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The Stanford interior journal: November 7, 1911 The Stanford interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images Shelton Saufley Stanford, KY 1911 int1911110701_sn85052022 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. The Stanford interior journal: November 7, 1911 The Stanford interior journal Shelton Saufley Stanford, KY 1911 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. 4 r' iiyfrif oim pi iii juiliki , hhjii'jiJ 1 ' A t VOLUME XXXVIII NO. 88 The Stanford Interior Journal. STANFORD, LINCOLN COUNTY, ELECTION NIGHT SPECIAL EDITION KENTUCKY, TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 7, 1011 v- - '4. EVERY TUESDAY BURNS DOWN AND FRIDAY McCreary Elected Governor By Almost 40,000 Majority BBHBbjf HOUSE LITTLE FRANCES MURPHY DEAD MRS. GEORGE I B BBI DEMOCRATS COME INTO IN m m BH THEIR I B$ F" Wl '' JBh Vi V BP - k"''jdRBBBBBB iHM ' 'XBBBBBBBjFi Bi" avHiiiaMtfBBjlBBBBBBBjl lyML JaBBBBBBBBBaV ' x JZ. ' '1' v;'.9HlHIHIB m W F$ wf &f BBH BBJK& iHWv " 9pH vHrtfrmBBB BbbbbbW iBBVBBBBjr ..9 rv And Neighbors Come To Rescue of Little Miss Frances Murphy, the Tom Tapp at Rowland bright little daugh ter of Mr. nnd Mrs. W. H. Murphy, Last Thursday morning, about 7 died nt her homo on the Huston o'clock, the house and most of its ville pike last week after a lengthy contents, belonging to Mr. Tom Tapp illness. Tho little girl hnd suffer of Rowland, was burned to the ground. The aire started in the ed nn attack of dipthcrin, but seemkitchen from a defectivo flue. Mr. ed to have recovered from it, but Tupp is a very honornblo and in- somehow could not regnin strength, dustrious man, has a wife nnd three nnd rapidly declined unto the end. little children depending on him for, not only shelter, but for food nnd The parents hnvo the sympathy of clothing and the good people of this a host of friends in their bereave community will not let this worthy ment. citizen go down when a little assisMAYW00D NEWS tance from all will place him in u position where he can stand alone eight-year-old T. FARRIS DIES IN LANCASTER Wife of Farrls Passes Away After Lermthy Illness Other Garrard News. ia S m jm9HP LINCOLN COUNTY IN LINE-DEMOC- RATS CARRY COUN- OWN AGAIN DOUS TREMENIBaW LANDSLIDE laBB TY AND ELECT SHANKS and take his little family through the winter. Mr. Fowle, for whom he works, having "faith in the community nssumed tho responsibility of a two room house and the kind neigh burs arc ull giving their work and rushing its completion so the littlu family can once more have a happy home. Will you help this worthy citizen who is downf If so hand your donation to Mr. Fowle. MT. SALEM. Sweeping Kentucky ' Trom stem lo stem oml rolling up u truly !!- time majority, Jnmev II. McCreary was elected Governor of Kentucky Tuesday over Edwnrd C. O'Renr by almost 10,000 majority. Tho of- lleinl returns limy reach Hint figure for ench county reporting shows large democratic piins. At Irn o'clock Tuesday night I In Louisville. Evening Pot issued a Me conceding special edition by 10,000. John Creaty's election Ijinglcj-- , O'ltcnrV campaign W. manager aeknow ledged ilefeat onrlj in the night and went home. l , ., JMBaaaaaa BaaaaaaaaT 7Rlv KTV r .? And there stood old Lincoln! Not to be outdone by her sister Corn cutting and sorghum making surprised strength MeCrcnry's even his own mot flit ln:ia-- t i friend, for not only did ho sweep the normal democratic districts of the Hate by large majorities, but 158 . n iU iJbJJm&nL BBBlElBBBBBBBlBBBBIBBBBBlBBP3rjlBBr MfiMQLVpBMBBlBBBBBBBBBBlBBBBBBl va.xl U v into the enemy's liu went right KENTUCKY'S NEW GOVERNOR stronghold and held him to barely 17,000 in the Bloody Eleventh disIn Carranl county tlint sterling liv about J 0(1 uvurtuniing a COO retrict, and -- cents to have redeemed young deuioernl, John Farm was publican maioritv there. tleeted to the Legislature by I'iO the Tenth and carried the Ninth by nnd McCreary got tho county by Jan Gamett's hoiuu county, Adair and came in Jng ntnjoritiu''. gen- - stuck nobly to him 'the smnu llpire. As Onrnird with '200 safely democratic. Estimates made oil hit majorities ernljy goes 500 republican in Mate 'races, this wa a bplendid victoij. In the l'irt district Hickman and from thu counting, leporting mllier Fulton counties showed up with night were as county went 400 democratirregularly during the Itole 1100 s to ly. and 1I."0 majorities, respectiveic and elected Owensboro and Daviess conn-Ifollow x : 'iho legislature .Mcicer went 300 nnd giicc almost l.."00 mnjnril; and Shelby went 12,000 elect d (Seorgu Chinn. 1st District llcudcwoii county about 000. O'llear over 1.000 for .Mct'ieurv nnd heads "ol yio 0,000 counlv in the F.levcnth M District the lower Holland buek John by (iOi) and was luckv, to gt that show iu J 2,000 house, while Anderson .Id District as thu republican normal ote was 5.000 with about 'J00 mid elects J. K. Ith District cit about half in two. I'nvtou. 1,500 Tilli District Almost complete returns from 7,000 M.iiIi.ihi. nonnallv n big rviiti'di- titli District county Louisville and JctTerson went only 112 for the give 7,000 itm county, MrCioary l,f00 majority, mid 7th District . . .' tieUjl, while .Montgouury. Ibis is showiag since siilmidid .1,000 H'ltuiir bib District homo county went over 100 WilUoy a carried l.ouisxille by 8.000 2,000 tor Md'rcary. increasing its itth District over llttgcr, and this means a turn)o deinocratiu innjurity. 10th Di.tnet ing to IV.OOO votes. county went V.'il for McMarion The great news comes from gain. 10(10 Creary, n fcplcnditl democratic that Ilenrv T. llui.l, the Total niMJnnJio. lirst public ofllcial to boldly defy OMU-nrInnJ. In Hth llst .... 17.000 Tom Combs was defeated for re'he notorious, Cox machine, was election iw State Senator from'ray-ett- e elected mayor, by un overwhelming county by about 150 votes. majority. 'Ibis is u great victory McCrearv's majority :L000 i Hunt is n .light was for good govovi'iiiiit'iit. Although a ticmemlous It was uu oNdwliolniiug victory in democrat. made on him by tho temperance l. every m'Ht of the won I nnd forces, Senator Joe. Bosworth was ' In Massachusetts, the rcpublicaiir. from the Bell district. came into power again by defeating bliow how truly tlui,l'"l'Iu He lost I'ulnski to his independent 'for the democratic Govil Kentucky arc tircil opponent. Dr. Hciidreu by 500 ma- ernor Foss, jority, however. of their ntnto ' Soipe other democratic majorir-ij- s The Pulaski county democrat in Kuituckv coi'iities wcro ns work, cutting down the did splendid follows: Todd 218, majority of "' Spencer Simpson 72S. Shelby 1027 IteluiiiH from l..xingtou tit u late usual republican 21. Grant 040. to about 1,100. son 'J87. Trimble 782. Gallatin M0, hoiu indicated the i lection of Kruct .Meade .'IP'I, Washington IM, RoDert-snn28CiiKriidy, the democratic candidate counlv, Hen Johnson's Nelson 'oodfoid 111). by nbout lflll iiiuioritv. home eoimtv, camo up smiling with for innvor 941. Sweet Owen did He mudu u gallant light ftguiust tho ft majority of GREAT CAMPAIGN OFFER. graceful stunt with 1,000 tcpublichun and bolting democrat her usual majority. Henry counlv democrat!" mid will make a Hplendid inavor. Arrangements hove been comgave 1,'JOO. Scott 801. Fleming 23. Flliott 517. and Breathitt came in pleted whereby we tiro enabled to to the tune of 002 Jor deiuoerney. offer the daily Courier-Journuntil Soma splendid neKs comes from December 30, 10U nnd THE INcounty of Franklin I Down in the First district, McViankfort. The TERIOR JOURNAL ono full year for wve McCreary a majority of 1G95 Creary swept all before him and thu only $1.80. The regular price of over O'Renr nnd the regular Demo- i.ighl rider vote which was expected cratic ticket flr City Couucilmen to go to O'ltear evidently did not Iho Courier Journal is CO cents a won over a bolting democratic tick- I rtist him. Marshall county gave month. This is a remarkable offer, nnd the sooner you send in your oret and n Republican ticket by 1100 MeCrenry 000 majority. der the longer you will get the Coumajority; and n democratic tclinol board won. This was a great victory ' la lnurcl county McCreary cut rier Journal. Tho political campaign and it is understood Unit after the the usual republican majority of is on, keep posted by reading the I. J returns were in Circuit Clerk Ben 1,200 to 1.500 down to 000 and. oth- All orders roust be sent to the InterMarshall nnd Commgnwenfth'H At- er Eleventh district counties showed ior Journal not to the Courier Jourtorney Robert , IJ. Franklin, who up likewise. nal. Mtnifd tii take a delight in Auhtinc the democratic onraniration in the I The democrats carried the ClinTwtaty tlpi8aR4 people read eacV Capital City, announced their re- ton and Wayne legislative district. tirement froa politics. Lei 'em jo, ptilptK Wfene by WO and Clinton Imim of tie Interior Journal. , 1 rrnnci-e-DunjlaV 1 ial Cin-linni- iti cum-1ilcte" .. al counties in t lie gmit victory, she rolled up tho splendid majority of 'J.")0 for McCreary and the entire state ticket. And Will Shanks goes back to the Legislature, defeating I'd Hubbard by nbout that same In (1 it not been for the maiotity. n in Jhe two Crab Orchard nrcfiiicN, McCrearvV majority in Lincoln would have been much Inn It was impossible to get tho or. comphte returns from the outlyhour at ing precincts it the earl iwliich the 1. J.V election spec.Ni! to press Wednesday morning. i went .but the returns at liuud, show that the Democrats carried nine out the Lt precincts in thu county and Jt'ie iiinjorily of 2."0 is considered ii governor's race. In jcr good in onlv gave linger, the 1007 Lincoln Democratic nominee for governor i majority of 8. .ll lour of the Stanford preby handcincts, went democratic Maeksville, some majorities, even which showed up with 08 majority for McCreary nnd 78 for Shanks. I Both thu Crab Orchard precincts went big republican, as did No. 2 at llustoiiville. Highland and Turncrs-villGood old Waynesburg showed up with ii substantial majority and King's Mountain went democratic majority. Hubhuid's by n scant campaign hurt in that section of the county. The vote on the stock law was hard fought in the Wnynesbiirg and re I urns are not in from them on the result. The stock law carried by a in Stanford substantial majority magisterial district. 1 l'all-doWe. are taking the day at tho present among the farmers. Herman Smith is slowly improving after n very severe case of typhoid fe er. Mrs. Fannie Bollard, and Miss Birdie Booue. of Lancaster, wcro the guests of Mr. II. B. Floyd and famiU, last week. Miss Julia D.imerou, was in Danville Inst Monday shopping. Mrs. 15. B. Floyd, is uble to be out again nfterr getting a very severe fall. .Mr. John McKinney has moved into his new home which he recently bought from J. S. Carpenter. Clell hstes, from nenr hnrleston, came home lost week, and brought with him his bride, which was much a surprise to his many friends. Mr. Ivtes has a good position on the Q. & C, railroad. Miss Mattie M. Floyd, nnd her guest Miss Birdie Boone, of Lancaster, were in Middleburg, last week. Miss Agnes McChord who is teach ing school here, wns in Danville last Mr. I. T. Snmpson wife and little daughter of Columbus, 0., visited tho former's parents here last week. The following crowd enjoj-ca chestnut hunt the 2 1st of October. Misses ALiry Morrison Matheny, 1'carl Fields, Jessie W. Lynn, Grave Fields, Bertha Lucas, E'izabcth Mary K. Duddernr Annio K. Mnthcny, Edith Wntkins, Messrs. John Fields Fred Wntkins, Logan Stephenson, Al Snmpson, Gcorgo Hail. They were chaperoned by Mrs S. N. Mnthcny. While chestnuts were very scarce they all reported n delightful time. Dr. W. T. Wntkins visited friends at Williamsburg. John Fields of Level Green spent n few davfi with his parents here. Ma-then- y, CRAB ORCHARD HONOR ROLL. Orch- The honor roll of the Crab of October is ns follows: Grade 1. Hoj-a- l Anderson, David Burdett, Mary Howard, William Lcadford, Alline McDowell, Buruette Sanders. Grade 2. Wiituiu ilakcr, Joseph Hamilton, Albert vanliook, Alma Hunter. Grade 3. Wolby Anderson, Frank Bailey, Hayden Byrd, Wclby Burgin. Ernest Campbell, Lloyd Hamilton, Fred Rogers, Mellie Coram, Anna Evans-Edinisto- ard graded school for the month McDowell. week. Mr. Marshall Carter, was a pleasant caller on Miss Mattie Floyd last Madine Grade !. Robert Nejins, Sam Perkins, Flovd Reynolds, Grade 5. Snllie Bakeri Clifford Callin, Allie Slay Cummins, Eugene Edmiston, Ila Hunter, Elva James. McClure, er Tuesday night. Sliss rusenia McKinney of nenr riustnnville, is nt Elizir Springs. A protracted meeting has recently closed at New Salem. titli 18 additions to the church. Mr. M. S. BiiMin and wife returned to their home in Indianapolis Intl., last Sunday. Sir. Elmer Dunn is at home for a few days. Grade C Jim Bob Anderson, Wnl-tBrowning, Bonnie Duke, Joe Tom Edmiston, Violet McDowell, Sophia Rolp'nson, John Stephenson, Jack Collier. Grade 7. Jark Perkins, Birdie Perkins, Mamie Holmau, Montcz Fish Grade 8. Charlie Martin Shirlcj' Gover. Bessie Reynolds, MeNadia Chadwick. Grade 9. Edward Edmiston, Lloyd Martiii, Henrietta Bnilev. MCKINNEY. "OLD" TICKET WINS MMVawJBjBjBjuffiBitMl piciiivsi oius in I'lie oi campaign wu.s the couucilmauic in Stanford which the "Old" ticket backed by all of the republican leaders and a number of the democratic woikcrs, won uxor the j"Ncw" or Ijiw and Order ticket bv The two ticknboiit 60 majority. ets broke about even in the Court lhou'0 precinct, but thu "Old" ticket ca.rried thu Engine House by about 115 uud Mncksillc by about 52. At llustoiiville tho "Old" ticket was again returned a winner but the New ticket won at Crab Orcluid. Tho issue there is said to have be on upon the building of concrete pavements, and tho election of the new board insures their construction, it is said. j i ne uu-- light JMiBBBB)flPl BR BBjBFi'iMf -- ELvBBBBb DAKOTA JACK THE MONTANA COW BOY. Asks you tho cptestion, "uru you a uiiiu?" or u piece of a man I should jim sec u wagon with a wheel broken down or some pf tho rjuming gear broken would yoii ask the question "Is that n wngou?" Thu answer would come back "No that's a piece ol a wagon." Whj" should not the MORELAND. same apply to mankind, when man is bought tho coal the greatest piece of machinery on C. K. MeCluro yuids of Jones Bauhmau & Com- iiirlli. If you are broken down with pany, tor $1,100.01) with possejsiou rheiuaatisiil, Stomach, Kidney, Blood or nervous diseases, jou aye only ii given ns soon as possible. Messrs G. B. 1'ruitt and X: J. piece of a man. A black smith will Sunday repair tho wagon nnd n 45 day Cone, attended the State School conference, at Louisville. treatment of l'nrsley's Indian Herbs They icpoit a fmo time. Quite u will repair tho 'broken down man. there People were put here on earth to uutiibcr fmin Danville wor among them Itov. Strother, Mr. Hen-t- y wear out like muehiucrj', not to die Tavlor.nud wifo and Mr. L. J. with little frivolous diseases. Purs-ley- 's The meeting nt tho Christian church closed Thursday night with several additions to the church. The pastor was assisted in his work bv Elder J. 0. Montgomery, wto gn.e us some excellent work. Mrs. M. C. Tnfincr is in Somerset where she went to bo nt the bedside of her mother Mrs. S. A. Gnnn, who died ami was hiiiicd in tho Somerset cemetery Wednesday afternoon .Mrs. T. W. Gooeh and Miss Ruth Cocking wcro in Stnnford Wednes-dshopping. Mrs. Sarah Davton is the guest of her daughter. Mrs. William Adams at Somerset this week. Mrs. R. II. Metenlf and children, have been visitingg her sister Mrs. J. W. D.ivi.. nt Somerset for several dnvs. When at MceKinney call nt the new storo and eo tho nice line of fancy fruits, groceries, cignrs. tobacco and in fact everything for family use. Look for the sign, just across the street from the post office. The.v will make jou attractive prices. If vou want to trade a good driv. ing horse for a good brood marc now in foal to the horse in the country, writ to Box 45, McKinney, aj lit CASH PRIZES FOR CORN To Be Given Farmers By State Bank Waggoner. "I do not believe there is any other medicine so good for vriioopiug coich as (Tinmbcrlaiu's Cough Remedy," fritos Mrs, Francis Turpin, Junction Citv, Ore.. This rcmidy is also unsurpassed for colds and croup." For sale by all dealer- -. GOSHrfti SCHOOL Honor roll 07010 Goshen nchool is ns follows; Grade 7. John Brvau Iloltzclnw, Gnide (, Mne Duddernr, Grade 5. Maggie Gooeh. Grade 2- Herbert Holtndnw Mary Root. Grade l.- -r Elizabeth Boone, Rosa Breedloye, Bertha Breedlove. Primary. tt Albert Dudderar, Aaicrson. Er-ne- Indian Herbs have repaired hundreds of broken down men and women and will do the samo for you. God made nature's remedies, l'nrsley's Indian Ibirbs are Nature's own remedies .and you can get 45 duys treatment for 1.00 tit Shu-gaand runner's drug store uml a bottle of cow liuv liniment free until Nov. 20ih. Creme f.oap. Ask Shu-ea& Tanner for nbout two cukes free, also Nature's reniedv, rs rs "I nm pleased to recommend Cham br i bun's Cough Remedy as the best thing I kjow of and safest remedy for eoi'slis. rolds mid bronchial trouble." writes Mrs. 1 B. Arnold of Denver, Col. "We have nsed It Kpentedly and it has neer failed to give relief." For salt, uynll dealers. Trust Company. i The Slate Bank & Trust Cgm-pan- y will give premiums as follows In tho farmers of Lincoln county: Best seed corn (white) $7.50; nlso to thu farmer exhibiting 2nd best samples of white corn $2.50, nnd to the farmer exhibiting the best sample of yellow corn $2.50. Brim; in your samples to the bank and put on exhibition between now and the 18th on which date all entries will close. The premium will ba awarded by aii expert on the 25th of Nor. 1911. Come in and make your entries. Yours to serve STATE RANK & TRUST CO.. For he people, of the people, by the & Lancaster, Ky., Nov. 7 Mrs. George T. Farris died on Saturday morning at 4 o'clock of-t- cr a decline of many months from n complication of diseases. The funeral was held nt tho Lancaster cemetery Sunday afternoon at 2 o'clock conducted by Elder F. M. Tinder. The deceased was 50 years old nnd a very handsome woman until the recent decline of her health. Sho was long a devoted, nnd consistent member of tho Christian church. Besides her mother, Mrs. Paulino Arnold, two daughters, Mrs. Elbert Smith of Jcllico, nnd Mrs. Stephen Walker, of this place, her husband George T. Farris nnd two sisteni Mrs. Charles Farris, o Williamsburg, and Mrs. Pauline Wilson of Mississippi, mourn her death Much sympathy is extended the bereaved ones in this their hour of trinl. Elder F. M. Tinder filled his pulpit nt the Christian church Sunday morning nnd evening. Ho has been engaged in n very successful at Central church in Lexington in which there were 51 additions. Tire Srary Walker Price Chaptei of the l 1). C, met Monday afternoon at the homo of Mrs. Rebecca West on Danville street. .Mrs. Thomas, Slavin entertained nt an elaborate course dinner at her pretty country home in honor of Mr. and .Mrs. Bogle Doty nee Miss Pattie Arnold. The Farmers' Union of Garrard county hnvo organized a stock company for the purpose of operating n general store in Lancaster. Tho npital stock will 'be $3,000. They hnve leased a store room nenr the depot and will onen up on December 1st. Mr. Lafnyctto Brown age 70 years died nfter a general decline nt his home nenr Lowell. Tho remnins were interred in the Lancaster cemetery. V. A. Lear shipped three carloads of stock toCtJie Cincinnati market Saturday. A telegram was received here by lelatives reporting the death of Mr. Win. J. Lusk, age 30 years, of tuberculosis. The deceased lived a greater part of his life in Garrard, ho having been in n southern for several mouths past hoping to be restored to health. n sister, Mrs. J. Henry MccDowell, of Past Christian, Miss., he leaves many relatives in thirf county who nr grieved to hear of his early death". The .remains renched Lancaster Mon day and were. interred in the ceuie terv. Mrs. Mary Holmes .McAfee who wa married on Saturday in tho city of New York to Mr. Jnm.es Freeman, of Bultimore was ;i frequent visitor here nt the home of her aunt .Mrs. Emma Kaul'fman and much admired for her strikingly hundsomo face and figure. Mr. Wm. II. Wherritt's 80th birthday was celebrated on Wednesday by nu elaborate course dinner nt tho home of Mr, and Mrs. Thomas P. Wlicrritt. This highly esteemed hnrt i 'iot of friends ho wish him ninny happy returns of the day. Frank Brown son of Mr. George Brown nnd 5IUs Luny Pear! wep united in marriage nt Mm home of ho bride nenr Point Lonvell- Rev. O. P. Bush officiating. Tim young eouplo will reside nt tho homo of the groom's nunt Miss .Margaret Patterson. The remains of Mrs. Margaret were brought to the city Sntur-dn- y from New York for interment. The deceased was 70 years of ae and died nfter a general decline of A son three daughters paralysis. Mi's. Osnr Taylor, of Xeiv York Mrs. Emma Rristow of Covington. Mrs. George Alez'nnde'r of Paris, and two brother Messrs. Hall and John Anderson of MoKiuiiey snrvjiv her. Mrs. Buford lived in Oarraid for n number of .years and was a nati '0 of the county. Miss Maude Wilson, of Richmond, is visiting her sNter. Mrs. k N. Mil- Iqr. Miss lli. Ynnlis is in Stanford for a stav with her couin MLs.Lt-(i- e Carson. Mrs. Joe Fnulconer and little son Wm. have returned to their rc-vire-so- rt s Bn-fo- rd ft J ( '4 .A Mr, r"d Mr. home in Middlesboro. Kn-sa- s George Luwson. of Coff-vare geests of Mr. and Mr C. A. Mr. njjd Mrs. K. r Par-ar- d Arnold. have gone to Washington City for a winter's soiourn. cor nairs in the side or chest dnmni a niece of flannel with Cham twrmm's. Ijini"ent nnl hind, it Tfc over the at of inn better. wte For . P. uk f -- by all ... . i jtvn - & ,yA THE IHTEWIOH JOUWlAL 4 tTAHTtWt. KEHTUCKV. TUEMAV. NIVMIEW 7. HI I CASH FMKCOUHTS MP NOTE The Interior Journal. Kiubllthid 187k i comes easily anil direct when you place them with w for collection. Wo fnnko collection s and look after nnd Canadi claims anywhere in the United States and make no chargo unless wo collect. Rnnk reference. CerrespfMHtaKe MAY'S COLLECTION AGENCY, Stewart's Complete 97att Order 'iDepartment Cxprttt CAaryts &rpmitl oh HELTON M. 8AUFLEY,... Publisher Invited. It A YEAR STRICTLY IN ADVANCE all iPtirtAaats of Somerset, Kentucky. - aterod at the re toff Ice at Buuv ford aa second c1m mall. SfyOO or more Within 200 Hfihs of jCouiivill SHOES $ ARE YOU r I MARRIED To one Clothing dealer? If 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 rnaKe you realize tb e worth and value of Pile of Style Clothes LUfctU With tlo state election out of the wny, now watch tlio cnndiilutcs for Come to jCoufsut'tte Gxpen&e county offices come n running. The 0 I. J hns refused to announce n numl'urchnse n round trip ticket from your home to Ixniisi1Ic ber who have, been in (lie field fot When you lmc completed your chopping in this store, take your soino time, because it believed that return ticket nnd your snlcs checks, which nro given you with each every candidntc ought to bo workpurchase, to the Credit Desk (South end of the building) first ing for tho interest of tlio state ticket nt that time rather than his own floor. If your rnilrond fare is more than fi per cent, of your race. As far as t ho 1. J U now . purchases, .'1 per cent will be refunded on the nmount of your concerned they can come, full tilt. Knch can ret nsturcd ho ii iroinj: to get n equnrc deal us far as wo 0 nro concerned. Our advertising colSpecial Notice to Cliarqe Customers: Kefund made only umns nro going to bo open to each in ensh, nnd nt tiino of purchase. Refund cannot be creditnnd everv ono alike nnd nt the name ed at the timo of settlement of ncount. price. All announcements of candidates cards nnd addresses to tho dear voter nro going to be cash in 0 hand with no deviation from this rule So come one, come nil, nnd the more the merrier. jCouisviiU) at Our 0 0 0 o 0 WE think shoes our 0 0 point. We know we can furnish you some 0 things that the other fellows cannot. ' O O O O a a 0 0 0 0 XJhe ivJ CJ Stewart & V)ri Soods Co, Ci In dress shoes we furnish you a "MANSS" in both dull and shiny leathers at 0 O. Sncotporated) C-- JVontucAy Iflftrlkl I 'ml KING'S MOUNTAIN. i X OO T; & Ci d&& Q&&&& WmM If I 1 ?& Bt Wt ft a- 3b " B15 kmf mm Pile of Style Clothes IS UO 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. iei yOU W. E. PERKINS Crab Orchard, Ky. r r I JACK FROST ! -. I ff! fc we will have to have seme mere new clethes, and we want to remind you that our Fall Line Is the best that you ever saw.. We are selllmi 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 selling about 200 suits at half price In order to make room for our big fall line. Tho home of Hart Schaffner & Marx all wool Clothes Reminds us that Cilii)n)ii)5 & Wearei), Stanford, Ky. t". ri V i' w i) MILLEDGEVILLE NEWS. .. Dr. C. M. Thompson and wife were, Mr. It. ('. Diuhuin has gono to in Cincinnati buying goods Inst week Mt. Clifton Snndidgt! bought n Dnkntu home tccking. Horn, to tho wife of A. II. I.0114 suckling calf from hurlio Heed. .Mr. and Mrs. Urnest Hasty visit-i- d n fine girl. Mr. John Moser sold to Myers & Mr. J. F. Ynnhook Inst week. Mr. D. B. Flint sold n horso to Tucker of Hustoiivillo 15 shonts at Daniel Hester for $90. 5 MISS ELIZA PORTER Pearl Iloguc visited relatives nt The sales of Isaac Hoffman & PASSES AWAY. Yoscmito Satimlny nnd Sunday. Hcnson were largely attended. Jlcvs. Grizzle nnd Couch nie holdMr Timberlako sold to Myers & Miss Eliza I.vtli" I'urtnr. ilntK'litnr ing n grand revival at tlio Jf. E. Tucker of Ihihtonvillo 9 shonts. nf Mr nnd Mru If. I. Pnrinr i.c.. church. Born, to the wifo of Willinm Gri6 ed nway nt their homo on the Inu- King's Mountain graded school son twins on the ism. will have an entertainment nnd spell I Mr. Minor of Junction City hns cnsicr pike aniumay night, utter n lengthy complication of of iag match on Friday beforo Xmns. nuned into the house just uicntetl troubles, illness wns u 37 She years of nge. nnd we invito any school to come b Mr. Russell. Drceilsi'il hnil Innr. Imi.il n fnillifnl nnd spell ngainst us. Wo liavo gainMr. Mntt Snndidgo bought of Mr. nnd wurkiiig member of tho Chrised one victory already and wo wnnt McCormack of Hustonville 8 yearling tian church nnd her presence will be to gain another one before the year calves. koroly missed, since sho hns been closes. Mr. Coon Russell has moved with called up higher to receive her reKing's Mountain school is pro- his family to Indinnn. ward. Funeral services wore con gressing nicely having the general Miss Lonnio Goode U nn the si ducted at tho homo Monday average of over 100 pupils the last list. nt ono o'clock bv Revs. I). three months. .M. Wnlker nnd 1 Miss Roberts Ens K sew. millinc L. Mruco nfter The following linvo neither been shop in town. 'uu .ira iiiviccd to ieo which tho lmrinl Mns ii. Buffnlo nbsent nor tardy during tho Inst Springs Cemetery. month of school. Grade 1. Thelma her diplnj. love to henr some good Mr. nnd Mrs. Uobert L. 1'orter, Wi" would Alford. Chester Chevolette, Mnttio speaking homctinic, good demoemts. Jr.. of Crcnl Springs, 111., enmo to Singleton, Dorothy Trusty, Clarence Mrs. Jim Dnughertv died on Sat attend the funeral of his sinter, Miss Williams, Eliza Porter. Grade U. Harold Chevolette. Vir urday and her funeral ivas preach The Indies of the Christian church nt the Mooro school houc nfter ginia Walls. hnvc t Svitunlnv n,' v.i Grade X Cecil didders, Almina which tho remains were taken for an e.xthangc. Murphy, Herbert Keynolds, Odie Junction Citv for burial. The Imhes ot the Itnpti-- t church Mr. Gnrfield of Dnuvil'e Walls, Ah in Kouten. attended the sale of his cousin V will have 11 baznnr nnd oxchnngo 1111 Grade 4. Jnmcs Flint. FridiH, December 2', nt which black Grade o. Edith Laswell, Plugeiic J. W. Isaacs. Tim.. .. ul Mr. Horace Xickols died nt his lilkw will lii' n siininllv Hart, Clcll Waters, homo in Washington countv a few tho public not to forget their c Grade 0'. Earl Mudman, Dora weeks ago. His wifo U isitmg his ciinnge to ho helil on .Noi ember 29tb Alford, Estil Gooch. nlso. mother, Mrs. Josh Mvers. Grade 7. Cora Alford. Miss Muttie Bishop bus been visitGrndo S. Itnsscll Thnnipon, Oar The I. J., enrrics more farm and ence Carey, Mnbcl Flint, Laura ing Mrs. Geo. Rout. A horso belonging t ncolorcd man ndiertising than nny other Johnson. become frightened last week nt Mr. country paper in Kentucky. There' Russell's thrcfclnng inaclnm nnd as n reason. FREE RAILROAD TRIP ho enme near it he become uncon-trolab- le TO CINCINATI nnd jiimnr,i non'ss n paling FOR SALE PRIVATELY. A. E. Bnrkhnrdt. thi Intpm.ntinnnl fence. Ho wns so badly injured thnt Fur Merchant, who is ranking Cin be had to be killed. Having purchased n farm have decinnati iamous as ono of tho world s Mrs. Short of Middlebnrg hns been crent fur centers, extends nn invi visiting Mrs. Reynolds nt Morebtnd. cided to M'll privately my proerty nt Buckeye consisting of ono two tntion to all tho citizens of Stnnfo Miss Evn Moscr, bus been the who intend to purchase furs for this guest of her cousin alter Mor freu-- room duelling, 4 acres nf land, good tobacco ami stock barn season to visit Cincinnati and in- MoWscr. spect his cnormnus nlnnt. wlinro fnrc Mr. nnd Mrs. J. W. Isaacs will well, cistern, store house nil ncccs-t-nr- y nut buildings one of tho best nro manufactured and sold direct lenvc in n few il.ivi for CnlKouiit "from Trapper to Wearer," thus whero they will make their future eta lids for store in Gsirrnid. If not told by December 1, I will rent. all "middlemen's" nrofifc home. They nro tho largest purchasers of Also 70 ncrcs of good hemp or Mr. Grover Rcid of Cacy ronntr raw skins in this country, being ex- wns struck bv a train Inst week He tobiicco lnnd 2 2 below miles porters nnd mnnufacturers nnd their hnd been to Danville nnd wns on his Buckeye on pike will sell in 2 tracts low nrices on furs nf nil civloo ,i wny homo when the accident happen or ns a whole, well watered nnd varieties for women's wear are posi- - ed. The horso wns killed nnd tho fenced. Nenr Gunns Chnpel. Richard I. Burton, uvciy oeyonn nil possibility of com- pieces He wns considerably hurt, a petition. This is tho generous propo- leg being broken nnd his bend frac0 Buckeye, Ky. sition ho makes: tured. Ho wns taken to Somerset Go to Cincinnati, look over A. E. hospital on Sundnynnd the last reBurkhnrdt's enormous stock in the port he wns doing nicely. tWO six floor htlililinra nf ! .- .Misses Ruth nnd Ethel Myers were ner of Mam Streets and Third Ave., in Danville last week. select just what you wnnt. and the Mrs. J. TI. nelm .visited Mrs. J. II. cost of your railroad fare, for BOTH Burke this week. YS' 1"'1 bo PaJ(1 .V the finn, it docs not nraonnt to more HENRY L. CASEY. D. V. S. thnn ten ner cent oP ilin n,i,.P. price of the article. All goods nro Veterln ari tn. marked in plain figures nnd you need not mention that vn om. .:! Former Director Animal Industry rrniuppine isianas. rond faro rofnndcd until AFTER Inarian United fifnt! Armu uinhin .vour purchase. Wo ndrise our readers to tnko ad- Office LOQAN'3 STABLE, Phon0 432, vantage of this liberal offer. Agent American Hog uuolcra Serum. DANVILLE. KY. PLENTY OF LUMBER ON HAND LANCASTER. Miss Nnney Wnlker is in Richfor nil purposes. So if ou want to mond visiting Miss Margaret Smith L. U. I'owell hns rofnrnn.l t... .. build a house, n barn, a chicken stay of several months with rclntives WerelQpoiltlontodo(ill kind of tuob lllock Work, 1'UTouienli coop, a do hoiibo or a fence, come in urcgon. Aliss Frnnkyo Knuffumn tblng from u nd, In fact, we is nt homo from n visit to her nunt houia down to acn make nnyWe cau lerrt fence pott. Wo have hero for the materials. Mrs. Minnie Robinson of Huston-vill- e. jrou prompllr and (Tall suarunlee nnl-clnand get oar work Tcrey Burnside is in Dnnvillo beforeand material. material at leatt.prtcei 70a bur your nil sorts and sizes in both rough nssisting his undo Editor Louis Lnndram with his good paper "Tho nnd finished lumber nnd if wo canDnnvillo Stanford, Kentucky Messenger." Mrs. W. T not suit you in kind, quantity, qualMnlono of Cnrapbellsvillo is with her father Mr. W. O. Dnvin. 'Krioo xr.,. ity and price, nobody can. gnret Jenkins is nt homo nftcr tho visit to her cousin Miss Lucilo Davis Stanford, Ky. J. A. ALLEN. MUM. of Georgetown. MMM BM ' FALL AND WINTER STYLES. There is little daugor from a cold Jly now fall and winter hnmplea or from nn attack of the grip except ate now ready for your Inupccilou. when followed by pneumonia, and Tliey comprise the best on tbo market this never hnnpens when Chambercan null anyone as to price who bad lains' Cough Remedy is used. This nil clotbos maJ0 U order. A suit made to your measuio is preferable remedy has won its great reputntion to read made clothe. To have them niul citensivo sale by its remarkamade tn measure doesn't cost any ble cures of colds and grin nnd can UNDERTAKER AND EMBALMER more than ready made when quality bo rolled upon with implicit confiand lit la considered. Come In aad dence. STANFORD, - KY For snlo by nil dealers. let me take your tnaaaure. Offlca Tbob 167. Hoan Tfcoae U H. C. RUPLEY, TM PraoOeaJ Tailor. 4. ed 85-1pro-vidi- nc tx-veie- 0 o o o o a $0.50 p. "WALK-OVER- " at in patents at er, s 0 0 $3 50, $4.00 and $5, 0 dull leath- o 0 0 0 0 $4: O SET .OO ".A Bl 0 o The celebrated "NjL'TTLE TON" shoe in patent leath- 0 0 0 0 0 tf. 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0r 0 0 0 0 .. .TV ers at 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 . s3.00 If any dealer can beat that bunch of $3.50 to $6.00 SHOES he will have to go some. For $2.50 the pair we can give you a stylish black or tan lace or button shoe, a corking good one for the price. ... 0 ... i't 0O0000 0 0 0 0 0 O 00 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 OOOO STANFORD, H. J. McROBERTS KENTUCKY nEC. U. O. PAT. OFF. TIIZ BZ3T CAKE CAN FOR GET. THE TRY MONEY YOU THEM. W. H. Higgins. Stanford Ky. Bring Your Prescriptions Here To Be -C- ompounded When CONCRETING ii PHILLIPS BROS., J. C. McClary w your physician has pre. scribed a mcdlclno (or you to take, the next important (ten is to have that prescription placed In the hands of a thoroughly reliable nnd competent pharmacist so it will be compounded exactly as directed. We have gained an enviable reputation (or always being very careful and painstaking in our compounding and (eel that, In all justice to your own good health, you should bring your next prescript tion here. Here, too, you will find n complete and inviting display of toilet articles, rubber goods, soaps, perfumes, toilet preparations anil all standard remedies. For interior docorttfef we carry and recommend ALABASTINE, Ike beautiful wall coatlas;. Call and see samples of tints and ask us about it. PENNY'S DRUQ STORE. Stanford. Kentucky r B2i r va-- f pn iwrri, ftsMsW 'WT' THE INTERIOR JOURNAL, tTANrtrrt, KENTUCKY TUESDAY. Cameo NOVEMBER 7. 1811 Woman V F. M. Ware the populnr McKinncy merchant, nnnounc.cn in tins insud -thnt he has adopted the cnh tcm for the future. This i 11 very HiMixililo idea nnd will undoubtedly prove both hutitrfactory nnd profitable to him and his host of patrons. ltcad Ii'ih big ad. Ilcv. 1). M. Walker auid the wojiU Saturday which made man and wife ().0. .Speak and Mr. Lena Conwav Air. Speak In n prominent f.umcr of (ho lhhlund M!"tln. Whiio I it lri(io i the daughter of Air. J. AI. Long ui i wish this city, Their many them iiui'h liupiuueMi. frn-nd- Lost on Mnin or I)nnvillo utrcct, l'in. Kewnrtl. Thin officcc .day, On Alonday Nov. Ill, county court I will botfii at OHO the auction hale of n Inrne lot of mens' am'. Iiyn' winter clothinir. fe'nlo in front of cimrt houxc. ,1 1'. t'liandlcr, Auctioneer. 88-'J- t. Eg.jwsrar The LamD That Saves The Eyes sssssHHHPsKTjisisVf2K Qiildren nstuTally never think of possible strain on their eyesight when poring over a fascinating book. It is up to you to see they do not rum their young eyes these long evenings by reading under a poor light. The Rayo Lamp U an insurance igaiast eye troubles, alike for young and old. lamp, but it is constructed on the soundest The Rayo is a scientific principles, and there is not a better lamp made at any price. It is easy on the eye because it light is so soft and white and widely diffused. And a Rayo Lamp never flickers. Eatily lidited without remon'ng ahade of ckimnfjr; fair to tlean sad lewitl. Solid brail throughout, .with handicnie nickel finithi alao in many other atria and fisiihes M row tteaW to Jiow ywl Ml Baa el Rir tanipa I af wtia (at dncriptiT tktthl low-pric- Found, a spade. Owner can Ret it by luinjj for this notice. John I). White. It you don't wnut a beau you will enjoy tho inexplainable muxes of the side ppliltim; mirth provoking, joy ppinnl tdinkc down. ARDUI SOCIAL Woman's Tonic and PERSONAL Llir-abul- " 4J A I Airs. T. I). Xewlnnd continues (iute Joseph Wolf of Itoylo counlv, u pik itec: several of Ins jounj; fne ids ,111 nt her homo on the Somerset sev Dilhou spent Airs. lino Inst week. Alis KHeii Scott wns the (incut of eial days with relatives and friends Air. and Mrs. J. T. Reynolds. , her cousin Aim. Tnnlcy Spoonamore Iincaster were hcru on a hhoppiu in Lnncnsler Inst week. i Col. AI. F. Klkm, of Lexington, but .Miss Sullie Smith hpeut sevorul UMt Saturday. days with her histcr, Alrn. Tinidcy. l,otiis Jones, Arsenal ICceper at who alwaVH voted in Stnnford 8ince Aim. William Todd ban returned I''rankfort, fipent n few days licio making his home hero a number of ago, came over to put in one Chicago, after a iilcnsnnt isit to thiii week with his cousins, Hubert friends here. I'ycnrs and Jim; Lynn Coffey. J. T. Roberts, of Gum Dr. W. A. Hrown of Farksvillc. Alis .Susie Thompson, of Alt. Vervisited her sister, Airs. L. H. who frequently visit here, has been min, lias been the auest for hcverul 0'iilo ill for fievernl dnjs. diis of Airs. Julia I lushes nnd fami- Hilton here last week. . Claude llibb came down from LouKloiso ltcniley left yester- - ly. Mini don to hit her square under the roosDr. James Oncst, one of the most dnr in snoml the winter with liar day. on prominent pljywicmns of Louisville, terHays election spent about father J. It. Ilciuley at Jackson Foster a week ville, Fin. MM'iit bcmtmI hours hero Alonday in Kansas looking over several nice wilh his fnther, Col. Jim banking positions ho has been Cnpt. J I It. Coffev. wife and 1'a'nKomo younir pou, Shclbv, cainc Unci, qf Crab Orchard. in the Sunflower Slate. Aliss F.IUiibeth Thatcher, of Som-cie- l. homo from Frankfort for tho elecFilitor J. AI. Alvcr.son, of the An-- 1 Iiiik retunied homo after n tion. Xows, who has never voted with .Mr. dersnn Airs. Ida (Jeorue nnd dnnahler of ilensniit, though brief stay 'anv where else but in Stanford, came and Airs. V. Logati Wood. Danville back Tex up, made a nbnrt isit to llieir He was in vote Tuesday. 'oiiiin, Alis. Jos. Coffey, after which Advocnte. Mi McHoberls, of varmly complimented by bis manv Letlin Mae tliev went on to vinit other relative friends bore on tho splendid paper Luneasier. was the attractive guest he rat Iticbmotid is getting out nt Iiwrenceburg. flf .Miss Anna D. Mcltobcrls Severn' Airs. William Severnnee delightful Airs. John (1. Lynn and nttrnetive dnv. Iv entertained a few friends in honor clulilrcu, spent fteral lnv witn Mr. W. S. I)ulinir has neen her mother. Airs. Alice Pickett, of Air. Lynn's Muter Air. J. 11 ('launch Alv-c- rs of to her npMrtincnts at the Shellivville Inst Tliiirsilav nftcrnnoii. nt Somerset last week. House for several days with Lavender was the color of the day. attended tho P. AI. MoItolierU, and the punch wan mado in this col-I.- .uncle, Jtnlco Peter II. fnnnral of his Air. and Aire. AL S. Kuughman, i ..i...i 9UI1III rctirsi' Alirr nt IMiinWllo Snndnv. JuiIrp Air.' and Mr. J. W. IlnuBliiimn at- mi jinn mi iifn-iiniralso orvd. Assisting AIr-- . Alier was ntw of the most distint,'iiisli tended tln Dutin-AIn- v wediliinrs nt was Sevcrauco in entertaining were Airs. cd jurists of tho Falls City. Wednesday.- Dumille C. K. Tale. Mrs. T. A. Rice. Aliss Tuesday "W. I Dawbon left JudgeJ'. A. White, who is just recovcrit Morning on a prospecting trip to from n leiiRlliv bpell of tvohoid fever Dollie AleRoborts, and Airs. Carroll Shanks who sweetly Fort Aivor, Florida. Wallace Sin- at tho Lancaster Hospital, is her. of old time songs, sang a number nnd little Aliss gleton W cnrryii'K rural route No. with bis brother, W. W. White, in the lAlnrgnrct Shanks who recited a limn during Ins absence. country. d I eon-finu .' ji .:. bcr of clercr pieces. SHORT LOCALS. bo-fo- Lillunl Lrwin, forCome and pull candy, but yon merly a resident of Lincoln count; She Mdc show, circus, hippodromo on died at Danville last Friday. was t!ie widow of the late Snnford von't m "stuck". Hetter than nny . Kvcrjliody Krwin nnit was a devoted member t cm Ih. Airs. Krwin , inilcd Only 20 cciiIn. Iho Christian church. was a cousin of Air. S. II. KlmnliH 'and had ninny other rclatiU'c here. TO EAST END TAX PAYERS Aire. Klizalieth Itofrc.'-rmoiiN- IIvii.iw.1 bus otteli silVid the life 1 have placed the tax tooks for of a Toiipy 'hild mothers should the 1'nst Did of the county with on iinnii. ulvvajs have u bottle J. C. Hailey at tho Crab Orchard lluaranteid by 0. L. IVnnv tor with list of croup etc. Outfit tl. Separ- Ilnnriiii; Coinpnnj Call on him tho and dirt road claim. .")0 cents. ate bottle pnj vour tnxes. W. L. AfcCurty, 8j-'Cipt. T. W. (Inoeli, th "Id rclia-n'- e Sheriff. turkey Uiimt f the West Did this We are prepared to install hot is oi.t after tho gobblers again Mil and is paying the highest price-u- s water nnd hot nir bentin, plumbing 81-t- f. enc, Copn llros., Lancaster, usual. li. 2. to aar aicacy at Um Standard Oil Company (IaerpralJ) Sweaters. In all colors M and sizes for ladies, miss, NICE HOME FOR SALE A cottao with six rooms, out December lOlli. buildings and two acres of land. Apply to Alary T. Jones, Lebanon, Tom Thumb wedThere will be a Crab Alnrion County Ky. ding nt the Christian church at Friday evening. For Snle. Aly homo on Aliller Fred Kichcnberger. meeting at Street. A. S. Coker closed a Calvarv church in Casey county with.. Cas-..For Sale Aly hoiro on I'ast .Slain '22 additions, also one at Orovo CSlJ' II. C. Hniiglumui. 'JO. lie iirenched to street. ..,.,inif a fine niidienco nt Fnirview church Sunday nnd Sunday cvenin;. The Ciab Orchard school tax is past due. The books are nt tho Crab There will be n pie supper nt the Orchard Hanking Company's office, Gosbeii school house on Saturday and all owing this tax will please incall and settle ut once. 0. AL nidil November lltli. Kvervone Lackey, Treasurer. vited, proceeds to go for a library. ba-z.tOn-har- the l'resbvtorion will have a i lunch of Stanford The ladies of es and children. Children's from 50c to $2. Ladies' from $1 to 2.J0. Toques from 50c to $ I . We handle only goods of quality and guarantee prices. Hughes, Martin & Co.. Stanford, Ky. lnt - '' Ilustonvillc, Ky., 2 2 ncres well fenced, house containing 0 rooms besides pnntry and bath I,0st. Overcoat in September; ret room, 3 porches cistern nnd never fniling well nt door, good barn nnd ward for return to It. C. ilannclley. all other necessary outbuildings. Splendid gaidcn. Terms easy. Q. open fncu cold wntch: T. Ashlock, Ilustonville, Ky. 82-- 4 1 Lost An vtrnp on it for a chain. Reward 81-- 2 Let me overhaul your gasoline for n turn to Afat Afyers. and avoid cold weather eiunno D. llallou. .v a. rnii rsv t TYii rrm ti (tables this winter. I "" LlCU COfXTT. Leave word at the I. J. office. n mlor FmK J. CiiritT mkf 1. oth lht wtMt rirtnrr of Khe turn otot V.Tolrdo, Oountjr Co. doin anil sute biuUirM la lh dr Pay your city tax now. Sixi per ttamakl. and thai ultl 0m will par t!u ram ol ONK IIUNUni:i DOLLAILS Jor fach and rvrry B. D. caa. ol CATARRH that cannot tx rutrd tiy tn. UK ol cent will be added Nov. 1st. 80-t- f. iuu.1 t'ATAaaii Crac rnANK j ciin.snY Carter. Camden. For Sale. Oood fresh cow. Stnnford. A. L. FOR SALE! Aly home in 1-- 2t. -- MAKES UFE'S WALK EASY It is easy to convince yourself Fresh Oysters just received. Fields ,,At f Notart I1I1UC. Bros., at Jesse Lynn's old stand. and art. taken IntcrDallr ii.u. r.tarrh rvr. laand bkwd dtnrttr upon th mtlmoniata, mucoua aartarea ot Uu) frrt. bend tor There Is a great difference in life Kstray. A small bunch of tur-ke- j; Fold br all Drunlata. lie insurance policies. Mutual Benefit rale llau family IlUa tor ronatlpatlon. have been nt mv houe at John I can show Foster's farm. Owner can get same Policies' arc superior. by paying for Miis milioe jiii.I liuir Fiesh oysters, fruits nnd rye you. Why not buy the best?. R. M. ' keep Shird Davis. :it bread at C. L. Cover's Newland Agent. I Sworn to before ine and lubw-nbthla cth dar ol ucctmwr. A. J i.. ik. GLE.VSO.V. W. A. In my prtanicc. that the "CnOSSETT" is far the best made at any price. We .are showlnq about thirty styles In all leathers, Patent, Tan, Gun Met- iw diji al, Velvet. Vici Kid in Lace antl Button in the new high toe. Come Mn and get a pair while we have your size. 8G-4- L Restored to Health by Lydia E.Pinkhatn's Vegetable Compound A woman who is sick and suffering, and won't at least Itev. J. II. Jones, pastor of the laptist church is nt I'arksville, lloylo Don't you want to try fiiheimnn's county this week ashling Hev. II. luck in fishing for a beau, at the AI. Shoiiso in a revival meeting at the Christian Kndcavor Social at tho Clems Chapel Jlaptist church. Christian church Friday night Nov. 17th. The Mayor of Aluywoud Thomas only the C. Hall lias rented ?iis Maywood W. S. Fish represents s. farm to S. AI. Yiinhook for tho year best and strongest Insurance 11)12 nnd will move his stock of Let him keep you protected. goods from AInvood to his store housn in Stanford early in January nnd will continue to bond out bargains to the people. "Tommy" will bo family welcomed back. com-oanie- I am paying highest prices for fresh eggs, chickens and nil kinus of country produce. Fields Uros., Stanford ct Jesse Lynn's old stand. SAM ROBINSON Stanford, Ky Lost U. D. C. pin with Confederate flag in colors; reward for return to this ofllce. try a medicine which has the record of Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound, is, it would almost seem, to blamv. for her own wretchedness. Read what this woman says: Richmond, Mo. "When ray second dauchtcr ww oljrhtoen spcclnllsts. months old I wns pronounfccU a hopclcst Invnlld uy severe enso I lind a I had a consultation of doctors nml they wild lind slnklijic Bpclls, of ulceration. 1 was In bod for ton weeks, condition. My father and was pronounced to 1ms In a dangerous Vcjjctnhlo Compound, Insisted that wo try Lydia li IMnkham's and hroiiKht mo six bottles. I soon lHinn to lniiroTo,.aiidny and stront; as cyer.-iwas It had all been taken Imo so as well was tho change." Mrs. ro Chamberlain's Stomach and Liver Tablets do not sicken or grie, and may bo taken with perfect safety by tho most delicate women of tho youngest child. The old nnd feeble will also find them a most suitable veil edy for aiding nnd strengthening their weakened digestion nnd for regulating the bowels. For snlo by all dealers. &- - :ze EAT BREAD And if you want eod bread order Fancy Patent Bauqhman's N. Flour frwn Ytr Htcw- - He will charge you osly 7S vcents for a 25 POUND SACK and your family can live a whele week er lenger on It. See how little it cast te live If you will EAT IREAD made of Bauah-man- 's flour. YOU CANT BEAT IT. Every sack guaranteed te be STRICTLY FIRST CLASS. On sale In every ornery stere In Stanford, and the raalorlty ef the1 stores In the county. 1 m 7 prcut friends hardly recognltcd Woodson llrunstettcr, ltichniond, Mo. There are literally hundreds of thousands of women in the United States who have been benefited by this famous old remedy, which was produced from roots and herbs over thirty years ago by a woman to relieve woman's suffering. Read what another woman says: .Toneshorn, Texas. "I have xised Lydia RPlnkhnin's VoRctu bio Compound for myself and da lighter, nml consider It for ull female discuses. I would not bo without It for anything. I wish every mother In America could Imi persuaded to uso it as thcro would be less mfferlng nniouir our sex then. I am always Kind to speak a word, of "Jiraiso for Ldln I', rink-lthis in's Vojretnlilo Compound, nml you arc nt liberty to tcstlnionlul." Mrs. Jumcs T. Lawrence, Joncsboro, Texas, Since we guarantee that all testimonials which wepub-lis- h are genuine, is it not fair to suppose that if Lydia E. uno-ounll- od m A Warm Bathroom ;hfctio sr iuaw Every mother should be careful that the children take their baths in a warm room. The chill of a cold room is dangerous after coming out of the hot water. A Perfection Smokeless Oil Hetter brings bathroom or bedroosa to just the degree of wumdiyou want in five or tea tutes. All you have to do u to touch match. The Perfection Heater burnt nine hours on one fiHing tad it always ready for use. You can move it anywhere k U needed. There i no waste of fuel and heat warming unoccupied room. Just the haat you want, when and where you want it flame spreader The Peifection U fitted with an automatic-lockin- g that prevents the wick being turned high enough to saoke and is easy to remove and drop tick when cleaning. Drum finiihed ethef ratal, yet moBg and duiaU enamel or plain atecl J Egoi auitabU (ot any room in any bom. !& DaaWi rrtrrwhat I M wiaa l aay in turquottw-tJu- a j. H. BAUGHMAN & CO. Stanford. Ky. u-- o SPECIAL SALETSays Friday and Saturday, Nov. cost. N ! BETSY'S POINTERS: "Molly thinks it 5s possible to train a husband to perform" "mnny useful feats, but one of tho most difficult is to tench him to buy economically for tho household. I just write a note, send my husband to Coffey & Colcmnn's nnd back comes' just whnl 1 ordered and just how I .rant it." COFPEY COLEMAN, 'Pinkham's Vegetable Compound had t the virtue to help these women it will help any other woman who is suffering from the same trouble ? For 30 years Lydia K. IMnkham's Vegetable Compouud has been tho standard remedy for feaaalo Ills. No sick woman docs justice to herself who will not try this famous medicine. Made exclusively from roots and herbs, and. has thousands of cures to its credit. MetfBte If tho slightest trouble appears which you do not understand, write, to Mrs. Ftekham at Lynn, Mass., for her ndvUe ttls fro and always helpful. 10-- U for i Men nnd hoy: Wo will bell every suit of clothes' in our houso Wo have a big line of Corduroy and Woolen Suits and Odd rants ud ona Standard Oil Company OatCorpordU4) M7 Tinn' fnit in pnmn. Nnw is tho time vou need 11 suit. Ladim ire will sell tho best outinc cloth thnt is mado for 8 CENTS A YARD. This nalo lasts two days only. Wr Phone 1M. .. L. L. SANDERS. -- Prompt 011 vary. iSSft i. i a!, Jm tiSfc V J (jia. . hhmt it ..a" wu - aflsaf: V r- O- - ji-- K i ! t "J r 1 t r young Jersey cow WW nlso n couple of brood bows and 8 88-tdiooK J. S. Turpin. Sulc IMntk.Ucrkshii'0 bonre J. W. Tato of Boylo bought of d cnttle at xnd Halt Orpinftttiil chickens. C. C. Phelps Cobb 20 Wither, llouto 2, Stanford, Ky. fl.05. We hai a bujor for ft fnrin ot The tobacco warehouses in Lexabout 400 acres well improctl nml ington will open for business Nov. on pike. 11 you have an) tiling nour 8, when the sale of old tobacco will this, list It with us. Hushes At be started. Males on this yenr's crop 02lf Stanford. will start about Nov. H. ill A Mavsullc firm has received nn LostA red lionr hog tlint weigh from 175 to 200 pounds. Tho order from the Porto Rico experiMayaiiuez, for n pen lust heard of was in tho Tiirnvrawlto ment station atbuff nnd whito Wynn-dot- te tacli of fancy neighlorlioxl. Finder plcnso notify hens The price paid was $100 V. I). Melntyre, of Millcrsburg, sold me at McKinncy. J. H. Williams. For Shle. 25 two jenr old mules last week to a Logan county fa liner, an extra good team of mules 88-- tf JnuiM to nt WOO. I'cniw.ltniwniiu; sold n hoi-T. M. Oreen, the crack racer ownFrtnk Linncy for $140, in the ed jointly by Scnntor It, L. Hubble, section of Uoyle. (icoi-fcKocer und T. W. Oooch, Mack Kubanks nnd Col. 1). N. Prcw- ot the McKinney tHitiou bought itt, won two nice races at Lntouia tliie oar loads of cattle down in tho I Inst week I utes went to Winchester Curtis lMne Knot soot ion mid sold them in this week to ship tobacco for n big to 4 Uucolii ut from 2 There were a number of old rows in I warehouse there. Over in Clnrrard C. A. Robinson Ilia bunch. R. L. Itcny win tho firtt Lincoln 'so!d 20 head of cnttle tj VV. It. 1,100 po'iuds in ronnty tobacco grower to nliou up Cook, meraging with his crop, on the Danville mar- weight inr f4.."0 and another si'oio ket. Most of the gniwers in this of 1,100 pound cattle to the sumo purchaser nt $4.8'i per hundred. T. section arc waiting for the d of the houses there, so ns .1. Price bought " 'lend of to knotv when the buer are nu hand yearling cattle from 12. fi. Mrown for 4 cents per pound. Pence Bros., and the market in full swing. J. C. Caldwell one of the big?el sold 30 head of 1200 pound cattle farmer and stockmen of Iloyle sold to .1. P. Tngule for $5.00 per hundred there Inst week 303 head of er.v C. II. Robins sold J 30 225-l- b hogs fine cxiwrt entile to J. ('. Hales to V. A. Lear for $0 per hundred potk- of Richmond ut the top price of Ren Sutton o!d 17 cents $0.7.0 per hundred. The price is the 'crs to C. II. Arnold nt 4 highest that has been paid for exiwund; John Collier sold n bunch port cattle in Kentucky this year. I of 220 pound hogs to C. R. ArnoM The bunch will mcnicc nbout 1500 for .to pej- - hundred. pounds each. The cattle will bring John 'White delivered 4Q0 barrels a total of about $10,000. of corn to Ranks Hudson pngasred lat spring nt $2.25. per barrel. Mr. Tnnn delivered nbout 450 barels to PUBLIC SALE OF FARM. Registered Poland China hogs, the same grain dealer also encaged nrin? nt $2.25 I Inst stock etc. TO PATRONS OF RURAL ROUTES Thursday, November 16, 1911 The noMal law and resolution at 10 o'clock a. m., having decided nil mail boxes erected on the to quit farming I will on iibova date offer ut public auction my l'nrm of side of the road in a shane that the earlier will not be deluved in nervinir 104 acres .1 miles north of Danville on sood ,iiko ( miios c.iat of them. Please ndiut vnur boxes Postmaster nt once. IJnrrodsburg und 'i iml.'s ironi liurgiu ' Close to graded school and churches Stanford, Ky. stores. In fine, section of. country laj-well and a splendid body of land nt Iwist G." acres will glow first class tobacco. Plenty of shade and everlasting vrnler, ideal for stock farm. No better neishborhood on earth. Improvements nil tie"- - and onisls of modern bungalow cottage of Sloan's Liniment is a relia(' rooms, front und back porch, tine ble remedy for any kind of 15 foot cistern nt back door, stoek horse lameness. Will kill the barn oG.x.'iO feet equipped with hay growth of tpavin, curb or splint, carrier, nil ncecssurv outbuildings, everything is new, clean, convenient absorb enlargements, and is and substantial. In fact one of the excellent for sweeny, fistula best and most desirable farms in and thru-- h. Central Kentnckv. Possession Jan. Hero's Prcot " I urt Sloans tnLiirp, 00 a We for 1st. li;h Ltmcni--J,' a cl urt. Iv. 1 ini Terms easv. If you are interestnecfwiLSout a tibi.14 01 yutr liuimcst; lure boafht more ul U vuu anjr uiltcr ed and will drop me n card I will be I A.tv Kikrv. reined lr tiola.' , dav before alnd to irct um nt UiuJc.Ky.I &!ojn'i 11 nrn '( tkt U sale a id tnko cure of um over night hare rvrcotcd t hie &lm UjiU oi. a Im k ,'tf4 a quitter liore KlJ) I For further information address. crick tm a nva tlwt saulJy Im1 1 Georqe Clavton. havt alio healed raw. au, e necka un three horica. I hire be Jed grcate hed oa & Itiiicui, ICy. cure tha: could lurdlr walk " Aktuuay j. lmr, Oakland, r., Koute No. 1. FINE LAND AT PUBLIC SALE 4 THE IHTCBUB JOURM AL. THEvrAW(rtis For Snl$y.-Ni- ee 2. 700-poun- y, John II. Foster Bold to It. I). hogs at 0c d Hottzolnw 25 They were contracted for some, time neo when hogs wcro higher thnn they are now to bo delivered thee first of this mouth. Chnrley Lutes bought a nice road horso from S. T. Hnrris last week for which he paid $90. T. V. Jones & Co., sold 30 nice stock heifers to V. II. Shanks at about II 2 cents. Win. Shanks will feed them this winter. . T. W. Jones & Company, shipped two car loads of porkers to Cincinnati last week for which they got around f 2 cents. 170-poun1-1-- Aft STAMFORD !. GISH SYSTEM KENTUCKY TUESDAY. HOVEMIEW 7. ' fc UN 5 CHiHiH; Q jib ! ADOPTED 0 ft ft ft ft ft ft. ' BY-- strir. MRS. PENCE'S SALE F. M. WARE ft ta mvteff Havinq tried the cash system for ten days and flrvdinq it so much mere satisfaeterv and every one else I have decided to run a ttrlctly spot cash, lew priced establishment and when I say tar priced. I mean exactly what I say. the Everyone who has visited my store in the last ten days knows and is sure to fully appreciate very low prices I have been making an many lines of qoods and as my sales on these special lines have so same low prices far exceeded my expectations Is my reason for aoplyinq theannouncing many thrown out my entire -of the new prices which are tabllshmrnt. I will have out in a day or so s6me laroe bills much lower thnn I have heretofore made and these prices hold need en every thina I carry but don't wait for the bills, come right along and let me show vou and if I can't save you from 15 to 30 per cent, en every- -, thing I have I won't ask you to buv a penny's worth. than when I began mv I am receiving new goods daily and mv stock is new in much better shape sales as most of the old underslrablc stock has heen disposed of and replaced by new and goods which are oolno rapidlv at or ices which have caused the greatest sensation et anything ever attempted in the mercantile line in this section and I wwtt to thank all those who have come and spent their money so freely with me and so far as I know not one has ever gone awav dissatisfied, which sneaks volumes as In adopting the plan here announced I feel I can betI have had customers from 4 or 5 diftertnt counties. ter serve the neeple In giving them mare attd better niocs tor their money and I believe mv plan wilt be appreciated by the people. Again thanWnq voif'nnd lr.il.nq tnc and all to tall with your castVery Truly Yours. . s v v M ft eV. mr ft. t; Well Attended Last Week and Geed Prices Reltm 'I he farm nnd stock sale held by Sirs. Sallie Pence nnd sous 'last Thursday near Murksbury win well attended, the following being some of the sales made: X pair of 8 year old mare mules to J. It. Hubble for marc 1345.50; n pair of mules to K. It. Itright for $.'182.50. a mare mules to V. pair of T. Drolin for $4:17.50; a yearling mnre to J. It. Ituble for $127.50 and a yearling mare mule to C. Iluble horse mure for $112.50; a 2- - ear-ol- d to John Foster for $145; a mare mule to J. C. Ruble for $105 bay mare, John Ruble n bay horse, u 3- -j ear-ol- d $107.50 geldAdnm Pence $65; a 2- - car-ol- d ing to John Rankin $112.50; a old gelding. J. It. Ruble $152.50; brood mare, II. C. Ruble $72.50; A Jersey cow, L. C. Itrown $40j ii bull calf, J. U. Burton $34; hogs, J. II. Wnlden, nt 10 T and $5.00, 2 sows, I). Rankin nt .r5.00.500 bales timothy hay to T. C. Rankin at ? 10.51, per ton. 175-pou- ft ft ft ft, ft' ci-n- ft ft, ft.' ailver-tfcetnen- ts 700-poun- H ft ft ft ft ft ft , 100-pou- 1- -2 p-- r e McKINNEY 0 & F.M. WARE O At. ' ft KENTUCKY OOOt5U5 00809808 0000 OOPgQgqg friggig gQQgOOgggg ft ft ft ft ft l4 1 r- - re-nii- -2 s BIG PUBLIC SALE! MULES, - Stops Lameness OF AND CATTLE BROOD MARES, JENNETS "- 1 f 1 YlrllT"lfi111s.11rrBJalMManafT Thursday, Nov. 9, 191 1 wiam-w- h-i- iu -:- - AT 9:30 A. M. -- :- 1 will sell at public auction 200 ncres of my farm a mllu from on Thurday, November 9. The place will be sold in three tracts and then ns a whole and tho sale icnlizintr the most money will stand. This is fine land, nnd a splendid opportunity to et a bargain. R. E. Goddard. I Ilar-rodsbu- SLOANS LINIMENT is good for all farm stock. Sold by all "My liogf ltad Utc rlwlera three days before Me Rnt four liniment, which 1 was advised to try I hate used It now for three days and my hues are almost well. One hog d cd before t cot the hnlroeot, but I liare not lmt any since." A. J, iUCVAKTMV, ICUTUle, lOO. Dealers. My son, Henry Baughman, having decided to go to Atlanta, Ga., with J. H. Baughman in the wholesale mulebusiness, I have decided to sell the following surplus stock without reserve or by-bi-d at my home farm 2 miles North West of Hustonville and 2 miles South West of Moreland in Lincoln county, Ky. 35 Mule Colts, more than half mares 60 Sugar Yearling Mules, more than half mares. 25 good brood mares, bred to jack and draft horse. mules. 30 three year-ol- d 8 good jennets. fa. fa. rr vW fa fa, fa. fa. - O O 0. J. r' fa. fa. fa. fa. fa. POSTED & Prict 60c &, $1.00 O& v O tt '.H I W. Ilastv C. T. Willson, B. Manning Herman llirkolr.. C. M. Allen, y9PVKasssssssl J Reichcnbach Ilros. N. H. Plummer, Jacob Gander. R II. Uaughmuu Mattie II. Ilewes. W. P. Bclden IVtd VonAllniaii. ,1. M. Oooch John Ileroi;. Win, mid John Huffman. 4 good jacks, 15 well bred-Jers- ey 1 to 8 years old. Blom's Book oo Honef, Cattle, Hog and Poultry ent tree. Addrta Dr. Earl S.Sloan Baetea, Mast. . J.L.Beazley&Co t " 10 well bred 2 and 3 year old colts. 50 good feeding cattle, weight 750 to 950. 5 good aged mules. cows and heifers. 50 plain feeding cattle, 800 to 950 lbs. 25 plain yearling cattle. if, AND EM- UNDERTAKERS ALSO DEALGALMERS. MATER IN FURNITURE, TINGS, RUGS. THEY WILL 1$ I I 7r. l FURNITURE EXCHANGE FOR ALL KINDS OF STOCK. GIVE THEM A CALL. PRICE RIGHT. UUIIEIOFIEIFME bs ashamed of my face," wrlten M 9 l. cleantia tho akin of (he irerma of 1'aorlasln and other arloua aklo all staff a ; atonu tli Itch Instantly, and aoap Mlsk. l'lckurd of North Carolina. "It wait all full ot iilmptrM und Maris, luC D. 1). uritr usingcan suy li. l'rtisciiiilloo tor I'cxema I that now there m no ailgn of tliat Mxeuiu ami that wa tlirsa yearn iiaro." fbia U but one of thousands of casea 1 which V. li. D. Iiaa alniply washed IK avav the akin trouble. IJ. We t want faid 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 anid under, cash; over that PRODUCE Highest P,r,i!5 -- when with V. D. D. the curiM Nothing Ilka isrero to ue permanent. Vpli, tl.rorthe complexion. bottla S& cnta. enoiiirh ta I rt1 w?Blrful reni- vroVifii ! you a full alt ""ke can alao on ur l,'Ute i.iJlla for l If thta very flratlottU fall (JTvI you ralUf tt will coat you boUi- - ntl J. K. BAUGHMAN, Hustonville, Ky. FREE DIMMER FOR ALL. iV i k Tnl flr't ' S H. Bi MKOtt. T. K. Tudor. Mr. PHONB 153. tbutvi & TNiMr, tniMiots. kjtv L M. DUNN, Jv, Auc I , ,