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KENTUCKY, FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 10, 19U EVERY TUESDAY AND FRIDAY u i maro I Affirmative nnd Prof. Reynolds nnd BELOVED WOMAN JUDGE WALKER HOLDS J. J. Durham, Negative and a good LAST COURT TERM HERE Jim McCormnck mire time for all. Joo V. Rout and Hudson Dohoii Passes Away At Her Home In The $92.50. West End. of Hustonville were calling on the J. D. Rout nged maro $50 Official Count Is Being Made Ovrr Prominent Buyers on Hand To Did Juries Empannclted and Several Mitchell Taylor mare Misses Deck hero last Sunday eveThe Slate Today Lincoln For Classy Olfcrlnas of West Cases Are Tried Heavy Fines ning. $70. Mrs. America Rcid. widow of the Shows Up Splendidly End Farmer. For "Sellina Llqht Bread" II. D. Davis Mr. John A. Howe of Somerset late Samuel Rcid of imin $110. Hustonville and Dr. Proctor maru $J 15. wns the guest of MNs.Kitt .Murphy one of tho best known and most beThe Inal term of court that Judge The official count in tin recent J. D. Rout One of the most successful of the cure $Tj. last week. J. II. Dnughman election is being mnrin today and Mr. C. R. Drawner has completed loved women in tho West End, died Lewis L. Walker, of Garrard, will mate mntiv snlcs which hnve been held bv until that id reported, it will lie imthis fall $100. his new dwelling on Lee Street and at her homo there Thursday evening hold in Lincoln county, begnn hero Lincoln county fntmers C, C. Ruble possible to Bny just cxnoty what marc $150. moved in this week and Mr. Kipples nfter n short illness. She had suf- Wednesday was that of J. K. Ilaiighmnu at hii morning, tho opening of McCreary's majority will lie. ComJ. 11. Woods horse $S8 is building n large building on Clark fered farm near Hustonville Thursday. nn attack of pneumonia some the term having been positioned two plete unoflicinl returns on Thursday J. II. Itaiighmau - car-ol- d Notwithstanding the fact that mute Avenue and will use it for a ice days before, and on account of her days on account of the election showed n mnjority of 34,217 over was not ideal for a hi ' $125. hoiiu ami meat market. Stanford City Election, I. II. Yowell O'Rcnr, anil it is not believed Unit --'e'ding The McKinney Polytechnic insti- advanced ngc she would have been The grand jury wns empauiieled and Total crowd, n good list of buyers was on Pre. ilielfi I the oOleinl count will niter tlint much "Old" Ticket hand, nnd the bidding for his fine $75; same again $55. tute (a colored Institution) 2 have 80 years old, the 25th of next Feb- charged apd nfter a short deliberaTlio figures below show Lincoln M. I. Elmore Jacks -- 211 offerings wns spirited nt all time. cnoujh ot their building completed ruary sank rapidly to tho end. .31 12(1 tion, wns adjourned until next Mon-da- y comity'H ir, flic totals of the sales nmnmilcd to J. E. Wright ote, which is being jack so that they can begin their school. A. T. Niiimelley 37 128 Mrs. Rcid was throughout her week. Several small cases were today by !' County Elec- H. F. Rout They hae three "ttiilerits from lown 239 about V2U000. Col. I. M. Dunn, of $283. 31 129 Mitchell Taylor tion Commissioners. Much credit is 237 Ilauville, cried tho sale and kept jmk and are expecting some more in long life n faithful member of tli tried this week, but court adjourned T. Fence, Jr., .32 12(1 due Cnmpnign 237 things iuoviii?. Tho list of the pnn-- ( $175, Chairman Rowan Christian church, pud tho last rites on Thursduy until Monday. soon. R. I'owell . .33 12(! Suurtey r,nd the other dcmoornlic jack $410. ( . (liineli J. N. Carter ipnl sales made is ns follows: 233 Mrs. Sallie Alford died last week to her memory were paid by her ..3 122 The two juries drawn were ns fol-M. S. Daiighman jack nnd wns buried nt the McKinney pastor, Rev. W. S. Willis Friday afMules. workers for the result, for they New" Ticket lows: 101 Cemetery. Mrs. Mford wns a good worked hiird and long to accomplish borce mule V. T. Rob- $305. 77 II. O'llauiiou .'17 W. M. Mnthenv. W. II. Underwood 11(1 inson (17 Joe E. Wright jack woman and will bo missed in her ternoon, nfter which interment wns the result, and are being congrntu-Intc- d Embry Hciuley ..33 170 cemetery. 1.1(1 Hint Floyd, James Mcsser. John Ran comjaunity where she lived. on all miIim for t lie show in John Ilaiighinau 33 77 John Muster, one piiir of horses $285. Mrs. in the HuM(-iivill- e (18 Jennets -- in MOO. they iiiiulc in Lincoln. Alford wns in her seventy ninth 29 Mrs. Rcid was n member of a kin, Joo Phelps, John Kennedy, J. J A. Allen $55. r, 118 W. Governor McCreary will be 72 cnr and lived in Geneva, a sttlmib large and prominent family, nnd U. Depp, W. P. Logan, It. C. J. C. MeClary ...29 I. Flovd, iatr mare mules J. E. WriKht $97.50 (17 J. 11. Woods in Frankfort on Decern-Ite- r R. ('. Arnold ...29 Howcn Goode, W. U. Hill. 112 .$325. of our town, for several yenrs. leaved many to mourn that she is no $147.50. J. D. Rout 12, but the other state ofilcers Mr. John Dulweber, of Cincinuini, John Duster pair irnre mules $l")0 Petit Juries II. W. Givcns, John J. E. WriKht $100. do not go in tint i Jan. 1st. When Mill Spilman, Mercer coiufty, pair was the puest of the Misses Gooeh more. She wns n sister of Judge Carter, II. Hatigh, II. II. Cooper,, P. Crab Orchard City Election James P. Dailey, of this city, Mrs. L. Heck, J. N. Pctlns, Garner Price, A50. J. M. Newell Henry Hosworth got 8 into the Audon Inst Friday. Total Iioim- - mules .325. Precincts Drye, Mrs. Helen Iluffrann, II. D. Aldridgc, G. P. Bright, J. II. One hundred and twenty-lh- o cat .1. II. Haufhmnii, 1 seven year old itor' ofllee, Joe T. Embry, of this "Old" Ticket Drothur Gabbnrt will preach nt tle were sold during the sale, the the Christain church Sunday morn- and J. W. 1 locker, ot Hustonville. Englcman, Jr., A. C. Alford, A. P. 13 horse mule $100. county, will go n an one of bin men Jas Guest , . .28 She is survived by fno children, Car- Sloan, L. Gooeh. E. V. Carson, Wm. e:irling niu!e KSO prices ranging on the Inigee entile ing nnd evening. V. II. Shnnks 1 17 in the ofllee at a good salary. .Mr. G. H. Lyne . .32 13 Embry is ono of the hardest workers D. IC. Farris V. C. Floyd, 12 year old hore jat from $1 to $1.10. Smaller en.31 Ruth Tannner went to roll Rcid, James Reid, Leslie Rcid, Hester, E. T. Ren.ley, S. J. Erabry, Miss in the pnrty and his friend are con40 mule $145. Jr., E. H. Denham, S. E. Owsley, G. V. E. l'erkins tile old by the head at from $11 to Somerset Sunday night to attend the June Rcid nnd Miss Anna Reid. .28. The principal cattle buvers burial of her little cousin Robert 1 yearling mare niuln $47.50 - II J II. Yowell, gratulating him on his pood luck. S. Carpenter, Chas. Lovcll, J. F. George II. Harris 29 FOOT BALL STARS (loTcnior-clrc- t were J. I). Whitehouse, W. C. Mvcis, runner. McCreary receivHoldam,, W. II. Hoone, W. L. $145. "New'Tlcket I -- 87 Walden Dro.,s II. D. Dnvi-- . R. T. 2(i ed a great ovation at Richmond on W. W. Miirgin ..01 Will Clarksoii went to Science Hill Same bought same ,$147.50. Judge Walker is recovering nicely ThurMluv when ho returned home. A R. - Collier J. II. Haiighinan 2 vear old hoic Druce, J. II. Woods, and Will Lillaid. last week and met MNs Ersie Aaron Are Found on Honor Roll of Stan2- 1- So til ingular coincidence wus tb.it he wns II. I). Campbell ...ri7 2"i 82 mule $125. from his recent attack of typhoid and were united in the holy bonds ford School for Past Month CHILD BURNS TO DEATH 81 met nnd escorted to town from the J. S. Duke W. C. FIomI same 130. fill i'ver. He delivered n vigorous 22 nf matrimony nnd leturiicd to his depot in the samo carriage which Ilurnvc Kidwcll ..58 eharge to the grand jury. Common81 W. P. Walden same $137.50. home here. Mr. Clnikson has a 23 met him and in which be rode when J. II. Ranchman same $145. Little Son of Mose Tanner Meets A lici- -t of friends who wish him and Prof. J. W. Ireland has announc- wealth's Attorney Charles A. Hardin hor-- e mule who was elected circuit judge on governor 3(5 years ajo. Many men John Duster his fair mate all the happiness Hustonville City, Election Fearful Fate ed the Honor Roll of the clnsses of Tuesday was heartily congratulated were present who greeted him on a Total $102.50. Precincts I mare .similar occasion before. Graded ana High on all sides by his host of friends. the Stanford J. II. nniiubmnii 2 "Old" Ticket McKinney, Kj. Nov. 9. Gov. Fiw, the democratic govern- G. C. Riffe Hardin will net in his 'rapa51 mule $107.50. 32 19 ANNOUNCES FOR JAILER school for the month of October. A Judi-A message was received beio on city as prosecutor at ths term o T0 Win Dnntn 12 yearling mare mutes or of Massachusetts, was 32 John H. Riffe ..18 dance nt it shows the names there- court for ho will not assume his Sunday moruini;, telling of the sad 19 at tIGO per head: 15 yearliiu hor-- e nnd not defeated, as the I. J.'h E. U. Powell ....19 30 death of little Robert Tanner, the Prominent East End Farmer Asks on of a number of the students who duties ns circuit judge until some 18 mules at $129 per head. report had il. 30 McKinney ..18 S. 0. 19 The New Jersey legislature is re- Mack Penvvhouso 17 32 J. II. Yowcil 10 vearlii' mnre youngest son of Mose Tanner, who, For Democratic Nomination have distinguished themselves re- lime in December. with his mother, was visiting at publican, llollins democrats who The court took up and tried sevmliles at $120 a head. "Old" Ticket cently on the football field and in eral small cases before adjourning 13bave been whipped for better thine 1 J. Newbem ..20 03 J. II. Daiishmnn pair ve.uling Somerset. It seems, the little felIn thi.s is-of the 1. J. in found other branches of athletics, which on Thursday. Will Curtis, a negro, low was left in the room by the lire 11 by Gov. Woodrow Wilson, thouuht A. M. Fryc 01 mare mules $25. 20 by himself and his dress cniu:ht firo the formal announcement of the they could diBcredit him by defrnt-im- r Howard Camnitr. 22 12 01 fromthe Deep Well Woods seetio- -. John Duster, same $270. of goes to show tlint the boys at the wns fined $50 for shootimr unnther from the grate. His grandfather. caudidncy of Peyton Pnrrish, JSO. 00 men bo was working for. Tlicv J. 43 Tilford Alexander snme Weatherford 23 school are proving themselves negro. Mr. Gann, heard the screams of Crab Orchard, for the democrat! local 01 will And the country Iovch him all I. R McCormack 22 42 J. F. Oliver same $255. i the little one nnd rushed into the nomination for Jailer of Lincoln proficient nt their books at 'wcr- - as hor.--v Will Lee a well known the more" for their tieachcry. local J. II Dntighmiiii room and threw a blanket about the county. Mr. Pnirish is one of the in swept nil of the prin- MANAGED CAMPAIGN LININ mule $145. Democrats the athletic departments. The negro, who wns out on $50 bond for child, hut the flames had alreadv very best known members of Ins carrying concealed a deadly weapcipal cities of Ohio. After Jung John Dntcr snui" $l?i COLN COUNTY. Honor Roll is ns follows: on, and malicious shooting, failed to mare got in their fearful work and the party in the East End nnd has C. C. Carpenter cipnl cities' of Olw. After a long been known us a hard worker child was burned so badly that it Piiniarj Sara Reck, Clifton answer to his name and his $50 bond mule $177.50. term umi.-- Hos fox, Cincinnati impo-sib- lt to save its life A'l for its success. He has a clear and furnished by J. T. Embry. was deelar elected a dcnioccuij mayor Henry irarc was J. II. Dnuphman 3- - ear-ol- d Jennie Harnett, Olga Cnnien-isf(hat lovini: hands could do tu snvc unbroken record of 30 j ears' ser- P.eek, c, ed forfeited nt next term iu I mulo $105. T. Hunt, who, is James Paxtou, Mary Louise Lee was fined $50 nnd given of court. it was in vain and in a little while vice in its behalf, without having defied Cor and hi gnu;. T'io sht.le Homer Pence pair ten days the mmiI of the little fellow lind re- -- eratehed a ticket, and has u host Stone, Lueile Walker, Annette in jail. democratic tickil was larned to tit-lohorse mules $295. It of friend- - who will be found work Wray. an Sinsletou wns fined $20 for J. II. Dnugliinan yenrlmg m.ire turned to Him Who gnvc it. in t'in'iariit. i nd I lien? nio seems that the band of affliction has ing bald to give him this blight striking the Hevins boy. I i oe i" en mnlo $150. f ni-- l to be 2.i (( Grade I. Kntherine Hr.ce, Viola who hate hunhorse mule dealt ven heavily with Mrs TanAnton Hrnnish. a well known faraway to the fiu'lif-II. D. Davis Kluiore. Adolph Caineniseh, Frances mer near Crab Orchard, caiiKht ft ner in the last two week- -, for her gered long e,ir $125. A MAIL CARRIER'S LOAD nmnv bv I locker, New Mexico surprised I it.li, 'Mary hoic mother had ju-- t died a few dins C. J. II. DaiigUmiin Adelaide fine of $C0 in each of two eases, nnd and she had gone to Nuncr-e- t several others were continued upon mule t 120. lulling up nice minorities, for the I'roctiir, Leila C. Raney. Seems heavier when he ha a weal: motion of his nttorney, G. D. FlorS. II. Daiighman mare mule colt to cee her mother, and was prepar tleiiiucratn state tieki t and the leg's S1'" Grade II. Josephine Gooeh. Mar- ence. u ing to return home the morning her back and kidney trouble. Fred Dueh-reHrnnish was charged with $110. lature. As the Constitutional Mr. child met with the accident Mail Carrier at Atchison, Kns., gie Lynn, Henry Haugbmnn. honor without a license. His recently held in the new Same again $71. of say- -: and Mrs. Tanner have a ho- -t this result ''I bave been bothered with C. C. Ruble mere mule colt $72. Mute was Republican,, Grade III. Ethel Hrecdlove, Mar- - defense was tlint be sold licht bread friend- - hero who extend to them kidnev and bladder trouble and had Horses nnd gave away drinks of wine wth was a surprise. 4- MeClure, Thelma Powen, the bread. The witnesses nil lesti-fic- d "sympathy 5n their a severe pain aeroess their heartfelt my back. Dr. John Rohards. of Merter, The New York legislature will be hour of bereavement. Whenever I enuied n henvv load of Vie Gose Smith, Margaret Shanks. trebling 177.50. yenr-ol- d that they bought only bread from overwhelmingly republican, a repu The literary society will meet Fri- mail, inv kidnev trouble increased. mnie J. II. Huughiiuin dintiou of Gov. IHx'h ndminitration wm Grnde IV Frank Cordier, Mary Hrnnish, but as thev paid about 20 t day nt 7 o'clock. There will Some time ago, I started taking Folcents n slice for it, Judire Walker $175. and a rebuke to the u ethods of Tamgeldii-be a debate, resolved that Foreign ey's Pills and since taking them t Hill Gin num. Morris Jackson. V. D. Durtoti instructed the jurv that if amount many Hall. Emi'.'rntioii should not bo prohibited. have gotten entirely rid of all my Grade V. Mary Reck, Elizabeth paid was not commensurate with the $175. Arthur I'ue (ionium, a sou of the folmare There will be four debators as kidnev trouble and am sound now ns Outer, Tilden Cooper, Carrie Davis, actual value of the bread, it was J. F. Gover Into famous senator, was defeated lows T. II. Singleton, It. II. Metealf, ever," Shugars and Tanner. he should be cononly n dodge, $102.50 lor governor of MnrIimd bv bis reThelma Fraucis, Rachel Hill, John victed upon it.and H. Rowan Sauflev. publican opponent. Ooldslmrom-h- . Reid McKinney, "Willie Pepples, There is a big docket nt the preHeath Severance, Annette Wearcn. sent termj which is ns follows: (Continued on Third Page) Grade VL Alice Tunune, Hobart Arnold, Nancy K. McKinney, Annie If. Powell, Annie V. Craig, Clarence Singleton. Grade VII Ilartwell Shanks, Jean Paxton, Nellie Wilson Hill, W., McKinney, Matsy Grimes. Grade VIII Maud Arnold, Ethel Legis Seh Supt Com As Clk Ct Ap R R Com Treas Audi Atty Gen Ooeii'or. Lt. Gov. See- Shite Ilraekett, Prescott Drown, Jesse CO Ci ?5 H CO O C9 X I locker. S t 3 ST S rr P 3 ST. U o n 3 r"r T en LINCOLN COUNTY 3 r Frehmnu Mary S. Cook, ClinJr 3 o X- 61 3 -3s o 2. ' aa fij i n f ton Coleman, Sallie Mills Craig, a NOV. 7, 1911 3i -3 HolU-clnMaynio Singleton, Roberta 9911 190 99 1971 99 190 99 190 09 190 ioo; 197 101 99 10 (i 09! 190 99 190 Annie D. McRoberts, Bessie DAKOTA JACK THE 198 90 190 Stanford No. I Court House. MONTANA COW BOY. r inn no inn 1221 195 117 Moore. Verna Rout, Mary IL Raney, mi ion mi iio Asks you the question, 'uro you a 101 123 191 120 190 120 193 111) 188 122 190 121 Stanford No. 2 Max.ille. Ellen Mae HolUclaw. iimnt" or a piece of a man? should ! Sophomore Robeil Carter nnd you see a wagon with a wheel broken 100 170 105 174 105 174 105 174 105 175 105 170 104 174 105 174 105 173 100 ISO 102 i78 Stanford No. 3, Engine House. down or some of the running gear 1'fHo rtauglimnn. (131 M 114 02 03 11204 HI 113 03 112 03 112 r 03 112 03 113 03 112 broken would you ask tho question 05 113 113 - Junior1 Harry Reiuhnrt. Rowland "It. that u wagon?" Tho answer 220 109 229 119 229 1 19 f 228 107 227 103 220 104 9"! 229 104 22 9 lllli 229 119 Senior Morrison Bright, Harris would come back "No that's a piece 96 229 220 Hustonville 'No. 1 Why should not the " Will MeCnrty, Coleman, Willie ot a wagon." 83Tl2 81 113 82 112 82 1121 82 112! 82 112 82 1 12!l 821112 82 112 79 115' 81 ll'2i same apply to mankind, wheu man is JIustonville No. 2.. Moore, John M. II. Waters. the greatest pieeo of mnchiuery on earth. If you are broken down with 8293 80 00 Sit 90 81 90' 81 90 81 00 80 90 82 00! 79 90 81 90 ' 82 91 'f umersvillo rheumatism, Stomach, Kidney, Illood KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS 102 101 100 102 100 1021 1 00 102 100 1021100 "l04 102 101 102 102 100 10 2 101 102 101 103 or nervous diseases, you are only a McKinney, Arc Considering a Fair for Stan- piece of a man, A black smith will 109 210' 109 220 repair the wugou and .'A 45 day 109 220 109 220' 109 219 10.8 220 109 220 109 219 109 210- 109 219 170 218 ford Next Year Il Crab Orchurd No. 1 treatment of Purley'H Iudinu, llrbs "l59"l01 148 185 148 185 i 14 8 185 148 185 148 185 118 185 148 185 148 185 14(1 187! 155 19l The local Knicbts of Pythias are will repair the broken dowif'jnuin. Crab Orchard No. 2 considering promoting a fair for People were put here ou enrtuW 1G0 107 159 105 157 105 1 05 159 105 : Stanford next year, and at their wear out like inaeliiiierj, not to diW ;v-:;. 100 111 159 100 150 105 159 105 J59'105 159 105 159 Wnynesbtirg No. 1 next regular meeting night, next with little frivolous diseases. Purs-ley- 's 137 136 Indian Herbs have repaired 144 137 '130 135 130 135 13 0 135 130 135 137 135 laiij 134 137 131 137 134 137 13lj Thursday night, will take un tho King's Mountain No. 2,.: x.-w- k matter for consideration. The K. of hundreds, of broken down mcu and 13l' G4 142 G7l 1 31 CO CO 131 00 131 00 132 00 132 08 132 07 132 09 133 73 135 P.'s make a great success of their women nnd will do the same for I I Highland No. 3.M tuaHaia:a-nivfair at Nicholasville, and there is you. God made nature's remedies. 41 1008 1029 1902 1025il893 1039! 1922 1051 1043 1652 1D08 1C28 1900 1G29 100 8 1045 19011048 1007 1045 1907l0 no better bunch of live wires any- Pursley's Indian Herbs aro Nature's 271 154 279 277 200 202 233 20 3 277 280 where than is found hi the member-shi- n own remedies Jind you can get t WalwHlH x.. aocaaax- - 291 for 91,00 at Shu- of Dindem Lodge of SUnfurd. 15 days treat-ma- t and if they get behind the fair, it gars und Tanner's drug store nnd a will be a ko. Tho oftlcera of the bottlo of cow boy liniment free until lodge are very atudoua that cverv Nor. 20th. Creme soap. Ask Sbu- member attend next Thursday skkt iwrs ft Tanner for about two cake 'Ak . ftifl ftt-:.'j.. i lL n..' ..,.',iudK,..'.,. free, alae Katun's nawdy. whia Mm muttwr iriH'be qcm44rw-l- . UZi:toJ Xl - ... . M'CREARY'S MAJORITY IS OVER 34.000 fact that German wan the beneficiary of a ruthless innchine. cnus-e- d bin defeat. OuUido of Louisville, the greatest loverso in any ono county was in Johnson county, tho home of John C. C. Mayo. Its normal republican mnjority in 1,500 hut in this election it overturned that and registered n majority of 1.1 for McCreary and tho democratic ticket. McCrcarj's majority in Franklin county was 1738 tho largest it over gave for n candidate for governor. Tho $21,000 SALE HELD BY J. K. BAUGHMAN M. 1133. ilartin .1- rati-viibi- cl .... Dud-dera- Pri-cil- la - I- e uc r -- HHnmiHii TffBaKUr'laaaH b, rv BfsHH s&HjJlh he-lo- Con-cntio- n. Sttr.fliB nii-b- t Lincoln County Official Vote in The State Races. i 35 noon I 3 -- - ..,,... ...... .... ,.. I - II ! )l(rrr'r &&;- J&mlCitltkMJ. -- .jh., Jj. y 'j "i-i- ' ,T,'if""wiiiwip .'"' w'yii'ymy "w iye,'"B iw'mj'i'n-nnt- i ",i 'mvtr - ' is 1 TMF INTminn IMIRNAL. COMES STAMFORD KFWTIIP.KV FRIDAY. NOVEmIEB 10. Ill I 1 The Interior Journal Established 1872 IN ADVANCE titan-for- AS GRAND Of Masons MASTER Cor- SPLENDID ATTRACTION TO OPERA HOUSE ON NOV. 10 irAwi-W- I J. N. Saunders Lays nerstone at Sprinnfield. A Poor Weak Woman Ai tho ti termed, "ill endure bravely and patiently fonlet which n strong man would giro way under. The (act It women are more patient than they oujlit to be under inch trouble!, livery woman might to know that the may obtain the mint experienced medical advice frtt tf thargt end In fihcht tffiiitntt and privacy l.y writing to the World' l)ipcnnry Medical Asaoclatinn, It. V. l'lerre, M. I)., President, lludilo. N. Y. Dr. Pierre hi been chief consulting phytticrtn of tho Invalidi' Hotel and Sunfical Inililute, of IluTalo, N, Y, for many enr and hat Ind a wider practical experience In the treatment of women' iMtcnics than ry other phytlclan In thli country. s fur their oatonuliing' cfiicacy. llli medicines are The molt perfect remedy crtr deviied for vrenk and dell cat women Dr. I'ierca I'arorlte Prescription. IT MAKES WEAK WOMEN 5TnONG. SICK WOMEN WELL. The many nnd varied lymptnmi of woman's perid'rr aitnrrta are fully et forth in Plain LWIIih In the 1'eople'a Mcilicvl Ad nr f s vtiti:r). a newly Edition of which, revised and will ho mailed frt on receipt pi .11 one-crmi, to pay coit of nmllttid tnlj. Address a ahovr. world-famou1 1 cloth-houn- HELTON M. SAUFLEY,... Publisher II A YEAR STRICTLY teres at trie rostofflco at aa second class mall. POLITICAL ANNOUNCEMENTS. For Jailer. Peyton Parrlsh announces his Lincoln candidacy for Jnilcr o county, subject to tlio nction of the Democratic party.. event Hint we can ever remember made us onc'hnlf. as hnppy as we are over the election o Jnmes II. McCreary lo the Governor Bhi) of Kentucky. From the very first of the fight wc have never had the tlighlfst doubt of hit Wc fought our best for his nomination and saw from tlio enthusiasm which it engendered in the party 'Hint it nrcaged a complete victory in the final race. And tho ro suit has fulfilled our every expectation. And while wc nro talking nbont tho result, wo want to compliment State chairman Itufus VanSant upon tho splendid work which lie did in organizing tho state and putting steam into tho campaign which kept things moving till tho wire was reached. And with him worked those democrats and fine fellows. Bob Phillips, Henry Lawrenco and Dan O'Sullivan, with behind them the master hand of that general of political strategy. Percy ITaly. Simmering things down to their final analysis, it was Halv, who, outside of McCrcarys own strength, did ilie greatest work toward securing him the nomination for governor, and it was Haly who was behind his elecTho democracy of tion. him a debt of gratitude can never pay. He wants which it no office it can give him. Tf there was ever a politician who subverted his own interests to those of hi" friends and who, when he was a friend, knew no extremity to which he would not go for his friend, that man is Haly. Wc sincerely congrnt-ulat- c him upon his splendid work. No political clc-tion. es p The vote on tho' bond issue for a new courthouse in Mercer lost by a large majority. If those who favor the proposition will come over here, wo'll show them tho finest court-hons- o of any country town in the btate and put them wise on tho q. t. to how Lincoln managed to vote it. Tho Interior Journnl guessed just half enough majority for McCreary and the splendid ticket. We said a few days before the election that wc thought it would be 17,500 and it went to 34,000 majority. To our good friend, Ed Shinnick We told you so. We just have to say it. Free for Stomach -- l : and Bowels s, I. I? J f We are in receipt of letters from Mrs. Eva Gaskins, 301 Madison St, Topeka, Kans., and Mr. P. II. Gavel-laWagoner, Okla., as well as man; others, telling about the wonderful results they have secured in the cure c' their stomach and liver trou ''cs Lj the use of Dr. Caldwell's Syrup Pepsin. Tbls remedy, as all reader! doubtless know, has been before the public tor a generation and Is now being more extensively used than any other remedy Xor (tomach, liver and bowel complaints, According to reliable testimony. It seems to be a. very quick and lasting cure for constipation. Indigestion and dyspepsia, liver trouble, biliousness, headaches, sour stomach, pal on the stomach, drowsiness after eating and similar disorders.so It Is a liquid mild and genwith tonlo effect, and a tle In action that a child as well as It crown person can take It, In fact. no equal for children, women and has old people. It arouses the flow of eaitrle Juice, And by a peculiar action trains the stemsch and bowel muscles to again dps tbelr work naturally, and In time modl-dntof all kinds 'can be dispensed with. A free sample bottle can be had for trial by sendlncr your address to the doctor, for In this way Mrs. Calkins, Mr. (Javelins and many others Later, when first learned of the cure. you need, do satisfied It Is the remedy as others are doing and buy It of your druggist at fifty cents and one dollar a bottle. Dr. Caldwell doe not feel that the purchase of his remedy ends his He has specialized In stomach, liver and bowel diseases for over forty years and will be pleased to give tht reader any advice on the lubject free of chars;. All are welcome to write HIsl Whether for tho medical advic r the free Minnie aaare him ur. W. . calaweu, K uwwtu building, obit-ratio- n. M. Tbc nntlnnnl npplo show, the greatest event of the year hortlculttirnllr, In Hpoknne, Wnti, this will popular prices hne be.n ma tie for year, bo held set being Nov. tho date the evening, 25 and X cents with j0 Mnny n iliock of corn Is lifiril bit cent" for reserved cnts. A spccinl 'from heavy fall rains through fatturo mte of $1.50 for the renuiinitig four j to mnko a ami later tlo nbovo nttrnetious of the Ljeeuni season the first when the fodder vrtu cut and NEWS BRODHEAD will be the Mendolssohn Quartet an has been innde by the local club. Whlcli has become looe through it evening of musical entertainment !., One of tho very best shown ever shrinkage of the tnlks and leaves. Mrs. Ilcrndon Ilutclieson, of is visiting her sister, Mrs. W. four talented men nrtislr. Tlicy seen here will be that of Reno, the A fish hatchery in Oregon tins Just E. Gravely. Albright spent Satur- come on the evening of November 10 Magician, who conies on November started Its "Incubators" going with Mrs. Alice 10,000,000 Mlmon rpgs. Theso will day and Sunday with homefolks nt This is a splendid attraction nnd a 21th, oon nftcr the Mendelssohn be given proper "broixler" nccommodn-i Mnretshurg. big crowd will tirdoiibtedlv attend ns Qnnrttt. tlons nnd jIien old enmipli to forage Mr. nnd .Mrs. J. M. Itobcrtn visited for tlicni!clrrs will be liberated lu the in Stanford and Danville last week. eorporntion doing business in Ken- streams or tuo racinc slope. ROMANCE OF THE REAPER Q. Frith recently sold a pair of J. tucky; the Commonwealth pays the mule to Owen Jarrett for $290. co-- t of prosecution, nnd should a Tho fact Is not Byron Perkins of Mt. Vernon, vis- Lecture and Real Facts Faclnq The jury assess a fine, and the fine ever as fully nn Itcertainly be appreciated should that no food ited relatives hero last week. Farmers of Kentucky. collected, the tnxpaycrs of tho la go beneficial ns milk In Increasing be Mrs. Harry Hilton nnd Miss Ruby brought, nro tho quantity nnd Improving tho qualicounty in which suit is Through the courtesy of the In- not benefited, but the nttorncys nnd ty of blood nnd thus building up n deof Stanford, visited Mrs. Susio CMberry first of tho week. ternational Harvester Company of court-olllccput 83 per cent of the pleted and rundown physical system. Mrs. Edd Ncwlnnd has returned America, J. L. Bcnzley & Co., the line into their own pockets. A quart a clay with nil of tho butter home after visiting in Richmond and local implement dealer, was able to Recently one of these suits wns fat will do the business. present the Lowell. brought in Bullitt county. Here is Rodle Thompson was in town on "Tho Romance of the Reaper,' at what the Shepherdsvillc News said Tbo sumac and hard mnple stand Wedtho btanford Opera House on Sunday. nbout it : "In the Circuit Court last at the bead perhaps in the popular esRussell Brown was up from Stan- nesday nnd Thursday evenings. Saturday afternoon, the jury trying teem for their gorgeous leaf coloring, Tho lecture tells the story of the ford Sunday, calling. the caso of the Commonwealth vs. but In Reasons when tho leaves of the Miss Elizabeth Tharp delightfully progress fif tigricttlture from the the International Harvester Com- hazel brush have time to ripen naturalentertained a number of her friends earliest times down to the present pany of America, returned a ver- ly they produce a variety ns well ns day, and it traces tho development dict for the full nniount allowed by a quiet richness of coloring that la un- last Saturday evening. Miss Angie Hunt of Mnretshurg of farm implements and machines law. $5,000. Of tin- - amount, if the surpassed. spent Saturday and Sunday with from the reaping hook to the bcythe verdict stands, tho Commonwealth's In Cairo, Egypt, whero the Mohamand cradle, through to the first reap- Attorney will get $2,500; County Mrs. Daisy Hunt. Owen Cass was at home first of er, the automatic binder, gnsoline Attorney $1,250: Circuit Clerk $!)0U medan religion holds sway, clogs are tho week from New Hopo where ho tractor, manure spreader and other trustee of the jury fund $150 nnd held tuicred and practically swnrm in the streets. As ono passes through has been forking for the past few modem machines. the state $000, less $120 paid 12 some of the small towns in America Tho lecture was illustrated with weeks. . paid tbo number of dogs to lie seen would jurors for five days and $25 Dr. George Frith was np from colored views and motion pictures. the Jailer and Sheriff; Inning the rvem to Justify the belief that the folThese not only showed tho different state $155 out of Louisville first of the week. 5,000. Bullitt Kiln Carson was tho guest farm machines in operation, but the county gets nothing, and ultininteU lowers of Mohnmnied wero getting n Miss of Miss Clydo Watson last Saturday audience was taken on a trip to the the farmer will pav the whole foothold. International Harvester Company', thing.'" and Sunday. With prices of bay ranging ns high Miss Mary Snivel, daughter of system of plants, where the maBut ultimnlelv the farmers will ns at present there would hardly seem Phelp Shivcl, of this place, and Al- chines arc made. No to bo ny need for urging tho licst The farmers and others in nttcn-dnnc- c pay more thnn they imagine. fred Owen, a prosperous young farpossible enre to !e given In the hanfollowed tho lecture with in- company can afford toipay to the dling of stalks, straw and mer of the Maretsburg section, were other forms contained much informa- lawyers a $r000 license for mnrricd at Mt. Vernon last Friday terest. It of doing btinines in a of roughage. Before nnother growing tion. When one considers tho millions afternoon. county, and sooner or later they season rolls around liny will be a Mrs. Rose Christio visited in of farms in the United States, to say will drive large companies from the miRhty senrco nrtlclo and the price nothing of the rest of tho world, Stanford first of the week. out of sight. nnd the big crops raised on these state. To take modern farm maArthur Anderson, of Paris, is ffltnnc In, rntlliyi.a Clinf tlln m.tl llli. chines out ofKentucky would set with relatives here. Tlio rnnsoneus of opinion of those years, and Shirley Tate was in town firs: of of farm machines is a large and iin- - ,llc s(a(c b,ack' a h""lred who linvo lind experience in dry farmgreatly i educe tho earning eapaeitv ing is portant industry. the week. thnt land sloping to tho north In spite of the fact that the cost ,,f 0,,r 200,000 faim. or northeast 19 best wilted to tho purMiss Emma Hnram. of Louisville, Those, who saw "The Romance oj pose. This is due to the fact that land is with her cousin. Miss Mattie of raw materials and wages have greatly advanced since the organi- - tho Reaper" more fully realize than with such filopo Is not exposed so Owens. to the rays of the sun, loses Mrs. .1. F. Carter is visiting in zation of the International Harves- - ever bofore the great progress made ter Company, tho price of farm ma- - by agriculture and the entire busi- - less moisture from evaporation and is Shelby county. development of less likely lo stirrer from hot wind. Sam Pennington was down from chines is 'but littlo more now thnn nes world since the then. It was pointed out that the modern farm machines. Jo cripple Livingston one day last week. Not only does the nrchnrdlst who Mute Marlow is at homo from modem binder, composed of more tho work of the company that hasthnn 1.200 senarntelv formed Darts, lundo nil this possible will be to crip- takes scientific care of his trees get Henderson. John Robbins was in Crab Or- nnd mmle of the best steel, malleable pie the farms and the entire business an extra price for his fruit when there 80-- lt i.s a short cnp, but bo is well paid for iron nnd seasoned wood, is today welfare of tho state. chard Wednesday on business. tho cheapest thing a farmer bnvs. ' A.O. Huffman went to Lawrence tills en re even when he sells on a flush Taken, nound for nound. n binder buttr Wednesday to work on J. M. market, tor It is under such conditions MARKSBURY NEWS especially that quality counts, an fruit News plow or Mr. and Mrs. John Collier, of costs him less than his Tho price his Alverson's Anderson ' that Js given no spraying or other atof cast iron cook stove. Lancaster, were tho guests of Mr. binder tention does not Justify paying freight twine hns steadily fallen, tin- ELLISBURG, Speaks Sunday. and Mrs. Robert ' to get it to market. Mr. and Mrs. Miles, of Buckeye, til today it retails for only a little more than half of what it did ten j Latest reports from Grovcr Reid attended worship at tho Fork An Interesting trnit of waterfowl ago. wi,0 wn3 recently injured by n train church Sunday and wcro guests ot years During tho- - evening tho prices of pnr Moreland are favorablo for an that most every hunter is acquainted his sister, Mrs. Harvey Dean, of fnrm machines witn In that when wounded on tho waat home and abroad early recovery. Ilrynntsville. ter they will utmost invariably crawl by shown, It ,jr,. Amanda Johnson has been out on land, whllo If winged on land Mr. John Rovston sold a lot of were discussed. madowas the United by an investigation fpli(U corn to C. A. Robinson in tho field States government, wlil often seek refuse lit nearthat a ; jjr. (jeorge Peyton is on the sick theywntcr,ns Tlio redhead, ono of tho nt $2.80. L. G. Brown sold nine hogs binder which by a Kentucky farmer can most highly prized of game bird, has at $5.05. John Royston sold n mule buy for about $125, costs Uie Eng- - kj'rg uvm p.llis of Danville is vis a still more exasperating hnblt of divcolt for $75. Mrs. Fanny 1'ollnrd lish farm- - it,n!r tho fatnilv of Dr. Murphy, farmer $135, the French ing wben wounded nnd seizing hold of sold ono for $52. Miss Eugenia Polcr $173, the Swedish fanner $1G0 f Hrndfords- - some water plant and thcro dying. v:SK Afnlicl Ynti.. lard one nt $38. Mr. Trurabo tho Russian fnrmer $180, tho Siber- lna rciurned to his homo nfter a bought of Minor Tenguo 90 acres ian farmer $187, nnd the farmer of rriof v:Ns;t o 3jiBS Florence Sprag- The story is familiar of tho donkey of lund ut $100 u nnore. Genoa ny $203. ona that nto heartily of dry prunes aud In A bumptuotis dinner was served at now, on account ot tiu over- Just tr Leo Ellis nnd fnmily visited crossing n broad ford got them soaked the home of Mr. Morton Robinson zenlousncss and agitstion of cer- - roh.tivos at Brush Creek lust week. up, with tbo result that they expanded v, in honor of Mr. C. C. Cable's lawyers, Kentucky fanners nro jt;SH nessio jijh3 ms ,Ci:n visiting to that tbo animal burst asunder. Hut last Friday, A few friends tnin threatened with tho worst soit of reativcs in Somerset, not until this xcason hag the writer wero present to enjoy tho day. hardship in tbo purehnso of their noticed apples developed during n dry - Spragens of Cincinnati, JIrr Rev. Jenkins, who is conducting farm machines and repair parts for hitc(1 lhn IOniefolks here from Fri-lli- o season, dropping u August nnd several n revival service at the church at weeks later burstlug their skins fol same. ,inv ,:h Snnilnv.' this place, is doing somo splendid lowing copious rnlns through absorbSad to relate, in this state, there mi.r nr r piiiT,.ns nre sum- - ing preaching. Ho is a logical Uniker, is a law by which any prosecutint' moisture from tho damp grass In noncil and Ins subjects aro presented in nttorncv can brine suits ngninst any ,.,... to ntt(, circuit court which which they lay. :n T.ihertv this week. such a dear and forceful manner Mr. Will Minor of tho I. II. C, js that tho good resulting is sure to A reader of theso notes Inquires If it bo Insting. Tho old tirao doctrines TRIED REMEDY nt home for tho election. will injuro seed com which hns bceu of repentance and faith and regen gathered somo littlo time to bo left out FOR THE GRIP. FARM FOn 8ALEI cration are especially emphasized. in a rain. Provided It was where tho sun To date thcro have been five to I We will tell prtTatoiy u larm or would uulno on It and dry It out no place therosnlvc3 under the watch- - , would result unless n hard freeze about 130 acres in l.inco n county. enro of tho church until letters can ' mile from Crab Orch- catiglit tbo corn unprotected with this Ky., ono-linbe obtmned. ard, nicely located, mostl.. bottom inolsturo in tho germ aud cob. Ily fur s land, very productive, livery acre the better plan Is to sec first that the Mr. mid Mrs. Gnines of Lancaster tillable, an abundance or stock wntcr com Is thoroughly dried out, then bang hnvo been visiting Mr. and Mrx. and especially adapted to con. anu It in n dry and well ventilated placo Morton Robinson. ras8. Uood tenant hoiisu ol throe until winter, when It may bo hung In a Tho sale of Mrs. Snllio Pence, i Terms reasonable dry cellar or vacant room upstairs. roonig on fnrm. which took place n few days since, Apply at onco to. I was well attended, and everything V It. II. llrounugh. Agent. A farmer In tbo north part of the brought good prices. Tho farm, con- - I rorn belt who lives near a sweet corn tinning 375 ncre3 was sold to Mr, running factory recently banked ft,-t5- 0 Rankin, of Boylo county nt $70 . FRUIT AND SHADE TREES. ns tho proceeds of thirty acres of acre. A pair of yearling mules sold sweet corn, llcsldea this ho has the for $220, one pair ut $275, one horso fo:!dcr left, whli It ho considers equal for $150;, weanling mules at from Shrubs, Asparagus, Ilhiilmt-b- . Iconiaero per acre whli timothy hay. This $80 to $90; work mules from s33( cs, Unsis, l'h'ojf, etc. Kverytlru part ration for a fodder ho feeds d to $437 a pair a sbont for or bard, l , w in d garden. No dairy of a dozen or moro cows, from m 1U 5 cents, fat hogs nt 5 at n revenue of which cows at from $27 to $37; calves nt Agorts. Or prices may Interest bead. ho getsfigures aro not $100 per unusual, Theso from $17 to $33; 40 head of 1,200-poun- d Free Cntn'oguo. 'you. but merely show what can bo accomcattle at $5,60; baled hay ut lltllpnmr-vr- r H A Snn w...... plished by combining energy and In- ;.. .P , .'.'. $16.60 a ton and four aires of to- trlllsftnos LexJugtuM. Ky. 6 1-- 2 moU a pouud. , baeoo at I . m-on- d , Ow-cnto- n, I rs lecture-entertainme, six-foot As proxy for the Grnnd Master of Kentucky J. .N. Saunders, of Lincoln lodc.0 of Masons, officiated at tho corncrstono laying of the new Methodist church at Springfield Thursday. The affair was a memorable one. attended by prominent Masons from nil 'over the state. In his work. Mr. Saunders used the Monitor of tho Masonic Lodge which has recently been prepared by him self, and nftcr examination by th Grand Lodge was considcraed so bemititul and impressive thnt it was formally approved by the Qr.i Lodge. Mr. Saunders was accompanied to Springfield by Grnnd Junior Den eon. Dr. M. M. Phillips and Dr. T BMMMMsLiiiEiaS W. Pennington, of tliis city. Springfield is Mr. Saunders' old home iv The next rfriutton ut the St. r it was n, sourco of great pleasure to ford Opera House in tht splendid both him and his host of frien there to lmvo him act on this o' Lyceum coiue, the first number of casion. which was Chnir.p C'arkV lelurr. HHH HBWHlSHB HKSHHki jdP!BVv9SSuHi BH)flBb!)9P'nb '7 " raws river , OREGON JfTI jkjfcr HB. V.J A I jWP (This matter mint not be reprinted with. out apecui ttrmlMlon. & COME TO LOUISVILLE AT OUR EXPENSE your shopplno. In this store, take your return ticket and your sales checks, which are (liven you when vou have completed 0 0 0 0 Purchase a round trip ticket from your home to Louisville with each purchase to the credit desk (South end of hulldlnn) first floor. 5 per cent will he refunded nn the total amount of your purchnscs. up n the amount of your round trip railroad fare. CUSTOMERS: SPECIAL a made only In NOTICE TOnt CHARGE purchase Refund Refund cannot time of cash, mill he credited at the time of settlement of account. c a Do Your Holiday and Christmas o Shopping Early o a By our liberal rebate plan above or our mall order department. o o o r & Your orders will be filled lust as satisfactorily In wrlflnq as If you were shopping in person. Our holiday and Christmas stocks are now complete, showlnq the qreattst variety in the history of this store In .all .attractive new novelties and standard articles for qifts for every occasion. 61 departments of this store cover such a variety that all your Christmas and holiday shopplnq can be done here. WRITE TODAY FOR ANYTHING YOU MAY NEED. 0 9 O Uhe Stewart )ri o O a Soods Co INCORPORATED. a jCoitisvi'lle, ... ... v. " "" " -- .- .. y. a jrCcntucci o o '' . ". '- - - t' :' i mi w vf fr r -t r .. r. ;. .. ,- ti ..r .. r" MASON8' MEETINQ. Doth Deceived. mo when 1 deceived She Lincoln UhIroNo. hi K it .V. M, wlllnifrl married you" He MI did moro than In tntftl ruiniiiuniciillna on em-- t1rt ami third Motulnjr clitich nimitli. t Iifc mjrsdlf." Uottoo olDlock la theirnlsliuan I deceived that. l, hull inula alri'Mt, Ky. MrmWunt lUWr lo!ctnri Transcript. intltiM to Imprrivnt. T. S'. '"You HUn-tort- vc. RHEUMATISM CURED DY MACCASEES. A. U. Sinu, THE MARVEL OF THE D. D. R. T FST CENTURY, ED FOR 30 YEARS. I. bones, swollen Deputy State Commander Sinnotrd. Ky.. STANFORD TENT NO. 7. Meets : th - Monday ; Nltttit W. W. DUROl: DKNTI3T. Office at Reslrlenrr-CRAB ORCHARD. " DR. T. W. PENNINGTON i. j;. anni-versnr- j W. N. CRAIO, inealclnes, liniments nnd doctors nave OculUt and Optician roilo.l in holn or rurn. DUUUU1BT8 Ofncii over II. J. MclloberU' Store, or by expreKB. II I'EH I.AHOK HOT- Stanford, Ky. TLB hunt niise. uy r., n rftiM...., r.s.. DnKcrlho .Your L&NrTI7VvE Udllll WW., iii.ni, trouble and Ireo medical advice giv No, 11, Houtli, lljji v. u. en. Bold by Shugars aim lanner. No. a, Houlli, H)!l DR. Joins, permanently cured through tho blood with puro llotanlcat Ingredients. To croto It we will send you a Sample Treatment Freo If you have bone pains, sclutlcn or bhootlng pnlns up nnd down lbc Ice aching back or Bhoulder blndes. swollen Joints or swoMen muscles, difficulty In moving around so you have to use crutches: blood thin or skin Iiale; skin itches nnd burns; shifting pnlns bad breath, lumbago, gout lllood Ualm '(B. B. B. which ro moves every symptom, because O. O. a. senas a ncn, wnuiiuk " warm, rich pure blood direct to the paralyzed nerves, bones and Joints, nnd strcnclh luft nivini- - u'nnnlh where it is needed nnd in this way making a period lasting cure oi ruuu maiism in all Its forms. thousands ot B. B. B. has made cures or rheumatism alter all otner Aching Uo-tan- A.M. and 1 to 4:30 I'.M o co Myers House flats HUuford Ky 8::t-12 Hours III Dentist WILL ADAMS Livery; all kinds of hauling, packing. S'anford, Ky. Prions J. 1). Fur-nltu- re 173. soils, builds, and adjusts sciiIch at rock bottom prices. Seo him for prlceii beforo you buy. Address Stanford, It V. V. No. 1. lOv-- t Steeiiborgon, "b '" TABLE IIIIiBIMiaiKkiilKi PROFESSIONAL AND BUSINESS CARDS No. 1(. VOrtb.l.S' A. u. m . Nortli,ic No No. T, lUliVA.M. No. IS.IlWf. .M. yrwfo mmv JOS. 8. RICE, Acont. V. S. Drye & Co. UNDERTAKERS and EMBALMERS , "' lf B. D. CARTER Hustonvllle, Ky. Telephone In Office JOHN COOK LIVERY AND FEED STABLE STANFORD, KY. - Veterinary Surgeon and dsntlst. Specialist on 'II horse and animal Stanford, Ky. Phone 194 disease. n-- 100-poun- c; m RUG"5! colpjI na Make your homo ns modern for your family us a Ice, Mil. FARMEIt: 'esidence, and place yourcclf in a position to jet tbo lutct nmrkit ciuotalions at any time. This cun be acwmplwhocl by means of our talefdicno wrvice which you and jour ueighlwrij can get for a sum that is miall compared with the benefits received. Cull or uddress our neareet ollice or write direct to "Fur-me- n' leadqunrters, Nashville, Tend.', for Information regarding our we you aro not nt prm-n- t enjoying telephone Lino" rule. If cau inimediatcly interest you. Our liuea cover tbo States of Kentucky, Tennewe, Misuslppl. Iouisiana and tie Suuthetu portion of Iiitliaim aud EAST TENNE8SEI?. TEL. & TEL. CO. Dlinok UNSOUroUATKli RURAL TELEPHONES. 1 t i"jgfff ff- - '.. f Tr ,trr "t ''" ""JWIT " t" y " T" - m0flTV" THE INTERIOR JOURNAL. STANFORD. In ml. KENTUCKY. FRIDAY. NOVEMBER 10. 1911. Germs Spread in Skin ..Im. t... and Altir ftkln - TaIbIb frnvrdnia nf iron menn( nrtr A. .....Ithfli.k "Kill. liMPIM miun V"' "l In ttnrk risrma urmfi multiply, Rimwlnr thro ruplrtlr nra promptly Vr .Wi thfy """ Imp into thn MiUlf. cauam thai nwful Itch Tufa In wh ran hat umitimI n. mra Into n nn1 may row worm anil davrtnp skin dlaeaan lnathoni unci torliirln of mlaery. with It yaraany chanreal Ojatroy tli Iioti't taVa ITirma at th IwRlnnlitR of tha waMi, Mint aoollilim ami clrnnnInK with Itift n. II. II. Prowrtptlnn for l.Viftna. will lielP you. A 2(0 uolllo will roro una i jruu. SHUGARS & TANNER. DRUGGISTS. STANFORD, KY. DENHAM-IO- YD T,.M ," .. t...... ,... rijiriioinr imvn .mil remnltaa for akin trouble wilt, m.nv V but haio aern auch rrmarkatila curei an In. thoxa from I). I). I). l'rflrlptlon.appliatant relief from tlio very nrat cation. Wa ara ao confident that D. n. ; will rnirli your caaa that It will coat ymi nothing If lha Yery nrat full atta hottlo falla to make irooa avery claim. If you have akin trouble of any kind, we certainty artvlae you tp drop In and Invnatlaato tlia J. Wo know ttiat V. V. I), anyway. mit Former Lincoln County Girl Wctls At Her Home In Oklahoma An Oklahoma City 'mnr liml thit nccount of n wcdd'uiB tlicro wliirlt v ill lie of much inlcr.it to tlio ninny frioinla of tlio liriilo in Kentucky, tot hliu formerly livcil in Lincoln niHler of .Mensru. roiinty untl ! W S. nuil K. 11. Dcnlinm anil well known coal dealrrt of thin city. The H ftid Perkina vh L. & N. Itv Co. 0 Oliver Typewriter Co. vs C. 0. Aihlio YntM vh John Ynlr-- . Cokcr, npl. Joilin & Co. Ai J. 11. Cook v K. l:l (I. )V. Hlicltoii vh Ueo. IH)iKins. 10 II. I). Hultrclnw vh 0. V. Luns- lortl etc. H I'.mmclt Wilkinaon vh iicuio kin.-oII V. K. Iveeton vs Wilson Alexan." Uen. Hiirton cto vt Jim Hiirton. der etc npl. J. II. Wancy I'J S. A. Midillcton etc vh K. 1. Hi I.. M. Goodnight U .. V.'fVV1 MONUMENTS OUR DUTY to our departed ones is plain. Wc should erect an appropriate MEMORIAL over their final resting place. A monument is not expensive unless you care to have it so. Our work is unsurpassed and considering quality, is very cheap. We have a large stock to select from. f n. Lo-K- n. elf. 17 Aildie ItobiiiHOti M Porter Ilol). III 11 John ychullon cto vs I). H. Itam-h- o. nn-rlt- 18 Tims. Joluwon vh F. Dishon otc. 40 Srtllie Ailninn vh Uen. Ailnbis. HO Jntiu'ri Foster vh Htlaie Fouler. 1 inson, :l n;ii;,,t, .i Miinm.V Acton & s lioht rnnley. V. Kusscll (Inrr-Seo- lt Co. vh j Certificate. Review, W Life Dloloma. Special. Tuition Free to Appointees. SESS0N BEGINS NOV. 20 KipeiiM- - Very Ihiw. Ask About It. Artistic Cntnlngne Free. Address : RiPhmnna, ; ; ; nenmciiY I J. G. CRABBE, rPrsldenl State TRAINING SCHOOL for TEACHERS r.nilRSES: Prenaratorv. State Certificate, County ,: WOrmai fay HOG CHOLERA. month lor only funli r rocmiti I'''""';, ;", iVJl f kept from liavlnn thr jaiiU of and nrlnii niidi-vrnine In the fallhom. iimutuow ll1'"l'r'Jli."K.J;1l,V.': ........'... .ii... ,.i.i... ,.. .mu.uir. n litiillL'pullon and rati nan & 63 Minnie Cunl vh Mnrv llromiiiyli. . .. . .. .. .. II ni. r, reacocK vh uoru II. itusheu 1mmt siijn: fi.r Mnrv Oraut v.s Aaron flrant. weililinj? wits ..U V. 0. JIcIlee'H hru h V. (J Mo A very heuutiful ca' hn. cclcliratcil Tttcailay uvinini; when 57 Annie It, Powell etc vh Hoiii il of Klizulietli 'j)enhnin 'Mihs Mnrgnret Stanford (1 railed School. ilaucliliT of Mr. ninl Mrs. William .)S John Jackson "s Itielmni I 'it mil tit ill limit mttL wnu ninrrtril t(i i!l Kiln Tin lor Ito.lim; eU- - i Clif- - i'in tfBIIIM. AND T Li Lfl JtP lgH K M r ml wm JOHNWHITEACO, Comforts r . rii t J We carry large Comforts, 6x7 feet long and a line of good Blankets. ; Also Lace Curtains, Window Shades, Carpets in the roll, Mattings, Rugs, Druggets, Linoleums and Oil Cloth. All kinds of Furniture, Suites, Wardrobes, Bookcases, Sideboards, Tables, Hall trees. Big supply of Pictures Mattresses and Bed Springs. W. A. TRIBBLE, ;' Hiinincc Co. 2(1 0. (I. Speaks vh City of Stanford (il! John Tiavlors admr M John KiucRcr & Son v.s Lincoln to. Tnlv,llp.M ,rh. 28 F. P. Foster vs J. II. Foster, ;;toUk;.M;c,tranVhlr,rnt.,.:..?mnfl. IWW;i T. H. Surfuce, of the Mnywooil ,,; m ('ri1T ,.f,. v J.i.icohi Co. udinr T. J. Foster. I 'irifitl I Till) ft I ....!. !...;,. tAtttw.At awitrrtnitirv llm 2!) Annie Fugleman, udinx vs L. & llllll ( ll lit i.ll j;vii"ini.iip . .. Ky hoiii ny I guarantied by lluurlion llenmly Oo., liili.gton, s l.in- Mil Stiuifonl Co pi; i oh tenmonv, the hpucopnl iliifr ner-- j 1((Ur(1 o H.,.M.:, io)). f()n (1)(inty .10 Fiihiln Aekerman vs C. X. 0. & nku siantnrrf Drun Co.. Stanford. Kentucky, " The interior vice heiiiK lined. tr Jennie Cm pent or v- Dvie Cnr- - T. P. ity. o. ni'lilcr hoiiri' mis nrtislieally decorat- iii 31 S. K. Owsley vs L. & X. Ity Co. (1(1 S, II. Shanks vs V, l. W.ir- -. 112 J. X. Saunders vs Jab. Oreen. EW-hm with p.ilins, feins and jiink anil (i" eu HIGHEST MAnKET'PRICE PAID I. I'nse Tlneshiiu Machine ( o ja A. H. Hithtin vs J. -fHoward. mmW "U BAWW while carnations, FOR RAW FURS AND HIDES . with ferns and A. H. Hastiu. Ill Annie ltlakemore vv F. F. Uob- wool on Ctnialnloa. WrH lor price. W. 'o. mmIiix feotnilncil nhoiit the htaiiwnj' dS Central Kv. Ciirrias;e hilt. mw mrtlonlag Ihlt ad. P. Kid-aid- . OJwHmWEmWkmto' ijul archways. Iteeeivinj? the uuenls F. !. llines v.s M M. lucrum. XaUbUahed 1687 , (i!) Itoy Stewart W. I,. MtilluH. Id ;l(i W. K. Oood vs C. X. O. k T. P. L0UISV.LLE.KY. were Mis Hello Dcnhani, hitler nf 70 J. I. Cum- - Tllie-din- i Maclii'K' Co Ify. Co. . A. Moore i the hride, Mi- - Winnie Davis Hihli Y. :',7 Fort. Co. vs J. ( o. 7 al Court s Hasl.iurolu A i'i v. iiml Mis Until Hunter, each attired touville & Coffey's Mill luriipiko .18 Ha'stin Telephone Co. v.s Cumher-lau- il in white. The hride looked heauli-fa- l Compaiiy Telegraph Co. etc. in n town of vi cum chnrmcu-- e 72 Hen Faulkner v. ,1 C. CiiiiuniiH 30 Lincoln Co. Xnl'l Hank vs Mlk, draped erenni satin villi 7;l lie. X. Jean vs Annie Sweeney, ortrait Co. (I. She wore a f I I..K. IIiiv'1i" sdn vs Myrtle John- - 1(1 l.iicinihi Adams 11 0. M. Adpoint lace trimming:-- . 1-- 2 ams etc. Soli. necklace of ponrl. the irift of the 7" K. T. Henley etc vs Jmiivs Hiu- - II nmo s same et.'. prnuiii, .ind carried u -- howcr lion vs -- nine etc. 12 lon etc. . and n.iet of hride's ro-- e 7(i Mniv Hlakelev vs I)oll;.- Hlnke- - CI Dolly I'.lakely Vs Or.vid Knijjhts of Pythia- -. - Dunham act ley. .Mis HclltCar- J. Logan II Hull AndeiMm W. Owsed hn maid of honor .ind was nttir-i- d 7 Julie Allie Owslev vs penter etc. ley. 1") Jneoli Johnson vs C. X. O. & T. in u piwn of pink Miile with 78 I.. JiihiiMiu vs C. ('. Carroll. P. Itv. Co. v- - Dai-- y - of real luce i, Mil carried 7!) I)ui-- v IlufTnian's hr linnmiii);Hi J. MeFlfrei vs l)aid Iltiffni.'in'.s hr- -. Di'iihniii, ciirnntiont.. Mr. pink KuolTIe fed William Klialielh Lmidsnit' mot her of the hride wine n heeom-tii- : 47 Application of Wm. Zoller for Mclviu etc. citi7eiiship. toilette of hivemhir chilTun ocr 81 Snnil Alcorn vs Henj llimhn vti'. 17 Application of Hernanl Grime-f- or laeiiiler nilk. .Mr. and Mr- -. Huvd b- - Xm. I '..ml; nf IIiiMouvillc, Ky citizen-hi- p. L. C. Dunn etc. left iinitieilintely nflcr the ceremony S:i W. P. Keynolds Martha KolT Ordinary Docket Old on their ueddiuv journey and will 1 Ailhur Hoguc's admr v.-- C. X. h W. 11. Cox Aiinnli Co v. he nt hour (it Denton, Tex.n. The T. P. Ity. Co. O. 8 Joe (Jivon-.- ' hrs s Joe flivens hi y was of Hide's 2 Annie Gover v- - J. F. Clover. bli !. A. Cm lis vs . II. Paik-eit-. a J. G. Watts & Johnson .! Gla- orrk Mile en:e with dark lilue hat 87 I til in Moherly vs Geo. Moheily. 1 A. Hi.rton vs J. I . Hertzng. j: to iniitch. Theii! h? hdw Alcorn vs hvylui and nil "j W. II. Rout's ii.hnr vs Wm. prcotut mid the s!l etc. 1. were fit) mie-ilAloreland. W. Alurnhv v- - Kina's Moun (i Itiehanl Foley v- - Ira Lo?nn. liriilo and yrooir were the reiipients tain Fanner-.- ' Telenhone t'o. Dave Hmlon. 7 H. D. lloltzclaw i.-- Win. Cordier of mnny heautifiil uifl- -. Mr. Hoyd !'0 A. Ct. Fmilkner !U John Petrv etc Oco.C. IVirv. 8 Hl Sweeney vs L. & X. Ity Co. if the pastor vf 'he Central l're-hetc 0 I). C. (Iriltin vs J. L.Ander-o- n etc (liiin church nt Denton. Texas. The Knsloimm vs I'niteil Hros. 10 Su-i- e of Friend-hiEauitv Aon?rances. l.Hde ha- - recently had ehnive of the 11 II. 11. Hoon v- - F.d Scott. t the Xnrtliwosi. Amanda J. Do.in ailmx L. S olae depntlineiit 12 'A .shanks v- Htv of Stanford Doau etc. State Kormal at Alva. Oklu. Co v- - W. 0. 1.1 Willow Sprg- - Di.--t 2 Modern Brotherhood nf America - ir '""'' rlottlr '" '" Mr. Harry Hur.ou, of Denton, T- eelchrnted nt us. The wcdilinjr home of the lirido'n paicntH on , ,, . ..,,. 1,.... . .. ...... iiiinycisnin sine, a-- ' ....,., iwi lll-llj- ll (i owr Miitli" Hails mond etc. va , ,,,.. limn-th- e " Phu'nlj.i l.imiuid Cathou Co., vs Walter (loiiduian etc. l.i W. H. Denny vh I.. & K. Ky Co. 1(1 AI. I.ee Pipes v.s (lilhcrt Miller etc 17 Hank of Alorclaud vs J. II. I'ur-doetc. 18 Oru Hrnrkett vh Modern Hrotlt-erhno- d of America. II) Federal Clumiciil Co. vs C. It. Hrnwner npl. 2(1 Snme vs J. M. Rrawncr npl. 21 S.ime vh John M. Dye npl. 2'J J. K. Carter vh Hall Anderson. J.'l (1. T. Proctor vs Western lyU- loii Tclecniph Co. 2 W. II. Kliim vs J. J. Simpson. ") II. II. I.otrnn v Ky. (lrowei;s In- m 1 -.- in 4. Win, Adams & Son, y. k,t n. J O J oruaaway, T ji'jijuijlh L.cAuigiuu, ivy. aVAV' &&&&&&&&&&&& a' ? &&&&&&&&&&$& an . I o o I ". New Goods Underwear and Hosiery - We have just replenished our line of ladies', misses' & and childrens' HIDES Ht-rr- V rMtlmHZ T v-- v.-- & n 1 Fi-c- F.u-re- oer 'Also just received a lot of new sweaters, aviation $ caps, toques, facinators, blankets, comforts, etc. PRICES INSPECT w . & i quamy ana guarantee price, T We handle only goods or . ii.. E Lo-le- - a- I & Si " ' O w Stanford, Ky. .. v .u' "2 -- ... ... S - .a. tSJ - .. ... ... 3 & fi .- - $ MAKES UTtS WALK EASY !. oinp-nwa- acce-.Mlie- s Arm-lDiu- s y- s r ::": : iV AAav It is easy to convince yourself that the "CR0SSETT" is far the best made at any price. We are showinq about thirty styles in all leathers, Patent, Tan, Gun Metal, Velvet, Vici Kid in Lace ana Button in the new high toe. Come in and get a pair While we have your size. p. Stanford, Ky. TO- 1 -. vs J. etc. CIRCUIT COURT .1 I ..- - FLORIDA AND ALL SOUTHERN RESORTS ON SALE DAIL.V VIA WINTER TOURIST TICKETS -- fi Fltle M. (latlilT s Kdw GatlitT. t'aiheriiie Hodge vs Frank Hodge AI. C. Delk admr etc v.s Geo ea (Couliuueil from Firt Paw ) etc. (I .ini'il. Crab Orchard Hanking Co. vs A. C. Daun etc. .." A. A. Yoeum vs Tom (looi-h- . 10 O. I HMiuid- - v- - Rice llenge. 17 .In- -. Miles Logan v Equity Docket. 1. 7 W. AI. S Tim- Alassev v- John Vanion. - Horace Floyd" AlcCoinmek eli- - X'o. 1. vv.- v-.- C J. Sip-pi- IS Same It) J. W. Jaiuii.- - v.--. v- 2. .1. AI. V. Sigler -. A. S. Furris etc. J. D. Huehmmn. v-.- J. T. Levell gdn Allie Powell etc. DINING CARS SERVING ALL MEALS A LA CARTE ALL EQUIPMENT ELECTRICALLY LIGHTED GOOD RETURNING UNTIL MAY 31, 1912. FOR FUll PARTICULARS, IL C KIXQ. l'aKntf TICKT ACEHT. QUEEM & CRESfiENTMUTE. ob waitr and Ticket Atcot. 101 C Mala bt, LEXINUTON. KY. CALL ON ANY s. John Giey. Win .Martin. v 7. W. L. Weller A: Sou v- - J. H. Cm pent er. S. (i. . bniglctou vs II. II. Logan. 'I. Alarlii. Alcorn v- - Kale (livens. 10 Oerlon Adam s J. T. Wells. 11 Cli.l- -. Heed - Annie Dayton etc 12 ". H. Hay- - -. Gale Hrackelt. II A. H. Fnlev'i. hr- - - A. H. Foley's Ill's. W. J. Walker. M T. J. Hallard 1.1 J. AI. Phillip- - vs Joe rptlu-giio-. 1(1 T. O. Lovelnnd F. AI. Wure. 17 M. V. Siglei vs Win. Cole etc. bv ele v- - H'lth IS Fm.nu- - Ilnlf hi-I. Aliiliiula vv- Hays ". J. II. Cordier "WE USE" () i DANIEL BOONE AXLE GREASE mmmmmwmm HV aa Join-- etc, .111 Furmoi- -' Hiiih-- y etc. IIoiiil' In- -. Co s K. T. mmmWmmwmWrft!3fafr'm MmmmmmB'Qi. yiZrmm fiXi have to grease hut tveek. 'I rILV W hffTTwV Vl 20 J. It. IMniiKton vs S. AI. Holme s ItilTe s Jones. 21 Annie Lamlv 22 J. AI. Phillip.- - vs Win. Lackey. 2t Annie Xapier vs Hundley Xupier ele. 24 F. S. Fidelity & dun runty Co. vh W. 5 2t J. Htlmi-toi- i. hi- D. AI. Lipp- -' - v I). f. l.ipi' Hob-lliitl Made In Louisville by CHAS. C. STOLL OIL CO. Harney 2d Thus. P. ,'iibii-o- ii 27 Mrs. l.uella J. Holiluin vs M. II. with r. F. Jmnch. C.ni-olidat- ed hrs. s S W. James. T. Ad.in.s ele vs J. T. Wells. M. II, Thomp-o- n FIRST NATIONAL BANK, PROGRESSIVE STRONG ACCOMMODATING CAPITAL $50,000. 't TO-DAY. 20 AleClellmul vh Jo-ia- Horry llloviird. I'll! .11 I.1 10. Ilikli.iiiV vy ' liilini- - Vs. h Uisll - J.--F. lliuleivood s W. X.'I.atic, Ilur.lt-- t ' " 12 .Iciune (I. Lane etc vs J.F. h'miil .1.1 . And Seeking Your Bank Account. Open an Account With us SURPLUS $25,000 A; Tiu-t Co. vs Hud-le- v Heed. vm II. II. Lognn. Ill W. I). Itam-e- v ;t."i J. H. Hrvnn vh Flwood Toltcn etc .1(1 L. It. Hughes giln vs K. May .Iiiiu'r etc. SnringH l)it Co. vs AI. 117 Willow L. Goode ir Co. Moses .18 Moses Stcwnrt's hrt. vh Stale Hunk SfewurtV lirs. HO 10 C. C. Smith. Mat tie Yoeum Hnllie D.Aloreltitid vs Win. More- - is 20 P. Itoger vs Ilenrv .Miracle. T. P Itv. Co. 10 Mni'.v"Jaiio Feu ell ele - 11. AL 21 Wm. t'Jiitman v- - L. & X. Itv Co. 22 W. O. Walker v- - L. & X. Itv Co. 11 Joe Adams v- - Cora Adams. - Jit- - Ilolinnn. J!! I) P. Hurehtield 12 Citizen- -' Hank of Hrodhead v L'J T J - Thn iiiluir J. II. Diekev etc. C7 z&mWmWUutmWBjGlMlmmmmW Met en If. 1.1 Chine Green v- Pedro Green. 1 W. L. AleCarly udinr v.s Alary H. Appearances. Commonwealth .Morgan etc. 1 Tried in lower court. lfi I.uey Itiehatd- - v G. A. Itichmd-l(- ! Citv of Slaniord vs II. J). Al- - 2 Ciun'ltli of Ky. vs Felix Hue. It S.iniu vs ltice Henge. dridge. I Snme vs Genernl Juriiiuu. 17 Saruh Ilogue s Virgil Ilogue. .") Snme vs F.lbert .Moore. 18' Al.irgnrot Gnrmley'.-- admr etc (I Smuo vs Oliver Smith etee. Alargnret Gorinlev's devi-eesii,m ... .. ... litnl..r . Hanking Co. v. . T ......... v Will . ..... .. 10 Ciuli Orchard 8 Sumy vs Napier Mu-oi- i. Dunn etc And If von want q6od bread order an Single. 20 Kniisus City Hay Pre-- s Co. v, 0 Same vs Rnunhmnn's No. I Fancy Patent 10 Same - Xupier Aln-o- i.. Tilford Ales-e- r. Finur from votir arocer. He will 1 Smile vs Antone Hriiiish Xo. 1. 21 F.rnext W. Gib-o- n etc vs AI. Gib v- - snme charge you osly 75 cents for a Xo. 2. 12 Snme son. ot; pnitNn SACK and vour family J. Hi Same s Ferdinand Selmitzler. 22 Citizen- -' H.ink of Xepton 11 Snme v Dan He-te- r. W. Iliitt'lic-oii- .' can live a whole week or longer on it. 2.1 Mer 15 Same vh Itiehard Johu-oWilson vs Henry WiU.ni. See how little it cost to live u you 24 Kniiiia Cruise vs Win. (rinse. ilti Stiuie vh Geo. Ilenold.-- . will EAT BREAD made of Bauuh-man- 's 17 Snme v- - Itiehurd John-o- n. ri A. A. Hu.-se-ll vs J. II. Prewitt flour. YOU CANT BEAT IT. 2(1 A. C. ltobinson vs .1. II. Pcpples. 18 Sump vs Antone Hruuish. Every sack guaranteed to oe 27 Xtinnii' Singleton" vs J. Alnt Sin-2- 3 10 Same vs Antone llrmiiuh. STRICTLY FIRST CLASS. Fir-- t nn enla In avarv nrBcerv store In Xm. Hunk of Stiuifonl is 'JO Same vs Jnuu-.- 1). Garner. 21 Snme vh Antone llrnuUh. 0. , Speaks. Stanford, and the malorlty of the 20 John Johnson vs P. L. Flam. 22 Same vs Tom Hicks. stores in tne county. IJII Chlou Green Vs Pedro Green. J. H. BAUGHMAN & CO. Old Ill C. (I. Hoon is Wm. Outmnii. Commonwealth Stanford, Ky. 1 Cnnil'tli of Kentucky vh John Lee etc. .12 Autone Mueller vs A. Kielkisa, 2 Same vs W. J. Kdmiston Xo. 1. 11 W. AL Hright ns trustee for ltu- - 3 Same vs snme Xo. 2. chel Kelly IlatU.it v Itachel Kel4 Some vs Alvin Floyd. li Million ete. , 5 Same vh Clel Johusoji.u.m l :ll Wr C P6tliis-eiPjl- 0 Same vh Wj! Curtis, hj lim f1 1. 7 Same vs tnudli)l(,JloUveltt)v4 Jiis. ,K ,Saiie vh Jniuch Il.l JainfK AlcKec.hnio's his vh te lo AleKeMinie's llrtl 0 Samo vs same. 10-- 1 1 10 Sumo vs aiime. Appearances. Ordinary 11 Same vs same. 12 Samo vh siuue. Men nnd boys: We will sell every unit ot clothei. in our hoiue .1. L. Kihuir-lilte, - L. 15. HI Snme vh Jeff Hryunl Ho. 1. cost. Wo have a big lino or. . 14 Snme v suine Xo. ". 2 Leonard Kr.mr. vs F. AI. Wure. Corduroy and Woolen Suits and Udd .1 L. G. Gooeh & Sou v Iluuilley IB Snme vs Dun Hester. .. .. a ... . :. ii... iti.n v.i, iipo1 ii soil. Ijidics we will Hrnni-- h. 10 Snme vh Antone u. sell the best ouliiiK cloth that I rondo for 8 LUII& A TAHU. 1 Lucv Spenrs vs U. X. 0. & T. P. 17 Hamo vs Gent Huggurd. This sale lasts two aays ouiy. 18 Same vh Weso Pitman. Ity. Co. 10 Sumo vh Will Lee No. 1. ft W. L. Fain vh Ktnmii H. (I J It. Ituhsell ete vh F. Selmitzler 20 Samo vh tiurae No. 2. 21 Samo vs Cnlemun Truylor etc. rt... .'iM-rKaino vs Colonel Kidd I'otnp'.l 14 ih W lto-- u J. - Suiith Xauey Smith. J. G. Irvine - I'.etlie Hto.iddil. J. It. ITptheginve vs C X. 0. & - same Xo. 2. SAM ROBINSON Stanford, Ky Ko-li-- i'- 1 -'. EAT BREAD 1 1 n. s f Friday and Saturday, Nov. v. SPECIAL SALETSva rants 1 s i- s. M L. L. SANDERS. Crab Orchard, entucky. l. 22 , iMi SmmxfrHFtTrrxKrt r Brt M'l'lii' fc t ' "" jr twc wTtiMtji iMMiAU MJHIED Tt DEATH Faraur Carrara Woman Meets Horrible Fate In Texas. re-4j- r ruet TlTT AT " fjfmnm. ttumxr. jVnvemicbjiiii., tm h i. MS FM MOHHTS Ml WTE f romcs easily and direct when yo plftce litem with for collection. Wo mako collections And look after and Canada, ulnimR nnywhero In the United Stale and raak.e no ehnrfjo unless wo collect. Hank reference. CerrespwMrence Invitn). MAY'S COLLECTION AGENCY, Kricmls nnd relatives here hao vM copir.i f llio (Inhesion Tex., r -- Somerset, Kentucky. papers Idling of the horriblo ilenlh met by Mrc. Mollio Myeri which Livliipdon. foimrrly of Guimnl county, aiI nho lins many friends juid relatives Jiwe. She was the viJow of the Into J. II. Livingston, 11 bril her of Rev. J (1. I.ilnsr. Jon, of thi ivutity. .and a Hunt esti- jiuibln lady in eer, roprrt. The CUilvvtoii New, tells of licr death lump Too ciploMon of n kcrosi-na table by her bedside, .4ieri- - .lt- - 3iJ alien asleep reading xiHritmtcd as llic cause Jk,1, . - ARE YOU -- - MARRIED 1 TV dealer? It you are we can not h9lp you. If you are free, tie up with us this season and you will become wedded to our suits. There is only one sfTS-S- To one 0 lothing Mtltnjr on fur tJie .doafli of Mr.. M. V. I.iv- loj.t.'tuu, T UuhWon, who wti burn. h1 loJentb in her country home nent josV faKaSnb3fsl aVBlB-- t I. I I way in which we terf 114 can make you && IMJ at realize the worth svill&f w"J jt anH Train nf " :.; I:l ' J a B mi " . V" h i I T?xm . Pile of Style Clothes V examine ' them; note the careful finish and the perfect fit. You will then be convinced that we state 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. xnaL is tjo lei. you mot stjfccw uVloek U'ed- Mrs. Livingston who was ril of ii!o, was well J;novn iii t?alvcloiu where she madn l.rr home ith lier daughter Mrs. Dr. It. Mnrkwvll. nt 1.117 24 th St.. l ;i I id uiiv (Itemed in this vumnmintv. Jlrw. Liviii'4-.towint Ijoiiiii on S.iliinl.i nfternixni to spcml HiniK1 days nt hir eonntry plnoe luwr that town. There nic twro 1ioih-- ' on the pmperty, a l.irse dwelliitjj whieli was occupied by tenants nnd ii hinnller house nenibv, wliicli 2iw. l.ivinnlon was nteu-.- . turned to occupy at intervals for a few ilajw nt n time. At nbont 1 OO ii'lock Wedncsdaj mornini tenants on the pl.iec were (irotiscd by the ;!are of ihe flame. ItoU'inr out. tl'cy found tho house occupied by Mm. I.ivinsMon a nin-- s of flame. It was only lhroujjh heroic efforts that the fire was extinguished and the n.ain ImiMinpr and outbuildings en wVUa lionix aMi yt-nr- 1:.'W jiiimun. cured by lien on the property sold. The purpose of said sale is to satisfy a debt in favor of plaintiff for the sum of '2'27X, with six per cent interest from July 1, 1000, subject to n credit of $100 paid July 25th, dny paid DANDRIFF AND ITCHING SCALP JHI0, nnd flAO costs of this action YIELD TO ZEMO TREATMENT. 1011 ; And the cslimntcd,nt $G0. This, October 21, Why should you continue to ex- Inn. Geo. 0. Florence. M.C.L.C.G. periment with salves, grenny lotions nnd fancy hair dressing trying to rid vour scalp of germ lifef They can't do it because tliey cannot penetrate to the seat of the trouble, and draw the germ life to the surface of the scalp and destroy it. Why hot trv n l,KOVKN,nKMFI)V One that will do this. We huVe u remedy that will rid the sc.ilp of germ life and in this way will euro DANimttFF and ITCHING SCALP. This remedy is ZI'.MO, a clean, refined, penetrating scalp tonic that Koes right to the seat of the tumNearly every man carble nn.l drives the j,oun life to the ries in hi nun fist the pow surface and destroys it. cr to hew out his own A shampoo with ZKMO destiny, hut his sucSOAP and one application cess depends largely upoi of the ZKMO will entirely rid the hit ability to save mom & scalp of daudiiiff nnd scurf. Do not BANK The STATE hesitate, but get n bottle of ZKMO TRUST COMPANY, offers today. In fact on a new principle Into the opportunity to save nnd will do exactly what we claim his money. lor it. Call and see us and open Sold and endorsed by Penny's an account with us. We I'rng Store. assure you that you n hate no regrets. NOTICE OF SALE her home. Surviving are the daughter, Mrs. Mnrkwell; two flonn, 0. It. Livingston of Nebraska nnd J. II. I.lvingslon of Georpin. of, m SHOES aBBBBnrBBBBBHBBBBaBBBBaBBBBMaaBHBIBfclBBaMBBMBMaa In His WE think shoes our point. We know we can furnish vou some Own Fist' ol things that the other fellows , i. cannot. (AN'TI-fiKPTI- In dress shoes we furnish you a "MANSS" in both dull and shiny leathers at S3 .SO i lil-jh- I. Case Threshing Machine Co. Plaintiff, ts. C. A. Moore etc., J. Yours to forvo o $ dull leathers at $3 50, $4.00 and $5, in patents at "WALK-OVER- " Pursuant to a judgment rendered court, the undersigned Commission, cr will, on Monday, N'o ember 13, 11)11, County Court I)ay, at about I o'clock P. M., in front of the couit house door in the city of Stanford, Ky., offer for sale at public outcty to the highest ami best bidder the following de.cribcd personal fiiop-erty, In Hie uliou! styled causa at the May term, 11M1, of tbu afoieaid State Bank Trust (o. 4. .00 (Si $e.oo BBBB -m Bl t: "Ni-'TTL- towit : savti Mrs. LiviiiKstuuV remains b.idly were found on the bed which lie ltad occupied. Tor years she hMliPtm in the habit of reading her; pelli dfvp nt nilit. It is .supposed fioin conditions suirouiidiui; tho bo3y tka she h.itl been reading Tntday nnjht by the liht of a kerosene lamp on a table nearby. A liily vh.irred book wa found ihe body. The bowl of the lamp shattered. 3rs. Liinjston had been a rcsi- 3iit of tlulvcstoti for nine vears. jicikinj; her home with her daughter. kc was born and raised in Lancas-te- i. Ky., hnt came to Galveston from iown, where she had been nuikiii'' bitrrMs.1, s Case Threshing Machine No. 28 b ,)0 Steel Separator No. 61781 with stacker trucks, self feeder and band cutter therewith and one power simple traction engine: No. 22272: one No. 1 Weigher No. 2.HI3 with all needed tooN, belts and appurtenances belonging to make a complete threshing rig, ami l."0 foot 8 in. I ply canvas belt, one tank, pump nnd hose.' Terms The said property will be sold on a ciedit of six mouths and the purchaser will be required to give bond with approved personal security, payable to the Commission- er, due in six months, bearing six cent interest from dale of snle to til paid: also haing the force and effect of a judgment and further he- 1. "One J. E o The celebrated TON" shoe in patentL o at o o o o o If any dealer can beat that bunch of eath-er- s ar4 26.00 K ..THE.. LINCOLN CO. I o 0 0 S $3.50 to $6.00 SHOES he will have to go tome. 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. ' NATIONAL BANK H. J. McROBERTS KENTUCKY STANFORD, & W. E. PERKINS Crab Orchard, Ky. hi T.L.Beazley&Co UNDERTAKERS AND EM. DEAL. BALMERS. ALSO ER IN FURNITURE, RUGS. THEY WILL FURNITURE EXCHANGE FOR ALL KINDS OF STOCK. GIVE THEM A CALL. PRICE RIGHT. MAT-TING- Ci corner next to Court House Stanford. D Kentucky. HAS A Capital of . $100,000 CAUSE AND REMEDY, We want PRODUCE Highest Prices Paid! H. B. Northcott. T. K. Tudor. Mgr. PHONE 153 HENRY L. CASEY. D. V. S. AND A ' REG. U. C. PAT. OFF. Surplus of $100,000 AND TOTAL THE Vl Uncertainty of the immediate future is looked upon by many men of affairs, as a blockade to enterprise and business prosperity, and this blockade is now quite apparent throughout the channels of trade. The Presidential lilection; the efforts of Congress with no fixed purpose; Organized Labor as a new factor in politics; together with other matters of greater or less import,' represent at this time a chaotic conflict of separate interests, to harmonize which is now the problem before the country. All want Prosperity, Peace and BEST CAKE CAN FOR GET. THE TRY Resources Over . $500,000 MONEY YOU THEM. W. H. Higgitis. Stanford Ky. JACK FROST to remind vou that our Fall Lhw is the best that vou ever saw.. We are sellinq them at orices se Itw that you will wonder how it can be dam ..All wool suits from $15 ts $3t... Can fit you at any price as we are seWnv about 2M suits at half price in eraer to make ream for Mr bif fall line. The home of Hart Schaffiwr & Marx all wed Clothes nmt ari we will to have n thatclathes. have we want and K Cummins & Wearer), Stanford, Ky. r t. it c Jp.- - '',--' -- fi. i'.r, if' j- Plenty. Read with care the Cincinnati Enquirer, a journal that Former Director Animal Industry! Philippine Islands. prints all the news each day from United Stutes Army every commercial center through- i flee LOGAN'S STABLE, I'bon0 432, A" barometer of the world. out causes and effects that points out, Agent American tiog Luolera Serum. . DANVILLE. KY. as a Beacon Light, the danger and the safeguard therefrom. As well known, the Daily Enquirer is the largest in size and highest priced paper in the United States, yet cheapest, measured by WnrlupMllioalodoallklna of men m Ulock Work, faranMOU mtiilitv nnd riunntitv. mtul, lu lust, w ca rak may thing from hosM down tun fane pent. The Weekly Enquirer, with the yon promptly and iumrnt W can ttrrt cream and digest of all tke news, urk od uiterl.l. Oavll and nt oar prlovt able and conservative editorials, befor too out Tour niMtrUI t iMtt. market reports, methods and results from Government and State Stanford, Kentucky Experiment Stations, veterinary matters, People's Forum, choice literature, short and continued storks, aonsectarian sermons, general aaforBHtUon, etc., with the exclusion nil matters: of scandal and immorality, is today the Cleanest Weekly Family Journal obtainable. Each issue is atone worth the price of a year's subscription. Soltcitura for subscriptions make and a handsome profit The increase the Enquirer in good influence of the uplift of morality and industry, UNDERTAKER AND EMIALMER and for the betterment and welfare KV of the community. For terms write )tUem STANFORD, Fiona 117. Hoaa fftM K Ohio. tq The Enquirer, Cincinnati, Vetertrtnr'an j'pMSi PLENTY OF LUMBER for all purposes. So ON HAND Bring Your Prescriptions Here To Be Compounded When il ou tuul to your phyjklau liai pre' acribvd a medicine for sou to take, the next Important step U to have that prescription placed In tb hands of a thoroughly reliable and competent pharmacist ho It will bo compounded exactly as directed. We have gained an enviable reputation for always twin? very careful and painstaking In our compounding and feel that, lu all justice to your own Kd health, you should brln your next proicrlp-tio- n here. Here, too, you wilt find u complete and In vitlujf display of toilet articles, rubbojroodi, soaps, perfunien, toilet preparations und all stMtdard remndlea. carry ruai t Far lalarior dacoratiM ALABASTINE. th beautiful wan coattaff, Cull and see baropiesot tints and usk us about It. PENNY'S DRUG STORE. . CONCRETING Brit-da- build a house, a hum, a chicken We have coop, a do:; house or n fence, come here for the mateiials. all ortn and bir.es in both rouh c canfinal- PHILLIPS BROS., ocd linibhed lumber and ity and price, uohod if not unit you in kind, quantity, can. J. C. McClary J. A. ALLEN. Stanford, Ky. WBWaMMMaMMaHawaslBMMaHMaMIJaBBm They couiprUe tti bent on Ui uurkai can iiill udvodb ua tu pi leu Uo kuj A auii OU clotbea wad0 U orUr. n preferable made to your uivaNUi to ready tuada cluiherf. To have tavui to uieajtura iloean't cont hut inad mora tUo ready made wbva quallry and fit U cooaIdrl. Com, la and Ut me take your maaaura. H. C. RUPLKV, TM Pnutlcal Talto FALL AND WINTER STYLES. My tie tall and tvuiicj aiimplca mis uun ruudjr foi juui nuprklluu Stanford, Kentucky , . 'J& jMi "tTT' T vmr - - . (H ! THE INTERIOR JOURNAL SHORT LOCALS; Oritncs Henr.loy thin week hntifrht n hnmlsomo Uvcrlnnd nntoinnbilc to Die in bin )icry biiRinetto. s, - A nmnll hunch of Iijup boon nt my home nt John Fnntcr'n farm. Owner onn pet nntiie by piijinu for Mih notice iin.l timr .'It krep Sliinl Dinix. x STAMFORD. KENTUCKY. FRIDAY. NOVEmIEW 10. HI I. Khtrny. lur-koj- tOntjML BmH6F&mm jfijr (T)J I.ott Cnmeo l'in. on Mnin or Danvillo Btrcct, Itcwnrri. Thin officec On Momlny Nov. ID, county court ihi, I will hopin nt USJO the miction hiiIo Imum' Absolutely Purees! HONE BAKING of it lunio lot of mens' ntn' winter clolliiii'.'. Snlc in front rf court Iioiinc. .1 I. (tlinnillcr, t. Auctioneer. 8S-2- MAKES EASY For Sale. Oooil frosh cow. f minim, Stanford. A. L. M lint. 4 r.r Lost Ovorotint in Sqiti'inbor;.rc-wnreturn to It, 0. KimnoJIoy. nl Light Biscuit Delicious Cake Plf.WIM.Hill SOCIAL An open fnee nM watch : f'r.ip on it for n chnin. Kcwnrd 8 1 'J return to JInt Myers. IV fir F 8Tt and PERSONAL HrA M o o o o Mrs. . II. Shnnkri it tn'unj; trcnl-inrii- t nt a Lexington hospital. .Mrs. II. II. Yuiiiij;, of I.oumville, the Kllcst of Mrs. Geo. II. Coupvi. ilrn. J. II. HnuKhmnn in in Vow TnHtle. the Rucst of Mra. Kirby lloiirue. " Mm. Jiwcfih CofTey went to d Wedncsdny to bo tins unci of Mrs. Ulnml Ilitlluid. Mrs. I. V. Jones nnd Mrs. Iluh 1,0pm, of Crnh Orehnrd, wcru in Stnnford tthopinnc Wediiendny. Mr. niul Mm. Fred Neighbors, of Livingston, were here Inst week, the KUvsU of Mr. nnd Mrs. V. K. Warner. Tom Kcwlnnd Ims ncccptcd n nieo position with a Inrpe shoo hono in Ilitlns, Teens, nnd hi wife mid little dnughter wll !eac soon to join i Itich-inon- Kl'NDIII.II IMII.UM1S lor wh r.l rrrry tw ol Ctrtnaii Irui rnuit be tuml tr the uw ol IUIXM OTtats LX. FIIANK J Clir.NT.V Sworn tn before me trw! ruijerritie tn mf prreenre, ONi: thle t l.tr Ooumti. Cnrtri nukM cath tht hr l rtilor fArtnr of thft nrm ol t J, Chekt A O). douir baittnt In the Cltr ft ToMn. Omjnljr and ntatn altirrMiil. ami tht Mht nrm l vr 0 mm of 1 or Onio Citt or Toiroo, I " I SjT Dainty Pastries Fine Puddings Flaky Crusts The only BaSdcjj Powder made from Royal Grape Cream ol Tartar I M II l took Foley's Kidney Pills. No matHUSTONVILLE. ter how lonir yon hnve hnd kidney Dogs got into Mr. W. (1. Cownn's trouble, von will find quick nnd benefit bv tlhe use of Fol- sheep Inst Wednesday night and kil'-e- d J 5. ey's Kidney Pilis. Slnrt tnkini? Col. (Icorgo I). Wealherford nnd them now. Sliugurs and Tniuier. the nttrnclive Miss A1111I1 Itcul, were Tho.c.xnct plnee of the youiijr teo-ple- 's with Danville friends Tliund.tx. Mr. nnd Mrs. (1ms. Jones and son ocinl will be announced in tlio nre visiting relatives 111 ("rob Oreh I'cxt Ihsiic. Look for it. ard this week. MtsH Krankin Kauffmaii has Fresh Oysters just received. Fields turned to her homo nt Lnnrnstor lifLro., nt Jesio Lynn's old stand. ter 11 few weeks visit to her luinl I will sell my home on Knst Main Mrs. Minnie II. Hobinsou. Mrs. Hiehnrd Purtou, of Kmi'-n- s ttreet on very easy terms. Mm mo if vou arc looking; for n good horn City is the guest of Mrs. T. S. prk-eriffht. II. ( Haughmnn. Mr. nnd Mm. Howard CnmniU There will be preaching nt the hnve returned from n visit to in Louisville. Hnptit church Sunday liy the tis-to- r, Mrs. O. P. Hrown hnve retmned Ifev. J. II. Jonc. from n plensnnt week spent wuh her i The Stnnford Jliult School foot sister Mm. .1. C. Itrowu, of I), in-j bull tenni goes to Lexington Sntur-dn- ville. Miss Ilceehcr Nenberu niul Hid to plnv the High SelioolMeiini there fort he cluimpionsliip of thd son llohon. Miss Prist'ill.i nnd Joe . Ho'it nttended the d.mc' slnte. nt Stanford Tuesday eiening. The ladies of (he Clinstinn eluin h Writinir on election day and day liii-- . siibxpription to the I. J. of lhitonvillo will hnve an all Wednesday, Ttli t pnr, W, A. Moberlv. of sewiii" on for another Yowcl! in Mm. the Kno.xville. Tcnn.. nid: 'Here's to get homo of the Smith to bo held reinlv for hnanr the grand old Deninemtic party of Tuesday nnd Wednesday, Nov. -- 3th Kentucky todnv. Mnv her linnner 'JOlh, both and evenflont fo sncces and lntly but not nnd when they nftcrnoon nil kinds will hnve t mr it. r .1.. .i.:i. ing t winrii n -i iciifi lien' nir uie i. everything gi"' wn nnnn.it il.. Willi. ml ui I..I linr 0I '""". work and to ent foi xale. Oyster supper both coiiin in indefinitolv ns a lcttnr frotr eveninus. per-mnnc- nt 1 tar-ttente- r. nln-tivan 1 v t tion due to an inaclire condi- of the Urer, Stomach and Bovrelt, i may be obubied moat pleaaantly and moat promptly by tiling Syrup of Figt and Elixir of Senna, ft U not a new and untried remedy, but b used by famiCea through-- : millioni of out the world to cleanto and iweeten' and ttrencthen the iytem whenever a ) nd other 9, f remedy Ii needed. When buying note the fuQ name i of the Company California Fig Syrup Co., printed on every package of tha genuine- liratire i Regular price SO' per bot one ibe only. ror tale by all leading dnugUt. N. 1 1 1 Oior'o J)iu 11 and wife of Lexing' ton were here with relntnis tor a few davs lat week.. Friends of Mrs. Mack lit id wt I regret to hear she has pneumonia. Fled C'nron of New Cnstle, Inl is with the homo folks for a few I 011 c, xv-e- t homo." 71 lh dtf ol Dereinbrr, A. l . ikm. A.W.OLWROV. Ilill'i raurrh Cure k ttkrn mternallr and ant fltrertlr utm tne blooil aM raueoua turfafea o( tbd iplfm. rvod In tnrtlmontau. tree. Come totho socinl in time to tnkc f.J rilKNKY 4 CO, Toledo. O (tin excursion for tho Spiral Shake- SoUl br all nruiiiati. IV. lake Hall a I auiUr lor roniUpatloa. down. Look nt posters in windows '&a j ll Fresh oysters, fruits bread nt C. L. Hover's for other fcotures of the entcrtnin and rye 'lacnt, Nov. 17tlt. SG-I- I. o a a a S1 4 Mrs. A. II. SeveraniiJ lias returned from a visit to her frtther. Col. I). 0. Ilenth at Itiehmond. He jieeompanii'd her homo ami will iiike n Mimrt iil here. Mm. Anna Miller, of Mt. Vernon, ottleial court stenotrrnpher, is the pawl of Mr. nnd Mm. M. 11. Snliu during her nttendnnco on court. Fred (inriii-t- t went up to Crab Orchard Wednesday night to hold down the rnilrond 'liceney. Jvnn only the . S. Fish represents I"i.h Ims been in bad health for miiiiv time, and wants to take a needed best anil stronqest Insurance Let him keep vou protected. rent. Mrs. J. S. Kihc siHiiit nuwml ! I.ouirnillr r in Mrs. If. M.this week. of Uuis-ville- , We nre prcpnied to install hot l ItlacUrby. is the jjnont of Mrs. W. M. water ami hot air heating, plumbing oic, Conn Pros., Lancaster, 81-t- f. lJiiaht.' Miss Beano Mftrlutmrv, of is the altraelire snioat of NICE HOME FOR SALE Mi-- s Helen White. A cottaKc with six room, out Dr. nnd Mm. It. M. IHwIihi of " buildiuvs and two acres of land. Madison rc ffiiasU of Mr. ami Mm. Apply to Mary T. Jones, Lebanon, W. fJ. Iloeker nt thuir homo In tlie Marion County Kv. country. Mr. Alex Ituhhunn, of Iiieaslcr. For Sale. My homo on Miller father of Mm. J. Ii. 1'nston, is quite ill at his home thurc. Mr. I'v.xlou Street. J 'red Kichenbcrger. is nt his bedside. Attorney C. C Hngbv nnd K. V. FOR SALE PRIVATELY! I'liryeiir, of Dnnville, mid It. II. Tom Xly place I now live 011 containing Lnncn-iter- , liiiMiii, of attended the 20 acres house with four rooms nnd opening of court hero this week. out buildings, spring closo to house. Mr. nnd Mm. Jcsso Walters left bnrgnin if sold in 30 days.O miles this week for Norman, Oklahomn. A KOtith in Jumbo, K. J. where Mr. Walters will look over Young, of Stanford Ky., It. F D No. Stanford, in the field. He will nlso prospect 3. n numlicr of other towngjn that stuti com-oanf8Q-2- p. ' him tliervJ. The Crnb Orchard school tnx is past uue. The books-nrnt the Crab llcv. W. K. Arnold, presiding el- Orchard nnnking Company's office. der of this district, will prench nt nnd all owing this tnx will pk-ntho Methodist church Saturday call and settlo ut once. 0. M. night nnd Sunday morning. Tho of the Lord's Supper will iui'Kc,r, irensurer. be observed Sunday morning. FOR SALE! My home in Iltirtonvillc, Kj-.- , 2 2 Notice All incmbeM of Stnnford lodro No. ICO I. O. 0. F., of Stan- acres well fenced, house containing ford, lire requoted to meet in the G rooms besides pantry and bath hnll 011 Tuesdnv night, Nov. 14. We room, 3 porches cistern and never havp business of importance by or- failing well nt door, good barn nnd nil other neeessnry outbuildings. der of lodge. W. A. CnMon, See'v. Sp.jidii! gniden. Terms easy. fl. The young people of the (shristinn T. Ahhlock, llustonville, Ky. SJ-- lt church will hnve n social Nov. 1". An ovster supper nnd three hours of solid fun, only HO cents. Kvory-bod- v invited. c 1-- Nothing so effective ns Hvomei for cntnrrh, colds, croup nsthmn denfness. and cntnrrhnl Jut brenthe it 0. L. Penny guarantees it. Outfit including inhaler $1.00. K.x-tbottle 50 cents. Ix;t mo overhaul your gasoline ( engine and avoid cold weather I). Bnllou. 'troubles this whiter. Just ns neeessnry ns Inving in tho , jjcuvc word nt the I. J. office. winters' eonl, is the selection of rood magazines for tho home. Write There Is a great difference in life J. I. K. Dnimmond, Livingston, Ky., for his price and eatnloguc before insurance policies. Mutual Benefit having. Pol,cies are suPer'or- can show There will be a baptismal sen'ice R. M. You- - Why not buy the best? nt the Christian church Sundny Newland Agent. morning at the rejiilur ehureb hour. ra I 1 I am pnying highest prices for There will be preaching nt Lofresh eggs, chickens nnd all kirms gan's Creek Sundnv afternoon nr of country produce. Fields Pros., 3 o'clock by Hev. D. M. Walker. Stnnford nt Jesse Lynn's old stand. For coughing, dryness nnd tickJ. E. Parker, 2021 No. 10th St. ling in the thront hoarseness nnd Ft. Smith, Ark., snys thtnt he had nil coughs and cold'', take Foley's taken iimiiv kinds of kidney medi- llonev nnd Tnr Compound no opiates cine, but did not get better until he ShugaM and Tanner. Pnon Cleie IIiip'i i im for a few days is trawling for the Southern Awning fompimy of Louisville nnd is with the work. .rjuitr plcn-e- il Mi. Smith Itnugluann and M'r. j mid Mrs. Adam Pence motored to ;this city Sunday nnd were guests of iJ. K.. Hnughmnu mid family. J. ft. Wealherford has returned fioin Louisville. Mi.s Ilettic V. Loan spent Tuesday hopping in Dnnville. Mr. nnd Mrs. John Q. Lynn have returned from Wharton, Texas, nnd nre visiting menus hero lor a lew days. James Hall enmo down from Lexington Tuesday to vote. BETSY'S POINTERS: Mrs. Dnuiel Trnylor is with relatives for a few days. "Molly thinks it is possible to L. M. Ilccd name home Monday train n husband to perform many to vote hero Tuesday. useful feats, but one of tho most Mis Mary D. Kennedy is guest of difficult is to teach him to buy econ- the Misses Newborn this week. omically for the household. I just Harry Cntnnitz has returned from writo a note, send my husband to a visit to Dnnville friends. Coffey & Colemnn's nnd back comes Mr. Peverly Snndidgc, of Morcland just what I ordered and just how was hero Tuesday. I .7nnt it." Mis Minnie Hnuchins is visiting COFFEY & COLEMAN, friends and relatives nt Lebanon this Delivery. Prompt 186. 1 tiny. He J ', week. We Begin Today a Ready-to-We- ar GREAT SPECIAL SALE Garments, offering Extraordinary Values in ladies one piece dresses, tailored suits, Skirts and shirt waists. As most of these are single garments we urge upon you to come as soon as you can so you can :: :: :: getjust the garment you want. of Ladies 1 $9.75 Choice One Hundred Dresses One-Pie- ce $14.75 Choice of a Lot of Over One Hundred Tailored Suits There never was such a lot of suits offered In Danville at such a price. These are all New York made suits in the very best manner of all wool materials and handsomely lined.. In the lot are more than forty styles of suits In blues, browns, urevs, etc. Materials are serues, cloths, chiffon, broadcloths, Cheviots and tho new mannish mixtures. Prices ranged up to $35. We call special attention to the many handsome suits in sizes 40. 42 and 44 to he found In this lot. This is a splendid lot of values as the. assortment of styles is very larqc, about forty different styles, and all the best colors. The materials arc scrqrs, cloths, mcssallnes, eollans. velvets, corduroy, etc. There am all sizes represented, hut most of them are sizes 34, 36, and 38. The sale price barely covers one half their value as orlpjnal prices ranncu as hifih as $30. t n 8 $1.50 Silk Shirt Waists $1.50 We will nfftr at this absuurdly low price a lot of about 30 odd silk anil chiffon shirt waists which have been seilinrj at $4 to $6 each. Tlmy are all tneolors'and made of chiffons, taffetas, ponqees, lines, etc. wm 6&2SaassS!aa& In the New Home You want the best when starting in the ne.w home. Above all, you want that home to be snug and warm and comfortable. You are sure of warmth and comfort with a Perfection Smokeless Oil Heater. The Perfection is the best and most reliable heater made. It'is a sort of portable fireplace. It is readv night and day. Just strike a match and light the wick. iJiffc" Perfection is all aglow in a minute. Tho Perfection Oil Heater does not wne!l nor imoke a patent automatic device prevent that. It can be carried easily from room to room and U equally suitable for any room in the house. Handsomely enamel finished, with nickel trimmings; drums of cither turquoise-blu- e or plain steeL $3.75 Choice of Over Fifty Newest Style Skirts This Is the best barnaln we have ever offered In separate skirts. They represent the very latest Hew York ideas and are all strictly tailor made of materials. There Is not a skirt in the lot really worth less than $6. and we offer choice for $3.75. The materials used are the new mannish mixtures, serqes, Panamas. all-wo- ol $4.50 Children's Tailored Suits We offer a small lot of children's tailored suits made In sizes 15 and 17 at $4.50 reduced from $9. 13, $3.5Q Excellent Quality Ladies New Rubberized Slip - on Raincoats $3.50 ', " P-- - JSJRFECTIOJ aPIUIK.hi. mtw Ai your dtalrr la thaw rou a Perfcclio SooLkuOd Hour, or will, lot duuipura circular cWtct to aar igcacy ol A -- Standard Oil Company (iBcorporateil) l D JL OW,!--loVI J.V.VJ KM M. M. IX. JR. M-- O 9M. Jm DANVILLE t KY. m .T' L otoow&e0O THE INTERIOR JOURN AL. STANFORD FORCED SALE to 0 0 0 0 O iDOr&! &&&&&&& f3w KENTUCKY v5s RAISE MONEY FRIDAY. NOVEMBER 18. till. aoAQOOOO&oao sua oo sj ? 0 0 To Save Us From Financial Ruin and gents' furnishing goods, dry Men's Handkerchiefs l-2c Ing, shoes, hats, caps, pants, overcoats, raincoats, of all kinds, ladies' 15 cm l-- 0 Goods, anything to be found in any city must go 2c " 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 01 0 10c and 12 quality 8c 0 quality 8 10c and 12 -.5c quality at 3c 0 5c Handkerchiefs at - - 3c 1 0 0 Owing to the backward seasons and disastrous weather conditions we find ourselves overstocked, our bills are due, "Cash is King," 0 0 stock of goods into ready cash. The unexpected comes p and CASH we must have We have to convert this large, new and 0 0 rjcrJ ti&v&s&VBXiiuttzBiaerrsxjnr. l-3c SATURDAY, NOV.5 days 11th at 9 o'clock and continuing for up-to-da- Ladies' Handkerchiefs te JOHN B. STETSON $3 .98 $5 Hat; sale price $2 98 MENS' ALL WOOL SUITS $3.50 and $1 hnts nt Best make, worth 25 and g.IO. All kinds of Hats, Fur, Velptir. No attention will be paid to what these aoods actually cost, but is now beinq remarked. :$IB9a Scratch and Derbies now ....$l.9o we will The stock slash these aoods to meet the demands of our "creditors" to save our qood name. Sale price cut and Men's pure wool suits, well worth 2, 3 nnd $4. We are markinq these aoods at prices that will be the talk of Stanford for years to come, as we worth $20 ami $22.50, have LED always In MERCHANDISE and PRICES. Blue, in 1 wool suits Men's 'We have waited the last minute for this bio sale. WE NEED THE MONEY and you are bound to Serge, Tun, Qrny, Black ami fancy have the aoods . Think once, and you will buy. Why not load up heavy now, when you have us at your WOOL Cashmere, easily PURE mixed worsted or feet. wortth $15 and $18 Sale price $1 1.13 Mens' $2.50 and $3 coat sweater $1.98 Mens' all wool suits. wjrth $7.50 at $3.S8 $1.50 nnd $2 coat sweaters sale $10 and $12.50 sale price 5 L4 price MENS' PURE WOOL 39c coats, 75e and $1 sweatetrs now Overcoats and rain-pro- o Outinqs worth 10 and 12 cents per yard, now 8 All kinds of dry aoods included in this sale. worth $22.50 and $25, must bo $lb,9B cents per yard. Percales, 15 cent quality at 10 cents, dark LADIES' COAT SWEATERS American and Simpson Calicoes at 4 at Pure Wool Lonq and Short and liqht. Mens' overcoats, well worth SI"- $2.68 $11.98 $3.60 and $4 quality now cents. Pure woolen flannels, worth 25 and 35c at 19 cents, at 8 and $20. Sale price Flannelettes, worth 10 and 12 'Overcoats for men and hoys, $2.50 nnd $3 quality now ..$1.98 MENS' AND LADIES' worth $12.50 and $13 now ..$8.98 Woven Underwear. And ft lot of. all sizes, well worth 79c '$10 nt $1 Quality, the garment .....39C Qual-it- y 50c- qunlity now 19c 25c- quality now UNION SUITS 89c $1.50 qunlity now LEGGINGS 0c 75e and $1 quality 39c 50 quality now FINE LOT CORDUROY COATS $3 and $3.50. now $2.48 Tn blouse pants, worsted and cash of imported neckwear, ties worth Pants worth of the best makes; siinglo nnd Xor- T.rmnilRnY PANTS. meres, all colors. New York's lutest 50c, 75c nnd $1 must f:o nt ....39c $2.98 folk style- -, styles worth $12 and $15 sale - 50; qualitv must go at ,39c . Worth 3.50 and $5 sale price 23e nnd 50c, sale $i.50, 8.o0 nnd $0 coats nt $3,08 "9,B Ties worth Pants worth .2.."0 and $3; sale price un . y must go at '9 price . I9c $2.98 and $10: a'e o ::$l.98 some at $1.50 Other Cordurov coats pricoon the Suits worth $7.50 $8 l.ic quality now lie odd Worsted Coats pANTS JEANS ?5 price 84 Worth J, 4 nnd $5; sale price $1.98 10c quality now . . 8c Hoys' Miits worth t. $3. and fK.iO $1.25 pants $2 1)8 now And a lot in some broken- - sires Hint sell at $:i, $4, $5 and $0 mut In the iicw effect, made with full SI.48 peg tanned belt loups, silk etrniis goat now 54 Pants worth 0, 7, and $8 sale 77c price $4.98 $1 caps now 42c Pants worth 4 and $3; sale price 50c and 75c caps now Ntxt National Bank' ,I9C $2.S8 25c caps now ini-e..Sl- EVERYTHING NEW AND THIS SEASON'S LATEST CREATIONS Hats Shoes WAIT FOR THIS BIG Clothing nBSSEZEfzrTZBazss&cc I 3 ALE -2 -3 Of all kinds, hiqh and low top, pat-eleather, qun metal, vlcl kid and ne GUM COATS AND SLICKERS 3.50 Fish Ilrand $2.79 $2.50 Slickers nt 1.98 l.igiitweiuht Gum Coat $.1.50. 3.98 A Nice Llqhtwelqht Dress Coat . '.- enamel. Mens' High Top Shoes $4.48 $0 now . , $5 now $3.98 $4.50 ....$3.48 SHIRTS Coat Sweaters .... $2.50 Shirts at $2 .ShirtN nt $1.50 Shirts nt $1 Shirt nt fiOc and 75e Dress and Flannel $1.98 1.48 .g .... $1.00 here will go as far as $5.00 elsewhere -2 -2 -3 ... VA""i The Home of and style Boys' Knee Suits REMEMBER THE DATE SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 11th Lasting 1 5 DAys Only I Sox ... .,.- Men's and Young Men's Odd, Pants P Laps ... H!. SAM ROBINSON Kentucky Uncoil - STANFORD OOO O Shirts at Mens' Fine Dress Shoes of the finest LADIES' BEARSKIN AND FUR Make of Styes. COATS $3.68 $15 font $8.48 $4.50 shoes at $3.48 .Mines' Fur ("out, worth $12.50 $4 Shoe ae nnd $10, at $6.98 $2.98 $3.50 shoes at $2.39 !r3 times at Children's Bearskin Coals 2.50 shoe- at $158 Worth $4; sale piice $1.78 $1.48 ..' allocs at Woolen and Cotton Blankets LADIES FINE DRESS SHOES $5 Illnnkels nt . : $3.78 vcvet, tans, patent leathers, qun J I IllnnkctH at In 2.98 metal, vici kid. i.1.50 Hlnnkclti nt 2.48 $2.98 $1.50 Illnnkels nt $3.50 shoes now 1.19 $2.48 $3 shoes at 1 Blankets nt- 79c $I.S8 $2.50 shoes nt 1.48 COMFORTS $2 shoes nt 2 Comfort nt $1.19 $1.48 1.50 shoes at 159 (Sailers, 50 cent quality now . 39c tl.75 Comforts nt Gaiters, 25 cent quality now .. . 19c $1.25 Comforts nt . 98c Woven Sock and Stocklnqs SUIT CASES 19c woilh 25c nnd 35" now Leather and Compressed Paocr JtiUiO Suit Ca-e- s nt $4.98 SUSPENDERS 3.98 . ...39c $5 Suit Cases nt 50e ottnlity now 1.48 19c $2 Suit Cases nt 25c quality now 98c 8c $1.50 Suit Cases at 15 nnd 10c quality nt $1 Knit Cases at 79c RUBBERS BLEACHED COTTON of all kinds. Rubber boots. Felt r, mid 10e quality boots of all kinds. Liqht wciuht 12 Hope nnd lted Fox rubber sandals. Rubber arctics and brand, so now per yard. , 8 and rubber shoes. Heavy dull finish, rolled sole rubber. GINGHAM All at cost price. We must sell Bet rade of I Ires Gingham these now. 12 to 15c qualiti per Anvthinq in the rubber line. 8 ard . Mes-sende- 79c 39c - i . C J t Sf. JV. tf H v& i w SXt ; F w f . QOrO$&$$0 S0-2JOO- Qi 0OO0O0O000 COUGHING AT NIGHT Q class tobacco. Plenty of shade and everlasting water, ideal for stock-farm-. No better neighborhood on enrth. Improvements all new nnd -- oihisIs of modern bungalow cottage of U rooms, front nnd back porch, line 15 foot cistern at back door, stock barn 30x50 feet equipped with hay carrier, all necessary outbuildings, everything is new, clean, convenient itid substnntinl. In fact one of the best and most desirablu farms in Central Kentucky. Possession Jan. OOOOOOOOOOOO .wagons and harness, plow gear; 1 goon crimllion cutting box; I good sled; COO feet of poplar lumber and watering boxes; 1 good Superior wheat drill; 1 buggy and ha mess; 2 saddles and bridles; garden plow and other tooN, naws and other household mid kitchen furniture TKIt.MS. All sums under $10 cash in hand; all over that amount on a credit of six mouths time with 0 per cent interest from date of sale, with bank note with good ss- - I HIS MISRULE HELPED The New Lieutenant Governor TO PATRONS OF RURAL ROUTES HAPPY WOMEN Plenty of Them in Stanford Good Reason For it. And Baaaw3N aaaaaaat I Hf'V' The postal law and regulation requite all mail boxes erected on the side of the rond in a shape that the earlier will not be delayed in scrvins them. Please adjust your boxes acPostniuter cordingly nt once. Stanford, Ky. aV THE FARMERS For Sale. Nice vounz Jersey cow also n couple of brood bows and 8 88-bIiooIs. J. STurphi. 2. Menus loss of sleep which is bud for everyone. Foley's Honev and Tar Compound stops the couh at once, relieves the tickling and dryness in the throat and heals the inflamed membranes. Pi events a cold dc eloping into bnaichitis or Keep always in the pneumonia. house. Refuse substitutes. Shugars nnd Tanner. FOR SALE PRIVATELY. Ilitvinsr purchased a farm hava decided to sell privately my property nt ISuckeyu consisting of ono two s'torv seven room dwelling, 4 acres of land, good tobacco nnd stock burn well, cistern, store house nil neces-wir.- v out buildings ono of the best stands for store in Garrard. If not sold by December 1, 1 will rent. Also 70 acres of good hemp or miles below tobacco land 2 2 Buckeye on pike will sell in 2 tracts or ns a whole, well watered and fenced. Near Gunns Chnpel. Richard I. Burton, 83-1- 0 Buckeye, Ky. 1-- Wouldn't any woman bo happy After years of backache suffering Days oi misery, nights of unrest, Tho distress of urinary troubles, She finds relief and euro! N'o reason why any Stanford read er should suffer in the of evi dence like this: f'o Hon. E. r J. McDermott. b To Cultivate Memory, The best way to remember a thing thoroughly to understand It, and often to recall It to mind. By read Ing continually with gTeat attention, Rctlrina Gov. Willson. and never passing a passage without understanding and considering It well, tbe memory will be stored with knowl Incomplete. edge, and things will recur at times A Qermtn statistician has calculated that, roughly, there are 1,200,000,000,. when we want them, though we can 000 bees In the world. It ta, ot courae. never recollect the passagea or from Impossible to give the exact figures. whence we drw our Ideas. ai ao many pcrtons bide their bees la their bonneta. Punch. Twenty thousand people rend enck Is w?w No Grief About It. Pol-sou- We have a bujer for a farm ot about 100 acres well improved nnd on piko. If you have nnytbine near this, list it with us. Hushes & Mc- 021 f Carty, Stanford. A red boar nog that will weigh from 175 to 200 pounds. The lust heard of wns in the Turnersville Lost neighborhood, Finder please notify me nt McKinney. J. U. Williums. For Sale. 25 two year old mules Jame.s Mos-e- r. 88-t- f issue of tne Interior Journal. Protected Against Bores. Marks "My dear aunt bad not beea To save himself from losa ot time dead It hours wtien ber parrot died ,.too." I'arks "The jkw bird died ot caused by callers who are a long while tn coming to the point, a Parte grlet. I auppoaer Marks "No. functionary has put on his ofllce table Boston Trmcrit a card bearing tbe words: "Be so good as to abstain from speaking of my health or the weather or ot tbe A HOUSEHOLD MEDICINE Bourse quotations, three subjects am perfectly well ac Wluf clnna roughs nilicklv mid with which quainted. Start once on tbe matter tures colds is FoleyV Honey nnd that brings you at here." Tar Compound. Mru. Annn PeUer 2520, Jefferson street, So. Omaha, Neb., saya: "I & recommend Fol-C- s lloney nnd Tur Compound as a Backache. Headache. Nervousness. rheumatism, both in men and Mire cure for coughs and colds. It and cured ray daughter of a bud cold and women, mean kidney trouble. Do not allow it to progress beyond the reach wWY fifcWibor. Mrs. Uenson, cured at medicine but stop it promptly with i .Imt seM.imd ber whole family with Foley Kidney Pills. They regulate Foley's Honey and Tar Compound Every one in ourr neighborhood the action ol(the urinary organ, ion-t- e In action, quick in results. 8hu- of it." Shuifurn and FfMMtka For Sale. A nice little fnnn, con testing of 10 acres. William Porter. Purler bouht of Robert I,. Porier. his fatfier. the latter' fiirm if 8i acres on the LuilcustP? Willinm CASH PRIZES FOR CORN To Be Given Farmers By State Bank Trust Company. I pike. The price wns not made public ; && hrly TOMWr. jars asi Taaaer. . Iteichenbach Broi. N. II. Plummer, Jacob Uamler Fred Von Allmnn Mattie 1L Hcwes. S, n. Huughmnn W. P. Belden Fred VoiiAllman. J. M. Gooch John Hewog. Win. and John Huffman. Notice. No one allowed to bunt Us vy farm. Fox Dud4ritfVv Herman HirKolz. G. W. Hasty C. T. Willson, U. 31. Allen, J, R. Manning L. Q. Gooeh. 0iKv:H; POSTED tf &ft & The State Bank & Trust will give premiums as folloWH lo tho farmers of Liucoln county: Best seed corn (white) $7.50; also to tho farmer exhibiting 2nd best samples of white corn $2.50, and to the farmer exhibiting tho best sample of yellow corn .$2.50. Briivj in your samples to the bunk and put on exhibition between now and the 18tu on which duto nil entries will close. The premium will be awarded bj an export on the 25th of Nov. 1011. . Come in and make your entries. Yours to serve STATK BANK & TRUST CO., For the people, of the people, by the people. Com-pnu- y .Mr--. Nancy A. Logan, K. Main Street, Stanford, Ky snjs: "I caicely know how .to express my tratitude to Doun's Kidnov Pills for the benefit they brought tne. " When I began their use, I was in a miserable condition. My back seemed to have given out entirely nnd pained PUBLIC SALE! 1 often becaino si( mo terribly. ueuk and lame that I was almost Having sold my farm nnd decided prostrated.1 Learning of Donn's Kid to go South for my health, I will on uey Pills, I procured a supply lit Tuesday. November 14, 1911, Shugurs & Tanner's Drug Store, ami A- I 111 fi'.lin1f fl uutl ml. liuiMnnnl .' "w " v' . ... ..:. W4. , i. ...... .ti.. t : ,.( . '"""" ii ... ..i-i property nt Shelby City on the Win. iwuiBi nn give them the highest praise. HoJ.no(!, fnni)i Kust of town, j Kidney Pills not only rcliev- - cribpil ns follows: ed my backache, but also restored Two No. 1 brood mares in foal, my kidneys to u normul condition." which raised premiiiim colts. 1 sold For snlu by all dealers. Price 50 this year at $110. Also 4 good milk cents. Foster-Milbur- n Co., Buffalo, cows, all Jerseys and fresh, and one New York, solo agents for the united Jersey' heifer, I culf and eight fat States. hogs, weight from 150 to 200 pounds Hemember the name Dorm's and one brood sow and I) pigs, fill J ami take no other. stock red Duroe pigs 1 months old; about 75 head of full stock Plymouth Kock chickens. PUBLIC SALE OF FARM. Two good brood inures, 2 big work Registered Poland China hogs, mules, 1 two year old mule,' 1 yearling mule, I sorrel two year old horso stock etc. Thursday, November 16. 1911 1 beautilul white pony. at 10 o'clock n. m... having decided Six stands of bees, also a lot of to uit farming, I will on above duto oats ant hay and sorghum In shook offer at public auction my fnnn of 100 shocks of fodder, 88 shocks of 104 acres 5 2 miles north of Dun-vill- o corn in the field and farming impleon good piko inita east of ments, consisting of 1 walking Brown Harrodsburg iiud ". tnit.iH from Buigiu cultivator; 1 Tiger corn planter; 2 Close to graded school and churches mowing machines; 1 hay rake; 2 bur stores. In fine section of country rows; 2 double shovel plows; 2 Oli lays, well nnd a splendid body ot ver Chilled plows, ho. 20; 1 mum at least 6 acres will now first cultivator disc harrow 2 "-.111 rui-citedes-Doa1- -2 J. M. McGraw. Terms easy. If you tiro Interest Shelby City, be T. I), KiUwli, Aue'l. ed and iiil drop me a card I will clad to ircet you at train day before sale and take care of you ovir night WmlMMUax07 For further information address, Georqe Clavton, Bui gin, Ky. Iht. cunty. Webster New DtCnOHAW mm iNTERIUnOMAl TKEHIRWAMWIISTU? it le a XBW CKKA. i - SeM 9w m . TIOST, eoreHaa every of tbe worMM tkeuaM. mty actios aa4 etutwe. xa aaabrUfed iWetlneamr at tsaa wwsv tmatrmUMU, otvm. ayeo la awanataiTrB ipftwwvw ftaawk www (ppscvfai it daee orer 4oe,e Worami J ml smw mittmwr Xh tin L.11 atpek .. wttk Ue IBAaA. A. dlvUU .. . eaeyelofoaai ta atBde veteate. Iacamm It la aoMated ar .: OoBxu, aoaoeU aa lartate HUaa a S I VMM M UW laofitr. HffMM ae wsm aaawa Wlmm a. Jjetaal