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KENTUCKY, Tl ESDAY OCTOME.lt 31, 1911, KVEUY TUESDAY AND FRIDAY beckham speaks here for Mccreary. Urges Voter s To See That Splendid Democratic Ticket Is Elected Riddles O'Rear. Notwithstanding the fart tlmt it was u cty inconvenient ilny for fanners to conic In town, a splcu-- 1 ill ami representative audience Jicnnl former (Inventor J. ('. V. Ilooklinin speak nt tin? court hnitso hiHt Friilny afternoon on behalf of HeCrrary for Governor and the Democratic ticket. Everyone who hoanl hint wits greatly pleased with his remarks, timl nil declared that he hint ilotii! the ticket a ureal amount of good. . . .,! M 1 (lov. Hcckham arrived on the morning train front louisvillc, having hern speaking in Western Kentucky. He was introduced hy Shclton Snufley, whose guest lie was while in the city. went The from here to l.nnciiscr where ho spoke to a large crowd on Saturday afternoon. In his address here, Gov, Ileckhnm devoted conidernhle ntlciition to a comparison of thu record of the deiiioerntic and icpuhlimin parties in Kentneky, proving that the Democrats had fulfilled every promise made hy them in tint past, that they were now written o nthe statutes of Kentucky, while the Republican? I'ltd not fulfilled a single pledge, front the comity unit hill to the dog law-- . He pointed with pride to the building of the Capitol and tne r tnhlMiing of the Confederate Home during the Democrntie udniinistra-liotogether with the paying off of the fJ.MIO.OOO deht made by the mid asked Hie people of Lincoln county what the republicans had bevit doing during the past four jenrs hut spend nil the money in tu, treasury and run the state in deht .H,inn,iiun. (lov. lleckhani said in part : "The Republican parly has heen pv-- n fair trials in the fiooi tirnent, hoth sit the nation and of the State. For nearly 14 it linn heen in con-ttof the Federal (Inurnment, and litis made plain to all observant people it, policies and methods and its ptnpoes. There ought now to be no doubt in the mind of any citizen, with intelligence enough to deserve the right of suffrage, as to what that party stands for, or as to how far it will go in the icekles ami clfih abuse of power. So great mid nppuretit has this In me that it violent schiMii ban nrincn in that party. "The split in the party - nationwide, dcip rated and one of the most hopeful of better things in present political conditions. The Unvcii of Democratic priuuiplcs has In en slowly hut surely doing the work iml. wlt'lc the party of the people ill these loftr ,e.irs of exile hits i.ot ruptured the offices of the emoluments of power, it hns, uevcrthe-les- t, by its fidelity to principle ruptured the best mid most intelligent element in the parly of its rival, and lias won a great moral victory in the lecognWon of the truth and fctrenstli. of its principles. "The progressive fli'iiieiits of the country, no matter with what pnrites they may have affiliated in the past must, in the coming straggle, enlist tinder the banner of Deinocraey if they expect to seeuie any relief nt nil from the burdensome, and unjust oiidiions iireatcd and prolonged by the party now In power. "May we not expect such a verdict when we see their record is so bad that even the Republican nominee for Governor iisul his Minporters In Kentucky rtifiitft'il lo defend that reconl, and plead that it should not in this campaign? be mentioned Think of it, and marvel, my friends, a republican national administration so wicked and ho unpopular tlmt even h Kentucky Republican dares not to praise or defend it, lest he iiuht lose vnttss tr doing not n, ye-trs nl vrs "The nstiile nnd adroit Hrpithlienii nominee, if elected, is tn he the judge of what part of his pint form is compii-r- il of serious promises ami what purl 'bouquet. Tim MrCulloeh letter and sotno other events of the campaign iudicntu that he consider!! the county unit plank in his platform as nothing more than a 'bote itiet.' His remarkable ttlteranee, at the convintion which uontiniitcd him, about thu senatorial election fchows beyond doubt that what ho and his pliitfonu say about lobbyists his platform sny about lobbyist! U, after all, only smother 'bouquet.' The best features in that platform were taken bodily and almost verbally from Democratic pint form of the past. They arc mi new to Judge O'Rear unit to his party that he imagines he first discovered fiiem, and he has been parading before the people in this rauip.iign ptetending to be the fin-- 1 and only geit'iine apostle o advocate those principles and rrfoi ins, for which, iu fuel, lenders linve been contend-in- ? for nmity years. "He seems to adapt himself to the peculiar conditions of each neetioit, wherein he spooks, and to change his costumes to meet the exigencies of each particular place. In the Kcpiihliriiu stronghold of Eastern Kentucky he is a raging lion of ploying on the ptrjit-dieo- s of his patty followers and inciting them to partisan loyalty to banner. Hut in the Democratic Ibis y of Cent nil or Western he quickly changes bis cos tume into a lamblike raiment of patriotic mid brand uonpartisansliip, and would h.tve the democrats believe that he is not much of a after all. "Whnt ft spectacle! low marvel-oit.- s his nick tratisfoiniationl Who could rrvognire. thundering bis partisanship to bis followers in the neighborhood of the Hig Sandy, nnd it few days thereafter pleading his Democracy to the tillers of the soil near the Mississippi lie and his supporters bitterly complain that Democratic leaders of ollnjr Slates liave been hiought into Kentneky in this campaign to discuss national issues. Why not? Has it nut been done iu ever, state n in recent jenis hy hi own party its well as the Democrntie party T as not his party brought into the State Roosevelt, Fiiitbauks, Cuban t officers, Senatoir. and other H.'puhlinus of netional prominence to help it iu every State campaign except this one? And why not now? "Simply because the Judge, smut! ami iulir.it us he is, knows that if ho hioujtht here any of the stnmlpnt lenders, like Tnl't, Cannon, Ahlrinli of Paynu, it would butt his ticket, and the ptogressive Republican lead-- i iv, like LuFollette of Cumiiiins, who might help it, would not think of coming hero to speak for a ticket that endorsed the Administration of Tuft and the course of Seu.itoi 1 trail "The people of Kentucky haven't REVENUE AGENT much fitilli in Judge O'Rcar's dei.uu-liatioGRABS of the lobby utter reading his speech lit Lexington hfeore his Republican State nomination, nnd his spech nt Louis-vill- i) Keeps Its Sleuths' just utter his nomination. Money To Pay "Judge O'Rear would not permit his platform committee lo mention the name of (lov. Willsou, but 's mi indorsement of Gov. udminMnitinu. The curious citizen may examine, the Republican plulforir, of four years ago, upon whidi Gov. Willsou nnd his ticket were elected, with its numerous mid brilliant promises, nnd he will search in vain to find one line of its promises fulfilled after nearly four jmrs of power for that administraWill-son- LANCASTER LOCAL MEN. i, tion. 'Its onuse is mi ilisiTeditcd that not only has it no champion, hut it if even without no apologist ; none so poor as to do it reverancc, and no one so fatuous id, to try lo make e.M'ues for it, It mine into pouei .y deceiving the people with false Ken-.tttok- unlit-paig- ley. ' "In endorsing Senator Hradley lib, platform iu effect indoise-- s Senator Aldrich nnd his policies, for la every instance, in- - the consideration of the I'avne-Aldrie- h taritf law, where thu interests of the people were urged against the interests of the favored i lasses, Senator Hnnllcy voted with Aldrich and aguiiist the people, even upon quest inns wheio the private fortunes of Aldrich nnd of his family warn increased bj such it vole, and upon practically every other miestion iu the National Congress (ho Republican Representatives and Semite- - from Kentucky have voted iigniiisl tho intends of the people. "He kii,k that ho is violently opposed to tho lobby or third house nt Frankfort, nut nt Washington, mark you mid woijhl have the people ho- lieve that ho is the only man to fight Every honest Demothat lobby. crat in Kentucky is opposed to the lobby, whether Frankfort or ihnnrecs against the Democratic ration; it chatged graft iu the Construction ol the now Capitol it charged misiiiuuiigeinent iu the public institutions, and it charged graft and mixconduct in practically every branch of the Stale ndmini-tnitinluit time mid searching investigations have proven every one of its ihnrges false; and us it Miuul today before the people of Kentucky Convicted of having deceived them nnd of having secured the possession of the Stnte Government under false pretenses. "And yet Judge O'Rcar's platform indorses grudgingly, it may ho I'm jMihtic il reasons, that adHe considers its ministration. so odious Hint in the many (jiceches he has made iu this u ho has not once ntteiupted to iircnd it. "The platform of the democratic party in this campaign is plain and oMilicit. Its pinmiscs will be ' faithfully fulfilled if its ticket is elected. That ticket is an excellent one. It deservn success. Gov. our candidate for Governor, is u clean, honorable, capable inmi. He has been tried mid found faith-fi- .l to every trust. lie will redeem every promise he has made to the people. His. past life and his public services urn n'guatantce that he will Mirve his people again with fidelity i.i.d with credit lo himself mid to his party. Judge O'Ruir seems (o worry himself with the idea that Gov. McCreary did not support the Democratic, nominee for Senator in the Senatorial election of 11108. "I suppoited Gov. McCreary for the nomination, and I shall coulial-!- y support him for election, because I believed bis nomination was the host for the party, and that his election on the 7th of November would assure to the people of Kentucky it i lean, capable mid successful for the next four years. "For the sake of the honor and welfare of our proud old commonwealth, and for the sake of the nvvak ened hopes nnd blight prospects of Doniocrne.v, c try where let Kentneky Democrats do their duly iu Ibis elece tion nnd by mi overwhelming, majority fire tho opening gun that will usher in again the golden days of Democratic nscendancy nnd triumph all over the laud.'' In concluding. Gov. Iteckhain paid a splendid tribute to Hon. W. 11. Shanks, who has so ably represented Lincoln county iu the legislature for the past two terms nnd urged the ih'tnocrats of Lincoln to see that he ir. returned again. st n. rd enm-paigy, old-tim. Hon. II. Shanks nrd T. J. Hill. will address the voter ot Way. iuiJhiiv Saturday afternoon, Nov. I Itli on belmlf of the Democratic tick it. All are invited to hear them. Jr.. Gaines' Insurance, makes the future grow Inciter. l'ln in him at .ancnter. 86-- Elder Clmrlcs Powell of Danvillo filled the pulpit nt Pleasant. Grove Christian church Sunday morning ) Moyle Doty nnd Miss Mnttie Arnold surprised tluir many friends Stnto Auditor's Agent 0. W. by going to Jcffersonvillc and being of Frankfort, came over last united iu marriage. Thu bride, is week nnd caught a number of local the young daughter of Mr. If. ('lay men for hack tuxes on notes, nnd Arnold while thu groom is tho sou other items. He incidentally took of Captain John Doty mid a prosout of (own the ncntjiltlc sum of perous young farmer of Manse. irllOl.l) for himself ns n result of Mrs. A. F. Saunders was in Mndi-mi- ii his day's work. This was 'JO per the past week to hec her mother cent, on the total amount collected, Mrs. Josephine Taylor who celebratwhich footed up lo $l,fi(l.i. Among ed her birthday by a sumptuous dinthose who were caught by him wero ner. T. W. Ilutcheson, W. 1. Newell, Airs. W. II, liortnn bought a pair of N. A. Garner, Kiumctl .MeCormnck. mules of J. A. Doty for W. O. Siccd. J. D. Coram. J. A. AlMS.!, lie nlso bought of his brath-c- r len, Mr. M. C. Mnthcny, J. II. R. L. Hurtoit 17 cotton mules at I'nughtTiin, Agnes Ilerrin, George mi average of $18." per head. Holmes, J. T. Ilaekley, George II. Mrs. W. A. Arnold was iu RichI'arris, Eor S. II. H.iughmau, 1. mond tho pnt Wednesday for the L McRoberls, Exor., A. M. Frye, double wedding of Rev. 0. R. Combs Annie D. Ynwc.ll, Mrs. Jlattie George W. Carter. J. F. rod Miss Snllie Ruiker. Mr. John Green and Mis- - Margaret Cook. The (lover nnd S. T. Hairis. v idding occurrul tit the Mithodist In addition to the fee of 'JO pur tent, allowed the revenue agent by church. Teachers" Asmh iatiou met at the law for collecting, n fie of lo A number Iliattsville on Satutday. per cent, goes to the Countv Attor-neof speeches were made from visi-tonnd the sheriff gets his reguin different parts of the state lar four per cent collecliiul fee, Most appetising dinner was served while the County Clerk gets the ,yj Information was received by ('apt. iccording fee. Isaac Myers stating that his sister, There has been much complaint within the past few years of the Mrs. Mollie Myers Livingston wits spying about of the republican re- dead at her home in Galveston, Tex., The remains were venue agents, who have exhausted nge 70 years. brought to this her former home nnd nearly every effort possible to dig birthplace for interment. The deup enough money to pay the of the state government, fast ceased will be remembered by h?r being carried into deeper debt by associates as an unusually handsome nnd vivacious girl and remarkable the pre-crepublican udiaiuistra-tioNot only has Governor Willson's for her brilliant repartee. Mr.MeClellan Terrill nge 77 years State Hoard of Equalizntion increased the taxes on the tarms over the died of general decline at Idaho but the revenue Falls, Idaho on Saturday ntul trie ro stale detectives have been nosing about natins will reach this place Wedneseverywhere searching for more day and interment will follow in the cemetery. Four sons; money to pay the heavy expenses Lancaster Wiide, John 0. P. and Oliver, of saddled upon the people. Cincinnati sutvive the deceased. Mr. Terrill lived iu Garrard the DEMOCRATIC SPEAKERS greater part of his lang life and was ro Liven Up Things In Old Lincoln a successful farmer. V. A. Lear, the energetic swine County This Week. exporter has shipped 4 car-loaof Circuit Clerk J. Walker Cross-fielhogs to the Queen City market withof Anderson county, one of in the hist weeek, on Monday, Wedthe best known democrats in the nesday, Thiiisday and Saturday, Eighth Congrcssiounl district, hits the following being some of his puraccepted an invitation to deliver chases: From W. T. Noel 'J.1 suvcral speeches for the democratic hogs at 6 cents mid .!.") party in Lincoln county tin-- , week. porkers at 4 'J cents; from He nnd K. S. Alcorn hilled to speak hogs at 0. T. Layton JO at Morclaiitl on Thursday ii'ght, j.'i,"i per hundred, from Lemuel November 'J, while he will speak hogs for ." 4 Tenter, HI with T. J. Hill, Jr., at Tuinersville d niid 'J." cents porkers at on Friday night. October !lnl. ") cents; from Price Hourne HI Hon. W. II. Shanks. Democratic swine nt ."Km."! and J."i nominee for the Legislature, mid T. hogs at 5 cents; from Jason J. Dill will speak at Waynesburg at Pollard ( 2.0. pound hogs at f"i.ri half past one o'clock next Sntunlav per hundred, nnd 21 pork afternoon nnd at King's Mountain ei-at f i cuts; V A. Lear aUo shipat half past seven that night. ped t)t hogs of his own lion. J. S. Owsley mid Keudriek raising. Law son mid Hrown ship-lie- d Alcorn will speak at Yotkuni's a car of hogs Saturday, having si hoolhotise on Friday night, nnd bought 4.) hogs from A. Sam Owens, who is working hard in R. McKinney for $.".!)0 per hundred; that section of the county says a JO d pothers from W. H. laV crowd will be out to hear them. 'J to Lackey ut from 5 cents) (i lot) pound hogs from Mrs. Nannie DREAD TYPHOID. Jennings at .f.'i.'J.") per hundred. Law-so- u and Hrown bought 10 from (i()0 Takes Bright Little Daughter of d to cattle from William Mr. and Mrs. Ward Moore. Tucker at II 4 cents. J. C. Cricillis und sou have just Effio Emily, the beautiful little daughter of Mr. nnd Mrs. Ward l e turned from Helm wood, Tenn., of 'Moore, of Crab Orchard, died at where they bought 3 car-loatheir home there last week utter a cattle ranging from 400 .pounds to short illness of typhoid fever. The 111)0 pounds nnd costing I), ' It cents; they also bought a little girl was only eigh years of to 4 age but was said to be one of the car load of Williamsburg at from cents. sweetest and most winsome, children to !1 iu the east end nnd her death has Former Governor Heckhain spoke occasioned much sorrow among her hero Saturday afternoon to a crowd tt'iiny friends. Mrs. Moore is herself I'd house, being introduced by James also vury ill of the dread disease 1. Hamilton. The able young statesami her friends and lured ones are man lucidly expounded both state very uneasv over her condition. The and national issues, frequently elifamily have thu sympathy of n wide citing prolonged applause. Quite ft circle of friends iu their bereave-mea- t. delegation of women showed their The little one was buried in approval of democratic principles tho Crab Orchurd cemetery after by being in attendance. service by Mr. J. C McClary. Garrard fanners faavo taken ad-..- -Administration Busy After Expenses i n, y, is es nt n. d, :100-puui- id l'J.'i-poui- nl 'JOO-pou'JOO-pou,'t-'J.'iO-poiil.'itl-pntiloO-pom'JOO-pou'JOO-pou1- -4 ." 800-poun3--2 -2 '. -2 vnntngc of the past week of good weather and sowed their wheat; Mime postponed it 'till the latter part of thu week and found the Roil iu good condition, one granger remark ing that his wheat Bowing was more satisfactory to him than it lias been for several years Garrard tobacco growers have all safely housed their tobacco crops, and find the quality of thu weed mora than ordinarily good. Stripping has not as yet begun, some of (ho formers oslponiiig it until about the first of December, because of com gathering. Mr. Woods Walker very likely bus the largest crop of the county about 7fi acres, and it is of the very best quality. Miss Marguerite Kiunaird is in Lebanon visiting Miss Mary Phillips Mrs. T. A. Walker and son, Thomas are iu Nicholnsville visiting Mrs. Win. Steele. Mrs. Cleveland Rose, of Richmond bus been, visiting her mother Mrs. Hello Perkins, Mrs. I.nry I). Jones and children, of have been recent guests of Mr. nnd Mrs. J. G. Huriiside. Misses A.inu Lee and Margaret Woolfolk of Lexington are the guests of Mrs. J. H. Hourne and daughter. Mrs. Joseph Faulconcr and .liltlj sons of Middlcshoro ore visitors at the Simpson House. .Mrs. J. H. Pax-toof Stanford has been visiting her parents, Mr. nnd Mrs. A. C. Robinson. Miss Nell Jones u trained nurse of Flemingsburg is visiting Miss Florence Darnell. Miss Frankye Kuuffmnn has returned from several weeks' visit to her aunt, Mrs. Minnie Robinson of Hustonvillc. Mrs. M. M. Miller of Lexington is with her sister Miss Amanda Anderson. Rev C. C. Hrown attended a meeting o.f Presbytery at llarrodsburg the past Moii-ticello n, CLIND Mysterious Man Who Says He's From Lexington, Shot By Posse at King's Mountain. In grave danger of dying from a. shot wound in his right arm, J. W. (.'lark, a white man who says he l.s from Lexington, lies in the County jail here to servj out n fine of 249 nnd costs nssessed against him by Squire J. A. Singleton, of Waynesburg, on n charge of selling whiskey unlawfully nt King's .Mountain. Clark was captured by Deputy Sheriff Theodore Reynolds nnd a osso of men last week after an exciting chase, when evidence had been secured tlmt ho was selling whisky nt King's Mountain, lie endeavored to make his escnpe when the posse got after him, nnd one of them fired a shotgun at him, the load striking him in the right arm. V At first it v.is not thought that the wound was very crious, and Squire Singleton held his trial in his magistrate's court there, but when the prisoner had been brought to jail here, the wound began to developfserious com plications. Gangreno set in nnd the flesh on his right arm began to drop away from the bone. Jailer Dink Farmer gave the injured man every attention possible, and Dr. hns given hint faithful treatment, hut has been decided that the only way to save the man's life U to nmputate the arm nnd the member will be cut off on Wednesday morning in an effort to :nvu his iife. Clark maintains an air of mystery nnd will tell nothing of 'his history except that he is from near Lexington. Ho is n man apparently week. about 45 years of age. Juiler Farmer believes that the name Clark he GENERAL NEWS NOTES gnve was an assumed name, nnd says there is evidently something he is It was announced by the College holding back. of Bishops of the Methodist church .f.'10."),000 of u proposed million dolELECTION OFFICERS NAMED lar endowment fund for the Southern Methodist University to bu erected The places of several election ofat Dallas had been secured. ficers, previously named hy the One of the Imperial Cnbinet ofCounty Hoard of Election Commisficers iu Pekin sought refuge iu the sioners, and who had declined were quarters of the American legation, ineligible to serve, were filled nt a his life having been threatened by meeting of iho Hoard on Saturday lebel nssassiiis. Tho revolt iu China i.ight. Joe Lynn Coffey was apbus nssiimed a more serious turn. pointed as a judge in Stanford No. Chairman Vuiisnut, in behalf of 2. to take thu place of Eph Penthe Democratic Campaign Committee nington, who is a candidate for couu has invited Chairman Langley, for ty surveyor; Mujor Reynolds was the Republicans, to inspect the re- named ns n judgo at the courthouse cord of contributions received by in place of 11. C. Arnold, who is n thu Democrats and alsb make it pub-licandidate for Councilman, and Joe 1 on e. H to u telegram from a number of itufepeiuK nit tobacco men of Louisville, uttered a scathing rebuke nnd cnllrd upon them to present their facts Gov. Willsou in repbj Kooutz was appointed sheriff at Waynesburg in place of J. K. Williams who could not serve. HUBBLE. concerning an alleged illegal bination. Toli.iii- -i com- in H.e "Illnck in- Patch" ate holding out for an a. crease of from $2 to .fit u hundred pounds over last season's prices. Seven states will vote for Governor or other state offices next week. Much interest centers in Massachusetts, where Eugene N. Foss is a on the landidate for ticket. Mrs. Everett Jones, u married woman who had been living apait from ler husband, committed' suicide ut Uopkinsville because of the death of I'.ei sweetheart, Shelby Hill. The President was given a swift automobile lido iu Chicago, f." miles bring covered in one hour und 1 minutes. Police kept thu way clear. Joseph Pulitrer, owner of the World nnd the St. Louis died of heart failure on board his yacht in Charleston Harbor. Mrs. Pulitzer arrived shortly before the end. The Chinese revolution is nnid to bo having a serious effect ou the cotton mill industry in the Southern Stutrs. Scored of Cliiacr order lav bctu canceled. New-Yor- k Post-Dispatc- Mrs. C. D. Stignll and son Hurry of Somerset were hero last week visiting relatives. Miss Mabel Rankin entertained tho young folks of the Sunday school Sunday at Mr. F. F. Fitzpat- rick's. The ladies of the Methodist church will have a piu supper at tho school house Saturday night Nov. 4, everybody invited. J. M. Rankin bought 2 ye;. i ling n.ttles for $210. Til ford Alexander shipped his brother Wilson a load of mules this veek. This is the second load Mr. Alexander has shipped thi it itnn, Uncle John Spoomimoru is build ing a house ou his farm at the old mill on Hanging Fork. Thoro will he a pie supper at Hubble School House on Saturday night November 4, for the benefit of tho Methodist church. Everybody come und bring n pie. stomach tablets are guar anteed to conquer any lehellious eoiiditiou, end indigestion and put the fdoinach in splendid condition, or money back. Speak to 0. L. Fanny about them CO cent. Mi-o-- T .., ,. m 5 T -- xwm . 'ppto '""HajCTa gff.'M . " rt'.".LT T -'- - (MW"W "Ll' MttM imyg sHWi WNMHHn - . . 3 - fs)Hl .jfcr- Mai !;.. t j yf .4kk 1 -- ....i ... . V 'Ift THE INTERIOR JOURNAL. STANFORD. KENTUCKY. I 4 i i' The Interior Journal. Etabllihed 1872 of McCrcary and of all other party loaders are right in lino behind tlw rplcmlid ticket. One week from today the battle of ballots will bo dec idetl, and we nro Miprrniely confident that McCrcary ami his splendid ticket will be returned to winners. Just to see uhnt a good gucssor wi are wC are going to estimate majorities in tho eleven tongrc-'siona- l district of the stnte, nml will sen how the vote "tallies with these. Wo estimnlt' the majorities in thn district will be t. limit as follows I'irM : FAMOUS DOCTOR'S PRESCRIPTION. THE EEST ADVERTISEMENT -:- f V' HELTON M. SAUFLEY,... Publisher 1 A YtAR STRICTLY IN ADVANCE titan- - - WE COULD WRITE -:- - Katercd at tho rostoMco nt ford as second class mall. i f For For For For Democratic Ticket. Governor Jnmca U. McCrcary. l.tout governor E. J. McDertnctt Treasurer Tbos. 8. Hhca. Becrotary of State 0. F. Crocc- itus. For Attorney General James OarnctL Vnr Ali.litiir II. M. Hua.nnrtli Btato Superintendent of Schools Bnrksdalo Hamlett. Fc Commissioner Agriculture J. W. Nowman. GreenaJ fThe 4-Tr-T-- Would not do justice to the efficiency or reliability of our Handy Heater j I ffl Lteciii ,JI . Shoe Department We Mnke no claims to salesmanship hut wc do claim of experience in buying enables us ... asM BasaV Perfection district Dent. 10,000 .'1.000 'J.OOO Hep sWfM that our years WVl POR RH0fST0MA to offer to you belter values than by all For Clerk Court t of Appeals 11. L. I For Hallroad Ooraralssloner Klalr. For Circuit Judgo Charles din. W. F. A. liar- - You often need some heat in early Fall, when you have not yet started the furnace. Second dintrint Third district Fourth district .... HPTSPEP5I m Ken-tuckia- many stores. The lines wc ami sellers. carry arc conceded "the none better" "5.1100 J. Fc lieprescntnthe II. Shanks. la 1 ,i If 't ' ll In answer to n ilinvt question from Kditor DeMta IlfoekinrMgo, of tlio Lexington Herald, Sinclair, the republican noaincn for lieutenant governor, practically ailmittetl at Georgetown last week, that Judge O'JIenr had promised to be absent from his office enough, if elected governor, to enublo lim to make up the difference in snlaiy between that of the lieutenant governor nml of state for which Sinclair was nt first a candidate. O'Hear probably wishes to equal the record of Wilson, who has been r.bbcnt from the state almost u full year during his four year's term of office, and yet lias drawn full salary all of the time and while tho lieutenant governor "was getting tho snme salary for acting as governor. There could bo little reason to hope for any improvement anyway with O'Rcar holding oi to his Court of Appeals scat for three or four mouths while prosecuting his canvass for governor, "and drawing his $15 a day from tho people just tho same. Sec-rctary In whatever part of the house you want it, you can get it best and quickest with a Perfection Smokeless Oil Heater. The Perfection is the most reliable heater on the market, and ycu can move it wherever you please. Start it in bedroom or bathroom, and jrou dreu in comfort on trie coldest taorning. Talis it to the dining-rooand early breakfast become a pleasant, cosejr rneaL A touch of a match at dusk, and all is snug for the erening. The Perfection Smokeless Oil Heater is beaimlulljr finished an ornament Drums of plain steel or enamelled in blue l nickel trimmings. anywhere. Burner body cannot A special automatic device maket smoking impossible. Dealers become wedged. B All parts easily cleaned. Damper top. Cool handle. I or write for dncriptire circular to aar aaacr el tha L Standard Oil Company (Incorparataal) If we are not mistaken, our old friend T. J. Culton, one of tho beat known republicans of tho Kasl I'ntl would have liked mighty well to have had a chance to run for rcpiescnta- tive. Itiit the star chamber neticn of the republican county committee didn't give him a chance. He and tho others of the "Lily White" republicans are going to havo little coming there way when the present republican county committee has its ple that he is sincere in his adoption of the County Unit bill ,Miice being declared the Republican nominee for His record (is a the legislature. whisky man before that is too well known for his budden chunge of front to be accepted very seriously. Beckham's splendid Coventor speech did much good for the party He particularly here last Friday. urged every friend of his to go to vay. the polls on election dny and under the rooster. The old pnrty Hubbard is hating a hard is reunited this year as never beElder time convincing the tcnipcrniuic peo fore, and friends of Beckham friends to lite trusts ;ict btiU by his fellow-lie- u 7,000 Sixth district nud that it v. .is not only n duty 7,000 Seventh district but should be n pleasure to all :!,000 Eighth district to ngMiti elevate him to the 1,")00 Ninth district highest office within the gift of the 1,000 Tenth T),000 pcojle. Ho said men of I lit clmrtie-to- r Eleventh district . nml ability of Senator McCrcary .4:!,.)00 tltl.000 wore needed in Kentucky more at Total majorities the presont than at miy time within Dein. majority . ..17,500 l'is memory, and in presenting him he said: A vole for Will Shanks menus a "Fellow Christians mid follow vote to send Ollic James to the UnitI wish to pror-ett- t to you not ed States Senate. In no other way only nn of your Comcan you benefit him, because the but the next Governor. in Xovem- - J monwealth legislature to be cho-c- n Senator McCrcary. her will cither, elect htm or send Br. Bowling wbk preceded by the Lnngley or Caleb Powers an his i.'ov. Charles K. Marshnll, formerly stead. Every great principle that the Democratic party stands for will of Hichmond, but now pastor of the be on trial in the Senate for tho next Christian church in Fulton, and he, few years, and a man of Ollic James' too, paid n tribute to Senator type, and one whom nil great intellect and high courngc is reeded there to fight the battle of Kentuokinns should be proud. di-lroiti-icns, Hftli .... .1,000 j'ioc buyers Zeigler Brothers LDAIES FINE DRESS SHOES. LADIES AND CHILDRENS SUBSTANTIAL LOW PRICE SHOE For Men ,Wnmcn, and Children who Wan a Comfortable Well Made High Grade Shoe. Tor the "Every Day" shoe to slaml the hardest knocks of men, buys and children. Goodman & (Vs. Educator Shoes Star Brand Shoes Severance TO- & Son Stanford, Ky. WINTER TOURIST TICKETS the people. TO EAST END TAX PAYERS Ollic James says that the moving I have placed the tax books for the East Ktul of the county with FLORIDA AND ALL SOUTHERN RESORTS ON SAL.C DA1UY VIA P- - BIG SALE STILL ON AT C. Bailey nt the Crab Orchard Banking Company with list of the dirt road 'claim. Call on lien and V". L. ifd'arty, pay your taxes-8VJ. When u minister of the gospel of Sheriff. Jesus Christ gets down from the pulpit and into mire of politics to HOW ONE scramble for a measley littlo office doesn't it look like there is someWOMAN WON thing wrong uitli him somehow? . pictures which the O'Hear people arc using to get votes in the mountains, won't change hn'f as fast ns O'Hear changes his position on public questions before the people. J. ALL EQUIPMENT ELECTRICALLY LIGHTED DINING CARS SERVING ALL MEALS A LA CARTE GOOD RETURNING UNTIL MAY 31, 1912. FOR FULL PARTICULARS. CALL OH AHY TICKET ACENT, QUEEN & CRESCENT ROUTE, on IL C KI.N0. Passrattr aoJ Tlckd Axtnt, mm 101 C. Main SL, tXXLNQTO.N, KV. Great crowt'r. are greeting Bryan western who is swinging through Kentucky this week speaking for McCrcary. Her Health Strength Back Again by The Use of Cardui. and t F. M. WARE'S cr a cr& & && woall manly troubles. My husband broucht and, Cardui as a to Mccreary. me somo day, It seemedtonic,help. from to the first I had almost lost my reason, but, At Fulton last week, Iter. W. T. thanks to Cardui. I did not. Soon, I Bowling, formerly pastor of the felt and looked liko a now woman. I I Methodist church there, introduced think tho remedy Is wonderful.I havo rocomrnend It to my friends, for Scnntor McCrcary and paid him n received great benefit from It." Cardui acts specifically on tho weakgreat tribute. In his introductory ened womanly organs, strengthening the muscles and nerves, and building speech Dr. Bowling said: up to "Kentui'kinns, irrespective of re- themhelps tohealth. tho worn-ou- t nerrefresh It ligion or politic, should feel proud vous system and relieves the effects oC overwork, both mental and physical. Unit they hud a man of the high Kitty years' successful uso fully purely character of Senator McCrcary, who prove the merit of this women. vegetable, tonic remedy for has been in politics for more than In every community, there llvo soma who have been benefited by Cardui. :10 years without a blot on his charTho benenclal effects of this acter, cither private or political, and woman'B remedy, soon show ways. that they should feel it an honor to themselves la many different Try It vote for such a mau. Ho said that ChattaN. B.WriUU: Ullea'WvltoryDevt.. hpeoM daring his entire enrcer ho had nev- nooga Mllcl Co.. Chattanooga. Tnn.. TraaUaaaa) Horn hook. Initructumi. an er met a man who proved so faithful hr Woman." sant In plala maspar m nauaaU clfaf, Mrs. K. Tampa, Fla. deserved tribute a Coram writes: "I was weakened and worn out with In a letter from this A TRAINING SCHOOL FOR TEACHERS. Courses leading to l'.lementnry Stnto Certificate, Intenncd- (this dinte Stntc Certificate. Advanced Stnto eertititnto rcrtiflente becomes n lift) diploinu). All these certificates are valid in nil public schools in Kentucky. Spccinl cours- lMnriTinl e8 Kc"cw C0Ur8es: tuition free to aitointkes. splendid dormitories, new Model School, new Manual Trnininj; building. Practice school, Department of Agriculture; a well equipped Gymnasium. Student can enter to advantage at r,ny lime. Address. J. G. CRABBE. President, Richmond, Ky. Ststfi Burns wh!t. elsr ami la.it, drop. For the aake of ever) on In tlio raunUjr, tntUt ca hvlnaT a lead? to lh time-teste- Sollte Lamp Oil Boottets Odor leaa Costa no mora man tn itrior tank - tracon kind. sBaaBHatsaKjBBVsaBl BtVM axes; mvm niocijr. Jfour flasier la tret from our wora CO- LMHSYtUE. KY. Bmokeleatt - - CHAS. C. STOLL OIL halt trrl - ft 1" AND Come to Louisville at Our Expense have sales South Fresh Bargains Have Been Put on for This Week Those Who Want the Good Things Can Get Them Now, at Prices Never Before Dreamed Of. t 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 vou in cash 5 per cent ot total purchases up to the amount of your round 1rip railroad fare. Shoe Week For Our Mail Order Customers. FEATURING "HER MAJESTY" THE BEST $3 SHOE ON EARTH. FINISH TO BE FOUND IN A MUCH HIGHER PRICED SHOE. CAREFULLATTENTIONALL EMBRACES your THE STLLE ' UJMhUHT' MATERIAL R AND STYLES' ALL SIZES0NF' PRICEl WR,TE Y0UR DE" WILL RECEIVE PROMPT "Her Qradcs Majesty" shoes are the best for the reason that the leathers, "HER materials and workmanship are .all of the best and selected MAJESTY" Sold Exclusively by Stewarts. Autumn And Winter Styles. ynu ari! . rwf. ...ww. ., .. ........ , .... ,., ,... mrv ,, unnnt, rrw6 .w. t ", pat- - r & j - ybf'' THE INTERIOR JOURNAL, STANFORD. KENTUCKY. -1- - Wf PUBLIC SALE! (", HOG CHOLERA. in tmprovf ntwl for only cuml nml th kept from havUm the iIIm-um- i y.J'j0""""d.,1!JVi rniiiK In tlm full Rnil uprlnil nmlntrry HIIOI.KHA v ralnp Ih'lr hoiI, HOIIUION IIIKlWnrma, KYiT, Mcntirs it.. .iiiilnri"Tfill'linlTii,(,oiKli. IS rr-- r GREAT CAMPAIGN OFFER. com-tlitr- OJ&OOO.tOSiiJ&0O.$OOOOOOOO & & ARE YOU I r 1 iUBBIED Tb'one Clothing dealer? It you are we can not help you If you are free, tie up with us this sea son and you will become wedded to qur suits. There is only one way in which we ?can make you realize the worth and value of I , Having cold my farm I will offer for wile nt I'ulilif oiitery at my Into J Stanford nnd f)inivillo ptfcc ,,!,, BiiilThnii1llmiilliilhinpailiiliUiHrttJonnJp'1" kiifin-:..--. on n the Hwoi - u liikr mi nalrn flr.li Irom thn anm li.,uril. Thursday, Nnvcmhcr 2, oiiik Knliiv Mi wrr yiiiif lin. Al V.f VV".".?fin,VIl'n.i I'JJ'"1 Mold Ti.i P, iiimrt 111. m.n ri.pii.tnf the following perxonnl ptuperty hi, nanumt ly llonrlH.ii Itmiiixfy (Jo., ltlMtliit B Jersey rows two to nix years 'J Q New Stanford Druq Co., Stanford. Kentucky. KpringerH, 1 heifer nil good ones, 1 O 'A Jersey hull, subject to regintei, ,. years old. 1 (mir heavy draft mnieK, t bred In MnrriH A: Woods inek, one -& mnre bred to Aliland llliMtk, J mif .1 venr old mule, iilionl 2A bos, fnrming iuip1emeut, household nnd kitehen furniture nnd innny other nnl. thinen too nutueroua to mention. mr 11 I'. HAM.oir.) Ternm uiven on day of wile. Utile data Is nvnllnbla wtilch would & Twent' thousand people rend cadi render posslblo nnyuhcro nenr a cor-reJohn H. Jackson, ioauc of tile Interior Journnl. Inrstlmnto of tho lots of nml StHi.ford, K.. If. K. I). Xo. -- . jury to trees, jonng nnd old, ttirotiKh NE.TS o FLY ttio work of mice, rnbblts nnd 187 ACRES OF FINE LAND Whllo tho Iobh la confined SUN SHADES AT PUBLIC SALE! principally to nowly-sc- t orchnrda, In older orchnrda nnd tho I will offer nt public sale on, younger plantatlona generally, this Saturday. November 4th, 1911 loss, In tho segregate;, la ronaldcrabln. o'eloel; sharp my farm of 187 It certainly would not bo far boyond nl tho bounds of conservatism to flRuro lures loeated on the Iliixtonville and j tho lots nnd Injury nt ono dollnr per MeKinnev turnpike, one mile from ncro per jenr Including nil nges and MeKinnev nnd three miles from conditions of npplo, pear nnd plum This land is in a bit;b state ' orchard tt. T eultivntioti, house of sown rooms, The rato of loss would bo less han of cultivation; Inline of hcvcii rooms nnd two porches never failing spring ainl t.vo fine ponds on the place three stock nnd ono tobacco barn, FOR SUMMER DRIVING tenant house of four rooms and nil the comfort of both corses and driv- (Iher nefcssmy outbuildings. Will nlso offer nbont .'10 bend of ers yhould be specially considered by fon! to jack eecuring a. proper outfit of lap robes, htoek ewes, 4 ilinros in mule, 1 mule eolt, 1 iiereBKarl-eblanket, fly nets' nml other hor-- e buggy eolt, I from our complete assortment of hore, wafe for women to drUe. More aro light, but horso kooJs. d cnnh, bnlnnce Terms Urong nnd durable, single and double in one two ami three years, in harness, admirably suited to road pur equal installments, hearing tix per poses, along with a hill lino of workj,,,,,, intt,riwl. 9 barness of the boHt quality at Mat H. F. Martin, Hustonvillc R. D. I lb nmnlli fnrraph ho. ennt tiii.wl lioKmti tlm in" lieril nrn Ml pkiiU l""f hewl. pPlj;1"'" for m - 2 d have been Arrangements whereby wo are enabled to until offer tliu daily Courier-JournJleren.licr .10, 1011 and TUB IN TLIUOlt joniNAij one nut yonr lor only .YI.H0. Tho regular pnoo oi Hie Conner Journnl is fit) oeiiU m nionlli. Tins is ft rciunrknblo offer, nml the sooner yon r.ond in your order the longer you will got llio Corn GIRDLING OF ORCHARD TREES ier Journal. Tito politienl piiinpnign J. J - la on, keep punted by rending tlm Lett and Injury Done by Mice, RabAll older iniint lie Kent to tliu Interbltt and Wodchueks Estimated ior Journal not to lh Courier Jourat $1 Per Acre Yearly. Horticulture a o o o o o -- A 0 o o o o o o o o OVERCOATS We are now showing the handsomest overcoat stock we have ever carried . wood-chuc- t o o 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 i lltis-lonvill- e. fly? tWJMmtim Our $10, $15, $20 and $25 Long Rain Coats are as good as thejmarket affords. We are also showing the new handsome 0 0 0 0 0 0 ' s 1 ld ld One-thir- 'iMi nrlces. J Box CO. C. McCLARY, Stanjnrd. ' Ky FOR SALE PRIVATELY. I! :viiig purelinscd a farm hna de-- t privately my property nleil to tit I'uckeye cimiting of one two -ton ecn room dwelling, 4 acre-- , 1. liiiid, trood tobacco nnd Mock bum well, cistern. More Iioum1 nil neces- ir. out buddings one of tliu be.t M inds for store in Gurraid. If not old by December 1, I will rent. AI-- o 70 acres of good hemp or below miles tobacco laud U IiiicUeye on pike will sell in '1 tracts or its a whole, well watered and lcuecil. Xcar Guniis Chapel. Richard I. Burton, Sj-1- 0 Buckeye, Ky. ell 1 1- -2 -- :gnmrifiairTiiii,t'TTmrMm"'M',M' Pile of Style Clothes I The New g I v nicer smoothes That is to let you examine them; note the careful finish and the perfect fit. You will then be convinced that we stale facts when we say they have arrived at the speed limit in style and quality. If you are wise you will do a little investigating. Depositor Bridge-Graftin- In Detail. 2 4 1. 3. Wound. Scion. The new depositor in this hank may he assured of direct personal at- War. Ilark. W. E. PERKINS Crab Orchard, Ky. this In tho largo commercial plantations, een whero tho grass mulch method of culture Is practiced: for planter generally the commercial takes Into consideration tho various ources of danger nnd makes pro I slon to meet these with effective means of protection. With the nvcr-ag- e homo orchard tho danger Is greater than In tho largo plantation, nnd tho possible means of protection mo-- o generally disregarded or overlooked If oung trees bo girdled In lato spring Just as growth Is beginning, they may bo successfully treated by binding about tho wounded parts a heavy covering of smooth tenacious soft clay A new bark will sometimes form beneath tho clay If tho Inner bark or cambium bo not entirely destroyed. It Is safer, however, to Infew long scions. Is called Tho fni circulation of the tree, cut off hy tho wound made by tho rodents. Is resumed through tho scions which n, part of tho nnd growing together until. In after jears, only a slight enlargement or "bulge" on the trunk of tho treo thus treatod will bo noticeable. wounds tho In should he mado clean nnd smooth with n sharp knlfo nnd covered with grafting wax. Tho scions should be cut a trltlo longer than tho span to be bridged bo that when they are lnsertod. their curving form will tend to Keep them firmly fixed In position. Tho two ends of tho scions aro cut to a thin, wedgo form. Incisions aro made In the bark with u narrow chlsolthose nbovo tho wound rloplng upward aud thoso below slopInsert the scions firming downward ly and wax heavily nnd securely all wounds mado In tho operation, espo- clnl caro being exercised to press the wax In firmly and neatly about the tiolnt of union of scions with tho body of tho treo. i To make grafting wax melt together four parts (by weight) of resin, two parts of beeswax and one part of tallow. Tour the mixture Into a pall or tub of cold water. At Uae mass begins to cool so that It can be handled, greaso the hands with tallow and pull and work tho lump of wax until It becomes quite light In color. Ftonn Into small balls or sticks for convenient use, This wax will keep In good condition Indefinitely. tention and service for this has been our policy for 10 years. A bankers' advice and acquaintance is usually valuable. His actual help PUBLIC SALE! will sell ut public miction at 10 u. ni., on Wednesday, November I, At my plaeo 12 miles from Crab Orchaid un the Crab Orchard and .Stanford pike the following described property. Gentle for 1 good mare in foal. Indies and children to drive. 1 pon by Dock Gray, 1 team of draf horses 7 years old. One stallion II Vein's old by Dorsey Goddiist. House nnd 10 ucrcs of land on Stanford pike, 1 mile from Crab Orchard, 1 extra pood milk cow. 1 ood Internationnl liny prcs, eood as new, 1 rubber tire bujruy anil 1 steel tire baccy, 1 wapon and harness pood ns new, a few hlioal-- I I har-nen- certainly is. Deposits LINCOLN NATIONAL 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 H. J. McRoberts O 0 0 Stanford, Kentucky. 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 .if 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 00 00 0 0 g 000000 0 0 : 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 Faco ed Coat at $25, is simply a beauty. Come in and look at them. 0 0 0 of whatever amount qladly received. COUNTY BANK. sert ft This "bridge-grafting.- " corner ne.t to Court House Stanford, Kentucky. o nea. u. s. THE BEST pat. off. FOR GET. brtdgo-graflln- y Barred l'lyiuoutli Hock chicken, 150 Buff Orpingtons, HENRY L. CASEY. D. V. S. ul-- o a lot of mixed chickens, houseVctorirtnriixn hold and kitchen furniture. Terms made known on day of snh Former Director Animal Industry M. D. Garner, Philippine Islands. Crab Orchard, Ky., J. 1'. ChandUnited Stutes Army ler Auctioneer. Olflco LOGAN'S STABLE, l'hon0 432, Agent American nog uuolera Serum. incubator, SO CAKE CAN THE TRY MONEY YOU THEM. DANVILLE. KY. i a5: W. H. Higgins. Stanford Ky. J.L.Beazley&Co UNDERTAKERS AND EM. ' JACK FROST Reminds us that wc will have to have some moro new clothes, and we want to remind you that our Fall Line is the best that you ever saw.. We are bclllnn 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 selling about 200 suits at half ' ' ' ALSO BALMERS. ER IN FURNITURE, RUGS. THEY WILL FURNITURE EXCHANGE FOR ALL KINDS OF 8TOCK GIVE THEM A CALL. PRICE RIGHT. MAT-TING- DEAL. m&r W: S2-'((, m s- Bring Your Prescriptions im Here To Be When - Compounded nhv-sicla- n PLENTY OF LUMBER ON cm HAND price In order to make room for our bin fall line. The home ef Hart Schaffner & Marx all wool Clothes CONCRETING c. guarunte yoo proaiptly and (Tall nrt.clai and set our prion work and uiatrtl. txlurv rou rmY your iimtwrlal at least. for all purposes. So if want to chicken c Waarwtn position lo do all klndii ol build u bouse, n burn, . luch Mock Work. rav"meoti w ohu lu.ikH anr tain from t and. In mrrt onnp, a dojc bouse or n iiott. w e houi down to a n fo en fence, come Wo lmvc Cun)n)ii)s & Weareo, Stanford, Ky. heie for the niaterinl. nil rtorts PHILLIPS BROS.. Stanford, Kentucky nnd Bi.es in both roub cnu-not ' & When to Spray. The proper time to spray fruit treea enn bo determined only by watching tho fruit buds and weather The first application should be mado before tho first rain aftor tho blossom buds have been exposed, but before they have opened; tho second, after two thirds of the petals have fallen, being auro to get tbo mixture on ahead of tho rain; acd tho third about two weeks Inter Watch the fruit biulH and the weather. Wounds on Trees. Fur wounds on treea, melt rosin and pour three parts Into one part of pre--, louly warmed crude petroiaius. TbU will not. nm am mid finished lumber nnd if wo j v aW. McClary S.-l- hiiit you in kind. iiinnlily, ciiti, iiM- . ity nnd price, nnbod J.A.ALLEN. -J. Stanford. Kv. llfiSKiiriT"' $ FALL AND WINTER STYLES. ily new lull and winter auuiplea ma iiom louuy for oui iupitiloii They coiupnte the beat oil the tuurnet can lull unyoiio a to prca who hua order, A suit lilt, clothes uiaa,, I preleruble i made to our ineusut Krrlheil ;l medicine (or vou to tnti. the next Iranortant steD is to ihnt urcscrlDtlon nlaced In the y. i. mianlfiihiirnuvlilv reliable and competent .tmrmnrki en It will ba coiunoundcd exactly as .iir..,.i,i Wn InvH cralnnl nn enviable reputation tor always being very careful nnd painstaking In ...... ,1lmr nml feel that, ill alUllStlCO tOYOUf own good health, you should bring your next prescripIntion here. Here, too, you will find u complete and viting display ot toilet articles, rubber goods, soaps, nerfmnes. s toilet nreuaratlons and all standard rerosdie. f -For Interior decorating we carry and recommena ALAUASTlNt, tho beautitul wall coaung. tan and see samples ot tints and ask us unoutu. vour has pre- - ,..,, PENNY'S DRUQ 8TORE. Stanford, Kentucky luuue to UNDERTAKER I AND EMBALMER vax, waWjotca STANFORD. Pavw KY PfcoH 11. Hon l in rsiiilv made clotbes, To have thelu uieuhUie Joebn t cost bid nvn guumj more than ready mado aud (It Is considered. Com, tu and lei uie take yuur iuaaure. H. C. RUfLtY, T8 I'rmetleal Tallt -- t.aSi i. V L?V1 T ml !' lia ' 4tW V , ijUAX wr? r- - 1 Tfi? HAKES LIFE'S WALK EASY as It is easy to convince yourself that he "CROSSETT" Is far the best made at any price. We are showinq about thirty styles in all leathers, Patent, Tan, Gun Met- THE INTERIOR JOUMlAU DAIRY WINDOW IS IMPORTANT STANFORD, KENTUCKY. CASH FOR ACCOUNTS AND NOTES comes easily nml ihrcct when you jilnee them with us We make collections nml look nflcr nml (onailn, claims nnywhero in the Unit oil States nml mnkc no charge unless wo collect. Hnnk reference. Practical Arrangement It 8hown In Illustration to Prevent Draft on Cowi While In Darn. PUBLIC SALE! Of land, stock and crops. Havlnn decided to no west, we will sale to the highest and best blddcron THURSDAY NOVEMBER 2, 1911 for collection. offer fan j lie a i? never have tho barn, so I bad my windows mndo In such n way that they can ho opened from tho top, as shown by c, says n writer In Karm and Home. The carpontcrs attached hoard, n a, at each a side of tho window to prevent wind coming In from tho sides when the window Is open. There are cleats, b, Dairy cows should In A draft on thorn 't'" MAY'S Correspondence invited. AGENCY, COLLECTION Somerset, Kentucky. thrcc-corher- Sweaters. In all colors and sizes for ladies, miss- r r k I lit V m al, Velvet, Vici Kid in Lace and Button in the new hip.li toe. Come in and get a pair while we have es and children. our size. Modern Darn Window. Children's from s'oc to $2. Ladies' from $1 to 2.50. Toques from S'oc to $ . 1 t SAM ROBINSON H Stanford, Ky. m theso boards to hold tho windows at tho proper place. In tho summer I like to have tho windows wldo open. I don't caro thou If there Is n draft through the barn, so those windows wero put In loose and can bo opened at ono side, as shown by d. NOT MERE MILKING We handle only goods of quality and guarantee prices. the followinq property, conslstlnn of 375 acres of fine Oliicnrass land, situated In the famous Camp Dick Robinson section eft Garrard county, Ky., 6 miles from Danville, S miles from Lancaster, I dwclllnq. 3 mile off Lexinqton ttirnplVe on qood county road. porches. 2 qood cisterns at door, dwilllnq Illuminated with acetylene qat. all necessary outbuildings, 2 larqc tobacco barns, I qood stock barn, 'II larqc silo, 200 younq fruit trees lust beqinninq to bear, farm Is weNL Farm will be sold In. twtf,.' watered and In qood state of cultivation. tracts and as a whole, then taklnq the best hid. Terms on Farm. Our,, m half down, balance In I, 2 a;id 3 yours at 6 per cent per annum. CATTLE. 40 head of fat cattle, will welqh 1.300 pounds. 4 headi 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 marc mules 15 bands, 3 years old. I pair mare.oules 15 bands. 2 years old. I marc imile 15 4 hands, 5 years old. I horse mule 15 hands 2 years old. 5 ycarllnq mare mules, qood ones 3 sucklinq marc mule colts. 3 qood brood mares in foal to lack 5 to 10 qeldlnq. vears. I 3 year old harness marc, a dandy. I family mare. 500 bales qcldlnq, qood driver. I of qood timothy hay. Fnrmlnq machinery of every description. Including 6 horse power Fairbanks-Mors- e qasolinc enqinc, also Ensilaqe cutter and crusher. Household and kitchen furniture and other articles too numerous to mention. Terms made known on dav nf sale. Dinner on ground. At 10 A. M m 3--2 -2 3--2 h Ln i ill Ci 4 III 1 til kl 01 Hughes, Martin & Co Stanford, Ky. Farm will be sold promptly at 10 o'clock. l Sallie F. Pence & Sons. I. M. Dl N.r4 al Kl MACHINE U CTIONJ I it Marksbury, Kentucky. S J. II U j 4 ' i EAT BREAD And if you want qood bread order Batiahman's No. I Fancy Patent Flour from your qrocer. He will rhaWYou only 70 CENTS FOR A 25 POUND SACK and your family can live a whole week or lonner on it. See how little it cost to live if you will EAT BREAD made of Bauah-man- 's flour. YOU CAN'T BEAT IT. Every sack quaranteed to be Story of Man Who Sought to Make Fortune In Dairy Business Start- ed With Nondescript Cows. (By n. n ItUCKHAM.) Among my acquaintances there Is numbered n man who rocently decided to mnko n trial of furnishing milk for tho local market. Having enturcd Into soveral other bronchos of DISSOLUTION STOCK SALE In order to dissolve the partnership existing between E. P. Woods & Son we will sell publicly on 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-thistock 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 areall s and in good condition. The stock owned by E. P. Woods individually will not absoIute and without reserve or ' be..fofferThls The stock we is as 1-- y any great success at any ono of them, he determined to attempt this; make one more play for fawr at tho hands of Dame Fortune. agriculture without having achieved STRICTLY FIRST CLASS. On sale in every nrocery store in Stanford, and the majority of the stores in the county. j. BB H. BAUGHMAN & CO. Stanford, Ky. Our Motto More qoods for less money. Now is the time that every one has to buy un- ome FALL and WINTER GOODS, we have thenf. Clothlnq, Cloaks derwear, outinq cloth, dress qoods of all kinds, coat sweaters, blankets and shoes for all the family. Come and let us make you some prices that will make you open your eye. L. L. SANDERS Grub Orchard, Kentucky. dozen cows of nondescript extraction, and set himself up In the business of a milk farmer. His Idea seemed to bo that all ho had to do was to feed a Ilttlo grain and hny to these animals, night and morning, and In return an abundant supply of milk, the equivalent of ten times and more, In value. Hut before ho had 'been at It long he found that he had mado a mistake In his calculations, somewhere. .The account was running against him, instead of In his favor. Ho was playing a losing game, once more! What was tho trouble? Simply this, that he bad misjudged animal nature, In ono respect, at least. There Is no such thing as a milk machine, patented or unpatented. Into which you can pass hay or grain at one end at your pleasure, and pull a valve and draw off milk from another, to your fancy. At nny rate, a cheap, scrubby cow Is not such a machine, and cannot bo made over into ono. These six cows turned out to be Just ordinary, barren quantity milkers, a burden and cxpenso upon any man who assumed their care and keep. And now they arofor sale, away b'elow what ho paid for them, but are a poor bargain at that. For a start, he purchased half a Wednesday, Nov. 1 , ' 1 1 first-clas- s t 1 'I fr I h FIRST NATIONAL BANK, STANFORD, KENTL'JKY sfls by-bi- d. CAUSE AND REMEDY, Uncertainty of the immediate future is looked upon by many men of affairs, as a blockade to enterprise and business prosperity, and this blockade is now quite apparent throughout the channels of trade. The Presidential Election; the efforts of Congress with no fixed purpose; Organized Labor as a new factor iu politics; together with other matters of greater or less import, represent at tliis time a chaotic conflict of separate interests, to harmonize which is now the problem before the country. All want Prosperity, Peace and Plenty. Read with care the Cincinnati Enquirer, a journal that prints all the news each day from every commercial center throughA barometer of out the world. causes and effects that points out, as a Beacon Light, the danger and the safeguard therefrom. As well known, the Daily Enquirer h the largest iu mzc and highest priced paper in the United States, yet cheapest, measured by quality and quantity. 'flic Weekly Enquirer, with the cream and digest of all the news, able and conservative editorials, market reports, methods and results from Government and State Experiment Stations, veterinary matters, People's Forum, choice literature, short and continued storsermons, general information, etc., with the exclusion of all matters of scandal and immorality, is today the Cleanest Weekly Family Journal obtainable. Each issue is alone worth the price of a year's subscription. Solicitors for subscriptions make a handsome profit and increase the good influence of The Enquirer in u PROGRESSIVE STRONG ACCOMMODATING CAPITAL $50,000. TO-DAY. And Seeking Your BankJAccount. Open an Accpunt With us SURPLUS1$25,000 MONUMENTS -- 2 extra good 2 year old mare mules 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-t- jack 1 Filly colt by Don Varrick 1 Filly colt, draft bred. ' 1 Horse colt by Don Varrick 2 Horse colts, 1 of them drait 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 o ' ' V .: T ij 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. Our work is unsurpassed and considering quallarge stock to seity, is very cheap. We have lect from. t Wm. Adams & Son M2 N. Broadway. i MR. FARMER: Make your home as modern ior your family as a ice, 'eMdeace, and place yourself in a position to get tho latest market quotations atajiytiiae. Tkii can bo accomplished hy means of our telephone service wkick you and your neighbors can set for a sum that is email compared with tke biefiU received. Call or addreai our nearest office or write direct to 464farUf, Nashville, Teuu., for information regardiug our special "Far aieiv lis)" rate. If yon are sot at present enjoying telephone service, we mm iaaiediMftly Uteres you. Our lines cover the States of Kentucky, the uplift of morality and industry, a.MiMuuppt, IvQUtmna anu u.e oouinern portion ot luuiana and and for the betterment and welfare juajbi iiuiflEiooar xr,u. m ijvu. of the community. For terms write (MftarBATii rural'telephones. ,y Lexington, Ky. 4 year old work horse 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 1 1 1 3 year old gelding by King Eagle 8 year old driving horse. 2 year old gelding by Gen. Brightheart M. 4 ies, TERMS Liberal and will be made known on day of sale. I. M. DUNN, Auct Dinner served on the ground by J. C. Lynn. E. P. & J. H. Woods Stanford, Kentucky. -r- - w, to The Enquirer, Cincinnati, Okio, i EM -- ""ar , ifc THE INTERIOR JOURNAL, SOCIAL STANFORD. KENTUCKY. r lu d- and PERSONAL - STANFORD EASILY DEATS W. 0. Walker inmlu u short bum lire trip lo I.ouIiil1n Hnliirthy, SOMERSET AGAIN lion W. S. Hurrh wns in Louisville IiiHt week. Dr. mid Mm. Jack J. Puridc.v, of LnnriMcr visited Mr. nnd Mm. Felix Wltfip Htilunlny nml Sunday. Mm I.. II. Mlllini Inn visiting tier parent Mr. nnd Mm. J. It. Cass ( llrodheiid. Mr' J. S Curpmler of tlio Went J"inl ,1111k Ik en here for evontl days liiLni'f treatment from Dr. l'ojton. Mm. A. II. Sov'ontHco wbh tho gurnl uf t'ruli Ordhnrd friend Silt-unlit VBy Local Football Boys Now Claiming High School Championship of Slate Score 67 to 0. New Arrivals purchases which had been sold out has OUR buyerpast just returned from New York City where the ten days he has been actively engaged securing additional stocks to take the place of the earlier The first large consignment of these late orders are now on sale, and in addition to being right up to the minute in stvle.our buyer secured some very attractive price concessions on a great many single sample Tailored Suits and Dresses, which makes our present showing the most important of the season. -- 5K W SW Pinning the fiiHtest mid best i ( bull it Inn shown v. this ecn-ni- i, (lit Stanford High School iiiiipptd" up with the Somerset hujs lire Saturday afternoon to th tu e -a i.l 07 tu (I. The ruatilt onini cl.n The Famous The Rayo Lamp it the Ifajy& Lamp nd most icrviceablc lamp you can find It strong white light lias made i I tut surprise to the local I bet rui n . tin for any part of your home. It is in uie in millions of famHici. it famous. And it never flickers. Siiincrnet lmd hold our ImN t.i tu (I on the ftrimmls (here, a id n Wiser Kim' whs looked for In iIio-rhui- . Her tnuti.v fHotid will ntgrft to know Mm W. K. Slinjpirn linn been quite ill fur ooroml I', lhiuinnnn, of Somerset, in pending several days t Crab Orchard for Iih hi'iillli. Tin- - .voting folk of IhU pkeo will jfivt n dunee Tinwilsy tilftlit, nt tlio Stanford Opera Houmv. Mm. t' I. llro.uii, of Ilutnnvillo, llmwn. Dan-'.ilin vimting Mm. I. (1 le d. In the ilimnff.room or iha tiarlor tha Ravo civm tuit ld lickt ifiat ? im.i lire. Il it a becoming I imp In ititlf and to you. Juil the lirop, loo, (or bedroom or library, where a clear, eaJ light it neeJeJ, The Rayo it ma de of lolid brati, nickebplalpd I alto in numeroua other itjlea and dniiliti. Eauljr lighlrd without removing shade or chimney I eair to clean andrewick, A"l rwif deVr t Jn yvt m W 4 Rar !" I of wnufoc oWaHira circular to uj aifacy tt tka ff. Standard Oil Company (Incorporated) FANCY Mprngor. Alice Piekolt, (oiintv is tlio gnuflt of i'.M. William Severance. Mm. 1 of Shelby (u- - daughter. Chuptor lT. TOP GOAT For Ladies and Misses. Fancy Coats are the rage in the large cities. All New York retail stores are selling them. We have an excellent stock of vJ jL j The Warren I r iiiiiKton Tuesday nftaruooii ttt (, 1.1-- (lriliy vill meet with Mm. T. W. I'cn- - 2U) lok. Jiicloon, .It , wife mill lmliy Ion, vcre the for Meof rrill dvs of in. i I'i'ts Mr. nml Mm J. II. .Tiirtxiti in ll roiiutrj. Mr. V. H. (lover, who wns visit Y ing friends nml relatives Intro last week, him rctnrnrh to her homo near lliiitotiv illc. Somerset Tune. Jiirt-Mrncfeo spent Sunday with the honiofolkx hero. He nml Mm. Mcncfee lire located nt Knnwillo for tlio winter, whero he ha J M ;uu NOVELTY COATS Made ot English mixtures with long roll collars. Cape Collars, double faced cloths; also reversable coats. CAROCULES and PHEStfES are very desirable this season. We have excellent values for Ladies, Misses and T. hend-(iinrto- nnd Mm. Jump II. Wright rre reauiving tlio enn&gratulntmns of tlu'ir ninny friends upon the nrrivnl young son, who wits of u liand-om- e ltoin lust l'riilny the '27th. Miss Klirnhrth Owens nml duueji-ti- f, Miss I.inncy McDonald of Juno-tj- n City hau returned from tlio bedside of tlio former's daughter, Mrs. K. J. Tnnnor nt MoKinnoy. Thoy report her ns being greatly Mr. Children. Severance .Mae & Son Stanford, Ky. For Sale My hoirn ou strict. II. C. Itiiughinnii. piRt due. to .Mr. . will he glad to know that Judge Lewis L. Walker, of lineahter is miffioiently reonv-crfrom his recent nttark of fcer to he aide to sit tip nnd ill in nil prohahility he able to open circuit court hero next Moner iil Oklnhomn Tor Sale. My home on Miller Hurry K. Benson, of City, the wedding to bo Street. 1'red niihenbergor. Ids mnny friend day. Mr. nml Mm. 0. S. Onines, of Muskogee, Okln., Iinxo iiiinounced tnt angiL'oinont of their daughter, Julia (elehinted in November. Mr. Onines ounty iiumi trauplnnt-i- d in Giirrnrd to the W'cxt, mid n brother of Mr. II. M. Ilnlloii ,of this city nod V,. t insiir-niie- e (iiunew, the man of l.itnenster. The ninny fiinnU of the family will extend hearty eongrntniniionn m ie young iniiple. will-kium- il list Main (Sif The Ctub Orclinrdifchool tnv is The books are nt the Crnb Orchard limiting Company's office, nml nil owing this tux will please e.tll nnd hot lie nt once. 0. M. I.nckev, Treasurer. WHAT FOR SALE! My home in Ky., 2 2 SHORT LOCALS. nerew well fenced, housu containing G looms besides pnutry nml b.itli Cribbing Wire nt W. II. IIig'inh' room, 3 porches cistern nnd never tailing well nt door, good barn nnd Tieidi oj stern. fnutH iiiid rye all other necessary outbuildings. ngtniisi tin s'IkhiI for the dntf hoys under tlmr U't, the local IihIr vrare so lull ir file that thy simply could nut In Mopped nt any ulngc of the .nut feomfrset tdnitnvd to have null, red severely tllioiigh ihs loS of One of tin if hst men vvlm iis put out of the gnmc here imlv I Iovi ii neiouut of injuiKH. u Stiuitoid lmd ono of her most groiuid guinerx, Wley I.m-loout of the lino-n- p bocniic nt a I 'ill, nnd his ulisouce erippkd our I'kvs ubout us niiifli ns did e the visitors. As u result of this gume Stun-ioi- iI sciioul is ilaiiiiing the high i hnuipioiisliip of the Mate, having al i.idv run up ii total of 148 points tins season to 0 for Iter opponents, the I.eMlitou high school defeated l.o.iisullu by 5 to 0 Saturdnj mid rof. Iielnnd is making an effort to look u game with Lexington to settle the championship. If Lexington to play, Stnnford will n,'ht-claim tlio championship for slit las dourly shown the class of the I vh schools in this section, to far this season. A ptuctice game will be played tins, Tuesday afternoon against th" C. V. Freshmen on the groundsliero nnd sumo good work should be seen. On Saturday Stnnford goes to D.in- .tie to meet the l. &. I)., eleven. The Stnnford boys played such f'trn fine ball last Snturdnv that it is hard to go into detail about the puue. loin Coleman particularly distinguished himself, plnvun: the best loot ball he has shown yet, and miming his brother, Harris, elnse gntne lor the honors of the day. Will MtCnrty's drop kicking was splendid, u nice field goal being the result nnd John M. Waters wits much better on kicking goals. Little Cy Anderson played n great gnme in the line while Ilnrry ltciuhurt on right tud did did some etra nice work, pelting through und blocking u punt nt u ciitical stage of the game. Hoth Kuibry nnd Mike Penny will bo in the net giinio nnd will mid coiisid- (on-versCoii-vtrs. 1 U However, with . New Tailored Suits. There arc just about three hundred of them and they consist of eery pleasing type and material Those of Serge and Mens' wear Cheviots in the new midnight blue, leather and black arc unusually smart looking. THEY ARE PRICED AT $15, $20, $25, $29.50 and up to $50. One Piece Dresses. We were fortunate In h: securing about 100 of the prettiest dresses that wc have ever offered, and the You will find practl collection Is so varied as to accommodate every requirement and satisfy every purse. cal dresses of Serge in plain colors, with little touches of lace and other trimmings, as well as the more stately Dresses of Chiffon and Crepe Meteor. Also a charming array of Young Ladies' Dresses, in embroideied Net and Chiffon. THESE DRESSES ARE PRICED AT $12.50, $15, $19.50, $25 and up to $50. Smart Polo and Reversible Coats. The Importance of these recent purchases double-face- will readily impress you after an inspection. There is a marked scarcity of these soft, secured. Many entirely new models, d materials, and we do not believe that any duplicates can be also in Velvet, Velour and Satin-finishe- d Broadcloth Coats, as well as some very smart novelties in Evening Wraps. ' THE COAT PRICES ARE $15, $19.50; $22.50 $25 and up. Fine Furs. We are now showing a very choice collection of New Furs in American Fox, Nurobia Lynx, Real 4 Beaver, Natural Opossum, Etc., breud nt C. I. (ImerV St.- - It. td Splendid gniden. Terms eny. 0. T. Afihlock, IIusloiiMlle, Ky. b2-4t I.oit. 0ereont in September; We nro prepared to install hot for return to It. C. Nunnellax. water nnd hot air heating, plumbing cic, Conn Ilros., I.niicustcr, 81-t- f. is one of the most com Lame back NICE HOME FOR SALE mon fortes of muscular rheumatism A cottago with six rooms, out A few applications of Chamberlain's Liniment will give relief. For sale buildings nnd two acres of land. v Apply to Mary T. Jones, Lebanon, by nil dealers. Million County Ky. Before taking Lydla ILPinkhtm's Lost An open fnco gold "watch: Vegetable Compound. Let mo overhaul your gasoline strap on it for u chain. Howard engine and avoid cold weuther 84-- 2 cannot express for return to Mat Myers. Natlck. Mass. "I D. llallou. troubles this winter. 1 went through during the chango what licnve word nt the I. J. office. ; or mo neioro i mw i $100 Reward. $100. ' Lvdl.i V.. Pinkham's i Tb readrra ot Uiti paper UI l pleaart to learn l. that Uwra at at tout ou dreaded dime that arirae Vogfltnblo Cay your city tax now. Six per 1 was In such baa bfva able to eura la all lu auxea, aad that at Ckunti. Italia Csurrb Cure la tba only puutlva cunt will be added Nor. 1st. i D. a nervous condition eure now known to the mvdkal traternllf. turrb 80-t1 could not keep bcln a rotutitutlonal duaaa. regulm a eoiutnu Carter. I WENT Chest Pains and Sprains Sloan's Liniment is an excellent remedy for chest and throat affections. It quickly relieves congestion and inflammation. A few drops in water used as a gargle is antiseptic and healing. " 1 lav uu4 Slunt I p. cuesA 5c uiseman Company in the next week or ten 'Danville, Jfi enlicAy, cralnc in strength and tpccd to tho from the dining loom nnd formed u Tie home wns beautiline-ufully decorated in pinl: nnd it bite TAYLOR-DA- VIS. flowers and funs, and the snti'r colors were cariied out in tho ices at and cakes. Beautiful Wedding Solemnized The bride wns becomHome of the Bride. ingly gowned in Aliite mnrqueshius over whito satin mid the bridesmaid One of the licnutiful nuturan vved were pretty in white mull over pinl: dines wiih thnt of Miss Florence silk. Mrs. Davis is a very rharmin' Tiivlor nnd Mr. Jackson Davis, young woman tu J s the duujjiiter which wns solemnized Tuesday ev- of Mr. and Mrs. MittLcl Tnjlor. Mr. ening at the brido's homo hy Itev. Davis is a well known nnd popular J. I Strothtr assisted hy llev. J. Q. jouiir mitt: of this cily. Mr. and A. McDowell. Juttt before tho bridal Mrs. Davis will jeido in Danville. party formed Mrs. Lillian Jones Danville Mcn&eiiftci'. Smith, of Caldwell College, snug. PROF. WINFREY IN SCRAP. "Oh, Perfect Love." Mihs Uhulya Shailer beautifully tendered Lolicn-giin'- n (Middlesboro Itecord.) wedding march. Tho bridal As u result of nu encounter Satputty entered from the hall into the pin lor preceded by Miss Monto Tay- urday evening in front of S. It. lor and Miss Joy Taylor bearing the Gray & Co's., btoro between Prof. Next enuio the brides- - M. O. Winfrey and llurvey Ingles, ribbons. muid, Miss Mary McDowell, Mib8 in which the former was struck in Vaney Lognn, Misrt Winnie Cain, tho left eje by Mr. Ingles while wearing his glasses, Prof. Winfrey MNs Anna Louno Tee, Miss Margaret llaun, Mis Margaret Dean, lias been confined to the King's Hospital smeu Sunday Miss Isabel Caldwell mid Miss Louise Daughters I'or n while fenrs wero entertained Lee. Then the tin;; bearer, litttlo MUh Koio Taylor, jollowed by the by his attending physicians that he liEBht, tutcawwtHavUd by lur lm'ui qj vould laMtLe .sight ofLtkk.iiiaitul semi-circle. dajs. i THROUGH L Hare's Proof Liniment for mnrn have used tt (or sore throat, croup, lame back od rheumatism and in every. case it gave instant relief." KLULCCA JANE ISAACS. Lucy. Kentucky efficiency ytari and can testify la tu vondciiul Com-poum- f. i &'A',., by MBKUuHIL Ldla 12. Iclnns that I nlso -- Jhad n tumor. I read ono day of the wonderful cures mndo I had. creepy sensations, and J could not Bleep mums, ivvnsnnniiy told by two uliy. Vegetable My still. cold, wero limbs -- ' Wttcr." Mrs. Nathan 1$. (Iiieaton, Gl X. Maiu Street, Nutick, Mass. Tlio Change of Life Is the most critical Krlod of a woman's existence. Woiuon everyw hero should remember that there Is no other remedy known to medicine that will so successfully carry women through this trying leriodn as I.vdia E. rinkham's Veiw- " " t.t CoraiH)iind nnd decided to try It, nnd it has inado me a well woman. My neighbors mid friends dcclaro It h.id worked n miracle for mo. J.ydla 11 1'iukham's Veget.iblo Compound la worth Us weight In gold for women during this period of life. If it will holp others you may publish my l'lnklinm'a There is a great difference In life a Insurance policies. MutuaJ Benefit , "kkillaUatani'Tl'Ulatoreonatlpatlr Policies are superior. I can show The subject of the I'rnjcr Sentco you. Why not buy the best? R. M. Ncwlnnd Agent. Hup-tiWt'diusday c ening nt the church will be "Christian CitiI am paying highest prices for zenship." Mr. J. C. MtClnry will fresh eggs, chickens nnd nil kinus lend the meeting. of country produce. Fields Hros., t tn n ford nt Jesse Lv nil's old stand. Winded 2 bird dogs, pointers or set tors pnferred, initnt not bo over 31 You arc not experimenting on yourself when you tnko Chninbcr-hun- 's j oars old, good mngcrs, staunch nnd Cough liemcdj for u cold n would not object to : eh lovers. that preparation has won its gtent price paid for good dogs. reputation and cxteiibivo bale by its remarkable cures of colds, und can Aithur Schlcman, Polieo lleadqunl- - 'ulwnvs be depended upon. It h nt Ron-sounb- lo Uonal UeaUnnit. Ukro Ilallf CaUrrli Cure aetuw dlrrelir upon the blood and mutour aurfaeca ot the lyttem. tberebx dratrorlog th. foundation ot the dlafaM. and airing tbe patient .ueniitli bf bulldlnf up the eonaiuutlon and awbit-Inature In doux lu ort. Ilie proprktora bate ao murb laltb In lu euratlva powera that they offrr One Hundred DolUra lor any eaaa thai It ulla to cure, read tor li.t ot tratlmonlalaAddreaa F. J CIIKNhV CO, Toledo, Hold br all Drunlau. IKu la Fresh Oysters just received. Fields liroa., nt Jesse. L nil's old stand. SLOANS LINIMENT is excellent for sprains and bruises. It stops the pain at once and reduces swelling very quickly. Sold by all dealers. Hundreds of Prof. Wfnfre.v lends have called during his stay fi nt tbe hospital to express their and sjmputhy. As an evidence of tho high esteem nnd Iov in which he is held at tho Publio Schools, bis loom has been supplied null day with flowers and fruit from the pupils of the various exudes; ns well as from inquiring friends, ro-pi- et WBCaJft ETSY'S POINTERS: "Molly thinks it is possible to train a husband to perform many useful feats, but one of the most difficult is to teach him to buy economically for tho household. I just write a note, send my husband to Coffey k Coleman's and back cornea w;t! what I wmw and lut Prlco, 23o., SOo., Sl.OO Sloan'a TreatUo on the Horse tent free. AdJrnt an v a IJP. Dr. Eavrl&Sloaa Bottom Maaa. uy fflW -- tjpr , ' w " Stf THE INTERIM JOURH AL, STANFORD KENTUCKY ,v. . v s t & THE FARMERS For Snip. Ulnck Iterkshirc boars Orpington chickens. C. C. Withers, Houto 'J, Stnnfonl. Ky. For refit for 1012, my fnrm on Hanging Fork, containing 120 acres. Mr Jessie Stnetr, Sthnfonl, Ky., We liavi a buyer for n farm ot 100 acre9 well Improved and i about on pike. If von h.ivc nn thing near this, lint it with us. Hughes & Mc- 02tf Cnrly. Stanford. fn the Forklnnd section, J. H. Cnl- 'houn sold to Baxter & Vhilehonc n 'bunch of hogs, top price $.r,n0. V. A. Lear, of Garrard, sold to the Lancaster liverymen, J. W. 'Sweeney ten weanling milieu all his own raising, for $800 for the hunch. nnd-Huff- 5, ft MARKETS Cincinnati, Oct. 31. Cuttle 2,801; market quiet choice steady; oilier grades 10Lr'C lower: slccrs $;.500.0.); heifers $2.50 5.n0; cows $1254.50 calves slow and weak, $.1.n08.2.'. Hogs 4,409; market active and strong, 10c higher; packers $0.2.1 0.70; tacs $.15.2.1 common sows $4((i)"i.l)0; pigs and lights, $.'l0.10. Sheep Hceeipts 012; mnrkct dull, 15g25c lower, $1.503.25 bnnlw Market dull, 2.,"0c lower $3r.50. I will offer for sale lo the high est bidder oti county court day November 13, 1911 fio shares ot stock Dj in the Slate Hank & Trust Co., Green. CINCINNATI Hc-rclts .). BIG PUBLIC SALE! OF MULES, BROOD MARES, JENNETS AND CATTLE Thursday, Nov, 9, 1 911 :- ff The best plaster: A piece of flan A. nel dampened with Chamberlain a ; Joe W. Irvine sold to 0. Liniment and bound on over the af d in Doyle 21 fected parts is superior to a plas cattle nt 'i reutrt and a dollar a hend ter and costs only one tenth as 4 bonus. laiieh. For sale by all dealers. i'lio Richmond Climax says K. 11. A BOOST FROM DANVILLE Dentliernpc ha- - a lot of alfnlfa The Stanford Journal, in a re(rowing upon his farm. Four times cent issue, published u list of names, n year he lias cut, and he really in connection with the appointment would have out it one more time of n master commissioner, to be the rainy weather. made by Judge Charles Hardin. In d I have n idee horc the number we notice flint of Mr. sound, perfectly safe for ladies or Rowan Saufley. Mr. Snufley, win. children to ride or drive, not afraid is a sou of that great lawyer and of anything. Splendid saddler, and noble gentleman, the late Judge M. trots-welin harness: about 15 2 C. Saufley, is a most capable man, hands hish and in good flesh, will and his appointment would not only selljchenp and warrant to ho as re- bo appreciated by his legion of newspresented. W. I Kincaid, Stanford, year-ol- d paper friends, but be n neat compliKyf, 'Phone 199 8G-father-Dan- ville ment to his distinguished ,JA good crowd attended tho M. J. .Messenger. 1 Hoffman sale nt Morcland last week and good prices were realized. Hor-f-Biliousness is duo to a disordered brought from $100 to $18.), a condition of the stomach. Champony sold for $140 and mules berlain's Tablets are essentially a stomach medicine, intended especiallironght from flOO to $210. ly to act on that organ; to cleanse At the J. I). Anderson sale near it, strengthen it, tone and invigorate Crab Orchard last week n mare and it, to regulate the liver and to banish biliousness positively and effecpony colt brought $170. The home tually. All dealers. 78-- 4 place bought by George was Holmes for $1100 FINE LAND AT PUBLIC SALE J. II. HauInuan sold a nice pair I will sell at public auction 200 of Western ti.u-clust week for acres of my farm n mile from on Thursday, November 0. The place will be sold in three tract For Sale. acres in Stanford, and then as a whole and the sale Kj. Good dwelling etc. known as tho realizins the mod money will stand. Huffman place. The present 'owner This is fine laud, and n splendid ophas made oilier improvements and portunity to "et a bargain. R. E. Goddard. the place will go at a bnrgain. Act I CASH PRIZES FOR CORN quick, see Hughes & McCurty, Sinn- I ford. Tvv. & Trust Comoanv. J. II. Russell of Maysille, pur To Be Given Farmers By State Bank chased 120,000 pounds of broom i The oinie unnic arusi uo:n- corn nt Pickway, Robertson county, pnny will give premiums as follows l'ridav. The farmer who rnied the J l,lc formers of Lincoln county: "l'st seed corn (white) $7,511; also corn paid $J0 an acre for the land , tlB fnrmer exh;Iliting o,.d best and realized from this year's crop samples of white corn $2.50, and to FREE DINNER FOR ALL. the farmer exhibiting the best sam$95 an acre. ple of yellow corn $2.50. Hriiv' in ., .-- .. 'your samples to the bonk and put -- . ,, exhibition between now and the POSTED ?$ 18th on which date all entries will oloe. The premium will be awarded Karl Flint is visiting friends ki few days, in Cincinnati this week. Herman Rirkolz. by an expert on the 25th of Nov, Rucker Combs wedding at Rich Vincennes, Ind., where he has been 0. W. Hasty J OIL Come in and make your enC. T. Willson, C. M. .Allen, nt work for several months. Indiana. mond Wednesday. tries. Mr. James Roberts asd Charlie Yours to serve J. B. Manning Di'iinie Reynolds spent Saturday STATU BANK & TRUST CO., Mrs. Daniel 1 fader is ou the sick lteichenbnch Bros. N, II. Plummer, The fever patients around and in H.irkins left for Indiana Sunday nf- For the people, of the people, by the and Sunday with relatives here. Jacob Gander. list. Paiut Lick are improving. people. Ur spending a few day with home- Mr. Annie limwii is very hick Daniel Ile.ter is Mitfciiug very folks. Mr. Oliver Sims spent SatFARM FOR SALE! DEATH OF TAMME BOY. RHEUMATISM with peritonitin. mueh from sticking a nail in his foot urday and Sunday with his father. we win ieii pmateiy a farm of Master Jeiome Tamme the about 130 acres In Lmcon county, Senator W. 0. Bradley virdtcd hw erna Sims, A. Rigney iiu'd daugh-fe- r, CUBED BY THE MARVEL OF THE Mr. Craig Sims. Mis Mrs. Mary r Ky., mile from. Crab Orcti- bou of Mr. and Mrs. John Tarn- - Hihter .Mi-s- . N. Mays. is on the sick list. We are glad to CENJURY, B. B. B. 1 FST Delia hilvo retuined from u two land, very productive. Every acre ne' of t,i0 Wl'ht L',ul of lllis county, know that Mr. George Gaines and ED FOR 30 YEARS. Jlrs. Rns Denton was the guest weekft' vi-- it at Ludlow. tillable, an abundance ot stock water died Wednesday after a brief 111 family arc going to move back to daughter Mr&--. Walker Guyn. of her ana especiuiy nuaptuq 10 corn aaa no-- . Tho Mr. Krncftt Dunaway of Hoatty- hand of affliction is full- Aching bones, swollen Joius, pet. their idd homo trass. Good tenant house of three place. Mr. and Mrs. Rice Woods, of Iowa, is expected rooms on farm, Terms reasonable ins heavily on these good people, j ille was, the guest of his brother rnanently cured through the blood with pure Uotanlcal IngredlenU. To Gaiuev are good people and wo are in I'aiut Lick and to arrive Apply at once to. 1 only about two weeks ago they buri-,e- d F. Duuaway, last week. prove it we will send you a glad to have them in our community. 49-net as cashier of the Peoples Dank. It. II. Uronaugb. Agent Sample Treatment Free one of their own children, a A protracted meeting has begun at II you bavo bone pains, sciatica or Mr. Louis McMuIliii will move to , of Middlesboro, inado Reid bright little boy, and the sympathy shooting pains up and down lh0 lor., Hugh Jacobs' place down ou the the M. K. church. Everybody is selling back or shoulder blndes. swolu flying visit home. which is universal xocs out to them. to attend. len Joints or swollen inufdas, diffi Buckeye.- - Miss Kthel Howard visit Joo McCormnck has moved from A short funeral service was conculty la moving around no you have Mrs. Oda I'rivitt left Sunday for to use crutches: blood thin or skin id Miss Dollio Sims Monday evenducted at the Catholic Church in the Mudihon side of Faint Uck-- to IirMCH'" Kllii' and Stella Leach pale; skin itches and burns; shirting ing. his residence on the (larrnrd side of her home in Imlinnupoli, Ind. this city thib morning, burial in bad breath, lumbugo, gout llo-- were visiting their sister Mrs. It. D. Mrs. .), C. Hurniss returned to her tanlo lllood Ualm '(B. B. B. which ro Ilortuii cemetery. Danville Messen towh. Monday. Mr. Walter Removes every symptom, becauso B. B, Roscoe Dachelor of St. Joe Mo., her home iu Atlanta, Gn. ger. 8. sends a rich, tlngting flood of cord went to Cincinnati Sunday, pure united the family of Dr, N. Mays. Mrs. J, II. Thomp.son while sit- worm, rlchnerves, blood direct to the where ho will work in an automobones anil joints, ' LINCOLN CIRCUIT COURT. ting her flower out on the porch plvlni; wariutb and strength Jut bile factory. Walter is a jolly good Tho-i- . ' In tvay where FerrillV Admr. I'lff. KING'S MOUNTAIN. ior the rain to fall on she fell and making ita Is needed ind curethis rhou boy and we lire sorry to scu him go. perfect lasting of vh Thos Ferrill'K Devihvcx, struck her head against the post matlsni In all Its fonns. He will bo greatly mixsed among the O. B. B. bas made Dufuts. thousands ot Mr. D. H. Flint has returned from and cut a gash in her head. It was cur of rheumatism alter all otnor joung folks. Mr. Dr.uk Dale t....k I'lircuunt to an order duly entered so seiiouH the doctor was called to ineuiclues, liniments and doctors nave some nf our young folks a hay ride tailed to help or cure. UltUOOISTH ITCH! ITCH! ITCH! beieiu, all persons haviux cluiuis diess the wound. or by express. II I'KIt l.AH(!H HOT- - to Parlor Grove to church Monday npiiimt the estate of Thos. Ferrill, Tho King's Mountain Oruded TLB HKNT FilKK by writing Biooo night. Among those who went W'tr (Scratch and rubrub and ncralch Balm Co., Atlanta, Ga. Describe your until you feel no If you could almost itci eased lira hereby notified to School boys played ball against the trouble nnd free medical advice gtv. Miss Julia Recoid, Miss Grace Jef-fer- s, tear the burning akin from your body before the uiidenl;iicd commin-Monoa if you could no until It fcein Miss Kva Hoi ton, Miss Anna longer endure theno endless daya of firt nine of Highland Saturday af- eu. Hold by Hhugars and Tanner. with their claiiii" properly awful torture (hots tvrrllila uUhu ternoon and the King's Mountain Dale, Miss Malinda Dale, Mr. liur-nar- d of sleepl(f UKony. GREEN BRIER. Tlien a fav dropa of D. I). D.. tho verified as repiired by law on or team gained tho victory by 11 to 10. famous Kcienla Bptclflo and. Oh I what relief I The itch t'onu lnatuntlyl Com- before November 4, 1911. This makes the second time the lautl fort and rut at Blniple external wash G. D. Fl.OHKKCi:, M. C. Don't be surprised if you hear the Mrs. Joe Sexton went to Cincin-i.a- ti I). U U. Id. C. C. Highland team has been defeated. 1 -i- lnromed u"d hfo!3 the that clc S'jailjy to t petal two weeks welcome ring of the wedding bells vkln aa nothing kIm van. A recognised Mipjtose they ate contented thut they Willi hei sislcr, Mr. end Mrs. John in our little town ere the passing of Kpeclflo for Umoiiiu, rorUln. Bait PAINT LICK. Itheum or any other akin trouble. can't bent the little boys of King's IVrelt uud vhildiru , ill Sunday Decembei, 25. The betrothed are We can k'lve you a full vise bottle of the ytnulrt 1). D. D. remedy for Mountain. 11.00 and If the very flmt otlle falla favorites. Guesa whoT . with Mr. and Mrs. Grover Day. Miss Tudor liros urv the first to begiu to Klve relief It will not cost you a Rev, A. S, Jeffries closed a series Dee Sims is visiting relatives near building on t!ie Ki id Wallace ad This is not from Dark Valley of Wn also can (It you a sample botof nicetiiij at Pleasant Point Sftt- - I Parks Grove. Mrs. Lafe I,wtob and WvyBwtfaurg but froai lllue Dells of tle for 25 cents. Why suffer aaeUier dition to I'u'at I .id;. yau eaa get V. D. day whea l,0."0-pouii8-4 I scu'ii-year-nll 1-4. es - AT 9:30 A.M. -:- - My son, Henvy 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 60 Sugar Yearling Mules, more than half mares. mules. 25 good brood mares, bred to jack and draft horse. 30 three 8 good jennets. 4 good jacks, to 8 years old. 10 well bred 2 and 3 year old colts. 15 well bred Jersey cows and heifers. 50 good feeding cattle, weight 750 to 950. 5 good aged mules. 50 plain feeding cattle, 800 to 950 lbs. 25 plain yearling cattle. Ilnr-miKbu- rg amount, a credit of six months with 6 per cent, interest from date of sale; purchaser giving a bankable note. TERMS All sums of $25 and under, cash; over that J J. K. BAUGHMAN, Hustonville, Ky. I OSO1 one-bai- Sft- .. I. M. DUNN, Auc. FOR SALE! Fifty lo ono hundred and fifty choice ewes bred to Shropshire and Southdown bucks Some thoroughbred Duroc boars It. II. CROW. Shelby City., Ky. Phone 8 two lings a-- WE MAKE LOANS On approved lecurity -. lA-ar- -- ed whenever conditions Hel-ev- warrant it Prefer- ence, of course, being given to our regular depositors1 up-p(- er We want PRODUCE H. B. Northcott. T. K. Tudor. Mgr. IS3. State Bank Trust (o. SMfM m . I Ill Highest Prices Paid EOTKT, at .HJ