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The Stanford interior journal: October 20, 1911 The Stanford interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images Shelton Saufley Stanford, KY 1911 int1911102001_sn85052022 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. The Stanford interior journal: October 20, 1911 The Stanford interior journal Shelton Saufley Stanford, KY 1911 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. VOLUME XXXVIII NO. 83. BIG CROWD ATTENDS The Stanford Interior Journal. STANFORD, LINCOLN COUNTY. KENTUCKY, HUDAY, OCTOBER MARGARET 20, 10fl EVERY WON'T TUESDAY AND FRIDAY. $27.2'.. 10 METHODIST WOMEN Hold EPHRAIM KILLED PENNINGTON I DAVISON. Pos- WILL SHANKS' SALE $27.25. 25 Sheep to lieu Mnttiu nt ..'U0 Fine Bunch of Stuff Offered. And 20 Steers to J. D. Whilchouso at Geod Prices Prevail. Showing $23.00 a head. Stock Market Active. 20 Steers to S. I). Turner at $28.50 10 Steers to W. A. Matcher, same A tremendous crowd utteiidcd tliu price. second minimi sale of W. IL HIimiKh 11 SIcom In II. D. Holtfclnw nt ut his $2,75 a head. which wits lu'M Thursday piLi. Col. J'iu fa nil mi tho Somerset 10 Steers to 8. I). Turner nt $30.-5- 0 .,' P. Chandler cried the sale nml a heiiiL Kept things moving all day. A Uno 13 Steers to S. I). Turner nt $51.-1- 0 burgoo dinner was nerved and n head. hy everyone. U.-f- l) 18 Steers to S. I). Turner nt throughout the Ilidding wiim brisk n head. ln, 11 iniinher of prominent buyer 15 Steers to J. M. Huughmitii ut being Iiere from u distance. Tim eaga head. erness with which the offerings were 17 Steers to ame ut $IL8". the condition of mapped up shows Jriinctt In Dick Pettiw, $57.50. the market right now, and that feedJeimett to II. I). lloIIoluV. $10. ers lire hunting for the riplit kind Jennet to J. II. Foster $115, of stuff to tnke care ot their crass Jennet to Jim Knbrrx $30. sales nmdo during Ibis fall. The Mroncho coll, W. U. Unities $50. llio day were ns' follows: horse, J. C. Itroiiclio coll Kmil Ilimson $.j. $110. Kill-- i cllnw Hroneho mare. W. I. Mroncho colt. W. H. lliiincs $30. aid $50 Mroncho yearlinu, Jim Honors $10. hotse. ,htn x western cur-olSame to "Felix Whito $20. (foyers $.'17..rl. Same, 1. I). Iloltuchiw I5. Mroncho flll, Dick Killian $20. Sumo to Jim Rouen 3(i. Hroncbo lllly. Win. Wilchor $27.o0 Same to W. P. Kincnid $31 colts Dick Killian Pair broncho Same to 11. I). Moltrclnw $27. Sumo to W. P. Kincnid $35. Mroncho filly. J. II. Ituughiiinii Same, II. I), lloltrclaw $28. ?'-- .VI. Morse imilc colt, It. D. Moltn-lanitine Dr. .1. G. Carpenter $J". ..S2.50. .$TtUi0. Same Win. Wilcber .Mare mule colt, Mird Matheny $75, Jim Roger. gelding. Mronch d innre, John R. Rus- Steers to Elmer Dcnthernge nt PUBLISH NAMES HENRY TRAYL0R DROPS DEAD AT COUNTRY HOME Interesting and Instructive Missionary Conference Here WEDNESDAY NIGHT Meets Bloody The mintinl meeting; of the Worn-nil- 's .5 2-- d . I'.' J.ro-- ., Mare ninle coll. J. II. Uir $!.. Tntc C. I It. Morse mull i,7.')lt. dt. Same $ll2..rj0. Morse mill (.i. "' Ktuhry colt by Dr. Mnn-oi- i. M. Mare by Pence, .Jim Rogers, $.o. Iim'ft colt. Jim William- - JSIL Pence mare. Jim Ho.'ors AI.V'. onrlims fill. Dr J. G. CurMiitcr ' Uoic '!. Marc I'.v Kentucky Squirrel. H. (lover $105 Mrood mare. J. II. Woods $110. llrook. II. D. Flly bv MolUelnvv $07.50. Hroo.l marc. Dr. J. (I. Cnrp"ter Mird Mnthoiiy Mare mule coll. $80. Mrood mare. Dr. J. O. Carpenter. gelding M. 0. Gov- Four- - ear-old ltJ..'.(l. .r tHU. Morse mule colt .1. II. Woods .T7-.r- jl). Horse mule coll. $77.."iO. Dr. J. 11. Car Morse .same. Mare Morse Mnro M.J.Vt. Marc Same J7( Jidiu Cress $02..0. mule colt. Lee Wnnkiii $". mule coll. .1. P.. Foster..") mule coll M. D. Holtjclnvv mule coll. imil car-ol- d coll. Mird Mnlhcuy SI mare by Kenliiok) quirrel. M. D. Mollclaw lt.7.10. Morse mule coll. Dr. Carpenter Four-- ) -- .II. Yearling Yoniling s'JO. hoie horc J. mule. mule. J. M. Foster C. ShanU M. Foster $8.". Shanks $h!l.u0. Same. iS2..'0. Dr. J. 0. Carpenter Muni'. iiinc. Same. $77.00. Same, I . Shanks $82.."i0. Same. Same Same. C. Same. Snuie. .Slime, Dr. CiiriH'ntcr. $l7.."0. C. Shanks f77.fj0. Dr. Cnisnter $tPJill. Sniiii'. Jim Rogers $.V. C. Shanks $00. Gallic. George Wilder $ 100. Same Dr. Carpenter $77.50. .Same In same. 77.50. Pcrcheon lllly. Sid Mei $i:i0. Same. Dr. J. U. Carpenter. $S7.50 M. P. Holtclaw Mrood mure. Same. Same. C. Shanks $8"i. ii.S7.50. Miood mine. K. P. Woo.U $00. Pair Fov $2.V2. ."ill. Pair ui.ire mules horse mules. Mr. Pair 1'ive-yeiir-o- ld lioi-- e mule- -, same marc mule, W. I'. mare four-year-ol- d, Hiirlon, .$212.50. Four-vciir-o- ld mule, John Mr. Mr. t rem, 107.50. Mure mule, Fox $177.50. Mare mill foiir-yeiir-ol- Pni'r hnre mules J. D. Ends, $275 hnrso mule, CarThreo- - ear-ol- d roll Shank. $120. Pair lined mules. Mr. Fo :i:i7.50. Yearling horse mule, W. It Pish-..- ii $100. Muro luule. W. Ik Murton $155. Horse, mule to wiiuc $125. Muro mule cull. John Lnir "0' Mure mule colt, John biir $75. Pair horse mules. It. M. Woods 300. Two bull calves. A. T. Xuuuelley 17.25 each. Jersey cow and calf, W. T. Tucker $13." Two heifer calves, Dr. Carpenter 13 ouoh. Jersey heifer, Adam Peneo $21. Jersey heifer, W. T. Tucker, $21. '20 Calves, Logan Thompson at $10 20 Steew, Will Matheny ut $52. , Steer lo S. D. Duuouit at !'.. ,7T...II. Missionary Society of the Kentucky Conference, Danville District, convened at tho Methodist church here Inst Tuesday evening; ut seven o'clock, and adjourned Wednesday evening; nt 0 o'clock. Tho attendance was only fuirly j;ood, runny who sent in their umnes failing; to come. The local attendance was mmdThe proceedings of the meeting.' wcru deeply interesting; to those who have a heart for missionary work. Fine nildrcsses wero muifc: by Mrs. llerniaii Mowmnr, of Versailles, Mr. Musscy, of Miiruside, Mrs. Arnold, of Damillc, Mrs. Dickey, of Stanford, 'Mrs. Spilmuu, of Murrodnhurg; besides a number of others. The noon lincli Wednesday in the olllee of the State Rank mid Trust Company was abundant and delightful, and gricnllv euioved by all. The address of .Mis. Kpilmaii Wednesday night wns listened to tiy n lnig;u mid wus pronounced one of the best missionary addresses evei delivered in tlus city. and told of seeing the Secretary of Wayne County This Year. The next meeting; will bo held m Stute's clerk milking out uutomobile Mnrroil.sburm The dolomites were licenses for ear owners over the delighted with their ciitcitniiimcnt, That Kentucky cm increase her state. Me said that the Secretary of sell. $132.50. each claiming to have bad the hct yield of corn lo a grcit i..ten: is State usually received the license Morse mule colt, Dr. Carpenter lion"1, nml each holm; the host shown by the records which have fee of $10 from the cur owners in $77.50. the form of a personal check. The to nme $90. Morse ninle colt, been made by the boys' corn growing drummer said that be saw about a Morse mule colt, to Mime $00. clubs in 'many counties ot the stale, dozen of these checks, for 10 each HUST0NVILLE which have been organized by the on the Secretary's desk, which bad R. E. L. SIMS PARDONED A little son has armed nt the State Commissioner of Agriculture. been returned to him marked "No In. me of .Mr. and Mis. Hurry I). Fre Reports just luilde to tlr depnitmeiit funds," by the hanks upon which Acting Governor Cox Savs Local Mis. A. J. Adams has returned ut Frankfort show that live bovs in they were drawn by the automobile from Danville utter u plcauul visit Wayne county siicceeilel in grind- owners. Me said that he noticed Man Has Suffered Enounh to tho Missis Kccd. ing more than 10(1 Ihimu'U of cum two of the checks wero from Dan.Miss Ethyl Ellis nml Mr. Vcruou A ville. There were no Lincoln county in from Frankfort to the acre'. One boy grew 112 iiu-- h Wednesday's, papers niiiI' "AcIiiik Lear, ot Mtuchiud, were hole limn els. Thcie arc more 7,000 ear owners unable to cash a $10 (!ov. . II. Cox today granted a parboys entered in the corn growing cheek, so far as he could recall, Mod Weatherfi.nl - Inniie for a eontsts. The contests i Ii se the Inst which i.s something to be proud of. don to R. E. I., him, of Lincoln county, who is now out on parole, few days. Ibis month and in Iov ember th" Dr. f. K. (Irilli f DaiiMllc. mol- - of GENERAL NEWS NOTES him was. sent up for ohiIiI years for clubs will have u insctiiig and the In oreil to Mustouvillo for a lew hours mimed Parris. killing a man will be nwiirdcd lo the boys prises 1001! tin. Prison Cominirsioii granted Friday. The body of Justice Marian wa best shotvin. Misses l.ula Mar Mriiec, of Dan- who have made the corn club this buried nt Rock Creek comofery it him u parole In his icii-n- ii for the Lincoln count v had no Washington. The funeral ,vas atpilldoii, Gov. (nv mim he looked in- ville, Sotie Alcorn, of Stnulonl ami ciir. hut should by al1 ineiin have tended hy many notable persons. to the evidence cniefiilly ami is A lime Kiuiiaird, of I.aucuster, were one next year. toiiMiiccd that Sims Is entitled to u j; nests ot Mis Ada Alcorn Inst week The report of the (oaiinis-ar- v Mr. John Allen has nuted the Renoial of the United Stales Army full panloti. ii he has sullered BIG TOBACCO RALLY recites that a substantial saving has for his uct, or crime, if any. Cnrpcnter place, purclm-c- d last Saiutun nt day by C. K. MeClure, of .More-- , To Be Held in Lexington bv Buriey icsiilled by the elimination of eli.ck-o- ii was furred upon him, his iiaviui; killed from the menu of soldiers. or wounded seonil laud, and is moving there this week. Society on October 2G. The Turks ate showim; liht. They men." Mr. Sims' many local friends Mr. mid Mrs. Tale will move to the his place Mr. Allen leaves. upon him killed 100 Itnli.iijs m a skiitni-.l- i will coiunitlulntc e g.o Inb.icco Miiil'oo mid barley Mr. Joe Will Rout mivo a delii'lit- of Tripoli curly in tile week. toitiiue. v.'ill ill chestnut hunt Satuiihi. Those iiiiuhty well together and tiieie Chinese revolutionists Tho and who went were Miss Eliza Rout, ho pletitv of both at l.'xiii'.'liiii on imperial troops engaged in a fierce FOOT BALL SATURDAY. October 20th when the Hurley To engagement at Hankow Wednesday 'Miss Mcssie llaiiu'limuu. Miss Ada J First Game Here to be Between Alcorn. Mis l.ula Mae Mruce, Miss bacco Society will launch its big with the indecisive. Tho Alnrgrarct Mi Coiiuaek. Mis High School and K. S. D. Boys. Sadie pooling campaign under the icports from Pekiu however ISig:iiman, Mis .l(i,'plinie S.iiididvre, plan and will s'nrt .Turk for ils 'liiim victory for the imperial troops There will be n jjient mime ot Miss Marmirct Davis. .Mis, .Vnuie inuuimolh tobacco I'aclorv in wbiih The eiiies(rian statue of Oen toot ball here Pridav afternoon Kiuiiaird. Miss Alhe Stii'.'i;. Miss So-li- e to iimuufncturc the growers' tobacco John M. Morgan was unveiled at 'Ihiu-dnOctoAt Lexinutoll on Alcorn, ami Mi-- s Ki.se McCor; when the Lexington Wednesday with'impres. team ot the K. S. D. bankiv ceremonies, witnessed by inaiiy at Danville will play the uudefeated mack, Messrs. Ileniy l!,iug;hliiiii, ber 20. every tolucco grower, viimiau learn from the Stanford limb School Hudson Molion, llug:h Saudidm' and er, meiehniit nml ovciy mm, welfare of (he .survivors of his eommaud. child interested in the and Dr. Cay Carloton Leo delivered the The firt mime on the homo uroimds Will Slavm Marry Camuit anied home on of the tobacco grower everywhere ilcdieatory oration. promises to bo the. best game , Monday. Mo will play with the St. invited to cnine and hear a full exPhiladelphia won the tliiul the .season. planation of both the pooling ion-traThe Danville team defeated the I.oivjs Nntionnls next year and h hall game lrom Xew York nud the proposition to Mutt the Tuesday by .'I to 1. milking the series Frankfort Inch school by the score friends believe he will have a Hue A large number of tobacco factory. then Maud two to one in favor of of 11 to It. Last Saturday Stanfolil season. Dr. O. S. Williams has purchased speaker;, will be on baud and .i big the athletics. defeated Somerset 1.1 to 0. Thcll yo'l There was no game promised all who attend the Wednesday on uccoiuu' of rain- sec there will be a battle royal, (lo an Owilaml automobile, which will time Lincoln county will itiidoub;-l- y j ally. out nml sec it. Admission 25 cents. be here in u few send over a number of pro'inVcut Mi. and Mrs. J. M. Rout me COMMISSIONERS Services ut the Maptis't church SALE Mr. ami Mrs. Engine Pope nt tanners lo the affair for interest in the week ami will continue throtmli the pool was just getting npe m Lincoln Circuit Court possibly into next week. Ever body I i.i u villc S. II. Shanks. , F. M. Phuitiff is cordially iutitod to attend tbe.se Mrs. Charles Wheeler nml Miss this section when the pool was 1 ..... Wmi- - nun en. ! .if... .... off under tho old pl.'.i. sen ices. Services each evening 7 lllack llogrlo are in Sotneiset for n I't'icilllllllls, Piir.-unto a judgement render P. M.. Sunday morning scivice 10:15 few iluvs. ed in the above stylc.L cause at the Juit Llk That. Dr. Edward Alcorn lin- - returned Sunday evening; 7 P. M., Sunday ! shall not permit you." he de- February term. Mill 'if said court, school at 0:15 Sunday inoriiin- -. from Iluio, Okla., wheie he visited clared, "to trample on my love with the umlci'simicd commission r will on his son, Carlisle Alcorn. "I shall not do It." aba Monday, November lilb, at DAVIS' STORE o'clock Miss Prill N'cwberu has returned Impunity." saucily replied, for she had Just been P.M. (Tb- first day of the Lincoln ii fioui n visit to her mint, Mrs. Invited to go to dinner with the son Circuit Court), in trout of the court has bad the Keenou at MarroiNhurg;. This iieiKhborhnod "When I to lose two of its best Mr. Magrg;ie Dunn has the mis-fu- of a Pittsburgh millionaire. do It with house door offer for sale at public trample on your love I shall oiilcry to the highest ami best bidI). Bonne and Fred litirciis, (1 ii no of spraining; her v risl a few my feet." der the following described tract of Mniiiswei'.'. bulb of whom have -- old lays agio. laud, or so much thereat us will bo Miss Marmucl MeCurnmek was their fm ms ami tire plannim; to HAPPY WOMEN ir the griiest of Mr. Preston L. Mick Plenty of Them in Stanford And necessary In pay the judg mint leae: The former would buy hereinafter referred lo and the cost from a thorouhbied trotter lust week. Good Reason For It. of Ibis action, "n certain tract of Ellis, of Mr. mid Mrs. Alvi.-to a razor back ho;;, while ihc hitler any woman be lumpy Wouldn't land near McKiimey, in Lincoln attended church hero Thur-iln- y ' After was mi couomienl, industiioiis Qcr-ma- n jours of hackiiclie suffering coiuitv, Kv. hounded on"' the North evening;. farmer, whose example is worDays of miserv, nights of unrest, by Sdimicl M. Owens; mi the Fast thy of emulutioii. Miss Mays, of Kiddn' Store, was The distress of urinary troubles, S. M. Owens and W. A Coffev: on bus moved his saw- i'l town shopping Sattirduy. 'I. N. Mult She finds relief and cure? llm South bv W. A. Coffev mid D. A mill over on the t'happcll (lap mid Mr. Adam Curpenter was here on Xo reason why uux Stanford read Maiigb: and on the West by tho land Crab Orchard pike, where ln has Sattiidny for u slant time. evior .should suffer in the face of formerly owned by Mrs. S. J. Day-io- n boiiuhl ii lnrj;e traet of timber lrom Tho Misses Mommius nud (heir dence like this; ami J. W. Gi veils, containing 20." Dr. J. (1. Carpenter. visitor, Mr Jones, of LuMrcnechurgr. Mrs. Nancy A. Logan, K. Main Wm. Dyehouso, of Picaehersville, were hero Thursday evening;. "I notes! of laud, more or less." Sltecl, Sttiul'ord, Kv.. says: is yoinj; to move his saw mill over Mr. ami Mrs. R. L. McKeclmio scarcely know bow to express my i TF.ILMS, The said kind will ho on Wm. Dishon's farm iioaHiere. have returned In Moiitg;omery, Ala. urutittidc lo Dunns kiduov Pills tor sold on u credit of six' mouths, and Lottie llio benefit they brought we. When I li purchaser will be required to exCol. J. P. Chandler showed lis a Misses Allio Vautis an-ecute bond for the purchase "price, $7 liul Mr. M. S. Itaiijzliumii mivo t 'arson lire guest h of Miss Mcssie I began their use. I was in u miserI! him as a present mid the Colonel RilTo for a few days. able condition. My back seemed lo payable tu the commissioner, duo in seemed as proud of it us u little boy Messrs. Menrv and Rule Spnrjens have given out entirely mid pained months trom date of sale, henring throug;h bete Sunday en mc terribly. 1 often became si( interest from said date at tin, rata with his II ist now pi.tr of red top pas-e- d route to Is'lianiin. boots. weak mid lame that I was almost of six per cent per annum, and the Andy Adams ami family, of near There will bo no pleaching; at the prostrated. Learning of Dunn's Kid said bond to have tho fort ami ef- Lancaster, are visiting; relatives in liaptisl chinch the fourth or fifth nev Pillsi. I iirnenrcl ti kioii.Iv at loot of ii judgement, with lieu also (his hcclion. Sunday us the pastor ivill bo away Sliugars A. Tanner's Drug Store, uiulkotaiu.il '" the. land sold to soouio The three cases of typhoid fever conducting; a meeting;. in view of the results 1 received, I ,lhe payment of tho purchase money The purpose of said Rev. W. S. Willis is cnnducliin.- ut Minim Kidd's inn slowly improviWin give them the highest praise. i""d interest. ng;. Tho little boy of Joseph Ijiw-so- ii protruded meeting; nt Willow fiiove. DounV Kidney PilU not only reliev-- 1 "'' is ' satisfy n judgment roinl-e- d ,red heictoforo in favor of plaintiff RilTo wore is able to walk ubout the house Mr. and Mr. Will niv baokiioho, but also "restored " U'0 h." f t'OLOO. vvih six alter a hard siegre ot tho same na- guests of Mr. Jesso Stagrgr. inv kidneys to a muinul condition." ''"t interest thereon from Feb- has returned .'For sale bv all dealers. Price .10 Mrs. W. D. ture. Us. r'osto'r.Milburii Co.. Muffulo. ntary 23d 1011 until paid, and the Elder J. (L Livingrston held u few from Ktiinford wbero sho visited f this action, estimated nt. New York, sole agents for the united i'"l' nights' meeting; at Pino (J rove with Mrs. T. W. PonninKton. $iuu.uu nits, uctouer win, mil. jstute., 10 additions 8 by baptism. 2 hy resGEO. D. FLORENCE. M.C.L. C.C. liemember the iiuiue Doun's toration, nud a great deal of interDon't forget the big Mollmnii sale 6.L3 est was manifested. nt Morehnd next week. See big adv. mid take no other. or dele-mites - Four-vear-o- ld 1 Miss Margaret F. Dnvisnn. the pretOwing to the fact that tho pro ty little 11 -- year-old daughter of Dr. posed local option election has been and Mrs. R. L. Davison was the first declared off by Judgo IJailcy, the lemprrnnce Committee of Lincoln The mangled mid lifeless body of dcpo-ilin the Postal Savings Rank county decided nt n tncetfng held Ephrnim Pennington was found nt ,v,j(,, Wfts installed here on Wodncs here this week, not to Imvo pub- an early hour Thursday morning day in the Post Office by Unelu iisueti tno nnmes of the signers to near the L. & N., depot at CrubJHa,n. postmaster J. C. Florence is the petition for nn election. rim Committee states that it has Orchard. Mc had met his death i Cashier of tho bank, and it is read decided upon this course, by sometime during Wednesday night I'" receive, deposits from unyone. of the fact that its canvass reason of the 'V1 ,lc'r'1 WnH f"r and Coroner (leo. P. Plight' of this nun sue win urnw two per cent in petitions in the Itowlnnd and and Hustonvillc No. I pro- place was cnlled to the scene. Mc teicst from L'ncle Sam. There was impaneled a jury which tendered the no rush of depositors when the bank einets disclosed so mimy names which wero obtained to tbu petitions ordict to the effect that Pennington wns opened, and there arc not inanv who believe that a fourth bank in by misrepresentation nnd fraud, it is his death by being run over caiiic to Stanford, even if it is backed bv confident there lire ninny others on by n train. It is presumed thut the the United States Government will the petitions from the other preunfortunate man hud fallen nsleep do much good. However Uncle Sam cincts of the county which were not rxmniueil nnd purged, thnt were seon the track nml the uoi-- e of the isn't pressed for the money, so cured to the petitions in like manner. upproachiug train failed to arotisn doesn't make much difference to Ami tho committee has no desire to him whether deposits pick up or not. hill'. He was about 33 vears of ago, publish ns on the Whisky side tho the only son of Mrs. name's of many worthy citizens who J. Pen'NO FUNDS" nington and was single. Mis reundoubtedly do not wish lo be so mains wns buried in Crab Orchard Marked on Auto Owners' Checks classified. Further the Committee cemetery this, Friday morning. stntes thnt it sees no actual good Paid For State License that can be obtained from publica100 BUSHELS TO ACRE tion of the lists of petitioners,. now A drummer was hero this week that the call has been declared who bud recently been in Frankfort Produced by Boys' Corn Club In and so will not have it done. End on Louisville Nashville Tracks Near Crab Orchard Depot. First Denositor In Uncle Sam's tal Savings Bank Here. Of Wet Petitioners is Decision Of Lincoln Temperance Committee Prominent Citlzrn of Lincoln County Passes Away Suddenly After Long Trouble With Heart W. II. Trnylor, one of Lincoln'fl most prominent citizens, died at hit home ut the famous Trnvlor distillery, nbout five miles from lown, on Tuesday, of heart trouble. Death without much cnir.u quickly nnd warning, for :ilthout;h Air. Trnylor bnd been in very bnd health for the past few years, he seemed to be holding his own fairly well Intely nnd his friends did not suspect that the end was so near. Mc was out n on his porch enjoying n bright summer morning, when the last Himinons came, and he pussed away ipiickly and without apparent pain. Dissolution was due directly to an attack of the heart, which hud been Mr. Truylor's chief complaint for J!' P Wny-nesbu- rg Two-car-ol- some lime. Mr. Trnylor was in the 05th year of his life when the ciid.enme. Me wns born in Lincoln county nnd had lived hete nil his life, among the people he loved. Me was n son of the late Cornelius Trnylor. He never married, and is survived by a sister, BIRTHDAY DINNER Mrs. Jnme.s Logan A. On la.si Saturday. October Mtb, T. Trnylor, ns well nud a brother, as several nieces 'Or.indma'' Armstrong was surprisand nephews. Mr. Trnylor was u birthday ed with a dinner, home nenr Millcilgevillo. it being her "lilb unnivcrsiirv. .she has si children living, and all weio pron'iit, except one. She also has grandchildren and 21 nud u number of them .vero on band it this joyous time. The dinner was 5 at her member of the Goshen Christian ch Sal-iird- a. delightful and iptitc n surprise lo (Itandma. C InMroii and grandchil dren brought everything imaginable to cat nnd many ot her dear friends did not forget her. Mrs. Myers, Mr.- -. Newell, Mrs. and Miss Jones, Miss Good ami Mr. and Mrs. Mail nnd Mr. Jones were among theme who brought something nice to please the dear old lady. There wero '." in all at dinner and everyone had a most enjoyable time ami hope to meet again next year on a similar occasion. MILLEDGEVILLE sola n 1,300 iSc Tucker of cents. Me nl-- o Iliislonvillo at .) sold another milch cow to William li'ash for $:i7..")0. Mr. Porter Snndidge sold a bunch of shouts to Mr. McCornmck, of at a good price. Henry Chasteen has rented u house and lot from II. Young, of Mow en. Oscar Vanhook sold to J. F. Van book a milch cow for Walker Houl continues very ill at his country home. Saint Kueker, who o"t bis knee with a coin knife somu few days ago. is betted at this writing altho' he had a narrow escape from lockjaw. Chi roue Tucker, of Purksvillc. nnd Mr. ami Mrs M. L. Wiiiuas, of Le.xiuglou, have been the attractive guest of Mrs. M. A. Jones. Mrs. '.. L. Mvetx, of Georgetown, is visiting Mrs. John Myers. Pallium Hughes, of Winchester, has been berg on business for several days. Mr. and Mr, Sam Vanhook, of Lynnwood, visited relatives here this Mr. J. F. Vmihook pound cow to Myers -2 ly oiit-sid- 1 church and it was there that tho last rites wero said over the remains before they vers laid lo ret F.nrth. Set vices were in .Mother coudiii'tid by Jtcv. J. 0. Livingston, a long lime friend of the deceased in tho presence! of a large number of friends nud loved ones. Mr. Trnylor inl'critcd'th? Truylor distillery from bis father, where for yours hud been iniMo the famous Edgewood whisky. It wnsfa small concern at tirst, but by the exercise of his splendid ability, business acumen and industry, ho built it up until it is one of the most complete und profitable plants of the kind in the ttate. Mr. Trnylor was a director in the Lincoln County National Hank and interested in other public enterprises. Personally, he was a true und staunch friend, ot kindly disposition and eharitublc mmiI. His work among the poor in his neighborhood was, tory extensive, and many a heart has been gladdened by his charity and benevolence. He allowed no needy persons to suffer, if it wero possible for him the remedy tho trouble. KING'S MOUNTAIN Miss Anna Hollo Murray, of is tho guest of Miss Clara Ilur-gin, (!ov-eruiiie- iil ten-ve.- v, Kev. Clniiiieb and Coker tiro holding u protracted meeting at Grove church. They are having the best meeting thut lias been held there for yours. Eva Leach nnd Lela Smith spent Sunday with friends at Pleasant Point. Jarred Johnson bought a eow nnd call" of .1. S. Lee for $.V. Jack Murphy und family left on Sunday for Phoenix, Arizona, where they will mako their home. Ilersehell Singleton, Waller Estcs nml Irvine He!! also loft Sunday for Arizona. Dr. It. L. Davison was a caller nt this place Monday. Mr. Hoiisou nud wife, of Middle-burwere here Saturday mid Sunday to ee Mr, Murphy before bo left for the west. Mr,s. Grubbs and son, Wesley, of Hustonvillc, visited Leslie Grubbs last week. Miss .Mnllio Walter, of Stanford, visited her brother hero Siiudii.vT Mrs. Wultor Privitt, of Indianapolis, Hid., is with her mother, Mrs. g, chain-pioiish- ip ct da. 1 nt week. Miss Lizzie Xewell has been vis- 1 Rod-iiiii- - iting in Somerset. Mrs. K.indnlph Coffey, of Moro-lunvisited her mother, Mrs. John d, ne rl any-lliin- Myers. Inst week. Mr. nud Mrs. Austin Mail visit eJ Mr. nnd Mrs. M. W. McGuffcy at Gilbert's Cieek. Miss Lucy Minor, of Junction City visited Miss Myrtle .Morgan. Misses Toiiimie Goodo nnud Lolu It. Jones wore in Danville hist week. Klizn Loveless. Tho base ball ,teani Mrs. John Moscr and son, Walmeetler, attended tbu ing of the Christian churches at Goshen last Saturday and spout the night with Mr. and Mrs. Fred Moscr, the latter being in very bnd health. MUses Algie Myers and Lulu II. Itout wore in Danville last week. Miss Marguerite Hunt, who is attending school at Mustoiiville, visited the home folks Sunday. The colored public school has n large attendance and is progressing nicely under tho euro of Prof. It. C. Durham. The colored Methodist pastor preched hisv farewell sermon Sunday night before going to semi-imnue. I M of King's Mountain played the Highland team nud the local boys claimed the victory by u score of 10 to tl. Dr. Laswell is visiting relatives in Rockcastle. Miss Pearl llogtie, ono of our former, students, who moved to Yosn-mireturned tho 10th to attend school here. Hev. Jeffries is holding a meeting at Pleasant Point. te Mrs. Goorgo F. Cowan has returned from n visit to her sister, Mrs. L.E. Carpenter at William-por- t, Pa.. She is now the guest for u few days at the home of her parents, )r, and Mrs. J, X, Menefeo before leaving for her home nt Spokane nshin;tou. few-her- l' FOR SALE! Fifty to one hundred und fifty Foley's Kfdnev Remedy vs a Hopechoice ewes bred to Shropshire und less Case. Southdown bucks. Some thoroughHon Ark. J. K. Freeman says: "I It. II. CHOW. bred Duroc boars. Shelby City., Ky. Phone 8 two ringis hud u severe euso of kidney trouble and could not work und my ease peemed hopeless. One largo bottle Reserved seats for. the Champ night of Foley' Kidney Remedy cured me Clark lecture next Monday und I have never ben are eft sale at Penny's Druq Store. I always reoojMSMid bothered binee. jt. Shugara and Tinner. -. r kTfcX3Jii as tiM&MmwkmmKfltt THE INTERIOW inilBMAL. STANFORD. XENTlirVV FRIDAY. OCTOBER 20. 1911 -- Our Motto More nooris for less money. Now Is the time The Interior Journal. Established 187k HELTON M. 8AUFLEY,... Publisher Genuine Quartered Oak Dressers $12.50. Mahoqany Finished $13.50. Genuine 0 0 tl(iJ0OOOO0OOOO0OOOOi3 0 0 0 0 0 0 that every one lias to Clothlnq, Cloaks buy un- II A YEAR 8TRICTLY IN ADVANCE some FALL and WINTER GOODS, we have them. derwear, outlnq cloth, dress qootls of all klnds; coat sweaters, blankets and shoes for all the family. Come and let us make you some prices Entered nt tho postofflco as second class mall. nt 0 o Quartered Oak man-for- d that will make you open your eyes. L. L SANDERS Grab Orchard, Kentucky. Democratic Ticket. For Governor Jnmca 11. McCrcary. Kor l.lout. governor E. J, MrDermctl fur Treasurer Thos. S. Itlica. For Secretary of State U. F. Crcco- For Attorney General James Uarnctt. For Auditor II. M. TUiwnrlU For Stnto Superintendent ot Schools Darkfulale Harriett. Fo Commissioner Agriculture J. V. Nowuian. Foi mis. Pedestal Dining Tables $12.50. Liliraby and Parlor Bed Room Tables, Suits, Pe- destals, $17.50 PUBLIC SALE AI OF I RENTING ! Havlnn decided lo I Clerk Court of Appeals Greene. For IlaLromd Commissioner Klalr. For Circuit Judge Charles din. F It. I.. V. and up. Carpets Mattlnqs, Rugs, Drugqcts. Nice Felt Mattresses, Cotton Tops. Combinations, Cot Pads, Lace Curtains. Shades, Pictures, Moultlinns. Trunks, Linoleums and Oil 'Cloths. Full Line of Rockers and Dininq 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 O 0 0 S F. A. Har- FARM, STOCK, CROPS, ETC. qiit on fnrmtnrj, will at my farm mila east of Here-land, Kt'preseiitnlhe l're-eli'i'li- A. II. Shank. ftl-i- 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 O 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 N ew by cniuliilnte uho will bo vidrd for in ilit? Arironn iirimnrv I'm i'nit-t- il States Senator tioxt wool; show c.penc nreotml -l Chairs. Hats Yjilvny,lmcl'o-ilny 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 ;!. ... 0 0 0 : 0 - llio XINV TIIIXCIS a I ir n m i1' a total cvpcmlilurc of Ip ihnu .fSOO. Sacli an iiiHsuilli-iiii- t mim would not entitle the cnndidulos in the new stnln lo a look-i- n on the Rent my place of 333 acres to the highest and best bidder, if not sold or "jackpots"' which our old friends NOTICE OF SHERIFF'S SALE rented previously. At fie same time and place I will s:ll my stock, Senators Lorimer, of lllinow. or pie for so many years at Frankfort. of eri ia I he Both parties haihor these lmipies, lly virtue of JIecntinn Xo. St dicrops.etc, consisting of habit, of opening during the pro3res from the exposed ami rected to me, which they should lie 8 work mules, six and eight years old well broke.. of their campaigns. Or it would and clerk's office of the Lincoln CiieuU 2 yearling mules not have paid the salary of Traitor driven out. court, of Kentucky, in fnvYir of J. W. 3 brood mares 6 to 7 years old bred to Kind's Jack Lilian!, which Senator I'.iadlev. of Alcorn and nirnm- -t 1). W. Dunn, nnd BR0DHEAD. I Kentucky. (O'ltear's political purNt) Chester Chief gelding. which execution is for the sum of I yearling horse colt, German Coach stock. says U .fl.'iOO n year u his pii,:ile twenty-fiv- e (f'J.) with icr cent inJoseph Carter has returned home I imported German Coach stallion . hecretar-- . terest there oil annually from the I yearlinq Golddust horse colt. after n two month-,- ' visit in Shel0th day of September, l&b0,tilj I Gold Dust horse combined, county. paid, and the further sum of .f".(l."i Judge O'llenr, in n speech at Cov- by I brood mare bred to lack. s .Mr. nnd Mrs. J. T. Cherry, .Mrs. costs mid the further cot of this ington this week, said he was not in One mare and colt. i. nro action, I, or one of mj deputies, will state-wid- e prohibition. He Linda Kenton nnd Jno. Mobiii-o- n favor of I Jennet bred to B. B. King's Jack. "kL- Grand Lodge at Louis- on November. Kith, 1011, being the declared he did not believe Kentucky attending the I yearling Jack extra good. first day of the regular November is prepared from a bunnies stand- ville this week. I yearlinn short horn bull qood one. County Lincoln I'd. Owens is able to be out again lilll term of the point or cntimcnt to go further 3 Short Horn milk cows, hornless. 10 A. M. Webb bought a ftftm IrOm Court, between the hours of Dave than local option. If the "dge hobII brood sows heavy with piqs. and 2 1'. M.. nt the court house door nobs much longer with .McL'ulloch. Sim Savior for $1,000. v 30 shoats, weigh from 60 to 100 pounds. in Slnnford, Lincoln county, KenMr. and Mrs. J. 0. Frith are vishis distiller campaign llnnnrier, he -- ., IWCK tucky, expose to public sale to the will come to the condition before iting relatives in Stanford und Danhighest bidder, at public outer', ''1L' 2 turluna vl?ws c"Paraiiveiy new. the campaign is over that oven local ville. I). V. Dunn in th" I hay rake, Henry Krooks left for I.ouisullc inteiest of said option is a bad thing for Keutuckv. I steel roller property hereinafter described, " Wednesday. I Iron wheel handy wagon. hi- uid interest as mnv t ilrs. Daisy Hunt entertained n so much of to satisfy the said J. I mowinf machine. friends last Monday be necessary Bitter criticism of President Tnft number of her I one blue grass seed stripper W. Alcorn's debt, interest and costs murked the opening of the cauipaiga evening. I International hay baler is of the said D. which intere-Homer Wallin was over from Dan- and Dunn's in thet property hereafter of the progressive element of the One sheep shearing machine (new.) V. of the week. republican party which was launch- ville first d I car clover hay. described, is an undivulcd Tom Francisco sold to Krown and ed in Chicago Tuesday night. And I 30 acres millet straw In the bale interest in snid liropertv. subject to that's not a marker to tho criticism Craig a pair of oxen at J'U cents the dower estate of Mrs. M. M. Dunn 40 acres corn at the heap. that is going to be heard from the per pound. 6 two year old mules have been handled some. which property is a certain tract of Mis Judith and Lena McCall of land lying in the west end of Linprogressive democracy under the One mare mule colt Jop Albright leadership of Woodrow Wilson nest Maretburg visited Mrs. I Chester Chief mare. coln county. Kentucky, on which the last week. year. 1 Chester Chief filly. said .Mrs. M. M. Dunn now resides, K. II. Ham recently sold a cow I ld spotted pony safe for ladles and children. Not thus described: Heginniug nt a stone afraid of steam or automobile about 15 hands high and not better or nicer The Democratic Vhitform pledges for r.many friends of Miss lioc in the Joseph Coffey line, thence The ene in the country. the parly to stop corrupt lobbving Dike were surprised when the news south 8(i west 14 poles to the CofI Naboth mare bred to Jack. de IS south 'J4 West ( in the Legislature, and Governor over the town last Sunday fey corner, iiiuoak. corner to siimn. I Jennet, bred to Peyton's Jack and safe in foal. links to a McCrcary is the man to turn the flashed and 11. JK. Uinsue nan she iennet extra stock. light on the miscrennts who have that south '2 west 7.1 poles 7 links to a eloped to Jeffersonville where they stone in a ditch of the county road 2 short horn calves fattened nt the expense of the peo- was the were mnrried The bride 1 yearling short horn heifer in the Knehcl Carpenter line; thence youngest daughter of Itcv. A. G. 2 fat cows. HER WEIGHT INCREASED her lint south 21 west. So poles (o a this place. like of I yearlinq boar. FROM 100 TO 140 POUNDS. teaching at Hickory stone near a branch; thence up the She had been 50 ewes well bred. left branch north .' west 101 poles to a Groe and Friday afternoon shethere stone near a branch; thence up the Champion binder. school to go to Keren from shovel plows Wonderful Praise Accorded 2 cultivators 2 double west 101 poles to branch north she went on to Winchester where .11 2 wheat drills one with fertilizer attachment. and Perunathe Household Remedy she met Mr. Christie and then on the beginning, and 27 contaiiiiii'r lanH. I box manure spreader poles if they were acres, ;i roods Mrs. Maria Ooertz, Orlenta, Okla- to Jeffersonville where I smoothinq harrow. Terms of Sale Sale will he made homa, writes: Mr Christie's homo is :r. i'nneeton. I two horse wagon comparatively new. (It) mouths, "My husband, children and myself W. Vii., and has a good position on a credit of three bond to tho wheat fan. give, have used your medicines, and we al- maricd late Saturday afternoon, (he pnrchaser to 2 sets of wagon harness. ways keep them in the house in case of with the Armour l'nckiug Company said J. W. Alcorn, with approved 5 sets of plow gear money, necessity. I was restored to health by of St. Louis. Wo do not know security for tho purchase Three orfour hundred shocksvof fodder bond to benr interest nt 0 per cent and many other things too numerous to this medicine, and Dr. Uartman's In- - .i,nr.. 1ipv will make their home iiutill paid, from day of sale, having 5 acres sorqhum in shock . and books. People ask . ar0 8l;n on their honeymoon. the force and effect of a replevin Dinner valuable advtco different places, Sale to go on rain or shine plenty of dry guarters. mention. about mo from and are '. the ground for everybody . mi surprised that lean dp all of my houso- Vn.,r Pnmmnn Colds SerioUSlV bond. This lSlh dnv of October, W. L. M'CAHTY. 1011. Over that amount, six work alone, and that I was cured by the Terms $10 and under, cash in hand. Common colds, severe and fredoctor of cbronlo catarrh. My husband Sheriff Lincoln Countv Kentucky. the foundation of chrome mwiths credit, bankable paper hearing 6 per cent interest from date of was cured of asthma, my daughter of quent, layconditions of the nose and earache and catarrh of the stomach, and diseased Capt. T. D.EntjIish, Auct. pale. my son of catarrh of the throat, when throat, and may develop into pneumonia, and consumption I was sick I weighed 100 pounds ; now I For nil coughs and colds in children weigh 110. "I havo regained my health again, and .... ,i!n mnwn nersons. tnkc Foley's I cannot thank you enough for your Honey and Tnr Compound prompt1; advice. May God give you a long life Shugars and Tnncr. and bless your work." Many a. mother has learned of a way of avoiding sickness in her family, especially among the children, by the use of a free sample bottle of the famous laxative, Dr. Caldwell's Syrup Pepsin. This, offer of the doctor's to send a free sample bottle has been responded to by thousands of women PURCHASE A ROUND TRIP TICKET FROM YOUR HOME TO LOUISVILLE. WHEN V0U HAVE in all parts of America. COMPLETED YOUR SHOPPING IN THIS STORE. TAKE YOUR RETURN TICKET AND YOUR SALE This Dr. Caldwell' Syrup Tepsln Is a CHECKS. WHICH ARE GIVEN YOU WITH EACH PURCHASE TO THE CREDIT DESK. (South end of truly wonderful laxative and especially adapted to the needs ot babies and Building) first floor. AND WE WILL REFUND TO YOU Nl CASH 5 PER CENT. OF YOUR TOTAL PURchildren because It Is pleasant to taste CHASE UP TO THE AMOUNT OF YOUR ROUND TRIP RAILROAD FARE. and no child will retuse It. Then, It Is mild and never gripes. It la all that a child's remedy should be, though It la a sood laxative for the whole family l,scuue It Is effective at all ages. It is simply not dynamlo like salts, pills A very larqe assortment of colorings and trimmings and smart models, made of percale anl llnon, with and powerful cathartics, which should not be given to children anyway. either high collor and long sleeves, or Dutch neck, to he worn with giumps. Regular values $1.25 to $1.75 at Nine times out of ton when a child $1 complains and you don't know exactly It needs what is the matter with It,constipated. a laxative Us bowles are Syrup Pepsin will correct the trouble, Girls, Gulmpes of white batiste, trimmed with tusks, two models at 50. cents. tone up the child and soon It will be well again over night wonderful havo been secured with Syrup Women's Misses and girls' gymnasium blomers, navy blue, remilar value $1.25 at 75 cents. I'epuin. You can buy It of any druggist at fifty cents or a dollar a bottle, the latMlsseV and Childrens' sweaters, all wool, dauble breasted models, red, white and gray, price $125, ter being the family size, but you ore Invited to make a test of It lint at the and $2.75. . $225 doctor's expense. Sand him your address today and he wilt send you a free ample bottle direct to your home. Then when sntlslled buy It of your favorite druggist. Dr. Caldwell does not reel that the purchase of his remedy ends his obll- ration. He has specialized In stomach, Womens' waists, of white batiste, new fall models, high collar, and long sleeves, clevorate usage of rIver and bowel diseases for over forty n. nn1 Will I. A .ltAriMil in irlVA thA tucking, lace and French side frill, regular value $2.75 at $1.50 reader uny advice on the subject free or cnartre. aii are weicomv iu wmv Mm. Whether for the medical advice or the free sample address him Dr. , (Incorporated). W. U. Caldwell, m Caldwell building-. sjgasi. amaieaiia. m-nJiJMHfchw-nw-wni-i- ii' hih. wry t"" mm iiM 33H3 Trro ThursdayOct.:26, '1 1 ' three-year-old W. A. Tribble, Stanford. assort men! of men's lials. nt g arc-showin- niiiiiiliVeii( STETSONS. hi sliff'liais anil Stetsons Senile!, hat at $!. Stetson's Young Men's. Also full shapes n. at $:5.o() and Loo. .. Imported Velours The new thing in rough hats in (J ray Tan, Black and Brown at :.50. These arc very stylish and exceedingly dressy. Bctlei get one while you can four-year-o- ld four-year-o- ld 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 :'. 0. 0 0 0 O 0 t r H. J. McRoberts Stanford, Kentucky. 0 O if 0 0 one-thir- three-year-otwo-year-- ld four-year-o- 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 000000O 0 0 0 0 0 00 0 0 0 0 0 O 0 0 0 O 0 0 1 two-year-- 1 m Bring Your Prescriptions Here To Be When Compounded ( 1 .. bron-cbhiti- s, M. J. HOFFMAN, Moreland, Ky. FrMRMMdy Htlps ChiWrw "" your physician li.ii pre scribed a medicine (or you to take, the next Important step H to have that prescription placed In tho hands of a thoroughly reliable nnd competent pharmacist so it will be compounded exactly as directed. We have gained an enviable reputation for always being very careful nnd painstaking in our compounding and (eel that, in nil justice to your own good health, you should bring your next prescription here. Here, too, you will find a complete and inviting display of toilet articles, rubber goods, soaps, perfumes, toilet preparations and all standard remedies. For Interior decorating we carry and recommend ALABAST1NE. the beautiful wall coating. Call and seu samples ot tints and ask us about It. PENNY'S DRUG 8T0RE. Btnnford, Kentucky Come to Louisville at Our Expense. GIRLS' DRESSES Just A Reminder'-ma its that 35 years of sincere effort to know good shoes and own them at the right prices are That our shoe stock is now complete and WAISTS back of them, buying direct from the manufacture 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. J THE STEWART DRY GOODS CO.. i m Louisville, Ky. WF Parkin eriunb, CRAB ORCHARD, KENTUCKY. m K3C " JP" '"?1 THE INTERIOR JOURNAL. STAMFORD, mm e&&ftfttft & MT W&t9 KENTUCKY. FRIDAY. OCTOIEB M.'ISH && GREAT r llllW H a c o a : IIUIII OF I Mens $1? Suits $10 Suits at 8 Suits at $6 Suits at . "a I Hl mm II iiH 1 l ! o o F. M. WARE, at McKinney, Kentucky. Having combined two Stores find myself overloaded many lines and needing money WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 25, 1911, -- in the invested in them out and do it quick. I will therefore beginning I have decided to clean them a a o i j -- a Run a clearance sale that will enable me to convert $4,000 or $5,000 worth of merchandise into ready cash. Now I fully realize just what it will require to accomplish this these dull times, but my mind is made up and I am determined to make it a go. The stock consists of everything usually found in a general store, consequently it will be impossible for me to name prices on everything so will just quote enough to give a general idea of the great slaughter I am making in order to fully succeed in my undertaking. In the clothing line I shall offer: i D at $5 99 $4.99 $3.99 , first man.to them will take a years' supply, or If liicss arc not stylish cnouqli for you take a peep at the 39c, 49c and 79c line where you will find all the new styles. can only ask you to come and see what have the store for you. All calicoes from both stores will no at from 3 to 4 cents: all apron check ninqhams of which I have Just stciirt-- a large assortment which will not be opened until the morning the sale begins, will go at 5 cents per yard also for the first time a beautiful line of outing flannels 5 7 and 8 these are all this season's goods and are the 7 10, 12 cent qoods You will appreciate this cut of more than 25 per cent and right now when you want them. In'the dress goods line I have made my deep- est cut which will average a full one half reduction clear throuqh. In the lot are many remnants 4 to 8 yard lengths of different colors and grades some very fine goods. Among this lot vou will find iotm of the best bargains in the sale. I will have a counter of mens' and boys' caps atl5c, mens' hats at 25, 50, 79, and 99 cents and $M9 for the best hat ,n the hou5e formcr Prices "0 to 3- MV entlre ,ine of 'wnlfure will be marked down to absolute I .. : . $2.99 51.99 o In the drv aoodb line In $5 s,"s a' at o flY. $ Choice of Mrns' $3 and $3.50 pants $1.49 -2 Lltl' ft of !but Kble L kitP. a o o o hat C $2 and $2 50 punts at 99c All dollar and dollar and a halt pants at 49c Choice of my entire line of mens overcoats $3.99,former prices run- ning from $6 to $12. Soys Overcoats from SI.99 down to 50c. In ladles' and childrens' shoes will offer choice of 100 pair at 39c a little out nf stvle but many of them good ones and worth more than five times the price. Come and see them and be your own iudqe I will have Hire other lots one at 39c, one at $1.49, one at $2.49. These three last lots are all clean, stock. The maiority of Ihem $3 to $4 goods. A few pairs $3 hip boots $1.99. d -2 -2 sure not tn he offered again soon. Come and take advantage of it and don't wait until many of the best bargains are qone. I will try to have clerks to wait on you pi operly, but if you are detained over dinner time and snend as much as $10 with me I will see that you net the best square meal thai can be had in McKINNEY free of charae to vou. Evervthing will be marked in plain figures and will be the same to all, not a rent deviation will be made to anyone. I will kindly ask everyone to make their purchases just as rapidly as they can as I will be crowded all over the floors with counters, and can admit only a limited number of customers at the same time. Please examine evervthinq carefully before you buy as nothing will be exchanged or taken .back and nothing will be permitted to leave the house until naid for I :.... - W- JOD. rket I had i Stilt bio bom IDd ft ? lu'ty ilHif tt ft mens' boys' and childrens' shoes cut In like proportion, also a large line of mens womens' and children rubber foot wear of all See the prices on these and supply yourself for the description winter as vnu can save from 15 to 25 per cent on them. All dollar cent overalls cut to 79 cents 75c to 90c and dollar and twenty-fiv- e grade to 59 c. 50 and 60c grade to 39c. Overall lackets of same grades at same price. Mens' heavy duck ceats sold everywhere from $2 t $2.50 at 99 cents. $3 slickers at $1.99. In mens' heavy un- drshirts I will have them from 15 cents up, all heavy mens' fleece lined at frem 25 to 39 cents in all colors, All ros' ani '""'aae. All the 10 cent grade of mens womens' and childrens' hose cut Co e In mens' dress shirts many of them dollar goods, some of them not latest stvle but the I will have a counter choice for 29 cents. to 7 cents and all other grades in proportion. I will have 10, 15 and 25 cent counters, most everything on any of these at half and less than half the usual prices. I shall offer nothing except lust such things ds are right now In demand, no spring or summer goods will be offered and all I ask of the people in reach of McKINNEY is to come and form your own conclusions dan't take my word tor It or anyone else's wor. but begin now to save up rwney as such an opportunity has never been offered before in McKINNEY and is shall not make any prices on staple rjroceries but have a full and complete' line all at reduced prices. I want to call csoecial attention of the LADIES to my line of cloaks and jackets.. I have a complete line of new up to date styles for ladies misses and children that I will sell at exactly cost. I want every lady customer to see them whether they want to buy or not, 1 also have about 25 old style cloaks thatwillpr actlcally be given away, many of them fine all wool goods that will make tine and comfortable winter wear for good honest ladies that care more fervcemfert than style. Remember these goads will all be remarked and ready for your inspection WEDNESDAY MORNING OCTOBER THE 25TH 1911. IN THE BEST POSSIBLE MY DOORS IN ORDER TO GET EVERYTHING SHAPE I WILL BE COMPELLED WILL BE READY, t TO CLOSE FOR TWO DAYS PRECEDING THE DAY OF THE OPENING EVERYTHING WHEN 11 v t I mean business and such an opportunity will be luiiy appreciated by tne grand public, ana l will be the better able! to run .. . n.v w ..u v,. u.w pwpiv umi iiibiu auu ail will UC Iiappy my DUSinCSS Willi Uic atuuum ml guiua wut. v l a - . . ... ,7 .flat m a uu :s. ft 1 i F. M. Ware, McKinney, Kentucky. oooooiijao-:itooos $ M- rnr -- ' n P lrn- is!T rrwuai4itiitMiWiiwiwWMMiwwJMi THE JNTEmOH JOURNAL, STANFORD, KENTUCKY. TUESDAY. OCTOBEH 17. 1911 ' Any 5. Question Or Information On Insurance We . Cheerfully Give. And You Will In Return Receive One Of TheHandsomest 1912 Calendars We Write INSURANCE In A Glass to Ourselves. sl " We Write I PROTECTION All Classes Go Anywhere For Life. .1 Eire, A H BUSINESS Best protection, of loss iSure to pay Event - LOST A How We Customer Accident And Bonds I Don'f The Amount HE DIED Bui We Paid His Wife and Children His Policy in Full. Are You Insured? I Like We Advertise - of -- - s Insurance No delay nor iSixty days' wait Until you get GAINES' . Delay. Terms Easy. WANTED! A Live Wire Representative. N -- J AT Rate on All Classes. Never fail to pay Cash in case ol loss Eventually. Why not insure with Hustonville, McKinney, and Perryville. To Write e'll Go Your Bond, e Protect TheWife and Ed. C. Gaines, FARM FOR SALE! vye will eell Uf PUBLIC SALE! II A Children e Rebuild your Home e Care for you when sick e come when you are Hurt So do not forget us. e won't forget you. i" Companies "None Belter" Farm Business Installment Plan Few As Good" Old And Reliable. Lancaster, PUBLIC SALE! Of 1'anu, Stock, Crops and Tools. I - Kentucky, FLY SALE OF PERSONALTY administrator pnrateiy a farm ot n t r 1 will sell nt public outcry to the highest iiud best bidder on Saturday, Oct. 28. 1911 At my l evidence in Crnb Orchard Ky., beginning at 10 o'clock sharp, the following described property, One house nnd lot where I now icsidc. House is two stories high, us C rooms good barn, outbuild ings, well of water, none better. The house and lot will be hold for one Ws rein position to do all kinds of con- - halt' cash, balance in 32 mouths, sua. In Tact, we enn make Ray thing from a with note bearing C per cent inter home down to a leuev pott. We yon promptly and guarantee chd ulervr est; lieu retained. Also vacant lot work and material. On II and net our prtoei opposite lluptist church. Fine lobefore yon buy your material at leat. Good well on cation for building. lot. Stanford. Kentucky At the hnme time I will nlso sell llu1 following personal property: Ono mare safe in foal to Dock Gray. Tin-- , mine is the dam of the Mrs. .Mark lliinlin pony. 1 yearling Dock Oray.pony. Dock Gray is owned by i. H. Foster, near Stanford. 5 high ly bred Jersey heifers, soon to bo liesh, 1 Jersey cow with calf by her hide. 1 good cook stove, bedsteads. , fhiiiri-iciiair, i mm ul miiiihii iiiriuiurc, 1 uuuk cusu uim .On approved security desk combined, Walnut. 1 extension dining (able, 1 largo mirror, 1 chickwhenever conditions en feed mill and rauny articles too numerous to mention. Preferwarrant J. D. Anderson. Crab, Orchard, Ky. acres In l.lnco.n county, mile from Crab Orchard, nicely located, .mostly bottom land, very productive. Every acre tillable, an abundance or stock water and especfrlly adapted to corn and prase. Good tenant' bouse of three rooms on farm. Terms reasonable Apply at once to. tl. II. Uronaugb, Agent. itf about Ky., 130 r one-hai- ' (f James will on We Eqq Hens Wednesday, October 25, 1911, beginning at 0 A. M , at hi-- , late residence on the Stanford ind Hush '.ranch pike, about 5 miles from Stanford and one mile from Hubble offer for sale publicly his personal properly consisting principally of mules, two yearling six mule; one mules, one ear-ol- d gelding; one two ycailing gelding by 1'ii-to- n; two aged fillies one yeailing hor-mares; one Jersey heifer, a lot of hogs, farming implements consisting of wngon, steel roller, plows, wheat-dril- l, mower, binder, hay rake two cultivators, steel harrow, bug- gv, spring wagon, t lot ol silent oats, about 10 acres of corn, baled straw, etc. Five share-- , of stock of Lincoln County National Hank, 0 share-- , ot ntoek in Montici'llo and Ilurnsidu turnpike. Terms- - Sums of $10 and under, cash in hand; over thnt amount .1 months' credit on notes with godd security, bearing C per cent inter-es- t from date. 80-- 2 J. B. Paxton, Admr. 1 e; -- Paying today for 16 Are 17c NLTS , SUN" 5HDfcS 8 , . Roosters Ducks Turkeys Hides New feathers 9c 2c .4 , 4 10 7c 1 88 .30 lie 2c 40c CONCRETING nrst-cla- PLENTY OF LUMBER ON HAND for all purposes. So it on want to a build h house, n burn, chicken We H. B. Northcott T. K. Tudor. Mgr. PHONE 153. PHILLIPS BROS., coop, a dog house or n fence, come WE MAKE LOANS it Ftute Playing (or Consumptive. It Is cheering to know that one Inall Miits and sires in both rough strument st least can b counted on end finished lumber and if we can-n- to bring beultb.and longevity to those who practice it. This is the flute. suit you in kind, ipt.iutitv, ipinl-it- y Doctor rvcoiumenil it for Incipient COUSUIUDtlvcB u the onerutton of tilayliiK ttie Instrument lnvolvun tha nnd price, nobody ean. precise motion ot tho lungs o( most Stanford. Ky. beuellt to the consumptives; that Is, J. A. ALLEN. full luajilrutlou, not loo full or strained, lollowed by slow and gentle delivery of the breath. Sunday Maga sine. ot lieic for the material-.- . hate I The Dry Root. Dry roots make an Intensely bot flr with no smoie, bo watch your drift pile, as they are sure to be there, as they are light as a cork and porous as a sponge. 187 ACRES OF FINE LAND New Depositor " PUBLIC SALE OF STOCK I will ou ence, of course, being given to our regular The new depositor In this bank mav be assured of direct personal at- FOR SALE! Sixl.v-on- e acres of fine blue grass land that has not been plowed for years except 8 ucres. This land will grow fine tobacco, hemp ami alfalfa; has small dwelling; plenty of locusts for, posts, nnd fine wood. Is well watered. This land is II 2 miles from Stanford on tho Otlcn-lieipike, close to school. Will sell on easy terms. r:-W. F. Dishon, Stanford, Ky. 1-m T AT PUBLIC SALE! depositors offer nt public sale on, Saturday. November 4th, 1911 ut 1 o'clock .sharp my faun of 187 I will tention and service for this has been our policy for 40 State Bank Trust (o. i m FOR SALE! My homo containing 2 ncics and poles of laud, 4 miles south of l.'inciister 1 miles east of Stanford, on Disc Hiver at the forks of thr " sura, raw, road, leading from tho Duddcrurs .Mill to Gilbert's Cieek station, stoiu nnd post office, which is ono mile Plenty of fruit, good cistern, good barn and and dwelling and all out- buildups. Address Prof, J. Dut Box GO. 70-son, Gilbert's Creek Ky. J P. Chandler, Onc-tlur8. acres located on the KustouviHe and McKiunev turnpike, ono mile fiom McKinnev and three miles from This laud is in n high state of cultivation, house of seven rooms of Vultiiatioii; house of seven rooms iiud two porches uevcr failing spring nnd t.vo fine ponds on the place three stock and ono tobacco barn, tenant house of four rooms and nil I'tlier liec ll V outbuildings, Will nlxo o Iter about :i0 head of to(k ow, 1 mince in foal to jack 1 mule, 1 mule colt, 1 horse colt. 1 buggj l.orse, s.tt'c for women to diive. Tcrins cash, balance nnd three years, in in oiii two eipml iiislallminis,licariiig six per ii ut ki r si H. F. Martin. Hustonville R. D. I llus-(oiivilen-ild ld d years. ' A bankers' ,advlce and acquaintance is usually Saturday October 21, 1911. Sell the following stock to tho highest bidder: 2 broodmuics in foal to jack, .'! inure nnilo colts, 1 horse colt: 1 Chester Jewell iilly. These horses are good ..rivers and workers; 14 Southdown ewes 'MUMS. A credit of six inonlhs on notes at six per cent interest, r coti.ihli1 and payable at tho Crab Oi chard Hank. (i. . SPANtll.KK, Crab Onhnnl. three-year-old valuable. His actual help certainly is. Deposits" of bill. rri.. my farm near Hustonville, Lincoln counlj, Kentucky consisting of (HI acres of Mod land with five room house nt tood repair. Mace has goood spring with stone spring house, stream of fcicsh water tfius through entire farm FOR 8UMMER DRIVING Splendid young orchard and good MirderfT '" Hustonville giadcd tne comfort of both norics and drt school district being ono nnd a half ers should bo specially considered bf securing a proper outfit of lap robes, miles from school building and one blankets, fly nets uud othor nocc6anrl-e- s mile from Uorelnnd railwny station from our complete assortment of and h'O jods west of Hustonville horso Roods. llerB aro llRht. but and Danville turnpike. strong nnd durable, Blnglu nnd double In splendid neighborhood, having harness, admirably suited to rond pup poses, along with a hill line ot work six churches within 1 miles. A splendid tobacco nnd stock barn , harness of the best quality at flat anil all necessary oiilbuildings, Tele- - nrlocn. plpme in house, and by fur the best Stanford. Ky. rural mail service in the county, hav- l C. McCLARY, ing seven mails each week day nnd two on Sunday. FALL AND WINTER STYLES. At same time and place I will nNo sell one pair My new fall nnd winter samples work mules, Hi 2 hands 'high in good condition nnd well trained, onn are now readi Tor your Inspection. six-- j car-ol- d bay mare by Dorscy I.They comprise the best on the market can suit anyono as to price who had Uolddust, dam by Silvtr King. Ono his clothes made U A suit yearling colt out of same mare by made to jour measureorder.preferable is Maboth, Jr., one young horse, ouo to ready made clothes. To have tueiu Jersey cow, ono Jerbe' cow with iuuuc in uieosure uoesn i cowl uny more joung heifer culf, one Jersey heifer, and than readr mmr. ulw.n n.iiii,. fit Is considered. Com in nnd twelve hogs, averaging about IfltJ me take your pounds anil 20 nico shouts, new lei C. HUeLHV. inwisurH H. Tun t'iNttiii T n..f Miigon, uilliwitor. plovs and harness etc., one rubber tire buggy and harness, one tmckbourd, household and kitchen furniture, and 2.r)() shocks of urn. UNDERTAKERS AND CM. Terms made known on da of BALMER8. ALSO DEAL. sale. further parliuilurs, tall 1- -2 I rfoven-yenr-ohl Saturday .October ngiuniiig at J) 30 u. will sell ut public unction on 28 1911. b t a J a 19 U. I J.L.Beazley&Co CR IN FURNITURE, MAT. TING8, RUC8. THEY WILL EXCHANGE FURNITURE FOR ALL KINDS OF STOCK. PIVE THEM A CALL. PRICE RIGHT. h . on EIGHTY EIGHT ACRES OF LAND AT PUBLIC SALE. or unte. J. W. Isaacs. 3 Mop-- i md. K whatever 1 J. amount uladly received. LINCOLN NATIONAL COUNTY BANK, will sell on C McClaryl coiner nct to Couit House Kentucky. Stanford, Auct- - 8Mdp. Saturday October 21 1911 Tin, laud lies 2 inilo norlli of 1'iuli Orcluird off the Crab Orch-t'l- d and Stanford turnpike being putt fli-- t of the Holmes farm. Tins laud contains 2,0110 cedar post's with no house.' This sale will take place promptl.v ut one o'clock, (n the premises. UNDERTAKER AND EMBALMER Terms easv uml made known on day of sale STANFORD, - KY Office 'Phone l7. Home Taoae it. JIUS. N, A. GAIIKKK J. 1'. Chumllcr, Auct. 1- -2 Mil ALili-- i FRUIT AND SHADE TREES. Shrubs, Aspiiiagii, Klmbiirb. IVoni-c- s. Ho.es, Phlox, etc. Kvcrvtiiing for orchard, lawn nnd garden. No Agents. Our price? may ir.lt rest vou 1'iee CntnhujW. H. F. Hillenmeyer 1 Sons. Lexington, Ky. .i- -- f m JsFaj; asi. iL "v ? r THE IHTHnOr, JOURNAL, STANFORD. TrVENTUCKT. i ' TRID7Y. OCTOBER 20. 1911 ,s S NEW SUITS- We have just replenished our stock of SUITS from a Manufacturers' Line of Sample Suits. We are offering them at a saving of $2.50 to $7.50 on each suit. They are high grade novelties and tilings of beauty. Only one of a kind. See them as early as you can. Stanford, Kentucky. SOCIAL and PERSONAL Mike S. lVwiv i.n- - ..m i (.urn-vil- o mill rniollttd .1. tin' llrvMtil nml Must ton liiiitH 3lM. Tiiih 1'miwi Im-- i jun nuit III for hiivitwI iIiimv Vr mituv fnml ill M "i Mi- - W'ii SiMrniiii i tin? trui LlnUy Jliildleton, nt llu """" I Iflollll. Mi puiIi- - injjrol to learn. nw Mi. II. It. Siulflpy mil twn .Miui'g relnntrtl WrtLifMl.iv u Ml. Vonum it.!(i her father. Mr. '!. K. l'.nt-ma- n Ul llllIIH'. rw Vita J'hm I'oiiiij lia iik J.ir "I'M'rnl iIhjb. Mmw LIixh INirltr Iiim ln:itn on llt fur Mini' lime. Dr. K. .1. llrowii imulu n Irin to In 1 11 Koyxl ' C- - & 2 l ly hkImv tlio tray am ymi uohv to nml .lofT Kriilay ami ,S.it t tiiiH.il llit omt of .lu-t- lmuso. no What Ails You? Do you feci weak, tired, dc.pom!rnt, Iijnc frequent r taste in morning, coated loniic, billcr "heart-hum,- " belching of gos, ncid rUinf - in throat efter ilomach gnaw or burn, faul breath, dizzy cGlin'J, poor or variable appetite, nausea at times and kindred ..upturns ? II you have ony considerable number ol the cbove symptoms you are suficrini! from biliousness, torpid liver with indigestion, or dyspepsia. Dr. Tierce's Golden Medical Discovery is mnJo inciplci up of the most valuable medicinal Lnotvn to medical science for the permanent cure of such abnormal conditions. It is d most efficient liver invifiorator, stomach tonic, bowel regulator and ncrvo etrcnjtlicncr. The "Golden Medical Discovery" is not a patent medicine or secret nostrum, and attested full list of its ingredients being printed on its under oath. A glance at these will aliow that it contains no alcohol, or harmd ful drugs. It is a fluid extract made with pure, glycerine, of proper strength, from the roots of native American medical, forest plants. World's Dispensary Medical Association, Props., Huffalo, N. Y. head-ache- s, I'lirnilw Jl. 'hi- - Iho lute Ilnrliui fmy ln ilii-ilc I'on-iHtit- ic -- yitonliiy on irofiiHiiiii nt Itoini' I In u4. lor ieorrit uy Vi'Iiici!hV. A nmulicr of people wont to frma Lebanon .Junction, winch Mr. Hampton' liraliiartor. from lirro WoiIiiomIv to Mr- - Jolin II. 'Bknukit Iiim tMlitnt- tlio t'crriiioniiM incident to '1 tu Iiit Iiiiiiii' nt I oIiiiiiIiih. (in., of tin- - Morvmi rooninni'iit. : ' nflcrkt pleasant iit to her isutlirr, Anion;; thorn J. A. I! . relative OI111 t'lxjk nml Mr Ilnoim, J (.'. Ilntf Oi'o..l'. Ilrislil, 1 Lox-niirtiwi-ioMi-ir.- -". fr-Mi- Jit I'uoblo, Ciiiiiado. Mc 11111I Mrs It (I. Hampton Mn. 1. ore S. (tan inonntiii'nt Uf attcnilnd tlio Mm Bctkinti J&wder Absolutely Jrure Where tiie finest biscuit, hot-bread- ami ppi-on- nl Jolin poor man, ut a linnm in offoct". n rJ jpu, inivi'ilini; at l.cxiiiL'-ilnl- l lw nml in JCiinwok.Y. J .W. Aliviru, K. S.wMcorn mid Mox. .. of ilu oily d.nm. J. Hay-.- . (iiiirxt- ". Hopper. . A . TriWilo, .1. S liimwrlf 111 a IIvo. II. .1. Mi'U.ilnrK I". .M. who ii.1. X. "h.innili'rs iiiunhoi 11I way ntKV11tr.il i'mrr.ii,l Mis t Htv, hau- jilt Iwni oiioM'ii prrijt1t I Kit 10 Alwrn. of thr iMIiIetic AfcMijiuitiiin. nml Mr. II. nml J. SHORT LOCALS. Sanalmniii K. SpHlrr. of thr u nt Cnili- OroiiiinL, vvrre here oiivpimi for 0110 nt F.irrii'. mrt Him1 Wodncdii) ! Mrs. .Mutt. IVnoe ntr Mr. it their iruim oivnrK'itftii;nitiilaliiiii.'I will liup.i my i'iiiia; of full ami friend ih'oii tin' jutivi.1 of a wutor iinlluury 011 Salnrilai Oct. lirir vlimnv. 21. t if til tttl' diiujrlilrr lit UVM. Yutimr, Jlililaiul, naiuid iH onelne llm .sAO hn fccake, s, r. or puddings are required Royal is indispensable. crusts Foley Kidney Pills. Supply i'i- -t the iiijiiodionts iiecilcil lo build up stronptb and restore (ho niilural aoiion of the kidney nml Specially propareil fur Madder. backache, headache, nervou-nes- s, rheumatism ijnd nil kidney, bladder nprf urinnrv irreulaiities. Shu:ar.s nml 'Tanner. MICE HOME FOR SALE A cottnse with looms, out biuldinus and two acres of land. Jp.: triple-refine- bottle-wrapp- harm-formin- g - 1 Sit.T lr. - fi ii t ier 1 in i jf IU substantial, Royal is equally valuable in the preparation of plain, every-da- y Apply to Mary T. Jones, Lebanon, Marion County ICy. Jmft fail to sec ".Mutt mid Jeff" at the opera Loue Friday and Saturday nights. ltd- foods, if or all occasions. .irom RoyalGrape Cream ol Tartar .1ms Phosmhatam Jlr. V' Special deal on malleable ranges - week. N J. W. Alcorn, . Stmindrr mid 11. J. Wrtt bort won ktrrot. J I. C. Ilniigliutiu. 3lf aiming tboo from hvtv vfiio nttrnd-4- l tin' unvotlini: of iho MiTi-'iu- i Malm TLo IjiiIii'i K'f tlio U.iptist CMo Alum Mm Mi Lexington Wednr-Jiv- j. '- lll Jtwo an rlmiiKi; at tlio I'mlti-'.1I- 1 .to 1'r. .1. (L't'jirjx'iijrr J.ifiiootiiliiriliij., to vulitiili ull ari'im- minimi H', to allriill-tiM- ' i I oil. ' Med1' Ki'iiliii'Vy iinTtiiiK "f In- - lm ical AsoeiiiU'in. of vslnrh Thoil'iali OAcImnl kIioo! tai i Rcso-NdU'iii prrxiilriit for llu riwili'nr. On 0Mt uc-- Tin- - huuks urr at the CuOi seats for the Champ tlio Cln'luinl ltmikin lucrtav I'vmui)! In deliver Compu y's nffioo, Clark lecture nuxt Monday 'iliqht e j'retd out's nUires In ulijii-- t are 011 .sale at Penny's Oruq Stere. nail all.iinini tki tax Mill pl.-afl'iiiti'il W Siainl. IJmdwl Wo all nml M'ltlo at iido. O. M. . t all." Tlicro wll' In- a nic tipp"r n' U10 t'Gri'asiirt't. taiuj, who Mr- -. inlin Wliil,. (iik .m Iicmii 11011- -" f.11 6uitm- nt Wharton, Toi.ii.. tor tilt' o mtlijr- have i lliii.'t foijti't that Spitultr Cliauii aI'in, Oi'IiIic 'Jltli IjooI 't.iM't mw m .1 Cliwil will lo at tin .Stiiiifw il Ohitji Tlu' nroriii'il- - Mill .' iilwiit n yoar, fur in.triR'l.'il is'. Mr. ..miii may loiiw myit Monday iiislit. A ijroat thkrary. inlr to a iiiiio liiwl ti li'iiliti'k to rov(". Hill Ulldiilllilittl.V llilllrl )imk' In- - lioini' iiiiiiii I'li.l In- - iii.ii. to luwr tlm iliHtii;:iulu'r lltov. J. h! Uitki-- will proacli nt Liijjan's' Crutl nkt Sumlny niiti;-iufrii'ml mo lioiui'j that In mil. 1111. at tliriionA'Vloi'k, .1. jnrrt l'iiiri. .EffjSale-l- y liimvi mi I!ast ilain v'rThc only '.baking powder made Lot me overhaul your Rnsolino ojisino and avoid cold weather I). Hallou. trouble- - tbi- - winter. Leave word nt the I. J. office. nrt '. o For Sale. Five White and Iirnwn and some mixed Urtinsweig, It. F. D. 80-2- or bis dozen Leghorn pullets breeds. P. C. No. 1 Stanford. j James CDahlman, "Cowboy" Mayor of Omaha. "Throws the be-tri- Lariat." In1.1 -- Mr-.-tni- '. f -- ARE YOU FREE FROM Hcadacixx. Coldi. Indigestion, Pains, Gostipation, Sour Stomadb, Dizziness? Jf you are oIL the mott irjective, prompt ,and pleasant nxdliod of getting rid ot ibem is to take, now and tfaen, a dc90itspoon fu! ci the ever refreshing aod truly beneficial lautive remedy Syrup and Elixir o Senna. It is well kaown throughout the world as the best of family laxative remedies, because it acts to gently aod strengthens naturally without in tating the system in any way. To get its beneficial effects it is always necessary to buy the genuine, manufactured by the California Fig Syrup Co., bearing the name of the Company, plainly printed on the front of every package. o( Fi iiwyrTTrwrasaasars Fresh Oysters just received. Fields "our .Mayor of Oiunha. ami lias Lynn's old stand. tlio following record. Sheriff of ISrus., at , .iiw.s Co., throe (onus; iUayor Phone No. 168 for fire insurance of Chailron, two terms; Democratic National Coiuiinttoeniau, oi'cht yoai, nn your tobacco in barn. R. M. New-lan- d Agent. Mayor oi Omnlia, .six ears and 111 lUlU candidate for poM-moof I am painc: highest pricos for Writing to Foley & Co., Chivnxo. bo sjiv- -: "I have taken fio-- h osss, cluekens and all kinus Foley Kidney Fills and tliov have. of imiiitry produce. Fields Itro-- ., It M. NV'1j.xii1 UKitt for the tJitl ,RUR SALE! Khen 1110 a s;ret deal of relief ho I Stanford nt Jesse Lvnn's old stand. fliitl.lt .Miilutl IVnefi' Life Insnr- - cheerfully My luoiii' iii,l Kj recommend them." Yours ani'i' Coiniiany lm- - p.iii to .1. 11. I'ax truly. (Signed.) James C. Daliluuii J foiioi'il, lioiaii contiliniii The best that O'Kcnr can do is to of U 0 otato uf Shupars and Tanner. - pantry ami liath ton iiit'niini-tfiili roonih baiiili'' promi-- e tluit it n JJomocratH! -. IntJin, .'I puio 1km does not follow his instruc ami novor llio Into Sqniiv Ja- Mi'Ki'rliniti tlio aiiioiint .of iiisun nou carried tion, be will keep them in he ion favlm well ut .door, i;ouiI liarn anil I oaitbiiililais. iy linn in ilinl noinp.iny. all otliiT uii'w-ar- y ".Mutt anil Jeff nml tlio oountrv two years at an expense of over TiTins oasy. 0. Kploiilnl ireuloiu Jiudiro mid "Mutt ami Jeff" make a f 100.00 a day. Governor McCrcary ThaKGiyes:Qmfidence A lliiNUiiillo, To. Si-- It will be able to enact into law every IT. Is Kuloy' llniiovuuil Tar Compound hit at the oiiora lnnie Friday and plank in hih platform, becau-- e bis "Hiiimtlay imjjhls. Mix. T...1. AdaniK, 22 X. Kaii-a- s .Itiv, J, (I. 1 jvu'stoii Lmh jit-iparty will be in eontrnl of both unv-'-- : "Fur clo-i'- il a t'l'kV mooting ut I 'l no Avi ('olniubiis, Kik.. houses, and will not dare to violate n niiinboriif yonrvuy cliilll'on have Jllou't miss that (leniunstrntioii at Iho promises so sacredly mnde. Hiruw t'lth 10 uddilions. boon dijvit to oocuiK-- i null oubls. i Foloy'i lloncy iml Tir ComWork ' iiriiicroitkiui; nici-I- 1011 tlio pound anal iVi'iiml tha.t it JuiK'e O'llear denounces as "liars" mrd tlioir now (U'imL. Tlio Mippoits'liave boon I oihikIis jinllinlds, only the tlio gentleman who state that at the W. S. Fish represents in tlio bo I iloop it Oalt llou-- o put in for tlio umbrella hlioil wliiulin limine all tlio tiiro." K1'iim oiibsti-tuto- -. best Conference after the strongest insurance election, lie oouuscled is to proUel triiM'llor. pnni; to and Let him ketu you tDrotected. (iiiobel-Taylnml 'J'wini'r. fhi n.n ill nriti finil Vfiilj'twii if iiof- from the wik'ion ami tiains, nml tlio Wo arc pi'ipared (o iiihtull hot frnino TMirk.wi tlm iloiwt proper ossiirv to keen Tnvlor in tbu e.- -' ilf uiitcr and iiot mr hcnlitie. pliimVin Ilooks for your state mid county ooiitive chair. Governor .McCrcary renolii'il Hie toconil story nml Mnxe-- i nre now ready, l'leaso call refers to Judge Alex. V. Ilumphroy. iiiiii bo roiiify Jfor ruofiinr. Eoryout eic, Conn llros., LauciiKtor, 8l-t- f. was ami wttle. W. L. LleCarly, cheriff. of Louisville, who 0"llear dooms to bo uTisstly plennivl with tb it bills fair present, nnd asks Lira to repeat biiiiiNomc to mkiii For Hale. My hoiuso nnd lot on what O'llear said on that occiikioii; Whitley u venue near Miller street There is no doubt thnt O'llear is charge brought of tlio Rcsrrvcil scats for the Champ House coi'tniux five rooms and turn guilty Clark lecture next Monday nlqht nior Kitchen; running ivnter, ana against linn by Governor MeCreary rdj( AILtlfll VII 111 II iilUn Jt will lie interesting to watch him 4ilA(f are on sale at Penny's Prtin Store. I1IVIU II t j.'.9illll 1H HIV. f(ii.U lot is lifi feet Ion by 70 feet nnd crawl from under. j'liiio a stable mid all ucccsury out- - j I j A bar;raiii 1!. Wilkin-- 1 " uiuMiii!s. I; 11 - - oarocr jis a con boy, ami Ki-li.- Jla.Mir la- -. ('. Dalilman Fay your city tax now. Six per will be added Nov. 1st. H. D. f. Carter. wnt SO-t- is nt Jeo JACK FROST Reminds us that we will have to have some more new clothes, and we want to remind you that our Fall Line is the best that you ever saw.. We are sellinq them at prices so low that you will wonder how it can be done wool suits from $15 to $30... Can fit you at any price as we art sellinq about 200 suits at half price In order to make room for our. bin fall line. The home of Hart Schaffner & Marx all wool Clothes ., 11 li,.n 1 Lg-i-Iatu- re .fl,-IK- ru .Wiine CuiDrrnos & Wearer?, Stanford, Ky. t u-- com-narri- or lis s priii-union- V I l3 - EAT BREAD And if you want flood bread order Baiiqhman's No. I Fancy Patent Flour from your grocer. He will (haiue you only 70 CENTS FOR A 25 POUND SACK ami your family can live a whole week or lonncr on It. Sen how little It cost to live If you will EAT BREAD made of Baunli-man- 's Hour. YOU CAN'T BEAT IT. Every sack nuarantecd to be is the highest type of womanhood. !tou, Stanford. 7S-- kil,"a Scott's Emulsion is the highest type of curative food. After exposure, and when you feel a cold coming on, take Foley's Honey and 'far Compound. It cheeks ami uTh'vw. Cso no substitute. Tli genuine in n yellow package u!wnys. Sliugurs and Tanner. Sweaters. In all colors and sizes for ladies, miss- STRICTLY FIRST CLASS. On sale in every nrocerv store in Stanford, and the inalorlty of the stores In the county. Stanford, Ry. msammmamgaeMBmmmaum perfectly combined that all (babies, children and adults) are equally benefitted and built up. it'i the Standard and alwayt the beit. Be litre to The nourishing and curative elements in Scott's Emulsion are so set SCOTTS j. H BAUGHMAN & CO. all pnuGaiara "Molly thinks it is possible to tiiiin a liusbaiid to perform many fill tl but oiio of tlio most difficult is to tuicli him to buv lor the household I Ust &r ft C & & ft ft ft uiti u I ote, si'I'd niv hi baud to POSTED O ft (. t f fe & ( oldi'iiu's and b:i k oomes H't what I ordered nrd j st how ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft I wiut it" G . Ilnstv Herman DukuU. C. T. Wi.lsou, 0. M- - Allen, COFFEY & COLEMAN, ecou-C'iiiii.- bwu atla Ut tun la all lu itaiK. ana I bit U Csurrb. lUU'f CilArrh Cure to llw only rure ugw kuoa tu tlio meilical trattrnur. Calairti brlii a cumututloQal dlM.ai. rraulrva a ronstitu. IkHul iroatnuuL llaJJ'a Catarrh t'ure Is Ulia la IrruaUi' aiilnc Ulinil upon the blood and murour tlirrrby dreiroylnc in wImm ul the liMiiiKilon ol the dlMaa'. and glrlm tne patlrut firniKth by building up the cotutituikm and Inx nature In Uulnc lis work, 'ihe proprlrion, luie tuutti Isliti In IU rurathe poarrs tbst thfr uSi-Ihia mdml Dollars nr anr case tuat It tails to cure fnd lor lut or tiviliuonlals AltdfrM F J folcdo, O. M. A Sold br all I'ruiHUIs. 75. aaoUamlaiu' y 1'llu lor ronstlpallr' , $100 Reward, $100. The rata ol tbu iuprr will N plrun! that Ihrr. I at leut cue bit drfadol dliK-a- Hut to Irani M'leQra es and children. iitl Children's from $oc to $2. BETSY'S POINTERS: ;tu. ait. Ladies' from $1 to 2. $0. Toques from 50c to $1. We handle only goods of quality and guarantee prices. o ao Hughes, Martin & Co., WPr9 1 (o THE FARMERS MARKSBURY. Bassse. THE INTERIOR JOURNAL. STANFORD KENTUCKY FRIDAY, OCTOBER 20. 1911 mA I .. t r f r - 41 I IK iff VI :? f t t f i ' :fc r u f i t The Ladies Working Society will For Sale. Mack IWrknliiro boars meet with Mr. J. H. Kemper next niul Huff Orpington chickens. C. C. 1 hursday. Mr. Milton Klliott came over from Withers, Itoulo -', Stanford, Ky. f.6xiugtnu n few days ngo to visit For rent for 1912, my fnrm on his brother Dr. Mack Klliott. ,Mis Itcttio Hnincr went to LanHanging Fork, containing I'-'-ti ncrcs. caster Tucsdnv morning to have a Mrs. Jcssio Stni;g, Stanford, Kv., nose, tho opWe bav n Imjcr for a fnrm ot growth taken from her eration was pcrfortucd by n surgeon nbout 100 ncrcs well improved nnd from Lexington. on pike. If you have Anything near While playing at school last Fr' this, list it with us. Hushes & dnv noon little Miss Kmily Bourne fell breaking her arm above the el(52l Stanford. bow Dr Amnions happened along at For Icnt. 100 ncrcs lnnd with the time who earned her homo and four room cottage Innto tobacco dressed the broken limb. 2." acres lor small grain, 10 linrn, Mrs. White Mnrseo of Lancaster. ncrcs in meadow, f.i ncrcs tor corn spent Sunday with her parents Mr. nnd tolmcco. X. W. l'ipcs, Huston-tillnnd Mr. Xonh Marsec. t. Ky. Mr--. C. ('. CabbfU has returned Kstrny, Jersej heifer after u several days' stay with her weigh nbout (iOO, short, crooked liiishaud's relatives at Barbourville. horns disappeared about six weeks Mrs. Susan K. SuttAi attended -:ngo. llcvrard. C. K. McClitrr. More-lun- the rcvitul services at Lauenster lt Ky. conducted hv I lev. Marshall last Sun lliavc for sale a handsome family lay nnd "was the truest of Mr. liinru perfectly Mife for ladies or Ben Hughes. children to drive. Worrauled to bo Mr. Villa Speakes. of Ottenheim jis represented. Will sell cheap. W. has hcen visiting his brother Mr. I. Kincaid, Stanford, Kv., 'Phone Robert Speakes. 1!H). -l. Mr. and Mrs. Mobley. of Hnrrods- Owing to the bad weuthen on l.ut-- hate been with their daughter Wednesday, the sale of the estate Mrs. Johnson Speakes. of tho late Squire MeKecluiie was Fox attended Mr. Robert the postponed to nct Wcdnesdut, Octn. horse show at Danville. J.'itli. Sec list of the line stalf to be Mr. and Robert Speake are re- offered in another iilunm. citing congratulations on the nrri-m- iI of a little girl in their home. The Eleven head of pieiiiiiini Short0,(KI(l and mother - doiiur nicely. horn cattle, valued at Jliss Susie Iliiruins, of Paint Lick-belonging to the Klmcudurf block farm of James II. Huggm in Fayette is the guest of Miss Georgia Dunn count, were killed in n railroad this week. Mr. Jew Sanders returned wreck near Ahcillc, X. C. Wednesday. The cattle were in (Jit? Klincu-do- if Thursday atlr spending scveial farm private car returning lays with friends of her old home. from the Virginia state fair at RichWe have just listed a remarkable mond. Tho Claiborne Stock Farm, the bargniu in u splendid 7.i acre farm year-ol- d property of Senator J. K. Newman, in the Green river valley. With a nicd culture home nnd in a line in Fayette county, nnd coutaiuiu' t48 acres of hint grass and which community close to church ami store 1 has been used by the late owner as and owner will sell at the verv low Write Box 82 :i breeding Mubli'diuicnt for trotting price of Kv. horses, was sold at public auction this week at 220 mi acre to ClarMemocratic voters who want to ence Lebus, head of the Utirlcy Toee Ollie .lames elected to the united bacco Society. The competing bidder was J. Ii. llaggin. The farm is States Senate, must stamp under four miles from Lexington on the the rooster. Kvery Legislator elected in the November will hae n Ttus.sell Cave pike otc mi the "Scnntorshin. The com Monte Fox, of Danville, was bore plexion ot the next Senate may de-- Wednesday and weighed up some pend upon the from i attle for Mr. S. T. Harris before Kentucky. See nextit Senator, is a to that he shipping them on to the New York butcher cattle. Mr. Harris had 81! friend of the people, and an enemy to the trusts and the robber tariff. as tine steers as have been seen anyThe where anund heie. ready to go and O'Rear.businessis people are afraid of He ;eiicrnlly reirarded they a craned about l.oOO pounds us visionary and destructive. He is in weight. Mr. Harris got (i'.c a an unsafe man to trust with great pound for them. power. Ilis political and personal Fox Dudderar sold to Chuilcs levenge would be settled nt the ex- 1 Lutes (it) nice 1,0(1 pound cattle tills week at 4'j cents. WAYNESBURG A Hickman county farmer cut c tons of alfalfa hay from it The I)rys" of Wnvnesbnrg arc tic Id. Tlw istunatcd value of icjoicing over the good news which '.he crop is 917,000. Why not moic reached our little villiage n few daw alfalfa in Lincoln? ago which tells us the saloon Is II ct. Muv it ilvns Leo Wesley sold to .1. K. Wilkinson hint' n oil' a away from our coiimv, and '(1 oarrels nt coin in shock in i ahasten the liiii',' uhch it will o sent at f'! a barrel. bought out of the state of Kentucky. Marcus Helm, of Ilanville Miss Sullie Qooch has just come the Iiice faim, two miles from that pike at lark from Cincinnati with a new city on the Shukcitoun millinery. FREE DINNER FOR ALL. 140 mi acre, this week. The tract line of lieu Couley. of Oakdalc, Teiiii., "il acres. is (imposed of visited W. A. hpraillin last The teachfets of Kdnciitioiial Di- CINCINNATI MARKETS. ision No. '.I held 'heir annual 'SV.u tiers" ssoci.itiou here Satin day, (let. Cincinnati. ()., Oct. 18. Cattle-Itece- ipts 14. Several of the teachers were Air. and .Mrs. M. V. Singleton are who has heen don't foiget to cast Jour ule for 8l!(i head; market good to isiting ht-- brother on account of inclerncu went l- for the last few days of la grippe. icjoicing over the arihal of n Hue Mr. F. T. Diirkf, nnd wift. Mises Orithiu Warticld, Ida and the stock law, Nov. 7lh. choice butchers steady; other grades ieu sickness mid other causes, hut has II. 21. Singleton has bought n new lmh hoy. The youngster made hit. dull and weak; cows 10c to Ujc, few that attended, made the nieet-in- -i Artie Hutchison, Deiilnh Hazlett and to her home. Frances Hatfield spent a few days mill and "ill li;ie it put up this iippear.iucc early last ueek. $:t.50(a. fl.tiO heifers lower: slevrs a ery interesting one. Viriril Mr. W. J. Sewell. of this place on week. Miss llertha Ciooch 1ms jn,t reH..'i0((r4.."i0: McMullii: cows .t.1i.'i0.i.l0; and Herbert Itcymdds with Miss Elsie Singleton last Singleton, eek. Messrs Slump. Monday became rr.a::g-- r for the It. Curtis were the ltoiitcn and Warner, who were turned home 1'ioni a Mr. and Mrs. to relatives calves active nnd strong to 2."i cents made splendid speeches on the tofiojcrl A. Vogel Company of Cinem-iittl- i, ol I. C. Singleton Sunday. slightly injured in the explosion last in Danville. higher at .:!( 8..ri0. Iteceipts 4,808 bacco habit nnd civics. The teach- - gue-- ts atsucceeding Mr. William II Cos Misses Cora and Lutie Slm.s good to choice packers and (crs present were Messrs. T. I). Leigh John Itiveiis is visiting friends in head; week, are able to be out again. by, who resigned. The last naiiicd I'iko county, W. Vu., this week. butchers steady; other grades 10c Id. O. fiooeh. Walter M'Kiiuie. Itos-t- o tended the street fair at Somerset -- pent Danville, John Itoherts, of 'expects to html something better and loo lower; packers .Ml.:i5(j?fi.80: 'coo Whccldon. Virgil McMullin. Ira last week E. H. Caldwell is ciy sick with (). is now in Cincinnati to that end. Miss Lclia fiooeh was the guest hist week with his parents, near stugs $:i((i)5.2.-- i; common sows $4 Itoherts and Herbert Heynolds, Miss-(- i; jaundice. K. Mr. Sewell has hcen first assistant of Mrs. . II. Morgan Sundu. piys nnd liglite.s .lrjfO. Sheep es Mary flastiiicau. Franres dry The L. 0. T. M. have appointed to .Mr. K. II. West, who has charge A. D. Morgan, our prosperous 82.'l head; niarketslow and field, Lizzie McICo and Klsie Single-lO- e JUNCTION CITY. 'of the coupauy's business here for "oods merchant, has sold half of his Mr. Nniinie Singleton as a delegate to 15c lower nt $1.C0$3.25; ton. to the convention at Louisville to be Miss Maud Drown, Lambs dull nnd lOe to 150 lower nt the Ellison goods to T. J. Durleson, Mr. and Mrs. E. W. Settles, of ,,u' ,7'"'" F ,"''1 M " K'M"1 ! To ie voters, gentlemen please 'held Nov. 'JU. school tencher. has been verv sick $3(5)5.50. Cumberland (lap, Ten..., have moved ""VJ. 1!,r. " ,0!,,,,"' ,''- "lurned bH. ltw"u ,U"kW into one of the houses of Mr. Thus. to Itielmioiid. whero she HttriuU the 4.()S)X Ah.' and Mrs. H. W. Hen.iv. or'""".'1 u'""'1' '."Vi1 " n u- -h r Miss """J ,IK' ?' "J"1 Dargiu worn Miss Shelby daughter ''! i ICcne on Sunday. ,r" ' T1. M1".V J,W4 Mis. Sarah Wright is visiting leri"' Of land, stock and crops. Havinq decided to qo west, we will offer for "aWII IS VIsHlllg lltT lllllll, .Ml' ststnr. Mr, Kt u Un,...- - ,'.. I .1iiiiinrwi . WALK EASY" "HAKES UFfS sale to the hiphest and best bidderon ii Pr. J. (J. Careuter, tof Stanford Laviuia Med raw. THURSDAY NOVEMBER 2, 1911 Mr.4 It. II. West has decided to delivered a lecture on Sanitation nt At 10 A. M., the following property, consisting- of 375 acres of fine tho baptist church on Wednesday. sell his stock of wholesale groceries Camp Dick Robinson section of Blueqrass land, situated In the famous he desires to devote all his time Mr. Clyde Shuttles has accept-e- d as Garrard county. Ky., 6 miles from Danville. 8 miles from Lancaster. I a traveling position with the Neldwelling. 3 mile off Lexliwten turnpike on qood county road. porches: 2 qeed cisterns at door, dwtllinq Illuminated with acetylene gas, son Morris Co., of St. Louis. Mis. W. I. Comhcst and daughter tobacco barns. I qood stock barn, I It is easy to convince yourself all necessary, outbuildings, 2 largelust beqlnninq to bear, farm is well Miss Emma, of Liberty, who hac large silo, 206 youriq fruit trees' Farm will be sold in two Ikh'.i visiting Mrs. Fielding, have left that the "CR0SSETT" Is far the watered and in good state of cultivation. tracts and as a whole, then taking the best bid. Terms on Farm. One the first mimed going to Texas ami the latter to her home. best made at any price. We are half down, balance In I, 2 and 3 yenrs at 6 per centper annum. Mrs. Charles Finch, of Somerset. CATTLE. 40 head of fat, cattle, will weigh 1300 pounds. 4 head showlnq about thirty styles In all milk cows and 3 calves. 7 broad sows and I boar. leathers, Patent, Tan, Gun MetMULES AND HORSES. I pair mare mules 15 4 hands. 8 years hands, 3 years old. I pair mare mules old. I pair niare iwIm 15 al, Velvet, Vlci Kid In Lace and 15 hands. 2 years eld. I mare mule 15 4 hands, 5 years old. I STOPS THAT ITCH qood tnes Button in the new high tee. Came hrse mule 15 1 -- 2" hands 2 years old. 5 yearling mare mules, 5 to 10 3 sucklhw mare mule colts. 3 qood brood mares in foal to lack If you Are suffering from Rcsemb. in and get a pair while we psorlasla or any other kind of skin years. I 3 year old harness mare, a dandy. I fLLS'lf'. ' trouble, drop Into our store for Infamily mare. 500 bales qeldlnq, qood driver. I stant reiur. We will guarantee you your size. jLTv. SCpV to stop that itch In two moob4i. of qood timothy hay. A J to trlul bottle will prove It. Farmlnq machinery of every description, including 6 horse power We have sold other remedies for skin troubles, but none that we could Fairbanks-Mors- e gasoline engine, also Ensilage cutter and crusher. recommend more highly than the well Household and kltchrn furniture and other articles too numerous to men known compound of Oil of Winter-KreeThymol and a few other tion. Terms made known on day ol sale, uinner on qrounos. that have wrought such won-lrfFarm will be sold promptly at 10 o'clock. cures all over the country. u. cntnnouna. Known as u. u. .t This Prescription, will oool sbu neai me Itchy, burnlnr akin as nomine eiie bottl BJM can. Get s ocar. t ur y MvkilNtry, Kentucky. Shars & TaMtr, DfWKtlitft, I. M. DUNN AUCTIONEKU BIG PUBLIC SALE! OF BROOD MARES, JENNETS Me-Cnrt- y, MULES, AND CATTLE e, 8iJ-.1- Thursday, Nov, 9, 1911 - d, SO-I- AT 9:30 A. M. i- My son, Henry Baughman, having decided to go to Atlanta, Ga., with J. H. Baughman in the wholesale mulebusiness, 1 have decided to sell the following surplus stock without reserve or by-bi-d at my home farm 2 miles North West of Hustonville and 2 miles South West of Moreland in Lincoln county, Ky. 35 Mule Colts, more than half mares 60 Sugar Yearling Mules, more than half mares. mules. 25 good brood mares, bred to jack and draft horse. 30 three 8 good jennets. 4 good jacks, to 8 years old. 10 well bred 2 and 3 year old colts. 15 well bred Jersey cows and heifers. m .W..-1O- Hiis-tomill- e. 50 good feeding cattle, weight 750 to 950. 5 good aged mules. 50 plain feeding cattle, 800 to 950 lbs. 25 plain yearling cattle. $25 and under, cash; over that amount, a credit of six months with 6 per cent interest from date of sale; purchaser giving a bankable note. TERMS All sums of I0 100-aer- -e J. K. BAUGHMAN, Hustonville, Ky. r I. M. DUNN, Auc. to the management of the business of floyert - Vog.l. His sou, Chnida will look after thn interests of his grocery. Cnpt. l. I(. McUrnw, a tallied of tho passenger division of the C. .v C. K. I:., running on (he ltlue Grass Special out of Duutille. isiicd his inuiily in tlu place mi Suinl.iv. His son, William, who look after the destinies of u freight truiu in tho same serviie nUo cmne home cm-ploe lib-se- nt -il th with him. T PUBLIC SALE! ' i,, 'U' 9 Mr. Jerry Driscoe n merchant in Milledge.llc , has made a deed of assignment to Mr llcuiy Ilankhi, of this eitv. It ix said that .Mr. Ilriscne did thiet in ordej; to kccji frmn jeopardiing his icnl estate, and to save court cost Ilis liabilities aro estimated ut $'.t, 1100 his assets at 8,000. W. A. Uevnohls, . ('. Surber and K. C. Cosby of this place lmre becu appi nisei's nnd took an invoice of his slock of goods on Wednesday. iug business W Me. m TEE NEW PEGRIA--- A Success 3-- -2 3-- -2 n. ul 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 uni form depth. The drills have proven a success and we recommend them. Call and get circulars and become posted. SAM ROBINSON ... Sallie F. Pence & Sons. W1' - no-pa- rulr W. H. Higgins. Stanford, Ky. ii Stanford; Ky.,- A Tittt0 im i imi: .it. lii IHiirA-- ii i 04 ..-.- -. - p-" ' A -i- '1 in'a, ViSfceiyiiitwi ,h A.i..ifit