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Interior journal (Stanford, Ky. : 1912): September 10, 1912 Interior journal (Stanford, Ky. : 1912) 300dpi TIFF G4 page images Shelton M. Saufley Stanford, KY 1912 int1912091001_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 10, 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. I J 4 . cMcvLATiM-- mit CMMTRY NEWSPAPER III THE STATE OF KENTUCKY FOUNDKD 18G0. int. lhtomi wr im mi ) J NO. r:i The Interior Journal. STANFORD. LINCOLN ' I Wateh the fete m awl Renew Prowttly. ywr fM 63d YEAIL COUNTY, KENTUCKY. TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 10, 1012. BEAZLEY-PHILLIPS TUESDAYS AND FRID1T1. i NEW METHODIST PASTOR Farmer's Heel Badly Hurt SCHOOL OPENS G00CH JARB0E. conference which has Iicpii in session tit Danville. Rev. Dickey linn been in charge nt the church here for threu yearn, mill has a large number of friends who will regret to sco him Mi. vttll Iu kiii'fiiiliil im. ........... hero Iiv "" llev. S. H, Greer. The ussigumellt or. the pastors Mr tin- -, Known us iilie Dnnville disliirl. arc im lollows: W. K. Arnold, Picsiding Ehlcr. E. II. IVnrce IlurKin Hurnsidc, J. W. Gardiner Corhin, W. S. VnmleriooI. Dnuvilie, V. O. Siidlrt. East lleriistutlt Mission, E. M. Armitugc. East 1'iilnski Mission, t.) he supplied by J. C. VnnArsdiile. Huriodsburg. F. T. Mclntyre. Lancaster it.. S. II. I'olitt. Loudon, V. S. Grinstend. Mnekville. et., K. D. Pnlmeter. ' McCrcnry .Mission, J. A. Sawyer. Middleshoro, II. F. I'linthain. Morclnnd, ct., Eium Winggoiier. JVI t. Zion, et.. J. V. Carter. IVrryvillr, W. K. MeClnre. l'incville, iitul Itarbonrville Mission, W. D. (libbs. l'reaehersville Mission, J. K. Hob. J. Carter Hays, one of thu best ASSIGNED TO STANFORD. Primary Grades are Delayed known fanners in thu East End of But By Work en Building Conference in Session at Danville this county, had the heel of hi left foot badly injured, and thu Jtefore u Inrge crowd of fiieuds Announces Preachers' As. torn, by Kettinj,' the foot mill Graded the sionment fer the Year caught in u sell.' dumping hay rake nil pad oils,School Stanford Monday High opened ii YWfk. Ilnd it not been Unit h" hint moriiiug at 8:15 in the iiinlitoiiiiiM oC d woro an extra heavy blue, thu heel Considerable surpri-- e was the high school building on Danville here when it wiih learned that would have been badly crushed. As u venue, llev. D. M. Wulker nssist- it wan ho was compelled to use crut- cd by llev. 1'. L. Drown conducted J. J. Dickey linil been transferred to ches for sccrul days, and wan still another pastorate liy the Methodist mighty lame when hu came to town the devotional exercises which were Jij;ii-inent- N Popular Youna Couple Marriied in Somerset .McKinney, Ky. Sept. 0. The marriage of Mi.ss Bessie Jar- boo and J, T. (looch, was nuitu u to their many friemls. They went down to Somerset to attend the lair and while there decided to get married, Miss Jarbou is the only daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. O. Jar- hou and is u very pouhir young lady ami has u wide circle of friends who wish for her a long and happy mar- ried life. ,), T. is the ony sou of Mr. and Mrs. Tom (looch, of near town, and - n i..ry jirr.iiiineiil. fanner. After the young couple return home they will he ocated on a farm near town. Itiitli have a large number of friends and who extend congratulations sunshine. Mis J. W. Cocking and daughter, Marj.rrie, me on thu sick list this occiin-iocn- .Monday niormnj;. D. C. Edwards' Son Drowns '. ITt. Crutchfield. Richmond. (I. Somerset, ('. K. Dickc. .Stanford. S. II. (Irver. Straight Creek Mission, to be sup. plied by (leo. A. Young. .1. V. Oil-b- e West Pulaski Mi-i- on, rt. Wilinore et., W. I,. Clnrk. president Asbury College, II. C Morrison. e. 'Field Editor Central (Ireen V. Todd. llev. Dickey is transferred to Worthville, in the Frankfort district, the town belli;; located in Carroll count V. Mcthodi-t-Advocnt- Standing in the Richardson Store's Diamond Ring Contest Following is the standing of the contestants in the diamond ring coii-I'n The Richardson Store, Junction City: .Mies Georgia Wells .VG50 Mi-- s II'J.OoO Lucy MeCoid Miss Annie Adkius M.OoO Miss .Mamie .loncs Mi-- -. IlO.tlOO Laura Kelley 850 Miss Ilattie Leigh 34.-15''J, Mi-Mi-- s Alma Co-b- v LaVima Mi (Jraw Miss Susie Roberts Miss Flirra .Minor .Miss Irene l.joiis ., Mi- - l'niiliue Tn.vlor s Miss .Mary I leek Mi-- s Doliabelle West .... lil.-IO- 'J 1.000 UO.'JOO lO.H.IO 10,100 17,S.iO 17,000 1 7,.".")0 Mis, EIhc Alstott .Mi-- s ( lirisliue Nnsku M- i- (Iracc Jet fries Miss Anah I'riull Miss Alice Durham Mis, Itlauch Dunn Miss s 10,150 17,000 1 I.OoO M.OoO 1 I.IloO Mnrv Clink-o- n Miss Grace Luwson Itcs-i- e Mi-- s Wright Mi-- 14.000 i;i.!."i0 FJ.000 11.000 10,400 10,100 10,000 10,000 10,000 It. lf0 Dora McAnelv Miss l.ula Sewcll s Jo-i- Elizabeth Carter Walker e Mi-- s Fichu Scltsiuau .Miss Clara Maitiu Wi will five a nice silk umbrella to the gill "''() iolls the greatest number of votes bv Oct. ."i, 101'J. THE RICHARDSON' STORK Mi-- Miss nrc Wall street gambit r in New Y.tik uow helling 4 to 1 that Wilson wilt be the next iresideut. Electric Lights Kept His Chickens Awake Oklahoma City, Sept. 0. John living at Twenty-fift- h iihe.rwin! Sheet and Shnrlel avenue, has asked the city commissioners to have the street lights turned oil' lit midnight for a rather uueommoii tea- "1 want the lights turned utt", Wis chickens pi out under the ln elect lie lijiht ut the coiner utiil that arc. aton the uiasshopNrs tracted by the bit; lamp that xwiitvs thu hired, ocr the middle ofattempts to lie drive has made icpeated them back to roost, but they cannot be induced to leave the feast. icuiaiii "Sometimes the chicken up all iiiulit,' said Slicrwin ''and K" Imck to roost about daylight. They are drowsy all day and the hens do not lay." Sherwiu blames a dissipated old rooster for the demoralization of his flock, lie cn.vx the rooster was mil late one night and discovered the lie gallantly culled irrabsboppers. the hens and they left the roost to answer. Since then tint hens have waited each niuht for the liht to be turned on and the feast it brins Ihem. l'c-ist nid lie, "so my chickens can net .some xleep." Sherwi!i declare that every niht boil Seth Edwtuds, the of fonner CoiiKressinan and Mrs. into Don C. Edwards, u Lvud! mi old open well nt Lily, in Laurel county, at 0 o'clock Satuiday een-i- n more. New barns for horses huvc been j" and was drowned. Mrs. Edwards mid In r two little ho.V8 had koiic to built, u steam heating plant installed . S. IIoiIkc visrt her father, concrete walks laid and drinking fountains will he installed, witli no Whitley County Beats Pine Knot increase in taxation. He said that u Whitley City will he the county prominent traeliug man said, that week. to her ot the new county of MeCreary. only two cityiischools in this section '. Jhs....Nettie White returned ......! . .. .. ...:...... :.. r cic iieiiiieiuij inuiiiiuiirii i in uoiuc in i.e.im;ioo, liner sctvim held oters At thu election of the Saturday to determine the county em Kentucky and other portions of days vi-- it with her grandfather, Mr. the state and they arc Stanfoid Heuheii Williams. .scat. II! out oL l.r piccincts of the I Somer.-e- t. Urothcr Gnbbeil filled his regulnr county jinvc Whitley City a niajori-l- y ami Miss lluth Darnell, of Carlisle is appointment here at the Christum 1IIC over Fine Knot, the other of grade teacher and nil church on Sunday morning und coiitvotiiu; city. Two titlicr pi edicts the new fitth have grades the same teachers night. are jet to lie heard from and they other Inst year. The Graded School will have u box will likely increase the lead by SO as The thiid grade will be taught ur supper nt the school house on next more votes. the chanel of the IliL'll school build- -' Knliinluv nmlit nil tlii "iris ore re- ' nig temporarily. The primary, first quoted to conic and bring a box the Killed a Large Crane nuil second grades hne not yet as- - proceeds to ra for n library for the J. L. Ilcncley killed a Inrse crane semliieil, lint tuey open witli -- clionl. at his place on Danville pike Sat- uboiit 115 in attendance. The en- urday mormiif;. Thu bird measured rollinent of the first day without) Hustonville. from the tips of its wings, 0 feet these three grades .Monday wa- - 1104 Miss Larrv M. Alcorn has return and ;l inches, and from the end of its so tJte enrollment nf the entire school ed to Chicago, wlieie she will ngiiiii beak to the end of its leet 5 feet will be considerably over .100. teach. and 'J inches and was said to have Work is being on the pri- -' The high schot opened Monday of the innry rooms in the old college build- - witb one hundred mid forty one tillbeen the finest hpecimeu crane family that had cer been ing but it will be n week or so yet pil- -. We are justly proud of our slaughtered by a local nimrod. beloie they nrc icady for occupancy school, and a more competent fncul mid the primary work opened tv can't be found. If they can, trot White-Moo- n Dead Charley 'cm out we wnnt them. the jjicat Charlie White-MooCAMILLUS CHATHAM Mrs. Hubert McKcehnie. Mies Cowboy llerbali-- t, of Louisville, who Hose McCormnck nnd Margaret his Indian Succeeds B. S. Jackson made a fortune out of as Tele - nnd Mr. Hugh Sundidge attended leiuedies, fell down stairs nt Ins I the Somerset fair Friday, ohone Manaaer Here, home, Saturday morning, struck bis her JIls Hettie Hoytl i head on u door corner mid died alIt. S. .lack-owho succeeded II.! friends nt Somerset. instantly. Hu was ery popu-!- r C. Wray as local manager of the most Mr. I In nl v Itolion, of llnrrods- mid wherever Cumberland in Telephone (.V,!!iM,nyJ burir. was here for n short time known, and was one of the jncatc.-- t has been transferred to Memphis. Tuesday. edvertisers seen in Kentucky m re- Tcuu., mid Camillas Chatham, of Mr. John H. Hiiffc enptured a cent years. Four or lie yeurB iiko Hnrrod-burhas been placed in large tarantula that wn" living in n he was selling medicine from a charge of the company's office here. a stalk of bananas. wagon on street corners, but it is Mr. Chatham is an experienced teleMi-- s Clara Cooper was the guest that he died worth half a phone man, but for the past three of Mi-- s Edna Cnmnitz Wednesday. Jotu-umillion dollars. The Interior Mr. and Mrs. Howard Cnmnitr. cni- - has been engaged in the hotel was the first country newapuiter at Clearwater, Florida. Ho land handsome sou. came down from that he advertised in, is well known in this section, mid Pittsburg for one dny and night ln- -t in the slate but all of them lime been currying will be cien a coidinl welcome here. week. his mutter for some time. Mr. und Mrs. Jack-o- n have-- made of Peyton's Mr., Frank Dobbitt many friends durini; their stay in Well has been bere for n few days. McKinney who will regret to see Stanford, Miss Price, of Lexington, is the il, Miss Zoe Duller, Miss Mnrv I hem lenve. attractive aue- -l of her brother, Mr. -, Miss Ml-- s Isiibclle ite.MloldHen Price. Alice Hooch, Mi es Heck, Mrs. It. New Picture Show to Ooen Mr. nnd Mrs. Heecher Adnm. of II. Metcalfe and several others atfor n L. L. Sunders, the Crab Danville, were bere Thur-da- v fair. tended the Somerset the few hours with relatives. Diehard merchant, has lea-e- d All the jteople of the community Gem Theatre moving Mr. W-- D. Ware and little daughpicture hall, in the McKinney and with hi- - brother A. T. Sanders ter are spending a few dnvs with that are intere-te- d cemetery who have people buried '.mil Mr. C. L. Smith, mi experienced friends at Harrod-bur- g. there, uiu ieiitested to meet nt the man in chaige, will open for biisi-n- e Miss Elizabeth Vermillion, of cemeltf.y on Sept. 14th on Saturday ne.t week They will have n Danville, was the guest of Mr. nnd morning at II o'clock ami bring hoes change of films evciv niht und Mrs. Kolnml hist week. shoels ami mowing blades to work make the poiuilar irice admi ion of Mr. nnd Mrs. If. M. Tate. Misses on the ground- - and clean up the 10 ami 5 cents. Their location is a Ko-- c and Marguerite McCormnck cemetery. This cemetery - in had splendid one and with the high class and Clinton n attended the need- - cleaning up cry condition and entertainments they iropo-- c to fur-ni-- show tit Danville, Friday evening. badly. All aie leoucsted to biiuu Mr. and .Mrs. James Woods mid should prove to be success their dinner. children were guests of lenitives Kuuuim; up nnd down stairs, here Sunday. Mason's Gao Mr. Arthur Spingcus ami sou, of sweeping mid bending over making lles-i- e (iieeli, of Neal's bed- - will not make a woman healthy Miss passed through here SatMi I.i..ie or beautiful. She uiii- -t get out uf urday in their new Heo automobile. Cieek, was Davis lat week. doois, walk a mile or two every day Mrs. T. Carpenter and Miss Mary Miss Mary Iluist wa- - the gue- -t mid take Chambeilaiu's Tablets to Stagg weie in Danville shopping improve her disge-tio- n of Miss Fearl Hooker la- -t week. nnd regulnte Wednesday. Johnson passed her bowels. For sale by G. L. PenMr. Harold Mr. mid Mrs. F. II. Carson attendthrough on his way to Danville Sun- ny. ed the Spriugtield lair lust week, week. day. PUBLIC SALE Misses Xathan Hurst and Fred Mrs. F. F. Sundidge mid daughter relatives and Lena, were, in town Friday. Ilrackctl are friends licit. Misses Minnie Houchiii and l.elia of Land and Personal Property Thacker, of Elixir Springs were Mr. Richard Daugherty. of Neul's Cieek, is visiting relative- - in ltieh-inouAs agent for Jas. L. Kent, we will here Friday afternoon for a short on account of hi.-- ill health, offer time shopphi". Mrs. J .M. Hubble and Mrs. J. S. his Farm and Personal Property for Miss Vidu Weddle, of Somerset, Lamb diove over to Mrs. C. Daugh-ertv- 's sale on the premises on the Lexing- visited Mr. and Mrs. Josiah Bishop Mondav. miles north- lust week. ton pike, about 3 Mr. W. W. Stratton has moved to east of 'Harrod-hur- g Kv., on Miss Huth Tunner, of McKinney, was here lor u short time Saturday. Lancaster. Saturday, Sept. 14. 1912 Mr. Clinton liustin has returned Mr. J. M. Wilson, wife and fam- sale commencing at 10 o'clock A. M. ily have moved to Knox county. The farm contains about 107 from Mt. Vernon on a business trip. Mr. Julian Hiffe came over from Miss Effio Daugherty is still im- acres of rich Hemp. Tobacco, Wheat proving and think she will be able Corn and grass hind, located 'A 2 llurrodsburg Sunday to be with the for school in n few da vs. mile- - from lluirodsbuig, 3 'J from homefolks. .Mr. John Newton left Sunday for Tliero will be n vaid cleaning at llurgiu and about 4 miles from the vm our school Friday afternoon. The Shaker Ferry, thereby giving access " ' "0," w,,ere ' i teacher will over see her pupils, ,.. ii i... i.:.. i:r . iimiiti'ii Minil .sni,-- f lege. nnd Mrs. Dan iiiui'ii-'iiin iiui'r Mr. and help as well. Tnivlor. of ping points. This farm is in the Mason's (lap honor roll- .- Teach- center ot Mercer couutvs IJIuo, Stanford, were here Sunday. Mr. A. II. McKinney is able to Those Glass section and - entirely siir-er Mis Eugenia Hubble. l that have been neither abent nor rounded by as "nod land as the drive about after his illnes- - of several weeks. tardv during second mouth of sellout woi Id a II ord.--. , i Miss Muyme Yancey returned are: Failing. Springs Maqniflcent Never Thoinp-o1. Nullum flrade running Satuiday for another year of school mid near the dwelling, Mmtlui Hurst. Haltie WiUou and brunch in Held in center of the farm work here. Miss Ada Pruilt und Kate Mcl'luro Hni'iisoti Oillilaud. t'liini-- h abundance of running water f Movelmid vveie here Saturday tlvnde --'.Lunette Hurst. for the entile place. The farm bus shopping. Wilson, fleo. (liade .'t, Andrew dwelling, with kitchCol. George I). Wcatherford, Mi-- s Hurst. en nnd porches good cottages in (trade 4.- - Squire Wilson. Chailev yuid Hcedier Newberu last week in i large burns, various out- Cincinnati buying spent goods. Hurke. fall buildings and it splendid dairy, laid Mr. and Mix. Hiissell Drown weie running water with 1) I!, lljibr. Irtmlnr rontrarlnr llflnr ' in concrete HA9 Court. Cnlon. Ill, Ii nnw w.ll passing through. Hue & Curry will here for a few bonis Saturday en route to Liberty. rid t nnntioc fitt btcknd pilnrd ind raw nfukldnrr show the farm to all cornel's. troublt. hi lilt Kobin-o- n und Messrs. George xll- with hridarhri tnd dlur "I ut sale. Sale Terms miuoiinced PIIU lut look V'olry Kldn dirKl'd and begins at 10 o'clock. Green Guy Wulker, of Lancaster, In f'W dtrt I frit much hrtlrr. Hi lit and were here lust week, wcmrit w tarn bark, tad I ttrnth an now all ntrr nr trnnMr and tlad RUE CURRY. writ. I Mr. and Mrs. Hohind siiAiit ats for j. L. Nt-a- l 4 lo nromaaaad VoUr Kldaajr riUa." Tr? Iktm. T. P. Kni'lish, Auct. nWTMMWV Inst week in Dnnville. Bhnr aad Taaarr. l'-- ery appropriate and instructive, Following the rcmniks by llev. Wnl- ker. Frof. J. W. Ireland guve a tulk uloug the lines of improvement made in the school, lie said that there liac been two more teachers added If the fi'.'Mllty Ml"! Ihnl each teacher is getting .10 to $15 per month "i- .. ru-h- ed J n, n. g. al bu-ii- ie Loi-tiun- hu-tli- ug Di-h- Da-ti- h, Elli.-bur- g, d. 2- l-- "' i- n. Kn-lin- both-rrr- d !" Iti.-h- CURTIS COVER PASSES Lancaster. Mrs. Givens Terrill and daughter, AWAY AT CRAB ORCHARD Popular Girl of ffloreland Marries ..Miss Jauie are in Louisville, for u A Man From Pennsylvania visit. Hev. nnd Mrs. It. G. Combs, Lonq a Respected Citizen ef East j of Muysville, have been guests Miss .Myrtle Ilcazley, the jiretty of Mr. and Mrs. J. Parker Gregory. End of Ceunty and Member slaughter of Mr Hoy JJcazluy of Mt. Mrs. Cbnrlcs iiurdetto und daughters Masonic Order. Vernon, was married to Mr. I'hillips, have returned to their home in BrokFennsylMiniii, of Hrndfordaville, en Allow, Okla., nfter a stay with Curtis Gover, one of tho, leadinjf last Friday morning nt the homo of relatives. Mrs. Charles F, Denmnn, her aunt, Mis. James linrkett at of Xicholasville, has been visiting and most respected citizens of' the Murelund, with whom she has alwaj.s her parents Mr. nnd Mrs. Alex vest East End of Lincoln, died ut hid y lived. Iiniiicdiately alter tlie Miss Lilian Cochran leaves next home in Crab Orchard last Friday they left for Somerset where week to matriculnte nt Georgetown night at ten o'clock. Mr. Gover was they will remain a few days before ( allege. Miss Klirabcth Grimes iu his G3d year. For the past year going to l'enusylvauia, wheru they is enjoying n house party at the or so he hud been alaid up witb will make their future home. Miss home of Judge Hudson and wife, of bright' discusc, und his strength had gradually dwindled until the end JlenzLy is u sister to Lawrence Louisville. . A. Lear and .Mrs. Beazley that was on the Titanic. daughter Miss Mnry Lee Lenr hnvc came. Thuv hne many friends who wish !eii recent visitors m ( incinnnli. For years, Mr. Gover had been ' them well throiiuh life. Miss Florence Christopher has re- prominently identified with lue bus- turned from n protracted stny in iuess interests of Crab Orchard, and all who knew him respected his inJunction City. Oklahoma. Miss Kntheriuc Harris, tegrity und unflinching honesty. N'ews leached this place last week of Stanford is visiting her grand of the marriage at the home of thu parents, Judge udn Mrs. E. W. Hnr About thirty years or so ago he bride, Mi-- s Lily Weldou, in Walton, ris. Miss Mnry Walker of Atlanta, moved to this country from Talladega, Ala., locating first nt Juncn of .Mr. Hilly McGruw, the On., is the guest of her cousins, Mrs. son of Cupt. II. D. McGruw to Miss George I). Hobertson and Miss Nancy tion City und afterward ut Stanford Weldou. This young couple has the Wither. Misses Mary und Jennie for u short time und thence to Crab wishes of n multitude of friends in Hnukiii ntiil brother nre in Somerset Orchurd. For many 'years ,he was this nnd surrounding towns. visiting relatives. Miss Pcnrl llcttis engaged in tho hotel and livery business. He was a thrifty business The Junction City High School is in Hardstown visiting her cousin, mail und made money. Mrs. George Mann. Mr. and Mrs. J, opened its doors this Monday mornMr. Gover was twice married, his Hnymond Hnsclden mid Mrs. 11. F. ing for tilt: session of 1012 uud first wifo bearing him ii " 1013. Each teacher was in his or Wnjtcr nre iu Michigan City, Ind, Ada, who beenmo the wifo daughter, her place and the attendance is said visiting Mr. nnd Mrs. Albert Leist, Cnrtcr u well known L. & of John N. conto have come up to the uverage. Mr. Mrs. Hugh Hemphill, of NicholosviHc ductor. His second wife was a Alias . A. Gibson, of Wilmoie, who has charge is the guest of Mr. ond Mrs. Davis und to them two children were ot the schiHil has engaged rooms ut Arnold. born, The Ladies' Missionary Society whom Wallace und Shirley, both of Mr. G. A. Dunn's, while Miss Huchcl live in Crab Orchurd. Mr. Lyons, of Hustonville, will room mid met .Monday afternoon at thu Pres Gover also byterian church and Mrs. C. C, L. Gover, survived b" a brother, W. board with Mr. J. Wulker Iluiley. ut New Dcciitur, Ala., anj Miss Anna Ico West entertained Urown delivered a most interesting other rclutives in the south. talk upon "The Wliite Slave- Truf twelve of her little friends Monday Mr. Gover wus u member of the fie." in honor ot tier seventh birthday. Masonic order, und it was by his Miss Alice Higney entertained Those present were: Misses May brothers of the craft that services McDonald, Laura Shelby, Mildred about 3o of lier gill friends recent were conducted ut the "ruve in the ly and a most eujoyubte time was Sweeney, Carrie Heynolds, Mary spent. Crab Orchard cemetery Sunday afDelicious ices and cuke were ternoon, Eva Catron. Airuspoi-ger- , Evelyn nfter brief religious serllirdie Osborne.1 Sabrinn Needhain. served. vices at the home by Mr. J. C. y. Miss Mattic Hurt, the young, Haggard and Master Darneett Kola Tho pallbearers were: Active daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Salem Kelly. Kefreshmcnts were served W. E. Perkins, George Lyne, the little pnity and ench reported n Hurt, of Buckeye died ut her par Sam Mugce. Dr. M. M. Phillips, J. C. cut's home utter u brief illness. He Builcy folly lime. und Gnrncr Price, Honorary sides her parents 0 sisters und a Judge J. P. Uniley, G. A. Lackey, Mr. and .Mrs. J. Hufus Whitehuuse brother mourn the death of this Col. J. W. Quest, Hon. Harvey Helm, and childieu have moved into their young woman. Col. H. II. Dronnugh, J. F. iloldam, new property, the house belonged to .Mr. 11. M. Grant who holds n fine W. 0. Speed, uii,l W. S. Burch. the heirs of the late Samuel Arm- position in the city of Norfolk, left strong. Friday for Virginia ufter spending Harrodsburq Woman Who Mr. George I). Ilurdettc, of LouisIns vacation m his old home here. ville, visited relatives in this city Killed Husband, is Acquitted The remains of .Mrs. Win. Kohin over Sunday. son u fonner resident of Lancaster, llmrodsburg, Ky., Sept. 0. Mrs. Mr. nnd Mis. S. T. I.ingle motored weie brought here Wednesday foi Dora Husscll wus ucquitted at her to Danville Tliursdu" evening and interment. The deceased was 7l examining trial on the charge of years of un-- and died ufter a linger- kiling her husband. Will A. Kussell. ut tended Methodist conference. Mrs. G. S. Cosby mid Miss Alma ing 'illness of paralysis ut the horn utter one of the most exciting court Cosby are iu Lexington the guests of of her daughter in, Los Angeles, Cal- bearings held iu llurrodsburg for ifornia. An only daughter, Mi-- s Mrs. years. Ilinu Grubbs. When Judge Hughes niilmnnrp.! Mesdamcs J. W. Green, of Lon- Kenneth Postlty survives her. Miss Grace Comlcy is learning to his decision the uuditors at the trial don,' und W. W. Phillips, of Hustontype iu the Jtecord office. showed their approval by st boistetr-ou- s ville, are with their mother, Mrs. setJesse Arnold, of Frankfoit, butt demonstration, which was eheet. Mary E. Uuiiklu. former Lancasteriau and u sou ol ed with difficulty by thu court of- Mr. Fred Fisher is in Louisville Mr. W. A. Arnold, of this city wni licinls. his successfully upon lor apMrs. Husscll iu her evidence madn Hev. V. A. l'enn, of Cynthiaiiu, pendicitis in Lexington. out a ciue of who i'oiinerly was the minister of Quite a number from here uttenn-e- d the Methodist church in thi city, Hingling Hros., il circus in State Bank & Trust Company visited Mr. mid Mrs. S.'T. Lingle Wednesday and reported a In Good Condition Friday, lie had been attending Con- fine time as well as ii large crowd ol ference iu Danville. spectators. Mr Button Funis, State Bank Dr. J. H. Steele, Mr- -. Steele und The Scott Bros., of this county, Examiner, was heie Thursday to Misses .Mary and Ada have returned have purchased the restaurant ol the State Bunk und Trust from llurbourville where they have Messrs. Moore in Nicholiisville, aiic Company. He complimented the been with .Mrs. Flem Sampson. On will run mi estublish-mea- t. at this place. Ho complimented the Satuiday they enjo"-- a picnic givcondition of this popular und grow- en at the Pinnacle Point where three Mr. Lcvri Coclirnn nge 78 years ing institution very highly, finding states meet. -r ami one of the finest educators, who the books uf M. B. Salia in .Miss Lucy uiid Mr. Charles Hank-l- a ever lived iu Lancaster died nt hit perfect balance, lie congratulated have returned from a visit to home iu Kan-City after n gen-cr- the institution on the consistency of friends in Hermitage uud Columbus, decline. its loans, having no past duo uper Teiin. .Misses Delia Tinder nnd Muy etc. Under the management of its Mir. and Mrs. Kill- - Preston and left Saturday to resume their popular Cashier, M. B. Sulm and its children have moved in with her duties as teachers in the Graded efficient corp- - of officers uud dirmother, Mrs. Sabrinn Powell. School in Gteeiisburg for the coming ectors the success of this institution Mr. E. H. Galbreath is in Louisis assiiicd. teim. ville, taking iu the fair mid seeing the sights. Carrier Pigeon Caught Robinson Williams Mr. Will Harris and family have Mr. I). M. Williams, of Casev Henry Cutron, of the Walnut Hat moved into a house belonging to Mr. County, and Miss Evr H.nlii!.mj, ., section, cuught u homing pigeon ou Hartell. Mr. Harris will work on uiiiconi Lounty, obtuined licenses his place Sunday uud brought it to the J. & C. railwuy. here Sept. 5 mid were married at thu 1. J. office. The bird wore a Mr. mid Mro. J. It. Osborne and children have moved from the T. E. the home of .Mr. D. M. Williams the numbered bund uround its leeg with Cosby house into the room- - over slime day. He was '24 yeurs old und the number D HU.'IO printed on it, she 18. They both have many showing that it must be a valuable Gulbieath's store. friends, who extend to them hearty bird. It hud one eye injured, und The Cumberland Grocery Co.. seemed, uuuble to lly ut first but bought u new Ford cur und pre- congratulations. ufter being fed wus teleused. sented it to Mr. W. J. Davis, one of Juies Foflle of the firm's traveling men. Another Insurance Man Hire Mi-- s Cleuta May Jones age 24 Miss Mary Tunis Sweeney hits re A. T. Bromlev und familv. of turned from ii vi-- it to Mr. and Mrs. of Lincoln county and Mr. Jessie f ogle of lusey county were married Bueilll Vistu. Vu.. arrived hern (his G. '.. Fuulconcr in Lexington. .Messrs. Jess riair. James mid ut Mrs. Elizabeth Fogle's Sept. 4. week, to make their home. Mr. h Sheurin, of the Shelby city They nre both very popular iu the Bromley is the father of Mr. Bromvicinity attended the Somerset fair section iji which they live nnd have ley, of the firm of Fish und Bromlev. best wishc of their many friends. He is mi insurance mun himself, und Wednesday and Thursday. will engage principally in the life Mr. Francis M. Powell left Mon day for Lexington, wheie he will insurance business. He will be cor Rockcastle to Vote on Pikes enter State college. Mt. Vernon, Ky., Sept. 1). Itoek- - dially welcomed to Stunford. Captain II. I). McGraw. A'valned castle county will hold u special Jumbo Camp Meeting. employe of the C. S. Hailwny, i. at election Oct. L'lith. bi vote a .fl00,- home for a ten days' vacation. 000 bond issue to build turnpikes. The Jumbo Cuinii Meeting is stint .Mr. Joseph hui her uttended the There ore two pike- - culled for iu ing off nicely. Good crowds and Somerset fair and visited old friend-i- u the notice of election. One to cross fim. Ktii'inikiis. I. pi llifi.t ulm Lnour Pulaski county. the county from noith to south the Lord iu the forgiveiic-- s of their Mr. and .Mrs. Jaine D. Shelby louuectiug with muds from Sojner-s- i' sins, pruy that the l.oid will give us have if turned from a trip to Cincin-nat- i. nnd Richmond the other will u great levival and that many souls (oiineet with Lincoln on the west, will be suved. The meeting will con7J-'Mr. Mason Morris and sons, of probably would I run over the old tinue over, next Sunday. Muskogee. I. T., were recent guests stilt mad, uud connect ut its eastAn .nil, .!.. tlif.t li.ia iiu.nl. of Mrs. John W. Cnskey. The Inst ern end with roads Iu l.auicl. Fine named has been confined to her road building material is ut hand should iu time become popular. That home by illness. along the routes, mid with thu build- such is the case with Chamberlain's by ing of these loads, the best portion Cough Remedy has been utte-te- d If you know of the mil value of of the county wil be more nccossi-hi- iiinnv dealers, uere is one oi mem. Ohio Falls. In.!.. while property values along the If V ir..n,!nr.L-.lChamberlain's Liniment for lame hack soreness of the muscles, sprains and routes will more than double in ten writes, 'Cburaberlaiu's Cough Rem rheumatic pains, you should never yea rs. edy is the best for coumis, coius ... i : ..... i.ji cJl. ii Vam .. wish to be without it. For sale by Let the I. J. priut your sale bills, sale by G. L. Penny. G. L. Penny. A ii ceie-mon- I well-know- -- Me-Clar- oH.-rate- e. tieli-uion- te Cn.-idt- -- a- -- Jo-ep- si v F J. iil e, ..-- ,.: ad LWi .- - A i V ' THE mTEWWW JtUrMAL STAWFOWt, KUTWCKV. TWEMAV. KPTEWH Far Sale I II. 1112 CMHrtry Farm my homo 3 2 mile from he Interior Journal. M. Report of the Condition, of Llncsln Cswrtv SmaH Li TIN another column of this paper I ,i will find the reoort of the Natrttitt iank situated KenSep-temh- er HELTON 1 BAUFLCT. -- PreprlMor A TEAR BTR1CTLT IN ADVANCE ( nt Stnnford, in the State of tucky, nt the close of hustnr, 4, 1012. UJ H Currency to the Comptroller of at made on September 4, 1912. the Lincoln County National Bank nrliHnn of the Knltrti .1 Ik rorttlfitt elt$ mtil Mllir inrd u f.r r,r For For rr r Ftr DEMOCRATIC TICKET WOODKOW WILS0.1. V. ftii TH08. K. MARSHALL Vtntrtit HARVEY HELM E. V. TURTEAR VmUhi A1J J. F. IIOLDAM Virtue Mtgttnlt W. M. FIELDS MtgttrmitU. C. NEWLAND rrttUtni ark Pelltlcal AnnwnceiMnts 1 Early Fall and are getting ready for EARLY FALL TRADE. We want to SHOW YOU NOW and you can buy when you please. Is predicted and we believe it, Tbf nnountfnirnti In thli tolamn are of candidal for office, t. tk. action of No announcement the Democratic primary. will bt made, nnleaa paid tar la advance: Far TtfprmnltXirt. V1HUIL McMULLIN. Tor tUuAl U. 8. BAUUHMAN B. W. GIVENH WSATMEBTORD i. 0. T. 3. HILL County Judtt T. A. RICE M. F. NORTH For JtiUr PETTON PAKRISH OEOKOE DEBORDE DINK FARMER WILLIAM II. HESTER W. A. CARSON abji fr Resources: Loans & Discount ... $348,230 Overdrafts, secured and un- 0,078 vecured I. S. Bonds to secure circu',100,000 lation Other bonds to secure U. S 8,000 Deposits $8,000 Bonds, securities, etc ...2W,flOO Banking house, furniture 0,300 and fixtures Due from National Hunks agents) .. 2,127 (not Due from State and I'rivntc Hanks and Hankers, Tmst Companies, and Savings Hanks 302 Due from approved reserve 7,737 Agents PIipi'La nm other cash items CO Notes of other National 945 Hanks Fractional Paper Currency, 40 Nickels, and Cents Specie $15,009 00 Tes-crv-c 0!) 37 00 00 00 00 about Stanford. Ky., on the Rush Branch pike, and adjoininc the lands of Mr. O. C. (livens nnd Carbon Cover. This place iroutnins ten nnd one-hanrrcs f cood land, well fruited. I'pon it there is a new dwelling house of room, two small halls and porch room, a new eiMern ,two everliistint; springs nnd all nct'enry outhuildinj:. For particulars call uiwn or write to P. jr. McHohcrts, Atty. nt Stanford, Kv. LEWIS JONES. lf x deire to sell privately Shoes! Shoes!! Shoes!!! Prices cut in two. All our low cuts will be sold at cost as long as they' last Respectfully, LOAMS, Crab Orchard, Ky. was set nnd the youngster is resting an easily as possible at the homo his parents .Mr. nnd .Mrs. Geo. II. 35 of Fnrris. 10 0G Arm Broken George Fleece Fnrris, while riding 10 n bicycle, .Monday morning, fell off and broke two bones in his right arm just above the wrist. The lracturc Lepnl-tend- cr , Fur JLutmr BECK M. OWENS R. II. BRONAUOH P. C. SANDIDQE J. B. BOONE W. T. GARNER LAFE MOROAN B. P. L. notes ,. .$9.21 Redemption fund with U. S. Treas (0 per cent cir 5,000 00 culation) TOTAIi Jinine went republican in its election Monday by a slight majority, probably 3,000. 58 Tnft republicans The Roosevelt nnd united on the 6tnto ticket but are split wide open on national issues, and it is stated as 00 certain that Wilson will curry the state in November. 00 The Ladies' Just for the Gentler Sex Timely talk on aeasonable toilet goods ia not amiss. Our stock comprises all the needed U and desired toilet helps the necesssities and the luxuries. Ve sell every known toilet preparation for woman, miss, child, infantpowers, creams, toilet waters, bath goods and sachets. Of perfumes we have a particularly excellent line: all the newest floral odors and combinations, as well as the old favorite real flower odors. For the newest and best of any toilet article or come here first you won't waste time. we fed we have thehtysheatei a Clothes" (this is tie beach if sir toiiess where Uck)--These Our stock of "Adlers College I a mtii lui-it-- i ac am iium iim PROS- 1 1 Liabilities: Capital stock paid in . i" WHAT REPU.UCAN mm " " :: ii w . ,.- rJVbal,b,n8vhe.Je!Ult ST"you I'V.J rU "Adler Clothes" in $15, $20, $25, $30 and $35 quality are simply as good as man can make. :; er distributed at all or not; If matter how distributed or wbetn. . you mean vast enterprise, built nn n ho nrnTill .nnsnfraat under the control of comparm- tlvely imall bodlea of men, who JJZ " . '' '' . . " !! " 100,100 00 Rolrl W. Hrrtrr, Lawrrnrr?IU. Mo, who irtV had bn bott'trrd with kldnff trouhlr for V . two jm mm: "I trlrd dilffr.nl ponses nnu taxes paid . .1,'JJS J Vir.dt of kldntr pllli Lnt withthrro rrlirf. Mr no n4mnat linriVr nnfiic nnr. cr(hlxir told Br to titr Fulrr Kidurr ri!l, ftanding .." ...100,000 00 I took thrr tottlri of thrm, tnd jot ntrr-t'Odran, I Krommrnd Ittn to " t,TlCr td Ttrnrr Nt!"''nl "" C J8 , Ih'c ,0 stat,c Pnvate lUr frr-- r ind ttimt Htm Asrurt 1 00 Mo&tTi of lDtrnM rurfcrlsc to tnatij propr. ?.al.'f ?"? Da,.,kcrs ;: Folrjr'i Honrr and Tar Ompoond ftrra to Individual deposits subject :' and rrlirf. and 1 7,223 9 pronpl tut tht Innamrd and u toothioc Wra to cheCK hralinr lo mtmbrann. M. llrrrthrw, N. tkafrort. Iff, mm: "A Demand certificates of de- few doara r.I-". it i.. t Aid Society of the Baptist church will have an ex$533,253 01 change Nov. 23. They will nlso hove on exchange nnd bazaar Dec. 22, Saturday. 00 100,000 Jl jm I i "" y 1 per-fum- e, '. " '. The Trousers 'TIE ed, so when we sell you we finish these bottoms any way you want them-wi- th regular hem, wide turnup, or cuffs. Look at them, anyway, and if you then want to buy we will not object. all come with the bottoms unfinish- can determine almost at pleasure I! whether there abaU be competl- ; tlon or not. Tb nation aa a sa- .. uon nas grown immensely ncn. ' She Is Justly proud of her Indus- . . tries and of the genius of her ; men of affairs. They can master anything they set their minds to, ; I nnd we have been greatly stlm- ulated under their leadership and , , command. Their laurels are many and very green. We must . , accord them the great honors that are their due, and we must T what they have built up ior us. nut wnnt or tne otner '. '. side of the picture? It Is not easy for us to live as It used to '. be. Our money will not buy as Ptt Postal Savings '.'. ;; .. .. ; deposits J195 37 Hills payable, including certi- ncatcs oi deposit ior money 35,000 00 borrowed 3,151 74 Reserved for taxes of tad 15,000 00 pound rrlirrrd Tolrr'a ofIlonrjarrrrr Tar Comno a at lark of asthma and ! r than a bottlr raaard a Rrfua rurr". rabatlthtoa. Bhuj.ra 195 37 rom-ptl- and Tanner. Masons' Meetina At PENNY'S, The Rexall Store. coln prrrc I '. '. ; '. '. '. ; much, .. " .. .. .. .. .. we can get them, yield us no great comiorc we usee to De better off with less, because a dollar could buy so much more. The majority of us have been lla rtvrwul te flrtfi nnMnlvna B.n- irwtnf. .UwUUU ing poorer, even tnougn our earn- - nigh wages, even when .. .. ;; 1, W. M. Bright, cashier of the above named bank, do solemnly swenr that the above statement is true to the best of my knowledge . ji. cihuui, vusu i. ana Deiiei. Subscribed and sworn to before me this 7th day of September, 1912, A. Carson, Notary Public. Correct Attest : G. W. Carter, J. w. Rochester, J. B Paxton State of ss: A. M, nreti In Lincoln Lodfr No. 60. F laud communication on each ftrrt and third Monday nifhtt of each month, at 7 o'clock la their hall on Main ttrret, Stanford. Kj. Mrm cf Icdrei fraternally Inrltrd to be TOTAL . . . $533,253 61 prcaent. liner C. Carpenter, Secretary. II. Kentucky, county of Lin- tri aVaVallftalMijaSM.s)H((ailaHl Ytur HoMst Nail's Painting Step off and take a look at vstir home. Doesn't it need painting? Now is the time to have it done. Paint before the winter rain and snow begins to fly. Hanrja's Green Seal, the made to wear paints are the right kind to use. Formula with every can. For Sale by G. B. PRUITT. Mere land, Ky., and L. L. SANDERS, Crab Orchard, Ky. EllbankS Eclipse Shoes for Men $3.50 and $4 a pair W. E. PERKINS Crab Orchard, Ky ..... .. .. tnooa M" jiisS Maggie Horton has return ed fr0m a visit to her bister at Chat " " SSLTSSh ", . Wilson's Speech Ac- ceptlng the Democratic Nomina- '. tlon. . nh Woodrow " onr Mmlnn JSthJ.n'T can " nn-F- rom '' '. ' . H. J. McROBERTS Stanford, Kentucky Oco. Uoiioti. E. M. Ware, who has been work- Ind., for about a i ing in lloachdale, ...a. !a tiAKd nn n viit in nts nlil I fountain, has returned home after a . v . iu iii several aays v Mf-,"nd Tn, n:(iv. - f Kin heT M- ..c ,.t from ' T tonnda good, ts good. rr w" (avian.F. Cooper bonKbt a hoc; DEPOSIT BANK OF STANFORD, chartered March 9, 1854. M " It's successor: National lank of Stanford, organized June 2, IS65. Recognized as First National Bank 0CT0IER 3, IM2. This ir.- - tank has boon in successful and uninterrupted far H years, and 1$ worthy of the confidence of ef the uMic. Otw an account wl us today. ier-ath- M Neal's Creek. T The farmers are quite buy tnhneeo ns we are huvinir lovely weather for the business. Mrs. Mary Chandler and little Carroll Morgan, und little Elizabeth from Lexington hove been visiting her sisters, Mrs. James Munday and Mrs. J. J. Delden. of this place, but )iavo now returned to her home. Mr. Will Kirkpatrick has moved from Mr. Smith Baughman's to the IiniPR Well place. Ir. Iirent and Charley Butgc, of Jmliaimpolis, are visiting their rela tives at this place also their sick sister, at Stanford, Mrs. Fanner. Miss Alma Terry and father, Mr. Iko Terry have been visiting Mr. Jack Terry. A good many people from this place have been attending the camp meeting at Jumbo, Ky. cut-ti"- I. T. Wheeldon for $10; also one for 5c per from peto Sin,,eton pound. I. T. Wheeldon sold two hofjs to Kouhfii Horton nt 6 2 cents (Inudo Camden and family have arrived lime from Oklahoma. Mts. Oscar Coffey, of Rockwood, Tenn , is here visiting relatives. T. W. McLaughlin has gone to Michigan, where he will icmain several weeks recuperating from his annual attack of hay fever. Hev. Todd, who hns been assisting in a meeting at Jabez, Kusscll coun-thns returned to his home here, nnd reports six additions to the church by baptism during the meet-i- n 1-v. E. D. Pennington. Cawity Surveyer General Farm Surveying 52.6m : Phone 172, Stanford. Ky. We have just H. B. Northcott Dealer in 2;J rer 1 1 1 1 i Poultry, Eggs, Produce, Salt, Lime & Cement PHONE 153. famous May line. ceived our Fall shoes in Patents, Vicis, Velvets, Gun Metals Etc. We handle the Man-to- n O C O "9 "l f I of meetings at the Baptist church here with twelve additions by c. Rev. Coakloy has closed the series The State Board of Health says there were 60,732 birtis in Kentucky last year as against 30,583 deaths. You will find no better in quality and style at right prices. J f &n V Br i "1 The Farmer's Friends ( ! m) Automobiles We hoTe 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 61, fully equipped, same as new $1,400. Overland, six cylinder, 4Dhorse power fully equipped $650. Stearns, 7 passentrer, new body, new top and windshield, extra i casing $700. Mitchell, Model K 30 horse power, 5 passenger, fullv equipped and new tires in rear $500. Overland, Model 41, 40 horse power, newly painted, new top, with full equipment $600 Hupmobile, delivery truck, 800 lb capacity, just the thing for grocerymen, $500. We are constantly taking Eecond hand enra in trade for new cars. Let us have your wants. Our 1913 lino of new cars will be ready to demonstrate, by August 20tb. Stanford, Ky. Hughes, Martin & Co. Stanford. Ky. J.L.Beazley &Co aaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaH. A t i! ; ii jl Superior and Peoria GrainDrills Call and see the new stock ,. J. C. McClary fin FliiT'-'Wl'l'L'.Ts- Tl f BpM attRaHaU77VjaflaaaaV' :. W.H.Higgins Stanford, Ky. 1 JNO. 0. REID, Sales Agent, CO., FOB THE JUN6CLAS AUTO It Oil LE CINCINNATI, 0. 'Mr THERE IS REAL PAINT UNDERTAKEN AND IMEAUMII and also some stuff mixed with cheapening materials that is not KENTUCKY. Office Prsm 117. Hmm PksfM V. worthy of the name. If yos have Fall and Winter Suitings. had experience with the latter kind Mr new faU and Wloler Sample, ar now Impaction. you don't want another. If you Ttwir foron your market. I Thtj conpria. lb th Mat fan inlt anont haven't take our advice and don't aa to prict wbo bad hit tlolaea aiad to or to fur mraasr. U m$d SURETY BONDS experiment Buy our roal paints drr. Ato ault mad. ready mad. cloth. To bar. then mad. and save yourself 'disappdntmeat r.adr lo cuuur. do.tn'1 coat tar mor. tbaa analitT and lit u eonili mad. b R.M.KIWLAKD rod. Com la and lat at. tak jour (Mat aad money as well. TANFORS), KY. ure--. A. ALLEN. StMf srl, Ky. S. O. MVPLMT, Ik PfmMmI Ttdtr UNDERTAKERS AND EM. BALMERS. ALSO DEAL. ER IN FURNITURE, MAT TIN OS, RUfiS. THEY WILL EXCHANGE FURNITURE FOR ALL KINDS OF STOCK. GIVE THEM A CALL. FRICE !"w FIRE INSURANCE I w T "-- THE INTEBIOr. JSUMtAL, STANFORD. KENTUCrV TUEMAV. tEPTEMEW It. 1112 3 i Sm BMMtt Mimorial Schiol Afctttktftv Me f the VERY IEST SchetU In the ttate. SCHOOL, NORMAL IJHOOL FIVE SCHOOLS IN 0NL.-H- I6H CRANED SCHOOL, SCHOOL OF MUSIC. COMMERCIAL SCHOOL J. C. LEWIS, Principal, LiimIm, Ky. es Mrs. Klizn Jtlain is visiting Tcln-tlPersenal and Social. and friends in Dnnwlle. MihH Mary Cnrtcr loft Sunday for I'rof. J. W. Ireland was in FrankSulphur, Okla., to tench. fort Friday on business. Mr. 1'. M. McKobcrtB wu-- j in Mr. Harry Carter has been ill for Thufbday. several days. II. Shanks is in Columbus, Mr. W. Mr. Claude Hilili was down from (Ju., on buflincss. Londati Wednesday for u few days. Cnrtcr has gono (0 Mr. Cnrl Miss Adelia Kusscll is attending to accept a line poHition schol at Midwnv this year. Minn Knto Amlerson is in Ilich-jion- d Mr. Levi lilam, of Spaincy, Ky. Mr. and Mrs. Price. uniting was here Monday, on business. Mm. Itta Tucker, of Ccdnr Creek, Mr. A. J. Adums nnd Lawyer, II. is the gucut of Mth. Joseph Coffey. Mr. Frank Phillips attended the L. T.unhnson were here Monday. Mrs. L. II. Hilton was the guest circim nt lUehtnontl Inst week. .Miss Annie HeKuinsy "cut to of Mrs. It. II. liaison ut Lancaster 1ondnn Tlmrtulay on n short visit. Monday. Mr. W. G. lloutt, of Morelund, Mr. and Mrs. W. 1'. Kincnid was u caller at the I. J. office Monthe cireus Inst week, nt day. Hcv. A. A. lliggins, of Glnsgow, Mr. Ed Hrtidy wns the guest of Mr. William Wcstcrfjcld nt l'nns, who spent several days here Inst week, returned home Saturday. lunt week. Mrs. L. 11. Hilton and Miss Jane and Miss Etta Coe Mohcr Mr. Friday Gannun spent the day with Mrs. J. It Danville Mueller were in Cass at Krodhead. with relative. Miss Kate Waters has been visitMr. ami Mrs. J. II. Klod and daughter Annie, of Iliistonvillu were ing her aunt, Mrs. Spink at lierc Wednesday. Mi. It. M. Kewhuid spent Sunday Mr. Coe AOimt has rented the Nuiuiellry property on Lancaster in Louisville with hi wife and children, who are visiting in Louisville. btTeet and Hill move to it soon. wns the Miss Gertrude Wilkin-oMiss Jcnnio Duncan has returned Lancaster after a short visit with guest of MisM-- Wilkinson at Lanto hir sister, Mrs. Charlotte Wuiren caster, last wek. Mrs. James Smith wnt the guest Mrs. ". S. Unnstend nnd daughter, Antoinette, of London, ure here of Mrs. E. G. Kicklry at Danville, Whiting her daughters, Mcsdames J. last week. Miss Mary Mcltoberts has Tcturn-r- d It. Ilnrns and J. W. llryant. tu her home nt Danville after a Mrs. Jones and son, of Kansas City, Mo., have leturucd home af- visit to Miss Mary lliggins. Miss Grace Brady is the guest of ter n dc1ightlul visit to her brothMiss Daisy- Veatch at Louisville this er, Mr. YV. 1. 0 rimes and family. Thomas and Clinton eek. Meusrs. Mr. Frunk Spink has returned to Cvlemun have returned home after n visit to their father, Mr. C. It. his home nt Colesbur" after a visit to relntiwr. and friends here. Cok-muut Cary, Ky. Misses Jean I'nxton and Frances Mrs. T. D. lUir.cy and Mr. and Embry were the guests f Miss Mrs. J. V. Williams were in Dun-vil-Friday uttendwg the Confer- Isabel (livens at Danville last week. Mr. Jno. 0. Ileid, representative of ence Miss Linda Miller, who ban been the .Inticclnfc Automobile Co,, was in ut Crab Orchard Springs lor about Louisville Inst - 'i(k. Misses Lucih- nnd Clnra Cooper two months returned to Knoxille have returned to New York, where where she will teach this year. Miki Josephine Carpenter has re- they tnught lat year nnd will nlso turned home utter a visit to her sis- teach this year. Edward. Mary May, and Elizabeth e. f'Hn-t ter, Mrs. Wnlkcr, of Paint Lick, arrived FriMr. Jaises Y. Curry l" returned day to be the guests of Mrs. J. C. to bis home in Louisville, after a Hiivh for a few day:. Mr. and Mrs. It. II. Uatson and pleasant stay with his mother, Mrs. littlu daughter. Cecil, were the guests Arthusii Curry. Lancaster Judge Alcorn and Dr. Alcorn, of of Mr. and Mrs. J. II. Hilton Sun-d- a v. Ilustonville, uttended the burial of Mrs. J. A. King, who hn lived in Mr. Wake Alcorn at Greensburg, Ky this county for several years left Friday. Alcorn, Mimdny for Cincinnati to make her Misses Alice nnd Ko-who are teucJung m Knoxville were future home. Miss Mnrv lliggins hns returned the guests of Mrs. H. D. Carter lost to Itock Hill. S. ('.. where she hns week. Mrs. George Keller, of Orlando, the same position thnt she had last Fla., who luih been visiting her par-tut- s, year. Miss Martha McClarv has reMr. and Mrs. Joe Farris, o Danville, was here last week visiting turned to Edgewood Park, Pa., to Mrs. ltettie Hardin and Mr. George tench. Miss McClnry has nlrcndv (audit there two years nnd this will Karris and familv. Miss Virginia Iloumc, of Lancas- be her third year. Miss Lillian Shugnrs, of ter, who bus been nt the homo of hns returned home after n Mr. nnd Mrs. E. V. Ilourno under charge of vile of Lexington's spe- viit to her brother, Mr. W. K. Shu-gnnnd familv. cialists for medical treatment will Dr. Harry Hircins who hn been return to her home in a wk. here with his parents Mr. and Mrs. W. II. lliggins returned to Richmond Lnn-caster Leb-nnon. Eliza-bcthtow- n. s le Mrs. Albert Itice, f Atlnnta, is the guest of Mr. lye Stone. Mrs. T. V. Jones is visiting her parents at Wulton. has returned Mr. Jnmes Turner home from Hichmund where ho hns been on business. Miss Kiif-nFisher Woods hns returned home from a delightful visit to friends nt Richmond. Shell Oats, of Wayne count" has rented n farm near Dnnvillc nnd will move to it in the near future. Mrs. A. M. Ilunn and son Carl are visiting relatives nnd friends in Louisville nnd attending the fni' .Mr. John M. Wnters left Monday for Georgetown, where ho will enter school for the following veur. Mr. Dnn Trnylor in thu guest of relatives and friends in Louisville for tho fuir. Miss Jennie C. I.awrenec has retained home from n delightful week's visit to her friends, Misses Talitha und Eugenia Bourne. Mrs. J. 11. Woner and little Suruh Ihllill went to Lebanon Junction Saturday to be the guests of Mis. James Mcrdiun. Miss Christine Merritt, of Dnnvillc, is here visiting her aunts, Mrs. W. II. Mueller and Miss Muttie Saeniy and other relatives. Mrs. G. T. Timbcrlnkc und son Carl, of Morelnnd, were in town Snturdny afternoon nnd were pleasant callers ot tins office. Miss Kosii Hall, of Ho" land, has returned home after a visit to hei Mstcr, Mrs. C. A. Martin at Danville. Miss Martha Hommel, of Danville, For Sole. 1.00(1 feet of second A TEXAS WONDER. class buxing, 8, 10 and 12 feet long. The Texas Wtntfer cures kidney Joe Wiclund, Wuynesburg, Ky 73-ami MasWer trSuMeS, removing grav el, cures diabetes, weak and lame k services nt the Presbyterian church m Wednesday evening backs, rheumatism, nnd all irreguSent. 11 th nt 7:M o'clock. Subject larities of the kidneys and bladder "Buying up the Opportunity." A ral- in both men and women. Regulates bladder troubles in hildrcn. If not ly meeting. All come. o!d by your druggist, will be sent Mis 0n Farmer won the dinner by mail on receipt of $1: One small set in Sam Robinson's Pinno Con- bottle is two months' treatment, and test by n small majority last week. seldom fails to perfect a cure. Send for testimonials from Kentucky and Wanted to Rent. Good pinno for Dr. E. W. Hall, 2926 three months. Apply ut this office. other stntcs. Olive street, St. Louis, Mo., Sold by 7.1-Shugnrs and Tanner. Lost. Two calves, weighing about tub rnoaiiESsiVF." party J.'iO pounds apiece; Jersey colored, ! the indirldokt, mn or wom.n, who n,f, one dehorned; brand on right hip of I'nUjr Klrtnrr l'llli (or batktchr, rheumtUim, Uldnry and each. Reward for return to E. T. wok Lack, and nthtrKldnfy l'llli bladder Foley art hfal. p Pence. In, Mttngthrnlnr. Ionic and quirk to Mid-wee7.1-2pro-ilj- ALCORN We have another shipment of Alcorn, Price $2 per 100 lbs while the supply lasts. Do not overlook slopping your hogs on shipstuff. Best and most economical feed to start your feeders on. Price. $20.00 per ton. . '. : beneficial Insure with the leadinq companies. Fish & Bromley represent them. All lines. Wanted. drur'. li;"! yellow In Never re,ulu. Contain Bold Mated package. no harmful in tmlk Put up In two liottlei. The. genuine In Hhugari and Tanner. J. H. Baughman & Co. Phone 11 Stanford. Kentucky. Repoit oi the Condition of The First National Bank Sep-tccb- er '.1 Y ' a"' returned here Monday to accept the same position thnt she hud Inst' year as teacher in the Stanford Graded School. Mr. Willinm McCurty, formerly of this city but now of Dnnvillc, will nttend Stnte University nt Lexington this yenr. He graduated here High in 1012 from the Stnnford School. Mr. John Arnold, of Richmond, was here last week the guest of Mr. It. M. Kewlnnd he was on his way to Hifr MT HM-byvill- Crab Orvliutd Springs to sjwnd several days. Mr. Joseph P. Hnekley. who hns been in the wct for the past month stopped for n few days with his parents .Mr. nnd Mrs. J. T. Hack-leon the way to New York Citv. Mr. George Crow, of Joplin, Mo., i visiting friends in Danville. He has sold his interest, in Joplin nnd may return t Danville to reside. Judce Boyle O. Stone hns located Citv. Danville Advo-'at- e. in Kuiihus y, tative in Stanford and sui rounding nt Stanford in the State 'if Kentcnitoiy, to look after subscrip- tucky, nt the cloc of business, tion renewal", and to extend circu4, 10PJ. lation by special methods which Resources. havo proved unusually successful. Pievious Loans and discounts . . $102,871 54 Sahirj nnd commission. experience desirable but not essen- Overdralts, seemed and un6,818 (S2 secured tial. Whole time or spare time. Addiess, wit hrefcrence, Charles C. U. S. liuiids to secure oO.OOO 00 ciictilatiou hchwer. The Cosmopolitan Group, :il Fourth Avenue, New York City. V. S. Honda to secure deposits 1,000 00 Premiums on I'. S. Bonds ..('00 00 2,315 00 The implicit confidence that many Bonds, securities etc people have in Chnmherlaiii's Colic, Hanking house, fur. und lix. 0,500 00 Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy is Other leal estate owned ...2,441 80 founded oil their experience in the Due from National banks (not reserve agents) ...2,073 SG e of thut lemedy nnd their knowledge of the many remarkable cures Due from State and Private Bunks, Trust Cos. und of colic, diarrhoea and dyscntry thnt Savings bunks 407 30 is hns nffectcd. For sale by G. L. Due from upproved Teserve Pennv. agents 7,094 26 For Sale. Two sows nnd piga. Checks and other cash items 81 50 Notes of other National Mrs. Annie Hackley, Stanford, R-60 00 hanks The W. C. T. 1'. will meet in the Fractional paper currency, 425 90 Nickels und cents the Christinn lecture room of Sept. Specie . . . f 9,927 56 church Tuesday afternoon, Legal-tend10th nt .1 o'clock. 11,167 56 1,240 00 notes The Ladies' Aid Society will meet Redemption fund with U. S. Trcus. (5 per cent, circuin the lecture room of the Christinn 2,500 lation church at 2 o'clock Saturday after noon. Please notice the change TOTAL $286,387 40 from Friday to Saturday. iciiires The Cos!uupdiiiHi group the hervice of a represen- VV .... u-- "LOOK" Fall Is Coming ! and your low shoes are now about worn out. Come in and let us show you the new Tan, Drop Toe, English Last. It will please you. We also have the new Glazed Calf, Patent and Gun Metals. Fall line now complete in lasts and sizes. Come and look 'em over. 2. er Cm or Toixno. I f Lieu Oocvnr. Fiuhk J. Chenet make oaUi that be k, aenlor partner ct the firm c! F. J. Cherit A Co. doing STiTi or Ohio DuMneea . Rich-innn- d, rs NERVOUS DESPONDENT WOMEN Find ReUef in Lydia E. Pink-ham- 's Vegetable Compound Their Own Statement So Testify. Plate. Pa. When I wrote to youtroubled with female weakfint I .nesa and pack acne, land waa so nervous I that I would cry at I the least noise, it I would startle me so. I I began to take Ly- BBA - aflaH Idia E. finknama I remedies, and I don't I have any more cry- 1 Yffjr H"jn I II I ins spells. mv sleepneranund and I vousnesa Is better. I I will recommend medlcinea to all suffering women." -- Mrs. MARY Halstead, Platea, Pa., Box 98. Here Is the report of another genuine case, which itlll further ahowa that Lydia E. Pinkham'a VegeUble Compound may be relied upon. had inflamWalcott, N. Dakota.-- "! mation which caused pain in my side, and my back ached all the time. I waa any one ao blue that I felt like crying if even spoke to me. I took Lydia L. Pinkham'a VegeUble Compound, and I began to gain ngiu away. . iU use and now 1 am a well woman. N. -l- ira. Amelia DAM, Walcott, Vn.. Mnndny. Mrs. .7. C, McClarv nnd Miss .1. Mot-ti- p u -"- V W jov Dakota. It yoa want special adlc ; write to Lj4a K. Viakhaaa Me4ldae Co. (coal; re4 aai aaiwere4 fcy a weWIaaak kM U itrict waJMwwe. McClarv stont the dnv with Mrs nt Gilbert's Creek Snt- ui day. Misses Delin Tinder nnd Mnry Elmore passed through Saturday from Lnncnster on their way to Greens-burKy., wheie thev will tench in the grndul school this venr. Mr. and Mrs. W. I. Williams nnd children, of Tulsa, Okla.. who have been visiting here nnd in Lancaster have returned to their home. Miss Pearl Pettis of Lancaster, passed through here last week on her way to Uardstown to be the guest of Mrs. George Mnnn. Miss Mnry Walker, of Atlanta, (la., who has been visiting friends and relatives at Lancaster, took the train hore Satin day for home. Editor Green Cluy Walker brought her over here. Tho engagement of Mis9 Addie Lunier, the daughter of Mr. ami Mrs. T. S. Lanier, of Danville, to Mr. William Kile, of Berkley, Vn has been announced. The wedding will take place ut the bride's home SepK 12th. Mrs. G. C. Givens has rented her "ottago on Whitley avenue to Mrs. John Hubble and Mrs. Samantha Hubble. Mrs. John Hubble has been living in Itoreman, Okla., for some time, but decided to come back to Stanford to live so she could have thu benefit of school. Mr. J. M. McCnrtv, who has been for some in Danvillo in business time, moved his family there last week. They will be greatly missed here. Mr. W. G. Withers will occu- py tho house vacated by them. Mis-- Virgiuia Mahoney, of Aliens-villwho hns been visiting her grandmother, Mrs. Mary Tenny, left Monday for Georgetown, where she attends; School this year. Miss Mn- bony graduated at Logan College at Stieluyviiio iubi year wnu mjju honors. K. Duck g. J c, Frunk Curdier, formerly master at Rowland, had been laid up for some time, his many friends will regie t to know. He hns not been able to sit up for about three months now. Mr. Cordier will bo Oil years of age this month. Mr. Hojd Weatherford, of Ilustonville, who has been in this city for several months, will leave tonight for Birmingham, AIn., where he will accept a trosjtion. His munv friends in this ci'y regict to see him leave and wish him great success in his new home. Danville Advocate. S. M. Spoonnmore. who hns, been holding a position with the Southern Express Co., for several yenr, hns. oceepted n position as clerk nt Mr. C. P. Cecil's Emporium. Mr. Spoonnmore hns had considerable experience as clerk. Danville Advocate. Mr. Spoonnmore is a Lincoln county young man. Mrs. X. W. Fowle and daughters, Surah Francis nnd Alpha went to Lebanon Junction Monday to spend n, few days with Mr. Fowlc's son at that place. Mr. Fowle went down Wednesday and they all returned Thursday night, after tnking in the big show nt Lebanon. Steven Wutkuis and John Ever-sol- e lett Wednesday to enter State College at Lexington. Mrs. W. S. Gnnsteiul and Miss Antoinette Grin-stea- d have been visiting in Stanford ou their way to attend Conference nt Danville. John 11. Jackson, whose serious illness was reported in last week's Sentinel, is much improved at his home at Wulton, Ky.- - London Sentinel. , .Mr. pu in the City of Toledo. County and State aloreuid. and that laid firm will pay the nm ol ONE HUNimtl, UOLLAKM tor each auu rtrtr emae of Catarrh that cannot be cured by the use ot LULL'a FRANK J CHI-Nr.Sworn to before me and aubarribed In uiy presence, thu Itb cay ol Iwoemticr, A. !.. 1H6. A. W. CLEASOV. i i 1 Catarrh ecu. directly ryitem. Sold Ilalla Catarrh Cure " NOTAST PVLUC. blood ar.d un the tmtlmoniala. mucous free. bend for F. J CHL-VL- Y la taken Internally and irti aurtscra ol the A lake Hall br alla rtruCTUt. amu I CO.. Toledo. O isn m. rwUpaUon, Mrs. John Me Death, accompanied 82 Sanditer and Chas. Mize, motored to Lancaster, Sundav tak5,832 00 ed ing Mrs. Newell, mother of Bourne Bills payable, including cerby way of They returned Newell. tificates of denosit for . Danville, taking dinner with Dan 22,000 00 money borrowed Vandenburg and wife, and from Kcserved tor taxes u Hi Stanford were uecompanicd by Peter daughter, arriving home Straub and .1.286,387 40 TOTAL nt b o'clock Sunday night. SomerState of Kentucky, county of Linset Journal. by Samuel Liabilities Cnnital stock naid in ... $50,000 Surplus fund 20,000 Undivided profits. less expenses and taxes paid ..1,251 Natlutntl batik tiotes out 50,000 standing Due to other .National 240 banks Individual deposit subject to check 123,038 82 Demand certificates of deposit 7,000 00 Postal sovings dc- 130.088 nosits ....50 00 Notes nnd bills lediscount- - 00 00 88 00 CI Sam Robinson Stanford. Kentucky Wanted. The Cosmopolitan group requite the services of a reprctcn-tntiv- e in Lincoln and surrounding territory, to look niter subscription lenevvaU, and to extend circulation by special methods which have provSalary successful. ed unusuaily und commission. Previous cxperi-enc- o desirable but not essential. While time or spare time. Address, with relerence, Chnrles C. Schwer, The Cosmopoitan Group, 3S1 Fourth Avenue, New York City. A WARNING Some TO MANY coln, ss: I. II. C. Baughman, Cashier of the above named bank, do solemnly swear that the above statement is true to the best of my knowledge and belief. II. C. BAUGHMAN. Ch'r me this 7th day of September, 1912. V. M. Bright, Notary Iridic. Correct Attest J. S. Hocker. Win. Beck, S. T. Ilnrris, Directors. Subscribe nnd sworn to before School Opens Monday 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. r. wAiB Last Excursion of The Season. TO-H- IGH BRIDGE, KENTUCKY And Return Sunday September 15th, 1912 Interesting. Facts. Regarding Health Statistics Short Lscal News. The 1. J. prints fine stationery. Why are Sue Bennett Memorial school graduates always successful? Because they acquired character as 60-1well as ability. 6. For Sale Privately. Kara of 165 acres, in high state of cultivation, and well located. Address Lock Box 210, Stanford, Ky. Your city taxes are due please call und settle. Office next door to Tribble's store. B. D. Carter, Col6SMt. lector. For Sale. A desirable residence with store room and all necessary improvements, near depot. Good location. For further particulars bee Hughes & McCnrty, Stanford, ivy. Few, I if any, medicines, have met with the uniform success thnt bus ' uttended tho use of Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy. The rcmarkabl" cures of colic und diarrhoea which it has effected in utmost every neighborhood have ide reputation. For given it a sale by O.- - u-- rency. Few people realize to what extent their health depends upon the condition of the kidneys. The physician in nearly all cases of serious illness, makes a chemical analysis of the patient's urine. He knows that unless the kidneys are doing their work properly, the other organs cannot be brought back to health and strength. When the kidneys are neglected or abused in any way, serious results arc sure to follow. According to heulth statistics, Bright's disease which is really an advanced form of kidney trouble, caused nearly ten deaths in VJIV, in tne thousand state of New York alone. Therefore, it behooves us to pay more attention to the health of these most important organs. An ideal compound that has had remarkable success as a kidncv remedy is Dr. Kilmer's Swnrop-Roo- t the great kidney, liver nnd bladder remedy. Tho mild nnd healing influence of this preparation is soon realized. It stands the highest for its remarkable rccoid of cures. If you feel that vour kidneys re- nuiro attention, and wish a sample bottle, write to Dr. Kilmer & Co.. Bingharaton, N. Y. Mention this paper and thev will glndlv forward it to you absolutely free, by mail. Swamp-Rois sold by every druggists in bottles of two sies 50c and 1. ot 40i RwM Trip Irif m Special train will leave Danville Returning 9:25 A. M. Sept. 15. special train will leave High Bridge 4 :30 P. M. same day. Excursion from Cincinnati, Nicho- lasville, and intermediate points the sumo day Meet your friends at HIGH MIDGE PARK Ideal Picknicking Place on the Beautiful Kentucky River I0ATING SWINGS MUSIC Ask ticket agents for Particulars. W. A. BECKLER. Cen'l Pass'r Aflt. Cincinnati, 0. 4 Hrt wmm n ffjofcgel. TaKfi i rtf 1 A TralBlnc School for Teachers CarM.lM41ifUtWa.aUry laWrroMll. a.4 Llr. HUM tl.r VrJI4 la all rvMIr UirMM. SiwrUi af Ktatacl,, CHINf. hrf.UM. Ta.,iiUit4l4 4w, wwaaaaallraUlaa aaiiaiu a riMIT.narwila.SVa. "-- TU Ttna Jaauri Sl imimi "aumuAun w oWnPivnwanH Cummins Home of H. S. fe Wearen M. All Wool Clothe c .t! i M Stanford, Kentucky ..a M..1.V T.IUM FrM 111, vnllpi4 BrurlM.ara f """"" ?TD.r!Ktla. in .fr-- aw4.l.al. J. a. CHAW. FrwIO.I ': rwart fimfa bt. THE IWTERHW JIURNAU ITANFtWt, KENTUCKY. TUEHAY, ttPTEMIEH II, lllj g. PUILICtALE PUILIC SALE. of Sept. fnnn sell Of childrens 1 if Planning the li ' 15 1,000 to the highest bidder: pound cattle, 3 good milch cows, 4 gooj calves, 50 good sheep, 4 brood sows, 1 sow nnd pigs, 1 pnir work mules, 1 extra buggy mure, 2 carriage, wngons, 1 1 phaeton new, 1 1. II. C. hay baler, 1 binder, 2 mowing mnchiucs, 3 hay rakes, 2 wheat drills, 2 corn planters 1 disc harrow, 2 turning plows new, 1 land roller, 2 cultivators nnd other things too numerous to mention. Terms made .known on day of sale. Sale begins promptly ut 0:30 two-hortwo-seat- I will on the 20th duy 1012 at the Dr. C. Fowler Hue Grass LaMl And Fine Stock. OCT. 2, 1012 WEDNESDAY, A. M. V" :. P. L. BECK Col. J. P. Chandler, And. (7 '''V I w eir : v. I ;vo J fc T ,"i here Mwidav hunting for some feed ing cattle. He bought 10 at from 4 4 to 4 3 cents. M. J. Farris, Jr., of Danville, buiiuht 38 head of cattle m Lnncus ter at $4.25 per hundred. The bunch averaged 000 pounds. M. B. Burton, of Pulaski, drove a bunch of 24 yearling steers up for The whole of their Future is made court Monday and quickly sold them clear when you have the neeesnsry to Van .Meter, of Clerk county at a special account Open .money. 5.40 n. hundred pounds. while they are yet jouug. W. T. ltobinson nnd J. 1L Knox, of to them, us well as to You owe it Boyle, who attended the Springfield jourself, to save. You are responsfair last week, paid the record price ible- they are helpless depending for a jack $1,200. The nuinial is on you. Opon that account this d.iy. said to he one of the finest ever seen in that county. Among the out of town dealers who were here Monday, were Cox & Moore, of Whitley county, who Stanford, Ky. Capital $50,000. Surplus $500 of beeves brought down a car-loa- d J. D. EADS, which iney nau no irouuie in ms W. L. McCARTY, Pros. posing of ut a good price J. S. RICE, V. Pres. V. Pres. Col. 1. M. Dunn nnd Jim Sallee, 5. L SlIN Cashier. S. ALiERT PHILLIPS, presenting the People's Tobacco Warehouse Co., of Danville, were here shaking hands With the grow 'Sale. 15 Common Sense ers .Monday, iney nave enlarged For FARM AND STOCK NEWS repair. T. their wurehou-- e nnd are better able hemp brakes; nil in good 72-- 3 than ever before to take the best J. II. Duughmuu has reserved the A. Nice my place Aug. enro of their patrons. Large sow came to date of Oct. Ud for his Third Annual mules, brood mares 1st. Owner can get same by paying B. D. lloltzelnw bought seven veal Sale, of for this ad nnd her keep. John Pow- calves from John Ifigsby Monday nt and cattle. $12 a head. He will ship them to For Sale. 15,000 tobacco sticks ell, Moreland, Ky., K. F. D. 1. Jerset Cincinnati at once, lie also bought For sale, a three-quartJ. A. Givcns. McKinney, Ky. 04-t- f. For Salt 150 extra nice ewes, cow, fine for milk and butter. A a sinnll herd of 12 shep from Frank just in from the mountains. G7--A. T. stripper now. Come nnd look, Price Smith nt the market tf .")0. Nunnelley. A. O. Faulkner, Highland, Ky. Granville Lutes and Dick Sharp 73-who are buying extensively together, For Sale. Aberdeen Angus cattle both sexes; mules from colts to II. C. Bright, the popular head of secured four hulls from Millard Al'four year olds; thoroughbred bouis the Danville Tobacco Warehouse len, of the West End, which cost It. 11. Crow, Co., was here Monday, raeetiug the them 3 4 cents a pound. They ready for service. Skelby City, Ky, Ky., phone 8 two many Lincoln patrons of his house. weighed about 750 pounds each. Hudson nnd Davis, of Danville, f. As itsunl he will hae a splendid rings, Junction Ex. hemp Estray. Polaiid China sow; re- auctioneer und in splendid shape to have purchased 800 acres of hunut $0.50 per hundred. Four ward for return to JL S. Baughmuu. handle lots of the weed. V. T. King, of Lowell, bought of dred ncres were purchased in Boyle For Sale. Loose hay $13 per ton 2 acres of three hundred in Bourbon and the C. B. Flannerv 177 Moreland, Ky. A W. Carpenter, pike near remainder in Gnrraid and Mercer. Sow and pigs came to my place land on the Itichmond of the East End. J. Carter July 27th. Owner can Ret same by IlyuttsviHe ut $80 per acre. Denny Bros., of Garrard, bought bought a bunch of seven calves from paying for this ad aud their keep. E. V. Carson, Moreland, It. F. D. No. from Jim Wiluiott, of this county, several German farmers m lus sec a mare mule colt Monday, which tion, among them Messrs. Bliss, 3l 1. Bieinich nnd others, nt $15.50 a For Sale. One nice, coming three cost them 'J0. He will put them ou fall S. J. Embry, Jr., purchased 75 rheud. year old, Peucock iilly, beautifll buy with two white feet and star; pood stock ewes from J. C. Fox, of Gar-rai- d glass. J. C. Fox, a leading stockman, of Monday ut $4 a head. Mr. size. Call on or address. Mrs. Sim 8t-Embry will use them to raise mut- Central Kentucky, extending his Owens, Moreland, Ky., business activity into n number of For Sale. Near Stanford, well ton next spring. Prof. L. C. Bosley, of Boyle, counties, has lately returned from improved 200 acre blue "rass farm, good two story house big stock bought six feeding calves heie Mon- Somerset hnviii? shipped 5 car-loaof cattle to the city market barn with silo, .plenty of everlasting day from u Mr. Grigsby. He will averaging 35 head to the car and spring water. For further inforinu-tio- u feed them on his farm. 11. C. Arnold, the local buyer, weighing from 800 to 1,000 pounds. see anil write Adolph VonGrue-nignStanford or Fied VonAlliiiiin, bought a bunch of of 10 calves from He shipped from Lancaster u car of 34 nnd Haul; htrcct, Louisville, Ky. George W. Carter, paying $100 for 2ii head on Thursday and another W. It. Cook dclheied Two fctray mares are in the city them, lb' w.ld five to W. O. Wal- car Friday. (17 head of fctruy pcii. One is a very dark hay ker and (i to Harry Frye, adding to J. C. Fox Friday and the other a bay. Both uro blind iinutlicr to the fie which had come J, 100 pound cuttle ut 7 2 cents a in their right eyes, and each has a from .Mr. (.'utter, getting a profit on pound; Mr. Fox also bought 0 head of cattle liom Jack white left hind foot. Owner can get the piiichase price. E. McC'oimack & Son, of Huston-il1- Buiune ut 4 2 und 5 2 cents and hume by paying for their keep tit 71-- 3 bought a bunch of 14 young 2 head from Wesley Bom ue at 5 and Carter's stable, und this nd. . a. j.eur snipped a Every stock buyer in Lincoln and heiters from O. S. Brown, of the o .J cents. most of amem d nthe surrounding southern pnit of the county, for load of hogs to the city, bujwg 19 porkers from G. II. counties reads the Interior Journal. which they paid 4 2 cents a pound. Swinebroud at 8 cents, 40 You can cover five counties com- They disposed of them to L. A. Hamhogs from W. A. Clark ut pletely by advertising your bale in monds, of Winchester, soon after lit d 7 cents, 42 shouts from it. u profit. the same at 0 cents and 2 In addition to the sale of the farm hogs from W. B. Mason at 8c. and stock, of the late Jas. Robinson A Baruin Ed und N. B. Price sold a parr of on Sept. 12, there, will also be sold , 131 acre.-- of fine blue grass laud, 2- - ear-ol- d mules to James Dulton ut 15 2 shares of stock in the First ex$325. Rational Bank of Stanford. This is cept mile from pike. All in grass 3 porch a splendid farm and the personalty etc., 25 acres. androom cottage, 80x30 tobacco stoek barn consists of extra good stock etc.. Laml Fsr Sale. Everything will be sold, regnrdless Tenant house, new wire fence, all good repair, well fenced buildings in Thiity-fiv- e acres of lund near Mt. of price. Stray sow is at mv place. Owner 50 bearing apples trees, never full- Moriith church ou pike. 1 four-roohouse, barn and all can 'get her by describing and pay- ing water. Prion $07.50 per acre. HUGHES & McCAKTY. 1 t'he room house not finishing for its keep. W. L. Cordier. 73-- 2 ed, water, land fenced fruits of ull kinds. Call on or address JACK P. MILLS, Stanford, Ky. It. D. 3. H W. C. Shanks will sell 50 hend of brood males and Jerseys. mules, 73-Oct. 1. 1012. S. C. White, of Moreland, was education is easy when youve a banK account 1-- 1-- STATE BANK & TRUST CO., w. . i. hor. NV.r IIusIoiimIIc. Hnving decided to change my location, 1 will offer for sale nt public outcry on the- nbovo date nnd place the following: 57 ncre.s of splendid land, nil virgin soil, known as the old Fail Ground Land, under good fence. A splendid Mock of good, with a good business nnd line .stand. at KiddV Store, Ky., will invoice $3,500 to $1,000. (l.)lddust stallion, One well broken, Hi hands, sound and good breeder, 1 fine mule jack, 8 ycais old, 4 extra broodmares, nil in foal, colts by side one of them Preston inure, good a show uuiimil, 2 splendid Golddut colts, 2 mule colts, 2 marcs, well broke to sleam iind'mtto, in foal to good jack, one a good saddle mare, 1 yearling Goldilust filly, 1 Oolddust filly, 1 nice coming Shetland Pony, well broke. All of this stock sound, cows, extra good. 2 good 4 year-ol- d Lot of hogs. 1 surrey with pole nnd shafts, 1 too buggy, 2 niuabouts, I Frarier e wagon, 1 cart, 1 Brown Studcbnker wagon, with bed nnd seat, 1 double horse sled, set double harness in good condition, 1 set pony harness 1 set heavy brake harness 1 t light buggv harness, 2 saddles anil bridles, 1 pnir plat form scales, 2,000 feet oak fencing lumber, lot of locust posts, one-haiuterest in 0 ncres of good tobacco, one-hainterest in 35 acres growing corn, about 450 shocks of fod- ,er, 10,000 hickory tobacco sticks. otner nriicies too numerous io name Terms easy and made known ou day of sale. Sale hour 10 a. in., sharp. 11. W. LEIGH, Hustoni1lc, Ky. Col. T. 1). Kngish. Auct. P. S. Those who may want to bid on stock of goods, will please call and inspect them before sale. ld two-lior1 lf lf grurc cently cut and sold to H. II. Singleton, the saw mill man, of Waynes-bur$210 worth of poplar timber off his place. He still has nbout thai nuirli Mt which he will cut soon Tom Duddernr sold a big red bull to T. W. Jones Monday for which he got 4 1 cents a uoiind. The bovine neighed 780 pounds. J. A. Uolnnsnit got two mule colts from Mr. Martin Monday for which he paid $175. Will Dunn, of Crab Orchard, sold to J. II. Woods a mine mule colt Monday for $85. Joe II. Murphy bought a nice brood mines to add to his herd from Walter .Martin, ofTurnersw1le, for which he paid $115. K. J. Smith, of the Hiatt section, of llockciistle, was here Monday and sold to Bnllutd & Thompson u herd of 11 cahes at $20 u head. W. T. Tucker, out on the Somerset pike, sold to J. D. Wliitehouse, this side of Dam ille, 50 plain feeders to go the 20th of this month. He got :i nickel a puuml for them. Thompson & Ballard bought of Jones Monday a hunch of Cicss 11 cuhes ut $23 a head. They soon turned them ucr to John Adams, of Garrard, at u profit. A. L, Itnukiu sold Monday 'n D. P. Itnukin, of the Maicellus sectiuo, a drove of 15 feeding cattle at G cents a pound. They will weigh viver 1,000 pounds und will make heavy exporters. A. J. (looch, of this county, delivered to Cicsg - Jones, Moudav u bunch of 58 steers at a nickel u pound. They averaged ubout 000 pounds. Fox Dudileuir, the popular (. & X. engineer, bought a small hunch of live short yearlings Monday from Kogers, of Kockcastle, which cost him $25 a head. Mr. Duddernr will them. PREVENT CHOLERA Every year thousands upon thousands of farmers lose their hogs with" cholera. You can save your hogs from this dread disease if you will begin at once and give them BOURBON HOG CHOLERA REMEDY Use it in the food and drink and your hogs will never have the cholera. Don't wait until they get sick. Begin giving your hogs this medicine now. It is the only remedy in the world sold under a Guarantee Bond to prevent and cure hog cholera. fT'SSSBB? jrT. SJL HERE'S THE HOG BOURBON REMEDY CO., READ THIS LETTER Ltiington, Kjr. "Enclcmd find photo ol a hog that wticurrd o( cholera with your Ilourbon Hof Choltra KcmeUy. The ho wai atmo dtid btfore tiling ihn medicine and then wai entirely cured except the lott ol eart, tall, etc. The hog ii owned by Mr. Skile Ewing, Bowling Green, Ky. He will b glad to gie you a testimonial and we can gel aertral more il you want them," JENKINSSUBLETT DRUG CO., Bovfing Greta, Ky. 1 Vv. GUARANTEED 73-- er 4. 3-- CU-t- 1-- Hu. p. ds n, 050-pou- e, 250-pou- The biggest bunch of cattle on the local market this season was here .Monday, September court day, nt Xtonnelley's stock pens. The esti- juute.s ou the number here ran trom 1,500 to 2,000. Many of them were driven homo un.M beci.i-- o of tlio high prices demanded by theis owners. Trading was verv brisk all day, however, and iiceiisionnlly the top price of 0 cents was reached, though most of the selling was douu from 4 4 cents up, depending upon the nunlity and weight of the offerings, Sexeral nice bunches did not change hands because their owners demanded a higher figuie than 5 4 cents n pound. There were ipiite a number of buyers heie after mule colts, nod thev ran in price from $70 up to figure $115, which wns the top paid. Jim Woods took u mine and mare mule colt to the Paris fair last week and got third money in the big $100 stake with the youngster. There were in the ring, and Mr. 17 entries Woods' entrv got one vote for second. Considering the hie field that he went ngniiist nnd the fact Hint practically evcrv colt entered was a blue tie winner nt snuie other fair, gMd. his showing was He got second monev on the mare and mule colt ring. Daie. Dick Scudder hnd Ladr and nlsn another mine and nu All Peavine youngster nt the same fair nnd took first monev with the lnttc colt over Bohemian Art. the fillv nut out Ladv Dare and bv Bohemian 3-3-- It. E. Guiiies, of the Crub Orchard iike, will deliver his cattle to Phelps Cobb, of Bo.vle on the 5th of October I hero uro .! head to go, and thev were sold some time buck at $1.03 4 a hundred. Pope nnd Gosm-y- , of Guirnrd, vveie here Monday looking for some feeding cattle. They got u bunch of 21 from Itautlnll, of Pulaski, which they will put out to graze. The .voting beeves cost them $14 a heud. Joe PoK, of Garuird, also got from Kandall, a herd of 30 head of curling heifers which cost him $4.10 a hundred. F. U Thompson and J. P. Ballard, the I'leachersVille buyers, went up W London lust week and picked up a load of medium entile at 5 cents a poiiiid. They took them straight to Itichmond1 where they sold them at nu advance of u half cent a pound, not tin;; them a neat profit on the deal. Buyeis for mule colts found them high Monday. E. p. Woods pirked tu a hnlf dorcn or so which he paid about nu nverae of 70. Jake ltobinson bouuht a few. and the llunkiiu as usual, were in the ii.arket for the young hybrids. A. ('.Mill had good luck with his fine White Oipiugton and lthode Island lted chicken ut the Somerset fair lust week. He got three first and two seconds, getting the money in every class in which he showed. The highest price heuid ou Monday for a mule youngster was nid by Win. Xave, of the West End, who bought n suckling mule colt for $135 fnuu Win. Huiison, also of that sec.i tion of the county. She was an well t,.Aj?d uutuin!, huwever, and looks like a show mule right 3---ex-tr- OR M0NEfiiLCK Thlt wonderful remedy it alao guaranteed to pltftnt wormt, thump, acouro mnd all liver diiordert. It regulatea the bowel, atdi digeition and cautet hog rot fatten quickly. Utt it and get your money back il you don't find it the but hog remedy made. COSTS ONLY FIVE CENTS FEI MONTH FOR EACH HOG NOTICEi Tfcla la tka raanady tkay ar all trylarf Io laillaU. lUwarv of Itnllatloaal Ask your clruga'lat for Bout-boHo Cfcolrra a ad accapf noae but HOIlffWOV lai4y now. 100-pou- King. Win. Boone sold to Ballard 100-poun- Thompson, the Preachersville ers, a sinnll bunch of 10 beeves nt 5 2 cents. Thev weighed about 1-- & hav- 1-- 1- -4 m i 73-2- -- SEPTEMBER.I will on PUILIC SALE Tuesday, September 17. 1912. At 10 A. M. offttr for sale my farm containing one bundled and thirty-si- x acies, lying 3 2 miles from Danville, ou the Perryvillo pike, ami known us the Abraham Irvine farm. This laud is in high state of cultivation, 20 to 25 ucies splendid laud, has on it a house, two halls all necessary outbuildings, a bobucco bam that will hold 7 ucies of tobacco, a good tenant house, nu ubunduuee of water, ull fences new; new stock bain; in stock farm fact this is u iirst-clas- s must be seen to be appreciated. This land will be sold for one third cash, balance divided in equul payments, due in one, two nnd three years. For further particuluis or any informaI tion write, or call und see the und"- F. N. firhart. , signed. Capt. T. U. f.ngiisn, Auct. vu-1-co m o. 9, 10, 11, 12, 13, 14, 1912 .AT THE. Kentucky State Fair LIBERAL PREMIUMS OFFERED L .4. Daily Races Free Attractions-Cle- an Midway LIBERATTS BAND 9y School Eacampaatnt REDUCED RAILROAD RATES Tot Infenaatloa. Entry Blank. Catalotfu. Addrra M PAUL JONCS WHtHM J. U. OINT.tlCY. LOUIiVIU.. Ky. . j i pound. They go the latter part of this urolith. 11 is understood that Mr. Lillard was buying them for George Mcltoberts, who will feed them at his handsome farm on the Shelby City pike. J. F. Cook, of Lexington, who gets over here neurly every couit duy, having stoek, picked up 25 cuhes here Monday, which cost him an average of u nickel a ound. He ships them to his big fnim in Fayette. ltun Allen, who bought Hi- - old McKee farm near King's Mountain, is trading extensively in live stock, aud is always in the market for u baigaiu. He is some hustler. Mi. Allen bought 13 head of hogs fnnn Mrs. C. M. Thompson, of King's Mountain, for the lump sum of $00. KleU'li of them V'cie shouts that weighed about 70 pound, und the other two heavv sows. From Ed Adams, he bought seven shouts for $17.50; fiom Till lie it Sims he bought a call" for which he paid $12.50; he got ii cow and calf from Mr. Phelps, of KingV Mountain for $25; Mr. Dennett, of the Duncan section, de livered to him a bunch of nine ewes, fw $27.70; Mr. Allen purchased a dozen ewes from Juke ltobinson. which cost him $3.50 a head ; he sold to Ed Adam, a heifer calf for S12: and delivered to a German farmer r four young heifers Muvwood for which he got $45. Mr. Allen re nJ-a- 000 pound-- '. J. B. Honnker. of the West End. sold to Will Lilian!, of Boyle, 31 d t (5 cents n feeders 050-poun- Koger and Coffey, ol Wayne brought county up mixed u bunch of 37 head for couit day sale, und quickly disponed of them to D. C. fucker, buying for M. J. Farris. f Danville. There were 8 cows in the hunch which the owners got !.;).' a bundled; niuu beifeis which went ut 4 cents a pound and 18 steeis which brought 5 2 cents a pound, and $1 tin the head. W. P. Kiucaid bought for Horace Herndou, of Liiueititer, Monday u nice harness horse from Dr. M. M. Phillips, of this city which cost him $150., .Mr. Herudon will put him to service in his livery stable. A. W. Carpenter has a carriage horse, which took Mr. Herudoii's eve and he offeied the popular West End fanner $185 for him but the owner wauled $15 more, nnd they didn't get together. Will Cordier am! Alfred Pence have formed a partnership to fed u big drove of hogs ou u $500 corn field which they have purchused from Win. West. They have been buying good bunches wherever they could fiad them to suit. They got a drove of 1(1 from Win. Gaines which weighed about 100 pounds apiiVc and cost them 7 cents a pound. They got 10 from Mrs. Edith Wnde, of the Walnut Flat section, which thev bought ut 7 cents .1 pound. From Fox Dudderur thev got 10 at 7 cents, und they will weigh close tti 175 pounds each. Mack III nee delivered a half dozen nt 7 cents; It. ('. Arnold, the well known buyer, sold them a dozen at the same figures and they got three Ironi A. T. Kiinuellev at the same. They ulso got 5 from Will West at the same price aud 8 fiom Tom fr 1- -2 -4 -4 meetug of the Kentucky Growers' Insurance Company nt Lexington, J, K. Baughman, of elected n director. The company is in u flourishing condition, nnd nt this meeting resolved to Pence. At ii enlarge iH field of operations, under Public Sale of Laml authority of a new law- - allowing it do o. Heretofore it has been li AND PERSONALTY limited to ten counties. It will now cocr twciity-st- x counties. Fie adAs executor of Jnmes ltobinson. ditional directors will he added from deceased. ! will sell to the highest ! (ln ?! ! !rrit-rup. and best biddrr nt hU late oined The Lancaster Itccoid published near Hubble in Lincoln count v. Kv.. these Mock Holes of iiiterc.--t heie: on TIIfltSDAY. SEPT. l'J. PJ12 .Mr;-- . Amanda Walton has hought of Victor ltuhle his place, containing The following personal tironertv and The hale will beuin real estate. (!. acres of land, in the Camp ii neighborhood, at ?S."i per acre. iiroiniitly at 10 o'clock A. M. The is cuimio'-eabout -- 6T farm The farm formerly belonged to John ucrvs and U nbout fixef and a half W. l'oor nnd vwis hold last fall for miles fiom Lancaster, kix und a iij per acre. V. A. 1'nce bought lit half mile trom Dunille. and ubout the I'aiut Lick ueighhoiliood time five und a half miles from Stanford, mule colts. The-- e were all by Mr. and is divided into tracts bv the old Price' young nick und were good Danville and Lancaster turnnile '"( acres in one tract, Will Seott hold 'JO head of with nbout 1)5 ones. aud about tn nnoth" fat cattle to Mr. Lillard Price at This is an uuusuallv well watered iiiMHi per cwt. W. S. Kinliry bought farm, the land lwii" iiracticallv levof ltuller Suntou ou last Saturday el aud is all under food fence. The a mare mule colt at ifMI. William farm will be offered in two tracts Koy.stou purchused of Jonathan and then as a whole and the hichest CreCcn a cow und calf for $00, of mill best bul will be accented. This KenTandy Center 'J cows and cuhes for farm is unexcelled i cntrnl and tucky in its fertility, beaut v K. L. Woods a cow and ?100, of convenience. Whnt is known as the cilf for -- .C0, u mule colt of Kd honiH tiaet hns ued almost l'-one of II. L. Cox for Price for 0, for a stock tuna for fiftv-hcc- n t sixtv five acres TlkT.fiU nnd one of Mr. Thomas for earh. in flOO. W. S. Lmbiy of this cninu -- virgin soil in blue crass, with sold io Ison & Spilimun, of Iiiirgm, ojise vi rv fine sugar trees walr.nt usli eight yearling mule.-.- nil good ones ut nud been timber. About s'xtv acres in blue grass about has .sl.'.'j per hend. Mr. Hiuliry hImi vcurs without being nlowcd und fiftv the sold t W. T. Kobuisoii of lKiyle, remainder of the ulnce has been old nunc mule plowed only a fuw times in fiftv tounty u three-yea- r T. P. Durham hold his years. nt The home place is watered bv six farm ou the Lancaster pike two failing snriniM. mules lrom Danville to Mr. John never nond. ii ml, ii htrge two wells, one good cistern. Met iiunell for the record tirices of is a large residence, u cooil There stock 180 per ucie. The land is of the barn, aud u tenant house oji the in Doyle county, the farm is a home olnce. finest TKHMS. One third cash, one large one nud is well improved. thiid in one veur. one third iu two Wat. A Iwtf Jermv hoifar, veiiTs. Notes will be reunired and wakjh About 700 powdn; spike n lieu retained unoii the lund notes huni; oil mark on back. Itewurd bearing interest nt the lute of G ner for return ta Henry Hester. 73-- 1 p. cent from the date of the sale. Anyone desiring to lo"k ut this either J. K. To The Farmers ef Lmteln County farm will call upon l.'obinsoii. nt Lancaster. J. A. ltobinWe will have our annual corn show son. Jr.. John C. Holiinsoii. Dansome time in November aud will offer ville. Kv.. who will tuke pleasure This will be sold some nice premiums ou both white in showing it. without und yellow corn, ho you cun have est and reserve or bvbid to the highbest bidder. Tbi is a rare your eyes turned in that direction. nnnoTtunitv to Mnin one of the Will publish the piemium list soon best farms in the blue ernss of Kenund name the time. With the very tucky. The following is a nart of the best wishes, vour truly, State Hank pcrsonnl uropertv: Twenty six & Trust Co. l.'JOO pound, cattle, ounlitv good, five good milch cows, irrade s, Pesteel Huntlna Forbidden. two good grade he re ford beheifers, one We, whose namea are signed short horn bull, low, positively forbid anv hunting three calves, sixtv stock ewes, one pair of aged work mules, one or fishing upon our premises: mule, one W. V. Semonis. Win. J. Heck, Fred mule, five coining VonQrueiiiguu, O. Uaumann, Chus. mules, all well broken and good T. Willsun, Kd Gooch. one, three mules aud well Jnoken. two brood mures, one At the meeting of Diadem Lodge mare mule colt, nud twentv five Xo. 81, K. of P. W. W. Saunders stock hos. Also about four hun-ed was elected Vice C'lmucellor nnd good bales of Imv. one Vulcan plow, us now. one cutting harrow, John W. Fields was elected K. of It. tine MeConnack binder, good as & H. made vacant by election of W. now. two wugons. tw.) W. SamiHers. ding, harrows, one slide and other funning, iinulnments loo niimerotm to mention, also about 30 acres of American Realty Co. corn. Aie offering splendid lturguins in Dinner served on the grounds. and Uruiu Furms. Stock Our Anv further infoimation cull on hM.'ciultlei Improved ALFALFA AHV- - La"ct,t,r-Mrs- . nlso Fruit und Poultry Kel.tJlkv"WMW, Farms, Furms, Wo have the Farms they SaHle E. RoWtHM. Exs'trx. all Want, Location, Near Towns, Capt. I. M. Dunn Auct. 07-4- t, Good Schools ,und Churches, fine Climute: excellent Water. Seud for ' Adverte your sale is the I. J. Lists, Then See for Yourself. :i04-More furmera read it than any Suiety Bld'b, Muskogee, Oklu. other ojuntry paper in the state. Net-miIk-c, .'i. here-fordld four-vear-o- ld fnur-venr-o- hl ld di two-hor0 ,'Swj, vj