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AUGHMAN'S COUNTRY J NO. 80 Thcro-vcnr-ol- The Interior STANFORD, LINCOLN COUNTY, KENTUCKY, d 53d YEAR. Mil) AY, Journal OCTOI3ER 4, 1912 GRADED SCHOOL f wW st whM tlmt k up. P Watch the date m yaw laktl and Renew Promptly. TUESDAYS AND FSDDAYB. THIRD mnro undo mulc--- SALE ANOTHER Kite, $127.50. SUCCESS Horso mule Two-veiir-o- ld Four-venr-o- ld If. . J. II. Woods. $142.50 C. 1 I avers Here From Over The State C. Ruble, 00. And Satisfactory Prices Were wnlking horse Woods Walker $100. Realized on Offerlnas mare J. N. Christ-mnIluyers from nil over tlio stuto f215. & horse Hogc wern present nt tlio third nnnunl Jeffcrs, $177.50. uale at J. II. I'aimliinuii here horse J. II. Sar-tniMr. Haughmnn, ns iimml, $1)0. lmil cotton together n very choice W. d horse N. nnd desirable, hiiiich of livestock nnd Almost cvcrythini' hu offered was Rogers, $127.00. Iiorst II. D. Holtz- Mintmi'il nti in n Imrrv. Knnin nf the stuff brought extra good prices, cinw. yi.i.i. horse A. T. Nun- while othorH sold well at market figures. Col. I. M. Diinii, of Dan- - nclloy. $155. mares S. M. ville, and Col. Gomgo Speaks, of I Pair Paris, were the auctioneers and the, Noel, of rrnnkfott. .?.I00. horse -- R. S. Scud- snlo was held at Nunnelley s stock yards. The sales made during the ,1r, 1I10. mares W. Fair 1 nnd (1 year-ol- d day were ns follows: Mnro mule colt J. II. Woods $50-S- i 0. Walker, $290. Colt. W. F. Grimes $87.50. ear-ol- d mare Win. Tucker, mnrb E. T. Fence, 4H7.50. Mare mule colt J. II. Woods Sr.. $107.50. mare Henrv Raugh-iiiiii- i. $235. Hay mare II. 13. Davn Fivo-vcnr-o- ld Four-yoiir-o- ld Wed-ncsila- v. Four-venr-old n, Threc-vear-olFour-venr-o- ld Throo-yenr-old Four-venr-o- ld ld ld ld horse n, mnre II. I). Holtz- Home mule colt .i7.riO -- T. 0. Nunnelley claw, $37.50. ld Eiuht-year-o- mure W. A. Todd II. D. Holtzmules it Mnro tnnti. roll T. O. Nunnellev $10. Nine-vcnr-o- ld 472.50. $52.50. IIoic ld mule colt T O. Nunnellev claw, $12.50. marc Fair ld Sovon-vcnr-o- marc A. T. Nun-iiclle- y. Wo..ds. Scven-yenr-o- J. II. Geo. $135. mnro ld $00. Horse mule colt 07.50 ld mule J. W. Bnughmnn Will Ruble. $205. mnre mule W. A. Todd Thrcc-yenr-ol- mare ld Adams, $85. d Dud-cra- r. 125. Eight-venr-o- II. C. Ilrown $150. mules S. mare W. II. $135. II. lliimjlimim, $205. Seven-year-ol- $07.50. Horse mule colt $75. Four- ear-ol- d T. O. Nunnelley. ponv fillv- -J. Horse mule Fair 3 nnd d Jas. Mcsser, marc liorsti Ruble. of Garrard. Yearling draft $117.50. Four-enr-old .. C. F. & Dud-icrn- C. r, S. M. Noel. mule $180. Thiee-vtar-old John Houe Cress $110. Thrre- & .Tcffcrs. Tlirce-ycar-old Western fillv W. N. Lane. $4.. Marksbury. mnre mule, Hogc Mrs. Clyde Rnmsey, of Monti Ilrown, $70. marc T. W. Hutchison, cello, has returned after n visit to blind mare. A. I. her aunt, Mrs. Jonah Marsee. .130. Wells. Nunnellcv. $20. Hi own mare samo $132.'50. Mr. Emmet t Desmond, of LouisCrab Orchard No. 2. W. E. PerSpotted sorrel mnre, Granville ville, is visiting the family of Mr. mure I. D. Holtzkins, chairman; Cecil, of Danville. $00. Committeemen: claw, $115. 0'ITpirn. Sam Magee. Ward Moore, John Wilmare, S. M. Noel. mare II. D. Holtz-cln- ville. Noah Marsee sold to Clay Clark, son, W. D. Wullin. Dr. Bradford Mr. John Coffey, of Columbia, $70. $110. n team of work mules for $275. Wnrron, Chns. Trob. C. A. Reed, Drown mnre, Sam Embry. $25. mare E. W. Watts was here last week buying horses. N. II. Hogie. of Lexington, was the John Jufer, J. P. Chandler. mare J. T. Jesse. guest of Mr. John Royston a few ev$237.50. Mr. and Mrs. Will Riffe have Wayncsbursr No. 1. R. Y. Balmnre E. W. Watts. moved to their new homo on Main ?175. enings ago. lard, chairman; Committeemen; $202-5- 0. Sorn4 mare. W. P. Kincaid $80. street recently occupied bv Mr. nn,l Mrs. Partin, of Middlesboro. who Granville Jones; W. M Hanson, F. Yearling filly, J. II. Woods. $70. enme here sometime since to' visit mare J. L. Heazlcv. Mrs. J. O. Curpcntcr. $105. W. Cnldwcll. Virgil McMuliin. D. W. bellow marc. C. E. Tate. $40. 120. Miss Ilettic Carter, of Moreland, mare W. I. Grimes her sister, Mrs, Jonnh Marsee has Caldwell, Mack Eubnnks, Cyrus s. Hay fillv, W P. Kincaid, $31. mure T. W. Jones visited Mis. R. M. Ross Tuesday. been quite sick since her nrrival. $C0. Milt Warren. T. S. R ynolds. Mules Friends will be glad to know Mrs. pony J. T. $125. to her home mare but was able to return Wnynesburg No. 2. J. W. Thompblack mare mule Tom last week. d D. Holtz- - S. II. McKinney is doing so nicely inare-Lester. $17.50. son, chairman; Committeemen: Y. Rankin $105. Ru- - clnw. $120. will be out a"inn in a few days. and pony C. & C. T. D. Chestnut sold a field of corn C. Alford, John Scnrbrough. Wm. horse, Tom Rankin. at $2 per barrel. mules Rich Pair Julian Riffe has n persistent reLie ;,..) 0. James, Ben Vest, Hugh Jaoobs, Kit C. Riu ard Cobb. $417.50. mainder of baseball streiiuousness in $131. pony C. EDUCATIONAL RALLY Five- - ear-ol- d The box supper given at the MaBrown, M. F. Ryan. mare, Sam Embry. son school bouse for the purposo of keep marc II. II. Da- a few sure ligaments which Lie. Wuynesburg.. No. 3. D. R. Adams him pciiodicnlly in hospital, and his $90. repairing the building was a suc- With Noted Workers on Program to mare Jas Yowell. vis. $110. chairman; Committeemen: horse. Sam Embry cess. Mr. Edmond Sutton, who sold Dave Eii:lit- - ear-ol- d mnre J. II. Woods return to Harrodsburg is anxiously $07.50. Be Held at Crab Orchard Burton, Albert Stampfly, John Car$102. marc A. T. Nuu- - $102.50. the boxes made them bring good awaited. ter, John Miracle, C. B. Peck. Hen horse. Sam Embrv. prices. mules W. C. Fair iiclley.' $07.50. October at Hustonville was inTo the teachers, trustees and paMr. Hruuer arrived to day to begin trons of Lincoln county. As elec Baugh, Wm. Butts, John Lutes. fillv M. S. Uuugh- - M.wrs $340. augurated with first white frost of $105. horse mules. Mat Myers. $19. -. Hustonville, No. 1. W. S. Drye. Pair Eiuht vcar-old marc II. D. Holts-cla- the season. It remains for some the work of installing an acetylene tion time approaches each party is inati. ..::.n, chairman, Committeemen: F.lnck Jack. I. C. Ilrown. $201. $52.50. plant at the church. fillv same. $35. Twn- - ear-ol- d which stage is savant to decide holding conventions, rallies and Joe E. Wright, George Dunn, Pair horso mules. Mat Mvers. illy fame $35. mare II. 11. Da- light of the moon befoic many can Mrs. George Honer, of Nicholas-villTom Best, Rud McCormack, Andy i.1lt."i. Ruble, of vis, $105. ISIiifk uinro George has been the guest of Miss speakings. determine probable damage to sweet The campaign is on for beUcS" Feistrutor, Dr. J. C. Parker. Pair horse mules Mat Mver. $200 Man- - Clicstnut. II. II. Da- potatoes. l'air $37.50. ( males Gnrrntd. Pair same Mat Myers. $200. mine II. C, Fowler, vis $237.50. Jese Perkins, of Louisville, came citizenship in Kentucky. There is Hustonville No. 2. Wm. tforth. Two of Lincoln's big sales conDorse mule. Mat Mvers. $100. a few days ago to visit his mother, i great onward movement for better chninnan. Committeemen: W. G. Fair, marc and horse II. 1). .Jl 15. accifided 2nd inst, and only the W. G. Wentherford. John cliool houses, and more efficient Cowan. Dorse mule. Mat Mvers. $90. Holtzclaw. $200. marc Mime 5 1 0. Mrs. Uelle Pel kins. Other Stock The ical vital question McKinney, Burdctto Powell, Dr. Ed Hav mare. 4 r 5 cars II. D. dent that the state's spellbinders. is expected teachers. march Mr. W. F. Jenkins Fair 4 and Ike Dunn and Tom English were rival Hay horse pony. W. P. Kmcaid. Wednesday night to hol.i a series of with us is not "progrcssiveness" Alcnrn. HolUclaw. $55. N. W. Rogers $202.50. assured u division of Hustonville, No. 3. Sam nor "stnndpntisin" "what me we marc E. T. Fence, ittlructious meeting with the pastor, J. W. male E. T. Fence. ciowd and spirited scrambles for nil Spotted ponv, Jim Ilolmnii. $101. Committeemen: Dave Sr.. $07.50. A prayer service is being held going to do with the Kentucky boy $112.50. Sr.. Spotted ponv. S. M. Noel. $52. mine- - II. C. Ilrown bargains at both. Grev marc II. I. lloltzclu"- - $20. uverv evening, bv Rev. MnUin, and girl?" If yon are interested in Kennedy. J. N1. Cash. Jesso Rout. The political ipiiet of this end i 170. awaiting the arrival of Mr. Jenkins. their welfare come to Crab Orchard John Carter. Waller Martin. fillv R. D. Holtz-elnHustonville. No. 4. Sam Owens. $70 AN ACRE REFUSED Gri'v marc II. I). Holtrrluw, $00. funciial. Not a bellow of the Hull on October 11th, nnd listen to stir $37.50. Ooi;-KiCommitteemen: Ton mine-rJt- din Moiit, nor a trumpet of G. O. P. ponv II. I. Holtz-eluSo en- - vcar-ol- d Paint Lick Man Wins Autoraobila. ring educational addresses delivered cbniiman; t $117.50. elephant has been heard, and occas- By Boreinq Land Company For by some of the most noted educat- Walker. R. S. Scudde- - II. M. Yocura C. C. McCluie, a prominent farm $40. R. II. Givens. W. T. Earles. John Scvcn-cnr-ol- il . 1. II. ional bray of democratic donkey mine T. male er and stockman of the Faint Lick ors in the state. of Mountain Land. Wood. $150. $125. savors lump of u satisfied soliloquy The following program will be Murphy, Claude Butler, Wm. DunGarrard county, and lor section of can. lloltzeluw. maic J. C. Eu- - or babble .if a pleasant dream than Grcv man It. I). directors nnd merlv of the East End of this coun rendered, beginning at ten thirty: A meeting of tho lianks, $130. ot boastful defiance. $87.50. Music. Cumberland ty, won the nutomoniile given away of the Miss Sue Beth James Weds. Four- - ear-ol- d pony stallion J. maio M. S. Biiugh-luaA held of 200 cattle from Cum- stockholders Co., was held ut their bv Cummins & Wcareii. the gents' Welcome address. Land Friends nnd relatives here have II. Woods. $70. $15. berland and Adair counties was Vnllev in the First Nntional Hank furnishers of this city. Mr. Song. just learned of the marriage of Miss Tlirce-cur-ol- d pony Wallace driven through heie last week en office marc 1. D. lloltzAddress J. S. Dickey, President held No. 7494 which drew the Considerable James Walter. $100. eluw, $50. Lexington. Two davs lat- Wednesday afternoon. transacted af- machine, and came in Thursday to Howling Green Business University. Sue Beth Oklu., to R. D. Tavlor. of route to Bristow, where tho 'happy Yearling pou tkvon-vcar-oJl. S. Ilaughman, er Robert Yonnjr, of I oluinhui, routine business was wart Jim Hughes 70 The value of a consolidated high young couple nre making their home, the following officers weio claim his prize. He had about $75. $75. reached our southern suburb with u ter which the ensuing year: J. S. tickets in all on the car, as he does school to an agricultural communi- the groom being engaged extensiveYeailiu..' filly II. II. Davis $35 Hay iimn Win. McCornmck. $.0. 200, which were eas elected for trading in Stanford. Iti- - ty J. W. Newman, Commissioner ly in the oil business Miss Jpmes' Yearliui; horse II. D. Holtzclaw, mixed held of Hiieker. Pres dent. J. Vt . Alcoili. most of his marc J. K. Hangh-inaily sold to greedy buyeis. stcad of tho car, however, he took of Agriculture. was in Lauderdale, Miss., but she ia $30. President, J. W. Hnydeu $135. Noon. Last Monday evening Rev. Wil- Nice tin countv girl, nnd often The direc- a check for $500 which had been ofYcailinir horse S. M. Noel. $35, Shetland stallion. Two- - car-ol- d and Treasurer. it by the firm which Address Darksdale II n m I e t, t, visited her aunt. Sirs. J. F. Holdam. lieu Yeailinir pony J. II. Woods .$80. son, of Sulphur. Henry county A. T. Nunnelley. $07.50. tors of this company which has val- fered in away.of Several rather clever Supt. of Publio Instruction. an nudience at the Chrisnt Crab Orchard, and was . fluite a Horse colt J. II. Woods. $42.50. mare J. II. Woods, uable coal and timber holdings in gave it What a consolidated high school belle whenever she came to the Blue Fillv colt H. I). Holtzclaw $00. tian chinch with his brief caiecr, as Harlan uud adjoining oeuntics, are: attempts weie made to "work' the 4213. .. mares vtiu. uus- - Itav mnre J. II. Woods. $42.50. missiomuy along me i ovjgo in iwicn . firm with forged tickets containing means to u town, and how to secure Grass state. Fair 3:Veur-ol- t A. Craft, of Louisville, James Mr. Wilson presented very feelingly J. Fillv et.l- t- S. M. Noel. $37.50. Vn., J. W. the right number, but they detected it. McIIeury Rhoads, State High e1l. $100. Fox, of Dig Stone Gap, Mrs. Lucy Hamilton Dies Suddenly. the capabilities of the natives and time. Mr. McClure has School Supervisor. Fair mules Win. Russell. $305. Invdeii. of Paris, J. S. llockor. and them each long subscriber and read1.. Tho possibilities in our boys nnd mule.-- . their enthusiastic response to civT. of Resoect Resolutions Mi's. Lucy Hamilton, relict of Fair W. Alcorn, this citv, R. Hoyd and bcu a life He exhibited J. girls J. G. Crnbb, President East Isaac Hamilton, died suddenly lit her I. J. Whereas, brother Frank Cordier. ilizing influences. Tucltei- - $385. Jiiines Horeing, London, Dr. J. M. er of tho departed this life on the 30th day niiiiiv curios illustrativo of their ern Kentucky State Normal. homo in Rowland at 7:30 last ev Fair mul- e- Win. Russell $100. Knoxville, and Horace M. L. of September, 1012, lenvinir surviv-im- r lint baric fashions and customs, and Williams Each person in tho county inter- ening of heart trouble She. was mules II. WATCH YOUR HAIR LADIES Fair Fox, of Virginia. All were present him a widow, one daughter and implement, and fabrics mnnifestins ested in education should attend this '57 years of nge and is survived by IVancis. $412.50. Equatorial except the first named. three sons and innumerable friends much skill nnd taste. Fair mules M. Kite. $105. two children. The burial will take Eternal Vigilance is the Price of meeting. so ugo the Cumberland A your Fair mults Tilford Alexander, who mourn his loss, therefore, be it, swamps and their unsanitary acpluoe in tho Goshen cemetery at 2:30 Luxurant and Radiant Hair. Rcsolxcd, that Stanfoid lodire, No companiments nnd ptoducts rapidly Valley Land Co., sold to tlie Holing $25.00 In Gold Given Away $100. tomorrow, Saturday afternoon. Mrs. l"i0. has lost u true ami urood broth- wicck health of even comparatively Land & Mining Co., which has its Horse, mule M. Kite. $130. I In mil ton was n daughter of Mr. If dandruff germs are devouring exemplifi- robust specimens of of our climate, hendquniters nt Rowland, some Horse mule Geo. Spoonnmoie. er Odd Felow, a splendid R. M, Newlnnd, the Life and Fire holdings. This the nourishment that belongs to the Insurance agent here, will give a to- David Pcppels and was n snlendid acres of their , cation f what is just and honorable nnd the missionary' sojourn is $177.50. begin to full. Christian woman. Her denth is u II. II. Da- his family a trim nnd loving head, either shmt or final. company has the same officers as hair, it will soon mules Fair Monday in severe blow to her many friends nnd it will lose its life nnd bacco show on tho tho above and the following direcnnd the community in which he livvis. $320. T will become dull, fuded December, court daw relative). Horao mule Chus. Riinkin $175. ed one tf its truest and best citi- Hustonville Neo.ro Gets Life Term. tors: J. A. trail, J. H. Foster, J. lustio and gray. Prizes as Follows: inulu A. R. zens. W. Fox. R. Hoyd, and even hoiso $15 in gold for the best six hands George Unblock, the former Hus- W. Alcorn, James ITCHING SKIN If you have any signs of dandruff H. E. That Stanford Lodge feels a Jfiitlioiiv $187.50. tonville negro, who killed hi- - wife in J. W. llayden. J. S. Docker, At the go light to your druggist t)odny uud of lugs to weigh not less than four Relief In a Few Seconds nnd enduring loss in the death Danville, was given u life term in Fox, nnd J M. Williams. I!or..o mule 11. V. llniwn. $127.50 get a 50 cent bottlo of PARISIAN pounds, Yes, an itching, burning, irrigated of brother Cordier, and to his famIlorso mule M. Kite, $135. $7.5(1 for tho second best. Doyle county jurv this meeting of this company, the samo SAGE. This delightful linir tonic is skin relieved the moment Zemo d horse inulo W. ily we extend our sincere heartfelt the pen bv a of $70 iter acre for a guaranteed by 0. L. Penny to kill held out day an offer $2.50 lor the third best. touches it. Zemo is a clean, soh sympathy in this their snd hour of week. Six of the jurors 11. Gaines $125. good boundary of their laud was pen-ult- y No trash leaf or red sonsidered. ing. healing wash, composed of Thymare mule C. & sorrow. That u copy of these reso- for severnl hours for the death by dnudrutf genus, clean the head of remaining six stoot discussed and was turned down Judge. mol, Glycerine, Witch Hazel, Bor-ncA. King, Danville, Kv while the fulling hair, flit by dandruff, stop J. Ruble, $120. lutions bo furnished the widow of a voto of four to tliieo They hold medicinal healand itching scalp, and pieserve the Talk with me about your fire and Acid and horse mule Win'. our deceased brother, a copy sent to for life sentence. it at $100 jier acre mid believe thev color uud beauty, or money back, lifo insurance. R. M. NKWLAND. ing properties. other Zemo relieves and the Interior Journal, for publication, Porter. $137.50. good chunco to sell ut that and it dnos just what it is gnarau-toe- d 80-t- f. If you know of tho renl value of hnve a cures every form of skin and scalp mure mule R. D. nnd it copy spread upon the minute Chamberlain's Liniment for lame back price. Tlw lands owned by these to do and that's whv its sales eruption, nnd if you nre not entirely book of this lodge. Iloltseclnw, $145. W. II. Underwood sold to Woods satisfied with results from the very soreness of the muscles, sprains and two companies are very rich in coal are so ennrmoiu the country over. Rospect fully Submitted YenrliuK mare mule Go. Ruble, sought af- PARISIAN SAGE is tho favovito of Walker, of Garrard, a weanling mare first bottle, druggists will refund .rheumatic pains, you should never and timber and are much W. S. FISH. 4140. by miners nnd timber men. wish to be without it. For sale by ter refined women. One bottle proves mule colt for $115. It was a pre- your money. Endorsed and sold ia W. A. CARSON. horso mule--d mium one. G. L. Penny. , its superiority. J. C. McCLAHY. Kite $120. Stanford by Penny's Drug Store. mule mare Hose & Jeffries, of Frankfort, $55. Yearling fillv J. F. Dudderar, S70. 1'air mares. U and 8 years old V. II. Diulilernr. $322.50. mares Tilford Pair Alexander $310. l'air 3 nnd I venr old marcs W. A. Todd. $255. marcs I'nir 5 and 0 vcar-ol- d Sam MeKinncy $322.50. Shetland pony Win f red Duncan. $100. mares M. S. Burn-sidFive-vear-o- ld e. car-ol- d horse mule $185. John Cress, $170. Ilrown I'dur-vonr-o- here at liberal prices. Mr. llillio Uurton and Dr. Pontius of Lancaster, passed through here Friday returning to Lancaster from the fair nt Liberty. Afessrs. Hugh Snndidirp. .Tnmra Ha!!, Janes u (ended (he circus nt htnnford on Snturdny. Mr. nnd Mrs. Rnndolph Illnine nnd children, of Louisville, nro the guests of C. R. Illnine nt Hotel Wentlicrfurd. Mr. Lewis Hoggs, of Lnwrnncc-hurj- r, visited Mr. Walter McKinney last week. Mr. nnd Mrs. Cnrlton Elkin, were here for u few hours Monday. Mr. John Illaiii nnd the Misses Illniii attended the circus nt Stanford Saturday. Mr. Gabc Walters, of Lancaster, was in this city Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Dan Trnvlor were guests of relatives here Sunday. Mr. nnd Mrs. J. II. Woods nnd family, of Stnnford, spent Sunday with relatives here. Mr. Spalding Ilill motored to this citv Sunday. Dr. nnd Mrs. Tim Pennington, of Stnnford were visiting Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Adams. Mr. and Mrs. Colo Ilrown, of Danville, are visiting their uncle, I ale Ilrown, of this place. Powell and Depp sold H. G. Fox, one horse inulo colt nt $85. S. P. Stephenson wdd to Powell nii Depp 43, black faced ewes at $4.50 per head. Powell nnd Depp bought of R. M. Dumron. 3 calves. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Jeffers and little daughter, Mary Ophelia have leturned from a short visit to Louisi,, One of the most satisfactory sales held in this section this season was tlmt of W. C. Shanks, conducted nt his f a nil. a half mile enst of this w cck. city, on I ho Crnli Orhcard pike Robert Nave, of Mercer county, Tuesday. Col. J. P. Chandler cried collected a bunch of nice mules about the sale and kept things moving. Mr. erty. Mr. nnd Mrs. Russell Rrown were horj for few hours Tuesday. A series of meetings will begin ut the Ilaptist church on the 13th of October. Row T. J. Porter, of Lebanon, will conduct the services. All nre cordially invited to attend all the services. Mr. nnd Mrs. Clinrl-- - Pylc, nnd son attended the Liberty fair last Doc Dryo spont Inst week nt Lib- Hustonville W. C. SHANKS SELLS NICE BUNCH OF STOCK OO00&&&& V i$ t WINS Taxes Precinct DEMOCRATS ORGANIZE IN EVERY PRECINCT Buyers Pay Good Prices For Jersey Cows, Brood Mares and Mules Offered Them 4 Honor Roll of lln Flqht at Lincoln Democrats McKinney and Must Be Paid Now. TO In response to tlio appeal to public spirited citizens to with Woodrow Wilson in his inlcn-fio- n to accept no money from interests, in tho financing of the campaign, the I. J. has opened nu Honor Roll of thoso citizens who ure willing to nssist in the good fight. Checks should be made W. 0. Davis, Trcas., and nil leceived will be neknowledgcd by the I. J. in these columns and forwarded to the enmpnign treasurer. Contributions so fnr received arc: II. C. Carpenter . . . $1.00 Sliclton Saiifley . . . $25.00 Kcndrick Alcorn $5.00 W. S. Ilurch 1.00 T.J. Hill. Jr. 1.00 JL F. North 1.00 G. H. Cooper 1.00 Jus P. Hniley J.00 W. L. McCnrty . 1.00 T. N. Aldridg'e 1.00 R. S. Scudder 1.00 C. T. Chatham 1.00 J. R. Powell 1.00 T. A. Rice 1.00 II. D. Aid ridge 1.00 I. T. Moser . 1.00 E. C. Jordan 1.00 G. L Penny 1.00 II. Engleinau, Sr. 1.00 W. A. Carson 1.00 M. S. Haiighmau . . . 1.00 H. W. Givens 1.00 T. D. Newlnnd 1.00 L. R. Hughes 1.00 J. W. Ireland 1.00 J. II. Pnxton 1.00 W. C. Shanks 1.00 1.00 J. C. Reid 1.00 J. F. Holdam self-seekipny-nble- to Shanks offered a lot of extra classy sUiff, and the buyers did not let any of it go begging. The list of the snlcs made is ns follows: Jersey cow nnd calf, C. E. Tate. $50. Jersey cow. Tons Jackson, fil. Jersey cow, Andy Gooeh, $40. Jersey cow, J. C. Eubnnks, $53. Jersey heifer. Hen Mnrtin, $25. Jersey heifer calf. W. N. Lnne $25 Jersey bull cnlf, E. T. Pence. $31. heifer, Andy Gooch $38. heifer, Herman Detzler, $40 heifer, Snm Hell, $20. heifer, C. E. Tnte. $20. heifer, S. J. Embry, Jr., .... ... Jersey Jersey Jersey Jersey Jersey $20. .... ... ... McKinney, Ky Oct. 2. The court decided tho question concerning the tax of tho graded school hero in fnvor of tho graded school and those who refused to pay their taxes will hnve to do so now nftcr a long wait. Tho fcchool is progrcsisng njecly and tho trustees are planning to cnll nn election to take a vote on the Hond Issue nnd if they ure siiccc.ssiui in putting Hint tnrougn and we know they will, the trustees tlien will Iny plnns for n two story brick building for tho school. This is ono of the best locations for a graded school anywhere and the people slioud push this to a. finish Mr. and Mrs. G. Fred Gooch, nnd little son have returned from a visit to relatives in Springfield nnd Tutum Springs. Mrs. W. A. Coffey, of near town, has as her guests this week, Miss Nora Coffey, Miss Emran Foglc, of Yoeniilc, and Mrs. Archio Riffe, of Ludlow. , men Named Chairmen and Committeete Brlmi Out Vote For WHson. Jersey Jersey Jersey Jersey heifer. C. E. Tnte. $15. heifer, C. E. Tnte. $13. heifer, C. E. Tnto, $21. heifer, C. E. Tnte, $22.50. Jersey heifer, C. E. Tnte. $20. Jersey heifer. J. II. Woods. $20. lllack mnre, J. II. Coffey, of Columbia, $01. Colt of blnck mate, Tom Pence, $53. I!av mnre nnd horse colt; S. M. Noel,' of Frankfort. $131. d mnre, Mat ""ors. $70. Colt of same. Tom Rice, $50. Seven-year-olSeven-year-old .... ... .. ... mare, Snm Embry, mare J. II. JlcKce $90. Seven-year-old $94. Two-year-o- ld Seven-venr-o- ld ld Three-yenr-o- ld Four-year-o- ld ld ld Eiylit-year-o- ld ld Seven-venr-ol- ld Two-venr-o- ld Murguret and Ruth Heck left this week for Paris, whore thev will enter Houibon College for this term. Mrs. J. W. Davis, of Somerset, visited her father, Mr. J. L. Heck, on last Saturday and Sunday. Miss Minnie Goode has returned from Cincinnati and will remain here for some time. G. M. llerry with the Lo": Stix Co., of Cincinnati, was calling on the merchants here this week. Miss Archie Moore has returned to her homo in Washington Citv after a visit of threo week here with the family of T. W. Walker. Don't forget tho Christinn endeavor at the Christian church on Sunday night nt G30 o'clock. Hro. Fleming will fill his regular appointment at the Baptist church Sunday morning and night. bam Beck has gone to Somerset. to accept a position with the Columbia Single Tree Co., of that place. Mrs. Freeman, of Somerset, form erly of this place died at her home there and tho remains weie brought here on No. 0 nnd iuterred in the McKinney cemetery. Mrs. Freeman was the widow of Mr. Ed Paul, who died several years ago. She was a good woman and has a large number of friends to mourn her loss. She leaves a husband and a grandson. Mrs. T. II. Singleton, entertained the Embroidery Club on Tliurednv afternoon from two to four. Refreshments were served and all report a Rood time. Democratic chairman. W. L. McCnrty, for Lincoln countv Im appointed Precinct Chairmen in every precinct in the county to bring out tho democratic vote on election day. Active working democrats hnve been named who will be expected to see that thoir severnl precincts mnke tho showing tlint is expected of them. K. S. Alcorn nnd W. S. Burch have bcecn named to net ns nn advisory capacity to tho county chairman, and the work of organization will be pushed fniiu now until election day. Chairman McChrty hopes to be nble to secure severnl sponkere of the nation wide reputation in Lincoln during the campaign. A larjro crowd is expected to bo here court day, October 14th whon the first speaking will be lind here. Tho list of precinct chairmen and their committeemen in each precinct, in tho county is ns follows: Stnnford No. 1. Sam Harris, Jr. chairman; Committeemen Sam J. Embry, Henry Hester, Lesley Sloan; Harry Frve, John Blanks, and R. T. Bruce. Stnnford No. 2. R. B. Woods, chairman; Committeemen: Win. Harney. P. L. Beck, Will Pullinm. II. R. Sauflcy. Robert Lay, W. E. McAfee, and J. Ben Bryan. Stnnford, No. 3. Henry Fields, chairman; Committeemen: John Hooker. J. B, Bailcv. Sam Matheny. Lognn Stephens, Dr. J. T. Morris, Lafe Morgan. Stnnford, No. 4. W. G. Gooch. chairman; Committeemen: W. P. Logan, George W. Deborde. Georfo Unit, Mat Mnrtin, nnd Sterling Curtis. Crab Orchard. No. 1. J. C. BaJ- ley, chninnan; Committeemen: P. E. Parrish, D. J. Rigsby, Lige King, J. M. Reynolds. Ed Edwards, Thos. Es-te- ld Five-vear-o- ld Eiuht-vear-o- ld ld Five-vcar-o- ld Four-venr-o- ld ld ld Four-venr-o- ld Two-war-o- ld -- --"'I l Ma-gu- Tttii-Vear-i- 1 Scven-yenr-o- ld c, ld ld 1 -- Four-war-o- hl Si.'-enr-o- ld Mn-hn- n. man. Fie-U'ar-o- Twn-vear-o- ld w Two-vear-ol- d n. Bio-Trac- Fio-.wnr-o- hl Kin-eni- d. Four-venr-o- ld Two-ear-o- ld n, Me-Clu- re bl Fie-wur-o- n, ld see-ictn- ld 3,-5- io Two-year-o- ld dis-tiu- i't Three-year-ol- -- At t Three-year-o- ld io Three-year-o- ld Three-venr-o- ld Tliree-vear-ol- M. 'A St . .4 ,, . 4Aii44M t . rww!lW"iW ... m - Ukil wmwHiiyinT j) ,iV THE INTERIOR JOURNAL, tTAHPtRt. KENTUCKY FRIDAY. OCTOBER 4. 1112 he aiiKLTON 1 Interior Journal M. BAUI-LEY- SEE Old in Age Hut Modern in Ways . Proptltor A TEAR BTRtCTLT IN ADVANCE FISH Knltrtd at tlait l mail wmlltr poHofltl el Stanford K. MARSHALL For Vongrtu HAKVEY HELM For Vomtlh', Atty E. V. fUKYEAU For Cirnlt VttrkJ, F. HOLDAM Fur MagftratiW. H. FIELDS NEWLAMD For MtfUtruK M. V. rt For DEMOCRATIC rrttutm I'n THOS. TICKET wooonow wilso.v TODAY about that insurance. Better have a policy now than to have the neighbors say then, "He didn't have any insurance." 6 BROMLEY The F1KST NATIONAL BANK, of Stanford is the oldest InstN tution in this section of the stntc, having been organized March 0, 185-1- . A bank to have stood tho panics that hnvo occurred in the past 63 years must bo nil right. This bank today is stronger and better than it ever wns. While old in ago it ii modern in methods. Our patron, nnd they arc many, will testify to the fact that we tnko caro of them in a manner both pleasing nnd satisfactory. Yonr pntronngo is respectfully asked. Ilcracmbcr our pledge of courteous treatment nnd honorable dealings. Our directory includes some of tho most prominent business men nnd farmers in this section of tho county. Try in. H. C. BAUGHMAN, Cashier. J. S. HOCKER, Pres. W. W. SAUNDERS. Ind. S. T. HARRIS. Vice Pres.. J. R. HARRIS. Bookkeeper. a ill i lil HIM I The annotintrmrnti In t hi column r ol randldtttt (or otter, tnujrct to the action of lb. Drmocr.tie primary. No announerinenti wilt b. midr, nnlfii pld (or In alliances For Rtfrftrnlaltrt. VIH01L. McMLLLIM. voting ladies. If you can't guess For Shtrif his, blood lines. Before coming to I watt and hcc. M. H. UUKJHWAN (IIVEN8 Y. 11. the State Fair Mr. Edeien's horses Mr. Chester Stnton from IndianaJ. O. WEATHERFURD Miown nt Danville, llarrodsburg polis, T. J. HILL visiting hi lud.. Lancaster, brother, Mr. lias been Stanford, IVrryulle, J or Count JuJo Geo. Statoti, of this T. A. RICE Lexington, Hnrditisburg, l'aris and place. II. F. XUKTII x'ther fnirs nnd weie in the money For Jailir Mr. George Coffey nnd wife PEYTON l'AHRISH in every show except and in returned after n few days' isit nt OEUKOE DEDUKDE most of these catcs there were no Libiirtv, where .ho DINK FARMER attended the fair. WILLIAM II. HESTER second moneys. A most wonderful Political Announcements fic, hnp V. A. CARSO.V For Amnor P. L. DECK B. M. OWENS R. U. BUONAUOn V. C. SANDIDOE J. H. liUONK W. T. OARNEK LAFE MOKOAN recoid. Bohemian King was champion show saddlo btnlhon as n three year old. Posted Hunttna Forbidden. School seems to bo going on nire-l- y with good attendance. Miss Hutli Coffcv w nt home after a visit to relatives nt Turners-vill- c. Mr. Hobcrt Fox visited his sister, Villinm C. Lonj:, Men's Work Shoes I! L rsr your feet get wet along those hot summer days, but when the chill and cold comes you must keep them as near dry as possible. While there is not a leather shoe made under the sun that is guaranteed water proof (if there was we would have it for you,) yet there are plenty of good shoes nearly so. We offer you the best that money can buy. No mortal can do more. We furnish you shoes, all leather, good leather, at $2.00 and $2.50, and then comes that best of all work Shoe, "Menzies," at $3.50, $4.00, $5.00 and $7.50, in Black, Tan and Smoke colors. Then the "Witch Elk" at $7.50 and $10.00. Nowf these are all shoes for thefman who labors to make a dollar It does not matter much if Statement of the ownership, rann- nscmcr.t, circulation, etc.. of the In terior Journal, published twice a week, nt Stanford, Ky., required by the net of Aucust 24. 1012. Name of Editor, manaeine; editor, business manager, publisher, Shelton M. Saufley, Stanford, Kv. Owner Shel r, ton M. Saufley; known bond mortcaeees, and other security holders,, holding 1 per cent or more of total amount of bonds, mortgages or other securities: E. C. Walton, Stanford, Ky. Sworn to and subscribed before m?, this 30th day of September. 1912, V. M. Bright, NoMy commission extary Public. pires January Oth 1916. liol-de- county went dry Montgomery Monday by a majority of 902. Mt. Sterling hns had saloons for many years. Edeien's Fine Record at State Fair. The Farmer's Ilome Journal pays high compliment to the great show made by Allen Edeien's horses at the recent State Fair. It said: The Olcnworth saddle horse farm, of Burgin, Ky., has established a record for winning ribbons at the Ken tucky, State Fair 10 out of 18 shows. Mr Edelen, the proprietor, has been the heaviest ribbon winner here several different years, but has never before won such a percentage. Glcnworth is the home of Bohemian King, and his get which by the wav are nearly all of the popular chestnut color. In the ring for finest and best saddle bred Iilly under one year old the get of Bohemian won first, second and third monies first going to Bohemian Music, chestnut colored, out of Kentucky Belle, by Thornton's Star, second to Bohemian Art, chestnut colored, out of Ladv Dare by Chester Dare, and third io Glendalaugh, chestnut colored, out of Highland Mniil, by Highland Denmark. It is claimed that no other saddle stallion has ever sired three money winners in this ring at the State Fair. Notwithstanding no two of the dams of the winners were the same colors tho premium foals wero chestnuts becauso of Bohemian King's tendency to sire that color on nccount of of King's Mountain, were the guests or fishing upon our premises: W. F. Semonis, Wo. J. Beck, Fred of Mrs. George Coffey Thursday VonQmenignn, 0. Baumann, Chas. nnd Friday. Bni, to the wife of Linday Cnr-ne- v T. Wilson. Ed Gooch. Lutes & Myers on September 24, n sweet little C. M. Allen, Ed Ballard. girl bnby, Jennie Lueile. All secern to have enjoyed Friday HAPPY WOMEN afternoon exercises given by the Plenty of Them In Stanford, and school. The program was: Song. There's one thing I can do. Good Reason For It. recitntions by Alma Coffey, Cercnn White, Thomas Coffey and Bob Song bv Elizabeth Wouldn't any woman bo happy, Kattffman. After years of backache suffer- Bracked Two Little Orphans. Ending bf debntc on Broom nnd Dish rag ing, A nice crowd of our people spent Days of misery, nights of unrest, n delightful envening Stindav with The distress of urinary troubles, Mi.es Ruth and Alma Coffey. Those When she finds freedom? present were Jake Wolford, Miss Many readers will profit by the Alary Russell, Mr. Pat Dougherty following. Pauline Taylor, Mr. Jason Gibson, Mrs. Nancy A. Logan, E. Main Miss Essie Daughertv. Mr. Robert Street, Stanford, Ky., says: "I Fox, Miss Maggie Fox, and Mr. scarcely know what to say to ex- Lindsay Buchanan. Lillian, the little press by gratitude to Doan's KidThompson daughter of Mr. and ney Pills for the great good they Hughes, of Dnnville. Mrs. Satin-daydied done me. My back had about September 28 and have wok buried here given out and pained me severely Sunday. Much sympathy is felt for at times. I was weak and lame and the bereaved parents. Mrs. George Coffey spent Sunday I knew that my kidneys were disordered as the secretions were un- with Mr. T. R. Talor. We arc having cold weather now natural. I learned of Doan's Kid ney Pills nnd procured a supply at nnd nil who are not prepared for get busy for Shugars & Tanners Drug Store. Jack Frost lind better he will son he on hand. This remedy entirely relieved me and restored my kidneys to n, normal condition." For sale by nil dealers. Priec 50 Co., Bnffalo, cent. Foster-Milbur- n N. Y., sole agents for the United States. Remember the name Doan's Dsalsr In and take no other. ld , Wc, whose names arc signed below, positively forbid anv hunting Mr. Gntblis at Liberty last week. Mr. Edd Murphy nnd children, SJSr T 3V.v.w. RtamrWjja tW j YOUNG MEN! Look at This English Style &fe Ones e. H. B. Norfhcott ! That Are Selling Bowen The wedding bells have been injr in Bowen. ring, Poultry, Eggs, Produce, Salt, Lime & Cement PHONE 153. We are showing the above in Blues, Tans, Greys and the New Two-TonThey are all wool and are decidedly "the thing" for Fall. Jim Daughertv and Miss Elizabeth Fox were marrie, in Covington on Sept. 21. Mr. Dnutrherty nnd his bride are both of this place. A long nnd happy life are the wishes of their many friends. Mr. Ollie Knuffmnn, of this place, Ferguson, of In and Miss dianapolis, Ind., were married Sept. 20, nt Indianapolis and me with re latives here at the present. Wc are thinking that the wedsing bells will ring again soon and Bowen will lose another one of its popular Let Ua Press You Once! Sam Robinson 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? j Stanford, Ky. in. GOD'S HERBS & ROOTS sssssV istssusksv School Shoes H. J. McROBERTS STANFORD, KENTUCKY The Farmer's Friends J YVJSf J I - Cure Diseases, The Bible says so, & it is being proven every day by the Cow Boy Herbalist W. Broadway, Louisville, Ky. y W. E. PERKINS SPECIAL EXCURSION Crab Orchard, Ky CHARLIE WHITEMOON, v ) I79S-S- 1 c..MAV;. ftMiiDstv; vsium rwnic vjujsvuui aiiw nim r.nin xaiiio Call and seelthe new stock i W.UHiggins Stanford,' Ky. iWWIVWVffWvfvWfWVWVW - Deep down In every human heart lie a NATURAL desire for NATURE'S medicine, Rooti A Ilerbi. Too long have the secrets of nature been neglected, too long have people disregarded God's prooaliei.. Modern doctors think only of "operations" ft strong drugs, wnllo buman suffering ft deaths froa disease Increase rapidly every year. Health Is natural, disease unnatural. My years of experience as a Cow-boft among the Indians give me a peculiar fitness ft knowledge of the powers of Roots ft Hebs as medicines, my remedies have cured ft are curing Blood Poison, Lung Trouble, Kidney, Bladder, Liver, Female ft 8 kin diseases, Rheumatism, Dropsy, Catarrh, Nervous & Stomach Troubles that were pronounced Incurable by the best doctors. I want to PROVE this to the world ft to any one asking, I will mall tho greatest book of Its HERBALIST," absolutely free. If you are not enjoying ALL kind ever published, entitled "THE COW-BOthe blessings of perfect health, your duty demands that you INVESTIGATE MY CLAIMS, All letters of Inquiry promptly answered. is the name of my great TONIC, composed o'f l'6 Roots '& Herbs, makes 3 full quarts of medicine, lasts about J months, costs onh one dollar GUARANTEED is sold DY ALL DRUGGISTS & DEALSf'fl J.lJM,SH?SllASFR 0T wonty refunded. ERS IN MEDICINE f ot Jhe stomach, liver, kidneys, bowels, bladder & blood. A household remedv 3Q,,t hasnt got U or w'0"'' 0ft ' 7 W1Ll FlLL V0JR' '""' fp&STActepAlD ORDERi whlTR.MOO)rS SCIENCE SOPEismadeopUREVECETABLBOtLSFORumtAU r,CKd,RB to satisfy or money refunded. ioc or 3 bars iSC at all dealers, Retail, who supplied thru oil wholesale dealers. . art COM-CEL-SA- R BODY-BVILDER, &As-LEGAL- CINCINNATI AND RETURN Sunday, OCTOBER 6th $1.50 Rauns) Trip- $1.30 Trip SPECIAL TRAIN Reims 'rw. COSt-CEL-SA- R Lvs. JUNCTION CITY 5:35 a.m. K TICKET AGENTS FOR PARTICULARS. WBMBWHBIWBffTliHiMiiMfcflfmi'Saiajn lHnHtflla IP'aW'.sOTSMBMBMH. ,., sw; evJ THE STANFORD INTERIOR JOURNAL. STANFORD, KENTUCKY FRIDAY. OCTOIEB 4. 1912 We have just re- ceived our Fall shoes in Patents, Vicis, nn tig Velvets, Gun Metals Etc. We handle the famous May Man-to- n line. You will find no better in quality and style at right prices. IS ( s $J W I i fW Hughes, Martin & Co. Stanford. Ky. C'rnl) Personal and Social. Mrs. Ucttio llnrnelt N isltitiK friemla nnil relntixes in IIuMonvillr. Mr. nml Mrs. 1). W. Mnlian of Mrs. Danville, wcro 'the uuests Ilvsiic llnnliii Tnesilny. Mr. J. F. Cummin, gixuit tlio ilnv with her Fistor, Mrs. II. 1). C'nnipholl nt Crnli Orclmnl, Wcdiiestlny. Mr. flrorce Fnrris lins heen con his lioino several ilins with fined n rnlil. Mrs. Ocorco Wcnrrn sold n honn to Mr. Woods of Somerset, for S125 Ororcc II. Fnrris Jins been miito ill for several dtns. hcini; confined to hi liomc. Miller Hill hn been Jnitl up with mnlnrinl fever for ft week but U nbe to be out njinin. Mrs. Iloswell. of Slielbyville. is the cnest of her sister, Mrs. Will Siiv-ernnc- e. Tliurdiiy. Mr. Will Komnns mid 31 Coleman (Itilley, of I.nncnbter, were here Hnr-rodsbii- Mr. nnd Mr. J. F. Iloldnm, of Orclinrd, were here Tluirsilny. r. ln.t week. Thursday. Mrs. Howman Owens, of Mchinne who has been visitinc Mrs. 11. H. Gentry, nt Lcxincton hi returned home. Josephine F.lmnre. of is the cueht of Mrs. II. C. Anderson, nnd fnmilv this week. Mrs. Kussell Urown wnn the trucrt of Mrs. Durhnm nt Crnb Orchard. Mit-- s Louis-Till- e, Mr. D. II Rpoonamore, who spent several months with the homeioiks. has cone to Cleburne, Texas, to viMt relntives there. Mr. mid Mrs. Granville K. Lutes, pike, nre bo-iout on the concrntulnteil upon the nrrivnl dnuditcr in their of nn cidit-poun- d lltf-tonvil- borne. , , .Joo Mnnninc nnd wife nre conLTntnlntinc them upon the arrival of another beautiful little dnuchtcr in their home. Mr. IJ. K. McKolicrts mid dnuch-te- r, Miss I.ettie Mnv. nf Lnncnster. drove over hero Wednesday to meet Mrs. Mrs. MeKoberts's mother. Ware, of Hopkinsville. who will visit her for several dajs. Cnrrirr an li not quite to rich, lor cicnti(i lion U Hon. llnrvcy Helm will speak in the interest of democracy nt Monday. Mr. and Mrs. M. II. Satin nro in Louisville tJiis week. Mr. Snlin is iittcntlini; the Hankers' Association there. I'rof. Joiinh Dntsou was up from Somerset this week. He has just bought n nice home in tlio enpitnl of l'lilutjki and is greatly pleased there. Little Alonzo Araes Adnms, the yenr old daiiRhter of Charlie Adams died nt his homo in Jlowlnnil Tucs-da- y and wns buried nt Goshen on Wednesday. ho has been Mrs. 11. II. Crow, suffering from nn attack of rheumatism, is nt Klixir Spring for an exHer mnny friends tended stay. hope she will return fully restored. Danville Messenger. Our friend and patron, Mr, Hufns Lippe, of tho Hustonville Holler Mills, had tJic misfortune to fall from a shed on which he wns working the other day and brenk both bones of bis left arm near the wrist. This i'l rnliy inconvenience Mr. Lipps, but we'll wager it will not pTeent his looking nftcr the inter-eft- s of the big enterprise with which he has been connected for some time Col. S. T. llnrris, Vice President of the First Nntionnl Hank, spent scMT.nl days in Louisville attending Be- the meeting of the bankers. side" Cnliier W. M. Unclit. tnc Lincoln County National Hnnk is re presented in tlic meeting by Sen-ntIt. L. Hubble, while CaMiier M. II. S.tlin nnd Vice President J. S. Hice, went for the Stnto Hank & Trust Co. There is no one to gain-m- v r Hint the Stanford banks well nnd subMnntinlry rcpresontca in the important meeting. or Mrs. .1. C. McClnry is in Nashville. Jenn., on n visit to relntives. Dr. M. if. Phillips hits returned from London, where he lins been visiting. Mr. mid Mrs. Ilichmd Hampton, nre here from Lcbnnon Junction with relatives nnd friends. Miss Lottie Fnris, of Kirkuvillc, You could not please us bet who has been visiting Mis Lena ter than to ask your doctor Palmer left Thursday for Little (lock, Ark., to reinniu for soma time. about Aycr's Cherry Pectoral Mrs. Geurce Keller nnd daughter, for coughs, colds, croup, bronJosephine Keller, who Iinvo Miss chitis. Thousands of families Dun-il- li been spending the summer in always keep it in the house. with Mr. and Mrs, Joe Fnrris, left Wednesday for their hoi.ie The approval of their physiin Orlando, Fin. Danville Advocate. cian and the experience of Professor W .0. Hopper, of Ml. many years have given them .Sterling, was the host nt mi evening great confidence in this luncheon nt tlio Phoenix in Lexington, Wednesday, to Mis Margaret standard cough medicine. Hopper, of Stnnford, Misses Stella Sold for seventy years. and Gnrnett Holniisim, of Mt. Sterling, Tom Sutton, of Mt. Sterling, Any tood doexor will tell you that a medicine Tike Aver't Cherry Pectoral cannot and Joa Hopper, of Danville. Ths present will long remember tho do Its best work If the bowels are constipated. Ask your doctor if he knows "plea-unevening. tnythlnf, better than Ayer's Pills for cor recting this sluRKisnness or tne liver. Ud by t! J. Q. Xttn CO., Lewtll, Koso. SHORT LOCAL NEWS Good Wliito Girl Wanted. PerI.of-n- l btorkholilcrs in the Ilonrv, manent home and good wages. Clnv Fne liiMirnncu Company, of 73-llo.x 12711. hnppv this I.t'Xiii'.'ton. were miulc the Just iceeivcil a nice lino of box week li per receipt of check on n cent dividend declined paper nnd corresponding enrds. 12 2 Prices Uoo nnd 60c nt Penny's the hy the company. The Henry Clay is a Kentucky institution, nnd 7U-Hcxnll Store. tood" fioin the stnrt. Sessions in phy-icculture and tnproed clover nnd timothy seedelocution or expression nt my homo on LnnenMer street. Tuesday and er nt W. II. Ilipgins. Thursday nml Saturdays, hours H:.'I0 You want the best policy when to 5:30, except Saturday when hours will lie 2 to 5 P. M!. L. M. vou insure. See Fish & Bromley, Insure everything. Goodkiiiuht. Kvcning clnsscs 7 to 0. Stanford, Ky. Coughs ind Colds 3 fl J Tfl Buy Children's Shoes from it Ad-dic- ss 1. 2. Severance & Son. Many Kinds. Reasonable Prices. For Rent. Storeroom well located; low rent; for information call at this office. 80-t- f. i nl Tho Fisenl Court was in session THIRD DEGREE all day Tuesday, nllowing miscellaneous nnd merchants' claims. The In Masonry Is Given Harvey Helm sum of allowances will run up to By Danville Ledge, Here. nbout the usual nmount. These claims nre payable nfter January 1. The entire fiscal court wns present. at r per cent, with good leal estate security. E. D. Penning$2."),000, Money to Loan. From $1,000 io 78-8- p. ton, Stanford, Ky. Sam Robinson Contest. nt Sam Robinson's store is progressing nicely, ns nil the contestants nre working hard. Mis Mary Hubbard won the dinner set last week. The standing of the conte-tnn- ts is ns follows: The pinno contest C 23,630 Wl.lliri 25.S95 23,130 110,520 221,583 3 1 4823,700 4327,240 44 2S.030 540,873 C 724.330 848,700 023,440 10 3S.789 1121.140 1325.030 1428,000 1520,850 10-51- 4320,175 4029,890 4730,810 4823,700 4901,105 5027,075 5120.525 5228,305 5325,095 5420.050 5535,425 50 31,105 2S.2G0 ,135 1727,090 IS 19-27- 57 5S 29,400 27,370 ,030 Why Women lime oerNotpottcttion blood cctll. Arc in the RICH. millionaire many Min of to the woman only lour and a A decrease in number ot red blood corpuiclea and a person " looks pale G7 2S.C73 is anaemic, the blood does nut et the ritht lood and probably the stomach ia fact, 0829,320 2730,215 disordered. Dr. 15. V. 1'iercc found rars ao that a &l)ccrie extract cf foldcn seal snd 23 20,590 C9 43,055 Orefon frape roots, queen's root and bloodroot with black cherr) bark, would help 2928.100 7049.333 the assimilation ol the food in the stomach, correct liver ills and in Nature's own 7131,080 I his medicine he 3028,003 way increase the red blood corpuscles. 7223,805 called Dr. Pierce's Golden Medical Discoery. Ily assimi- 3124.025 7330,335 lating the food eaten the system is nourished and the blood 3227,005 takes on a rich red color. Nen outness is only " the cry .605 7428,158 of the starved neres for food," and when the nerves are 3120,380 7532,740 s, led on rich red blood the person looses those irritable 7757,970 35 2G.S20 sleeps well at night and is refreshed in the morning. 7830,780 ! wst itUclcnl with atrvere nrnroui which u rautrd liy 3005,195 7927,490 a dlsonlcrnl tumsrh and liter," writrs MR. Jam. V. LlVELY.of Wh. 3728,190 uM ll artl Ilox All friemls Ihuutlit I km. Trnn.. ltuula 2,ysvo S3. up. mywas oJv1m to try Dv. lerre's 3S 27,030 8027,525 mo I the twtt physkUna Uoldrn Mnllco Plsroxry, and dcrivnl much tcntfit frum samr. My 3933,850 8138.430 com had run so lunir. It had Uforne o rhronlc that nolhlmr would rffrct 82 2S.945 a prmonrnt curr. Iut Dr. Ilrrre't mullrln has done much for ma and 4020,903 8331,070 ku.,A Ita th.u. . it.uls 4124,053 1.. 7..t. sul. i.ll. ,..... a. . n. uvelt. tirQ. 8430,785 UlftraMS bac ruu iki Iwnie that there U no chanm to bo curul. 1220,340 Dr. fierce' Medical Aihier 31 ifimpi, lu pay fur wrapplntf unj mailiatf oaly. A Severe Sickness Leaves hu6ve lux procn a th the normal man blood. mil hall million cubio millimetre of Worn 2025,875 2124.200 2220.100 "in 2 125,733 25 20.3S3 20 2G.830 2325,8 15 5928.300 MoGoodwin. 0020.390 0127,185 For Sale Rhode Islnnl Red hcis Used to Live In Lincoln 0224,235 nt 75c and 50c; also White Guineas 0323,170 Rear Admiral Lueicn Young, who at $1 apiece. One good bone cutter 0420,000 died in New York City of a ruptured nnd one vegetable cutter at $3. Xlre. 0520.533 hbod vessel Wednesdnj', wns form- W. J. Edmiston, Crab Orchard. 748 0030.130 erly a Lincoln county man and was 3. The degree team of the Danville Masonic lodge, headed by that r, matchless Mason, Col. Henry raised Congressman Helm, to the sublime degree of a Ifnstcr Mn- on, for Lincoln lodge No. CO here last Friday night. A large number of Masons from this section of the Mate were present, nnd spent a de lightful evening. Among the visiting Masons here were Cleo Tliomns, S. M. Owens, Dr. T. II. Singleton, Wm. McGuffev, K. II. Metcnlf, Pierce Butler, and C. M. Sipple, f McKinney, C. B. Creech, i. li. Young, S. J. Bell. J. R. Wilson, Joe Elliott, L. W. Branson, nnd Q. It. Jones, of Middlcburg, M. F. V. A. Lawrence, Carson, F. XI. Long, It. XL Blackerby, E. J. Brown, Spears Fisher, of the county, W". T. Stephenson, of Lebanon Junction, A. T. Bromley, of Edinburg, Va., and the following delegation from Frnnk-li- n V. II. Thurlodge of Danville: mond, F. N. Oerhart, XL E. Curdy, J. T. Parks, W. B. Coleman, J. R. Cowan, lliekmnn Carter. Gill Cooper, E. R. Dillehay, II. G. Sandifer, John S. Wells, G. T. Thurmond, R. II. Morgan, E. T. Dunigan, Eugene Pope, W. G. J)unlnp, and, Hubert San-dife- Why are Sue Bennett Memorial school graduates always successful f Because they acquired character as well as ability. CG-1- 6. Lincoln County Naltional Bank Corner Next to Courthouse. Stanford Ky. Capital $100,000 Surplus DIRECTORS $100,100 Who Direct the Manaqement of this Bank. Geo. W. Carter. Stanford. W. M. Mathcny, Stanford. W. XL Bright, Stanford. A. T. Nunnelley, Stanford. W. D. Edmiston, Crab Orchard J. B. Paxton Stanford. S. J. Kmbry, Jr., Stanford. J. W. Rochester, Stnnford. Lilhurn (Jooch, Stanford. W. II. Shanks, Stanford. R. L. Hubble. Lancaster. W. O. Walker. Stanford. W. II. Cummins, Preachcfsville. T. C. Rankin, Lancaster. Jno. N. Xlenefee. Sr.. Stnnford There will be a box supper at Neal's Creek school bouse next Saturday evening. All are invited to attend. The Crab Orchard tax books .itc ready and at the Crab Orchard Bank. Miss Ophelia Lackey, Treasurer. "-4. For land survejing call on M. C. Newland, Route 1, Stanford, Ky. or phone him at 30 W. Crab Orchard. passenger Buiek automobile runabout C months. Fully equipDcd except speedometer. Would consider a good gentle horse in trado for it. R. M. Arnold, Dan77-ville, Ky. E. D. Pennington, Csunty Surveyor 52-6- FIRE INSURANCE tmd SURETY BONDS E.M.HEWULTTD STANFORD, KY. For Sale. Two General Farm Surveying Phone 172, Stanford, m Ky. Father Mother Shoes Fori Daughter 33-28- fctl-inf- dit. by a number of Stanford people, including Xlr. G. B. Cooper and Judge Bailey. He lived for a number of years in the West End on the farm now owned by Xlr. J. K. Helm nnd diirin" that time ppetit much of his time in Huston-villHe was considered a ery brilliant man nnd wns almost a perfect specimen of physical manhood. Ily wns nn intimate friend of Xlr. Cooper, who regretted cry much to hear of his sudden demise. well known e. For Sale. Houso and lot in Xforolnnd; all necessary outbuildings place well wuleied, cistern at door. p XIrs. Addie Jennings.XIoreland. 75-8- o Ohio Cm of Toitoo. I Lvcas Covmt. t ntANS 3. CntMl malt oath that he is partnrr et tbe nrm ol K. J. Chsmt A Co. dou DuslQfM in Ibe City ot Tolrdo. County sad Fut sfomakl. ami that sakl Orm lll pay tfce sum ol ONC IICNDncu DOLLARS lor cacb and ntry raso ol Catarrh that cannot te currd by tnc ue ol UAU.S CATARRH CIRX FRANK J CHENEY. Svorn to before me snd cutwrlbcd in my presence. tbu Itn diy ot Dtccmbtr, A. V , Ik's. I A. W. OLEASOV. I I Stitt 'Son a L The ranii who borrowed my raincoat at the Stanford fair is requested to send it home. Xly name is written in ink in the back. R. S. Scndiler. XfcKinnev. t. 70-2- Halls Catarrh Cure Is takrn Internally and arts directly upon the blood snd mucous suriacta ot tLe system, bend lor tratlmoouu rree. F. J. CHENEY CO.. Toledo. O Sold by all Prostata. 7Sc. laic llsll 1 1 aniUv I'UW cnoMlpatlon. dIi SHOES for the whole family in the Fall Styles and New Shapes, in all kinds and grades of leather. 1 KOIART raUC "' i W. A. Tribble Furniture Odd Dressers Odd Beds Odd Stands Sideboards Buffets Davenports Couches SSJ. WE CARRY Iron Beds Springs Mattresses Dining Tables Parlor Tables Library Tables Dining Chairs Rockers Comforts Carpets Oil Cloth Trunks Mattings Linoleumn The Kidneys Weak rtaV BW rf3H9r,?TVl0I''S swiuoab After recovering from a severe spell of sickness somo time ago, 1 wns nil run down and suffering from pour blood. 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T..nlr.4ISSu. SalMlaf 1": Cr.. " III R.l. fDMlai Get Ready for winter while you can find what you want. i.W 8umi Tsl; ". Jul. IS, .J"7 j. ... .nni t ..-- IJ.i .. Your Houst e, Nitls Pair,tit Bing-hnmto- ii, Step off and take a look at vour home, Doesn't It need painting? New Is the time to have it done. Paint before the winter rain and snow be pins to fly. Hanna's Green Seal, the made to wear paints are the right kind to use. Formula with every can. For Sale by G. I. PIU1ITT. More-lan- d, Ky.. and L. L. SANDERS, Crab Orchard. Ky. Cummins fe T.earbj Stanford, Kentucky Home of All-Wo- ol one-doll- ar Clothes. M i vJ. - nyrtiyrT "'. ... "j Vu..t.1.1 jj r vv i ' f mu nni i. ""' ' "r """"' 93 " "' m '"" t w-- . ... -- .-- -j-Tirrspj tMk J. .U 1. J . r 4. t ar. " s ; v. -- 's;,;; rsr.?irrr 9era?&wzw&3umcimmmt 'mxr- - THE STANFORD INTERIOR JOURNAL, STANFORD, KENTUCKVFRIDAV. OCTOIER 4. 1112 I' & B it James Yowell, of Huston villc, calves from Mr. Trnvlor for $27.C0. For Sale. Threo extra nice Duron sold to W. B. Burton, tho Lancas- He got a cow from Will, West, at 3 Jeisey boars, nubject to register. D. 2 ter shipper, a pnir of cents nnd she weighed 1,100 80-2marc mules for $325. He also sold pound. From C. K. Tale ho occur t:. Proctor. Stanford, Kv. For Sale. House and two acres irclding for $85. very young, him a Shetland ctl a couple of calves L. P. Thompson, bought of John for $15; Mis Annie Ashlock sold of land, 4 2 miles from Stanford I!. Anderson, on Dix liver, n bunch him four yearling steers at 4 and 4 on llustonvillc pike, 5 room house; cents; from Mm. Belle Hintt he good barn nnd other otithuldings; d steers nt $4.80. of 21 d steers nt 5 Mr. Thompson will put them on bought two ever lasting spring on place; fruit; cents. feed. for a George O. Spoonnmore, enst of a car trees and fine garden. G. E. Lutes, C. C. McClure exported Stanford, sold to tho Rankin broth- load of catlle containing 35 head Stanford. 708. overlook this; ers, of Hubble, n from Paint Lick to the city market Dan Kennedy, n prominent Wayne g never-failinmare for which he got .175. Mr. with well G. I). Mnhan. of Boyle, sold hi county farmer, wns hero last week, Spoonnmore nlso sold to W. B. Bur- farm of 114 acres on the Perryville 50 in and bought from Mrs. Fnnnio Hub150 50 ton, of Lancaster, a smaller pike to Samuel Stigall. The price ble, her nice little farm of 100 acres mule for $140. old was not made public. fence; new Tlio Advocate reports that Fox, McKinney section. Mr. KenT. C. Rankin, of Hubble, bounht in the John D. McDowell & Lilian! sold feet. nedy will movo to Lincoln to make new iiiule from Bob Hum Madden, of Lexington, 230 heavy a his home, aud will bo cordially welside for $130. and a pnir cattle at a fancy price, They also old hybrids from Robert of Hutchison, comed. for sold GOO to other parties and state Record reports The Lancaster in that the market has been very ac- for $380. W. A. Rogers bought a the following mule and cattle sales past week. tive for the 21-- 2 Fox Dudderar, of Rowland, deliv- old mule from James Halston for in that section: Taylor House sold ered his cattle to Ike Shelby, of $170. Center Bros., purchased a 4 Jim Dalton a mule colt for $70. Win. miles from R. R. mule from Samuel Prather Embry bought a mule colt of J. D. Shelby City, at the Rowlnnd pens year-ol- d Bay for $85. Sam Warasey sold Al1-this week. There were fiftv to go. for 140. 2 mile school, with fred Owens a mulo colt for $70. and tlicv welshed about 1,000 pounds Center Bros., sold n each. Mr. Dudderar encaged them mule to William priviMarshbanks for Iinydcn Knjlor sold a mule colt to from Ecvenil mouths ago at 6 cent n $145. Waller Center bnwht a three Jolin Pcttus for $05. Logan Hubble 1, and pound. j ear old saddle horse from Pal BaU bought two aged mules at $130 mule Mr. James B. Parks, of Kingston, lard for $175. Alex R. Denny bought a $1G0. Denny For further information, address, Madison county, sold Inst week to J. ('. Lawson Brown, of Garrard, colt of bought Wilson for $115. Simon Weil one hundred 1,000 pound exported aand d three mule colt nt $00 of hogs from Bros., of INTERIOR JOURNAL, "T care W. cattle at $0 per hundred, to be tie Lancaster to the city market on lnt $100 aand $110 each. mule K. Leavcli livered November 1. This is a re Wcdticsdny. Stanford, Kentucky. to Wn'ter sold six year old C. A. Arnold also shipcord price for cattle in Madison ped for $100. J. M. Ruble bought a car-loa- d of cattle to Cincincounty and possibly the highest ever a mule from Clarence B.illard for paid for a bunch of cattle in the nati Thursday. si 70. Thomas Rankin bought of V. A. Lear, of Lancaster export- James Thompson 3 aged mules for For Rent. My farm of 250 Slate, says the Richmond Climax AND STOCK NEWS FARM Thomas M. Manning, who has ed 100 head of swine to Hubbard $400. Wilon Rogers bought n couacres 35 acres for corn, 30 for been living nenr the Givens place on linns nnd Rngsdale at Cincinnati ple of nice harness horses of A. B. For Kent. 20 acres of wheat wheat or oats, CO acres in meadow, the Hubble pike, north of town, for Saturday. He bought for this con- Fst ridge for $300. W. B. Burton balanco in grass. Also has good signment 50 land. M. B. Lytle, Phono 1C9 Y. porkers from bought n 0 year old mnre mule of dwelling house, barn and all out- several vears, this week, purchased 78-8- 0 of Green Fcrrill, his fnrni of 41 Frank Arnold at $7.75 per hundred. Steve Agee for $110 nnd a harness Having decided not to farm this buildings. For further information acres, lyine nbout two and a half At the snlo of P. L. Beck last C. of fall I will have a sale of stock at address Mrs. Geo. Logan, Stanford, miles from Stanford on tlie Lan- week Tom Pence nnd J. II. Woods horse Bobiiison Hcndrickson for $100. bought 12 mule colts I. K. Ky., West Main street. 74tf my place the middle of October. See 0 bought a couple of mule caster pike. Mr. Mauninir paid colts which paying in (lie ncigldnrrhood of For Sale -- Near Stanford, well J. C. Bailey, advertisement atcr. for the property, and ccts pos- cost them $05 nnd $70 respectively Johnson Price bought eight $100. mule improved 200 acre blue trass farm, session the first of next January. Crab Orchard. J. II. Baitghman bought a bunch of prices rnnging around tho Yowell, the hustling West hog-- , at $10 a head, milk cows from colts nt Sale. Aberdeen Angus cat- good two story house bitr stock For James hundred dollar W. B. Burton barn tle both sexes; mules from colts to springwith silo, plenty of everlasting End stock trader, bought from R. B. 24 to $20, nnd yearling heifers bought an aged mark. mule and a harness water. For further informa- Young, of Adair, 25 yearling steers from $11 to $17. He bought n hor.se of Wilson Rogers four year olds; thoroughbred boars tion see and write Adolph VonQrue-nigaat $5.40. He got from the same bunch of 15 1,200 wound steers at for the two. W. It. Cookpaving $335 E. H. Crow, ready for service. bought of Stanford or Fred VonAllman, nartv also a bunch of seven heifers 5.82 2 a hundred. Bhelby City, Ky, Ky., phone 8 two 34 and Bank street, Louisville, Ky. Capt. J. A. Doty 35 cattle. Having nt $1.50. From Tom Reynierson, of Center Bros., the Garrard buyers, $0 per cwt. for 12 of them f. rings, Junction Ex. nnd $5.85 C. C. Withers, two miles west of the Forks section, Mr. lowell bought exported a car-loa- d Advertise your sale in the I. J. Stanford, sold to F. F. Fitzpatrick, a drove of two dozen extra cood Point Leavcli to W. of cattle from lor inc rcmninder. M. M. Dorsott, It. Crawford, of Burgin bought a mule More farmers read it than any the Hedgeville buyer a mare mule steers to go the last part of Nov- and Company, at of Ollie Cincinnati; other country paper in the state. colt for $75. ember. They will weigh close to of these cattle the Centers had ome Bogie, one of Harrison Sebastian. had ono of Oscar Ray and one R. C. Arnold, of this city, has 1250 pounds and cost Mr. Yowell G for some time Wnlker For Sale. One nice, coming three as feeders, whilo the Bradshnw paving $110 eachoffor them year old, Peacock filly, beautif il bay bought 3 head of hogs from Phil 2 cents a pound. following are some purchases made W. 15. Burton liught of (Vnt..r nf The Board of Regents of the East-e- to complete with two white feet and star; good Xunnelley, which are to go the 15th. the ear of 37 head: Jessamine county Kentucky Normal School has Eize. Call on or address. Mrs. Sim He will pay G cents a pound for From Webb Faulkner 8 head of 550 for $310. of Mr. one iinir of mules them. just closed a deal for the purchase pound Spoonnmore. of 8t-Owens, Moreland, Ky.. cattle at 4 2 and 5 cents Hubble n harness horse G. E. Lutes, the stock buyer, liv- of a school farm to bo used in for .V'nO. nf Every stock buyer in Lincoln and per pound; from William Palmer 10 John Buter, of Harrodsbtirg. a with the Department of Agmost of them in the surrounding ing this side of Tiirncrville, bought steers at 4 and 5 homes horse for $150. of Coulter counties reads the Interior Journal. a bunch of 23 heifers from John riculture. During the coming year, cents from Jasper Ilulett, 2 head 4 of & Wright of Shelby City a hnmess You can cover five counties com- Carter at750 2 cents a pound. They this department is to bo exclusively u came at and 4 pounds avera. cents l'ors for $140 and a harness horse to developed at Eastern in order to pletely by advertising your sale in went M. Owens from John Clark, 2 head of S. and son, of McKin-neof James Snllec of Bovle. meet the demand for trained teachit. steers at 4 and 4 2 cents. 20 yeardelivered n bunch For Kent. My farm of 120 acres ling cattle to Jud'.'e G. of Coulter, ers of Agriculture in the rural, gradW. The snlc of livestock held by Jas. ed and high fcchools. Prof. J. S. iu Hanging Fork. Mrs. of Boyle, fur mImi-I- i llie.v leccivoJ 5 Pullcn, Head of the Department of nt hi? farm, two miles out QUIT RENTING 78. Stage;, Stanford. 2 cents a pound. Agriculture will be in charge of the of Stanfotd on the Knob Lick pike. And buy you n small place. I have For Sale. 11 cattle and 2 vears F. F. Fitzpatrick. the Hedseville Inst week, was well attended and (il acres I will sell at a burguin nnd old, 7 steers and 4 heifers, 1 good mule buyer, purchased 1G head of farm. B. D. Holtzcltw has begun buying satisfactory mice-- , were Tealized. on easy terms. There is a small old farm horse, work anywhere, genfrom Price stock again, although he sustained Among the princioal sales made were mules house on the plnce and I will build tle for women to drive. Call on me Bros., of Garrard last week at $115 A. T. Nunnelley, if Stanford 10 any kind of improvements a heavy loss in the burning' of his at Highland, Ky. J. S. Young 75-desired. n head. These mules are ready to big stock barn at last week. He got small (.boats large$1.40 each; J. L. It is good tobacco land, corn or bushels extra feed. For Sale 175 Beazley two hogs, $18; ,1. H. from Emmctt Travlor. of the Giwheat. All is in blue grass except clean winter turf oats; also some Siim Castello, two miles out on the lbert' Creek section, a cow which Woods two mare mule colts nt sn seven and one half acres. Write fine seed wheat. J. M. Kevnolds, Danville pike,, sold a pair of yearling or cost him $27.50 and a heifer at 4 each; J. II. Batiglimau seveii-yeaphone 88 Wnynesburg, Ky. mnre mules to George Muney. a 2 cents, which weighed 850 om marc isu: J. u. liatiglunan mare 76-4W. F. Dlshon. Stanford For Sale. One pair of good work Wayne county buyer, for $300. Mr. pounds. Mr. Holtzclnw also got six mule $102.50; mare mule to snmn f.ir mules three "pars old, three good Castello turned over to J. II. Woods, heifers from George D. Boone nt 1 $200: hon,e mule colt to same for cows that will give milk all winter, three miles northwest of Stanford, 2 cents and four calves from the 407: Jersey cow to J. L. - Beazlcv $10 Fall and Winter Suitings. cow to J. B. Foster $30- six sows to three calves four bhoals that will a couple of suckling marc mule same party at $50. Mr art now weigh nbout 80 pounds, and one colts for 220. various parties at $20 to $10: two rflr Dtw Fall and Winter Eamplr comprli. for jour inipcctlon. They R. S. Scudder. the intelligent brat W. II. Pepples, northeast of Stanth I can ault Onima Chief Separator good as new. at $13(1 and the to prlcon who market. clothra made anon voting horseman, of McKinnev. this mares to Lee Mcs.-c- r a. had to orA. L. Thompson, Stanford. R. F. ford, who sold his cattle to Ike county, added another fine brood $102. respectively. J. II. Woods der. A suit mad to hll jour measure la pre77-3- p Shelby several months ago, deliver- and show mare to his herds last bought a ferable readr ilAaaft'l D. No. 3. field of coin at trial I t. lomaatn mad elothea. a To hare them man were week when he bought Diana Dare. from $2.3'i to $2.52 a barrel. .Air. rrtdjr rod when v'u asand fit mure it K. C. Nunnelley, near Turners-vill- e, ed them the first. There 4u.ftl.t7' li conild . about 40 in the herd, and Mr. Pop- b Chester Date from Tlitiruutn & Woods aUo bought a sow nnd pigs .u auu ,c, uiv .ate TOUr DCaB sold a pair of ure. horse mules to J. II. Woods for $300 ples trot 5 centM n pound for them. Peters, of Springfield, and also her for $27. J. I). Ends bought sewn n. O. KUPLET. Tkt rnrtirtX Tailor As they HPiit to about 3.200 nniiiuU filly colt by Bourbon's Best. Sho is ftfding n,xr, At 7 2 cents n pound. deJames Cash, at Turnersville. in weight, they proved a fortunate thp dam of Red Delight which Mr. livered to G. E. Lutes, an old cow Three prominent Franklin county American Realty Co. investment for Mr. Shelby at the Scudder and a young bull, at 2 4 nnd 4 present price Mr. fanners and ctock men came over to lecentlv bought. beef cattle. offering splendid Bargains in of cents n pound respectively. Scudder did not keep Dinna Dare attend Aie big J. H. Baughmaii .sale Are nnd Grain Farms. Our 'mil', tplliiiL' lur to Vfl ('. Massic. of livestock Wednesday and bought Stock Improved ALFALFA of Pari-- , wh.i has bought so many a number of other animals w Iiilo specialties, also Fruit and Poultry here. They weie Albeit O. Jeffers. Farms, of the Scudder hor.--e recently. 36 Col. I. M. Dunn, the popular tormcr sheriff of that county. S. Farms. We have the Farms thev who was here Wednesday to M. Noel and J. C. McDonald. Thev all Want, Location, Nenr Towns, cry the big J. II. Baugliiuan sale, purchased a trio of nice mules from Good Schools ,and Churches, fine brought along nnd showed to soir.r I ashler . M. Bright of the Lin- Climate; excellent Water. Send for friend a hand of North Carolina coln County National "Bank. "King Lists, Then See for Yourself. 304-- 0 tobacco which sold for $1 a jwiund liiin $250 for a nice pair of two-ve- Surety Bld'b. Muskogee. Okln. old marc mules, nnd $125 for a on the bleaks in that state last The weed is almost saffron week. horse hbrid. Thev yellow in color, the bleaching being .No got a mare mule from Frank done liv steam drying in the barn. "smith, one mile out on the Dnmille n pike, which cost them $150. and gave .Mr. Dunn says that there - no whv Kentucky tobacco growers S. (!. Brown, of the Hiibunk section, cannot obtain the saine valuable col- $'125 for an extra pair of marc or, if they ro at it right, and he be- mules. All of theso went in the car lieves that it will be but u short of stock which they bought at the CTy7lr x i -- ale. Mr. Noel bought a nice Shettime until they do so. ship-po- d land gchhiig from Sum Kmbrv. Jr.. It. C. Arnold, the local buyer UNDERTAKERS AND EM. a car load of stock to the Cin- that cost $2.50 nnd Mr. Jeffers BALMER8. ALSO DEAL. ER IN FURNITURE, cinnati mnrket on Saturday. In the bought a walk gelding from George MAT. hogs he had Shelby for $115. TINGS, RUGS. THEY WILL mad were 14 EXCHANGE FURNITURE bought from Phil Nunnelley at 7 FOR ALL KINDS OF STOCK. 2 cents a pound. From Tom Trny-lo- r PUBLIC SALE! GIVE THEM A CALL. PRICE he had obtained n couple of I will sell publicly at Crab Orchcows, weighing 1,000 pounds ench, at 3 2 cents; and u couple of ard on Saturday. Odtober 12, 1012, a nice horse and buggv, u good milk cow, and a lot of household and kitaccepted this offer and spent I could have chen furniture, all in good shape. Sale will begin at 10 o'clock in the But my remaining days in comfort morning, and terms will be made Now, It is teo late, too late!!" knowii on day of sale. Col J. P. 78-lChandler, Auct. This man did not save his money, thinking a chance to use J. F. Holdam, would never come. When a splendid opportunity came he had It no IHWiey und doomed himself to live in poverty for the rest of his life blaming himself tverv lemniniiii; moment fur his fully FINE FARM FOR SALE! nnd drnwn out misery. I offer for sale privatoly my farm of 175 acres in Biibuibs of Crab YSU will one day have such an opporOrchard, Lincoln county, Ky. It heed. Start saving now tunity. Take THERE IS REAL PAINT UNDERTAKER AND KMBAkMER contains a ten room brick dwelling, Today. Come in and talk it over in good repair, the usual outbuild- and also some stuff mixed with STANFORD KENTUCKY. ings aud is watered by tho never cheapening materials that is not Sfftce Phone 167. Heme Phene 3 filling springs and Flax creek. About worthy of the name. If yon have 45 acres in grass and balance in had experience with the latter kind C0NCRETIN6 cultivation. Much of the hind can you don't want another. II you Stanford, Ky. Capital $50,000. Surplus $500 be used for town lots. Anyone deWe are In poilllon n j0 (It kind of ran haven't take our advice and don't crttint, uth,i Mock Work. 1'aTtmantt, and siring to look aver the premises will experiment Buy our roal painta In (ct, w ran make anrtliln- - from a houi J. . EADS, W. L MCCARTY, Prst, cull on me. down to truce pott. Call and art our price RICE, V. Prst. J. PENNY, V. Prst. Terms made known on applica- and lave yourself disappointment Wfctr you Lujr jour matrrlal it Uaat. I. L and money aa well. 7CCp tion. M. I. IAUN, CMhtar. t. ALKRT PHILLIPS, PHILLIPS SMS, Stanford, Ky. Crab Orehard, Ky. A. ALLEN. J. W. SiMfsrs. Ky. MjL-- Farm for 6-room vSale! ld 1-- p. If You Are Looking A. Remedy No, Family Should Do Without No matter how healthr a human bain may be It la aara to My that not many month aro ae! without oma obatructlon of the tniwela. In other wonla, conatlpatlon, etcn If only temporary. Tho bloatlnir, tha dull feellnr may Mart tha venlna; meal. It a laxative) la after taken that nlxht It la not certain that aleen will not be aound, and you will awaken unrefreahed. Hence, It la Important for you and for all the member of jour family that a auud. reliable lnxatle be alwaya kept In the houae for Juat audi emerceney, It li aure to be needed, and when needed you want It at hand. No family that la careful of Ita health can do without euch a rarnady. Hut tha quaatlon of whleh remedy to have on hand la alio of vat Importance. Tha laxative moat hlnhiy recommended by the majority of Intelligent Americana aa belnr beat for bablea and trownupa la Or. Caldwell'a Syrup In. It la a liquid laiatlve-tonlmild, and never artpea, la effective on robuet people end can be siren with aafety to an infant. Children Ilk It because of the rentle qualities and because) it la pleeuaat to th: It la the beat remedy yon csn have in the house) for any dleorder of the etomach, liver and bowel. aad many People like R. II. Mornn. hri Tenn., and Mrs. II. C. Davidson, Wart- race, Tenn., say they would aa soon be without the neceialtlea as without re. Caldwell'a Hyrup Tepsln. 4 .k. , Invn.. .....u.. telafcln ... M.k. m remedy before buying- - lvnv In irit resular it tha ui inn dollar a lame bottle (family site) eaa ... have av aamiil hnflla Mnl .a .! res of chara-- by simply addreaalnr Dr. W. n. Caldwell. 40r Waahlns; ton BL. Montlcello, III. Tour nam and addraaa oa a postal card will do. e, -- 1- -2 800-poun- farm priced right (for immediate sale) frame dwelling Don't spring at door and acres acres grass, yds distant. new stock wire young timber; tobacco barn, 36x120 barn; grain, hay, tobacco and stock: Ideal good abundance of water; fruit trees; about neighborhood, on turnpike, station and good town churches, etc. graded district school Fall seedimr lege and possession January 19l3. ta, scven-venr-o- ld six-ve- ar ... m i.l ar e rpv Sui Binn.fi Mimonal School Admittedly one of the VERY BEST Sckoels In the Stats. FIVE SCHOOLS IN ONt.-H-ISH SCHOOL. NORMAL wCHOOL GRADED SCHOOL. SCHOOL OF MUSIC. COMMERCIAL SCHOOL J. C. LEWIS, Primiaal, Li-in.- Ky. car-loa- SCHOOL Headquarters for Tablets. Pencils and Ink 175-pou- $1,-00- n, I, L SA.W, Crab Mard, Ky. Cli-t- 1-- m p. con-uerli- SOU-pou- ALCORN overlook slopping your hogs on shipstuff. Best and most economical feed to start your feeders on. Price $26.00 per ton. 1-- cvu-poun- 1- -2 y, 800-pou- 1-- Jei 1-- ,''l'ri We have another shipment ot Alcorn, Price $2 per 100 lbs while the supply lasts. Do not two-year-o- ld 4. r- 7C-3- 1-- 2. 1-- F. J. H. Baugbman & Co. Phone 11 Stanford. Hentuchy. 1-- 40-nc- m A ei , & three-venr-o- ld v-- u. 1-- When you want first-clas- s 1-- FIELD SEEDS and at right prices, call on Too late! iiitu-tionc- cr T. D. NE WL AND, opposite Court House nr thice-yiar-o- ld J.L.Beazley &Co - i- rcu-no- iyft Etj J 200-pouii- il J had only saved my money 1-- 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. sell every known toilet preparation for woman, We 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 per fume, come here firstyou won't waste time. J. C. McClary n d. STATE BANK & TRUST CO., m. t. At PENNY'S, The Rexall Store. !.. i fl