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STANFORD, LINCOLN COUNTY, KENTUCKY, Tl ESDAY, KEPTEMIIER 'M. 1011 POSTAL SAVINGS EVERY TUESDAY BANK MORELAND. AND FTHDAt; DIG SUITS FILEO IN CIRCUIT MILLEDGEVILLE. COURT. ELECTION OFFICERS. CUPID AT McKINNEY. ,T To Be Established In Stanford on Miss Minnie Thumns Thornton sold to a Hedge For Lincoln Appointed By Commi- Cleo Thomas and The town well is being repaired October 18th. Wedded Last Week. In Futile Effort to Defeat John M. suckling colt for $72.50 ssioners Last Week. with conciete nnd n new pump. J. W. Hutchcson Defendant In Two villn man a Mirier sold to .Myers and Air. John Farra for Representative OthThere was $22 collected nt tho To Which He Files Strong Postmaster J. C. Florence has reAtcKinney, Sept. 2.". F.lcctioti Commissioners It. L. DaTucker of llustonville II yearling er Lancaster Local News Answers Six Dl- ceived official information tlint n ice cream supper Inst week. Again cupid has been phtyimr a calves at 5 cents and Air. Aloscr vison, J. T. Kmbry, nnd Sheriff W. L Aliss Alinellc Prnitt nnd Aliss verce Suits savings bank will bo estabbought of Air. Leu (laddis a sow ami AlcCnrty met In!t week nnd appoint- prominent-pa- rt '" our owa '""' '",s postal in . Itncnstcr, Sept. 23. Stanford on October 18th Cnlhcriiia AlcClure lire nttenditig ed the following officers to conduct enptured the hearts of Cleo Thomas, lished Tho Republicans ot Garrard counA number of ItitercstiiiK suit" pip. Sam Newell bought a fine the election iu Lincoln county on nnd Miss AlcWhorter of Yosemile. Deposits will be received nt the post school nt Hustonville. Air. Ucro filed Willi Circuit Clerk J. I), hull from Air. nnd Airs. Bert Shcwinnkcr at- ty assembled iu convention hero on Mr. Whorter nnd Ml. Thomas hnve office, nnd the government will pnj Nov. 7: a Pulaski man. Saturday afternoon for tho tuirnosu fc'wope Init week, and litigation liecn sweethearts for thirteen years two per cent interest on time de- tended the Sundny bchool convenAir. Charlie Jones had a horse to Stanford No. I of making a nomination ' for repreto lie iilentiful when tho Nov- die last Meek. and it has been no secret that he posits. The money tnken iu will be tion at Frankfort this week. Phil Ntinuclley, Judge sentative to oppose John AL Farm. ember term of court is railed. I. tul the girl, the time, and now he deposited by the postal bunk iu one .Mr. nnd Airs, Randolph Coffey eu- Horn, to Mrs. Faiuiie Fole, of JainOs Harris, Sheiiff, h. II. Bntsou wus chosen chairman Though Attorney C. C. Williitms, Greenville, a fine boy. The mother Aliss AluWhoiter of thu lintiomil banks of thu citv. tertiuni-ihas tho place. last week in honor of .Mr. of the convention nnd G. AL Pat II. J. Luce, Clerk. of Jit. Vernon, the Citizens' Dunk, was before marriage a .Mis Vox of married in Lex whichever is named us tho official John Yntilmnk nP Imlinim and Mr. Thomas were Delight- It. C. Arnold, Judge. (it Nepton, Ky., files suit against J. this place. Aliss Alc- depository liy the government. One ful refreshments were scivcd nnd terson seircturv. Several speeches ingtoti on Wednesday. were mude nud Air. John Duzicr V. Hiltchcson. of thiri city, Jo colWhorter is it very pretty und it pop- ot iiiu rules ot the government is j oil had u fine time. Mr. Loyd Paynter, of Damille, Stanford. No. 2 nominated for representative. lect $.,U0O alleged to he dttu on u ular girl and has many friends in nun no sums in excess oi .fiou per motored over Inst Sunday to see Born, to the wife of Air. William There nn very few, however, who James II. Woods, Sheriff, nolo for tluil ninoiuit, and se- Miss Lonme Uooue, wno is the atiionth will be received from anyone (loode a daughter. her home town. Air. Thomas is genK. D. Pennington, Judge, lclicvc lie lias any chance to decured by 1 bonds of a par .llue of tractive guest of .Miss l.clbi Jones. Postal savings bunks eral manngcr for the Columbia Sin- depositor. Cicero Reynolds Clerk, Rev. und Airs. F D. Pahueter are tent Ar. Farra, who is one of tho . j00 etch of tho Marion X Suburban being established all over the gle Tiee here where he held lire Aliss Lula Tate, of Dunuville, is Hid llolderinau, Judge, rejoicing over the arrival of a new highest class nnd best known young (Vmipnu.v. 1' this suit .Mr. Ilutche-r-othe guest of her mm! Mrs. Simmons. the position for several jcars. lie country and are s.iid to have proven son. Men ever raised iu Garrard and is 1). through his counsel, George Ali-- s is a man of sterling qualities und is (piito a success. l.uey Alcl'hord, of Shelby 3 Stanford No. daughter popular with everyone. Air. Farm I'loreiice, files answer that this note City who hns been visiting her J. Neviu Carter last week bought ot Miss Irene,Airs. n very prominent man here where C. V. Gentry Sheriff, Air. and Lafc Alorgau hrts will poll hundreds of republican vm given as a substitute for a note friend .Miss Mnttiu HUhop. he has a host of friends who will the home of J. L. Tot ten on DanW. II. Weurcn, Judge, typhoid fever. votes und will do great credit to of Douglas Webb iV Company, simpville avenue, the price paid being ASiss Irene .Morgan who has tytongratulnte him on winning sudt a J. V. Cummins, Clerk. Air. Jones Ilaughinan is erecting this proud old county us her ly ns ait nceomiuodation, mid he phoid fever is some better at this 4,000. The place contains, three lady for a help mute through life Judge, P. M. a largo nnd commodious new front files an agreement untile with the writing, llcr.iniiiiy friends aro glnd Their friends extend to them con- and a half acres and is one of the to his dwelling iu Alorclund. The many friends of Judge I.owls cm nk hy which it was stipulated that to know. gratulations and all good wishes for nicest suburban homes around thu Stanford No. 4. Air. Tom Best has erected nnd oc- L. Walker are glad to learn he is it was to sue and endeavor to collect long nnd happy life. Air. nnd city. Airs. Jt. L. WinniiH of Lexington, a W. P. Logan Judge, cupying new store in Alorchuid which not so ill ns was reported. the Webb note before. lioUluu is spending the' week cud with her .Mrs. Thomas will maku their home .Morgan Itenzlev, Sheriff. make nine stores lor Alorclnnd and Aliss Helen Gill gave a sewing linblo for bis note, and ho mother Airs, Al. C. Jones. CARTER FAMILY REUNION here. S. J, Dull, Judge, strong tnlks of the tenth going up. party in honor of her guest, Aliss avers that this has not been done. Miss Itose AlcCormnek the charmDiptheria is in our town and we II. J. Darst Clerk. Aliss Ella Norfleet, of Wayne Corinne Alurrny, of Cincinnati. He sujs that Webb is worth $2.0,-00- 0 ing correspondent of llustonville, have three eases John Alurphy, Jr., Delightful Gathering of The Clan at tounty, wns uu attractive guest of Airs. Thomas Wherritt wits host" and (imply uble to pay his uotu mid her sister, Aliss .Marguerite, Old Homestead. All boys. I and Will Hughes' two Crab Orchard No. .Misses Nora nd Bertha Ends, last es nt a (i o'clock dinner for thu renml that under thu agreement th passed through town last week. precaution possible is being used to . J. R. CduiFstoli. Judge, week. cent young bride und groom, Air. and hank sliould endeavor to collect the Reunion there is innci2 in the word Air. Josh .Myers is doing an ex- ' R, II. Hronaugh. Sheriff. keep the from spreading und Aliss Sue, F. Purdoui went to Burn Mrs. John la(Iinnte, Jr., of New linn first. from tensive business with his canning Judge the school has been dismissed for a Once more a family, now separated side Sundny to begin her school. Orleans. Fred Shaw, Another int of a rather similar t'.ictory. this hummer. Mr. .Myers is time so far we don't think there will "scattered to the four winds as we She tenches in public school there. John Kennedy, Clerk. Air. nud Airs. Win. Leavell aro rei nture was filed against .Mi. a uoimI neighbor and ie wish him be very much danger for the doctors sometimes say" are brought togethceiving much sympathy since tho C. Vdlims success. by Atiori-oy- . er at the old homestead, of J. AL t. are doing all they can to keep it Crab Orchard No. 2. GENERAL NEWS NOTES death of their little sou, Joseph ntul I. W. Dclhuruui, of Alt. Ver-- i There is a joung lady in this lown down nnd it seems to be iu a very Carter, deceased, a fine blue grass S. J. Tntum, Judge. '1 homp.4oii Leavell. on, on behnlf nf thu Citizens' Hank who wants to inform her light f oi In nnd they think all tin farm of the West Kud and one well .Sum Cluiudler, Judge, Alisses Delia Tinder und Alnry ElItrodhcnd, This second still is whether it is a sin to he an old n.aid ! Wheat nnd oats advanced sharply danger will be over in a few days. known, having been handed down owing K. 1). Noitkcs, Clerk, I Iso for $3,000 on a note against to the defeat of reciprocity more left the past week for Grcens-h'tr- g over IK) years of age. from generation to generation for par-tn- ts The doctors have asked all the Simon Petrcy, Judge. where they have be'ii tenderAir. Hutchcsoii, signed jointly by J. who hnve children to keep them over a hundred yeurs, now owned :u Canada. , ed good positions for (his session. J I. Dickey, Coffee advanced ngaiu iu BIG CIRCUS AT LEBANON of Louisville, and .Mr. occupied by Alisscs Sallie and Wavnesburq No. I inside of their yards and we hope nnd Friends will be glnd to know Dr. Hutchcsoii. To tlii.s Mr. llutchesou estimating n new high rethey will abide by this good advice. Bettie Carter. On Sunday mornin; llradlev Ale.Mullin, Judge, L. II. Pe.irce has been returned to replies through Ins attorney, that ho Forepauqh and Sells Brothers to Louisville( the God given day of rest, when nil cord. I). D. Ha vs. Clerk. W. Air. J. F. Dittmnn. of vent surety on the note whichJmd John Aikinuu, aged 71 yeurs a thc'Alethodist church here by tho Exhibit There on Sat. Oct. 7. is visiting his dsicr Mrs. C. Alobley, nature seemed in tune and peace J. K. Williams Sheriff, Ven given by .Mr. Dickey to the vehicle feud character of Breathitt county Confeienee which met at Ricnmond. and ipnet reigned one Joe Record Judge and family near town. The Ladies' Aid Society will meet Itrodhead bank while Air. Hiitchcscu The great Adam Forcpnugh ami nnd friends was shot and killed by Abe Griffith Air. Giorge Lay hns rented the nfter another arrived there uinler nu agree- Sells Brothers' circus will give two twenty miles above Jackson, at the home of Airs. Wm. Lcnr Sntv.is cnlner Wavnesburq No. 2. property on Alain street from Air. and loved ones clasped hands, eyes about urduy afternoon. ( ment that the bank wus to mnku an performances in Lebanon on Sutur-dnS. II. Chevoleltc. Clerk, Williams and will run a first class looked lovingly into eyes they had and his son, Alart, wus mortally The Alisses Kinmiird entertained effort to collect from Dickey benot seen in years. "Some had gone wounded. Ortober7th. lit New York City . Leech. Judge, Geo. boarding house. Airs. Lay has the hiible, but tin- - show is considered the licit ot fore holding llutehe-o- ii strangfhe Liberal government of Sir ut n dinner Suturdny in honui of Sheriff, W. I). John-ni- l. name of running the best boarding-hous- to lauds far distant und with Jik in the former ease, the bank did ill American amusement institutions mlfned Launer wus overwhelming- Airs. James Kinu'nird, Airs. Wm. Ceers iiuide their homes." Al. D. Walls, Judge. on the C. S. not do ho. though uotitied by ly defeated in the Cnnudu elections cil and daughter, Aliss Sad io nml For nearly fifty years it has held Mrs. Rosa Lee Anderson, of SanAir. Will Montgomery and fninilv to Mie Die!ey for llie amount the place in the esteem of the public ger, California, and Leslie Carter last Thursday, which means a re Aliss Dove Harris, of Dum'illc. Wavnesburq No. 3 have moved back to their farm at Mrs. Afattie Duncan gave an Thrtmgli Attorney T. J. Hill. . nud wife of Grcensbaro, N- - C, were jection of the reciprocity ugreetnent in fact of the world, for Miere O. C. Sheriff, Arabia. dining on Saturday in honor Al. (liillifT brought Miit for diis not a country on earth that is the three from a distance. Others ratined by the recent spciul session I). R. Adams, Judge, Airs. Betsy Ami .Martin Norton vorce iiuuiii t her husband, Edward civilizid where at some time of G. L. Carter, Airs. of the I'uitcd Stutes Congress. The of Alr. Wm. Bogle, of New Orleans. K. O. Hattgh, Clerk, nnd infant died hist week and were present were: Air. und Airs. Homer Tinsley's lit4iiithff, on grounds of abandonment. AL Conservative party, which opposed it Iiiik not pitched it mail) I.. S. Warlicld. Judge, buried at the Campbell grave yard Lucy A. Carter, G. W. Carter, J. They were married in 1901 and have acres of tents. Catter, Sr.. and wife, C. 11. Carter reciprocity, according to returns lust tle son, who recently mnde his Hustonville. tin. I id Turnersville. has been christened Harold several chihlreii. The seiisniiou with the show this and wife of Greensboro, N. fi, rt'de night will have a majority of fifty iu .Mr. F. AL Wnre and Harry JaJns. P. Goode, Sheriff, Lantern Tiiisley. Attorney Mill also brought utt on year is the automobile double somr-s.iu- lt B. I). Carter, A. L. Carter, Alisses the next Canadian Parliament. Milton Mctoiuiaik Judge. cobs motored over to D.unillc on Airs. Newton Wallace, aged 33 behalf of W. 1.. Finn against his iu inid-niThe Courier Journal Friday last nccomplished by Josiah Bishop Clerk, Tuesday afternoon iu Air. Wure's Sallia and Bettie Carter, Annie Carwife Ktmnu Fain for divoric, also a vouitu I'reudi woman not yet out ter, Alattie Alay Carter and Florence printed 'a picture of Airs. Ben years, died nt her home in this city T. J. Hell. Judge. car. of ahaudoiiment. oilier teens. For utter recklessness Jin the grounds Carter, Airs. C. C. Ito-- s, of Lebanon, Thomas, of Benton, Alarshall coun- after several weeks' illness of fever. Hustonville No. 2. Tln-were inarrieil in 1003. Gi veils. Curl, llnrry, Robert, Earl, ty ami her, baby. and apparent disregard of death The mother is Besides her husband, the deceased John Riffe. Clrk. FOOT BALL TEAM. Attorney Fontaine Fox Bobbin lift net stands nnd Joe Bailey Carter, J. Wes Bai- only J I years and 10 mouths old leaves two little childien to mourn The Gene Dunn, Judge, her death The remains weie tnken filed suit on behalf of Thomas Smith heavy cur shoots with lightning Bolliday and sister herself. J. It. llonnk.-r- . Sheriff. Fracticinn Hard at Hiqh School For ley, and James Jignuist his wife Nancy Smith for down a slender incline, leaps Hollidny, of Columbia Miss Lois John B. Atkinson, of Eurliiigton. lo Je.ssaminc for interment. James Qrubbs, Judge. Games With Somerset. Airs. Al. D. Hughes gave a delegal separation, on tho grounds of high in air and while the audienee is from AlcCor-uiack- 's president of the St. Bernard Aiming Air. George Carter They "were married .aping in turns two completo revoHiaudonmcnt. neighborhood was the oldest Company, died ut his summer home lightful dinner iu honor of Airs Mary 3. Hustonville No. High The undefeated Stanford Woodcock, of Los Angeles, Oil., present und among the among ut Wrightstown N. J. lutions in spnee, then dropping with ii 1000 in Iowa. John Carter. Judge. School foot ball team ot last sea one Catberiuu Hodge has brought suit tcriifie force to a sleel platfoon. brightest und happiest. "Cnclo The new $40,000 church of the mid Airs. Roheit Sailer, and little A. C. Hill Clerk. son, lints lair to sliow up in ,;ood the the snow of 84 Somerset Baptists was dedicated daughter, of Danville. lor divorce against her hushiid Fianl: fiis it. the most thrilliin; nf nil the Lee .Manning Judge. shape this fall, i Already the boys George" has Hodge, through Attorney John N. world's thrillers. Tobuetfo Culling is on to some exwinter,--, and the beautiful white hair tvith npproprin'te cere'iionies Sunday II. It. Davis. have jiegiiii practice under the su- shows Menefce, Jr., on grounds of The parade which the show is giv'that times banner of truce has L'ev. 0. Al. Hitey, formerly pastor tent vcith' the- fiinncrs of Garrard, 4. Hustonville No. pervision of Prof R. S. T.ingnmnu, and ab.UKloiinieut. They were ing this year is three miles long and Iinwitinn Owens, Judge. been planted, nnd tho sunny face here did the work which raised the and the Quality of the weed is exnnd are beginning to show what they Jiinrried in 18!Kt mid have six chilnew in ideas from stmt no sorrow iu only waiting 'till money to put up the handsome edi- cellent. While there is only about R. S. Sctidder. Sheriff. do. There are a number of new shows can half the acreage of lust year, tho dren. have a little longer fice for bis Pulaski flocks. to fini-the shadow!, Over 1,00(1 people, "i.'iO hor Major Toombs, Judge, aspirants for the team and it will be Suit fo.' divorce was also tiled by ses and three herds of elephants arc grown. The youngest present was Several prominent colored repub- late rains have done wonders, for John Newell. Clerk. a hard fight between some of the Joe Bailey Outer six years of aga licans, of t'lilnic J, Green against her husband seen in it. The entire equipment of Frankfort have taken the tobacco and Gurrurd growers exyoungsters for the different places. IVdm Green, her attorney being 1'. the show is new and the maiiugerie sou of A. L. Carter, the youngest stump against O'Reur and are urg- pect to make more from their crops HIGHLAND. The team has lost two crack play-ci- s Al. Mclloheit. She allege thai he is the most completo collection of as the oldest, was ut his best, and ing negroes everywhere to vote for than they did Inst season. in Wallace Singleton and Alike V. A. Lear, Lancaster's hustling Kverjbody is busy cutting corn nhandoncd her anil treated her cruel rule animals in America. sail" and dunceed for the amuse- McCreury this year. .v and uhks Hint he bo coinpfllttl to and tobacco. The tobacco crop is Penny hut some mighty good new ment of the crowd. Each family fur Edward AIcDermott, candidate for stock man, shipped a cur loud of much better than the fanners material has been developed during nished a basket wel ln.len with good Lieut, Governor, iu answer to the hogs to Cincinnati, .having raised tnakc an accounting of his pmpcr-t- v thought it would be six weeks ago. the course of the summer and many things, the splendid dinner wus question of the Louisville Post ns to some of them himself and having and for the support of her-CUPID'S CAPERS. George Liuisford of Shelby City nnd of the best players of hist year have spread on a long tuble, leaching the how he would vote if there wns a tie bought the rest, as follows: 12 ier two ehihlrcn. She say he owns hogs from Jesse Gnlley at (leorgc Miixey this place have ex- grown nnd put on weight which will entire length of the joomy old ver- vote iu the Senate on the County a place worth about 1,(111(1, at High,li a prominent Samuel Alorrsioii Bright is in help some. d imporkers from land. Cnit Bill, stuted in his speech nt (i.30f 10 anda. And after the heart-fe- lt young iiirnier of the Writ Kud was changed farms. It! 150 Rev. F.lbeit K. Young, wife and school but is forced cmt of the game pressive prayer made by J. Wes Bai- Coliiuihiucth.it he would vole for it. W. L. Wearen ut C Joe Adams sue for" divorce from united in holy bonds of matrimony ludiv are here fiou. Owsley county Ly boils. his wife Com Adam, through ley, of Aim eland, all present did amInst week to Ah.s Martrniet The profits of the Stnte Fair this pound hogs from W. L. Duncan nt been Two games hnve already hogs from .1. S. Owsley, Jr., on a stiitu-lc- r ple justice to the good things prevear were $10,000, just .f.1,000 les Cjc and 22 the attractive daughter of Mr visiting 'lis fill her nnd mother, .Mr. cheduled by Prof .Behind, both with pared. All felt that it was good to than last year. I. Fleece Robinson ut 7 cents. charge. y mid Alr. C. Al. Young. Mid Mrs. II. II. Ilejnnlds. The Rev. ( ouch of Pulaski county is the Somerset High School tenm, tho have been there. Evening camo all Airs. John Al. Logan, of Now York Capt Q. T. Helm was ;;iven a judgwas performed by Kev. W. O. the new pastor at the AL K. church. first theie on October lJ,h and the too soon and good-by- e bud to be ment against the Cincinnati South- is here visiting Air. and Airs. Hugh PUBLIC SALE AT G0VER Montgomery A here on October HOUSE. CRAB ORCHARD at Judc II. ('. It.iker. of Columbia, lie preached his fu- -t sermon lust second has been received 2Sth. the said. We know not when there will ern rnilwuy company for rS.OOO in T. Logan. Rev. O. P. Bush is he from letter be another such meeting. We do circuit court nt Danville lust week. home from- Frankfort,' where announces the engagement ot hii Sinidav. nnd a r has returned Richmond State Normal team Mi.s Abirihu Saturday. Sept 30. 1911 at 10 A. M. mtighlcr, .Miss Alnuuc to Air. William know that ere long the ''Western Capt. Helm, for many years, was a held a revival. Airs. Emma P. Grant delight game will probably bt arranged with gate of life" will swing wide open for detective David Jones, of Kiioxville, Teun. The Ionic from Louisville to the for the railroad and had a nnd daughter. Aliss Lily Dale Grant that team. Stanford' defeated both some. it may be the gray head? it shoulder broken and sustained other ere in Crab Orchnrd visiting; Mr. Beds, ninttresses, springs., dressmarriage will bo solemnized ut thu of her many friends these teams signally last fall. Al. 0. toting who siJd out reand Airs. Frank B. Alarksbury aro ers, wuslfslnnds, tables, Mattings, home of the intended bride's patents nay be among the youngest, but in injuries in an accident. of the eleven has not that great day when "Ho eometh to The line-u- p cently to go to Nebraska has decid-i- d iu Richmond, Intl., visiting Airs. A. dishes, the latter part of October. chair, cots. been finally decided upon, hut will make up his jewels" may there be to locate at Highland. II. Rice. Mrs. Leslie Hernduti and sheets, sewing luacliine, stoves, ice A NEW GAME LAW S.uti Light and son, Ray left ptohuhly bo some! hug like this, if not one absent at the Reunion iu our little daughter, of Lexington, are cream freeir, etc. BLUE LICK. left last week to visit his brother the boys continue to show up ns they Father's home. A FRIEND. Three mares, bred to jock, t horse agents may be killed from guests of Aliss Annie Heriidou. Airs. Book Air. Boyd Sims, ot King's Aloun-uu- Jiiincs Light From hnve in early practice. in Louisville. Alice Adams, of Denver, Col., is vislerfectly gentle, 0 sets of single, October 1 to September 1; spring iting friends in Brynntsville. Aliss Airs. J. O Lay. Quarter back and captain John there the will go to Stunbery, AIo. SPEAKING AT BR0DHEAD uirness, - pairs of double harness, poets from Arnrch 1 to June; senn-dAirs. II. I). Young visited her moth AIiddlesb)ro visitOur school trustee has had our M. Waters. U extra poles, 0 buggies, 1 drummer Congressman Hnrvev Helm, who mongers from April 1 to Feb. 1; Linnie AIoss is in hist week, Left Half Harris Crleman. putting in some hnrd licks for umbrella borrowers Aug. 2 to Nov. ing her sister. Airs. J. T. Evntn.. surreys, 2 roustabout, 1 er Airs. W. M. Huzelctt on business school house painted nnd several wagon, 2 is while her husband was Right Half Wesley Entbrv. .Miss Corinne Afnury, of Cincinnati, several other improvements made the Democratic stato ticket, has break enrt, I side -- addle, 1 spring ut Somerset. 1; nnd from Feb. 1 to May 1; while Full Buck Thomns Coleman. that wer badly needed. Miss J'ora to address the voters of every man who accepts a paper two is the guest of her friend. Aliss Helwagon, 1 bunch of yeatling. Dogs broke into Mrs. David Dnugh Baugh is getting nlnng nicely with Left I'nd Spnldiug Hill. ltrodhend nnd vicinity nt Drodhend years but when the bill is presented en Gill. Aliss Gladys Frisbio bus Terms made known on day of crty's turkeys and killed seven. McCurly Left Tackle-W- ill fiom a protracted stuy in her school here. next Snturduy ufternoon, at 3 :30 says "I never ordered it," may be Ladies cordially invited. hale. .Miss Alertie Lay spent Saturday Left Guard Silas Anderson. Louisville with her little cousin, Aliss Theie will bo a pie supper at tho tict. o'clock. Mr. Helm is very popular Col. Pete Chandler, on sight without reserve or C. O. Daugli-erlvith her sister. Airs. Center Russell Brown school bouse Saturday Alurgaret Elkin Hughes. Mis. Jeit in Rockeatle county nnd will tin' lflicif from valuation or appraise Curtis Gover. Airs. Leona Youeoii and chil- I ight Sept. JlOth. for the benefit of Right Guard Clinton Coleman. doubtedlv be heard by a large crowd. ment laws, nnd buried face down Dunn, of Lexington, is visiting her dren spent a week with her father the Childrens' Home Society. Let Right TackleJoe Bill, Mr. Helm spoke to good crowds ward, without benefit of clergy. Lx. l'uther. John K. West. Alr. Alex FOR SALE! Mr. W. M. Lay. Bight End Harry Reinhiirt on everybody come and help a Rood Francis and "littlo daughter, Sibyl, nt Middlebiirtr and AIcKinney Among others who are showing up last Saturday afternoon and night cause. of Rolliu-.- ' Fork, Miss., are guests of HONOR ROLL COUNTY RANKIN. WAYNE Francis. Air and Mrs. Airs. Oiboruc Haugh of MeKinncy, was veil iu tleir work for the team are nml says that ho found much inMy homo containing 2 acres nnd selling cook-ir.- g William AloWey. William Yager. Second grade Mary RooJ, Her- John LuGinatc, Jr., of New Orleans, terest lieitr; taken iu the stnte races John (Jock) Rankin of Stanford in our village last week poles of land, 4 miles noutli of 15 Ead. William Wood and Log- and that tin great majority of the bert HolUcluw. stoves and wire fence. are enjoving a stay with Air. and linntbter 4 miles east nf Stanford, was hero biiiiijr cattle. He left Bryan Airs W. II. Wheritt Grade John Seventh Airs. 11. J. an AlcCormnek. people everywhere seem determined tb with Vt. on Dix Itivcr U tho fork's of FOR SALE! Tinsley is making a protracted visto rescue Kentucky from itnothei Hcltrcliiw. liks Margaret IIiivh. of Somerset road, lending from tho Dudilernrt Fount Helton was given a life republican administration. Sixtv.one acres of fine blue grass it to relatives in Colorado mid An ft el Alill to Gilbeit's Creek ututton, sioru was tho guest of Aliss Francis Runirn.m rvn tfilwfc.i not been plowed for -- iiitnni at Koincrct for couiidieitv Texas. office, which is one mile. c in the last of the week. Tim two land that has 8 acres, and post Wo will cell pmateiy a farm of except 'this limit .in the Heath and Beatty killing. A A great many friends hern will be Liuco a county, Plenty of fruit, good cUter-i- . good l.ll fur llnriisiilc Sunday A. Al. years row fine tobacco. Inmip and ICiisev county jury tried h.tn. Ten interested in the following nniiounce-- . about 130 acres In from Crab Orchoutthey will teach in the Graded will t r Ky., where mllo Thousands of people from Lebabarn and und dwelling mid nil lull binull dwelling; plenty of of the urvmen ure said to hat v inent: Mr. nnd Airs. William Ran- ard, cicely located, mostl... bottom non, and immediate neighborhood Logan Address Prof. J. Dat- - nhool of that town. Alessrs buildings. wood. tho death penalty. The dolph Deiiham. of .ISth and Santa land, very productive. Kvery acre will 70-Shearer and Wutcrson Coffey were loensts for posts, and fine '.'. 2 see Forcpnugh and Sells Broth-cd'- s 8on, Oilbcrt'sCrcek Ky. of the jury were O.scnr CochFe streets. Oklahoma City, Olka., tillable, an abundance or stock water Misses Phylis Is well watered. This land is Otlen-he'ubig circus ut Lebanon on Satnut here Saturday. n ran. Steve Klli, Unhurt Davis. S. B. announce the engagement and apadapted to corn and urday October 7th. Ttonspoitutiou and especially guests miles from Stanford on the ""Tim Woman's Improvement Club Hates and Jennie - Stone were of throe Lowe, James Click. W. proaching marriage of their daughrasc. Good tenant bouse Sharp. Tom pike, close to school. ,,( Mr., ('nroliiii- Rankin's Sunday. line ure prepunng for the day and will meet Wednesday afternoon at G. Jeffries, John Uusscll, W. I). ter, Marguret, to the Rev. Hnrry roomg on farm. Terms reasonable Will sell on easy terms. Perry Ingram and Sam A 'il the indications point to a great cir Apply at once to. thci- - club rooms. ,' o'clock nt Moore, Walter Burkett, 0. L. Bar- Burton Boyd, of Denton, Texas. The 75-- T W. F. Dlshon, are weighing1 up cuttle this week cus event. R. H. Uronaugh, Agent. 'ull ntlendanee o the members U low nnd Hnrdiu Ellis. wedding will take place Tuesduy Stanford, Ky. which they bought some timo since. I reiuestti. afternoon October tenth. pro-Hik- es l s 1 fin-lorld Hut-thesse Hut-Hitm- en New-Yorkv llitt-clu-sJr-Kflle -cle-gn- nt SH-akemi-oili- er ur-rivr, Sh.-riff- . non-sup-l- rt ch h. df GARRARD REPUBLICANS' NOMINATE JOHN D0ZIER o 200-pou- 100-poun- h X k Hey-r.oh- 130-pou- -- ccrc-tcon- i : - AK-ie- vide-honr- nt al ed y. nt -- one-hai- 8. ..! Cn-tcl- lo V l - - . a'M"Hn ir-'u- ; :'.'. ''' "4t T, - -- TJiy ?w." ' " THE INTERIOR JOURNAL. STANFORD, KENTUCKY. TUESDAY. SEPTEMBER 26. 1911. Fall Clothing We have received our last shipment and have every thing new to show you in the Clothing line. Only the best of "Make" in pure Wool fllE Imiekiok Established Iournal. 187k He' Jones jnt another hem like Casey CHORUS. Judge O'Rear ut HELTON M. SAUFLEY,... Publisher Judge O'Rear- - like Judge O'Rear put II A YEAR STRICTLY IN ADVANCE He's just another anolhrr hero, Casey Joncf, another hero;' hero like Casey Jouc. altered at the postottlce at titan-for- d as second class mall. GOVERNOR'S"PROCLAMATION hand tailored. Call and take a look before you buy. SAN ROBINSON, Stanford, Ky. Vumjjamo1 EVERYBODY Get Ready for the Big Fall Opening on M Saturday, Oct. 7th. A SOUVENIR FOR ANY LADY WHO MAKES A PURCHASE. A BIG PUMPKIN SHOW FOR THE MEN WATCH FOR THE BIG BILLS. L.L. AMR p Crab Orchard Kentucky. Success HE NEW FEORIA- -A 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. We sold last year several New Peoria Grain Drills to be thoroughly tested in every way. The new Disc Furrow t W. H. Higgins. Stanford, Ky. and Introduce our Benefit Certificate! anions' frlende and acquatataaeea. Muit OlTa be batwaao It and 60 rear ot all or only apara time. W pay caah bene-flt- a for alcknaaa. Injuria, acctaenta and death. Experience net neoeeeary. Can make from ISO.0O to UX.00 a month and up. A pleaaaat and highly profitable profee-doErery member aaenrad roaana a certain aararad laeeme tor yon every s month thereafter. "Why not (at Into far youreetf NOW? No capital eed ad. Band for partleeJara. man or wmu t each locality. To Join the Supreme Council of tUa McUtjr WANTED a. boil-naa- n. BOX DON'T BE TOO GENEROUS. LA-29- 5. COVINGTON. KY. Paying today for EH H9HS with the cement, lime, etc., you get HENRY L CASEY. D. V. S. from us. Remember tnat all our build lag materials are mucn stronger than Veterinarian. the ordinary and you can therefore use less than ordinary quantities. It Former Director Animal Industry you like we'll tell you Just how to rPhilippine isianas. mix them to get the best results at t InUarl i Armu lntcPhon0 432, the least cost Come in and ask us. Office LOGAN'S STABLE, J. A ALLEN, Stanftrd, Ky. Agent American llog unolera Serum. The Judge began to speak nnd ns ho spoke. DANVILLE. KY. Everybody knew what he said was n joke. Bradley was elected without a single sou; '"Tvvns tho purest election that J ever knew." cx-voie- Special Election For Circuit Judge Democratic Ticket. For the Thirteenth Circuit Court For Governor James 1J. McCrcary. District. "or 1.1 out. governor E. J, MrDcmctt For Treasurer Thos. 8. Hhca. Frankfort, Kj., Sept. 18th For Secretary ot State U. F. Crcce- By the authority cstcd in mo by 11118. Attorney General James Garnctt section 15-- 3 of tho statutes of KenFor tucky, I hereby proclaim Ihnt a spc-ciFor Auditor II. M. BoiwnrtU election will be held in tho thirfor Stnto Superintendent ol Schools teenth circuit court district of KenDarksdnle Hamlett For Commissioner Agriculture J. W. tucky, composed of tho countic of Nowman. Mercer, Boyle (la mm! nnd Lincoln, For Clerk Court of Appeals H. I on Tuesdny Xov 7, 1U11, for the purGreene. pose of electing n circuit judge for For Raliroad Commissioner W. F. fnid district to fill tho vacancy onus Klalr. Judge M. C. Sauf-lcFor Circuit Judge Charles A. Har- ed by the denth of din. Ben L. limner, Acting (Jovcrnor. V. II. Shanks. Fi)' li'eprcscntntho By the acting Governor Ben L, Briiner, Secretary of State, by R. and Acting SecDicussinr the muchinntions of A. Cook, "S-'- J theMobhy or Third Ilouc at Krnnk-for- t, retary of State. Judge O'llenr suid in n recent PUBLIC SALE! speech: "For 11 yours I have served you in an ofllee at Frankfort. I Having decided to quit farming I have been tlicrc in tiint capitol. I have seen these tilings Roins on." will offer for sale to the highest and Yet lie was unable to sco or hear best bidder on Saturday. Oct. 7th 1911, of the .corruption in the election of Bradley to the Senate, the most no- The following property consisting of torious work of the lobby in a core 61 acres of land with good cottnet with 4 rooms nnd two porches nnd of years. good barn and other outbuildings, Secretary of Slnte, Hen L. Itrnnvr nnd also JnruiinR implements consistwas ntinj; jjovunior Inst week, both ing of plows one buggy one good Gov. Willsoii and Lieut. Oo. Cox spring wagon and other farming tools bi'ini out of the btnto, and off their loo numerous to mention. This farm jobs. Yet the pay from the people i, located 1 4 miles from Highland. Terms, one hnlf down and balance poos on just the snme. And O'l'ear in one nnd two yenrs with lien reendorses this. tained on lnnd for balance, purchase JAS. A. KING, 73-t- f. moncv. The Somerset Journal has discard cd it3 patent inside and appeared this H0GWALL0W HAPPENINGS We conweek as all horns print. (From Ilogwiillow Kentuekiau) gratulate Editor Cnrter on the Luke Mthewslu will soon be We know several other papers that would be greatly help- seventy years of nge. He rcnieui- lors many incidents ot pioneer unys ed by following its example. principal among them being the lnt time Poke Kaley worked. Xewssnys nine-tentThe Little Fidity Flinders has started of the eases in the l'olice.court nt Onion school Lliznbcthtown are for bootlegging. to school nt the Wild surprised tho y Stanford would be sntisfied to Ret house, and by presenting to him a nice n bootleRRinp ease in court .occas- teacher boiled egg. ional!). The postmaster has a new way of catching flics, nnd is working it "O'REAR JUST ANOTHER HERO." with pronounced success at tho po-- t office this week. He takes a jug (Composed by Lawrence B. Finn, that has had lickcr in it, places a with apologies to author of Casey iiiuuel in the neck nnd drives tlio Jones.) Then when they come flies in. "Larry B. Finn, of Franklin, Demo staggering out he swats them with emtio member of the Kentucky Rail- the stove shovel. road Commission, besides being n Fletcher llenstep has drawn the wit nnd fiddler, is also 'Vomc" com- color line on the feathered tribe, poser of doRRerel as witness the and will not allow a blackbird to following offense : come on his farm. er Come all you voters if you wnnt to 'lock- sang a solo Miss hear, at the party the other night. Sla' About tho campaign of Judge O'Rear was cheered heartily by Severn' of If he's elected, you'll bo to blame: her near lelntives. At the Phoenix Hill Convention, boys Miss Cordelia Hellwnnger has be won his fame. bought a hnudaome nciordeou and will compete with Miss Rosyolo MotO'Jfear walked in at the convention ley for musical honors nnd boeinl es door, teem. She snys she can piny nnv Eterybody "hollered" anil began to piece of poetry cut written, whether roar, it rhymes or not. Caleb Powers waved his hand flags Jefferson Pollocks took his family to Tickvillo one day last Meek bean to float. Most everybody there was as full had the picture artist to take them in a group. Tho family was o lurp ns a goat. the photographer had to write "over"' CHORUS. on the bottom of the picture. A hand organ has been added to the Excelsior Fiddling Bnud. It Caleb Powers waved bis band, Cnlc.'j Powers Flags began to float was Molcn from n blind man at Tickville last week by Raz Barlow. Caleb Powers waved his hand, Frisby Hancock is greasing his Most cveibody there was ns full ns wagon, currying his team nnd milkn goat. ing other prepnratians to mako a trip to Tickviiie niter ii pool of SECOND SPASM. i thread. It is now on sule thsru ut Hill Bradley was there to bear every a bargain snle of four cents u spool while the Hogwullow word, postmaster What the Judge had said, Bradley holds his price nt five cents. The mail carrier encountered a had heard, At Lexington, the Judge at Bradley swarm of yellow jackets onthe Gimlet creek road the first of the week took n whack; But Bradley said the Judge would and as a consequence ho cntno into Hogwnllow several hours ahead of have to take it back. al y. to-daHo-tett- PUBLIC SALE! offer nt my place nt Bucnn Vitn, Garrard count v, on Wednesday Scot.. 27. 1011, nt l) O'Clnck, A. M., sell tho following propeity: '23 farm and brood mares half of them to 4 draft ; 1 Clydesdale Miow mare, hn hnd 7 colts selling for over .f 1,700; 1 stallion by .Montgomery Chief, registered; '1 yearling geldings 25 good yearling mules, i!0 weanling mules, half of which nre sugar colts 1 pair mnre mules; 7 jacks, J to 8 years old bred good by such sires as King John; 40 jennets with colts by side; 'J 10 cwas, e Shropshircs, nono over 3 yenrs old, good ns tho best; fl good bucks; 1 hay baler, Eli mako; 1 Kemp manure spreader, good ns new; one 3 horse power gasoline engine, jut ucd n little; 1 power feed cutter, 1 feed mill, 1 double disc Sanders Duel plow. Sale rain or shine. Free lunch. Write for catalogue of jnek stock. TERMS. 3 months nt C per cent interest, 1 per cent off for cash. G 11. RUBLE, Bucnn Vistn, Ky. NielioliiHvillo Exchange, Phone 02-Fnst Tennessee Telephone. Bolliirr Itond nnd A. T Scott. Auctioneers. I will 3-ld high-grad- $&&$&$$$ $o O 0 0 0 0 0 . 0 O 9 0 O o o Q O O O ' 0 ft ft 0 O V Walk Over Shots! 0 0 O 0 0 ft Q ft 'V WITH A CAPITAL and SURPLUS OVER $200,000.00 With a directorate of business men that represents every interest of Lincoln county; with an euicicnt nnd competent olllcc force, we solicit your business, whether Inrgc or small, which will have prompt either at the counter or by mail. LINCOLN NATIONAL COUNTY BANK, 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 f 0 0 0 0 w STRONG STATEMENT BUT ITS TRUE AND I AM GOING TO SAY IT. THE WALK-OVER TSA IN THE WORLD TO RETAIL AT $350. $4 and $5. VICI AND CALF AT $3.50, VICI CALF AND PATENT AT $4, KANGER0O CALF AND PATENTS AT $5 ALL THESE IN BUTTON AND LACE, BOTH TAN AND BLACK IN THE NEW HIGH TOE OR THE BROAD COMTO-DA- Y IS THE BEST SHOE 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 ft 0 0 0 ft FORTABLE LAST. 0 0 0 0 0 H. J, McRoberts. Stanford, Ky. , ft 0 0 corner next to Court House Stanford. Kentucky. CONCRETING We aro in potltton to do all klndi ot each ni Illock Work, I'aTxraenli and. In fnct, we can lunke ay thine from n noo.ee down to a (once pott. We can terrc jroa promptly unil Rnnrnntve work and material. (511 and Rt our prion before too. bay your material at least. Oret-cla- 0 6 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 ft 0 0000000 0 0 0 0 0 00 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0O0 PHILLIPS BROS.. Stanford. Kentucky Bring Your Prescriptions Here To Be Compounded When physician has pre scribed n medicine for you to tale, the next Important step is to have that prescription placed In the hands of a thoroughly reliable and competent pharmacist so it will be compounded exactly as directed. We heve gained nn enviable reputation for always txring very careful and painstaking In our compounding and feel that, in all justice to your own good health, you should bring your next prescription hoe. Here, too, you will find a complete and Inviting display ot toilet articles, rubber goods, soaps, perfumes, toilet preparations and all standard remedies. For interior decorating we carry and recommend ALABAST1NE, the beautiful wall coatlnf. Call and sea samples of tints and ask us about It. jour BETSY'S POINTER- S:- lime. "My experience is that the best woman's club a mother takes nn interest in is the one she rolls over the dough, nnd 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 nt Coffey & 'b Phono Llli. Prompt Deliver). Cole-mnn- PENNY'S DRUG STORE. Stanford, Kentucky DEATH We Are J. 44 10 C. McClary Ducks Hides New Reesters .0"3C 2c n 7c Twkeys feathers o b 30 wn IIC 40c UNDERTAKER Olfice Thona 167. AND H. B. Northcott. T. K. Tudor. Mgr. PHONE 153. STANFORD, Bradley's sou; Bradley's knew." Bradley's election without a single sou. EMBALMER j "flrcnt 'God!" said tho woodcoek. -- KY and away he flow. child of Mr. and Mrs. V. J. Hollars died on Sunday September, 10, nt the home of his grand parents, W. M. Gibson near Bronston where they had gone on Saturday for a visit. The little child was taken CHORUS. sick Satin day ni-- ht nnd died Suneletion, without n single, day afternoon nt four o'clock. Much sympathy is felt for the bereaved election "purest I ever parents over the loss of their baby boy. He was n bright little child and all who knew him loved him. He OF LITTLE EARL Earl, (he pre'tt" little HOLLARS. ld COFFEY & COLEMAN, Phone 196. Prompt Delivery. FLY N E.TS a SUfJ 5HDE:5 l JJ FOR SUMMER DRIVING tne comfort ot both Horses and driven should bo specially considered by securing a proper outfit ot lap robes, blankets, fly nets and other necessaries from our complete assortment ot horse goods. Jlere nra light., but strong and durable, slnglo and double harness, admirably suited to road purposes, along wltb a hill line of work kBB II HEN'S FALL CLOTHING Horn Thon. FALL' AND WINTER STYLES. THIRD SPASM. Judge O'Rear said, vhen McCreary hnd won, "Thcio nre two more rncos I'd like to run," Caleb said, "what might they bo!" O'llenr suid "Coroner and Sohool Trustee." i But the Judge's fume will ne'er bo loraot ; He's ttlinoul liko n forget I In. irtues will bo suns in lasting tones, ne-not; J.L.Beazley&Co UNDERTAKERS AND DEALALSO IN FURNITURE, RUGS. THEY WILL FURNITURE EXCHANGE FOR ALL KINDS OF STOCK. GIVE THEM A CALL. PRICE RIGHT. ER MAT-TINO- S, My new full and winter samples aro now ready for your inspection. They comprise the best on the markot can suit anyone as to price who hnd t.i. ninihai mnr- t- ix order. A Blllt made to )our measuie la preferable to reauy maue ciumcn. iu ui iui ifnpRn't post QDT r mpmnrA whpn nualltv u- luurv .i.nm vAfidtf mfiiin iubu v- and fit Is considered. Coma In and let me taKO your meaiiuru. H. C. RUPLEY, The Practical Tailor. .. - leaves a father and mother nnd a little brother to inoinn his Ions. One precious to their hearts has con". A voice they loved is Mill. A place is vacant in their home, which no one cUo can fill. The golden gnto, were opened wide; a gentle voice said "come". And ide on tho other wt loomed their dnrhng home. Earth has lost one look of gladness. Heaven seems to us more bright, since the spirit of their darling took its happy home ward flight. Earl is gone but not Xewr will his memory fudo. Sweetest thoughts will ever linger 'round tho little crave, where he was laid. i nn-jie- ls n. It is time you were thinking ofS your new Fall Clothing. We take ! JJ pride in inviting you to see our Z 2 new Fall Suits. They are correct 2 JJ in style, perfect in fit andmoderatej in price. J harness ot the best quality at flat prices. J. C. McCLARY, Stanford. Ky. m W Ej. rerKins, V CRAB ORCHARD, Kentucky. $Z.J- vU-'ni U 1M, jU.. eieWW -- - -- irU-? .i.vw ., JVt mry -- VtJ-y i : It m THE INTERIOR JOURNAL STANFORD. KENTUCKY TUESDAY. SEPTEMBER 26. 1911 . (I Ht A iN iM .! III Mi IN ( lb ( I1 4. if iii ill ! ill ih . if. it. ik Jl Jt th lb 4 A ill it. A WWVWVWlWWVWWWWWWW.VWWVWW.WWWW.!IWWyW..1IWW...1. it. d. 1 d. . d. . JS $ 0' ss S That New Tailored Suit. $9.50 These suits can't be duplicated as they are made from simile bolts of material and were bought cheap hence our low prices. WE BELIEVE WE HAVE SOLVED THE QUESTION FOR YOU &o$ooooooa& $oa' I os 5 S fit a go $25 and $22.50 FIRST WE VISITED THE STYLE CENTER OF AMERICA AND WHAT WE SHOW YOU ARE. STYLES THAT ARE 8H0WN IN NEW YORK $11.75 For an value, sizes all-wo- plain and fancy clothes In Coronation colors, They might look better if priced at $35 but they would be no better. In We show a large range of exclusive styles STORES. THEY ARE ABSOLUTELY CORRECT. SECOND- scrqe satin lined, Navy or Black, a reqular $15 years to bust 44. A LY OUR PRICES ARE LESS THAN IN THE CITIES AND LARGER TOWNS AS IT IS LESS EXPENSIVE TO SELL IN THE SMALLER WHO LOOK SOLD FOR $27.50 to $37.50 Wc saw suits like these in the New York retail stores marked $40 to $50. You can buy at home at our low prices. t o to to 12 serviceable suit. f $16.50 For a biq line of serqe and Scotch mixtures. These are swell suits and they would look cheap at $20. Choice at $16.50. TOWNS. THIS IS SO TRUE THAT OUR CUSTOMERS ELSEWHERE JUST ADMIT THE SAME SUITS LESS MONEY AT THIS STORE. MENT. COME IN AND LOOK. ARE LET US PROVE THIS STATE- our line of suits on account of its bigness alone but the styles are choice too. Our customers who look make many favorable comments. We bcliivc you will make no mistake in looking. We are not enthusiastic about Op. og 9m Sheriff . .a. QQOQ OQ - . o o o o o o vo oftoocj&osi... oaoeaouB. .a. .a. . : Si MOi.ZiMJWMJi$&Ki7:i: to .a. .a. - a. .a. .a. .a. a. .a. .a. .a. .a. .a. .a. wwowuuwochjo $o&oooooo0O$o$ o & o o .. QQQZi&i:i i.H.MVWUi.iUitWJii.iJM i.iiiiQi'iiWiQ'M:SQQQOOi .- - (L. ala aa as) aa .a .a. .a. .a. .a. .a. .a. a. a. ... ... .......... tis 10 & . .a. WOQOOQ .a. .a. .a. .a. .a. o o o ::: oo$$o$$$$$$$o$gi &&o&ft&&&i .... SflayjaftftfttV-ftar- ' I t SOCIAL and PERSONAL W. I. JlcCnrty wont Sntunlny Cincinnati on lmiiif! ri- John Hrcalbitt, of the Statu ciilturnl Department was here hint upfk en r.inln lo I.ilierlv. where lie iirrmiRnl for a farmers' institute. Urban Cns, tbe popular I.. fc N. ujft'iit nt llroilheiul wan here on it to bin lauj?liter, .Mrs. L. H. ton liifit week. iit Hil- Frank l'owell W recoverinj; nicely lit his homo in the country from a Liiil attack of appendicitis. .Mm. David DyclioiiBe hntt liei quite ill of Bright's licniic at her home on Whitley Avenue, but is considerably improved now-- . The iittle daughter of Mr. ami Jlrs. J. E. Duck, of Gilberts Creek, has been suffering from an attack of uppendiuitiii but is much better. Mis Mnry HijKiiiri has koiic to Iioek Hill, South Carolina, where shu will buvc charge of the Department of Music at Winthrop, College ili'u term. Mrs. Kiku Lee Anderson after a pleaxant vitit of two months with friend and relatives of Lincoln county, left for her home at Sanger, California Inwt week. Dr. W. Harry Hirciiis npent dayn last week with his brother, Ho Kcv. A. A. Higgiii!, at leaven the last of the month for Itiehmoud, Va., where hu will locate Ula-gow- Spanglcr, of JonoNville, Vn.. is a guest of his brother, Mr. (1. V. &taiigler near Crnb Orchard. Mr. and .Mrs. .1. W. Livingston, who have resided at Spokane, Wn.-for toinc tiny are with relatives in Lincoln eoiiiAy. Thev will again locate in thiN county ivbere they will be welcomed liv a host of friends. Mioses Annie. Jennie and Eveline, Ni'W s. Understood, of Springfield, .Mo., are Mr. and Mrs. C. L. Pyliv of gtirstn of Mr and Mrs. John S. King spent last week with Mrs. II. L. Itogie and wife of Madil"le's parents Mr. nnd Mrs. J. S. son, were guests of Mr. and Mrs. Mreeding. Adair County News. John O. Ho' of Tiirncrsville. ,Mr. nnd Mm. M. E 1'ruitt, of Huniside, were the guests of Mr. nnd Mrs. J.E. Clnunch, Wednesday. Mr. K. M. e, h. e, for the praetiec of his profcFHou. Mrs. W II. Stovnll arrived Satur-cn- y from Cleburne, Texas to viiit Iter iwrentx, Mr. anil .Mrs. K. S. SioiitiMinor'. The Warren (irijrsb.v elinpter V. Willi I. C". Will tneet Tucr-ilny- !rx. II. .1. , .Mcltobcrt this, iiflroooii at three o'eloel;. IcioirHi Howard Walker anil Hur-r- v Stag!.', who have been visiting the latter! mother nnd nistcrs here for the last ten days, returned to KnoYvillu Saturday. Misn Margaret Warren left Saturday for St. Augustine, Fla., wheie hbc will teach in tho school for the deaf this coining term. Clarence E. Wood- -, of Itiehmoud, wan here n short timo last Friday mi route to Crab Orchard. Mrs. Joe Miller, of Covington nnd Mrs. N. Miller, oT Lnnnaster. were guets of Mrs. !. D. Wearen here Friday. Don C. Edwards, of London, for-tacongressman from the Eleventh district, was here Iat Friday having hay and feed from the J. II. itaughmau A. Co. Rev. J. T. Chasteeu has been on the sick list at his Lome inthu conn-ti- y for several days. Miss Jessie Cook, of Nashville, is the guest of her sister, .Mis. Oeorge It. Cooper here and other relatives in IJncoln. .Mr. W. S. Fish, of Stanford, wns here on iiisiirniue bu&ine-.- s Saturday. Liberty News. Miss Edna Camnitz of Huston-villhas been the guest of her sister, Mrs. Walter Vnnnrsdall. on the Lexington pike. Danville Advocnte. W. II. (Free Silver) Johnson, of Wilmore, came over to hear the three guns Clark, MeCreary nnd Jume- - Wednesday. Inwreiicebiirg -cr Millinery opening Friday JOlli. You nre invited. Straub. Sale. My house and lot on Whitley avenue near Miller street House contains five rooms and sum tucr kitchen; running water, nnd Just the prettiest and most htylish theiu is a good cistern on the place Indies hats ever seen in Stanford lot is feet long by 7(i feet nnd will be shown at .Mis. Ella .May lias a stable and all necessary outA bargain E. WilkinSaunders' opening Thursday after- buildings. 75-son. Stanford. noon, Sept. U8. Mist-c- s Sept., T .J. Hurleson soil his fnrn of ncrcs for .1700. Viola Itcynolds daughter of (!. T. Reynolds is ill with typhoid fever. His daughter Mary died of the disease about one month ao. Miss Meeciit llorton formerly of this place d:ed nt her home in Eu-- lar. ii cow and cnlf for thitty dol .My oHMiing of fall and winter For Sulc My homo tin lower millinery will occur on Friday, Sept. Main street. Possession at once. 20. The ladies are ordially iuviUnl, Mrs. .(. C. Lynn. Mrs. L U. Cook. C7tf Wc hn" n bujer Tor a farm ot Books for your state and county about 100 acres well improved nnd taite nre now ready. Please cull on pike. If you have nnything near and settle. W. L. McCarty, sheriff. this, lint it with us. Hughes & C2tf Stanford. Motion pictures at the opera house Friday and Saturday night. Phone No. 168 for fire insurance The Interior Journal and the Weekon your tobacco In barn. R. M. New-lan- d ly Cincinnati Knqulrer on0 year for Aaent. 1.30. Tho weekly Enquirer Is a splen . did farm and family paper. Low Colonist rates to destinations in the west northwest and southwest The Eastern State Normal school Tickets on via Southern railway. 6iile daily September 15th to October U showing up splendidly under the vigorous and progressive leadership nth, 11)11 inclusive. For further information, ns any of President J. G. Crabbc. The for the full term shows a agent, A. It. Cook, DPA Louisville, E. I). Strntton. DAP, Evanville, Ind. 25 per cent increase. Lincoln counJ. C. llcnm, Jr., AGPA, St. Louis, ty nlvvuys hns u good attendance at this great institution. Mo. y, bank, of typhoid fever. The remains were brought to Double Spring church where the funeral services were held )v Kcv C. T. Cluunch. After which t1)! rrnimiis Mere laid to in the I -. c .l."prnigs lts--t emc tcry. .yiiipaMly is felt for the bereaved family. Kcv. Claunch al- o prenchc the fuot-f- t' of James Wilson on Sunday. Misses Cora and Eva Singleton tvlertninc ! at tli-i- r home on Tuesday evening in honor of a number of their friends, among whom was Miss Loin Gooch of Indianapolis, M-ic- JlKI. Among those who took advantage of the excursion to Itish Uridge Sunday week were Misses Eva i Gooch, I.cl.i .ml Maude Kig-ne- y nnd Messrs. Ivin Hell. Oliver Singleton Wallace Svveei ty nnd Marion Caldwell. Uo-ici- 'Nuff Sed" We are showing a full line of Queen Quality shoes in Fall Styles, CiiiDiriiDe&'WeareD, Stanford, Ky. JUNCTION CITY. A house of Mr. T. E. Dean residing hero wns burned last week. The origin of the fire is unknown. Judgtt L. W. Bethuvum of Mt. Vernon was in our town Inst week. The Judge is a pleasant and affablo gentleman. An accident occurred in our city Thursdny evening which was remark able and seemed to bo unavoidable. Sam Trainer , who runs a huckster wagon from our town over the country picking up produce, had his little six year old boy in the wagon, with him nnd on renehing the cent"-o- f the town the wagon came in contact with the automobile of Mr. George McKoberts nnd tho wagon Aus near demolished, throwing Train er and the hoy out damaging both them badly, and the auto went on not much crippled but ns I understand Mr. McKoberts got out and extended much sympathy nnd told Dr. Steele to give them cspecinl attention with tho big heart of a Kentucky gentleman. Protracted meeting began nt tho Christian church Sunday night conducted by the Kevs. Dwight and Joe Montgomery. We expect fini singing as choir practice is going on every night. Come everybody and hear some good preaching. Charles Hurke, of your county ami Miss Hessie Prvwitt, of this place ran off to Knoxville to get mnrried. Stomach troubles vanish when For Sine. First class ladies' bugStomnch Tablets nre takgy horse; guaranteed for Indies. en. n Watcr-brnsheaviness, sour71-- tf John Cook. ness and gas disnppear in a few Nice family inaro and stanhope for minutes. .Guaranteed for indigestale nt bargains. Apply at this of- tion. Ask G. L. Penny; 50 cents.. fice Postiiuiritcr Floienco has installed power gaso- 42 new lock boxes in the post office For Sale. busi-l.eline engine; used less than a year necessitated by the increasing nt the local office. and for sale only because too light, lor work required; a bargain. ApWAYNESBURG. 71-ply nt this office. h, 7.1-tf. tf ss WOMAN Somer-e- ESCAPES OPERATION WasCured by LydiaE.Pink-barn'- s Vegetable Compound ElwootL Ind cured mo nud Lotties of Lydia E. Plukhain's vvns I havo only taken not walk. "Your remedies have biu UOIIIPOIIIHI. six months nnd coulc I suf- sick three VegeUw 1 tlint Jiyilla J:. lMiikluuirn you. dotk Thmxluy moi'iiing Coiiipounil will help wilto tofin- -lrst. l'lnhliniu nt Lynn, For finic 2 lmro of stock m ti w. S. Fish rcoreseuls only the Vol IP letter TIiiss.. mlitco. will ho absolutely coulldcntial. IStato linuk A Trust Cumpatn. T)to,hest and stronnest Insurance com UUd tho lulvlco Ircc. uailles. Let him keep YOU DrotectCtl. TrnW. TL F. P. No I Wjic-tnlilo I . i car. Thev were accompanied by Mrs. J. p. K. MeKeown. of Louisville, Hr. Ad.inis' sister nnd nlio Mis Hlnck flivens. Mr. Cla'ide Ilibl n splendid vounir man of Stanford is now emploved in the Louisville Store, and is makIiul. Why will women tnfco chances wltU ing good nf one or the beet clerks in nn openttlou or drag out n sickly, (own, London Echo. existence, missing three-fourtof tho Joy of living, when they can llud health In Lydla 11 llnkkam SHORT LOCALS. Vegetablti Coininnind V For thirty years It hns been tho ntaudard remedy for female, ills, and For Sale My hoiro on East Main lias cured thousands of women who havo liccn troubled with such aliOStf II. C. Haughman. ments m displacements, inrlammatlon, The Ladies of the Baptist MiMon- ulceration, tlbrold tumors, irregularl-HeiKirlodlo pains, hackacbe, Indiges- nrv Soeinty. who nr going to Dun- ille hi the hack will jilivise meet in tion, and nervous prostration. o'. If you Imyo tho slightest doubt front of the lio- -t office, nt csieclally my right one, nud down my i WTHjrrr inglit, leg. 1 began to feol better wlieii I had taken only one bottlo of Compound but kept on ns I was afraid to stop too soon." .Mrs. Baiuk Ml llls, 273 X. U. St., half-hearte- d u( n, J. Adam drove "on, for I could over from Ilusfonvillo Inst Friday in sUTv hiirilly stand tho Mr. Ailam' haudomo new overland Im'LSnairl. I11V filllf.t. 2aflaMaKasW milnS " fered nil the time. Tho doctors said I could not Rut well without nn opcra- 111 Congressman Unrvev Helm the (lliamp Clark celebration nt Lawreiiceburg last week and introduced Ollie James when he spoke at Hrrndsburg that night. Mrs. W. J. Davis and daughter, Miss Maigaret. of Danville, Mr. and Mrs. Will Wolfolk and daughter and Mr. Will Bryant, of Lexington, hnvc been guests of Mr. H C. Snn-didand family in the West End. Misses Mnrv Hnnkiu nnd Margue-ri- e Arnold, of Ijincaster, have entered Madison Institute, nt Itichmond. Miss I.enn Nnpier visited her cousin, Mcsdamcs IiW II. Mitchell nud llussell Dyehe on her wav home to Crab Orchard from Pine ville. Lon-'o- n Sentinel Mr. nnd Mrs. I?ussell Dillion, of Lincoln county, were here last week visiting Col. nnd Mrs. W. IL Dillion London Kchn. Mr. nnd Mrs,. A. t Times. i Thrr a mor CaurrU lu this irctloa it 11)4 country put tucfUirr. tail until tbe UM tela .U olbtr urMwr4 to tut iiirurablr. lor a rrt"l lew yrmn au&r ytATt doctors pronounrcil It a loral ie&e afii pmrnlwd lural rrruitlim. sail bjr roiistantlr Islitn tn ruir 111b. local trralinrnt. pcoaounosl It Inrursbha. Sclcor has pruTru titarrti to be a cunstltuttonal anil thrrclors rvxjulrc roastltutloluU tlratmrot. Hall a CaUtrh Cure, manufactured by K J, Oicccr CU. Toliilo. Ohio. Is Ox Mly Ooastltutleul cure .a tti market It U taaen taumallr In ihm trum 10 drop to a teaspoonfiil. It art directly tbe btoad au4 mucous aunarcfl c. ILc )ftm lliey offer .ae U talla to cure. Scud hundred d'i,aie tor any 'or circulars nl I J ( III .U V 4 CO, Toledo. Obii A!Ur.ai HnM bT DtuilMa, He. list Hall a lamilv I1U lor cautiDaUon. . rs The 2i)th of September is tho last day for filing merchants nnd miscellaneous claims to bo allowed by the Fiscal Court nt its October meeting. George H. Cooper, County 72-lcrk We're setting tho best meal in town for 25 cents; everything new and clenn. Come to seo us. C. L. Gover, at Horton's old stnnd. Miss Dora L. Hrovvn, 42 years of nge, of Liberty died last week at Louisville, St. Joseph's lnfiimnry where hho hnd recently undergone a Mirgienl operation for cncorotis tumor. She was iiecompnuieil to Louis ville by her brother, J. W. Hrown, .iiul Bister. Her father nlio survives her. Tho lady was taken to for interment in the family's private Imr.ving ground. IIus-tonvil- lo For Slile. One sh.ivo of stock in & be sold publicly next county court dav, October 0. T. A. Hient II. I). . Stnnfortl, Ho.v 81. 7u-2- p. State Hank Stnnfonl; to Tiust Company, of llnttvr frtun the Stanford Creamery took second prUe nt tho stare Everybody hero thinks it fair. fihould havo had first prize The Parent Teachers' Association will bo organized nt the City S.ihnol ehnpel W'edncf-dnnftcrnoon Lverv father nnd mother of t pupil is urged to he present. Our graded school opened August 7th, with Profs. McMullin and Wheel t'on as teachers. Am unable to give the pxne enrollment to date but will say the enrollment is larger than has been for yenis, still there are some boys 'that loaf nround the stores mid whittle on goods boxen thnt hnd better be in bchool while they have the opportunity. If the people in und around Wayne.-burwho hnve children out of school would do their duty as well as the teachers do we would still havo a better school. The district should feel proud of the teiu'hcrs, they have selected, and the trustee should use ell precaution toward the pupils, and teachers, and tec that all pupils attend and the teachers have the proper attention .of the trustees. The patrons that were so opposed to the eroded school will see the benefit of it in a short while. A little mite of tax seemed to be the elephant in the loud in the beginning. Hev. C. T. Cl.uinch filled his regular appointment at the Ilnptist church Saturday ami Sunday reek and Imptir.ed the two candidates Sunday afternoon that were not ready for baptism nt the close of the protracted meeting. The two boys that were taken up and' fined $KI.:i5 each for throwing rocks nt tho church dining the protracted meeting and were taken to .ail to pay the iiuo seemed to think they didn't have enough came home Sunday "howl owl" and seemed to think they could take the town und abuse the people as thev enuio to llitiiu. Deputy Sheriff T. S. took charge of them, but released thrni on good promises thnt thuv would gti to their homo and be have thcinsclu'B. The good peoplo ot Waynenburg will not stand for anything of the kind and tho boys need not get such stuff into their Hey-nohU NEW GOODS. of Fall Goods just Received. Z3SS? Catarrh A Partial List Cured by The Marvel of The Century, U. C. B. Tested for 30 Years. Hawking, spitting, foul, breatk, discharges of yellow matter permanently cured with pure liotanlcal Ingredients. To prove it wo will send you a 8AMPLE TREATMENT FREE CATAKUH 18 NOT ONLY DA.NUKK-OUbut It causes ulcerations, death and decay of bones. Kilts ambition often causes Qosg) of appetite, nnd reaohes to general debility, Idiocy and insanity. It needs attention at once. Cure it by taking Botanic Blood Balm (B. B. u.) It Is a quick radical perma nent cure because It rids tbe system of the polfon germs that cause citarrb at the same time Blood Balm (B. B. B.) purifies tho blood, does away wltft overy symptom ot catarrh. B. B. B. sends a tingling flood ot warm, ncn nuro blood direct to the paralyzed uerves, and parts affected by oatari-lia- l warmth and poison, giving Btrength Just where It Is needed, nnd In this way making a perfect lasting hciui. euro of catarrh In all Its forms, DHIK1 II, II. Singleton and wife uro vis- OlaT.S or by express, t PER LAUUK iting J. II. Caldwell and other rela- ilOTTLU. with directions for home euro. bJAMPLK SLNT KithE by writ-intives in Marathon, O. Blood Balm Co., Atlanta Ga.i DesWe do not notice so many tie wagons in our little town nny more, cribe your trouble and free medical given. Sold by Stingf. and raihord mm must bo on tho bum. advice S g tEKBW ' SERGES, ' ' - MADRAS. OUTINGS, PICTURES. GINGHAMS, ' .IV 'if I I r i e ' !. BARRETTES. BEAUTY . PINS, BELT BUCKLES. SHOES Etc., Eta. Come In And Look Them Over. Hughes, Martin & Co.. Stanford, Ky. 9 ftHlrJjaiUIBt ata1JataXCTmyryv-wL- . jtfrajrjj I assWax!sWr',TW,r? iKsfew iMV. t i,sW.aW-- . - ' cj, mt QriAAjV St., jt . . iMlhas fy-- ir' -- v "T7- - v ' .i THE INTERIOR JOURNAL, THE FARMERS It. Iletl yearling Iicifcr. l75-'-'- t. (. VrnoM Stnnford, Ky. For Sale Old llrucc lit cry 1mm on Depot street. Will sell publicly County Court day October 0. Termu mey. J. C. Eubanks. Strayed, from my place big Itlnek sow weighing from -- 00 to 'J.'iO pounds Any information leading to her recovery will be rewarded. A. T. 71'J Stanford. l'rnitt Thompson bought n old tnurc irom 1'hil B. Thompson for Ivtlmv Xun-nelley, STANFORD. KENTUCKY. TUESDAY. SEPTEMBER 26. 1911. Sheriff H. O. Pox of Doyle fold to Dr. Al Itnnkin 20 hcml of mules to go to Alabama pnrties nt $140. nt St raved. Prom the depot Shelby City n bay horse 15 hnnds high black mane nnd tail between nine nnd eleven venrs old with n knot I lie size of n marble on his right knee. A liberal reward will he paid for his whereabouts of his return to Sum W. Wcslerfield nt Hanna's Green Seal "The one-thi- rd Lexington TROTHS Made-to-We- ar Paint" two-third- October UHLAN 1 3-- 14 V Josh Wilson bouuht n pnir of jnnre Inulcq from .). M. Ciess for $'M0, he nlso ltomjlit n horse mule for $1.'I0, nnd cattle for $30. n pair of II year-old J. 0. IJnvs sold 10 head of one mid two year old cattle to Charles Lutes nt 3 to 4 cents V. It. Gaines fold a pnir of horse mules to J. It, Ooj;-iri- n for $;J45! sold n 'mare mure to Hubert Kmlirv for $120. lohn Davis bouuht a bunch of calves from 11. It. Hownrd nud others nt from $'J to $12 each. Frank Iloltrclnw bought CO bur-re- ls of com of Win. 1). Klmorc nt $3 delivered. Mcnefee Klmorc bought n hunch of 9.1 pound Inijis of S. S. Elmore at 0 cents. J. II. Harris sold n brood mate to Hubert C'nrpenter for $101.f0. J. I. Ilodgers bought n hunch of. 00 pound hogs of J no. II. Anderson ot fl cents; also a hunch of Win. Mueller nt 0 cents J. C. Acton sold to Andy Acton marc for $1C0. h Onrncr 1'rice bought a pair of hore mules of Henry I'riee of Science Hill, for .$2S0; also 18 0.10 pound mixed cattle from James cents, n fnt cow Lanzliu at 3 from Win. Yancey for $u0, n fat cow and heifer from Hiram Thompson, foi $43. He sold Georuc Hoone Mime heifers at $3.70, some fat cows nt $840: some hulls to J. H. Ilnugli-mo- n -ld -4 lf0. nt 3 4 to 3 1-- 2. Hubert Thompson bought 20 stock ere. nt the Carpenter sale nt 3. It Is believed that James I). Hag-..ri- n will with the Hurley Tobacco Society, not only in its plan pooling of the annual for a props, hut iiNo for the establishment of an immense manufactory ns well as other arrangements to eliminate the middlemen. J. P. Middletnn, of Mnplegrove Stock Farm, 'of Shelbyvillc, held n sale of Jersey cattle and Dnroc Jersey ho;,'s last tteeck. The Jersey cattle, which included four head of ngid cows mid fi:i of heifers, brought n toiai of $ii,oi.l, iu average of $177 a head. The top price was for .MnjeMy'b Oxford Ijiss, for ttliieh $1,030 wns paid. The 83 head of Duroc-.Tersebrought a total of $2,000 an average of $200. Jov Oldlinm, of .Madison bought last Meek from T. J. Curtis 52 1330- ten-year lu-n- I'nrksville, Ky. Mr. Allen S. Kdelen, of Durgin, where has returned fro Knoxville he nit ended the Horse Show held in connection with the Appalachian Imposition. lie sold Wonderland Chief, dnm of Chester Dare ninre Chief, for the sire Montgomery handsome sum of $3,000. He sold another horse for $1,000 nnd sov-crothers nt splendid prices. His great Dolicmian took second prue among twelve entries nt the Stntc Pair. Louisiana is said to control the price of this year's sugar crop nnd if it does not bring f cents a pound or better from the ttusts it is said the committee will sell wherever the market is favorable. The sale of J. G. Carpenter nnd son. near Crab Orchard, Thursday, Itityera were was well attended. present lrom Garrard, Hoekcastlc, and I'ulnski. Col. J. I Chandler cried (lie sine una Kept me Diuucrj on ttic run. Good prices were obtained for cvrything sold nnd thu entire sale total will approximate $3.,i00. Those intcrcsteu say this was one of the most satisfactory sales held in a long time. At noon the crowd fared sumptuously on u nice hot dinner of burgoo, coffee and lighthrend, which Mr. Carpenter had several helpers dispense to right and left. After the crowd were through entiii" considerably more than the proverbial seven baskets remained. Some of the prices obtained were' as follows: coach horse to Hob-tr- t Thompson nt $150. Five-ye- n Gnlton gelding tp J. 1. Chandler at $134. Galton gelding to J. D. Lenvell. of Gnrrard at ?140. Chester Jewell gelding to J. O. Sprntt at $102. Denmark brood mnre to Hiatt Stignll nt $00. Two Jennets to J. 1'. Hodgers nt it'M nnd $.14 each. Jvnrge Holmes bought s. yearling jack at $130. A good jack was taken down nt $475. nl -ld ld Pour-year-old Two-year-o- ld F.ight-vear-old If you expect to do ny panting, ye are interested you should be in the quality of the paint to be wed. s, material M any given job of painting, labor represents practically the cost It stands to reason that with so much expense in labor, the enduring quality of Um paint m all important. Why have the painting done unless the protection and 'dutsbility of the job is sought? How is one to determine the true value and obtain paint that maybe depended upon for durability? HANNA'S GREEN SEAL PAINT IS NOT A SECRET. Thk paint bat Greatest in the World :582 - Tuesday, $2 1,000 Futurity 3,000 Tonnossoo Stako - Tuosday, - Wednesday, 5,000 Futurity 3,000 McDowell Stako Wodnosday, 5,000 Transylvania Stako Thursday, The makers have confidence and take pride the composition of the paint. IS THIS OF ANY VALUE TO YOU ? rOR OALK BY the printed formula on every package. in the quality and tell the public IT OUGHT TO BE. Pence Bros.,Stanf ord, Ky The barn owned by Fred Griffin near Dnmlle on the Lancaster pike was destroyed by fire Tuesday night His workshop nearby was ulso on firu but neighbors gathered in quick-- 1 nud saved the shop building. With the barn 200 hales of stiaw, self- binder, lot of hay cud com wcie consumed. There is considerable mystery about the file. James L. Hutehiiis, of Boyle, bought last week of Prank Tntnmc 13 extra good cattle nt a nickel and a dollar on the head premium J. Let- - Preston ot the Parksvillc section sold to David Hankin two 2car-ol- d horse mules for $23S. J. D. Whitehouse, of Doyle bought 15 steers from Garrard traders at 4 cents per pound. J. D. Chestnut of Marksburt bought n Wilkes mare from Fores-tu- s ' Htid for $140 Over in the Flntwood section of Garrard Kd. Portwood sold n mule coll for $00. Geo. Miller sold n Abe Faulkner mule colt for $100. sold three hogs to unison Gufney for $21. Press linker bought six hogs from Lee Anderson for $18. Geo. Miller bought a work mare from Mr. Giistineau for $140. S. L. Daird sold a pair of mules to Grant Hammonds for $100. G. W. Plain is building a new residence on the land he purchased from John Longworth. A patron of the News writes us from Campbellsvillc, stating that Mr W. I. Meader is very much elated bv out a half acre of corn grown Mr. hint. The writer states that Mender svs that every stalk on the half acre is 13 feet tall, and thut Mr. G. II. Gowdy, who knows the patch, sajs that every ear on tho sjnlks arc from 15 to 20 inches long and six inches through nt the bottom. We nre well acquainted with Mr. Menders' forming capacity ns he is a former resident of Colum-h!- n W'lmn hr lie was known n ft -j Oct. 3 Oct. 3 Oct. 4 Oct. 4 Oct. 3 Groat Froo For All Paco 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 "ItST I; . l 1I""1 ..(lo ; 'I.J nnt.te $475. Itrngir Thompson bought a Dignity Dare suckling filly for $80, also 3 weanling mules nt $00. $75 nnd $84 ni'di. Two horse mules at $114 nnd $134 each Yearling mules brought from $73 to $100. Jersev heifers brought from $25 ti 3!1. Jersey cows rrom $40 to .J,30 suckliuu Jersey cclves from $10 to $30. A bunch of steers sold nt from ci V. In i oo SALE OF Distilleries I 1. And Farms offer for sale privately the following property: ' 1 20,000 barrel storage capacity and bottling house all complete, also cribs for 3,000 barrels of corn. The brands of whisky made by this distillery have a national reputation. 2. The Dudderar's Mill property containing about 50 acres of land and a water and steam grist mill of 50 barrel capacity, which has recently been overhauled and y brick dwelling Kjta at the mill. made up to date; also a 3. The John Speonamore farm of about, 120 acres, containing frame dwelling and outbuildings. 4. The John TrayUr distillery property of 7 acres at Gilbert's Creek station. The distillery has a capacity of 36 bushels and a storage capacity of 4,000 barrels. The John Traylor farm of 198 acres, with frame dwelling and outbuildiags. 5. I This property is all on Dix river, in Lincoln county, Kentucky, and all on the Geshea turnpike except the John Traylor property, which is on the county road lead- from the Gilbert s Creek station to Dudderar s Mill. For further particulars, address two-stor- 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 all modern conveniences, including bath and water heating apparatus; all necessary outbuildings in splendid state of repair. The Edcewood distillery has 103 bushels capacity with FARM FOR SALE OR RENTl HULF-FiR- E ON RAILROADS MUSIC BY WEBER. near Millersbuty, was sold nt public K. WiNon of Mt. sale ot Mr. W. Will sell privately my farm nf Sterling for $120 per acre. Piiited States Senator Thomas II. about 200 no res in Lincoln comity, I'ayntcr closed a deal last Friday Ky., S miles enst of Stanford on for the purchase of the lk'IL'air Dix Hivcr. 80 acres in corn, JO stocl farm, in Franklin county, from neres in meadow, bnlnncc in blue n Thomns I). Kennedy, the grass, has a four room tenant house OUR DUTY to our departed ones it plain. We lumberman and Jersey cattle breed 2 L'oad barns, nud othir outhouses should erect an appropriate MEMORIAL over er. The farm (ontnlu mi ncr.s. g0od stone spring house, small oreh and while the price paid is a private am. Plenty oi stock water, good their final resting place. jiic, it is said to be comcthiiig like fencing. A monument is not expensive unless you care $120 an acre, making the farm bring School house joining this farm. to have it so. $13,000. This farm bought from W. J. Lewis by .Mr. Kennedy some three Will sell all together or in two Our work is unsurpassed and considering qualtracts. Terms easy. If not of four yenrs ago. and was at that ity, is very cheap. We have a large stock to sesold will rent for ensh for 1012. time noted as the breeding place of Will nlso sell half interest in 80 a number ot noted trotting nors lect from. that sold for large prices. This is acres of corn to bo cribbed on plneo tho highest price ever paid for a I nud 12') ncrcs of and utnlk farm of equul sir.e in that cou'jIv. ; fields. Grass hasn't been grazed The big sale of registered Jerseys this year held by Mr. Kennedy at Hilleair was Mrs. Walter Warren, Lexington, Ky. 142 N. Broadway, I Mere were buyers most successtul. present from Indiana, Ohio. Ten- PUBLIC SALE OF FARM nessee. Mississippi, Missouri. IlliAND PERSONALITY. nois nnd Kentucky. P.ighty head of bulls, eows and heifers sold for a total of $12,300. The highest price Having decided to chnuge cljm.itcs, STANFORD, KENTUCKY $G2.", was paid for a hull by the Ken 1 will on i September 23, 1911 lock farm, of Kirksille, Mo. This ( farm also bought the highest priced cell my farm of 70 J 2 ucres. near; cow, $4110. The Kcnlock farm was old McCormack's church 0 miles the large-- l purchaser at the sale west of Stanford, Ky., it ha on it sec iring 211 hciiij for $:i.0!).'i. n two story uwetlm ot 0 rooms, .1. P. Turner sold to John Taylor douhle hall, o porches, concrete celr.inl Melvin Laud, at Xiclioln-vill- t' . lar, u larve cUtern ut the door, "nil the Niilmhisville eiennierv for $1,100 necessary outbuildings, nu ludiin; n This plant which is comparatively hir.'u tobacco barn, with cistern ulso new, cost nhoiit $3,000 nnd it is to four never failing sprinc on the bo hoped will be revived again n n linn, one mile from church nnd should be n paying; investment. school, in one of the. best neighborhoods in Lincoln county, wth the J I'. Turner sold to John Taylor rulvnutuKu of a rural route and teleTO-DA- Y. and Meh in Land ut Nicholasville, phone attached. 1 pair horse mules, the creamery there for $1,400. The Will aNo cos! .ibout $3,000. The Stanford one family liujnsy horxe one complant, which is comparatively new. bined horse lis cood a driver as can Creamery is one of the few in the be found ntiywhere kind and gentle. state which seems to ho rim on bus- - rimy woman or child can dmc unit. 1 d one incss principles at.d makini.' monev. Si ewes, sood one. pound shojt.s, .'I sous nnd p'u;s, Acting Governor P.runcr has of- lerrd n lew.ird of 'f'.'OC for the ar farmiuc implements of all kinds binder. rest ol (no pen-on- s who distributed ( onsitiiisr of one Dceriiif: Palis sreen on the farm of Joseph one turning plow, other plows, one 1 ! IF Qrcs; in Harrison countv. 41i;Ull, ll, I .11.1 W. a. Jlt'lCl Tennyson or Longfellow could eiur.rics, one ruiioor lire ns goon as tiike ii worthless sheet of paper, of harnesb, other thini; Turkeys nre reported as bciiifr a write a poem on it nnd make it j'ood crop this season, while ducks h1" numerous to mention, Household worth $fi5.0u0. vill be short ns wns the ciiso last nnd kitchen furniture, th's is nil That's Genius. enr. The drouth has hud a dire i.f- - compiira lively new. A lot of fowls. feet on the duck crop inasmuch ns some pure strum white, Wyaiidotte Morgan enn write n few wotJs to the wi'fare of the "jroblilers,'' has end white leghorns. on a sheet of paper and mnke Terms mad" known on day of to thrive. On the other hniid. the it worth W.OOO. supply of trrnssjioppers. so essential sale. 71-- :. That's Capital. J. M. CAKTKU. JK. to the we f nre of the "gobblers," iu been found wautim:, au-- l follownot Your wife can buy u coat for ing the drv sprint: and summer, con$10, but prefers one that dition warrant looking forward to will cost .f.'iO. plentv of Tlinnksjrjvinj; turkeys, That's Natural. with u sufficient surplus to supply the Christmas dinner also. Anyone can write a check for WO.OOO.OOO, but it wouldn't Rrent corn raiser, his principal tool being a spoon. Adair County News G. W. Lewis sold to J W. Palmer a wennling mule for $115. The A. T. Vimout farm 107 acres Fou Bale X - rsiuabTa IimHy, mare nun pnacton, good as T.'itC Mr. Snllie It. Saulloy. Every World's Champion from Yearling up, Present iu, Sensational Racing Daily. MONUMENTS ! well-know- sep-'nra- te s WrrL Adams & Son. s-- J FIRST NATIONAL BANK. www. i -- PROGRESSIVE STRONG ACCOMMODATING And Seeking Your Bank Account. CAPITAL $50,000. Open an Account With us SURPLUS $25,000 1 Imu-Irc- . 111 I 1 I HANDSOME AT III HOME PUBLIC SALE WE MAKE LOANS whenever warrant bo wtrrth n dime. That's Reuqh. Some millers may tell you thev cun make hettci Hour than -- a. R. F. D. 4, W. H. Traylor, Stanford, Ky. health making it necessary for mo to Kive up hoiibekeepim;, I have decided to sell nt public auction on Saturday, Oct. 7. 1911, promptly at 10:30 o'clock, my residence situated on Mniii street, situated within 3 squnrefl of the best frruded school in the atute. This U one of tho most desirable homes in tho town, contain- intr about three and one-lmacres with u nice cottage of seven Inrge rooms, front uud back porches, a splendid cistern, new meat house and packing room, ueu poultry house uud splendid ne.w burn in tuct, nil' thu outbuildings am new and modem. Tho place has never failing witter, uud hits two nice grass lots. Will ulso sell my household nud kitchen furniture, consisting of two nice bedroom sets, with lurgu ipuui-lit- y of bedding, set of nice dining loom chairs, hnmUomo sideboard, eurpets, rugs, tables, rockers, comparatively new range uud oil stovj, nil kitchen utensils, several sets of harness, break curt, pony curt, splendid phueton bugjv, good as new and other articles too numerous to mention. Terms ensy nnd mudc known on day of sale. 7.r).td D. S. Carpenter. litis-tonvill- e, lf On approved security ours. conditions That's , Gall. it Prefer- ence, of course, being given to our regular depositors1 Our Xo. 1 Fancy Patent Flour is as good us can bo made, it ml is sold ns low ns such quality can be offered. THAT'S THE TRUTH. On sale with every grocerymau in. ''Ktnnford. J. H. BAUGHMAN & CO. State Bank Tryst (o. Make your home as modern for your family u a ice, MR. 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