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THE STANFORD INTERIOR JOUR NAL. STANFORD, KENTUCKY. TUESDAY, JUNE 4. 1912
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 $2.20 per 100 pounds. You
feed no other grain with this feed,
and three quarts to one gallon
makes a good feed. Order a sack
J. H. Baughman Co.
IV ITCHING SKIN
Relief in a Few Seconds
Yes, an itching, burning, irrigated
skin relieved tho moment Zcmo
touches it. Zeino is a clean, sol
ing, healing wash, composed of Thy
mol, Glycerine, Witch Hazel, Bor
ncic Arid nnd other medicinal heal
ing properties. Zemo relieves nnd
cures every form of. skin and scalp
eruption, nnd if you aw not entrrely
(satisfied with results from the very
.first bottle, druggists will refund
your money. Endorsed and sold in
Stanford by Penny's Drug Store.
J. C. McClary
UNDERTAKER AND EMIAI.MER
Office Phone 167. Heme Phwie 35.
Posted Fred Handorf.
For Sale. Lare tobacco bed.
Bowen Ooode. 44-2
On Monday. June the 10th 1912
(County Court Day) I will sell to
tho highest bidder, a splendid 3-ycar-old
pony, half Shetland, 52
inches high. Spotted, fine style
and action, perfectly gentle for la
dies or children to drive not afraid
of autos, city broke. Also a splen
did two seated ponv trap almost
new. Ponv trnD nnd harness will
be sold promptly at 11 o'clock. Lis
ten for Col. J. P. Chandler. W. P.
A few registered Tamworth pig"
for sale at real bargain prices. Send
for description circular. W. A.. Cof
fey & Son, McKitmey, Ky. 43-4p.
At James II. FullenwiderV sale of
registered Jersey cattle in Shelby
county, eighty-five head brought a
total of $9,320. Thirty-five cows
avernged $1G8,57, twenty heifers
$91.20 and twenty calves $32.50 The
highest priced cow was sold to Peter
Lee Atherton, of Louisville, lor
Insure your tobacco against loss
or damage by hail. $1.50 to $3.00
The foolish wav
ill wUWJr 'p1
There are two ways of saving your money the foolish way
nnd the wise way. The Foolish way is to put it wheie fire,
theft or other calamity can take it from you iu n second.
The Wise way is to put it in n bank of good fetanding like
ours, where it is taken c ire of in fire and burglar proof
vaults. Follow the example of the best business men nnd far
mers in this district stnrt an account here at once it is al
so the strnightest road to suecc-s and wealth.
STATE BANK & TRUST CO.,
l Mccarty, Pres. j. d. eads, v-Pres.
L. PENNY, V. Pres. J. S. RICE, V. Pres.
I. SALIN. Cashier. S. ALBERT PHILLIPS, A-Ca.sh'r
CINCINNATI AND RETURN
Sunday, june igui.
$ 1 IHTWJWJpl m
Lvt. JUNCTION, CITY 5:35 a,m.
ASK TICKET AGENTS FOR PARTICULARS.
Tho highest price since 1SS2 was
reached by beef in the wholesale
market iu New York Saturday when
it fold nt 13i cents a pound in bulk,
It is said to mcuu fiotu 1 1-2 to 2
cents a pound increase Tor prime
m ''at s nt tetail. Tho pnmnry cause
of the high prices, the wholesale
men f-n, is the continued scarcity
of cattle. Small retail dealers con
tinue to talk of ruination of their
business because consumer. are
greatly curtailing meat purchases.
John It. Veager sold a bunch of
1,200 pound ciittlo this Meek to Mr.
C. Johnston nt $o.50. Meier &
Huffman purchased from J. C. and
M. K. Allen, of Hustotiville, u bunch
of 800-pound cattle ut 4 cents. Advocate.
Monte Fox, of Danville, has been
buying some cattle nt Mt. Sterling ut
record prices. Josh O wings sold to
Monte Fox, seventy five head nt 8
cents a pound; A. L. Tipton sold to
C. C. McDonald, for the S. & S. Com
pany, sixty two head at 7 1-2 cents
.1 pound, and George G. Hamilton
sold '2lfi head extra fine nt $7.80 a
hundred. These prices are said to
be highest since the war.
F. M. Simms. who owns a 300-
acre farm on the Kentucky river a
iev miles above Tyrone, is the cham
pion blue gvass laiser of this sce
tion. He brought to this office Mon
day a sample, taken from a 150
ucre field, that measured three and
one-half feet in length. He has lent
ed the pasture to Danville parties
for grazing purposes, nnd savs that
frequently some of tho cattle get
lost from view in the high blue grass
William Carter sold his farm of
35 3-4 acres to J. M. McUraw. of
Danville, for $5,025. cash. This land
lies on the Lebanon road between
the farms of Messrs. Eldrich Beam
and J. It. Caldwell. Possession given
nt once. Mr. Carter then bought of
Mr. McGraw, his residence on East
Main stieet in this citv for $2,500,
nnd three vacant lots in Park Place
for $000. cash. Mr. Carter has
moved to the property and will re
side in this city. Danville Messen
ger. For Sale. My entire block of
single comb brown leghorns at fifty
cents each (to make room for grow
in? stock.) A bargain if taken at
once. Mrs. J. Mack Petrey, R. F. D.
No. 1, Waynesburg, Ottenheim Box.
I?. M. NEWLAND AGT. 43-tf
For Sale Second hand binder in
good repair. Sam Castello. 43-4p.
V. A. Lear, of Lancaster's enter
prising stockman shipped a car-load
of hogs to Hubbard, Hans and Itaga
dale, at Cincinnati. 120 in the con
signment, on last Wednesday, and a
second car of first-class porkers to
the same live stock firm on Thurs
day. The following nre some of Mr.
Lear's purchases for these big ship
ments: From J. II. Thompson 72
180-pound hogs at 7 cents per pound
from A. It. Denny 57 185 pound
porkers nt $7 per hundred; from
James Sanders 35 210-pound hog-,
ut the same price; from Thomas
Henry 20 185 pound nt 7 cents per
pound; from A. J. Mice 22 1G0 pound
porkers nt the same figure; from J.
W. Elmore 9 200 pound hogs at $7
A. C. Miles bought 20 175-pound
hogs from S. F. Brown for June de
livery ut 0 3-4 cents per pound.
J. C. Fox, a prominent Lancaster
trader, has ju-t letumed from Pu
laski county where he bought from
400 to 500 sheep, paving $3.50 per
head for the better grade; the great
er number of these Mr. Fox export
ed to Saddler and Co., nt Cincinnati,
the remainder were brought to Gar
rard county. Mr. Fox also bought a
huge quantity of wool fiom the Pu
Lnwoou nnd Brown bought 50
lambs from W. T. Noel nt 0 1-2
cents per pound. W. T Noel sold a
colt t i Mr. Simp-on in Lancaster on
rouit day for $100.
Ed nnd N. B. Price, of Gnrrr1,
bought 15 head of cattle from Lil
lard and Fox. of Danville, nt $28 er
W. A. Price, of Lancaster bought
15 head of cattle from a Boyle coun
ty stock iirm nt $28 pr head.
A. C Miles bought n five-months-old
cnlf from I. F. Brown for $20.
Miss Zann Breeding has returned
to Pcrryville, nfter n visit .to Misj
Mr. Kl!i Prcton Iins lcturocd
from n visit to friends in Lebanon.
Mr. Willinm Thnrp is in Spring
field, superintending the running of
i nvr mill.
Mr. John Nichols has returned to
lii home in Perr.vulle, nfter bavins
visited friends hete.
Mr. V.. It. Galhrenth Is visiting
her parents Mr. nnd Mrs. Jen
Knicht in Henry County.
Mi Jane Shelby has returned to
Danville, after a delightful visit t
Miss Larinia McGraw.
Mr. and Mrs. Chntles Hnrberson
have moved from Danville into one
ot Mr. it. S. Martin's houses, re
cently vacated by Mr. Ernest Rich
ardson. A railroad contractor from Arte
mus was heio this week and took
buck with him about 25 of the coun
ty's carpenters, laborers etc., to
work on n railroad extension nt that
Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Minor have
returned from Bradfordsville, where
they isited Mr. and Mrs. 0. J. Min
Mr. A. Tribble is having some
needed improvements made in and
about his hoteL
Prof. E. L. Grubbs, of Liberty, is
here partly on business nnd partl
to take his daughter, Miss Grubbs,
to Liberty with him.
The Embroidery Club meets Thurs
day afternoon with Mrs. J. R. Steele.
Prof Howard Breeding, of I.Try
ville, visited Mr. nnd Mrs. G. A.
Dunn from Saturday to Monday. He
came up on business.
Mr. nnd Mrs. S. M. bpoonnmore,
left for Stanford Saturday, where
they expected to visit his parents.
Mr. E. W. Thar;), of Brodhead, is
woikiug iu the telegraph office at
Shelby City, in the absence of M. II.
Sir. Thomas Bodner nnd family
expect to move to Louisville this
week, in which city he has secured
Mr. and Mrs. Hubert Roberts have
returned from Richmond, where they
were married and expect to go to
housekeeping in about one month.
Mr. Everett Owens has returned
from Paris, where he attended the
Knight Templar Conclave, and ex
pects to go to work in Danville,
where he will have the third trick
in the train dispatcher's office, in a
Miss Annie Timoney, of Danville,
took tho train here for Richmond
Satin da v, where she will visit her
siter, MNs Alice Timoney, who at
tends college in thnt city.
The Junior and Fieshnian classes
of the High School here will attend
the commencement exereie- nt Elm
wood Academy, iu Perryville, on
Thursday, after uhich they expect
to give a picnic on the classic shores
of hist oi ie Chaplin.
Mr. and Mrs. Crit Itiffc nnd
daughters, Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Riffe
and Mr. McCobb and daughter, of
lyione, Oklahoma, visited Mr. and
Mrs. John F. Routon on Suiula.v
coming over iu their automobile.
Mr. nnd Mrs. Joseph Adkhw and
children, nie in Lexington visiting
the former's biothcr Mr. James Ad
kins. Rev. Orcnr Minks, of Morelniul.
is viiting Mr. and Mr. C. T. John
Son. Miss Lnvinia McGraw is in Dan
ville, the guest of Mesdanies J. 1).
Shelby nnd Forres't Johnstone.
It is worse thnn useless to tnke
any medicine internttllv for muscu
lar or chionie rheumatism. All that
is needed is n free application of
Chan be i Iain's Liniment for sale bv
Pennv's Drug Store.
Do You Want a Silo?
This cut shows you what
we are now prepared
We haye one of 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.
"HAS NO EQUAL"
As a perfect feed for borses, mles, colts, jacks, dairy cows, calves, skeep aid
lanbs, bogs aid pigs, as an egg producer it is
A PERFECT FEED.
A I fORlV Mde from Ro,,ed 0at Cracked Corn, Alfalfa, Hay,
u .rV . Brewer's Grain and Pure Cane Molasses.
Alcorn is heavier in corn than Oatequal, and is the working horse's friend.
A Feed That Is All Feed.
Oatequal and Alcorn are cheaper to feed than oats and cost little by the bag
and less by the ton.
THE OATEQUAL CO., Columbus, Ohio.
J. H. BAUGHMAN & CO., Stanford, Ky.
DISCIPLES OF CHRIST DENY
ENDORSEMENT TO LEAGUE
Indiana Church With Two Hundred
Thousand Members Takes
Indianapolis Ind. (Special Cor
respondence to American Advance.)
At the Stnte Convention of tbo
denomination known as the Disciple-
of Christ, at Hammond. Ind., May
15, the church repudiated the Anti
Saloon League in the state. The ac
tion of this laive denomination U
significant, ns it is one of the larc
et in the state of Indiana, with a
membership of nearly 1200,000 and
with 730 preachers.
For years the church has indors
ed the League and has appointed
trustees to itisnt tl' church on
the League Hoard, but there has
been a growing sentiment for some
time past that the league thought
in.rre of raiding money thnn it did of
killing liquor traffic, and nlo that
it was little more, than n tail to the
Itepiiblicnn party kite in the state.
This is the first time thnt a large
denomination has assumed such nn
attitude towards the League in the
tatc of Indiana.
State Chairman V. W. Lough is n
member of the church and was a
delegate to the convention Adv.-lt.
Farming i well beffiiu nnd the la
thes arc verv busy gardening.
Kvert Oooch has been very ill but
is now recovering. Mr. Hoscic
Wheeler and wife Aero the guests of
his father last week.
The ieople of Olivo had a grand
celebration Decoration Dav.
Mr. C. I'nync nnd wife were visit
ing their son at Albia last week. Mr.
Wallace Oooch nnd brother nre
learning telegraphy nt home. Mr.
Dirt Orcut has been verv ill f.ir
some time. We are sorry to say that
he is not improUug.
Whooping Cough is not dangerous
when the cough is kept loose and
expectoration easy bv giving Cham
berlain's Cough Remedy. It has been
in many epidemics of this disease
villi perfect success. For sole by
0. I Penny.
The negroes of Cuba nre foment
ing a rebellion and U. S. marines are
protecting foreign roierty in the
Frank Farmer nnd Miss Virgie
Powder nnd Henry WiNon nnd Miss
Lnui'-e Damrel. were married last
week in Itockcntle.
Evervthlnq for the Stable.
coir. foil of the horse may be had
here. If vou need it halter, a blank
et, a ctirrv comb, n brush, u clippci
or any other m tide for the horse's.
toilet come lieie for it. You'
it as right iib can be both
use nnd the comfort of the horse.
J. C. McCLARY, Stanford. Ky.
We Carry the Best Paris Green
2 lbs .
Special prices on larger quantities.
PENNY'S, The Rexall Store.
io horse's j2
ou'll find ' f!
for youi l
will be paid for all
kinds of Produce,
Hides and Furs.
See us before you sell, get
price in country or delivered.
H. B. Northcott
Car of Adrian Wire
Fence Just Received
We have several second
hand Buggies for sale
E. T. Pence