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THE INTERIOR JtURWAL, tTAHURl, KENTUCKY FRI1AY, JULY 8, 1112,
I'oMcd Clin1. Hcmonta.
l-'or Sale. Nice young mnre with
Slictlnnd colt. Will Stone.
Mr. tobncco Grwvcr. Get thnt
Tobncco llnil insurance now, bcfoTe
the Unit comes. It costs no more.
K. M. N'ewlnnd, ARcnt. 47-tf.
S. J. Hell is delivering bis new
crop of whent to J. II. llnugbmnn &
Co., tins week nt ;fl n bushel.
Abrnm Hcnick, of Clnrk county,
is jepurted to linve jutt finished
harvesting- n crop of blucgrn9 seed
which ntmmnts to 15,000 hnxhels.
At prevailing priees this is n smnll
Nine hundred cattle were reported
on the market nt Hiehmond Monday,
with prices rnngringr from 4 to 0
cent. Most of the wtock found
lendy purohnxerH. 1,100 nhcep nnd
100 lions were on the market. Sheep
brought from 2.f0 to 3.23 per bend,
while Iiojm brought 0 1-2 cents per
pound. Very few mules nnd horses
were offered, nnd those v)n the mnr-1
ket wcro of nn inferior quality nnd
for sales were reported.
Tlio land owned by tho Ink- .Tolin
T. Honnid nnd his Bisters, Misges
Mnrthn nnd Louin Howard, situat
ed in Fayette nnd Woodford coun
ties, containing about 370 ncros, wn
sold by MnMr OoirtmHaioner H. A..
Schobcrth lost week. C. A. Hownrd,
who was bidding for George White,
purchased the entire tract ai $138,
fiO per acre.
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.
Te Begin at Baptist Church Wed
nesday Night, July 10.
The revival erice which were
to hnvo begun ut the Hnptist chinch
in Juno but were postponed on ac
count of the illness of llev. J. V.
Porter's wife, will start on Wednes
day evening, July lOtli. with Dr. Por
ter preaching. The meeting will I
continue about two weeks. Dr. Por
ter is one of the lending members
f.f his J.irioniirir.ium hi t!i uth. He
i5 the pastor of the First Baptist
church nt Lcxincton, nnd editor of
the Western and Recorder, a cele
brated denominational paper. Two
services n clay will be held. lie v. J.
Hi Jnne, pntor of the church will
assist Dr. Porter with the hervices
and hopes for n great awakening
nmong the membership and the unsaved.
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
The rstas ftmerly occssid by the Iiterior Jurial,
trer the Liictla duty Nationl Baik. Oie large
rsM ui three smaller room Col. W. P. Walton has
beet1 this m tv baiis with orders to dispose of it.
For prfeikrs, see
HUGHES & McCARTY,
Mrs. L H. Hilton, of Stanford,
niting her parents.
Mis llnel Albright is visiting in
Shirley Tnte was down from Mt.
Vernon, one night last week.
Mr. and Mrs. A. M. Hintt, nnd
Mis Illauche Howell, were in Liv-
Itev. Watson, of Ml. Vernon,
preached a very interesting sermon
herq Sunday night nt the M. &
!(. Spell Js conducting a 'ten
days meeting nt the M. K. church.
Miss Keen Hrooks baa ictirrned
home from a week's vr 'k in Knox-
Mrs. J. M. Clark, who n.. been
u-ry ill for the past few days is
Miss Nancy Vnughn, is visiting in
Mrs. V. E. Sproule, Alice Albright
nnd Judith McCnll were in Louisville
lnbt Thursday shopping.
Mrs. Walter Miller and children,
of Lebanon Junction nrc the guests
of her mother, Mrs. Kmmn Wilmott.
Miss Minnie Hintt is visitin? in
Henry Anderson was in Garrard
first of the week.
Several from here attended Chil
dren's Day nt Union Inst Sunday.
O. II. Crass. v)f Stnnford. HrnrLr
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Durham, of Crab Orchard, and Win
Vuden, of Livingston, spent Sunday
with their homefolks.
IJrown and Craig shipped two car
loads of sheep to Louisulle Tue
day at 5 1-2 cents.
Mi-s Tempest Ward returned to
Richmond Monday, where she will
enter school again.
The Misses Johnson have return
ed to their home in Berea nfter vis
iting Misses Randa Tate and Lena
Miss Emma Ilamm, of Louisville,
was with her couiin Mnttie Owens
tirt of the week.
Miss Jlnttio Wilmott delightfully
entertained a number of the little
folks last Snturdny, fioiu fiw to
seven, jn honor of her little niece,
Zella Mailer, of Lebanon Junction
Mrs. Bale Anderson is visiting in
Little Miss Mildred Robins, has re
turned home after visiting in Mt.
Mm. Robert Roberts, of Mnywood
visited relatives here, first of the
Lewis Me Cull was down from
AlifH Clyde Watson is visiting her
sister, in Mt. Vernon.
Mn. W.F. Sproule nnd children
have eturned to their home in Paris,
after visiting her father, F. Fran
cisco. Mrs. Amy Edwards, of Richmond,
nnd Tim Edwards, of Oklahoma, are
Hie guests of Mr. nnd Mrs. J. W.
Mr. nnd Mrs. H. E. Christie. Mr.
and Mrs. J. R. Cn?s nnd Master
William Cass were in Mt. Vernon
I, II. S. Chrihlopbcr, ns ndminis
trntor of Win. Christopher, deceased
Thursday. July 25th. 1912
neuinnine nt 1 o'clock P. M. sell to
the lushest bidder the turn of Win.
Christopher, deceased, containing
03 1-3 acres, located nt Buenn Vista
Outran! County, Ky., on the Burgin
nnd Dix Kher turnpikes, riuht nt
tho postofficc and in sight of three
diuretics nnd n good school. This
farm is luifitfd in the !c?t iimn-ui-tttral
district in the county, nnd is
in a good state of cultivation, well
ndnptcd to grow tobncco, hemp, com
nnd wheat. Every ncre can bo cul
tivnled. The improvement consists
of n good seven-room frame d.vell
inc l.ousc, in good repair with nil
ncecsniy outbuilding which nte nil
tropd. A No. 1 good cistern nt the
dojr nnd good spring houe right
In the vnrd; never failing stream of
wntcr for stock.
At the same time nnd place I will
sell nil the personnl property con
sisting of 2 good work lurrsps, 2
sows and pius, farming implements,
etc.. good two horse uncon nnd
good hy frame, wngon nnd plow
genr, household nnd kitchen furni
ture nnd one good piano.
Anyone desiring to look nt the
farm before duv of sale, enn call on
me nt premises ami I will be glad to
r show snme.
Remember that this property must
be sold to 'wind up the estate of said
Terms made known on day of
H. S. Christopher.
Administrator of Wip. Christopher.
A. T. Scott. Auct.
Jersey Cows, Brood Mares.
I will sell at my farm one-half mile west of Stan
ford at 1:30 P. M.,
We buy Le-High Portland Cement
'near lots.. - Have a fresh car now,
All in cotton sacks.
J. H. Baughman 4 Co.
See Us Before Buying
Your Spring Goods
Have nice Selection of Drug
gets, Mattings, Carpets,
Lace Curtains, etc. The
Correct Styles in Millinery.
Come and see our Stock and
o,i biitt, wuum. n
H. B. Northeoft
I&s,Sih, Li, Fath
ers, Gksetf, etc.
T a TlWwnj My a
Mrs. Lucy U. Howard i visiting
her mother, Mrs. Hatcher at Cliff,
Mrs. T. W. McLaughlin i, with
friends in Peru, Ind.
Miss Dessw Harrington is very ill
with neuralgia of the heart.
Mr. Kdd Xoluu sient n few days
with the home folks last week.
Misses Louise Hubble, Julia Wil
liams and Kl-ie Singleton are at
tending the teacher's institute this
week nt Stanford.
Mi-s Maude Kelson nttended the
street fair nt Somerset last week
and took the examination.
Little Crystnl Wesley has been
real sick with scarlet fever.
Everyone enjoyed the ice cream
supper ghen by Mr. nnd Mrs. Mc
Williams Snturday night. Miss
Maude Kelson won the rize for the
prettiest girl and Mr. Crit Morgan
won a blue biindnnn handkerchief
for the ugliest boy. Some of those
present were Mihscs Dewey nnd Bes
sie McMullin, Mollie Todd, Lulu and
Beulah McMullin, Minnie Barber,
Maggie Horton, Maude NeN.m, Ottie
Wall, Leonn Henderson, Ollie Wil
liams and Klsie and Heiui Singleton.
Messis. Virgil McMulliiis, Irn Til
ford, Craig Horton, Luther Hall.
Hnrland Peek, D. Trowbridge. Will
McClure, Kverett Vnnhook, Fred
Williams, Crit Morgan, Walter Ooocb
and Llmer Sincleton.
Our school begins here July l.r)th,
with Alessrs. J. J. Gust.m nnd Wal
ter McKiuzio us tenchers.
Mr. George Ileynolds is busily en
caged in building a now dwelling
Mr. G. M. Trowbridge will soon.
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,Samson.
TERMS-Cash or bankable note, due Jan. 1, 1913.
GEO. A. BAIN, of Lexington, Ky., Auctioneer.
C. E. TATE.
Ime hit, new store houe completed.
Mr. Lester Peck is contemplating
making n filing trip to Panama
Ask your doctor how often
he prescribes an alcoholic
stimulant for children. He
will probably say, "Very,
very rarely." Ask him how
often he prescribes a tonic for
them. He will probably an
swer, "Very,very frequently."
Then ask him about Ayer's
Sarsaparilla as a strong and
safe tonic for the young. Not
a drop of alcohol in it
Always keep box of Ayer's Pills in the
house. Just one pill at bedtime, now and
ben, will ward off many an attack f
biliousness, indigestion, alck-beadacbt.
How many years bis your doctor knows
these pills? Ask him all about them.
td by th. t.O. ATH CO.. Lor.lt. Xw,
SPECIAL EXCURSION TO THE
Mountains of Western North Carolina
Wednesday, July 10, 1912
Round Trip Reund Trip Fares From Danville, Kv.
ASHEVILLE, H. Q. $7.50 I , . f .. c. .,
HENDERSON, N. C ) "Und of the Sky"
WaynesvIHe, N. C. , .W-Mj ."Sapphire Country"
LAKE T0XAWAY, N. C $9.50 i
Special through trn in, consistitifr of electric
lighted Pullmijn, Observation mid Druwing room
Sleeping Cars, Dining Cnr nnd Day Conches, will leave Dan
ville nt 10:05 P. M. July 10. Tickets also ood on regulur
Ilelurn limit July 25, 1012. Liberal Stop Over Privileges.
I DIVERSE ROUTE.
Ga direct and return via Chatta
nooga, Lookout Mountain, or
vice-versa. $1.58 additional
For full in formation call on any
Ticket Agent or write:
H. C. KING, Passewor and Tick
et AfCflt, 101 East Mah) Street.
and Southern Railway,
W. A. ICCKLEft, General Pal-
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Car of Adrian Wire
Fence Just Received
We have several second
hand Buggies for sale
E. T. Pence
I Stanford, Kentucky
Do You Want a
This cut shows you what
we are now prepared
We have one ef 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 anythiag,
and we'll interest you.
We have already contract
ed for six ami 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 138
PHILLIPS BROS., Stanford, Ky.
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