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Interior journal (Stanford, Ky. : 1912): August 20, 1912 Interior journal (Stanford, Ky. : 1912) 300dpi TIFF G4 page images Shelton M. Saufley Stanford, KY 1912 int1912082001_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 20, 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. Bsmmmnm lllBI .VM1 - f ft CIRCULATION-OV- ER 4.3W COUNTRY NEWSPAPER IN THE STATE OF KENTUCKY, inc. LAnutai ur nni J NO. 07. The Interior Journal. STANFORD, LINCOLN COUNTY, KENTUCKY. TCKSDAY, AUGUST 20, 1012. I I Paper will stop when time Is up. Watch the date on your label and Rtntw Promptly. FOUNDED 1800. G3d YKAIL TUESDAYS AND FRIDAYS. BR0DHEAD FAIR A EVERYTHING READY FOR GREAT K. P. FAIR. Coed Weather Promised For Rest of Week and Blq Crowds Are Premium List of the Knights of Pythias Fair This Week. 21. FIRST DAY-A.- UG. $15 to 1st; $10 to 2d. 10 Combined Class to 05 Best pony rig .f Kl 120 Hest mure or gelding, any 1st; $5 to 2.1. The entries in this ring will form nge $25; $15 to 1st; $10 to 2.1. Roadster Class in front of the court house, on Main 121 Hest stullion any ugo $35; street at 0:110 A. M., on Wednesday the first day of the fair, and head- $20 to 1st; $10 to 2.1; $0 to 3d. ed by the baud and officers of the SECOND DAY, AUG. 22. fair, will march to the grounds. The. awards will be made by the Jacks, Jennets and Mules vote of the spectators. 122 Hest jack, liny ago (age The entries of this ling must bo drivi-by boy or girl under 12 years, considered) $1G; $10 to 1st; $5 to of age, and may be driven single or 2.1. 123 Hest jennet any age. (nge double. siilvrcd elude, harness 1'otiy or ponies, $15; $10 to 1st; $5 to and occiipniils will be considered ill 2.1. 12.1 2 Hest mule colt (cither ii winding the premiums. ! sex) by Clittou 1(. Kussi-l- l .10 to Cattle Jersey Cattle. IMS Best Jersey cow, 2 years old j 1st; season to 2.1; $5 to 3d. 121 Hest mnro mule 2 yeurs old and oer $10; $7 to 1st :i to 2il. 07 ltest Jency heifer, under 2 and under 3 $15; $10 to 1st; $5 to 2d. years old $10; $7 to 1st; 3 to 2d. OS 125 Hest horse mule, 2 years old Best Jersey bull, liny age, luge considered) if IV, $7 to 1st; $3 and under 3 $15; $10 to 1st; $3 to to 2d, 2.1. 00 Best held of Jersey, con120 Hest nmie iniiln 3 ears old sisting of 1 bull nnd 3 or more cows and over $15; $10 to lst;f5 to 2.1. $15; 10 to 1st; $5 to lid. 127 Hest horse mule 3 years old Beef Cattle. and oer $15; $10 to 1st; $5 to 2.1. 100 llest male, any age tflll; ? 12S Hest mule, any nge $20; $lo to 1st; $3 to 'Jd. to 1st; $5 to 2.1. 101 ltest female, any ago $10; mules any age, 120 Hest pair $7 to 1st; :i to 'Jd. legaidlc.ss of sex or color $20; $15 Mule Class to 1st: $0 to 2.1. To be shown to 102 llest mare mule colt under 1 farm wagon, with heavy harness. year $15; $10 to 1st; $5 at 2d. Mule Colt (Futurity.) lOil llest horso 11111I0 colt under 130 The money received from 1 year $15; $10 to 1st; $5 to 2d. entries in this stake will be divided l(i:i ltest looking lady on as follows, 50 per cent to 1st; 25 grounds nt .'I o'clock P. M. $10. Hest innre mule 1 year and lcr cent to 2.1; 15 per cent to 3id., lot 10 per cent to 4th. under 2 $15; $10 to 1st; $5 to 2d. Hest coif, either sex, by 130 2 105 Hest horse mule 1 venr old, and under 2 $15; 10 to 1st; $5 to 2d. Carrol! lVcston $50; $25 to 1st; 100 Hest mure nnd mule c.dt, season to Carroll Preston 2.1. Draft Horses (Volt at side) $15; $10 to 1st; $5 to 131 Hest stallion, any age $15; 2.1. .fill to 1st; $' t 2d. Saddle Horses 132 Hc.st mare or gelding, nny 1 107 Het horse colt under age $15 $10 to Ut; $5 to 2.1. year old $15; $10 to 1st; $5 to 2d. Horses Harness Class 108 Hest filly colt under 1 venr 133 Hest gelding 4 jenrs old and old $15; $10 to 1st; $5 to 2d. 2.1. 100 Hest mare or gelding 1 year over $20; $15 to Ut; $5 to 131 Hest filly colt under 1 year old and under 2 $15; $10 to 1st; $5 old $15; $10 to isf. $5 to 2.1. to 2d. 135 Hest horse colt under 1 110 Het mare or gelding 2 year old $15; $10 to 1st; $5 to 2d. .'I $15; $10 to 1st; years and under 130 Hest mare or gelding 1 jear $5 to 2d. to 1st: $5 1 Hest mare or gelding 3 years old and under 2 $15; $10 to 2d. and under $15; $10 to 1st; $5 to 2 137 l'e.st mare or gelding 2d. years old and under 3 $15; $10 to Phaeton Ponies Ut; 5 to 2.1. 112 Hest phaeton mare or geld1 year old and 13- S- Itet ing nny age 11 hands and under under 2 $15; $10 to 1st; $5 to 2.1. $15; $10 to 1st; $5 to 2d. Panies Special Class 130 Hest mare and colt, (marc ll.'l He.st fancy turnout, single 48 inches and under, $10; $7 to 1st; horse, decorations not considered, $3 to 2.1. stallions baned $15; $10 to 1st $5 140 Hest stallion, mare or geldto 2d. ing, 52 inches and under (show Walking Class. $10: $7 to 1st: $3 to 2d. 14! Hest pony driven by boy or 11 1 Hest walking ninro or geldini; any age, (soundness not consider- gill; $7 to Ut; $3 to 2.1. ed.) $15; $10 to 1st; $5 to 2d. Saddle Class Harness Class. 142 Hest stullion 3 years old 115 Hest pair of inaie.s or geld- and under 4 $15; $10, to 1st; $5 to ings, (any age) $15; $10 to 1st; $5 2d. 13 Hest stallion, 4 years old to 2d. 110 ltest stallion .'I years old and over; $20; $15 to Ut : 5 to 2d. High Acting Harness Class. and under I $15; $10 to 1st; $5 to 114 Hest mare or gelding, nny 2.1. 117 Hest nmio or gelding 3 age $20; $15 to Ut; $5 to 2d. Roadster Class your-- old nnd under 1 $15; $10 to 145 Het mare or gelding 3 yenrs Ut; $." to 2.1. old nnd under 4 $20; $15 to 1st; $5 Sweepstake Harness Class 118 Hest stallion, mine or geld- to 2d. Harness Class ing; $40; $25 to Ut; $10 to 2.1; $5 140 Hest rockawey maro or to 3d. 110 Hest pair any age, regard- gelding $15 $10 to Ut;'$5 to 2.1. Sweepstake Saddle Class less of sex, color or ownership $25; I 1-. 1- -2 1 1 1 -2 1 , TREMENDOUS SUCCESS Expected Dally. Everything is in ren.linoss for tlie opening of tin' groat Knights of fair at Stnnfoid Wednesday morning. The showers of Monday and Tuesday have horn sufficient to lay the dust at the fair ground, and with good weather promixf! for tho rest of Urn week, ii delightful old timu country fair is anticipated. Some-othe highest class stock jti (In mi! of llii- - ulnto "ill lt hele for exhibition. Exhibitors bos'nn to urritc as early ih Siitnrduv. Alack Hughes not ill that day fiom Dun-ull- n with four head. Waller Driggs, Shelby ullo, came in Sunday with of five nice ones, including Its great need station Autocrat, and Neviu stnU Carter's crack lion, Kentucky (leutlemim. I ! Itogurs etimo in Monduv night from t in earDanville, unil Edgar Dot'' Dick ly Monday from Richmond. Scudder will huvu u number of his Iiltiu ribbon winners here, Carroll Iluiley will be here from Crab Orchard with some of his beauties and Waller Walker will have some on hand that will be hard to beat. The Indie are taking great interest in the floral hall display and ome splendid work will bo on exhibition there. The premium of $10 for tlui best lookug ladv on the ground ut 3 o'clock' Wednesday is attracting much interest nnd n bevy of beauties will undoubtedly be on hand to give the judges much trouble. The Pollard Amusement Company with a full line of attractions came in Monday morning and is ready for the fun to stnrt. The fair open, with Hie parade of the ponies in town at bnlf past nine o'clock Wednesday morning. The full premium list is given o nthi page. Py-lliithreo-onr-old saddle stallion, maro must be prepaid. (wafer colors.) Amnfciirs only $1 to Ut; $25 to or gelding .s75, Poultry Department. (water colors.) Amateurs no1y$l 2d; $10 to 3d. Plymouth Hocks 103 Burred 35 Best specimen crayon work Mule Race. best lien $1. (amateurs only) $1. J 110 J48 To run 5 times nroiiii.l ring, Plymouth Hocks-b- est 30 Best hand painting, (oil) uma- White pen $1. best 2 in 3 heats $10; 7 to 1st; $3 teurs only $1. 170 Huff Plymouth Hocks Hest 37 Best 2 to 2d. dozen hand painted pen $1. china plates (nniiitciits only) $1. THIRD DAY, AUGUST 23. 17- 1- While Wyan.lottes Be t 38 Best hand painted cups and pen- - $1. saucers 2 dozen (nmnteurs only 172 Huff Wyuudottes Hest pen Horses Harness Class $1. 110 Hest stallion 2 yeaw old $1. 30 Best hand painted sugar bowl 173 Silver Wyandottes Best ami under 3 $15; $10 to 1st; $5 to und creum pitcher, (amateurs 117-H- est Lincoln County Exhibitors Do Well On Last Day Full List Of Friday's Awards Aug. 19. The? Brodhcnd, Ky Ii'ockeastle County Fair Association's 17th nmtunl exhibition camo to 11 closci hero Friday afternoon, lifter one of the most successful meetings in its history. Tho fuir olllciuls tiro well satisfied with the results nnd plans will bo immediately put on foot for a still better fuir next year. The third week of August has nltcady been reserved for the .lutes. Among tho nianv free attractions this ycur were the "Ouidless Wonders', tho Itomuti Chariot races and uu abundance of good music fur nished by the Iced Men's band, of Wilton, Ky. The daily parades of the Wild West show, and Hoagland Bros., Hippodrome equestrians, preceded by a crack colore-- band kept things livelv. Just after diuner on n the second day some uu. tomobiles put on the race weio track, the drivers of each machine then began n sham race, circling the track quite a number of 'times. The auto driven by L. L. Saitders. the Crab Orchard merchant, came xut winner. Plenty of iced water and an ulmuduiico of good shade made the fair visitors comfortable and all will be eager to attend next -- ear. The following prominent horsemen were present and competitors in stallion ring: P. E. Parrish, ot Lincoln with Rex Moki; Carroll Bailey, of Crab Orchard, with Preston, Jr., E. C. Lane, Kingston. Madison county, with Whit Lewis, and Ur. Ueo. U. Lawrence, of Mt. Vernon with Togo. Among the other exhibitors of fancy stock were: Willie Rogers, W. II. Helton. E. B. Lane, O. B. Lawbon. W. L. Slown, J. T. Rigaby, P. B. Thompson. Oscar Bliss, J. H. Thompson, Jack Hysinger, C. C. Davis, and S. T. Curtis. Last Day's Awards Best suckling colt, nnv sex under 0 months old J. C. Bailey 1st; Phil B. Thompson 2d. Best harness muro or frclding, one and under two Oscar Bliss 1st; Willie Rogers 2d. Best combined mare or -- elding over two and under three W. L. Sloan lat; J. T. Rigsby 2d. Best muro and family of three or more colts J. II. Thompson 1st; Juck Hysinger 2d. Best combined hnrness and saddle stallion. Consideration, judged by form, style, action, endurance, uge nnd for ordinary gen. use J. C. Uailev 1st; P. E. Parrish 2d. Hest combined harness and saddle maro or gelding W. L. Sloaa 1st; J. T. Rigsby 2d. Best saddle stullion any age E. C. Lane 1st; J. C. Bailey 2d. Best harness stallion J. C. Bailey 1st; P. E. Purrish 2d. Fanciest turnout lady and in single or double ri". Oenerul aenrunce of rig and occupants. J, D. Bailey and Miss Lissu Holtzclaw 1st; Wm. Chancellor and Miss Fannie Colyer J half-tluzen: 1-- 2d. pen rl. EES BREAK UP SCHOOL Swarm at White's School Causes a Recess. . House Two 10 Air.-Pre.teliersvillc. at Whiten nest,, of bumble bee-- . fcluwl Ii'"""'. '",,m verv n,'"r ,.1' taught by inc up the school beiu;: Martin. The nests were Mr. Llovd mid between the weuher-loar.lin- i: of he the ceiling and tb" romping causing -, children ciiruged the Into pour out into the who"! them room. The pupils uoirnn i. ir. '" this "hoo" the bees out, but pupils provwere ed ot no avail. Several stum:, the little daughter of 1. t.y Durham beintr quite Im.lly stung inside tier ii bee which had crawled sleeve. School was dismissed until the larger boys could kill out the fininsects. Thi.s task was ished late in the afternoon and reconvened, as usual next, l morning. isite.l .1. II. Rigsby and family John Davis and siters. Moer. of Paint Miss Frances Lick suction. i visifjing Mr. and Mrs. Levi Dell. Mr. and Mrs. Orov-i- r of l'oint I.rnvcll. is Uiistineiiii visiting Thomas Nuylor and wife. nd sister Master llnrvev Ciess Miss (loldie, of Cincinmiti. lire Master doe Cress. ui vis-iti- Saddle Class 150 He.t stullion i year old and under 2 $15; ?10 to 1st; $5 to 2d. Special Class 151 Hest male and co't, (colt at side, ether sex legiirdlesn of bleeding if 15; $10 to 1st; $5 to 2.1. Saddle Class 152 Best stallion, 2 years old und under 3 $15; $10 to 1st; $5 to 2d. 153 Hest mare 4 years old and oNer $20; $15 to 1st; $otu 2d. New York Saddle Class und canter 151 Hest walk-trmare or gelding, any age $13; $10 to 1st; $5 to 2.1. Roadster Class 155 Host mare or gelding, any age, $20; $13 to 1st; $5 to 2.1. Ponies. 150 Hest pony, ridden by boy or girl, not to be over 12 yeuw of ago $10; $7 to 1st; $3 to 2d. 157 Hest funcy turnout, pony to be under 51 inches, decorations, considered driven by boy or girl $10; $7 to 1st; 3to 2d. Three Gaited Combined Class 138 Hest mure or gelding any age $13; $10 to 1st; $5 to 2.1. Harness Class 130 Hest mare 4 years old nnd over $20; $15 to lstj $5 to 2d. Colt Stake (Futurity.) 100 The money received for entries in thin stake, will bo divided us follows: 50 per cent to 1st; 25 per cent to 2.1; 15 per cent to 3d; 10 per cent to 4th. Saddle Class 101 Hest gelding 4 years and over $15; $10 to 1st: $5 to 2.1. Special Class 102 Hest fancy turnout, no decorations, (stullious baired) $15; $10 to 1st; $5 to 2d. ot a1nd bowl, pen $1. 175 Hambtirgs Best pen $1. 41 Best hand painted pitcher, 170 Light Hrnmus Hest pen. (amateurs only) $1. 177 Black Langshaus Best pen 42 Best display of hand painted 178 $1. 170 $1. 174 Ithodo Island Kcds Best 40 only $1. Best hand painted (amateurs only) $1. Buff Oipiiigtoiis White Blown Best pen Best pen Best pen Orpingtons Leghorns 180 $1. 181 132 $1. 183 183 White Leghorn Best pen $1 Bluck Miiioicus Best pen Pit tioned 185 180 $1. Model Ring. 103 Hest stallion, maro or gelding $15; $10 to Ut; $5 to 2d. Harness Class. 101 Hest pair, any age regardless nt' sex or ownership $20; $15 to 1st; $5 to 2.1. Combined Class 105 Hest stallion, any nge $20; $15 to Ut; $5 to 2.1. Sweepstake Roadster Class 100 Hcs; stallion, marc or gelding, any age $75; $10 to 1st: $25 t 2.1; $10 to 3d. 107 Worst turnout $10; $7 to Ut; $3 to 2.1. POULTRY DEPARTMENT JTKInney School Starts Off Well I'rof. Iloiace Caldwell, who has piit been elected principal of the wiih lraded School at McKinney, here Saturday for a slant tune. He lias 90 pupils ciir.illed in this now cr.ided school, and wjth Miss Mada Rules. The rules for judging will be the same us those in the American Stau.lai.l or Perfection. 2 All exhibits must be on tho ground by 3 o'clock P. M., Tuesday, August 20th. 3 No birds entered in this show-wil- l be allowed to be iemove.1 from the grounds until cloo of the fair. 4 Exhibits will be guarded day nnd night, by competent watchmen. 5 Exhibitors must furnish their own coops. Birds sent by express 1 $1. Best loaf salt rising light bread $1. 52 Best home made cheese $1. Guineas 53 Best pound butter $1. ' Class E. Preserves 187 Best pair $1. A pen is to consist of one cock, 51 Best jar grape jelly $1. nnd three or more hens. 55 Best jar plum jelly $1 50 Best jar crabapples jelly $1. Floral Hall Premiums 57 Best jar apple jelly $1. 1 Beit fancy couch pillow $1. .)8 Best jar peach preserves $1. 2 Best specimen Irish crochet $1. 50 Best jar struwberrv preserves 3 Best crochet table linen $1. $1. 4 Best luce handkerchief $1. 00 Best jar cherry preserves' $1. 5 Best embroidered handk'f $1. (il Best jar pear preserves $1 (i Best Infants' outfit: three or 02 Best jar plum pu-ri- iw $1. more piece., $1. rO.'l Best jar blackberry jam $1. 7 Best specimen crochet work $1. (4 Best, jar honey $1 8 Best shiitwuist (hand embroi- 05 Best jar sour pickles $1. dered nnd hand made) $1. 00 Best jar sweet pickles 0 Best centerpiece (any kind) $1. 07 Best display of jelly nnd pre10 Best embroidered towel $1. serves (by any one person) $2. 11 Best towel, crochet edge $1. Class F Garden Products 12 Best specimen tatting $1. OS Best sweet potntoes (1-- 2 bush13 Best pair scnlloped pillow slips el) $1. (with initial or monogram) $1. 00 Best Irish potatoes (1-- 2 bush-el- ) 11 Hest fancy bag $1. $1. 15 Best silk quilt $1. 70 Best tomatoes (1 dozen) $1. 10 Best knitted counterpane $1. 71 Best cabbage (Shea.ls) $1. 17 Best crochet counterpane $1. 72 Best onions (1 dozen) $1. IS Best crochet and embroidered 73 Best beet. (1-- 2 dozen) $1. counterpane $1. 71 Best cucumbers (1-- 2 dozen) $1 embroidered lunch cloth $1. Class G Farm Products 20 He-- t braided centerpiece 75 Best peek peache $1. 21 Best funcy apron any kind $1. 70 Best peck pears $1. 22 Host corset cover. 77 Hest peck apple?, (any kind) $1 23 Beet set crochet table mats $1. 73 Best plnte grapes, (any kind) 24 Hit set embroidered napkins. $1. . 25 Best Fiench embioi.Iered night 7f,i Het plate plums, (nnv kind) $1 dress .!. 80 Best 'white (doz ears) $1. Children's Department 81 Best yellow' corn (1 dozen ears) 20 Best dressed doll (by child un$1. der 12 ears of age) $1. 82 Best wheat (1-- 2 bushel) $2. 27 -- Best doll out (It (3 or more 83 Best oats, (1-- 2 bushel) $1. piece, by child under 12) $1. 81 Bet tobacco, (1 stalk) grown 28 Best specimen cmbroiderv (bv 111 Lincoln county, $2. child under 12) $1. S3 Best pumpkin, (weight nnd size 20 Best couch pillow (any kind) to be considered) $1. by child under 12 $1. 80 Best watermelon, (weight) nnd 30 Hot hemstitched handkerchief size to be considered.) $1. by child under 12 $1. 87 Best cuiitaloupes, (3 or more) 31 cake, any kind, by child $1. under 12 $1. Class H Flowers 32 Best pin cushion by child under 88 Best fcword fern $1. 12 $1. 80 -- Best Boston fern $1. 33 Best specimen hand painting 00 Best geranium $1. (water colors) by child under 15 foliage plunt $1. years of age $1. 02 Best asparagus fern $1. Class C Art 03 Best potted palm. $1 34 Best specimen hand painting, 04 Best display cut roses $1. 51 Onuics Best pen $1. Breed of any kind not menBest pen $1. Ducks. Pckin Best pen $1. Indian Idiuner Best pen chinn, (any number of pieces,) umateiirs only $2.50 Class D. Family Produce. 43 -- Best white mountniu enkc. (layer) $1. 44 Best sponge cuke $1. 45 Best chocolate cake $1. 40 Bet cocoanut enke $1. 47 Best Angel food cake $1. 48 Best Devil food cako $1. 40 Best cake, (lnv- er,) L 50 Best plate beaten biscuit, (one doen.) $. st il. emln-oi.leie- cm an 2d. st Best wulk, trot or canter stallion E. C. Lane 1st; C. C. Davis 2d. Fanciest harness rig. Consideration, style action nnd graceful tnova-me- nj S. T. Curtis 1st; same 2d. Free for all mule- - nice John Ftigate 1st; C. T. Siginan, 2d. Sweepstake Roadster Rinq Best stullion mure or gelding any nge. Consideration speed, style and endurance C. C. Davis 1st; S. T. Curtis 2d. MARRIED ON liU elllcient assistant, he xpeets a very successful year. Rival Candidates at Brodhead Fair Prof. Cnlilwell comes verv highly Hon. Ben V. Smith, of Somerset, recommended lis an instructor. Ho is a graduate of Deiea (Io1lego nnd democratic nominee for Congress in wpII ipiiiliiied to give the patron of tho Eleventh distiict, and Mr. 11. H. tho Mi'Kinnoy school u splendid inSeuvy, tho "Bull Moose" nominee stitution. for tho same high office, were both "A Woman's Honor." at the Brodhead fair yesterdny 'A Woman's .Honor" is the nnino slinking hands with the "dear peo-pl- ''. llama that will ho of 11 foin-.ac- t Each wore a satisfied air anil uresente.l bv home talent at the opera house for the benefit of the inch bilked as if he wcro 11 winner. Knights of I'vlliins lodge hero most "I am confident of success," Mr. Thiirsdnv ui"ht. The'idav is interesting' one, with nbiiudant nith Smith told the I. J. man, "I believe iiinl pathos. Following aie the ncr-ho- I am 11 sine winner," snid Mr. Seu-vewho will take imit in the plav Both of tho gentlemen lire good with the characters thev will renre-en- t: Judge John N. Menefce. Jr.. handshaker and took well with the len. Maik Lester. Muck Fisher, crowd. Caleb Powers, present l'e.lro Menile?.. Wallace Singleton. in congress and the Dr. Unrein: Will Mct'aitv. (lilhert republican nominee for the office, M. IK. John Kugleiimu. HoliHall. er! (llcnn: Lester O'liuiioii. (Ircgorv was conspicuous for his absence, Hiown. Kbenezer. nn.l nobody seemed to care a diiiu Ciiim.M. Uiissell Miss Clurn t'ooier. Olive Sallie: if he wns. Dnd.leriir Ken.liick Miirv Maria: Miss Sarah Hundley. Some of those who will take unit huvo Dr. John Beck Marries In Louisville. hud experience before the footlights News wiirt received by his family .....I fir.. W.il'llll ilf II IIIIII1M IllL'llItt here last week of the inarringo nt than anuiteiirs. The show will bo Louisville of Dr. John Heck, a sou worth tho mouev und the fact that Huston-vill- e Misa Kiln Muv Sniiiulen will mini-no- of Mr. William Beck, of the pike. His bride Miss Laura it jriinraiiteeK that it wilij bo from betniiuiuir to end. Bust, a iMipular young ludv of tho rredltable Secure vour seatH todnv: the crowd Falls Cty. The bust of friends of record-breakpromwes to he Dr. Beck at his old home here will nnd vou muT have to stand uu it wish them every happiness. llutler as FAIR GROUNDS." E. T. Pence Buys Huffman Place Tho old Huffman pluce. on tho Crab Diehard pike ut the eastern edge of tho city limits of Stanford, 11 y. Mi-is- - und one of the nicest little farms close to the city, changed bauds last week, when T. W. Hutchison sold it to E. T. Pence, Sr., for :r3,323. Theio tire 13 ucies in nil in tho property that changed hands, us .Mr. Hutchison sold off 12 ucies to Dr. W. B. O'Buuuuii a short while ugo. These dozen acies lie at tho rear of the place, iiinl ml join 11 piece of proper-t- v had there. Mr. Dr. O'Huuuoii Hutchison got $1,3S5 for tho tract that went to the doctor, thun total-- I ling $0,70S for the place which ha bought about u H'iir ugo for an even In addition to the ix thousand. !$700 piittil which he he nets ho hav- vests this year crops. .Mr. Pence will take possession of the farm about the first of the year, and intends to make .it his homo in the future. He rccviitl" sold his large faun at Itowliuul to his 'J. II. Wright, who has iciited it to I A1I11111 l'.mi'i. till. ml t non-io-lu- re 11 veu 4u not bur earlv, "I was cured of diuvrhocu bv one dose of Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera nnd Diarrhoea Hemedy". writes M. E. Gebluirdt.Oriolo, Pa. There is nothing better. For sale by Penny's Drug Store. Dance Last Week. y The dance promoted bv Mr. Fish, which was iven on Wednesday night was enjoyed by all who attended. The home orchestra und is making rapid improvement, with tho uiil of Mrs. Jamio Carpenter and Mis. Hays Foster it was hard to beat. Among the dancers were Misses Smith Hundley, Mury K. Diiddcrnr and Mr. Kussell Brown Miss Muttie Hubble and .Mr. ('nil Ctuter, Miss Paulino Jones und Mr. Juiiies Cooper, Mis Maltha Jones and Mr. Snaldiug Hill, Mi. Lylo Cooper and .Mr. Howard Newlau.l MUx I.iii.v I.e.. Walton und Mr. Juck New hern, Miss Mury E. Mc Kinney and .Mr. Joe Hill. .Mis.i Until Waller, of l.oiiis.ille, and Mr. Ends, Mises Lettie and A111111 McHobcrts, und .Mr. John McKobciU. .Miss Lottie ('iiiv.iin iiinl Me. Slew lilt CarMill. Miss .Muttie l.i"ii- - and Mr. Newton, and Miss ICntli Culberson and Mr. Weutherfor.l. of HustonviHe, Misses Lettie .McKinney, Clara Cooper, Blanche ViimlcU'cr, Ella Mae Saunders, .Mrs. Bess McKiuitcv and Mrs. Yeuger. Mr. and .Mis. W. IL Hice. of s, Louisville, Messrs. McCarty. Nowlun.l, Huffman, Jones, Flagg mid Marx. Bir-ne-Hny-nold- Entertains in Honor of House Party Miss Mary Morrison Mutheny delightfully etiteituiucd in honor of her house putty on Inst Friday night Tho hotis0 party was composed of Misses Lucy Leo Walton, Jlury E. McKinney, Lvle Cooper, Josephine Carpenter, Mary K. Dudderar, Muttie Hiley, Eleanor Alleii and Marietta Milligaii, of LexiiHoi;. Delight fit rcfieshmcnts were served the guests at a suitable hour. Those urosent Miss Elizabeth lliggins, Harris Coleman, Kate Itatioy, Alfred Pence, Veriiti' Bout, Joo Hill, Holtzclaw, Wesley Holtzclaw, Sallio Mills Craig, John M. JVaters, Martha Wallace Jones, William (Irime.s Pauline Jones, Thurmond Tudor, Minion Crimes, Arthur Jones Jessie W. Lynn. Stewart Cars.ni. James Cooper, Joseph Hopper, Harry Iteinhnrt, Unbelt Carpenter, Huey, Morrison Bright, Tlios. Bright, and Willitim eager. Ho-bei- tu Wil-liiim Brodhead Fair Notes .Mr. und Mrs. It. L. AlbrHit, of Kowlund were guests of Mr. W. IL Albright during the fuir. Messrs. J. J. Smith and W. M. Hvsiuger hold u record of havim? ut tended three full days each year. since the luir association was formed in 1805. This is nu attendance of 51 days for each of these gentlemen who aro us thoroui'h in other things. Theie witc over 500 entrios in the Floral Hall. Dr. Bradford Waricu, the popular Itee Lick physiciuit was (.baking ha nils with fi tends ut the fuir Friday. II. IL Seuvy, of Corbiu, tke Bull Moose cnudidate for Congress in the Eleventh district, was ut tho fairmaking friends. Lincoln county exhibitors got their slime of the ties and will still be welcomed nny time to como again. Walter Miller and Miss Annie Tate Wedded at Brodhead Fair Subscribe for the I. J. Only $1. Mrs. S. Guusalus, 11 fanner living near Fleming, Pa., says ho bus used Chainberluiu's Colic. Cholera Diarrhoea Hemedy in his family for fourteem yenrs, and that he has found it to be an excellent remedy, nnd takes pleasure in recommending it. For sale by Penny's Drug ' Store. Shortly after noon ut the Brodhead fair yesterday Miss Annie Tate, the pretty daughter of tho lute II. Lee Tate, of Mt. Vernon, 11 nnd Walter Miller sou of that city's i IVj postmaster, were joined in wedlock's holy bonds, Judge L. W. Bethurum, who presided over tho destinies of the Roukcustlo county court, officiated. They were surrounded by a largo circle of friends, all of whom extended heartiest congratulations The two had be.ui sweethemtk since they were tots and the culmination of the lovo affair in open air on the. grounds yesterday was 11 rather novel one. When the writer extend., ed his hand of congratulation he was informed by both of the parti- was th cipauts that the happiest moment of their lives, Jfaj I. J. Ads Do The Business T'l v" vy C. L. Outer, of (Irceiisboro, N. C. they nlwuys be as happy. was here over Sundiry, negotiating with scu'Uil parties for the sale or One of the most common ailmenUjjR rout of his fine farm, the Root that hard working people are affiW-',-,-ct- l place five mijes out of tho Huston-wil- e with is lame back. Apply CkMMb pike, which ho has a.heitiscd, beiluin.s Liniment twice a day MM'"' for some lime. Mr. Curler says that iiiuskiiup me imrts iHorOHfflllr WMr us u result of his advertisement in each application, and you trill Mir tli Interior Journal, he received one quick relief. For sal by inquiry from a man in WUicunsiu. 1'iug oiore. . i tv-ei- Ywf" J- - 3f THE INTERIOR JOUMIAL, STANFOWD, KENTUCKY. TUESDAY. AUGUST 2B. 1812. Small Checking Account. of n checking account No one is denied the conveniences with Lincoln County National Bank, because his transitions nre small. It is the policy of this brink to enconrnpc the small depositor, ccanc it sees in each one the possibility of the larce account of the future. The officers of this bank arc accessible to those who call for the transaction of business, and arc glad to extend a welcome io new depositors. $100,000 . Capital .. $106,100 Surplus The BHKLTOM Interior journal. M. BAUFLK- T- .Froprlttor IT II A TEAR 8TR1CTLT IN ADVANCE r.ntrrtd at Iht pottttfti at Slanftrd o tlan mail matttr .SEPTEMBEIL 9, 10, 11, 12, 13, 14, 1912 .AT THE. e ' O DAYS s Shoes! Shoes!! Shoes!!! Prices cut in two. All our low cuts will be sold at cost as long as they last. Respectfully, Lincoln County National Bank Corner Next to Courthouse. Stanford Ky. V. I'M J109. It. MARSHALL HABVEY HELM tor tfiir Ftr VtnMi AttyZ. V rUKVEAR For Circuit Url J. F. 1IOLDAM For UagiitrattXf. M. FIELDS For Mifiitrttt M. C. NEWLAND rr for DEMOCRATIC TICKET rreridtnt WOODROW WILSON, Kentucky Daily Races State Fair LIBERAL PREMIUMS 6FFERED Free AttractionsClean L L. SANDERS, Oral) Orchard, Ky. Last Call on Low Shoes If you live until next summer you will have to have Shoes. If we have what you want now in our shelves, it will be a good investment. Midway Ihf announcement! In thll column are of candidates (or office, lutjcct to the action of thf Democratic primary. No aonouncemexiti will be made, unlets paid for In advance: Far KtfrtifniaUre. VIKOIL McUULLIN. For Shrrif REDUCED RAILROAD Farmer Bojn School Encampment it. 8. IIAUOIIMAN B. W. OIVENS J. O. WEATHERFORD far Ir.fcrmstlcn. Er.try PUsr.ke. Cstsicsur. Addrrss T. J. J1ILL DENT, SecY. For County Judgi T. A. KICE LOUISVILLE, 320 PAUL JONES DUILD1NO M. F. NORTH For JaUer TEVTO.N 1'AKKISH UEOHOE DEIIOKDH DINK FARMER We believe it will be compelled to A Kidney Remedy Advertisement WILLIAM II. HESTER Political Announcements LIBERATI'S BAND J. fc i. do I ot -A You can't THE POWER OF Name - W. A. CARSON The NETTLETON Low Shoes are $5.00, $6.00 and $6.50 the world over no less. The few pairs left you can get at $4.00. the most popuspeak for themlar of all Shoes-th- ey selves. The prices are stamped on each bottom, $3.50, $4 and $4.50 the pair. We have about 50 pairs, in all leathers, at $2.50 for the $3.50 ones; $2.75 for the $4 shoes, and $3 for the $4.50 pairs. WALK-OVER- S, Mr. Hawkins Ilishop and wife of W. T. OARNER Tankawa. Okla., and Mr. and jMr. LAFE MORGAN W. II. Ililiop, of Newton, Kn., have returned home after n pleasant The Leiinton Leader, the only visit to their father, Mr. Josiah of the West. End. Both of Taft daily in the state, admits that thc-- e eIjineo'n Imva are doing if the election were held now or with- splendidly in their adopted home, in thirtv days, Woodrow Wilson mid were given n ir.ost hcartv pret-m- c on their short visit. would Le overwhelmingly elected. J. II. 1IOONE For Attttiet V. L. BECK S. M. OWENS II. II. DRONAUflH I. O. bANDIDRE admit it along about the Ides of November also. Brnuqht Great Happiness I take plcnsuro that in THE COUNTRY FAIR. Oh, the city life has its joys no doubt. Its steam heated mansions and halls; Its business deals and its automobiles, Its theaters, suppers and halls; Its extravagant toys and its messerjger boys. Its buildings way up in the air; But where is the street that can ever compete With the country fair? Then it's hey hoi And it's won't you go And see what the country fair can howT The Plymouth Rocks and the Leghorns, too; The browsing sheep for all to view; The golden wheat, the yellow corn ; The ribbons that everywhere adorn; The ruoneter hogs with the curly tails; The Jersey eows and the brimming pails; The luscious pumpkins laid in rows; And everything that the garden grows; The mild-eye- d lwrses, patient, kind; The frolicsome colts that trot behind; The apples, plums and smelly pears; With all the fruits the orchard bears; And bowls of berries, black nnd red; And then the band, with martial tread, In silver braid and scarlet coats, Playing as if to split their throats Ahl what's on earth that can compare With the genuine country fair! have used Dr. Kilmer's S amp-Ho1 was greatly benefitted by the snico and hmu used it in my fumily. I had a son, when quite young he suffered from bladder or kidney I called in my physician, he attended lnra but did him no girod. Almost by accident I noticed an about the curative properties of Dr. Kilmer's Swamp-Roo- t. I procured a bottlu and gave it to him according to directions. It cured him of whnt we thought was almost impo.-siband the same with others of my family. I have such strong faith in Swamp-Rothat I hae never done without it in my family since the wonderful cure of my son as well as myself. I recommend it to nil who suffer from kidney or blodder troubles and I am led to believe that it is one of the best medicines for the purpose for which it is used, that has ever been discovered. This is my experience from the use of Swamp-Roo- t. Wishiug the promoters of this wonderful medicine n largo sale to the suffering public, 1 am Yours respectfully, W. II. McAFEE. Witness. College Park. Ga. K. O. Williams, Notary Public. le ot statini; that can't tell a good man by hit clothes, tell a good book by the cover, ou can't tell a good cigar by the wrapper. Neither can you tell GOOD CANDY By The Box. But you can tell good candy by the name it bears or what is back of the box. NUNNALLY'S Means to Candy just what Sterling mearuto Silver. At PENNY'S, The Rexall Store. Price Reductions We have reduced the price on all Men's, Ladies' and Children's i . Letter Dr. Kilmer i to & Co. Binqhamton, N. Y. Oxfords They are all new 1912 models. If that isn't a good investment, then don't buy them; if it is, then get you a pair quick. H. J. McROBERTS Stanford, Kentucky DEPOSIT BANK OF STANFORD, chartered March 9, 1854. wait; Its frenzied finance and its ceasless dance Round the Goddess of Gold and Ilate; s Its men and its gamblers' den, Its gleam and its glitter and glare; green-good- Oh, a city life has its bunco games, And its fortunes made while you Prove What Swamp Root Will Do For You. Send to Dr. Kilmer & Co., N. Y., for a sample bottle. It will convince nnvone. Yon will nKo recehe a booklet of valuable information, telling nil nhout the kidneys and bladder. When writing be sure to mention the Stanford In- tenor Journal. Regular fifty cent nnd size bottles for sale at all drug stores. one-doll- ar Bing-hamto- n, $120 Plenty of time to wear them get a pair for the Fair. $4 Oxfords now $3.75 Oxfords now $3.50 Oxfords now $3 Oxfords now Ladies' $3 Oxfords now Ladles' $2.50 Oxfords now Ladles' $2 Oxfords now Ladles' $150 Oxfords now Mens Mens' Mens' Mens .... .... $325 $3.00 $2.95 $2.35 $225 $2 00 $1.65 E. D. Pennington, Ceunty Surveyor 52-6- W. E. PERKINS Crab Orchard, Ky But -- hat does it know of the glorious slrow At the country fair? General Farm Surveying Phone 172, Stanford, Ky. It's successor: National Bank of Stanford, organized June 2, 1865. Recognized as ; .. First Rational Bank OCTOBER i 3, 12. 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. Then it's hey ho! And won't you go And see what the country fair can show? The plates of hisonit, crisp and brown; The finest rolls from every town; And every conceivable kind of cake The same as your mother used to make; Fruit cake, pound cake, sponge cake, tarts, Twisted and crimped nnd shaped in hearts; Jelly cake, silver cake, gold cake, too; Cakes of every kind and hue, Of every name and shape and tize, Flanked by half a thousand pies; Sauces and catchups by the score; Jams and preserves from devr to door, With ijnilts and counterpanes, stitched and sewed. And tidies and scarfs by the wagon load. While the judges with solemn, portentous face; Go strolling on from place to place. And chat nnd smile and laugh and roar At every joke then eat some more Ahl What's on earth that can compare With the genuine country fairT Oh. n city life lias H. B. Northcott Daaltr in AT COST We will continue to sell all lawns and Oxfords at Cost, strictly Poultry, Eggs, Produce, Salt, Lime & Cement PHONE 153. For Cash Goods charged will be price. at regular Stanford, Ky. its tiollcy cars, high-price- The Farmer's Friends 'v ... Its policemen clad in blue; Its electric lights and its dazzling sights; pew; Its church and its d Hughes, Martin & Co. Stanford. Ky. But there's many u night when you lie awake, And think of its trouble nnd care; And ahl if you knew what was wisest for you, You'd go buck to the country fair. Then it's hey ho! And won't you go And sec whnt tbo country fair can thowf "4ES ftzs: idllff" wvTm BsWITSMkSfcT L.Beazley &Co J. C. McClary Superiorjand Peoria Grain Drills Calfand see the new stock j W.RHiggins ataniora, ivy. k "k. a, if Li. For the horses race, and they run their best; And nobody ever wants to ret; And you eat peanuts and popcorn balls; And foiget that the market rises and falls; And you bring youi lniieh and sit in the shade; And you watch the soldiers on parade; And you pat your foot to the march of the band; And you meet jour friends, nnd shake their hand; And go way up in tlio big btlloon. Till it looks like you'll drop into heaven soon; And the sun comes down all gold and red; And the last have ull been said And the ciowd has dwindled to just a few; And life stems so happy and sweet to you Ahl there's nothing on earth that can compare Willi the genuine country fair. good-nights THERE IS REAL PAWT and also some Bluff mixed xrUh cheapening materials that is not worthy of the name. If yot have had experience with tho latter kind you don't want another. If vou haven't take our advice and don't experiment. Buy our real paints and save yourself disanndintment nnd money as well. I. A. ALLEN. 1W LBmU ISfc M tHPRsVPsTcBnU; .AiL I . J V" vfiWfmfmf UNDERTAKERS AND EM. DEAL-EBALMERS. ALSO IN FURNITURE. MAT. TINGS, RUQS. THEY WILL EXCHANGE FURNITURE FOR ALL KINDS OF STOCK. GIVE THEM A CALL. PRICE R Fall and Winter Suitings. Ut new J'U and Winter BiiudIm ira m rnvit for your Intpulioo Tlirjr cumjirm lh Ut on tho nitrkrt. I ran suit nyon ..! tn ... ki to hrlta tio hail tilt r!itli IT A uit made to your uitaiur It prt- '10 DAT irfauie 10 rrauf uiauo cioioea. tbfm nad to mraiura doesn't coil anr nor than . rradr inadt when quality and (It la coni.d-iredmtt-ur- UNDERTAKER AND M SALMI R STAMPDRn isriiTiiniv Office Phone 167. Home Phone I 3. FIRE INSURANCE taut SURETY BONDS . Com la and lei mo taka Tour Xk4 t. M. NEWLAlfD STANFORD, KY. lUnfird, Ky. U. 0, RUPISJ, tntHctX XoUor THE INTERIOR JOURNAL, STANFORD. KENTUCKY TUESDAY, AUGUST 20. 1912. Z Fox-RidgeCo- Sin J. Binmtt Mimorial School PriMiial, Limm, I HIS TROUBLE NOT OF HEART leal Facts In Regard Te F. MMfrman's Illness. ReNef Ok- linied By Curing His Stomach Ailments. JJrod- - Admittedly me ef the VERY REST Schools In the State. SCHOOL. NORMAL IJHOOL FIVE SCHOOLS IN ONL.-HI- GH GRADED SCHOOL, SCHOOL OF MUSIC, COMMERCIAL SCHOOL R. Sundny sorviens nt tho Dnptisl church. The tmstor J, D. Jones will preach nt the morning hour 10:-1for a parole from the Frankfort Sunday school nt 0:45. D. Y. P. U. at 0:15. Uniop service nt 7:45 nt the penitcntinry. Jesse Stcwnrt. 07-Picsbyterian church. To Whom It May Concern. Notice will apply to is hereby given t lint the Hoard of Prison Cimmissionera 1 nt al C. LEWIS, Ky. Bum er Omn Cirr er lottno. I LOCH OOl'HTT. ( J. CnritT milM oath that k I" cntot of th firm or r. J. ciiritT A On dolnc LnjtlnrM lo lh Clljr of TolMo, Count? and tui. aformakl. arul that aatd firm will par the aum of ONK HtlNimui DOLLARS for rath and rrrrr raao of CtTtaait that cannot be turrd by the UK ol rxi rartnor lltix'a Una i 1 MARES SELL AT DANVILLE Senator Hubble Buys a Couple of Pairs List of Sales. Personal and Social. Mr. T. K. TuJor is spending several day in Cincinnati on business. Alrs.l'hil Malum, of Louisville, i M- MUio Martin. the Kucst A. K. Go.Hon, of Oklnlioir.n, Mra. is the guest of .Miss Mollio llrooks ill ('nib Orchard. Mrs. Alurpnret I.ynn has return-,- 1 home after i visit to her daughter, Mrs. Lojjnn Wood ut Danville. Spink, of (1ehburj Mr. is the Riii'st of Mr. John Waters for J. T. Wilkinson hind fair Friday. took iu tho ' chard Springs for several duvs. Mr. and Mrs. John S. Haughmnn nnd children, and, Mrs. J. K. Hrucc sptnt In-- t week at Klixir Springs. Mi-- s Mary D. Heck, of MeKin-nem tho guest of Miss Winnie v, Mr. und Mm, W. 1'. Kinenid spent Friday at the LcMimtou fair. Mins Essie Uurcli is at Crab Or- Why nre Sue Dennett Mcmori 1 thoroughly cleanse and set in order your school graduntcs always successful Hecause they acquired character as well. digestive system. Pair of brown mares 5 venrs old, It has done this for others, during the weU as nbility. sold to Arthur Hick, fKIO. past 70 years, and is today the most Pair sorrel innres, 5 years o5d, Join the procession on August popular vegetable liver remedy on the 21, 22 nnd Mb to the great K. of P. suit! to Senator Hubble .i210. market. Try it. Pair brown rnnres, 5 years old, tair. I your harness good enough 1 Insist on Thcdford's. Price 25c. 0( t "i new set now ut J. C. McClary's old to Senntor Hubble S1S5. Mr. Ernest Wnrron, Miss Virginia Pair black 'mares, 4 ,yoars old, Wvlrh. Lil-li- e I.o- -i Mr. 0. I. Munrv. of Cairo, Mient Wurieii and their mother, Mrs. ill to Mitrcus Helm, 17f. v sold stickpin with monoMrs. Khzn Wileher has been visit, Warren returned to Middleshoro buy maie, .1 yenrs old, soh" novernl day vdth his wife, who in;? her brother, J. J. Mers and gram "E. 0. S."' Rcwnrd for re- to Pair Tarkmgton $175. 07-lvisiting her paienM Mr. and Mrs. J. Saturday. Ja. turn to this office. family at Mareellus. Mr- -. C. A. Dlanfuril. of LivingsPair brown innres 4 years o'd. X. Menufee. McKinney. ton, passed through huic Saturday, Ruth Tnnucr.-- of Mid sol:! ti J. II. Gogirin rloO. find Imliy, Mr. I. K. CiUn-ittTwo rceU of Damon anil Pythias n r.mte home from iVrryville, and mint, Mrs. 11. C. Xiuintllev. of Soire! mare, 0 years old, sold to of Philadelphia and baby, are here nnd two additional reels Wednc-da- y Winchester, woiu in town Fudnv. Dure Coleman, .7U. visiting her parents, Mr. and Mr. J. where he had attcilded the fnic night at the apern house. Mr. (I. (. I'errv. Misses ltettio the guests of Mrs. W. Iv. Shugars. Roan mare, .'t years aid, sold to M' k h Menefec. tn-- l rtrrwU- - T .n-MUs l.isa Holtclaw went to the .... 1. ....... Mr. and Mrs. Sum Fulkcrou, of McCann I'ltry, Ndlie W. Hill, Mrs. .V".T - .w. , Mr. nnd Mrs. . C. Hall. Mis Lena I'o'mer, Mr. Itroilhcad fair Friday, and stopped Williams or i i(... m o i.i ,..i.i T...t. ek Middleshoro, wore here lust Tul-- ii Okla., stopped over here for;cr Ware 71. to attend the Initial of Mrs. Knu- -t Alfred Pence anil Mis Lmnia Hays off at Crab Orchard to spend sever- a short visit to Mrs. II. M. Dallou :tt"iided Lexiurtou fair Thursday. al days with Mr. nnd Mrs. J. C. Dlnck mare. 7 venrs oid. sold to Warren. M after a month's visit nt their old Ueorge Jf. Jlehn, 7f. David llailey. Mrs. T. A. iSreut has just return- i Lvnn, .it.. M. S. Haughmnn, linn (Snines and Will Cordier Mr. Will Davis, of Danville, who Imme in Lancnster. From here they Day mare, 4 years old, sold to ed from n months' vi-- it to St. Luius, went over to the Lexington fair last has been visiting her sstcr,' Mrs. E. go to Cnmpbellsville for n visit be- Grady Lewis, $77. Indianapolis, Kansas Otv and other Fridin morning in Mr. ItnnclinmirH I.. Itcinlmrt, returned Day mare, 4 years old, sold to hdme this fore returning home. Mr. Williams, western points-Mr- . Embry, Sr.. was down iMitJinobile. Mnry Ruth Reinhnrt who was one of the leading mem- John Hill, week. Little Sam J. Mark Piivvhouse and Miss Xnn-in- e went with her to spend several days. bers of the Gnrrard bar at the time Day mare, 4 years old sold to own Monday, nnd his many friends lie went to Oklahoma n few yenrs Cipier, Mie- - Mnry Penvy-I.HUwms clad to see him looking so well, Mrs. Tinsley Spoonnmorc and ago, hns taken lending rank ns nn Price Shelton $04. and (leo Sandusky and Klizn-bet- h Mrs.I. A. Dlack filly, 3 years old, sold to Patterson havo returned attorney there, and has every reand ithlc tct he nhout. Peavvhoii'-attended the Mrs. J. It. .lone who has been home from Lexington, where they munerative practice. lie is a part- Walter Dnnn, $85. fair last week. Dim Filly, 3 yenrs old, sold to viftitiuK Mrs. Owsley Dunn left Monwere guests of Mr. nnd Mrs. W. T. ner of W. J. Davidson, who went to Mrv. ,1. II. MeAli.ter, of Way. Smith during the fair there. Grady Lewis $82.50. day iv spend vVrml days nt Crab the new state n few years earlifr. wh.) has been visiting reln-tiDrown mare, 4 yenrs old, sold to OrehtiTd before r turning- to tier Mi.., Mr. mid Mrs. William J. Drown, and got in on the "ground floor" in heie. went to Ktill Springs, E. II. Lester $05. homo nt Islington. days. of Modesto, Cal., spent a few days its development. The mnnv Lincoln W. 11. Elder, $77.50 Hev. J. H. Jonen, pastor of tho Satutdav to reinnn heie last week with Rev. and Mrs, county friend of Mr. Willinm- wilt Rlaek ranre, 7 years old, sold to church, has returned from Mm. Ktnbrr. of Lexington, will join Joseph Hulloti. llaptist Mr. Drown is a reioicc to know that he is prosperGeorge II. Helm, $61. treat- her there. llattlo Creek hrc he took prominent uttornevh of California, ing so well in his new home. Mt. and Mrs. K. F. Stcelo hnvo Total of 24 bend brought $1,961. ment for ft eouple of "tek and ifc i.tui n.(i in their home at Cnebuni, having guno to the Gu'dvii Went reoiwiiicnudy iinprov.-dyears ago from Somerset. He 'a., after a vicit to her parents, ia back CouiipHimin Kd Wilkin cently took n very prominent part in from Klixir SmiK, greatly improv- Mr. and Mr W. D. Hanon near carrying his community dry in a Mnrv Her siller, Mis patrons nt bis Moribund. ed, and is welenmuur option eection. und is recognized tonsorinl parlors, ith the old genial ll.inm.ri, returned home with them ns ono of tho big men of the counweok-- .' visit. 'o make a Slllik'. Itodinnn Keenr.n left ty. -,Mrs. Drown was a Mi.s Cora Cly Kupley, tho ohlet son of Mi. ami Mrs. visit to Mr. nnd went to in eterdav f.r a and Mrs lonecame Mr. and Mrs. II. C. Huplcy. Wednesday Night . J. AHnfn, nt Cleveland. They Stanford in her girlhood. visit Monday Iwine fur r short will gii on fiom there to Niagara, A Story of Brotherly Love. OklaPerfect Pictures. Capable Acnight. He has lon located in Short Local News. tors Beautiful Scenes and Climaxes. Every Woman and Child homa nnd Tosa lor some tunc, but Ituffalo, Now York Citv and other ontern jKint. Harrolsburg Her'-alShould see DAMON AND PYTHIAS. It teaches a Lesson, it nys there is no plac like old tonight's program at the See is interestinq. it. breathes Heaven-bor- n Sentiment.. opera houso n good one. J. C. MrClarv. Mi-- s Lillie ALSO A GOOD SHOW TONIGHT John II. Shanks returned to his Mi-- s Mattie McClnrv. Mrs. home in Columbus, On., Saturday, Insure with the leadinq comafter n visit to rcJntivvs ere. Mr. K. L. Keinhnrt nnd sister, Mrs. Will panies. Fish & Bromley represent while Davis, of Danville, Muiv Ruth and Shniikb will remain for them. All lines. longer with her mother, Mrs. Lelia William Ueinhart. Fred McCnrty. Mr. I M. floodlight and David Cook. An Ellington piano, For of nenr floodnicht were among those from god ns Sale. Apply to Mrs. T. L. Dr. nnd Mrs. Guy new; this toint wh.) nttended the linn'-hea- d Toled.t, Ohio, were here last week C4-Carpenter. fair Friday. for tho burial of his titer, Mrs. Kcv. and Mrs. J. W. Hngin. of Ernust Warren. Dr. Knllou returnAll members of tho Daptist church for a short ed hmne Sunday moruinc bnt wife Covington nre here visit to her sister, Mrs. II. C. Kaifh aro requested nnd urged to be preswill remain for n visit to her father. ent at next Sunday morning's 10:45 . William and othor relative man and other relntives in this sec- service; important matters to bo Mr. Ilftgm's congregation the here. This Vms Dr. HuIIoh's first tion. Christi.-.- n Church at Coving, lleuai'di Helicons. venr. First VMit to hi1 liHH' in church nnd he was given n most cordial ton, arc building a fJS.OOO For Sale. Two sows and pigs. homo, and ho had a prominent imit greeting by innn.v of his bnvh-o.- j movement which Mrs. Annie llnekley, Stnnford, 11 12. piMiuoting tho friends, some of whom had not seen in him for over ten venrs. All hiV resulted in such a regressive step. C. D. McDowell, of Somerset, friends will be glad to know he Mr. Hngin was pastor of the Chris- stute auditor's nent, was here this is making a crent success in the tian church here for several years week, looking for some delinquents. and is very noimlar in Stanford. praetiit) of his ".rmfefuioil. AUrt . 4..1. On iixm fi.,4... ,I.a i:U4llUJ4JIi 1U' lot, IJillllil, Mleiinnn, of tho East End caught a blue cntfih which weighed 10 pounds, was '27 inches lung and 17 inches in circumference. c, Davis Ilibb. Mrs It. D. Carter is buck from I'erryville, where she attended the the. fair. fair week. Mrs. W. '. S!!!ks ha: b?en quit? Mrs. Dexter Hulloti and children ill for everal dnys nt her home on ui vinitiug her mother, Mrs. M. E. lut Wayncsvlllc.N.C. Mr. I'. R. I lutfman, of this city, snys,: " I suffered dreadfully with what I thought was heart trouble, and tried various medicines In vain. After other remedies had failed, Thed-ford- 's restored me to health. I would not feci sate without In the house. I consider it worth its weight In gold. It cured my Indigestion, and by this means I was restored to health. I can not express my gratitude for its benefits." Good health depends on the condition c! your digestion. Poor digestion and good health do not go together. Wack-Draught Black-Draught CiTAKnn Swom tth iil Ilall'a Sold I dlrr-etl- ryfUm. lala V. 1. CIIKNEV A CO., Toltdo, O lit. r all mndlpatlon. Hall lamilT I1lia Cunt. rnANK t. ciienf.y. to twforr m. and aubwiSoil In my ortaMir. The McCnmpbcIl Horse nnd Mills Car of Dtctmbrr, A. II.. IM. Exchange of Tenntstc, gold a carA. W. OLHASO. i I Notaut 11 ". load of inures m Danville last week. Catarrh Cure la tatrn Inlcrnallr and aria Some excitement was caused when unrn the blond and rouroua aurfarra of the tho hrnd tor tmtimonial. frr. were brought first pair rrurrlt. fr For Snle Privately. Farm of 103 ncrcs, in high state of cultivation, nnd well located. Address Lock Dot 210, Stanford. Ky. Pressing, denning nnd repaitii g of mens' and Indies' suits, promptly done t II, J. McRoberts' stoie. the. Crab Orchard pike. Dr. Kdwnrd Alcorn, of llaston-villwas heie Manila- - for u short time on bucini'ss. lie sas tliHO the West End will tend u bi dcleentin to tho fair hero tbi wwfc. Miss Josephine JInvden, of Paris, and Ellis Hayden, f Lexington, arc Kiiostn of their aunt, Mrs. V. U. l'ish at Crab Orchard. Mr. and Mrs. A. D. Carpenter, of Hustoiiville, nttended .the Lexington lair Tlmida.v. Mioses Ulndy and Lucille of Waynesburg, aro tho at tractive guests of JIM Kdith Wnt-kiHain-berlin, u. Thcdford's Hlack-Draug- ht will out to sell. The Iiitcp crowd got the horses excited nnd they did a little tight rope stunt bv runnin' up a steep bank of coal nnd jumping to the roof of Frank's Wholesale Grocery, presumably to get a better They then view of the situation. jumpvd In the steep roof of the coal shed nnd down between the two buildings. This was where the tight rope enmc in as they had to be and drawn up und out to the full length of the cable. The horses were all branded nnd sold 1a-iicd Now is the time to stock your winter supply of COAL. None better than Prices right. We fork all our Coal YOU GET NO DUST. Fox-Ridge. J. H. Baughman Phone 11 Stanford, Kentucky. Co. 00-1- 0. -- p. u i.""T i' FairTime And that old suit has become rusty and worn. You will want something NEW, and we have summer clothing and new Fall clothing ready for Hats, Shirts, everything you need to help you have a good time at the Fair. you--Shoe- s, e Lox-invt- on es nc-er- al . 1j-e- nl Damon and Pythias UpSrd H0US6 Sam Robinson Stanford, Kentucky it Kon-tuck- y. d. y, 3. The Demor est Comedy Company HtH-k- d -- Will present a change of play every night this week in their pretty Oxfords, Straw Hats Tent Theatre - Nunnelley Lancaster Street, near Depot. fnir. The banks of Stanford will close promptly at 12 o'clock during the Tues. Thorns and Orange Blossoms 15c and 25c Admission. Remember Wednesday night at the opera house "Damon und Pythias. k services nt tho Presbyterian church on Wednesday evening August 21, at 7:30 o'clock. Subject: Witness Hearing for God and for My Neighbor nt the Samo Time. Md-wee- Automobiles Wo have the following bargains io offer, if sold within tho next 30 days: Overland, Model 00, fully equipped, used a short whilo as a demonstrator. Cannot ho told fiom a now enr, $1,100. , Overland, Model 01, fully equipped, samo as new $1,400. Overland, sis cylinder, 4fihorso power fully equipped $G30. Stearns, 7 passenger, new body, new top and windshield, extra casing $700. Mitchell, Model K 30 horse power, 5 passenger, fullv equipped and new tires in rear $500, Overland, Model 41, 40 horse power, newly painted, new lop, ' with full equipment $000 llupmohilc, delivery truck, 800 lb capacity, just tho thing for grocorymen, $500. Wo nro constantly taking second hand ears in trado for now cars. Let us havo your wants. Our li13 line of now'cnrs will bo ready to demonstrate, by August 20th. BFB fBBT ailB ssl Him yEWIt The Latest f ',npiv wm ti' Stoves' Thing -- s r Fnr'a miclniprit stiDDcr. at for any other meal at any "other time, the very latest thing in stoves the besti ove-artis- in The Dcmorcst Comedy Co., arc n weeks' engagement on XuiiiicHey's lot near tho depot. High class comedies nnd dramas lire presented each night with a feat tiro vaudeville, between nets. Tho company is nn excellent one and de- phijing and Summer Weight Clothing at Cost Cummins Home of H.S. & serving of a full tent each night. ts can do is a urns Oil -- NoAihn Wattt oncen-te- s -- No ;-- JVew Perfection It coueotratci the hut wltco you ul it and whers you want it. It ii quick tlculier ana himlicr than coal, cheaper than clcctridlr. ITU Nw Pffc!io Stan hil lom , tnimrbd. turqiiona blu ikuuoryi. ll It lunionjlr fcoulJ U bkUL it uUnl top, drop mivm, Uwtt MU, etc. IMaiu wiui I, t. or tvunwb AH iktWi cwry lb New PnfKiiDa Stow. k M PA fnk.ilaMik WtthcvcrVatoV. giv to aaoaa wftdiDi 3 cesu lo cover nuiluig coi Oil Cook-stov- e . Heat s, Handy NDirt family nnd children nt her sister's Mrs. J. F. llodnm nt Crab Orchard. Mr. Mori is is doing splendidly in tho real estnto business sinco leaving C'rnb Orchard and is taking a lending pait in tho development of the wonderful new stnto. William Huey, of Lousville, was hero Friday calling on tho merchants. His father, Rev. 0. M. Hucy, who is traveling for Georgetown College, was hero earlier in tho week, arranging to take soveral students from hero to tho big Daptist educational instiUtioa. Mr. Willinm Mason Morris, of Muskogee, Oklahoma, is with his fe Wearen M. All Wool Clothes r A v 7 Vt1. --So Dtlay LuiWi. Ready j JNO. 0. REID, Sales Agent, AUTOMOBILE CO., Stanford, Kentucky V j - STANDARD OIL COMPANY m. Km (locorporaUd la Kwituckr) Kt4 AtUati. Ca4 Birmingham. AU4 and JaduoariB FU. FOR THE JUNGCLAS CINCINNATI, 0. h r. -- 'i JVX ."' IT I ' z 'vwFJr" r wr.f - s " T " ) "71 ' , 4-ff' THE INTERIOR JOURNAL. STANFORD. KENTUCKY. TUESDAY. AU6UST 28. 1912. r v toO'XsV F i? i "w tog life Capital $50,000. w. G. L PENNY, V. Pres. M. B. SALIN. Cashier. We started fliy I pnM5 WillVA ir r I! nr With the Same Hope, of Success, Tlmt motori-t- t mid I but UK saved his money I did not. IIB lives his olil age in luxury, with automobiles nnd servants I nm nearly starving on the world's sernp heap. We had the same chnnre." Header, save while there is yet time. Oircn n bank nceount here today A dollar will be sufficient. ML f STATE BANK & TRUST CO., Surplus $500 J. D. EAD3, J. S. RICE, Stanford, Ky. l. Mccarty, Pres. V. Pres. S. ALBERT PHILLIPS, ' ;t LV, ?! J. It. Foster, for October delivery 18 head of d fancv feeders at $0.12. bought a John Kichaid-o- u old harness filly from J. P. Rod-gefor 125. K. I.. Lucas has rented his farm near Crab Orchaid to Garner Price. Mr. Lucus will locate in Oklahoma for n while. He is adveitisiug it big sale in this issue of the I. J. ' Sweeney Morgan sold hogs to Vac Lear at 8c: sold to name 10 yearling btecrs of 000 one pounds avernge, at 4 some kind. Hpringer for $45, and two fat cows Buyers are on the lookout for at 1 mules of all kinds ,. J. It. Higsbv bought 100 hogs, 101 mill everywhere iu Lincoln. Mule agree that the pounds average weight, of various parties at 0 2 cents. He has the pi ices this season are going to be bunch sold to Vic Lear for October higher than for soiuo time. One of delivery at 7 cents, o sold some to the chief ieauon assigned for this is because of the excesshely lurgo D. M. Anderson at 0 that weie Boirrno Hinthers. sold 100 pounds number of mule foals by the of corn to Garrard Milling Co., at slipped thiougliout mares during the nil this section. A Den Sutton sold 100 banels to spring Im.w fiom Tennessee last wcek Alex Wulker at H.50 per barrel. houglit a nice pair of two and three- ear-ol- d mare mules from Dave Lynn, five miles fiom town oil the Crab Orchard pike, paying Mr. Lynn $450 for them. J. W. Williams sold to I'itgerald, of Danville, a pair of calling hoi so mules for $250. ui 900-pounn, 200-pou'00 c; c. 1-c. farmer for Farm and Steck Notes Top hogs were $8.05 nt Cincinnati Tuesday. Yearling Shropshire bucks for p sale. W. C. White, Puiksville. John Davis sold J. It. Itigsby 2 suckling calves for $23. For Sale One half interest in 17 acre of eoru, near McKinney, Ky. Eliliu If interested, call or address C7-l- p Miracle, McKinney, Ky. For Sale. 10,000 tobacco sticks J. A. Givens McKinney, Ky. 04-t- f. For Sale 150 extra nice ewes, just in from the mountains. A. T. c7t Nunuelley. For Sale. Old corn, A No. 1 carriage and general work horse. Also a No. 1 buggy horse. A. W. Car- For Sale. Aberdeen Angus cattle both sexes; mules from colts to four year olds; thoroughbred boars It. II. Crow, leady for service. Shelby City, Ky, Ky., phone 8 two f. ring, Junction Ex. my place, Stray sow cuuie to Owner' can get same b paying for keep and this ad. Jas. Messer0o-- o . Now is the time to give your or- iW fur fertiliser. 1 have Swift, Ar mour and Globe. Get prices. E. T. 63''M' Pence, Farm for Itent. 155 ucies, u beautitul Home 3 nulc from the Doyle county uouit house on the l..aiieus"ter load. Apply immediately to J. It. Yeuger, Danville, Ky. M. II. Johnson sold a nice suckling mare mule to Clay Arnold for $150. K. B. Scott bought two fat butcher cattle iroiu a Dripping Springs C4-4(Hi-t- $02. M. F. Lawrence sold Sam Castello, two miles out on the Danville pike, delivered four fat sows to It. C. Arnold, las week for which he leceiveil 0 2 cents a pound. They went to the Cincinnati market. S. J. Bell, three miles fiom town on the Dttdderar's Mill pike, sold the grass off of 40 seres of Ecadow to Joe Goode this week, for $350 in the field. "Uncle Joe" already has it cut and stacked and will deliver it to Baughmau & Co. J. C. Fox, of Lancaster, exported d a of cattle to the: city, the following being included in the consignment: 50 head of d cattle from E. Dunn, at from 5 2 to 0 cents; 9 head of cattle iroiu James JJoume at a c. Dogs have played havoc with many a fine flock of sheeep in Lincoln this season, und mauy sheep II TO rftNPrS becoming iliikWiiiirfilti disfiiim il. n.i nf" H.o i.onvWf rs repotted is It. T. Bnice, two mile-- , fiom Stanford, on the Danville pike. Mr. Bruce started the year with a handsome flock of 75 ewes. Then dogs got a total of 53 of these during the season, while his total lamb crop will not go beyond 35. ome tough luck here. V. A. Lear, of Garrard, has been busily engaged in buying lambs during the past week having Uiude it largo shipment to the city market on Katuiday. the following being some of his purchases: From Joint King. lambs ;l head of at 5 cents; fiom Thomas Hendren, 40 Iambs at 0 cents: from Parsons, 35 Siiini Jambs at 0 cents; from George 35 lambs at $5.35 per hundred; from Captain T- - A. r.lkin 20 lambs at 5 cents. John Dana way, four miles fiom town ou the Crab Orchard pike, has a fine maie with blood poisoning as a result of stepping on a nail with one of her hind feet. Dr. John Cook the veterinary is treating her, The mare by the great siio, Ashlund Iliook, und is too good a on to lose. C. E. Tate also as n big broo.i mare suffering from a hole iu one of her hind legs, caused by nn accideiit of 1-car-loa1200-poun1-900-poun- d, lo-eRob-ins.- '5; HERE'STHEHOG J. L. Murphv, of the Hedge ville illo. Mr. Jones was In HirnsM section, bought n couple of cows cuily in the week and purchased a heifers from of d from Jack Sponnmorc last week for J. I). Flyun, at $1 n hundred. He 00. Cincinnati Dan Trnjlor has sold about 45 shipped them direct lo of the W. H. Traylor farm to from there. acres A wagon load of tho finest apples William Gooch nt i'u nnd about 40 in Stafford in many a day was to Lilburn Hooch nt a slightly lower seen brought in by Herman Wuehbels, n gentlemen figure. Each of the prominent German fanner, of tho bought the land in order to straight-e- n Ottenheim section, lie wholesaled out their lines, as well as to get them to Fields Bros., who sold them possession of more valuable Lincoln at 00 cents a bushel like hot cakes. county dirt. An uvcrngo apple weighed 14 ounces .Top Kindig, the mule buyer bns and they wcio linn and solid as a been scouring Lincoln for shippers ball. These, apples are supmned to for the southern market. He got be English Pippins. Mr. Wuebbels 40 yearlings over in the Hubble sec- said he did not know what kind of tion last week, half of them from K. trees they were raised from. He has F. Fitpatrick and the rest from about a dozen of these trees, which Itnnkin. of the Marcellus me just two years old and just beJames neighborhood. He paid $100 a head ginning to boar. This has been a splendid fniit season for Lincoln or them. being loaded down in all parts tobacco in Lincoln tirns out trees county. If uveruge us well as present in- of the on an dications seem to point, an exHIGH COMPLIMENT crop of the ceptionally high-claweed niiiv be looked for this sea a Lincoln County Horseman son. Dick Chaudler and J. B. Wade Paid By Lcadlnq Farm Paper working 23 acres for Judge W. arc A. Tribblc, out about five miles The Fanners' Home Journal last from Stanford, on the Crab Orchard piL-v- which is said to be a lit-in week pays hi"h cotiulimcut to It. S. tle tmer than any other weed Scudder, of McKinney, this county that part of the county. They ute nt connection with nceount of the up very cutting it now, uud it shows This is the third year that great show his horses are making well. Judge Tribble has had this tract in at the fairs. The article say: Dick Scudder is a real lite wire tobacco, and many prediction were made that this j ear's crop would iu the hor-- e business. He hns uot grade as well ns the first two just sold u bunch of horses which j ears, but tho prophets seem t.o is, perhaps, the largest and highNotwithhave been mistaken. est priced bunch of horses sold standing the general opinion of to- by one individual in a long time. bacco growers that this ground He sold the entire bunch,-- consistought now to be devoted to some ing of about ten head, to W. C. other crop for a season or two, Massie, of Paris, Ky. Judge Tribble says that he intends All of thee hursts are bred ac to mit right back into tho need cording to Dick's idea, being either He will sow the field in by l.ex again. just as soon as the stallion Peavine or Dick's splendid crimson clover, All PeaMiie and out of piescnt crop is otf, and let it run maies by Chester Dare. This idea riot in this soil iioiirNher until time of breeding is ceitainly right, X--, conies for setting out tobacco plants theie is no cross iu the world that oex spring. can beat the Chester Dare and Rex Reports say that Bob Thompson, I'cavine cros. over in Garrard, has as nice a piece Horses bred this way are the of tobacco on 30 acres of his old ones which nae been winning tor would wish to tne past farm, as any grower few years and are winniii; ste. Mr. Thompson sold his fnrm now. to Alex Walker, and then rented it The horse wine is bred most fush for this year for $G.000, and farm- ionab'y along these lines is the ers say his tobacco will put him Imperator at Rex. out of Edim colt, Mi'c ha a third nut on that. Then, he ami by Kentucky s Choice nml bv interest in 350 acres of corn which the wny, don't think Dick Embrv Benzley and Henry Hester youngster escape his notice, let this for h have in on the place, and a tremen- "i.t-i.i- i tue iiignesi nnce lor nm dous crop is expected off this. that has been offered for a suckling C. C. Withers, two miles from in many a nay. Stanford off the Danville pike, One of the best ones that Dick a bunch of seven shoats to sold was the fine yearling stallion li. C. Arnold, the stock buyer last The Aristocrat, by All Peavine and week, for which he received 0 cents out of Emma White. This colt won a pound. The shoats weighed about part of the futuritv monev at Lex00 pounds apiece, nnd made Mr. ington last year and is l.mked tiuon Withers' check $37.80. Mr. With- tis ime oi me strongest candidates ers is bemoaning the fate of practi- for the yeailing dhision this vnir. cally all of his splendid flock of He also sold Emma White young Buff Orpington chickens ci mie iiny, wiieli is a full and sister were stolen a short time ago, to the Aristocrat. i which This ,..,( i n mo-- i mere weie anout .iu taken, oi very fine one. them his best bild, which he planKatherine llughley was the most ned to put on the market this fall note.! tiimg lie dsposed of. This for breeding, and some of which he is one of the most noted brood man-wanted to exhibit at the fair here in the state, as she is the dam of this week. The thief was no pik- tne two snow horse cclebritis Jnt.. er, for he lifted the iloek off the qiielina and Star Peavine. Knther-iu- c roost all in one night. Hughloy is by Chester Dare and Next to the Saddle Horse Colt has u very fine suckling fillv by Futurity of the K. P. fair hero this Rex Peavine, as are Jactpielinn anil week, chief interest in the rings for a. i winch just goes to the youngsters is centering in the show that Dick's idea of the Ches. Mule Colt Ftituritv. Some ter Dare and R4. lVavine mi., is piotuisiug individuals are the thing. entered in this event and the comAnother good one which he sold petition will undoubtedly be keen. was the yeailing filly. Irene by Rex. Peavine nnd out of a Harris & Woods have a suckling mare colt by Col. Harris' great jack innie by CheHter D.ue. Tin also Equity, which is going to make 'cm solid a brother to Hard Dawn and all step some to kc"i her out of the other good ones which I will not blue. This colt is a giaml looker all mention. over and will win in most nnv com This is an excellent bunch of pany. She was bred by J. W. Wil- horses and in the hands of Bob liams out of nn exceptionally good Shropshire, who will handle them mare and Bob Woods bought her for Mr. Mnssio, should develop inwhen a few day old for $150. Mr. to some fine show specimens, Woods, who is n splendid judge of A Fourteen-Year-Oa mule, snw her nossihilities, and Bride the way the voting hvbiid has develOne of the joungest girls to be oped has fulfilled his expectations. irmrried in Jhis county in n long The gieat string of show mules of time was Miss Maude Adams, of this popular Ann were rested up the Garrard, who was married to Jos. past week, but will be seen iu tho cph Turner, of the same section by show" ring here. Theie isn't n finer Uev. J. G. Livingston, nt the hoin'p herd of show mules on the fair cir- of Joe Colcmnn, in the 0(Jenheim cuit iu Kentuc' todnv than these. section, this week. The young lady's A number of horses and mules age was just 14 years. She hud have been stolen in this locality written consent from her parents, within the past week. Two horses for the iiianiage, else County Cleik wore, taken from Mr. Muck Eubanks' Cooper would not have issued the place, two others from near Stun-fou- l, license. and a fine limit taken from Judge Hughes near Harrodsburg. HENRY L. CASEY. D. V. S. Why not trv Hie ld time cow hov Veterinarian. manner of punishing hoi si' thieves T Danville Messenger. Former Director Animal Industry ExVeter- Phillipine Islands. George Itnnkin. of the Hubble section, delivered 44 fat ewes to T. inarian U. S. Army W. Jones here Tuesday, for which Office Logan's Stable. Phone 432, he wns paid nn average of 3 12 Agent American Hog Cholera Serum. cents a pound. Thev shipped Danville, Ky. iu tfi the Bourbon vnrds at Louis- car-loaGOO-pouss . s , excep-tii'iiuM.v Mc-Brild Piblfc Sale of LunI AND PERSON LTY. As executor of James Robinson. I will sell to the best and highest bidder, my farm deceased. I will sell to tho highest miles from Stanford, on the Hustonville pike, on ami best bidder at his Into residence near Hubble iu Lincoln count v. Kv.. ou TIIIRSDAY. SKPT. 12. 1U12 Tho following neisoual lironertv and the following- - stock, crop and farming implements: I lie leal estate. sale will begin nroiniitlv ut tO o'clock A. M. The fa i m is composed of nlsiut 205 12 Brood Mares, 7 registered in A. S. H. A., including the acres ami is about five ami n half noted Lady. Dare 2263. Mules miles from Imciister. six and a 3 Geldings, 4, 5 and 9 halt' mile from Damille. and about 1 Stud colt, 3 years old, sub!'ie ami a half miles troni Stanford, to registration years old nii.l is dnided into tracts by the old Colts-- Public Sale! at two-year-eld 16-han- fair Wednesday, Aug. 28, at 10:00 a. m. ject pr DuiihIIc and Lancaster with about '"" acres iu one tract, ami uboiit 05 in anoth' This is nn unusually well wateied farm, tho hind hint' practically level am! is r.il uinlti' fence. Tho farm will bo offered in two tracts ami then as a whole and the highest and best hid will bo accented. Tins farm is unexcelled u central Kentucky in its fertility, bcautv ami t'oineiiiericc. What is known as the home tract has been Used almost for a stock Iiirm tor liftv-see- it iicri"1 eais. iil'imt sitv fi irgin soil iu blue grass, with iu some urv fine sugar trees walnut mid ns timber. About sJtv acres has been in blue grass about fiflv M'ar.s without being nlowetl and tho remainder of the plnce has been plowed only a few times iu liftv ears. The home place is watered by six never failing springs, two wells, one good wind, nml u large cistern. There is n large resilience, n good stock barn, and a tenant house ou the home place. TKIt.MS. One third (cnsh. one thiid iu me cnr. one third iu two eurs. Notes will he retinired nnd n lieu retained upon the hind notes hearing interest at the rate of 0 per cent from the date of the sale. Anyone ilesiimg to Iok nt this farm will call upon either J. I'. Itobiiisiiu. nt Lancaster. J. A. Robin-soJr.. John O. Roliiiistti. Dim-illKv.. who wi'.l lake pleasure in showing it. This will he sold without reserve or bvbid to the highest and best bidder. This is n rnre opportunity to retain tine of the best farms in the blue grass of Kentucky. The following is a part of tho personal property; Twenty six 1.200 pound cattle, nualitv good. s, five gootl milch cows, grade two gootl grade herrford heifers, one short horn hull, three cuhes. sixtv stock ewes, one pair of aged woik mules, one u. e. here-lordfive-ear-o- ld turnniku 5 Mule 1 40 Ewes and 2 Buck. 14 Short yearling steers 2 yearling Heifers About 500 bales of hay 1 Binder . 3 Cultivators TERMS AH sums of $25 and under, cash in hand; over that amount, nogotiable note, payable in bank 4 months from date, with interest T. D. ENGLISH, Auctioneer. 3 mares, 2 horses Horse Mules 4 and 6 years old 2 Jennets, 2 and 4 years old 5 Durham Cows-go- od milkers 5 Calves, 2 of them fine Bulls 1 fine black Bull d 2 fiae Jacks, 6 and 9 years old 3 Filly Colts W. H. MURPHY. 11 acres and 200 traits of 112 Posted Huntina Forbidden. a whole. We, whose names are signed be acres aiiiLthcn nH'crcd l'he farm will by shown at anv low, positnely turbid utiv huntiti? lime bv the owner or undersigned. or fishing; upon our premises: Sale begin.H at 10 o'clock slnrir and K. ScmoiiH, W. Win. J. Deck, the laud will be otfeied first. Tho r red ou (Inieiiigail personal nniert consists of 100 stock ewes and bucks; ,' yearling PUBLIC SALE OF LAND Jerev heifers; I Jerev steer calf: 2 Jersey calves, two vear old Jvr-se- v And Personal Prooertv bull: six venr old Jersey cow: 1 As agents for l(. M. Moss. w will foi- l- vear old cow. one-haJersey 1 lf ofter bos tiirm and tv lor sale ou the iircim-cncr-nu- n on lironer 11) Hi. W'KDNKSDAY. SIII'T. 4th 1- -2 Sale begins at l):.U u'rlo. k a. in. and the Linn will be ottered first The iiersiinal nronertv consists nf 1 hands, four pair of mules, l.'i 2 ami six veit I'm old: 1 nair L hands four venr old horse mules; 1 mine ami horse colt: 1 mare and nunc mule colt: l family horse sev en curs old: 1 lresh Jei'sev cow and heifer calf: 2 Jcrev hciters ami calves; II Jersey cows three ears old: I icgistercd Jersey hull 20 mouths nlil I ierscv heifer fresh 1 Jersey heifer live iu January. PUBLIC SALE mouths old: 1 sow and six tugs: :t I will, ou THUHSDAY. AUG. 2'J, sous will lurrow liefole sn'c: milt' SO nouiiil shoats: 1 Dcering binder l'JWi, commencing at 10 oclock A. g.iotl as new; 1 .McCormack mower k ! ridiic. M., ut my farm, one mile east of I .u..ei cultivator. :i double shovel nlow.s. 2 Crab Orchard, sell the following, tt number 12 Vulcan nlows: 1 piopcrty, tow it: gond as new; 2 sets of One gootl brood maro uud colt, wagon wngnil harness; t inbbcr tire phaethat is eifectlv safe for ladies to ton; 1 iiiuaboiit: 1 e corn drive: one gootl woik horc, 4 cars planter new nml other articles too combined har- niimeious to mention. old; one About 40 acies of com will be ness and saddle lioise, aUii n lot tif soltl to be fed down. Terms another young horses uud mules. Two extra fine Jeiscy milk cows, nounced on tlav vif sale. one will be ficsh the loth of Sep- Ill'GIIKS & SW'INKHUOAD Accnts Lancaster. Kv. tember, the other the Dth of NovemCol. I. M. Dunn. Auct. ber; Jo head of young cattle, also some Jersey heifers'. A hunch of PUBLIC SALE OF LAND ewes, trom 1 to, 4 vours old. Jo acres of good corn, 1 mowing And Personal Prooertv machine, hay rake, J turning ploW, As agents for L. II. Drown, wo 1 plow, will offer his farm ami personal cultivator, 1 double-shovgulden plow, 1 section huriow, I nroiicitv for sale on the piemises com shelter, 1 pair scales, 1 corn ou. guilder, I wagon and harness, 1 THURSDAY. AUG. 24th. 1012 1 surrey and buggy ami harness, uf ni" i. ti... f,...n ,i.uii.iwi side saddle, acres of rich tobacco, henii). wheat harness, J ihrce-hoi- u good as new, 1 in. ill's saddle, 1 fine com ami grass land, located near the vigun, good us new; 1 new 1'rincess miles Lancaster & Lexington nike. 0 I Danville, t) dresser 1 bed room suit, 1 chilTou-jo- r, Ijinen-i- er rum nnd It miles miles from from (! rockers, J 1 dining chuim, 2 Gairanl county. Kv.. near dining tnhlck, '1 kitchen tables, 1 tho uot-- tl (amp Dick Itobiusou see- conk stove with all utensils, J good linll. Il llllu Klilellilul itntiriiv.impiit. kitchen safe, II extra bed steads, 1 consisting of 2 storv ,8 room house new sanitary couch, I gootl clock, besides kitchen ami porches. 1 stock bun.. 2 eight acre tobacco bams. 5 stand tables, J good washing mahouse, ice house, anil chine uud wringer, J00 fiuit jars. 2 cribs, cow nil giaiiarv other ueccssaiv out '100 chickens ami many other things buildings,and good oiflniitl nml 2 tentoo niimeioiis to mention. ant houses. The liiim is verv ter-til- e l.Mtlies especially inutile. Tcinis uud piotluctive und iu high statu day of sale. mndu known on of cultivation as shown hv the. Pies-ccrops; .10 ucis iu wheat stub-blR. L. LUCAS, Crab Orchard. oO in young clover and tiniothv. Col. J. 1'. Chandler. And. oi) in old tdover ami timothy. J.'i in obaccii. 70 iu coin and 100 or moie Adveitise your sale iu the I. J. iu blue class. 0 never failing sirring More farmer read it than any on the faun and well at the dwelling. other coiiutiy paper iu the state. The laud will he offeied iu two two-hors1- -2 J-4t tivii-lior-e two-horstwo-hoiel 1 e. ut e. five coming nil well broken and good ones, three mules and well biokeu. two brood mares, one mare mule colt, ntitl tweutv five stock bogs. Also about four hundred boles of luiv. one Vulcan plow, good as new. one cutting harrow, binder, gootl as one McCormack e wagons, two new. two drug, huirows, one slide anil other farming implements too numerous to mention, nl-- o nbout 30 acies of corn. Dinner served on the grounds Any further infoimation call ou J. E. Robinson. Attv. Lancaster Kentucky Mrs. Sallie E. Robinson. Exe'trx. t!7-Cant. 1. M. Dunn Ami mule, mules, four-teat-did two-war-o- ld iiiule. one four-vear-o- ld The farm contains OS acres of verv fertile land. 1 mile north of Hrvnutsvillc ou the Lexington Hike and near the ( amp Dick Itobiusou section, famous tor its fertile soil, its splendid location ami its attrac tive appearance. The tarm is lime miles from Danville. JO miles from Lancaster ami 4 miles from Kentucky nver nvcr which stock und farm product mav lie shinned to market. The laud grows all crops abiiiulaiitlv. the iniiirovemeiits are first-clasresilience a beautitul large tobacco and stock barn and other iiccessiirv buildings. The in tcruihun will snim run tluough this section givin; connection with Lexington and other cities. The promised electric I ilnnt ou Dix ltiver. u few miles lrom the farm will furnish nowcr and light for that sectum The owner has an ott'er to ciigauc iu biisines-- i in u city is the reason for selling. The faun will be shown nnv time bv the owiur or mult; sign s, ed. short horn cow. aged mare mule. 1 four venr old mare mule;! vending horse mule: 1 weanling horse mule: fifteen 00 pound shouts; ;t ows and pigs: 2 sows to farrow; one male hog. utm Dcering hemp machine 1 marker 0 Imuiiii brnkes;l steel loller. 1 walking cultivator; 1 Dcering hinder: 1 Dcering folding lihnler. 1 t w. horns sweep rake. 1 cider mill. 1 ennd-stoii- e. 1 e corn shcller. 1 .McCormack lawn lutrvtt-r- ; J two-hibuckeve mower; 2 a wagons; 1 Kemp No. .'I. 20th Cun-tnMnnnie spieadcr. irood nt new; 2 CliattaiiDoga Disc plows, 2 Uriwn ruling cultivators. Heinis tobacco Avcrv o..r setti : :i planter: No. li Vulcan turning 1 plows; hillside plow; 1 Di-- o Harrow : 1 clod masher: Kentucky di-- c drill, our lloo-idisc "lull, ona Kentucky drug di ill for wheat or hemp; 1 Champion luiv rake- - 1 cutting box ami other things too numerous to mention. About M) uerca of ciirn. Terms nnd date of possesion of farm aniiounceil on dav of sale. Dinner on the ground. IlldllLS .V SWINIIl'OAD. Agerts. 1 foiir-vcar-o- hj 1 one-horsre tvvo-horrv 1 1 luo-lin-N- ... 1 er Lulu-aster- . Col. I. M. Dunn. Kv. Auctioneer. For Sale or Rent. fine blue grass farm four miles from Stanford, Ky., in high state of cultivation, adaptable to raising hemp ami tobacco, corn, hay nml nil kinds of small grain. This farm w has on it a nie cottuge, a largo tobacco and stock barn and all necessary outbuildings. Plenty of evcilasting water, is on good "pikj one mile from church house and store, and four miles each way from the railroad, and in a good neigh-hhood. The laud lays well, in fact you can stand in the yard and sec nenily all over the farm. It contains 141 acres. If sold we will give very liberal terms. If not sold by August 20th, will rent for jeara l'Jl.'1-l- l. For further information cnll on M. D. Carter. Stanford. Ky., or write C. L. Carter, Greensboro, A u-oi N. C. 00-1- 2 PRIVATE SALE. OF I will my highly FINE BLUE GRASS FARM As 1 wish to quit funning. impioved farm of 200 acres, lying on tide Liberty turnpike vine- - milt) south of Hustonville, Lincoln county Ky. Tho land it very fertile, will grow uiii thing to perfection, that is cultivated iu Central Kentucky. In the best ueighboihood in the stute. Tho phi co has 011 it a mnus'wu house of leu rooms, with ull necessary outbuildings', conu'iieiitlT located. Theie are two comfortubte tenant houses. There ore. 3 la'rga cistci ns, ;i wills und numerous nev er failing hillings'. There are 3 stock bains, and two tobacco barns. The icuciug is first-clas- s and much of it new. Also 11 silo of 180 tons .apacity, a first class scale. Two hiintlied ucies ute now in gnus. Good tiichnrd. Terms easy. T. L. CARPENTER, Hustonville. Kv ofler for sale privately Come Lexington, Ky. akoto of boar feat wai cored of Cfaoton Ram. i villi year Suurbea Ho oviurv umutm BOtf vrtt aisiosc ue t. A9dtail, tc. Thaaitrair euro, v inn waa bog la owood by BAtwoi tit, I To The Old Fashioned Country Fair at Stanford BOVUOM RJCMEDY CO.. mag. m la glv you taathaoataJ, aad wa aJ aton U you wast Ifeaai. JBMKIMS4UBLKTT DKUQ CO- BnwMatBNM.Ky. awmuwaw. fat M. AUGUST 21, 22 and 23, 1912 , Under the Auspices of Diadem Lodge, No. 81, Knights of Pythias, A ytT Dofta. For Catalogue and Particulars, write J. F. CUMMINS, Secretary.