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Interior journal (Stanford, Ky. : 1912): August 13, 1912 Interior journal (Stanford, Ky. : 1912) 300dpi TIFF G4 page images Shelton M. Saufley Stanford, KY 1912 int1912081301_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): August 13, 1912 Interior journal (Stanford, Ky. : 1912) Shelton M. Saufley Stanford, KY 1912 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. w rOWCULATIWI-OV- Er! V s. .. K ". tr, 4.3M HP ANY COUNTRY NEWSPAPER IN THE 8TATE OF KENTUCKY. 18C0. ' J NO 05. The Interior Journal. STANFORD, LINCOLN COUNTY, KUNTUCKY. Mitcholl. HM- - prt09F WW Mw. Hf WnM ttatt tflM l$IH I Mratrt jwrrliW ! i )' if FOUNDKl) f3d Y1JAH, Tl KSDAY, AUGUST 13, 1012. TUESDAYS AKD FRIDAY.! l ' INSTALLATION SERVIES comment that ho is a keen observer BIRO MAN ARRIVES Stallion, irmc c.r Kcbli., 3 ycaM( the superficialities AT GRUENHEm CHURCH and penetrates FOR BROOtfEAD FAIR nnd under of things to their real essence roiet Stnpp; hi J. Itogei EverythNi rrMy Tvt Hrtrtf efj Lincoln County Colt Has Swept saddle, fltnllion Rev. John G. Bosshart To Be ForCombine,! mally Installed In Pastorate MRS. ERNEST WARREN DEAD j maro or goldiii". nnv uge Mat CoThe Platter Clean at Three GrtMt CxhMMwi tv-- , hen; W. Hay. of Reformed Church In RtckMtto'. , Fairs Danville Awards. Former Lincoln County Girl Passes ltondstor mule nny ageo 1'. K. Away After Long Illness. Huford W. II. Murimy's crack little filly Huster, Sam Tucker, Installation scntccs of tho ltev. The car carryitifctbe famous birTf Lrncst tlinstman. colt by Hohemiuti Kin, which swept lights durkig th mare or John U. Uosshart, who about h Combined thrce-gaiteA tclcgmm was received by her man to mako ,f the colt lings tit the Lancaster mid Hrodlieiut fair is now oil the switch month ago was elected,' pastor of parents and relntncs hero this vehling -- Jlr. J. T. Lowndes, Clms. Hurr.xNburg fairs, buck at Hctluiny church, Uruciihcim, and telling of tho death at To- - mid the machine is beiag made riadyj wheal Dauwllc last week, and took all the Cook. St. Johns IteformcJ church, Ottcu morning, gelding .Mrs. Halloa for its first flight Wednesday, S.uMIe stallion, mam r colt honors. She won the Colt Fuat kilo, " "Zr ol nf' the fait1 at Hrodhcnd opens,. Thera W. heim, wilt be held next Sunday 1), urrcn, Wnrron, of turity in tine stl and took fir-- t any age Mrs. It. T. Lowndes, 1'. tlio church in Grueiihcim by vJ. Her husband and oth can be no doubt now but what .the money in nil the rings m which she liny, Hornnrd Hays, Mat Cohen. of Kentucky Middlcsboro. were with her when tho circus of the air will actually, oc A. Winter, incsident er loved ones was cutcicd. This little miss is gofull splendor. Classes mid pastor of Zion's t VETERANS end caine, which was the result of cur in its Louisville, and by ing to mnke it miglitv interesting for CONFEDERATE church, lloaaglund Bros., with their great ,v 4iii operation following a long period tint entiies in tho Colt Fulurity at MEET ON SECOND DAY ltev. A. F. Lieukaempcr, stated clerk TO New Yoik llippodrorao are also? on of illness. (ho moat Knights of I'ytliuis fair to of the classes mid pastor of the WilMrs. Wurren was tho youngest tlie grounds, mid everything is id LjuIs-ill- e. bo hehl hero next week. As there i. Reunion of Heroes of Lost Cause Is ton avenue Ifelormcd church, daughter of JteV. and Mrs. Joseph reiiniliniwri for the big fair. are nineteen entries, this nng will ' The premium list o tho Brodbead Bulloti, of this county, and was well Suggested Two Interesting undoubtedly bo olio of the hottest the floral The services will begin nt the beloved here, where she was bom fair, with the exception Rings on First Day contested at nnv fair this season. as follows: church nt 10 o'clock in the morning and reared to young womanhood hall, The awards at the DiuimIIo fair ex- Sunday August 18th. ltev. Winter She was about 31 eurs of age, mid First Day August .14 .j rliwno ol tiic lloriu nail were as 'Prettiest girl or boy baby under The suond day of the Knights will deliver the address to the con was married to Mr. Warren, also third of Pythias follows on the second and lair here next week has gregation and ltev. Lienkacmper will formerly from Stanford, about 12 months old 10. days ; Best combined saddle or harness bien designated us LonleUcrato uay .speak to the pastor. twelve wars ago. No children were " llcsl suckling i oil, either sex W. and the wterans tif the Lost Cause n In the afternoon the annual born to them. For feeveral years mare or gelding .8. 11. Murphv; 1(. E. (loddnrd. Best running- walker (Rockcnstla. will gather in the beautiful grow festival will be celebrated, ltev they haw lived at Middlesboro, Mmo nml suckling It. L. God-ili- at the lair grounds uuil hold m in- Hossbait will siH'al on Foreign Miswhere Mr. WoncU holds an impor- county only) .S. Allen Ldoleu. Best team Koekcastlu county $12. formal leiiniou. Mr. J. D. Urucc, sions, ltev. Lienkacmper on Home tant position with the L. & N. Open ring in which stnndiird and a local leader in the Confederate Missions nnd Hov. Winter will delivchildhood, tin deceased Free for nil mulo raco 2 mile, best-twEarly in olts wore shown It. tanks, in three beats, u to stmt $3. i is promoting the plans for er an address on Home and Foreign became a member of tlio Christian I!, (loddaid; Mrs. It. T. Lowndes. Second Day Auqust. IS. 1 the gutheiing of the wteruns, which Missions in Hnglisb. chinch, of which her father us loug "oldiiig, 1 onr .Stallion, mare or Best pair nny large breed chick will undoubtedly add greatly to lhe Lveiyoue is cordially invited to been such u lmthful apostle, and nnd under 2 tlonia Vnnardnle. J. pleasuie of the day lor inuny who nil the set vices nt the Unicnticim) ens H to tlrt 7."o to Rccond. she lived nnd died a Christian. M. Itaukin. will attend. Best pair small breed chicken's $1 It is understood that tlimoli, which is located about four Decides the stricken husband, and Stallion mnie or goldinv ca,,,ltlie wtcrnns who haw tho grey uui- - miles out of Stanford on Itural aged parents, sho is survived by to llrst, 75c to second. obi nml uniler .t Mr. it. T. L Best pair tuikeys !?l,f0 to flrst, lorttis will wear tliem that usy. A Route ho. o. four brother and tnree uistuis, una des. It, W. Drugs. l.u-gattendante is epected not onDr. Hosshart is receiving a most to alt of. tho .loved ones tho sym 7oc to second. .'I years mid unMare or gelding. ly lrom this, but from other counBest pnir geese $1 to flrst; 73c to cordial welcome in Lincoln county pathy of the entire community is ex d'nr fash limit. l)ot, .Madison, 1st; W. 11. der I Hernard Huye- -; b. II. second. ties in this section of tho state. and vicinity ns pastor of these tended in this dark liour. , John Melton, 2d. Host nml largest 12 npple-Much intciest is being manifested churches, ami is making many Best bull calf under six mqntha The temuins will be brought to (Inder. Maro or gelding 4 years and oetr by the younger generation in the op- friends by his inviting personality Hot mare colt oer 2 and under her old home here for intorment in .2 to flrst $1 to second. largest 12 Cohen. Host nnd Heiiiniil Hayes; Mat :i J. T. Ili!?by, Lincoln 1st; Durrcll Best bull calf over sis months, ening ring ot the fair, which wilt and polished addiess. He was born Buffalo Springs cemetery, tlio , funMary Cress. Stallion II years and under I Mink. 2d. Youngsters on July 5, 1874, in the enstcm part be the pony rig nng. eral being conducted nt the home of nnd under 12 3 to flrst 'Si to 2d.j II. L. Hot nnd largest 12 pears will Het jiinre any nc l'dgar Doty Mat Cohen;! W. It. Hriggs. 12 years ol nge or younger Best bull any nge .f3f to $2. . onrs and oevr It. W. driw their puny rigs m parade in of Switzeiland, near the German her parents, on tho Danville piko on Stallion Jones. dst, M. II. Hontoti, Jessamino 2d. Best heifer tinder G mos. $2, $1.5 border. Thursday morning nt 10 o'clock by 12 bunches black grapes Itnv; Mat Cohen. lkst Hcst brood mare nnd suckling t'air town, nnd then out to the IVst litifcr over 6 and usdsr 13 Wlule n boy he attended the pub- ltev. D. M. Walker. H. Cotfoy. 1'onv under 1 1 hands gioundr. ltoiidMor J. coll lit side .1. M. Cress, 1st; Jnck They will follow imme- lic sehools in his native land. Passmonths 3, $1. ' cantaloupe F. Allison. Mitchell; Hranham diately behind tho bund mid ollicers high llober Best dinger id. Bc-.- t milch cow any ago $3, $1'. , ing out of their course nt an early FIVE LEGGED CALF Host and largest pumpkin John Haughmaii. HoMt liorso roll under I jeenr of tho lair, forming their paruae in age. he entered a grammar fechool. .Best blooded cow, any age, stock' MeKinnev. Host pnir rondsteis any nge L. trout of the courthouse. Mink 1st, Jesso l.ncsav, 2il. Henrv Tly win- In this institution he studied Latin, To Be On Exhibition Here First Day to bo considered f.1, $1. Mrs. 1. II. Shutls. Beat siiiii-- h Host hoi so colt out 1 and under K. Kogor- -. , ner will be decided bv ote of the Best cow and calf by side $3, $2. Of the Fair. Host two MUiids cured tobacco or gelding 4 enrs spectators ut the fair grounds, after Greek-- Hebrew, French and other Harness mare 2 James Winstend 1st; Willis Best bull nnd family of as many subjects of value. He won tlio first CoH. Uir. T. and oer Hernard Hayes; Mat Johnston, 2d. o thev lime made a circuit of the fifir degree of this class of schools in bis Host dozen heads broom corn It. II. Hoskins, of the Green river as' tw-- calves io 2. hen. Host horse im--r 2 nnd under II nng. Lacb person admitted to the final examination. Best buck any age, $3, $1. country, lias a monstrosity in the 0. T. Sigmon. Harness stallion .'I enrs and oer gioimds by ticket will haw the right J. II. Murphv, Lincoln 1st; IMgar Bent owe any nge, $2, $1. . Then began his college life. He d wlncu Host time stulks sugar cano Mat Cohen; L. It. Wharton. Doty, 2d. to cast one Mite for the one he or in.itiitu1.ited in the University of shape of a Ho Stanford cal Best pair, buck and eye $3, $1. mid hnve it K,,l,ll.. be will bring Phaeton pony mare or gelding. 3 she thinks entitled to the premium, Hcst horst) any age .M. It. Hon- Best two lambs buck and eweun-d- er pud l.iraesl dozen stulks of years and oer It. W. Hay; Miss winch will be 1U cash to the first H.isel first, nnd, befoie completing on exhibition hero the first day of :tW!. 1. Dr f! It Ijiwronco. 2d. )ii 12 months $2, $1. toMilar course, he studied in the big Knights of Pythias fair nest C. T. Siginon. I millit Model horse, reg.iidless of sex or .niiiiii an huklc. the second. and f." Best mare imiie coil under sii nics the University of Zurich ami Berne. week. The calf is several months Rest and largest dozen blnlks of ace J.dgar Uoly, Jst; lr. LmUmcmcc Saddle Colt Fiituritv W. IL MurAnother nng which will undoubt- During these years he devoted himhearty an if n. t2. millet C. T. bigmon. old, and phy ; Mi. It. T. Lowndes; W. 0. edly 2d. attract a great ileal of atten- self almost exclusively to the 6tud possessed ns hale und usual number Best horse mule colt under ? BiX ... "of only the Uest and lnrgcst two dozen stalks Walker; Allen Kdelen. Combined hoise, regardless of sex tion on the first day of tho fair will of theologv. mid at the conclusion timolhv J. I I.iwsny. of feet, for the fifth le- - is complete- months $3, $1. Pair carriage hores, mares or be what is labelled No. 103 2 in or age Ldgar Doty, 1st; M. II. Hen-toBest ninic or horse mule under 0 he passed his examination with gieat ly equipped for action with a norHost two dozen stalks clover Gua geldings or mare and gelding L. K. the catalogue. 2d. It is for the best credit to himself . Jjtaversou. mal sized hoof, the extra limb maging mouths $10, $5. Ifinining walker, regardless of sex Itogers V P. CaiiH'litelv. looking woman on the grounds ut i Best mule over one and under two Mr. Hosshart entered the ministry Nicest white cake Cldc Lair. the thigh on Host suckling nuire, cither sex or age I'. K. I'ainsb, Lincoln, 1st; o'clock the afternoon of the fust of the F.v angelical Reformed church its appearance Onfrom right side U.ie H. $2. Nicest mnrble cake Mrs. Jane llov Hcazloj, Kockca-tl- e V. If. Murphy; It. 1. Goddard. the tho left side. 2d. day. A premium of l(l is offered in 1001. At the time that he was leg is double jointed; Best mule over two and under l; in fact, those Owen. Uct saddle mm ie, oi gelding anv Mine and suckling It. II. for the winner ol this iiiteiesting oiiluined. twenty-fiv- e young minis- who have seen the animal say that three 5, fX Nit ot golden eukc Hollo Lair. Allen lMelon. . M. Hullock, C. C. l).iis, 2d agi 'ring." The under Kit iM bluok nikc Louis Hysin-e- r. ters lor charges, and anatomy is of Uest saddle stallion any tige Dr. (l'ii nng in whidi staudaid and yet iiiinouuiedassociation has not as it were waiting him that lie would the lear portion calf.its Mr. Hoskins 7, Best pair mules over 4 and shown bo who the Mules must be appealed to f8, $3. almost n double cits were shown It. judges of this ownt; will piobably It. Lauieiuc, 1st; J. W. llillon 2d 0. and be unable to secure one for himself has bad several good offers made hitched to a vvii" Heat loeonuut cuke Hollo Lair. or some farm Ile.-- t liarness mare or gelding any I!, (loil.lanl; JUs. It. T. Lowndes. will not do so in advance. cake Judith age C. C. D.ims. 1st; Ilcnrx Ansoon, be decided to resume his stu- for the calf, but intends to wait un- implement. chocolate Uest Stallion, iiiiiie or gelding, one Host pair mules nny age- - ?", $3. Thompson. M'.ir and under two Ilontu and P. W. Whloo Sells to J. B. Sartain dies. In the Univeisities of Zurich til it is n little older, and believes derson 2d. Besl jack any n"e .$4, $1. corn pone Host and Geneva, he then iiursiied cour- that it will bring a good price from Host model lior-- f. ugaidless of Vnuarsilale; .1. M. Itaukin. Special lting. Most graceful lady business ehange ses in law and national economy. bis limit. An important Stallion maro or gelnlng, 2 ears a museum w circus side show. ago or so Dr. (J. 1. L.iwtcuie, 1st, Charles Wat- - J. W. Hilton 2d. Host dozen In 1U0.I, Mr. Hosshart married and horse buck rider $". last week old and under 3 Mis. It. T. Lown- took place in Stanford HUM. Saddle Class. Best mine or geldP. W. Whipp sold his half interest made himself a home. To earn a liv Good Woman Dies in West End. Uct combined hoise. icgaidless des; K. W. Hiiggs. Best lonf salt using lrroad Ju- of ago or o Mmo or gelding 3 yeuis and un- in the New Stanford Ding Company ing until he could secure u pastorate Mrs. Frances Cabbell, aged 72 ing one year and under two $o, $3. Di. ti. H. Lawronceo, dith Thompson. Host mare or gelding two years . D. Hcruntd Hayes; iler to J. II. S.utin, the populai rural he e'lteied journalism. He became years, died on Monday ut 7 a. m., 1st; C. C. Dais 2d. bre.id Rebecca Host loaf M'list lout" cirrier. Mr. Whiup has not n concspoiulent for seveial difler-cu- t at the home of her daughter, Mrs. and under tbtee to, $3. Host harne-- s mare or gelding anv Giininins. Swiss, Get man and French news- - G. L. llia.lley in Ilustonville, after e Dinft Class. Host mare or geld- Mure or gelding 4 ears ami oci yet decided jut what he will ilo. but Hob Walkei M; M. II. llurtoii. Nicest poach preserves Mrs. Heiiiard ll.iyos; Mat Cohen. his host of f i lends hope that he will p.ipois. He displayed much energy n long illness. She was n lite Jong ititr any age .", .fit. 2d. f l'lttslniiL'. Best pair mares or geldings $7, $5 Stallion 3 year and under 4 Mi. Sait.iin is in this liehl and was a piolifio writ member of tlio Christian chinch ami not leaw Stanford. He-iiaiue-- s tli'lli"!! imv ig" Nile! pear pieerws Jeiwc Live Ldgar Dotv 1st; M. II. Honlon, 2d. Mat Cohen. It. . Drugs. Model Clas. Hest stallion any an estimable nlul pupttl.tr citizen, tr. 1I lif.'iiiiiii u member of the w.u laid to lest Tuesday morning hlalliou I yea is and oxer It. W. lie has driven Itural ltoule No. 4 Piess Association ot Zurich nnd of nfter seivi.es by ltev. W. S. Willis, age ?7, $3. He- -t haiuoos horo lcardless of Nicest tnnmtii preserves Mis. ago Saddle running; Class. Best for a number of wars and has a the Society of German Jouruulisii pastor of the Christian church nt sex, sweepstake'. Mack I.'ay . Mat t'olicn. oi John Ci aw fold. , ltua.lster Ponv tinder 1 1 hands wide aciuaintame. Tom KaiU is nnd Autbois and still retains his Ilustonville. Besides her daughter, walker .fo, 3. Hughes, of Doyle, 1st, Ldgar Doty, Mis. Nicest apple high Hubert Mitchell; Sweep Stnke Roadster Ring. Draiiham cleikiug in the store for Mr. Sat-tai- n membership in both ol these organ- she is survived by a son. W. F. 2d. Dr. izations. Cabbell, of Lexington. Her husbnnd Best double team legardless of sex for the present, nsse-tinHot colt either so C. T. Sig-i- H.tllgllllMII. i(ad-teiiiiin(e preserves Hello Nu est s. Host pair nny age L. Hiyaiit. Mi. Hosshart finally detcimiuid pieeeded her to the gieat l"ond n or ownership $10, $f. in. L.ur. to win the degice ot doctor of phil- number of enrs ago. She also Race. Fice for nil mule race 4 Host Jersey Cow any age Oils K. Kogeis. 11. Nicest cherry preset Ws Mis. osophy. To secure this coveted leaves one sister, Mrs. J. P. Riffe, mile heat $5. f.1. Best two in three Il.unes Mate or gelding 4 years Staer-o- n Additional Personals. It. L. .Mcl'crron 2d. S. Albright. as many as 5 to start. dottiest dog, nnv species Mls and iiNcr Hunuid Hayes; Mat CoMrs. C. Johnson and chilihen, of honor liom one ot the universities f the West End. Host str.iwbeny preset ws Mrs. Kcbecen Watson, 1st, Lmoiy Hall. hen. Best suckling colt nny sex under Danville, are the guests ot lur sif- of Switzeiland, it is necessary to McF.ltpiain. Harness stallion 3 years and over ter. Miss Alice He.izley. prcp.ue u thesis on some iuiortaut li mo., old $7, 43. S. S. Institute at Hustonville. 2d. Mrs. apple jell Nicest Phaeton pony mine or gelding, 3 Host smldle mate or gelding anv Mis Kloise He.izlev has returned subject. He has chosen to write ltev. Louis Kntzmingcr. of Louis-Vll- e. Best harness mure or gelding 1 will conduct a S. S. Institute and under two t7, $3. age M. II. Heiiton, 1st, J. II. Mui-ph- wins and owr It. W. ltay; Miss home fiotn Danville, vvheie she has couieiuiug the Swiss emigiaut, and M.T.l-)iriNi.cst ginpe jelly Mr. Linma Van Sickle. Best combined mare 2d. r gelding; been visiting Miss S.u.i Kmbiy John- - the product ot his labors, when pub nt the Hustonville Baptist church Saddle Colt Futuiih It. II. Mur- 011. hshed, will be known us "Owi-be- a Rev over two and under three $7, $3. .beginning Thursday night. Itost saddle stallion nny ago jelly Mis. McLl-pimplum Nice- -t phy; Mrs. It. T. Lowndes, W. 0. LnUminger is, secretary of the Ken Best stallion and four of his colta Doty 1st, Mack Hughes, 2d. Miss Viiginia ISouiiie has telutn-o- d L'inigiutiou From Switzeiland." In oidor to gather the large tacky Baptist Sunday School Asso- - S10, f.--i. Hcst saddle horse, legmdloss of Walker, Allen lMelcn. to Huntington, W. Yn., to tench. Molll- Nicest peach jelly Mis. 1'iur . milage nurses, mares or She has been there for several years iiinount necessary material for this ciation. He is a mint of gieat c.x- age or sex IMgar Dotv 1st; Mack Best mine nnd family of three or HI1KIII. geldings r maro and gelding L. llughts 2d. Miss Isabel Givens. of Danville, important work, he was obliged to pcrienee m Sunday school work. All more colts. Nil est calico ipi'ilt Mrs. !. H. K. Itogern D. P. C.u pouter. Alter gleaning :ire invited to attend all these lec- Saddle and harness stock. ConHcst loadsloT mine or geldin is the attractive guest of Miss Hel- - travil extensively. lliown. Third Day. cousiiletahlc ltoni the government tines. sideration: Judge by for style, nnv ago Mink Hughes, 1st; and 2, tie Pa.xlon. Nil est calico comfort Sopha .... r.r iiimitn i(' the l'nmoiis little Alnine .1 .. a,., H. Tuck-Jack foaled in 1012-- C. ...i Hcst ioadter stallion, any ago cniliiinnie, age and for oidi-nni- y ': u.iiv, jinn ..l.'.l.l. iis. rvmit' it Owens. : W. T. Itoluiisoii. Broke Arm Crankino. Auto. . Hob Walker, IMgar Dotv, 2d. gen. ue Lebnnon Junction me the guests of icpublic, he joumewd through vuv Oiif-(iNicest homo coxerlet Kale Jack one year mid under 2 K. her sister Mis. Dink Farmer who 'f"s purls, paiticulaily the Fienth J. T. Wilkinson, clerk in Penny's Races. Best combined harness and saddle P. Gixoiis, - i)imr stoie, broke both bones in the stallion fit) $.. section, of that country for the yurhn been iek for some lime. Tni in iiiv, biigg i.U'o II. r. Nicest counliiipano (I nice Mai-M- n Jack 2 ycais- uml under 3 J. It. Tiss Belle Deniiv is entertaining n !'"se ot learning the causes of the lower pint of his right arm, just Trainer, MihIimmi, Isit Hob Wulkcr Best combined hnrne'ss and oaddlo ot Ashtabula, 0. Kno 1st; and 2ml. '.'d. above the wrist, when the auto ot mnie or gelding tIO, f.r). of Mr. W. P Swis3 lcariiig their native land. 'oils., unity noinp-isei- l home-mail- o Nicc-- t blanket Ann Jennet 1 war mid under 2 J. It. Givens and Miss Goorgia MoAfee, t secured much his uncle, A. II. Uillion, which ho us H'iug Trolling line, II iniuiito class Best saddle stallion any age $10. Ware. Mink Hughes. 1st; W. C. aoimoilv, Knox; W. P. Pittnmn. Danville. Misses Katie Lee Denny knowledge of the subject as he be- - was cranking last Friday night, fj Nicest dooi ni- R- Mrs. McLliiiiam. Mndisoii 2d. Hob Walker .Id, Jeiuiel 2 yenis and under 3 I. C. nnd Kstclle Wulkei, of Lnncnster.' heved he could in F.urope bo came backfired on him. The handle flew Best harm's, stallion $10, o Hcst homo-knMini sox 0. M. l'lug hoisie miming nice C. L. Blown; W. P. Pittman. and Mrs. II. 11. Hnrkins. of Danville. I" Amciica in the spring of 190(1. In buekwnids and struck him a heavy Fanciest tuinoiilit ladv and gen$t!;nioti. , Jack any nge J. It. Knox 1st; Lair, 1st; Jes-- o but 2d. J. O. McAlisler. who left Lincoln Mil ions ways, he obtuiued much data blow on the arm. with the above tleman in single or double )! f3. Host Kontlcuuiiis kIoc-- , home, (Consideration geneinl appearance Mule iuciWillie Hiudette 1st; mid 2nd. county 2(t wars ago. and has lived lonceining the settlements of the painful results. Hopkins. knit J. A. nge I. C. Hrown 1st; in n number of western stales, now Swis-- and their nttempts at colon- Jennet nny W, Notion, 2d. of ng and oicupauts. Mrs. S. J. Tiotting Host pair ladies' ulou-South America and Central Best walk, trot or canter stallion ' Dance Wednesday Nlflht rosi.linir ih Oklahoma, is lwck for "iJ? nice Hob Walker 1st; nnd 2nd. C. Franklin. Ponv Mine and Colt I'd ward a visit to his old home, nnd is being America, and then bean mi e- -l Mack Hughe 2d. W. C. flonuorlv The orchestra will give a dance flO, fo. Host table coer Mi's. McLhiiiain .'Id. Mitrlull, Mr. Sne.nl. Fanciest harness r' $7, .'l given n cordial reception by his hattstivo investigation of thr condi- - at the opeiu house, Wednesday iiuiht Host silk embr.iidorv Oiace M.it-hohistory of tho transplant- - .igust 14. The proceeds of this H.M pony lidet under 15 years Kunning nun L. T. Mnrciim, many friends. j jions mid Consideration style action and ed Swiss in the Lnited States, the dance will be used io buy new music ginceful inovemciit. WiiMie, 1st; Hob Walker 2d. llranhain Haughmaii; Morgan Smith Hest cotton embioidciy Mae MilThey are verv Mulo nice C. T. ,Si'iiian 1st; I. Kiiiighmitii. Free for nil mulo nice 4 mile In a die whidi destroved the lountry, ui which over ninety per for tho orchestra. ler. Suckling toll, either sex, siiod nioomfiehl Hotel last week sboitly ent ot the Swiss emigrants have anxious to have a huge eiovvil and heat best two iu thiee us many ut J. McKiuuey, 2d. Hesl silk diiilt Lain Gov. ' pionuse to furnish good music. Mrs. five to stmt. To. ill. Tiot or pacing runt W. C. Gonn-eil- bv Hohemian King It. K. Goddmd; after midnight, which caused a loss' settled. cotlon Louauna Host crochet His slu.lv of tho subject in this Jamie raipenler. of ("nib Or.liard. Svt ') Stake Itofidster l!in?i-Be1st: Mack Hughes 2d, Hob Howard Vuiimsdale; Hugh Tarkiug-Io- of ilO.OOO. II. L. Autiev. of Leitcb- ; Whitehead. . Walker, 3d. field, a tiaveliug salesman for the country has taken him into tho is going to plnv the piano for them. stallion mine or gelding any nge Hcst drawn vroik Mis. McKl-quaKunning- nice L. T. Maicum 1st, of Missomi, Arkansas, lib- Coinimnv was sUjte Coll. oithor se. .1. tl. Cecil; Oneiisboro Gioien speed, style and endurOne of the most common ailmeiils ance, as many us four to show $1$ In Hob Walker 2d. Thomas Metealf. bin ned I" death. Twenty or thirty noi, Wisconsin mid otluvs. Host butlcniiiir draco Mntson. Mmo ami suckling J. tl. Cecil: guests had imuvv escnpes fiom nil of the section of this couutiy that hard working people are. ntfit Ilost pin cushion Mr. McF.hpiam he ha visited, he has given ed with is lame back, Applv Cham- , which the flames. "I was cured of diutrhoeti bv one Thomas Metealf. pillow Cljdo Lair. ( Host sofa mm li attention not onlv to all things l.eilaiu.s I.inimeiit twice a. day ami Stallion, mmo or gelding. 1 year Masnns' UtMna doso of Chniiiberluiu's Colic, Choi-er- a Host display cut f lowers Mrs. J. Lincoln IJjf No Win II. D.iiley, of Cincinnati, nnd iclntiug to the Swiss, but ulso to massage the parts thoroughly ut tUttl luuiniuiurtiiun. 60, f k A. If, mM h j. nnd Dianhoea ltemedy". wriUs mid under 2 Itobeit Milehell, Geo. ou rach fittt an4 lUd T. Adams. Itosii H. Cntmnn. of this county the various assets of our national each application, and you will get MomUy ulghli l tick month, at T n'lloili H i . M. D. Gehhnrdt.Oiiole, Pu. There h Curtis Host honeycomb Uichnrdi .......'. Stallion, mare or goldiup 2 yeqrs were married at 'Jacob Frances' on life. His cMiiimeiith on what he sees "'lick relief. For sule by Penny's ...... o( t!Mrr ..m aims Kaiyro. juh Hiui by Penny's nothing better. For sale brrt IraUtDilljr laTitut linn frequently brought forth 4v Drug Store. prtwai. Ji. V.li and under 3. N L. Buster, Robert the Gth. Cariutr, BxrtUry, MVt Drug Store. Host cake baiter Sadie Koore. Beit quart sweet pickles-Rebe- c-1 PREMIUMS GIVEN ca Cummins. AT MT. VERNON FAIR Hcst displny canned fruit Rebecca Cummins. Hcst incumber pickles Mis. Jno. List ol Prlie Winners at First ExCraw fold. There Shows Several hibition Stock Rlnqs. Lincoln Countv'Names Hot mam mule under one year J. M. Croos, Lincoln 1st; Oui Slnv-orsoTho first nnnmit oxliibitiou of tlio Jlockcastlu 'Jd. Ml. Vernoti Fair Association, being Host inaie mule ocr one Jeur and hust-Un- tr the first fair ewr liolil in tlio under two Jcssu Licsny. little capital, of Rockcastle Hcst mam muln oer two nnd un-ilwas largely attended Inst week three J.ll. Thonipson, Lincoln, nnd enjoyed by everyone who was 1st', Will Arnold. Hockcnstlo. "Jd. Very liberal premiums present. Host mate iimlo nnV ne J. II. were hung up considering that this Th.impson 1st; J. M. Cicss 'Jd. v,u tlm tirnt venture of tlio young Host horse mule under one veur Tlio premium wiiiiiom Clnunt Lair 1st; II. C Jonca, 2d. association. wero an lollows: Host boric mule Ar one ami unHost perk wheal C. L. Lair. der three J. limit I'l-- h, .1st; Wude Host - euro white corn Kcbecen Mm tin 2d. Cummin. Host horso iimlo any nee Jack H. Shutts. Best pock rye-- P. McMullin 1st: (liinnt Lnir 2d. Best peek green beans Julia Hot mule any sex, sweepstakes , .. Tom Mink. 1st; J. II. Thompson, l'Tunei"'". potatoes Vt. II. 2d. Best peek sweet Dollorde. . Hot bull calf under 1 year cek Irish potatoes Hamio F. Allison. Host Shiplclt. Host bull cnlf over 1 nnd under 2 IVst peek onions C. T. Sigmnn. J. L. llnsty. 1st; J. M. Norton, 2d. Best peek turnips (J. M. Siginmi.Host bull calf anv ago John Shi-o- l Bent peek tomatoes J. S. Mc1st; J. L. Ilttsty 2d. 1 lure. Host heifer under 1 jear Jack Rest peek beets C. T. Sicilian. II singer. Ileal peek homo dried apples licit Iciff mer 1 nnd under 2 Mrs. Hia.lloy. Mnt Cummins. Hopt cow nnv ace J. V. Lewi, Host halp doen cueumbcrs l'ar")iv rhiaiit Lnjr, 2d. Best mill largest half dozen Host mure colt under I car heads -- Richard Hrauiiamaii. Tom Lair 1st; J. II. I)aidsou 2d. Host dozen mango peppers. Mrs. Host urn io colt otcr 1 and under LIIERAL n, cr 1cab-Imu'c MURPHY'S SPLENDID LITTLE FILLY WINS AT DANVILLE 1 Ht' il & C.7 ed ' 3 mis-tio- t 1-- o lt' e ?Fi San-didg- o. s V M 11 ilve-Icgge- m Bt n. 1-- m God-dnr.- 9 H 1 bi-e- 1 San-di.lg- c. .-- it a. pie-cix- n. g 3-- lt, y, L'd-g- nr n. ao-(i.- )ii ci ii I n. I - it fA A s n. . 3-- v. n. at Hinn-uiams- n. 1 ?. VH a THE INTERIOR JOURNAL. STANFORD. KENTUCKY. TUESDAY. AUCUST 13. 1112. Little Things It's th LITTLE THINGS that make up life. It tke LITTLE THINGS we forget and so we want to remind you of the LITTLE THINGS we sell that you EVERY DAY. i SOCKS In Silk at 25c and 50q in Lisle at 25c and 50c; in Cotton t 10c and 15c TIES We carry so many of these that we hardly know what to say about themonly thisstringties and in every conceivable color at 25c and 50c. COLLARS We sell the "Arrow Brand." They are linen, they are correct styles, and they are two for 25c ) GARTERS . We have a show case full of Ihem at 10c, 25c and 50c i' SUSPENDERS BELTS Light and medium weights, also the heavy working man's Suspender, at 25c and 50c greys, Something you must have-tan- s, 25c,'50c$1.00 and $1.50. blacks-- at Collar Buttons, Cuff Buttons, Stick Pins, Shoe Laces, Shoe Polish, Tie Holders, Handkerchiefs, Gloves,'etc Everything a man wears at H. J. McROBERTS Stanford, Kentucky DEPOSIT BANK OF STANFORD, chartered March 9, 1854. J It's successors National Recognized Bank of Stanford, organized June 2, 1865. as First National Bank OCTOBER 3, 1882. This Bank has been In successful and uninterrupted operation for 58 years, and Is worthy of the confidence of of the public. Open an account with us today. The Farmer's Friends 1 i Superior and Peoria Grain Drills Call and see the new stock "n W.EHig gins Stanford, Ky. r-- . I ' - L , - MANY SUCCESSFUL FARMERS Owe their success in a large measure to the aid tliey receive from this bank in the development of their nffnits. We are just as ready and willing to help many others and ywi in particular. The first Etep is an interview, which will help us pet ia touch with your business needs. When you market your grain, bring in your checks and we and pay will cash them for you, or you may open an accouut out your money by check. H Capital ; Surplus '.., $100,000 $100,100 Lincoln County National Bank Corner Next to Courtnouse. ii SUniOra, Ey JunctrM City. ee Lick Mm. W. It. Cnskey and ttwo chilThe farmers say that they aro i dren, of Corbin, are visiting Mr. glad to see the hot sunshine and rain Mniy Frances Wells. -- Proprietor HELTON W. BAUrLET- again. Mios Marguerite Kenne has reMr. W. M. Scott has been visiting IN ADVANCE 1 A TEAR BTR1CT1.Y turned from a viit to Mls Lucile his friends at Livingston. 1' Stone in llurgiu. l Kntrrti ' Stmfrri Mr. W. E. Taylor has had two Mr. Charles Terry, rif fllncgow, tUtt mU molltr wan a recent guest of Mrs. Hctlie little girls, Ella and Ilcala, sick with Willintns nnd Sirs. C. S. Lyons. DEMOCRATIC TICKET 1ypoin, but they arc better now. For JVMnl WOODIIOW WII.80.. Mr. nnd Mrs. Edward Chatham, Mrs. David Proctor is improving For V. frit THUS. H. MAR8IIALL of Louisville, arc visiting Mr. and "lowly at this time. far UeiwfMf IIAItVEY HELM Mrs. J. Walker Ilailey. M. M. TnyloT, who'hns been ubild-iti- g E. V. rUHTEAR For VemtiV, At! a school house at Conwny, is at Messrs John Dolling and Tlionmt J. F. HOLIiAM For Circuit tier Cosby visited Mr. Holing at Elixir home for a few days to attend the M. FIELDS Fr fair at Hrodlicnd. Springs Saturday nnd Sunday. For MWtrattU. C. NKWLAXD Mr. Elmer and J.hn Scott will Mrs. Sarah Wright and Mis Julia Hundley havo returned from a leave in a short time for Crawfords-vill- e, Political Announcements Ind. to relatives in Riley's. Ihr ennouncrmtnti In thii column are cf visit Rnv. Gentry will preach at Nellie candidate! for ofllee, aubject to the action of AIn., Clyde Shuttles, of Dawson, No announcement! Sunday at 1U10, August 18. the Democratic primary. is with libs mother, Mrs. Jennie will be. made, unleia paid tor In adrance: Mr. anil Mrs. Henry Scott, of Shuttles. for KtprftrnloHrr. Somerset, have been visiting his VIHOll, McMULLIN. Mrs. John Clnrksou and Miss parents. Mr. nnd Mrs. W. M. Scott. THE POWER OF Fcr Shrrlf M. 8. 1IAUUIIMAN Mary lliirkn, of the Rolling Fork Mr. J. S. Hnekley. of New York n. V. (1IVKNS vicinity, vNited Mr. nnd Mrs. Ilurkn City, who has been visiting his par J. O. WEATHEKFORD Sunday. T. J. HILL ents, on the Dnnvilln ttike. i lrnv Tor County luigi Mi.s Annie Cosby went on a shop- - ine today for the west and Pacific T. A. KICK it. F. J.OKTU ing trip to Danville Saturday. N. Yurk in uiiuttt Hirer weeks. For JitiUf N. W. Fowle made n business trip Mr. and Mrs. Charles Rector, of PEYTON PAUHIHH OEOIIOE DKUOIIDK Cleveland, Ohio, are visitiug his to Carlisle Monday. DINK FARMER Mrs. S. A. Keith, of Maysville. mother, Mrs. George Smith. WILLIAM II. HESTER V. A. CARSON Mis Josephine Wnlker is in came up Saturday to spend a few can't tell a good man by his clothes, For Antticr Pnrksville, the guest of of Miss days with the homefolk. Mr. and P. L. HECK can't teli a good book by the cover, Mr. N. W. Fowle and family. Freda Seltsam. S. M. OWEN 8 R. 11. mtONAUGH ou can't tell a good cigar by the wrapper. Miss Lucy Hankla left Friday P. C. 8ANDIIX1E ''Were all medicines as meritoriJ. H. IIOONE for Hermitage, Tenn,, vtherc ous n Oiaraberlnin's Colic. Cholera Neither can you tell V. T. GARNER John-?- t she will visit Misses Sophia LAFE MORQAN and Diarrhoen Remedy the world on nnd Olivia Willinmson. She would be much better off nnd the goes from Hermitage to Columbia, percentage of suffering grently Tho campaign to carry Kentucky where she will be the guest of Misses writes Lindsay Scott, of But you can tell good candy by the name it bears 100,000 for Woodrow Wilson will be Huttie and Elizabeth Jones nud Miss Temple,. Ind., for Snle by Penny's ie Dawson. or what is back of the box. opened at Lexington on formally Drug Store. Mis. Pearl Clarkson, of Lebanon, September 10th. Elaborate prepaDown in Case. rations arc being mado by the dcm is visiting Mrs. J. W. litirke, Sunday Miss Ruth MeCollum left C. Cundiif, Dr. I. S. nnd Jaon there, nud State Campaign for Crab Orchard where she will ccrnt3 Fiiduv, Vfs!e milceu U D.uiviile Chairman Camden will visit Mrs. W. T. Gover. She also whee Jason consulted a specialist Efforts will be made to have a num- expects to attend the Hrodhead fuir about an ear trouble. Means to Candy just what Sterling means to Mr. and Mrs. Luke Carpenter, of ber of nntionnl figures present. while awny. Silver. Mrs. Fannie llnrbcrson is visiting Newcastle. Ind., were guilts of Mr. Chairman Camden is getting down her brother, Mr. Joseph Lawrence in nnd Mrs. C. F. Montgomery Sunday. to business, and is going to have the I'runifield. Mis. Lincoln Wells nnd son Josh most complcto organization ever went to Ilustonville Friday to visit Mioses Gertnido nnd Sara Richperfected in a political campaign in ardson and Messrs. Frank Powell her daughter. Mr. S. T. Powell, who KentuckV, if present indications arc and Lewis Alstott attended the par- has been quite tick. Cleo Thomas nnd wife, of McKin-nefulfilled." ty Hven by Mr. Albert Hoseley in Eld. Gnbbert, of Casey Creek, Morclnnd Saturday evening. Ruby Montcomerv. of LibWilson The vuliaut Woodrow Here are some of the people from and Miss guests McWhor-te- r Were of this plncc who attended the Dan- erty. Sunday. Liberty Ilobt. club of Lincoln, which went to News. Frankfort in the early days of the ville fair: Mr. and Mrs. E. R. Mr. William MrKpchnie nnd son, Misses Bessie Wright and William, of presidential campaign to pledge him Mnrcelius, are the guest Annie Adkiiis, Mr. and Mrs. II. C. its support when he spoke there, Catron nud children, Misses Mnmie of his biother, Mr. R. R. McKechnie Wayne i tv Outlook. will he at the. bis ratification meet- Jones and Anna Kelley. Mits Sarah Richardson was the ing in Lexington on September 19th hostes of a very enjoyable party with the bells on. Thursday evening from clsM to I Dollar funds are being raised all twelve ut the beautiful residence of over the country to help elect Wood-ro- her parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. T. TO Wilson president. What's the Riehnrdson. The house was beautiMens' $4 Oxfords now $325 matter with btnrtuig one in Lincoln fully decorated With ferns mui white Mens' $3.75 Oxfords now flowers. Mrs. E. II. Richardson $3.00 county? Mens' $3.50 Oxfords now and Miss Gertrude Richardson pre$2.95 sided at the punch bowl. Notwith- Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegeta Mens' $3 Oxfords now $2.35 Kidney Remedy Advertisement standing the rain, which fell all ev - Ladies' $3 Oxfords now ble Compound Restored $2.35 Brought Great Happiness ening, a large crowd from Moreland Ladies' $2.50 Oxfords now $2.00 Mrs. Green's Health nnd Ilustonville attended. Those Ladles' $2 Oxfords now I take pleasure in stating that I present were: $1.65 Miss Pearl Thnrp. Her Own Statement havo used Dr. Kilmer's Swamp-KoLadles' $1.50 Oxfords now $120 of Bradfordsville, Katie" McFarland, that 1 was greatly benefitted by the Somerset; Miss Browning, of MisPlenty of time to wear them get a pair for the Fair. same and have used it m my family souri. Misses Myers Covington, Mo. "Your medicino has Mab McClure I had a son, when quite young he Nell Ellis, Minelle Pmitt, Mrs. E. II. done me more good' than all tho doc suffered from bladder or kidney tor s medicines. At Richardson, of Moreland and Misses I called in my physician, Louella Lingle, Minnie everymonthly period Jtk, Shannon, he attended him but did him no good. I had to stay in bed Ruth Kelley, Mamie Lucy Almost by accident I noticed an ad- HanLla, Bessie Wright, Jones, Prew-it- t, four days because of Anna about the curative provertisement hemorrhages, and Maggie Clarkson, Marguerite perties of Dr. Kilmer's Swamp-Roo- t. my back was so weak Keane, Elsie Alstott, Mary Steele, I procured a bottlo and gave it to I could hardly walk. him according to directions. It cur- Ruth McColliim, Zula Bottoms, BerI have been taking tha Westt, Susie Robert, Alma Cosed him of what we thought was alLydia E. Pinkham's by, of this place, and Messrs. James most impossible and the tamo with Vegetable Compound and now I can others of my family. I have such Hall nnd Sylvester Newton, of Ilusstay xp sr.d do my strong faith ia Swamp-Hothat I tonville, Walter Moser, Otto Mer. work. I think it is havo never done without it in my Ben II. Pruitt, Emmons McClure, Mr. Kincnid, of Moreland, Powers, the best medicine on earth for women." family tince the wonderful euro of MeGraw, Lingle. Alstott, Mrs. Jennie Green, Covington, Mo. my son as well as myself. 1 re- Moore, commend it to all who suffer from Burkn, Cosby, Kelley Lanham, BotHow Sirs. Cllno Avoided kidney or blodder troubles and I am toms, Massey, Richardson, of this Operation. city. Miss Richardson's iruests feel led to believe that it is one of the Brownsville, Ind. "I can say that greatly indebted to her for the best medicines for the purpose for Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound which it is used, that has ever been chnmung evening. Mrs. 5Inry E. Hankla visited Mrs. has done me more good than anything discovered. else. One doctor said I must be operaThis is my experience from the W. W. Phillips in Ilustonville Sun- ted upon, for a serious female trouble day. Wishing the use of Swamp-Roo- t. and that nothing could help me but an Mr. Ed Moore and Master Albert operation. promoters of this wonderful medicine a large salo to tho suffering Linnoy, Jr., are visiting Mrs. A. J. "I had hemorrhages and at times Evans. public, 1 am could not get any medicine to stop them. Yours respectfully, Born, Saturday evening to Mr. I got in such a weak condition that I would w. ii. McAfee, Chnrley Burke, a ten have died if I had not got relief soon. College Park, Ga. nnd Mrs. pound boy. "Several women who had taken your Witness. Compound, told me to try it and I did E. O. Williams, Notary Public. Mrs. W. S. Gunsnlns, a farmer and found it to be the right medicine to living near Fleming, Pa., says he has build up the system and overcome Letter to used Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera female troubles. Dr. Kilmer fc Co. Diarrhoea Remedy in his family for "I am now in great deal better health innhamton, N. Y. fourteen years, and that he has than I ever expected to be, so I think I found it to be an excellent remedy, ought to thank you for it "Mrs. O. M. Prove What Swamp Root Will Do find takes pleasure in recommend- Cune. S. Main St, Brownsville, Ind. You. For ing it. For sale by Penny's Drug Send to Dr. Kilmer & Co., Store. 0 N. Y., for a samplo bottle. It will convince anyone. You will Jones Anderson Prosnerlna also receive a booklet of valuable The following nrticlo appeared in telling all about the information, kidneys and bladder. When writing the Kissimmee, (FJn.) Gazette of re be sure to mention tho Stanford In- cent date: The Palm Theater. terior Journal. Regular fifty cent "We are proud to have a theater and size bottles for salo like this in our town. Tho owner, at all drug fctorcs. Mr. T. F. VanArsdale, has spared no expenso iu fixing up this properSouthern Railway 0 Low excursion fares Sunday Aug. ty. The building has cost over UNDERTAKERS AND and is equipped with till tho lat- 18th between Louisville, Lexington, AL80 DEAL. ER IN FURNITURE. MAT. Danville. Geonrctown. Lawreuco- - cste mprovements, electro fans and TINGS, RUQ8. THEY WILL burg, Shclbyvillo, and Versailles opera chairs, and seats 240 people. EXCHANGE FURNITURE THERE IS REAL PAINT nnd intermediate points in each It is under the management of J. L. FOR ALL KINDS OF STOCK. UNDERTAKER AND IMBALMM Anderson nnd L. G. Weddle. The and also Eoao stuff mixed with QIVE THEM A CALL PRJCE $1i0 between Lexington. Dan- theater opened Saturday evening cheapening materials that is not 7NF0IID KENTUCKY. ville Georgetown and Louisvillo for with an overflowing house. Tho worthy of the name. If you have Office Phone 167. Home Phone 3S. Fall and Winter Suitings. the round trip tickets limited to re- show will continue every night. Mrs. bad ejeporienco with the latter kind My new FtU and Winter Sample ore bow turn on dato of sale. ProportionG. O. Clark i3 pianist and Rnlph rtaitr far your intction. 'Ihtj comprii a ately low Tates between intermediate Wright tho operator. J. L. Anderson you don't want another. If you tlieAtkt on th mirkrt. I cm tult tnjroni price points. Consult nnv Southern mil-wa- y is one of our lending groccrymen haven't take our advice and don't n to A tultwlio luilto bit clutbr luiil llIu oryour uiJ Buy our mil paints der. to ritdjr oud clothtt. uictiurt them SURETY BONDS To bar agent, of write II. C. King. CTA and L. G. Weddle our assistant experiment. do in t colt any mora than mad to mcatur Lexington Ky. R. II.Todd, DPA postmaster. These two are wide and save yourself 'disuppdintinent ready inada when quality and (it ii . K.M.NEWLAHD Louisville, Ky. J. C. Beam, Celt In and let a tala jour mtaa-urSt. awake, and we hope they will suc- and money as welL STANFORD, KY. Louis, Mo. ceed in their undertaking." I A. ALLEN. Stanfsri. Ky. U, O. BVriET, Ih, Fractteal Toiler The Interior Journal For Every $1 Purchase at our store from Aug. to Aug. 5, we will give a Show at the Springs. !(' ticket to Moving Picture lftratt'. L. L. SANDERS, Crab Orchard, Ky. - A Name GOOD CANDY - You ig Byre.,. Hc-s- NUNNALLYS At PENNY'S, The Rexall Store. y, Gal-breat- h, r Price Reductions Oxfords WHERE DOCTORS FAILED We have reduced the price on all Men's, Ladies' and Children's .... .... w HELP ot 1 mL W.E. PERKINS Crab Orchard, Ky ot AT COST For Cash price. Stanford. Ky. We will continue to sell all lawns and Oxfords at Cost, strictly Goods charged will be at regular Hughes, Martin & Co. M Me Bing-hamto- n, J.L.Beazley &Co J. C. McClary one-doll- ar $4.-00- o FIRE INSURANCE nd conaid-crcd- t. 'tfv "' ji'. ""Sf mmkfmiutggffffllt m Mkta THE INTEHIOW JOUMUL, STAMFORD. Mrs. Thomns Oaks of Hall's Gap is very low with typhoid flux. II. II. Hays attended the Lexington fair Monday, Miss Kmclin Peters of Danville, is the guest of Miss Dorothy Ileid. CirVuit CIcTk J. F. Holdnm has been lnid up for about n week. Mcsm-8-. W. 0. Martin and. L. IL Hughes went to Lexington Tuesday to attend the fair this week. Miss Minnie Kuplcy hns returned homo from Lebanon where she hns been visiting Mrs. IL IL Houriirnn. Miss Sue Tnjlor Fugleman is (uitc ill with typhoid fever nt her home in the counttry. Miss Ida Lee Campbell, of Crab Orchard is the guest of ,Mis ldn M 1'ettus. Mr. Precott Drown is visiting friends and relatives at itrodhend. He will take in the fnir while then. Dr. Heath has returned, to Richmond after a vi-- it to his daughter, Mrs. A. 11. Severance. Miics Ilerthn Ventch, and Hcssie Wf'-rd- , f nre the guests of Miss Mollie Dniigherty. Mrs. Will Shnnks went to Rich inond Tuesday to spend several iIii.vh with her parents Mr. and Mr. Iluld-win. KENTUCKY TUESDAY. AUGUST 13. 1912. z Fox-RidgeCo- Automobiles Wo hnvc the following Imignins to offer, if sold within the next 30 days: Overland, Model (10, fully equipped, ucil a short while ns a demonstrator. Cannot be told from a new car, $1,100. Overland, Model 01, fully equipped, same ns new $1,400. Overland, six cylinder, JDhorse power fully equipped fO.'O. Stearns, 7 pasxemrer, new body, new top nnd windshield, extra easing ?70(). Mitchell, Model K .'10 horc power, 5 passenger, fnllv equipped nnd new tires in renr .$500. Overlond, .Model 41, 40 horse power, newly pointed, new top, with full equipment $000 llupmohile, delivery truck, 800 lh capacity, just the thing for grocerymen, $500. We are constantly taking second hand ears in trade for new cars. Let us have your wnnt. Our lOl.'i line of ncw cars will bo ready to demonstrate, by August -- 0th. al nssmi ' "Here's a Now is the time to stock your winter supply of QOAL. None better than Prices right. We fork all our Coal YOU GET NO DUST. Fox-Ridge. ' 1 RW t The Road to Comfort A vanished thirst cool body and a " J. H. Baughman refreshed one; the sure way ?ij i ISA the only LWltlt XJt JN0. 0. REID, Sales Agent, FOR THE JUNGCLAS AUTOMOBILE CO., CINCINNATI, 0. Phone 11 Stanford, Kentucky. 4 Co. Ideally delicious pure as purity crisp and sparkling as frost. ur ncw FVoo otUoca-Lol- a booklet, telling v'v vindication at Chattanooga, for the asking. Demand the Genuine as made by THE COCA-COL- CO. CA. Wl.enmt ou ice an Arrow think of Coca-Col- ATLANTA, IJ rj. ..rjzx Personal and Social. Mr. 1'. 0. Scott is unending tlic Mine Grass Fair this week. .Mary Miss Jliiririns is visiting Mr. and Mrs. T. M. Butt, of Crab friends nii-- i relatives in Somerset. J. C. Lynn went to tlic city Orehnrd were hctc Saturdaay. Mr. Mr. .1. IC. Coffey and daughter, of Monday to buy her fall millinery. .Middleburg. werv m town Monday. Miss Jcmiio Wnrrcn spent Satur.Mr-- .. J.,e MeAlister. of Wny. Miss.. day nt the Crab Orchard Spring. Messrs. W. 0. Martm and T. K. arrived Mondny to visit her brother, Tudor took in the Danville fair, Fri- Mr. .). II. Foster and other relatives. day. Mr. James H. Kails has been visMib Lliziibcth Higgins mid Mr. iting f i lends and relatives nt Itnnkin Welch JlooheMer attended the Dan Ky. Mfofct J ville fair Thursday. Isnbel Itcynolds and Mary Miss .Mary .Moore llnncy is visit- i.oi, unnn. oi .McKinney, were in ing Mr. T. II. Smiley nt Lexington town Saturday for n shortt time. .Mp Kiln Wntren is in Crab Orehduring the fair. .Miss Fffio Dre, of Hustonvillc, nrd, visiting her Mrs. C. F. On met t. is tho guest of Mr. and Mrs. J. Mrs. Julia Higgins nnd daughter, Dryo. llnrrodshurg Herald. Mrs. J. (I. CariKinter was the of Somerset, nre visiting Mr. and gttost of her mother, Mrs. M. L. Mrs. L. C. King nt Hubble. Mr. 0. W. King, of Norrann, Okln., Pirh at Crab Orehnrd, Snturdny. .Miss Millipm, of Lexington, is is here visiting his brother, Mr. L. the nttractie guest of Miss .Mary C. King at Hubble. Mr. and Mrs. Will White nnd Morrison Mntheny. of I'arksville, Mere the "nests Mm Louise Lynn has returned home from Danville, where the hn6 of tier uncle, Mr. Cicero Iteynolds, viiting her mint, Mrs Lognn Monday. Mr. nnd Mrs. James Turner nnd Waod for several week. Mr. W. S. Fish and little ton Hu- pretty dnughter. L'dnn. of Nicholas-villi- -, have returned home nfter n bert spent Saturday anl Sunday with his father, Mr. W. C. Fish at visit to her sister. Mesdames J. It. Harris nnd J. W. Hrynnt. l'aint Lick. Mrs. W. li. McKinney and daugh Missus .Martha Kwmg nnd Mary Adams Terhiiuo, of Lebanon, arc ter, Miss Nancy Kntlicrine nnd Miss the guests of their nunt, Mrs. T. W. Annette Wcaren nre visiting Dr. nnd Mrs. V. X. Crnig nnd family Pennington. Miss Kiiiuin Meier, of Highland, at Heren. M. 0. Hastin, who now holds an guest of her has been the H, (.!v?r biiJ important jwiMtinn &t lujford, I ml , Kiktoru, .!.liiiilt M. A. Stone. is back home for a short visit to tho Mr. anil Mrs. M. S. liaughmnn, folks. Mis. Tinsley SpoonnmoTe Misses Lottie llnughmnn nnd Mary and Moore L'aney went to tho Danville Mrs. I. A. Potter, are visiting their brother, Mr. W. T. Smith nt Lexingfair Friday. Mrs. linscom Pclphrey nnd little ton and will nttend the fair while there. daughter, of Lancaster, lmvo Miss Gertrude Anderson, of Paris, home ufter a visit to her iathcr, Mr. W. A. Carson and fain-il.- nnd Miss Annie Lee Hums, of Covington, arc the guests of Miss Ellen Meidnmcs Joseph Coffey, Q. S. Scott. Moore und daughter, of LcComnton, It. S. Steele nnd wife, of Cocburn, Kansas, nnd Joe L. Coffey and lit- Virginia, are with Mrs. Steele's partle ton. are the cucsts of Mrs. W. It. ents, Mr. nnd Mrs. V. D. Hanson Dillion at London. in tho West End,. -t,i-tehil-dien, Ik-cv. EXCURSION -V- IA- "CAROLINA SPECIAL" TUESDAY, AUGUST 27 TO THE Mountains of Western North Carolina "Land of the Sky' ASHEVILLE, N. C, and return WAYNESVILLEN. ami return . "Sapphire Country." $7.50 I SQ.50 HENDERSONVILLE,N.C$Q.50 and return LAKE TOXAWAY, C. 0 N. and return C$0,50 jw Tickets good on "Carolina Speeinl," leaving Danville nt 10:05 P. M., also on All Other Regular Trains leaving Danville August 27th Klectrio-lightcPullman Observation and Drawing Hoom Sleeping Day Cars, meuls n In carte in Dining Car, und electric-lighte- d Conches of modern construction. RETURN LIMIT SEPTEMBER llth.,1912 PRIVILEGES. LIBERAL STOP-OVL- R d, (C. N. 0. & T. P. RY.) and SOUTHERN RAILWAY. DIVERSE ROUTE direct and return via Chattanooga, Lookout Mountains, or vice versa, $1.50 additional. For full information, printed matter and sleeping ear reservations, writo II. C. KING, Puss'r mid Tkt. Agent. Lexington, Ky. W. A. HECKLER, Octi'l Puss'r Agt. Ingtills Kldg. Cincinnati, 0. Go Lancaster. Ilolnmn Hicc Montgomery, the littlei smii of Mr. and Mrs. I.na' Montgomery, died after only nine days' illnes nt his parents' home nt Mt. Ilelrron. The thie-hin- g of wheat is about over for tho sea-o- il and the yield is better than it was nt first thought it would be, and it has been delivered at jainy goja pnce. Mrs. Lillian Cochran, entertained at a handsome luncheon for the following guests: Misses Murgaret Mc.Miiriay Shelby, of Xorth Caro lina, Mary hlizabcth Shepherd, of Cincinnati, Kmnitrine Hurjjett, of t.exinuton and Margaret Morrow, of Lancaster. Mr. Hcncley V. Hn'-tiu- , the popular owner and manager of the Lancaster vicamery is reported quite sick of malarial lever at the home of his father-in-laMr. Alex West. Hughes and Swinebroad, the hustling real estnte agent", sold for YV. S. Carrier, his residence on Danville street known ns the Duruside property for ? 1,250. Mr. Carrier and family will move to the new house he recently erected, un the bumu sirecL Mis. Pattie D. Gill celebrated her The Ladies Aid Soeietty of the 71st birthday by inviting a For Sale. An Ellington piano, number Christinn church will nice with Mr. of guests tu partake of a substangod as new; Apply to Mrs. T. L. Turner-vill- e, J. F. Cover nt Friday tial nnd bountiful dinner. The day 04-Carpenter. nttcrnooii, Ang.10 th nt 2 o'clock. was an enjoyable one to those as Look Here. I loniied a frjend a All members are coidially invited to. sembled, the hostess eing remarkscap book, hove jvu it if so please nttend. , ably entertaining as n return it. John Hright, Sr. noted for her sparklins wit. J. J. Purslev. "Dal ita Jack,'' acIt was with sinctrc r"ret that by his Lindsome wife. the congregation of the PresbyMy ncw fall and winter snmples companied are now ready for- - yju inspection wa over from Lancaster Monday, terian church learned on Sunday last Call early and leave your measure looking nfter the sale of his cele- that their pastor, Kev. C. C. Drown beforo the rush nnd you will get bet- brated Indian remed)-- s, for which would resign his pastorate for evanter work. II. C. Kuplcy The Prac- there is a big demand throughout gelist ie work in the mountains. nil this section. tical Tailor. Mi's. J. M. Aeton remains seriously ill of some internal trouble and grave apprehension as to her recovering is felt by her family. Mesdames Knmsey nnd Goodloe, unve an elaborate course dinner Saturday to Mrs. Mattie D. Duncan and guests, Mrs. Jones and daughters, of Kanns City, and 3iisa Mary Crimes, of Stanford. Major Win. II. Collier will suil August 17th for a two months' stnv from Portland Oregon for Honolulu. He goes on business connected with his government position, nnd ho will return by wny of Snn Francisco. Dr. E. II ,1'earce preached the L'nioji services Sunday evening. It was a farewell sermon of this scho larly man who has completed a four years' service for the Methodist congregation in this city. Mr. Jack Dunn, a former resident of Garrard, died at the home of his son I. S. Dunn in Lexington. of n. complication of diseases, age 71 years. A widow, two sons, three brothers nnd one sister, Mrs. Alice Adams, of Denver Colorado. The lemnins were brought here Saturday his former home for interment in tho Lancaster cemetery and the funeral sermon was preached by his pastor, Elder Mark Cbllis, of Lexington. The Farmer and the bank are connected by the closest ties. One Mr. and Mrs. Howard like are in would bo impossible without the other. This bank therefore Louisville for a short stay before specializes in helprng the fanner nt nil seasons. returning to Kichmoud. Intl. Misses If you have nny trouble or fjnnncinl ambitions come in nnd let Margaret MeMurray, of Shelby. us tnlk it over. Several heads nie better (ban one, and wo can Nortth Carolina, and Miss Grackj ' probably help you. May Cochran are guests of Miss Annette Willlis" nt Crab Orchard Eery nccommodation is afforded farmers and you nro cordially Springs. MiKAnnio Walker, of invited to make this bank your headquarter. when you coino Huntington, W. Vo.. for a to town. vMt to her daughters, Mesdames Hudson and Kignev. Miss Mary Cook left Friday for a visit to Misses Ceorgin nud Anna Button Moss, of Itichmond. Misses Sarah Washburn Capital $50,000. Surplus $500 Stanford, Ky. of Aluin, On., and Jennie Washburn of Fitzgerald, On., nro visiting iheir w. J. D. EADS, Mccarty, Pres. sister, Mrs. T. J. Price. Mr. and J. S. RICE, V. Pres. G. L PENNY, V. Pres. .Mrs. Siiggeu, ol Lexington nro with S. ALBERT PHILLIPS, M. B. SALIN, Cashier. Miss Agnes Miles. Mrs. Jones aud ilnughters nnd Misa Mnry Grimes, of Stnnford, weie recent guests of Mrs Mattie Duncan. Mrs. II. II. Hnll. of Winchester is nt the bedsido of her httlo niece, who is very ill. Miss Willie Pence, of Louisville, is with Admittedly one of the VERY BEST Schools in the State. Garrard relatives, MUs Annio Pow FIVE SCHOOLS IN 0NE.-HI- GH SCHOOL. NORMAL L3H00L ell hns been in Danville visiting Miss GRADED SCHOOL. SCHOOL OF MUSIC, COMMERCIAL SCHOOL Ella May Locnn. Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Hnsclden and children nnd C. LoHrfiH, Ky. Miss Alberta Henderson have been recent sojourners in Louisville. Toli-dollt'M)llEIi-l)OLl.AHS -i-Mid-wee3. convers-ation-alist- McMlnmes W. C. Sluuiks and J. II. The only thing the Fiscal Couit Shanks went to Crab Orchard Springi, Tuesday to remain for a did nt its meeting last week was the allowing of tlic rond claims. week. Mr,, lielle V. Dunn and Nnncv Lee of Wilmore, have In en visiting hr S7tc or Onm Cnr or Iolido. if Lucas cooir. U Ciicvet sister, Mrs. Campbell nt Hiictuuvilk'. Frank ctJ tl.r firm clmiikn otlh thit Ah Co. fvnlor r. ilnlnc They Went to Crab Orchard the firt ttrtntr In the Otr of J. , llicitr Counijr nd siata n aforrwkt. that MWt firm will twr th Rum of of the week to visit her son, .Air. (iK for rarh ind nrrr ttM ol Catarrh that cannot be tuml bf the ise ol Will Duiiii nnd wile. Catarrh clre. Mr. and Mrs. William Mneun Moi-ri- ", Hall's rRAN't: 3. cun.vnv. my prtsence. fore me and Sirnrn tn dl Muskogee, Ul.ln., .m; receiv- Uirf tin Qyb tl iHlnii, lutwribed In a. ibm. A. W. OLn.lO.S. ing congratulations upon the arrival Notart limic of a handsome young son, who was li'Jlif llli' Catarrh blood tin lniriMllr burn at Crab Orchaid while Mis. directly upon the fMre Isand murous lurlaera ndct arts the Morns has been visiting her sister, RTttrrr. Srnd tor teetlmontal. trre. 4 CO, Toledo. O r. J. Cllh.Nl;V Mrs. J. J'. Holdnm. The voung man Sold bj all Dresrlsti. :sr. Jilt Hall Famur 1111 for roullcatlon. has been named James Hulduin .Morris. For Sale Privately. Farm of 1G5 S. IL Unughman, Mr. nnd Mrs. J. II. llaughinnii, Mr. and Mis. John S. acres, in high state of cultivation, liaughmnn nnd family, Mr. nnd Mrs. and well located. Address Lock I3ox Stanford, Kv. W. II. Wcaren und family. Mr. and Mrs. W. U. McKinney and family, J. C. Kubnnks, joined the rank of and Mr. nnd Mrs. S. M. Snulley and the nutomobilwts lnt week purlamily autoed to Keren Sunday und chasing n 1913 model Overland car, spent the day uith Dr. nnd Mr. W. with all the latest improvements. X. Crni':. Miss Salhe Mi1K Craig and MaMcr Snm C raig returned k service nt the Presbywith them for a visit hero. terian church on Wednesday evening at 7:.'t0 o'clock. Subject; what Short Local News. Missionary Work can We Do in Lincoln County T The members and atInsure with the leadinq com- tendants of the church nre urged to panies. Fish & Bromlev represent be present and take part in this dis- '"tlsMnri, them. All lines. Hot Weather over but Jwe will continue to sell all Oxfords, Clothing, Odd Pants, Hats and Ladies' 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. is Our bill sale at Last h" hi t Sam Robinson Stanford, Kentucky J This bank stands back of i Oxfords, the rarmer Straw Hats and Summer Weight Clothing at Cost ClJMINS Home of H.S. & ... STATE BANK & TRUST CO., a ' i. l jfcREARER M. All Wool Clothe. V"t j r - Sue Bennett Memorial School LEWIS, PriHiipal, Stanford, Kentucky J. a: ift r U mt--- L. '. A l THE INTERIOR JOURNAL STANFORD. KENTUCKY. TUESDAY. AUGUST 13. 1912. 1H1 O lyiO $985, F. robe rail, foot rack, tire irons on rear, 30 H. P., HO inch wheel base; 32 x "Y17CDT - A MH Tires; Mohair top, cover, windshield, 3J J. D. Warner Cut $50.00 KJ V HilX.JL-illI- all lamps, tools, etc. $25 Prestolite tank and self starter, Nickel Finish, Non-Ri- m speed-mete- r, I WILL HAVE NEXT pumps, WEEK vou will give me your order now, I will try to get you one within the next thirty days. I candidly think this is the greatest value ever offered in an Automobile. I also have a $2,000 I913 Jack Rabbit. coJj"J' B. Toledo, Jf 0. 0. C. P. Cecil, Jr., Tina 'GUY" Danville, Kentucky, up n nice profit on the trade. Ho contracted to delner 70 exporteis to the shippers, which will weigh about 1.300 lrotinds at time of de livery. Jas. W. Williams will fur nish hnuwitli 35 which will be added tu the Foster herd. who is devoting B. 0. Goer, much attention to his Southdown Hocks, sold it couple of nice bucks this week to breeders who lire seeking some of the old Sam MeKinnev stiaiii to build up their tloeks. He got $12.50 for one buck from Jack to (Ins I'.eazlc) and sold another Geiszl, of the East End, for $15. the popular toW. P. Kmcniil, bacco buyer, who is one of the cleverest judges of horse llesh in this part of the stale, ns a sido line, sold a nice mare M outlaw to of the firm of Fox & Ingiiim, for $150. She was a and a splendid prostiect, and, of course, Mr. Kincaid had her in first class shape. The pencil and apple crop in Lincoln county has been unusually successful this year. Stinie splendid peaches hae been brought to town by Mr. P.. F. Lewis, who has made n great reputation for the quality of the fruit that lie raises on his farm in the Highland ection. He always lifls a demand for everything he can raise. Apples aro alo very plentiful, especially in the Highland in some places being allowed to rot on the ground for the hogs to consume. J. F. Cook, of Lexington, was here on Monday, court day, .looking for some high class stuff for his business at Lciington. He is shipping tin immense amount of stuff fiom his farms near Lexington. Last week he s,.nt to Havana, Cuba, for a car various parties on the load, which coittaiueil l.i team of haines hore-- , two driving horses, three saddlers a jack and thirty deer hounds. Since his big shipment of high class Kentucky horse flesh to the president of Culm .ever-n- ! mouths ago, Mr. Cook has built up a ety satisfactory trade with the big island planters and officials. it. M Arnold, the hustling buggy man, of Danville, was here Monday meeting his many fiicnds nud selling his popular hussies. He has d. M tt Mavoa-- 1 thai an hMs la ax U ran, wllb MlUfUctMlltowx. araTnrrauiabartpul pwhe.lal.T.r.aw. and lha aaalmt maniac I tatnkwlMioulaar wagons I ever MiUot ttiey ar. Iu. tnt watroaa U tue worn. Your. Uulr. Jo.l.lult tin ttfthtvm,. "(... yourCleA. u. ta "OLD niOC. Read What Mr. Eargle Says J of the 'OLD and then com In and let us show 70U the superlorquelltlrs tta'se wagons HICKORY". You will flndjuites Mr. Ksrete did that more durable, because they re made from tetter re slruuirer nd material end ere better Ironed than other weRonj end that' wnjrjJiej glTO luesi compievo veusievuva. wots m bu,i .cv ftW3 mimvxiTSST'. .r 'JI BM nJI 3V ut E. T. PENCE Stanford. Ky. 32 L302 MORE THAN YEARS IS MCTtJSK U mde from an exact photograph of the OLD HICKORY" wagon and while It Is a truthful Illustration In Terr way. It Isn't possible to show up all the poln ts of superiority of these wagons by any cut, however good. You must see the "OLD HICKORY" to really appreciate Its splendid qualities. Boat toll to stop la and Inspect II the next time yon are In town. of hnndreds of thousands of wagoa urtrs; Md toe highest laurels wagon can win are back of "OLD HICKORY". The only way such a splen Tery did record eonld possibly be made 1 just the way It hat been made for the "OLD BICKOKY" by putting the Ironing Into every Yr bet quality of wood atockhandsomely part. durably. them and perfectly and painting them You make no mistake in selecting the "OLD HICKORY" wagon Of Satisfactory service ; the itmp of .peroral Mile Mly ky the Farm and Stock Notes Posted Clias. Setnonls. .William KENTUCKY WAGON MFC. CO., laeewiwraecel. LeatevtlU, Ky. Ycailiiijj Shropshire bucks for p sale. W. C. White. Pnrksville. For Sale.r 10,000 tobacco sticks J. A. Given. McKinney, Ky. 64-t- f. For Sale. 100,000 shingles at per 1,000, close to Otteiihcim. Apply to Joe Wielnrul, K. t I). .No. , G4-4- J. Heck. purL-lmse- m i 'Ws: in harness, saddles ,fine driving and ridinj; bits, whips, spurs etu. J. C. McClury, Stanford. For Sale. Old corn, A No. 1 carriage and general work horse. Also n No. 1 buggy lior.se. A. W. Car G3-- tf penter, Morelaud, Ky. Over in Boyle J. C. Johnson shipped a car load of hogs to Cincinnati Thev averaged about last week. 180 pounds and were purchased cents. from Col. I.. M. Dunn at 7 There were H'.l in the bunch. Col. S. T. Harris, the popular Stanford citizen, got his share of blue libboiiH at the Danville fair this week in the mule ling. He took the grand prize over nine entries and landed both blue and red. Mr. Harris is not only one of the cleverest gentlemen in Central eutucky, but one of the best mule men in the land. Danville Advocate. O. T. Frye, Sr., the well known hog raiser of Hule. sold last week to Dr. M. V. Powers, of Powers, a nice boar pig two mouths old, for $25. He hud just leturued from Georgetown, where he had exhibited some of his best hog, tukiug four blue and two red strings. He will take his stock to Lexington and later to the State Fair at Louisville. ('. It. Martin the popular Danville butcher bought last week fi out Robert Burke, also of Boyle, four calve weighing 140 to KiO pounds each at five cents per pound. He bought nix head of steers and heifers weighing 800 to 1,000 pounds of vaiious parties ut from four to five cents per pound, and four hogs from ( has Kvciett at 0 -t cents per pound. 1- -2 fairf If not, 1 can supply your wants 04-- 1 p. Ky. ami pis. Two bows Mrs. Annie. Hncklu.v, Stanford, K-For Sale. A saw rake, Iinssell make; medium size. Gins. Ensslin, p Ottenheim, Kv. Sheriff H. G. Fox. of Danville, was in IiurrodpiburK cimit day and 03 head of jcarliiiK mules Are you ready for the K. of P. Waynesburj?, For Sale. 2. (!4-2- HERE'STHEHOG Stray sow came to my place. Several buyers weie after the Owner can get same b paying for crack walking mare of Cnpt. T. B. keep and this ad. Jas. Messcr 03-Kobiuson, uf Gariard here Monday, For Sale. Aberdeen Angus cattle but none was quite willing to reach both sexes from colts to four year the . figure of $300 he puts on her. :.i v.v. old- -. Thoioughbred Duioc .boars Tt.T ........ .3 J11' Hir.. inrtz flill. LUIS IIUI.C .lltv. B. II. Crow, 'She is royally bred, being by Bex reiidv for sen ice. Peawne and out ot bmcr King, Shelby City, Ky., phone 8 i, 04-mare. Cnpt Bobinson calls her Junction City Exchange. and she has a world of action sold a Tim W. Hutchi-o- n, work mule to Will Shanks and goes like a house afire. Granville Lutes, the local cattle last week, receiving $125 for the hjbrid. buyer, who buys with his paitner, It. Carroll Shanks sold a bunch of M. Shaipe, of Yosemite, extensively 40 ewes to B. D. Holtzclaw last week in Casey county, buught six steers leceiting H a head urotmd for them and seven lambs from J. Wut Brown Mr. Shanks also delivered a couple of that county, last week. He gnve uf tun, uud their calves to him for fitim 3 to 5 cents for the cattle and $J a head for the sheep. Mr. Lutes $40 a pair. X. Senator It. L. Hubble is getting u bought four young bulls from J. at small bunch of cuttle together to Cash, of the Turnersille section, 30 pound. He also got feed this fall. He bought eight of 4 cents a Broyles sheep fiom It. L. Murphy, below them last week from Brown, the at Liberty, at 4 cents a pound forewes and Latham, of Rockcastle, Iambs and $3 a head for the about 4 2 cents a pound. Jim Messer, out in the Knob Lick in the bunch. 11. C. Arnold, who is constantly in pike, delieied seven shouts, to It. D. Holtzclaw last week, tor which the market lor good maiket cattle he got 7 cents a pound. He also nml Hvh stock. lioiiL'lit a cow from sold Mr. Holtzclaw a couple of Major Reynolds last week for which calves nt $10 a piece. This buyer he paid $35. He paid W. M. Stout, also bought 10 or 15 heiferp ftom of the Crab Orchard pike, $35.50 for a couple of young steers, from lleni.v Biown, at the market. T. W. Jones & Co., shipped a loild Josh Swope, fie miles out on Dix of sheep and lambs to Louisville river, lie got u couple of cows iji'.d fiom heie last week, most of which three calves, giving $S0 for the Bruce Mr. Arnold they had purchased from Granville bunch; froin-.Do- b Lutes ut from 3 to 5 cents. Thev biught it bunch of hogs which we .'lsent a load of cattle and hogs to ied up ut about 140 pounds each, Cincinnati, bought from various at G cents a pound. parties, the hogs ut 7 cents and the Picsident James II. Woods, of the cattle at fiom 3 to 4 2 cents. big Knights of Pj thins fair, to be who held here next week, is going alter S. G. Brown, of Eubanks, the the Mule Colt Futuiity, for which was heie court day, leported sale of 1 10 head of sheep to II. C. the association has hung up an atBrown, the Mercer buyer, at $3.75 tractive premium. Mr. Woods has a old mate mule colt u head. Mr. Brown sold 15 head of which is said by many to be the fincattle, which he had bought of parties, at from 4 to 0 cents. est thing in the mule youngster lino T. V. Jones and Co., had de- seen in these pints iii'muiiy a duy. livered to themi bunch of 15G sheep Sll.. w lust ll l ! uroliths old but Is from Jtussell county eaily in the ulready four feet three inches in week, which they sent at once to the liciL'lit anil us shanelv us a model. Bourbon stock urd at Louisville. W After stalling her at the local fair, T. Selby, who buv extensively in tliu Mr. Woods plans to take her to u lower counties, drove the flock thro' number of the Central Kentucky and was paid $4.80 a head foj: them. lairs, which aie haugmg up good The Hankiu brothers near Hub- money in the mule cult stakes. She ble, ate piepaiing to feed a large i sired by his gieat jack, Russell. Jtitili'V Iloltzcluw is ns shiewd a number of mules for the fall market. They luno commenced buving cattle hu.Ncr as will be found in this alieady and au generally lather part of the state, and knows how to lieiiv Im.U'is fiom now He boimht 35 nice on. Leo buv 'cm rieht. Kuukiu Imuuht from S. G. Brown, eporler lrom John B. Foster lust of the Kuli. inks section, in the south week, uud turned mound and sold cud of the county, u nicu pair of them to Friuiur, of the Jewell film, six Near old mules one horse and of Lexington, to go in 00 days, and one male, I'm' $4(10. He also got ti t.i be corn fed until delhery. Just pair of horse mules from what he bought them at and the Davy Jones, of Garraid, which cost figuie he reali.eJ for them were not him $240.. told by Mr. Holtzclaw, but he clean 3. iit j... 0. An-tom- four-year-o- ld 1-- built up a splendid Limsiln county trade and admits that he owes much of it to his extfusne advertising iu Uf course. llu Interior Journal. also, he has the goods to back up his ads, without which no iidver-tisiu- g is worth a cent. Mr. 0. W. Koger returned from Whitley county, Saturday with a car-loa- d of nice steers, which hu purchased from diffcieot putties at I uud 4 2 iculs. James Uogers, of tho East End, bought a six eur old marc mule oil Month from M. Pike, n well known (lot man. back uf Ottenheim. lie paid $150 for her and then turned ni mind anil etcmied tin $10 nrollt bv getting $100 for her from Centers of Garrard. Center Bros., of Garraid, shipped a carload of cattle from Point Lea-e- ll to Ciuciuati lust week, having d buuht ten head of steers from Virgil Gastiueau, also of Garraid, at 5 cents, nud a bunch fiom T. It. Sluwu at the same ligtiic W. h. Carrier, of Garraid, buught d beeves lrom nine head of DiiMiUon and Doty, of Lancaster, at 4 4 cents, a cow mid a calf from J. I. Hamilton for $10 and u heifer fiom Jituics Suttou for ?J0. I A .our, tint Iiucuster buyer. continues active iu the hog market, baring sent to the cities two from Lancaster last week. He got them from the following: from Sweeny Morgan 200 at ?b a hundred; from Mr. Rice 40 d porkers ut $7.'JU; head of fiom Hob B.uker 22 .it $7.35; from Alex Dean 17 shoals at $0; from Jesse Sand pigs at $7.25; ders 22 d from Julge A. D. Fold 15 hogs ut s7)0 nml friuii Bob Thompson eight 105 pounders ut $0.50. T. C. Kuukiu, of the Hubble section, bus bought a number of mules lately to add to his feeders for the southern market. He got a pair fiom Mr. Dimii, ut liichmond court ones for $235; a pair of 0- - ear-ol- d from Sam Prnther for $310 four 5- car-ol- d hybrids from Thomas Cres, nt from $125 to $175 a head; three mules fiom W. II. Brown for $100 and a pair from A. W. Kavauuugh, for $300. 700-pouu1-, cur-loads -200-pounJOO-pou140-poun200-poun- Top hogs were $S.45 ut Cincinnati Ben Bright and Monte l'ox. of Monday. Danville, were here Mondio looking For Sale. 12 head of Southdown for mules, but found the market bucks, one and two years old. mighty light on the hybrids. 05-B. 0. (lover. Now is the time to gite your or- PRIVATE SALE OF der tor lertilizer. I have Swiff, ArFINE BLUE GRASS FARM mour and Globe. Get prices. E. T. t. Pence,' As I wish to quit fanning. I will Theic were almost a thousand catofter for sale privately my highly tle at Xuunelley's Stock Yards Monday, county court duy uud trading improved farm of 200 ucres, lying thtu lit. ,r.iuil linimr, on ,, . Libetty turnpike one mile uiw vnrv . " , ,, , ., , ,, ih.uiiii ol iiiisiotmiip, Lincoln coun present 'iijiiio ric pivtc .iuiii tv Ky. The laud is very fertile, present. Buyers were here from will grow niij thing to perfection, far and near after the , offerings, that cultivated in Central Kenready mar- tucky.is Iu and the beeves found a the best neighborhood in ket nt from 4 to 0 emits according the stale. to the grade offeicd. Bujers were The place has on it a mansion here after mules and horses but of ten rooms, with nil necesfound them very boarcc. There was house outbuildings, conveifiently good trade in sheep and lambs, sary a There are two comfortable ami hogs were in demand. tenant houses. There are 3 largo cisterns, .1 wells and numerous nevFor Sale or Rent. Thero are 3 er failing srrings. A fine blue grass farm four miles stock barns, and two tobacco barus. nnd much from Stanford, Ky., in high state of The fencing is first-clas- s uf it new. Also a silo of ISO tons cultivation, ail.ipt.tule to raising , a first class scales. Two hemp nud tobacco, corn, :;"y. n,U M rapacity, humlici acres ar now in grnsi". litids of small grain ihu fnnnjfl(l0, ori.lnrii. Ten easy. has on it a nice new cottage, a large (obneco ami stuck bull! ulid .".!! T. L. CARPENTER. Hustonville. Kv 2. 05-3- i ,,,.. 11 -- Plenty of necessary outbuildings. everlasting water, is on good pike one mile from church house and ' store, mid four iniles each way fromj the railroad, and in u good neighin I borhood. The land lays in the yard and! fact joit can stand see nearly all over the farm. It' contains 111 acres. If sold wo will, givo very1 liberal terms. If not sold by August 20th, will lent for jcars' 1013-1For further information call on B. D. Carter, Stanford, Ky., or write C. L. Carter, Urcenslioro, 1. H. B. NorthcoH Daalar In Poultry, Eggs, Produce, Salt, Lime & Cement PHONE 153. X. C. GO 12 E. D. Pennington, Caunty Survayar 52.6m General Farm Surveying Phone 172, Stanford, Stanford, Ky. Ky. 1-- Second Hand Vehicles rto --: three-month- s' Newly Repaired and Painted Some Good Makes -:---:- dif-feie- ut 1 Central Kentucky Carriage Co. II Columbus, 2. Kaufman, II Murphy, 2. Arnold, 2 Paetons; 1 Surrey. 2. II Other Makes, Kind Not Known, 7. I. II II II ill j ii Will Sell at a Bargain. IB 4ooMOM)aas)Mva3a)?MMoaa)aBMiaa3aB'jasOMOw wmo9o3wmooo9wm''wm'mmfwB9wm'io'immomowmo'iQmB'WBQo-woigaiaMoajao owooQsQowoaiQaBoaioaowQQaBogoMQWQMQajajoMQBaQacaBQajQajoaoaaoMQMoMowQlow jaavoaaoaHoajajovoaBof, iJjBoeswoJA p R. M. Arnold, Danville, Ky. ;r . . P, T v r m &. . ' Lexington, Ky. Enclosed flad photo of hog thai was cured of your Beurben Hoe; Choleis Rem-4cholera with This bog was almost dead before using she medicine, aad then was entirely cured. by loss of ears. eet Stiles Ksriaftall. etc. The bog Is owned He . of Bowling Oreea. Ky. Mr. wet! be dad to five yon a teethaoaisi, aad we CM get several iiose M yea wast tbeau JKNKINS-M7BU.TT Come 9 To The Old Fashioned Country Fair at Stanford BOUUON REMEDY CO.. Under the Auspices of Diadem Lodge, No. 81, Knights of Pythias, t ' I i BowttwBfts.Jy. Atk Vwif Draff tm It PKU CO, AUGUST 21, -- For Catalogue and Particulars, write J. F. CUMMINS, Secretary. 22 and 23, 1912 A. , --CaJf ' .