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CARMAN APPOINTED TO WHISKY ELECTION UP QUICKER MAIL SERVICE bcrs of the bonid. It I not unlikely WOULD IE HORSE JIM KENNEDY DIES AFTER SUCCEED MCKECHNIE. O TEMPERANCE COLUMN ' AT FRANKFORT tlmt Will Kennedy will lie granted OPERATION THIEVES AT WORK?. Again Fri a parole today nnd allowed to go Judee lalley Holds Court For South Lincoln Made by Rural iJ This snaco is reserved for home with the body of hi hrolher, day tn Consider Matter Formerly Served as Maqlstrate In Suspicious Characters Seen ProwlFrankfort Paper Tells ol Faithful Route & the Tcmpcrnnco Committee of 4 nnd help comfort hi fnthrr nnd ing at NHrht In West Lincoln Claims For Year AlFiaM Made Ry Asd Father Lincoln County. mother. A big crowd is expected in town, lowed at Last Mcetina For Hit Sens. News. Another of the this. Friday, morning when Judga ELEVENTH DISTRICT rural routes in Lincoln county went It is strange that men who would into effect tho first of the month .lumen Kennedy, Hon of Mr. nnd Huiley call tho adjourned session Hustonville, Ky. Oct 12. It is now Squire A. C. Carman be ashamed lo stand behind a bar lesigncd Mrs. Orove Kennedy, of the Preach-rsvill- n May Cut Down Its Republican Ma- of county court lo consider the pe A few nights ngo Mr. Messcr to facilitate the delivery His appointment u Magistrate ricctton, died nt the King' jority This Year. tition for a vote in Lincoln couiiti tor the First .Magisterial district of and sell whisky will ndvocato saloon 02 mail for south Lincoln. IturnI heard a disturbance out toward his Daughters' hospital in Frankfort Route Cnrricr Jesse Manning, who liarn nnd upon farther investigation Hoth tho Lincoln on tho whisky question. county wa received last Why will men advocate n!oons when I hi week as n result of nil operation Clarence J. Sipple, (he feed man Wets nnd the Dry hnvo been hard week from Governor Willson and he they would feci disgraced to ign n tukes Koute J, out of Stanford, now aw two men sitting upon the fenco for K"H atone. Th remains of the of Loudon, was here this week on meets tho Wnyncsburg carrier nt rear the barn. One enrrird a shot young mnu were hroncjltt back by Jim business. Hn Iiiih been traveling at work since Monday it was decid- has been sworn in and will sit at petition for an election to vole a Highland and exchanges mail with gun. When they .heard nomcono the next meeting ol the court. Mr. fiiIooii in T A saloon keeper can not him, griof ptrirkrn parents to Lancaster It was so that mail intended for that stiring around they left. in the mountain counties ed to have tho signer of tho three and interred in the old family bury- lately nnd ay that he ha been petitions in Rowland come into court Carman' friends arc greatly pleas-i- d get membership in any lodge or part of Lincoln can go out to Hiqh- - about nine o'clock, nnd it i believed nt hi selection. Hu served a church m btiitifonl. Saloons can't Innu by .Mr. .Manning nnd be trans- they were trying to steal some hormany ing ground in the preseneo of prc.it I y surprised to find the lnrgu personally and declare which way magistrate in Lincoln a mimbir of exist without men to run them and ferred to the Wnyncsburg cnrricr ses. friend nnd rlalives. Mr. and Mrs. number of republicans in tho Kiev-- i they wished lo be recorded, ago. and took great intdest jet the man who goes into tho busi nnd be delivered vein Keuni-ilItnvn llm avmiiatliV of IlintlV more quickly than ses. LnirV blood Pounds wcro callThe Wets have been working in in the work for the conntv. He innth (1 strict who nrc going to vote ness (uts himself off Irom the church the mule around by Junction City ed and trailed two miles but then friend in this and the other troubles for McCrenry ami the entire demo-emti- o the WiiMiesurg precinct Miiro then tends to pay espeei.il attention to from the lodge, from life insurance, nnd the Cincinnati Southern. Mr. lost it and were tumble to find tho through which they have gone in the ticket this year. Instead of endeavoring to knock off enough the road work in his district and from good society. Shame on the Tha Frankfort thn republican ticket getting the past few jeara. 0 name from the Drys' counter pe- will put in some hnrd licks before man who will advocate nn institu- Manning now leaves Stanford nt 8 trail ngnm. ' contained tho followMiss Mnry D. Kennedy, was tho o'clock each morning instead of 7 majority from the lllh district tition to invalidate it, while, the dr.vs wmlir weather sets in. tion that damns thu man that runs and returns nt two. ing Htory of tho death of Jim Ken- which O'ltcar and liis managers arc have been working hard in the West inicst of tho Misses Newborn this The Fiscal Court held its icumlnr it and destroys the souls and bodies nedy anil of the faithful fight which claiming, Mr. Sipnlo say it would Kiul in The nest change which bhould bo week. mi attempt to knock out Urn October meeting last week and al- of those who put ionize it. Is such a old d Imwhccn made liy tho Mrs. Fred Jcffeiv nnd beautiful made in the routes, should be to rcpubli-in- n Wet petitions from other precincts. not Mirpnc iim to sec the lowed the general claims against the man any better than the saloon l.nve mail father on behalf of hi boy for sevfor Hustonville and More-lan- d little daughter have returned from a majority in tho 11th cut dow The Wets snv that they intend to eountv. A total of about 1H,000 will neeperf When n man puts hi nninit eral year, most all nf which is well to about thu sizo that Caleb Power have the election no matter what leavo Stanford each morning delightful visit to relutives in Louisknown history in the county. Tho received in his race for Congress, it costs, and if their present petitions be thiM distributed on December 1st to a petition to have saloons, does instead of being sent to Junction ville. the date the claims arc made pay- he not put himself on u level with City Dr. T. W. Pennington passed Frankfort paper say: ami down the C. S., Mr. Mc-- C which was scarcely over 10,000 hist nro knocked out, they will get up able. the man who run the saloon f There I ii re, "With one Hon dead while a con-ithe Morclnnd routo otic car- through here Tbursdnj. car. One prominent Wet said others. In this connection, the attention is no difference. The man who aids A largd crowd attended the Car in the Fninkforl Penitentiary, rier should start from Stanford, go Thursday that the Wet have two of the Fiscal Court is respectfully and abets u murderer is guilty of penter sale Saturday it rained all drove Kennedy i heie to get anothGENERAL NEWS NOTES. dollars where the Drvs bnvc one ntnl culled to the following stntutc re murder before the law. The men to Hustonville direct nnd return to day, but there was plenty of shelKtnnfnril vin Mnrnlmwl lrtttlnnd nf er son released on parole so Unit that they are bound to win out in lative to publication of the claims who arc helping in any way to put h ,,., lie can tako them both back home '.Morclnnd, coming to ter. Mr. C. K. McClure nurchnsed n. in LexThe ilemoenitic primary, the long run on the aljoweil by tlu court. The law on Millions into Mlllltnnl or into LUX- - Stnnfnr.1 nn.1 retnrninr- - vin ITiiHtnn- - the house for venwith him. With .Mr. Kennedy a $3il0. ington Tiicsdu) resulted in the folthis subject has tint been compiled coin coiinjy are saying by their ac ville ns the route is now laid out Messrs. James Hall, Lindsay erable old mnu, in hia wife, nnd lowing nominations Muting others: GARNETT GIVES WAY TO with for the past curs, though the tions "I.ct the blood of all thn, mur- It is said probably no one woman in Kentucky J, Ernest Cassidv, Mavor Thomas A that this routo would bo Weathcrford, Algar Weddlc and Geo. PROTRACTED MEETING latiitc clearly provides Unit the ders those salooiH will cnusc, bo upever went through morn nohow than Combs, State Senator; by the Postoffico De- Barnette left Monday for Lexington David C. shall be shown bv publi- on us and upon our children. Let partment if the residents on the where they will attend school. this woman, who in only a tiny bit Hunter mid Charles It. Nichols State in a iicwspnpor, what is done the broken-hea'fte- d i cation makwives, mother Hon. James Harnett who Miss Carrie Cupninglium. of Dan of liiimnnity. At different time, her Representatives. route affected would get up n peOencral with their moncv. Tho stntutc. which mid sisters come to us when their tition, nnd it behooves them to do ville, is the guest of her sister Mrs. husband and three sons were in tho According to the plan of Nomina ing the race for Attorney booked is Section reads as follows: loved ones are destroyed by the peiiiU'iilinrv, on toiiviclion of hom- I'. Mack, chairman, thu Democratic on the Dcmocralie side, was so, if they deirc nn earlier delivery Jones liaughmun. the dut And the Cod of heaven will of mail from this point. Messrs. K, J. Tanner nnd J. S. to speal in llilstonville icide. Tuedv "It shall be county of the fiscal National Committee will meet in to cause to be demand indemnity for these lives nt Murphy of McKinney wcro in town Jim Kennedy died here vclerdn" Washington Jauuar 8 to select the night. He came lo fill his appoint- court of each Thursday. ment but upon nrriving in the citv published nnuunlrv, in one new."pa- their hands. The daughters of some in Ite King's Daughters' Hospital, plaie PAINT LICK. for holding the ne.t conven- lie per published in snid county, a state- of thee men will be drunkards' wives Sir. nnd Mrs. Howard Camuitz arfound Umt llicrc wni a protractan operation for gall alone. tion. after rived homo Sunday. Haptist church and ment showjng the financial condition J their son will bo drunkards because He waa taken ill m the prison and Hurley ed meeting at the The district board of the Dr. and Air. Saunders, of WinMr. Charles Jones is in Lexington lhc fathcis brought back the saloon. was Kent from there to the hospital Tobacco Society approved the con- so li? declined to spenk. He stateil of thu county, whicji statement week visiting his uncle for a few days. wkcre there was more chance of tho tract witn James It, Ilaggin in that it was a habit of his never to include u list of the claims ami There nrc fearful judgments ahead chester visited friends here last nllowcd against the for these men. There never was a conducting serviRev. Malum is against religion. Many amount thereof The pastor bein r.bsent there will operation being suceesslul. lie failed pool and the run politics to the be no preaching at the Presbyterian" who desired to hear this gifted sou loiintv during the preceding yenr, 'saloon that did mil produce these ces nt Mt. Tabor church. to rally after the opmtion. and died proposed tobacco manufactory. Miss, Margaret Anderson spent church Sunday. of Adair county tried to persuade and to whom nllowcd, and the namrs lcsiilts, nnd theic never will be one tin innririifcr. JIm 'Wither, Will The Fislenl Hoard of Food nnd speak after the meeting was of all persons returned by the sheriff that does not do the same thing. secernl days with Miss Eliza Rurk-e- r. It seems Cupid lias been getting Kennedy, is now mtvuix a life Drug Inspection, with Dr. Wiley at him to Men close their eyes nnd stop in his work. Listen und seo if you in the penitentiary tor killing over, but he still refrained and stat- on his return of tax warants nnd H bead vill consider the important ed the amounts due from each for the their cars and rush on to their own d n man at Crab Orchard. that he would do Tho Irnited Realty Compnity, of uon't henr wedding bells n short way "What "What is Hei-rmissionary work and would preceding year, with such other in- destruction. Is it not time that ther-- Lexington will have a sale of lots at off. The Kennedy have been fonspie-iiom- s Hiiestions: a Soft sort of Vinegar?" nnd "What is figure in the- criminal annals is Mr. nnd Mrs. J. W. Depp and try and return to spenk to the good formation ns it may deem proper to men stop and think before going nu this placo Saturday 14th. people of that city. He is u Hnptiit have published; but if there i no further? Again, can any man bo ,if that section of Kentucky about Drink!" An infant child of Mr. and Mrs. family have returned from Uarren The Portuguese Idealists repulsed published in the county, then silent when such a battle is raging good one, too, .Judge Onr-ne- tt paer Oab Orchard for home jcurs. Old Morris died of croup, nnd was tak- county where they visited relatives. by the Republicans. Their and n Mr. Depp's father returned tjroTC Kennulv killed his uncle, soma an attack xitU was accompanied there by the publication shall be made in such Can any one be innocent who stands en to Owsley county for "burial. with Spain is coiiimunicntiou line them. year since, .mil was sent to the beingofkept open and they appear to Judge Gins. R. McDowell, Conntv form ns the fiscnl court may deem idly by ns though ho was watching Miss Kva Oder is visiting Mrs. He wio. pardoned b Mr. J. N. Wilson nnd family leave Attorney Henry Jackson. Hooker T. proper. The fiscal court and each a contest between wild beasts? There Given IMSUtuntiarv Lc gaining strength. Ferrill of Lancaster. member there of In any county that is work for evcrvone to do. Come in u few days for "'lintori V. v, Mr. Reid nnd W. Vernon Richardon. Oo. I.uke ItlncMiiiro. Uiter, two of President .Mnrkham, of the Illinois Danville Advocate. to cause to be pub- to tho front. Show your colors. Line Mr. and Mrs. Uurjear and Miss Wilson has purchased property and fails or refuses Ivcnnedv's miii. I .uilkuer and Will Centre I, gives it as his belief that lished the information required by up with the men and women who nrc Spurlock are visiting nt Louisa. Ivy. will probably cn?age in the dry lCrMuid.v. engaged in a ipmrrel with shopmen on that the strike of the this section, and in the manner here- trying to save their homes nnd yours Rev. W. C. Meier, of Millersburg, goods business. m BR0DHEAD. ijiii In wbosij daughters the boy Hearing its end. in provided, shall be fined $50 for from desolation. will hold communion services ut New attentive. There were no hslein is Smith Yovvcll has returned from un had A wrdiet for $17,."00 in favor of each offense, to be recovered by inIf your neighbor is on tho wrong Hope church, next Sabbath at 11 extended Western tour. finesses to Iho shooting, but Faulkffi Misses Nannie McWhorter nnd dictment in the Circuit Court." the son of the late Judge W. C. Hell side, try to show him his error. You o'clock. Miss Frankie Kaufman of ner Kennedy shot the man m the leg. Harrodsburg, has been set aside etta Moore spent Saturday and Sun- can do what others cannot do. The is the guest of her aunt Mrs. The wounded man went home and of Miss Lucy Fiances is visiting her ihtv in Ilerca. Seattle as excessive. PUBLIC SALE! great mass of the people are oppos sister Mngnie in Cincinnati this week .Minnie B. Robinson. , did aot call in a physician to sec him at W. K. Caldwell, former Stewarl Mr. and Mrs. F. L. Darhnm nnd , wheu lie hcnnl .Mr. Wallace Steele, of Ellishurg, ed to the saloon, ihey do not want The W. C. T. F. will meet with A. of the Eastern Kentucky Asylum, little sou of Mt. Vernon visited rela- Of Fnrm, Stock, Crops nnd Tools. it. They know it is tho greatest a ph.VMfi.in l attend the inHavs on Saturday 11th. A lull at was here for a short time Thursday county, has sold his farm tives hero first of the week. curso authorized by civilircd socictj. tendance : desired, for the election jured man. The bitter refused to of Mercer Till Sir. Goe. Kubauks found a pair of John Henton was at home last Dr. John Mil The very idea of licensing men to ol officers. I will sell nt public miction on allow an examination or treatment cunt rilling $80 acres lo liosc glasses that the owner can get week from St. Mary's Acndeinv. per acie. , This is the establish and operate such an instiof his wound and died, really of liards for The sale of Mr. W. A. Rogers was by calling for them. Saturday .October 28 1911. Mrs. Maggie Tucker nnd children ever sold for is horrible! neglect. He died within tho ear hichcht pi ico land Ins Caldwell has have returned home from a visit in Mr. J. 0. Weathcrford was in St.m Resinning at 0:30 a. in., my farm tution, makes men The very thought well attended and stock brought good in Mercer county. Mr. of it shudder. Women prices. lord Thursday on business. however and the by who bad kill- purchased 'JtiO acres land off the Corbin. near Hustonville, Lincoln county, of Faulkner ed him, were indicted. J. C. Reid has i (.turned from a .Miss Cnrric Frith is isiting in Kentucky consisting of CO acres of lire already weeping nt the vLsion of formerly owned by Gen husbands, father and brothers stagKennedy '.mis sentenced to serve -- I ChitonH.farm tliort trip to Cincinnati KING'S MOUNTAIN. Louisville. Shakertown, good land with five room house in Cnstleman Mr. Purdom of Moreland passed years in thu penitentiary and Will Join, county nt a at Stoke Hilton sold Mrs. Mattic Hur-to- n good repair. Place hos goood spring gering from these dciis of infamy to good price. Mercer through here Wednesday on route to homes from which happiness has forKennedy was given ten venrs. . n farm for 1.100. with stone spring house, stream ol Incomplete returns from thi CaliJnrrctt Johnson, of Liberty, Intl., Liberty. While this case wits Mill pending Miss Ida Mac Adams visited Mrs. fresh water runs through entire farm ever fled. election on constitutional The young men uro the hope of has come back to old Kentucky to ami fresh in Iho minds of the Hioplo fornia air. Coe Moser and sister Miss Ora Frith tirst of the week. for Splendid young orchard nnd good make his home. He is building a ' of Lincoln county, Jni Keunedy kill- amendments show that the vote car-tie- d Mr. Egbert Walliu was at home garden. graded our land, but the saloon comes to new house on his farm usually known Eva were in town shopping Tucsiiay. In Hustonville woman suffrage has probably Miss Jennie Wood Fox oi Daned a man who had drawn a revolver for a few days this week from Dan- school district being one nnd a half ensnare and dc&troy them. Social a the old Johnson farm. bv u small majority. drinking makes more drunkards ville, is iruisl of Mrs. Rolaua and began shooting at him. Accordville. mile from school building nnd one G nines is on the sick Little F.tta Mrs. Daniel Tra.vlor and Miss ing to the testimony, it was n street Mrs. Cleve Cabbie and little mile from Moreland railway station than all others forms of drinking. liM. TURNERSVILLE. Lenn Trajlor are guests ot Mrs. W. The saloon furnishes the conditions tight in which the two shot it out, daughter Margaret, of Marcellus, arc a nd 80 rods west of Hustonville Virgil Bastin, wife nnd little daugh Dunn. .ih tiring four or tlve shots. Jim that foster and cultivate, this pernianil Danville turnpike. The little sou ol Mr. J. Sandusky with Mrs. L. It. Cuhble this week. Kennedy was convicted and sentene-i- d cious hnbit.. Youth is unwary. They ter who have been visiting Mrs. Geo. Mrs. Dcttic Fowlo of Stanford atMr. iinil Mrs. Frank Owen nnd In splendid neighborhood, having Rlgney here, left Snturdny for tended the sale here Saturday. lias been very ill with diplheria but do not know the danger of the soto the penitentiary, for life. He children qf Louisville hnve been the six churches within 1 2 miles. Mr. is very much improvd. Mr. and Mrs. Hocker have returncial glass. They imagine it is manly Science Hill where they will joinKanand his family elnind Unit the seclosed on gncfts of Mrs. Jim Owens. A splendid tobacco nnd stock bam Our school bns been ed from Nashville, Trim. They movand they drink it, not because they Muslin's mother for a trip to vere Heillcucc was due lo tho feeling Hart Sums and Jao. Mulliii were, nnd nil necessary outbuildings. o If no new count of diptheria. sas. ed there lust fall bi,t think Kentucky that existed ngninst the Kennedy. in Monday. iu house, and hy far tho best want it, but to be sociable. But ahin W. M. Hoi.ii - bought a houe and is the garJen bpot ol' tho world. uses, it will proceed to businos down from Livingr-tothe appetitie ouco formed, and they drove Kennedy, the father, has Monday October, Id. The school Mrs. Maggie Tucker is quite ill. rural mail service in the county, havlot for $173 from Wnde Hogue at Mrs. W.ll Murphy wa guest, of derated the. Inst few ywprs to cllorts bus been doing good work so far, and Ed Newlnud who has been yrorl;-iu- g ing soven mail each week day and ore lost,. May heaven save us from Yoscmite Mrs. C. W. Adums Saturday. the curse of the saloon. to get his sons out ot prison. He it is hoped that every pupil will at Richmond wa nt home firs', two on Sunday. Mrs. 0. F. Goocb and little son The protracted meeting at tLo appeared at every meeting of the of the week. At same time and place, I will Freddie James spent Saturday and Haptist church will close Wednesday come buck with an nim to still betHUBBLE. Prison Commission nsklug for a Mr. Ellen Mahaffey is visiting re- also sell one pair Sunday with her fnther and mother Dr. Cook, of Danville who has asthe woik. for one or the other of the three terMr. and Mrs. Sherman Camjhey latives in (Jurr.ird county. work mules, 10 2 hands high in nt this place. sisted Rev. Surles, has done a good oys, (lor. Willson was nlso apMr. and Mrs. J. M. Robert and good condition and well trained, one Sidney Dunbar is visiting relatives Mrs. Mary Alice Rigney and work here and all regret the inee'.iug visited relatives in Casey county pealed, to by Kennedy, and whenever Henry lirooks are at home from bay mnre by Dorsoy in Russell comity. daughter are visiting Mrs. Lena Butt will close. Sunday. Acting Gov. Cor was in the chair, Oolddust, dam bv Silver King. One Miss Nnnnie Sloan is visiting Mis at Ludlow. Misses Hettie and Iirend.i Cart Henderson, Kennedy mm certain lo appear in yearling colt out of same mare by Mabel Rankin at Marcellus. Mr. T. J. Floyd of Cnsey county of Danville are the guests of HAPPY WOMEN Frankfort. After having tried these made, "THAIS" NEXT WEEK Naboth, Jr., one young horse, one Miss Mary Rankin was at hom wa' a caller at this place lut week. Plenty of Them hi Mr. Marion Koger. .Stanford And two governotii, when Kennedy heard relaAT MACAULEY'S THEATRE Jersey cow, one Jersey cow with from Richmond Sunday to seo the Mrs. Maude Walls is the gucstof Mis Lueinda Lute visited Good Rmsm For it. that n new man. Conn Linn, would tives nt this place. young heifer calf, one Jersey heifer, homefolks. her sister Mrs. Lee ut Stearns. Wouldn't uny 'Woman be happy lie acting governor for u div, KenA sensation followed tho announce twelve hogs, averaging Mr. J. T. RoKbcrts boueht a bunch about ISO ha sold his Wallace Walter Horn to the wife of Hen Hudson n After years nf backache suffering nedy appeared and made a fllea to boy. Paul Wilslach, author of pounds And 26 nice shouts, (new of weanling: calves at Prenchersvillo ho'use nnd lot to Mrs. Sarah Austin meat that Days of misery, night of unrest, "Mr.' Uni tor. " pardon. Hi ploys and harness at $10 per head. ", wtigon, cultivator, "The LnV of Ricluiid for $850. The distress of urinary troubles, aiid faithfulness, appealed Vx. L. Sloan sold Dick Martin a Eugene Leech and fiimily left Moa d with the famous ac- etc, one rubber tin. buggy nnd harCAN'T REAT KENTUCKY and She finds relief and euro? lo the governor and he members, of day for Illoomington, Indiana, where tor for eiuhl years during his tour ness, one buckboard, household and cow for $30. No rcaon why uny Stanford read tho Prison Commission and Kennedy J nines Harris sold W. L. Sloan n they will make their home. H. IJvingston, hou of Kev. J. of America had written a dnnmi kitchen furnitnre, and 250 sno'eks of J. er should suffer in the face of evialwaya wo ifSvon a careful hearing. horse for a good price. who has Hpent about based on "Thais" which will I o seen corn. J. A. McKce. a reoident of near dence like this; were availing. 0. Livingston, At Inst hi effort other for thu first time in Louisville at Phil Hrown bought some Terms mndc known on day of hero departed this life Qctoer 2nd. vear in Washington and Mr. Nancy A. Logau, K. Main (Jov. Willson commuted the sentence a cattle from Orb Ilourn nt 4c. Mr. McKee was eighty two years Street, Stanford, Ky,, sajs: part of the West, ha returned the Macauley Theatre, week of Oc- sale. For further particulars, call "I of Faulkner Kennedy, and just be- home, and will not leave Kentucky tober Kith, under thu nmun;cmcnt on or write, Uncle John Fugleman is able- to of age nnd u member of the Presby- scarcely know how to express my fore hi time would have been out, BiNiin soon. Mr. Livingston say of Jas. M. finite, vcilh Miss be out after u spell of fever. J. W. Isaacs, Moreland, Kv. terian church at this place, and was gratitude to Doan's Kidnev Pill tor thn Prison Coniission grunted u pil- that the West is greatly overdone-Mr. L. P. Wcnvcr got kicked by loved and esteemed by all who knew the benefit they brought me. When Collier in the tiumo part lule. Hat the old man Mill hud two that hundreds are going there when him. He leaves one daughter Mrs. I begun their use, I was in a miser"Thais" is produced with a won- Foley's Kidney Remedy vs a Hope- a cow and is now on crutches', ,ons in prison, and he kepi workRobert Mckechnio returned to Annie, llurniss of Atlanta, Ga., nnd able condition. My back seeaied to less Case. Is nothing for them to do; derfully beautiful scene investiture Jim Kennedy there ing to get them out Hon Ark. J. K. Freeman says: "1 Birmingham Tuesday Orover will one son, Mr. J. D. McKee, of this have given out entirely mid pained nnd the prices on and will bo (ho treat of the theatriwork is had a good place in the prison hos. ivcrvllungfcnrce high. He ndvises cal season. Matinees will be given had a severe case of kidney trouble stay until uftut the McKci-huisale place und many grand children lo mo terribly. 1 often became nro ( pita), nnd was liked by everybody Kentuekians to invchtigale mighty on Wednesday nnd Snturdaj. uml could not work and my onso iijjit Tuwduy. mourn bis loss. Mr. nnd Mrs. J. C, weak and lame that I was almost g tiud He was there. Wilson Alexander shipped a load lturiuss nnd Mr. J. D. McKee no prostrated. will receive prompt teemed hopeless. One large bottle Mail order cirefiilly before they cut all tic Learning of Doan's Kid manly. He wna lakeu ill some week compnnied the remains to Cynthlnnrt ney Pills, I procured u supply at attention, if they contain certified of Foley's Kidney Remedy cured me of mules lo Georgia last week. loose nnd go to west. was removed (o tho hos-pitbincc, and Mrs. Mirttie McKittrick is at home whore he wa laid to rest. heck, (o!tn! or exprcis orders, pay- and I have never been bothered since. Shugurs & Tanner's Drug Store, and tho first of thw week. Jennie Meads has returned from iu view of the result 1 received, I Take Yew Cmmrm CeWs Seriously able to Theatre. If parlies desire I nlways recommend it. Shugura and from Klixir Springs much improved Ulr. nud Mrs. Kennedy, the father t, F.liza Harris Mrs. is at Klixir Cincinnati. Tanner. cuu give them the highest praise. Common colds, severe and fro- -' ticket miiiled, self addressed and mother, came lo Frankfort this Springs- for few weeks, Mr. Satnmie Itigney of Somerset Doan's Kidaoy Pills not only relievlay the foundation of chroniu lope must accompany order, thin were with their ion when week, and W, I. Sloan bought a calf from is visiting relatives here. FOR SALE! ed my buckuche, but uUo restored diseased conditions of the nose nnd avoiding possibility of error. Special he died. A soon n ho died, they S. U. Sanders for ll. John Howe was here, on business uiy kidneys lo a normal condition." throat, and may djev'hyi hit" brou- - attention will be given to nil out of Kenbean thejr efforts to have Will go chhilis, pneumonia, and consumption town order. Special round trip Mrs. J. C. Rankin i nt her daugh- Jnst week. Fifty to one hundred and fifty For salo by all dealers. Price 50 nedy released so that ho could Mrs. Mary Hotip. bought a mare cent. Pobter-MilbuCo., Buffalo. all coughs nlul colds in children cursioli iate will be ,riven on hI( choice ewes bred to Shropshire and ter' Mrs. Pitzpatriok taking a rest, - die hn been in bad, health. home with tho body of hi Lack of Daniel Hester for $175 I New Ymk, sole agents take Foley' milrouds. For information regard-Hone- y Southdown bucks. Somo thoroughfor the united ....... !... Hrown, ehnirmnu of an din grown persons, i i ,. ir nifftu' r. brother. Ell II. Leslie Sloan hn gone to F.luir Revs. Smith and Haggard are hold Isu.iie,. it. t.itwi. and Tar Conqioimd prompt!; nig fares nnd schedules of trains, I urriii uutuu uwtuo. the Prison Communion, wna appeal-Iii- r Hiugurs and Tenner. ing a protracted meetinar-ji- t Arabiu. Shelby City., ICy. Phone 8 two ring Spring for a few dav'b stay. consult ticket ngent. Remember the name Doun'rf to, and he promised to got into and take no other. cuiuwtttiictttivu with' the other mem- ly v 30,-00News-Journal grny-liairecl (pie-lio-rs ct ten-year sen-leasf hnnd-to-hane bi-eLau-eTster Grove-Kennedtin-se- nt p 1-Tele-phonipu-ueeven-year-old ld difter-mitiaUMan-fieldCau-ktanco ; good-lookinal euu-queiicx-F- or rn $ jn i M iT- - - -- sjMjvj dU - -i- bv i? " riipii lll'WHBjBpWBJFl pr-v""'".- " 'l"'tyJt i. 7 uz &&&? w.. if t.im.i.yl:lr;--rTjii- r i,ty mpipTi,t i ir iipiiW(i)i.iyT.;.i.Vy'wfrffi-"7- ' jtiyiif wpM""wi"mH iiyp1' 'ji'"'i"t,lir-"1- " s 4.-- 1 I THE INTERIOR JOURNAL. STANFORD. KENTUCKY. FRIDAY. OCTOBER 13, I9H. he lMERioR r PUBLIC SALE & RENTING OF Journal 1872 EtUbllthed IHELTON M. t 8AUFLEY,... Publisher m & II A YEAR STRICTLY IN ADVANCE $$ w - ) Entered at tbo postofflco ford as second clatf mall. nt BUn. Farm, Stock, Croi & Having decided to quit farming 1 Democratic Ticket. For Governor James U. McUrenrjr. Kor l.leut, governor K. J. .Mr.Dormctt Kor TreiBiiror Thos. S. llhca. V. Orecc For Secretary ot State-- C. For Attorney (loncrnl James Gnrnott. Vnr Auditor If. M. Hnnvnrtli r'or State- Superintendent of Schools llnrksdalo llamlett. For Commissioner Agriculturo J. V - 0 YOU CANT DELAY v. llim. & 0-- consisting ot three-year-old ed previously. Rent my place of Thursday, Oct 26, ' 1 1 6 two year old mules have been handled some. One marc mule colt I three-year-old m four-vear-o- ld ld four-year-o- ld 1 ld will at my farm mile east of Morelandon Nowmnn. For Clerk Court of Appeal Greene. Klnlr. For Clmilt Juilco din. Fo- - ' It. V. I For Italirond Commissioner Charles W. A. F, 300 acres to the highest and best bidder, if not sold or rentAt the same time and place I will sell my stock, crops, etc., liar. Representative II. Slm'iks. rl l Judge O'ltear i writhing under Chester Chief mare. Iho charge ot lufineerity which hits i unester Chief filly. nee lion of the been made in I spotted pony safe for ladies and children. Not state, nnd winch has been confirmed afraid of steam or automobile about 15 hands hiqh and not better or nicer by every woid he ha tittered ine one .In the country. hi uomiunted. He claims Hint HenI Naboth mare bred to lack. ry Wattcrxon, Editor of the I'ouner-Journn- l, I iennct, bred to Peyton's lack and safe in foal. firt gave currency to the iennet extra stock. neruMilioii that ho larked sincerity 2 short horn calves Whoever lirst railed public attention I yearlinq short horn heifer to the .Indue' moral delinquency in 2 fat cows. only put into words the this I yearlinq bear. thought that lun been uniting for 50 ewes well bred. expiesMi.u in the mind- - of thouChampion binder. sands of tho-- o who have heard nnd 2 cultivators 2 double shovel - plows Wend .Indue O'Hear's speeches 2 wheat drills one with fertilizer attachment. The indictment that can be drawn I box manure spreader njruiiist the Hepublican nouiineu on I smoothinq harrow. this scoro cannot bo 'demurred on I two horse wagon comparatively new. of the court of public opinion. wheat fan. with the pledges that lie 2 sets of waqon harness. made to the peeolc before his nomi5 sets of plow gear nation, he has )onted o many that Three or four hundred shocks of fodder it is difficult to enumerate them. 5 acres sorqhum in shock and many other thinos too numerous to lie claims to be the foe of the go on rain or shine plenty of dry quarters. Sale to Dinner "corrupt lobby" nnd wiis only wuit-in- p mention. on the ground for everybody . eagerly for the tune when he could put its members into uniform, TERMS-5- 10 nnd drive them nt the whip's end from the halls of Legislation 'jit Frankfort. In the fnce of this. Input the eroVrn of approval upon Hrud ley, who was elected to the Flitted States Senate by this identical "cor rupt lobby," that he now promises to destroy. lie claims to be the one true friend of temperance; that the money of the Whisky Trust has debauched the state; purchased weak legislators, mid prevented the extension of tl County I'nit. At the firt opportunity he nppoiiiis the president of one MUST HAVE PRIMARY LAW. (undulate for office with n rich man. Amount of this world's good It or primary in his interest. There of the bits:e-- t Whisky 'concerns of Discussing planks in the demo The state will bear the expense of will take away from the parties the will be no more primary elections the state, chairman of his finance cratie platform Editor Sommers, of the direct primary and there will no power to name the election officers held a jcar before the regular elec- committee, personally applauding tion in the interest generally of those him, tor the collections he had made, the E'tovvn News rightly suys: longer be such heavy fees to enter ''Both parties declare for a direet u primary election for Governor in the primary and give that power already in office. This law would and tinnuj; him to keep on with the pood work. When he was caught primary law. The Slate badly needs Senator or nny other office which to the State and County Election be of an immense advantage to in the company of this such a law. It will put machine poli- hive heretofore practically shut out Commissioners, as is now provided distiller, ho dramatically served noThe time in the regular election. ticians out of business and put a mniiv deserving and qualified men After exposure, nnd when you feel tice on htm iiiji puulie speech that poor man on the same basi an a because they did not have sufficient of the direct primary every year will be fixed by low. jiiht ns the n cold coming on, take Foley's Honey he must not accept money from his It cheeks and fellow whisky men, but forj;ot to time for the regulnr election is now nnd Tnr Compound. him that the amount contributfixed, nnd the party committees, will relieves. Use no substitute. The ed by himself must be returned. 1.0 lousier be an adjutant of some Rename m a yellow package always. Pretending to lie awake at nights (nniliflnto to rnll n. sunn convention 'cliugars nnd lanncr. over the wrongs of the tobacco grow ers, he places on his ticket .lack Oliver who vokd ngainst the tobacco people nt (.very opportunity in the Stuto Semite. At THE GEM THEATRE FRIDAY NIGHT, OCT. 13: We have had experience with many Eczema. Psoriasis, nnd other skin troubles are caused by myriads of remedies for skin trouble but hao Although before the republican perms at work In the skin. Unless never seen such remarkable cures a. Instate eoiivetiou he announced that these germs are promptly destroyed those from D. D. D. Prescription. they rapidly multiply, gnawing their stant relief from the very first applihe favored the initiative referendum, . way deep into the sensitive tissue. cation. when the republican platfoim was We are so confident that D. D. D. This is what causes that awful Itch, mere rash will reach your case that It will cost and what seemed a And announced there was no reference to may urow worse and develop Into a you nothing If the very first full size these progressive policies. loathBomo and torturing tkln disease bottle falls to make good every claim. with Its years of misery. If you have skin trouble of any Judge O'ltear promised the woDon't take any chancesl Destroy the kind, we certainly advise you to droR perms at the beginning of the trouble In and investigate the merits of D. I. men of the state that ho was in fawith that soothing and cleanalntc wash, D. anyway. Wo know that D. V. D, vor of .voinau's suffrage, and al the p. D. D. Prescription for Eczema. A 26o bottle will prove this to you. will help you, though ho personally dictated the tepublican platform, he could find no SHUGARS & TANNER. DRUGGISTS. STANFORD. KY. plaeo in it for n plank approving woman's suffrage. His platform heartily endorsed President Taft and all his policies, but when he was called to account Cor approving the vetoes of the president, ho passed itoff saying that the platform endorsement was a Purchase a round trip ticket from your home to Louisville. Wh en you have completed your shoppi nq In this store, take your return meaningless boquet. ticket and your sales checks, which are aiven you with each purchas e. to the credit desk, (south end of tli c building), first floor, and we will His platform approves every act refund to you In cash 5 per cent of your total purchases, up to the amount of your round trip railroad fart1. of Gov. Willson's extravagant and inefficient administration, but when ,Ai.(Hd Fashioned Sheet and Pillowcase Sale All Week-- A Splendid Opportunity for Hotels and Boarding Houses As tho burden of it was transferred to O'Henr's shoulders he stood from under it with the declaration that Well As Individuals. that plnnk too wns a mere pleasant-O- , mid u.ut't not bo taken seriously. Ready-Mad- e Sheets and Pillowcases In every instance less than the cost of the cotton bj the yaid. All torn from the piece, not cut. So it will bo seen thnt Judgo Obeamed Full Bleached ShettS Double Tied size; iiriished with wide hem rendu of bplendid weight cotton. limited quantity; price each 50o 'ltear only makes promises to Wak ss, FUII Bleached extra heavy quality; double bed size, limited quantity, price each 65c. to himself, or to what few convic-llieFruit Of the Loom Sheets One bize the popular size that vo will tell out of proportion to tho others; hizo 81X00 inches; lowest He is not true Jo his party price quoted m years; these are tin ished with vvido hem at top and nanow hem nt bottom mid are genuine Fruit of the Loom sheets; price 67c tious he has on public questions. Hemmed Full Bleached Pillow Cases Splendid quality; size 42X31 inches price, each 12 Whatever he happens to be. he takes Pillow Cases-Fr- uit of the; Loom, si 4JX3G mid 45X 110 inches; price is extremely low," each 15c. the color of his surroundings, and Hemstitched Full Bleached Pillow Cases-G- ood quality of cotton, sizo .1'2X30 inches; price, each 12 mpports any fad, folly or policy Full Bleached Hemmed Pillow Cases-S- ize 42X30 inches; limittd quantity, price each 10c. that promises to gain hi in a few Herost'ped Embroidered Initial Pillow Cases Kneh pair indent box; bize 45X30 inches; price pair $1.15. votes. Hems itched Embroidery Initial Sheds and Pillowcase Sets.-O- no pair 45x30 indie Pillowcases, one SlxSO inches. Sheet, neutly bound Slnrliug ogt a pure Judge clothed splendidly embroidered, price bet $3. in ermine from hend to toe, unsulScalloped Embroidered Initial Pillow Cases. Each pair in uent box size 453G inches price $1.30. lied and unspoiled, h has in n few Sheets and Pillow Cases. Splendid quality, mode by the 'Defender Manufacturing Compnnv, most satisfactory wcuring kind that wo short weeks been transformed into u Know of, price greatly reduced for this sule. Sheets G4.X0O inches, price GO cents; 03x00 inches each 00 cents; 72x90 inqhes cucIl 05 cents; politician whoso insin .2x0!) inches price each 70 ceuts; 81x00 inches, price each 75 cents; 81x90 inches, price each 80 cents; OOsJO inches price each 80. cento; cerity is stamped upon his countenimru ujicu vv eeniB. ivis Pillow Cases. Size ance, nnd colors every word that ho 42x30 inches, nriee each 18 cents: 45x30 inches nrien eneb 50 rents. We also olfer i full line of &izes fruit of the loom sheets, at the samo prices ns above. utters. 8 work mules, six and cinht years old well broke.. 2 ycarlinn mules , 3 brood marcs 6 to 7 years old bred to Kinn s lack Chief ncldlnq. I Chester Coach stock. I yearlinq horse colt, German imported German Coach stallion I I ycarlinn Golildust horse colt. Gold Dust horse combined. I I brood mare bred to lack. One marc and colt. I iennet bred to B. B. Kinq's jack. I yearlinq lack extra qood. I yearlinn short horn bull qood one. , 3 Short Horn milk cows, hornless. II brood sows heavy with piqs. 30 shoats, weiqh from 60 to 100 pounds. r 1 buck . 2 turninq plows comparatively new. I hay rake. I steel roller I iron wheel handy waqon. I' mowing machine. I one blue grass seed stripper I International hay baler One sheep shearing machine (new.) I car clover hay. 30 acres mdlet straw in the bate 40 aeres corn at the heap. four-year-o- ld CHARGE OF INSINCERITY WORRIES O'REAR ... er ct, 1 Tho.limclms conic Avhcnjyou must bring your old suits and let us clean and press it or BUY A NEW ONTU Wo can do cither. Wo have a tailor who is waiting to do your repairing or pressing or our salesman will show you (he most elegant assortment of ready to wear suits you ever saw from an all wool kersey at $lo.oo (o a blue sergo and those beautiful handsome brown suits at and $M.OO Are arc asking but little when wc ask you to just lock at them and put on one of the coals then pass $15-20-- 25 i 1 W i"' Cr - r- - ft. - , 1 judgment. and under, cash in hand. Over that amount, six months bankable paper bearing 6 per cent, interest from date of sale. Capt. T. D. English, Auct. H. J. McRoberts Stanford, Kentucky. M. J. HOFFMAN, MORELANP, KY. i i ooc&oo & m Look - Bring Your Prescriptions VII Here To Be Compounded When Germs Spread in Skin ' Ten Nights In A Bar Room She Wanted to Marry, A Hero No Advance in Prices. 5c and 10c Railroad Fares Rebated In Cash at our Transfer Desk Rebate Plan: your phplclan ha pre scribed n mcdlcino (or you to take, the next Important step h to have that prescription placed in the hands ot a thoroughly rcliablo and competent pharmacist so jt will be compounded exactly at directed. Wo have gained an enviable reputation (or always being very careful and painstaking In our compounding and feci that, in all justice to your own good health, you should bring your next prescription here. Here, too, you will find a complete and Inviting display of toilet articles, rubber goods, soaps, perfumes, toilet preparations and all standard remedies. For interior decorating we carry and recommend ALABASTINE, the beautiful wall coating. Call and see samples ot tints and ask us about It. PENNY'S DRUG 8TORE. '' Stanford, Kentucky i? . SneetS'-Seumlc- Just A eaHsfMsMaseMemlemeMaear.Hfj.BflBBfB Reminder"- v That our shoe stock is now complete and that 35 years of sincere effort to know good shoes and own them at the right prices are timv-servi- back of them, buying direct from the manufucture as we do you get the benefit of the middle man's profit. You'll certainly do yourself a good turn by looking at our line. E$Rr 4b Yours Truly, (Incorporated). THE STEWART DRY GOODS CO., Louisville, Ky. The initiative, ufereiiduni a'ld retail were voted into tho California constitution this week by lurgo Fine work. u. WE Perkins CRAB KENTUCKY. orchard, fl THE IHTEBIOB JOURNAL, STOCK LAW ELECTION. STANFORD. KENTUCKY. FRIDAY. OCTOiEPl 13. 1911. TKtE DEMONSTRATION FARMING WITH , DYNAMITE Drawn front actu.l prxXocnph .1 Stump. Hnled out Into firewood. Drawn from actual photograph. I l.x' Tn month, liter MM H worth of celtry ptr acre. Come and learn the modem, quick, cheap aad ale way lo use the fllant lorce ol dynamite to Remove Stamps and Boulders. Plant Trees. Dig Ditches. Break Up Subsoils aad Make Old Farms Produce Big Crops. (UTO I RED CROSS DYNAMITE I Will Be Demonstrated on the Farm ol A. M. Feand, on Hustonville Pike 3 miles from town, Oct. 19, 10 A. M. Red Cross Dynamite is sold by Durham & Cecil Danville, Ky, W. H. Higgins, Stanford, Ky. and T. D. Newland, Stanford, Ky I I Genuine Quartered Oak Dressers $12.50. Mahogany Finished $13.50. Genuine Quartered Oak Pedestal Dininq Tables $12.50. Llbraby and Parlor Tables. destals. and up. Bed Room Pe- Suits, $17.50 Carpets Mattings. Rugs, Druggets. Nice Felt Mattresses. Cotton Tops. Combinations. Cot Pads. Lace Curtains. Shades. Pictures, Mouldings. Trunks, Linoleums and Oil Cloths. Full Line of Rockers and Dining Chairs. W.A. MONUMENTS , Stanford. "J v. i OUR DUTY to our departed ones is plain. We should erect an appropriate MEMORIAL over ' their final resting place. A monument is not expensive unless you care to have it bo. Our week u unsurpassed and considering quality, m very ckeap. We have a large stock to select frem. Wm. Adams & Son. V J 142 N. Broadway. aaS33 w,Am Lexington, Ky. t 4 w FIRST NATIONAL BANK, STANFORD, KENTl'JKY PROGRESSIVE STRONG ACCOMMODATING And Seeking Your Bank Account. CAPITAL $50,000. TO-DAY. Open an Account With us SURPLUS $25,000 Special term Lincoln County Court, held September 7tli, 1011, Hon. JnrncH P. Hnilcy, Judge, presiding. Tlic petition of W. II. Trnylqr ami others wns this day filed in open court, nnd is now noted of record, praying for n submission of tho question whether cnttlc generally chnll ho permitted to run at Inrjro on the public highways nnd unenclosed lauds of Stanford iMaglstcr-ia- l District No. 1 of Lincoln county, BY-BIDDING. Kentucky, it appearing from a of said petition thnt it has lici'ii signed hy more thnn twenty legal voters wlio reside in antl are electors in nid Stanford Mngialer-lal District 'o. 1 ! thnt nt the time the petition wax tiled tlic pctitioncrH deposited with the county court n bum of money mifllcient in tho judgment of tlic court to defray the exm., penses of find election; thnt by nil order of llio I'iicnl Court of Lincoln count v now in force, the imieix. terml dutnet H llxed n tlic unit in such elections in Lincoln county; that it is more than GO dan until the next jcguhir election to be held in Mild district, the court is of tho nnd adjudges I dny lilcd in open court, unking a sub- - mg tisscs. mules, sheep, goats and oiiiiiiuii nnd outers that the petitioners nro entitled to mii'iaii of tlio question wnettier cnt- swine to run nt large on the public lnc tlic prayer of the petition tlc, or any species thereof shall be highways nnd unenclosed lands of A planted, which is done, and an elec permitted to run at largo on the the C'rnh Orchard Magisterial dist tot l is hereby ordered to be held public highways and unenclosed trict?" The ollicers of election in each on the 7th day of November, 1011, hind of the Vnyncsburg Magi-lcr-i- nl tlii regular election day, in tho four district, and it appearing to the precinct of said district aro directvoting precincts of Stanford MngN-tciof tho court that the ed to open n poll nt the next NoDistrict No. 1. of Lincoln persons whoso names nre signed to vember election for the purpose of ascertaining the will of the voters county, Kentucky, for the purpo-- e aid petition nre legal voters in of I'eertiiiniii'i tho will of th. tot- - Mild ilishiet, nnd that sunie is sign- of said district upon said question, and the .is of Mtid district upon tlic ques-lio- ed by more than -- 0 voters thereof, to have clerk of this court is directed printed on the ballots for whether or not they wih ent- mid that tho law relative to the collile '.'cncrallv to run at Inrce on tho ing of said elect ion has been com- each voting plnce in which tho vote highways and unenclosed plied with by said iM'tilioneis it is is to be tnken tho question nbovo public unilands nf Stanford mugistcrinl therefore ordered that an election set out. and there shall also bo published 20 days beforo tho election In No. 1 of Lincoln count). Kenbe held in said district at each vottucky, nnd for the purpose of hold- ing place therein, namely, Wnnes-bur- g at least four issues of tho Stanford Interior ing tins election the ollicers of elecPrecinct No. 1, Wnyiusburg election, Journal, a notice of said which shall give the dnte tion for Haul iniigitcrinl district I redact No. -', Wayucsburg Precinct are tfireeted to open a poll on the No. II, nt the regular November elec- of said election, the question to b diitt nhote mimed in cueli of the tion, 1011 (to be held on the 7th day submitted to the voters of said disfour voting precincts embraced in of November, 1011) upon the fol- trict nnd Mich facts as may be neaid magisterial district, namely lowing question, towit: "Are on in cessary to give validity to sold act. Mutifonl voting precincts Nos. 1, 'J, tnvor of innkititr it unlawful for cat- A copy. Attest: O. U. COOPER, Clerk It j and I. The clerk of the I.iii'oln tle, including, horses, nsc-- , mules, 70-- In obedienceLincoln County Court. to the foregoing orc ouutv court is directed to cause to gouts nnd switiu to utii at he printed on tiie ballots to be used huge on the public highway and der of the Lincoln county court, an election will be held ill the voting 'it, this election the question "Arc unenclosed lands of the Wavne-bur- g precincts of Crab Orchard majxisier- ou in fuvor of making it unlawful Mugitcrinl district f inl No. of Lincoln county for cnttlc generally to run nt large, election in each on district Tlio ollicers of the th day ot November 1911, in on the public highways nnd unenclos- piecinet of said district are directof Stnuford Magisterial ed to open a poll at tho next Novem- all respects as prescribed in said ored bind ditsrict No. 1 of Lincoln county, ber election for the purpose of as- der, for tho purpose of ascertaining will of tlio voters of Crab OrchKentucky I" certaining tho will of tho voters of the Notico of this election must be said .district upon said question, and ard magisterial district No. 2, of Linpublished twenty days before hand tho clerk of this court is directed to coln county upon the question in the Stanford Interior Journal, the hnvo printed on the ballots for each v.hethcr or not they wis.li cnttlo genonly newspaper published in Liucolu precinct in which tho vote is to be erally: to run at lnrco on tho public county, which notice must uppcar in taken the question above set out, highways and tininelosed lands of nt least four iMies of said newspa- and there shall also le published 20 said Crab Orchard magisterial disper. This election shall be held by, days beforo the election in at ieast trict No. 2. G. B. Cooper, Clerk. n lid the polls thcriuf compared and four issues of tho Stanford Interior V. L. McCarty Sheriff. New Ground for Enterprise. the result announced in the man- Journal, a notico of tho said elec' Healthful Mattresses. The vast Interior of the South Amerlier, nt tho time, nnd by the persons tion, which shall givo tho date of All children should have separata PUBLIC SALEI authorized to hold elections and said election, tho question to ho subbeds, It possible, and mattresses V ican continent, amounting to some I will tell nt public outcry on compare the polls and declare the mitted to tho voters of said district, far more healthy than feather beds. 6,000,000 square miles, is commercialundeveloped and la many parts Tuesday, October 17, 1911 results in elections held for county, and'such facts as may be necessary AJlMujBterpanes should ba remove,d at ly ' -- sp Beginning nt 10 n. m., my farm, nt night" Tor tKeT aro heavier than officers, nnd the result thereof shall to givo validity to said act. be spread upon the rccoids of this Copy. Attest: G. B. COOPEK, Buena Vista Garrard chanty, con- blankets, and not good on tba bad court ut its next regular term after 19-- 4 Clerk Lincoln County Court, sisting of 80 acres o' splendid land during sleep. tlic result is declared. (.lid containing a, seven room hou-- c PRO88IONAL AND aaj III obedience lo the foregoing orThe clerk of the Lincoln count v in good repair. Place has a splendid BU8INE8S CARDS der of the Lincoln county court, an well nt door, twjj jiood springs in court, the sheriff of Lincoln county, and the ollicers of election in the election will bo held in tlio votiil" sight of house. ; running stream thro' seveinl voting precincts embraced precincts of Wnyncsburg magisterial entire place, fruit of all kinds. Good county school nnd thicc churches in sight of in Stanford Magisterial District No. district. No. 3 of Lincoln B. D. CARTER 1 of Lincoln county, Kentucky, nre on tho 7th day of November 1911, ta house. A fine tobacco and sloe LIVERY AND FEED STABLE directed to do nnd perform all of all respects as prescribed in said or- barn, on place and all other necesf the respective duties required of der, for tho purpose of ascertaining sary outbuildings. IJ STANFORD, KY. tho will of tho voters of Waynesburg them by the laws of this commonAt samo time I will also sell A wealth in advertising and conduct- magisterial district No. 3, of Lin- couple of good work horses. 12 bend question of hogs, weighing Eflfl MEETING. ing said election, fit the preparation coln county u0on tho about 180 pound in ,n ,,, , ,,16 I7c Liueoln MA80N8' eo. F. A A. M. will meal toint No. and preservation of tho ballots and whether or not they wish cattle gen- apiece, 3 sows and pigs; lot of corn In dated cpnuuanicatloa on each nrat , iiiill--9- c in canvassing nnd certifying tho re- erally to run at Urea on the public to be void in the heap, also farming "MIS third MOtldMr ntgbti of .sob month, at and T:aa o'clock la tutirnauon main itreeet. man. sult of the vote, nnd it la directed liiL'fiway.s and tininelosed lands of implements, nil in good shape. A Roosters 4--4 ford.Ky. Member, of .tnr lodg.i are frm- that said election to be held in all said Wuyncsburg magisterial district good piano will also be offered in Ducks teruauy mvuea 10 in prMB 7c nlnnton no. respects as required by law govern- No. 3. this sale. ing such elections ami the general G. B. Cooper, Clerk. 10 Ifo Terms on day of sale. For fur- Turkeys., election law in so far os it applies W. L. McCurty Sheriff. ther information seo . --- t MACCABEES. Hides , to this character of elections. A copy A.U. Sine, Mrs. E. J. Poore. ' New feathers , , , Attest: G. It. COOPEIc, Clcrk 30 40c Dsputy State Commander Buena Vista Ky. STOCK LAW ELECTION Lincoln Countv Court. 7!Mt rc-t- d Col. T. D. English, Auct 8taaofr!, KTh ' In obedience to the. foregoing orSTANFORD TENT Succial term Lincoln County Court, N. 7. der of the Lincoln eon ity court, an Meets-:-4A Banktr Signature. held September 5th, 1911, Hon. elect ioo will bo held in the focr votTbe Hotel Clerk-B- eg pardon, tr. James P. Bailey, Judge, presiding. ing precincts of Stanford Mugistcri W. W. BUR8K In the matter of the petitioa of bat you are a banker, aren't you? nl District No. 1, of Lincoln county Tha Quest Ie, I'm a banker. tho citizens of Crab Orchard Magison the 7lh day of November 1011, in PHONE 153. Tba Clerk And now will you tell Bfflte at Residence. all respects as prescribed in said or- terial District asking for an elec- me what your naraei la, pleaaeT to be held onllbe question of CRAB OBCHARB. KV der, for the purpose of ascertaining tion Tba Guest (Indignantly) Why, I've the will of the voters of Stanford slock running at large OR. T. W. FBNNINBTON A petition signed by W. Landgraf, Juat written It on your ref later. u Magisterial District No. 1, of The Clerk I know you bare, and John Jufer, August Abt. Edwin W. Bsntlit county upon the question I'm Ttry aura It la either John It. Hours 8:M-- u a.m. aad 1 1 pjf whether or not they wish cnttbi gen-- t White, Simon Petrey, (J. D. Boone, ce Mrs or James D. Engelabelm, as4 Mease flete 8Ufer4 Ky rally to run ut large on the public W. T. Manuel, P. L. Chandler, J. G. I doa't know which to prefer. highways and uninclosed land of Livingston, J. II. Livingston, Win. WILL AOAMB Tte Guest (still mora lndlgnantly)-Wb- y. said Stanford Magisterial District Chandler, J. M. Petrey. D. Severs, it's neither. My nam la Jeter htU"n " Julius Bergner, A. Kielbasa, Nic T. BaeswlBger. n.t'u'rVcC""-- " No. . Ulutz, David Broughton, Charley SWere--, Ky. Taa 0tark-4- k tt U, ao it la. Bow G. B. Coooer. Clerk. Ph- e- tfm. Joseph Montag, Henry rsry sflatMl .tat anyway, air, yo W. L. MnCarty Micriif. Plununer, Kidder, constituting 20 votes of the matt atari 1 (Maaad rmr kasloeaa Pairs and adjusts scales at rock Crab Orchard district, was this day aooa m I aaw your Ma4wrltiaT- STOCK LAW ELECTION. bottom Dricei. Ho. hi. ..- - .,. tiled in open court, asking a submisCUTataatl Plata Dealer. beforeyou buy. Addreaa Stanford. sion of the question whether cattle R vaa&aaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaB e XI. WO, 1 Itegulur term Lincoln Countv Court, or Jii.. VVfc iiny species thereof shull be per LIVERY AT PUILIC SALE! held August 14th, 1911, Hon. Jiii. mitted to rim at large on tlio public ' DON'T BE TOO GENEROUS. DR. W. N. CRAI8, I'. Dailoy, Judge, presiding. highways ami unenclosed lands in Having decided to quit the livery Oculist 4 BMlatsw y In the matter of tho petition of the Crab Orchard Magisterial DisI will offer for sale to the with the ceraeat, time, etc., you get arficfl iever H. J. MclietertV fttare.-'ffrom us. Remember tnat all our build the citizens of tho Waynesburx Mate- - trict, uud it appearing to the satis- highest bidder on aHausferd, Hsy log materials are muca stronger than .isterial district, asking for an elec faction of the court that the per Saturday October 14, 1911, Uitt ordinary and you can therefore tion to be held on the question of sons names who nre signed to frnid Consisting of G good horses, 2 use lesa ordinary Quantities. If petition are legal voters in said dis- rugger tire bmrgics, 1 steel tire bug- you like than tell you juat how to stock running at largo: Vt No,l,MU,ll!S?!l.., we'll No. a, A pctitiou signed by C. M. Thomp slh, km a u. trict, and that borne is bhpicd by gy, 1 rubber tire ruuubout, 1 surrey, mix tbeai to get the beat results at , No. M, forth, i :m a. a. son, Morris Wall, S. U. Chevilett, O. 20 voters thereof, and that the law I light drummer wagon, 1 two horec the least cost. Come ! and aak us. No. M. North. t:M r. . No.frl10:A.a). A. Wulter, Maurice Singleton, W. O. relative to the calling of said elec- wagon, good as now, I seven bar No.a,tior. m. Haggard, V. Wutcn, W. D. John- - tion has been complied with hy said rel wagon body, 1 phaeton, 1 ono I J. A ALLEN, SlMferf, Ky. JOS. S. RICK. Aarcmt. eon. J. A. Singleton, J. A. Hart, J. petitioners, it is therefore ordered horse wagon, one spring wagon, 2 HENRY L. CASEY. D. V. S. MoKee, O. II. Cannon, J. W. that an election be held in said dis- double sets of buggy harness, 4 sets W. S. Drye Ce. Thompson, George Williams, E. W. trict ut each voting place therein, single hnrtie, 1 set wagon harness, May, Wm. Morgan, Richard Mavrard namely. Crab Orchuni Precinct No. I pair mules 7 years old, good work Former Director Animal Industry UNDERTAKERS snd EMBALMERS Wash Spaw, II. W. Waddle. B. R. I nnd Crab Orchard Precinct No. 'J, ers, i Jersey cow. Huetenville, Ky. Philippine Island. Denton. J. R. Iilevens, R. Y. Ital- at the regular November electiou, Terms : $10 and under eush, over Teushens In Inarian Unites) Stuts Army ia rd, Setb Reynolds, Dill Spradliu 1011 (to be held on the 7th day of that amount credit of six months JOHN COOK ind A. D. Morgan, and constituting November. 1911) upon the following good note (J per cent interest from Office LOQAN'8 STABLE, PhOB 4.12, more than 20 voters of the Wayne nucstion towit r "Are vou in favor of date until paid. Kale hour 10 a. m. Agent American Hog unolera Berura. Vsttrinary Suroeen snd burg magisterial district, was thU making it unlawful for cattle, includ- SaeelaHet en ll kens a S. C. White. DANVILLE. KY. Morelaad, Ky. UflftfVa Kjfs llTlIM -- Buggies! Buggies! Sale Begins at 10 a. Sharp, Monday, Oct. 16 County Court Day. 2 TOO MANY BUGGIES to carry over through the winter. Abut 20 second hand vehicles, newly painted and repaired. Some have new wheels and rubber tires. They will be sold regardless of price. NO We have also taken over the stock of Buggies belonging to the Daaville Buggy Co., with such well known brands as the Columbus, Troy and Enterprise. This is an opportunity to get any kind of a Buggy at prices unheard of. Capt. T. D. English, Auct. R. M. ARNOLD, Danville, Kentucky TIE' NEW PE0M--- Success siiti-facti- n We sold last year several New Peoria Grain Drills to be thoroughly tested in every way. The new Disc Furrow Opener followed by a shoe enables you to deposit grain in the furrow at a form depth. The drills have proven a success and we recommend them. Call and get circulars and become posted. I W. H. Higgins. Stanford, Ky. EVERYBODY 1 will be pleased with the bargains we are offering right now. L. L.SANDERS Crab Orchard Kentucky. - 41 HMKMM We Are 2c Paying today for ". 83 2c -., H. B. Northcott. T. K. Tudor. Mr. U faAiaav2i3XanF Lt'i-col- tf (it " A WA h UN, TIMETABLE ft I J-I- ystrlmraan. Ex-Vtvt- er 0s mn, TJORjp , 'Up p lynpiiinjiuMi" "H " ""''V1'iTWf'ffwpp'W' 'wi'j i. 2 'Vte THF INTERIOW WIIRML. STANFORD. KENTUCKY. FRIDAY. OCTOBER 13. 1911. CH Get Your Tickets For The Splendid & & $b o Lyceum at.Entertainment Course, STANFORD OPERA HOUSE I a Five Splendid Attractions: CHAMP CLARK OCTOBER QUARTET NOVEMBER NOVEMBER JANUARY FEBRUARY 23 10. 00 O fit o MENDELSSOHN RENO, THE MAGICIAN MUSICAL 24, 6. 29, FAVORITES ENTERTAINERS ORCHESTRAL vr Five of the greatest attractions of the Redpath Lyceum Bureau. You will never have an opportunity eeeeeeeHF'9SSSSSSfl again to get such pleasure and Hllllrj-- &'"' ' EEBBEIJ entertainment at so small a a cost. And you reserve your your seats for the entire 8 Course when you buy your tickets, Tickets at Penny's 0 0 t Drug Store. V ; ' ; l 0 0 0 0 0 0 lsHKi5SlS M II.WIIII.II .? M!n .1. t IWHil rj fr'FsllS m,m3GttR ' ' & : a : SSV aBLslllBa. itjrK Lbm, ? P eeeeeeVESeBSIpl tf; (ft i jHi jHRHBHIIHHHHHft ( o o : $2.50 $2.00 For First 8 Rows Scats For Remainder House SEASON TICKETS 3 ( 8 8 8 8o 8 3 3 8 e i 1 i m8 Wi .: 8 6 6 8 8 8 niR v? t-- Hear Champ Clark, Speaker Of The National Congress. Monday Night October 23. s yes Stanford Lyceum Club. WELCH C. HAYS j C . P c ROCHESTER. FOSTER. S. M. SAUFLEY. : 8 J. W. IRELAND P cp V m m MARSHALL STONE, BFICjWW LWT1rrB c e PUBLIC SALE! FARM FOR SALE! We will eell ptiTateiy a farm ot I will sell at public outcry to Hie about 130 acres In Lmco.n county, mile from Crab Orch- lushest and bet bidder on Kjr, ard, nicely located, mostl... bottom Saturday, Oct. 28, 1911 land, very productive. Every acre tillable, an abundance of stock water At my resilience in Crab Orchard and especlclly adapted to corn and Ky., beRinninK nt 10 o'clock sharp, rrass. Good tenant house of threo the followinf; described property. rooma on farm. Terms reasonable One house and lot where I now Apply at once to. le'.idc. House is two stories LirIi, Mf It. H. Uronnugh, Agent. C rooms, ;ood bam, outbuild-iiiRwell of wnter, none better. Tim house and lot will be sold for one hnlf cnsli, balance in 12 mouths, Wiarolnpotitlontodonliklndi of with note bearinn C per cent interinch bi Block Work. PavemanU est; lien retained. Also vacant lot ad. In fact, we can make any thing from boom down to a fence poit. We can uterre opposite Baptist church. Fine loyon promptly and guarantee nrit-cia(aiai anri mmt nnrnrlnAfl cation for building. Good well on K ana mtu bfor too bay your material t Ieat. lot. At the same time 1 will aNo sell the following personnl property: One Stanford. Kentucky mure safe in foul to Doek Gray. This mare is the dnm of the Mrs. on-hatt V S, feet :008 J 8ia aS0 g? ft e-- g - & ft l&j& g- - ftaft4fnsftjsiieftfv o & g?0ft of JutniM 17, .1911, oog 8 v-- vV Wo-Man- a&&00g-88C808- gqeg;ev00OOfK) Qi jj Q g? Q i$ Q Q j; Q g ft ?? 5 tft .V. .'S gy gt OO6H3OOOeO0OOQOO M0RELAND. Mr. J. C. Ford bought 3 suelling mules from Daud Eiibanks for "2SU Mr. Tom Rest bought u calf from Mr. June Riffe at Hustonville. Mr. Lee Vandevcer nud 'her daughter and Miss Hut el Vandeveer, of Harrodsbtirg wci the guests of Mr. and Mrs. Hurt Sliewiuaker hist week. tO0O66QJoOi5Ogto FLY r ft r c, ? n v a-- ry rt aiZ1 fx jjs SALE OF PERSONALTY As administrator 1 MISSIONARY MEETING will on Tuesday, October CONCRETING PHILLIPS BROS.. WE MAKE LOANS On approved security whenever warrant conditions it Prefer- Mark Hardin pony. 1 yearling Dock-Grapony. Dock Gray is owned by J. D. Foster, near Stunford. 5 IiirIi-- v bred Jersey heifers, soon to bo liesh, 1 Jersey eow with calf bv her side. 1 Rood cook Htove, bedsteads, 1 suit of V rarpcts, several chairs, Walnut furniture, 1 book case and desk combined, Walnut. 1 extension dininfr table, 1 larpe mirror, 1 chicken feed mill and many articles too numerous to mention. J. D. Anderssn, Crab, Orchard, Ky. y bcRinninir nt 9 A. M , nt hi- - laic residence on the Stanford awd Rush Brunch pike, about C miles from Stanford and one mile from Hubble olTer for sale publicly his personal f property consisting principally two yearling mules, six mule; one mules, one gelding; one gelding by I'nstnn; two yearling llllies, one yearling horse; two aged mares; one Jersey heifer, u lot of hogs, farming implements consisting of wagon, steel roller, plows, AGED MRS. RANKIN HURT. w heat-dril- l, mower, binder, hay rake While Mrs. Caroline Rankin of two cultivators, steel "burrow, bug- Rankin nml her daughter Mrs. Robgy, spring wagon, u lot of sheaf ert M. Tuttlc and little son Phillip, oats, ubout 10 acres of corn, baled of Fruitvale Caliornla, weredrir- straw, etc. Five shares of stock of Lincoln County National Bank, 0' shares of stock in Montieello. and Durnsidc turnpike. Terms Sums of f 10 und under, cash in hand; over that amount 3 A mouths' rredit on notes with good security, bearing C per cent interest from date. 80-- 2 J. B. Paxton, Admr. gi 17-1- 8. Mis-tiona- There will be a meeting of miss' sionary delegate-- , from all the Missionary Societies in the including the towns Danville of Middlcsbol'0, I'inewl'e, London, I'm bin. Morelnnd, Hurgin, Danville, Hiirrod-biirliichmoud, Wilnwre, McKendrei', Church, Hebron church, MitchhelUburg, 1'erryville, Iliinisiilc Stanford. Somerset, Fast llem-tad- t, This Mt. Olivet. Somerset circuit. meeting will convene October Tuesday nights at the Beginning Methodist church iu Stanford. The session will be interesting and inspiring und ill ate invited to attend. Other denominational Societies nre cordially invited. See program ue.xt week. Mrs. J. J. Dicker, Conf. Cor. Sec. et, tug from her home to the home of l.er nephew Mr. Lloyd Kuiikm last Wedne-da- y the harness becme brok en and the horse ran away. Mrs. '1'ilttlc and Phillip were thrown out of the buggv at the start and only slightly hurt, Mrs. Itnnkiu was .thrown out und her leg broken mid the outer lajer of her skull fractured und otherwise bruised and injured. On account of her advanced age, she being 80 years, of age, she is iu a verv precarious condition, although slK' is doing as well as could be e.TK'cted. Wayne County EIGHTY NLJ5 SUf 5HDfci (i i EIGHT ACRES OF LAND AT PUBLIC SALE. l will sell on - Over Half - Million Dollars Saturday October 21 1911 miles north This laud lies 2 2 of Crab Orchard on the Crab Orchard and Stnnford turnpike being part of the Holmes farm. This laud contains l?,00l cedar posts with no house. This sale will take place promptly at one o'clock, on the premises. Terms easy and made known on day of sale. MRS. N. A. GARNKR The Edward Comedy Co.. showed iu our town last week. Ilro. Martin u Sunday school speaker, spoke at tin) Christian church last Wednesday and Thursday nights The Ladies Aid Society met nt the Christian church i'lnilsiliiy evening and the cottage pi'uyer meeting met with Mrs. Randolph Coffey on Friday. Good programs were given. Mr. II. II. King went to Eubank to attend the burial of ki$ duiighter-i- u law Mrs. Henry King. Tho flirls Day prove'd to be a success on last Sunday. A large crowd of young ladies were present! GREAT CAMPAIGN OFFER. VA FOR SUMMER DRIVINO tne comfort ot both bones and drivers ihould be specially considered by securing a proper outfit of lap robe, blankets, fly nets and other necessaries from our complete aisortmcnt ot bone goods. Hero aro light, but ttrong and durable, single and double barness, admirably suited to road purposes, along wltn m hill line ot work barness of the best quality at flat ortces. J. C. McCLARY, Stanford. Ky. FALL AND WINTER STYLES. My new lull and winter sample are now read) "Tor your Inspection. Tbey comprise tbe best oa toe market can suit anyone as to price who bad his clothes niada te order. A suit made to your uieasme ii preferable to ready made clothe. To bare theia road to measure doesn't con any more than ready made whea quHlliy and (It la coaatdered. Oom la tad let m take your mure. H. C. RUPLKY, T Practical Tailor. ' J. P. Chandler, Auct. LOOKS GOOD IN BOYLE Col. Robert Evans, of Danville, the n Democratic leader of Itoyle county, was in Louisville yesterday mid called at Democratic State campnign headquarters. Col. Evans said that iu all his experience he had never seen tho Democrats of Itoyle county U o united und well organized as in this campaign and he predicts a majority of between 300 and 100 for M'Creary and the State ticket. Col Evans said the registration iu Danville showed a handsome Democratic gain and was elenrly an index of how Uoyle county was going for the nominees ;md Francis H. Douglas the Democratic nominee for Representative iu tho Legislature. Louisville Times. well-know- ence, of course, being given to eur regular depositors' FOR SALE! 187 ACRES OF FJNE LAND AT PUBLIC SALE! ; In Resources . acre of fine blue gras landSiat ha'not been plowed for Sixty-on- on, Saturday.' Jftvember 4th, 4911 years except 8 acres. This land nt 1 o'clock sharp my farm of 187 YrilTiorJffflKtoifSeyjor hemp, and hitch located' on the Huston ville and has small dwelling; plenty of McKinney turnpike, one mile from locusts for posts, and fino wood. McKinney und three miles from Id well watered. This lnnd is 3 2 This land is in a high state miles from Stnnford on the Otten-hei- of cultivation, house of seven rooms, e I Hus-tonvill- e. 1-ni will'oPfer'at public sale Notes and bills. ,$321,000 $108,000 I" Gov't Lincoln t bfids Co. bonds . 37.500 8,500 Bank house.furA.flx Cash and exchante 38.000 $501,8 have been com Arrangements pleted whereby we ure enabled to until offer the daily Courier-JournDecember 30, 1011 und THE IN TERIOR JOURNAL one full year for only $1.80. The regular price ot the Courier Journal is SO cents u month. This is a remarkable offer, and the sooner you send in your order the longer you will get the Courier Journal. The political campaign is on, keep posted by reading the I. J All orders must be sent to tho Interior Journal not to tho Courier al "XL.teeazley&Co AND DEAL-EALSO IN FURNITURE, RUQ8. THEY WILL EXCHANQE FURNITURE FOR ALL KINDS OF STOCK. OIVB THEM A CALL. PRICE RIGHT. MAT-TING- UNDERTAKER!) R Stite Bank pike, close to school. Will sell on easy terms. 75-- T W. F. Dlshon, Stanford, Ky. FOR SALE! Trust (o. gfaOTOiD, h rare. My borne containing 2 acres and 15 poles of land, 4 miles south of Lancaster 4 miles east of Stanford, on Dix River at tho forks of th Mill to Gilbert's' Crock station, store and post office, which is one mile Plenty of fruit, good cistern, good barn and and dwelling and all out- road, leading from the Dudderar's buildings, Address Prof. J. 70-Gilbert's Crek Ky, iiiawAi ktMemttt Dat-o- n, 8. and two porches never failing spring und tAO fine ponds ou 'the place three stock and one tobacco barn, tenant house of four rooms and all other necessary outbuildings. Will also offer about 30 bead of Mock ewer,, 4 mares in foal to jack mule, 1 mule colt, 1 1 buggy horse colt, 1 horse, safe for women to drive. cash, balance d Terms in one two and three yenrs, in equal installments, hearing six per rent interest. H. F. Martin, Hustonville R. D. I Bsx 88. J P. Chandler, AucL ld One-thir80-ld- p. of cultivation; house of seven rooms J. C. McClary LINCOLN NATIONAL COUNTY BANK. FRUIT AND SHADE TREES. Shrubs, Asparagus, Rhubarb, Peonies, Roses, Phlox, etc. Everything for orchard, lawn and garden. No Agents. Our prices may interest yuu. Free Catalogue. H. F. HIHoMMyor A Sons. Lexington, Ky. lMr,.J'tj Low Colonist rates to destinations lu tlie west northwest und southwest Tickets on via Southern railway. corner next to Court House Stanford, Kentucky. sale dallv September 15th to October 15th, 1011 inclusive. For further information, as any agent, A. U. Cook, DPA Louisville, E. D. Strntton, DAP, Evanville. Ind. J. C. Ream, Jr., Ad PA, St. Louis. Mp. UNDERTAKER tXS ANB KMIALMIR ICY TANPORD. 'PIMM Iff. 'PMM 00. -- afiU &o '"" - .J1y. ,W- - uUWA . V Tk -- M JP. r A J - 'j MM ..ni t.lf'i.li.lli! .un Si,,, W lKl il A ' "WC- - lEffi- -" v fttrr ,? -- r 'r-'fv- - - tr - T r- - -- ryiryTiyy THE INTERIOR JOURNAL, Snlcm, liidinnn. Thursday niul is the Slio Kin")! of Mrs. J. I).. Wrnirii. p liclnjt wnrmly greeted by Iter inniiv STANFORD. KENTUCKY. FRIDAY. OCTOBER 13. 1911. 1. j. J .. isf . ROYAL Abmotutoty Purm Economizes Butler, Flour Eggs; makes the food more BAKING POWDER appetizing and wholesome The only Raking Powder made lrom Royal Grape Cream ol Tartar V l Miss Aiiino Dunn has none to S. C, to teach in the the Deaf this icar. Mar- School fot Messrs. 0. Martin and Missew .Jane nnd Mattic Walker, shall Stone iitcd friend in been the kucMs of Paint l.ick, hn Inst l'ndny. of Mrs. .1 ('. llajs. Ilmicjiinun, of Mrs. Jones Mr. nnd Mrs II. 11. Fnrns are beunved jesterday (o iit Mr. and Mm. 0. J. CuuniiiKhnin.-I'uim- llc ing eoiiKratuInlcd by their innuy friend upon the arrival of a Advocate. son in ilioir home this weuk. Mr. . If. HiKKin? went to l, Mr. and Mr. Mat Heed, of on Wednesday to make a are rejoicing over the arrival to Mrs. Charles II. Ktwtmi. iiit of n pretty little daughter in their .Indue J. W. Alcorn went to Williamsburg on Wednesday on n short home. Mr. Joe lbjskins, of I'inevillc has business trip. I). Newlund loaxes this week been the. miet of .Mr. Frank North Tims. Went l'ml for several day. for Texas tins week on a prospect- in the Moberly, a Confederate VeterMr. ing trip. guest Mr. rnd Mrs. Will Severance scnt an from Pewce Valley, was tho days with relatives m Shelby of his old friend Mr. J. H. Higgiu, neveral scleral days. county this week. .1. was npoointed V. Ireland Miss Nancy Veneer came over lodge. from Science Hill, whrrc she is at- Oraiul Clinplnin of the grand(session tending crhool ii rd spent the week of Kentucky I. 0. 0 F., in at Louisville yesterday. rnd nt home. .Mrs. .1. 0. Carpenter, Mist" JoseHerschcll .Spainrlcr, who has b.'cu , Mrs. Hcfcie Harquite ill with typhoid fever at bis phine ('iinx-nlermotor-i- d home near Crab Orchard, is improv- din and Mr. Hubert Carpenter over to Lexington Sunday in .Mrs. ing his friend will be plad to know. to Ollie Wade Spnncler who hImi suf- Hardin's handsome Cadillac car lienr Weber's land in sacred fered from an attack of this ' I Tj" tii nt ii . d SOCIAL and PERSONAL p Lcx-iiigl- Huh-tonull- c, d Kow-liini- dis-ffl-- P, Demonstration Week of this GREAT RANGE BJI InflQw II PM Oct. 16-2- 1. arrived from OLD RELIABLE PAINT AND WALL PAPER STORE FOR SALE On account of ill health, I offer at private sale my point and wall friends lien'. W. K. Alarlcr of Phoenix. Aritnnn, paper business, prouiineiitU lorutio is hcio the truest ol her sister, Aire. on Main street in DauMile, ami cs Inhlished for J. years. The irndi (Irecnhcrry Hrinlit, I!o rime to Duimllc is an liiiino with their father and is second to none. mother, Air. arid Mr. J. l. Alnrl.T, educational center nnd grnuiii',' town who nro (1ho hero on u visit to Mrs. 1 must get out of the house. The Ilnght nnd fnmily. Mr. Mnrlcr is first customer will get a bargain on tin enthusiast over tlie prospects nnd osy terms. Don't write: run u and possibilities of the new Mutt'. A. E. Gibbons. Datiullc, K SHORT LOCALS. Foley Kidnty Pills. home, on Hast jMiiin Supply jut the inytcdients itcdnl For Sale My strength nml In liuilil u(i GStf htrcet. II. C. llniigliiniin. I lie nntiitnt notion of the kidney and Madder. Specially prepared f r We arc prepared to instnll hot bncknchc, hendnche, ncnousnes , water mid hot air healing, plumbing ihrunintisin and nil kidney, bladder 81-t- f. ivic, Conn Uros., Lancaster, nnd uriiiiirv irregularities. Sluuars nnd Tanner. A Medicine That Gives Confidence Mr. Mnrtin one of the ticld walkIs Foley's Honey and Tar Compound Mrs. T. .1. Adams til Ko. Kansas ers of the Christian church 'unlay of Kentucky will speak at Ac, Columbus. Kas.. writes: "For nuuibcr of years n y phildrun haw Mabblc next Sundav nltcruoon at been subject to coughs mid colds. I JtfO o'Vlock. At niaht he will (jie d i idpmplicait Icfllure showing inimv Foley's Honey anl Tur ami found that it cured their beautiful picture illnstrntniL miny toughs and colds, so 1 keep it in the hlinses of the w'orji. Conn- .md lieur house all the time." Hci'uso substi- bun at both services. 1 tutes. Shugiir nml Tanner. r' The ineetniK of Sen icon at the llnptist iihiircli the Stanford gmded scihhiIs wiM Sunday morning at 11 o'clock; sub- meet in the chunul of the high c!ionl ject "Forgivenccs." Kvening at 7:00 building on Friday afternoon at .1:1." o'clock, subject "The Mercy of God.'' Kvery iwlrun interested in the nf tho schools and who to secuie ii slo-NICE HOME FOR SALE tion of nil comurned is cnmeMlv A cottage, with six room, out to l ircciit and assist in buildings and two acres of land. the organiratioii. Apply to Mary T. Jones, Leb.mon. Marion County Ky. Count) .ludjje Hailey tut Will Lewis, colored under a "fl.lO bond to only the the sriiiiid jury on a (dianje preferW. S. Fish represents Iip .nnit ctrnnnest insurance com- - red by John Ilnyden, the well known nnnles. Let him keep you protected. iiisjlit man of the St. Asnpb. There seems to hnvo been bad blood beHooks for your stato nnd county tween Lewis and the llnvdens for Maxes are now ready. 'I'lcnso call some time. Jude I'miley lined 0. A and s:ie Inn) ten ttud settle. W. L. MeCarty, sheriff. Kiehardson ilnjs in jail for earryins concealed Vniiinr. uiilnu- - of tin- - bile P. deadly weapons. He rmt bim under l W. Napier, died nt her home in Crab a ponce bond of $1.")0 also. Hichard Orchard Wednesday, and the remains on and some of Ins fiumiv are said were brought nere lor lnternnent to have had Home disagreement. lit TImii-jI.iKlin vim Tf) vears of auo a control ersv over a horse between nml nns tlin mother nf Postmaster Wm. Henediet and Snm Case Jude 'I. W. Napier of Crnb Orchard and Bailey awarded the horse to Case. Will Napier. Sue leaves many ineiius and relatives to mourn her loss. Ser- James C. Dahlman. 'Cowboy' May or ol omana. "Throws tne vices were conducted at the grave Lariat." bv Mr. J. C, McClnru Mnor .las. ('. Dahlman started his career as a cowboy, and is at has I resent Mayor of Omaha, nnd blientt ot the followinu record. Dawes Co., XeU., three terms; Mayor of Chndron, two tonus ; Democratic National Committeeman, eidit vents. Mayor of Omaha, six years and in 1010 candidate for "overnor of Ne Writing to Foley & Co., braska. ( liicnxo, he savs : "I hnvo taken Folev Kidney Pills and they liave me a great deal of relief so 1 cheerfully recommend them." ours trnlv. (Sisncd.) James C. JJalilmau. Slui!.'nr.s and Tanner. rc-)t-inv-slia- te. . ii-- id Coin-pounI'HrCllt-Toill'hnnt wi-li- es er td f-'O v Mrs. J. T. llnskin To Get Ms Bcntftcial Effects; K'JXSXaA:tm.ii.mm eillWi MWH l,J IrVJU.WiLi1! Always Buy the Cenuint ! SYRUpflGS ana "V hmlkmb manufactured hyihe Sold by all leading Drvqq'isis One5izo Only, 50 o Doiile r.eonntd Combs, aged 21 nnd Miss (use, nged 17 a lmiitlomc young couple ol tb Hubble wn1 innrrieil in the cnuithoiiieu by Jndjie Itailuy hict week. Viola sc-tio- EAT BREAD And if you want qood bread order Dautihman's No. I Fancy Patent Flour from your qrocrr. He will fliaiqc you only 70 CENTS FOR A 25 POUND SACK and your family can live a whole week or lonncr nn It. Sep how little it cost to live if you will EAT BREAD made of Bnuqh-man- 's Hour. YOU CANT BEAT IT. Every sank nuarantecd to he STRICTLY FIRST CLASS. On sale in every nrocerv store In Stanford, and the majority of the stores in the county. J. H. BAUGHMAN & CO. Stanford, Ky. I Fen I her bed fur his olllcc. slo. Apply at Let me ovcrhunl your gasoliiie (irjrinc find nvnid enld weather I). Ilallou. trouliles this winter. Leave word nt the I. J. office. For S.ilc. Five and Iirnwn and some mixed ltiiuwcig. IJ. F. U. White 80-L'- p. or six dozen Leghorn iiillcts breeds. F. C. Xo. 1 Stanford. Pay your city tax now. Six per cent will be added Nov. 1st. II. D. Carter. SO-tf. Fresh Oysters just received. Fields Iiros., at Jesse Lynn's old stand. The City Council has appointed John M. Stone as, City Assessor and he has appointed T. D. Newland, Jr.. as his assistant. Phone No. 168 for fire insurance nn your tobacco in barn. R. M. New-lan- d Aqent. I am paying highest prices for fresh eggs, chickens nnd nil kinus of country produce. Fields Uros., Stanford nt Jesse Lvnn's old stand. i 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 selling them at prices so low that you will wonder how it can be done ..All wool suits from $15 to $30... Can tit you at any price as we r.re sellinq about 200 suits at half price in order to make room for our biq fall line. The home of Hart Schaffncr & Marx all wool Clothes Itamshiug catarrh with llyomei is a pleasant task, no nauseating drugs just breathe it. G. L. to swallow Penny guarantees it. Outfit $1. Separate bottles .r0 cents. Hrcaks up n cold ii, er night I Don't Miss it. See the South Bend Malleable in Operation before you buy Free, only demonstration week a set of the highest grade cooking ware obtainable. Come and try our hot biscuits and coffee all week Cooking troubles and vexations eliminated the minute you install a Local stockholders of the Henry Fire Iusuruncu Company, Kentucky's own, were greatly pleased to receive their first dividend checks Although in operation this week. little more than a year the Henry Clay is doing a splendid business, and if Kentiiekians will really do its support as they should, it will soon lie one of the biggest insurance companies in tho country. Local Agent It. M. New land is much gratified at the showing his company is making, lie recently obtained tho full amount of insurance on tho Cnoy county courthouse in the Henry Clay nnd is writing much other largo business in tlii splendid company. Cla CiirpiDiDs & Wearen, Stanford, Ky. has helped countless thousands of thin, weak, delicate children made them strong, plump and robust. It creates an appetite, aids digestion, fills the . M Watch for tho hi Cooking Exhibit at Georeo II. Farris Monday Octo ber 16th, to the 21st. For Snle. My house and lot on Whitley avenue near Miller street lloutjo contains file rooms and sum mcr kitchen; running water, nnd there is a good cistern on the place lot is 4 IS feet long by 70 feet and has n stable nnd nil necessary outbuildings. A bargain E. Wilkin-fo75-Stanford. n. 8. veins with rich red blood. 1 m MALLEABLE This is the latest creation in range construction and we will appreciate your looking if you do not buy. After illness or loss of weight from any cause, it brings strength and flesh quicker than anything else. ALL NEW GOODS. A Partial List of Fall Goods just Received. OJWQSISrS S An expert demonstrator from the factory will be with us and show you die many advantages Jfound only on the MALLEABLE. Everyone cordially invited to be with us andyour presence will be appreciated, we assure you. Truth in Old 8aylng. There la an old ns the hllU saying that men who cannot manage their own finances arc exactly tho ones to And look after those of a nation. because It Is too true Is the reason why It la an old saylne. Irrespective as to what Dun or llradttrcct may say to the contrary $100 Reward, $100. Irut Ibrra tbit Iim.ii atllA t IA h The trtien to ol thU Catarrh. llaU'a Catarrh Cure la Ui onljr positive rure now anuwrt to rneuicai irawuur tawiu Iwlnc a ruutltutlunal dtoraan. rtquin a coiutltu-tioatnalmcot. Hall a Catarrh Cure la Ukrn ra htooU and nmcou-urliratumi dlmllr upon the drelniylm tlie ol the nilriu. therebylvln the patu-u-t (CHiudatlon ol the dura, and trvmth br building up the constitution and aaust-lu- g nature In doing lu urk. The nroprlrtora hare i much lalth In He curatlie poecra thai thcr onrr One ilundmt Pollan lor any rase that It laili tu cure. rWod lor Ifel ol tntlninnuia Addme F. J. CIlb.NXV CO.. Toledo. O, hokl br all DruiKlatt. Tie. "ale lltil t'aui' Y I'UU lor coiuUpati' . pp will h plrtud to kni one ilrrnJrU dlwuc tint Klrora ruf in all lu iU'm. ami ibat la WmB x m tu BETSY'S POINTERS: iwii Geo. H. Farris, stanford' -- AXju- Ky- - o 0 He'-henh- ah s "Molly thinks it is possiblo to train n husband to perform many but one of tho most i suful feats, ilif ficrilt is to teach him to buy economically for" tho household. I just ft i rite n note, send mv husband to & & & ct t offev & Coleuinn's and hack comes posted ist ii hut 1 ordered and just how 1 want it." (1. Hem an Uiihulz. llut COFFEY A COLEMAN, J II. Manning C. M. Allen, Prompt Delivery, 196. .... Phone Uros. We have just received a pretty line ot dress goods in Serges, Mohairs,! etc.. and in all colors. Also new line of Silks and Satins and trimmings to match. We handle only goods of quality and guarantee prices. Come In And Look Them Over. j a aaoa o $0 ao Hughes, Martin & Co., stamorcj, ivy. -- , JlJL ,J - .JL. 5 & ajiLwjaeuBJ&o'jjjtate. 'tHf' H i I'B tim qmMnniiw' uM0niJqftiimtmtffmmmimffmtim rr n FRIDAY. THE INTERIOR JOURWAL, THE FARMERS Illsck Iterkshirc bonrs rhiokens. ('. C. Withers, Route 2, Stanford. Ky. Tor rent for 1012, my farm on HaiiRinjr Fork, containing 120 acres. Mrs. Jessie Stair?, Stanford, Kv We havfl n buyer for n farm ot about 100 acres well improved and on pike. If you have anything near this, lint St with us. Hushes & Mo 62t Cnrty, Stanford. For Itint. 100 acres land with four room cottage larpc tobacco barn, 2.') nctra for small grain, 10 acres in meadow, G. acres tor coin and tobacco N. . I'ijicm, Huston 80-3Aillc, Ky. Jersey heifer Kstray, weigh about GOO, short, crooked horns disappeared nbout six necks go. Reward, C. K. McGinn. More-lanFor Snip. STANFORD. KENTUCKY. 0CT01ER 13. ISIf. 1 SOLD THE WORLD OVER. nnl ltufC OrpinRton BIG STOCK SALE f'j I ESElKlbLKm ' TIlE Haammaamws m 1. W-m- d, d cattle nt 'Shelby also sold county buyers a to the bunch of 49 head of about the same weight at the same price. Rend J. Hoffman's ad of his snle Some class to this at Morelund. W-.Ky. Moii'liiv was one of the bct court days seen in Stanford in n- - uiv moons There were nbout 1,000 cuttle on the of stoppers nt from $4.25 to $110. market and trading was biik. A The White livery stable sale ut mule colls were on number of nice Morcland is tomorrow, Saturday, hand but fancy prices nre wanted 14th. and not on the 11th ns the I.the .1. by their owners and Imyei ore ihy-in- g had it errouneoiisly in previous at thu figures asked. See advertisement of fine Muff Clarence J. Sipple, of London, to be offered. bought three was here tin week and car loads of corn from V. A. Trib-bi- o A big crowd attended the R. 1. (lose sale near Danville Wednesday, and at CO cents a bushel. M. F. fhonip- Mr. A. W. Gaiter nnd Mr. Robert everything sold well ol Nicholusville, bought the farm Hind both of Honolulu. Hawaii, pur- chased in Kentucky 27 head or re- -j f 203 aeres nt 08.(i0 nil acre. J. H. Raughinau nnd Charley cistcrnl Hcrefords at from $200 to Resides the above Lutes sold to S. II. Kuugomnu and 4500 per head. flock they have purchased n number Tom Nuniielley 00 head of light yearlthoroughbred stallions. ing" this week, nt four cents. They of jacks These good live slock sales to such will be sent to Casey county to fatfar way .ountries indicate that ten and grow. Kentucky still stands preeminent IV. J. F. Peyton sold, to J. 11. throughout the world for its fine Rnughman Monday 10 steers weighbreeding animals. ing from 000 to 800 pounds at $4.25 J. If. Raugliinnu sold to Crutcbcr u hundred. and Trouton, of Jessamine, court J. C. Price, of South Cniolinn, who U Pfff?REAT Thursday, Oct. 1 9, 1 9 1 1 I 45Q head of Horses, Mules, Jennets, Cattle, Hogs HORSES Weanling Colt out of Western mare. Weanling Horse Colt out of a Pence mare by Dr. Munson Weanling Horse Colt out of Percheron mare by George Hurr Weanling Filly Colt out ot Golddust mare by Ashland Brook 1 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 ot Percheron mare by German coach horse 1 good 3 year old mare in foal to George Hurr 1 3 year old registered saddle mare, in foal to Bohemian King 1 4 year old registered saddle mare, in foal to Carroll Preston 1 7 year old mare by Pence, in toal to The Warfield I 8 year old Percheron mare in foal to jack 1 4 year old mare by Dignity Dare in foal to jack. 1 5 year old mare, coach stock, in foal to jack 1 6 year old mare, Percheron stock, in foal to jack 1 7 year old mare, coach stock, in foal to jack 1 1 1 1 offer for sale at auction at my farm between ft Crab Orchard and Somerset turnpikes, one mile from Rowland and two miles from Stanford oil I will A. .a. .. . .rat. ' and Sheep ."" day Ct head of !)00-poun- $4.(1". Nuniielley & Charlev Lutes bought 20 yearling steer of T. W. Jones & Company this week for which be paid fl.10. Ho sold to various parties here court day 50 vearlings at from $4.2.i to $1.00. Mr. Lutes bought of J. 1 1. Raughman & Co.. .r8 head of feeders which welshed 1,150 pounds nt $5.25. He nlso bought 40 head of export tattle to go November 1st at $5.75. Mr. Litos bought in the West End of Lincoln for Simon Weil 200 head sale was' here court day buying a car load of mules, bought a horse mule of A." C. James for $172.50. Kstray hog came to my place this week. Owner can get same by pay-- , ing for this advertisement njid the 80-- 2 keep. W. C. Shanks. (leorge D. Boone sold Inst week Lis farm of 240 acres on the Somerat u set pike to Tschauz price of about .6.900 or 7.000. Jo. Phillips, the mule buyer of Lebanon, was in the West End last week getting mules colts. He picked up a nice bunch paying from $100 to $110 for them. Powell & Depp, of the West End sold to Robert Nave, of Hnrrodsburg a nice mare mule colt for $135. . JACK STOCK 1 1 1 V. PUBLIC SALE! Havlna decided to no west, we will offer for sale to the hiqhest and best bidderon THURSDAY NOVEMBER 2, 1911 At 10 A. M., the followinq property, consisting of 375 acres of fine Blueqrass land, situated In the famous Camp Dick Robinson section of Garrard county. Ky., 6 miles from Danville, 8 miles from Lancaster. dwellinq. o mile off Lexlnqton turnpike on good county road. porches, 2 qood cisterns at door, dwillinq illuminated with acetylene qas, all necessary outbuildings. 2 large tobacco barns. I qood stock barn, I large silo, 200 younq fruit trees iust beginning to bear, farm s well Farm will be sold In two watered and in qood state of cultivation. tracts and as a whole, then taking tlie best bid. Terms on Farm. One half down, balance in I. 2 and 3 yerrs at 6 per cent per annum. 40 head of fat cattle, will weigh 1300 pounds. 4 head CATTLE. milk cows anil 3 calves. 7 brood sows and I boar. MULES AND HORSES. I pair mare mules 15 3-- 4 hands, 8 years hands. 3 years old. I pair mare mules old. I pair mare mules 15 15 2 years old. I mare mule 15 4 hands. 5 years old. I hands. hands 2 years old. 5 yearlinq mare mules, qood ones horse mule 15 3 suckling mare mule colts. 3 good brood mares in foal to jack 5 to 10 gelding. I vears. I 3 year old harness mare, a dandy. I family mare. 500 bales geldino, qood driver. I cf good timothy hay. Farminq machinery of every description, includinq 6 horse power Fairbanks-Mors- e qasoline enqinc, also Ensilage cutter and crusher. Household and kitchen furniture and other articles too numerous to mention. Terms made known on day of sale. Dinner on grounds. Farm will be sold promptly at 10 o'clock. Of land, stock and crops. m -2 -2 3--2 3 year old jennet bred to. W- T. Robinson's big $3,000 Mammoth jack 4 year old jennet bred to Baughman's Napoleon 9 yearold jennet heavy in foal. - MULES 18 mule colts some of which are 1-- 3$ already weaned. 16 yeaiiing mules to be sold old horse in pairs, well mated. 2 well matched and well broke sorrel two-yea- r 15 3 year old sorrel mare mules, fit to ship. hand mules. 2 well matched 15 hand brown mare mules, 6 years old, fat and ready to ship 2 well mated 10 good work mules from 3 to 9 years old, all fat. 4 3-- 4 CATTLE old Jersey cow, fresh by or before 2 yearling Jersey heifers, fine stock 1 blue-roaweanling Short horn heifer calf. 6 weanling; bull sale. 1 beautiful calves, 2 of which are "Peacharenoes" 10 plain yearlings. 10 good yearlings, 80 extra yearlings weigh from 500 to 750. 100 Good and extra good feeders from 9O0 to 1,000. These cattle will be sold at 11 o'clock. 3-ye- ar ir P n I. Sallie F. Pence & Sons. I. M. DUNK. AIICTIONKF.lt 1 Kentucky. Marksbury. and under cash in hand. Over that amount, cash or a good note, due in eight months, bearing 6 per cent, interest. Sale wilrbe held ram or shine. Dinner served on the grounds. Col. J. P. Chandler, Auct. Tehn8-$5- 0 Listed Hampshire boar; ready service. 1 Listed red boar ready for service " SHEEP 150 good Kentucky bred sheep. All young mouths. .v vl MAKES lire's WALK EASY W. H. SHANKS, EATS WHAT HE LKES three-ycnr-old Stanford, Ky. discouraged it EwjXECjg: EBEEEEv-'- i P - Ki.... a2!eeeeW SAM ROBINSON . - . ... m r; Stanford, Ky. The I. J., .carries more lunu und pis, und lights $3(0.30. Sheep-Rec- eipts PUILIC SALE OF STOCK T. J.' Hill sold last week 100 200- - snle ndvertisint; than any other I will on OSS head; mnrket stead) D. HoltzcUw at country puper in Kentucky. There's to B. uound ho It is easy ts convince yourself 0. Saturday Octeber 21, 1911. Twenty thousand n reason. ut $1.50(u)3.40; lambs steady at (3 iosue of thu Interiorpeople rend each Journal. Sell the following stock to the highthat the "CR0SSETT" is (arthe est bidder: 2 broodmures in foal to best made at any price. We are juok, 3 mure initio colts, 1 horse colt: 1 Chester .lew-e- ll showing about thirty styles in all The cipreeelon occur to many time la letter (rem filly. These hordes aro ood .rivtick women, " 1 we completely dteoouraded." And ill era ers mid workers; 14 Southdown ewes leathers, Patent, Tan, Cun Metie alwaye jfood reaion (or the diacouradeoKnt. Year of THUMB. A eredit of six months pain and tuffcriatf. Doctor alter doctor triod la vain. al, Velvet. Vlci Kid in Lace and on notes ut six per cent interest, .ill'' Medicine dolas no laetini food. H no wonder that N nt;;otiiiblt! und p.tyuhle nt the Crulr the woman (acU ditcourafed. Batten In the new high toe. Come to dtoeptlea k It wW or avrtMW ,.that, la the opinion conatlaatloB. blUeaanaee. headaehea, ,ai Orchard Dank. Thowanda ot tbcaa weak and tick women have (aaad on the atoiaacn and atmllar ooaaaUiaU to learn health and courage retained a the remit ol the uae of aad at any oruc aton 0. V. SI'ANCJLKIJ, Crub Orchard, in and net a pair while we have of thouaa4a, la K ? In A nettle ioan M a you Mty dictation mm It.'fatni -H toacatrou-ble- , for make eeaU or of dollar, but If yourwlal: 8l-3H arat aaad to a (eat cuatmsiatd to and.' your size. Dr. Pierce's Favorite Prescriptioc 1t K- la Dr. CaMwall'a to Dr. CaldweH and he will nwl) do aa. Tha rwilf a tree aarapla, bottle, aent dlreet to youi CINCINNATI MARKETS. BytVfPfftlm ,,, -,r adaraaa. You will ,aoon, admit that yot 2 It etablibc refulerity, heal iaiamaatlea aad uleara-tio-o, We H know tfcoralue of imh "Mfta hava found eomethln to reslaca aalta Cincinnati, O., Oct. 12. Cut, tie aad cure weaknee. Vaaftamm ami eataaKlea. breath Mrfumaa aad otaei la IniUceatlon, and add to tola aoraa Peoala wW ourt Heceipts l.O.'tO head; market gen eaptlonal laxative lacndtaaU and you taaaparary raliefa. mukbs vBnie women mritottQ ye aarnianeatly; i have a truly wonderful remedy. Mr, T. erullv steudy at Monday's prices; XND SI9K WOMBM WMSU.. Dr. Caldwell Ooaa net faal that th Wi Worthy of Forerthe. Oa.. got to the purchaaa ot bla reaaedy anda bla obll steers .f .'1.605.00; heifers $2,50(a Mat where a oowd not area eat or Kcluie ubtltutc oferad hy uaaerupuloua drvdjiaca He ana aaeetalMed la etomaoh r.10; cows fl.50(a)4.0.'. Calves eat vegetaUaa and attar many year of bewel eHaeaaea for. over forty lor tai reuaeia rcmeay, eeeUna-- - ha fwiad the cwt In Br! OaieV llrar and will ba BMaaad to frtra th Steady ut $3.50((i!8.75. Hops yeara Siek women ere invited to coatult by letter, fret. All correepoadeaaa wett'a Syrup feaaln, Mr. Ratdy Keener of reader aad advice on the aubject fre any 3,077 head: mnrkct cenerully Mellsa. 111., wnm la tna eame atriatly private and caoraiMy confideatlal. Write without (ear and without .All ara.walcoma Va wriu w t dteament wttnWa atoataok. took aVnia of charce. hiat. Whathar tor the medWladvte 10c lower; puckers $0.40)0.80; lea to World' Dipeary, R. V. Pierce, M. D., Prea't, Uuffalo, N. Y. raealn aad la aow. cured. Hundred of or tba free aaaiDla addreaa him De st;ip f3($.V2.'; common Dr. Plerea'a fUeient feWt raduhta and (nvltforate Mmacb, liver aad sowk tC'CO otaara wui ipaajy teewiy, W. B. Caldwell. Ml tJaMwatt Ual4U bowel. Sutr.colcl, tiny daaulaa, cay lu take a c.ody. luaraaUat cw for taMajaaUan. MeattaaUo, Pi. AFTER TMINB FREE SAMPLE h jLL-- j radr ttir a p. kw -- ..- k an it lie-reip- ts klii