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STANFORD, LINCOLN' COUNTY, KENTUCKY, KILLED I RIRW, OCTOMKR 0, 1011. UNDERWOOD al EVEFtY TUESDAY AND FRIDAY WHAT WILL THEY DO 'SETH REYNOLDS McKECHNIE'S SUCCESSOR To Be Named by Governor and FIs-rCourt Becomes Republican. v i' IN SAW ATTEMPTS SUICIDE. ,L!.. ACC,DENT- Blind , To G.ve CltvlSTFrom Tlqcrs? Opposition Ticket Three Ollicrs Batllv Scaled at Way- "Possum" Rout Tries (o Hanq Himncsbtirq When Boiler Lets Go. self In Jail Examinlnq Trial Just n the I. J., went lo press Is Waived. Thursday it learn that the follow the nlilitp-- t warning of Willioi. induced jo ,j ltI,.t.iiiiir lute, Sftli Rojiml.1-.- , ing gentlemen bnvo la-eJohn Harris Hunt, the onciirined make the race for Couiieilmon inwas ,r,.,i mt,, eternity and ll.Ke .iicgm murderer of Clny Rrye, also opposition to the Law and Order, .i.,,,. ...,.., WP imtiu-- could not ticket. They are: won- foarfidiy doubled-liIt Ican-cl- , wnivt-i- l oxntniiiinj; trinl James McHoc, bolb r ol htean. "ben the County Jiulsn Hailcy in tin; M, I), Elmore, Ml. II. Shaleloii - saw mill exp'oded County Con it Thursday and was C. C. Qoocb, at I'M) Wcdnosil.iy at Wnvne-bur- v Jielil to await I lie action of the grand Tom I'elice, IIoMmiIiIn 'ind forolloii, llfteilloni iiunli!y J. R. Powell, liiry, without IkiiuI. Thcru was a it fjci'ui.. t nut a ullieieiil lug crowd in the court room when . I'm nk Rout. the boiler, and belli r of Willi"1 the enso was culled Judge Pulley are all Well jneed in fiiiiiit the cnsiiie caught These gentlemen appointed Atlorvny J. S. Owsley to known and prominent ciliens. The Ihe f'dl nip. id in' ill- explosion iml look nft-Koiit'n interests, though I. J., cannot bring itself to believe was In l liiiib c. the nil. Ill I" I.' the latter said lie had spoken to At- that they nre willing for the present was mutilated nluuM beyond torney (J. I). Plnrcncs to represent, condition of blind timers and law.nid iienil. cm i" boil'- - viis liim hut Mr. Florence was not pres-oi- i lessness to continue. Its columns irii-hlie vvii- - .iiio,.i IP yiuiM l I. are freely opened lo them to nay u;o anil s survived bv one son living Itout scented very nervous hi tln what they will do to Rive Ihe city ,in U'nii'. His vvif- - bus been dead courtroom, and is a paid to bo grout relief, if they intend to inuku such sever.ii .vt'iim. I'lii" H"-- who wcie ly scared over the prospects of go- mi effort. stenm will 'cabled by the Reports lire heard about town Ihnt recoio-- . No ing to the electric chair. The fate iirini: uMils hav" ! ol Shay Penman, whoso Fioily was mine of Ihe ardent wets who havo been 'iiailc lor Mr. Itcvuohl- - buiial brought hack seared nnd burned, hopes of saloons currying in the his friends hohliiii: Ihe lc'iinius unsuciiis to hnve uffeded the negroiw (lection lo come Inter, ore stating til his ..ii iirivc ic Illinois. t hut the Law and Order ticket, if generally. Two inhU ago, Rout made an ef- elected, would endeavor to fix u AUGUSTUS McCORMACK fort to hang himself in his cell in prohihiloiy license, if saloons were' Thosu who have talked Succumbs to Cancer After Lonq i he jail by using a torn lilanket, hut voted in. Jailer Farmer caught him nt it and this question over, with the Law mid Illness. Order cumlidulcs for Coitucilmcii, prevented him. Coroner Oconto 1'. llritflit hold nn rt, however, lliut this fickct would AiiKilsliis McColliinck one of the s infiiiCsl over the remain of Clay iilidouhteilly stand lor a $1,0(10 li- u.osl citixeiis iin.l Dryc, colored, Monday afternoon a cense foe. were saloons lo ho voted. of Lincoln coiititv died at hi- .short while after ho was killed hy (Ins being the amount which is paid Inn n the MeCornmck's chinch John Ilnrris Itotit, another negro. in the liite majority of cases where iieiKhhorboo.1 Wednesday aflernoou The witnesses at the inquest gave minims me open ill the small towns liom the cflccls of cancor of the 41 description of what i prohnMy ol the state: and it is Deceased was horn nml that this is the Mini which the wets stomach.in Lincoln coiuitv mid waI he worst killing that hns nvouurred icuied tinwould ailvoi-alproper as in Lincoln county in many yearn. member of the McCoruuick's it wcio hiiIooiim Voti-- buck. Will Loveless testillid that Drjewns which look Its name from i lunch, in the house of (Irecii Hansford and the liirxo fnuiilv of McCormacks ho gotten him (Loveless) to buit-daRALLEY IN CASEY SCHOOL hud have for iiiiinv veins lived in that Iiih am., which had heeii inpir-c- d -- eclioii and who have of the a few days previous bv a horse's Over 1000 Pupils Hear Addresses nlwavs been iiiuouir Ihe bet people kick. Dryc started to leave thti Hi' is survived hv By Prominent Men ot the ciainty. liouso and ai ho Ktnrted from ihe his wife vvjio wus a Misr. Meser and tloor n stmt ram; out and Drjo stagtwo voun dnichtcrs nud in their Liboilv. Ky Oct. " gered down the step. l.ovcleH run Casey lo-- s they have the sympathy of a Supt. J. C. I.aV has uii-e- il to the door aitjl saw Rout reloading host of, jmrriivvinjr friends. Aflor Ids shot gun, and before lie could Count and her schools into prom-im-liorvicos at the late homo Thursday hv his uraud educational Rout fired again and Dryc interfere, remain-- , were hud to nill.v of illoO pupils and their titach-ir- s aftornooii the fell to the ground expiring instant in l.ilit-av- . Fndav Sept. -- Dtb. ic- -t in the Iluffiilo Ceinelerv. Iv. fail-iiiJohn Kennedy, Htiother negro, NotwilhstaudiuK a rain and the of I'lesident II. 11 Cherrv, ot A Medicine That Gives Confidence .luiiditig u shnrt distance from the Is Fob v's lloiicv and Tar Compound scene of the murder nml hoard Rout Rowling !rcii nml .Supt., T. J. Mrs. T. J. Adams. N'o. Kansas go'mg lnutes of Franklort to be present ay an ho appioaehed: "I am Ave., Coluiuhu-'Kas.. writes: ''For on in count of sickness and ii.is-.e". No one had to kill the ehildron have fin-eof c number of visits heard of anv quarrel between Rout ruilroml eonncelioii. I'rof. (Irecii Mihlresvcd Ihe crouil boon subject lo coiuhs lllld colds. 1 jiii. Drve. If this character of to. llowliiiK 5u0 people ut the fair grounds used I'olev's lluiiev and Tnr. Comtimoiiv is given when Rout's trittl ol p. in., utter the march of the pound and found tbnl it cm oil nl comes, it soeiiw thai the electric mid colds, so I keep it in the pupils nuii teachers through town thair will he called Into Use. snhti- bouse nil the l.emlcil bv the Liberty hints hand. n-- .r i i ii.., i.. ..ri...n..il .if I... lules. Shunrs and lanner. kIllId BY TRAIN. Liheilv Kraded school has enrolled CHRISTIAN CHURCH MEETING at- -, Prominent Austrian Farmer Loses .l1.'.', I piuuls r ,,d had an avcraoi I. ..11 lin II. Iiniitwimii icuin leiHiifiec oi im, ins His Life at Junction City. meeting I'royruiu of 1! VI lllllllli: Lt lo Veil IS vvoll II Htfi-of Lincoln Christian eliurehe ifMine of Imll bv the score of LI to 12 nl "t Junction Citv, Kv.. Oct of (;rowii school boys coiinlv lo bo hold tit the (losheii While nttemtiiiK lo uross the finin a tenia 1 1. from Casev's Creek and 1'lul, after ehiirclt Salurdny October 1(1 A. M.. tiatks of the - A-- N.. R. R. Fridtiv the t the fair Kroiuids on iiftoriiooii, .Mr. John Sehmidl, of tln Hilly W. S. Willis. J0:15 Aildu-s- ' flay. I'ridav the 'Jilth of pliHf, was struck bv the eiigdin' of Souk the "tni-- around" Irani whioli IcIihi lOMfi Address I). M. Walker. a benvv train from Livinsttinu lo Sons J. K. BAUGHMAN HURT CoMitt. and fatally mjurisl. He liv llrlo Report of County Kvuturv- cd about an hour. Mr. Sublimit was list. I 2aii)chniau, one of the must J. born in Yirntut, Austria, about 71 11:10 Ii'uixirt of chili oho. fanners of the Wost Vm ' ears n i(i and had been in lhi coun-Ir.- v prominentteeth knocked loose and his Noon. IihiI five Wliwi 1 iW for about 2i vers. 1'. M.. lVvoiion.tl -- J. M. badly cut when a horse be fodder from one ol bis tut ins lo loiieuei dime mu uiuler a sirtind of Joins.. was t tin- - other F. M. Tinder. :l.i Ad.lris. wire on bis plnco Thursday His iuneral was prem hod at the ImiIi Sl'lli.'. moriiim:. Mr. Itaimhuiau was not no-t- ii Catholic iliurch on Siimlnv by Ilh-i- r W. (!. Mont joinery 2:l.i Addies in pbiseiv (he way in front and Leo. ol Ottcnhomi. The chuii h Sou;;. was under the wire before l-C- i was filled lo overflowine with Catho- Ihe horse Jos. Hiillou. Many Mr. Ilaiiclmmu could snve himselt. alike. lics and I'rotjstanl Id1. T. W. I'eiuiiiictoii, of this citv beautiful and eosllv floral iifferiuir see what danitme DANDRIFF AND ITCHING SCALP coinplctclv covered his iortiu. His loft huriicillv lo been done to the teeth while YIELD TO ZEM0 TREATMENT. interment ill the chuichyurd of the bad Ki'd knobs follow- other physicians in the Wet alholic Church in the the other iniuries. Why should von foiitinue to ed the funeral. Mr. Schmidt had wore diossinir not serious, nre quile lotions with sulvcs, :rca many friends and had uoeiimuhiled whiib while mid fancv hair lirvsMiitrs Irving II considerable ol this world's yoods. painful. TIlOV liil vniir M'lilii of im'IMi life lie was a director in the First Stale Take Your Common Colds Seriously tlM , n hecause thev cannot pene- I tit nk. of this place, and was Comuum colds, severe and fro- - Irate lo the sent of the lionh'o and un iipriiht penlleiiiaii. Four foundiiliou of chronic (iiaw the tierin life lo the surface miiis survive, him, two of whom re- iiiifiit, lav llii diseased 'conditions of the nose and ol I'.ie sculp nml destroy it. side in Cincinnati, one in S.nra-ruf- t brim- -' Why iml trv u IMtOVKN FtF.MF.DY He Is nlo survived throat, and may develop iulo . mid one hrro. chhits, pneumonia, mid cousuinptiou One thai will do Ibis. We have a by bis wife. Mr. and Mi. V. A. Hrowu, of ror all couulis ami coins in cuuureii leineuv nun win uu uic scutp oi uerm life mid in tin- - way will cure Farksvillo, hloppcd' over wilh their an din siown persons, take Compound promiitl;-Srhusui- s DANDRUFF and ITCIIINd SCAL1'. fiaiiKhlcr, iMis. J. II. llnukla. on their Honey and Tur This remedy is Zl.MO, a clean, re- and Tanner, va.v home from LiYinptoii iincd, poiietrulini; scalp tonic that Charley Cosby bus succeeded, llnr goes riKlit lo lite seal ot tne irou-lil- c A RimarkabU Man. rv Wilson n nssihtant qtenl of tbu one of and drives the pnn life to the llliilso perfect l.. & N. Mr. WiMon-vvil- l in Icleraphj;. v.iicb he 'uis ih Din.i r.M.mrLiililii men that tlio rare mrface nud deslrovs it himself A sluimnoo with ZKMO (ANTI- vrim Im produced. Ills Krcatm-s- i boon strdviiif for'spuie"!lfmo.. f'KI'TIC) SOAI' and one application or Leonardo rouuy Hided, like that I'rof. llovnird t ""; rlinis ho U w '" ' ZKMO "j11 l.'iuisu and Acnes flrceii and Mr. Vlncl. licit to wbum attendinj: the UOcd to rank froui the taudpolnt of hwiIji of dandruff and scurf. Do not II ttina Reetoo iuv ""- " ti .ichors' institute in iJinoaster ibis Intellectual l.rllllancy. ILvai.tnU1, fuel on a new principle Ibis ihoro will ter of atyle, und il subject covered loday. week. As n result of mid will do I'xnctly what vve claim bo im sch'iol. about the whole Hold of mental iicllvl. Km si Itlibaidsoii. tlm voiuu; tiiaii I ty, Oreut us a dreumcr of rich nut tor ir. Sold and endorsed by Denny's who wiis sliol by his "im drotipine; , aplendUl dreams, he wu nlno bupreue- oil wnnoii and ly great ua a IoeIcUii and mntuemntl-clau- , Drug Store. fiiiin the sent of the a a nnturnl phllonoplier and lieinir iiseluiiTsul. Is not so well Hits, Renr Admiral Winfield Scott Sell- discoverer. II n illetl at the ace Friday iuorninr. The wound in Ihe driipied dead after having been sick ley. I. S. N.. of thirty-nin- e Is civiiii; him much trouble. arm street, New Grubbs. of Shelby City, all hla life, and yet tho fragmonta ot in West Robert on Saturday hla genius will eerve to make hli name York. Tuesday aflerjiooii. was culled to Loxincton un absence from Democrat by an necident whicb happened to aa Immortal as the human race ttsalf. ic After for years, Gen. Simon Roli- ranks his Bon, Mr. Alfred Orubbs .who was W. M. Marshall, one of the assis- - vnr Iluckuer soke for lMvrard J. mnkinR liis first trip on tlio Q. & C., r;iM liclween Hazard McDenuott, Dt'inocratio cndidnto ,nii a coUision on this (., In I froiRht ttnin. painfully r.nd Jackson, Rupposcd to have been for Lieulennnt Qovernor, nt road on Thursday ho was after n mail sack was rif- - fordsville. scoring O'Rcar for "con- wounded nbout tlio bead. Mr. Robnuer npning ert Grubbs returned Sunday ovcnini; led was nrrested in Ohio last nishl lbnng uiguivetoes outrages, by President Tnft the reported that his 6on's condi-tio- a nnd is said to hava made a confer nud ot Tariff rcducios legislation. ion was much better. . 4 s be-Jo- ro ei.-'iii, -r ircou'-iiitioii, cl ' -f' fnr-lacilimli-ttnoic --. ij - IN SPLENDID SHAPE. Tho Magisterial Dintrict Tcnebcru And Jerrc Sullivan Will Address Association met in Hie elntpol of the Upon Retirement of Mr. Hutcheson graded school building, Salurdny Voters on Court Day Blq is being Consulerahlo interest And Installation of New Cash! Crowds Will Hear Them September, '2'.). I'rof. Robinson in iii.inife"ti'il in the successor lo the ier, Mr. Salin. Into Sipiiic ,1ns. MeKwhmo, who an address of welcome emphasized will have lo bo appointed by timer Lincoln county people will hnve J (he necessity of good will between M. II. Salin, the new enshier of tho nor Willsoti, nml of couise, will un- the honor of hcuriiig an address teacher und pupil. Rev. I'nlmcter State Ilnnk ii Trust Company, ardoubtedly bo a icpublieau. Tliero from Congressman Underwood ure two anuoiincd applicants for democratic floor lender of the low- followed him, urging that the school rived from Ml. Vernon this week nnd the place, and the er House of Congress next Sntur-itu- y he made a factor in nit iptcstions look charge of affairs nt tho bank, of public interest. Woods lie was given a cordial welcome to friends of both arc said lo be night. and the Rev. Mr. Willis gave valu- tlnnford by the citizens generally up petitions in (licit heh.ill'. The Underwood is makjng nbout Mr. able talks on the "Ideal Teacher." An auditing committee wus appointtwo men nre former Magistral . C. half n doen speeches on Kentuck on An instructive discussion on ed to cheek retiring Cashier J. W. Carmiin, of the Danville pike, nid behalf of the Statu ticket, headed school inaiiugemcnt was introduced Ilulchesoii out nnd they made tho Hurt Luce, of the lluhbb "Imii, by Senator McCreary, and Congress- by I'rof. Johnson, who was follow- following report: bolb well known republican" Mr. man Harvey Helm, his colleague, af- ed by Messrs. I'almcter, Kverctt, To W. L. MoCnrty, Pres., Stato liiM''i-tlun Ciitmiiii served us of ter considerable effort inuiiiiged to Willis nnd Robinson. Rev. Cnry I. Hank & Trust Company, Stanford, . . n uly u n.f'iii'.t of year-mcurc one of the speeches for Stan- 1 tin in in his talk on character build- K.v., mid made a good record. Mi. Luce ford. Ah this is theonly point in this ing reminded the audience of the Dear Sir: is a very prominent mid popular part ol? the stntn in which he can importance of helping children to We, your committee nppoint-o- d Inline of his section. heard, the courthuuse will by you to examine the books, thought form right habits Just whom the local repuhheun he capacity conduct. .Miss Loisol Willis whonud be taxed to its is notes etc., of the Stato Hank & Ttust onrmiintioii will endotso. is not him. The speaking will begin deeply interested in the .subject of Company., preparatory to turning known, but it is safe It) sav he will to bear promptly at half piiit seven o'clock. defective1 children, gave us much use- - the Mime over to your newly elected not hi. anyone who wits identified Underwood is closely in touch fill and helpful information along cashier, M. It. Salin, would respect-lull- y with the "Lily While" faction in then-c- Mr. with the great wave of deuiorrutio that line. Difficulties met in school report thnt we have made a ent county convention. progre.ssivenoss which is sweeping work, vvu ably treated in a paper by careful examination of the books. Willi Ihe uppniiilinont ot t! icw country, and ho ill give a iii.i'.istratc, the fisial coin I will he over Ihe inside view of the politi- Mrs. Mellee, nnd the subject was I'Hsli etc.. and that we approve of all the loans made nnd find everyfurther discussed hy Mr. Wolford. rcp'ililicun in politico! comi.loxioti, close and cal outlook for 1912 and tell of the Wood, a guest of the thing in perfect balance nml it is hav uic been evenly nividvd wi'lt the Kentucky lendine closed tho program by u our host knowledge nnd belief that lepiinlicmis and two democrat 'or importance of a. splendid ibino-- c condipica for tie prohibition interests, everything is in ihst-clns- ., An eleelu.ii to light by returnim: i li'i'iiber of years. ratio majority this year. giving as an object lesson, the re- tion. This Oct., .", 1011. !'ill the viieaucy cnusd by ihe death Momlnv, which is county court sults in .Madison .county, a few jears On Respectfully voiirs, held of "s uiie MoKechiiic cannot day, ut 1::I0 o'clock, Hon. Jerre A. since. Miss Carpenter very kindl.v tl. L. Penny. mill Nov oilier KM'.'. county, one of enlivened tho meeting by presenting Sullivan, of Madison L. It. Hughes, licutcn-nnt- s (J.G. Perry, S l.nu' rnliinisl lull's to destmiitions Senator MoCreary's closest speak Nellie Allen in a bright little recitain the fight this fall will Auditing Committee. tion, and Nancy McKiiuiey, Roberta iii the west northwest nml southwest LinThe following testimonials to the Tickets on to the democrats and voters of bad Tucker, Margaret Powell. Nnnt-iSouthern railway. via probably Mr. Sullivan Weddle mid Christine Lair in a song splendid ability of Mr. Salin have sale daily September l.'ilh to October coln mom to do with the drafting of the both of vvhwich were well lemlered been received by the officials of the 1th, lllll inclusive. nnv other bank hero with which lie' will be For further information, as nnv democratic platform thanpeople just and received much applause. in the future: The meeting bud a largo atten.iiient, A. R. Cook, DI'A Louisville, man and will tell the is dance of friends of lb-- ' school, mi !:. I). Slratton. DAP. Evnnvillc, Ind. what it stands for. Mr. Sullivan in this was the most successful held hcie, Mt. Vernon, Ky., Oct .', J. C. Ilenin. Jr., AOl'A, St. Louis. well known in Lincoln and section of the stole. He represented in many yea is. Wo the undersigned officers of Mo. Madison countv in the legislature Miss Blanche Dnrnelte was the the People's Rank of Mt. Vernon. tonus and made a reputa- guest of .Miss Florence Spragens last Ky., deeply regret the resignation of We liuvi a buvcr for a farm ot several M. It. Salin, Cashier. In his work (bout 100 acres well improved and tion ns some of the strongest men week. He is a n pike. Mr. and Mrs. TomGalley left for in the hank we have always found If vou li.ive niiytb'ng near over in that body. undoubtedly fine be the south Friday where they will bun efficient, honest, sober, painsspeaker and will this, list it with us. Hughes & henrd bv a lar;c crowwiL C2lf taking, and competent in every res-pe- it Stanford. make their home. to conduct its affairs, both in .Mrs. Lelia Cook, of Stanford is GOES TO A SPLENDID POSITION. the guest of Mr. and Mrs. Samuel the workings of the bank nnd solicit ing business on the outside, and it is Owens. .of Shel- with great pleasure that wo recomMr. A. R. C. mend him to any desiring bis .services by City was in town Monday. from We can state, without hesitation, Miss Liicv Alcorn l , f jS-. ff yfji'titW Kiilufc...' f-llihnt his services, wherever they Louisv ille Wednesday. ' S. M. Reid is at home for a few tuny be rendered will always be of ''''' iimL'i-trut,jet-tiuu; to Liu-ii.1 1 v. Dinw-iddi- SPEAKS HERE SATURDAY NIGHT HUSTONVILLE. J AFFAIRS OF BANK ' $MiL .iiXglaS . (bcii-coiih- s 1 ' I .,..,.' . I Seuu-Anuu- r. 1 BMBLffiflfffg I'wi v1 jaT Je CiMPJiMBiLlMiLLLLKLB rl Ru-cilin- , Mi-ise- s d-- i V'"","" - J. W. Hutcheson. - His many friends bore, will bo glad lo know that J. . Hutcheson, who has j t resigned as cashier of the Slate Hank & Trust Co.. goes to a splendid position in Louisville, buying just been elected Assistant Treasurer of tho Travelers Insurance Machine Company, of Louisville which has a capital sjook of 41,000,-00- 0 11 us Lincoln County has a great many stock holders in the concern they can rest ussiired that .same will he look-i- d aflor by Mr. Hutcheson It is patented concert! and something thnt will appeal to all the traveling public. In this new enterprise Mr, Hutcheson goes with tho best wishes of a host of friends in Lincoln County, ed "; aWT l This company i organized for the purpose of placing ut all of the public places in the United States a iiuu'lune which gives you your weight and an accident insurance policy on your life for $1,000 for five cents for a day. It is considered a very high class investment and in ns much lie is uu experienced banker and a business man nnd has made, n great many friends during bis residence in Stanford whero as Cashier of tho State Bank & Trust Company, bo 3ano siii) o.ujS puu (1poo3 opuui,, financial institution on a splendid start. the highest order. Respectfully, Travlor and -- on of Danville, were guests of relatG; Raker, President. L. W. Rctlumim, Attorney, ives- here Sunday. , S. D. Lewis. z .Miss Kdna Cainnitz has returned J. P. E. Drummoud. from Harrodsburg. P. II. Shults, Mr. ltnvven (lover has vented the I). R. Soiitbnud. Adams flat, and will move there W. J. Sparks. Directors. next week. Jos Ilayden, of Paris, was hero Mr. and Mrs. Oeorge Mclvinney have returned from a delightful vis- on business several days Ibis week. A number of prominent Lincoln it to relatives at Somerset. The members of the volunteer Sun county farmers are planning to atday school will furnish dinner for tend the Mclvee Pros., sale of Duroo Mr. D. S. Carpenter's sale, Saturday hogs near Versailles Saturday. October 7. Oweuton, Ky. Mr. Kugene Pope, of Danville, is the guest of her parents Mr. nnd To whom it may concern: I hnve known Air. M. II. Salin, Mrs. John II. Rout this week. this week the bearer, all his lite. I knew his Rev. Illain is in A si.vpounl boy has arrived nt rfnther. Rev. Lewis Salin, the noted the homo of Mr. and Mrs. James linptist preacher, quite well, lie wus Yovvell, the boy will ho called James one of the foremost citizens of this county and was loved and respected lliune.v. Pmf. McIItirgue, of Danville, was by all M. 11. Salin lived here long after Sunday wilh friends nml relahe came to venrs of maturity and I tives. Willis attended the knew him not only personally but Miss Lois teachers meeting at Crab Orchard nlso in a business way. , For several years he has been last week Joe King, of Liberty is with his cashier of the Peoples Hank, Mt. sister Mrs. Lucieu Young this week. Vernon, Ky. He is a Miber. thoughtful, und capable mint, Miss Sena Kditugtoii has returnfriemU ed from a pleasant week with .Mrs. easily, and is thoroughly compvteut and successful in his business Fa iris. I commend huu most heartily to Dr. Ed ward Alcorn left Monday for Hugo Oklahoma, to visit his son the fair consideration of any to J. 0. Carlisle Alcorn who is in busi- whom this writing' may be shown. Respectfully. ness (here. J. C. IIOLRROOK, Farmers Mr. and Mrs. It. M. Tale are visitNational Rank of Oweuton, Ky. ing relatives at Perea this. week. Misses Mary D. and Lena Reck President Tatt is in a nnd Catherine Murphy were in town tulk with the loaders of the Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Adams nud different republican functions in IlGivens and Ada Al- linois pleaded guilty to being a very Misses Iiliu-corn were in Danville Monday. They poor politician, acknowledged again drove over in Mr. Adams'. Overland that his ambition had lain in tbu direction of the office of Cljiof Jusi nr. Mrs. John A. Illuiii und Miss Ala tice rather than tho presidency, and s, Wright have returned from a de- admitted he had made many hut that he tried to do what lightful trip lo Mammoth Cave. .Mr. Cluis. Wheeler took Mrs. C. Tt he thought was light. Misses Ressie McCormiick. Cofft to FUlleve Fatigue. and Hlnck Hogle and Rev. The question la aoinellmaa Baked: Mr. Rlaiu to Danville in his automoWhat will rellert) fatigue more quickbile Thursday. ly than anything else? Clprka tn atorea and men generally aa well aa Ttltphona on Barnard. To monk ot St Barnard hart women ahoppera become at tlraia fitted the retuga huta In tbe moat vary tired. Fortunately tbe Hrltlaa pcrlloua ipota with telepbonet, which army naa tbraabed the question out. will enable travelers In dlatresa to and tried every kind of decoctlo that could be thought of, and z na? ring up for profit by their experience. They to cotfee, and declare) award Mrs. Jlettie Moore, one of our tt baa tbe palm superior nor equal for neither best and most industrious Indies litis thta purpora. alum! finished her sixth counter-pan- e having begun nbout five years Foley Kidney Pill. ago to knit one for each of her child rcn who are, Mrs. R. It. Wilkinson, Supply just the iugiedieuts needed Lancaster, Mrs. D. 0. Portmnn, Lib- to Imihl up strength and restore erty, Mrs. E. Wilkinson. Stanford, Ihe natural action of the kidney and Specially prepared for Mrs. T. J, Phillips, Liberty, Mrs. A. bladder. headache, nervousness, II. Dillon. Liberty, Attorney E. C. backache, rheumatism and all kidney, bladder Moore, Liberty. They are pronouncShugurs ed pretty ones to bo knit by a lady and urinary irregularities. 75 years old. Casey County News. and Tanner. day. .Mr. and Mrs. .Tc-- e l. Mi-sot- heart-to-hea- rt mis-lake- Wnr-thingt- ou It i v AJMf-UiIM--M t mmiitytflifm '"! MlgaiaaMaaaaBMa mtmti-mt- f J.I.JLI - ifff" " " "" c "'- - 'Li'ii'ca.'taw fJiyrivAm l: fatH m'n :i' n w V EVERYBODY T-- ti '"V THE INTERIOR JOURNAL, .STANFORD. KENTUCKY. FRIDAY. OCTOBER 6. 1911. 1'iiElsiERioR Journal. Established 1872 McKINNEY. Particularly the Ladies. Not only pleawnt and refredung to the tatte, but gently cleansing and sweetening to the syttem, Syrup ol Fig and Elixir of Senna is particularly adapted to ladies and children, and beneficial in all cases in which a wholesome, strengthening and effective laxative should be used. It is perfectly safe at all times and djpcli colds, headaches and the viins caused by indigestion and constipation so promptly and effectively that it is the one perfect family laxative which gives satisfaction to all and is recommended by millions of families who have used it and who have personal knowledge of its excellence. Its wonderful popularity, however, has led unscrupulous dealers to offer imitations which act unsatisfactorily. Therefore, when buying, to get its beneficial effects, always note the full name of the California Fig Syrup Co. Company plainly printed on the front of every package of the genuine Sytup of Figs and Elixir of Senna. For sale by all leading druggists. Price 50 cents pet bottle. Get Ready for the Big Fall Opening on Saturday, Oct. 7th. A SOUVENIR FOR ANY LADY WHO MAKES A PURCHASE. A BIG PUMPKIN SHOW FOR THE MEN WATCH FOR THE BIG BILLS. L LSA1ERS, Crab Orchard Kentucky. Fail Clothing We have received our last shipment and have every thing new to show you in the Cloth- ingjline. Only the best 'z ' mm of "Make" in pure Wool Jiand tailored, tall and take a look before you buy. 1 1 SAN ROBINSON, Stanford, Ky. THE NEW PEORIA-- 4 We sold last year several New Peoria Grain Drills to be thoroughly tested in every way. The new uisc r urrow Opener followed by a shoe enables you to deposit grain in the furrow at a uniform depth. The drills have proven a success and we recommend them. Call and get circulars and become posted. Sn The writer i1cires lo llinnk the correspondent nt lliwtniiville for the iiplnveil in nKinir why HELTON M. SAUFLEY,... Publisher itilcrcxt (here nre not nny new houes Koing up on the lots here. We thank him II A YEAR STRICTLY IN ADVANCE nml ifKinc him the intercut he tnkes eity ii mutually return-c.- l. Entered at tho postofflco at Htw in our little class mall. ford as second .Mr. nml M.r. V. A Coffey enter-tnine- il borne few of their friend on Democratic Ticket. last Sunday at n very sumptuous MeC'roary. For Governor Jnmos U. Those present wore Mrs. For LtouL governor E. J. MrDcnnett dinner.Cockinir, Mrs. S. A. Monlsjom-ei- y J. V. For Treasurer Thos. 8. Hhon. mnl Hurry Jacobs. For Secretary of tnte C. F. Crcce- 11118. We nre hul to nee Dr. T. II. SinFor Attorney General James QarnetL gleton linek nt his post of ilnty nfter Vnr An.litnr II. XI. H.HWnrlli a mention of three weeks. r'or Stnto Superintendent ot Schools y Tlie literary soeietv met Inst Barksdalo llnmlett. nielli ami we hail n rousing p'U'l V. Fc Commissioner Agriculture J. delinte. Nowmnn. For Clerk Court of Appeals It. I Mrs. Alex Moore, of Missouri, is Greene. tisitiin; her mint, Mrs. C. (.'. Smith. V. F. For Knlironid Commissioner Wo nro uliul to Mute Hint nil the Klalr. nml well nie For Circuit JudRO Charles A. Har- Oipthciiu enes there lire no mure new eases in town din. V. II. Slmiiks. S'lnml has eomineneeil uuiiiii with a Fo Kcproscntnthc lame enrollment. Mrs. Xettie Roberts, of Richmond, Within ix mouths the lilind User Iinl., is her fnthcr mid bnth-e- r, 1ms ha lteeii element of this town Slessrs. Dan nml llnrrj- - Jacobs. responsible for Ihc killins of lliroe Khl U. W. Ilrown, of I.ouisille, Two Mores have been ue;rro men. biirplnrized nnd common drunks lire cf the Seventh Day AilventUt drove on WednesbcKiin r.uitc the thitiR. The time has mine day. Kxeryonentinvited. to call n linlf. The official- - in eon-trMiss Ruth Tanner has returned of tho lnv enforcement are either tn.iKitn; n conscientious effort home after a two weeks visit, much ) the delight of her ninny frionds to enforce tfic Inw nnd find themselves unable to do wlint they h.ivo lie re. undertaken, or else the men who Mis Je.ie Brown who is n trnin-e- d nro paid lo enforce the law and pronuise in hospital in lown is tect the town have l:wd down on the Jlrs. V.. J. Tanner this week. loli. The laws nre not enforced; the We are puzled to know just whnt blind tier, the bootlegger, the pis- relation, (icnem is to Ihistoinille, vnrnnt, the house- Can anyone ttll usf tol carrying breaker and the night prowler nre One of tho prettiest receptions of Vote for the the season, painfully manifest. mii Riven bv Mrs. S. M. council-n.e- n Law and Order ticket for Owens nt her country homo Saturand see if things don't change. day afternoon from two until four o'clock, where so many delishtful social functions have taken iilncc. USEFUL Mrs. Owens was assisted in receiving the quests by .Mrs. W. A. MeKinney and .Mrs. L. Howiunn Owens while, Miss ltutl Cocking attractively served fruppe An interesting blnte contest was the feature of the afternoon Mrs. (J. C. Singleton was the fortunate one to receive the first prize, while Mrs. F. M. Ware, won the booby prize. Dainty rel"r.,shii.euts served in a erv charmim: manner.. Amoiii; those pre-ewere Mrs. J. R. Xnve, Mrs. Hopkins, Mrs. Senr-le- s, from llustotiville; Mrs. S. A. , Mrs. Thomas (Jooeb, Mrs. R. S. Sendder. Mrs. J. W. Coek-im- r, Mrs F. M. Ware. Mrs. W. A. Coffey. Mrs. R. II. Metealf, Mrs. Thos. Walker, Mrs. K. J. Tanner, Mrs. (1ms. lWk Mrs. C. C. Singleton Mrs. A. Stroud Gooeh, Mr-. W. A. MeKinney, Miss Alma Hubble nml "What book have you found moat Miss Ruth Cocking. useful T" -Fri-diiCon-ierenol o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o V ... "1 OOOOOOOOOOOOO0O oooopoooooooooo O o o 0-- o- - O , o- - O' o- - o o O o o oooooooooooo o g ao if: i? nUNUK HULL Ur STANFORD SCHOOLS ': o Q For Month of September "if :.: " -. .l t Walk Over Shoes! 0-- & 0-- 0 0- i O O (M4 "A book of Browning's poems. The "White Kings." nt Moiit-ruinerv- Ji v v v v." w ,. v v.J v.1 La: lit. Senior Cln Moirioii Ilnrri- - Colemmi, Willie Mooie. John M. Waters. Sophomore Hubert Carter. Frehni:in. Miuy S. Cook, Sallio M. Craig. Roberta lloltelnw, lie ie Moore, .Miiynie Singleton, Anna D. MeRobert- -, and Mary M Raney. Crude VIII. Maude Anold, Kthel I'raekett, Je e Hoeker, Crude VII.- - Mat-- y Crimes, Nellie W. Hill. Let tie W. .MeKinney, Jean L. a'axtou, Hnrtwell Shanks. Crude VI. Hobart At mild, Kauey K. MeKinney, Frances Kinbry, Annie V. Crnig, Hugh R. Foster, Leonard Dullard, Aliee Tamnie. Crude . Elizabeth Carter, Heath Severance Mary Reek, Rachel Hill, Thelmn Franee-- . John R. MeKinney, (.nrrie Davis Willie 1'epple- -. Onule IV. Sam Craig, Frank Marj II. tordier, Morri- - Jaek-u- u, Carinaii, Janie Hoeker, Sophie Saunders. Crude ML Mary lVtlus Vie Co-- e Smith, Marguerite MeClure. Cuoeh, CathCrude II. erine Itrady, Henry It.iiiulini.in. Crude l.Kddy Ilruee Kaiighman, Katberine llniee, Ailulph Cauieliiseh, Viola F.lmore, F'ranee- - Fi-- h, Ransom Mel tee, Adelaide 1'roetnr, l.elia Kn-n- i'. Hou-t'- n Yeager. l'rimary. Sara Heck, James Annette Wrny. i.t O O ITS A STRONG STATEMENT BUT ITS TRUE AND I AM GOING TO SAY IT. THE WALK-OVER 11 o- - O IS THE BEST TO-DA- Y -- O 0 o 0 0 0 O O O O WORLD $3.50. $4 anil $5. VICI AND CALF AT $3.50. VICI CALF AND PATENT 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 COM- SHOE IN THE TO RETAIL AT 0' 0 OO - o o FORTABLE LAST. 0 ne 0 0 0 O O H. J. McRoberts. Stanford. Ky. 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 .." l'n-tu- ii. -- have a table with one short lee and tha Drowning book Just fits under It" -- W James C. Dahlm.in. "Cowboy"' May or of Omaha. "Throws we 4 vor .Ins. C. Dahliiinii started hi- - career a- - a eowbov, and is at il Mayor of Omaha mid baI Sheriff of the following record. D.iwc- - Co., Xeb., three term- -; Mayor of Chadroii, two teim- -; Democratic National Coiiimitteeiiian, eight years. Mayor of Oniaba, six years mid in 11)10 candidate for governor of NeWriting to Foley & Co., braska. Chicago, lie "I have tal en Foley Kidney Fills and they have g'lM'ii me ji great de.il of relief so I cheerfully recommend them." Yours truly. (Signed.) Jninc- - C. Dahhumi. Shugnrs and Tanner. Mn re-ei- ... yywwvv .,. ... .i ::--0 0 0 000 000 O qS Lariat." NEAL CREEK- - W. H. Higgins. btaniora, Ly. . medicine, would Were n. perfect, which ,. not often be needed, uui wnw come weakened, impaired and broken down ..through. -indiscretions which have (tone on irom mc needed to through countless feneration., .remed.es are aid Nature in correcting our inherited andof otherwise stomach cquired weaknesses. To reach the seat there weakness. and consequent digestive troubles, Discov-is ' .. . n- .! nnMn Medical tfycerio compound, extracted from native medic- err. a For forever forty years with great satisfaction to all users.eat, anal rats-so- ld ,nj. wVaktomach. BiHousness, Liver Complaint, Pain In the Stomach alter -- Heartburn, Bad Breath, Be.chin? of food, Chronic Diarrhea Derangements, the "Uiacovery is a umpii. Remedies are .reNeeded w. !:... li? The denulne has outside wrappe Signature g vWuvwQ Purple has always been considered the royal color. The 111 fated Charles I. was, however, at Ills own desire, crowned In a robe, of white. Although he was seriously reminded that of th two exceptions to tills rule, Itlchard II. and Henry VI., who wore white satin robes at their coronations, both had come to a violent end, one nt Ponte-frac- t castle and one In tho Tower, Charles I. was resolute In his decision, years after-warand when, twenty-threalmost to a day, his body was conveyed to Its grave through a heavy snowstorm the superstitious could not help remarking that the third "white king" had suffered a violent death. St. James' Gazette. e Mrs. Annie Kcttrell is isititu; her bister, Mrs. Alfonzo Durham, at Ludlow. Mr. Jim Green and his daugh- ter, Miss Ruth spent Sunday in Cincinnati. 3Ir. Klbert Terry lias come home for n few days. .Mr. George Kettrell and family me soiii; to move to Ludlow. The people are housiui; Iheir tobae (o. It is better than we thought it would be. sa: Bring Your Prescriptions Here To Be Compounded When . $nr thta nontiCO eor nosirura bj ...W. !( You can't afford to accept """'"J" urgent deier may fcolic, medicine of xnowk conrosmoN, not even thereby make a little bigger profit. Invigorate stomach, liver and Dr. Pierce's Pleasant Pellets regulate and take as candy. tiny granules, easy to bowels. Sugar-coate- WE 'MAKE LOANS On approved security whenever conditions Mi-- s Fviii Terry of Jumbo wa visiting her cousin Miss Annie Ter ry. Viola Reynolds is iniprown; Willi The dentil angel visited the home a eae of typhoid fever. Cf Mr. and Mrs. Jnck Terry and William liutler little sou of Mr. took uwuy sweet Alice. She was Reynolds .is convnl-ii- . siek but tfc'clvo days. It was hard to mid Mrs. T. S. -- iii'll of siekne-- s. .,i,l nft,ir ii give her up. Weep not dear loved ones hhe has crossed over the dark-river to the shining shore. She leaves u father mother four brothers three sisters and a, host of friends to mourn her loss. Dnrling Alice you have left us, Four long days since you have Laxative Sent Free to Try It may be taken for granted that there is no family of any size that goes very long without needing a laxative. If you don't know of a good laxative, or the laxative you arc using is losing its effect, we want to call your attention to Dr. Caldwell's Syrup Pepsin, which thousands of families are using successfully. We have acorea of letters from mothers, and scores from prominent men saying- they are using; It personally and ctrlas- - It to their families, men like Mr. C. K. Smith of the Traffic Clcarlm; Jlouse, I'lne lllun. Ark., and Mr. Qeorso Ii. Turner, a lawyer or Jianan, ivy. inu thousands ot mothera who uso It themselves and Elvo It to their children would tako too much space to mention. The reason they prefer Byrun Pepsin is that It U a mild, gentle laxative-toni- c that doea not Krlpe effective and yet so mild that tables can take It. Its Invleorato tho body tonlo stomach and strengthen the they againand bowdo their el muscles so that work naturally. If you have been n victim ot salts, pills and strong cathartics you will discard them when you once use Byrup repsln. You can buy a fifty cent or one dolbut lar bottle of any druggist, try before It free. doing so you may want to If so, scsid your address to Dr. Calddruggist. gone. Hut I know you are sufe in heaven, Mingling with the happy throng. How we watch to se you coming, How wo wait to' hear you call How we miss you darling lice One we loed so dear to all. We have lost our darling Alice She linn bid us ull ndicu, Sie has jjono.tQjivo in heaven, VvAlnliJier pjfrson is lost to view. your physician lias pre scribed a medicine (or you to take, the next Important Men is to have that prescription placed In tho hands o( a thoroughly reliable and competent pharmacist bo It will be compounded exactly a directed. Wo have gained nn enviable reputation for nlways being very carctul and painstaking In our compounding and feel that. In nil justice to your own good health, you should bring your next prescription here. Here, too, you will find a complete and inviting display of toilet articles, rubber goods, soaps, perfumes, toilet preparations and all standard remedies. For Interior decorating we carry and recommend ALABASTINE, the beautiful wall coaUnf. Call and see samples of tints add ask us about it. PENNY'S DRUG STORE. V IVe Hens..,. , Are v1aT1 t Paying today for Turkeys, Hard Thing to Be 8ure Of. A man Is never Bure a woman loves him till sba tells him so herself, and few guesses cost even then he has ing. Exchange. Btantord, Kentucky. hmtj warrant it Prefer- y MewjMthei;s Hid, ,... 8dLJ; H. B. NorthcotL T. K. Tudor. Mgr. PHONE 153. FALL AND WINTER STYLES. My new lull and winter 6aranles oro now ready for your Inspection, A man or woman ia each locality. To iota lbs Buprams Omiactl ot tMs society and Introduce our Banaflt OrHflcti amors frltnds and aoqualntanoaa. Must Olv b botwean II and 60 yaars ot all or only spas Urn. We pay caab bans-fit- s Injuria, acdasoU and for alcknavs. deatha. Ezperianoa not naooaaarr. Can males from SM.00 to $aM a month and up. protas-sloA plaasant and hicnlr proQUkl E?varr rnambar aoeurad maana a cartaln assure! lnoome tor you svary s month thsroattar. Why not gat Into for yoursalf NOWT No capital aaed. ad. Band for particulars. WANTED at. bust-nes- ence, of course, being given to' our regular depositors1 db that darliii.T how wo loved her Oh, how hard to give her up, Hut nn nngel ennjo down for her, And removed her from our flock. I!er busy hands uro folded Her work on earlh is done. Her tiials nil nro ended Her heavenly crown is won. : UEH ....- FALL CLOTHING J --- State Bank m It " is time you wrere thinking of BOX IA.29J, COVINGTON, KY. M S rjhey comprise the best on the market can suit anyone as to price who had A suit his clotljes mada U order.preferable made to your nieasui? is have them to ready made clothes. To cost any laade to measure doesn't when Quality than more ... . ready made fVm In ana . ...inn is truiuviu. xw in UfcVyi-- measure. a me r J.L.Beazley&Co AND UNDERTAKERS DEAL-EALSO IN FURNITURE, RUGS. THEY WILL FURNITURE EXCHANGE FOR ALL KINDS OP STOCK. MAT-TINGR Trust (o. STANFORD, KESIUCKV. I'ast her suffeiing, past her pain, f'eaeo to weep for tenrs nro mm, (aim the tempest of your breast, For shu who suffers is nt rest. FiUently rho bore her "Niffeiiug Louiig hnuds did nil the could. Hut Cod look liur from our wsiou, As dear Alice thought he would. i your new Fall Clothing. We take pride in inviting you to see our well and he will promptly forward a free sample bottle. Then, being convinced, do as others are doing and buy it In the regular way of your favorite Ju- -t the silent riutr Our in the heavenly land, Where tin re is no pain or purling That "lieves Cod's chosen bund Dr. Caldwell does not feM that the purchase of hla remedy ends his obligation, lie has specialised In stomach, liver and bowel diseases for aver forty years and wilt be pleased to give the reader any 'advice on the subject free of charge. All are welcome to write him. Whether for the medical advice the free sample address mm ur. W 11. Caldwell, m Caldwell buildllig, HODIlGeilt1, a" new T an ouus. TL tire correti r 11 O L i ney in style, perfect in fit and moderate!! in price. ii ' S W. E. Perkins, cTenCcHrd' ""'WIM A-- il iissEfcsiurt- JET3iA 44. IT lib iW a ti'H'm "" " n" THE INTERIOR JOUBMAL, , ttiaawjawiBraaaBraTTWOT'iatai STANFORD, KENTUCKY. MARKSBUMY. FRIDAY. OCTOBER 6. 101 1. Ka STOCK LAW ELECTION. I I if "V ,v M 'r i iff- - KJ KjV. VA & M i'. V - i-- ,' l& V 1. Morrnn were giicst.s of Mrs. Hun Singleton. Mr. Oscar Reynolds Mrs John Simpson who hns been Sliecial lenn Lincoln Countv Court, nnd Mrs. Lucy, Reynolds last week. .held September 5th, 1011, Hon. finite ill for tlio past few days (4 Aunt "Pop- - as g,0 is familmrly Jame 1. Hnilry, Judge, presiding. known is m hPr 8,ith yer ihkI is Hume belter nt tills writing. In the mntter of the petition of i .. . . shll nble lo do light lions werk'. m; wnj. vim, utonuiiu, !io Iiu been the citizens of Crab Orchard Mngis t Some of our pcoplo attended the ooiifliicfl her bi'il for several terinl District nsking for nu elecmonths is improving. bnptizinjr nt Eubank Inst Suncky. tion to bo held on the question of i llcv. n ml Mrs. Mnlinn left Tuesday stock running nt largo l0Mitv Sheriff Hcynohls arrested A I Wo co to Jcllien, Ti'iin.. to bo illmms Hewitt pre .lohii petition sieued bv W. LnmWi P. Snturduy nfter-noo- ii .Infer, August Aht, Kdwin W. int nt an association of which he in and tunied him over to Deputy Wliile, Simon I'etrcy, . I). lloone, Sheriff Williams of Pulaski county. it tni'iiibur. Ho will preach tliu sermon. .Mrs. Mnhnn will W. T. Manuel, F. L. Chandler, J. 0. Kdd Nolan of Danville, wna here I upend thico weeks visiting friend Lhingston. J. IL Liviiurston. Wm. Sunday. Clinndlcr. J. M. I'ctrov. D. Si-- r. nt her oIJ homo before returning. Miss KIsio Singleton who is teach.Mr. Kellcy Wngg, of Letcher .Julius Ilcrgner, A. Kiclbnsn, Nie ing 4it Mt. Moriah was with her partllutz, David Brouehton, l.'harlev county, is here in tlio interest of hi ents here Saturday and Sundy. farm nt this plncc. Uc will return Hummer, Joseph Montng, Henry Wo have .land buyers coming Kidder, constituting 20 votes of tlio in in n few days to engage in (Iiu from nlj parts' of tho earth and real business taking his family Crab Orchard district, wnH this day estnto men too numerous to mention open court, asking a submistiled in Ivith him. ( meets every f rairiMhnt arrives in of the ipiestion whether rattle onr Leo 1'erkins bought of some par-.tie- d sion little town. or any species thereof shall be pernt Danville n horse for SlMO, mitted to run at large on the public J'rbnu Singleton gave a mnsmie-iMd- n ' I ....I.I ....... 1.. Ii mfi. IIIIU nUIII UIIU ill kJlt I'll: .i Iur ?J.0. highway (.mint party at his homo Friday evenand unenclosed lands in My home place of about 260 acres of land, on which is situated the Edge-woo- d Miss Mary Chestnut will Jcuvc the Crab Orchard Magisterial Dis1. ing Everyone present seemed to ennext week to muko u visit to her trict, mid it appearing to the sntis-faetijoy themselves. distillery, a frame dwelling house of 10 rooms, practically new, with all modern 'bister Mrs. Charles lliirdctte, of Knrmers nro busv cutting of (ha court (hn( (he conveniences, including bath and water heating apparatus; all necessary outbuildings Broken A trow, Oklahoma, and to re mowing wheat and mnking sorghum. names who nro signed to snid WAYNESBURG. Edge wood distillery has 103 bushels capacity with in splendid state of repair. The lutives in Texas. Mis Chestnut petition ure legal voters in nid dis.in. unvicic donn5on of Indiana, will return in December. trict, and that same is signed by 20,000 barrel storage capacity and bottling house all complete, also cribs for 3,000 Miss Sullio Qooeh has returned lins rented tlio property of L. O. Oooch knowu as the C. C. Gooeh Mrs. Clarence Holtzcluw, of Cov- 20 voters thereof, nnd that the Jar lroru (lin city barrels of corn. The brands of whisky made by this distillery have a national repuproperty. He will build n houe on ington who camo five weeks uiro to relative to the calling of said elec- date fall and with her line of up-t- o winter millinery. tation. be with lier grandmother, Mrs. Am- - tion has been complied with bv suld Mrs. Nettie Patrick nnd little his fnrm known ns the AV. D. .Tohn-o- n fnrm In a short while. irons, who has been Uilo ill return petitioners, it is therefoio ordered daughter Geneva have 2. The Duddcrar's Mill property containing about 50 acres of land and a water cd home Inst week. that nu election bo held in said dis- their home in liny City, returned to r"ruC,,IeynoIds' lit,le aiWliter, Mich.. and steam grist mill of 50 barrel capacity, which has recently been overhauled and trict nt eueh voting place theicin, A Very enjoynblo event of tlio ii Ilev. Godbey preached nt the Hap gleton S. Reynolds visited Elgie Sinbrick dwelling house at the mill. Inst week. made up to date; also a two-stor- y was. the "Silver Tea" given J,y namely, Crab Orchard Precinct No. tist churWi Saturday and Sunday. Armstrong Todd was here to see the ladies working society at the 1 nnd Crab Orchard Precinct No. 2, Mrs. Polly A. SnmMnn Jus best girl Saturday. 3. ' The John Spoonamorc farm of about 120 acres, containing frame dwelling pursonngo several days uiro. About at the regular November election, daughters, Mrs. Emma Iml! T . . . i T. nnd 'JO guest were present eueh guest 1fHl (to be held on the 7th day of Mrs, hmmii Ilnll and Mrs. .iiiwio- norion, ot Knbnnk and outbuildings. Telithn ciiet of MUs Sarah Smith. is tho leaving u silver ottering. Kcfresh-ir.i'iit- s November, 1011) upon tho followinir (juestion towit: "Are you in favor of were served. 4. The John TrayUr distillery property of 7 acres at Gilbert's Creek station. Mcsdamcs White Mareco nnd Joo making it unlawful for cattle, includThe distillery has a capacity of 36 bushels and a storage capacity of 4,000 barrels. Turner, Ardella Turner are visiting ing usses, mules, sheep, gouts and The John Traylor farm of 198 acres, with frame dwelling and outbuildings. 5. lelnlives in Nicholusvillu and Lex- swine to run nt large on the public highways and unenclosed Innds of ington. the Crab Orchard Magisterial disThis property is all on Dix river, in Lincoln county, Kentucky, and all on the Jit coming from Danville Inst week Mr. Kod Udridgu lost control ol hi-- , trict?" turnpike except the John Traylor property, which is on the county road leadGoshen Tho olllcers of election in each automobile which eumo very neur ing from the Gilbert's Creek station to Dudderar's Mill. precinct of said district nro directjumping tlio cliff into tlio river, by Quartered Oak Dressers $12.50. For further particulars, address the engine suddenly, when ed to open n poll nt tho next November election for the purpose of Mahoqany Finished $13.50. force, tl'o mia-hinwith great tlruck tlio cmbunkmeut on the oppo-Mt- e ascertaining the will of the voters Genuine Quartered Oak Pedestal side of the road, throwing it of said district upon said question, the Dining Tables $12.50. bnck ubout twenty feet. No one in undhave clerk of this court is directed printed on the ballots for the uuto was hurt but considerable to Mich voting place in which the vote Lfbrahy and Parlor Tables, Pedamage was done to tlio car. is to be taken the aucstion nbnrn Mr. J. V. Simpson recently enter- set out. und destals, Bed Room Suits, $17.50 there shall tained nt liis home throe gentlemen lished 20 days befoto nlso bo pub., .. .the election In Cuba and .ur.i. V. Cook, of Lex I... and up. of .... ,w lr ' na lugton. The object of the Cubans , 0 co of sold Carpets Mattings, Ruas, visit to. Kentucky was to buy Druaaets, . '.election, which shall give the date Nice Felt Mattresses. o 8aid eIcc'ion. the o.uestion to b Cotton Tops, A WELL DESERVED TRIBUTE. The Ladies' Working Society will Emitted to the voters of said dis- HANDSOME HOME 8hoei of Snake Skin. Combinations, Cot Pads, Lace Curmcct with Mr,. Lugema Kemper ncAttriet nnd such fuels as innv I,p nn. AT PUBLIC SALE Shos mado of snak tklc are worm Thursday (Danville cessury io give validity to snld act tains. Shades. Pictures. Mouldinqs. bjr many ultra laablonabls EaxlUb .lev. John II. Jones nnd wife wire After Jwo weeks' illness, Lewis, A copj-- . Attest: Q. B. COOPER, Clerk women thin year. III health making it nweu-uifor Trunks, Linoleums and Oil down from Stanford yeslerdny the sou of Mr. und Mr. 70-1- 1 Lincoln County Court. Cloths. me to giw up housekeeping I Jiavu the meeting of the Ladies' '1 llomas ijano died Sunday evening SOUTHERN RAIWAY Full Line of Rockers Missiouniy Society, of this District, nt So'clock. A short bervico held nt decided to sell at dilic nui'tiou on and Dining STOCK LAW ELECTION. Low Lxcursion Ifntes wns held in Saturday, Oct. 7. 191 1, the llnptist iho hon.--o by tho undertaker, Mr. Chairs. v, t'hurch. Klder Jones was bom nnd fJnmcs I'euzley. alter which tho lit Sunday. -- October 8th -- Sunday . promptly at 10:.I0 oYlocl, my rei Special term Lincoln County Court, llct m ecu Louisville, Lexington, rou ted in the v.ist of this county, tle bodv was laid to le.st in the Iui- Ilu- I'Mieo situated on Man. ln.-e-l, nciu September 7th. 11)11, Hon. is u ginilunte of Ceiilnil lniver..itv c lister cemetery. Danville, Lawrenco-Iriri- r. (leorpeloun, toiiville, Mluateil v. itlu.i xiiuures James P. Hailey, Judge, presiding. The sale of Kelley Hogg which liumnlsbiirv. SliclbviiH,. nn.l Ho married Miss Lilhe Sliannon. ono of the best graded school in the Hie petition of W. II. Traylor nnd of tho youiitf ladies btale. This "is one of the most de- - Versailles nnd intermediate sta- county, 'finct years ince. He in this look place on last Saturday after- others was this day filed in open u few is now noon brought the following prices: - tions in each direction. hiiflbln homes in the town, containcourt, and is now noted of record. between Lexington, Dumillc, pastor of the ilaptist Church nt Horses JU to IJj; milch cows ?20 praying- for n acres jut about three und one-hasubmission of the Stanford, nnd doinv n good work.. . v' .. vitiii- - niifi viiffkj uiiuari with a nice cottage of seven largo ficorgelown and Louisville for the The church membership oa whether cattle generally lo n ., i nu Z ....rri..V. 7! is increas-, I I "liekct. limited to return m o.w.,,1. ,:, Voomu, front und bark porches, u lound-tri- t, lnl i, ,.! to ran ni large " ing nud every . (I,. ' splendid cislerii, new meat house on dale of sale. Proportionately low condition. The department In fine dred. Tho farm consisting of i.i:.. ! i writer lias known acres was rented to Clayton Mar&ee " mt imuiii; iiiKiiways nnu linen- between Intermediate stations. purling room, new poultry intes ; .nnd oi Consult any Southern Itiiiltvuy him for years, and knows that ho lor $518. getting immediate posses iiuseii iiiiuisNo. 1 stnnlonl Magister. Jiuiuo and splendid new b.iru in ial District of Lincoln county, deserves more good things said of sion of the place. Vict; all t lit outbuildings arc ctnn Agent or write, Kentucky; it nppenrmg from J.iui than we could write in rnunv l.Min-f,.- n. HustonvillV, K'v The two year old child of Mr. and sideration of said petition u conmodern. The H.C. KinU. CTA ne and Sej)tl20, I9u. imrntivelv days. We expect him to gain in that it Mrs. Luther lluy was drowned iu n has been signed by more Uuisville, Ky. place has never failing water, and A.R.Cook. DPA. J.C. Beaill,Jr.,AGPA, St. Louis, Mo. power nnd do more in the 'Master's pool of water near the home u few legnl voters who reside than twenty liiw two nice gruM lots. in nnd nro cnutc. MrvR.M. Newland, Agent, days ago. When (he child fell into electors in said Stanford MagisterWill also sell my household nud the water, the boy who was playing ial District Vo. I: that at the time kitchen furniture, consisting of two Stanford, Ky. Th Ideal Woman. FOR SALE! with him oil the bank ran away and the petition wns tiled the petitioners nioo bedroom .c(, with lare quan' Our Ideal of what women ought to hid until the bady of the child had Dear Sir tity of bedding, set of nice dining A deposited with the countv court a fe la changing with dizzy rapidity. been found nnd rescued, which was sum of money .sufficient in - of fine blue grass loom chairs, liaudsnmu sideboard, Sialy-ou- c iud-j-the .icreEnsllahwomau. about noon. otirpotx, rugs, tnbles. rockers, niciit of the court, to defrnv tho ex land that has. not been plowed for I beg to'acknoHrretfire ror-A- f new range and oil Btov:-- ; Mr. Preston, of the Hr.vantville penses of nid election; that bv an years except 8 nerc. This land of draft of the Henry Clay Flre iaurapce .Co. , nil kitchen utensils, several cts of PUBLIC SALE teetiou, vot into a row with two ne- order of the Fiseul Court of 'Linin ImrurrtM, litvak cart, pony cart, will grow fine tobacco, hemp nnd nl- gro men on last Sunday evening, at coln county now iu force, the magis- settlement of the loss I sustained on Sept'. 13th The FARMriTOCK AND CROPS splendid phaeton buggy, good as new I falfa; hits small dwelling; plenty of While Oak, it negro church. Thev terial district is fixed ns the unit iu nua other articles too numerous to' locusts for posts, and fine wood, on riddled the body of Mr. Preston, who stieli elections in Lincoln county; amount paid by your esteemed company ae the exact amount Wednesday. October llth. 1911. . Is wt. only lived It few hours. All of that it is more than CO das until inrmion. Wiilrnff. Til I.m.l !u n 1.0 I will .ell my farm of 203 acres the men Mere drinking. Terms Hsy nud made known on utiles from Stanford oil (be Ottcn-bcithe nest regular election to be held Imade,claiafor, without any discount whatever, r, in excellent neighborhood, two miles Mis. .Elizu Aldridge has been nt iu suid district, the court is of the heartily approve ditf of sale. pike, clone to hcmooI. their methods of adusWerji- ,ahd cheerMiullt of Danville, Ilo'le county, Ky., the bedside of her grandson Guy opinion nud oiders and adjudges D. S. Carpenter. 7Md Will sell on coSvtTins. one ot (lie lie- -t towns inllio htulc. Wudkius, near Laucu:cr, for the that the petitioners an- - intitlil t, 7RA W. F. Dlstlfttt, xy(r?BmBnajxne company to the insuring public when ure located Central I'niven-itpast two weeks who is ill of typhoid have the prayer of tho netitinn PUBLIC SALE! Stanford. Kv. and Caldwell College, two noted col- fever. j.iiintcu, which is done, and un elecHaving decided to quit farming I Very truly yours. leges; also other good schools nud tion is hereby ordered to be held will offer fur sale to the highest und NE.JS f'LY on the 7th day of November, 1911, diuretic. The fnrm is in high statu GREAT CAMPAIGN OFFER. bet bidder on of cultivation as crops will show. SUN 5H0tO the regular election day, in the foutSaturday, Oct. 7th 1911. About 73 acres in cultivation, balrrungements have been com voting precincts of Stanford MagisThe following property consisting of ance in meadow und blue grass. Wit- pleted whereby we nro enabled to terial District No. 1. of Lincoln 80 acres of lund with good cottagt , LINCOLN COUNTY AGENTS ' with 4 ter iu every field during drouth. A rooms and two porches and offer the daily Courier-'Joimuntil county, Kentucky, for the purpose pxd stock farm. of ascertaining tho will of flu, vn. Newland. Stanford KV good barn nnd other outbuildings, . Will sell about 2 JO acres with im- December 30, 1911 nnd THE INera of said district upon the ntutoMTilisy nnd also arming implements' consist- TERIOR JOURNAL one full year for lion whillii- - p ii.. i ,.. ,..: i. ques Ky R.H. Metcalfe, . provements then remaining unim.... ' ittjt of plows one, buggy one good McKinney, Ky. proved, then as a whole, taking the only $1.80. Tho regulnr prico of tie generally to run nt largo on the tpring wagon and oilier fanning tools Lest bid. Improvements consist of the Courier Journal is 50 cents u public hishwavu nmi ,in...i..i.n.i loo, numerous to mention. This farm ono and a lialf story briek house month. This is a remarkablo offer, lunds of Stanford magisterial '" ' is, located 11-- 4 miles from Highland. d "i with seven rooms, cellar und parch- the sooner you send iu your or- - trjet No. 1 of Lincoln county, Ken-dam bibibibbibibibibibibibibibH Terms, one half down nud balance !nt-- s cs; .tock ami tobacco barns the longer you will get tho Conr- - uckyund for tho purpose of hold- tin one and two years with Hen re- nud other necessary buildings. lectioti the olTicers of elee ier Journal. Tha political campaign '!' tm-huucii on iuiiu lor aiuiuc purcnubu Also will Mil 'JO pure bred nnd Is on, keep posti by rendipj the I. money. .IAS. A. KING. 73-t- f. J mm ,.Ior ""' uugisterjnl district FOR SUMMER DRIVINQ legistcred Short Horn and Tolled vTjuivi.-iviu open a )ku oil tne be sent to tho orders tte coffltort ot both honea.ud tfiv liurhnm cattle, consisting of 4 bull All Journal must to the Courier Inter date ubove. named in each of the FOR SALE! ior not Jour four voting pmtincts My home containing embraeed in acres and r aHould b specially conalderetf by calves, one herd bull, grandson of nal. buid mngisterinl district, mmijui; a vfoper outfit ot Up rob. a 9iu,H)0 bull, remainder cows nnd iinnwlv 15 polen of laud, 4 nnles'ffejtu of Stuifoid voting pcefiiK-ttttXus1, ,, lAilfiiKor 4 miles oust, of SUnfard. titoitota, fly nets and other neceaitmrl heifers. Good practical kind for BASE BALL EXCURSION a and 1. The clerk of the Linn.il.i frbai our complete aasortmeat of milk nnd beef. otr'lhx Rier. at ,tlie forks of tfck o Jennets, 3 young Jack. AH high SUNDAY. OCTOBER 8TH county court is directed to cause jo roafl, leading from the Dudderar" boraa gooda. .Here- - are Llgbt, but be printed on the ballots to be used If vw' want b Mill to Gilbert's Creek station, sioru ttroB and durable, ilnglo and doubl bred and having blood of Kuieror r(k The Queen & Crescent Route will in this election the question "Are. nnd post office, which is one mile baraeaa, admirably suited to road pur- - Tom Keene nnd Joe Hlnckbtim; good twtl; 1 pair mules, 4 horses. 7.1 ewes operate un excursion to Cinciimnti rmc irm ywr vwxe. He will in nour ii maiing it unlawful Pleuty of fruit, good cistern, good poaaa, along with a hill line of work ubout 00 hogs and shunts. AH farm-i- n on Sunday, October 8th. .Special lor enttlo irenernlly to run nt large thane yu oiriy 70 CENTS FOR A bnm and und dwelling and all karuesa of the beat, quality at flat ginmlements, consoling of Wag- Irnin vill leave Junction City ut J:."0 on tne public lugliwuyH and unenclos- Address Prof. J. Dnt-hoprice. can live a whtto we ons. Manure Spreader, Drill, Har- i. M. Iiu round tnii fare will be fit luiiils or Stanford Magisterial 70.8. r Immt sa t; Gilbert'a Creek Ky. Ibise hall game, Ciiiciunuti ditsrict No. 1 of Lincoln countv, ', m hew I me It cest'lThWe II yw Stanford. Ky. rows. Plows, etc, Sonio household $1.50. i C. McCLARY. . At, r - FARM FOR SALE! 1... goods, about 500 shocks of Com in vs. hi, Louis. In connection with i shock, some Out., 8 AQ acres of this game, there will be u field dny mm's fltur.FYOU. CAMT iEAT IT. We will eel pmtueiy a firm ol .Notice of this election must be I MO acres ta Ltnron county, iu'barn. Pure bred I'lyin-out- h nt the ball park between members publisUed twenty days before hand Tobacco about to be ujllo from Crab Orch- ' t Ky., Hock chivken. . of the St. Louis and Cincinnati teams in the Stanford Interior Journal, the STRICTLY .FIMTCLASS. nicely located, mostlr bottom WtaralBBealUoa'todoallklBdi of aea. ard, Kverythtng s'ejls, regardless of fungi hitting, circling the bases oniy .ii.l. H.ui....k. w..b m. u..... On sale in "every qrecery store In " published in Liiitiuu ntw nuik. a.viMllM load, very productive. Kvery acre iniMfi wet, wt oau auy toiag (root a as. i nud m Stanfarri; aiHllh maisflty of the - ahundaneA ol stock water houndo to If BO W(. w HI aarrt price, lorms liberal on both furm contest, ucctimto throwing contest county, which notice must appear In .iimiiii mptljr aad guaranUii1. and' personnlty. Will show pros. by pitchers, long distance throwing nt least four isiie of said newa- stores In the county. 1ZT .. nnu IJLi.w irifinlMl tn mm nnd fO". OTi'vn,... wrraaaamaMriai. uaiiaaagat oorprte pectTve buyers farm ut 'any time. bontest nnd other Held sports. $200 Ier. This election sliull be held by, - f I prass. Good tenant house of thre btlo'ayoa buy your material ft lut. i. .' ? : t J.H.BAU6HHAII4'cb. I will to ... roorag o larai. lerma rcwiiau.F unu HIlL.lL.IPS' BgsVOA.. Dinner for all.G0SE. Danville, Ky. in cash prucs these be awardedAsk the un iii3 iiirnui cuuipareu iiuiq-ne- r, -- SUHfpfd.. R. L. v Applr at once to, the winners of 1 result uunouueed in the contchls. m( T- - D. English, Auctioneer, Manfarrf, KMHMky ticket ngvnt for jmrliculars. R. H. Uroaaugs, Agent. at llie time, and by the persofci. I , - SALE OF Distilleries I And Farms intro-iliicto- ry offer for sale privately the following property: mor-ounti- le J . on V authorized to hold elections nnd compare the pollsThnd declare the reMillH in elections jhefd for eoiinty, olllcers, nnd the result thereof shall bo spread upon the records of this court nt its next regular term after the result is declared. The elerk of tlio Lincoln county court, the sheriff of Lincoln county, and the- olliccrs of election In the ccveinl voting prccinctn embraced in Stanford Magisterial District No. 1 of Lincoln countv. KrnlimLv km directed to do ami perform nil of ine respective tin hes renn rnl nf Ihem by tho Inws of this common-nealt- h in advertising nnd conduct. ing snnl election, in the preparation and preservation of tho ballots and in ranvnssing nnd certifying the lt of the vote, nnd it is directed uini sat.t election to he held in nil as required by Inw governing such elections nnd the general election law in so fnr ns it npplics to this character of elections. A copy Attest: . H. COOPEIl, Clerk iil-- it Lincoln County Court. re-"ujc-peels per-?on- .. sen-mi- ni Genuine - R. F. D. 4, rj W. H. Traylor, Mes-cnger.) Stanford, Ky. ,, ,.. j W. A. Tribble, Stanford. This Letter Explains. Itself. y., lf ,. ,,., ;?::.:. ,. ,.-- ,. S. :- yvr- .. Jt - ly full m -- W, - y J.J.Allen. RM. wui ,.,.,,.. f. mcrs, ,. "dis-nn- er 'MlmmmmWKm s EAT . b 'LAt mt ju ti, X CONCRETING bi. li) ftfri-oU- HMh-w- one-hal- new-iptipe- r . Tr-- ummtmtm j'l '. .ln I) 7<tSE3rtG?m ff?Tfff - ifc'MHH wf ii jjjggm'irrt iT tl THEjaiTIltlOil JOURNAL, STANFORD. KENTUCKY. FRIDAY. OCTORER t. Ill I. FARE. CHECK YOUR IAIGA6E If We Gave You Free TEMPERANCE COLUMN WE REFUND YOUR RAILROAD We'd Give You A 51 A Silk Petticoat You would get, no more thin you do This epaco is reserved for the Temperance. Committee of Lincoln County. WHO WANT SALOONS IN LINCOLN Reyal Wrfcwiw 'Whether Yeti Purchase Or Hut. On the Threshold of the Trots And The Coming Fall Season eP e S w w COUNTY? The following statistics show who it is thnt nre nsking that the saloon with nil its horrors be brought back to Stanford. These Hgures furnish food for thought. They show who arc iti the lead in this movement and whom tho people who advocate tho restoration of the saloon nre following. when we sell you a swell NEW YORK MADE SUIT srfkieit " 4 eV w , : ' r ' f: TWA , i IMi Take, for example, the three votsaritg to fcty tfcis Mcessary silk gameit. ing precincts which include Stun-lorAt a known ns Nos. 1, 2, and 3. Tho that will - petitions filed with the County Judge ecHWsicdiisA ctreM irom these thrco precinctH contain quathe nnmes of 172 whito men, 189 colik this. euMes ored and 134 whoso race is uness known. These wbitn mill colored all waal serge swtat $11.75, the laU that ttk-e- r petitioners pnid tuxes this year is amounting to only $1,003.41). Tho taxable property of these threo pre as cincts is approximately $3,000,000, stares get $15 far. We have kmlrea's af exclusive of the banks, whose capital and surplifJ are $29i),000, and faaa,Yaiaesipta$35. w M mmCV nsM'ssablc. The tnxe4 of these three precincts nre mora thnn $33,000. So that tho petitioners referred to repcent more resent less than of the taxable property of these prei'hicts. A number ut reputable voters have asked that their names be withdrawn, claiming in many cases that they signed under mirepresenttion them. and misunderstanding ns to the object of the petitions. It is elear that it is not .tho men who bear Unburdens of taxation that are asking for saloons in Stanford. It is not the men .whose tnxts maintain the Notice! Poultry white nnd colored tchools, who support the ehurehex, who build tho street" and sidewalks, who pay the judges and jurors and who build the residences and public buildings that CURES adorn nnd beautify the town. They blue-grey- s, Roup. Canker. Cholera. Gaoes. Limbenieck. nre not the men who do the business of the country, who buy tho Diarrhoea and all Diseases of Poultry grain and stock, who curry on the to rwn Md tkUlll ik. bat Mia K.S. Bri. huhm, Kr mnT. l fcw. wd Rp 1 . mwlli commerce of the town l mikIj ida. ltcrwlM.adlMlbmKkrilh.fil. drawai dowalh.baitJann "Oh Aw of Rdp WilCooM.Bdnra.Kr..Mni Tho law wisely provide that a imrf. ii.U bat prmaiinl CBKMUbttMWorBudKhm.IlM chick InHulf. man who has signed one of thep Mif.atWlmMtkrJ. MCCrwM.bnMwra.Kr. rriceMcatallftrwjgifts. petitions in an untbougbted moPENNYrDRUG' STORE ment, perhaps without realizing jus what he was doing, may withdraw tyVt-VyVV yayayVt bis name, upon mature deliberation. s Men nre often swept into things on hurriedly, without lefleetion, who nfterward see their mistake and are glad to correct their errors when thev have a chnnco to do so. DUTY to our departed ones is plain. We OUR It is n very serious thing for n man to nid in any way a thing should erect an appropriate MEMORIAL over INCORPORATED. thnt it wrong. Everybody admits their final resting place. HOME OF GOOD CLOTHING FOR MEN AND BOYS. the evil of the saloon. Nobody even pretends thnt tho saloon is a L'ood A monument is not expensive unless you care thing. The saloon hat no ilcfnders. to have it so. The only excuse tnndo for it is thut Our work is unsurpassed and considering qualit is a lesser evil, nnd this is not true He it remembered that the men ity, is very cheap. We have a large stock to sewho sign the petitions for an elecSTOCK LAW ELECTION. FRUIT AND SHADE TREES. four issues of the Stnnford Interior lect from. tion nre the people who will be reJournal, a notice of tho said elecnil the ovil that the sponsible for saloons will produce. They will be Itegulur term Lincoln Cuiintv Court, tion, which shall give the date of question to be sub- Shrubs, Asparagus, lthubarb. Peoniresponsible for every drunken deheld August 14th, 1911, Hon. Jus. said election, the mm ww M.M.M. ,jl rt r hi mitted to tho votors of said district, es, Hoses, Pblor, etc. Everything bauch, for every quarrel, eveiy 1". Itnilvy, Judge, presiding. and such fnets as may be uet'csnry for orchard, lawn nnd garden. No Lexington, Ky. 5 brawl, every murder, overv crime i42 N. Broadwav. In the matter of the petition of to give validitv to said act. that will be committed under the Agents. Our prices may interest MagWaynesburg Copy. Attest: G. It. COOI'Klt. Aayaxaya,-yay,-eminfluence of the liquors sold out the citizens of the isterial district, asking for an elec- 79-- 4 Lincoln County Court. j on. Free Catalogue. Clerk those bars, because they and they tion to be held on the question of H. F. Hlllenmeyer & Sons. alone have mnde it possible for large: They nre not re- stock running at to exi-.t- . Icxington, Ky. Life's Rttponilbllltlts. sponsible for the evil that the blind A petition signed by C. M. ThompThe man called to a great work lui not son, Morris Wall. S. H. Chevilett, G. must not waite hit Ufa In trlrlal tiger does, because tney STANFORD, KENTCJKY 'irinir it into existence, but jhey are A. Walter, Maurice Singleton, "A". 0. things. He mutt not act like the Haggard, V. Waters, W. D. John- keeper of the lighthouse who gave to the fathers of tho saloon fhe faco of eery brokvn-tieait- son. J. A. Singleton. J. A. Hart, J. the people In the cabins abou htm a It. McKce, 0. II. Cannon. J. W. the oil which was Intended far the ed mother, whose son is made drunkard in these saloons will haunt Thompson, George Williams, K. W. mighty lanterns of the tea. Maetertho men who signed thoq petitions. .May, Win. Morgan, Kichard Mayrard linck. Thev btand related to the saloons Wash Spaw, II. W. Waddle. II. It. thatmay be opened in Stanford us Denton. J. It. Ulevcns. It. Y. Ilnl- the signers of the Declaration of In lurd, Setb Heynolds, Kill tjpradlm IN MEM0RIAM dependence do to our liberties. With- and A. 15. Morgan, and constituting out these brave men wo could have more than 20 voters of the WaynesMi Mecia Horton is dend nnd her no free goiernment; without there burg magisterial district, was this friends very deeply mourn her 'oss. petitioners wc cun linvo no saloons. day tiled in oen court, asking a Men, ns you love you- - home, as of tho question whether cut- - Deceased vnw only 21 years of age TO-DA- Y. vou love vour neighbor, js you loe lie, or any species thereat sliall be and a duughter of Mr. and Mrs. ti, DONT BE TOO dENEROUS. your countiv, go and undo the great permitted to run at large on the W. Hortpu.nf "Eubanks. She wex a crime vou have committed against public highways und unenclosed most beautiful young woman and well liked by all who knew her. Much with the ceaeaL time, etc., you get kill the'.', by withdrawing your name lands of the Waynesburg Magisterfrom us. KeBMcaber mat all our butld a ice, Hind thereby reclaim your elf-rial districf, nnd it uppearing to the sympathy is felt for tho bereaved log materials are muck stronger than MR. FARMER: Make your home modem for your family uiJnnrr, sad rise yourself lo a position to get the latest market quotations spe-.-- t and the respect t nil mankind. satisfaction of the court that the parents over the loss of their daugh- the ordinary aid you can therefore telephone service persons whose names uru signed to ter. She is survived by her parents, use less thai ordinary quantities. IX at say time. This can he accomplished by means of oursmall compared with fou like we'll tell you Just now to said petition are legal voters in three sisters and four brothers. Cee Aavlee far Preachtr. which you aad your aeighbnrs can get for a sum that is mix them to get the beet at saruu is signeeaeile received, .tail or address our nearest office or write direct to Amor.s ths stories related by its said district, and thatvoters thereof, One precious to their heurt is gone, tbe' least cost. Oecae Is and results the aak us. late Rev. Or. A. F Pisrson was one of ed by more than 20 Nashville, TnB., for information regarding our special .Msdauarters, marble-cutte- r, The voice they loved In still; with chisel and ham- und thut the law relative to the callKy. i. rate. If you are ant at present enjoying telephone service, we a working a block of stone Into a ing of suid election hu been com- A place is vacant in their home, immediately interest you. Our lines cover the States of Kentucky, mer, eaa Which no one else enn fill. statue. A preacher who was lookias plied with by said petitioners, it is HENRY L CASEY. D. V. S. Tmmsm. Mieaiesippi. Louisiana and tLe Southern portionA of Indiana and on said: "I wish I could, on hearts therefore ordered thnt an flection EA8T TENNE88EF. TEL. TEL. CO. DKaetaT transforming be held in said district at each vot- The golden gates were opened wide, Vattwtman'i'am. of stone, deal such (tWOOFOATP blows I " "Perhaps you might." was ing phieo therein, namely, Wanes-bur- g A gentle voice said "come," Formsr Director Animal Industry the workman's quiet answer. "It, like I'recinct No. 1, Waynesburg And the angels on the other side, Philippine Islands- me, you worked oa your knees." Welcomed their durling home. 2, Waynesburg rrecima i Freciiut No. Units Stutes Army EXCURSION elecSPtClAL No. 3, ut the regulur November Office LOQAN'S STABLE, Ffcoa 431; MISSIONARY MEETING tion, 1011 (to be held on the 7th day Earth has lost ita look of gladness, Heaven seems to us more bright, Agent America Hog uaolera Serum. There will be a meeting of mis of November, 10ll)upon the folj sionary delegates from nil the Wo- - lowing question, towit: "Are you in Since the spirit of our loved one, DANVILLE. KV. Took its happy homeward flight. mans' .Missionary Docieues in mo fuvor of making it unlawful for catmules, Danville district, including the towns tle, including, horsc9, usses, of Middlesboro, I'ineville, London, sheep, gouts und swine to run at Mcie is gone but not forgotten, Never will her memory fade; Corhiu, Morelnnd, Hurgin, Danville, large on the public highways nnd Ilarrodshurg, RiehraonJ, Wilmore, unenclosed lands of the Wnynesbu'rjr Sweet thoughts will ever linger. Around the grave whetv she is laid Mch'endree, Church, Hebron church, Magisterial district T MHS. JOHN T. IIOHTON. MitchhelUhurg. Perryvillo, ilurnsidc, The omVers of election in each Somerset, Knst Demstudt, Stanford, precinct of said district are directThis ed to open u poll ut the next NovemMt. Olivet. Somerset circuit. Incised wssjads of the beart are m ber election for the purpose of asmeeting will convene October neginulng Tuesday nights ut the certaining the will of the voters of longer beyoad the reaea of surgteel I' ' J f Methodist church in Stanford. The saldjlistrict upon suid question, and se4eaee. ,It, aeeaaa almost a cry baek SKCIAL TWAIN , COUri IS mrrvicu n . " wynatw w li"H mw session will be interesting and in, tlie ClerK Ol IlllS .L- -- .. I 1 uuiioia lur cui-- aarety. ssere thai twenty years age, tpiring und all are invited to at- nave priuieu on ine 1.. precinct in which the vote is to be vkea the WSCeaUea of htert surgery tend. Other denominational UNDERTAKER AN B)MSALMER Societies nre cordially invit- - taken the question above set out. veriM ba? bssWmas'rted 'ifasaiY At TICKET AGCNTS fOft fAIITICUkAM. nnd there shall also be published 20 oal .KTANFOIIB. - KY id. See program next week, OMee) Tsaaa let. MaaM rseae SS Mrs. J. J. Dickey, Conf. Cor. Heo. days before the election Tu at least d, WE Ink cttmcc yn ttr WISH to empkasize the of Kelsington System Young Men As Well As mtlUs air ist Jut tie k$tcef & qullj Clothing to every man who seeks lity in personal attire at a Moderate cost. If we supply your clothing for Fall SEVERANCE & SON Stanford, Ky. m Raisers V"Airl7 Jr 4-- 1 !.. then you'll know that you are fashionJ ably attired and that you have not paid one than the outfit is worth. Good dressers come to us for style and we've never disappointed Our clothes are made according to our own specifications that means that they are right Plenty ot styles but only a few suits of each. You'll not meet yourself at every corner. American models, English models; Oxford greys, browns, tans and blues. They're hereat $15 up and every garment worth the price asked. Boys and Children The Older Boys. HAVE FOUND THUS TO IE KENTUCKY'S GREATEST HAT STORE. OUR LINE OF STETSON'S different styles) ECLIPSE ALL FORMER EFFORTS OF THIS DEPART(Twenly-llv- e MENT. "YOU KNOW GOOD" ANY WE MAKE HATS THAT BEEN MADE BAD. r MONUMENTS Department First Floor J GRAVES, COX & COMPANY, LEXINGTON, KENTUCKY. PROFESSIONAL AND USINC89 CARDS X7tn s 5 A Aimnr Rt. Snn. i B. D. CARTER LIVERY AND FEED STABLE STANFORD, KY. FIRST NATIONAL BANK, ns STRONG- And Seeking Your Bank Account. CAPITAL $50,000. SURPLUS $25,000 PROGRESSIVE ACCOMMODATING 5,,ra" fH0Inrllnl b. prMnt. ". Hli?! M.iulwriofaliUrlodK.iaf'o .n r. A. M. will in.,,.,lSa communication on aok rtr.t mnl awl thlrtl Monilar nlhn of.aab uioatb. Lincoln Lodit. No. So. MASONS' MEETING. alogtoa Bee. to ly Opei an Account With us MACCABEES. A. C. Ulae, Deputy State Commander BUBetrd. Ky, STANFORD TENT NS. T. aa : Meaday -- : Night : Meet W. W. BURSIN mmmast. 9Mn at ReeWene. CRAB ORCHARBv UrAL TCLEfHONeS. u u "V e- BR. T. W. FENNINSTON entlst Heurs I:S4-1A.M. aad 1 U 4:H mt Myeee laeaa. fhMe Etialerd rM Kr Z "Far-mw'LiB- e" a mm, m, Livery; all Made ef hauling. Fur. nlture Backing. SWerd, Ky. Fheae ITS. WILL ADAMS J. S? pairs bottom F. D. Hteeabergen, sells, builds, 'reand adjusts scales at rock prlcea. See bin for price Stanford, K n'VH buy' D. NO. 1. ' jUu.t OfNCIHMATI AND RITURN Sunday, Oettbw." 8 DR, Wj N. CRAla, OflTOT i TwT SiaUaSBaSlgl n. j tJELS? TbT ? J. C. McClary LAN, TIME TXBLB , JOS. No.M,aeath,iitMr.M. Mo.a,sata,WiMAM. Ma.M, trth,iia. . No. t. North. : r. H. No. tr, a. M, No.M,t!or.M. l:i . RICE, Agrant. fe 17-1- 8. W. S. Dry. UNDERTAKERand Ctv . Lmvds Junction City 5:16 a.m. ... ..I. nt EMBALMERS HiMtenvllle, Ky; Teieahena In Office Mis-tiona- JBHN SOOK Veterinary Surgeest and deMlee. taeUHet en ail hers aad aaleaal disease. Siinferd, Ky. Fwene IN a,dT!8ai- - 1'Xav.wB.JI w'wttomlkijte&mtt 'fhi,m,irmiu HjSii'qll-vj- d m " m-- " mm) Uj- 1- " 'jjj THE INTERIOR JOURNAL, SOCIAL t STANFORD. KENTUCKY TRIDAY. OCTOBER 6. 1911. and PERSONAL - Some 0! The Advantages . - OF BUYING week Mm, Snllio It. Sauflcy led Tin-(In In hpinil a month wild her iIiuikIi ter Mm. T. S. Webb m Kiioxvillo, - I'nslnuistcr, '. (.'. Flon-iiie- , nl lendnl the int'cliii)! nf llii' Tlnrtl III 1'inlliiilMcrs nl l.oltlv llle llus Tennessee Hev. Will Hopper, pastor iptlt of the Huni-nl- e AT HOME I folks tins week. Miss fumim Filn-JjMU'st r n'crnl church ilnyn til with the Iioiik Woods We bring right to your door the lat- est creations of the New York designers. You can take your time to look and don't have to rush and repent afterward You can take the article home, exam- ol hrr sister, Mrs. (Imvtr '. ;ndernn lit Ml. Slrrlinjr. Carroll I.. DmliliTiir, who if n (harp- of u lnrjro trnlninc Mhlf of l'is oviii nt MielhyviHe, onlcrs Iih I. J., ,iit lo In tn Ihcro. Mis F.slill WalLrr. of Piiinl l.iek, linn the miost of Mi iKniu lor several dnvs. Mi"1 Piiiinif Kpurkv imsM'.l JU-ll- is the RoVal Baking ABSOLUTELY PURE Foley's Kidney Remedy vs a Hope QUEEN less Case. lion Ark. J. II, Fnemnn siid: "I 'hud a M'Vcrc cnno oT kiilnev trouble I'lnl could not work uml m ,1 1 'scrnied hopck'i. One Inr:c hottlo nt I'iiIpv'" Kidney Ifwnedv cured mo I I Imvc never been bothered since. , '"! I nlwnvs lecommend it. Shupars and I (inner. In I OF PRAISES r ACTRESSES PE-RU-- M. Powder home-bake- d ooother Makes delicious Ihionirli hen- lo - inn, from Louisville nlii'ip she I h,r homo nt .Mt. ci !in foods of maximum quality at minimum cost. ilv, Oklalioina. formerly n promi Lincoln farmer, wrilcs: ''f am lor.v jjlml you cnniiiiup sendinj; me our pnper, as it h too lale now for me to ipiit reiulim: it, nlthousrh the names are not as familiar to mo Lis they use to be. r.itli.-- r think Hint I am om of the , ,l0,t snl,ciib iirs, as I have been lakiinr tins pa ever Miirr the dnvs of JMI l.cr ami the .Stanford Itamipr." n iie'ulri;j Ids subsorintion for jivr, J. K. Carson, of Pnnrn lent I !r ),, Miss mLWLLLLLW Julia Mii '. ' ',iL&jj&LLL Marlowe am glad to write my endorsement of the great remedy, Peruna. I do so most heartily." Julia Marlowe. Any remedy tlit benonta digestion trenRtbcnn tho nerves. The ncrvo centers reqnlro nutrition, If tho digestion Is Impaired, tho nervo co n tor become- anemic, and nervous dobitlty Is tho result. 1 s j&r ine it critically and if not right, return it. We sell you at a much lower price than other stores and your saving is fitli-nili- iniikiiiK n dclMilful vi-- it to frmniN.. Miss Kntc Wnlcra nlio 1ms heui i illi lnr iiiiiiI, Mrs. Spink nt Coirs liirjr ri'liiriinl home WVdiic-dii- v She I .'- I- Keen suffering Hevcrelv with im I iimualorv rheumatism lint 11 con improved 1,. M.'Kr-litu- i' firmer niiil ol i itnn i;lin tn. Ala., were culled hue ii Makes home baking a pleasure The only Baking Powder made from Royal Grape Cream of Tartar No Alum No Lima l. fn .wired Hint ilun: Onl- - .ril the iliatlt of McKi-flmif. lip All'S I'l.llV IfcVlloIlls llllH lhv fnther. I'.il of I'liitlitml Ortv1.11 uas unable to tinm llCOII visMr-Joh- Phosphates I will sell at auction In front nf the Mr. J. II. Harris, of tho Wajncs-bur- -: court house yard Monday at 10:30 section, has five sons in tho p clock A M a lot of dressers, mat. S. cnviilrv service. Two are ta tresses, bedsteads, wash stands, and oilier household aoods, all qood as tinned in the I'lullipmcs, and one is in the Pacific O can returning hoino new. John D. Horton. lor a visit while two are on their wav Services al Hie Ilaptisf ihureh lo Iowa to their eonijwiincs, n'lir u .'uiidav mornim; and eveniusr. Sub-jt'- ft pleasant visit to their father mid Fdrtind Hams has just enlisttd the ot mornim: service, "The tr ol of u Crown", evening' "A Ooo.l the third term. It is douhtfi' else, SoldieC. Sniid.iv school, at !)..10. there me five brothers now. here in the Slnte who tire now enlisted I'lcnclunir nt lOM.'i and 7. in I'ncle Sum's scniic. 1 Wm-iim- - Iht brother ami ami Mr. .1. of fiarruiil. T. Kevnol.U Mr. uml Mrs. Uev Kout, of I.hiii vi'le, spent several dnvs with his parent!.. .Mr. ami Mis. Fr.iuk Kout. Col. ami Mrs. Win. Kent, ol Oakland, Oil., returned to their home Ihui-siluy- , nfter n visit to Mr. and Mr. Sheltou Sniillej. They were delighted with the lllue (frass eoiin-tiFull line of heiitin-- j Call and sier n apparent. Cloaks. We have iust received our second shinnient of Cloaks, Suits and Dresses, and they are indeed things of beauty. Dresses. See the new Serge, Satin and Velvet Dresses at $10, 12.50, 16.50, 19.5U and $25. Ladies' Suits. See our $16.50 Many stores get $20 for these. Silk Petticoats. line of Ladies' Suits See our guaranteed Black Silk Pet ticoats at $2.50. Messaline Petticoats. See our Black and Colored Messa at the line Petticoats; ruffle and fringe bottom at $4.50. Ladies' Dress Shoes. Our line of Ladies' fine Dress Shoes is the talk of the town. We show them and in Tan, Cravenette, Velvet, Patent Gun Metal. hor-r- s. SHORT LOCALS. Krnesi Warren was down from Miihllcshoro For Sale My homo 011 K.i-- t Main Weilnoilaj, with his who is si - j,t j,or pfl, ,.( OStf htreet. II. C. flauslunan. the eonntr.l, Hev. anil Mis. Jon. I'.iiIIoii Kemeinbcr the court day dinner Mr. ami Mrs. C. F. Tnto. Miss Dol-h- e by church the ladies of the Clni-tiMeHoherls, H J. M. S. Iliitixlmuiii, Mr. and Mrs. S. M. Watch for' the bit; Cookiii'.' Inhibit Snuflev niiil their wests, Mr. ami Mrs. W. M. ICenl, atleniled the open-in- nt Ocorire II. Farns' Monday Octoof the trots nt I.evinirton Tnes. ber Kith, to the '2 1st. ouv. John A. McKee, tiut.il 8- - jears, Mr. and Mrs. J. K. Johnson, of F'ltlshun:, I'a., are the quests of her d'cd at Ins homa in Kind's Mouutam fnther. (JenrKc P. Illicit and fiimil. Monday and the 1 cumins were to Cvnlbiann for burial, lie was Sid Adimis, of Ilirr.tiiiKlituii. Ala., nlso stopped off uith them, from the father of J. It. McKee, one of Cincinnntvvherc he has been on the bet known residents of that part of the county and 11 splendid husineN Mrs. M. F Kout. ol Lexington, has old ueutlcmnn. In en Msitinir .Mrs. John . Wood. She A llvomvi outfit costs only fl at i'ill co to Greenville. X. ('.. ,'iS7 X. Main .Stieei, to reside with hev l'eniii'.s Druu Store and he u'U.u.ui-tee- s it. Jt is voi th .')0 to any siif-lerd inciter, .Mrs. It. A. Merath. Dan- -' from catarrh, asthma, couhs, die Messein;ei. Mr. and Mrs. c'l.tv Urown and (olds and catarrhal deafness p.t G. A. breathe it. ilnldien nnd Mr. ami Mr-. Caimlen and Children ind Mr. W. I.. Ailkins and .Misses Ilollie and Lena Mis Fiances Mctcalf, daughter ot If: Miisttr-- . ami AnJne Adkms of Mr. nnd .Mr. Thomas Mctcalf. wen' K'U'sts of ltti. and .Mis. .1. T. has pine to Clncinro. bhc has been Uiasteen Suniln. otfered 11 position thete of much Vews has heen lceeiu'd from under Supciiutendent l'nelilii, (ol., Ir.it little Rowan San-fh'.Voliva ol '.ion City. Those who dr., has heen ipnte ill ot some-thill- know Miss Mctcalf do not doubt her like Uphold fever lint is tmicli ability to discharge everv duty improved now and his mother will though they be ever so intricate. soon return home, alter 11 protnieted Dnnville Messenger. visit to her father there, .Mr. (!eorj;e It. I'ni:leiinii. For Sale. My house and lot on Stanford relatives and l'neiids Whitley avenue near Miller street have received the follow in invita- House contains five rooms and sum tion: Mr. and Mrs. Win. Ik Mason mer kitchen; running water, ami leipiest the honor of your pres- tlicro is u pood cistern on the pl.ieo ence at tin1 iiminnxu of their daugh- lot is 115 feet lone; by 7(1 feet nnd ter, 1'dna Harbour, to Mr. Wilhaia has a stable and nil necessary outVox l.otran on the evenins: of buildings. A bargain E. WilkinOctober the. eighteenth, at son. Stanford. 75-eith o'clock, I'resbjtiTinn church, l.iincasler, Keiilucky". Tliev Mill be After exposure, and when you feel at limni' after November tho first, 11 1 old coming on, take Foley's Honey J.TJ Pierce Street, Kington, It cheeks and nnd Tar Compound. ielieve. I'so 110 substitute. Th Ri'iiuine in a yellow package alvvajs. bhugnrs and Tanner. Miss J.iirili. Spralt lias irttiriird Ionic afti'i a weeks visit o her roii-HMiss Mettle KevnuMs. Mi. Chailes Sp.irt tnml Miss he Adams of Shelhy City were paints of Miss Met lie Ie.v nobis. Miss Carrie Helle Ifoinan-- , of is the jruct of Miss Pirn-bot- h Staptr. J. If. Ilaiielitnaii made an cxten. mvo trip to the wet this week to i. -- vnes, coal hods etc., at stoves, eo.il W. II. ce them. Ilii;-Kiu7b-l- p. .an-rast- er I'.ios., Fresh Oi.sters just received. FichU at Jesse Lynn'- - old stand. y. A good western piettue opera house Friday nijilit at the buv this office. Canel Feather bed for snle. Apply nt Den-ham- 111 Coul, Ccnel Coal, nt jnrds, reasonable price. 's 7(i-'- 2t r Found. Fuir gloves on Sotnei-spike. Cull nt this office and identify them. et ;: I will have my millinery opcuiiv Sutiiukiv and cordiallv invito uH iny lik litis. I a!o huvo Ijdies' roady to wear kooiK. lrs. ii. W. Gudiv. JACK FROST Reminds us that we will have to have some more new clothes, and we want to remind you that our Fall Line is the best that you ever saw.. We are sellinq them at prices so low that you will wonder how it can be done ..All wool suits from $15 to $30... Can fit you at any price as we arc scllinq about 2G0 suits at half price in order to make room for our big fall line. The home of Hart Scltaffner & Marx all wool Clothes Phone No. 168 for fire insurance on your tobacco in barn. R. M. New-lan- d Aqent. I am pajiii'j; highest prices for tresli cites, chickens ami all knots of country produce. Fields Itros., htaiifoul at Jesse J. tin's old stand, L r g a cr -- -- NICE HOME FOR SALE cottn'.'u with si iouni- -, out buildiniTs and two acres of kind. Apply to Mary T. Joiiu, I.ebauon. .Minion Cotintv Kv. A Services prcpaiatory to the munion will be held on Fiid.iy licginiiiiu at 7.:i0. CifiDrflios & WeareD, Stanford, Ky. comeveu-in- u x, ); The commiiulon service will beheld at the Ficisbjterian church on Siindnv, October S, at 1J o'clot k. The ladies of the Christina church .i'riii li.it ilinner court Inv in the vacant storetomn formerly occu pied h) l.aiul iV liiieu.iuan. villi Wi'd-ui-sda- y, We're settinj; the best meal in town for 123 cents; Vriythin;T now and clean.' Como to see us. C. L. Gover, at Horton's old stand. only the W. S. Fish represents best and stronqest insurance Let him keep you protected. com-oanl- Books for your state and county Maxc are now ready. Please cnll and settle. W. L. McCarty, sheriff. Laii'4 back is one of the most com nion fonrs of muscular rhciimutisin A few applications of Chamberlain's' Liniment will cive relief. For sale bv nil dealers. You Dont Pay Too Much When You Buy Early At This Establishment SEVEEAWCE & Scott's Emulsion keeps children healthful and happy. Give them n few drops of this strengthening food-medici- Wesley Johnson, who has been confined 111 a dark room al the homo of his mother on Kast Main street Hncu the 1 St li of July, on account of trouble with his e.ves, was out this week for tho first time. His physicians say he will have to take rent cnio for some time yet, and it will be iptite a while, beioie he is uble to return to his position in -- NEW GOODS. of Fall Goods just Received. BAGS. A Partial List l Louisville d Mm. F. L. lieinhart ha been to her home for several dnvs vnth a bail sprain of her liuhl uiiklc which she "tinned" while confine down the steps at the Baptist church last week. The injuiy was a Viiv painful one, hut with careful attention she will be etiahled to bo out in n few dnH,' her many fiiendu will In Kind to know. BETSY'S eon-line- - ' SCARFS. SILKS. SERGES, -. . MADRAS, every day and V ' T" " ' OUTINGS.' PICTURES, GINGHAMS, ' watch them grow. IT PREVENTS ' BARRETTES. i BEAUTY Croup - SOU Whooping - Cough Bronchitis Loss of Flesh Stanford, Ky. ,ii and many other troubles ALL DRUGGISTS vvomnn'n club a uiothor takes tin inThe mdrra ol thb ptptr will t plrurd to Iron tlut then id &t lout oue Urr&ilt-- dta&Mi llul nkoce terest in is the one she rolls over lua bui tbis 10 curt la all It iuxm, trul Out It tho dough, and every member of the Ciurrb. IUII'i Catarrh cure to me ooly immilie cure now known in the mrtliral tratcrulty llarrn family seems to think so too. Those runvUtutional dlM. rrgulrt-- a roiutitis brum thjnil trratninit who uro interested Hall Catarrh IMre la tairn in groceries artlutf dlrrvllf upon the blond and inr should remember thut the best in the ul lha utunu inrrrbr diairuyuut tuuMatlou ol tbe dlivav aiul living tue v tint ilv is to bo had at Coffcv & Cole truaih by but Jlrg up the rouatiiuiion and autol Iij lug natura ki d i Itaw ik lite iirrrntora btr iiian's Phi u i'iu pi ruitverv lb, uer tint taith in lla carati 9 pun uii llurlml i'otura tir ury rij Uiul u UUa M One COFFEY & COLEMAN, tur ilal t( ttatliuoi lau cure Addrnar J till M 4 LX).. IVltxJO, O. sold ov all Drue nta, le Prompt Delivery, Phne 196. . liic )Iau a I aruuy lltu Or ronitlintkub mucou-aurla- rr 11 V $100 Reward, $100. POINTER- Si"My experienco is that the best T PINS, BELT BUCKLES. SHOES Etc., Etc. Come In And Look Them Over Hughes, Martin & Co9' Stanford, Ky. in Hil," H ' - -'- " hm ii.hi ...tiiyii..,..-,!,- , , i.j,, manftimiunny.,. ifiym riar 'ww '""" " Ig 'jyif"y? j?y ft iwijjffffi " i2 mid nlv- c- nclivp $l.o0fi"M Mrunir to 23c liielier nt .f Rrclcancd Seed Rye 90 cents ncr Hogs Hcceipts ;i,flS nenii; mnrhci bushel at J. H. Bauohmnn &. Co.s. opened 10e lo 13p lower: packers .."0Cif .8"i stags $.1.233.20; coin For Siil'. Illnck Berkshire boar and Hntt ijiiiloiiinokoii. ('. I'. moil sows $.23f(i(; pigs nnd lights 000 Sheep Heeeipt 0. Wither, Itoiito '2, SiiOjford, Ky. $3C'i qr.i- -i looks better hi the West bend; mnrket sternly at il.50 (a.'.30; End nt Millcduoville thun it has Ihi Inmlw htead nt $:t(nC23. THE INTERIOR JOURN ALj STANFORD, KENTUCKY. GUffo'iO FRIDAY. OCTOBER 6. 1911. THE FARMERS heller COWS l(W". . BIG STOCK SALE Thursday, Oct. 1 9, 1 9 1 1 4SO head of Horses, Mules, Jennets, Cattle, Hogs and Sheep HORSES Weanling" Colt out of Western mare. 1 Weanling Horse Colt out of a Penca 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 Broo k. 1 1 I i LIVERY AT PUBLIC SALE1 Tor nut for 1012, my fnrtn on llniurimr Fork, conlnininj: I'JU acres. IlnviiiK deciiled to unit the lively Stnra, Stanford, Kv.. Mm. .loi-i- c 1 will otfer for mile to the .Tnnirx C. nml Joe Turkinloii, Jr., highest bidder on sold to J. ('. Holiiiiioit In Hoylf, 'Jit Saturday, October JJ1 pound boif nt five mid one CoiiM-tiof (i uood horse!", 2 fourth rontt. ,1 II, llmmbinmi hotmht nt tlio rupicr lire bucies. 1 steel tiro bujr- (bewuilt 1c in Madin n pnir of py, 1 rubber tire runnbout, 1 surrey. lip I libt diiiinmer wimon, I two horse 0 vciir old inn re mnle for $110. nl-- o bmmlit of Mr. To.bl of Kcd wagon, cooil as new, 1 seven bar1 one 1'imsc n four oiir old marc inula fiy rel wnRon bod, 1 plnieton, horse wajioii, one (.prim; wajion, 2 J0. .louble fct of 1m;j!.v barne-- s. 4 sets .1. T. Gordon mid W. II. PnrKsullt -- old n couple of mule ninle hiirnc-- s, I i wuroii bnrnes, of 1 pair niiile- - 7 yciirs old, Rood worktolls to I! (i. Fo nt "."). For Sale- .- Few choice Dump Jer-po- y ers. 1 Jersey cow Terms: f 10 and under cji-I- i. over snbjeid, to rill' for register; weight nbmit 1011 pounds that amount credit nt six 'iinntlii l'noe $10 cell if -- old nt once. IJ. jrood nolo 0 per cent interest, from 782. diitt until pnM. Sale hour 10 a. in. iT. Hroniwuh. Crab OrchiirM S. C. White. Car of Missouri Fultz "'Seed Wheat Morcland, Kj. at Baunhman &. Co. For Snip. Old Bruce livetv barn PUBLIC SALE! on Depot -- tree!. jVdl -- ell publicly I will sell at public outcry on County court dm Oct. !t. Tenu- - en. 74-- ". Tuesdnv. October 17. 1911 J C. F.ubnnU. Rock Salt is best lor vour horse Itetriunitiir at 10 n. in., my farm nt Gnrrnrd county, coii- or cow. TrV a lumn. For sale at Itueiin Vi-- ta s? III9II, land and two miles from Stanford on will offer for sale at auction at my farm between the Crab Orchard and Somerset turnpikes, one mile from RowI -- Ou-Mtre- m-- Baughmar.'s Mill -- "7-t- f nt .fl.liO per bundled. ' The -- nle of Ju. A Kiuir nt Ibis borne nt Ilisldniul Snturdny, will o'clock in the begin promptly nl afternoon W. B. Iliirton, of Gnrrnrd. bough pair lit I,ons Tom Chemiull's Mile nunc mule- - for which of be tmid $401'. I!u nlMi bought 11 fcij; 'Ne.ir old buy bor-- e for i:i.": n mules of John pair of Pniks of Kieliiiimiil for "410. lie also boimbt a pnir of four eur old lingers for cotton mules of Wil-04 .100; a nice harness bor-- o of K K. Thompson for iUW, of llobert Clark n mx ve.'ir old inure mule for ir I A big eiowd from tins section the nle of fleorec liable at lluenn Vista la.--t week nnd everything -- old well. The totuls of the isnlf amounted to about $12,000. Jennets brought from $40 to $200; li'iile eoll were 111 demand nt lrom to $Hi2.f)0: n pair of need mules hold for $300; jacks sold nt from .$TS0 to $300; ('. E. Tate boimbt G jennets at from l.r to $20."i;beep to $.V. smil sold nt from $.".-broodmare-- , at from $"0 to $:H0. 1 11 11 ed J V. Allen old !S 1.100 oitlle In Ditrbmn & (Veil in pound Doyle vUtmi' .if SO ncrcs of snlcnditl bind hiui containiiii; a seven room lioue in v'ood repair, rlaee has n -- plenilnl well at door, two cood springs in i.abt of house; running stream thro' entire place, fruit of nil kinds Omul school and tbiee churches in sight of louse. A fine tobacco and slo. barn, on place and nil other necessary outbuildings. At sumo time I will nlso sell couple of good work horses. 12 bead of. bogs, weij;1iiiiK about ISO pound n piece. ;l sows and pigs: lot of corn to be sold in the heap, also farming imp'ciuent- -, all in good shnpe. A good pinno will also be olTeied in ibis Mile. Term on day of sale. For further information see Mrs. E. J. Poorc. Iliii-iVi-t- I a Ky. 7G-t- Col. T. D. English. Auet il Mark Twain' Method of Writing. To a question on one occasion ns to his methods of work Mark Twnln re-- I plied: "I work very regularly when 1 I work every day and work nt all all day from after breakfast till late ' Into the night until the work Is finish ed. 1 never begin to work before 11 tn the morning, and I sit nt It till they pull me away from the table lo dress MARKETS CINCINNATI for dinner at 7 at night They make ' Cattle He me stop then for awhile, as they think O.. Ott 3 Cincinnati. myself, but I dont ceipts 94") head; market sternly and ' I might overwork The any fear of nuiet nt Monday's- prices steers $2.23 ' think there is work wouldthat hurt not mere physical mo or any one else. Ton can sleep that off. The mental part of It Is I - Yearling Filly unknown breeding. 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 to jack ,. I 8 year old Percheron mare in foal in foal to jack. 1 4 year old mare by Dignity Dare 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 . N . ' ' - JACK STOCK 1 1 3 year old jennet bred to W. T. Robinson's big $3,000 Mammoth jack 4 year old jennet bred to Baugh man's Napoleon 19 year old jennet heavy in foal. , ; MULES mules to be sold already weaned. 16 yeailingtwo-year and well in pairs well mated. 2 well matched 3 year oldbroke sorrel mules, fit old horse to ship. sorrel mare hand mules 2 well matched 15 hand brown mare mules, 6 years old, fatjand 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 - nothing but work." amusement Ifs not . MIDDLEBURG. 3-- 4 In Resources Notes and bills... $321,000 $100,000 Gov't bonds j. Lincoln Co. bonds.. 37,500 Bank liouse.fur&fix 6,500 Cash and exchange 36.000 $501,000 James Jones who has been in the Philippine tor the last three car. returned here at I o'clock S'li'day inoriiiii"- -, very agreeably surprising his father .Air. .M. G. Jones, who bud not heard fiom him for -- on.e Jim s.ijs he has bad time. enough ot army life, and will try the toll of private citizen nf least for a while. Kc. Cbas. 1'owell of Danville is cordiictiuu revival services at the Greta river church near Yoscmitc, r. ml i pleaching some interesting There haw been four discourses Tdditiiiiis by letter to date. The meeting will lil.elv continue through this week. Dogs broke into J. C. Coulter's nml Chnrle JleWhorter'n sheep a lew days iil'h, and killed some half Jtcen or more. They hud them .ilu-iii'd will draw on the dog tax fund ul CATTLE weanling Short horn heifer calf. 6 weanling bull sale 1 beautiful good calves 2 of which are "Peacharenoes" 10 plain yearlings. 10 good yearlings, 80 feeders from 100 500 extra yearlings weigh from will-b- to 750. at 11 Good and extra o'clock. sold 9O0 to 1,000. These cattle n e 2 yearling Jersey heifers, fine stock blue-roa- 1 3-ye- ar old Jersey cow, fresh by or before LINCOLN NATIONAL COUNTY BANK. i corner next to Court House Stanford. Kentucky. of J. W. Short little daii'-'bthas diplheria. but she is getting along nieclv Johnnie Q. Rowland has been here for n week or more with his sister, Mrs. J. C. Fugle, John bns been Mimewhat indisposed since arriving here, but soiwe of his associates are iiucbtiritable enough to charge that hi maladv is the result of a love A er months, bearing 6 per cent, interest. Sale will be held rain or shine. Dinner served on the grounds. Col. J. P. Chandler, Auct. 1 Listed Hampshire boar; ready service. 1 Listed red boar ready good Kentucky bred sheep. All young mouths note, SHEEP-1- 50 Terms-$- 50 and under cash in hand. Over that amount, cash or a good for service due in eight W. H. SHANKS, affair. HILLEDGEVILLE. ' Stanford, Ky. Of course tbnt is untrue. tereti mid brought a iroud eiowd lo John did tell the writcrh that town. thouxh sliirlitlv d!kii)xiintcil uloii Mr. A. It. Scott, of Sedalia. Mo., bml I who baa upont the summer bent with that line. SADDLE HORSES belonqlnq to the estate of the late S There uus nn cffctiticut ape tried her arents, Mr. und Mm. J. A. HaSTATION, Dr. W. L. Hackaday, to be held at the farm, near WHITE'S nt YttHftuite Saturday between Wil- tes, returned home Saturday. le., KY.. on liam Ilosne, f KinKville, u jilniu-tit- f, ( . T. ('launch returned from Friend-bi- i church Thurmbiy whom he bad and Marion Spenrtf, defendant, for tlie ossessiou of a Iioiiko and t been for two weeks holding a meeting lot, which resulted in a verdict for vhb 10 baptUmx. 'Mis. John Fpenrs very best lot of indi- the plaintiff. Hocrue was representof Moreland visited bur father and An unwecedented opportunity to secure the. represent be offered for a lonq time These horses ed by C. T. Montgomery o Liberty. ' mother, Mr. nnd Mrs. C'barlev t'rn-in- a viduals m5! careful matlna of the very best horses in the state. The The ense created quite, a little in- last week. i nffSlM nreflllsts veurmsters by such qreat sires as Rex Peavine, 1796 Kinq Richard. nlfvSJSul 2K4 Jim 2nd. 1531: brood mares by unr; rum -" 1361 RexMcDonald 833 and Gold Dust. 2581. qood enouqh to head any breedlnq 'nn Iw prevuntwl for only 6 cauW Iwr month format) hoit. celU in this offerinn Catalogue of horses ready rhtt.leWure currtf und tliotiioi bouulu tlm ain held art) and 111 for any show ring. Hep I from lialiitf tbudlu'itnH for N) cents TliWil. Kpldumlci comt) In tli full and niirlnK und merv nay tliomund. nt farm, Address r lo tUflr lHK. ISOlltUON Il6f) OilOLKIl.V ItHMKl.Y 0etobr 2nd. 1911.. Administrator's Sale OF HICH-CLAS- Wednesday, October 18, 1911, "K rrr: ' fin 1 1 J. S. Hockaday, Berea, Ky., R. F. D. m K D0TY "' ef w' L Hockaday' Utltg xoa WMeuuuu) ou"' Mrt. Kff .W'wlund. Alias Lizzio iiuys willi relatives in Stanford. Mrw. William (Jooch and two son- -, N'vwell ure visiting relatives in Lancaster. foiled Mr. Iir Wilkiu-ho- u Aiihtin Hail hold u borsu to Mr. of Danville, .Mr. and Mm. Iiajflou und two lat week. Moiitxoinery ut McKiniiry. daughters from Letiucton, motored in Danville, Mr. Ira Mtcer was over in their auto to see Mr. nnd UeorRii Itoute Iiiih rented the Hoot last week on InisineM. Mm. IJ. C. Sandidce. favm at Tiiriierxvillii for the ear Dodd Ilotit are Mr. and Mix. Mm. I.cbber and Mm. lltl'--' for 1.8.j0. over the nrrivul of a boy at from Junction City vfoited Adams Mrs. Sunilidt-'isold to James their hiuiie. Clifton ' Tboimih Mormui. The colored teachers met hero last Yowi'll of Iliixtoiivilbi a l,07fi pound Mr and Mrs. Pruitl who bad been week. at 5 Mrs. William Davis and dang- 'usitinu' in the upper comities Will McCiiuaii bought home Iiorh the iiitbt with Mr. mid Mm. Austin visfiom l.ee (biddis. M. M. Handidt;o ler Mihij Mnrmieritu of Diuivillu Hail last week on this way back to ited Mr. F. F. SniulidKt'. hold lo W. Xu a mare mule for n Tliomaa (Vimptou a colored (nan. Kind's Moitiilaiu. fancy pi ice. Mr. A. Uuil has been attendiui; lust Haturday at LcxiiiKtoii and Prof. Garland Siiilctou, county died brought here tor burial. iliurcb at Hutcherlowu. which ban was plwiH-iihcbuiil Biipeiiiileiideiit wan a We arc much pleiM'd with our been conducted by Hev. Iniinch nnd culler ut our school last week, delivery meat wiijmn run by LeffeM. while, en route, to Hustonvillo mcct-inj- r. free Miss Minnie Miireum is visiting Mr Arthur Ouddfo on every Satcurvmnd pruvfiitaOholvrit.OouKli.. Worm., Ki'Vf r, Hcour. in Pulaski. urday inoriiin?. uul Thumin,tliiiulate tliw itixtlt, nidi dltttlon und caun- Horn, to tho ivifo of Will Miss Blnnchc Harnett of Huston-vill- e Mr. Willimn MeOirr has furnished lioKi to take oil extra rlli from the lame (hihJ. Ilettur Kt yniir limit. At your druitvl.t'n or tent ioiiim today und t n (rirj. was in town last week on busiour pike with a lot of gravel. price, uullon 15. quart tW. Munufncturml nml of Ukii rvct'lrtby Uourbon Keinedy Co., Islington, Ky Ko'd by Miss Louise Uishop is visitinsr re(uurunteed Mr. ThoimiH Morgan of Junction ness. Look, listen, and you will bear of latives in Pulaski. City bns rented rooms at tho Russell New Stanford Drug Co.. Stanford, Kentucky. a wedding 80on.Quc3 who. Miss Lonnic Qoodc spent a fow House. c. "" fr nt w-- an m I V: "i 'imjiLV ft nfrft-i'- - n r. nn'--