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TUESDAY, NOVEMHER It, 1011 EVERY TUESDAY AND FRIDAY fr tr " V iU M Rnney of Ruckeyc n brother and two LAST OF THE KENNEDYS sisters Mrs. Ed. Chandler nnd Mrs. OUT OF PENITENTIARY FOR STANFORD LADS Foet of One And Shoulder of AnSaturday Nlqht And The Therome-te- r Ninon Duvis nil of this county. Tho No One Should Miss Seelna Reno. For Openlna of Game Law On Wedeceased was a devoted member of other Mashed by Hand Cars. Drops 51 Desrees In a Hurry dnesdayThe State Law. The Maojclan. the Christian chnreh. The family hnve much sympathy in the dentil of Grove Kennedy's Efforts In Behalf Lecaf Feetball Team. Letts Its First week wns an unlucky nun for I.nt Winter in sure enough Hhnpe ar- the wife, mother, nnd daughter. Lincoln county hunters nre pelting d of Son Rewarded By a The Mendelssohn Qunrtct, the section hands in this vicinity. On Game In Three Years After Mrs. Afnttio P. Frisbie is in Danon the list of the Lyceum Club's ready to o afield with mm and dog rived in this section Hntnrday nigli down by a mail car while nt work Pare-le- . Gamest ef Battles. ville visiting Mr. nnd Mrs. W. C. N., near Memp half mile cntertninmcnlH, delimited everyone on Wednesday, tl c loth. Rirds nre Tho mercury went down from 71 deon the L.-wiid to bo plentiful this year. The grees Snlurdny afternoon to 20 de- Price. John Rurnsidc. hnrf returned cnl of Slnutord and his foot xin Inst Friday niirlit. No hiKhcr clnsH Up 'viih brouuht to musical attraction 1ms been bccii in iiinil law is open from November 15, grees a sheer drop of 51 dcgiccs in to Snn Angclo Texas, after n visit badlv niiished. The lust of the Keunedvs will Tlic Stanford High School Inst the .1. n Ionic long time, than theso four to January. 1. KahhitH may be hot less than 21 hours. Overcoats were to his parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. O. F. leton, the railroail phyltr. football ehnmpiouship of the stale sician, mid his wounds dressed, af yotuuc men iravc. The Redpnth Ly- any lime during the yenr except from in demand nud wlat few people ven- IHrnsidc. Miss Mnddcll King is at leave the Frankfort (cnitculiary ut home nfter a visit to friends in Lex- the end of the present month. Wil- to the Lexington llirrli School on ler which he was eut to his home. September fith to November Mth: it tured out were well wrapK(l up. ceum fiiirenu is certainly to be the Lexington grounds hist SaturMinerva Moss nnd linm Kennedy, the only one of u The storm which struck Lexington ington. Mrs. upon liuum; them upon is lawful to shoot scpiirrcls from Saturday afternoon Win. Vermil21) to day afternoon. The Hcorc wns lion, of Mitclu'llslmrK. while nt work its list. A splendid audience, heard November l.rilh to Fcbrunry 1st, and and Central Kentucky, carrying with daughter have returned nfter a profnmily of three sons and the father 0 ngninst HlMitord. Althoiifrli defeatfioin June 15th to September 15th it suffering destruction was a typi- tracted stay in Middlcsborn. Miss who were in at Kowluiid with a KniiK of section them. the penitentiary .it vori-oed, the local Iittli were fnr from dis- men The next number in the Lyceum ducks mid geese from Auj:iit 15th cal cyclone. It originated in the Pntny Kinnnird has been in Danville wiih run over by a baud car graced. No Kilmer fight was over and his hlioulderH and neck wein bail course is one of which hIioiiIiI prove to April 1st; doves from August 1st northwest nnd caused temperatures for a recent visit to the Misses Allen times during the last decade Seen on nny football field thnii Unit ly cut mid bruised. Dr. Peyton nUo one of the most populnr of tlio entire to Fcbrunry 1st; woodcock from of about 2(1 degrees below zero in Judge Win. Shugnrs nnd daughtcis has been granted a parole, effective llioy put up against overwhelming drcNspil Ins injuries nud the woundiri!;rnm It is an evening vith Reno, June 20lh to February l"t; n:pe ontnna nr.d Alberta nnd inflicted will leave Lancaster this week to the Inst of the month. Kennedy tins) nlds. Outweighed, innii for mini ly ed men will be nble to resume their the Magician. He is the iiiau wh-- i nnv lime. It is unlawful to shoov widespread suffering upon tho un- reside in Richmond. been notified of the parole. His Miss Anderson of Lexington has letenec is due to the persistent at leant 'J(t pounds, nevertheless they duties in a short time. borows a lint from someone in the nnv Thrush. Meadow Lark, Finch, prepared. work icpenlcdly held their heavier opponaudience and takes from it live rab- Mnrtin, Swallow, Woodpecker. Red ' For three or four days the tem been with her parents Mi. nnd Mrs. of his father, Grove Kennedy of thus ents for downs, took the hnll nivny bits, emes, pianos and other mich or Rlue Hird, Cnlbiid of other in- - perature in tho west nnd the north- J. E. Andeison. Mrs. Fred Neigh county. FOR COUNTY JUDGE y from llieni onl to lose it again sjmp-lwonderful IhinifH, makes trees jjrow rtcctireroiiH bird at liny time. west bus been below zero. On Fri- bor ol Livingston is with her parAt one time there were three Kenby forco of superior strength on T. A. Rice Announces Candidacy For while von are wnichim: him cats (lire of miimal or bird within day windstorms sprung up nil over ents Mr. and Mrs. J. 11. Bourne. nedys, brothers iu the Frankfort Mr. John Hcnsy of Pent, Inch, has penitentiary for the part of their adversaries. evidence of guilt. the plain states nnd this developed timu is nud doc a host of other wonderful Democratic Nomination homicide or compliThe game wiih u rough one from The law does not allow fur any the iiuiisuul warm wnvc Saturday. been the recent guest of Adolpb Jos- city of homicide. Jim Kennedy was thins" no one can explain. finish, a numlier of the start to person to hunt upon the property of As the storm approached Ken- eph. Mrs. W. S. Miller, of Knoxvillc serving u life sentence for murder; The prices of ndmlssion to this Thomas A. Rice, one of the best lnrnl lmU sustaining injuries, none will remain at 'J3, 3." and .'0 another, and permission nui- -t he ob tucky the wind iucreused in ve- Tenn.. is visiting her sister Mrs. J. Faulkner Kennedy, u sentence of 2L known fiiriucrrt of Lincoln county, of them serious, however. They guvc in this of the Interior .louiunl cents. A special rate of 'J3 cents will tained or violators ma'' lie proseeut- - locity to over forty miles nn hour W. Muler, Miss Sii(ic Anderson has years for manslaughter, nnd Will it buck to the I.cxintoii temn us Ins candidacy for the be mndc, for the balcony for the nl. A fine of from $5 to $25 mnv and general caused damage been visaing her aunt Miss Dorn Kennedy, 10 years for complicity in hnrd ns they got however, for sever-n- l aiiuouuces nomination for County colored people, n 'reiit mitny of lie assessed ngainst nny person throughout the state. Ranis vcrc Harris, of Danville. Dcii.ocratii' the enme of which Fnulkner was The shipment of livestock is still convicted. The of the other were torrcd to For souictiuc be has been whom will undoubtedly want to eo found bunting or fishing on inclosed demolished, tries were uprooted, nnd last named wns tho of (lie panic. .Indue. during the prugicss V. A. discucd iih .1 prospective candi- the tbiiiKS this wonderful man can grounds without consent of owner. dwellings were unroofed nnd rocked a thri.'ing business heic, of hogsLear first to lenvc the- - prison, having having exported a car The Lexington tenni made prncti-oivll- v date for this office, and Ins friends do. on been pmdnned. Jim Kennedy, died iih though uu cfirthquukc had agi nil of their goals on the forand two of in the hospital following an operasay that he has received assurances Considerable damage Thursday tated them. MT. M0RIAH. ward pass pbiv. At bucking the of stronc xupport in the race. Mi. was done in the various sections of stock Saturday, Iiwsou and Ilrowt, tion, nnd. nt the time of his death BELOVED WOMAN IS GONE. exported a ir-lon- d the middle of lh u for gains, tliev found. Unit Ilice has served as coiumitticmun Lincoln tfuinty. unsuccessful effort was inndo to though much lighter, the Stnnfoid from his precinct for the piut ee the week nnd .James 1. Hamilton, n mi Mr. O. (1 Spcikes of this pln-Iihm' Will Kennedy released, so thnt When the wind changed from the car-loa- d wall, ami it Saturday, a car of poultry he could go back homo with the line In Id like a stone vcar-- , bus a (niiKlit unblciuisticil Wife nf Squire Noakes Dies at Home and Mrs Lena Corminy of near south to the west rain fell in torwns also shipped to an Eastern marStunford, were nuietly miirned in win selllntn that the home team was partv record, and has been u uork-c- i bodv of his brother. rents, nnd ns the temperature drop- ket during the past week. Near Crab Orchard Thur m.uiy able to do much .advancing throush Stnnford Saturduy. Grove Kennedy, tlie father of tho for Uemocracv ever kiiico Tho official returns of the late hue. Stanford could do nothing lricnds here extned them all good ped below freezing it changed into the He has issued a card to the a term in This stonn bns election show the result known he three boys, nlso served leet nud snow. with the hnll lliimtph their voters wishes. either outliumc his iximtion in this now passed to the east and later fore, nnv change in the tigures from the nrisoti for' killing man. Every-. C. I). Wnilild nnd Mi. Margaret Noakes wife of line, lint pulled off MrMr. opponents' heavy body in Frankfort knows Grove Ken Hire, which will be found in another Sipnrc K. D. Noakes,, died near Crab Mr. and and Hiram Hailtcid were reports show damage along the lakes the Mrs. first count which wns n.s tol!i s; ncdv, nnd he bns bad llie sympathy several large gains by end runs and (OlUlllll. on Thursday November tltli. guests of Mr. F. J. Hnzlelt .mil and the sea coast. time-wiOichnrd working forward pan scvcrnl McCrearv 1191: O'Rcnr lXr. M. of the petujle in his c fforl to get Ins She was (" I'ears old mid leaves a ei-mott, 1491; Rristow 1332; Oar-ne- tt Sunilnx. cowl effect. TIiu ainj again BRODHEAD. of prison, says the Frank2 husband 7 children live girls nud l.uls would Stnnfoid A great deal of weeping mi1' wni'-in- g 1491; McGregor 1332, Rhrn sonsuit LANCASTER. one of the fort Journal. bo.va, to mourn her loss. Sho was I.cxiiigloii defense kunsbing of teeth wiw heard 1491; Monroe 1332; Ro worth 1491; and break throush the Mnhaffj visited Mrx. Ellen a "member of the EphcMis llapt.M up here Wcdnisdny morning when Relhuriun 1332; Ciccellius 1491 Omid stop u runner in bin tracks be- Crab Orchard first of the week. Mr. Jesse Fox and family have liver 1332, Ilnmlett tliiirch having joined the. church in the people on the "Mt." found that 1491; Vinson TO THE DEMOCRATS OF fore he could start with the ball. John Denton is nt home from St. 1805, unit wns baptized December moved to the residence of Judge 1332; Newman 1491; Clink 1332; the stock law had carried by a ma Thomas Coleman and Wesley Uuibry Mary's Academy. LINCOLN COUNTY. Win. Shugnrs. 'J3lb 1803 Christmas day nud lived twenty two. Green 1491; Wilson 1332; Klnir did manful wntk in tins icpcit. And (Icoi-kiGriffin was down from .i faithful member until death. She jority of I). Father O'Dwycr held services for 1491 ; Turlton 1332, Hardin 14S7. Lexington backs Mr. P. Orcen of Lyon city was when the heavier Mt. Vernon la- -t Saturday on busiSome lime last spring my name was laid to rest in the Kphesiis bury-in- a a cn'ler at our little Hurg Tuesday. the Catholics at the home of Mis. Legislature Fiirrn Democrat 4493, cnine tearing through the Stanford ness. was mentioned iu the Interior Jourciound after funeral services by get nwnv Dozier, Republican, 1315. Mr. nnd Mrs. Mnrhall Hutchison, X. Miller on Richmond street. line and seemed about to R 0. Wilmott of N'eptunc, visited the pastor. Rev. W. M. C. Hutching W. C. Fuit, of thu Flatwoods secbus nal us a prospective candidate for visited Mr. and Mrs. O. 0. Speakcs Jessie Arnold of Frankfort toward the coal, it was llnrrw Cole- bouefclkri Tirst of (he veek. tion bought a mule from Charles Naand J. C. MeClary at 10 a. in. Nov. Sunday. .joined bis wife heie for n visit to re- the democratic nomination for counman, who could nlwnvs be relied upMiss Ettu Frith is visiting in Stanrepier for $"0. 11th. d Mi. II. R. Mills of St. Louis on to stop him. Time and ngmu this ford. latives. Mr. tint! Mrs. Larry I). ty judge. Since thnt time I have The Ch.iutatupia Circle met Sat- Jones and little daughter--. Mnrthn ceived so many nssuranccA of supprowess. He was bv his mother Mrs. J. S. Young lad proved his Mi-- o Willie Henton and Jno. Uen-lo- ii port Th j bereaved tnnulv desire to ex Young bns been on urday nfternoon, with Misses Robin plivcr on lb Wind Jones hnve gone to Louisville county fiom every precinct iu tlio fur the most nggr-sinttendinc the National Fox tend their heart felt thanks to their List. week Mr. some time but is son, Rrnshenr nnd Mason. 1 ii nd the sick list for Stanford.. side at both offensive and Ilnct iiiii Crab Orchard this week. for a short stay before returning to have decided from nil classes that nt Judge Lewis L. Walker bns re neighbors nnd friends for ttkcir Kiml-ne- s improving slowly. to make the nice. :. .......t. Ili.c i.tnvim. Klntnli their home in Monticello. Mesil"me Mr. Uranvillc Owens has taken 1 n m not the candidate during the sickness nnd denth of any The stork isited the borne of Mr. turned from a very recuperative st m .lnn.es Shopshere, of Cynthinnn nne' cd linn is cosily tin' greatest foot- the telephone exchange of our mother. A. F. Noakes I haw chau SUinfonl Iimk tnnud out j flKiiin. of Keid Tuesday and Jeft at Crab Orchard Springs. He begin Win. Collins nnd son of Leesbunr nr clique, fnction or interest ndn Mrs. S. ball plnvcr ' no oolitic ul axes li grind or favors William D.tlev. Mr. Reid nnnouneid the November term of circuit court guests of Elder nnd Mrs. F. Jl. Tin In many yean. The Stnle I'mvrr- fnmi-- v I 1.. I nntrel has moved his Wednesday. to repay. to ln lneiHls Wcilncsiiny evening in Stnnfoid EDGAR BROCK. sin iiioii who wen gathered to wit r i.ito one of J. Thos. Cherry's .Messrs. A. P. and D. C. Snndir der. If nominated find elected I will wu-dcness llie fiai.ic. iiccwrcH inm that ho sine did like the youngster limifs on Silver Street. give the neoplo a clean conservative Miss Minnie Me'.luffy wilt leuve are having elected two coinmodiO'is for a boy, and were wiser to seMr. and Mrs. Maurice Proctor nre MILLEDGEVILLE NEWS nnd up to date residences on Dae and business administration with nn In loving rcinembeiance of Ednr Sunday for Decatur Illinois. , cure bim for Stale next je"r MMt'ii iclatives near Quail. ville street next to tho new house eye single to their interests and the Hrock. elder son of 0. A. nnd Mnlis-b- .i MrsI S.illic Daughertv spent a lie graduates here. betterment of thu county. The law Hock. He was born in Linco'n with Mrs. J. M. Carter last pist completed by W. S. Carrier. Waters bandied bin team with THE DRUGGIST KNEW Mr. John Moser sold to .Myers & will be strictly en fore i tl impartially; Mr. A. C. Robinson one of county August 25. 1S!):I and died in week. but could not splendid gerenil-h- i FROM EXPERIENCE NnsLville Tcnii.. .lulv .Ust 1911. His Tucker 4 1,(100 pound steeis at 5c without fear or favor. most highly 'teem,'d citimake llwin beat ilown their heavier urn Rico nud children have Mrs. d and bought from same 12 Personul attention will ba given Inst tlneo wicks Irtid been spent in just returned from Louisville where zens continues quite ill at bis hoi wheyduytd together like iidvuriiirs, I Ime been Felling Dr. Kilmer's steers ut 5 cents. He the roads mid every effort inndo to intcn-- o but patient suffering. pleasant week with on Richmond street. clockwork. thev spent n Swhii n Root for the past 3 years The Windstorm was very severe in improve them nnd their condition. J. C. (. rieill's and son hnve return-- 1 Waters started lit tackling liim-.el- nnd those of my customers who buy was the victim of tvpboid fivei, i elf lues .mil friend. Tenn., where this pnrt of the country last Satur-d- a Your support will be appreciated Mcwhich toon absorbed the vigor of while nt ililfcrcnl stages Mr. Kieil Ilenson wn in Hwhland ed from llclenweod :t, spjak favorably icgarding it. I bis lilc. All that medical ski could night Two hundred shocks ot they bought Ibree carloads f cattle T. A. RICE. Cain-. Anderson, renny, McCor- Sunday calling on his best girl. ,. . have used it in niv. own. family with do Mas done for the piticnl suffer4011 i i , li.l . .,-,The members of the Mt. Morinh the i !i to :i500 pound grade casting fodder weic blown down for Mr. mncK mio .i . nui ine tin im. ..iDiillil fro-il to cents and the 1,000 i""" er, anil loving hands tendeily "'" Don't fali to attend the social rork. The taxing! on team liiuUi'-cchurch have greatly improved the great I vaiui' cents. unto him but to no nvail. so scats bv applying a fiesh coot of pound grade nt 4 Rom, to the wife of Mr. G. W. given by the young people of the Irnined to nerfcclion. and their work larniion na" this us enruiive oii like. iiso J. Hn:iu Ynpcev n fonnuc Huiin ut boy on the Itb His name is Christian church. ne was given into the bunds of a paint. Friday evening ilguinst the big college tennis bad You nuiv 'irv Rcstieet tally. was e'ected City Attorney Randolph. higher power, who ihictb all things November 17 nt opera house. Every hardened them for such a gruelling Mr. Kssie Wright has built a ev I . II. Rl'PF. A SON. well, to await until the tr.umpli shall blacksmith shop in Mt. Moriuh Mr. of Lexington bv a b'g m.ijoii'x of Mr. nnd Mrs. Oscar Vnuhook ot one, old middle aged and young wi'l contest as this wns. Thev bud de- Itv C. R. Rupe, Mfg.. He will be May wood visited relatives here last enjoy the various features of the the Democrat'!' party. cnll into the newness nf life all the rieming is the nnvil king. (Icorvelown College and held , Icnlfd Seymour, Texas. derid in Christ. He was u bright nnd remembered bv many as bc'ng the week. They will leave in a few days entertainment beside a good suppei Stnte to u close scnic. Mr. Virgil Oakes of n.nr LanPersonally uppenrtd , before me While iinnhle patcntlv to eos- - with this owl, ,l'v of July. HMU). C. II. intil!igcnt xoung man liked bv ml caster was here Sunday to see a voungcsl son of Elder and Mrs. 0. for Missouri where they will make Oyster soup pickles celery-- potato W. Yane-ewho were residents of their home. the chips nnd sandwiches.' ' 'A'dmiss.-oi- i the (enui which Lexington bv rca- - Ilnpe. Druggist, who subscribeil the who knew hue nnd seemed mighty pretty girl. Lancaster years ngo. Rom, to the wife of Thomas Rest only 20 eents. sou of its larger imi'iilntina can put nbove stuteiueiit nud made oath thnt promise of r. long l.fe, but like ths t Mr. K. H. Deatherngc has just Announcement cards have been re n fine boy. heaven, he wns the pride of the in the field, the Stanford boys nre the fineinnnti same is true in substance nud in flower budded on earth to bloom in liome from cei"ed of the apnronching marriage undoubtedly the elnss of auv bih Mr. R. L. ColliiiMvorth from SomilK't. Mr. Will Maybrier and family will of Miss Pattio Gaines Weakley, of erset was here Inst Sunday to see home and the joy of his grief M'hnol in the state outside of R. C. Janes, sliieken pannts. No human tongue go bnek to their old home in Addvillc Louisville formerly of Sltelbvville his friends. nud Iwuiisville. and e.iu de- J." P. nnd 'and Mr. Thomas McClaekev How-erlo- u his loving Harrison county this week. Vv'e of could express tho loss Mrs. Hay of Junction City was monstrnte it to the Mitifnctic-of North Carolina. The wed- here on a visit last week. the loss of such nn estimnble sisters nnd brothers feel over bis anv that mny have dnubth of their Lrtlrt to ding to occur early in the winter. sad death, also his two aged grand- family. Mr. and .Mrs. Livingston Cooper Dr. Kilmtr Ic Co. npreinuey. bride-elebas frequently visitmothers, who nre sorely grieved over Dinjhimton' New Yok me visiting at Somerset nnd other Mr. Alfred Denlhernce wMI move The liis departure, for ho was n oomfott into the house vacated bv Mr. May- - ed Mr. nnd Mrs. Ed. C. Oninek points. White Oak School Honor Roll. Pruvc What Swamp Root Will Do to many relatives and friends. His briar. A reccntion of the missionary soMiss l.elin Jones attended the For You of Tucker Ccllen wedding at Pnrt cieties of the various churches dear face is gone from home, Mrs. Mary Skidmore. wife of Dan. held Thursday afterSend to Dr. Klmr. & Co., A voice we loved is still, a place hon r ltd ville. Th" White Oak Inst Frdnv nfter the town was N Y.. for u sample is vncnnt fu our home, which never iel Skidmore did S. vv:.is an ear- noon nt the Christian church. A Mr. Jessie Rout bus returned homo for the month of October Is ns foln loir illness, Xlrs. most interesting program wns renbottle It will convince .inyonc. Y.i cm) be filled. nfter a 10 months stay in Oklahoma. io wx s nest Christian hidv she was nbout dered nnd nn inviting luncheon servNo biller tears had bo to weep ,p8 vcars old. Tho rmnins were laid Rnnkin. will also reciiivi' a booklet valuable Eiihih Orndc-'Mn'J- gic The protracted meeting began nt iufornuition, telling nil .ibout thi Jin sins to be forgiven, but 'closed ed. 1.IU.V U'ilmnl. Knllie XI lie Withers. the Methodist church Wednesday in the ccmetprv nt Highlnnd. Ro-- c. of Brvntsvi!le, Dr. R. C. Second urndi Wnl Oordon Dad l.iducVh and bladder. When writing his peaceful eyes in sleep to opeu DAKOTA JACK THE . We extend our deenest svmpautv bought a combined mare of Mr. Ru- night. he sure and mention the Stunford i hem' In heaven. Mny the henveuly devar.'Hiibblefsheroii. Miss Lulu Hell Rout entertained .MONTANA COW BOY. soirowiug family ble, for MOO. olco from on high ever comfort the to tho ren,i vvickiv iiucnor oouumi. tie Prinuiry grndc J. T. Slieron. ut her home on last Saturday nighM Asks you tho puestion,- 'car you a Mr, F. M. Long bos old his farm yubir .fifty cent n.nd onA dollar j,u grief stricken parent to weep not, John M. Farm's many friends are n number or her friends in honor ot uiunT" or a pieco of a man? should -- ', ovs. him on winning in I nm tot Mr. T. J. Hutchison Price not congratulating bottle for sale at ;til tlrug father and mother for mi for EE LICK. to her brother, Jessie, from Oklahoma,' you see a wagon xrith a xvlie'el broken learqed. , the race for the. democratic pn-tJnlhVaVei. Waiting for thee. A number of games were played aifd down or some of Rio running gear . r, 111 . u. II.. II Ulne bells of Oreen Rriar do ;ou represent Onrmrd in the next legis-bituPUBLIC SALE! A I.OIlsin, oienn. imuuvi, in. all left nt a late hour, after a de- broken would you ask 'the questfon dnro rne to guess who th wedding bv 170 over his republican spent severn I will siji'ut public 'Auction at the Mrs. W. XI. Seott lightful evening. Those present were "Is thut a wagon!" Ths. answer John L. Dozier. hells will ring for! I believe I can lays with thejr son in Somcrsei. CROUP PROVES FATAL J. S. I'nrpeutiT place, three milch You know a little bird tells. Ray. nge 4 years died Messrs. Tom Pu'rdom, Ernest Ford, would come back "No that's 'u' piece Constance Dorp, jo the wife of E. V, 'Invlor .vest of Hustonville, on Walter Moser, Madison Snndidge, of n wagon." Why bhoajd not tho at the Masonic liomc in Louisville George Hubbard, James Hanson, Tliursdav, Hov. 16 1911 4 ninA )ound girl. fleorge Terry, tho bright little sauie apply to mankind, when man is CINCINNATI MARKETS. of scarlet fever. Tho remnins were Reynolds' has been very sick my pcrsoitul property consisting of J. M. Rishop. Millard Hubbard, Clifton son of Mrj, and Mrs. Kd. brou'dit to Lancaster and inlcred Saiulidge. Jessie Itout, D'clU'it. Mor-go- tho greatest pieco of BUtohinery tor orie pur of "work mules, on6 mule for the p'Ast few days. ehrth. If you are brokeiC'dnwn with Lee Terry, died ,ftt their homo on Tlii hand of in the cemetery. M'ws Tallin Si'ott nnd Jeff Owens coll, I two vcar old filly, two good jNrnl's Creek Monduy moniing after I.ueien Myers, Ermi! Dishon Cineinnnli Nov. 14. Cnttlo Refal'cn heavily upon the ,iud Thomas Rout, Misses Lel.'i Jones rbeumnliim, Stomach, Kidney, Wood bns were united In the holy bonds of harness marcs, 100 good ewes, !l milk ceipts .'1.15? brad: mniket slow nnd or nervous diseases, you are only u having i short nttnek' of croup, The littlp iimlriniony. cows, and calves, 4 young steers, J fellow was tuken ill Satuulay night weak. lOroM.V loner steers 3.50rtP mother of the little girl she family Myrtle Morgan. Maiguerite Rout, piece of a mail. A black smith will lost three members of her Taylor wax in Mt. Vernon yciiling heifers, 14 fat hogs, 14 Morris a 45 day and although everything possible 7- heifers .s2.50(n.".3.V cows fl.25 in less than n year. Knrlv in the Minell'e I'ruitt, Lucy Minor, Miss repair the wagon mid Key, John Elder has Kold his farm shoats, 'A brood sows, 1 binder, 1 was dope for him, he could not be (tril.tVi; calves dull nt Inst week's Miring her husband Mr. Luther Ray Roberts, Ada Profit. Ruth Myers, treatment of Parsley's Indian Hibs last; week to see his bebt girl, setter, cultivator nnd disc bar hiived. the family linvo the sympa- closing prices. $.'l(a8. Hogs Mnttio Rishop, Olgie Myers, Rcss will repair tho broken dov?u num. In tho sumtuberculosis!. row, 1 stalk cutter, 2 No. 40 Oli- thy of a widd circle of friends in 5.(147: market active, stead v died of for Purdom, Clevic Itout, Ethel Cone, People were put heio 'on earth t6 son was little Elbert Elder is able to be out ver plows, 1 farm wagon, 1 runabout their bereavement. wear out like machinery, not to die 'to stron" nt Saturday's nriccs; pack mer a drowned in n nond whi'o l.uln Rout. a vain. nud other things too numeious to Mil $fl(iiW..r0: stags .1(oV: ne;s and rillc little trtvolous diseases, i'urs-ley- 's hlnving bi the vnrd at his mother's W-- , A Owens U ulmut ready to mention. liehts $3(ii5.n5. Sheen Rprlnl's Indian Herbs have rtpuirecl LUTES BUYS FARM homo. The third death is Hint the fttrnyed, r stolen fiom Mr. :W: mniket steady .Ol.fiOfiM.I'i. Lost, move in his new duelling. Terms inndo known on day of sale hundred of broken Uov.ii ueu and daughter Cpnslanp. The third day of sale littlo "jniiN McHKATII, liustonville. Ky. Win. Shiiuks, farm on Lambs Market steady $3(P3.50. Women and will do the same fo- nd only remaning clrld nill nt u bwvn or blackish brown wcnnHiis 111 n .Vdu. God made- - nature s remedies. There is little danger from n cold s, Chaibs Lutco the reported oit'te the old son is mule bought fiom J. M. "1 to recommend or from nn attack of tho rtip except bcrln am pleased Remedy an theCham innru of Wavnesburg on dav of sale The Virginia Couit of Aieals ! nnensler hospital. Much svinpn-th- v stock trader has bought of Mrs. Parsley's, Indian Herbs are Nature s best in's Cough gut by pneumonia, and when foUowed is extended the sorely bereaved Ret tie Rush her farm in Roylo coun- own rejMdies juid yoa' eaa Bhn-gliremedy ami left u Mr. Skunks' rev burn has refused tp disturb the dentlrvcr-dic- t 1 kiiow ty. The tract contains 117 acres 45 days treatment for T.OO at this never happen when Chamber-liiiii- s' tiling conglix, of nnd .Rufestbronchial Snld nwire mu'e bad a calico or puts mother. ngniust Ilcnrv Clay Rcnttie, the coldn nnd USf1 Tms for und Tannctr's drug1 score and a CourIi fameily xijsi rieo'o fwi'", ng 'to rears mid the consideration iJ $82.50. Mr. Arnold calo string tied around her ncok. Retea-.tdhat rpn It great reputation trouble." writes Mrs. L.' II. ilstd it ward. Address Mr. J. M. RoynohU young wife murderir. Unless the ilied of blood poisoning nt her botre Lutes and family Mill go to North buttle of cow bov liniment free until Nov. 20th. Cremo soup. Ask Sbn-ua- rs and it js not belc 1,V ljs, mnnrla-- h of Deiivir. Co!. "Wo huvo and the and csfrns'vo nt Waynesburg, Mr. 'Willim. Shanks, governor interferes,, will die iu the at Hacklsv., Resides 'her husbnnd Carolina oroccupywinter plnce Keeno cake's it Tanner for about' enreft" ot coldii ahd grip 'and can repeatedly and it' hoa never failed nfter tho and-- 8 tkildreh ska leaves a father Ltites will Stanford, or X.' Y.t Z., JLocBo.x lieved he will, Beattie free, ulso Nature's remedy. be relied UBonith" iwwkiC'wfl-- : I electrio chair November 24. and mother, Mrv end, Mrs. 9eo.rRe January 1. Stanford, Ky. TOO HEAVY GREAT SHOW NEXT HUNTERS READY WINTER ARRIVES hcc-on- us Pos-hessi- iuc re-li- ear-loa- -- th fa-.m- lv ' vis-ite- ve fr few-day- s Lnn-caste- Ii 500-poun- f. i 1 ..-- ..,. I Gil-mo- , ,''""' "; " inin-isttr- id -2 ( I I Lex-iiiL-l- o. re-cr- el ) Iliug-bampt- - -- re nt 01-l- ic nr on ls Hex-hold- well-know- rs to '.WEMFj .- -" r ?r THE INTERIOR JOURNAL The "Old Lady on the Corner" went into her corner and alayctl The them when Mnfae Henry found he Established 1872 could not control tho lnte platform convention. He kept his promise to HELTON M. SAUFLEY,... Publisher "limp in the rear'' to the letter. Hut meanwhile the mighty host of demo, went on to plorinm triumph A YEAR STRICTLY IN ADVANCS crncy II What it might have done lind the party accepted hit leadership, we tor at the rotofflco at HUM arc not prepared to pay. Tho parlord aa second class mall. ty noted wisely and well. STANFORD. KNEW WHEN KENTUCKY. TO CROW I'oin-dexter TUESDAY. NOVEM-T- R If IjM. Interior Journal Rcr. POLITICAL ANNOUNCEMENTS. THATS THE RIGHT WAY. For Jailer. Senator George K. Chamberlain, Peyton Parrlsh his nf Drorrnn. ine nf the first mem- announce Lincoln j bora "f the National Democracy to onndidnoy for Jailer o Drimnries. fnr tirrsidr-ntin- l county, Subject to the notion of tlm favors the popular nomination of Democratic pnrty.. I tho next Democratic candidate for ! the presidency. So nolid is his con For County Jndqe. viction that the time is rio lor namT. A. Rice nnnounecs his candi- ing candidates by presidendacy for County JuJro of Lincoln tial national that ho expressed hope primary county, subject to the action of the that the democratic National Comdemocratic party. mittee will seriously consider the proposition when it meets in .lann-nr- y Tho editorial jingo of the Courier-Journto dctcrmino whnt city is to pet lias not yet found out there the democratic convention. was an election lat Tuesday, savs "I hope," sriid Senator Chamberthe Owciisboro The lain in an interview "the National Mcsscnccr. Mayfield Messenger snys that the Committee of the Democratic party, Democratic ticket won without n when it convenes in Januarys will particle of assistance from tho take up the question of nubmitting urnal, which is exactly the to n popular vote in each of tho truth. Of tho hip; dailies of the stnto states, the question of submitting to .the brunt of tho fisjht from demo- the party primary tho presidential cracy was borne by the Lexington preference. Herald nnd the Owoniboro Messeu- 'In mnnv of tho htntcs .this will I al Courier-Jo- to be done under recent statuIn others It can bo easily done with tho part machinery row in uo and in a few of tho states it may lie a little more difficult to device n system tor submitting tho question to tho Democratic voters. Hut, in every case, the National Committee nuclit to nttempt to devise n. sy'tem for hning this question submitted in evcrv ototc so that tho voters mny havo a direct vote in turning tho I candidate for president. "This course will probnbly be proposed to the Republican National (Campaign Committee when it meets in Washington next month, but it Coo without snyuur thai it will he defeated because tho Federal ma- chifio is opposed to jjlvinj: the people the opportunity tT Voice their preference." hac te. "BALL BAND" RUBBERS Every pair f famous "Ball Band" Rubbers and boots are made from highest grade materials; the quality is never cheapened in these goods to meet competition. This is why they have so many satisfied wear-er- s. We now have a large assortment of these goeds. Try4 a pair and you will not be Satisfied with anything else. . II rooster owned by John W. is entitled to tho palm no nn election forecaster in tho opinion of those who ought to know. Although ho hnd reached his 18th month, which is at least n mature nee for n thicken, this rooster had never been known to crow. This peculiarity was commented upon by Mr. nnd Mrs. Poindexter, who had reciter the con clusion Hint the bird's vocal organs were missinc. Whnt was thcicJuir prisn then, when on election day the hitherto voiceless roster gnvc voice to n crow of which nny chanticleer night be proud. About C o'clock in the nftcrnoon last Tuesday this supposed deaf and dumb rooster crowed for the first time in his life so far ns known and he kept it up until 9 o clock that JEST SO night. After the first few crows Mr Poindexter told his neighlioni that ClarI The nnimnl that there was no e wotting for nry reence K. Woods made of himself dur- turns ns McCrearv was surely elect how ho knew he ing the campaign just closed docs ed. Winn not look very well in hamcx. Ca- told them about tho rooster. The diz Record. rooster was right Frankfort News- Jouruul. The London Kcho says Hint if ' more Hill l'radlcy had made one PAINT LICK. lloyd co'inty peech nt Ashlnnd, would probably have gone for .). K. Colilirou lost n son by 700. It went for O'Kenr with lithcri:. by 41) when its normal republican The fuxer patients in and nround majority is about 1000. And tins Kcho is a staunch republic in pa bore nrc improving. M. F. Osborne sold his farm of per. about 100 neres to X. W. nogera nt .f S3 per .acre. The county board of election comMr. Hendry has sold the old VTnl-lnmissioners completed the official .Mill fnnn "C 189 ncrc to lirown count of Inst Tuesday's election in ins Ilros., price not known. most of tho 119 counties in the Joe McCormaek is building en ad arrcn county dition to his residence. rtatc. It disclosed Judge O'Renr for Gov wns carried by W. S. Fish nnd wife of Stanford crnor nnd closp finishes in several vihited his fnther W. C. Fish. other counties. The ItepuhlicniiK in nnd around hero look like they hnd let n bird slip. Miss Mndcl King has returned from a isit to Lexington. Mrs. Q. Ilicc nnd Mrs. Henry i Riddlebergcr visited relatives in ir Madison county. Mrs. B. M. Lear nnd dauchtcr will attend the fox hunt at Crnb We tell too bow. and nay bett tsarlet ericea. We are dealer: established Orchard this week. in ISM; andean do BBTTKB. for jroo Mr. John Terrill. Idaho Falls, Idaagents or conxmiaaion merinan ho is visiting friends nnd relatives chant, Reference! an v bank la Write for weekly price Uu here. M. SABEL & SONS A I u-ed rv re For pains In the ldo or chest dnmpen n piece of flannel with Chum berlnlnV Lfiniment nnd bind It n over the seat of pain. Hir m" nig better, for fnlc by nil dcnl ers. ft KEEP WARM e $ We Pay Highest m 0 Market Prices For TURKEYS us before you cell, get price country or delivered. in H. B. Northcott. T. K. Tudor. Mgr. PHONE 153. HENRY L. CASEY. D. V. S. o o o 0 o This is a feariuliy cold spell to begin the winter with. The "goose bone" and ground hog both say its going to be a cold Dr winter. You can keep warm by wearing Our Good Underwear o 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 That Silk Plush Veterinarian Urtlco LOGAN'3 STABLE, l'honM 432, Former Director Animal Industry Philippine Islands. Innrlan United Stutcs Armv Ex-Vet- er Agent American Hog unolora Serum. DANVILLE. KY. CONCRETING front and. laVact. we can make honae down to a feace pot I. W can tarrt yon promptly and inaranta oar prtoet work and material. (Jail and batora yon bay your material at Itaat. Waareln poaltlontodoallkloda o( eon lavnienii oratlDiv anoh at Illock Work.thing any 0 wear in the world. 0 & Wright's Wool Fleeced Very heavy, very warm, $1 0 In single pieces at .$1.50, or in ft the uoion at $3, is the warmo est, nicest, smoothest under- 0 0 O ft ft 0 ft MOHEVW. .J Yw -- PHILLIPS BROS., Stanford, Kentucky it flrat-cla- J. C. McClary loo-Irrill- e. ft drawers. A heavy, warm, cotton .ft feeced shirt and drawers at 50 'ft ft: cts. Union suits, $1, $1.50 $2 ft ft per garment. ft Cooper's ft ft Underwear $1 for shirts or ft SMt-3- liBiaiHiiin for collection. IW F W 1 JJ Marti! St. lOVIStlllE. Oatlara In FURS, hides, wool. t KT. and $3. PprlriflQ criUllb, MAYW00D NEWS CRAB ORCHARD, Come and ses them and keep .. KENTUCKY. ft ft ft ft J.L.Beazley&Co us AND EMUNDERTAKERS BALM ER8. ALSO OEAL-E- R IN FURNITURE, RUG8. THEY WILL EXCHANGE FURNITURE FOR ALL KINDS OF STOCK. GIVE THEM A CALL. PRICE RIGHT. MAT-TING- 8, CASH FOB ACCOUNTS AND NOTE comes easily and direct when you place them with We make collections nnd look after claims anywhere in the United States and Canada, and make no charge unless we collect. Hank rcferonce. Correspondence Invited. MAY'S COLLECTION AGENCY, Somerset, Kentucky. Mr. Robert Kellcy nnd wife of Danville, have been visiting the latter parents here the pnst week. Rev. Harold hns just closed n very successful mecline nt Snufley Loirun Stephenson went to London Monday to nttt-na Masonic banquet in honor of David Jaek-,01grand mnster of Kentucky. Everybody seems ready nnd anxious for the lTith to go hunting. Mr. Robert Wntkins of this place in spending a few weeks with his aistcr Mrs. I. A. Nelson in Okln-hon1 '.i warm. UNDERTAKER OHIO AND EMBALMER Horn STANFORD, Thona 17. KY fkon Ik. 9 0 H. J. MCKUUUKTS J KENTUCKY STANFORD, :: 0 g 0H5OOO 0OOS0 0O0O0O OO Sale to begin promptly at lO o'clock, offer for sale at my home one mile north of Crab Orchard on Lancaster pike, as follows: PUBLIC SALE NOV. 28th, 1911 Having decided to go to Arizona, I will on Tuesday, lion visited hii parents Thursday. John Fields hns returned home after .1 weeks' visit with the home-folk- s. Miss Lizzie R Coppnge, of Georgetown, is the nttrnctic guest of her sistor. Mis. Oeorgo Mnrtin. CHAPPELL GAP. There w ill be u pie Mippcr at Chap neli Oap selinn house Thursday the liltb Everybody is invited to come and bring n pie. Mr. R'lthold Jesswein fell from a tree and hurt his arm badly. Miss Violet Harris has a bad coush. Miss LUie Long was the guest of Miss Anna Crow Inst Monday even ing. Mildred Shrader was with her. Miss hmily Oentnn is coming back homo from Louisville Christmas to stay. Little Chnrloy Crow hns a bad cold, but is improving some. Mr. Otto Rcntz is working for Mr. Uua Aaron. PUBLIC SALE OF FARM. Registered Poland China hogs, stock etc. Thursday, November 16, 1911 at 10 o'clock a. m., having decided to quit farming I will on above date offer at public auction my farm of 104 acres 5 2 miles north of Dan-vill- o on cood j)ik.i t imlis cist of Hnrrodsburg and '.' inilits tram Hurgui Closo to crnded school and churches ; stores. In fine section of country Inys veil nnd n splendid body of laud nt least 05 ncrcs will grow first class tobacco. Plenty of shndo and everlasting wuter, ideal fur stock farm. No better neighborhood on earth. Improvements nil now wi'l of modem bungalow cottage of (J rooms, front nnd bnck porch, 11 no 15 foot cistern nt buck door, block barn 30x50 feet equipped with hay carrier, nil necessary outbuildings, cvurything is new, clean, convenient ind substantia). In fact one of tho best nnd most desirublo furms in Central Kentucky. Possession Jnn. :oij.-'IsI- b J. City. W. Stephenson of Lebanon June PROTECT YOUR HORSE Also yours-el- f -fr when driving this cold nCG. U. O. PAT. OFF. wenther. We arc headnunrtors for Horse blankets, lap robes and carriage heaters. And nil horsemen's supplies. J C. McCLARY, Stanford. Ky. THE BEST CAKE CAN FOR GET. THE TRY MONEY YOU THEM. W. H. Higgins. Stanford Ky. It cows with Jersey PATTI TT 2 Heifers milch20 calves. calves. 1 1 L.L 6 Wl and HORSES, MULES JACK and JENNET 3 young mares in foal by jack, 2 aged mares in jack 15 foal by jack, 2 mule colts, 1 hands high, black with white points and a good breeder; 1 jennet, will also sell the fine stallion Cromwell McDonald, Jr., 7 years old and a good breeder ot fine and handsome colts. He is sired by Cromwell McDonald, he by Rex McDonald, 833, dam by Glimmer by Washington. 4-year-old PLENTY OF LUMBER for nil purposes. So ON HAND ou wont Bring Your Prescriptions Here To Be Compounded When 1 if to your physician has pre scribed a medicine (or you to tale, the next Important step Is to have that prescription placed in the hands ol a thoroughly reliable nnd competent pharmacist so It will be compounded exactly as directed. Wo have gained nn enviable reputation (or always bclni' very careful and painstaking in our compounding nnd (eel that, lu all justice to your own good health, you should bring your next prescription here. Here, too, you will Hnd a complete and inviting display ot toilet articles, rubber goods, soaps, perfumes, toilet preparations and all standard remedies. For interior docorating we carry and recomaiaad ALABASTINE, tho beautiful wall coating. Call and see samples o( tints and ask us about It, PENNY'S DRUG STORE. build a house, u barn, hero, a chicken coop, i dog house or a foncc, como for tho materials. Wo havo all sorts and bizes in both rough and finished lumber and if wo cannot suit you in kind, quantity, ity and price, nobody can. qual- 50 HOGS, ALL SIZES I 50 FARM MACHINER- Y48 feet carrier sufficient to fill silos corn elews. 4 cultivators. 2 I sprim WMien, and Quite a let of f offer m farm of ISO acres without I merits and also inckutina $1,000 life two miles south east of Crab Orcha I manure spreader as nood as ne w. No. 3 Sharuless cream separator new 6 hnrse Haaln nasoline ennlne . I 10 Inch tornado cutting, box with I new 14x20 foot silo, which has nrvcr been put tooelher, 4 tiirnlnq planters. I mowing machine. I hay rake, I drain frill, 2 waoons armlna Implements, not mentioned, ? 00 barrels of corn etc.. I vJII a''o improvements and life time Interest c onsistlnq nf 40 acres with Improve-- r. Will also offer 268 acres of land insurance policy to secure purchase ra on Dlx River. J. A. ALLEN, . . . . . Stanford, Ky. . ..j FALL AND WINTER STYLES. TERMS MADE KNOWN ON DATE OF SALE Col. J. P. Chandler, lAuctkmtxr CRAB ORCHARD, KENTUCKY GUS GIESZLE, Prop. My new fall and winter samples re now ready for your Inspection. Ihej comprise the beat on tbo market 1st. eau ult anyone price bad Terms enBy. If you nro interest- bu cennea made as to order. who suit U A ed and will drop tio n enrd I will bo made to your mcasui is preferable glad to n'ect you at train day before, to ready made clothes. To nave tbeni sale nnd take caro of you over nifht mad tn measure doesn't coat any For further information address, mora than ready made when Quality and nt U considered. Coaie 1b and Georqe Clayton. )t uia take your measure. Batgiu, Ky. H. C. RUFLEY, TM PraedeaJ Tatlor J Stanford, Kontucky mi WmZL T1r- - -- fi" iiiiiiimibii I THE INTFWinW IIHtWAL. STANFORD KFMTUCKV TUESDAY. NOVEMBER 14, 1911 3 0 o m m I EXTRA SPECIAL - OFFERING I 75 ladies' new tailored suits Until TpnLtri&r serges, in blue and black, with The lot embraces fancy English Worsteds and coat collars, sailor collars, long roll collars and pointed back collars coat full satin lined, ail of the newest models. Material all pure wool. Sizes 12 years to 44 bust. Don't let this suit opportunity get by you. This special price in effect all-wo- - allow you to let we willsuit values up take your choice of these ifciprpffy to $1650 for only $ll 75 ol J & m cnnHMMa H H 75 WEDNESDAY O MORNING SEVERANCE &SON PERSONAL and SOCIAL A. White lint returned tn fur u few iIuvh. Mr. J. M. Long w seriously with heart trouble. Mrs Mnry Iiurch 8ent V.. 111 l.cv-ingtu- n CHOICE of SUITS KH diOiOioioiOLioiooicioioioiOifti&i&c SHORT LOCALS. John G. Lynn bomiht out ill.- - mrut slim) of 0. 1'. Huffman lust week. Fresh Oysters just received. Fields Bros., nt Jesso Lynn's old stand. Mid-Seaso- n I am paying highest piices for fresh eggs, chickens nnd nil kinus 3 Circuit court adjourned over this of country produce. Fields Bros., week until next Moudny ,and Judge Stnnford fit Jesse Lynn's old stand. Walker returned to his home, at Lan m Fermenting food causes gns, henvi eastei. The grand jury will not conSome of tho finest bargain s in pattern hats and ready trim-tie- d vene ngnin until that time. iiess nnd stomach misery, hats ever offered at this time of tho season. Come in stomach tnblcts will stop the disand see the stylish nnd up- hn(s we are offering at Let me overhaul your gasoline tress in five minntes. Largs box 50 m these unhenrd of prices. engine nnd avoid cold weather cents, Q. L. Penny guarantees them. D. Ballou. troubles this winter. $45.00 Hats now $30.00 $35.00 Hats new $22.50 1earc word ut the I. J. office. Rev. J. T. Chnstccn said the $25.00 Hats now $15.00 $20.00 Hats now $13.50 words Inst week which united in the $15.00 Hats now $8.50. For Sale. A valuable building holy bonds of matrimony Hornce lot on Danville avenue. Mis. Char-lott- o Lay nnd Miss Ruthie Green. They m 90-3Warren. are a popular young couple of Nenl's Creek. DANVILLE, KENTUCKY. 223 MAIN STREET. I will sell my home on East Main See me street on very easy terms. Lost. A palo red cow weighing if yon arc looking for a good horn between 850 nnd 900 pounds. Had priced right. II. C. Bnughmau. " smnll bell on; slit in left car nnd J & V. C. brand on left hip. Plcnse reFOR SALE PRIVATELY! turn to Owsley MeWhorter, Kidd'u 89-tMy place I now live on containing store, Ky. 20 acres house with four rooms and Hon. W. J. Price. Hon. John W. out buildings, spring close to house. Itnwlings nnd Hon. Robert Harding A bnrgniu if sold in 30 dnys.G miles for Liberty, south of Stanford in Jumbo. K. J. left this afternoon engaged in the where they will bo Young, Stanford, Ky., It. F. D No. trial of Walter Carson on the charge We have just replenished our line of ladies', misses' : 3. of killing Edward Cochran some and children months ngo. Danville Advocate. K. C flninn-.- ' annual Don't fort-e- l com at Lancaster next MonPresident W. V. Richardson, of day. He gives $25 in premiums. the Eighth District League, has called a meeting of that body to be For Snlc. 10 good shonts weigh held in Frankfort on December 12, about 125 pounds. A. C. Zurbrugg, tho date of the inauguration, of Gov p Box 12 It. D. 3 Stanford, Ky. McCreary, which all of the press bovs will want to attend anyway. II. F. Horton of the Wnynesburg IVnrl, the little Also just received a lot of new sweaters, aviatien section has been confined to his bed dnughter of Mr. and Mrs. N. II. for ribout two weeks with blood '& caps, toques, facinators, blankets, comforts, etc Plummer, of the Cedar Creek sec' tion, died Inst Saturday at their INSPECT and COMPARE PRICES J Don't forget It. L. Porter's snlc home of bowel trouble and was laid We handle only goods of quality and guarantee prices Sec to rest in the family burying ground on Tuesday, Xo ember 21ft. ifter services ut the grave by Mr. bis advertisement in another column. J. C. McCIarv. The family have the 90-- 2 Whit t orders his I. J chang sympathy of many friends in their Louis 0"-- . ed from Stroud. OUa.. to Coyle, Oklu., to which placo ho and his blackMr. Moore, tho family nre moving. smith nt Turnersvillc, died at his . fi-P && ? & fi w Qimp limn. Siiruliiv nml was buried arm or Ohio CTtt or Toixdo. If Monday with services Ll'CA. OOBKTT. " . at M(!Kmnev t nukH oaUi that h la irnlof nt bis home by Mr. J. C. McClnry. Frank J. Co. doing cvtnrr ol the arm olor r. J. cmm buslnfM a tb. Cltf Tolndo. Oouotjr and SUM Mr. Moore was GO years of ago had tormid. aim that aald arm will par tb. aum ol DOLLARS lot nth and .very a wide circle of friends who mourn ONE HUNDRED raaa ol Caraiia that cannot be cured tr th tas ot hat ho is no more. UiLL'a CiTAum Cms. $$$ 1O10BO1S Great $ $$ ll&l$H$l$IO "MAKES LIFE'S WALK EASY il! Sat-urd- FINE MILLINERY Sale f It Is easy to convince yourself that the "CROSSETT" Is far the best made at any price. We are showing abeut thirty styles In all leathers. Patent. Tan. Gun Metal, Velvet. Vlcl Kid In Lace and Button In the new high toe. Come In and act a pair while we have your size. Lcxincton. It. Kubnnks went over to Latoniu Saturday to eco T. M. Green Mart. Mr. ami MrH. C. Hays Foster nre at 1'incvillo visiting her parentn. Wilkinson hpent Minn Gertrude Saturday and Sunday with her cousins in Lancaster. d Mrs. W. T. Davis, o! Pineville, her brother lienors. W. I. nnd J. M. MeCarty here last week. Attorneys John W. Brown and C. C. Williams of Jit. Vernon were here Saturday on legal business. Mrs. Elizabeth Dillion is visiting Mrs. X. Miller nt Lancaster thii Muck vix-ite- Mi-o-- 9 0 0 SAUINULKS s t &&&&& SAM ROBINSON Stanford, Ky What Is Wrong With .. Casey's Feet He failed to buy his shoes from Cummins & Wearen We can fit you and give you the worth of your money every time you buy. Hanan," Our Special" and "Eclipse" shoes for street dressPrice $2.50 to $5.50. It will do you good to take a look at that "Good-yeWelt" in p a high-tothat will split the mud; wear like iron and keep your feet dry. Price from $2.50 to $7. Drop in and let us show you how to make any shoe turn water. ar y - .j Cuiros & Wearei) i-- Stanford, Ky. (Vab Urcltanl attending the fox hunters' meeting thir. week. Mr. nnd Mrs. J. II. Haugkman leave Thursday for Atlnntu, where Mr. Kniighmuu will ngnin handle mules tins winter. Mr. and Mrs. II. II. Hutchcson, of Ovrcnton, have been the guests of Mr. nnd Mrs. M. Ii. Salin for several dnys. L. Wenren Hughes came homo Sunday from Memphis to make a short vu.it to his mother, Mr. Julia Hughes. Kverott CStone, of Louisville, U making a visit to his parents, Mr. lie nunc and Mrs. Leo Stone. home to do some hunting. C. It. Coleman emtio up from Hell county Saturday and went over to Lexington to see- his sons play football in tho game against Lexington High School. J. N. Saunders, K. C. Oannnn. Dr. M. M. Phillips mid Logan Stephen-to- n went up to Loudon Monday to attend a big Masonic banquet thiit night in honor of David Jackson, State Grand Master. Miss Loretta Frith, tho 1. J.'s valued correspondent, is tho attractive guest of Miss Lottie Carson. Miss Nunoy Veneer cama home from Science Hill Seminary to spend several days with her mother, Mrs. Susan Ycuger. Mr. and Mrs. It. S. llcndrcn, and children, of Harris Stnation, near liichmond, were the guests of Mrs. Hendren's father, K. W. Fowle, this week. Mr. llcndrcn was hero buying cattlo court day. Mrs. Susnn Yeugcr und Miss Nancy Ycnger vent" up to Crnh Orchard Tuesday morning to attend tho fox hunter's meeting. It. S. Scudder and handsome littlo son of McKinney went over to Richmond Tuesday to visit Mr. Scudder's father. Mr... Scudder drove them over from McKinney. 0. I NowlandJVnnie all tho way to his old home near CrnU'jOrcbaiit to vole for MeCieary and tho straight ticket. That's tliu kind of democrat who is worth something to tho party. Mrs. Sara Sampson, and daughter Miss Margaret, of HarroiUburg. arc the guests of thel former's bister, Mrs T. 1). Newland. who Iiob been quite ill for several weeks, butjs somo-whimproved her many friends will be glad to know, 'Judge John N. Menofec, Jr., returned homo Monday night from a several weeks' stay in Tcias where he has been looking over tho field with a view to Joculing. He says thut he may decide to remain in Kentucky, but if h,o doea decide, to 'go west again it will bo old Mexico where ho believes tho best opportunities are to be found. nt cek. Ed. White u prominent farmer of Cedar Creek, section has been quite ill with typhoid fever for some time. Congressman Harvey Ilclm is ni w p. I New Goods 89-2- p. t 80-2- I Underwear and Hosiery ; four-ycrfr-o- ld $ q well-kno- Hughes, Martin & Co. Ky. Stanford, a Chk-x- TOANK J. CHENEY. prrarace. Bwon to be tor mo aad ubarnbol la IIW. Oar ol Otormbrr. A. A. W. OLEASOV. I Notajit rcauc 1 ( HaU'i Catarrh Cura Ii Ukra tokmaltr aod art dlrrctly upoa th blood and muraaa aurlana ol too yatem. Scod lor tMtUnonUU. free. r. J. C1IKNKV CO, Toledo, Sold ky all Dractnta. ;bc Taa UaU'a Family 111M tor coutlaaUoo. tt (la ' i 1. ar " FOR SALE PRIVATELY. cided to sell privately my property nt Buckeye consisting of ono two story seven room dwelling, 4 acres of land, good tobacco and stock barn well, cistern, store house all neces- Having purchased a farm have de- a EAT BREAD and rye sary out buildings one of tho best tt.nnds for store in Garrard. If not 80-4- t. sold by December 1, I will rent. Also 70 acres of good hemp or only the tobacco land 2 2 W. S. Fish represents below miles s, best and strongest insurance Uuckeyo on piko will sell in 2 tracts Let him keep you protected. or as a whole, well watered and fenced. Near Gunns Chapel. Richard I. Burton, Wo arc prepared to install hot 0 Buckeye. Ky. water and hot air heating, plumbing 81-t- f. one, Conn Uros., Lancaster, Fresh bread at oysters, fruits C. L. Cover's 1-com-oanle85-1- The Ladies' Aid Sociuty of tho Christian church will meet with Mrs. J. 15. Foster Saturday afternoon at 2 o'clock. All arc urged lobo Will Lillard bought hero court day 15 750 pound qattlo from J. M. f'rnijr at 4 cents nnd 11 850 pound 3-- Quail Are Fine This Fall And if yea want iced bread arder Bauqhman's Ne. I Fancy Patent He will Flour from yeur arecer. charge yeu esly 75 cents for a 25 POUND SACK and yeur family can live a whole week or Isnqer en It. See hew little it cest to live if you will EAT BREAD made of Bauqhman's flour. YOU CANT BEAT IT. Every sack puaranteed te be STRICTLY FIRST CLASS. On sale in every nrocery store in Stanford, and the malorlty of the stores in the county. J. H. BAUGHMAN & CO. Stanford, Ky. But to get them you have- to gef. your ammunition from Coffey & Coleman. Don't forget that wo carftedfrs from Emmctt Burton, of at 3 4 cents. ry the very best lino of shells to bo had and want to supply nil of our Walter Hfatt bought a nice 130 hunting friends. pound boar from C. C. Withers Inst Meek, for which ho paid $15. Mr, Nearly everybody knows that our IF YOU WANT A SUIT OF C L0THES WITHOUT AN E1UAL Withers advertised his hogs in tho gioccries caunot bo excelled any. I. J., nnd is getting good results. THAT INSURES THE WEARER, FIT. COMFORT AND DURABILITY. whero for freshness and price. If There is a great difference in life want you. Wo givo prompt delivery A TRIAL WILL CONVINCE YOU. WE MAKE THE PRICE AND SELL Insurance policies. Mutual Benefit and polite service. Try u. Cof- THE GOODS. Policies are superior. I can show fey & Colemnn. COFFEY A COLEMAN, you. Why net buy the best? R." M. Grab Prompt Delivery. Newland Agtiit Phn ItC . . Pu-l.T-- ki FIT, COMFORT & mM IT KeMtacky. L. L. SANDERS Orchard. tFORCED SALE to RAISE MONEY 0&t tf W &&& &&& THE IHTCmtH JOilMI At. STANFORD KENTUCKY TUEWAY, NOVEIHEW 14. Ijlj $ && $& H " HI ft HI To Save Us From Financial Ruin gHSSfcooav 8 l-3c Ins, shoes hats. caps, pants, overcoats, raincoats, of all kinds, ladies' and gents' furnishing goods, dry Goods, anything to be found in any city mustgo 3c Men's Handkerchiefs quality lOc and 12 Handkerchiefs at 5c l-2c SATURDAY, NOV.5 days th at 9 o'clock and continuing for 11 1 up-to-da- 8c Ladies' Handkerchiefs 10c and 12 1 2c quality Sc quality at 3c Jit Owing to the backward seasons and disastrous weather conditions we find ourselves overstocked, our bills are due, "Cash is King, stock of goods into ready cash. The unexpected comes and CASH we must have We have to convert this large, new and te EVERYTHING NEW AND THIS SEASON'S LATEST CREATIONS Hats Shoes WAIT FOR THIS BIG Clothing orajrciwM.1 JOHN B. STETSON $16.98 LADIES' COAT SWEATERS Mens' overcoats well worth 17.50 Pure Wool Lonq and Short $11.98 $3.50 and $4 quality now . . . $2.68 and $20. Sale price Overcoats for men and hoys, $2.50 and $3 quality now ..$1.98 worth $12.50 and $15 now ..$8.98 MENS' AND LADIES' And a lot of all sies, well worth Woven Underwear MENS' ALL WOOL SUITS De&l make, worth $25 ""''-J- : " .$10.98 Sale price Men's pure wool mhIn easily worth $20 and $22,511. price.. S'JB Men's aI wool suits in Uluc, Serge, Tan, Gray, Hlack and fanry mixed worsted or Cashmere, easily wortth $15 and $18 Sale price $1 1.48 Mtns' nil wool suits, worth $7.50 $3.98 sale price $10 and MENS' PURE WOOL coats, Overcoats and rain-proworth $22.50 and $25, must uo Hat; sale price .v .:t.50 and $4 hats at Fur, All kinds of Hats. $5 $358 $298 Velour. Scratch and Derbies now ....$1.48 well worth 2, .' nnd $4. Coat Sweaters PURE WOOL Mens' $2.50 nnd $3 coat sweater $1.98 at $1.50 and $2 coat sweaters sale price vt 39c 75c and $1 sweatetrs now The stock Is now beinq remarked. we will cut and slash these qoods to meet the demands ot our "creditors 'to save our qeod name. We are marklnq these qoods at prices that will be the talk of Stanford for years to come, as we have LED always In MERCHANDISE and PRICES. We have waited the last minute for this hia sale. WE NEED THE MONEY and vou are bound to have the qoods.. Think once, and vou will buy. Why not load up heavy now, when vou have us at your feet. No attention will he paid to what thesr qoods actually cost, but gLE -2 -3 0 Of all kinds, hiqh and low top, pat-en- e leather, qun metal, vlcl kid and GUM COATS AND SLICKERS f.1.50 Full Itrand .. $2.79 f2.(.() Slicker at 1.98 Lightweight Hum Coat $.'1.50 3.98 A Nice Llqhtwelqht Dress Coat .... $1.00 here will go as far as $5.00 elsewhere cents per yard, now 8 this sale. Outinqs worth 10 and 12 cents per yard. Percales, 15 cent quality at 10 cents, dark Simpson Calicoes at 4 American and and liqht. cents. Pure woolen flannels, worth 25 and 35c at 19 cents, at 8 Flannelettes, worth 10 and 12 All kinds of dry floods included in -2 -2 -3 at SHIRTS Dress and Flannel J2.50 Shirts ut ,....$1.98 2 Shirts nt 1.48 $G hiiw $4.48 M0 Shirtu nt 1.19 ?" now 1 Shirt $3.98 nt 79c 14-$3.48 oOc nnd 75e Shuts at 39c Mens' Fine Dress Shoes of the finest LADIES' BEARSKIN FUR AND Make of Styes. COATS $3.68 515 font f4.50 shoes at .....$8.48 S 1 Shoes no $3.48 Mines' Fur Coal, worth 112.50 nnd 10, at :t.00 shoes at $2.98 $698 enamel. Mens' Hiqh Top Shoes 10 .' ho..g at ....-...- : 2.50 shoe at .2 shoes at $2.39 $1.58 $1.48 Children's Bearskin Coats Worth $4; sali piiee $1.78 $10 at $3-9- 8 The Home ity and style of Qual- Boys' Knee Suits In blouse pants, worsted and cash meres, nil colors. New York's latest styles worth $12 and $15 sale $7.98 price Suits ivottli $7.50 iS and $10: m'e $5.48 Boys' suits worth $1, $5, and Sfl.50 $2 OS now 'And a lot in some broken sires that sell at $?, $1, $5 and $0 miM In the now effect, mndc with full $1.48 pe go at tanned belt loups, silk fetrais $4 , now Pants worth G, 7, and $8 sale 77c price ,. $4.92 $t caps now 42c Pants worth 4 and $5; sale price 50o and 75c caps now prif-- 79c Quality, the garment 39c 50c quality now 19c 25e quality now UNION SUITS 89c $1.50 quality now LEGGINGS 50C 75c and $1 quality 39C 50 quality now FINE LOT CORDUROY COATS now $2.48 of imported neckwear, ties worth Pants worth $3 nnd $3.50. of the best nuikia; .iug'. and Nor- CORDUROY PANTS. 50c. 75n and $1 must 20 at . ..39c Worth 3.50 nnd f5 sale price $2.93 folk styles Ties worth 25c and 50c, sale :i; sale Pants worth. fJ.'.O and C price ' . ...$2.93 price on these . .$1.98 SOme at $1- -0 Other Corduroy oonts Odd Worsted Coats JEANS fAMIS ,.S4c Worth f 15, if i and f 3 Mile price $1.98 $1.25 pants . REMEMBER THE DATE SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 1 1th Lasting 1 5 DAys Only Sox I 30c ninilitv must sro Men's and Young Men's Odd, Pants 2,"c niwlitv must go l"ie jnality now 10c finality now at at ..... SWORD SAM ROBINSON Kentucky Hxt 0OOO0O oooooi 0e0oeaJOcje0oos0oG Caps I9C Y"'mO : Lincoln National Sank! Woolen and Cotton Blankets LADIES FINE DRESS SHOES ."i Illuukft nt $3.78 In vcvet, tans, patent leathers, qun M Hlnnkots 2.98 nt metal, vici kid. f.'l.30 ItlanketH nt 2.4B $2.98 IU.50 shoes now 1..'i0 lllnnkct nt 1.19 :! ohnes at $2.48 U Ulankcts nt 79c $2.50 shoes nt $1.98 1.48 J2 shoes at COMFORTS 1.50 shoes at $1.19 i'2 fomriirtrt at $1.48 1.29 tJaiters 50 cent (pinlitr now . . 39c 1.75 Comforts at (liiiters. 25 cent duality How ...19c 98c Comforts at Woven Seek and Stockinqs SUIT CASES 19c .rotth Sir nnd HO? now Leatlur and Compressed Paner $0.50 Suit Ciwcs nt $4.98 SUSPENDERS ..".39c 3.98 39c f3 Suit Own nt ' C 50e nuahty now 1.48 19c ?2 Suit Ciincs nt now .. i5cnndiiahty ounlity .. lie 1.) D8c EC ( 1.50 Suit Cases at 10c at . . 1 Suit Cni-e- s 79c at RUBBERS BLEACHED COTTON of all kinds. Rubber hoots. Felt and 10c pmlity Alra-"ii- r, boots of all kinds. Liqht wclqht 12 Hope mid K(m1 l'u rubber sandals. Rubber arctics and liriuid, s now per yard. . . 8 and rubber shoes. Heavy dull finish, rolled sole rubber. ,U GINGHAM All at cost price. We must. sell Hel t;rnde or DrtM Uun;l,.iiii these now. . .8c 3o Anythinq in the rubber line. yard 3i .tOj V.flk, I3tviuulitv . p-- r . 8 fOOOOOOO OOO 1 tli-.( OOO OO0OOSJOOOOOO roooouoooooo&o & &&&& a : THE FARMERS I COME TO LOUISVILLE AT . 0 OUR EXPENSE 1 f 88-hhoats. J. S. Turpin. We hav a buyer for a farm oX about 100 nerea well improved and on pike. If vou h.ive nnvlb'iiz neur fare. ! thi. lir It with us. Hushes SPECIAL NOTICE TO CHARGE CUSTOMERS: Refund 02tf Carty. Stanford. made only In cash, and at time of purchase. Refund cannot For Sale. 25 two year old mules be credited at the time of settlement ef account. 88-t- f James Mcsyor. For Sale. A nice little fnnn, ron- histins of 10 acres. William Porter. Luther lhirbank. th? nattrraht. luui announced, that ho hns produced a, blackberry hush that ha no 0lors Durbank. said lie hud orwked ten By etr liberal rebate pUw1 above 'or oufiwJiH orfer department. years "in an effort to remove the thorns. . Yew orders wlH be fjltaMusUs eatlsfactorifv ynWm as if W. B. Uurton bought a pair of 5 yoti were sheeelfm lR.ifrif lvV j,)tK..iit'. i o yonr-ol- d jnare mules from Gentry Our heMiay Mi1brmm eteektare new eemelete, shewiMi anil Thompson of Iexinpton fpr $516 the treattst variety fe the Meterv ef Ws etere n.aM .attractthe samq Iheaster trader boitjlit a ive new novelties awt.sjafidarj ariiefes ferejfts-fe- r every ec- eppbined horse from For rest Stapp of Northeast Qnrrard, 61 deeartments ef this Vtere cover's Jch'avarteiy that all yew for $225, and a 5vearold barnesH horse for 200. Mr. Burton tafcelv Christmas and holiday seefitaieM to dene,ier;e. hipped his recent piirehaKes to the WRITE TODAY FOR ANYTHING, YOH Jf AY NEED. Wilson TJve Stock' Company at Wilson North .Qarplinn, Uiero- - beinjr in horses and 12 mylcs" in thp consisn-meu- t, "the horse eostini; an nveniff of il75 rcr head, nnd the mules i'JOO per hend. There were about 1.000 rut.tle on tho market here Monday, nnd notwithstanding the hitter; cold weather of the year, K ..! m for this time of huvers on them was hand ih! i liiir orowd u. ' r .' INCORPORATED. tradini; was nrettv general. Most of the rattle sold ai from 3 3.4 to 41-- 2 cents, and were plotly lights weighing nb6ut 750 pounds or less, 1 Orutc'her & Troutmnn, the Nioho-lasvill- .e O ts;c-?i-i Cft-ar buyers, picked vr rsTiTr: . A twnlf bunch of tur prii-e- ground fotur ceijts, up 72, at ' Filray. i. and kirF'HriME FOR SALE out keys, ,)iave been at. myrhoue at John iil.o of Jqnam!ne. got a. numwth A...wtt4 ber. Selby & Nunnclfey oldl2U Fiiater's farm. Owner cap, jret buildiupi an4 two acres ot laud. Mary T. Jonea, LeVaawi, by payintc for .his notice iiiil liiiir hend to the out of town buyers nt Apply t figures rnpiite frpm 3 8 to 4 4 Salrtt Dkis'. kee(i 3t Mirwr oettjy xy. Purchase a round trip ticket from your home to Louisville when you have completed your shopping in this store, take year return ticket and your sales checks, which are qfven vou with each purchase to the credit desk (South end of buildinq) first floor. 5 per cent will be refunded on the .total amount of & veur eurefcases. up te the amount of your round trip railroad IS Hojrs are ten rents higher on the Chiensro market. S T. Harris bouttht of Kev. Jo-- -. Ilnlloit this week fieven extra 1,215 pound enttle nt 5 cents and a premium. For Sule. Nice, vounsr Jersey row also a couplo of brood sows nnd S Do Your Holiday and Christmas Shoig Early j Uhe Stewart Dry Sbods Company " ccntf. J. M. Hohvrts, of 1'iilnnki, 'nnd kitelivn furniture, ! Wednesday. Nov. 22nd 1911 CASH PRIZES FOR CORN about ..i, nnd Arthur 1 ill I'ptriniiintr at Imlf tuiHt !' i.'cl.wl- - I TERMS ash in hai.d. Ihim'iI ot about a doen. Button fc.i R. L. Porter. "f ,To Be Given Farnters By State Bank Latham .and Boone llroyles and R. 1'. D. So. 2 IiucaHtcr, Ky. Mat Craig of ItockcuHtfc, were also a iiusi company. Richard Cobb, Trimbif, of Whitley here buying, PUBLIC SALE1 Ky. Danville county ttnd Jone it Coiiinduv. nt The Slate Bank & Tnlst ComOf 35 registered Sliorthoni eattlo Col. T. D. English, Auct, Lincoln, disposed of about a enr-lopany will give premiums as follow ami Double Standard Polled Durheach. J. M. Roberts soli! about am-, to be held at Thiiimond & Cole For Sale. My home on Miller to the farmers of Lincoln county: 150 sheep to E. T. nnd to manV Stock Yards, Bent seed corn (white) $7.5(1; also Danville, Ky., Street. Fred Eichenberger. .lono & Cress. to the fanner exhibiting 2nd best I C. V. Arnold bought 2.'( hogs from samples of white corn $2.50, nnd to Sam Cusiello lat week at 5 cents snm-pi- e I the farmer exhibiting tho best WIW He will ship them to Ci:iini.utL Mr. of yellow corn .$2.50. Ilrin-- j in -Arnold old a yearling Jeroey heifir H . your samples to tho bank nnd put to Carroll Shanks for $10 iimf oiip on exhibition between now nnd the to J. It. Freeman, of the Dix river 18th on which date all entries will ilgure. He uIko section ul the same tlose. The premium will be awarded sold two calves to Jim Woods for by an expert on thu 25th of Nov. A"2ti four yearling to Bruwncr, of 1011. Come In and make your enNicholu-ivillut $20 a heud and ono tries. Yours to sere ,1. H. ltnughmn.il, ut the nu'nio price to ,I?TATE BANK & TRUST CO.. ")ld n heifer to John Mr. Arnold For the people, of the people, by the Lymi nt 3 2 vents and,$l premium. people. Faulkner Kennedy, sold this week to Will Klmore 10 nice earliugj at Chnmberlnln's Stomach nnd Liver 17.4(1 it hcaiL. Tablets do not slcjken or xripc, and may be tnken wilh perfect surely PUILIC SALE! 1 will bv the ni'ist dclfrato women ot thu ll at publici uui;tlon on youngest child. This old and feeble Tuesday, Mevember 21. 1911 will nUo find them a mod hiiitable I'tquning attl(( a. m., nt my place nnd strengiheuiu' three miles from Stanford on tho leu oily rtieir wenkened digestion mid for reLniiciister pike, the, following propft JMaHXI gulating (lie bowels. For sale hj nil erty. 7 dealers. 2 good short horn milk 2fd ft Kood Jiojs, 75 barels of corn. 150 shockK of fodder, i horse wm'on, t ( SJ & & Warmth U wemUal to comhon;e terming uiiplenicnts. IioiiMho!( ?L( V POSTED ft As you grow older, it-- l Mild KiuXSK,1 -- nd I't-nc- e IF WWt -' 1 'Mi TORJ e, Essential to Comfort ;iirECTioi r iTivl hardly leas essential to health. fort f -- a & Xouisvilhj &s JCtntucky o wm ...3 titt s Qib-ku- .x ros. 5, ae U. Thin Prtecrlptlori. will cOel and heal the tMn elaa Itchy. turalB ran. net a regular bottlt aad aaa ea our.Bo-i- y If yon ,ard w(frlBC from Ecaarao. kind or Porlal drop any other uto.'o ot Un IntQ our tnr troublr, relief. We will cuarante you loBto to A top that itch In two. proira U, 6e trial bottla.vilt for We hare aold othar MmedU Dona kin troutilaa, buthlnrhly that, we could than the well r.rtimm.nil'lnore known compound of ,OU of.. Wlntar- other. urtn Tnynica asd.a. fa w .aueh lor Krtdie,r'i hat have wroujcl country. woa tterful cure all over the . TX D. roB)M)Uli(I..1iB0W-aa- v Get a Perfectioa SeaokeUe OS Heater, end yen keep warm aad coav tollable in your home, no matter wkat the weather wkkeut. .. .J nj . T ne renCBpa pvea ainroBf, wtaeapreaa mk,jmi ejrw K Quickly.,, k lalwayi. ready for uead UmMae hounwia aiaflki .- ii. Mllat aocaore.koubkkHaa.a luap. kcaabe carried aajrwaare; no anoke, ador or dirt m pipct, ae wkat, aa 8; .c8r. !. TlaV yao Perfecaaa, u iniihej ia aisW Una aaiiil at alaia Meal Hiaiaaapt aaM aa omiaaaiiL ytf aanag aaaaumwa aa caa be aiade. laate naaaHer. prafeata aatoajae, malj clewed. AwoaMttc-foctta- f DakiiMnUil kvfieleaareaaKralaW Ai-r- i akaal Standard' (XI Company ,.. ilmaaaaraiia) v JO- - 3-- ePMiears a lanweri ofaHMHis. Herman Dirkolz. C. St. Allen. J, D. Manning lleicbenbneh Ilros. N. II. I'luramer, Fred Von Alliiutn Jacob Onuder Mattie II. lie wis. S. (. liniiglimaii W. P. Belden Fred VonAllmnti. lohti Hcrzog, J. M. flooch Win. nnd John Huffman. 1. I'. Nuniieljpy,, J. r. Uovit. William Conlier. J. It. ifyers. J. . IUuglmiuu. Mrs. I'.etlie Spoonomoro. O. W. Koger, John M. Carter. Notice. No one allowed to bunt on my farm. Foi Dudderar. 1 - 0. W. Ifasty C. T. Willson, j. 0. tJooch. t. oo$ M 4 t twwws