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EVERY TUESDAY AND FRIDAT HUSTONVILLE A SQUIRE McKECHNIE DIES OF HEART TROUBLE i SOMERSET MURDERER. Makes Desperate Attempt to Escape STEPPED MATCH STEAM ROLLER AND BURNED TO DEATH Mr. A. I). McKinncy sold his farm But Drys Claim Many Are Fraudu- located Edqar Cosby Meets Fearful Fate on the cLte of town to Mr. Wheel Comes Off Buaqy and Horse lent And Others Obtained Kicks Dashboard Out While While Filling Automobile With Ii. Af. Tate for $3,250. Possession Pulaski murderer, resiJames Ellis tho J. F. Holtzclaw, a former Thro Misrepresentation. Carrying Dynamite. will be jriven the 15th of October. Gasoline at Lancaster. by who wim given h' death sentence dent o Lincoln, and well known We're very glnd to hnve Mr. nml a Lincoln county jury, made ii here, got the "hooks thrown into Petitions front each precinct in. Bonn McKechnie, son of Sliigis-trnt- e .Tho sudden dcnth of Squire Jtracs uttempt to escape from tin Edgar Cosby, who hns been driv- him" move at tlio republican convention tho county, signed in the aggregate Mrs. Tate will to our city nnd we Jntucs McKechnie, of the HubMcKechnie, nt lus homo near Hub-1.1- iail nt Somerset where Iio is confined hope they be pleased with, their ing the oil and gasolino wagon for ble section, bears) a nharmeJ life. at five oVIock Thursday morn- - on last Sunday night. A dispatch Jcssa Sweeney, of Lancaster, agent in Lancaster last Sal ui Jay when a by J883 names were filed Moudny new location. candidnle was nominntcd to oppose in the county by Geo. D. Floring shocked the entire community, from Somerset tells of the affair n While currying 50 sticks of dynaMiss Anne lor the Standard Oil Company in John M.. t'arru for tlio legislature, ence, attorney owirt Cook Huffman, of mid enmo with the uddcniicss find follows : for the Wets, asking Lexington, mite in his buirgy from Lancaster Sonieivset. Mad Deputy Jailer this section, died nt two o'clock nt hns returned to bcr unexpectedness o a thimdetchip in election, in Lincoln county ou to his home lasts week to blast sotnn Johnson been a few minutes Inter the hospital in Lancaster Thursday uccordiiu; to reports on all sides for an n clear shy. December 18 to say whether or not home from it delightful visit to her court day. celU rock for a fence a wheel came off Squire SlcKcchnie died nfter ix last night in investignting the under morning, as a result of bums sus- there ou unloons shnlL be licensed in this uunt, Mrs. Helen Huff man. which James Ellis, who is the vehicle, the horse became frightIt is claimed by friends of Mr. county nguin- few hours' illness of henrt trouble. in Mesdumes Priscilht Dryc and ened and kicked tho dashboard to of A. tained when he stepped on n match tnken (tick nbout midnight, denth seutene for the minder be nt while filling the nutoi.iobilc of D. W. Iloltzcbtv that ho hud a larger folThe total number of signatures .lie was is kept, Ellis would Week Reid are guests nt Elixir this splinters, and tlio dynumitc wns lowing at the convention than Mr. obtained is vonsiderably over tho 25 nnd suffered it hemorrhage, lI,cr J. Heatty, scattered up nnd down the road for expired Inrgo today, as two bnrs of his coll .Malum w.th gasoline lit Lancaster Dozicr, who wns nominated, but per cent of tho vote .which he snnk '.fust nnd each precinct Wednesday afternoon. in and four Mr. and Mrs. Charles Lutes were 100 yards, several sticks breaking pcncefully nnd quietly just before had already been sawed Young Cosby was just 20 years of that Chainnun of the convention, nnd the wets claim to have almost ynwhlndcs and a bottle of ncul were iu two when thrown out of the bug- the break of dny. With him nl the j 50 per oeni of tho vote in the coun,u town jor u lew hours Wednesday. when ago and the sou of E. C. Cosby one Mr. It. 11. Batsou, run tho "steuiu by Jol.n-.r- n y. ict nary a stick went off und his wire, bis son bona and found in his cell me we e ty. Judgo Builey will pass upon tho A good crowd attended the J. S. he went to the cell where Ellis ami ol Hie must prominent residents of roller' over him, just like O'Rear young SlcKcchnie who hung to tlio t.ther relatives and loved ones. Ills Junction City and a relative ot the did Helburn and other aspiring can petition next county court day. Oct. Carpenter sale Wednesday, and ev- lines to keep the animal from runprisoner are incarcerated. life went out. as he hnd lived for another Deputy Sheriff George Wuddle Jltlls of this county. Ho was well didates ut the republican stute con J. when the election If called, will erything sold well. Sir. John ning away and waa literally ou top three seme ycnr, nt peace with God purchased tho farm. and vicinity, vention. It is further claimed that have to be ordered. was jriven n tip at a late hour last known in Stanford of the dynamite throughout tho .mil mnn. The drys who itre organizing for The Misses Houchins, of Elixir making tho trip here with the oil Mr. Dor.ier is not qualilled to be the overnre heard deep ex- night by a friend, who had in the wi.goi. uhout twico a week. He had nominee in Garrard having moved the fight, immediately had copies tiprings, were in towu for a while whole, escnpcd. eiuue out of the exOn every sido perience uncnthed. conversation earlier pressions of sorrow nnd surprise nt heard a night, which lead him to believe an been in Stanfoid Wednesday and into that county from the mountains made of the signatures to the petit- Thursday. Hnrry SInybrier, of Lancaster. the suddenness of his taking off. Ho ittempt Would be made bj Ellis to one of tho last customers to whom less thnu ii year ago. ions, und will investigate the legality Sir. Juson Wesley, of Danville, who started out with SIcKechnio in was with his friends in town lute liberate himself. Tho friends of Mr. Holtzclatv nre ol many of them, it is understood. wns here Wedneduy on business. be delivered gasoline was the Interthe buggy, jumped for dear life when Wedncnhiy afternoon, and man very "sore" titer the mutter und Their lenders clnini that in some of G. ('. RilTe has purchased nn Over- the wheel came off and rnn down Waddle went at onre to Jailer ior Journal. him upon looking bct-lI'oiitrrntuliitcd According to a telephone mes- luiny of them say that they will the recinets the nnms of men land automobile from Cecil, of Dan- the load as fust as his legs could .Wnl Silvers nnd ndtised him of the than he had for months nnd he fact and Deputy Jailer Johnson was sage from Lancaster, Cosby had just tote for Mr. Farm, whose friends appeared on tho petitions who have ville. carry him while listening; for tho ex iiid that he felt better. The Squire Kilt on eunr.I. He won discovered filled the gasoline tank in front of say he is sure to win tinjwny. The t.eeu dead for some time, or have Sir. Hurry Jacobs, of SlcKir.ncy, plosion ho thought was coming. had not been a welt man, however, the men at work. the store of Ilaselden Brothers and democrats in Garrard were never moved out of the county. It hns was in town Wedaisday. SlcKcchnie had the box contuiu-ingtli- e Miss Jessie Cook, who has been Miner the European trip he took with dvnamite iu the bed of the The cell was searched and the Mil carrying n can full from his in better shape and suy that they ii No been reported to them, that a mouths ago, when four saws nnd a bottle of acid were wagon to (he nuto of I). W. .Malum, will not only elect Farra hut will number of the men who signed the visiting her cousin, Sliss Anna Rcid, vehicle between his feet and when wife, n few the duys found secreted. The authorities are the petitions did so through inisrepre-t-entntiolias returned to her home iu Nash- the dashboard gave way he was pull n for the first time since drummer, nf Dan- carry the county for MeCrearj. One of the largest ville, Tcnn. and most .t his bovhood, he visited the place investignting a clue as to who slip- ville, when he stepped upon a match some men, whoso signacd over the explosives by tho plungStessrs Jcre Adams, W. D. Nnvc, ing horse. The box of dynamite tiltof his biith in dear old Scotland He ped the .aws and acid to the pris" lying in the street. A small pool of satisfactory public sales held in this tures weie sought being told that this had been taken ill on the ship en oners and how it was done. gasoline had dripped from the can part of the state ... year was that- they were signing it petition for n J. W. Hoskins and Doo Childcrs ed and the sticks rolled out on tho .. ioiiIp home, nnd much of the pleas.vent to Harrodsburg Wednesday pike, yet none was jarred sufficientIt is probable that Judge Bcthur-in- . as the fluid was being poured into ol the estate ot Win. A. Hitrton, ol stock law election, etc. country I The drys desire to have every mnn afternoon to a speaking. They ly to cause it' to explode else tho ure of Ins visit to tho old will send Ellis to Danville or the machine and this instantly Gnrriird, conducted, last Wednesday conweek at his late home by W. B. and who will hnve his nnme removed drove over in Sir. Adams' car. was marred by his subsequent tale would have been a different one. Lexington for safe keeping. He was rnught fire from the match. Csl Sirs. Daniel Trajlor is the guest finement to his bed and illness while kept in the Danvilio jail prior to his wns wearing a suit of overalls, which It. L Burton, the administrators, j from tho list, do so at once by Squite SlcKcchnie father of tho cam.' from nil over Centrnl fying Judge Bailey. They will not of Sirs. W. I). Dunn for a few days. voutm man. went white when thev there. I pon his return, however, he trial and conviction here last week. hnd become oiled soaked ill his wotk considerably nnd Sfiss Fay Peyton, of Ellishurg, finally got home nnd told of tho seemed to improve and the bl.ue ran all over him. He Kentucky for the big event and it have the list published until the list happenings of tho attemoon. hud been gnimng Ilesli constant! started to run. but several men win estimated thnt it crowd of fill- - hns been thoroughly purged nnd cv-l- y v;as here Thursday. 1,800 were on hand, and nil were cry mnnV nnme off who does not wus congratulated on all Sliss Edna Camuitz is visiting caught him, realizing hi- - ureal dansince being tit home ugntn. He M nf n'l ornamo bWx I...,, here sister, Sirs. Walter Vanarsdale sides for his miraculous escape for cer, nnd throwing him down wrap veil tnken cure of. The tidal sales wish it to remain there. CUPID'S CAPERS. it can he regarded as nothing short to over 13,000. Live ped him quickly with coats and oth- Amounted Both sides, it is understood, nre near Danville. affection for many years, however, Milton SIcCormack is in Lexing- of miraculous that dynnmitc should to effect a strom? or- ui.d expe.ied to .It in lh maimer er garments, endeavoring to stnoth-i- r stock of nil kinds sold well for Mr. ffottiiiff w hurton hnd a choice assortment und canization, mnke n hard fight to win ton this week. be so tossed about and fail to go off. out the bln7e. This was not lis did Her many friends here will he inRev. W. S. Willis attended tho until he had been very 'the buyers knew they were getting 'the election. James McKechnie. I ns stated, wit terested in tit following, from the Win' i iiuile JUMBO CAMP MEETING. i bundny school convention at Frankto n I1III1VP til o...ii... OVWiW.lli. badly burned, however, and inhaled good Muff. Cattle sold from wedthis Carlisle Advocate, telling of the ir.VJ by the head; nged mules went CRAB ORCHARD FACULTY fort lust week. a voung boy. his 'atucr came to and ding of Miss Mnry .Morton Arnold, much of the flames. The camp meeting ut Jumbo on ,ut from $125 to $207.50; yearling Clarence Alstott, of Ellisburg, .country, and with im child, daughter of Rev. and Mrs. W. E. When removed to the hositnl it wns found that his mules from $100 to $155: brood Fntertalnc Friends nnri Pntrnnc nf wns here Friduy in his new Slnx- - (trcen river cume to a close lnt wife settled in Wnvno (Vint v. wneic Arnold, to a .Mr. Dorsey. The paSunday evening, Sept., 10th. We well automobile. flesh had been so biidly cooked that wares sold well nt from $100 to lie o.eruted a mill lor a .lumo.r l per says: School With Reception. Miss Ada SlcHargue, of Tyrone, think there was great good done venrs. About fifteen yenw ago, tlio rcal innsses came ott with tho $175: mule colts fiom $00 to $117.50 One of Carlisle's prettiest wedSquire moved to Lmcoli cuuiitv. dings was solemnized nt the Metho- burned clothes when they were re- ;.)im Bnughmnn getting the pick of The Interior Journal kindly gave Oklahoma, is visiting friends and though the visible results wero not H'-M- e what we hnd hoped for. We wero whore ho bought a farm in lb.; church last Thursday afternoon moved from him. The voting man the hunch offered nt the top price, space Inst week to a description of relatives here. dist but Steer calves of which there were lhe hnnl letc fAvm by the primary Sirs. Joo Barker and children, of handicaped throughout tho meeting sclion. and raised lus family. uniting in marriage. .Mr. Howard did not lose consciousness, citUenslnp, hone io .Mimes teacher. Miss Mnrv Collins, nt the Asheville, N. C, nre with Sir. und on account of Rev. Wilson, the song A man of sturdy Dorsev to Miss Mnrv .Mor- game'y sto.Hle the agony, mini tue C 7. co.isccr.it.. Anderson evangelist failing to get there. Tho ton Arnold. The church was beaiiti-lull- y Hid came. KvcrWhiiiir missililc that . c of Mr. nnd Mrs. W. D. Edmis- - Sirs. A. B. SIcKinney. :,h the dns are long. .' .lw.7 .' , SI. Myers attended the order through the entire meeting wns r,ve UTe huuSirs. , to the sfrty.olid ileo.atrd a huge hank of hand- medical science mild suggest was brought $1)0 to Christum and esteemed and bcl.n.d Httlc folks of rood. We tire expecting by tSie t the heap l.y nil who knew bun. he was select- some evergreen plants being formed done for him, hut lie was hiirued too dtvil barrels ,,f Cla, Orchard graded school. Now S. S. convention at Frankfort. represent nrmiiid the ehanel. Bromptly nt 2 badly. James Hnll wns in Danville on grace of God to build up n perma ..i ..t T...U '" by his neighbors t ed s. romes a report of the reception .......... Iln. i.ikpiiIii fiscal couil. o'clock the bridal party entered the His father and other relatives . C. Fish, nent camp at that place nnd by next Tuesday. Paint Lick. .. i... i. C.i r ,i Sliss Slinme Dinwiddle, of Lou- vear we expect to have cottages mid for two terms had served then church to the strains of Slendels-sohn- s from Junction City hurried to his and niece, Mis, Calvine Mnsou. of hist Friday afternoon, pursuant to faithfully and isville, is with the horaefolks for n built and have campers on the wedding marchc rendered hv side and were with him when the Richmond, were guests of Mr. and the following invitation: and the taxpayers ground. Bros. Wnldridge nnd (Mrs. W. S. Fish nnd family last He was a leading member it Miss Ida Howard and who very end came. well You are cordially invited to meet lew duys. did some fine preaching. HubbleChristinn church and it softly played Annie Laurie during Sir. Jesse 1). Wearen, of Stanford, the blaze from the week. Meanwhile ;lhe the faculty of Crab Orchaul graded (1m! where he .Mis. Steve Lnwson, wife of a school principal: C. W. L. The bride looked Luriiing gasoline h.id spread to tlu the ceremony. G. E. Everett, wns in town Saturday in his auto. is fn.m this house of the fun. I most attractive in a white iiiou-ol- in Sirs. Taylor, of near Hurrodsburg, Hasel.leu tank ami it hud to be re- veil known farmer ou the Beck .Misses Sallio MoWhorter, Eva TayM. loved to worship that nt carrying a shatter of Bride roses, moved ipuekly ALL DAY MEETING id will bo held Saturday morning from the sidewalk in- place on the Hustonville pike, died lor. Mary E. Collins, Friday Septem- is the guest of Sirs. W. D. uve. The regular semmiuuual meeting i,nd was attended bv her uncle Mr. to the street to cut off danger nf last Saturday morning of childbirth. ber 22nd. Hours three to four. Re" Don't forget the D. S. Cnrpenter 10 o'clock, the interment afterwards sale on Saturday, October 7th. Sales of the Christian churches of Lincoln .las M Strother. The maid of hon- the buildings igniting. The top of Hie was only .'12 years of age and fteshment in the Umcaster cemetery. county will be held at the Goshen was marne.l or, Miss Katherine Arnold youngest Mr. Maha.i's ant. .mobile burned up is survived by her husband and Squirt' .McKechnie The weather was ideal. The en- will begin promptly ut 10:30, re- church Saturday Oct. 14 1911. All twice, his first wife having been a sister of the bride wns charming in nnd it ttv.s otherwise damaged, but three small eliildreii." who have the tire interior of the school hnd been gardless, of the wenther. Sir. and Sirs. Bryan Cnrpenter day meeting, dinner on ground. P. MUs Sloan. By hei. he raised six an embroidered mull, nnd carried n tlio blaze on it was extinguished be- svmpathy of many friends in their festooned with golden rod gathered W. Carter, Clir. children four bovs nnd two girls, large boquel of La France roses. fore it was couipletel.v destroyed. Itl'I'P l.tss. bv the children. The program em- und baby are spending a few days ' It. L., Grovcr. Bona and Edward nd The groom's best man was his bro- Seveial oilier cars in the immediate ! Lee Rankin bought from E. P. braced songs bv the various grades, in Ohio. Protracted meeting begins at the ZEM0 MAKES ASTONISHING Misses Jessie and Jean .M"Kceh:ne. ther .Mr. Stewart Dorsej. vicinity also ran risks of catching Woods nnd Son 17 nice young mules iiuaitettes nnd addresses bv .Mrs. ECZEMA CURES no children by 'us living Sunday morning. He Rev. W. E. Arnold, father of the lire hut weie speedily moved out of lit $72.50 around. Mr. Rankin will Carroll Bailey, Mr. W. D. Edmiston Baptist church feed them through the winter and All are cordially invited to all the wife, who before her marringe w.is a bride performed the ceremony. The the way und Mr. C. E. Woods .of Richmond. "We Prove It." probably send them south when A bevy Miss Rol.iiisou other attendants were .Messrs A'leu of beautiful girls served services. Every day ZESIO gives relief und thy have matured. Slasoa Cook lias returned to his Piper, Prof Wm. Hopkins. Ernest PAINT LICK punch to the throng ns it dispersed. DONTEXPERIMENT. of Williams ArnoM and Donuell They were: .Misses Mamie Ilohnau, borne nt Kiio.wille, after a few cures men, women and children iu every BR0DHEAD. Mr. Wm. Ralston, one of our old" Eliu ille. Miss Arnold is one of Nancy and Wnte Napier, Birdie Per- weeks' visit to his grandmother, skins town in America whose nre on fire with torturing Sirs. A. B. SIcKinney. You Will Make No Mistake II You Carlisle's most lovable voung ladies est citizens, died of Bright's disease kins and Mary Biiley. Mrs. Win. Evuns ud Miss Vcrlin Sliss Betsy Barker, of Asheville, EOCESIA rashes and other itching, Follow This Advice. Hid is the oldest dnughter of Ret. nt his home near here last Friday These responded to the invitations N. ('., is the attractive guest of Sliss burning, scaly, and crusted skin nud and Mrs. W. 'EVrnol.l.Rev. Arnold evening. Rev. C. ('. Brown conduct- visited in Mitchcllsburg first of the issued: Mesdumes Ynnhook, scalp humors. Never neglect jour kidneys. being ..residing elder of the Sluvs-till- e ed the funeral Saturday morning, week. Hayes, Baker. Manuel, Ham- Roberta Blain. ZEMO and ZEMO (ANTISEPTIC) .Miss Ann Tnte nnd Walter Miller ilton, Sirs. W. P. Jones, of Crab Oich-niIf you have pi.in in the back, uriDistrict of the .M. E Church. followed by the Imria! in Paint Lick W. J. Edmiston, Cummins, were down from Mt. Vernon Sun Campbell, Foley, Reynolds, Foley. nary d.roulers, dir.mess and ner- South. Sir. 'Doipov is the son of cemetery. and brother, Sir. Adams, of SOAP, two refined preparations will give you such quick relief thut you vousness, it's the time to act no Mr. and Mrs. W. I. Dorsey and is u Misses Alma and Mary Lear have day. Grow, Stephenson, Fife, Cultou, Spit Hamilton, Ohio, were guests of Sir. will feel like a new person. time to experiment. These are com- voung limn of sterling qualities. Im- returned from n pleasant visit to j Miss Grace McCall of of Maret-Ihur- g ler, Lyne, Hohnuu, White, R. L. and find Sirs. W, C. Jones Sunday. We give you three reasons why is with her con-Sir. and Sirs. William Woolfolk, Miss Jewell J. II. Collier, Steger Duke, Vunhook, mon symptoms of kidney trouble, mediately after the ceremony they Louisville friends ' . and daughter und Sirs. Elia Hal we recommend und endorse ZESIO and yoii should seek a remedy which lett for a short trip to Cincinnati, Miss Lucy Francis is ut homo l'rnnciseo. Robert Edmiston, Stengnll, T. W. and Zemo Soap for all skin und Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Roberts left Napier, Bailey, is recommended for the kidneys. nftcr which they will be the guests pfter spending several days with her Holdam, Perkins, but and Sir. Joe Brjunt, of LexingBonn's Kidney Bills is the reme- of the gloom's sister.Mrs. Brooke nisler, .Mrs. F. S. Hughes at Lancns-te- r. Sunday for Henderson, Ky., where Wilsan, Napier, Anna Napier, W. D. ton, motored to Hustonville Sunday sculp eruptions. they will mnke their liome. 1st. They are clean, scientific dy to use. It has cured iniiii'y stubBnlliam. of Barksburg. W. Ya., for Edmiston, Goodwin, Smith Martin, in Sir. Woolfolk's cat und were the preparations thnt give universal Mr. and Mrs. Will King visited r.ronnugh. Fish, Pettus, Funis, Saw- .nests of Mr. and Strs. B. C. born cases this vicinity. The young people Mr. and Mrs. Walter llummack several days. satisfaction and are pleasant and Can Stanford ics'ulents demand were the recipients of a handsome were in Louisville lust week b'.ying Mr. und Mrs. 0. A. Frith first of ders, Collins, Martin, and daughter. Hunter. Sunthe week. Sir. nnd Airs. R. SI. Tute, SIUs agreeable to use at all times. further proof Ihnn the following tes- eolleetcioii of presents and have a their fall stock of goods. ders, Mnry Hunter, Condor, Gamer. timonial f 2d. They are not experiments, .Mrs. J M. Clark bus sold her Thtum. Riddle, Herrin, Cntlin, Misses Slurgtiret SlcCormnck and Dr. O. S. host of friends who wish them much Mws Stella MoWhorter, the pc II. (.Vomer, N. Fifth St., Danville, hnnnir.ess. alar teacher at .Manse, will have a lcstauruut to Mr. Per Shelton, he Hiitchicon, Anderson, Collier, Brooks Williams motored to Danville Sat- but nre proven cures for evry form tered from pains tliiough the s .! of skin or scalp affections whether pin supper next Siiturilny evening, will tuke possession the 20th. Airs. Goodwin, Morgan, Grant. Garner, urday. Ky., says: "Some vcar.s ago I cl.f-o- f COME TO GOSPEL MEETINGS. lii 30th. Owing to the absence of the paR-t- r, on infants or grown persons. Clark will move to her cottnge on Kidwell, Messrs. Hamilton, Campbell my buck and kidneys, especially 3d. They work on a new princithere will bo no preaching nt Ilev. Rush began a protracted the hill. L.Mie, Reynolds, Robert Edmiston, The gospel meetings now in xevcro when I attempted to stoop. I Mrs. Mnry Ubright attended the Lackey, Chudwick, Martin, White, the Presbyterinn church next Sun- ple. They do not glare over the meeting at the Christian ehuodi ou at Freedom church in Pulaski Saturday night and Elder J. Wi Mas- Kuo.wille Exposition Inst week was convinced that my kidneys were Observe there day. On the second Sunday in Oc- surface, but they penetrate to the Robinson. Woods. disoulered und as I knew Dunn's county are a great success. They ters, of Corhin, is exiccted to come Ed NeA'lund is working in Richtober, the sacrament of the Lord's seat of the trouble and draw tho were 51 mothers among the 70 presKidney Bills were good for such lire conducted by Eld. Ed. Hubbard, Tuesday und do the preaching. Ev- mond. ent. This shows a growing interest Supper will be observed. A pre- germ life from underneath the skin bepresentawho is unsurpassed in the troubles, I procured a box and paratory service will be held on cud dstroy it. In this way a com J:io. Leece is building a house on in school affairs. erybody is cordially invited to atThe enor- tend the services und help the con- the Henry Addison place. Several gun their use. This remedy nctd tion of the scriptures. The Teachers' Association of this Saturday, October 7th at 10:30 in plete cure iq effected in any ease jusl as represented and before I had mous crowds in attendance are triof skin or scalp eruption. more will go u) soon. , gregation have a good meeting. District will convene the morning. (Magisterial finished the contents of one box, I ed a. ch evei.ing to a spiritual feast Endorsed und sold in Stanford by Mr. C. W. Adnnis is in Louisville Mrs. Maude Sproule and children Mulunhiy next, tepi. JU, truui ju A. Born, to the wife of S. C. Ilcnder-o- u 701 was completely cured. Mv cure has in tho plain tangible gospel sermons the Penny Drug Store. on Sent. 20th, a nice baby girl. of Paris visited her father V. Fran. M., to 3 P. M.i with nn intermission this week buying goods. been permanent and I, therefore, that nre being preached. Wo hope Sir. nnd Sirs. Will Jackson, Sir. Dr. II. J. Patrick and bride (ik Jciseo first of the week. for a urn ml basket dinner to which I think very highly of Donn'a Kidney und pray that much and lasting gor.l Miss Ethel Woods While trying to mount a freieht all are invited. Interesting addresnnd Mrs. William Ynndivecr and A Great Advantage te Working Men. hnve taken Bills." may he done. We ask the pruyers looms with his mother for the re- tniin Inst rriday nt Lebunou, hd. ses will be deliverd by Supt. Single dnughter nnd Mrs. Slnrgnret Wright,, For snle by all dealers. Brii'o 50 of every Christian in behalf of a. mainder ot the year. J. A. Maple, 125 S. 7th St.. .Owens was badly injured. ton, Prof, Robinson, of Hustonville, of Harrodsburg. came over Sunday Co,, Buffalo, revival of religion ns it was in the cents. Koster-Milbu0., says: "For five years I Dr. Gravely bought a farm from mid Prof, Ireland, of btnnford. The in Sir. Jackson's automobile and Mrs. Arthur Botner lire Mr. and New York, sole agents for the Unit- days of the Apostles. il.it ter will nWo render a bass polo. were guests of Sir. nnd Mrs. W, R. suffered from weak kidneys nnd a (he guests of Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Sim Sailor for $000, ed States. severe bladder trouble. I learned Thos. Evuns of Lebanon Junction A musical program will be rendered Williams. Burchell. Foley's Hstiev and Tar Compound. Bemember the mime Bonn's of Foley's Kidney Pills nnd their and Sunday with by locul pupils. Tho exercises will will spent Saturday 1Y. P. Kinenid, of Stanford, mid take no other. Still retains its high'' place an the buy tobacco in this bectiou of the homefolks. lie held in the Crab Orchard Baptist For bowel eonujfoints in children wonderful cures so I begun tnkins best household remedy for all coughs country again this season. always give Clmmberlaiii's Colic, them and sure enough I hud nt, good Mrs. Annie Frith went to Stan- - church, lefore You Reach the Limit nnd rolds, either for children or Cholera nnd Diarrhoea Remedy nnd results ns any I heurd uhout. My ford hist week to have her eyea grown ersons. Prevents serious Digestion and Assimilation. castor nil. It is certain to effect it backache left mo nnd to one of my As usunlly treated, a sprained treated, by Dr O'Bnnnoii. is the results Mr. Berry Farris has sold to his It is not the quantity of food tak- - cure nnd when reduced with water business expressman, thnt ulone act- a of phv'biohl endurance and while jrenuino from n cold. Tnko onlyCom aiiklu will disable u mnn for thieu Foley's Honey and Tar your condition in still curuble, take or four weeks, but by applying Cham son Russell Farris, who is moving en but the amount digested and as- - nnd sweetened is pleasant to take. great advantage. Sly kidneys savtd Shu-gusimilated that gives strength uud vi- - No physician can prescribe a better ed free and normal, and that berlnin's Liniment freely us soon ns to East Bernsludt. Foley Kidney Pills. Their quick no- pound, and refuse substitutes. nnd Tanner. "I have n world of confidence in me a lot of misery. It is iow a Mr. uud Mrs. Egbert Wnlliu and tulity to the system. Chamberlain's the injury is received, and observtion nnd positive results will delight to work where it used to he -- .,, you. or Iuacxacue, nervousness, in..,n.i .nH th w.v. ing the directions with eneh bottle, children are visiting in Crab Orch- - stomach and liver tablets invigorate Chnmberlnin's Cough Remedy for I pleasure the stomach and liver mid enrtblu hnvo used it with perfect success," it misery. Foley Kidney Pills have rheumatism, nnd all kidney, bladder jy Cincinnati Knqulrer on0 year for n cure can be affected in from two urd this week. t Mrs. Alice Albright of Lebanon Is them to perform their function whites Mrs. M. I. Bashford, Poles- - cured mo and have my highest pratso ituu uriuury irouuie. auuKars aim i.au. Tne weeniy .uquirer is a spien to four days. For sale by ail Shuijara and Tanner. ville, Md., For sale by nil dealers. naturally. For sale by all dealers. family paper, t h j did farm and ITaaaer. .with relatives here. Run Pell Mell Over J. F. Holtzclaw 1,800 NAMES ON WETS' PETITIONS. MIRACLE BONA McKECHNIE WAS NOT BLOWN UP. Popular and Respected Maqlslrate Passes Away Suddenly at Five O'Cleck Thursday Morning The Electcric Chair at Garrard Convention. des-pora- te c, ey er 1 1 well-know- n, ... - ' I noti-Peop- le oaoeoo o vii-ii- o ciap rc-id- A ,., t.i giv-Mr- aii I s n, d, hi Siw-did- pio-grc- ss Step-tanvill- e, ni m !! i,i.. -- T m yn wi,'y vyJ '"" " " 'lt!WPWjP Ml" AWpm-g- ? .t THE INTERIOR JOURNAL, STANFORD. KENTUCKY. FRIDAY. SEPTEMBER 29. 1911. &&& ft ftftftftft e ft ft eoa&saoo ftftftftftftftftftftftft (nsfi'oobao'oooo ftft'ftftftftftftftftftftftftft&ftftftftftftftft ft ft 3 o ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft Goods The Newest, Goods The Best Await Your Coming In Lexington Visit The Shopping Center of Central Kentucky. 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P'H"ftftiUftftftft ft.ftftftftftftft'ftftftft ftftftftftftftftftftftft x ftftftft,ftftftftft.ft,ftft ftS ftftftft.Oftftftftftftft ftftftftftftftftft'ftftft f - THE INTERIM JtUlWAL tTANFfrt, KENTUCKY. FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER PREACHERSVILLE. Genuine Quartered Oak Drettert $12.50. Mahetany FWihed $13.50. Gemtltw HIGHLAND. Hcv. PftCTTY VARIETY liN reguSun- OF TUUPS 2. Lexington TROTS lar appointment nt Mt.Morinh J. M. Lonsr filled CJurttw deawt ta Halfht of It or lneh With Flowcra MMwrtni Two IimImc H Quartered Oak Pedestal Olnlmj Tables $12.50. Libraby and Parlor Tables, Suits, Pe- I destals. and up. Bed Room $17.50 Carpets Mattlims, Rugs. Drugqets, Nice Felt Mattresses, Cotton Tops, Combinations, Cot Pads, Lace tains. Shades. Pictures, Trunks, Linoleums and Chairs. Oil Cur- day. Miis Martha Meier, one of the most popular young ladies has returned home from Louisville. Mr. nnd Mra. J. S. Young nre still on the sick list, Mr. nnd Mrs. K. Lny have return ed to their home nt Slielhyville, Intl., after a pleasant visit with relatives her. Hurton, little non of Mr. nnd Mrs. Dave Ooodpaturc, whs poisoned liint week by eating jimpson weed Feed, nnd wan quite, dick for u whiles but ho Iihh fully recovered nt this vrriting. Mr. Jack Mills was called home Middetilv from Lcxinctoii lnnt week I'.v Aero. with lradr tm. Th long and narroir aad tao flower tomttlraM nMiurM two laehM airoM. Thli rartatf la of tha funoal taekec, (fern TBt1tlM ot teltM r wtl itptcd to th flower pot. Th srowi to a hrtiht et II or 10 Ctu-tla- a Imtm art 1 BlmM the illness of his mother. Mouldinas. Cloths. J car. Ilcv. Clnunch, will bo pnstor of tho Mctlimliot church here, tho coining Mr. nnd Mm. Alfred I'nugli spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Curtis Voting. Mrs. Hurton Spire, spent Thursday with her sUter Mrs Henry BH .r Full Line of Rockers and DInlnp W. A. Tribble, Stanford. m I . '4 li -(looeh. A littlo daughter nrrived nt the home of Mr. and Mrs. Jumes lloone, SlngU Yellow Tulip. Satiinlny. hut (his prvciuus hahy flow-eonly lived n few short hours. It form with bright lemon-yellowith light ihadlng of green or viih buried nt Mt. Morinh Sundny. HOG CHOLERA. Mr. ml Mrs. Frank Long spent white, eomctlmea itreaked with pink. tnonlli forfpli hog. Siindnv with Mr. nnd Mr. Marshall It li very fragrant and when properly ('mi nrewnt.nl lor only 6 cntn liou cultivated li one of tho most beautiTh lick r cuml mul tln iKil cunt. In Urn Minr ln;nl nr IllltclliliOII. r html, hphlrmlc krut from having lh illn for Hi Mny and Clnrencc Deather-iiti- c ful of all the tulip family. full nnd nrln "dvyTry lliuiiU of fsriii; Mis cntnn in the The tulip It eaiy to cultivate, aa It have returned home from l'u- Hcoiir curiniliirTnUlniiT.OooKlii. Wornu. Ion iinil rnu; thrives well In either heavy or light iinlTlitiinp,itlinult'lhiiii)-lltr.llUlKM- t soil. It does better, however, In rathV: iioo to Ink. on rtn nenti Horn tlm siiiiii; (ml. IIMIer get Mrs. Lottie Catron and Miss .Ten-m- e er light .triigglit'i or iiiiloday una ivf your lmi, At ymir Manufacture. i.nt aoll, well drained and fairly 111. upon rwlPl ol i.rlro. KIUm IS, .imrt Islington, Ky Hol.lami Ilodgern of Crab Orchard, spent rich. Those grown In heavy, black liy gunranU-ly Hoiirbon ILmriljr Uo., with Mrs. J. S. Young. Tlinrilnv soil produce yin Orn Hutchison, one of our colors aro notsmaller flowers and tho New Stanford Druq Co., Stanford, Kentucky. nearly ao bright. most clinnning voting Indies, lef' Suturdity for Danville. From there she will go to Cincinnati. We EQUIPMENT FOR AN ORCHARD to sec her leave. Mrs, Maggie Denthernge and son. No Implement 8o Well Adapted for I'rnest, arc visiting relatives in PuPruning as Common Meat Saw laski onunty With Swivel Arrangement. Mr. O. O. Spcukcs nnd littlo datiuh Every progressive orchardlst has a ter, Lucile ami Freda, visited relasurgery equipment for his orchard. tives near Markshury recently. There will be n pie supper nt Iliah-lan- d The deterioration of an orchard can eliool house Katitrdny night. be checked materially by the use of - Tennyson or Longfellow could sharp Implements In pruning opera( ome nnd brine u nie. take a worthless sheet of pntior, tions and the application of paint, cold Mr. Oreeii Yoiiuu who lalelv hnd fcale prepnrntorv to leaving for Newrite n (mem on it nnd make it tar preparations or even cement when Many " large amputations aro made. braska, has decided that "old worth $(15,000. kinds of pruning sawa have been Inis good enough for him. That's Genius. Mr. and Mr. Nat Wright spent vented and are on the market, but according to prominent horticulturists Morgan enn write n few word .ntiirdav in your citv, shopping. on n t licet of paper nnd tnaku Mrs. Lena Conway spent Tuesday there Is nono so. well adapted for work In the orchard as a comvitb her siller Mrs. nertrtule'llut-chisivit worth f,000. mon meat saw, says tho American AgThat's Capital. Combine the regular riculturist. Mis-- . KUie Singleton spent Sunday Vour wife can buy it cont for with honif folks $10, hilt prefers one that There will be praver meeting nt will cost $50. the Methodist church on Thursday nights and nt the Christian church, That's Natural. v on Sunday nights, instead of Anvnna an .write a cheek for night, ns heretofore. K0,000,000, hut it wouldn't MT. SALEM. le worth n dime. 1 "3r fr riri. re-jir- et A child of Mr. nnd nnd Mrs. John Loncworth living in Onrrard, three miles northwest, was sovcrely scalded on head, face and arms by pulling n cup of boiling water nff the table. At this writ14 ing the infant in some better. John Kichardson has rented his farm for 1012 to Kd Owens nnd will move to Crab Orchard to givu his little daughter the advantages of tho fine school. W. C. niankenship went to J-ithe first of tho week. 1 Appear. Three Time. Vi Ororer Itigsby met a mail dog on t the lughwny nnd killed tho creature - Tuesday, Oct. 3' $21,000 Futurity by pelting it with rocks. 3,000 Tennessee Stake - Tuesday, Qct. 3 Tim protracted meeting- nt tho Maplist church closed 5,000 Futurity - - Wednesday, Oct. 4 on Sunday with sir additions four by baptism, 3,000 McDowell Stake Wednesday, Oct. 4 and two by letter. It is believed 5,000 Transylvania Stake Thursday, Oct. 5 much good will yet l exult ns much prayer, mighty exhortations hnd an Great Free For All Pace Friday, Oct 6 uncompromising campaign was made 8,00OICIiamp. Stallion Stake Mond'y, Oct. 9 against sin. Itev. F. M. Jones is nu 3,000 Walnut Hall Cup - Monday, Oct. 9 li nest preacher nnd leaves with the 2,000 Free For All Tuesday, Oct. 10 best wishes of all. During the last few night sor-iesome deviltry occurred on the Every World's Champion from Yearling tip, Present outside. David Stephens, who d nt the hands of the miscreants hint full, during- services hero is said Sensational Racing Daily. lo have had one of m buggy lines cut, and a saddle girt was cut for HALF-FAR- E MUSIC BY WEBER. ON MILROADS Ilowaid Holtclaw. It is strikingly noticeable that this ort of devilment is on the increase nnd the disturbance on the outside, here ns well ns nt other churches is more and more unbearable. All well mewnning people, whethor church member or not, nre ngreed that it is time to call a halt. Why is the vonth of our country more nnd more devoid of respect for the sacred edifices whiecli dot out land, nllnwed (n en mi in Itinir heedless career? At the next church meeting n motion will be mndc to appoint n committee whose duty it will be to kind-- It invite nil on the mtlawln In nnm ill or either leave the premises. tins mav be considered bv some to be too severe but is n certain remedy against disturbance from without. l Phil H. Thntnnanii t.nii-,li- p.. nf .T - P. "4- Minw. hisflfiomo here for $U"00. I; , neres nnd n good contains rcsf October :004 3-- Greatest in the World U Jti Wil-mo- re - Trot es suf-feie- - m- Ken-lucl- iVnee. M- - Klintr nn.l wifn If & loped, will continue to make their home in our community ns they nre good (eople. Is n great medicine of proven for both acute and chronic kidney nnd bladder niliucnts. It is especially recommended to elderly people for its wonderful tonic nnd reconstructive qualities, and the per mnnent relief nnd comfort it gives them. Shugnrs and Tanner. vnltie BU8INESS CARDS PROFESSIONAL AND u. "Nuff Sed" We are showing a full line of Queen Quality shoes in Fall Styles, Ciin)n)ii)s & Wearei), Stanford, Ky. Sat-nrda- That's Rouqh. . Some millers innv tell you llicv cmi tunkc better Hour than tllll. That's Gall. Our No. 1 Fancy Patent Flour ir no good as can bo made, tfttil is hold ns low in such ntinlitv enn he ofTered. " THAT'S THE TRUTH. (In fate with every crooerymnn "n Stanford. J. , H. BAUGHMAN & CO. C' i M MONUMiiNlb - OUR DUTY to our departed ones is plain. We should erect an appropriate MEMORIAL over their final resting place. A monument is not expensive unless you care to have it so. Our work is unsurpassed and considering quality, Is very cheap. "We have a large stock to ic . . . Uct freak- - Mrs. fieorge Ferguson, returned to her home Inst week, in Atlanta, (Ja. Mrs. Ferguson was n unpnnied as farns Kif.'xMlle. bv Mr. A. K. tlreen, of McKinnev, and Mi-- s Mat-li- e M. l'loxd, of this place. Miss Floyd reports a pleasant time nt Ivingsville while visiting Mis Annie Kruct, Alp, (inoch. and a number of other friends and relatives. Mr. and Mrs. Itoli Tucker of Oklu.. and Mrs. Tom Mobley. of Httstouville. were the guests of Mr. and Mrs. Kiffe. Floyd last week. Mrs. Mnttio MeKinpey, Misses Sal lie and Bee MeKinney, of Jacksonville. Illinois and Mis Uettie I'arker, of Xortb Carolina were also the guests of Mr. Floyd and family. Mr Fannie Fletcher, of New Salem died of tvphoid fever last Sunday night. Mrs. Fletcher wa n daughter ir the late William WulK who died last December. She leave a husband nnd three little children, to mourn the loss of n wife and lov iug mother. Mrs. 11. M. Flovd nnd daughter. Miw Mattiu Mae Floyd were in Hits tonvillu shopping last Saturday. There nre hopes of having preach til'.' at the church here every third Sunday. Krerjbody invited to come out and take a part in the Sunday Ty-loii- e. Various Pruning Implements. butcher's saw with a swivel arrangement at various angles and you will have tho Ideal orchard pruning saw. Care for Injured B. D. CARTER LIVERY AND FEED STABLE STANFORD, KY MASONS' MEETINQ. Lincoln Lodge No. 00. K. A A. M. will meet In ntnted communication on each nrtt nod third Monilny nUlitt ef each month, nt 7:30 o'clock In their linll on main atreeet, Htan-torKy. Memheri of lifter lcxlcet nre n Invited to be present. T. tV. Reo. MACCABEES. A. C. Sine, Deputy State Commander Stanofrd, Ky.. STANFORD TENT NO. 7. Meeta : 4 lb - Monday - Night :- Trees. The careful orchardlsta will see that a tree which has been Injured In any way receives prompt attention. Sow petunia seeds Indoo'rs. Start the elephant's ear bulbs. Put them In small pots. Rood apple lands must be deeply umm apple-growin- g Jsr . "A m school. KIND CUSTOMERS. On October 1st, 1911 we nro going I and thoroughly drained. Let ua spray that we may have a bounteous crop ot apples the coming season. Probably ono of the greatest seIs to crets of success In spray the trees at the right time. Rich land that la wet the year round will not raise apples. It may little raise apple trees but they fruit. To get the biggest head ot hardy hydrangeas, cut the canes back heavily. It blooms on the current year's r-- W. W. BURGIi DKNXXST. Office at Residence. CRAB ORCHARD. "' DR. T. W. PENNINGTON Dentist A.M. and 1 to 4:3 P.M efflce Myers Uonse flats Stanford K Hours 8:30-1- 2 zmt i WILL ADAMS r r . Wm. Adams & Son. 142 ,s.Wr4 FIRST NATIONAL BANK, N. Broadway, . Lexington. Ky. i to offer you something you never linil u clinnco to get in tViiynes.burg before. Wo nre going to offer you goods our entire line of on a strictly cash basis. Come rig.ht along you will get cash for your produce just the same. When you get; used to this change you will be pleas-d- o for no one can deal on n credit busis nnd bo safe. Hy pnying cash for goods it enables us to buy closer therefore you will get more for your dollar, than the old way. Iterneinbcr it will bo wise to come STANFORD, KENTUCKY PROGRESSIVE STRONG ACCOMMODATING CAPITAL $50,000. " nnd pay your old account under the present management. It will bq to pay, nnd now is the time for u setKespectftilly, tlement. 73-f- p A. B, Morgan, FARM FOR SALE1 We win coll privately a farm ot about 130 acres In Linco n county, f Ky., jnlle from Crab Orchard, nicely located, mostly bottom land, vory productive, tivery acre tlVuble, an abundunce of stock water nnd especially adapted to corn and prusE. Good tenant house of three rooms on farm. Terms reasonable Apply at once to. Agent. IL H. Uroqaugb 4Mt otie-hnl- And Seeking Your Bank Account. Open an Account With us TO-DA- Y. SURPLUS $25,000 '? Livery; all kinds of hauling, Furniture packing. Stanford. Ky. Phona 173 J. D. Stecnbergen, sells, builds, regrowth. pairs ana adjusts scales at rock A system of orchard heating, often prices. See him for prices "smudging," Is one which Is bottom you called buy. Address Stanford, R before used as Insurance against the loss of V. D. No. 1. luu-- t the crop. DR. W. N. CRAIG, Prune the hardy roses climbers, OculUt and Optician rugosas, and hybrid perpetuals. The Officii over. H. J. McKoberta' Store teas and hybrid teas should not bo Stanford, Ky. pruned until Aprll Plant trees only In ground that has i been under cultivation for -- t least No. 31, south, if.M r. a. two or three years and Is In a thorNo. , Houtn, 10:t a M. ' ough state ot cultivation. " No.il, Sorlh. 4:40 A. M. No. . North. RMil p. M, Raspberries should occupy the ground stx or seven years, amV It No.iS.tllOp. M, should therefore be rich naturally or JOS. ft. RICE, Agent. v else made so with manure. The ground on which the new orFRUIT AND SHADE TREES chard is growing need not be left Everything for Orchard Lawn bare, but the crop grown there should and Garden. not be one that will Injure the trees. gooseberry bushes Write for Free Catalogue. No. Agenti Currant and H. F. HILLENMEYER A SONS. should be pruned orerj year. If they are pruned In tree form they bear larger and finer fruit, and not be so W. S. Drye & Co. apt to mildew. Sow poppy seeds at once, no matter UNDERTAKERS and EMBALMERS It frost Is In the ground. Just sow the Hustonvllle, Ky. seeds on the surface. Tbey will be Telephone In Office much earlier than If you wait to ground. work the JOHN COOK If you have blackberries that winVeterinary Surgeem and dentist roota every year, ter kill down to tho do not destroy them, simply give Specialist on ll horse and animal tbem a good heavy mulch to protect dlstase. Stanford, Ky. Phont 114 the roots from too bard freezing. NEW GOODS. of Fall Goods just Received. BAGS. A Partial List LN. TIWETHBLE SCARFS. SILKS. SERGES, ' ..,,... ' MADRAS. OUTINGS. " PICTURES, GINGHAMS. ji m BARRETTES, BEAUTY PINS, BELT BUCKLES, SHOES Etc., Etc. Come In And Look Them Over. Hughes. Martin & Co., Stanford, Ky. itj mm vmt WsMgej riMfirTtiswTr-'Trr- f . jmJmit aimstsii Qj :. &'' i V r" TT ii i7' i.t m imtw' IggJggIIW HE l0"L- Wmim.' KENTUCKY. - FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 2t. Ill I. " J FaU Clothing if I m 1 liiiERIOR JOURNAL Established 117k every Democrnto in the state. the nomination with Governor Hon Win. Addanw, who contested Mc- PUBLIC SALE AT COVER HOUSE, CRAB ORCHARD 10 A. M. i 11 I1 1 Hi rlra W We have received our last shipment and have every thing new to show you in the Clothing line. Only the best of "Make" in pure Wool li i 1 A SOUVENIR hand tailored. Call and take a look before you buy. SAM ROBINSON Stanford, Ky. EVERYBODY Get Ready for the Big Fall Opening on Saturday, Oct. 7th. FOR ANY LADY WHO MAKES A PURCHASE. A BIG PUMPKIN SHOW FOR THE MEN WATCH FOR THE BIG BILLS. L. L.SAHBERS, n Crab Orchard Kentucky. S r TEE NEW PE0RI4--- 4 i We sold last year several New Peoria Grain Drills to be thoroughly tested in every way. The new Disc Furrow Opener followed by a shoe enables you to deposit grain in the furrow at a uniform depth. The drills have proven a success and we recommend them. Call and get circulars and become posted. i W. H. Higgins. Stanford, Ky. A man or woman la tea locality. To loin the Bupruu Counoll o( thla aocUty and Introduce our Banaflt CartlneaUs among friends and aoqmlnUnc Mutt bo batwean II and' K yoara of as. OIt all or only apara tlma. Wa pay caah bona fit for aleknaaa. Injuria. aeeldaaU and death. Ezparlanea not naoaaaary. Can Riaka from KO.M to fXB.OO a month and up. A plaaaant and hit nly profltabla prafaf- iion. tsvery mamoar aaonraa maana a certain aaaured lnoema (or yon arary month tharaaftar. Why not gt Into bull. naaa for yauraauT NOW.T Na oapltal aaed-ad- . Band for particular. WANTED DON'T BE TOO GENEROUS. with tbe cement, itiue, etc., you Ret from us. Hemember mat all our build Ing materials are mucn stronger than tbe ordinary and you can tbererore uae less tban ordinary quantities. It yod. like we'll tell you Juit how to mix Uiem to get tbe best results at tbe least cost. Come in and ask us. BOX LA-29- 3. COVINGTON. KY. L. CASEY. D. V. S. HENRY Vaterlnmrism. Former Director Animal Industry Philippine Islands. Inarian United Stutes Army Ex-Vet- er J. A ALLEN, StMM, Ky. OKlce LOQAN'8 STABLE, PaonB Ut Agent American Hog unolera Berura. DANVILLE. KY. We em. L, Buefcs TwKeys Paying today for ItoMters Are J. I6-- I7C C. McClary feathers 44 iu 88 8 9e I -- 2c 7c Beds, mnttrcsscs, springs, dressers, wnsh'stnnds, tables, mattings, ohiiir, cots, dishes, sheets, sewing machine, stoves, ice, cream frcexr, etc. Three tnnres, bred to jack, 1 horse perfectly gentle, 0 sets of single hnrness, 2 pairs of double harness, li extra poles, 0 buggies, 1 drummer wagon, 'J surreys, 2 ronstnboiit, .1 break cart, 1 side snddle. spring litis. wagon, 1 bunch of venrlings. For Attorney General James Oarnett. Terms made known on day of The Louisville Hctnld lias discovFor Auditor II. M. H.itunrtti ered (hat a prominent attorney for sale, ladies cordially Invited! for Stnto Superintendent ot Schools the American Tobacco Company 'is Col. Pele Chandler. uct. Unrkddale HamletL Curtis Govrr. ngninst O'Henr. Before Gus Willson Fo' Commlisloner Agriculture J. V. became Governor, he was the attorNowman. FOR SALeT For Clerk Court of Appeals It. I ney for this company. It is said Greene. that he is not for O'Henr. Is this the For IlaUroaal Commissioner W. P. 'prominent attorney'' to whom the Sixty-on- e acres of fine blue grass KInlr. Herald refers? land that has not been plowed for For Circuit Judge Charles A. Haryears except 8 ncres. This laud din. will grow fine tobacco, hemp and GOVERNOR'S PROCLAMATION Fo licpreentath c W". II. Shrinks. lies Miinll dweMlitr: iIph! of Special Election For Circuit Judqe locusts for posts, and fine wood. Is well watered. This land is :i l.y HOW TO GET RID OF THE LOBBY For the Thirteenth Circuit Court miles from Stnnford on the Ottcn-heiDistrict. pike, close to school. To rend what Judge O'llear has to Frankfort, Ky., Sept. 18th Will sell on easy terms, sny nbout the "Corrupt Lobby" one By the authority cstcd iu me by 7,'i-W. F. Dlshon, illicit think that he was the ori.utail feclion lu'J.'l of the statutes of KenStanford, Ky. nnd only discoverer of this iniuuit-otucky, 1 hereby proclaim thnt u speconspiracy to control Legislnt-io- cial election will be held iu the thirNow that the county unit questeenth circuit court district of Ken tion has been prnctienlly settled by tucky, composed of the counties of WITH A the nKreemcnt of both parties that Mercer, Boyle Garrard and Lincoln, they will pass n bill extending the on Tuesday Nov 7, J till, for the pur county unit, Judge O'Henr must find pose of electing a circuit judge for f.omcthinc else to talk nbout, niiu .. tnid district to fill the vacancy cans i. expending his cnenrv nnd ed by the death of Judge M. C. Sauf- on the ''Third llou.sc." So ley. bitter is ho in his denunciation of Ben L. Bruner, Acting Governor. the sniull coterie of politicians who By the acting Governor Ben I. for years hnve grown rich at Frank- Bruner, Secretary of State, by H. OVER fort by corrupting the Legislature. A. Cook, Assistant and Acting Secthat he proposes to destroy this lob- retary of State. 75-- J by if it becomes necessary to keep the legislature in session continuous PUBLIC SALE! ly tor two yeuis. It costs $1,000 u With a directorate of busiday to run the Kentucky Legislature Having decided to quit farming I and two years of this continuous will offer for sale to the highest and ness men that represents performance would place n burdcti best bidder on every interest , of Lincoln on the Saturday. Oct. 7th 1911. of $700,000, if Judge 0'R.enr is elected, Governoi The following property consisting of county; with an elllcient and carried out his threat. It is gen- 60 ncres of laud with good cottugt and competent office force, erally agreed that the lobby must be with 4 rooms and two porches nnd we solicit your business, destroyed, nnd the Democratic plat- good barn and other outbuildings, form pled.ges the party to its uboli-tiot- i. and also aiming implements consistwhether large or small, Governor McCrenry has as ad- ing of plows one buggy one good which will have prompt atvanced views on this subject as spring wagon and other fnrming tools Judge O'llear. lie believes that u too numerous to mention. This farm tention cither at the countotfrnipt lobby is a curse on anv stnte is located 1 4 miles from Highland. er or by mail. Terms, one half down nnd balance is elected Governor ho will and if he. drive its members from the Stnte in one and two years with lien reHouse. tained on land for balance purchase LINCOLN COUNTY Convincing money. proof of Judge JAS. A. KING. 73-tNATIONAL BANK. iiiainerity iu thi- - matter is FOR SALE! lurnished by his fuilure to say anything about the "corrupt lobby" corner ncAt to Court House My home containing 2 acres nnd which secured the election of W. O. Bradley to the Senate. This is the 15 poles of land, 4 miles south of Stanford. Kentucky. same lobby that has operated in 1inenster 4 miles east of Stanford, Frankfort for many years, the very on Dix River nt the forks of tl identical lobby that with Bradley's road, leading from the Dndderar's help defeated the county unit bill, Mill to Gilbert's Creek station, sior yet. Judge O'Henr doesn't open his nnd post office, which is one mile Plenty of fruit, good cistern, good mouth in condemnation of this conWe rn In position to do l kind, of eon luch Hlock Work. i spiracy. Like every other question bnru and and dwelling and nil out- oretln. fuel, we can make any thing from nd. la l)at-soAddress Prof. J. laised by Judge O'llear in this Cam- buildings. bOQwdown ton fence pot. We can ierr. yon promptly and cuarnntee n 70-Gilbert's Creek Ky. paign, he is promising to do one work and material (lull and gel our price, thing while the whole record of bis befor you buy your material at leait party shows thnt when it was in HANDSOME HOME AT PUBLIC SALE power it did just the contrary. Stanford. Kentucky One of the most effeotive speeches Ill health making it ueccssar for of the campaign was made at Bards town on Monday Inst by the Hon. me to give up housekeeping. I have Ward Headley. Although he made decided to sell at public auction on Saturday, Oct. 7, 1911, his nppendnnce at tlicicapital of Nelson on short notice, he linil n crowd- promptly at 10:30 o'clock, my iesi cence siPintfd on Main street, ed hou-.e- , and was given a hearty resituated within 3 Miuucs ception. He wn introduced by Congressman Ben Johnson, who will take of the best graded behind in the the stump for the ticket later. Mr. state. Tin- - is one of the ninsl de Johnson has expressed himself ns sirable homes in the town, contain confident that the Democrats will ing nbout three and oiie-haacres win and his active participation iu with a nice collage of seven large the Campaign will be welcomed by rooms, front and back porches, a siit-mnfitfierii, new meat nouse and packing room, new poultry house and splendid new barn iu fact, all the outbuildings are BETSY'S P0INTER- S:ne and modem. The place has never failing water, and "My experience is that the best ha.-- , two nice grass lots. woman's club a mother takes an inWill also sell inv household iiml terest iu is the one she rolls over kitchen furniture, consisting of two the dough, and every member of the nice bedroom sets, with large quan- family seems to think so too. Thoso tity of bedding, set of nice dining who nre interested in groceries loom chain., handsome sideboard. should remember that the best in the carpets, rugs, tables, rockers, com- iity is to be had nt Coffey & Cole On approved security paratively new range mid oil stow, man's Phono :i(l. Provpt Deliver). all kitchen utensils, several sets of whenever conditions COFFEY A COLEMAN, harness, brenk cart, pony cart, t.1.njtlil ..l.finlju. 1. ....... .1 Prompt Delivery. Phn 198. Mjtii'iuii ijihsj, nuiiu as new Preferwarrant and other articles too numerous to I NF-Tmention. S fLY ence, of course, being Terms easy nnd made known on SUM 5HD&5 dnv of sale. given to our regular 75-t- d D. S. Carpenter. side-board, 1 m T ui n. interview that the Democrntie lick-,- ct will be olerled by 15,000 majority II A YEAR STRICTLY IN ADVANCE Mr. Addams took his defeat like tliu Catered at tbe postottlce at Htaa- - good game loser that he is, nnd is now working vnli.intly for the sucford m second claw mall. cess of his party in November. The significant feature of this Campaign Democratic Ticket, in the unselfishness of the DemoFor Governor James U. McCroary. For l.teuL governor E. J. McDcmctt cratic leadeis. Kvery man of them is putting aside his personal ambition For Treasurer Thos. S. Hhoa. For Secretary ot State U. F. Crece- - m a loyal effoit to redeem the slate, HELTON M. 8AUFLEY,... Publisher Creary, Males in n Courier Journal Saturday. Sept. 30,1911 at ' o o o s o o 0 0 x Hi CAPITAL and SURPLUS $200,000.00 tax-pnyc- rs r's f. CONCRETING l'RT-nintlrpt-cla- 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 H. J. McRobarfs. 0 0 0 Stanford. 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 000O000 0,O 0 0 O 00 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 $ 0 0 . Ky, 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 ft 0 0 0 0 Walk Over Shots! $ 0 0 0 0 $ 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 ITS A STRONG STATEMmr 0 fr , KANGER0O CALF fJIJJ PATENTS AT $5 ALL THfqf a"d $5' V,CI AND CALF I V n, PHILLIPS BROS., Bring Your Prescriptions LGH Here To Be Compounded your physician has pre- Kcribcd a medicine for you to talc, the next important atcii It to have that prescription placed In the hands of a thoroughly reliable nnd competent pharmacist so It will he compounded exactly a directed. We have Rained an enviable reputation for alwayi being very careful and painstaking in our compounding nnd feel that, iu allutlce to vour own good health, you should bring your next prescription hoe. Here, too, you will find a complete nnd Inviting display of toilet articles, rubber goods, soaps, perfume, toilet preparations and all standard remedies. For interior decorating w carry and recoauaaad ALABA5TINE, the beautiful wall coating. Call and see samples of tints and ask us about It. PENNY'S DRUG 8TORE. When Ihis-tonvill- e, lf u WE MAKE LOANS it Stanford, Kentucky " -- depositors1 FARM FOR SALE OR RENT! uc I" "mbn's" FkYf CL0THiir LwawawawaaVJPBv MBMBMsMBMsaseMsasssHsaasMssaMMa zc 30-- 40c H. B. Northcott T. K. Tudor. Mgr. PHONE 153. UNDERTAKER Orticn Thone AND EMBALMER Home 'Paoae Ik. STANFORD, 17. KY State Bank Trust (o. FALL AND WINTER STYLES. My new full and winter samples e uow ready tor your Inspection Tbey comprise tbe best on tbe market can suit anyone as to prico wno baa J.L.Beazley&Co . . TINS, RUM. THEY WILL FURNITURE EXCHANGE srsM ALL KIND OP STOCK. IVK.THEM A CALL. PRICE RI1HT. AND CM. DEAL. ALSO BALM KM. ER IN FURNITURE. MAT. UMMRTAKERS bis clothes md8 tc order. A sun made to your tneasuie is preferable to ready made clothes. To bave then) made to measure doesn't cost any mora tban ready made wbea quality and fit Is considered. Oome la aid let me take your measure. rrwuesu Tutor. JH C. RUPLEY, sum, nstra. m Will sell privately my farm af about 200 ucres Iu Lincoln county, Ky., S miles east of Stanford on Dix Hiver. 80 ucres iu corn, dO cures in meadow, balance iu blue grass, has a four room tenant house 2 goad barns, nnd other outhonscr good stone spring house, small orchard. Plenty of btock water, good fencing. School house joining this farm. Will sell nil together or in two separate tracts. Terms easy. If not Fold will rent for cash for 1012. Will also sell half interest iu 80 ucres of corn to bo cribbed on plneo nnd 12') ncre- of grass nnd otalk Qrass hasn't been grazed fields. thU vear. Mrs. Walter Warren. - It is time you were thinking of FOR SUMMER ORIVINQ comfort or both Horses and drivtie ers should be specially considered by securing a proper outfit or lap robes, blankets, fly nets and other necessaries from our complete assortment of horse goods. .Here are light, but strong and durable, single and double Harness, admirably suited to road purposes, along with a hill line or work 2 your new Fall Clothing. We take J pride in inviting you to see cur new Fall Suits. They are correct J in style, perfect in fit and moderate in price. harness ot the beet quality at flat yrtcee. J. C. McCLARY, Stanford. Ky. IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIHUU V W. K Perkins, CR&SS r ;infr ' 1n f-- "IfM 'f THE INTERIOR JOURNAL. SOCIAL STANFORD. KENTUCKY. FRIDAY. SEPTEMBER 29 1911. and PERSONAL Dr. Fnvcfte Diiiilnii. of Dnnvillc vns hero Tiiosdiiy, Cnrl Carter Iihh roho lo Imlinn-cpol(o accept a nice position. Mr. T. 1). Ncwlnml hna been on ho pick lint for nevcrnl lnyn. The lilllo Kirl hnhy of .Mr. .Inck IIenlr-- hnH been piite ill for bcv-n- il diiyg. II. V. .Millnim in in I.nwrenccburR vorkinir for J. AI. Ahi-rsim-' Andcr- w ROYAL BAKlNOPOWO Absolutely Pure MAKES HOME BAKING EASY O ooooooaoooo0Q TEMPERANCE COLUMN FWOM.THE TWOPIOSI TO HEAL NEW i?i This space is referred Hi the Temperance Committee Lineolu Count v. t for of O O Fall BBH JwfVBM M LVI and A Winter Millinery. 8011 New. I I'llillil) (I. Kimn. nf Annii. Aton ,A1h., is visiting Dr. T. Y. I'cn- jiuinioii aim who. Mian Puttie. Wenkley, of Shelby-vllllinn been tho Riu-n- t of Mr. 11. M. Ilallon for hcvcrnl clnys. .M. I.. 1'nrr of Lebanon, Iml. Mrs. is tbo i;iiet of Mr. ami Mm II. Mr. c, C'bnneellor. Mr. M. II. Robinson of New Im., whs tbo guest of Ming Anna Chancellor scvithI days tbi eek. J. C. lloynohh went to Frankfort Tncilny inorninjr to ninku a short Wt to Mr. ami Mr. If. '. Un, ' Light Biscuit Delicious Cake onipte. n. ItniHii rvturmd Wclnc" luy froin a month' work at the l'ol.elinicH in New York nml i'hihi-oelphi- Dr. 1'. J. Dainty Pastries Fine Puddings Flaky Crusts f f &' J county. MN II. ltogern ami little somm, Ffiitrinile, Hell county, arc visit ing frieiuN nml relatives in this of Sir. J. borer for the cause of temperance He had tivcn to banish the traffic is a protection to himself as web r.s his followH who. like him. were only subject to lemplatioii. At last ho fell under the awful power of drink, nrd di! of delirimt tic- mens. ,iint u short time before Indent ll ho became calm and rational To his p.islor he said: "You know l.iw it has been with me. I have I tied to be sober, nnd to live a Chris linn life. 1 have foiled: my appetite u.'ii too strong, and the temptation was too great. Theie is no hope for me now. I um dying and going to it'll, but have one request to niiikc of you. I want you lo get a copy ( the n. tines of thosu member of our church who signed a petition for license ' be given to thnt tralllc uhich has been my destro.ier, and 1 Who Is Responsible? It is gooil not to eat llesli, nor to drink Mine, nor to doNinythiim where by thy brother Ntmnlilctlt (Imde i Text. A wtory is told of a young tnu'i of enre talent, but inlarted tendiin ti ilrink, who hnd been an earne-- t la- IWjIIkBBBbW I BBBa gathering tho needs of thlt plant, Oedron Seed, a rare, medicine that ha ralnililn curatlvo nowera. Hut few rimir iinm carry thli aeed, owing to tho high coat oi mo article. Thla coantry la a large consumer of thl costly seed because it enter Into the famotiR catarrh remedy, l'cruna, 223 Main Street old the world orer. BBBlOrM Seed Plant. In Central America mini mtivirn superb display of all the latest Children's Misse's and Ladle's fine millinery. Come in and see the newest, nicest and most millinery store In this part of the slate. A trial is all we ask to convince you that we have nothlnq but the best. Our prices moderate and our service excellent. in Saunders, DANVILLE. KY. Mamie Wade linn returned tii her homo in Coibiu utter a plcntf e lint ixit among friend and rein-tiv.- The only Baking Powder made from Royal Grape Cream of Tartar For Sale 1 Slate Dank & Trnjlor, If. F. tilnei il into my :it mm mv lirenwl when I ! one reason why The Methodist. the judgment seat of Christ as 1 am lot." Fio'ii ENGLEMAN-RHOD- coffin; for vili to offer ntn tint it " 1 I t here. .Mis .Myrtle Cormincy, of Lancaster, wiin the attrnctio gnet this week of Mr. and Mrs. N W. l'iwle and l'nmily. Mrs. Oeorpe Wnuo and tUter, Miss Hen trice Hendricks of Chicago, aro the gtie-tof Mr. and Mr". W. II. Itrady and family. MrK. Krmst Warren, of Middles- lioro, was hero thix week, the truest of her parents H"v and Mrs. Jo- M'ph Ilal'oii, while Mr. Warren wan niteiidiui; the I'vtlimii grand lodge at I.cxiii'ton. Messrs. W. II. Wearcn T. II. Knds John Hrigletii;ui and Dr. T. W. I'entiingloii attended the Grand Lodge meeting of the Kniuhtrt of 1'ythinx at Lexington t hi- week an delegate from Dindciu lodge, of Stanford ' 0. A. laiirkey, accompanied by hi - ES. dnuglUer, turned to )ii- - home at Crab Orchard Wednesday at noon after a pleasant iit of ten days to the family of bis daughter. Mrs S .W. (livens in the WeM F.ild. Middlesboro Hecord. Squire II. I) Miracle, and three Dell county, children, of Ctibbagc, has been the guest of his father, John Miracle ntul other relatives in the Highland hcction. Like all good he is a hiibseriber of the I. J. and paid it an appreciated call. The many friends here of Mr. and L Mrs L. K. Carpenter, of Williams-jwr- t, l'n., will heartily congrntulnle d them ntxiii tho arrival of nn son. who made bis 'ippear- unce in their borne Tuesday morning, Kept. '2G. The mother was, before her marriage, the jwipulnr Mi Mattic Menefee, nml Grandpa Mene-fe- e is ull smiles for bis fourth grandchild. eight-;oun- Min Ophelia Lnekey, re- of stock in the killed a Mrs. F. II. l'eavyhou-.e- , Company. Dan Miake last ueck which was found in I). No. 1 the yard of her home that measured ju"t four feet in length. It is what Canel Coal, Cruel Coal, at r. is culled ii hum's nrd-- , reasonable price. Books for your state and county Phone No. 168 for fire insurance Mntes are now ready, l'lease call nn vour tobacco in barn. R. M. New-lan- d oud (.vltlc. V. L. McCarty, sheriff. Auent. Motion pictures nt the opera houe .t h if! r i ' b t I;. .. Jit. atl Mher un Friday nnd Saturday night. to I. lj. nt it k I rink nHw4 im. . Bl&r rr dfwt&rp n 0ur4 II Ml dtnt (HIM iiunj rt Wes Martin, of Darstown was irromn. twi vj i. iu to n.rr ltb hicju UiftlriHil. prof.ow.rr4 it tnrurtbt by Chief of I'ohce il. D. falVb m U proirn t Urrn to b a ructttutlci m C , aij torrvlofr luln-- i roovUtutlortftl lrrtmtfil. Wedne.-da- y night on a Il.ii (tarrh Curr. nnulrturd Lr ' i Ornry ter late run in 1i4nlo. Ohu. ILo Ml; Coutltutlofial tram charge of attempting to break into II... mtrkrt M do, II k Ulra raumallr It Jht- - lo tomoruL ll mu dlrrrUT oh It blood the home of Charles Lutes on East TVry orTrr one tf- -t mumia tmrfarra of IM imxlinl toin lor wr nil II ui Id rtire. tKsd Main street. Martin did not seem frr Hrrauir aa4 irr.tiw4.ouia. 'liiuself uhen taken into custody and ADdnw r J nir.sKT A CO ToMi. OUa. s.1.t tr liruuwu. 't-MH lor conotlootloa. did not appear to understand what llalO fJUr be was charged with. Mrs. Lutes Kemembcr the opera house is open was sitting in the front room with her mother when Martin appeared tonight and tomorrow night at the door and attempted to force The 29th of September is tho Inst his wn.v into the house. Mr. Lutes day for filing merchants and mis- is in Xorth Carolina on business. cellaneous claims to be allowed by Mrs. Lutes slammed the door in bis t lie Fiscal Court at its October face and locked .t and then phoned meeting. George 11. Cooper, County for assistance, Karl Colemn who was returning home from town saw 72-krk Martin proceed up the street and We're betting the best rr.enl in lollowing behind him, pointed him town for 'J"i cents; everything new out to Chief Carter when he cum and clean. Come to see us. C. I.. iloTtn the street in reipone to the summons. Gover, at Horton's old stand. Mm res Trut Former Lincoln County Girl Ber.nmrs 3rlde of Washington City Man. Miss Besic T. Kngleman, daugh- Den-7li-- 2t cow-sucke- ar-icst- ff ter of Mr. Geo. It. Eiutlcumu, for tunny years a prominent limner of this county, but now a resident of I'ueblo, Colorado, was married on WedncMlnv, 'J0th to Mr. Carl K. LIkkIcs, of Washington, City at the bride's home. Only n limited number of friends were present at the ceremony, immediately after which on elegant wedding breakfast was crvcd The happ.i couple then took u morning train ami after a ten iais' trip through the west will be at home in Washington to their mnn friends. Tho bride was born, and t eared in Lincoln county, is a granddaughter of Mis. Susan Harris and has a large relationship among the best nnd most influential icople of this community She is a strikingly handsome young woman, and is bright and lovable. Her circle of i friends nnd nciiiaintanccs wish her nell and extend to both bride nnd The nioiii hearty ciingriitiilatioiiH. bride'.- - sisteis. Mesdatnes Ahlev T. Held, of Kl Pnni. Texas, and II. It. Snullex, of this pi ice. It.it II of wliof. bale been spending the summer with their futlicr, were present at the wed O ding. Mr. Rhodes is an energetic oiing biune-- s man of Washington One of the most magnificent and beautiful homes in Stanford. Ky., nml is wealthv. for sale at a rare barqaln if taken at once. Size of lot about 125x500 feet, on Main street. Two story frame residence containing 10 MAY WIDEN ROAD. rooms A suit brought by Wilson Uexun-de- r, and attic and spacious reception had and two additional halls, also John Goggin and others in the lath, trunk and linen room, larqe porch cxtendlnq around portion of northern end of the itxiutv to wid"n wo sides of the house, seven foot cellar under entire house used as Ilia comity road winch passes by the of W. V. Keitou was tried by laundry and storaqe, solid slone foundation for entire house and also for each chimney, hot and cold water Ihrouqhout house, cabinet n jurv in the county court Wednesmantels, day nod a verdict returned, nllow-iu- g in all the rooms, and entire house finished In solid oak, closets in all the Mrs. Kecton 24.j for about 120 rooms, all front windows and doors plate qlass. of m acre of ground which would jj.m1"'. 'I001 6 roms' kitchcn- - bath room and larqc reception hall also bait hnve to be cut off her property. cujuiiiui'tii nan. There were a number of witnesses Second floor three rooms, trunk dnd linen rooms besides larqe (n both sides and the jurv was tak-i- n hall. out lo the se.-nGood youno orchard, ham 33y4? foot inmn iof beforo it brought ,i its verdict. It is understood thnt also good crib adjoining. fi Mrs. ICceton will take an appeal to Chicken house 60x20 containinq 6 room, another chicken house the circuit court. 21x15. Granary 18x18. larqe coal house and meat house. This place cost $12,000 but it Is qolnq to be sold reqardless of what it cost. It must be sold in 60 days. This property must be seen to be appreciated. Come and let us show you through and don't be afraid to make us an offer. Somebody is aoinq to qet this beautiful home for less money than the house alone cost to say Is taken hv oeorjle in ironi nothlnq of the land and other buildinqs. We are determined to sell. cal countrie all the year If you want it you must act quick. SEE round. It stop wasting and A Splendid HOME FOR SALE ! ..,, ..... keeps up the strength and vitality in summer as well as winter. ALL DRUGGISTS W. L. McCARTY, or L. R. HUGHES, STANFORD, KENTUCKY. liiiHiMiiHiHa PROSPECTIVE Home furnishers are assured at this store of s wide a range for selection and considerably lower prices on de- pendable merchandise than may be obtnined in the stores of larger cities. ss5ssgi SHORT LOCALS. For Sale btreet.' II. A good My home on I!.ist Main CStf C. Bmiglitnnn. western picture at the opera house Friday night Feather this office. bed for sale. Apply nt GREAT v Willow Plume SALE! MONDAY, TUESDAY NESDAY. AND WED- We Will Offer Great Value In Wil- low and French Plumes, for three Days Only. One Half Price on Ev- erything in Ostrich feathers. BIG DISPLAY. A Chance to Buy a Fine Plume at vf Wholesale Price. GORDON'S III W. Main LEXINGTON, KY For catarrh, asthma, hawking, For Sule. One tdiaro of stock in Slate Dank & Tiust Company, of uiiffling, breathe llyomei. It has Stanford; to be sold publicly next ended more catarrh misery than all lounty court dav, October !). T. A. the catarrh specialists on earth. Outfit including inhaler $1.00. Sep llrent, It. I). 1, Stanford, Box 81. arate bottles 50 cents. G. L. Penny guarantees it. only the W. S. Fish represents MT. MORIAH best and strangest insurance Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Young who Let him keep you protected. have been real Mck for several days Itev. Itay II. Biser, of Lexington, i.re improving slowly. Miss Ora Hutchinson visited Mrs. Orchard will preach ut the Crnb Christian church Sunday morning Violet McKenrie nt Dauville Saturand eieniug. All are invited to at- day and boarded the train Sunday morning for Cincinnati where she is tend. lining to work this winter. Messrs Virgil Oaks nnd Jess Flan-ner- y A bus load of Baptist ladies went were here Sunday to see two Danville Thursday to attend ii to mighty pretty girls. big mceti'ig of Baptist societies. Kvcry one is invitd to attend the Sen ices at the Presbyterian prayer meeting held nt Mt. Moriah ohurch Sunday nt 11 A. M., subject church house. The time has been changed from Suturduy nij;ht to "The Heresy of Cuin." Gen. 4:0. night. B. Ij. Iteinhart received the sad The death angel visited the home i.ews from St. Louis this week of of Mr. a'id Mrs. James Boono Satthe death of bis brother, Willinm F. urday evening nnd took away a Keinhnrt. He was 32 years of age beautiful little baby girl. The little ond is survived by his wife. He was one was only a few hours old when a member of the Maccabees and n it was called from it's earthly home I iglily respected to a home above. Ibeir many citizen. friends extend their most sincere When you go to Lexington don't sympathy to the bereaved family fail to visit the Hipp, tho best show The remains were laid in Mt. Moanywhere for the money. It is un- ri nh cemetery Sunday afternoon. Mr. S. II. Hcnize has gone to der tho ninnngeraent of L. II. RamI'eeplc's Ohio, Mrs Henizo nnd little sey, n foiiner citizen of Lincoln. sou Itay will follow him in a few A great meeting is eipected nt days. Their many friends here nre Friendship church, Cuscy county, fcorry to sec them lenie. Mcuuttey visited Miss Minnie bix have already been received for baptism and there ale more to fol- Miss Ossie Farmer in Staufoid last low. Itev. C. T. Clnuneh, of Middle-bur- week. Mr. nnd Mrs. J. W. Young and is helping Pastor A. S. Jeffries Mis's Fuiinio Hatfield spent SundiCy in the meeting. at Mr. C. 1). Wartlcld's. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Long were Itev W. S. Grinstead, pastor of the M. B. church at London, will the guests of Mr. ami Mrs. Marshall conduct special preaching services HutchitiH on Sunday. Mr. J. 1 Mills, who is working in at the local Methodist church on 'llmrsday night, Sept. 'Jftth. All Lexington, lias been called homo on are invited to eomu nnd hear Mr. account of tho sickness of his (irinstead, who is very popular mother. the hero where bo formerly held Mrs. Mary Skidmore,- who has been sick for soma time of a compastorale. plication of trouble, is much worse For Sale. My house, and lot on ibis week. Whitley avenue near Miller street Miss Mho Deathcrnge has just reHouse contains five rooms nml sum turned from a pleasant visit to in Pulaski. pier kitchen; running water, nnd there is a good cistern on tho place Mrs. Sarah Daugherty, of Mason's lot is 445 feet long by 70 feet nnd Gap, is spending a few day with has a stable nnd all necessary out- Mr. Jim Carter and family. buildings. A bnrgam E. Wilkin-toMr Charley Dunawny went to 75-Stanford. Ili;;li Bridge Sunday. com-oanig, -iel-utiv- es n. 3. THE COME TO Magnitude OF OUR LEXINGTON. DURING BUSINESS THROUGHKENTUCKY RE- THE FALL TROTS-MA- KE OUT CENTRAL DUCES YOUR PURCHASES FROM THE COST OF THE DIS- THE ASSOCIATION LEXINGTON ONE AND STORES OF TRIBUTION OF OUR MERCHANMINIMUM AND YOU OF WHICH WE ARE HAVE YOUR RAILCOUR- DISE TO A ROAD FARE REFUNDED. ARE NOT ASKED HERE TO HELP TEOUS. PAY THE INTELLIGENT TREAT- METROPOLITAN MENT. COST OF .VARIED .STOCKS .AND .AWAIT STORE'S ENORMOUS DOING REASONABLE .PRICES YOU BUSINESS. HERE. j j "Visitors are always welcome at Blower's." C. F. Bfower & Co,, "COMPLETE HOMEFURNISHERS." t .. : r u. MAIN & BROADWAY, : : : : : LEXINGTON, KENTUCKY BjggjgjpjuKg - - - ut ij h- u&.-- . -'- . Jkatei ... jtt . JJMJ'iM.'.fer.,. ,jiS k THE FARMERS S. I A. for THE INTEWinw this week to J. L. Murphy of $92.50. n JOURNAL, Hedge-Mil- STANFORD, KENTUCKY. FRIDAY. SEPTEMBER W. I9H. e t h J, i Kennedy bought pound, mixed cuttle for $255. sold Mr. Far aele Carter plant it Saturdny mornthree r00 pound heifers to It. E. ing nnd wns tlio first to notice (hat nt 3 Thompson pound it was up scarcely 4S hours afterJack Edwards sold ward. This Crimson Clover is said heifers to George A. Brown nt 4 l-to make fine liny: it grows an P. F. Kennedy sold 11 bend of long Doner, nnd Mr. vcanling cnlves to R. E. Gaines at t'urfer believes it will prove vcr, bought n cow and calf of satisfactory as hay $18.50; and feed. The stockholders of the Fanners' David Street for $30. Messrs. John Caineuisch, Adulph He nlso bought of various parties VonGruenigan and Dr. I). E. Union of Qnrrard will Proctor avmeet nt lancastcr court house Oca. 17 head of weunlinjr elves nt an tor attended the Middletou Jersc erage of $14. 7th. This orennizntinu is enrcritnr sale ut Shelhyville this week. Mr. Snm Sutton, of Garrard, sold to C'nmenisch bouzht three nice Oarraid like wildfire among the vounir weanling Dtinniicnii, of Wnyne, u Jersey bulls ,oue u yearling for It wns oired .which lie paid $00 and the C. I lavs sold four cattle to M. mare mule for $110. J. others E. Burton for $100. by T. Ynntis jack. calves. Dr. Proctor bought a Dnroc Thompson bought n weanling pilt for $13 lit the sale. J. If Charles Iligsby sold a mare mule mule of Benjamin Holtzclnw for $00. colt to W. P. Palmer for $110. Diarrhoea is always more or less John Xnyloc sold n wcnnlinc marc prevalent during September. Be preFarley Scott sold a mute to W. II. Cummins for $00. mule to II. F. Xcwland for $135. pared for it. Chamberlain's Colic, Richard Williams howed nn I. J., Cholera nnd Diarrhoea Remedy is Marshall Ncwlnnd sold a mare mule big Hurley tobacco colt to. W. M. Bright for $05. He mini a leaf of prompt nnd effectual. It can always I. ought a mare from which irrew on the farm of F. T. be depended upon nnd is pleasant to Conn on Sugar Creek, Qnrrnrd counoy Zigmeier for $145. take. For sale by all dealers ty. It measured three feet ciaht I). 11. Dishon bought of Mutriu in lensth and two feet four l'lummcr some vpiirlinus nt ''.1. I In inches CINCINNATI MARKETS. I hNo bought 15 steers nnd heifers nt inches wide. Lnnd in cultivation for Cincinnati. 0., Sept. 28. Cattle $95. the last 00 years where this tobacco Receipts S25 head; market very Waller I'cttus sold 23 880 pound $10 for the heifers, $19 for steers. Mr. C's crop has grown o dull nnd 10((15c lower; btcers $3.75 T. . Jones & Co., shipped two irew. steeis to J. II. Baughman at 4 c. large this year that he had to give (r?(;.75: heifers $2.7j(S)5.35; J. 1". Kennedy bought of Edwaid cars of 150 to 200 pound hogs to cowi $1.5()(;04.75, calves steady at $3(ni Bros., 14 head of mixed cattle the Queen City for which they paid more room between the tiers. W. to T. Grain ille Lutes sold which nvcraged 550 pounds nt $17. 5 2 to 0 cents. S.oti. Hogs Receipts 3,450 head; Ben V. Riddle, of Pulaski, sol to Joned & Co., to ship io Conciunati market slow; packers and butchers J. I'. Itodgers had a good Ruble at Lancaster, n saddle horse last week 30 cnttle nt 3 to mare crippled by breaking its 15f;i)25c lower, light shippers and Rock Salt is best for your horse pigs 25(v50c lower; packers $0.50 for $95. leg. cow. Try a lump. For sale at (S6.90: W. R. Gaines bought of Roy Zig or J. H. Smith sold two weanling stags $3(5: common sows 77tf mcicr n pair of draft BatiQhman's Mill. mules to W. II Traylor for $170. $4((C5.55; piu's and lights $3(0. Capt T. D. English lu- -t week sold Sheep Receipt- 002 head; market suck-iin- ? horses for $200. He sold n nice Richnrd-o- u sold three John harness mare to Frank ihe Meyers farm three miles from steady at $1.003.5'); lambs slow calves to Ike Shelbv for $50 for $185. He also bought Danville on the Perryvillc pike nt at yesterday's closing prices, $3.30 sold a short yearling heifer to W. II. Thninp-o- n some yearling steers of T. A. Brent $135.25. It was bought by R. L. (W5.75. Brown for 4 cents, Beddow of Danville. There were u ut 4 mules at $88.75 nnd one for $00. Ales Denny of Garrard, bousht n number of bidders. T. W. Jones & Co.. bought 19 750 -- PUBLIC SALEl J. Nevin Carter, of the Danville Price to 850 pound butcher cnttle from M. marc mule colt for $135. I will sell nt public outcry on pil-e- , new is experimenting with n P.owcu sold n mare mule colt foi E Burton nt 3 4 to 4 cents; Tuesday, October 17, 1911 . . clover, known ns the Crimsor. Clovpound high grade export cat- $100. Beginning nt 10 u. m my farm nt Dr. I). K. Procter sold a Mule eolt er, this fall. He sa.t that a few tle frvn Andv Ooooh for fi cents. Biienn Vi-t- n Giirriinl county, r. 'res lie put in la-- t week made a of 80 acres of splendid land A TRAINING SCHOOL FOR TEACHERS. he is-- looking for record jjroth nnd "r He planted' the will containing a seven room house Courses lendini? to Elementnrv State Certificate. Intenued- - .splendid results. in good repair. Place has n splendid g certificate d .He Slate Certificate, Advanced State (tlri -- cod on Saturday, the ground well ut door, two good sprinus in good and warm, pn thnt night certificate becomes a life diploma). All these certificates sisht of houe; running stream thro' arc valid in nil public chools in Kentucky. Special coars- - and Sunday it caught a nlee". gentle entire place, fruit of all kinds Good initi, which did wonders with the cs' Iu'"ew couMs- - tuition free to appointees. L'crmiuntioii of the seed, and on school nnd thiee churches in siiht of Two splendid dormitories, new Model School, new Manual Monday noon, he was greatlv house. A fine tobacco nnd slo" y ncces-h.irTraining building. Practice school, Department of Agricuwhen Dr. Proctor called barn, on place and all other astonished outbuildini;s. lture; a well equipped Gymnasium. l.is attention to the fact that the At same time I will also sell Students can enter to advantage nt nnv time. Address. clover was alrendv sprouting thro' J. G. CRABBE. President. Richmond. Kv. the cround. Dr. Proctor had seen couple of good work horses. 12'head of hogs, weighing about 180 poun apiece, 3 mv and pign; lot of com to Ik old in the heap, also faruui'g implements, nil in good shape. Terms on dav ot sale. For further information see Mrs. E. J. Poorc, Biienn Vista Ky. ReeW rfc ' nice utork cwt For Snlc Old Drurc livery burn mi Depot street. Will fell publicly County Court dny October 0. Tcrtna 74-- 5 tnsy. J. C. Eubanks. depot at tlio Strnyed. From Shelby City a Imy horno 15 linnd. IiIkIi blnck mnne nnd tnil between nine, nnd eleven yenrs old with n knot the sire o a ranrblo on his right knee. A liberal reward will be paid for his whereabouts of his return to Sam W. Westerficld at Pnrksville, Ky. A. T. Nunncllcy bought 27 head of cnttlo at Lancaster Monday at prices ranging from 4 to 4 2 cents. Faulkner Kennedy sold to 1). II. Dihhon ciijht nice heifers nt $10 J fivo steers nt $19 and one large neifer for $27. Senator H. I.. Hubble bought two mighty nire inulo colls nt Liincus-te- r court Monday one nt $115 nnd the other ut un even hundred, lie nlso paid $X)0 for n tinir of mules that were good lookers. I T. I'cneo got n colt and n year ling mule at Lancaster Monday at $GU each. W. B. Burton, of Lancaster, d bought a rmir of hundsomo mare mules Monday from X. M. lingers. They cost Mr. Burton WOO. At Lancaster court Robert Gulley bought a weanling mare mule of Virgil Layton for $75. John Cnlson. Iiorw hold a coming James Dickinson mule for $10(1. sold a weanling marc mule to D. 1). Collctt for $50. W. II. Boone sold n weanling marc mule to I'riec Bros., of Garrard for 1-four-year-o- ld four-yearolfour-year-o- ld J. Hell nold to H. Shnnks, tit $3.00 n head. V. otto Ha, Am to mi feeeHre cob- Hon of Ui liver, Stomach tad Bowel, 1 nel dtalWakataJ mJ tJoifudL AIM amaptif ay uabtc Sjrap of Fit Mat m mU Daw of Scene, k b Mt by I ami sotrW renew, to t m MMMff wwAranHi wmmamMm Recleaned Seed Rve 90 cents per & Ce.'s. bushel at J. H. lauq-hmaDunnngnn, ol. Wnyne, bought two .entiling marc mules at Lancaster $270. two marc Dock Weaver bought J. M. Cress sold to T. l Rankin, 4 horse mules nnd one niuru mule colt nt $07.50; olo 3 iired horse He mules to nniitt? for $107.50. l.oujfht 200 barrels of corn of Grimes and Bell at $2.75 delivered. It, L Smith, of llintt, Ky., sold a horse mule to T. C. Rankin nt $00. J. M Cress sold 1,000 bnles of tmiothv hay to Driitiuiii Bros., nt $18 Housework Drudgery IIotHtwnrk ( drudlery tor the wrk womn. She bruth ft, duMi and terubi, or ii on her left nit iky ollrndinit to tho nuny drtnllt of Ihe houithold, licr hsck tchlnf, her templet throhhlnt, nerve quivering under the ttrei of pln, poatibljr dlxzy feeling. Sometimct rett In hed i not retrtuhlnj, hecue the poor tired nerve do not permit of refreshing deep. The real need of wek, nertou women i tatltficd by Dr. 1'ierce'i Favorite I'rricriptioa. Durocs At Auction! 65 HEAD PEDIGREED AND REGISTERED. I i lor Has laa It Makes Weak Women Strong TM " Pntcrlptlon " rvmoroa fAo aooi f iromoii'a Htaln Imtlaiif mallom and oletratlon, anaf caroo ( to peculiar to women. It tranqnlllzeatti ntrm, eneoaratf mppttlta and irafucra ramttul mlttp. and Sick Women Welt. AT I P. Saturday, Oct 7th. M.-F0- REST roftita, " HOME FARMS, McKEE TORS, VERSAILLES, KY. RR0S., PrtOPRIE- - oat (bo warU to Jon Mi t"4TWeg1Ia"rl MOOkiBHM eeal twootom farJkefafjefJBBlaV ammaawaamwm am 1Va hMBbom OoW iTtoWol Luetrre remeri When burnt of to ConimT-OWo- rok Vttf mtiiti. too aoa o M mm Pk Srtm oi toWl mmaw per ton. B. D. Holtzclnw '.(! uUuJ pianm - boo logs to Cincinnati for cents. shipped n ear of which he paid 14-0- Know whet hi Favorlto 1'reteriptlon corftalnt, a complete litt of Ingredient! on the bottle-wrappe- r. Do not let any untcrnp-ulo- ui druitillit pertuada you that hit tuhttitete of unknown compotition I "jut! at in order that he mar make profit. Jmt amile and ahuke ynr head I Dr. Pierce It perfectly wilting to let every one " 5Cee to. on om by el In J or ilrtv ). J. bler Dr. Pierce' gtJ" Plearant Pellet cure liver lilt. L. LUNSF0RD FAMILY REUNION The Lunsford family well attended, some was people be- 2c fifty iui-me- n. ld three-year-o- ld 1-- 31-2- c. - .H-M-"-Jl- r c. - cou--i-t- it; ' be-fn- Nfafp Mnrmal '' And Farms lit 5 offer for sale privately the ii rouowing property: I 1. Distilleries My home place of about 260 acre of land SALE OF ''ol. T. I). EiiL-lis- Ain't 7(i-- tl ing piesent. The reunion wns held at the residence of Mr. nnd Mrs. II. Lunsford. A table which groaned under its delectable load of good things, had been prepared under the supervision of this excellent lady lor the occasion. After the inner man had been satisfied, the happy crowd enjoyed the hours in plenum cinvcrsarion. Both Mr. and Mrs. Lunsford lire hale and hearty nnd ns spry as crick Ms, at 01 and 00 years, respectively. It is the earnest hope of the writer that they shall each round o.it n century. This worthy couple reared ten children to manhood nnd womanhood. Nine survive, one son, David, dying ii few yenrs since. Eight children were present, with 22 bright, healthy, hnppy grandchildren ns .the full complement, show ing that the favors of a divine providence had been merited -- that the scriptural injunction, rpokeu hv the Creator, "Go forth, multiply and replenish the earth nnd subdue it," has heen obeyed. divided ns Their follows, are 12 hoys and 10 girls, ringing in age from 4 months old to 13 years. Prof. Wiley Greer, of Crab Orch-art- !, wTTo is a photographer of much skill, whoso work is in u iich demand was employed to make a picture of Hie family. The jolly crowd repair-i- d to the beautiful shores of Drake's tievk, where the patriarch nnd his dear old wife, surrounded by sons, dunuhtcrs, nnd their families, posed on the rockv terrace, hack of which the crninry cliffs reared their bend. ni'il saw the "biidies Those photogruphed wen: S. A. Italliinl and family, of Cutiaiin, Geo. H. CoNon mid fumilv. of Hnrraonr, J. M. Lunsford nnd family of Goshen. W. E. Lunsford and family' of lort Worth Texas, J. B. Curtis nnd family ,of Hnckley, B. T. Lunsford, dr., and Wife of Garrard 0. T. Lunsford nnd wife of Prenchcrs-ull- e and Henry Lunsford also of l'reachcrsville. Prof. . C. Lunsford of Little Hickman coull not attend. Tlie'vi-itiu- g relnthcs were F. T. Parks nnd fundi1.. T. V. Shaw and tannlv. Mr. and Mrs. I). J. Rigbv mid niece. Miss Hut tie, of Cedar (Wk Hid J T. Mr' i rr grand-children, Stop on 50 eleclrin line, Frankfort, Lexington yin Versailles. First Lcxingloti trots. Reduced rales from everywhere. Our offering ('iiusisls of 45 BOARS AND 20 FALL AND SPRING GILTS A. These hogs are the progeny or some ot the greatest show unit winners nnd producer that this, best of nil breeds, can boat of. They arc bred right, lime been fed right, nre right in individuality, typu nnd condition Included in the lot nre sons nnd daughters of the breeder, Forrest Chief, Duke of Cols, Chrry Chief, Highland King and llrigndicr. There will be six full brothers and sisters to Duke of Cols, Jr. It is your only chance to get u full brother l Good Kiiiiff Airniii. There will be n boar in the u (To ring that is by the Junior Chiimpion bonr nnd out of the Junior Chnmpion sow, International Live Stock Show. 1 honr out of tlio dam of Duke of Cols and 12 head of these hogs nre by Duke of Cols. 3 gilts by Forrest Chief. Mini .'1 boars are full sisters nnd brothers to three first prize winners nt the Blue Grass Fair, i. e., under year boar, under year sotv and under six months how. Them arc plenty of herd headers ntnotur the boars, in 300 pounds. The entire of. this sale. The 20 fall boars will fering is the "classiest" you 'ever snw put through n sole. They have the finish of the Berkshire and nil (he excellent qualities Hissess-i- d by the Duroe. Forrest Chief, the sire of many of the good ones in Ins offering, is the greatest producing Dnroc in Kentucky. First Senior Herd (boar nnd 3 sows). Firs; Junior Herd (boar and 3 sows). First Sow ovi;r 2 enrs old. Second Junior Yearling Sow. First nnd Third under sit First ami Second under 12 months Sow months Sow. Second Junior Ycarlirg Board. First under one year Ponr. Grand Champion Butqoo. for Catalogue. ?alurday of i uw-rag- Sow-Writ- e McKEE BROS., -- .w3nu . VERSAILLES, KY. OOU HAVE A SICKLY YOUNGSTER TRY THISFREE Th famtlr with yoenc ehtldrtn that I without aJckacaa In Ut boua now and then U ravr, aad to It la Important that the head of th houM ahould know what to do la tbo llttla nwrfmeUa that A child with a tarloui ailment nocda a doctor, it la traa, but la th majority of InttancM. a any doctor kaowa. th child auffcni from aoroo InteaUMl troubla, luually coniUptUoa. Than la no aatiaa la ftvlar It a ptll or a rmwdjr containing an oplata, nor la fluahlnff of th bowala to ba alwara Rathar Blva It a amaH 4oo of laxative tonic Rka Dr. a mild, Caldwaira Srrup Papain, which, by dan-In- r out tha bowala and atranaTthrr)c tha Hide atomadi raoaclea, will Iranxattatalr corract tha troubl. Thia U aot aloaa our opinion but that art. ireom-Bicnda- of Km, Tt, n. Jfaa of rmtxwt. Kaaa, whoaa rrandaaawhtf has baafr UklnaT K au id VfV whoof Mr. J. lIt WhHlaaT ehlldr ctvoa it to of mnA flftr It baraalf. It la aol la ovary aaa ona dollar bottlaa at cant drua atom cut If rou" want to taat It la your fa naif batara rod bur it aaad your addrraa (a- Dr. Caldwali and ba win forward a aotiaSr fraa or charga. taat tha Dr. CaMwatT doaa not purchaaa at hla ramadr anda hi obll- K aaa apaelallsad In atamach. f;atlon. bowel as aaa a for over forty yaara and win ba plaaaad to atra tha the aubJVrt fraa raadcr any advice- onwatcoma to write or chant. XII are him. Whether for tha medical advice or the free Mm pie addreaa him Dr. W. R Caldwell. MT Caldwell buUUnT, 11 L - fl Montlccllo. mM "V A -a- Notice! FoaHry RalscraP 4-11- -44 V- W cumes ( I K.MJR-4.II-Mr- r hnlPM v..v..., OIK Ufa. LimbernecL- Rmid. Canker.' a ,tn, tl..l- Uiarrnoea ano an uiseascswi rouiuj no oobr. .JlU.klllU'M fMm Kvit BrrU B;"w. Ky tr . Itnsw-1- !' poJortnJrm-f- a, nw- "Om d. ol Rm 4.IM4 vl',UCo.UAk.Kr..ni,. likniUitwnMjtJi.UicWkiiMi.oUr. UtikaUrtieiiallww Ky. rrlceltMatlI)raas:t. BiraVtawa, IIOO- B- r u nr riDfMs. r- a tU GunntKa by J. 5M. Crime. aOLD aw Prnnv' Prim Slore. B P. EXCURSION E To Lexington 1 cP k . kuai.j i rj J ii Ii.mU -- . 2t,0O0 barrel storage capacity and bottl -. TL. 1 " J- - " TV' a - L7Ac,lyT"? hn.. .11 okJU-:.-T- J or O.UUU t . " by Uiis dtilkljrivVtrV triw ..uru.WwniyaiMe national repp-- . i- -- ..--. rT"" .- mim up to date; abe a tWolory brick dweftftg hoiue at the miUl 3. The John Snenni itTw fann of aWwaft: tin -. ' d euthuiidinfs: m- grut mill - .mi Huperij oawwiiiig aboutr:.nUy HhirrJ pcky, which ha. &v 7acre .. "" teKAJ . DURING THE TROTS October 14 to Oetcberrf3 . We rffliiuV Kvery na ng jnirr Ata l!tt iirn " iw . Tu' 8.j JiS&tTtm!,0Jrty,,i a capacity efiw-AeWiffiletilerage 'Iroiiil fnre. n brnii'l new htwk. er tlmii ovvr friend1. 4 ' Let nil tnka ndvnntuu of the free (rip. Extraordinary Xeellent Full hhowint;s to seo this vnr. JJFSJj! ti&SZS!!! Waft The John Traylor farm of H& OOOWAttT ) Witfrframe dweUing and outbuiloig Kentucky, and all wftkh i. on the county road MM. l Gilbert'. capacity ef CrgfitibTR incr''li'iiit opportunity in Rood new fctjrle. Coins. Lp.inRioir,ri'ots,,ia.',iw. Cull (111 Intention but doiujr U better yoiYr,'liexlH5lU i?C h toMrnde. entres. Villi. Not n dull moment if you rotne. racing; event in One hundred' storeS" wlii Grentexl market in Central Kentucky. uuanii Fr further particulara, awwam ueei wriaaiwuun to aVUeaerarr aaMreM letfl' it Muny hhoArn) tilt th. Every dollnr spent' tU!Hlr lor Trent yuurxelf to u rSylilV'ilBrl lit Troti nro jrreatent Our point Never wn 'the world. of interest nre worth Me:nR. such nn opportunity preFtmted. R. F. D. 4, W. H. Traylor, Duly Kod K"dti in -:- - How f& Gci iif Your Railroad Fare Refunded n merchant whose wtoa-v- us -:- wiH are iwwatea with the bin re cards and he present Stanford, Kv. Shew yeur return trip ticket iVifltKi . D0NT FAIL TO SHOW YOUR RAILROAD TICKET. vm wf i, rcf 4 1 fan --k kMk