngalnst It." For Sale. heavy oak Mrs. Sallin It. Saufof Mrs. Maui Janktti: Hates, Uor ley. 2t. 13t, Huntington, Mass. llecauso your case Is a dlfllcult one, Tho big sale of Dr. J. G. Carpenter doctors having done you no good, do to sutler without uivlntr takos place at Crab Orclsird on not eonlliiuo Lydia 11 l'inkham'H Vegetable Com Thursday, the 21st. Head tho pound a trial. It surely lias cured and sen I ho splendid many cases of female ills, such as inflammation, jlccratlon, displacements, stock offered. llbrold tumors. Irregularities, jierlodlo bearing-dowWe cordially invito you to attend pains, backache, that reeling, and nervous prostration. iuilliiier opening Saturday, Sept oir 2t. Noel Sisters, Danville. 74 3 bcd-roo- in n Waurika, Okla. "I had female trou-ble- s for seven years, was all rundown, on lower ana so nervous x For Sale My homo could not do any. Main street. Possession at once. thing. Tho doctors G7tf treated me for dif- Mrs. L. B. Cook. ferent things but did tno no good. I 12 II. F. Fooaao- A Bargain. got so bad that I could not sleep day lill e eiginc; replaced by Electric Mo or night. While In tor. P. 0. Box 353, Danville, Ky read this condition IPink-hamG9-'s of Lydia K. 4. SHOES We have just received our "1" , FALL LINE " on Phone No. 168 for fire insurance vow tobacco In barn. R. M. New-lan- d Aqent. l'or catarrh, deafness caused by catarih breathe Ilyomci and end all misery. G. L. Penny guarantees it. Complete outfit including inhaler $1: e.vtra bottles if needed, i0 cents. .) (Pronounce it Iligh-o-nic- wo have succeeded in securing the agency for the M. & N., Laundry of exington, Ky., ono of tho finest in tho State. All patronage will be accepted. Wilkinson nnd Carter. NEW LAUNDRY. Vfter having tried for some time ies. is certainly putJesse Alvei-io- u ting tho ginger into tho Aiulcrson ..i ii. gui out iten p.iv , oisi it,i lie chock full of nos and splendid -i ents, Yicis, Gun Metal, Velvets, Cravenettes. Suedes, Etc. This is the famous May Mantell line which is noted for quality, style and snap in ladies footwear. We invite you to inspect and compare this line of goods before purchasing. HUGHES, MARTIN & CO. Dry Goods, Notions, Shoes Of Ladies' Shoes in pat- i, Stanford Ky. i. '';iiv:i"y fcyirri T" i " f.".' .' ;' X81 4: THE INTERIOR JOURNAL, THE FARMERS 1000 pounds. STANFORD. KENTUCKY. TUESDAY. SEPTEMBER 19. 1911 They're nlrcidy begun lo buy OWNER-St- pp! MR. the river. The ncro News inys: The youngest I wmit lii rent 2.1 lo 10 ncres nt Consider! 1 Ju WHff.tWHl '"TjflliiU'll IWII1U good client lnml. Must be close to lobaceo buyer in this section of the possible when YOU bill ? town. Address Ilox 2tiS, Stanford, Stale, A. L. King, purchased the first county tobacco sold in Jcsgnuuuc. h.v. this season Inst week 12 ncres nt 8 Tbo A. I). Hoot fnim of l.Ml nere on the lluslnnville pike was mild nml 0 cents per poiiud. He is u privately last week to I "die Car- "chip off the old block." nnd like ter .Ht i!)0 an acre. Mr. nml Mrs. his father, knows n good crop when Curler will return tiere from Greens- be sees it, Taylor & Hot loin, of Shelby ( ity, boro, N. C, where thev have made their Imnio for several years nml will purchased 20 bend of young cattle week at Stands for everything that is best in paint. lie cordinlly wlcomd buck to Lincoln of different farmers last .4.21 per hundred. by their many friends. The pigments used are properly proportioned A dispatch fiom Georgetown suys: Icvi Suwder of I'rnli Oiehrrd, With and thoroughly compounded. coin, soaring here at $4 n bar- bought some corn of W. II. Cum-mi- u rel wholesale, the farmers lime $1.2.1. nt feeding their hogs upon STUDY THE FORMULA AS SHOWN ON EACH PACKAGE C. T. Hohon nml Son, Lebanon wilh milk, there being nn unusually wOM SMk have bonaht f Hudson Hros., of largf quantity of milk now, duo to l,ouisilk 75 extra 15.2 to 15.11 four ,ho excellent grass. One farmer has inure mule- nl n been testing the Milne of the cow's unil ''HANNA'S GREEN SEAL PAINT Mafe to Wear; fnncy price. They also shipped til product for his swine, with the retwo-yeFOR SAL! BY pirtics in Montana one enr sult that they averaged a gain of n old Jersev heifers nt $10. liouiid u day in weight for every E. H. Kidd, of Liberty, was here day of the first month and u potiiu! Inst week looking tor n Lincoln nnd n fourth a day far each dav of , miintv fnrin f tin DtfirtmiiltMt nifinl II. if& i lie nm,Li.iiiiii, nvti Sum .1. Hell bought 81 owes in the my place big black 1 Straved, from rnounlnins last week, paying $X Ho sow weighing from 200 lo 2 it) poiimU old, Subject to register, lyouu(bflur Hilts nnd 32 piirs; 7 stock hogs per cent of his colts are marcs; I thorontjhbrcd black Hcrklvlrel for the butcher: one ten year yearling jack by Harris' Inlly Bold tliem to T. W. Jones & Co., nt Any infortunium leading to her reDitroa sow nml pigs, .1 crmi sows old mare with show colt by her side; Keene; 4 good jennets, 3 good work ii small urofit. covery will be rewarded. A. T. 'ftyernK-i- u mure is in foal to Jack; on tune and piss, 20 head of Over in Doyle Sheriff II. G. Pox mules, 1 pair ycrliug mules, 3 suck712 Stanford. J 25 pounds to he sold in lots of n.nie with filly colt by Rex Hilton, purchased from Sam (Veil one ling mules; 3 Jersey heifers with purchased the folJoe Hales has bay ninre for i200, also n lowing bunches of fat cattle hi the 3 to f or ns a whole if not sold pre- this man Mas nrcd to Itoheiniau calves, 1 high grade heif vious to sale, 1 liuscy nml harness, King, icgistcred; one yearling Mud horse from .lames Menu for me same hist two weeks- - from M. C Covinger, yearling heifer; 1 i, ear-ol- d animals were bought ton 1.10. averaging 1.450 pound-- ' nl double tenm w.ijrmi harness, 200 by ''hester Chief,, registered; two 4 nnd yentling heifer subject to regprice. These cnr old bend of mnrc mules; two for lllienm Ueloneli. of IFnscn, Ga. $0; fiom Alex Oihhs 120 averaging "hiri:eus, Household nnd kitchen 1 mare mules nil 10 hnmli ister, weanling heifer of high grade Mr. Fox also .sold to him a pony for 1..'I75 al $(!, trom . F. I'nrks 58 high grade Jersey cow Terms mnde known on day of and better high, fat rendy for the 1 4 year-old n consideration of 10(1. averaging 1,42.) nt $0. lliehmonil high with heifer calf, 1 sale. tiarket. Al the sale of personality of the Clininv. J. H. CARI'KNTF.R, Terms mnde known on day of snlo j,'ruilc Jersey cow. The dams of this in Garrard the Inte T. II. W.ilkir For Sale Old Hruce livery barn llustouville, Ky. Dinner on the ground. stock hae nil bcin Mild for $50 to following prices were realized: Lnnd on Depot street. Will sell publicly bIDNKY OUNRAR. $75 celi; 2 good Jersey bulls, 1 nnd lord'fs share one field 'JO acres corn County Court day October 9. Terms FARM FOR SALE OR RENT! Ilrdgeville, Ky. 2 years old, subject to register, 1 74-- 5 i.i fie.ld $17.10 per nere, snme in ensy. J. C. Eubanks. dipt. T. 1). Knglisu And. 71 3p-- ' line Shorthorn ini:k cw, ft steers, 1 one field of .111 neies $12.50 per ncro want to rent 25 to 40 acres of bnled hay $17.70 per ton. bnleil oats good "wheat land. Must be close to nnd 2 yen is old nnd 50 ewes. Will sell privately my fnrm nf John Wnlker pur- town. Address Hox 208. Stanford. about 200 ncres in Lincoln county, ADMINISTRATOR'S SALE OF $21.21 per ton Terms made known on day of sale chased n team of mules for $200, Ky. 701 ' Dinner on grounds. Persons nr- Ky., 5 miles east of Stanford on FARM AND STOCK. nnd the old fnnnly horse for $(i7.."0; living by train can be conveyed lo 80 acres in corn, JO Dix River. I. Ilumilton n team of mules Jhrioh CINCINNATI MARKETS. farm from depot by public coney- acres in meadow, balance iu blue, for $227, Hint a dm ft marc for $125 Ciiuinnati, 0., Sept. 10 Cattle-Rec- eipts grass, lias a four room tenant house As niliiiinistrator of the estate of nnces. T. Ii. KobiiiMin one bay mnrc 8 years Dr. J. G. Carpenter & Son, 2,0118, head; market steady 2 goad barns, nnd other ou1ioiim ritomas llutler. deceased, I will holl old for $105; John Conn u dm ft R. F. I). 1, CltAF. ORCHARD, KY. for $1.19.50; J. S. Johnson. Sr., to stronj; at last week's prices; good stone spring house, small orch-nr- at his bite residence two miles south ninre steer t:.50C)7.10; heifers $2.25ta Plenty of htock water, fjood of Xiebolnsvillc Ky., on the Danville (nl. J. 1'. Chandler. Auctioneer. two milk e.ows for $40. each pike, on nnd farming implements in- G; cows l(if5; cales nlow; niediuni fencing. cluding 35 hemp brakes brought good and common lower nt $H(S. Uo;.'s School house joining this fnrm. Tuesday, Sept. 26th, 191 at 10 a. m. PUBLIC SALE OF FARM Receipts 4.480 bend; mnrket opened prices. AND PERSONALITY. the following ptoperty. i(svUUlower; packers $7.1."i(fii".40; Will sell nil together or in two Now tun Wnteis, of North Snleiu. tracts. Terms easy. If not Two gentle family mares, two IndiHna, bought two steers from W. stat;s fH(i?5.50; common sows .f4(jr pold will rent for cash for 1912. fillies, mule colt, eiuht milk C. White, of the I'arksville section 0,35: pis nnd lit;hls $3(0)7.25. Slieep "Will nlso sell hnlf interest in 80 cow, three uith calves at side; two Having decided to change climate-Receipts 570 head: market steady for J.10G. will on lambs stronj; n't acres of corn to be cribbed on place fat heifers, spring heifer, Jerst-- calf f. S. Tevis sold lo S. T. Harris at H.25(3.25; Jersey bull, eighty Ten . J2") ncres of ;,'na nnd stalk September 28. 1911 3(3fi.23. nnd one horse mule and two mare mule ...,..- i! o ...i I r Grass hasn't been grazed fields. colli! fo'r $300. Thev are snid to be down f" Southdown rums,,"" PUBLIC SALE! ""?. this year. extra nice youngsters. ,r w.tb pigs about ready toV'd. seven ', i '' ""'s Mrs. Walter Warren. ' Pox & Lilian! sold a bunch of 150 ' r"5 n " wc lour drwsows. Roland China 1 will sell nt public auction nt ponml hogs to Meier & Huffman in boar; if not sold before day of sale hni j"1", dwc"Ill ot p,ora?' PUBLIC SALE! my place nt 5t. Salem, Iiegiuning Doyle for G 3 4 cents. .14 i;i,i u..;i..t . i.... " ..i.... iii'i,r"( tifti .'unir Inr. fl liirtri. f.iwl.trn .i flu. .In.... .til aii Will LillHrd litis been Mercer buy- at 0 :. in., on " . ,"' : ::,. ! Having sold my farm near Hubble," farming implement.-- ..,, consistin- - of inii.-s-.iWednesday. Sept. 20 1911 1011 fat cat-li- e ing cuttle. He ,. , i . ,. i. diiiiiuii.imis, iiiciuiiim; a i.. I, ...ii T ii ill stft'Vi nt tmliliit fitirttnn mi tn .Mini. Milh.v IllhC, Ullll rilKC, lsl" I 'iir-to 5c per pound. 1 1 st from 4 mare mule 1G-- 1 high, ' h,.rr,,. l"-- ,..ii. I...,,..... ; ari ,..n,. four f'baeei. barn, wilh eiMein also " ('llt,l. "" lllltttina They are nice ones and he will ship a good one, 1 good brood maro with . ,.n,misos ' on., . . - , ,n IQ..,, disc plow, three Oliver plows, "rain i'lrm, never failing springs on the thorn to the city markets Inter. marc inulo colt. 1 marc in fonl to ntununfi wfciiiM fc. drill, two buirgies, two wagons, Frnz school, one mile from church mid in one nf Col. Geo. F. Anderson of Doyle, Disnity Dare. 1 thoroughbred Jersey Promptly at 10 o'clock, nil my house er brake cart, wheat wheat fan, cut-tii- hoods in Lincoln thu best neighborsold HO cuttle to James Hutc1iins.nl.so cow and cnlf, 2 yearling calves, 1 hold nnd kitchen furniture till in intuit v, with thu box. tools etc., some of that section. These cattle are to thoroughbred blnck Berkshire sow good condition: my farming imple- furniture, ineludini: piano. uNo Cham advantage of a rural route and telephone nttaeh"d. Co between the lOth. anil 15th. of and pigs. 3 thoroughbred black Berk-Miif- e ments and tools usually kept on a bers' Kneyclopediii. Will nNo .sell 1 mules, October and were sold nt 5 cents Gilts. conducted farm. Also will sell not sold private before date one family buguy pair horse If 1 blnck Berkshire boar. 15 months d horse one a bound. Thev will average about to Hie highest bidder five Purm of sale ,the I arm of 2ti0 acres, in horse ns good high state of cultivation, will be of- be found anywhere n driver as can fered to the highest bidder. Oood any woman or childkind uud gentle, him. eibt room triune house, sonants 22 ewes, good ones. can drive hun11 one good cistern, ice house and dred pound oue, sbojts, :i sows and pius, nil uecesury Ten fanning implements of nil kind.s I. lilhilff.,1 li.irn fiitil ll.rM.i.f-.kiiii- i - ,, : " lonsisiing oia one llcenn V. . nouse. riirm is well waiereu. n .,,;,. MV. uwin- ..i binder. !..." I . ihhhh. tun tiiiS .,i lain front nnd pond on rear. About I.,,....;.., one rnl.l,..r i ... ,.u l.ij acres will be settled to wheat. !iii.'. .if I,,. ..... ...1. ..... , .finer ,!... miiiir which purchaser of farm will get too numerous to mention. !I.,.,.,..m one-hain sack at thresher, other and kitchen furniture, this i, all The farm is comparatively new. to o to tenant. half A lot useeptible of ilhiMon and will con- some pure strain white of fowls. Wvandotto sider offers on either of the two riul white leghorns. tracts or the whole. Terms made known on day of TKILMS OP SALK: On personal sale. property all sums of .20 or under, M. r'AUTKK. Jit (ash; over tlint amount u credit of si mouths, piiieliat-e- r to cie note h with approved sefiirit.v bearing six I per cent, interest from date. On leal estate one third cash, balance in tbiee equal payments, bearing interest at six per cent per annum. A Pen will be retained on laud to payments. Edge-woo- d My home place of about 260 acres of land, on which is situated the 1. J. S. BUTLER, distillery, a frame dwelling house af 10 rooms, practically new, with all modern Administrator of Thos. Butler, 73-J. II. Chambers Auct conveniences, including bath and water heating apparatus; all necessary outbuildings N'leho-lasvillc PROPERTY Why not pay the un the best APPALACHIAN KNOXVILLE, EXPOSITION TENNESSCK Hanna's Green Seal September 11 to October 1 1H d - mmm 2-- 4 Pence Bros,Stanf ord, Ky c. A Squirt r. of Kahlblt 8mm. Moat Magnificent and Naval Exploitation af Raaaurcaa af tha Entlra Appalachian Raglan Mln BulMIng Containing tO.OOO MMU?0.lluH1rlniw.".r.etlV, "B,,,U h",.0eJLpc,e, In promluma M.000 for N'tiu-iielle- y, c..;ui!rr:r.kndcrr:.b;,:.r.n,:r..f4 t,mb" ' Panoramic K,n' Mountain." 'llvo aWck, horllcultural .JrlJIi vf"n9 toumamant. I" v.rl.ty. Innum.r.bl. high cIim pjrrtoehnlc and agricultural ld 1 'nth.,Th"..myVt,.TnP:V.ambr.d:, "' Proaldont Taft, tpcahar Cha Clark. Oav. Woedrow WH.nn jua on Harmon, Oov. Dm W. Moopor. Col. man ,i national and Intarn.tl.nal .mi'wni J, , "'L.ta and waVr. and """'' - a.. '' "n"'hi dla. - 1 -- - .September 11 to Octabar RManbr tk RallrtNMl Rataa, 1km Remambar tha Boat Kvar Data. Any 1 ahram Caasaltl4Mi Xm 1 offer the 'daily Courier Journal until December .'10, 11)11 nnd TUB IN -TB1M0II JOl'UN'AL one full year for Thu regular price of only $1.80. On Friday August 2.1. 1011, thu the Courier Journal is 50 cents a death iiiigel visited the bomb of Mr. mouth. This U a remarkable offer, and Mrs. Sam Adams uud took and the sooner you send in jour or-ilfrom them their little boy. .Inuu- (ho longer you will get the CourLee. He was only ,1 years and 1.1 ier Journal. The political campaign , days ot ace. lie had been sick for is on, keep posted by rending the I. J some tunc, but no one expected liir All orders must be sent to thu Interdeath mi soon ior Journul not to the Courier JourWe had a little treasure once, nal. IN MEM0RIAM nr d. Ma-biuc- 1 - scp-nm- tc lie was our jov uud pride. . We lined him, ah, perhaps too well For soon he slept and died. PUBLIC RENTING. On Saturday September 23, nt 2"0 I'. M.. iu front of Iliinri A: ('of lev's store, .Morvliiml. I will rent to thu highest bidder, the A. (!. Clirjcman farm of HO ncres with good improvements, lying one inilo east of .More-land. 1 y ld ' ewe-sfou- fK 1 'fiv tJ1',!' ii ' ' ? dark within our dwelling. I.nneh are our hearts today For the one we loved so dearly. Mils lorexer passed away. All is Dear little hands, We miss them so All through I he day, When ever we go. All Mow oo pun-baseIl-- ..'...'... .,,,". - nr through the night. lonely it seems. For no little hands Wake Us out of our dreams. acres to go in com. nnd nbout in hemp or tobaero. Tirms, day of renting. IMward Alcorn, Kxor, A. (I. Chris-- i 2.1 lour num. I I 7.'l-- 2. hou-cho- ld com-line- SALE OF Distilleries I 1 .ll-r- ;. Sunday, September 17. Sunday. lietwei'ii Louisville, Lcxin.vlou, Danville, Georgetown, Ifarrodsburg. Shel b.wille La wren celling, and Versailles uud intermediate stations each direo ' tiou. Day lime or night time. .fL.1l) between Lexington. DanWherever we go, ville, Georgetown nnd Louisville for Dear little hands, the round trip, tickets limited to re- -. We miss them so. turn on date ot sale. ProportionateA Heart broken sister Kthcl Adams. ly low rates between intermediate We miss them nil thro' The wean hours, .Miss them as others Do sunshine nnd flowers. SOUTHERN RAILWAY. Low Bxeiirsiiui Hates - .k i,. .iv-r- Consult nny Southern Itailway OFFER. agent or write have been comArrangements H. C. Kind. CTA Lexington, Kv pleted whereby we are enabled to A. R. Cook. DPA Louisville, Ky GREAT CAMPAIGN H lf And Farms 71-.- -I offer for sale privately the following property: I WE MAKE LOANS warrant Tennyson or Longfellow- - could take a worthless sheet of paper, write a poem on it and make it worth $11.1.000. That's Genius. H in splendid state of repair. The Edgewood distillery has 103 bushels capacity with 20,000 barrel storage capacity and bottling house all complete, also cribs for 3,000 barrels of corn. The brands of wjiisky made by this distillery have a national reputation. 2. The Dudderar's Mill property containing about 50 acres of land and a water capacity, which has recently been overhauled and and steam grist mill of y bricl dwelling house at the mill made up to date; also a 3. The John. Spoonamore farm of about 120 acres, containing frame dwelling and outbuildings. The John Trayler distillery property of 7 acres at Gilbert's Creek station. 4. The distillery has a capacity of 36 bushels and a storage capacity of 4,000 barrels. The John Traylor farm of 198 acres, with frame dwelling and outbuildings. 5. This property is all on Dix river, in Lincoln county, Kentucky, and all on the Goshen turnpike except the John Traylor property, which is on the county road leading from the Gilbert's Creek station to Dudderar's Mill. For further particulars, address SO-barr- el PUBLIC SALE Of registered nnd high grade stock at Carpenter's Stock Fnrm, formerly owned by Thos. C. Humbcr, who lias the founder nnd director iu the Lincoln County National Bunk, of Stanford, Ky. This sale will tnko (ilnce on On approved security whenever conditions .Morgan can write a few words on a frheet of paper and make it worth $5,000. That's Capital. Your wife can buy u coat for but prefers one that will cosl .10. That's Natural. Anyone can write a cheek for t.10,000.000, but it wouldn't be worth n dime. That's Rough. Some millers mny tell you Ihey can make bettei dour than ours. That's Gall. it Prefer- ence, of course, being given to aur regular two-stor- Thursday, Sept. 21, mt 9:30 A. M., X 1-- 1911 depositors mile from Crab "Orchard, Ky., on the Cliapj)eU's Gap pike. The following live stock will be disposed of: 2 R. F. D. 4, W. H. Traylor, Stanford, Ky. chestnut sorrel rockawny and conch horse, not afraid of trains or autoGalmobiles, drives well; lon bay gelding, broken to drive, out ejf Clay maro; 1 Oaltou ha ygelding, extra nice horses, both nfthese and subject to register; 1 Chester Jewel buy horse, Denmark brood nnd 1 Shetland work mare; 1 pony by Illue Kyes; I 4 year-ol- d pony by Dock Gray with horse colt by her side by Ileid's bay stallion; 1 Dignity Dare suckling lilly out of jack, ExClay mare; 1 celsior, by To vis' Emperor; hU colli have sold for $05 to $125 and 90 1 State Bank Trust (o. Our No. 1 Fancy Patent Flour is as good as can be mnde, nnd U sold 114 low as such quality can be offered. THAT'S THE TRUTH. On sale with every groccryman In Stanford. STra, raw, J. H. BAUGHMAN & CO. J iw