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THE INTERIOR JOURNAL STANFORB, KENTUCKY, FBI DAY. AU8UIT 23, HI2
To Whom It Mny Concern. Notice
is hereby given flint I will npply to
tho Board of Prison Cipimissioncrs
for n parole from the Frankfort
penitentiary. .Tcsc Stewnrt. 07-3t
arm of Omo Citt or lioirno. ,
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T"ak J. cmtiit ntkM oath ttiftt hr mfer
ttnart ot the Arm of r. J. chixit A tt, 1oln
buninna la tlM Cltf ot Tolrdn. County and Piatt
atoiraakt. and thai aakl arm will par In mm ot
ONK llUNtiRKU DOLLARS ft wh and vfrr
rata ot Oatamk tkal einaot b cuird kr In ua ot
liu.'i CATiaaH Ccat.
' FRANK J. CHENEY.
Sworn to btoni Bi and mbarribnt hi mr prraraww
thM ith day ot IMnmlKr, A. l.. !?.
I A. W. ULKAROX.
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Itall'l raurrh Cur U lakrn tntrrnallT and art
dlrrfilr upon the blond and muroua aurtacra ot tba
mum. SMid tor twrtlmontaia. firn
r. 1. CHENEY CO.. Toledo, O
Pold br all nnmtnta. tie.
Jala liaira ramllr ItUa Mr eoojtlpatkn.
For Sale Privately. Farm of 105
acres, in high state ot cultivation,
nnd well located. Address Lock Box
J 10, Stanford, Ky.
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Scott lotnn , MeowilWM N J IJ-J
With the Same Hope of Success.
That motorist nnd I but UK saved his money I did not. HE
lives hi old ago in luxury, with automobiles nnd servnnts I nm
nearly starving on tho world's wrap heap. We had the same
Header, sae while there is yet time.
Oiiett n hank account here today
A dollar will be sufficient.
STATE BANK & TRUST CO.,
Capital $50,000. Surplus $500 Stanford, Ky.
w. l. Mccarty, Pre.
6. L. PENNY, V. Pre.
M. 8. SALIN, Cashier.
J. D. EADS, V-Fres.
J. 8. RICE, V. Pres.
S. ALBERT PHILLIPS, A-Cath'r
Service nt the Presbjtcrinn
church Sunday August -.". Bible
school nt 9:30. Morning service nt
11 o'clock. Subject: "Thou Shalt
Xt I'ovet." Obedience from The
Ileart."' Young peoples' meeting nt
7 o'clock. I'nion service nt 7:30.
Of Real Estate and Personal Prop
erty Saturday. Aua. 31, 1912
Farm and Steele Notes
Yearling- Shropshire bucks for
sale. W. C. White, I'arksviUe. C4-4p
For Sale One half interest in 17
acres of corn, near McKinney, Ky.
If interested, call or address Elihu
Miracle. McKinney, Ky. C7-lp
Tor Sale. 15,000 tobacco sticks
J. A. Ghcin, McKinnov. Ky. 04-tf.
For Sale 150 extra nice ewes,
just in from the mountains. A. T.
Por Sale. Aberdeen Angus cat
tle both sexes; mules from colts to
four ynr olds; thoroughbred boars
ready for service. It. II. Crow,
Shelby City, Ky, Ky., phone 8 two
Short Local News.
rings, Junction Ex.
Stray sow came to my place,
Owner can set same b paying for
keep and this ad. Jas. Messer Go-3.
Now is the time to give your or
der for fertilizer. I have Swift, Ar
mour and Globe. Get prices. E. T.
Fnrm for Bent. l.'io acies, a
beautiful homo 3 uiilc-t from the
Boyle county court house on the
L-ancuter roiul. Apply immediate
ly to J. It. Yetiger, Danville, Ky.
Fin- Sale. Loose hay $13 per ton
A. V. Carpenter. Morclaud, Ky.
2 icgistered TmuiwoiUi Hoars, 1
Kentucky wheat thill, real cheap, 30
900 to 1000 pound cattle, rood grade
40 yearlings and calves. I also have
4 sows and pig nnd a lot of stock
hogs that will be sold to the bigb
ost bidder at W. II. Munmv's hide
Aug. 2Sth 1912. W. A. Coffey, Mc
Sunday servicer t t'he Baptist
church. The pastor J. B. Jones will
preach nt the morning hour 10:45
Sunday school nt 0:45, B. Y. P. U.
at 6:45. Union service at 7:45 nt the
Pressing, cleaning and repairing
of mens' and ladies' biiito, promptly
done nt II. J. McKoberts' store.
Why nre Sue Bennett Memorial
school mduntes always successful?
Because they acquired character n8
well as ability. (ili-10.
Bcv. John Cliristopherson and
Bio. G. O. Mills will conduct ai
reries of meeting at Tnmersville,
which began Monday, 19th.
Mf farm of 75 acres, his' outside
the city limits of Crab Orchard, Ky.
This farm has a good 9-room house
nnd good out buildings. Has ns fine
white sulphur water as there is in
the stnte. Also good limestone water
nt rear of , house. Also at the
same time nnd place, will sell anoth
er farm, containing lGti acre, lo
cated about 5 miles south of Crab
Orchard, Ky., nnd known ns the
Atchison farm. This fnrm has a
5-room house, n good npplc orch
ard and n good many fine peach
trees, also a good deal of fine wb''
oak and 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 nlow,
some old style furniture, 1 cooking
stove, 2 henting stoves: chairs, ex
tension tnblc, dishes, 2 feather beds,
and pillows, and many other things
too numerous to mention.
TERMS OF SALE. On the real
i-tate one-half cash and balance in
three eqtinl payments n one, two
nnd three years time, secured by
lien notes.' On personal property
snles, cash in band. Sale to com-
nce nt 10 o'clock A. M. Saturday
August 31. 1012.
C. II. ADAMS. J. P. Chandler.
For Sule. A second linml organ
in srood condition. Apiih to Dr. J.
F. Pcvton. 07-3.
Insure with the leadliw
panics. Fish & Bremlev represent
them. All lines.
god as new;
Apply to Mrs
. T. L.
All members of the Baptist church
are requested and urged to be pres
ent at next Shnduy morning's 10:45
service; important matters to be
For Sale. Two sows and piss.
Mis. Annie Hackley. Hlnnford, R-2.
The Demorest Comedy Co., are
playing a weeks' engngement mi
Xunnelley's lot near the depot. High
class comedies and dramas nre pre
sented each night with n feature
vaudeville between acts. Tho com
pany is nn excellent one nnd de
serving of n full tent each night.
PRIVATE SALE OF
FINE BLUE GRASS FARM
' As 1 wish to quit farming. I will
offer for sale privately my highly
improved farm of 200 acres, lying
on thte Liberty turnpike one mile
south of Hustonville, Lincoln coun
tv Ky. The land is ery fertile,
will grow anything to perfection,
that is cultivated in Central Ken
tucky. In the best neighboihood in
The place has on it a mansion
house of ten rooms, with nil neces
sary outbuildings, conveniently lo
cated. There are two comfortable
tenant houses. There are 3 large
cisteins, 3 wells mid numerous nev
er failing mnings. There are 3
stock bams, and two tobacco barns.
The fencing is first-class and much
of it new. AUo a silo of 180 tons
japacity, a first class scales. Two
hundred acres nre now in grass.
Good orchard. Terms easy.
T. L. CARPENTER. Hustonville. Ky
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3729-31 W. Broadway, Louisville, Ky.
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SKIN ONLY, guaranteed to saltsfy of money refunded, toe or 3 bart'i$c at all dealers, Retail, who art sup
plied thru all wholesale dealers.
Tin- liny crop in this part of the
county is So very abundant that we
don't know whnt to do with it. Mr.
f t t 1
j. i'. r.ans cm ninety live ucrcs,
nnd nfter filling nil hi barns nnd
stuckiug three or four hundred
stacks, nnd still so much that is al
most giving the hay away.
Mrs. Allen Bui lis and son lire
spending u few weeks nt Atlantic
Mr. Bona McKcelniie, of Stanford
camp up Friday evening nnd remain
ed over until Saturday to attend to
Mrs. Charlie Pile, of near McKin
ney. was hcie shopping Saturday.
Miss Angie Carpenter is visiting
friends nt Emiiinnce, Ky.
Miss Marguerite McCorinnck is
visiting her sister, Mrs. J. . Woods
of Stanford, for the K. of P. fair.
Clinton Bnstiu nnd Dr. O. S. Wil
liams motored, In Lexington Wejl-
Miss Florence Epperson, of Me.
Kinney, was here shopping Thurs
day. Rev. Iluey, of Somerset, was lute
Mr. nnil Mrs. Horace Itolioti, of
Lawrenceburg, are guest- .if Dr. and
Mrs. Tom Bohou.
Mis.-es Bessie and Allie Yantis, of
Lancaster, weie gnesls of Miss Bes
sie Riffe iast ttcck.
Mr. Jones Buughiuan and son, of
Moicland, were beie for n few hours
.Mr. mid Mrs. H. M. Tate and MNs
Margaret McCorinnck and Clinton
Bnstiu attended hc Biodhead fair
Miss Roberta Onnstead has re
turned to her home at Louisville, af
ter u short stay with Rev. and Mrs.
.Mr. and Mrs. Ilarrv I). flihhs nn,l
little daughter arrived Tinirs.l.iv
from Manila, P. I. to visit her aunt
Mrs. Hi-Ion Huffman.
-Mrs. Frank Mansfield, of Lex
ington, is the guest of t'ol. ami Mrs.
W. R. Williams.
Mr. mid Mr. Orie Wme and chil
dren, of Covington, visited Mr. H.
R. Camnitz last week.
Mr. mid Mrs. Nathan Pipe's nnd
son are moving to town and will oc
cupy the house vwned bv Dr. J. C.
Barker, of East Main.
Mr. Doc Dr.e left Sundav for
Columbia to be tlier,- nn.l ,.'..( ....
judge dining tho fair.
-Mis Allie Slng is the guest of
friends in tunii this week.
Msse.s Siisn ami .Mary North,
spent last week in Lexington, nt
tondit g tile fair.
lr. Edward Alcorn bus returned
from a biisiiu-.s trip to Harriiiinn,
Misses Margaret and Sara .Mat
thews, of Lexington, have arrived to
visit Mi-s Lois Willi-.
Mi's. Wilhllll Diiiim unit .l..i...lilu..
arc .'iiests of Jn, iv, Truvlur in' '
St mi ford. " !,'"m
,Mr. John A. Soutlierlnnd, of Lex
ington, was the gue-t of Mis, Alice
Lynr, last week.
Ir. and Mr.s. Call Wheeler. Lex
baby, of Lexington, nic the guests
of Mr. nnd Mrs. Thus. Wheeler.
freshmcnU were served to the fol
lowing: Mises Gertrude nnd Snrn
Hichnrdson nnd Messrs,1 Louis Al
stott pnd Frank Powell, of Junction
City, Mioses Blnnche Bnrnett, Zuln
and Sadie Ends, Messrs. George nnd
Orn Burnett. Dunn Snndidgc, vt
Hustonville, Mr. Walter Murphy, "I
McKinney, Messrs. Julian Tnrking
ton, Wilbur nhd Clarence Tucker, of
Pnrksville. Mr. Brock, of Cincinnati
Mr. t'recpbriiin. of New lurk City,
Miss Adclin Stivers, of Louisville,
Mises Murphy, of Liberty, Misses
Eva Moscr, .Mabel JlcClurc. Kell
Ellis, Ethel l'.His, Annie Reynolds,
Luln B. Rout, Lelia Belle Jone,
Etta Mjers, Mnry Hnn.nn. Minnie
Mnreuin. Kate Hnnson, Bess Pur
d.rni. Corn Reynolds Lorn Reynolds
Mvrtlc Beiulcy, Alice While, Min-
rile Pniitt nnd Messrs. Wnter Moser
Geo. Hubbard, Olt Myers, Millnrd
Hubbard. Jess Rout. Mr. Ernest
Ford. Ben Pruitt. John Burkett,
Alcnr Wcddlc. Will Bmketl, Emmis
MeClure. Ashley Burkett Edwin
Whitcneck, Dean Timbcilake of this
Adveitie your sale in Hie I. J.
More farmers rend it than nny
other country pifper in the stnte.
Nichols and Shepiird (.0., pltff v
B. O. Russell, deft.
Pursuant to 11 judgment of the
Lincoln circuit court rendered nt its
May, 1912 term, in nbove styled nc
liiin. the iindersiuneiT Commission
er will on MONDAY, SEPT. 9. 1912
(Cmntv Court Dny) nt nboiit 1:30
P. M., nt the Court House door in
Stnniord. Ky., offer for Mile to the
highest nnd 'best bidder the follow
ing described property: one Nichols
and ShcKiid Company llUiorse
power compound traction cmime
complete, shop number 0 1187; ne
Nichols Sc Shepnnl Company grain
separator with 28 inch cylinder. ;U
inch icar coinpieie. sno .m. jwi.
with nil lippuiteliances belonging,
nl-o one cmivas driving belt, 110
feci long and 0 inches wide, one set
bund feed parts, one Kussell saw
mill with snw and nil belts, tools
mid fixture, belonging to same. rnui
ii).. Mill lie niiidf on creilit ot "
days and purrhuser to execute bond
with approved personal siircij ior
purchase price, payable to Commis
sioner, nnil iiennng inint-si m ;
of 0 ir cent ter nnnum from date
f -ale until piud. and same 10 uac
force nnd effect ot judgment. Aug.
1912. E. D. PENMMnw.N.
IS-3F M- ' ' l- :-
NO ONE STItONQCR THAN HIS STOMACH,
The celebrated Dr. ASernetlir ot tendon ii Crml nf Ik. nalaSmi aka ,
deri ot the itoin.cli were the moat prolific anuree el hutiHMi sffmcMt In (tiifal. A
recent medics! writer taytt "erary (edi!, .motion smI slsttlati repeits M Mm
rtnmaeh (Mirmtih Mm system cf ntrrra) ond Mm MemMti m sfMf4 MtortHnilr,
libtMcMtir'of Mm Mr ." It. eetMi, " so we miffi
aald to live (Mrtu.cA) the stomach," He roes on to show that the atomaeh M
the vital center ol the bodr. For weak atontaoha ami the consequent iintiettiea
or drtpepila, and Mm mullituda ot varioua diataaea thleh rrH MMratroa, sm
medicine can be better suited at curative aiat than
Dr. PIcrci'B Golden M4teml Dlaterery.
"Vrp-rnl months iwo I anfferod from aanvern psln rlithi
tinder tho .roat-ii)iiiV, riles Miw. II. M. M unmet, or
Coroni, tallf. "Had ii(TitisI from It, off and on, for v
rral yonr. I nloiiirrrl fmrn henrt-burn, did not know
what was tho matter with me. I tried several medicine
lint tlu'rdld me no nul. l'lnalljr. I waa told ll wa m
liver. I did tint dnti) to eat a It timdn nm wurc. When
ever I swallow nl anything It womnl that I wonld faint It
hurt fo. I rn-w vry lliln nnd weak from not cntlna. Was
fiiM to tnlo, Mr. I'inrr.'a llnldmi Medical IMVcnvrry. t baik
"" iuie 01 ii, ami coiiiu ti-ei mym-it Betting ln'tter rrom
tho tint tlow.i IroiiMeatallltln without pain and gntw
Mnitit fan To-t!ny 1 am utrong and well aisl can do a big
ilijr work with can. Cnn eitiverythliiK nnd have put nt
MmUuimi. l'lorco. IIolioi my l iJylnit pr'ltiulo."
Messra. Loui.s Kinnuird, of Paint
Lick and Mr. Albert Moscr, of Sun
blight. Tcnii., who nro boarding at
the White Hotel gave 11 lawn fete
in honor of a number, of their
friends at that place. The lawn
I will, on THURSDAY. AUG. 29,
1912, commencing lit 10 oclock A.
M., ut my lnrm, one mile cast 01
Crab Orchard, sell the following de
scribed proH!rty, towit:
One good biood mare anil con,
that is perfectly sate for ladies to
drie: one good work horse, 4 jears
old; one 2-year-old combined har
i.i.ss 1.11.I saddle hor.se. nlo a lot of
other vouiig horses and mules.
Two extra fine Jersey milk cows,
one will be fiesh the 15th of Sep
tember, the other the 9lb of Novem
ber; 15 head of young cattle, al.-o
some Jersey heifer. A bunch of
ewes, ftoni 1 to 4 v-ars, old.
1.-. lien.- of good corn. 1 mowing
machine, buy rake, 1 turning plow.
1 1 cultivator, 1 .double-shovel plow.
allien plow. '1 section Iianow, 1
heller, 1 parr scales, 1 com
grinder, 1 wagon and harness, 1
1 buggy and harness, 1 suriey nnd
harnc-s, 1 Ibrcc-liorn ide saddle,
good as new, I man's saddle. 1 fine
tirgnn, good as new; 1 new Princess
diessiT 1 bed loom suit, 1 chiffoii
iir. (i rockers, 14 dining chairs, 2
dining tuble, 2 kitchen tables, 1
ook stove with all utensils, 1 good
kitchen safe, 3 extra bed steads, 1
new .uiitary couch, 1 good clock,
"1 stand tables, 1 good washing inn.
chine and wringer, 100 fruit jars.
'KM) chickens nnd ninny other things
too numerous to mention.
Ladies especially invitde. Terms
was Iienutllll IV deenratpd with Inn. 1
torus and with the tiliMimmt unmmnr uuiile known on dav of sale
breeze made the evening nn enjoy-1 R. L. LUCAS, Crab Orchard.
nble one. At the proper time re- Col. J. P. Chandler, Anct.
I will sell to the beet and highest bidder, at my farm four
miles from Stanford, on the Hustonville pike, on
Wednesday, Aug. 28, at 10:00 a. m.
the following stock, crop and farming implements:
12 Brood Mares, 7 registered in A. S. H. A., including the
The Name FISH D. BROMLEY
in Insurance, means
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The most up-to-date form of policy
No troublesome conditions
The best equipment for serving policy-holders
FIRE, LIFE, SICK and ACCIDENT, LIVE STOCK,
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The Man Behind the Gun at Brodhead
noted Lady Dare 2263.
1 Stud colt, 3 years old, sub
ject to registration
S Mule Colts-3 mares, 2 horses
1 pr 16-hand Horse Mules
4 and 6 years old
2 Jennets, 2 and 4 years old
5 Durham Cows-good milkers
5 Calves, 2 of them fine Bulls
1 3-year-old fine black Bull
2 two-year-old !Mules
3 Geldings, 4, 5 and 9
2 fine Jacks, 6 and 9
3 Filly Colts
40 Ewes and 2 Bucks
14 Short yearling steers
2 yearling Heifers
About 500 bales of hay
TERMS--A1I sums of $25 and under, cash in hand; over
that amount, nogotiable note, payable) in bank, 4 months
from date, with interest
W. H. MURPHY,
T. D. ENGLISH, Auctioneer.
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Evcr. body's talking nbout the i
great success of the Biodhead fair f
this .ear. The above is u fair like
ness of Secretary A. M. Iliiilt. who
piolmbly hud imrre to do with mnk-j
ing it a big winner thuii nuv other
Mr. Iliiilt is one of the young men
who an- doing things in Kentucky
n the present day. He taught for
two j cars in the common school, of
Kockcastle, alter completing lus
education, then went to Louisville'
nnd took a business course, and af
ter graduating was associated three I
year with the Strtttton-TrtiK
Uurdwarn Co. He returned to Bock
custlt in 1907 to nccept the place tit
Assistant Ciishier of the Citizens
Hunk of Broilhcail, mid in 1910 was
elected 'iibier to succeed J. W.
llutchcsou. Ho is proving one of
the best bank men ever known in
Kockciislle, nnd takes a lending part
in every public enterprise. He is
married, having wedded Miss Lillie
Smith, daughter of It. L. Smith, n
nroinincut farmer of Hinlt.
Secretary Hiatt wants thei. J. to
thank the Lincoln coiujty people for
the'rr patronage and good will nnd
invites them nil buck again next
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