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THE INTERIOR JWRHAL. ITANFlhT KENTUCKY TUES1AY. JULY 2d. 1112
For Sale. Nice young more with
Shetland colt. Will Stone.
A few registered Tamworth pijr'
for pale nt real hargnin prices. Send
for description circular. W. A. Cof
fey & Son, McKinney, Ivy. 4S-4p.
Mr. Tobacco Gnwcr. Oct that
Tobacco Hail insurance now, before
t lie Hail corner. It costs no more.
H. M. Xewlaud, Agent. 4?-tf. .
Single meals nre now 35 cents at
(lover's restaurant but wc fed so
well, you'll find they're worth every
cent o it. 45-4.
The I. J. enn Ret you the Louis
ville Times, daily, from now to Nov
ember DO for $1.23 cash in ndvancc.
I will stand my black, highly bred
bull nt my farm fivo miles south of
Stanford on the Somerset pike nt $1
C. W. Lovcll. 49-4.
Mr. Wnlden has sold Ins farm,
known us the Lawwill place, near
Shelby City, to Mr. C. II. Vnnnrs
tlall, of tin city. Mr". Vannrsdall
sold his place on East Main street
fsrn: contains l'JS acres nnd the
price was $100 per acre. Danville
V. A. Lear, of Garrard, reports
the following purchases of Jambs:
From J. 1. Hamilton CO 75-pound
lambs at 0 1-2 cents; from Wm.
Scott CG 85-pound lambs n( G 3-4
cents; from Job Marsee, 24 75
pound lniubs nt G 1-2 cents from
G 1-2 cents; from Dan Doolan 25
65-pound lambs nt 0 1-2 cents;
from Angle Sanders 45 G5-pound
latubs nt G 1-2 cents; froln Wm.
Lackey 44 76-pound lambs at G 1-2
cents; from Holman Brown, 20 70,
1-2-pound lambs nt 6 cents; from
George Brown 78 70-pound lambs
ul G cents; irom A. B. Brown, Jr.,
35 70-pound lambs nt G cents; from
Knvannugh nnd Hudson 25 78
pound lambs nt 6 1-2 cents; from
Mit Warner 20 73-pound lambs nt
G cents; from William Wntkins 12
75-pound lambs nt G 1-2 cents.
Large shipments of lambs have
been made during the last week from
Lancaster. V. A. Lear exporting n
car on Wednesday containing 250
, third car on Friday these large
head,, another on Thursday, nnd a
consignments of about 800 head be
ing exported to Jersey City.
Lawson nnd Brown ehipned n car
load of Iambs to tho city market
C. A. Arnold exported a large
collection of lambs to n Cincinnati
Live Stock Company.
Lawson nnd Brown shipped n car
load of first class porkers to the
city market Friday.
Lawson ntfd Brown bought 1G 200
pound hogs from L. C. King of nub
ble, at G 1-2 cents.
George Smith, Sr.. sold 5 125
pound hogs to A. F. Saunders nt
5 3-4 cents.
Come To The Old Fashioned Country Fair at Stanford
Under the Auspices of Diadem Lodge, No. 81, Knights of Pythias, (
August 21, 22 and 23,
For Catalogue and Particulars, write J. F. CUMMINS, Secretary.
. Jersey Cows, Brood Mares.
I will sell at my farm one-half mile west of Stan-
ford at 1:30 P.M.,
at Court House
J. D. Steenbergen, Bells, builds, re
pairs ana adjusts scales at rock
bottom prices. See him for prices
before rou buy. Address Stanford. R
F. D. No. I. I0u-t
My herd consisting of 20 strictly high grade fresh Jersey
cows. These cows are young, gentle, good , conformation,
deep milkers, rich in butter fat. Most of these cows have
been bred to my registered St. Lambert bull.
Eight Good Brood Mares
Three of them native bred; five heavy western. These
mares have all done farm work; been bred and I believe
safely in foal to Tate & Messer's famous Jack,S amson.
TERMS-Cash or bankable note, due Jan. 1, 1913.
GEO. A. BAIN, of Lexington, Ky., Auctioneer.
V Mldm ' K r R MZdm
We will sell to the highest bidder, '
in front of the court house, in Stan
ford, Ky., at about 1 p. m., court day
Monday, July 8, '12
Tie rooms formerly occupied by the Interior Jonria),
oyer the Lincoln County National Bank. One large
room and three smaller rooms. Col. W.P.Walton has .
placed this intur hands with orders to dispose of it.
' Ftr particilars, see
HUGHES & McCARTY,
i Stanford, Kentucky.
Horse and Mule Feed
Alcorn and Oatequal, a well balanced
feed, made of corn, oats, barley,
" , ground alfalfa and molasses, 100
pounds to the sack makes 5 meas
, Alcorn $1.90 per 100 pounds Oat
equal $220 per 100 pounds. You
feed no other grain with this feed.
i and three quarts to one gallon
makes a good feed. Order a sack
J. H. Baughman & Co.
Mrs'. Tom Gray, of Fort Worth
Texas, is the guest of her grand
parents and father, Mr. and Mrs. K.
L. and J. L. Tanner. Mrs. Gray will
be here for about a month.
Misses Mary D. nnd Lena Beck
joined a crowd nt Somerset this
vcek and left for a trip down the
Cumberland river where they will
spend bo'ue time in camp. Quite n
number nro in the crowd and latest
reports from them is that they aro
having u good time but we don't
know how many fish they have
Mrs. A. II. Bnugh joined her hus
band here nnd will fetay until the
close of the meeting which U in
progress nt the Christian ctiurcu.
L'rother Baugh, of Mo.nticello, w
holding the meeting and he is preach
in? Borne excellent hermons and
hating good crowds. The meeting
has been very successful
Mr. S. M,
sick list for sevaral days, but we are
very chid to state nt this time that
die it very much itnprmed.
Miss Etta Gooeh.'of Somerset, nnd
MNs Alice Singleton, of near Way
npburg, have been the visitors of
Dr. T. II. Singleton and wife for
Notice. The postoffice will be clos
ed nt this plnco on the Fourth ns
that is n legal holiday. You can get
your mail in the morning of the
Fourth from 7 until 8ui0 o'clock.
After that the office will not be
open. Please be governed by these
rules on that day. July 4th.
Mrs. Kate Coffey visited her
daughter, Mrs. Mart in, at Turners
ville the past week.
Mr. John Dulweber, of tho Dul
weber Lumber Co., of Cincinnati, O.,
was a guest of the Misses Gooch a
few days ago.
Herbert Reynolds, of Kubanks,
wns a visitor at Dr. Singleton's this
Quite n few ftorr. here attended
the closing of the big contest that
wns run bv the Interior Journal, nt
Stanford, Sutuiday afternoon and
MNs llulh Puull, Mis Mnry, Mis
f Wine Breeding and Mr. J. S. Breed
ing, of Columbia are the attractive
visitors of Mr. Charlie Piles' and
viflt fit tllnir Ii0rnitifi.l .........
Owens has been on tlie J home. Violet Slope, near town.
Mid-week sjrvicc nt tho Presby
terian church on Wednesday evening
July 3, at 7:30. Subject: "The
value of This Service."
THERE IS REAL PAINT
and also some stuff mixed with
cheapening materials that is not
worthy of the name. If you have
bad experience with tho latter kind
you don't want another. If you
haven't take our advice and don't
experiment. Buy our rr.nl paints
and save yourself disappointment
and money as veil.
J. A. ALLEN. Stanford. Ky.
The Lincoln County Teachers In
stitute which is in session at tho
odurt house this week, promises to
be ono of the most beneficial insti
tutes ever held in Uiis county. Tin'
first session opened Monday morn
ing with Supt. Singleton presiding.
Itev. P. L. Bruce, pastor vf the'
Presbyterian church conducted the
devotional exercises, after which
Supt. Singleton outlined his plans
for the week.
ILc insjitute is fortunntc ii. hav
ing ns instructor Superintendent
Bridges, of Richmond. Miss Mar
garet Hopper was appointed Secre
tary and Mrs. J. E. Gooch, Assis
Mr. W. T. Ramsey mnde nn inter
esting address to tho teachers. Af
ter the appointment of committees
nnd the registration of teachers, the
MMiiuie nujouineil lor tue noon
The afternoon session began nt
one o'clock. Mr. S. S. Robinson
chairman. Mr. Bridges discussed the
purpose nnd neccsitv of tho regit
Inr course of study. Miss Anna
Holtzclnw gave pome suggestions in
regard to the daily program.
Following an intermission of fif
teen minutes, the subject of "Do
mestic Sci;nce" wns introduced by
the instructor and discussed bv Mrs.
II. I). Phillips, Mrs. Goodnight and
Miss Ha FcJtus.
After a brief disctisison on "Home
Geography" by Mrt White, the In
stitute adjourned. (
Mr. J. X. Wiggington nnd Mr,
Warren Kubanks nro welcomed vis
itors nt the institute.
Superintendent Singlffion cnllcd
institute to order at 8:30 Tuesday
morning. Rev. I). M. Walker, pastor
of Christian church led devotional
exercises, with Miss Kntie Bogli. of
Iiustonville, presiding nt the organ,
The subject of Arithmetic wns hitrrf
iluced nnd discussed bv Prof,
Bridges. Miss McKinney, Miss Bogle
and -Mr. McMiilItn.
Mating of 2 good work horses, 2
sows nnd pigs, forming implements,
etc., good two horse wagon and
good hay frame, wagon nnd plow
gear, household nnd kitchen fiirnt
tuiv nnd one good piano.
Anyone desiring to look nt the
farm before day of sale, can cnll on
me nt premises nnd I will bo glad to
. Remember that this iroiertv must
I be sold to wind up the estate of said
Terms made known on dnv of
H. S. ChristoDher.
Administrator of Wm. Christopher.
A. T. Scott, Auet.
Sprains require enreful treatment
Keep quiet nnd apply Chamberlain's
Liniment freelv. It will remove the
soreness nnd nuiekly Testore tho
p.irts (o a heilthy condition. For
sale by O. L. Penny.
I. II. S. Christopher, ns adminis
trator of Wm. Christopher, deceased
Thursday. July 25th, 1912
Beginning nt 1 o'clock P. M. sell to
the highest bidder the farm of Wm.
Christopher, deren-ed, containing
93 1.3 acres. located nt Buena Vista
Garrard County, Ky., on the Biirgin
nnd Dix River turnpikes, right nt
the postoffice and in bight of three
churches and n good school. This
form is located in the best agricul
tural district in tho county, and is
in a good stnto of cultivation, writ
I'dnptcd to grow tobacco, hemp, corn
nnd wheat. Every acre can bo cul
tivated. The impiovoment consist
of a good seven-room frnmc dwell
ing house, in good rcimir with nil
necessary outbuilding which are nil
good. A Xo. 1 pond i.itlern n flic
dor and good spring houo right
In the vnrd; never failing stream of
water for stock.
At the same timn nnd nlnn T will
--ii ii ji . ' .
PC" " mo personal property coir-
UNDERTAKER AND IMIALMM
Office Phene 167. Howe Phone 35.
Perfection Headache Cure
The best preparation for headache
Is made by your Druaclst
Just a little better 'nan any other.
Honestly we do net know how It
could be Improved, at any price, and
we have had ten years' experience
with it, too.
A GENEROUS I0X 10c.
If vou have a severe cough vou had '
better see your family physician
That's the safest thing to do In all
casesbut for any ordinary couqh
our Syrup White Pine Tar is the
best thlnq you can get. We have It
in 25 cent and 50 cent bottles, and
It is guaranteed.
We are selling lots of eur Cold Tab
lets these days. We guarantee them
to cure a cold In one nigtit. Our guar
antee is a personal guarantee.
Money back if not Satisfied.
PENNY'S, The Rexall Store.
Phone No. 2.
Car o f Adrian Wire
Fence Just Received
!! We have several second-
jfj hand Buggies for sale
1 E.T. Pence
!'! Stanford, Kentucky
SPECIAL EXCURSION TO THE
Mountains of Western North Carolina
Wednesday, July 10, 1912
Round Trip Round Trip Fares From Danville. Kv.
ASHEVILLE, N. (J. $7.50 I . , - .
HENDERSON, N. C ) Land of " Sky"
Waynesville, N. C. $ ia5 ( "Sapphire Country"
LAKE TOXAWAY, N. C $9.50 J FP ouniry
Special through tra in, coiibistinp of electric
lighted Pullman, Ohs.erv ation nnd Drawing room
Sleeping Cars, Dining Car nnd L)av ('..),.. ,..:n i.... r,....
..III. ..i m.n: n ir t. i . -.. .... . ' ...-, ..in u-utu lMll-
who uv iv;uj i . ai. iiiuy
lteturn limit July 25, 1012.
iicusts uls.0 good on regular
Liber,,! stop Ovi
(C. N. 0. & T. P. RY.)
and Southern Railway,
Go direct and return via Chatta
nooga, Lookout Mountain, or
vice-versa. $1.50 additional
For full in l'ownution call on any
Ticket Agent or writo:
H. C. KING, Passenger and Tick
et Agent, 101 East Main Street,
W. A. RECKLER, General Pas
senger Agent, Ingalls ullding, Cin
Do You Want a Silo?
This cut shows you what
we are now prepared
We have one f the fa
mous Polk Machines with
which to build Silos like
this, and if YOU are
thinking of building a
Silo, call on or write us
before you do anything,
and we'll interest you.
We have already contract
ed for six and cannot
build but a limited num
ber, so you had better
not delay, but get in next
We have the territory of
Lincoln and Garrard
counties. Telephone 136
PHILLIPS BROS., Stanford, Ky.