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KENTUCKY, TUKSADV, OCTOIH.H 3, 1011 EVERY TUESDAY ANOTHER MEETING THOMAS AND FRIDAY SPLENDID CITIZENS RUN "POSSUM" ROUT SHOOTS FOR CITY COUNCILMEN.' CLAY DRYE TO DEATH John Karris Rout toriitullt murAnnounce Intention To Clean up Blind Tlqcrs, If Elected, and dered Clny Drio in Mnckstillo nt to Stand for Law and half piiht three o'clock Monday aft Order. exnoon, just toefore the I. J. went dinted toy mi earnest de-ilo n.nke Stiinfoid n better rily in wliicli to lite, to clean up tlii' Mind tigers which infest the fit J, to enforce tin law atitt improte conditions generally, id of tlie best known oilien of .Slunford announce their candidacy lor tlio position-- i of City Coiuwihiiou. Ai re NEW CASHIER OF THE STATE BANK & TRUST COMPANY BOX OF BABIES' BONES S. ELKIN H I B H Ihej nre: .1. .1 ('. McChity, A. Allen, lolm S Hnughmnu, l'mlin Hi7ly, Order, and have elected iinblein to go upon the official bill-lo- t the Itolv Hiblc. which is the liijrl-i-nuthontv of law and order to toe found. In order to curry out to the Utter tho purpose and intent of the law ,oterr.iug the citv. the candidates lor Counciliiien announce that they l.ae selected . 1'. Kincaul for Chief of Police III the eent of their tie lion. Mr. Kmeaid ii mi upright, toe refcnrlc-- s gentleman, and ma upon to toi etery thing in his lied law. mid lower to enforce the conlidcnt those tlint who know toini nre tho Law and Order candidates for (ouncilmcn have made no The candidates in their hdection. the follow mr .iddrcss-l- o bate the the people of Stanford, in their cundiihiet : To tlie l'cople ot Stanford At a meeting of ciliens called, for the purpose of taking step-- , to put an and vice, now, did to the lawlcs-nuiiiheekcd and rainp.int in our city. ve were selected and urged lo candidate- - for members ofjhc City Council, to Ii dected on Not-- t tuber 7, 1011. We litiMi .tlikb'il to tlie ilemnnd ol our lellow citizen- -, and now candidate tor thin oitr-cl- tf otftce. If elected, the .iflinn of the citv xliall toe honestly nml ccoiiomi-ml- lt ndtiini-tere- d and the letcnuc-sha- ll toe expended the toettcrinent of he ficed the whole cit. the cit ffom liliml tiger- - ami other form- - of and law and order, l.iwle nc-- s, peace and quiet shall prevail on ct iry strcit and nlh of oai cii. dax und night. In onto i to carry out the-- e ureal retortns, we hae selected to I'fc. and will if elected, appoint the K. S. Alcorn tallowing ottictr: in t. mi-lu- ke repre-.cntaitte otoe-on-- Dr. W. M O'lliiiiuuti, It. 0. Arnolil. He is a rn rented ami locked up. The City CiHincil is tlie ku omiti had noMro and Iiiih Ircipicnth toei iitluirlty of tlie nity, and it in in (omt on a chaivu of hootlcu 4 lhrouh the eonni'il lllilt tlie people whixk.t. Dr.te worketl at Pre-care ftalile ami was coiiMilered conditions mind net. a po to tint lotnllx uiisulwluetoiy neuro. Tinof the two nit j citizens, tootli white nntl col- ore it nl to luit toad 11 iiiurnl In ored ,of the community, ami it it toie, lint -- o far iih known tin t v. , . .olclv in response to the iUmimiuI 1. en lid not had ant words, made upon them toy a meeting of re-- I BOMBSHELL THROWN tonnittWJ men and citl-eINTO REPUBLICANS of the communilt IIihI thee tcntlcmcn have consented to rtm for By Expose of O'Rcar's Doulile-DcaThey propn-- e to run ( oiincilmeii. Inii Willi the Liiiuor Interests ot I jot ami upon the Milcl Inside ol Plot Laid Bare nt to prffts, l.otelacc, another lie uto, who wiim an vy witness lo the alTir, declines that Rout uppro.iih id lite as he mIoucI on (Irceu Main ford's poieh out of the nun, ami with mi oath declared: " I am puiii to kill on." lie II red one s"liol from a mo-I- c Lxint'l nhot K"U olid as llrjr xln nei(l olT. although lie in a one-arid man, Rout inaunxcd to I cloud and tore UKfiill. The M'cond shot xtriuk I) rye in the toonulx, hcatteini In. eulmllit oter the ground. Rout waWill B 9 HI m 1 1 1 i j 1 I llea'it' hitv-abidi- - ttitc ni l- iw-- uo their ( it Mnrsluil; Waller Miunder- -. Tiensiir-- ( r; and J I). Wiimn Clerk. Thee' gentlemen did not sck the- -' poi-lion- s to. il- -. biciiu-- e tout were cho-i- n we Ik lift e Ihein emiueutlt ipmllficd lor the nlfire- - and thet oulv i t. to scrte at out carne- -t re-ie- Attoruet: V. 1'. Kinenid. Cit If you are in fat or of a clean city, nil uloiiu: the line, then not oulv tote lor u- - tout gite ns our active and heartt V .1. C. .11 McCtotrv. Rein-Icy- . (Vllaunon, R. J. S. Ilanuhman, C. Arnold. J. A. ut Allen. Knitory It in tery strongly rumored about, town that a uumtoer of the pre.-cCoiiiu ilincii will not seek g With the iK'ople thoroughly conditions that confront them and the large majority of the good people enrneutly desirnig tr hunj;o and tho strict and impartial enforcement of the law, it it not toy many that there will be hclicu-tuoiigh men willing1 to take the okii position of advocating a continuance of blind tigers and against the of lutv. to onuotu tlii-- i fplemlid ticket who have announced lliemxeltcs. under-htundin- Italy tUclnrcil war on Turkey Friday afternoon and humilities cominincdl. Tho Italians llciuingi. and tho haihor of 1'rcvosn. ntu said to liavo occupied Tripoli, a naval toalllo wiw fatiKht off Pre-eti- .l and h Italinu Miuadroii is said to hnvo so toadly damnKed two Tnrk-itbhips thut.thcy lmvo (onu nshnro The Turl.Wi Cnbinei tons resigned. A CoWnniuople dinpatch mivk that Turk,V ttilj not offer nrmeil resin-tene- c to Italy. Tho deelaralion of ar rauijed creat hurpiiie in official circles at Washington di t, or, at Ie.i-- t, one ot tlio of Mt. t 11011, -er of tli stale leatc-- t, openin.s in Mie lati . beiii el.'ilnl I r 1.0. think tou, sjeiith ineii, -- I Miiu-loiCompaiit, ol 11 millionaire distiller and president ll.ink ami Tri the i -- mention in which joii have , llat'he-01- 1. of the Kcntuuky Distiller- -' Associato Miccced .1. me and hope that ni.it tion lor contribution- - to the ami will be here tins wcik to a nine lirot lntclt woltllt o!" toin RfputoliiAii ciimpaian fund to elect Mr. Iliitelu-o- n his diitic-- . mil o iii,l election. Thanking .on. one O'Reui- - Uoternor and n Republican ,iii,l nl. and hopiiii; to miet oii where he lut inceptto l.oui-till- e, lo tho linttd States Senate, fill into ed 1111 mipoitant mxiii, I remain. Van- - l'inl. witi a toiu the haiiiU of tlm llcmocratii! ort;ani-Jiitnu- i. M. It. Sti.lX. oiepaut. flu' Irtter was bent broadMr Snlin - a native of O.vcn J "or -- everal I lie ia- -t .e.u-- . Ml cast to employes of the Internal halm ha- - been of tl 0 Peo- couii'v jnd a '.'iiiduatc of .'i'Mice-low- u Sertice, -- taut ,n Me wn- - a and oth-ii- r ple's Hank of Mt. Vernon, where he Collcue. workers 111 the ruterul borticc. lia- - uiud'i a Mtiiial ci-cand mid it xcteral lankuij- Cn talioiierf of the "Republiean wa- New tlie People's It. ink it that that villi ii'iiel. ni-re- t State CamiMiKii," the names 01 .lonn Hope. Ncl-o- u coiiutt, reiiaiuiiu no lit iimi accepted hi- N. Ijiiiclet, eluiirin.in, and Alti- - S. to euiihlf him to lbs went to Mr. -- Mine line .heie. Iteimcit, -- eirctar), appearing' at the S.1I111-- ii'.--. -- i mid '- litter 01 iit'cep'aiie' In l'n Mt. tp, t oloiiel .Mit nil,, cli m M'udiii.-on- t lloilld o llilectoi- - ot lilt hie.il wa- - iiioii oiin of.teal- ne v 'er ii the his appuil tor aid. I'll 11k. Till- - to.ilik - .low the bank read- - 1- follow- -: An niierestniK story is continued "ounty. hank in Itoi ken-li- e Itnard of Unci tor- - of the State laii-e-- l in a xpecinl trmii I'aducli on tlu Mr. s:i in w - the promote .uid llank ami Tru- -t Coiupaut of Stan-lorof the branch heaitopiar-ter- t. tin- - bank. 'I be tieople of Kt at the Palmer lloiisii in that the 1. untie- - with whom he ha- - been (icntleimii -- I take idca-u- te in 11 oil Mliulll), AllKllst -- ". t a- - a him .ven ii!iii'rV !ii:io.i ai a o.'i iiul, Culoiiil McCulloeh went to I'adu-e.i- h iiiiiu lid iuditiiliial .Mt. the e.piratioii of Mr. llutehusoii'- that da) to nini Judf;f O'Reat tertu, 11111I in iloint: -- o, I hone iiiilo eeuie- ii 0 iiiteie-te- d .ton Uiaiiinun L.iiiuIpj nd other Reputoh-'1111- -. in iHiiniu-I hate made nnv lbit'lf 11, 111 with In- - biotli" 111 iior -It is aid O'Kenr and I.iiiik-le- y Owen count t tin !.. tin- - -- ueie-ot the 1:1 ntlen'eii, hud written .Mr. .Me c'ulloclie Ml. S.ilill mid tt'le will uudciibt- depends on the nore tli.111 oiiee iiikiii" 11 conference. otihallv eJeomed to .Slan- idlt I ration 11ml puli we .'ite the On the Suiidut ot this ineetini:, it 1 willinc to pled."' it i'le. loid to', cteivoiic. He Is :i Kliluht ii'ii tas "ui'ii nt in tlie that Tenip!ai, a meiiibe ot the ' ). O. !'. k for our Jud-- e O'Rear went lo hear his old and -The iiccc-s is not 11 me. but ton ami it the Maplis! iburc'i fir 11 now located , in I'adiicah, In;- - latner lit in:.- I ecu ,1 mm- with iiie 1- leadei. and with ihi- Pleach and enjoyed the fceriiion teiy I that deiiom. nation. think that Stanford ollci-i-Miiiili; nl-- ti that Judxe O'Rear pent the remainder of the day nt ie-- t, Q 43 WO ii: O HORRIBLE AFFAIRS. :; CUPID'S CAPERS ntioiiu-- ulwas to tiatel on trains or tran-ii?: Si r nn worldlt alfair 011 Another Blq Dam Gives Way and & Sunday. Million .lone.- -, used 2.1, and Mi Hundreds Drown AieorduiK to the tory ju- -t Itelle Payne, l!i, were marr'ed at alter dinner on that Siinda Pa.. Oct. 1. Mole tllllll (lie coin t hou-- e on the "j!)th, The there iihsemhled 111 JiuIkc O'ltcur'b .'loom - a liincci ml tin- - - the were drowned .mil un1(1 room about pioiiiiueiit repubh. ''0'l -- ecoiul mariiase. told iiiimbeis were maimed here nil- -, who had ionic by hi- - invitaIidi.i ll.11m-.ll- , :i,,rcil 21. in,l .1 l'ir-- t ami Sd 01 tion, from the Con afleruoou tthen the ,'ie.it dam I 'la Maiden. 1(1, win iuaiii-Pult and Paper of the ll.itle nt the court hou-- e la- -t week .Indue O'Rear immeJialcIt took mid Mi- -. .loan lone- -, aviii IiuMiui; back .noie tbiiii ilmiKC of the 111 liand. nml gallon- - of water, went out. Mary Maiden, .'IS. weie maiiiid 011 Ins dictation the following ottt-ce- iai l.niley. the "Oil' by Jiul-weie chosen for the branch I'olt.t bodie- - hate been iciotiicd, with -- o ui.iiiiiiil lieailquaiters nt oank of t that JUDGE WALKER MAY .nliicah: T. W. Vin-o- n. of rthl-wcGO WITH L. & N. - linpo itole. The Mirvitol-nr- e county cliaiiman of the Cvecu-lit- e It - rumoiid tltut .luihre I.. 1.. in a fren.t. There - no oiuaui-11I101Committee; W. V. Scott of Hop. jjeu-- t the town bciiii.-- dazed tot the Walker will be made a 111- countv chairman of tlie Speakral couu-- cl ot the l.oui-vil- le and ers' t ommittce; Wallace Key of foice of the cabiuuly wliieh came Railway Coinp.iny when county chatimnn of I'liblieilt without a moment'- - wnniiui. Mator 1- tune a- - .Indue in thi- - judicial ( oumiitttc; W. T. Fowler, of Chris-lin- n .Minn ha- - not been located, ami it district cxpiie- -. Prior to hi- - appointouutv, flmirman of organi- featid he ha- - been diowued. Muu-dn- ment to the phn e he wa- - local conn-i-zation t'ommittec; John W. MeCul of men, ttoiiiu and ehihlien tot (be compaiit. at I.auca-te- r hi'h ot Duties- - county chairman of, me -- calcium.' tliiou:h (he ruin- - of A- - circuit indue tu tin- - district he Finance Coinuuttce. Mr. McCulloih (lie tilbi'.'c foi thiir fiiiiiihc" and ha- - dcmou-trate- tl hi- - ability in the was made cliairiiiau of the Finance tiiends. lentil proteioii ami ha- Committee on motion of Mr. I.aiii;-leThe on'v liirht - the sin re of hun- him-e- lf 111. one of the ter.v be- -t with LiuikIov, with Jude dreds of house- - which cam-li- t in the state, tiro jud-:elie ton made nodding and biniling approval. from broken Kn- - iipes almost befoie many friend- - by his fair ami imMi. McCulloeh incepted the honor, the tlood had pa ed. Chaos ieili-i- d partial ileci-ion- -, regardless of parly and in his rhuiuctcrNtic, from the moment the niii!il wall at filiation- -. D.nitille Advocate. way nid there was 110 time like ot water tore thiou--lThe democrats the tiiitn, and of Wa.xne hate tho present for hcuinuiiu-- ; thu work iiieie win ne no relict until liel:i V. ., ,,.'.. ..... ... Albert reire-eiilut- Bertram, of .. I.. raisin; money, ol lie, thercforo. conies limn tlie -- uriouiiiliiig town- -. SiiuntbiooK. lor m auiiiiunccit bib own Hiihseriiitiou tu The propel It daiuaue 'tho lintoii-Wattint cainpaiiru fund, and in a few nt fd.OUII.IHIII. minutes hud rui-t- d i ainoiif; tho-- e Tho 0. iV C. Mciriuin Compuuy, the room triOO. You iiie not dibtiuguished publi-ber- -, cMieuinenting oil I ho of This put mimu entluibitiMn into the xour-e- lf wlieii ton take Chanibt-iSnriiu'lield, hute meeting, and O'Rear, it is hind, nliip-l.c- d lamV Couj-- Remedt tor 11 cold a- - just issued a now edition McCulloeh on thu hlioulder, ,say-11- (hat i has won its gieat.of Wcb-tc- rs liitetuational Dution- lie had never known before what repiilulioii and exten.-itl- sub) toy . T. ur.t, edited 111 duel liy lr. a fellow he tas and ndded: 1 cine- - of cold- -, and can llanis, late Conimi inner of "Get out ami net it. don't eonliue tilnat-- toe depended upon. It ion. The publication is the great yourself to thu First mid Second dih- tiiliiatole for adult s and iliil-dri- ll c I one of tln kind that bus ever triets, tout net it aiiywheie." and may be given to vniing been gotten out and contains ull And McCulloeh, lieadin the ad- cliildmi with implicit conlldenno ns the late-- t wind- -. It is 11 work that monition of his leader, Iiiih lloodul it contains 110 huriutul dm,; Sold should In) in eveiy libra it. We-tcKentucky with letters to toy ull dealers. 78-- 1 uiid piUKcr- -, pohlniUH- Mrs. France- - lleaucliamp, presi tei'b, rural unite earner- - and repubRet. Roy Rutherford will preach dent of the Kentucky W. C. T. V., licans generally, upp(aliii); for funds nt tho Crab Orchard Christian mix- - the hope of the nation is in lo elect O'Rear and inuke Keiituck.t church Snml-iy- , Oct. 8. All arc in- - I he independent rural vole, at the bale for Tnlt next year tote of tlio cities is Cental. t'tcd to Owcmdioro, K 1. A OU. tooiiiliilirll was thrown 111(0 tlie riu.U of tho Republican and O'Rear of tins end of the state whin the original of the litter went out toy Col .' . McCulloeh of Owen-bo'lip-porte- rs M. B. M. It. Snlin, Snlin. bus Hhe creale-d, Ca-lu- 1 llt po-iti- Re-tfi- I'li-hl- cr -u- -- in--t- 1- ca-ln- ei. 1 too-f- e.i-lu- Pto-ple- 1- d. 1 1 iu 1 bu-iii- i'- 1 .1I-- mi-tii- ; es per-0n.- 1l bil-l-l- ie. iifu-pape- rs 1 n-- Dii-l- 1- teai-i.mtt- nr ct aa s s -- v '- :- o0 pub-to-l'i- d, Vll-l- lll per-01- S.it-I'.id- at j Mii-I.11I- Mc-Moii- ul ('nin-I'liii.- x, '-- -s i reeo-'-llltio- ll 1, 1- fal-low- Na-hvil- le 1- d- el ar i ... .... ue iv .. et. - 1; -- IM11-11- 1 rn store-keepe- r- DIES AT LANCASTER Washed Out of Gulley by Heavy To Be Held To Perfect ParentRains Over in Casey Teachers' Association. Prominent Citizen of Garrard Passes Away After Short Illness-O- ther At tho first of tlie ParIlustontille, Oct. 2. News Over the Line Wliv nre there no new biiildimrs ent Teachers' Association last week Roiii-up 011 the lot! recently .old a number of patron- were present to bear and discuss those thin-.-'Lancaster, Oct. J. at McKinnej f which Oenetii is still impiotinj--- . A saw would do most for increiminc; the TlionuiH Sailer Klkiu, nged CI Anion-,- ' and iilnnui-,- ' mill is the latest addi- school spirit in Stanford. jcars, died at bis home in this city tion to luisinc and il is doinj; well. those who made interesting talks tit 1 o'clock on Saturday, after a 'J he of Clay Snow in were Mrs W. M. Ilnslit. Mrs. T. 1). tin Green Riter valley neai .Malt Rnncy, II. J. McRoberts and J. S. brief illness of double pneumonia. Ret Holds' was burned Sumla eve I locker. Some jood music was fur- Tlio tomnimiiuity wm shocked when , in-week with most alt its cont- nished by Miss .Mary Moore Itnnc) it was known Mr. Elkin xtns dangerand Miss Kllet, Hnllou ent-.. There win no iiiMirnucc. ously ill, for it ttiis only leccntly Then was not 11 siilllcicnt luiinhcr The bones of an infant recently to juslify nn orpiiiirntiou and Supt. that he was seen at his accustomed tumid on the Hicks faun neat J. W. Ireluiid that it place of husiuc!s. A widow und two hate not been identilkil. Mr. f. II. (lallie and fumilj, of might he xt ell to abandon the idea, .rown sons, Ifobert und Shirley, and Ml. balein, left Suuda for Tampa, but so enthusiastic were thoc pre- three brothers, John. Onbe and Miko I l.i., whete they will mnke tluir fu- heat that a motion was ninth', sec- ami one sister, .Mrs. Alice Htillmau, onded and unnnimoii-l- y carried to ture home. of Stanford, survite, und to them hold another meeting Friday niter-nouThe Major of Jumbo mijs Otlober l.')th, and each one much sympathy is extended. The s pi that lite tillage is exeied-iii'- lt -- olw since the clou" of the pro-e- n t to act on a committee to fuucriit wus hild Sunday nfteriioou l,i- -t explain the puriio-- e ot the n dela at 1 o'clock in tlie Lancaster me- (.imp nuetuiL', Mr. O. II. I'lotd is doiui; n llour-- 1 tion and iM't a larcer number pre- - tu v. conducted bv Ebkr F. M. T11Inn-- , lit Oenetn and lie ent. All who weie nrcsont nro- - tiJr. Messrs. It. F. Hudson, W. L. m nml planing hill is ninniiiK' full uoimced the association tu l.awson, J, J. Walker, II. T. Logan, that will be effective mid James Dutis and James J, Hamil turn'. .Mrs. Map-jlWright and Mi. line which will ai comnli-- h mant ton net cd as pallbeaicrs. Pie-to- n. Molne amliteer, of llnrrodstoursr. Koo'l I bin;- - 111 nil educational way. 21 jeurs old, end ln- -t woi.nd-e- l week of old immaiiidl, wus iic the .'iic-ls QUAIL Saturday night while uttendiug 11 i'ii mis anil relatltcs at The tc.icheis' meitim; held nl the by Paul and Chas. Miller, of Ilridi:'-pot- t, oloied festital near (olk.-i-liinldine; at IIutonille last Preston Indiana, hate been WMtint; one of the pnrty was ui wei k wa- - well attended. to the Luneaster hospittheir aunt, .Mrs. Mary (iiillln. Concrete -- nle walks on We- -t Main Mr- -. Mattie Owen- - is the f;ue-- t al, wheie it was found he was sufextend now of her sNters, Mcsilame- - J. II. Wal- fering from a serious abdominal licit in lioui Dantille ntcnue tve- -t to Doiti-l.- it ton, Lee Reynolds and Mis-- Annie wound ftnm which it is thought be luunot lecoter. uxi'iute and the work is to toe Parsons. W. 1.. I 'hi it on bought a pair of -j extiuded to the I). S. Carpenter Mr--- . Uatid Proctor, who has beeir ear-ol- d home. mare mules of John Pinks, q,nite sick, is much unproved at this r10, Rev. Caret Illniii, our of Richmond, for time, 11111 t, pastor, preached in Lexington Ret. C. C. .Marshall, a gifted W. A. Owens was enllul to HansMu In.' I Sunday. of Ri'dimoiul, began 11 serie school. ford to teach a liunlctte Powell has -- old his F. I j. Thomp-01- 1, the llyin-.- ' drum uf meetings Sunday night nt the of Ca-e- y and will mer, was tliron'h this bection la- -t Inpti-- t church. tin in in the at Hit-to- n J. J. Poor died after a short eoiituiue mereliiiiidi-iii- -; w eck. ville. of Ilright's at Ruenn still continue-- , John A. Brown Mi e- - Sallie ni'd Ileatriee MuKin- - about the Vista. The deceased had lited in same. their net, of lllinoi- -, are Clny Chappell and Ilertel Garrard lor 40 year- - and was a popvraudmolher. Mi. Mittie MeKinney the merchant ot near Kns-i- r, ular and substantial larmer A widI clow ow and two daughter-- , Medames town. were in this section Sunday la-- t. On the furin of the late Alex Charle-- j Herriu will soon have his Ed Ballard, of Stanford, and Wm. Hit ks on the Ilustontille and Middle-hurt- : Lerkos surtite him. new dwelling comiilctcd. Mrs. It. pike, two mile- - north of the has sold Mr. Nannie Turner, of Indinun-)ioli- s, her hand-nin-Thomashome Walker Richmond e county, n tenin Ca-on l.ittei pln-ha- - been visithi-at J. W. trect to Robert Long, of the comiant found a few daxs ago a box o Striniter'- - the pa- -t week. bone- - that hud been buried in a W. R. Itrottn conlcmplates sell- ty, for .',G00. A hund-otireception will bo givnlly out in a Held near the hou-- e. ing out hi- - entire stock and movimr en wa-bthe The heuty rain- - recently teaihers tonight, Loui-vil- le to jo in the grocery Tue-du- v, ta at the -- eliool or college the dut from the box nml epo-e- d bu-i. building by the On nurd county When taken out and examined il. lolin Stiinuer, aged 211, and by .1 Middlcbuit; d ctor, he found Proctor, aged 13, daughter of tenchers. Muthew Crank, a 15-- j ear-olthe -- keleton- of thtce habie- - and J. A. Proctor, were made alnio-- t enouli hone- lo make an- i'liobnnd and wife at the home of .xoiith of this place, aceidentiilly s'lot ntootit the luide on ThurMlay week rt an old other. There - luueli lat. hi'iiself while handlingfew hours aft his dentil resulting a the srett-oin- e liud for there bate we cxtedd to them our best er the accident. been ,110 b.ibie- - mi mi: ill that and heaily cougrntul.ition-- . John Walker sold a fancy sorrel that au.tone knows of. If. Gentry ofllcialed. P. four-- t car-ol- d combined hor-- e lo C. Mr. Atritt and wife, of Ili.ulford--till- e Mr- -. Jemima Todd at A. Robinson for .r2o0. Walker sold weie mie-t- s la- -t week of .Mi. ( leaiance an aged work mule to Tnjlor House and Mi- -. F. M. Yottill for and one to J. Wade The -- urtitoi- of the old 4 til and FAIR VALLEY Walker for $100. flOth Kei.tuckt Volunteer Infautn Fair Valley - located thico miles Master Claude Rice Guine- - cele .uid the -t Kentucky Catalry of the I'liion Arinv in the Civil War aie Mitith of McKinncv near the Green brated hi- - sixth birthday 011 afternoon, to which some 10 requested to appoint a committee a 1 iver lord. James X'. Ite, of St. Louis,, vis- or 12 little friend- - were uitited. once to arram-for a reunion to b. ited his parent- -, .Mr. end Mr- -. Jo'iti Mi- -. Charles P Weater. of In Id 111 Lincoln county during OcM. last week. After spendin-- ; will -- peak at the teachers' tober. week- -, he letuined home, hikon Thur-du- y on School Im .Milton McCoim.ick, our -- oiithp.itr two hiMi-- s I.uella with him provement. She - employed by the twiilcr, b.i- - letuiued home fiom the ing -- South Atlantic Leiiuue, where he to pend the winter. Her u.iiv State Federation of Woman'.-- Clubs lnend- - were sorry to see her no. but to speak. Mr- -, Weaver cotre- - un phiyeil :i 1110- -t biieee till their be- -t go with hei. Wbi'u der the auspice- - of the Woman's Ill- - niaiiy friend- - conllilcntly expect nt home, Mr. l)y- - c.iptmed a large Ciuto, of tin- - city. l,mi lo break into the ton; rattle snuke near his futliei-- home, .Mi es Margaret und Joan .Mount whiih had 11 rattles and a button, entertained at card- - in honor of n The ninny fiieml- - of Thoma- and mea-iirfour feet and four Miss Helen Gill's nttraetite guest, will he -- 01 rt to le.irn of hi- inel'i--. lit took the skin stuffed to Mi-- s Corinne Murray, of Cincinnati. illnc-- s. 1 lie -- on little of Mar-hi- ll llciiiu-.and the blood St. Louis with him. Theio were about 4" peonle ut Mis. Luther Ray, of Jud-o- n, wns ne hound- - bate been dounr -- nine tuy .Ir. J. M. Dte'.s Sunday, the 17th. drowned by falling into a line ttmk in thi- - -- eclion teeently among ttio-- e pre-ewere Mr. and (Mind last week. The father just died Me-sr- s. Mrs. Will Ninth and family. last sprin,', having never recovered Thomas Karles, Richard Martin, 0:'- - from the wound- - he receitcd in a JUNCTION CITY in Turner While on hi- - way lo King's Moun- inore Miirton, Hairy Jacob- -, K. O. light with Creedniore diitiug the oil wag- .Martin, .Mr. and Mr. Win. Wheat which the latter died ahuo-- t instant tain Wedne-du- y i.nd little son Uertiice, also Mr. ly. It was a sad affair. wa- - pain-lull- v on. Mr. Krne- -t Iticluiid-n- ii Singleton and little nephew. The Teaiher- -' lit- a rifh) falling Muck wounded Resides the-- e, many of their neigh compo-e- d of Meicer, lloyle and tiom the -- cat of tho wagon, bitting bor- .veie there. Gatrard, began Monday and will lie double tree and exploding. He .Mrs Lucy Lane ami little daugh- - continue throughout (be week. Supt. .mis at once broligkt to the borne of of Lexington, hi- oarents. Mr and Mrs. W. T. ler, Mamie, went to Danville last M. A. Cas-id- y, week. Mes-r- s. James Hall and by Mrs. Stewart, will make the Richard-oi- l. in this citv. liurton were callers at J. M". week 1111 instructive one. Prof. G. Mr. J. K. Wallin, of Crab Orchard, who holds a with the Q. Dte's last Wednesday evening. Mis 1). Smith, of the Richmond Normal, lecture on hero Ornce Young, the teacher heie, ut- - will give an C, railwat. was a Tliuisday night, following the able Mr. Wallin ha- - re-- 1 lended tho teachers meeting nt on Tliur-.la- v. last week. talk to be given by Mrs. Charles P. which en try sufteied 11 bet ere illne Messrs. Howard and Ethrago A1- - Weater, of Loui-vill- e. has left him tery thin. It is his Mi-- s Nettie Miller lelt Thursday l.ilentiou to mote to thi- - city ju- -t l'ord hpeut Sunday with tlia liojiio for a protracted xit.it to Mr. nnd a- - soon can iolks. as a suitable Our school is progressing uicel I 4 Mis. Samuel W. Miller, of Kno.xt ilK 1. tul Yi In nt u& lllllli 1V Airillill It has uii enrollment of 43 pupils, Dr. aud Mrs. "Jnnus M. KluuKhter and only 17 in the district. left Sunday fur their home in CovSave Clth of Rider. Misses Leln Dye and Grace Young ington. Mi es Pauline and MargarA uildl that a New Jersey man haa tisitcd Mrs. Will North Saturday et I locker, of Stanford, nre guests patented Includes a leather flap to mid Sunday. of U'cir nunl .Mrs. Mattie Duncan. cover the buckles that frequently wear One of .Mr. and Mrs. fleorgo Miss Corinne Murray has returned out a rider's clothing. little twins litis been very lo her home in Cincinnati, after a ill for tho past week. Gill. pleasant stay tilth the Mi,-sMrs. Harnett und children spent Prof, nnd Mrs. S. JI. Nickclls. o PULASKI WAKING UP Sunday with Mr. und Mrs. 0. . Harrodsburg, are with Mrs. W, Ross Pulaski - going to get good roads Moore. Ilufctin. Mrs. S. F. Hughes nml Utby volunteer wink. The fiibt day A. J. Alford had a lino cow killed ile son are in Dantille, visiting Mrs. of the volunteer week by n train u fotv days ago. Ranks Hudson. Mis. Hilda Clino wa a good sui-c. Judge Tiutttr Henry Toombs nnd Davo Elliott nnd children, of Birmingham, Ala., cslimatid that over .1,000 hands were swapped horses last week. nro guests of Mrs. Elizabeth McCar-le- y at work and a much Inrgei, forco Howard Alford has moved out on and daughter. Miss Mury Ar is expected to wink the ie-- 1 of the tho pit-,nold left tho past week to enter near his father's home. week. Neatly etery business man tho Cincinnati Conservatory of Mue, Lame, back is one of tho mo- -t com sic. Miss Pnttio Weakley, of in Somerset donated four davs' wmk by hiring bOtneoue to go oat. Judge 111011 forms of muscular rheumatism is visitinjr Mr. and Mrs. E. Tartar estimates 'that at least ?20,-00- 0 A few applications of Chuuiberluiu's C. Gaines. Mrs. R. E. Hughes, and worth of work will bo dono in Liniment will give relief. For sale little daughter, Mnrgaret Elkin, o toy all denier?. LouisVille, are hero with relatives. the four days. s -Mid-ib-bbu-i-- le n, 1ss I e ru-h-s .1Pre-tojtcetan-','elisflin-jinill-iii- -s -e, ar hti-tli- u; et r -H' rd ti-itiue Mis-(Iraee d int-tepi-t- ol wi-h- es c-tion ng i1Wed-ne-d.it Ie Lon-i-til- le, i-011. wi-b- e- i-011. l)en-liai- ed - ld nt - as-ut-- ed Gil-nio- re po-iti- xi-it- or illu-trat- cd litis-tontil- eo Mont-goiuery- es .1 load-woiki- Slid-byvill- '. i THE INTERIOR JOURNAL. STANFORD. KENTUCKY 1UESAOY. OCTOBER 3. 1911. Fall Clothing; HE I1V1ERIOR Established HELTON M. OURNAL 1872 M0RELAND. Wanted of ratio Co. 1,000 or l.AOO JoiicH IIiiukIiiiiiiii lin-hc- U SHE GOT WHAT SHE WANTED This Woman Had to Insist Strongly, but It Paid ChlcaRo. 111. "I suffered from a female, weakness and stomach trouble. nnd l went to mo store, to pet a Iwttlo t O 00000000000000 XK&OOOCH3HtJ$&5H. 8AUFLEY,... Publisher We have received our II Entered at the postofftce nt ford aa second class mall. last shipment and have Democratic McCreary. every thing new to For Governor James Ticket.McDe'inett Kor LIciiL governor E. J. fnr show you in the Cloth- For Trianrir ofThos. S. Khca. State 0. F. Secretary ing line. Only the best For Attorney Uoneral James Garnott. M. Kor StanU. A YEAR STRICTLY IN ADVANCE Creee- - of "Make" in pure Wool for State Superintendent ot Au.litor-- II. IyJli hand tailored. Call and take a look before you buy. SAM ROBINSON, Fc Usrksdalo HamletL Commissioner Agriculture Nowman. J. IL . . For Clerk Court ot Appeals Commissioner Klalr. For Circuit Judgo Charles din. Fo- - u r. Greene. For IlaUroMl A. Har- Itetircsentnthc W. H. Shank. 1 Stanford, Ky. ("HHJf--2 EVERYBODY Ge t Ready for the Big Fall Opening on Saturday,Oct. 7th. A SOUVENIR FOR ANY LADY WHO MAKES A PURCHASE. side of the blind tij;er by oppo-dnt- r n the Law and Order ticket for who announce their candidacy in other columns of "this iMie! The issue in the City campaign is Koiiu: to be dean cut. There is Roina to lie but one question to consider .in the election. Are oii in faor of a rontinuniiee of present conditions, ov do you want a better, cleaner and more law abiding city? These who announce themselves who well known to every one in Stanarc ford, and thero is no doubt but that they will "make pood" if elected couiicilmcn. They stand open .nu.l above-aboar- d for the enforcement of the laws in the city. What do ou si! v, Mr. Voter. Do you want a . A BIG "clean city or not? Conn-rilmepen-tlem- Wlint reputable citien of Stanford willim; to come out boldly on the PUMPKIN SHOW FOR THE MEN WATCH FOR THE BIG BILLS. I.L. SANDERS 7 Crab Orchard Kentucky- - THE NEW PEOFJA- -A km 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 unieampaipn book is The form depth. The drills have proven a one of democratic complete political the most ll ,? eompendinms ever success and we recommend them. Call packed with vnluable information Every for nil classes of IVmoerat. and get circulars and become posted. Statement in it has been confirmed 1- Mrftillouuli. of Ow- Pl of the larpcbt distillensboro, one ers in the fetate, 1ms been semlinp out letters to storekeepers and tampers and other federal employes, seek inp to raise money to finance the O'lleur eampaipn for povernor. And ivunnv nnniiniies to ureneli temper Ilnnsoii Miss C.itherine isieI ance on the stump ami pose as a Miss He.s-- ie I'urdom Sunday and atleform cnndidnte. tended church that night. Uro. Wyatt and Hro. Joe MontO'Hear has discovered that gomery are holding a protracted Judce Candidate -- .i I Afpriprmott. r.i.. meeting at Junction City. for Lieutenant Governor, is ono of The stock buyers of Hii'toiivillo men tr. the ablest, purest and best are bringing some fine cattle and Kentucky. To quote his exact Ian-- . hogs Ihtc for tJnpincnt. cuace, lie says: "Ed is the classi Mr. John Vatihonk has returned est one of the buiuli.". ine '" Ticket is that the entire Democratic is the strongest nnd worthiest ever presented to the voters af the 5tntj .T..lin 11. The farmers are tiikmp advniilnpe of the weather and are Mtninp wheat nnd cttttinp com. It is reported that there will be tine f the largest ciops of heat put in this year in rurx and corn is yieldinp fairly well. .Mr. J. Ford sold to Mr. l'enre a male colt for $tW. Mr. I j. I). Kinp is loadiup cross ties for shipment and has n crew lrom Cncy doinp the work. They will be shipped to Huniside. There came to my place on September 21th u hop. The owner can pet Mime by pavinp for the keepinp. , Mr. William Coldiron, Joe, sold to Mr. J. C. Ford a lot of clover hay for a fancy price. The people of Moreland are on a move. Mr. H 1. Sliewmnker the Ideal freight apent moved in the house lie boiipht of Miss Jennie lln'lev nhieh vai occupied by Mr. James Minks, vim moved into the houe occupied by Mr. Mnicus Moore, Mr. Moore niowiip into the Minks Hotel .hieh has been under the muii.me-n.eof Mr. C. I. McClure who will till mil his store and move into the house occupied by Mr. Sliewmnker. Ernest Ford was iu Danville on biisiiies- - Saturday. Miss Florence Meiriiuan was in Junction Citv while her father went on to Danville. Mi. C. lt. I'niitt has j,ine to .Minim. i, (Jkhi., to make her home. Mis-e- s Minellc l'rtntt and Mabel McClure attended (he teachers' meet inp at II'istonille last Saturday. The Epworth League met at the Methodist church last Sunday night and had a veiv interesting progrnm led by Ernest Fold. After the league wns di.ini"?d Kev. F. D. dehverid n erv interestinir -ernion on tin different kinds of prayer. Mrs. J. C. Ford returned home Sunday from Somerset where she had been called to the bedside of her father, Mr. F. II, Mclleath, who is able to be out again. 1'rof. llnrvey Hopkins was home hool he is teaching near from Ins Stanford, over tMituidav ind S .Ics-mint I'.il-mel- ei y. M SB Vegetable, Compound, but tho clerk did not want to let mo havo It lie said it was no nnd foodtry wanted mo something of Lydla K. Pink-ham- 's o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o 0 o O O- - o-o-- o $ It. o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o-- o nil about It I Insisted and Anally Rot It, and I am so glad I did, for it has cured me. " I know of so many cases w hero been cured by I.jdla K.l'iuk- nam s vcpciauio toniixninu mat i can say to every suffering woman if that medicine does not help her, there Is nothing that will." Mrs, Janltzki, .W3 Arch St., Chicago, III. This Is tho ago of substitution, and women who want n euro should insist upon Lydia E. JMnkhara's Veeetabli) Compound just as this woman did, and not accept somethlup else on which tho druggist cm make a little more profit. Women who nro passing through this critical iriod or who are sulTerinp from any of thoso distressing Ills )v. collar to their sex should not lose sight of tho fact that for thirty ears Ljdl.i 1'. Fiiikliain's A'epetablo CoiiiimiuimI, which ismado from mots and herbs, has lieen tho standard remedy for ills. In almost every community you will tlnd women who have lieui restored to health by L.mII.i K. Jink-hum'- d Vepelablo Comiouud. lo civ, but know Inp Walk Over Shoes! o ... o o o o ... o o o o ITS A STRONG STATEMENT BUT ITS TRUE AND I AM GOING TO SAY IT. THE WALK-OVE- R IS THE BEST SHOE IN THE WORLD TO RETAIL AT $3.50. $4 and $5. VICI AND CALF TO-DA- Y AT $3.50, VICI CALF AND PAT- ENT AT $4. KANGEROO CALF AND PATENTS AT $5 ALL THESE IN BUTTON AND LACE. BOTH TAN AND BLACK IN THE NEW HIGH TOE OR THE BROAD LAST. o o o o o o o o o o o o Y.l home to I'(imne, Indiana, after a It. visit heie whs in the cit wock on hinttnoas. Mr. Dinwiddie. of llHflmiville. Iin been viitiiiK her dnuphler, Mrs. lit .Mr. (! I'nutt Carpenter. ood Don't trille with 'fld. i advice for prudent men and woion. !t may ho vital in easo of a child. There is nothing better than Chamberlain's Cough Keii'edy for coughs end coltN in children. It is safe and sfie. For sale hv all dealetsi. o o 6 i'i o o ... H. J. McRoberts. Stanford, Ky. ionn. The piistolliec has lieen at Limiie, Cnsev o y o This Letter Explains Itself. Huatonville, Ky., Sept. 20, 1911 VvWWV ,. . .. .r if W. H. Higgins. Stanford, Ky. by tho official record. Mr. R. U. Newland, Agent, Stanford, Ky. A man or woman ta aaeh locality. To Join the Buprazn Council of thli aodety anions; friend, and acquaintance. Muit be between II and 60 year of ace. Give WANTED and Introduce our Baneflt Certificates all or only apar time. We pay cub benefit for slcknaui. Injuries, aecMeaU and deaths. Experience not necessary. Can make from KO 00 to S2X.00 a month and up. A pleasant and highly profitable profesA battle is reported to be rnpins in Every member seeoTad means a sion. tho Turkcertain assnred Income for you vary the Dardanelles between month thereafter. Why not set lnt Dull- ish and Italian fleets. A dispatch ness for yourself NOW1 No capital need- from Rome says the destrucetion of ed. Bend for particular TurkMi fleet has been confinn-.- ! e lioiurht The Oenrcetown News has Isrhe-cair- e a linotvpe machine and Oct. I all country n publishers knew just what they could do with a linotype, mnivv more Thompwould be following in Editor son' tepsj Tre!iVntTnft will find that the farmer vill not support a candidate ihm for president who wouiu and le.-n-i tariff tav off all lie ells it on nil he buys. semi-weekl- v. Dear Sir :- I beg to acknowledge receipt Henry Clay Fire Insurance Co., in full settlement of the loss I sustained on Sept. 13th. The amount paid by your esteemed company was the oxact amount Imada'claim for, without any discount whatever. I most heartily approve their methods of ad justmont and choor- - ofjdraft of ;the Bring Your Prescriptions Here To Be Compounded vour nhvslcl.ui has pre Kcntieil a ineilicine (or von to lake, the next iruiiortant Men is to lifivn ih.it urt'rrltition Di.icpiI in tho I, i,i,l f n thnrnm'hlvreliahlcnmlcomnctcnt nlinrm.nrld si It will ha comttoundcd exactly ns dlrectcil. We have gained an caviahlo reputation fnr nhf.iv holm' verv careful and nainstaklni: in our compounding and (eel that, in all justice to your own Kod health, you. should bring your next prescription here. Here, too, you will (ind a complete anil dlsplny o( toilet articles, rubher Koodi, soap, pertumeH, toilet preparations and all standard remedies. e carry and recommend For Interior decorating ALABASTINE, the beautilul wall coating. I. all and bee samples ot tints uuil ask us aoouiu. When fully recommend the company to the insuring public. Very truly yours J. J. Allen. BOX LA-29- 3. DON'T BE TOO dENEROUS. with the cement, iirae, etc., you cot from us. Itemember mat all our build lng materials are mucn stronger than tho ordinary and you can ttieretoro use less than ordinary quantities. If you llko we'll tell you Just how to COVINGTON. KY. HENRY Veterinarian. L. CASEY. D. V. S. Former Director Animal Industry Philippine Islands. mix them to get the best results at United Suites Army the least cost. Come In and ask us. Vi'i, Ky. Offlco LOGAN'S STABLE, Phono J. A ALLEN, Stanford, fntiaiiintiiinnlo renorls the Turk ish vessels are pnfe in the Dardanelles. Tripoli, under date of September .10, report-- , that the Turks have evacuated that city and pone into tin interior the LINCOLN COUNTY AGENTS R M. Newland, Stanford, Ky., W. M. Myers, Hustonvi.le, Ky., R. H. Metcalfe, McKinney, Ky. SWaaM PENNY'S DRUG STORE. Stanford. Kentucky I We Turkeys Eqg Hens Roosters Ducks Hides New feathers Paying today for 16 y-Pr- Are XC 17c 2c Agent American Hog unolera Serum. DANVILLE. KY. McClaryj Are You a Woman ! E l 10 8- .7c -- lie -8 30-- 40c H. T. K. Tudor. Mgr. PHONE 153. UNDERTAKERS AND ALSO ER IN vj B. Northcott. UNUtlllAISt" ...,.-na ,..- - Akin mum STANFORD, Ofttco eunAIMFR .i.iw.-...- -.. - KY :i j 'rnon 167. Horns 'Fnon H FALL AND WINTER STYLES. My new full nnd winter samples are now ready for jour inspection. Tliey comprise the best on the market can suit anyone as to prlco who had bis clothes mad0 U order. A suit made to jour measuie is preferable to ready made clothes, To uae them made to measure doesn't cost any more than ready maao when quality nnd fit Is considered. Coma in nnd let mo take your measure. H. C. RUPLEY, Tne i'racttcal Tailor J.L.Beazley&Co . DEAL. MAT-TING- c ARDUI JCl TAKE MEN'S I FOR ALL KINDS OF STOCK. GIVE THEM A CALL. PRICE RIGHT. FURNITURE, RUGS. THEY WILL FURNITURE EXCHANGE J The Woman's Tonic! It were thinking of your new Fall Clothing. We take pride in inviting you to see our correct " J new Fall Suits. They . in style, perfect in fit and moderate I J ..iis time you i.. M CLOTHING i Itj7 J in price. B U rerlcinSa si. CRAB ORCHARD, Kentucky. c s THE INTERIOR JOURNAL, STANFOfW. KENTUCKY. TUESADV. OCTOBER 3. 1911, "" laV B fi an4 Borne whit. atradr to the rtSt In JTor tha Akt of avttrTttn tho family, Insist ca barls O TEMPERANCE COLUMN This spneo is reserved for the Teinpernnce Committee of Lincoln County. ii ii INTERNATIONAL DICTIONARY THE MERRIAM WEBSTER The Only New unabridged dfo- ttonery in many years. Contains the pith and eaaence of an authoritative library. Covers every field of kaowl. edge. Aa Encyclopedia in a single book. The Only Dictionary with the New Divided Pnge. 3700 Pages. 400,000 Words. 6000 Illustrations. Cost nearly half a million dollars. Let ue tell you about thia most remarkable single volume. E7BBBKaBBEBm Write (or sample par- paces, tuU Menlan, ate. Hams this paper and wa will am Pocket A WEBSTER'S NEW NEW Fall and Winter A superb display of all the in Millinery. latest Sollte Lamp Oil flinoktM Mat-C- bs It la fcerrsie direct from our worse CHAS. C. Fa, STOLL OIL CO., UWMUI. H.o Art sSeear fcsfoiaai Motee oesiSe, tiNM tnonsr. 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Specialist on !! horse and animal Stanford, Ky. Phone 14 disease. FRUIT AND SHADE TREES. Sliruli- -. i- IHiubarb, I'lMmi- -,. Kvcrythiii): LIVERY AND FEED STABLE It , I'lilox, etc. and pinion. No for ori'lmrd, STANFORD, KY. Our prifch imiy intercM AkciiU. Ontulncue. j mi. MASONS' MEETING. H. F. HilUnmever 4 Sons. Lincoln Lodge No. SO K.A A. M.Klllmrct LfxitiKtoti, ICy. In ilatnl roouiiuiilmtlon on ruck llnl Hnd UlrU Monday nlgbL clunoh uionlb. nl 7:a0 oVluok In thilr ball on nwln ttrrerl, Htnn Does Away With Posing. fonl.Ky. .MtuSrtf tlitrr loilrnre fra Inrltcd to l pr.t.nt. T. W. Tho latest crass among Lbe Berlin Bee. alaotea smart set Is having one's portrait sketched or painted while asleep. The MACCABEES. crate waa started by an Austrian A. C. Blae. aristocrat. Countess Ctlvlck. who, according to current story, fell asleep Deputy State Commander while waiting; In the atelier of a Ky, Sianofrd. painter. The painter found STANFORD TENT NO. 7. the countess so chsrrolnic as she Meets : 4U : Monday : Nlcet that be dre- her !n that condition The portrait was a great W. W. 6UR8I Hew to Converse. DKNTI8T In coBvereatloa men should not talk Offiee at to pleaae themselTea, but those that The Jewe In Wrmm. Were this rule I ' ORCr'a-RD- . was the Brst country to es hear them. France rally observed. It would make these Aa eetty lead equal rlfhts to Jew. w '. the speeh DR. T. W. PENNINBTON consider m 171 distinguished me of tae HUk be worth whether whether there be hearing: Dentist aaaoe honored with tttlee sad A.M. aa 1 te 4:1 r.U were Hoere wit or sense In what they are tkaa were mray men IdeatlBetf vttk either to ae!" ant whethertt Date tsetse eftVe atrM He bodt' the history er tke eoaatry. LaUer.tluv Dlsee where " I i M n ... H Usee d wrs deprived' of the right tb loM and to theoersoa when, the It is sposea. WILLAAS to whom the wues Livery; all klaels of hauling. ruh sUetire peeking. 'enter', Ky. Pene US 8. D. CARTER Apant:u. lnn fii. well-know- n slues-eere- d Tho men who desire In hnve tho of Lincoln loenl option stntu. county ehnnRcd nnd tho unloons op ened in the county have filed the required hy the atntutc, upon which is to be based the motion for mi order cnllini: an election upon the Hoth of. tlio oiiestion in December. jmlitical parties of tho state hnu! written into tlieir party pini- forui! nn endorsement of the coun- tv unit. Politics cannot enter into the question. It is one purely nticct-in- c the public moral of the county. No man is bold enough t declare he U in fnvor nt encournpinK the drink hnhil. All must contest tne evil which flow from it. The nrru- nienl of some h that we need tno icveimc; but the rriirmnl record- - of the county show that expense of the i) me cotirti nnd jail is incrciit-et-l presence of the iiIiimi to hucii nn extent that the license paid does not lower the tnx rate. This nrpimcnt timply won't hold, becnuse the fuels refute it. Others uruuc that they nro opposed to the driiiikcuiicb!, but oppose lbe local option stntus becnuso more liquor is Hold by the blind Hirers than by open Million. Tho fncH refute this iiruiiiiient; but Krnntim: the truth of it, wlint does it meiiiiT Simply that either will feel ncleet of duty, or criminal connivance on the part of the officials chnnred uilh the enforcement o ft lie law is Mich in this county as to disgrace and community in this fair commonwealth. This we nro loth to believe but the iircuniciit is made by n number of our people. If It is true, then, let the county the I'itirenship of "cleanse the Aujreuii stables." When offices ure to- be filled t. election, fill them with men who will enforce the law. nnd if there' are those now ill, who refuse to enforce the laws, there is the rptick nnd sure relief of impeachment. I'pon the question of local option, as upon nil questions, then: is difference of honest opinion, und every man is entitled to his opinion. Hut as it seems by tho nnjument, the main objection to the local option statutes, is the flncrunt, preat and open violation of it by the blind tip-e- r. Then tho gentlemen who present this argument nnd who, to mnke it honestly, are compelled to be in possession of the facts, like honest men thnt they nre, let them point out the iolntors to the sworn officials who are paid to enforce tho law Uo this mid the truth cud-.- ; do tins and you have done your duty. The mnii'wlin does less has no claim to The man who citizenship. pood knows of murder.tlielt.arson. or tape and would not inform the officers, would be justly branded by his Jel- llie lows lis a shameless brute. innii who knows und can point to the persistent violator of nny law. mid does not band him oer to the courts is cither n dirty coward, or ,, ..rimiiuil himself. The man who indulges in the argument that more liquor is sold under the present condition than with the open saloon, is tither ii n irresponsible gossip who shoots off his mouth, without knowing or caring for the facts, or eNe a fWIow who knows the facts and lacks both the good citizenship and the mnnlv courage to name the guil-I- v man. It is a question Ukii which tiieiu can 'be no middle ground, it is either right or it is wrong. High license can't give the relief, for the fellow, who pays the high license, to make his business a go, has simply got to sell more drunks than the fellow who pavs the low license, i.nd" it i the drunks that fill the prisons und bring want and degradation. The democratic party favors it, tho republican party has for it. and Lincoln county will bold on to it. - BETSY'S POINTERS: "My experience is that the best womnn's club n mother takes an interest in is the one she rolls over tho dough, nnd every member of the family seems to think so too. Thoso who nre interested in groceries should remember that tho best in the city is to be had at Coffey & Cole man's Miotic till. I'rompl Delivery. COFFEY , COLEMAN, Children's Misse's and Ladle's fine millinery. Ceme In and see the newest, nicest and most mllKnery stare in this part of the state. A trial Is all we ask to convince you that we have nothing but the best. Our prices moderate and our service excellent. Saunders, 223 Main Street DANVILLE, KY. WlMl'TTAm AaBaCeEvBV JljjSBSSjpJBSV aeadree Haps a set of A Splendid Phone ISC. Prompt Delivery. Man's Many Wants. How many ways there are In which s. w igeTrjsMr our peace may be assailed, besides feftCMorrieaCe. actual want! How many comforts do Springfield, Mut-B- J we stand In need of, besides meat and jim n ia I a drink and clothing! Is It nothing to "administer to a mind diseased" to RHEUMATISM heal a wounded spirit? After all other difficulties are removed, we stilt want soma one to bear our Infirmities, to CURED BY THE MARVEL OF THE B. B. B. 1 EST CENTURY, Impart our confidence to, to encourage ED FOR 30 YEARS. us In our hobbles (nay, to get up and ride behind us), and to like us with Aching bones, swollen Joins, perall our faulta. HazlltL manently cured through the blood with pure liotanlcal ingredients. To prove It we will send you a HORRIBLE THOUGHT. Sample Treatment Free -II you have bone pans, sciatica or , Miootlng pains up and down tbc ler, aching back or shoulder blades, swollen Joints or swollen muscles, diffl I culty in moving around so you have to use cruicnes; oiooa inin or sain jaMaasjBSSEpae HOME FOR SALE lor sale at a rare barqain ! l One of the most maqnificent and beautiful homes in Stanford, Ky if taken at once. Size of lot about 125x500 feet, oh Main street. Two story frame residence containing 10 rooms T pale; skin Itches and burns; sbjrtlng pains bad breath, lumbago, gout Botanic Ulood Balm '(B. B. B. which re. moves every symptom, because B. B. B. sends a rich, ttngilng flood ef warm, rich pure blood direct to the paralyzed nerves, bones and joints, giving warmth and strength Just where it Is needed and in this way making a perfect lasting cure ot rheumatism in all Its forms. B, B. B. has made thousands of cures of rheumatism after all other medicines, liniments and doctors have failed to help or cure. DIIUGOISTS "Durl&g the atega of Parla they ha4 or by express. SI PER I.AHOE BOTTLE UKNT KKEE by writing Blooo to eat horse think of Balm Co., Atlanta, Qa. Describe your I knowj but suppose It had trouble and free medical advice givautomobile Ureef en. Sold by Hbugars and Tanner. and attic and spacious reception hall and two additional halls, also hath, trunk and linen room, larqe porch extendlnq around portion of two sides of the house, seven foot cellar under entire house used as laundry and storaqe, solid stone foundation for entire house and also for each chimney, hot and cold water throtiqhout house, cabinet mantels, in all the rooms, and entire house finished in solid oak, closets in all the rooms, all front windows and doors plate qlass. First floor 6 rooms, kitchen, bath room and larqe reception hall also additional hall. Second floor three rooms, trunk and linen rooms besides larqe hall. Good younq orchard, barn 33x42 feet, larqe loft and harness room, also qood crib adjoining. Chicken house 60x20 containinq 6 room, another chicken house 21x15. x fi Granary 18x18, larqe coal house and meat house This place cost $12,000 but It Is goinq to be sold regardless of what it cost, t 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 jifraid to make us an offer. Somebody is qoinq to net this beautiful home for less money than the house alone cost to say nothinq of the land and other buildinqs. We are determined to sell. If vou want It you must act quick. SEE itr W. L. McCARTY, or L. R. HUGHES, STANFORD, KENTUCKY. PROSPECTIVE Home furnishers are assured at this store of as wids a range for selection and considerably lower prices on de pendable merchandise than may be obtained in the stores of larger cities. ::::::: 1 I THE COME TO Magnitude OF OUR LEXINGTON, DURING BUSINESS THROUGHRE- THE FALL TROTS-M-AKE OUT CENTRAL KENTUCKY DUCES YOUR PURCHASES FROM THE COST OF THE DIS- THE ASSOCIATION LEXINGTON ""ONE AND STORES OF WE ARE RAILCOUR- TRIBUTION OF OUR MERCHANDISE TO A OF WHICH HAVE MINIMUM AND YOU YOUR ROAD FARE REFUNDED. ARE NOT ASKED HERE TO HELP TEOUS. PAY INTELLIGENT TREAT- THE METROPOLITAN ENORMOUS COST OF MENT. .VARIED .STOCKS .AND .PRICES .AWAIT STORE'S DOING REASONABLE YOU B BUSINESS. HERE. I:-1- .ill -- Mil jpaJM Stesabergen, soils, builds., n- soft adnU scales at ruck bottom prices. Bee blta for prlcea before you buy. Address Stanford, It J. U. V. D. No. 1. luu-- t CINCINNATI AND RETURN sea-a- y, October. 8 SPECIAL EXCURSION '.Visitors are always welcome at Brower's." MAIN & JfTTSi i ver Ii. J. HeKoberU' Sure. e snaaferS, Ky. DR. W. N. CRAta, cwlltt and elle'ea C F. Brower & Co., "COMPLETE HOMEFURNISHER3." : : : : : LS N. TIME TXBLE Me.U,SMaUi,lliMr.H. am. .fsBtb, Ko.S4.J(erth,4:SA. u. Ha.M.Mertli.litS P. M N,IT,1:MA.M. p.m. Mo. 10:0 $.30 ReuiMl $1 SPCCIAL TRAIN SO BROADWAY, LEXINGTON, KENTUCKY Re tine) Trip MBVMBmWMa No. IS, lie) JdJt. . MCI, Ant. Co. W. S. Dry UNMRTAKKM HeeteftvlMe, end KMIALMCRS Ky. Ltavts Junction City 5:5$ a.m. At TICKET AGENTS FOR PARTICULARS. P 'V 'W!;!?.; IS THE INTERIOR JOURNAL. STANFORD. KENTUCKY. TUESADY. OCTORER 3. 1911. Distilleries I 1. & SALE OF ELLISBURG Mrs. Al'cn Kllis. of Mrniironl-il- le. is the cucst of her rtnrciiK Mr nnd Mrs. Hardin Cotfinnn. Dr. 0. L .May, of Dnnville, vliitoil his imtcnls here from Monday until Wednesday. villi', in I ho guct of friends Iumc. Mr. Thomas Durham, of Lebanon Hanna's Green Seal "THE MADE-T0-WEA- R PAINT" Mis Messie Wnlkcr, of llradfords And Farms 1 1 1 1 1 !&1- Unrnette, of was the jjuest of .Miss Florence Sprngens, from Friiln.v until Hlnnclio Monday. week. Miss iilcd friends here the first of the Hat ttoocl the teit of time and hai been improved in quality with the passing yean. Many brands of paint ate offered for sale and quite often careful scrutiny is not given the subject with reference to the quality of the paint to be used. EXPERIENCE IS A GOOD TEACHER. TEST THE QUALITY. My home place of about 260 acres of land, on which is situated the Edge-woo- d distillery, frame dwelling house of 10 rooms, practically new, with all modern heating apparatus; all necessary outbuildings conveniences, including bath and T I ! ! .Ml aisuuery- tnas 1 rtO uusncis capacity wanin splendid state or repair, 20,000 barrel storage capacity and bottling house all complete, also cribs for 3,000 barrels of corn. The brands of whisky made by this distillery have a national repu- offer for sale privately the following property: a water .... iuo ine cagewooa 2. two-stor- Mr. T. A. IJeyniersnn spent Sun day with his brother Mr. II. II. Key. niersoii, in Dradfordsville. AlivCos b a difference. It is a good idea lo learn the composition of thepamt you intend louse. Ther Vnvitlln nesdaj. gia Murphv im visiting friends in i.iocriy. Air. .Tnannti AfnWilliiiiu unu ,.. oomersei lasi lue-tla- y and Wed. 1iilfiii n.wl rirt The printed formula appears on every package of Hanna's Green Seal Paint. This is an evidence of good faith and attests the confu'dence the in their product. FOR SALK MY malws hive tation. The Dudderar's Mill property containing about 50 acres of land and a water and steam grist mill of 50 barrel capacity, which has recently been overhauled and y brick dwelling house at the mill. made up to date; also a The John Spoonamore farm of about 120 acres, containing frame dwelling 3. outbuildings. and The John TrayUr distillery property of 7 acres at Gilbert's Creek station. 4. distillery has a capacity of 36 bushels and a storage capacity of 4,000 barrels. The The John Traylor farm of 198 acres, with frame dwelling and outbuildings. 5. This property is all on Dix river, in Lincoln county, Kentucky, and all on the Goshen turnpike except the John Traylor property, which is on the county road leading from the Gilbert's Creek station to Dudderar's Mill. For further particulars, address R. F. D. 4, HANDSOME HOME W. H. Traylor,Ky. Stanford, FARM FOR SALE OR RENT! JOE A CANDIDATE AGAIN AT PUBLIC SALE squares situated within .of the best graded school in the slate. This is one. of the most desirable homes in the town, containacres ing about three and one-hnwith a nice cottage of seven large rooms, front and back porches, a splendid cistern, new meat house .and packing room, new poultry house and splendid new burn in inct, all the outbuildings are new and modem. The place has, never failing water, and lias two nice grass iots. Will also sell my household and kitchen furniture, consisting of two nice bedroom sets, with large quantity of bedding, set of nice dining room chairs, handsome sideboard, carpets, rugs, tables, rockers, comparatively new range and oil btovi;. nil kitchen utensils, several sets of harness, break cart, pony cart, splendid jihaeton buggy, good as new and other articles too numerous to mention. Terms easy and made known ou day of sale. 75-D. S. Carpenter. U lf Ill health making it necessary for me to gie up housekeeping. I have decided to sell at public auction on Saturday, Oct. 7, 1911, promptly ut 10:1)0 ,.'cln I, my rcsi oence sit'intisl on Main street, llus-lonvill- e, PUBLIC SALE! Having decided to quit farming I will offer for sale to the, highest and best bidder on Saturday, Oct. 7th 1911, The following property consisting of 80 acres of land with good cottuirt with 4 rooms and two porches and good barn and other outbuildings, uud alsojnraing implements consisting of plows one buggy one good spring wagon and other fanning tools oo numerous to mention. This farm Is located 1 4 miles from Highland. Terms, one half down and balance in one and two years with lien retained on land for balance purchase JAS. A. KINQ. 73-t- f. money. 1-- (Louisville Times.) Stnto Senator K. L. ("Took") Hubble nnd Joe Kmbrv. doorkeeper of the last House of JfeproseniJ-fives- -, both lendintr Democrats of l.in olu coiinlv. were in Louisville the other dav and said that the had neer seen Democratic nrospecl.s lirhrhter in that ectiou of the iKghth district. Thev said that former Democrats who had left the :arty in the wast were returning to the fold bv scores and that in consequence the IJepublieans werp hmllv rattled even some of them saying 'hey intended to vote this time for and fir ie.t of the 1'ciio cratic State ticket. Senntar Hubble s'lid that he expected the next session of the General Assembly to be oiin of the most important ever held in the state. Joe Embry wi'l be a candidate for his old place as doorFOR SALE! keeper of the House, up to the present time having no nunounced opSixty-on- e acres of fine blue grass position. land that ha not been plowed for RIGHT NOW. years except 8 acre. This land BETTER KILL IT will grow fine tobacco, hemp and Col. John H. Welch hns returned has small dwelling; plenty of from .Michigan and Canadian point locuts for osts, uud finu wood. where he sojourned for several Is well watered. This lnnd is 3 2 week nursing his conressionnl miles from Stanford on the Ottcn-heiboom. He says he experienced frost pike, close to school. in that northern clime and we sup Will sell on ensv terms. pose his congressional bud .'if hope W. F. Dishon, 7fi.T did not feel the withering blight- - of Stanford. Kv. It tempered blasts. old Dorcas' takes a political frost to kill off congressional germs nnd political boom-let- s FLY NUTS nnd we admonish Col. Wtlch to SUM 5HDE:5 take good care of his bud of hope for n political cyclone is scheduled nbout the time he offers himself as a sacrificial lamb on the altar of Democracy that will freeze his ovoy hope and nspirations for congies-hionhonors he's a Democrat nl- right, but of what brand I urn unable, to say. Nicholasille GnUing sell privately my farm ut about 200 acres in Lincoln county, Ky., .r miles cast of Stanford on Dix River. 80 acres in corn, 30 deres in meadow, balance in bine gross, hns a four room tenant house 2 goad barns, and othtr outhouse good stone spring house, small orchard. Plenty of stock water, good fencing. School house joining this farm. Will sell all together or in two separate tract1?. Terms easy. If not sold will rent for cash for 1912. Will also sell half interest ill 80 ucres of corn to be cribbed on place and 12') acre of nnd stalk Grass hasn't been grazed 'field. this rear. Mrs. Walter Warren. Will g'-as1-m ul Mr. James Kills, is Uiiiiur ln liarcnU Mr. and Mrs David I'cjtoti, nt Chilton. Mr. linker Tcrhune of Ilradfords-vill- o was hero last week taking orders for flour for II. Tcrlnme's sons. Mr. Dennis Spragons will leave Monday for Georgetown College. Mr. James I'hillips, of Lebanon, was here last week buying mules. Messrs WooiNon Kllis nnd drover Ilcwl visited the family of Mr. II. Miller at Klk Cnve last week. Mr. James Keed was in Junction Citv Wednesday. Me-sr- s. Hardin and Stephen Kllis have returned from Somerset where they served ou the jury which Helton to a life term in the penitentiary. Mr. Hlnine Drye, of ItrndfoiiN-ville- , was here last week. Our mailman, Mr. II. O. Peyton, has purchased a new auto delivery wngon. The deal was closed by him Wednesday with Thomas Durham and Milton Minor. Henceforth our mail will be carried in this machine. The chatife will be a great time sa-c- r, as well ns it great convenience to the traveling public A verv painful, though not s accident occurred last Thursday i Mr. I). nid Lane nnd an assistant were hauling tobacco round a steep hillside to his barn. Hy sumo the wagon overturned uud Air. I.atw was thrown violently to the ground. In descend-in:;- , he fell ou the end of a tobacco stick nnil a deep ash several inches long was turn in his side. A physician was quickly summoned ami :he wounded man i now doing ns nicelv as could be IhmkmI. Mr. Oeonre Peyton's stock snle, ivliicli wus held Saturday week, was vp1I attended, and everything bro't trood prices. One pair of mules sold to Wood-o- n Kllis for ST-V-i. lames Yowell, of Hiistopville, pur chased some good cattle, and on th' same day bought several from Hurry Co bought 28 Kllis. head of cattle last week from Thos. Smith, Other Cooley nnd Waitmnn' d Pence Bros.,Stanf ord, Ky telephone pole hy the Mile of the Immense Mountain of Salt. In an island of Sun Domlnxo tbrre loud. The radiator was complctcls salt mountain a demolished, but young Alstott, who Is a remnrksliln was nt the wheel, escaped without mass of crjatnlllne sail, nearly foul miles long, estimated to contain injury. nearly 90.000.000 Inns, and said to b niin-pl- e An interesting, though very so clear Ibat mcdlum-slzcprint can device is ltcing used by our be read throuch a b'ock a foot thick. fanners in transporting tobacco off n hillside to the burn below. Wires KNEW HIS JOB or lopes are stretched up the ascent uud the tobat tied onto them easily finds its w'ay to the bottom. Ity the end of last wtck all the tobacco in this section is in the barn. The crop is lieint' i"it lnlcr than for maiiv years, though the vicld is fair. Corn is .i'irg cut and tin crop is very yoo.l. Wo vcie blessed with ninny good rains do nig the summer. The revival conducted by Itt ?. Jeffrie mid Jones nt Iho 'laptist church, die-- si Thursil.iy veiic with ten additions llnp'i-Umonies were conducted Tluirsdf iiftcrnooi'. Rev. Urewer, of Plcaii.-.- t Vnllex, as heie Tuesday. Two Mormon preacher were in our iiiid- -i the llrst of the eck Mts,rs J. M. Rout an I C. r. Carpenter, of Hiistonville, were here Customer trailing down the stairs Mr. W. A. Spnigeiis b.u.ght JO head of cattlo last week from Frank In larce atore) Hulpl !' broken mf 11 To;.page, of M. Kwintr and FlooMValker Cork less atcoor inn comity, at t'roiii sr 'J to .1 c loor on tha rigbt W. .M. Minor as with 'lie hom folks IVosday ami Wedutsday. e 1 l-- Wanted Corroboration. "Now, Itajitus." roared tun major, "what Is the uso? Don't you know that I know you are lylnirT' "Vsa-suhreplied Itastus; "but yer sea, Morse Henry, I kind o thouRht I'd Ilk to hab 70' opinion on de subject befo' I decided cist I was lyln' fo' sbo' mah-sel- f. Now dat jo' ssys I Is. Mars Henry, I Jest rec'lnrly knows 1 la, sub." Harper'K Wccklr. ," ) WE MAKE LOANS On approved security whenever warrant it. conditions Prefer- teri-011- ence, of course, being given to our regular Saturday. depositors' GREAT CAMPAIGN OFFER. com-p!?ted SOUTHERN RAIWAY have been Arrangements whereby wo nre enabled to until offer the daily Courier-JournDecember 30, 19 ll and TUB IN -TKKIOIt JOl'KN'AL one full year for The regular price of only $1.S0. the Courier Journnl is 50 cents 11 month. This is a remarkable offer, and the sooner you send in your order the longer you will get the Courier Journal. The political campaign Heeler. reading the I. J to is on, keep posted by A serious accident happened Mr. W. C. Alstott's nu to near here All orders must be sent to the Interlast week. The machine became un- ior Journal not to tho Courier controllable and crashed into a al Ad-mil Low Kxciirsion Itatcs Sunday, October 8th Sunday Itctweeu Louisville, Lexington, Danville, (leorgelowu, Kawrenec- burg. Ilarrodsbuiv, Shelby die and 'nrsnilles and intermediate stations in each direction. 1.50 between Lexington. Dnnnllc, GcorgclotMi and Louisville for the lound-lriiickets limited lo return ou date of sale. Proportionately low lutes between intermediate stations. Consult any South m L'ailwav p, State Bank Trust (0. m wm, mmi Ageni H.C. Klnil. CTA or Write, l.ctm-to- n. Kv. Louisville, Ky. A.R.Cook. DPA. J C. Beam.Jr.. AGPA. St. Louis. Mo. mimmmmmmmammmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm It I. I Every merchant LeMiifiton fa fa EXCURSION To Lexington DURING THE TROTS to October 3 October 14 Wc refund your railroad Uun. ?fU VTir FOR SALE! road, leading from the Dudderar's MiW to Gilbert's Creek btation, Btom find post office, which is one mile j Plenty of fruit, good cistern, good outLara and and dwelling and all Dat-e- n, Address Prof. J. buildings. 70-Gilbert's Creek Ky. 8. linmrt mnlninin? 2 acres and 15 poles of land, 4 miles south of 4 niijes east, of Stanford, on Iix River at tho forks of th tot mile from Crab Orcii- Ky one-Banicely located, niostl. bottom anL Kvery acre UML Ttiv .productive, uuZbto. am kuBdaae of stock water and adapted to .i4eMciallr teMBt house cornthree of mm doed ea fam. Teraw reasonable it FARM FOR SALE! We will eell privately a farm ot ftbMt ISO mere la Uhco.h county, MMa rtfBA of (he St. Louii and Cincinnati teams WsaralapoiltlontodoallkiDds ol fungo hitting, circling the bases moci worn, thing orsllaf, such stcan make any from and. la full, wo 'outcst. accurate throwing content to afoitc poit. W oan acrrt by pitchers, long distance throwing hotuJowu you promptly ana (uarititv nrttolau work and material. Uallaad not ourprioai contest and other field sports. $200 Bafors 700 o7 jour material at loan. ill cash prizes will be awarded to the winners of theso contests. Ask i Stanford, Kentucky ticket agent for particulars. CONCRETING Fine Collection Qot Togtthsr. All that animals. Dlanta. minerals. and precious atones mentioned in the FOR SUMMER DRIVING found In a special collection, the comfort of both Horses and driv- Bible are the Natural History hjussueb, at ers, should be specially considered by shown Kensington. London.- England. South securing a proper outfit ot lap robes, basukeU, fly neta. and other necessarl-e- BASE BALL EXCURSION from our complete assortment of SUNDAY, OCTOBER 8TH burse goods. .Here are light, but strong and durable, single and double The Queen & Crescent Houte will Harness, cdmlrably suited to road operate an excursion to Cincinnati along with a hill line ot work on Sunday, October 8th. Special burner of tlie best quality at flat train will leave Juuclion City at A. M. The round trip fare will be prices. J C. McCLABY, Stanford. Ky. sjil.50. Huse ball game, Cincinnati vs. St. Louis. In connection with this irame. there will be a field day ut the ball park between members a pur-pose- s, fare. has a brund new stock. Let nil lake ndvnndige of the free trip. Extraordinary Full showings this, Qnr. Xeellent opportunity to see new stylet ' Intention is good but doing U belUr Coins. Not n dull moment if you come. Tints are biuuer than ever Call nu your Lexington friends. One hundred stores in which to lrnde. Many good shows nt the theatres. Every dollar spent counts for you. Greatest market in Central Kentucky. Trots are greatest racing event in (lie world. Our iKiints Tieat yourself lo a royul good t.'mo. Only good goods in Lexington stores of interest are worth seeing. Never wus such 1111 opportunity presented, sk How To Get Your Railroad Fare Refunded vou with a refund of fare cheek book fs mm Show yeur return trip ticket to any Lexingten merchant whose windows are decorated with the big red cards and he will present . DON'T FAIL TO SHOW YOUR RAILROAD PHILLIPS BROS., '. ' TICKET. - I J. JMsBsisSaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaBBsB -.- .fctOWwr J(dJfL 'V-.- .-., y ;, -- U t4nVsill-''isfsi- V " "srTMs7f7A'lMt-- i ' THE INTERIOR JOURNAL. STANFORD. SOCIAL KENTUCKY. TUESADY. OCTOBER 3. 1911. w Martin .5 and costs for attempting ct get info the house of ( hnrles. Lutes one night lust week, vvlnlo Mr. Lutes was out of (own, and Mrs. Lutes xvn nlone with hrr mother lelegrnm Monday from Paris, Texas, telling of the. death there, of her Sim Is tiiiut, Mrs. Kdim Uurdett. survived by one son, and many relatives in this. Onrrard and Doylo comities. . and PERSONAL , The Best of This Season's Tailor ed Suits, Dresses, Cloaks and Skirts areJHow on Our Jfocks. There are Many Advantages In Buying Early. (a) GREAT MANY of our finest Suits and Dresses we These are not duplicated, bring only one of a kind. so those who buy these early get an exclusive style. At 10 other time will we be able to show such an immense variety of styles and celorings as right now. Those who buy early get the best wear out of their garments, as they get the entire first season's wear, and if there are any alterations needed, you get in before the big rush, which comes with very first cool weather. the II.ivs router left for St. Louia (. h,,vk hut utck. I I l II II. iiiircn this week on a fhort lateness inn .iii- iiirn II...... nun .ur. II I. iirirr pip the nl- Hester, of Stanford lumtlp. Mis Atiiundii utiii turn IniptlVn (rmtwl lilsl u.iftL ill llw. flnu. heen il, of inn mi, is able to bo out I'T lintel nt Kings Mountain. Mill. Mnilli (. rnulkncr has returned to, Atr. UenrL'i, M. Smith, utin tin High Hriilge after u plcuftiint visit to had l.vphoid fever, if nnieli better 'it his mother. Mrs. I.. J. Faulkner, at . l ns uritui". J(. lliuhlniiil. His brother. Simlb, of I'lnlii, is visiting !,:m. Claiborne Walton arrived this Miis Ittrtit .lean I'eiiiiy is bnek week from Orliiiulo, Flu., where his irom a mmI to Mrs. J. W. HiiMic fntlier, F. ('. Walton, fomimer edi-lof ill'; Interior .Iimriml. hns cold hbo miw J.Nie miii, at Louisville, Jnnis, the gient actress- while tlieie. Ins i)iii(i', and is preparing to re Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Hntclieson turn to Kentucky. T. W. lormerly of the leae tins week to make their home (iilhett's Hutchi-oCreek section is bnek from in J.nuisvi c. mm; i to thu reirnt of and Arizona, vthcro he pent their many friends. Mrs. Ilutelicson has already secured beautiful apart alioiit a j ear. He "iijs Kentucky is good ctiotirh for him and is looking mollis in a convenient location, lor another farm in Lincoln. Mrs. Hinest W.irrrn, of Middles-l.orban been ipute ill for ibivs ill I In home of her father. Ke. SHORT LOCALS. Joseph It.illoii, here. Mr and Mrs. .1. . .McKeeluiie, ol For Sale My Inure on Hast Main W.i iic. attended the liuiernl of OSt htuet. il. CV Hniiglii.im. McKet-huic- , .Sipiire James at Hubble Satunl.ij. Fresh f)ster lust rerriwil. Fields .Vlesiliitiies hllMlll l.dlnl-tiiol I' ii'iii iitiM i' uiitl l.irzic litre aw. !ros at Jese Lv nil's old stand. ot (larraid, were guests of Mrs. I.. Kink it llnlililc. A jood west em picture at "ft .1. It. Xewland. of Wielutn F.ills. opera house I'riday night 'I exits arrived Monday for a short sit witli his parents, .Mr. and Mrs. I Vat her bed fut sale. Apply nt 1). .Vcvvhind. Ilnv. (iilbeit Ohms, fnrmerlv rif this ollice. this city, bus accepted a call to the Ciinet Ciml. Cnni-- Cunl. nt Hen. J'lcshUcriau cbiiicu at .Johnson ( it v, Term. ham's jards, ipasuiiablu price. 7u'-I'.nsH'ii Ciisxwll Snntlev. who bus been with Mrs. Sauflcy at the home Found. Pair gloves on vSoniei-- ii ot her parents, Judge and Mrs. pike. Cull t this ofliee and ('. O'Kenrs. lelt for Hampton KoitiN set identify them. Sunday morning where he goes to join the battleship, "Kansas . Phnnn Nn. Ifift far fire inciir.inre rninkfort-NeW- b Join mil. on vour tobacco in barn. R. M. New-lan- d Mi. Giis MeCormnel; is unite il' Aqent. at Ins home near McConnaek's (htircii. 1 am paving highest prices for Mrs. Thomas Wilder, who was kiim.s chickens mpircd in n recent runaway Ircsh egg?, produce. and all uf louutry Fields Pros., walk about bee undent is able to Stanford at Jewe Lv mi's old stand. 111 or n, s o, n, 2t 1 (. Dr. V. W. Ituririn. of Crnli Major A. 11. Florence, acting po- anil sister in the house. wa here mi IniMiiifsis lnt week. Dr. D. P. Xlli.bnU. nl Pinnri'ln lice judge during the absencu of J. Mrs. M S. llnughman rccciTfd n Iwiia tin- client of Ins tlntiuhter. Mrs. X. Mem-fee- , .Jr., Int week fined Wes - EAT BREAD And if yon want pood bread order BaiiQhman's No. I Fancy Patent Flour from vour qrocer. He will thatqe vou onlv 70 CENTS FOR A 25 POUND SACK and your family can live a whole week or lonqer on It. See how little it cost to live if you will EAT BREAD made of Bauqh-man- 's flour. YOU CANT BEAT IT. Every sack quaranteed to be STRICTLY FIRST CLASS. On sale In every nrocery store in Stanford, and the majority of the stores in the county. j. H. BAUGHMAN & CO. Stanford. Ky. A Tailored Suits. and colorintis selected careWe show an Immense variety fully from the latest creations of th? best New York tailors. We have very size from No. 14 size to 51 bust measure. Scrqcs, Cheviots, Worsteds. Whin Cords. Fancy Mixtures. Corduroys. Cloths. Mcn's-Wcttc, While Serge and Novelties, Prices rann-- from $15 up. hut we call special attention to our Suits at $20. $25. $30. $35 and $40, as these handsomely lined and perfectly made. are absolutely ar man-tailore- d, mm', Mike I'ennv went to Ijcxington on Dresses. Dresses in Chiffons. We arc showlnq a bcutlful line of Evcninq $15 to $50. An Immense variety of Stareet Dresses Crepes, etc.. at from In Scrqcs and Silks at $6.50. $8.50. $10. 12.50 and on up, to $35. In all these popular colors. Corduroy and Velvet Dresses from $18 up. Try a few of these and you will surely be pleased. Cloaks. We thouqht it was too warm to sell Cloaks, but our customers We have more than one hundred new ones to show. thotiqht different. and Reversible Coats for street wear, and fine All the new "two-lonBroadcloths for more dressy wear, as well as some very choice styles of evcninq wraps at attractive prices. e" Silk Petticoats We have iust received our new line and they arc so cheap that everybody can wear silk. Wc offer choice petticoats made of soft finish, all Petticoats Silk Taffeta in newest style. In black and colors at $2.50. fancy pleated ruffle with unmarie of Pure Silk Mcssahnc with der ruffle In black and colors at $3. Messaline Petticoats In the new frlnqe trimmed style at $5. 12-In- Moiid.o to enter State University, vIhti he will study this year pre- to entering West Point I urntorv tat x t lull, to which he bus been appointed by Congressman Helm. lie was accompanied to Lexington by h'-- . father. George L Penny. Col. and Mrs. Wn Kent, of Oak-lauCalifornia, are guests of her nt phew, Sheltou M. Snullev and 1 hc i.imilv heie. are en route to their home after n six months' tour if I'urone Miss Kotli Wolford. uf Cnmpbell- of ville, and Miss Ettn fiifToul, .Morelund, were guest of Alula Miracle Saturday. Liberty News. Wallace Singleton left for Lexington Monthly morning to enter State Cni- He is one of the best young vcr-i- t. tiicn graduated by the Stanford Iliuli Sthool and will undoubtedly go high. Mrs. Sarah Waters, of King'. Mountain has returned from a pleus-i.viit to Cincinnati as a guest of Mrs. Stella Gray. Mrs Mary Parsons, of Corbin is visiting her daughter, Mrs. .nnio WalU at King's Mountain. Mrs. Kiln Preston is nl-- o n guest of Mrs. Walls. Mrs. Virgil Hastin, of Nicholas, Mrs. v die. is visiting her mother, George lligney nt King's Mountnin with Mrs. She will leave next ((oi-gHnstin and Mi W Datiu, for a two weeks' visit to Kingman. Kits., as (lie guest of Mrs. Nettie Payne. Mrs. Sae Carter, of Stanfoid. Mrs Muiv fioode and Mrs. Henrv Goode. of MitchclMmrg. were guests of Mrs. ,ee Penny during the week. Pniksville cor Danville Mnspngr. d. nt e If vou've eaten too much, diiiuk too much or smoked too much during a tnb- the evenuiir. take two leth befoic retiring and awake with sinilo in the morning, u. L. Penny, uarantees them lor nil stomach troubles. oO cents. Ali-o-n- We're setting the best meal in for Ho cents; even thing new and clean. Como to see us. C. L. Oover, at Ilorton's old stand, own For Sale. One share of stock in State Hunk As Tiust Company, of Stanford; to be sold publicly next niintv court day. October V. i. A. Iirent, II. D. 4, Stanford, Uo.v 81. TO-'-'- p. "Nuff Sed" We are showing a full line of Queen Qua- onlv the W. R Fkh renresents best and stronqest insurance com panies. Let mm Keep you oroiecicu. Books for your state and county fluxes are now ready. I'lease cnll uud settle. W. L. McCarty, sheriff. Thomas Shelton, formeily ot this Lily had n leg cut off below the knee while switching in the railroad yaids at Little Kock. He slipped and icll beneath thu car wheels. A memorial service will be held nl Mt. Olive next Sunday lit 11 A. M., in memory of Mr. Klizubeth Leiuh. Hev. J. G. Livingston will conduct the sen ices. lity shoes in Fall Styles " CUn)n)iDS & ' WeaD, Stanford, Ky. i GREAT House Dresses Wc have lust received 100 of those qooi! House Dresses made of best Calicoes. Percals and Seersuckers at $1.25. $1.50 and $2.00. Made In best possible manner and excellent styles. The funeral of Squiie James at thu Hubble Christian iliureli Saturday, was one of the most largely attended seen in that part of the" county in years. Kev. I). M. Walker said the final words over the body of this good man ere il was laid in its hist resting place. A mass of flowers covered the bier attesting the wulu popularity of tht i Willow Plums SALE! . deceased ami the lespeet and esteem in which ho vus held by ov en one. The burial was in the Lan caster cemetery. Children's Dresses. them when you can buy such reasonable prices. .They are well made and in better them for styles. In We offer special a line of Children's Dresses made of Sattccns reduced from $1.25. All sizes. Navy, Browns. Tans and Reds, at 89c. No use to work yourself down maklnij $100 Reward, SI 00. will be ptawtf to thU InSt ttailkESu ol oi. drll tfl . tut l tiTt bwn l)ie to cure In all lu SrenSW k"S.ioih. mlicl tiatcrelty Kw a wutltullMul uuwuk-- . wjuirw trwrtniMit. 1IU ltn-- Cure l mm Jru u il NEW GOODS. A Partial List of Fall Goods just Received. BAGS. ,f"utitu-tkn- r. . t' f :'i !" f'i i i' ' ' AND WED- Swtlwh -. cure. D..n.i.i snd It. murk. ftVJ iiaIUm inr nnv MM tlUt It IUS W lor lut ot mthiiMiUla tfctnK ejrmor. MONDAY. TUESDAY NESDAY. soki JUO br ail imuniut. it.for Ham 1 amUy mu comtlpjUoo. Silk Kimonos Wc are showlnq the prettiest and daintiest ever in Danville prices arc low. $5.00 to $10.00. .They arc worth sominq to sec. Wc Will Offer Great Value !n Wil- ,iin Afv bouso ami lot on Whitley nvcnito near Miller sticet llouso contains live rooms ana bum i.',- .- SCARFS. SILKS. SERGES, MADRAS. OUTINGS. . .- , . . low and French Plumes, for three mer kitchen; 'ins running and Days Only. One Half Price err nq :. .. iraiul on the lI.U'0 ,i lot is liri fcot long by itl feet and iiurii water, ami .,. . . PICTURES, GINGHAMS. in Ostrich Feathers, stable and all necessary A bargain K. Wilkin75-son. Stanford. BARRETTES. ., BEAUTY BIG DISPLAY. A. B. ROBERTSON 8 DANVILLE, KENTUCKY. tor BRO, A Chance to Buy a Fine Plume at A dispatch from Frankfort say The stockholders ot the Cituons tank, of Columbia may lmvo to bo issessed 100 jier cent in order to pay nf tlmt bank. Seere- .!i i... i PIN BELT BWfcLES. SHOES Eta. Etc. A ji Come In And Look Them Over, Wholesale Price. tun of State llruner receivedo. this .v eport from Haul- - fcxotmner re-ii- GORDON'S 118 W. Main "r.mer mil upm item ition Sccritaiv el ..!. ... iL 1.1 !.,. It I..M. ' tv LEXINGTON, KY ro in bia wi ot thw iSramr n ri'i'V v f r f 1 t'l" r' I V fl.t (i tl s 'j.1 k "- ill Hughes, Martin & Co Stanford, Ky. minwwmin'oM Mijai. i m,.,4t!i.j 7U.i i THE INTERIOR JOURNAL, STANFORD. KENTUCKY. SO THE FARMERS Rccleaued Sped Rye 90 cents per bushel at J. H. Bauohman &, Co.'s. J. T. Hrown sold some weanjing rnh'M In .lolm llorlim for f!2.."0. V. C. Alfonl sold I! (iOU pound steers to 0. V. Koger for $120 each. Lill.urn Ooooh wll lo Walter Waller two weanling calves nt $1(1 cache I. ('. Kiii! sold n weanling mnro nulc to Luce Pros., of Hubble for Rock Salt Is best for your horse or cow. Try a lump. 'For sale at Baughman's Mill. For Sale Old rinicc livery burn pulilielv on Depot street. Will County Court lny October 0. Terms tnsy. J. C. Kubanks. depot nt tlie Strayed. From Shelbv City a bay borne l.'i hands IiikIi blnck mane mid tnil between nine mid eleien years old wiin n Knot tbe sie of n, mnrble on bis right knee. A liberal reward will be paid for bis whereabouts of bis return to Sam W. Wcsterfii'ld at Parksville, Ky. bought 2.i barr.1, II. Thoinp-o- n corn from Kdgnr Holtrcmw el1 of at -- .00 in tbe field. .1. T. Oaks noli! u mare mule to Tom Onkos for $175. Win. J Heck, of l'.uek Creek, "old some weanling calves at .l!l. .1. . Padgett hold a calf for flO mid n cow for .S0. uNo a hundred pound boj for $" Win. d. Heck, of Hunk Creek, has raied over HOI) chickens in her TUESADV. OCTOBER 3. 1911, Mr.( 1 7u farm of UOO acre in tbe valley of the lower Hio Grande, near Mission a Mieces thin TcMii-- , miiile sueli year rnisiui; ltenuuda onions and other produets that lie has turned bis handsome new couutrv residence over for the use of his superintiHid-en- t mid family ami will build another for lumnelf that will cost sfJS.OOO. Jill, llryan will greatly increase tbe Bermuda onion acreage on his farm, 'i'lio profit from this crop is .said to have been more than b00 mi acre. In the circuit "ourt nt Lexington lo- -t week Mrs. Itiehnrd T. Lowndt--, of Dmiville, filed suit nuiiiu- -t the 1j. 10,000 &, N. railroad company for damages resulting from the death o bcr noted show mure, l'rine. Soma. The mare was shipped from Lexing-to- n to Illinois m 1910 and her owner alleges Hint through the negligence of the railroad cimpaiiy the mare contracted ilhic-- s that resulted in " lier ilenth. K. C. Arnold bought 8 bend of mued cattle from Hester Itros.. at II 2 to 4 cents. nln home heifer PUBLIC SALE mid stecm from C. C. Oover at It 4 of cents. Ho sold 7 weanling to 4 FARM, STOCK AND CROPS calves to W. L. Dunugan for $10 on per head, bought a bunch of bogs of Wednesday. October llth. 1911. weighing 1ti' pounds each, at I will sell my farm of 203 acre-i- n d cents j er pound. th n. cold 4."i excellent neighborhood, two of Seott Pro., of D.unille, Itoylu county, Ky., pound hogs to T. W. .lone- - & one of the be- -t towns iutbe state, Co., at fi cents. J. 1 Chnncellor sold four suckling where arc located Central University nnd Caldwell College, two noted calves to W II. Shanks for $011. al-- n other good school- - and ihurche- -. The fana is in high state of cultivation ns crops will show. About 7.) acre- - in cultivation, balance in meadow ami blue grass. Water in every field during drouth. A ood stock iaim. A Will sell about 220 ncre- - with remaining unini-l'ioethen ibeii a- - a whole, taking the best hid. Improvements consist of one and a half Htory brick house with seven rooms, cellar and parch1, 000 Notes and bills... $32 es; 2 !a- - stock hud tobacco barn-iiother necessary buildings. $100,000 Gov't bonds Also will sell 23 pure bred and lcgistered Short Horn nnd Polled Lincoln Co. bonds.. 37.500 Iuirham cattle, consisting of 4 bull 6,500 Bank house.fur&fix calves, one herd bull, grand-o- n of fi HO.000 bull, remainder cows and Cash and exchange 36.000 heifer- -. Good practical kind for milk mid beef. ."i Jennets, 3 .oiuig Jacks. All high $501,000 hied and having blood of Hmperor 'loin Keeuo nnd Joe Itlackbum: good Ti ewe.s seed; 1 pair mules, J hor-c- s, nbout t!0 hogs nnd shouts. All farm-i- n gimolenients, consisting of Wagons, Manure Spreader, Drill. Harrows Plows, etc. Rome household LINCOLN COUNTY goods, about flOO shocks of Corn in shock, some Oats, 8 2 acres of BANK, NATIONAL Tobacco in barn. Pure bred Plymouth Kock chickens. Kverything sells, regardless of comer next to Court House price. Terms liberal on both farm Will show prosnnd personalty. pective buyers fnrm at any time. Dinner for nil. Stanford, Kentucky. R. L. G0SE, Danville, Ky. T. D. English. Auctioneer nt w 1-Kx-nr- cs 2-- 5, 1 l-3-1- -2 Go-hemile-soueol-log- Hon. W J. Hryim, who owns a incubator this season. Henry llidder, of the Oltonheim hogs to section sold 11) I). Iloonc nt OVir--. George John Adams, of Garrard bought u weanling mare mule from T. M. Alfonl for 4G'. also n ,earhng mare mule from W. 0. Houtcn for $110. It. K. Ilortim bought 211 bead of mixed cattle of HO to 1,000 pounds He also .......i.i ni VI- - in 4.:i.:t."i. ...i.i v mid iMiiiml Imteher stuff to Fields ltros., nt tX.'O; mid bou.'it n joke of 700 pound steers of I. . How-o- n for $10. Sale Few choice Duroe Jer- subject to sc gills for breeders; icgister; wciglit nbout 100 pouiuls. Price 10 eii oh if sold nt once. H. 732 II. Hroninuh, Cnib Orchard. Car nf Missouri FultZ 5CC0" Wltcai 78tf at Bauqhman &. Co.'s. Charles Piles nnd Frank Hell !ro-d cattle thro' oS town last week which they bought in Adair nnd will feed on their blue glass farms near Hustonulle. Liberty News. mmty, S. M. Hurdett. of Million week 17 aged 'l bought in Adair n.ule- - nt from 140 to .1!)0. bought u inure .1. X. Vmihook mid mule colt from Thomas Hell, of Wayne-bur- g section for .flOO; sold u fat G:."i pound heifer to Henry I'ields nt .1 2 cents. The fanners of the King's Mounicinitio. Point tain itnd I'len-alepoit the corn is -- oiiring in the -- hock, -nice the recent warm rainy weather. Stock Farm ,of The F.lmcndorf Fayette county, bought the Jersey iow. I.ady Oxford Majestic, for winch $1,(K30 was paid. Thi- - i the cow in Kenleeuid price tor Jer-e- y tucky At .Winchester, Monday, Hev. L. H. Reynold, of near North Middle-lou bought 20 yearling steer, pay-iii- i! They 4 2 cent- - oer iiound. averaged nbout 4io pound- -. Tbe truck record lor a mile nt the Louisville, wits Churchill Downs, broken twice Wednesday afternoon. T. W. Green, in the third event, ran the distance in 1 :38 flnt, and in tbe st (Mined fifth race Adams one- the same route in 1:37 till ot a second slower than the Americ.iii record T. M. Green i owned b Senator It. L. Hubble, of thi- - I'ouujj. J'.'i-poiie 1,000-pounlu-- BIG STOCK SALE land and two miles from Stanford on will offer for sale at aflRtion at my farm between the Crah Orchard and Somerset turnnikes. one milt frnm Row I Thursday, Oct. 19, 1911 4SO head of Horses, Mules, Jennets, Cattle, Hogs HORSES mare. 1 Weanling Colt out of 1 Weanling Horse Colt out of a Pence mare by Dr. Munson 1 Weanling Horse Colt out of Percheron mare by George Hurr. 1 Weanling Filly Colt out ot Golddust mare by Ashland Brook. 1 Yearling Filly unknown breeding. and Sheep Western 5 Yearling branded fillies, all of them good stock. 3 Yearling branded horse colts, all good stock. 1 2 year old draft filly out of Percheron mare by German coach horse 2 Yearling Draft Fillies out of Percheron mare by German coach horse 1 good 3 year old mare in foal to George Hurr 1 3 year old registered saddle mare, in foal to Bohemian King 1 4 year old registered saddle mare, in foal to Carroll Preston 1 7 year old mare by Pence, in toal to The Warfield I 8 year old Percheron mare in foal to jack 1 4 year old mare by Dignity Dare in foal to jack. 1 5 year old mare, coach stock, in foal to jack 1 6 year old mare, Percheron stock, in foal to jack 1 7 year old mare, coach stock, in foal to jack JACK STOCK 1 1 3 year old jennet bred to W. T. Eobinson's big $3,000 Mammoth jack 4 year old jennet bred to Baughman's Napoleon 19 year old jennet heavy in foal. MULES already weaned. 16 yearling mules to be sold old horse in pairs, well mated. 2 well matched and well broke sorrel two-yea- r hand 3 year old sorrel mare mules, fit to ship. mules. 2 well matched 15 hand brown mare mules, 6 years old, fat'.and ready to ship 2 well mated 15 10 good work mules from 3 to 9 years old, all fat. 18 mule colts some of which are 1-- 4 - Over Half - Million Dollars 3-- 4 d, In Resources CATTLE old Jersey cow, fresh by or before 2 yearling Jersey heifers, fine stock. 1 weanling Short horn heifer calf. 6 weanling bull sale. 1 beautiful blue-roacalves, 2 of which are "Peacharenoes" 10 plain yearlings. 10 good yearlings, 80 weigh from 500 to 750. 100 etratoyearlingsThese cattle will be sold at 11 Good and extra good feeders from o'clock. 900 1,000. 3-ye- ar ml n v 1 due in eight and under cash in hand. Over that amount, cash or a months, bearing 6 per cent, interest. Sale will be held rain or shine;. Dinner served on the grounds. Col. J. P. Chandler, Auct. Terms-$50 Listed Hampshire boar; ready service. 1 Listed red boar ready for service SHEEP 150 good Kentucky bred sheep. All yoang mouths. good note, W. H. SHANKS, T. P. Heed, of Boyle, hulled out i Lunsford Yandell, of Boyle, shipu oiiiHiv riiiver seen crop mis jcur. ped 31 export cattle0 Nuw York In.!, week. They were iiuu.imll.v Him Throe burn on the funits of Wilabout 1,1-- 0 pounds, iriiet. wein'hiii liam Euhunks, ilorri-- i Station; Aland hruu'Jit about 0 1 - cent. bert Ilurtmuii, duio'uiuii, uiul' The Georgetown News huy: "At the iiibtanee of the Seott County KIIh, truck Kurdner. near Soeiety .it, warrant wa- - xivoru were cuiiMimed by Humes out utfniiisit L. lluriidon, a promiSunday. Kucli of these burns nent farmer of Great Cros-in-- i, a new roi of hay, valuable Monday on the charge of cruelty to implements and live stock. animals. Tho warrant clmrcul that from Cincinnati were put on Mt. llciudnn, in nil etToit to break the the trail of the xuppooed iucendiur-le- u a roguish sow from trettiu into eyes corn field, had sewed up both Monthly Tho Oeoivetowu Newa says: "Mr. of the ho; with u needle and thrtiid. Claude Itohinsou hold in u combina Mr. Herudoii appeared before tiio tion Mile ut I'nris lut week 14 head .Indue Hriitow, Tuesday iiioruiu.'. of ymwi Duroe hoirs (spring piR) pleaded to the chuixu and was fined nt an average of $23 per head. Mr. $10 and eoi-The bed plaster: A piece, of llan-n- el Jiol'iiiKon bought two Duroe tilts ut dampened with Chamberlain's u sale la Lexington in February, .veins bu ha sold over $500 worth Liniment and bound on over the parts is superior to a plasIn less than two 1010. for $75. of he hogs and nbout 75 head of ter and costs only ono tenth us much. For sale by all dealers. 78-- 4 younsr Block left." 'Wit-Hum Cov-innlo- ii, Mil-micon-taini- 'd Wood-liotimU cd Stanford, Ky. S. M. Helm, of the 1'eMotiV Well Mtld one lioie mule colt and three mare mule colts to J. M. Itim-- 1 in oi Hubble, for 3J.'j. II. S. Coy Mild a horse mule cult to hiuno for "t."i7. .liuiies I'eak Mild a home mule oil for HH. will brim; you swift and sure results. Onu warm bath with ZKMO SOAP and one application of ZKMO and you will not suffer another moment and you will soon see a cure in fcfcht ZKMO and ZKMO SOAP are prov-e- n uures for ovcry form of skin or They nro sold by Mjulp affection. Mrs. .Ji.hu Matlock and her ilaimli one lending drtifc'cist in every city or tcuwi in America nnd in Stanfoid, ler, I'catl Matlock, liviiiu near U. Kv, were hlmt by an assawsiu, by Penny s Drug Store. the motl'cc dytiiK Mne houm later The (luiuihter in uNo exnected to PUBLIC SALE! the. I will sell ut public outcry on Tuesday. October 17, 1911 HERE IS AEMeFy THAT WILL SKIN AND SCALP CURE lU'iiiiiins.' at 10 a. in., my farm at AFFECTIONS. lliu'iia Vista Gairaid county, And We Can Prove It. of 80 acres of splendid laud Mid containing a seven room house The l'eiinj drill; store says to person he it man, woitmii or in good repair. Plucu has u splendid child who has an irritated tender In- u ell at door, two good spriims in flamed, itchhifr SKIN or SCALP, you sight of house; i tinning stream thro' need not suffer another day. "We entire place, fruit of all kinds Good have a refined skin preparation that school nnd three churches in sight of k 's Sale OF SADDLE HORSES Itelonqinq to the estate of the late Dr. W. L. Hockaday, to bMield at thr farm, near WHITE'S STATION. HIGH-CLAS- acts instantly and S T n KY.. on Wednesday, October 18, 1911, An unprecedented opportunity to secure the. very best lot of Indthat will be offered for a lonu time.. These horses represent from most careful matinq of the very best horses in the state. The tifferirm consists of youngsters by such qreat sires as Rex Peavine, 1796 Red Mconald 2334. Uanay Jim mo, idoi; uruou mures uv iuiu niuiiaru, y Chief, 1361 RexMcDonald 833 and Gold Dust. 2581. 2879: Montr-ornerThere are celts In this offerinn qood enough to head any breeding establishment aHd fit for any show ring. Catalogue of horses ready Address October 2nd. 1911.. ividuals re-sti- lts house. A fine tobacco and stoc'; burn, on place and all other necessary outbuildings. At same time I will also sell r couple of good wok hordes. of hogs, weighing about 180 pound apiece, 3 cows and pigs; lot of com to be void in the heap, also farming implement, nil in good shape. A good piano will also be olTcicd in this sale Teiins on dav of sale. For further information see Mrs. E. J. Poorc. Uuena Vista Ky. 70-tCol. T. 1). Kngtih, Auct l HilioiisnesH is due to u disordered condition of the stomach. Chamberlain's Tableth are essentially n stomach medicine, nilundeil eniiiil. ly to act on thut organ; to cleanse it, strcngtnoikit, tone and iuvigonite it, to regulate, the liver and to ban-is- h biliousness positively and effec78-- 4 tually. All deulers. con-histii- 'ir J. S. Hockaday, V Beret, ot KyM R. F. D. 1 TSr:;' ov-ve- ry OR A. K. DOTY, Admr. W. L. Hockaday. Lour Tom Cuenault, Auct. W1- -