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Interior journal (Stanford, Ky. : 1912): July 23, 1912 Interior journal (Stanford, Ky. : 1912) 300dpi TIFF G4 page images Shelton M. Saufley Stanford, KY 1912 int1912072301_sn85052023 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Interior journal (Stanford, Ky. : 1912): July 23, 1912 Interior journal (Stanford, Ky. : 1912) Shelton M. Saufley Stanford, KY 1912 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. ' F WWWmKn TATE ,;1W0. tF 8 The NO. fit) Interior Journal. STANFORD, LINCOLN COUNTY, KENTUCKY. TUESDAY, WEATHER FMCCAST Fair mhI CeeJer D 63d YEAR. JULY 23, 1012, TUESDAYS AND FRIDAYS. both foot foremost nnd demand to ROOSEVELT MEN TO TO PUT ON DECREES FOR ANDERSON TEMPERANCE General News Nates. be given a front sent in the grand MEET HERE SATURDAY. LANCASTER LODGE. PEOPLE FOR HELM The Kmperor of Japan is about to TEMFCRANCE VtTERS. stand because tliey nre "tempernnre FOR CONGRESS. die. men' They think that (his should FrefTMllve Republicans te Held Lecal KnJfMs sf Pythias te Go Over They nro now belling 1 to 5 thnt FMfcn Wed Satisfied entitle them to nil the offices nnd nil Cewnty Cenventien, Meet hi a ledy m Thursday. you can't pick a state that Tuft will Two Letters Ceme Out Whkh Shew Delegates ami Orfanize tho honors nnd because they mny :WMh Htrvcy Helm's FhKIm Hew Sullivan's Effect te Ride Evflnf. carry in November. hnve voted dry in the Inst local op Temperance Voters Inte Disoloaures in New York seem to The Roosevelt Progressives of the Responding to an invitation from indicate that the police sanctioned tion ejectmo, or voted in the legisla Centres Is Faillnf . republican part will hold their Lin- - their brothers of the lodge nt Lan bnf- - ture for Home county unit bill, thev f34ge Sullivan, of Richmond, the murder of a noted gambler to Just bow flat the efforts of Judge at every, tuni, in his efforts to should be given nil preferment, while co1" rol.v convention here Sntur caster for an exemplification of snve them from being exposed in Sullivan nnd his friends to "ride" the democrats of the Eighth their opponents who did not calcu- - ,,ft' afternoon nt hnlf piirt one o their degree tenm work, a big dele- their protection. ressional district, from their lute with such cunning upon the po- - ,(,k t lie P"rt bonne, when for- gation of members of Diadem lodge Senker Champ Clark and the en- him to victory in the congressional ,nftl organisation will be effected, Knights of Pythias of Stanford, will tire democratic membership involved, should . altv to Harvev IMm ... .,,... .....i. Hticnl advantages ....... of the race on the temperance issue, are y g forth the Inst effort of n los- - ,,fl bunded the cold shoulder all . delegates selected to the state con of over Thursday night and put on House iitcd Woodrow Wilson and falling, is again shown in two letvcnlion and n county committee or the saeond and third rnnks there. pledged him their united support. n... ' around, ters which have fallen into the hands? candidal .....1 is r.Hr.in - guuixed. ThU will be the night of the second m which in oftentimes culeu - ! T'lc '"tenor Journal ih a temperHnrry C'nmnitr. twirled a great o fthe I. J. The writer of the first lroniincnt republicans all over day of tho Lancaster fuir, which is game for Lexington Sunday defeat- letter, John W. Flowers, is said to to win voles when the ,,ooi)le 'nnce neuspnper nt nil 'linimi. tt'u v refused nil other claims, 0f u' editor never voted for whisky in" his the county who do not endorse the given this yenr under the auspices ing Maysville .'I to 1 and holding be one of Sullivan's leaders m Adair county. Tho letters are perfectly (credited cundidnte. lie is cmWv-in- g life and never expects to, und he did rethndn by which Tnft was given of the Knights vf Pythias of Oar-rnr- them to four hits. what he could in his humble way to " nomination at Chicago have nl- self explanatory and spenk well for Attorney General Garrett says the to ride the temperance senti The members of the Stanford new drinking cup law doesn't apply themselves. They are ns follows: ent ja, the Eighth district into coa keep whisky out of the county in tho 'icndy signed cnllH for the meeting, Flowers' Letter. ts ujmmi ihe trutned up allega recent local option election. He Tho Roosevelt men have taken ns lodge will lose no time in doing tome to schools, the very place it is needColumbia, Ky., July 10, 1912. tion" Unit the whisky people nre be- - never rrotu howover, tn up tlm't as their motto "Thou Shalt not Steal," live boosting for the Stanford fair, ed most. ut'd hiich men ns Judge John N. which will be held here Augut 21, ltd Congressman Helm, mid l3ie an argument why he should Ik- - elect County Judge Tartar, of Pulaski, Pastor Presbyterian church, "" Ijawrcnccburg, Ky. ' farther consideration thnt he Sul ed to office und has no patience with Mcnefce Jr., J. V. William, W. P. ! nnd 2.1, nnd which promises to be has refused to call a local option Kincnid, S. C. Lyon, Will Cordicr, one of tho bct exhibitions in the ejection hsked by i(he tempefrance Dear Sir: livan -- U reponfiblc for most of the those "professional prohibitionists" . people, on the pTound that their peI have been informed that the apernnce lawn now upon the who are now doing just'such u thing. 'Jo,,n Chappcll, Craig Camden, Ben this ear. A full delegation of tition did not contain a sufficient . . ... part ot tne Lunsford, Ous Ocisiy, T. W. Napier, - .. whisky people in Anderson , county Statute books of Keiituckv. inn ueinocrniH oi tins the mcmlwrs if the local lodge will number of names in one precinct. are supporting Helm for Congress Notwithstanding the facts in the slate have before this seen the tem- - Simon Pctrey, B. II. King, Sidney go over Monday night. Quite a num. and urc opposed to Sullivan on acfcane, notwithstanding thnt CongTes - ' ernnce entiment of the ieople jduy. Pnnbar, and others who hnvc long Ler of the lodge members will attend Junction City. count of his favoring the passage ed ijih)h by vote hunters and they.1" identified with the republican the Ijincnstcr fair during the week, man Helm declared hitnelf as favor Mr. Forrest Kelley has accepted "ne out openly for the and boost for the local fair. ing the measure in the national eon- - have usually seen tho nigger in the I,nrty l"v a position with, the Cumberland Gro- the pnssage of the cejinty unit law. Is my information correct t I have jreM which Ihe iemperance pople woodpile with unerring perspicacity. Koosevclt ticket and will participate cery Co. nls.i been informed that Mr. Booth, We believe that they will do it ii'.;nin in the convention here Saturday. Most ardently desire enncted into law Miss Kliznbeth Vermillion, of Dan-ul- !, Pony Class (Shetland under 40 Superintendent of the Kentucky Disudse Sullivan can't i ''"-- , lenders hay there is much en- - inches.) Limited to Garrard county. vu"r' P and which he, himself has never yet.''1 who has been the guest of Miss tilleries nnd Warehouse Co., is Mandemocrats of thusiasm among the leading rcpubli-thi- s Stallion, mare or gelding any age, Irene Lyons, has returned home. no far as we have seen, publicly de- - fool the tcmiernnce aging Mr. Helm's" campaign and I distiict. They've seen this game cant over the county nnd they look $15: Hest turnout driven by boy or Mrs. Addie Minton and daughter, I clare himself as favoring, Judge for n large attendance at the con- girl vehicle nnd occupants 50 per Afiss Kola, i)f Cincinnati stopped want to know if this is correct. tatlvnn 1a tmw fitt..fn,.iiitr ltirvtii.K If the liquor people are supportvention Saturday. 1te medium of iwrsonnl letters to .frlniul for it. over with Mrs. Charles S Lyons, en cent. Pony 00 per cent. ing Helm, it looks like it is time for Similar conventions will be held tn voter all over the district, to Pony Class, (Other than Shet route to Moreland, Ky. the temperance people to be getting -over the Mote. The Adair county land.) All One Way At Lancaster ddadc than into the llicf that he Mr. nnd Mrs. Harry Teets, of Mare or gelding any age $10;. busy. I inclose stamped envelope Roosevelt men organized Inst Satur h is the. only dyedin-tle-wntemper-pjinc- e Shetland Class. Rest foal of 1912 yewton, III., visited Miss Willie BenLancufiter, July 2'--.v for your reply. Yours truly, day in an enthusiastic convention. candidate while, on the other Cnngrcsniaii Helm hud the crowd $7.50; Stallion nny age, 7.50; mare ton Logsden on their way to Dayton, (Signed) John W. Flowers. band be would have the people be- - .completclf with liiiu afall stages in Ten u. Xi i ,. or gelding any uge, $7.50. -' The Reply LANCASTER FAIR !? lieve, it Keems, that Harvey Helm is l,U joint debute with Judge Jere Sul- A freight engine got off the track Plantation Clubs .Mure or geldLawfeliCeburg, Ky., July 20, '12 ' in the local yards Thursday evening -- .. ing any age, $30. " ueru Aioniiny uiiernoon. 3 iinc.i., nviin "" " Hie A -- ' " .Mr. John W. Flower, lirur.a nif.l rrU ul.. m...i ... 4li. t .. was accompanied Here Intm Starts Temerrow With Seed Pros v "I" " Special Class Pest youn lady and tore up the tracks, doing some "" laucr TVr'ir Columbia, Ky. "'4.' pects Fine Premium list. whole stute of Kentucky, and that Uiehimmd by about u dozen t'neudx.! $100 or $500 worth of damage. rider $15. Dear Sir: -the tcDiiwrnnee people of the di- - lllt ,le IM.al dmirerH of Helm out- All that was mortal of the late - Iliirnes-- i ('las-- . Stallion .2 years Tour letter addressed to the inci win nave not aw? to gain ana ,ulmtM.ied them so that the oiowd Weduesibiy is the first day of the and under 3. $15; stallion .'! years W. G. was interred in the pastor of the Presbyterian church ' Lunciister fait and the premium list . . everything to by the election of nN ,, w .. . , cemetery at this place Saturday afand ijnder 4, $20. has been handed to me for answer. for that duy is n particularly at- Helm. Mr. , orutic leaders say that Garrard will Saddle Clns- - Mare years old ternoon. We nre without n pastor now, but tiactive one. The premium list for and over, $20. Just what the temperance leaders ,. tlllpe ,ir fnr",ti olle Miss Itessio Duiham has returned n,.lln j,, since I urn uu Elder of the church, I the first and second days is as folm 'mco,n c,,"",y """ ol "" ",l the primary Satmday. August 3, Runabout Class. More or geld- from a visit to Mrs. Monte Searles trust that I may be able to correct lows : , seeking assnmptnou of the Iitm in Louisville. ing any age, $25. tho false information thnt you have First Day, Wednesday, July 24, 1912 guwbed cundidnte from Madison, is Mrs Will f. Logan, of Wilkes-baiTrummett Murphy. Roadster Class. Stallion, maie received. Mule Class. Horse mules under shown by the following stutement, Pa., visited Miss Willie Ren-to- n or gelduig 2 years and under 3, $20. On last Wednesday, Rev. D. M. 1 year In Anderson county the people are , signed by the ininiMrin $10; mare mule uudor 1 year f Klnnfin-iTLogsden Thursday. Fancy driving class. Decorations Walker said the words that made (Limited to Garrard County) nearly equally divided on the temperMr Helm's boinc: $10; not considered. Mare or gelding any Mr?. Mary K. Hankla and daugh(Jiisliiva I'liuii'iiett ami J. W. horse inuhi 1 ance question that is, luVnit half are What Temperance Leaders Here Say JIUs year old and under 2, age $20. ter. Miss Lucy vWted Mrs. John ' .Murphy one. Miss itiummctt N the wet and half are dry. 1 ear and under 2, $10; mare mule Stanford, Ky., July 22. 1012 Champion Class. -- Foal of 1912, Hays in Mitchellsbtrrg Sunday. Miss daughter of Mr. Riley ilrummett of Both sides, with singular unaniWe, the undersigned ministers of $10; mule under I jear old either either sex to be shown to hand $.10. Lula Mny Hays went iome with mity, nre supporting I hi- - city. The gioom is the son of Mr. Helm. I esthe christian churcbe of this city spi.SIo; mare uud mule foal (foal Model Class. Stallion, mare or them. Mr. Will Murphy, of Garrard countv timate that out of a democratic vote side) $l.'i. find county, do heieby Mate that we by Miss Klizabeth gelding, an age to le shown to hnud, Adams, of Ml. oi about fifteen hundred, They hae the heartiest congratuMr. Sulliare perfectly satisfied with the Saddle Class. Maie or gelding $20. Vernon. Mrs. It. D. McGrnw .nnd lation;, ut their many friends. van would receive not exceeding one 1 of the IIi. Harvey Helm upon jear and under 2, $lo; mare or Filie Haines Class. Stallion Miss LuVinia MtOravv have return-e- d hundred or one hundred and fifty p the Shejrd-Kenyo- n iieldiii!! 2 cars uud under .'I, flo; ''ill now pend from attending a linu.ee party at nare or gelding any age, 3". Weaver D.tell. votes in thfs county, it the vote were ing in Congress, the parage of which mam or gelding !l enrs and under 4, the residence of Miss Pa'ttie llurke (ukon Chnmpioji Class, (Roudster) today. Helm's supporters nre Mr. (ieoige Dow ell and Mix Mary $:m. is earnc.tly desiied by the temperStallion, mare or gelding, any nge in Brjantsville. drawn from Loth sides nnd the liance people. Weini'i1, both of f rub Orchard, were Harness ( Ponies (Shetland) $200; this premium is gieu by the Mis'- Kancy llailey, of Louisville, quor question is cutting on figure in J. J. DICKEY. nun lied T1i'irsd.i. July 18. M'r. Fastest pony to be driven by boy following citizens of Paint Lick, Ky. Mis lietnice Hughes, of Lexington the contest. ., Pastor of the Methodist church. I towel! - a fanner of ("rah Orch- under IS yenr $10; mare and foal and ili-- s Fannie Anderson, of Wil- Sullivan's leader iu the county U J It. JONES. ard, lie Juide i veiy popular among (foal nt side) ?".."0. Stabbing Affray aUCrab 'Orchard. more uie guests of Mrs. J. Walker Hon. William Dowiiug, Senator from Pntor of the llaptist church, her friend", who join in ami wih Phaeton Pony l.'i hands and I'u- News was received here this week linilcy. this distiict, and himself a distiller, v. i imivK, the inch Micce der. Mine or gelding any age $!.; thiouli life. Mis. . Iiiliu F. Ronton is nl Olyinpin the ol a stabbing affray at the depot in son of a distiller, and one of the PnHtor Prcsbteiiau church. stallion 1 year old and under 2, $1."; Crab Orchard Muudoy which came Springs for a week's stay. constant opponents of the countv M. WALKER. Spradlin Merritt. I. Pony Class. Under 48 inches to near resulting filially for the second sMrs. James I). Shelby was in Dan- unit bill. MiuiMer'hiistinn church. be ridden by hoy thiee times around Mi-- s Nettie ('. .Spiailliii, of son of John King, a well known fur- - ville Friday afternoon on a shopMr. Booih, superintendent of one 18. R. XOEL, llaptist evangelist. uud .Mr, lwi Merritt f ring. Fastest pony nny age, $10; t HK.r it' (lt. .'.iwl I'.,1 A .... .......n.1 ping expedition. of the plunts of the Kentucky IF. V. SL'RLES, Pastor Mule Knee. rastest mule to be e Wayncslnirg, wcie united in Mis. If. C. Cut run and children hlu m, said to be lrom Gilbeit s .., iniee limes . , & Warehouse Co., and a .. Ilustoiiville llaptist church. (Mini around iini;. nest July lit. .Mr. Whcrntt is a III eek section, is said to ha stab have iiUlinicd from Somerset, where irresbyteriiin by the way, will vote for W. S. WILMS. Pastor popular oiing iiiiiii of Wa.MicKbui'g, two in three heats, $10. bed him in the hollow of the right tliey viiited her p.ueuls, .Mr. cud Mr. Helm, I am told, but he is not Ilustoiiville Christian church. Harness ('Inss. Mare or gelding while the bride bus a host of friends lung, n the result of im altercation. Mis. A. J. McF.ii laud. managing Helm's campaign, and is The real teuiierauce 2 yen is old and mnler 3, $15: Hoplo of who wish hem iniicli luippiuccs. A 4etachnient of the Holy Rollers A brother of King was said to have supporting him rather lukewarmly. Lincoln, of whom it is- onu ti ml for Rockaway Class. Mare or geldgave .several performances on the been badly beaten up in the nffray. ' In fact everybody here is for Helm whom the lute.ior Journal counts Presbyterian church Officers Elected ing 4 yenrs old or over, $20. Several here from Crab Orchaid told itreels of this uity Satunbiv and with regnrd to race, color or previous Saddle t'lass. Stallion 4 years hscu itiaiiiiel to bpeak, have no I At the legular of the affair but were unable to give Sunday. services at the condition of servitude. The question INitienco with any candidate who is uud oer, Jlisse Annie Ciisby, Laura Kelley you raise Presbyterian church Sunday John W particulars. has occurred to no one High Acting Harness a tempciaucu man because he thinks Rout was elected I'las. Oeorgia Anderson, Anna Hurku, here. Helm has an P.ldcr of the made an excellent it 'a popular und will win him votes, (Must be cobbed or Mocked.) Mure Louella Liugle and Kthel Clurkson impulsion congregation, and William Grimes, u Skull Crushed by Windlass on our people personally, They are tired to death und thoror gelding any age, $4(i mir any left here Monday morning via motor and Deai on. I to tli are among the most officially has been of real use. John W. Decker, H well known oughly disgiicled with having various age legardlcss of sex or color. $35. for the Institute in Harrodslmrg. piomhicut members of the congre Among other things, he has caused of the Highland section, had uud biindry cuudidutcs going up tiud Secend Day, Thursday, July 25, '12 Residents of Junction City uu appropriation to be gation. They were chosen to till the skull crushed .lo!i the length iii.d breadth nt the vacancies occasioned to the chill ch s,I Mule Class. Hoise mule 2 years i his ..n .,!!..:.... i.. by i. a... iwindlassi oi afflicted with a plague of fleas. Thin public building a tiling made for a, ... i -tlmt I'1"K isi iil.ui., ..im as nml iimlni-.l- . land, saving in effect, "Heboid me, I 1. M...-- ....! - v.. 'aw of the injury he died M..d..y. men who find it necessary to hold sought in vain for yeurs. we had , .iveiiuug boiuds by the death of ll,.. jiui a good teuieraii('e man, theren banner when trying to cast a Ho not uudeistaiid me to be one ate John J. McRoWs und Geon: He , sunned by his wife nnd five fore give mo an office." We believe shadow, have pioveu excellent pas- of Helm's rank partisans. " I am 'l'ihlren, the oldest being oTilv about xr..... ClilHi. l.k fflrmf that the Mopto an u whole are sick turage (or theso little pests, while merely writing you the truth us Mr. Decker was "' " wagon.-P- air of these "prohibitionists for politics of mules any age WO;!.12 .. . , stouter ones have tried every remedy know .1 --- uwa a H.BflflaH. rflia., it. Our teuiieriiiice people -, -- s,aU) (f ml,eS( (qw of n)ol.e WQ. ou ,mr m age. lie was imne.i known to scieuce in their efforts to .1y" who piute of what they have e thoroughly sutisfied with Mr. Twc'la-- "f,er ""vices lit the 31. w R. Kuibrj-lus- t week purchased (Owned or exhibited by iudjviduul niihe" and when u done for the get lid of them. It is believed they Helm. It appears tt us that if be is HU family hme jMpriali church. for office comes on, Use that "f Wulluce Walter the lutter'h baud- - rum. I were hog tleati, piobubly caused by ! b beaten it should be on somo ,J,J,'r ,,e f "" Hurness Cbis JIure or ireldimr. us the chief urcumciit for' their elec ,""J new cottuge on Lokiiii aveuue.l the many poieines n our streets. other mound than uuy tiling we have I reavemeut. 'nr' UIUI " &niury win move into one yeur and under 2, $15. Hon. heard or know in this couiiection. He Combined Class, (Five Oaited No. matter whut issue comes before U t mice und make their borne. The A.".oll,er h,,imw"t of " uppeais right on the bill pending in Both ;.hea' and con, are declin. Mare or gelding any age.l . "professional prohJbi- - price paid for the property was not She W . lllto Cong, ess he liquor traffic. Ch,Capo marUet- - Cuttle eookiug ranges n l,,fc' I $30. phwww like ww, jump into it with madepuWio. continue up. (tw. (Signed) J. Yf. MAHAtf. It StfllVAN CATT "WMK" THE I i- ,,, ........ d. -- ". ol w-- f "' i" -se ..... fr - "- I j ,,,,, e, - Wny-iifslm- i'; -- innr-ling- ' les-ide- ut . 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ExVeter- inarian U. S. Army Office LefM'l tWo, Phone 432, Agent American Hog Cholera Serum. Danville, Ky. Lincoln Lodge No. 00, T. k A. V., meets in stated eommafiieatioa oh each first and third Monday sights of each month, at 7 o'clock la their hall oa Main street, Stanford, Ky., Members of sister lodges fraternally invited to be present. II. C. Carpenter, Secretary. Auto Owners The Motorist's First Aid Kit. One 2 inch Gauze Bandage. One I Inch Gauze Bandage. One Roll Z. One Box J. H. Baughman & Co. Phone 11 Stanford Kentucky. W.A.Tribble w& HONESTLY ftfift 0. Adhesive Plaster I In by I yar' Mentholafum (for cuts and burns.) ZEMO FOR DANDRUFF ROTATION j. iKOFS One-ha- lf dozen safety pins (3 large 3 small.) f It's tbe Best Polity if written by FISH & BROMLEY The Insurance Specialists le Surprised to See Hew Quickly it Disappears. No more dirty coats dandruff hends. Zcmo stops dandruff. Apply It any time with tips of fingers. No smell, no smear, Zeino sinks into the pores, mnkes the scalp healthy, makes the hnir fine and glossy. For any skin affliction, itch, dandruff, eczema, pimples, blotches, try Zcmo at our risk. Zcmo is prepared by E. W. Itose Medicine Co., St. Louis. Mo., and is sold in Stanford by Penny's Drug Store. You WHI Stanford, Kentucky (Promptly BwaseTkeyPayjlOOc on the Dollar (Legal Rates They're Paid to Predict it In spite of tho fact that a number of the papers in tho Eighth District nre predicting the nomination of Judge Jcre A. Sullivan, we are go ing to bet our bankroll that Harvey Helm will bo the Democratic nominee for Congress from ihnt district. Louisville Herald. DANGER IN DELAY Kplj t. MIcbifia ColTipeidt "I am growing sugar beets and my land seems to be decreasing in production. What rotation can I use?" I In some localities it has been found that beets do best following alfalfa, corn and small grains. A very good rotation is as follows: First, wheat; second year, beets; then clover for two years, last crop being plowed under, then potatoes, and the rotation repeated If alfalfa can be grown In your locality It Is a good plan to Include this In the rotation. In Montana the best rotation for beet raising Is as follows: Wheat, clover, oata, sugar beets, barley and peas. In Utah the following rotation gives good satisfaction: First year, sugar beets; second year, peas and oats for forage; third year, sugar beets; fourth year, oats, seeded to alfalfa; tftb year, alfalfa. One pair Tweezers. One pair scissors. Price 1.50 At PENNY'S, The RexaJl Store. THREE-HORS- E HITCHES Kidney Diseases Are Too Dangerous Sanety Fruit Jars Sanicap Tops Please try this jar. It will meet yourapproval. Extra wide mouth and sanitary, Jfxourgreter has none in stotk, insist en his t;tttn le thrm for you. Mason jars. Also, ask for Sanicap Tops for your They arc doamer and more uuutary. old-sty- Yeur Grocer Can Get These Jars Thro' Curry, Brown & Snyder. Lex. For Stanford people to Reflect The crcnt dancer of kidney trou Lie is that they so often tret a firm hold before the sufferer recognizes then. Health will bo gradually headache, Backache, lameness, soreness, nervousness, lumbnso, urinary troubles, dropsy, rowel and Briirhts disease may fol low as tho kidneys get worse. Don't neclect your kidneys. Help the kid noys with Doan's Kidney I'ills, which are fo strongly recommended right here in Stanford. Dawson Barnctte, Rowland, St., Stanford, Ky., sajs: "Somo timo ago I had a Revere fall and this together with tho jarring to which I am sub ject ut mv work, broucht on kidrey trouble For several days I could hardly get about on account of the terriblo pains in my back. I also noticed that tho passages of tho kidney secretions were irregular, cs racially at night. I decided to cure my trouble before it became chronic and r.s I knew Doan's Kidney Pills to he good for such complaints, I began their use. Before I had finished the box, I was entirely cured and have had no kidney trouble since." For sale by nil dealers. Price 50 Co., Buffalo, cents. Foster-Milbur- n New York, solo ngonts for the United States. Remember the name Doan's and tnke no other. A Kansas correspondent writest "In e vener f or a disk, Baking a three-hors- e I would like to know where the hole of Should be bored. Should the evener be given to the single horse to make an even distribute of the pull, or should It be measured from the outside of the singletree?" two-thir- consideration the fact that the amount of work each horse does is in proportion to the lever arm or the portion of the doubletree given to him. In the case of three horses the third horse, or one which works singly, in order to do the same amount of work as the other two, should be given twice the length of lever arm as the team. The length of the evener and also the length of the singletrees will depend upon the size of the horses and also whether you destre working them dose together or somewhat spread out. For summer work the horses will stand the heat a little better if given plenty of room. This is advisable where conditions are such that more room can be given and at the same time not hinder accomplishing the work satisfactorily. You will note in illustration No. 1, that the third horse is given thirty Inches of the lever arm, while the other two are given only fifteen. This distance is satisfactory for medium, sized horses. Where larger teams are to be used, It should be increased accordingly. iculty in dividing the load equally among the horses If you take Into You will experience but little diff- Everything at Cost j During the BIG SALE Cummins Home of H. S. & Charlie Whitemoon, the Cowboy Herbalist. Whose wonderful Root & Herb medicines have been making such wonderful cures for years past in Kentucky, extends greetings to the readers ofThe Interior Journal, through the courtesy & splendid rates off by its editor. The name of my great universal remedy, is COM--CEL-SAR. r-- ed A dun ttnt bona trtafr 1 composed of 10 Roots & Herbs. It ! an ideal spring & fall tonic, stom ach, liver, kidney, bladder & blood remedy. is a body & nere builder of great merit ft should be used both spring ft fall for bmHBBHHF putting the blood ft general system in fine condition to meet the neces-Ear- y changes taking place at those seasons, is sold at all drug stores, tho' some times, you find a druggist who for seme reason BsmmmmmmmmmmmmHBm will not handle my remedies. In that case, I will, on receipt of the price HBmmmmmmKmmWjsmBmmV of $1.00 send it p'os tage paid any place on earth. is packed ft backed by a legal guarantee that gets back your dollar if Com Cel-Salso for fails to do what you buy it for. Call for Science Sop which is made of pure vegetable oils ChsKo Whrte-Muofor Human skin Only, 18c a bar, 3 for 25o ft money back if yon don't happen to like it. My years of experience as a cowboy ft among the Indians, give me a peculiar fitness ft knowledge of the value of Roots ft Herbs as medicines, ft I would like to send every reader of this paper ft any friends of yours, a copy of the greatest book of its kind ever published, entitlIt is filled with startling facts obtainable no place else, ft costs you nothing ed, "The Cowboy Herbalist". a post card, ft if you want a fine calendar, say so ft I will mail you one for 1012, lithographed in five but round-upcolors, o fine likeness of myself, entitled "Ready for the All letters cheerfully answered, information given relative to Roots ft Herbs as medicines. Catholic a 30: 14, 15, 30, 17 also Chapter 38; 4, 6, 0, or Protestant, Read Your UWe Eiekial 47:12. Ecclefiia-lcWrite 15. St. Paul to the Romans, 14:2. Wisdoni of Solomon 7:17.20. Revelations 22:2 Psalm 103:14., so, 11 moaern aoctors wnn these verses down, then read them. The flibie says mywenw new mjswi Yew to be cutedt mercury ft other poisons can't heal Ihemselves, what chances have Xuura lor m ions, cimui. uwimjr m .ucewaiiu uiw. W. Broadway, LtukviUo, Ky. CHARLIE WHITE-MHyo write ter information, book or ealr,ad.drets DepL 7. . II iBBflBJHHBjBJK Cem-COr-S- ar Com-Cel'S- ar COflt-Cei-S- ar ar Com-Cel-Sn's ". N, sBsmmHasBmsT Sometime it Is necessary In working yoang animals, or light horses, to give them an advantage. This can be done by Increasing the length ef the lever arm. There la no set rule for deter- saining tho amount of advantage to be jtrea la the ease of small horses. The saost satisfactory way Is to use a num ber of holes and simply shift the clevis luatll the small horse is able to carry the load the entire day without be coming more fatigued than the other horse. Some claim that the amount of lever arm or advantage given the small bone should be in proportion to the weight, but this is not always satisfactory because It is not taking rrtto consideration the physical condition of the horses, which is a very Important factor. However, to begin with, this teeUiod of adjustment doee very well; other changes can be made as occasion requires. Mor eland. Mrs. Joe P. Cox and Mrs. VTyatt Montgomery spent last Thursday in Junction City. The Milledgeville Library Club gave a play "Those Awful Twins" in Junction City Inst Friday night. The same play was given in Moreland tho Saturday night before. Miss Gertrude, Richardson, of Junction City, is tho attractive guest of Mr. and Mrs. Ernest' fearen M. All Wool Clothes Stanford. Kentucky B. V. D. UNDERWEAR The Comfortable Kind W. E. PERKINS Crab Orchard, Ky Mr. Algar Weddle has returned to his home after a short stay in Bom B.i a. i - ... - r THE IHTEWrt JWWIAL tTWFtWt. KENTUCKY. TMEfAV. JULY 23, 1112, Pi U Lottie Cflrun, of Stanford Is the J. A. Robinson, one of the beet LvnvMf Wt known farmers in this state, was guest of her cousin, Mim Allie Union services were held nt the thrown from a horse and was painBaptM elm re h jjnnilny evening ond fully injured. It is feared thnt sev-- Propria! BHELTON M. BAUrMC- TRev. R. I lirown, of Bnrbourville, eral ribs are broken. H I (eaieAM t WW aH v Wow 111 laahaw SHORT LOCAL NEWS oa)0) Of 9M HI. Vwav Efaa I I 1 A TEAR STRICTLY IN ADVAMUR preached nn nble M I I aatahavaaa a ataawflor tlWftAMt Mf aavBak tliaaeaJt The inoviivg picture shows that iBaTV 1 1 Wm W I eraa4iriinarewaodaaaaae)ataeea ImMm Insure with Lillian Cochrnn will enter-tni- n (I tho petittlf at Stanford Mis Knltrtd I kaiHiitainairMr.itMniii)aaatra) I atkttaraa, Tfaara tan ljjr, )! M 09mmm9' i tlata mad malfrr. Saturday evening for licr nttrnc-liv- e POMeS. rIM Wo arTOtnteY repreOOM were given on last Friday nnd SattHOrn. AH Ifrfww. urday evening nt the opera hone guest MNs Illnnche Foleyt of DEMOCRATIC TICKET were enjoyed by all who were fortuin STiri or Omo Cjtt or Touno. I Jellico. Th6 hours will be For President: Tho orw arnlof nate enough to be present. Tiuxk J. OitxiT matr oath that he WOODROW WJLSON convivial conversation nnd nn tartnrr ot the Brm ol F. J, CHtntr A On, doux bualnea m the ntr ot TnlfdA. rtountv And fttat chestra, whirh furnished the music Fer Vice President luncheon will he served. arnrraakt, tixt that mkI arm will par tti rum ot THOS. R. MARSHALL ONE IKILLARK tor nth rrrrr Thio is n gnlu week in Lancaster. re of HUNDnED that cannot tot rurrd tr tlM nee ol certainly deserves the iirniio of the CiTiHRii uxax. town. The company will give shows On YVcdneihiy, Tliuifdny nnd Friday llu.a uitakhm FRANK J ClirT.V. Political Announcements Pirorn to before ne and tuberrtbed hi rar nrraenM Tlie annountrnttnta in Ihn column ara ot one of (he every Friday nnd Saturday nights, fairs in (lie ulnte "ill thu tn dr ol Dcftmorr, A. 1). !". het rarjdldattr (or offirr, aubjrct (o th action t A. W. OLEAaON. 7 ut I he opera house and the orchesLe held in Farm's henuliful wood-Inn- d ci the democratic primary! NotAT rrntc ZZ. f For Ctngrtu taken Interna!! and ltalll Catarrh ,und Already 100 stalls hnvo dlreetlr upon the Pure liand mnroua urtacea ol arte tra will furnish tho music. blond the 3. A. SULLIVAN, of Maditon been rinrnscd for horses nnd more trttem. tetul for tmtlmnnui. rrre. co. Toledo, o. HARVEY HELM, o( Uncoln r. j. riik.Ni.Y rVld br all Dructttta, !5e. Tar Commonvflth't Atterniy Mnrslinll Motley is here putting orders nrc nrrhing daily. Jala Hall a lamllr lllu for conntpatlon. EMMETT rUKTEAR, of Boil on n big On rim a 1 pale for Hughes Ifmry ToinliiiMon left last week B. BUUCH. of Lincoln W. To tho County Supervisors. No Martin & Co. Rend the big ad in for n bushiest stny in Hrnddoek, for Htprnintatieo tice is hereby given thnt July 27th lib HO 1 IHUVI VIROIL McMULLIN North Dnkoti Wacon U In Iti record of aarrlca all otrr the lie nnd his father is the Inst tiny for filing county rond this issue for full derails of the big country-- ), For Sktrlf n ami 13 ycara of wann aatiafac-lio- n event. rapalr eipeua onlj lew ccoia rear oh n several hundred nire4 of land. olninis. O. D. Cooner. Clerk. St 5. EACGHUAS I moat niithlnc. B. W. OIVENS upon which nn unusually fine crop J. O. WEATHERFORD. b la)linuni UWnrra i atxoluM Nntice. 5 per cent, penalty ad- Judge Hardin (n Court at Lebanon. of whent lini been raised this yenr. prooMnat tho quality of "ei IKIMV moo T. J. HILL i la built In, built Id by the beat wajton bulldrra ded to schjol tax July 29th. L. R. Tor County) Jul ft This spenks well for "Hugs'' nnd Hughes. to bo found ftnywhert, ln lb rholceat air Judve Clmrles A. Hardin, of this 53-1. A. RICE ratoned wood etock, aelreird ami loeptrd many timer, mUlanlUlly Ironed, hamliomely 3 jr.ny advance his interest very much NORTH M. P. judicial district, went to Lebanon t nd durably painted and the uiinrxl palna CUrlt For Circuit I ti ill make cheap pictures nt the Monthly In conatruellne rrcry plecr ami in n matrimonial line. t, taloflkelna ma4lA from U'lentlArall irt. morning to pict-idns J. D. WEAREN Mrrt Cnrdirr ptudin, nt Rowland for a paMarnt In conrny'a nwn foundry and aet nn Litllo Margaret' Barret Drown J. F. HOLDAU am wiiu raaci "iuen ana gall short time. A half dorcn for fifty special judge several days for Judge under W. M. DUNCAN J Immenio hydraulic prttaaur. celebrated her sexenth birthday nt rents. All kindslof in nnd out doors I. II. Thurmnn, who was disqualified , For Jailor w THAT'S WIY 'DID HCKORr f SM2.V. her home on Water Street. She in- photos. Call nnd see sample. ( PEYTON FARRISH V. frOni fritting in equity cases. botd creaaa well and latt ao !na. OEOROE DEDORDE vited a number of her friends to W. Greer. lhat'a why humirrda ot thonvanda of Jffilge Hardin has been nt Crab DINK FARMER t make the day n merry one. Dainty wairon unera bar already placed their a lamp aipruTai on mem. anu dtten tbm iu WILLIAM H. UEdTER Orchard for sccrul days with Mr. tilfbeit reputation a waioncan hare. A tlnrfc red steer, weighing about W. A. CARSON y. That'a why ynu will t mora than aatla- refreshments wore served. 700 po'inde, left my jilnco this week. Hardin, drinking the splendid waters oeo wiib it in arery rraprrt. , For in for Rebecca, the Tea rail anart la at aaf waraa aatll yea am aaaahal rat daughter Finder will pleaso notify Fox He is making n great reputation on F. L. DECK. KMT at aa fka 8. M. OWENS BMihrlaWiM.tai.T.WMirriOTWi of Mr. nnd Mrs. David Stevens died the circuit trench, and winning K H. BRONAUOU after n short illiie- - of dysentery at friends wherever ho goes. come P. C. 8ANDID0E Woman of tho House. We hnvc J. H. BOONE the hoiie of her parents in this W. T. GARNER county nnd the remains were inter- - now on hand n lot 61 washing gns STOCK R. F. D. No. I. LAFE MORGAN which wo sell ut three packages for cd in the Lancaster cemetery. , For llagiotrato , SEE Judge R. C. Collier, the popular Jn Stanford ItagUttrUt dUtrief. A protracted meeting began nt ID cents. Penny's the Rexnll Store. Cedar Creek merchnnt, was married 3. T. ROBERTS To the Ladies. You will need a Fnirview church Sunday, July 21st WILLIAM FIELDS beaten biscuit machine, to make your last week nt Rrodhend to Mrs. De- J. D. KADS The series of sermons will be con- hi end and biscuit for tho fair. Let borde of Pulaski county. SPECIAL EXCURSION U Sipubltttn primary li Crab , ducted by Rev. R. II. Anderson and Bulltci Mrs. Abe Xolnnd wns enlled to me order one for ou nt $15, $10 and . Lambert. C Orchard MooMtrUl iittrieU the bedside of her father, Mr. Parks fi9-W. R. DILLION Two Sunday school picnics wero $7.50. Mrs. Mack Brace. of Estill county, who is very low. JOHN KENNEDY held and much enjoyed especially by july 28th, George, a son of W. A. Brent was Lost. A gold wishbone pin with a the jmenVle set last week. One A headline in Lexington popcr Wednesday by the Christian church horse shoe nnd four leaf clover set badly kicked by n mule. Miss Levis Collier has relumed to enys General Roger Williams has and one Thursday in the Presby- in pearl. Reword for return to Miss It. her home nt Somerbet nfter a debeen ordered to Bath. Well the gen- terian church by the members. Both Mary Portmnn. Miss Jean Pniton is the guet of lightful visit of a month with relaeral can't object to that, this kind furnished an ample provision of her grandmother, Mrs. Jennie Rob- tives nnd friends. Reunal Round good things, ham, chicken, sandof weather. Trip Trip Joe and George Pleafrnuts were wiches, pickles, pie cakes and ices inson nt Lancaster. The colored population will liold driving n blind horse and not paying A dispatch from Newport, R. I., Between S. A. Lynn's and attention to him. He , Lost. SPECIAL TRAIN walked off the conveys the information that Mrs. a fair on August 9th and 10th. CataStanford or in Stanford a solid gold end of u bridge. The hnraess was 0. II. P. Belmont says she is willing logues will be printed this week and watch pin set with little pearl. Re torn up nn( Joe badly bruised about to scrub floors if it would do wo- put in circulation. ASK TICKET AGENTS FOR PARTICULARS. e, Rev. Robert Brown, of Barbour-vill- turn to this office nnd reeehe re- - the arms and body but no bones man's suffrage any good. If the 59-ward. filled the pulpit nt the Presbroken., dear lady will tnke the time to scrub George Delaney fell in the field of the children instead, we won't in- byterian church Sunday, the pastor, The YT W. A., of the Baptist Oscar Jones nnd had to be carried sist that she scrub floors and she Rev. C. C. Brown was called, to church will meet at the church SatBuckhorn to do some missionary home in a buggy. won't have the time to play the urday afternoon July 20, nt 3 o'clock MR. FARMER : Make vour home ns modern for vour family as a nico work. W. K. Buchanan died and wns residence, and dace yourself in n position to cet the latest market QuotaMrs. W. Bogle has returned to her k service nt the Presby- buried nt Louisville, last week. He tions at nnv time. This can be accomnlished bv means of our telephone home in New Orleans. She was callMarksbury. terian church on Wednesday even- was raised in this enighborhood service which you uud vour neighbors can tret for a sum that is small comed to her old home by the death of pared with tho benefit received. Call or address our nearest office or Mioses Lawrence and Sue Bourne, ing nt 7:30. Subject "Some After jenrs ago. He wns a good hearted her father the late and highly res man liked by all the neighbors. He write direct to headauartera. Nashville. Tenn.. for information rcrardinc of Lancaster, have been visiting Communion Thoughts.'' our soecial "Farmers Line" vate. If vou are not at present eniovinc telepected Mr. William H. Wherritt anl leaves n wife and four grown boys. phone service, we can immediately interest vou. Our lines cover the States Mrs. Nelse Marsee. while there remained a while with hejr Mr. Andrew Burke, who was opMr. Willie Help, age 18, and MHs His wife wns a Miss Lewis a niece V)f Kentdckv. Tennessee. Mississippi. Louisiana nnd the Southern portion mother, as comforter and consoler, CUMBERLAND TEL. & TEU CO. of the late Col. Hill's wife. of Indiana and Illinois. on last week, for appendicitis erated Ada Haggard, age 16, both of Kings-villbut she too was called up higher. ) liiiu been quite ill since the operaThere i3 very little wheat stacked ere mnrried July 20. They Congratulations are being showtion. will mnke their future home nt in or thrashed in this neighborhood. TRAINING SCHOOL for TEACHERS ered upon Mr. and Mrs John Shack Kingsille, where they will receive On nccouut of the rain in places th Bol Rout Messrs. Jno. Woods and COURSES: PreMraterv. Stale Cer elford, of Omaha, upon the arrival of Life DIplMna, Caontv Certificate of Lexington, came over Sunday to n little 6on in their home. The new the hearty congratulations- of their shocks are almost hidden by weeds Ssecial. Tvltlet! Free te Appointees. nnd grns grown up around them. many friends. join the house party, which is being boy has been given the name of y Sumrrwr Term Open June 17 Miss Xettio Bopic began teaching Expenses Very Low. Ask About It. held at the home of G. D. Chestnut. Clay Shackelford and is to be Artistio Catalogue Free. Address Mr. John Biichnnan and Miss Luln the Walnut Flat hchool Monday with Rev. J. W. Mnhan was called to found at the homo of his grand: : : : : RldiiMnd. Kentucky J. 6. CftAIIE. President. Pcnegruph, of Casey county, were n good attendance. Williamsburg last Sunday afternoon mother, Mrs. Emma Kauffman. to preach a funeral, Sunday night Miss Fannie Tinder was at home mnrried Saturday, July 20. They are His Landlady's AtMtf services were omitted for this reason to a number of her young friends to both well known in that vicinity Probably Saved His Life nnd have best wishes for a long nnd W. I. Marksbury came over from meet her visitor, Miss Amo Hamon, happy union. Lexington Saturday to make n short of Cynthiana. The guests were reI feel that Dr. Kilmer's Swamp-Rosavpd my life. I inherited stay with friends and relatives in galed by delicious ices and cake. "?"'"tn ittfmZ hjf 0 To the Teachers. As soon ns the weak kidneys. The discharge was Miss Margaret Francis, of Cincinthis vicinity. teachers' monthly reports are prop-e- rl so frequent and painful that I would Hl'aaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaahave to stay in bed to obtain temMrs. May Belle Brooks, of Lex- nati is with her parents Mr. and filled out, signed nnd filed in porary relief. I consulted good phyMrs. Jnmes Francis. Miss Blanche ington, and Miss Pauline Burdette, my office I will publish in the Inter- sicians but the results were disapof Burgin have returned, after a vjb-- it Foley, of Jellico, Tenn., is the guest ior Journal tho name of the teacher pointing. My landlady advised me No man or his remedies arc better to try Swamp-Roto friends at Bryantsville. Mrs. of Miss Lillian Cochran. Miss Em- who has the highest reas the average of at- sort, which I did and was last ma Doty is in Richmond visiting her quickly known in Lincoln and adjoining I Jno. Pruitt, of this place, returned sisters Mesdames Ed Smith and tendance. These reports will he relieved. counties thun Dakota Jack. His lira Monday. I continued taking Swamp-RoGeorge Bogard and Miss Lucy Doty. made every month. Garland Single of years' experience as a cow boy and my weight has increased fifty A measuring party will be given pounds. My health is of the best Mrs. W D. Walker is in Louisville ton. Supt. on tho north vest cm plains, nnd life by tho Ladies Working Society on and I have told many others about with her cousin Mrs. O. Hunter Iramong the Indians, when COW boys Dr. Kilmtrb's Swamp-Rothe evening of the 31st of July at and have vine. Mrs. Dr. T. J. Evans nnd were and hnd to be men of COttrage, done a lot of good in this way. Your the residence of D. S. Swope. Rewonderful medicine is of great value Miss Gertrude Moss, of Middlesboro gave him true experience of Roots freshments will be served. Hours " to mankind. is visiting Miss Leniu'e Moss and and Herbs when this was the only Yours very truly, fromS to 10 P. M. Low fat people mother. DAKOTA JACK. remedy life depended on. Mrs Robert Brown and for In J. II. BRUXBY, will be measured both ways. Every(J. J. Purrsley.) 835 Main St. children of Bnrbounille, are guests Pawtucket, R, I. Live awl Dressal body invited. The above statement made before of Mesdames Mary Talor and C. ft it. be truthful in every Mrs. Chas. Burdette, of Okla- Brown. CtI,WMl,Firs me 1 declare to Thomas Marsden, Mr. John Greenleaf and Only costs you $1.01 . For rhe umatisra, Blood, Liver, Kidneys, and detail. homa, who is visiting hex sister, daughter Miss Van Greenleaf, of Notary Public. Female diseases, is a wonder, and has proven so, people right Hfcles,SaIt, Liae,Feidh here tesguest next week of Mrs. Taylor Bur- Richmond have beeu visiting Mrs. tify to this. Letter to dette, of Bryantsville. ers, , etc. Ph3ic Emma Kauffman. Dr. James M. waff LlH.. lHlarMr All who have an interest in the Slaughter and Mrs. Stangh,ton, of IrtrfhamtM, N. Y. Ky. has made his name famous over se veral states. Stops pain and takes L cemetery at this place arc invited Covaigton, came Sunday for a visit out soreness, immediately. Has cur ed hundreds of cases of deafness. Prive What Swamp.R WW De the church on the sec to Mrs. II. A. B. Marksbury. Miss to meet at Price 25 cents per bottle. Fer Yeti. ond day of August, to give the yard Gladys Frisbie is at home after a Braack Send to Dr. Kilmer ft Co., N. Y., for sample bottle. It Dinner will protracted visit to her cousin Miss thorough cleaning. Steafarta1, Ky. will convince anyone. You will also 30 cents, 3 cakes 25 cents, nuf ted. All these remedies on eale nt Shu-ga- rs on the grounds. be served Margaret Elkin Hughes, of Louisreceive a booklet of valuable inforand Tanner's Drug xstore, or sent prepaid on receipt of regular ville. Mrs. Charles Burdefte and mation, telling all about the kidneys I w I HHVHf MfC and bladder. When writing, be sure price if addressed te -- Estrav. Dark red steer, spot on daughters, of Broken Arrow, Okla., PHONE 153. to Mention the Stanford Interior its forehead; marked in right ear; are with Mr.'T. D. Chestnut Miss Journal, Sei-WelrJretarn to W. L. Cordier. The Interior (odinal THEPROOFriiPUDDINe MlHa4f ir,a4 M Bka lBBB PIIB I BalTHIal C. III Hrofthe'-elsMCaMT- " CO-t- d. 8. C8-2- ' ran I E.T PENCE, urn Stanford, Kentucky I I B I CINCINNATI AND RETURN Sunday, $.50 $1 .50 Lvs. JUNCTION CITY 5:35 a.m. 2. RURAL TELErHONES. Mid-wee- e, . Hnl-leda- State Normal ot aaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaalaaaaaaaaaL The First Man Who Ever Sold INDIAN Remedies in Ky. ot ot ot H. B. NorHicott PIby9 Efface, Pursley Indian Herbs, A45-DaysTreale- Gfettf Lwwitw. Hum, a, Dakota Jack's Cow Boy Linament Bing-harato- n, Cremc Soap forthe Scalp and Skin ' reward for y. J. J. Pursley, Lancaster, Ky., Home Office I - Ss. V r& C" JHE JHTEIHt JtWHIAL. tTAWfWf. KEWTCKY TUEtfAY, JMLY 23. 1112, Handsome $400.00 GIVEN AWAY SIM R9IINS0N will iniiiK kinivin vi GIVEN AWAY! saaaaLaaaaaaaaaaaVMIIilV'' i Piano An vi away, aiMlHfily wHMirt etiHhj hapitimi Plain skawi btlaw-- This tfftr It " ta any lady'will vrames an-- nvmiiumvn niia ma- lainsa ai aim imihivh s iivri tr hi Trim IRIS 'MS be the most interesting advertising proposition ever held in this section and everyone has an equal opportunity to secure this piano. How to Sicure This Piano. For every penny spent we will issue trade coupons. Theo coupons arc good for their ftt'-- value in vote nt the rate f one vole for ovary cent of purchase. TIio coupons nre transferable, ami if jmi nro not interested in seeming tlio puz for yourself, you can innko wtn friend or iiriiinintiinco happy by sning your votes for them. The Content is open to anyone in this town or surrounding country, and the peion securing vote coupons representing tlio largest nunihcr uf vote, will receive this beautiful instrument free of all cost. No Publicity. An Equal Chance For All. Nominations will bo received from anyone, cither personally or by mail, and will at oneo bo entered in a voting register and the person will be notified. Thcro will bo no publicity for anyone, as every contestant will bo assigned u particular number. All published bulletins will bo by number only. At tho close of tho contest the piano will immediately bo awarded tho winner. Xo lucky number will win this beautiful and useful prize. Just send in your name, lmvo a number nsigncd to you, and then boost for that number among your relatives and -- IUIii Givirning Ctntist 1. No name of conlcstnntnnts will bo known. 2. Xo name of contestants will be publish rd. 3. Kvery contestant gets '2,000 friend. Tho rules nro sini pie, tho chance costs nothing. tes to start with. A. IWety contestant gets n number, fl Standing by number published weekly in the Interior Journal. 0 All votes must be brought in Wednesday for Tcconlmg. 7. Votes must not bo written on. 8. Tio votes in packages with contestant's ninuerb and a mount on top slip. tf. Color of certi-catwill bo changed each month, nml must bo recorded monthly to count. 10. Voted nre transferable only before recording. 11. Contestant liown;; largest number of votes on Jununry 1, 1013 wins the piano. es opportunity for anyone, to secuio nu instrument that will give untold joy and pleasure. Wo rio not expect to recover the expense of this contest throu gh a larger percentage or profit, but through a iargcr volume of business; and wo will endeavor to give you more for your money in tho future than wc have in tho past. BVBBBBj In case " v)f tli at tied for, will be f-C a tic, a Pri ze identical in every respect with awarded to each tying contestant. -:- - The Cloting King. SAM ROBINSON, - Contest Closes Jan. 1,1913. - The Price Maker of Lincoln County. -:- - First-Clas- s Dry Goods, Gents' Furnishings, Shoes, Clothing, Etc. STANFORD, KENTUCKY. Mi SOCIAL and PERSONAL of Mrs. John Kelley and Danville, are here the guests of Mr. and Mrs. W. O. Carlton. MUs Emily Murphy has returned home after a visit to her 'aunt, Mrs. C. P. Stucky, of Ijouisxillf. Mter, Mr. J. N. Saunders is in Staunton, Kllu Warren, is visiting her Mrs. C. F. Garoett, at Crab Vn.f on business. Misses Nannie and Mary Dec Kennedy nro sendiug n week at the Crab Orchard Springs. Mr. William Yager and little brother, HtWIou, lime returned home after a visit in Louisville. Mrs."Joe Ferg nud baby, of Louisville, aro the guests of her sinter, Mrs. J. M. l'liilllpi. Mr. and Mrs. J. M. McCnrty nre icjoicing over the arrival of a little daughter at their home. Miis Mary Monicr' Wells has returned to her homo in Danville after to Miss Jenn l'axton. Waltor Dunn, of Danville, was here Monday a short time, on business. Mrs. O. T. Mason, of Chicago. Messrs. (leorge Ilnil, 11. Q. flaincs, , and Ike Phillips .peiit several days piiHifd thdougli hen-- Saturday to where he will isit his in Louisxille and Cincinnati last Lancaster, brother, Mr. Will Mason. Vteek. Mr. D. W. Walker, of Lancaster, Mr. Hairy Toiuliuson passed passed through Saturday on her way through hetc Monday on his way She hnd been in LouUvillo homo to Lancaster. Ho hnd been to home. several days. llraddoek, N. I). Messrs. Jack Newbern, Frank Mr, Hhodii Waters and Mise Phillips, Lee Itupley, fleoige Mene-fe- o Louise and Lueiln have rctnrnel and J. T. Wilkinson nttended tho from a visit to Mrs. Spink at Coles-burdance at Crab Orchard Fndny night. them John II. Shanks, of Columbus, Gn. Sir. Billion, of Liberty, took up in his car. Mopped off on his way homo from Mrs. Willie Fox Logan, of WilUs-bur- g, a business trip to New York to make Pu., who is visiting her parn visit to his brother, W. C. Shanks, Mrs. ents Mr. and Mis. Will Mason at nml other relatives here. Shanks has been here a week or two. Lancaster stopped off here between Misr Virginia Bourne lias receiv- trains Snturday on her way to Laned word that her brother, Trueh&art caster from Junction City. Mr. Wesley Embry, of Frankfort, Bourne, who has been in the Philipspent a short time Saturday here pines for several years, is now on his way to Stanford to make her a mingling with relatives and friends. short visit. This will be his first He went from here to RMmond, visit to his old hone in a number of to join the Frankfort ball team, of which he is a valuable pitcher. years.- - aisit Orchard. Mr. Hubert Carter is viiiting his grandmother, Mrs. Sue Bright nt Mt. Sterling. Mr, and Mrs. Will Kinbiy spent Saturday and Sunday with Mrs. Miller nt Richmond. Muster Duncan Hagby, of Cowng-l.n- i, is heic visiting his grandmother Mrs. J.izic Hocker. "Mr. and Mrs. Jesse l'errin, of Anderson. Intl., nie the guests ot Mrs. W. II. O'llnniion and other relnttivcs Miss r.lsie Ueligger, of Louisville, Juts returned home after a visit to relatives and friends. Mrs. Durdette Hamsey has returned to her home at Paint Lick, after u short visit to her daughter, Mrs. John Blight. Mrs. Marvin Adams, has returned to her homo nt Lexington nfter a l. visit to her mother, Mrs. Annie Now-Iam- g. Mrs. J. K. Vanarsdalo and daughMiss Elizabeth Pope, of CincinMiss Alice Benzley who has been ter, Miss Susan, of Louisville, nie is the guest of her aunt, Mrs. quite ill is getting along nicely. nati, Little Miss Sura Embry Johnson, John Lynn. Mis Mary Wilson has returned here visiting friends and relative:!. Mrs. W. A. Shelton and two handElof Pnmillc, is the guest of Miss Mrs. Mary Penny, is visiting her to Crab Orchard after visiting some children of Kansas City, Mo., Beailey. sie sister, Mrs. Dave Scott in the coun- friends here. visiting Mr. and Mrs, Shelton Miss Pearl Smithers has returned try. Mrs. W. J. Dozicr and children nro Saufley and Mr. and Mrs. J. C. to her home at Versailles after a Miss Sophia Saundeis has return- and Mrs. J. W. Wright and baby, of visit to .Mrs. E. T Bearley. ed home after a visit to Mrs. Garvey Sanatobia, Miss are tho guests of Miss Minnie Dinwiddie, of Louis- their parents. Mr. and Mrs E. T. jville, is visiting Mr. and Mrs. Will Mr. and Mrs. Jessie Perrin, of An- at Cincinnati. derson, hid., are the guests of Mrs. Misses Minnie and Stella Itupley Pence, Sr. l Dinwjddie in Shelby City. W. B. O'Bnnnon, and other relatives. are visiting Mrs. It. It. Hourignn nt Lebanon. Mr. Leon Xuckols, of Pineville. wtis here h shoit time Tuesday with his sister, Mrs. C. Hays Foster. OF Mrs. J. W. Acey spent Tuesday flBflftB.ftVpi9MBBVuVw(S3lBVV7iTn. m. JF Proves That Lydia E. Pink-ham- 's ui Lancaster with her patents Mr. lkviftefteai i' UXio dlaw and Mrs. W. II. Hughes. Vegetable Com-poun- d ft Reliable. Mr. James Burkett and niece, Reedville, I can truly recomMiss Myrtle Benzley, the sister o mend Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound to all women who are passing Lawrence Beuzley who was rescued through the Change of Life, as it made from tho Titanic, were down from me a well woman alter suffering three years." Morelnnd a short time Monday. ! -- r Mrs. Mary BoaAKT, Judgo and Mrs. R. 0. Williams, of SaVana Reedville, Oregon. Covington, nie receiving tho con New Orleans, La. "When passing through gratulations of their many friends the Change of Life I was troubled with hot flashes, upon the arrival of a handsome weak and dizzy spells ana backache. I was not fit for young son, Richard, III, who was anvthintr until I took Lv- - born on July 12th. Sincere good A vanished thirst a cool body and a dia E. Pinkham's Vege table Compound which wishes will bo extended by the many proved worth its weight friends of Judgo Williams and wife refreshed one; the sure way the only ineold tome."-Mrs.GA- Ston Blondeau, 1641 Po- - in this part of the state. way is via a glass or bottle of lymnia &u, New uriesns. Messrs Robert Lassing and Edgar passing through the Bates, who are spending tho sum Change of Dfe can take nothing better than Lydia mer at Crab Orchard Springs, spent' E. Pinkham's Vegetable yesterday with friends in this city. Compound. I am friend Mr. Lassing will go to Cincinnati to because of what it has consult a specialist about his knee, done for me. rs. Chas. Bausk, S33 E. Marion St, which he injured a short time ago. Mithawaka, Ind. Mr. Bates returned to Crab Oi chard Ideally delicious pure as purity crisp and Alton SUtion.Ky.-"F- or sparkling as frost. months I suffered from today. Danville Advocate. troubles In consequence of Hon. William Jennings Prico has my age and thought I Our new booklet, telling could not live. Lydia E. leturned from a month's visit Ho vindication of Coca-Col- a Pinkham's Vegetable ComDound made me well Eastern voints. After attending the at Chattanooga, for the asking. and I want other suffering Baltimore Democratio convention he Demand the Genuine women to know about it n as made by l.F1W.I Mrs. Emma Baiucy, Alton went to Norfolk and took a boat to Wht never Station. Ky. Boston and then returned from there COCA-COLyou e vi CO. THE was paaetog Delsem, No. Dak. "I and felt very to New York, thenco to Canada, a Arrow think through Change of Life ATLANTA, 0A. el bad. I could not sleep and was very boat 'trip through the Great Lakes W nervous. Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound restored me to perfect health to Cleveland, and thence to Danand I would not be without It" Mrs, ville. Danville Advocate. F. M. TmosW, Detoea, No. Dak. Mc-Cla- TESTIMONY FIVE WOMEN Ore.' rarr KgaHllLi,l J Here's The Road to Comfort .r jgswyj Free A Coca-Col- s. 'fc PITNaatl snannr bbbbbbI BsTCBBBBBWikJI MMQjWHJTVLL, jU PYRAMt Of T7 .... ZEH i . UaAHajAABAJ Hot Weather Our bill sale it over but we will T OB'S WHEAT Matthew Kill, 24-- r.lELO. J eweosj M-4- July M. tta W. at Last meihtr fwe?M continue to tell all Oxfords, Clothing, Odd Pants, Hats and Ladies9 and Gents' Furnishing Goods at cost. We have a lot of men's work pants, the kind that keep you cool, now going at cost. Sam Robinson Stanford, Kentucky Carpet Samples Stanford. Ky. For Rugs, at Cost In Axminsters, Wilton Velvets, etc. Size 54 by 27 inches. Hughes, Martin & Co. Tkisis ah ttkis xwiaylyjGUARANTEEDi-to- ad. only a of its many advantages arar other Matting. It kas no odor at aM, can ho wad Kha any sarpst. tnrt can't sift throng k nattamsandi of aM, tko prko won't scaro yon. ,Yon can sWroyotrwiiiaVnrs open ajd die shades p day after day, yet the tun cannot fad Us colors are erariasbnc proof against both faauur and watar. No "JUST THINK OF IT!" tol yon aaoro about this : Wei chaorfwBy-aha- yon nnwnial a nico low-priced wkon you're roady. Why not today? L. L. SANDERS. CRAI ORCHARD. floor eer KY. CONCRETING We are in positiou to do all kinds of concreting, such as Block Work, Pavements, and in fact, we caa make anything from a house down to a fence post. Call and get oar prices before you buy your material at least. PHILLIPS IROS., Stanford, Ky. aad awasy as THERE IS REAL PAINT and 1m some stuff adzed with eaesBeaiaf material! that is sot worthy of the asaae. If yoa hare had experience with the latter toad yea don't want another. If you aarea't take our advice and doa't Buy oar real paints xasrisMBt. aad ssve yoarself 'dissppduitaient welL J.L.Beazley &Co - ill JV A4N J. A. ALLEN. MatftTlKy. WVB UMMRTAKKM AND KM. BALMIfM. AL0 HAL. R IN FURNITURE, MAT TINM, RUM. THKY WILL PURNITURK XCHANnl FOR ALL KHHM Of STOCK. THIM A CALL, MCI fntr," TrH iBteraatlonal Suadsy School are specially helpful year. We are glad that the selection cootalaa so many This topic leeeons on the Klagdora. has not had soflclent consideration, considering Its prominence In the Bible. Today's stud Is another of the Kingdom parables. It Is the embryo King-dos- a that Is pictured; It relates to this Gospel Age, and the work of selecting the Church. 11 "The Field le the Wsrld." This parable also shows us the very A Barfdta. of eoBimeacemect About 712 r.crcs of seed land in lite LuhJ' tail fur Bis Bride from n high state of cultivation located amongst sll nain the heart of tlio town of Stantions. St rani deford, Ky., S room residence, halls, clares to the Jews, "It was necessary concrete basement. 2 room tenant that the Oopl lititiju and ull liwessury outbuild should be preachA splendid proposition for ings, ed first unto you, you farmers who want to move to but seeing ye relo,we HWngATH TAKJ.3M , town. If yon want it act quick. For ject It, turn to tic Q en particulars ceo tiles." (Acts xlU, 46.) The entire world HUGHES & McCABTT, constituted the "field" for the sowing Stanford, Ky. of the "good seed," which Is strictly defined, "the Gospel of the Kingdom." Jesus and the Apostles sowed this "good seed," and all nil true followers MRS. McGILL since bare been authorised to contiattv the work la His name. But the Adversary, Satan, as pointed out here la BROKE DOWN the parable, brought In a different klBd of "seed," and sowed this over the H "wheat Seld." The result U that today Ores the Ret! Facts la Re er Case aaJ Ten Htw Ac the "Urea" are so plentiful that they s think they are the "wheat," and the JMIfrlO. world. In general so considers them. Jeaesboro, Ark. "I saffered a comThe Vwheat" class are considered "a peculiar people." Of (belr good fruits plete break down la health, some time the Apostle mentions meekness and ago," writes Mrs. A. McOW, from this humility, and these tend to bow tbelr place. "I was very weak sad could heads, while the "tares" stand proudly aot do any work. I tried different up In the display of their "form of remedies, hut thty did me so good. godliness." One day, I got a bottle of CarduL It The Lord allowed the matter to go on, fully assured that lie would have did me so much good, I was surprised, la the end the crop which Be desired, and took some more. Before I took Cardul, I had headache and very content to allow a great lesson to be taught by the presence of and backache, and sometimes I weald the "tares" and the ultimate treatment cry for hours. Now I am over all that and can do all klnda of housework. I accorded the "nheat" The Lord could have hindered the think it is the greatest medicine on Adversary from bringing In the false earth." doctrines, or He could have separated In the past fifty years, thousands of centuries ago between the wheat and ladles have written, like Mrs. McQlll, tare classes, but this was not according to tell of the benefit received from to His Intention. He purposed to "let CarduL Such testimony, from earnest women, both grow together until the Harvest" surely Indicates the great In the Common Version the words, tonic remedy, for diseasesvalue of this peculiar ts "The Harvest Is the end of the world," women. Are you a sufferer? Test have been seriously misunderstood. It Cardul Is the medicine you need. does not mean the end of time, nor the We urge you to try It end of the earth Its destruction nor the end of Divine favor. It merely means the end of the present Age. Mat la pUl rWa "In the Time ef the Hsrvest" SPRINQ SUITINQ This expression signifies that the Harvest of this Age will not be an InMy new spring and summer samstantaneous work, but a gradual ons, ples are now ready for your inspecrequiring Ume. There Is good res sob for believing that the Harvest of this tion. They comprise th0 best on Age Is a period of forty years, as the the market. I can suit anyons as to Harvest of the Jewish Age was of that price who had his clothes mads to length. la this time of the Harvest order. A suit made to your measure two things will be accomplished: (1) is preferable to ready made clothes. The "tares" .will be gathered into "bun- To have thera made to measure dles," ready for the "burning" de- doesn't cost any more than ready struction. (2) The "wheat", at the same time, will be gathered into the made when fsality and fit is Come in and let me take "garner" the heavenly Kingdom. "They ahall gather out of His King- your measure. dom all things which offend, and them H. C. Itueley, The Practical Tailor. there shell be which do iniquity; walling and gnashing of teeth." There will be two classes amongst the "taws"; one class, "doers of Iniquity" (Inequity, unrighteousness), the other GoMnty Survaynr class, those that have caused others to General Farm Surveying stumble. Boubtleee this will Include 52-Sassay tsscaers sad preachers, and Phone 172, StMrW, Kj. f many doers of wonderful works. But we must not forget that ws are ceasMerlag s parable, sad that the "tares" are symbolical, and likewise the "faraaes" aad the "are." The In- SURETY BONDS ssrfcetatioa Is that la the end of this Age, the Hsrvest time, there will be STANFOfts), KY. a great "time of trouble" for sll nations, society, govaaanmrg ernments, financial etc. institutions, The "wheat" class will k that be saved fromJm. w "time of troaVVvj'. vi... bT tB BJHmt ngaxaVHPvggaV --TU Serve U Ms rectlea change. But snk i apBmL n rnaiwSgjiQgavna Me ." the "tares" will not mi he saved from K; they will be cast Into the treable and have their portion with pmajomajnv , )gsjsaBMMnjnnnMy the hypocrites. Test treable will sot last forever. Many Scriptures seem to show that It will be terrific, but of very short duraUNMRTAKKR ANB sTMRALMIR tion. It will be en the earth, and not STANFORD KENTUCKY, ta some far-of- f place. When the "fire" ffttd Hmm 117. HM PhtM of that great day of anarchy sad trea ble shall cease to "barn," there win be as more "tares," there will be no more An export oporator wUl people having mere forms ef godliness of ivo a Jawow strati aad preteasleas for the Kingdom, begotten ef error. Fancy nootllo work at tka All humanity will be hsmMed sad tko komo ef Was. Alloa, aaxtaw ie Messiah's Kingdom, which will he will then be eeUWlehed. ef Powers, Ky at 3 it the deetre of sll nations." (HngalH, o'clock, July 17. Ladies T.) Those formerly "tares," as vail as are cordially invitee! the remsksder ef the geneslag efosttoa, will weleeese It sad Ms hlssslsgs la that Kingdom the gJerlasd "wheat class "shall salae forth as these" for the Messing ef sll the fsaUKes of the esrtfc-M- stt sat ; OalaUeas ML m (ft Sai t SfJWerWei 10 tmt frit IW ftU.91s DdrR) mtm Ml JTjr fWoW OUR The Very stones of the Great riamld ef Gleeh are crying est tn Bo uacer-t- a tenee. Kvery Inch of the massive structure, with unerring precision, reveals the solutions to problems whkh for centuries civilised nations have spent fabulous sums la vsta to find and whkh men of science have encountered hardships to snalyse. This wonderful testimony of the Great Stone Witness, with its general description and storehouse of Truth, scientific, historic and prophetic, with Bible allusions to it the Importance of Its location and verifications of asdeductronomical and geographical tions, Is an extensive chapter of a volume which may be obtained by sending 88 cents to the Watch Tower Satiety, 17 Hicks Street Brooklyn. ff' mansaenadknsa tWfJTWWIWv1W Men's furnishings Tksa ia the Mason for Men's Ftsraiaiuaf a, Tkia intense kot weather caM for mere Underwear and we can furnish it to you in separate pieces or union suits at $1, $1.50 and $2 the suit It demands mm More Dress Shirts and we want to say te you that our stock of dress shirts is unusually full L. White plaited bosoms at $1, $1.50 and $2. NEGLIGEE in attached laundered cuffs, in white or neat black hair lines, or fancy colors, at 50c, $1 and $1.50. tri Qsvff ar comfortable. You want them and we have them at $1, $1.50 and $2.00. nd QKiH-4- 2 T"'? " Popular, They will . Soft collars, laundered collars, string ties, ties, all especially suited to this warm weather. four-in-ha- H. J. NcROBERTS Stanford, Kentucky DEPOSIT SANK OF STANFORD, chartered March 9, 1154. It's swecessar: Natienal lank sf Stan far s erfanfred June 2, IMS. Recetnlzea' as I First National Bank OCTOBER 3, 12. sasr-atl- sn This lank has been far coa-sider- puWIc. hi successful ami untnterrupteil 58 years, ami Is werthy sf the CMfMence sf Open ait account with us tet'ay. sf the E. D. Pennington, The Farmer's Friends i Superior and Peoria Grain Drills Call and see the new stock FIRE INSURANCE W lHMEWLAHD J. C. McClary T rv : : ,,. W.H.Higgins Stanford, Ky. : 3. I Are net necessarily reserves far M tty eslters. 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" THE mTKBWt JttfWAL; tTAWfWt, KtWTMCKI mtSAV, W.Y Htl, The Old Fashioned Country Fair Under the Auspices of Diadem Lodge, No. 81, Knifhb of Pythias, For Catalogue and Particulars, write J. F. CUMMINS, Secretary: Expert Hsrte Trakttaf. With headquarter at tlio Nunnclley Stocjc Yarda, Stanford, Ky., re offer our pcrvicca and experience to the publiu in breaking and training horxes for the saddle and buggy, making n Hpeeialty nf Middle hornet. For terms and con ditions, call and see w. We a.dieit your patronage. .five-gniltd at Stanfoi AUGUST 21, 22 and 23, 191 the Great Do Not Forget j Lancaster Fair THREE DAYS viief,andlfi IP'SlaBBBBBBBSYC.ffKitau-BaaaBBKBBa'QBBBBV TOHK KLLISON & SON'. Wednesday, Thursday and Friday JULY 24, 25, 26, 1912 W J. A. BEAZLEY, President R. L. ELKIN, Secretary THE FARMERS Chas. Bemonls. William J. Beck. V. A. Lear, of Garrard county, continues his) large sliipment of lambs, having exported a double decker of 230 head on Friday the foil a win "being some of liis biggest for this Urge consignpurchase Fi-oW. R. Cookv40 ment: lamb- - at ti cents; from It. J. lambs at C 2 Burton 40 cent?, from Thomas Hendreu a bunch Inorb at G cent's; from of lambs nt William Scott 25 C cents; from James Torsons SO lambs nt C cents; from lambs ot Sidney I'oor 25 ( J 4 cents. Mr. I.ear also made a shipment of hogs last week to Hubbard House and TtngKdale at Cincinnati, the fol- lowing being soma of his purchaser: hog From Jas. Baker 20 at 7 cents from George Bay 14 poikers at 0 4 cents; from d Charles Dean 8 shoats ot 0 l- -l cents; from Nathan Bogie 8 hogs ut 7 cents; from d hogs nt Itobort Long, 5 Posted 1-.1- -2 -180-pou170-pou3-125-poun175-poun- 4 cents. Fox and Anderson shipped a car of stock to Cincinnati Tuesday containing about CO head of sheep mid lambs und n bunch of cattle that cost them from 2 2 to 5 cents. T. W. Jones ship(ed 3 car-loaof lambs from Rowland, 160 to tlw thnt cost from 5 to 0 cents. Cress and Jones exported n car of Sogs from Uowland, buying 85 200 pound porkers from George Spoonu-mord 'at 7 cents and 9 porkers from Phil Thompson at u '.ike figure. V. A. I .ear has sold bis wheat for the best price so far heard of having engaged COO bushels to Ale Walker, of the Lancaster flouring mills nt $1.02 2 per bushel. The Garrnrd Milling Company, ot Lancaster, has been engaging extensively from Garrard fanners the following being recent purchases : A car load from tb fanners of the Gilbert's Creek district nt $1: a car from the Lowell Section tit same price; 700 bushels from S. D. Cochran at $1: a large crop from Capt. 1." II. Dunn nt fl; 300 bushels troin A. T. Scott and the crops of Leslie Iluble. J. W. Scott and August Scott i 3-- nil at prevailing price, i- - $1. The Danville Advocate sny; L 1-- probably the largest J. FnrrU grower of wheat in this section of the state. Ilis crop this year is an unusually large one, amounting to 11,100 bushels, which was grown on 00 acres of land. He sold it nt 1 per bushel. e, 150-pouu- 1-- This Celt 0uht te Get Seme Hues. Horsemen ure nil looking forward with interest to the work of "Ken- Ji.cky Gentleman on the fnir circuit this season. His owner, J. Netin Carter, of this city, has had this handsomn oun; son of I'envinc in the bunds of Walter Uriggs of Shelbyulle, foi schooling, several months, and believes that he i going to give a splendid account of himself when the blue arc tied. All who have seen this colt pronounce him one of the hnmUomest in stlje, color and coufnrmnti.m seen in this some time, and uit of the statez-ibelieve that be will round out into n great show horse. Mr. Briggs will d overthe campaign the entire- fnir circuit, probably starting at Frankfort this week. u three-jeur-ol- ADMINISTRATOR'S SALE! II. S. Clrristopber, ns ndminis-trnto Win. Christopher, deceased will on Thursday. July 25th. 1912 Beginning nt 1 o'clock 1. M. sell to the highest bidder the farm of Win. Christopher, deceased, containing 03 3 acre?, located at Bueua Vista Garrard County, Ky., on the Burgin nnd Dix Ilivcr turnpikes, right nt the postoffire nnd in sight of three churches nnd n good school. This farm is located in the best agricultural district in the county, nnd is in a good state of cultivation, well ndnpted to grow tobacco, hemp, corn and wheat. Every acre can be The improvement consists frame d.veilof a good seven-rooing house, in good repair with nil necesnry outbuilding which are nil good. A No. 1 good cistern at the door nnd good spring house right in the yard; never failing stream of water for stock. At the same time nnd place I will sell all the personal property consisting of 2 good work horses, 2 sovrs nnd pics, farming implements, etc.. good two horse waon nnd good hay frame, wngou nnd plow gear, household and kitchen furniture and one good piano. Anyone desiring to look nt the farm beforo day of sale, can call on me at premises and 1 will be glad to show same. Remember that this property must he sold to wind up the estate of said deceased. Terms made known on day of 1, or 1-d. m tayytywftpttwy Start a bankraccoimft and start today--tomorrow never comes. Millions of old people in this vorld are spending every remaiaing hour of their lives bewailing the fact that they did not save. Don't OU be so foolish. OPEN AN ACCOUNT HERE-N0- W. STATE BANK & TRUST CO., Capital $50,000. Surplus $500 Staaford, Ky. ss. t. L PENNY, M. 1. SALIN, w. l. Mccarty, Pm. V. Pm. CmM. J. 0. EARS, J. S. RICE, V. Pm. S. ALIERT PHILLIPS, h'r BLUE GRASS FAIR Monday, August 12th America's Greatest Horse Show Stakes Mile. H. S. Christeaher. Administrator of Wrn. Christopher. A. T. Scott, Auct. 6 lif Days an! Nights, Ci eiciaf of the handsomest mules some time passed through town Tuesday morning eu route to Lancaster where they will be shown nt tlie lair. They are owned by Col. T. Harris and'Uobert 11. Woods, and all who miw lliem ptedict that they will wear ninny a blue this S Kightcen 5 Ut SaMe Hsrse saily $25,000mi class Ptssms Riifliat ass1 Hariess Races , Sslesfld ifoslay sfersry sf ke sttck wool;. Innes Band of America Meeting at Preachersville. Tln Fourth (iuj-j- r iimt:; tin- - Sensational Free Acta Daily. yf I'iciicliersvillc ciicnit will be held nt I'leiifhernvhlle, legiiiuiug Friday night, the 2(!th and will continue over Sunday. He v. W. K. Arnold, 1 . K. will conduct the meeting. See Big Floral Parade First Day " Redaeaal HaUa Raadla All The Greater Parker Shows. ForcaAjiIogue or further information, address JOHN W. BAIN, Secretary, Lexington, Ky. . a .vtt ...;e:r. ".. A".e.". '. .".." -- .". . . ... ... .t n .... .'; t...w.,..w...'',, i..a7. ...1.'.."" "..w.Z1a 5KK TTie Great Danville Fair August 7, 8 and 9 Side Attractions Galore UV.V a2 :-- ? SB WW 9CK A a..-- 1 Enlarged Floral Hall and Poultry Department. Big Premiums in all Departments Finest Nerry Go-Rou- nd itite In the United States A'tTi :&! I and a Most Liberal and Interesting program throughout. With $750 Band. aTOl. For Catalogs and Other Information, Address tut W. P. GIVENS, President, f ' : I. M. DUNN. Secretary, Danyilie, Kentucky. 7JS Ifi VaTaai .as aaaaaT7aaaaaSariayl--a'J-1u- mimmmmmmmmmmm SMSM