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Interior journal (Stanford, Ky. : 1912): August 27, 1912 Interior journal (Stanford, Ky. : 1912) 300dpi TIFF G4 page images Shelton M. Saufley Stanford, KY 1912 int1912082701_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 27, 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. EKi fclWwi k x tH im muf A CIPKULATrtH-tV- ER h lufif r imv mi iLnmHi Mr nni CtVNTRY NEWtPAPER IN raja? 4.3N ! THE STATE FOUNDED 1800. tf KENTUCKY, J NO. (iO The Interior Journal. STANFORD, REV. JONES RESIGNS LINCOLN COUNTY, KENTUCKY. BROWN To TUESDAY, AUGUST 27, 11)12 DIAMOND RING CONTEST 1'ea-vin- f Khmt wW Mm ( date whM Mm ft i Wakh MywrM f3d YEAR. TUESDAYS AND TODAY Former Lfncelnlte Here en Visit Morgnu Smith, of Van Alsfyne, Texas, mi uncle of .Messrs. S. JL J. K. mid vL S. Haiighmnn, of this county, is here on a visit to them. Thirty ycnrn ago Mr. Smith went from Lincoln to make his homo in the West, and is nlwnys eordinlly welcomed home on each of his viit. Although now in his S.'ld jear, ho is a remnrknhly well el mnn, and from his one would iuilge him to be not over 03, He declares that Stanford has shown wonderfully im provement since Jus last visit scvctiiI ycnr-- i ago, and is delighted to -- co the evidences (if progress and pro-p- ei ity on all sides. al pre.-erv- I. v encouraged to plan for a still hettel fair next enr. Thev hae rexxved tlie Mime date- - as this .war, anil expect In have n still better util bigger affair. It is proposed to have iiimiv new attractions to interest the :eo. pie, nitiuiijr wlneh will he a flviii" Another feature whieh U mtichine. is being most favorably to make fair week next year a Home Coming Week for all former eitireiis of l.inenlii county who are now liv-i! here. Other counties anil have hail their home com-ni- t; all ami mi this otcu-io- u are going to lie inviteil back Oilier weleome. lioiue. ami maile xerei-e- s of the home-Miuin honor ei wus in that eomlitiiiii when he got t.t town. The K. I'.'s saw to it that them was no bootlegging of imv oVt, One man brought u hottle to (he secretary's office ami thought to riiehp it there, hut Jack llenrley foiitnl it ami look it to the eeiitiT f the rum ami hruke it :tguirit a tree. With on satisfactory mi exhibition in everv way the K. 1'- -. are greatly e 2d. II. S. Heudiler's colt Jiy All K. P. FAIR CLOSES IN lid; Mrs. It. T. Lowndes' colt OF GLORY A ILAZE by Kentucky Choice 4th. Itc- -t Middle" ti'lilini; 4 vea.-- s nml Pronounced by all Cleanest and lest out Wither Urines 1st; .Mack llnuhes 2d. Ever Held In This Section , lle- -t fancy turnout, no decorn-lion- s Plans for Next Year. Muck lluiihes 1st; Quitiu Davis 2d. fail out He- -t harness pair Hernard llas IV best iitl cleanest held in Lincoln n.iint.v came tu u 1st; Muck I Italics 2d. Friday. It was a success m Itest comhilieil stallion. anv ime verv iiiiitii'iilnr nnil the members Mack llimhes 1st; Kd.-a-r Doty 2d. lodge Knights r l'.vlhin t load-te- r, of Diadem mare or i;eldint; aii! being congiiitulnted upon all Mack lluylics .t; W. M. Iliirtou, 2d, Imi proud of. Miles. It was a lair t L. K. lfoers :td. Tim attendance on the third anil Worst Turnout Felix While 1st; Inst ilay was almiit the same as the Sum Lmbrv 2d. second "ihiy when a reeonl breaking two The hi mud was pre-en- t. Dr. Cook Chosen Moderator days nit's l1"'" offset the Hliiu it The one hundredth and tenth cuued' liv the rain nf U.,t,,...,l,iv nnil milled the flllllUfllll session of:..,the South Distiiet r i.',,i,iLi ii....,:. , .irniiriiiiniii ,.L itvtti,,, "j l.ivil tn the right Mile nT the ledger, i,i,,is II .iil.w uim heard the genera I closed last Fiiday at (Inn el Switch. iin i. Hint this was tliu ncfl lucre was a lame atleuiiaiiee. iir. uiiiiiient of (he Jlapti-- t routilrv fair held in this purl of the Cecil V. Cook, na-tntate in many jcurs. All were im- churrh.'of Danville, was unauimous- lv ch.ispii moderator fur the eimll- pressed with the good onler of liquor from iiiir eeur mid L. 11. Fox, nl-- o of the the grounds; in Lot there was no Damille, was mimed us secretary jcar. Itiiuor on the grounds. Hut one mini for thn sixteenth prominent Ilaptists attendwas eeeu during the three days un- SeM-ia- l der the influeiiee of liiiior anil he ed from Stanford. o lk--I or main-laineil. nli-ci- ue con-ecuti- ve WESLEY But Cotweqatlon Declines to Accept Popular Young Couple Elope Jeffersonvltle and Wed It and Grants Him Vacation Starts off At Richardson Store Much Interest. With FINE PROSPECTS FOR RECORD MAJORITY. Appeal Made Directly to DwweratkJ Voters For Money to Finance Campaign In State Splendid retorts of prospects Jfor mi overwhelming democratic victory in Kentucky nml the nation in November, were heard at a meeting of lte. J. Jones, pastor of the Ntaiifonl Haptist cliiireh, tendered to the eonirnvati.ui his Sumliij inorniiitf, on (he jiround that his health required u complete rest for about two months, My a uuitni-moi- ls Mite, howver, the church to ilecept the resignation, and Kiauteil the pastor n leine of for two months on full pay. Mr. .Lines has just returned from llattle Creek, .Mich., wheie he spent treatment lit the ii month taking sauilaiium there for a kidnev trouble. Ile returned much improved, liim but his piosieiiui- - nil. niiW-that a complete rest for about two months would be neees-iir- v t.i rc- Mr. implete health. stoie him t Jones has worked nobly in t ho Master's cause since eomini; to Sjnn-for- d about two jears atro. nml is well beloved by his people, wlm felt that there wa- - no occasion for a severance of the tie- - which have hound him to them, and were very Itlad to do what thev can toward liiinuiiic about a icstoration of his health. H. nl Itlissell Dr. nml We-1e- , v, Mi- -. Htovvii, olile- -t sou of K. J. Drown, mid Miss da of Liberty, slipied away to Jcffersonville, Imi., in an uutomobile last Friday niv'ht, mid were married there. Hut utv few of their elo-e- -t fliends hud been Infill meil of their intentions, an, the-- e kept the secret well. The voiiiiir couple went together to Unfair dance tm Friday niclit nml niinj-lcwith the crowd until the iiitermi-sio- u at iniilniyhl. when thev iiuiellv b.iarded uu unto nml sped toward the p.ipular (Iretnn (lieeu ut Jeffer-onvi'l- e. Mr. Ilrowii is only 10 year- - of nae, while his bride is 18. He bus jnt coiiiileted a coiir-- e in a college at Louisville, nml has the choice of -- evernl nice mitions His bride is the eharminr dnimli-tc- r of Dr. and Mrs. I. S. NVejlev. of Libeitv, and has nflen visited here, v.heie she is verv p.ipular. A host of friends ami loved ones will wi-- h the younjr couple everv happiness. d mi-rr- y The big diamond uug contest of the Kichai'dsoii Stoic at Junction City stinted off with much interest last week, and liemj vnting; lor some of the juiing ladies entered. The standing of the contestants ut the lir-- t count was as follows. .Miss Lauin Kelloy 22,030 Miss (leofgin WvlU 10,400 Mi-- s Mamie Jones 17,700 Ali-- s .Mi- -s Luc.v .MtCord Annie Atkins Mi-- H Mary Heck Miss Flora Minor Mi-- s Alum Co-b- y -- 17,030 17.500 10.J0O Ib'JoO 13,000 13.300 Miss Susie Kobeits Mi I'auhnc Taylor Mi- -s Dora .McAnellev Miss Anah I'ruitt .Mi- -s (Irace Liiwmiu Mi .AIi- -s i ll.Uou 11,000 10,830 10,730 10,730 10,030 10,300 10.300 10,130 10,230 10.100 10,000 10,000 10.000 10,000 10.000 J.lizu IJolmrds .Mi- -s htliel Clarksoii Jllanclie Dunn Hl-i- .ML i! Al-to- tt Mi Mi-- .s Alice Durham Hes-i- e Wright Miss Cupid Was Busy at Local Boy's Weddinq A DiM'ciiil from Frankfort will uihiimiIiUm' m-vil. in nilililioii to the legulnr fair program. This feature will umlouht-dl- v prove a delightful eent of fair week, ami will irrovc one of the real event- - of the cur in the history of r.rng auaiu-- t il the 1st; Walter lilies 2d. eluirue bovs. Het road-te- r mine or j;elilii- Mack I Indies 1st; V. It. ltiut.m. 2d. A vast amount of ill health is due pony ridden by boy or 1st; t.i impaired digestion. When the llaimhmau lider Itranham stomach fails to perform its func i 2d. f Mnitfiiii te- -t fanev turnout, pony bv ho tions pioperly I lie whole system he- or ciil Moiiinii M.iimhiiinu 1st; comes deranged. A few doses of Chumbeihiin V Tablets is all you. ,1'eail Eiubiy 2d. They will strengthen your da- -' iiiiiu need (lest .... ... ,1,11,1,. nne in.,. Oiiiuu Davis 1st U'estum, iuvn;oilite your liver, ami regulate your bovvU, entirely doing it.Miniiil Hnvss 2d lte- -t harness t mare 4 yenn nml away with that miserable feeling l ii) i due to fault v digestion. Try it oYl)r iieiiinril naya isi nun -- u. Futurity- - V. 0. Walters Many other hnvo been permanently Colt H.leuivd why not you? For sale by f(,lt by Carroll' 1'rest.ni 1st; Murphy' filly bv Hohemian Kiiijr, Penny's druu store. (iiinii ,t Keller. Carli-l- e. II. M. Tay. r.M'ciitive Committee hr. Cailisle: W. II. Hohb. Helena; I. I). Hunt, l.e.iu-:tou- ; S. (!. Sharp: him he would not he nllowed to -- how Covinloii; (i. It. Keller, Cailisle, (1. I.at. S. Wall. May-vill- e. aiMin until he had apoloxiyed. down, Mr. Dotv er, aftm" eo.din On motion of Walter Mather.- -, of .ipolouied uieely to the a.ieiation Mason, (Jen. II. W. Hake was electbut was unable to find the jud).'es ed of the a oeiatiou for who hail -- ered in that piiitv-uhilife. rill'.' to make the iimende honoiable - liable to happen Local Boys Chamed to. Such us thiin anv fair lini;, and no judjes enn With Bootlennlng. dcciilc to pleil-- e eVelV.iue. Thee liinille Advoeate la- -t FriThe awanU of Fnihiv the Jn- -t day Mini: William Halton and Coint-lau- d ilav weie: Tinlur. two youni: men of Third Day's Awards county iamilies, Ite- -t ear-- . old piomiiient Lincoln harness stallion ill Lincoln coiinh ik mid under .'I IMjiir Dotv 1st; .).' II. wcie ane-te- il .1. A. Cole, bv l' S. Mar-h- al MlllpllV -- d. with selliu-.- ' IV- -t saddle stallion I year ninl man. - They are chart-cunder - II. S. Seiiihler 1st; J. .M. liiiu.n- at HiodheuiLseveial davs They are inuie .outli-- , o'ne iriius; his It.inkin II. aye us tifteen and the other a- - sev Itet mare and rolt at side Miiipliv 1st: Mrs. K. T. I.owmles '.',1 enteen. The yniiuir men euteie,! lte- -t saddle stallion 2 enis iiml plea- - of not xuilly and it is ptobah-lil- e with the liu'lit- thev will under II J. II. Muiphv 1st; Iteruard e- -t possible sentence. Thev will be I lavs 2d. Itest mate 4 .ear mid oer ller-ii- .i taken to Loud, m the la- -t of the mouth for dial, after liu in their and 2d. id IIiks ( oninii inner t New York saddle chis- -. wnlk examining i i ml lie I'm e lies Law will, of this city. Only one trot and canter mare or celtliti): ut pre-ident r thi-wed 'd. -1 the count V. of stock thi- - season The at all tunes. The wits of the iilit-two Fuluritic- - attraeteil iniieli The Mule l'lituritv was derided the second ilnV when Hull Woods' great mule fdlv heat out that of hi-- , brother, .Imi Wood- -, for lir-- t IiuUoIt-- . In the rolt Futurity derided on the lust day, Walter WalkeiV great young idt by 1'arroll l're-tu- n out ot n mine by Dicnii v Dote, was given the Mile oer W. II. Murfilly. Mr. Wnlkei phy's Itohemiaii ha- - named tin- - ure;it Interior he U the fiuet Journal, and mi youngster of the fenr. Only one iinplea-iifeature wiw I iced the ln- -t tin iiml that was i f m'lirilh llu. .if tin- .li.-Kib'iii- - llutv, of Kiehmoud. let lit-- , trot the ber-- t nf him. he he did not U'et the blue ill a nm.'. Ile loie the led lihlmn off his bore, ami threw it on the mound things nnil wild Mime iitiuleasaul l'le-ide.litn about the judges. Wood- -. .if the Fiiir. iimueiliatelv rnut-flicMr. Motv'- untiles for the re- -t of the prouinm, mid informed iy ul itrikt-rmn The marriage ot Mi-- s .Mary Hello having adjourned after a Icncthv llubMiu, of this cite, daughter of se ion. The Louisville Time- - ipiotes ii Ilolcim to J. Chief Ju-tihim as n he left Washing1'eiin I,. Carroll, ot Mindon, ton: "I am (.''in' to take to the I.oui-mu- a, whieh is sehedilled lor woods us soon us we iret awav fiom Oetobir II, will be the prineipul here," -- aid Kepiesentative Hare eent of the Autumn in.Keu-tueky- 'h Helm, the lone bachelor in the delegation, wko recentlv won a The weddiii); will be n notable af- victory for renominatinii, "I don't fair, for as one will be a notable know that I shall hide, exactly, hut of. tender jears said when I Iiom to find a retreat that is renl. the ciiKiiKemcut was nuiiouiieed. ly far from the maddening "These water men always have u bit; there to commune with nature, t weililm-;.rt No le- -t and recuperate. for Such wa- - the ease last fall when me. Too nianv fluttering things." Miss Helen O'Kcnr was married to Kiisikii Caswell Simile v. of Stanfoiil Mis Sue Tin lor Kiiuleman who is ("arroll has ill with typhoid fever at her home in The courtship ot been piim; on for one year, for he the country f tinir nlonjr nicely. met Mi-- s llobsoii lor the first time when he eame heie to he the best Marksbury. 'n Sunt lev. and Mi mill to MisN Mary Chestnut ha- - leturiied llobsuu wa- - Mi- - O'Hear's In hie troiu a shoit stuy with her r, maid. No romanees wilt develop from Mr. Jnu. Wvdr, of l.eiiusto!!. Medaiiie- - Wiuton, ot Williams-bur)- ;, wiildini:, how the llobsnii-Cair.iand Steeley, of Chiittiiiioon, will have no ever, fin Mis- - llob-o- ii Carroll no arrived Saturday to be with their briilfsmniil. ami I'.iisi'-.Mrs. J. W. llaliau, who is. be- -t man. Whv the eoiiule have ileeided to conlincd t.J her bed. IlleV lir.MiL-- III., fliiini ..I riitniilii-,..Mr.--. Juo. I'ruitt, bus been ipiite hepin is unknown, and the pretty sick tor the past week. thev Mis- cirls of thi- - city are ,ee, of Fieedom, hub been will ehaiiKe the (dan and hae a visjtini; her Mrs. Jess'e Sau-der- r. ee sajs: Eu-si'- Too Much Lace for Harvey I limey Helm reman turned home Monday un:ht. coures4 ( .ui'.'re I. bo-i-- the handsome dinner set offered to the oiin' lady who turned in the lanii-s- t number if votes bv MoiMay, the 'Jlitli. Another set of the same kind - to offered next week. Much interest - beiiiK manifested in this coutc-- t, mid buyers at this popular -loie are votitur stroll); for their favorite younj; ladies. i- Miss Moblev Wins Dinner Set Mi-- s Ada Moblev. No. 1(1 in Snm Kobiu-ou- 's ureal piano contest, won Mis- - ,l0siu Walker Mi-- s Christine No-k- o Mi-- s Cliini Murtin Mi-- s Oracie Jeftiies Mi 1'redia Selt-ma- n Kliabeth Carter Good Woman Dies re-o- Kn-n- ;ii Kii-iv- ll n si-t- ! Irii-tii- n; si-t- neddiui; lully a- - elaborate a- the O'Kenr Sniifley imptiiil. wa-- , Morgan's Men Reunion. .lnJ"e J. V. Aleori.. of Stanford. of Morgan's iitteiiiled the leuui Men at INtill Spring- - In- -t week, and ie epre-iilelwas elected ot the .M.)i;;mi's Men were: The otiui- - officer- - eho-e- n Duke, l.oui President -- II. it, ,illi Fiist l.oiii-vill- e. iee pr sident iee 1 pie-ideut .1. W. il- Thud I.'V, O. S. I'.. O. I.. (luerrant, I1. Yoiiii;,-- , i' I.e.-(J. mole. Coiiiini iiiutou. nr SeeretaiN and Tien-ure- in. 'J he piiiehn-- e H. Iron: Mrs. Sallie Lea veil. t twenty f;uesh weie to enjoy served". tthe delight lid Mi. Jim Tinner has returned fmiu Lexington, where ho ha- - been to vi-- it hi- - parent- -. Mr. I'oiiitei and family huvt-- been visiting ai I'latwooil. T. 1. Chestnut bought 40 iioiii .Icfe lor them .fl per head. Chile Aiuold biniyiit ,r)0 slieep lit kt head; IS lamb, pu-seulefre-hmeu1 wen-lliiow- Jlissi Keys Oats, who has been visiting friends in Louisville, is now the vilest of Miss Mabel Haukiii. Miss Mabel Huukiu entertained at a social Saturday evening. About vvu.-- , made .Mi's. Stokely used 7.1 ears died at the home of Mr. II. W. McAfee nt Marcellus, hist Wednesday afternoon. Her death was due to a fall she icceived la- -t sprim; resulting in u biokeu hip, from which she never rei'overctl. uppoiuted to atThe A oeiatiou tend the South at North Holliuv Fork from a remeetiui; of the church cent weie n- - follows' Hev. Malum. T. 1). Di-tr- iet -s Davi- - leai-tere- t, 1). C. M. Jenkiii- -. S. Svvope, and Kdnuiuil Sutton. The school election for tru-te- e which occurred several day- - ami wa- - by fur the most exciting that ha- - ever been held ut Nice Acuilcmv, The enthusiasm mid electioneer ing exceeded the pi unary. Jlieie weie I candidate.--, put heloiw the body, 2 leeeiving only a few vote- -, while the voting on leading W. T. Doolin and W. 11. YaiiU')in was spirited and tied on the eleventh ballot. Mr. Doolin who ha- - tilled the ollice of tin-te- e creditahlv for one term not wishing the o lice longer asked the l'irrv Tugiile to cast his vote for Mr. A'iiiiIiii .who did so electing Mr Vaughn trustee. Theie was only one Indv brave enough to vote. This gives one ni idea of the percentage of the women in thi- - community, who would vole when given the oppoiliiuity. Our women do not think they would better politic or Che-tnusec-iclar- y, anv'liing ele, for that matter. llliee-Kiilie- ii massage the parts thoroughly nt each application, nnd you will get ipiiek relief. For sale by Penny's Drug Store. One of the most common ailments that hard winking people are uffiet-e- d .s with is lame hack. Apply Liniment twice a day mid Cham-lieilain- Boys' Work at State Fair. James L. Dent, Sncretniy of the Kentucky Statu Fair, (lint boys from about fifty counties hnve made application nnd submitted es says in competition for the Farmer Hoys' Knemnpment at the Kentucky State Fair during the week of September 9 to 14, nt Louisville. No papers have as yet been passed upon so competition is still to nil boys beLancaster. tween the ages of 13 to 18 vears, I'lof. I.oui- - Clifton, of Howling who will apply to him for blank-- , or (iieen lias accepted the to the County School Superintendof the new .school at I'aint ent. Thi- - should be done at once, Lick. a- paper- - should be in Hie hands Mrs. Win. Lear entertained nt a of. the committee as soon as poshaud-om- e cour-- e dinner at her pretsible. The boy winning get- - n free ty home the honor gue- -t being Mrs. trip from the time he leaves lii,s Chare- - Huidette. of Hrokeu Arrow, station until he leturn-- , including Rowland. Oklahoma. transportation, board, entrance to Mr- -. If. H. McKobeil- - was heie re- -i Mr. and Mrs. Tom Price, of High-lan- d the fair, besides the instruction that ent ho-t- e for an elaborate course are the guests of Mis. Willie is given by membeis of the faculty of the Agricultural Depaitment of dinner at her irretty Iiome on Dan- Pi ice. ville avenue, the gue- -t of honor be- Mr. and Mis. George Haly, of Xevv the State University. in Mrr. Sadie Chairs D.ni- -, of Albany, 1ml., have been tile guests Former Lincolnite Dies in Madison. of friends ami lel.itive- - here. Jacksonville. Fla. Mr- -. Anna Peikin- -, Misses Koxie Mis. Robert L. Doty passed awey The Hughes Itro-- ., have piireha.-Hall attended at her the old Kavanaugii 1'ilgi image distillery of Jennings mid Koa ed the home, on .Monday, Augu- -t 3, at five -. Hanks Hud-tn- i. Wm. Cook, the Danville fair Thur-da- y. Me Mr. nnd Mis. M. O. H.istin hae o'clock, say- - the Richmond Climax. and Ii'ichaid Hiirtou for .."i.OOO. It land alieady owiletl by the buy-ei-- -. returned to their home ut Hedfoul. Her death wa- - a great -- hock to the friend- - and relatives of the fauily, Imi. Mis. Llizabeth Carter is with but did not come a- - a surprise. She Mi Stella Lewi- -, of Kansas Citv had beeli confined friend- - at Ciab Oichard. for several a missionary from Japan mid a M- i- Polly Kevnold- of Cedar month- - by a protracted illne-- s and W. schoolmate ami visitor of Mrs. -- omo time , NelMis-for nrevion- - to her death Kos, H.i-t- in will be united in miir- - Cieek spent Sunday with it wa- - felt that -- he could nol reliage to Hev. Thomas A. Young, of lie Spiiitl. Mr--. Doty vviu Mi-- s Mr- -. It. P. .Mm tin is visiting her cover. Jane is an Llkhart, Imi. The btide-eleAiie Lackey, daughter of Mr. and univer-all- y gifted and highlv edu- di lighter. Mis. Sam Conlier at Mr- -. Malcolm Lackey, of Lincoln Junction. cated voiiug woman, being a eradil-at- e Mi.- -. Thomas Ihiitou ha- - leturu-e- d touiiiy, where -- he wa- - born March of Madison Female 1. 1801. vi-- it She iniiiried Mr. Robeit L. fiom a plea-a- ut to her sisMrs. H. C. Ito-of Hrvant-vill- e, Doty on Jan 28, 1883, and their ter. Mr.s. Will Lear at Muywood. gave a delicimi- - couie luncheon to childicn me: Robeit L. Doty, Jr., Mis. Turn Itient ami little the folNivvlng young Indies: have letuiiied fiom u vi-- it to rela- Mi e- - Hannah, F.nimn and F.lizn-bet- h Yniiti- -. of Indianapolis, Miss. and Master Mnlcom Doty, who tives in Indianapolis, hid. Lucy Walker Doty and Misses Sue Mr. Joe Smith, of (oibin, is at with their father have the deep symShelby Mason and Hemic (Jiiiton home with his father, Mr. L. T. pathy of all in their bereavement. Lear, of thi- - citv. The following brother nnd sisters Smith. -s Mrs. V. A. Lear was at a Mr. and Mi- -. Can i ley Kobert- - are also survive: Mr. Chus. Lackey leeent dinner given in honor of Mr. icjoiiing over the ariival of a set and Miss Elizabeth Lnekev. of -, Tul-:- i, and Mis. W. I. William- of Hoyle county, and Mrs. I). Ooode. of of twin- - at their home. Okla. Hev. Herald tilled h- - legulai ap- Lincoln county. Funeral services pointment at the Union churuli Suu- - were conducted at the Wednesday morning nt eloveu o'Davis' Store. oa. Muiilav seliuol - i)roire-sin- g Je- - e Jame- -, olde-- t son of Ileiny iieelv with .Mr- -. Henry Phillip.- - as clock by Rev. K. H. Haines, of the Christian church, this citv, followed Jame- - hu- - been seriously ill with Superintendent. Kegiilar appointment at the Union bv interment in the Richmond cememalarial fever, hut is somewhat im- p i oved at pic-cu- t. cliuicli is in. tollow- -: lev. Hruee, tery. J. II. White mid familv of Dallu- -. of Stanfoiil the -- econd Sumlav at I; o'clock the thiid Sunday, hi- - mother. Mi- -. W. C. T. U. Social Texas, is Hev. The Woman's Christian TemperW. T. White, Si-.- , and other leni- Ilciald of Highland 10::iO ami 7:.'l(l. Me 1. Tom Xevv hem and Car- - ance Union, of Stanfoid, gave a tives in thi- - neiglihoihiHiil. la- -t Mvei- -, (I. M. Alhim- - suld n em Iin,' mute lislo week of lliistouville, weie at the Christian 1 lie to James Itodgei- - for 'if 8" mid hIboI"'u SuiiiI.i.v chinch. Indies In ought donata veuiling steer troiu Maurice l'luiii-niionfor the settlement school at Confederate Pensions Delayed llinilniaii, which - under the for f20. . of the W. C. T. U. Theio fl. D. Hoone. wo- - in thi- - section KeV. It. It. Xotd. ii ni'iiiiiiiieiit Inenl ei veil delightful finppe ami mock ou.ving last vvceU. J lie people l oiitedeinte veteiun has received a wa- nil know him ami when they want letter lium dipt. W. J. Stone. Pen-- ii egg ki e- -. Mis Josephine Carpenter piesided at the punch howl. liberal price they geneinlly wail, F.xntuiiier lit Frankfort iiifoiui-iiisend for "Hciuge." ing him thut no Confederate neu- - iuile a nice box wa- - filled with niticle-- : Aiigu- -t Caili-l- e, I ftheets, HO pillow Sr. of Loui-vill- e. sion- - will be paid hefoie November useful hi, ilaughter, Mrs. Fied o, none of the application- - having case.-- , 18 towel- -, S diees and is Nichols and the piobabilitie- - me been acted on in time to be p.ivable apron- - and new mu-li- ii and calico that he will slay the te- -t of the uu August .3, which U the dnte'ue.xt for the gill- - to make up, about ,f:i slimmer. pieeeding November 3, on which the Will th, a nice jacket nnd a pair of shoe- -. Those who attended the so. Mis. J .0. Tucker ha- - been veiv law diiects such shall cial sick but is better ut thi- - writing. be made. While the aniiouucenieiit time. seemed to have a satisfactory 1 rank Coleman sold two cow.-anwill be u great d to culvcs to O. I), lloone but the price many applicant-- , tlie letter give- - the "Were all medicines as meritori- iinkmivvn. a iiianee that b.u-pay will bo ev- - ous as Cliambei Iain's Colic, Cholera A. J. Manuel of (iariaid has been intiiiill.v forthcoming from the date and Diarrhoea Remedy the world spending u Jew da.s with hi- - broth- - that the application ha.-- been reels in this section. icived ut the examiner's office. Hx- - would be much better off nnd the Thomas French, of Koekca-tl- e iiiiiiner Stone state- - that 2,(i00 up- - peicentnge of suffering greatly de-eased.' writes Lindsay Soott, of county, mi.vs he has iibout decided plications are on tile, and many oth- Temple. Imi., for Sale by Penny's lo move back to Lincoln. He - vi its aie being icceived daily, Ding Stoic. iting hi- - inolher-iu-lavAniaii- s I" Hoiliie at piesent. W. II. Lewi- -, the neg, Masons' Meeting The stoik passed through this Attornev Lincoln !.kI No. 60, I' ft AM , mts-(Jeiieral of the United In neighborhood Itir-- t week ami left a Slnles, has heeii chosen to canvass klal.-i- rouirauuliallua su rch (ml9 nl third Mullllar lilshtl of carh mnnlh m, i fine boy nt John Petiev's anil al-- o (he South in the interest of the llifir hall on Malu alrwl, KUntord. Ky. a nt aiir loitn fralrrnall InTiUd to U one nt A. I,. Kidd's. .publuun ticket. Prof. Ireland Working Hard W. Ireland is back from Mt. Sterling, where he conducted u teachers' institute last week. He ha- - been devoting his time to the institute work since school closed, and hn- - become so fatigued he was compelled to cancel an institute engagement at Hopkinsvillc tin- - week to get a needed re-- t. I'rof. J. con-lnnl-- Iv po-it- The death of Mrs. at Mt. Salem, Monday morning east n gloom over the entire community, although she had been in bad health for some time, having sustained n stroke of paralysis about a jenr ago. Hefoie her mariiage to Mr. J. J. McKiuney, she was Miss Elizabeth Fr.ve, the daughter of Mr. and Mr- -. John Fr.ve, of Mrs. McKuuiey was a life long member of the Hapti-- t church. Slie leaves a host of and friends .who regiet veiy much to learn of her death ami extend their heart-fe- lt sjmpnthy to the familv. her liiisband, she leaves five chil-i- ll en, .Mr- -. H. D. Lewis, Yates Center, Kan.. Mr- -. J. II. Willinnis, Jack-bor- o. of Mr- -. Kdgar Temi.. Reynold- - of McKninev, and Mesi-- . John and Walter McKiuney. of Mt. Salem. She wa- - buiied at Tuesday inoniing at 11:30 o'clock, alter services ut the grave by Mr. J. C. McClarv. He-id- es at Mt. Salem J. J. McKiuney Conductor Goes Insane apt. ran i'nce. who ran over Hie local division of the K. C mentnlly deranged nnd is in a sei ions condition. Some, time ago Mr. l'rice underwent an operation nt the hospital at Richmond nnd had i ciuorcd fiom his face a small pieco of bullet with which he was wounded sevcinl years ago. The injury had given him much trouble fu the p.ist twii eiirs nnd upon the ndviee of hip physician underwent the with the hope of securing relief. In a short time following the operation Mr. l'rice hnd recovered sufficiently to leave the institution and his duties m the and was apparently much benefitted by the treatment he received nt the hospital. His illness at present is believed to be the result of the old injury. Mr. l'rice is an Odd Fellow and a member of the Knights of Pythias. v re-urnil-roail, the democratic state campaign committee in Louisville Friday. Lending Louisville entertained democrats the .state committeemen jiflcr their meeting mid predictions for a record mnjority'iii Loliutville nnd county were made by leaders of the democracy of the Falls City. Jef-for.s- on paign, the matter of financing the campaign in Kentucky will be fxl directly up to the democrats of the state. The patriotism )f every democrat will be put fo the te-- t. No corporation or corrupt money will be nccepted for o in wnging this fight. As Chairman Camden said: "Rusiiie.ss nml jsilitics hnve been divorced, so far as the Democrats nre concerned, so it is up to the individual voter lo contribute hL, -- hare toward defraying campaign expenses. The democratic party does not intend to o'bligate itself to big interests by ucceptir from them campaign contribution-.In line with this principle, the committee adopted a resolution us follows:: "Whereas, The Democracy of th Illation is unciunlifiedly opposed to contributions from corpora" combinations and trusts, nnd the of the presidential campaign on behalf of the Democracy must therefore be met by contributions from the people nt large, be it "Resolved, That each district chainnan is chairman of tho Finance Committee of hi congressional district for the purpose of raising campaign funds." , In line with the Interior Journnl will begin in it- - next issue the publication of nn Honor Roll of democrats who contribute to the campaign fund, which will !, to roll up n great majority for MH Wilson and Marshall in Kentucky. Every democratic newspaper in the district is urged to do the same. Iheris going to be a pleasant rivalry as to which district in the state -.i raise me mo- -t money this patriotic purpose, nn.i for i, Kighth must not be behind. u-es of, dempcrats) nre looking directly to. the' people for vole-- ', mid For sirfport in "this camOov. Wtl-o- n, In lino with (lip that the i- Cholera Diarrhoea Remedy in his family for fourteen years, and that he Las tound it to be nn excellent remedy, and takes pleasure in recommending it. ror sale by Penny's Drug Store. PUBLIC SALE OF LAND And Personal Pronertv As agent- - for I. M. Moss. w will otter ho- - iarni and personal uroDer-l- v lor sale on the urciiiUe- -. on WEDNESDAY. SKPT. 4th 1912. The I'm in contains 03 l- -' acres verv fertile land. 1 mile north of of Jirvantsville on the Lexington uike and near the Camp Dick Robinson section, f.imous for its fertile soil, its spiemliil location nnd its attractive appearance. Tho farm is nine miles lrom Danville. 10 miles from Lancaster and 4 miles from lvon-tueuer over which stock. tiirm products may be bhioned and to market. 1 he land grows all croD- abundantlv. the iniDiovements nre lirst-clas- s, a beautiful large tobacco mid stock residence burn and arv buildings. The inot,lt'r1 ' tern; ban will soon run tluough this section giving connection with Lexington and other cities. The electric plant on Dix River, a tew miles from the farm will furnish iMiwer ami light for that section. Uie owner has mi offer to engage ia luisiness in ft ,.ity jj, ,ilu reason or ims xami will be shown anv tune bv the owner or undersign. Sale begins nt 9:J0 o'clock u. m. and the fnim will be offered first, llie nronertv consists of 1 Pair ot mules, lo 2 hands, four nml mv eais old: 1 pair lb 2 hands lour venr old horse mules: I mare and horse colt: 1 mare and maio mule colt: 1 familv hoi.--e seven eurs old: I ire-- h Jersey cow am heiler calf: 2 JciW heiters ! anil calve- -: Jeisev cows three cnrs old: I regi-torJer-e- v bull -- 0 mouths old 1 ' iersrv heifer fresh in Jaiiuuiy: I Jersey heifer five old: 1 sow nnd sh nigs: li Jjows will fanovv before sate: nine t li...,:.,.. i.:. ,.i Pound sliu.-iifi.'nil,,. IllllVlt'l US new: 1 MeCoriniicL- - inmvo- i1 sweep lake. 1 riding cultivator. :j double shovel plows. 2 number 12 Vulcan plow- -: 1 two. Iiorso wagon good as new: 2 sets of wagon liarne-- s: 1 mbber tile phao-lo1 iiinaboiit: 1 u eorn Planter new und other articles too luimeious to iiieutioii. About 40 ncies of corn will be sold to be fed down. Terms announced on day v)f Mile. ky Dro-isjs- ed .pei-soiml 1-ed . two-lioru: tuo-hoi-- nT?ar Mrs. W. S. Gnnsnlus, Pi"1."-'-Pa- "y Colic. a farmer he Leb-'iu'- H e, ho-te- II Hi ll i- ll It ng so-ci- er i- maii-ageme- nt nl ng ci n. i- nt He-ul- -o Mem-Ur- HUGHES ui. a. l T & S.W1NEHR0AD Aranlf. " prMnl. II. C. l'aryulr, Starttary. ar ji. r lunil. AUOl. . . "" w. -- accr?rit JC-- K . - A.. .. Mf vvf4PTfm -- , "W,M... ,ut, Wi J THE INTERIM JtURWAL, 8TANFSRS, KENTUCKY. TUESDAY. AUSUST 27. 1112 V 99 per ct. of successful business men MdWoiteBkDnotoa Jfe '!. rrtirtrf "J I"" efcki mi aVoyi "! te The Imekioi Journal H. 8AUFLET. JtftttlM OttV are .TuUklc: Mfc lorn cMmucat record ol iacome mk! r.. ", an orrjrtuaily ol Ota Whe th baak depcitot mile dtp" M the bank and wcord u Iom. "B0TTl" HELTON 1 Mixi LuIa Cox ha returned Trom n vixit (o her sister', Ncednmes T. JProprittof AL Hendricks aid L. C. lace, in MUTATE SALE OF FINE BLUE CRASS FARM As I wish to quit fannin;. I will offer for sale privately my highly improved farm of 200 acres, lying on thte Liberty turnpike one- mile south of Hustonville, Lincoln county Ky. The land is very fertile, will grow anything, to perfection, that is cultivated in Central Kentucky. In' the best neighborhood in the state. The place hns on it n mansion house of ten rooms, with all necessary outbuildings, conveiricntly located. There are two comfortable tenant houses. There are 3 large cisterns, 3 wells and numerous nevThere are 3 er fniling strrinjs. Mock bains, and two tobneco bams. The fencing is first-clas- s and much of it new. Also n silo of 160 tons capacity, n first class scales. Two hundred acres arc now in grass. Good orchard. Terms easy. T. L. CARPENTER. Hustonville. Kv - m BtT OF AIX, emt mcnrf prcStoNy, hu A TEAR BTBICTLT IN ADVANCE tf poanbfc lot him to procure a You can premotc YOUR hkccm by F.rJtrti at l portefftt at SUnferi ni rlM mU malltr DEMOCRATIC u M( becoming a dsgssiter with TICKET Lincoln CMMty Nalional Bank capital Surplus Comer Next to Cowtfense. rttMtnl WOODHOW WILSON. Tt V. THOS. K. MARSHALL $ih.om r.f I'M r.f ftnMt HABVEY f.r VtiMh't Ay E. V. Ftr Vtrcuit llrrk Frr Mtr"trott Stanford, Ky. $iet,ioo tor MtpttnUH. Th HELH fUHVEAR 3. F. HOLPAM M. FIELDS C. NEWLAND in this rolamn r et subject to th action ol No announcement! tbe Democratic primary. will b made, onlfM paid (or In adranr: Political Announcements anBounermrnti office, randidattt for Women Shoes New Fall Styles-th- ey are here--we are delivering them fast. VIKUlb J. Rtpnuttirt. McMULLI.N. r.f SUrif it. B. llAUOllMAN D. W. OIVF..N8 Ftr T. J. HILL For County Ju4gt T. A. BICE M. F. NORTH U. WEATHEKFORO PEYTON PARRIHH OEOKOE DEBORDE DINK FA KM EH WILLIAM II. I1E8TER W. A. CARSON For Atnncr V. L. BECK 8. M. OWENS R. H. BRONAUOH r. C. 8AND1DOE J. H. BOONE W. T. GARNER LAFE MORGAN r Jtflir We are showing Tan Calf, Tan Suede, Black Calf, Black Suede and Velvets. They are handsome styles, the quality good. We can fit you now. Why wait until the size and color you want is gone? H. J. NcROBERTS Stanford, Kentucky DEPOSIT BANK OF STANFORD, chartered March 9, 1854. says that practically all of the nejjroes of Uoyle county arc for Roosevelt over Taft. They probably can't forget that Teddy was the only president who ever sat down to a meal wjth one of their race in the White Hou-- e. The Dnmille McsseiiRer county democrats arc Shelby boosting Harvey Helm for the democratic nomination for governor next time. It he would mn over the state as he does in the Eighth district, there would be no heading him. Senator Gore, the blind statesman from Oklahoma, hag accepted the invitation to be one of the speakers at the opening of the campaign in Kentucky, on Sept: 19. Woodrow Wilson and Bryan will be unable to attend on account of other engagements. A local option election has been called for MuuUuinery county on Sept. 30. Mt. Sterling is now wet, and n very bitter fight is expected. A posthumous son was born this week to Airs. John Jacob Astor, whose husband, the noted New York millionaire oerinbed on the Titanic, The youngster inherits $3,000,000 nt Cynthiana. Misn Knte McFnrlnnd retnrnetl to her home in Somcrrt Sunday, nftei n two weeks' vitit to her whiter, Mr. II, C. Cat ron. Mri. Flem Snmp-onnd three daughters, of HnrbourviHe, Miss Knte McFnrJand, of Somerset, Mrs. J. R. Steele nnd two children of tliM place, motored to High Bridge Thursday. Mr". W. W. Johnton, of Danville, was n recent visitor to her mother, Mr. B. D. McOrnw. Mr. Charles Ilnnkln left Monday t'vening for Hennitnge nnd Columbia, Tenn., where he will viit friends. Mr. and Mr. J. Alvin Crnig an nounce the marriage of their daugh ter. Corn Maliel Craig, to Rev. Roy Vinet Chnpin, Thursday August 22, 1912. Wooxtcr, O. At fliomo nfter October 1st. Junction Citv Ky. Mr. Chnpiu in the new minister of the He will occhnrrh. cupy the house vacated by John Unit by nnd family. Mr. Luther Punlom, of the Rolling Fork, passed through hero Saturday on his way to Trenton, Tenn., where he tenches Mesdames E. B. Sweeney William Trosper, Mack BAiicom. J. Walker Bailey and Messrs. E. B. Sweeney Trosper motored to and William High Bridge Sunday. Miss Alma Cosby attended Camp Meeting at Aliceton on Sundny. Mrs Martha Curd, 6f Danville, is visiting Mrs. Kendrick Kellv. Miss Bertha West went to Danville Saturday shopping. Work will jrrobably be begun on the new Cumberland Grocery Co.. budding. The company lias decided to have n three-stor- y storeroom erected instead of a as wns stated in these columns. Rev. II. C Garrison, of Danville, will begin a protracted meeting at the Christian church in this city on the eening of September 10. Mi-- s Lucilc Stone, of Burgin, is the attractive guest of Miss Marguerite Keane. Mr. J. R. Osborne and family have moved here from Lancaster and are located in one of Mr Tom Cosby's houses. Mr. and Mrs. Ernet Richardson nnd Mr. W. T. Richardson went to Burgin Saturday and visited Mrs. T. L I'oor. Mi-- s Bet and Master Winfield Kclley left for Chattanooga Thursday where they will visit Mrs. an two-story, Mc-Cart- y. Shoes! Shoes!! Shoes!!! Prices cut in two. All our low cuts will be sold at cost as long as they last. Respectfully, L.L8A1ERS, M Orchard, Ky. -A THE POWER OF Name . Kidney Remedy Advertisement Broutht Great Happiness I take pleasure in stating that I have Used Dr. Kilmer's Swamp-Roo- t that I was greatly benefitted by the saiLe and have used it in my family. I had a son, when quite young be suffered from bladder or kidney I called in my physician, he attended him but did him no good. Almost by accident I noticed an advertisement about the curuthe of Dr. Kilmer's Swamp-Roo- t, a bottle and gave it to him according to directions. It cured him of what we thought was almost impossible nnd 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 all 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. Wishing the promoters of this wonderful medicine a large sale to the suffering public, I am Yours respectfully, W. II. McAFEE. College Park, Go. Witness. E. O. Williams, Notary Public. A pro-Forti- es ot You can't tell can't tell a good man by his clothe, good book by the cover, ou can't tell a good cigar by the wrapper. Neither can you tell GOOD CANDY But you can tell good candy by the name it bears or what is back of the box. NUNNALLYS Means to Candy just what Sterling mesWto Silver. At PENNY'S, The Rexall Store. Price Reductions We have reduced the price on all Men's, Ladies' and Children's Oxfords Mens' $4 Oxfords now ... : .$325 Mens' $3.75 Oxfords now Mens' $3.50 Oxfords now Mens' $3 Oxfords now Ladies' $3 Oxfords now Ladles' $2.50 Oxfords new Ladies' $2 Oxfords now Ladies' $1.50 Oxfords new them-f-let I birth. PUBLIC SALE OF LAND And Personal Prooertv As agents for L. II. Brown, we will offer his farm and personal wopertv for sale on the Dremises THURSDAY. 1-- on. It's successor: National Bank of Stanford, organized June 2, 1865. Recognized as First National Bank OCTOBER 3, 1882. This Bank has been In successful and uninterrupted operation for 58 years, and 1$ worthy of the confidence of ef the public. Open an account with us today. : The Farmer's Friends Superior and Peoria GrainDrills Call and see the new stock i i W.H.Higgins Stanford, Ky. ? i,V corn and grass land, located near the Lancaster & Lexington rake. 9 miles from Danville. 9 miles from Lancaster and 3 miles from Brv- nntsville. uarranl vmintv. Kv. near the nod Cnnn Dick Robinson section.. It has MIemli(l improvement's, consisting of 2 storv 8 room house Posted Huntina Forbidden. besides kitchen mid inirvhex. 1 tuik We, whose names are signed beburn.. 2 eisht acre tobacco barn. 2 cribs, cow liou-- o. ice house, and low, positively forbid anv hunting trrnnnrv and all other nece-sar- v out upon our premises: buildings, good orchard and 2 ten- or . F. Semonis, Win. J. Beck, Fred very ferThe farm ant houses. tile and productive nnd in high state in of cultivation as shown bv the presThe Survejor of the Customs at ent crop: 30 ncrpa in wheat 0 in voung clover and timothy. New Orleans, n Rosevolt man, was ,10 in old clover and timothy. 15 in fired by Taft. tobneco. 70 in corn and 100 or more in blue cra-- s. 0 never iniling hrrrings PUBLIC SALE on the farm mid well at the dwelling. The land will be offered in two I will, on THURSDAY. AUG. 29, tracts of 142 2 acres anil 200 acres and then ottered a n whole. 1912, commencing ut 10 oclock A. The farm will be shown at anv M., nt my farm, one mile cast of time bv the owner or undersigned. Crab Orchard, sell the following de . Sale begins nt 10 o'clock shnro and the land will be offered first. The scribed property, towit: One good brood mare and colt, Dersonnl prooertv cou-is- ts of 1C0 stock ewes and bucks: 3 yearling that is perfectly safe for ladies to PHONE 153. Jcrsev heifers: 1 Jersey steer calf: drive; one good work horse, 4 yenrs 2 Jersey cahes: 1 two year old Jer old; one combined harsey bull: six year old Jersey cow: 1 ness and saddle horse, also a lot of Jersey other young horses and mules. lour vear old cow. one-ha- lf 1 short horn cow: 1 Two extra fine Jersey milk cows. aged mare mule. 1 four veur old mare mule:l yearling horse mule; one will be fresh the 15th of Sep1 weanling horse mule: fifteen CO tember, the other the 9th vf Novempound blionts: 3 sows and uics: 2 ber; 15 head of young cattle, also sows to farrow: one mnlo hog; one some Jersey heifers'. A bunch of Deernnr hemp machine 1 marker C ewes, from 1 to 4 vpars old. hemp brnkcs:l steel roller: 1 walking 10 acres of good corn, 1 mowing cultivator: 1 Deering bindpr: 1 Dcer- - machine, buy rake, 1 turning plow, mg iolding binder. 1 plow, sweep rake. 1 cider mill. 1 grind- 1 cultivator. 1 double-shov1 garden plow, 1 section harrow, I stone. 1 corn fchcller. 1 McCormnek lawn mower: 1 two- - corn shcller, 1 pair scales, 1 corn horse buekeve mower: 2 grinder, 1 wagon nnd harness, 1 wagons: 1 Kemii No. 3. 20th Cen- buggy mid hnriitss, 1 surrey and tury Manure spreader, good ns new: harness, 1 thrcc-hoi- u side saddle, 2 (,'lmttanooL'ii Disu plows. 2 llr.iwn good as new, I man's, saddle, 1 line UNDERTAKERS AND EM. riding cultivators. J Bemis tobacco 1 new ALMERS. ALSO DEALM'iir; i Averv corn organ, good as new; suit, 1 PrincessER IN FURNITURE, chiffonMAT. planter: 3 No. 12 Vulcan turning dresser 1 bed room TINQ8, RUGS. THEY WILL plows: 1 hillside plow: 1 Diso Nar- lor, t lockers, i (lining ciiuirs, EXCHANGE FURNITURE THERE IS REAL PAINT row. 1 clod masher: 1 Kentucky dining tables, 2 kitchen tables, 1 FOR ALL KINDS OF STOCK. UNDERTAKER AND EMSALMER disc diill. one lloosier disc drill, one cook stove with all utensils, 1 good and also some stuff mixed with QIVE THEM A CALL. PRICE Kentucky ding drill for wheat or kitchen safe, 3 extra bed steads, 1 cheapening materials that is not H,,F0.2? KENTUCKY. lieiun: 1 Champion hnv ruke: 1 cutting box nnd other things too num- now sanitary couch, 1 good clock, worthy of the name. If yo have OJflceiPhono IS7. Homo Prsm Fall and Winter Suitings. 5 stand tables, 1 good washing ma- bad experience with the latter kind erous to mention. About 80 acres Ur Btw Fill and Winter Btmplei art sow wringer, 100 fruit iars, you don't want chine nnd of corn. Idid.cUod. another. If you rthnr (oron jour iLirktl. I Iktj cooprit. th. Ih. beit tin luil an;out Terms nnd date of possession of 300 chickens and many other things to prlc. who hid hi i clottua mtd. to haven't take our advice and don't farm announced on day of sole. too numerous to mention. A iuit midt to your mratur. li Buy onr real paints experiment SURETY BONDS to read mada cfotbti. To bit. hrtn uinner on tlie ground. Ladies especially invitde. Terms anil "" w ri nv vnnrmrt 'lieanrwnmnt """J !mada whin doiD' toil iianr mora tha a ". amaillv an fit " HUGHES & SWINBROAD. Agents, made known on day of sale. ww'vu a,Ma rjaiiff R.M.KIWLAHD d. Coma la and lt ma taka jour mtai and BOneV a WelL R. L. LUCAS, Crab Orchard. Lancaster. Ky. STANFQR1, KY. lire. I A. ALLEN. Col. J. P. Chandler, Auct. Col. I, M. Dunn, Auctioneer. SUMfSTtf. Ky a. O. BUPLST, Tht Prtcticol 7s0r 52-6- AUG. 29th. 1912 The farm consists of 342 2 acres of rich tobacco, hemt). wheat Mr. J. R. Whitehou-- e hns bought Dr. Kilmer & Co. the Samuel Armstrong property in Biivahamton, N. Y. this city nnd will take possesion of same November 1. The price ID paid was $1,300. For You. Marshall McCollum hns been apSend to Dr. Kilmer & Co., pointed railway costal clerk and will N. Y., for a sample bottle. likely run out of Cincinnati John Y. McGrnw is at the Lon- It will convince anyone. You will also receive a booklet of valuable don fair. Miss Mary Steele is visiting Mr. information, telling all about the and Mrs. Wallinm Dupee in London kidneys and bladder. When writing be suTe to mention the Stanford Innnd nttending the fair. terior Regular Mis Mary E. Burdette, of Wash- and Journal. sire bottlesfifty cent for sale ington, arrived Sunday to visit reat all drug stores. latives ut this pace. Mr. and Mrs. Richard Powell, of Knoxvill, are visiting his mother, Mrs. Sabrina Powell. Mr. II. B. Sik .of MndUonville, Caunty Surveyor viited friends in this city recently. General Farm Surveying Mr. nnd Mrs. James D. Shelbv n motored to Lexington Thursday afPhone 172, Stanford, Ky. ternoon on business. Bing-hamtoone-doll- ar Letter to .... .... $3.00 n, $2J5 $235 $235 $2.00 $1.65 Plenty of time to wear a pah- - $121 for the Fair. W. E. PERKINS Crab Orchard, Ky E. D. Pennington, H. B. Norfhcott AT COST For Cash Stanford. Ky. i- - Dalr Mub-hle.5- ( , Poultry, Eggs, We will continue to sell all lawns and Oxfords at Cost, strictly Produce, Salt, 1-- Lime & Cement Goods charged will be at regular price. Stanford, Ky. four-vear-o- ld Hughes, Martin & Co. J. C. J.L.Beazley &Co two-hon- -e McClary el one-hor- two-hor- se iwo-nor- l-- 3. FIRE INSURANCE d ! sires tar'ie -- " K" ' HP " THE INTERIOR JOURNAL, 1TANF0BP. KENTUCKY TUESDAY. AUGUST 27. II2 Fox-RidgeC- oal Sm BMiwtt Mnniriil SchMl AtfmMteMv mm if Hie VERY IEST SchMl, In tttt SCHOOL, NORMAL FIVE SCHOOLS IN SRAIED SCHOOL. SCHOOL OF M USIC. COMMERCIAL MOTHER OF Mate. ONtHUH LJHML SCHOOL URGE FAMILY There will lie services nt the Methodist church next Sunday The Lndics' Aid Society, of the morning and night conducted by the I he sc Christian church will meet next Fri- pnMnr. services will rlimc day afternoon ut 2 o'clock in the the conference year. lecture room of the church. VTiTS Short Local Newt. 3. 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. i 4 J. Mi G. LEWIS, PriMiMlf LhhUr, Ky. Mr. nml Mm. John W. Miller, She Keeps Her Ts How HappiiMM For Health Perienal and Social. I.illnrd wan in Danville Saturday iiliiu relatives. Dr. Caiiiiiui, of l'nint Wck, wns here to tl)(! fair the hint day. nml Walter, of Mrs. John Moi-cMrt-landwere at the Mr Friday. Mr. Juc Will Hout, f Huitunille, attended the fair every Jny. Mr. nml Mm. K. K. Hughes, of Louisville, weru at the fair Friday. Mr. Will Thurmond wuh Iiciu tlio fair Friday. Mr. Maker, of Dunvillu and Mim of Moreland, attended Kvu Mo-r- r, the fair Friday. Mr. A. Fcliind and Miss rtioper l.ml, of Dunville, attended Unfair Fridap. Mr. and Mrs. Will Heek and of Mi'Kinney, attended tlic fair Friday. Miss Jewel Sp.xinainore, of Hubble was tlii t'lii'sl tit' Miihch llurel nnd Mamie Stone for the fair. Minn Mollie Brook and Mm. J. F. lloldam ooini) down from Crab Oreh-ut- iI to the fair Friday. Mr. and Mm. Wilder, of Crab Orehnid took in the fair the laht Smile r , chil-ilreii, fr (Jcirge Hopper, from Crab Oreliord with homo lolks Friday and took in the fair. I'earl Mm. H.Urt Collier and Mi Collier were down from Crab Orehnid Friday. Mr. Alex Iknnv and Mm. Mattic Duncan, of Lancaster, enme ocr to the fair Thursday. Mm. Jcanette Phelps of Kieh- innnil. if the gucst of Mis Ik-nei- liny, Mr. Friday for the fair. Misses lleMxc and Sadie Haugh-jna- n weru here Friday from to the fair. Mr. and Mm. James Mcndion, of Lebanon Jmietinii, were the guests of rclntixe Inot week for the fair. Dr. and Mm. J. J. l'lindry and her cister, Mim Stella Sanders, raise over frw Ijineater for the fair Friday. MiM.ei MaTtlia and Helen Gill nnd Mcctr. W. H. Ilurton nnd Shropshire, of Lancaster, motored over t the fair Friday. Kd tlaine-- . W .11. Itrown, Cteil Itrown, It. K. Melloberts, K. 1). Morrnw nnd .ludse A. I). Ford were from Laneimter to the fair. Mr. T. H. Simrlefoii, Jmnes Heck, nnd Ilnys Mrtcnlf, of MeKinney, were among the many who attended the fair from there Friday. Mr. nnd Mm. M. M. Perkins nnd Mr. nml Mm. J. F. lloldam, of ( rab Orchard attended the play here ThtiMdny night Mr. and Mm. J. W. Sweeney, nml daughter, Mnrthii Ward, Mm. Hubert Kmbry nnd Mm. Fleece Hobin-hoof Ijineuhter, attended the fair Fridny. Alie Agnes (Ireen, of I'errvvillc, nnd Alie- l.oui-- e Clellaml ami Fun OwrMreet, of l'arkville, were the tninr-tof Mr. Kd Dau dunii" the fair. Mm. J. M. Hollnwav. of Chattanooga, who has been uniting rela-tie- s nml friend went to Lancaster Fndny to usit lelntive-- . before returning hnnie. Hus-tonvil- le Mi-mn. s Malloti. Mr. Howard Warren, of was the giict of the Misnea Cahbell of Crab Orchard, Mm. M K. Fi-l- i, in vittitmg her daughter, Mm. J. 0. Cunenter and Mrs. Dexter Mr. and Mrs, Kennedy Tribble, weie up from Diimijle Fri(uy at the lair. Mr. and Mm. James Menefee, of Knoxville, were the guests of his parents for the foir. Miss Florence Hay Kvnim has re turned to tier homo at Winchester, after a wit to Mr. W. It. Shanks Mr. nnd Mm. Chart. Xiinnellcy'nnd Mns t'nni Nunnelliiy. of Moreland, were here t.) the fair Friday. Mr. and Mm. llayden I,eave1l nnd r, Mr. and Mm. CIiiih Hankiii, of were here at tins fair Friday. Traylor and laiifli-te- r, Mm. Jexxie Sara, of Paris are here visiting friends nnd relatives. Mm. II. J. Mclloberts is t nniirxoiiie ,her mother, Mm. Xnthvillr Mr. and Mrs. J. A. HearlcV nnd fhildreii. of Lancaster, were here for the iuir Friday . Mm. S. P. StaL'ir niis returned, to her liotnr at Loxini'lon lifter a visit to her maiiv friends. Mr. J. II. Johnson, of London, was the tweet of Mr. 8. Albert Phillips firr the fair. Mi- -t Mary Moore Huncy is the guest of Miti.es Sadie and Hctsic Ituiiglmmii, at Huttonville. Mist Julia Heid, of Laneiittter, is the tweet of Mrs. J. D. Wcarcii and mother, Mm. Dilliou. Mi"s Mary Hom Carpenter lino returned to Perryville after a vi-- it to Mies Kate Itnucy and Mr. W. 0. Martin. Mr. Ik'o Perry has returned home from Itiehinoud where he has been months with his uncle, fur Lnn-eimtenc ir. of These Who Take Lancaster, ntlcmled the fair Friday. Her Advice Mm. J. T. HoekiT, of Middles in visiting Mm. J. II. (lover. boro, Seottvllle, Mich.- -" I want to tell yoo Mr. and Mm. Phelps Cobb, of how much good Lydta E. Pinkhm's Vcr- Danville, attended the fuir Friday. etablcCompoand and Mr. Claiborne Walton went to Sanative Wash have t,rJkiiiiitnii Saturday for a feu d.ivs. done me. I live on a .Mr. Fred Cook was home from farm and have worked Flat Koek f.tr the fair nml the very hard. I am dance. forty-fiv- e years old, Mr. M. K. PheliM has returned, to and am the mother hi home at Kiehiiioml nfter a visit of thirteen children. to his daiiL'hter. Mrs. Itichiird Hoek- not broken down with hard work and the care of my fam ily, but I tell them of my good friend, Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound, and that there will be no backache and bearing down pains for them if they will take It as I have. I am scarcely ever without it in the house. "I will say also that I think there is no better medicine to be found for young girls. My eldest daughter hM ?ken Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound for painful periods and irregular-ity- , and it has helped her. "I am always ready and willing to peak a good word for Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound. I tell every nn I mwt that I owe my health and happiness to your wonderful medicine." Mrs. J.G. Johnson, Scottville, Mich., R.F.D. 3. Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound, made from native roots and herbs, contains no narcotics or harmful drug? and today holds the record of being tht most successful remedy for woman 'c i'' known. Many people think It strange that I am of the MeKinney Fiuts J. OtitT imIn otth ih4t h (rnk arm J. FntKtr A Kcclion, was in town Tuesday to ad- nrtntr of Mm atf etolF.Tnirdn, Count? On, domr bianina la tM nd hum M Mttt Mid firm will pr Uu nm ol arorfMkl. vertise his fine farm for sale in ONB llUNimF.il lKII.t.AHS IW wh Md trtrj Friday's issue of the I. J. Mr. Ow- ntt ol CTKH trul ftanol te turn by tM aw ot ens was one of the hardest worker iuu. ciTixM nut. rnANK j aiF.NKV. Swore to btfor m and nbwnbnl m mr prtMin at the K. P. fair last week. una th dir ot DtcttBtwr, A. U lire Sam Owen, I of Omo on or Toitno. Lecu oocirrr. t ( city taxes nre due please I HyZ. I . Notait lltllt CiUrrli blond ultra rntrrntlir dill and settle. Office neat door dtrmlf npnn th Cura toand murout mututt ndof ttu th to Tribblc's More. H. D. Carter, Col- ITn. Send lor tntlmonlaw, fn. r. j. ciieney a co.Toiio,a (i'J.-H- . lector. fold tr ill nrnrctau. f v. Tut Hill runiiT rnu for toutlpttlon. Your Mid-wee- T I A. W. OLEAS0S. church, Wednesday evening ut To Whom It Mny Concern. Notice 7:;i( o'clock. Subject: "The Law is hereby given that 1 will apply to nnd the dospel' All the members the Hoard of Prison Cimmissioncrs of the church are urcd to be pres- for n parole from the Frankfort t. eiiileiitiary. Percy Steward. ent. C7-.1- k trvif, n l this l'iesb-tena- ti J J. H. Baughman & Co. Phone 11 Stanford. Kentucky Hev. elo-e- n meeting of n week at Mt. .i on with 'JO ndditious, l.'i by bap-tisi- n il J. 0. Ti Livingston has just Revival at Turnersville. Hev. John Christopherson, minis- and ntlierwi-e- . Mr. Hnymond Connctt, of Cincinnati (!ent last week with Mr. Frank Ilerudon. Mr. and .Mm. Ituscll P. Htowii returned home .Monday night from their bridal trip. Mr. Will Severance went to Monday to buy his new fall Kuodrt. Mi-- s New-Yor- k Annie Johnson is pcndin week ut the King Hotel at Crab MNn Mu Holtelaw is a week in the country with relatives Mer-ho- n, Orchard. Mr. Itw. Mi- -t Wilmoth Hell and Jfes-r- e. you Are Lucky 1 ol relatives and friends. and ehildreu. Mi Judith MeCall has dcturncd Orchard. I"ve returned hoini' after a tit to Mr. and Mm. to her home at Muretsburg after u .1. F. Cummins. u to Mitt Guiee llnuly. Miches Willie WilkiiiMin if If. II. Coffey went to Lawrence-bur- g Fnv Pevton nnd Mr. Clarlat week to take n nice posience ANtott of Pari, have returned home aftiT a delightful vitit.to tion in n drug store. Mr. and Mrs. S. M. Turner, of Mi-- s during (lertrude Wilkiiinou Danville, have been the guestt of the fair. Mr. and Mm. II. H. Price, of Dan- Mr. K. M. Walker of Lancaster. ville, were the tweth of Mr. J. II. Mrs. It. C. Hooker and children Hout and family for the fair, Fri- are viiting her parents, Mr. and day and dance t lint night. Mrs. M. K. Phelps at itiehinoud. Mr. nnd Mrs. Jnmcn Jones nnd Mrs. J. S. Owsley arrived Monpretty little daughter, of1 Temple, day from Franklin to be the gtiebt Texnt, who are relathcs of her husband, Mr. J. S. 0wley. and frietidt in this county were at Mit Minnie May Hobiiituii, who the lair Friday mingling with old hat been the attractive guest of Mitt Hettie McCann Perry returned friend". Miss Florence Carter and Harry home Monday. Mrs. J. II. Owdey, of Sonor.i, who Carter dolightfullv entertained the following the week of the fair: hat been visiting her daughter. Mis Missrs Lena nnd Mnry Die Heck, of W. L. Carlton, returned home .Mounnd- - Marguerite lin,v. Mi'Kinnev, Maria Hen Wearen left hist last Mr. Tarkingtoii, of Pnrktville. Ituhvnnd Ihhtie Montgoinerv. of Libert'' and nick for Kansas Citv, whine he has Mesers .Tulinn Tarkingtoii, of Parks. accepted a splendid position, Sam I'lther has taken ln place at bev Mile nml Hubert Carter. franco and Son's stoie. Mr nnd Mrs. John 0. Lynn are receiving the congratulations of their many friends upon the arrival ot a bouncing young son ut their home. The lad lm-- , been mimed Sam Moore Lynn lor hit maternal grandfather. Wflev and Maurice llmnphrey and friends. of Liberty, were here at the fair of Somerset, Mrs. Jim last week. w l.crc vssitir.;; her daughter, Mr- -. Mr. Steuben Sainn-oand mother A. 0. Hill. Mm. Sallie Sampson .of IlarrmU-bunMr. and Mrs. Thomas Shanks of are the iwc-t- s of Mm. T. D. Columbus On,, are here Hie quests Newliiud. Hod ii r. of Mm. II. D. Ciunnbe'l Crab vi-- Ijiii-eiiht- er is conducting u protracted meeting nt Turnersville. Up to Sunday night there were three confessions. The meeting will continue until Siiudav, Sent. 1, with services night and morning. Interest is good mid largv audiences are ia attendance. One The Kentucky Annual Confer- of the features of the meeting is ence, of the M. K. Church, South, the singing by Mr. Mills. convene" in Danville, Ky., Sept. Lincoln Horses Make Great Show liislmii, J. A. McCoy, of Hirming-haiAt the Blue Grn'.s fair at Lcxing-tn- o Ala., will preside. The conSaturday, the most valuable d ference covers about of the state and is composed of I'J.'i prize of the day was the American Saddle Horse Breeders' special for ministeis and J8 laymen. the finest reegistered snddle stallion For Sale or Exchange. My pho- mare or gelding under 4 years of tograph outfit consisting of 2 first-chi- age, which was won by the splendid enmerns nnd bnekgrounds. All Penvine colt. Auto Be Kin- - bred Ever thing complete. Will furnish by Dick Scudder, of Lincoln, and an instructor. Frnnk Cordier, How. sold to W. C. Massie, atod formerly " known fi'J- -i. ns The Aristocrat, land, Ky. under which name ho won the National The Woman's Missionary Society Saddle Dorse Futurity for yearlings. Hob Moreland, of Lexington, a of the Hnptitt church will meet with Mrs. J .1). Ends nt her home off former Stanford boy nnd brother of the Danville jiike at 2:30 o'clock Mrs. V. C. Shanks, was the big winning exhibitor of the nftcrnoon, five I'tidny afternoon. horses from his stable winning first Pressing, cleaning nnd repairing tie, of which four were champion-thip- s. of mens' nnd Indies' suits, promptly Nickel Plate won both .the done nt II. J. McRoberts' store. harness and saddle championships, while Hilda took the roadster chamWhy are Sue Bennett Memorial pionship. school graduates nlwnys successful? Pecanse they acquired character as A TEXAS WONDER. well as ability. The Texas Wonder cures kidney For Sale. A second hand orgnn and bladder troubles, removing gravin good condition. Apnlv to Dr. J. el, cures diabetes, weak and lame F. Peyton. 67-back", rheumatism, and all irregularities o the kidneys and bladder For Sale. Two sows and pigj. in both men and women. Regulates Mrs. Annie Haeklev. Stanford, R-bladder troubles in hildren. If not sold by your druggist, will be sent Insure With th Uarilnn om- oanies. Fish & iromley represent by mail on receipt of $1 : One small bottle is two months' treatment, and wcm. aii lines. seldom fails to perfect a cure. Send For Sale Privately. Farm of 1C5 for testimonials from Kentucky and acres, in high state of cultivation, other states. Dr. E. W. Hall, 2920 nnd well located. Address Lock Box Olive street, St. Louis, Mo., Sold by 210. Stanford, Ky. Shugars and Tanner. ter of the Chestnut street Christian church, of Lexington, iisisted by (llcnii 0. Mills, aUo of Lexington, Lost. Hold hroorh with sing'c peiul setting, between graded school and Prcshvteriau church. Finder return same to Mr. Ilium's boarding house nnd receive liberal reward. Mrs. H. S. Sonierville. t "LOOK Fall Is Coming ! A. n, i one-thir- ts and your low shoes are now about worn out. Come in and let us show you the new Tan, Drop Toe, English Last It will please you. We also have the new Glazed Calf, Patent and Gun Metals. Fall line now complete in lasts and sizes. Come and look 'em C6-1- C. over. 3. 2. Sam Robinson Stanford. Kentucky Special Excursion ng $4.50 Danville to Cincinnati and return VIA Oxfords, a Saturday, Aug. SI, 1912 Return Limit to reach oriainaf start-inooint Seotember 5. 1912 BASE BALL September 1st September, 2d, Cincinnati vs Pittsbura. 4th Cincinnati vs St. Louis. 3i & If these are the size you wear. To cloae out quick we offer Ladies' White Serge Suits at theae prices : White Serge Suit, aize 14, former price $12.50, 5OQ closing out price 1 White Serge Suit with black collar, size 36, former prize $21, closing out price $10.00 former price $13.50, 1 White Corduroy Suit, size 14, closing out price 1 Light Grey Camels Hair Serge Suit, size 36, former $15. OO price $30.00, closing out price, 2 White Corduroy Skirta, 23x39 and 22x38, regular $1.75 price $3.98, now 1 Light .Grey Fancy Serge Suit, aize 38, regular price $10.00 $22.50, now HAPPY WOMEN Plenty of Them in Stanford, Good Reason For It. and Ask Ticket Aqent for Particulars. W. A. BECKLER. G. P. A.. Cincinnati, Ohio. Wouldn't nn.v; woman be happy, After yenrs of backache suffering, Straw Hats and Summer Weight Clothing u Days of misery, nights of unrest, The distress of urinary troubles, When hi finds freedom t Many renders will profit by the following, Mrs. Nancy A. Logan, E. Main Street, .Stanford, Ky., says: "I st scarcely know what to say to Automobiles next 30 days: Overland, Model CO, fully equipped, used a short while ns a demonstrator. Cannot bo told from a new car, $1,100. Overland, Model CI, fully equipped, snui'o ns new $1,400. Overland, sis cylinder, 4fiiiorse power fully equipped $050. Stearns, 7 passenger, new body, new top nnd windshield, extra casing $700. ykm&i1$cij9ftik'm Mitchell, Model K 30 horse power, 5 passenger, fullv equipped and new tire,s in rear $500. Overland, Model 41, 40 horso power, newly painted, new top, with full equipment $000 Hupmobile, delivery truck, 800 lb capacity, just the thing for groeerywen, $500, Wo aro constantly tnkiug second hand ears in trado for new cars. Let us have your wants. Our 1013 line of new cars will bo ready to demonstrate, by August 20th. Wo have the following bargains to offer, at Cost Cummins JHomc of H. S. ft i $500 if sold within the Any of these heavy enough for winter. Severance & Son by gratitude to Dunn's Kidney Pill for the great good they have done me. My back had about given tint and pained mo severely nt times. 1 was weak and lame and I knew thut my kidneys weio ns the Peeretions were unnatural. I leaiiied of Doan's Kidney Pills and procured n supply nt Drag Store. Shugnrs & Tanner' This remedy entirely relieved me and restored my kidneys to n normal condition." For unle by nil dealers. Prieo 00 cents. Fofter-Milbur- n Co., Buffalo, N. V., sole agents for tlio United States. Hemember the name Doun's nnd take no other. ed Stanford, Kentucky &WM M. All Wool Clothes n JN0. 0. FOR THE JUNGCLAS RE1D, Sales Agent, AUTOMOBILE CO., CINCINNATI. 0. . t ,.': n 'it yilTi)l IQWrmmm lilml mil, im a At -- U a:, . ,i, a mi Wf Vitaai" 'W.i wmm "' ff Xi EftP a 5W v..,' '.Tngarjr H 1M ! W fcl T7T T aal2 THE INTERIOR JOUIWtAL, STAWFORO, KENTUCKY. TUESDAY. AU8UST 27, 1112 from Amlrrose Calico, of Gurrnrd, Farm for llent. 155 acres, a which cost him $150. He uUo beautiful home 3 ndlc fnnn tho bought n nice mure from Will ChanHoyle county court houo on the cellor, of the Wiilnul Flat section Lancaster rond. Apply immediateof tlii county, which cost him $135. ly to J. II. Ycngcr, Danville, Ky. Will Lillnrd W It. Hurton bought of Mr. Crnlg the llojio cotinly buyer, was nt I.nncnsler Monday, of Hnidhead, u pair of mules for and bought of G. D. Ilroyle, of Gar-inr- $275; from Pool Perkins a pair of 40 calves at $22.50 a head. horse iiiuIch for $300, W. V. lingers, Will F.mbry, of (In mini sold eight n gelding for $100 mid from W. It. high class vmrling mules to Spill-ma- n Itogeis n mare for $135. and Norn, of Hurgiti last week. Hob Thompson sii.VH he never saw grade, however, and prices did not He got a fancy price for the feeders. finer com than is growing on tho 125 acres be bus rented of bis old John Farm, out from Lango much over u cents. .Mules were rather senrce, u few colts being caster on the Stanford pike, bought pluce, and which he set iu with Km-dr- y llpuley ami Ilenrv lle-tc- r, Mr. seen unit prices nsked much too a liunrli of 17 yearling feeding cat lliree-rtiftli- !. of high, the buyers generally declared. tie from W, L. .Moore, of Williams- Thompson getting burg nt court there Monday. Mr. the crop by their deal, lie conv Joe Hales of Madison, boii"lit 1.1 barrels fident that it will go to filtv-foI,:i50 pound cattle Farm paid $20 a head for them. Will Logan ot' the Gilbert's Cieck au acre ,and he has ulteady refused to 7 Ilfrom W.' F. Park at 7 cents per pound. Mr. Hales also section, is Inlying a commodious to. f3.25 a bnriel for it. W. T. Itobiusou, than whom there puiehiised from W. II. I'ark thirtv-si- x bacco barn limit ou his place. His cattle nvcrnging nbout 1,425 tobacco is looking exc ionallv is ptobably no nunc progressive and pounds at 7 cents. These cat- well and he will soon have the bouc hustling farmer iu Ho.vle county, bought a couple of good mules nt tle wete engnged iu the early spiing. icady for it. T. W. Jones S: Co., the local buy biucasU'i' court Monday. He bought Itichumnd Climax. 111 luiii,! 11. C. Arnold, who is alvvavs on crs, shipned a load of cattle nnd a mighty nice four, car-ol- d the buy, for shipping stock, bought nogs o I lie l iiieilltlliil liiiirhi-- t (sill iiiiiI f i nm Fleece Itobiusou. of Gar rard, whiih cost him $200 and a nine jtend of smalt porkers from iiidav. Tliev got most of the iork mate mule (run Will Mack Itigney this week, paying him crs nun (?. l;. Lutes nt 7 ts U! for the drove. Jim Griffin, of nnd the cattle at about 4 cents. Kiubry, of the same county, Sor which he paid ?225. the Highland section, dcliveied to i. .'i. .viuoiti, me well known A. It. Denny, of OuituiiI, bought Mr. Arnold n bunch of the same Garrnvd farmer, bought from Jean .Monday iituii Ytillinm It. Itovntou, number, hut somewhat larger in Mi" Uuliles, n nt Gurrnrd, on Mpti for which he got $37.50. Mr. Ar day a three-- , ear-ol- d horse inidc of the same county. A who has been scouring the tor winch be paid $100. .Mr. Arnold mine mule, which cost him $275. Mr. nold knobs for these mhuII pigs, got nine sold to . H. Cok a pair of imire Itoystoii sold a pair of mules, one mules Tor $205. Tliev were three tun lind the other lime jenis old, from n Mr. Llliott for $15. to Kavanaiiuh iV Hudson, of GarJ. F. fladberiv, a well known citi- nnd seven years old. respectively. zen of near I'hil, Casey coiiutv, bus J. L. Hutchius, the well known rard, who paid him 375 for them. A. J. Thompson, of the Danville been heie for evcrnl dujs with Sam Hovlc cuttle buy it, was in lineiis-te- r J. Hell, looking for a smtiible LinMonday, and picked up a bunch Pike, bought a bunch of 111 T y coln county farm to buy. Mr. of 500 to liOO pound cattle fiom .it lit troiu Will Hester, of tho pike, here last week. They is the right kind of eitixcu for various parties, which ost him an any county uud his friends here average of about I cents. He will weighed up aliout au average of each, uud cost Mr. hoH that he will get located in this glare them (or u short time before Thompson from I to a nickel a section. sending them to market. Mr. Tout Itankin, just over the Gar-lar- d bought ii span of 15 baud pound. - C. King, of the Kn- -t Kiul lost line, who is preparing to feed mare mule nt the snme place, which a tine brood mure lust week which several loads of mules for the cost him $325. he valued lit $175. She was kicksouthern market, was at Iincaster II G. Lutes, four miles from Monday, (licking up the good ones on the lluslonvilic pike, bought town ed ou the toieleg bv another mare that be could buy right. Mr. Kan-ki- n Granville Lutes, a drove of 4(1 from which was running iu the pasture bogs with her, and the Imue fractured so bought a nice mare mule from Inst week, which weighed about 200 badly that she could not be saved. John Cress for 135. pounds each. He paid about 7 One of the nicest farms it) this Mr. Itankin bought a total of ten cents a iHiund for head of mules diiriti" the past week, goM ones. Tliev them as tliev were part of the state is to he sold ul went in n shipment public auction ou Sent. 12th, in the from various parties, paying from to the Cincinnati market. Mr. Lutes Itobiusou form ill the Hubble secfl25 to .f!75 a bead for them purchased five to their (pinlity. They were II. F. Goode. butcher cattle from tion. It olfeis a fuse opportunity of the Tuniersville for any mini hunting it money makfront four to six years old. section, nt 4 cents a pound. ing in a blue grass farm J. II. Thoiii'tsou, of the Preachers-vill- i An idea of the bri-- k trade in cat-ti- e G. W. King, of Xoiiium Oklu., who section, sold a couple of nice at Umcastcr Monday can be has been visiting In brothers, bunches of feeding cattle last week. from the nutiihcr of tunes a Mesfis. A. V. nnd I.. C. King iu the One bunch went to Anderson of d Last F.nd. let timed to his home iu Ho.vle county. There were 20 of bunch of 40 head of tilt id and jliev weighed about 500. feeders changed bauds. The cattle the west last week. Lvervonu who visited the Floral pounds each. Mr. Thompson got a first came iu fiom Puliiki. and wen-solbv their owner C. C. Itandolpb! Hall at the K. P. Fair was impress- nickel a head fiir them. He sold 20 thousund-pouuder- s to ICichard to Will Lilian!, of llovle. Mr. Li! cd with the splendid ilij!av f Cobb, just over the Hoyle line, at bird did not keep them long, soon farm products made by Mr. W. of them to Albert Owens, P. Oivens, of the Shelby City sec5 cents a pound, and they will of Piencbcrsville section nt a tiro, tion of this nullity. Mr. (livens bad be dcliveied in October. George Snionainore, one of the fit of $15 ou the hunch. Mr. Owens on exhibition three samples of nlTa!-f- a hunting himself nnd best known young Lincoln county was baigaiu from his splendid farm, tin disfarmers, bought the T. II. Itobiusou uuieklv had a sale made to Tom play being the third cutting, and lit. farm, on the Itichmond road, two Duckworth, of Garrard at $23.25 ou expects to have about two more miles the season is over. He aNo fnnn Lancaster, this week. the head, netting: Mr. Owens n pro. and will move there to make his fit of $15 on the bunch aUo. had splendid snmplcs of outs, wheat T. I). Chestnut, of the MurUbury millet, clover and sweet clover. Mr. home. There are 130 acics in the place, which is one of the nicest section of Garrard county, has been (livens took the pieiuiuin on bis little iarnis around Lancaster. Mr. making sme sales of iack and mule farm display at the lllue Grass ftiir Spoonnmorc paid $!)(! an acre for it. stock lnti.lv. He ..M t Frnnk Ilob- - last vear. defeating a Fayette fnnn-e- r, Hughes & Swincbrond, the hustling iiison. of (he Maine section, n jenny who had been tviuning it for a leal estate men of Laucnstcv ban- with a young iack colt for $200 number of yeurs. This venr that died the sale. for the pnir. Mr. Chestnut sold n "ring ut the lllue (Inis, fmr was W. It. I tin ton. the well known mare mule colt to Green Howling, or cut out for some reason. Mr. Giv-ei- ts horse and mule dealer of Lancaster. I the Mnrcclliis section of Hovle. for has been wannlv congratulated wns on the look for some good stuff which he received ul ...i ..... ...... .. $110. Another . liii.ili liik .lihi.trii ... 111.. Tnli. Ii.irii 1l ,'. at coin t there Monday but didn't imiif iiiuie roil Weill In I toll Kiitlklll ' is proposed to offer Aberal tn- find much Hint suited him. How- or the I ledge, ilh community, fnr iniunis for each dupluy us this nt ever, he got a cotton mare mule which Mr. Chestnut got .S0. ii'iMt vtui'b fair. .1 B t years old mule, one mule, five coming 5 Mule Colts-- 3 mares, 2 horses 2 fine Jacks, 6 and 9 mules, all well broken and good Horse Mules 1 pr years old mules and one. three well hiokeii. two brood mines, one 3 Filly Colts 4 and 6 years old mare mule colt, and tweutv five 40 Ewes and 2 Bucks 2 Jeewets, 2 and 4 years old stock hog. AUo about four hunCews-go- od milkers 14 Short yearling steers dred bales of liuv. ono Vulcan plow. 5 Durham L'(nt as new. one cutting harrow, 2 yearling Heifers 5 Calves, 2 of them fine Bulls binder, good as one Mcfoiiunck wagons, two e 1 About 500 bales of hay new. two fine black Bull ding bairoMs, one slide and other 1 Binder 3 Cultivators farming implements too numerous TERMS All sums of $25 and under, cash in hand; over to mention, uUo about 30 acres of com. that ameunt, negotiable note, payable in bank, 4 months Dinner served on the grounds. car-ol- d four-vcar-o- ld four-vcar-o- ld Farm at Private Sale Morclnnd, Ky., August 2.1, 1012. we the n To undersigned will sell privately our mnnnnMli9Tmn- splendid blucgrnss fiirm of 100 acres, in Lincoln county, Ky., of n mile cat of .Moreland station; house, six rooms, moilt'rii dwelling cellar under house, c.tal house, buggy nnd incut house nnd good chicken house, large barn, 18x71! ft., 20 ijjjil-SSnWsft ft., wall, fruit of good unities, consisting nf grapes, chetries, plums, BODKBON REMRDY CO.. Lexington, Ky, poicliiw and apples. An abuudanic Kncloted thai wai cured ot of water and farm well set in gross choltra withHad photo ot hogHog Cholera Htm. your Boutbos and clover ot, luxuriant growth, ex- cdr. This hogwa aimoit dead betora tiling the and then wn entirety cept 7 ncres iu com. If sold soon reptmrdlclm,ears. tall. etc. The hog it cured, ex. Ion ot owned br Mr. Skllei Rwlng. o( Howling Oreen, Kr. He will sell at a baiu.iin. gire you a wit: be on can get glad to more It you teellmonlal, and we l'or further infoiiaation, call eeveral want them. DRUO CO., or write the undersigned nt More-lanBowling Greco, Ky, Ky. J. C. Ford. S. M. Owens. Aak Your Dnifgltt for It the Green l.,il or Strncd. From It. C. I locker will feed n number river Hcitinn n brown mare mule. rewnrd for rectum to W. O. Wnlker, of shoals nt his farm, on the Knob Gll-Lil-pike, iiv miles from town, Stanford. K. C. Arnold delivered to V. II. I'mfonrond sold three but- - this fall. cheer heifers to It. (A Martin, of him this week a drove of 24 head, Danville last week, for which he for which Mr. Ilocker paid .f 57.50 was paid 5 cents a pound. Mr. Un- for the bunch. II. D. Holtrclnw, of near town, derwood sold a nice mule colt to S. shipped a car load of porkeis to J. I fell.' for $105. motorist nnd I but UK snved his money I did not. HK That maikct last week, d sow left my the Cincinnati Lost. A lives hi? old age iu luxury, with automobiles and servants I nm which he hfld boucht in small heap. We had the snme nearly starving on the world's scrap place nt Turners, ille the 12th; reThe from various chance." wnrd for icturn to Granville K. bunches drove iu the partic. from largest enr were Lutes. Henry Cutron, of the Crab OrchHill Ross, of the Wnvnesbunr sec ard section, which weighed up t tion, delivered to Gianville Lutes u about 125 pounds apiece and hiought Kender, save while there is yet time. bunch of 30 hogs last week, which 7 cents n pound. Open a bank account hre today averaged in weight from 100 to 150 A dollar will be sufficient. Charles Lutes, the prominent and pounds. They went nt 6 2 cents a popular stock dealer, left with his pound. Mr. Lutes bought from Wnt family for (loldsboro. N. C, Monday Ilrown. the Casev btiver a couole of night, where lo will deal exienshelv cows which weighed 800 and 000 in horses nnd mule flesh thi winter. n piece nt from 2 2 to 3 4 cents. This is Ins second season there, and Stanford, Ky. Fiom Walter Martin, of the Tur- - be beliew's. will be as successful or Capital $50,000. Surplus $500 nersvillc section, he got three more so than last ear. Mr. Lutes heifers at 4 cents and n drove bought a nice pair of uged mare J. D. EADS, w. l. Mccarty, Pres. of 10 hogs. ,,t 6 2 cents. The shonts mules from Kird Mutheiiy. of the J. S. RICE. V. Pre. G. L PENNY, V. Pres. tipped the beam at about 100 pounds Somerset pike, four miles from town PHILLIPS, M. B. SALIN, Cashier. 8. ALIERT E. S. Mayes, the Washington leaving. He gave &I75 for l county hog breeder, who paid $500 before them. tor u single Diiroi boar held a sale winning ponies, Two Mr. J. T. Morris of the Saufley last week, which is pronounced bv .shown of the prize FARM AND STOCK NEWS section, on the Somerset . pike, four innnv nsthe greatest hog sale iu changedat the fair heie last week, hands almost before tliev miles from town, delivered to It. I, Konlucky in years. 1" sows bred to had been taken out of the rings, Top hogs 'were $8.75 at CincinArnold this week, a heifer for which Defender and 2 boars and 2 sows wearing the blues. Dick Scudder nati Tuesday. lie paid her 18. He also bought a sired by him averaged $120 per bought from Adam l'ence, repreYeuiliiig Shropshire bucks for caif from "J. 11. Sears, of the head. The highest priced sow sold p gale. W. C. White, Parksville. church section, which for $.135 and a boar sired by De- senting his sister,' Mrs. W. J. Dozier n collide of beauties, one n marc For Sale. 15,000 tobacco sticks cost lihij $11. fender sold for $225. A" number of mid the other a horse, for --100 for A. Givens, McKinney, Ky. 04-t- f. week spring pigs nveraged $28. The av- both. Almost J. Monte Fox, of Danville last immediately afterFor Sule 150 extra nice ewes, purchased 315 bead of export cat- erage of the entile sale was $70. ward. Mr. Scudder sld the mare to just in from rfie mountains. A. T. tle, averaging 1,550 pounds, from W. I'. Oiinies, whose son Joe had 67-- tf Nunnelley. Hubert Gatewood, of Montgomery made sueh a good show with her in Public Sale of Land For Sale. Aberdeen Angus cat- county, at 8 cents n pound. The the ring. Mr. Scudder got 200 for mules from colts to price is one of the highest ever paid tle both sexes; her. He thinks, however, tlmt the AND PERSON LTY. . four year olds, tliuioughbrcd boars for a similar herd in Kentucky. The other tmiiv is worth linrre. and Is U. II. Crow, exporters will be shipped to England ready for service. holding her nt a much hiher price. Joe Sliller. formerly of Lincoln, Shelby City, Ky, Ky., phone 8 two for the feasts of the blue blood- -. As executor of James Hobinson. f. Powell and Depp, of the West End deceased. I will sell to the highest was t Crab Orchatd and here n rings, Junction Ex. at his Stray sow came to my place, sold a bunch of white faced year- and best bidder Lincolnlate residence shoit time Saturday looking for county. Kv.. horse for his great 101 Kanch wild near Hubble iu Owner can get same b paying for ling steers this week at $0 a hun- on weighed up about G5-west .show which is now iu Louisdred pounds. They keep and this ad. Jas. Messer THURSDAY. SKl'T. 12. 1912 ville. Mr. Miller did not find many Now is the time to give your or- 800 pounds each. They also sold following wersonal nroncrtv and animals which suit him. but picked der for fertilizer. I have Swift, Ar- for shipment U the Cincinnati mar- The The side will begin up a stiilhiiu lieie which he bought ie.il estate. mour uud Globe. Get prices. E. T. ket it bunch of shunts at $0.25 n nromutlv at 10 o'clock A. M. The t. bundled. The porkers weighed about farm is composed of about 205 from II. I). Holtchiw for :i."0. The Pence, nnd of it For Sule. Loose buy $1J per ton S3 pounds on the average. They acres and is about five and a half auimnl is u fine delivered a .eailing heifur nt a nick- miles from Lancaster, six nnd a golden yellow color, being erv lin- A. W. Carpenter. Moreland, Ky. Woods Walker, of the Paint Lick el a pound less $1. half mile from Dan, ille. and about iisiiallv marked iu that iespct. nnd Over ill Gurrnrd It. L. Elkiu sold five and a half miles from Stanford, u very handsome lmr.se to look at. section, bought a handsome suckling the old mare mule colt fr.mi John Cress, of to Jim. Anion a Shetland ponyjnare ami is divided into tracts bvturnnikc He is sired by Walter WalkerV old the Pieachersfille neighborhood, last for $175; G. 11. Swinebroad" pur- Daui1le uud Lancaster one tract, sire of the same color, and he took T"0 iu Mr. Miller's fancy the minute he week, lie is hunting a match for chased of J. Fleece Hobinson a pair with about 05 in acres -. anotli"and about her to make u team and will be iu of extra nice four year old mules for unusually well watered looked nt him. This is an There wete about 500 head of this section in a few days looking $500. W. H. Hurton bought of Mr. farm, the land lvin" urncticnllv lev Crni". of Brodhead a pair of mules el and is nil under good fence. The cattle on the mniket at Lancaster for one. II. U. Hutler, of Knoxville, Miss., for 275. From Pool Peikins a inir t'n nn will be offered iu two tracts Mondnv and the trading was brisk bought of Glcnworth Stock Farm ot horse mules for 300. from Willie and then as a whole and the highest on everything offered. Most of the accented. This luff ptesent was of a inrilyun oger, n mare for $135. from WiUe an, I best bid will bo :,i last week ,si yearling stud by central KenKing, out of Nellie Almont, Itogcis of Paint Lick a gelding for farm is unexcelled tucky iu its fertility, beauty and Dignity two. by Almont Dare, son' of coincidence. What is known as the Mr. T. V.. Thatch, prominent At- home tiiict has been used almost exPare. The colt is unbroken, but a very fine boie, and registered as torney and saddle horse breeder, of clusively for a stock fnnn for fiftv-see- n sixty five acres Mont. ISohemiuu The colt is of Cleveland. Tenu., yesterday, bought eiirs. of Allen R. Kdelen. after inspecting iu irgin soil .in blue grass, with chestnut color. Price paid $500. For years large numbers of cnt-t- le u huge number of colts and fillies -- oniH vcrv fine sugar trees walnut s;xtv nsh have been slopped nt Curley's .it Gleiiwortlt Stock Farm, a two- - and been timber. About aliout acres bus iiltv in blue grass distillery, at Camp Dick Robinson. ear-ol- d chestnut stallion by eurs without being nlowed and the King, Mr. remainder This in the future will be done away for $1,000. of the ulace bus been two beautiful farms plowed only a few times iu fiftv with. This slop will be run through Thateh owns a largo compiessing machine and near Cleveland. Tenn., on which be venrs. The home place is watered bv six then sold for feed stuff. The large has some valuable brood mares, nnd cattle pens at Curlev's will be torn pioduco saddle horses for the Ten- never failing snrings. two wells, one There pond, down. nessee inaiket. The young stallion good huge nnd a liirsre cistern. stock residence, a good "Missouii Wonder" the gieat Imught oi Mr. Kdelen will be placed is a barn, and a tenant house on the bow jack, shown 21 times and win- at the head of his stud, and the colt home ulace. ner of 21 blue ribbons, has been will be shipped tomorrow. He is a ash. one TIIItMS. One third sold by Suppingtvu & ItrocKmuu, of very handsome fellow of a rich tliinl in one year, one third iu two Centralia, Mo., to a Californinn for chestnut color nnd very fashiounblv venr-- .. Notes will be reuuired nnd a lien retained uimn the land notes $2,400. bred, being out of a Penvine dam. beuiiug interest nt the into of 0 per cent from the date of the sale. Anvone desiiing to lok at this farm will call upon either J. K Itobiusou. nt Lancaster. J. A. Hobin-soJr.. John C. Itolfuisoki, Danville. Kv.. who will lake pleasure be sold from all I will sell to the best and highest bidder, at my farm four in showing it. or This will the highbvbid to without reserve to miles from Stanford, on the Hustonville pike, on est nnd best bidder. ThU is n rine importunity to Mnin ne of Jim best in mis in the blue giass of Kentucky. The following is n part of the Twenty six personal piopertv: the following stock, crop and farming implements: nualitv good, 1.200 pound cattle, 12 Brood Mares, 7 registered in A. S. H. A., including the five good milch cow. grade heie-lord- s. grade hercford good two 2 !Mule noted Lady Dare ZZ63. born bull, heifers, one short three culxes. sixtv stock ewes, ouo 3 Geldings, 4, 5 and 9 1' Stud colt, 3 years old, sub pair of aged woik mules, one five- ve 51- HERE'STHEHOG a Cs. splendid Ilnrgaius in Our drain Farms. spermines Improved ALFALFA Farms, nlo Fruit and Poultry Farms. We hac the Farias they all Want, Locntion, Near Towns, (lood Schools ,nnd Churches, fine Climate: excellent Witter. Seild for Lists, Then See Tor Yuiiivelf. 30I-Suiety Itld'b, Muskogee. Oklu. Amu offering Are nnd Stock tan Rtsrty jut Fii-iln- il ur life together Restarted d. JENKINS-8UBLET- T -I -2 With the Same Hope of Success, thiee-vcar-o- -1 ld -2 400-ioiin- n. let-din- (lad-berr- liu-cuMi- STATE BANK & TRUST CO., 1-- 3-- -2 Hut-chi- ns I- -1 64-4- -1 opH-ituiii- t. 400-uoun- d GO-t- -2 3. be-fo- ie G5-3- ,,, n'-n- Reduced Rates to Lexington , Reduced Rates to Lexington August 31 to September 14 Come to the Great Retail Market of Centra) Kentucky. Public Sale! two-year-old u. Wednesday, Aug. 28, at 10:00 a. m. During the running races, greatly reduced rates on all railroads will be in effect points to Lexington and return. A splendid opportunity is, therefore, afsee the sport of kings and at the same time to inspect the greatest and forded you best assortment of fall stocks of merchandise ever seen in Central Kentucky. ject to registration 16-hand ld You just ought to see the splendid display of goods now carried in these stores. And the best part ot it is the value you receive for your money. On the same trip you can see races (never better than this fall) to thrill you through and through. This you can do for just a little more than one fare for tho round trip. A great big opportunity, isn't it? Then don't miss it. tuo-hoi- frem date, wish interest W. H. MURPHY. Any further iufoimutioii cult on J. E. Reblnssfl. Attv. Lancastir. Kentucky T.'D. ENGLISH. AwHhmt. Cuut. I. M. Dunn Auct. Tt Vevfttw n HvVftvvVtv aA 07-4- t. I Come Any Day Come Every Day During the Races September 14 August 31 I iftrt j: