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C3d YEAR. tf if I J NO. 78 The Interior Journal. STANFORD, LINCOLN ALL DAY CONFERENCE OF WOMEN MISSION WORKERS COUNTY, KENTUCKY, FRIDAY, wW its wIim ttm M Watch the date I AM "WWW PrMHrnYt 3 OUKDED SEPTEMBER 28, 1012, TUESDAYS AND FRIDAH. f J r h r r. CLARENCE TATE TO BUILD BUYS JERSEYS HERE New Methodist Pastor Here Union Services of Welcome Kcv. S. II. Greer, tho new pastor There will be Union Services on HOME ON TOP OF HILL FOR HIS WESTERN RANCH Sunday evening next nt tho Methof tho Methodist church, preached his first sermon Sunday, and pleasodist church. Tho pastors and peoBaptist Ladles Entertain Delegates ple of the ituptist, Presbyterian and C. L. Smart, of Utah, Gets a Load ed ovcryono who heard him. A good Plans Drawn for Model MetlernRee-idenc- e, Wtwtn Whe Killed Husband Gees From LoCal Farmers and To Cost With AppurFrom Over South District As- Disciples church will join in giiing attendance ol the congregation was te Jail Without Ball Couple Also one at Lebanon tenances, Abetit $15,090 present nnd all gave him and his u Iicurty welcome to tho new pastor sedation on Thursday. Were Flffhtlnfl wifo nnd fnraily a cordial welcome. Uov. S. II. Greer. C. L. Smnrt, a prominent farmer Kcv. and Mrs. J. J. Dickey left last The. annual All Duy Confercnco Clnrcnce E. Tate it having ground Danville, Ky., Sept. 21- .- Mrs. MULE COLTS HIGH of Lognn, Utah, was in Lincoln coun- week for their new field at Worth- - brokou on his place on the Huston-idl- e of the Woman's Missionary SocieLnno was held by to ty this week, buyiag a cur load of villc, after making a short visit llelcn Williams ties of South District Association pike, on top of cemetery hill Coulter without Vic Lear Jersey cows which lie immediately their former home nt Pcrryiille. Itev for whut will, when it is completed, Jude GeorKo W. action of tho was held with the society of tho At Lancaster Monday put on hoard tho cars for his far and Mrs. Greer are occupying the be thc handsomest homo in this part bond to nwait the Stanford Unptist church, Thursday, Buys Extra Nice One For $150 on Danville wus says prand jury nt her cxuiniiung trial Tho uttendatico Smit. 'JOth. of the state. He plans to have tho muri:western ranch. He for u that there Methodist parsonage good milk nvenue. i' tt Bicat demand . good in spite of tho disagrccablo this nftcrnoon on the charge of Lane, foundation laid beforo cold weather Lau- Mule colts were brought o husbund, Chnrlcs i thc Jlormon pioducinB bovlnM dering her Tho meeting was presided morning. sets in, and to have it left open, to city Inst In- - taster Monday, court day there, in stnto and ,10 behevw t,mt hu wM DIPTHERIA SCARE in their home in this over by Mrs. J. C. McClury, ViceLOGAN WINS SUIT season and become firm during tho prices nsked when the JDlke (ho ,lerd o jeeyB ho lg day night. President of tho W. M. U., ol tlio droves, mid oegun winter. Then in the springtime the nn uuycrs iirsi uicir roum3 iBnlierjllR very profitable. Mr. As the nssocuitionnl The defense did not introduce To Collect Full Insurance on Hotel ussocintion. sky highs so h.nh that it ccmcdSnmrt boURht ft ,oud ut Ijcbanon At Hustonville Proves Serious and house will be erected. testimony, nnd the commonwealth Leo Curry, of secretary, Mrs. Plans and specifications have been Burned at Crab Orchard Schools are Closed going to bo little trading before coming here, and wus uc- wus absent, Miss Oru there was only four witnesses. The testimony drawn for a magnificent home, toDuring tho compnuicd to Stanford on the young hbrids. was drinkby C. T. aptended to show that Lane gether with all necessary outbuildPostmaster H. II. Logan, of Crth Adams, of llarrodsburg, was Hustonville, Sept. 20. day, however, the owners, saw that Hobon, the hie breeder and farmer ing nnd that Mrs. Lauo enme to tho Orchard, won his suit before the pointed secretary pro. tern. Tho to thoy were asking too much and drop- of Marion county. Thc diptheria scare proved to he ings and appurtenances to make it devotional xereisp were con4anr nml called to bcicrul men thc most complete and commodious Court of Appeals this week tu comped In their demands considerably, Mr. Smart bought a total of 22 something serious. Many doubted imaginable. como and take him out of the house pel the Kentucky Growers' Insur- ducted by Mis. J. II. Jones. When completed the would kill him. The physisociety, so thut trading becamo lively before head in Lincoln, getting them from th- - fact, when pronounced dipUiena outlay for tho place is expected to In behalf of the Stanford or she ance Company to pay him $3,000 exThere was no the following parties and at the However tho Stnto Board of Health tho day was done. K. L. Iteiuhart, cian who made the There on policies ho carried on his hotel tho president, Mrs. renl good prices named; from Jacob Gander, after un examination nnnounccd approach coso to $15,000. amination Kind that one of the which was burned there a year or then lory graciously caio tho ad- haggling howcicr, over the three bedrooms in the resi slutf, and some top prices were tho well known German furmer near that it was the worst kind known. will be which will tharges struck Lnno in the back ol t.o ago. dress of welcome, to which Mrs. J. be equipped also for tho colts that had the town, seven head at $o2.50 each; The schools are all closed and will dence Huston-lill- e finid the head, crushing the skull, ami witii a complete modern waterworks 0 II. Honakcr, president of the Logan insured his hotel for lodged in tho Bido of his trom Adolph Vou Grucnignn, thrte iiiobablv be so for several weeks. system, electric lighting system, responded in n pleas- growth and looks. society, Another with the company and lifter-wnr- d The top figure of the duy was paid miles out on the Hustonville pike, Dr. 15. Carpenter, has charge of the necl: nnd runted downward into the furnace heating, and in fact, every, secured 1 mote insur ing manner. third struck o iNext followed tho reading of the "aid by Vic Lear, tho welt known six head, at $50 a head; from J. W. file patients, one of our most capa- modern M,!. while the convenience and comfort. ance. Afteiwnrd the house burned Garrard Inner, for m very hand- - Haiighman, a mile out on the Somer- ble physicians, ijwticiiig lick on tho shoulder. Mr. Tate also plans to have a gar and the company contended thnt its minutes of the last meeting, and mule colt set pike, four lieud Dr. Ed Alcorn spent last week in age Doth Mr. nnd Mm. Lano had been policy on the house was void by its then the enrollment of tho delegates tome and grow thy - mure at $40; from W. for his motor cars, built in keeparsument for -- 0 ........,1 in.... u.;.. ..ii ....... ..,,,.. i. belonging to bam- Sutton, ot tue C. Shanks, on tho Crab Orchard Cincinnati. Li mi mumated ing with the beauty and symmetry of luuiii because Logan had se- iriviii. .litii ,1117, till ncit.t.- - ... McCrourv faectum of Gurrard Tins pike, just , own ... n. ..c east of town, twa hend nt Gooch, of McKinncy, his home. before the ht.oting occur-ed- cured teims insurance without notice .... minutes ..i Miss Annie other ? Pronounced by al us the I $45; from J. II. Woods, three miles was here for a short time Thursit is said, during which time she to nnd consent to the comnnny. cieties as given by the secretaries. With nvenue of mammoth trees, .. ... It.- - rvuuu ! I. - l -- ..! to which he UCM UUlUiili . suunil uueiiiK " " J uui oh iuu Uln... Tl. iiuuuvttu 4IIV1... uiuiiu V lapped him in the Jnce, . ijick piKe, one ior day afternoon. . , ,. ix; (in. no moie ideal site for just such a Logan contended thnt tho agent iiiu i. no pneo sue urouKui. $45; nnd from J. L. Dcnzley, a mile had Lane d a'liiougu i ottered no resistance. Mr. Hill Spalding camo down from home could be found in this section. of the company hnd advised him to Hero Idle" was well rendered by highest, mule men said sho and a half out pn the Danville pike ' Lern to omcret and brought home take out more insurance on the members of the Stanford choir. Louisville to be with Mrs. Spalding -- " " a couple at $15. L"'' '" a, quantity of liquor, which Mrs. building when it wns completed and An excellent paper on Praier in ENGAGEMENT ANNOUNCED and little Katherine over Sunduy. we "l Mr. Smart says that he can unJ.nnc threw into the yard during tho solicited his patronnge. The com Jlissions was giien by .Mrs. Win. Mr. Mrs. George Bradley were .Monday, ot the purchasing load these nt his ranch in the west guests and Mr. nnd Mrs. Mill btagg on the outside argument. Tho men of pany met this contention with the Scott, or Doniille. .u Of Local Younq Man To Charmlnt .....,..: Tip nltiTiUHMi fcossnii wns oiPn. eiU "one uj itiiiucis ltnliinanfl mill nt a cost each of $7.50 freight nnd lust week. railed to Lane to come outside, and declaration thnt it is a mutunl con.Inn V. ....iim.I - feed, which he hclieics is very Mt. Sterlina Girl. Ids response was that his wife could cern nnd as n member he is bound ed with devotional ciercises con- - 1..... """"" "". Randolph , r. r Messrs. Charls Wheeler, l0"",e ",u a " "" He says that if ho finds Bluiu, Mrs. Will Kiffe, Misses Bessie not kill him with two s, by its but tho court held ducted by Mis Mary Wood, pres- - r,"u,re The Mt. Sterling Gazette this week " l"1"' "L The witnesses said the reason they that when an agent ,,' them as profitable as he anticipates, Worthington, and Ada Alcorn were of the company incut of the Danville society. After '".. which cost them from $iu to $90 contains nn engagement announcehe will return to this section again in Stuntord Thursday afternoon. .i. ii :.i.. did not interfere was the fact thnt solicits and issues additional insur- .. 1....1. .- 1!r- - Hanson will feed them for a few more loads of Jerseys. they feared they might pet shot ance on a building the company is burg 'society, Mrs. J. II. Morgan Mr. and Mrs. Uriah Dunn visited ment which will be of decided inter1'IS fllie flimi, JUst OUt Of Lan- est here, where the groom-to-b- e ,.,. was themselves, ns Mr. Lnno was then responsible, although its t,,... Snlnrnwlim. ..n..nr nn ednesday. Mrs. Bettio Fowler :,. being the second His. brother, J. A Robin i caster. between them and Mrs. Lane. Brodhead , . Miss Mabel Dunn, of Xoblesville, born nnd reared, J may provide that additional insurson of Mr. and Mrs. George Hopper. P"l " n ousy ony, gettin! Mrs. Ijiiio wns composed during ance on a house must be consented !.nv ' " . It wns ., nlP.,.irn o nil Mrs. C. C. Howell is with her hus- Ind.. is visiting Miss Josephine Ol.n Hankins The Mt. Sterling paper said: 1MB nuilll-u- . .! nillli the trinl nnd wns unmoicd by tho to nnd indorsed on the original pol- lirakiini tltct iif fitn band in Livingston this week. niaf o ! tP ,,0"1, liu fow The announcement of the engagedecision of Judge Coulter when bond icy, and tho holder does not sur- Louisiille. Miss C. E. Hunter, who hbr1''13 but "ot man-Miss Elizabeth Storm left last Miss Mary North left Saturday wns refused. She was neatly dress- render any of his rights as policy- fim.1 n inrv inslr.w.tivn nn.l insnir. .voung ones us u.ey iieirriuug week for Dunedin, Flu., where she for a visit to relatives in Pineiille. ment of Miss Garnette Robinson to Hopper was made at aa Prof. W. ed in n pay coat suit. The court- holder by reason of the character of ing talk on various phnses of thn 'which can quickly be made ready for will begin teaching. Mis. John Blnin spent the week elegant O. luncheon yesterday afterroom wns taxed to its tirilest ca- the company. Judge Winn delivered work of the societies. Tho insnira the southern market. Miss Louise Wilson, of Indiana- u: Lexington. which Miss Paulina Judy pacity, and many were turned away. turn she awoke in the hearts of all polis, is with her sister, Mis. T. II. Mis. E. J. Tanner and daughter noon at opinion. BARN AND STOCK BURN her home ou West ivus Among the spectators were many the who heard her, will produce lasting I.ilans for a few days. Miss Ruth, of McKinney were here High hostess at street. No intimation of the women. Tho testimony showed that result" for good. MisS Lela Albright left Saturday Friday nfternoon for a few hours. Bee Lick real significance of the shots were fired while the couAll neic charmed with little Miss Bailey Holtzclaw Sustains Heavy for Mt. Vernon, where she will enter Mrs. Sandy Carpenter visited wns given out until the luncheon The protracted meeting at Proviafter the last ple were in n struggle. By Early Morninq Fire Marjnrie Lynn, one of the Stanford Loss Drown Memorial School. friends nt Moreland Tuesday. dence church closed Inst Sunday Sunbeams, who bnng so sweetly nnd Born, to the wife of Mr. Chns. course when the hostess informally John Itobbius. the n.istmnaior. night, with twenty additions. announced the engagement following EMBAY BEAZLEY The large stock nnd feed barn of with his wife and little daughter W. Adams n twelve pound boy. simplicity "LitMr. Frank Cummins is very low with such child-lik- e which the guests drank to the health B. D. llolticlaw, one of thc best nre vi..ting lelalius 111 L.JIH ilMLI tle Stars.' Mr. Juliuu Kiffe, who lids u po With IllinhtV dUmise. from Flour Mill at Shelby Cltv And Much interest was manifested in known farmers and stock dealers and Nina, this week. Harrodsburg with the of the young couple gave a beautiMass Mattie sition at hvs Mrs. David Proctor is very ill ful loving cup nnd appropriate May Leave Stanford again, but we hope thnt soon uio yuesiion ii.ix, ns me various in Luucotn couruy, uumeu 10 tue uwens, tne assistant, ,s lett in Southern railway Co., is home for a toasts. A magnificent wedding cake questions were read and discussed ground on Ins farm, five miles from charge of the post office. few days. will reroicr. was then placed before the bride-elei JIis Annie PnrLerson of tho Miss Eddie T. Carpenter visited Embrv T. Denzley. of this city, Mis. W. K. Tavlor has been on the til Mis Hunter. About some of the SSunford on the Lrab Ihcliard pike, filled with souvenirs for the Knotty cpieslions piopuunded, she about 2 o'clock Wednesday morning. Hiatt section lett Saturday foi Miss Margaret McCormack on Tues guests. tins week bought from Luther sick list, but is nhle to be up again not only ilo, near Jamestown, N. Dakota, wuero sh" day. her own upiiiion, but, Mr. Holtzclnw's wooden "ine Mr. Hlbcrt Klder has been in this Smith, ot Cumpbellsville, tho tlour The house was tastefully decoratwith great tact, secured the opinion the barn was nKo destroyed. About, will teach school. Mr. G. S. Duih.Mii Mrs. Sallie Bailey wns the guest ed for the occasion, variously colnull located at Shelby Utv und tjou pari billing a few calves. In fact some of tho eight horses lost their liics in the was down from Burr, Ky.. Sunday. of friends nt Moreland Tuesday, charge at once. Tho mill has a cu M. M. Tailor nnd S. C. Owens of others. ored dahlias being used in carrying Mr. Joe Murphy, of Stanford, was out the effects, with a profusion parity of fifty barrels of flour per hnvi about completed tho new school questions produced u general dis- - ' flumes, u largo amount ol feed ofi Willie Yadou wns down from of ciismou timt proied quite interest - various kinds, fanning implements, Livingston Friday night. in this city Friday. da v. potted plants. The dining room was houso nt Spiro, Kv. i''g. Mr. George Barnette left Monday exquisite, white dahlias being harness etc. He osttmnte.-- , his loss Cleie Hiooks, J. X. Mnrlow, a. id Capital Patent is the leading Mr. It. G. Ta1or. who has a used .Much iu, added to the spirit and ot close to $4,000. He was pro. Charlie Rash were up from Boston, for Georgetown, where he will nr-- exclusively in the decorations. Cov-e- is brand manufucluri'd by the mill Mr. little sick boy with typhoid feier is pleasure ot tne meeting by the sing- - teeteil intli $J,000 insurance carried hatuiduv and Sunday. tend school this term. lienzlcv bought. He also imiiiufiiu- - better. guests but were lnid for fifletn Mr. Bodd Skinner was in Stanford the table arrangements did not inof Stanford.1 diaries Chandler was over from lure tiujat and .scleral other brands V. I., tailor bus vu Iiu new ing of tho good vld gospel hunns, in with J. D. Wenren, was not a total llromo Saturday. w Inch the iiiiolo Tuesday. audience joined. minever, so that it friends here barn completed. dicate the significance of the occasof flour. His host of I luring . Rev. W. 1 Rogeis, of Louisville, Miss Bemice Owens, of Indinnn, ion. The place cards were small the noon hour, eieribady loss. that his new wilt regret to know Mr. and Mrs. I.lhert Klder, son, ciil'incd und ilid justice to the e is no lew to the origin of filled his regular appointment at the is the guest of Mrs. McKinney. Thero business will probably necessitate Proctor, Mnna Tailor, Miss Lula baskets filled with dahlias nnd tho MUs Rose McCormack was the other table decorations Jus making his lesidcncc closer to lroetor, attended were iu tho meeting nt ceiieut lunch that was served in the the lihm, which awakened Mr- Christiiin chinch Sunday Mis. Walter .Miller and children. week-en- d lisitor of Miss Lucille beautiful haimony. lear loom tif the Stnto Bank & Holtzclaw and his family too late All would Liberty. Inst Sntuiday night. his null than Stanford. regret to lose Mr. and Mis. Reiulcy Thc nuiijuncement of the engageMr. .1. M. Iteiiinlds of this place. Trust Co., thanks to Mr. Suliu nnd to savo anything. This is the thiid ot Lebanon Junction, uie with Mas. Eubank of Danville. ment of this popular couple will be and fatiuli from this ciimiimuit.i. wns in Mt. i eruon Wednesday on the bank for the lisp of the loom, l.nni which ha-- , been burned down M. V.. Wilmott for a few dais. illiil to those Indies, who. uiisolfishlv in this section of the state within KILLED HIS BROTHER R. II. Hiiiura left Sunday for Cinof ivide interest throughout this business. I'eiiiiug themselves the plcusuie of the past two weeks. cinnati, his wife will join him nt Grand Jurors took a Drink section. The biide-eleis 0110 of ailemiing Lexington. the Conference were Bryantsville Farmers. Formerly, of the most charming of Mt. Sterling's MISS BEULAH SPRINKLES A dispatch lroiii Columbia says "careful about many things" in or- -' Yours may he next. See Fish & Monroo Sutton and Miss Bella jounger social set. She n daughter Wayne, Dispute Over Land. that reiioit haling reached Circuit 12 o'clock the SpeeinlUte. -of Mrs. Jennie Robinson and is the I1'"1. i'- J...' miu of thn Wins Dinner Set In Sam Robinson's dcr that to others "Allsharp, they Bromlev.safe. Insurancepaid immedi-readv- . Kiiuiirotwere qu!!ly murried at evmight say things are and be home Losses John kincer, Saturday beautiful and accomplished, and ot the Adair grand jurv member Biq Piano Contest. Percy Hager shot and instantly possesses a lovable manner which fltely in cash without discount. come to the Feast." ening at 7 o'clock. Mr. Sutton is lind been guilty of taking- n drink JciHed liis brother, William Hager, The delegates from out of town to the son of A. J. Sutton and Miss .Miss lleululi .Mason bprinkles was endears her to all with whom she with some pel sons who, it was .Lincoln Man Marries In Tennessee. Kincer is the ptetty daughter of W. at their home two miles east of Bry comes in contact. Prof. Hopper is would bo indicted, ho called the luck winner of the Dinner Set the conference woie: Huger r. antsville Sunday. William Lancaster Mrs. J L. Riley. .Mrs. natiie of Stanford and a graduate lliv whole, body before htm und told olteud by Sam Hobmson, in his big j0sC)ll E. Wright, of tho Shelby P. Kincer. Rev. Geo. Watson, of Mt. Vernon, was married and his brother lived of Central University. He has been contest, by legistering the 1. h. Hcndrcn. Mrs. Samuel Cotton.1 Wty het.UJll, 0f this couuty, uiid e piano He them of his iufotmutioii. with him. They got into a dispute Superintendent of the local public lecture to the largest number of votes for tho week red it stiiught Diiiiulle Mrs. m. Scott. Mrs. iLs Huttie Lee Jones, of Columbus wiisin (own Saturday on business. at the breakfast table which was remember of the puiiel and requested ending .Monday, Sept. 1'Jd. The Heniy Bright, Mrs. Joe Farns, Mrs. Tenn., were married there Thursday - Miss Claudia Dodson , was . dawn newed Inter when they had gone to schools for the past few years and .. . Al, t rnl iiiursiiiiv una rn- - the yard, where tho killing occurred. has tnkeii a foremost place among the Commonwealth and County At standing of tho contestants at the ll m. .Mitchell, .lti. John Hood, Mrs. luorniiig at 8 o'clock, ,' After the the educators of the State. He is last count is now us follows: Mary Wood, Mrs. W. L. Wood. Mrs. ceiemony and u wedding breakfast im-- j ," guie ucr iiri music eson The deceased wn thirty-d- x torucis to uuesiion each member of 1 -jears probably the joungest superintend,405 13.080 Rinoson. Mis. Broudwuter, Mrs. they motoicd over to Kiishiille, wheio the juiv cloely. In case any mem ,, thirty. and his 4218,700 Annie Harlan. Mrs. Pope. Mu-s-. Jeff thev look Hie train for St. I.onis. :""". fcm! Funis, of Crab Orhc- - old a large slayer of laud Both ownis ent in the State and in addttiou tj ber fails to gnu a good account of '2 iu,o:i; tract and cd his splendid ability us an educator :i ro,oio 4310,000 Sallee. Mis. John Chestnut, Mrs. D. After spending u few ifcivs, there IJ.V ' ,?..thc ,clu,t of Mrs. II. L. said that the dispute arose it ho will be discharged. himself over he is universally popular. 4421,100 W. Malum. Mrs. Dunegan, .Mrs. they will go to Kansas Citv, and t!lwWo, .. some partnership land. There iveie ." Miss Judy's guests for this mem. 4521,025 Pioctor, Mrs. Win. Penny, Mrs. from there thev will go to Deuier, ii,ai' Bud Holderman to Farm 7 i , "v1,8, n nd son. F. R. Ciristic, of Minefield, W. Vu.. are 110 witnesses to the killing and so orable occasion included Misses Flo. 4022,340 Hugh Reid, Mrs. Spears. popular (i 17,81)0 , where they will spend several dais Holdenuun, tho Bud guests ot Mr. and Mrs. II. E. fur as known no arrest has yet been Shit ley, Louise Tabb, Arabella 4725,810 seeing the sights that af- - the freight agent at the depot here, has 717,800 HuiTodsburg Mrs. Mary Crawford Lloyd, Stella 8 Kt.'JoO 4820,200 Mrs. C. X. Wilder, Miss I). R. Duell, fords. The biide is theColorado of Christie. Mrs. Christie will be heie made. Landaughter traded his house and lot on Immediately following tho shoot Robinson, Mattie Woodsou Barnes, Lottie Lung, 4020,005 Mi s Ora Adams, Mrs. I. C. James, Col. John L. Jones, a widely known until nfter Christmas. caster meiiiie to Mrs. Hiatt, for her i Hi.liUti ing, Percy Huger left goiiur in the Lodcmu and Lillian 5021,525 Mrs. Hulchis.m. Mis. Thus, Runs- - stock man of Tennessee. l II. Cass is at home from Eto-w- direction ot Lump Nelson in a bug Enoch, Julia Mortis, Wood, Alpha He i mull fin in near lluiilen's Station 1 1 1.'),700 Gurnette RobTenn., for n few days. 5120,785 dull. Mrs. W. II. lhitchett, .Mrs. W. President of the Anioiicun Breedeis m the K. C. nnd Ijing on tho Goshen 1:1 gy. The remains of tho dead man inson, Mary Cobb Stofcr, Nettie ii),foo A. M. limtt, was in Livingston be- - were 5220.755 A. Dm ham. Mrs. J. S. Edmiston, Association ot Jacks nml Jennets. lltddennati gets about 45 nike. Mr. interred in the Lancaster ccme- - Ilotton, Louise Lloyd. ..: !it..n.. ...:... C.....I i 53 27,045 2i,:i.')0 "'"" accomplished and will "e aicre mid a nice little house, and teiV 011 Monday afternoon. Mrs. 5419,125 Allen. John II. Morgan. Mrs. Wanen ,he n vnluublo addition to the social. '""" ir 2o,:oo will soon be able to set himself up The Huger brothers, together with WATCH YOUR HAIR LADIES it; io,:i7.r. The Parade Circus Day 5527,080 Hustonville -- Mrs. J. B. Honaker, circles of this section of Kentucky. 218 a gentleman farmer. their father nnd another brother 17 io,r.:t.- -i fill 23,005 "right hiniselt is one ot the Too much cannot bo said of the camo to Garrard county from Wayne Eternal Vigilance Is the Price f 5720,705 Mis. J. C. Barker. Mrs. Jones hugest and most successful bleed- - mighty Hang rnilioud shows parade Hitglw & Swinebroud, tho hust- 18 2i,si.ilauglniiun. years ago Luxurant and Radiant Hair. 5821.850 Will North, Mis. Beitio Guiiii, Mis. crs m Kentucky and has made a iimcn iiikcs place daily on tho pub-- about twohnsloy farm and puichasedreal estate agents to lo.r.oo ling Lancaster tho Holly Mrs. J. K. Helm, Mrs. near Bryants5921,300 He streets fiee for everybody imd is ville. The It. ltobinsoii jo- is,:i'j:. lunw old to Capt. T. C. Ross, Mis. Millaui Herring, decided success in his line of bus- dead man was married and (10 'J I 17,700 20,810 If dandruff germs nre devouring one mile in length and inlioducing had several small childicii, while the for I'ncle lph. Leavcll his farm of 2,- 120.550 I). Nino. Mrs. Dave Skin- - "css, 11121,035 Mrs. W. lcatiiies neier attempted by any ono who committed tho deed was the nourishment that belongs to the acres on the Now Danville pike, LM llil ner, Miss Ellen Powers, Miss Maueie 20,21)5 0219,735 War... Miss I.. A. Fni-.is- . Slight snow was reported nt other show for their stieet pageant. single and made his home with his hair, it will boon begin to full. milt from Lnuenstor at $70.-2- .i t M 18,185 0319,020 it will lose its life and ' Morganfield in western per acre. Kentucky No parade is complete without n dead brother. 2."i 20,ti:.'i 0420,555 i'!llll,Hi. mid Mr. Ilnuo Inw kmiroil lustie and will become, dull, faded ll eiincsdnv. PUBLIC SALE! I 0520,785 T .. !ll All 1.4!..!.. ... ...!. ill this overlnstin' fpn. 110 f.Meilo J. Wiillor Rodcs, 1'icsident of tho '2(121,280 A local option election has been und even gray. lid 22.5S0 If you have any signs of dnudruff ITCHING, FIERY. RAW ECZEMA. ture of the parade. Not only have culled in Pulaski county ns 11 whole Thoenix Third National Hank, of 27 22.i!C 1' nn 0721.175 nr.l wt. Knlllr.lnv t n.llnhnr ""? 11- i Zerao soothes, cools and heals an- - '" ''nnB "hows one of the finest on December 10th. Judge Tartar go right to jour druggist tpduy and '"l" Lexington, ticasiiter of Fn.iette 'J8 21,010 0821.770 nullity, nnd one of the best known 20 22,550 quickly eczema calliopes in tho world, but haie been issued the call this week. Somer- get a o0 cent bottle of PARISIAN :m 22,440 0940,325 cow, and a lot of household and kit- - R skin and lorm 01 cdres disease. is democratic ioliticiutis and farmers i senuo me ser-Sa- set now has about 10 saloons, but SAGE. This delightful hair tomo kill skiii (hen furniture, all in good shape. nllu every """"" e :u in,:i7.r 7043,208 in central Kentucky, died nt Frnnk-1'n- r 2emo is u clean liquid wash that vices of Sicnor Lnurant who is the drys claim that 11 vote in the guaranteed by G. L. Penny to will licin at 10 o'clock in tho 7121,430 dandruff germs, clean the head ot Thursday ns tho result of nn :i2 2i,:ii5 premier of Cnlliono whole county will wipo them out. nnd terms will be made tHiks right in. Quickly allays all sideied the 7220,105 filthy dandruff, stop fulling hair, npoplectie stroke. A wife and eight :U 21,255 Zcmo'ers, nnd will certainly gladden tho day of sale. Col J. P. lniut all itch, all distress. .1420,83(1 7322.785 and itching scalp, and preserve the lUy fr'r n imii mik Aujuit i hildren survive. does the work in a way that U simp- - hearts of the children, nnd every- 78-tChandler, Auc'r, back, 7422,008 3521,270 selec- - month or InKnia mffulnc in nunjr popi. color and beauty, or money '.V astonishing and your druggist will hodv ns well with J ' F Heldam 3(145,270 I'nlty'i 7527,505 Host? and Ttr Compound Itm nnd it does just what it is guaranthk "PHOOHBamvE" party I refund the purchaso price if the tioiis. Stnnford Sept. 28h. toothing and prompt tnd ! ind rllf. lodlldl, fnr or womin, who imi 77 50.895 ti tb Klrtiwr I'llU mn hfkch. rhmnutltm. 3720.505 Win. teed to do and tbats whv its sales hrillnr 10 In Inflimrd mcmbraUM. entire loUr tirst kottle 7825,255 J. D. Wenren. tho Stnnford In- - satisfaction. does not give you nt our Tim kldntr and are so enormous the country over. wrtk Uik. tod other Kldu.y ruta blddr . 3810,500 Pensncoln, FIa M. Wfrfiuew. n. oorinon, m Try bottle r hl-InfIfolijr 7924.490 Riirance Man! paid K. Dunagan the riak. Zemo is praparad ky E. W. bank clrrk who stole n $W,000 nnck-- n SZ.J rV...V.d m.r,.,0r'-A- T: Parisian sage is the favorite of quick to pro. 3020230 nd ttructbtalBi. tosle ,355 8025,105 loss on his barn which was burned Rasa lfa4iciaa Qa.., so htrmful 0ne b,,l,le proVM .due tenlell rulti. Cnntl r,uVA,M,"M' of mnv f'om the L. & N cot u aold by ago, dollar for dollar bulk. Pat p la two u4 NiTtr cold in 8135,43 a week or so its superiority. nd Tinnff. ' TkoitMBiM , drvt.la Ml4 "cold fot" ard returned the monev. Drug Btara. ti' ,395 8327,571 this week. TsaMr. sytUov MM. LANE HELD TO OYLE COUNTY GRAND JURY Garrard Farm Irinas $12,000 Jonah Marscc, ono of the host of. tho Markshury known farmers section of Garrard county, sold his iarm last week to Riley Ison, of Mr. Letcher county, for $12,000. Mnrsco hnd 122 acres, nnd practically nil of it wus first class land. Mr. Ison will take possession tho first of tho year. Mr. Marseo tnny decide to leavo Kentucky. He has not yet finally make up his mind, but tho menutiino ho is looking at n number of nice farms in this section in n prospective wny. g, post-morte- m $2,-(10- 1,-- 00 ,'" "i'l '"-8:- . i- '"'. by-la- u...,i ..... ''" Sun-didg- e. v . ct ' - de-th- P- ,l,"" 41-19- i,J' 4-- 8,3ri Bo-iri- e, 10-3.- n, l'o ..... ". -- "' - I -- Fur-theim- -2 I I n-.- .l. ..i.. ;"' le i", te 40-19- b-- 1 Hkn " 82-25- t" Pay Skr wu.tr4:.r, nil ." LjWtM3&jtenSf J&k. rAA. sifti ttJttfMat'j (fc"USrfttR.J V T. MJMw'MM'-, ? "4. -- -- vf - V VSfafMiO.. A, ;& frv ..m- -' i THE IWTEHfH JtWHtAL, ITAWFIM, KENTUCKY. HH1AV. tCPTCWKl f 12, Elixir Sfrinfs Fr Sik. n: , I ' yj Owing to pcrsounl reasons, I linvc decided to tsell privately the famous Hlixir Spring tho finest health report in the state, nnd which is well known to everyone in thin lA part of the country. The hotel i. LJl . Bank )fpf jiff of a yj If Oiaracten THERE which every institution for itself. It is called character, and every act is n. stone in this (structure. An institution, in order to have n Rood character, must think honesty, act honesty, breathe honesty. The people soon determine between the genuine and the counterfeit. They know the ring of the trite metal , and the base. is a structure On this the whole structure of our hank is based. The Increasing business Is a guarantee that it is appreciated by depositors. Ac- ncetylene lights, LxitliiiiK nrrnngo-uiou- i. There arc Oil ncres in the tract with good tenant liote there-ol- i. We lime hud n xiilomlid and profitable benou, nnd thU is nn op portunity for sonic one to ohtniu n magnificent Imsine1 that can n he found on the market. hlixir Springs U located in Casey countv. o miles lrom .McKinney on the Q. & (.'., railroad. Anyone to took nt the property will he met with conveyance nt McKinney nnd mIiowii the place in detail. tcl-loi- lutildiiu; has about ;!5 rooms, model nly MiiipHd with steam hent, R. M. Houchln. Elixir Springs. Ky. 7.i-- Enbaitks Judge Tartar has upitoinled town im trustee here nnd they have gone to THE PEOPLE AND THE CUR- work in enrnest " imnrovc tho RENCY. streets and sidewalks by taxation, nnd every citucit of the town owes In dealing with the complicatthem their loyal support in ranking ed nnd dlUlcult qucfitlou of tho At health talks to women become superior to salts, cathartic pill, waters ' more progresEulmnks better nnd reform of our banking and curmore irenermt, both In the newnrnpor etc, which are entirely too violent. Women should see to It that and on the platform, the mim of women rency law It Is plain that wo sive. are beginning to real It what the moro hae at least onn movement of ther the ought to consult very many perJohn Spenrs hn-- t sold hU farm n cultivated have alwaya known, that bowels each day, and when ahowlna any rood health cannot be found In a powder tendency tn cuiitlttltn should take sons besides tho bankers, not bo-hnlf mile east of town for 1,700. box. The external of health may I Dr. Caldwell's Syrup Papain In the Otix Mercer w suffering from n T caimo wo distrust tho bankcra, T obtained In that way, but the Imala ot small dose prescribed. A brief use of health Ilea deeper, and et la Juat aa It will so train the stomach and bowel iINcii'-cno not neces- nnd is in out became tney complication of muscles that all forms or medicine can caally obtained. dispensed with. opinion are T sarlly comprehend thebmlness of u 'crioii'4 condition. The moat Important thine that a voiced by thousands The women, of after tliccountry.notwltlistandlngtiicy woman can do for lieraelf. and nlxiut personal experience, among Dr. Xieholx and daughter Jewell, them Mis v. which ahe U often moat ncKlrctful, la I Moore, 11 L'lnibome nro Indispensable forvnnts.of It liw left here hist Friday to fit, N'aahvllle, to watch the condition of her atomach and may do a vast deal to tnako nd bowel. The weary eyra, the bad Tenn., nnd Florence Cook, Lucas, Ky. fnthcr nt Somerset for n few dny-- , breath, the frequent headache, the It lianl or easy. No mere bnnk-erAnyone wishing to make a trial of this lifter which he will seek a )cnnn-iiri- it pi m plea, the aeneral air of laaaltude li fn,t.lv before buying It tn tho rcguUr plan will meet tho requirenine tlmea out of ten the remit of location, being undecided ns to way of a drucclst at fifty centa or nn. or or both. Many ments, no mutter how honestly lara-wheie. Mr. Nicholn i with teln-tialmple remedies can be obtained, but dollar a asample bottle (family site) can tMittle aent to the conceived. It itiould be a merthe beat In the estimation of most bae of charm by elmply addressinghome hero for the present. Dr women Is Dr. Caldwell's Hyrup Pepsin. free 11. Caldwell. 40S Washington St.. chants and farmers' plan as V. .Mrs. T. J. Acton U nt Ornli OrchIt Is mild, pleasant to the tnste and Mnntlrelln. ill. Your nama and a, Mr... well, clastic In the bands of tlio'o ard for her health. exactly suited to her needs. It la far on a postal card will do. A. K. Gooch has bought G. M. . . who uso It as an Indispensable part of their dally business. Reynolds' groccrv store ntwlf will '. From Woodrow Wilson's 8eech continue to sell, nt Keynolds old ; ) Accepting the Democratic Noml stand. nation. Spuw, of Chef, CWy Miis Bee II county, is viiting rclntive here tlii m tn imint mini SinilUe Women Know Foundation off Health 1 -it f a' n p- India-catio- '. ' PUBLIC SALE. week. E. M. Wnre is visiting his brother, Of Blue Grass Land And Fine Stock. may return WEDNESDAY, OCT. 2, 1012 k counts of companies and Individuals sollcltel. en consistent with conservative hanklnn. Every facility giv- STATE BANK & TRUST CO., Capital $50,000. M. Surplus $500 J. D. EADS, Stanford! Ky. V. Pres. W. L. McCARTY, Pres. G. L. PENNY, V. Pres. J. 8. RICE, E. SALIN, Cashier. S. ALBERT PHILLIPS, Near Hustonville. Having decided to ennnge lay location, 1 will offer for sale nt public outcry on the nbove date and place the following: 57 acres of splendid land, all virgin soil, known as the old Fait Ground Land, under good fence. A splendid stock of goods, with n good business nnd fine stand, located nt Kidd's Store, Ky., will invoice $3,500 to H000. One Golddust stallion, well broken, 10 hnnds, sound and good breeder, 1 fine mule jack, 8 years old, 4 cstra broodmares, all in foal, colts by side one of them n 1'rcston mare, good show animal, 2 splendid Golddust colts, 2 mule colts, 2 mares, well broke to stcuni nnd auto, in foal to good jack, one n good saddle mare, 1 yenrliug Golddust fillv. 1 two-- j eur-oi- u Goiuutisl filly, I nice coming Shetland Pony, well broke. AH of this stock sound, 2 good 4 year-ol- d cows, extra good. Lot of hogs. 1 suney with pole and shafts, 1 ton buggy, 2 runabouts, 1 Frazier cart, 1 Brown wagon, 1 Studchnker wngnn, with bed nnd seat, 1 double horo sled, l" set double harness in good condition, 1 set pony harness, 1 set heavy brake harness, 1 set light buggy harness, 2 saddle nnd bridles, 1 pair pint form scales, 2,000 feet oak fencing two-horse "LOOK" Fall Is Coming ! and sizes. Come and look 'em over. English Last. It will please you. We also have the new Glazed Calf, Patent and Gun Metals. Fall line now complete in lasts and your low shoes are now about worn out. Come in and let us show you the new Tan, Drop Toe, lumber, lot of locust posts, one-ha- lf interest in C acres of good tobacco, one-hainterest in 33 acres growing corn, about 450 shocks of fod der, 10,000 hickory tobacco sticks, other nrtieles too numerous to name. Terms easy and made known on day of sale. Sale hour 10 a. m., sharp. B. W. LEIGH, Hustonville, Ky. Col. T. D. Engish. Auct. 1. S. Those who mav want to hid on stock of goods, will please call and inspect them before sale. lf 73-- vation nt picsent nnd fine stock farm. Etery acre of this farm is susceptible of cultivation. Located one mile north of McKinney; 4 miles east of Hustonville, und 7 miles from Stnnford, fronts ou good turnpike road, and one miles north of Queen & Crescent railway depot, good shipping point, fine -- ehools nnd churches nnd splendid neighborhood. The dwelling contains 12 rooms und would accommodate two families if desired. Same is in good repair. Two large tobacco barns with 10 acre capacity each; two large stock barns und nil other necessary outbuildings. All under good fencing nnd well supplied with water. This land will grow ns much, if not more. hemn. Junction City whent and tobacco than any fann in Dr. W. W. Phillips, f Mt. Vernon, i.incoin county. visited his family here over Sunday. A look at this farm will convince Mrs. Jack Booth has returned to any one of the truth of the iibove her home in Chattanooga, alter g statements. Any further informafriends in this place, where .she tion desired write to mo nt McKin-ne- v formerly licd. or call by teephonc Mr. George Xewland. of Stanford. Samuel M. Owens. McKlnnev. Kv. who has been employed as telegraph opemtor nt Shelby City during the (licence ot regular operator. M. Ky QUIT RENTING has leturned home. And buy you a small place. I have Mrs. r.iizniiptii l'nrk has to her home in Purkville, nfter 01 acres I will sell at a bargain nnd a viu 10 ncr itnusliter, Jlu.. Alice ou easy terms. There - u Miinll house on the place and I will build Brownfichl. Mer... Joseph and Alex Surber iiiij i kind of iniproement desired. good tobacco land, corn or nave returned from u viit to their It Mr.- -. All is in blue gras- - except Davi- -, in Mt. Vernon. wheat. seven and one hnlf acres. Write or The hitter hns been ill. Mrs. W. A. Keynold- - Went In I)nn. Phone SS W. F. Dishon. Stanford ville Thur-da- y on a shopping tour. Mr. F. T. Burke has hud concrete -- idewalkFall and Winter Sultlnas. laid to in- - irroperty which is occupied by Mr. S. . Burke. Mr orw KII and Winter SamDltt or now rfvtr for your Intnrttlon. Thtj .Mrs. Jfary E. Huiikln her lh ltd on lh markrl. I ran lull comprii aQfoct nrotiicr. .Mr. J. II. Uiown. at Parks, a w price woo nau nil cioiuea mad lo or dcr. A lull made to ri-iti- -il vis-itinC9-4-i2. 76-4- F. vi-it- ed Cyreinis Wnrc, near Stanford, nnd to Honclnlnlc, Ind., instead of here. J. J. Warren has sold hU house nnd lot here to Mr. Mary Singleton for c'00 mid will lenu in a few ilnji with his family to make Ohio their home. Mrs. G. Mills, of Louisville, who luw been isiting her daughter, hero Mrs. F. S. Hays, ictiirned to her home Snturdny. Mr. nnd Mrs. Irvine Johnson returned last Friday from nn extended trip in Virginia and W. Virginia. Mrs. Harlan Kewell ! in n serious condition ttilh while stteliiig of the leg. Mr. nnd Mrs. Jnnies Spears, of Somerset, nt John Spears' Siindav and Monday. Dr R. I. l)aior. returned to his home at Sliinfori'1 Tuesday after spending nearly six weeks with us, we trust iiotwithstai.dine the fact thn l.c was kept busy with dental work the entire time." The iloetor rsade many friends while haro and we hepe to have the plcns-m- e of his visits often in the future. Blue Grass Fara atPrivateSale You Are Invited to a On account of my health, I have decided to quit furring, und will offer for siile, privately one of the very best blue grass farms 'in Lincoln county, Ky. This farm contains 2iJ0 acres by survey. Tho same is under high stnte of culti- Demonstration of Tit I IIO All-way- South Bind MALLEABLE I1CIII&6 s Preferable You will S" and an Exhibition of Cooking in Paper Bags. under- stand how much fBHHHfT tKeaaHnflrffllL "ALL-WAY- means when you seo tho Range. It means Haafl B Vgrtll iMtll I The Best Looking The Best Baker The Most Durable Range Made rrrefitt during the week of this exhibit, we will make you a present of a set of high grade cooking ware, including four large pieces of Pure Aluminum. This offer is good for this week only, and is a rare opportunity. Be sure and tafee advantage of it. Thi Exhiiitiin If you buy one of these Ranges it Ciikint in PiBir lags Will Interest You. ville, on Ttic-dn- y. Sam Robinson Stanford, Kentucky EXINGTON OCTO. 8 TO 19 THE WORLD'S THE WORLD'S REST TRACK FINE FARM FOR SALE! I offer for sale privately my farm of 175 acres in suburbs of Crab Orchard, Lincoln county, Ky. It contain n ten room brick dwelling, in good lepair, the umiiiI outbuildings and is watered by tho never failing springs nnd Flax week. About 45 aeies in grass and balance in cultivation. Much of the land can be used for town lots. Anyone desiring to look over the premises will call on me. Terms made known on npplicn- 7u-u- p iton. J. W. Guest, Crab Orchard, Ky. For Sale Small Country Farm I desire to sell privately my home situated about 3 2 miles from Stanford, Ky., on tho Rush Branch pike, aud adjoining the lands of Mrs. G. C. Givens and Carson Cover. This place contains ten and one-haacres of good land, well Upon fruited. it there is a new dwelling house of six rooms, two small halls and porch room, a new cistern .two everlasting springs and s all necessary outbuildings. For call upon or write to P. M, McRoberts, Atty. at Stanford, Ky LEWIS JOXES. 1-lf par-ticular- Fled Hooper in an auto and Charley Co-b- y on a motor cvclc had a colli-io- n between thi- - city and Danville in which the lighter machine I'itnie out -- wmiiiI best. Chavlev was iil- bnii-c- il up mid Pied did not inirrou- - the condition of hi- - machine to any aiiiirvrinb!i c.leiil. Misses Hortha We- -t nnd Gertrude Richardson Imve ietmned from n vi-- it to Mr. nnd Mr. Ernest Itieh. nrd-o- ii in Moreland nnd to friends nnd luipiaintniices in Hustonville and More'and. Mis. Will l.'utherford of Xormnn. Okln.. was the recent gne.--t of Mrs. John F. Ronton. Mcs-rs. tout mravure It pr (rrall lo rrad made clottin. To hart them made lo mtamre doevn't coil any mora than rradr made when e,u!itjr and fit it conild errd. t'oma In and 1,1 me like roar meal ure. It. O. RVVt.F.T. Tkt Pnrtiral Tailor Sept. 30 to Oct. 5, 1912 American Realty Co. Are offering splendid Bargains in Stock and Grain Farms. Oar specialties Iminovitl ALFALFA nl-- o Farms, Fruit nnd Poultry Farms. Wo hao the Farms they all Want. Location. Xear Towns. Good Schools ,and Churches, fine Climate; excellent Water. Send for Lists, Then See for Yourself. 301-- 0 Surety Bid'!.. Muskogee, Okln. Geo. H. Farris, STANFORD, KY. lier were in Danville attending big court Saturday. Mr- -. Ilettina Rector and Mi-- s Geoida Well- - were in Danville Saturday afternoon shopping. A cherry tree between this place and Pnrk-vil- le is in full bloom, but it is fen ted that it will irot rni-- o another crop of its succulent fruit. Mr.--. Sue Dickerson. of Hiirin was n leeent to Mrs. W. T. vi-it- or .Inch Clem. W. C. Sur- J.L.Beazley &Co ALCORN overlook sloppijng your hogs on shipstulT. Best and most economical teed to start your feeders on. Price $20.00 per ton. Jficliaril-oi- i. MEATEST CONTESTS Prof. ThomnR E. Clelland. of Parksville, was here Saturday. His school a) Parksville is closed of a supposed case of se dip-theri- a. UNDERTAKERS AND EM. ALMER8. ALSO DEALER IN FURNITURE, MATTINGS. RUGS. THEY WILL EXCHANGE FURNITURE FOR ALL KINDS OF STOCK. GIVE THEM A CALL. PRICE We have another shipment of Alcorn, Price $2 per 100 lbs while the supply lasts. Do not Your Paprr May Stop Next Week . 16 Quito n number of I. J. subscribers may b0 surprised next week if A BIG STAKE EVERY DAY their papers fail to como again. All whoso subscriptions exnir in SepUNOERTAKKR AND IMI almkr tember have been notified by letter of that fact, so thev will bo able to STANFORD KENTUCKY. ES-O- ne Ome Fre-RAILR- OAD Office Phone 187. Hmm PIimm 3K. renew before tho end of the month. On tho 1st of October nil of those WHITE FOK l'HOGH AM whoso timo exnired in September CONCRETING and who havo failed to renew bv 4)S1W " IllKMWSJ t TWwwWIt sending u Masons' Heetlna. will bo klndi ot , trr In poiltlop. la da .11r.Trmtnti, con. list. Tho dollar, is bein" cut off the We, whose names are signed beI. J. I.lceolo LckIj. No. CO, Block Work, A. It, meata la cretin i, tuch conducted .nd In fact, wt ran mike tnythlnr (ram forbid any hunting tated communication on r bout, low, positively rich lirat u4 third down la fenc pott. t'.U na grt our prlcci now on a strictly cash in advance premises: load or fishing upon our Difhti of etch month, at T o'clock la Utcir you Ujr your nitcrlil at Icut. basis, and i norder to keep it coming W. F. Semonis, Wa J. Beck, Fred lb.tr till on Ualn street. Stanford, Ky. Men it must bo naid for regularly nnd in PHILLIPS IMS., Stanford, Ky. advance. VonGruenigan. 0. Baumann, Cbas. tort at slater lodfet fraternal!; Inrlud to t btmmL K. U. CerpanUr, Baerttarr. T. Wilkea, Bi OkMk $21,000 THE KEXTUCKV FUTUHITV $ il.OOO THE WALNUT HALL CVV $ 3,000 THE THAXSYI.VAXIA S.0O0 THE CAKTLETOX Ct'l B.50O CHAMl'IOXSHir STALLIOX . 5,000 THE OCTOHKU l'UIZE KENTUCKY T. H. B. ASSOCIATION TUESDAY, OCT. 8 . WEDNESDAY, OCT. 0 J. C. McClary Mr- -. si-t- er. George of Cm bin, aic viiting the er's Mis. W. M. Tro-pe- r. er Thnin and children, form- f ... ... . TIIUHSDAY, OCT. .MONDAY, OCT. . .MONDAY, OCT. WEDNESDAY, OCT. 10 14 14 Mr- -. I'.liabelh Owens nnd Mis Elir.nbeth and Ma-tEverett Oiv. "i's. linvc returned from n vi-- it to Mrs. Jack Townlpy in Ilinniiighiim. J. H. THERE IS REAL PAINT and also soma stuff mixed with cheapening materials that is not worthy of the name. If yos have had experience with the latter kind you don't want another. If you haven't take our advice and don't experiment Buy our roal painta and aave yourtelf 'disappdinUaMt and money aa welL A. ALLEN. atMfirf. Ky Baughman & Co. Phone 11 Stanford Kentucky. Weber's Prize Band of America RAT Fare r I Mil. FARMER: MaL-- vour homo ns modern for vour family as a nlco rcsi.icr.ee. mm mace vourseir in a oositun to cct the latest market auota- uouk ui anv nine, iu.s cun ue uccomnlisliccl hv menus of our telephone service which vou and vour neiehhors can cct for a sum that is small com-oarwith the benefit received. Call or address our nearest office or write direct to headuiiurters. Nashville. Tenn.. for information reirordhw our aoecialt "iurmers Lino" rate. If vou aro not at oresent enioviinr tele- uiMiiio c;ic. vuii iiuuieiiiuieiy interest vou. uur lines cover the Btatea "of Kentdckv. Tennessee. Mississiddu Louisiana and the Southern oortioa or Indiana and Illinois. CUMUERLAND TEL. ft TEL. CO. e RURAL TELErHONBS. THE STANFORD INTERIOR JOURNAL, STANFORD. KENTUCKY FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 21, 1912, b Umif AND Mm CLUB VHHHWaK , NITRO GLUB IJ HUSTONVILLE PHYSICIAN Writes In Favor of lend Issue For Roads Rockcastle News. Mt. Vernon, Sent. L3. Dr. W. J. Childirax, of UiiHlonvillc, writes u stiong curd in tlie .Mt. Vcruou Signal tins week in fuvor of Hie good nondn lioinl isiuo for Kockcubtlc. lie Hai1 iu WfiHrtT imvmimmmm&' i :HHV,miuimwi rssmmmmmm tfi. Welsh & Wiseman Co. Autumn is Here We're Well Prepared Quantities of Sew Goods aro Arriving Daily. IHirStoivlias lieeome a Veritable Exposition of the Best in Fall Styles. been preparing for the Fall season for months. We've studied the tendencies with the closest attention. We have spent weeks in the style center New York City, rejecting every fashion that savored of freakishness, purchasing only when we felt certain that we were right. THE RESULT? Our store is now filled with fresh, new merchandise, abso- - v .'u MLYjin aaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaVaaMaaaaaaaaaaaaalUJ WJI JVi 7 li ifrflKil1aaaaaaaaaaVaaaaaaraswf 11 .f i.'! - " JM f ELLS '', V.7'x 7rotibliAeaifur ln Ae mlnefon Cudt ilm the iloo, New Club Shot Shells known as the "old reliable yellow shells" for over 50 years set the black powder standard. The No. 2 Primer gives a sure, quick, snappy ignition seldom found in black powder leads. Or if you prefer smokeless powder, shoot of shotgun. ARMS-UNIO- &Btog&LiA& Nitro Club Steel Lined Shot Shells for speed plua puttern in any make REMINGTON METALLIC 3W Bfdw7 i CARTRIDCE CO. New York City to be in there I licanl n great ileal about the voting of bond for the purpose of building pike. Tliii iiiove'iiuiit I liurt-il- y Being reared in Hock-rustiudon-e- . county nml having prnctiucd mcdiiciio there for ten yews 1 realize inncli muio than tlie average ol good roads the ncceh-dtand especially do 1 realize this lifter having lived in n county and roads good where community ahnuml. I consider this the greatest piopouition ever submitted to tlie voters of your county nml 1 fed tlmt iviry honest right thinking man this great incisure as will vote" it means more to cneh and every individual and eititen tliiin niijthinu (lood possibly mean. eUo could roads will enhance the value of property, hiivc you time and give you open comfort in travel and up different avenues for speculation and property." A trong camnn!--- i is being made and it is believed the bond issue will Koceully I luul ooeuidon part: jour county nnd white le cit-ir.- fr bc-ul- es SEE FISH & BROMLEY TODAY about that insurance. Better have a policy now than to have the neighbors say then, "He didn't have any insurance." carry- We arc glad to report Mr. S. 11. Martin very much improved. .Mrs. Julia Cooper is hero from Crab Orchard the suest of Mis. C. v, WE'VE W. A. Tribble SSSg. WE CARRY Furniture Odd Dressers Odd Beds Odd Stands Sideboards Buffets Davenports Couches Trunks Mattings Linoleumn Iron Beds Springs Mattresses Dining Tables Parlor Tables Library Tables Dining Chairs Rockers Comforts Carpets Oil Cloth ('. Williams. Ilnirv DeBorde. of near Crab Oichnrd died at 1'ine Hill Tuo-dnafter an illness of two dnjs. lie wan working for tho "K. I'.' Judge K. CI. Williams accompani ed his mother home from Covington nml spent from Saturday until Monday here. Tlie .Indue feels a very grent interest in the success of the rond question in UockcaMle. Qeiiryp Taylor, n good citizen, of the Buckeye section died Sunday morning after Mif ferine four yenrs with lime trouble. He leaves n widow, two pons nml three daughters to mourn the loss. The two sons. Gene, who is crown, and Johnny, aged 12 arc at home. Tho three daughters, Mr. Alfred Brvant. Mr. Elmer DowtU and Mrs. John Trendwny all live in this county. An electric light frnnchic was sold Tuosdny, Mr. J. K. Shoop, of We Danville, being the purchaser. understand that Mr. Siioop will at onec the erection of the plant, r.leetrid lights are one of the long felt wants of Mt. Vernon nnd with this one great addition, we will confidently look forward to other industries which have been kept out by reason of not having the lights. eom-li'cn- lutely authoritative in style, thoroughly dependable, as always in quality. With pardonable pride we offer our display for your approval. We feel certain that you'll find that we have maintained our reputation as the fashion center of the "Blue Grass." We invite you to call this week and pass judgment. THE NEW FALL SUITS SCORES OF SMART NEW MODELS New Fall Coats, Dresses and Skirts Smart Coat. $10.00, $15.00 to $45.00 Newest models in Mackinaw, Norfolk, Johnnie and full length Closed Collar All in the season's most favored materials for Ladies and Misses; also a splendid line of Chil-dreand Misses Norfolk and Reefer Coats in the new Reds, Greens and Shepherd Checks ages 4 to 18 years, suittible for school and early Fall wear, at sensible prices. $15.00 tc-ti- fy $20.00 $25.00 There was a kind of Sunday school entertainment at Lnndram's school house Sunday evening that was piite enjoyablo nffair. The children acquitted themselves in a manner that was highly creditable. Mrs. William I.awhorn, had drilled them for the occasion and spared no pains to make the exercises a sue- CCs. A paw paw tree on Mis. Martha I'ugVs farm on the Liberty nikc. k"" thnn seven feet high, bore 02 Inrgo paw paws this year. It boTO 48 last year. It looked something like n hannnn stalk before mueb of it dropiK'd off. An two automobile carrying Middleburq Kcv. C. T. Claimed went to Wayne-burg yesterday to begin protracted meeting at tho Unptist church there, lie will hold revival services here beginning nbout October 14. e.xpntinte on this department of our business. Hundreds of discriminating women They know that a suit from enn to our le.ider-.liip- . our stoic w absolutely nutlioiitive in style; their experi- It's hardly necessary for us to ence has proven there's no question regarding quality. Style tendencies this fall nre for slightly longer coat.s nnd fuller skirts. The ninterinls nre Mannish Serges, Worsth Scotch Mitures. eds nnd Semi-roug- New Fall Dresses $5.00 to $40.00 Our collection of new Fall dresses in Serges, Eponge, Charraeuse, Chiffons nnd Satins in by far the best we have s' ever shown. An especially strong line of Misses and Peter Thompson Dresses, in finest quality of Serges, ranging in price from $3 to $12.50. Chil-dren- A splendid showing of strictly plain tailored and tasti- ly trimmed .suits for Juniors, MUes and Small Women ing in pi ice from $15 to $3o. rang, The New Fall Shoes Are Here lasts and low heels for Young Women at $3.50, $4.00 and $5.00. Our stock of Fashionable Footwear for Ladies, Misses and Children is now in and complete in every detail. We are showing all the latest shapes in Black Ooze, Gun Metal, Pat--, ents, Tan Calf and Suede. An especially strong line of smart styles on the new English . GOD'S HERBS & ROOTS Welsh & Wiseman Co. DANVILLE. KENTUCKY. ously v)f .aBaBaa Iv Cure Diseases, The Bible says so, & it is being proven every day by the Cow Boy CHARLIE WHITEMOON, 3729-3- 1 Herbalist y W. Broadway, Louisville, Ky. Deep down In every human heart lies a NATURAL deslro for NATURE'S medicines. Roots & Herbs. Too lone have tbo secrets ot nature been neglected, too lout; bavo pcoplo disregarded Qod'a promises. Modern doctors think only ot "operations" & strong drugs, while human suffering & deaths from disease Increase- rapidly every year. Health Is natural, dlseaso unnatural. My years of experience as a Cow-bo& among tho Indians glvo mo a peculiar Btness & knowledgo ot tho powers of Roots ft Habs as medicines, my remedies bavo cured & are curing Dlood Poison. Lung Trouble, Kidney, Bladder, Liver. Female & Skin Troubles that were pronounced incurable diseases Rbouraatlsni. Dropsy, Catarrh, Nervous &&Stomach ono asking. I will mall tho greatest book by tho to any of Ha to tho doctors I want to PROVE this COW-UO- world HERUALIST," absolutely free. If you are not enjoying ALL over published, entitled "THE you INVESTIGATE MY CLAIMS. All letters of tio blessings of perfect health, your duty demands that Inquiry promptly answered. composed of 16 Roots & IIcbs, is the name of my great TOXIC, males t full nuarts of medicine, lasts about 3 months, costs only one dollar & is LEGALLY GUARANTEED is sold BY ALL DRUGGISTS & DEAL-PR- ? to satisfy THE PURCHASER or money refunded. IN MEDICINE for the nerres. stomach, liver, kidneys, bowels, bladder & blood, A household remedv if your drujoist hasn't got it or won't get it, I WILL FILL YOUR' most excellent. Ask for men, came up tho Liberty piko Friday at breakneck speed, ran over Yarncy Mooro'b favorito dog and sent him to kingdom come in a great deal less time than it takes to write these lines. Varnio was at Liberty, when it occum-- and you can imagine lie felt "dog gone" bad when he enmo home and learned of the fate of Hover. Mrs. J J. Durham of tlii Mt. Olive section, was thrown from a hoite a few dajs since and had both arms broken between tho hands and elbows. She is nbout 05 years ot age, nnd the accident is quite a serious one. Dr. W. T. Gnrncr, who set the broken hones snvs she will get along all right. taking him out of tho bug- i,t R BODY-BUILDE- . retain tptsiol mmritlunnt R Scotfs, Emulsion .whim (a in Tiimj oty auimilation. 1 J I is made of PURE VEGETABLE OILS FOR HUMAN SKIN ONLY, guaranteed to satisfy or money refunded, loc or 3 bars tje ot all dealers, Retail, who art supplied thru all wholesale dealers. OKDBCnJMU'!uTllStOOX'S SCIENCE SOPE coacantrtUd form and dit. tribuUt tatoa all ovar & body wkaout Usiaff la dftioa. Scott Bom. loomaM. W.J 1M1 proprua Indian creek and took Jack along to On t)ho way they identify Snow. saw Mack Jones coming their way, when Jack, who is always out for fun, saw an opportunity to play a joke, and said to tho Sheriff "There is your man Snow now". Mr. Browu alighted from his buggy and going up to Mack said: "This is Clay Snow is it not?" "No it is not Clay Snow" replied Mack. "Well I guess it is Clay too" said Drown "and I have nn order of nirest for you." Mack twisted about in a manner peculiar to himself nnd protested that his unmo was not Snow, but llrown proceeded to get out his pa pers when Jack became so full he could not stand it no longer and burst out iu a hearty laugh. They n lnln nml InlirAil cori. llinti fiiiw tho district, mark our prediction. to tho county's capital. The Jack Wells plajed a good ioko on gave teachers of the graded school an ico cream supper at tho col Sheiiff W. T. llrown nnd Mack Jones, sometime ago. Mr. Brown hud n capias for one, Clay Snow on It is cstiinnted that at least 5,000 gy and giving him n sound thrashing children attended, and took part in but he persuaded them to let him off Superintendent, J. C. Lays' school It really makes but little differrally at Liberty last Saturday. They ence what ticket Dinsmoro runs stands nbout as much show as went down iu wagons, buggies, horse bull in fly time. Hara back, in fact every manner of was adopted to carry them vey Helm will carry every county in vm-H- e bob-tailcon-eynu- ce lege Friday nfcht from which they reali7cd about $20. The proceeds will be used in papering two of tho school rooms. D C. Bjrlf, ttumiDj contractor lirlnc it (!(13 Ketling Court, Canton, III, It now well rid ol a ttrere anil annoilnc ens ot kidnrr trouble. lilt tack palnrd and ho wai both-w- l with hrailachu and dliir tptUi. "I took Foley Kidnrr pl!t Ui directed and In a few dayi I felt much better. My.lifa and iltfnjlh teemed to come back, and 1 tleep well. I am now all orer my trouble and slid to ttcommend Foley Kidney VUla." Try tbenu Old in Age But Modem in Ways i i The FIRST NATIONAL BANK, of Stanford is tho oldest institution in this section of the state, having been organized March 0, 1854. A bank to havo stood tho panics that have occurred in tho past 58 years must bo all right. This bank today is stronger and better than it ever was. While old in ago it is modem in methods. Our patrons, nnd they aro many, will testify to tho fact that wo tako caro of theui in a manner both pleasing and satisfactory. Your patronngo is respectfully asked. Remember our pledge of courteous treatment nnd honorable dealings. Our directory includes some of tho most prominent business men and farmers in thi3 section of the county. Try uj. H. C. BAUGHMAN, Cashier. J. S. H0CKER, Pres. W. W. SAUNDERS, Ind. S. T. HARRIS, Vice Pres.. J. R. HARRIS, loekkeeper. ';-- - TWW KR ' "''"' T )'"((" "I 'll(lll'iMH l.ip". U,, (,,., TT '(VI'-T- Pr X " " fT f , - fr. THE WlTIIHtt.JIMIWIAL tTAftM. KIWTIKSKY FWI1AY, StrTEMilfc, Hllt large tobneco bnrn and has it near completion. Jesse James, who bos been very low with complication of troubles H inproing slowly. Frank Coleman has abandoned the idea of going to Cincinnati and i going to build him n hoiice out on the pike. L. S. Donne has gone (o Illinois and will no doubt make that his Lome as lie has written for lii- - family. O. D. Boone has just completed n nilo for Charley Tsehanz. Henry Brummett hns moved bark to his residence on the old home I ,ft VERY IEIT SattaaH I th SUM. AihntttaMv mm af oSL-HSCHOOL NORMAL L3HHL UN FIVE KHQOLIIM IRADED fCHOOU SCHOOL OF MUSIC. COMMERCIAL SCHOOL I Sm BmimH Mwniriil Sflwol he NKLTOM Interior journal X. BACFLIT- - near town. Mrs. C. D. Singleton and son, Mack are visiting Mrs. Singleton's sister in Okla. Mrs. Singleton has been away about two weeks and will return home the first of next week. Mrs. Cleo Thosias is visiting her mother-in-laMrs Thomas at l'hil this week. Brother Fleming, wife and little daughter, Grace have returned to their home in Louisville after having spent their vacation here. Bro. Fleming will enter the Bible school again this fnll, but will still continue to preach for the Baptist, church here. Mrs. Kato Coffey is visiting her .Tnftto r son, George Coffey at Shelby City, this week. Prof. Caldwell and Thomas Earles spent Sundny in Cincinnati. Davis' Stare Elmore Siler and family, of Paris, nre visiting relatives and friends in thin section for a week of ten days, then they will take the train for Wisconsin, where they will be gone for two weeks visiting Mrs. Silcr's The farmers A TCXM WtMER. TM'TexM Wander turn kitfney J. h i 0. LEWIS, Primipal, LwHtai.Ky. fl A TXA BTBICTLT IN ADTAKCI tnt rUu Knltrtt al U mttt matter pfl t SUnltrt M DEMOCRATIC TICKET ttr PtfUtnt I I'. Women's Feet What is prettier and what is a woman prouder of than a WELL FORMED FOOT, in a well drafted shoe? We our going to make our Women's Shoe Department merit that same reputation for service and style that our Men's Shoes have all these years. We are showing today Women's footwear in prices from $1.50 to $5, from an old lady's top house keeping shoe to a button boot, in heavy leather for the mud, in Vici, Velvet, Patent Leather, Gun Metal, Buckskins, for the house and street. Hose to match these shoes at 10c, 25c, 50c and $1 a pair and we think them a little better quality than you usually get. 4-in- ch 16-inc- For For rr Ttr rer Ttr JfpuralW. MetrtH. WOODROW WILSON. V. fntTUOB. R. MARSHALL Vongrtti HARVEY HELM VomttK'i Atty E. V. PURTEAR Circuit tUr J. T. IIOLDAM M. FIELDS 0, NEWLAND Mter. are through housing tobacco and the crop is up to the nvrrape and they nre anxiously waiting and expecting n fair price. Willinm Anderson is building a place. M aMvwer weUvfaey removing grsv el, cures diabetes, weak and lane backs, rheumatism, and all irregularities of the kidneya and bladdtr in both men and women. Regulates bladder troubles in bildren. If not sold by your druggist, will be ctnt by mail on receipt of $1: One small bottle is two months' treatment, and seldom fails to perfect as care. Send for testimonials from Kentucky and other states. Dr. E. W. Hall, 2026 Olive street, St. Louis, Mo., Sold by Shugara and Tanner. Th anaranerratnta Im this column ars of candidal lor oinet, lobjfcl to tb action of no annosnwociiM in Democratic primary, will made, snltss paid for In adtaaetl Tor JTBrMntttr V1K0IL McMULLIN. For SXtrif U. B. BAUGHIIA!! D. W. H1VEN8 J. O. WEATHERTOED T. J. HILL For County Juifo T. A. HICK M. T. NORTH Pelitlcal Anmuncementi t This interesting clothes announcement appears in the October issues of a number of leading publications for women. Remember, in this city ours is The Store That Sells Wooltex. F r & 'I OEOKOE DKDOKDE DINK FARMER WILLIAM H. HESTER W. A. CARSON Tor AtttHOT P. L. BECK M. OWENS R. H. BRONAUOH V. C. 8ANDIOUE J. U. BOONE W. T. GARNER LAFE MORGAN William C. Long, Fcr Jtiltr PEVTON l'ARRISl! A. B. Robertson & Bro. ivy a Ava h l- - x Woodrow 'Wilson won a prcat in the New Jersey prinrnriei. Congressman Hushes, hU choice defeated James Smith, Jr., for the democratic nomination for United States. Senator. Smith is n notoii-ou- s boss of the old type, and Wilson mmle n personal iitrlit against hid nominntion. Wilson has denmn- etrnted repeatedly that he is not afraid to take a stand for vwiat u believes to be rfcht regardless of any and nil considerations. He could have had the united support Jersey ull New of democrats if he had submitted to the nomination of Smith. As it was, be was willing to have his ranks divided at home, rather than see a roan of Smith's type po from New Jersey in the senate. What a contrast to Taft and his cringin? and truckling to Cannon, Aldrich, Penrose, and Bill Barnes, the infamous republican bosses. McKinney. Mi.s Florence Epperson, who has been at the Spitler Sanitorinm for the last two uceks returned to her home here this week much improved in her health. Mrs. E. J. Tanner, went np to Junction City Wednesday to visit her mother, Mrs. M. V. Owens, who has just returned from the south. Mrs. Clay Qooch and pretty little daughter, Ruth Mildred, of Somerset, lme returned to their home. Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Owens and daughter Bvriuee, of Hommy, Okla. are in from the west visiting their old home and friends and will be here in a few days to spend a while. The Christian Endeavor will meet at the Christian church on Sunday-nigh-t at 6:30 o'clock. Miss Zoe Butler will lead the meeting and will have an interesting program for the occasion. Everyone invited to come and take part in these m?tines. Mrs. John L. Dajton has joined tier tiuhbiiuu in Somerset and will make that their future home. Mr. Dayton is cmplojed by the Columbia Single Tree Co., of that place. Mrs. Dayton has ' a large number of friends here, who hate to lose her from our midst. News has been received here announcing tho birth of a little daughter to Mr. and Mrs. Fred Droze, of California. Mr?. Drozo will be remembered here a the oldest, dangh-te- r of Mr. and Mrs. Tom Qooch of A WARNING Some TO MANY if i Tk Swai-Fitt- CM TV. T44r BW Cmi i TV " - tit iu TU kUfebb kM Coins home from Church In thtk bauiiful Wooltex clothe Cmi Urn. 7M TV.MrffWCVJWCtrU.TSS 1m Kibwjlirra 3itrU.SlS TW.E.. SaMrfa.SH ill BF W The truest coat and suit values Outer garments of the highest type at moderate prices Like all Wooltex garments, these were designed by the greatest style experts in America, from suggestions and models submitted by Madame Savarie, head of the Wooltex Fashion Bureau in Paris. Thus you can get, in buying a superior quality that enables us to give the extraordinary guarantee of two full season? satisfactory service. Fi L! H. J. McROBERTS STANFORD, KENTUCKY The Farmer's Friends Superior and Peoria Grain Drills Call and see the new stock f rfnwascJts Na.tS0 9w ismt 1 sy r I ( V TtS J fVi If li Wooltex coat or suit, the work of the best designersof Europe and America, combined to make styles so attractive and distinguished that men and women everywhere admire them. (Look at the illustrations? Note well the grace of line the charming silhouette of each garment. When your coat or suit bears the and fineness of finish you can obtain Wooltex label, you know that the Wooltex coats and suits at moderate prices. charm of its style will last, for every bit of material is pure silk or pure For as little as $25.00 you can buy wool every stitch is sewn as the best a Wooltex coat or suit that is the custom tailor would sew it. equal of many unknown garments You will get a garment, so carefully priced at $35.00 or even $40.00. It inspected before it left our workrooms is the efficiency of production that that you may be sure of its superior gives you this advantage when you goodness. It .is the certainty of. get a Wooltex suit or coat. I Go to The Store That Sells Wooltex in your own city and see these garments. Examine them carefully. Note the pure silk linings, the shields at the armholes; the soft canvas interlining; the melton lined collar. These arc but four of the twenty-seve- n distinct points of superiority of Wooltex over other garments. Yet, despite the high quality of materials and workmanship the care jit p : W.EHiggins Stanford, Ky. r . tftSMMMr iTImSotIc. Suit Na.SU The styles that are coming E E K M in" TVaCatlUa Salt No. 810 Automobiles fully equipped, used a short while as a debe told from a new car, $1,100. Overland, Model 61, fully equipped, same as new $1,400. six cylinder, 46hoTse power fully equipped $650. Overland, Steams, 7 passenger, new body, new top and windshield, extra casing $700. Mitchell, Model K SO horse power, 5 passenger, fullv equipped Dverland, Model CO, next 30 We have the following bargains to offer, if sold within the dy: monstrator. Cannot Overland, Model 41, 40 horse power, newly with full aqHifwent $600 and sew tires in rear $500. painted, new top, i grocerymen, $500. We are constantly taking second band cars in tr&de for new cars. Let us have your wants. Our 1913 line of new cars will be ready to demonstrate, oy augusi uvm. JN0. 0. REID, Sales Agent, FM THE JWWCLAt AVTtMMILE CO.. CINCINNATI, 0. Interesting Facts. Regarding Health statistics Few people realize to what extent their health depends upon the con. dition of the kidneys. The physician in nearly all cases of serious illness, makes a chemical analysis of the patient's urine. lie knows that unless the kidnevs 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 are sure to follow. According to health statistics, Blight's disease which is really an advanced form of kidney trouble, caused nearly ten thousand deaths in 1010, in the state of New York alone. There fore, it behooves us to pay more at tention to the health of these most important organs. An ideal compound that has had remarkable success as a kidney remedy is Dr. Kilmer's Swamp-Rothe great kidney, liver and bladder remedy. The mild and healing influence of this preparation is soon realized. It stands the highest for its remarkable record of cures. If you feel that your kidneys require) attention, and wish a sample bottle, write to Dr. Kilmer & Co., Binghamton, N. Y. Mention this paper and they will gladly forward it to yon absolutely free, by mail. Swamp-Rois Bold by every druggists in bottles of two siea 50c and $1. .. ot ot smsmT vlamBmr MM THE H.BHACK COMPANY MSWNUSmoMMHW .CUVIU .9 M RZr k M rV-Ba- -i Tbteannwti on thli page show the Style Tht Ate Coming In. Woolttx Styles are fresh and authoritative as well as attractive; and tbus give you many months if additional style leadership. , Try en a (all Wooltex suit or coat. Let the mirror tell you Its own story of how you look la the new fall fashions. You will congratulate yourself unon the day when Crjt you became a wearer of these superior, these refined, these Wooltex Garments. Writ to Th. 1 1. Black Coropaojf,CT.lin J, Ohio, tor Ih. Wuoltn IlooS for -"'l h. Mjrle UluUnLJ. Sec the garments themselves la your own city at - 11 f Ha, TV. The Store That Sells 7vKrakManTGMt Na.777 avr aMMsjaAvro Ksv v4 ar Wooltex coiU MiiU TV.)CraafaiCatf skirt N..SM A. B. Robertson & Bro. "The StorelThat Sells Wooltex." 'fH DANVILLE, KY. Jl . SawSSawawawSSLSS 'iawMawM . , . J.t r ' - n I - ' r." THE STAWflJIt HtTINHB JOURNAL, STANFSRt. KENTUCKY Mr. Alfred Pence will leave Saturday for Franklin, Tenn. Mrs. Itusell Drown is the guest of her parents, Dr. nnd Mrs. L S. reWesley nt Liberty. Mrs. E. W. Harris, of Lancaster, has returned home alter n visit to her son, Mr. J. It. Harris and wife. Dr. and Mrs. D. E. Proctor, nre rejoicing over the arrival of twin boys nt their home. Mrs. John S. Ilaughmnn and daughter, Miss Eddie Ilrucc, spent Man-to- n several dnys in Richmond Inst week, the guestN of Mi"s Hemic Turley. Mrs. John Mcrshon, of Somerset, is here isiting her daughter, Mrs. A. C Hill. Mr. J. M. Collier, of Crnb Orch-Aipassed through here Titan-da- y m on his wny to Dolphin, Aln., where 3bt .fir ho has accepted n position. Master of Trains W. O. Dilly and L. ic K. Agent Arthur Hnrris, of Lebanon, were here for a short time Thursday. Mr. Frank Coidier, formerly past master nt Rowland, n very proud nnnt eitiren, is quite ill nt his home at Rowland. Thcio is very little hope for his recovery. Wednesday was his (8th birthday and nil of his Mr. A. II. C. Dinwiddle, of Shelby children were present. Personal and Social. City was here Thursday. Congressman Harvey Helm took in SHORT LOCAL NEWS Misses Kate and Pnttio Alcorn Thursday. the Liberty fair weiu in Duuwllu Wednesday. Get the best life insurnucc policy J. L. Slonn ii convalescent, after ilia. V. S. Dculuun has returned 7C-ii severe attack of mnlarim lover. home after a 'visit to lclntivca nn J from Fish & Uromley. Mrs. Hcllc Dnltun, of Crab Orch- lriends in Danville. Soon he time to start your fire ard, in here visiting relatives and Mr. nnd Mrs. Jnmcs Woods, of Aro you fnlly insured? Ilctter sec friends. Somerset, nre tho ( guests of Mrs. "C- Fish & Bromley nnd be safe. Miss Kstilt Walker, of Lancaster, Ilettie Ilnrdin. home after a visit to bns returned Mr. nnd Mis. It. S. Suiiicrille, For land surveying call on M. C Miss Hello Denny. were in Dninille Wednesday, on bus- Xcwlnnd, Route 1, Sennford, Ky., or Miss Mollic Ditugbcrty has return- iness. . Crnb Orchard phono him nt 30 .Mrs. Hcttic Hardin has returned ed after n visit to Mrs. burton nt Danville. from Danville, where, she has been Mr. C. It. Coleman, of Cary, has visiting Mr. nnd Mrs. M. J. Fnrris. Sunday services nt tho Baptist day with his been here several Mrs. John Shanks returned to her church b" Prof. II. E. Foglc, nt family. home at Columbus, Ga., nftcr a vis- 10:4.r in the morning; Sundav school Mr. J. A. Oliver, a prominent mer- it to her mother, Mrs. Lelia Cook. at 9:43: B. Y. P. U. nt C:J5. There was here Miss Susan lllnin, uf Hustonvillc, will be no evening service. chant, of LivingMon, Daviis the guest of Thursday on business. Mr. Ed Stone, and Miss Elsio Sin- son. Fall Opening. Dr. W. X. Craig was over from gleton, of Danville, were tho guests You arc cordially invited to attend Former Kerea early in the week and spent our display of millinery, which will of Misses Snllie and a day or so with his family here. Wcdnct-dny- . be shown Saturday, Sept. 2Sth. Noel Miss Mary Kendrick Duddernr, Sisters. Col. M. F. Elkin, of Lexington, one Danville. who has been quite ill with scarlet of tho biggest Mueeubees in tht rapidly, her here Wednesday slinking fcer, is improving was Mr. 0. Buck, the hustling mnn-a"many friends will lie glud to know. hands with his raony friends. of the Richardson store at Linry Hick, of Topekn, Kansas, Junction City, was here early in the Ft. Mr. William I. Haines, of afwas here, the guest of his former week and says their big diamond Wayne, Ind., has returned home ter n plenwint visit to her daugh- Owen county friend, Cashier M. II. ring popularity contest is creating ter, Mr. J. Matt Martin and family. Snlin, of the Stute Dank & Trust a crcat deal uf interest. The standeek. Lucieti Dunn, of Ciflb Orchard, Cw., tlii-- . ing of the contestnnts will appear Mr. nnd Mrs. J. C. Reynolds arc in the Interior was a prominent young democrat if Journal a'nin next parthe East End, who attended the spending seycrnl days with her week, us Mr. Buck says he finds the democratic barbecue at Lexington ents. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Smith, I. J. has more Tenders in and around They will make their nt Mnysville. lad week. Junction City nnd Shelby City than J. It. Snrtain and wife motored future home in this city. all other papers combined. Margaret Davison, tho Miss days over to Wilmore, Ky., n few daughter of Dr. ond Mrs. It. L. Dav-isoago with their uncle and aunt, Mr. Southern Railway. who is the ngent for the Wonnd Mrs. A. J. Ovcrstrect. They rePopular excursion Sunday Sept. man's World received n very handturned Saturday evening. 29th, between Louisville, Lexington, A. J. Rifcticy returned homo thw some phonograph this week as a Danville, Georgetown, Lawrencc-bun- r, rel- rewnrd for her work. week, nftcr nn extended visit to Hnrrodsbtirg. Shelbyvi'le, ond Putnam, of Lebanon, Mrs. It. II. atives in Kniihas, Missouri, nnd Versailles, mid intermediate stations other points in the west. He spent was here Wednesday the guest of in both directions. $1.50 between She left with his brother, Joseph, Mrs. Mnttie Withers. tonic time Lexington, Danville. Georgetown Kigncy in Palmyra, Mioauiin, "... Wednesday night for Columbus, M round-triwhere she will visit Mrs. E. P. Ows and Louisville, for the Kreatly enjoyed his trip. tickets limited to return on date of Drug ley and Mrs. Thomas Shanks. Frank L. Ue, of the Itcxnll passed The news has been received nere sale. Proportionately low rates beut Middlesboro, Store, Contween intermediate stations. through here last week for a bus- of the mnrriage of Miss Grace Ln sult nnv Southern railway agent or Louis, Cincinnati Verne Brady, of Highland Park, to iness trip to St. write II. C. King, CTA, Lexington, nnd Chicago. Mrs. Lee and sister, Mr. Arthur A. Ernest, on Sept. 25. Ky., D. II. Todd, DPA, Louisville, Mrs. Mason Owsley, of Florida, arc The bride is well known here, hnving Ky., J. C. Beam, AGPA, St. Louis. in Harlan the guests of Mrs. Virgil lived here for several years before Mo. cning to Highland Park. Lee during Mr. Iee's absence. FIHiAV. KPTtWCR M. 1112, s WW999mf We have just ceived ourFallshoes in Patents, Vicis, Velvets, Gun Me tali Etc. We handle the famous May line. Stimulate Children? Ask your doctor how often tie prescribes an alcoholic stimulant for cnildrcn. He will probably say, "Very, very rarely." Ask him how a tcnic for often he them. He will probably answer, "Very,very frequently." Then ask him about Ayer's .Snrsaparilla as a strong and safe tonic for the young. Not a drop of alcohol in it. Always keep a box of Ayer'i Pillt in the house. Jutt one pill at bedtime, now and then, will ward off many an attack f biliousness, indigestion, How many years has your doctor known these pilli? Ask him all about them. Made br th t.O. ATEB CO.. Low. 11. Mua. I I Do These Cool Mornings Pinch? We have your needs in Underwear for all kinds of weather. You will find no better in quality and style at right prices. d, Hughes, Martin & Co. Stanford. Ky. Itcv. J. O. Livingston will prench nt King's Mountain next Sunday morning at 11 o'clock nnd also ut night. For Sale. automobile runabout G months. Fnlly equipned except speedometer. Would consider a pood gentle horse in trade for it. It. M. Arnold, Dan77-ville, Ky. 3. Ladies Light Weight VesU and Pants - - - 25c Ladies Light Weight Union Suits - - - 50c Misses and Children's Light Weight Union suits 25c Ladies and Children's Munsing UnionSuits50c to $2.50 Long Sleeve Knit Corset Covers - - 50c and 25c Two passenger Buick 2. The Crnb Orchard tnx books arc rendy nnd at the Crnb Orchard Unnk. Miss Ophelia Lackey, Treas77-urer. 4. We sell Duofold Underwear for Men and Women, interwoven, wool outside, cotton inside-Li- ght weight but very warm, without the scratch. of Rro. John Christophcrson, Lexington, will brin n ten days' mcetinc at the Crnb Orchard Chris-lin- n church Saturday night, Sept. 28, nt 7 P. M. All arc invited to attend each meeting. There will be a free lecture nt the Christian church Friday .evening. Sept. 27, by It. S. Wilson a Teturned missionary from Bolingo, Africa. He will in nddition to the lecture display a great collection of curios. Everyone cordially invited, especially the 77-- 2. children SEVERANCE All wool suits, from $10 to $30, open for your inspection at Cummins & Wearens'. & SON Miss-Margur- 0a ate CLOSE TO THE PEOPLE During the 42 years of its existence this bank has always endeavored to keep close to the people of Stanford and their best interests. That it has succeeded is shown by its steady growth and the large number of loyal depositors. We have a service for every man, woman and child in Lincoln county, nnd wo want a part in building up the financial interests of MORE people. That in eludes you, and a checking account will open the way. $100,000 $100,100.00 To Court House n, er Presbyterian Services at the church Sunday, Sept. 29th. Bible bchool nt 9:30. Morning service nt 11 o'clock, subject, ("Family Religion". Young Peoples' meeting at 7 Ground wn broken at Mt. Vernon P. M. No evening service. this week for the foundation of n $20,000 hotel. The name will be the Rev. J. J. Thompson, of GeorgeKcnmore or the Montrose. town, began a ten days' revival at Rev. Joi. Ballon will preach nt the Methodist church at Preachers-villGood crowds are in Logan's Creek Sunday morning nt 11 o'clock. All are invited to hear e. Lincoln County National Bank Capital Surplus Resources .$500,000 him. Corner Next n, Use NesbitU Golden Ointment for nil bkin di5ene. It has cured bloodpoison, tetter, ringworm, scalds sores, head eczema, erysipelas, Price It nlo cures injured stocje. "0 cents per jar, manufactured and pold by It. S. Benzley. Mt. Vernon, 77-lKy. p. ing following he was found dead on the railroad track at Erlanger. His liody will he brought home for in terment. Stanford, well improved 200 acre blue crass farm, good two story house big stock barn with silo, plenty of everlasting spring water. For further informa tion see and write Adolpb VonUrue- nigan, btantord or tied VonAllman, 34 and Bank street, Luuiovi'le, Ky. last Sunday and the Monday Will Sims, son of the widow Ma-haSiuib left King's Mountain on lu morn- E. D. Pennington, Ceimty Surveyor 52-6- ' Ky. FIRE INSURANCE 1 For Sale. Near General Farm Surveying Phone 172, Stttferd, W SURETY BONDS M. ft. HXWLAIfD ky. TAMFena, p; Rev. 'W. S. Willis, who has been conducting a scries of meetings in Madison county, will return home Saturday nnd preach nt the Huston- ille Christian church Sunday, Sept. 9th. nt Vhe ffiell jfcas ffiunty Ithode Islnn 1 Red bens nd lot in For Sale. House and 50c; also White Guineas at $1 apiece. One good bone cutter Moreland; all necessary outbuildings and one vegetable cutter nt $3. Mrs. place well watered, cistern at door. p W. J. Edmiston, Crab Orchard. 74S Mrs. Addie Jenningb.Moreland. 7SC 75-8- For Sale Ford Auto, Model T Let bond. Good Fish & Bromley sign your 76-- 2 Call and seo our fall clothes for boy, if you want the latest. Cummins & Wearen, $or Straw Jfcats jHead this way for a soft hat when you're ready to fall into line. All the best styles here Many smart fellows are wearing Our "Gray Borsalinos," an imported production worthy of consideration. $3.00. 'feaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaa White Girl Wanted. Permanent home and good wage. Ad73-dress Box 272. 4. For Sale. A good buggy horse suitabc for ndies to drive; not afraid of automobiles. Mrs. George 77-D. Wcaien. You want the best policy when vou insure. See Fish & Bromley, Stanford, Ky. Insure everything. BTrc of Ohio Citt or Toudo. i f Lucas cocxtt. Franc J. Cuenit makrc oath tbat lie If atnlor partotr or tne nrm 01 r. J. ciuvtt a to. aoioc bmlnMM in tbe city o( Tolrdo. County and Btau atornald. and that aald firm will par tbe turn tf u.Ni: HUNDRED DOLLARS (or rath and evrrjr caw ol Catamw that cannot be cuted by the we ol llALL'i CiTAKAH CVU. FRANK t. CHENEY". Pworn to before me and vubwribn Ui iur pmtuce. thta (th day ot December, A. D.. less. ' I A. W. OLEASON. I Attention, Public! On Thursday, September 26th, we will open our ad HOT SODA LUNCHONETTE dewhich includes MENU partment, following the Hot Chocolate Tomato Boullion French Drip Coffee Clam Boullion l'1lL ( Noiari rnuc. Haifa Catarrh Cure la 'taTen Internally and acta directly upon tbe blood and mucoua aurlacea ot the tyitcm. Njid for tcitlmonlali. frre. CO . Toledo. O F. J. ClltNEY Fold tT all Pruceliie. 75c. Taxe llill FainUT lilla for rooitlpatlon. Tl Oar in Cummins & to be given away . Wear-en'slwindo- w, For that brown taste we're showing four different shades in telescopes and $3.00 and $4.00. alpines. Austrian Velours in a dozen different shades "Come, are going to be the "thing." Beef Tea Hot Malted Milk Hot Lemonade Hot Egg Malted Milk LUNCHEONETTE Oysters Any Stylo Chile con Carno Boston Baked Beans Oyster Cocktail Swiss Cheese Sandwich Ham Sandwiches Egg Sandwich Queen Qualitv shoes for ladies in fall styles aro being shown by Cummins & Wearen this week. on Saturday, September 28th, is a Model T, price $590.00 f o. Your Hihsi Nuds Painting Largest Line of Stetsons in Central Kentucky. Choo. while the choosing is good. Try Our Special Hot Roast Beef Sandwich Sraue Cox dt Company (Incorporated) COOK & CABLE Successors to MahanjL Grimes TinitD AND MAIN LEXINGTON, KENTUCKY. DANVILLE, KENTUCKY Step off and take a leek at home, Doesn't It need palntinq? Now it the time to have it dene. Paint before the winter rain and snow be gins to fly. Harm's Green Seal, the made te wear paints are the right kind te use. Formula with every can. For Sale by G. I. PRUITT, More-lan- d, Ky., and L. L SANDERS, Crab Orchard, Ky. volur Meet me at Cummins & Wearen's store this week and I will be pleased to demonstrate this Car. b. factory. W. E. GLOVER, Agt, Stanford, Kentucky. !) '., tMf V mi 'nl'di 'm'wmr' utnm'tny a i iiiiinil i hi i ktinm iii) mgiff l$u: tMNIt4NNflNH THE IHTEIHtW JfWHAL. ITAHFtWt. KEHTWCKV FWIIAY, lEPTEWtEB 1112. 3vt i.v; TURD ANNUA. SALE I rvim : Vi lttt i&i Sire r4i F Mules, Brood Mares and Colts Business Horses, Jacks, Etc w av:: p AW . : . Wednesday. Oct. NUNNELLEY'S Stanford, Ky., 58S? p m 200 Alii AuVi nr-- A NK KRK STOCK YARDS (Under Cover j Etc; 100 Yards From at 9:00 A. M., Sharp T.V-- w Railroad Station :vt, Beginning 3fi :? A? A am 258 :ia A ..ftBW MM A . lO Mule Colts, all good ones. 65 Mules from two to five years old, including 1 9 well matched pairs. This will be a rare opportunity to get an extra team of mules, since this whole lot of Mules are the best I have ever sold at auction. 65 Draft Bred Work and Brood Mares, all ages. The right kind from which to raise mules; good style, good bone, weighing from 1 1 OO to 1 600 pounds and nearly all safely in foal to good Jacks. including 2 extra stallions. These Ponies are all 35 Ponies and cross breeds, from colts to good shape and size and mostly Mares bred to good Shetland studs. 10 Extra Saddle and Harness Bred Mares and Geldings, 3 to 5 years old, all broke and good kind. Harness Bred Saddle Bred Stallion. 1 good 4 Good Jacks, 2 to 8 years old. 1 Good young and most of them broke. Stallion. 20 Branded Western Mares, all Terms-Si- x Dinner for all. months, bankable note. lds, 3-year-3-year-old 200 Head of Mules, Brood Mares, Horses, Jacks .; A ?!? :? . ,5 :v.v rxfc &? i m J.aV. All this Stock will Positively Be Sold to the Highest Bidder. No other Sale in this Country Offers Such Opportunities for the Buyers to select just what they want, and no other sale gives the same guarantee of age and soundness, as I do. ware J. H. BAUGHMAN, Stanford Auctioneers, I. M. Dunn, Danville, Ky., and Geo. Speaks, Paris, Ky. 'A? a- - W. C. Shanks will sell 50 head of Mules, Brood Mares and Jersey Cows the day betore my sale. :: f.i'.k- - :n;iv l-S:!- ''",, ,9mf THE tTAWFtW IHTEBIOB JOUBWAt. 1TAWFQRO, KENTUCKY FRIDAY. tEPTEMER , 1812, IN MAMMOTH The Dry Fall Outlnn CAVE A WOMAN'SandGOOD pain. Many woman loolct old LOOKS freedom Dtfft4 en Mr enrel health ,lt li Invariably the rule that ttich women tuffer little, or not at all, from womanly !eranementa which P the health nnd leate in the fice the ttnry of pain nd lufferlnd. Ur.K. V. I lerce.the fsmout tpeclalltt In the ditcatct of women, found tell-tal- e tcar-line- d SlaftifHl from early womanhood, the turTera from frequently recurring derangement! her womanly health. If the he beautiful the (rrmi Into that mellow that ate without wrlnklei and enmfcet ahout the eye or the hlue circlet underneath. fcifora tor heeaute of Ihote irretfularitiet which are estentially feminine. Irom prescription In hit early practice that toothed the orjanitm peculiar to woman hood-oi- led the machinery , at it were, of the human ) item-a- nd helped the woman and eCcd her face. This remedy hecamo lo pan Ihote painful periods (hit iiib ncii'Knuwn i;r. fierce a lmurile rrctcription, that hat benefited thoiitundt ol women and ttved them'from mltery nnd tulfcrinit at different pcrlodt In tile. , Mr llAKn.T E. !1riicr,ifSUIlrihlSlrK.t.RrTil1i.OMrtiMi I am now a well omn after sufferlne- - for three years and doctortnc rlinirmnn of the diviaion board vt trustees tfnvo the teachers pit instructive talk, which was hy nil. School rondilioiiM were very nhly tliapnmetl liy Prof. Mr.Miilliiu supervisor rural scliools. ir Prof. A. IF. Loup envc n mot Inlk on the iojtress of peliotils. Motioned and enrrird that llto teachers tender their thnnks to the pood people of Ktnu's M.uintnin, for their linspitnlity. A free dinner was served nnd tho tiny was greatly enjoyed 1.v nil preaent. McMiillin, inter-pxtin- CRACK LITTLE SHETLAND PONY FOUND DEAD For Sale. J. 1G,000 tobacco sticks 64-t- f. A. Given?. McKinncy, Ky. to Kentucky's Great Subteranean Wonder, or 200 Miles Under Ground Tuesday, Oct. 15 Arranged for private nnd select H. B. Nortiicott Dealer Ih patties, sH Aae- - ICM.I1MCW. with several nllTerentil'-tors- , eech one sajlna: somethtna- - different. en.1 the hit cm. after putting in through a thorough examination, U1 suffering I mm a whle h. In time, wouM result In eaneer, ami ssfcl I would not lire mora thin two years If not oper-at- n urmn awajr, I dmrnuraneil I fensent tortrht mwrallnn Imnt hnpeleolr ami Vn much liut woull not the u es I eak sfrsU, but at UikUimuali lU ..I vice of a frlrrul, I tried Dr. Pierre's meillclnea, and iirr u.inK two Iionics or in ranirlt rrewrlpttnn' I Immediate!? !.. iiml two felt a chant. of 'llrallnir Surpoalunlrt ' and jltht lutea of xtln Tal.lets.' sn.1 ran safely l.r.lw the name of Dr. I'lerr. mnllrlnri to all hn suffer f ran any female riltmM, for lhw I Mr. mlklnM afall IhrV .. Clmnl- In I.. tn.l - alx.ua Miltl k.ln wws ttir thr have liclpwl m, m ltu lnn WILSON BEST EQUIPPED CANDIDATE SINCE LINCOLN Senator Gardner, of Maine Gives Strong Reasons Why Farmers Should Vote For Him. In thB rTiirM Ktam rontct Know-- ntm a 1 know him. And aupptrmentinic all theaa qunlltlea la the addition that hla home It one of perfect balance, Nono can meet the splendid Mrs, Wilton and her three refined, cultural dauehtert feel that tho whole family of Woodrow Wilton waf etpeclally prepared to nil a creat need In the pretent crltlt In the hit-lor- y of our country, aa ucre Wathlngton, Jerferton, Jackson and Lincoln, and t Mould ndvlio the fannera upon nvy reputation aa a man W you nant to iotect your own Intertill and thoo of our families, If you wnnt to render the Kreateat pottlhlo cood to your country and futuni Rtncratlons, If ou nant to conttll.uto )our part to tho end flint opular Kovcrn-meunder (lod shall not prlsh from the nrtli, then seo that tho Hon, Woodrow Wilson Is elected president. lth their perfect naturalneaa but mutt Insurance Rates Ordered lediielioii in insurance rates for the Stale of Kentucky lias been ordered by the State Insurance ( oiimiis.MDii which has just made un its new schedule. The Commission lias decided on it general reduction of intes on all classes of tl wet inns, farm hottacs and their contents Nothing lins been done rct'it riling ineicniitilc rates or special hazards; tlio.Mi come tip later. The new rate will show a reduction throughout tho Sliite of ahout 't per cent. Lower A lii I the ernck Shetland stullioti belonging to Hugh Hoid Foster, was found dead in u field at the home 'of the lad's father, J, H. Foster, two miles from town, Inst week. The it t lo animal wa.s about l'J years old and vras considered one of the finest pony sires in this Doe Gray, Cave wheti'nt its best. Hound-tri- p railroad fare from Stanford on regulnr and nil way stations train 4:10 n. m. Hoard and Cuvc Hotel from nrrivnl for dinner until after dinner following day, also including the two trips through the cave for ?.". i"0. Limit on tickets 10 part of the state So far as known, days. Write or phone L. & N. Agent. he had lie been ill, and his death is supposed to IiaV" been caused by old Kobtrt W. lltrter, Lawrencerlile, Mo., who age, ns ho was about l'J years old, hid been bothered with kidney trouble for different tsyt: considered a good, old ago for n tiro ytsrtkidney pllli t tried three relief. My bat wllh.no klndt of Shetland. Young Mr, Foster, is dis- neighbor told me to Die Foley Kidney Pills, consolate over tho loss of his pet. I took three bottlet et them, and got a per" manent enre. t recommend them to He will fintl him very hnrd to replace Bhnrart and Tanner. arery-body.- homo people and their visitors, lliver low, echo grand, nnd envo ,iry. Tho time to see Mninmoth Poultry, Eggi, Produce, Salt, Lime & Cement PHONE 153. Stanford, Ky. Tho reasons why tboto eiicnecd In ncrlculturnl puraults should upiort Governor Woodrow WIUou for pretl-driuiu htronclj- tot forth Uy Sonator Clunliivr of Mill no In tin Obtidhli r ll to fnrtuer. Gnrtlncr It n prnrtlenl fanner, ono who farm lilt own farm, nnd ho It prolmbly In closer toiuh ttiut with country vironments tin") any lie Ufa. e " nicely ii prn?re.-iiij.-' V. ('. (iillilmitl mill Mim jenm Senator f.nrd-tie- .Maude lirou'ii its teitelicrs. For twenty-firMi, Slmiie ilioil of n eoiiiilicn-tnhas been actively Interettctl In ol ilirttees, nnd wiim Inn iod litht tli national crance. and fur ten jonrn he was tho master of tho state trance week. Slit-- liml been eoiifineil to lier of Slolne. A few years nco lie emtio bed f.rr heveriil inolitliH .tml hiiffer-n- l iiitiii-elfor two weeks before within n clow marelti of bvlne elected (lie end ciime. She wiw a member tovcnior of tho Pino Tree State. A llttlo lent than a jenr iiko, when of the .Milhodiit church and a de- uiit (lirilinn worker for the Lord. Penator I'rye. who hail rwiretented Mnluu In tho aennto for thirty yean, I She lcii(" it liunbiind to mourn Iter Much hjmpntliy i felt for died. Governor rinlstcl houortil Mr. 'n.f. (Innlncr ami recognized the ncrlcul- - tntn in lib. sml and Imiely hours, i: tural Interests of the country by ap-- j Mr. 1'uimii' Skidnmre hits hlui to the L'liltetl States sen- - ,.,l UT ,,mw after a few days' ate, where be has made n most credit- - (mt with iclniive.. ablo record, tfevotlni: particular atten- jfr,. .ary ('. Dye U nt I.exini;-tlo- n to tho relfnro of tho c.reat niral w.rP b,e was called to the He It now bNnlc f ln.r population of tho country who is very a candidate for reelection ai.d will un- - j ,u H improvin-r- . . tloubtcdly b successful. '. 'j'. I'lttnam. of Lebanon. j j,,,,,.!,,,,, In his address Senator Gardner j, with relatives for u To tho Farmers uf Ilia UnlleJ Statet. jt,w week'. Mi- Minpirot Itonlwi is of you and for tho sreate, with triemU 111 of my Ufa haln been endued In Itii; a few Weeks erday duties of my tha rractloal HUioinilitull, lllil. tenty-neara farm. tialn been for i li..r mini Ir ' ,.1Ur"tt (Mt omrlallr at woik ihrousr. toanSt of r.d ( arey, (it l? wl.Ul I.CXItlutJII. who liUi arrlculture and tha national and state ill. Krancra. bavin ere! four )ear as sec- ond oKlcer of the national manee and as i).u.r l(,,.,. luls returned to ' master of tha Maine state sranice ten ysara. during which time tha onler In lllooiiiinloll, llld., alter a lew days Maine adJe.1 JJ.IO membera and attained with relatives. a poer and Innuence never held before, j j, j, ' Thome after u few . . 1 feel I am In a position lo apeak from tha tundpolnt of one ho knowa tha farmer das visit with lelative., has return-an- d hla neeJa, and It It solely because of (d to tier Inline in Cwitliinilil. I Llleilitln Kidd. has been this that I am promptrJ to addreta you. eara farmers hao justly com- - at W'aMiesbiirr. Kor plalne.1 of belnir lo pull at the dlWi . f Alabama, is, . , short end of the oke tiecause of unfair IClllllVes Here. In Irelltatlon un.l iml.iii Mvi. (iiiir.'e Uillilaild Mr. anil and transportation, and ut the pivsent time the farmera are charged with belli . Mstti'd I heir daiiKliter, Mrs. ,1. living when tl causa of the tilsti cost of lle Holds hist week. - n mntt- -r -- f f I, I"' Mi- -, Ollie Walls atfer spendinc n tha amount Invested In their business, the houia dcvotel to lianl lalmr anJ even' lew davs with relatives at Stanford thlnir connected with the details of agrinnd Miivu'oo,) ban rettttiied li.ime. cultural llf.t they are. at a whole, the Tlie Teachers' .Meeting which was In this couniioori'St raid clasa of try while relatUely the most lnuortant held at the CliriMian church was llurlnK all recent enrs farmers hae ipute a .siiccexs. Much inteiet wa, tieen told what a great blessing lias been uiiiti'te-te- d h Hie teacher, iiImi thelra through the so called juoiectlio tariff, and Vet lo find o mnrket for their truttcs, and patrons. The meet in j; principal crops they hue bad lo eomite was culled to nldcr bv the chailinali In the markets of thi world where the V. (. (iiMibiud, at l(l:.'t(i. Devotionjirlce la ned Hut suddenly It Is discovconducted by I lev. ered Hint Hie farmer Is the sole cause for al excrclset. the high cost of lltlng. and wtut hap- Couch, r of the M. V.. church pens? The president tltr Tfl) lth a mil primary reading, was well dis. total disregard fur tho Interests of the .oia Itanli. Metli-ik- I, farmers, submits n plan to cp'n up to cisscil b Mi-- s conietltlon with the farmers of the Unitnt aihiinccd reading were dis- ed (Mates tho products of Camilla while I). (',. Cilliland In 1'iofs. being careful to preserve the tariff or, The siibjfcl of more correctly speaking, the tai on all and A. li. Liintr. the farmer hat to buy which at clearly at spe'lini; was taken up by Virgil and an thing can exposes the and ably diseued. humbuggery" of the claim that ihe tariff mid d.iinestic science were la any benellt to agricultural as compared with manufactured producla discussed hv t'laience Griffin, Cy- Now, the farmers of this country have liis .loliiisoii gave an iiitercslin talk Jn opportunity to benefit themselves that on vocational education. Mr. Green liua never appeared within my recollection, na the. democratic party has been compelled by the force of public opinion ir"TO!MF37 so nominal a man for the presidency ho la the best equipped for that high JflMVKECi office of any that have been nominated or vlected since l.lncoln-- n man that I speak from a personnl acquaintance with and of Ml aVftHU RICHMOND. KK a knowledge of hla (linen, a man of great natural ability aptendklly educated, not A Training keenness theoretically, but practically. ID HI School for Teachers of Intellect remarkable for Its grasp of every condition with which lies Is conLl( HUM Vrt &i)t PuMic fronted, an Indomitable courage to do tin.tui. ( fcfuttirij, HI rpwtik ftvUtevl right, and, above all. a great, broad tend-ncwith and aympathy for all clasees m. Cftn't. T(ltBpivloApKT T JkFdi d. 11a vlll make, one of tha mott accessible ! btililUf .....-.ui.iehML ffcnijuttttf.toUIrllriiilpM .Hn.r,,-.1t:",,.. , 'iVi:;" k'- -' '" " CfWMri. j. p. citaBBK. PresUent. otln-r llfu nnd lt en- Klnu's Mountain Our Willi nmii In pub I'n.f. -- r PUBLIC m Sill OF tcturn-K)lntin- jt ,( d, say jr. """one LIVE STOCK Head of Mules, brood Mares and Jerseys OhA TUESDAY, OCTOBER 1st, 1912 At 1 v on vU J n.-- . I fi I CO 11 ! "" 9 O hi n- lv e o'clock p. m., on Tuesday, October 1, 1912, 1 will offer for sale to the highest and best bidder, at my place on south side of Crab Orchard Pike, midway between Stanford and Rowland, the following live stock: 10 head of 2-year- Mules, 8 of them pai-to- cti-s- ed hcrly in Ajrri-tnllt'- ie mm( mm: yi t) 1 -u y JwHyiK . iw-.a-firi- .-- '' I -- broke to work. 7 head of Brood Mares; all broke to work and bred to a Jack with the season paid. Mares, 2 of them 3 head of ' broke to work; 1 of them a good saddle mare. Mares, one of them 3 head of has mule coltby her side. 1 Yearling Filly- -a good one-- by a Dignity Dare out of hackney mare. 1 Black Jack, quick and well broke. 3-year-old 2-yearold 4 Ponies; 3 mares and 1 gelding; all broke and the mares bred to Sam Embry's Pony, "Dock." 1 1 1 Suckling Horse Colt, by Garrard Chief. Suckling Horse Colt, by Don Varrick. Suckling Horse Colt, by Mr. Carter's Draft Horse. 10 head of Jersey Cows; fresh or springers. 10 head of Jersey Heifers, years old. 1 and 2 CINCINNATI AND RETURN Sunday, October m SPECIAL EXCURSION TERMS OF SALE -- Cash or bankable note, bearing 6 per cent, interest, due six months from date. 1 :QO Auctioneer. $1.50 Trln $.50 Raund Trip Runal SPECIAL TRAIN SALE BEGINS PROMPTLY AT Col. J. P. Chandler, . Lvt. JUNCTION CITY 5:35 a.m. PARTICULARS. ASK TICKET AGENTS FOR w. c SHANKS. O'CLOCK P. M. J. H. Baughman's third big annual sale of live stock will occur Wednesday, October 2, 1912 mTvP maim I miru m'i -- ,iH , f.m 111 ryt MM ifttKa" MWWMwhMll t u f THE STAWFtlW IWTEBIOW JJUMIAL, JTAHFlrrt, KENTUCKY FRIDAY. IEPTEHHER , HI2, H ill Itf Z. 20 acres of wheat T. Riec sold 118 lambs to bought a cow H. it. Hwihelirond M. B. Lytic, Phone 169 Y. Woods and Ross, of Paint Lick, at ftom Reuben Moss nt $52. 78-8- 0 G 2 cents. bushels extra For Sale 175 A. L. Thompson sold n good milk Bourne Bros., near Lnncnstcr, clean winter turf oats; nho some cow to Mr. Young of Wnynesburg, sold 300 bales of liny to Banks Hud- flue seed wheat. J. M. Remolds, for $35. Wnynesburg, Ky. son nt $13 er ton. A. Tribblc is getting toJudge For Sale. 11 cattle nnd 2 venrs Pool PerkitiM, of Gnrrnrd, bought gether n drovo of 100 hogs to feed 20 head of d nnd 4 heifers, 1 good steers from old, i ster-rnt his farm on the Crab Orchard Jnmes Roberts nt 4 4 cents. old farm horse, work nnywhere, gen pike, for the fall market. II. V. Bnstiu, of Lancaster bought tle for women to drive. Call on mo W. It. Cook, of near Garrard, has 4 cows in lower Gnrrnrd nt $50 per nt Highland, Ky. J, S. Young 754. lately bought CO head of cattle av- head. Lost. Pair black horse mules eraging from 700 to 1,000 pounds in never-failin- g J. M. Cress, of Prcnchersvillc one 5 mid one 6 years old, ono has 4 4 weight, nt from nbout 4 to bought 40 head of cnUle running in while spot on back. Please return cents er pound. 78-- 3 weight from 700 to 900 pound', to Clms. Knukin, Hcdgeville. IS. A. Arnold, of Gnrrnrd, bought W. M. Enson, three miles from from J. II. Owens at 5 cents 6 boviues from Mend Tenter, weighJ. Walker Cozntt. of the Parks, McKiiiucy, up Green river, sold n ing from 600 to 1,000 pounds at steers to ville neighborhood sold to Samuel couple of from 4 to 6 cents. Mr. Lutes Caldwell Walker n nice Shropshire Greeley Lutes, for $71 G. A. Brown bought 7 head of 700 shipped them to tho city market. pound cuttle from n local trader nt buck for $12.50. Lilian! ami Fox, the Boylo buy- Pence Bros., of tho same section 4 4 cent. bought nt the Wnl-k- pinrngcd 0" liend of cattle to Simon ers, accompanied by A. S. Walters, J. P. Ballard 1-2 sale in Gnrrnrd 47 flock ewes at Weil, of Lexington, to bo delivered f Lexington, went down ln4o Cumin December with n weight of 1,300 berland county Inst week nnd bought $2.35. George W. Lunsford, of Rowland, pounds per nniuinl nnd' to bring 7 300 beef cattle nt 4 4 to 5 2 cents n pound. 1-bought n score of sheep from John and 7 1 cents. 2 C. It. Martin, the Danville butchD. F. Rankin, of the Marcellus Moer. of Morelnnd, last week, which d cost him $72. section, sold 50 head of cattlo to er, bought for his trade seven hogs of Mrs. Hnrris Craig, nt L. K. Perkins, of Gnrrnrd, boucht Simon Well, of Lexington, for De1, 2 cents, four veals from Ilobcrt of Thompson & Bnllnrd 27 cember delivery, tho boviues to short yearling: steers at $23. reach the 1,300 pound notch end to Burke, nt 5 12 cents, nnd 3 cattle information, address, nt the J. C. MeConnell sale nt about The same firm sold 1,000 bales of ltd nt $7.2o Dor hundred. mixed liny to Hudson & Hughes, of J. C. Fox nnd Wl S. Carrier the 5 to 5 2 cents. of INTERIOR JOURNAL, T. L Nnylor, of the Judson sec Lancaster, nt $12. Garrard shippers shipped n car-loa- d Stanford, Kentucky. chicken report of cattle, 37 head in the consign tion, of Garrard, sold A. J. Coddcll The threo-lccce- d ed in these columns recently, which ment, to Green nnd Einbry, of Cin Monday a suckling horse mule for belonged to Mr. V. M. Davis,- - of the cinnnti; n number of thee they had $75. East End, is dead. After a hard been feeding for some time nnd Senator R. L. Hubblo wns nt Lan FARM AND STOCK NEWS orchnrd and tobacco land if they shower he was found in n mud hole tanging in weight from calves to caster Monday ami bought u old hurso mule from fernll Lnyton. will clean it off. A. L. Thompson, where he hnd mired up and was 1,000 and 1,200 pounds. 77-3J. ('. Fox bought 8 head of steers of Garrard, for $150. He later sold drowned. Up until its death it was Having decided not to farm this Stanford, R. F. D. No. 3 ns sprightly ns nnv of its compan- weighing from 600 to 1,000 pounds him to T. C. Rankin for $160. fall I will have a sale of stock at Stray, white and black spotted F. F. Fitxpntriek, the popular ray place the middle of October. See hound dog came to it" place about a ions not so well stuinlied with pedal from Mead Tenter, at from 4 to 6 cents per pound; Mr. Fox aUo pur- nnd hustling young mule buvcr of advertisement ater. J. C. Bailey, month ngo. Owner can get same by extremities. Bird Matheny out on the Somerset chased 0 cows from Z. T. Rice av- Hedgeville country, secured it total Crab Orchard. paying for keep and this adv. J. J. pike, tins sold his yearlim mules to eraging 600 pounds per head, nt 4 of about ten head in Stanford last 77-Angus cat- - Belden, Stanford. For Sale. Aberdeen Morrison, the Lexington buyer. He cents. They averaged him $70 a week. tle both sexes; mules from colts to Sale. One pair of good work got $93 n head for the bunch, of For Local mule buyers were interested head. four year olds; thoroughbred boars mules three vars old, three good which there were 20 head. E. T. in the prices thttt the hybrid Tho Danville Advocate says that R. H. Crow, cows that will give milk all winter, Pence, near Rowland, sold to the brought nt Mt. Sterling court) last Senator Joseph W. Bailey, of Texas, ready for service. Shelby City, Ky, Ky., phone 8 two three calves four shoats that will snme buyer, delivering him 10 yenr-lin- week. The southern buyers teemed purchased seven head of verv fine Cu-t- f. weigh about 80 pounds, and one and for $175. particularly active, nnd paid prices registered Shorthorn cattlo from rings, Junction Ex. Onima Chief Separator good as new. B. D. Holtzclnw, the local shipper, for good stuff. R. M. Ratcliff. buy-i- J. G. Cecil, tho prices ranging from I will take stock on the Hail for the Pulaski Mule Co., of Pu- $,)(! to $100 per head. Senator Bat from now on until Jan. 1st, at A. Ii. Thompson, Stanford. R. F. has purchased 45 head of shoats 77-3- p from Jim Woods, for shipment to laski, Tcnn.. paid $80 around for n ley secured the cattle for his fine $r.50 per months. W. C. Shanks, D. No. 3. 76-t- f. John Richardson sold two wean- the Cincinnati market. They will be load of medium mule colts and $100 Fayette county fnrm. I will also sell 8 good mule colts ling mnre mules to J. B. Pettus at weighed up and go the first day of n head for a load of cotton colts. Le Sloan, and Jop Rankin, of 76-t- f. Gentry nnd Thompson, the Lex- Hubble, sold their hogs to T. W. November. $75 each. at my sale. P. L. Beck. t Two stray hogs are at my place; Mr. Holtzclnw shipped in n car- ington mule men, hnve just sold Jones ut 7 4 and 7 2 cents a J. S. Davis sold a bunch of hogs, one black barrow, weigh about 150 of 100 to 200 pounds weight to Geo. load of butcher cattle to the city their great tenm of show mules to IMiund. They hnd 30 nice porkers and the other a white sow weighs O. Spoonamore at 6 2 to 6 4 market last week, which he picked Ira Sharp, of Sharpsburg. III., nnd which averaged nbout 200 pounds up, mostly on court day, at from 2 got $800 for them. One of thecc each. Mr. Jones put them aboard about 125 pounds. Owner can get cents. mules wns bought from J. II. Baugh-ma- for the Cincinnati market. same by paying for keep and this ad Lutes and Sharp are feeding a to 6 cents, according to the class of of this city, nt his big sale in W T. Tucker, Stanford. the stuff. He bought several of the J. S. Pettus, of the Prenehersvilio Cincinlarge herd swine for For sale. Thorougbred Duroe nati market,ofand hope to the them bunches from Pleasants Bros.. La- 1910. She won at the State Fair neighborhoun, paid Jno. Richardson, have in 1910. 1911 and 1912, and i said of the same section, $150 for a cougilts and boars, the old Ohio Chief ready shipment about the last tham and Burton. strain, no better bred anywhere. A. of this for Gianville Lutes sold to W. M. to hnve probably won more money ple of nice mure mule colts. He hIko They have 90 which month. 76-- tf than any other show main in J. Adams. Hustonville, got nn extra mare mule colt from hnve been doing nicclv and putting Logan, of the Gilbert's Creek sec Now is the time tio have you totion, n bunch of 10 stock hoes at suiie. Ilayden Xaylor that cost him $95. They have recently on the corn. Senator Hubble lias found a healbacco insured. Get a policy in the sold to Greeley Alfred Owens, of the Preachers-vill- e Lutes for' shipment 7 4 cents a pound. They weighed thy demand strongest company in the world here for tho mules he section, hns been nuyiug mule to the city a part of a load of shi"-the- y 110 pound". Mr. Logan intended to bought in 76-from Fish and Bromley. Missouri a week ago. and colts to feed this winter. Ho hus bought from Wm. McCormack. feed them himelf. but J. D. Ends. he sells many more, will go back-t- already gotten together eight or ten, W. C. Shanks will sell 50 hcs-- of iff tilt) DnliVllie (like. MlW tlirm uliil if W. S. Wigham, the popular Moto-lnthe "show me" state for n couple which have averaged him about $70. mules, brood mares and Jerseys. bought them Mir. Logan nt n farmer and coal dealer, lost slight profit. from 73-Oct. 1, 1912. more loads. He sold a drove of 14 He got five from J. M. Cress nnd two very valuable mules last week Large sow came to my place Aug. Faulkner Kennedy of the Preach to J.ee ICunkin. the southern market one from Sam Ramsev. 1st. Owner can get same by paying from some peculiar disease. It ers ville npighboihood, sold to T. W. feeder at $155 each, nnd disposed Lilburn and J. M. Gooch. of Gifor this ad and her keep. John Pow- It seems to affect the hybrid like Jones last week a couple of rows of n nice team to Les Withers for lbert's Creek section, sold to Luwson paralysis does the human system. ell, Moreland, Ky., R. F. D. 1. and their calve. for $50. Mr. Ken- T.JoU cleaning up n neat profit on & Brown, the Garrard buyers, 75 For Sale. One nice, coming three These nnnnals were easily worth nedy bought threo fat heifers from each trade. 160 pound hogs at 8 cents, They 330. Other farmers in that section year old, Peacock filly, beuutiftl bay It. K. Young, n prominent Adair went to the Cincinnati market. They Ed Jones, near Cedar Creek, paying with two white feet and star; good ire hoping that the peculiar disease him $60. county stock man who frequently wore mighty pretty bunch of wrk-cr- s size. Call on or address. Mrs. Sim will not nrove contagious. John Kennedy, of PreacherbVilIe, brings stuff to the market here, has and ought to command top prices 8t-F. J. Conn, on Rural Route No. returned from Bell county last week been trading actively Intel'. He in the city. Owens, Morelnnd, Ky.. For Rent. My farm of 80 acres, 3 out of Lancaster, sold A. J. Scot. with the hi'cond d A. T. Nunnclley, the iiopulnr stock of hogs paid J. E. Lewis, of Cumberland 35 acres for small erain, 10 acres of the Buena Yista neighborhood. he hus bought in the mountains with county $600 for 200 head of sheep. yards man, sold to T. W. Jones last for corn. 10 acres for crass, good n pucklinjr calf for $20. v.xclcs. in tnc past couple tic In piutiieishiy with J. H. Goff and week a small bunch or ten luitVis handles them fust and makes u good lluiin ho sold to Fox and Lillaid, of nt4 2 cents. They weighed about Boyle 270 steers, which went from 075 apiece. Mr. Xuiinclley disposprofit on las trades G run ville Lutes, who does most of 800 to 1,100 pounds at 4 3 to 4 ed of u flock of ewes to W. C. his buying in the south and west 4 cents. Mr. Young still has 270 Shanks u mile south of town, nnd to part of the county, purchased fe uo.)d ones now which will go on the J. F. Freeman, out on l)ix river. He Every year thousands upon thousands niaiket farmers bunch of 15 ewes from It. L. Murphy Durham this week. He sold to J. C. sold 49 to Mr. .Shanks and 33 to ic Bro., of Campbellsville, of Cusey county, last week, nt $3 a lose hogs with cholera. You can save hogs hcud. Mr. Lutes also got nine ewes 50 head of 2 year old heifers at 4 the latter farmer. a They went at n figuie .'lose to $4 head. 4 from this dread disease if you will begin at once and from to 4 2 cents per pound. Also Lay, of the Yosemite of the Point Leavell section, nt the same figure. Mr. to Wilson Bros., of Cave City 150 section, sold a mule give them , Lay also delivered him three head head of 900 to 1,100 imuml steers nt to W. It. mk. of . . a. ' for n of shipping fill Lie at 4 cents a pound 4 2 to 5 eels. tfiuo. .Mr. Koynttm bought lrom dipt. T. D. English, of Dnnvilln. Will Denny, of the same county, a J. T. Jiuney, of Unrrard, has sold reports the sale of the his fine farm, known as the Ander farm niaie mule, which cost son farm, lying on the new Danville belonging to the heirs of the late him $225. He paid Walker Guyn, of pike, to J. V. Sweeney, the popular John B. McGinuis, to James H. tlie J'aint Lick section $110 for a at $100 an ncre. This land nice mule colt. At the Walker sale Lancaster liveryman. There are 155 acres and it sold at $120 per lies in the Nest end of Boyle. Capt last week, he gac $80 for u lilly Use it in the food and drink and your hogs will English nNo sold the old Woodson colt. acre. Mr. Rnney takes have the cholera. wait until they sick. stable of Mr. Sweeney which 'is vain Arnold farm lying in the nxtrm J. II. Woods was at Lancaster Begin giving your hogs this medicine now. ed nt $,000 us part payment for We-.- t End of Bo.vle containing 80 .Monday and bought n pair of well is acres, for Sam Campbell, nt $38 an niiitehed mules from only remedy in the world sold under a Guarantee Bond the faun. Fred Foray the, of Mercer, sold ncre. At the Wulter Sevier sale he an, unknown Garrard man, for $50. twenty-on- e thoroughbred colts iu the sold the Jackson nlace. to prevent and cure hog cholera. They will probably be taken to Hie Lexington sale and the bunch uver-age- d 30 acres, lying on the Harrodsburg southern market by Jake Robinson. nnd Perryville nike nt $90 an acre. Mr. Woods recently sold to John G. One colt brought $350. which wus the burliest priced Tho Harvey Vnnarsdnll furm, be- Lynn n draft horse o longing to Mfc. Sevior. wns unttied colt in the sale. James n lor M2.), which Mr. Lynn will work nt $09 nn acre. Old corn on his recently purchased farm, six sold u colt in the same salt ut 41,025, uiid Col. J. P. Chinu also sold at $4.75 in the crib, new corn miles west of Stanford. $2.20 per barrel at the heap. sob! u number ut u fuir price. W. B. Burton, the hustling voung One The third annual sale of register- buggy mare sold to Lunsford Yan-de- ll Lancaster buyer, picked up u few nt $205. Milk cows $40 to $75. choice mules ut'Coust hero Monday. ed Jersey cattle by James F. The Dnuwllo Messenger reports He ut Maple Grove stock farm, bought n mute ShelbyviHe, realized $0,150 for tho the following sales at Mm Rrl-- mule lrom WiUe Rogers for 18.'i. fifty. one head offered, composed pens there court day: Mr. Burton wus in Lexington the 1'reston & Price 3 principally of young heifers and d ent- - other day and bought u bunch of l . u II calves. The largest prices paid i.c iu uiim jiuins m .) cents, same nine from Oentr.v uiid Thompson, THE HOG READ THIS were $350 for Dierottcs Fairy, an I can to John Uonaliiio $23. sumo unu sont them to Wilson, North d imported cow, and $300 for a daugh- II cattle to Mitchell Tay- Curolinu. with u shipment of twenty-tw- o BOURBON REMEDY CO., ter of Lady Mury. Both were sold lor ut 4 cents, suuiu 3 in ull. He uveraged d $207 a Leiington, Ky. to E. W. Btickert, Martinsville, Ind. cuttlo to John Wood at 4 2 cents, read tor the entire shipment, but fad photo of a hoK that wu cured of cholera with your Bourbon Ho G. F. Northoott, Meridian, Miss., sumo to John W. Webb 7 they were all first cluss animals. Chakra Remedy. The hoe wai ilrao.t dead before uiing this medicine and then bought n young calf from Lady cuttle nt 4 4 cents, same 0 Thoru were 300 or 400 cattle on wai entirely cured weept the Iota of tin. tail, etc. The hK i, owned by Mr. Skil. cuttle to J. I). Whitehouse at the market ut Lancaster Kwtef , Bowling Green, Ky. H. wil be glad to give you a tegmental and Mary for $170. Monday, (U get awrwal mora if you wast them." The following sale of real estate 4 cents, 11. C. Bottom 20 most oi it medium gruite slutf. Buy-er- n JENKINS-SUBLETin Mercer county ore reported by cuttb to W. G. Rankin nt 5 1.4 were quite active, however, iitul DRDG CO., the Hnriodsbiirg Herald: The Jack-so- u J. D. Wtiitohouse 2 bull calves to most of the offerings changed hands Bowling Greta, Ky. farm, near Bethel church in Mer- John ood at $17 each, same 1 heif- ut from 3 2 to 5 2 cents n pound cer county, was purchased by Mrs. er to I. S. Tevis, II. C. Bottom 12 for the best. T. Wl Jones bought u heifers to W. II. Thur huie dozen heifers from C. W. LaMollie Cannon for $2,700 and tro Suit River furm of 110 ucres wus mond ut 3 4 cents. E. McCormack tham, of Puluski county ut 4 2 Tki woaderful remedy U alio guaranteed to prevent woreu, thump, tcour taken down at $611 per ncre. A milk and 6on 50 ewes to F. T. Logan, Ed cents. From Geoige Biummett. of all lira ditordari. It regulates tht bowcli, aldi digtrtioa and cauatt hogi tea d eow sold for $70; a buggy mate Chinn 1 steer to J. C. KockciiblJe, ho got four steers ut vm n u gn your money Dace it you don't find It tht bett hom litmiy. brought $205 and u brood ton re Hold Caldwell ut 5 4 cents, same lot 3 2 cents. Mr. Junes, with his d heifers to C. P. Cecil ut partners, shipped out three loads of for $205 and yearling mules aver-age- d cr head. Old com sold 5 cents, same to M. J. Karris 3 heif- live stock from Rowland lust week. COfIS ONLY FIVE CENTS MONTI POI EACI 100 in the crib; new corn at ers at $25 per head. J. U. White-hous- e cattlo und hogs, to the Cincinnati nt d 13 $2.20 at the heap. Sam 1L Graves cattlo to E. E. raarhet, the cattle being secured ut NOnCSt-T- hta mmiy to lk art all try tag! (0 lamtuu. atowawt sold his farm of 114 acres near Buster at $4.90. J. R. Johnson 12 from 3 to 4 2 cents nnd the hogs Amk ml tot-Huririn to Robert AiVfViiin fur 3. d Caatara aaaay cattlo to M. J. FarrU at at an average of 7 1.2 cents a tvaa atctat ummm bat BOVMON. 500 cash. pound. J 4 cents. For Kent. Farm for Sale! 6-room land. 1-- If You Are Looking 70-3- F. SCHOOL Headquarters for Tablets, Pencils and Ink 600-poun- s for a farm priced right (for immediate sale) frame dwelling Don't overlook this; spring with well at door and 50 yds distant. 150 acres in grass, 50 acres young timber; new wire fence; new stock barn; new tobacco barn; 36x120 feet. Ideal for grain, hay, tobacco and stock: abundance of water; fruit trees; in good neighborhood, on turnpike, about 2 miles from R. R. station and good town mile with graded school, churches, etc. from district school. Fall seeding privilege and possession January 1913. For further T", care 3-- 3-- LUAMtS, Crab Orchard, Ky. B, I). Holtzclnw, hnd a number of nnnnals in the shipment In the bunch were 18 heifers he bought from George W. Carter, out on the Hustonville pike, nt 4 4 penfa a pound, and which weighed about to tho head. Mr.. Carter also delivered Mr. Holtzclnw 90 liend of sheep nt $3 nnd he bought from Joo Murphy, off tho Hustonville pike, nine 209 pound hogs at S rents a pourM. For Sale. 50 bushels of peed bar. ley. Apply to R. O. Pettus, R. p. ft, 2, Crab Orchard. Ky. p For Rent. My farm of 126 acres on Hanging Fork. Mrs. Jessie Stngg, Stanford. 78. Every stock buyer in Lincoln and most of them in tho surrounding counties rends the Interior Journal. You can cover five counties completely by advertising your sole in it. Keichenbncli Bros., nenr McKin-nesold to G. E. Lutes last week, u flock of 100 stock ewes nt $4 a head. They delivered to Mr. Nave. the well known farmer of the west end. n hnndsome mnre mule colt, for which they got $110. Ray Ball has rented J. Xvin Carter's fnrm near McKinney for next ear. and will pay $500 rash rent for it. This is the old George Given place nnd n good one. Mir. Ball Imught n work horse from Mr. Cnrtcr this week for which he paid $140. 3-700-pouu77-2y, ld ld 3-- ei 3-- 1-- 280-poun- 500-Don- 1-- ar p. 3. gs nf 1-- J. II. Baughnmn hns reserved the dnte of Oct. 2d for his Third Annual Sale, of horses, mules, brood mares and cattle. Yic I.cnr, the Garrard buyer, paid John Smith, out on tho Slhnford nnd Lancaster pike, $110 Monduy lor n nico mare miilo colt. For Rent. My farm of 250 acres 35 neres for corn, 30 for wheat or oats, 50 ncres in meadow, biiliiliOu ill Kiass. Also 1ms kimmI dwelling house, barn and all For further information address Mrs. Geo. Logan, Stanford, Ky., West Main street. 74tf R. C. Arnold, the local stock buy. er, scut in n car load of stuff to the Cincinnati market last week. In the shipment win a fine bull he bought from Jim Woods on Knob Lick pike, nt 4 14 cents n pound. II(. weighed 1,420 pounds, too. 5Ir. Arnold bought threo hogs from J. W. Beyl, of this city, at 7 12 cents. They weighed nn nvciage of 160 pounds. Hejioiight five from It. C. Hooker nt 7 cents. They were lighter and only went to nn average of 120 pounds. Dr.' J. T. Morris, of the Snufley neighborhood, delivered u calf for $11; T. J. Carpenter, of Casey, sold him n heifer nt $22.50; Boyce Hunn, of this city, sold him a calf for $8; Green Young, of High-land n cow nt 3 12 cents, nnd N. W. Sampson, nlso of the Sauflev section, delivered four sheop to Mr. Arnold nt 3 cents n pound. d, 900-oiin- 1-- 3-- n, 76-3- p. When you want first-clas- s and at right prices, call on FIELD SEEDS 1-- 2, J o T. D. NEWL AND, opposite Court House 0. p. car-loa- PREVENT CHOLERA their of your 1-- for Boys and Girls. Parents, it will pay to look at our line before baying. We have been selling shoes for 35 years. Why not profit by our experience? School Shoes 2-- Jee 1-- 1-- Nm.-Koysto- three-year-o- ld Lam-lister- BOURBON 1-- 50-ac- HOG CHOLERA REMEDY Don't get ld is, W. E. PERKINS never the-liver- y Crab Orchard, Ky H- I I It the three-year-o- ld j MM $1,-35- 0, four-yeur-- !d For-syth- witli-dinw- Mid-dlet- ld CSSeMMeteBeeLeeWf. Just for the Gentler Sex Timely talk on seasonable toilet goods is not amiss. Our stock comprises all the needed and desired toilet helps the necesssities and the luxuries. We sell every known toilet preparation for woman, miss, child, infant powders, 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. per-fum- e, HUTS LEITEI .... 800-poun- 420-poun- 400-poun- "Blod 700-poui- id 1-- 400-ifou- 600-pou- T onu 1-- GUARANTEED OR MONEY BACK 400-poun- d, 3-- 1-- 800-poun- 3-- 1-- 850-poun- Kl yawitit tby 400-noun- At PENNY'S, The Rexall Store. itwtta 1-- 500-poun- 1 .- - - .,, ''1, -- fc.. JtfcA, ; '"Ait - -L