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TUESDAY, POSTMASTER AT In- "'LSI' V 5m P"TVP CIRCULATHN-OV- ER 4JM V LARIEST OF ANY COUNTRY NEWSPAPER IN THE STATE OF KENTUCKY THE FOUNDED 1800. J NQ,. G5 The Interior Journal. JULY 0, 1912 General News Notes R. Speed, a prominent Louis villo millionaire, diod after a' short LONDON r 1 L WEATHER FORECAST Clwdy ami Continue Warn. u 53d YEAR. TUESDAYS AND FRIDAYS. EPW0RTH LEAGUE DAY AT McKENDREE CHURCH py r fr f I ii- - f. t. Because His Paner Said Taft Re Prof. Ireland and Miss Essie lurch. According to Annual Forecast of illness. Younn Folks Hold DeJiatitful ud Edwin R. Linney lias been Amona the Passenaers Who Crop Made by Cincinnati Pacelved Stolen. Nomination Blow Profitable All Day Session SunCrnb Orchard, July 8. postmaster nt Danvillo by Were Badly Hurt. perLocal Situation. At Freedom of Press Good as Won. day at Hubble. Robert Lnssing, sou of Judge John President Taft. M. Lnsaing of tho Court of Appeals, William J. Rarncs, Jr., the notorsuperintendProf. J. W. Roland, t Rccnuso tlio London Echo, of Unless all indications fail and dis ious New York republican One of the most delightful Sundav a very serious injury Owing to tho good weather Mon sustained boss, is ent of tho Stanford City Schools, astrous conditions confrjnt the to prominently mentioned luv, there was not n largo crowd of while bathing in tho swimming pool which ho is manager, declared that ns chairman services iu this section in many quite here today. Ho cut an artery in his Taft received a stolen nomination at nnd Miss Esther Rurch, also of this bacco crop of the United States dur- 01 inn a campaign committee. dnys was at Mclvendrco church Sun farmers hi town. Thcro wcro knee in some manner, on tho Iu a half dozen the strongest city, had narrow escapes from death ing its growing season tho 1012 yield Chicago, Leo R, McHarguc, day when tho Epworth leaguo held a of bunches o cattle at a number bottom of the pool, while divstates tho electors nro all joint meeting at London, Laurel county, when n rear passenger conch on tho while establishing no now record, Nunncllcy's Stock Yards mid trading ing. The young man lost considerthere. Ouito a lanru Roosevelt men and will voto for him disK. C. Divison of the L. & N., jumped will bo considerable heavier than for President if they nro chosen. crowd of leaguo workers went out was good. Much of tho stuff was of able blood, before he was gotten to n wus dismissed last week. A the track near Paint Lick last Sat- Inst year, says the Ciucinnnti EnDr. Harvey W. Wiley, the puro from Stnnford, others came from a medium prude, however, and no physician, but rested fairly well af- patch from Washington said: Danville, and tliero wns a largo gathSenator Hradley has received the urday night, aud turned turtle. About quirer, in its annual review of to- food expert, and a g extra imccs wcro roalucd. Reeves ter the wound had been dressed and rcpubli-enI following letter from Dr. C. P. Gran fifteen passengers were in tho car, bacco prospects, as gathered by its nnnouncos that ho will support ering of tho members there. Tho that brought around n nickel u pound the flow of blood stopped. Young Lnssiiig children of the McKendroe church Postmaster is a student nt field, First Assistant had to bo extra good. nnd several wcro severely hurtt tind correspondents nil over tho country. Woodrow Wilson for president. There is tin apparent tendency in Tliero Was practically no trading Central University, and is n mem I General, doted July 3: "An order Miss Harriett Quimby, one of the gave a delightful entertainment of whatever in mule or horso flesh. A ber of the Student's Hand wh'H has this day been tnnde by direction it is considered remarkable that no practically every section of the most famous Womrn avininrs in tlio songs, recitutions nnd floral exerhero .1:.: -- .,.f nAW J few out of town buyers wcro V,u.".t has been making music at tho of tho President, removing Lee R. ono was killed. The train was due country to plant ssorc tobacco than vrc.r., nna kiueu by a rati from her cises. themselves nnd their teachers and Springs this summer, nil of the play- McIIurgue us postmaster at London, here shortly nfter nine o'clock, but a year ago, except perhaps through- monopinno at Boston Monday. but tliey ehd not secern l fiful g thoy were looking for Tho offerings ers being prominent college men, ex- Ky., for vilfificotion of the Presi- due to the necident, did not get in out the sections of Mrs. Sara P. Decker, of Denver, lurnitdicd delightful entcrtainmei It was a court cept Miss llcrtii Jean Penny, of this dent in the newspaper controlled by until about twelve. for the visitors. Ohio, where the farmers have be- forraor president of the wcro very scuiil. General Fedhim. As the Loudon postofficc is At 11 A. M. Rev. linger, a misday when tho fanners as a general city. Prof. Ireland and Miss Rurch come discouraged because of tlm low eration of Women's Clubs, died nt sionary to China, told of the growth to be plnccd in charuo of tho post- were both brought home. Neither prices which have prevailed for their ban thing remained homo to attend to ns tho result of an of the KILLING IN BELL master's sureties until another np- - sustained mission work in tho far east. any broken bones., but product the past few years. their wheat and other farm work. operation.' pitintmeut is made nnd action ut both weie badly bruised and considAt noon tho Indies of Considerable discussion of poliNotwithstanding tho uncertain After Wnniintr inlinhitnnlt nf Vn. furnished an abundanceMcKcndree tics was heard during the day on Ninth Murder Since Last Term of nu early date is desired, your prompt erable cuticle wns removed from one wenther conditions which have been wee Valley of (rood of a fire in the building things to satisfy the appetite. recommendation for the appointment of Prof. Ireland's limbs, by a seat experienced in many parts of 'the account of tho fact that this was the Court Mines Involved in winch tho telephone exchnne wns A very entcrtnininr afternoon proof 11 successor to Mr. Mcllnrgue will falling on top of him. He wns lam- cco-growing last court day before the gcnorul regions the crop located. Mis Ida Oehsnir. nn nn. gram was furnished by the three be appreciated." primary is held in August 3ul. As Special t. Interior Journal. ed so badly tliat ho was unable to seems to hnvo gono into the field for down a telephone leagues. The welcome address was Senator Hradlev has not thus far go to Frankfort this weekr to con- the most part under fairly fuvor-abl- c orator climbed it U tho first general imuiary that Fox Hidge, Hell County, Ky July pole to satety. delivered by Wilson Alexander, pres-de- nt will bo held in the state since the Slh. Gint Patterson, cheek weigh-mn- n recommended u successor to Mr. duct the teachers' institute there. conditions. It is stated that Gov. Wilson is of the State Central Leagues It adoption of tlio direct primary law Miss Rurch was returning home from The talk nbout the nt the Fox Ridge mines, was poolMellarguos paper has attacked West Virginia, where she had been ing movement in Kentucky appears consideriiifr Sennfnr nflnrmnn nml was highly complimented. Presihy the last legislature, considerable shot and killed by John D. Baker President Tuft in a most outrageous tcnehing during tho past term. She to have carried but little weight with William Combs for chairman of dent F. W. Hinitt of Central Uniinterest is being manifested in it- Inst Friday evening at fi P. M. working. tho growers, nnd it is doubtful if the Jvotionnl Democratic Committee. versity followed with nn address on came up over John Lunce, n manner, said Mr. Granficld. It ac- will bo laid up for several days. Nothing but confidence that nephew Probably the tnosl severely injur- this had any effect on the contem- The committee will m4 in Chicago Good Citizenship, which wns enwho cused (lie President of stealing delefo Patterson's, with Wilson and Marshall to pick joyed from first to last. Harvey Helm litis his rare had boy the gates in (he Chicago convention. struck ed on the train was Lavin Kirk, of plated ncrcage whatsoever. The linker! The National air was then sung by for renominntion won, was heard on prrvium dny. Raker had a wnrrnnt While President Taft has not drawn Pnrksville, Johnson county, who was planting in Kentucky, while tho chairman. every hide. Democrats from Gor-rar- taken out for the I.uncc boy, which the line on criticism as 11 irenernl aboard the train with his bride. He not of significant!" large propor In the direct nrimnrv on Antrim. the leagues, and then Miss Bettio Rojle, Mercer, Casey, Adair, was compromised for four dollars. I'roposltion, uiyl has accorded to was cut over the car and bruised tions, leaves little room to doubt 3rd in Marion countv. Vrnotnr K. Walker rpnd n minor nn tlia T.an.. every officeholder the right to bo ubout the face, a heavy seat pinion that even with poor growing weath- McElroy is seeking the Democratic gue's work that was much compli mid Madison were here and sny that Patterson on the following is a "cinch". Such was drinking and asked Maker why against him fur rcuominution, the ing linn uown until it was removeu er the yield will be heavier than in nomination for County Judge and mented, his a duet was charmingly prominent democrats as Cnpt. Tom l' swore n lie against his nephew. case of McHarguc got on the Presi- by the rescuers. He wns taken off l!Uj. Practically all the large, pro- Judge J. A. Smith the Republican sung by Misses Jula Durham and Pearl Faulconer, which, was followRobinson. J. R. Mount. "Rogo" This ipicstion made Hakcr very an- dent's nerves. tho train nt Paint Lick in zr. gneon ducing states, excepting Ohio, show nomination. Many say that in ousting Mc- scions condition, together with his a wider area planted to tobacco this Ilmwn, K. C, Onines and others say gry lie drew his pistol nud shot Senator Joo Dixon, of Montana, ed by an address by Henry G. Saa-difJr., of Danville, a solo by that he will sweep Garrard county Pnlten-r.i- l twice, killing him on tho IIurgue ho gave recognition: to 11 new frantic wife. vcar, notably in North Carolina, Afondny issued n call for the RooseJ. S. Ilreediiu spot. Raker escaped into the tnomi- - oftcuse which was not supposed to by Sam from stem to stem. The accident is said to have been South Carolina, Pennsylvania, Vir- velt third party meeting, the con- Miss Vnught, nn address of Adair county, says that Adair is tni-is- . Pnttersons friends have of exist in Arcuucu, that of lese ma- caused by spreading rails which ginia, West Virginia nnd Wisconsin. vention to be held nt Chicago Aug. MeConncll, of the Danville league, an nddress by Rev. J. J. Dickey, of praetialb holid for Helm. SuJcii-di- d fcred $50 reward for his acres:. The jesty. It was not charged that caused the coach to jump the tracks. The lateness of the senson 5. Prominent progressive republi- Stnnford, a well written e3say od reports ulo enmo from Hoyle feeling against linker is very bitter. had failed to make an acProf. Ireland said: "We felt the through the Middle West, including cans of 40 states sign the call. "Tho Tomorrow of Ijuimm TTaofni- county," several of the leading dem- as those who witnessed tho killing ceptable Postmaster or that there wheels bumping; oil tho crossties for the vast hurley belt of Kentucky, ness" by Miss Mark Rankin, were ocrats declaring that that county is say the hilling wns without justifi- had been any neglect of his duties. a few seconds and then the coach Ohio and Indiana, appears to have TO SAVE ELLIS FROM CHAIR McIIurgue's friends say the Presi- began to go over, nnd wo with it. been more talk than asily three to one for Helm. oiuer pieasmg leatures of the aftercation. fact, and while noon program. An interesting report wns brought Raker U a miner1 nt th.i Arinv dent had applied these terms to him- Miss Rurch and mself, who were the plants in many sections went into The church was tastefully decorfrom Madison county by Supt. of Mines nud lives nt the Rig Hill camp self and ought to tnkc umbrage sitting together, were shot forward, the field from one to three weeks la Desperate Effort is Beinrj Made By ated with flags of 24 different nawhen they were npplied by another. by the jnr, and part of the seat was Irelnnd. who spent Heretofore- Raker has been of a Schools, J. ter than n normal season the delay His Younq Wife. tions, with tho league colors and The London Echo is edited by J. torn out with me. The tops of other seems to have been beneficial to last week in Richmond, conducting turn of mind and occasionally the flowers. Tlln rrnn-,d prcafl.u trna o institute. Prof. iUi to the minors. Patterson's W. Stevenson with McHnrguo as seals came off also, and this was growth of the plants iu the beds A as a usual thing, docs not mix remains were tnken to Pittsburg foi maunger. It has nlwavs been strong what caused most of tho injuries, as rather than otherwise. Another thing every dispatch from Frankfort says large one, being estimated easily at politic with 'his institute workj but burial and will he interred heido his against Caleb Powers and was an they fell on tho passengers who that has helped materially in setting pave effort is being put forth to live or six Hundred, nnd all had a from execution James Ellis, al- most enjoyable aud poftable day. ,nyn that he heard opinions so free- two nro'hers, Andrew nnd Will, who ardent ndvocate of Roosevelt for the were scattered about tho car." out a larger acreage this year is the leged stayer of Squire Beattv ut uumiuution. ly and frequently expressed while !l ytc-- v killed about a tvcar ago ut a republican Miss Stella McWhorter sustained healthy, plants, Lancaster Richmond, thnt he wus ulmost forced Christmas entertainment. After tlio nouauation of Tuft, it cuts over the eye uud bruises about nbundance of lack ofthrifty trou- Rurnside, and who was given a death and the unusual serious sentence by a Lincoln county jury. The Woman's Club met at the Tim is the ninth murder thnt has soid: "Yes, we nre still for Taft, the body. to take cognizance of them. He Conductor Tliompsoa ble witli the plant beds. Attorney Robert Harding, of Dan- Christian church nays thnt prominent democrats of been committed in Rell county since even if he wns the receiver of stol- was considerably bruised and shak and arranged an Rcpotts on counties pnrt is working interesting nrocram for tlm unanini Mndion county, and he names some Inst term of court. Raker is a mem- en goods in the form of illegal dele- en up. R. G. Voglcr, of Cynthiana, of Kentucky ns given in this En- ville, who Acting Gov. without by the on McDermott, year's work. of them, are openly wagering that ber of the" famous Raker family of gates. What if his nomination is sustained 11 sprained knee nnd quirer, nre ns follows: accompanied hy Ellis' The many friends of Mrs. Helm will carry Madison hy from 500 Clav (vimtv. who figured o promi- tainted, there nre men in the House hrui-e- s L. on the body. Miss Hnttie of wife and six months old baby, plead- - Gibbs Will lie nhul tn lionr slmS. l.nu Adair Only nbout one-ha- lf Judge Sulli- nently in the Rnker-Phillpnnd Senate whoc titles ore also Relle Hurt, of Rrynntsville, bruised fued. to 1,000 majority over mi the crop is set on account of the ing ior me prisoners me. xne scene improved ii health sinco her stay tainted, nnd we have upheld them about the arms and head. van. A poll tnken by two well known in prevailing dry weather, but if the was affecting, but the Acting Gover Lexington where shee was nil along. Ono more will not matter democrats on (he street there last under Claim Agent A. M. Wnrren, of the remainder is put out by tho end nor said since the petition for com- special SCHOOL TEACHERS. treatment. much, and then Mr. Tuft accepted L. & N., wns theie enily in tho week ourt day, showed that of the first bo hud A lomt institntn nf Afar.,. nnJ foity men who passed n certain For Educational Division No. the stolen delegates so graceful'v investigating the condition of tha in- of June, n fair acreage crop will re- mutation of the sentence McCj-enr- been rai-eplaced before Governor No trouble with beds Garrard and Boyle counties will be ttore, 39 of them were for Helm and that one could scurccly help ad- jured. ported. Acrenge 300. and he did not know what Gov. Mc- - held in Hurrodsburg beginning July Elected by the Board. Congressman miring his nerve. Yes, you bet, fur Sullivan. inn A woman whoso name was not Doyle About 1,200 ncres planted f'reary had done, he could not take 22. All teachers who fail to we're for 'Ilig Rill and 'Sunny Jim'. learned by the other passengers but Helm and his friends here have this year. Outlook is promising for tho responsibility of acting, al- win iorteit their certificates. attend The following school toachers Ross R.inies, Penrose, the high never claimed that he would carry who was said to be from 5It. Vernon n fine crop. The high prices receiv- though he agreed to look over the were elected for the ensuing term Rev. C. C. Rrovrn h.i boon ........- Madison, but all reorU which have of Willi street and all tho was soverely injured. She was put '! at a in the ed for eU 111 a series of interesting meetings como from there have been to the for Educational Division No. other embellishments that will add aboard the east bound train heie general lust year's crop indicate a iccords killing ense. of Magistrate Beatty The. increase in ncrcage in this effect, thnt he is very popular with called meeting of the Roanl held at luster to the Tnft campaign. Let'cr a ifd filiated nfter it started. l. ""-- - visia ana lias and William Heath in the former's thing over 35 additionshad tosome section. Acreage 1,200. tho fanners and common people and Waynesburg last week. E. G. Raugh so it's n great ticket, nnd we have the tho efficient secretary, of tho board, fallen for it strong." Casey Good prospects for tobac- office nearly a year ago created u church. that .ludgo Sullivan will hnve to run kindly reported Mt. Moriah State-wid- e sensation. Ellis and to tho I. J: co in this county. Acreage 500. thee Mrs. R. E. McRoberts entertaioed? Mr. Helm's Home to bent him. Mt. Morinlt, W. T. Mullins. Farmers nre busy cutting wheat Garrard About 5,000 acres this Fount Hilton, nlso charged with the handsomely on ,rhiin.,!nv nt a:.. Clironoloqlcal History friends believe that it - practically Greasy Ridge, Miss Grace Youiu. at this writing but tho rain seems year, all barley. Splendid condi- crime, were in the office with Squire .tier for 12 elderly guests, the gue3t certain that he will carry ten ut of Of Woodrow Wilson. to hnve tho advantage of them. Reatty nnd Heath. It is said fully a Highland, Miss Zorn Ruugh. tions nt planting. the eleven counties in the district. Tho largest crop of scoro shots were fired in the little Ot Louisville, whn is m mint c Swet'l Gum, Miss Effie Young. Horn, Staunton. Vn.. Doc. IIS. 18oQ. Mr. Jack Mills' school begins They nre counting on him winning Pleasiiut Point, Albert Long. Hurley tobacco ever raised in Jessa- room, nnd when the fusillade ceas- MeRobcrts. Soil of Joseph R. and Jessie Monday week. jy 10,000 majority in the district. Grove, Miss Liddia McKec. mine county will be produced this ed two were dead. Information was received in Lan(Woodrow) Wilson. Mr. Helm is noxious lluit his every The biasing school of the ChrisA protest against commuting El- caster tho past week Pond, Clarence Griffin. year. Crop was late being 'transAwarded A. R. nud A. M. Degrees friend go to the polls on Augu-- t It. of the death tian ehurcir at Mt. Moriah will be- planted, but hns a fine stand. Acre- lis' sentence wns sent Gov. Polly Ann, Miss Jennie Robinson. Princeton University; LIj. R. Univerof Mrs. Ernest Tongue ut her home however, so as to make victory cerby a number of citizens when m Springfield. She will be rememEllison, Cyrus Johnson. nge 4,f(l0. sity of Virginia; Ph. D Johns Hop- gin Saturday week. tain. Mr. Wash Cook and wife have reit became known M. P. Shadoan. Lincoln that application bered here Clear About 4,000 ncres in xrpu.. nu kins University; LL. D. Wuke Forest considerable interest Theie Green Rriar, Miss Laura Johnson. University, Tuhine, Rutgers Univer turned from Detroit, Mich., to spend this year. Twenty per cent, had been filed. The date of execu- of Campbellsville and was a bright manifested in tho raco for the qtfrnrJi.rt ....I Parlor Grove, Miss Elizabeth Lay. sity, University of Pennsylvania, n few dnys with' her father and gnin over 1911. All set out nnd iu tion has not been fixed. nomination for CommonMlSS MaVlTio Len Ttnllnr.l ,.. Chestnut Ridge, Frank Hays. better shape than ever before. Rrown University, Harvard Univer friend. Attorney 111 this judicial wealth Preparations made for Round Knob, lru Roberts. Mndison "Daisy Luncheon Bridge" at her Rev. Jones' Baby Passes Away sity, Williams University, Dnrmouth, Mr. R. D. Hintt started out with district hero .Monday. Hon Emmctt Walnut Grove, Miss f.elia Gooch. Litt. D.. Yale. Puryeur, of Danville, was hero with Rev. and Mrs. J. D. Jones, of the uome in tfrynutsville to a number of his threshing raochiue Tuesday H.OOO acres, but bnekward senson 2." per Raptist church, have, the sympathy friends. may The cakes were even in Married LouUe Axson, Savannah, morning, liis low, partner, Hon. Robeit Hnid-inhe expects to do some cent. cut this down by at least A good rain will change the of n host of friends in tho loss of the, form of daisies. A inoeft tempt-ui- g On.. June , 18S3. prosecuting 11 vigoroiM camMcKlnney pood woik this senson if it stays nspect. menu was served. Practiced Law at Atlanta, Ga., paign, while County Attorney W. S. old son. who their dry. F. 5L Ware, Harry Jacobs and lSSli-S.'- !. in fine shape. died nfter a short illness of pneuMarion Reds Tho Demorest Comedy Co., held a liureli nud hi-- tricuds were not idle. Mrs, MrR. Wright's sisters of Ca ey Plants set out doing y. Piofessor Rryu Mawr College. The friends of both enndidatcs aio wife, and daughter Ada and monia lato Monday nftcrnoon. The week's engagement here and drew Professor Wesleyou University, county, were up on n visit last week Actenge 1,200. baby had been niling for a few days, fairly good crowds most ot the time, claiming 4hat each is a wiunei. Each W. A. Coffey, motored to Stnnford, Mercer Plunts nre backward. but the parents did not think its con- and presented to spend a few days with them. u innnhai- - f f.'- -f candidate is conceded his owu coun- TJiursiluy afternoon in Mr. Ware's 18SS-9Mr. Willie McGuffey is talking of Early planting doing well, however. dition serious. It grew rapidly worse ijlnss plays. President Princeton University, ty by tho others' friends, leaving car. Acreage 1,800. Uiuoii services began Sunday evMr. and Mrs. W. P. Ethingtou, of 1902-1going to Illinois. on Monday however 'and the end tiiirrurd and Mercer as tht buttle Hockcastle Prospects very bod. camo late in the afternoon. Resides ening nt the Governor New Jers"' commencgrounds. Tho race in Giuinni is Millrdgeville, visited Mr. nnd Mrs. i...i. Mr. Charles Dunnaway is calling Very small acreage set. nid to bo very close. Several good Harry Jacobs, from Friday until ing Jntiimry 17, 1911. its father and mother, it is surviv- to contiuue through the month of on his best girl at Pleasant Hill. The total acreage of tobacco set ed by a little brother nnd sister. The July nnd August. Elder F. It. TinAuthor of ninny works on politics sired wagers nre raid to hae been Monday. out in Kentucky this senson is given little one was laid to rest in the der the Christian minister delivered nud economics. made hero Monday that Hutch will Will Try to Vote Pulaski Dry. Tho following is u partial list of at oMB.OBO acres as eompnred with an ublo discourse. Home, IVinc-ctou-, N. J. carry Mercer county by 11 substan- tho guests A from Somerset snvs 270,170 in 1011. This is estimated cemetery at Danville Monduy afterthat stopped ut the Lay Attorney James I. Hamilton is tial majority. option election will be to pioduce 3i:i,'J." 1,000 pounds as noon, after short services 'at the COIlfilied W. P. Gillelt, Right in jour busiest season when that a local to bis luA homo here. n nninfMl Tho race for the democratic nom- House Inst weeek: people against 212,305.700 last year. nsked for by the temperance accident he received by a kick in tho ination for magistrate in the Stan- Richmond, W. E. Sing nnd wife, you hnve the least tiruo to spare you toPhiladel- nre most likely to take diarrhoea of Pulaski county for the first day North Carolina will show a saw irom n horse. ford district and for the republican Lexington, J. It. Carson, Base Ball at Lebanon. Petitions are being nomination in the Crab Orehaid'dis-tric- t phia, M. G. White, Somerset, A. E. and loso scvcinl days' time, unless of October. in every precinct in tio bacco ncreago this vein- - of 213,000 now Three great ball games were play Noted Missionary Here. niv attracting attention. The Dinsmoro, Lexington, A. L. Flynn, you hnve Chamberlain's Colic Choi-c- county nnd town of Somerset, and Virginia 100.000, Ohio 72.000. Ten- ed nt tho Lebanon Chnutuuqua lust nessee. 30,000, Wisconsin 44.p00, Rev. S. E. linger, I). D., with his and Diarrhoea Remedy nt hand first rnco is said to bo rather hard Chuttanoogn, Tenn., J. J. Hum, Cinthese, with the lequired number of West Virginia 17,500, Pennsylvania week. Iu the first, Lebanon educat family, wife and five 1o pick with YV. H. Fields, J. D. Eads. cinnati, O., Ed Sibold, Lexington, K. tnke n dnso on the first appearance hildren. be presented 45,000. Mnrylnnd 15,000. Connecti- ed Columbia 1 to 0, tho batteries be ed Rev. J J. Dickei nml vif from V. II. Roberts and Joo Goode of) canof tho disease. For salo by Pen- signntuies to each, will , Renttyvllle, W. C ny's Drug to the County Judge, nnd he will bo cut 15,500, Indiana 15,158, Florida ing, Lebanon, 'Aoodrum, and Crabbe, Saturday J. Rinudcuhui-gStore. didates, while the Crab Orchard race until Monday Dr. linger Duunville, T. W. Jones, G. requested to call the election for thnt 3,500. Missouri 0,500, South Caro- Columbia, Young uud Hatfield. is 11 native lias entered tliot-- two popular re- Ruharts, G. Lutes, of Stnnford, Mrs is prnetienlly conceded lina 30,000, Texas 1.000 Illinois, In the second game Campbcllsville, county, but of Jackson, Breathitt date. It Mammoth Cave. publicans, Russ Dillion and John E. nnd II. defeated Columbia 2 to 1 tho bat- has been onefor nineteen years past tlint in a vote with the county ns a 1.000 Massnchusetts 5.000, Kennedy, both of whom have luado C. II. Wishnrt, nud Jnmes Wishnvt, of the most efficient county's trip to Mam- unit. Pulaski will go four-fiftLincoln L. Elkin, Nicholas 0,000, the whole showing over teries being Young nnd Crnbbe foi missionnryies in Janan. His wife ia , formal announcement, and it is said of California, J. Columbia nnd ecker nnd Murt field moth Cuvo will bo July 17th. The "dry." u million ncres set to tobacco this a native of Nashville Tenn. Dr. that Judge T. J. Cullon and John villc, J. E. Whitcnuch, Morelond, season, of which almost half comes for Campbellsville.' linger gave two fine addresses w.lulc Corum nlso have thoir eyes on tho Julian Curter, C. M. MoAninoh, O. round trip railroad faro from all Tho third gnmo resulted SpringHappiest Girl In Lincoln All expenses at stations, $4.3.'). from Kentucky. here, one at JIeueml-place. church., S. McClure, Hustonville. Some stock sales reported at Leb- field 5, Rardstowii 4. flatteries for Kttndiiv tnnriiiMr. mi1 nf IIia fT.i.An ' A Lincoln. Neb., girl writes, "I Tho baud hoys nil report a good Cnvo hotel $5.50 for two days trip. ailing for somo time with anon court day were: Three aged Rardstowii T. Harper and Fulton; Services here Sunday nighl. Th It. M. .Arnold, tho hustling and time at tho closing of the populari- The latter amount includes your had Leeu Springfield E. Harper and friendship existing betweeen, for board at Cave Hotel and the sever chroiiiii constipation nnd stomach dry cows. $25.25 each; 13 yearling Sitnms. progressive buggy manufacturer, of ty contest at Stanford, Saturday. Ml9t Dickey nnd Dr. Ha -- r is much trouble. I began taking Chamber-Inin'- n steers, $25.75 per head; 10 yearling was here Monday, and as Danville, nl routes through tho Cave, making , Stomach and Liver Tablets steers, $20 per head; 25 old sheen nf fnllixr ami kiiii ns ho ' usual made somo good sales. Mr, the total expense for the two days j Gott trn.. Born Out. Inlfnr. was n minil nf tho f.iruiar The Ladies Aid Society, of the outing $9.85. Limit on nnd in three days I was able to be and ono buck. $4 each; 8 heifer Arnold is ono of the lives irc8 in jf ' 10 tickets The produce house of Qotr Broth- Jackson, where he taught t the business, nud ascribes a meat Christian church will meet with Mrs. days going on regular morning trani up nnd got better right along. I am culves, $20 each; 4 yearling steers D." Phillips Friday afternoon at girl in Lincoln to find $23,25 per head; 1 yearling bull, $25 ers, t Ilijbhmoud last week, was 188:i.ni. Dr. Hai-e-r the proudest is one of part of his phenomenal success to II. strong men of the Japan 2:30 o'clock. A full attendance ia 4:10 A. M. Write or phone L. & N. such a good medicine." For sale hy 3 heifer calves, $12 each; 3 year- destroyed by fire with a loss of liberal advertising ia the 61-3Agent. ling heifer calves, $24,00 each. desired. partly insured. and has a charming family. 1. L. Penny, Race For Cemiressanal Nom-Inatlon CUT ARTERY IN KNEE COURT DAY VISITORS TALK ABOUT POLITICS Robert Lasslnfl Sustains Severe jury While Drlvlnq at Sprlnqs. AH Concede Harvey Helm Has His DISMISSED. PASSENGER COACH TOBACCO CONDITIONS IN ON L. & N TURNS OVERl KENTUCKY ARE GOOD J. t con-crc- to Vost-mast- cr life-lon- n, - M cigar-growin- toba- ten-ye- ar Tin-troubl-e d, cy er, ue Ire-l.in- ,., pay-calle- 'i ?l ot d. r- ry s dom-ociat- ic Ml g, three-month- s' , sple-flidl- 2. 0. l ed m Vi-- it- New-Yor- e I $3,-50- 0, n. n"w" ti THE INTERIOR JOilWIAU. STANFBRB. KENTUCKY TUESDAY. JULY I 1112 When you gather The 8HELT0X 1 Interim Journal M. RESOLUTIONS ADOPTED. By LhKfthi Cftuntv Teachers' HSB Insti- PAUFLET -- FroprUt'ot tute Before Adlwrmnent. your Harvest I L. That the ministers of the town and the other citizens who have by .w-1. 0. WEATHERFORD. their presence and advice, contribut T. J. HILL ed to the success of the meeting, are i For Counfy Juitt assured of our thanks nnd appreA. R1CB 1. wo'll stop it. We want and appre- ciation. Respectfully submitted. II. F. NORTH Kate Bogle, For Circuit Cltr ciate every subscription we can pos Sallle McWhorter, J. D. WEAKEN sibly, get, but if you'ro not getting home with you. There are Thousands of Thefts of Herbert Reynolds. J. F. IIOLDAU your money's worth at $1 a var, W. M. DDNCAN money, every year that is kept in this way. Pnt yonr Invdon't let it come a minute longer. For oIr , We're not objects of chnrity, yet, at Resolutions Adppted money in this bank Withdraw it when you please. est PETTON PARRISH By Colored Teachers. least; and don't wnnt your dollar if GEOROE DEBORDE Start on acconnt like all the other farmers who have made you feel you aro not getting vnluetl DINK FARMER Whereas, we the teachers of Linsuccesses in this world. Commence today here. WZLLIAU H. HESTER received. If you are, though, we coln county in institute nsscmbled, wnnt it and wnnt it bad. W. A. CARSON having spent a week of pleasant nnd For Autittr profitable endenvor in the prosecuP. L. BECK. Blue Ribbon For Beckham tion of the work ns outlined for the Stanford, Ky. Capital $50,000. 8. M. OWEN8 So far as Kcrituckv is concerned, ensuing year, and x h. BRbNAnaa J. C. W. Iteokhnm holds nil the honWhcrcns, in our effort we have P. 0. SANDIDQE W. L. McCABTY, Pre. J. D. EADS, ors in the estimation of Gov. Wood-ro- enjojed the benefits of being assoJ. B. BOONE J.-BICE, V. Pres. L PENNY, V. Pres. Wilon, Mr. Bonn nnd the oth- ciated with Prof. T. J. Smith as W. T. .GARNER M. B. SALIN. Cashier. 1. ALBEBT PHILLIPS, er national leaders who were res- conductor, therefore be it For Vaeittnit ponsible for the nomination of the In Ktanlord itafiittrial dlilriet: Resolved that in the person of New Jersey candidate for President. Prof. Smith, we Tcahze an able, J. T. ROBERTS Early in the campaign Gov. Beck- progressive nnd enthusiastic exponWILLIAM FIELDS ham in a public statement declared ent of the great work of education. J. D. XADS JOBEPH L. OOOPE hirneelf for Governor Wilson; nnd him a Resolved; That W i.i Sulitct t Republican primary n Craft while nbiding consistently by the vote of thanks for wc tenderable and his cry Orchard ilagitltnat dlttriet. Clnrk instructions given bv the State interesting services this week. W. R. BILLION convention, he voted with Mr. Bryan Resolved; That wc appreciate in the fight for control of the NatJOHN KENNEDY what has been done by Supt. ional convention organization and is nnd the County BonTd for easily first among the Kentuckinns the advancement of our rural schools UNCLE SAM AFTER US in the confidence of the nominee for but at the same time we deeply dePresident nnd of those who will be plore the constrntion of the new P. 0. Department Notifies Us To his ndviers in the impending cam- school law which deprives the negro paign. When Gov. Wilon becomes boya, and girls of the benefits of Stop Delinquent Subscribers President Wilson everything of im- hither education. Resolved, That we tender Mrs. The Interior Journal last week portance affecting Kcntncky will be received from the office of the decided only after having been sub- Minnie Harris, our secretary and Postmaster General at Washington n mitted to Gov. Beckham for consid- Mr. C. B. Knox, onr organist, our request for a statement of the cir- eration and advice. Frankfort State appreciation for services rendered. Resolved; That wc tender the ofculation of the paper together with Journal. ficers of tlm Baptist church a vote the subscribers who arc one year or Miss Virginia Bourne, of Lancas- of thanks for the use of their buildmore in arrears. The Statement is to be made as of July 5, 2012, the ter delightfully enteratined a number ing. Respectfully submitted first issue after July 1, and must of her friends Kndny evenin?. Jul be in the form of an affidavit. There the 5th, at her country home. Among Mrs. Florence E. Stepp, Mrs. J. A. Gabies, are some two or Jbree hundred I. J. those preent were. Martha Bnnov. Mrs. V. K. Jones, subscribers who, largely through Robert Kinnaird, Bessie Holtzclaw, neglect on account of ,ve amount of Stanford, Etor Lawson, Mayme Miss M. E. Jnrman, W. D. Tardif. due being small, are one year or Bourne, Tom Elmore. Helen Robinmore in arrears, and all of them will son, Bnrnam West. Martha Tinder. Sprains require careful treatment. necessarily have to be stricken from Willie Swope and Cecil Brown. Deour list. A large number of our sub- lightful refreshments were served Keep quiet and apply Chamberlain's scribers paid up during our recent nnd those present regretted when Liniment freely. It will remove the soreness nnd quickly restore the popularity contest, but quite a num the hour of departure arrived. parts to a hetlthy condition. For ber did not. CONCRETING It is not a matter of willingness We are in positiou to do all kinds sale by G. L. Penny. . on our part to extend credit to our friends and patrons. There is not of concreting, such as Block Work, His Landlady's Advice one on our list in arrears that we Pavements, and in fact, we can make Probably Saved His Life do not believe intends to pay the anything from a house down to a I feel that Br. Kilmer's Swamp- amount due, yet we are compelled fence post. Call and get our prices I inherited by law to discontinue the paper t before you buy your material at Root saved my life. weak kidneys. The discharge was tbem. This, of course applies to least. so frequent nnd painful that I would all subscribers regardless of finanPHILLIPS BROS., Stanford, Ky. have to stay in bed to obtain temcial standing, and we earnestly ap porary relief. I consulted good phv- peal to those who arc so much as bician3 but the results were disapone year in arrears to call at out pointing. My landlady advised me office at once and settle or remit the to try Swamp-Roo- t ns the last re amount due. We can 'then continue sort, which I did and I was quickly the paper hut otherwise we cannot. relieved. The I. J. some time ago adopted a I continued taking Swamp-Roplan of notifying its subscribers the and my weight has increased fifty first of the month during which pounds. My health is of the best their subscriptions expired. It will UNDERTAKERS AND EM and I have told many others nbout continue to do so in the future, but BALMER8. DEALALSO Dr. Kilroers's Swamp-Roand have will give but the one notice nnd if the ER IN FURNITURE. MAT. done a lot of good in this way. Your TINGS, RUQS. THEY WILL renewal is not sent in at once it will wonderful medicine 13 of great value EXCHANGE FURNITURE be taken to mean that the subscribto mankind. FOR ALL KINDS OF STOCK. er does not desire the paper longer 5 Yours very truly, GIVE THEM A CALL. PRICE nnd it will be stopped. BRUXBY, J. II. S In order to keep out of trouble with 835 Main St. Pawtucket, R. I. Uncle Sara, we are now removing The above statement made before . from our lists the names of several me 1 declare to be truthful in every who have hitherto paid no attention 5 detail. Geunty Surveyer Thomas Marsden, to notices that thev owed for sub Notary Public. General Farm Surveying scription, so if you should happen 52-6to be one of such and your I. J. sud Phone 172, Stanford, Ky. Letter to denly stops making its twice n week Dr. Kilmer & Co.. visits to your home, you may under Binnhamton, N. Y. stand the cause. Uncle Saw is nf- ter us, and we don't intend that he Prove What Swamp-RoWill Do shall rntch us. For You. The I. J. added n few over a thouSend to Dr. Kilmer & Co., sand new names to its subscription N Y., for sample bottle. It list in the recent popularity contest, will convince nnyone. You will also all pajd up in advance. It is now receive a booklet of valuable inforprinting over 4,300 papers each ismation, telling all nbout tho kidneys sue the largest list of nny counand bladder. When writing, be sure try pnper in the state. Under tho Yen cam leave your windows opea aad the hades up to mention the Stanford Interior protective tariff, tho paper mills Journal, eW after day, yet the sua caaaot fade have advanced the price of white ill eelers are everlastiag proof agalaat CRMwHfAjl pnper enormously. Tho price of SPRING SUITING fceeh fadta aad water. No guessing the I, J. will rcmnin at $1 a year My new spring and summer samijWtta-iMtiv.ly Thuis GUARANTEED however, but tho dollar must be paid ples are now ready for your inspecin advance. You're not taking any aaly else ef its away advantages over other asattiags. THERE IS REAL PAINT tion. They comprise tha best on on getting It. It has gone to chances has ae dor at all, caa be sewed like aay carpet, and also some stuff mixed with the market. I can suit anyone as to its renders continuously for 53 years and is not likely to stop, after hav- cheapening materials that is not price who had his clothes mads to eaa't sift through ksaaitary beautiful dainty ing formed the habit that length of worthy of the name. If you have order. A suit made to your measure eeteriags-eas- y keep deaa aad, best to, aatterae aad time. Quite a number have confi- bad experience with the latter kind is preferable to ready made clothes. the price woa't scare you. dence that it will (ro on, like Ten- you don't want anotner. IX you To have thera made to measure Well eheerfuHy shew yen a ake ajsertakeat aad nyson's brook, forever, for thev paid haven't take our advice and don't doesn't cost any more than ready fleer cev d for 25 years in advance in the re- experiment. tel yea saere aheut this ssaaiusl Buy our rral paints made when eaality and fit is concent contest. nMwaeayew'rereatfy. wajraette-aay-r Anyway, if its worth anything, it's and save yourself 'disappointment sidered. Com in and let ma tsks your measore. worth a dollar and that in advance. and money as well. SUnfsrs.Ky. H. C. RUffey, The Practical Tailor, If it isn't please let us know and J. A. ALLEN. -- IP k DO NOT in mis DanK harvest take your ji put tne money n - The Lincoln County Teachers' Institute adjourned last week, after the adoption of tho following resoEr.ttrii at M pHtfc at JSfnfori at lutions: a ttttnt tint iimII mnlltT. Stipt. Singleton has Ilesolved, IMsTeBMw I Ml rNPTV the gratitude that the institute for his of DEMOCRATIC TICKET Tfcye 2011 OaltjsjMBjft sincere interest nnd unselfish serbwbtp wviiimnV vices to each teacher. Pres Went: Far The World's Beet Each Month That, the instructor, Prof. Bridges WOODROW WILSON Cartoon from daBI. and wetUlt pubUhl la is warmly commended Mr his inti(hit country. London, Dublin, Paris IWlln, Fer Vice President Munich. Vienna, Warsaw, Hudaprtt. St. t'otrrt mate knoOetlge of the subjects disburs. Amattrdam. StuttRart.Turin, Knmo, Litbon, cussed, for his tactful management THOS. R. MARSHALL uncn,. itikio. nani:niu sranrr. Canada, and th America, nnd all the treat cities of ihe. of the institute, ami for his unfailworld. Only the 2O0 beat out of 9,000 cartoona ing courtesy to the teachers, each rscnth, are telectrd. Pslitical Announcements That the teachers havo been speA rlMan. ItMWfy W WSflTS EVMft' EMM SMtlffJ cially interested nnd instructed by The ifincrafiMinrati In I till column ara ef CAMPAIGN CAHTOOMS-FoUow- th. campaign In CAKTooni" and watch the oppo for efficr, iobJt to tb. actio candidal the specialists, who hao visited ub. tag partiea caricature each other, of tb. dtmocratle prlmirj: talk on primary UMcmrrwN m.Mi muM eev it Miss Scrivener's vimiv Mmpl. Ttr Conirtit Cm It rw win t UMltaf bf 4.Vdnf t, ti. ork, Prof. C'oatcs, who has impressCOU J. P. CIIINN, of Mfrter tohw, II. I I.WINDSOR. JltW.Wulu.ro. SVM.CHICAOO ed the importance of tenching only ). A. SULLIVAN, of Jladlion ASK YOUR NEWSDEALER tnosc facts that have the greatest HELM, of Lincoln BARVEY value in the affairs vf everyday life, Tcr Ctmmtnvtttll'$ Attornty and Mr. Martin's tnlks on domestic EUMETT rUHTEAR, of Bojk science, all these have been welcomW. 8. DURCH. of Lincoln A TEAR BTRfOTLY IN ADVANCE SkAm KM PHTTttfl W nm GOING SOME ! Are you going to travel? Are you going to some, springs fer a little stay? Are you going to visit some friend for a few days? If sc, yti are hmi ti have a Ttr Shtrlf It. 8. DAUGHMAN B. W. OIVENS ed. . Hand Bag, Suit Case money or Trunk or all of them. Refined traveling luggage is as necessary as refined clothes. Our stock of traveling is like every other line we STATE BANK & TRUST CO., t. h'r e0d very beat. ell the -- K&.1 $3-5- 0 to $12-5- 0 w chepp?d'eV.t$1.50tO$3.50 hi:35,$7-tfl- 0 Sin-clet- Trunks, $3.50 to $10.00. These are first quality goods. They are good lookers. They will please you and you will feel proud carry ing them. Manufacturers' Cost H. J. McROBERTS Stanford, Kentucky DEPOSIT BANK OF STANFORD, chartered March 9, 1854. It's successor: National Bank sf Stanford, organized June 2, 1865. Recognized Our Sale is better than ever before. Prices on everything lower than cost of raw material. We have to make room. Positively everything goes. Come as early and get the choice. First National Bank OCTOBER 3, 1882. This Bank has been In successful and uninterrupted operation for 58 years, and 1$ worthy of the confidence of of the public. Open an account with us today. SAM ROBINSON, Stanford, Kentucky J.L.Beazley &Co BBBBBMVnVT ot ot To Whom It May concern On June the first, : E D. Pennington, ' gins to put a Detroit Vapor Oil Stove up for me, and I have put it to almost every test and can say it has given en- tire satisfaction in every respect. MRS. J. ti. CARTER, JR. I had Mr. Hig- - I : ot Bing-hamto- n, W.RHiggins Stanford, Ky. "JUST THINK OF IT I" J. Semi-Weekl- y. iit(L rnHEaW A Substantial Surplus statement of this bank at the last call of the troller ehowed a surplus of comp- drt efal, k $100,100 This large sum is made up of earnings which have been left intact, in order to add to the financial strength of the Bank, and further guarantee tho safety of depositors. .luia ia a oiLcci uu.uk. 10 intrust your lunus. lew-price- SANDERS, Crab Orchard, Ky. - Lincoln County National Bank Corner Next to Courthouse. Stanford, Ky. ' THE INTEHIOB JOURNAL, 1TANFOBP, KENTUCKY TUESDAY. JULY I. 1112 Child Has Narrow Escape SfCIAL Mtf PERNttAL Mla Georgia Ncwbern, of Hustont tho Crnb Orhnrd Springs ville, i for tlie summer. I'ril Ncwbern, wns down Mis from llust'onvillo Sundny to see her brotbrr, Mr. Jack Ncwbem. Mrs. W. H. McKlnney nnil daughter Nnncy Kntherino nre spending several dnys nt Crnb Orchnnl. Mrs. Mnriba Adnm nnd Mrs. T. V, Pennington went to Ilnrrodsburg Sunday to be with Mrs. Rodmnn Keenoiii who is quite ill. Mr. nnd Mrs. Jnmes Dnddernr, of Lancaster, wcm here Monday with nlntSves and friends. Mr. Ap Nevlus, who i9 now nt spent Sundny with his Richmond mother, Mr. Mnttie Ncvius. Miss llellc Denny has returned home from ft visit to Mrs. Villi (liv-f- n nt Shelby City. Mrs. Woolfolk Givcn, of Middles-- , boio is visiting relntires nnd friends here. Mrs. Mnggic llocnn hns return-t- d to her home nt Ilrynntsville, after 5 visit te Mr. Martha Phillip. Miscs Elizabeth nnd Nnncy Hunn me viiting their aunt, Mrs. II. C. ICompte in Frankfort. Mr. and Mrs. John Woner nnd htlle Snrn Hunn were in Danville n tlioTt time Snturdav. SHORT LOCAL NEWS FLYING at the ded to school ;tticc. o per cent, penally ad- Hughes. tax July 2'Jth. L. R. 53-- Now Perfection oil cook Btoves nt 5312. cost nt W. II. liiggins. Lost. Pair Indies' noo glasses, fastened to a black button. Rcwnrd for return to XIrs. L. D. Cook. Go-tf BRODHEAD FAIR Mr. Lockwood, driving a Prowse Biplane, will make two flights noe glasses, Lost. Pair of light blue rimless in n case- - Rcwnrd foe 65-l- leturn to this office. p Wnntcd. A few nice bonrders; ladles preferred, single 23 cent. Xlrs Lnurn XlcCormaek. It. Ohio Ensilage Cutter used one sen-sofor snle. W. 11. Higgins. 03-- 4 Rhode Island Red hens for n!g ehen p. Mi.-.-. W. J. Edminston, Crnb t. Orchard. 55-3- Mrs. J. 0. Livngston is visiting hrr son, Jns. II. Liiiigston, in Somerset. Mrs. Martha Gaines hns returned home after n visit to her son, Mr. ) .1 flnines nt Lancaster. n Mr. and Mrs. J. S. OwnJpy visiting relatives and Tranklin i fiends. Kred Brnnsweig who left hero several months ago to make his home in Lmiiille is baek for a short vi-l- t. Mr. nnd Mrs. S. J. Derr, of Washington county, nre (be guests of tli-daughter, Mr. XL XL Sweeney. Mm. Marvin Adams and Mr. Joe Mr Ncwlnnd, of Lexington, nre visitl. ing their mother, XIrs. Annie . ir Ncw-Intn- each day during the three days of the Fair. Driving his 60ft. passenger carrying machine a distance of 20 miles each flight, always in sight. Something worth coming to see. Hoagland's Hippodrome and Wild West Show, another great attraction. The best fair ever held in this county. Remember the dates, August 14, 15 and 16. Xliss Lclia Cook has returned home nftcr a visit to her sister, Mrs. Sallee in Ilnrrodsburg. No burners to get out of order, no wicks to bother with when you buy r.r. oil icklcss cocker from V,'. II. Higgins. 03-- 2. For Rent. A nice new six room cottnge with bath. Apply to XIis. George Qivens. Cm r Ioudo. I f Ltcn cocim. Piukk J. Cncxtr nikfi oath thtt k to urtnrr ol lb Sim ot I". J. imitT A Co. builafM la lte atf ol Toledo. County and eiATT or Ohio ivnlor dome State aforrMtd. and Uiat Mid Arm will par tbe turn of ONC Hl'NtiRED DOLLAUS lor each and rrtrr raar ol CATaaaH that cannot bo cured ly be uae ol UitL'a CiTiltHH cvac. HUNK J. CHENEY. In pretence, Sworn to before me and lubw-ricr, Itn. of December. A. tnla th " I A. W. CUXASOV. t dr f l or 1 Hall Ortarrh Cure U taken tnternaltr nd arta dlrrctlr upon tbe blood and mucoua aurfacca of tba ITltem. bend for teatlmonlaltt. free. r. J. CHENEY A CO Toledo. O Sold br all DrutcUU. Tie. rale Uall a ramilv 11IU fnr coutlsatlon. ili Nott rcBUt All perTo Pike Contractors. sons having contracts for repairing turnpike roads, will please forward and execute their bond. Judge J. P. 01-Bailey, Judge. 2. nnd dnnghfer Mis rnuline, of Kansas City. Mo., nre guests of her brother, XIr. W. P. Grimes nnd family. Mrs. W. A. Tribble and little daughter Dorothy, left Tuesday for JIaysville, where they will iit her father, XIr. J. W. Pickett. His mnny friends here regret to learn that Judge' XL D. HughtH, of LnncnMrr is laid up with n uevcrc nbeess on n tooth. Xlrs. Chns. Piles, of Hustonville, nnd her Muter, Miss XIary Itreeding, of Columbia, were her a few days last week. I. XL V. Stphnson is back from Frntnre. He is suffering with n severe carbuncle on 'bis left band nnd " unnhle to work yet. XIr. Jnmes Keius and Kuter, have returned to Lnneiister. nller a viit to their grandmother, Mr. XIattic Xcius. Mrs. XL D. Klmore returned home I rulny from Pari", Ky where she wns called two weeks ngo oji tho nccount of the illness of .Mrs. L. M Westcrficld. Miss Paxton Xloffett, formerly, of this city, tins nccepted the position of ft Professor youngMathematics ntDe-nrollege for women nt Fiiuino, Fin. She is a daughter of Dr. A. S. Xloffett, who scvcrnl months ngo mocd from this city to IVnsncoln, Fin., to jeidi Lebanon Enterprise. Hubert Cnrpenter is in Louisville this week attending the National Conclave of tho Kappa Sigma Fraternity at the Seelbach. While awav on his vacation XIr. Cnrpenter will viit XInminoth Cave with the Greeks nnd siend a week in camp )n Kentucky river. Hev. R. R. Noel wns joined here Monday by his daughters, XIrs. J. T. Parks nrid Jliss XIary Noel of Danville, XIrs. J. It. Woods nnd daughter, if Paint Lick, XIrs. Hrewcr. of They will-nto XIr. Xlnr-fha- ll Noel, nt LnFolIette. Tenn., vhere they will enjoy n bouso pnrtv for n week Mrs. Kn1c Jones Ln-er- ne WHAT SAVED JER Mrs. Martin Tells About LIFE a Painful Experience that Ended Serimly. Migkt Have County Attorney W. S. Durcb returned Saturday from a week's tour of Xfercer county in the interest of h&i candidacy for Commonwealth's Attorney. He expresses himself as well pleaded with the prospects for a comfortable majority in Xlerccr. Itny Carter, who holds a nice portion on the Q. & C. hns been transferred from Georgetown to Junction City. He is a son of Mr. and XIrs. J. XI, Carter, of this city. tt Attorney Robert Harding nnd Purjenr, were here from Danville Xlondny, campaigning in the interest of the lntter's candidacy for the democratic nomination for Commonwealth's Attorney. XIr. nnd XIrs. J. S. Breeding and attractive little daughters, of ColThey umbia, were here Xlondny. are visiting XIr. nnd XIrs. Charles Piles, nt Hustonville, she being n daughter of XIr. and XIrs. Itreeding. They nre accompanied here by Mis 1,'uth Paul!, another popular young lady of Columbia. Dispatcher L. XL Westerfield came down from Paris lat Sunday and spent the dav with bis mother, XIrs. Mnry Westerfield. He reported his wife as slightly improved. Parks-Mil- e Cor. Danville Messenger. XIrs. W. U. Hishop, wf Newton, Kns., daughter of the late lamented XIr. Jas. T. Rose, and one of the bch't women who ever left Kentucky, is with XIr. nnd XIrs. J. T. Wnrc this week. Danville Xlessengcr XIrs. W. XL Kcnney, and Mis Daixy Sberrin, of Indianapolis, who have been the guets of XIrs. Pearl homo Monday. Freeman returned XIrs. Freemnn went with them and will be with them for a visit. Xliss Antonetto Grinstead returned Xlondny from an extended visit XIrs. Will to Central Kentucky. Poyntcr, of Stanford, is visiting hc parents, XIr. and XIrs. Fred Asbcr Mrs. John XlcWhorter, of Crab Orcbnrd, i visiting her sister, Mm. M. T. Young. London Sentinel. Elmer Fi Chestnut, after an absence of nineteen years arrived last week for a visit to bis father, XIr. T. D. Chestnut, in the Xlnrksbury neighborhood. His Kentucky relntives bad not henrd from XIr. Chestnut for twelve years. All were delighted to see him nnd to learn that he is prospering in bis adopted State of Era-me- tor Tate, of Crab Orchard, were the guests of Xlissts Aniia nnd Xlay Win ren Sundny. Dr. J. G. Cnrpenter went to Louis-ill- o Xlondny to deliver a lecture. XIrs. A. D. VanArsdnlc is in Nashville visiting XIrs. J. A. Gundy. XIr. L. P. Owsley, of Columbia, Ga.. is here visiting XIrs. XIary Ows- Xlessrs. Kov Sanderson and Vic- ley. Xli'-sc- s XIattie and Btttie PnMon arc the guests of Mrs. Will Giw.ns nt Shelby City. Xliss Lucile Crow, of Shelby City, is viiting relatives and friend of Glasgow nnd Howling Green. L. W. Xlullins nnd fnmily, of Mnrion county, spent several days last week with his niece, XIrs. P. L. Thompson nnd family at Preucberi-vill- e. They also spent some titno at Crnb Orchard Spring?. E. C. Walton, editor of the Somerset Times, ran up Sundny nftcr-noo- n for a short visit to relntives nnd friends here. He brought up bis charming daughter, Xliss Lucy Lee, who has been attending Ward's Seminary at Nashville, and who will be the guest of her couwns, the Misses Cooper for a pleasant visit. W. J. Romans, Lancaster's progressive hardware and buggy man. mixing with wns hero Xlondny, bis friends. A TEXAS WONDER. The Texas Wonder curls kidney and bladder troubles, removing grav el. cures diabetes, weak and lame backs, rheumatism, and nil irregularities of tho kidneys and bladder in both men nnd women. Regulates bladder troubles in hildrcn. If not sold by your druggist, will be sent by mail on receipt of $1 : One small bottle is two months' treatment, and seldom fails to perfect n cure. Send for testimonials from Kentucky and other states. Dr. E. W. Hall, 2920 Olive street, St. Louis, XIo., Sold by Shurars nnd Tanner. Wveavllle, W. Va. Mrs. Dora Martin, in a letter from Rlvesvllle, writes: 'Tor tbrco years, I suffered with womanly troubles, and bad pains in my back and side. I was nervous and could not sleep at night. Tho doctor could not help me. IT said I would bavo to bo operated on before i' could get better. I thought I would try using Cardul. Now, I am entirely well. I am sure, Cardul saved my life. I will never be without Cardul in my home. I recommend it to my friends." Tor fifty years, Cardul has been relieving pain and distress caused by trouble. It will surely help you. It goes to tba spot reaches tha trouble relieves tba symptoms, and tirhes away tho cause. It you suffer from any symptoms of womanly trouble, tako Cardul. Your druggist sells and recommends It. Qet a bottle from him today, N.D Writtto: Udltt' AMtory Dp.. Co., tut M4kiM (nil Cluttuioof i, Ttno.. for Buctal book, ' Hem TrutaMl uinttttonl, tor hte 'l Wobm," MB) la plain wrnf , 00 imimM. diaries Pile, of Hustonville, were in town Fud.iv en route to Columbia to visit relnthcs. XIis. E. L. Grubbs and children, lett stay with Saturday for a fort-nigrelatives at Junction City. XIrs. C. P. Xlontgoinory and children no visiting Hustonville relatives. XIr. and Xlrs. P. 0. Darger and children visited XIrs. Unrger's father, XIr. J. J. Elliott, nt XIcKinney, Sundny. Mr. Elliott's condition is improved. Casey County News. MrS. W. It. Gooch spent sovcrnl days with Lincoln comity friends. nnd Willie Xlessrs. .Tnck Newborn Martin, of Stanford, who have been camping on the Cumberland not far from this city, wcie hero Saturday. Xlrs. Abe Newton and children, of are here visiting tho Hustonville fnmily of Sylvc&tcr Newton for a few days. Misses XIary D. nnd Lena Deck, of Lincoln, aro here with their sister, Mrs. J. W. Davis. The former is spending a portion of her tune with Miss Sara Humble. Somerset Times. ht Oklnhoinn. XIr. and XIrs. Suit Cases Just received $ a nice line of Suit Cases W Also a nice line of Ladies' and Children's Parasols, all colors, 25c to $2.50. Hughes, Martin & Co. Stanford. Ky. Stop, look at our window Croquet Sets from 70 cents to $3.50. Penny's The Rexall Store. Insure with the leading companies. Fish & Bromley represent them. All lines Vnr Snlo or Rent. XIcKinneV Coal & Feed property. If not sold by the first of July will rent. This is the business part of the property consisting of one lot, 150 feet at railroad track, one coal bin 92 feet long, one warehouse 30x60 feet another warehouse office and scale building combined 24x52 feet, and a first clnss wngon scale in connection Best piece of business property in the town of McKlnney, first class territory for business, trade now established on Coal feed lime cement nnil Mrs. II. A. .McFnrland. Xliss Odn Choate and Xliss XIary salt, brick. For any further information in regnrd to this property, Burgess, of Burnside, visited XIrs. call to see or write E. 0. GOOCH, II. C. Catron on Sunday. XIcKinney, Ky. Never leave home on a journey For summer diarrhoea in children without a bottle of Chamberlain's nlwnvs give Chamberlain's Colic. Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea RemeCholera and Dinrrhoea Remedy and dy. It is almost certain to be needcastor oil, nnd a speedy cure is cer-tni- ed nnd cannot be obtained when on For sale by G. L. Penny. board the cars or steamships. For sale by G. L. Penny I enn make your old straw hats look like new. Also clean and press Southern Railway your clothes nicely. Give mo a trial. Popular Excursion Sunday July TribHarry Broaddus, next door to 7th, between Louisville, Lexington, ble. Dnnville, Georgetown, Lawrenceburg For Sale. Two fine upright Harrodsburg, Sbelbyville and Verpianos; will sell at a sacrifice, and sailles and intermediate stations in , one player piano. Address B. C. each direction. $1.50 between Lexington, Danville, Fulton, coto JntorioV Journal oft. fice, Stanford, Ky. Georgetown and Louisville for tbe round-tritickets limited to reA Pike For Rockcastle turn on date of snle. ProportionThe Alt. Vernon Signal says that ately low rates between intermediate the county desiring to experiment stations. ns to tho nctunl cost of pike build Consult any Southern railway ing in Rockcastle county, will build agent or write II. C. King, CTA, one half mile of pike, beginning nt B. n. Todd, DPA, the corporate limits of the town, ex- Lexington, Ky., Louisville, Ky., J. C. Beam, AGPA, tending toward Brodhcad. Tip Lang-foran old grader and road builder, St. Louis, Mo. will have charge of the work and a thorough test will be made of what DANGER IN DELAY it costs to build a good road in the county. The county officials expect Kidney Diseases Are Too Danaerous to build some pikes in Rockcastle For Stanford People to Neglect and they want to know something nt lenst of what thev nro doing, nnd The gient danger of kidney trou what it's worth to build a mile ot ble is that they so often get a firm nike in tbe eonntv. hold betore the sufferer recognizes the'n. Health will be gradually I headache, Backache, lameness, soreness, nervousness, lumbago, urinary troubles, dropsy, gravel and Brights disease may follow as the kidneys get worse. Don't neglect jour kidneys.. Help the kidneys with Dean's Kidney Pills, which are so strongly recommended right here in Stanford. Dawson Darnette, Rowland, St., Stanford, Ky., sns: "Some timo ngo I had n sevcie fnll nnd this together with tho jarring to which I am sub ject ut my work, brought on kidney trouble. For several days I could hardly get about on account of tbe teinblo pains in my back. I also noticed that the passages of the Lidney secretions were irregular, especially at night. I decided to cure my tiouble before it became chronio and us I knew Doan's Kidney Pills to he good for such complaints, I began their use. Before I bad finished tbe bos, I was entirely cured and have had no kidney trouble since." For sale by nil dealers. Prico 50 Co., Buffalo, cents. Foster-Milbur- n New York, solo agents for the United Stnto3. Remember the name Doan's and tnko no other. n. 4G-3p; d, Junction City. Mrs. Mnry C. Docker, of Hustonville, visited XIrs. H. D. XIcGrnw on Fridny. XIr. William Trospcr joined XIrs. Trospcr nt Coibin on Thursday. Xliss Ruth Turner, of Pndncnh is the guest of Xliss Georgia Wells. XIrs. Duvnll, of Glasgow, nnd Xliss Lizzie Armstrong, of Pnrksville, visited XIrs. Thomas E. Cosby Fridny. XIrs. XInry E.'llnnkla is having her house icpnircd, preparatory to having it painted. XIr. Jesse Rout nnd dniichter, Miss Eliznbcth, of Turnersvillc, visited Mr. John F. Rout on Fridny. XIr. R. Rnssctt Xlinton, of Cincin-nnt- i, stopped off for n few days' visit to XIrs. Chnrles Lyons nnd family on his wny to Xlontieello. XIrs. Jese Ficg hns returned from n visit to XIrs. XIny Johnston ii New Albnny, Ind. XIr. nnd XIrs. W. L. Sbnrp. of Anderson, Ind., nre guests of XIrs. XInry Frances Wells. Xlisses Ruth Turner, Georeia Wells .Tes'p Herrin nnd Xlarshnll XIcCol-luattended a dnncc nt Crnb Orchard Springs Friday evening. XIrs. Bettinn Rc-lohas, returned from a visit to XIvs. Euccnc Grobbs, in Lexington. XIrs. XIary E. Hnnkln and XNs Lucy visited XIrs. Elizabeth Brown in Parktivillp Sundny, Xlessrs. Alstott nnd John Burkn visited friends in tho Pnrksville neiuhborhoodo Sunday. There will be n Lnwn Fete in tbe Methodist church jard Wednesday evening, July 10, from 0 to 0. Ices nnd enke will be served. An admission of 15 cents will be charged proceeds to be used for the benelit of the church. All nre cordially invited. Clnldrens' Day was celebrated at the XIaccabee Hall in this place Friday evening, the tots themselves furnishing most of the entertninment. Thut they were almost perfect in their drills nnd songs is due to the elforts of Xlesdames G. D. XfcCol-lunnd J. Walker Hailcy. The performance was witnessed by a large audience )f Junction City's good rteople. XIr. E. B. Sweeney acted ns announcer of tbe various acts and covered himself with glory as well as perspiration. The management of the nffair wish us to tender their thanks to the ladies nnd gentlemen who so nbly nssisted in mnking a success of the performance. Rev. Clinrles Powell, of Dnnville, wns present nnd made a happy little talk on missions. XIrs. H. G. Burnside nnd son, of Indianapolis ,are guests of Mrs. Ellis Preston. XIr. IT. C. Catron nnd children left Tuesday for Someiset where they expect to visit her parents, Mr. m r m could be warned of the danger he had become entangled in the belt ami wns hurled through nn opening in i petition only ten inches square. When discntnngled it wns found thai both of the boy's legs were broken nnd Hint to wns dthcrwiso badly hurt Physieinns were summoned and the injuries dressed, and tho little fellow, it is snid. will more than wntehing the mnchincryi got too prohnbly recover. Lcbnnoli close to a large belt. Before be Tho son of Gibson Downey, who lives in Cnsey county, had n miraculous escnpc from denth n few days ngo in nn necident Hint occurred nt a grist mill n short distance from hi3 home. The child with a twin brother hod gone to the mill for some chicken feed nnd, while 3 Your Salads Can't be made much more appetizing if you get your Olive Oil from us. We test our Olive Oil and accept none that isn't up to the -- standard in food value. is made from the ripest fruit from the oldest orchards of Europe, where Olives reach their greatest OUR OLIVE OIL state of perfection. It is the most economical for you to buy and the best for medicinal purposes. At PENNY'S, The Rexall Store. Everything at Cost During the BIG SALE (UMMINS jfr Home of H. S. - YeAREN Stanford, Kentucky & at to l .00 M. All Wool Clothes $3 .00 B. V. D. UNDERWEAR The Comfortable Kind W. E. PERKINS Crab Orchard, Ky ',t'Ww( I w ft 4P7r L wffn v'-!- . .- - B ' rS- - 1?" St THE FARMERS THE INTERIOR JOURNAL STANFORD. KENTUCKY TUESDAY. JULY t. 1112 ? LJ I! J " Chns. SemonK Mr. Tolmccj Grwcr. Get thnt Tobacco Hail insurance, now, before (ho Hnil cornea. It costs no more. 4 f. R. JL Nowland, Agent. Wlicnt has dropped below n dollar n bushel nt Chicago. Cnttlo nrc approaching the ten dcjlar ligurc there. J. It. Calhoun, of Garrard county, bought n bunch of lambs from Baxter & Whitehead nt 7 cents. .Ed Xaylcr, of Lancaster, aold a pair of two year old horse mules to I. I'. Xnylor far $323. J. C. Fox, of Lancaster, shipped 3 Chester Dare. The price was $1,000. Cnrv Wilson, of Lebanon, Bold to lior-- e uiid One dollar u W. fi.'Oibbi & Sons, Shelbyville, Ky. loads of lambs to Cincinnati the first car containing 214, the second flesh is the price leeently paid by n two ,enr old jack for .foOO. F. C. Giltncr, of Henry county, 105, and the 3id, 120 head of mutton Mat C. Cohen, of Lexington, to V. The largest bunch of C. Harris, of Cjnthinun, for a green lias sold three cars of llolstcin cat- producers. saddle maro. Cohen, howtle to President 'Gomez, v)f Cuba, lambs bought by Mr. Fox for this big bhipment wns 200 head from C. ever, had no iden just what he was for 6,000. Stigall, of Pulaski comity, najing for the mare insr nound, ns he C. If. Harmon, of Marion, sold last D. week to Early Vaughn, of Greens-Iiiii- weight 70 pounds nnd price 0 cents. wn3 buying whnt he thought was one" gfl head of of the I'M pr.peet Mr. Fox nlo h1iii? for n ehnm- nn Aiiffim hull c"l for $75. pioit of the small clashes for cattle. J. L. Hutchins, of Boyle, went saddle horses. The price paid W. S. Carrier, of Garrard, exportdown to Somerset Inst week and received 275 lambs averaging GS ed n car load of sheep and cattle wag fSoO, nnd the maro being but pound nnd bought nt G 2 cents per from Richmond that ho bought there fifteen hamU high nnd very thin in order weighing just 830 pounds. court day. pound. He bought in Boyle, 8 The Wnyne County Outlook says V. A. Lear, ono of the largest steers of Ed Wnlton, nt 5 4 blcent of John lamb exporters of Garrard, recently Mayor M. D. bheatcr, of Montii llo, eelVtS 2 McConnelt nt 5 4 cents, 1 1,030 bought the following: From Geo. purchased of (.has. L Oatts and lambs at Ilro., n part of their farm in Elk pound steer of J. S. Lawrence nt D. Robinson, 00 C cents, 1 1, steer of J. P. G 4 j from J. Fleece Robinson 23 Spring VnlleV. Chas Oatts reservlambs nt G 4 cents, from ed 80 notes of cleared land 100 d Ware nt 0 4 cits, 10 Iambs at $7, acres of mountain land on the west hogs f T. A. Bradley nt 7 cents, 8 T. . Elkin 03 bide of the farm including th resi hogs of Ira u. Rupeley from R. L. Elkin 20 1 lambs ut 0 4 cents; from Sam dence he recently erected. at 0 4 cent. lnmbs at G c. J. B. Thomas, the Phil stock dealGranville E. Lutes, of Lincoln, Cotton 18G. er, went to Rurgiu last week to look Burnside 25 and K. M. Shnrpe, of Casey, are from J. feeding aver 230 hogs for the fall lnmbs at $7. Mr. Lear is also buy- after his brood marc nnd Uolicmiiiii hogs hnving purchasmarket at Mr. Sharpens fnrm in the ing 33 for export hogs from Dun colt. He reports selling the colt for d $300. While away he bought a thiee Yoscmitc section. Mr. Lutes was a't ed Doolin nt $G; 21 bhonts j ear old gelding for .200. Liberty Jlondny Inst, which was $0 and 12 J. W. Fro-- e, of Flat circuit court day, nnd picked up n from Dennis Scott at Bans Hubble at has n mule colt when Cnek, Tenn., it was one bunch of hogs and cattle. He bought G c. porkers from mouth old weighed -- 55 pounds, nnd thirty hogs from R. L. Murphy nt Grant Hammonds sold his farm of when three months old weighed 100 5 2 cents. They were 100 pound join the bunch about 140 ncres of Garrard in the pounds, a gain of 102 2 pjunds shonts nnd went to of feeders on Mr. Shnrpc's farm. Fall Lick section to Mr. Mills, of per month. This colt's dam weighed Mr. Lutes bought 12 feeding cattle Knov county at $80 nn acre. It was 1.390 pounds. Mr. Frost has been previously n part of the J. C. Fox offered $200 for the colt. from Mr. Murphy nt 4 cents. farm. Tho Burley Tobacco Company has G. E. Lutes bought n considerable Pope and Anderson, of Garrard, definitely decided on the erection of number of lamb'? and sheep down of mixed cattle a mammoth loose leaf warehouse nt in Casey during the past week, most shipped a car-loa- d CincinLexington, uhich will be one of the which were shipped to the Cin- to Green Ecubry und Co., at of He got a bunch of nati. Their weight ran from 500 to largest in the entire hurley district cinnati market. pounds, nnd engineers to a dozen 78 pound lambs from W. M. 1.200 to 5 2 cents. they cost from nnd has commissioned specifications. Pope and An- prepare the plans nnd Brown, of Casey, for which he paid 2 2 C cents; from J. F. Morgan he derson bought a bunch of cnttle The building will be COO feet long 2 pot a buck which cost him $2.40. and from John G. Doty, weighing from bv 100 feet wide, constructed of will nnd nliulf a dozen lambs at 5 2 cents, GOO 5 to 800 poundssamp price from 4 brick, stone nnd mill work ,nnd and Slock dealei be thoroughly modern in design cents. The from James Hamilton, three miles to out of Yosemhe. Mr. Lutes gathered bought n 1.420 pound cow from the enuippment. The basement will be a flock of IS lambs, for which he widow Montgomery of Buena Vista, used for storage purposes and the main floors for sales. It is planned paid 3 2 eents. Mr. Lutes got at 5 cents per pound, and n steer and G80 pound heifer to liavo it leady for business by tho bunch of hogs, 04 in nil from another R. L. Murphy, which cost, him 5 4 from W. G. Hudson at 5 cent3 per lime the tobacco season opens' tins fall. cents; from Wnt Brown he got 15 pound. C'reos and Jones, of of Lincoln, J. A. Seay, of Kirklnnd, Washhogs nt the sdme figure nnd from a, of cnttlo to ington county, suffered n heavy loss John Lutes, of the Highland section shipped n car-loa- d Embry and Co., nt Louisville. last week when hw tobacco ware of this county, he bought 32 hogs at house containing 100,000 pounds of C 2 cents. Mr. Lutes is buying Thev bought 20head of extensively wherever he can find the nettle from II, O. Hnmmonds nt 4 tobacco burned to the ground. The d cnttle from A. fire stnrted nt iiudniplik ind the 15 stuff, nnd is feeding what he does nnd n origin of it is not known. Men Xt. Kavannnugh nt G not ship. J. B. Thomas, of Phil, Casey coun- mixed lot from W. M. Hysinger nt worked in it tho afternoon preceding Mr. Seay had insurance on the toty, 6old to Myers and Tucker, the 3 nnd 4 cents. Mrs. Richnrd Tnsker Lowndes, Jr. bacco to the nmount of $7,000 ,and liustonville buyers, 107 packers nnd e, on the building to the amount of butcher nt a fancy price. Thomas of Danville, sold to Roswell of Harrodburg, Clell Colemnn, of New York, her beautiful says that he has bought 1.030 hogs 5 months and has made two vear old mare, Regina Lloyd, by who three weeks ago bought of 'the in the last Rex Penvine. dum Miiry Dick by heirs the Smoek farm of 135 acres, $1.00 clear on enh hog. near Burjrin, for $13,500, sold the land last week to Isaac Seott for n nice advance in price. Samuel Hays, of the Parksviljc section sold a fat cow weighing 1230 pound's to J. C. Johnson, of Dun-wil- e, CUNCHINQ PROOF Of THC TOPnt 4 4 cents. MOST QUALITY. J. W. Irvine, of Boyle, bought 19 Sanud Ray, the Fanner, conducting cattle of various 750 to U.S. Experimental Station paities at an average of 5 2 cents. d mH KHAU.TIVC. CltMTiriCTI.T., He sold n carload of moN.u.ce. wo.. MNurCTu.(o cattle fo J. C. Johnson at fancy BrTHiKCNTucxrWAioMra.Co.THi VIII .C.T IT CVCM TttTtO. prices. Son, through their repSable Every "OLD HICKORY" Wagon a Practically Perfect Wikoii resentative at Harrodsburg, W. N. Brown, Jr., have purchased 100,000 RCAO THC rOUOWINQ UTTER OF SAMUEL HAY. THC FARMCH pounds of wool, paying for it $25,-75- Poted Come To The Old Fashioned Country Fair at Stanford AUGUST 21. 22 and 23 For Catalogue and Particulars, write J. F. CUMMINS, Secretary. fr Under the Auspices of Diadem Lodge, No. 81, Knights of Pythias, 1912 People's Stock Remedy Guaranteed to keep SUO-pou- pr Stock In a ktiltMtf in. bitter mMw. 1-- X5hQ 873-pou3-- 050-puiil- id People's Poultry Remedy wuranteei the BEST Egg Profiteer arnl Disease Jersey Cows, Brood Nares. will sell at my farm at 1:30 P. M., I one-ha- lf 1-- ISO-pou- 3-- 1-- 200-poun- 3-- mile west of Prmetitiie. Eierrpick-ag- e of the aboie Reaedies sold ot 3-- 3-- i Personal Guarantee, bached by George H.Farris Stanford, Ky. Sam Bell about COO buihels, Jnl.e Kobmson is nlso delivering today, and others are coming in. The wheat is said to bo in splendid shupc ns a general tiling tins season, though now mid then a crop is run across that does not a vera go (up well. Friday, Tuly My herd consisting of 20 strictly high grade fresh Jersey cows, inese cows are young, gentle, good conformation, deep milkers, rich in butter fat. Most of these cows hare been bred to my registered St. Lambert bull. of 135-poun- 110-pou- 1-- 1-- Vahingtou und MeMakin. 1-- 1-- 1-- 1-- 770-pou- nd 1-- 3-- Ta-ter- Monte Fos. The bunch averaged 13GI pounds per hend and the price was $7.00 per hundred. Monte rox, the Boyle cnttle deal er, shipped to New York last week 20 cars of fine cattle. There were nbout 3C0 in the drove and thev were about n, good as any that were ever shipped from this section. Most of them were purchased in Boyle county nt prices ranging from 7 2 to S cents. J. T. Blankenshin, the prominent and popular stock trader of the Woodstock section of Fulnski, brought three uice sows nnd their pigs to tuu'ti Monday and suld them 1-- Bovlc. delivered 75 hend of cattle to Eight Good Brood Mares Three of them native bred; five heavy western. These mares have all done farm work; been bred and I believe safely in foal to Tate & Messer's famous Jack,Samson. TERMSCash or bankable note, due Jan. 1, 1913. GEO. A. BAIN, of Lexington, Ky., Auctioneer. 1-- 700-pou- to c, 1.200-poun- c, Eld-ridg- 99& PERFECT! 1-- 000-pou- 1000-poun- 7. XIIE "WAYSIDE" PLA'CE 1) a W.IMIINTOI IT.TItn .nnn-nnnmiTUt oGBiCVLTlBEi r BSSSSCca UU A.NS fZAKT UHKU LOCTisrnii,cT .MOW Vt.M.f) ai-rto- it f Its caehaaloaX sad vorklax M applM to iU tara waeoaa tonus tho jraar 1U. wV fbU Esporlatstal 8taM 6m1tm to toota and tb. roaalta of eaav oubmltt.l to iW.rxotntlaSJ Btasoarl of tottaTsa svplloa ,to all wagona of 1 tkra eOBStrnstlon or. th. hm ana tho otaniort ofo porf.ottoai 3 11" la 10O9. Tho Krataokr Wagon MunifMturUic Company' a total porsost lao fans waaom oosploto, aa Bbaltt.a, proauoM wagon - tho ., ahowUg praotloally a porf.ot go of 99 wlw.lai th tlakv atortol, flaloh art ooaatruotloai tho aot ofwht.laj tb. tra.aoaa ' Of th. eaaol tb. alleaamt of front ana roar ,, th. f th.lr elrovaf.raoo tb. lor.l of body on bolot.roi anglo ofV ont.rtne of bora&a, both roar anS 'front; th p.rf.at on f.llooa) o.nterlne of tbo atasoari to bolotorai an& unlfom with bolt and otnt.r c . of tongu. tho allssmnt of roko light and easy draft) teg.tb.rv cf roar azlo (Uioh prodnooa with tho hoarr eoatlng of aalnt.S- - eo to oonploto tho oo.t va for foot fara waeoa oror woboltt.d to wagon to ezaalnatlon. I. al.o ' a load of 'thro tlos' fonsd that eftor anbBlttlas thla load rtoala for Tt Ita oatalornod oapaoltv. aad l.ttlng th and azl.a oaa .tnal t0 bonro, tho roooll of chtol eoattauooa tho dtoroaaloa, which roe. to pror. oonolaalT.lr that nothing) tat ptrf.otly Ut. tlab.r and nattrlal.nt.rd Into Ita OMtruatlOB. Jtt Iif, tira pr.i iavTlJtl V wM s41b sad rwoaramlato b. rntwky warn aaaafe.frulac iiUUl tb. Try opprtualtyJtUtj tbi rj waps that had aa ttatlM OTr coMloilmf , jt 0 II. S. Letton, of Bourbon county, sold to Simon Weil lust week his herd of 62 head of 1,500 pound cattle nt a price wiid to be ubout 8 cents per pound. My. Letton sells unnuully about $10,000 worth of cuttle. of Boyle county, A. II. Bastin, bought ten Jerey cows and seven heifers for $700 from S. W. Moss, Ourrnid county. Hnmuel Hay has sold his farm of 120 acres lying nenr Harrodsburg on tho Mackville pike, formerly the W. T. Phillins fnun. to Squire Mat G. Morris, of tho Salvisu section, of Mercer. The price was frrJi) uu ncic. The sound of tho thresher is heaul in the land this week. Thou Kinds of bushels of the olden grain nrp bcinir delhered to J. II. Baugh- man & Co.. here, und turned into their elector. Thev nro puling $1 nor bushel for the wheat and rei (eirins it daily. Will Shanks nnd Miit Mvcrs were the firt to thresh. Thev tot u croi of ubout 2.500 bush- tls'nnd are delivering it now. Geo. Hail delivered n crop of about 1.000 hogs to Center Bros., ot Fiiiir T.iek last week. Mr. Thompson got 0 2 cents n pound for tho porkers. J. P. Ballard nnd F. L. Thomp?on bought ten head of steers from the Kidwell Bros., of Crab Orchard, nt 4 1 cents last week. They will put the brutes on grass n mouth or two before shipping them. The steers averaged about 700 pouiins. Mcssis'. Thompson and Italian! sold to Woods Walker, of Garrard, a bunch of siv suckling calves at f23 He will ,feed thui until n hend. thev get big enough to export. Thej Yere good ones. J. F. Cook, one of the largest stock and horse and mule dealers in Fayette county, wns here Monday accompanied by Henry T. Brown. hi father-i- n law. Thev weie looki.j' for some nice horcs. Mr. Cook iu- -t his hiuh class stallion, HiiHi Order with four registered irnr?? bred to him, to Ira Peck, a wcalthv New Yoiker. He also sold him two registnrrd Tamworth and Hampshire gilts. .Mr. Peck owns a large ranch in Texas, and this stock will probably be shipped there. Mr. Cool: wvnt from Lincoln to Fnvette, and his host of friends here nro interested in the gieat micccss ho is making. 3-- II. Woods for $00 F. L. Thompson sold 03 J. 200-poun- d C E. TATE. ADMINISTRATOR'S SALE! II. S. Clirihtoptier, as ndminisi trutor of in. Christopher, deceased 1, will on who is an original of Garrard, wa hero Monday, and wns warmly congratulated on nil hides upon the nomination of his candidate. Mr. Mount lind the pleasure of seeing Garrard instruct for his man, something that few counties in tho stnto did. Mr. Mount says that Harvev Helm is . running like wild fire in Garrard nnd tale. H. S. Christopher. county, by n is sure to entry that Administrator of Wm. Christopher. large majority. A. T. Scott. Auct. J. It. Mount, man Wilson Thursday. July 25th. 1912 Beginning nt 1 o'clock I. JL sell to the highest bidder the farm of Wm. Christopher, deceased, containing 93 3 acres, located nt Ducim VUta Gairanl County, Ky., on the Ilurgin nnd Dix Ilivcr turnpikes, right nt the postoffiee and in Hght of three (.hurdies nnd n good school. This farm is locnted in the best agricultural district in the county, nnd is in a good ntato of cultivation, well udnpted to grow tobacco, hemp, corn and wheat. Eery acre can be cultivated. The improvement consists of a good seven-roofrnmo dwell-in- ? house, in good repair with nil necessary outbuilding which ate nil good. A No. 1 good cistern ut tho dojr nnd good spring house right In the yard; never failing Htrenm of water for stock. At the same time nnd place I will sell all tho personal property consisting of 2 ood work horses, 2 sows nnd pigs, larmuig implements, etc., good tro hune vagon and good liny frame, wagon and plow gear, household and kitchen furniture nnd one good piano. desiring to look nt the Anyone farm before day of sale, can cilll on me nt premises and I will bo glad to chow same. Iicmember that this property must be sold to wind up the cstato of baid deceased. Terms mado known on day of m Le-Hi- gh Portland Cement h All in cotton sacks. We buy in car lots. Le-Hig- Portland Cement Have a fresh car now, J. H. Baughman A Co. ww) Phone 1 1 Stanford, Kentucky. SPECIAL EXCURSION TO THE Mountains of Western North Carolina Wednesday, July 10, 1912 Round Trip Round Trip Fares From Danville. Ky. A5HE.VILLE, H. Q $7.50 a .a ttW & "Land ot the Sky" j HENDERSON, N. C WaynesvIHe, N. C. S I "Sapphire Country" LAKE T0XAWAY, N. C $9.50 Special through tra in, consisting: 0f electric-lighte- d Pullman, Ohervntion una Drawing room Sleeping Cnr$, Dinin Car and Day Coaches, will leavo Danville at 10:05 I M. July 10. Tickets uUo Kood on rculur H. B. Northcott Healer In Live and DresseiPtiltry, Eus,Ice,CwI,W(H),Firs Hides, Salt, FIRE INSURANCE md SURETY BONDS E.M.NEWLAND STANFORD, KY. ""M raaU ,. TlTOTTSV NiuW )"'.-- !; VHBW 7 HTRJBtl Lbe, Feath- J. C. McClary truiiiri. Wil t SwwT lay, Tin Farwr, Iwittlcirtc Imtrtlally Fir Tin PMfli SOMC Ht ANB LET US SHOW HfiU THIS FAMOUS WAOON E. SUmfoid, KoMtucky T. PENCE & Special prices on Matting, Druggets and Furniture until August 1st. A few second-hanBuggies and Surreys cheap. Also two good Jersey cows. d ers, Ginseng, etc. Ph3e Lancaster, Ky. Branch House, Stanford, Ky. I H T efi- G. B. PRUITT, WSM ST i llWwIf Mnjt PHONE 153. -- BMSAUMII STANFIM KENTUCKY. HSoM FMM 9v winSe rMM lea AN UNMRTAKIR Itoturn limit July 25, 1912. Liberal Stop Out Privileges. .. DIVERSE ROUTE. bo direct and return via Chattanooga, Lookout Mountain, or a. $1.50 aMUIeMl For full in formation call on any Ticket Agent or write : H. C. KING, PasswHttr Mi Ticket Agent, 101 East Main Street, LexinfteA. Ky. (C.N.0.4T.P.RY.) W. A. IECKLER, General Pas-entand Swwthwfn Railway, Afent, InfaHs SuHdini, Chi- vice-verser V4