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Journal TUESDAY, I .vi . I Watch the tote m ywr IftM A and Renew Profrif Hy. .. FOUNDED MYSTERY 1800. C3d YEAR. NO. 75 SEPTEMDER 17, 1012. TUESDAYS AND FIIDAM. Middleburg RESOLUTIONS OF REGARD DEATH COMES SUDDENLY Resolutions of Respect on The Sii)t. J. C. Luy hus arrantrod for Death off K. L. Tanner. TO REV. DICKEY AND WIFE held u com- C. Urowu Itcv. (Hy James Cooper.) UP - To Mother of Mrs. W. S. Fish, While n bcliool rally ut Liberty Friday, When by reason of uye, our feet Tho Stanford HikIi Schol opened munion bcrvieca at thho Fnwbyterwhen till the children of the county come, -. Preparing Ireakfast. to touch tho waters thut en- Adopted at Farewell Services at lust week with a tery lanio attend tan ciuiTcJi Sunduwill bo present. -- , Traylor Confesses that He mice. There are 1!7 Freshmen, circle the eternal land, we nuturally, Oruham, uKeti Mrs. Mastin Coleman Methodist Church Sumtay W", T. Coulter hud u number of unconsciously, liko to and already they have been declar- died ufter u Kcnoral decline ut her and Other Youths Robbed Mrs. W. S. Fish, ot this city has men and teams out last week putting possibly Goes to Worthville. great weave into the present und ed tho lieshest yet. Kiuhtceii of homo at Mt. llebroii. the byinpathy of muny friends in (he pike through town in order. the Postotflce Here. future uud make the hopes of tho Airs. 1L T. Emhry ave u lianaI... the HirIi School Sophomores, while ..f I,.... .r,,,Hl,.,. Mr It. It. Tho tobano civp in this section inlluencc for Tho churches of Stanford joined tha number of Juniurs has been burgeoiiie tuuise lunvlivuii IU Muesls. oL )t,loll( XN10 ,j;tfj suddenly ut her is mostly housed, and farmers have latter ii stimulating Tlio mystery of the wuioiin right doing here. It was so it would forces in u furewell service held oQ Miiull niimbor of ten lienor beniK MrB. L. 1'. Hulley, oL home to the past lcar iin(.k0y( Oarrurd county closed their barns to prevent too seem with our belorcd friend und tho ,, ....i. Methodist church Sunday evenn ,i,.,,n, , laries in Stanford durinff tho solv-c- nnd lust, hut not least, come the N'i'Wiiuiii. L'ul.. and Mrs. C C. Urowu ..rnnt rapid curing this lino weather. d brother, K. L. Tanner, and now, you ing. The house wus filled with a year or so seems to have been ,cU briiliant Seniors. Out of u ery 0f nMo city. Most dcKcious Sees N1(M,t LmUi, totally iincx)ected. Mrs. A. It. Scott, who hus been ( Mra. InrRO class when cntcriiu,' the liih were soned. Denton had arisen early in the heic since the death of her father, gentle reader, as well as his breth- very appreciative company of people ut last. The Danville papers .,. ,,r.,,in l.rnil.l.ist miA word ren of the mystic tio will read, pond- all anxious to hear tho of school, thelu ale bill be en noW J. M. Kudv. un evangelist oi note J. A. hates, I i'U Monday for her er and leflect. Wo his brethien who lrom Rev. J. J. Dickey,final has of the arrest nnd confession who u -- im ,ol ,,, hl Sc(lnlil. Mo Mer motl knew him best enn find no words to Lincoln buy, who mo beninniMC their last jear in from ludiunu, begun the Christian WUB titklivn wllllu in 10 kitcl-ettTraylor, a Coleman so faithfully served his peoplo in lliuli School. Tho meetings bunday at Slnnford bho was 03 jeurs ot age, una wus Mm i:,t,.s Uccom(ynicd' of young mm the that ho mid u gang distilleries etc.. number of impils O'J, is Hie church. Thu members of all thu u life long member vf Jho Duptist ier nul wilI mn.e ia,r )lomo ,vitll jlcp expies sour borrow ,and now that he public and in privuUo for the past is gone, we can no more have his three years, and who leaves this hiivo boon robbing curdiully church. Hel'oie her niarnugo to Sir. ,i(,i.l,tcr, bcliool wo buo ImiJ "" largest High tonn. Mr. Kemper is oilier churches nio most gonial presence nt our regulur and private inlorniuiion "' week for his new field of labor. rH' lor bevernl higlt school teacher tins 'invited to those services.T. Noel, ot Denton, she was Miss Almira II. jIrH ym Wright, of iriistonvillc. ' hero Unit letelved Tho servico was entered into very Hugh Noel, son ot W. ilurris. of Madison county, a c osf x;siled her brother, T. II. Moran lust variably hadus nu liuvo almost inrobbeO of. iiKiiiu our hi'IiimiI for the last thirty liemtily by all present. The singinjr hut Uu entered to tin himted '.'If tip DiRkt-ie- , iliu hits been wiy ill, is relativo of the Harris family of tins tnriu. Our He a sari d wus llw inratwtfrco and Rev. Dickey'a top, nnd everything murks toward near recovery, having been At,(hc A J :s(m BaIo Suturduy, years, ill health alone preventing. county, llesides her husband, she is Slier-have implicated a boy named m the n successful year. tor ubcess of tho liver. survived by tho following children: (ot,k h0,d flirv w.cll We m)t(J th(J Thus on the walls of tho hearts sermon wus u pnssionntely earnest his in.Hi.tmit NiclioN as appeal to all in Mr. Huseldeu, of tho firm people of the town Sam Rout, of Poililand, borso of every member of MeKinney Lodge to lemember the , A tucctiiiK wus called for thoe ot Samuel 0. Dros., hardware mer- Mrs. S. D. Cochran, ot Gairard, Ore., following: a young postoffieo robbery. that eternal vigilance ia office Thiirbduy llaseldeii Mrs .s127: suckling mulo 637, nn aged No. C31 is inscribed m olden Mrs. Messenger Mid J The Danvillu in the game chant, has recently been operuted V. A. Lear, of Lancaster, Mrs. W. that can never be ctfuccd, u tho prico of liberty in cvury effort to $'.12, milk cow .:!'', stack of man on the who wili to participate d the airoMt of this young distillery at of football. Tho meeting was called upon in tho city of Louisville, lor S. Fish, of this city. Mrs. Wulker inure the moral vvelfnro of the love und esteem lor his true, noble A considerable amount of hay charge "" robbing the un admiration and re- people. to see if cuouub iiner.s would con- appendicitis, und his ultimate Giiynn, of Paint Lick, .Mrs. Phil household goods was sold ut low character, Gilbert's Creek: At the closo of the service short is hopcj lor now by his many Pettus, of Piueville, und Mrs. Louis spect for his upright life. sent to begin practicing, m a team prices. A few months ngo General an early date. f i loads. Ross, of Kirksville. Therefore, bo it, Resolved that in addresses wero made by Rev. D. M. The Saints A. Durns.de can bo gotten tip at have been holding Eiehuid are willinu' to begin Mrs. M. D. Hughes gave an elaThe remains of this good woman forth nt their church on thu ridge tho passing of Dro. Tanner from Walker nnd Rev. P. L. Druce, exdiscovered that whisky m the bond-- d Quito u number pressing their j hearty appreciation nriictirhnr at mice, and we know borate course dinner at her home on were laid to final rest in the cemetery east of Yosemito for u week or moie em th to heaven our lodge has lost warehouse of I'uxlon Dros out of the material wo have in our Water street the honor guests be- ut Lancaster Sundny after services Mr. Dickeys fellowship, sympaand will likely hold through this ono of its best nnd most highly es- of Ileiirv Truylur dis- school, n good team can be obtain ing Mcsdsimes R. E. Hughes, of known an the in tho organizat tho home at nine o'clock conduct- week. Theru lire several preachers teemed members und the community thy uud Creek, was be- tillery, at Gilbert's LotiisNille, and L. V. Hulley. oi ed by Rev. O. P. Hush, pastor of in attendance, and there is no lack one of its most valued uud useful ed work for Christ's kingdom. ..... ..r ...,.i Im.l been tampered eti. The following resolutions were Newman, Cnl. the Doptist church, nnd at the of preaching. citizens and bis family one of the to itli. Tho matter was eported de- Services at Baptist Church Sunday The Marv Walker Pi ice Chapter, grave by Rev. V. M. Tinder. A best husbands and fathers we ever submitted to the congregation asC. C. Jones is working against "Washington and Judge I urn-M- a of the C. D. C. met .Monday ufter-nooi- i. number of friends went over to at- the tobacco trust by manufacturing knew, and to them bis faithful com- sembled and unanimously adopted Uev. A. It. Abcruathy, of Georgedistailed the investigate, lie boon Haptist At that time tho birthday of tend the funeral. town, will prench at the his own cigars. They aro made of panion and children to whom ho was by a rising vote: covered that the warehouse had eliurhc Sunday morning ut 10:lo Raphael Semmcs was observed as The Resolutions: long green tobacco, and urc not Hu- - so devoted we extend our doepest taken, and been broken into, whisky Ice Cream Supper at Hustonvilie evening at 7:30. Sun- suggested by a revision in the meetIn view of the fact that our vanas or Daniel Doones in appear sympathy, and in their great loss so poured into the barrels. He and Sunday at 0:.'l0. II. Y. l U. at ing of the National Convention. water day reboot The ladies of thu Volunteer Sun- ance, but they answer Mr. Jones' hard to bear we commend them for our friend nnd brother, Rev. J. J. estiut uneo begun a systematic in Mis. It. R. Dent.m age 70 years day school class at Hustonvilie vvill purpose seemingly hiwpieioned several 0:15. as well as if consolation und strength to God, Dickey, bus labored in our midst for vation and boon died suddenly at the homo tif her cive an ice cream supper Friday they vveTe real beauties. from whom all blessings and coui-fo- it the past three years and in view of neighborhood. i the unties living daughter. The funeral was held eveninir nt the Newton building. A Moreland. must come. do-elthe fact that ho has been appoint The young people wero delightand He wntchod the place conductnt Resolved, further, that wc will ed to another field of activity, we. smnll admission vvill be charged. Ev fully entertained Tuesday evening Mr. Jidm Moser sold 7 bogs to Sunday afternoon ' followed two by eryone is invited to come out and by .Mrs. ,me day lust M. Tinder, assisted C. II. Creech nt her benuti-fu- l wear tho usual badge of mourning the ministers and members of tho 0 'J cents and l.'i to ed bv Eld. F. men to ltrodhead and caught them Mr. Kails nt The following Rev. O. P. Dash. home on Liberty street. Thosu for thirty days, and that his chair, several churches of Stanford, meet lie nrrwtcd nnd Mr. (I. W'i Lunsford nt the same daughters survive her: Mrs. W. S. help a good cause. selling whisky. present were Misses Ruby Fogle, which he so faithfully occupied ns to give expression to our appreStanford jail. price. t the brought them Fish. Stanford, Mrs. Walker Giiynn Work Starts on Dix River Dam uv Dettie Royalty, llessie Luvrhorn, Es- tieasurer since the organization of ciation of his ministry among us. Mr. G. H. I'niitt is buildini n new Other arrests were boon maile Paint Lick. Mrs. Louis Ross, MadiFirst. De it resolved, That we The following press notice is fcent sie Haney, Ruth and Mnrtjin Dye, our lodgo bo draped in mourning, livery stable. llurnside. nnd ho D. Cochran Judce S. son and Mednnie these resolutions heartily appreciate his Godly life, thut u copy has begun from all. The men the new and V. A. Lear of this city. The out from Danville: Workbuilt across Emma Fogle and Delle Cowtn. and undspicad upon of minutes The construction of full confession Dal-Iotho of our as he has gone in nnd out among us,, Messrs. Will Sharp. Carlos Compton be on the dam which is to be Christian church has been started. are Coleman Travlor. William deceased wns for many vonrs a Dix river at Kennedy's mule, south-ca- st W. II. Royalty, W. A. Adams Er- lodge, a copy be presented to his inspiring us to nobler deeds of self. and Sherman Oscar McGuffov began at this -- lace with faithful member of the Christian School of Durgin. It is estimated that nest Miller. Oscar Elliott. Will Tnp-sco- lt family, und n copy bo sent to the sacrifice, in devotion to duty. NiehoN. They were nil bi ought to an attendance of 100. Mr. Gooch. church. Interior Journal und the Masonic Second. That we desire to comthe dam with equipment will cost and Marshall McWhorter. n... ii....i!1l.. Jnil. nnd Commissioner nf (Vnb Orchard and Miss Ruby W. It. Hurton wn winner in three :i,000,0()0. p of L. D. Herringtoii The Teddy und Taft forces are Home Journal for publication. Dy mend Dro. Dickey for his splendid Lnvvwilt ordered them tnk-William IliiiiMiii of this place are teachers. races with ome of his fine horses Richmond, took ii leading part in said to be lining un for the fight for order of the lodge. leadership, sound judgment and unto Jackson, Ky.. where a term of His noted securing funds with vvhicb to carry county office's fair. Horn, to the wife of Win. Merri-inn- ii nt the Somerset DR. T. IL SINGLETON. flinching stand for right on nil quesnext year nnd a pretoognis. the United States court horse Reolnda got the first in two on the great utidei taking. It was ty lively time is anticipated. The REV. 0. D. FLEMMING. u boy. tions affecting our public life. Judge HurtiMrto na worueu " F. M. WARE. Coimuiltee anticipated thut the work would Tii ft faction is thought to lmve the Third. That wc heartily appreMr. and Mrs. Morris Marcum lire ricns. case for bevcrnl weeks. Jailer appoint not the Goveinor McCreary has New bulge on the Dull Moocrs just now, ciate not only the work that he has ot tiiis city, assisted on rejoicing over tlie arrival of a girl eti James N. Denny a staunch nnd bgin ut snub an early date. Kitrgerold. Last of Virginia Outlaws Caught done among bis own people, but the York capitalists are backing tho en- but whether they have a sufficient Ku'kine men. the ease, arresting one of the Cole- which has been christened nctie democrat, ns one of the Ken- terprise. A test lasting through three majority to capture, the nominations Des Moines, lowu, Sept. 13. wider work of evangelization and ICnte. Marshal Sheimnn Nichols. tucky delcntes to the conservation years has proved satisfactory. Pow is a question. The Democrats in bringing Horn, are Siduu Alien, leader of the clan Unit general ministry to the outlying disto the wife of Sumuel man likewise assisted t.i be held nt Indianapolis, er will be turnislietl to the electric not expecting anything, but arc go- shot up tho Carroll county court- tricts of our county. congic Jack-fto- n u boy, numeil James Ed-in ami will take them to them lud.. from Oct. 1 to the 4th. ing to be in position to have lots of house, ut liillstille, Fourth. That it is the sense of plants at Danville, Lancaster, Vti., killing Hv the confession, n rd. Monday. The following invitation lias been Harrodhurg, and Richmond fun when the scramble comes on. Judge Mussie und others, und his this meeting that not only this learned that the .ludgo llurnside Miss Nell Ellis is tending the E. L. Kimbertiu came down from nephew, Wesfey Edwards, ure in jail community but the county nt large, taking the third and fourth guide at Huston-vill- i, icceived by friends of the popular It is thought that a net work of Mime Km: bas been couple. Mr. and Mr. John Evnns railways will be in opera- Do.vle Friday. Several of the Yoe-mit- e lieie as u result of love at fairs which is sustaining u great loss by his reflie whisky for many months, and the following lire attend- Stonnes invite von to be pre-eat tion moval from our midst. this section in n short time people peiialtv is severe, and Cncle Sum ing school trom here: Misso-- . Laura their twenty-fift- h wedding anni- after inthe dam is finished. Manager fair. Mr. took in the Somerset led the detectives to them. Doth an ris-nFifth. That we most earnestly nnd Mrs. V. T. WiNon nounced their willingness to return not deal lenienty with th will r. Samlidge, Oneitn and Elsie versary. Satuitlay evening. Sept. 21. Fish, of the Danville electric plant, went to Somerset Inst week come for trial. to visit to Virginia without requisition. Ld commend Dro. Dickey nnd his faithwhen the ca-c- s Kntherine Coffey, Minelle from 2 to 11 o'clock. ns worthy is making arrangements with the Mrs. Wilson's sister, Mrs--. Jennie wus euptured tonight us he ful wife nnd .Judce llurnside has been in tho in- I'liiiti, Katheriiif McCluie, Messrs Reveraud S. II. Pollitt has been piomoters In Inku the power for the Godbey Mr. nnd Mr. McD. Fogle wards nil of was icturiiiug to his boarding house of tho confidence nnd esteem of nil ternal revenue service most Fold. Walter Moser and Ernest assigned by (onfcieiiee to tlie local plant. The dam will be about have moved fiom Mc Kinney to the alter having worked nil day with a good people, and bid them God speed perhaps, the best bis life, ami of 'the Methodist church in 1C0 feet high and will be constructMiss Mary Coldirou has roturno, J. C. Fogle property on Liberty The detectives fol- ill their new held of labor. gung. man in th service. jsctid from Kansas City, Mo. thu city. The fonner gifted di- ed of .steel and concrete. A dozen street, nnd nre now full fledged itv paving Miss Mai-- d Iroler, of Mount Signed Dy lowed Dr. E. II. Pearce will preach nt engineers have pronounced the pro- people. James Me Whorl D. M. WALKER. Pastor ChrisMiss Ethel ('ono has returned vine er, Jr.. and Airy, Va., when she came to Des K. Dunaaan's Barn Burns ject ns entirely feasible. in lown Margin and llrynntsvillc. from ii thice mouths wifo lmve been hero for a week or Molifcs to be with Edwards, whom tian church. Fne, originating Iroui some un- and other Drown and Kiln .Misses Hnllie point. J. D. JONES. Pastor Daptist more visiting relatives. Mrs. Herbert she was to have married tonight. dcstloycd the huge known nivalis Louisville visiting Jones, of Cincinnati, spent several When she stepped into tho boarding church. PUBLIC SALE. Miks Etta Myeis has returned Henry are in uoith-L'l- u bam uf K. lJumiguu, in the Charles Doty Mrs. Drown Antill. P. L. DRUCE, Pastor Presbyvi-- it in Indianapolis. dns ,.r last week wi&li Mr. nnd Mrs. house wheie the two men lived this odgo ot Lincoln, on thu liucas-te- r from u Ilriglit has rettuncd to Covington Of Blue Grass Land And Fine Stock. C. C. Jones. morning, the officers entered just terian Church. Miss llessie Kit IV. of Huston-viil- afttT visiting his little couin Cuivle Domino pike eiui.v bunday ami Rev. and Mrs. Dickey leave this has been visiting lclativcs Dot v. behind her and nncsted Allen, who Mr. Dunugati had the morning. Mfsdames D. Gully aud Worthville, Carroll counCasey Man Killed by Bee Stinq OCT. 2, 1912 .WEDNESDAY, gram etc.,. all here. sunetidcred with no show of fight. week for burn lined with lctd. little son have been with Mr. nnd ty, wheie he has been assigned to thouse-tragedMc-se- r entertained Mr. I. T. Dunn in Lexington. Miss Mis. Silas destroyNear Hustonvilie. A dispatch of wlneli was completely from Liberty last Allen declined the com pastorate bv Conference. last week in honor ot Mises Ethel Elizabeth Foul left last week io mawas the fault of the court of- the successor, Rev. the II. Greer, ed, lie liKurca Hie loss about Having decided to change my lo- week said that Robert W. Rusell. S. His is bill earned ?l,oUU insurance, bo anil llessie Ilrackett, of Stanford. of tho Ellisbuig section, wus killed ficers, who. he said, began shooting. expected to be heie to conduct serLex- cution, 1 vvill otter for bale at pubtriculate ut Savre Institute, A large ciowtl from hero ntteiul-e- d ington. Tlie tire some compensation. by the sting of u bee. Mr. Russell The two men say they hid in the Juis Mrs. W. S. Holman, ot lic outcry on the above date und vices next Sunday. tlie Methodist convention last Aiiroia. Intl.. was failed here by place tho following: broke out about live o'clock in the hud worked huid all day in hi, to- mountains for u while ufter the Ken lnoimug, and thcie is said Un be not .Sunday. he tragedy, and then got over into the ethical illness of her father Mr. 57 acres of splendid luild, all vir- bacco field. Just after sunset Ellisburg. "jj in the slightest dew as to Imw it was A. II. Drown, Sv. Miss Clara Mill- gin boil, known us tho old Fail went to his mother'- - home nearby, tucky, stopping severul days A Jolly Picnic Party Mrs. Will Iteynierson nnd son, of They also visited in St Louisville. ueurb, Anothel bam to take some honey. will Giouud Land, under good fence. ntartcd. Duriug the er, of Charleston, West, Va., Danville, me visiting relatives here. Miss Sarah Houuid, the teacher arrive this week to visit her parents :uuglit fitxu tlie lieicc bln.e, but A splendid stock of goods, with process a bee stun" him on the til LoLuis - ho came ot the Tuektv's school at May wood, Mr. and Mrs. K. Miller. n jieiKiiomMiss Ollie Phillips, of Liberty was Intra woik u good business uud tine stand, lo- end of tho long finger of his left Hiqhland teacher of the it trom und Mr. Hopkins, to the i exile, p,eeuted the guest of Miss Fay Peyton last nothing of the Mrs. John and little cated ut Kidd's Store, Ky., will in- hand. He thoii-h- t. ijllllitiiVT- Logon's Cieck school, took their son uie visiting relatives in Rich voice $:i,500 to i?4,000. stiii" but went bock homo uud sat The tobacco misers lire very busy week. school puptis und pupils' patents mond. Judge Lewis L. Walker and Misses Lean Iteynierson and An Golddubt btnllion, down on the porch with his wife, hi cutting and housing tobacco. Ono Keep ,iuir liui lis and other buiM-iug- b and othcis to the old brick house Mis. Walker were in Louisville for well broken, Id hands, sound uud a few minutes he remarked to his nie May. also Howard Reynierson left Mrs. Jus A. King sold her farm iiiwiix, piott'cted bv insuring Crab Oichuid on a picnic last the State Fair. Mrs. E. C. Dernard good bleeder, 1 fine mulo jack, S wife that he was feeling uwi'ully hist week for King's Wood to James Scurbiough for $000 nnd near Louisville, where tl)eyAcudemy with .1. I). Weiireu, the Insurance Thin sduy. will atand son. Joseph Rogers are at years old, 4 extra broodmaies, nil sick. In a moment she noticed that law moved to Danville. Alan ot Stanford. They went on the train as far as home alter a most delightful outing in foal, colts by side ono of them he wus falling out of his chair. She tend school. Mr. A. J. Faulkner is having an Dennis and Eugene Sprugens left Cellar Crek und walked lioni there in Canada. Miss Allio Arnold left a could Prcstoti mare, good held him until assistance Teaechers' Medina in West End to the old brick hou-- c. Monday Alter they the past week for Pittsburg. Pcnii., show animal, 2 splendid Golddust come, when they telephoned for a addition built to his residence. for Georgetown College. C. M. Young is making some im.Miss Mattie Slusher, of Middles-hor- o, doctor. He was dead in 20 minutes The tollowiug is tho program for nrrUcd ii delicious dinner was serv- w litre she expects to tench again colts, 2 mule colts, 2 3- car-ol- d is the guest of Miss Florence Misses mines well bioke to btcam und auto, from the time ho leumrkod that he provements oil his storehouse. the Teucher's Association to he held ed on the gioutul. Nice l'lied chick- in the I). & D. Institute. Hugh Young lias moved back to Spragciis this week. in the graded school building at en, pickles, tine cukes and cold ice Frances and Katherino Rankin, of in foal to good jack, one a good bad-ill- o v.as feeling sick. Little Miss Floietice- Morgerson Stanford. lliistonvilte, Siitiuduy, Sept. 121, at lemonade mid ice water and lots of Duiuside are the guests of Misses mate, 1 yeailiug Golddust filly, hus malarial fever. Few. if uny, medicines, have met other delicious things were beived Marv mid Jennie Rankin. 1 Golddust filly, 1 nice 1. M. II. F. Hortou has gone to Louistench-ei- s Mr. and Mrs. Lou Ellis ure re After dinner was served, the School Improxemeut Leagues. coming 4 year-ol- d Shetland Pony, with the unifotm success that has ville to buy u Jeisey wagon. joicing over the arrival of u new and their impils and patents That lliey hae done what they etui The vvhito wife of Jack Johnson, well broke. All of this btock sound, attended tho uso of Chumbei Iain's J, 11. Eason and wife uud daughter. do, how oigunize and how maiiitaiu and others visited the building ami the uegio, pugilist committed sui- 2 good 4 year-ol- d cows, extra good. Colic. Cholera and Diarrhoea RemeMr. Polinger and fuinil"- - of dy. Tlie lemarkablo cures of colic Mrs. Mollio Peyton, of Illinois, has the organixtilioii, to be discussed by saw niaiiy Interesting things. After cide, saving she was "so lonely." Lot ot hogs. visiting Ottawa, Kas., aio here biick. 1 suriov with iwlo und bhafts. 1 and diarrhoea which it has effected their lelatives utter uu absence of been the guest ot relatives here. Mis l.ois Willis, Miss Ituhic Iliin-so- they visited the made, they had seviefs of the Mr. Jack Abeson, uf llradfords-vill- c, Miss Julia Williams, Miss Isu eral pictuies ton buggy, 2 iiiuuhouts, 1 Fnuier in almost every neighborhood have 20 yeais or more. FARM FOR SALE building und pupils. visited here hist week. wagon, 1 given it a vvido leputntion. cart, 1 Drown For Flo.wl. L. L. Revs. Jno. Godbey nnd L. Steele vvill leave for GeorgeThe two teacheis and pupils wagon, with bed und sale by G. L. Penny. Some of tho l'nictical Advantages Studebaker Young preiiehed ut tho Methodist town College in a few davs. I will on Saturday, October 26th, seat, 1 double ltorso bled, 1 set douteaching Agriculture in the plu.ed many iutciestiug games on of churoli Monday and Tuesday nights Mr. Wallace Steele has been suf.Schools.--M- r. McMullin, Lansing tho' blinded trout of the old biick. I'.tl'J, sell ut public bide, my homo ble harness in good condition, 1 set PUBLIC SALE on their leturu from conference. fering with a bruised band. 1 bet heavy brake Duilium, J. ... Dennett, J. H. Wol-lor- d The pupils' patents extend tho two tiiriii, containing 100 acres of laud. pony harness. It. (lok. of liouisville. Mrs. J. .Mr. Joe McWillinms is electing u teachers, Miss Howard und Mr. This limn is situated ubout one mile harness, 1 bet ligljt buggy harness, I will on the 20th duy of Sept. nnd son. James Cook, of Stearns, new Lincoln coun- 2 snddles uud bridles, 1 pair plat stoio house. How Inteiest the Pupil in Farm Hopkins muny thanks for their kind fiom Turncisville, in 1012 at the Dr. C. Fowler farm bell visited the family of C. M. Young und Woik and Farm Life. Xliss Uertha imitation and the nice time they ty, and on tho Turneisvillo this land form bcnles, 2,000 feet oak fencing to the highest bidder: 15 1,000 ami Mrs. J. M. Cook last week. Afturnpike. All of l' lumber, lot of locust posts, For Sale Small Country Farm Jlads, Mis, Etta Gifford, Herbert showed them on the piciiio day. pound cuttle, 3 good milch cows, 4 Rev. Henry .Mills, of Huntington, ter four o'clock they walked back cuu ho cultivutcd anil is fertile. iuteiest in (i acres of good tobacco, good culves, 50 good sheep. 4 brood Jtcynolds. I desire to bell privately my home is heio with his mother, W. Vn two dwellim houses and oiie-liuiuteiest in Ho acres glowSome Availablo methoils of teach- to Cedar Cieek where they took the Thcie uie 1 situated ubout 3 2 miles from Each pupil two barns, with ono tobacco barn on ing coin, about 4o0 shocks of fod- sows, 1 sow uud pigs, 1 pair work Mrs. J. S. Young. ing Domestic Scieiiso in the Public tiain for Maywood. e.tru buggy mare, 2 Mis. Rachel Ileurv. of Moielaud, Stanford, Ky., on tho Rush Drauch day and tho place, nnd ubo all necessary der. 10,000 hickory tobacco sticks, mules, School- .- Miss Mabel McClure, Miss and parent enjoyed the wngous, I pike, and adjoining tho lands of carriage, is heio visiting relatives. outbuildings. Well fenced und wa- Fiances North, Miss Mada Duller. went homo with happy heaits. The teied. There is one everlasting id her articles too numerous to name. 1 phueton new, 1 I. H. C. luiy baler. John II. Young, who spent his Mrs. G. C. (livens and Curou Covoutside ones who wero thero were Tei ins cusy nnd made known on day I hinder, 2 muwing machines 3 hay three mouths' vacation near Indiiin-iipoli- s, er. This pluco contains teu and spring well located on same. of bale. An. article that hus real merit us follows: Hikes. 2 wheiit drills, 2 corn plnnteis hid., selling books, spent one one-haacres of good land, well I will also sell ut the samo time Roberts, Miss Jim Miss sharp. Jack Sale hour 10 u. in., should in time become popular. That 1 disc harrow, 2 turning plows new, Mr. und fruited. night with his patents. I'pou it theio is a new one piano, und u lot of household II. II. Fish, of Stan "B. W. LEIGH, riich is tho case with Cliamberlu ill's Roberts. Mr. 1 laud i oiler. 2 cultivators and oth- Mr. ('. M, Young, on bis return to dwelling houe of six rooms, two Possession Cough Remedy has been attested by ford. Mr. Dave Roberts. Mr. CIar and kitchen furniture.vvill Hustonvilie, Ky. er things loo numerous to mention. I'niou College. Darbourville. smull hulls and norch room, a new seeding purposes be given many dealers. Hero is one of them. euce Rambo, MUs Emma Nickula, for Teiuis Hindu known on day of Dunlin P, Young hus entered Uu cistern ,two eveilusting spring and Morris Ilailey, Mr. Ernest nt once and possession of the whole Col.. T. D. Engish, Auct. Ohio Fulls, lud., Mr. II. W. Hendrickson, nil necessary outbuilding. Fot'Wr- P. S. Those who may want to sale. Sale begins promptly at 0:30 ion College nt Darbourville place given on January 1st. 1013. writes, "Chamberlain's Cough Rem. Flovd. Mr. John llurlon. Mr. Rob Mr. ami Mrs. Hurrv Willis, of ticulnrs call upon or write! toPj M. Haves, of Terms of sale will be given on day but on stocK ot gooas, wm pieaso A. M. dv is the best for coughs, colds aud ert Tucker, Mr. Ernest Ludlow, P. L DECK are visiting his mother, McRobeits, Alt v. at Stanford,' Ky. call and inspect them before sale. croup, und is my best seller" For Crab Orchard, Mist Grace Fields,1 of tho sale. Mrs. Fannie Hubble- LEWIS JONES. Col. J. P. Chandler, Auct. 73-Mis. W. 0. Young. 4tf Willie Dye rtale by 0. L. Penny. OF LOCAL URGLARIES CLEARED Lancaster. U. 1..-- ., i, ..:,, - jm-jetttt al m .i. whole-soule- H let-to- rs ry .. a safe-guar- y, n. lli.-ho-p, w Nicho-lasvill- e, nt ci Shew-make- er i. lc i- -it we-tc- ru e, Shm-kclfoi- lu-u- -j - ld sou-iu-lu- n, two-hor- I ey one-hul- lf 1-- two-hor- se two-scut- lf 0. T J5 sps" ; .l Y" . THE INTERIf JtWWAL. ITAtffMW, KtWTUCKY. mens . i " 1 The HILTON Interior Journal; M. JHttCirM CHy. SAUFLIT. .Preprlttor dress shoes ft A TUB STRICTLY IN ADVANCE- l Knlirtd tUtu mtB mtlUr tl tkt retttlfie Sfnftri M Mr WOODROW W1L80M. V. i'r TM08. R. MARSHA LI, ror VtngrittUAHVZr HELM Ttr VornUh; Ally E. V. rUBIEAR ttr Circuit VUtH3. T. 110LDAM W. M. FIELDS Tor rr Tcr DEMOCRATIC TICKET rntUtnt s WHEN we say DRESS SHOES rr Jfr tfgittnttH. C. NEWLA.ND Walkovers $3.50, $4 $5 and Nettleton for $5.50, $6 and $6.50. B we mean the Best Lookers, Best Feelers and the best quality Men's Shoes obtainable, and that naturfor ally means Shoes, and nncrancrmrnti In this column r ot for otflcf, mtijrrt to tb action of No anaouncemcnti th Democratic primary. Collecc. win do maor. oskm pio lor in aatance: Tor Rtprtttntalirt. Mr. John W. Webb, of Perryville VIHOIL JlcMULLIN. and Hon. H. B. King, of Moreland, whoso horse ho hnd nlso shod. He Tor Stiirlf have been nt the bedside of Mr. has been blacksmith for Alex John-so- u; M. 8. UAUdllMAN II. W. 0IVE.N8 Kiley King, who has ben ill, but is his sou Mr. John I). Johnson; U. WEATHEKFOKD i. T. reported as being better. his grandson, Mr. Alex Jolniron nnd J. HILL Ptlltrcal Anrrtuncementt ttndidatti Thr creville, is the guest of Mrs. John F, liouton. Miss Adele Dunce, of London, is visiting Miscs Mary and Ada Steele Miss Lucv Hankta is in Seaman, Ohio, the guest of her aunt, Mrs. A. It. Humble. Miss Mary E. Dunlettc has returned from Pnrksville, where she iitcd Mesdnmes J. H. Brown and O. II. Ilockcr. Mioses Hcsic Wright and Lucy Wright were in Danville Wednesday shopping. Mrs. Hobcit Cole nud daughter, Mis Myrtle, of Bnrbnorville. stop ped over with Mrs. William Trooper en route to Danville, where Mi" Myrtle Cole matriculated at Cqld-we- ll Mis Jennie Carpenter, of Turn win IffJVvfJ PatMtag Step eff ami take yWrwT nllll iMtl In VrMV OM ill Age Bnt RvfflCt UVVvn Ntw It the time Mrfltritf7 te have It eteme. Pahrt kefere the winter rata ami smw latins te fly. Harm's Green Seal, the marte te wear paints are the rltht kind te use. Formula with every can. Fer Sale by C. I. PBUITT. Mere-lan- d. Ky., ami L. L. SANDERS, Crab Orchard, Ky. Tbe FIRST NATIONAL BANK, of Stanford is the oldest institution in this section of tbe state, baring been organized March 0, 1854. A bank to have stood the panics Hint have occurred in the past 58 years must be all right. This bank today is stronger and better than it ever was. While old in age it is modem in methods. Our patrons, and they nre many, will testify to the, fact hat we take care of them in a manner both pleasing nnd satisfactory. Your patronage is respectfully nsked. Remember our pledge of courteous treatment nnd honorable dealings. Our directory includes some of the most prominent business men nnd farmers in this section of tho county. Try us. J. S. HOCKER, Pres. H. C. IAUGHMAN, Cathler. W. W. SAUNDERS, In- -. S. T. HARRIS, Vice Pres.. J. R. HARRIS, letkkeeier. Mi ii Ways For Ciwnljr T. A. RICE M. F. MyKTH Julft TEYTON PAKRI8H OEOltOE DEBOKDE DINK FARMER WILLIAM H. HESTER W. A. CARSON P. L. BECK 8. M. OWENS R. H. BRONAUOH P. O. 8ANDIDQE J. H. BOONE W. T. GARNER UAFE MORGAN Ttr. JtUtr ttr Aittttor WE are showing the Fall Shoes in all the leathers vicii, William C. Long, i; K' calf and patents. The calf has the call, because it gives better results. - i l- - Button Shoes are still popular; of course, lace shoes are always good. Take our word, or if you prefer, the word of your neighbor, and you wiU find there is nothing quite so good as Walker and Nettleton shoes, for comfort, service and looks L, H. J. McROBERTS STANFORD, KENTUCKY ! Colliers' Weekly shows up the big majority of the newspapers of West Virginia in n very unenviable lieht. All but about ten admitted their willingness to sell their editorial columns to the liquor interests in prohithe fight against stntc-wid- e bition. A skilful trap was laid and the editors who have no manhood about them, took the bait- - under, hook and line. We'd hate to think George Powell leaves Thursdav that Kentucky editors would prove for Houston, Texas, to accept a pons mercenary- - Collier's is a 'Teat sition in the railway service. publication and doing a great work. Mr. J. R. Osborne who recently moved back here from Lancaster, A Missouri editor says that Wil- has opened a barber shop in one of son is standing on his record; Taft Mr. II. C. Catron's buildings. Mr. James W. Griffin, of Oceoln, is sitting on bis and Roosevelt calls Ark., visited acquaintances in this you a liar if you mention his. place last week. John Cozatt s mule team ran away General Nogi, the hero of the Tuesday and strange to sny ran in Russian war, committed suicide last an opposite direction to which John week, so as to accompany the spirit lives. John runs the mill nt Pnrks of his mnster, the Enmeror of Japan ville nnd feeds his stock until they to the other world. His act is re- are rendy to run nt the drop of the garded by the Japanese as typify- Jint and when one of his men left ing the highest degree of patriotism. this team in front uf Kenne's store His wife also took her life. It wns ttioy "nwed junction City a nice a dunl suicide of the most unusual burst ot speed. Ueyond running and romantio character. into a telephone post and breaking a stny wire no damage was done. A tremendous crowd of democrats Mr. George Shelby is ill at his will be in Lexington Thursday to at- home in Lincoln county. tend the opening of the campaign. Mr. Grntton Preston, a local Many Lincoln democrats will be blacksmith, shod a horse Saturday there. for the great grandson of n man Mrs. W. C. l'roctor, of Danville, Brown-iii- g, ilmighter, Mrs. Je-i- e uf Mitmi, Mere lecent guests of Mt!damcs K. 11. McDonald and Jnnn-- s Clurkson. Mr, O. S.Coby and daughter, Mis Alma, have returned fTom n viMt to Miss lline Grubbs in Lexington. Miss Bessie Durham, who tenches nt Ocrmantown, visited her parents, Cnpt. nnd Mrs. B. W. Durham over Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. F. E. Wcsterfield, arc with Dr. nnd Mrs. J. It. Steele. Mr. Wcsterfield has been ailing for scveinl days nnd this trip is in the nature of recuperation. Mrs. Lrnest Richardson, of More- land, spent Sunday witli Mr. and Mrn. W. T. Richardson. Mis Willie Benton Logsden ha returned from Louisville, where she visiti'd her brother, Mr. Hal N. nn.1 lattlv for his great grandson, Mr. U but Arthur Johnson. Mi. IV.-tu- n lift years old nnd has been shoeing horses for 10 years. FARM AND STOCK NEWS SCHOOL Headquarters for Tablets. Pencils and Ink Top hogs nre id nt Cincinnati. For Sale 13 nice pigs. A.S. Pi ice K. II. Crow, the popular Shelby I The Farmer's Friends Superior and Peoria GrainlDrills Call and see the new stock THESE SIX LETTERS i ! From New England Women Boston, Mass. "I was passing through 'the Change of Life and suffered from hemorrhages (aometimes lasting for weeks), and could get nothing to check them. I began taking Lydla E. Pinkham'a Vegetable Compound (tablet form) on Tuesday, and the following Saturday morning the hemorrhages stopped. I have taken them regularly ever since and am steadily gaining. ' I certainly think that every one who is troubled ss I was should giva Compound Tablets a faithful trial, and they will find reliefs-M- rs. Soar Jubt, 602 Fifth Street, South Boston, Mass. Prove that Lydla E. Plnkham's Vegetable Compound Does Restore the Health of Ailing Women. : : t t City farmer, sold a horso mule, 10 hands in height, to W. JL Shanks for $165. Jlr. Crow also Tecently sold a fine Aberdeen Angus bull calf to Uoliert Slicaier, of Garrard, at a fancy price. There was quite a lot of stock on the market Dunvillc court day, but not much trading. Dnnvillo is not considered much uf u cattle market, though some of the bicget buyers in this part of the state nre located M. J. Knrri-- , Jr., bought there. three Jersey heifers from a Gravel Switch party at 4 cents a pound. Senator It. L. Hubble got in last v;eek from ri points with a I'ouplo of rarlonds of mighty fine looking mules, ranging in age from yearlings He to bought them right, and all who have seen them have been impressed with their looks. Senator Hubble will feed them until late in November nnd then ship tbem south. The $1,000 stnkc nt the State Fair last week was won by the great mare Hazel Dawn which wni sold liv Dick Scuddcr, of this county to V. G Shropshire, of Winchester, a few months ago Hob Mprelnml's Nickle Plate, n handsome grey celding was second with JIat Cohen's Marv rox third and Mrs. Lownde' Kentucky's Choice fourth and I. W. Hay's Major Dare fifth. ISourboii Prince, Princess V. and Dohcmian Girl were unplaced Cnpt. T. D. English, of Danville, leports the nle of the Jnmes L. Xeal farm in Mercer county to G. M. Ballard Saturday nt $130 an acre. There uic 170 acres in the property, which K known as the old Major Handy farm and is considered one of the nicest tracts in Mercer county. Jt lies four miles out of Harrodsburg on the Shukertown pike. Hue & Curry, the hustling real cstutc men of Harrodsburg. conducted the sale. Farm stock also sold well nt the sale. Work mules brought from $170 to $225; milk cows from $40 to $C0 and hogs nt 8 4 cents n pound. The Richmond Climax snjs: T. S. Robertson, of Shnrpshurg, one of Kentucky's most widely known mule dealcr, has made a sale rtceutly four-venr-o- ld Jli-sonfour-year-ol1-- L.L.8A1ER8, Crab Orchard, Ky. Just for the Gentler Sex jJ jm Timely talk oa seasonable toilet goods it net I amiss. and desired toilet helpsthe necesssities and the luxuries. Our stock comprises all the needed We sell every known toilet preparation for woman, infantpowders, 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. miss, child, per-fum- e, At PENNY'S, The Rexall Store. W.EHiggins Stanford, Ky. a j Letter from Mrs. Julia King, Phoenix, Phoenix, R.I. old until I had been married a year, and I think that caused my bad feelings. I had soreness in my side near my left hip that went around to my back, and sometimes I would have to lie in bed for two or three days. 1 was not able to do my housework. " Lydia E. Pinkham'a Vegetable Compound has helped me wonderfully In every way. Yon may use my letter for the good of others. I am only" too glad to do anything within my power to recommend your medicine.'' Mrs. Julia Kiaa, Box m, Phoenix. K.L Willimantie, Conn. "For five years I suffered untold agony from female troubles causing backache, irregularities, dizziness, and nervous prostration. It was impossible for me to walk up stairs without stopping on tho way. I was all run down in every way. " I tried three doctors and each told mo something different. I received no benefit from any ot them but seemed to suffer more. The last doctor said it was no use for me to taka anything as nothing would restore me to health again. So I began taking Lydla . Pinkham's Vegetable Compound to see what it would do, and by taking seven bottles of the Compound and other treatment yon advised, I am restored to my natural health. "Mrs. Etta Dosova, 703 Mala Street, Willimantie, Con, R.I. "I worked steady in the mill from the time I was 12 years Automobiles '4 Letter from Mrs. Etta Donovan.Wllllmantlc, Conn. with full equipment $600 Hupmobile, delivery truck, 800 lb capacity, just the thing for grocerymen, $500. We are constantly taking second hand cars in trade for new cars. Let us have your wants. Our 1913 line of new cars will be ready to demonstrate, by August 20tb. Wo bare the following bargains to offer, if sold within the 30 dayB: Overland, Model 60, 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. six cylinder, 46horse power fully equipped $650. Overland, Stearns, 7 passencer, new body, new top and windshield, extra casing $700. Mitchell, Model K 30 horse power, 5 passenger, fully equipped and new tires in rear $500. Overland, Model 41, 40 horse power, newly- painted, new top, next Letter from Mrs. WInf leld Dana, Augusta, Me. Augusta, Mew "Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound has cured ta lackache, headache, and the bad pain I had in my right side, and I am perfectly welt" Mrs. WnraxD Daxa, E.F.D. Mo. 2, Augusta, Me. - for me, aa I was a nervous wreck when I began taking it. I shall alvraya apeak a good word for it to my friends. "Mrs. Jona & Thowson, Box J, Newport Center, Vermont. Letter from Mrs. J. A. Thompson, Newport, Vt' Newport, VK "I thank you for the great benefit Lydla E. Pinkham'a Vegetable Compound has done me. I took eight bottles and it did wonders Letter from Miss Grace Dodds, Bethlehem, N.H. is bed every month. sweeping carpets, washing, I got all ma down. I was Com-pou- In I' ' JNO. 0. REID, Sales Agent, CO., N.H.' By working very hard, Ironing, lifting heavy baskets of clothes, etc, Bethlehem, ick lv ' -.- h FOR THE JUNICLAS AUTO M0IILE CINCINNATI. 0. " This last Spring my mother got Lydla E. Pinkham's Vegetable for me, and already I feel like another girl. I am regular and do not have the pains that I did, and do not have to go to bed. I will tell all ay friends what the Compound is doing for aae." Box IM, Bethlehem, N.MV Miss QaUcn B. Bonos, MsiMl' MtUH We. 60, A- - .- Uaeeta Lett ,,.- -. lint1 . mi Mtk flrrt m4 tnlrs o., who Bobrt W. Hour, LswrtactTlBt, bad btes bothered with kids? ferrabl lor two yeui urn "I irl tin literal Mj klsAi of kidney pUU but wits no Btlfbbor tola M It im TeUj Xidsty PlHfc I took tkrot bottlci of Uxa, tad fot a ptf iMt csr I rocMMMBf (tea to OTtrj- - rllt Jf. B. OsaysMsr, Mtaftn as Thsst. Far SO Tears Lydia B. Ptekluam'ft YceteM CenMUBclfaas been the standard remedy fer fe- bum. JNeoaesJek with weasaa'a allBteata Jasajee to herself wke will set try this fe-Bmicise, saaoe ireea roots aae rue, n i se asaay aw lenaa weaaea te keatta. Write to LIBIA E. P1MKH1M MEMCIHECO. r. (CONFILfESTUL) LYNN, HAMU for advice. rear letter will Iia ninawl. nad nmwaraJ fcy ft weeaaa and held la sUlet wafUUaoe. I paid for suckling mule colts. He sold to S. S. RalU another mule denier of that place, three suckling mule colts for $050. Mr. W. C. Mastic, of Bourbon count" nurchas- ed Inst week three fine brood mitres in Madison for which he paid $1,000. Mr. Musiie secured one each from General HInck. Alex Gihbs nnd Par- iish Bros. Thee nnimnls were high cln-brood mnres, ns the price paid indicates. The Lancaster Record snvs: Mr. Jacob Y. Robinson left Tuesday for Butler. Gn., where he will remain until Jan. 1st, when he will go to Columbia, Ga., for the remainder of the winter. Ho will engage extensively in the hnndling of mules. Mr. Robinson will be followed shortly by his brothers J. Fleece and George D., who will endeavor to seek out n suitable location, in Georgia, and if they succeed in findinu u suitable location, they too will send their winters in that state, nnd will also be joined by their motheT, Mrs. Jane We arc ad to state that Kobmson. all of thee gentlemen will continue to retain their citizenship in and call Lancaster their homes. Dr. Wiley's noted "poison sqund" is to be imitated in tests upon the horses nnd cattle of tho Government's experimental farm, near Md. "Sulphured oats" nnd other treated grains, the food value of which is causing, a controversy between the pure food authorities nnd the grain men of the Middle West will be fed to the animals for a short period and upon tbe result probably will depend about $30,000,000 a year. s that h a record-break- er for pile.- - Eclipse Shoes for Men $3.50 and $4 a pair W. E. PERKINS Crab Orchard, Ky famous May Man ton line. You will find no . better in quality and style at in Patents, View, Velvets, Gun Metals Etc. We handle the We have just received our Fall shoes Tin '1 m vn &l w w I right prices. ; fcwjgw PrttH-HUB- tlK, ud positively forbid anv huntinr or fishing upon our premises: W. F. Semonis. Wm. J. Beck. Fred VonQrnenignn, G. Baumann, Chas. T. Willson, Ed Gooch. We, whose names FtfllflSM. are signed Hughes, Martin & Co. Stanford. Ky. V 't . .,-- . THC WITEIHW JtWWIAL, STANflRf. KEWTUCKYTUEWAV. fCfTEMfCW 17. 1112. 1 ' See SEVERANCE'S School Shoes, School Hose, School Ginghams and Percales Before You Buy. House Full of New Goods. J Personal and Social. Your attention is cnlled to tho J. T. Embry of tho State Audiltcrtlm Ends is the jruest of tor's office, spent Sunday with tho display of pattern hats. Friday, 75-'JOth. Mrs. J. C. Lvnn. hoinefolk'f. Miss Mollic Wnldcn, at Danville. Miss Grnro Ilray has Teturncd JihIko J. N. Menofti?, Jr., 1a in Fur land surveying cnl! on M. C. Jsckxcn this week on legal business. home from Louisvillr, where she has Newlnnd, Koute 1, Sennford, Ky., or J. II. Saunders bus boon quite ill been visiting Miss Dnisy Ventcb. nt bis homo on Dnnvillo nvenue, for Mr. Hen llobinson nud Miss Fan- phone him nt 30 W. Crnb Orchard. ' dnyH. nie Tinder, of Lancaster, drove over Miss biiin Ilnmill, f Lnnrniiter for a short time Friday. of On December 14, tho women took tbo train licro Sntunlny for .Mr. I'nul Nuckols has returned to church will hold lirodlicixl to viit Alius KobcrtH. I'iiievillc, after n visit to his sister, tho Presbyterian their annual Har.anr Mr. 13. T. l'cnec nnd Mr. Harry Mrs. Huys Foster. Hill nrc Ditcnilini; several weekn in Misses Martha Wallace and PauGood Wbito Gjrl Wanted Pertlic south ttrosrH-fititiK-. who have been visiting Mr. Will Coffey nnd Mnt. CIiiih. line Jones, Mr. W. 1. Grimes nnd manent home nnd good wage. 73-Hox 272. Heck, of McKinncy were here Fri-iln- their nnele, fnmily returned to Knnsns City, Mo. week. A. 11. Dychc has taken tho Minn Mamie Perkins, of Somerset last Kobcrt If. Coffey came homo from at London nnd appointed his barf been tha rccc.t iructit of Mrs. Lnwrencehurg Sunday and wus givC. C. (Jooch. as assistant. Mnson'H degrco by bon Mr. and Mrs. Hiehnrd Hamnton, en tho Mnstcr No. CO, Mond- n- night. Lincoln Lodge Extensive improvements arc beof Lebanon Junction enme Saturday Mr. John Ilrigho hns returned ing made in Ituffnlo Springs cemeto upend hcviTal dayn with relative brother, tery with n professional landscape Mis Kmnm Hnya, the 1. J.'s valu- home nfter a visit to his ville, ed Kociety and pernonnl reporter is Mr. Utiuh Ilrigbt at Thomas artist in charge of the work. He is 'homo with n blight On. conflncd to her J. It. Speed, of Iouisville. Drives Mrs. Maggie Lvnn, bos returned and walks are being laid out in the attack of appendicitis. she from cemetery Miti Lillie McCiurv linn returned home visiting Danville, where Mrs. Jins western part of the Lobeen grounds and the ground laid off-i- u to Knoxville, niter a visit to her gan Wood. her daughter, hihter, Mrs. Mnttic Xcvius and attractive shape. Mrs. 11. J. Mclloberts has returnber brother, Mr. J C McClury. The 25th of September is the last Mr. and Mrs. Sam Kads, and chil- ed home from Nashville where she day for filing nil claims ngainst the dren, of Lancaster, are the quests been veiling her mother, Mrs. ' county except turnpike claims. G. of Mrs. Kails' parents, Mr. nnd Mrs. . Mr. and Mrs. James Harris J. H. Lanier. Monticello Outlook. returned from their bridnl trip have H. Cooper, Clerk Lincoln Counts-Courtand Mrs. C. T. Ilruniinett, of LancasHubter, lias been visiting ber sister, will reside with his mother nt Society (Mrs. W. M. Stout, here for several ble until they build n home of their The Ladies' Missionary own, whieh is being planned. days. of the llnptist church will meet nt Mrs. W. J. Collins, of Richmond. the church Friday nfternoon, the Mrs. John H. Shanks has returnCollins, nnd ed here after u pleasant visit to Dr. and Mrs. PLclps 20th, nt three o'clock. Mrs. J. F. Grand Junction Cummins, Secrctnry. 11. nnd J. M. Owens at Mrs. Jnmea Kritx, of C. visiting Mrs. HiehSomerset She will leave shortly to Co., have been join her husband nt Columbus, On. nrd Cobb, near Danville. Estrny fow has been in my corn Mrs. W. L. McCnrty, who has been fiiJd two weeks. Ownnj can get The following invitations have been in Lexington hospitnl for the past issued: Mrs. Iielnnd invites you to ?nme nfter paying for keep nnd showing improvement, this ndv. J. A. Carter, II. F. D. 1. meet Miss Hromfield Wednesday. two eks, is icr many friends will be giud to Phone 53-- lt September eighteenth, four to six. Misses Anna and Carrie Miller, of know. Mr nnd Mrs Thomas Shanks, of J. F. Hooper, out on llural Ifontc Lancaster, nnd Mr. Itobert Esehns, (!n., who nrc here visiting No. 3 brought to this office one of nnd Mis Clara .Miller, of Charles- Atlanta, New went to ton, Wet Vn., are guests of Mr. and relatives and friends, several days the InrgCh Irtr-I-i potatoes seen in Castle Fridny t. spend a long time. The potnto was plantMrs. J. I). Wenren. with his sister, Mrs. II. K. Hourne. ed on the 30th of Mnv. and made n Mr. nnd Mrs. J. F. Neighbors, of god crop. It weighed over 20 Livingston, passed through here last ounces. Friday on their wnv home. They had been to Louisville attending the The Danville Electric Light nnd GOOD ADVICE Stntc Fair.H. Power Comnanv hns been sold to George Harris, of Birmingham II. C. Wood, n Chicn"o capitalist Aln., was here nnd nt Lancaster for who is buying up central Kentucky several days the home lento Mrie This Newto Mr. Harris is with one of folks. companies of this character. now the L. & Lady CU4 She fttrtwef N.'s moat valued employes in the Mrs. S. J. Tatem. the Crab OrchkesdML south. ard milliner has gone to Louisville Mrs. W. C. Shanks who has been to buv her fall and winter hats. She Kewbnnr. All "For more than a quite ill nt n Louisville hospital, is year." writes Myrtle Cothrum, of thio much better, and will soon be able will have n beautiful display this place, "I Buffered with terrible palm in to return home, ber friends will be season nnd invites nil the ladies to mj back and bead. I bad a sallow glad to know. She underwent n come nnd see them. complexion, and my face was covered serious operation, but rallied nicely Money Back Catarrh Remedy. with pimples. Oar family doctor only nnd is well on the wny toreeovery. Dosing the stomach won't kill gave me temporary relief. Mr. T. H. Stephenson, of Punta A friend or xslse atfrtwa me to try Coida, Fin., is visitiicr his sister, Catarrh germs. Neither will sprays, Cardui. so I began taking It, at once, MUs Pattie Stephenson, of this douches snuffs or ointments. The quickest way tj kill germs is and with the best reaulU, for I was city. Ftoiu here they will go to Lexlungs the My ington to make their brother Mr. to breathe deep into the cured after taking two bottles. HYOMEI. mother and my aunt baTe also used D, M. V. Stephenson nnd sister, Mrs. vaporized air of Booth's passes over As this antiseptic air T. F. Christerson a short visit. Cardui and were greatly benefited. the sore infested with catarrh germs I shall slways praise Cardui to sick it not only destroys them, but heals and suffering women." Short Local News. Cardui is a purely vegetable, perthe inflamed membranes nnd stops fectly harmless, tonlo remedy for woFor Sale. House nnd lot inJ the discharge of mucus. men, and will benefit young and old. Then hawking, spitting, snuffling, Its Ingredients are mild herbs, hav- Morclnnd; all neccssnry outbuildings crusts in nose nnd feul breath will gentle, tonlo effect, on the wo- place well wntered, cistern nt door. ing a disappear, nnd vile, disgusting Cap manly constitution. Mrs. Addio Jennings.Morelnnd. Cardui has helped a million women tarrh will be conquered. back to health and strength. A complete HYOMEI outfit, which If you know of tho real value of Have you tried It? If not, please Cbainherlain's Liniment for lame back includes a hard rubber inhnler, only to. It may be Just what you need. soreness of the muscle?, sprains nnd costs $!. Extra bottles, if nfter-wurneeded, 50 cents nnd G. L. N. B. WriU fa; U4W AJvtoarv Dtr.. puttt-po- t rheiimntio pains, you should never Mfdkln. Co., Chattanooga. Tn.. far Sptctal book. Hen Traataut wish to ho without it. For sale by Penny is authorized to refund your jruiruttumt. ani monev if disrntisfied. t Waara," Ml la sum vtaasw, rejuaaU G. L. Penny. Mis 1. Ad-dic- ss y. 4. Vnn-nrsda- le. Met-dnmc- s 75-2- p. Itcad the ad of the great Hang To The Farmers or Lincoln County circus to he hciu on the 28th. It's We will have our annual corn show n great big show nnd will undoubtsome time in November nnd will offer edly draw n big crowd. some nice premiums on both white und yellow corn, so you can have Why arc Sue Bennett Memorial your eyes turned ni that drrcctnon school graduates always successful? Will publish the premium list soon Hecanse they acquired character as und nam the time. With the very well as ability. best wishes, your truly, State Bank . CG-1- 0. Sue Bennett Memorial School Admittedly one of the VERY BEST Schools In the FIVE SCHOOLS IN 0Mt,-HI- GH SCHOOL, NORMAL GRADED SCHOOL. SCHOOL OF MUSIC, COMMERCIAL 'ij j Stite. dHOOL SCHOOL J. C. LEWIS, Principal, Lt-dt- n, Ky. & Trust Co. , desirable residence with ttorc room nnd nil necessary improvements, nenr depot. Good location. For further particulars see Hughes & McCarty, Stanford, For Sale. A For OulintM. s tlon two Dr. M.I ti. m conctlpa-"jxutl- o Tablets. Ivy. LVCAI COBSTT. f 1. CMtntT tnakra catn Co.. ol tti Orm ot ". ). CHtitT bunlnm in the City ot ToMo. County and SUt atorrukl. and tn nld Arm will par U turn ot ONE HUNDRED UOLLAHS tor rch and rvrry rM ot CiTOKK thmt cannot De currd brlMUtol UAU.1 CATtKRII CIRC. FRANK j.citr.Nr.v. Swora to btore me and uburriDrd In mi prntnee. urn (IB dir ot IXrcmbtr. A. V.. Hit. A. W. OLnASO.V, i i K0T4RT ItBUC. f J UU'a Caurrh Cure b Ulrn mttrnillr and aru upon the Mood and muroua turlan ot toe dlrrrtlr itittm. Send tor ttlmonUi. trre. CO. Toledo. O F. J. CHENEY Sold br all Drun lata. Jit. 'lake UaU'i Famur F1IH tor tonttpatloo. Sim or omo Crrr or louso. nut partofr tilt tt The implicit confidence that many people have in Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy is founded on their experience in the remedy nnd their knowmint Use of that doliut ledge of the inniiy remarkable cures , , Ul UUIil, UltllillUltt r F f. .1 f v n t .. ..wlm nnr is bus affected. Penny. Harvey For sale by n . .1 UUU .n 1 UJSCllliJ UJtlt .1 . (r. .. G. L. " S. MeCutchen 42, Commissioner, und a prominent democratic politician, died nt his farm near Bowling Green Sat Ex-Pris- "LOOK Fall Is Coming ! .. K,( M urday. PUBLIC SALE Joe Wieland, Wnynesburg, Ky 1,000 feet of second class boxing, 8, 10 nnd 12 feet lone;. 73-p. For Sale. I will on Friday, Sept 27, 1912, HER FRIEND'S Wanted to Rent. Good piano for highest and best bidder the following three months. Apply at this office. property, Farm improvements from a pitch73-fork to a hay baler, wagons, cultivators, all necessary implements for T.ist. Turn cnlves. treiehinp nbout a 500 acre farm. colored, 350 pounds npiece; Jersey 15 mules, 2 colts, 20 bead of one dehorned; brand on rig lit hip ol horse stock, consisting of farm each. Reward for return to E. T. mares, 10 cows and calves, 30 stock p Pence. hogs, 3 or 4 good second hand vehicles, 1 cart, 3 riek of Mrnw, 75 Insure with the leading com- acies of growing corn fodder will panies. Fish ft Iremlev represent nlso be sold; many other things nJt mentioned will be included in the them. All lines. snle. Ibis will be nn all day sale with For Sale Rhode Island Red bens nt 75c nnd 50c; also White Guineas dinner on the ground. on day of Terms made known at $1 apiece. One good bone cutter nnd one vegetable cutter at $3. Mrs. sale. 75-James Messer W. J. Edmiston, Crab Orchard. 748 to-w- it: 2. 73-24t at my home on the Hustonville pike, ono mile from btanford, sell to the and your low shoes are now about worn out. Come in and let us show you the new Tan, Drop Toe, Calf, Patent and Gun Metals. Fall line now complete in lasts and sizes. Come and look 'em over. English Last. It will please you. We also have the new Glazed Sam Robinson Stanford, Kentucky tie 75-8- ds Gives an Unparalleled Sensation in Spectacle Selling GeU Spectacles Penny's, The Rexall Store aid Glasses Fitted te Yetr Eyes by The Ladies' Aid of the Christian church will serve a delightful lunch Some Interesting Facts. Reoardina in the lecture room nt the church Health Statistics on Friday, Sept. 20th. It is earnestly requested that every woman Few people realize to what extent who is a member of the Christian their health depends upon the con nil day meeting church nttend this dition of the kidneys. nnd help with the work. The physician in nearly all cases of serious illness, makes a chemical of analysis of the patient s unne. He Mount, Mr. nnd Mrs. John Lancaster, have the sympathy of knows that unless the kidneys are n host of locnl friends and loved doing their work properly, the other ones in the death of their baby, who organs cannot be brought back to was born last week nnd lived but a health and strength. When the kidneys are neglected few hours. The remains of the little one were brought here nnd lnid or abused in any way, serious re to rest in Huflnl.i Sprin? Cemetery. sults arc sure to follow. According to health statistics, Brigbt's disease The ladies nrc invited to attend which is really an ndvnnced form of my opening Friday 20th. Mrs.J. C. kidney trouble, caused nearly ten 75-thousand deaths in 1910, in the Lynn. state of New York nlone. ThereJoseph Votes, who lives on the fore, it behooves us to pay more atthe health of these most Snm Cnstello place on tho Danville tention to organs. important pike sustained n serious injury last An ideal compound that has bad week, when he got careless around remnrkablo success as n kidney a feed cutter and lost the index fin- remedy is Dr. Kilmer's Swamp-Roger on his right hnnd. Tho digit was the great kidney, liver and bladder before he knew remedy. neatly shaved off what had happened, but he will be The mild and healing compiled to carry tho hand in a this preparation is soon influence of realized. It .linu for some time to come, and nt stands the highest for its remarkan time of tho year when the fann ble record of cures. ers are nil mighty busy. If you feel that your kidneys require attention, nnd wish a sample bottle, write to Dr. Kilmer & Co., Binghnmton, N. Y. Mention this pa per nnd they will gladly forward it to you absolutely free, by mail. Swamp-Rois sold by every druggists in bottles of two sies 50c and $1. 1. ot ot A WARNING TO MANY 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. I Ov Expert Opticiai for $1.00 r Mere. IKovJngPJctnreShow Don't Fall t The new movint nirlnra how will open at tho GEM ThurcdkV aVAninar SaleBeginsFriday,Sept.l3 AND CONTINUES In ti iaaaaaaaa .aaarBaaaHtuk ONE WEEK. ThemtOT- - NoChargefor Examination $1.00 Penny offer. To introduce "Clero Lenses" to you in un attractive mnnner. Our expert Opticians fit your eves with required, at 50 per cent, lower tbau elsewhere. cxuclly the Penny always gives bis patrons the benefit of every possible saving and that's bow you can buv Glasses here for tbo next week for 50 per cent off. A Genuino s Sept. 17, at 730 o'clock. Tho boat show ia this part of the country. An educa tion and a fine annuement Change of picture every day. 3,000 feet of beautiful pictures for 10c (UMMINS fi EaREN Stanford, Kentucky Home of H. S. M. All Wool Clothe Twi Sktws Eick Nick 730 te 930 r pre , a t twm t- - , w Pw m. - m m. - THE INTERWI JWIALj tTAWFtWt, KENTUCKY. TUCHfAV lTrwa 17 2. Br"' ",flM GOD'S HERBS & ROOTS CLOSE TO THE PEOPLE During the 42 years of its existence thii bank has nlwnyH endeavored to keep cloe to the peoplo of Stanford nnd their best U rIiowii by its steady growth nnd the large number of lovnl depositors. We hne a service for every man, woman nnd child in Lincoln county, and we want n part in building up the financial interests of MORE people. That) in eludes you, and a checking nccount will open the way. " Zeeeeb-VFeIbeb- iivvbeebveba. eV .V Cure Diseases, The Bible says so, & it is being proven every day by the Cow Boy Herbalist My. Interest. That it has interceded THE Lincoln County National Bank Surplus Resources Capital $100,000 Corner Next $100,100.00 $500,000 To Court Hoou CHARLIE I:' WHITEMOON, Jim Woods Inst week sold to R. C. Arnold a beef cow, at 3 4 cent's n pound. W. P. Kincnid sold n crack 3-four-jear-o- ld Wyfffiyw?T I lwRtCHM0M0.KY. Mighty Haas. Shows 200 Horses. America's Metropolitan Shows. Unapproachable in Grandure. All powerful ud mighty hi magnitude 2 Rings, 2 Stages, Roman Hispfrnie. The Monarch of Circusdom. 500People, 100 Great Acts Cake Walking and Dancing Horses. Herds of Elephants, including the musical Pachyderm. 25 Merry Making Clowns that delight old and young. 10 Horseback Riders. 10 High Class Aerialists. Komko Troup. Marvelous Japanese Acrobats. Most Complete Show Ever Seen. Most Gorgeous. Elaborate and Expensive FREE STREET PARADE S71M1 W. Broatway, Lomisvllle, wnlking saddle horse to Sam M. Owens, of McKinnev Inst u-- e Hus-tnnvil- lo A Training Herts. Deep down In every human heart Ilea a NATURAL deslro for NATURE'S medicine. Roota Too long have the secrets of nature heen neglected, too long have people disregarded Ood'a promise. Modern doctor think only of "operations" & strong drugs, while human suffering ft deaths from disease Increase rapidly every year. Health is natural, disease unnatural. My yearsof of experience as a Cow-bo- y Roota Herbs as medicines, & knowledge of the ft among the Indians give me a peculiar fitnessPoison, Lung Trouble, powers Bladder,ftLiver, Female ft Skin Kidney, my remedies have cured & are curing Blood diseases, Rheumatism, Dropsy. Catarrh, Nervous ft Stomach Troubles that were pronounced Incurable by the asking. to the best doctors. I want to PROVE this COW-BO- world & to any oneabsolutelyI will mall the greatest book of its HEnBALIST," free. If you are not enjoying ALL kind ever published, entitled "THE the blessings of perfect health, your duty demands that you INVESTIGATE MY CLAIMS. All letters of composed of t6 Roots '& Herbs, is the name of my great TONIC, makes ? full quarts of medicine, lasts about 3 montht, costs only one dollar 6- is LEGALLY GUARANTEED is sold BY ALL DRUGGISTS & DEALto satisfy THE PURCHASER or money refunded. ERS IN MEDICINE for the nert'es. stomach, liter, kidneys, bowels, bladder & blood. A household remedy if your druggist hasn't got it or won't get it, I WILL FILL most excellent. Ask for COM-CEL-SA- R BODY-BUILDE- R, COM-CEL-SA-R COM-CEL-SAYOUR-ORDER- Inquiry promptly answered. from J. II. Floyd, this side of Hustouville, for which ho paid $200. Out at the Robinson sale Inst Thursday L. II. Brown sold n nice driving irmre to A. P. Sloan, for week, for $150. Mr. Owens will tho iinimnl on his farm. J. II. Murphy, out on the pike, five miles from lovtt, bough! n couple of extra mule colts School for Teacher Cnart l.4ltf U KtniaUf t UWnMJUtwtttXtf. auw Or lift ft Villi let ftlt PmbIIt Ppvwl.i afcooU Of EfBtwkr, 1 1 B?TJf prw I. ulwl, ftw m11 Mbflol, frtlfteol,4'rftntt-facTt-lM- . VT rri. trtl.Ut u if T0atm4lttr nn!-- !, lhrl. Ta April rtif!(i c...,..r T ffrtfiftstani. rvmtl T, J fji CRA1H) Prr.MrB, '''' c. l" " ..niMVtT T"1'1 Tw JiMrf Mw-- I t l, "! bill tU J. r; r. ru n rt I to 9JA - SCIENCE SOPE is made of PURE VEGETABLE OILS FOR HUMAN SKIN ONLY, guaranteed to satisfy or money refunded, xoc or 3 bars i$c at all dealers, Retail, who are supplied thru all wholesale dealers. POSTAGE PAID. CHARLIE WHITE-MOON'- S . HERE'STHEHOG taKAjM MSBJlisSRsViBflssBBlEV BOURBON REMEDY CO.. Lexington, Ry Enclosed find photo of ho that was cored of cholera with your Boorboo Ho Cholera Rem-d- r. This bos was almost dead bjfore nitei the medicate, and then was entirely cured, except loss of ears, ,tail, etc. The ho Is owned by Mr. Bkues Swing-- of Bowling Green. Ky. He wlU be glad to give you a testimonial, and we can get sereral more I ( y ou want them. JENKINS-SUBLETT DRUG CO.. Bowling Green. Kr. For Sale. 15 Common Sense hemp brakes; all in ood repair. T. 72-- 3 A. Rice sow came to my place Aug. Large Ikt. Owner enn get same by paying for this ad and her keep. John Powell. Moreland, Ky., K. F. D. 1. For Sale. One nice, coming three. yeur old, Peacock filly, beuutifll buy with two white feet and star; good bizc. Cull on or address, Mrs. Sim 8t-Owens, Moreland, Ky.. p. Ask Your Druggist tor It FARM AND STOCK NEWS J. Sale, of horses, mules, brood mares and cattle. For Sale. 15,000 tobacco sticks A. Givens. McKinnev, Ky. ewes, A. T. J. II. Bauirlmian has reserved the date of Oct. lid fur his Third Annua! For Sale 150 extra nice just in from the mountains. 67-- tf Nunnelley. For Sale. Aberdeen Angus cattle both sexes; mules from colts to four year olds; thoroughbred boars R. II. Crow, ready for hervice. Shelby City, Ky, Ky., phone- 8 two f. rings, Junction Ex. Fstray. Poland China sow; reward for return to M. S. Buukuumu. For Sale. Loose hay $13 per ton A. W. Carpenter, .Morelnnd, Ky. Jersey For sale, a three-quartcow, fiue fur milk and butter. A stripper now. Come and look, Price $50. A. Q. Faulkner, Ilichland. Kv. Gli-ter Kent. My farm of 250 ucres 35 ucres for corn, 30 for wheat or oats, 50 acres hi meadow, Also has good baluneo in grnss. dwelling house, barn mid nil outbuildings. For fin titer information address Mrs. Geo. Lognn, Stnnford, Ky., Wexl Mam street. 4tf Every stock buyer in Lincoln and most of them i nthe surrounding counties reads the Interior Journal. You ran cover five counties completely by advertising your sale in it. my to Estray There came place 7 hogs, three weighing about 100 pounds each, and the other four are pigs. The owner can get them by paying for expenses and damage I. J. Jones. done. For Sale. Near Stanford, well improved '200 acre blue "rnss farm, good two story house biir stock barn with 3ilo, plenty of everlasting spring water. For further information tee and write Adolph YonGrue-nisnStanford or Fred VonAIImun, 34 mid Bank street, Louisville. Ky. The James Meser sale of farm tools, mules hoe-- , cows, etc., will take place at the Pink Cottage, one mile from Stanford on Hustouville 75-pike, (Friday, Sept. '27. For Sale. 11 cattle and 2 veurs old. 7 steers and 4 heifer?., 1 good old farm hor.-c-, woilc nny where, gentle for women to drive. Call on me at Highland, Ky. J. S. Young 75-- For n, 4t 4. child rct ? .-- Planning the o. UJ ft A 'i ji rwa 1 m , sssssjnsi ,"" Baaaaaas9seafRcasBBBBBBBMiLiiI BaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaHaHk7jeaA aaaaaaaaaSPvrl. J' f" (eaaaaT mcff i i (car iPJ vjf ml ';. I- - aaaaaaaaW5!aaaaatasWaawaw'f BV p aasswiMs?s-wp- i fucatoii is easy when W. C. Shanks will sell 50 head of mules, brood mures and Jer.-eys-. 73-Oct. 1, 1912. Kinnnird Bourne sold u nir of mare mules to Mont" Fox for $405.25. J. C. Fos, Lancaster's, big stock trader, has been in Pulaski county during the past 'week, buying nnd shipping cattle, and other stock, both from Somerset and Burnside. W. R. Cook bought four old mules from Virgil GnsUueau for G!)0 and 4 head of hybrids from Center Bros., at $700. N. K. Tunis, the Boyle real estate denier sold for Mrs. Hniris Craig her farm of 100 ucres on the Lexington pike. Mr. Hen King bought it at $87.50 nn acre. VT. B. Burton, of Lancaster, shipper u carload of horses and mules to the Wilson Live Stock Co., at Wilson, N. C, during the past week, the following being u few of his purcltu'.es: rroin tenter Hros.. a pair of mule for $350; from a trader at Loudon, 3 hybrid nt $170, $100 and $200. T. C. llaukiii is' still on the for good hybrids, now having 50 head in his drove. He bought j head of 4 and 5 year olds from Sweeney Morgan nt $150 each; and n mare mule from Wilson Alexander at $145 n head. 1). F. Kaukiii bought 4 mules from Lee Itaukin nt $135 each. A big improvement is noted in the cvrn and tobacco crops of Kentucky according tothe September report of Commissioner of AgriuUltuie Newman. Corn is 92.8 per cent, compur-with8L- 5 lust August. Dark tobac co i 81. C and hurley 87.5, u big increase. These crops bring in $88,- 000,000 of the $110,000,000 average valuo of Kentucky crops. President Will II. Shnnks, of the Lincoln County Nutional Bunk, left lust week for Columbus, Ga where ho will spend some time looking after the mule and horse business he bus built up iuthe south. Although handicaiiped by the death of one of the partners, hi firm handled u big southern trade last season. Center Bros., of upper Garraid, exported a enr loud of cattle to Crawford, Lugelbach, Wages and Co., Cincinnati, on last Saturday from Point Leavcli. There were !I0 head weighing from 900 to 1.000 pounds, the following being some of their purchase1? for the consignment: Fiom William Smith 13 head of ,! cattle at 5 cents; five d head of cnttlo from Jack Ilulett at 4 4 cents; 4 head of 1,100 pound steovs from Bob Boiirno nt same: and 8 head of 1,200 pounders from local traders nt $0 per hundred. 0. l.OOO-poiin900-poun3-- A Baraaln 131 acres of tine bluo grass land, 4 mile fiom pike. All in grass except 25 ncies. 3 room cottage, porch you've a banK account The whole of their Future Is made clear when you huve the necesusry Open u special account money. while they are yet joutig. You owe it to them, as well ns to i.oureIfi to fave. You tire respon- ibl- e- they nre helpless depending on you. Open that account this day. etc., tobacco and stock bam 80x30 Tenant house, new wire fence, all buildings in good repair, well fenced 50 bearing apples trees, never failing water. Prion $07.50 per acre. HUGHES & McCARTY. J.L.Beazley&Co 3Cyy7ij tx ryTlvvj 1 j VessJ I w R llty neighborhood, told an Interior by the head. Journal man the other day that ho J. 11. Floyd, this side of new recently sold two mare mule intends to continue putting colts by W. II. Murphy's jack for ground in alfalfa each season until $200. Frank Bobbitt nlso sold one he has his entire farm in the proby the same jack to W. M. Brown duction of this profitable hay. He had 20 ncres in alfalfa last senoii for $105. M. C. Floyd, of the Saufley section nnd is preparing five more ncies at out on the Somerset pike, sold to the present .time. He uses grent of the Marshall & VanMeter, of Winches- - care in the preparation " consequence, nlwnys ter Court Day a bunch of 14 cattle ' Kro,"ul " at 5.10 a hundred. Thev weighed 'eN a good original stand. He says there is nothing he can raise on his ibout 800 pounds each him more T. A. Rice, out on tho Danville farm which will return pike, sold a couple of heart' 1,100 profit ns he cuts from seven to eight feeders to lko Shelby last week for; tons per acre a season, nnd gets $20 4 cents a n ton for it. which he will get fi Cashier W. M. Bright, of the Linpound. They will be delivered on tho 15th of October, at which time coln County National Brink. U nn. other scientific Lincoln farmer who thev will bo weighed up, Mountain, is rapidly increasing bis acreage in lias Allen, of Kin-rbought a sow and pigs from Corey nlfalfa. He has recently prepared Francis of the same community, for, four ncres. Ho first gave each acre treatment of four tons of crush which he paid $20. From Mrs. Car-.- " rier he bought u bow for l'd limestone; then put on Tennessee ipuospiinie ami niter Hint tliorongli- $0.50. ly inoculated the land with inocnl L. P. Thompou of the Preachers ville neighborhood, paid Sum Auder-ko- n Hon light from the l S. department ins analla was $7.50 a hundred for 1G extra in. agriculture, nice grazers. He also got u dozen then planted and is up now and do of the same kind of beeves from ing nicely. Arthur Coffey, the hustling young Schooler, of Garrard, at the same son of biiuire . A. Coffey, near figure. J. 11. Goggin, the Hubblo mule nuj Jlchinney, took u pen ot his thorstock buyer, purchased two coming oughbred Barred PI mouth Rick chickens to the Somerset fair lat mules und one hybrid from Oashier W. M. wek, and took the blue ribbons over competition. There were more Bright, of the Lincoln County National Bank, luts week. Mr. Goggiu entries in the arred Rock classes than any other vnrietv of fowl til the will ship them south. Frank Smith, who bus iust sold show. Mr. Coffey has several pros his farm to John (S. Lynn, last ueck pecthe blue ribbon winners on hand now, but of full growth. He ts delivered 45 ewes to B. D. Holtz-clato enter them at tho Louisville for which he got $4 a head. Mr. Smith has sold quite u quan- Poultry show this winter. He has tity of Red Fultz seed wheat this lust received an order from a poul-ti- y fancier in Alabama for live exseason. He sold 90 bushels, to Mr. Lynn tit $1.25 a bushel, and has hibition pullets which will be exhidisposed of about 300 bushuls in bited at the Alabama state fair. Mr. Coffey leaves this week for Lexingall this season. The Scott Bros, in the Goshen ton where he will take a special section, added to their farm holdings course in agriculture ut the State this week when they bought 71 ncro University. I. W. West, iiNo out on the river, of land from Dan Traylor ut $00 an acre. There arc no iiiiproicineuU has been doing some scientitic farmon the property but the laud nil lies ing this year, and is making his land well and will make a nice addition Meld its fullest under caieful man to their already comtoi table farm. ageiant. He sowed 13 ncres in bar-lThe Fulton. .Vo., Gazette said last fiom which he derived iiboitt. week: R. L. Hubble, of Lancaster, $.10 worth of grazing anil sold $325 Ky., u kinsman of Lee brothers, of wotth of barley, lie then planted u Mexico, was in Fulton stock bales corn crop on the same tract, which dya looking for u load of cotton is now looking mikltty fin A .burl mules und succeeded in buying five. lime ago he sowed barley a second Ho told u representative of the Ga- time, which is now up on will make zette that too many local mule buy- a crop soon after the corn has been 'follows cut, thus practically making three d ers 'were after for him to get all he wanted. ciops off the land this season, Mr, Wilson Alexander, of the Hubble Nest recently sowed 18 acres' of neighborhood, who is buying mules com which he has sold to Pence extensively now for the southern nnd Cordier to be fed down to hogs. uiaiket, paid Solon, of Crab Oich-ur- for $500. All of whihe goes to show $135 for a good cotton mule on that there are no more progressive .Monday. Mr. Alexander has refin men. anywhere than right heie in cently rounded up about 10 feeding Lincoln, mules in Pulaski, which cost him nil average of about $150. Dr. Henry L. Casey, the Danville veterinarian, had to shoot a fine brood mare for Clarence K. Tate County Survayar last week. She had gotten out of General Farm Surveying pasture on the Iliistouwlle pike, his ami inude her way into the cemetery 1 Phone 172, Stttfwd. Kf. grounds. Some one thiew a rock a rock ut her ami broke u leg. Mr. Tate thinks. Anyway, one of her legs was so badly fractured that Dr. Casey thought there was no use in trying to save her. Mr. Tute rained her rery highly. He had been offered $135 for her next foal. in the event it was a mare mule, und her get had ulways brought top She was easily worth $250. 3-100-poufour-year-o- ld ld e. long-eared, which he got $132.50. J. II. Murphy, out on the Ilustou-rill- c J. M. Rankin, of the Hubble secpike, sold to It. I). HolUclaw u tion Inst week bought 22 small graz- bunch of nine hogs, for which he ing beeves from Green Gooclt, of the got $8 a hundred. WTaynesburg section. He paid 5c a Lost Wino coloicd steer; weighs pound for them. about 050 pounds and had horns. G. A. Swinebrond, over near Lancaster, delivered 19 fat porkers to Reward for return to Pool Pcerkins, 7l-2Lancaster. V. A. Lear, the Garrard buyer, ln-progressive W. P. Givcus, the week, for which he was paid 8 cents n pound. They weighed 200 pounds and scientific farmer of the Shelby p. t at 10:30 o'clock morning of Exhibition ever seen. earlier. TWO PERFORMANCES DAILY 2 and 8 P. M. Doors open 1 hour i ALCORN overlook slopping your hogs on shipstufT. Best and most economical feed to start your feeders on. Price $20.00 per ton. We have another shipment ot Alcorn, Price $2 per 100 lbs while the supply lasts. Do not J. H. Are Baughman Phone 11 Stanford. Kentucky. Co. American Realty Co. Advertise your buIo in the I. J. offcrim; biilendid llarcnins in More fanners read it than nny Our other country paper in tho fetnte. Stock und (Irnin Farms. specialties ALFALFA nl-- o Fruit anil Poultry Fnrins, Furnis. We lmo the Fnrins tliey all Wnnt, Locution, Nenr Towns, (lood Schools ,nnd Churchc. fine Climate; excellent Wnter. Send for LMh, Then See lor Yourself. 11010 Dealer In Suiety Hld'b, Jliiskouee. Okln. ltrovl H. B. Northcolt Poultry, Eggs, Produce, Salt, Lime & Cement H. PHONE 153. E. D. Pennington, 52-60- J. C. McClary Stanford, Ky. THERE IS REAL PAINT and also sotut stuff mixed with cheapening; materials that is not worthy of the name. If yo have Fall an1 Winter Sultirw. bad experience with the latter kind Mr new Fsll snd Winter Bsopltt sr. bo In.Mcllon. TUtj coaprls. you don't want another. If jou rtikftr lor n tout wsrVtl. IhS bstt lb. t ctn suit to orhaven't take our advice aid don't ss to prle. who hs4 his clothes Mas twos. your experiment. Buy our real paints der. Alo Nil m.do.lo slothes, mestur. Is then to hsr. ressjr tMdo mad. to BMMurs doesn't cost sor store thsa and save yourself 'disappcKntaeat red- - mid. when ejusllty sad tit Is cossieV vom. ia sua ui me nn roar and money as welL StMfcrtf. Ky. u. o. Bvntr, tu yew-- mi im fg-ur- STATE BANK Capital ISO.OOO. W. L. TRUST CO., Stanford, Ky. tn. Surplus $500 J. D. EADS, Ptm. IN FURNITURE. MAT. .TINO. RUB.r THEV WILL EXCHAN-- E FURNITURE FOR ALL KIND! OF ETOCK. IVE THEM A CALL. FRICE UNDKRTAKEM AND CM. ALMERS. ALIO DIAL-K- FIRI INSURANCE md guitirrY bonds K.atlTXWLAn) STANFORD, KY. UNDERTAKER ANO IMIALMM STANFORD KENTUCKY. IfflM PhMt 117. Hmm PMm K UAUU. r. .1 ii a Jb - LU. C' n -