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The Stanford interior journal: October 24, 1911 The Stanford interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images Shelton Saufley Stanford, KY 1911 int1911102401_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 24, 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. The Stanford Interior Journal. VOLUME XXXVIII EO. HUBBARD NO. 81. STANFORD, LINCOLN COUNTY. KENTUCKY, TUESDAY, OCTOHEIl 21, 1011. EVEKY TUESDAY AND FRIDAY NAMED THE WEST END. r f y U IS I hi IS til !' s I- - d u t 1- - a 11 Mr. nnd nnd Mrs. I). S. Carpenter Miss Edna Mason Becomes Bride luiiiiL' Hold their home on West Opponents May Try to Call a Noml- Republican Committee Nominates Main street lime taken rooms in the Of Wm. Fox Logan Other natinq Convention To Thwart Cooper Hotel building with .Mr. nnd News From Garrard Candidate For Legislature at Will of the People. Mm. Jim, Dinwiddle, Eleventh Hour. Tho fleiieva school building i Lancaster, Oct. 'J3. A beautiful and lmpressivo xrcd-di- n' about completed nnd four rooms nre Humors of n iormntiou of a was Hint at the 1'resbytciian Contrary In nil pxpcctulloiM. tlio non' being lined for teaehiutr, combination "of a number of candii.i the church on WtMncsday exening xvhen KcpiiMicinis haxo a dates for consrressionnl honors to Mr, (linsii Walls ngc O.'i lind u Miss Edna Harbour Mnso'n wiih unitdefent llepresenlntixa Hnrxcy Helm lirld ngninxt Willmm II. Shanks, for I lei iell of sickness Inst week. Lincoln condition now has ed in mnrrinitc to Wm. Fox Logan llio honor of representing of Lincoln, for improved next yenr, of Wilkesboro, l'enn., Misses Sue in the next Ui'iirrul Assembly and her numerous friends are hoping are floutim: about the Eighth Shelby Mason the maid of honor district, nnd nre (rowin-A meeting of the republican com-m- il for her enrl nnd full recover.)-- . and I.eltie May Mellohertu brides more persistent of lute when the ( on Snturdny was .Marshall Herring mid the blood finmd were gowned in blue chiffon projiress of the Htnte cnnipnn;ii showtlio lint ilny upon wlnchii hounds ine been doing sonic line wliite enrniiiifinna llin nnd ed both the Innrc parties committed noininntinii rotild In Hindi', nnd Ed. wr)r', in fact thev lm iniulo -- oaio fraternity i lowers. Tlie bride n pe- lo ennctment of the direct primary Hubbard wit declared tin' republican very remarkable trails of parlies Mte Uouile upon the arm of her lax by the' next Le;islutnre. The that nsid schemesMo prevent beiiijj The lor representative nominiii father Mr. W. It. Mason, xvas ladi-j- i i plan of the opposition to mutter was not left to a primnry of sueii-slu- llv Iritiled, Iwtt Hie dogs lit in ii bridal xeil and baud emHelm is said to he to haxc 11 the party or cvt-- to n eonxintioii, have had loo ninny yours experience broidered white chiffon oxer white ft district convention cnlled itntnidiatc-l- y now llillt-llirtimo bcini so Into the gi-but the lo loe an trail satin, and a liuu bunch of Initio's after the stntc election has heen hurnidlx together a good sier-- of and stmt op. xvas roses. 'I he bride ijrooin's In other, Mr held, uud before the General Assem tnd tho nomination inntle by Hi5 ('niiituU and his bund-soMHoward Von of New York City acted bly can have mi opportunity to place, committee. wile arrived m our city Siih-iln- v as hii best man ami neeoinp. until a primary law noon the statute Up until tho tunc Hint O'lloor lo spend the olf lime with ins him to the ultar where iinder a hooks by which congressional in Kilt at Lancaster Frnlux, nothing wife and hi parents. He had a oL itreeii coxerin-of flowers, will be frovemed in the fuhud fieei. In aid ot a candidate most slice w fill season and will gel palms, nnd plutnoa the y ture. Throiijrh favorite son cnndi-tlat- is nKiiinct Mr. Shanks, fur it was mule ii handsome salary inhume Ilex. II. N. Fab oner hrotber-iii-lalie next in a minority of tho counties conceded that the s'eason. of the bilde sealed tho marriu-.'of the district the opposition to Mr. Hindu in the legislature for the hod Mt-Annie lloiiton has returned xovvs of Miss Edna Itarlmur Mason Helm hopes to ho uhlc to control past two terms xvn ho good, that it from it delightful trip ini; s hv a golden and Win. I'ox of H10 county chairmen to cnoiii-l- i would he useless for the republimiis friends ut Mannsxille. I'lribtt, Ilex. C. C. Hi own pastor of call n (cotixcntion, to organize it A iiuher lo olfr him ( leve Putin lmthe I'leshxleriau church prei cilcd promotul umiinst him and then nominate the of proimni-n- t louil republicans wuil the cenmoiiy with u beautiful pm- -. strongest limn in the combination. i O'llenr ssuik nnd his salarx laiscd. His employin Linicuster to cr. Miss Kntio Lee Denny presided This is a iliiriinr piece of politics rnda, however It i report id that er nre llnnl.itig seriously of sending at the or,.'!! n mid most ablx icnder-(- d of but Mr. Helin''s opponents, so his with hini regarding bun to .Nashville to take they Meinlelssolin's wcddin-- , mulch their house (here friends say will have to play every I hi- xit nation in this rcitinU mid tliat Miss Attic llastm hud a very fine for the bridal party to, enter and ingle of the pime to take the nomih insisted that ii nomination lor the Waaner's inarili Iroiii Tannhoitser nation nway from him. legislature he innde. Thu scleition xcnrliug heifir to die last week. She J. C. W. Beckham. lor tin in to pass out. Hint Friends', of .Mr. Helm Dr. D.ixtson ami sister Mi-- s Dora ol Mr. Ilnlih.ird tolloxvi.il the next was doubtlcs poisomd by eating omc poisonous wenl. Helore tho i eremony Mrs. E. C. Stiiiuh of Slnnford were xisitors in there is not a man in the Eighth dllV. i .uu-i- l ot unoiuer i.ir-:- inioi 'Haiiianl, of Washington City, Former (lovernor .1. ( W. lin. Ml. I). S. Carpi liter sold bis home L.uicaslcr the past week. Mr. mid district who can defeat him in 11 An unusual lentlire of llio selection ham will spiak on hclialf ot the IV mi- the thronir pilhcred.with a Mrs. Ale-- Frances and little tlauu'h-te- r pnmaty before the people. He hns f Mr. Ilnhhard i that he ha-- up to on West Main street to C. K. Sntit-ila- x number ot i hone musical selections fm -.- I..1KI nnd caxe poisi.s. inoeratie ticket in Stanford next I'n- - , Cuiiipumn Chairman llownu rdioiij; mnilo himself wonderfully Sibel left tins turn- - liu-- known and made no to shell the woods with Miss Minnie Walsh ns aciom- - homo in Ilollin-- ; Saluid.ix for their with the xoters during his three nflernooii, Oi tuber --Tib ul tin- lex is ainiii-.'lmMr. Carpenter Folk, Miss., nttir :i to coiii'ohI the fuel that he siou UMiiKilintnlv. in Lincoln immediately nflcr thi? pmiiiut-nt- . lOiirthouse tit I ."III o'clock.. let ins 111 Congress, ior, his friends, visit to Mrs Edna Fiantcs. hns been a whisky, or high HeeiiRc, nnd wife have leiitui rooms in the ThiHiinnouuciiiienl will be ni'ii id IteckhaiH spiakbiL. nnd will put The popular xotin- toiiplo left at llovu-xm- , V. A. Lear, Lancaster's entcipiis-ui-- r sax, the people huxc found that he he now di ejnre him lllliwnhlie home, fonnerlv the Cooper null with iimili ilensiiri' bx tin- ni.inv -- pcnkei-. on the tunii in every t visit to tho once' for u lort stockman shipped u cm loud of has heen working for their interests m'II the roiint unit hill, h some llol.l t i of Ciov. in the eoiiulx to i.illx the boxv !ioom's pircnts, Mr. nnd Mrs. John in Ijiindii Mr. C. M. Sipple as n former is a ut Washington, mid has not been lion's to Cincinnati Thursday. sudden I'liAnge of liM,rl. Democrat and llie piospects are (IiHt'iu the tienclu- -i .mil brin out the M. Loiritn ,ot New- - York City. sure sin civs His cum nod tohueeo A inr of poultry was exported doing most of his work "dealing'' mx it w strikingly pieiiliHr llie be on hand vote nu election dux. Dciuocrncx diitl-.E. C. O'llenr, republican trom this t ity to I'ltlslmrjr, ,, ast Willi Ihe politicians. For this reathe rcpublionns seem to is occcilnl liv none in this mid of a splendid crowd will to Hear this distiiif:uihoil democrat i in.ihiii; n vviuiiint: fiaht ifns xcar tmnbtbile for uoxeruor mnilo a Tuesday. his opponents are son, they say hnxe for picking lupior men to rrwkc I he eoiiiiiv. mnjoril.x is -- pi HI llie l'rof. .1. Knrl H.iincU the piofie-le- speak lor Met le.il.x mid the tl ket mid mi olil-tiniteinoou eili Mitlax Law sou & Hi own a successful afraid to oppose him Iu u primary Pint with O'llenr. the by exenolic who is familiar iiiiirt house to an enthusiastic and (iarr.ird laxou-i- l Mel ivinv lennher at Smith school honxo (iov. Jteckhi xxn car-- , rcahring Hint it xvould be futile, yet stock .firm, diippcit iluwn to distiller MiCiilliu'li xvi'li condllloiis oxer the state and lujrlilx appieciativo crowd. innorntio noininntion tor the on dumbo road has an nv erase finance, for bis load of first-clas- s tattle from this hope to get the upper hand of him. "ihir up" the All will ,ive his honest opiniim. Who can (lovenior befoie tin- primar.x and Hi. E. II. l'e.nie wife and ilatmli-tci-- s point to the Queen Citx" maiket on nml nullify the xvill of the of ."i'l of then .lobii Stoll. n well known one of the hest nun the Hint llie voleis have to do, is to jn Mis-c- s Alleen and Lillian of (he 1 Tl Ii. Lent bun! I'limio mwwer. the distiiit, bx juggling him out of distiller, nn noimiiHtt-- lor the The saw and idanint; mill ut (Icn-i-x- b parlx Inifs on the stiinm in the pn-i- itl to the polls and McCieurx ; will b Danville, Mr. Eiurciiu 1'i.iree wito A dioxo of fine export cuttle pnss-t- tl the nominntiou thro' the tricks of a nnd mow m Faxellc l majori- uud little son. b.x an overwhelmin-cnmpniKn. Ha spoke to the I i I'eaice, the, Ihe is doinir ii land office luisitn-sthrough here Friday en route to (invention. is nominated l.d Hubbard xv huh A number of piomim-ii- t xoiinj third of Clear Wntir I'lorubi, motor- Itichmnnd, n consignment bus heen seen in ty. nnd nltliouteh ruutiim. full lime can ist crowd At present there nrenbout six 1. ...ImI lll.a 111 l.llKflllll lllllMt. ... of 4!) head , ,1 ... (he iippeniauce ot democrats vf Lincoln imiiitx have ed, over I ton) sim Satuidny collected by Mr. Monte Fox, of Dan- other prominent demur ruts 111 the D.iuvtlle me In.nds of Mr. Shanks, xxho liml nt necp up xvitu itieir oriier.would Itrxmi there e several xears aao si"iiitlid their williiiLnes lo take ti p.utook of a hint lioni at the Ken ville, for Mr. CheiMiilt. the gienl Eightth district being 'prominentlhitherto m mihi kind or no outfit here, not bestirred t Im , Stantoid. llov'. Itcckham the iiiistiiiip-- toi the ticktl mid some y mentioned" by their friends as their uists at ihe, exporter of .Madison count x ,,,Mlur lln- - ntHipnittii lini.kn. he . to art nil the hiisine- -i they, want and lull siiiinpins will he done before , , oes to J.nneaster where he u.past, Misses Jnm.. Lackey wiilk-oviluore than thex could iossihlx do. I Ed and N. D. Prit boii"ht a miilu candidates next year against Mr. nn ot live a dax lolls aioiiiid. on Siitiiiilax aflernoo'i. in ' mid Lilli.ui Kiiiiiim tl. ot this city. tolt from T. J. Price for "?EI5, nnd Helm, nnd who nre s.ml tojiaxe enx thrx will s(e tiHt lie ' 'Hite n .nimlier of now bnlldin: nre luisx nad here prospept ol eonstriiclton nml n A leleitiuin was uceivt-11 suckling mule lroin Willium - ilwleil bx ii uhstixntinl llwjoll-j,- , -r Ifmiev tei ed into a "gentleinnn's ngrieinent" 0 theie say, Hint Ibt-- luxe Im SCORE.OF68TO saw- - nnd iihiumt; null localtd here bx postuinster, W. T. West ior rdgniding the proposed call for n the siime farmers hou-ih- t in mi etforl to iclnexc illo. haul, Ix. ! Hint bis niphevv Louis H. .1 mule colt fiom their brothel. W. convention and would ii t nil the biisimms thev enuld stutiii-.- ' . of the Rolled Up liv Stanford Hiqh School the hum is they lost to the Stantoid Over do for simie tinw lo come. West had died ot tub-i- t ulosis at A. Pino for rid"). W. A. Price present t otigressm.m. Sex era! of the C. VANDY DIES AT lads last week. Football Team Against K.S.D. horn-InAn01111, when- - he had rone boti-.'h- t llhtcc I holism ml ni uw of fine timber n ycuiliiiK ii.ule fiom J. M. otbir ptospeftixc candidates hnxe in oi the ".'nine hist FriThe line-u- p HIS COUNTRY HOME has I icon pledued lo he hroueht lien- chun-"ol climate .vould Cies, if l'ic.uhersxille for hopint: fnl't already announced their can- day xvas: lid.icies nnd nre now engaged iu lor shipmifil to ( inciiiimti as soon pioxe ipille beneficial. The dectas-tt- l A liiimher of The i Sthool It am thai deluits Stunloid llrown i niter iifsh: was 'M ycais old and the second , Prominent Farmer and Civil War us lue nileniioaii line from tiere to the Stiiiifoid elevui tin- - fall Is will take atlvautn-;t of tho xxorkiug up interest iu their caiise-- i Audei on, Woods anil Moietnnil is coniplottd The disiaiiee to be the iduimpion team of son ot Mis. .lemiie West ol WashAmong tnctn nppoituuity ami lto lo Stanford to hunting tlieir people. Veteran Passes Away Called .'ii.iril, Clinton Coleman iit;lit ington. I). ('.. hut until icceutly of hear the Honpiahle Champ Claik iu nre Eon. William Jennings Price, of ubiml two miles and a nice lull i MtCaitv left tackle; doe Hill l "Honest Neal." 'soli- - cat alt tin- - loiitc. boxs went up tackle: Emlir.x ami lleiiihart in.ht this pl.it e. A yoiiinr widow three an address at that place Mtiuduy Boyle, who made the rate n few The Stiiiifoiil . Dihi'I be surprised if ,xou hear the au'iiiii-- t the i n Inijs from end, Spaldiiir Hill lelt nil. Tom Cole hiothers. Millanl I'. William It. ('has exiniin:. Ilarxey Helm xcais ago but withdrew befoie the l.verx one in the .ou.miiiiit.x xu . U(.,idi..u' IwiK w, (lf (he school for the deaf at DamiUe mmi lull lp.uk: Hauls Coleman, lett mid 'I Illusion anil iiioilier. Mis. .Inl- and sevcj.il other Lincoluitcs xveie iiiimiiiutit.il was made; Judge John slu.iked wheu the Letts .l lllu liiwlli . ,,,. HIIIIK ,,f l,e on last I'lidnx altciiiooii ami litirnl-I- x hall b.nk;; .111I11 y ami Ur tj ine West hnxe much sxnip.ithx 111 the lieu late Saturday afternoon ails W. Hughes, of Merter county, who .1 Mr. . .rm hiis,.,n on Ustriu.M .,,,, mM liiisb.iud, Thu ,(),rotlw lin. ftl. at the ton them to pieces lo the tune uabt W.itei-f iiiaiicr tin Ix death id the youn writing it veilisin-,- ' the emmincnt MissuuriunV was alo iu the race to ceasesame da was him. in town. Mr. Nanoy um( a(1 w his biolhcr and son. At this xvill tune but was foneil It a picnic ueail) lecture nud ipiito n ,, ...i.Hiiims to of liS to (I. for was homo ho.vs. and hack. I). bail been in ill health f.u Mime Hum , ,1((, n u, J he is not knon. hut it is siippoid, thi-i- i .'o trom licit' to listen to uud enhihe imixiiss on ueeount of illness. Stale all the way K. S. liiashiHi icnlir in-but lew knew that hi. eoiiihlion wa. fc, HtUl ,,,,,.,.,, Aamm ,,, bcie lo his llie strixin-- i democratic mains will be hrom-h- t principles Senator W. E. Dow ling, of Anderson to thin hot Wilder lett .'liuid; Smith t I lea 1, .m, s,,,,,,-.- . was dirretl) ' - ,mP,,.,i ,,etinir up lo and im Indins liaitieiilailx pleasiu; tot nier home, for interment. hy the dis. count v. is said to be 11 sure starter, mil policies 1 pnuut1i-l t f iidniiuis tor the De.if bo.x- - have Myers ht't t tickle, lo panilvMs tiniii a loim ot whh h Wcdiiisdnx umlil Miss Kalheiiiie M. Arnold and has alieaily been announced ns Speaker of the House them tin lmrdcst tushi tackle, lluilolph left tnd; Hawkins been lie had bveu siitlcrniK tor some tune w- - ,uu. SI,,1l(ll 73 acre tniiu diiiiiu; the p.ir few .xcar. The Hi: III uid. Hi 11 told lull back; (juctu intiiideut ot the ( 'In il. Inn's I'll." alley will be an entrant ot the proper time bv A biir 1lc1110cr.it ie ,.,. hv hi" ... ,i... .. Mr 'Xaiiov is siirvixcd ...u... ,.i newspaper. Hospital iu the city ,l ,llt V.I. .11 ...V. ...... . ... - siou- - 1(1 to 0 vvhiili llie K. S. I).. lull. Mciitiitr ami Smith nuht was nnilid iu uiiiui.i-.'- otat loiiisxille held iu this city 011 next Saturdax his home of Jessamine Col. John IL wile, tour children hihI eleven ralid low price. loe lo school boxs Ihe First October -- 8th, with Former ftoxet-uo- r Weh Ii, county, is the 1'iaiiM'oit hull. ojlitii ipi.irl r li.ick. inn no ihildree. lie was llie last iniinliur mid a splendid luircaiu. Address lli-- li School stfiiuttl to miln ut. Hint ' Christum chimh. Font Hi and ns chief ora- another, who is very anxious for J. C. W. I his tiimilv, nu oiilv hiothei bav Wetlne-d.i- x Imi stii-ct-. hJ lliistoiivillu, Kx.. ipuck. alleiiioou tor of the coiixocition. Local eongicssional honors. Il is s.ud Hon Ibex were tcrml cms tin-- , se.i DR. PHILLIPS HONORED lib this niK dud on M ut i Ii o The piotnietid imiliiif: at Sab in son nnd evcrxone who wenl out to to Mr. llein x M. Makin. a speakers xvill aNo he incliulid on deny Sullivan, who was stmugly was iioru in Meieir llillell The fanner ot .diclhx tountx. The the pro'.'inni. nud a brass band mid mentioned as n candidate at the lie.ir "Haihstoll" i loed Suii-dx- x Ihe uuiiiii I'riilax anticlpitiil a miieli Local Man Chosen Grand Junior limit in 1n 10. lie oalisWil i the IS additions lo the ihuiih. liiiiiler combat tlitiu wiis the oiiti 0114 limit u ilniiuhtir of Mrs. James A. oilier nltiactioiis will he enlisted fol hist primary against Mr. llihn is Kentucky Masons Deacon of 1'iisl N'enluckv (uxiilrv nnd siixnl ! Arnold The hauilsonu- home ot Mr. and of this toiinty uud has a the occasion. Lincoln dcmociats also said to he strongly urged by The iiiine ut Sonnrs.t tlie Satui-da- y ill roiiv Ii the Civil Wnr.. On Dccein-he- i Mis W, J. Campbell on Dou-'lame. his friends to gel into the rate at bx The Kentuckv (liautl l.od.'e of ho- -l of friends lure in bet home me coidiallx invited. prex ions which Siantonl won U .(till IMiii nimriid Misx Miuv is onllx adiuiied h) ill who a El In II si nre had nude the boys 1'it-this time. So far the only counties the jioom in low a who mid .icicptttl Masons held l.oiil-i- (iillieit. d.illbler of John Imxi iiispcciid it. It is not only t . vvhiih are not saM to in Ihe THE U, D. C. OFFICERS pst nylit and trom now 011 they spkiidul session ,11 l.otn-- v il't- - l.i- -t vviuuin-- ; such a dcsii.ihle helinu-iteWcb-l(nllmt, nf tins count and i .odd it i mix iiieiu, hulls a'su n Iiaxe embrx alio e.inilieies glowing 'I heir vnk Atlci Noxtuiber fust the h.ippx iL'htx hail to -- top ot fuels toltowti 'Ihe will be I uitiil luailo Ills holnc lunr Slanfoid llie ti udi I ol beaut V. -! The Kintnthy Division, in their midst aie llockciist'e and 'enl d iflVnive woik was 1101 vvi le ii stalhtl to Hi iisjiui-.- ' xi.ii : votinv-- couple will be nl home at lemiiioib-ut his lilt. To this union Dauuhleis ot the Colikilcutcx, 111 Spiiicer which 1110 said to be xerv Kingston, l'a. The iimtiai ltd lueitim. at the appniiut in Fn.hix's yame than .uiy- D.1X0I .Im l.soit, London .'innd 1'i.lie sheet, In m. tout sin seveii :, last week elect-t- il strong for jlelni. Shelbx county : Itatilist ehuicb hete closed on I'ri 11 in: else tor llie umsoii in.il tnev nilisti-i"Monday was court day. session at Lexinj-tn,. .loscph .11 Ewnlt, Paris de- -, , oofficers and atteudeil to a hu-jtixiiii:. H. L. anov. Miss Kate xn - t( Ilnlph Gilbert into n.l.luioiis to the kept the ball in their opponent's lor- - pulx mnml miistii: O. S Wait-- . Cox- max launch llKt Ms.sis. .1. A. Dotx mid lletiiy Arnoy, Miss Marx anoy, .ui-- l Mrs. .Mis. the aieiia, it is said, if the matter , ho-.Ii amoiiut of loutine business. senim u .11 den; (!tor-- i nold shippttl u ear load ot ritoix practically all the lime ot melon ,,. i John I.. Woodbury, of Loiiisxille, ically Incomes ns complicated us ii. .1. imis. vii nine son the U. S. tilax".' (I-- i the ileleilsi', hovx exer, , t. Wnisn"v. Cm 10III011. uniiul junior eui iuunsli Widuesilay. j, ,llen has , iola and Dollx , il.iiiehlcts, Mi.ses .Main V, lomi. Mi. . II. Mason entei taint tl tho wus hotiortil with the highest ofdee, now seems probable, and llie effoit whin the Ix. S. D.. hols were putitin-.- ' windi-n- : .lohn II. I.ialhirs, Loiiisxille ,nm to the j:ravi a , r,., t t Ynnoy that of president, while the other is made to beat tho direct priiuarv . 'u are tl... I. ..ml linn field like a stiiu. xvatl, WH ,miu..i niiil irinsnrii: II. It. Giant. Louis- - bridiiv ti.trlx of Ihe Miisim by election us law to the barrier. fr "!?" ,f;" j hid to xvelconie these ,miil people ut mix ju,.. I. Fish- - xxeililinir Willi an elaborale lunclieon. oftieers were tilhd sciwiniy. John and then wa no ptiielratioti xir. xuuox was a inemot-- r oi iuol.( ijt, v,,( JJnd, uiit, M .l.lleto-vii- . uunl a - is - I Dr. W. M. Huinett has sold his follows: Tlie otfiiisixe woik ot the , ... ....t.ii ' Christian church at McCorinaek's SPEAKING DEMOCRATIC Fpt vice president. Mm. Harry 011 Water Streit to Dr. j , y,, .. 'if,. nmi dauhtier Clutrl.-I.oijiiiiaii Embrx M. Ilid. part of his life, mid iu(U. usitiK tl,t.;r numerous frietniU 1.... i..i. ..inns. l stood outand bill- - mm s.u ii.tiirv tho following MeCaity, ot Nichohisxille, seioud is u list of the The lu-lichnpliiiu; L. A. W. M. Elliott of ltixnntsxille foi xiry j Miildh slioto.iniiil in the hin-Jun-m- r xice president. Miss Annie Oullion, speaking dates in Lincoln county. lis uurjuiK jsioiiuu uc nut jhiu iu .... i..,.ri anil viciiiiiy tins xv eiK the whole jame. Davi- -, lltiui. Ii.intly tliioii-tluuisenior ibucoii, f.'i.OOO. 'Possession to he ixeu rest on rn.lay itfttfr short jerucos homo Wed- - while Ihe intcifcieiiee jiixeu t'lem bx M. M. I'lullips, Stnnfoid. uraiid ),. Alcorn lirsl after which time Drs. Carndlt'in; thiid xiiO president, All of tlie gentlemen nre good spoak-tr- s I tho prtxvvo uy iter. u. m. WJMr.iK,MjIV rom (iiiito nil extended trip Mrs. Wootl LotiKUioor, Frankfort: lit hear nnd everbdv is Watii", and iu tail exery 1(,- - duu-ou- . tleorue M. Spiiicer, Car- - Elliott mid lUirnett will lonu u Ur. VunoT. wm. one of Lincoln Ihroucli the Siinnv South. recordinj,' secretury'. Mis. Wm. F. them. for piaciitiu-- their piotes-sioWaters ise. .'innd iiinrslinl; John Vosi Ash- 011 the lentil, wax ureal. inn n coualj's best known farmers, n man Tnjloi, Columbus, Ky., col respoud-iti(Prof. J. W. Iteland nnd K. S. AlThe Kentucky tobacco troubles iliilain inn thu laud, uniuil 'sv.oul bearer: John C. f ktnet integrity uud ho regarded have resulted in onlnrKinE the to- llie litllo miiirii'ihiick well nihil secrgary, Mrs. 11. II. Ainslee, corn will speak ut Molxinnev Fiitbix S. D. Hothwell celebinted his birth Viuighl, Uiuiheslci". srmul puisui-xnn- t: eleven like a fcr (bone who knew him that he was bacco industry in Missouri nnd oth- whole te;istrar, Mis Annie night October '27th nnd nt Iliehnrd' most sumiiliious Louisville, ivint: Ch.iiles A. Cnpe. Loiiisxille, tiny h ntiil their leuin woik was what fttii colled "IUuest Neal". He will er Males. St. Louis factories will dinner to n number of his ii tends Davis Major, Cudir, historian, Miss school house Saturday night Oct. til. a ml Ixh-r- . tin xittoix the mole made ci be Mneerl.r rooartiMl by a host of in the future Jessie Veujter, Owyisboro; Missouri, Spenking ut 7lT;i0 P. M. imtronisie at his home ut Diippiu-- . Spunks. uud strikiu-:- . trieaid and lored oi'irv, , of crosses of honor, Mrs. J. M. lions. J. S. Owsley, Jr.. nn I M. Uiss klahssa Ham who bus I. ecu and hnxe lesn freight bill lo iiuiile Har-li- s on experimentine not You are Of the 12 touihdowiis chnpluin, VMn. F. North will speak at Crab Orek ill of typhoid I'eVir tit the hotni of Arnold. NexxpoiA; Chu'nber-lniti- .i pav. (ilcniau wiut oxei for sex en: xourself vxlien xotl tnke MMcrats First m laHat Potts, Leiiiitou ard Saturday nfternoou Oct 'JS. at her brother in Somerset has suf- - Eii'tenia Dunb-An inleriiihnn line up Hie eieek Wcslex u x Cmeli Usnieili for for two, Joe Hill one, Mrs. C. (V HotIe, 1 :30 P. II. tliioiireh the Clias. llntk place on to Will McCariy one and he kicked 11 Doit nr....iiriiti.in luis won lis srent fieienlly leioveied to come lo her xixe ehapUin, Snnroiary of Stnte llruner Iihh Moreland would brinp nu immense Danville. W. S. Hurch and M. F. Ninth win This reputation nnd extensive sail hv its home at Hiattsxille. lielnl toa anil iiied the official ballot to all of business here from Hrodfonlsville lust one was niaile ufter rtne. tpeak nt Kind's Mountnin Tuesday Mrs. Frunk H. Marksbury enlr- -- ansiitinn-al remaikithte curen of colds, and can Court Clerks who in turn and beyond. There hns Men pledged The best planter: A piece of tluu-nlhe Oct. 21, 7:i0 P..U. , It U taiuetl Hie Embroiderv Club Friday in alvvnvs be dipemled upon. tun after u kick-of- f will certify the ballot to the printers ovei '1,0011 acres of piod timber nnd dampened with Chamberlain's ivfiesh- Very inxituu; lions. ,1. H. Puxton bnd T. J. H'l, x.ilunble for adults and ihil- - nflernooii. have the tickets prepared for tho othei commodities in propoition. On the third ipuuter. and boand on over the af- at Wnvneshurg, S.itunluy Oct '2S, at to Liniment t'npt. Meiiniei, of the K. S. D., dreii nud tnny be ixen to younir meats weie seixed by the iacious fected parts is suerior to a plas- 1:30 P. M. Novem-Keleition. The Detnocratie ..I. tt.l. a.i ...... ...,...s. HS hostess . alone it would tet enoiiKh to team put ut a stiff ,'nim lis xvas IVIIII.IIVI, n.ll. imt.linil f tlnttili-llP- .. C..1.1 r.. llikel is the tilsl on the ballot. The pay for the road iu n very few Tim ll.n WiilVcr Puce ( hiiiilnr ter and costs only one tenth as his men, who simply IIl coiiliiuis 1111 iiuimiui uiuj, " 78-- 4 eionil lac on the ballot toes to months. There are no euls or ex- possible with Don't trifle with a epld. is gooil 78-- 4 of the P. D. C met Monday ntter- - much. For sale by all dealers. Outchiksed from everv point. bv all dealers. weie with the log pensive fills to make. x noon ut the home of Miss Jane Doty .'lie to . A hillside ndviee for prudent men nnd woinea. which Stanford enibleui. The prohibi. cut nearly nil the route and thin is The only featute in Stale Inspector Todd has filed It may bo vitul in case of a chilU. cabin Fi lends of the late Justice John on Danville wlreeL "weak was tirkiokinc jtoal. has (he eti(l; the Social-1- Hie ihciipest mad bed to uinke for seemed Iiwn occurred in the with the Governor a leimrt of an There is nothing better than tli.im- A marriage wh'n-11 poor muu. only three, outside of the tiehl koI M. Harlan nv he died liantU clasped oer n mtlwitv investigation in (Jraves couaty .which iriajn's Cough llenedy 'or cough Tlf Hustourille his estate eonsistin-,- ' of n home iu Second Presbyterian church in Lex" during tho )luy. ' seivice. -- .. ,' enl.k in children.' It is safe Hoewlist Labor, tb upnRht .. otiiiiirrciiii.! i.l. .1. !. 1. !.!...! ,1.!.. cu- - behi kicked (lobe; v mo effeetn. iinttou Inst week is of interest lo alleces thai :13,634.8. is due the is uriiuiu mis n here for return W s.. ion nml Sotuersel comes por 8au by ull deaUrs. county officials , liainmer, 8V,rt, arm. the hnud tiipninit a J,pes to be uble lo Ret ieipr was 17.500 a year! LMMiter people m the bride has Connowesllh from triune next Sulurdny and the papers I'urtw tickel, Ihe Hi. sniilbein In Uk Moek lh nnd the People. Mt. the bsmMN. plow 11 11 nl r lii-l! com-milt-. l V Lo-ruean-op.V i r e-ueii-Tilllei-ol- TO OPPOSE SHANKS. Gov. Beckham Speaks Here Friday BEAUTIFUL WEDDING SOLEMNIZED AT LANCASTER ' w s -il mini-clou- Lo-.'a- oppo-dttnii- . - hi-n- I I lixed here the (renter part of her life. The contracting parties nre Mrs. Mary Kinuaird McDonald nnd Mr. Clement Ilnssett of Salem. New Jersey. The lintle was .'owned in n lianilsome irrny triixchnir suit with hat to match. The newly wedded pair left for Los Angeles California where they will reside. Mr. nnd .Mrs. W. A. Arnold w ill lenvfl Lancaster shortly to become residcntH of tho enlcrprisiutr town ot 'London. lhey will cncnjto in the In dry busbies nnd will hnve nu establishment. Thex will he iiccompniiied to their new homo hv ninny good wishes. W. E. Moss is xisitme; relatives in Not th Carolina. Mi"s Ixn IJaird of Sltelliy villi- - is the fnest of Miss Arnold Elmore. Mrs. James Witt hns been with her parents in Jessamine county. Miss Annie Mux Walker, of Richmond has he on the Ritet of her aunt Mrs. . Hudson. Mrs fleorje Woods and little son ot Hrokeii Arrow, Okla., are with .Mr. and Mrs (1. A. Svxincbroiul. Miss Lily Noel of Dauvillo bus beet' Miss Annie Austin. Mr. Thos. Anderson and criiiul dnii'tiiter Miss Alberta Anderson hnxe been xisit-in- ir relatives in Kansas Citx. .Mrs. John M. Mount is 111 Louisville for a xisit mid al-- o a dcle-.alto the Suni day school convention from the Mdhodist church. Mrs. II. Zimmer is home attei u xisit to relntixes iu Cincinnali. Ilex. C. C. llrown is-- in Louisville for the Siintbix Sehoi I Convention. Miss Ilcssic Drown wim ut home S.iturda nud Sunday trout Mathsoit Ft mule Institute. Mrs. TRYING TO COMBINE ON HELM CONGRESSMAN dec-hir- I i Mc-('li- c - ,' - lr - ds iiu-li- -- on nl pre-illel- nl emu-Phu-- u. lem-lolii- re lr .... s eh-itu- Ku-ni- ..... 1 CIH--.-O- M j.,,,-1,,,,- HM-n- ,,!. S.it-uiib- iy 11 liruc-licin- side-tracki- s 11 - Ih-.-l- Vn-jcr- Kcu-luck- x. n-h- ,. ne hanl-ti-'hti- w, 1 s ,. dele-ratin- h: , L.'itt-hfifh- 1 1 siu-cr- i ,, 1 It-- timi-kabl- s Dci-klm- 1 i-ar. I well-to-d- - s e 11 1 et ci 11 11 vx 1 -"- wi-u- . ,, ,.,.,,. Lo-tu- ..,,! s t P.irt-utrsh- ip ur-;e- n. 4l .', 11 11 11 0ttj 11 el liri-yu- lun-he- r - 1 1 .... ""' st ti - . 't" .jywiii n w 'TT" TJT" "- -S rrv THE IWTEWIOW JOURNAL. TANF0B. KENTUCKY. T1IPMMV. nr.TOHEW 24. till. Any And " Question Or Information On Cheerfully Give. Insurance We Of The Handsomest 1912 Calendars You Will In Return Receive One , INSURANCE In A Class tof Ourselves. We Write All PROTECTION Classes Go Anywhere For " . We Write Life. Fire, BUSINESS Best protection, The Amount -- 6ire to pay - OF - Event of loss ', ' I LOST A How We Customer ' Accident And 1 Bonds Like We Advertise ri HE DIED But We Paid His Wife and Children His Policy In I Full. Ate You Insured? H H. At t t , Insurance No delay nor Sixty days' wait Don't Dilay. Terms Easy. .WANTED! A Live Wire Representative. AT Until you get GAINES '4 , Rate on All Classes. Eventually. Hustonville, McKinney, and Perryville. To Write e'll Go Your Bond, e Protect The Wife and Children e Rebuild your Home you when sick e Care e come when you are Never fail to pay f Cash in case ot loss - 4 Why not now? If H , I! i: ft ED. G.GAINES J The w Jeff Companies ' "None Better" Farm Business Installment Plan. fr Hurt So do not forget us. e won't forget you. Few As Good Old And LANCASTER KY toimlle this week. There were quitn a number present at the houe .irt on the 13th given by Mr. ind Mrs. II. B. Floyd, in honor of their lugh-le- r. Miss Mattio Flojd. Among thoso pre-ru- t, "'ere Mr. Kdgnr Ve--I, Miss Frankie Smith. .Mr. Virgil Kstes, Misa Dora Montgomery, Mr. Walter MT. SALEM. Siins,Mis Knitiia Montgomery. Mr. We are so glad to know, that Mr. Kdgnr Smith, Mr. Krni-.- t Ctc. Herman Smith, who has been veiy MiMKrs Clo.vd and John eley low with typhoid fever, is recovering Mr. Kdgnr Vect and .Misses Annie Mism Jennie ii has liecu on May Vf- -t ami Krankie Smith, of I he ick list for a few dnv. Mr-- . near KuighVille, were the attractive Belle l'lovd has bct-- eounncd to guests of Miss Mnltii. Mho I'ln.-.- l her room though for a few Inst week. Mr. and .Mr. Barker, she is miprovimr. (he ime-l- s were f Mr. and .Mrs. Our Suiidav rln.(i is still prngrcs-sin1. B. Flojd first of the week. nicely. Kvcr.vbody is invited to Miss Mattic .M. Floyd, wns in Hus- - come out and be with us, may lead hint to. It nm load Junto a drunkards' graw; not onlv to a drunkard's grao but lo a cikIK'-- s hell. So old men, young mi-and bos, think of this and neer take the social dram and you will be a useful character in this life. Reliable. a fine girl nntiicd Li.zie F.stes. Born, to the wife of W. I J. Kldcr a line hoy named Cecil. U'c are having a very nice Sabbath school here and large attendance, but we shall soon close out owing to cold weather. T. L. Bryant lias gone to Co. bin to work at the carpenter's trade. His wife will soon go to join him there. They will be' greatly missed tluimghnut this section. . A. A. Wren and .Mr. Hopper are doing a lot of fine saVuig now. Iheo Rogers lio.hu, been ill for many weeks is able to ho.ahofit again his liieniN will ih glad to know. Hverxbody in the knobs are fight-inbitterly ubtiint tho liiky and stock law. Kvcry mother, ctery wife and every hister might to speak agaiiM the open saloon, for it makes many a sad and wrecked home and viiiim-ninny it mother's heart to ache as night comes on and boy is out somewhere in a saloon breaking his good mother's and father's hearts. Kvcry man and boy that is old enough to cast is vote ought to vote on the election today and say by that vote we will have no open saloon. Ah, but little does the young boy think when ho entets the saloon ami takes the first dram, whero it er- ir s at the opera Elder was a long red beet .weighing "Mutt and Tim vonr bonk of the Eastern live pounds and n half. This beet Klntn Vnrmnl snlinnl lit lliehraond house Tuesday night. made cuom;h to can one gallon of everyhns just been issued, nnd like beets. 1872 Established thing else with which President J. HOLDAM'S MILL. Born, to the wife of Theodore Bog- (J. Crnbbe, has to do, it is first class every particular. Tho Year Book M. 8AUFLEY,.. HELTON in William Owens began a singing gives a delightful insight into the school at Mt. Zion on Snturday evwork that is II A YEAR STRICTLY IN ADVANCE greatKnstern Normal. being done iy ening October 21. Lena Noakes und More (strength the Interior Journal. Entered at the rostotfice at ford aa second class mall. Stan- Democratic Ticket. For Governor James B. McCrcary. yor governor E. J. McDennctt For Treasurer Taos. S. Knea. For Secretary of State C. F. Crece- 11116. 3 E fl For Attorney Uoneral James Garnett. For Auditor II. M. Boswnrrb ir'or State Superintendent or Schools Carksdale Hamlett for Commissioner Agriculture J. W. Newman. Greene. For Clerk Court of Appeals K. L. For Railroad Commissioner V. F. Klalr. For Circuit Judge Cbarlea A. Hardin. children of Owensboro are visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Bryant Elder Ed. Hubbard manifested n Brown. Joe and Etta Delaney ot sudden change of heart last Saturare the guests of A. II. day when he switched to support of Lancasterthis week. upou becoming Noakes tho county unit lull Rev. Morgan filled his regular apthe republican nominee for the legis- pointment at this place on Saturday Wonder how umuy of lature. Sunday last. Rev. lliggins wilt the real temperance voters ate go and preach lure on the 1st Sunday in believe that such a sudden ing to November. "conversion" is thoroughly sincere! One of the largest tomatoes raisby A Bovlo countv iurv did its duty ed in this section, was ruised red tomnto well when it sentenced Jolm Boar- - Bryant Brown. It was a weighing two pounds and u half inan, of Marion county, to death for You bet it swas n beauty. .Minnie. Lamb. un assault upon Miss A beet raised by Mrs. Richard Clurence Alford, lus cousin, wuoa-siste- d in the crime, is yet to be tried. to the arm of its able president. da, g 1 BETSY'S POINTERS: "Molly thinks it is possible to a husband to perform many useful feats, but ono of the most difficult is to teach him to buy econ omically for the household. I just write a note, send my husband to Coffey & Coleman's nnd bnck comes just what I ordered nnd just how I want it." train CASH FOR ACCOUNTS AHD NOTES comes easily and direct when you place them with us for collection. Wo make collections ami ok after claims anywhere in the I'litied Slates and Canada, and make no charge unless w collect. Bank reference. Correspondence Invited. MAY'S COLLECTION AGENCY, S' 3 McKINNEY TEACHERS' MEETING The following is a program of the Wherever Ollio James has spoken Teuchen.' Meeting to bo held at the greatest en- McKinney, October 28th, 1011. Behe has 2 o'clock. mid the crowds that have ginning at thusiasm, 1 Song. come to hear him have been number2. Devotional Exercises. ed by the thousands. His arraigna. Welcome Address, Cyrus John- Fo Kenrosentative W. II. Shanks. JA ft COFFEY A COLEMAN, hn 190. .. Prompt Delivery. Somerset, Kentucky. i ments of the Republican party and its President for their failure to live up to their platform pledges, has been received with the greatest favor The people nro eager to hear the fullcbt discussion of uationnl questions, nnd Mr. James has coercd the ground in a most eloquent and convincing way. Nothing is surer than Unit the next Legislature of Kentucky will be Democratic, mm that Ollic James will ervo tho sis ycuin' term in thn United Stttes senate. Hon James (Jaruett ii .proving n tower of strength to the party, not only in the Eleventh District, where his following iimong both Democrats and Republicans h very large, but in rvery other section, of the state. He is recognized as u man of loyalty and proved ability mid a ninn of tiio highest personal integrity Tho office ho socks is one of tho mos Important in tho Mute, and the Democrats nro lortunute to Iiuv as 's their candidate n ninn of Jim standing nnd talents. flat-nelt- son. 4. Response Mrs. Woolford. and 3. Value of Litcraturo Prof. S. S. Robinson. School. of number Demonstration work in a primary class. Miss Mndii Butler, alternate Miss Bogle. 7. Method of discipline. Iv. Q. Martin. Discussion Rev. Palmeter. Dr. T. Necessity of Sanitation. 11. Singleton. Discussion. Mr. Herbert Reynolds G. ASHAMEDOFHERFACE "I won ashamed of my face." write Miss I'lckard or North Carolina. "It nnd curn. van all full of plmrlexPrescription but I). for nfter UBlng 13. say V. that now there la i:czema I can no sign of that liczema and that was three years nuo." Thin la liut one of tlisuKinda of caws la which D. 1. D. ho niroply washt 1). I. 13. awuy the skin trouble. cleanses the Hkin of tho term of 1'sorlanlB and other eerlous skin dlKeases; stops thu Itch lnntantly, ana I;o-ze- DEATH OF MRS. RICE Purchase a round trip ticket from your home to Louisville, when you completed your shopping in this store, take your return ticket and your checks, which are given you with each purchase to the transer desk, End of building first flooivand we will refund to vou in cash 5 per cent of total purchases up to the amount of your round Irip railroad fare. Shoe Week For Our Mail Order Customers. FEATURING "HER MAJ ESTY" THE BEST $3 SHOE ON E ARTH. FINISH TO BE FOUND IN A MUCH HIGHER PRICED SHOE. ALL LEATHERS. ALL STYLES, ALL SIZES AND CAREFUL ATTENTION. ONE EMBRACES "d South AND have sales your when lined with I). P. I), eonp tho cure reem to lie iermancnt. Nothing llko V. 1). I. for the complexion. Emerson, in Livingston, of her son Trial bottle SB cent, enounh to 8:1.") A. M., of u prove tho merit of this wonderful reinSunday the 22, at ed v. Uo We can nlno Rive you a full pilar-antcomplication of diseases. Tho reon our absolute for mains were brought here Monday bottle that 11.00 very first bottle falls If thin morning and buried in Buffalo ceme- to give you relief It will cost you nothing. tery tit 10 A. M. Brief servi"cs were Slmqars & Tanner. Druggist?. conducted o or the body at the Hotel by Rev. J. J. Dickey, und concluded at, tho grave. Mrs. Rico is survived by two sous, (Jims, mid Emerson Rice, of Livingston. Mu. Wt are In position to do all klndi o( such us ItlocK Work, i'nvmenli W. M. Field of tlis county is a and. la Int't. ww can make any thlK from niece of the deceased. Six grandbouse down to uftmce Ht. We can itrvf eunrnnteu nrt-cl- i Mrs yon promptly and Uall and Kt our prtovi sons acted as pall bearers, work and maturlal. was working Rice was a native of Ilumilton coun- before you buy your materia! at least. Tlint "double overtime on last Saltiidtty. For fur- ty, 0., but her husband and f.nnilv ther explanations we refer to eoituiii removed to Kentucky years ago. She eo Mrs. Elizabeth Rice, widow of tho Into llenrv (.'. Rice, died at thu homo THE STLLE, COMFORT MATERIAL PRICE. WRITE TO-DA- YOUR ORDER WILL RECEIVE Lest ppompt and selected "Her (jrades Majesty" shoes are the best for the reason that the leathers, "HER material; and workmanship are .all Ijy of the MAJESTY" Sold Exclusively Stewarts. CONCRETING Autumn And Winter Styles. Stylish tans, suedes, dull calf, patents and kid leathers. Fabrics are black satin, velvet and cravenettes. Medium cut button are used featuring the popular hiiih toe stub last effects. The more conservative shapes If desired. Prices $3.00. (Incorporated). cos" PHILLIPS BROS., THE STEWART DRY GOODS CO., Stanford, Kentucky vwnwicjtl,iaiiit-iii;htrmw(- i H- - local politicians. was a mot estimable lady. fl . Louisville; Ky. UM tWfcssltii n m wii m iiii'iiiaiiiMMmiMBinwf ' it.ltM .- JL.t -- mmiimmXmmmmamiMkmm -"- "JF1 THE INTERIOR JOURNAL, STANFORD. KENTUCKY. TUESDAY. OCTOBER 24. 1911. IVe Eqn Are 16 TWO GREAT CATCHES Paying today for 17c WftSTElfe New c Hens Roosters Ducks Turkeys Hides New feathers . 44i 8- 7"o 2c -- .......C 10 lie -8 30 2c 7 International DlCTKJNAKT It If a wc THE MERMAN WEISTER? AA.. , ..Borandlb culture. TAe only world's mouint, eld action WW.V.MW H. B. Northcott. T. K. Tudor. Mgr. PHONE 153. HENRY L. CAtEY. D. V. JIIW OREA- V.VI 'Iiumi Vo)to)rliarlr. t. Oltlce LOQAN'S STABLE, Phone U2, Agent American Mog uuolora Btrure. DANVILLE. KY. Former Director Animal Industry Philippine letandm. ExVeter tnarlan United Stutes Army i Btw unabridged dictionary la 040.7 year. Mum orer 409,00a Word, mora thaa over Before appeared between two aorere. tooo II 7oa imttfUOBB. It la Hi mulr dletloaair ' ' with the new divided age. A "Stroke of Oerdua." BteiBIg It la an encyclopedia In mmmmmmm m uiaiv TUIUUIIi t la aooeeted br tha i. Oourti, Schools and areas aa me one tapreme litafl upon waarlng them. A large vi nuns ui oom siaes waa gathered around the field, In carriages, automobiles and on their cow pontsi, and a delegation of cowboya atood holding their ponies, VERACIOUS ACCOUNT OF RE- - making a sort of living fenco around "lie ball ground. Aa I said, wo were-MARKABLE BASEBALL run to tk good In tho ninth ln EPI80DES. nlng, but tha Minors were last at bat, 1 and with oaa man out and a man on aacond baa tha balUr kit tha ball GREAT GAMES IN SOUTHWEST far out to Uft Hold. Tho loft loMor aaw that ho couldn't catek Uha.kfJL aad running la aand with thoao high-bmUNDERTAKER AND EMBALMER emerece Rat sensible far Turn In TM toot mad hlaa ao alow Chat STANFORD, - KY ? enli af Battle Oayme Oete an Aaelot It aMn't 000a foaalblo ko Hobo 'Pkoao M, Happy Hegan rHehae to roack tho kail aatf tktww it toxft m Offlco 'Pkoao 1(7. Mao to kotat of tko,ruur Wfn Barne. pi buck-board- s, J. C. McClary 3. qp HOG linn t CHOLERA, aaBBBBBBBBW toBBaBBBBBBBm 1bbbbbbbbbbbbmV9bbbbbbbV presented for onlr S cent per month forcncli hot, The nick nro cured nnd Hum tiHnod hniteln the same herd lire kept from liMlnit ttinill-n(n- r b) rente per Hend. Kpldemlce ciimo In tho full nnd prlnit nnd etery yenr tliotunndu of f firmlicit ItllUN IKMl nlfOf.KUA KKMKliV er! lo.o their curvunnd prevent (!lmlern.rnunh. Worms, Kevere, Hcoure nnd Tliuimn.stlmiilnte tin. niii..tlt', nld dlnentlon nnd mines lions to lake on extrn flesh from the snmn feed, ftctfer Ret onto today nnd nte your hoits, t ynur driiKiilst' or sent upon receipt of price, gallon U, iiunrt tl-Manufactured nnd gunrnntiTd by Ifourboii Itemedy Oo., Islington, Ky Hold liy ho. New Stanford Drug Co., Stanford, Kentucky. PUBLIC SALE! Having decided to go west, we will offer for sale to the highest and best bidder tn THURSDAY NOVEMBER 2, 1911 At 10 A. M., the following property, consisting of 375 acres of fine flueflrass land, situated In the famous Cams Dick Robinson section ef Garrard county. Ky., 6 miles from Danville, S miles from Lancaster, I dwelllrm, 3 mile tff Lexington turnpike en good county road. perches, 2 good cisterns at doer, dwelling Illuminated with acetylene gas, all necessary outbuildings, 2 large tobacco barns, I good stock barn, I large silo, 200 young fruit trees just beginninq to bear, farm is well Farm will be sold in two watered and in good state of cultivation. tracts and. as a whole, then taking the best bid. Terms on Farm. One half down! balance in I, 2 and 3 yenrs at 6 per cent per annum. CATTLE. 40 head of fat cattle, will weigh 130 pounds. 4 head milk cows and 3 calves. 7 brood sows and I boar. MULES AND HORSES. I pair mare mules 15 4 hands, 8 years old. I pair mare mules 15 hands, 3 years old. I pair mare mules 15 hands. 2 years old. I mare mule 15 4 hands, 5 years old. I horse mule 15 hands 2 vears old. 5 yearling mare mules, good ones 3 sucklinq marc mule colts. 3 good brood mares in foal to jack 5 to 10 I gelding. I vears. I 3 year old harness mare, a dandy. family mare. 500 bales geldinq, qood driver. I of good timothy hay. Farming machinery of every description, includinq 6 horse power Fairbanks-Mors- e gasoline 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. Tarn; will be sold promptly at 10 o'clock. m 3--2 -2 3--2 Iwni u Pgf. kuk I laorllr. The New x you about tola new work. ha who koowi H7n Baccrtf. Let ua tall Depositor In QCIamiAII WITTS iw ,! CO-- at mm I t1M mtm. i.VWfuM.aWl The new depositor this at- bank mav lie assured of direct personal tention and service for this has hecn our policy for 40 years. A hankers' advice and acquaintance is usually valuable. His actual help certainly is. PLENTY OF LUMBER Deposits LINCOLN NATIONAL of ON kTfHM4ji out I do,t kwr, Wjair LIVERY AND FEED STAOLE aa tko cayalo nsTeko u wftk tko kail It goto aearoa at aooUc Uto kaU 8TANFORD, KY. roll, aad atartoa to kok. J atoror' aaw ouek ylteklag aad bscioaf, aad1 fault. MASONS' MEETING. right la tko middle of tho pctfona-aacTheac yarms cost' right from tha lodge No. 0. A I aeas tko ball coming at will bo InLincoln communicationr. on A. M. nrst meet stilted eat of action, for ther ra pUrlag rrom left Bold like a lash of light. esc a and nv.iVC.w r ?h7. I? .! "M month, at T: ball all winter dowa la the deaert Tko Int ruaW still Is IS foot from ford.Ky. learue In Art ion a and aouthern Cali- the plate Tho ball came Into my mlt Menilrioflter odaeinre fra prM,nt- W- - Pen fornia. ao hard It almost knocked ,me down, alngton fie7""1 ' Stop the preia Another one Just but I atuck to It and touched tho came In. It begin to look aa It tbo runner ouL V.'uat had happened I) MACCABEES. down In Ihn denert are full didn't understand, but I found out aft- athlrtei A. C. Sine, of alka or some other brand of lie. erward that the bucking broncho had I Deputy State Commander JIM SCOTT'S YARN picked up that ball in hla rear shoe Stanofrd. Ky., Tbli happenrd, which makfa It un and when bo kicked he kicked It from I like a lot of other buehall 8TANFORD TENT NO. 7. storlei I deep left field straight Into my handa I can cet affldavltti for It and saved the gameefor have read Meets : 4th : Monday : Night us. If nectfcuary, but think you oucbt to takr my word for IL It happened only IIAPPT IIOOAN'S SLIDK W. W. BURGIN. I tho nrt week after New Year'a, In a I am still playing ball not playing DENTIST. came that I pitching at lllsbf-e- . ball still, no one ever accusad me of Office at Residence. The day i hot The pleasant little that. Week before last I made the I rattleinakei CRAB ORCHARD. KV were aportlnc coyly greatest play of my life and I want nround In loft field, a few centlpedea to send you the full details of It, so DR. T. W. PENNINGTON and acorplons wore puriulnc a taran tula past the pitcher's alab, and the Dentist Hours 8::i0-1A.M. and 1 to 4:30 P M ihort Btop wti pattlnc a Cilia monster offlce .Myers Hoiwe flats Stanford Kyi on the head All Arizona nature o 8ai, Senna to ao Oto.roUewiaf authoatte mmu of BWfcaea Uto aeet remaikaMe catok yet racortML No aflaartu acoeaMr Ut atrr? Jhw'i word la auMciaaL O tka toUawtaf mail caaaa aee4 auaJtr truthful narratlr from Jeaaa OraMart, catcher. If ha haaa't tied Jim It lua't kit ra ue PULLBRTON. Ikoaa frooa koaaV Trutkrat Jaaea BeetL hotter k&ewa :WWg:--ikBaft Deatk Valley Mm. tin Ull w faaao Unky pfteator of Ua Ckicac WUto tUM ft CflBl By MUstM . N v aaj IHIIIIHIIfllNIH PROPCMIQrlAL AND Of land, stock and crops. u o iwba mto'ft a rrtaM ot kit koUaaa nao aaa arcana to uie Uhft pa eo.jr t(ajff o BUtlNKBI CARM koTMhaaft. m To Juo kow ko oakft B. D. CARTER u Sallie F. Pence & Sons. 1. M. DUXN't AlTTlONTKf:H Marksburv. Kentucky. 2 HAND whatever fur it'l liiiild roiiji, it .1 amount qladly received. COUNTY DANK. iiirioii. IniM-- c, So il mi mint In Iiiii ii, n i a lintl-- lin ki'i: th'i i' or II feller, entile Wi' linte ronult cini-not lit'tr for tlio nmtciinU. till purl mill nirrs in lxilh comer next In Court IIimio Stanford. Kentucky. t't'il tini-lu'- cl IiiimIht inn) il u ou in Kind, ! it iiiiinlil. ran. iiml-it- y mill price, nnlioih r t 4 .VfV'fVfV'Vf'VVwVV MONUMENTS OUR DUTY to our departed ones is plain. We should erect an appropriate MEMORIAL over their final resting place. A monument is not expensive unless you care to have it so. ity, is very cheap. lect from. J. A. ALLEN. Stanford. Ky. " Our work is unsurpassed and considering qualWe have a large stock to se- i Wm, Adams & Son, .V BANK, FIRST NATIONAL tvvvvk .' 142 N. Broadway, Lexington, Ky. In a Joyous mood, for we ere wlnnlnc the Rme The arore was 4 to S In our fator In the aerenth Inning, and only on on bases, when I stopped a bounder It was an easy little bounder and should have retired the side without a run and prevented the awful catastrophe that came Uut I Just stoppedVho ball with one hand, and when I started to pick It up. It waa gono. It had rolled down a prairie dug hole. I stuck my arm down as far as It would go. but the owl that lltad with the prairie dog evidently thought another affinity waa trying to break Into tha happy home and bit my Outer, and before we could get that ball out two runs bad scored and they weie leading us 3 to i That looked like hard luck, but the worst was to come. In the ninth Inning we had two men on banes and no one out when I hit the ball far out to center field. Tbe center fielder was wearing on of the big sombrero that they have down hert madn of felt and weighing about set en pounds. He kturted after that ball He didn't a chance to catch It on the fly, but was trying to field It back before two runs counted and gave un thn game He uprlnted along straight out to center with hln back to th field Tbe ball was going over his head, hut Invtexd of clearing It hit the summit of that Hombreru and fell onto tbe rim All the runners were tearing for home happcm-when the acclilnnt The ball fell onto tbe rim at tut back and tho fieldir had to chase It three times around tbe rim with his hand before ho finally coralled It und totted It back to the Inneld, making an easy triple play and beating us out of the fiamc. aemed Livery: all klnda of haullna. nlture packing, Ky, WILL ADAMS Fur- - Phone 173 J. U. Steenbergen, sells, builds, repairs ana adjusts scales at rock bottom prices. Seo him for prices beforo you buy. Address Stanford, H P. V. No. . lulK Oculist and Optician Olnci) over H. J. Mclloberts' Store. Stanford, Ky. m DR. W. N. CRAIG. L& N. TIME THBLE ! Stepping Off lae Their Claims. So I No.M,l:tup. m. Sprinted Home. JOS. S. RICE, Agent. that no garbled reports shall reach the east. W. S. Drye & Co. I with some other fellows who are wintering out In this part of the UNDERTAKERS and EMBALMER8 country, went up to the Swan-HildHustonvllle, Ky. district to play a game of ball Tho Telephone In Office Kold miners up there offered us liberal terms to come up and play their JOHN COOK picked team and we went. If It had Veterinary Surgeon and dentist. not been for me the home team there would Mill be poor. Now the second Specialist on ail horse and animal baseman and bhortstop are million-alredisease. Stanford, Ky. Phone 194 and the first and third basemen and pitcher are making money so FLY NELJ5 'fast they don't know what to do with SUN 5HDt It, while the outfielders and the catcher are selling stock In tlin east and expert to declop rich mines on their trrltoiy And all because of a a No. II, Hoath, 1I:M p. M. No. 3, Houth,10:3A u. No. 94, Vorth,l:OA. u. No.n.Nortb,S:IS p. m. No.W. 10:2a. M. JACK FROST Reminds us that we will have to have some more new clothes, and we want to remind you that our Fall Line is the best that you ever saw.. We are sellinq them at prices so low that you will wonder how it can be done ..All wool suits from $15 to $30... Can fit you at anv price as we are sellinq about 200 suits at half price in order to make room for our liiq fall line. The home of Hart Schaffner & Marx all wool Clothes ' I slide 1 made. ! I STANFORD, KENTl'JKY j oiiKNuonrrs PROGRESSIVE STRONG ACCOMMODATING And Seeking Your BankiAccount. CAPITAL $50,000. TO-DA- Y. Unllko the htory that Scott sent you, this one Is accurate and truthful. I do not dispute the gentleman's veracity, that being an unwise thing to do In this climate, but It strike truthful tale SURPLUSj$25,000 Open an Account With us EAT BREAD And If you want cood bread order Bauohman's No. I Fancy Patent Flour from your grocer. He will t.haiQe you only 70 CENTS FOR A 25 POUND SACK and your family can live a whole week or longer on It. See how little it cost t live if you will EAT BREAD made of Baugh-man- 's flour. YOU CAN'T BEAT IT. Every sack guaranteed to be V - The Cowboya Played In Their Boots. iSzJ High-Heel- STRICTLY FIRST CLASS. On sale in every grocery store In Stanford, and the malority of the stores in the county. J. H. BAUGHMAN & CO. Stanford, Ky. me there are some Inaccuracies In hla atatement, to say the least This play occurred In a game played near Tucson only a few days ago, In which I took part It la not a hard luck tale, aa It won tbe game for us. I waa catching the game and wo had it won by one run when Jhe ninth innlag came. The game waa being played on open ground, and the teams were composed mostly of local talent, with a few ot us professionals on each side. It was the Cowboya against the Minora, 'aad the bettlag I waa catchUg for the waa heavy. Cowboya. I will say that before tko gaaao I tried to get ooaio of them to take oK their high keeled boota ao ther ootid run faator, hat, they, la- - clear out heyoad tko staad. The ore I uaoovero aasayed $31 a ton, and tko teooad baaoaaaa aad shortstop wero rick right tkea. They wero uagratoful. Neither oaa offered to take me lato partnership, although I made the aerlke. BUM, It waa aot as bad at It aaigkt have keea. When I got, hack to Los Aagoloa I' washed My uniform aad It aaoayoc SKT In gold mountain shelf. The big gold claims and workings all are higher, and that particular spot had been prospected over many times and declared not to be rich enough in gold to work. So no one claimed it. Well, to our surprise, those miners were gUIng us a hard game and the score waa tied up In the eighth when I got to first on a hit to left tenter. The next batter popped out and I decided to try to steal second. It was that steal that made them millionaires. I got away with a running start, but the catcher made a beautiful peg to secoud and I thought I was out, but took a dive In front or the bag, pivoted around It and got clear under the baseman. A hit the dirt ao hard that I tore a big furrow in front of the bag and when I got to my feet I was surprised to see the baseman throw tbe ball 20 feet away, and Instead of going after It, he dropped down and began scratching at the ground. I saw In an Instant that In sliding I had uncovered a streak of ore but Instead of staying there at second base and becoming a millionaire the desire to win that game waa too strong. I passed up the millions and tore for third. When 1 reached there I saw the second baseman and shortstop excitedly stepping off their claims, and the others were beglaaing to do the same, ao I sprinted on home with tho winning run. Uy the time I scored aad got back down tho aeld tho whole ball ground waa laid off In claims and tha third baseman, who couldn't corer aa much ground aa a blaaket, waa claim-lag lalt" out on a piece of level laud Just below the The grounds there were CoiDiDips & Wearei), Stanford, Ky. rBBBBBTr' faMaBBBBBBBTmaBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBaV n iV IT in finr 1 FOR SUMMER DRIVING the comfort of both horses and drivers should bo specially considered by securing a proper outfit of lap robes, blankets, fly nets and other necessaries from our complete assortment ot horse Koods. Hero are light, but ktroug and durable, slnglo and double anrness, admirably suited to ro.id along with a tull line of work harness of the best quality at flat pur-posc- orlces. J C. McCLARY, Stanford. Ky. FALL AND WINTER STYLES. My new full nnd winter situinlvs are now read) for your Inspection They comprise the best on tho market can suit anyone as to price who had his clothes uiad ti order. A suit 'made to our uieasuie is preferable to ready made clothes. To have tberti made tn measure doesn't cost an) more than ready made when quality Com0 In ann and rit Is considered. let dip M(k your measure. H. C. RUPLEV. The Practical Tallin Sweaters. In all colors and sizes for ladies, and children. . . ; J.L.Beazley&Co UNDERTAKERS AND EM. R (Children's from 5ooto $2. Ladies' from $1 to 2.50. Toques from 50c to ,$ . 1 , '"'" It para to kit tko dirt. (Cetyright. pu. ky eoeok B .Berlee. daot DEAL-EALSO BALMERS. MAT. IN FURNITURE, TINGS, RUGS. THEY WILL FURNITURE EXCHANGE FOR ALL KINDS OF STOCK. GIVE THEM A CALL. PRICE We handle only goods of quality and guarantee prices. ' Hughes, Martin & Co. Stanford,!Ky. RIGHT- - - -- r-f " n K Nfotp M THE INTERIOR JnilRNAL. A TRAINING SCHOOL FOR TEACHERS. PUBLIC SALE! Courses leading to I'.lctnenlnry Slate CoTlificat', lntrwd-di- n (thin certificate to Stnte Ccrtiflente. Ailvnnccil Slates I will cell nt public outcry to tho certificate become n lIn diploma). AH Ihfse crtificatcH highest mid liet bidder on nrc vnll(, jn nll pil,,C BCl,ooI in Kentucky. Special coarw-Saturday, Oct. 28, 1911 TL1TI0N KUEE TO Al'I'OINTKES. wrMol6"- llOrillalTwo splendid dormitories, new Model School, new Manual At my residence in Crab Orelmrd Training builtting. Practice," school, Department of Agricul- Ivy., beginning nt 1(1 o'clock sharp, ture; n well equipped Oymnhium. the following described properly. Students enn enter to advantage nt mv tune. A!drr4. One house and lot where I now J. G. CRABBE. PrcsMewt. Wkhiwmd. Ky. loside. House, is tvvo stories high, 1'iis (I room, good bnru, outbuild ings well of water, nono better. Tho bouse nnd lot will be sold for one ImlC rnsh, bnlanco in 12 months, with nolo bearing G per cent inter est.; Jien retained. Also vacant lot opposite liaptist church, fine money. New is the tuy every ene kas Mtre fmii tor less that Qood well on for building. lot. smk FALL and WINTER GOODS, we have them. CMMnw, Osiks unAi the same time I will nlso sell derwear, wtinq cloth, dress goods of all kinds. ewt sweaters. Markthe following personal property: One nut re sufc in fonr to Dock Uray. ets and 3haes for all the family Come and let us make vm same prices Tbw tnurt is the dam of the Mrs. Mark Hardin pony. 1 yearling Dock that will make you open your eyes. Orny tony. Dock Gray is owned by J. H. Foster, near Stanford, fl highly bred Jersey heifers, soon to bo i resh. 1 JiTfccy cow with cnlf bv her 1 good hide. cook stove, bedstead. y carpetn, "eVerol choir, 1 suit of Walnut furniture, 1 book case nnd desk combined, Walnut. 1 extension dining tntile, 1 large mirror, chick en feed null nnd many nrticles too numerous to mention. J. D. Anderson. Crab, Orchard, Ky. STANFORD. R. KENTUCKY. I TUESDAY. on Mondii OCTOBER 24, 1911. F. D. NO. .Mrs. V, C. Cummins of I'leehers-vill- e fw fill u 1 i 'j r r i TEE NEW FEQRIA- -A 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 recomaiend them. Call jjindget circulars and become posted. ' accompanied h.v his wife nnd children and Miss Xell New land has leliirned from Louisville where he went to represent the MiiMitiie loilge of Prenehersville nnd Mrs. (Tum-minnd Miss Xell to iit thoir cousins, Mr. Charles llnydeu nnd Mrs,, Ijjuh Parsons. Mis Stella Xolnnd nnd Iln New-lan- d PUBLIC SALE! have gone to Louisville as dele-pilfrom the Hebron church lo the Sunday school comcntioti of Of I'nrm, Stock, Crops nnd Tool". t lint. city. I will sell nt publio auction on Mr. Oseur llrent and Miss Lillie Saturday .October 28 1911. Hustle were mnned at Stanford by Rev. J. J. Dickey Thursday. Mcginning nt u. in., my fnttn Oscnr is n son of Mr. William llrent. Mrs. near Hustonville, Lincoln county, llrent is a daughter of "Cub" Uuslle Kentucky consisting of CO ncres of a substantial farmer and trader of good laud with five room bouse in Lincoln intuit. mod repair. Place has goood spring Ware & Oamer are invoicing their with stone spring house, stream of good ut Cedar Creek preparing to fresh water runs through entire farm scud them to McKinnev. The neigh-lioSplendid Joung orchard nnd good regret to gnc Mr.. Oumer up garden. grudrd In Hustonville as a neighbor and Methodist as he school district being one nnd a half will go to McKiuucv us clerk for Mr. miles from school building nnd one Ware. His going leaves us with two mile from Moreland railway station store rooms cinptv. Here is a good and 80 iods west of Ilustotn ilje opportunity for some good wide and Danville turnpike. In splendid neighborhood, liming nwnke merchant as tins is a good stand for some one to put u genernl si churches within 1 2 miles. A splendid tobacco and toyk burn imieliandisc store. Tlio dealb of Kph I'cuiiiuirtnii nnd all necessary outbuildings. Teleleaves bis mother in a bad lix. She phone in ho'ise. and liv far the best lives alone in the large brick house liirnl mail service m the county, havSALE OF PERSONALTY known as the Did Whitley house, ing seven mails each week day and the first brick house in Kentucky. two on Sunday. As administrator of Jmnej At same lime mid place I will Kph had his faults but a kinder ' mil on nlso sell one pair lieurlcd Joilii" mini never lived. Havinq decided to q lit fnrminn, I will at my farm I mite cast of More-land- , Wednesday, October 25, 1911, Xewlnnd & Scott sold to Tluirlovv work mules, II! J .'J hands lupli in on .lores lit) shocks of fodder for iH good condition nnd well trained, one beginning nt 0 A. M , nt hi Into more by Horsey el and 1(10 at ,J.7"i, deresilience tin the Stanford nnd Iiilt livered, bunin;lit coin pound butch- Onlddit-- t, dam bv Silvtr King. One bv 7.i nrnnch pike, about 5 miles from er steersnln :i..l'i. curling colt out of same mare bv nt Stanford and one mile from Hubble Then Xowbutd sold lo (Icorge Nabolh, Jr., one ounc horse, one Rent my place of 330 acres to he hiqhest and best bidder, if not sold or offer for sale publicly his pergonal llooiie si .V() pound steers at b .Jersey cow, one .Jersey cow with l rented previously. At fie save time and place I will s;ll my stcck, property consisting prmeipa'h II. V. Xevvlnnd debit red to I. Shel-b- v i oung heifer calf, one Jcrsev heifer, mules, two culling ix crops.etc, consistinq of -- even l.(l,"0 pound steers nt i 5."!l twelve hogs, aenigmg about ISO mule; one mules, one pounds and 20 nice shunts, new A dog believed to be msd several S work mules, six and eiqlit years old wtll broke.. gelding; one dm sin this section was finally kill-i- vuigon, tullivntor, plnvs and lininess 2 yearlinq mules 1're-togelding by two v calling etc.. one rubber tiro bucgv nnd bnr- by .lames lilfover-- . 3 brood marcs 6 to 7 years old bred to Kinq's jack two nged Allies, one yearling hor-c- ; Iioiuelinlil ntnl . V. Xcwland bouslit of W. I. Iness. one liuckboiiril. I Chester Chief ncldinn. mures; one Jet.scy heifer, n lot of Wall in two ve.irluej steers for ?,"i.'l. kitchen furniture, nnd ''.) 0 shocks of I yearlinq horse colt. German Coach stock. hogs', farming implements eoiiM'.t- corn. I imported German Coach stallion ing of wagon, steel roller, plows, Terms made known on day of PLEASANT POINT. I vcarlinq Golildnst horse colt. wheat-dril- l, mower, binder, hay rako sale, hor further particulars, call I Gold Dust horse combined. two cultivators, steel harrow, bugA Kev. Mr. Ilerabl from W. Va.. on or write, I brood m?re bred to lack. gy, spring wngon, u lot of sheaf J. W. Isaacs, Moreland, Kv. bought of W. M. Adore his farm of One mare and colt. 10 aere.i of corn, baled oats, about :)7 nercs for 1 1. KM). Mr. Adare and I iennet bred to B. B. Kinq's lack. straw, etc. PUBLIC SALE OF STOCK I yearlinq lack extra qood. Five shores of stock of Lincoln family will locate in town before I will on I yearlinn winter comes. short horn bull qood one. County Xntioiuil Hank. 0 shares of Saturday October 21, 1911. Fanners uie shucking corn on ac3 Short Horn milk cows, hornless. stock in Monticello and liuriisidc count of it damaging in the slnxk. II brood sows heavy with pips. Sell the following stock to the highturnpike. Kev. A. S. .Jeffries b.is commenced est bidder: 2 broodmuics in foal to 30 shoats. weiqh from 60 to 100 pounds. Terms Sums of 10 and under, buck ensli in hand; oer tliat amount '( a series of meetings at Pleasant jack, I! mnre jnulu colts, 1 horse 2 turninq plows comparatively new. colt: 1 three enr-ol- d Chester .lew-e- ll months' credit on notes with good Point church. I hay rake. Ruby Cat roll, teacher of Green. filly. These horses nre good .rivsecifrity, bearing 0 per cent inter I briar school, brought her school to ers and workers; J4 Southdown ewes steel roller est irom ttnte. I iron wheel handy waqon. Pleasant Point Friday evening and SO-- !' TERMS. A crulit of six mouths J. B. Paxton, Admr. I mowinq machine. the two sehools engaged in a spelling on notes at six per cent interest. I one blue orass seed stripper match. Pleasant Point coming out negotiable and pavnhlc at the Crab 187 ACRES OF FINE LAND I victorious. This makes the second Orchard Itank. International hay baler AT PUBLIC SALE! mIioo! that Pleasant Point One sheep shearinq machine (new.) ' has de G. W. SPAXGLKIt, Crab Orehiud. I car clovrr hay. feated this fall. i. I will offer nt public ale on. 30 prrcs rr;l straw in the bale The attendance for our school is Saturday. November 4th. 1911 40 acres corn at the heap, imiisnallv good this fall, the enrollEIGHTY EIGHT ACRES OF ill 1 o'clock sharp my faun of 187 ment being 78, with an aveiage at6 two vcar old mules have been handled some. LAND AT PUBLIC SALE. the Hustonville nnd tendance of 51. lores loc.itcd on One mare mule colt McKinnev turnpike, one mile from I have, home seekers from all Chester Chief mare. We McKinnev nnd three milc from Hus parts with lis and land going higher I I will sell on Chester Chief filly. tonville. This luud is in u high state ov erv da v. I spotted ponv safe for ladies and children. Not Saturday October 21 1911 (1. W. afraid of steam or automobile about 15 hands hiqh and not better or nicer of cultivation, house of seven rooms, Padgett bought of Mr. of cultivation; house of seven rooms Chancellor nt near Crab Orclitml u This land lies 2 miles north one in the country. and two porches never failing spring horse and buggy for u fant price. of Crab Orchard on the Crab OrchI Naboth mare bred to lack. and t.vo fine ponds on the place I ard and Stanford turnpike being part iennet. bred to Peyton's jack and safe in foal. three stock and one tobacco ham, O'REAR'S FAMILY RIDES ON ol the Holmes farm. iennet extra stock. tenant house of four rooms and all This bind contains 2,000 ctlar 2 short horn calves RAILROAD PASSES, other necessary outbuildings. posts with no house. This sale wil! yearlinq short horn heifer Will iiUo offer about .'10 bead of take place proniptlv at one o'clock, 2 fat cows. , Proof of Jud.'e O'Rcni'n inconsis- on the premises. stock ewes, 4 males in fo.il to )'ack I yearlinq boar. 1 mule. 1 mule colt, 1 tency and insincerity is being Terms easy and made known 50 ewes well bred. in heaping meiisiiiu as the buggj horse coll, 1 on dav of sale. Champion binder. campaign piocecds. It is easv to horse, safe for women to drive. MRS. X. A. OAKS'KR 2 cultivators 2 double shovel plows d cash, balance take up eveiy position he alls assumTerms J. P. Chandler, Auct. 2 wheat drills one with fertilizer attachment. ed, nnd show hy the record that his in one two and three years, in I box manure spreader equal installments, bearing six per piivutc views and acts aie at vari I smoothinq harrow. ance Willi Ins public piotestations. cent interest. I two horse waqon comparatively new. The very latest evidence against H. F. Martin. Hustonville R. D. wheat fan. him on this score is in the mutter of Box 60. sets of waqon harness. 2 free passes jnd has been pm 5 sets of plow qear tinted by the Lexington Herald, lu FOR SALE! Three or four hundred shocks of fodder a speech accepting the Republican 5 acres sorohum in shock and many other thlaas tea aamerous to nomination, 1m referred to (he Con mention. Sale to go on rain or shine plenty ef dry avartsrs. Dinner Sixtv-on- o acres of fine blue crass stitutioual piovisioii against the use ground for everybody . on the land that has not been plowed for of free (Hisses bv public officials, over thai antum, six years except 8 acres. This land and he pledged Inuisclf, if clccltd Terms io auc i.tiJer, cash in hand, will grow line tobacco, hemp and Governor, to see that u new law was months credit, bankable paper bearing 6 per cent fatarest fram date af On approved security has small dwelling; plenty of placed upon the statute book eiifoic-tu- g locusts for posts, anil fine wood. that sedioii. Since his nominaCapt. T. D. English, Auct. sale. Is well watered. This land is II 2 tion, he has frequently condemned whenever conditions miles from Stanford on tho Otten-hei- the railionds for issuing such passes pike, close to school. and public insn for accepting them, Preferwarrant Will sell on easy terms. and has pointed to it in a fruitful source of corruption. 75-W. F. Dlshon, ence, of course, being On the very day that Judge Stanford, Ky. arose in the sttite convention given to our regular and condemned tlu use of free FOR SALE! passes, his family rode from Frankdepositors1 My kerne containing 2 acres and furt to Louisville on passes issued by it railroad, mid it is fair to pre15 poleH of land, 4 miles south of l.incnstcr 4 miles cast of Stanford, sume that they could not, and would on Dix River at the forks of tb not huve uccepted these favors from road, leading from tho Dudderar'a the ruilroud without tho knowledge Mill to Gilbert's Creek station, srore u nd consent of Judge O'ltear. It it J'lst as culpable for the family and post office, which is one mile Plenty of fruit, good cistern, good of the Judge of the Court of Appeals to ride on tice passes as it would bo barn and unl dwelling and nil for that official himself to receive Addjwss Prof. J. Dat-io70-such favors, pud it violates the GdUrt's Crk Kv. spirit if not the letter of thu Conuni- J I. Chandler, Auct. stitution when ho permits them to put bin' in that embnrasMng position FRUIT AND SHADE TREES. This, charge was openly made by the Leningtou Herald, and it, has been Ho far, by others. Shrubs, Asparagus, Rhubarb, Peoni- substantiated es, Roses, Phlox, etc. Everything Judge O'ltear bus not made any exfor orchard, lawn and gurden. No planation of how it happened that Agents. Our prices may interest he could bo so bitterly opposed to the ruilroud giving free passe to you. Free Catalogue. publio officials when his own family n, r. itHHAfficytr ft vfis. profits by the praotieo. In his speech at Howling Green Lcxuigttu, Ky. I'ew rou8. .Tmhro O'ltenr eoudennird the rnilrouds, beenue ns he charged they have for many .cars secured control of the Legislature Committee. If this is true it ii most ami calls for the severest condemnation, but so long ns Iih1k O'llnr's family continues to be the guest of the railionds in their journeiings about the stale, his criticism will be rt reived with suspicion and with doubt us to his consistency and sincerity. O 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 m $ao0oooo0o$ooo$0oo$o i o 0 0 0 Our Motto tie es OVERCOATS tt L. L SANDERS Grab Orchard, Kentucky. is We are now showing the handsomest overcoat stock 2 we have ever carried. " Our $10, $15, $20 and $25 0 0 ... S PUBLIC SALE AND RENTING ! - OF - o FARM, STOCK, CROPS, ETC. g o 0 0 0 eviu-enr-o- ld Thursday, Oct. 2 3, ' 1 1 three-year-old Long Rain Coats are as good as the market affords. We are al- so showing the new handsome GABARDINES at $17.50 and $20. A medium length tan and grey coat at $20 and $25 are very dressy and our Black Silk Lined, Silk Fac ed Coat at $25, is simply a beauty. Come in and look at them. 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 O 0 0 0 0 0 0 n; 0 H. J. McRoberts Stanford, Kentucky. ld four-year-o- ld four-year-o- ld 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0000O00 0 0 0 0 0 00 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 Sl-:i- threc-venr-o- ld ld four-vcar-o- ld -2 Bring Your Prescriptions Here To Be Compounded When ld 1 ld 1 vour physician I1.11 pre- - ld 1 One-thir- 1 WE MAKE LOANS it scribed n medicine (or vou to lal.c, the next Important step Is to have th.it prescription placed lu tho hand o( a thoroughly reliable nnd competent pharmacist so It will be compounded exactly tn directed. We have gained an enviable reputation (or always being very careful and painstaking In our compounding and (eel that, lu all justice to your own good health, you should bring your next prescription hue. Here, too, you will find n complete and inviting display o( toilet articles, rubber good, soap, pertumes, toilet preparations and all standard remedies. For interior decorating wa carry and rccommtnd ALABASTINE, the beiutiiul will coating. Call and sec samples ol tints and asL us abotu; it. PENNY'S DRUG 8TORE. n; Stanford, Kentucky 1-- M. J. HOFFMAN, Moreland, Ky. m T ar Success Just bck A Reminder- - State Bank n, 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 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. 8. 80-td- p. Trust (o. mm. mmi W. H. Higgitis. Stanford, Ky. -- Z W F renuns, CRAB ORCHARD, Kentucky. 3 5a f -"" tykfe ....-- . jb, til i.i'i.i il THE HTEB10H JOUMt AL, ITANFOM. KENTUCKY. TUESDAY. OCTOBER 23. 191 1 Were You PreparedForTheColdSnap We have the remedy for the chill that crawls up your spine these cold mornings. We have ampte preparation for the rush in different partments. .Come while assortments are the largest. UNDERWEAR. Children,.' vnlucM. i hood de- OUTING CLOTH GOWNS. RAIN COATS. TIioho Bmili are innilc with twin needle "lileli I'Mimi Suit ' "'"' LADIES UNION SUITS. 25c lo ..75r ,',cllcui Well made oiitinir jjowiim nt liiiulv jromN we hint' ever tdinvvn "0, 7"e iiml fl. These nrc the licit Children' rubber lined xehool enpo f KoO an,! fl.OS. OUTING SKIRTS. CHILDREN'S COATS At 50c, 75c, $ I, to $2. We Kiv.. tin- - very l.et value lilrnch suit t ..,.....- - olttiiinulilo nt tlic i.rices. ate ana Va . " oc v Nice jmltcnw in skirtn with over iut eiltre tuftle nt 'JJ5n mid MP. flood vnlues in Misses nml cliildrens' pontn fll.oO to $Jl!.uO. Yelmve DUO FOLD UNDERWEAR for tlioie win. muat Imve wool. TIih'w u patented fnlirie Willi wool iiutaido nuil c.tloii iiwdc you ftct ml of the Hcrntrh. He "lint ntul Dok nt these oo.N. SWEATER COATS. ninny We are kIiowiiir better value in tlu-- n popular trinoiiti for t- - mm White, Xiiu.Oxforit nml rnrdmnl runt nt M 1. KNIT SKIRTS. CORACULE COATS. nt 'J'ic, 30e, ".m: nml . Wu liuvc rtiiwu mot foinforinhk' nt "" tmniieiiN ;1. "I to. This miiterinl is in great favor this xeueon, cliildrens' nt Iidios special viilne at $10. FANCY COATS. - $11 Misses CHILDRENS' HEAD WEAR. "Mult nml .Iili to the Opera House, he is there. Horn, to the wile of I' rnl Haiimiiii .Icmu Tralor enme o er from n ten pound (,'irl. , For Sale.-- - My house, on lower uncle W. II. Tmylnr. U. L. Arnold orders his I..I. uhnnu-e- d A Main' Street in Crab Orchard. Mr Nnmnc W'enrcn, of l.exiuijtnii lo Richmond, from Lancaster new hriuc of seven rooms two story is llic jruct of her son, W. II. where he will make his home. liiu'li. two porches nml nil acre of W'rnreii iml family. Dr. It. L. I)aion, (icoriu I). FlorCurroll Ditililernr is lit homo ence and M'cral other prominent laud. A very desirable dwelling. from Slielliwille for it nhort itnv. Lincoln county republicans went to .1. W. Moore, Crab Orchard, Ky.Slif lister (.I'ltiuiiinii is taking n LiuieiiMtcr last Friday to hear O'lteai in s, Itev. .1. J. Dickey will bepu u meet, course nt Slate I'lmcr-it-y Former ('oiipresiniinii I. (' Lexington. of I.dikIoii, was here t Fn- - nir nt LoKiin'rt Creek next Saturday Mr, nml Mi. '. W. Adams nml lar linyinj; feed. niyht. He will he ussisted by Itev. IiiiiiJmiiiic little ilaiihtcr were here Sir. Theodore Mohr of Lexington .. X llcrnld. lute of We- -t Virpnin. tor n -- hurt time on rriday. was here lnt week on husiiiess uml Scrwccs Siindav morning nml nicht Mr. It. S. lljclie nml hahy have wns a j:iie- -t at Milton Warren's in and on. Kverxbody is invited to at tend nml paitieipate in the scrice. rcluucd from a isit to relatives nt the country. They were accompanied by 1'nris. Hon. ('. ('. Williams, of Mt. Verher little niece, Limine .MnftliL Lull non passed tliroiii.'li here last week For Sale My Imrrn on Fast Alniii don Kcho. fiStf on u tnp lo Lomswiie. blrcet. H. C. Hnughir.uu. of Colorado, Mim. Horn liilimmi Mrs. .). .1. liekey is in Louisville Spring arrived last week to be the l'nmphellsille and Shnrp-lmi- x mi The Cmb Orehnrd chool tnv is puctt of her limit, Mrs. J ..L MissiomirN Society work for xevenil P'ist due. The Jiooks nrc ntithe Crnb Orchard Hanking Company's office. iln.s. llm-mu' AIik Fannie Todd. Louis Kticner. lhepopulnr easliier nml all owing this tux wilt plcnsc the Firwt State Hank, of .(unction etll nml settle at ouce. O. M. viMtinsf her mother, Mrs. Nuney City, pnsMsl up thu rohd Siuidaj on Lackcv, Treasurer. to trivmls. Mr. Hubert IoK has jetiirned it sliorl home from n week' vUit to liiends Mr. and Mr. .1. (J. Carpenter letl FOR SALE! nml rvlutive in lticlimond. on Sumlii) for 1'ailiicah to attend the My home in Hiistonille, Ky., 2 'J T. I. Hall and children of nuuiial inevlinir of the Kentucky acres well fenced, house containing Mr Mr. 0 Mnxwood have been the gliesttt of Slnte .cdieal rooms besides pantry ami bath lici prtrents for a few day, Mr. Cnrpeuter spent Similar "t Shelhv-illroom, II poiches cistern and never and Mi. W. M. Wilder, Si, ut Hubwith her tlauahter, Mrr. II. W. fitilinp; well ut door, t;ood burn nml ble. Carpenter and piuied Dr Carjien- - nil other necessary outbuildings. ifc and dimsli-le- r ler that tutilil ut Louiille. W. A. KulmuU. Splendid gmdcTi. Terms easy. fl. of I'uvingtou tpnt several diiv T. Ashloek. llustonville, Ky. S'J-- U SHORT LOCALS. in Lincoln Inst week witl. hi J. t. and Maek KiihaiiU and We are prepared to install hot other relutie in this N'ew stock of lleinr mince meat, water mid hot nir lioatmi:, plumbing; culled to Mr- -. J Ik l'nxtnn wiih npple butler. Canndii m:i)le en ., Conn Hros., Lancaster, 81-t- f. lmeii-te- r blsl week liv the lllnes t . ut W. II. Ilircin'' if her father T. J. liohiiiMin. who is NICE HOME FOR SALE llisl W. S. Fish represents only the imiiroved .oiiili'rnlil "lllee A cottnuc with hiv rooms. out know. iiuiii 1'rieiiiU will he s!h1 to best and slronqest Insurance buildings and two acres of laud. Mrs. J. T. lloknif hiih rutunieil to Let him keen You protected. Apply to Murv T. Jones, IaIi.iiioii. her home nt Salem. Iml.. after a Marion County Ky. tit Mix. J. I). WVnren. pleasant The Missionary Society of the Mi-- s .Jones is Kluabeth HupUM ehuieli will meet on Thurs-d- u vour Kiisolme Let me overhaul Mis Liccie Le Martin in Indiami- afternoon at two oclock " with eiiRiui1 nml avoui com weauier plllS. 1). lliillou. Mr. W. II. Weni en. troubles this winter. The ( nrrent Kents Club will meet Leave vvonl at the I. J. office j (J (1 I'ern Tliur-dnvjiwith Mrs The subject of ".Mull nml Jeff" lertioiiii at J 10 ('dock. Siv per 1'ny your citv ta now nt the Stnnfoid Opera Ilou-- e will be ".Milt I and Jeff Make cent will he added Nov. 1st. H. I). Curler. Hit." I Severance & Son SOCIAL t. Cliildiciis' hid hood cup- - J'c. i mid fl Aviation enps .'ill, in ft.r)l). Itdl.in. new and PERSONAL t'. '.. Tale hns lieen !list for sevcrnl das mi the sick Do you want to n niL-li- Stanford, Ky. See the new reversible con In. mid hcllini; like hoi enkes Tli.- plnid hnek cloth conts. They nro rue-di- t if so come DISSOLUTION STOCK SALE In order to dissolve the partnership existing between E. P. Woods & Son we will sell publicly on .I'd-ward- lu-.- ss t, -it e Wednesday, Nov. 1 , ' 1 1 1-- com-unni- -il At the residence of E. P. Woods, 2 2 miles from Stanford on the Shelby City pike and 10 miles irom Danville, all the stock owned by us In offering this stock we know full well that we are presenting a lot of as good brood mares as can be found in Kentucky; bred to the mighty jacks, Clifton andRus-sel- l and believed to be safe in foal. The mules we offer are all s and good condition. The stock owned by E. P. Woods individually will not in be sold. This sale is absolute and without reserve or The stock we will offer is as follows: first-clasby-bT- d. C- To-tnu- lit CHANGE SO-t- f. IN WOMAN'S LIFE U head over night, pour a hcnnt of llyomci into u bowl of bmliiiu water." Hrealho the vapor. Phone No. 168 for fire insurance (i. !.. on vour tobacco In barn. R. H. New-lan- d Hot tie of Hyou.ei o0 cents. Fenny gimritniVn it for catarrh, Aaent. I colds etc. I nm pajim? highest prices for LOS- t- An open face gold watch: fresh eggs, chickens and all kinus strap ilh it for a chain. Upward of country produce. Fields Hros., M'2 Stanford nt Je.sse Lvnn's old stnnil. for return to Mat Myers. Hooks To break up a cold in chest or Fresh Oysters just received. Fields Ilros., nt Jeso Lynn's old stand. Mide Safe by Lydia E. Pinkham's' Vegetable Compound. GranltflTllle. A't. "I wns passing ftiroiiirJitlioChaiiuoiif UfonniUutlerea tmm: Mate ami for your state and county hre now ready. I'lcnso cull settle W. L. MeC.irty, frhorilT. HER FRIEND'S GOOD ADVICE mavfnmf KixJVMlK i u bML a. iroin iiiirvoiisiicDi nml other annoying pound tfl 'TV S . 5S.W V Itev. J. 0. LiviiiRston will preach nt SoaperH Sutiirdnv night uml at symptoms, nml l Ml, Zion Siimlnv inornins nml The Results Made This Newbur can truly say that Lady Glad Mie roiiowea Ly.Ha U. rinkliam'a ove-nin- j.. 1 tf VoL'otnlilo Com- - tfill nover forgut mmhmffi imy iriuiuin tomi.ii. iza f .7vxiw. has proved worm inoiiuiaius ui It Bold to me, restored my lalfU 1 ....I u wo.t nt li I i:. I'lnkhain'l VeBetablo Conipouml lias tonu lor mo durlnR this trinff iwrhvl. Completo restoration to health means so much to mo that for tho,nko of other suiter intf women I nm willing to into my troublo publlo so you may publish this luttcr." Miw. t'HAS. lUittXAV, lt.F.D., tjranltovlllo, Vt. XflTothor medlclno for woman's III-has received bik-I- i o endorsement, .so other wo know of has such a record of cures ns has Lydla K. l'inkham'if Yt'Ketablo t'ompoinnL l'ormoro than 30 yenrs It Ins been curluK woman's Ills such as Inllamuvv. tlon. iilconitlon. Ilbrold tumors. lKjrlwlIo Kilns uml iiriMtratfon, and It h iimmuallcd for carrvinK women safely through the period of changn of life Sirs. IMiilctinni, at Lyiin, xVluo JllVllCS all HICK UOHIill Hi uuvku iafrcft her for mix lco. and ahvaya help! tu. vldo-streadnmed-li-lnIrref?-nlaritle- mmwinL pir riTrjrKSS'K w.bJJ" a. a. Tt $100 Reward, $100. ot thU ! Suggestion. rrdfn wUI to pItmnI to -- kra "" 2 extra good 2 year old mare mules 3p Sugar yearling mules. Will be sold single and in pairs. 6 extra Sugar mule colts as good as grow. 7 good Cotton mule colts. , good brood mares safe in foal to jack 30 extra 1 Filly colt by Don Varrick l4Pilly colt, draft bred. 1, Horse colt by Don Varrick 2 Horse colts, 1 of them dratt bred 1 Extra yearling stud colt by Dignity Dare, subject- to register. 1 4 year old Dignity mare, gentle to drive '. 1 2 year old gelding by Grant Monical , 1 2 year old gelding by Gen. Brightheart 1 3 year old gelding by King Eagle 1 8 year old diiving horse. 1 4 year old work horse 1 5 year old work horse v , uw.... juir. ?u Irairnilty roumto. miuln cuiimtutwnal txli.it tkro tkMul IrMliumt llH imrrh IMm land rnuraii u;ion II blo.l fllu L.- -, L ... drtlrulllUI II K. ...m. Ihfrbv lb wlknt ul "vl tuuniUtkn ol lbs M "hu bulkllnt ui tli coiltuiiin ililur. I. I-I"i niurh Itllh dou.It. II. ur. pgorn P"l",""" J? cur.Ur. bl a (lac lluiulre.1 Hollar, lur anir mm Ibt 11 UIU w fur bend tol lut ol ttlruonlaU lololo. O. MUmt F. J.( III M.V . CO, Hold by U lrulla, Jlc -a ll.U ram V 1'UU lor can.tlp.tir , ,.. ih. w year," writes -" c.urrh Coiigrcssuuin llnrvej Helm made ikiiio-eruti- c u number of speeches .for the ticket in Anderson county last week nml will go to Shelby this donig loir-- of good on week. He (ho stump this' fall. Hilioueiu'hH is iluo to a disordered comlilioii of thu btumnoh. Cham-berlain'8 I hit Its Ingredients aro mild herbs, hav-Ini- a gentle, tonlo effect, on tho womanly conbtltutlon. Cardut has helped a million women Tablets ale eesentinllv ft back to health and strength. stomach medicine, intended especialHavo you tried ltY It not, please ly to act on (lint organ; to oleanso do. It may bo Just what you need. n ..traiu'ilum it. tone and invigornto ' Writ lo: ladle.' AJUorv Dpt., CM"..- -, N. D t. to regulate the liver uml to bannouM Mfdlilna C u.,Chailamita, Icnn., lor .S;Wki Home Ticalsxnl buuk. effee- - Jmlruclioiit, an! and positiVel ih hi'ioi-snesfor Womtn," unl la plun wi.rper, oo ic;ucit. iS-- 4 .tually .All dealers. Ala. "For tnoro than a Myrtlo Cothrum, ot this nlaco. "I suffered with terrible pains In my back nud head. I had n sallow complexion, and mj foco was covered Ilh pimples. Our family doctor only iravo mo temporary relief. A friend of mlno advised mo to try Cardu), so I began taking it, at once, and with tho best results, for I was My cured after taking two bottles. mother and my aunt havo also used Cardut and wcro greatly benefited. I shall ftlwaya pralso Cardul to sick and suffering women." Cardul Is a purely vegetable, perfectly harmless, tonto remedy tor women, and will bencflt young and old. Ncwliunt. 10 good 1 p-nr- d 2Jgoodshoats steer calves 25 good long yearling cattle i en net and colt The celebrated mule jack. Russell, 16 hands high and a's good a breeder as can be found anywhere in Kentucky. TERMS Liberal and vill be made known on day of sale. C. ? -- , Dinner served on the ground by J. Lynn. I. M. DUNN, Auct. E. P. & J. H. Woods Stanford, Kentucky. x - a ii V THE INTERIOR JOUHH AL. THE FARMERS ltlnck Horkshire bonrs For and Huff OrpinjHnn chickens. C. C. Wither, Houlo '2, Stanford. Ky. For rent for 191U, my fnrm on lUtiRinit Fork, containing 12(1 ncrcs. lr. Jennie Stace, Stanford, Kv., We Imvi ft bujer for a farm ot about ICO ncres well improved nnd on pike. If you hat a nnytbiiiir uoar this, lit it with us. Hushes & Snle- .Me-Cntt- y, STANFORD KENTUCKY TUESDAY. OCTOIEB 24. 1811. -- poiind entile at a mileli mil to row cneli. Scv were Bold nl $30 good price. MULEBiTES WAYNE, FARMER. M i wealthmen nud bent known farmers and Mock rniscrx of Wayne county wim attacked by n rabid mule at lil barn last week while looking over the xtock, nnd wan bittcli on the nnu and shoulder One finger was bitten off. After a tight willi the niiinml it was killed 021 f Stanford. by some men who were working lit For Kent. 100 ncrcs Inml Mrith tiie barn, and were uttrneVd by four room cotlngc lanio tobacco the ries of Coffey, before it woiild U is Iiarn, '25 ncrcs for MnnlJ. grniir, JO reliiuiuish its hold upon him. ncres in uiendow, (." ncrcs for com not known how the mule was innnd tobacco K. W. Pipes, Huston-ill- fected, as no dog 'known to be suft. Ky. fering rroin hidrophohiu hale been Coffey was taken On ncount ot the ruin the Kale of there recently. Mr. Jumex McKeehinYs personality In HiimliAV and boarded a fa- -l Frank Coffey, one of the BIG PUBLIC SALE! OF MULES, niMHrmwMM A iest BROOD MARES, JENNETS amu AND CATTLE e, StJ-a- Thursday, Nov, 9, 1 911 -:- Ocwas postponed until Wedne-dii- y tober 'Joth. Don't forget it. Mrs. William N'ewus of the Pnihs villc hcction Hold ii n till to Williniii I'nderwood of Junction for Ino-jeiii-ol.eb-nuo- train for Chicago, where he was placed in a Pasteur institute. Coffey was wnlking through his stock farm lot when the mule mad" a rush for him and eirctl his nrm. He shook loose nud tried to escape caught bun wwiii YV. II. .Murph hold hi- -t week to bill the animal could cl away. two nice mule cn'ts before lie A. I.. Hunkm lit $70 each. "PUBLIC SALE! fmiiily Ihne for -- ale a hmid-oin- e wife for Indie- or mare perfecll will sell nl public miction children to drie. Wnrrauted to bo . .it in it. to., mi W. Will tell ii r represented. Wednesday. November I, Kiucaid. Niiliforil, IJ.. Tlionu 1. S2--- J. At inv plum 2 miles fiom Crab 1"9. . t)rchiird on the Crab Orchard nnd -- old hi- - Old llrjll-Mit- t A. J. 1 hump-o- n Stniifoni pike lie following desciib- l.i-- t hor-- c week to W. H. Ilnr-toTliU .nl iirimcrtv. of LuncuMcr, for f'00. 1 good mare in foal. Gentle Tor - ii good one. Indies and children to drive. 1 pony l.oan Hubble -- old n niee grey by Dock Oray. t team of draf Imr-mwuro,ln-- t neck to Sijuire Hotirne One stallion :J 7 years oil. She wis u of Gnrruid for vcars ofd by Horsey Ooddust. good one. ll.uin nnd 10 acres of land on Owing In the bad weather on Stanford pike, 1 mile fiom Cnib Yednc-d- a. of the estate Orchard, 1 extra gooit iiuik cow. i the of the lute Sipiire MeKeehnie was good International hay press, good postponed to next WedncMlav, Oeto. as new, 1 rubber tire buggy and har2.1th. See list of the fine stuff to be ness, 1 steel tire buggy, 1 wagon and offered in another column. harness good as new, n few shoat Jim Ko!ci- - "ought 11 young b'llls 1 incubator, 50 Harred Plymouth last week from union pnrtie nt Hock chickens, GO Huff Orpingtons. !s'U0. lie will feul tiicm (hi win- nIo n lot of mixed chickens, houseter. hold nnd kitchen furniture. A. J. 'lhompoii old (l" fat hoi: Terms made known on day of sat. , M. D. Garner, laht neck to J. I.. ol Cnib Orchard, Ky., J. P. ChandHo.le at 0 eiil. t'ha Lutes bought for Simon ler Auctioneer. 1 clii-npn, i-s U. lliili-hion- - AT 9:30 A. M. -:- - My ion, Henry Baughman, having decided to go to Atlanta, Ga., with J. H. Baughman in the wholesale mulebusiness, I have decided to sell the following surplus stock without reserve or d at my home farm 2 miles North West of Hustonville and 2 miles South West of Moreland in. Lincoln county, Ky. by-bi- 35 Mule Colts, more than half mares 30 three year-ol- d mules. . 60 Sugar Yearling Mules, more than half mares. 25 good brood mares, bred to jack and draft horse. 4 good jacks, 1 8 good jennets. 10 well bred 2 and 3 year old colts. to 8 years old. 15 well bred Jersey cows and heifers. Weil throe load ot expoil eottle to go 2 cents. llio tir-- t of Xo ember at Chillies Lute shipped to Golds-borX. C, Saturday a enr load of kciitui-k.bml hore. where the firm V Jewell will hold ot Lute u big n October 2S. After it is in torn concluded, Mr. Lute will return to Kentucky for the remainder of his cuttle purchase and then take his raiuily and return to Go!dhoio, X. ('., to peud the winter. "A" HmiilleN, the well known of ltole. won lam ir .mil an in pu't.'m ill the Court of iippiuK, ,.t with, fbe Mute's high et Con it awarded him and his two partner. t It. Hawkins nud J. K. o, hor-cm.- in l!wi-jg,ao- lal Meek from Foictu lleiil. 50 good feeding cattle, weight 750 to 950. 5 good aged mules. 50 plain feeding cattle, 800 to 950 lbs. 25 plain yearling cattle. theTiockaday sale. Walter O. Walker, If. C. Wr.iynnd several other irom thi section attended the Dr. Iloeknimy sale near Practically all of Hereu last week. t Hex Penvine were the horses cM-ep- t I'lm-lle- . Ky.. 200. of dela.win a hipmcnt e. to Annie Brown, c. f. 1. bi Hex of yearlimr iolt from .lid-.John Burton, ltiehmoud. ICi . Sliecphejnl Ilai in HMI.'i. The arm id too late tor the ale, some ri4.". Sn'niiisli Maid. s. f.wcanliiur. Will of tjiun were imiile -- iek l,y ex12."). Kobinson, Hanville, Kv., posure nud one died. ( an oil Duddei-.i- r Oolddust (Jiiecn, c m.. Hi, Unbelt who i homo for a short while from Shelby ville, Walker, fll.'i. where ln ha been riuiiiuiu' a ttnin-ui- g "le (Jiieet Muir.e:- - " f- - sending stable, ha jut bought llit fine bv Hex Pc.ivine, V H. Cluoiooke. K.. male Hoiilhoii Kte. She i a full . weanlinz Mat. l!et. Tliiiimaii Mr. Ijiwsoii. sifter to Homboi-'Peter" LT.nl hnre for which Sh'arer, Hielunon.'. Ky... F140. In b. in. H 1,'ubv Stiirlint: :i.U()li. The the.i iceeiitly refu-e- .l bied to thai rovnl ire lie". Hex .McHi.tinld full sisle- so Hex mure Peter , Thuriiiaii produce it wuuu'l Penvine nnd should recently at Fprinaficl.l. Ky.. 42!r. home stock sales made Creole Sue trj.'JI, c. m., (5, by Mont J. I). White Hanulle are house to Blake Crime, file jciiriiui: gomerv Chief. Jus. Iloekaday, White to same six Station, Ky., $:M0. cent steer at 4 cilit-- . he lo old Keiiluiky Candy 92:12. by Hev lieifi r lit I hiUhoue nine TIM). pound Peaiine Jus. Hocnday, weanling, by to .1. I". Ililiariii 7!.r).r. e. f. iiiltl- - at 4 etiits. Lc W.id-- m ... J. I). Wli'tchou-.- - t vn 1.000 Itcx Penvine. Charlie Dunn, Kv.. .:i."0. pound steer nl 4 ' " ' I lu'iidlul Lord Ooldworthv 'ill"!, e. s.. 2. bv T. H. Hamiiioiuls sold to Hlak (in i 7. entile mnl six 000- - l v Poo vine. H. P.. Leaclim.ui. niiip on iieeount Pea-vins -4 Itieh-iminil. . (.Ofl-iMii- fi.lltP (Inma-ie- s The following is a list of the anibrinp'ng oicr'a hundred dollars. The T)eacon. g. g. 4. by Hex I'eaiiue. John Ooodloe. Ilielinioiid. Kv.. $1"'. Lord Penvine. br s. 2. bv H- J. F. Cook ; Co., l.exiiigtn.. Kv.. $1"0. 'itectiua. b. f. I by Hed McDonald . Thompson and Leaehinau. Spring-fieldmal c. old. $25 aiid 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 J. K. BAUGHMAN, Hustonville, Ky. FREE DINNER FOR ALL. I. M. DUNN, PciivineV UcM "'llf-l- , e. . 2. by Ke. Peiivine Klmer Deiitlienijfe, Hieli inuiiil, Kv.. Kinir Linii-- . .".1U2, b. e., 2, by Hex IV.iine. Klmer Dethreilse. 2ti0. by Hiclinmnil Choice 4""8, blk. e.. Hex Peniue, C. H. Tnrley, Hielnii.inil Ky.. Kinlev Hex 'ilO.'l. e. H.. by . Hex Hunen-iterI'iiivme, Tom Hobert-o- n. Kv.. Cboiee 1872, e. e., 1 Tom Auc. or by exprefi-- , II Phlt I.AIUiK HOT-IL- r. SK.NT KKKK by wrltini; Ulooa f'H. ::. ;i:. Penune ItlillllliOII. T -' I jiv cell, bv lle Pimioe '' .Ii- -i Dalton, blk in., .irtil by Hex Acltim, Hiebmonil, Penvine, Jiih Ky., i -- HAKES LIFE'S WALK EASY Wxiiit, e. a., VViH'min Ail.un- -. Hieli muiid, Ky.f Jloekmlay, luiie b. nu, Wnller ir."i. Stntion, Ky.. WhileI.eml Pony ohl ut $HI0. ll'. - CINCINNATI MARKETS. Cincinniiti. ().. Oct. 22.-C- nltle ereiit 220 heml; market Mrwlv a.:.0fti prices; hteei It ft easy ta convince yaurself 2..')(lfi'i 10: eo t..j0 li.f.0: heifir that the "CROSSETT it far the m --,n. ,.,.u-.- . klnw mnl irenernll.v He- Hnsf best made at any price. We are lower 'at ....;it)f?8.2.i. mow. jiu-mnrket ceipU :i.:i7ri showing abaot thirty styles in all erx mnl butelwi". I0e lower; litfbl .lS(0.in Hltr ste.lv; imi'kifr. leathers, Patent, Tan, Gun Met4Cu.i.hi. i:(at- -' eoininon miwi. Kb Velvet. Vici KM In Lace and oiu-- mnl liu'bN t:iri Ik al. eeiptK 22: beuil: murket xtcmly nl Button in the new high tte. Came fl.ri0(a)..."i0; lmb Htron;? mid 10e KW.VOO. in and get a bair white we have hislier t h-i- iH" your size. a FARM FOR 8ALEI we will reil pnmieiy a farm of cowuy. nbont 130 Hereu In Unco n r mile from Urno OrchKv, Dlcelr located, moatl- - bottom ard. acre tana, very productive. Kvery WBtCT .11 ..l.lo an ahtindanca Of BtOCk one-liai- SAM ROBINSON 1 especlrlly adapte'l to corn t nand uuu uooaa lenani 1. ! r.r Vm.laAa ra8. on farm. Term. reaao.abU room, Avply at once to. ml a. ij Stanford; Ky. II. H. Uronauga, Agvut. tt hii- - been I Hand, ot a -1 of 'Vi, on Inn, t Balm Co., Atlanta, Ga. Describe your foi hi- action ot liuwiij; Mop- - nl 11 expeelllitr to he ultn. I.e.l by UiivniK olil iu fn nil I will offer trouble, and tree tnedicnl uihke glv. ped now ut miv tunc, to -- cratch his head in the mid I for Mile at Public outcry nt my late t.u nold by .SIiuk:iis iimI Tanner. There - talk ot li'Mlilim: oil i.d- die of 11 tini at the ilimee en Mil- pike place on Stniifoni mid Ihinville ' ditiou on tin back part ot the Hog .et Itnlue. " e ie . the Swope on . . . known rt ' I lellw the linger went over to I old church to POSTED O Kri-l- is Iliincock'- - hou-- u. the other l.irco rowd that Mis in 1l1.1t i ml. Thursday, November 2, " " "$ '" 5l , v- - ... ... " i i ... .. ... & ,f ... i per-onllie following piopeilv 0. . Hasty Henimn llnkol. 2 i) ,lerey cows two to mx e.ir--- . t.'. .M. Allen, f. T. Will-o- n, hpriiifjer- -, 1 beifir- - nil j;ooil one-- ,. 1 J. Ii. MunninK iej;i-te- it t Jei-e- .v -- Heithenbaeh to bull. Mibji-eHro-- . N. II. Phimrner, yearr. ubl, 1 pair liuivy ilrntt iiiiue, Woi.il- - jin-l,- , one III i (I to Hill II- - i H0CVALLOW HAPPENP'GS. oe tin HiiV'.lllow lei I ii .. 'i n.aie bixl In h ii. il Itionh, I pan' . lli'- -. lelill--III .'I Mill' Sloart's Liniment is good for p.iln of about rtlnle -- i.itu' i i) I. ...e liillu-w-l.l- , bl ami the leme near hi home any sort. It penetrates, without rubbinj;, nriniii;: iiiipleinent- other tell to the mound ami riiinul ii tliroush the muscular tissue, right to the kitchen lnrnltnre 'anil iiinii tiling-- , too nuiiieioii- - to menlioii. and gives jmie- - on the heail and bodv. The fall Term- - jjiw-- on iho 'f wile. enme a- - a uiinl Mirpiise to him he IKnnaneiitas.ell as temporary relief. beli. uoUep lit the lime ol ll- - o John H. Jackson, Here's Proof. , Stanford, K'y.. II. P. D. X. 2. A. V. I.AV c( AU.,wrltet -on .Miller home The pontiuater lia- - i tuit " I had thcuiutltin for fue )tm, I tried For Sale. M doctor and vernal diifrrcnt rrmrdir but that here:t'ter no letlv-iStrtet. I'ud Kiehenbeiver. they did not help me. I obtained a bottlo mil-i- t pin.- - through the olt'ice iiii'c-- k of Sloan' Liniment which did me o much t .id they nre uddre-ie- d on RHEUMATISM Rood that I would DOt do without it of the envelope, as he has not the for anything." behind any Ictler.--i Thomas L. Kick of Katton, Ta., BY THE MARVEL OF THE time to pi around CURE writeai "I have used Sloan' Liniut thirt bii-- y B. B. B. TEST CENTURY, for rheu ment and find it firt-d- a him Sim Pickens has purclm-e- d EO FOR 30 YEARS. malic pains." .elf a pair of omtiiIIh nnd nomt Mr.U.O. JoKtsof Baldwin, Acntnc bonex, swollen Joins, per- heavy lovex to wear when he take-i- n " lite: "I hare found Sloan' Un- manently cured tnrough ttie blood job at Tick villc, which con-I have used It for broken tinew above the Inco lment par excellence. wltli pure Uotanlcal IngredieoU. To of nuking the bell ut the Methodi-- I cap cauted by a fall, and to my great atlslactlon I waiaUelo ruuaie croe It we will aend you a I man mree week alter tne accident. ehunli evei.v tbiid Siinda,. ly duties in less 8amle Treatment Free Tube Uonely h.in a new wnt oj II yeu tuva bone palm, aclutlea or up und iI'imii i)iv ler ictiinj: rid ul company, when he m B'KKdlag hcnIdk ktek or slumlUer blades, nwol-te- try to tn too loii:. Suud.iv muhl , joUU or ano'lea u jtuwz of nrii;hborri went i.vw i In momi; arouad .u yuu iuve Ihuim', mnl rt to nae crutcUen; bleed ttiln or vktn wb'-i- i until bedtiiiie at his he thoiitibt it wiih iihout tlliu pale; ikln Itches and burus; abiftlng In punui bad breatb, laciij.go, gout Bo- flirv wrre iroiint he lit the tanic lUood Ualm '(B. B. B. wlileh le lm brea -- inolint; for the pa( 1'; uoveg evory ayatptona, because ti, B. yewi. B. seada a rich, tlngitnR flood ot l.iltl Kidity PliudeiN is fallniK in warm, rlcb pure blood direct to the to llie wun of bi father aloiii nerves, boaea aud Joints, paralyzed is an excellent remedy for sprains, bruises, sore throat, asthma. gtvtag warmth aa4 atreagth Ju't iiiiw. The oilier day he foituil ui la tbl. way emptv pint bottle, nud utter looko rutjuing necessary you can apply ith a brush, wbere It la aeeded uiaktag a perfect liatlag cure ot rheu ing all about to cee that no 14111 In At mM Prloo, 2Co GOo. A $1.00. watlsM In all Ita forms. wwt. in xiubt, he hid it laln'd Sloan's Hook on Horses, Cattle. Sheep and Poultry free. Address B. B. B. aaa aeetfe thouaaads ot Ktump. cures of rfeeuaaatlaaa after all otbwr Dr. EARL S. SLOAN. BOSTON, MASS. . euv a.e4lcla, llatateata na4 dociora uave Ira Hlliok llellnamrer who piny tin Hddlini; J fiddle ill the Kxeel-i, Aimm juwro' tailed to help or cure. UKUUtlllaTU PUBLIC SALE! nhl tu i Mi-en- ii-- !!. 0 nl A-- ill Rheumatic Pains quickly relieved bon-ilio- the-fron- W dealers. 1., Ut n iuu-cl- dUtl-culi- y pi' SLOANS LINIMENT i4 II or iT I ""SJsBjanawy-a- BM aLJ' "'jtt W jjgjjBjaMt Pi:I ,., -- Mi. f r .fw.- fc, J 'irr aayiBJBsBWlaBBaiat ' ' 11 9" I laBBaBBJl ' mJ3&m- . -a . rJJT I .