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Interior journal (Stanford, Ky. : 1912): September 3, 1912 Interior journal (Stanford, Ky. : 1912) 300dpi TIFF G4 page images Shelton M. Saufley Stanford, KY 1912 int1912090301_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): September 3, 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. - ., r EG1 t ' . i1 --, .SAfi M CIRCULATION-OV- ER S.SM THE LAMEST tF ANY CtUNTRY NEWSPAPER IN THE STATE OF KENTUCKY. FOUNDED 18C0. G3il YKAH. The Interior Journal. NO. 71. Bible School Convention Prooram The following is the prouium of Ilui llllJ Lincoln County Conenti..n which will bu held with Htnnford Christian church, WedneMhi'', Sept. 1; .1 i1 I I Watch the fet m and Renew Prwwtfy. ywr Mil? Ji STANFORD, LINCOLN COUNTY, KENTUCKY. Tl ESDAY, SEPTEAIHEIl :i, 1DF2 TUESDAYS AND FRIDAY!. Snakes In , WALKER AGAIN SAYS HE IS FOR HELM Thouoli Petitions are lelnq Circulated Secklnq to Put Him on Prohibition Ticket. Petitions lutte made their uppenr-iinc- e Underin tliit county, iiml it H f till! stood ill OtlltT COUHtlCS ' " ll'l trict, ulsn. llev. I). M. Wnlker, pimtor of tlio r this ily. '"' Christum ehurrh placed upon tlif ballot in November i,h Hip .nndidntc "I the PronbiLnn Mr. iiK-party for li-- - knowledge inw'tcr. denies iiiiv- IH'titil'MK. Illljl llic souico of Hidu'lnros that ho will not accept mi. tendered lilt". i. nomination if U II, reiterates Ins stnto.nent made l; " lielnre the denioerutio puimiry t.wt I.,, i, Inngicssuuin Hnrtoy " I in nml will voir for jono-elcctious In- - ili'l "' in ti.o fimil ; " A,,,,,,t ,"1, primniy l lluil II..- - iHMtmii Walker Shepaid-K.-nyo- n fr In-I- Mr. Helm mi tin-lull wiii such Hint etery toniporunco ,UIH (nan could support Inm. '""1 not changed now from tl'i' P"i''"" which lit. look before tin; (miliary. Mr. A. W. Carpenter, the real "' Prohibition lender of he this part ol the stiite. sitys Hint g seek-j,,known nothing or the (H'tltlons Mr. tl.; .s,nVres-.o- nl understanding lireii.ir.il in Mrs. Frames hont t.i the Eighth (illation. name on hnllot. It is the here Hint tliev were probably b E. Henuehump Walkers 'l"'r,,, for t,,r Fort Worth. Texas, Sept. -"Hl rnilroml cuiploji's ,..... . down to lw.ii.piei on .mm- and nil Sunday, watermelon lirt melon, one ..C Imd their Jill. The I largest eM-- raised ... the ...led he ne.Bl.c.1 MU pounds .....I State,. John M. -..mi. fn.m the farm of conductor, who Knight. eolton belt has a ,...1.1. of euuimous n.e o.is neur Tyler, Tcxns. C. II. Luk. retUK.il to Some Watermelon. This Kulyxix r Pa-sen- hire of lire of unprecedented si'c. Many Going to Circus. Iltngling I'ro-- .. circus - ultrnct-in- -' unusual iiitenM this season of it- - mum new features ami the hlmw by Km-Hi., new . Ihc addition .it the Krenl rpe.tae will Iw The "Joan ot Are." eeu in lluhuioud. Wednesday Itb, and at Lelianoii, Thursday Mil mid .ountry this eitv and Miirnuudiui: will he well represout.il n it nlwajs - withw wl.cu ll.nu'liic.' Hiotheis an- MeKniKhtV "tory "hul ho pro.lu.t-- . i.u.l on i. bet hi-- , on. to M. , ...nductor brought ouWorth. The Texas melons this J cur e Agent. net U-- in cxeuvsioii dilam.e. Tlie.e will be u new parade in the forenoon thue miles in length. The In of htmiiK.' u.nmal life new t. A.ne.ieim '."". Aiuli-.lir- e by 5I7.1 of will be entertapu-nr-tiHie uTeiitest ot KuropeV cir.-uThe sieal feature t the hli.iw e. is uf lourhe the liewh lidded ".loan of Aie." with u trnin-lou- .l of hpee.al s.enerv. i.u.l n ei.st ot 4i lid Mum' piopeiti.-There is al. a ' elmrus ballet of .'I'Hl .KineiUB .if 40" ton'.'- - and mi orellesliu of 1(1(1 This is the greatest holo.sth. drnuiiit.c nu.l hpe.ta.ular piodue-tm- u iiiiiux hp.i-iu.em. s s. pee-laels as it was pn.fti.ally tw.ee us bi hvt year and .ontuiiw in Amerien, built kUki' bu:-yon n hHi-uillthan a lii.mlr.il .n.liuiivy theatre. It is ini.de M(itnble so that it i ill. Ik elected u. the man. lent eael. en-jeter iiiorniu-.'- . "Joan .it" Ale" tells u miinti'ifill Fieneh history ill a hlory I', inn thrill. uk' uml dramatic way ami with of tons of tl.n w.md.'iful illusion hpee.al hcenerj i.u.l hta"e deice. In the jjreiit buttle hcene the uii.li-nc- e held spellbound by the leal-ihi- u i of the hcclie. while tho .'iiaet-iwrof. Chillies of the VII is beyond (piestion the most htaue picM.uiptiouh nu.l iunpiri.. ture etcr it Mercer Woman Kills Husband Ky.. Sept. Isbum, A. Kussell. who has ii hoft drink limihi i.u.l lunch tiiul heie for about u xenr.was about 0 ..'clock hhot and killed TIiiiihiIiiv cxemiiL' by his wife. For a week or inoie l(usell had not been Mininir ut home, u.i.l when he went to the hoi.se Thursday e.enini: his wife met him nl the door, uml to her stnleinei.t hhe iiske.l Inm if he hn.l come home to be u Ki'iitleiniiii and Irenl his family light. Hi. icplied. Mrs. Ili.ssell hah. that be had come to kill her uml the Mrs. Kush.-l- l l.nd concealed levolver hehiml her nml iinuie.li n i.telv opened file upor her husband. lu William I -.-.1 ehil-dien. If mi know of the real value of Chamberlain Liniment for lame back hprains and Mireness of the muscles, rheumatic pnius, you should never by wish to bo wilhunt it. Fin- sale (I. L. I'enuy.' For Sale. Two sows nn.l pica. R-Mrs. Anuio Ilackley, Stanford, 2. Frith Brown. Lincoln's Election Commissioners M.ss Lorcttu Frith, of lEro.llu-ad- , The Slntc Hoard of Kleetion Cum. and Mr. L. M. Iliowu, of Louisville, inissiunprt., ut mi udionrncd ineetin he... Moiuh.y lifter-noo- n wuie iimrricil last Fn.li.y uppointed Win. 0. Cuocl. ut tl... court house b Judge. J. election coinnuxhiouuius 1. l!;iilc. This was a M.ii.isu to Jor i.iuruiii county. (Jorge u. rior- her iminy f.iemls, fur they left home j Morninq: dice wiih nniii.-.- l iih the icpublieun, to go to (nil. Orchard for dinner, u few tiny uuo. They ll::t(l. 10:00 I)eolioual uml wet- - I hut hoot, decided to dmc hurt' and .with Slfenff MeCurty maku up llioj Local School. .line 't't mnrric.l. The bride is the "Itibles nm9 Bible i'ouut. uleeliou Ikiiii.I, which iimiiich 10:00- - lll:lo dnughtcr uf Mr. uml Mis. ' onicers ol eiecuoli i.rr urn n- -, Uev. Watt MoiilKouie.y. ,1. , (J. I'Mlh uml is very popular uml the election m New (Irade.l among her friends. Mr. Itrowu is u i , pinimry next i'iir. Il.blt, .Seli....r'-lm.titiiin charge of Kern-mprominent miIcsiuuii of Louisville ' ,...,.... ,. Mute Worker. . .. uml thev will make their future :(MM Sl( through nuw ,llc nure u,lev "ds "r.iuieli-M- i They have the home in Louisville. Tho in innings of the ImrM-methe Ibble School" l(e. 1). M Wnl- best wishes of their many friends the up. mi' mii.'s nt the Slaufoi.l ker. uml the I. .). for u long and happy :'J0-- 1 1 tfiO Message I nun Inir ii e given us follow: "A union. lht --'.! :i.l. Total the St.ile" Stute Woiker. I -- (h) Deleiinining the Mack Hughes .. 1I:(MI--J.(tl.'... Lancaster. 11(1 (b) Aunouuce- - IMar Doty Manner county. The Lniicnster Teucher's Institute 117 llnjes . ljernnr.1 incut of Comnuttii', etc. met at M,1li?6 oatUldn) and an in'. 103 ' v,t,L'' Afternoon wus LI teresting program Gibbs, tendered. 70 i i :0(.:0(l lli.siiii'ss Seshiou; u-- )Vulter Wnlker . the young Miss 1 50 ccretury, nml ft:'"'" J Jav, ports of Schools; .laughter of Mr. uud Mis. Lutliei 45 Mu.phy .. A. COBURN J. committees. Gibbs, was taken to St. Joseph's 10 i.i.n ...'in a ... ...I..I u..rL..r ....m. Lawieiice Kogers :;. Whose Great Minstrels Show Here Hospital, Lexington, vv lute she sub 1(. S. Sciidder . . fclente Led by u Stute Worker. Or. I'ontciis nutted to tin operation for appendiuo Saturday Niqht. o;,lll.:i:(.ll K.Vlcut.'.oual Period: citis. Mrs. Lou u.les , , (I) "The Value of the Cradle Roll" Hugh Taikingtou Mrs. T. J. Price gave it handsome J.r) DIAMOND RING CONTEST llrief address bv Miss I'auliue CariM'iitcr Hix.s., leceptioii, the guests of honor be10 Wusli-burn- c, Mocker. ing her sisters, the Mis-10 At Junction City Creating Much In CJ) "The Vnlue of the Home De- - V .', '"""'; - '..' of Louisville, und Mrs. M. 11. 5 ...r..,. .i.. ..... . terestThe Standinq imrtiiirnt" He. W. S. Willis Mutiny, of Tallahassee, Flu. The. :t:00-:i:1- 5 Aibfress, "Trained Tube KHis.ui . . , home wus attractive in its decoraSmith ilaughmuu. The count of the big diamond ring tions Leaden Through tins Organin-ti.ui- " J. of pulnis, I'ciim und cut llow-er- s, Ilailey u Stoic, ut I. contest ut the lticliard-oMr. Minnie Itohius.ui. uml the ices served were it deJunction City, shows u lively m- licious kind. .'J:iri-:i::i- 0 Address, "The ImporAuthor Changed Bill Himself teiest being taken by the young Intance of Teacher Training'' llev. F. - die, urn I their trien.ls. The standing .Elder F. M. Tinder und Alts. F. M. TluKy.. Sept. . Fni.il.furt, M. Tinder. Tinder have announced the engage misiinderstanding over the Frost at the last count wns ns follows: Moning.n-Mcimirin- l :i ttyM :fl 'Herbert daughter, Mis Franwhisky net, the wording of which Miss Georgia Well :i(i,400 nie.it of their en ire-- Led bv Stnte was Mild to have been chuugti, hux ces Cteiishaw uud Benjamin F. 0 :iG,0.-)Miss l.ucv McCord Worker. The wedding will occur this been denied up, uml it is learmil Miss Annie Atkins :'.V-'20 full. As both the contracting pur-tie- s Jtliat no one is ut fuult. hut Hint the Miss Laura Kelly '20,000 i Cal Miracle Electrocuted ure ipiite popular it is needless changed purpose of the bill was the .Miss LaVenia McOrnw 10,000 Cul Mnacle, of Hell County, wus result of the uuthor'n wishes. say how much happiness is in 18,8.'i0 to Mi.s Floui Minor for them. electrocuted ut the Eddy wile peni The Semite Join mil of March .", Miss Muuiiti Jones 18,700 slore Mr. William F. Chninp. the cush-ie- r tentiary last rri.lny. He died with shows that the hill was culled up Miss Alum Cosby 17,j"00 of the Citizens National Hank who out making iiiiv Mutetncul. lue that day lor passage uml that Sena10,700 Susie had recently gone to Louisville to for which Miracle paid his tor Flost of feted nil lilucmlmeut to Miss Irene Huberts crime Mis.s 10,700 Lyons consult a specialist in legaid to his lite us a iKiuilty, wus one of the wlrike out the winds "or delivery to Mis, Muiy Deck 10,:)0U condition, was operated upon tho w.ir.st in the criuumil annals ot I toll (mother" in line two of heotion one Miss Cbristeiiiii Noskit 10,.ri0O county. On. it .piiet Sunday ufiei- - and by milling to section three two .Mi.s Pnuline Taylor .'iit week in the Jewish hospital for 14.8.10 appendicitis, und there lire all n.iou in August ol biht year, he went woi.ls: "Provided, l.ovvever. that Miss Aiiah Piuitt 12,450 lor his ultimate recovery. to the home of Mutthew.s Jones, on the in'ovismu of this net shall not Miss D.uiabelle West 11,000 (liH.ilvwii Ills luviil wife i ut his bedside. brunch, a neighbor, uml ......i. ,,. .....i. r...r:L... .... Miss (I nice Jeffries 11,700 .Mrs. J. M. Acton, uge Xi teats, without p.ovocntioii shot him to j,.,.,,,,,,,,, irom ,,rsI.ti- .- Mi.s Grace Luwmiu 11,4j0 died rosl,.. her home in this eitv ) deatli. His thu-h- t lor gore not huv- - j,,., ,,3 M.i. 'j'he uuiendments Mis Elsie Astotl Il,:i00 I'ti.lavut ufter an illness lasting ninny nig Ih'I'H riitist.e.I, he thou bhot, in ,urt. adopted, Miss Itlui.ehe Dunn She was it months from cancer. cold blood, a helpless woman Mrs. Mi-- s Doru McAnlev 11,000 devoted member of the Baptist who he met in the road Thomas w. Varnon Now a Lawyer. Dnlce Part..., 10,1T)0 Ethel Claiksou Mi.s (lurch for it number of years. after leaving Jones home. Alter T1L. m.n x. ('., Citizen Iium Miss Alice Durham 10,4." (I ,.,,. .i... r.iu. ...l- .,r . Miss Des:e Wtight sides her husband, she leaves llitec Lilhag these pcnjn:., Miracle went fjlw .".. 10,000 ci'.ildrt'ii two daughteis und one mm to his limue, told his family what f,mm.r Stanf.nd hoy. the .sou of Miss Eliniheth Curler 10,100 she being the soe-o-- d mil n step-soI mem goou-uj- e nun j,Kt. IIM,j jr- lie nail .lone Vninon: .Miss Jessie Wnlker 10,000 vile of Dr. Acton. Much symlei I. For several woks utter ijio Ac. or.ling to u hpeeinl to The Miss Clurii .Miirtin 10,000 pathy is extended the sorrowing fitm-l- y crime it was believed that Miracle c'itiroii Iiiuu Ilaloigh last night. Miss Freilia SelNmer 10.000 csh chilly the two inotbeilo-- s nj.s liming .ii.. iii uiu lui'iiniuiiis i nomas vv. Minion tin. I Kutluer tin tighter-- . She is surtived bv mi near his home, uml his taimly wus ( 'iini,l(l., f this eity. weie umong Junction City. aped mi, tlier, Mrs. Elizabeth Morkept under hiirvcilam e, but no truce the hi.xly-tw- u upplicui.ts who passed Miss Lillu Kcuue i. in llurgiu, the gan, of Pulaski who has been with He was the eviiuuuatiou given by the ol I. .in could be found. .Miss Lue.le Stone. her during the past weeks of her turned up in 1'iriiiiiiKliiiiUi'prc.iie court Mor.lny for iicei.se to guest of Miss lluth McC.ilhim has return- ilni'.s. Mrs. Acton's devotion o her Ala., as he wus buying a ticket to'p,aotioo law. The fact that Mr, Crab Oi'luad, whole bhe tumily was beautiful nml her init'n-ii- g further south, being i.lcntitie.l by J.j Vninon uml Mr. Campbell passed ed fromMrs. Wullaco Outer. visttetl I .ill.; of her children highly com L. (iiveiis. t will be learned with in Ashe- Messrsj. Alex Tnbble uml Joseph mciiduhltr. ille. The former is the son of Mr. Piewitt atteudetl the meeting of the Mtw Lottie May Mcltobetls gate Rowland. uml Mis. W. E. Varnon and the lodge in lliistonville Thurs- tut enioyiihls' Cut Omega luncheon. latter i the nl son of Or. and Masonic .Mr. uml Mis. (I. Martin uml prcl- day evening. tile following ones in her f ..Herai..plu'll. lire t little daughter.., Louie uml Eliz- ';,.:i.lungt..n, uml Iloth iiui. Linemen of the W. I. Tel. Co., to Mis.es Lillian Crouch, Cl.iiks mit. Lee ..'l.,.il.. .,..., r..i..r lioine. h..v.. ...........I ......, iiner ,. lutnm. of i . ..... ...r heiu substituting ..upper for the vill", leiiu., Xuiiey Wnlker, Lancas:.. ersiiy. .iir. v union lias iieen a uie wires which tew .lays viit to tiaicnth ueic. been use. s.iiil'nt u( Hint iiistituiimi for ihe lion said that the hate uuiiiedinmetiil ter; Mwes Jeiiuettu Thoniloii uml s, The tolluwiug uttended the Alice-to- n past tir.st Hiiitou, of Darui.bt several ears, taking' an acn It is will withstand smoke. uml .bit bet-t- Miv.s Ciimp Meeting Siiuday : .Mrs. deiiiie Knte Campbell uml Lena course and Inter studying law Dave Collier, Jlr.. T. J. Jennings, than the hitter. Phillips, Xichobisttlle, Mi.s Aun.i s, Misses Sara Itii'hiirds.m, Bessie C.ilemuu VnuMi'ter, WinchoslVr, Mrs. Tom Burton, .Mis.es Uusie This Younqstcr Is Some Rider it ml AnAnna Wiue, (Jem-giMastt'f Itranhniu lleiuley llaugh-i.iii- Wnght und V.rg.iiM Neeilhiim went Miss Hilda Threlkeld, Maystille. l, Cas-sel- l. lleiisiu nie Cubbcll, Jli'5-i- s. the eight ycur old sou of Mr. to C'.uli Oieliiird Fii.luy and ell.ioyed Misses Martha Land. Mart- L. Sidney Coiner A. tli.it' uud Mr.. Chailes Hroilstou, of and Mr... John S. Haiiglunun. won u picnic on the Spnng's ground.. Miss Wright remained over night LetiiiL'tou. f'l' bv- -t buy ruler ::t Miss Kate l.iuul bus letuiuud this week, defeating the bov who won with her coll. in, Miss Lulu Hates. Cook entoi turned .Miss Margaiet Mr. und Mrs. Edgar Xee.lh.nii und in honor of Mis.es Chustine uud home to Col bin. at State Fair last year. He nUo childtcu hate letuiued from it two Helen Eli7aheth Sprngeiis, of LouisMr. uml Mr. (Icorgc Cm tor, of won this ut D.i. i ville uml hcuson Kuowille, tile the gueste of Mis. (.. Hni rod. burg uml is undoubtedly the weeks' visit to his pnients in Hoon-till- ville, uml .Misses Mutgiiiet uud Joe E. Curler. raulcouer. of Philadelphia. Dainty champion of Kentucky. As .Mr. nml .Mrs. J. J. Whitehoiise .Mrs. refiosliiiionts weie served to dainty l W. Stevens, uud little he is only eight yeurs old but stilted bundhot), Lester Iaii, have lelurued home les a hoise like an old timer Dan- will take possession of their now little peoile .uul good time generully pioporty on October 1st. Mr. White-hous- e enjoyed. to Louisville. ville Messenger. will begin to impiote the Mi.s. Jim .laiiies, is it. Coihin, with Mis. W. A. Gates, of Hornet eite. ut once. n., was the guest past week West her sister, Mis. A. M. Ti annuel. Brodhead. Mis. Virginia Xeedham, of Ilo.m-till- of Mr.;. Emilia P. (hunt uml dttugli-lit.M.s. Miuy Hughes, of Stnnfwd, Mi.s Mamie Wade, is visiting her nu.l Mrs. Jaiue.s Lee, of Kuoxville, sistor, Mi. Ed Smith. Mrs. Jl. i:. Hughes and little is witlt her tmther, Mr. Edgur Murgutet Elkiu Hughes, Millie Mns.leu. of Lebanon, June Teniu weie the guests of Mrs. Lar-ki- n Xec.lhnm, to attend school here the .laughter, fouling session. Hicks' Sunday. of Louisville, tile guests of tloli was here with friends Salut.lay Miss He.ssie Dm ham began teachMiss Katie Hunch is visiting in J. W. Miller uud M. D. ami Sun. lay. ing school ut the school house near Hughe... The Mi.os Cummins, of .sella Hull, bus roLiii ncl l.ebuuou Junction. Miss , Wicliitu, Ktis,, ure heie for u visit llev. Kogei-sof Louisville, filled Gcrimiutown Monday. home utter n pleasant visit r. her Miss Muiy Ilui .lotto, of Stanford, to Miss Hullie Broun. Missus si.ler, Mis. C. A. Mm tin, of Dan- his legnlur appointment heie ut the Cluistiaii cl.uich, Saturday nn.l was a recent visitor to Mrs. A. J. Hemic Lear and Margaiet Arnold ville. Evu Us, are enjoying u visit to trien.ls in Mr. and Mrs. (ieoige Dohoide Sunday. Mni.hi.ll McColluni left for Lexington uml Xichol.ist'ille. Mr. Flovd Chestnut was down from were visiting in Crab Oichuid last Monday to nccept his nl.ice and All's. (1. A. Swinebroud me w eek. Ml. Vernon Sunday night. by several weeks stay ut Victor Fiuiicisfo is tnking in the in the railway mail service. His Miss Alpha Dii.ldeiui'. of Lauis. run will he between Ciucimiuti nml Cntli Alissos Orchard Springs, ville, is with her giamlfuther, Col. London loir this week. Chuttuuooga on trains three uml Aluyuie nml Lillian Davis, of JackMiss llillie Ilentou, of Millct'sbui lluil' Dmldeuir, sonville, Flu., are with their cousin John Iticc is in Louisville on Ims'i- - i. Hie guest of Miss Muttie Wilmot four. The Adult Bible (lass of the Miss Anii' Almgmet Elkin. Airs. Mr. uud Mi's. Itiincc Itrowu nml ui'ss, .Mis. I 'en i I lllcvcus, of Putkhvillc, ch.l.licn. of Louisville, uie with her Christian church wu, entertained bv Perry West, who bus boon the guest bus ictmue.l home niter u hhoit parents. My. and Mi's. Jake Elder,, Mrs. 0. II. MeColbini Tliuivdnv ev. of .Miss Agues .Mile, bus returned stay heii. to fiien.ls ami lelativc. I Mr. and Mis. It. S. Mm tin were eninp. Delightful iclicsliments weie to her homo in Xew Yo.k. .Miss Mr. Heriiii.il llnftmi, tnme down in Mt. Veiimn Tucs.lny to see Mr. Si serte.l uud the evening passed too Susie Hilton is in Stanford visiting ipiicklv for those uf the cliis.. her mother. Alls. J. 11. Hilton. Air. fioul Livingston Moudav, culling on Mattiu who is veiy ill. Miss Bcs.ie Wright bus ieltiiiie.1 and Mis. Walter Allen uml childieu, Miss Wo.cllu Hall. Mi's. It. P. Mni - j The infant cliil,! of Mr. nu.l Ml. tin, luih icturiied home from Lob.. Hiimp Itcyuolds died very micxpect from it visit to Miss Cleo llrown in of Chattnuooga, are guests of Ales I. illy last Satui.hiv uii'l.t uml wus Puiksvillc. dames It. L. Elkin uml J. E. Itohiu-somm Junction. It wus probably because of his .Mi.s Julia Higgiits bus icturu nftciuoou in the Mi's. Ida Mondny uud sou, Jessie, buiie.l Sunday gieat love for dog, mid its being ed to Kiehmoiid. . me visiting friends uml relntives in Christian cemetery. 1 Mi.s finite Met till is visiting in reciprocnted Hint got Geoige Engle-iiiii- ii Louisville. in tiouhle. George is n gentle, T. Al. Giluiore, piesideut of the Mrs. Tom Cuinis. wns the guest Ml. Vernon. Heihert Painter left Wednesday man of color ami would always .Model License League, has challengof Mrs. It. L. Allnight during the 'nfteinoon f. Finzier, Idaho, white. halve what u dog had with himself ed Piesideut Palmer, of the Auti Slnnfoid fnir. no mutter who else suffeied. When Sal. mil League to "iisk the next Mrs. liny Wnre eiinie ii from he will iniike his futuie home. Stocpic nml ii-tti- r, these bloodhounds weie here last Legislature of this Stuie to pass mi Miss to visit her parIlile.Vh. Wednesday Miss Dell Stnpletou me viiting week Mr. Luir couldn't get them amendment to our county unit bill ents here. Miss (ieorgiii Cnbbt'll bus retuni in i.ou.ion i.u.l i on.. u. .iiss Mornis mist III chouse that Geoige lived in. which will piovi.le it pciialtv of iKMI stay lit will lohirn in thiee weeks to spend So thev a net oil George nml took tine ami th'nty days in jail if anyoil homo lifter it few ili.v one is convicted uf oi deling li.pior Mrs. T. C. Manners', ut Aliceton. a few tnoie dnys with her parents. him to Danville wheic ho waived trial nu.l is in jail because brought into it ''.liy" county, or it The tent meeting clise.l here Sun. before leaving for Florida, white he couldn't give the WOO bail. nnyone is convicted of bringing Ii iny night, much iuleiest being muni she will tench iiguiu this year. mid Hryau George is charged with breaking in- iiior into a "dtv" count v, or if anyMiss Puttie Perkins fesled. Pci kin, of Mt. Vernon nro visiting to the storerom of Mr. II. C. Cntv.m one is convicted of having liquor in his pos.e.sion in it "dry" county." one pretty evening last week. Let the I. J. print your sule bills. their uncle, Hubert Ha rues. l():ir.-ll:(ltl-"T- Tobacco Patch SCHOOL IEGINS HERE '" Nou-mht-r- li' 1 1 1 ,. "''":" 1 1 1 Hri Hlr-- LKi l cri .... 1 , 1 , c. i .... llob-iiiso- n. liKii-cutio- iis i,, 11.-20- -- intt-rcs- -- -- -- - Vr-.ulle- or Jen-mug- n. Over-httee- s. e. ty e, s. Mes-dam- es Cin-cinn- n. ON NEXT MONDAY mer of the Highland section, ran into it whole family of the poison- Extensive Alterations Marie on 0M ous copperhead snakes while suck-crin- g Colleqc BulldltHj Graduate tobiicco in his patch last FriGo Hlflher. day, They were about three feet in length mid be uud his sou had no The Stanford Graded nil.) IIil'Ii tumble in dispuU'liing nil of them, Schools will open lor the full term with clubs. .Monday mm mug, September Otli. A icconl attendance is expected nftcr Moonliqht Picnic long summer vacation. Pupils A jolly crowd of liftceii walked the IllilillllL' iMtiliiv cnrllrii'ittps will bn out to the fnir grounds Wednesday night, und enjoyed u moonlight pic- admitted free of eliurgc, under the uriniigoinenj (he County Hoard of nic. It wus the first picnic of this liml Hint the young people have had hdiicutioii has made with the citv this summer, und it wns enjoyed by hoard. All of the 'school buildings huvo nil. A mole suitable night could not have been chosen, lor the moon been put in first eluss slimte for tha opening of school. Work un the shone, its brightest. A delightful i action of the old college lunch wus enjnvcd. uml Miss Lucile biiil.lmg Cooper ucteil ns cluiperone. The pleted, has not been quite combeing rushed in ordor but ciowd consisted of: Aliss Alary E. to Jutte it in shnpo for occupancy McKiuncy uml Air. Joe Hill, Aliss when east wing; Ltle Cmiicr mid Air. Stcwnrt Cur-so- of theschool opens. TheIippii old building has nut in Aliss Lucy Lee Walton uml Air. splendid shape, with four large, ex Ali-- s ( nrl Carter, Hundley Sarnh und Air. Wullnce Singleton, Aliss cellent rooms, and an approach. Si.pt. J. W. ,lifhind is very nnxi-oi- is Yiigiiiin Aluhoney ami Air. Albert for nil pupils entering, to bo Holt'cluw, Ali-- s Eli7iibetli Higgins present the filst day of school, that mid Air. Harris Coleinali, Aliss Lu- they limy be properly enrolled, classcile Cooper. Air. Wesley Enib.y ified, etc. lie will be assisted by a uml Air. .lame. Cooper. splendid teaching conn this term, und it very successful your isj exJumbo Camp Meetinq pected. Begins Saturday. The Stanfoid High Seoul grudu-ute- s The annual camp meeting will behave taken high position in othgrounds nevt gin ut Jumbo eninp er educational institutions after September 7th. The first ser- finishing ,pre. Qjtc a mim)er n vice will be conducted ut 11 a. m. this year be found in with Hro. Wooldridge, of lliissell stitutions of learning. the high inAmong them, Springs mid Hro. A. C. Alims, of nml the colleges und universities Denver, Teun., doing the preaching. they will attend are: Hro. Jl. A. Coffey will lend the singThomas I J. und W. JL Bright, Jr., ing Come nml bring your tents and nml HnnU Coleman nt the Untver-.,y.,- "f emnp on the grounds. There will be Vi.T.rJna. Lester O'Bannon, no gate collections this time. Come allure Singleton, mid Wm. McCar-t.- v, iniiyinjr that God will give us n. great Jr., nt State University, Georgo For further information 1). mid ,Ioeph Hopper revival. at apply to C. W. Lovell, nt Stanford, I mversity, AIisS Elizabeth Central or Finnk Orider, ut AIcKinney. 71-'- 2 Wnnls Seminary. Xnshville,Higgins, Tent... while Aliss Bcrtn Jean Ienny will Mt. Zion. take .special work nt Ward's and We ure liuving lots of ruin uud tvuch in Howard College, Gallatin, crops look line. lean. Others who are teaching with at Lrst class certificates or in A big meeting hits just clo-e- d special this place, hold by Bro. J. 0. Liv- schools are: Alices CInu.Un Eaton, to Mnigaret Warren. Afnttie ingston with nbout 20 tidditiotis AteClary, the chiireh. Everybody wits please,) Salbe Hurdette. John Eva Hilton, with the meeting und much grieved .Mary Morrison Ma then v. Willie. Hro. Moore, Lttu Mueller, been Use it closed so soon. etc. Cul'cr was nl... pi esent Saturday night, Sunday und Sundiijjiight STORE IS CLOSED eterybody wits glnd to hate him Failed to Advertise. So Business back again, ns well as Hro. Livingston too. They lire well luted by all Was Not Good WV- - cannot in in the community. heart-fe- lt thanks wold, exincss our The Stanford lirinw.li ..P ii... ir..:. for what they hate done for our ed Clothing Stores silently folded ita eommuuitv also Hro. Carpenter, who "tugs mis vvoeK and wafted uway. donated so much for the purpose of litick of business is given as tha building this church. Bio.. Carpen- euusetiut the reason for this is ter bus made one visit down heie tiiiliiriPto advertise. Since the esmid we l.iily hone he will inuke an- tablishment of the store almost a other tisit in the netir futuie. We year ugo, but two advertisements shall always, liml room to put in a lute been inserted in the newspaper wind of welcome for him. heie. Local Alunuger T. D. IJaney The denth nngel vNited the home states that he endeavored to conof Air. and Airs. Jones A.lnnw and vince the mmiugement that the store cnllo.l for its tictim, little Jewell could not succeed without live, aguml it took its light nhote to live gressive und contiiiuul advertising, but those at the ...... .... il... ...'(..: Iium.I ..I' ami it'igu with Josii.. iuiuu Al,- nml Mr,. Aibiin, hute the count not get the idea into their heart-fe- lt sympathy of nil who know heads, it seemed. A handsome, storeroom was fitted them. Air. H. A. While is somewhat imup in the 1 locker storetoom at the proved at this writing. turner of Alain nn.l r ...,.i " Theo.loie linger., continues nbout streets, one ot the very ,ttivinici beat cor ners, in me city, lint a- - yr. Ia!:o.. the same. Airs. Geoige White, oL Lancaster, lcmaiUil, the onlv customers has been visiting her parents, Air. weie those who lmppeued to and Mis. Hrytint Brown. stumble in; there wus no advertisvising to draw nhi'in, uud so the Alt. Alary Pcatce hits been result iting her sister, Aliss Sullie Sow tiers. wus inevitable. Ida Thompson is visiting her pniStunfoid luis th.ee other clothing ents. Mr. and Alts. J. T. Delnney, of stores, all (imsisteut ndvertisers, Quail, were the guests of Air. uud using big space uud keeping them-seltAlls. W. AL Thompson, Sunday evprominently before the 4,000 ening, ulso little Elht mid Delhi subscribers of the interior Journal Noak.'s ut nil seasons. They ure all doing Air. II. A. Smith had an apple n nice business and growing every cutting Thtirsduy night all report a year. It p.iy to advertise. nice time, tltinf iif.iiiil.. of tin. iinrt nt- ,....,... ... .... , ......,. tended the Brodhead fair owing to Coburn Here Saturday Ninht. t In Light ot Lie mrstiip. Everybody is iute.ei.teil in the Alls. Jodu Smith has been tptite coming of CobiunV gteut nu'iistrels ill but is able to be nut again. Sutuiday night ut the Stanford OpAir. ami Alts. Tom Denny .of O. era House. This company has beK. have been the guests of Mr. nml come u household word, it stntids for nil that is good, till that is best Air. Geo. Denny hist week. in minstrelsy. Etvrv season it reSensational Suit Filed tains with new people, new features A wild sensation wns sprung in new songs, new sceiieiy, uud the latest and best in novel uud vaudeville Danville last week when it that William Del.ong, of entertainment. Year after year Wnisiiw, tiled suit against hi. form- Alanuger Coburn uml his meiry men er wife. Alts. Anthour F. Anheier, continue to please tho thousands, of of Alonticello, Intl.. for W 1,000 which patrons, who huvo learned lo depend hu claims ns I. is parti of the fiuin on jiis nttnictiou fulfilling every owned by Airs. Del.ong uud located piomise, clean progusive, enjoyabout u mile from Danville on the able. It IniS OlltlltO.t IIIMIIl' wllllll.ll PeiTVville pike. Air. DeL.mg claims organizations whoie integrity, merit that the farm is worth .KIo.OOO uud nun progi ess vvus n secondary coa- V ,. r. Lu.... tl.i- - ...........it.. , that he paid the purchase luice ex- siilp. ili. hi .,i,i i.i. i.iii,..iij cept 11,000, which wits paid by we believe in its management, ami Afis. DeLong. we liml it bigger, brighter uml bettor etery soiison. Don't forget the dale lluuniug up nn.l down stnirs, Satiirdny night Sept. 7, at the opein sweeping mid bending over milking bouse. beds will not make it woman healthy An t.i tide that has real merit or beautiful. She must get out of .loots, walk a mile or two every duv should in time become popular. That mid Like Chambei Iain's Tablets to such is the citse with Chamherhiin's by iiiiiin.ve her i!isgetion nn.l regulate Cough Remedy has been utte-te- d her bowels. For sale by G. L. Pen- inanv dealers. Heie is one of them. ny. U. W, Hendrickson. Ohio Fulls, lad., writes. "Chamberlain's Cough Rem. Adve.ttse your sule in tho I. J. edy is the beat for eouhs, colds aiul More farmers read it --jHjaa. nny croup, and is my best seller " Vor ' , sale by G. lu J'eunV. other country paper in' the state. r 'V ro-co-n, Snt-unbi- y, 1 E. G. Hnugh, the well known far- i ,c ed es -- it.i ilmmi. yjt i' in' f '' t'f . 'f . I -- I II m .. ". JmErVftp . Niwii.'.i.ihii mi i ! arnmmmammtmmtmammmamtmsmmmmmKM , i. tyw ywwl)tWTWlW wF'm WMMRMMIPIfM M THE INTERIOR JOURNAL. STANFORD, KENTUCKY. TUESDAY. SEPTEMBER 3. HI2 .' in a jpod bank lKr raonfy U ablokrtety and Women ttt B.nk Dffow'o". aft and ilwtyi at.ihble; cKrrVa are returned and bfcemc rtcneli; checki and Uube form atonement record c( income and outgo, and BEST OF ALL, When the bank depoiitot eei an opportunity oluttrig torn money profitably, hit ae. quainlance at the bank and record ai a depoiilot make it potable lor him to procure" a loan. 99 per ct. of successful business men tw, The BHELTU.N 1 Interior Journal. M. SPECIAL EXCURSION 8AUFLET- - - Proprietor IN ADVANCE t CINCINNATI AND RETURN Shoes! Shoes!! Shoes!!! Prices cut in two. All our low cuts will be sold at cost as long as they last. Respectfully. A TEAR STRICT!.! Sunday, SEPTEMBER 8th. You can promote YOUR success by r.ntittt at He fwuf.jtrf cl.it nail nalttr Ftt Ftt Sttnltrd at becoming a depositor with Lincoln County National Bank Capital Surplus Corner Next to Courthouse. $100,000 DEMOCRATIC TICKET rrrrWnt WOODKOW WtL,SO.. V I'rtt THOS. K. MARSHALL $1.30 ft unci Trip $1.30 Trl ... $100,100 Stanford, Ky. HARVEY HELM Tor E. V. l'URVEAR For C.mflVj Atl I1ULDAM VUrk J. For Un-ul-t M. FIELDS r Ttr Jfofirtralr M. C. .NtWl.AM tnrf Ftund ilFttratt: SPECIAL TRAIN I, I, VERS, Crab Orchard, Ky. f Women Shoes New Fall Styles-th- ey are delivare here--w-e ering them fast. annnnnoroentt In thli column are et eandittatei for office, eubjrct lo the action of No 'announcement! the Democratic primary will be made, snlrti pulj for In aJrancet For Ktrirtitnlatirf. VIHOIL McMULLIK. Political Announcements Ihr Lvs. JUNCTION CITY 5:35 a.m. ASK TICKET AGENTS FOR PARTICULARS. Moreland. Mi Annie Moj-c- r hns returned to Suuhright, Trim., after n visit to her btulher, Albeit Mioer. Mr and Airs. Itnulolph Coffey Htid Mis Kttn Myeis are visiting Mr. nnd Mrs John Vnnhook at Lin den, I ml. .Mr.- -. Lizzie Wintnii, of Cincinnati, hm been viiting Mr. I If. Jones. . Mi-- s .Myrtle Morgan hns been the gnet of friend- - heir. Mr. Ott Myer-- t intended the dunce of the Juniors at Danville 1nt week-Mr. Kd Carpenter came back from Columbia fair with several blues on his fine stock. i All who attended the K. P. fair at Stanford up the are boo-tigood tune. Mis Georcia Catron, of Monti, cello, i the guot of Mrs. SIiiiiIomii Mi-- s Sura iclinrdon, of Junc tion City, is the guett of relatives at this place. MN-e- s Alga Myers and Lulu 11. Rout, attended the Aliceton Cumn T. J. HILL Tor County Judgi T. A. hlOf; U. 7. NOKTH For Jaittr PEYTON I'AKHISH GEOltOE DEUORDE DINK rAKMEK WILLIAM II. HESTER W. A. CARSON II. W, (IIVF.NS 3. O. WEATHEKFORD it. 8. UAUOIIMAN Ftr Shrlf PRIVATE SALE OF FINE BLUE GRASS FARM As 1 wNli to Fcr Aim$tr V. B. II. II. BRONAUOII I'. C. rJANDIDOE W. T. OAKNEK LAFE MORGAN L. HECK M. OWEN 8 DUONK J. II. 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 ybuvwant is gone? H. J. McROBERTS Stanford, Kentucky DEPOSIT BANK OF STANFORD, chartered March 9, 1154. It's successes: National Bank Recognized sf Stanford, organized June. 2, as ISS5. First National Bank K OCTOBER 3, 1812. This Bank has been In successful and uninterrupted operation for 58 years, and 1$ worthy of the confidence of of the public. Open, an account with us today. Progressive Institution A state possesses no higher treasures than the mural nnd intellectual powers of its youth. The youth mnke citizens. The strongest! assets any community can claim are men and women of the highest type. Kent has said, ''A parent who tends his sun into the world uneducated nnd without skill in any art or science does n great injury to mankind as well as to Ins own family; for he defrauds the "community of a useful Meeting. citizen, and bequeaths to it a PUBLIC SALE OF LAND What does Stanford have to asAnd Personal Prooertv sist the state f Is she doinj; her As neents for II. M. Moss, wn will part; In the words of Galileo "The offer hos farm and uersonal Drouer-t- v World Do Moves." for sale on the tircmiscs on We are glad to say that the StanWEDNESDAY. SEPT. 4th 1912. ford schools are moving too. Let The funn contains 98 2 acres of your virtue be proven by means of deeds not words; deeds that have very fertile land. 1 mile north of Brvnntsville the no hidden or uncertain meaning. See and near theonCamp Lexington pike Dick Hobinson the section, famous for its fertile soil. This year three Stanford High its splendid location and its uttrac will attend the tiyt appearance. school graduates The farm is nine University of Virginia; three will UilieS fiuui Dtiiiville. 10 miles from ntterd State University of Kentucky, Lancaster and 4 miles from Ken two Central University, two or three tucky river over which stock and will be in Ward Seminary at Nash- farm pioducts mnv be shinned to The land utows all crops ville, one in the University of Cin- market. Twelve former cinnati. students abundantly, the improvements are iirst-clasare teaching. Three are holding larye tobaccou beautiful reidence. responsible positions. Thete are all other necessary und stock barn and buildings. The in graduates of the Stanford schools term ban will boon run through this under the present management. Does section Living connection with Lex it pay? If it is your boy or girl it ington and other cities. The uro does. If it is Kentuekv's future posed electric plant on Dix Iiiver. a graduates in stalwart manhood and few miles from the farm will furnish womnnhoood, in good citizenship, it power and Iis:ht lor that section. does. Anyone with a keen practice The owner has an offer to engage iu can see what our public high schools business in a city is the reason for selling. The farm will be shown can do, and will do for nil children. any titm: by the owner or undersignEverything that is best for them by ed. way of physical intellectual, indusSale begins at 9:30 o'clock a. m. trial, social and moral training. and the farm will be offered first. These statements are made with a The personal property consists of view of showing that local grad- 1 pair of mules. 15 2 hands, four uates arc inspired to go on is their and six vears old: 1 pair 15 2 educational work, and after this is hands four vear old horse mules: 1 and one of the real tests of high school maro mule horse colt: 1 mare and mare colt: 1 family horse seveffort. No town in Kentucky can en vears old: 1 fresh Jersey cow boast of a greater number or more and heifer calf: 2 Jersey heifers superior group f students in higher and calves: 3 Jcrsev cows three institutions of learning nor n more vears old: 1 registered Jctscv bull successful group of woikers in the 20 months old 1 iersev heifer fresh Jersev heifer five teaching and profc-sionfield. in Jauuarv: 1 1sow .)!d: nnd six pics: 3 Then patronize the school and talk months sows will larrow before sale: nine for it. 80 pound shoats: 1 Deering binder If you have n smile to show. L'.iod as new: 1 MctVirinnclc mower: 1 sweep rake. 1 riding bhow it now. cultivator. 3 double shovel u'ow. 2 If you have kind words to Bay, number 12 Vulcan plows: 1 two- Say them now. hors.0 wagon good ns new: 2 sets of If you have children to send, wagon harness: 1 rubber tire Dhac-toSend them now. 1 tunnbout: 1 Tomorrow may not come your way, planter new and other articles corn too Do a kindness while you may, numerous to mention. Do it now. About 40 acres of corn will be sold to be fed down. Terms announced on day of sule. The state election in Vermont to HUGHES & SWINEBKOAD Arents. day will show which way the wind Lancaster. Kv. blows for November, Col. I. M. Dunn. Auct. A nui-snne1-re-ul- ts. s. 1-1-al two-horn: two-hor- offer for improved farm of 2G0 acres, lying on thte Liberty turnpike one mile south of Hustonvillc, Lincoln county Ky. The laud 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 a mansion house of ten rooms, with all necessary outbuildings, convctcntly located. There are two comfortable tenant houses. There are 3 large cisterns, 3 well nnd numerous nev er failing sjrrings. There nre 3 stock bams, nnd two tobacco barns. The fencing is first-clas- s and much of it new. Also n silo of 180 tons capacity, n first class scales. Two hundred ncres nre now in grass. Good orchard. Terms easy. T. L. CARPENTER. Hustonvillc. Kv Every Mock buyer in Lincoln nnd most ,of them i nthe surrounding counties rends the Interior Journal. You can cover five counties completely by advertising your sale in it. uit fanning. I will sale privately my highly -A THE POWER OF Name - rou can't tell a good man by his cloth ee. ou can't tell a 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. bb.,. NUNNALLY'S Means to Candy just what Sterling meansto Silver. At PENNY'S, The Rexall Store. Yaur Heusa Naais Painting Step off and take a look at your home. Doesn't it need paintinq? Now is the time to have it done. Paint before the winter rain and snow begins to fly. Hanna's Green Seal, the made to wear paints are the right kind to use. Formula with every can. For Sale by 6. B. PRUITT, Mere-lan- d, Ky., and L. L. SANDERS. Crab Orchard, Ky. Eclipse Shoes for Men $3.50 and $4 a pair W. E. PERKINS Crab Orchard, Ky E. D. Pennington, Caimty Survaysp 52-6- 1 General Farm Surveying Phone 172, StMM, Kf. H. B. Northcott Dealer In AT COST We will continue to sell all lawns and Oxfords at Cost, strictly Poultry, Eggs, Produce, Salt, Lime & Cement PHONE 153. For Cash Goods charged will be at regular price. 0 The Farmer's Friends 1 Automobiles We have the following bargains to offer, if bold within the 30 days: Overland, Model CO, fully equipped, used n short while ns a demonstrator. Cannot be told from a new car, $1,100. Overland, Model 01, fully equipped, same as new $1,400. Overland, six cylinder, 4C1iotso power fully equipped $050. Stearns, 7 passenger, new body, new top nnd windshield, e.xtra easing $700. t Mitchell, Model K 30 horse power, 5 passenger, fullv equipped nnd new tirca in rear $500. Overland, Model 41, 40 horse power, newly painted, new top. Stanford, Ky. Hughes, Martin & Co. Stanford. Ky. nest J.L.Beazley&Oo J. C. McClary f I Superior and Peoria GrainmDrills Call and see the new stock W.RHiggins Stanford. Ky. with full equipment $000 delivery truck, 800 lb capacity, just the thing foT groceryinen, $500. We are constantly taking second hand cars in trade for new cars. Let us have your wants. Our 1913 line of new cars will be ready to demonstrate, by August 20th. Hupmobile, JNO. 0. REID, Sales Agent, CO., FOR THE JUNGCLAS AUTOMOBILE CINCINNATI, 0. THERE IS REAL PAINT UNDERTAKER AND EMSALMER and also some stuff mixed with cheapening materials that is not 8IaANF0.59 KENTUCKY. Office Phsne 117. Heme Ptww V. worthy of the name. If yoe have Fall and Winter Suitings. bad experience with the latter kind Itj Btw I"U nd Winter 8mplt tr. so Thtj Icreectlou. rturtr you don't want another. If you lh. tutfuron jour Dtrk.t. I en lullcomprlw tnyoa. tht haven't take our advice and don't i to prlc. woo nil hli clothe, mid. to or drr. A nilt md to jour BMuor. Ii mmd SURETY BONDS experiment. Buy our roal paints lo ready Bid. clothe.. To bar. them mad. and savs yourself 'disappdutaeat ready to meiior. doesn't coit any aor. than. 1. M. MIWLA1TD uad. when aaallty and fit la eonild-red- . Ooaa U and let m tak. your mcai-urand money as welL STANFOR, KY. Staaferd. Ky. I A. ALLEN. B. 0. MVPLMI, Tki rrmttUal Tafler AND EM. UNDERTAKERS DEALALSO ALMERS. MAT. ER IN FURNITURE. TINGS, RUGS. THEY WILL FURNITURE EXCHANGE FOR ALL KINDS OF STOCK. DIVE THEM A CALL. PRICE FIRE INSURANCE ,J. r.&x.-i-iiUx&:, n Ubk&a r . 1 , -- v ijtif . wrvirr-.- i ?, 1 THE IHTEHIOW JOURNAL, STAMFORD. KENTUCKY TUESDAY. SEPTEMIEB 3. 1912 if e IO DAYS .SEPTEMBER. 9, 10, 11, 12, 13, 14, 1912 .AT THE. "a F. Rout wn-- j In ltrodhend Thursday on bnsinesx. Miss Mnudn Arnold was the cuest of Miss Urn Lair last week. P. Iliu ev was in Jink'n James Terre Haute, Intl., on business Inst Mr. 11. Stanford Opera House z v 1 eek. Kentucky State Fair LIBERAL PREMIUMS Daily Races OFFERED Midway Free Mrs. Itetlie MeKinney is out again after a seveie illness of several lays. Mr. iiinl Mrs. John Coslow have been called to Lincoln c.iillitv to the bedside of their daughter, Mvs. James Caldwell, who is very ill. Harrodslniig Herald. II. in. C. F. Moutiromerv. who has been in Oklahoma for several weeks prosieetiiig, was on Tnesdnv'n Irani en route to Ins home at Libel ty. Xcws, J. A. COBURN'S Saturday, Sept. 7 ALCORN overlook slopping your hogs on phipstuff. Cost :ind most economical feed to start your feeders on. Price $20.00 per ton. MINSTRELS PRESENTING AN ALL WHITE COMPANY. COMPLETE NEW PROGRAMME. See the Beautiful ELECTRIC SCENIC SPECTACLE We have another shipment ot Alcorn, Price $2 per 100 lbs while the supply lasts. Do not Attractions-Cle- an LIBERATI'S BAND Patmtr loy School Encampment KKDUCKO RAILROAD RATES AiMrraa LOUISVILLE KV account of the serious illness of Mr. AND ALL THAT IS MEW IN MINSTRELSY John S. Jackson. Loudon Sentinel. Dr. T. W. Pennington, John Fields lesse Manning and Hubert Carpenter, attended the Masonic, lodge at Thursday evening. They iii"t-reAdmittedly one of the VERY BEST Schools In the State. over in Mr. Carpenter's new d KEATUKING THAT I1RUI.I. COMEDIAN, ear. SCHOOL NORMAL LJHOOL FIVE SCHOOLS IN ONt.-HI- GH Rev. and Mrs. F. M. Tinder, of GRADED SCHOOL. SCHOOL OF MUSIC. COMMERCIAL SCHOOL have uiinouuced the engagement of their daughter, FranKy. C. LEWIS, AND THE SWEETEST SINQERS IN MINSTRELSY. ces Crenshaw to Mr. Benjamin F. RoIjiiimiii, of Lancaster. They have SPARKLING COMEDY. THE LATEST MUSIC SPLENDID many friends here who will be inDANCING. STARTLING NOVELTIES. Personal and Social. Mr. S. Albert Phillips attended terested in this announcement. Miss Mury MeRobcrts, f Danville the Loudon fair Friday. DAILY STREET PARADE and BAND CONCERTS Short Local News. Mr. J. T. Wilkinson is spending is the guest f Mi .Mary Higgms. jMi l.ncili- - Walton, of Richmond, several days at Crab OrehaTil. Look.-T- he Indies of the Chris- To The Farmers of Lincoln Countv Why arc Sue Dennett Memorial Miss Kiithcrmi! Harris is visiting has lien the riTt'iit guest of Miss exchange .Mr. and Mrs. H. school graduates always successful f tian church will have an her grandparents, Wc will have our annual corn show Hessio Hill. ilecnuse they acquired character as the day before Thnuksgiving. The some time in November and will offer ml I.u Verne, W. Harris at Laneaster. .Mr. Jumc N'niiLadies Aid Society of the Christina Mrs. A. C. Mil! went to Somerset wellms ability. of Luneaster, urc here visiting tln-i( liurili will have an exchange De- some nice premiums on both white to be with her mother, Mrs. John and .reliov cflrn, so you can have" grandmother, Mtii. Matin.' Ncvitis. Insure with the leadlnq com cember 7, two weeks before Xnins. your eyes turned in that direction. y Mcrshnn ,who is ill. Miss Mertn Jean Penny, lift represent They will have fancy bags, aprons Will publish the premium list s.ign Miss Anna Wnrren is the guest of panles. Fish & iremlev lor Gullutin, Trim., where she md dressed dolls. A specialty of her sister, Mrs. C. F. Gnructt, at them. All lines. will tiaeli this mining year. Iressj-dolls. Your unlets solicited and name the time. With the very (1. A. Swincbiind, Crab Orehard. best wishes, your truly, Stnte Hank Mr. unil Mrs. and appreciated. For Sale Privately. Farm of 165 Mr. 1). W. Wagner, of Crab & Trust Co. of laneaster urn hcnding several ()i chard was down Friday the guest acres, in high state of cultivation, dnys at Crah Orchard Springs. Renewing for his I. J. another and well located. Address Lock Box Posted Huntina Forbidden. Miss Hirdic Killioti, f U'Xiiigton, of Miss May Warren. vear, Mr. S. R. Denham, of Oklu Mr. and Mrs. Coc Mnser were in '10, Stanford, Ky. home after a visit to We, whose names nre signod behits returned honm City. Okla., writes "We have Corhiit Friday with friends and low, positively forbid nnv hunting Mr. W. F. Dishon. Your city taxes are due picnic fine crops and I think tins country f Mr. usd Mrs. Harry Kimble, or fishing upon our premises: call and settle. Office next door is going to become iirospcrous ngain Mism's Mollie and Zoni Johnson W. F. Semonis, Wm. J. Beck, Fred Louisville, hae returned home alter but old Kentucky for me all the it Louisville, are the guests of their to Tribble's store. II. 1). Carter. Cola visit to Mr. ami Mrs. Heyle. VonGruenigan, G. liaumnrin, Cbas. time." t. lector. uiimdi! other, Mrs. Mary Strnub. Jentielte P)lclp, of MinS T. Willson. Ed Gooch. Miss Mary Walker, of Lancaster, who has been visiting Miss To the public. Phone Shugnrs & Few, if any, medicines, have met the guest of her aunt, Mrs. J. C. Itcssic Hill returntd home Saturday. is Public Sale of Land with the unifoiin success that has Tanner to reserve you n seat if you ..... Mr. Will Tucker left Saturday for Hnvs. i C.4 ...i... ' Mr. and Mrs. p. W. Whipp and attended the use of Chamberlain'n miiib in st t' viimiillB .'ini?ii;i3 011()., while lms accepted a Marion, AND PERSONALTY little sun, John Woods.ni. nil vis- Colic, I hole ru and Diarrhoea Reme- urtliiy night. These scats are going line position. dy. The remarkable cures of colic fast and chances nre all will be sold itinc t Liberty. Mrs. J. S. Terrv and daughter Mr. T. K. Tudor has returned af- and diarrhoea which it has effected by Saturday. As executor of James Robinson, Miss Nuney ,of Taint Lick, ate the in almost every' neighborhood have deceased. I will bcH to the highest guests of Miss Leiu Palmer and ter a stay at Richmond and Lancas- given it R. M. Arnold, the Danville bug- and best bidder nt his late residence a wide reputation. For ter. mother. Mm. Annie l'ruitt. gy and wagon man, has just made a nenr Hubble in Lincoln countv. Kv.. Mr. J. F. Govcr went to C.irbin sale by G. L. Penny. KuekoU, of Pine-wilMr. Norwood handsome (lower and casket wagon on who hni. been visiting his sister Saturday to see his daughter, Mrs. THURSDAY. SEPT. 12. 1912 For Sale. A desirable residence for J. L. ReaIey. of this city. W. II. Worshaiii. Mr, liny- - Foster returned home The followimr personal property and City with More room and all neeessnrv Mr.. Albert Raney. of Shelby Saturday. The patious nnd children of the real estate. The sale will betrin and Courtney has been visiting Mrs. Martha Phil improvements, near depot. Good Stanford colored public school Geneva Misses nie promtitlv at 10 o'clock A. M. The For further particulars location. llielmiond, leturned home lips. I'rice, )l )f about 2C5 farm is composed Mrs. .1. M. Lair has returned from see Hughes A: McCnrty, Stanford, hereby notified that the school will acres and is about five and a half Saturday after u vn.it to Mr. Henopen Monday Sept. !, 1012. Please Wavne county where she visited her Ky. mid family. ry Andop-osend all children of school age out miles from Lancaster, six and a half mile from Danville, and about Miss Helle Moor.v of Somerset, daughter, Mrs. W J. Denny and For Sale or Exchange. My pho- the first day. W. F. Atkins. Chm'n five atida half miles irora Stanford, and Miss Myrtle Duncan, of MeKiti-tie- family. tograph outfit consisting of '2 first-cla- Old Hoard, W. T. Logan nnd Jos. and is divided into tracts bv the old Miss Margaret Hopper is spendhave l"en visiting their aunt, Danville and Lancaster turnpike cameras nnd backgrounds. Reid. Trustee;:. ing several days in Louisville with Mm. Cicero Reynolds. with about I7!1 acres in one tract, Everything complete. Will furnish friends and relatives. or Omo CITT OF TOUCO. I Mr. and Mrs. Sam Hnsclden and and about 05 in nnoth". I Mi., Sallie lturdette has been a nn instructor. FVonk Cordier, Row. tits LOCI COCKTT. children and Mrs. Hohcrt Kmlrry moThis is nn unusually well watered Cmexxt eUm ctUi that b k mk f!9-ruxsotJ.the land, Ky. lela-tivtanner firm ot F. J. Cmikit a Co. dome farm, the land Ivinc practically levtored over fTom Lancaster Friday recent visitor to friends and In the CHr ot Tolnlo. Oountjr and gut DwHMi at Danville. el nnd is nil under cood fence. The afternoon in Mr. Hnselden's car. aald firm services nt the Presby- alortoald. and that DOLLARS will pay tte vum ot farm will be cffeTed in two tracts tor rath and rvrrr ONE HUNDRED Mrs, Hen S. Hovd, of Knoxvillc, Miss Minnie Shannon has returncan ot Catamji that cannot tx cured tr the UM ol and then as a whole and the bicbest terian church Wednesday evening ed to her home at Junction Citv nf-t- has it'Utrned home after a visit to Sept. 4th nt 7:30 o'clock. Subieet: FRANK J. CHENEY. and best bid will be accepted. This Sworn U before Be and fubarrmed in my pretence. farm a visit to her sister, Mrs. J. II. Mi. J. S. Hooker and faintly. is unexcelled ;i central KenMrs. John Hubble and son, Walker "How Shall We Lav the Wrd of tfcu ith dar ol Dcounbrr. A. P. irae. Jones. tucky in its fertility, beautv and Goil on the Hearts of the Pontile?" i -- " i A. W. GLEASON. visiting McKuiney, of Horcmiiu, Oklu.. urc Miss Sue Fisher Woods is convenience. What is known as the I I Notasi here visiting her i datives and The people of the church nrc urged 2!Ii Catarrh Cure la taien tnteroaTir muc Lome tract has been used almost exin Richmond. nd acta ilalla to ntteud this meeting. directly upvo the blood and mucoua turfacea ot tha clusively for a stock fnnn for fiftv-seve- n friends. . Mrs. Myers and ehildren, ot WinYears, nout sixtv five acres r" jTcTiENeV CO, Toledo, o I.nree sow came to my place Aug. Sold by all Druntrta. tsc. chester, who have been the guests in vircin toil in blue grass, with PERIOD 1st. Owner can get same by paying TU UaUt Faniur raia tor coBatlpatlon. some vcrv lino snirar trees walnut of Mrs. M. II. Saliti went to Mt. nnd ash timber. About s'xtv acres for this ad and her keep. John Pow crnon, Friday. has been in blue grass about fiftv A WARNING TO MANY William ell, Morelnn.l, Ky.. R. F. D. 1. Jamie and Messrs. vear.s without beiiiL' plowed nnd the Thompson returned home Friday, place has been remainder In addition to the sale of the farm Some Interestinq Facts. Reoardinq plowed wnlvof the they huvo been visiting Mr. L. 1L a few times in fifty and stock, vif the late .las. Robinson Health Statistics Hughes. Years. The home place is watered bv six i Mrs. L. M. Wcsterfield and chil on Sept. V there will also be sold shares of stock in the First Few people realize to what extent never failing springs, two wells, one dren returned to their home at Paris l.'i Saturdav, after a visit to her aunt, National Hank of Stnnford. This is their health depends upon the con- good pond, nndn lnrt'e cistern. There is u Inrsie residence, a good stock a splendid farm personalty D. F.lmore. nnd Interesting Experience of Two Mis. M. Mamie Walters, who IinB consists of extrnand the stock etc.. dition of the kidneys. good The physician in nearly all cases barn, place. u tenant house on the Miss Women Their Statement breii visiting Mis. Annie Milium) re- Everything will be sold, regardless, of serious illness, makes a chemical home TKRMS. One third cash, one analysis of the patient's urine. He third in one venr. one third in two turned to her home at Lancaster, nf price. Worth Reading. knows that unless the kidneys nre venrs. Notes will be required and Friday. doing their work properly, the other n lien retained upon the land notes Rev. and Mrs. J. W. Hagin nnd Ashcvillc, N.C. "I sulTercd for yean organs cannot be brought back to bearing inteiest at tho rate of 0 per ehildren hnvc returned to CARDUI WORKED with female trouble while going through uttux-tivcent from the date of tho sale. health and strength. the Change of Life. I tried a local phy- Covington, alter n visit to her bister Anvone desiring to at this When the kidneys nre neglected Mrs. H. C. Ilnu.'hmaii. sician for a couple of years without any either J. farm will LIKE CHARM or abused in any wny, serious re- Robinson, at call upon lok Robin-E. Neighbors Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Hnally after resubstantial benefit. Lancaster. J. A. sults nre sure to follow. According son. Jr.. John C. RnbSnsoti. Dan's have leturned peated suggestions to try Lydia E. to their home at to health statistics, Hright's disease ville. Kv.. who will 'lake pleasure Vegetable Compound, 1 quit my after a visit to her sister, After Operation Failed to Help, whicli This will be sold is lenlly an advanced form of in showing it. physician and commenced using it with Mrs W. K. Warner. Cardui Worked Like a Charm. kidney trouble, caused nenTjy ten without reserve or bvbid to the bish-e- .t the happiest results. I am today pracMr. and Mrs Russell ltrown spent and best bidder. This is a rare thousand deaths in 1010, in the tically a well woman and anxious to con- siveral days in Lancaster last week Joncsvllle, S. C "I suffered with state )f New York nlone. of tho There opportunity, in to "Main one of Kentribute my mite towards inducing others the guests of Mr. and Mrs. W. II. womanly the blue grnss trouble," writes Mrs. J. S. fore, it behooves us to pay more at- best farms to try your great medicine, as I bid fully Drown. Kendrlck, In a letter from this place, tention to the health of these most tucky. following persuaded that it will cure the ailments is n imrt of tho The Miss Virginia Mnhoncv, of Allen-vill- e "and at times, I could not bear to stand important organs. I Buffered if given a fair from which personal property: Twenty siv is here visiting her grnndmoth- - on my feet. The doctor said I would duality good, chance. An ideal compound that has had 1.200 pound, cattle, r, Mrs. .vim v Penny. Mu is receivgood milch cows, gtade bo any better, nnd that I would remarkable "If you think this lettir will contribsuccess ah n kidney five a heaity welcome from her ninny never grade hercford two good ute any tiling towards further introducing ing friends, who uie M glad to fco her. havo to hnvo nn operation, or I would remedy is Dr. Kilmer's Swamp-Roo- t short horn bull, your medicines to afflicted women who ' Lave a cancer. the great kidney, liver nnd bladder heifers, one sixtv I She has been away from Stanford' calves, three stock ewes, ono are parsing through this trying period, I went to the hospital, and they oper- remedy. pair of aged work mules, one It is with great pleasure I consent to its about two years. The mild and healing influence of got no better. They mule, one publication." Mrs. Julia A. Moore, ' Mrs. II. T. Logan, and daughter, ated on me, but I iiiiiIp. fltudvs Frihic. of Lancaster nml said medicines would do me no good, this piepnration is soon realized. It mules, five coining 17 East St, Asheville, N. C. well broken and good all stands the highest for its. remarkn-hi- e her visitors, Mr. and Mrs. R. K and I thought I would bavo to die. ones, three mules and The Case of Mrs. Klrltti. recoid of cures. At last I tried Cnrdui, and Icyan to Hughes, and little daughter, of well two one Circleville, Ohio. "I can truthfully Louisville, If you feel that your kidneys re- - mare broken,colt, brood mares, five improve, so I continued using It. Now, motored over last nnd tweutv say that I never had anything do me so quirn attention, and wish n sample stock mule hogs. Also nbout four hunafternoon to meet Mrs. I am well, and can do xny own work. much good during Change of Life as Lybottle, write to Dr. Kilmer & Co.. dred bales of hav. ono Vulcan plow, dia E. Pinkham's Vegetablu Compound. George Miller Liisk, who had been I don't feel any pains. Hinghninton, N. Y. Mention this pn- - giod as new, one cutting harrow, Cardut worked like a charm." "Before I had taken one half a bottle visiting Mrs. Joseph Faulkner ut per and they will gladly it tine McCormnck binder, good as Thero must bo merit in this purely to you absolutely free, byforward it I began to feel better, and I have MiddleUmro. new. two wugons. two mail. Wliitting. Vegetable, tonic remedy, for women Mr. and Mis. K. II. continued taking It My health Is better Swamp-Roo- t is sold by every drag Iiuirows. one slide and other than it has been for several years. If daughter, Helen and koii Hiram, of Cardui for It has been In successful druggists in bottles of two sics 50o farming, implements too numerous to mention, also about 30 acres of all women would take it they would es- MavHville, Mrs. llruoe Henderson uso for more, than 50 years, for the nnd $1. corn. cape untold pain and misery at this time and daughter, of Covington, Mr, mid treatment of womanly weakness and Dinner served on the grounds. of life." Mr. Auce KlKUN, 358 W. Mrs. F. Smith, daughter, Virginia, disease. Any further information cull on MasMs' Meeting Mill St, Circleville, Ohio. nml son Frank, of Mnvsville, Mr. Please try It, for your troubles. A. M, meela In Mnroln Lodg. No. 60, F J. E, ReWnsen. Attv. Lancaster. The Change of Life Is one of the most and Mra. J. 11. Woner, Miss Elizn-bet- h L.Jl.' Advlwry Dwl. putt. ataUd communication on each Jerri ami third Monday o( o'clock Ilutin, Mr. J. C. Reynolds and Mf MJkln.Co.,Outuoo.Ttiio..fof Sjvria; their hailnlfhtaMain each month, at 7 Ky. Mem-la critical period of a woman's existence. on atrret, Stanford, took. How TrutMil Jtutrvttumi. Mrs. Sallie E. NMmm. Exetrx. At such Unas women may rely upon Lydia Snrnh .Hunn spent the day at Crab fev Whom." mbndla tUin wi$ptm, m raansM. ber! of liater lojfea fraternally Inrlted to ha Capt. I. M. Dunn Auul, pretest. II. 0. Carpenter, (Secretary. t. E. Ptokham'i Vegetable Compooai Orchurd Sunduy. H 3JO PAUL JONCR nillLDINQ lor Infornmllon, Entry lllnnha, Cntiiloiiur, J. I.. DENT, StCV. Sue Bennett Memorial School Principal, London, J Mrs. Oiover Anderson spent Tuesday night with Mrs. J. M. Alverson eu route In her home at Mt. Sterling. Mrs. AndiTsor has been visiting her parents at Stanford. Lawrenee-Kew- s. Mrs. M. L. Jackson, mid Messrs. R. M. Jackson, Sr., and Jr., mcic callcd to Walton. Ky.. Mondnv on J. H. Baughman & Co. Phone 1 1 Stanford, Kentucky. si T "PALACE vnpi GOLDEN DRAGON" lc THE GREAT BIG FUN SHOW J. CHARLES E. GANO -- "LOOK" Fall Is Coming ! r CC-1- Fn-ilu- Ricll-inon- UU-J- il, - :...i,. Fall line now complete in lasts and sizes. Come and look 'em over. 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. e, Sam Robinson Stanford, Kentucky n y, ss es Mid-we- er FOR FALL J DANGER OFWOMANS'LIFE FROM K tn M -2 aueen . rink-ham- j Shoes Ladies' Shoes. Call and see them before the sizes are broken. We are now showing the latest in here-l'ord.- s. !d four-vear-o- ld foiir-venr-i- ld ld Sat-iinli- iy two-hor- (ummins jfr Weaken Stanford, Kentucky A- - N.B-II'n'- ((o: M-t- Home of H.S. & M. All Wool Clothes .. e C7-4- ." if.. ": i i jtJttSKaSttHWWBatU it, i 'ir "ir"! ytiiT'4,.liiM'9'''''''A f W I : r fnrmi have been Joe W. Irvine, the Boyle stock for the best mule colt. Mr, Yeiicb, miry twenty-tw- o of the East End, the big Mercer county mule breed- sold, the aggregate stun amounting Caldbought of different parties, 5 suck- buyer, sold last week to J, B. well and Judge George W. Coulter, er, was the judge. The fair there to over 2 10.000. ling cuhes nt $10 nurnge. used the one judge svstcm with 127 ttoek cwea at $4 per head. John 0. Lynn last week bought of A. '. Hill five miles from town on n. maikrd There were 12 The firm of J. H. Knox & Co, of Frank B. Smith his farm on the the Hustonville pike, sold Wl"T. II. entries in the big mule colt ring, Junction City cut-opike, about six of lloxle 10 1125 pound feed- Boyle, composed of Me ers. J. When which Mr. Woods captuted. Knot, Joe W. Irvine and W. T. er- at $5.50. the ring was over, .Mr. Yruch stat- miles from Stanford, mid will take bought from a Georgetown the possession about the first of the Will sell court day nl my slock putty four jacks, 3 to 4 uurs old. ed publicly that he would give mule year. He gets the seeding privil0 owner of any one of the doen two c.xtin nice giny nian uinU They also sold to W. E. Parson, of eges The price paid jears old, match well and weigh Corso, Mo,, three jacks 1 to 2 jears colts in the ring $110 for her. Each place now. not made public, for the was hut is well iinv one cnteted in this great ring was a about 2,500 pound. Work old. plaie. Sale promptly nt 11 a. in. mute mule. Mr. Woods is consider- understood Itto have been around At the sale of L. II. Brown, which $11,000. it considered one of A. T. Nunnellev. was held Friday near Camp Dick ing shipping his string to the State the nicest farms in Lincoln county, HOURBON REMEDY CO., Fair at Louisville, hut has not finLtilocton, Ky, G. W. Koger, of the Tiiruersville UohiiiMMi, the faim of 342 acres was contains about 1(10 acres, and was cared thai Hnclotrd section sold 32 stock cattle to Bot- purchased by .Inine- - I Hamilton, of ally decided to do so. Those who for a number of years owned by ctioltM wtthAnd photo ot horHr Ctmlfni Rtm-4-ot r. ronr Bourtwn toms and Taylor, of Dnnvillt lVir Lancaster, at $05 ht acre. Person- have seen his mules shown in the George It. Lugl man, now lmol dead before (nine Thli ho w of Pueblo, th mrdlclne, and Ihtn wn nllrlr curtst, $1,000. alty, coiHi-tin- g of cattle mules, hor- rings in this part of the state ate Col. Mr, Smith bought it it year or rrpt lo of can, tall, ale. The ho ( owned br Mr. win, llowllnr flreen, J. U. Ends, two miles out off the ses and farming implements, all urging him to do so, as there lire so ago intending to make it his per- wll! Kktlea It to lireofyou a Intlmnnlal,Kr. .He aad we tie itad none that cm touch them around Danville pike, sold it pair of se brought satisfactory prices. can set rtral mare If you want them, manent home, but saw a chance to ' heie. e DKUU CO.. f horse mules to .lauifs .H. C. Arnold, the well known catof it ut u profit and let it llowllnf (Iraea, Ky, this week, for which he got tle buj er, has rounded up 18 nice Owslev Dunn, of the East LVd, go. tie lias not ,ct decided what he 10. hog- - to It. ('. will do, but doc- $3 Aik Your Dtuftlet lot It wi-- h stock ewes, for which he is looking delivered u doreii light to leave lio A. T. Nunnelley delivered to Ja- for it buyer or feeder. He has II Arnold last week, for which he Lincoln mid her excellent schools. 3W"-T FT cob Gander, the well known German heifers and 7 steer-- , 0 1 cents a pound; he nlo got fhe lie J, W. Williams, of Stanford, sold Two stray mitres nte m the city. fanner south of town, a half dozen ftom Emuictt TraWur, two from E. -- old Mr. Arnold a couple of calves, 100 pound hogs this week, nt i 2 S. Siiooiiaiuorc. three from Can Pe- - for which he got $15, Mr. Arnold to II. D. Holtzclaw, ea- -t of town, a -- Ira.v pen. One is u very dark bay cents a pound. Mr. Gander will feed tou. two from G. W. Carter, one bought 10 light hog- - front Will Cor-dic- r, half dozen sugar uitilc- -, which Mr. mid the other a bay. Both are blind -, and each has ti the -- boats. pining him (i 4 cents a pound Ilidtzclaw will feed thi- - fall. He in their right c.ufrom Jim William- -, one from Bailey $11(1 Jim Yowelb of Wet End. bought Hill and one trom J. B. Stears. for the porkers and a couple of paid around William- a head fin' the white left hind fimt. Owner can get - still has four same by paying for their keep at bunch. Mr. it bunch of 54 t coder- - ut Mouticello Will Porter, three mile- - from inhc- - from Adam Pence for $21.50. isr live aged tr.tiln: to dispone of. In Cnrtrr's stab!?, and this ml 71 3 the other day trom J. r'. Cot ley for Stniifold oil the LuticO-t- er got a veal calf trom Ollte Mur- pike, sold lie Kil-- s End, hading with Mr Holtrclnw, be Dilboli. of the Hast September delivery. He paid $0 n what him $8 and one is known us the Hilton place at phv which co- -t bought a small bunch of IKMI pound purchased horse hundred for them. HaydeuV Station, this week to a Mr. from S. .1. Bell Tor $7. cattle at $5.10 a hurdred, which he mule fiom W. II. Shanks last week, traded a pair of Jones, of Garrard county, who, it W. P. Kiiielml M. F. I.awience. in the Dix river will put on silugc. the tor $125. Mr. Dillioii will o htotU'ho mares to Fted Gooch, of tltldet stood, will come to this county -- ection, delivetcd four calves to II. account when thev liavc reached the evening of life. It is never W. II. Shanks and his partner biute on hi- - farm. Wa.uicslAtrg section, for n marc to make his home. the There are 10 (.. A mold, tor which he was paid Mnr-hu- ll too lute to snv.c. You don't know wjmt the future holds in store, 'eliind. th'' popular Mat M.U'is are preparing to feed mule, lie afterward disposed of the acres and u cottage on the place he of lwivinc loved $28 and a thousand pound fat cow for you. Hesides, there N nhwn.s tin-- plea-in- e hybrid to J. II. Bnughmati for $110. bought from Mr. Porter, mid he paid which wa- - bought by the pound at nice hunch of mules at the former's voting magislnite of the ('tab the great u legacy nn affectionate remenib twice from bought a nice brood pike, tlWce Trade in Shetland ponies has been $1,300 for the tract. 3 1 cents. Mr. Arnold got a good faim on the Somerset Kurge, tciles from Stanford. Thev have mine and her colt from llintt Am btisk the past week or so. W D. Hun-oi- i. of the Moreland sired calf from Will Brown, ncro-- s recently trough! a totiil of 50 head of the Cedar Creek neighborhood. Ilium sold a nice little prowu pouv -- ection, - feeding 45 the river, for which he paid $18. lie o The price was pot made public but Come in ii iid open an acoeunt and about four hor-e- -, he luii! purchased fiom Mrs. Hardin, steers which he sold to Jim Yowell, al-- o got a cow from George Moore of mules was a good round one for the mare sum i too hinnll to start day. to a party in the country for $140. the We- -t End buyer some time ago. for $30, and from John Miracle, of which cost llo'in tin average of about - a dandy. with. $145 a head. The mules ate nil J. t. Fox, of Garrard, sold 100 They are for delheiy between the the Green Hiver neighborhood, nine Theo Noland, of the Cedar Creek head ol sheep to Colonel J. W. Mil- - first' and 10th ot October. Mr. linn-- , light hogs, which cost him ti cent- - a three and country, has sold his cattle to Hich-ar- d I Mr. Shanks fed a good bunch of ler and J. P. Bonnie at $3 per head sou sold when the mnrxet was con- pound. Mr. Arnold will put some Cobb, of Boyle, at a nickel a Millet's farm near Mt. Vernon. Ben siderably lower than at pre-en- t, com into these porkers before sell- cattle (lining the past season, on pound. There weie 20 head in the getStanford, Ky. Capital $50,000. Surplus $500 Kim- - been taken to Col. ting 5 1got out exceptionally well. herd and they weighed about which he UM) This stoc cents ii pound for the ing or shipping them. Ho bought a bunch of lit heifers pounds to the head. Sutton sold 500 bale- - of hav to beeves. j. D. EADS, V- The llarrodsbtirg Heiald bad Mccarty, Pm, Bunk- - Hud-o- n at $13 per ton. who sidd .loll ti McCounell. good bunch of land sale and stock nt the commencement of the feeding It. C. Arnold sold a bunch of sevJ. S. RICE, V. Pre. 6. L PENNY, V. Pro. a-ou last fall. T. W. Jones re en nice calves to Walter O. WVlker T. C. itiitikiu, of near Hubble, farm a short time ago, de- items in its issue hist week, the folS. ALIERT PHILLIPS, M. i. SALIN, Cashtor. bought 3 mules from cided not to leave that good county, lowing being the principal ones: At ccutly took a bunch off hi- - hand this week, at $20 a head. Mr. Walk- (Itecit Gooch at $130 per bend and a .so bought the fine farm of Thomas the sale of. J. S. Britton & Bro.. for shipment to tjie Cincinnati mar win put nie Veal- - on grass. ket, leaving lulu BU. ami the pi ice f It. C. Arnold bought it drove of 10 cotton mule at $125. D. F. Durham, lying on the Lauca-te- r d near Salvi-- a, Wedne-dathe West End, F. Itiinkiu bought 2 hM. F Notth, of - road about thtee mile- - from Dau- - steers hroitgh $57 -- boats FARM AND STOCK NEWS a head; Jersey he tecehed for tho-- e that went to or a doen from Mld to Jas Yowell last week a hunch breds nt the Brown sale, one for i It, containing 120 acres, paying heifer- - sold at from $31 to $50 a n arket was nsri-- than the whole Will Hester, for which he will ti.iy of heavy cuttle at 0 4 cents a $150 and the smaller mule for $100 $180 an acre. Po bunch co- -t originally, and 7 over 7 cent- - it pound. They mil be delivgiv- head: hor-to be from $75 to $150; hogs Top hogs are $8.25 in city today. pound. They, will be fed by Mr. J Me J. .1. ptiuli-ue- il lust week a en the middle of September. Till sheep brought good prices; and he ha- - the 80 left to boot. Some ered tin- - week. J. II. Buughmaa has reserved the North until the 1st of October, when li- -t of well known fanner- - who hae farm - without doubt one of the and brought from $37 to $50. Hen- cattle feeding there. Felix White, three miles south of cows date of Oct. 2d for his Third Annual they will be delivered to the buyer. recently installed silos. Others who mo- -t Mr. Shanks has i reentry iiive-te- d ha- - sold hi- - fine farm and bet improved in ry B. Cas-i-- ll lovMt, sold to It. C. Arnold a nict? brood mares Sale, of horses, mules, The hog which st raved to .Inn were omitted from the fir--t li- -t are Kentucky. Mr. Durham Isutght it of of 211 acics ling near Margin, to in about 125 light steer- - to feed young Jersey milk row, for which he and cattle. Meser' place and which he adver- - P. L. Beck, Fred VonGruenigan, Jas the late Mr--. Nannie B. Joue- -, who J. W. Baker, of Mackville. at $135 again thi- - fall, which co- -t him about got $1(1. Mr. Arnold will keep her Fred Hnn-dor- f, had spent several thou-aii- d For Sale. 15,000 tobacco bticks tied nroved to be the property of llolman, Cha.--. dollars an acre. It is one of the he- -t farms a nickel u suind. lie - lookirg for tor the e of hi- - family. Chits Bidder and J. L. Benz- - on improvement- -. J. A. Oiveus. McKinney, Ky. G4-t- f. Mr. Jack Goer. About 17 others in the county. Mr. Ca ell tiie same about 25 more to till out hi- - herd. .Me--lej'. Mo- -t of the-- e bought their W. F. Hop-oKor Sale 150 extra nice ewes, came after the shout. Mr. of Gralit-ill- e. G.. day bought of William Brown his The Danville siiys that PUBLIC SALE a partner of T. ('. Kitnkin in the 175 acre farm, lying on the Bur-gi- n C. It. Martin, the Fourth street grojust in from" the mountains. A. T. said, which uoes to show the large silo- - from Mr. Beazley. 67-- tf The turkey crop in central Ken mule bitsiiie . has been in Lincoln Nunnelley. number of porker.-- which are con pike at $10li an acre. Judge J. cer and meat man, bought in the I will on light tin for out a week, looking out the W. Hughe- - on Tue-da- y stautiV uettinz away trom tneir tucky will be purchased last lVw day- -, 35 -- lock hog- - of Mr--. Virgil Campbell, tins hide of Tuesday, September 17. 1912, Me-e- r. - very eu-i-. believes that a year, and it seen to be mule situation in this part of the the farm of L. M. Hue, on .1. K. Pallium and Mrs. Adams at At 10 A. M. offer for sale my farm n drove of 11 steers owner- Mr. sold little iidertiing would locate them. glowing smaller each year. Kecent state. Mr. Hop-o- u handle, the Wnrwick pike nt $1(10 an acre. (i cent- -, one cow of containing to go in October at 4 4 cents. vnr bundled mid thirty-si- x -s of census report- -, compared with tho-- e the southern end of the Thi- - place adjoin- Judge Hughes' Charles Leathers at 4 cents per McCormnck ninl Company, For Sale. Aberdeen Angus catmile- - from acres, lying 3 of former decade- -, show that our 'vhile Mr. Huukm and his brothers puwnt Liiin o' 330 tine- - Hint )mm1im1, ,ilit- - m of (Yiitiatti Jone- - at who are always in the Danville, on the Perryville pike, and tle both sexes; mules from colts to Hustonville. holiday bird will soon be extinct doe.-- the having up here. The mule front- - on the ceiit-,tw- o d the riirlit kind of stuff, market heifers known as the Abraham Irvine farm. pike. The 4 four year olds; thoroughbred boars sliiplx'd for d thi- - 'car, new puicha-- e situation - rather itiiit-u- al of butcher cat- i ne writer, who - a clo-- e make- - it one of the at 5 cent- - per pound. 10 85(1. pound Thi- a land is in high state of cultiIt. II. Crow, service. ready for four stiuill flock- -, of ftom howeuT, and Mr. Ilop-o- ti came up bo- -t farm- - in Centra tle to the Cincinnati market lut only Kentucky, heitcrs of Church Yeager at (i vation, 20 to 25 acre- - splendid toShelby City, Ky, Ky., phone 8 two week, which they had bought at an four to turkeys ench. on n re him-e- lf tHe to look cent- -, two nice steers from Waller of being divided into two out. bacco land, ha- - on it a oo-i- i. drive thioiiuli the find- - mule- - very scarce and what fai ins rings, Junction .s. both with resilience- - and Heed for $07.50 for the two. one hou-- e, two hull- - all neccs-ar- y nverase of about 4 2 cents. They cent forty-mil- e outcountry. there are of them priced entirely too bam- - mid all nece nry improve- cow of Jordan Carter, at $30. J. buildings a Uohncco hum Now is the time to Rive your or- also sent in u load of lambs whjch that will W. M. Brown, of Mill Spring-- , high by their owner- -, he says. Mr. ment-. Both place- - are splendidly - Hutchiiis bought the following hold 7 der for fertilizer. I have Swift, Ar- cot them about the same figure. lines of tobacco, a good leu-aWayne county, traded for Judge Hop-o- n is an e.KTienced and very watered. W. L. Gnihaiu sold a fine stolk: 25 lamb- - of Mitcbel Taylor; mour and Globe. Get prices. E. T. Senator H. L. Hubble, six miles E. S. Sandu-ky- 's has 12(i house, tut abundance of water, acre fat in in successful dealer, and keeps thiT- t. 25 lamb- - of John McCounell at lc all Hi hand- - high mule to Fence, out on the Lancaster pike left the fences new; new stock barn; in Turner-ill- e section, and has ojghly ill touch with the demands of W. T. Itohitisou hog- - of 40 nt a fancy price. to 5 1 Estray. Poland China sow; re- latter part of last week for Mex- the fact this is a first-clas- s stock farm ion. He gave 'Judge his market. taken po-Mr. Graham al-- o -- old to E. B. Cnrev John Donnhii at 8 cents; 15 ISO- - must be sreu to be appreciated. This ward for return to JL S. Baughinau. ico, Fulton and lliggiusvillc, Mo., on Sandusky a fine tract of laud in Bob Woods went to the Spring100 ewes for $(()(). II. M. Cloyd poiiinl hogs or .1. If. Knox at 8 cents. hind loud- - of cotiil Ik' -- old for one third cash, Fur Sale. Loose hay $13 per ton the lookout for a few Taylor county, Tea, for the Lin- field fair la- -t Thur-da- y and -- wept sold for Frank Heed his Hunter Hay. of (inrraid. bought a balance divided in ton mule.--. Senutor Hubble usually coln count v pu meats, A. W. Carpenter. Moreland, Ky. . fat m, ii ml - ilflighlt-.,. . .Ill, hi,the mule ling- - with the great Harris r.if.u .... ti.,.- i. Ill III:i...m..- ..:i ... iI.,. man latin ol Jimotiiv ronl near due iii one. two ami eniul years. For during the full, iris.-three Sow and pigs came to my place feeds several loads ' 8. for $2.00(1. ' with hi- - new home in tbi- - comtv. & Wood- - -- tnng. He showed twelve James Houchiiis. for $2,400. The but ha- - found mules scarce and further particular- - or anv informaJuly 'J7th. Owner can get same -a of J. I). ring- - and came back with 11 hlne-al- id predictions made about a vetir ago Stray sow has been in my d. tcn high in this section, and Mr. Blown u tion write, or call and see the for this ad and their keep. Ead. the prominent Danville pike one red. which - n pretty good that land would go down in 'rice,iin mv com evetal das. Oivncr can F. D. No. is going out to Missouri to see what farmer. E. V. Carson, Moreland, It. Mr. Brown has nlreadv record. Mr. Wood- - won the fir-- t ha- - not panned out. from the sales get same by paying for keep and he can find. He has relative- - in F. N. Gerhart :p 1. pur-- n made in Mercer county. Since Jan- - this ad. J. A. ( arter. H. F. I). 1. 71 Capt. T. 1). English, Auct. 70-Mexico who have advised him to go turned 70 acie- for wheat and will tie in the big money ring. $50 One nice, coining three there, sow it about the loth of Septem For Sale. wheie they beliee he can luitl jearojd, Peacock filly, beautiftl bay what he is looking for. He will jno-babl- y ber, lie - being coidially welcomed good with two white feet and stur; be accompanied on II- I- trip Hy to Lincoln county, for he is the type size. Call on )r address. Mrs. Sim his 'attractive daughter, Mi Mattie of priiure he fanner that - a credit 8t-Owens, Moreland, Ky., to any community. Lee Hubble. Granville Lute- -, who - buying ex- For Sale. Near Stanford, well 1o3t End. C'hailes Pile,, of the tellshtd.V ill the soillhrlli putt of improved -- 00 acre blue crass farm, sold to Dan Smith, who farms on tbi- - city, and over in Ca-e- y. purgood two story hou-- e biir stock the A. W. Carpenter place, on the chased 21 head of ewes and lambs with silo, plenty of everlasting barn pike, 10 young heifer- -, from II. L. Murphy, Moreland of Casev. $3 spring water. For further informa- which .Mr. Smith will feed. They a' bead. He got a cow and calf from tion see and write Adolph VotiGiue-nigui- i. delivery the latter port of the same party for which he paid Stanford or Fred VonAllnian, ate for ne.t week, and went at 4 2 cents .'JO. He secured a bull from a .Mr. 34 and Bank street, LotiNviHe. Ky. Mr. Pile- - bus just return EaiN of the same neighborhood :,t i pound. John Burdette, of Hif.tonville, sold ed itoiu Wayne county, where he to U. K. Lutes u dozen hog- -, ha- - been doing some cattle buying 4 cents a pound. The aiiimal weighwhich he will feed until the lu-- t of He got from Frank Hill, o fnear ed 1.240 pound- -. Walter 0. Walker went over to September, when they will be deliv- Mouticullo 30 head of steers and Madison this week to look at a grey ered. They go at 7 to 7 'J cents from Mr. the fitther of Sam filly colt by his gteat siie Carioll a pound. of thi- - niunty, it hunch of Pic-tothe mother being a mare by of HuMonville. 11. They were all good sized beeves Hex Smith Powell, Mr. Walker bought Peavine. nUo iuatlu weighing from l.HMl to 1,250 pound- bought of .McKee Kit ie, the season from Mr. W. E. Purrish t!(l head of Muck ewe-f- or West End, Gatewood Beazlev. the young sou last .Near, mid since the bittb of the um; nc.t season, paving .300 for of J. L. Bea.ley, who is becoming con nit- - neeu Hearing woiuieriiii them. quite ' a scientific young fanner, tale- - of her beauiy and symmetry. Sam Helm, four miles from town bought a couple of nice thorough-bie- d She is said to be one of the gteat- on all will in olYoo.i VJ . in the Turnetsville section, tleliveted ' Jersey heifer.-- la- -t week, one e- -t show ts ft seen in this part a butcher cow to II. G. Lutes, for from Aich Gieen, of the Ui'.'hhuid of the state in some timu Like her to all is, afwhich he received $35. section for t40 and the other from mother, she is gray in color to see to Jesse Itiffe, of llustouville, sold Sam J. Bell for f35. He took a A. C. Hill lett for the Someiset to Judge .Myers, of the film of My- blue ribbon on the former ut the fair tbi- - week with seeral pens of (all in ers and Tucker, 30 head ot shipping Knights of Pythias fair, last week. crack White Orpington and Ithode week at 5 4 cents u cattle last Pel hap- - one of the most active Island Keil chickens. He took 10 pound. and eiieigetic cattle men in the West in all, ami expects to bring back J. L. Mitiphy, of the Hubble sec- End of Lincoln count v now it James some of the blue- -. If he has good tion, delivered four butcher cattle Yowel, tjie popular young farmer of luck at Somerset he may take them to ('hurley Cecil, of l)auille, last Mr. Yonell has made a to the stute tair at Loui-vil- le next week, for which he got 5 eenN a fine reputation a- - a judge of beeves week. .Mr. Hill has just bought a to pound. in d and - handling iiianv Ihou-auWhite Oipingtou cock of D. ('. and M. E. Allen of u, dollar- - woith every season. He has from a big breeder at hid., 11 is viiu uiu uusi vuiue bought 21 head of 70(1 pound hod n big tttido thi- - year. During which he beliuu's will prou u big Vn the steers irom Allen tiros., ol the pic-eu- tt winner at the show's. season, he ha- fall) to country on last week, which of out 500 head to Ike Shclhv and W. P. Kincaid bought a wagon This do for cent u pound. '1 hey his paitner, l'tewitt, ot Mt. Ster- load of corn from John Gooch, of cost them 4 for A then sold them to Jim Yowell ut n ling, who ate always in the maikct the tio-lin section last week, which it? miss it. 111'' Itivr custeiu shipper- - and the cost him iH.50 n ha net. Kill-caPiofit. tor Mr. Kiiuiro W. A. Coffey, ol McKin- - big piicMn;; hou-- c. Mr. Yowell fot sent a mini out after the corn, ncy sold lust week to It. M. Sliiui all wav Iroin ." to 7.50 I'.yv these and .Mr. Gooch personally picked ilia Casey buyer, it drove or. seven cattle according to lb grade. Few over the ears to see that every ear of them have been dcliwicd 't, but sent the buyer was a good one. The fat hogs for which he received 2 cents. They weWied up to 810 they will begin to mow about the luaii suggested that he just shovel it first of the coining mouth and be in ns it came, but Mr. Gooch told pounds apiece. Mru. H. L. Berry, of Iliistonville. going rapidlv from then on to the him that as Mr. Kincaid was not who makes it speciulty of her Biowij middle of No ember. Mr. Shelby is Iheie, he intended to treat him. as Leghorn chickens, has had a frie watching the terntoiy south of the he would want to be treated, if he trade on them this season. She has river paiticularly, while Mr. Prewitt should be in a similar position a sold; about' $200 worth of egys o takes care of that north of the riv- true application of the Golden Bute, er for their big buyers. if ever there was one. fur, and has jiow ,95 bens. .1. 4 THE IWTEHUR JOUWWAWCTAWFOHt, KENTUCKY. H. Itig-b- y, TUESDAY. SEPTEMIEW jllll2 HERE'STHCHOG siili-fnetio- Kob-iu-Mi- ti, ff Hub-inso- n. -- "TKMS never toolateto begin saving ---- mafHln vva Mc-llc- -e JBNKtNH-SUBLKT- 3-- 1-- 3-- MANY neonle commence a bank thicc-.vcar-o- ld it-- Or-cha- id 3-- to-N- i- ld s. STATE BANK & TRUST CO., h'r l -t y, 850-poun- Kill-pou- I 1-- c- de-ira- i- ii-- er n, Me-sen- IIus-tonvil- tintt-unl- ly i- lv 115-ae- re 3-- -2 800-pouu- car-loa- T. i- pro-pec- 1-- nt Go-3- ld -- se ': l.'0-poun- d '... 42-ne- re ly son-in-la- w '"' undo--sigtie- 11 3. i- p. 1-- Reduced Rates to Lexington Reduced Rates to Lexington l-- Ca-tel- lo, Ca-lel- lo, n, August 31 to September 14 lt.i.W" pro-pec- Durinjr the runnimr races. 'really reduced rates railroads be trom points Lexington and return. A splendid opportunity therefore, forded you the sport of kins and at the same time inspect the greatest and best assortment of stocks of merchandise ever seen Central Kentucky. ''. 3-- Come to the Great Retail Market of Central Kentucky. ds high-price- Go-lie- tin-For- cji ul see the splendid display of goods now carried these stores. me you receive ior your money. punoi same trip you can see races (never better than this thrill you through and throiHi. you can just a little more than one fare the round trip. great oV Then don't opportunity, isn't You just ought 1-- Come Every Day Come Any Day During the Races August 31 September 14 . ! r i s :i i&fc KVi ak."L,v .U- -t . ...-- Jli.1.. ..jfcaA. a ,i mmmtMim , t !-' Ufav i l.r. . .i ..J ,r .j myinnifrimKucCXia