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THE INTERIOR JOURNAL, STANFORD. KENTUCKY. TUESDAY. OCTOBER 24. 1911.
Paying today for
- Eqn 16 17c
Hens i 7"o
Roosters 44 l-2c
Ducks . .......C
Turkeys 10 -lie
Hides 8-8 l-2c
New feathers 30 wc
H. B. Northcott.
T. K. Tudor. Mgr.
HENRY L. CAtEY. D. V. t.
Former Director Animal Industry
Philippine letandm. ExVeter
tnarlan United Stutes Army
Oltlce LOQAN'S STABLE, Phone U2,
Agent American Mog uuolora Btrure.
The new depositor In this
bank mav lie assured of rc
ccivinq direct personal at
tention and service for this
has hecn our policy for 40
years. A hankers' advice
and acquaintance is usual
ly valuable. His actual help
Deposits of whatever
amount qladly received.
comer next In Court IIimio
THE MERMAN WEISTER?
It If a JIIW OREA-
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eld or lb world's mouint,
action and culture. TAe only
Btw unabridged dictionary la
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- Word, mora thaa over
Before appeared between two
aorere. 7oa Pgf. tooo II
kuk It la Hi mulr dletloaair
' ' with the new divided
age. A "Stroke of Oerdua."
BteiBIg It la an encyclopedia In
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t la aooeeted br tha
i. Oourti, Schools and
areas aa me one tapreme
ha who koowi H7n
Baccrtf. Let ua tall
TWO GREAT CATCHES
VERACIOUS ACCOUNT OF
GREAT GAMES IN SOUTHWEST
you about tola new work.
WITTS iw ,! at mm t1M mtm.
QCIamiAII CO-MI I i.VWfuM.aWl
PLENTY OF LUMBER ON HAND
fur it'l iiirioii. So il mi mint In
liiiild it IniM-c, a Iiiii ii, n i lin ki'i:
roiiji, .1 th'i lintl-i' or II feller, entile
lit'tr for tlio nmtciinU. Wi' linte
till purl mill nirrs in lxilh ronult
t't'il tini-lu'cl IiiimIht inn) il u cini
not ! it ou in Kind, iiiiinlil. iiml
ity mill price, nnlioih ran.
J. A. ALLEN. Stanford. Ky.
OUR DUTY to our departed ones is plain. We
should erect an appropriate MEMORIAL over
their final resting place.
A monument is not expensive unless you care
to have it so.
Our work is unsurpassed and considering qual
ity, is very cheap. We have a large stock to se
Wm, Adams & Son,
142 N. Broadway,
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FIRST NATIONAL BANK,
And Seeking Your BankiAccount.
Open an Account With us
emerece Rat sensible far Turn In TM
af Battle Oayme Oete an Aaelot
Happy Hegan Iwni rHehae to
Wfn Barne. u
By MUstM . PULLBRTON. N
Trutkrat Jaaea BeetL hotter k&ewa
u Deatk Valley Mm. tin Ull w
Unky pfteator of Ua Ckicac WUto
8ai, Senna to ao Oto.roUewiaf
authoatte mmu of BWfcaea Uto aeet
remaikaMe catok yet racortML No
aflaartu acoeaMr Ut atrr? Jhw'i
word la auMciaaL O tka toUawtaf
mail caaaa aee4 auaJtr truthful
narratlr from Jeaaa OraMart, catch
er. If ha haaa't tied Jim It lua't kit
Theac yarms cost' right from tha
eat of action, for ther ra pUrlag
ball all winter dowa la the deaert
learue In Art ion a and aouthern Cali
fornia. Stop the preia Another one Just
came In. It begin to look aa It tbo
athlrtei down In Ihn denert are full
of alka or some other brand of lie.
JIM SCOTT'S YARN
Tbli happenrd, which makfa It un
I like a lot of other buehall storlei I
have read I can cet affldavltti for It
If nectfcuary, but think you oucbt to
takr my word for IL It happened only
I tho nrt week after New Year'a, In a
came that I u pitching at lllsbf-e.
The day i hot The pleasant little
I rattleinakei were aportlnc coyly
nround In loft field, a few centlpedea
1 and acorplons wore puriulnc a taran
tula past the pitcher's alab, and the
ihort Btop wti pattlnc a Cilia monster
J on the head All Arizona nature
aemed In a Joyous mood, for we
ere wlnnlnc the Rme The arore
was 4 to S In our fator In the aerenth
Inning, and only on on bases, when I
stopped a bounder It was an easy
little bounder and should have retired
the side without a run and prevented
the awful catastrophe that came ait
erward Uut I Just stoppedVho ball
with one hand, and when I started to
pick It up. It waa gono. It had
rolled down a prairie dug hole. I
1 stuck my arm down as far as It
would go. but the owl that lltad with
the prairie dog evidently thought an
other affinity waa trying to break
Into tha happy home and bit my Ou
ter, and before we could get that ball
out two runs bad scored and they
weie leading us 3 to i That looked
like hard luck, but the worst was to
come. In the ninth Inning we had
two men on banes and no one out
when I hit the ball far out to center
Tbe center fielder was wearing on
of the big sombrero that they have
down hert madn of felt and weighing
about set en pounds. He kturted after
that ball He didn't lae a chance to
catch It on the fly, but was trying to
field It back before two runs counted
and gave un thn game He uprlnted
along straight out to center with hln
back to th field Tbe ball was go
ing over his head, hut Invtexd of
clearing It hit the summit of that
Hombreru and fell onto tbe rim All
the runners were tearing for home
when the acclilnnt happcm-d The
ball fell onto tbe rim at tut back and
tho fieldir had to chase It three times
around tbe rim with his hand before
ho finally coralled It und totted It
back to the Inneld, making an easy
triple play and beating us out of the
j oiiKNuonrrs truthful tale
Unllko the htory that Scott sent
you, this one Is accurate and truth
ful. I do not dispute the gentleman's
veracity, that being an unwise thing
to do In this climate, but It strike
litafl upon waarlng them. A large 1
v-iuttu vi pi nuns ui oom siaes waa
gathered around the field, In buck
boards, carriages, automobiles and on
their cow pontsi, and a delegation of
cowboya atood holding their ponies,
making a sort of living fenco around
"lie ball ground. Aa I said, wo were
a run to tk good In tho ninth ln
nlng, but tha Minors were last at bat,
and with oaa man out and a man on
aacond baa tha balUr kit tha ball
far out to Uft Hold. Tho loft loMor
aaw that ho couldn't catek Uha.kfJL
aad running la aand with thoao high
bmU toot mad hlaa ao alow Chat
It aMn't 000a foaalblo ko ? enli
roack tho kail aatf tktww it toxft m
Mao to kotat of tko,ruur
v ra ue aaj
Ikoaa frooa koaaV
tUM ft CflBl
raav iwba mto'ft
eo.jr a rrtaM ot kit m koUaaa
uie nao aaa arcana to To Uhft pa
o koTMhaaft. Juo kow ko oakft
kTfHM4ji out I do,t kwr, Wjair
aa tko cayalo nsTeko u wftk tko
kail It goto aearoa at aooUc Uto kaU
roll, aad atartoa to kok. J atoror'
aaw ouek ylteklag aad bscioaf, aad1
right la tko middle of tho pctfona
aaco I aeas tko ball coming at bo
rrom left Bold like a lash of light.
Tko Int ruaW still Is IS foot from
the plate Tho ball came Into my mlt
ao hard It almost knocked ,me down,
but I atuck to It and touched tho
runner ouL V.'uat had happened I)
didn't understand, but I found out aft-
erward that the bucking broncho had I
picked up that ball in hla rear shoe
and when bo kicked he kicked It from
deep left field straight Into my handa
and saved the gameefor us.
IIAPPT IIOOAN'S SLIDK
I am still playing ball not playing
ball still, no one ever accusad me of
that. Week before last I made the
greatest play of my life and I want
to send you the full details of It, so
J. C. McClary
UNDERTAKER AND EMBALMER
STANFORD, - KY
Offlco 'Pkoao 1(7. Hobo 'Pkoao M,
BUtlNKBI CARM ;
B. D. CARTER
LIVERY AND FEED STAOLE
Lincoln lodge No. 0. r. A A. M. will meet
In stilted communication on esc a nrst and
nv.iVC.w r ?h7. I? .! "M month, at T:
ford.Ky. Menilrioflter odaeinre fra
alngton fie7""1 ' prM,nt- W- Pen
A. C. Sine,
Deputy State Commander
8TANFORD TENT NO. 7.
Meets : 4th : Monday : Night
W. W. BURGIN.
Office at Residence.
CRAB ORCHARD. KV
Off Their Claims.
And If you want cood bread order
Bauohman's No. I Fancy Patent
Flour from your grocer. He will
t.haiQe you only 70 CENTS FOR A
25 POUND SACK and your family
can live a whole week or longer on It.
See how little it cost t live if you
will EAT BREAD made of Baugh
man's flour. YOU CAN'T BEAT IT.
Every sack guaranteed to be
STRICTLY FIRST CLASS.
On sale in every grocery store In
Stanford, and the malority of the
stores in the county.
J. H. BAUGHMAN & CO.
V - iSzJ
The Cowboya Played In Their High
me there are some Inaccuracies In hla
atatement, to say the least
This play occurred In a game play
ed near Tucson only a few days ago,
In which I took part It la not a
hard luck tale, aa It won tbe game
for us. I waa catching the game and
wo had it won by one run when Jhe
ninth innlag came. The game waa be
ing played on open ground, and the
teams were composed mostly of local
talent, with a few ot us professionals
on each side. It was the Cowboya
against the Minora, 'aad the bettlag
waa heavy. I waa catchUg for the
Cowboya. I will say that before tko
gaaao I tried to get ooaio of them to SKT In gold daot
take oK their high keeled boota ao It para to kit tko dirt.
ther ootid run faator, hat, they, la- (Cetyright. pu. ky eoeok B .Berlee.
that no garbled reports shall reach
I with some other fellows who are
wintering out In this part of the
country, went up to the Swan-Hilda
district to play a game of ball Tho
Kold miners up there offered us lib
eral terms to come up and play their
picked team and we went. If It had
not been for me the home team there
would Mill be poor. Now the second
baseman and bhortstop are million
alreH, and the first and third base
men and pitcher are making money so
'fast they don't know what to do with
It, while the outfielders and the
catcher are selling stock In tlin east
and expert to declop rich mines on
their trrltoiy And all because of a
slide 1 made.
The grounds there were lalt" out on
a piece of level laud Just below the
mountain shelf. The big gold claims
and workings all are higher, and that
particular spot had been prospected
over many times and declared not to
be rich enough in gold to work. So no
one claimed it.
Well, to our surprise, those miners
were gUIng us a hard game and the
score waa tied up In the eighth when
I got to first on a hit to left tenter.
The next batter popped out and I
decided to try to steal second. It
was that steal that made them mil
lionaires. I got away with a running
start, but the catcher made a beauti
ful peg to secoud and I thought I was
out, but took a dive In front or the
bag, pivoted around It and got clear
under the baseman. A hit the dirt
ao hard that I tore a big furrow in
front of the bag and when I got to my
feet I was surprised to see the base
man throw tbe ball 20 feet away, and
Instead of going after It, he dropped
down and began scratching at the
ground. I saw In an Instant that In
sliding I had uncovered a streak of
gold-bearing ore but Instead of stay
ing there at second base and becom
ing a millionaire the desire to win
that game waa too strong. I passed
up the millions and tore for third.
When 1 reached there I saw the sec
ond baseman and shortstop excitedly
stepping off their claims, and the
others were beglaaing to do the same,
ao I sprinted on home with tho win
ning run. Uy the time I scored aad
got back down tho aeld tho whole ball
ground waa laid off In claims and tha
third baseman, who couldn't corer aa
much ground aa a blaaket, waa claim
lag clear out heyoad tko staad.
The ore I uaoovero aasayed $31
a ton, and tko teooad baaoaaaa aad
shortstop wero rick right tkea.
They wero uagratoful. Neither oaa
offered to take me lato partnership,
although I made the aerlke. BUM, It
waa aot as bad at It aaigkt have keea.
When I got, hack to Los Aagoloa I'
washed My uniform aad It aaoayoc
DR. T. W. PENNINGTON
Hours 8::i0-12 A.M. and 1 to 4:30 P M
offlce .Myers Hoiwe flats Stanford Kyi
linn t presented for onlr S cent per month forcncli hot,
The nick nro cured nnd Hum tiHnod hniteln the same herd lire
kept from liMlnit ttinill-n(nr b) rente per Hend. Kpldemlce
ciimo In tho full nnd prlnit nnd etery yenr tliotunndu of f firm
er! lo.o their ho. licit ItllUN IKMl nlfOf.KUA KKMKliV
curvunnd prevent (!lmlern.rnunh. Worms, Kevere, Hcoure
nnd Tliuimn.stlmiilnte tin. niii..tlt', nld dlnentlon nnd min
es lions to lake on extrn flesh from the snmn feed, ftctfer Ret
onto today nnd nte your hoits, t ynur driiKiilst' or sent
upon receipt of price, gallon U, iiunrt tl-V. Manufactured nnd
gunrnntiTd by Ifourboii Itemedy Oo., Islington, Ky Hold liy
New Stanford Drug Co., Stanford, Kentucky.
Of land, stock and crops. Having decided to go west, we will offer for
sale to the highest and best bidder tn
THURSDAY NOVEMBER 2, 1911
At 10 A. M., the following property, consisting of 375 acres of fine
flueflrass land, situated In the famous Cams Dick Robinson section ef
Garrard county. Ky., 6 miles from Danville, S miles from Lancaster, I
mile tff Lexington turnpike en good county road. 10-room dwelllrm, 3
perches, 2 good cisterns at doer, dwelling Illuminated with acetylene gas,
all necessary outbuildings, 2 large tobacco barns, I good stock barn, I
large silo, 200 young fruit trees just beginninq to bear, farm is well
watered and in good state of cultivation. Farm will be sold in two
tracts and. as a whole, then taking the best bid. Terms on Farm. One
half down! balance in I, 2 and 3 yenrs at 6 per cent per annum.
CATTLE. 40 head of fat cattle, will weigh 130 pounds. 4 head
milk cows and 3 calves. 7 brood sows and I boar.
MULES AND HORSES. I pair mare mules 15 3-4 hands, 8 years
old. I pair mare mules 15 1-2 hands, 3 years old. I pair mare mules
15 1-2 hands. 2 years old. I mare mule 15 3-4 hands, 5 years old. I
horse mule 15 1-2 hands 2 vears old. 5 yearling mare mules, good ones
3 sucklinq marc mule colts. 3 good brood mares in foal to jack 5 to 10
vears. I 3 year old harness mare, a dandy. I 2-year-old gelding. I
7-year-old geldinq, qood driver. I 8-year-old family mare. 500 bales
of good timothy hay.
Farming machinery of every description, includinq 6 horse power
Fairbanks-Morse gasoline enqinc, also Ensilage cutter and crusher.
Household and kitchen furniture and other articles too numerous to men
tion. Terms made known on day of sale. Dinner on grounds.
Tarn; will be sold promptly at 10 o'clock.
Sallie F. Pence & Sons.
1. M. DUXN't AlTTlONTKf:H Marksburv. Kentucky.
all klnda of haullna.
J. U. Steenbergen, sells, builds, re
pairs ana adjusts scales at rock
bottom prices. Seo him for prices
beforo you buy. Address Stanford, H
P. V. No. . lulK
DR. W. N. CRAIG.
Oculist and Optician
Olnci) over H. J. Mclloberts' Store.
L& N. TIME THBLE
No. II, Hoath, 1I:M p. M.
No. 3, Houth,10:3A u.
No. 94, Vorth,l:OA. u.
No.n.Nortb,S:IS p. m.
No.W. 10:2a. M.
JOS. S. RICE, Agent.
W. S. Drye & Co.
UNDERTAKERS and EMBALMER8
Telephone In Office '
Veterinary Surgeon and dentist.
Specialist on ail horse and animal
disease. Stanford, Ky. Phone 194
n iV IT i in finr 1
FOR SUMMER DRIVING
the comfort of both horses and driv
ers should bo specially considered by
securing a proper outfit of lap robes,
blankets, fly nets and other necessari
es from our complete assortment ot
horse Koods. Hero are light, but
ktroug and durable, slnglo and double
anrness, admirably suited to ro.id pur
poscB, along with a tull line of work
harness of the best quality at flat
J C. McCLARY, Stanford. Ky.
FALL AND WINTER STYLES.
new full nnd winter situinlvs
are now read) for your Inspection
They comprise the best on tho market
can suit anyone as to price who had
his clothes uiad ti order. A suit
'made to our uieasuie is preferable
to ready made clothes. To have tberti
made tn measure doesn't cost an)
more than ready made when quality
and rit Is considered. Com0 In ann
let dip M(k your measure.
H. C. RUPLEV. The Practical Tallin
UNDERTAKERS AND EM.
BALMERS. ALSO DEAL
ER IN FURNITURE, MAT.
TINGS, RUGS. THEY WILL
FOR ALL KINDS OF STOCK.
GIVE THEM A CALL. PRICE
Reminds us that we will have to have
some more new clothes, and we want
to remind you that our Fall Line is
the best that you ever saw.. We are
sellinq them at prices so low that
you will wonder how it can be done
..All wool suits from $15 to $30...
Can fit you at anv price as we
are sellinq about 200 suits at half
price in order to make room for our
I liiq fall line.
1 The home of Hart Schaffner &
Marx all wool Clothes
! CoiDiDips & Wearei),
I Stanford, Ky.
In all colors and sizes for ladies, miss
es and children.
. . ; (Children's from 5ooto $2. ,
Ladies' from $1 to 2.50.
Toques from 50c to ,$ 1 .
'"'" We handle only goods of quality and
Hughes, Martin & Co.