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KENTUCKY, rltUUY, NOVr.MIII'll.17, It'll EVERY TUESDAY JUDGE SAUFLEY'S PORTRAIT Received HENRY AND FIllbAY FOX HUNTERS' MEETING AT GAY CHAD ORCHARD. nlNnjreil stake vnn unndwiohcd in GOOD 1 COLORED SHELBY FOR HELM. HOT FIGHT OVER National Association 1$ Holtllnn I 20lli Annual Session Crowd anil A Bla a Bin Time. I , The iciill lilt been tlml "tin 1'a.rhy till" enr Iiiim ilrnjrvcd ' up mer Hire or four day mul liuntiiux will hint' I" he some i i Frtilnv lo fmioh it. At aim tii'.i'.i: Tliur.iln vvh ihii'i'liil to Hit iili gnl sltikc, whieh was mn with a large field iif entrieai. There tin some uplendid ohl dine on lminl will I ruined for their work and tin event promises i ii II V lo he the feu iiiituithetMndinK I iiro of the meeting. MIDDLEBURG. lli" inl ri- -l whieh the hunter tnu-.i- ll litllli ll Jo the nlntwilKT their Sum .loncs has opened a barber tmppii make in the Derby. shop nt Yospmilp. Main-ln- v The Deibv wns started early biMtici-- s Crab Orrlimil, Ky. Nov. 10. The Fox Hunters iiro having Tim nnuil. snort lirro tills xveek. twentieth iinniitil scsinii of the rnx Hunters' AHsocintiun w lot- in Hessian here, with 200 dogs, f fine, horsos, while the men nnit women lire crowding the Soring Hotel In the limit. Hl "IV mid .Mn" Willis lire proving themselves nuiplv nblo to tnke cure of nil who iiune. iiuil everyone is hmil in prnje the trcntment they are receivi ing. The Fox Hunters arc all delighted Hint Crab Orehnnl Spriti)! bus been Hindi- - the leniinnent for the nununl ineel In nilihtinn to the snort of hunting foxes there is n great ileiil of socicl liere, mul dnnei-H- . rnnl games anil ol her functions occupy imieli of the town of the gn young crowd This is cerHint is in attendance. tainly iplie of the most Micert"ifiil meets ever hold. the Sofnr the tangible results of 1ms There ihiihi- - have been small. Ikpii lil t lo troulile in starting elusive Kcvimid Iron. hi hiding phiccs hut the xa.iiug ilngs lime leii vuvtl) tiioie inclined to L"l n nihlilt hunting iliiin thev lme to ntlnnl strictly . Nnt-ioiihcud-ipimlc1 i'd Hint Ihe older mid more And Democrats Are Out And Out For need ilia: will allow the fiiHcinaliou A Primary. for rabbits to awcrvo Ihcm from the W. P. Klncaid Bcqlns Buylnq Here utr.iicht i.uitrso of duty. Ho i in- - splendid nmmiils weru on cx- (Shelby Nowb) And Hlqhest Price Paid So Inbitmn ut thu benuli mid thu very The Interior Jouniaf is hndlv off hmiUioiuu nihcr Iomiir cups offered Cents. F.ir Is II predicting Judge Ilnlph Clilln rt us n by the Assoeiatum us lioiihies were probable entry in thn race for the eauerly eouli'sti'il for. Sam Wool- ilrnlue, ut crsailh'H, onu of (he most Congress W. I'. Kiuenid, the local tobacco Democratic nomination for I'Vpoit men mi hoiimls in thu country, imxt jenr. Judcc (lilbert is -- crvitm mini, besnii buying tobacco Ibis week wih chosen as judge mid his deins first term us County Jude mid cisions, nine Mitisfaulioii to eery-boil- and linn nlready begun receiving it vtli stick lo the office to which laTim ladies all came from the nt his laruc warehouse on the wns elected lie will he a cnudidnlc Springs lo see thu show, while it pounds He bought (1,000 big crowd wns present from town. a M'cond term, but under no of .lames .V. Cash this week at tic for il In thi! claws General lingwould ho colisidei enterHe not ciu'ht thousand pounds from er William, who has u splendid ing the nice for Congress at this pai i, took first pruc on hm dog. Withers mid Scars at nine cent. lime. with Sti.'U- - Walker, of J'aiut Lick, From John Speais, of neni Huston-illPeople iu this end of the ihstrut Will Tinner, of eaiuit -- econil. he got four thousand pound' I'm or a prinmrv and a big following .Miss., easily led with a huiid-hinu- u nt 10 cents. From W. W. White in Shelby count, fnvor returning hilvli mid Walker ugmii drew mid Tom Ends he got six thousand Mr. Helm for itnothci- - term. He has Hid red. succeeded in ui'ltni.' u pounds at 11 cents. This wits alteadv It. the Derby class Woodfonl 10,000 appropriation lor siti for a hiyli class crop of the weed. county gut the inimicH, Tom llonrd building lor Hits is ver a goM'rnment flood colored tobacco . lakiiitr first ami Frank Smedley scarce in the count iv, Mr. Kincuid loimtv, and thev fell that he should i who Intu- he mvcii mi opporttmit-- to complete sas, so well mid the work he hits Slec Walker, wuk awarded the it me and those farmers getting Ihe best prices. liim- - ribbons for the best pair shown, loithe secure the appropriation hiilldui. ihiv npc and the best pack, or two WAS NOT A PRIEST. 1 -2 y, mil-mae, Wy-lit'ii- a, see-end- fur Thiimdin for it was not heliivuxpen-- TRAYLOR'S WILL FILED FOR PROBATE SCARCE THIS YEAR. C0MMISSI0NERSHIP Jutlqe Hairdln Puts Decision Be- From Artist And Hanq in Court Room. Will Liirne Estate of Prominent Distiller tween Two Candidates Up To County Committee. Much interest 1ms been manifested this week oxer thu appointment I lnl pair. So far, there has been hut one accident of much cotisispii'iice at thn meet. II was sustained h Mrs. Sam WooldridRC, of Vers.iiHcN, who was thrown li.ii'kwniit off her horse, soon after sturtini; intt Tuesday morning. Mrs. Wooldrirhic, was riiling a mt fine metlesomc hunter, wlilcli look offense at the proximity of another Imrsc as thev galloped oicr the stniitiht away. He lunged at the other animal and unsealed Mrs, Woidilriiliii', who slipped off hint bm was not sirioiisl Hamuli bndl slmkeit up. The hoisc, iinlile brute, that he wns. slopped insiantlv. and shci1 Mij. Woohlndtfc Ironi Imiiis ilraicupd ami inohslily much more seiioimly injured. haok-wm-il I adinse lnv out townnl the large fiirni II. Shanks. a.f I'iprcscntntive Will Aflir n short hunt n handsome fox wns s'nrtial. hut he was- a wilv old fellow, mill took In his hole nfter a aoiiple of hours' planus with strum: The Deibv ciimlidnti-mil nil oer the routitrv lit their initial hent. but onlv six were elimmnt-omi this fil'ot trial, anil .'It Marled wl.en t liar- bugle snttmhil on Tues-l- n morning for Ihe second hint of the big race. II look a nhoil lime to slnrt up another fme nniinal on this nceiisintt lie was Mud after it flnick holed. Men el to vork ami soon lifld liim ilnir out, mul ho m and put in a sued anil Inkeu baik In the spnmr for the Indies ! ,lul before iisiehinic there, hii Mini, mul in front of the whoh1 -. Value, the tl"f. wllla'll was n bi'.m'aol iii'd iioMerfnl itbl il'tiT fox, in'' .1 to -- I u out of the unrk in whiiii he n iK'iiur enrriml hv llu utiil "Irurk out lip tin' Mrea-- t Orrlmnl with throuh :n full pursuit. Hvvmiri) nil the pin-l.look to lh "lull mul aiuii-kl;iinl mmiii hi- - trni! led touiird the lull a'.HIMtlA. A fliotl ilitniue from town, hi s d enp-liired I I morning Willi '10 entries. The hog killiuir time, bewail. rarmers bcrenhotti arc hautig a simc the cold snap Sunday was .ill sort' of a dnv It tnined, hailed, sleitcd, snowed and cleared up ami in.idc it i;eni-rnl- l bsuciicahle (o those ilio iittcmptcd outdoor V. It. xercia-c. Jaiiu-stipKins- nt Lihei Kcv. C. T. Clauueh - holdini; -- ortiee! nt M.l Salem. TliicMM entered Wilhtiui Wheat's store heic on the niht of I lie election nml look u lot of pocket knives 'n ! ic ,i their own ue. phi veil havoc with The wiml-tornl , S. (i. dimes, Klliott and .1. ('. Fogle, arc doitn: service us jurors in Hie circuit lourl t. i". m things heic Sipuluy was blown down moruir, ienciii" I'.d. - mid shocked fiel the four II iter picked up and .cattend lo winds. I I JlUlr n Springs fur the rvrniin;. of Kentuci.v. !' thi mfpl r the ciip-idTin lir--l dun nml il"d bebl Tue'ihn RENERAL NEWS NOTES beunv from nil the suirnnmV"' v i!,i's fo tinr'i-mi'il- e coiiii t't i 'ine "Hi (io. Mmm, of Virginia, has r-;l!aiiis 'ii r to inlcifeic so Henry Clnv WmiM'iilifp Wiik's Jin k rbn'ii Sir" "ciillii'. the muiiic wile muidcier will AVnlli" nml ell tin' iiM Hnii! r,i be elcctroclltcil oil Nn ember -- I. linnlers prnva'd themsi'lve as vprsii-Hl- e (inv. Ilawluv, of Idnho, scvere'v fmilnstii-nai- l iHpniiiff llm 't'-'in ones enjuv criticised l'resident Tail's action in n'ttkina- the fair W, DolmcH, a eouvicl theniM'lves iih lliev tire in hn'd'i'' tmrdoning C. lii ii'Iim iiiit a Mile footeil liuuk cleik of thai state The (loverniuent comparative ro tlioi'iii't-hbri'i- l or imlenMhiinr a pack of Imvinv beaulii'h in pursuit of report on tobacco shows that proilui'cil 'J70.i:i.",000 pounds l!e nnril. Kverone lnnked for mime fine it. 11)11, ngainst IISl.OJ 1,000 in 1'HI) The rccenll elected Denioetuls work from lm field of 1 ilui"- - Hint vent lo the pot in the thinl hent mul thosii who mannccd their helil a The if I lie Deibv on Weduesilnv. nrnwil in Louisille. banquet and Ioe f i imeninc of tln irnine season, I lantern Ono of the bloodiest kittles of the their itniloim.' however. wire nflibl with ib'r nml mill, nod preseul Chinesi revohilimi i mom- ri'hh'l were pervhere Till' sil'bl 'iturily expected to tnke p'uee ill " of the cotton (nils ninnitiu wild Nmikiii. Thn imlirpeudcnt tolmeco dealers too much for Ihe untried pun j roved ninn. however, mul Ibcv cimilv fur- - filed n petition nt New York In in Mink Ihe fov Irnil fn" irmi'o vlilcb icrwnn in Ihe fluvernmuut'ri dis .j...,i. ,..1I m.ir.t i.rrlniu. of pnnluri. The Itition still. iiiii i...'." Tim (Jeuernl llaplist Association f'nnllv ihe's were, ... . cnlluil In i after n . i sI Mini l ni" MPiiiesuiiv i inriiiu. ii'iiii of Kentucky in holding its It session nt l'mltteah Hhe In ntsmeii devoU'il Ihe remainder Hoko Smith resigned ns- (lovernor of Hie ilav to tlu iieneii snow m town, deciding not to Tcsumo the if fiiioreiu to accent his scat in the trials njiain until Fridnv Tim lUnitfd States Senate. (;-jn Kei-tuekv 1 -cum-Hal-i . 7-1 mi-nuiy p.had he a t'li'iniv it woi.ldn't bac Kottea a dip. The tuck to hae to his job. None a.f the lepuh'it.Mi- - lierenliout lime sjM'iit n considernh'e time niiee c the clcelinii in liVilu: to f.nd an for their defeat of the republi-- i tin tickit. Some attrtbuic it to one thing iml some to nnotliur mid i.oue pi liuve hit the mur'. HHciii It noneiirs to have Vit i rosM-i- l HiHt of another with- DeUhnrar caseu in toimnlcrii been u stlc. . invr whirh hud berti i Villa.i's nihii'iiisiralioi . mid Caleb I be ilnmrer oop, mid the paek of I'iiuci-- were in loo miiij miii'iie- - ilniilcd HitiiPtthnt. ple nT Keiituckv. iiiuc'i foi ihe peo- s lepub'i-ai.Dcc-- ii - rimilU holed after a Iini- - !.. had liecome dis:ustl am', vuii'l-c- d ehn-e- . but it was sn mtv exi'ilinv a cli.unre to snv imtlii'H' if iu'uji-irrl- . 1.ll Hint ho wits not uloliMleil WilNoti and his .uig had Tim oilier whirl) bnd led off from :he Mens-u- r n nnmls-- r of inp. mmmueil lo make fcHslcd and iliitun to pav the fiddler until the fina eienn m Inwnv. ger nppetired on lite wall and wrolc l'velli'menl htul been keen iiiiionc that the republican p.uty had hctn Hie loinleix as n of Hie mm'- found ill u balance mid -i"a oml iIiiv'h work, ami ! ileli.r-- i wnultuc. Mav wc l tVelint; fine when thi'v mluuil d trim sceini' anollie- - such set lit par-iiiivl-- spell's Hint if l!e. Itlllll.lt at siitttt he 1 lull, .. (nb ev-cu- urn-ill- n f. r. s m- fin-the- en-non- cvr amount were hlililf n In them So. too vou must all remember some splendla A Wrong Choice. or infulfllled prouike of snmebody There Is no act, nor option ot act, other, xvhlch fed vou with hopes per possible, but the wrong deed or option haps for.yenrs, and 'xhleh left a blank ho poison In It which will stay In In your life which nothing bus evei )our veins thereafter forever Never Riled up HolnitB more to nil eternity ran )ou be us ou irlght hao been bod you not dona MRS. J. J. ELLIOTT DEAD that chosen that You have "formed our character," forsooth' No; If you Mrs. J. J. Klliott, wile of one of have chosen III, jou hne deformed It Hie inns! prominent farmers of the nnd that former! KtisUu MfKiuimv section farmers of the theie Wednesday after a Jengthy KNOWS WHERE TO d illness. She is survived by her COME FOR THEM. aiud several children, and leaves a host of friends to mourn Thai pifui'i' of good fellows. Mr. Hint she is no more. The funeral IL Mnilin. went tu Stnnfoid services were conducted by J: C. at Mclvinnev Thursday afterto he nt that place, Mouda.. noon nt four o'clock liiul a large whi'io he buys much of the best but-.hcaltle for his meat market Mr. number of friends und loved ones Muriiu iiccoiniviuicd him. DnmiUe followed the remains of the good woman to their last testing place. Messcnirer. h;is-bau- Say Catholic Authorities of one W. L. Delaney. Who Spoke Here To Mrs. Center, of Danville, Sister of Two Local Ladies. A number of Lincoln coiiutv pen pie lme rccciU'd copies of the Mrs. M, S. Haii'.'hmmi mid Mrs. J. ''Truth" in which refeicnce wen-- culled lo ll'iii- 'tniile to one Dehiiicy. who bus A. Ilaul.'hmnu l die eurl this week to iillend heen visiting annus pluccs styiinir o,' their sister, Mrs. S. of the Cathohiinself an Ceiilei who died suddenly where h" lic I'hliich. Delanev Usilid Lincoln nail yolie to tindctgo a slight "Hivi-ccoiintx ,i short lime ny ,mul opemtinn. The Danville Mesto make some icu'lations ot senger Vnysof her death: i "The lite Ciitholic lolutiihutu: "She had gone to Lexington ouh (iillii'lles arc desirous that the true few knew of lads icijiiriluig Delanis he set forih tew dnvs bel'oie. mid onlv her ueiir- nml Ihe Tnith pnblishei thin frmt Imr alisence. in luct. "The lu- -t as! relatives knew t hit I she went the Catholic Columbian. to undergo a slllit sitrgicn1 oncni remnmit ol Ihe foul htvasl ol Whi'c who bine in I line Hon at ii hospital in tlml cii culled past made coinmeree of their aims not in pci feel health. Mrs. r .ler tucv b anpcaliutc to dene iamor-iine- e had been, npparcntly, ery much during the past ow week and bigotry, bus just turned up Words fail lo express Ihe deep in an interior Keiituckv town. Since he was dismissed from the mstor-nl- c arief fell liv the people of Dmmllc ipon lenrning of the sudden taking of the llaplist church ut Intl.. mid denounced us u .iwai of this most estimable and woman. She was a great thief, a bur and Hwiudler, he I'oiin I of nil who knew hei. She it udusable to change the iiulials of his iinine from W. .1. lo V. L.nud 'mil the happ gift of milking friends thmvu and her sunnv disposition and nianv still parade as an acts uf kindness will be grc.ttlv miss, he wns never so much as a s.miiunr-iaed. Ilefore mnrringi- - she was Miss At one time he attempted n eiiler Kloieuee .'enkitis, und come from one ihe Lutheniii miuistr hut a- - diop-pu- l of the oldest and most prominent d on account of immoral letters he liimdies residing in Doyle and counties. The death of Mr ent to the minister's son. Serious charges were filed nguuM him b Center removes from societv it most ii woiiiMii. the llaplist church at Martinsville, Invnlile gentlewoman. Her Ios Iml., when he was dismissed their." little dmjghter, and In her iiother is irrepnntble. THE SECRET OF SUCCESS. The f uncial n'nici". wcte hold uternoon nt Ihe residence-Genuine Merit Required to Win The Fourth nml llrondwav. at 'J:.'I0 o'clock. iiducted by llld. II. C. flnr- People's Confidence. risnu, of the Chrislimi churcti. or nhich ori.ilii7ation Mrs. Centei as Hum- you ever sttmpnl to reason CMinplais iicliM- - fnithfiil mul Hint in wh it is that so nuiin iirodtict all til iiiember. adieriised, are etensnel once drop out ot siht mil ale non. GOOD WATER AT LANCASTER. lorgotteii 1 The reasi.' is plum iht mtiele did not Itillill the promi-m- s The Mite on the bond issue for of the iiuiniifMcturt i. This water particularly lo a iiiedi nnproiing Hie Lancaster mole that works resiiUed f.iMirabh. and lite line. A medicinal pnp.trnrion expert will m '(coiil suvs" has real eiir.itive alue almost sells he cmiilo'vcd an aetixe step, ouic tnk and it It, as like nil emlle-- s chum citownnl getting the supplv from the ri tiled v is iccniiiinemled b Manx not thosc-wh- o ItiiM! been cuied. to those lie rier. with the fuels ate incliu-n- l who nie in need ot it. our neighbors for not lo In mi :uti.Tiew on' Ihe stibient il going Jo ihe liver at lirsl. btii thi-vpiomiueilt local druggist mivh: ''Take impossible, the nccessnrx lor example Dr. Kiliiier's1 Sw.tmp moiiex could not und raised bx tin. he Knot u preparation 1 Iiiim- - sold for by Inxx. The picsciit lilt. it cars and never hesitate to plant allowed wax iniinv lo the river ami. is half recommend for in almost cverv case .is much of .the originnl debt has been it shows immediate results, as many paid off, rctuaimlci of the dis of mi c0lomers testify. No other M nee can the coxered xvith thiNSun1 be kidney remedy (hat I know of bus now voted. The pipes uul entire so large ii sale." plant to be hal. The success of Dr. Kilmer's when tire the best comes from and Di the supplv the fuel tlml Swamp Knot is due to liver, there will be few t..wtis of it fulfils cmtv wish in overciuiiin; hire that will hnve belter w.itei niihicx. liver and bladder diseases, its than Lancaster. corrects uriiiurv' troubles and the uric ueid which cause Childish Beliefs. ilieumatihin. Yes children believe plenty of qqeet A frte trial but Ik- - will be setrt b I things suppose all of you have mail. uhsolnUly free. Addii'ss Dr. had the pocket hook fever xxhen you Kihuci & Co.. Iliuuhamplon, N. V were Why What do I Heuulnr rippinglittle old pocketbook mean? (Unand mention this paper. up In the bottles sii'd nl nil drnguists sim belief that bunk bills to an Immense 1. ttui-girial d !.i-ts Mnr-linsulllc u. (J.tr-l-.tiriu-sihi. -uo-phiu nei-soiis as neu-truliz- DEATH COMES SUDDENLY of a Muster Commissioner of the Lincoln Coutilv Circuit Court which will he mndo by Judge-eleC. A. Ilnrdin, as soon as U is inducted lo office. At Ihe beginning thorn were five nctive npplicuiift for the place, but it bus generally been thnt the race lay between Kowmi Suufley and JI. J. McHoherls So keen did thn eonlcst between these two lieeomi. tliiu iu...t l Judge Hnrdiu suggested that he xvoti'd leave the mutter lo the Demo-cratiCounty Committee of Lincoln lo decide between them, mid would appoint whoever the Committee might endorse. This decision on tin. nnw r il... Judgi', put Hie friends of both up plicnntH to hustling, und some Inll electioneering with the Committeemen is said to have been (he The .suggestion has been made by those on "the outside, that a fair wav to settle would he to have n pri iimiy election held lo decide between the candidates fur the place so thai eveiy democrat in Hie county might register his choice in and not only the members of Ihe county committi.c. It is that friends of the candidates have said thnt they would be willing to have a county primary to settle between them. The members of the County Committee to whom the mutter has been ct ciiu-cvdll.-.i) n-s- ult. The large oil porltmt of (lie lute Judge M. C. Sattflev .which is to hnng in the Circuit Court room together with other Judges and d tingnished men who presided over Lincoln's court in bygone xenrs. has arrived and hns hen on exhibition nt I'cuiiv'h drug store for the past few days. All who have seen it pronounce it splendid likeness of the Judge. It wns pnintcd by McCrenry nnd Hranson of Knoxville, nnd is a tnngnificent work of iirt. DEPOT WORK DELAYED On Is Bemtcalhcd To His Immediate Relatives. Account of Failure of Rootlnq To Arrive on Time Work on Stanford's new depot hns licctl nt n .........i,,, ..,, II. A i...... ... .. kliiiwllill r..M lwt. iusi. ivn owing to the fact Hint the roof I... i j put up. nie: S. J. Kmbrx. II. 'i'li iison. Dr. A. K. Caldwell. W. S. Drve. Waller Martin. John Cress, Louis Dell. Win. Xoith. W. J. Iloltz-clav(!. L. IVnny is chuirinaii of I lie committee, but only voles, in event of a tie. v. lluilcv, J. Jr., T. A. Hiee, C. M. Carter, Dr. J. M. Contest In Garrard Too. Kcporls from Canard county arc lo thu ell'ect that a hitler fight has niisen over the Master Commission-irshi- i fin- that county also. So far those who nie candidates for Ihe place ate said to he "Doge" Blown, fleece Koluiisoii (J. H. Swinehroad. J K. .Mount, Altoicny I'aufmau mid a d.iik hore or two. There is said to also be a contest mi in Boyle eountx over the appointment. The Master Coiniuisiouership of a p.iys in fees uholit $U00 a vear. co-iul- SPLENDID YOUNG MAN Succumbs to Ravaqes of Typhoid After Lonti Illness. Kiln aid White, one of Ihe best lnn. vn ami most respected .xoting Oi'-har- morning alter an illness of ixphoul low r oi about a mouth's duration. Mr. White was just J.) xcainsif age and his death comes as a blow to his mother, Mis. r.lizabeili White, and his mnuv friends and loved ones, lie was a sou of the bite Uev. W. T. II. White, und besides his mothi--i is niirviv-n- l hv his l.iiilhci- - Joe II. White, of Dallas. Tc.x. who came to be with his mother in her hour of tribulation. Will While s. n merchant of Otteuheim, nnd Mrs. Will Lawrence. Mrs. W. Ii. I'lciisants, niid Mrs. Jumes Livingston. Filliciul sci vices will be conducted ut the late residence todnv, Friday, by Ins pastot. Hex. J. (1. Livingston mul also at the grave, iutctmeiil being in the I'renehersville eeiueterv. c sis-lei- men ot the Kust Km!, died at h s home mi (Vdai Crick, near ('tab at six o'clock cdncsilax Frenchman's Farrlly a Large One. farmer of St Usurgues, in France, bat Just hnd his thirTlie old gentle-man- , tieth child baptized A Saone-et-Lolr- whose name Is Hosxut, lias been married three times ahu lias had 1? of sous and 13 daughters Tvvcuty-tvvhis children are still living Ancient Needle Katory7 The discovery a of prrhlstortc needle lactrry at ,i pmhlMerlc lake vll lage Knglnnd. near fllastonburj- roused much Interest recently Tho dwelling!! were placed on mounds of rlay raised above the level of the a ter The framework of a primitive loom wan found under one mound, and tho number of brul;en bone needles and bone splinters dlncovi rod In another mound led the explorers to think that It may haveheen the site of an ancient needlo factory lOe mul i i. Sun-d.-i- v, Me-Cla- rv er Theie is little danger from it coin or from mi attack of Ihe grip except when followed by piieumonin, ami Ibis never happens when Chamber-Inin- s Cough Itemedy ii used. This lemedy 1ms won ils great reputation mid extensive nle by its remarkable cures of colds nnd grip nnd can bo i filied upon with implicit confidence. For sale by nil dealer?. jug ordered, hns not yet nrrived. The constructing crew, meanwhile, has been switched to Kliznbetlitovvn to do sonic repair work. There is mut-l-i regret that work had to be discontinued just when the structuhc was almost ready for completion. Kverything was readv for the roofing and wcatherbonrdiiig. but nothing could he dune until the roofing came. them. To the children of Ids brother, John Trnylor, he left h of TALK OF THE TOWN his estnto to be eipmlly divided among Ihcm with V. M. Bright as Will Be. Reno's Performance. So guiirdiuii for Ihe minor children. To his cstnte, Mrs. Nuucy A. LoYou'd Better See Him gan, he leaves h of his cstnte except the sum of which is r.verxbody seems to he talking to go at her denth to William Corabout the performance thnt Jteuo, nelius Trnylor, son of Euiuiett Trnythu Magician will give nt Ihe opera lor. Imitrfo on Friday night, Nov ember 21. To the children of his deceased He comes ns the third number cm sister, Mrs. Mary ho leaves one sixth the course of the Stanford Lyceum ol his estntc to be cnunllv divided ''lull. 1'ositivo assurance is given among them. by the members of the club, who stand unuually high in the community, wilh possibly one exception, thnt the Mngicinn will he nilowcil u, tamper with no one's 'belongings, who docs not give personnl consent. This wonder worker bus been known o do such things as tearing t.p n person's hat-an-d transforming the fragments into n full sized rah-hi- t; LllllllllllllllllBI or taking a man's xvatch, hamLo: mering it into pieces and then finding the wutch safely put together agiim in the mouth of n fish. These are hut a few of the unusual nnd wholly extraordinary fents that he performs, and the indications are that he will be I.v ,, FROM AN OLD SOLDIER ed house. The prices for the ev eiiuig nave oecn tixed nt the ven Ilustonville, Ky., It. I). No. 2 Nov 14 low sum of 23, .'15 nnd "0 cents mid if you don't see him you will wish A word to all old soldiers. u.s 1 afterwards Hinf vm, l,n.l c- - i...M' he Ihe talk of Hie town for iiuuiv was one during the civil wnr. And my sympathy reaches out to all that days afterward. Seats on -- nie nt fought for whut they thought right. Penny's Drug Store. For 15 jear.s my life has been a AWAY GO PIMPLES. BLACK burden lo inc. 1 hud' rheumatism in my lower limbs, shoulders and back n bad I couldn't have an hour's HEAD. ECZEMA. DANDRUFF peace, night ot dnv. Und almost AND OTHER SKIN AFiost use of mjselt. I used all kinds FECTIONS of medicines, I could hear of. that vnis recommended for lheiiiiiatism. When Zemo and Zemo Soan are Usee' nd iToctnrs olten told me the more The Innx Drug Store says, ou I rent rlieuinutisiu the worse it arc so confident that JSKMO and gits. I had almost kist all hopes of ZK.MO SOAP used together will rid ever getting relief until I had taken the skin or scalp of infant or giown a h". las treatment of Pursley's of PIMPL-KSIndian Herbs. Now t feel that I am HLACKIIKAD. KiZKMA DANDRUFF, INSL'CT entirely cured.' I don't have i pain DITKS m- - any form of itching, 1 ciin walk live miles without any disfigiuing skin or scnlp troii exertion. 1 really feel like a new Me. thnt we do not hesitate lo recomman. This is a godsend lo all sufmend these clean refined remedies ferers of Ithcuiunlisiii. Ti it and In cverv person who lesires quick be convinced. This statement is lelief and a cine horn nny fonn of made without colicitntiou voluntarily aggravated skin or scalp 'affection. by me fan the benefit of siitfering (signed) Ollcntinies one bottle mul ono cuke humanity. W. S. TAYLOR. of soup will cuie n minor euso of November 20th Last Day skin IrnuSc 7.KMO and ZKMO SOAP produce To get a 4." il'ivs' treatment of Parssuro mid swift results. You will not ley's Indian Herbs for $1 ami a bottle of Cow Hoy Liniment FHRK. suffer another dny after you . You' will feol At Shugnrw & Tanner's Drug store-In use them. like u new person. Accomplished In Profanity. ZILMO nnd ZCMO SOAP can be This from "A Hawaii: native obtained from one leading druggist every city or town in Amerie.i mid woman called on tho attorney general in Stnnfoid by Penny Drug store Ihe other day to complain of the bad language used by the child of a neighbor In the presence of her own tota. J.osl, strayed, or stolen from Mr. "How old Is your neighbor's chlldt Win. Shanks, farm on day of sule queried tho attorney general. 'About a b.ovxii or blackish brown wcunl-.iusix,' replied the woman. 'I shouldn't mure mull- - bought from J. M. think that a child of that age could of WnyiKshurg cm dnv of sale use much bad language.' remarked th and left in 5lr. Shanks' new bnm attorney general. 'You ought to hear bnid man- - inu'e had a calico or per-ca- blm,"exclanicd the woman. 'Why, he string tied around her neck Ke- can swear just as good as bis father." nan). Address Mr. J. d. Reynold at'W'njneshurg. Mr. William Shanks, A Cure for Snoring. Stnnfcid, or X. Y. ',., Look Box Here Is a cure' for snoring, Stnoford. Kv on xvhlch a correspondent has lived aa a happy married man for 38 years. CINCINNATI MARKETS. "Put a clove In your mouth." That's nil. It will keep your mouth closed Cincinnati. Nov. K!. Cuttle and will be there still In the morning, lt:iu.: markit slow and weak having compelled you to breatk 10(u l.V lower; steers :i.2."i(ii'"".7"i : through your nose all night. heilers .J,i0(ii.i,:k"i; cows $1.2.")(uJ 4..)0; cal es sleadv. f.'l..i0)8.,,i0. llojs Mrs. Prime Puzzled. icipts J.877: innrket active, Cy Prime uys be often tells nla mid sUndy to stronj.' at veslcnhix's prices, I'lie'.ars ?.".8."i(ui(l.50; stugw wife that whatever he amounts to h Wfr'i', eommon sows pigs owes to her and the poor wonu can't make up his mind whether Ite iml HghN tf3ro)".70. Sheep Mil; market steady, $ 1.50(a) U handing ber an trjult or 'I.2-1Lniubs tlood steady; common dull, i.'l(05.5O. I ' H. . one-sixth one-sixtone-sixtone-sixt- The will of the Into W. IL Trnylor was Tiled in the County Court ou Monday, nnd duly ordered to c. Mt. Truylor's estate, in to hu worth any where irom a0,000 to $7fi,P00 owing lo the ligure that his largo distillery interests will command when they ure put up for stile, which is directed ii V the will. J. H. Paxtou is appointed executor of the will, and is directed to sell the estate nnd convert sainn iiito i ash. Practically nil of .Mr. Truylor's hccpiests are to his close relatives. To his nephew, Charley Zntione he leaves .2,000. To .Mrs. Anna West he leaves of Ihe balance of his cstnte' after the payment of all his debts etc. To Don Trajlor ho leaves the sum of 100, nnd to the other children of his brother Alex Trnylor, ho leaves h of his estate, less the sum of .100, same to bo divided among pro-bute.sti-mat- ''iHIIIHH it.-Wi.,- ! nei-so- cntn-uieii- 1 s Jic.v-noh- ls, lu ts 1 Ite--eip- ts . W KSaS f', .".X-Vfffi- '"''" " iegg rra jHF IMTPRtnn inilOWM firms, nmmunittoii, etc, preparatory Rich men ate o tho revolution. uiving largo sums nnd there seeim tu bo mi lnek of menus to curry on iho vnr. .The success of llio reb-il- s hns been phenomenal, nnd JTANFnPn kpntiiokv frihav NftVFMnER 17 inn STATE IN FURORE OVER E OO0O0a9QO$OQ T $$0$8O.$aO00 o n '. J w Slcan'i tool on Relieved btiffnoss. Stiff Neck For nny MilTness or l.imcncss Sloan's Liniment gives relief at once. It acts like mass.igc quickens the blood and limbers up lama muscles and joints. When applied immediately after violent exorcise it prevents points to the complete of the Manchti rule nml in Iho plnco of it !i rrpuhlio modeled lifter the United States. Already the throne has offered them il government modeled after Knghiiid. Imt tliov will not neccpt this, us it .elites the Mnnclius on the throne. h the hiiiiinu fnmilv are Chinese and the world is inleicst-t- d in the movements that tdmpu the ilestinv of this great people. One-fourt- KEEP WARN is the best nnd quickest way to perfect health. Women nnd girls who suffer nre simply weak weak nil over. Opiates nnd nlcoholic mixtures nre worse than worthless, they aggraO O I O Authorities Begin Prosecution ol Thoso Who Tarred Young Woman. STARTED BY GOSSIP o o o o o o This is a fcariully cold spell to begin the winter with. The "goose bone" and ground hog both say its going to be a cold I am uMng your liniment for MlffneM. I ham bought two bottle of it and it is the best I ecr saw. Mrj.MAUV CURRY. Million n.fij. "T. bad a severe pain bctneen my jhouUlers, ami noticing your in the street card I got a bottle which quickly relieved me." R I). I.t KdtnNI, Maysvillo. Ky. " Hero's Proof SLOAN LINIME1 Is an excellent antiseptic remedy for sore throat, cuts and bruises, penetrating needs no rubbing. Sold by all dealers. cry Price 25c, SOc. and $I.OO. Horses, Cattle, IIors and Pnuliry Mnt free. AdJrej I)R. EARL S. SLOAN, IIOSTON, MASS. The Interior Journal. Established 1872 HELTON M. SAUFLEY,... Publisher II A YEAR STRICTLY IN ADVANCE Entered at the rostofflco at as second class malt. POLITICAL ANNOUNCEMENTS. For Jailer. Peyton Parrish nnnounces his candidacy for Jailer of Lincoln county, subject to the action of the Democratic party.. For County Judqe. T. A. Rice announces his candidacy for County Judge of Lincoln county, subject to the action of the democratic party. THE CHINESE REVOLUTION The Chinese revolution rocs on apace. Every day brings news of more cities going over to the revolutionists. Fragments of the army and navy almost daily join the rebels. Ainoy, Nankin nnd many other largo cities are included in the defection. There aro 18 provinces or states in Middle China and a number of these have seceded nnd are Governed by officers of the new government. General Li is the official bead. The imperial troops massacred 100,000 of the citizens of Canton because they had rebelled, sparing neither women nor The rebellion began in Ilnnghow, nnd when the imperial troops retook the city they set it on fire, and n strip two miles long and half a mile wide was burned out of the heart of the city. Many citizens are butchered. Roth sides are careful for the safety of all foreigners, so thnt any bnrm they may suffer will an incident of war. Tho object of the revolution is to overthrow the Mnnclius, who have ruled China for nearly 300 years. They are Tartars who invaded the. country from their home in the north, conquered the Chinese nnd have ruled the nation ever since. The form of government is nn absolute monarchy. These foreigners required the Chinese to save their heads, leaving only the qcue as n badge of their subjection. There nro only two nnd n hulf or three millions of the Manchns, while thero are over four hundred millions of tho Chinese. All the officers of any importance are held by the Man-chu- s. Graft and oppression is the ride. Tho effect of this has been to desttroy nil patriotism nmong the Chinese. But the coming of tho missionaries among them hns given them a vision of the outside world and knowledge of their own possibilities. Until within the last 7.1 years foreigners were not allowed to enter China. Little by little ner ports havo been opened and the people have learned of western civilization. For the last ten years tho peoplo have been preparing for this Through the work of revolution. labor unions called "gills" nn most powerful ever made in the cast, was formed. The masses were enlisted everywhere nnd instructed to lay up money, There is one tepiililicnn in the Mat" who seems able to" read the signs of the times, lie is Col. It. 11. Penny, editor of the Winchester daily News who declares that if Taft is renominated by the republicans for president n.iiu he is to certain Col. l'cijry hns been bo defented. postmaster nt Winchester for nun enrs and is one of tho best kim-republicans in the state. Listen to whnt ho says: "It is our honiM eonuetion that President Tnft can not, with the pic in their present temper, be reelected and tli.it it would he foolish to nominate him . Entirely aside in Kentucky he has proven a his ingratitude to his frie pliant executive in tho hands ot men as Senator Aldnch and former Speaker Cannon, and ho has sndh disappointed those who hoped iui relief to tho people from the ex. lions of tho trusts during his ndmt We (.peak tints franklj istrntiott. now, before tho republican national convention nnd while there is yet its of the recent administration,blund- nn opportunity to retrieve the "If President Taft is renominated to quote the words of Mnrse Henry Walterson, we fhnll he marching through a slnughtcr house to an open grave, only prediction we make hero will be a great deal more tru- -l worthy than flint of Mnre Henry in 1S92. Forewarned is forearmed and tho republican party should not allow nny sentiment or precedent to cause it to throw away n' national election, as it is certain to do with President Taft nt tho head of the ticket in 1912.' imi-fro- m Scandal Mongers Instigate an Infamy Whleh Has Stained the Sunflower State and May Break Up Many Homes Jail Awaits Perpetrators. e Topeka, Kan Stato, county and I pal authorities havo united In their efforts to bring to Justice tho men who tarred nnd feathered Mary Chamberlain, a pchool Joachcr at ran-rif- vate the trouble nnd lower the standard of health. Scott's Emulsion the invigorates strengthens whole Shady Ilond In Lincoln County The' body, nnd wholo Mtnto Is nrotiecd as achlom before In Its hlrtnry over tho outrago builds up. which seems shrouded In n Rood deal Bo turn to grt SCOTTS -of mystpry. The young woman Is popIt's the Standard nnd alwayt ular In her homo town nnd enjoys a the belt. good reputation. It Is reported that AM. DRVrtr.ISTS sho was the Innocent victim of Jealous women, nnd It Is alleged their wagging tongues egged on tho mob of men to commit the disgraceful crime. WAYNESBUnn NEWS Edward Illcord, charged with tak. Ing tho girl to a lonely spot on tho Mr- -. Murtli.i Wheeler h.is iust pretenso ot taking her to a dance, nnd then leaving her to the mercy of tho returt'i'tl Irom a it to her daughn Sinirletoii ot U.iimllc. mob of men. who stripped off portions ter Mr- -. of her clotnlng and then tnrred and Mr and Mrs. William Pitch of feathered her, was tried and sentenced Wichita Kniisns are guests of rehk-tive-s to 12 months in Jail. Six men wero nnd friends at Wnvncbuiy. arrested nnd charged with tho crime. Meirs. Willis K. llnmbv of Oak- Every effort to unravel tho mystery dale Trim., nud Kd. Xohin of D.in-dle- , and get at tho motive of tho crimo is u here Saturd.iy and Sunbeing made by tho authorities. Sixday to see their best girls teen arrests havo been mado In conMr. and Mrs. Kd. Poster of I.intiie nection with tho case. spent hwt week with Mrs. Poster's From all oter tho state money Is being contributed to punish tho offend- parents Mr. and Mrs. .1. It. ers. Tho attorney general Is pushing Mr. and Mrs. (leorge Ilogue arc tho prosecution lth all tho energy he can; and the first to contribute to a rejoicing over the arrival of u new fund to seo that tho perpetrators aro baby cirl, horned Nov. 7. A large crowd attended the pie cup properly punished was P. D. Coburn, per at F,llion school house Friday M-O-Wil-linm- 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 winter. You can keep warm by wear- - 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 O O ing Our Good Underwear That Silk Plush V 0 In'single pieces at $1.50, or in 0 the uoion at $3, is the warm0 est, nicest, smoothest underwear in the world. 0 Wright's Wool Fleeced 0 0 Very heavy, very warm, $1 0 0 i' ... .? 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 O 0 n 0 0 0 0 0 P O per garment. Cooper's Miss Maude Stro'id won the prio lis the prettiest girl. The pies all sold well nnd quite a snug little sum was collected, which the children in night. Ttesolations commending a classified tax instead of the uniform tax, State aid and convict labor for road building in Kcntuckv, nnd a larccr appropriation for the State Fair were adopted nt the closing session of tho Greater Kentucky Convention nt Louisville this week. We believe that the true solution of the good roads problem for Kentucky is to be found in working convicts on the ronds. This is the plan that is followed in nny stnto and has proven the right way to build up a splendid system of highways whenever tried. It also abolishes the goods competition of priso-mnd- e against free labor. Let's try it. sft&JL 'w . NJE iiS.WM.v , I Ul ' Miss Mary Chamberlain. Here's one of the unkindest cuts ot agriculture. The outrage has shockof nil: Will Jnltenbachcr refers ed the state, has dhlded families In tho Louisville Times to State Li- Lincoln county and probably will be brarian Frank Knvanaugb as "lvnv-vy- the means of breaking up many Wo hope Frank will overlook homes. The public prosecutor of Lin". secretary of the Kansas state board it this time. He ought to overlook nearly anything since he's assured by the Legislature for of another four years. We have but one objection to that, and it's a strong one. If wo could have our way, we'd elect him State Librarian for life, and not for four years. WE PAY EXPRESS ORDER BY NAIL at Levy's Special Suits for Men FROM US AND clothes m SAVE MONEY. la the store. which to We Handle None But the Best, Levy's Special Boys' Suits with 2 pairs of Pants and all tho leading Linos of Our stocks are so large that you have every style and pattern, and size, and Bhape elect: and we make buyintr BY KAIL, Just as easy and satisfactory as you can do It We have special things that you can get MO WHERE ELSE, such as : FURNISHINGS. HATS AND SHOES. OA0LAJL,OO JRKEJ. ii,d WE ALSO SEND SAMPLES FREE. We Issue a larire illustrated catalog, which ..v.. uu rwjueii. ' Mention this paper and write us fully for anything you want in our line, and you'll rnit a Dromnt and satisfactory answer. And if anything you buy here is not exactly what you want It may be returned ana your auani wiu oe immediately KuruilDED. Fiflroad Fairs Relunfcd at CttlaLi Tinw. Xtakrs Retail Herchuls Aodu'oa. A House Established SO Years Ago. The Largest In Ha Unc. The Bright Spot. LEVY? LOUISYILLE, KY, Third and Market. Joseph Chamberlain, a retired farmer of Beverly, and had been teaching In In the country schools for beveral years. Partly because she Ib attractive In person and Inclined to be somewhat unconventional, she has been talked B0WEN NEWS. about by Idle tongues. During the summer Miss Chamberlain worked as a Mrs. Hilton nnd daughter urn clerk In a store In the bamlet ot (pending n few days with Miss n Shady Uend, eight miles from Lincoln, Montgomery here. the county seat, and a couple of miles Mr. Tom Stnton, wife and daughfrom ber home In Beverly. Goaded on ter of Liberty are up on a visit to by the women ot Shady Head, wbo George and Arthur urged their husbands to drive the girl his brothers Staton. out of the place, those men and a few Mrs. Maggie Kaufman has reboys formed a plot. One ot them, Ed turned home from a visit to her ward Illcord, a barber. Invited Miss Chamberlain to attend a dance with mother in Indiana. .Mr. J. II. woouoru whs in vi.iu-for- d AS'tbey drove along the high- -' him. Saturday on business. way Itlcord and the girl, according to Mr. J. F. Russell unci Jnmcs U tbe plan arranged, wero held up. Itlwent to Biirgin Sunday to viscord fled, leaving the girl to tbe "mer Med Mr. mw it their brother-icies" of tho mob. wbo, wearing masks, had assembled at the place Warfiuld. where It bad been decided to perpeLadies, j trate tho outrage. Dragging the girl from the buggy, they stripped her or Not only pleasant and refreshing to ' ber clothes, threw her to tho ground, the taste, but gently cleansing and sweetand Jarred ber. Syrup of Figs and The whole affair Is said to havo had ening to the system,particularly adapted Elixir of Senna is its origin In women's g03slp. Miss Chamberlain, It Is declared, was so at- to ladies and children, and beneficial in tractive and such a "good fellow" that all cases in which a wholesome, strengththe other women became Jealous and ening and effective laxative should .be Indulged in slanderous gossip. Now used. It is perfectly sale at all tones and these women will be forced to stand dispels colds, headaches and the pains trial, as well as tbe men they urged caused by indigestion and constipation so on to tbe outrage. Another report in promptly and effectively that it is the one circulation Is to the effect that Miss perfect family laxative which gives satis- Chamberlain "talked about" several U recommended byi women, and that the tarring and feath- faction to all and millions of families who have used it and ering was a method of punishment. Tbe state is In a furore over the who have personal knowledge of its exscandal. Money Is pouring Into the of- cellence. Its wonderful popularity, however, hat fice of the attorney general from all over the state lth urgent appeals to led unscrupulous dealers to offer imitapunish those who havo disgraced the tions which act unsatisfactorily. There civilization of KanBas. Locally, too. fore, when buying, to get it beneficial there is lnienso leoung ino county I effects, alway note the fufl name ohhe attorney has been threatened wlt byrup Co. tar and feathers ir lie continues hia iCompanyyCaUonua the Iront ot every prosecution of tbe offenders, and has pwmly printed on laid the matter before Jhe attorney package of the genuine Syrup ol Figi ironeral. Tbe latter bus told him to and fcJuur oi oenna. go on regardless of consequences, and For sale by all leading druggists. Price lias bent 8eciai attorneys to un- - 50 cenu per bottle. CvlU IU uiu iu mo iiuavvuuvu Hl-leich-nna- n who has made a complete investigation of the outrage, asserts that the ground upon which It was based was entirely false. Miss Chamberlain is the daughter ot coln county, tend using to prepnte an etll'Ttaiil-ino- it to be gicn nt tho cloio of the school. Mr. Cnhin Phelps a prominent old gentleman of this community died (Suddenly last week. lb was nn earnest Christian man about 77 years of nge. The burial took plnco i'l the Humphrey grave yard near Mt. Olive. We extend loving sympathy to the bereaved ones. Mr. Mitchell Datson liar, returned home, Onkdnle, Tenn., where he hns d been employed on tho Q &. C, with his hands badly burned by gasoline. Mr. Logan Stephenson enmo up from IH'rmott, Tenn., to vote and (pent hcveral days with relatives here. Mi-- s Maude Hrown visited her parents Saturday at King's Mountain. Mis Kva Singleton iited Miss KNio Singleton last Sntiitdiiy. Air. II. H. Caldwell is still on the sick list. Mr. .leiics Hentherly of Indiann, is employed as n clerk in Poster's store. Mr. and Mrs. Clark Jordan will moe to Stnnford in a few days and A. B. Morgan will movo into the house nentcd by him. rnil-ioa- f. 0 $1 for shirts or 0 Underwear 0 drawers. A heavy, warm, cotton ' 0 feeced shirt and drawers at 50 0 0 0 cts. Union suits, $1, $1.50 $2 o 0 0 o 0 and $3. 0 Come and ses them and keep 0 0 0 0 0 warm 0 0 0 0 0 o0 0 STANFORD, KENTUCKY :: :: 0 0 000000 0 0 0 0 0 00 0 0 0 0O0O0O06 0 0 0 H. J. McROBERTS - V r.CC. U, O. PAT. OFF. 7HE BEST CAKE CAN FOR GET. THE TRY MONEY YOU THEM. W. H. Higgins. Stanford Ky. Particularly the Bring Your Prescriptions Here To Be Compounded When your physician has pre scribed a medicine for you to take, tho next important step is to have that prescription placed in tho hands of a thoroughly reliable and competent pharmacist so it will be compounded exactly as directed. Wo have gained an enviable reputation for nlways being very careful and painstaking In our compounding and feel that, In nil justice to your own good health, you should brlngyour next prescription here. Here, too, you will flud n complete and inviting display of toilet articles, rubber goods, soaps, perfumes, toilet preparations and all standard remedies. For interior decorating we carry and recommend ALABASTINE, the beautiful wall coating. Call and seo samples of tints and ask us about It. PENNY'8'DRUQ 8TORE. Stanford, Kentucky g VKV i -f 4 THE IWTEWIOW JOURNAL. STAMFORD. KENTUCKY. FRIDAY. NOVEMiEH 17. 1911 State KT 1VF TRAINING SCHOOL for TEACHERS COURSES: Preparatory, State Certificate, County Certificate Review, Life Diploma. 1 Special. Tuition Free to Apuolntees. NEXT SESSION BEGINS.NOV. 20 Address r.TitfiiFM Wry Low. Auk About It ArtUlio CntnliuruoFrec. ; ; ; : : : Richmond. Kentucky G. CRABBE. President. J. only the W. S. Fifth represents best and strongest insurance com oanles. Let him keep you protected. W'c nro prr(ircd to install lint wnter nml hot nir henling, plumbing 81 If. cnc., Conn Hros., LnnenHlcr, -- NICE HOME FOR SALE lllt1 Excitement for A collngo with fix room, oat buildings nml two notes of lnnd. Apply to Mary T. JoncH, Lebanon, Mnrion County Ky. o m HOG CHOLERA. Two br k tLWM H rMkatf niontli formal! lion, linn ! prrvrntril for only 6 cent hOMin liiimni IiitiI nri Tli nick ii m riirnl nnil HThrml, I'.nldfinlei kept from Inuring llidlannfnr fnri-nt- i of fnrin; ,ricii llintinnil ItKMKnY conifl lulhii fnll nml uprlnir nnil on lo.i in lr hum. flol'IIUON HOtl OIIOI.KIIA thxKl nr CAUSE AND REMEDY, From her upstnlrs Bitting room wingaied down dow Mra. Wlnklespoon Uncertainty of the inimcdiatej Into ber neighbor' back yard with future is looked upon by many men needle in the air. lljr goodness I" sho remarked. "I of hlTatrs, as a blockade to enterprise and business prosperity, and bould think Mm, Tlllotts would limruin this blockade is now quite apparent plybeating"her oriental niKit The girl them! Still, maybe lt'a all li We Pay Highest Market Prices For m m n Great Sale lTVT-TTf TATPnir riiin, iviiljuiimiki Mid-Season 2l OIOBOOIIllllB'll T lint nnd rendy trim-tee- d tho senson. Como in hnU we nro offcrinc nt 1 i m .Somo nnd see tho stylish nml up- these unhenrd of pricc. $45.00 $25.00 of the finest hnrjruin h in pnttern lints ever offered nt this time of Hats now $30.00 Hats now $15.00 5.00 curriinl irnTiilnllhiil(rii,('miliii. Wntmi, Prwrn. Hnmrs! nn1 mm-nnil TliiinHn.llnHilnli'lln.niiHllti',iil(1illllon hog to Ink in tri flfuli from the mm Iwil, llntter (tol Kxliy mil" rwt-loto- f nnil tnn your Iiori, At mir ilriiimUfn or m-uMin pile, Rnllnn t iunrt IIM Mitniifiictural rnnil Kiinrnntrril by lloiirtmn Itemnfy Oo., ltll.Rtoti, K) hold f 35.00 Hats now $2250 20.00 Hats now $13.50 Hats now $8.50. New Stanford Druq Co.. Stanford. Kentucky. b K '& PHm mM bJV " HIGHEST MARKET PRICE PAID FOR RAW FURS AND HIDES Wool en Cttnmlnlon. Writs for pries- Ik. mcrtlonlfig Ihlt id. AND HIDES JOHN WHITE & CO. j&tQmk ' SS2. CASH FOR ACCOUNTS AND NOTE coiwh iNiHily ami direct when juit plnce tlii'in with tin V wnke collections nml look nftcr fur (Milled ion. Canada, nml claims anywhere in the Fulled States nml inakf mi chnrp' miles mo collect. Hunk reforenrc. Correspondence invited. MAY'S COLLECTION AGENCY, Somerset. Kentucky. Household Furniture efforts of Congress with no fixed purpose; Organized Labor ns a new factor in jxilitics; 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. 1I want Prosperity, Peace and Plenty. Head with care the Cincinnati HiHuirer, a journal that prints all the news each clay from every commercial center throughA barometer of out the world. causes and effects that points out, as a Deacon Light, the tlangir and the safeguard therefrom. As well known, the Daily is the largest itr size and Inchest priced paper in the United States, ytt cheapest, mi.iMirid by throughout the channels of trade. right!" The Presidential I'lccliou; the "I guess she In-quir- cr nuahty and (inutility The WV.Lly Knquircr, with the cream and digest ofall the news, able and conservative editorials, mnrket reports, methods and results from Government and State itcritni.-lixperiment Stations, matters, People's Forum, choice literature, vhort and continued stor sermon, general ies, information, etc., with the exclusion of all matters of scandal and iin-- l morality, is today the Cleanest Weekly Family Journal obtainable. Kaeh issue is nlonc worth the price of a year's subscription. noii-siciari- got 'em at a bargain Mra. Spcechcr, ale," commented Sr'oo us before you sell, get price peering out ahrewdly "They look It. in rountrv or delivered. I do believe If that woman ran acroi a bnrgaln sale of cofflna she'd outfit the family! Well, I must bo going!" Out on tho street Mra. Speecher remembered that she wanted a cake reclpo from Mm. TlllctU, so she turned In at the gate. PHONE 153. "I know you'ro cleaning house," she apologized, "but ! thought you wouldn't mind me! Oh, our girl la Just bringHENRY L. CASEY. D. V. S. ing In the ruga! How nlco they look! Kxcubo me, but I Just Ha! Hal thoucht of Bomcthlnc funny!" "What wa It?" demanded Mra. Tib' Former Director Animal Industry letta, sitting down on a atcpladdcr and! Philippine Islands- out a duatcloth. inarian United Stutes Army "Oh, It wasn't nn)thlng much," said (,mco LOGAN'S STABLE, Phono MS". Amer.can Hog .nolora Serun, h.TwteUcr'tnct dooHhls DANVILLE. KY. andj ernoon, nt Mrs. Wlnkelspoon's, ? sho looked down Into your back yard . nnd said It was too bad you didn't know enough to know you couldn't U T7 41 beat oriental rugs and that you were V TURKEYS H. B. Northcott. 0 O 223 MAIN STREET, SAUNDERS DANVILLE. KENTUCKY. 01 iOli::CBOlOlOiOl-::CiOiOiOi::i::iOiO- T. K. Tudor. Mgr. Veterinarian, Clothing, Shoes Hats, Pants In Fact Everything at Cost Come now and get your S.At simply spoiling them!" v iXIIt f",l VIVJL T JLIIVJ VI.N Wei.ieliipotiltlonlonoHllklndi i ' " Sss" suits, add rirrccers, of all kinds, dininq tables, par- We have some special baraalns in bed room Solicitors for subscriptions make n handsome profit and increase the good influence of The Knquircr in the uplift of morality and industry, and for the betterment and welfare of the community. For terms write to' The Huquircr, Cincinnati, Ohio. and Iron beds. Also line of nice chairs erctlDE. luch at UlocK worn, ud. lufnrt. we inn Mre Tlllctta dropped the dustcloth hnn.uiiii.nii,iLriinpHmike anything from ,,ot. We can angry pat. blio and gave her hair an promptly and gunrnntee nrt-cln- u Indignant' work nd iimu-rlnl-. ()ll nnd gt our prlccf mirvfrpd her caller with Inly your iimirinii ien. L.V. ejea. "Did she say that7" sho demand- l1)G F.ull-(L(Ir- o ed In tho repressed tono that stage, hetolncs employ whrn making known Stanford. Kentucky the fact that there nro Immenso arens or bottira emotion wunin mem. wen. " ' aon ' Know "8 '"urn nuoui ont-ma-i rugs in mimes uu unuuuu ,ui-- ' kiespoon does In two months I I'll cut 'em up Into scraps and make rag V carpets of 'cm! The Idea! I'd thank ,n atnn nnlni- - Into mT affairs! "i l :rT":; guess If we haven't n touring car that j V ti5-i la mort caged like somo people's we. tis-XtSJW aren't precisely Uenignteii neamens -i. i i.i. Oriental rugs. Indeed! Why. I was " brought up on oriental rug?!" "Now, youimustn't let It worry you," "I v- snld Mre. Speecher, soothingly. wouldn't pay a bit of attention to any- UNDERTAKE AND EMBALMER of con- - tt . 0 OtVJ. pick of goods lo j. C. McClary iir 1 At 'vP.g ia 7i?r!Xi jRy f :; ' SAM ROBINSON Stanford, Ky H Tl r4il I taB "BALL BAND" RUBBERS Every pair of famous "Ball Band" Rubbers and boots are made from highest grade materials; the quality js never cheapened in these goods to meet competition. This is why they have so many satisfied wear- ers. We now have a large assortment of these goods. Try a pair and you will not be satisfied with anything else. a. ej s lor and library tables, rockers reroptlon chairs, comforts blankets, late curtains, shades carpets, mattinqs. ruqs. oil cloths and linoleums. LL.Beazley&Oo AND UNDERTAKERS ALSO DEALER IN FURNITURE, RUGS. THEY WILL EXCHANGE - FURNITURF FOn ALL KINDS OF SOCK GIVE THEMA CALL. PRICE . RIGHT. MAT-TING- W. A. TRIBBLE, Stanford, Ky. t V . V .v a J if MONUMENTS OUR DUTY to our departed ones is plain. We should erect an appropriate MEMORIAL over their final resting p'jtcc. 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 froni. t 1 Wm. Adams & Son. A'2 N. , ro.rJway. . Lexington, Ky. ,Vi -- . vi..v". Tliictis . . ViltA drop. ktcadr to the latt on In I'or the tho sake of even tamtly, tniltt on liarlnff Smokeless - Sootless-Odo- r-! Coats no more ttian in- frlnr titnVwiirnn klndV. Bayts eyesi sayci money. Yourdealtr has it Jn barrels direct rrom our wora LMHSVRU. KY. Anto OIL Motor OawMae. BtsteOT at Warns, Fa. aUam Amf "What on earth was there for her to get mad about?" uuny jK'ople are now using "Not a single solitary thing!" as HORSE iiggrievciiiy Mrs. Paxtine Toilet Antiseptic serted certainly Speedier, awful temper . PROTECT YOUR has an "She The new toilet gvrmlclilo ponder tolb She said jou couldn't tell an oriental disMiIviit in water ns nettled. rag carpet and that Also join-selwhen dri inir this euld For nil ull t nml hygienic uses It is from a homemade every one was talking about your ami rioro ecuiioiiiie.'il. better for venthcr. We are being mortgaged." To cleanse and whiten the. sat down and Horse blankets, lnp robes aiid ear-- t Mrs. Winklespoon tcetli. reiiuivi! UrUr nml prevent deeiy. hard. "I'd neer have be-- itio heaters. And all horsemen To dUIufect t!ia mouth, deout "I n..,i n nf her." she got tongue! never supplies. stroy disease germs nnd ' Just thouEht she bad such a purify tho breath. let her say again that our car Is mortteeth nnd To keep nrtltlclul Stanford. Ky. caced and I I'll sue her! Ilio meai J C. McCLARY, lirlilir,.iTorl clean, odorless Jealousy becauso To removu uleotlno from tho teeth and Sho Is grecl with they haen't one, and goodness knows purify the breath after Mnol'ilnc, ' ours Xs taken. her out- In.. - . . often . To eradicate, perspiration, nud botly Vv .1 ' auu ctlors bv snoniro tiutltinL'. niough! This Is Iny manKsi rugs , Xho best untliei,tllJ wnsh known. wasn't I on tho committee to buy 6ryKSt'iVE1 tU;L wenV doesn't that I PelieT" awl TOT t"9 parsonage and Inflamedevei. lie.;!xoratllt0ltt.W01ltlds my. judgment !jLfiBn'4tf ' and cuts, as nnd 50 cts. n 1mx. urtiirglsts. prove that don't" want an.ubitig mors good? 1 .i i or by mall postpaid. Smiipio Free. . to do wiin . uer. THE PAXTON TOILET CO..Coton.Mis. . ..!.!. II ! you uue some oiuni, I'm glad "I Speecher Mrs. COttmended wouldn't stand It, either!" On her way down the street Mrs. Instead of Liquid er I guess not!" said Mrs. emphatically. The day after that Mr3r. Speecher dropped Into Mrs. WInklespoou's again "You really don't know how to take "I acme women," she mourned thoucht Mrs Tllletts such a nice. sensible person nnd yet when ! happen) to tell her In the kindest possible way .. . .. U . uvu.imb r" tnai v o lnuu ami uvi kn.llnn ho. rill..' and were afraid she would spoil them she actually lost her temper! You ourht i have henrd the things she said! You couldn't bribe me to repeat them!" "You tell me this minute!" com- thing she said!" "Well. Til-lctt- e STANFORD, - KY Home 'fbone l Office 'Phone 1S7 al-n- u Antiseptics Peroxide manded Mrs. Wlnklcspoon, excitedly I W. E. Perkins, CRAB ORCHARD, KENTUCKY. f s FIRST NATIONAL BANK, STANFORD, KENTL'JKY ed ,. PROGRESSIVE STRONG . ACCOMMODATING And Seeking Your Bank Account, CAPITAL $50,000, 1 . Open an Account With us TO-DA- Y. SURPLUS $25,066 Sollte Lamp Oil INTERNATIONAL. DICTIONARY THE MERRIAM WEBSTER The Only New unabridged dic tionary in many years. N Contains the pith and caaence of an authoritative library. Covers ovory field of knowl. cilgo. An Encyclopedia in a single book. Tho Only Dictionary with the New Divided Page. 2700 Pagos. 40O.C0O Words. 0000 Illustrations. Cost nearly half a million dollars. Let us tell you about this most remarkable single volume WEBSTER'S NEW Speeshermet a shame.-- " she said, touchy spoon Is CHAS. C. STOLL OIL CO.. Hlrit-Otme- U r 1 WINTER TOURIST TICKETS FLORIDA AND ALL SOUTHERN RESORTS ON SAL.B happened and fo say tfct I was in your bouse sfi 6urs right out und said you were so envious of her car It made her sick and she'd never take you riding again you'd fcfter hearing somewhere that She car was mortgaged! said her even threatened to sue you!" "Sue me!" echoed Mra. Tllletta that's clutching the fence. "Why-w- hy scandalous. I'll tell my husband! ir. Tllletta Is going to sue you!" gasped Mrs. Speecher. bursting Into Mrs. Wlnktespoon's house ten minute "You'd better do something r "thought I'd give you warn' quick! Ine!" I tfrlH", "lg.J" "tliat Wrs. I Just PLENTY OF LUMBER for nil purposes. ON HAND So if ou want to n build n house, u burn, coop, a dop.' chicken ir house or u fence, eome We huvc here for tho materials. ull sortu and uhea in both ruugh nnd fiuished lumber and if. wo can- not suit you in kind, quantity, qual- Mil FARMER: Make your home as modem lor vour faniilr as ice, -etideuce, and place yourtelf in a position to get the latest market quotations at any .lime, inn can te tccompusneil uy means ot our 'elephone semce which you and your neighbors can get for a sum that is email compared with the beuelits received. Call or address our nearest office or write direct to leadquartcrs, Nashville, Tenn., for information regarding our special "Farmers' Liue" rate. If you are not at present enjoyiug telephone service, we can immediately interest you. Our Hues cover the States of Kentucky, JYniit-rsee- , .MisaisHippi, Louisiana anil tLe ooutliern portion of Indiana and . IHiuoia-EAST TENNESSEE TEL. & TEL. CO. (INflOHrORATKIW RURAL TELEPHONES. FOR SALE PRIVATELY. u farm havj decided to ell privately my proper!) n! Muekeye cniiMstinj; of one two htor heven room dwclliiitr, 4 acres A HOUSEHOLD MEDICINE vu OAHUV ALL EQUIPMENT ELECTRICALLY LIGHTED DINING CARS SERVING ALL MEALS A LA CARTE 'kIiHHbsI lSSBBVm ssssssss nr-tr'- i -s- sssk Writ for sample pags, full par ' I ssssrT'mS-A- m .TssssVXissV 2 ticulars, etc. Name this paper and ' we will end free set of Pocket lOWl is Mpe GOOD RETURNING UNTIL MAY 31, 1912. rM FULL PAITNIUftS, Oil W ANY TICKET ACENT. 101 PEN & ME9KNT MVTE, ssrV.S vBssssBsier .ssssssssssssP o warrs H.C rlNQ, PsMtntw sad Tldut AMt, St, UXINQTON, KY. ftCMefihaCo. I , MeM.Hr ftrtet-aeM- Fifteen minutes later Tllletta and ity and price, nobody can. Wlnklespoon, each summoned by a Stanford, Ky. hysterical telephone message, rusae4 J. A. ALLEN. to their stricken homes. Halt an hour , con-later over the back fence they and eluded their arbitration meeting FALL AND WINTER STYLES. turned Ihetr backs to their houses to winter samples full grins. iniii their ribald corner and bay ut,Myuuvnewiuiu) and your inspection (or "Come over to the market "Then. "bey couipiUe the best on thewho had a cigar," aald Wluktesoon. can 'null anyone as to price wiping Mrs. Speecher off the i.i pinnies inua u order. A suit aflr I ., " . v there's nothing more to jimUe to our measum is preiernuie map session to do, Is tbereT'l domes, to ubyb mem thla to ready made "Search me." agreed Tllletts. "Say. made to measure doesn't ot anj was the rorall about, anyhowr more tban ready 'jnade wbea ;Qalltj what Winkle-spoo-and (It la considered. Come 1b aad niamed If ksowl" aald cheerfully. "But think what a let me take your measure. H. C. RUFLIV, Ttw ITsetleeJ TaU they'll have making upl" n, Iltiwnj: inui-linte- good time of laud. Kood tobueeo und stock barn well, cistern, store house ull ueceiu nry out biiildiuRs ono of the he"t ctMiuU for store in flanaul. If not old by December 1, I will rent. AUo 70 neres of good hemp or below miles lobaeeo land 2 !i lluekeye on pike will sell in 2 tracts or its a uhole, well watered and fenced. Near Ounns Chapel. You're losinjjmoney Rletwrd I. lurton, advertise" iu the I. J. 0 lluekeye. Ky. l-8"-1- Thai stops coughs iiiukly a Jul cures eolds i FoleyV Honey ami Tnr Compound. 5Ir. Anna Peker 2520, Jcffcrxoii htreet, So. Oinuhn, Neb., ways: "I eun recommend Foley' Honey und Tar Compound us u It Mire cure' for coiuzhs and eolds. cured my daughter of a had cold and my neighbor. Mr, lleiison, cured her self ond her whole family with Foley's Honey and Tux Compound' Kvery one in oiirr neighborhood rpeaks highly of it." ShuL'ars and Tanner. if you ilon's THE IMTEmOR JOUR AL. STANFORD -- KENTUCKY FRIDAY. NOVEMfEB 17. IBM ' 0 o O v. 0 0 0 w 0 0 o 0 0 0 o a 0 a aooooiM : 0 a 0 o fioflflo a oc o00o0000p0 & & ft && & o & 0 0 0 $$h &$$$$$&$& ft 0 0 o 0 o 0 0 0 0 0 0 Men's FORCED SALE to RAISE MONEY To Save Us From Financial Ruin E325?8. Ing, shoes, hats, caps, pants, overcoats, raincoats, of all kinds, and gents' furnishing goods, dry Goods, 1 SATURDAY, NOV.5 days1 th at 9 o'clock and continuing for any thing to be found in any city must go 0 o o O O ladies9 0 Q Handkerchiefs 8 l-3c Ladies' Handkerchiefs lOcand 12 1.2c quality 5c Handkerchiefs at 3c 1 lOcand 12 Inequality 5c quality at 8c 3c 0 0 , 0 0 0 " Owing to the backward seasons and disastrous weather conditions we find ourselves overstocked, our bills are due, "Cash is King," 9 0 w .t . . . . .. i. i i i. .! nr i ii. siuck 01 yuuub mio .. j casn. tine unexpected comes & reaay i and (JASH we must nave we nave iu cunven ims iai&e, new uiu 0 S o i- -?- up-iu-uu- ie i.i 1 0 MENS' ALL WOOL SUITS Ilest make worth -- .'.. v- . tin p unci . Men's )tiri' wool muK ,"-- '' .1. .. il . . FVFRYTHING NEW AND THIS SEASON'S LATEST CREATIONS Hats Clothing WAIT FOR THIS BIG C A f T? Shoes it lts. ""'. SSUBrjSSZrXXySt ZjUXZUWmXiiH WiSLUiiI T'S" U SW-V- s' R!'A't5JW!CCgg.H. I!') ,,,!Jg'i''fJlimjLl!.'.J 0 ". vJ.riU anil AH kiniia JOHN B. STETSON lint; halo price $3-9- 8 lints nt Seiatch .! ".ll i.rii-- The Home of ity and style Men's a! woot mmi in r!iiL', '"" Serge, Inn. Onix. '"k . mi-ir Cusliim-remixed u.r-ted PURE WOOL ninl MS Side pru e $1 l.'u jj,,,. o r,Q nli .j:;' ,.ont sweater worttli ;0 l , Mens nil wool Mills vurth $U8 . $3.L8 Kj r() i ij t.oat HW(..iteM sale $10 mil U"iO nlp pnee MENS' PURE WOOL $1.24 prico -, -eonti 5l. H1j 39c Overcoats nml rain-proj sweatetrs now worth J2.f)l) mid $.:.. iiui- -i vy ?ioao at LADIES' COAT SWEATERS Men' overco.iK well woith 1"."0 Pure Wool Lor.q and Short . . SI I 98 nml $20. S.ile pnee . .2J8 :J.'i0 and $4 ipialitv now Otreoats for men ami f2..r)l und $:i quality now . .$1-9- 3 worth ?12.50 anil $11 now ..$8.98 MENS' AND LADIES' And a lot of all sires, well worth Woven Underwear. $3.98 79c $10 at 1 Quality, the eminent 39c o0e quality now Qual- U")c nunlitr now '3C UNION SUITS 89c tl .50 iiuiilit v now . .S'IB K nnil Derbies now . well worth 2, : and f Fur. $2 9H Vrioiir. ..."I.1B l. roat Sweaters .... , r ' The stock is now bclnn remarked. No attention will he paid to what these nootls actually cost, Ittit we will cut nnd slash these noods to meet the demands of our "creditors" to save our nootl name. We are markinn these noods at prices that will he the talk of Stanford (or years to come, as we have LED alwavs in MERCHANDISE and PRICES. We have waited the last minute for this hin sale. WE NEED THE MONEY and you are bound to have the qocils Think nnce. and you will buy. Why not load m licavv now. when you have us at your feet. Jii ; Of all kinds, hiult and low top. patent; Icathn, uun metal, vicl kid and Mens' Hitih Top Shoes ft! now . $4.48 . . 'iow . . $3.98 '0 $3.48 GUM COATS AND SLICKERS 0 I ish llrmiil $2.79 - .0 hmUro ut . 1.98 l.i- hIw.i ht (!, m ( mi s.l.riil 3.98 A Nice Liqhtwciqht Dress Coat t -- enamel. ' j of $1.00 here will go as far as $5.00 elsewhere ,, i I Mis' 'v. ... and liqlit. Flannelettes, worth cents tier yard, now 8 Outlnns worth 10 and 12 All kinds of dry noods included in this sale. cents ner yard, Percales. 15 cent quality at 10 cents, dark American and Simpson Calicoes at 4 -2 -3 -2 1 .l shn-- H Mints at Fine Dress Shoes of the finest LADIES' BEARSKIN AND FUR Make of Styes. COATS t" ont 0 whins nt . S3.G3 $848 $3.48 .Misses' hir t'iintN w, rtb flL'.'ill Shoe p . . -"jll s,i.. nml in, nt $2.98 $6 98 .. nt 1 SHIRTS Shirt' T'.' Mints hi ! '0 Slurts ! Slmis nt c and 7ii -- ' 'ill Dress and Flannel ut . .$1.98 1.48 at .I9 79c 39c t J.'0 sh.., ot J .. $2.39 $1.48 10 and 12 -2 cents, at 8 -3 cents. Pure woolen flannels, worth 25 and 35c at 19 s,,., . . . t $.!8 Children's Bearskin Coals Worth 4, sale pine $1.78 Woolen and Cotton Blankets lllmikets at $3.78 . lllankets at 2.98 0 lllankcts at 2.48 . ItlnliketH nt lllniil.itM at 1.19 . , LEGGINGS Boys' Knee Suits 7.r; and $1 quality 50 qunlity now 50c 39c REMEMBER THE DATE SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 11th. Lasting 1 S D Ays Only f CORDUROY COATS ' LADIES FINE DRESS SHOES In vevct. tans, patent leathers, quit metal, vici kid. n.50 sh(,i. mm $2.98 . . M i'l Al ill shoe nt . '.'.50 shoes at '' sjinrs at . 1..10 xhoes UnitiT-- . 50 J2.48 . slill now ! In blouse pants, worsted and ensh orth U an.l U0. now $2.48 worth imported CORDUROY PANTS. mew, nil color. New YorVa latent, of 75c and $1 must ro ti ....39c fiOe, at IWurtti .'!..rin nml ."i hiiIm nriee S2.98 htj left .worth fl'J and $15 fcalc Ties worth 12.r)u and 50c, hale $.98 pnee iyc I'nntb worth. --'.rn and i'.; $1-Mile Suits worth $7..ri0 8 and $10 fii'i-pH- - pric e -0 price on tbeso $1.98 some at $548 JEANS PANTS 84c Itovs' suits worth $1, ifj, und fi..i0 sl.") pants ' ncan Men's and Young Men's Odd, Pants i'lS and Xor- of the best makes; foil' stes "i()c $7.r)0, 8.50 anil fO coats at S5.48 - "' $2.98 Other C'ordurov coats. l"i uuo worsted boats Woith z'J, t4 iiii.I f"i; s.ile piiie $158 ltli Sox ,itnht nuii-- eent iiiinlttx nmr . jthiiters, 'Jl cent ntinhtv now Woven Sock and Stockinqs t woith -- e nnd .t. now . . . 19c at . ... $1.98 1.48 $1.19 79c , J I'oml'orls nt .. 39c rl.75 Con forts nl . 19c ?l.'Ji Comforts nt COMFORTS .... .,1.29 $1.48 98c t ;ro nt .39c' 'l"A''H nnist nit at iiii.ilitv now ipiu iiy now lV50i SUSPENDERS nimbly now qunlitv lion und 10c ipinl'tx nt RUBBERS . f'.5( SUIT CASES Leather and Compressed Paher Mnt Cuhps lie li 8c '.Vie 39c f" Suit Casis at 19c J Suit Cases nt EC fl.'.O Suit C.isih at j H Su.t Cases t ., at $1.98 3.98 1.18 98c 79c Mes-cense- And ii lot Mint sell at Koat $1 in tome broken sires f:i. f 1. $5 mid .(! must Caps 9 f0o nnd 7re caps' non 125e caps now ooooooc-oo$ooooooo0- rnpi low made, with fu'l SI.48 pes tnnued belt Jouns, hilk t'lrans $4 now I'nnts worth 0, 7, and 8 sale 77c price $4.S8 42c I'nnts worth 4 and f"; Kale pric $2.S8 , 19c In the new effect, ROBINSON Kentucky ways ihrii tioii. Tliis bus piocd to be a threat ineomenienee to tlie as Ibev are .ill compelled o sit over on the left litu d side Hill Preacher. I)r) snaga cowb ami poor cows arc two that ilalrjmen should steer STANFORD Next Lincoln National Bank oooooooooo soosooocooooooooooo o o o o o o o 0 0 0 0 0 ooooooo6oooooo HOGWALLOW BLEACHED COTTON Ruhbrr boots. Felt mil 10i ipialilv boots of all kinds. Linht weiqht 12 Hom mid Ud Fox rubber sandals. Rubber arctics and liriiud, i;n 4niw er nr.l . 8 and rubber shoes. Heavy dull finish, rolled sole rubber, GINGHAM All at cost price. We must sell 1'is.t LMKile ot I)ics (iiiiirlmni these now. '.V lo l.V qllllllt MT -' Anythinq in the rubber line. 8 H of nil kinds. 1 3c I -- 3c ooooor-r-ooo- o PENNINGTON NEWS . Fiimi In His i Editor Miss Hosteltn lloeks box ol face cream IJ.iz rtarluw Iunk Hottb, ll.tvor. lias oiixiU if the church. Itepmt of the Do; strawberry The Po f E Own Fist depends I.irjrU u lii.s ability to have mo & The STATE BANK TRUST COMPANY, otfeis him (ho nppoitutlit) to r,avu his ufoiiey. ('all mid see Us ami open an nceount with us. We .ihMire you that you x mi lo hew out Ii - own f.n. nncal ili'htiuv. but his sic-ee- has ir Nenrly een mini ries in his ii'iii f t t ie i ,i -- im.w ss stands very liie.li in thiu fommiinity To kejp from liainr any mis umlerstundiiiK with anybody, Tube lloseley has cut a lot of hole in his ca i muffs. lpon his return from church laM Smuhiv, where he hstpned lo an sermon. Luke Mathewsln im- ineuiniei dci;.iii tne rnvtion ol jt hbed room to his stable. After a study of several days oor the brublem Isaac Hcl'wiMifjer has inadi) up bis mind that a doc is .(bout lis f;ond an any body else. CohimbuH Allsop had ii hard chill Friday rrorninif. He says this w the tirst t nun hi!) watch has skirted to ruuniiie; in teeral nionths-- . AlbiK Ieck met u man uL , a collar that ycailx report Hill preacher read ln List Sunday, lie has i-. clear of Breed jour favorite breed In a man ner that will conform to all of our requirement!. Successful ilntryltiK Is like riding n wheel. If j ou don't Keep moving jou . preached ninety four sermons railing a ciop of the fii'est sutet potatoes you ever saw. and lulcbin the IIimh- - of the church. In cash be bus nillected neiir'v four IoII.iin. Hesides tin. ntiiomit then luis impii iiiiiiteil to Ihin a par it mhI.s. one Inn ket ot". nice ptruii nous, one hooiKii le.!rid chiiken. be sides .i miibllin ot meal, a strii'i; necktie mid otlur liecessariei, of hf. CASH PRIZES FOR CORN I The I. ,I cninps mote fnnn nml Chief Sufferer In the Duel. The cost of duels Is dwelt upon by sjtle ifhcrtisitii,' tbnu nnv utbi r Aurellen Scboll In his "Heralnls- - countrj paper in Krntuckv. Tlure's cenccs." Ho tells of the elaborate n reason. preparations tnauo lor a hostile en i counter between two journalists whom J he knew. One of them borrowed JC20 No zi souiii, ii.n r M from Scboll to meet his share ot thv ' So 2t mouIIi, Ui:ii a a expenses No. ?. xortb, t.tu a. h. This sum was never re-o st. NnrCii.A.ij r, m. turned "After ten minutes perfuncNo.7.Iu.ja.i. tory fencliiB." he adds, "tbo principals .So. ti,J:wc. m. embraced euch other, and both left the t. JOS. 8. RICE, ground without a trratch I was the . onl man hit" DH. T. W. 2 L5N. TITCETHBLE Aa-on- Hours 8:30-1A St and t to l 30 omen .'lvern House flU Htanford I'M K WILL ADAMS , Livery; ill kinds of hauling, Dentist iS'arford, J. 1). packing. Ky. Fur-'nltu- J Stecnbergen. sells, builds, and adjusts scales nt rock bottom prices. See him for prices before von bi.y. Address Stanford. It K. U. pha. ut M. I. in- -i , will fall off No (lain man can iilTonl to erow tlm ' ott ilint will yle'd Rood Inj on (roim of clover l el every cow ctntiu on tier own Individual merit and not live on the profits from her fclster Tie dalrj fwg are our hest friend and the farm without them Is on tie ' .ttlUftsfllflU! PROFESSIONAL AND BUSINUSS CARDS B. D. CARTER RM W. N. CRAIQ. Ocullat and Ootlelan onTcTt over II .1. MeltobrrPT Store Stanford, Ky. OR aUf l.ne lecrets. Youis (o s,cive I State Bank w ' hcen for 50 yenr. The mini easily iHcuKtiizcd Alius bv the hat he worts A man died at the head of Gand er creek Ibis week. About the' only thini; he leaves, liesidcH a targe f.imi-Iv, Slrun Saturday that bo hud not Ru To Be Given Farmers By State Bank & Trust Company. The State Uauk & Trust Cora- pnny will irivc premiums as follows to the fanners of Lincoln county: Hest seed corn ( white) S7.50: nbo jfo- the fanner exhili.tiiitf 2nd best samples ot white corn TJ.oU, nml to the fanner c.ihibitiu;; the best sample of ,el!ow corn $2.50. Itiiii'c in to the bank and put 5 our suniplc! on exhibition between now nnd the 18th on which date all enliics will lose. The premium will be niwmlcd by an evpert ou the 25th of Nov. !M 1. Come in and muke your cn-- . 1 JO TfOit (o. , FOR SALE PRIVATELY! My place I now live on contnininc 1 t 20 acres house with four rooms and out bmldiiiKS, spring close to boute. A bivrxaui f sold in HO duvs.fl mileu south of Stanfoid in Jumbo. K. J. Yimi. StH"ford, Ky., IL F- - 1). No. 80 2p. 3. -- accomit of Poke Earle' '.' Celtin' bad lie has decided to his liniisi up closer to the ro:id in iiiiib'i that be m.iv watch tliputnin-r- Jtrs I hit pass by. Dunk IIdcUk Imik tnciil. tin nasi week look.ni,' for bin mule, whiih lie suciuiions was stohn from tin sap- ling nt Ibe I)or Hill church Inst Sun- day. As ut he Iihk no cine, though be bus n ked at least a doTen men If Ibev me Kuiltv. He believe-- , tht crime w:m committed by n tmn.h.r of some rlher church. MrnHKiuzic Allsop his decided not to Kit n new hat thik winter but wiP timi hi r old one nromnL We are sorry to have to chronicle r (he news thnt the Dok lli is niffpriiic from u crick in bin neck, musing him to look only in :i side- mt-nl- ears n;o. is a reputation of having raiscsl baiels of cnrii to the Here a few (n FARM FOi SALEI W. S. Drye & Co. HID oell pilvnlely a fnrm of about I3U acres In l.inco n county,, f mile from L'rnli Orrh UNDERTAKERS Kv. and EMBALMERb nicely located, most I., bottom! ard Hustonvllle, Ky. Inn., very productive livery ucrek Telephone In Office III i.ll. An nlinndnneA nr itiub nnlar' 'nml Aun..lnllv nflni.tM.1 In ..nil Anil I JOHN COOK ( i ood tfiiant r'ixr, house of three Veterinary 8urgecn and dtntist roouig on farm. Terms reasonable Specialist on 'II horse' and animal Applv at once to. ou' disease. Stanford. Ky. Phone 194 '. tf STATK BANK & TRUST CO., It. It tironaugtu Agent. I '''' the people, of the people, by the MACCABEES. people, A. U. Sine, FRUIT AND SHADE TREES. Deputy State Commander Ch.iinlierhiin'B Stomach and Livir Btanofrd, Ky.. Tablets do not sicken or trripe. aid Shrubs, Asparagus, Rhubarb, lVoni-t'STANFORD TENT NO. 7. nar be taken with perfect wiTelv Roses, Phlox, etc. Every thing Meets : 41b. : Monday ;. Mgni by Ibe must delieato women of tlm for orehurd, lawn and garden. No vomw:it child. The old nnd feeble will iiImi find them a most suitable W. W. OURQI Our prices muy interest AkciiIu. icnedy for aidipij and btrenifllietiiii! DKNTI3T. 20,000 people lead each issue of jou. rree Calalocpe. lheirwe.iV.ened digestion and for re- Office st Rssldt-- er H. F. Hlllenmeytr & Sens. tbo I. J. Are you talking to them v'ulutiiis the bowels. For sale by nil CRAB ORCt-'.RD-. llirtuitth mi ml! dealers. . Lexington, Ky. '; ''? load to Impoverishment CfeanllnvBS In tl'e dairy buslmss U more a matter of Inspiration than cdil cation In snnltary methods. Individual excellence Is the onlr safu Kulde to follow In selecting a herd of profitable dairy cows In figurine up the prollts from the cows the pust year don't neglect to count In the manure produced Moistening the hands either with milk or water befort) milking Is only a habit, and not u good one at that It Is mistaken economy to put off feeding grain and supplemental crops until everything In the pasture Is icnsumed J he true value of the w depends not on herself alone, hut on the feed lug, shelter and functional action of the organs of nutrition. Any dairy cow of any breed should give ber own weight in milk each month far at leant six months, and an extra good cow will do better. The grade cows are the basis on which the dairy business rests ut the present time and they are the cows that wo shall continue to do business with owing to their greater numbers and less tost. for-ag- Fp,fugs We tell von how. and navbrnt market We are deal r.. csublLhrtl finer. an J an dj UKlTI'lt fur ou a. than Bern" nr continuation Rcftmi3Cny lunlj in Write for uc 11 price Uu. e MONEY W: "n - ..THE.. LINCOLN CO. NATIONAL BANK corner next to Court House Stanford. Kentucky. LIVERY AND FEED STABLE STANFORD, KY MASONS' MEETINQ. I.liuolii IkIku Nu.no r,4 A.M. rill m,t !L'.,."lV,, ou encti ilrvt MoiKln) nliilits cf rneli monlti.itt mid T: Minn iMrv.'" V.,'r,'1"" .n !" M. SADCL 6. SONS 1) L M jk. JU IWUTIttE. II. DtiUrt In rum, HluES, WOOU oV iiiomion K lrriuHlrlrnliltolwirnl nliiKlon sc. tleiiibrsofilsti-rloilaesHr- '""!. T. W. fr. IW lP ane-hnl- HAS A Capital of .... $100,000 AND A Surplus of $100,000 AND TOTAL Resources Over ..$500,000 J " way " A TMC FirclosB iMTcoino intioMM IT. font wnntirra fit W. IticRini. RoVAL Baking Powder Absolutely pure i Fresh OyBtcrs just received. 1'icMu liros., at Jesse IiynnV ohl ntiuul. Meet me nt lltiitonvilto Sniunl.iv, ollpotiou i I November 'Jfilh for t taxes. W. I. MrCnrtv. She-rif- kv'aSsF The Famous -The bcit patt of the tlay gathered together around the lamp. The old dart ol the moly fireplace and ?rn " rRltlAV HnVFMRFR I? tqil " mi in M What fs Wrong With M m a a Wliit I'riinnin nml Minn Mimh Wil liiiinn, it popiiliir vmiihi rniiplo of the eoillily HCPiireil licence from f'onnlv Clerk PiMiper nml wore mnile one Ijv .IiiiIrh Hnilev linn week. Look out; ilim'l forjtot V, I,. n O o H Casey's Fee He failed to buy his shoes from o m o n m a m H a m a m m the linn ho ml n nltnosliip lor per rrnt to ilnl to your Iiixoh. MioitfC M Lamp H i& EH Gummins&Wearen We can fit you and give you the worth of your money every lime you buy. Hanan,' Our Special" and "Eclipse" shoes for street dress. Price MiCitrtv, Odll'. is the evening, when the, whole family is O Makes delicious plea? home-bake- d foods of maximum quality at minimum cost. TlmtikstfiviiiK i iiIiikhI here. Our snip id nttno- -t over. Cull iiml let u hIwvv u pirn lire oii how pIipiip you up. You uliouhl take wlvnntiiue of Ihli unlo. Snui Uolilrmoii. .Fuller Iilnl 1'nrmpr teflu the T. .1. to Miy thnt in a nhort timo lie Mill iiiuioitnre ln cnmlnlnev lor ru-el- flicatring candle are (rone forever. In their place have come the convenient oil Hove and ll.e injupenublc Kayo Lamp. in the United Stales tilorr, more llian 3,000,000 cl these Hsyo Tliere are r. larart, Rinnj their dear, while Lhl lo mote than 3,000,000 homes. Other lams cost mote, but you cannot get a bettT light than ihr low.pn'ced Rajro It has become so popular we mar almost call it "tho official lamp of the gives. . f.. OB H W - Makes home baking a The only Baking Powder made from Royal Grape Cream of Tartar American family." The Hiro is made of soTkI Lrau, with handsome mclel finish an ornament anywhere. AViW for a Rto Ump f wri" lr dVr.iie cirtal.r m ny aimer cf iks A1 o H o m Si M Standnrd Oil Company 'Incorporated) ' . w Mt Hon. s lliimlniU of ralriiit wcro killol in l.iieoln count when tit fnuit) Inw went out UViinmilRy. Almost oer IoohI lmnter rrtnrtied (muled iltiwn with mliliitn hut all report cfwiil sen rep. I will acll my home on d-- t hr. Minn me i e Mreit on verT oanv tomi" f..- - .. .....! i nrieo.1 it. II. ' C. Ihllllfhi the I i . i "IV , JkcSeS PERSONAL am! SOCIAL . I!. McKintiev wart m .Mt. Ver s No Alum No Unto iloodie ltvdd. of Crnh Orchard, took ilimii r hero Wednesday. . .Mr. and Mr, .lolin Meier anil two iiiimNoniP pliildnii. of Danville were L. Clover, p -. of Mr and Mrs. ilnvs this vvcefJ. Mr anJ Mrs. I). II. Muck, of of lliclimond, luie hern the Mr and Mrs. W. A. Tnhhle Tor mvitiiI ihiv Mr. J. M. Lone, is verv low nt his konio on IjOgnn nveniic. and his friends nro unite, uneasy over his cm-sts. loin of flour. tins Helm, of Lincoln rmm ih viMtint; the family of 0. J. Tluini oihI llnnvillo Mi'asenjjer. (lior:e I), rjorriipe unn in l.oui'.- ' ville on Imsine-- s tlio Inter part of the v k. ti i. Jfthii S. Kidiinxoii nml Mi lion Velnelnv l, Mii- - Hi rnndltlOII. I! Montgomery, Aln this week for a He has n hhott visit tit home splendid nlnee down in the land of ottna. Mn. A. II. Withers went to Thiin-duwhere she will nurse. Mr Alex Kohinson, father of Mm. J. II. Pnxton, of this city, vrho has hern quite ill thcro. W. "eal, vho lias been nt Utah, for the pint several is expect) d to arrive at More ' 'I.ii.irstins week to spend the winter nil wuli In father .1 C. Xeul nnd family. ' Ltin-muter v 1 Kim-berly, I. MeKcehniu pnino up froiii Vie V. Owens, who 1ms lw-- n vvo-- k inc fur tho Tenninnl Assoeintion nt .St. Louis for some time, h is heo on ".inl a t to 'is mother nt Crab Oreh for hPvernl days nnd ran down hern ednedav to shake hands with bis many frieds. vi- - SHE SUFFERED FIVE YEARS Finally Cured by Lydia 0. Vegetable Compound. F.rlo. P.i. sufTci-oPink-ham- 's K forllvoycara "I from female troubles n. d nt hit was almost iR'lpk's.--. X vvint to tiuee doctors aid they did mo no limxI. bo mv sister nd vised mo to try J vdi.i 1. pink. Vogotablo Coiniiound, nml hain'ti J. VVIICU M "II yw" I'jinntiioclnliMlvlcowrl(o 'Mrs.IMiililiiui), l.jiiii.IVIuKs., forit. Jtls irco nml nlvvnjs liclxiful. dnigb, end tolay holds the record for tlio largest iiitinber of nctual cures of fem.ilo diseases wo know of, and thousands of voluntary testimonials lire on lilo In tho Piiikli.uit hboratory nt Lynn, Mass , from women who liavo cured fn-- nlmost every form of fem-ilcomplaints, tuicli ns In iaiiim:u llou, ulu.Miiou, dlsnlaeements, tlbrold tumors, Irrosulantfoii iH'rlotllo paint, Kickache, iudlgistlou mil nervous nroitratlou, Fvery miITohi,? woman ovv es it to herself to glvo Lv ilia K. Pink- l.rt...l.. V 11.1111 3 lrn... ...l.t.. i UlllHllllll mat. l'll lilUHJ f..........r..i 1$ i.l .i U-e- Tteluul In goliL" Mrs. J. 1 II.vducu, It. F. 1). No. 7, Krle, P.i. Ljdla K Pin' ham's Vefietablo Compound, iiiailo from native 10011 nnd herbs, contnliis no uiircotiu or li.inn-fu- l only two bottles I could boo n bhr & 1 ' WW chiinge, son,ul xtook s,r bo"' " am 'L 1 1 Jnovr strong nnd well nsnln. I don't know how to express my inani s ur uio rood h n.is ciouo mo and I liorni all milfurlug women will glvo Lylh L". l'liikhim's V"getablo C'ommiuud n trial. It was worth Us StfcS&s. Iiail 1.1KCII mi I I'lldav Wforf thf bptitng. L i.v at opent hoii mis tepurtid Mrs bdllie Penee u wil lint HfoW, did not HI her firm. old middle need and Simitars and Tanner. ! lmrrels enpiv the vrtrioim features nt the Mr. Den Kh'K brnwht cntertaiiiiBcut beside a good s iptw of porn from Mr. Frn.uk Price at November snlnric for the enmity (lv'e aotip pickles eelerv, potato 2.7fi per b.irtel. school teiiehers haro arnveil mm chips mill sandwiches. Adniiss.ini .!. S. Skinner and Will Diekerr-nII. S. I'utinnii, of I.ibanon, 1'raukfort nnd Supt. Slnglrlou ha Mrs. Didv 'JO cents. made a short stay in Lexington Inst nnd h.vndMime vonni; won, ure giiosl it here for them. wck. of Miss Siisnn Fisher Wood an' HUSTONVILLE. Pnstoi Malinn wenl to Mt. Hebron The I. J., receives a number friends here. i other Mondnv where he begins n protr.ict-t- d Prof. .1. W. Ireland attended the interesting biters from correspond meiting. 1tiv. C.iswell of (ieorge Miss Ijiiii Deck who has been llainpiet at l.oeiiis-vill- o nt'- - in vaiious putts of the Pouutv, vn.v sick is much improved and her town will do the pruichiiur. Witlnetxl.iv nuht. which it does mil iip, bcenuse the Kev. Mah.in will organire a teach- Mrs. (hover ( Anderson, of Mt ' poiiiiriiiiiicalions are not signed. The tunny friends wish her n i.pculv tr.iining eour-- c anil n pnncr - names of ils eorrespond"iits are not er.v . Sterling, has lie n the iruest for sevMisses A. D. Hobiusnii and Har- mi cling in the very near future. eral ilas of her parents, Mr. and pnutcil liul we must know who ! Mrs K. P. Wood-- . responsible and therefore do not ry Hockir of Danville came down Fudav to the burial of Mrs ltecd. Mrs. V. O. Spied of lliiMoiiullu print unsigned letters. 'I am phased to recommind Chain and her smts. Mrs Hen I). Mr. (Ieorge Miller Oivens, of Itrad miltiin'h Cough Remcdv ns the best daughter, of and Imndsome COUGHING AT NIGHT foidsvillc is with Mr. and Mrs. A. 11. thing 1 know of and Mifcst reined v Junet ion CilVi were here jesterdny MeKiniiey this week. for coughs, colds nnd bronchial shopping. Means loss of sleep which is bad Mr. nnd Mrs. 'Ihomns Padgett, of trouble." writes Mrs. L. H. Anioht Mr. and Mrs. Charles Lutes left for evirvone. rolevs Ilnuev and llartwell were guests of Mr. and i.f I)i nver. Col. "We have used it this week for Ooldsboro. V. (., T,lr Compound stops ,, the eoii'-- at . W. M. l.nir Saturday. lepentedl and it has never failed . .. i .i whirc Mr. Lutes will have his hrad- - once, relieves me .iicKiini; nun. nrv- For sale by nil Mr. Charles Jones nnd family will lo give relief.' biijini; and sel- ness in the throat and heals the miartcrt this winter leave in a feve lnv.s for New Cuttle, dealers. ling hori.es and mules. Pi events a inflamed membranes. Mr. nnd Mrs. K. M. Ulnekcrbv. colli developing into lironeliitis or Indiana, and will probably locate AMD TO MANY OTHERS. TOO. of Louisville, have moved to their piiFiimonia. Keep alwnvs in the there. Mrs. Myllie llocker has returutd farm on the Crab Orchard pike, and house. Refuse substitutes. Sluiunrs from ji visit to Danville and Juncmil make their home permanently in ind Tanner. We were bom and raised n retion Citj. this county, their many fricmK wi publican, but somehow or other this be ulad to know s, Kstray. A small bunch of 1'irr.er Swope of Nashville, Tonn. man Woodrow Wilson looks mighty Mr. and Mrs. J. II. Itnuclimnn have been nt mv house at Jehu is with relatives here for a few dajs good to us. Klk Grove, Cal., Citileave this week for Atlanta, where Foster's farm. Ouner enn get same - Mrs. W. D. Newborn wild hns been zen. Mr. nauffknuin will nRmti handle by paving for Mm notice nil J tntir visiting in Louisvillo home enmo hordes nnd mules on a laruo scale. keep Ht Shird Dnris. Monday. For pains in tho fide or ehet Tliev will be accompanied by Henry A. J. Adams lift for week's hunt dnmpen a piece of flannel with Cham Hustonville, who will Hniichmnu of Lot. A pain red cow weighing ut Itradfortlsville. be associated with him. bcrlnin's Liinimcnt and bind it o: between 8.r0 nnd flOO pounds. Had M. J. McCorranck. and guest M. on; slit in left ear and small bell over the scat of pain. 1 h j. Kimbrough of Lexington left SHORT LOCALS. V. C. brand on left hip. Please re by .ill dealbird hunt ing better. For snlo turn to Owsley McWhorter, KidiVw Tuesday for a week's ers. near Columbia. Keinember this is the night of the store, Kv. Mr. . G. (ownn is confined to oeiul. his room with n severe cold. Itvoinei vvill bnnish catarrh--n- o Mrs. Dnttie Orr of Covington is MRS. LARAMORE lleinz mniLP meat, presirves, stomach dosing pist breathe it. . O. Speed this Ask 0. L. Peunv he guarantees it. tho guest of .Mrs. butter at V. II. Higgius. Itid yourself of that vile disease at peek. Mr. L'obert Xunnellcv, Sr.. vms, Lost. White Cameo stiuk pin. oik e. Complete outfit $1. Separate Upward for return to Hona bottle 50 cents Pronounce it High here for a shoit stay Wednesday. !U-lMr. John Sandidge who has hem Lady in Coodwatcr Describes Her v'witing her daughter Mrs. T. Luke Distressing Experience and Kveroue takes humo ucwtaier For Sale. A valuable builditr. Cuipenter nt New Castle, Ind., is or uia!;a7iiie and when the hiibserip-tio- n lot on Danville nvenue. M's. Char- home and brought the pnty little Tells How She Was expires just write or phono :ne lotte Warren. Jyli.i Allcen home with her. Finally Relieved. to renew it for you that does nwav Miss Annie Dunn, is the guest of with a lot of trouble. J. P. Drum-mon- Simt or Ohio Citt or TDMdo. if Mrs. Dan!cl Trajlor this week. LUCU OOINTT. Goodwater, Mo. "Ever Livingston, Ky. u Uul rcx J. Caiair mm cin'ii AIm0. mW Flojd Wright passed through lice little rirl " savs Mrs. Rilevsince I was Laramore. dotnc unnrr ot Um aria ot . J. uth bmlti la lb Cllr ot Tolrdo. Ooonlr ud SUM Mid Arn Don't forget 11. C. Onincs' annual fcftirrMltl. and thai 1K)LLAILS will pay IM nun of Monday on his way back to school j .iwasa great sulferer from dyspepsia. ryrrr lor J. II. Woods, Ilobert Mruco nnd I I suffered misery alter eating, and had com at Lancaster next Mon- OMi; ot HUNDRLDUiat eannol be currdrvh and use ot CaTaaaa tmm br la Ilona Mclvivhnie of Stanford attend terrible heartburn, llaixa CAT4UH ciaa. FRAVK J ClinNKY. day. He gives f25 in premiums. ed the ltaughmun salo Thursday. an4 aubMribtO In nr prfvrore. Hwora to bafora thought I had to suffer this way as Ha oaf ot ixoemntr, a. u . iih. Mrs. Ollin M. Pn nlcr, of Virginia long as I lived, but when I began to take L. Porter's sale uh Don't forget R. I A. W. OLEASOV, KoTilT ITBUC. visited her relatives, J. A. Main and Thedford's f In small on Tuesday, November -- 1st. Sie i Ukrn Intrmallr and liana Catarrh his advertisement in another column. dlmctly upoa lh Cure laand moroua lurtarwa ot arta sisters latt week. dojes, every night, the heartburn was all Ibe blood Misspk Lena nnd Mary D. Heck gone ln a few days, and I could eat 60-- 2 rralCA. band lor imimonlau. nr K. J. C1I1..SEY A CO.Toilo.a were here fdioppmg Saturday, , mom r an nrunliu. isc wilhoul distress. IlU llaUl ) amur lUla tor ronaUpatfcn. Mis Nancy Cooper nnd Mack 1 took two small packages in all, and There is a great difference In life I'cAVhouse spent Friduy with Dan- although insurance policies. Mutual Benefit that was some time ago, the moving his hoft ville friends. J. M. McCarty dyspepsia has not returned. Policies arc superior. I can show dnnk stand on is Mr. nnd Mrs. Howard Cnmnitz Depot street two I speak a good word for Thedford's you. Why not buy the best? R. M. doors south to tho vacant building and Mm. Wnlter VnnArilnlo and whenever I have the opback of the Odd Fellows building. It Harry Cnmnitz nnd sister, Miss EdNcwland Agent. W. Aeev will na nnd Dr. O. S. Williams left today portunity." is understood that J. If eating causes distress, wc urge you They vvill be gone a open up a similar establishment in for Dunnvillc. J'or Sale. Mv homo on Miller the place MeCartv vacated, mnkini week hunting and oh jou birds be to try Thedford's It Strict. Fred F.ichonberger. cleanses the system, helps the stomach to three in Stanford. Mr. MeCarty has cnreful of those lady hunters. digest its food, regulates the bowels, and put in handsome new fixtures, and Let me overhaul Vour iMitfohne painted and greatly improved his stimulates the liver. MARKSBURY NEWS cold weather new place. ongitin nnd moid It acts gently and is without bad afterD. Dallou. tronbhs this winter. Mrs. Jno. Greening has been con- effects. Try it. Price 25c. Leave word at the I. J. office. fined to her bed with a bcvero cold DOCTORS FAILED. RESTORED BY PERUNA. for the past week. Fnsh oysters, fruits and rye Miss Pauline Hunlette who hns 8tI-been visiting relatives in Nieholasvillc bread nt C. L. Oovcr'u Catarrh of tho Lungs r cumo last week to visit her Mrs. Herbert Brooks. Threatened Her Life. Miss Hijjgins of Paint Lick has Backache, Headache Nervousness. Mlns Ninette Porter, llraintreo, Ver- been visiting Miss Georgia Dunn. mont, write: "I hnvo boon cured by Mi?. Morton Robinson went to and rheumatism, both in men nnd lVruna. Hut to gel thcin jou hnvo to get women, mean kidney trouble. Do not "I hid several hemorrhages of the Itichmond Inst week to visit her son I lung. Tho doctor did not help me Mr. Frank Robinson of that place. your ammunition from Coffey & nllow it to progress beyond the reach James League hns sold his Coleman. Don't forget thnt vie enr-i- v of medicine but stop it promptly with I much and would never have cured me. and vvill mako his homo with Foley Kidney Pills. 'Ihey regulate ' "1 saw a testimonial in a Peruna tho very het Iin of shells to bo his sons. tho uction ofitho urinary organ. Ton- aliuanaa ot a caao almllar to mine, and Mr. League hns rented his farm of had nnd want to supply nil of our ic in action, quick in lcsults. Rim-g.i- I commenced using it. "I wag not able to watt on myieli 10 acres to II. L. Hoso for cultiva- hunting friends. and Tanner. . when I began using it. I gained very tion nt $100. Mpssrs. Joo Hutchins Nearly everybody knows that our lowly at flrst, but I could see that It and Clint Hill will occupy the house. Hiirtvvell Shnnka leecived n trio was helping mo. One of the best meetings of recent gt merits cannot bo c.e!cd any. of fine Dlnck Orriiniftqn chickens "After I had taken it a wlillo I com- vears hns just been closed with the vvhero for freshness nnd price. If Irnm hid uncle, T. II. Shnnks, at menced to raise up a atrlngy, sticky Fork church hv Pastor Mnhnti and want vnu. Wo rivo prompt delivery Columbus, On., this week. nubstance from my lungs. This grew Kev. J. P Jenkins stato ovnngclist. nml polite service. Try us. Cof. loss and less lu quantity aa I continued The church was both strengthened v I um pajing highest prices for tho treatment. and numerically. Thore fey ft Cotemnn. fresh eggs, chickens nnd nil kirm.s "I grow more flosby than I had been were eight conversions nnd quite a COFFEY d COLEMAN, of country pioduce. Fields Hros., for a long time, and now I call myself number lomeil uv letter, bvery one Prompt Delivery.J 1l-was delighted with tho preaching of ct Jesse I ii tin's old stand. won." Stanford Phosphates cnliinir. drvnewi Mini lie', ling in the throat lnMiriMnp-- . nnd all cpHielm and pidds, takp Foley's Honey anVTr Compound no opintes Iir Dii'l iii ilii-dii- i, -- fall to attend th bv (hutch. 17 vtmiig p" soeml le "i tie He the wof.l hv Mr. .lenkii.-- . no mm hmerv ns mmiv m..d rn eviin- them in II c eUnreli. iJlata iln in will be r Horlidnt-- . tvt iMlptl-- m imnti rwptire.1 m Mr. Jonah Jliir-er'mxt HiltunlJiv ntl r. iMn nrum id be hositiiws moi tii": dock. . Ji-- t Jie'd tit tue ihnn'l ill - P u.l m nl n 0 a p EH a $2.50 to $5.50. It will do you good to take a look at that "Good-yea- n a V- -' .. M-- N'lvcirlur '. ji H S3 v Welt" in a high-to- p that 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- .r CuifliDiDs & Wearer? Stanford, Ky. H m BI ii Si m Si m Si Me-(Ira- s m m h .. Mi-si- Si a $i Si & Si Si Si Si Si SZ Si Si Si O Si Si a& Si h VELVET CORDUROY o & tur-kev- For Suits, Skirts, etc., in Brown, Black and Blue, 50 cents per yard. Aviation caps, Toques, Scarfs, and ' & J & fin a Sweaters ;;; SO-t- p. ai-pl- n s) -- TELLS JROUBLES We are prepared to supply your demands for cold l?H )i weather, Remember we handle only goods of qual. v.. ' ity and guarantee prices. '' "Winter underwear and( hos- - 9 iery, Comforts, Blankets, Out- - J ings, et c. p. 0 iil Si St 90-3- p. Hughes, Martin & Co. & SfanfnrH TCv d, 9 .ZSSS3S2S32: 1 " Black-Draug- ht, EAT BREAD And If you want qood bread order Bautjhman's No. I Fancy Patent Flour from vour nrnr-pr-. He will R charns you osly 75 cents for a 25 POUND SAHK unit vnnr fnmllu can live a whole week or lontier on it. Sea how little It cost to live if you will EAT BREAD made of Bauqh-man- 's flour. YOU CANT BEAT IT. Everv sack nunrnnfeeri tn Up STRICTLY FIR.ST CLASS. Dn S.llft In PVPrv nrneerv fnr In Stanford, and the mafority of the stores in the county. Black-Draug- ht B!ack-Drau- Quail Are Fine This Fall J. H. BAUGHMAN & CO. Stanford, Ky. ty FIT, COMFORT Si DURABIUT Y IF A YOU rs WANT A SUIT OF C L0THES WITHOUT AN EQUAL THAT INSURES THE WEARER FIT, COMFORT AND DURABILITY. TRIAL WILL C0NVINCEJ0U. THE GOODS. WE MAKE THE PRICE AND SELL sph-itunll- 'on L. L. SANDERS Grab Orchard, Kci.lucky.j (jj q & a a a a fi ft o 0 0 AL. STANFORD KENTUCKY miDAY. NOVEWDER PUDLIC 17. 1911 ,w, CUML TU LUUI&VILLL , OUR EXPENSE s y a & o oaa && aaaoa lit THE FARMERS For Snltv Kire votiinr Jersey cow nlo n couple of lirood sows' and 8 bIuwI.x. SALE! Al r 0 0 0 0 ' o o V V,'. Purchase a round trip ticket from your, home to Louisville his store, take when vou have completed your shopping In your return ticket and your sales checks, which arc qlven yoii with each purchase to the credit desk (South end of building) first floor. 5 per cent will lie refunded on the total amount of your purchases, up o the amount of your round trip railroad fare. Refund SPECIAL NOTICE TO CHARGE CUSTOMERS: made only In cash, and at time of purchase. Refund cannot he credited at the time of settlement of account. S. Turpi!!. 8S8. i n bujer for n fanti et about 100 nerH well iniproed nnd n pike. If von It.irfl nnytlinis; nonr ' this, llM It with uk. Hughe & Me- - r (12if Cnrtj, Stnnford. lor Snle. 'Jo two venr old tnules 88-lJ in uen Mos-c- r. f For SnU'. A uire lit tin farm, ron- frintini of 10 mtv. William l'oiter. (.'Iiarli"' I.ulcs bought n tenm at horso mules from S. J. At vers this week for which he paid We Iinv-- J. j ter w r PsHWRK vvs will sell nt publie miction on Tuesday. November 21. 1911 PeBiiimiij; nt 10 n. in., at mv place tTirro miles from Stanford on the Lnpennter pIVe, the fullowinir propI jbKv erty. ASHAMED OF HER FACE "I una nshnmeil cf my fnce." write I'lrknnl of North Curollnn. "It una nil full of rminles nnd eeurs, but nfler uln IJ. I l l'rerilitlon for lltxtma I enn mtv Pint now there m no Mrn of tlmt Uczcnui nnd that win three yenr nco." Thin In lint one of thoumndi of enn In which I). I). I). Inn nlinplv waslml 1). I. I. oway tho .iikln troiilde. flennrm the uliln of tho jtermn of dkln lVorlaiilM nnd other erlnii li Inntnntlv, nnd illene: slopn f I)it I', noon tho con- whr'n uneil with Nothlnif like eein to e tern.,ir' it H. Ii. P. for tho con flexion. Trinl liottle SS eoiitn. ennuch to r'nvo tho merit of this wonderful rem-ti- lt you n full r!o Wo itin nlfo hottle for ll.Ofl on our ntunlnte foils that If thin xerv riMt bonis noth-Into clc you relief it will coit you Mlmi 1 $2(10. Do Your Holiday and Christmas Shopping Early c By our liberal rebate plan above or our mail order department. Your orders will be filled lust as satisfactorily in wrlllnq as If you were shoppina In person. Our holiday and Christmas stocks arc now complete, showinq the area test variety in the history of this store In .all .attractive new novelties and standard articles for qifts for every oc- 0 Also bank stock. . Jl. .ft .Stanford, It I'oner, t'nllcn v Kj.. Sam Son of Hloomfield, sold one marc mule to Chin Shuddle of Bourbon, for 1!3 and fine mnre inule co't 10"i, Simon Weil of l.cxituttou, purehas 3 fd from lllnier Deatherace ntid othSr er parties in Mudisou county over 1.10 feeders. The prices minted from u to ,r 4 cents Chnrlev I.utes bought of J. II. I'nimhma'i " U7 luad of 110 pound fat O entile nt to INCORPORATED. Q of next April. He to the first half pot from W. M. ... 'ft .Moser 20 head of cattle to so nt the . They first of next .Mny, nt ") r'j weighed l.Oot) pounds. lie ulo from K. W. l'rire a carload of fat $& & & ft cs & :': & & V w hops to so nt the last half of March He trot two of f 'K & Int i & from the snnie partv nt n POSTED tnney pri"e. Chas. I.utes loualit a load of hi 'i Cured by the Marvel of the Oentury l.T-- s mnre mule-- , fit fircc'islmnr. D. D. D. Tested for 30 Years. Hermiui Hirfcolz. G. Y. Hasty Drives out blood poison In any !nd.. and vhinppd them In dold-diorC. T. Wilson, ('. M. Allen, stage, permanently nlthout deadly NC'.. where he will sell jhem tht.iush mercury, with pure botanical Ingre- the ICentiiebY Horse and Mule o., . I 0. Guoch. J. R. MantiinR The l"i:3 . II. Plummcr, dients. To nroe It v.c win send you a of which he is the head. Jteichcnbach Bros. 3AMPLE TREATMENT FREE hand mules o.l him t207.ri(l n head Jacob GniiJer Fred Von Allinnn It you nave ulcers, catlnc sorcn. He picked up a number of etm Jlnttie II. Hcwiw. S. II. BuiiRhmtin Itclilng, humors, swellings mucus horses in this section hist weeV at patches, bone pains, offensive pimples, from MOO to M73 to ship south. W. V. Bclden Fred VonAHnmn. oi eruptions, lake U. B. 0. (Botanic Chnrlev Lutes shinned sit carJ. 11. Gooeh John lleuoti. slood Balm). All symptoms heal l(or-lan- d Win. and John Huffman. quickly. DIood Is made pure and rich, loads of Export rattle from week, to Baltimore William Cordier. J. R. Myers. completely changing the entire body he housht nt from hist to ." which .". Into u clean, healthy condition, heal J. W. Iiamjhuinn. I.. P. Xunnellcy, tug every sore and stopping all aches, He b light mftst of them fro'n J. II. J. F. Gor, Mi- -. W. G. Mcltco pains and Itching curing the worst Banjdimnn and Forestus Ifehl Theo case of blood poison. Druggists or exporters weighed from 1400 to 14."0 Mrs. Pcltie Spoonumore. LARUE MOTTLE by express, Jl G. l Kofrcr, John M. Curler. with directions I'Klt homo cure. SAM-pi- e nnd were in fine dmpe beina one for if the best lots shipped from thi J. R. I'amcnisch. pent fioc by writing Illood Halm Sam Castello t'ompany. Atlanta, Ga. Describe your point in Home time. Mr. S. I). I lint I, Charles Rose, a Clark county farNotice. No one allowed to hunt IronLle and Iree medical advice given. Sold hy Shugars & Tanner, Stanford. mer, bnusht a steer the past week. on my farm. Fox Duddcrar. nt ." 0 4 cents per po'ind. that is probably the larresl nnimnl of the ii raised in the Miiesnns- for a nur'ier of years. ' The I.qviiip weisrhed 2.100- - pounds, and It lnensurcd 10 in heigh. vns of tlii ShnHhiir" lired ni'd was id nt th Cincinjinli Stock V'nrds.'j Simple way for any family to retain the good health of all its members wnere it was rnipjieu, in nave necn (he largest hee1 eer received 'lpon The animal was The editors of "Health Hints" and Its tonic lncredicnts strengthening tho Hint market. "Quettluns and Answers" have ono ques- nerves, brines about a lasting cure. and if fed for n longer Is put to tliem more often than Amonc its strongest supporters are Mr. tion that u.,y other, and which, vtransely enough, John of 98 Milwaukee Ave.. neriod would likolv have increased tl.ey imd the most difficult to answer. Detroit Mich.. Mr. J. A. Vernon of Okla- j in weight to 2.700 pounds, Tlui is "How can I curs my constipa-ton- r homa City and thousands of others. It Chnrlev Lutes, one of th" best can be obtained of any druggist at fifty Ur Caldwell, i.n eminent specialist In tent end one dollar u bottle, or if you I n wn ind most expert, horse and C of so1;M the Ftcmach, liver and howcl.t want boto try It llrt a free sample bottlu "iii'e mi n turned out in old Lincoln, obtained by writing the doctor. has Ic the whole Held oter, has jirac-1- can cd the specialty for forty years and Ij Dr. Caldwell feel that the llenvis Ibis week for flnldhoro, K. convinced thattho lncredlents contained In purchase of li.s does not ends his obliremedy liemi oi n "liere li" v" b' f what Is called Dr. Caldwell's Syrup Pept.In gation. He has specialized in stomach, lis the bent claim to attention from con- liver and bowel diseases for over forty h'X horse and mulo trading comt ciliated people. years and wjll bu pleased to Klve the lie will spend all of thwinter in Its success In the cure of stublmni reader liny ailvlco on the subject free in the has done much to displace the of ciurrce. All are welcome to write the south nnd will leturii uce of salts, .vaters. strons cat hanks film. Whether for the medical advice snring tn res'ime his erjtle and stoT-things. Syrup 1'eiwln. by train- or the free samole address him Dr. and such of the eo'intrv ing the stomach and bowel mucles to W. U. Caldwell, in Caldwill bulidlnff. Imii"r in this pj oeain do their work naturally, and with Montlcello, HI. Sir. Lutes' host of friends will wish I mi much success in his now field. p. casion. 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. It. H. Woods bought this week two fine Meers from Selbv md llntp monds ut r) eenls. They weighed 'J,47f lo;pther nnd vcte pood ones. Doss kllifd U shci'i) bclongiiiK to Fox l.illnrd M. Unwell jn liovlo last week. They were bcimr wintered on It. I., (limp's farm. The mini-')e- r of hhiep killed by iIon this i9 uiiusiiallv lame. Tor Sale. 2?Tce filtfe fiirm of 10 .teres j;.nd bouse, good barn, fine orelmrd, eislern nt door, stock naTer nil nceessnry outbuildinir will sell mmi-koii 'J s., J uoed hort hnrn mi'k cowi". 7 f Mini, 10 ood hotrs, 7fi hart I homo waron, ' nboekrt of foddr-r- , i imiiie farniimr iniplomentB, hoii'eho'd nml kitchen furniture. TKUMS. Cash in baud. R. L. Porter, Lancaster. Kv. It. P. I). N'o. l! ! n, PUETLIC SALEI Of J"i rcristercd Sliorthoru entile and Pouhle Standard PolUd Ditr-hnIn Inld at Thurmond & Cole man's Slock VanN, Danville, Ky., Wctlncsdav. Nov. 22nd 1911 Hccjiihim; at half past l'J o'clock. Scotch Top, YnmiR.v Marys, Kose of Shnroi's, Kirkliviiiustous, Kto. Richard Cobb. Dam tile Kv, Col. T. 1). Knclish, Auct. '.Mr. A, (J. Dunlnp nt Plensnilt Point. i .Mr. Va Jones Ima Rone buck to In loving meiuory of Oeorw Ixjp Terry who died November 1.1, 11711. ltoccvillc, III. .Mm. l.nfo l,cnoh nnd nnd Minn Once n fair tumnv darling, Lutieiun have, jtiil returned from Ciinio lain this world to dwell Why (lod railed him homo o quickly Cinciniiiiti. .Mr. lleorKo (loiim will mme buck There's no enrlblv tongue ran teP. to hid old home plure next neck. MiH .Mnjflcic jlorloii of Kulmnk He wns nlwiivs bricht and luippv, Iiiia been rlMting, .Miss (Irnre JefAnd won all our hearts to him freys. And when e'er hit name is spoken, l.illlo Klule Simti bus been on the Our ryrs with lean grow dim. mil: lint tor few dnn. Mr. nnd Mr. John Prhrlt, dnuuh-te- r Do the Auifels up in heaven, nml hoii enllcd on .Mr. nnd Mr. Know bow many tears we've died. I low our beatts sunk deep in sorrow Urover Day Sunday nfternoon Mini l.iinru Sims sM'iil Hundnv When we knew (Jeorgie wan defid. niuht Mith .Miss Dni.My jim Mrn l.ouirt Me.Mutliu hut bceu Yo I think the Angels knew it, fiek for the Inht werk but h belter And Ihnt too, tlie beard us snv Mr. Jim KobertH of thin plnce him Oml knows best nml in our sorrow We will turn to bitn and prnv. eoue b.iek to tndiutmi(di. Mr. J. 11. Dale took a unison to One more little Angel mound the Pleasant Point ineeluiR and everybody enjoyed a nice buy ride. throne, MinH Kiibv iVuroll went to Ilih-bui- d One tnore little soul to its Snuour Wednesday bu lnisineH gone .Mr. P.rnest Itichnrdson is able t One more little voire in Angel bind, To sing forever in that glorious be out uuaiti with the oil wiion. Intnl. , I IN MEM0RIAM. rli' iriinr-nnt- rhenp. e. Shuqars & Tanner. Drunnlsts. GREEN o o BRIER NEWS TJhe Stewart jDry Soods Compiany a r II-- :i-- o J vCouisville, aa aa Blood Poison i'. enr-Inn- I -2 e. Mrs. Dollie Sims is isitim; Mrs. Dutch Oooeb nt Wavneshun; for n tew days. Miss Sarah Smith spent the even inc with Miss Julia 1tcenrd. Mis Daisy Sims i keeping hoime while her fdster Dollie is visitbtif friends at Wnyne-biio- r. Mrs. Nettie Martin spent the da Tuesdav with her sister Mrs, Mmnrii' !?eeord. wluj. has been quite ill for some time, hut we hope to see her out soon. Mr. Cruis Ilnrton. of Kulmiks vns m Miind.iv to see Ids friends end relative. Kenbndv was jrlml to sse him. He iroi bis IihuiI mashed about twu weeks ic while finn:.' " I he niilrund but his hnnd is irettinp nlornr nirelv Mr. Lod Suns ns Milling on his list girl Sunday. He Ims now. gone to Somerset for u few da v. Mr. Clnude Sjirs nent n few days with home folks Inst week Misses Corn nnd Lutic Sims speilt l'u night nt Miss Alice (looch's Monday night. Miss Julia Ifeeord was ealling on Miss Dell Sims Monday evenini. Mr. George flaincs has moved to his old home on the pike. Mr. J. T. nnd It. P.. Horton went le Stanford Mnndav with mules to sell. Miss Dell Sims spent Snndav with back nnd kidney trouble. Prcd Dueli-leMad Carrier nt Atehinon, Kim., Miys: "I lune been bothered with kidney and bladder trouble ami had r. severe iiin nerocs mv back. Vlunecr I ea tried n liraw lond of ey's Kidney Pills. Start taking tnnil, mv Mdnrv trouble increased. them now. Shugars and Tanner. 's Miss Ruby Carroll ic eiii'i' along Some time nu'o, I started t'ik'iiir pills and since lakim: tliem I nicely with hei seboo' at ibis place. MAYW00D Mr. Walter Record lef- - Siindtiy hiixe Kolten entirely rid of all my kidnev trouble and nm nound now ns foi Cinntinati. Miss Stella Wall is with her aunt ever." ShuKnry nnd Tanner. Mr. 1). D. ltamho. of Livingston islting the home folks hero wns hist week. Mr. and Mrs. Hob Roberts are rejoicing oer the arrival of. n luind-xiin, Pol-ey- Oh, grieve not ye loved ones, Tlmt vour darling is no more taken iiiaiiv kinds of kidney medi-finbut did not get better until be He is with Ins loving Saviour On the bright celestial shore. took Foley's Kidney Pills. No matter how long you have had kidney P.KFIi: it. FARMKR. (rouble, vou will find quick nml benefit hv tthe use of FolGREEN BRIAR. e, J. K. Parker, 'J0LM No. 10lh St I't. Smith, Ark., sa.s thtnt he had . A MAIL CARRIER'S LOAD SccniH heavier when be has n wen I: We Give Away The People' Hubble visited her parents las) week. Mis. It. P. Kellev and children oi egk. .Danville were hero last Miss Dolly Onoiis of llntdrords-villwas the guest of her sister Mrs ilnji Roberts. Mr. Wilder of PuIbhW. visit rd his liliele Sum Robert. Mis Qroro Roberts nmde a visit in Pulaski county. Mr. W. C. Patrick wns in our city of 10 piiuiul boy. Mr. V. C. Patrick and ehlhlren e rlde pro-tnj'te- d H Plain Giimiitm Sene .Mcdicnl Adi-r- , or Medicine Simphricil, hy It. V. fierce, ,M. 11., f !hirl dinulliiii' l'liicun In tho lnnhUV Hotel and Sur- rical Institute nt lluiTalo, a tiooU ol 10r, tar.e paf.ei and over ' X) illuttrutioiiH, in utronj psper c icr, l or roue irndi'nit 21 one-ceC'otli hindini! for Jl ttampi. Maiif- - toKnec co.t of na linij oeh, or, it Hook Our ixSiMIM copies ct I'm cimpleta I ',.ei r liottnr and n were .old In cloth no lull million copict bindiui! at nfulsr niuc of Sl.W. At'c-urt. A new, uf ito rnlveJ edition it now ready were i.itn c ay . ox (or mailing. Uf'tcr t.n.l NOW, leloro all nrc Jo.te. A.Urrw WniLii'f Mkhcl .hikiivtion, U. X. Pi rce, M. 1)., 1'rrnjcnt, lluilalo, N. Y. T1IK ON1' . coiitiur uilmcnt cnut cnoutli that ili luuk-'- j uro not afraid to .riot o i lit ouliiJo wrapper it every Ingredient. Ni Sscrcn N Oec)'t u for .roncn wUcli tont.ln. no alcohol an J THE ONK UFMI-'IJno dru.. Mudo from nutivo medicinal forett root of well c.lslili.lied curstite value. hatiit-forn.in- Absolutely Free of Cost 4l Sunday. Dr. Watl.ins has returned from a bitsinoss trip to Williamsburg. Mr. R. C. Watkins will leae in n few das for Oklabomn Citv, Okla. n. pii:kc::'s pyVFOY lor mimri' pavouitk iiiijsciiht?on I Daisy Sims. JUNCTION CITY. PUBLIC SALE Having- decided to go to Arizona, I will on Tuesday, - h Reader Cures His re-io- Constipation Try it Free h-- s-- Qra'-clln- 1. m w At3 t: m BiasBraSi HEED Many THE WARNING. People Have nnne Sn. Alvin WesterfiV'il. of Parksville, was n visitor to this plnce on Tuesdav. Mrs. nir Prrks. of viiled Mrs. .iiv Dlonmfield ot Friday. Mr. W. T. Ki'llev. of Camp Nelson has ,b,'cii with It's family in this place for the rjnsl week, Mil-Whnllen sprained b's working on the section enus-inbim to lav off for several dnvs. Mrs. Orville Duck nnd' children have returned from a visit to hor mothei, Jlrs. Martin, in Dmiville. Mr. Annie Stophor and daughter. Miss llcssie, of Danville spent Sun-da- v with the foimer's sis. Airs Kendriek Kellev. Mrs. Littleton vC Rice and Miss Kathcrine Hendricks, of nrPis, who of the former's have been gue-t- s mother, Mrs M. P. Cox, have returned to their homes Mr II. C. Catron bought of n gentleman on Silver Hills near xiw Albany, Tnd.. an K. M. P.. p hue!-whilg NOV. aPATTTTT Sale to begin promptly at 10 o'clock. (offer for sale at my home one mile north of Crab Orchard on Lancaster pike, as follows: 28th, 1911 . P Jersey milch cows with calves 6 Heifers and 20 calves. 2 Stanford m ss t" t1V1 " A- fr !. jfc 1,7' .J Wiled tne kulnexs me sick the warning-- , fiive utiMiistakiihle that .shou'd not be rrnorcd. B o.xamiii mtr the u n ue and trealjiii: the upon the first, huh of d'sordcr. huiiiy daK i.t' Mitler.n mny j. saved. Sick kidneys expel a dark l.id-cfv- x No More Cold Hands H Perfection A woman often does not cob'ce what a cold day it is so long as she is bustling around the house. But when she sits down to her sewing and M'diiiienl and painful in pnssnj;i. Sluvjiiisli kidne. i'huso a dull p.un in the Miiall of tho bnufc, henilaehcs. feeliii'-andiK.v spells, tired lansuid d urine, lull of "briekdust" fre(ucut rhetiiualie twinges, only. burnt nine houra oa oae dene fauuee K1. It is leliabU, ssii sod economical drumi Cniioed eiuW in blue cosmel or plu itesl, wish ftoW. Hitflt-m- r. too ficU (riamiagu mending, she soon teels chilly. It is then she needs a Perfection Smokeless Oil Heater. Its quick, glowing heat warms up a room in next to no time. That it tha beauty of Perfection Smolcele&s Oil Heater, It if Iways ready termei you can carry it wherever vou nlcaie: and ugM k only when you want it. Th Perfection Oil Hester ii smoleleu tad oJotleu t rwtcoted sutomsac vi Dkn nw)nrti I wis ( dacriptirc tircuUr t r stocr ! Standard Oil Company '.taconrareUa) Kidney Tills are for the If you suffer from any of the nhoje symptoms you can use ini better remedy. Stanford people recommend DoniiV Kidney Pills. John II. Wren, K. Alain St., Stanford. Ky says: "I know from that Jinan's Kidney Pills are nil that is claimed for them. Off mid on for seveial years I had heveie attack of Inine back. I of- did wotk that required stooping and nt such times the trouhlr worn-- . There was ulsu a too frequent ili sire to void the kidin y secretions both dav and night Donn Kidney Pills relieved mt uml have never failed to benefit me when I bave taken thai Kince." Fpr Hale by all dealers. Price 50 cents. Co.. Uuffu'-iilur York, solo ngeiiti for the I'nit' d Ktnes. Kemember the name- - Hoitn's and take no other. Doiiu'h LidnevM Foster-.Milhurii . The blncksmilh shop owned bv Dr. Steele is being made into a store room. Mr. Moberlv, who ran the shop uis gone to Indiana to work. The shop will he moved up next to the wbolesiile bouse. Mr W. II. Ta.lloek. of Lcxbi-.'to..- . stopti'd over betwvei. trams with b;s sister-iii-lnMrs. G S. Cosgy. He was en route to the meeting of the fox hunters nt Crab Orchard and luM with him threoof his blue ribbon iox hounds. Mculames M. C. Helm nnd Jesse Wnlden, of Danville were guess of .Mrs. K. H. Sweeney on Tbursdav They nttended the meeting of the Kmbroiderv club which met with Mrs. Sweeney tlmt day, at which served, a delightful luncheon insisting of vverything seasonable. Lntnont llaukla, son of postmaster J. Henry Hankln, has been promoted from the Mechanics' department to u situation in the office ot Supt, Caldwell, of the O. N. O. o; T. P. Kv.. with nn increase of Fiibirv Lninont is possessed of u Iar"e share of business instinct nml io of fer the I'nmp'iiiv could make woe'd be too good f'ir li'in. Miss Susie Roberts delight fulU eveninp-- . in entertained Thursday honor of MisH Iline Orubbs. left Mondav for Lexington where she will teside in the future Those present were Misses Tline Gnibbs. lmn Cos-bIlcrtlin West. Ada Warren nnd Mlessrs, Arthur Johnson, Clarence Tucker. Julian Tnrkingtnn, nC Park. ville, and Robert Oalbreath S(enrH Frje, Alfred Qrubbs, of this place. v, HORSES, MULES JACK and JENNET 3 young- mares in foal by jack, 2 aged mares in foal by jack, 2 mule colts, 1 jack 15 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 colts. He is sired by breeder oi fine Cromwell McDonald, he by Eex McDonald, 833, dam by Glimmer by Washington. 4-year-o- ld and-handsom- e 50 HOGS, ALL SIZES I 50 I manure spreader as aooil as ne w. No, 3 Sharpless cream separator new 6 horse' Haqin nasoline engine inch tornado cuttlna box with 40 feet carrier sufficient to fill silos I new 14x20 foot silo, which has never been put tooether, 4 turnlmi plows, 4 cultivators, 2 corn planters. I mowlnq machine. I hay rake. I drain drill. 2 wagons i sprina waqon, and quite a lot of farming, implements, not mentioned, 200 barrels of corn etc., I will also offer my farm of 100 acres without i mprovements and life time interest c (insisting of 40 acres with improvements and also Including $1,000 life insurance policy to secure purchaser. Will also offer 268 acres of land two miles south east of Crab Orcha rd on Dix River. FARM MACHINERY- .110 TERMS MADE KNOWN ON DATE OP SALE Col. J. p. Chandler, AtKttMieer GUS GEISZL, Pirop. 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