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Willio Kirk i homo from a visit to relatives in Oklahoma. Mr. ami Mr. Ilnwnnl Ciunnitz nre visiting in Louisville this week. Mr. Mntt Snndidgc, of Millcdge-villwan in town Monday. Don't forget tlio big horse anil mule ale of K. P. Womls & Son nt Stanford on 'Nov. Mi- Livinra MeOiaw and Mr. Jack Shelhy, mototctl over from Junction City last Fiiihiy. Mr. anil Mi. Nathnn Pipe wen in Danville Monday. Miss Aila Aleoni is visiting the ,Mihci Aleoni in Stantoril. Mossis. Aithui' I tut ton anil Stone Stevenson gave a ! liulit Till chestnut hunt Saturday. The girls pre pared the lunch uud for upper the young men enteitained the young Indie, nt Elixir Spring. Those fortunate enough to bo invited wen Mi Eddie T. Caipentcr, Mis MagMcCnr-mncgie Allen, Mies Margaret Cooper, Miss Miss N'auey Sallie Miick. Miss Edith Andrews, Mi-- s Lillian End. Miss Ella Itigney. Mit Mnnrnret Newton. Miss Ethel Kurlon, Miss Klir.nbeth Stcvenw STANFORD, LINCOLN CASH PHIZES FOB CORN To Be Given Farmers By State Bank & Trust Company. COUNTY. KENTUCKY, FIUDAY, OCTORKU 27, 1011, FOOTBALL GAME SATURDAY MEETING AT WILLOW GROVE EVERY TUESDAY AND FRIDAY SPEAKER CLARK. Addresses Large and Representative Audience Here Monday. Nat- Speaker Champ Clark, c ionnl House of Iteprcscntatit'cs, was greeted by n splendid crowd at the Stanford Opera House on Inst Mo.i- of-th- PRETTY IN BIG LOSS IN CORN WEST END LAST Miss Yowell Becomes Prominent the Bride Of Flerldian News From Hustenvllle. ii llerrmi. of Lakeland, PJgiila. The bride is the nttractivo liiul ncenm- jilpioh il daughter of Mr. ami Mrs. !. M. Yowrll, nnd ono oi our nweel- girl. The nml mn-- t toniliir groom t one of tho most prominent men ol hi city ninLfor a number of years linn conducted a jewelry eittiibli-hmen- t. The bride wore n beautiful traveling xiiit of tan anil her natural heauty never showed to lietler advantage. Tho ccremnr was Htiiil hy Itev. W. S. Willi, pnlnr of (he Christian ehureh. nnitpil by Prof. Rogers, of Danville, who interpreted the holy word into the ilenf male longunge. Immediately, after the cerrmnn, , tlie linppy couple left for the South, Mopping nt ChatAlr.n tanooga. Alluiitii. Jacksonville ami Mls Nellie New ton, Mis Leun Ilnek, Miss Annie i Lyons, Mis St. Augustine. Their many frie" ' Stevenson, Dunn, Messrs. Jume wish them all tho hnppiness in th Iluhhard. Carlisle Myers. Ocorge world. Milt Kails," Clifton Saiulidge, Clnr-one- e of Mrs. Waller Yiiunrruliilr. Dunn, C. It. McCormnek, .Jr., is with the home folks for n Oilmore , Illllie lliirtou. doo Mitchell, few day. s Willinm Dunn and i Marlon. Mr. nml Mi. Kugcno Dunn wire tho chap' the funeral of Mr. Henry C. It. MrCormack n line time. mis. All reported Trnvlor Thursday. MisoH Marv 1). Kennedy, llereli- Mr. .John H. Itlire is in I.oitisvilU I or XV'wheni mid Cora Mm? Ooode good- -. luvintr '" Mr. Cocking nml daughter of are Ihe iittmetae guest of Mr. J. MoKlnncv. were here chopping on A. Itlaiu this wrck. Ecry democrat sh.nihl rer.iemhcf Tuesday. Mr. ami Mi. C. W. Adam ami In tin to the poll on election day uud ote right under tho roosUr for V il fmtuly mil Mrs. Smith Powell Crcnry and the rest m ilio ticket. t'i Danville In- - Friilny. K. V. Carson Iiiia relurneil from 1 know the democrats will win if the men will just eiiuie out on eleca short trip to I.ouisville. Murgnict Davis is the at- tion dav. Ict' show the rcpuhli-.nii- s Mi the nre not the whole thing i'l tractive uttc-- t of Mr. ami Mrs. .Toe lCciitiieky. Newell this week. (Aiherliscment ) lluitonvlllr, Oel. 20. One if the prettiest wedding) (lie ncnrmii was solcmtlir.cd nt the Christian church nt 10 o'clock Wed nesday of lnt week when Mis An- jia Yowell became the wife of It. It. "" lt. brolh-ir-in-ln- ct What promixes to bo tho most ex Seems to Have Been Caused by Rot citing foot hall game of tho season Bushel to Shock is Spoiled. will bo played on the grounds of tho Stanford Graded School Snlunlni, ComMuch complaint is being heard next at 2:o0 o ciock m iiic afterThe Slate Hank & Trust pany will givo premiums as follown from farmers all over Lincoln nml noon when the eleven from the to ihe farmers of, Lincoln county: in other sections of tha provnlcm ; High School nt Somerset comes here nlso llest eed corn (white) $7.50; tho for a return game. Doth Somerset to the fa rarer cxhlhiting 2nd best of rot in com. Somo say thnt and the local boys nre working hnrd nmplcs of white corn $2,150, nnd to bad ears arc showing up to the to win tin game nnd n battle roynl the farmer exhibiting tho best sam- amount of n bushel to tho shock is expected. Admission is 25'c'cnts. ple of yellow corn $2.50. Hrin; in It had generally been expected thnt Stanford defeated Somerset there a your samples to tho bank and put one of tho best corn crops known week or ho ngo by 13 to 0, but tho on exhibition between now nnd tho Piilnski lads nay they will j;ot re18th on which date all entries will in many years would bo tho harvest venge in this game, there is mi cilice. The premium will ho awarded in Central Kentucky this year, but hound to he something dotm;. hy an expert on tho 25th of Nov. tho rot caused by too much nin on 11)11. Coma in nnd mnko your en- the shock will cut down tho M'KINNEY esii-ma- W. S. Willis closed a meeting got about two weeks nt Willow Orove Christian church in tho West End Sunday night. The church was greatly revived, all pronouncing it the best meeting they had had in year. Mis Itose Yowell assisted as organist and helper. There were twenty one additions; sixteen baptisms, three reclaimed nnd two took membership by Htutcmeut. BR0DHEAD Lillie f -- . Yours to serve tries. STATE BANK & TRUST CO., For the people, of tho people, by the people. tc considerably. JACKSON -- SELLS FARM. Pan-"yiU- c. CI N CI N ATI MARKETS Cmciniii'li, Oct. 20. Cattle Receipts 1,119 head; mnrket steady to strong on good; sternly on other grade ranncrs 25c lower nnd dull, $2.50(o :i ")00.75; heifer Mi'ir cnlvcs cows $1.60(?i)i.oT; .Vill. Hogs ReHteady at $3.50 $8.50. pack ceipt ". IT' head; rcarfesi er- - and butchers 10c to 15 c lower liitht shippers nnd pigs 10c to 25c Inwcr: l .ackers $00.50; stngs J(v 5.10; pi'.'r end lights $3fu'5.00. Sheep Itccupls 151 hend: mar'Tt tro!T ut $ 1.50(u 3.50; lambs .f:ifr (t All J. II. Jackson, four miles from town on the Dauvillo pike, hns sM his farm of 203 ncrcs to J. II. Crawford, of Mndison county and will fcoon lenvo with his family for n farm ho lias bought in Kenton county, near Walton. Mr. Jackson got fl7,.r)00 for his property here. The deal was mado Inst spring, but not announced by Mr. Jnckson provio for he tried to buy bnck his fnrm I t- her declined to self ft" bnck. ' hero from Mr. Crawlo"! hut the - DAKOTA JACK TO SPEAK HERE - Even tcry of , ' supplies curlouii ' lowing I the Facti 'n Epitaph. the noloinn nml seiene ce the Moralr.iis ut tletlitelie.i an InlercKiIng addition lo i epltnpli. coliectloi in tbe rn which l cut on a stone ovu tnol-ure- 'In lueinory the Krae of an Indl-- ii of my dentest ton Jaincs Mt'Doimiu Hois, ildcm kou o( John l.os, prtu clpnl chief or the CheroKve nation died In St. I on In. .oeuiucr 'J, 18C4 lll .orpe Mas traiuportcd by Adams Express to llethlctiom and ,ntcrtvil Ot Nuemter 'ii at tlilH sucrcd 1C4. ukc (1ft) uruxs. tncnty-nlndayt " r The protracted mMling is ! progress nt the Christinn church. Ilro. J. I. Montgomery is doing the preaching and he is to be commended on his strong and able serinoi Oood crowds nre coming out lo hear him. Preaching in the morning at 10 o'clock and in the evening nt Kveryone is invited to come 7:15. and lend their presence and tnko pmt in the hinging. .Mrs. .Inlip Wesley, of Somerset, had a millinery opening hero lust Mnmlny nnd nold n number of bats. Misses Cnrrie and Zoo'Itutler wen shunning in Dauvillo one day last - --- wreck. Mr. James Oooch, of nenr town, is confined to his bed with u severe "pell of Mcklie-- s. The following - ft report of Ihe McKiiincy graded school for the second month, ending Sept. 22-The pupils named were neither absent nor lardy: Crude L T. J. Green, Alva Jaco-i- Farris daughter of JIis llcrg Farris nnd Woodynrd Owens, both of this place were married at the home oC Mr. nnd .Mrs. Jim Owens, parents of the groom, lfev. A. J. Pike officiating. The groom is a elork in J. M. Adams' store. They aro now on their honey moon, and when I hey return their future liomi will be in IJrodhend. Success to them Little Willie Gravely Newtauil to veiy low with diptheria. A. II. Albright was down from Mt. Vernon Tuesday on business. Forest Coffey who has been ill for several month is about the same. Mrs, L. If. Hilton of Stanford, is visiting here. Mr, Frank Sutton mid children, of .Mt. Vernon ate with the home- folks. day night and delighted evetyono with his lecture, of about un hour; n ml "n hnlf. His subject wus "Tltov United States in lu Twentieth (..'yji- -, I it ry," and he not only showed tlu splendid progress this country hasj. made (luring ll short history, .but' also told of tho trend toward better things in the world mid proved con1' that the old world is grovf mg hotter all the time. Thisrjjg Speaker Clark's lajit tour on tho lec tu re platform, as ho says he has enough of traveling about the coiin try speaking nt one night htund. clii-ive- ly MISS MARIE BARNES. will be f. b-, Ilnrgi-- , Ma-tor- .-. George L:iy. Urn de II Frank Maitiu, II illicit Mabel Pearl Musters. 111 Grade F.rnie Jacob, u, TO THE VOTERS OF LINCOLN COUNTY I On the 2Ut dav id October, lit 1 . full authority to regulate the rale a saloonkeeper, or simply bccnii.se was uomiuali'd liy the ltrpahlicau to he charged the citizens within he is n Catholic and under the roo-t-f their respeethe hinifs. party of I.meoiu lonni.v n a 7 A repeal of the tax laws so as for Itrproentntive. Owing to The county is supposed to ho tho the bbort tune I lmc in which to to prevent taxes being levied both unit in nil mntters connected with on the laud and the purchase money the holding of a local option elecmake a cainnv-- , it will be impo-i-til- u for me to ce prionally nil nt' I'oti- -, which, in many instances, rep- tion. I brieve that when 25 per cent the Voters ot the county. For the resent almost the total price paid of the voters n.k for mi election III such ciim's 1 bclicM- - that the tax of ciiug to tbi'iu the piirpo-- c tipiit this iptcstioii, that thev unof kiiuwint my position should he apportioned between tho entitled lo it.' I do not think that tu various questions now confront- hind owner and the holder of the one precinct sniuiiii tie nnnucu in both should not be mint ml tho entire county. If the ing the people, I take this method notes, to make known inv views, mid to iiiuile to pay on what is for practi- county is going to be the unit, let it gitu them Ktilut! iiiforiualiou which cal purpose only inn pit if ot hi ill- bo the unit ill nil matters conucotid mav aid them in deciding as to my icit',. with ti local option election, both in Shanks' Record. the ix'titioniii f.ir .r d the holding .tidies mid that ot my opponent for the position to which we both aspire. Now. as to the record, of my op- of the election. I was boi a in the mountains of ponentMr. W. II. Kliauks. who hits ! hae made a can fill c;iui"iti-lio- n Knox count v, Kentucky, 18 ytir been In the ' legilat lire for four of Mr. Shanks' record mid I do agot when I lived for 21 ycurs; years. What has he done iluiinu not liiul n single hill bearing his since which time I hate resided in this time in behalf of the people of iiiiini in favor of the mvat comI bin county f Lincoln county ll reason of I.j it le thnt by mon people. ciiviiuislauci's mid conditions Mr. Shanks iuttotluccd a bill givleiison of his yriwit wealth, being t over wluAi I had no control, I had ing to the railroads in Kentucky the owner of 1.000 acies of huul in no chance when u hoy to fccurv n:i to ctah'Uh and engave in the the heait of the blue grnsi.. mid I'llucntion, and wlwu I should have terry Iiumiics. What inteiest linvu worth about ? 110.000. imwl of which U'eii in school. whs d.iilv ciigagid the people of Lincoln county in l' r wim given to him, thnt he - not in ut hard iiaouai labor t tying to help lies' Why should .Mr. Shunkn in- sympathy with mid is not in tutu h tho-dependent Upon me for sup- troduce a hill in which the people, with the plain, common man I Pureport nnd mainlcnmiir. I, lli.'rcforc, whom he in paid to represent, have ly in four years he had mi oppoitun-it- y had no i puortiiiiity to utteud the no direct inteiest J Why should to introduce nt lca-- 1 one hill in scbooU or to scenic uuy t:iti of an Mr. Shanks he so interested in the fnvnr of the folks at hutne. even filtieatioii m til uftcr rcuchiug iuiiii- - in at and powerful railway corpora- - though many of them arc poor ip hood. nt v.'Iiich time. mid. n lien :iin of Ibis slate as to introduce this wotld's good. lull- - in their interest f lias he tiny ltiore llinu 30 yenw of age. bv mi IViliiMis Mr. Shanks has ben too intr !t'tni sacillli" i. I on-- , able - ib hf of ur.itittiile to pnv. lla In' l.iisv iiimiiug for Sjicaker and look-lilpod or any of hi- - lieutenants, with hi-- i. lu'nl r cvi nil vencs nttccd si i' after one or two by "rivnt'i securer' Ui roi".- used h.- - mi no iiw'imIuo oi con-cu- t, pay anv ultcitiou to the "pM ments of an ediiciit.ou. mid p or his position in securing pns-- c folks at home." What has Mr. nnd in over any of these railroads! Let Slmnks done to merit our sunportf ed myself fur Ihe mini-tn- '. I Iiave labornl know-- , Mr. Shanks, v What (he people the MnMir's '""Usi; iiroiuises has he carried nut? lnillifiillv for the Kist 15 v."' miii iiitiodiiced this hill. Tell them Mas he enacted or helped to enact ' ditiiiis wh'ch time I hne bv tht h the iniile of the man or men who ini laws of henelit to you? nsl.i-you to father this measure nf Rml. intluei'i'id about 1.000 Thc'roor. huml'le tobacco r.lier to folio"- - "in the faith of the Mr. Shanks also introduced anmis hen nhnost niinetl bv a miiiI-lemeek m.d li"l. Nazarene." other bill preventing iiersons other corporation, the American To " If I .hi in be ri'nrecuta-t'n- e llinu lawyers from looking un deeds I lie price lius , bacco Compnnv. I will records, by my fellow cllin-iisetc, for hir" or rompensa-lion- . droip(d fiom about 20 cents to Htrive earnestly to ropreellt all tin to hire a If a nmn prefeis Mr. Shanks 5 cents. Sim-ly- , i people, irresieetive of parly alTlin-tiosuneyor or Mime other comix-!audit to hae tr'ei to do something and will mmul for and vote for to mnkc nil ahlraet of h's ti nrotei-- t lb" tobacco raiser fro to the following propositions, or an title, vhv should you want to pre-ve! mo' sler cornonition: but has bills in the interest of the same, tiwil him from doing of Why sav t' lv dime it? Xo! Xo! No! o liim "Yon can't do it; you hire Platform Mr. Shanks has dm wit front lh. 1. A Uniform County Unit bill. tno or some other lawyer to do this State. Tnasure over $1,000. p'aced 2. A fair and hourst redisricting woik!" there bv his fellow eitiztiir. to Ik bill, giving to every citizen etpinl - Mr. Shanks aln introduced nml lutid outs, for "value received." Mr. bi'l regulating jury service repreM'iilation. J ps' . oil' "liieh lias, a tendencv to keep men Sluink-- ill cn""!iiMiv 3. Hcl'er kcIio Is. louver in look th" le)neeo v more and la Iter books lo bn nuid fm' irtvr CI veafs of use from sen ill" Can I u 1 oi' 'n ' Docs Mr. Shanks Ihiid; t tic eve or inriffs. nml sink', if the p;ii liv the cii'iutv got thnt u man of 00 vents is not as the face, and tell him tlut lie levtut can not furnish tho miiu?. rood a Juror as tho hoy of '21. If hn Value Iteceivcd for the taxes 1. Hotter nmils Jfl tier day for an ied to pay your salary and expenses can't nyree with Jilni. liouesl day's work on tho comity docs. If I inn wrong nliouf Mr. Shanks chums to he a I.n' at Frmikfoti? reasonahle. coii'iii'iisn- roads. AIo jlon to buys between 18 and 21 years - mid Order man and agains saloons. this matter, let Mr. Shank- - te'l you him givo an who at present are reipureil If ho is. then let hjm cxplitiu to the what he has done. Let p. nf 'Let ne int of hi- - stewntd-hito work on the roads without, eoni- - people, why ha U gtiinir to volo Khiir. for ltailroad Conunis-sione- t. hint till why lu is entitled to yout: pensntL.. ole. who is now and bus h'l"i f 5. A uniform rule of two cents If am elected Itepresiutiitixv on ' per miln for pnengei on all rail- - many years, engaged in the snlonii November 7th. I promise vou faithronds in Kentucky. (The present business in the city of Lexinaloo public seivlce mid ful rale in Kentucky is threo cents, but and who Imp. upon many occasions shallnnd honst stnva to represent fnithfullj of our ueiuliboritig m tho records will show, violated practically all all tho people, whether 'hoy com' (,tn(e8 have the two cent rule; why th liquors lawy of this slate. The rniltoails waul Mr. Klair uleeted. Is from tho gilded mansion of tho rich call not we have itf) Mr. Shanks for him beeausu the or the humble cabin of tho poor. 0. The stricter rugulation of Very Truly Yours, Vsmwmhihm mv4 (heir ratw. railroaiki want him. or I Mr. Hhnuka I.J f lM VI J t l.ut WU 1 I er I'lin-Jida- Dakota Jack. lack Pundcv, a Montana cowboy, will lecture nt the Court llott-- e Hiitiinln.S ufUrnnoii, next, the 28th, ut 1 :30 o'eloek on the Aincricuu his in inner mid mode of living uud his wuy of treating ifisVrtse.--. At I I'clock that evening, he will lecture on the northwestern cowboy and the life of a cow bow Dakota ,'nek i advertising hi- - great Iptliuu Id medic and will give away at each lectiir.' 100 worth of his jtcinedie. Hi- - Remedies will bo on Mile ut Shugai & Tnuner's Drug Store Kvery one, the Coutt llou-- e. men, women mid children, nre cordially invited. All Free; All Come. t Don't ths ilnlc, Satuidav the 2Mb at ItllO and 7 I. M. u, . op-io-i- te foi-g'- Tabi- Grade IV. Jennie Au-titha Maitiu, Cuniliff. Grade VI. Nannie Hubble. Grade VII. Hrynn Jones, Wdlie O-c- ar Coffey. Kcport of third inonfli. ending on October 20 Grnile I He-sSltnler. Clarence Sluder, Zenas Smith, Currio Lay. Grade II. Iva Duncan Frank Maitiu, illicit Hargis. ie Grade III Iteyiiold. Mary Mitipliy. Pearl Jacob. Liilu Iiv, Frank Orider. Grade IV. Tabillin Martin, Oscar ic 11 F.l-- Mrs. Kllen Mahaffey in Crab Orchard last week. Mrs. Lat um Frith and daughter Ituth aro in Livingston thi- - week. Mr. Per Sheltou and family have taken charge of the lunch house vacated by Mrs. J. M.' Clark. She moved to the hou-- e vacated by Mr. 0. A. Frith. He will move to the farm next week. Mrs. J. M. Titrpin, of Jellieo is visiting reuntives here. Mrs. Joe F.vnns is with her parent at Lyons Station. K. L. Cnntrcl of Chnttnnoogn, has bought the poultry house from Mr. Tyree. He nnd hi family have rooms nt the hotel. Mr. Amy Edwnrds U very ill. Tue-da- y La- -t morning nt eleven o'eloek the Frith Hotel caught fire and would have burned down, hnil it not been for the quick response of some of the good people who fought Ihc fire "bravely. How ii originated no one knows although the hi- - wn not very much. ed Her ninny friends in tiii section interested in the following clipping concerning Miss- - Mtfrio Humes, cut front a recent isseof the Lexington Herald: fetf MisH Mnrie Harnes the sweet Singer nnd loving daughter of the late Geeorg 0. Ilnrne, the most beloved mini that ever prenehed that God is love has developed into n prophetess and speak with tho favor mullflu- ency ot her citteil father. She in now dwelling tinder tho palm rccs of the Sunny South, hut has signified to Mrs. Desha Hrcckinridgc, who is tiv most gitted womnn in nil kch tiicky of her literary clnss, thnt shir would he pleased to come to Kentucky, the home of her childhood, as soon os her engagement expires in the .south. This will bo good new to thousands of the friend of the wonderful George O. Ha me.. TURNERSVILLE. Schol opened ngnin Monday with good attendance. Mrs. Hihb of Nashville, Tenii id visiting Mr. Ben Goodc. Mrs. J. II. Knughmiin nnd Mi- Jennie Hooker, of Stanford, .visited Mrs. Walter Field and Mis MoIIie Lewis last week. On last Tnrsdoy afternoon our school went chestnut hunting Chest--nu- ts being scarce homo of the bovs letermincd to have something to pny them for their two mile wnlk found a turnip patch and filled their pockets with these. Tho last half hour was spent in a selection of songs nnd recitations. Then all lcturned home, very tired but with a feeling that they hud hail the best lime of their lives. The Tumersville Literory Society and School lniprov.ni.eiit Club will give an entertainment, uud a pie supper nt the school house on Saturday nigLj October 2Sth. The proceeds will go toward buying a library, for the school. Kver.vbody come tind help a good cau-- e Pny come nnd luing your girls and tell them to bring a pie. Lame crowds aro attending' the meetings held here by Rev. Ed. Hubbard. Mr. J. X. Cash litis commenced work on his new store house, when the old one burned, Thi building will be concrete, nnd will be nn improvement to our little town. Sir. George Koger left Tuesday, for San Antonio Texas. Mr. Koger will probably move his family there. GENERAL NEWS NOTES I i MARKSBURY, V. T. Dooliu' sold Nel-- e Miircw an old mare for if 100. Robert Fox sold 17 150 pound hog- - to Vick Lear nt cents. Mrs. Hen King who has been i'l from tbe'el'fectK of nh operation has CundilT. Grade Helen Jones. Grmle VI. Margery Cocking. Guide VII -- Willie CofTcv. V. MIDDLEBURG. GRAND 47 DA'X Hi"h-C!ass AUCTION. Residence Lois 47 KY.. K.i- -t VILLI', Main St. nil-ur- -i' FITZPATRICK HEIGHTS. po-sib- tin-righ- Titos. Oct. 31. promotlv at 10 a. nt., it A IN ok siiixi; Tin- - prnneitv -' in the heart of the tim.--t fashio'ttthlc pillion if the Keti.uekv hist town i ll. stule-o- f not', rvccptcii. Wlion you plain a dolbtr in the heart ot a town like tin- -, cither for a honi.'stiad or as an investment, you can't go wrong. A .s500 lot and other valuable prize will be given away. FltKK and everybody on hi' ground w'll have mi fiiftt iiittiii"s. "lithe" a buyer or merely a s'leetnto.-- . SAXTON'S FIN" CONCi'in' bai-of Lexjigtoti will furnish the music I'.very lot offered will be positive, lv sold to tlu highest bidder. AI1SO-Ll'TF.LY k! Several of the Haptist people will attend the Fifth Sunday meeting at Poplar Grove H.ipti- -t church Sunday The piogrnm- - an-- out and the meet ing prutnies lo he an intere-tin- g one There will be 's court here Friday though the docket is short and no intere-tin- g ruse- - to be tried. I'ev. ('. T. ('launch who a Kev. A. G. Coker in a meeting at Orove returned home Tin -- day of hi- -t week and reported a tine niecliug with tho.-- e people. Pro. Clmmch has been quite hu-- y in work of this kfml lately, haviiu been engaged in five meeting- - since August Ii'ev Frank At wood - conducting revival service- - nt the l.auham school hou-- e prciu hing ut night only. He will contiuuue through this ningi-trato-t. i- week. v account tf the rain tin; school uud pr;ai'biug services Situdav were quite s'imlv .'itlcmld. Oil Sun-ibi.- t- !' pir-om- This ItKOAItDLKSS - Ihe onporlunily hiune-eeker IF Pltl.'L lime for the of i life or the inut ss 11 ed vestor. Term In Ihe easy. n. " i n( the owner's you make the make or lose. been consigned nnd it is going Meet us nt pnt you have lniu;ht int.-price: at Ihi sale, price, let the owner an-otl- pr At 10 A. M. The United States Realty & Auction Company. This nrooertv has to ti TO HK SOLD, to change hands. this grand sale, on Trdav October 31. i'n" 0. T. Wallace. 1 fieneral Manager. GREAT CAMPAIGN Lexington Kentucky OFFER. ! 1 1 c fo'-Hill- y 1 m have been comArrangements pleted whereby we are ennblnl to until offer tho daily Courier-JournDecember HO. 10U and TMK IN TF.ItiOlt JOURNAL ono full eur for only t.80. Tho regular price of I ho Courier Journal is 50 cent a month. This is n remarkable offer, r mid tho Miouer you send in ynui the longer you will get tho Courier Journal. The political campaign U on, keep posted by leading the I. J All orders iuust be Bent to tho lntor- lor Joumnl not to tho Courier Jottn -n'-de- It don't require a very bard shower to keep people away from church. A II. Itoy.ilty is some noted as a weather prophet, -- aid some weeks Mure that we would h.ive early killing frost, Jack Frost did not show up until yistrrdiv. Monday, the Den-co- n i having no l:ttle trouble in 'finding un excuse for the failuiv of hi prediction to mat ri.ili.e. They say that all of Deacon's late forecast Iwve been wanting, Mrs. V. T. Miller i quite sick Hen June- -, will Mart for Arizona Saturday. A little daughter of J. II. Mis. Q. It. Newell has diptheria. JoutK spent several tliiw with her daughter Mrs. Dr. W, J, Sweeney at Liberty. Judge and Mrs. Wells Siiiidnv with t''-- if son Jack ut Yosemite. Mr. Spirhn Sharp of New f'astle. link, i here nnd wib ivniain soiiie woek Ormiville Lutes was hero Monday looking after stock. Will Murphv nml his littli? brother John of snent Sunday with their Mrs. Mel). Fogle. William limine has inovcd from his farm near legniiu'il her health. Mr. W. C. Greening and children Guy Chennult mid Xeal left la- -t Friday to join her husband at Parsons, Kas where they will make their future home. Add Arnold was the guc- -t of Mi her- sister Inst week Mr. Hen King. A few dnys ago F.d Perkin sold hi farm to J. T. Pope.Lanenster at t100 per acre. Mr. Perkins will lowhete he will encate in Lnnca-tc- r ter the milling business. Me-- rs H. C. Dunn and J no. Roys-to- n went to Lexington to attend the 1. D. C. convention and witnessed the unveiling of the Morgan's monu ment nt that place. Mr. Fannie Pollard nnd daughter Mi Kugenin Pollard, have returned from a visit to her daughter Mr.. Ella Cecil of Danville. Mr. F.lmer Hurt nnd wife of Clinton county who wers in Louisville enme hrre last week to ii Ir's'ii"- -' th- - fmrilv of Mr. Win. Luggle Mrs. Robert Spenkes was in Danville shopoing Inst Saturday. Mr. J. D. Swone. of .Stanford will be here tomorrow for a short stay with relatives in this community. The congregation of Pleasant Grove ehureh has cnlled Rev. Powell He come of Danville as pastor. liivlily rn'ommended and will preach 2nd ii ml sth Sundays of each month. Mis Mary Chestnut write from "I am delighted Rrokep Arrow: with the We- -t nnd am tempted not to return to Kentucky," -it The Rev. Clarence V. T. n Hnpt'st minister, of Cambridge. Mass.. is charged with murder," Hei sn'd to have produced th ikt-so- n which ended th life of 5lis Avis Linnell. Riclicsoi wa nrre-te- d at the home of hi betrothed. MUs Violet Edmonds.. ( The Attorney Generals of Virginia North Carolina nnd South Carolina have concluded thnt the plan for the dissolution of the Tobacco Trust will offer no relief to tobaeeo grow. en, and if adopted will nnirii lh Government's Supreme Court victory n barren 'one. ltieheon u Fl ELLISIURG. - i Several cases of diptheria nre reLock No. 21 in the Cumberland ported in this section. An infant daughter of Mr. and Mrs. William River, 20 mile- - front !turnsidi opened last week with imor'ssit Mills died of Ibiyliseiisc on Monday ceremonies. The completion of th and was buried on Tuesday. "- - ntid Tlu' stork left a bright little da'igli dam means an nutlet th in tho Ken-lucat the homo of Mr. mid Mr. lo much coal mid timber ler mountains. week. Mrs. Jas. David Pcvtnii. hist Ellis is visiting relatives near ChilThere were 258 business fuilurei ton. Mr. Johnson Ellis has in the I nit iM Stales for the week from a visit to Danville ended October 10. against 212 the Mr. nnd Mn. II. II. Reyuier- - week previous. Kings-villalso Mr, Clyde lo sou uud son Chelf ol.Mrndfo!ilsillc spent A Medicine That Gives Confidence Foley's Kidnev Remedy vs a Hopeuud Sunday with the fnmilv Is Foley's Honey and Tar Compound less Case. of M. A. Spragens. Messrs, W. H. Mrs. T. J. Adams. "22 No. Kansas Hoq Aik, J. V.. Frtemaij snyw: VI mid J. It. Spragens were with the Ave., Columbus. Knx.. writes: "For bad a sovere case of kidney trouble homcfolks last week. i number of year i'V children have A. Reynierson Mr. T been' subject to coughs nml roM. I mid could not work and my case seemed hopeless. One large boltlo friend in Hrndfordsvillo first of the used Folev'K Honey and Tar Com- imniiit nnil fniinil Hint it cured their of FolcyV Kidney Remedy cured ni week Mr. Vox Caldwell, of Danville was t.0l,Kh8 Rm f0ldB, bo 1 keep it in tho nud I have never been bothered since. j jwnvs recommend it, Shugan nn.1 in this Keetion buying eutlli hist ,.., ,,11, jiv n Refuse subst'- - iil -- ug ve 'V e te. Sat-nnl'- iv vi-il- ed ft r B-- ls '"! .. . in,"T. ,. . veek, i - r a "- - r" ' "" " t fywewsflwijiu mi fF5r" A- H Ei Hi M jr fiiE " . : THE INTERIOR JOURNAL, STANFORD. KENTUCKY. FRIDAY. OCTOBER 27, 1911, hi Young and old have them. Some abuse them. They get tired, starved. SYMPTOMS: Lou of sleep and appetite, in- digestion, irritability, eventually wrecked stitution. con- i Alcoholic remedies stimulate only. Scott's Emulsion soothes and nourishes, natural nerve-footaining the salts of d, feeds the nerves. A conHypo-phosphit- es, Iodine and Glycerine. NO ALCOHOL, ALL DRUGGISTS 11-- 8 fot 't St FALL AND WINTER STYLES. My new fall and winter samples are now ready for your Inspection. They comprise the best on the market can suit anyone as to price who had his clothes made U order. A suit made to your measuie is preferable to ready made clothes. To have them made to moasure doesn't cost any more than ready made when Quality andiflt Is considered. Come In and let me take your measure. H.iC. RUPLEY, Toe PracUcal Tailor jj cold coming on, take Foley's Honey nnd Tnr Compound. It checks nnd relieves. Use no substitute. Tb.2 genuine in a yellow package always. a After exposure, nnd when you feel bhugnrs and Tanner. 'i V FREE SAMPLE CURED OLD PERSONS BOWELTROUBLE the unusual laxative merit contained in Dr. Caldwell' Syrup Pepsin is that It la effective not only In people In the prime of life, but at the extremes of axes. As many letters are received from mother reamrdlnr the cures ot children, as from men and women of sixty, seventy and eighty years of ace. It must be truly a One of the most remarkable proofs of wonderful laxative. la the cure of constipation and bowel trouble in old people It has no equal. It corrects the constipation, dispels the headache, biliousness, gas, drowsiness after eating-- , etc. People advancing; In years should see to It that their bowels move freely, and If they do not to take Dr. s; Caldwell's Srrup Pepsin. Tou can your lire by healthy bowel action. bowels Invite disease. Women Cloned pass the menstrual period cannot about to do better than use Syrup Pepsin several pro-Ion- to the doctor. Dr. Caldwell does not feel that the purchase of his remedy ends his obli- Take Your Common Colds Seriously gation. He has specialized In stomach, Common colds, severe nnd bowel diseases for over forty liver years and will be pleased to give the lny the foundation of chronic and reader any advice on the subject free ot charge. All are welcome to write diseased conditions of the nose and s, him. Whether for the medical advice throat, and may develop into or the free sample address him Dr. pneumonia, nnd consumption VT. B. Caldwell, m Caldwell building;, Montlcello. 111. For all coughs nnd colds in ohildrcn fre-rpieLron-chhiti- Leslie Combs formerly minister to Peru, nnd one of tho strongest nnd cleanest Hepiililicnns in tho There li one man in the United State who he perhipi heard Establlihed 1872 State, says Hint he heard O'Kcnr's more women's eecreti than any other men or woman In the (peach nt Lexington, nnd Unit it country. These tecreti are not secrets of itnilt or shame, hut HELTON M. 8AUFLEY,... Publisher his impression nnd the impression ot the terrets of suflrin, and they have been confided to 1C It. V. I'icrce In llie hope and expectation ot aihieo end help. everyone ele nenr him, that Hrndhy That few ol thete women havo been dinppointrd in llieir ex(1 A YEAR STRICTLY IN ADVANCE was the man referred to, nnd beper cent, of pectation! it proved by the fact that ninety-eili- t lieving that to he so, he upplnmled oil women treated by Dr. Tierce lime been absolutely and at tho rostoftlco at O'Hcnr's utterance. Entered altogether cured. Such a record would be remarkable i( the Like ccry other chnrgo thnt has cues treated were numbered hy hundreds only. Hut when as second class mall. that record applies to the treatment o( more than lislt-a- - milbeen proven ngninM Judge O'ltcnr lion women, in a practice of over HO years. It is phenomenal. in his campaign, he 1ms attempted Democratic Ticket. nnd entitles Dr. fierce to the gratitude accorded him by women, at the first ot to ciawl out from under. He is specialists In the treatment of women's ditcascs. for Governor Jamea U. McCreary. Hvery sick womm mry consult Dr. Pierce hy lettrr, absolutely without r'or J.louL governor 13. J. McUonnctt feeling tho effects of his npprnval jot Hrndley at tho TStnto Convention charge. All replies aro mailed, seated in perfectly plain envelopes, without For Treasurer Thos. 8. Uhea. cny printiiif! or nihcrtislng wlmtetcr, upon them. Write without (ear at withfor Secretary of State C. b Croce- - The temperance people rightly reout fee, to WorU's Dispensary Medical Association, Dr. K. V. Pierce, Prcst., mis. gard Hrndley ns the worst foe their lluQalo, N. Y. ''or Attorney General James GarncU, cause has ever had in Kentucky. For Auditor II. M. Rmwnrlb They know his nsocialiotis; they rnnHcniPTioN mi. riurecE'S tor Stnto Superintendent or Schools beliue that he is (he beneficiary of "C7"ols. VCoxuou. filtx-oai-., Uuksdale liamlett whisky lobby's work nt FrankCtlolc TTToniou "Voll.. Fo Commissioner Agriculture J. V. the fort; they are confident thnt ho did Nowman. Fo, Clerk Court of Appeals 11. I.. everything in his power to prevent the extension ot the county unit, Greene. For Hntronxl Oommlssloncr V. F. after he had been elected to the SenKlalr. ate by the vote of bolting Democrats For Circuit Judgo Charles A. Har- closely allied with the "whisky lobdin. by." Ff Kcprcsontntivc W. II. Sliunks. They are asking Judge O'Kcar to More noon's for less money. Now is the time that every one has to liuy explain his friendshiti and affection THE TEMPERANCE PEOPLE for lira (I ley, and they do not see how some FALL and WINTER GOODS, we have them. Clolhlnq. Cloaks BEGIN TO SUSPECT 0' REAR. he can pretend to be the bitter neiny outlnn cloth, dress qoods of all kinds, roat sweaters, blankof tho whisky interest when he reTwist nnd turn ns ho may, Judge lies on the biiport of a man like ets and shoes for nil the family. Come and let us make vju some prices O'Henr has not been nblo to cscnpe D rod ley. rcspoiifciliility for tho charge tumid In addition to tins tho appoint that will make you open your eyes. by him in his speech nt Lexington, itnent of McCulloeh President of tho CAtfOtfcharci; before tho Hcpublienn .Convention Distillers' Association, has about KMifurky. was held, in which he intimated that convinced the Temperance clement llradley had been elected by a "cor- that Judge O'Rear is rapidly getting rupt lobby." Ollie James has' asked into ery bad company. When he him to name tho man who was in- accepted the contributions of tho of one of the biggest volved in that scandal. JK'sha President Breckinridge, Editor of the Lexing- whisky concerns in the state, they ton Herald, telegraphed him if ho are afraid that his platform preten referred to Bradley, nnd if not, to sions arc mere sounding brn-- and whom did ho referf After ninny tinkling c.mhoIs. days of unguish O'Rcar finally replied thnt he referred to tho elec"Kldcr" Kd Hubbard says ho tion of Cerro Gordo Williams, nnd stands for a law which will pay men thnt ho did not havo Senator Braille in mind nt all. It hnppcus that $1 a day for work on the county to when Williams was elected Judge O'- roads and also for pay for boys boy 15 years old, but he work the roads. Wo advise him to Rcar was n When says that the scandal of that con- look up the law a little moro close your physician has pre test made such nn impression on ly before he ndopts catchy planks m scribed a medicine for you to ids platform in na effort to win take, the next important step is to Section 430S of the Kenvotes. have that prescription placed In the "The tucky Statutes now says: hands of a thoroughly reliable and competent fiscal court in its discretion may pay nharmaclst so it will bo compounded exactly as the hands ordered lo work on the directed. We have gained nn enviable reputation compensation roads a reasonable for always being very careful and painstaking In per day for nil or any part of their our compounding and feel that, In nil justice to your labor." So that tho law Hubbard own good health, you should bring your next prescripwants is already on the statute books tion hire. Here, too, you will find n complete and intimes a week until the system has set- and it is now up to the fiscal court viting display of toilet articles, rubber goods, soaps, tled to Its future condition. Among the strongest supporters of Dr. of Lincoln county to pay the road perfumes, toilet preparations nnd all standard remedies. Caldwell's Syrup Pepsin are Mr. W. G. hands, if it so desires. And as the For interior decorating; wo carry and recommend Zom of New Decatur, Ala. and Mr. George fiscal court is at present republican ALABASTINE, the beautiful wall coating. Call a Spauldlns of both elderly men. The perhaps, Mr. Hubbard might be able the National Soldiers' Home, Kansas, and see samples of tints and ask us about it. regular stse bottles can be bought ot any to get them to do something for the drug-gis-t at fifty cents and one dollar, but a free sasaple bottle can be had by send- men who work the road. Inferior Journal Women's Secrets f $ $, o o o o o a a a & o a favoritf, "-"- wj Our Motto o o o o v o O S OVERCOATS We are now showing" the handsomest overcoat sto ck we have ever carried. Our $10, $15, $20 and $25 o L. L. SANDERS s Bring Your Prescriptions Here To Be Compounded Long Rain Coats are as good as themarket affords. We are alo so showing the new handsome GABARDINES o at $17.50 and $20. A medium length tan and greycoat at $20 and $25 are very dressy and our Black Silk Lined, Silk Faced Coat at $25, is simply a beauty. Come in and look at them. I r- - ' i ( " H. J. McRoberts Stanford, Kentucky. ( ing; your address PENNY'S DRUG STORE. Stanford, Kentucky VBk j oo o0 an din grown persons, take Foley's Hpney nnd Tar Compound promptly. Shugars and Tnncr. NOTICE OF SHERIFF'S SALE TEE NEW PEORIA- -A Success ' 1 ! - JACK FROST Reminds us that we will have to have some more new-- clothes, and we want to remind you that our Fall Line Is the best that you ever saw.. We are selling them at prices so low that you will wonder how it can be done ..All wool suits from $15 to $30... Can tit you at anv price as we are selling about 200 suits at half price In order to make room tor our big fall line. The home of Hart Schaffner & Marx all wool Clothes CuiDiDii? & Weareo, Stanford, Ky. court, of Kentucky, in favor of J. V. That our shoe stock is now complete and against D. V. Dunn, nnd which execution is for the sum of that 35 years of sincere effort to know good twenty-llv- o ($25) with 0 per cent in shoes and own them at the right prices are terest there on annually from the day of September, 1880, till 10th back of them, buying direct from the paid, and the further sum of $7.03 manufacture as we do you get the benefit costs and the further cost of this action, I, or one of inj deputies, will of the middle man's profit. You'll certainon November, 13th, 1911, being the ly do yourself a good turn by looking at first day of the regular November 11)11 term of the Lincoln County our line. Court, between the hours of 10 A M. and 2 1. M., at the court house door in Stnnford, Lincoln county, KenCRAB ORCHARD, tucky, exposi! to publio Palo to the Z KENTUCKY. highest bidder, nt public outcry, tho interest of said D. V. Dunn in tbo property hereinafter described, lor so much of his said interest as may lie necessary to satisfy the said J. V. Alcorn's debt, inteiest nnd costs and which interest is of the snid D. HiVbss V. Dunn's in tho property hereafter d described, is an undivided interest in said property, Hiibject to the dower cstato of Mrs. M. M. Dunn which property is a certain tract of la land Jyinf,' in the west end of county, Kentucky, on which tho mucI Mrs. M. M. Dunn now resides, thus described: Hexiniiini; ut a stone in the Joseph Coffey line, thence hoitth 80 west 14 poles to the Coffey cornel', south 24 west 0 poles 18 links to a piuoak, corner to same, KHit'i ? u"t 7.1 ulfi 7 links lo a Htono in a ditch of dim county road EMBRACES FEATURING "HER MAJ ESTY" THE BEST $3 SHOE ON EARTH. THE STLLE, COMFORT, MATERIAL AND in the llnuhel Carpenter lino; thenco FINISH TO BE FOUND IN A MUCH HIGHER PRICED SHOE. her line south 24 west 85 poles to a -- ONE stone near a branch; thence up the PRICE. WRITE TODAY. YOUR ORDER WILL ALL LEATHERS, ALL STYLES, ALL RECEIVE PROMPT branch north fi west 101 poles to a CAREFUL ATTENTION. a branch; tlienco up Hie stone nenr "Her Majesty" shoes are the best for the reason that the leathers, materials and workmanship are .all of the best and selected branch not tit 3 west 101 poles to nnd contuinme; tho boinunui!!, lira des acres, U roods nnd 27 poles of laud. "HER MAJESTY" Sold Exclusively by Stewarts. Terms of Sale Salo will be. made (U) mouths, nn a credit of three tno purchaser to give bond to tho said J. W. Alcorn, with upproud money, security for tho purchase Stylish tans, suedes, dull calf, patents and kid leathers. Fabrics are black satin, velvet and cravenettes. Medium cut button bond to bear interest nt 0 per cent are used featuring the popular liltih toe stub last effects. The more conservative shapes If desired. Prices $3.00. untill puid, from day of sale, bavin;; tbo forco nnd effect of a replevin bond. Tbw 18th day of October, (lAWWatMi). Aleorn-an- By virtue of Execution No. 584 di reeled to me, which issued from the clerk's offlco of tho Lincoln Circuit : Just A Reminder We sold last year several New Peo- ria Grain Drills to be thoroughly tested in every way. The new Disc Furrow Opener followed by a shoe enables you to deposit gram in the furrow at a uniform depth. The drills have proven a success and we recommend them. Call and get circulars and become posted. W. E. Perkins, W. H. Higgins. Stanford Ky. Come to Louisville at Our Expense one-thir- Liu-co- 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 transfer desk, End of building first floor, and we will refund to you 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. have 1s sales South your 0-- Autumn And Winter Styles. "7 V 4Mb NM' .w THE 1HTEWI0W JOURNAL, TO EAST END TAX PAYERS STANFORD. KENTUCKY. rmnflV. OCTOBER 27. 1911. ?tWu-BAKINKOWDE Absolutely Pure To have pure and wholesome food, be sure that your baking powder it made from cream of tartar and not from alum. Thm Lmbml limn placed the tnx bonks fur I!ut I'm! of tlm county mtli J. C. Iluilcy ut the (rnl Orchard Iliiiikiui; ('inip,in with list of the dirt road claim, ('nil mi liim and your taxi. . I,. Mcf'nrtv, I my 85-Sheriff. I llio Sweaters. In all colors and si'.es for ladies, miss- Comforts We carry large Comforts, 6x7 2 feet long and a line of good Blankets. Also Lace Curtains, Window Shades, Carpets in the roll, Mattings, Rugs, Druggets, Linoleums and Oil Cloth. All kinds of Furniture, Suites, Wardrobes, Bookcases, Sideboards, Tables, i Hall trees. Big supply of Pictures Mattresses and Bed Springs. 1-- 2. es and children. host. .M. I'. u lilni'k hnniY imtr iiiiiiuIiiSii n iune mill u pair of ptlil rimmed tice tnrlcs. 1'imlcr plcti'i! return to Mrst Xntionnl Flank. (lie iiopulnr itlMiir-nne- c nnuouticcM Ins U"tli. Tliw w mi iitiiiniil m in Lancaster mill mhiiu liberal pii'iniiiiiiH nrc offeieil. 1'. ('. Oaiiii"., Minn llctucuu J. S. Mucker's mill M'ltoborts' mi Somerset pike Children's from $oc to $2. Ladies' from $1 to 2.50. Toques from 5"0c to $ . I of liiitirnstcr, coin show for Nov. We handle only goods of quality and guarantee prices. James C. Dahlman, "Cowboy" Mayor of Omaha. "Throws lite .las. ('. Hughes, Martin & Co.f Stanford, Ky. ' Lariat." Daliliiinn will guldm y IMavur J as it cowbov, find is at Mutie ever Helpful Major of Omuhn. and has Music Is the neareft at linnil nnuiiiL ui most orderly, the mod dellrnte line ioiiowiui: rccoru- hta ted ( Royal is the only baking powder made from Royal No Alum 1.. SOCIAL Grape Cream of Tartar Mo Umm Phosphate the and Dawes f o,, Xeb., three terms; Mayor tho moM perfect of nil bodily pleas an of Chiidron, two terms; Democratic iiren; " "c ; National ('(iiniiiittecnuiii, eight enrs, Is equally helpful to nil the nges of fong to .Major ot Omaha, six years anl in man: helpful from tho nuri-e-her Infant to ttie music unheard of 1U10 enndiilate for governor of Wntiuj; to Foley A; t'o., others, which often. If not most fre( liK'iigo, he "I have taW-- quently, haunts the ilenthbrd of pure Folev Kulnev Fills and they have and Innocent spirits. ttuskln given mo a srent ileal of relief so i theerfiilh recomincnd them." Yours s I ' na: Foley Kidney Pills. 1W J9t the ingicdicuts needed (n Tttnlil up streneth and restore the 11nt11r.1l nclion of the kidney uud .Specially prepared for '''"'bier. backache, hendiuhc, nervousness, rheumatism nnd nil kidney, bladder Shugars nix urinnrv irregularities. nnd Tanner. , W. A. TRIBBLE,' Stanford, Ky. j Irulv. (.Si.Micd.) JaiifH I'. Dahlaiau. Shugan and Tanner. and PERSONAL I- licurso I j. IVnny was in l.nuisvillo tin Wednesday. np Nevius was ocr fuiii on u short vi-- it tins week. Mr. Julia Hughes is tlm jruot of ot Mrs. Y .1. Vender at Weslbounie. Tenn. MUrt I'umiio Wood, of Iiiieton, Is the picst of her cousin, .Mh. A. II. SeteriiniT. Mr. tleo. K. Tailor, of Itiichcutiir, New York spent Siittinlny nml Sunday with friends hero. Mr. and .Mrs. I.. I. Sander, of ("r.ih Oruhnrd, passed through hro Tiimday morning in their automobile ru route to Louisville on a short l.nu-w-liT day to Herbert Kiunaird. Mrs. J. W. Hftjdeu and" J. W. Hnydeii Jr., of Fans are the uucts of rclutiten here. 1) Flor Dr. It. I.. Diivim. ence and John A. Itlain, lliistuuvillv went up to Crab Orchard Wednesday to hear Thulium H. Mcflrcj;or, for iittoruey icpulilicaii nouiinee general spcuk. Miss .Mary Chestnut, of the Mnrks 1iui Ki.iniii link Iii'imi viitue- - Mrs. Chnrtes Hurdelte, at Itrokcu Arrow, Okla. Ir. W. L. Cnniuui, of Paint Lick, wits here for n short visit Wednes- only the W. S. Fish represents best and stronticst insurance Let him keep you protected. com-oanf- Tor Sale. Mv home on Miller Strict. Pred Kichcnherger. - DISSOLUTION ly hoiro ou I'.ast Tdain For Sale Mlf htreet. II. C. Ilniighiniui. The C111I1 Orehnrd school tnx is past dye. The books are at tho Crnb Hanking Company's office, nml nil owing this tux will plense call and hottle at oueo. O. M. I.ackuv, Trensurer. On-har- SHORT LOCALS. a v rv 1 V Don't forget to come in and hear I', flnniett and little (lov. lteekhaiii sjieuk here Friday Virginia Wilson arc at afternoon at tho court house. d.iupVitfr Care City with Mr. Gnrnctt's mothWare's mile at MoKinney was a er. On the oK'iung day .Mr. .1. I.. Tntlini and estimable big success. family left cterdny for Ihnuon Wednesday the door had to bo closvherc tiny will wake their future ed the crowds were so big. The sule. goes on this week and next and nil home. Mrs. Fannie Hubble and liltlo son, Heard of li.irgnins are being ofWalker, lime pone to Itelrnde, Mou-tnu- fered. on a visit to her son and iln'ightcr there. "Mutt mid Jeff and thedold-htei- n .Mrs. (lenrgii I". Cowan has rctiirn-e- d burglars at opera house Satto her home in Spokane, Wash., urday uiht. attrr a pleasant visit to her parent Jlr. uud .Mm. J. X. .Mcliofee mid othLamo back is one of the most com er relatives in this part of the coun- mon fonrs of muscular rheumatism try. A few applications of Chamberlain's 'I he Misses Alcorn delightfully en Liniment will give relief. Kov biile tertained ut Five lliiudreil thin week by all dealers. ill I'ouipliiiH'iit to Mis Ada Aleoru, who hns heen then of Hedging. attractive guest. "Ilad luck to you. Dugnn." says .Mr. .Mason Morris, of MuskitgiT. Dovle, "Good luck to you, Dojle." says Okla.. who with her handsome young Dusan. "and may neither one of us b hon, have heeu visiting at her old right-- Orchard, letiuned home at t'rali the west thw week. She was m Lost An open face gold watch: eotnpanird at far as LoiiiMillu by strap on it for n chain. Itevviinl her sister, Mrs. J. F. Holdain. 84-- 2 for riturn to Mat Myers. I. W. Hall, who has been a seaman on the battleship Nebraska, for $100 Reward, $100. four years, is on a visit to his fa"HI b turd to lu Tb THtdrn of Uti ther, Milford Hall at Howlnnd. artran leut ou drrdnl iltarut that Uiat a ttul Uwra to t to ill tM tun la Cu luM tUnn. onuxl poMtlvt T. Wood, of ltroken hu tw Mrs. (leonto Um If OlAirtu lUUi ourrh known to tno Arrw, Oklahoma, in here on a visit run now ronMltuUoMl miml Irateraltr.a latarrb l lwrwe. mium to her parent and other relatives twui Untmrnt. Illlll OUrrb Cur to Ukta here. She. is neeompanied by her uiUor Mtiu dtrrcllr upon Ikt Mood and mutour 11m ot Uu tTitrm. Uinrtir dntnrto totindaibn three year old miii and ic Lv'in '"r ttmuui br ot lb dtoraah wul flrlnj iho patten!i buudtns up Um roti.tltutloo and uut-mdially welcomed back to her old ho 'c nature In dotn lu vock. Tba proprlrlon havt o much Ulla In lu curitlta puifra tUI Uwr mm by her host of friends. On llundrvd Dolian lor any tut tbat H ialla 14 Itot of tratlmonlala. Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Youiifr are at turf. Hnulr.for C1ILNBY CO, Toledo, a Addrraa i HoUl by all liruifku. ?M. ten ilnys' stny at Crnb home nfter a "al Uall I an T run tor conitlpalK . Orchard with Dr. L.'F. Jones and wife. Under the spcciul cure of Dr. Hiliousness is duo to a disordered Jones and bv drinking the famous condition of tho stomach. 's ('rub Orchard water, .Mr. and Mi. Tuhlets are essentially a improved in Youai; were greatly stomach medicine, intended csjvecinl-l- y health. Mns Mary Adams wart alto act on that organ; to cleanse ii o atruestofDrmidJdjrs it, strengthen it, tone and invigorate it, to regulato tho liver and to banish liilioiisncbH positively and effec78- -1 tually. All denlcrs. iit. -. Mr- C. FOR SALE! Ky.. 2 2 My home in acres well fencid, house containing C rooms besides pantry nml hath room, II porches cistern and never failing well ut door, good barn nnd outbuildings. nil other necessary MCI we will sell publicly on 1-- K SALE In order to dissolve the partnership existing between E. P. Woods & Son Splendid gulden. Terms easy. 0. T. Asblock, lliistonville, Ky. 32-4- 1 We are prepared to inMall hot water and hot nir heating, plumbing 81-t- f. eae., ('mm Ilros., Lancaster, Wednesday, Nov. 1 , ' 1 1 first-clasby-bi- d. a, NICE HOME FOR SALE cottage with six rooms, out buildings nnd two acres of land. Apply to .Mary T. Jones, Lebanon. .Marion County Ky. A Let me overhaul vour gaMline engine and nvoid cold weather 1). Hallou. troubles this winter. heave word at the I. J. olfice. Pay your city tnx now mv per cent will be added Nov. 1st. H. D. 80-tCarter. f. At the residence of E. P. Woods, 2 2 miles from Stanford on the Shelby City pike and 10 miles lrom 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 and Russell and believed to be safe in foal. The mules we offer are all s and in good condition. The stock owned by E. P. Woods individually will not be sold. This sale is absolute and without reserve or The stock we Fresh Oysters just received. Fields Hros., ut Jesso Lynn's old stand. Phone No. 168 for fire Insurance on vour tobacco in barn. R. M. New-lan- d Aqent. I am pajing highest prices for fresh eggs, chickens nnd nil kitms of country produce. Fields Pros., Stanford nt Jesse Lvnn's old stand. will offer is as follows: 2 extra good 2 year old mare mules. 1 tIr toiuiitu-tfciu- There will be prruching nt the Crab Orchard Christum church on the fifth Sunday by He. Mr. Rutherford, of Lexington. The Ladies' Aid Society of the Crab Orchard Christian church will givo mi oyster supper on tho evening of tlm Hallowe'en party nt the Saunders home. For Catarrh, coughs, colds, croup or asthma nsk 0. U Penny for a H Ilyoniei outfit he guarantees it. Use (Proasditected and end all .) nounce it mi-er- y. lliiih-o-ine- Chum-bcrlain- FOR SALE! Sixty-on- e acres of fine blue grass land that hns not been plowed for yenr exeept 8 acres. This land will grow fiuo tobacco, hemp and alfalfa; has small dwelling; plenty of mid fine wood, locusts for po-t2 lu well watered. This land is ! miles from Stnnfoul on tho Otlen-lirii- n pike, cloo to school. Will .ell on easy tortus. 75-W. F. Dlslion, Stanford, Ky. T Cleanses the System effectually; Dispels colds and Headaches; due to constipation. Best for men, women and children ; young and old. Toqet its Beneficial effects, always note the name of the Company, (AltfOMIAftSYWPCo. plainly printed on the BETSY'S POINTERS: - ".Molly thinks it is possible- to ttniu u hitsbaiid to perform ninny useful feats, but onu pf tho most difficult is to tench him to buy econI just omically for tho household Shrubs, Asparagus, llhiibarb, Peoniwritu u note, tend my husband to es, Hoses, Phlox, eto. Kverythiug Coffey & Colemau's and back comes for orehnrd, lawn and gnrden. N just what I ordered and just how may interest Out" prices Agents. I wuut jt." you. irw uuaweue. TERMS Liberal and will be made known on day of sale. I. M. DUNN, Auct Dinner served on the ground by J. C. Lynn. Filly colt by Don Varrick Filly colt, draft bred. 1 Horse colt by Don Varrick t 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 i' 1 2 year old gelding by Grant Monical 1 2 year old gelding by Gen. Brightheart 1 3 year old gelding by King Eagle X 1 8 year old diiving horse. 4 ,'.,, 1 4 year old work horse 1 5 year old work horse 20 good shoats 10 good steer calves 25 good long yearling cattle 1 good jennetand colt The celebrated mule jack. Russell, 16 hands high and as good a breeder as can be found anywhere in Kentucky. 1 1 ) - 30 Sugar yearling mules. Will be sold single and in pairs, 6 extra Sugar mule colts as good as grow. 7 good Cotton mule colts. 30 extra good brood mares safe in foal to jack 'J I 1 fju : A - , . '.' ,, FRUIT AND SHADE TREES. E. P. & J. H. Woods tnford. Kentuck: aiv - - - j THE INTERIOR JOUBM AL. STANFORD KENTUCKY FRIDAY. OCTOBER 27. 1911. 6 5 THE FARMERS FINE LAND AT PUBLIC SALE r. ? near Hnstonville, Lincoln count), Kentucky consistinjj of CO acre of c.ood land with five room house in tood repair. I'lnec has uoood sprinf; .1. M. Gre. of the Preachers ille with si olio tprin? house, stream of section, sold a craol.in? flood mare fresh water runs through entire farm mule vcnrlimr to Ap Price hist week Splendid youns orchard and good for $125. f garden. graded In IIuMonville late Sfpiirc school At the stile of the distnet being one and a half hors.Jnniei MeKYciinio" VYun miles from school building and one I" 'M00. ycailimr mile from Morcland railway station es sold at from r,(M. year horse colts irom ti'i to and 80 lods west of lliistouville ling roulcsfirnm ? ' ". ll"-- "" and Danville turnpike. Six .')() a b.'rre!. nt fi. eoni In splendid neighborhood, liming shares nf Slock in the Lincoln coun- six churches within 1 miles. jn.'..Vt. Hank bromslit ty NaliounJ A splendid tobacco and stock bnrn Monti per share. lntid stock in the i.nd all necessary outbuilding. Teleturniuko brought phone in house, and liy far the best n!ln noil flniii-id- c Fo-t- ci hcimr liiral mail service in the $153 a shari'ohu It county, havthe pun bnsojjj.f both stocks Farm- ing seen mails each week day and -- old low. A fair ing implement Sundn). luAt diisame timo and place I will FTrtWil attended lltr in I.an A bur crowd wn- - nrt'-ei- it even-- . car-ol- d also sell one pair caster hist court da and -- lock wn- -j work mules, 10 hands high in 'H "I ,r"'" ' cleaned up JrtitH condition and well trained, one eenlj to 5 bay marc. by'Dori-'esix- - ear-ol- d J. C. Ojbofne lift llii- - week foi (jolddust, dam bv Silver King. One Mrs. his home ntSKnowillo. j curling colt out of same marc by' will leave Saturdav to join Mnboth, Jr., one young horse, one Mrs. Jersey cow, one Jersey cow with him after nvisit to her mother, CharlotteijVVnrreu. young heifer calf, one Jeisev heifer, EdjlVrliinx -- old to .1. T. Pope Hie twelve hogs, averaging about 130 Jack Perkins place in Oarrard mm pounds and 2d iiico shoals, new , cultivator, ios and harness ty, for MOO an acre. There were fiO.acrrs of nice loud. This farm etc., one rubber tire buggy and haris ocn 61 on the Li'Miistoii pike ness, one buckboard, household and kitchen furniture, and 230 shocks of aboie Camp Dick Robinson. Jake Itonla, of Mercer, boiiitht of corn. Terms made known on day of Will Deiinv. of Garrard, n nice mule sale. 1' or further particulars, cull colt this week for f 1U3. 1( on or write, Fox. of the Maikbury see-liJ. W. Isaacs, Morelnnd, Kv. of Oarraid. sold li V. A. Lour cents. .10 200 i oni'd li''s at PUBLIC SALE! Jim Sutton, of Gnnard, sold to Fox . I.illaid. the enttlebujers. lu, . 1.300 poend cattle la- -t week at .V'C j wi, Be at b,. b T I Chestnut of the Maiksl, 11 K;nin at 10 n. ra.t on . sold t" ! I' Wednesday, November I, nice wule colts I.iM week al t iA, )uy pui.0 . mjk,s f)u Cl,b each. jOrehaid on the Crab Orchnid and IStiiufoid pike the following 'describ- A REMEDY THAT V.JLLH'i property HPar IS 1 good mure in foul. Qentlc for SKIN AND SCALP CURE ladies mid children to drive. 1 i,mi ArrtCTi'JNS. by Dock Oray. 1 team oi drat' hor- And We Can Prove It. to ev I ses 7 years old. One stallion ."I dru;: store su The Pcnn verv t) ron be it man. woman or, years old by Dorsey Ooddust. House and 10 ncres of hind on child who has :m mitnttd tcndei inflamed, itching SKIN or SCALP, you Stanfoid pike, 1 mile from Crab 1 need not siitfcr another dnj. "We Orchard. 1 extra good milk cow. good skin preparation that good International hay pre-r- .. have a refined and acts instantly and will bring you as new, 1 rubber the bugg wagon harand ness, 1 steel tire buggv, 1 s.wift jnd sine result- -. One warm bath with ZEMO SOAP harness good as new, a few shoals nnd one nrp'ictioti of ZEMO nnd 1 incubator, 50 (tarred Plymouth you will not sudor another moment ltock chickens, 00 Huff Oipiugtous. jind you v. ill soon sec a cure in -- ight also a lot nf mi vol chickens, d nnd kitchen furniture. ZEMO and ZEMO SOAP are provTerms made known on day of sir en ernes fur cverv form of skin or M. D. Garner, scalp nff'ctoti. Thev are sold by Crab Orchard, Ky., J. P. ('hand one had ug diuagit in cverv city r town in America and in Stnufoid. Icr Auctioneer. bv Pcruv s Divg Sl( re. 1- -2 1- -2 -2 j (),-borwa-fou1 Lay noli! td Hurry Hill a roll Ibis week for $42."U. For iinlc. Mack llerkdurc boars nml iHirr Orp'watoii chickens. C. C. Withers. Kimte 2. Stanford. Ky. l'orrcnt for 1912. my fnrm on ncrcs. IliiMRWf Fork, eonl nitnni; Mr. '.hsAc Stnira, Stanford, Kv.. c hvj a Inner for a funn ot about 100 acres well unprowd ami on pike. If von h.e nnvtli'iii! near this. Ii it with us. Hushes & f Stanford. At Auction On .Moiulay. County ll at 1 Court day. No 1.1, I will M., inifronl of the court house 2 I. brood mareo. ! mure mule eoItn. 1 horse coll. .. 1'. Chandler. botchl n nice mule Y. S coll from V. It. Hurloii lust week for ljoto Jn muli -0 I will sell at public auction 200 acres of my fiiim a mill' from an Thur.sday, November II. The place will be Hold in three tracts and then as a whole and the cule realizing the inot money will ptnml. This is fine laud, and a splendid opportunity to et a bargain. R. E. Goddard. Hnr-rodbn- rn BIG PUBLIC SALE! MULES, JMJtyjta,?HL.vaaia, - PUBLIC SALE! Of Farm, Stock, Crops and Tool. will sell at public miction on Saturday .October 28 1911. IteRinninjr at a. in., my farm I 0 Mc-Cnr- lj, OF BROOD HARES, JENNETS WUWII AND CATTLE msi Thursday, Nov. 9, 1911 ..h HMiK.-iW.-- AT 9:30 A. M. -- :- My son, 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 by-bi- d at my home farm 2 miles North West of Hustonville and 2 miles South West of Moreland in Lincoln county, Ky. 35 Mule Colts, more than half mares 30 three year-ol- d mules. 60 Sugar Yearling Mules, more than half mares. 25 good brood mares, bred to jack and draft horse 8 good jennets. 10 well bred 2 and 3 year old colts. 4 good jacks, 1 to 8 years old. 15 well bred Jersey cows and heifers. 50 plain feeding cattle, 800 to 950 lbs. j. 50 good feeding cattle, weight 750 to 950. 5 good aged mules. 25 plain yearling cattle. sa-tion- N - $25 and under, cash; over that amount, a credit of six months with 6 per cent, interest from date of sale; purchaser giving a bankable note. TERMS All sums of J. K. BAUGHMAN, Hustonville, Ky. FREE DINNER FOR ALL. 'll M s. Iiou-jc-Ii- I. M. DUNN, In Auc. jfciulcil tin ba)tiin' nl thin ilucc ie bonil with iiiirot-i- perMiiml Ilneu stock uiul one tobacco barn, .Mas- - -- ecurih. liuyable to llm t'oinuiih-ioiSunilay nfteinooii. Mrs. .J. Icii.tiiI hoiist of four rooms and all .. o, ,.,., , i ... .... spi'inlui'' a wcck.er. due in nx months. Ii,uriii six ollur ' nciev.m uittbiiiMinp.. her piuenN. Mr. mid Mix V. interest from date of Mile Will iiImi offer about :;u head of ,i. .niiiinoimi.. m .mj rile IJ.iucun j til paid; iiIm huim; the force and stock uwes, 4 inaics in foal to jack tTcct of n nul-mwhk the iili.i-a- nl LMiel of Miw Jlr- ,m.l r.iril,., !.... 1 mule colt. 1 tie .MoiitKiiniciy .Saliiid.i.v ami Sun-- I curcil liy lien on tho proiieity .IM. horse eolt, 1 mule. bny ilny. Dr. Oridcr win cnlUW Tins-- i The puroo-- e of -- aul -- ale is to l.or..c, safj for women to dnc. to Mm W. M. Denliani nhojislx a debt in lavor of plaintiff lor Terms d cash, Imlaticc wiif very sick but is wry luiiili im- - 'ihe miiu of with si per cent in one two mid three ouix, m Mr. V. T. Joiiii. i id .Imuli- - 'inlir- -t lnuu Jul pnittil. 1. WOD, hiibjcil eiial lusliillini'iits, Ucaiin i. p.r Icr Miss i'! ot.i veil i.i Mail m In m r lit nl .flbtl iciid .Jalv Uii'i. rent interest. i"i(i. Mud ro im.li -- . ! H. F. Martin. Hustonville n. 0. I 'loiuiav. x.i. .ii ii Jir. i. m. M day oi ilc mid chihhcu fpent Sunday with Hill; ami the coU nf this action Box 60. Mi-s- . .'uuuefolks. W. .1. Munlciiiiicr. (Hliiuaiid nt H'0. This, Octdbei 21. who bus been on the M'ck list is wr Cpo. 0. Florence, M.f.l..ci'. 1011 PUBLIC SALE! imich iinniovnl al this urilin. Mi- -. I. ('. MeKcc iniitiaiifs cry ill. Min I will sell nt public outcry I PUBLIC SALE1 S.iruh Hubble isilcd her tl.tuliU-- f to tho M. Deiiham. Suiiilii). Mis. Mis, 'highest nnd best bidder on Having mihl my farm I will offer I'carl Trimbli! is isitin' her sistci Saturday. Oct. 28, 1911 for Hale nt I'libln' otitorv ut my luto Mrs. lien lluilsoii of Tiiineisvilli'. At my residence in Crab Orchard place on Stanford and D.inville pike Ky., bc;iruiii nt 10 o'clock hurp, known as the tj.oa ,.!... on NOTICE OF SALE ihe follow my dirioribed piuuiiy. Thursday, November 2, the following personal Ouu house nml lot where I no imiportv J. I. Case Thrcshiin; Machine Co. V Iv'tfcy , Mons, i cowk two to siv ycais, 2 lesidc. -0 hiorirn I'lnintiiT, n. C. A. Moore etc., ihpunjrers, 4 luiuii. nil good ones, I la U looms. oou bam. outbuild. bull, I'ursiiiiiit to n jiiiljiucnl rciidiTc' Jci"i!,v old, 1 Kiibjuct to ri'itiriti'ii 2 iiis, well of wuter. miu better. Tim pair hrav druft mines, house and lot will be wold for ouu Vi iii-III Hie it.OH' sivlci! nt ihe hied to llauis ii Woods jack, one halt cimli, bulance in 12 moutlu, Maj leim, 11M1. of th ntou-a- iil nunc brcil In Ash'utid llrook, 1 pair with note bcnrnia U mt ecm iuter-is- t; court, the unili'ri-i'.'iit'oimuisioi' lieu iflaiiied. ANo v.icnnl lot cr will, on Moiulav. Notcmhor 1:1, i .i cur out minis, nnoiii .', iwti, iinplerncnts, household mid oponxile JlapUM rim eh hue In("oiinlv t'navt Day nt about I fi'iniin lllll, ; ilood ,.,!! hm. o'clock P. M., in front of llm coint Kiicneii iiiriiiMiiv miu iiiiiiiy oiiicr canon rn Imil.ln,,'. 'lot. Iuiiimu door in ihe city of "siaiifonl. thuus too imini'ioiis In liicnt'.oii. At Hie name time I will also sell ly).. offer for sale at public onlcrv ' Ten i m yiMii on day of sale. John H. Jae.'.son. ihe followinir personal property: Una to the hiuliprtt nml hcsl hiildcr the Strmtnril, Kj H, I'. D. X, 2 mart) niife in fol to Dock (Iruy. lolliiwiiii; described pcrsoijul piop-eitThis initio is the dam of the Mih. towit: Mark Hardin nonv. 1 vearliii-- r D.h'j C "Oni! J. 1. Caoc Threshing Machiuo 187 ACRES OF FINE LAND 66 No. 28 hv .'0 Sled Scpualov. Xn. AT PUBLIC SALE! IGrnv pout. Dock (irav is owned lv IJ H. Fosler. near Stuufoid. fl hiiib- 4 4 M78I wilh Htnckcr Irueks, hlf fcd-c- r H bred Jersey hoifcrs, soon to Ijk 7c mid baud cutler Ihrrcwjlh iiihI will offer ut public Mile on. jlicsh. 1 Jeisev cow with calf by 10 lie one 1.1. horse imner nlirplc tiuctiilii Saturday. November 4th. 19 J 1 "onil cook Ntotc. beilstc'ids. 8- -3 1 Welch, I iiMock tdmiD uiv farm of 187 I'lV'llin. No. J'J'.'i'i' one No nf I 30 40c r o. 2.15 1.1 u.lli all nctihil touN, acres located on ho Kiistonvi'le mid : carpi lx. Kctcral chaii--, .uit of belts nml iiDpiittcuniiccs hcliiii'.niijL' McKimii'N tiirnpiKc, one mile fium Walnut ftiruituiu I book case mid hi maid n conuilcte thieshiiijr riv, Mi Kiniiev mid three milts from II ih i ilik combined, Wnlnut. 1 extension , .'" V, m"ror'Mvk-jiiltivntiomid l.r0 foot 8 In 4 nlv canvas belt, ton tide. This land i In n hih tU J?B '' lu "" mo lank, nmnp nnd hose." ''ilnVy rticle ton nf housB of non-- rooms (Vriil- H- The fmil propel iy will lie of Clllllllitioil!, Iimisn pv hovc.. HMIltl ! "Unifr08 tf nHtloil, nf QITVII r... sold (n credit 153 niymonths mid niitl two porelwM nevr fili nH)(f I J. D.vAmkrM. l 1 I u- FOR SALE PRIVATELY Mrs. .. ..- i .u 13 IU r....... ...... . . .....-.- .. ... erell "Whafs up? aujt ..MJ. II.. I icuuri lima cnicui to sen pnvaici.v my pniifit :.......! lomunce there?" "No. Indeed why, nt lliickvvt of one iwi Te have had experience with many thut woman hate me," said Joncsey. Ecifrao, Psoriasis, and othrr skin 1 acres niriajH uC remedies for skin trouble but hato 'She doesn't 6how tt." eald Wltherell hi ihn m'wii room ihvclltii troubles are caused liy aa seen such the skin. I'lilea ceiniH nt work Inpromptly destroyed never from 15. D. remarkable cures in'Mr., hm ihn Irnnwa V. Prescription, know how old of lunil, uril tobacco uiul stuck liiirn those sro theoo Rcrms '" cintirn, lore Iiiiihu nil iiccci.- tliey rapidly multiply. Kim n I us their stant relief from the very first appll-c- s he Is we were both born on the tlon way deep Into the stnrltlve Hkkuo. so confident that D. O. D. tamo day." nald Jonesey. "and xno's Miry out litiiltiin- - ouc oi tin- nci We are Yr.ls in what causes that awful Itch, vhat - eeenw 1 fi mere mxli will reach your case that It will cost afraid I'll tell somebody "Harper's slMiid-- i for "tin-- in (i.iriunl. If not and may nw worse and Juvclnp Into a you nothing if the very first full sire -- o!l liv i)'cn:ii r I. I v ill rem. Weekly. claim. falls loathsomo and torturln; akin disease buttlo you to make rood everyof any have skin trouble A'm t) Jielfs of iri"'l In III I !' If with Its yearn ot mlmry you to drop ud!se loc't tuko any chaiw-e- ' of Destroy the kind we certainly the ..il.;-.-- i IiiIim 'J o 'jiul ' l.i tt. of n. D. In the serins at the btglnnlnu ctcanslnc tiouble V. and Investigateknow merits V. V. D. Grown Cautious. anyway. We that wash, with that soothlnK and Buckeye on pike will ell in - uuclf-o- r Hcxeme. D. D. I. I'reHrrlptlon Chatty Lodger (to landlord) "To the n whole, well wutereil uiul il A 2(0 bottle will prove this to you. will help you. ecm to have seen a good deal What SHUGARS & TANNER. DRUGGISTS. STANFORD. KY. . Landlord "Well, sir. I lVnccil. .Vcnr Giinn. Cliupel. ir you?" tamer, and I'd be there Richard I. Burton, vere a lion S.'i-liiukew. Ky. Hut you ice. tow tr I 'adn'i :iy wire were a knife-l- rower In the ARABIA. lame show, and she sot to practicing Tim revival couiltictetl by Uevw. her turn on roe Well, thinks I, lite uiul Smith olnii'il Suiuhiy ain't too lone to run no risks, to I i1 a with four nillilio:m; ook on a safe lob and become "MAKES UPTS WALK EASY teeplejack." I'unch. Miv. Itobcrt Itiibiiisim ami little mhi of Soincrhct hitvene been visit-i- ii ".1'iieiiiU uiul rglativch ut thi China to Have Alrthlps. China's military councillor and the place. Mr. uiul Mr. Ola t'urter of minister or ar have decided In a Miililleliuiu'. nml Mr. nnd Mr. S. iilcin tNiictl the conference to send officers lu (Cog liiirlon of Mt. Know ledge fnm:l.v of V. T. Lucas Saturday mid land to acquire tvciinlcai It Is easy to convince yourself ot air machines to enable them to S;imlii.. Mr. QuUciiberry U on the construct and to y airships on return nick IIkI. that the "CR0SSETT" Is far the to China Tlii'ic iih nuilc u lurttn enmd i'l- bc:t made at any price. We are f vV- fft i'r & "' " '": iCr showing about thirty styles in all tt ft POSTED Germs Spread in Skin fr "How effusively jruu.-uuc- Hit Power. sweet that w. I .la-U- i coii-1-.tii- u: ,uh 1 ld 1 I sat-iln.- Oni'-thii- 4 IIu'-":ii- "4 H K t- Im-h- s i: 11 - SAM ROBINSON jii:j leathers. Patent, Tan. Gun MetO Cr W. Ilnstv llermun Uiikolz. al. Velvet. Vlci Kill In Lace and ll. C. T. Wtllsin, f. M. Allen, Button In the new hlqh toe. Come I. Ik Muiinin Eqqs In and net a oair while we have Ufithinbach Hr. N. H. I'lummer, Hens Roosters your size. FARM FOR SALE! Ducks a rirni or lurkeys we win iinnieiy iiout tvD ncret lu l.ini.0 n county. Hides ( 'n'lp one-lt- i 'rom t'rab On h Ky, trd nicely located, mostL bottom New feathers jHini, Jery aer eiy productive ill utlw, an nlnimlance or stock water Hint epcclr'iy B'laiilcl to corn and Oood tenunt house or three riiiifi roouu on isrm. Terms rasonablp ft 00 0 0rO6 We Are 2c 2c . 2r , Paying today for v. ,n 1 1 hr n, 1 H. B. Northooit. 'V II T. K. Apply al once to. Tudor. Mgr. PHONE I. .' ,f IWI '