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Tab Stanford Interior Journal.
YOLUMK XXXVIII NO. 72.
STANFORD, LINCOLN COUNTY, KENTUCKY, TUKSDAY, SEPTEMBER- 12 1911,.
EVERY TUESDAY AND FRIDAY,
OF TEMPERANCE WORKERS
First 9tt Toward FWit Atakist
Re-Onenfnfl af Saloon Taken
In antiaipntnlon of the filiiur of
petitions asking n loenl option clrr
tion in Lincoln county witliin tlia
next few months, tho pastors of the
iour churehes of the city nt their
Sunday morning services cnllcd n
Jniws meeting nt the courlhoiiso for
.Sunday night for the purioi of dis
mussing the tiituntioii. Thu temper
nine rally ivus well aiiltendcd hy
hoth tiieii ntiil women iiotwithstnud
inn thu iiicletnunt wen I her mill
much enthusiasm was manifested
by thosu who will lend tin- light
nnlinl the re-establishment of thu
saloon in the county,
Strong arguments, ending upon
1m Qinstinn people of the eity und
oounty to rally in thin light wore
nmilo hy the four pastors, iiml then
Je. J, .!. Dickey uctiug ns chair
tnau called upon u uumlier of promi
j rut citircus in thu uuilieuce for
their viuws of the situation. All plod
ed enthusiastic Mipport in thu light
and mini! seemed mi lined to accept
thu pica inudu on hoiiio parts thnt
n high licensed saloon Mould prove
n remedy for the present evils of
tilind tigers, bootleggers etc., J. II.
llaughmiiu, J. C. AlcClurj, Cliuencu
E. Title, P. M. McRoherts, J. C Klor
elite Hindu Hhort nud cnthusiastm
talks for teuiKniuce. Councilman .1.
A Allen declared that bung in u
minority on thu question l1'? City
Council, l.u was utlubfe to accomplish
much toward putting thu b'uid
liters out of business. Ho said that
if given his way he would not only
have I ho hlind tigers uxtcrmiuutid
hut would ret use lice-use to the ho ft
drink stands, two of which nxw op
Tle in the citv. His remarks were
vigorously apphiiided. S. M S.iuf
I" haul that if the temperance lend
ers would not quit work nlle- a lo
cnl option Mftory had heuu won
Jwt ee to it that official were eliet-
J who were pUiL'cd to enforce the
lnw wnd would enfor.ee tliein, the
jnr.sceit condition of Mind tigers all
.ner the lotintv would not exist nud
no one would he suggesting the sa
loons as u renieily.
It it said to he thu pi. in of tlii1
teiiiMT.lliie lender to ak eei can
labile who shall offer fHr olfne
ijoth in the uly and eounly jnsi
where he stands on this ticstinu.
1 hose who shall seek, election to Iho
eoinvil in November will ho asked to
state what they will do admit the
mutter and he placed on reuird he
lore the x'ople where they Hiatal on
Coulrnrv to expei tntion, tliu ie
litKMiH asking for a local option elee
lion were not tiled on the countx
court d.i Those securing the names
lure titilil Ml davs for filing before
n day designated lor the election,
hut Die election inuM he called on n
nvulnr county court dn.v. An in
justice was done Joe I'oriiimn in tl
List ixsiie of ihe paper when it was
Mated that he was circulating out
of Ihe petition for mi election. Mr,
J'ortimin etates llml lie is not doing
-so. so thnt this coiris-iioii is gladly
Hi ports me fiom ilioc win. seem
to know, llml the wets are Iiuiiiik
Some III do tloiiMu in seeuiiii niiiiiev
to t'lli.ineo then- cauip.in;u. A lliilii
lT of the Ltn-e lupior denluis who
line hertloloic lieeu ulntl to ontri
Inite towaid smh an eliclioii fund,
nie snid to hae lelusid lo "come
.ii ross" at this lime, on m count of
(he fact thai the aio el well Miti
licit wilh louditloiis .is dle exist in
Lincoln at picscut. Thei aie said
lo Im si Din-; more lupior in the conn
t now th.iu was eei sold under sa
loons nnd an I.. A. N rcpiesCnlctac
heie is imtcd as mimii thnt moie
whisky k heini: hhippeil into Stun,
ford relit now thiin was ever ship
pid in tor millions,
11 Ihe other hand, a imtnliT of
Hie iirominent teiiipernnce lenders
lireneut nt the incctiuu: Sundnv intslil
plul'd hoth their time and money
to fiyht for llieir cnii.c, so that they
uo into the cninpai'.'ii ciithiisiastie
nml confident of ietory.
A rousing teiiiHrauce inectiin; was
i.lso held at llustonville 'Sunday
niulit in which great eiithiiHiiisui wnii
nmnifostcd nud Ihe Went End was
pledged to enter viyoioiisly Into the
ll'iit against thu open hnloon.
WORK STARTS ON DEPOT.
Thu 1. & X., const! uetiou crew
coiisUlitu,' of 15 men cimn to town
Saturday last and work was immcd
iiilcly started on St.mfoictV now de
pot. Thu went wiii it tho ohl Jeptit
wit torn down hut thu icmaiuder of
fcbu ohl huildiii),' will ou lot t MiiuditiK
until thu new station is nciuly cnii
plete for the latter will hu placed ex
actly in the center nt die railroad's
lot so that the old depot will not in
terfere with cotistruj'tiot. woik.
Mi-o-un ends ntt stomach mitciy
inelniling indigebtion. or money back
The best prescription for stomach
trouble on earth. Q. L. Penny Kiiur
nntcc it. 50a
HERE COURT DAY.
McDermott and Morrow Reth Ad-
sYess Goed Crowds of Demo
crats and Republicans.
The political campaign in Lincoln
wus formally opened in Htnnford
Alomlnv afternoon when Hon, Kd
ward J. .McDermott, democratic, nomi
nee for lieutenant Koicrnor, spoke
nt the courthouse, on behalf of tho
democratic ticket, vliih) lit the Mime
tune, Hon. Edwin l'.viorrow, nc
jihew of Senator Jlrndlcy was Hpenk
int; jn the opera houso on hchnlf of
the repuhlienn ticket. Ilotli upenkera
had Kood crowds nndweie listened
lo with close attention Mr. Mot row
vas introduced hy Count Chair
man It. L. l)aixon, who madu u itf
orous plea for repiihlicau 4iniinouy,
nt thu mime timo pay in Ins respects
in no uncertain terms to tho "hlj
whites" ivlu h.nl holtel ll.u icpihli
(an convention here. .Mr. .Motroiv
is u erv plausih'e pc.il.cr nud las
u rcpiitiitiou n h a "rahhle rouser'
and kept his nudienco n large per
cent ot whidi was c ilorcil, leding
good at all stag'").
No moie icpiYfCUt.itivo aii'liinre
ever catherl to hear any politici'
tlienker in tliii ojunly ihau -.i.is ns
fciublcd in tho court house to hear
.Mr. .McDermott. .Men camu limn
l$o.le, (larrarn nu.l lloekcnslle to
hear him nnd whcji lie l"'iiu uliniidt
every scat in thu ourtroom nns tnki.ii
ll'. Was introduced by Hon W II.
Shanks, democratic nominee for ic-Hl-c5tntntii!
in this county, nbo dc
elared that never n iiis life I in 1 be
oted the demociutic ticket w,ih
more sincere pleuHiire than !ic did
this time, ami never before had it
presented u higher ebis of enn 'i
itales to the xople.
Mr. McDermltt h a hjliolarly
speaker and discussed the is,ius of
the campaign not in heat or paion
but with ilam argument and old
logic winch appeils to thinking nun
lie showed how -ornpleiuly .ImUo 0'
Lear's hnnds would ho tied were hu
elected, for the Icrit-latuu is cil.nn
lo bo democrato- m .icconnl of the
cVmoerntiu holl-oc." senators He
pointed out that the democratic legis
l.i to re will certatiil' not leel hound
to nor willing lo suppjtt a iip.ibli-
mi governor m an villi out bin
pint form pleduo, A(i dill the only
hope lor thosv who dcsiro piole.--suc
bgislatloii in ICeiituV", and i'c
siru to lutvu good ncoiiiplislit 1 for
the i oimnouwealtli is to vote the
dcinoerutix ticket, lie coinnn mgly
nrgiud lliit on nil inipnita.it I'oa-
ture.s, the demoi nine platform is
imirli .stronger iud more cmpli.itic
Ihau the reiuibheaii; lu!e the peo
ple of the whole slat" and country
have complete coiu'ide.m o in Me
( rean and will follow him to vic
tory .Mr. M.Dennolt left on die .'.10
train for lMiisVille. At the conclus
ion of his speech In; was iiitiodiii-cii
lo hundreds of democrats and was
made glad to hem' of i!iu splendid
piospeets for deinoc'.u V m this p.u.
ot the state. lie declines that -Mc-Crearv
and whol. ticket is sure to
win, tor he has III onlMi'iue of
his people and tlicv aru tiled nud
disgusted with tho misi-iauajement
and extravagance of th" plc.seiit le
piihlicaii admiiiiBti.ition in thu si. He's
1'Ians nre beinvc uiada for n big
democratic rall cou.ity cai't (Icy
in Ot tober, when lion. John S. Klu.i
or Mime other ,iioumteut domoLiat
will he irescnt.
Sheiti Weddlc, of I'ulaski count v
was heie Tuesday summoning juiors
In go to Somerset to try the Helton
ease, the terrible murder case nt
Hiiriisule of a few months ago.
'ihere was some tall dodging in town
when the officer's purpose was learn
.Misses Lucile and Clara Cooper
left for New York this week to tak?
up their vvo'rk again in the school
for thu Dent.
Miss Essie Hurch, bus gone jo
Levvisburg. V. u., wheiu slid will
have a nice position in thu college
this winter. Miss Mary Jlurcli lain
leturned to Stiuititon, Vn.
Miss Josephine Warren left this
week for Talladaga, Ala., wheru she
will teach in the school tor the deaf
Miss Ina Martin ,of Sharpsburg;,
is the guest of Miss Jennie I'epples.
Lost. Knppn Sigmn fruteruitj
pin, star ju a crescent, set in peailn
and emeralds, reward for rem lit to
Ibis oflice. 7'J-li
The Jumbo Camp Meeting vvill be
continued over next Sunday. Large
crowds have been in attendance,
luite it number going over from Stnn
ford Sunday. Hevs. Woldridge aud
Mcflowan nro preaehin" nt their best
and ureal conviction is falling on
the people. Come pi living that Ood
will give us the greatest meeting thnt
old Jumbo Cuum has ever had.
(let your reserved seat tickets nt
Suugars and Tanner's Drug Store,
tor J. A. Cohuru's tuiustrol.
SANATORIUM AT CRAB
ORCHARD CHANGES HANDS.
We arc Informed that on Septem
ber 4th tho Crab Orchard Sanatori
um changed hand, the ijew firm be
ing now composed of J. I & W E.
hpitlcr. Tho former owner, J. L.
bpitlcr will he exclusive malinger utid
patrons in tho 'future are assured
of courteous treatment ni was com
mon before the forming of the Into
company In February
Tho management wishc3 to inform
the pnblit! that they hare rotniucd
their former resident, Dr. II. R Spit
ler to look after those who nre in
need of drugless treatment. The
management hns also retained V. J.
ldiniston ns I'lijucmn-in-Cliief thus
assuring to patients the uo-opera-lion
of those two, caeli skilled in his
own line of work, will work for Ins
best interest nnd that the high Mini
on rd of work will remain where they
have been nhle to maintain it in the
past. The treatment as in the past
will bo strictly of a drui;lc33 cliarno
ter. including Spinal Adjustment for
which this institution has he ome
The miinngcincut nlso wishes to
inlorm the public thnt owing to i:
confusion of names the new manage
ment has been fit to re-ehnsteii thu
Sanatorium, and in the future it will
he known us the Syitler Sanatorium,
Nu-Life Hill, nenf Crab Orchard,
Ky., Keniemher thu new namu in ad
dressing vour correspondence alo
bear in imiid that, "a rose by any
other name wcNhl still be u rose.''
Dr. T. II. Singleton nnd wile leit
Inst Friday for nu extended trip
south. 'J hey will visit several places
of interest while awav mciodm.'
and Dickson, Tenn. Returning they
will coiuu hack lij tli. way ot How
ling fl recti wheiu they will visit Dr.
SinglctonV brother Dr. I., fl. m.
gleloii, a rising dentist, of that place
lliey will lie gone aliout 10 davs.
A wedding of ipute a httlu ie.
maneo was solemnized nt 1 1.- Mi.ih!.
tlist parsonage by lev. J. J Dickey
at Stanfoid on last Thursday atter-
I.OOII, tllC ContlllCtlll"' imrll,.. Ii.nri..
.Miss Toney Fletcher, ol Sciencu Hill
nml .Mr. W. Hicks ot Faluiouth, K
Miss Fletcher is a inu.ii. t...i..l,i.r nu.l
has been fiwbmg a class lor several
weks licre, while Mr. Hicks is also
n music instructor nu.l In.,. K......
tlllchlm; Olir baud hovi for u.u,rl
ela.vs. Miss Fletcher is u very impa-
mr joimg lailj and hns a host of
friends here and in her home town.
Mr. Hicks comes to ik lii.iiU- ..........
mended as n man ot sterling ipinli
ties and is to u congrntulnttd on
winning stub a joung lady as Miss
Fletcher for a help nnte through
lite. Their many friends extend to
tl.cm congratulations and all good
wishes for a Ion.: and happy life.
Mr. and Mrs. Hicks will remain in
town for a few days and then tlicv
will leave lor Mr. Hicks home in
What is the matter with the Chris
tian people, f the town nud com
tnunity that they do not attend tho
Wednesday night I'mver meeting at
the Haptist church? The ciowds
are small and very little interest is
beinj; nluiwii in these meetings. Theie
are enough Christiiiikpeople in this
town to till the house every Wednes
day night and whj they urc not
there we can't see, unless it is
through indifference. Why not all
the good p-ople of the town go to
these nicitings ami make them inter
esting nail hclplul to die tnwuf
Who! ever von do. don't mUs die
big Hand Concert nud Box Supper on
the lawn of II. II. Metcnlf. on next
Salurdav night September lfith. Mr.
Ilmks. the baud instructor, hits a
verv iuteicsling program nrrenged
for the occasion nnd n good timo
for ei civ one who comes. This Con
cert will be given hv the band bovs
and every one should make an ef
lort to come and help the boy to
make Ibis a siicei'ss.
Mr. J. S. Murphy attended Iho
Mo'iticello fair last week mid '.ajs
the fair was good nnd lots ot good
stock weie shown.
The Literary Society met last Fri
day nighr'aud elected new officers
for Ihe tent'. Tho-o eleeted wiro
Mr. Metcnlf. I'lesident; Prof. John
sou ns vice president: nnd J. S. Mur
phy ns Secretary. The society has
st.trti'd.out with n good attendance
anl we bone Ihe neonle will nil tnlx
n part in it nnd make it a success.
uur nnnii oovs went over una tur
nisli the music for I hem. The so
ciety will meet on next IVidav iiiidit
nt the school house.
After having tried for some lime
we have succeeded in securing the
agency for the M. &. N.. Laun.lrv
ot exinglon, Ivv one of the finest
in the Stute. All patronage will ho
incepted. Wilkinson and Carter.
Hy an oversight tho announcement
for the Hitch CJuli recital wns omit
ted in Friday's paper consequently
the entcitninment has been postpon
ed until this evuning, ,
EXTRA DAY REQUIRED
FOR RAUGHMAN'S SALE.
Almost 300 Head of Cattle, Horses
and Mules. Sold f-or Near
The bijrgcst snlcs held in this pnrt
of Kentucky in many yenrs were
conducted Inst week by the J. II.
limighman Livo Stock Company, of
lliii city. The sales were scheduled
to cover two days, Wednesday. nnd
Humility, but so great was the
crowd of buyers nnd so many wcro
tho offerings that it third day wits
iiuceeHory to dispose of nil thu stock
put up, and thu mile was not con
cluded until lute tndav. Altogether
nlmost 3,00 head of cuttlo nnd mules
'were sold under tint linnmw.r liv
Am tionecrs T. D. English and I. M.
mum, oc ianviiie, and a total ol al
most i 100,000 was realized from the
Ihreu dnjs' snles. I!iieis were here
from all over Kentucky, Tennessee,
ami fnr down in Georgia and the
hiildmg was brisk nt all times. Tho
tnins of the past two weeks have
worked wonders for for the grass
in this part of Kentucky and every
farmer seemed anxious to secure
stock to iced during the winter. Thu
last dajs' sales were as follows;
Second Day's Sales.
Surrcl mnrorLil Miur Illooinfield
Four-.vear-old mare, Tol Timber
Fiic-,1 car-old maru Hal .Muir $203
Six-ycnr-old mare Tol Tnnbei
Pair four-iear-tild marcs Tol Tim
Five-year-old maru Jones Ilaugh
man $13 j.
Five-year-old maru Mitchell Tay
Six-year-old mare S. J. Hell, $95.
Five jcar old mare. Hal .Mini llfl)
Five-j ear-old mare S. J. Hell ;fl7o
Henry Ncwl.nul to H. W. Oninet,
3- ear-old horse ill.".
Henry Ncwlnnd to Q. S. Hrown, 4
jearold mare mule $117.50
Henry New land to H. W. Gainis,
iiine-ycar-old mure mule $175,
lleniy Nuwland to Mitchell Taj
lor 11-vrar-nhl nnru mule f07.30.
Charles Lutes lo W. P. Kincuid
five jenr old hay gehlitig $125.
Charles Lutes to Jus Woods foui-.vear-old
bay gelding $133.
W. A. Harney lo Dr. J. P.. Heck,
of Wilinoie, 7-vcar-old inure fill).
W A. Hlltnev to S.im llnrik fmiv
jenr old giey gelding $103.
W. A. Harney, to James Woods,
four year old grey gelding $137.50.
M. II. Hcnzley to W. P. Kincaid
tin ce-i ear-old black gelding $175.
Mrs. Ira Tajlor, to J. N. Mene
fee Ihree-.v ear-old pony $132.50.
Mrs. Ira Taylor to J. N. McnelVi
I citrine mare colt $17.50.
S. T. Powell to J. S. Haiighman 4
jear old horse $107.50.
Hughes & Martin to J. II. Ilaugli
man six-.vear-old blnek gelding J. II
Hen Fiidcrw nod to J. II. Ilaitgri
imiii 8-.vcar old bay gelding $197.50
M. S. Uaugbmau. Jr.. to J. JC.
Ruughuinn, Shetland stnlliou Jesse
J. II. Haiighman to L. W. Norton
two..venr-old stnlliou pony $90.
J. K. Haiighman to II. G. Govcr
fivc-jenr old $140.
Henry Haiighman to II. G. Gover
horse mule colt $0.7.
J. K. HauL-hiiian to T. D. Chestnut
foiu-j ear-old lior.se $105.
J. K. Haiighman to Charles Hohon
four-.vear-old mare $170.
Wilson Alexander to J. II. flog
gins five-.v ear-old grey maru ?125.
M. II. Heuzley to W. H. Hurton 4-jenr-old
soirel gelding $220.
M. II. Hcazley to J. K. Haugh
mun brown pony $80.
W. P. Kincaid to A. T. Nuunelley
three-year-old pony $97.50.
I). S. Carpenter to G. I J. Hruner
three-venr-old gelding $135.
Ipimc Shelby to John Cress the
stallion Hed Leaf $90.
D. S. Carpenter to Mitehdl Tnjlur
grey jack Pe.vton, $400.
J. K. Haughman to G. H. Hruner
three-.x car-old jennet $52.50.
J. K Hatighmiin to Jnmes Messcr
and colt Jf05.
M. S. Haughman to J. II. Uaugli
man thrj;e-.venr-old bay gelding
M. S. Haughninit ta S. II. Haugh
mnn Shetland colt $02.50.
Dick Scmlder lo J. 11. Woods, fim
cnr-old pony $115.
M. h. Iintuhinmi to Tilford Alev
iinder pony colt $40.
M, S. Hiiiighimin to James Woods
pair two v ear-old mules $282.50.
M. S. Haiighmau to S. G. Hrovru
Ihice-vear-ohl mule $92 50
M. S." Haiighman to J. K. Haiiirh
ninii mail' main coming tluee-jcar-old
M. S. Iiaughtanti to J. K. ll.uigh
man mare mule, cAniiug three, $105.
S. T. Hrnvvn to David Morirnn h.tv
Dr. J. C. Parker to John Miflumis
soinl pony $72.50.
M. S HiiiiL'liiimn In Chnrles ICein
sorrel hoi so $122.50.
Dr. Hugh Itcid to Jumes Woods
foui'Venr-old mare $130.
George W, Martin to J. H. Dangli-
man scvcn-ycnr-otd gelding $152.50
Uriah Dunn to 0. H. Hruner year
ling filly $130.
C .P. IJrown to K. Tromr five-ycnr-old
Kehlinjr $212. 50.
V. S. Carpenter to Charles Kern
fi-ycnr-obl mnro $155.
J. L. Hcnzley to Jam.cs Woods !
year-old Relding $160.
George ('. Givens to W. T. Tucker
four-jcnr-old gelding $135.
It. C. Niinnellcy to II. G. Govcr 4-ycur-old
J. Ncvin Curler to Mitchell Tay
lor four-year-old gray mnro $200.
M. S. Haughman bought gray jen
G. II, llrtiiier bought black jcnnclt
S .M. Owens to Chnrles Kern four
year-old old hay gelding $100.
Dr. G. 0. Peiry to Hnl Muir maro
millet colt $125.
Dr. (I. 0. Perry to Hnl Muir black
Mrs. Hush to Trnjlor West bay
J. II. Haughman bought coming 3
i ear-old bay mare $175.
Consiqnmrnt of Forestus Reid.
H. D llolt.clnw sorrel gelding by
Mimic Wilkes $180.
J. T. Lester, sorrel mare hy Mim
ic Wilkes $172.50.
G. II. Hruner liny iilly by Dorsey
T. D. Chestnut bay maro by Mimic
Wm. Tremere, sorrel gelding, four
ycitr.old, by Dorsey (Jolddust $170.
Wm. Themerc liny gehlinp, $115.
'. II. Cluiiiich bny gelding by Ger-
nldiu Simmons $122.50.
J. T. Lester, blnck marc by 011
F. II. Denlimr). marc nnd colt $10.
Clel Clnimch bay marc $30.
15. D. Iloltzclavv colt out of same
H. D. lloltrclavv bay muru thor
James Woods, sorrel marc and
Clel Claunch five venr old mate
Mitchell Tajlor threc-jenr-ohi
marc mule $112.50,
G. Spooiiamore lo J. H. Bnuglimnn
7-j car-old may mare $150.
G. Spoonnmorc to J. II. Haughman
five-year old marc mule $105.
G. Spoonnmorc to Wiifc Tremere 3
jear old marc mule 132.50.
J. W. Haughman to H. D. Holtz
cl.tvv 7-vear-old pony $95.
A. 'f. Niinnellcy to Wm. Tremere,
the Feirell mare $152.50.
Mrs. Julia Sims to J. II. Haugh
man two-.x ear-aid stallion hy Don
Mrs. Julia Sims to J. II. Haugh
.nan two-venr-old stallion by Don-
Chnrles Lutes to Win. Tremere 7-
j ear-old sorrel horse $173.
J. II. Haughman Livo Stock Co.,
to Henry Kitts j curling filly $75.
J. II. Haughman Co., to J. II.
Hiui'hmnii pair five venr old black
J. II. Haughman Co., to J. II.
Haughman five jenr old gelding $100
J. II. U.uiglumfii Co., to J. II.
Hui-shmnii two-year-old 1-2 normau
J. H. Bauqhman Live Stock Co's..
Sum Harris bay gelding $135.
Jamck Harris grey colt $130
James Harris grey colt $145.
James McCormack grey colt $105;
fcume brown colt 87.50.
George Spoonnmorc black horse
colt $82.50, and one at $87.50.
S .II. Haughman hay colt $87.50.
Last Day's Sale
F. Keid to W .P. Grimes, thrce
j en -old filly by Tho Warfield $200.
J. II. Haughmnu bay mure $70.
F. Ileid to Henry Haughman four
j ear-old mare by Dorsey flolddust
W. P. Grimes live-yeur-oki maru
J. II. Haughman il Co., five-j ear
old bay main $225.
W. P. Kincaid s,oirel irnre $127.50
J. H. Haughman sorrel marc $177,
30. 11. D. Iloltzclaw, iiine-x cur-old
J. II. Haughmnu five- car-old
H. D. Iloltzclaw six-jeiir-old nittio
I W. Norton from Furris & Co.,
pair mares $250.
J. II. Haughniuu fivc-j ear-old
mare .$125. '
Same live-ycar-ohl maro $175.
llav flail fiic-jenr-old gelding
Charles Lutes from C. P. Drawn
iive".vear-old gelding bv King Kuglo
A. T. Nunnellev Si Di, Jr., black
i. If. Haughmnu fuu-venr-old
Sitmu MX-yeur-old horsu $27,50.
IJ. D. Holtxclavv grey uimo $120
Same grey mute $100.
J. II. Haughmnu tram S. II. Haugh
Awm gruy horse $90.
Same from suincgruy mnru $110.
Sainii grev mare and colt $185.
S. W. Game's thiec-venr-nhl mule
from N. W. Pipes, $100.
Jitines McCorumek black fillv colt
ami light star filly $7.and $15 res-
W. A. Trilhle bay colt $37.50
J. II. Hnugbmnn six-ycnr-old mare
Jamca McCormack two colts at $50
B. D. Holtrclaw threo colts at $35,
$37.50 und 35
Jumcs McCorrasck colt $80.
B. I). Holtzclnw six-ycnr-old maro
J. II. OoiTgin sorrel mare $72.50.
B. I). Iloltzclaw five-year-old mnro
J. U. Rogers bny nuiro $75.
B. D. Holtzclnw bay maro $97.50
Jnmes McConnnck bay more $80.
B. D. Holtzclnw grey mnro $95,
J. F. Holtzclnw maro nud colt
B. D. Holtzclnw sorrel maro $75.
J. II. Goggin six-yenr-old mnro $75
B. D. Holtzclnw bny mnro $70.
Adam Pence pair black marcs
Felix- White grey mnro $32.50.
Dnvo Kmbry jellow maru $37.60.
W. H. Smith sorrel mare $25.
L. M. Johnson grey mure $10.
J. II Haughmnu white maro $00.
A. T. Nunnelley hay mare $57.50.
W. I'. Kincaid ronn maro $57.50.
Garner Pricu bay mare $47.50.
Will Adams brown marc $00.
J. B. Hogers brown mare $52.50.
B. D. Iloltzclaw grey mnie $72.50
J. H. Hogers grey mare $30.
W. P. Kincaid buy mate .$10.
B. 1). Holtzclnw grey mnru $30.
J. II Baughmnn grey mare $75.
Miller McCormuck hav mare
J. H. Honors Imv mnm f57 f,(
J. II. Bniibmaii white gelding $17.50
. I'. Mncanl liny mnru $4.).
W. P. Kincaid roan mnru $53.
AV. I'. Kiucuid roan mine's nolt
Kmbry Bros., spotted maru $G2.50
Carroll Shanks, three-vcur-nlil
S J. Kmbry. Jr.. brown inure
J. L. Holtzclnw bay mure $02.50.
(lamer Prige bli'y marc $47.50.
Jnmes McCormnck hav mare
B. 1). HolUeluvv giey marc $105.
,1. U. Bmiglunuii buy horse $123.
James AtcCormack mare $200.
J. II. Batiglimau bay mnro $125.
Reserved seals nn snle UViInos-
(lay morning for Cohuru's minstiel
ai onugaro nnu innners.
Miss Stella Hnplcy has returned
to Olntlu: KnusaS, wheic she wi'l
teach in the school for the deaf
nguin this term.
Contractor J. A. Allen, is putting
up n mighty pretty bungalow for Mr.
fdid Mrs. James II. Woods on the
.unction City pike.
L. Wenren Hughes, of Memphis,
spent several davs with tho home
folks. Alfred Carpenter, of Hustonvilt,
went to Indianapolis Snturday to uc
company his futher, J. S. Carpenter.
I ome, who underwent nu operation
W. P. Kincnid sold u nice livery
horse lo Herndon & Wnlker, of Lan
caster Monday for $140
FARM FOR 3ALE1
We xx ill tell prlTateiy a farm ot
about 130 acres In Lmcon county,
Ky., one-halt mile from Crab Orch
ard, olcely located, mostly bottom
land, very productive. Every acre
tillable, an abundance or stock water
and especially adapted to corn and
trass. Good tenant house ot three
roomg on farm. Terms reasonable
Apply at once to.
It. n. llronaugb, Agent. 4Mf
Bach Club Recital,
GRADED SCHOOL AUDITORIUM
Tuesday Evening Sept. 12, 1911,
Club Motto. Progress is a duty of life.
Plana March from Fifth Symphon y Ra(f
Male Quartette The Story of a Tack , . .Parks
Piano Caprice Wachs
Readlna When He Met His Waterloo
Piano Overture Norma Rossellm
Bass Solo Selected
Reading Crossinq the Bar Tennyson
Piano Rhapsodie j Lisn
Whlstllno Solo Spriim Senq Mendelssohn
Male Quartette Woman , , Parks
Readlna Death of Sidney Cortan, From a. Tale of Two Cities Dickens
Piano Militalre Galop ,,... Bohm
Reader Miss Bertha Jackson,
Whistler Miss Berta Jean Penny.
Bass Soloist Prof. J. W. Ireland.
Hiqh School Male Quartette.
Pianists Bach Club.
BACH CLUB ROLL CALL.
t'.ifia Biiugluunn, President, Thomas. Coleman Vice President, Josephine
Cnipenter, Secretary. ,
Pearl Fields, LIssu lloluduvr Mary Klirnbeth MeKinney, Kale
Newlnnd, Harry Rclnhnrt, Mary Monimn Mntheny, AJinie Davis Mc
1,'oberts, Mary Moore Raney, Minnie Singleton.
MISS ELLEN BALLOU
CHAMP CLARK TO
SPEAK HERE OCTOIEIt 23.
Dates For Lyceum Clufc's Five En
tertainments in Stanford are
Tho Itcdpath Bureau has notified
the Stanford Lyceum Club of the
dates of the five splendid attrac
tions of thei coursu which will bo
presented hero at the opera houso
this winter. The dutes nssigncd are
Chump Clark, October 23.
Mendelssohn Qunrtct, Nov. 10.
llcno, the Magician, Nov. 24
.Musical Four, Jan 0.
Orchestral Kntcrtainers, Feb. 29.
These nre four us high clnas
entertuiiunens ns enn be found upon,
ojiy ljceum courso and will undoubt
edly meet with tho appreciation they
serve from the people of Stanford.
Each number i'l of tho Highest class
nml the program is so diversified
that a plensintr variety of entertnin-
ments is secured.
Champ Clark, Speaker of the
House oflienicsentntivcs and of the
democrats prominently mentioned at
n presidential cnndnluto will bo tho
first number, and his lecture nlonc
will ho worth the price of the sea
son tickets. The whole lyceum
course is endorsed hy tho ministers
of Stanford, und everyone who ap
preciates a high class list of attrac
tions of the character secured.
Tho season tickets hnvo been ar
ranged so thnt thoso who buy them
may engage, und reserve in advance
their seats for the whole course,
selecting the scats desired at tho
time ot puithnsc nnd having them
marked for the whole course. The
prices fixed nre considered very rea
sonable, being; $2.50 for seats with
in the lirst eight rows of the house,
nml $2 for scats bnck of these,
'this makes nn nverngo of 50 and
SO cents per attraction for the se
ries, a ery low price, taking into
consideration the quality nf tho at
tractions Members of the Lyceum
Club will be glnd lo list those who de
sire season tickets. Those who come
first Mill be able to secure tho choic
est reservation of scats for tho
course, as the seats will ho assigned
In Ihe order that the tickets nro
sold. It will bo a case of first como
first served. Tickets may be secur
ed from Welch Rochestci, Hax's Fos
ter, Prof. J. W. Ireland or S. M.
Mrs. Thomas Wilder who was bad
lv hurt in a runaway last week is
getting some better.
J. W. Stignll nnd B T. Goggins,
of Somerset were visiting John Gog-
gin and nttending the Bnughrpnn
Lindsay Smith lias returned from
Somerspl when ln line liMn in vicit-
friends nnd attend the fair.
Jonathan nud Lindsay Rankin at
tended the fair nt Somerset.
Nannie Sloan has returned from
Somerset where she had been to visit
i datives ond be at the fair.
Jessie aud Stella McKechnie visit
ed Miss Annie Fishback nt Mt. Ver
non last week.
Miss Ina Martin, of Sbarpsburg,
is visiting Miss Mary Rankin
Mrs. Wm. Smith of Perryiille, U
visiting her sister Mrs. J. II. Weaver
Mrs. L. C. Weaver und son Jesse
have returned from Wayne county,
where they have been visiting sev-
Mr. Walter Fitzpatrick, of Somer
set was visiting his brother F. F.
Yellow and White.
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