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Interior journal (Stanford, Ky. : 1912): August 30, 1912 Interior journal (Stanford, Ky. : 1912) 300dpi TIFF G4 page images Shelton M. Saufley Stanford, KY 1912 int1912083001_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 30, 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. s7 TJf- - ,f ,tj 9 J w CIRCULATION-OVER " . A , . ii WN n J,? - "it 1. 3.M0 COUNTRY NEWSPAPER IN THE STATE OF KENTUCKY. int. Lnnucai wr ni J NO. 70. The Interior STANFORD. LINCOLN COUNTY. KENTUCKY. , el.-u- Journal Fill DAY, AFOl'ST .'10, I fMptr will step when thm ( . I Watch the date en yovr laM ( and Renew Promptly. FOUNDKD SCUDOER 18(10. 53d YEAH. 1912 TUESDAYS AND FRIDAY FARMING Hustonville. Distinguished Jurist Here BUILDING SILOS Good Woman Dies at McKlnnev MRS. J. L. B. COFFEV MAS Tho protracttd meeting that is m Mrs. Cloyd Hughes', aged about Juilse John D. Cm roll, of New EXCITING EXPERIENCE progress nt the Presbyterian tliurth Castle, was lieio Tuesdiix, shaking Will Shanks Gets Three Crops Tills is belli;; Imcly titteuile.l, mid all Lincoln Coun.y Farmers Kceplnq In ,.'10 years, died as a rcsulb of Blight's Front Rank of Proqress fricinls and Season Otf Six Acres disease at her home at Mckinney Unknown Man Tries to Pull Her who fail to take udxnutiiKC ol this Splendid Prices Realized at W. H. hands with his ninny itoiiiK a 1itle cniiviissiiiK in ilia in on Monday nnd was laid to rest on on Moving Train With Almost meeting me suiel losinj; u t;reut Murphy's Sale Buyers Here Conxinciiif; exidence that Lincoln Wednesday nftcrnoon. terest of ins eiin.liiliiev lor '.l She is T,ul th(,ru nrL, ,1( moro irutucn ileal Serious Results Stock. county farmers are keeping step After Fine ti.ni to the C'mu I of Appeals rromior ht.lellllll0 ,rmers niiywhcrts than by her husbnnd and three .Misn Snllie (looch has letiirned to this district. .IhiIkh Carroll reeeneil ,nMV (lf j,,,,,.,,!,, t.out'8 H.,t nii- - her home in LouiiXille, ufter u short with the progress of the tunes, is small children, xvho haxe the sympaMrs. J. L. B. Coffey, of Frankshown in the large, number of silos thy of many friends in their great Splendid prices weie lenlircd at H'o ilea ralie nommaiion wiinoiu (1 ,uriMM l3 ,t.iK .leinonstrated ex- - isil to her parents licit. which are being erected oxer the loss. Before her uiariingn to .Mr. fort, who has been xisit ing her fathV,1l Smks, president of the first lio stock sale of tliu scu-o- ti oppositiou and has no opposition )ny (ll .Mis Held, ot Dauxille, Is the county. Dr. W. B. O'Bannon, and other A few years ago, n silo Hughes, tlm deceased was Miss er. County National Dank, jiiiest of Mis, ltlaek Uncus. to lio Iiclil in Lincoln comity. from the lepublieiiiis as the district- j ,ilt. j,llu.() here for scleral Weeks, was almost regarded as a curiosity .Mane Alcorn, n niece of Mr. Hd- - relatives , dispcisul sale mostly of is Inrpdv ilemocralic. .ludiro ( art. f the most extensile farm-ro- ll It wiii ii Miss M. .Mo.ne Kimcy, of Stan-lorhad a xery nnrrow escape from in this seetion, nml now there is xvaid denioii-iniin- v has niaile mi ex. t Jiiiljje ami ,.j( , ,l0 C0UlltV 1119 owned by Alcorn, of Hustoiixille. saddle bred brood marcs wn the picst of ltientla here hardlj mi up-t- o date fanner in tho dentil under the wheels of a train Irien.ls heie were chid to ""Utratt.l what can ho done with the lat week. V. II. Mm phi, iiml was conducted ut the CVub Orchurdi depot last who bus not one, or xvho is count or their eiitliiisiiism 'j,,,,, ,1L t,nH n1j of lIll(.7'll j(r. Junction City Wcdntvduv liy dipt. T. 1). English, him insurant e Mr. 'lliomas l'eacoik, of Hobhins, not preparing week. Together with some to haxe one built. Shanks hnd nbotit sit neres of his Tcnn., arrixtd Satut.lay lor u shoit Phillips Hi os Burglars broke into tliu storeroom he had spent tho day nt Crabfnonds the IiiiiuImiiiiip. t'ariii of Mr. Mur- support. nt Orchthe concrete men of urn Stanford on fm nt on the Somerset lake, thiee xisit to lelntlU heie. phy, fixe null's ui'TTTu tin city, haxe made a specialty of of .Mr. II. C. Cutron early Wednes- ard, and while waiting nt the depot MI'jQieDUrfli !i Tin- - mile -. Ml'day morning, but were surprised by for the lute afternoon 'numl in :i!c fruni tu'vn, "hieh tliu Hilstoiixille pike. Wl'llvr Vl!!!U!'Jllf, f Dilll- - m!o during t horse-ineI- i- proliiiiH-n- t Wnriants were sworn out last barlev last fall. He kiiuh it xcrv xillt. was hire lor u tew dax-- last nml work kept u the pa of summer, Mr. tntrou, who find several shots across the track with train, walked largely iittctiilt-ithem to iLe haxe force oxer 'JO ut Hum. Luir's bloodhounds e lads rlo-durinj; the winter, nml when week. week lor the lines! of the-mutt' dealers anil buicrs. weio old sulphur well to get a drink of men bus, all season. They utv eliurmni; hprnm eaine. took Ins leeilers otf. The feattuo of the sale was tlm of the 1'nhiirv .Mr. SueMolies ot Temple Texas, built silos fin-- J. W. Williams, haxe 'phoned for und trailed the scent to the water. AVhile they wcro nt tho out the home of a well known sou of knocking otf of tho iclcbrutcd lir.ioil them with innlmi; S. W. Black's Aloni; early in June he cut (he was licit.1 lor u lew dajs last week. on the Knob Lick pik George Hnn-kiwell, a freight train pulled in to tho , patch, but we learn that lev mid it made 11 bushels an acre. mare Mi.iy ware, n nicsier ih-Mis Hessie lliflu xisitetl Miss of the Hubble seetion. Lee Han- Hum. Nothing was tuken from the tit pot, between them nnd the depot. It. S. tho matter has been compromised. n.it bad a hit that he Mntruie Staa!;, nt Stanford, last kiu of the same section, Calxin Car store, hut urrests are pietty certuiu Just then the pnsenger tram .mt of an Faglo llinl ilain, to canio SemliliT mi'l W. O. Walker, n this llu Hull Monties nocked to Lib - had L'rn7cd it so closely. On the week lor the K. P. fair. blowitig around the curx-e- . penter, J. K. and Jones Haughman, to follow. M, II. Hudolpli has returned Judge William C'larkson celebratcounty for S0O. I.aily Dare is the erlv Mi.ndav in olicdieiiee to the call -- "lb of dune he plauttd tho six Mr. The ladies, accompanied by of the West Hnd, while Forestus ed his ninetieth birthday Tuesduy by St nc, wero puzzled how they Dr. They acres to coin. This crop is now nfter a short xiit to Mrs. L ilain of the second rililion winiiiT. of Chairman Simon Wesley. Hcid, of the Ilustonillo pke, A. II. wcro liy Bohemian Kmi' went down in (,'reat herds, nml weie.lassiMnis. A few wieks n"o, he Bohemian Art, Hnstin, of Lancaster J. J. Allen, of gixing a handsome dinner to his. to get nboard' the passenger, when .Mis. Will Miuphy mid children, the West Kmi, mid son, grandsons, grunddnughtcra, tlm freight conductor told thctn to Some 'mimciI mi in the coin rows, nml it in tho ureal Saddle Hor-- o I'utiintv of all sorts and descriptions. II. D. Hair,'hman, nt the Itluu Gross Fair two weeks had horns, while others were either. "l now und tlonn; line, mid when were unfits of Mr. and Mrs. Smith south of town, huxe contracted for nephews, und niece. About forty wait nnd he would break his train oiii); to Powell Tuesday. H shucked, he is ago, nnd bin is now in foal to the niituriil mulies or bad been dehorn- - l'11' ' wcie picseut to wish him many rep- for them. This silos and will keep wurkinen did. fine pasture, Mis Llla Hi,'tiey xisit oil friends until bad weatherthe sets in. busy etition- ot tha day. Judge Ciuil:-so- u they got throughhoit, thebut just as wime sire She is one of the most ed when caht- -. Indeed there weic ,'""' another passenger The blue grass sec- lots of them and their nppearnnce Of couise, wuither conditions lire at Slmifotd (luting the fair. notlooks like u man o fifty, noted mares in the begnn pulling out. Seieral of t'.o Phillips Pros., haxe been compelled as taxorablu for such withstanding his grout uge. Mis Kiln I.ce Harnett was the to order a tion, ami liujcri were heio front at Libert v brought consternntion tol'iot second silo mnehine, 0 ladies Mrj Maiy E. Hankiu luio ictiun-e- d other caught who xxtro iu front, rnn never.il uounties nfter her. l.en U. the Taft fones an,l cnusid Ihem to "iiciisiw. laiminx as tin- -, excryvea- - uitfsts of .Mi Hlauche Vandexeer henxy haxe been their oiders and it before it began to this .n.i i.ii, from a two week's stay ut Ulixir gather momentum. L'delen, of Btirgin, owner of Holiem-in- ii reiilie thnt they were out of bill ...... ..... ill, j ti. .... ....... ... SUVW J'n.Iiii. o.ittfn, m'LTI IU 1....M season for these and Springs. what tan be done b n piuctical .Mi Kim;, ciuno hero with the intenI'risfillu Newborn xisitcd Dr. eiotiomicnl aid to feeders. ness. Mrs. Coffey saw that she could Mr-. rarmu who watches In.-- opportui i and .Mr. T. W. Pennington for the Fliaheth Owens, Mi-- j Fliza-bet- h not tion of paying as Inch as t'iuO f(.r Mr. nnd Mrs. Jason Coffev are in inn mid make it, and wus about tics. ami Scud-dK. of P. Fair. nnd Master Owens left her, lint Messrs. Walker Coffej's A NOBLE WOMAN to make no effort, xvhen a man who as Nebraska xixitiiii; Mrs. Thursday for Birmingham where Miss Klimheth Phillips was the were prepared to go as Inch brother. wus on Fair Dance a Success jjl,fl00 far her, if need lie. Soon afuct of Mrs. Will Mjers on last Born In Lincoln. Dies In Lexinqton they will xisit Mrs. Jack Townsley ruuglil standing both the platform,her by C. T. Chiunch is iibsMiih; nrms nnd cnHe. "Miturdiiy. and .Mr. txerett (Jxxens. the hail made the purchase, Hev. A. S. Jeffries in a incetiui; at ter Tliu minimi fair danco, which wus depxoie.l to pull her up. He was After Lonq and Useful Life. Lot. U. 1). .McColluin is iisihng Mrs. Cli.'iiles Schiller, of St. Louis offered ."00 lor the next Friend-In- n. they were " "e --'. ot Aui:u-- t proxed to Minks sup-- , fn-Hex. friends at Paint Lick nnd Lancaster not strong enough to do so, and afoeiison to her. They will probably plied for Dro. ClauiK.h here Sunday. uc Kreat exent. Mani ihuiver is xisitin her parents, Mr. and Mrs. The Lexington Leader contained Hex Pen- Mr. and Mrs. K. T. Burke xisitetl ter mugging her for a short dissire lireed her to the noted ep .. ..p ao run r ncBibli-- at the James P. Goo.le. " . INv. John Daxe.iport. of A.knu- Mes.lames (J. C. Itiffe and W. M. the following on the death thereof Mis? Lina Palmer in .slauij'd tance, was compelled to release hr Mile, lioweler. ah (HUT i -- i" hands. She fell violently to tha .i V..s....,"':e hal' tWther with the belles Mxers spent Monday mid Tuesday .Mr.. J. .M. Hocker. xxho.su hiisbiiiul Tuesday. ...o .. has heen refused for a two- - cur-ol- d n,,d tnpM ll.e light .,.,. ,,,;.. He W.7S a delegate to the was mi uticlc of Mt J. S. Hocker, Mis-e- s at Chattanooga. Louellu and Ituth Linglo ground nt the side of the track, and hers by that sire. colt of '",' Mn,"W "l ,Wuh!- UM'l: at .Mr. Frank Weatherford hns re-t- of this city, and who was herself a returned Tuesduy from Aliceton, bystanders say that had not Dr. Mr. Walker bought an.ither nmre, Hull Moose l co.ixei.Uou .. ChiacRu. ciiesiiu, ol . l,;a limit a juiu i nv and pulled dam net! fujm u delight fill whti (it haxe been guests of M.S. Stone quickly caught herundoubtedly xiit to 'intixo of Lincoln: Nellie Almont, bv Almont Dare, ,llu """'"B- I!,,,,r ' I her uwu, she xvotrld .he !..-. Trtl.lv will sweei. jl.it . 71 ..I. II II.. Siller Kun; by On Time, fur which Dm .....i.ilr--' . tl..nk.we J. ", "u""-,- 3 Mi .Miirniv Adax, at Hiriiiiiiuhnm waA long und beautiful Christian life Samuel Hays. -""" ".'. I ended Sunday morning nt 1:30 f Masters William and Moe Wcst-- have gone under the wheels and have he paid $100, and before be left. Mr. .......... j, nn.l .....I lire of the snme "."" ',,r- - ut,"- , i''antl, Mi, l,jle Ala. Muster will do f ,.! Mi field, of Paris, ure with their aunt, been crushed to death. As it xvas Annie C1li is the t;llet of oVloik, when Mrs. Harriet .Morrison based her buk for $500 Murphy pun Coo, ptT nml Mr. Slii4tit t'nrnn -, her xi hole body was badlv bruised Hocker, widow of Mr. J. M. I locker, Mrs. J. It. Steele. i v.. . . i Mules, cattle nail lack stock nil Sold the sweeping. .. . ui-i- s j.nev. j.ee nnmiii nutl xir. Mi. John A. Plain. . r i. .. ....... ...!...- founder of Hocker. now Hamilton mule breed-m- e Miss I.iila Sexvell. of Dauxille. who and Minmed by the fearful csperi- Mi. Jack Duxis urn) Miss Flossie College, .xir. anil Mrs. muck well. Mr. Murphl's great JllM4 (Whii.( M( ,ilth ClIbcB0I1 was eni e nnd the diess she p.isoi pick being withilrnwn at $".. mjoieini: oxer the arrixul of a ((f (dU aml Mr. Spald.u Hill, Tax lor. of Dapxille. visited their S.'l jeurs. The to her reward aged lias neon xisitmg her cousin, Miss L'idlj torn. xeneruble husband Kertli'i West has returned to her b. bov at their home. m,sb yi sister, Mrs--. Jaiiie II. Yowell. of the other pimcipal ImuiUome A biimmnry II iind Mi .All. Coffey was compelled to rethe xounc-,,,- ,, .Mis Iteecher New belli returned picccdfd her to the graxe lust Jan- home. ll( MS, Wilkinson sales was n follows; IiwmI inure, ri.ev are .pi.te proud ofImn llarxej Miss Annie Cosby is isiting Miss main oxer in Crab Orchard with Wtdiiestliiv from Iliriiiiucluim, xxhfie uary. .Mi. Hocker was a natixe of 1 and lmxe named ster Nonearl, i(r J c ..fJt,t,, M,ss Anna f i lends that night and come homo Lincoln county, where she wn mnr- - ucrlruilo Jones m Hedgeville. H- ICl.amello l by ltlaek S.purtvl. dun. Mi. Ctt.di, ..f she xxn the mil's t of Mis .Munny Tie.i to .xir. Iloi'her ,. n . years "in. H. II. West is in Hedgexilie. the ucl morning. The name of, the Admits. from the elexenth say I.inilIo. .Mis, Muble Dunn, of m.1.1 to Dick Scn.lder for f Hc.its The Misses Montgomery, of Lib- ago. i inly u short time before his vhete she is the guest of Mrs. Hugh man vlic had caught her anus und Caleb l'oxurs will n. siirely be Jj.,,,,,, ,i,l .jr. IiPlr, ,)t Ibcuj, Scu.l.ler also bought a suckling colt c tide a, orcd to pull her uboarJ tho li IVnMtie for defcaltd as the election comes off erty, xxeie here Tuesday returning death they celebiate.l the He - Wilkin-oaj tie. Wlllnf i,,s mare hi ot Laneastei. 1 oiu. Mils not learned, but, of minixersmy of their wedding. Tlm legion of friends and xxhere they xisitetl trom Stanford Let nil lovers of riRlit ;iuul .Mr. fail Dnllock. tit' Lib.uion. 205. , , , in Noxember. Mis. Hocker was a ccuife. he was simply seeking t.o do i' member the fair. of Miss Huth Keane in n. a () Dor-e- x til Newbern, of Hustoiixille, tliiiin mid tleeeiicy unite their prnjers lo Mrs. J. J). Drowning, of Lexing- of tho Christian church, holduig her this place nrd clsexvhcne will be her n good turn, by assisting her mid Mr. John M. Water, Mi-- , Heita hmod mare bv D.irsev (lul.ldust hold that end. ton, and Mis Georgia Karri, of iiieiiiDersiiip in tliu Jln.a.lwav Chri-tin- n pleased when they learn that she abonid the train. Robinson, of Boyle colllltV, J.ihn-oi- i, to W. T. .Mis J. S. 1'icwitt and dauehler' Jean l'uiux mid Mr. Mr ehurtli. xxith which she and Mr. los bteu ulicied and has accepted ,of Mt. Vernon, mid .Mt. Vernon, wcie guest of IJr. and Hocker lor 220. He also sot her colt In visited relalixcs at Fnrksxille. last Fan Spark 10.000 EXTRA VOTES weie identified since mov- itie position ot music director iu Ijiirnxr.1 Chief tor K0. W1 MiCartx, Mi. Jiwephine and Mr. Childress thi week. week. .Mr. (tetirge It. Coopc of Stau-t.n.- l, ing to Lexington in ISfi'i. She was the high t hool nt Camptoii, Ky. Kutl.er.ne M. by Almont Dare. L Mink, of Morcl.iinl.Ur. .lihx Waireli. Mi Florence Hex. 0. here with fnentl Tues- - alo .'isii(iated with her hushun.l in xx.i Mi. James Claikson has retuiii-e- d To Be Given With Each Suit of male, sold to It. II. Metcalf filletl Hex. t. T. Clnuiicb's pulpit l.xan. ot inclieter .and Mi. Tho. )eiir-ild the nianngeinent of the Hocker Coltlav. tiom a pleasant xisit to her aunt, Clothes Bought at Sam Robinson's - lial.lwiu, of Hi. IiiiioiiiI, .Mis McKiunej lor ?l!v. of Mattie at the Hiiilist t IiiitcIi Sunday inornMrs. W. II. Proctor, iu Dauxille. Mi. Smith Haui'liiuaii and Mi-- n lege, mid was mi inspii.ition and toal to jack, Lee Hubble, ol L.uicater, nutl Mr. i; Unv mare, in mi; nn.l exenmi; prcaeliini; helpmate to him in this Interest continues keen in Sam -- urkhns, Mr. I. M. Spires, of Parksville, R. Itauuhmaii mid her xisitor Curl Outer. Mis Sallie Huidette Kltic Brown. M5. H cot sennoiis. wcie quests nf J. K. It.iuliuian and as xxell a other enterprises in sub- F. I). Carrier on a route from that Robinson's big piano contest, with ,.olt for f !.'. . , . Mrs. Put Williams, of Johnson and Mr. Funk I'lullip. Mi Maiy sequent i eat. Mr. Hocker is the young ladies entered polling plate, wus here Tuesday. limod mine, Nine-- i ear-ol- d Huidette and Mr. H. Collier, f Crab family Tuesday. coiinlx, is xisitiu;; her siter-in-la.Mr. W. C. Surlier bv. three thildren J. M. is a changed many votes from their friends, who Orcjimd. .Mi Virginia Smith and H. M. Sharp at Yoenute. J. It. Ritr. Hocker, Jr.. Mr. K. T. Warner nnd n.i.n. Siren the burgl.us brok Purdom Lytle. mare mule. ii. x. Mr. into nre buying nt this popular store. Two-- j ear-ol- d Wilson left Saliirdax to xisit bis Mr. Claude D.nni. of Maxille. Mack Lytic, ami Mi Sue Purdom Mi. J. Henry Heed, nil of this citv. hi stoicroom and took a half dozen Kor every suit of clothes sold by Mi J locker, till. Huitky nml Mi. Sam Hobui- both Fixing near Moielan.I, uipn-e- tl Sim Wilson hi Illinois. hrouils and a bottle of embalming Sept. loth, Mr. Robinson is gixing hore Miii, son. Mi-.- , Marv Dee Deck. .,t Mc I'air four and Mt. Moriah. Iluitl ho tpemU the days aiid purt of stnnding to date i ns folloxys: their many friend hx 1iiing Hubert Hankiu :J.. Kiime.x, and Mr. Jack Newhein. mules. Card of Thanks. Flder J. A. Karr filled his regular the nights trying to figure out what a bonus of 10,000 extra xotc. The otf lut week, and haxing u minister giax gelding. J- Mr. .1. J. McKinuev and family Mu.sjl.pnii Meek, of Alt Kiiinor. and Miy the xx oids xxhicli made them one. appointment here Sunday. He will H tho name of, .Alike did they xvnnt 3S 6,035 I o.tMO Mr. Epperson. H. Chun Cooper an, Both to tender their deep thanks and Mr. Newton, Mi 305,235 an xeiy npul.ir with all who begin a protracted meeting the last wiih them. He bus had tho thieves '' 7,o:ir brood mare. Ju. Teu-- y ear-ol- d Matthew, Mi IMnu Cnmnitz kind to nil who wcie so 479,200 know them and haxe the best wishes ot September. arrested and recoxered most of the 3 r47.1 ... . T appreciation Leathers. 'rl !" and sxinpathetie iliinns the illness and Mr. .Moore, of llutoniillo. .Mi. of a most of friends tor exerv Ii.it- 4 40 C.510 Mis. V.. B. Hatfield bus returned things they took, but still weuis that and Mr. I.'ii,!', Sin Ming lioie iciilo colt. m, . an d.i Her the death of tlitr wile Siiiw. 53 0,0(10 piiit'ss. .Mr. Ljtle is one of the hesj home n ft w a ten dux xiit to her hunted luok. Will some authority 57,270 i7ti. Hobuison, iif Liuiisxille, mid Mr. .Mai tin. 1,300 om ncgio fashions please ami mother. Mrs. Lliruhetli M'eKin-lie- of 00 0,295 luther, ut Berea. ,11- - ' ,L N",,,, known xouiig i'aimei in that write Mr. ml' SueklniK l.ibcitx. Mis lluckner. .Mi Mr. ami Mis. .M. S. Bustiu spent ui hi r, telling him if shroud nre to 10 10.(i!)0 708.180 of the coiiutx, a son of Mis. Alite (Tioptr. .Mi .Suan Yensei. ? ne worn by the colored lnipulntjon 13 (1.080 7510,080 steiliug young man in Moudiiv, at Stanlurd. Siielliin; mule colt. W. A. llatcb.Mi. VmiaiMlale. of DanxiU- - Me.r L.xtle. and-PUBLIC SALE 1(1 10.(10 a 77 7,700 Mr. ami Mi. .Mauley .MiGuffey, this lull and winter? John I'm.,. l,U-- , John McHobeit. exciy wa.x. Ills bride is the attrnc-tix- e Mis Suella Durham is in Louis-xill- e 17 3,73.'i """rt!"' steer cnhcS W. M. Drown, 784,305 dniigliter of Mr. John Purdom, haxe gone to housekeeping near Doty, -. of Lam lister. Waddle and Haxinir decided to change mv the guest of Mr.. Mont Seniles. 18 0.(il.705,270 and will make u splendid life com- Tin ieis illt Cole limn, ol Soineiset, V nt V--0 a bead. iv, Hruce. I will on 80 2.000 Mis Dora Fxans is visiting ,rrs 10 1,000 Mis .Maude Kl.ler. of Pulaki carliiii; heifer- -. A. .1. n'e Wood, Wolf, Wat kills. Cm..,. titer, panion for the man of her choice. Two 27 fi.'Joo county spent a few da.xs xvith her Miinlette in Stanfoid. Tuesdav. September 12. 1912 813.500 Caldwell. John Fields, Frank Spink, nt W0. 120 f sell mv lnriii .Miss .xine .Mago Durham is visit.'i.lOO 82 C.225 sister, Mrs. Wright lat week. the Penxille Fmbrv ami otluis too Moreland. OiK ti . Small blmk bull, H. M. Sharp. nuineious to Mis. Bessie Williiiius has ret ill li- ing .Ahs. Pleasant Tucker at Parks- - 308,053 mid Lebanon pike II mile from Mr. F. D. Catpenter. delightfulmention. fasev, VH. t.I0.-)ly entertained last Friday exening ed to her fathci'a fiom Casey counxuic. 'J miles from Hrumficld, .Small red bull, to same for . Solon Kastlund, of Dauxille. in honor of her utttaetixe xiitor, ty COMMISSIONER'S SALE "M known a the Poke Williams farm. A Good Woman Pas. Away Heifer niir, A. J. Itbe. 13. Ler Mi Mrs. Gene Hutchison and ehildien k the guest of Mrs. Annie Clelland. Flora Mooie, of Indianapolis, black bull. This faun t.sitains II'JJ acies and Nicholfc and Shepard Co., pltff vs 1,100 pound Mi. I'nuiiic Bristow- Mooie, wife The main fentiue of the exening and Mi. ppeitou. attended the .Air. Thomas Cosbv sold three 100 B. well linpioxc.l, well walcie.l, faun nt Mr. .Mack l 0. Russell, deft. . Itdiila, of Mercer. 70. Mooie, ot tho West wa the musical 10; lia on it one lound shouts to n gentleman from fair at Stanfoi.l Thuisduv. liame dwell-iiij- ;, Kild, diet) H. l Mocker, one for Puisunnt to n judgment of the Cows: Fndny morning t eight wa tendered bveiiteituiiiment, winch (Iieelej two tobacco one stock haul, Lincoln ciicuit court tendered at its Mie Moore and Mrs. J. W. Spiies sH'iit n few snoiuy i ity nt seven cents. .1, L. MurpliN one for '.!!; o'clock, in the "tith The school house is being repair.May, 1012 term, iu above styled acbat ii, crib. i;ranar.x and all uece-riir- x Mrs. Mnoie was u 3 ear ot her uge.i. Catron singing, Mr. King Cuipenter tlaxs at Soineiset, last week. l.utes one for W. natne of Missou-i- whistling and Mise Mabel Mi Clin e Mis. Cliloo Cutter, of Owentnn, ed pieparatory to the opening al- outbuildings. Jennet. W. O. d of tion, the ltndei signed Commissionand was ietl to .Mr. Moore, Mxers, This faun i siisccptible to tlixi-io- ii who mux ix inn n IS .MONDAY, U'T 70" e, about .xear ot ago. nnd Anna Flo.xd mid Mr. Ottrel'tesh-nie- ha been the recent guet of Mi school which i Septemberu 9. popular er will onCouit Day) SEPT. 9. 1912 Sallie Spire. Delightful instrument ill. Mis Mamie Jones in thiee She mid will Ih ottered OH (County cnr and two liiicl.- -. J. at about 1:30 MillVie.I a stroke ot pur.il.xsi .Mr. (Mule Pullinm ami Mis Jent xouiig muy ot this citv and Mr. Marwcie seixed. Those tract i. and then a u whole, nitept-i- n about two euin ago, P. M., at the Couit House door iu Flod at V' a bead. ui nixing her wcie Mis (leorgia Cation, of Alonti-cellnie Young weie married, Sutuiilaw shall Massex-- , of Dauxille, eloped to Stiuifoid, Ky., offer for sale to tho .Iiimes wfueli will uujncfMte limit. tile puce Small limbs mid hud neier lieeu nhlc to August J7. IMeiiwood, Tenn Miss Plow .Mooie, ot i No. 1 Wednesthe most liioucx'. huiiesl mid best bidder the folloxv-m- g Leathers .ri0. walk sinic. She ictainetl hei men- apolis, Mis Annie .Moser. Indian.Mis. H. Y. Hunt und Mi,s Muy day where they were married. Only ot Will ulo on the hiime .Into sell tal described piopeity: one Nichols, facultit until almost the cud, Tcnn., Mif. Fiancis McCluie Max, of Leb.iuoii Junction haxe a few of their friends knew-- of theii and Shepaul lune mule l." to speaking of death as calmly as one Company Death orMrs. Ellen Ann Sandidqe. two of Leingon, Miss Annie Floxd. of been xiitmg Mi. und Mr. W. T. intentions. 'lht bride is only I" uii, power compound tiuetion engine 1 hands IiikIi. in llioiomib-bic- .l would miticipate Mrs. Kllen Ann Simdidse. widow 11 n shoit journey. HiMimiille, Misses .Mubel died Miilbu- -. Sandid-- e. Madl-o- ll jack, one groom is 18. the .Metallic brood mine bud to sif'tlieJiite complete, shop number 0 1187; one (,). Moutgoincix, ot Nell Libs. Mmelle Mi. and .Mis one Hex. Mr. earld male hied Hi hoie.woik tnii J. th, ot whiili the the (.'in lls, Be Piii.lom. Piuitt. Fthel Fi- p.ut.x Wednesday Shell Hcid gaxe u with Mussey holds a good position Nichols & Shepaul Compuny gmiii nt her lute bouie near Milledi;eille, si dim deceased night in honor of ot this place. Mr. th? C. X. 0. & T. P. railway. sepaiator with 28 inch cylinder. 40 year old pcl.lin. k'ood ng last Satuidav inoruini; in the 8Hli m xxn u niember, conduettd Cieekbiuin. Misses Ora Annie Hutchiusou, They relumed .Mnxhxille, Mr. lill filed bv to Junction fity int li icir complete, shop No. 18807, xear ot her ime. She had lesidcil hoise, one .xeiiilinz the tuiieial M'txne at Mttoimack's of Cxutlitiinii,of .Mr. Haehstiaw--l.ear. oL Cmciunati mid , Thursday wheie thev will make their with nil nppui tenant c of Cbcstei Clnet, one uue two jenr old t hutch lust Sutuiduy nlteiiiooii, in belonging; Ttith her son and daiialiler-in-laCaniibellxille, Mr. Dinwiddie, of .Mr. mid Mr. Merter and ehildien home. Their many friend wish Ihem nlso one ennvas drixiug belt. 110 Sandidu'c dr.. htullioii tiled by Knob Siiiiuel dmii Mr. and Mr. Madi-o- n tho pieciue ot nuineious liieu.ls. leuis, .Mr. King Cuipenter. M mid .Mis .xiiiiuiu .xiiitutley came in much joy and hnppiue. tect long and 0 inches wide, one set for maiiv cais, and was one nf the Washington Chief. Oit'stus Floxd. .Mr. McKiiniex-- . of Mondav from Decatur. 111., to be in steeis, Mi. T. L. Hankiu tlelighlfullv en-t- hand feed p.uts, one Russell saw in.t bclox'cd women b that section. Fixe wciyhl, one nice fixe heif-e- i Bridal Couple Visidnq Here lliistouxille. Mesi. F.wing While- - .with iclatiics u while, bull call, thiee miiw, tinned Weilnesdux ufteiiiooii from mill with saw und all belts, tools same is sunned She Mr I to tt iu honor of her uttrnctixe lt one eiht cnis old, tint to be arnvcd ami Mib. Itobeit 0. Tinner, neck, Albeit Mo.er, Louis Kinenid. I .Mr. Heiihen Melton hud the ami hxtints belonging to same. Said jt.H.rs. Dexcrlv ( ., 1'niii- - and heie Wt.llics.lax lor a shoit Mei-- . Algur Weildle, Fniiiii foiliuie to lue hi hoie last week. xisitor Misr. (Sttirgi.i T. Catron, of sale will bo made on ciedit of 90 flesh, sow mid twelxu shouts lnini one daiiuliUr. Mis. Jenv Hn t Mr .mid .Mis. W. 11. Weaien. Mi CI ui e, of this plate. Mr. and Mis. Theodore liimtiii Monticello, itt Dainty lefieshmcuts dnxs and purchastr to execute bond eoe. She was a dexout member of nig iiiilcinents of eveiv deseti'ttiou, fume ljoni l.ouisxille, wheie Js'pent Siindav near Wajnesbuig. weie seixed. Thoe present xxeie: with appioxetl personal siuely for ibo ClniMimi cliuich. The funeral one sin rev, one phaeton, 12,000 -. ""' w'11' inniiieil this week. Mis. Seixiies ut the Pieshy tciiiin Mr. George Ballard, and .Mi, MisMs (ieoigiu T. Catron, of Monti-tell- put chase pi ice, pavublo to Commis as conducted bv the Hev. Willi- baceo sticks. betoie her chinch on Sunday Sep. 1." Itiblo Kate Murphy, of lVankfort, and Mi chinch, nt Lucille Stone, of Biirgiu, TFHMS. Laud will be sold one- - Tiumv haxing been ,if lliist.ni1le rini-tia- n sioner, and bearing inteiest at into o'James, a M'hool ut H:.I0. Moiiiing serxice nt Miuid Conn, of Lancaster, uie xisit-1- 1 Mitintw, Bessie Wiighi liuth of 0 per cent per iiHuuin from date half cash, balaneu in nue, two and mmnage. .Mis tier home Snnduv itmriiiiiir at 10 Mr. Weaitn mid daughter, I. ingle, Willie Logsdeii, Saiu ii clock. Subiet't: "The Wiuiileious ing Mr. and Mis. Balhud. clock, burial in the family bunini; time .xeiiis. PeiMiiial piopeity, nil of stile untrl paid, mid same to liaxo Mi" Annie .lame., loimeijx of Book." lothcrhood meeling nt l ' it seems us though some smart Huth Turner, flenrgiu Wells, tone, and effect of judgment. Aug. cioiind on the Ilustonxille pike. The sums iixer i'JO, on six iiiiiiitlits tiuu' "', proecbstmi which followed thU irood without inteiest, buukiihle note, all Uii city, wheie she i xxell known o'tlock Young Peoples' meeting ut wiilei to the fair edition of jour Mnigi.;t Keane, and Mr. Pcltiui 2J, 1912. II. I). PLNNINtll'ON, Mr. Tinner is 7 o'flotk. F.Xfiiing setxice nt 7:110 papei, is out ot something to write Iteetoi'. Scleral fiitcitaiuing games F Momnii's remains to the last ietini; siiins under that amount cash. Seed- - mid quite popular. M. C. I C. S. will be gixen. th- - longest ever ing ptixilege Full n prominent xouiig business man of Subject "A gieat Mun in the Mnk- - about mid in order to mako himself weie phi id and Miss (leorgia Well Thi sale is made to sutistx plain ..luce was m of Aictulia, Fltnida, nml has the ing." l. possession livst day of Janiimv, or h. iselt nunc fouiciioiis has won the pne which was n hand- tiffs judgment for thiee notes datt.een in Hat beet ion. of tnan.x Kentucky hcnl the uotue to Jim that wa to some doll. Sale begin at 10 n. in. Any- - gintulation ed June II, 1911. xv lut li notes rhlcn, f lb A K. Joiift, one desiring to see this faun befnie frieiitU upon winning so sweet und XSJ,XtVrih-?luuincl the sum of $145 with (i per l ""?.;," state that August JSlli. XXII I wi,l, t a Ans. Thomas Newland Tulfjr Vo't nitiii who Uii litnmea helpmute. 'Ills ICpolt wllollj him lmmi..lil. rrliff ind tlrrnsltirnxi mid little cent interest trom date until paid. ci wnu!rfulljr clur'n rr nuny "' enililr the sale the owner will tnke pleas- - utfiuttixe a hi Wichita Kails, the woii who I'tMupmoiU ui mo in showing. " t'; same knew thel- dai'ghtert of isiting Mr. T. Tex.,New-l- a and the costs of this net ion lbiift wok Lldni'yt nJ S&XfZXZrxi Z? i"""';t!"i limt PoUj't HoiifX "n't Tr 1)1 II Mr. J. N. Saunders, and daughter ttttd much Diln I'uUy KMnry l'lil. iv haxe been D. rouu w"Hf,ln ' John S. Sharo, Address, Perryxille, d ! Ik rqutl. iu loiiuwnig cretins "", na nirrollrt or no nj klrriiftht'iirj m were mr ImmrilitU r.IUt .'1 rings. Sophia, are attending tho Spring. wuudrfull. t ml Kv., Photifl 47, xvnttig something that was and family returned home August 8, 1911 and $20 paid Iq rtca.'uuii'ni tu t.ciim'Hl at c.inUIlr itn plitM.l ' Vnpt. T. D. Knglish, Auet. 70-field lair this wreck. Thursday. rot tho t utli. Bduluh Ha7olett. Ihtlr uw," Shun toil Ttnoer. IU 1911. bbu.tr. and I.on.rr. J,ll I . AND WALKER UY GREAT LADY DARE sur-xixt- j,t d, v4 -- 1 l n, s el n, u; alas .? -- cr nr ; r,ih,.. .... - i.. . ;lx """ ltl ,,, ' ut . A'K -- 1 -- ei -- , ;.:,." -- .' (,,, n, ?" '. ixty-sexe- .,, )N In-th- at sity-sex--fiil- 1 o. lilt'-lon- 1 a. -- -- l- '. inter-usttiii- -- -- .. ld Fixe-vur-o- ld -- uui, -- i,3-b- x. P-- Lu-ci- le 81 e. 1 Per-lyxil- Afi-3- l'ie-car-.il- r nt pit-sen- lwo-ear-o- o. Ssun-hng- foui-eai-o- se .. lilt-lo- .l -- ei Mad-J..OI- 1, -- ini-O- I -- I ' o, ia Mai-gaie- t '' Hich-aidso- ii, C8-J- ton-liill- ', rri r"nr r - 1 111 i- 1 t pkj. 1. THE INTERIOR JOURNAL, STANFORD, KENTUCKY. FRIDAY. AUGUST 38. 1912 99 per ct. of successful business men and Wom The Interior Journal M. BAUIXET- The Name FISH H BROMLEY ut Bank Drron'tofi, SMt: in a ood Uak their moery 1 ! Atofoth, HELTON 1 - -- Frcprittor in Insurance, means Shoes! Shoes!! Shoes!!! Prices cut in two. All our low cuts will be sold at cost as long as they last. Respectfully, E, lom atenttnientrexordei income and outgo.. nd. B n..n drpcltoi k Wfi in.! rankUnit d rtotd.n eppoituiiiljr olmake .. i depotitot lh. loan. tome mojwy profitably, hu him lo procure pooiM Or ALJ- -. . A TEAR 8TRICTLT I IN ADVANCE .1 Sttnfcri F.nltrtd at You can promote YOUR success by tl$t mil Fntidtnt rrtM ritelftt matter et becoming a depositor with DEMOCRATIC For TICKET Lincoln County Nalional Bank V7 rr r.r r. WOOHROW J. Capital Surplus Comer Next lo Courthouse. $108,000 $100,100 Vontrttt IIAHVEY HELM Ftr I'omflVa Aff E. V. I'UKTEAR For Circuit thos. n. Marshall WILSO.N. Absolute Security Prompt and Square Dealing With AH form of policy The most No troublesome conditions The best equipment for serving policy-holder- s up-to-da- te Stanford Ky. rt Ftr lUrKJ. r. IIOLIIAU utgHftnK. it. nr.Lbs ABiilrl M. C. NEWLAM) FIRE, LIFE, SICK and ACCIDENT, LIVE STOCK, BURGLARY, PLATE GLASS, FIDELITY, AUTO-MOBILWhen you want insurance of any kind, See L.UAH.S, Crab Orchard, Ky. annnoneemenla In thit roturon ar. cf candidate! tor ofrlrf, tutjrcl to the action ef Va anncunceraecti th Democratic primary will U rodr, unlrn paid lor In adrance: For Ktrrrotntaltre "Iri Political Anneuncements Fish & llromlcy, Stanford, Ky. - . Women Shoes New Fall Styles-th- ey are delivare here--w- e ering them fast. VlltGIL McMULLI.V. T. J. HILL For County Juim T. A. RICE M. P. NORTH For Jailer TEYTON 1'ARRIBII DEUUKDB OEUKOK DINK FARMER H. HESTER . WILLIAM. W. A. CARSON DECK B. U. OWENS R. 11. DKONAUGH I. U. SANDIDOE V. L. J. M. B. HAUOIIMAN II. W. OIVEN8 U. WEATHEHKOHD Tor SKirlf tXaU3fiPjB tl ' I RICHMONO.rtV. 0& Training ta A llrndiison nine of the Kitlv Leatue. The big tent of the Kiiig'iug circus burned nt Sterling, 111. A panic in the menagerie was narrowly lit A VI An umpire ped the whole single-hande- d whip- THE POWER OF A Name GOOD CANDY School for Teacher lavrweaiala aa4 Ufa Plata r.r lift..!.. ar T.IM la all fablk ! Pratta Eatarlr. uvarara CarM. Tattkia T rr to A Taa.al.a4l4 4., aaltralala a!MI Itorfca.ara'aKa'.taraaM. Martlaal.aniMilafMTtoariara, .llaa.alra It'll. - rarwl.a4llf tton.aur Ftr Aittttcr ii, ritiii J. II. 1IOONE W. T. C1ARNER LAFE MOROAN M raarfii. Lavr, MntTnafnfaH'1,.r,J!,.'.'2"i?11" ' iJlMtrnWi at.a, J... t, raTartiit, C""',r- r- J. o. Ille CBABBK. fci FwaMeat. i. , We are showing Tan Calf, Tan Suede, Black Calf, Black Suede and Velvets. n r? f f Pyhtias of Stanford, is receiving the highest commendation in all quarters upon its conduct of its first fair in this county. All say that it was the cleanest, and nicest fair ever held in Lincoln or this part of the state for that matter. For this deliftht-fresult the boys )f the K. P. lodpc arc solely responsible. They started out to hold a fair of this port, and they held it. No organization anywhere can show n more representative membership than the local order, and the facMhat they arc standing sponsor for any enterprise, no matter what its purrjose, is sufficient guarantee of its merit. They well deserve the commendation Well done. Sir Knights. Dindcm lode, Knights Lincoln School Per Capita is $4.03 ul Pv-thi- Under the apportionment made by the State Department of Agriculture Lincoln tountv's school per capita this year will he $4.03. The state per capita is $4 for each pupil, and to this added the county's shnre of the dog tax fund to that every coun ty has more than the apportionment from the state. The per capita of other counties in this part of the Rockcastle state is ns follows: $4.10; Adair $4.0; Boyle $4.07; Casey $4.17; Garrard $4.04; Madison $4.12; Laurel $4.10; Mercer $4.05; Pulaski $4.12; Wayne $4.19; Whitley $4.12. ECZEMA? TRY ZEMO ii B 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. McROBERTS Stanford, Kentucky DEPOSIT BANK OF STANFORD, chartered March 9, 1854. Judge Carroll, of the Court of Appeals, who wag here this week, declares that our court house is one of the finest he ever saw in any country town anywhere. And he was amazed that it had cost the tax Notwithstanding payers so little. the fact that Stanford has its quota of grouches, gossips and gadabouts, it is undoubtedly the very best town on the map, and will stand comparison with any town near its sire in the state. The Has Cured Worst Cases and You Can Try It At Our Risk Adair County News says that Itollin Hurt, of Columbia, is being importuned to make the race for judge of the Court cf Appeals In the Third district. We have heard that Judge Jones, of Glasgow, would also be a candidate to succeed Judge Hobson. Jlollin Hurt is in every way qualified to ornament PUBLIC SALE! the state's highest bench, and up this way we would like the best in the world to see him placed there. Of Real Estate and Personal Property Saturday. Aua. 31, 1912 The Interior Journal hasn't as much circulation as it had last week About three hundred names were re- fmoved from its list, who had neg lected pavment of subscription for eomo time. Uncle Sum has. issued orders that papers rau3t be stopped when time is up ami llieie is no renewal money forthcoming, and we nren't taking any chances with your Uncle. Some ly guaranteed to stop itching rash, raw, bleeding eczema make a pim pled face Mnooth and clean. Zemo is a wonder and the minute applied it sinks in, vanishes leaves no evidence, doesn't stick, no grease, just a pure, clean wonderful liquid and it cures. This is guaranteed. Zemo is put up by the E. W. Rose Medi cine Co., St. Louis, Mo., and sold by all druggists throughout America, and in Stanford at Penny's drug store. Yes try Zemo. That's nil you need do to get rid of the worst case of eczema. You take no chance, it is no experiment. Zemo is positive- Kidney Remedy Advertisement Brouoht Great Happiness I take pleasure in stating that I have used Dr. Kilmer's Swamp-Rothat I was greatly benefitted by the sniLe and have ured it in my family. I had n son, when quite young he suffered from bladder or kidney I called in my physician, he attended him but did him no good. Almost by accident 1 noticed an about the curative pro- of Dr. Kilmer's Swamp-Hoo- t, forti" a bottle and gave it to him according to directions. It cured him of what we thought was almost impossible and the same with others of my family. I have such strong faith in Swamp-Roo- t that 1 have 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 1 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 Swarap'Hoot. Wishing the promotera of this wonderful medicine a large sale to the suffering public, I am Yours respectfully, W. II. McAFEE. College Park. Ga. Witness. E. O. Williams. Notary Public. ot rou can't tell a good man by his clothes, ou can't tell a good book by the cover, ou can't tell a good cigar by the wrapper. Neither can you tell But you can tell good candy by the name it bears or what is back of the box. b,Bo,. NUNNALLYS Means to Candy just what Sterling means'to Silver. At PENNY'S, The Rexall Store. Price Reductions We have reduced the price on all Men's, Ladies' and Children's -- Letter to Dr. Kilmer & Co. Binghamton. N. Y. Prove What Swamp Root Will Do For You. Send to Dr. Kilmer & Co., Binghamton, N. Y., for a sample bottle. It will convince anyone. You will also xccehe a booklet of valuable information, telling nil about the kidneys and bladder. When writing be Biae to mention the Stanford Interior Journal. Regular fifty cent and size bottles for sale at all drug stores. one-doll- ar Oxfords Mens' $4 Oxfords now Mens' $3.75 Oxfords now ... . Mens' $3.50 Oxfords now Mens' $3 Oxfords now Ladies' $3 Oxfords now Ladles' $2.50 Oxfords now Ladies' $2 Oxfords now Ladies' $1.50 Oxfords now Plenty of time to wear them net a pair for $825 $3.00 $2.95 .... $235 $235 $2.00 $.S5 $120 the Fair. W. E. PERKINS E. D. Pennington, Ceunty Siirveyer 52-6- Crab Orchard, Ky It's successor: National Bank of Stanford, erfanlzed June 2, 1865. Recognized dissatisfied as Californians First Nalional Bank OCTOBER as governor. Wait until November and both he and his chief, the big Moose, will be recalled by the people of the country at large. Jim Richardson says in his GlasTimes that if the, Republican party was an individual, it would have been sent to the penitentiary upon revelations which have recently been mnde by its own members. gow Gov. Marshall, of Indiana, and Champ Clark riTe campaign in Maine, which holds its Btate election September 0th. are trying to recall Hiram Johnson 3, 1182. This Bank has been in successful and uninterrupted operation for 58 years, and 1$ worthy of the confidence of ef the Open an account with us today. public. The Farmer's Friends Superior and Peoria GraiirlDrills Call and see the new stock Judge Sterling B. Tonoy, in his day, one of Kentucky's leading iur-ist- s, died in Louisvillce last week. Mv farm of 75 acres, ius' outside the city limits of Crab Orchard, Ky. bouse This farm has a good and good out buildings. Has as fine whito sulphur water as there is in the state. Also good limestone water Also at the ut rertr of house. same time and place, will sell anoth er farm, containing ICC acres, located about 5 miles south of Crab Orchard, Ky., und known ns the Atchison farm. This farm has a house, a good apple orch- ard and a good many Tine peach trees, also a good deal of fine whi'" oak and some poplar timber. The personal ropcrty consists of two good milk cows, one of ihcin with calf, 13 yearling calves, seven-- I chickens; 1 new riding dIow, some old style furniture, 1 cooking stove, 2 beating stoves; chairs, ex- -j tension tnhlc, dishes, 2 feather beds, i and pillows, and many other things too numerous to mention. TERMS OP SALE. On the real eetatc one-hacash and balance in three equal payments on one, two und three years tune, secured bv lien notes. On personal pro!erty sales, cash in hand. Sale to com-ne- e at 10 o'clock A. M. Saturday August 31, 1012. C. II. ADAMS, J. P. Chandler. Owner. Auctioneer ty-fi- ve lf General Farm Surveying Phone 172, SUllfOfrf, B Kf. H. B. Northcott Oaalap in AT COST and Oxfords at Cost, strictly We will continue to sell all lawns Poultry, Eggs, Produce, Salt, Lime & Cement PHONE 153. For Cash Goods charged will be at regular price. Stanford, Ky. Hughes, Martin & Co. Stanford. Ky. Bowels are Basis of Child Health The cartful mother, who watch closely the physical peculiarities of her children, will soon discover that the most important thlnf In connection with a child's constunt icood health Is to keep BlUKKleh the bowels reKUlarly bowels will be followed by loss of appeduring sleep. Irritatite, restlessness bility and a dozen and one similar evidences of physical disorder. At the first sign of such disorder fflva the child a teaspoonful of Dr. Caldwell's Syrup Pepsin at night on retiring and repeat the dosa the following night If necessary mors than that will scarcely be needed. You will find that the child will recover its accustomed good spirits m at once and will eat and sleep normally. This remedy Is a vast Improvement over salts, cathartics, laxative waters and similar thine, which ara altogether J.L.Beazley&CoJ. Q. McClarv UNDERTAKERS AND ALSO DEAL. ER IN FURNITURE, MAT. TINGS, RUGS. THEY WILL EXCHANGE FURNITURE FOR ALL KINDS OF STOCK. GIVE THEM A CALL. PRICE on. Mrs. Carrie McDonald, 103S Trigg Ave., Memphis, Tenn., and Mrs. Kallle K. Griffith. Veechdale, Ky.. are always supplied with Dr. Caldwell's Syrup Pepsin, and with too powerful for a child. The homes of W.EHiggins Stanford, Ky. fclllMIIMIMMeilMIMMMUMMIMem f-i i i THERE IS REAL PAINT is no substitute for this grund laxative. It la really more than a laxative, for It and also some stuff mixed with contains superior tonlo propurtles which materials that is not help to tone and strengthen the stomach, cheapening liver and bowels so that after a brief worthy of the name. If yon have use of It all laxatives can be dispensed with and nature will do Its own work. had experience with the latter kind Anyone wishing to make a trial of this you don't want another. If yon remedy before buying It In the regular haven't take our advice and don't way of a druggist at fifty rents or one dollar a large bottle (family size) can experiment Buy our roal paints have a sample bottle sent to the home free of charge by simply addressing Dr. and save yourself 'disappointment W. U. Caldwell. 406 Washington St.. Til Vaks nam an,l aJJuua and money as wcIL on postal crd wUl da t4Mfsrd,Ky. I.A.ALLEU. them, as with thousands of others, there Fall and Winter Suitlnqs. Uf ntw Fall and Winter Bampln trt sow resdr (or jour iDiixctlon. Tbr coioj.rli Ih. Mil on th. market. I rta salt snroni s to prlc. who hd bli clothri ru.d. to order. A suit mtd. to tout aeiiuii Ii prt (crsbl. to read nsd. clotkra. To hT. them tnd o me.twr. dotin't coit tar dot. thn read mad. whia jMalltjr and lit Is eonild. .red. Com. la and Ut m. ttk. Jour bum-urB, O. MVUMT, Tki PntUctl TttUr UNDERTAKER AND EMsTlMER STAMFORD KENTUCKY. Office Phsne 187. HemePhwieas. .Z W W IV FIRE INSURANCE STANFWW, KY. U.llln t. SURETY BONDS 1.M.KXWLA1ID Mv ' s& 4t m i- w irj t IV lr , k .. Hif . V cams AvJ in&&kVit)rhrmft,im. h,,, fl. - ipi. THE INTERIOR JOURNAL, STANFORD, KENTUCKY FRIDAY. AUGUST 30. 1912 Judge Hardin Back From Mountains Judue Chnrles A. Hardin opened circuit court at Lancaster Monday, after spending some time in the he served as mountains, where special judge in Wolfe county, Judge lliuiliii has gained considerably in uvoirdiipoise during the summer, and is looking exceptionally well, lie is uiving great satisfaction by Ins handling of the cotitts over the district. Commonwealth's Attorney (leoigc D. Florence, of this city, went over Monday morning to his duties during the Garrard pcr-fnini For The Nervous Woman, weif Hat Short Local News. Tlio grnded school of Hustonvillc will open Monday, Sept. 'J. who ciperiencea hot flaahra nothing in no (nod to oothe( qnlet Of n rure Clvrrrio extract of native medical planti, th aervnut ayatcm ad Mid wad wRhout alcohol, which hut hren aoll by druU'iK lor the ptt forty year, aad nott favorably known a Doctor I'irrce'a Favorite I'retcription. In youner ytara aome women nufTer Irom dirintaa, or falntinf apclla, hvalerja, tieadache, hearing down frelinO end pain. All Ihcie aymptoma of Irregularity ad female diiturbance are relieved by the una of Ihi famou " rreacription of Doctor Pierce. powerful, Invlforatinf tonic " Fatonle PrernplIon " impart! Mrenf tn A lemininc. to the whole ayitem, and in particular 10 t, me organa oimnciir debilitated "worn-ourundown, " For milliners. dreurcsUert. teamttreiiei. " ahnp.firlt, traehrrt. houac. keeper, nurtinf mother, and feehle women generally, it It an excellent appetizing cordial and reitorative tonic. waa eaT.it retrweralon" write. Max. t.TMA McIYV- "Me !!. Atn.nf Mrc.1. Mkh... ICout 1. " I ha.l nervmia rhllla aiul r,umhti i 5 an.1 Iher 'niVllmn me rry wiV. TSen I bl Inflamniallnn awl t il lelrenl eevefl mnntra With o r dnetur U1 I hil a (loat'ne KWn I tn 'IS' I lie taa i Wl'j Ijl'V tn M"" t" l T-hl im.tlelne. Alir lHna three l.rttlra of I)t Pierce a UTI'nl Uklne I m UtUr 'L nx.lWlnet I havanuthadanrnirvuuachlllatir weak iI1. "Mr tluihtr It now uUr, ttia rrraertr.tlnn' ami Br. rleirea " 1 fWden Me.llel IMaeurenr, aleoth.'renen' for nervouineaa arl e.It, I delist her eer w mueh In a iliurt llred feellne- Thea. rniHli-7. H'f '1,'lli lima. We hit irreat fl(h In your nmlklne. for female trwibiea. Dr. Ittm'i lleatant I'tllftn l.ittvct mild natural bnwtl mortmeni Mail Jlr.DoNAin. em second hand organ For Sale. in good condition. Applv to Dr. J, 07-F. I'eyton. A 3. Want Long Hair? And you would like long hair? Rich, heavy hair? Beautiful, luxuriant hair? That is perfectly natural, and we are here to help you. Ayer's Hair Vigor is a great aid to nature in producing just the kind of hair you desire. Do not be afraid to use it. No danger of its coloring your hair. The ingredients are all given on each label, thus enabling your doctor to wisely advise you concerning its use. Consult him freely. He knows. le 3 Fox-RidgeCo- "t K isSki j al 1 JBc7- ifWlH ' T' m , over-worke- Why nre Sue Bennett Memorial school graduates alwnys successful f l)prnuu they nciuir,d chnracter as well as ability. CC-1- 0. 1 For Sale. Two sows and Mrs. Annie Hneklev, Stanford, pig. K-- J. COIIlt. e he Insure with the leading companies. Fish & Bromley represent them. All lines. . For Sale Privately. Farm of 103 acres, in Iiigh state of cultivation, nuil well located. Addrc-- Lock Uox 210, Stanford, Ky. s Bible School Convention On Wednesday of next week, Sept. I, theie will be held in the StanLincoln 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. Sui Bennett Memorial School Admittedly one of the VERY BEST Schools in the State. FIVE SCHOOLS IN ONL. HIGH SCHOOL, NORMAL LJHOQL GRADED SCHOOL. SCHOOL OF MUSIC. COMMERCIAL SCHOOL Your city taxes nre due plcntc Office next door r. to Tribble's store. II. D. Carter, tall and fettle. i"9-4- t. J. C. LEWIS, Principal. London, Ky. houe party Jr (Jeirj;o Miss Virpnin Mr. William Dozier hns returned where he will atto (lamehMlle,-Ga.- , tend school. Miss Chiffonde Hunter, of DecaMrs. J. C. tur, On., hab hten MeClury. Mrs. L. M. Westerfield and chilMr. dren, ol Fan-- , are heru and Mrs. M. D. Klmorc. Miiis Hallic Drown, of Lun.atir, was heie Tuesday tho idlest of Dr. arid Mrs. K. J. Drown. who lias been Misb Fan Sparks Mim Herta Jean Fenny returned to Mt. Vernon, Tuesday, Mrs. II. II. Smdcton and Mrs. of Wuyiiesburu. I'ibiin SinKleton, are the tniests of Mrs. C. C. Gooch. Mioses Ethel and Susie Hilton arc waiting their brother, Mr. Joe Nevnia Mid finally at Lebanou Junction. Dr. Bradford Wnrn.11, of Dec Lick Mbter-in-laMiss Dessie and ol Wuodetovk, attended the tair the lust duy. Miss i.ucile Hourican has return-i- d to her home lit Lebanon after a Mis Mjrtle CuinmitiB and Mr. to hir prundparcnts, Mr. and Jltn. Thonia- - MeaiiH and Mr. Champ 11. C. Hui.Iey. Mullirm. of Wichita. Kn., are the Mr IH-- . and Mr. B. J. Hrown. Miss Mary Grady, of Fort Worth, Kueol of Mr. and Mm. J. F. lluti.ii, of Texas, is the attractie Hunhoinille, Va., are the cuetc of Miss Utrtie McCluie. They are in Iiih brother, Mr. W. D. Hanson and Crab Orchard this wetk. lniiiily near Moreland Mr. and Mrs. GeorKt l'ejton hae Mrs. W. J. lloinnnt. and Mrs. Ed returned to their home at Middles-Itor- u Oaine and 1.011, of l.nneahter, were alter a visit to friends and the kiicts if friends and relatms here. heir Monday. Mrs. Claude Lecte of Davenport, Mrs. Clnude Hecord, of Itutler. Washington, passid throuub hero of Tuesday 011 her way to Crab OrchFrank Turin r, Ky.. and Mr. Klulhyville, hate been the recent ard, to Msit her parent, Hev. and Kui.stM of their brother, Mr. Turner Mrr. J. G. Livingston. and wife. Miss Ida Lie Campbell, who has MiiRcs Ienn and Mary Dee Heck, been viMting Mtn Ida M. l'cttus reof McKinnry, who lme been viit-in- r turned to her homo ut Crab OrchMibs Florence Carter returned ard, Monday, Miss Ida 1'ettus rehome Tuesday. Their bisters MUseh turned with her to ntniiin several ltiith and Margaret Heck came after days. them. Mr. and Mrs. Kobcrt Scuddcr left Mr. J. II. White, n former citizen Monduy for their home at Gluidale, of Lincoln county, but now of Dal- Anr., nfter a two nwnths visit to isitcd Mr .and Mrs. tlie latiuly of his father, Ira Scud-de- r las, Tems, He received n T. D. Nrwand. at Kichmond, his brother, K. S. heartv welcome from his many Seuddtr and faimlv at McKinney, friend here. and other fnenus anu relatives. Mr. and Mrs. II. 11. Moore, Miss lieiiiiiii Ijt'Coiiipto and iMr. II. C. Leeomptn motored hero from Fi.nik-fi- rt and wiio the jnie.-t-s if Mrs. A. l lliMiii Mrs. 11. C. DeCoinntu and liaiiKhttir kiiml Miss Vercil LtCompte who hud been visiting friends and relatives icturncd with them. efficiency depends upon Miis C. E. Hunter, state oruams-t- r your condition. of the Woman's Missionary Union of the Haptist church, was the guest Scott's Emulsion builds, of Mrs. J. C. McClary this week. strengthens and sustains Mrs. McClurv is the viee president robust health, au Dmtf;$t. for this district. They put in some IJ- time organizing societies at ncigb-boiitSroit & rtowiir plonninr Id, N J eliiirehes. --Clui-boni- Personal and Social. Miss Clnra Cooper is the guest f Minn Antic Kmniunl. at Lancaster. Mrs. J. T. Shivel. of Louisville, is the guest of Mrs. .Miiltio White. Mr. (Irinstcml has returned home in I)anillc after n vMt to fru-niAIihh lcnMlo OixniH, of Danville, is the nttraetiu Kvl of .Misb Hell Denny. of Mm. Clare Doty TmIor, KichtiAind, is here wetinR fneixK and relatives. Mir:K AUie Ynntis has returned to her homo at Lancabter after n Msit to AlifB Initio Canon. f, Mr. K. C. Walton and bou are Hpendine several dayw at Crab Orchard Strtincc Mr.. . J. Humble, and Mis K.li-t- 'l l'owell are in London tho pierta ol Mr. II. M. Humble and fumily. Mrs. S. 1'. Stucky. of Louisville. unu iB the KiifM oi ner parenih, Mr". W. II. Murphy. Mr. Wniren Htmhec. of Mempli.s. Teiin., came home Thurmlny for u few diiyn' htay with friend and Mo, wko with kidnrj trontlf for two ti! "I tried tbrff cl lfrnt Virdi o( klitnfjr pltli 1st with ro rtbtf My Folry Kldntjr J'lllt, nriehtior lolit m to n a 1'"' Hopper is attendm: u 1 took thrre bottlr it lhm, and at Vernulles, jciven by nrnntnt turr. t iffimnund thfm to bo.ljr. ' Shuri nd Taneir. llvpc. HoUrt V. h'l tffn jfrt Unlhrd llfrtrr, LwrfntfTll!, ft tttj For Sale or Exchange. My photograph outfit consisting of 12 first-clacameras and background-- . Everything complete. Will furni"h an initnietor. Frank Cordier, Wow. f.O- -L land, Ky. heard mimiiv kind word- - of npprvcintion about its dai-l- v edition published dnr.ng the great IC. 1'. fair last week, for all of which it is very thankful. L The I. hna ss cm or Toupo. i ( Lktaa coijaT. Faiii ofJ. Chmii otmikra osth thtl Atr arakir r. J. ciilnct Mrtsrr Co. Cttna it firm EnulnrM in thr aif ot ToIh1o. Countr fcnd puut aromaid. tod Out iwl firm U1 par the rum ol os'i: llf.SDRl.II IX)LLAIIH lor rub and rwrr t ol CAtamh Out taoool tr rurrd br Itf e cl 1UU.I CATAMH CCAC. TRANK J CIICNTV Sworn to bfforr rat and rutwrrtbrd In my prncc. UK ttb oil ol UrcrmUr, A. IU I'M. State or Oaio I 1 .r. lUUtf CatAnb Curf I ukra l&trrnaDr a&d art tfUrrUf utoa tbr MoimI and muooua rurlAtr of tna tTttrm. send for trrtlmonuM trrr K.J OI1L.NL Y A CO Toledo. 1 s.m y n pmrri TUi llkll I miilt ITlK lor tGUtlfaUon. 1Z. I I A. W. GLnASO.V. NoiAar itbuc. To Whom It Mny Concern. Kotice is hereby given thnt I will apply to the Hoard of for a jinrole Ciinmissioncrs from the Frankfort l'"rey Steward. r7-I'ri.-o-n 3t The Ladies' Aid Society, of the Christian church will mtet next Friday nfternoon at 2 o'clock in the lecture room of the church. Cliuf of Police L. E. Hcrroii, f has iM bouuht him a Maxwell No chance automobile. foi the evil doers to cvt away now. La.i..sler The officers of the Methodist church, at Danville have fitted up a near the church vacant store-roofor the convenience of persons who may wish to attend conference from their homes and bring lunch. A janitor wil be in attendance to look after their wants. J. J. Dickey. m ford Christian ehurch tho annual convention of the Christian Bible Schools of Lincoln comity. A splendid program hns been prepared nnd every school in the county is urged delegation. The to send a large Stanford church will serve dinner. Wo nre expecting a largo attendance we want u large iilteniiante I M1 hr tn J C. ATm CO.. Lowell, Man we will ho disnppomttd if we dont have a large attendance, so come Mile. A residence D. M. Walker, Minister, C. E. Tate, For with store room und nil neecsnrv Superintend! tit. iniprov (incuts, near depot. Good location 1'nr luither particular Bowen News. sic Hughes ii Mi Cart y, Stunfoid, Miss Martha Iiuw-1viitcd her Ky. Saturday III frothcr Charles ltus-ell- , night who gave a yard party. It was the crack little pony drivi ge Staton and daughter, Mis. en by Joe Grimes, anil not .Morgan naiighiuan's pony which got second Myrtle, nre visitin" relatives in Cinprize in the pony parade at the op- cinnati. Mr. Edgar Staton is visiting in ening ot the K. P. fair lnt week. The award wn made by vote of the Ci'sey county. spectators, and the I. J. unintenWe suppose that the election all tionally got the until" "viny second. over tho enmity was quite u stirring one hut the one held here at the Advertise vour sale in the I. J. school housp for the school trustee More farmers read it thnn nny was tho greatest mixed in and conother country paper in the stntc. fused affairs that we ever heard of. It is amazingly queer how thnt some For Sale. An Ellington piano, folks are never satisfied with things cod as new; Apply to Mis. T. L. that are just an dright. 04-Carpenter. C. T. Sandidue was cected Mr. and aathma makr .'.Bruit a over Mr. J. F. Kusell, after a vigliar orous campaign, in which many Month of intrnae roffrnng to many people, were Honfj and Tar Compound sirri chnrges and counter-charge- s Knlfr'i prompt (tie and rrlicf, and 11 aoolhlnc and made. VTm hraljnf to the Inflamed membranes. Mrs. Mack Moore who has been "A M. Meretkew, N Searrport, Me, tat: sick for. a long time is confined to law doaea of Folejr'a Honey and Tar Comtho time. pound rrliefed me o! a aeeera attack ot her bed most aithm and Iria than a bottle canard a Mrs. Minnie Hnrt nnd family, of tnbetithtea. cure" H'fuae Nhufara Pristo!, Tenn,, arc tho guests of and Tanner. David Jfoore, her father. Southern Railway. A TEXAS WONDER. Populnr excursion, Sunday, Sept. The Texas Wonder cures kidney 8th, between Louisville, Lexington, Danville, I Georgotown, Lawrence-bur- and bladder troubles, removing grav HarrodsbiiiL-- , Sheibwille, mid el, cures diabetes, weak und lame Versailles and intermediate stations backs, rheumatism, and all irreguin both direction. larities of the kidneys and bladder $1.50 between Lexincton, Danville, in both men nnd women. Itigulntes Georgetown and Louisville for the bladder troubles in hildren. If not iround trip; tickets 'linrlted to resold by your druggist, will be sent turn on date of sale. ProportionOne small ately low rate.s between intermediate by mail on receipt of $1: bottle is two months' treatment, and stations. Consult any Southern Kailwav seldom fails to perfect a cure. Send agent or write II. C. King, CTA Lex-to- for testimonials from Kentucky and other states. Dr. E. W. Hall, 2920 Ky., B. H. Told, DPA. Louisville. Ky.. J. C. Beam. AGPA, St. Olive street, St. Louis, Mo., Sold by Shugars and Tanner. Louis Mo. J. H. Baughman & Co. Phone 1 1 Stanford, Kentucky. (!! "LOOK" Fall Is Coming ! 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 TB-- ii 4 ii i " 3 3. Ir and your low shoes are now about worn out. Come in and let us show you the new Tan, Drop Toe, H "i i arm-pet- e .101 Tfi g, over. Sam Robinson Stanford. Kentucky n, Special Excursion Woods Walker, of Paint Lick, has returned from Lpxintrton. wheio llie National Fux Hunters Executive Committee met and decided to hold their annual meet nirnin in Crab Orchard this fall. The dates se lected are the second week in Nov- cmln'r. ... this mwfinf lho .... n'.il . ... At . ........ .... nil ....... stake will bo run before the derby, which has had hitherto. iu- -t prci-edcn- $4.50 Danville to Cincinnati and return VIA FOR FALL a Saturday, Aug. 31, 1912 Return Limit to reach oriainaf start-inooint Seotembrr 5. 1912 BASE BALL September 1st September, 2d, Ask Ticket Aaent for ig The Christian Endeavor will have their regular meeting at the Christian church Sunday evening' at . This ill be a consecration meeting nml all members aio to 1m; present, and to the roll call with a scripture. W will be "lad verse to see those who are not iiuihIkts as well. There is prepared each evening nn inteiesting tirorrnm. G:-lf- Queen Cincinnati vs Pittsbum. Cincinnati vs St. Louis. 3i & 4th Furniture will sell "Bed Room Suites at Bargains in HAPPY WOMEN Plenty of Them in Stanford, Good Reason For It. and Particulars. W. A. BECKLER, G. P. A-- . Cincinnati, Ohio. Shoes We are now showing the latest in Ladies' Shoes. Call and see them before the sizes are broken. 4 Wouldn't any woman bo happy, After years of backache ing. buffer- For 30 days we Hajs of misery, nights of unrest, The distress of urinary troubles, When she finds freedom! Many renders will profit by the followirj;. Mrs. Nancy A. Logan, "E. Main Street, Stnnfoul, Ky., says: "I scarcely know what to say to express by gratitude to Doan's Kidney Pills for tho great good they have done me. My back had about given out and pniiud mo severely ut tunes. I was weak and laino and I knew that my kidneys were disordered as tho secretions were unnatural. I learned of Doan's Kidney Pills and procured a supply at Shugars & Tanner's Drug Store. This remedy entirely relieved me and restored my kidneys to a normal condition." For sale by all dealers. Price 50 Co., Buffalo, cents. Foster-Milbur- n N. Y., solo agents for the United States. Tteuiember the name Doan's and take no other. Automobiles next SO days: Ovorland, Jlodcl 00, fully equipped, used .1 short while as a demonstrator. Cannot ho told from a new car, $1,100. Ovorkuid, Model 01, fully equipped, samo ns new $1,100. Overland, mx cylinder, 40hoise power fully equipped $050. Stearns, 7 pnsseuger, new bodv, new top and windshield, extra ,, ensing $700. Mitchell, Model K 30 horse power, 5 passenger, fully equipped and new tires in rear $500. Overland, Model 41, 10 horse power, newly painted, now top, with full equipment $CQ0 Ilupuiobile, delivery truck, 800 lb capacity, just tho thing for groceiymen, $500. Wo nro constantly taking second hand cars in trado for new cars. Let us havo your wants. Our 1013 line of new cars will bo rcudy. to demonstrate, by August 20th. Wo have the following bargains to offer, if sold within the FactoryPrices Plus the Freight from Louisville. ".,. bbbB V ''bbH 0 Odd Dressers, Odd Beds and Chiffoniers (Cummins Tearen Come to see us. Stanford, Kentucky Home of H. S. M. All Wool Clothet ' WATribble JNO. 0. REID, Sales Agent, CO., . FOR THE JUNGCLAS AUTOMOBILE CINCINNATI, 0. . jm .w. - IraSH rrrt? THE INTERIOR JOURNAL, STANFORD. KENTUCKY. FRIDAY. AUCUST 30, 1812 r ltmlw ti begin saving lte-id- Iociriatert0 ifenever MANY people commence a bank account when they have reached the eveiiinir of lift-- . It is never too lute to save. You don't know what the future holds in store c, there is nlvvny the pleasure of lea vim; loved for j on. ones ii leRiiey tin affectionate lememh innee from I lie preat he- wn il. Come in and open nil ncocunt today. No sum is too small to sturt with. STATE BANK & TRUST CO., Capital $50,000. Surplus $500 W. L McCARTY, Pres. J. D. EADS, G. L. PENNY, V. M. Stanford, Ky. et. I. Pres. SALIN, Cashier. J. S. RICE, V. Pres. S. AL1ERT PHILLIPS, Top hog-- , were .8.7o at Cincinnati 1'iiday. For Sale. One nice, coming three jearvld, Peacock filly, beautiful bay wilh two white feet and star; good size. Call mr or address Jin.. Sim 8t-Owens, Moreland, Ky., Far Sale. Near Stanford, well improved -- 00 acre blue frass farm, amid two storv house 1il' stock barn with pilo, plenty of eveilasting spiing water. For lurther information see and wute Adolpli VonOrue-uigaStanford or Fred VotiAllina.i, 34 and Hank street, Louisville. Ky. In the current isiie of the Farm and Fiieside appeals, nu article showing how fanners spend a great deal of money and ingenuity in the corn-criof construction to saw themselves from a loss of millions of dollars worth of corn. The aitiele is written by Prof. C. S. Chase, of the Kansas Agricultiual College. lVof. Chase suy that rats will jump U 2 to 'J feet high, and will climb anything but smooth mecrib, therefore, A tal. posts, or must be on built to keep rats from climbing the sides. If a farm hnppens to be lo cated near a wharf or slaughterhouse, wliele rats are especially bad it is advisable to tack sheet iron until the corn crib. p. n, rat-probs 1-rat-proof t,, FARM AND STOCK NEWS J. If. Bamjlimnn has reserved the date 'of October for Iih Third Animal Sale,, of horses, mules, brood mines ' and cattle. Yearling Shropshire bucks for Bale. ) C. White, l'nikville.04-l- p Tor Sale. 10,000 tobacco 'sticks f. J. A. Given1. McKinney, Ky. For Sale 150 extra nice ewes, just in from the mountain:). A. T. C7-- tf Nunnelley. For Sale. Aberdeen Angus cattle both sexes; mules from colts to four year olds; thoroughbred boars ready for service. It. II. Crow, Shelby City, Ky, Ky., phone 8 two rings, Junction Kv. f. Stray sow cuine to my place. Owner can j;et suiuc b paying for keep mid this ad. Jas. Messer C5-Now is the time to give your order for fertilizer. I have Swift, Armour and Globe. Get prices. E. T. t. Pence, Kstruy. Poland China sow; reward for return to 1L S. Dnuxluunn. For Sale. Loose hay $lli per ton A. W. Carpenter, Moreland, Ky. Accoiiliug tu cuttle buyers in the Pluegras., stock cattle are scarce and buyers are compelled to no out of the state to restock then" farms. The top price in sixty years wa-- . To The Farmers of Lincoln Countv We wil llmve our annual corn show paid lor cattle on the Chicago market iasi week, j10.40 bcinj; realized some lime in November and will offer Hon. Abe Iteuick, who has been in some nice premiums on both white Chicago as manager the Short- and yellow corn, so you can have horn Cuttle Dealers Association, and your eyes turned in that direction. if an overt in the line, claims that Will publish the piemium list soon the cattle dealers of Kentucky must und name the time. With the very lenrn to buy good stuff and have it best wishes, vour truly. State Dank eady bcfoie sending to mniket and1 & Tiust Co. the price will be paid. A Big Cucumber. Sow and pigs came to my place July 27th. Owner can get same by The largest cucumber the writer paying for this ad and their keep. ever saw wa brought to the I. J. K. V. Carson, Moreland, It. F. D. No. office bv Mr. George W. Martin the well known farmer, about four miles :ij l. IS stray sheep came to inv place out of town on (he Somerset pike. a few days ago. Owner can get It is 1.1 inches in length nnd wei"h-c- d thiec pounds to the ounce. It is feame by paying for their keen and this advertisement. John Skidmore on exhibition at the I. J. office. Who 70-lthas one that can bent it? near Musou's Gap. U4-tli(i-t3. C-3p. Preachersvlle. Mrs. Sarah K. Martin, aged &'J, died suddenly last Friday morning at her home near White's Mill. Deceased hud been nu invalid for several years with a complication of diseases, mid had been subject tu attacks of heart trouble reconllly She is survived by eight children : W. J., J. T., Kobcrt; Leonard; Lloyd; Van T ; Charley and Grucie, all grown except the hst three. .Mrs. Martin was a daughter of J. K. Ma-so- u of Dell county, one of its best citizens lit that day. She was 11 member of Deceit Grove Daptist church, and a good, kind Christian lady, and will be sadly missed, not only by her family but by her many friends us well who mourn at her taking aw.iy. After funeral services at Deceit Grove church bv Itcv. E. It. English, and appropriate discourse by her pastor, Rev. A. C. Daiid, on Saturday morning all that was mortal of this good woman, followed by u host of sorrowing t'riends, was taken to Crab Orchard's beautiful cemetery on tllie hill, and placed beside those of her husband who preceded her some years ai'o, to await the resurrection morning. Hev. E. D. English, of Owensboro, is conducting a series of, meetings at Deech Grove Daptist church. Hev. English is a forceful earnest preacher and an elegant speaker and good crowds attend each service. On Saturday and Sunday iiotli morning una evening services wereatended by great crowds, the house being filled to overflowing. There have been some 10 additions to date. The service will continue through the week. The Song services ore a feature of the occasion and show plainly the good a singing school can accomplish, Prof. Elijah Dlaiiton, having instructed a j class there in the spring. Mrs. Goldie Cress and brother, Henry of near Cincinnati, who have had an enjoyable visit to their cousins, Joe and Huby Cress returned home Friday. Rev. J. K. Roberts preached Saturday and Sunday at the M. E. church. This was his last for (his church year but it is hoped lie will be leturned here. Rowland Wade, of Corbin. passed through this city on her way to visit triends ami relatives in I.rb,iiuit Junction. Miss Wade will stop off hcr as she goes back home and visit her sister. Mis. E. F. Smith and other relatives. W. W. Wade came down from C111 bin Thursday to be with his old friends and attend the fair. Mi-- s BfafossFariutPrivateSak On nceount of my health, I have decided to quit furring, and will of-II'm- - sale, privately one of the very best blue grass farms in LinThis farm con-taicoln county, Ky. 200 acresi by survey. Tho sivmu if under high state oC cultivation nt present and fine stock farm. Every ueie of this farm is susceptible of cultivation. Located 0110 mile north of McKin- noy; 4 miles east ot iiiisionviiie, ami 7 miles from Stanford, fronts oil good turnpike road, and one miles north of Queen A: Crescent railway depot, good shipping point, fine schools and churches und splendid neighborhood. 12 room The dwelling contains and would accommodate two families if desired. Same is in good repair. Two large tobacco barns with 10 acre, rr.pnrity enrh; two str.fk barns and all other nccessarv outbuildings. All under good fencing nnd well supplied with water. This laud will grow as much, if not mote, hemp, wheat mid (nliiii'i'ii than any fami in Lincoln county. A look at this farm will convince any ,ine of the truth of the above statements. Any fuither information desired write to mo at McKinney or call by teephoue McKinney, Ky. Samuel M. Owens, (KMFp cr GOD'S HERBS & ROOTS p V3" JMprJ Cure Diseases, The Bible says so, & it is being proven every day by : CHARLIE WHITEMOON, S729-3- 1 the Cow Boy Herbalist Cow-boy W. Broadway, Louisville, Ky. I Deep down In crcry human heart lies a NATURAL dealro for NATURE'S medicines. Root & Herbs. Too long have the secrets of naturo been ncRlected, too long have people disregarded God's promises. Mod cm doctors think only ot "operations" & strong drugs, whllo human suffering &." dcatha from dlseaso Increase rapidly every year. Health Is natural, disease, unnatural. .My yenrs of experience as a & among tho Indians glvo mo a peculiar fitness & knowteilKe ot tho powers of Roots & Herbs as medicines, my remedies buvo cured & nro curing Wood I'olson, Lung Trouble, Kidney, Madder, Liver, Female & Skin diseases, Rheumatism, Dropsy, Catarrh, Nervous k Stomach Troubles that were pronounced Incurublo by tho best doctors. I want to I'ROVH this to tho world & to any one asking. I will nmll tho greatest book ot Its kind ever published, entitled "THE COTv'-llOHERIIALIST." absolutely frcs. It you nro not enjoying ALL the blessings of perfect health, jour duty demands that you INVIMTIUATD MY CLAIMS. All letters of inquiry promptly answered. H Miss Katie Land, of Corbin, is visiting her sister, Mrs. James. .Mrs. John Dell and handsome little sou, Olhe Mabiiru Dell, came down from Coibiu, to attend the fair and be with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. John Naylor. Mr. and .Mrs. George Martin, of Livingston, and little daughter, came down to attend the fair. Ollic Tnpp, of Paris, was in our Ion n during the fair. Mason's Gap Charley Daugh ami daughter. Miss Dulcie, ot Creek are visiting tiicir friends here. Mr. JI. Hurst, was in Stanford, Tuesday on business. Mrs. J .M. Wilson is real sick ul this writing. Mis, Eflie D.iugherty lias been real sick, but is improving. -- is the name of my grtjt TOXIC, comfosrd of 16 Roots ft Ilerht, full quarts of medicine, lasts about s month t, costs onh one dollar & is IVGA11Y Gl'tlliAS'Tlil'.n COSf-CFr ",0"fy "f'""lfJ.V.K is sold Hi' ALL DNl'GGISTS & DUAL-ER- S ,'Kt,v.VJ!.!.'l'.KaM!!nK IX MF.DlCS'h for the nerves stomarh, liver, l.dntys, boxvels. bladder blood. A household remedv ""'' Sot it or Koa't get it, I WILL FILL YOUR UODY-IU'ILDF- wakes .? - .I -- "'wrr-woov- 'j yPA(lrl-vegftaiile orrs of sopkjs iwmax , guaranteed la satisfy or money refunded. loc or J bits fjc at all dealers, Retail, uho art sut" ' flied thru all wholesale dealers A'nMMry07'''''01"3'' sciexcf. ., fvre for Mis. Nl-nl'- s Mamie PUBLIC I will on SALE 17. 1912. Tuesday. September At 10 A. M. offer -2 PUBLIC SALE! Of Land and Personal A will Pronertv. I rmmMmmvmmi o'clock A. M.. on Tuesday. Seot. 17th. 1912 The farm consists of 21 ti acres of vcrv fertile land in a high stnte of cultivation, located on the pike 2 2 miles from Point I.enveil in the L. Si N. iailioa.1 and 7 mil"s so.ith of Lancaster. The laud is level, iust rolling enough l mniii en uikj mere is mi waste laiul nor poor laud on the fiirm. It has a seven loom dwelling, large itoek barn. 10 ucro tobacco bain, mo tenatn house und all other out buildings and plentv of good fuiit. A'l t entities that are excellent and desirable in agricultural pursuits combined in this larm. in fact thsie is no better farm in this country The disability of the owner, caused by a recent accident is the onlv leasou why this farm is offered for sale. There are 00 acic in wheat ttiibhle. 40 of this sown to sweet clover. 40 acres in corn. 10 acres in tobacco. 10 acres in oats stubble. 2o rve und grazed, and the balance in urns, lots. etc. The undersigned or the parties at tin- f i m will show it to uiivoue at any lime. immediately tollowing the mile of the farm the persona! nroncitv will be sold which consists of one 4 year 1ild bav horse a good driver: 2 veilr old hore: suckling iillv colt: 1 uair percheon mares in foal to iack: combined mure bv Preston: a veniliug fillv mid a suckling iillv by Hex Aibuckle: two mine mules: one inure mule and one tiiuro mule, o grade Jersey cows in ui ilk: 4 Jcvsev bull calves: 4 regU- teieil Jersey cows: J till cues; one (i venr old male and suckling fillv I'u't. 1 yearling horse colt: l." sows mid nigs: siy 00 pound shoals. Tlnce 2 horse wagons: .'I giuiu frames: 1 Deeriug bindor: manure spiender: 2 mowers: luiv rake: coin planter: 2 ,'t turning plows: cultivators: 1 slide: 1 single disc harrow: I double disc hario". 1 drag Inn low: Istecl io)l-e- r: 1 liemis tobacco setter: 2 sets of wagon harness: a Nit of plow gear and harness and bridles: a lot of household and kitchen furniture and other things too numerous to mention. Dinner on grounds. TLILMS announced on dnv of sale. Huahes & Swinebread. Anents. Lancaster. Kv. Col. 1. M. Dunn. Auct. 1 agents for W. S. Walker we otfer his land and personal property for sale to the highest and best bidder on the nicmUcs at 10 my farm containing one bundled and thirty- six ncies. lying :t miles from Danville, on the IVrryville pike, ami known as the Abraham Irvine farm. This land is in high state of cultivation, 20 to 2." acres splendid tobacco land, has on it a 10room house, two halls all necessary a ttobaecu barn that will hold 7 acies of tobacco, a good ten ant bouse, an abundance of water. all fences new; new stock bain: in fact this is n liist-clns- s stock farm must be seen to be appreciated. This land will be sold for one third cash, balance divided in eiiual payments, due in one, two and three veais. For further particulars or any information write, or call and see the undersigned. F. N. Gerharts Capt. T. D. Kngli-Auct. 70-.'- l. h. for sale Our school is processing nicely und good attendance. All had n nice mid tii3t tune at the box supper, given Friday evening ugiist Itith, for the benefit of the school. .Mr. and Mis. J. D. lt.iilev lmve been attending the Drodhead fair. Miss Xaniiie Hubble, of McKinney. attended the box supper here I'ridny evening. Mis--. Annie Kittrcll from Ludlow, is visiting her parents, .Mr. and Mrs. Skidmoie. Miss Lydia Daugiierty, was the guest of Mis, I'tfii. Daughcitv ' Tuesday. Mr. Charley Daugiierty was in Stanford on business WVdnesdnv. Mi"- - hmma Davis of btanford, i viitiu .Mrs. Prank Davis. Mr. J. I. I locker, family and childien attended the burial of his mother last week. Mis. ,iihii locker visited her sis ler. Mis. Anna I locker Sunday. 1 We, whose names nro signed Suuihiv. positively forbid nnv hunting; Mr. Kiisel Reynolds is building n or fishing upon our premises: new lions,, for his fnthcr-in-ln. F. Semoni .. Win. J. Deck. Fred S. Poynter. YonCriiittnignu, (I. Daiimanu. bo-lo- Mr. Hugh Tavlor. of (Juiiil, visited the fair sex of this place last Posted Hunting Forbidden. WtvTu HUBBUB BKB9HWsssBslsl.F AoSHVraHBT IUkVviHRHVHHBY' METALLIC ARTRIDGES Tl RrmlfltlAa Cab wBgy ftl up ft vrBs3SrsBKF7 isiflsslliW w ItouOac KCOti Shoot to Hit Bee Lick. Mr. and Mrs. James Khlcr aie re joicing over the nirival of a big boy at tacit- - home. Mr. .lacks. ui Scott and family, of Louisville, visited his father and mother, this week. Mr. David Proctor is improving slowly at this writing. S. . Owens mid M. M. Taylor, have completed a new school house at Conway, Ky. They wil begin a new one at Spiro, in a few dav. Mr. W. It. Drown and familv, who have been in Louisville for sometime have leturned to their old home heie. The pi oh Acted meeting will begin Satuiday August 20. More Their Ue Guarantees the Lite the Cootinued Accuracy of your Arm. 50 years of cirtridffraiklof 96 years o( have taulht us To make cartridfrt noted lor straight-hootiTo attain ture-firmmmunitian accuracy without impairing t curacy. To make for each kind o( arm the and to cartridfa it requlrts to tit I its keep skHut its test. cartridge specially made There is aRtmington-UMpistol. Every Remington- - UMC for rite cartridge is tested in the arm lor which It is made. Our Guarantee is behind these cartrkajea and behind any standard arm, to the full extent of the maker's own guarantee, when these cartridges are used. Shoot the cartridges thai shout straight. Shoot the cartridges that keep your gun shooting straight. Shoot Rtmington-UMcartridges. Metallic Cartridge Co. KcraiBtUoa Aras-Uaio- a fun-mskinf hard-hittic. C fur fur C 298 limtl HaTMtCilf Equipment there's something for you to think about. When you buy an you don't have to pay several hundred dollars extra for additional equipment that you've got to have. Everything is there, and everything is of the best qual ity. Just read over the construction and equipment details of the given below, and you'll get some idea of the wonderful value it offers at R-C-- R - C- H "Twenty-Five-" H R-C-- H, $900 The Car crank shall. inch b.ire.'fl-incl- i Timing kcihs and valve 1- F. O. B. DETROIT WIIKKLDASK .MOTOR Lonji-tio- stroke. 110 indie- -. 4 cylinders caM en bloc; 3 Three-poi- nt The Equipment NON-SKID TIRES-3- 2x3 -1 Two-bearin- j; d, tive type. ivhcicver iinictieulilc; chionie nickel CONSTRl'CTION steel used thioicluuit till sliuit mid yea is in the lrunuiiiiiu mid rear uxlu; hih emboli iiiananee steel in all parts ieiiiiriu; special stiffness. r.n;lisli tye; uxtui wide seats. 1IODV Full Drop-foryiin: STKKWINU Left side. incwr-ihl- e near, woiiu oleerins column. CONTIJOl. Cenlilr Lever oporalcd tlnou-- li iutesrnl with ju-- t joint Imii-in- ir below. Iland-lcve- r brake at enieic,cncy diiver'n riaht. Foot accclciator in cinnenlion with hand thiotlle. Sl'IMKOS Fmuti iciir, lull clliplic mid mounted on swivel scats. I KKA.MK 1'ic steel channel. type. AXLK Front. rear, TRANSMISSION .'I speeiU forward nnd reverse, sliding ueiir, selecli uni-vcrseini-ellinfie, diop-forKcd; sfiiit-tlualiii BULLET ELECTRIC HEAD LIGHTS WITH PARABOLIC LENS. HALL BULLET ELECTRIC SIDE LIGHTS WITH LENS. EXIDE 100 AMPERE HOUR BATTERY. HALL BOSCH MAGNETO WARNER DEMOUNTABLE RIMS. EXTRA RIM AND HOLDER TALLY-T- O HORN. JIFFY CURTAINS-- UP OR DOWN TOP AND TOP COVER. AUTO-METER .'..., INSTANTANEOUSLY "? T . "t WINDSHIELD. REAR TOOL-KIT. VIEW MIRROR American Realty Co. Am uffeiing splendid liarguitis in Our Stock and (iraiu Farms. specialties Iinioveil ALFALFA nlsu Fruit and Poultry Farms, Farms. We have the Fauns thoy till Want, Locution, N'eur Towns, (Jooil Schools ,111111 Churches, fine Climate; excellent Water. Send for Luis, Then See for Yourself. 301-- 0 Surety Hld'b, Muskogee, Oklu. JACK. TIRE REPAIR KIT. PUMP ROBE RAIL. Il When y.m look ill nnotlier car, just note what eiiipiuent i furnished with it. And figure out what you'll have to pay extin lor the thincs that will meet .vour everv iciiiircineiit iiien't theie. And don't ioiet that in stuidiness, comfoit. beauty, power and economy, the as well us though you piiiil twice its price. ROADSTER $700 and $750. 1 have contracted for a limited number otthese cars. If vou wait until sprlnqyou may be able to aet nm nnrt h. inen Order your auto supplies through me. you may be simply sorry. Call for demonstration today. H. C. Carpenter Co., Agents, 7