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KENTUCKY, 1 HID Y NOVEMHl.lI .1, 1011 EVERY TUESDAY AND FRIDAY . r" ;m "i Democratic Icndcro nto ronfiilcnt. Mnto mulo eolt S. T. Harris $U0. 1'tO PLAY FOR FOOT BALL ntlended THREE MUNICIPAL RACES Mine mule colt S. T. Harris $110. Stanford that no friend of JtrCrenry, will bo CHAMPIONSHIP OF STATE! ON NEXT TUESDAY "l led off by the glittering promises Marc mtilu colt L. Dunagaii $ll.'n Hnrr-mule coll J. M. Lair .f87.fi0 Stanford High School Team Goes to City Council Tickets to be Elected 6. 1. Depp has returned to his Hubbard id makipj,' fur n vote Man Caught At King's "Mountain Typhoid Fcvtr Takes Mother of HapLexington on Nov. II to Meet Horse mule eolt Snm Harris Jr., county nfter n (igninst him is u vole for McCrcary home in lbirn-In Stanford, Hustonville and Dies In Jail Hrrc Thursday py Family Soon After Her . Strong Eleven There. at.il no voter should tube u chance WO. Depp. pleiismit visit In his son,-.ICrab Orchard Arm After Loss of Young Daughter Horse mule colt J. M. Iiir $80.' (I. 0. lliffe is in Hurnsiih' for n on Hcralcliiii,' the ticket. The Stiinf.rd High behuol loot- Filly colt Jus. Williams few dnyn. Il1 nddition to the regular cleo I...H ion i..... ,i. i.:..... ii:..i. Alone unit friendless in lit- - Hiptn-lThe heavy hand of affliction has Filly colt W. .1. Holtrelaw Mrs. .Itines, of t'r.ili Orelmnl, is GOOD PRICES REIGN AT lion of state officers which takes School foot hull teani nt Lexington nfliee nT u country jail, with "" been laid upon the family of Mr. with bur sou, Charles Jones here WOODS' DISSOLUTION Horse colt W. .1. llnltr.clnw 17.50 SALE. p.nco next Tiie?dny, there nte thre .fun-wil- l oi. Saturday, November 11th for the kiss of ii loved wife nnd Wurd Moore, one tif the ii Horse eolt 15. D. Holtrelaw fcWi. this week. municipal elections in three of the high Hfhool cbamjiionsltij) ( litlilreii upon his brow, Hint mini'" the In Demand '2 year old gelding II. It. Davis if Crab Orehard. After tak Missci litim and Elizabeth Car- High Class Offerings incorporated towns in Lincoln coiin.. State. ti'rcil unto only by the khld hcnrtul ln.' his bright litthi And'Bfddlng Is Brisk List of . 11.-penter mid Mr. Turner Carpenter, ly which arc erecting considerable ArrmigementH wore concluded for Lnwrcnco Judd, n liniiKhler hist week, the Death AiiKel jailer mid wife, May gelding H. W. (laine.s fM7."iO. The Sales. of Milledaexille, were piere for a iuteret in the communities nffcctetl. Ihi. ynino Into this week, nfter the rtcinlicr of n prominent Woodford HWnoped down upon the household Yearling stallion J. L. Ilenzley nil three towns tho rnees ;rre for lew hours Sunday. local eleven had smothered the team It. (Juu of the best sulcs held heio futility, died in Stnilfoid county Siiiii this week, mid this time 170. Mrs. Waller Vminrsdale H with ity coiiticilmen with questions of of tho Centml Oniveroity ficshmeii Ibis season wns the dissolution sain fhiircdiiy morning. Dlnod iopiHou, Hie wife mid inotber mid the the home folks for n few daj'fe. 4 jenr old borne Mitchell Taylot-- , ' by n seote of ,1i to 0 here Tuesday 1'itire or lss importance to the comof tho . pnrliicndiip hetwevn E. I'. $ 1 tesiilting from ii gun shot wound in nip of bitterness whieh lias been liiMiiitic.s fnvolved. MesiH. Ilailey Hill mid Kcndriek LoAington lind defetiied 1.1 Woods and his .son, J. II. Woods, right hum, iceelvcd while Hieing prrssi'il to the lips of the husbmiil ' year old gelding Robert Woods oltcrnoon. The Councilnmnic light in this Ab'oniJ of Stmifoid, were here for tho I.ouisiillu High Seliool nud the .. Which wns held lit Ihe hnmlsnmn .P.'.-hefote ii ton"r (if men near Kins' nnd father is filled to oxerflouinp. ily is well known to nil citizens ns ii short time Monday. e'liimpronship lies between Stnnfot.i farm of the former on the Shelby Mom.inin hint week, wns the ciinu The hcarti of n host of friends mid 4 yenr old mint- - Robert Woods Mrs. Mury McAfee will return to veil us the issues involved. A numnnd Liuiugloii, for iho locttl bids In-- , Impr of snv- - lined City pike on Vcdiiedn. A bit: dentil. In the out to bins land bis Diiltimore this weuk flJ5. iiuen ; l.ne clearly outclnsscd everything ber of the present councilnjeii nre crowd wart pro.sent, all enjoyed tint lift life, phymeinn hml niiipii-lute- d leiiiniiiiiiK little brood in this, their iiiI year old mate 0. L. Daley $320. in tunning for The Mi-sbacked by Reed, of Danville, nt-j this territory. fine burgoo dinner el by J. C. Lynn the ii nil on Wednesday iiinrn-iii- ., deepest hour of nfflictioii, mid many I Aged inure H. I). Holt-cla- w .1. Adams this the prasiut city uilniiuistrntinu, .80. v,ms ,.f Jim. fndouhteilly a big bui)ch of local mid there wns a good ilrinitml for but the poison hnd penetrated a pnier i wnfled Mure four years obi W. I. that nml nre running as the Citizens' looters will go over fur the gamn ton deeply into his ytiiit, In cheek br nm find HtretiKlh on Ilili to aid j Mr. (jeorjte (lilloek i in l.hi- - the stuff offered. The Messrs Woods Miid silo, Ticket. One change has been made at Lexington to cheer for the local bud ucciiuiiilurcd a fine bunch of lis Mrnletit infliieiiee. He rallied for lim nt this time of dire dislro-.S.vettr old mure II. ('. ilaiigliiiimi this week. in the list of iinnics, since it wn tn lads on mules, brood mures nml Inusc nod The. will put Mime tune nfter (he operntion hnd Like her little l.Ti. daughter, Mrs. .1. II. Ililfe wns in Liberty Monpublished some weeks ago, Jas. in much imrd work bit ween this tune when it was unnoiiueeil that th-Imiii skillfully performed hy Dr. V. More wns n Wcliin of the dread tyAged marc IS. 1). Hi.ltzclaw I0. Ah Dee having been bidettneked by day. mil the date of the big game, mid would sell out their partnership stulf It. O'llnmiiiti mid J. 0. Carpenter up- phoid fever. Altogether hiv mem y. marc E. 1. Woods .yluO lenders in favor of A. T. Dr. I'd wurd Alcorn was in Liuiis vill be in the pink of (.ondilion bj the operating tnhle in her of the family have hi en afflict it wns a foregone eoiichiiou tha' on an improvised Aged inn re II ('. liniigbman .17.."0 villi- for a few dn.VH. Ihe Citizens' ticket will that time. The bos go to Danville Hut the effee of e.l wih this disease within there would be a liciirH iIciuhiuI for lie- jiill itl flee. Aged marc Ike Shilliy $111. the past thus go on the ballot with the fol .Iiii1c.ii Lincoln iWell?, 'of Cnc Saturday for n game ugnint tin. their offerings. Col. I. M. J limn, of ll.t poiiiiill ill Ills system begun to be few months. Two of the children nre bounty, mm bete WcdiiBsdny. Aged iitire .Martin Lnwsou lowing men ns cundnlntes for the of-- I school fur the Deal' cIcmii Iiui if I'.lmtwlle ciled Ihe sale and kept manifested Hint night nud he grndu-t- i row convalescent nt the home. Mrs. Drown irate J. It. lister .22."i. ce of coiiticilmen: JL I). Elmore, .Mr. mm .11 rs. a. ii. .mokiuiicv tho latter show hdiei- foiin thtiii lv ,iink unto the end Thursday. ?IiMire had been ill but a eompani- - ;lune relumed fioir. u week's visit to things mnviiiir nt all time. The list A. T. Nunnellcy, E. T. Pence, Jr., Sorrel mare Win. I'ndeiwooil they did in Ijie game here last week, of ales ih'ring the day was ns fol Shortly nfter the operation, .Indite li.el.v slmrt lime, nr.il passed away ' I7.V.0. , J. IL l'owell. II. F. Rout and C. O relatives at llrnilfordsville. much of the hurd work for Stanford told n six nside nnd lows. i n'led Dr. O'Hnunon o'clock Wednesday morning. Onocll. Sorrel uiariaJ. II. Foster .j'2:i.. . J. Adams wns in Stanford on will he done hy the Mibbstilutcs, and Illaii,: yen-lins not .1. W. The funeral service were conducted bun Hint hi"' iiuiiii' inn re mule to J. W. Oiqiosijig thnn are a number ot Hay mare J. H. WootU in his cur. the regulars saved for I hit ihan.jiioii-shi- p I'rci-imit bilk, which he hnd ghen to the .1.T5. well known citizens who nre runnt the Crab Orehiird cemetery Tbiirs Day mure E. I Woods .fJO.'i. Mev-rs- . Logan Hubble mid lloim game. Hiouii yearling mare mule to .1. authorities when shot mid eiiptun'd ilny allejiioon by Mr. .1. C. .Met'lar MeKeehnie were heie Drown ntnre K. I. Woods f'JJO. ning us thrt Law ami Order ticket, Satuiday. The giiire against the'C. U. Fresh, . Freemmt f1.'l(). t King's Moiuitniii for selling wlus-- l of this city. Defore her marring,, j rut! are promising a more rigid Drown mare R. C. Docker .?10."i. Mr. Fred Jefferx. who has been in n.eii here Inst Tuesday was a nice unlawfully. He said he li.ul gt Pair earling linr.sn mules to W. to Mr. Moore. Mrs. JIooic was n ( olorado for soiie months, is bomu old Jack Jas, Woods xAO'y. of the laws of the city, one. and Stanford played 'nf top rn mi assumed name hi tlmt his Sbivell. and everyone who knew her, ery much improwd nnd his many I'. (Irinies .f'JlO. Oray mare Jus. Htirnside $i(i.". if they nre elected eoiincilmen. They speed. Many of the visiting eleven Yenrliitir horse mule to .1. II. Itaugh family in Versailles might not kunC admired her sweet Christian ilmrne-ti-- t. friends hope he will soy they are determined to clcntt up Hay mare Crit Eubanks f I.'IO. be nble to were subs on the regubit C. IJ. Vur-sit- y he hnd 1 10.- his trouble. He Mini thut inn u Slip wns n model wife iin.i t:ie blind tigers mid lo nrtke StanJennet and eplt J. T. Haekley $'Jo. here. ontenin, ho that the showing the m mfe mid ehild liung there, but leiirliti!! horse imile to J. H. mother mid her loss is truly u srent ford a law abiding city in every M. 'J. MrCormiii-i in I.cxinutoi-thi- s local lads made against tbim was llaugbtiinu ly HI en-- e of bis dinlh were they to one to her family. She. wns'a particular, if elected. The Law nud fnith. week. very fine. Mike Penny wns back in i..',mI. Yi titling I.. If lit! lived, lie said. ful membiT of the Christian church. to J. II. aui re mule Order picket will tindouHjedly reIhe game, at 'his old position henind In- woii.d be nble to take enre ot liiiiichi'iau ceive a big majority of the white HUBBARD'S PROMISES ' was Jim.-.- , Yearlimr inn re untie f. lie Mid thut Dr. Sublilt. to J. H. Volts in 'Stanford, ' the question of HUSTONVILLE NEWS tme of the game. He scored three Ibiiigbmnu n puNMHent pnielion-- . ol the election bunging upon whether Are Not Fooling People In Race Ror of Ihe lot als' touchdowns. He will und YearHua horse mule to .1. II. r tin re, wit his btolher-iii-liiMr- -. there nre enough colored voters Ileltie Mr Kinney, of Stan-folThe Legislature. be a mighty hard man to stop in , oul.l he notified if m.jlbtn liii-td- . Isiitghtnnn ? 10- who approve their stand ni.d their is the ue(t of MUs ,,i,.f Yearliiej mare mule to Oeorge I'tic Lexington triune. Tom ami liar- - platform to vote for them and put this week. Much interest is being inuu.fi ie,l bo lot inn- Rankin .si.'.ll. Tim scmo jut befme ll.cm over. The .ludidatus on the Misses Ennui nnd Mary .Voith in the race, since showed up splendidly, and with Will whImiYetiilitur ninro imile to Knbe-- t liait the inftnoiu) of vcre in Slmiford Saturday Init. ii.ij.-i- ii Ijiw and Order ticket are Dr. YV. D. Ed. Hubbard announced as n camli-ilul- e McCaity hack in the line, it was , Morol.irt fur iitirntnw, ww indeed O'lJiinuoii, J. C. .McClary. John S. Mis InHnmla Lutes is visitiuy uguiiist Will Shanks ,nml op- kin llo. greatly strengthened. The local Inds Yenr'nig hcrse niulo to .1. W- - If ' Wiin nnd eitwriaUMl ii'lativm hrrr. i pathetic one. Di.iigbmaii. Endiry Ilenzley. .1. A. position l him hns put the ileum-- ( have aboi.t the hest football team DAKOTA kin $W0. JACK, yet wut iW I Allen and IL C. Arnold. '..in -- Mtrerinf. t '.tom It. Rout has .relumed Mia itic Im ibins to work with .1 this season they have ever put in Yearlimr botve m'ule to ('. Shank- The Northwestern Cow Boy , ji,ni.-- l to the table, frtMH whirh he fnun m plenant visit to Mis. E-- t There are two tickets for eity lUder"' Hubbard is mi.king the field nnd their local ndtairors . nri-befor he !! r. trht I'ope. of Danville. o per-on- .il ennvn . oer the coiinly sn.: "I am giving the people of i.re looking for, iheni to bring the coiincilmen in Hustonville also, one hni-- e mule Lee Kankiii known as the Law and Ovdir ticki.il cut M'iMMIilftft, Iw turned to I?r. Mi. W. D. New hern i in Iom. S'.tiil'oid and Lincoln 1ukiiie at diffeivnt points, hut bis Yiiiriftu: the hack from Lexington. et nnd ompc. snid: (). ,. the other as the People's ,i.h ut.r. Mini iu if ebMt villi for n few da.w with her dauicb-In- -. ifcnnl is s(, iiiiwilitngi- ol my hie tiu.e stuih Known tbnt it is -Yearling tiiareiiule to Oeorge Kan Whin tli rdl W i ailed up Yti-U- r. ticket. W. II. Lair is a candidate Indian-;.- " Mr, .loe Me Jveawen. Hot believed he will he able to fool turning the " Jack alii ay. RELIC OF DARK AGES well nlf b tknr. wun't v?e. o.i the Law and Older ticket for Po. Mr. ami Mm. Ilnihy Hill u.'ie in enough piople beforo election time, km .1:I7..)0. t "If you love n dollar better ihtin Yearling horse imile to C. Shanks good health, I T lie-- Judge mid George llrndley for lih our city hr a few Ihuii rhuixln.' lo iHiike u showing auiiist Sliiinks, don't want your dolIs Danville Workljouse, Says Gov. Ui It Wv .fll2.:0. A. id tji City Marshal, neither haling oppotit t.. Misses l.ois Willis nail Marie Ynii-e- who will iindniibtedlv be elected. Tin. lar, the next 'JO da. Sliugtus Willson in Tcrhune Case Yearling hore nuilu'tii C. SluinKs ieHHied, mill hn ji.red HwiMtM- - w sition on the other ticket, though S:itllliln III Dmi.'illc spi-n- t fact that Hubbard is makini; his iV Tsuiuer. druggists, will sell a 15 fl'JO. .a- - j.'.im- - np Ytintlrr to nirawer L'obert Ashley is running indepenA hiv the preacher wiis cmiinaigu on such planks us d.l.s' ireatiuent of the great Indian 0". WilNon UJvu the city of dently for City Mtirhu!. The canYearling marc n.nle to .Mitchell in- - i .m .) is called in thr irem mid Thut's-dit- y uiviiiK niir Morelmid las; Ileitis tin jl mid will give wiih cticli ii day for work on the Danville a severe arraignment in didates for the Doaitl 1 : i. ml i.M cull. of Trustees heenme frbteiHd nt a tin rli - county ronds, which he could not Taylor j ".."ill. package n bottle of Cow l.oy Lini-ine- discussing the condition of its city of Hustonville on the Law mid Or- -, I." Jud.i Yeatling horse mule to Lee K.itikin enrs in.' lent him- - nnd h hmu nbittil olT. The aui- - Ipossihl obtain, if ibcleil. shows the Do you si. fl'ni- with mil in connection with the lt)2..iO. der ticket nre (3. C. Kific, Join. II. .f u pc. who tippenied in l.iueohi nil irinl lo Imp over a picket to which he is soine. after Iiliiiamatisiii, Dlood Ownsc., Stom-n- i et.se of Ky lu Tcrhune, ot that city, KilTc, E. it. Powell, S. 0. McKin-ne- y mid hcuii lli'lice along the roadside, but be- - ..Tcs. Other plunks in nis N'air yeatling innr nmlos to Oeo. 4 ttmit ii slmrt titnc ut. Ii, Kidney. Liier, Nun on. or platform vim was sentenced to scre n term Mt liiic'" illieitl and Mack Pen vy house. .illii'u whirk on one of the ic.sls up' eiiially as meanbuglesR. ami are Ifankin $'!u.'i..'ii. it tut' itnp.iled Trouhlus? That's iai In. hi the lowir htistile. The governor I'air Yearling horse mulo n. n. diiiit IIl--i its ,ire for. Do nu Ah told Iwfote, Sijniix' n id The candidates for Tiustces of Viis so badlv injured I hi. I it only being advocated in an effort to iuiw nliised to grant a pardon u I 'iistuimllc to on the People's; ticket Smi.1. ton obtiiimd Hksiiw pnmf uf.fl( (0 ),,, Killo.l. those whom he thinks do not Holt7claw .fJr.-'iO- . lleadiiehc, Toothiit-he- , Earache, and condemns the city for per- nic D. J, New hern, A. M. Five, UnwYen i ling horse mule In R. E. mtmiiI h- - 'in. diiinc. and then Deputv j Stev-k.io,.rtrtrs. stone and James nnv better. pains in the bnekf Are you mitting the continuance of stub a ind Cimnitz, J. G. Weathirford and Oninrs f HO. ShM.rr T. deaf or hard of hearing.' Do you SPLEND?d"aTTRAOTION COMES TO OPERA HOUSE ON NOV 10. place. He declares the workhouse I.'. IL MeCormuck. Yeatling hnre mule to' ifobeit posse of in ii to aricsi linn, the ot ever get u hum, bruise, sprtiin, is n relic of the dark age. nnd unIn ('rub Orchard theru is a PeoUrine 1HI). tire sH'd to IliVe eiwounlereil tiiiin. or sore in mty wayt This lit Tor human habitation. Terlumc, ple's ticket and a Citizens' ticket. Two year old nunc nuilij to Kohl. (ilniiiilfyn rifllivorin to "it s.uiie i. what Cow Doy Liniment is for. .i young tuiiii of piud f.imily, was Tim cUhiliilutcs for Hoard of Trtis-t.'iinto the j)lnce win re .luild wns oi i. fN".."i0. Nou-iuhf'JOIh is the la- -l dav of rSlftflBlLw aalllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllH eoiiviettd of llllilieiotis sllootillg, Yearling hor-- e mule to I v . Hi.rk-v- r ij.Iiov. and while tlit- - were ji'ilsnb oi: the former are Col. James out- - ndicilisiug sale.' l!aing Hied n bullet into the leg oi Guest, (J. 1. ,yne, I J. K. Funis-. t!27.r0. tie est Mnd out u rear way nml nt t Create Soap. u negro. He wii8 sentenced to It! E. Perkins; and George II. IJfirris. Yi'iulingMioise mule to It. D. Ilollz-i'hl uwil.v. One of the leuipled Hi Do ynu use Soapf Do you lane months in the workhouse, but wns The candidates for Trustees on $110. f i In rs of the inisse. who is said pimples, black heads, splotches, LIHISBkkJLwilfLiH-BaiaLIIIIIIIIIIlister fiiimclcd of robbery and that the Citizens' ticket are Dr. Tun yenr old in.iie mult to Adntu W. . to be ipiite n young man, fired on humps, .u.d tough faces ! Dois your Durgiii. IL L. Collier, II. D. Cmnj-bel- i. Vine U '. l.nti with bis shotgun mid the man nie is now pending. .tir ever full mil f Have you (lan 1'ifo l. old inunijimli; o II. D. J. S. Duke and Horace :roiiped with tin load in his aaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaB drail in your linirf Do your bauds Itolts-dawGREAT CAMPAIGN OFFER. . $177..'i(i. lie died bo to'd t' . mm. Jnt before tefiougb in wiittet- nml ettick open? Iliitsu nml.i colt Mitelu-Tnylor Do you shave, shampoo I'oetm- - (hat he was running wbviis or take a AiTiirfgetuentd bnvc been eom- - HERE IS A REMEDY THT ('"id. back toward the tnun when be was ThntV wb.it CrtnK So.m i. CURE SKIN AND SCALP wnercuy wo are eiu.iiie.l to lltue mule eolt Lee Ifankin H Mint but it is understood that this ,.,,' ftu.n-.- K he. bs barks Ts'tiut w ,luily Courk.r.jourmll Hlltil AFFECTIONS. ' ,.., eolt offw t Horse denied hv those who weto presei-f,0. And We Can Prove it. ...... ....o. .... ..in....,, tn, usiii, j nu December tlO. 1011 and THE IN Horse mulo coll 11. D. llojtyeltr.v Tho Penny drug store snys to ev- 11 that a full inis probable enkes flee nt Shugnfs & Tanner's very person be it lnan, woman or bO. vestigation of the whole nffnlr will - ..... x. .. .l..l .v .. .miv. nisi nay imtri only $1.80. Tho regular price of child who has an irritated tender inlloivo inula colt Sam Kmb,y L'.ot) J,,,, fleorgo I'. Dright be made. Coroner ((ft. flamed, itching SKIN or SCALP, you im, n. fio ,,,,, Mine mule colt K. Duimgau $107.- The next nttriution nt the Stun, popular prices have buou made, for decided not to hold nu iiuiicstNsny-in- g .,,;-- A Ihe Courier Journal is 50 cents u need not Httffcr another duy. "We ,v,,(mclt f 1( mouth. This is a reiuurknblu offer, have n refined skin preparation that for the ford Optra House, in tin splendid the evining. J.'i mid .l.'i cents with ."ill it was. n ease more strong body nicaus a strong muni. mid the sooner you send in your or- acts instantly nud will bring you IT.,is.e iioili, cult It (3 f!.,v..r n.10. . (vl,t" ,or u'sm'l', K;,lls' A "I""' trand jury than for the Coroner. " Lyceum couiBe, the first number of swift and sure results. der the longer you will get tho Courfor tho lenimning four Mure mule eolt to Geo. Huiikin rati' "f Dr. O'llatinon telephoned to One warm bath with ZEMO SOAP FRUlY AND SHADE TREES. . whiiih was Chair.! ('.irKV Iciluie, ier Journal. Tho political campaign nnd one application of ZEMO und iittriietioiis of (hu Lyi-euto the mnnV relnlives, mid siuson fl'iO. will be tin. Mendelssohn Quartet mi ,. ,,,,, is on, keep posted by rending tho I. J you will not suffer another icouieiit w Mute mule colt J. II. Woods $It!7.- lMn nuuU ,,y they nre OTpecled to come nfler Ihe Shrubs, Asparagus, Rhubarb, Peoni- - All ordcrti must be sent to tho Inter- mid von will soon see a cure in sight evening of musienl cntfitninnu-n-t U.v One 'of (ho very best shows ever r.o. I'ody. ZEMO mid ZEMO SOAP nre provlis, Roses, Phlox, etc. Everything ior Journal not to the Courier Jouren cures for every form of skty or four talented men arlisU, They seen here will bq tbnt of Reno, the mulo colt Jas. Williams for orehurd. lawn nnd garden. No Muro 'Agents. Our iriees muy interest nal. affection. Thoy me sold by The L !., entries moro farm nnd cnmXi on the ovening of November 10 Mngieiati, who comes on November $1 17.50. you. Fteo Catalogue. one lending druggist in every city other This is a splendid attraction und n 21th, soon nfter the Mendelssohn sale ndvertising thnn nnv Horse mule colt Ii. D. Holtzclaw Twenty thousand people rend eneb ,,r town in America nml in Hi F Henmeyer & Sons. . lountry paper in Kentucky. Thero's big crowd will undoubtedly attend ns Qimrlct. .fU7.50. - ii I 4 1. ft Liinston K- -. reason. a ULIND TIGER OPERATOR DIES FROM SHOT WOUND MRS. VARD MOORE DIES AT CRAB ORCHARD. eimoii mid (lilnioro-ltiirtdIm foot bull a"""' Snt-iirdu- y. ul heM-kiiiKcijht-.eur-old I f in ,. hwtM-nwnr- I y Ntin-nellc- . ng flli-'.M). J - wMBMM Tfm,lfnV--mnVlifHi7r?gt- ii'r d, 1 repre-entnlu- - ncr Jl rl'-,J.5- - Ji, e ln ndvo-(.itin- g 1 1 ut . Ter-liiui- Neti-i-tilgi- ti, w SIMiKh.i.W.I. s SawliiwHHHHHLHLHI Iii-i- HHHiHKMH r -s , w 1 bl FnT .tfiHaWMtiH M-a- r Ktu-wel- - - lthf 1 V"; j -- ... .uU,vv...,.ulw,IIICa.,r ., ,..., Yer-aill- cs ,,.. . Snf THE INTERIOR JOURNAL. i STANFORD. KENTUCKY. V CASH FOR ACCOUNTS AND NOTES comes easily nnd direct when you pin e tlem with its for collection. Wo nmko collections nml look nftnr Cnnndn, nml olnima rinywliere in I he I'nitcd Stiitr- llnnk reference. ml make no chnrgo unless wo collerf. Correspondence Invited. MAY'S COLLECTION AGENCY, The Im'ierior Journal. Established 187i M. 6HELTON 8AUFLEY,...Publlther IN ADVANCE The Fountain Head of Life Is The Stomach A man who Ins n vrcak properly dlgrtt lii food weak and inipovetiilicd, insufficiently nouriihed. maHcn tho nod Impaired t imacli and wlio Jim- not will ronn find tint ll blooj liim become nnd that lilt wliolo bw'y i t'lprtverly and . II Kentucky. A YEAR 8TRICTLY Somerset, Entered nt tho toatotdco nt Stan ford as second class malt. - ARE YOU -- - Democratic Ticket. Tor (lovcrnor James H. McCreary. Kor Ltout governor B. J. McUonnctt For Treaimrer Tlios. 8. Ithea. For Secretary of State U. K. Crece mis. Vor Attorney (Jcncrnl James QarnctL Knr An.litfir II. M. Hotwnrtli Kor Stnto Superintendent of Schools t'o MARRIED ? To one Clothing tlnrkdalo llamlett. Comtnheloner Apiculture Nowmnn. J. W, ntxolultly (rce (rom alcohol and all injurious, hubit.forminit drnjti. All It in(rrdlcnl are printed on i nr.iper. It tt.. i no itlalionihlp with tecrct Iradcri in all (he chuuU o( mxlnimt. In ccry ingredient it cndurW l.v medicine. Don't ncciTt n, secret nostrum at siilnlitulo for thi yav Nfummiai, lluy mint know of emedy oi inon coxiroiiTiiiN. .Ask 'iitht in your ov.ii neijIirMirhond. many cure made by it during p.nt 40 World's Ditpensary Medical Aiciation, Dr. It V. I'lflr,c, Pre., HulTalo, N. V, nliimiui tmn&, iirumutrn tko Hon' of digestive Ivlic, ivMurc.t the lint appetite, m.iAra the liver antl aaslmllat'oi nirtect. Invigorate purlllc and enriches the blood. It In the tlrcat blood' maker, antl rvatortilvo nerve tonic. It nuikrn men stromi In body, active l.t t.tlnd and cool la ludtjrment. TltU "Dioery" ' '' pure, lrccr!c ctrnct c' American medical roolt, Slcnli-h'illdc- Dr. ptt:nor' r t.r.t: Mi:manv oseorctr t n-Oo- v. o o o o o o 0 o & 000000000000000 00000000000000(1 vV 0 o 0 a o 0 0 & O 0 o ie o o 0 i timc-provc- n OVERCOATS aaaearaaaaaaaararaBaaaBaacaaaaBaannaaac!E9i 0 0 0 'en. dealer? It you are we can not help you. If you are free, tie up with us this season and you will become wedded to our suits. There is only one way in which we can make you ;r realize the worth' and value of " i . jX s8-- f ' . w M-- Pile of Style Clothes m Wj gp i - ' J That is to letfyou examine them; note the careful finish and the perfect fit. You will then be convinced that we stai e facts when we say they have arrived at the speed limit in style Pile of Style Clothes here. Greene, MVs. Truitt, of Junction City, IliiUrotMl Commissioner V. t r'or nuulo n visit to Min. Arthur Stntnm. Klnlr. For Circuit Judge Charles A. liar- School Iuh been Mipcmlc hero din. lor n few dnys on account of W. II. Shtf.iks. llcpresentntivc F being the comiimnily. J. II. Wolford wiis at Yoscniito on Ktl. Hubbnrd can't got a $1 n day S.itunltiy mid Sunday uttending n for workers on the county roads, logUlntur for loligioity meeting. not if he wont to the If. Youth? tins "old hs piwan. lib advocacy a thousniul year, 'orw mid moved into the hoitws with i airaly an efthat in hi platform hio dnothter at Hnrgin, m fort to fool nml oatrh few Yt4,f-Ti.Mix. George Aikens Imw nijurowl oonrt o Lincoln couniy ficnl lo Iter Itorae in Somemet. . ia tl truly jKiwer that onn pay ihc, Ir. Iiuie Dougherty, wifa of far working the county raac. Tsi J:rry DaagJtcrtv, of Iligfi Hrktf, fiaaul court in romiioaed of thrw ro homo of her futhJr. publican and oae democrat, and th died at the Nathan IHtchnnan, Friday,. Oct. 37. lit worker on lBtrablicana awn Mie had only .been epnAnU to Har county roads $1 a day or $2 a day hrd about three weeks Ahen death if they wih. Let "lllder" lliibbard to her relief. The deetiaaeri do tome work with them instead of e.ime rns 120 yoan old and leave a Irvine to fool the piplo into betternnd two .small childton behind ing tlmt he can get them pay for tn mourn their low which is tier work on Iho roads hy being elected eternal gain. She was n du voted (o the legislature. Christian nnd nil her acquaintances were her fnum!;?. Her many Queer Cure for Consumption. . traits arc misacd b.y us who papers anSome of the Kncllsh nounce the accidental discovery of appreciate Godliness nnd purity of what appeared to be a euro for con- heart. Funeral services were held sumption by means of tho nmraonlatcd gases generated In tho production of in Moore's choolhono Sunday nt maggots for fish b&U In an establish It A; M., by Itev. Jiunos l'.dwaid-i- . United of ment near nradford. Th nrksvillc, in the presence of a States consul at nradford, In a report to Washington, snya: "While engaged large concourse of friends nnd rel- In this work. It Is' said certain per nines. Interment in the Junction sons known to be suffering from tuber City cemetery. regained their health.' culosls have scar-liitintt For Clerk Court of Appeals It. U lown, hns been Mailing iy plnce will nttcud. Itev. Jenkins, of Louisville, is insisting 1'nslnr Mnhnn In a revival nt this place. Tho meeting began Inst Sunday and will continue several dns. .Mis Irene Ahlridge, the attractive diiughler of Mr. nnd Mrs. M. 0. Aid ridge, rrlaincd n itartial stroke of pantl.Ys'i" n few diya ago. An py and (he tongue are tho wemlH'rB lOCMllr affectetl. We arVflad lonoto ru ifflttrorairhnrt in her condition at tbm writing; Mcirr(. .1. I). Srope ami Hofceri Oiven. of Uneoln eoatrty, bare ith after a. ahort ' atay " friend" at thi (ilaee. A number of anr ritUrna anjored th fplindid apeecki marl by Meck'ium nt Ianrantcr Saturday We arenow showing the 0 0 handsomest overcoat stock & 0 we have ever carried. 0 0 O 0 0 0 0 0 ... ... V.f 0 0 0 V.' .. 0 0 hu-bn- 187 ACRES OF FINE LAND AT PUBLIC 0 0 SALE! 0 Our $10, $15, $20 and $25 0 Long Rain Coats are as good as 0 ... thermarket affords. We are al- 0 so showing the new handsome 0 ; ... GABARDINES 0 at $17.50 and $20. A medium 0 length tan and grey coat' at $20 0 0 and $25 are very dressy and 0 our Black Silk Lined, Silk Fac- 0 0 ed Coat at $25, is simply a & beauty. Come in and look at its. ,i them. public ale on. Saturday. November 4th. 1911 at 1 o'clock sharp my farm of IS" acres locuted on tho IliHtmiviHe and MiiKinncy turnpiKc, ono mile from MeKinnev nnd three mile- from llns- tonville. This land is in n hish state of cultivation, house of soveu rooiiw. of cultivation ; house of seven rooms and two porches never failing spring mid ttvo fiuo pomls on the plnoc three sjtock and one tobacco Imitt, teuunt liniihu of four room nnd all I - will offer at 0 0 0 v.r 0 0 0 0 0 H.J. McRoberis Stanford, Kentucky. - , . other 1 Imrj-f ld nociv-ai- y and quality. If you are wise you will do a little investigating-. W.E. PERKINS tCrab Orchard, Ky. JACK FROST Reminds us that we will have t have some mere new clethes, and we want to remind you that eur Fall Line is the best that yen 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 fit you at any price as we are sellirw about 208 suits at half MARKSBUFIY NEWS Waste Paper, to Buy Organ. A novel plan has been adopted by tho parishioners, of llanwcll (Eng.). Willie- - Hnslin bought a good milt. In order to raise funds for a new cow from Oeorge Kolley for $42. church organ. Th members of the congregation are now saving all their Mr. and Mrs. Joe Pollard enterwnsto paper, which will be( collected tained lnt Sunday ut dinner in honfrom tlmo to tltao and .sold In aid of or of a few fricndi. tho fund. . Harvey Aldridge'apmt a most, enjoyable and profitable day hut SatPUBLIC SAl,E! urday at the teachers' aaaoeiatioM, I will sell at my pl.ieo a mile nnd wliioli mat nt Cleto's Cliajmi. Mies Margaret Jeukina baa n hnlf beyond Carter'e Store oji the from Goorxetovra what &h Somerset pike on has beon to viit her cousin, Mlw 1911 Wednesday, Nov. 8 beginning at 10 o'clock, nbout 173 r.ucile Dawc?. .Mrs. I''ainie Pollard lias returned shocks of corn, in tho fluid; for entile this will bo cheap feed and lots nftnr a vi,it to reiuthes at Mt. ot good corn loddor cant be beat; Sulem, Lincoln couuly. She nko loue steer calf, 9 fattening hogs, made a short vit.it with Mr--. Hollo weighing between 12.") nnd 200 JJIiH, of Stanford Mr. Lancnstcr, of England, and pounds fine gilts somo with pigs 2,073 sticks of tobacco in tho barn, Mr. Joo Tugglc, of Virginia, are (his was grown on new land, one spending several days at tho home rubber tiro buggy and harness, one of Mr. Tugglo's parents. Mr. LanNo. 20 Oliver Chilled Plow, good as caster is snid to bo an organist nnd new; 2 cutters and one doublo shov- will give n recital at Danville tlus el plow, ono sled, ono rango cook evening. His repertoire will consist ptovo with six caps, cost $25 new, of a number of pieces of classical nnd hasn't been hurt any; one organ compositions. Several from this (his is a fine piece of fumituro and HENRY L. CASEY. D. V. S. has Swiss Hell stops; about 13 turkeys; somo chickens nnd other things too numerous to mention; nlso house Former Director Animal Industry Philippine Islands. hold and kitchen furniture. Inarlan llnltaH Stntnn Armu Terms, Cash in hand. Otflca LOGAN'S STABLE, rnon0 432, W. N. Maybrier, Asent American Hog cnolera Serum. . DANVILLE. KY. J. P. Chandler, Auct. Will iiKo stock ewe. colt, 1 outbuildings. iffer about Id bead of uiHtit, in foal lo aek mule, 1 mule ctJt, 1 1 d ld 0 ! 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 huggy bom, safe for Terms One-thir- women in one two ami count iutitallrnrntfi, Box 60. runt interest. H. F. Martin. Hustonvillc R. D. FOR SALE PRIVATELY. drive. eah, balance three yonrn, in leuriii ix ier t I 00000 0 0 0 -- PB-n 00 00 0 g i I laving da imreliHsed a farm ha cidod to ell privately niy nMrt of one at ISaekeye uonsk-tinsrurj evt!H room daeUmi:, I aeroa of land, good tobaeeo and m-k bant well, ewtirn, store bouse all nwcaa-snr- .v out liHildiuga one 'ot the beat stands fur store in Garrard. If vill rent. sold by December 1, d hemp or Also 70 acres of milis below tobacco Jauil 2 2 111 2 tmets Huckcvu 011 tube will or ns a whole, well watered ami fencj'd. Near Oiinns Chiipel. Richard I. Burton, g -I1 to V nCG. U. &. PAT. OFF. it THE BEST CAKE FOR THE TRY sll MONEY YOU CN GET. THEM. Huekeve. Kv. Kr--10 W. H. HiggiriSo Stanford Ky. Vtrinrln. Ex-Vete- r- Bring Your Prescriptions Here To Be Compounded PLENTY OF LUMBER ON HAND When Ji your physician has pre scribed a mcdlciuo for you to take, tho next important Mcp Is to have that prescription placed In the hand of a thoroughly reliable and competent pharmacist so It will bo compounded exactly as directed. Wo h.ivo gained an enviable reputation for always being very careful and painstaking In our compounding nnd feel that, lu nil justice to your own good health, you should bring your next prescrip tion hete. Here, too, you will find n complete and Inviting display of toilet articles, rubber goods, soaps, perfume, toilet preparations aud all standard remedies. For interior decorating we carry and recommend ALAUASTINE, the beautiful wall coating. Call and see samples of tints and ask us about it. PENNY'8 DRUQ 8TORE. ? '. price In order to make room for our big fall line. The home of Hart Schaffner & Marx all wool Clothes B0WEN NEWS P. C. Sandidgo will soon linvo his handsomo dwelling completed. Smtthwick and Mrs. Mnggio children, nfter hnving spent several rii.nnths hero visiting relatives, have i( turned to their homo in Louisiana. Qlliu CofTmnn is at homo after a short Blny in Marysvillo, Tnd, is visiting Mrs. Mulinn Ktisscll relatives in Junction City. A week's meeting was held recently in our schoolhousc by II. L. Pruitt, of Virginin. Hro. Pruitt left here with many warm friends on of his Godly lifo and J CONCRETING We are lu poiltton todo nil klndi of oon Hlock Work, l'uvemtiuli orating, luon and, la Inct, we can make any thing from houm down to a fence pott. We can tcrTt nrt-ol- i jroa promptly nnd gunnintte work nnd matcrlnl. Unll nnd gut our prlcei boore 70a buy your mnlerlnl ut leu it, for all purposes. So if ou want to build a house, a barn, a chicken Ciin)n,ii)S & Wearer?, Stanford, Ky. coop, a dog houso or n fence, cowo Wo have hero for the materials. I PHILLIPS BROS., Stanford, Kentucky all sorts and bir.ea in both rough pud finished lumber and if ity and price, nobody can. wo canqual- not suit you in kind, quantity, J. C. McClary J. A. ALLEN. a Stanford, Ky. aaM an tmmmmm aaaaa.iiiaa-aa- :, pIjIIIjI' FALL AND WINTER STYLES. utituplcA My now fall and uie now reuUy for jour lusnucllou. Thoy couinrUu tho best on tho market laLaLAl nt Will, McUtrr rented tho llolimnn UNDERTAKER AND EMBALMER j farm near Morclnnd for $1,200. STANFORD. - KY Mrs. George Statcm's cousin 01 Office Tnono 167. lioma Tbon l bis clothes madu U oiam, A anil uailu to vour menruie ti prefernble to ready made clothes, To unvo them made U u) ensure doenn't todt uuj more than ready iiinlo when quHllty and fit la conId rwl. Coiuu lu nud let me take your me'auru H. C. RUPLEY, Toe Practical Tailor can butt unyouo us to prlco who bud Stanford, Kentucky MiaMtaM.ifettiMMMraMmR'lKHmiB.-'WWBP Haa'WI MUm'HHf y.iiMTTr a . iiiiiiii""' gi x""1 wmw.. :.rr r yiM iiihwpTiWiiw ym . . -- . Illllll 'Tt ,J THE INTERIOR jnttRN AL, STAMFORD. KENTUCKY. We Do Not Claim To Be lis 2. mnDacrnmami ADVERTS EMENT W IFrf Pf flP FVm,,owHh are apt tobuysome-thin- g you don't need or never thought of buying. Our business is to learn your wants and buy the newest and best to olfer at a given price. You are invited to come to our store, compare values and make your choice with our guarantee that the goods are as represented or your money back. Our stock was never as large or values as low as at present. We have just been to the cities and replenished our stock and we have a new stock of Suits, Cloaks, High Top Shoes, Silks, Fancv Suitings, Poplins, Underwear, Blankets, Etc. that-you who make a study of these two arts might make an article look toD good and the pries so low alesme miMmiuMiMMMM mum ijiwu-ai- -i V i STANFORD, KENTUCKY. I.ct every ili'iiiof utt n to tlie poll TiHtMnv nnil li Iih iluly by itiimpin;? !! Iiinl. i it; lit under I lie F0WDI BAhsoluiely Pure? .i Makes Home Baking Easy No other aid to the nouscwifo is so great, no other agent so .1- - useful and certain in making delicious, wholesome foods The only Baking Powder made from TUFINERSVILLE. j The iiii'inber of the fioluxil im- leugue ile-iFor Sale My Iiwimi I'.r 1I.1111 priiveineiit 'iided )he rr iu to thank nil (M:' J1I10 att street. 11. C. itnugliir.Hn. Hilpjicl, or Fur Snlo. (IimmI froili 'iir. A. I.. helpi'd 111 any waj. St. i uritlcn, Stanffir.il. Mi-- " Kthel S11111I1 of iipur Htan-t'un- l, 'llw Cml) Orehanl rhiml tax i in t duo. Tie boakaarv hi iih frnb ie!ttd( MixHe Aimin and Ora Uuhiiri) Pankitif t.'wopain ot'ficr, Sundaaky Bwalay. I..it. Ovrrrmt In SaiteiiMir; ' ami all awing tWa lax uill pleima f..r return to li. C. NufinaWey. lint. Henry Oooch and Urn. Ar-- 1 u. J4. til nt.i Mttkt at on..', Ijickty, 'fraaaarrr. 1 Wililama of Kiajr'a Motaitain vw- Jtrd Mr. 4nd Mw. J. W. CkwHi Ust Lost An open fwe gajd watch:. FOR SALEJ ((iii. Reward j' ini' mi it reek. B4-- '' My ami in ilataviH, Ky.. 2 2 !..r return to Mat Mer. Mr. John CaaipbeB ia in (rasa rc well fenced, fcafcae mining ' mataa tweidt autr .ml tmth Mnntana. scire or Ohio C?fT or Touaa. I( I.wm OarirtT. " nom, 3 potvtiM einttrn . i! never . p Mc If. F. Martin nnd family rirt- , ., wmmw wi- - w " - TT" HHK J. a. w. ma inning en ni aoor, gotHi turn una iit.l Mr. W. P. Martin Siu.lay. utivt of IktWl.. m r. j. other iwpaaaary oulbi.iLt.ngn. Mr. Re Hudson and homily hn-0. "'W Tm. . loreil to T AaMk Uttatonwllu, Ky. SJ-- lt Hiuic.ciM. riwMK "j miwr-I f Mr. Cecil Slannins iniled , Mi-- nn rfirbwiIMtAT. hiA. l . IM. f JnHf. rf thk Mk --, I.ct in (oniniil your . w. aLR.Mv. IVItie lioifera at- - iJanville Sunday. ituc. engine anil avuiil colli wenther if M. II. Iteynold-- i viiited Prof. " intcmiitr D. Itallmi. una cturrt. oirr n troubles tliiti winter. ot ll lttMtW ocxin lh Wt W munu ufUr ... i l:w linmcfolks nt Ktibnuks Snttirdny (.lu twnl lef lillmwilh. trrr.4. COToiKlo.O P. J. CIIIJMJV .'.mi Sunday. IteM hv all DntMMl. TM. ina lor ronnipiiiin. Tkt iun-- i Pay joiir city tux now. Six per I itlli J'rnnccs 'Miin'li.. has b.i'.n emit will be added Nov. 1st. IS. I). ' very ill with diptherm, but is very 80-tpie iupper at tlw Carter. T I u re "ill Iih i"i.eh "mproved. uelioollioiinf Snlunliiy nwjtht j ''""" Sajr--. j AIv liolnu on Miller nirii'i. rrn riiciiciiiiiTKcr. eaters. In all colors and sizes for ladies, miss- es and children. ' rrn-- ..I Children's from 50c to $2. Ladies' from $1 to 2.5"o. Toques from 50c to $ . 1 .$ fr ja mTimTAmlSmTmnll tnn IVJ'ZSXmmi&ZttESll 1 We handle- - only goods of quality and guarantee prices. I.-nngto- Hugties9 Martin & Co;, Stanford, Ky. ii nhi .... rnr f. T.K-ta-- r 7 Krobh Oybters jubt received. Fields lirox., nt Jesse LynuV old stand. tn Kvurybmly U 11 library. idiiio ami holp 11 sooil tmu. 'flier.' There is a great difference in life wii. lie hovorttl reeitntiww on the insurance policies. Mutual Benefit nigrum. I can show ' Policies are superior. No No A . m. :you. Why not nuy tnc best The greflitM etarrli doetor in Hew In ml Atjent. :lic worW' ia llyouwi. Jaat bronthu Gi it. 0. li. Powny guarantees it for I iui pajing highest prices for 1 proachiitg eleetioli to the Cir-ni- il eatnrrh. SOCIAL antl PERSONAL aailufw. errwp, hhh:1h. 1'resli eK8, chickens and all kirus Fioldrt l!io., of lountry piXMluce. .ludjisUip next 1..onil.i. wiluoat n.d m eatanliul diafnena. Oal-IStanford nt .Tom L mi's old stand. V. 0. Iunu, of ot)Meition. Mr. aitp Mr. $t. Sepimt bottle M eeuU. , , Mr. Hutu- - Moon uf Liberty, w , liattotirtlle, were her this week. U. I). C. pin with Confed-'- l i' iruei f Iter daughter Mr. W. . I wilt KowHii Sautlty hiiI Udnml effta ftn- sale Ia lha liigti-o- cruto Hag in eolors; reward for WUkinaoo. in IuuviU. aMer um county court day Novto tlii. odlea'. Miti Sue Wunrr ha rtAumed ember IS, 1911 fha haaraK ot ilo'U-ikJ. n u Uximf-tIt. J. MeiUiberU y nontlw' nuit to rv aiater, from a tar State Bank & Trut Co., . I): an baiiMn. Wor 011 tho new deiKit prupred-upao- u Mm. kie Hay, at Deer Creek, linH-aa- a. Gnmi. Mtvmty K- - 8. Aleorn pent TW- daring the Jt;iant woathe". ' tot UwkvilU. !:iy nud VdnUy i busy Tba oonntinction Jar and Mr. J. T. Jtlaakmship anl " 'fkt 1. J4 affite ha beau mighty Aln.. W. - MeCwty 1 hMk bvm the kupportiiig .timbers for fiuaily have returned from luievilli ltuy tMa weak printing t Imllots y t AtetlMkniW. n thr wmIw' to make their hotae here in ,h fti- - for tb akMtioM uaxt Tuaaday. The tiio roof, rliioh will b on within a in health. MMWwIuit improve 1nU ory few days, in ordpr to jirotei-(Mr r ballflt tkia year la a tery Iai'K one, Her. W. & TUIi ami rtunter, Lie lower iecomplete portion from kix ttrkaU Wing in the field. Mhu UU WUH. wf IliMtdnTille. any dnuingu by ram. This build- - ' SHOUT LOCALS. i'ng is going to be one of tho nicest vere here a fthttrt tiimt m btfiiie 'I 'here will be puuchiujr nt the things in an mlvirlisiug way Slun- thin wwk. nntl rye frwiU Ktveh uyatara, Hubble Christian ehureh next Sunhn returned trom bread at t I f!ovr,! Chnrf--v Ute SO-- IL tnril lias ever auiuiatl niul to-- . day afternoon bv Kcv. I). JI. Walker. 11 any nice things eaiinot be Mud oi' X. C, wlin he eomUict-- r (lolillion. il u. vry micownfiil Kontunky liofwe tho L. & N. for giving it to us. Judge Walker ha sout word that We nro prepared to install hot uiul inula sale. Ho .ill n ivc his lie will not ho huro until next water nnd hot air heating, plumbing fhwily thoro to bpeml the winter, ns to bi'iiiii the November term 81-t- f. cac, Conn Ilro.s., Lancaster, le will operate 11 wholesale mule ot' court. warkct ilurinj; this winter. NICE HOME FOR SALE Hanlin, of Ion. ChnrlPH-A- . A cottage, with fix rooms, out The hiiow up in Jlinncsota nnd necompnnifd by lit1 broth olhor northern points brought almost buildings and two ncrcrt of land. Apply to Mary T. Jones, Lebanon, r, Mno(lln Hanlin anil hcveral oth-- r zero weather to Lincoln county this Marion County Ky. friemU was hero a short while i"rok. YTtJnctiday, havin.c como over in a Gainrs' Insurance nakes tba fuwetor car. Mr. Hardin is already Hooker's and ture j;roT brighter. 'Pin ne him ut Ust. lletwecn J. 8. 80. 2. hems congratulated by his host of 1. M. M'Koherts' on Somersot pike Iancnstrr. black hancV nap containing a purse frieaea orer the district oTtr hid Special program for Friday nnd and a pair of K"l.l rinimod (.pec tncles. Finder please return to First Saturday nights nt the opera house National Hank. Royal Grape Cream of Tartar turn Lime Phosphates S5?2 Ko. till. The prneveik will ' f"" 'HAKES LIFE'S WALK EASY" initl 1 m liVff ?..f yfflay,:, l' . SWPf 1b I t M r A. W I ' 1 a P KvVt."i r ,J.-.a- . '. till!j.j 1 is easy to convince yourself 11 .. ra m$$ iroi'.v.iK nk. n:-- . "X MJ that the "CROSSETT" is far the best made at any price. We are showfoq about thirty styles in all K are the - at I..t Two Great Creators of Energy Energy means power power to work, to think, to throw off and keep off disease. Get all. the sunshine you can, and take n leathers. Patent, Tan, Gun Metal, .Velvet. Vic! Kid In Lace anil Button In the new hiqh toe. Come in antl qet a pair while we have your size. 1 r ii-e- colt's Emulsion regularly. It will give you strength, flesh and t SAM ROBINSON I L vitality. Be gure to j Stanford, Ky. I I it's the Standard and alway the bett. fff SCOTTS d ' r AW DKl'C.I.ISTS wxmtmsPBC! jir.'ii,"!".v n 19 nflnVSv j U Pi Wed-nwil.- iy jjtAl H fli M m " Har-leJibur- jr, BREAD And if you want omJ bread wder Bauqhman's No. I Fancy Patent Flour from yaur rcer. He will charge you osly 75 cents for a 25 POUND SACK and yaur family can live a whole week r langer on It. See how little it cast te five If you will EAT BREAD made of Bauqhman's flour. YOU CANT BEAT IT, Every sack guaranteed to be STRICTLY FIRST CLASS. On sale In every nrocery store In Stanford, and the malarlty ef the stores in the county. A HEALTHY, HAPPY OLD AGE , May be promoted by those who gently cleanse the system, now and then, when in need of a laxative remedy, by taking a descitspoonful of the ever refreshing, wholesome and ttuly beneficial Syrup of Figs and Elixir of Senna, which is the only family laxative generally approved by the most eminent physicians, because it acts in a natural, strengthening way and warms and tones up the internal organs without Threo reel Friday ud Saturday i.ijjts at the imhtii house. Wanted 2 bird dogs, pointers or net .'5 tirs preferred, must not ho over ptauneh and jears old, K"i rangers, would not object to lelriesurs. prioo paid for S"d dop.. Keu-Honn- An Innovation in Oil Heaters The Perfection Smokeless Oil Heater, with its drums enameled in turquoise, is an ornament to any room, whether in the country or city home. No home is quite complete without a Perfection Oil Heater. It is a necessity in, the fall and spring, when it is too warm to start the regular heating apparatus, and too cool to be without heat. In the midst of winter it is often convenient as un auxiliary heater, as there are always some cold corners in a house. The enameled heater always presents a nice appearance, as the enamel will not tarnish or bum oil. It is not an "enamel paint," but it is the ume as die enamel of your cooking utensils. The Perfection is the most reliable I J. H. BAUGHMAN & CO. ' Stanford. Ky. MBHHBMBaMNUSHaflKI3X22Zra Arthur Schleninn, Folico Tampa. Fla. hwidnunr-tir- s 6t,2' onlv the enm-oanle- W. BETSY'S POINTERS: s. best and stronaest insurance ".Molly thinhs it is possible, to vou protected. Let him keen weakeninc them. It is equally bencfi- train a husband to perform many useful feats, but ouo of the uiot ficial for the very young and the midTO EAST END TAX PAYERS diffioidt it to teach him to buy econis always efficient and dle aged, as it omically for tho household. T just ..i,w.,l the tas Looks for writo a note, tend my hub.ind to free from all harmful ingredients. To t .. . f -. get its beneficial effects it is always tllO r.ai i.'...i "' ih.t county witn 'of fey & Coleman's and back comes iut uhnt I ordered nnd just how necessary to buy the genuine, bear- .1. C. Hailey at ttio 1 ru Company with lat "C '"' 1 want it." ltankins ing the name of the Company Call on him and claim. COFFEY A COLEMAN, California Fig Syrup Co. plainly dirt road Y. U Jici any. imr your taxes. Phc-Prompt Delivery, 191. ... 85-the frontof every package. Sheriff. printed on S.,Fish represents Our Motto More goods for less money. Now is the time that every one has to buy and convenient portable heating flame spreader prevents DmWi vwffwhrr. AiV yoort o tlwv it I'm ftxikiA Metier Munclrd or wrtw CtfClilaf la ? mtmtf Of i" -- ,.',.... w"'"' 2. device you can find. An automatically-lockin- g turning the wick high enough to smoke.' JRFECTIO SFUnCK.K.W HJ G ' tJeUitli some FALL and WINTER GOODS, we have them. Clothlnq, Cloaks underwear, outinn cloth, dress goods 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 eyes. Mil rJ.Sa J 4JJ Standard Oil Company UMOryorUttU L. L. SANDERS Crab Orchard, Kentucky. ni-- " llrt vttf 1W?1" f--. (I THE INTERIOR JOURN CHICAGO AL. STANFORD KENTUCKY THE FARMERS MERCHANT MAKES STATEMENT. HcrkMiho lwor-- n I'.ir 5iB.-IHflHuff Orpington chlokeno. C. C. itlicr, llnutc 2, Stanford. Ky. We hnvi n bujcr for n form ot about 100 ncrcs well improcd mid on pike. If von li.ie nnvtliiiii? near tills, list it witb us. Hushes & Mc rc"i Cnrty, Stanford. Lost A rod boar hint that will kcikIi Iroin 175 lo S00 pound, me lust benrd of was in the Turners ille neighborhood Kinder please notify J. II. Villlnm. me at MeKinney. In spite of unfnwnable wen I her conditions in Kenlnoky, the eroji report issued by Iho Agricultural DeIhii week, partment at Frankfort -- um.s conditionsnboe I he average. A detailed tepott of the mile of t M. J. Ilofunnn nt Moihind wcil. wu- - a follows: Car of clovei h.ij to T. II. Law horn at fKi.75 a on; nnllut hay to Mjets A: Tuekci ut 30 cent-- , a hnmirtd coin to I'. II. Law horn at '.2.81 at the heap; male bos In S. M. Owen .fl.t.'.tf; 11 Iicijt to JJ. Lane nt $.10; 1.1 li"Rs to W. 1j! Wnlden at M; sovi and pi;:- - to N. Lane at MS."" to f.'.Vit); two nck!inf; riil's In llnberl Ciow for $.'17; milk coff to Knd McC'ormncl; $07; milk cow to M. Tnjlor for $11: ek - After Spending Thousand of Dollar and Contnltinp; the Most Eminent Fhysicians, He Was Desperate. CHICAGO, ILLS.-- Mr. J. Q. Becker, of 134 Van Durcn St., n n wholesale dry goods j dealer, states as follows: "I have, had catarrh for mora I than thirty years. Havo tried everything on earth and spent thousands of dollars for other medicines and with physicians, without getting any lasting re lief, and can say to you that I nave iouna foruna ineoniy rem i cdy that has cured mo per .M H manently. "Pcruna has also cured my wife of catarrh. She always keeps it in tho house for an attack of cold, which it Invariably cures in a very snort lime." well-know- BIG PUBLIC SALE! MULES, . OF BROOD MARES, JENNETS AND CATTLE ifc i Thursday, Nov. 9, 191 1 AT 9:30 A. ML 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 d at my home farm 2 miles North West of Hustonville and 2 miles South West of Moreland in Lincoln county, Ky. by-bi- J HUFFMAN Sold rARM to T. W. Hutclieson Through Local Real Estate Firm. In-it- milk eow to K. .1. Godbey .$38; bull ealf to J. I). Lad- - $JS..")0; eow to " heifer ealf to Myers & Tnekcr $ll; milk row to H. G. Gotr .:); blood mine lo N". Lane $60: work mule to V. A. f.ear $lrj9: work mule to M. Taylor $17(1: two work mule-- , to .In "on Tnjlor $:i00; mule rolt to Tol Timberlnku $80; brood mare to .1. II. Uitmjl.tmm 122..r)0; brn.il mine to H It Murphy $140; three-- j ear-ol- d lllij (o It. It. Murphy 1l(i(l; boise to X. Lane $100.10; bay horse to A. Spr.itrpin- - 170; hi nod male to N. Lune Al.l.'i: pony to H. C. Wat '.ins $140: stallion to V. It. Lnuliorn $'.M(i: pair two mules (o J. M. Cartel ll: 15ud McCnriiMek three-year-old ld y-'- W: the . Hushes and McCmtj. I rrnl estate men -- old to T V. Ilutche-n- n of for Itobirt Tjmnip-oi- i, Inrrnrd, the aire little farm, known an the Ilufimuu farm, nboul half a mile 1'ioin Stnufonl on the Crnb Orehard pike. This - one of the nicest little places around here, has a splendid hou-- e on it ami food hind recently ieturned Air. Iliitche-o- u y irom Ai i7iinn. mid siijs that state-"beutnil the has to denth". There are .")." ncrcs of land in the farm, he Imtiylit ilen-ti.ekwe-tc- rn en 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. iu omul $0,000 RASPBERRY CROP 8 good jennets. 10 well bred 2 and 3 year old colts. Gathered By Chas. T.'Willson On His Farm November I. California and Florida me not the only Plates which produce traits in the winter time. Kentucky has recently joined the procession. er report" have ro. i entry been seen of apple trees iu bloom while the summer crop bad ...it .FVfcll . .'M. ".I... K I.'.'. Iwi.n. all UVI ' .iinl .iflin. i.1t ... n.ti.1, . .i : I. .it . till iim .. ....I ..I,...". I..., Lincoln county has mi exhibit that - iroimjto be hard to eipial nd that iblicioiis eiop ,if iiaie-te- d on Nocmber -t That I . what Charles T. AVill-o- n did on his enry little farm mit on Rami Ifoutc No H, south of town, and i in prove it, he hiouht a bo of nice fresh raspberries iij to the I. .1. of- ; fec and any ihiuliliijr Thomn- - can , iienc in and -- ee them for himself. Sir Wilison ''Tht crop - not u heavy one but -- bo'vthat the Knobs can do on the '"nut question." Vn-iio- us new-papl 1 I 50 good feeding cattle, weight 750 to 950. 5 good aged mules. 4 good jacks, 1 to 8 years old. 15 well bred Jersey cows and heifers. 50 plain feeding cattle, 800 to 950 lbs. 25 plain yearling cattle. Mnr-n- bl male to .1 jiiiro ior ton; , con in , .. .. . Huil-et- l .?(.; imir Tayloi 10 ; . mule- - i.uie Ja-c- m -- i i to ..'... 1 ? HO: yenilin; mare mule to M. Tpy- nvo-enr-o- mine Lnne $il; fdilder to Meitirr Hros., nt Ifi cents i ier lloek: -- orshuin tii ' Ed Cnrpeiitcr at "i cent- - a -- bock, fanning implenient- - -- old well. I lime n nice hore sound, perfectly -- nfc for ladies or chilil t on to rule or drie. not afraid of an tliiuir. .Splendid saddler, and trots wc,ll in hnrness; nbout lo hands hich mid in pood flesh, will sell heap and warrant to be ai re- presented. V. 1 Kincaid. Stanford, Ky.. 'Phone 199 ' 80-xen-vear-otd -4. ., I i 1- TERMS All sums of $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. I as i J. K. BAUGHMAN, Hustonville, Ky. FHE5 DINNER FOR ALL. i- , I ' CASH PRIZES FOR CORN To Be Given Farmers By State Bank & 4j.-t.-- ,. FINE LAND AT PUBLIC I will rs SALE I ell at public' auction 200 acres of my farm a mile from liar- rod-buon Thiirxdav. Xovembcr !). Tin? place will be -- od u thru- - tracts and then n- - n whole and the sMlt. lenlizintr the inot inoH-will stand. - fine land, and n -- pli .did op- -l- portunity to "et u bniviiin. R. E. Godllard. ti POSTED O G. Ut & to 0 WJ OO O .-- f J. W. If.istv C. T. Will-o- n, D. Munninjr jfermaif er ..... ;.. w..i ...i f.e ion .: t ri,.s. Your- - to sen e Hirk'olz. ' VSTATK HANK & Tit L ST CO.. jKnr the people, of the people, by the eopV. LINCOLN The State Hank & Trust Com- premiums as follows I,nll.v wi" '" tho farmers of Lincoln county: ,0st ",vvtl corn (white) $7.50; also '" "'" farmer exhihitins 2nd best -lles of white corn fcJ.oO, nnd to ,,lc """" ethib-tnithe best ''!c "f ''bw "oni f2.50 lliiu,' iu "llr samples to the bank nnd put "" lhihilion between now and the 18lh on whiih date all entries will lose. The premium will he awarded by nil exnert on the 2.)th of No. mwii-Th- JrJ' 'e L M. DUNN, Hinir- Ileiehenbach Bros. NH.-PInmrnJiicoli Uamler,. Mnttie II. Jlewes, b II. Ilntiglunuii f ' FARM Fm SALE! We will ,ell privnteljr a rarui of Pur-uaabout 130 acres In I mco n county, , miimis " i1"?""" Ky onelinlf mile (rom Crab ard nttely located, moptl bottom against the nf Thm.. Fernll. ,lunc, very productive, Uvory aero t , , .,-',- . u 10 up tlluhle. an abundance or stock wateri""1""1" "rl nnd H8iiecpiy adHptP'l to cori. and commi ar bcl'om the uiwler-ipie- d prase liooa tenant iioiiS(. or tnree room on rnrm. Terms reasonable hiouer uitb their cjiiim- -' piojicil Terified iih repired by law 011 or Applv at once to. It It UronnuKli. acent 'Mf before November 4, 1911. G. 1). FIOKKNCK, M. C, I.L. C. C. nt Orch-M,,;,"i CIRCUIT COURT. rim- -. FenillV Admr. l'lff. f m Thin rein!!' Devi-ce- x, Defitts, 4 to an older dulv enlcied ,, ", -' '"" nu.v-iiuiuie- -- old well. wee. president, John II. Jackson's sale two r.ij iiiond, loiirlh Mce bheeji .((foVJO- light- secretary - 'old to Ike Sholh nt jllO J.ick Cliinii, Ilarrod-bar- K 1.17(1 head; iiuuUet steady at H.oU riare-- old lroin 3(l to und treasurer, I.utlior It. Diokeixiu, Jer-e- v cows cadi; 3.'.'o lambs Blow ana annul sicauy .NO; cales lrom fli to ?1(5 hos Xicholasille. at I'lllll f" to 1( .1 lU'llll NOTICE OF SALE ( ol. J. I'. Chnmllrr, the popular ... it... r..ll.n 1111. kiln FOX HUNTERS TO MEET' , i.uelioneer leporix niu i " AT CRAB ORCHARD. J. I. Case Thrcrihiu;; Machine Co. - IIIH ttVPK! pn"eI'liiintitT, vs. C. A. .Mooie ilc, At the F. F. Cunnhins Mile lior- The o,:!itc(.iith aimunl meetiiiK oi I'ur-iiato a judument leudeiVd - -- old fiom ."( to flS.V, heep ihi! Xiitioiuil Fox Hunter- -' Assonia-tio- u ... . . the .it in ill Hie i;ioe -- tylet! vs".-"- ' " at ;?.i a lieaii; nulK eoh r"'. will be held ut Ci.ib Orchard .Ma tenu, It'll, ot the atoie-.u- d 10 to VC. iiiiiliui,' -- leei- from Xover.ibet court, the tiiidcrsi;ii(d C'oiiiiui-sio- n bciniiin Spnnj.'s At the Milton Garner Mile 11 Shet-l.ni- d The Deibj Stukc lor houinl- - uiiuei er will, 011 Monday, Nov ember 13, imiiy -- old for f!81; ware at eighteen months old will he stuited lllll, County Court i).i. at about I o'clock IV M., 111 flout ol the colli t household goort' sh5 and cow- a: i"i 11. in., Xou'inbcr 13, to bo fol- house door 111 the city of Sliiutord. e lowed by Ihe Stake, both of Ky., oVfer for nnlo nt public outcij lo the lushest and lie- -t Imlder the vhich are open to the world. lollowin;.' deseribed personnl piop-ertjt Ol ficers of the association an" towit : AND UNDERTAKERS Gen. Iioer I). William- -, "One J. 1. Case Threshiu;; .M,iehiui: DEAL. 'AUSO Xo. bv .ri0 Steel Sep.irnloi I lAiii'jIoii, til st ii.. picsidcnt, Wude Xo. ER IN FURNITURE" MAT- 51781 with stacker trucks, self fied-e- r S Wnlker, I.anciister; second vico ' and hand cutter therewith und nNGS, RUGS. THEY WILL ' pusidciit, A, II. F. Kiniic ; third one power simple Ii.icIiqii FURNITURE - 3f3.1t: iik ... ami , I t'liiiniiij,' implements .). It. I'ark-- Kecciptf. At Kieh pnsidcnl. Col. , Auc. er No. ....!.. will, led tooU. r n JII(I,mllt ft,r,u.r , Iielts nuil aiipnrteuances be n c inoivtlx -- old iciireu 1... Men 01 ' to iiinke 11 complete threshing riK, ' ' SH"' " '" "'"' und ISO foot S in. I pv cniivus belt, ' "'.l' '"'"T " ,,'',,! "' ,t,M" "' ll utiiiir for ':'-one iuiik. pump uud ho-i- ." siv per cent Term- s- The -- mil propeitv will he ' ""' MM" ',l "!" 1. H'IMI, -- .diject sold 011 a credit of -- i month- - ami ""r,," fr'" ! '"ly J.'lh. Ihe piii.ha-c- r will he ri.pnrcd liii1''" ,r,,llt " ! " - dn of- -. J ne bund with npprou-- personal -""d the costs or this m lion ccunl, p.inhle lo I he (Viimis-u.Tin- -. Oet.ibei '.M, er. due in 'vi month- -, hcarmi: -- ix ,s",l,"'',l i'cnt interest from date of xnh 1. GfO. U. Florence. .M.C.I..C C I'll Icm-'inx :'-. V Lfo, ,, ,., '"''' "'"' n- '"''! ""' '' m ' ut .1 1 '. omforfs 1-- 0 J.L.Beaziey&Co I'ic-iiL'i- it. EXCHANGE FOR ALL KINDS OF STOCK GIVE" THEM A CALL. PRICE RIGHT. ma iiRyseisT If you are euffcrlnjr from Eczema, Und or rsorlarls drop any other Mo.e of. skin for Into our trouble, relief. Wo will Buaruntee you Itch In two teoada. to :ic ttiat bottle will proto It. A trial We hae sold other remedies for rnno that wo could -- V n .well recommend more hlehly than theIntor-ree- a hnown compound ofa Oil ofother in. few Thymol and Bredie. .a that have wrought such cure nil over tho country. u. p. ThU compound, known aa nt won-iSerf- ul no-pa- Cmuiiiiati, Nm. 'J. Cattle Hu i'.I(i(k 177 bead: maiKcl ipuct and hUaily nt j.lerdii)V puces hteerx VJ.'0(..:5; t:i.r)0(l.ti'n heifer euw "rl.,,.riii.."i(l; calvew, Rood llRllt htiniit: lo 'J'i cents higher; other (rnileri inn ltnnri'l nnd slow at $:i..r0 8.7.r. Hogs Ilcceipts 7,33.') head; tho packers and butehern 15 cents lower Prescription, wlli cool and heal el fchln aa nuthlnir lowcan! Oet a regular bottle und see oa huht shipper und piKt 13e-J5y oSir. our $6(iTG.4.'i; common sows er ; packers Similars & Tanner, DrtiQoists. -- STOPS THAT ITCH CINCINNATI MARKETS We want PB0DUCL F 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, Linoleums and Oil Cloth. MILD, GENTLE LAXATIVE All kinds of Furniture, Suites, Ward- FOR WOMEN GIVEN FREE robes, Bookcases, Sideboards, Tables, All-Agy, -'8 uj ns nt -- Highest Prices Paid H. B. Northcott. T. K. Tudor. Mgr. PHONE 153. 60 many of the Ills of women aro duo to habitual constipation, probably of their falsa modesty on ths subject, that their attention cannot ba too Mroncly called to tho Importance of keen-Ithe bowels open. It Is always Impor-tito do that, legardlesa ot the ser, but It Is especially Important In women. rrom the time the slrl begins to menstruate until menstruation ceases she has always vastly better prospects of comlnjr throush healthy If she watches her bowil movements. If you find yourself constipated, with bad breath, pimply complexion, headaches, belchlnc gas and other symptoms of Indigestion and constipation, take a small dose of Dr. Caldwell's Hyrup I'epsln. It Is a woman's faorlte laxative. You will find that you can do away with salts, strong; cathartics, etc., which are entirely unsulted to woman's requirements. Mrs. Katherlne Itaherstrnh of McKert Rocks, fa., ana Mrs. A- - K. Herrlck of wheeler, Mich, who was almost d lit her stomach and bowels, are now cured by the use of this remedy. A (res sample bottle can be obtained by adJreaa-In- g Dr. Caldwell, and after you are con need of Its merits buy It or your druggist at fifty cents and one dollar a bottle. Dr. Caldwell does not fee that the purchase ot his remedy ends his He has specialized In stomnch. liver and bowel diseases for over forty years and will be pleased to Klvo the reader any advice on the subject free of chance. All are welcome to write him. Whether for the medical advice or tho free sample address him Dr. W. 11. Caldwell, Caldwell building-- . Montlcello, IlL iu lara-lyzeI n. Hall trees. Big supply of Pictures Mattresses and Bed Springs. " W. A. TRIBBLE, Stanford, Ky. i .