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"MIMI""""""'" 'r-- y i The Stanford Interior Journal VOLUME XXXVIII NO. 7G STANFORD, LINCOLN COUNTY, KENTUCKY, IRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 22, 1911 EVERY TUESDAY AND FRIDAY BURLARS IUSY IN STANFORD A6AIM xtiLu HUSTONVILLC, JAMES A. REAZLEY. Set An Example In Lancaster thy if Eimilatlen. Wor- HARVEY HELM. i PARENTS AND TEACHERS. JUDGE WALKER BETTER. itouatn llfi.1. of Hustonvillc, is the guest of Mm. A. J. Adams. Miss Mabel MCLIiire, was in mm Store ef Seorne H. Farrls Entered. citj last week. $3 tocwwi Wrwkr Vil.Miss Annie Dunn, of Stanford, li Ceek Hem. wns guest of relatives .here last Burglars have licvu busy in Stan- week. Mrs. J. 1'. Ooodo has returned ford again llio past week, niut house- from n nleasant visit .to her dautfli- keepers nro keeping tiling locked tors Jit LouUville. . ., Mm. (leorgo Vennilhoii, ol iwh-vill- e. tight nowadays and sleeping with is the guest of Mr. nud Mrs. with pistol under Uic-i- pillows. Itowlnnd liiidinp. The grocery store of Gcortfo II. Mr. nnd Mm. Hobert Tucker, of o J arris wns entered ntitl robbed early Oklahoma, are guests of Mrs. Says Democratic Party Must Keep To Meet Next Wednesday To Perfect Organization. Its Platferm Pledges. REV. W. E. ARNOLD NEW PRESIDING ELDER HERE. Rev. art r Wednesday morning, nnd tlmt evening n intruder appeared nt the Jtoinc of Mrs. Leliu Cook on East Main Btrcct nnd badly frightened ... j Iter young uauguicr, .'" Shepherd Cook, wlio wan nlono in Hie house nt tho time. The young thief, who effected mi ntronec into Karris' store is believed to be the sumo one who robbed Cummins & WeurenV dry goods few weeks np. H nt the Intent scene of Ids crime were not so well rewarded for he only got $3 this time. A drummer sleeping St. Asaph iti one of the room of the Hotel with n window on Somerset uvenue, heard the thief nt work on the Hide door through which entrance of tvus effected into the basement suspect nny-thiI liu htore. He did not however, nud djil pot glc ' nlnrtn. Mr." Farm had left hi nfe open with but the $3 in it, ho that the thief lind no trouble in getting it. lie did not touch anything else in tho street, nnd ns in the Cummins AWenrrii burglary, seemed to be nfr.vr money alone, mere un.clews to the identity of the yoiins nt n.in who i doing this prowling r.isht nnd unless he is mighty care-fi- d in the future, he is going to find Jiiinsclf behind the bars. The intruder at the Cook home, made 1.1? .visit while Mrs. .rook iJO nt .prayer meeting nnd Mux studv-iii Shepherd Cook was nt home the mnn her leson.. She henrd but gave romr up from the cellar, res- an alnnn nnd neighbors quickly 1,,"e,f1.-.",r- y romline, he tenrve. nnd could not he ns :w -- ''"i' usually treated," ft sprained A luiktn will disnblo n mnn for three or four works, but by npplying Cham l.crlnin's Liniment fredf "s mom an he injurv is received, rtlld unserving the directions with each bottle, two ii rare can be affected in from in four days. 1'i.r sale by till denials. PLEASANfpOINT ti n large Rev. Jeffries prea-ho- d uiigpgntion at the Baptist chuich Sunday. A. V, llortoii is very hick nt this v nting. s Point school wilh their teacher K. 0. hay-rid- e Friday enjoyed They visile! the King's .afternoon Mountain .graded school where they engaged ii: an oUl lime spelling match the Pleasant .Point school finding it env matter to win the laurels. tien Pnvtt, iT !!!8m;.;g!on, Ind., is Mxiting relatives here. Mrs Nora Hays ;ind lilthdiiHgh-4er- , Edna lire with Mr. and Mr- - J. A .Singleton for a few day. Mi-- h Maude Itiuwn who is tench-in- g seln.ol near Eubanks the Klli-o- n -- pent Sunday Willi Ikiihc folks .! i getting along nioeit with her school. Allen (lilliland Jiud wife were visiting Mr. and Mrs. E. 0. Giliiiund. .1. A. Dean, of Junction Citj. was 5if i' est iif JtifiM f!r it'll. Oillilnud tf .Mrs. M. I). Wall, is convalcsc-n- t. f Will Hor-4oIt. J. llogilo bought u mule for $100. Some 35 pupil of the Pleasant MAKES WMK EASY. To Stanford PcMte Are Pleased Learn Hew it Is Imw. It's pretty luird tu atteiul to ditties with a "conMautly nehing buck, with annoying urinary, dUordera Uaan'H Kidney Pills .have niado work eahier. bo thouaauds have gratefully They're for bad backs. te&tified. 'f They're for weak Kidneys. Stanford jieoplo gladly recommend DtM's. ilm. S. J. llubbcll, Ijincnitcr St., Stanford, Ky., Kays: "I know that Dnnu'a Kidney Pills lielptvl mo ami I therefore, hnvo not the least hesitation in xecommcndinjr them. My kid jie.v8 wore disonlcred for some time and although my condition w:i9 not s I noverthcleM annoyed great deal. My hank ached nhnost i oitHtatly nnd sometimes becaino fo tntnu that it renumsl a great effort for mo to stoop. There were al to other evmptonis of kidney complaint that cniiM'd mu distreSb. Since using DoanV Kidney Pills, procured jit Shugars & Tanner's Drug Store, all tlieso troubles bine disappeared nnd my health has improved.'' For ttal by all ilenlem. Piiee SO Co., IlulTulo. ents. Foster-MilhurNew Vork, sole ngent for tho Unitn ed JM f States, vr- Kwooiiber the name tM ttt - uM $ t A meeting of the patrons and The Danville Messenger on Tues-da- y Congressman Harvey Helm was at dist Conference. coutnined the following tribute Dcmocratio hcndn,uartcrrf Saturday, friends ot the graded school will ho Henzley, of LnncnFter, savs tjie Louisville Times. He re- held in the chapel of the high school to James A. Evoryono was glad that the Metho n transplanted Llncolnitc which will ports' the1 Eighth district in excellent Luilding next Wednesday afternoon (list Conference which has ben in bo appreciated by his many friends condition for the strttc ticket, and ut ;i:l". This meeting is for the session nt Richmond sent Rev. J. J. here. The Messenger says: tendered his services to the Cam- purpose of organizing the Parent Dickey back to Stanford for another Mr. James A. Ilcnzlcy, of Lancasabout Teachers' Association which is for paign Committee. When asked yenr. Jlr. Dickey is doing a noulc mingling his own race next yenr, he refused tho purpose of securing n more unitter, was here yesterday work in the Masters vineyard nnd Mr. to discuss it other than to say that ed effort toward educational With the1 court day crowd. It will is well beloved in Stnnford. Henrley is a candidate for county he would lit the proper time make his This meeting is to emnlso bo ii source of gratification judge in Oarrnrd, and knowing onc announcement, adding that nothing phasize the personal touch and bring that Hov.SV. E. Arnold, former pasay lie is a winner. Mr. Ucuzley Is should be done lit the present time about u sympathetic relationship of tor here, is to be the new presiding thing the word to interfere with the election of the patron and teacher. There aro threo Rout. i gentleman in every . elder in this circuit. Anna implies, and ir clcrtetl will give me sidcndiil state ticket. Mr. Helm still classes of the laity who pass criti1. i( and The conference adjourned Monday Floyd were guests of the Missen , people a clean administration. Sev- ed that the Democratic House nt cism Upon the pUhlic: schools. night lifter a splendid session. StaELLISBURG. 1. Tho chronic fault-finderal years ngo Lancaster Was honey Wubliington hns made it possible to who Meehwiic Inflt week ni nuooie. tistics reported to the Conference In fact elect u Democratic President nest finds fault with everything in school Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Dunn were m combed with blind tigers. showed a net gniu in membership oiT Mr. and Mrs. Hardin Ellis have 1003 they year; that this was done by religi- town, church and state. Danvillo last week. they became so numerous that for tho Conference, Sevreturned from a visit to Mr. and eral collections were taken during who bus were run us openly iir n licensed sa- ously keeping their pint form and '!. The kicker who is prompted Miss Sula Mne Hruce True, at Cincinnati. Mrs. Frank hem visiting Miss Ada Alcorn leit loon. Set oral officers were appoint campaign pledges, and that he natur- by personal or selfish matites the session. One tho completion Mr. Logan Orberson, of Gravel of the endowment for the Carnegie lirimrsday for Stanford to visit Mis-- . ed, but tho tiger continued to fourish ally wants to serve under such nn .1. lliu mnn or woman who is of like a greenhay tree. Finally a num- administration, when the services of prompted by loyalty to the public Switch visited friends here recent- brary of Kentucky Wesleynn College Mary Itruce. .Mr. and Mrs. U. r lionou urovc ber of the best citizens of the town tetcrans and not raw recruits wiH school, general interest in the young at Winchester, was $11100. Another Mr. nnd Mrs. T. K. Keyiuer.son lo supplement the fund for Confer over in u inachine with u, jmjt.i of held a meeting to devise ways and be needed. Parties like individuals people or n genuine desire to prowere in Danville Wednesday. means to nave tue law cuiorccu. lie said must be on tho sounre. "Peo- mote the' general ivclfare. lifbaiioii mentis rnuay. ence Missions, $1,400. Another for Mrs. Samuel Purely of Bradfords- - a colored school nt Savannah, Ga., Mr. rhnrles Lutes wus in town for Many plans were suggested, but all ple are going to elect the DemocratIt is this last class who nro most had been tried and tailed. Finally, ic ticket this fall", he suid, "because cordially iniited to attend and tnke ville, visited friends and relatives'! was $180. Another for n colored a fen hours Wednesday. Judge Wells, ot I.ilicrty was acre some gentleman arose and anion.; they believe the General Assembly part in these sessions which are for here last week. school nt Jackson, Miss., tvns $55. Mr. Jnmcs Thornton and children, Friday. otlier things, sauf "Uentlcmrn, the will he democratic, and will, like the the good of the community. It is of Texas, have ben visiting her bro Another to completo tho salary of Mr. and Mrs. A. H. C. Dinwiddle time hns come when some good citi- Democratic Evangelist Conference Missionary House'at Washington, the breeze that keeps tho cducntion-- . ther, Mr. W. M. Minor. give keep the pledges nnd covenants con- al atmosphere clean. Rev. A. P. Jones was $158. Another of Shelby City, were guests of Mr. zen mut take, a sacrif There is no Mills and family, of Mr. and Mm. John Diuuiddic Sunday. up his business, accept the chief ol tained in the pint form nnd that they war n honest criticism therefore, Illinois, Edwardwith rclatites here rc- - to supplement the fund for tho pubwere MLss Margnrvt Davis of I)anillu police's place, risk his life and this have made with the people of Kenlication of the minutes of the conwe welcomo the opinion of the entry. ference was $25, making in all a toFor n time tucky. They tiro going to give them thoughtful mnn or woman. was the pict of Mis Joscphiuo evil can be stopped." Miss Florenco Spragcns is visiting tal of Snndidge. o.'er $3,000 contributed by there was. il?nve. yut Mr, Jk'tizlc.v another try. Should they refuse or This association is formed not to Miss Bess Walker nt Bradfordsville. Miss Lee, ol Danville, and Miss nroic And said, "Well gentlemen, I fail to make good, it will he a long air personal grievances but to disLebnnon, the preachers nnd few laymen. Mr. C. C. Reynierson, of The missionary spirit was domi LouW1 Caldwell, of Greenburg, are icalire. full, that the tiger operalime before the'party will iinin be cuss plans for the betterment of the visited friends here from Friday un nant nt the Conference. Eighteen Visiting Miss Ada Alcorn. especially their backers, instructed with power in this slate." schools nnd to secure tho hearty co til Wednesday. tors, and preachers, had served four years in Hlwood Weatherford left Thurswill nol hesitate to kill nny man who The Danville Messenger Tuesday operation of parent nnd teacher. Miss Mattie E. Slushcr of their pastorates' and these were large day for Philadelphia where he will isttcmps to slop their ncfnrrioiis bu-- i said of Mr. Helm: Hon Harvey The general good is the ultimatum. home after n, has returned ly in the city churches and in tho 1 attend a medical school. have a wife and several Helm was here yesterday and rehess. visit to friends here. (residing elderships. Outside of Revival serviceu will begin nt the children, nm a man of limited CINCINNATI MARKETS. coiled an ovation from his many Mj J. Taylor, of illiilots his these there were not many change. Hnntist ihurch the firet Sundav in but I am so anxious tu see Lancas- friends. Mr. Helm has done and visit to Mr. after o The next session of. tho Confcr-e- nr October. Rev. II. F, Slides will lw ter wrested from this grip of laws is lining splendid work in Congiess, Cincinnati, 0.. Sept. 2i, Cattle. William Richards arid family, Will be held ut Danyille. Tho a3ci,led by Dr. C. V. Cook, of Dan- lcssnes, nnd the destruction of. the and his record h one vf ijliich t,h' Jleceipts .GX--i hPn'd; market steady Mr. T. E. Miracle, of Liberty, Wits following aro the pastoral appoint-jacn- ts ville. The Diiblic is cordially invited hell-pitwill aeoopl tlie place people nro justly proni He elan' that I at yesterday k prices: bteers .$3.50 here first of the Week. for the Danville district which to attend all the services. for a short time." He took the well in Congress, as his assignment (3)7.10; heifers $2.25 ftfC; rotvs,$l(a Messrs. Cook and A. C. Robinson, Mis-e- s . ,Min. Frank North nnd the place, appointed a good deputy-MrIn scleral important commit lees will 5, calves steady to 23c higher. Hogs of Lancnster, were in this section includes Stanford nnd the churches, in this section: Carson attended the stnte fair this Pollard and while many flinty. He hns found several leaks in Receipts 2,47fi hcud; market gen buying nudes last week. Presiding Elder week. . ...W. E. Arnold were made to kill him, nud the wnr department and his enci'."' erally 10 cents lower; packers $0.00 Mr. J. 11. Spragens left Tuesday Burgin . . J. W. Simpson .Mrs. Fred Jeffers and daughter desperadoes threatened Mb, lie land Ic efforts will save Uncle Sam many nri.lo; stags f3(o)j.2o; common for Cincinnati. Burnside . . J. W. Gardner ate in I.oiiUville this week. ed ninny tiger operators in jnil and dollars. Mr. Helm is a good man sows $4(S.fC.25; pigs and lights $3 Mr. Dallas Rule, of .Liberty was Corbin Mm. Uurdctle Powell, has return. . . R. F. Jordan soon Lnncater was as dry as a find is making a clean, useful record. a)i. Sheep Receipts 1,304 head; here the first of the week. Danville ed fiom n iisit to her father nt Mays powder horn. Mr. Pollard his dep...J. P. Strother market steady nt $l.uO(a?3.5Q; lambs Mr. Ltiell Steele left last week East Bernstadt ville. . .E. M. Armitage uty, was killed, however, one court steady at ?3(c?C.33. KING'S MOUNTAIN. for Georgetown College. Jlnrrodsburg ... ,.M. T. Chandler Miss Jesse Cook is in Danville for day on the notorious "Battle Row." Wilcher, Joseph. Mc Lancnster Messrs. John . .. E. 11. Pearco a few days. Henzley toon had the town as quiet Mr. Arthur Murphy has returned SUBURBAN FARM FOR SALE Williams, Hardin Ellis and II. C. London W. . Grinstend Mr. Will HnwkiiiH, of Corbin will as a country grave yard, nnd re- fro'ti San Marcos, Texas, to assist Peyton, attended county court at Muck ville arrive Sunday 'for a visit to Mr. lumed to his business pursuits. Air. his father in niavinc there. We nro ...J. W. Sawyer By authority of Judge L. L. WalkLiberty. Monday. Meadow Creek . Jiimes Hall. Hoazlev's resignation was followed sorry to give up our irood neighbors er, executor of the will of T. B. Born, on the seventh to Mr. and Middlesboro . . . . .Geo. A. Young Mrs. Joe MfKeott'it nnd son of jby the appointment of Luther Her- - but probably our Joss is iheir j,nin. ..B. F. Chatham elker,, deceased, we otter for snlc Mrs. James Ellis, a fine boy. Moreland Loiiisiille are guests of iclativcs ron. who hns since kept up tnc good , .tir. Allen Uillilainl and wife, of privately, a fertile farm of 203 ..F. D. Pulmeter Mrs. Eliza Hafley has been quite Perryville .. . here. McClure work, and it is n fact that today the southern part of the county nro acres, adjoining the city of Lancas- sick. Pineville W. D. Gibbs Mis.s Ora Enoch of Somerset has ter, Ky., on the northeast, which there is not n drop of liquor sold in 'usiting his brother V. C. Gilliland. Elija Cox is ill. Mr. Preaclicrsville . . . J. E. Roberts teturncd tit her home in Somerset Lancaster. " Mr. Craig Hutt and family have yields abundant crops of, till the cpnductcd. at PulasKi A rev'vi b. el.".... . . J. E. Coleman after a pleasant visit to Mrs. Jcnnit returned to Ludlow after u week's money making product which are Hie Baptist" church by the pastor, T, J. W. Crutohfield Carpenter. visit with their mother ffis. RigneV. more valuable than otlier crops be- Rev. A. S. Jeffries, assisted by Rev. Richmond THAT'S THE SOLUTION. . . . . C. K. Dickey Dr. 0. S. Williams pcnt n Sammie Higney and family spent cause tile marketing is much less. J. B. Jones of Stanford. Bro. Jones Somerset (Danville Messenger.) Stanford J- I'iekcy in Cincinnati this week. .. According to tho Stanford Jourrijn IbntiinlAy and Sunday with telatives It has a large, new hum nnd js a strong convincing preacher and Wilnmre W, L, Clark Mm. William if. Sludv'liill hns re- a local option election will be. held in iheivj 1 .i 1 fronts beautifully on Itichmond ave- has Uecn .successful in his effoitj turned to her home in Chicago af- Lincoln county some time in Decern- .Mrs. Jolni Linthicuni is on the sick nue, within the city limits', "' thus here. . ter a plc.iMint visit with relatives Wr. The wets, it is alleged ,nre cir- - list. WAYNESBURG. solving the problem of country and A successful meeting has jutt here. Quite n number of friends hero city life by combining them into closed at tile Hocky Ford church, diluting H'titions and receiving Mr. John Curltsh, of Bellhaven, N. The county is dry nlteuded the fcneral of Ml tunny sicners. Meecia one. A splendid farm, fronting on Pastor J. L. Adkins has been HANDSOME HOME C., lutely bomrht a house ot present, but the wets claim whis- - Motion nt Wnyncsburg Inst Thurs-k- y a conciete walk with the ndvantagc und lot by Evuilgelist L. B. Arvin of AT PUBLIC SALE from is being Mild eterywheie in open, day. Miss Horton was n daughter of electric lights, telephone, paveCampbellsville. Almost thirty were night L. G. Oooch. and Thursday the youmr people of Wnvnes-bur- g nidation of the law. If this is their of Mr. nnd Mrs George Horton, of ment to churches, postotliee. stores ndded to the church in one way III health making it ncccssan for jfuve them a storm party! and only rt'ason for wanting saloons op- l.ubanks. She was a good Christum nnd one of the best schools in the or unnther. mo to gite up housekeeping. I Iiavo welcomed them to Wnvnosburg. Even, why not get some officers who eitl nnd every one who knew her decided to Hell nt public auction on will do their duty, thus saving ex- learned to love her. Tho bereaved state, is easily worth $30 more per ery acre than the same kind of land great medicine of proven good one enjoyed themselves. Some Is n Saturday, Oct. 7, 1911, old fnshioned gunies were pluy-c- d pense and annoyance of an election ? family have' our greatest sympathy far out in the country. We can sell value for both acute? and chronic promptly at 10::t() o'clock, my resi nnd music was furnished by Mrs. in their lime of sorrow. it as it is, or include a handsome kidney und bladder ailments. Itis eeiieo situated on Main street, HusHet. Combs nnd fimily will inovi-t- residence which can ho connected especially recommended to. elderly Ida Burleson. Some of the crowd PREACHERSVILLE. tonvillc, situated within It squares Science Hill this week where Misses Mary Eliza and Kate Holtz tonic nnd were Mr. and Mrs. A. B. Morgan, of the best graded school in the daw, of Gilbert's Creek and Miss he hns been called ns pastor to the bv an intervening tract of land. Tho peoptc for its wonderfulmid the per Mr. and Mrs. M. B. Burleson, Misses in several tracts. reconstructive qualities, farm can be sold slate. This is one of the most de- Jennie Hodgers, of Cedar Creek, M. E. church. Vom i"gIeton, Cora Huqhes & Swinebroad, Call on mnnciit relief and comforj it giVes sirable homes in the town, eontniu-iu- c were the ultrnctive guests of the Oliver Singleton, John BurleKing's Mountain eroded school en Real Estate Agts, Lancaster, Ky. thera. Shugars nnd Tanner. f about three and acres Misses Carpenter. son und Urban Singleton. Mrs. John It leilaiued Pleasant Point school Friwith u nice cottage of seven largo Mcrshon, Our postmaster sold ono of his d day nftcrnoon by giving a spelling of Son(wscl. .vho has FARMS FOR SALE NOTICE OF SALE! rooms', front and hack porches, a Inrms for $750 nnd bought n house her sister, Mrs. W. P. White miit olt. both schools, claiming the vicsplendid cistern, new meat house has returned home. and lot of J. II. Acton for $250. In Garrard County, Ky., tory. and pac'sing room, new poultry .Mr. J. L. Mnhau came Lincoln Circuit Couit Miss Elizabeth Dye left Monday Mrs. Elmer Towler .of Greenburg. homo liouso and splendid new bam in lud., who has been u guest of her to take n position at Danville, in the by HUGHES & SWINEBROAD. J. I. Caso Threshing Machine Co., t nday from Floyd county. tact, all the outbuildings are Key. J. W. Herald, mother, Mrs. Win. Dntall. hns re- exchange office. of Wliccliug, t Plaintiff vs A. B. Bastin,fcDefend-un- t. Lancaster. Kentucky. . licit and modem. The turned home. n., hns rented the Phelps pro- -' Emmet t Gooch nnd family have Her brother, Owen place has ncter failinir wuter, and Duvnll. and niece, Miss Xora Smith been tisiting relatives here. 174 notes level land, on pike, well Pursuant to a iudgment o sale perty two miles south of Waynes-httrlias two uice grass lots. Mrs. Kira Haves and Maude accompanied her. rendered in the above styled eausct improved, Hue location. Will also sell my household tilid Mis.s Cora Sims spent ,Sumlay spent Sunday with Mrs. "Will Joseph It. likinkcuship, of 208 neres, mostly let el, well lo- at tho May term, 1911 of baid court with kitchen furniture, consisting of two her mother Mrs. Lafe Leach. is visiting friends here Leach. the undersigned will on Saturday cated, large dwelling. nice bedroom sets, with large ipiun-tit- y ind 'elsewhere in Lincoln-- . Mr. Armstrong Todd was here last William Leach nnd wife will leave 50 acres A. 1 land, splendid im- September 10th 1011, nt about 2:30 of bedding, set ot nice dining Miss Emma Doonc, of Maywnnd, in a few days to no to Arizona. Mr. provements, on pike, f miles oat. P. M., on the farm of Bub Reynolds' week to see a iniuhty pretty girl. mom e hairs, hundsomo sideboard, spent a week with her aunt Mrs. W. Leach's health has failed him ami Mr. PI acres tobacco laud ,o;i pike, about ono half milo front Bee Lick milk W. G. Burleson hoiij;lifu nice carpet, rugs, tables, rockers, com- P. White. cow from E. S. Singleton, nnd be will have to leave his position n good improvements, 4 miles out. oit tho Crab. Orchard, nud Somerset paratively new range uud oil slot., Mrs, J. S. Daiis and family of operator for a while. road, offer for sale at public outcry sold her the next day because she 08 acres adjoining above 91 acres all kitchen utensils, reveral mjIs of Iteech Grow, visited Mr. and Mrs. Mr. V. C. Gilliland was elected will sell both together. to the highest and best bidder the jumped the fenco to pet something harness, break cart, pony cart, J. F. Shaw. to eat. principal teacher and Miss I.ydia 171 acres, first class land, good 1 olio wing desctibed personal propersplendid phaeton hugy,. good us new Miss Violu Reynolds has typhoid Miss Talitha Hell has been suffer- McKce assistant teacher in the gripl improvements, on pike, 4 miles out. ty, it mid other articles too uumrrou? to ing with a painful felon. ed school. Prof. Gilliland succeeds "One J. I. Case Threshing machine fever. 122 uvies on pike, a good farm, mention. Muster Claude Merritt who ha Mrs. Anuie Xcal as principal. Company's 75 horse power traction" Little Miss Gertrude Adams new improvements, 4 miles out. Terms easy atal made known on We uro very glad to Say that the quite ill. 102 nTvs, I iiiile of town nt n engine, No. 23,497, one engine cab, had typhoid few 'for" Vuverhl Weeks day of sale. together with all tho needed tools, is !.'ottmg much better. Miss llotlo Jennings, of How-lan- d King's Mountain school is progressbargain price. 75-t- d . D. S. Carpenter. Rev. Clantich filled his appointnud that both tench is a guest of Miss Katie Pnyiio ing nicely ICO acres, improvements. belts and all of the appurtenances new The meuting nt the llaptist church ers nre doing their best to mnke a good laud, cm pike, 4 miles from R.U thereunto belonging, to make a com- ment here Sunday. Honor HUt. White Oak Mr. E. B. Caldwell is on the sick icuitinues with much interest shown. good and successful school. 2 acres, first ilnss land, well plete engine jacketed boiler contracJ. A. Dean, of Junction City wns located. Laiire crowds in attendance. tor ,fuel bunkers, freight wheels, and list. Mr, II. II. Singleton, made a busiGrade 8. Lilhe Wflmotr Miiggio Rev. Fred M. Jones ,of IlernMntlt, here on business last Saturday. 05 acres, some bottom land, good five sets of trucks, less long part Mr. Wallace Wnlter s'pent n few location. Ituiikin. spliced tongue double trees nnd neck ness trip to Tennessee, lust week is doing jome good preaching. and accompanied by .Mrs. Singleton Grade X Allen HolUcUw, Clyde days in Stanford lust week. 03 acres, unimproved,. 3 miles of yokes. Lee Wilmot, Joe Hngin Traylor. Mrs. G. A. Walter and little daugU town. Hev. George A. Joplin, general se- The said property is now located who ha now gone to Montory, Ohio Grade -'. Jolmafnrrr.!!, Allen Han cretarv of the Kentucky Sundny ter Mnrv have returned from u two ut the place where suto will occur and to visit Mr. J. II. Caldwell anil other 131 acres rich land. friends there. kin. School Association, writes that tho j weeks visit to Cincinnati. Wo hate otlier farms nud can suit in Pulaski, county. Miss Eya Singleton is visiting Grado 1. Luck Francis Travlor, people of Louisvillo nre making pre The said property will be sold on nny purchaser. Write us for farr. Hubblo Sherou, Louis Gordon a credit of six mouths, and the pur- friends nt Eubank this week. miration for at least wo thousand Common Colds Must Be Taken Seri- ther particulars and prices. We tyere sorry to hear of the ously. Write to state of. October chaser will he required to give bond Primary. Mm tin Carroll, William at tho State Convention, For unless cured thoy snp the vi- -t For bowel complaints in children for the purchase price, with approv- death of Miss Meecie Horton. ot Lomaii. fice, 7PJ2 Louisville Trust Building, nitty and lower tho vital resistance nlwuvs give Chamberlain's Colic, ed personal security, payable to the Eubauks, who died last Wednesday, for a full information. Kvery Sun - , j0 ,n(jrt. serious infection. Protect Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy and commissioner, and bearing six per of typhoid fever. Miss Meeoiu waa Foley's Honey and Tar Compound. day School in the state is entitled vour cVddren and yourself by the castor oil. It is certain to effect a cent interest from dnte of sale a sweet girl nnd loved by ull who Her ninny friends of He will first offer the Traotion know her. delegate. Lincoln county should ,)rom,,t usc 0f Foley's Honey nud cure mid when reduced with water retains its high place m the to a Still 'J'nr Compound and note its quid and sweetened is pleasant to tnke, engine nnd appurtennnces as a whole Wuynesburgg extend their pviupii- remedy for all coughs have n large delegation. best household . For toughs Xo physician can proscribe a better uiid will then offer for sale the five thy to tho bei caved ones in their or- and decisive nnd colds, either for children or the entire Foley Kldnev Pills. colds, croup, whooping cough, bron"I have a world of confidence in t rucks, und will then offerwill accept row. serious grown persons. Prevents Muster J. 0. Pheliw U very sick, Will renidi your individual case if Cough Remedy for 1 property ns a whole, ami affections the results from a cold. Tnko only tho on have any form of kidney nnd chitis nnd lungs it is of every throat Chnniherlain's Mesvrs. Durward Singleton uud Ed ready liave used it with perfect success," the bid which realizes the an chest and Foley's Honey and Tar Cora j genuine 00-- 3 Nolau, of Danville,, spent a few day. bladder trouble of urinary irregu- and valuable remedy. Shugars nnd whites Mrs. M. I. Bashford, Poles-vill- 'This, Auprust 29th, 1911. substitutes-- . Shu-tru.ouud, and refuse 1L It. SAUFLEY. Special t'om'r, last weetc wttu me nomeioiKS. larities. Try thera. SUturars and Tanner. Md.; For sale by all cImWti. and Tanner. Je-si- it. ! A tclcphono message to the Interior Journal just before it went to press Thursday nftcrnoon was that the condition of Judge Lewis L Walker who is ill nt his homo in Lancaster of typhoid fever, is touch improved. The physicinns have succeeded in stopping the hemorrhages which ho suffered on Wednesday nud which caused his relatives roach uneasiness, nnd he is resting considerably ensier. Dr. Wiley, a specialist of Lexington, has been in attendance and v tcs out encouraging reports. J. J. torate at Stanford Dickey Returned to PasBy Metho- er ice-mu- st -- mc-in- s s, ps . i. few-da- 1 11 1 1 1 cd o one-hal- vis-ite- g. 'sin-clet- Indian-npolisvIu- -- to-w- eon-tiuu- ng-iin- StI 1- -2 Dud-dera- lO-yt- ?. dele-rate- s res-ills- most-mone- rs e, r - J THK INTFWinw milWMAL. STANFORD. KENTUCKY. FRIDAY. SEPTEMBER 22. 1911 -- - Fall Here is " fr -- I TiiEliviERioR Established Journal. 187V TRUTHFUL ADVERTISING THE IASIS OF SUCCESS. SlBce HELTON M. SAUFLEY,... Publisher .. - II A YEAR STRICTLY IN ADVANCE And We Have Everything to Entered at the postofflco as second claw mall. For For For For at titan-for- d Keep You warm and dry Our clothing & shoe stock . Democratic Ticket. Uovcrnor James U. .McCrcary. l.tetiL governor E. J. MrDcmctt Treasurer Thos. S. Ilhca. Secretary of State 0. K. Crcce- IIUS, Bo-wor- th is' now com- v For Attorney General James OarnctL M. For Auditor-- II. for State Superintendent ot Schools Bnrksdalo Hamlett. For Commissioner Agriculture J. W. For Clerk Court of Appeals fc'or Nowman. plete. Call and ask It. V.. F. to see something in our new Fall Line r For Circuit Judge Charles A. Hardin. V. II. Shrinks Fo Ucprescntnthc Ilnbronid KInlr. Commissioner The statement that Simon Bolivcr Buckncr is strong for i THE WrCrenry nnd the whole btnte ticket was good news to Democrats everywhere. Kentucky has never hail u better Governor or more honorable man, nnd it is gratifying to see him bhowing renewed interest in the success of his party, while it is not probable that Governor Buckncr will be able to inako any speeches he will give other evidence of his interest nnd his commendation will win thousands of votes for the ticket. It is gratifying to see these old I8c Fryers 12 Eaqs lenders in the ranks once more. All 10c Hams 18c of them realize that Democratic pno Hens 14c Highest prices for butter. Irish Po- cess in Kentucky this year will ndd Side Meat. L. L. SANDERS, tatoes, Sweet Potatoes and Onions materially in tho election of n demoThe Price Maker cratic president next year. These successions prove that tho Republican statements that the Democracy of Kentucky is divided into faction are without a basis of truth. While the party lias been through a very ktrcnuous period, Democrats every where, have accepted the result and instend of flying nt each others throats, are united in the list of Demoerntis states. SAM ROBINSON Stanford, Ky. Gel My Prices On Produce Wednesday, Sent., 27. inn. at 0 OVIack, A. M., TonJo is Jteaedj and sell the following property: o Understood, farm and brood mare", half of them COLUMBUS, OHIO. The ac 'J to 4 draft; J Clydesdale show tlve Ingredients entering tho most mare, has had 7 eoltn selling for ovpopular household remedy in the er .f 1,700; 1 stallion by Montgomery world have been made known to Chief, registered; i! yearling geldings 2." good yearling mules, 'JO weanling the public. This means a new era in the advertising of popular fam mules, half of which arc sugar colts 1 pair lly medicines Peruna leads. mnre mules; 7 jneks, 1 to 8 years old bred good Peruna contains among other by such sires an King John; 10 jenthings, golden seal, powerful in Its nets with colts by side; 210 ewes, effect upon tho mucous meme Shrophires, none over branes. Cedron seed, a rare 3 years old, good as tho best; tl medicine and unsurpassed tonic. good bucks; 1 hay baler, Eli make, Cubebs, valuable In nasal catarrh 1 Kemp manure sprenilcr. gvod as and affections of the kidneys and new; one II horse power gasoline bladder. Stone root, valuable for engine, jut used n little; 1 power tho nerves, mucous membranes feed cutter, 1 feed mill, 1 double as well as In dropsy and Duel plow. Sale rain disc Sander or shine. Free lunch. Write fur catalogue of iark stock. GOVERNOR'S PROCLAMATION TKItMS: S months nt 0 per cent interest, 1 per cent off for cash. Special Election For Circuit Judqc G 11. KUIU-K- , For the Thirteenth Circuit Court Buenn Vista, Ky. District. Kicholasville Exchange, Phone 92-Fast Tennessee. Telephone, Ilollhcr, Sept. JSth Frankfort, Auctioneers, By the authority in me by Pond nnd A. T M'tftion lo'l'J of the Mutates of Kentucky, 1 hereby proclaim I lint n election will be held in the thirWITH A teenth circuit court district of Kentucky, composed of the eouritie of Mercer, Boyle Onrranl and Lincoln, on Tuesday Nov 7, llll, for the purpose of electing a circuit judge for tuid district to fill the vacancy cnus ed by tho death of Judge M. C. Satif-le- y. -3-high-grad- tke LsgredienU Xnterisff Peraa Are Xbowb, IU Power m a Catarrh offer at Vita, Garrard I will PU1LIC SALE! tny place at Bucna on I is 0 0 a fir t FURNISHINGS MEN'S -- - a o a o We are showing, we think, as complete a line of Ml Men's Furnishings 0 0 I., CAPITAL and SURPLUS OVER 2c Ben L. Bruner, Acting Governor. By the acting Governor Hen I.. Bruner Secretary of State, by as- sistant State. and Acting Secretary of 7j-2 $200,000.00 With n directorate of men bust-nes- PUBLIC will SALE! s L.L. SANDERS Crab Orchard Kentucky. Soccess M PEORIA- -A We sold last year several New Peoria Grain Drills to be thoroughly tested in every way. The new Disc Furrow Opener followed by a shoe enables you to deposit grain in the furrow at a uniform depth. The drills have proven a success and we recommend them. Call and get circulars and become posted. W, H. Higgins. Stanford, Ky. A man or woman la each locality. To Join the Supreme Council of this iod.tr WANTED Benefit Certificate, 60 t. DON'T BE TOO dENEROUS. vrlth the cement, time, etc., you get from us. Remember taat all our build log materials are mucn stronger than the ordinary and you can therefore B A pleasant and highly profitable profee-loErery member secoiwd mean certain assured lnoame" for you erery month thereafter. Why not set Into bust-nfor youraeU MOW! No capital needed. Bend 3. acquaintance. Mast year, ot are. CJhrt be between II and all or only (pare time. We pay cash benefit, for sickness. Injuria, accident and death. Experience net neoeaamrr. Can a month and up. make from CO Ot to among-- friend, and n. e. and Introduce our for partteuW. BOX LA-29COVINGTON. KY. HENRY L. CASEY. D. V. S. you like we'll tell you just how to mix them to get the best results at (He least cost. Come in and ask us. use less than ordinary quantities. It Veterinarian. Former Director Animal Industry Philippine Islands. United Stutes Army Office LOGAN'S STABLE, Phon DANVILLE. KY. 432, J. A ALLEN, Stanftrt, Ky. We Hens Roosters Ducks Turkeys Hides Hew feathers Are I6-- I7c Agent American llog unolera Serum. additional temperance legislation en- ncted by the nest legislature will LINCOLN COUNTY vote for Judge O'Uenr for governor. Willson was elected under a promise NATIONAL BANK. of extending the county unit bill nnd he couldn't do it ana a democratic corner next to Court llou--FARM FOR SALEI legislature did not feel bound to fulWe will cell privately a farm ot fill any republican platform promiStanford, Kentucky. Lmco n county. ses and it will be the same way if about 130 acres In from Crab Orchf Ky., mllo O'Jlenr is elected. ard, nicely located, mostl-- , bottom land, very productive. Kvcry acre stock Speaker Champ Clark nnd Sena- tillable, an abundance of to cornwater and and especially adapted tor McCieary were given enthusi- grass. Good tenant house ot three greetings at the former's old rooms on farm. Terms reasonable We are In poiltlnn to do oil kloitt ot eon astic erellng, .acta at lllock Work. I'aTemenli home in Lawrcnceburg Wednesday. Apply at onco to. and. lu fncl.wpcan mknny tlilnn from, bona down to trnvt Oit. It. II. Uronaugh, agent. Fully ten thousand people were pres4tf you promptly nud unrnntcWe run .errt nr.t.claii ent, nnd ilnother big crowd heard work and material Unll nnd net our prlcei before yoa buy your mnterlnl at lea.t. them ut Harrodsbarg that night. KIND CUSTOMERS. On October 1st, 1011 we arc going Stanford, Kentucky lfcpublieun Tho insurgent to offer you something you never at Washington is prediting had a chance to get in Wnynesburg Tnft's defeat if he is nominated for before. We nre going to offer you goods Figures were our entire line of President in 1912. made public lust week iriving the on a strictly cash basis. Come right Democrats 328 and republicans 203 along you will get cash for your pio-dujust the same. When Jou get electoral votes in the event Tatt used to this change you will be pleas-d- e heads the Republican ticket. for no one can deal on a credit basis and be snfe. lly p.ijing cah V rv v V x Diqestion and Assimilation. for goods it enables us to buy closer It is not tho quantity of food trk-e- n therefore you will get more for your but the amount digested and as- dollar, than the old way. similated that gives strength and viRemember it will bo wise to come tality to the system. CliamberlnAi's nnd pay your old account under the stomnch and liver tablets invigimate present management. It will bo to the stomach and liver and cnnblu pay, nnd now is the time for a setRespectfully, them to perform their fuucrkms tlement. A. B. Morgan, BETSY'S P0INTERS- :nuturallv. For sale by all dealers. 73-f- p "My experience is that the best woman's elub n mother takes nn interest in is the one she rolls over The heart is a wonderful double pump, through (lie the dough, nnd every member of tho aotion o( which the blood stream is kept sweeping family seems to think so too. Those round and round through the body at the rate of seven miles an hour. " Kcmember thii, that our bodies who aro interested in groceries k without tfood, will not stand the strain of should remember that the best in the pure blood anymore than the engine can run smoothcity is to be had at Coffey & Colely without oil." After many ) ears of study in the active practice of medicine, Dr. It. V. Pierce found man's Phono Lid. Prompt Deliver! . of order, the blood that when the stomach was out 1-o one-hal- No man who really wants to see Having decided to quit fnrniin? I offer for sale to the highest and best bidder on Saturday, Oct. 7th 1911, The following property consisting of 60 acres of land with good cottage with 4 rooms and two porches and good barn nnd other outbuildings, and ulsojaiming implements consist-in- ? of plows one buggy one good spring wngon and other farming tools too numerous to mention. This farm h located 1 4 miles from Highland. Terms, one half down and balance in one and two years with lien retained on land for balance purchase money. JAS. A. KING. 73-t- f. that represents every interest of Lincoln county; with nn etllcient nnd competent ofllce force, we solicit your buine.. whether large or small, which will have prompt attention cither at tho counter or by mail. beautifuf patterns, and the "Monarch" Shirt in full dress 0 0 and white plaited at $1.50. 0 Our neckwear cases are full 0 0 0 always of newest and neatest 0 f O styles. Men's socks in laven- 0 0 0 der, Blue, Tan Red and Black 0 at 25c and 50cts. Silk socks 0 0 0 in Tan and Black at 50c and 0 0 0 0 $1. Suspenders, garters, col- 0 0 0 0 lar and cuff buttons, stick 0 0 0 0 pins in great variety. 0 0 -- a as it is possible to show. We o show you the "FOUNTAIN SHIRT" in negligee andl white plait6d at $land $1.50 in very 0 0 0 0 0 0 ? .V 0 0 0 0 0 H. J. McRoberts. Stanford, Kentucky. 0,0 0 0 0 0 0 0000Q 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 - 0 0 0 0 0 CONCRETING 000000 PHILLIPS BROS., bead-qunrte- rs te Bring Your Prescriptions Here To Be Compounded When T rJ your physician has pre scribed n medicine for you to take, the next Important step is to have that prescription placed in the hands of a thoroughly reliable and competent pharmacist so It will bo compounded exactly as directed. We have gained nn enviable reputation for always being very careful and painstaking In our compounding and feci that, in nil justice to your own good health, you should bring your next prescrip tion here. Here, too, you will find a coropleto nnd inviting display of toilet articles, rubber goods, soaps, perfumes, toilet preparations and all standard remedies. For interior decorating wc carry and recommend ALABAST1NE, the beautiful wall coatinf. Call and sec samples of tints and ask us about it. PENNY'S DRUQ 8TORE. The Human Heart cner-wor- Stanford, Kentucky impujre and there were symptoms of general breakdown, a tonio made of the glyceric extract of certain Paying today for Em J. C. McClary it's w roots was the best corrective. This bo called Phone 196. COFFEY & COLEMAN, Prompt Delivery. FLY NF-T- Dr. Pierce's Golden Medical Discovery helps the stomach to Ilcing made without alcohol, this assimilate the food, thereby curing dyspepsia. It is especially adapted to diseases attended with excessive tissue waste, notably in convalescence from various people and those who are always " catching coid." fevers, for Dr. Pierce's Common Sense Medical Adviser is sent on receipt of 31 book of 1008 pages. Address Dr. stamps for tho French It. V. I'ierce, No. 663 Main Street, Iluffalo, N. Y. d one-ce- nt cloth-bound 5 "Medical Discocry " SUfJ 5riDE:5 44 88 30 10 8 2c 9c lie ?o 7c 40c AND EMBALMER STANFORD. - ICY Home Thoue ' Office 'Phone 167. UNDERTAKER ! H. B. NorthcotL T. K. Tudor. Mgr. PHONE 153. FIRST NATIONAL BANK, STANFORD, KENTUCKY FALL AND WINTER STYLES. J.L.Beazley&Co AND UNDERTAKERS DEALALSO MATER IN FURNITURE, TINGS, RUGS. THEY WILL FURNITURE EXCHANGE FOR ALL KINDS OF STOCK. GIVE THEM A CALL. PRICE RIGHT. p.i .L.i, Ul.ii i My new fall nnd winter samples aro now ready tor your Inspection. They comprise the best on the market can suit anyone as to price who had bis clothes mad0 tc order. A suit made to your ineasu.e is preferable to ready niado cl6thea. To have them made to measure doesn't cost any more than ready made when quality ana lit u consiaerou. ipraj in ana , let me take your measure. H. C. RUPLEY, The I'raqtleal Tailor PROGRESSIVE STRONG ACCOMMODATING And Seeking Your Bank Account. CAPITAL $50,000. TO-DA, pii i. if 'f FOR SUMMER DRIVING .in LADIES SHOES! WE are now showing a complete line of , Open an Account With us Y. SURPLUS $25,000 ! the couifoit of both horses and drivers should bo specially considered by securing a proper outfit of lap robes, blankets, fly nets and othor necessaries from our complete assortment of Hero are light, but horse goods. strong and durablo, single ami double harness, admirably suited to road purposes, along with a lull line ot work harness of the best quality at flat prices. Rtnnfwd, Kv. J p McCLARY, Selby Shoes For Fall and Winter. The styles are very attractive the qualities unsurpassed and they are, made over m comrort giving lasts. MM : n - r m e E V ( iii l ip 1. ll II II 1, lani.. up. S, tli . p p.ii I Hi VI. nlMi' .Ii , Until I a Wi it, "ir'IffinflWHHWIHHIillWIIBBBlllif ,,ia;,.,. ili1! -'- W. E. Perkins, iii CRN0TRuCcHKAyRD' : ,11 HHmIi ilt'.hit .iriV.,, .tll I.PI'.. J, A,,!,)! '' "T s '81 "i -- Ji -- - -- - THE INTERIOR JOURNAL. SOCIAL STANFORD, KENTUCKY. FRIDAY. SEPTEMBER'22. 1911 and PERSONAL Mr. nnd Mr. Snm Spooimmorr, of Danville, have been vWUiir the liomcfollM. " MiM Kllznhctli Wiiltfiu, of AlVno llle, is vfaitinR Ml IJorln Jcnn l'enny. Mm. Win. Hook left Tiiemliiy for Knoxvllle, Tcnit., to he the KiU'ftl of her tlnnRlitcr, Mr. II. JI. Thompson MiMeri Aila nnd Nilro ('nrnoti re turned Tlinrmlny from a visit to friends In Louisville. Mr. Kinlmrd Ilihli, of Xmthville, Tenn., U hero with f ninth nnd relatives for n short visit. Snm (J. Lnckey. of Hnrrndslmn: wns hero Wciluesdny n hort time with friends. Mr. nml Mrs. .1. W. Williams, left Wednesday, nipht for n visit to Mr. , l Willlnms' fortnur home. ('until--n-ood- Va. A if J Mr. nnd Mrs. J, T. Misses Itctllc nnd 1'ollv llevnirfd, Walter Sioonnmore, I?. A. Cook nnd Koliert Iticnt sj)ent steml iluvs with friends near .Nit. Vernon. W. T. llrooks one of the iut pop-ulnnd fliilidtniitiiil rilmi'ii of lipid f th I. '., hciid, nnd n auliwnlier viit fdr 1!L years, wns here for Turrtdny Mhs KliMihelh IVbvvIiimw. of lluatoitville. left TuesdiiV for to attend the Suite N'ormnl School. Mrs. John II. Shanks nnd Mrs. W. C. Shanks went to Kew Cnntie thh week to make n wit to Mrs. Kirbv Hourne. Mr. nnd Mrs. T. I). Kmtlinli. of Danxille. nnnounee the enene:nent of their daughter, Mim Faunio Morton Knclish to Mr. Jnmes KnU'.vnn. The wilding to occur in Oetoher Miss lllaek (livens, of Hutonville vn net of Mr. Hoxle Heid nnd in Danville this week. , family Mr. flenrge rnnenter is verv ill nt his home in the country with a complication of henrt trouble and other nilmcnls. unhiu Miss Dellc Hoot and Mi Alcorn went to Danville tin- - week to resume their portions in the srhonl for the deaf. Mr. and Mrs. It. H. Melloberls. of Terlume. Indiana were the encsts of friends and relatives here this week. Mr. Melloberls was raised in this county but has lived nway 33 venrs lie went from here to Lowell to vi.it before rMnrning hnuie Ids Editor Oreen Oluv Walker, of I.an here in hi nutomnbile enster w Wednesdnv en route to Dnnvilln to meet Dr. W. I'. Ilobert. n socialist of I.oxiueton who enme to treat his brother. .Indite Lewis I Walker Pol. John llobinson, one of the proprietors of Crnh Orrhnrd pring pniM'd throucli Stanford to Danville this week where he told bis 'aifhtcr. Mr. Iloberl C. Snufley poodb'yo before sho nnd her son returned to lier home ui Parker. rir. Col Hobinson boj-- that tbo past sen con bus Imtii n splendid one nt Crnli (irehnrd Spnnss nnd that it is the "intention of the new owners to spend more money on ftn titer improvement ltieh-inonsi-t- er b HnIh . HAPPY OLD AGE May be promoted by those who cleanse the system, now and 5cnt!y when in need of a laxative remedy, by taking a desetlspoonfu! of the ever refreshing, wholesome and ttuly beneficial Syrup of Figs and Elixir of Senna, which is the only family laxative generally approved by the most eminent physicians, because it acts in a natural, strengthening way and warms and tones up the internal organs without weakening them. It is equally bcnc.fi-ficifor the very young and the middle aged, as it is'always efficient and free from all harmful ingredients. To get its beneficial effects it is always necessary to buy the genuine, bearing the name of the Company California Fig Syrup Co. plainly al "HEATrHYT: of Prof. K. 0. Exccll of Chicago, tho famous choir leader nnd musicnl author hn will be moisted by Mr. A. W. Iloiier ns pianist. Those two had charge of tho music nt the World's Sundny School Convention in Washlottls CO tents. ington lnt year nnd nt the Internatfrit Itiffe, of Hutonvillc, is the ional Sundny School Convention in latest deolee of motoring to join San Francisco lust June. There arc the crew in Lincoln county He has none better in the world, nnd Ken-luc- FURNITURE is to bo congratulated upon just bought n nmc 0erlnnd from getting such musical ntti action for U'ccil of Danville. MATTINGS. V its convention. for Snle. My house nnd lot on RUGS, OIL CLOTH, JUNCTION CITY. Whitley iivi'iinc near Miller ntivct NO ALUM, NO LIME PHOSPHATE lIoiiM) contains fivo rooms and sum Mrs. Hundley o Louisville, is vis Llneolcums, WALL mer kitchen; running wnter, and iting her daughter, Mrs. Sarah tin-tis A good cistern on the pl.iec Wright. W. II. Mi Kinney xpent For Sale My homo on lower lot is 445 ieet long by 70 feet and several Mr. John M. Keniic hns returned PAPER. PICTURES days in the mountains turn week. i0H,.Mjon Mllin Htrce( nt once. 'wis a stable nnd nil necessary out- from a business trip to Chnttanoogn. Miss Kntw Payno is the guest of building. A bargnin K. Wilkin-coMr. F. Mitchell Shank, of this WINDOW SHADES, , ,m j, ck 75-city, goes on the road Thursday in Stanford. AIis ito.ty JenmngK this weel:. the interest of the Victor Safe & LACE CURTAINS, .Mr. William Murphy was visiting W. 6. Flth preenti only tna nen Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Oriffin, of H. Lock Co., of Cincinnati. relntives in Uoulund Tue-daand strongest insurance companies. F. I). Ko. 1!, Wiiyiiohburg. have nam-e- d Miss Louise Kontn, of Lexington, Miss Kffle I.uiisford has return20MF0RTS, BLAN if their young son Juines L Hhss is u guet of .Mrs. G. S. Cosby. ed to bur hnino after n visit to Let him keep yu protected. Nir. olin Hill ' 'ii i.v. of Shelhin nnme Griffin, the Bliss in Mrs. Will IVrkiim. TS, TRUNKS ETC by City, have moved into one of Mr. We hni n Inner for n farm ot being in complimcn't to Alonn 0. .Indite ,). W. Alcorn nnd Miss Pat- of Washington, I). C, prci-diii- t Thomas fosby'n houses in this plnce tie Alcorn went up to Williamsburg nbout 100 acres well improved nnd It'pr'" Mrs. F.lizuhcth Vernon, of Chicaof the Hliss Kntive Herb- - fom-pniion pike. If you h.ivo anything near to alti'iiil con tt on Wednesday. Mr. Uli-- s has houI ti the In- go, III., was n guest on Sundny of this, ht it with us. Hughes & tiuiiin Carpenter has been unite terior Jo'inial to bo delivered to Mr. Mrs. Nnncy Atkins. fi'Jtf Stanford. ill of mahirial fever ut Crab Oreh-nn- l. Mr. nml Mrs. J. F. Uoutoii spent and .Mr. Oriffin u luii.dnoinu child's cup in recognition of the compliment Sunday, with Mr. nnd Mrs. George Phone No. 168 for fire insurance Iluruside Huffman is reported as The Iilis-- Native Herbs ore md to Tucker in Htistonville. New-lan- d Mr. nnd Mrs. E. J. Tnniier of quite ill of innhiriiil fovnr ut Crab on voiir lobacco in barn. R. M. huvu u large sale in this eclion. Aqent. motored up nml visited the Orchard. ltrim? the children and see the hitter's mother, Mrs. Elizabeth Ow.Mr. Woods WnlkiT. of Paint Lick Low ( oloni'it rates to destinations s and ehildreirs hats on dis- ens ,nn Sunday. anil .Mrs. Horace HuriiUoii, of Mrs. Mnrin Knight, of Pleasure-vill- e. .wore guehls of .Mr. nnd Mrs. in the wc-- t imrthwcht ami Miuthucst play Satiiiday, the 'S.h nt the Mioses 'Tickcls on Straub's. ".i-- lt is visiting her daughter, Mrs. vin Southern rnilwny. .1. f. llays this week. sale ilnilv September 15tb to October i;. IL Gnlhrcnth. Mimh Auniu Drmnfiold, of I.ouis-ill')th, 31)11 inclusive. Mr. Mel vin Campbell, of Ilnntnm, We cordially invite you to ntlcnd is the guost of her cousin, Mrs. For further information, ns nn our millinery opening Saturday, Sept 0., is visiting his grandmother. Mrs. J. W. Ireland. agent, A. K. Cook, 1PA Louisville, Surah K. Itcddick. 74'2 Mr. and Mrs. Fred Von Allman K. II fitrntton. I)AI Kvnnville. Ind. ''.. Noel Sisters, Danville. Mr. and Mrs. Orville Buck are reand children have been guests of j, o. Ilcntii, Jr., AOPA, St. Louis. joicing over the coming of a 'ittlo Books for your stnte nnd county Inn brother in l.ouinvillu for Mo. hoy to their home in this city. Hugh Maxes nre now ready. Please cnll McChord, of Shelby Ciiy, nl dtis. hns gone und settle. W. L. McCarty, sherilT. to Dallas, liixns, where he expects Mr. nnd Mrs. W. I). Mnlum, of We will hnve our fnnnnl millinery opera house to go to work for the M. K. & T.. Motion iiictuics nt the Danville, were hero this week for u opening Saturday, Sept. 12.1 and county Friday nnd Saturday night. railway. 'Mr. A. J. Farlnnd, oC short iiit. invite our Lincoln Somerset, wns n recent visitor to Mrs. J. II. Jones and children have friends. Miss Knsthuiii, Krichhnum Lvcrybody is buying scats for the his dnusliter. Mrs. II. C. Cutron. 742 returned from Middleburg, where she building, Danville. enteitninmcnts. Club's Lyceum The residence which Mr. O. Puck been visitiui; for the pa- -t forthas I'iinitip Clark is the first attraction, and fnmily occupy and which berimless nose class-e- s Lost, a pair of night. high-clnthen comes four other longs to Mr. S. S. Martin, is being in opera house. Hewurd to findKev. W. S. Orinstead, of London, painted. "Billy" McGrnw lenves was here this week, on n vixit to his er. Lizzie Dawson. -daughter.-- , Mesdiimcs, J. It. Hurri, The Interior Journal nnd the Week- - j Friday for Danville, where he hns For Shic. First cluss ladies' litiir ly Cincinnati Knnulrer one year for gotten n job ns brakeman on the Q. J. W. Hrwin and Jcuse Walters. L. K. Wharton, of Milchellsburir, KV horse; guaranteed for Indies. 11.30. The weekly Enquirer ts n spien & C, rnilroad While other crops in this county l. miis here last week on a visit to his Joliii Cook. did fnrra and fnmily paper. hnve for the most part been poor, aunt, Mrs. W. C. (Iriiintcnd, who gourds hns Nice family mnre mid stnnhopc for s btill confined to her bed with her In renewing for his I. J., for an- yet u better crop of fractured ankle. sale at bargains. Apply at this of- other yenr Cicero Lay, of Stroud never been raised. Mr. Henry Hnnk-l7:i-twho is the principnl producer of Mrs. Elizabeth Carter hns return- fice Okln.. writes as follows: "We can't uned to her home after a pleat-an- t the I. J., these nrticles in this community, re hardly get along without power gnso-lin- o It is 'just like getting p letter from ports thnt smnll. round gourds used For Sale. it with Mrs. Curtis (lover at Crab engine; used less than a year home. Our crops look fine. We did for darning purposes, did quite well, Orchard. Misses Annie Jenmie nnd Evcln and for sale only because too light. not raise any corn on nccouut of but the long bundled drinking- vaI'liilerwood of Springfield, Mo.. Inn tor work required; n. bargain. Ap the hot winds We are going to riety were cut short by lack of mois71-- tf Koherts of Hubble, Mrs. J. S. King ply nt this office. raie some cotton, nftcr nil; it looks ture. Vi". C. Surlier, niece. Mrs. of Crab Orchard, were with Mr. and nnd cotton in seed fine at pre-en- t, Hcnlv itnstin of Lancaster is if worth $3.50 a pound und in lint Miss Willie Benton Logsdcn, went Mrs. Taylor Kobcrto Tuoedny. shopThe Duke nnd Duchess de Clinnl-lie- s, about to put a $15,000 ice plant, Sll.'Jo. Hay tfs pretty fair and to Danville Wednesday on a of Pniis France, are tanking n Mimethm badly needed and which worth flO n ton; corn chop l.!5 n ping expedition. Mr. C. S. Lyons went to Crab to Kentucky and spent oughtto pay well in the capital of hundred pounds; eggs 1!0 cents a ftlioit Wednesday, where he bus several days at the Seelbneh in Loiiih (iurrnnl. dozen: butter 'JO cents n pound I Orchard interests. Mr. Bnstin is one of tho most pro guess we hnve the best pastures in limber ville this week. Mrs. Win. Tate, !itr A horse belonging to Mr. mother and Mr. Claiciice Tnte. hor gressive voting men of (In mini and Oklahoma that can be found any"neenmo frightened at somebrother and his family drovdo!i his ninny Lincoln friends wish him where. With regards to all my old thing while hitched in front of the to Louisville ill Mr .Tate's ear Mon-d- a success in his venture. friends, 1 am etc." lesidence of the late Cnpt. Grubbs, and spent several days with The pastor, Hcv. J. I. Jones will 'hem. Wanted, to work for a good man in Shelby City, ran away nnd tore Her ho- -t of local friends wii". Tie preach nt the Baptist church Sun-d- u by the year or laud to cultivate on the buggy to splinters. morning nnd evening. Services shares. Morchuiil. Ky., Will Simpson. Dr. W. A. Brown of Pnrksville, ntcrcxted to know that Mrs. Tims. K. shanks, who was operated imon 10:15 and 7:30 P. M., Sunday school Mr. Simpson is honest, sober nnd in- visited his daughter, Mrs. J. Henry t, Dr. Brown nt 0:30 A. M. fur mastoids at Johns Hopkins dustrious. I will be glad to givejmy Hnnkla, on Wednesday. well as usuHaltimore, Mil., is improv-n- g turiher recommendation, if desired. appears to be about as . . &i l!w lus Mtion i. al. nicely and will soon be ib!o but J nllwr iImhxi. . loi.rllHt. '"1otiuiUI rminlr J 11. Ikiii'.'hman. tkc tut 75tf . r )ftn to return to her home in Columbus. nny ih S Mi(lRJM.l IV lc H.rurBi. dlwt IM.I End pmaounrf.1 tt loral f5n., Mrs. Shanks hud suffered from prrTHnl Svsl trniram. uul lr rwiiiimiir uuim Governor MeCreary refuses to be Plans nre being made to have the ta min a illt kirftl treatment. Drnnounml It tnrurabl. y put on the defensive. He is making cuntltutiorl nil affection of an enr for some Srtnm h rrotrn fourth to l Ifdh Annual Convention of the KMvtltutkKiAl id ILrrrforr time nnd her phMinns said that till k dUtrrrj oir.liulm luna ur trralrafnt. Sundny School Association the nn aggressive fight, and is carrying t.ncrj prevent sen i Vo . Tili. 01.10. Kmnuitf OimiiiutlonalJ. rur oo largest and grcutest ever held in the the war rn;lit into the henrt ot the ttia only nil operntion could Iwa 10 :. hUMtulir l mttl.t It ta tflrrclly wt th blol stnte. Inqnuntal. It Jf9- - l oils trouble with the member. The music will be in chnrce cnemv's camp. "IIit m en ot the )"" ml rnur ' ""T ntlrr II IfU M cure. bM r.imUrf.1 ili...tr lr anr ot fcr ail llli.Uli. CO Telfilo. Ohio, SHORT LOCALS. J CIIRVKT BAKING POWDER Absolutely Purm The only Baking Powder made from Royal C rape Cream otTartar ROYAL Ilronthe llyomet nnd relieve cnlar-i- h Krenthu it in n few minutes. reitulnrly and banish cntnrrh entirely 0. L. Penny Ruarnntees it. (Jul-l- it including inhnlcr $1. Separate W. A. TRIBBLE CAR-DET- S. i1 ' s .si llli n. y. 3-- 1 . nii, " " svirgr jft "j jg.rawH lift Mc-I'nr- Stanford, Ky. , ev l.an-vuitu- r, mi-e- -- -- c, "Nuff Sed" IMVi' cor-dinl- ly ss -t n. f. We Are Showing A Full Line Of Queen Quality Shoes In Fall Styles. -it Kii-Kin- Uni-crsi- Th-T- C. tiu-m- Kci-tuek- ti (Liquitl) Foley's Kidney Remedy Diarrhoea is always more or less prevalent during September. Be for it. Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera nnd Dinrrhoca lCemedy is dlseouraced When We're setting the best meal in prompt nnd effectual. It can always through a person has becom find a cure, years of failure ta town for '25 cents; everything new be depended upon nnd is pleasant to nnd finally, perhaps, gives up trying. It la small wonder that he becomes skepand clean. Come to see ns. C. I., lake. For snle by all dealers tical. And yet. to all who have con(lover, nt Hurt oil's old stand. stipation. w would say, "Try Just one thine more." Harry Cumnit. of Ilustomille, We with you would try Dr. Caldwell's The 29th of September is tho Inst has been bought by the St. Loin Syrup Pepsin, a laxative tonlo that' has nnd i,..il team nfrnr miv ' hen used . for & generation. Thousands t'.nv for filing merchants .National League your urely some claims to be allowed bj erul venrs in tho minors and ill Ins , anionic the number. You of buyfriends can It or one ',,n,m tue mlinr uaj, fiiiisliin' n"y drucslst at fifty cents andsend your Fiscnl Court at its October gnme the )ar a b,,,,, but tter still, meeting. GCOP'O 1. Cooper. ( ounty up a gnme 111 the ninth Hilling show- - , name and address to Or. Caldwell for a 72-r- printed on the frontoi every package. hrk send you free sample bottle. He cil up well. Ills lUlill friomls nt rnough , convince you of will merits, and Us homo hopo bo will have the same i then If you like It you can buy It of your Petty of Untonvllle. Mr. success that his older "romer, irnw. Mo"Mr- - Qeor J, J. Zimmerman of Har- v. r.td, is having ns ono of tho Star rlsburr. P. and many others of both " Prt ot tn c""trr first pitchers of the Pittsburg team. For Sale My homo mi street. II. C. ilntigliinnn. Alnin CSlf pre-imrdol-lir- st f There ore several eases of in McKinney. dip-Iberi- a S11M tj, DrutaltU. 73c Ta. 1IH' yvitlr rni tat roasUmUan. AddrfM r FREE SAMPLE OF LAXATIVE CURED THEIR CONSTIPATION a samplo bottle and now have It regularly In the house. You will learn to do away with salts, waters and cathartics for these are but temporary reliefs while Dr. Caldwell's Syrup Pepsin Is guaranteed to cure permanently. It will train your stomach and bowel muscles so that they win do their work again naturally without outside aid. Cast asldo your skepticism and try Syrup Pepsin. Dr. Caldwell does not feel that the purchase of his remedy ends his obligation. He has specialised In stomach. liver and bowel diseases for over forty years and will be pleased to glvo the reader any advice on the subject free ot charire. All are welcome to write him. Whether for the medical advice or the free sample address him Dr. W. II. Caldwell, HI Caldwell building-Montlcello. 111. used Cummins & Wearen, Stanford, Kentucky. : SHOES We have just received our . I " ( & Formal Opening of " FALL LINE, ents, Vicis, Gun Metal, Velvets, Cravenettes. Suedes, Etc. This is the famous May Mantell line which is noted for quality, style and snap in ladies footwear. We invite you to inspect and compare this line of goods before purchasing-. New Millinery Store The Dry Fall Outing To Oi Ladies' Shoes in nat- - Saturday Sept. 23, We will formally open the newest, nicest nd millinery store in this section of most complete line of the latest and the state, a best milinery 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 Mammoth Cave, $4.35 For the Home Circle and Private Parties. Round Trip from Stanford and all Way Stations Regular train 4:40 A. M., m SEpT gj sev- SAUNDERS, DANVILLE, KENTUCKY 223 Main Street. ALL EXPENSES AT HOTEL 0NL Y $5.50. This Includes your board and admission to the eral routes In the Cave. 0ns evcnlnq for a promenade or dance. Write or Phone L. & N., Ticket Aiicnt. A GRAND TWO DAYS' OUTING. HUGHES, MARTIN & CO. Dry Goods, Notions, Shoes Stanford, Ky. 4. 1 ,' FRIDAY. THE INTERIOR JOURNAL, l.nti' nnd Asa II. Jewell, of Lexington, left Thursday nighl tor Goldsboro. North Carolina, where they will look over the field Jvttriiy. lied yearling licifcr. II. C75-2with a view to establishing C. Arnold Stanford, Ky. for n retail mule market Hnw ran tliil babv ROW my place big lilnrk Strayed, from tins winter, lliey propose to operstrong if the nursing mother sow weighing t roni 200 to 230 pounds ate through the Caiolinas, and in Any infonnntion lending to her it pale and delicate?. tend to do most of their baying in will bo rewarded. A. T. Central Kentucky. Mr. Lutes is one 712 . Stanford. of the best known young live stock For Sale Old llruec livery bam men ever turned out in this section makes the mother strong on Depot street. Will sell pnlilicly of Kentucky, nml Mr. Jewell's exand well increase imI day October w. terms County Court perience will make the team a hard 74-- .r baby's food. ." msy. J. C. Eubanks. rkhes the one to bent. David Minikin of the Murcellup There were about 100 cattle on the section bought down in Wayne conn-t- j, Chns. Lutes, void last week to market a' Danville Monday hut litsixty-thre- e feeding cuttle that tle, tnidiiu as prices asked for them They J. II. Imiighmau n nice would average 0.")0 pound-'- . . buy horse for were considered much too high. cents. Mr. were bought at 4 lo 4 ( T. llohon & Sou, of Lebanon, Charles Lutes sold this wed: to Kitnkin will feed these cattle. hnvc just shipped to parties iu Moil-tau- n W. Moore & Sons., Lexington butchJ. 1.. l'rctcfsoll to J. M. May in a nice load of Jersey cows nnd ers, a butd d of three 700 tbot 1'arksvillo 'Section at prices ranging from $43 Mr. pound heifers nt three and one half to $03. They bought Inst week at cher cattle at 4 1 cents. Yandell. oL - Lutes bought of I.. P. pound. coots a Snlcin. Ind., 20 extra four to sixSimon Weil, four carlb year-ol- d George 15. Sutton soTd 15.3 to 10 hands inn re boyle. for1,450 pound cattle for loads of to A.-J- . Tbomuson nt 4 Btoers mules ni inucy prices. which he paid 0 4 cents. Phil II. Thompson sold two year T. Y. Shnw sold n bunch of J 73 The heavy rains of the past two pound hogs to T. W. .Touch ti Co., ling maro mules to II. K. Gaines for have caused remarkable u w entiling weeks Yld", to Porter I)e-hJ.G0. lor it made mare mule for $80, to J. II. Iliiugli-ina- crowth in tobacco and J, L. Kennedy sold n three yenr-old of u cow and calf for $33.30, to preen tip, delaying the innturiiu tosaddle mare to Fisher Ilcrrincr J. M. Cress, a cow and cnlf for $38 the ei op. The cutting of the for $104. rapidly One night last week thieves raid- bacco is being pushed as Fred I'raunswoig last week sold ed the cattle pasture of Kdward as possible. W. 1'. Kineaid, the well liiii fnrm near the Somerset pike local buyer, urges the imn t.nown Kobinsoii, of near Orangeburg, get and adjoining the Tucker plaee to county, nnd got away with nine portance of letting the tobacco James lloltzelaw for .fl,100. lie head of aver- ripe befoie cutting and of handling cattle, Mr. had 70 acres df good laud aging about 1,100 pounds n head. it so n to cure it up sweet and Uraunsweig" who is one of the most bright. He snys: "Don't be afraid (substantial German citizen of the Next to stealing a red hot stove, of frost; a little may improve the this is n daring nnd bold achievecounty, lias not yet decided where cutting in the way of wholesale steal- tobacco. It is better than he will locate. He says he does i ment ii green. If your tobacco is late uot intend to leave Kentucky, and ing when you W. J. Broughner, aged 70, one of and the weather is cold j; tire his many friend-- , hope he is not Bracken county's leading farjneis, house it, put enough charcoal August to leave Lincoln county, was badly injured by nn infuriated in voiir barn to make an tho lso two heifers to same for $o0. bull which he was trying to put in a bent and keep it thnt way until J. It. Itoliiiison living near the stable. Mr. Broughner had left the tobacco is )elIowed and well cured home of Speaker Champ Clark, in animal to water, a rope being fastenout." l'ike county, Mo., has u hog weigh-i- ed to a ring in its nose, and when he Mason county is at present boast1,100 pounds. 1 he ho;: is 5 2 led the bull into the stall the animal ing of it freak or phenomenon in the years old, measures P l'ect irom tip attacked hint and knocked him down in the sbape'of a pear tree located to tip and 7 feet 4 inches around brenking a number of his ribs. on Mrs. A. W. West's farm at the the girth. It is s.iid to be the largBy a deed just filed with the forks of the Cabin Creek road bein the world. The hog was valuest Count) Clerk of Scott county Simon tween Maysville and Poplar Flat, ed at .$1,000. Weil trnusfers 80b' acres of land on Lewis county. The tree is iu full John C. Caldwell, this week pur- the waters of orth Elkhorn nnd on bloom nnd at die same time is burchased the farm near Alum Springs the Georgetown and Frankfort pike, dened with large ripening pears. The in JJoylc owned by the heirs of the about seven miles from Georgetown, sight is unusual and those who have Jute James Jinnies Caldwell. The to I V. Harkness, the New York seen this nature freak are unable to "place contains 125 acres and the horseman. The price paid was $10,-00- 0. explnin its occurrence. price was $91.50 per acre. The plaee The Woodford Sun says: An np- bnc been owned by the Caldwell famSales were all the go this week nle tree is in bloom on the Reynolds ily for 123 years. .... James Ilaraes and farmers were kept busy going !. t .1 o. V . oikc. larm on ine .!,. Caldwell was bom there nnd lived from onq to another. Iteports of Newman boughtunion of Schoberth & Wil there until his death at tho age of all hnvcot yet gotten hCl'iit prices lis 100 stock ewes at $3.25 per head. (10 years. to hnve been Ingli oil ev- - ' Ernest Dunlap sold to Schoberth & re The highest piicc that lies over crything offered. At the sale of Willis .10 head of 950 pound butcher been realized by Paris dealers for Sidnev Dunbar near ifubble. cried cents. Schoberth & steers at 4 cleansed Blue Gra-- n beed was paid ')) Col. T. D. English, a North Caro- - Willis have recehed 3G0 stock ewes, last week in Paris when the market hna man bought a pair of fine four- bought recentl) iu Chicago. leached the unheard of lofty figure year-ol- d mule for $577.50; Prices of $:1.10 per buslu'l for fancy cleanBros., got a nice mure for $190; a Before You Reach the Limit ed Kentucky blue (litis-- , sped, in cai pair of mules were. load Jots. One Paris dealer recently bought by filtoril Alexander tor t (hipped a car of seed for which ho $400; Jock Hankin a show of plivsleal endurance and while received more than $!i,000, while an- bor?e by Carroll Preston lor $185;' voiir condition is still curable, take other UisKisid of a ear load at a Missouri party bought a filU colt Folcv Kidney Pills. Their quick aca single buyer in thnt coun lor $180. hogs sold at $0.05; sows tion and positive results will delight ty w su'id to have on hand more than and pigs brought from $20 to $40; von. For Imcknehe. nervousness, $176,000 worth of Blue Grass seed, J. II. Murphy bought 11 yearling rheumatism, and all kidney, bladder which was bought unelenned, at horse colt by Montgomery Chief and urinary trouble. Shugar.s and prices ranging from .til to &1.7ri. Tanner f.ft- - '200. THE FARMERS STANFORD. KENTUCKY. SEPTEMBER 22. HOG CHOLERA 1911 rim 1 1.., J. head-quarte- lm BB t ctnt tw r month fnrrli hoit. rheKlennr" nirwl nml thrpowl hiok 111 the mill' lienl nrn v.. a, !' coinn m in mil ino P" llilI'ltlliiN K"' ' '.'.".''Ji.r.1 T l,.,e their lint. nil un.a nfdvaiiii I'rn.iruuiiiiii n ill ill"! I ni"ii .'v...nn ( 'n h prvi-nts- l for only K ?""": ni"'-- ' '"; '.. :.:;.,: !.,,. liy Lexington TROTS naTliuiotliniilnlrl1irniillle'.iildllK'MIni;mtriiii.. nm"llnyinlAVM your hoa, At imir ilruiilt 'i "f .'nt New Stanford Drug Co.. iunrnntiml liourUm llfmwly Oo IilhRloii, Ky boia liy Xun-nclle- y, Scott's Emulsion Stanford. Kentucky. .. October UHLAN 1:585 3-- 14 four-year-o- ld $l-i0- real estate ono third rah, lalaiee equal payment, benrinjj in& Hf in thieo terest nt nix por eent per annum. A SOLILOQUY O THE DEVIL'S pen will be retnincd on land to : . deferreil payments. Fulilove, Owcnti. m & (ltv J. S. BUTLER, W Owenlon Ni'Wk the Administrator of Thos. Butler, 73-- :t J. II. Chambers Auet - f. 0 Greatest in the World WerM's Champion Tretter Appears Tkrwe Tims. - Tuesday, 52 1. 000 Futurity 3,000 Tonnossoo Stake - Tuesday, Wednesday, 5,000 Futurity 3,000 McDowell Stako Wednesday, 5,000 Transylvania Stako Thursday, se-Hi- re i 1- -2 One niKht nM the devil nat tnusiiiK - FARM FOR SALE OR RENT! car-loa- 1,000-poun3-- 3O-80- O e. on n, Ala-so- two-yer-o- ld -- go-in- In the midst of hi- ror.v hot hV, Will sell privately my farm af And tryinjr I" figure Ihe differenee about 200 acres in Lincoln enmity, iu piilt h.ir. Ky., f milea cast of Stanford on Tween it thief and an .10 baek to .layi of Dix Hivcr. 80 acrid in corn, His memory turned norcs in meadow, balance iu blue his votith ha u four room tenant house And hi eve filled no with hot tears, So he took down bis ledger .mil t ini IB goail barns, ami otiur uuiuouhfs 'cood atone snrins liouse, 8innll orch Every ed to u pace Dated baek about MX thousand ve.ir- ard. Plenty of stock water, tfood as ho tflaneod fencing. I suppose he. said through his book, Sohool house joining this farm. I am diiin the bert thnt I enu, Will sell nil together or In two xep For my business ,sbows a jiraliril in- mate trncts. Terms easy. If not MUSIC BY WEBER. crease uold will rent for cash for 1912. Kver miico the creation of 111.1:1. Will also sell half interest in 80 I've eribbeil a rieh hanest for ix acres of com to bo cribbed on place thousand years. atnlk And should be content with the yi"Ui. nnd IB) acre ot gass nnd Grass hasn't been grazed And :"e my opponent permission fields. this year. fit fTt Mrs. Walter Warren. The Kleaiiinj: I've left on the field. alone, Rrn, Oct. 3 Oct. 3 Oct. 4 Oct. 4 Oct. 5 Groat Froo For All Pace Friday, Oct 6 8,000.Champ. Stallion Stako Mond'y. Oct. 9 3,000 Walnut Hall Cup - Monday, Oct. 9 2,000 Froo For All Trot Tuosday, Oct. 10 - World's Champion from Yearling up, Present Sensational Racing Daily. HALF-FIR- E ON RAILROADS f - i MONUMENTS --i - Ie atliereil a ery iiiversium ni mcrehants nml tanners piinur. ! FOR SALE! -- nj 1-- I've bound politicians in bninlie& until, . My tinkers are eveiyoiie sore. and insurI've doctors, gambler ance Jiien, j'vo murderers, forgers and liars, I've filled up the fnruai-- with the gossip ilr.r:, Till they nave actually pi't out the fires. 1'te railroad conductors and jewelers to spare. Horse traders, and fiddler to spend, llepublieans, Democrats, Tones and WhUs. And a good bunch of newspaper men Hut there is one class I nip happy to Mill to Gilbert's Creek station, nnd post office, which ii one Plenty of fruit, good eistcn, bam and and dwelling and all rond. leading from the Dudderars ' stotu ) mile good outDat-Mi- My home containing 2 acres and 15 poles of land, 4 miles smith of lim-astc- r 4 miles east of Stanford, nt lit., fiirlfw .if (h.. wi lliv Hivni i'- i OUR DUTY to our departed ones U plain. We should erect an appropriate MEMORIAL over their final resting place. A monument is not expensive unless you care to have it so. Our work is unsurpassed and considering quality, is very cheap. We have a large stock to select from. Address Prof. J. buildings. 70-Gilbert' Creek Ky. n, PUBLIC SALE OF FARM AND PERSONALITY. I t Wm, Adams & Son. 142 N. Broadway, Lexington, Ky. i 1 1- -2 J J boi-gh- 0. SALE OF Distilleries I 1. And Farms offer for sale privately the following property: conveniences, including bath and water heating apparatus; all necessary outbuildings m splendid state of repair. The Edgewood distillery has 103 bushels capacity with 20,000 barrel storage capacity, and bottling house all complete, also cribs tor 3,000 barrels of corn. The brands of whisky made by this distillery have a national reputation. 2. The Dudderar's Mill property containing about 50 acre of land and a water and steam grist mill of 50 barrel capacity, which has recently been overhauled and brick dwelling house at the mill. made up to date; also a two-sto3. The John Spoonamore farm of about 120 acres, containing frame dwelling and outbuildings. A TL. Inhn Travlar rlUtihWv nroDertv of 7 acres at Gilbert's Creek station. (The distillery has a capacity of 36 bushels and a storage capacity of 4,000 barrels. acres, witn irame awetung ana quiduuhwii. 5. The John Traylor tarm ot the This property is all on Dix river, in Lincoln county, Kentucky, and all onlead-V- c is on the county road Gohe turnpike except the John Traylor property, which from the Gilbert's Creek station to Dudderar's Mill. For further particulars, address ry My home place of about 260 acres of land, on which is situated the Edge-woo- d distillery, a frame dwelling house of 10 rooms, practically new) with aH modern lo R.F.D. 4. mmi Uj J. lrmir W. H. Traylor,Ky. " f.'lTP W Stanford September 28. 1911 thnt they would sell my farm of 70 J 2 acres, near Demoralize hell in a year. church tf miles old JlcCorinack' I refer to this class, neither human nest of Stanford, Ky., it has on it !a two story dwelling of 0 rooms. ' .lm.ltl.i imll 1 ,urnlinj .ullnrff n,l t The carrion crows of the world ' .' .1. . , , .......... ....i.lnnl lint .ll'VllV8i. ll ...I. iri- - ..c.r. .ftr, a large ciiem a; uie iio r. .... mho ;,,.,, licll-bo,;, ,,'..,, n.nn.!llm. ' n , outlmildinss, .. , . neccbsnrv -I -- ome wimnii or jin. & ,,xrsu lb.,c0 lmrll, ' also "L"'"'"" tJln ' w niivnntBc nt To hlander lt, emtern y. . u- - inftBDt, rrstaeni, Micnmoraf rhereV one otlier eias ion. uiai 1 fOMr Ilevtr failing spring on the any time. Address if. inn. nni mill' from cllllr.'ll " ' would not time '(.chool, iu one of tho he-i- t neighbor To allow come into my inn. Tis thoe who delight in tlie leucrs hood in Lincoln county, with tin? ndvautngo of n rural routo and tele thev write, phone attached. And fail to "affix" at the end, Will iiKo sell 1 pair hore males, Ten million of years in my liotte-,one family buggy horse one cell. horse a good a driver as can Their ins could never atone. So I gue them a match and told bo found anywhere kind nnd gentle, any uoman or child ran drive him. them to start A select little hell of their ouu. 22 ewes, good ones. II one hunTennyson or Longfellow could I know I am king and ruler of l.ell. dred pound thoats, .'I sows and pigs, take a worthless sheet of paper, Through the darkest of th- - places J fanning implements of ull kind write a poem oil it and make it consisting of one Peering hinder, roam, worth (tr.000. And I know thnt I'm truly a very bad one turning plow, other plows, one That's Genius. two horse wagon, and ha mess, ii mini ome respect for my buggies, one rubber lit o as good as Bat I've got Morgan can write n few word new. 2 sets of harpe-- h, other things home. on it sheet of paper and make too numerous to mention, Household it worth j.'i.OOO. ADMINISTRATOR'S SALE OF nnd kitchen furnituie, th:s is nil That's Capital. FARM AND STOCK. (iimpiirativelv new. A lot of fowl- -. otne pure strain white Wyainluttu Your wife can buy n coat for white leghorns. As administrator of the .estate of .flO. but prefers one that Terms made kno'tn on day of deceased. I will sell Thomas Hutler. will cost $50. lit hi Into residence two mile.s south 71-- 3 J. M. rAUTKlt. Jit. That's Natural. ot Nicholiibville, Ky., on the Danville pike, on Anyone can write a check for j.'O.OOO.UOO, but it wouldn't 5 Tuesday. Sept. 26th. 1911. at 10 a.m. Le worth a dime. the following property. That's Rough. Two gentle lamily mares, two fillies, mule volt, eight milk Snine millers may toll you cow, thiee with calves ut side; two t calf heifer, Jer-Sat heifers, sui-mlhv can make bettei flour than Jersey bull, eighty IVn ours. That's Gall. iiesen ewes, four yearling South- down ewes, tour Southdown ruui, Our No. 1 Fancy I'nteat Flour .eveii sows with pigs about ready to Sreiin. four drv sows, l'oland China is w good us can be made, On approved security mid is sold as low as such Jwar; if not sold before day of wile oualitv can be offered. J4 light weight tut hogs, also some whenever conditions ' THAT'S THE TRUTH. Sirti.tj.ttiinth ..iitlwltalillt flf .'......!.. iiinde.r. sulky rake, bull rake, dio Prefer- warrant fin s.Vc with every grocorytuau iu Hiarrow, peg tooth harrow, iron roller - plow, Stanford. dJMthree Uliver plows, grain ? ence, of course, being drill, two buggjes. two wagons, Frnz J. H. BAUGHMAN & CO.- cr brake cart, wheat wheat fan, given to our regular box, tools etc., bouiu household furniture, including piano, also Chain depositors1 bcr' Encyclopedia. If not sold private before date iif Bale ,tho farm of 'JliO acre, in high state of cultivation, will ba offered to the highest bidder, flood eight room fruino house, servant ousi, good cistern, ice house and Ten ull necessary aero tobaced barn and three-rootenant house. Farm is well watered, Notice! PeMltry Raisers jmving everlasting water in streare in front nnd pond on rear. About 4-11- -44 135 aeres will be seeded to wheat, of wlileli purchaser of farm will Ret ia sack at thresher, other one-ha- lf CURES half to go to tenant. The farm i siihceptiblo of division and will Chekra. Gaoes. Limkmeck. Rous. Cankers offer on either of tho two iVM:X0iTr Diarrhoea and all Diseases of Poultry tracts or the whole. Mm KuU Brawl. Bud. KyM Ou personal K? O&.S'I? 4l M4 (or yon w) ihbtll i)m Ut TKItMS OF SALE! under, - Ull J . wU, Wel property, all sum of $20 or tUlMMlptnulnMnMUMj. c&kaaUbUttWOTiMdnWntUMcUckluuailir. rash: over that amount n credit of tU. ssJtstwmrt sy J. tc Cw, ItiiOnm. ly. rri50tlltfojjitt. tix mouths, purchaser to give note ueanng n wjlu approved security Pswiy's Dtihi ttsre. mt in uaie. wh -- That can never gam entrance here. rhcir souls are so dirty I am Mire Having decided to change climate;.. I will on ,. Normal A TRAINING SCHOOL FOR TEACHERS. Courses leading to Kle mentary State Certificate, Inten. ' (tlm diate State Certificate. Advanced State certificate TOTA certificate becomes n life diploma). AH these certificate are valid iu all public schools in Kentucky. Special cours- c. Itcie- - courses. TUITION' FREE TO A1T0INTEE3. Two splendid dormitories, new Model School, new Manual Training building. Practice school, Department of Agrienl- - ft : . ,, '' w' .... corn-Lin- ed y ld WE MAKE LOANS it cut-Jln- e- r m State Bank Tryst (o. V1 m M T fon-sid- er iclTjirK,rS16tTO U-