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The Stanford interior journal: November 21, 1911 The Stanford interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images Shelton Saufley Stanford, KY 1911 int1911112101_sn85052022 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. The Stanford interior journal: November 21, 1911 The Stanford interior journal Shelton Saufley Stanford, KY 1911 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. VOLUME XXXVIII NO. 02. NO APPOINTMENT TO The Stanford Interior Journal. STANFORD, LINCOLN COUNTY, KENTUCKY, TUESDAY, NOVEMI1KII 21, 1011,. GERMAN EVERY TUE8DAY BASKET BALL TEAMS Bcinq Organized By Boys and Girls AND FRIDAT BECKHAM'S YET TRIUMPH LIFE SENTENCE FOR YOUNG WALTER CARSON BEAUTIFUL TRIBUTE GRAND MASTER TO JACKSON JAGED FARMER COMMISSIONERSHIP County Committee Recommends Rowan Sanfley Judge Hardin Savs He Will Call A New Deal Former Governor At Head Of Party Again, Say; Richardson COMMITS SUICIDE of Local School. Now thnt the foot hall seuion is over, the young nthletes of tho Stnnford High School have turned their attention to basketball nnd for the first time in its history the locnl institution will have n basket hall team in the field. Tho Opera house hns been securing for a plnying hall, basket hull being an indoor game. The widows have been bar- FATHER MAKES SON TELL WHERE HE GOT B00ZC And Judge Menefee Fines Ed Salter $75 For Selllnq Him a Quart. k Iittrrrnt In thn rnoe for Master Commissioner itf the Lincoln Circuit Court continued at fever heat Alon-'ln.ntul much speculation wiih indulged in ns to who will receive the appointment. A meeting nf the Lincoln county .Democratic Comniilec was culled b'v Chairman flcorgo I Penny for Alon-iluami seven of the J'J members of Out committee signed a recommendation of JCuwnn Snufley for the place. Tlio other five were Hi favor of II, J. AlcKohcrts or of not interfering with tlio right of Judge Hui-ili- n to oppoinl whosoever hhe chose, y, Judge llnrdin enmc over "from Danville in the afternoon, and accepted the action of the committee ns n recommendation, which lie said had lucn his purpose from thu first in liinimj committee actum. It however that Rowan Sauf-le- y mid his friends hnd understood him to tell them that he would the mnu the committee recoin mendrd, hut Judge Hardin staled thnt biich had not hern his intention. Considerable feeling seems to Imvc been engendered over the unit ler, and just before he left for Judge Hnnlin stated that lie would appoint the mini he pleas, oil, without Influence of any kind, mid that matters had come to a IKiiiil in the campaign for the office, that he intruded to wipe the slate off and begin n new deal. It was siijrgestrd about town that its a result of the point to which the fight for the place had como Thnt Judge JInrdin might select Home outsider who was not an ftppiicnnt for the iiffW, ns u compromise nnd tlitil prevent finy further feeling oti of nny of the candidates. The friends of Mr. Snufley were very insistent thnt sinee he secured the committee endorsement he should have the appointment. The frit nils of Mr. Mcftobrrtn arc not saving much mt ore "sitting steady inthc bout." The recommendation, signed bv fceven members of the committee, in faYor of Rowan Sauflev, was us follows.: To, Hon. Chas. A Hardin. Judge Is. C. C We the undersigned mem-1r- s of the Democratic Kxcrutivc Committee of Lincoln County hereby recommend the appointment of H. It. Snufley to the oftice of Master Commissioner of the Lincoln Circuit Court upon the. grounds of fi delity to the Democratic partv. scr-ie- e to saiil partv and regularity in all actions. We trust that you can see our wnv clear to make tins Respect! llllv suhmitted J. 11. Cartel, op-,joi- nt g, the-'.vh- Ml tlll'V Hlllll. U. Wm North .1. M. f'rexs. . M. Thompson, A. K W. L Hell. W. S. I)re. Caldwell. EADS NEWLAND Popular Younq Couple Are Quietly Wedded Monday Afternoon. (.me of the most popular voiing county, Miss couples of Lincoln Kate .Vewland and Mr. Alfred Ends surprised their ninny friends by tpiietlv repairing to the ll.iptist afternoon, late Monday where they were united in niiuringc Immediately hv Rev. .1. 1). Jones. ia nuto for afterward thc lett Hnrrodshiirg nnd otlnr points for a .hort trip, after which the will return here to make their home. Mr. Ends is one of the be- -t known Young farmers ot Lincoln countv being u sou ot Mr. mid Mrs .1. I), End. He stands hiuh with everv sine and has the confidence n, ,.s. teem of all. He is to be most heart-il- v congratulated upon Winning such a charming lielnmeet. lli bride is a daughter of Mi. and Mrs. T I). Xewland. and is one of the most attractive voiing pirls in Lincoln county, being on beautiful in mind and heart ns she is lovely in face ami figure. She is nil accomplished musician, and is undoubtedly one of the most popular girls in the community The wedding was in no wise n runaway affair, but it was desired to iiiiike it a simple, nnd quiet event. Their host of friends will tender nnd best sincere congratulations best wishes for all the happiness in the world. pur-miiiii- I'nder the heading "Governor Beckham's Personal nnd Political triumph," Editor Jim Richardson, in his excellent Democratic paper, the (llnsgnw Times in last week's issue pays u high compliment to thn a high compliment to the ability and leadership of Governor J. C. V. Heekham ns the master hand nnd mind that united the dominant factions of the Democratic party in Kcnttiek), and by his superb general ship returned the llluegruss State to the Democratm Column effectually crushing the Itepiiblicnn party, nnd made possible the election of thu Slnte ticket hendi-by Hon. James H. Me Clear)'. Col. Richardson's ii r licit; which is nu ublo one, follows: "Viewed from any standpoint the recent iemocruiio victory was n great personal and political triumph tor J. C. W. Beckham, with u swiftness and thoroughness thnt was drumatic, it marked his return to leadership just when the forces of evil were on the isunt of eclebiating his demise, conlldctit thnt the temporary thwarting of Ins umbitions would drive him into the ot private life, he seized the helm of his plirty mill steered the old ship ot Democracy ncr dangerous sunken reefs and though tremulous seus into a safe harbor. His support ot Senator McCreury mnde succes possible. With one muster stroke hi united the two dominant factions in the State nnd having thus healed the distention that formerly ended in defeat, he brought nbotit a unity and harmony and inspired the rnnk nnd file nnd wrecked the enemy before their numbers nnd enthusiasm. ''The return of Oov. Heckhnra to power is u silencing rebuke to ltU foes, nnd n proper rewaru for the wrongs he has suffered nt the hands of that characterless combination which robbed the Democracy of n sent in the United States Semite, brought disgrace upon the State. His betruyal left no bitterness ii his heart He felt secure in the mid confidence of that vast body of Demcrnts that arc never reached by the contamination of the lobby. They resented the effort made by these corrupting influence-t- o humiliate and dentroy him, and nt the first opportunity they gave expression to their trust in him nnd their condemnation of his enemies by ugnin placing the scepter of pnrty authority in his hands with the assurance that under his honest fearless leadership Kentucky would remain true to the faith of the fill litre. The political history of this eountrv records no higher persona tribute to auv man. "tlo. Iteekluini has proven himself worthy in every way of the people hear him. when u corrupt lohhv set aside the verdict of the Uctnoi'i-iU'expressed at the polls, he made no bitter complaint, but with iniinK foibciirance, nnd n patience surpassing understanding, bid ed hi- - time, referring the whole bai k to the voters He has not wnited in iiin. The wisdow of his cour-- c has been confirmed. The party which has honored him so signnllv in the past gave overwhelming proof of its devotion now. It is content to follow where he leads, liaxiug nu abiding faith in his patriotism, his judgement and his obs-'iiritlov-hicon-trnt'r Hustonvllle Rural Route Carrier Is Masons Gather Around Banquet Hanqs Himself In Bedroom At His Convicted at Liberty of MurHome Near Ottcnheim Had Board At London To Do der, Nut Will Appeal. Said He Wanted to Die Honor To State Leader L Salter Appeals. Walter Killinn a young man ot Rowland, enme to town Saturdnj night and procuring a ipinrt of old booze, proceeded to celebrate the approaching Christmasisenson. Whew ho appeared before Police Judgw John N. Mcncfce, Jr., Monduy ho refused to tell where' he had bought tho liquor, and Judge Menefco po litely informed him that he had a way lo mnko him tell. Walter swore that ho would rot in jail a thousand 3cnrs before he told, but thn .Imtra sent for his father, nnd nfter tho latter liuil used a big whip with telling effect nt the proper place for few minutes, Wnltcr decided- - to tell where he had secured the boore. Bo said that he had bouelit it from EL Salter, a well known local negro. J n dire Menefee then hml Salter nt. rested nnd linon Killian's testimmiv fined him $7G and costs. Suitor ap pealed the case to Judge Baileys court nnd the further triul hnd not been held when the I. J., went to press. CRAB ORCHARD Walter Carson, the yowls rural route currier, who shot nnd killed n farmer nnmod George Cochran over in Cnsey county while delivering his mail one day last summer, wns giieu ii life sentence, in the tenitcntiury by a jury in the Circuit coutt at Liberty Into S.iturJuy. The whole week bad Iwcn coiisiuiied with the triul of this case, nnd it attracted much attention by reason of the prominence of the young mini charged with tho crime, nnd tho eir cuinstniices attending it. It is said that tho case will be appealed to the Court of Appeals on u number of ulleged er rots nnd becouse of the refusal of the lower court to grant a change ot ciiue to another county, where he feeling would not he so strong ugninst Cnrsou, his victim having been n Cnsey county man. Attorneys Kollm Hurt, of Columbia. George Stone of Danville, nnd Itobcrt Hnrding, of Danville, who defended Curson, nru said to hae made u very strong case in his but the prosecution also fought the cuse vigorously, being assisted by Attorney W. .1. Price, of Ilin- lt, Huh-tonvil- lc One of the most beautiful tributes love nnd respect ever paid nil) tnnn by his home people was the reception nnd hnuipict given at London, November l.'l, by the Masonic Lodge in honor of Hon. David Jackson who is the present Grand Master of the Grand Lodge of Kentucky, Free nnd Accepted Masons. At half past fur o'clock the lodge parlor began to fill, and when the doors tif the baniiiet hull were opened, about onef hundred and fifty of Chris Fickc, nu aged dcrmaii liv . ing n mile from Cifrtcr's Store, on the Ottenhciin pikci, committed sui- . yggggaKBgV iigHo gggggggggggggggggggggg ville. 12 CENTS A POUND Paid By Kincald For Tobacco He Says Is Miqhty Fine. Whnt W. P. Kincuid says is the finest crop of tobacco he bus seen in enrs, was sold by W. D. and Jordan Middleton to him Insl week. It was of Hlendid color nnd the silkiest of te'STure nnd Mr. Kincuid paid them 112 cents a pound for it, winch is the high water mark for tobacco around these parts this year nnd is n figure thnt is going to be reached very seldom this fall. There were 10,000 pounds of the wcd, dnd it wiih very uniform throughout. Lincoln county can rnist ns good or better tobacco than nny eonnty in the state if the growers will only take pains with their crops and that whnt these Uo gentle men did who have sold their n rod net nt what is going to be n mifbt) funcy price this enr. Wil-liu- H Grand Master David Jackson. Masons and their lady friends were sented for n banquet feust, the like of which is seldom seen, even in Kentucky Music and tut flowers, beautiful women und a seenuiigl) (inexhaustible supply ot good things to e.il cre the means of entertainment precented to the craft, who were there both from tke moiitituins und llie"M!e Grass. It was a tribute by his home people of whirli any man should be proud, nnd it was un evidence of love und respect thnt but few men have the good fortun; to be tendered. "New York water U too bard to aaake good tea." aald the Engllih matron. The une of ioft nater la one rrrt of lea umklni: thnt New York people item never to bae learn'U e found that wo could bujr Ueforo oft water bottled wo softened the with "inch oi water for oikti. oda." toft Water for stood Tea. ta Motors DlipUcIng Horaes. London takes the census of certain tmtv utrrelii eerr Tear One of the tmrm nriHitrori hv it Is the nrocresstre displacement of the horse drawn ve hicles by those propelled by motors. RETIRED GEORGIA PLANTER ADVICE TO KI0NEY SUFFERERS ut We congratulate the Democracy upon this net of .justice townrdone out-.ci- of its ablest anil most deserving Koutucky nccd-tfthdirect members. whose pride in the Stnte will nil personal aims nnd party necessities. We nre entering upon nil era of development and progress Hint will call for the service of ren) leaders. Let us extend a hearty welcome to one who hns already left tho impression op" hit-- character and ability upon the Commonwealth. ch , A tltmn' "Wbr did you mmI the ( puree T" Prlioner "I thought tae change would do me coed." Washington Bur Judi Cur. JUDGE WM. SHUGARS Father of W. K. Shugars. of This City. Dies at Lancaster. r.. Lancaster, Nov til. Judge Wm. Shugars. ago 83 years died nfter n general decline followj-in- g of paralysis nt his n stroke home in Friday morning. One son W. I. Shugars, of Stanford, nnd lour daughters Mrs. Jona Kuckur, Vtlu f ChMrfulneee. CfceerfulBM U ft thing to be sore of Itiilitiiond, .Misses Lillian, Marprofoundly grateful for than all that garet nnd llessio Shugnrrs, of this gtalui erer Inspired or talent accom-pltibe- place survive him. A. younger son, Next beet to spontaoeoua 0. W. Shugnrs dying suddenly less cbeerfutaeM la deliberate. Intended than n yenr ngo wus a great blow to and peralatent cbeerlncaa which we the father. caa create, cultivate and ao foaier and Judao Shugars hnd many riends cbertth that after a tew yeari toe wtifld will aerer auaptct that It wa in Stanford, who wiM mourn thnt ho Hunt is no more, nnd will offer sincerest a beret"vr '" -ic Jtekaon condolences to hit family and , son hefe. !( l,ln Itegurding the wonderful ourutiw I can-nmerits of your Swamp-Iton- t, suv loo mueli. After suffering severely for three ,eurs or more with severe piim cnuscd by weak kidneys, I was fiiuinlly induced to irv Swumik Hoot afcrou"li u test imonial 1 read in one the newspapers I was in such a condition tliut l wus obliged to urise from my bed six or eight times eerv night. I purchased u fifty cent bottle and before it was used I felt so much relief bottle thnt I purchased a and by the time this whs tnkeu the old pains had lett my back and sleep the whole night through. m it retired planter, 70 jcars of age, nnd owing to Dr. Kilmer's I Swunip-Koo- t. om in the best of heulth nnd feel like n boy. 1 am glad to recommend Swuiup-Uoto those who nru in need of it. Sincerely yours, C. E. USSERY. EBwersville. Ga. iirmenred before me. this 8th of September, 1009. C. E. h hubscrihcil thn nbove Ussery stnlement and mndc oath that the snme is true in substance mill in T. H. McLane. fuel. Notnry Public the evening. It is the universal sentiment of LeUnlo those who attended that the boasted Dr. Kflmet & Co. cooks of the Itliio Grass have equal Diaahtrotoa' New Yatk competitois jn Vne Indies of the mountain section. Prove What Swama-RM- t Dtin'Do For You Tbero is little danger from a cola Send to Dr. Kilmer & Co., N. Y., for a snmple bottle. or from on attack of the grip except It will convince anjone. You will when followed by pneumonia, and also receive u booklet of valuable this never hnppenfi when Chamber-Jain- s' Coujh Remedy is used. This information, telling all about the kidneys and the bladder. When remedy bus won its great reputation writing, be sure nnd mention the nnd extensive enle by its remarkaStnnford Interior Journal. Itegular ble cures, of colds nnd grip and ran fifty-cesite bottle be relied upon with implicit confi und (for ul at .all drug stores. dence. For sale by nil dealers. one-doll- ur 1 ot lling-humtont one-doll- The substantial feust concluded John W. Hrown, of Mt. Vernon, as the toastmaster announced that the best end of the evening's entertainment was still in store, nnd he nt once to unloose it. in a most captivating speech abounding in good humor and keen satire, that cuIh deep bnt lilnes no sear. lie illtiodiieed eleven speakers, laeli of whom in short, catch v sH'erlie.s kept the good humor of the I'onipjiiv in b;i)ii'st vein. Out ol the speakers gave n bit of pcrsoeiil bister.' as reason for his jrent dvotioii to the Masonic instiHe said that during thu tution. Civil win he was in the mountains of Kentucky as o military spy for the I iiinii uiniv. Alter bo had gone to ImmI Ik; heard an alarm nt his door and upon opening, found confronting Inn nu officer of the Confederate .u in v. who tidd him that bis purpose in that region was known to the commanding Confederate utfieer, mid at day light he would be surest ed lis ,1 spv. "Hut" said bis Confederate visitor, '! .have sat with oii in u Masonic loLe. You have not gotten the information you came in search of ami now come, go with me: I will show you the menus ofsalo escape." "And" said the banquet speaker, "at high noon of net duy, the sun which lighted the deep passes of the Cumberland Mountains looked down iifHsi the hasty forms of 10 Cnion spies dangling from the trees of the mountain side, nnd had I not beon it Free Mason, myself would have been thu seventeenth victim at thnt hanging, instead of u speaker , at this bamitiet.". It was a uniipie reiitul of personal experience one which aptly represented, the strength of tho Mnsouiu ties. The closing speech was of course made by the Orniul Muster, thu guest of honor. lie declared his devotion to Unorder in no uncertain terms uud his affection for the men of his own lodge he expressed in n feeling way. The lodge of Stanford was ronre-seule- d by u number of Mnsotis and contributed one of the speakers of pro-ced- ricaded with line net wire to protect the glnss, nnd tlie floor is said to be fine for tho gnme. The students are organizing u girls' team as well ns u lwys' teom. Five members to go to make n tenm, nnd the gnme is nitc exciting. Among the boys who arc trying for tho tenm nre Joe Hill. Spnlding Hill, Russell Hrown, Harris Coleman Thomas Colcinirn, Clinton Colemnn, Morrison Bright, Will McCnrty, Wesley Lmbry, Miko Penny, William Grimes, James Cooper, John yf. Wntcrs nnd Willinm Yngcr For the girls' team the candidates arc Misses Kiln Wnrren. Gertrude Wilkinson, Mary K. McKinney, Mary S. Cook, Veniu Rout, Josephine Carpenter, Mary W. Hill, Lettio W. McKinney, With Beck. Margaret Heck nnd Dollie Wilcher. In view of the f.ict that this is the first yenr Stanfonf hns had a bass, ket ball team, il is not expected that it will go nfter uny championship honors, but look out next year. GEORGE DEB0RDE The following , rules have been promulgated by Supt. Irelnnd to Announces His Candidacy For De- govern the bnsRct ball games and practice at the opera house: mocratic Nomination for Jailer 1. Basket ball practice will be held each afternoon. Girls will prue-ti- e until four o'cloek. Boys will In this issue of the I. J is found practice from 4:lfi to 5:30 oelock. the formal announcement of Wh canJ. No one is allowed in the room didacy for Jailer of Lincoln while girls nre practicing, except of George DeHorde. of this city. Mr Indies. Deliorde is one of the best known It An admission fee or ten cents young democrats of Lincoln county, will be ehurged for the practice being a son of the late Jailer George hours. This is to go to defraying W. DcBorde. He hnn been n fightur expenses sncii as lights, coal, rentfor his partv nil of his life ,and hns al, etc. ii world of friends who will be 4. No smoking will Ie allowed found lighting for him when tBe during practise hours; nor language time comes. unbecoming a gentleman. 5. All candidates for either team HOLDAM'S MILL NEWS must hnve proper regalia and pay a fee of $2 for the setwon. Mrs. Julia Smith, of Ilroughte.n-tow- n und handsome dnughter nnd FOX CHASE OVER little son, Wnde nre visiting her niece Mrs. Dell Adnms, nt this place. We are having fine singing at oui Hunters All Leave For Their Homes church nt Alt. Zion with Mr. Will Well Satisfied With Sport Owens in. teacher and having n fine uttendaiice. Miss Minnie It. Smith und Miss Crab (Jrehurd. Nov. 20. Zellu M. Kroughtoii, of Itrouiditen-tow- n The twentieth annual meeting of lime been visiting here. the National Fox Hunters' AssociaMrs. Catherine llensley and little tion closed hero Saturday after i daughter. KUie. have just returned third triul dogs entered in th of from u visit to Science Hill nnd' re- aged division! the and resulting in tin port u good time. it vvai ding of the cups. Mr. P. J. Prii-e- . f this place is W. II. Burgess, won, cliief bono rejoicing over the arrival of a fine capturing with Kate first ill the son. Mr. Josh Harness nnd ftimily hunting uud driving, second in tin were visiting frieinds" uud t datives euuiirance chases, nnd winning the at this place Sunduv. Vu II. Walker and the Perkins-Far- e Mr. Williams Owens and Mr. well cups llir the hound making tin Klder, of liee Lick section highest general average. Ificliur.l were the welcomed guests of Y. M. If: '., Moss Spanker won first fin Thompson nnd "wife S.ifuidiiy night seed and IL. II. Smith second and Sunday. the hunting uud trailing class. Mr. George White has goii- - to the R. M. Parsons was given the cop Blue Grass to etect a new cottage Intuition cup. is e.Miecting to nunc very wb'rc he The hounds, were hunted ut the soon. Cedfirs Saturday and' several good Miss Minnie B. Smith was visiting trails wei witnessed. The rain FriMrs. Catherine llensley Sunday day night made conditions favorable night. The hunters ull left Saturday nuht fair their homes W. S. Fish represents only the s. best and strongest insurance DEATH OF MR. WRIGHT. Let him keep you protected. Kill's Kviui Wright died! suddenly 'good MAN GONE. Monday momiuj: in tho 78th year ot his uge nt 8.20 o'clock after un illness of a few daya duration Culvin Phelps, one of the best ot paralysis. He wus one of the known und most highly respectd most highly esteemed and respected u farmers of the Tower end of old citizens of Lincoln county. He died nt tlU home of his on, wns u liutive of Wuvne county but Joseph Phelps, un last FViduv h find been residing in Lincoln for the came rather suddenly, al- pust 30 ytors. He is survived by though his advanced age, he was 78 years old softened the shock In five ehiUrcn Mrs. Marcus Helm, his loved oners Mr. Phelps was boru of Danville? Mr. J. K. Wright, of Idncoln county, Mr. J. J. Wright of in l'uliiskt county but huit lived in Knns-as-; Mrs. J. J. C. Bond and Mrs. Lincoln county for the past SO years The making his home about two miles Maud Strain, of Oklahoma. funeral will be, nt the residence Tuesnorthwest of Kiibimk. His wife passed over the river about 1C years day afternoon at the late residence Tuesday ttfteriinon nt one o'clock ago, uud he is survived by four cliii-i- ll en Joseph Phelps. Demp Phelps, tillowcd by interment in tho Danville cemetery. both of this county, Mrs. Kate Hnmil Inn, uud Mrs. Huldu Cox, both of Cnsey, Mr. Phelps wus long a faith- to the democrats of ful membtr of thu Christum church Lincoln county. uud the funeral was conducted hv I urn a candidate for the office of Wov. Todd, burial being in the Mt. Olive cemetery in Cnsey county. Jailer of Lincoln county, subject to the netiou of tho democratic parTrans) Iviuiiii University defeated ty. I have been a fuithful worker Stnte I'niversily at Lexington utfoot for the party ull of my life nnd bnll by 12 to f. Central Cniversity expect to remain so whether I redefeated Georuetown Colle'e at ceive this nomination or not. I urn a son of the lute George W. Danville 27 to 0. So the question State University at Lexington at font DeBorde who formerly held the ofSouthern Railway operate daily tice. I will be very grateful to ull of the state championship hangs who may see their way clear to give nponjhe game to bo played between me their support. GKOUQK UEnORDK, the two winners on the 23d. m com-oanlelan-colwrek-Deat- she went back to their bedroom to call him for breakfast, he was dead. I'ieko hnd fastened n long and heavy cord to the wooden slob and put his bend through nsdip nooso on the other end, strangling himself to death. The evening bofor while sitting and chnltering with nyoimg man nnm ed Arnold, who live near, he had expressed the wish that he might die, on nccount of his old age und infinnitie-i- , but Aiiiold did not take tho matter serio isly. Mr. Kicla-wa- s fen years of Age, nnd was born in nennnny. He ciime to this country u number of yeurs ngo nnd had engaged in funning in the Otten-hiusection since then. He is survived by his wife and several grown children Coroner George P. Itright went out nml held un inquest. He a jury of six German citizens of the community, for whom young Arnold acted as interpietcr. The jury returned a verdict In accordance with the facts. cide early Monday morning hv hanging himself from n wooden stob in his room. His wife hnd been nut of the room but a few minutes when lie committed the deed, for when R. F. D. No. 2 and jxiur correspondent is takins a larger nnp than usual we tnkn the liberty of .sending is the lntest, which with the ipdulgenea of your readers, we hopo you will see fit to print Mrs. Robert Jordan nnd sister, MisH Lucy Miller, of Corbin, h.ivj returned home after o nlcasant cisbs-to tho family of Mr. and Mi. Wal Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Cress hnv leturned from visitinjj her. mother, Mrs. J, J. Smith at Brcdhead. Master Samuel Payne, hew be sick. Handsome Miss Kute Mehin him recently returned from a pleasant-visi- t to her brother, LesKu Melvin-ti- t Parker, City. Ind. Whiln in Statu she was nto a guest. nf her uiiofe Herbert Lawrence aidr family ut Farmland Samuel Ballard is bnildisg u new house on hi farm in Garrard. Misei hLitie Pauc visited relative ot Rowland." Logan, ''fiunipion and wife reio encsta of Alt s,nl Mrs. 1. M. An derson at Stanford. Mr. IL . JtluiiKi uship pold younj bogs to Howard llbltzcluw the hustling young butcher ut .V. The Baptist brethren of Drake's CreeJf will make tho annual call ut next meeting for a pastor to go out. and. in before them the ensuing year It is liopeU Unit they will see fit to. call the present pustor, Rev. Ander son Cornelius again. fho Methodists will hiivu services ut their church here on tho 2b'th, morning and night, b) their pastor liev. Kot'erts. Mr. John Carpenter, of Bed ltock,. Okla. is now visiting his brother S. D. Cnrienter, nnd sister, Mrs. W. IL Cummins here. From hero ho will go to. Florida w here he bus. n plantation to spend, tlxe winter His two uieeea Atrs. Jones I Anderson and little daughter, Tary, and Mis Funic Carpenter will nceompunv him there and return home in A your occasional Prcachersvifto letter is most always conspicuous by ler Jordan. of near Kust Bernstudt, were guests, of the families of B. T. Lunsford Key. Anderson Cornelius uud wife, und Sirs. Rebecca Pctttw. Our good friends. Mr. und Mrs. K. F. Cummiiib. and little daughter. Miss Allie May, who formerly lived in this section but liter nt Cedar Creek have Rwno to Kivwnuic. Flu., to visit their courfin, Miss Mary Phcrigo. Air. Jolut Anderson nccompunie.l them and will put in soma time after deer and fish. We hope he will hnve a lion's share ot good' luck. Several of our local Rports are. attending thn annual meet of the National Fox Huntertt nt Crab Orchard. Mr. Peyton Parrish who has an nounced for Jailer of Uneoln is a gentleman, a good neighbor, a kind friend, und lust, but not leust, is democrat with stamina, und couriutt to back up his convictions, und will be a formidable opponent to all who have the temerity to enter the political arena against him. Air. Qrover Rigsby, who is now located nt Morcland, was u visitor iu our towa Sunday. Dr. K. J. Brown aud nniti Russell and Prescott, of Stanford, were here bunting lust week. Liquid An Qtu. , , excellent cold liquid flu I made follow: Dilute 2 W J ptrta crude nitric acid wltb'W ot water, soak In tola IS pv for twenty-fou- r bourt and then tti mixture until It Ii bonioceDoaa. Th quantity of acid lined depend! on ' tke quality r,k" " IWPjll.IW.il Ha,aH If jf. i' 'i fwf nvww '"W J 1 THE INTERIOR JOUWM AL, STANFORD KENTUCKY TUESDAY. NOVEMBER 21. lit I. PUBLIC SALE NOV. 28th, 1911 J . rnE lift ERIOR JOURNAL. 187k Established HELTON M. SAUFLEY,... Publisher 11 A We Pay 0 0 YEAR STRICTLY IN ADVANCI Entered nt tlio iostofllco at Stan ford as necond Having decided to go to Arizona, I will on Tuesday, Sale to begin promptly at lO o'clock. offer for sale at my home one mile north of Crab Orchard on Lancaster pike, as follows: 17 r TTTLij KJA 1 1 elan mall. Highest Market Prices For 0l4 KEEP WARM This is a feariully cold spell to begin the winter with. The "goose bone" and ground hog both say its going to be a cold You can keep warm by wearing Our Good Underwear ft $ POLITICAL ANNOUNCEMENTS. For Jailer. announces his Peyton Parrlsh ir'co us boforn you sell, get price candidacy for Jnilcr of Lincoln in countrv or delivered. county, subject to tho action of the Democratic party.. hw announce Gcorac DeBorde cnndidncy for .lnilcr of Lincoln conn y subject to the action of the demo- TURKEYS o o o a cratic party. H. B. Northcott. o o T. K. Tudor. Mr. a PHONE 153. L CASEY. HENRY D. V. S. e a winter. a o a o ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft n HI 1. II 11 f. b I) . ft ft ft ft 'k n 1 2 Jersey milch cows with calves. 6 Heifers and 20 calves. For County Judoc. T. A. Rice announces his candidacy for County Jinlgo of Lincoln county, subject to tho action of tho democratic party, COLLIER'S So ON .1 Veterinarian. Former Director Afilmal Industry Philippine Islan'ds. United Stutes Army o That Silk Plush In! 'single pieces 0 b a TAFT. Col- in 3 young" mares in foal by jack, 2 aged mares 15 foal bv lack, 2 mule colts, 1 points andjack a good with whit hands high blackwill also sell the fine stallion iennet. breeder-a good Cromwell McDonald, Jr., 7 years old and sired by breeder of fine and handsome colts He is he by Rex Cromwell McDonald, Washington. McDonald, 833, dam by Glimmer by 4-year-old HORSES, MULES JACK and JENNET 1 50 IS. HOGS, ALL SIZES I 50 manure soreader as qood as ne w. No. 3 Sharpless cream separator FARM MACHINER- Y- I new 6 horse Haqln qasoline enqlne . I 10 inch tornado cuttlna box with put tooether, 4 turninq I new 14x20 foot silo, which has never been 40 feet carrier sufficient to fill silos waqons I Drain drill, 2 I hay rake. COM planters. I mowinq machine. .imuc A cultivators. 2 implements, not mentioned, 2 00 barrels of corn etc., I will also arminq I sprinq waqon. and quite a lot ot I mprovetnents and life time interest c onsistinq of 40 acres with Improve-- r. my farm of 100 acres without f offer Will also offer 268 acres of land policy to secure purchase ments and also inciuatnq i,wu n Insurance River. on Dlx two miles south east of Crab Ottha rd lier's Weekly has been radically wrong on but one great public mucs-t- n u. That was its rent men', ot the its spennl Caleb Powers eae. aIi-correspondent, scut to Kentucky lo investigate and write it .ip, spent nearly nil of his tuno gct!m the facts from 1'owtrs himself in lis We cell nt, the Georgetown jiul. were working on a Frankfort paper at the tinio, auil know the fuels. As wo said,' this hns been tin) only position taken by this great indication, which wc have not fully endorsed. Wo want to commend now most cnipliaticnlly what it sas about l'resilfcni, Tnlt. Practical! v all demoernts will endorse itund wo know a great many icpublionns who do too. Listen to what it ays in its current issue: Incredible! "President TalVs indorsement of Hoss Cox's ticket is the final horror. To support it at nll ton Uic urgencc nnd assurance of n Co politician!) tns terrible enough, but to support it against so fittnu and courageous a candidate ns Hunt -really, words fail, and we are driven to punctuation and italics. "What is the President coming tot After bucu an exhibition eixn ho be even nominated T If there were nn election tomorrow, would not Wood-row far ns wo can remember, Olftco LOGAN'S STABLE, l'hono 432, Agent American, llog unolera Serum. DANVILLE. KY. o 0 o CONCRETING 0 WonrolnponltlonloitoBllklnrti vt 0 lllock Work, I'dT'intnti acl 0 nil. In fuel, we cn nink nny tltltiK from hout down Ion Ienc pott. Wo enn uirHnto 0 too nromptly work, ond mMeml. 0U ind grt oar prtot nt lenit. txtoro jou buy jruar 0 PHILLIPS BROS.. 0 Stanford. Kentucky 0 0 0 J. C. McClary 0 0 0 0 rw 0 0 0 0 0 UNDERTAKER AND EMBALMER nrT niJ nrt-elt- a i iimlr-rU- I the uoion at $3, is the warm- 0 0 est, nicest, smoothest under- '0 ft wear in the world. 0 Wright's Wool Fleeced 0 0 Very heavy, very warm, $1 0 0 per garment. 0 Cooper's 0 Underwear $1 for shirts or drawers. A heavy, warm, cotton feeced shirt and drawers at 50 cts. Union suits, $1, $1.50 $2 ft ft ft 0 at $1.50, or in 0 ft ft v 1. ) y t I t r Y 0 I I iSK 187. ) STANFORD, - KY ortlea 'Phona Hob 'Hkon It. 0 Come and ses them and keep 0 warm. ' -- and $3. ft ft ft ft 0 ft ft ft ft ft ft TERMS MADE KNOWN ON DATE OF SALE Col; ft J. P- - Chandler, Auctioneer GUS GIESZL, Prop.. CRAB ORCHARD, KJLNIUUKY Clothing, Shoes J. L.Beazley& Co UNDERTAKERS AND DEAL. ALSO ER IN FURNITURE, MAT-TING- Hats. Pants In Fact Everything at Cost Come now and get your 3. RUGS. THEY WILL EXCHANGE FURNITURE FOR ALL KINDS OF STOCK. GIVE THEM A CALL. PRICK , RIGHT. FOB SALE PRIVATELY! My place I now livo on containing 20 acres house with four rooms and out buildings, spring close to house. A bargain if sold in 30 dnys.G miles south of Stanford in Jumbo. E. .1. Young, Stanford, Ky., It. F. D No. 89-2p. PUBLIC SALE! Of 35 resistered Shorthorn cattle and Double Standard Polled Dur-liato be held nt Thurmond & Cole man's btoefc yards, JJnnviIle, Ky., Wednesday, Nov. 22nd 1911 Beginning at half past 12 o'clock. Scotch Top, Youngy Marys, Hose of Sharons, Kirklivingstons, Etc. Richard Cobb. Danville Ky. Col. T. V. English, Auet, FOR SALE PRIVATELY. pick of goods SAM ROBINSON T Ky Stanford, H U- - "BALL BAND1? RUBBERS Every pair of famous "Ball Band" Rubbers and boots are made from highest grade materials; the quality is never cheapened in these goods to meet competition. This is why they have so many satisfied wearers. We now have', large assortment of these goods. Try a pfir and you will not be satisfied "with anything else. W. E. Perkins, i CRAB ORCHARD, KENTUCKY. The Ilnrrodshurg Herald chronicles the aet thut on tho morning after election J. M. Funiworth. n Mercer not suit you in kind, quuutity, qualn county fanner, saw a ity and price, nobody cun. chicken catch nnd ent a moue. Considering tho examplo set the day J. A. ALLEN, Stanford, Ky. before when a small sized game the I rooster wiped up tho earth with Huckeyc on piko will sell in 2 tracts g. n. p. ciepnnni, hucu iui wiwm FALL AND WINTER STYLES. whole, well wutered or ns nort or n fenced. u Near Ounus Chapel. and on the nothing tlio urouer wus citMy now lull mid whiter sauijilca unusual. tainly .tie uuw rouiiy for jrour ,iuipvctlui. Richard I. Burton, m 'i ue coiuurme me best on the uiurkoi Lost, strayed, or stolen f oni M 85-1- 0 Huckeyo, Ky. a can iiult u n lino' uu to price who bad m Win. Hhimks, farm on day of sab-brown or blackish brown weanl.n tils clothe iuuuu u order. A nun FRUIT AND SHADE TREES. mnro mnlr bought from J. M. He uiatlf to join mtuBUio lit iirolerublt i.nl.lc .. VV'nvnrfiliilrc nn llilV 4 f xn t Shrub9, Asparagus, Rhubarb, Peoni-- , nnd left in Mr. Shanks now 'larn o ready made clothes. To have them H iittue to uiuuiiure doesn't cot auy hverytlun. Said mnrc nin'e had a calico or pm cs. Hofees. I'hlox, etc. and garden. No calo string tied nround hor ncel; K -- uioie Uian reudy made whea quality for on hard, uU lit Is couddered. Comu in aao Agents. Our prices inuv interest vnnl. Address Mr. J. ''. IceynoM oie take your mouauru you. Freo Catalogue Wnynesbuig. Mr. William Sh.it, ri C HUPLEV at lm (Tactical Tallui i H. F. Hlllenmever & Sons. Stanford or X Y. Z., Look B"K 161 Stanford, Ky. Lexington, Ky. ' . half-grow- Having piu chased a farm have de cided to sell privately ray property nt IJuekeyo consisting of one two xtory seven room dwelling, 4 acres of land, good tobneco and stock barn well, cistern, store house all neecs--ar- v out buildings one of this best for btoro in Garrard. If not sold by December 1, I will rent. Also 70 acres of good hemp or below miles tobacco land 2 2 overwhelmingly t h tient with Mr. Taft. The tariff, tho Uallinger initpjiticB, the use of patronnge aguinst Insurgents, the wool veto, tho retention of Secretary Wilsou and Solicitor McCnbe, tho turning of tho Department int oa still o more rigid political machine, tho ruin of our relations with South Americain spite of blow after blow we have clung to the hope that tho President would improve sufficiently to have a general balance of useFor sheer fulness to his country. imbecile lack of backbone this last outrage is the worst." Collier's will rejoice along with all others who btand for decency nnd oelter things, that tho good people ot Cincinnati completely repudiated Taft nnd lloss Ctnc bv electing Hunt uiv u splet.did majority. Kight hero we want to deny the intimation, in Collier's of a week or so ngo, that iunt of the State Central Committees of tho interior states are against Woodrow Wilson for the democratic nomination for president. It may be that some of tUn nv.lnut nnnrrrpmiillinl friends of Speukcr Champ Clark will seek to .influence their committeemen in ia-,,,f im Nfwsoiiri statesman, but we firmly are of the opinion that Kentucky's tomraiuco, u ion 10 (Vio minstinn Itself, would be found solidly behind tho New Jer sey governor. aF Mm xnillllrv tlfPSH ml.. of this stnto is overwhelmingly for s Wilton; tho grent mass 01 for him; and by this nre we do not mean tho democrats alon, for he will undoubtedly draw tremendous strength froin the progresIf sive republicans of Kentucky. ml we have a presidential primarv-nwe should havo one von mn county Kentucky in the "Woodrow iv;in.. .nlnniii. Put whether a ni mary not, wo do not believe there will lie n chance to take KomucKy uw. .. from him. Payne-Al-dricPost-Offic1 Wilson carry Ohio against him Wo have been pa- 0 0 0 ftftftftftftftftft 0 H. J. McROBERTS 'KENTUCKY STANFORD, 000000 00000ft 0 0 0 00ft" ft ft PROTECT YOUR HORSE Also yourself when driving this cold weather. We are headquarters for Horse blankets, lap robes and carriage heaters. And nil horsemen's supplies. J C. McCLARY, A r.cc. u. a. THE HONEY PAT. OFF. BEST YOU CAKE FOR CAN GET. THE TRY - Stanford. Ky. THEM. W. H. Higgins. . Stanford Ky. I ! .... ien-tuekian- PLENTY OF LUMBER for all purposes. build n house, coop, ON HAND So if ou want to Bring Your Prescriptions eyw Here To Be Compounded When !.. a do Wo have hero for the materials. till sorts and siios in both rough end finished lumber and if wo can- a barn, a chicken hoii80 or a fence, come your physician has pre scribed a midii. m (or you to take, thn next Important 6tep ia to have that, prmcriptl'in placed In tho hands of a thoroughly reliable nnd competent nharmaclst o it will be compounded exactly ns directed. Wc havo trained nn enviable reputation for alwaya bcluj; very careful and painstaking In ourcomooundinc and feel that. In nlllustlco to your own Rood health, you should bring yuur next prescription hete. Here, too, you will find a complete and Inviting display of toilet articles, rubber goods, soaps, perfumes, toilet preparations and all standard remedies. For interior decorating we carry nnd recommend ALABAST1NE, the beautiful wall coating. Call and seo samples of tints and ak us ubout It. , PENNY'8 OKUq STORE. (Stanford, Kentucky rklayWI rwm 'n A i n i 1 m nmiitmtt 1 mmmu hi ' -- r- THE STANFORD WTgUOBJOUWIIAL. 8TANF0WD. KENTUCKY. TUESpAYJOVEMfEW nd-de- d ?t.JBI i$ I 1ct me ovcrhmil your gasoline Littlo Dink Fnrmcr, Jr., in ipiite engind And nvoid cold weather ill with hronehinl pnoiimonln. lh Ilnlloti. Minn Martha llommol upent tho troubles this winter. K. H. Alcorn wns 111 HrnfTnct on jtnve word nt the I. J. office. week end with relnllvcfl In Danville Icgil liiminrsn lnut mrck. R. W. Millnini rninn over from of new I hnvo a nice assortment K. Hughr Hpcnt Hiimlny villi liiwrencchurK 1. Sundhy In upend embroider pntterns nnd will do mvomI days with home folkn. relatives n t Ml. Vernon. Mumping nt rcnsonnblo rates. Mrs MisH Mnrtio MontRomery, of Mihk Kiln Mny SiuiikUth hpcnt 02 tf hns been client of Mr. nnd l 11. Coleman 8ocrnl day with Mrs. Win. Dillinn, Mrn. ,1. L. Mnssny tliiK week. ul Ioiuloii. l!io Ladies Missionary Society Leo Hnyden, of Louisville, upcnt Mr. nml Mrs. John Hell, oC fltwtirn, sovernl dnvn Inst week with his mint, will meet nt the homo of Mrs. K. L. Rmnhnrt ThiirHilay evening nt Jolt Inst week for Corlilti where Mr. Mrs. W. 0. Welch. licit him n poiitinn. Rev. nnd Mm. L. C. Kcllcy, nnd 7 o'clock. MUllllIKIIIfd I, 1). WlllU nrc to children, of Orlindn. Terin., MltH Fresh Oysters just received. Field Kirlunonil .Monilny to Hern 011 tlio Kiiesls of Mrs. Kelly's tmrcnts, Mr. Ilros., nt Jcsso Lynn's old stand. fcilprnl Rrnml jury. nml Mrs. T. I). Ncwlnnd. I'i. 1. Owsley wns up from Colnm-hMr. nnd Mrs, Livingston Coopor. Meet mo nt Ilustonvillo Snturdny, Un with Ins father, l)r John nf Morelntid nrc tho quests of Mr. H. Owhley. Copers' ilniiKliter, Mrs. M. I). Shcnr-c- r November 'J.'itli for eolleclion of tnxes. W. L Mcl'nrW, .Sheriff. Dr. Muck Klliotl 1111. 1 Mike Ken. Wiivno County Outlook. tdlri, of KnnriiMter, went here in tlm Dr. M. C. llcnth, of Richmoinl, Wc nro prepared to instnll hot former' nutn Friday. hns been tho miest of his dntiKhtcr, wntcr nnd hot nir heating, plumbing (.'lull will Mrs. A. II. Sovcrnncc. Tlic Current l'.venN 81-t- f. mett with Mm. T. W. lYnnini:toii on Mr. nnd Mrs. I. L. Reck linvc ear., Conn Ilros., Lancaster, Tlutrmlny nfternoon ul two o'clock. inovod in from the countiy so thnl I.ot. Lemon nnd white spotted Mr. .Sim llriht nnd littlo K",nj' their hriKht children mnv utteiul the They hound; little M branded on right diunlilcr lUrtu June MilU of Ml. gplendid Stnnfonl school. iSterlini;, linvc liccn Msitinu Mrs. M. Imrc Inkcn 11 cottage on Knst Mnin side. f'.'.f)0 reward for returnU1I-- 3to y Charles Rntit.ni llcdgcville, H. Curler near Mcl'onimek'ii eluircli. (drool. Senntnr It. U. HiililnV. J. T. Km' deorRp C. Keller, who has Mr. Ilnulcrs shot a fine steer bcloiiR-in- g hry, S. T. Hums nnd Harvey llehn boon with relatives 111 Ilnrrodslmnr to Fox Duddcrnr in the leg Inst Orch-HT- tl pent Nevoral days nt (.'rah hns rctnrneil to Danville for n visit lnnl week with thp fox hunters. before coim; to his home in Orlando, week. It is not believed thnl the injurnl ns Chief of Police H. I). Carter nml Flondn. 11 o pulilislio a daily paper nnimnl ivill he is. prosperit ilr. Cnrtor spent wornl dnyn in nt Hint place nnd recently lioujflit n result however. Mr. Keller with their vu, Curl hullanuKil There is a great difference In lite fflio hn n nice oiitlon tlicrc. out tlie itcrest of his imrtucr, K. C. Mm. W. I. drum1 Iihi returned Wnlton, who bus lnsti rcnminiis H Insurance policies. Mutual Dcncfit hotic lifter a delightful imt to her Orlanihi runiiiiiK the pnper iluniiu Policies arc superior. I can show sifter. Mrs. .1. Cnner Jones nnd Mr. Keller's nbcnce. AiiMiii, Texas, you. Why not uuy mc ncsir it. m. Mr. J. M. Dunn nf Urn. UurxiH nt Knnmi City. rel-Mr. V. It. It lie, of LuMinullo, is bore on n vMt to his nmnv whom Ncwlnnd Agent. kIojiH(1 over here Fniliiy hctween liven in Lincoln countv. ninoii' InimH with Mr. Sumin Yungir en is Mrs. J. T. Kinbrv, of this city. .Mr. Thomns C. Hall the "Mayor of route homo from Crnli Orctmrd Dunn was in thhe dmir business Mnywood," bought of Dr. .1. T. Mor-n- s ago nml will be herc hIiu nttcuded the fox hunter' hen iniinv yearn of general merclinndic his ii'olhijj. lilensiiiitlv remembered by n number nnd sold to Dr. Morrjs n fotnily bugDr. W. F. Iliekle. of the lle.lKof our older citizens. gy mare, nnd harness. rillij Heetion, hns j:ciih to N'cw York Mrs. Oconre Wood nnd little son, take. 11 courxe of nrokmi Arrow, Okln., nre cuests mid riiiludeliihin to The Ladies Aid Society of the of post xmdiintc lertures. lie will of Mrs J. A. Wood. Miss .Josephine Christnin church will knvc nil Milledccville', is tho he nli.senl heiernl weekn. Snndidee. of on December 9th instead of Mr. mid Alrn. CluirlvH W. Winkler. jruest of Miss Mnrgnrel Davis. Mr. the 2:ird. 1 nii recoiviiiK the coimrntulntioiiH o( J. M. McOravv mid fniinly, who sold his fnrm and stock, nenr their friends upon tin nrrjal of For pnins in the side or chest Imnilxomo joilinr Hon in their lui'r.r, Shelby Citv. will join Mr. Thomas lumpen a pieeo of flnnnol vyilli Chniu wife, nnd leave for Snra-mt- a, lie hns leen nutiuil for his father. Cor nnd bcrlnin's Liinimcnt nnd bind it on .. Mr. K. J. Tanner, wifo nnd ilftnuh-le- r Fin., next Monday nipht, where over tho sent of pain, liters ,. Mis Ruth mid Mr. V. .M. Tnn. they will spend the winter. These mg better. For sale by all dealjinr, of MeKmncj, wore in thin city nre two of the best families that ever ers. s left this county, thorouKhly relinhlo .tcrdfty comint; oer in Mr. Uiimille Meh- - In every way. nml their mnny friends touring "nr. For Sale. A valuable building hope their leavini: is only temporary. rxHIKiir. lot ou Danville avenue. Mis. Char AU-l'Nic Singleton, the I. J.'s - Danville Messcncer. p lotto Warren. rilt'inlM correspondent nt Ml. Mo. section, SHORT LOCALS. rinh and the Vnn!liu For Xiniis presents thnt will wns.tlie iritent of her 'oiisinn, the plense nnd be a jov forever. (10 to Snturtlnv, Misci l'nnnr on There will be prenehimr next Qluvller'N Jowclry Store tf Miw Kui Taylor, "of Crab Orchinortiinir nt 11 o'clock nt the ard, nml Min M11 lce Cnropbvll, Tumersvillo ohiirch by Itev. RutherI will Bell my home on Fast Mnin nieco of Mr. J. F. CuininiiiH, have ford. Kvcrvbody is welcome. street on very easy terms. Hco me lieeu her nirstH here for ncvernl if you are looking for a good hot Mixrt Ida Leo 1'ettuw, anothFor Snle. My homu on Miller priced right. II. C. Imustunnu. nieeo, is her pnest here now. er Street. Fred Kiehcnbr-rRcrSevern! Lincoln eonntv men went I am paying highest prices for over to Richmond Inst week to ere Who's coinc to to carry n buiich of on tho fcdernl juries. Among them while rabbits to the opera house in fresh eggj, chickens and nil kiiius of country produce. Fields Kroti., ero Col. It. II. lirunnugh, of hat next Friday nichtT CertainJ. T. ltohert.s, of Hubble. his no nno tlmt we enn think of, hut Stnnford et Jcsso Lynn's old ptnnd. ly .1. M. Rojnolds. of WuyncMiun:. and cinch' Hint Reno.the Mnsicinn, NICE HOME FOR SALE Orchnrd. it's n J. T. Chndwick. of Crab show that A cottage with fix rooms, out night will find them there nt his Col. Itroimtigli retitnied Friday Rctter .seo it done. buildings and two acres of land. bnting gotten excused from hervice. evcniui. Apply to Mary T. Jones, Lebanon, His many friends will regret to All iicrsoim limine claims nzntnst it.r th.it John Owcley Iteid hns been the esliito of K. W. White doceiifed Marion County Ky. iery ill of kidney trouble.. TV wns nre hereby notified to present the l nt Louisville to mc, promptly verified on or be'I nm pleased to recommend Chnm remoel to 11 Inst week, where ho can bo Riven fore t lie 15 th of December 1911. I bcrlnin's Cousjh Remedy us the best ihiug 1 know of nnd safest rcmedv Hij has improved every nttention. 91 -- 2t. M. Ncwlnnd. Kxor. for coughs, colds nnd hronehinl corisidernlilv in the last few ilayw. n trouble." writes Mrs. L li. Arnold Mrs. ,1, .1. lliekev retunicd m want n hot fire use Kiivv If month' tour in which Dinmond nnd Rev coals from of Denver. Col. "We hnvo ned it frol'i 's and lepentedlv nnd it has never failed hlu Mi'cil nr1011s nuvilianes t. ynnls. to give relief." For snlc by nil distncl nn'otings of the Won.un dcnlcrs. MtuHiuiiarv Society of tho Keiituek Don't forget Reno, the great MaConference of which sho is Torres gician nml wonder worker, who will Thanksgiving services will lu Fcoretnry', He trip in- come to the opera houso on Friday imndins cluded CmnpbelNbur.', ltichiiiond, nii'lit. They say thut tho fjtuntb he held this year nt the Methodist Simpsonville, Shclbx Creotwood, church, nnd Rev. P. L. Rnice. pasdocs will miiko your hair curl. ille, TnIorHille, Hloomficld, Clmp- tor of Iho 1'rcbvtcrinn church, will in, Fleininirshiinr, Newport and othdeliver the address. All tho rhni Relinhlo party would like to rent requested to meet er plwos. She ilelivi'icd -- 3 addrc-- n good fnrm. Host of references. of the city nre ot the Methodist church next Thursrs ilunuc her trip. 01-- tf Lock ltox 'J14. Stanford. day night to prcpnro the music foi l the occasion. PERSONAL and SOCIAL 1 -w i 11 Tnn-tier'00-3S1111-d- JUNCTION CITY. out; don't forget the time nlmost up for per cent to he W. L. MeCnrty, Mrs. Annie 1'nrks, nf I'nrksville to your tnxes 001 f wns n gueist Widncsday, of Mrs. .Sheriff D. It. RniwnficM. Mr. .losie I'hilhps, of London, If von miss tec performing e of iilfil lr. and Mrs. W. W. I'hilhps cilnosdny. Reno nt the opern house on rrulny on Mrs. Juincs Atkins is visiting her nighl, you will miss the bet hIiow tlmt has been seen in Stunrid this li'ircnts, Mr. nnd Mr. flcore Holt-lt- ., N in Lexint;tou. season. The price of iiilniisioii will Mrs. l.owi' Kriciier is viiling her he onlv 2.'), .'15 nml r0 cents. You pnicnts, Mr. nnd Mrs. Clutrlos (lef- can't nfTord to ovorlook this one. fiiigcr, in lliirrodsbiig. Mr. I.illnnl llitfhhuid, of I'nris, is HUBBLE. Look Is M ' Jl wi id w fuiai i TTIUllg With J 5 0 8 o 0 0 0 0 0 Mr, nnd Mrs. Kilinnird Itoiirnc nre rejoicing over the nrrivnl of n fine liov nt their home ho ciime on Mnliirdny night the 11th. Tim young folks stormed Mr. nnd Mrs. J. Iap Murphy Saturday even11 iu. . Crnli-Orchar- .l, lioi-nitn- Sat-'Hlil- 11 Den-ham- tl'J-Il- xr.1,.t".''vfJAtf3W 1 I jlL Clean, Dry Heat Clean, dry heat, with no smoke or odor and with no flying ashes or soot that is what you get with a Perfection Smokeless Oil Heater. RFECTIO The Perfection is the moit I W I Wi S&wmfwrtj 1 w mm mi nil and convenient heating device can rind. It 1$ always ready or use. I here . are no pipes or K Hues or wires to bother you. You can pick it up and take it wherever y extra warmth is wanted. ) ou a 1 VJi Every mechanical improvement that experience could suggeit was already embodied in the Perfection Heater. This year we have tried to add to its The drum are finiihed appearance. either in turquoUe-blu- c enamel or plaia IHi tteeL at you prefer; nickel triramin: ai ornamental ai it u indupeaiable to comfort. A ipecul automatic dtrice aUolutdr pmcuti moklng . 4 um houii. DuWrt iwprWi laiti All paita raiily danedL CaUoa font Cool handle 1 damper top. tr im lor tUuium ctmW ta Standard Oil' Company V Vbbbhhksiss (tacorporaUd) county, tlinl Wednesday " wns about JO "C. " nivc.l by a "J fur dren. 'ft w' leporti-- Tiic-dn- y on pretty ,.t.l Bnme. eoi n Iti'K""" "" S"d nuthority, that the I.. .T,.i,n r.,..l,..n iV X., It. R. Co., had bought of Mr. Dimvillc i.artles nt .25. "f Ilroillicid, the build- 1, tl IT. ...1.1 1! 1. 11In'ible ' s .d by him ns a ti wt inn'i..,w.i.r ...., f ":!.'.-- .' d..hvi.r-!"Inieco fin tory. This hou-- e is hi id nt Itiibhlc. 111st iuros the tracks from Iki Mnbol Rnnkin of Mnrcellus tntcd the present lreight tlipot nnd if the ntlcmlcil the party nt Mr. Murphv's leport is tmo would he un excellent Snturdnv night. locution for 11 depot, some Itev. I). M. Wnlkcr filled his pulpit tiling .Junction piissenger 111 Citv is dire neea Sudiiy evenat the Chriftiun church of. ing. Mr. II. J. Luce has had the roof BOWEN NEWS. of the Methodist church pninted. Jenn Slonu is visiting Alberta Hog killing has opened up in this relatives nt Mnrccllnfl. good stovr section T. C. Rnnkin lost n Jus. McGirr nnd fnmily hnvo. refrom dehorning last week. turned from Illinois after spending two jenrs there. They are going to PARKSVILLE. live on the Hoffman f.inn nenr More land. s Wo sincerely regret to Mute thnt Win. McOirr put chased three Dr. W. A. Drown tells us he is not work mules nt Stanford Mauday. improving any. A fine boy arrived nt the home of Mr. John A. Hollon. who suffered Steve Russell. Tho family highly pnrtiul stroke of parnly-.i- s prize the young gent. the second two weeks sint-c- , is not m well tit James i'owell while operating a this writing. fodder shredder got three of his Mrs. William Savior, who linil fingcis caught in the machinery somewhat improved from a severe very badly crushing and breaking nttnek of tvohoid fever, lias suffer them. ed a relapse und is not expected to Misses 1'inkie nnd Pearl McQiir recover. were in Danville Wcduesduy shopimprov- ping. Miss "Slue Cozatt is not ing ns rapidly as her relatives and The fierce wind Saturday night friends expected. It is now almost scattered and blew away about '200 seven weeks, hince hhe was taken ill shocks of fodder bclonaimt to L. I. She eontiuucH to have some fevor ; Cof f man. each dar. John Russell has for several days Tho protrncted services thnt were been varnishing nnd assembling a conducted by Rev. John II. Jones, of fine e bedstead for D. R. Stanford nnd Rev. 1L M. ShoiWe. of Moore. This picturesque picco of this county, nt the Clems Chapel furniture was piirchutfed for hira in Raptist church, closed Wttlnesday Louisville by Major Shelby more evening. There were not uuy added thnn 40 years ago. to tlie church, but Rev. Jones delivGeorge Slutan, Jr. hns been conered some powerful sormons. The fined to his bed with pneumonia. iittcndnncc wns good.. The church Mrs. M. H. Moore is somewhat strengthened, nnd tho ingathering is improving. expected later. School was closed one week It was u greaj shock to the rela- account of.searlntinn. This disease on is tives and friends of Mr. Charles hein.' suppressed here, but it has inenme jured .itihnns, when the message the Wedncadny ifternoon. nnnounciig to a gicat attendance of the school extent. lii-death. Deceased had only two Mrs. Fnmiio Dunn is quite ill tvilh .vears ago bought the fnrm of .Mr. throat trouble. Avcrv F.nst of Shelby City and was All the shotguns are improving it rapidly, nnd apparent' primed for the rabbits. greased and nhiio- -t ready for linn and his family It is probable that the to enjoy the comforts of a good home happiness and pcaco is overrabbits'a for Only n few since wns stricken season. Although stronir with pneumonia Tho little babe of Jerry physically, this dreaded disease con- tlictl lust Wednesday, ngcDaughcrty 1 month goon its quered nil, and the life of this mother having died 2 weeks preman wns brought tc a sudden end. vious. lie wns n devout member of the Sundny night someone or ones of Baptist church. Honorable nnd up- the baser tore a window shutter tight in every transaction. He was from our sort school house und prized a brother of two of our neighbors window ui) being securely nailed a. nnd friends, Messr. A. J. nnd Jay down before the pilferers entered the Adams--, also of Mr. H. It. Adams, of building, making several holes in the Junction City, and survived by n floor etc., with a 32 revolver. Noth-m- g Stati or Omo Cm or Touoo. I Lucu oocirrr. nohlo wife, nnd three dutiful chilof nny treat value wns stolen. rmixx I. CMxir nikN Mtli Out b b iralor rartnw ot U ana of Y. 3. ami A Co.. doln( dren, whose grief was heart rending A good reward is tip to anv Pnr- buMlatm la tk Cltr of TolrOo. Counlf uf HUH The funeral servico was conducted 'y who will bring substantial proof par Uw nun of itorrkl. mil thai Kkl tnn ONi: HOUnnKO DOIXAltS lor l and rvrrr by Rider John R. Jones, nt the ceme- as to who tho guilty ones were. We rtK ot CATiau that cannot be turnl or " w ol tery in this place Thursday afterluu-- a caTAaaa uvm. would be glad to introduce some law FRANK J. CIICNEV. noon, in the presence of a large to In mr pnaancr, Sworn to baton ma and such fellows. Address our cortbu tth dar ot Daormbfr, A. U, Itt. crowd of sorrowing relatives and respondent. A. W. OlEASOV. friends. Tha writer icins tho many 1.,,Al' f N0TAT rXBUC. Tho probabilities nro tho friends in extending sympnthy to nil .vho entered the houso that been ones llaUi Catarrh Cur Is taken Intrrnallr and aru had vis upon ma blood anil muroua aururra ot Hie lb ,rii'f Ftr.Lken ones. dlrrctlr iting 0110 of Lincoln county's blind-- " rrttam. broU tor UaUmonLtla. frr. '. J. CIltNUV 4 CO. Tolrdo. o rs and wanted to get in to tho Sold br all PrunlnU. 7be. LORIDA. CUBA antl WESTERN t'V lata Hall laniUr IlUa for cooitlpaUon. stoe on that night to "roll he NORTH CAROLINA. bones." Are nenr by nnd comfortably On Wednesday evening November We sincerely lmpo the present rendu l wlvi. you.coisidcr thut the rrard iury in session now will touch Jdlli nt 8 o'clock there will bo a rc- daily Railway operate sothcrn it itnl given by tho pupils of the the "tigers" of our sister neighborincut of expression of tho btnn-for- d tliioit);h sleeiing enrs from St Louis hood. Graded School. Tho progriiin nnd LouUmIIc to Jtooxville, A. hvilio vB, will consist of rendings nml n como-dictt- n Jiuksouville. Tourist tii'kelsnd Iloincscekers' in 0110 act, entitled "A enso of suspicion." There will be 11 nom- tickets nio now- on sale by nil agents inal admission feo of 10 cents to (f tho Southern Rai'wny. Cull on nnv ngent for rates nnd defray 'expense of liuhts. fuel etc, This recital will bo given in, the other information, or write for eopy Homes in the South". chnpcl of tho High school building, of it will ho an interesting program und "Iumd of the bky" booklet, to J. C. Beam, Jr.. A. . P. A. all will bo profited by attending. lint to ;ot tlioin you hnvo to jrut St Louh, Mo. ynur ammunition .frou Coffoy & Cnlcmin. Don't forut't Hint wo car ry tlio vory hff-- line nf slulls, to bo Imd nml wntit to supply nil of our We have IVtrm. PsorlaBla. and other akin remedies had experience with many huntimr friends. troubles are ,causel by myriads of never seenfor skin trouble but havo such remarkable cures a Kerms at work In tlio skltt. Unless In- Ntnrl.v ocry!odv knofs tlmt our from . u. these Kerms aro promptly destroyed thoaa relief from u. Prescription. appu- the very urst ttiey rapidly multiply, Kiiawliip their etant (,'iocrii's cuiiuot ho evejiid any way deep Into the sensitive tissue. cation. We are so conndent that P. D. D. Tills Is what causes that awful Itch, where for freshness nnd price. If wilt and That seemed a mere rash you reach your case that It will cost nothing If the very nrst full sits may arow worse and develop Into a want yiu. Wo cive prompt delivery bottle falls to make ood every claim. loathsome, and torturlnir skin dlteaso any Cofnnd polite service. Tiy tin. If you have skin trouble of drop with Its years of misery. to Don't take any chances! Destroy tha kind we certainly advlsd you or I). I). fey & Colcmnn. the of the Crms at the beginning oleanMnff trouble In and investigate kngw mt!ts V. V. tX. that wash, V. anyway. We with that voothlnK and the r. U. I). I'rescrlptlon for COFFEY A COLEMAN, A 2So bottle will crovo this to you. will bslp yoa Prompt Dsllvtry, Chone IM. , KY. SHUGARS & TANNER, DRUGGISTS, STANFORD, good time. ing, nnd hnd guilts of the fnmily of Mr. W." 0. Orover McICcchnie went to Speed. Ala., Stmiliiv. .Miss Luclla Linglc who uttcniN, Robert McICcchnie of Montgoirierv, Aln., Inst week oil husi- - Koriuul school nt Richinond, is with ns here Jut parents, Mr. nml Mis. S. T. Lin- nes '' lor n few days between tefms of .1. L. Sloan hoiiaht n sow and 10 i '" " s li'ol. nig from A. M. Luce for 2.1. Mr- - Clmrlcs M. Adams, whou losl n 5001I Mr .1. S. McKittrii-Imd bicn over the Royle and week from ent'iig Iiclcn , stfci- last Mr. J. 11. for hunting trip of ten days. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Orubbs; of Shelby City, hnvo .moved to Lexington, where they cipect to reside in future. Mrs. D. 11. McOrnw nnd daughter Mii" Limiiiii. nre at the Willi I'.l.v, his brother-in-la- 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 .0 C Casey's Feet Ho failed to buy his shoes from Cummins ftWearen We can fit you and give you the worth of your money every lime you buy. Hanan," Our Special" and "Eclipse" shoes 0 ? .0 . ' '"''i LiiiiMihi .Mr.'. 7. V. Roberts is ntter.hng f.dcrnl courfnt Richmond. shipped n load of John ... n : iui "f rf "f 0 0 $2.50 to $5.50. ar for street dress.Trice 0 '. 0 , . 0 '. 0 It will do you good a high-to- p ''t," 0 0 ... '. Tr to take a look at that "Good-yeWelt" in u-- K 0 0 0 m -- 0 0 0 0 split the mud; wear like iron and keep your feet dry. Price from $2.50 to $7. Drop in and let us show you hown to . make any shoe 'turn water. r CiJn)iDir,s & Wearer) Stanford, Ky. that will 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 f w - 0 0 ' 0 0 0 10 0 0 . r 0101 ?I00I0B0I0I00I0I0I0I0I0I0I0I 0 0000000000 0 0 0 0000000000 -- VELVET CORDUM - old-tim- i For Suits, Skirts, etc., in Brown, Black and Blue, 50 cents per yard ' J J 0 g. J Aviation caps, Toques, Scarfs, and Sweaters jj " z "Winter underwear and' hos- - ft 0" 0 s We are prepared to supply your demands for cold p weather. Remember we handle only goods of qual. "t ity and guarantee prices. ings, etc. r.e-- . tdii4. r-.-,4- - it dis Hughes, Martin & Co. I & Ky. Stanford, I 0000 0 000000 00000000000 . ' 1 1II EAT BREAD And if you want pood bread order Baimhman's No. I Fancy Patent Flour from vour arocer. He will charge you osly 75 cents for ',au,j 25 pound SACK and your family can live a whole week or lonqer on It. Seo how little It cost to live If you will EAT BREAD made of Bauqh-man- 's flour. YOU CAN'T BEAT IT. Evcrv sack guaranteed to be STRICTLY FIRST CLASS. On sale in every nrocerv store In Stanford, and the maiority of the stores in the county. rH aiMrtl. lubw-utw- 1 1 ttim, I'.fett Ui' -- dc-pn- Quail Are Fine J. This Fall H. BAUGHMAN & CO. Stanford, Ky. Germs Spread in Skin FIT, IF WORT YOU. & DURABILITY JrVjtrrr ,.,,.' I . t vttiUti' trAi rttJif )mw AN ' " t YOU WANT A SUIT OF C L0THES WITHOUT EQUAL THAT INSURES THE WEARER FIT. COMFORT AND DURABILITY. A TRIAL WILL CONVINCE WE MAKE THE FRICE AND SELL THE GOODS. L. L. SANDERS. Crab Orchard, Keniucky.vJ - ' iPWiiWi !,fjpi wi.y il WJtH (lHlHi . T VII JP',J, !W m : J I && FORCED SALE to RAISE MONEY THE STANFtRP INTERIM JOURNAL, STANFORD. KENTUCKY. TVCttAV. IHVEMIEW 31. & Ill I. && , To Save Us From Financial Wen's Handkerchiefs quality 10c and 12 5c Handkerchiefs at l-2c Ruin-ggSKS.- - Ing, shoes, hats, caps, pants, overcoats, raincoats, of all kinds, ladies' and gents' furnishing goods, dry Goods, any thing to be found in any city must go 8 l-3c 3c SATURDAY, NOV.5 days th at 9 o'clock and continuing for 11 1 up-to-da- Ladies' Handkerchief:s 10c and 12 l-2c quality 5c quality at 8c 3c m Owing to the backward seasons and disastrous weather conditions we find ourselves overstocked, our bills are due, "Cash is King," stock of goods into ready cash. The unexpected comes o and CASH we must have We have to convert this large, new and te EVERYTHING NEW AND THIS SEASON'S LATEST CREATIONS Hats WAIT FOR THIS BIG Shoes Clothing JOHN B. STETSON g-9$5 Hat; bale price $2.98 $3.50 and $4 hats at All kinds of Hats, Fur, Velour. Scratch and Derbies now ....$1.48 well worth 2, 3 and $4 8 i- - LADIES' COAT SWEATERS Pure Wool Lonq and Short $3.50 and $4 quality now ....$2.68 $2.50 and $3 quality now ..$1.98 MENS' AND LADIES' Woven Underwear. 79c $1 Quality, the garment 39c 50c quality now Qual- 25c quality now IC UNION SUITS 89c $1.50 quality now LEGGINGS 50c 75c and $1 quality 39c 50 quality now ... FINE LOT In blouse pants, worsted and cash Pnnts worth $3 and $3.50. now $2.48 meres, all colors. New York's latest of imported neckwear, ties worth CORDUROY PANTS. 50c, 75c and $1 must so at ...,39c styles worth $12 and $15 sale Worth 3.50 and $5 snle price $2.98 Ties worth 25c and 50c, sale )tlOO sale Pants worth, .. IC price on these $2.50 and $3: $1.50 Suits worti $7.50 $8 and $10: sale pnee . .$1.98 some at $5.48 price JEANS PAH 5 Bays' suits worth $4, $5, and $0.50 84c $1.25 pants now . $2.98 And a lot in some broken sizes that sell at $3, $4, $5 and $G must In the new effect, made with full $1.48 pes at tanned belt loups, silk strops An-lo- The Home of ity and style Boys' KneeSuits MENS' ALL WOOL SUITS Pest make, worth $25 ami $30. ;IS.98 Sale price Men's pure wool suits, easily worth $20 and $22.50. price.. $'458 Men's al wool suits in Blue, Serge, Tan, Gray, Black and fanny mixed worsted or Cashmere, easily wortth $15 and $lfr Sale price $1 1.48 Mens' all wool suds, worth $7.50 $10 and $12.50 sate price . . . . $3.98 MENS' PURE WOOL couts, Overcoats and rain-proworth $22.50 and $25, must wo $11 at Mens overcoats, well worth $17.50 $11.96 mlA $20. Bale price CNrcrcoats for men and hoys. worth $12.50 and $15 now ..$8.98 t of all sizes, well worth $3.98 $4 t Coat Sweaters PURE WOOL Mens $2.50 and $3 coat sweater The stock is now belnq remarked. No attention will be paid to what these qoods actually cost, but we will cut and slash these qoods to meet the demands of our "creditors" to save our qood name. We are markinq these qoods at prices that will be the talk of Stanford for years to come, as we have' LED always in MERCHANDISE and PRICES. We have waited the last minute for this bia sale. WE NEED THE MONEY and you are bound to have the qoods.. Think once, and you will buy. Why not load up heavy now. when you have us at your feet. SALE -2 -3 GUM COATS AND SLICKERS $.1.50 Fish llrnnd $2.79 $2.50 Slickers nt 1.98 Of all kinds, hiqh and low top, pat-efeather, qun metal, vlci kid and ne Lightweight (linn Coat $3.50.. 3.98 A Nice Llqhtwelqhl Dress Coat SHIRTS-Dr- ess enamel. Mens' Hiqh Top Shoes $0 now r no $4,48 K50 $3.98 $3.48 $2.50 Shirts nt 2 Shirts Mt $1.50 Shirts nt and Flannel $.9f I.4 . at $1.91 $1.50 and $2 coat sweaters now sale $1-24 price 75c and $1 sweatctrs 39c $1.00 here will go as far as $5.00 elsewhere Outinqs worth 10 and 12 cents per yard, now 8 All kinds of dry qoods Included in this sale. cents per yard. Percales, 15 cent quality at" 10 cents, dark American and Simpson Calicoes at 4 and light. cents. Pure woolen flannels, worth 25 and 35c at 19 cents, at 8 Flannelettes, worth 10 and 12 -2 -2 -3 REMEMBER THE DATE SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 1 1th Lasting 1 5 DAys Only CORDUROY COATS 1 yJ Men's and Young Men's Odd, Pants 0, 7. and $8 sale of the best makes; single and Norfolk styles, 50(j quality $7.50, 8.50 and $9 coats at $5.48 $2.98 25c quality Other Corduroy coats l.'io quality Odd Worsted Coats Worth $3, $ I and $5; sale price $1.96 j 10c quality Caps now $4 $1 caps now 50d and 75c caps now 25c caps now 77c price $4.98 42c runts worth .4 and $o; snle tprice 19c $2.98 Pants worth SAM ROBI 1-- egooegroggge0e(Sioittg THE FARMERS I 1 Mc-Cnrcon-isti700-poun- d i e3o$&&t,wfl&&& VB-notin- We have a bu3er for a farm ot about 100 acres well improved mid on pike. If you have anything near this, list it with us. Hughes & Stanford. 62tf For Sale. 25 two year old mules 88-tJames Mosser. f For Sale. A nice little farm, of 10 aero. William Porter. Powell. & Depp, of the West Knd bought of S. P. Stephenson last week 14 young cattle (5 cents. For Sale. Nice little farm of 10 acres good house, good barn, fine orchard, cistern nt door, stock water all necessary outbuilding will s'ell cheap. Also hank stock. W. M. Porter, Stanford. Ky.. I. P. Kuble the prominent I'uenn Vistn, stork man bonjrht a pair of mules at Danville Monday for $250. Myers Tucker, of the West Knd, ho.ight of vnrious parties last week 50 hogs at 5 to 5 cents a pound. James Yowell, ot Hustonville. delivered to J. C. Caldwell, ot Boyle county, 125 1,000 to 1,200 pound cattle, for which he received $5.35. I P. Yandell, of Boyle, has just received a consignment of 70 heavy cattle he bought .at $5.10. They came from Jim Yowell of the West End. A rat load of cattle belonging to Myers &. Tucker, of the West End, while' en route to the, Cincinnati market, wafc derailed near Burgin. The car overturned and many of the cattle were bruised up and rendered unlit for the market for some time. In the same week n load of hogs belonging to Lutes & Co., overturned, resulting iu a number beinj; killed and many tadfv erippleJ. Some laeeut Hale made at Dan dle were: Lillnrd & Kox to flrnu- V Cccil. 21 entile nt VUlt hi. name 10 uogcr uiiiura. u cal,,e Ht 4,40' Bame ,0 cattle at J5 fec?8am?o T.D. English 12 J?o. cattW 4. Ul-2t- p. 1- -2 DOO-pou- u' 785-pou- Ca. one half pound cattle at four an l.tOO pound John cents , J. cat lie at n good price. , to J. W. aW &te thre. Ver-millio- C.,0 C T. W. Jones & Co. shipped three J. L. Beazley sold to Gcorgf D. formation. Mr. Curter will stand him binds of hogs and one of sheep to Boone last week 35 nice hog at hero ne.M season. Mr. Walker will Cincinnati hist week. send over his handsome young stal2 cents. J. II. ISuughiimii left Friday for It. I). Iloltzcluw shipped about 70 lion, lli'li Cloud, which is already Atlanta, a.., where he will handle hog- anil 15 cuttle to the Cincinnati well known to local breeders. He Kentucky horses and mules again markets last week. He is always made a tine reputation here last seathis winter. Henry Baughman, of Mi the market for nuything on foot. son, and will undoubtedly be ipiite Hustonville. left Sunday to join J. C. Etihauks sold last week to a fnvorite next vcur. him and will be his n.ssistant. Mr. James Meredith, of Salvisa, Mercer Col. .1. V. Chandler, the famous liiiughumii has great success last county, an even dozen auctioneer, cried the sale of It. 1.. winter in this business and made cattle at 4 2 cents a pound. Porter at his farm on the Lancasquite n reputation nmong the cotton It. C. Arnold, who is always in ter pike Tuesday morning. Cows grower of the south for furnishing the market for live stock of almost sold from $50 to $21; hogs at $0.70 them splendid animals. He is not any character, last week bought 24 and d shouts at $4.40. so sanguine of the jnule market iu fat d shouts from Ncvin Household and kitchen fiirntiuro Atlanta this winter for cotton has Carter at 4 cents. He got a und farming implements sold well. gone down and the growers, will not cow and calf from Mr. Sumns. the Iicmcmhcr Mrs. Liz Melvin's sain oe wining to pay such high prices n German farmer for $45 Wednesday at 10 o'clock near th lor mules as heretofore. This is and a cou and heifer from J. J. Kig-nc- y hphesus i hurch. afle-tinthe mule market here to for .50 Lost. A pale red cow weighing some .extent. Joe Bales shipped 2.t car loads between 850 and 900 pounds. Had Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Neul. of Hidi-mon- of export cattle from the Danville smell bell on; slit in left enr and hue purchased the Brutus J. depot to New Vork last week. The V. C. brimd on left hip. Please reClay place.-- just outside the city entile shipment was purchased from turn to Owsley MeWhorter, Kidd' limits of that city, price $30,000. Jere Caldwell at .C75. Danville store, Ky. 80-tmis is one ot the most modern, con- Advocate. Chamberlain's Stomach and Liver venient and handsome residences in Lillard & Fox sold 79 head of Tablets do not sicken or gripe, nnd Central Kentucky. The farm eon-tai- slop cattle to Roger Lillard, of An- may be taken with pet feet surety about 750 acres, and joins the derson county last week at $1.50. by the most delicate women of tho present property of Mr. and Mr. They will be slopped this winter nt youngest child. The old and feeblo Nral. The residence alone cost the the Cedar Brook distillery. Dauvillo will also find them, a most suitable original owner $35,000. It is or Advocate. remedy for aiding nMstrciigtli'-ninbrick ami stone three stories and The high winds of the past few their weakened digcMn and for rehas every modern convenience. days have played havoc with com gulating the bowels. 'For sale by all C'upt. T. I). English reports the shocks all oer the county, and hae dealers. sale of Oeonre Clayton, near Bur-gi- Kept many hands nt work straighten ns one of the best of the sea-so- u. ing them up. The farm, containing 104 The Danville Tobacco Warehouse m posted acres, purchnsed two years ngo by which haudlcs a lot of Lincoln counMr. Clayton for $97, was sold to W. ty tobacco, announces in the 1. J . II. Squires, of Bourbon county at today that it will have its first sulcs G. W. Hastv Herman Birkolz. C. T. Willson, C. M. Allen, $137 an acre. Forty head of thor- on Dcr. 1. Mr. H. C. Bright is at oughbred Berkshire hogs and gilts the head of this hustling hoiife and L. G. Gooch. J. B. Manning sold at from $25 to $140 a bend. always sees that particular atten- Kcichcnbach Bros. N. II. Plummer, Buyers from three ditfeient states tion is paid nut of town growers, Fred Von Allnian Jacob Gander were on hand Mntlie H. Hewes. S. H. Bnughmuii when they bring iu their crops Th'' number of exhibitors for the J Nuwn Carter and W. ). Walker W. J', llelden Fred Von Gruenfgun, minimi Horse Show, uhich "iied arc preparing to send a couple of John Herzog. J. M. Gooch in New York last week shows that splendid young show horses over to Win. and John Huffman. as an adjunct to society, ut least Billy Shropshiie ut Winchester to William Cordier. J. B. Myers. (he horse still holds his own. Nearly train for several months this winJ. . Baughmun. I P. Nunnelley, 2,000 uiiiinals will bo shown by III'! ter. Mr. Carter will send over his J. F. Govcr, Mrs. V. G. McBeo exhibitors. The number breaks all handsome young chestnut stallion Mrs. Spoonamore. esrecords since the exhibition was Kentucky Gentleman by Chester G. W. Koger, John M. Carter. tablished 27. years ngo. Tho cash Peaviue out of n Ited Squirrel mare. J. B, Cumenisch. prues with the gold und silver tro- This ouugster is but two years old Mrs. S. D. Hiatt, Sam Custella phies offered in the 154 classes are but has already attracted much atNotice. No one allowed to bunt valued at $40,000. tention by bis style and splendid con on my funn. Fox Dndderar. 100-poun100-pouu1- -2 well-knowd, ns n, n Sox nui.t go must go now now at at STANFORD Nixt Lin cili National Kentucky link (obocco pool in the Ken- &&& & Tho dark 0$&6$ PajMr SUSPENDERS .39c .. 3J8 .19c 50c quulity now quality now I.4 . lie 25cand 10c quality nt 15 .. 98c ..8c .. 78c RUIBERS BLEACHED COTTON of all kinds. Rubber boots. Felt and 10c quality boots of all kinds. Light welqht 12 r, Hope and Red Fo rubber, sandals. Rubber arctics and brand, to now er yard... 8 and rubber shoes. Heavy dull finish, rolled sole rubber. GINGHAM All at cost price. We must sell Not crnde of I) rem (! indium these now. 12 1 to 15c niinlitv imt Anvthlnq in Ihe rubber line. yard 8 I -- 3c Mitt-senge3c Mens' Fine Dress Shoes of the finest Make of Styes. $4.50 shoes nt $3.86 $4 Shoes ne $3.48 $3.60 shoes at $2.98 $3 shoes at $2.39 2.50 shoes nt $1.98 (2 tbocs nt $1.48 LADIES FINE DRESS SHOES In vevet, tans, patent leathers, qun metal, vlci kid. $3.50 shoes now .....$2.9i $3 shoes nt $2 48 f 2.60 shoe at $I5 j.48 nhotn nt 1.50 shoes at $1.19 (tatter. 50 cent quality now . . 38c Gaiters. 25 cent quality now ...19c Woven Sock and Stockings worth 25c and 35? now ,19c 0c and 75c Shirts at LADIES' BEARSKIN AND COATS I hirs nt 78c 3C FUR $8.48 Misses' Fur Coals, worth $12.50 and $10, nt $8.38 Children's Bearskin Coats Worth $4: sale price $1.78 Woolen and Cotton Blankets $5 Blankets nt $3J8 JlSCoai H Blankets nt WiW IJnK-lP- l $1.50 Blankets $1 Blankets at 12 Comforts $.1.75 2J8 I. II 73f 2.45 l , COMFORTS Comforts ut $1.25 Comforts nt SUIT CASES Leather and Compressed $1.50 Suit Cat.es at 3C V Suit Cases nt 19c $2 Suit Case nt Be $1.50 Suit ('awes at 1 Suit Cases nt at $1.48 1.21 9fC ooo066d&&$&6 &6$a$ao66 di-.l- '&&& -- ' trnsh forthe lowest grade. Thi-- j is what would have been the result samples of white corn 2.50, and to bad the pool become (Irmly cstabli'rtl,. the farmer exhibiting the best samtucky disponed of its entire holdings ple of yell'tw com $2.50. ed up in this, the burlev Bring iu i ml. about 29,000,000 pounds, for the your samples to the bank and put sum of 2,500,000. The American on cxlubitio'i between now and the CASH PRIZES FOR CORN Tiibiiccn Cowpany got most of the lbth on which dale all entries will crop. The sale incbidcs every stick To Be Given Farmers By State Bank close. The premium will bo awarded of pooled tobacco in the Green rivet & Trust Company. by an expert on tho 25th of Nov. territory, and was made by each of The Slate Bank & Trust Com- 1911. Come in nnd mnko yor enthe orgiiniznioiis for prices ranging Yours to serve pany will give premiums ns follows tries. from $10 $10 forleaf and lugs to tlic fanners of Lincoln county: BANK & TRUST CO.. STATE and $"J for trash for the best grade, and $0 for leaf and lugs nnd $3 for Best seed corn (white) $7.50; also For the people, of the people, by the to the farmer exhibiting 2nd best people. Green nter section of Western lo-$- C. H. C. BRIGHT, Pres. ALLEN HIEATT. J. S. PRICE, Sec. & Treas. Danville Tobacco Warehouse Co. (Incerperated.) that at the earnest request of the buyers, they have decided lo have their opening sale on Monday December 4th. They have the assurance of the following buyers that thev will he on hand nnd prepare to tnke care of the new crop: The It. J. Reynolds Tobacco Co.; The American Tobacco Co.; J. P. Taylor & Co.; Q. T. Pattou & Co.; Vaughn Bros. Co. and J. L. Faulkner k Co. ANNOUNCES " BRING YOUR TOBACCO TO o Danville Tobacco Warehouse Co. at yoo. 503 West Walnut St., Unnville, Ky., whero we will have eierything the very best udvantngo nr ranged to show your tobacco off to so that you will be able to realize full market price for your crop. We ndio to sell your tobacco on (he open market where you can get full competition of all the buyers; this is the onlv way to get full value for your tobacco. t8 Jl'5"? e Danville Tobacco Ware-house Co. OiKKBOratnLy -- 37 jL kdj J ' - . 1ri; I WmMfrWifi'frpifa4Miiiiii JSLyL Til Am' t. ' Mi