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FOUKDED SUNDAY NO. VI. The Interior Journal. STANFORD, I WJtT WaMi WM i Sf0 WnfH tiMM M BBi tht fatt myw laM 1 1 nvfffw viwpiif LINCOLN COUNTY, KENTUCKY. FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 0. 1012 TUESDAYS AND FRIDAYS. pi i ff I'ommitteo there in sesison LUNSFORD FAMILY REUNION PARCELS POST DAUGHERTY-SPANG- LER 0TTENHEIM WcKINNEY H0N0N RILL was dropped a few minutes to think of this groat and good man. Hoe- One Who Was There Writes of llq New Law Permits Sending of Blq Former Lincoln County Younn Man An Appeal to the Good Officers of First Examinations Hefd at GratM ing that tho world does him u great Packaqes Thro' Mall IntiTMtimi Sesslen of the Lincoln Event Near Irodhead. Wtds Virginia Belle. Lincoln County honor it is not strange that the peoSchool Sox Supper for Library County Sunday School Con ple of his own church would strive Washington, Sept. f. Senator Dear Editor: Will you tillow mo XoWit U'HS ln.r.i Im.i .......I.I Inasmuch an tho moral status of Christian Church ...... ...Tfc nwiv ventlon to remember him in some fitting win- space McKinney, Ky., Sept 5. First 7. Hourue, chairman of the Senate of the wedding ut Cushmere, Vu., in the columns of your vulu so, knowing that he would like best ,,,,, ,r f(rr feH. WuriU for the ommittco on IMiiffirM has been the wedding of W. E. Spangler, of our community has been greatly im- examinations wero held in McKin-ney- 's 4tli. the Lincoln it memorial which would help carry On September u paired by ccrtuin immoral practices, new graded school Inst week. inundated with inquiries former Crab Orchard boy, to Miss for instance County Hible School Convention for the l.gl. to those who Ml in dark- - j,lclil f HOIno ,M0lIo whi) reml t10 U.ut the seduction of tho ,. J , Considering tho the UVj)t the details of the provision of Mamie Daughcrty. h nn (r nte WIB lc Many Lincoln young even young girls under 12 weather has been too fact that any church ennveiioii in ness, the ehurcl.es are Irjiiw to jnc the Christian warm for Wre e,ilIeIlts of ,,,,, ,0(..kcn8. the new parcels post law, which will friends of the groom will extend J euro of age, nnd tho seeming re one to study M. Walker con- raise twcnty-f.vr- f Stanford. Rev. I. thousand dollars ,,., nnd also that it waa Ilwromc effective on January 1 next. heartiest congratulations. Tho ticence on tho part of somo of the the first month of school, tho school ducted the devotional nnd read for for n chair of llililo School Peda On the 17th of! August following Friday i.o made hi response iu a Minefield Telegram bud this to say parents in this mutter, we, ns those ns n whole did exceedingly well. All the scripture lesson the last cliaptcr gogy for Hethel college. After this the Hrodhcnd fair, we had a family general circular letter, iu whieli he of the wedding: Mr. Frnree led In talk pledges for the .Moninger memwho love good and moral things al- students that mad oC IMiillipinin. au average of roiiuiou nt th Cave Sirings, noner gave this official summary of the A quiet uud beautiful wedding was ways, hereby make protest und ask 80 per the interesting and instructive "Now orial chair were taken unci after a fool p feet of. the new law: Lunsford's on the McQueen exact Ihut soleinnmv.1 at the home of Mr. the support of the humane officials on the rent and above were placed Rev. D. M. song mid pin or the committee adHible School Institute." honor roll, which is as folI "Any nrtiele is mailable if not Jiid Mrs. II. 'f. Duugherty l. at Cash-aiei- und people of this county. Wnlker spoke mi KiiiiBflitiii on the journed. Next eiir it will meet aG n nn about I 'J miles from lows : There were gathered at that over eleven pounds in weight nor many this county, on Wednesday, Wu furthermore like to ask the ..,. ni. no go ore lo uikc lis,(,ri,.ltl Mt (hc I.uusfords and moie than 72 inches in length nnd Hible school, Hiiint; that too Grade 1. June "JO, at 1 p. in. when their voiim?- - proper authorities, why tho Sunday ert Seurs 87, Vernal Austin 94, Robiwople hail lite idea that they could .nil. II n,i tii.-ii- , null llllllt IL II Lee Hudson 81, Marie Klllli their kimlrod; for one day of enjoy girth combined, nor likely to injure st daughter, Miss Mamie, becume law only ciiini' into the church during picnic convention. The recommenis not enforced here? For we Montgomery couipiiieiit of cm- - '.he In id of Mr. W. mooting, bin- - he suvs dation of the committee on tho fu- ment long to ho rouiomboied by all. the mails or postal st,.imi.. r greatly desire peace ami quietude on Edith Owens 85, Hattie Smith 80, the protruded 95. Thoie wens Mis. Ale.x Frost and ploves. Hut i a to of 1 cent pel-- Kentucky. Tin. !i., .....,.... . our Sabbath days. is no uncomu child could be taught in the Hible ture work (in- - (1) That the county Grade 2. Vasca Elliott 95, Matt daughter, 'OYiinie. Alex and Jennie ounce up to four ounces, regardless ,IK,V Wlls performed by Kev. J. II mon thing to llllVC Itour Rluinhnra Moor,, so that he would nHtunilly Dillion 85, Minnie Owens have thf pr.izrnms nnntrd . 90. Boy when ho had and distiibuted at least two weeks were married here '27 years ngo and of li.tnn.t-- Above four .nones, fin . Wutkins, pastor of the bride. Only n broken by u wild yell, cursing nnd Jones 80, Voyd Jones 81, go into the rhureli Adel Reytheir mariiage they fiist pound, each additional pound (evv ot the nearest relatives und swearing or pistol after on Sunday nolds 87. reached the proM-- r line. This is the before the convention ('') Thnt thpvl l T to Whitley county, where Mr and eleven pounds upward, respec- friends were present. Tb bride was evenings. We do siiots . .' not think this is teacher's gran text op 'ortnnity. Af- in, .r ... .IN i loe i.ex conc. lion luou-i- W(l,t , Grade 3. Frnnk Martin 81, (, WU( tively, rural route and eitv delivery, beautifully gowned C(, in embroidered done liy good moral citizens, but it Woodo Goode 82, Ransom gave n mes- ami try to make Lincoln county a ter his talk Mr. Friuee Elliott 83, scon piomotcd to hank boss, mid !i cents, 1 cent and lo cents, res- white silk net over white satin. The is done by people who have been Ida sage, from the statu lelliiiir of its banner county (.'I) All help to raise Austin now be is at Wilton, Superintendent pectively: cents, 3 long bridal veil was caught back somewhere louding on "booze''. Now Reynolds 88, Iva Duncan 82, Elsio zone. needs niitl progress. 82. n the hundred dollars pledged bv zone, (I with lihes of the valley. Her only tho question is: Where of three of the largest mines in east- rents and b7) cents; After dinner at the Coffey llmiw. is this Grade 4. Page Yocum 84, George county Moninger memoiinl cents. 4 cents and 40 cents; 300- - ornament was His salary is $17rt d golil "booze" obtained? Is this drink got- Patterson Ilm coitvcntiilii reassembled at t :.'I0 A largo attendance is urged for tho ern Kentucky. a month, unci when in our county he iinu- - zone, oenis, ,i cent snnu 0 brooch more than 50 years old. The ten through the "Club"? Or uru Grider 87. 84. Pearl Jarboe 80, Frank o'clock. Tlie reports of the schools stale nnd international convention was working ut a saw mill at u do- cents; e one. 8 cents, 0 cents only attendant was little Clyde Wat-an- s, there open saloons in our wero Kit en either by the secretary in October (fi) That the county be communiGrade 5. l.non-mil- p ami 08 rone, ft who brought in the license and ty? If it is gotten this way we want Lillie Owens Patterson Tanner 82, or by pome member of the school, divided among the workers so that llar u day. You see we have good cents. 7 cents; 82. Tnbithn Martin 90. cents nnd 70 cents; 1,400-mil- e ring. The ring used in the ceremony it understood, that we as" talent iu Kockcastle. who bapiietied to be preent. The every part may be reached by the Jennie Decker 85. rone, 14 cents, 9 cents and $1; was the one worn by her mother 50 Mrs. Hen Itoss mid daughter, of citizens do not want these things committees iiImi re.irted at this Hible school evangelism. Grade 0. Reba Allen SI. tln1 zone. 11 cents, 10 cents, years ago. Tho wedding march was to go on under the very Tone Haute, Ind., weie there. They 1.800-mil- e and The former President time. shadows of Jarboe 85, Helen Jones 83. Mnrv bad not seen this place since child- and $1.11 ;.over 1.800 miles 12 cents, very beniitifully rendered by Miss our tluee churches here. I mid MNs Horry, Secretary, Mr. It. Louis Gann 80. HARRIS PEPPLES hood. Hen Itoss was born in the 12 cents nnd $1.32. The Postmnster Herthu Hallard of Poterstown. DurRev. Father Leo Muyer, Pos-to- r O. M. lackey were retained and Mr. Grade 7. Marjorie Cocking 83, little log cabin just above the spriirg Oeiiernl may make provision for in- ing the ring ceremony she snng very of Catholic church. I). M. Walker was made vice prosi- - Popular Youno Couple Married in Vernnl)ishoii 80, Grace Elliott 87. demnity insurance and collection on vvcctly, "I love you truly" mid now called by historians the Rev. C. J. Merhtens, Pustor After the business session dent At 7:30 o'clock Saturday evening Danville. t delivery, with additional chnrges for old haunted house. It was a after the ceremony the Lutheran church. Sept. Hth there vvill be a box supthat state worker led in n "Worker's ploasiiio to .Mrs. Ros und daughter such service. W. T. White, Teacher of Pubfather and mother of ilm imu i.i per at the McKinney school house. Confctonro" lit which was discussed The marriage of Miss Jennie Popthe wnv to the dining room where lic Schools. The proceeds to go townrd the purthe methods of keeping up interest ples nnd Mr. .lames Harris was quite to tuke sonic souvenirs of this noted spot back to her a eiy sumptuous nnd toll repast awaited TEACHERS' MEETING and attendance at training olusses a chase of books for our school lito many friends. him they came from the place he sin them. The color scheme was green Some of Ireland's Good Work. nnd Retting the pupils to May un- They prise to their brary. There U a very fine selec- - ' drove Danville and were once called home. Hon, as he is To Be Held at Kinq's The Wursuw til etamination. It vvus found about ma i nod by He v. Garrison. Mr. Er Independent iu tiou of nbout 150 books that will be Mountain ami white. After the bride had rob- c i norseii in a heautiful grev travfour-tifth- s speaKing of the success of the Gal purchased of every class dropcd nest Pepples and Miss Mary Lee called, u a prosperous farmer nnd a Christian Church Sept. 21st. for our new graded good citizen. You can see that old eling suit with doves and hat to latin county teachers' institute out. Mr. Willi-.- , of last school. There are from a dozen t. (livens went with tkem as fur as Rockcastle has pioduiod somo of match. .Misses Herthu Hallnrd nnd week said: Lincoln eountv's toaeher training Danville. twenty books for each of the eight Miss Popples is the at the oe.st men in the world. A teachers' meeting will be held at IJattie Dougherty The chief reason for served fruit punch record huvmg successfully graduat- tractive daughter of Mr. grades. King's Mountain Christian and lemonade. Amid the good wishes sults obtained resided the good reand Mrs. John IlnmVon was there from the ed five classes, lie now bus a class J. II. Popples and has u wide circle in the fuct Most people iu buying books for Mercer, Ind., where he holds a good church, Sept. 21st. Under the lnw and good-bye- s of their that the Instructor, nearly through the second year's of friends, who wish her well through position. He is from old Kockcastle the teachers who do not attend these haim.. coi,e started on friends the Prof.J. Wl Ireland, of the Institute a library buy only those books that) work. Hn :tlo hah an A. ii. C. union the journey. their wedis au intensely can be read by ndvanced pupils. Mr. Harris is the When the writer arrived at the stated meetings must tench nn extra ding tour. practical man. He guve in hi.-- , school in which all the smnll-o- r to the This is a big mistake for it is more youngest son of Mrs. Elira Harris spring, he found with the host of day. The program for the day will teachers tho benefit of practical important thnt the second, third or ndult flas-e- s combine. Next MNs and a very prominent farmer of relatives, W. M. Lunsford. hU sons be as follows: is Eu banks. ideas which he had found good in fourth grades should get the proper Pauline Hooker spoke on the Cradle 9:30 A. M. -- Meeting called to orMiss Mary Zeller, of Stanford, is his own enreer as a teacher. He hooks thnn any other persons. und daughters and their wives and Roll, saying its benefits were (1) this nuiiity. It is The bride wore u beautiful blue htisliunds; Joel Lunsford and ull his der bv the chairman. Song by choir. visiting relatives in this vicinity. advanced no untried theories which then that the reading habit is formTo bring the parentit to Christ -) suit and hat to match in which she children and grandchildren. It was Devotional exercises by Kev. Dillnrd Elmer Keith, of Danville, visited often, when tried, prove to be noth ed and it is nt that age that the ilicreuso tlie Itible school attendance looked ery charming. Tiey left great crowd to be together. And Couch. his uncle. Jasper Keitth, here last ing save fallacies. Rather did he most Insting impression is made on (.'I) train ami dew-loChristian for Niagara and tlion it was decided to cook dinner 10:00 A. M. Welcome address, V. week. advocate tho value of those things the child's mind. workers ( t Stop the church leakThe child that .. beti. ....... on the ground in old camp stL; C. Gillilaud. age. The children's name are secur- Canada to sieiid a week or so oi meetings nt tile Hap- - which he, iu practice, had found does not get many books to read be10:1." Recitations by pupils of tist church conducted by Rev. Coak-le- y. good and desirable kept in a card fore returning home, where they will ami the go.id people went to work ed ty visitors and aids to the fore it is ten or twelve years of ago eonnitulatioiiM for nnd prepared ti dinner that was fit King',. Mountain Graded School. continues with great interest Cttlnit'Stie, mi tlml nil Ii child filiij rci'civiof the teacher and that pecu- will never make much of a reader. Methods in primary rend- manifested. h long and happy union. king to eat. If you don't be ll:lo for a liar appropriate, us well us percep- The child Kt n hlimjry for hooka meive ii card of greeting and good lieve me oii .von can ask Per Kigsby ing. Miss Zoru Haugh. Mrs. O. W. Reynolds and chil tive, faculty of the pupil. wislie on its birthdav and thou be us it does for food and generally it 1 1 :30 Select reading, MissSPLENDID MALE VOICES for he was down the branch fron. the dren, ol Arizona, who have been vispromoted in beginners department has the choice between the family iting her futher, Cyius Surlier, for spring and heard the molodiou-- . mus- ra Johnson. on reaching the age of three Jour.--. Hible and a yellow buck novel. It Electric Lights for ML Vernon 11:43 Methods in Are Heard In Coburn's Minstrels ic from that violin of Uncle Joel as several months past, returned to "The Vnlue of the Home DepartJ. E. Shoop, of Danville and his can not get nnything out of the Bireading. E. G. Gillilaud. he sut upon u stump mid phi veil their home last Friday where her futher-in-lament" wuk splendidly set forth by Here Saturday Nitht. Mr. D. Phelps, of ble, but the devil hns made the yelsome of the old faviMite.s of fiO Neon Recess husband has a Rev. J. S. Willis. lie its as railroad Eubanks, were here Tuesday looking low buck blood nnd thunder novel 1 :00 P. M. conductor. beuefilb weie to thousands to Without a doubt, the fiuont choir jeurs ago. Song by choir. the situation over with a. view of in- attractive and nice to the boy or A young man by the nnme of Tyice was called upon to make a study the Hible, restores to many of male singer-- , ever curried with a by Lelia Gooch. t, stalling an electric light pluut. They girl and that is one renson why peolittle talk on the occasion iust who said his home was in Ala- were inhomes the iamily nltur, inake-- i 1.10 Quurtet: Mrs. C. M. Thompminstrel compnny will be next very much pleased with the ple rend trash instead of sense. dinner was served. Hefore lie son. .Maude Rrovvii, V. C. Gilliland, bama, und who was evidently hobo- outlook different Christian diffeient, makes Saturday night at the opera house We expect to raise .$50 for books nnd will be, back on the ing his way on trains, got both it Mw.iMe In enroll nil the church in with J. A. Cohtiru and his greater got through, tears were coming Cyitis Johnson. feet night of Sept. 0th to meet with our this winter. We consider that a very the school, develop ( hrinlimi work minstrels.. For jours ho has been down the cheeks of all the old na1:20 How agriculture crushed in attempting to board a town board at which time it will be modest amount, but of course, there much Aril then it was that Per should be taught iu the schools? freight train here n few davs ago. ers, pays tor itelt tiiiuiu-inilcoming to this vit v, every season tives. definitely whether or not arc people that would hold up their He vvas taken to the Somerset Sani- determined nnd increases tlie Hible school tit getting better, every season adding came slipping out to see what was J. H, MeKee. they will locate the pluut in Mt. hands in holy horror nt so much 1 :3o tendance. He said inure people hud mule friends to minstrelsy and his the matter. He was invited to take Every lesson a soclling les- tarium where it was reeessary to Veriuni. We certainly need it and money thrown awny. If n moving remove both legs just below gone out of his Home Depart mcul to attiactiou, every season getting pint with us and was tendered n big son, Frank Hays. the Mt. Vernon will extend a cordial picture show or n circus comes to 1 Come into the school tmii he had eloM-to the top of all that is good plate full of chicken und other good town it carries nway hundreds of mid sanitation, M. knees. Ho is reported to be recovgreeting to ering nicely. This ternble accident tlemen. Mt. these enterprising gen- dollars without n word being said. left. This meets the need of such in mnisiu-Uy- . It's, a clean, musical, things. He soon found out that it P. Shad.iau. Veinon. Signal. was n great family of great- - people, men its physicians, rrlmnuut keep- hiiiL'hiug show. Let us all get n library for the 2:00 How much agriculture and should ,e a warning to the boys here ers, and invalid)., etc., who cannot Manager Coburii announces Mr. and having a groat time. .school house. domestic science can be taught in a who have the habit of riding freight Jumbo Camp Meetinq Will say in conclusion while we one room school under existing cir- trains for pastime. otherwise ho connected with the William robust, Imritouc Everyone within n reasonable disBegins Saturday. Hible hcliool. Tliev study the same with n pheiiomiiial power uud range, weie all up at Cuole Joel's in the cumstances? Clarence Griffin. "Aunt Tib'' Padgett fell last WedThe annual camp meeting will be- tance of McKinney is invited to atlesson as tin- - otheis. This little pmhnhh the tuicst voice he has evening listening to the old ones -- .lo Select reading. Miss Effie nesday evening while walking in her gin at Jumbo camp grounds nevt Sat- tend our box supper. Girls will ut'iostic sinus up u'ood points of (In- carried with lii- - company. Mr talk of what had occurred since Young. bring boxes nnd the iiud. resulting in fracturing both urday, September 7th. The their poek---- et firot serhume depaitmenl. Kev nobis coum-cliowith mimic hooka, f Hilly and Joel Lunsford nnd Harry lIuW to teach beginllels to Is.tie- - of her left leg mid injuring vice will be HORACE CALDWELL. conducted nt 11 a. in. the ankle joint. thee liin-s- t urn tie attractions, choirs l.iuisfoid ate dinner down at the write. Iia Roberts, T u k e.s e v e ry vv h o re. with Dro. Wooldridge, of Russell William uud O. IV. Eller have sold ami musical societies in the east, his spring .'ill veiirs ago, while pulling 2:40 Select reading. Lydia MeH elps tin- - pastor. QUALITY IN WHEAT Springs and Hro. A. C. Mims, of their farms near this plaee for icuditiou of some of standard clas- fodder for Alex Adams. It brought Kee. 0 Denver, E nlargos the school. Tenn., doing tho preaching. and sic numbers, his personality, and back many things to the incmorv of respectively. i!:o0 Vocational education. Cy-iiHro. H. A. Coffey will lend the sing Food Value in Amount and Quality II olds the pupils. S. 0. Hrown shipped a car-loa- d pleasing address, nMire the patrons nil and it was a ereat pleasure for Johnson. of ing Lome and bring your teuts and Hible in the home. O of Flour it will Produce ieus the siieep mid cattle from here last week camp of this company a musical treat. me to he tkere mid to think of the Recess on the grounds. There will be K itkes (In- - Sunday school mem- Mr. Leslie D. Hciry. also a splendid heroes old Kockcastle has produced Rev. A. K. Gooob sold one of his no gate collections this time. Come 3:10 Quartet: "Easter Anthem", farms heie bers. last week baritone and tho Interlocutor. Kich-in- d I am son.v to think I am not one of by Munford Griffin. W. G. Acton. T. ty man for $2,000. to a Pike coun- trraying that God will give us a great (National Improvement Service.) E iilistt. the indifferent. them. W. A. TYREE. Toitge. Lyric tenor. II. C. CrockPnicticully all the wheat producrevival. D. McHee, Maude Hrown. For further Do you General Pureell and Spencer apply to C. W. Lovell, information ed is used iu the muuufucture of D evolops the Cbriatlan vork ett, counter tenor, Ia-- C. Van Tiess follow course of study? It not, why at Stanford, Gardner, of Crawfordsvilte. Ind.. or Bowfcn. male alto, Lester Lucas, Hiismi, J. F. Frank Grider, at McKinney. 71-- 2 flour. Price nowadays prevents the not ? General discussion er. I niu'-.- s. came in visitj friends nnd male soprano, and a strong Miss Essie Duugherty spent Sunuse of uud considerable uuiount us E ircournges the discouraged. 3:30 School conditions by the relatives. Mimluy to Hible chorus of 'J8 leave nothing to be day night with Misses Ruth uud Suervisor of rural schools. A dvaiKwo systumntic Tuxes on ruilroads and other big feed for stock. Consequently the Dr. Davison desired in the rendition of nil the Alma Coffey. returned Sundny corporations in the state were raised vulue of our wheat depends upon Htudy. 3:45 Educational vnlue of play. from his home at Stanford where by $100,000,000. Miss Maggie Fox is ut home ufter Roscoe Wheeldon. latest standard, popular and Houg i It eclaims buck sliders. Itr8 time to take the amount and character of Hour it he spent several davs numbers on the pnn'rnm. spending u tew days iu Danville. T akes hold of t's purentw. 3:55 Advanced geography, W. T. his family enjoying lust week with the principal part of the burden off will produce. the Stanford the furmer. Mrs. Huehunnu uud daughter Ada Mullins. Quality of wheat depends upon: M tikes church members. Hobo Cuts Railroad Man. spent Sunday with Mrs. Russell. First, selection und treatment ot An Oklahoma woman makes, the K uluiges contribution. Progress of Schools. A. II. fair. Holiday, 4:10 Mr. of Sunbrisht. Tenn., propostreous cluim thut Gen. John H seed. Sunday school is progressing Long. Herman Camp, a hobo hailing N urtures family religion. visited his sister. Mrs. C. B. Mar-ciiSecond proper rotation of crops. Moigun wur not killed at Greenville. from Chattanooga, is in jail hole nicely and it is hoped it will be im, All teachers ate urged to attend, T rv it and see. here a few days Inst week. Third, thorough preparation of charged with severely cutting John proved in the future. Tenn., iu 1804 but survived the war also Trustees mid nitrous are soThe Kev. Jos. Hulhui spoke a few DeatherMite, a hrakeinaii in the Mr. Jtisoii Gibson has returned licited to be present. y and lived until 1899 in Indian Terri- the soil. The good Words of advice uud encouragement, Fourth, sufficient moisture and tory. She claims to be his daughTexans Farm by Moonlkjht of the Q. & ( . railway company home from Indiuunpolis. hidie of King's Mountain will furToMiss Ruth Cot fey seiit Saturday nish a free dinner. plant food to insure maturity. After which "Help Somebody who is in n critical condition from Dallas Texas, Sept. 5. Farmers ter. Col. R. C. Morgan, 70. of day, Moninger's favorite song wur u knife wound. He was endeavoring night with homefolks here. The responsibility of the former a brother of the loted ConV. C, GILLILAND, Chairman. iu Denton county are plowing by Mr. ljtidsuy Kiiuffmiin uud wife ttiinir und the ktute worker spoke on to put off throe tramps at Kine's MAUDE HROWN, Secretniy. moonlight in order to uvoid attack federate lender, says the woman is does not cene when he has matured "HeiiVrt Moninger." He told of Mountain, who wne steuliui' a ride spout n few days with Mr. Fred u good quality of grain in the field. of n fly that bus caused death to ernzy. liis early life in Pennsylvania, his on u freight tinin. They lesisted Uihsoii, of this place. Exposure, while standing in the . livestock in northern Texas. Denton ob Morelaml StHI Winnioq school duys ut Hethany, his work on und during the altercation one of the shock causes bleaching, sprouting, Mr. Mack Kiiiitfmau, of Ashland, reports that the sitiiution iu that nevus winner A dispatch from Indiiinuoolis sus ttie Stuuduid, his marvelous energy hobos, who gave his name us Her- - 111., is at home on a shoit visit, and incieuse in moisture-conteand In Grayson Messrs. Lyne Bros: Crab Oich. The Teacher inuii Camp, of Chattanooga, ran up bis In Ml her, Ollie will accompany that Hob Morelund rode Nickle section is improved. enthusiasm. and county, dairymen tire the heaviest ard, Ky., we the undersigned judges consequent decreuse iu test weisht Training movement was begun by behind Deutherage and sank a knife him back to Ashland in a levy days. Plate, the n gray gelding. losers, the This meuiis u lower tier bushel. iini ami the slogan of that depart- in his back. Camp was arrested Miss Essie Daugheity entertained to the championship at the opening ing largely attacks of the pest hav- appointed for the puriicaniph rebus coiumeicial grade and, hence, a lowdecreased the supply of correct: Mm. D. V. Holmes. Miss er price. y work, ment of tin International some of her fiieiuU Satuiday night. event of the Indiana state fair there milk, which has and sent to pail heie. further effected the Mnry Allister, Mrs. E. C. Holmes, Teacher a Truining Class GradSprouted wheut cannot pioduce t Those weie; Misses Ruth Roinbon Pi nice, fioin the Smiley butter market. Horses 11. ate covered Plummer. Jtr. D. A. good, sound flour that will make uate'1 was his. His energy and and Almii lotfcy, Miss Pauline Tay siame wuii John bnuley up, was with blankets mid oust off clothing, Mrs. N. For The Kentucky State Fair. Singleton, Fred It. Haiie. Pulaski. tibility to finish things and his deThe Southern lailway have named lor Sliss runii.e Ciutclior, Hessic second and Naziinova. fiom tli lm- - to piotect them from the fly. No Vu.. Geo. P. Hright, Stanford. Kv. good bieud. Also, hiking up moisture while iu tho shock or iu poorly I ai in at Shelbvville. was abatement of the pest is reported in votion to his work literally killed late of out fine plus 'ITt cents mid Nannie Hell Dam'herty, (leorgc lulata for Ouddis, Ollie Kaulfiunu, Eii'rone third. Joe McDonald mid Lazarie Aoconling to term there will he u built stacks may heating to liim. He was taken ill while ad- the roinyt dip. that section, and it is feared live ilrnw next Monday, Sept. !). nt our take place, nnd cause dressing a class and died a short wero the other contestants. Iu the stock the result will he Iickels on sale September 7th to Rice, Patrick Daugheity, Juspor chaiiipioiiship interest will suffer heavily. store. Respl. Lvne Crab "bin burnt" wheat, which is unfit time afterwards at the great class for thiee-gaite- d (loddis, Robert Fox and Mr. (icoigc . lllli, inclusive, with final limit . At Sherman, fitly deaths of stock-in convention San t ember saddle horses, Mildred ('. 'roved the for Hour making. loth. See local agent for Col fey and wife. have boon lepoited. Cows refuse to The presence of smut bolls from thus lepoating her Hlue eat, Francisco. There was a sad mem- full information. J. C. Ileum, A. Mr. Ollie Huchanaii, of this eitv, winner, and u shortage of milk is threatIU freer nj t.tjima make Augutt a 0. orial hour after the blue clad is at Souidsct working for the (). & Grass Fair vietoiy. second going to ened, lloise and cattle are being laonlli of Jnlen.e ftufffrlnf ti minx peopte. 'hunt" or stinking smut, impaits n P. A. St. Louis, Mo. boy dashed iliVwn the aish, Ic. lailroad Co. Wo mo glad to sav Lars Anderson's Alvitle Dickie and driven blind. Iu tho city the horses' Folejr'i Honey end Tr Compound civet disagreeable odor and a iluik color 'bearing the telegram announcing his .. lie Is II fill!' young mall Olid hope thild to it handsome black mine bv legs me clothed iu overalls and the prompt rate end telief, ind li toolhlnt iml to the flour us well as to the wiieaL ItoLfrl W. llrrlrr. T.wr.n.-.lii- . u bothered wiih kidney trouble for be will be suooessfulin his business, Hoiirbou King, named Fascination. death. The ten thousand leproson-tative- s hd the Infltraej utuibrtuee. Wra. All those fuels seive only to flie me attacking the people. The tiralmr to tried Mrl M. Merrtuew, N. Seiriport, Ue : of the Hible school of tho two ynrikidney pill, I but llkthree reli," il, the impoitaiu-- of thorough"A Misses Alma Coffey and Essie Vmd. lest is the worst ever known iu this few donee ! 'ole;'e Honejr d Tr Com- ly good farming to produce quality whole continent united in prayer for neighbor told me to role Kidney mi.. Dauclieity will leave Sunday for Advertise your sale in the I. J. section. pound relieved me ot eever Hack of pr- ns well ns quantity. - More farmers read itfie youui! wife and fatherless babe L'..:. "....- - "".""" (ban a bottle rauied a atthnu end it than nnv Dknent t reeommead s" ? eterr. K.,niii t.'..rt i.. ii.ii ,.;i....iJ .....i them to run-"- . lUluw aubtlllhtet, Bnufari hiln even the pressing work of the Ui." sbor tad Ttaiwr, the camp meeting ut Jumbo. other country paper in the state. tend and Tanner The I. J. priiitn fine stationery. Let the I. J. print your sale bills. rpf-l-it--' J SCHOOL WORKERS IN ANNUAL MEETING executic ,,,,t l-- Hrod-lieiu- c, inr-ldo- nt ,,,,t ,..,, Liu-eol- IfiO-mi- le hand-painte- J 600-mil- law-abidi- id t: i- . effi-ieen- - po-iti.- m Reoi-tatio- n, Tal-ber- m-c- he-fo- re r lis .f3,-00- is cm-plo- Lex-mgto- n, nt well-know- Ev-cr- pii-son- iuler-nntjon- ul Si-n- On-hard- inos-seiifr- cr tn 7e coin-pel- e s I 'fc THE INTERMJR JOURNAL, BTANFORD, KENTUCKY. FHIDAY. sfpTEIHiEW I. 1112 99 per ct. of successful business men the fHE Inierior Journal. M. SPECIAL EXCURSION 81IKLTON 8AUrLEY Prcprlttet IN ADVANCE ol SUnfctd 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, pbk dr.Uot it !h"b.rid word You can promote YOUR iOcccn by becoming a depositor with make h I k n crrommny el u..n tome mMier poftsbly, hu lor h.m lo procure . 1 A TEAR STRICTLY t Sunday, septemier 8th. r.nltnt ttatt mU metier rnittlftt DEMOCRATIC TICKET Lincoln County National Bank Capital Surplus Corner Next to Courthonse. T rtr Ftr Ftr Ftr Ftr Ftr Stanford liy. $100,000 $100,100 WOODROW WII.RO.. V. TIIO.o. B. UAR8IIALL-FtHARVEY HELM Vtmtth; Atttr.. V, PURYEAR Circuit tier J. V ItOLDAM UapttrcteW. SI. MELDS NaiiilnltU. C. KEWLAND Prftint ' $1.50 Ratind Trip $1.50 Trli SPECIAL TRAIN Retinal fRri LUAiW, Grab Orchard, Ky. s 1he announcement. In thl. column rt of candidate for fflre, .abject ta the action of. No announcement. Ibr Democratic primary. will be made, unlet, paid (or In advance t Political Announcements Lvs. JUNCTION CITY 5:35 a.m. ASK TICKET AGENTS FOR PARTICULARS. Jntnes Ford, of Cincinnati were here Saturday. Mrxrs JamcH Tharp and George Povll. if the L. & X. nnd I & E. railroads respectively are Jiere wailing relntives Dr. and Mrs J. R. Steele will co this week to viit lit Ilnrboumlle Chappel's Gap. Mrs Flem Sampon and to attend Scvernl of the young folk- - around the fair. here nttended church nt Mt. Zion Mr. and Mrs W. II. Sturgell, of Sunday nieht. A revival began nt Libel ty, were recent guests of Mr. Mt. Olive Sunday Sent. 1. William Tros per. The prayer meeting nt Kphcsus is I) . litlnr at Largo crowds C69 O IlUe, tramlnr contractor now w,ll propress-int- ; Kitlm; Court. Canton, III , li are there every Saturday night. ri ci a rtrr and annotlec caie of aidnrf Mr. Melviu Ilnrrk lms come in trouble Hit tafk palnrd and r wii both- 1 ered with bradachr and tU home from Poindexter, on n week's lock Folry KidrifT Tills Juitdin? directed and nic-cly- Women Shoes New Fall Styles-th- ey VIKUIL i. M. 8. B. W. 0IVF.N8 O. WEATHF.Hr'OKD Ftr RerreenfHre. JlcMUI.Ll.V. Ftr Skrrif I1AU01IMAN T, J. HILL Ttr County Juift T. A. KICK SI. 2. 2?OK?K rcr Jailtr PKYTO.V UEOKOK DINK WILLIAM W. A. I'AKRISII UEBORDK FAUUEK II. HESTER CARSON Prohibition, 3,42o. Fred V. Suiter, o ltiirrc, Socialist, J, 000. Same place in 1910 paw: Mciul, DemHi'iiublionn, ;tl,810; Wntt-on- , ocrat, 15,803; Towlc, J'rolnliilioii, 1,03'J, Onlwnv, Socialist, 890. THE POWER OF A Name You can't GOOD CANDY - are are here--w- e ering them fast. delivM 1 T. L. BECK 8. M. OWEN8 R. II. BRONAUOII I', C. 8ANDIDQE J. H. BOONE V. T. BAKNER LAFE MORGAN Ftr Aitnttr can't tell a good man by hit clothes, tell a good book by the cover, ou can't tell a good cigar by the wrapper. Neither can you tell lilim 1 HH-H-M-I-M- -r ByTheB., We are showing Tan Calf, Tan Suede, Black Calf, Black Suede and Velvets. They are handsome styles, the quality good. We can fit you now. Why wait until the size and color you want is gone? i H. J. McROBERTS Stanford, Kentucky DEPOSIT BANK OF STANFORD, chartered March 9, 1154. Uencth and Mr. Edward Jcswcin. of Preach-ermillr II I am row all crer r trentlr and clad to recommend Koley Kidney Ptlli," Trj tbem. attended church at Otten-lieiShuiari and Tanrrr Sunday. The working people of Ameri William Mr. and caIf they must be distinguish- - jr pent SundayMrs. the latter'sDishun with sifter ed from tbe minority that conMr. James nt Cedar Creek. stitutes the rest of it are, of Mr. William Bogie of Columbus course, the backbone of tbe naO., Mr. and Mrs. Andy Bogie ,of tion. No law that safeguards Garrard, mid Mrs Susie linnatzar, their life, that Improves the phys pecple arc sick iwflc. The of Madison county visited Mr. and ical and moral conditions under lack vitality tad misfire psnrer. which they live, that makes their J. Mrs. John O. Bogie this week nnd hours of labor rational and toldrank of the Crab Orchard waters. Mr- -. Martha Thomas went to Lanerable, that elves them freedom to act In their own Interest and caster esterdnv to visit relatives. briaft kw tile ta sack aeaale that protects them where they Mies Xettie and Hnttie Bogie ii fires Tiger aaa Titaisty ta cannot protect themselves can Mr. James Bogie, attended church iW aad hoij. All Dnggitt. properly be regarded as class nt Preachersvillc Saturday night. 9 legislation or as anything but as Mr. and Mrs. Joe Bogie visited ttftt Jt liowne Blooennckl.N.) a measure taken In tbe Interest the latter's sister Saturdav and of the whole people, whose partSunday, Mrs.. Win. Perkins, of near nership In right action we are Holland. '. '. trying to establish and make real Mr. Dan Long as here lar.t wt-tYour and practical. It Is in this spirit He bought a large hnjing cattle. '. that we shall act If we are genbunch from J. O. Bogie, at a fancy ulne spokesmen of the whole irrice. '. country. From Woodrow Wll- ; son's Speech Accepting the Dem- -' Junction Citv. 1 Step off and take a look at ccratic Nomination. Mis Anna Padgett, of Dixon, your home. Doesn't it need i i ! ; h-h- i Tenu., visited Mrs. Msry HacKla, palnrinq? Now is the time en route from Elixir Springs, home. to have it done. Paint before Politics of a local nature began Mr. and Mrs F. T. Burke left to boil in Boyle this week. Three Sunday for Fonzn and Richmond the winter rain and snow tlem-- t and will visit relatives ot each of candidates announced for the to flv. Hanna's Green ocaatic nomination for sheriff, at these places. Seal, the made to wear paints They one and the same time. Miss Ruth Turner, of Paducab, are the right kind to use. are O. T. Helm, Dick Bruce, and who has been the attractive guest Formula with everv can. For The Interior of Mies Georgia Wells for the sumClark .Ilarberson. Journal would say to them as it mer, has return d to her home. Sale by 6. B. PRUITT. Mere-lan- d. says to Lincoln county candidates; Messrs W. J. Davidson, of Bum-sid- e, Ky.. and L L. SANJ. T. Tocher, of Lexington. See who enn do the most work for DERS, Crab Orchard. Ky. the democratic .national ticket' tin W. T. Caldwell, of Danville, and who The candidates November. work tho hardest for Woodrow Wil son are ones that the voters shonld support next year. Let's not hear . anything of county races until we have elected the president. e, m LABOR AND THE RULE OF X RIGHT. viit. in a few dari I felt mnch teerar.ri to come Utter Mr lark, life and 1 aleep But you can tell good candy by the name it bean or what is back of the box. NUNNALLY'S Means to Candy just what Sterling meansto Silver. I Scott's Emulsion 1J-- At PENNY'S, The Rexall Store. k '. '. Houst Nitds Painting be-di- ns Eclipse Shoes for Men $3.50 and $4 a pair W. E. PERKINS Crab Orchard, Ky It's success-- : Natienal lank if Stanferd, erianlzetf June 2, IMS. Recetnlzed at First Rational Bank OCTOBER 3, 182. This successful and uninterrupted ssar-ath- M far 51 years, and U werthy of the confidence ef ef the public. Open an account with us today. been I lank has The Progressives nnd Ihe won the honors in the Vermont State election today, for although the Republicans carried the fctate on a plurality vote, there was no elec tion by a majority vote, and the choice of a Governor was thrown into the Legislature. There the will have a sufficient ma jority to elect Allen M. Fletcher, and the remainder of the state ticket. The vote for the five candidates for Governor from all the six cities nnd from 21 out of 240 towns was: Allen M. Fletcher, of Cavendish, Republican, 23.C02. HaTland B. Howe, of St. Johns- bury, Democrat, 38,250. The Rev. Frasher Metrger of Randolph, Progressive, 14,222. Clement F. Smith, of Mornsville, First Ebb of Wilson Tide Wave Is Seen In Vermont White River Junction, Vt., Sept 3. . Stimulant or lower it E. D. Pennington, Ceanty 52-6- M 1 Ceneral Farm Surveying Phone 172, StuftnJ. Svrvyr Ayer's Sarsaparilla is not a stimulant It does not make you feel better one day, then as bad as ever the next. There is not a drop of alcohol in it Ayer's Sarsaparilla is a tonic. You have the steady, even gain that comes from such a medicine. Ask your doctor all about this. Trust him fully, and always do as he says. He knows. Who mikes the best liver pills? The J. C. Ayer Company, of Lowell, Mats. They hsve been making Ayer's Pills for aver sixty years. If you hsve the slight-ts- t doubt sbout using these pills, ssk your doctor. Ask him first, thst's best. Kad by the 1. c. ATSK CO.. Lowell. Maaa. l H. B. Northcoit AT COST We will continue to sell all lawns and Oxfords at Cost, strictly Dalr in Poultry, Eggs, Produce, Salt. Lime & Cement PHONE 153. For Cash Goods charged will be at regular price. I lA ! ! The Farmer's Friends Superior and Peoria GrainlDrills Call and see the new stock Automobiles We have the following bargains to offer, if sold within the next 30 days: Overland, Model CO, fully equipped, used a short while as a demonstrator. Cannot be told from a new car, $1,100. Overland, Model CI, fully equipped, same as new $1,400. Overland, six cylinder, 4Cborse power fully equipped $C50. Stearns, 7 passenger, new body, new top and windshield, extra , , et, nv.v.v i casing $700. Mitchell, Model K 30 horse power, 5 passenger, fullv equipped and new tire in rear $500. Overland, Model 41, 40 horse power, newly painted, new top, with full equipment $000 Hupmobile, delivery truck, 800 lb capacity, just tbe thing for grocerymen, $500. Wo are constantly taking second hand cars in trade, for new cars. Let us have your wants. Our 1913 line of new cars will be Teady to demonstrate, by August 20th. Stanford, Ky. Hughes, Martin & Co. Stanford. Ky. J.L.Beazley &Co f t stmt II BHjf0sJRfaViBaFi THERE IS REAL PAINT and also some stuff mixed with cheapening materials that is cot worthy of tbe name. If yos have bad experience with the latter kind you don't want another. If you haven't take our advice and don't experiment Buy onr mal paints aad save yourself disappdLntasefit and money aa welL V A. ALLEN. eMM.art.Ky. UNDERTAKERS AND ALSO DEAL. ER IN FURNITURE, MAT. TINGS, RUGS. THEV WILL EXCHANGE FURNITURE FOR ALL KINDS OP STOCK. GIVE THEM A CALL. PRICE J. C. McClary 'jtfk " w1 bV i P 1 "' VU5' UNDERTAKER f Yjr AND EMBALMED W.KHiggins Stanford, Ky. I " Fall and Winter Suitings. Mf sew Fall sod Winter Sample are now Inrpectioo. realr (oron 7ur market. I They comprla. the teo loll anyone In. teat a. to price who had hie clothe, made lo order. A mil made t. tour tueuurt li preferable to read mad clothe. To bar them mad to mcaeure doeta't coal ay nor than readr made when .oalltjr aad fit I considered. Com. ia sad id m take jour mtta-u- . Office '"FORD lhwe KENTUCKY. 117. HmmPHmm3b. JNO. 0. ROD, Sales Agent, CO., FIRE INSURANCE r SURETY BONDS FOR THE JUN6CLIS AUTOMOBILE CINCINNATI, 0. .M.HIWLAJn) VTAHWHB, KY. B. C. MVPIMT, TU rncM TtUtr THE IETEBI0H JOURNAL, STANFORD. KENTUCKY FRIDAY. SEPTEMIEB 8. 1912 If e Memphis Tcnn,, nTe here visiting her sister, Mrs. J. L. Holt.claw. ami baby Mrs. Ilohoii Campbell returned home with her mother, Mr. n Joan Hall, of I.nncaster, who has nnnnitnnnnnnnnnnnBnnnBn .AT THE. been here visiting. Mrs. W. T. Davis has icturnul to her home nt Pinevillu nfter n visit to her brothers, Messr. W, L. and J. M. McCarty. Dora mid Minnie Strnub, of Louisville, Miss Mollie Johu-ou- . LIBERAL PREMIUMS OFFERED nnd Margaret DaviiKou are spending several- days at Graham Springs. Mr. (1. (I. Perry, Ig.i nnd llcttic Midway Daily Races Free Attractions-Cle- an McCmiiii Perry nnd Tilden (Vmper attended the circus at Hichmond WciIiichIiiv and were the guests of Mr. (I. ('. Igo. Mr. Albert Severance spent sevREDUCED RAILROAD RATES Farmar Bojra School Encampment eral iIiivh in Cincinnati this week. Miss Lillie MeClarv is vNititig Knr Information, Kntry Hlnnka, Cntnloiiuc, AiMrrtt Mrs. J. E. Duck nt Gilbert's Creek- J. L. DENT, SECY. LOUISVILLr, KY Mrs. Joe MrAlitcr is visiting 920 PAUL JOKES BUILDING friends nnd relatnes at Huxtonville, Mr. J. I!. Ilrnce went to Kihcmnml Wednesday to attend the rirens. Mrs J. A. Ilenzlcy daughter, Lit- cile, and Mrs .M. A. llear.ley weic JH the guests of Mrs. Will Hnys WedWlf iLLLLAnnDnlnnWnnHHk B Bnti aVlninnnnnV nesday. Admittedly one ot the VERY BEST Schools in the State. Mr. Samuel II. Scholz, of New SCHOOL. NORMAL LJHOOL FIVE SCHOOLS IN flNF.,-H- IGH Vrk, and Mr. .McDowell, of Knl LLLLLLLLnnnnBaBVinnnS59JV GRADED SCHOOL, SCHOOL OF MUSIC, COMMERCIAL SCHOOL SnnB Hcrnstadt were here to see Dr. Drown Tuesday. . Ky. nnwnnHMP! C. Miss Margaret Coffey, of Danville, bns returned home after a vi. it to her sister, Mrs J. II. N'ewlainl. M&m&? George I). Hopper, Jr.. is attend MnintnWk Personal and Social. nt Crab Oichard. Miss Mmgarct Shelby, of Arcadia Miss Vula Wnldcii, of Somerset, nig a house party at the home of who has been vNiting her aunt, Mrs. in tlir guest of Miss Ituth Tanner nt Miss Virginia Ilogc, near this week. i . .11. .iicifimcrii returneil home MeKinney. Dr. Harry Higgins, of Hichmond, Wednesday. Mrn. J. L. Tanner nml Mrs. Orny, Va., is here the guest of his parents COMEDfAK. Mrs. J. C. of Knoxville, if MeKinney, were tlio picsts of Mis-Mr. and' Mrs. V. II. lliprnn. LinlHHnHnLlBBHHnalHHinnMHHanHHaliHnHalnHH Warren, Lueile Mrs. V. K. tihugnrs Saturday. enWilliam Yager leaves soon to (ooper mid Stella Kupley were the Mr. anil Mm. Fierce Itobinsjn, of guests of Mrs. Phelps Cobb nt Dan were hero fur u short ter MillerrbuTg Military Institute. Lancaster, Robinson's Piano Contest To The Farmers of Lincoln County Mi-- s Knglcmnii Sue Taylor ville .Monday. time Sut unlay. Arousing Interest. We will have our annual corn show to be recovering nicely from Hoy. Thomas Metcalf, Jr.. Farm Miss Mnry llurch left Monday for Miss Ruby Potts won tho dinner some time in November nnd will offer f, Vn., to tench. She bus mi attack of typhoid fever. sin of Mr. and Mrs. Thomns Staunton, nway last week some nice premiums on both white set that wns given Horace Held, son vf Mr. and Mr.- -. has selected to represent taught thiTe three yearn. in the most who Fores tii, Held, leaves sikiii for Bal- lloyle county in the Farm Hoys En- for the one, week. turned the contest- and yellow- - corn, so you enn hnvc Miss Delhi Ilii'e HtitrlioH, of All timore, where he will take a course, campment 'nt ihe State Fair next votes thatworking with great inter- your eyes turned in that direction. luitt been veiling lnr mint, ants are Will publish the premium list soon in Johns Hopkins University to pre- week. The appointment comes ns Mrs. J. V. Acey. Helow nre the nnd name the time. With the very pare him-eto practice medicine. Miule n compliment to his ability ns est in this contest. Mrs. JeSKie Trn.Ior. of Paris, who standing of the contestants: , best wishes vour truly, State Hank in here visiting friends nml relatives After fimhing then-- lie hopes to n farmer. All his expenses are paid 3911,740 & Tiust Co. 10,040 5 suffering from a sprained ankle fiiu-- li off at a Kiiropean University. nt the fair for a week. Each coun8,8.-)is 40 Mr. Mittie ltibb and Miss Nell ty in the State is entitled to send 28,035 by jumping out of a buggy. eniiM-i- I 41 S.8.-- 3 313,120 . Posted Huntina Forbidden. llihb Goodwin, of Nashville,' Tcnn., one farm bov. Danville Advocate. Mrs. Kd Lewis, of Yntes ('filter, , 428,570 49,345 We, whose signed bewho come home to her mother, Mrs. and Mr. Mattie Ilradshaw, if 437,390 low, positivelynames nrennv hunting' 510,270 forbid are visiting Mrs. V. T. Short Local News. J. .1. McKinncy's linrint returneil 447,090 07,300 fishing upon Ward, of Lexington. home Mollilnv. 459,125 or W. F. Semonis. our premises: Fred Wrc. J. Beck, Mrs. W. A. Trihble, has returned Whv are Sue Dennett Memorial 70,800 Mnry Millignn has returneil Miss 409,790 VonOruenigan. 8 1S.000 from Mnysville, where she has been school graduates nlwnvs successful? G. Daumann, Chas. to her luiine at Lexington after a 4710,500 95,100 Mary Morn-so- ti for scleral weeks at the bedide of Pecouse they acquired character ns 10 21,78.7 visit to Mis-i- s 487,870 T. Willon, Ed Gooch. her mother, who is now considerabwell 08 ability. and Klualicth Mntheny. 4911,315 115,200 Mr. anil Mrs. J. II. Williams nml ly improM'd. 508,195 Brinht's Disestc Misses Ethel nnd Hcsmc llraekett Look at the disc and shoo com- 139,090 children have returned, to their home '' SI 8.135 147,850 (Leslie's Weekly.) relatives bined, on the Peorin grnin drill, They came home of Stanford, ore in Jnckshori', Trim. 52-S- .405 150,600 yon bay any other, W. II. been called rm Urisht's to attend the tiiinnl of her motiier, r.ear JririCticr. Cit1 r.r.d Morcland. 53 13,045 10 12.295 Mi-- s Mary Hubbard and Mr. Mil72-Mrs. J. J. McKinney at Mt. Salem. 547,025 "the malady of civilazation,' and 178,585 S. II. Martin, of Mt. Vernon, 11 lard Hubbard, of Morelaml, are vis558,110 the name is not unmerited. It is. 188,505 Insure with the leadlnq com- 199,000 valued siibxenber of the I. J. has iting friends in Louisville, they ex. 5G 9.115 beyond everything else, a disease of ' been on the siek list for several Icct to take in the State Fair be- panies. Fish & Bromlev represent 577,205 civilized white men, nnd it is due al 205.825 days, many friends in this section, fore returning. them. All lines. 588,520 most entirely to those habits of life 210,200 Hev. J. J. Dickey, pnstor of the " which best distinguish the white will be sorry to lenni. ,800 228,050 Miss Mnttic Slusher. of Midd'c-bor- o, Stanford Methodist church, is nt For Sale Privately. Farm of 1C5 237,705 007,340 man from the savage of the jungles, r, Danville this week attending Confer- acres, in high state of cultivation, and Miss Mnry Kendrick 019,135 Nine times out of ten it is the result 247,085 of Stanford, were the week-en- d ence. As Dr. Dickey has served but and well located. Address Lock Box 258,135 '' 02 7.3S5 more or less direct, of disorders of visitors of the Misses Wilson nt three years in Stanford, it is ex- J10, Stanford, Ky. "? 037,290 the digestive tract, and nine times 20 S.780 pected that he will be returned here Crab Orchard. "" ' 048,220 out of ten these disorders are due to 279,095 Your city taxes are due please Miss Josephine Cnnenter is vis for another year, as it is customary 040 057,785 too much eating and drinking, too iting her siMcr, Mrs. Homer ('Br- to keep 11 preacher four .cnr al call and settle. Office next door 00 8,540 much bending over desks and too 298,200 the same, place, when conditions arc to Tnbble't, store. It. D. Carter, Col "" ighter at Shelbyville. 077,835 little frcsn air. 309,940 ""' t. The lives lector. Mrs. Mnttie Lanier nml Mrs. 0. suitable and agreeable. eats 087,770 fimplc savage knows in the open, whis318,875 l'rof. E. L. Grubbs, of Liberty, nothing C'nrponter mid daughter, of Monti-cellf 0910.493 ky and foods, plenty of sleep of ex328,815 gets For Sale. A desirable residence have returned home nfter 11 who is professor of the school there and f 7020,078 is quite ill with fever. His mnnv with store room nnd nil necessary 338,755 ercise. a visit to Mrs. Sam Knds. 1" 718,430 digestion,Asa a result, he hasgood good 348.330 Hcv. A. A. Higgins, of Glasgow, friends here will Tfrret very much improvements, clear eye and red "" near depot. Good 35-8- ,770 728,135 blood in 11 here sending civilized his vncntion with to hear this. his veins. location. For further particulars 3611,545 738.455 white man eats rich Rut themade aps. Miss Essie llurch left Inst week tee Hughes & McCarty, Stanford, r his parents Mr. and Mrs. V. II. food, ' 748,275 379,005 for San Mnrees Tex., where she Ky. by stimulating condiments; 7514.335 petizing himself with alchohol; lives 389.000 r' "' -Miss lllaticbc Vmideveer and Miss will tench. 77 14.2S5 braces ' Mrs. II. D. Phillips nccornpnnied Tickets on sale nt Shugars & TR 0 on- - in stuffy houses, in filthy, smoky .Jf fitellu Kuulcy left Tuesday for ., w Drug store for Cobaro's N. C, where they will Miss Gnu-- Hurst to Midway Wed- Tiiiuu-i7958,890 cities, and never walks when he can 9. nesday, where she entered her in the great mfustrels. fiO teach this year. This makes the 9,005 ride. The result is that his stomkidneys second year that Miss VamleVeer Midway Orphan School. 8211,175 ach fails in its duties; bis pieces Mr. and Mrs. Russell Urown are inundated by poisons, go to For Sale or Exchange. My pho had been there. nnd he dies from Rright's disease. tograph outfit consisting of - first-claRemember Coburn's great minSometimes the trouble starts in cameras and backgrounds. strels at the opera house Saturday the kidneys themselves as, for inEverything complete. Will furnish night. Dr. R. V. Pierce ot Buffalo, author ol the Common Seme stance, when they nre crippled by an instructor. Frank Cordicr, Rowown Medical Adviacr, t.). " why doea not the farmer treat hit alchohol fia-nnd sometimes it starts land, Ky. A WARNING TO MANY body at he Ueali the land he cultivates He put back in in the stomach or elsewhere. Rut wbat he takea out in cropt, or ihe UnJ would row poor. For Sale. Two bows and pigs. Some Interesting Facts. Regarding in any case the blame lies with faulty The fcrmtr ahould put back into hit body the ital elementt induced by tome chromo methods of living, and it is the kidMrs. Annie Haekley, Stanford, R-cxhautted by labor, or by Health Statistics me jrcni 1 irate." iu: m im, lie neys that suffer the final damage. It Slvea olMl h power. in Golden Medical Uiico.ery i. in It. they falter or fail in their Moving Picture Shew FrHay Nlqht. like Few pcoplejrcalize to what extent And when lb. .tomach and purity lo the blood. up It 1. cropt. The There will be a moving picture their health depends upon the con- hiisiness the body fills up with poithe with the tubttancea that build nature sons nnd denth is not fnr away. show nt the opera lwiusc Friday dition of the kidneys. Pierce' Golden Medical Dlncevcry Decter on the itoo.ch and or.n. of dict.on and -- "nUM. Rright's disease, in fact, may be night. A good show ib promised, for in nearly all cases The physician U duo to itt effect A bdiou. .pell there will be three good reels and Rs victim called are cured through the ttomach. that beiin in the tloniach of serious illness, makes a chemical by the mull ot an effort madeDitcoverylicr to c.lch up whenat v".worked splendid music that will be furnished analysis of the patient's urine. He dies of poisons generated within his a liver unturpatted ' to be Hd eihiutted. I hac found iLe by the orchestra. There is always a knows that unless the kidneys are own body. " . Late Government reports indicate good and rich each night, but doing their work properly, the other attendance room for more. All who were present organs cannot bo brought back to that the maladv kills about 35,000 Miss rmic Kmhkly of rerth. Kari. Americans of the highest quality Inst Friday nnd Saturday nights en- health and strength. joyed the pictures and music very When the kidneys nre neglected and usefulness the very men, much. whoe strenuous energy or ubused in any way, serious re- makes ch. Wai weak, could eat searroiy up the national spirit. Most Wirt cr Oaio Crrr or Tclldo. i sults arc sure to follow. According LVCU OOVXTT. J" of them nre brain workers in the i rviKK J. CutMl Eiko Mih tht i to anlor to health statistics, Rright's disease named nnd their ftmtiSSic ?ou I.Vr (mtillstria" piracr ot Ue nnn ol '. i. Oiinct A Oo.. itoun which is really an advanced form of full flush of manhood, wHl? yuu all mibcum la your uood work.' IiwUum in Um air ol Toledo. Countjr tod SUM Z ui iiSedy wU 1 ttorewti. tnd Ihtt Mhd Ann will pay tilt turn ol kidney trouble, caused nearly ten valuo to the nation is bevond ONE HUNDRED DOLLA11S lor rub tnd rttry deaths in 1910, in tho nH ot C4Tiui tttt ctuiot be cured bf U uw ol thousand 01 IUU.1 CtTtuui ecu. The Name stnte )f New York alone ThererilANK J, CHCNF.V Masons' Meeting Sworn to txlore me tnd tulwritinl In my I'rtwnra. fore, it behooves us to pay more atUti lh dtr 01 Ptccmtier, A. l.. IWS. Lincoln Lode No. merit In . in Insurance, meant most Utfd ci'tntnumcttion CO, rtcb A. M., and third tention to tho health of these 'i A. W. CLCAHON-on i lint Monday nlcttt of rtrh month, tt 7 o'clock la KOTiH I'lBUC. important organs. I hull on Ky. Iltll't CtUrrh Curt It Ultn numtllr tnd tru An ideal compound that has hnd their n( tUtir lltin ttrrrt. Stanford, Absolute Security lod;rt frtterptUy Inrlted to lx directly uH-toe buiod tnd mucout turltcei ol Urn remarkablo success as a kidney prt wni. H. O. Ctrpe ntr. Becrcttry. lyitaa. Srod lor KvUmouUU. In. Dealing With All Prompt and Square V. J.CIItNtY A C),Towlo.tt remedy is Dr. Kilmer's Swnnip-RoSold by ill prunltit- TSc. form of policy The most I tit lltll I t'tlllU 111- Inr xraurtlpttlolk tho great kidney, liver nnd bladder Largo sow enme to my placo Aug. remedy. No troublesome conditions iiaijSi XuiiSX I Tho mild and healing influence of 1st. Owner can get same by paying equipment for serving policy-holder- s The best for this nil nnd her keep. John Pow. this preparation is soon realized. It ingnpivnttn stands the highest for its remarkaell, Moreland, Ky.. It. F. I). 1. SICK and'ACCJDENT, LIVE STOCK, FIRE, LIFE, A Tralalfiff ble reeoid of cures. School for Teachers BURGLARY, PLATE GLASS, FIDELITY, AUTO-MOBILIf you feel that your kidneys In addition to tho sale of the form CnrmlHliii U attention, and wish a sample mid stock, of the late Jas. Robinson Iatrrnt4l4WM Ufctlmutf When you want insurance of any kind, Ktu Crt TaJU U ail rublic UflAto. on Sept. 12, there will also bo sold bottle, write to Dr. Kilmer & Co., Bfwelal friawU el Kcutvcs, Oohraeft tad lu 2 shares of stock in the First Ilinghnraton, N. Y. Mention this pate CvrM. TttUWa FrMW Tekra4Iikf National Dank of Stanford. This is per nnd they will gladly forward it m1uUm i ladal lufcaaL MV UIJtfnUlllI bftlldlBf See fln-l- n rrwUstawt.4lartaratrTtat7. ii splendid fann and the personalty to yon absolutely free, by mail. UUoe. " KTmW. Swnmp-RoTf !( consists of extra good stock etc., is sold by every Uttbrr t, B lrtUI, .J"7 - T11?4 r9tm J" I, n.FrtaTrM April Everything will be sold, regardless druggists in bottles of two sies 50c J and $1. of price. -- SEPTEMBER... BIO DAYS e fl Ihe guests of her parent, Dr. nnd Mrs. I. S. Wesley at Liberty. Miss Kiln May Snutnler is in the city buying her new fall millinery. Mrs. Joe Marshall nnd sou of Stanford Opera House 9i 10, 11, 12, 13, 14, 1912 Saturday, Sept. 7 a. ALCORN We have another shipment of Alcorn, Price $2 per 100 lbs while the supply lasts. Do not overlook slopping your hogs on shipslulT. Best Jind most economical feed to start your feeders on. Price $20.00 per ton. Kentucky State Fair Mi-M- '-t LIBERATTS BAND k Sue Bennett Memorial School LEWIS, Principal, London, J np-pea- rs J. H. Baughman & Co. Phone 11 Stanford, Kentucky. OnVV J. BHlQ DQnSrT HLLHiLHnHin Tmt PBIIB 'V&W nliH HH V.. I jjg7gJgJ.g,'HTlOLOGUE "LOOK" Fall Is Coming ! . es ne Met-enl- lii-e- lf Turn-nerxvill- e. CG-1- English Last. It will please you. We also have the new Glazed Calf. Patent and Gun Metals. Fall line now complete in lasts and sizes. Come and look 'em over. and your low shoes are now about worn out. Come in and let us show you the new Tan. Drop Toe, -- ng - Ilia-inn- s sn 1. Sam Robinson Stanford, Kentucky 59-7- Duil-dera- , 28-9,- 0U-4- o, Hig-Kin- Mor-panto- n, "' School Opens Monday t ss MAN AM THE SOIL. phot-pha- te 4. rWt ...... 2. Eft D.t-eai- et blood-maker.- iS'J.ffi'iiSSSSSS S !tf!ru$ffi& BROMLEY And our School Shoes have just been opened and are ready for your inspection. Keep the children's feet dry with Cummins. & Wearen's Special Shoes and you'll save doctors' bills. FISH "tj Mem-U- up-to-da- te - ot "- m WAM N opMf (UMMINS E. & WEAREN M. AH Wool Clothes ro Fish & Bromley, Stanford, Ky. ...,., Stanford. Kentucky Home of H. S. ot "!. W Ml fTTWr w. . ix cX THE IHTEWttB JtUMUL, tTAWFMt, KENTUCKY. FW1AY. tCPTCWf CB to their uncle, T. Newlnnd. Mrs. .Tame Livingston ! on a visit to J. (1. Livingston nnd her mother Mrs, Lizzie White. 's The third reunion of the was held nt the Brown Sirring nt Crab Orchard W dnesdny. Ther. were f3 present besides several visitor!. There wns nlmndniice of dinner on the grounds. The old folks talked of old times, the f young people played gnmes. Heres hoping they nil mny be nlive nnd able to conic back again in 1013. W. B. Billion, Jr., nnd son took in the London fair. New-land- Ull PU1LIC 1ALE1 The protracted meeting began at Providence church Inst Sunday held by Hev. J. W. Roberts. Morris Taylor wns in Mt. Vernon Monday nnd Tuesday attending the big show. Mr. Ellicrt Elder keeps the watermelon market .supplied. M. M. Taylor was in this pnrt of the county n few days ago on business. Mr. Snm Proctor has been repairing the telephone lines nnd report them in good condition. J. M. Heynolds is doing n good business at this place. . Taylor is building n new bum. V-- J. I begin saving MANY people commence a bank 1. l II 13 tiovnr l i A( Atit'm .. ...... it .. t account wnen tncy nave rcuuneu iuc ccums nf l.l too Inte io save. Y.u don't know what the future holds m store for you. Hcsidcs, thore is always the pleasure of leaving loved ones a legacy an affectionate remembrance from the great beyond. Come in and open tin ucocunt today. No sum is too small to start with. Ohappell's Gap. Hev. W. M. Hupon and Bcv, A. C. Buird will conduct final ser vice at the lVnptist church near here Sunday Sept. 15. Service be gins nt 10 oclock a. in., everybody invited to come. Tho infant son of Mr. nnd Mrs. A. F. Nonks hn been quite ill, but is much improved. Miss Nettie Bosie wh" ! teehiiii school nt Flntwoods wns nt home with her parents. Sunday. Itev. J. O. Livingston filled his appointment nt the Christian church Sunday. Young, Leslie Granville Mr. Thomas, Chnrlie Jeswein nnd Her bert Thomas entertained Miss Grace and Charles Harris Sundny after noon. Mrs. A. J. Anderson has been quite ill, but is somewhnt improved. STATE BANK & TRUST CO., Capital $50,000. Surplus $500 j. d. eads, w. Mccarty, ftm. 6. M. L. PENMY, V. l Stanford, Ky. v-ft- m. Ftm. I. SALIN. CuMr. J. 8. RICE, V. Pre. S. ALRERT PHILLIPS, stray mares arc in' the city struy teu. One is a very dark bay Two FARM AND STOCK NEWS and the other u bay. Both are blind BauRuman has reserved the in their right eyes, nnd each has a date of Oct. 2d for his Third Annual white left hind foot. Owner can get t Sale, of horses, mules, brood mares same by paying for their keep J. If. and cattle. For Sale. four year olds; thoroughbred boars H. U. Crow, ready for service. Shelby City, Ky, Ky., phone 8 two 6ti-t- f. rings, Junction Ex. Now is the time to give your order for fertilizer. I have Swift, Armour and Globe. Get prices. E. T. t. Pence, Estray. Poland China sow; reward for return to M. S. Buughaian. For Sale. Loose hay $13 per ton A. W. Carpenter. Morelaud, Ky. Sow and pigs came to my place July 27th. Owner can get sunie by paying for this ad 'and their keep. E. V. Carson, Moreland, 11. F. D. No. 3p 1. For Sale. One nice, coming three year old, 1'eacock lilly, beautifll buy with two white feet mid star; good bize. Call ou or address Mrs. Sim 8t-Owens, Moreland, Ky For Sale. Near Stanford, well improved -- 00 acre blue rass farm, good two story house bis.' btock barn with oilo, plenty of everlasting spring water. For iurther information bee and wiite Adolph Vouflrue-nigaStanford or Fied VoiiAllmun, 34 and Bank btreet, Louisville, Ky. Will bell court day at my stock yards two xtia nice gray mures 0 years old, match well and weigh ubout 2,500 pounds. Work well any place. Sale promptly at 11 a. m. A. T. Nunnellev. While at Lexington last week, Lee Laurel H. Mitchell, of Pittsburg, county, bought au imiiorted Shetland pony for his son. John Biistin Mitchell, and it arrived Saturday. C5-3p. n, Every stock buyer in Lincoln and 15,000 tobacco sticks ni'M of 1hem i J. A. Givens. McKinney, Ky. C4-t- f. counties rends the nthe surrounding Interior Journal. For Sale 150 extra nice ewes, You can comjust in from the mountains. A. T. pletely ky cover five countiessale in advertising your 67-- tf Kunnelley. it. For Sale. Aberdeen Angus cattle both sexes; mules from colts to Game Warden for Lincoln Judge J. C. Mngee, of Crab Orchard, has been appointed guuie warden for Lincoln county, by Gov. The new law compels every hunter to have license, which costs him $1 at the county clerk's office. YuUy Kiilnpj I'llli (or backache, rheumatiim, weak Lack, and other kidney and bladder Foley Kidney Villa are heal' ing, tfrenictheninc. tonic and quick to produce Iwneficiat reaulta. Contain no harmful drurr. Xerer aold in bnlk. Put up In two siie In aealed bottles. The genuine In a yellow package. 8huf an and Tanner. Carter's stable, and this ad. 71-- 3 It l'AKTY THE "PIIOORESSIVE" the indiTlilual, man or woman, who uit PUBLIC SALE I will on Tuesday. September 17, 1912, At 10 A. M. offer for sale my farm containing one bundled and thirty-si- x ucies, lying 3 2 miles from Danville, on the Pcrryville pike, and known ns the Abraham Irvine farm. Tin- - land is in high state of cultivation, 20 to 2.j acres splendid tobacco laud, has ou it a hou-- e, two halls all necessary outbuildings, a ttubuci-- barn that will hold-ncies of tobacco, a good tenant lioii-- e, an abundance 'of water, all fences new; new stock barn; in stock farm fact this is a first-clamu- -t be seen to be appreciated. This laud will be sold for one third cash, balance divided in equal payments, due in one, two and three years. For fuither particulars or any information write, or cull and see the undeF. N. Gerhart. rlined. Capt. T. D. English, Auct. 70-1-m ss 3. Mt. Salem. Mr. nnd Mrs. James Williams The sheriff of Fayette county has have returned to their home in sued a policeman who shot him as Tennessee. an aftermath of the nrerst of "King" Mrs. Mnggie Lewis, tins returned McNamnra, for i15,000 damages. to her home in Yntes Center, Kns., since the death of her mother, Mrs. HAPPY WOMEN J. J. McKinney. Mrs. Mattic Vest has returned to her home here nfter several day-- .' Plenty of Them In Stanford, and stay with her sister. Mrs. Cloyd Good Reason For It. Hughes, who died nt McKinney Inst Tuesday. Wouldn't nny woman be happy, Mrs. Francis and Mrs. Ada Gooch After years of backache sufferof King's Mountain, nttended the ing. burinl of their cousin, Mrs. Cloyd Days of misery, nights of unrest, Hnches Inst Wednesday. The distress of urinary troubles, Mr. A. B. McKinney nnd wife of When she finds freedom T Hustonville. wns the guest of Mr. Many renders wilt profit by the McCarty last Saturday, of UiU following. place. Mrs. Nancy A. Logan, E. Muin R. F. D. NO. I Street, Stanford. Ky., says: "I MNs lloberla ihiltzcluw enter- scarcely know what to say to extained in honor of Misses Elizabeth press by gratitude to Doan's Kidand Kate Oldham, of Muskogee, ney Pills for the great good they Oklu., who have been visiting reln-tihove d'ne me. My bnck had about and friends for ten days. They given out nnd pained me severely went from here to Kichmond to vi-- it at times. 1 was weak and lame and their mint before returning home. disMiss Nell Newlnnd had a lawn I knew that my kidneys were ordered as the secretions were unparty in honor of Misses Maggie and Ilenu Coffey and Ollie Hayden and natural. I learned of Doan's Kid ney Pills nnd procured n supply nt Mr. Frank Pierce of Buffalo. Clark Newland, of Metaline Falls, Shugnrs & Tanners Drug Store. Wash., visited his father, H. F. New-lan- d This remedy entirely relieved me for a few days, then went to nnd restored my kidneys to a nor-mMercer county and was married to condition." Miss Eva the Aldest daughter of For snle by all dealers. Price 50 Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Cooly. After the Co., Buffalo, cents Foster-Mitbiir- n ceremony they drove to Hnrrods- - N. Y., sole agents for the United burg, nnd took the train for their States. far western home. Bcmcmber the name Donn's The Misses Elliott, of Estill counanrj tak no other. ty, have returned liome after n visit es nl State After Fish Dynamiters Fines of $25,000 mny be ngninit the Louisville nnd Nashville rnilrond Co. in Ilnraii county if the Fish and Game Commission enn obtain indictments that are being planned. A. G. Patterson, of Pinc-vill- e, wrote to J. Q. Wnrd today, charging that the company had fired 000 charges of dynamite in the Chmilicrlnnd 'river from Hnrlnii to the mouth of Yellow Creek, nnd that there had been fully n half million of the finest tyrics of bass and rain bow trout killed. lie nsked for the appointment of Gcoige Howard as game warden of tho county, and promises to gic evidence that will result in 500 nsainst the cnmpauv at the next term of the Harlan circuit Patterson said that he had coiiTt. arrested the superintendent of the dynamiting crew, but thnt the other members of the crew got out of his way before he had lime to nuesl them. nseil features thnt are excellent and desirable in agricultural purmiits are combined ill this farm, in fact there is no better farm in th'nt country The diMibilitv of the owner, caused bv a recent accident is the onlv ien-o- n wliv this farm is offered for wile. There are lit) acres in wheat stubble. 40 of this miwii to sweet clover. JO acres in corn. 10 ncres in tobacco. 10 acres in oats stuhbl- -. J." ncies in rve nnd grar.ed. and the balmier m rl,' t"t ete. The undersigned or the patties nt the fn "in will show it to uiivono nt nuv tiuio. Immediately following tho onto of the farm the Personal nnniertv will be sold which consists of one 4 venr old hav hor-- e a good driver: 12 vear mickliug fillv eolt:l p.ur old hor.-e-: PcTclieon mares in foul combined maro to inck: bv Preston: a Yearling fillv nnd a suckling fillv bv Hex Arbuckle: two iiuiru mules: one maro mule nnd one mare mule. '.I grade Jeraev cosiu milk: 4 Jersey bull calves": 4 regis-teie- d Jersey cows: 100 ewes: one (i venr old mare and suckling fillv colt: 1 vcnrling horse colt: 15 sows and pigs; six tiO initind shouts. Three 2 horse wagons; ,'t grain fninies: I immure spreader: 1 Dccring binder: 'J mowers: hav rake: corn planter: '2 cultivators: 1 slide: Jl turning plows: 1 single disc harrow: 1 double dic harrow: 1 drag hariow: Isteel roller: I Itemis tobacco setter: 2 sets of wagon harness: i lot of plow gear and harness and bridles; a lot of household and kitchen furniture mill other things too numerous to mention. Dinner on grounds. TKItMS announced on dnv of sale. Huahes & Swinebroad. Aaents. Im- caster. Kv. Col. 1. M. Putin. Auct. Of Land and Personal Prnertv. As iiffenln for V, S. Walker wo will offer his land and njroiiul property for Knle to the highest mid on lift bidderM.. the premises at 10 on o'clock A, Tuesday. Seat. 17th. 1912 The farm consists of 210 nnres of verv fertile lnti,t in n hiirh stnte of cultivation, located on the pike '2 'J miles from Point Lenvcll mi tho L. & N. rnilrond and 7 nuloA houIIi The land is rcarlv of Lniion-tc- r. level, inst roiling enough io drain well and there is no waste land nor poor hind on the farm. It has n seven toom dwelling. lnrg itock ham. 10 acre tobacco ham.build-nigs tenatn hotie nnd nil other out nnd plenty of good fruit. All The Perfect Laxative For Elderly People It An haa moraattraction) no ! than nwii of qulatar Ufa. South In athla vary Ufa and reat without la aufflcUnt mrola that bring! with It thoa dlaordara that arlan from Inactivity. Chlaf of theaa are a chronic, paralatant conitlpatlon. Moat aldarljr paopla ara troubled In with accompanjrlna; aymptoma of belching, drowalneaa aftar etlna haadachea and general laaeltude. Frequently there la difficulty of digesting even light food. Much menial trouble eniuea, aa It la hard to nnd a aultable remedy. Plrat or all the advice may be given that elderly people should not uae salts, cathartic pills or powders, waters or any of the more violent purgatives. What they need, women as welt as men. Is a mild laxative tonic, one that la pleasant to take and yet acts without griping. The remedy that fills all these re qulrements, and haa In addition toalo "2, a i imperils that strengthen the stomach, JIver and bowels, is Dr. Caldwell'a Hyrua repsln, which thousands of elderly people use, to the exclusion of all other remedies. Trustworthy people like A. H. Tlgrett, Osklswn Farm, Newhesn, Tnn, and Mrs. I.lnle H. Brooks, Varlft Ky., say they take It at regular Intervals and In that way not only maintain general good health, but that they have not In years felt aa good aa they do now. Tou will do well to alwaya have a bottle of It In the houae. It la good for all the family. Anrona wishing to maka a trial of thla remedy before buying it In tha regular way of a druggist at fifty rent or ona dollar a large bottle (family else) can have a sample bottle sent to tns home free of charge by simply addressing Dr. YV. II. Caldwell, 40S Washington Rt., Monticello, III. Tour nam and add rasa on a postal card will do. Aluy, 1012 term, in above Mylrd action, the undersigned Commissioner will on MONDAY. SKPT. l, 1012 P. M., ZEM0 FOR YOUR SKIN Eczema, Plmoles. Rash and all Skin Afflictions Quickly Healed No mntter what tho trouble, eczema chnfins pimples Halt rheum, Z"liin inslnntly ntnju rriliitinn, Tho cure comes quick. JSiuk right in, leaving no trace. Zenio is a vanishing lintiid. Your Bkin fairly revels with delight tha moment Zcmo is applied. Greatest thing, on earth for dandruff. a, Tho wonderful way in which rashes, pimples, dandruff, tetter quickly heals by the magia touck of Zcmo is marvelous. Zemo is sold everywhere, by leading druggists and iu Stanford by G. L. Penny, tha druggist. American Realty Co. Are offering splendid Hargains in Our Stock and drain Knrms. ALFALFA speciames lintrovcil Farms, also Fruit and Poultry e have the Farms they Farms. all Want, Locution, Near Towns, K. 1). PKNN1NOTON, mitt n.t.i.l V2lii,nt.i ....... lMinr,.i.ta , fifiA 22. 1012. ...... ........ M. C. I C. S. Climate: excellent Water. Send for This sale is made Iu antisfv plainLists, Then See for Yourself. 304-- 0 tiffs judgment for three notes datStudy ltld'b. Muskogee. Okln. ed' June It, 1011. which notc4 the sum of ,llii with rt per COMMISSIONER'S SALE rent interest from date until paid, Nichols nnd Shepard Co., pit IT vs and tho costs of this action subject It. O. Itussell, deft. to following credits $4,800 paid Pursuant to n judgment of the August 8, 1011 und ?20 paid Sept. Lincoln ciicuit court rntidered at its 12 1011. . t'8-.I- (County Court Day) at about U10 at the Court House door in Stanford, Ky., offer for sale to tha h:;hcr.t sr.d best bidder the follor-iti- j described property: one Nichols Company nnd Shepnrd engine power compound traction complete, shop number 0 1187; one Nichols & Shepard Company grain separator with 28 inch cylinder, 40 inch tear complrle, shop No, 1880", belonging; with all nppurteiiances nlo one canvas driving belt, 1 10 feet long and 0 inches wide, one set hand feed parts, one Itussell saw mill with saw and all belts, tools and llxtinea. to sume. Said sale will be made on credit of 00 dnys and purchaser to execute bond with approved personal surety for purchase price, payable to Commissioner, nnd hearing interest nt rate of (1 ht cent er annum from data of sale until paid, and same to hato force nml effect of judgment. Aug. BIe Grass Farm atPrivateSaile fin ni'i.oiint of inv health. I have decided to quit farnng, and will of-lfor sale, privately one of the verv best blue grass lnnns in Lin coln county, Ky. This farm ,on- tams 2U0 ucies by survey, lae sumo is under high btate of cultivation nt present und fine stock farm. Kverv ncie ot tins lurtn is susceptible of cultivation. Located one mile north ot .McKinney; 4 miles east of Hustonville, nnd 7 miles from Stanford, fronts on good turnpike road, and one miles iw.rlli nf (Jiiiwri X-- Cri'sciMlt railway depot, good shipping point, fine schools und churches and splendid neighborhood. The dwelling contains 12 rooms and would accommodate two families if ilniin.il. Niinm ! ill irood retinir. Two hi rue tobacco barns with 10 m-niuK'il v I'lii'li: two lur'-- stock bams and all other necessiirv out buildings. All under good fencing and well supplied with water. This laud will grow as much, if not more, hemp, wheat und tobacco than any farm in Lincoln county. A look at this furm will convince any one of the truth of the above Any f minor informastatements. tion desired write to mo ut McKinney or call by teephone McKinney, Ky. Samuel M. Owens. GtMFp er r p TROTTING PROGRAM The- -- Factories have prices are reduced. We can give you low prices on Furniture that will induce you to buy. Come to see us. FURNITURE and Wayne County Fair Association Monticello, Kentucky W.A.Tribble & September 10, 11, 12 and 13, 1912 First Day 2:35 aaaaaaaaaaPWVl GOD'S HERBS & ROOTS aHaaaaaaaaaaal Trtt'tr $51 pace, mlfe heats best 2 In 3 to 1st: $3t to 2d; $21 to 3d. $10000 .SaafaaBBBBBBBBW J Second Day Free for ah, trot or pace, mile heats, best 3 in 5 $75 to 1st, $45 to 2d, $3f to 3d. $150X10 MKlMaiJBiJJJJJJJJJJJJJEB r':lWWMM'' "'''m OWBJjjjjj-- i Pump 11 N" moke BoMomEjecaioa empty sheik are thrown downward and gates must go the suae way. too injuring uninterrupted tight rapid pointing always. perfectly balanced a atraight Solid Bfeecli Harnmerle atroag iweep of beauty from stock to muzzle. accidental discharge impossible. Three Safety Device a quarter turn of the barrel does it Staple Take-Dow- n carryiag. cleaning, interchange of bands made easy your Sogers are your only tools. a foe teas or UaM wark tha luteal Bitsril Bolster. Yow ssalsr ass ou. Look It otcr today WKStMS I I Third Day 2:25 Tret or pace, mile heats best 2 In 3 $75 to 1st: $45 to 2d; $30 to 3d. mile dash Thoreuohbred novelty race, I $25 to winner at each Quarter. -2 Cure Diseases The Bible says so, & it is being proven every day by the Cow Boy Herbalist y $150X10 $150.00 CHARUE WHITEM00N, I7M-S- 1 SolidBreech,Hammerles5. Safe. W. Broa4ivay, LmUsvlUe, Ky. f Fourth Day Free for all. tret or pace, mile heats, best 3 In 5 $180 to 1st: $M to 2d: $40 to 3d. RULES OF 1911 $200.00 TO GOVERN Remember the Dates, Sept 1013. Remember the Place, Moaticello. Remember the Event, Wayne Co. Fair BjgaijH MlliNinr Metallic UartrMge Jo. S ateamlnitoB Arras-Ualo- a N.wtmCii inquiry promptly answered. COSUCHL'SAH it the name of my great TONIC, eomfosed of id Roali & Herbt, makes 3 full quarts of medicine, lasts about 3 months, casts onlv one dollar. & is LEGALLY GUARANTEED is sold BY ALL DRUGGISTS & DEALto satisfy THE PURCHASER or money refunded. ERS 'IN MEDICINE fur the nerves, stomach, liver, kidneys, bowels, bladder & blood. A household remedv your druggist hasn't yot it or won't get it, I WILL FILL excellent. Ask for most if POSTAGE PAID. SCIENCE SOPE is made of PURE VEGETAMM OILS FOR HUMAN CHARLIE WHITE-MOON'SKIN ONLY, timrnnteed to satisfy or money refunded. 10c or J bvt tie at all dealers, Retail, viho art supplied thru all wholesale dealers. BODY-BUILDECOM-CEL-SA- R COM-CEL-SAYOUR-ORDERS Deep down In ever? human heart Ilea a NATURAL desire for NATURE'S raedtclnet. Roots A Herb. Too lone have the secrete o( nature been neglected, too long have people disregarded Qod's promisee. ifeaV rn doctors think only of "operatlona" & atrong drugs, while human Buffering ft deaths from disease rapidly every year. Health la natural, disease unnatural. My yeara ot experience aa a Cow-boft among the Indians give me a peculiar tnesa ft knowledge ot the powera of Roots ft Herbs as medicines, my remedies have cured ft are curing Mood Poison, Lung Trouble, Kidney, Bladder, Liver, Female ft Skia diseases, Rheumatiim, Dropsy, Catarrh, Nervous & Stomach Troubles that were pronounced Incurable by the beat doctors. I want to l'ROVK thla to tho oriel & to any one asking, I will mall the greatest book of Ita IIURUAUST," absolutely frco. If you arc sot enjoytns ALL kind ever published, entitled THE COW-UOtho blessings of perfect health, your duty demands that you INVUST1UATE MY CLAIMS. All letters of Vf A'.- - :. i. riTit- - mil