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THE INTERWR JfWWAL, ITANFSRt, KENTUCKY. FMfAY. AIHHIST t. 1112
Cflwe 7b fAe Old Fashioned Country Fair at Stanford
Under the Auspices of Diadem Lodge, No. 81, Knights of Pythias,
AUGUST 21, 22 and 23, 1912
For Catalogue and Particulars, write J. F. CUMMINS, Secretary.
' Posted Chas. Semonls.
William J. Deck.
Top hops were $8,40 nt Cincin
Are you ready for the lv. of P.
fair! If not, I can supply your wants
in harness, saddles .Tine driving and
riding bits, whips, spurs etc. J. C.
For Sale. 300 bushels red Fultz
seed wheat nt $1.23 per bushel if
tnknn nt once. No room to store. J.
Frank Smith, Route No. 2. Stanford,.
For Sale. My farm containing
about 80 acres with new 0 room
house, good fences mid Rood state
of cultivation. Terms (o suit pur
chaser. Located 3 miles from Lan
caster, Ky., on the Lexington pike.
Addre?s W. C. Greening, Parsons,
For Sale. Old corn, A No. 1 car
ringe und general work horse. Also
it No. 1 buggy horse. A. W. Car'
penter, Morelund, Ky. G3-lf
0. I). Swinebroad, one of the most
prominent farmers of the county
near the Garrard line, was in town
to vote in the primary Saturday.
He told of the splendid condition of
all farm crops this year, and be
lieves this will prove one of the
most successful seasons the farm
ers' have had in many years. Mr.
Swinebroad has sixty acres in corn,
which is looking splendid, nearly
every stalk having two large ears.
He says with corn at $5, wheat $1,
hogs $7.50 and other things in like
proportion, the farmer ha no rea
bon to complain.
Asa Jewell, of Lexington, nccom
panted by his sou John, of Wilmore,
was here Wednesday looking at
some horse flesh and for the pur
pose of buying some cattle. They
bought 80 head of fat cattle from
J. S. ind It. C. Hockcr, to be fed on
com till "November, when the beeves
will be delivered. Mr. Jewell paid
46.o0 a hundred for these cattle,
which were one of the nicest bunches
fed in Lincoln this season. They
will weigh about 1.300 pounds when
The Messrs. Jewell, while here.pur-
chnscd it bunch of 51 yearling cut
tle from Chas. Lutes, to be delivered
on October 1st. They will feed tliese
at their farm near Wilmore, in Jes
samine county. These youngster
weighed about 800 pounds and
brought from 4 3-4 to .r cents per
Charley Lutes shipped two loads
of fat cattle to the Cincinnati mar
ket this week. They went to Greene
Embry & Co. They weighed nn av
erage of about 830 pounds, and were
bought from various parties at
prices ranging from 3 1-2 cents up.
Air. Lutes, who makes his headquar
ters at Lexington now, will be in
this section for several days. He
is endeavoring to make upji carload
of horses and mules for the south
ern market. He plans to trade ex
tensively in the south Again this
winter, huving had such success dur
ing the past season. As before his
hcudoiiurters in the south will be at
' Ooldshoro. N. C.
T. W. Jones & Co., have bejii buy
ing extensively during this week,
shipping to the Cincinnati market.
They ship from Rowland. Mr. Jones
bought of J. C. F.ubauks 21 lambs,
which weighed about 70 pounds, ut
$6 n hundred pounds. From Jop
Ttankin he cot eight ewes and six
' lambs, at the same figuie. From
D. D. Morris, also of the Hubble
section, he got 44 lambs which
weighed up to an average of 77
pounds apiece, and for which he
paid $0.50 a hundred; from C". O.
Hover, he gut a bunch which weigh
ed about 03 pounds nt $0 and from was omitted, not haviiu been fur
Will Pcpples n small bunch nt $5.50 nished the secretary. This colt is
Tluirlow Jones was in Itichmond '' Mr. Murphy's great sire and
.in 'Monday, court day. and bought &'' w"er Garrard Chief and . w
two carloads of cattle and lumbs out of n Hex I'cnviue mare. III.'
niiioli i. Hhinno.l nvor ihn I,. & A., younger Murphy 8Vi t.mt his fitll-
diiect to the Uourbon Stock Yards "is going to hnve to step soiu-j to
nt Louisville. He bought the cat- 'nt Wis mic.
iIp. whieh wns mostly butcher stuff Astrnl King, owned by James
at from 2 to 5 cents mid tiie lambs Hwishin, r.f JrffcrsJR City, Mo.,
at an average of about. 3 1-2 to j won t tho $1,000 saddle stake at the
1-2 cents n pound. Mexico, io., iuir, scconu money
J. F. Gover delivered three nice hcif ' .' ivjmoKnn, a uuj jiciuiiw uo
ers to It. C. Arnold this week, for ion. owneu uy M, ,.o .
v.h.ch ho rireivcd from 4 1-2 to ; ?"" tfX "",l '"""
5 cents n pound. They weighed ll' ,0,m 1Iock Vn' - TW"1
,. rno ,. onn ., i r- iM money wns won by Ed Moore, of
Aiwiii f vw " wvr
lVltlllla aa 4IIUUIII . . I J
shipped them to the city market. " w" ue "uo cnesmui marc,
He also bought a cow from Wm. Qun; f T1' Jenmnrk. Jonrili
IJroadus for which ho paid 4 cents ,lJ ,an'ri,,d MnlV rl,,aP" U
and which weighed about 800 l1'' 0n"H,'.v E kg'""- .1 1
pounds. Jim Ends delivered him f',0'n w"e S,e,"nt?.r. lS1lo"' " eJ'
three nice yearlings nt $40 for Ilia '' L. 15. Bnniette; Highball and ob
buucli. Kevin Carter sold him a McDonild, from the Ituekmnn stables
calf for fi cents n pound. , ' McDonald, ridden by Thomas
Phil Nunnelley delivered his J. aV a'ul ", Jf!,",er n,,,,le" ,,1;
wheat to Iiaughraun'a elevator this J; Cowles.An hour nnd n half
week. He had 800 bushels, which wn "kt uAe hf '' nnd
waded up extra well, and for which wns o of ,1,c greatest contests
he received the market price of $1 rveT "fn n "?, .,nok-. T'le ,,,1ir
a bushel. IMr. Nunnelley tried i " u lie-.tnnt btnllion, six years old,
small tract of land on a large heml. '-v &,u.IrH)l1, ln?' d"m .,"" C,,,"ck;
cd New York wheat thU scusou. but '-v .i,,,"im1 De","nTk-,II,ct.wi,.s bml
did not have much success with it. J? Alhe Jones of N.rth Middletown.
He figures that it will take another ' "' w ' hnmess at the Blue
season to thoroughly acclimate it. nrnas '"1F "8 " Ihree-yenr-old and
nnd is going to give it another liial wfls sold just afterward for $.t,..00.
liatt Ctifiunti Tlirt linfif liontlu lift ' ' "
hpimtifiillv with snlendid lookiiii?! HARRIS & WOODS
heads, much lnrger than the ordi
nary wheat grown in this country
A. L. Itnnkiu, one of the best
known farmers of the Hubble sec
tion, has been laid up with rheuma
tism for some time, but he got to
town Saturday to vote in the pri
mary though he had to come on si
pair of crutches.
J. S. nnd R. C. Hocker split their
herd of cattle which they sold this
week, part going to M. Jewell, as
aboi'e stated, while Thurlow Jones
got the remainder. He took 20
head ut o 1-2 cents, to be delivered
hi October at the same time as the
Col. I. M. Dunn, of Danville, sold
for Mr. John McCouuell, of Boyle,
his splendid Blue Grass farm on the
Lebanon pike to Dr. S. O. Ends, ot
Dectitur, 111. The place contains
345 acres and the price was $140
per acre. Possesion will be given m
sixty days. The farm is located a
fraction over u mile from Danville,
and is in n high state of cultivation
and well improved. It is one of the
most desirable places in Boyle coun
ty. Mr. McConnell and fn-jjily will
Co lo Alabama where they will make
their future home. Dr. Ends nnd
family formerly lived in BoyI coun
ty, bavins owned the Hundley farm
on the Hnrrodsburg road.
J. If. Iii''sby sold ft ounutitv of
hnv to Gresory. the Lancnster miller
nt $15 per ton
Dogs made n raid on the sheep be
loneing to J. H. nnd Charles Rissby,
in Garrard and killed two mid injur
ed several. Chniles Rigsby killed
one dog and wounded the others.
Joe II. Murphy took a couple of
nice young mnres and a young stal
lion to the Mt. Vernon fair to slmw
this week, while his father look bis
crack colt over to the Danville fair.
Mr. Murphy got the first money nt
the Hnrrodsburg fair .u the hist
day in the colt rins, and expected to
do emuilly ns well nt Danvili-j llio'
be did lhit know what luck he would
linxe against Mrs. Lowndes' entry
at her borne. However, as he h:t!
beaten her colt nt other nlncc). he
believed it could be dom gain. Mr.
Murphy thinks that It's goii'.i; to
take a mighty fin" youngster to
take the Colt Futurity at the K of
P. Fair here, away from him. In
civiui; the list of entries on Tue-il.iv,
the breediuir of Joe Munthv's "oil
Make Splendid Show With Their
Mules at Danville Fair
Harris and Woods, the big mule
breeders of this county, had their
string of tine show mules ut the fair
ut Danville this week, and, as twuul,
took nearly everything in sight.
home ot the principal awards the
llrst day were:
Horse mule under one year Jlur
113 and Voods.
Mure mule under one year Har
ris und Woods 1st", S. S. Balls 2d.
Mule, one year and under two
Gently und Thompson 1st; S. S.
Marc mule two years and under
three S. S. Bulls 1st; W. C. Ar
Horse mule two years And under
j three Harris and Woods 1st S. S.
Mule, either sex, nay age Hunis
and Woods, llrst mid second.
Mine und mule colt each to count
30 per cent Harris and Wood., 1st,
W. C. Arnold 2d.
Pair mules, either sex to be diiv
en to wagon, with heavy harness
Hurris iwid Woods 1st; Gentry and
rnufiy saddle mine or sreldiiiK any
age Mat Cbhen; Bernard Huvs.
Stallion, mure or gelding, to be
driven Thoums Mctculf 1st, Ed
ward Mitchell 2d.
uocKiiway marc or 'eluinu'. imv
agn, to be dliveu E. P. Caicnter
1st; K. W. Itriggs 2d.
Walking ninre or gelding, any age
A. E. Hundley 1st; U P. Yn'ndell.
Three gaited mine or gliding
Mat Cohen 1st; Chas. Cook 2d.
Fancy harness mnro r gelding
Mat Cohen 1st; Denial d Huys 2d.
Itnndsfr mure or geldinsr. an
litre W. B. Burton. 1st; Mat Cohen
2d; L. K. Rogers, 3d.
""AH Fer Hell-um.
Tin; sentiment f the Eighth Con
gressional district tallies with that
of our oldest citiztu who says he is
for Heliums first. Heliums last and
Heliums all the time, und while it was
not our pleasure uud privilege to
put one more vote down for him, wo
I'llu shout hallelujah us luiida any
body for bis sweeping victory. There
is no law ngiu it. Helm first, Helm
last, Helm all the time. Perryville
Cor, llnrrodwbnrtf Leader.
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Read What Mr. Earple Says
sd tkn eoa Is nd 11 ut bo you lb lapertor qaklllle of w -OLD
v ilCKORY". YoawllltndiuilM Mr. ril did tbl Awe vmou
r Mfonitr ana mon aurDi, dmhh inej r sua iron mhw
mUrUl sad r tMIMf Ironed than other coas ad lht wby tbaa
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HOIE TIM 32 YEARS
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MNTVCKY WASN MTC. C-
Mrs. Dave Thompson, of Mnys
ville, was with Mrs. L. II. Cable lnt
Mrs. Maggie Davi and children,
of Nicholasville, are the visitors of
Mrs. It. 11. Hamtn.
II. U Wilson, A. M Hintl, W. W.
Robins was- in Mt. Vernon first of
Miss Ksie Pike. f Livingston, is
visiting her cousin, Mrs. 11. E. Chris
tie. Miss Elizabeth StomiC9 has re
turned nfter n several weeks' visit
in Dayton, 0.
Mrs. Minnie Spnmle and rlilldrcn
of Paris, arrived Sunday to bo the
guest of her father for three weeks.
They are attending the Mt. Vernon
fnir this week.
Miss Anna Toombs, of Danville
was the guest of Mrs. J. E. Wallin
last week, she was accompanied bv
Mr. J. E. Wallin.
Mesduines Wilmott, Bet tic Frith
and Mis Minnie lltntt have been on
the sick list.
Miss Lettie Lusk, of Corbiu, is
wsitltig Mis. J. M. Itubrrts.
Mr. and Mrs. Jim Owens were in
Mrs. Maggie Holme-, of Crab
Orchard, is visiting friends.
Sexernl from here nre attending
the Mt. Vernon fair.
Owen Cas is nt home froln Stan
ford until after the fair.
Bane Carson, Assistant Cashier,
of the bank, at Tellico Plains' Tenn..
is with homefolks.
Mr, nnd Mrs. E. B. Gentry were
down fiom Mt. Vernon lust week.
Burton shinned two carloads of
sheep from here Tuesday.
Miss Elizabeth Vermillion, of Dan
ville is the guest of her cousin, Miss
Mrs. Dessie Bigsby, of Pineville,
.who hns been visiting her brother.
John Bobius, went to Preachcrsville
Monday, but will return in a few
Wade Leece was up from Crab
Orchard first of the week.
John Evans i.-v at home from
Boscoe Pike, who has been travel
ing in the we-t has returned home.
Ezra Shivel and wife were up
from Green-bun;. Siindny. the guest
of his brother, liichard Shivel.
Pnclc John Flyiiu, who hns been
track walker here for the past thir
ty years for the I & X. railroad
Co., as he has become too old for
tlu; work, the Company has granted
him u pension.
W. H. Anderson was in Crab Or
chard Sunday, I wonder why?
Mrs. Susan Yenger went to Dan
ville Thursday, where she met Mr.
and Mrs. Bice, of Louisville, nnd
they motored through to Louisville,
Mrs. Yenger will be their guest for
Mrs. Sullie Sauflcy and Mrs. J.
C. Hays are spendim.' several days
at Atlantic City und other eastern
Miss Lucy Lee Walton is the
guest of Mr. and Mrs. W. P. Walton
at Lexington. She will be there for
(he fair next week.
Mr-. W. 0. Withers son, Powell,
and niece. Miss Annie l"ger J'ow
vll are in Danville visiting her broth
er, Mr. Chn. Powell nnd family at
The Ladies' Aid nt Stunfiml will
meet with Mrs. J. p. Gover at her
country home n tho afternoon of
Aug. Kith nt 2 o'clock. Every mem
her is cordially invited to be present.
Now is the time to stock your
winter supply of COAL. None
better than Fox-Ridge. Prices
right. We fork all our Coal
YOU GET NO DUST.
J. H. Baughman Co.
Phone 1 1
Of Real Estate and Personal Prw
erty Saturday, Aug. 31, 1912
M. farm of 75 acres, ius' outside
the city limits of Crab Orchard, Ky.
This farm has a good 0-room house
and good out buildings. Has as fine
white sulphur water an there Is in
the slate. Also good limestone witf
at rear of house. Also at the
same time nnd place, will sell anoth
er farm, containing 1C0 acres, lo
ruled about 5 miles south of Crab
Orchard, Ky., and known ns the
Atchison farm. This farm has a
o-room liou-c, a good apple orch
ard and a good many fine pencil
trees, nl-o a good deal ot fine win1
oak und some poplar timber.
The personal property consists of
two good milk cows, one of them
with calf, 13 yearling calves, seventy-five
chickens; 1 new riding dIow.
some old style furniture, 1 Cooking
stove, J heating stoves; chairs, ex
tension table, dishes, 'J feather beds,
and pillows, and munv other things
too numerous to mention.
TERMS OP SALE. On the real
estate one-half cash nnd balance in
three eipinl payments on one, two
and three years time, secured by
lieu notes. On personal property
sales, cash in hand. Sale to com--nee
nt 10 o'clock A. M. Saturday
August 31, 1912.
C. II. ADAMS. J. P. Chandler.
Given to Luckv Ohm, at Conclusion
Of H. M. & C.'s lr Sale.
A tienieudous ciowtt was preseut
l the store of Hughes, Martin &
Company on Saturday when the
drawing for the $10 in gold wa held
So. 3883 was the lucky one, and
Mrs. Clifton Powler wns the luckv
holder and drew the $f) in gold ns
iii st prize. Mrs. J. B. Wade, of tho
'"."I'ty. held the second number
J 77.1 which drew the second prize
of r2..ri() and Mrs. Fowler wax lucky
again und druw the number, 3384.
which called for the third prize of
The drawing for the lizes con
cluded what wns one of the most
-iiccessful sales over held in Stau
foiil. Jt was conducted under the
iiiniingeiiiciit of Mr. Marshall Mot
ley, and some splendid bargains
were offered, and taking ndvuntuire
of by discriminating buyers. Tho
sale was splendidly advertised both I
by bills atd in the paier, which, in
n huge measure accounts for its
"I was cured of diarrhoea bv one
dose of Chamberlain's Colio, Chol
era nnd Diarrhoea Remedy", writes
M. K. Gebhardt.Oriole, Pa. There U
nothing better. For sale bv Penny's
A, H. Jonrn, ( lit . ninujr, I'll u-n.
C'U vko In. htnillrd Folfy Cn.'i inr.ll
rli.c for m.njr jrr, ); "I comid-r
fiM Yil? Hon? anil Tr Compound hit
m rquat. and It lh on rouih ind1rlne I
rn rirommrnd ronltinlnr no mrcotln or
ottirr harmful proiwniM." The rrnuino iu
)flow parktir. Hhnfara and Taunrr.
E. Allen bought of Hannah ami
Elliott, 22 ewes for $3 er bend, one
calf from F, S. Hnnnnh for 10.0v.
one calf from T. Situs mor $12.
E. Allen sold to J. A. .Hobinsou
one bull, seven calves, price from
f 12 to $18 per head.
E. Allen bought of John Floyd one
calf for 913. He sold John Mcllee
one calf for .flO.
. T. Allen, of Georgetown, was
the guest of his brother, Mr. E. Al
J. W. Wilsiin was here from Mid
dleburg, on bii-iiiv-s last Friday.
E. Allen bought of James Mead
one calf for .$12.
Mr. Murphy, of Georgetown, in
visitintr Mrs. E. Allen.
8. T. Allen, of Georgetown, wan
heie Sunday ami Monday on busi
ness. Sixty Years "Ymhw ."
Tucsduy July 30, 1012, was the
COth birthday of Eld, Joseph Q.
Montgomery, and us n sunirise tb
Indies of tlu Christian church pre
wired n nice dinner for him und at
the noon hour people were coming
from nil directions .with baskets.
After u short devotional exercise bv
Eld. M. It. Gabbert, the nice crowd
was treated tv u splendid dinner.
Eld. W. G. Montgomery, of More
lund whose birthday comes on the
same day was present, llro. Mont
gomery was very thankful for the
thoughtful kindness of the oople.
Lincoln Ludn So. SO. r a A. II. bkIi In
tfalrd tommunlrallon en rarh lirtl and third
Mornlar nihu of tarh nonlli. at 7 n'clerk la
llu-lr ball on Main UrMl. Hlanlord. Kr. lira.
ten of r'-'rr KHIf-o frirU Imlud to to
prrarnt. 11. U. t'arprnur, 8relarr.
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J "e" :.UU Youth., '
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i 4. .sat an MilW'S - 1
wer be written
Start a bant account today
YOUNG man, the world lies before
you. You can be a millionaire just as
wefl as the local man about whom the above
was written. A bank account is the first step
Start today. Th smallest opening de
posit U heartily welcomed at this bank.
STATE BANK & TRUST CO.,
Capital $50,000. Surplus $500 Stanford. Ky.
W. L. MCCARTY, PrN. J. D. EADS, V-Prst.
t. L PENNY, V. PrN. J. S. RICE, V. Prts.
M. I. SALIN, CtsM. S. ALKRT PHIUIPt, A-CeY
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