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The Stanford interior journal: November 24, 1911 The Stanford interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images Shelton Saufley Stanford, KY 1911 int1911112401_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 24, 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. .f The STANFORb Interior Journal. as VOLUME ANDERSON XXXVIII NO 03. COUNTY FAVORS A STANFORD, LINCOLN COUNTY, KENTUCKY, FRIDAY, NOVEMHEIt BS 21, 1011. EVERY TUESDAY fho o'd original farm contained 213 acres. Tho price paid wns 29.1 pounds nnd three shillings, and not n cent of it in cash but in produce of the farm nnd no deed was mnde till tho farm was paid for. John Robinson's home near Crab Orchard burned Monday nvenic;,. Most of tho household goods were gotten out by the neighbors. The loss is about $800, with no insurance. The PJcasnnts farm now owned by J. T. and G. A. Plensants, has been in that family for over 80 years There is now standing on tho farm an old horso mill in good npair. Tho main wheel that runs the stones is 100 feet iu circumference. It has wooden cogs nnd is still used in grinding corn, buckwhent, etc. There are seven of the Pleasants brothors nnd sisters still living nnd in good health. The youngest is CO years old nnd all live in three miles of Crub Orchard. Ncwlnnd and Scott sold to Thur-loJones a bunch of 200- - pound hogs nt $5.50 a hundred and to Oscar Jones a bunch of shoats nt $5. D. D. ItolUclaw- - Is 'building a nice residence on tho farm he recently bought of Garner Price. The high winds of the last few dnys have done considerable damage by blowing down fodder. In somo Gelds there is scarcely u shock standing; Mrs. Sallie Pennington has rented her farm to J. W. Reynolds, of near Rowland. Mrs. Pennington has gone io Oklnhoma to live with her daughter, Mrs. E. 0. Singleton. Miss Nell Newland hns gone to Prcnchersvillo to help Mr. W. 0. Cummius during the Christmas rush at his store. Mrs. Sid Duke made a pleasant visit with Mrs. II. F. Newland last w AND FRIDAY CRAB ORCHARD. PRIMARY. zona. We rgret lo give up these CALLENDER-JACO- good citlzonp. As I have not seen nny news from Mrs. Sallic Pennington left last tins town for some tiino I feel moved Monday for Hnrrnh Okla., where by nu unknown power to drop a few she will nmkc hero homo in the fu- And Against Taking Snap Action In Popular McKlnney Couple Are at Henderson. Mar-vie- d Congressional Race In Favor of Any Candidate Cheering newt cume to Congrcs-ma- o Hurvcy Helm thU week from Anderson rounty, whete n very bitter ami pergonal fight hns been mode iixju liim by Editor Jesse M. Alver-mi- i, of the NewH. It dovclops that nil fllort wns mado to call n meeting of tlio 8th District Congressional Committee nt Islington nt the. time the fith Appellate Committee whs meeting ami nominating Judge John I). Carroll to the Court of Apfor peal. It wns hoped by the opponent of Congressman Helm to enlist ii majority of the. district committee, who would request Chniminn Fitch to call a meeting and upon hi refusing to do this, they desired to hnvc the majority of the committee they hoped to Kctt cull the committee together and then vote h cull for a congTTMiioiial contention. Chnirmnn Mountjoy, of "the Anderson county committee, wan requested to uttend, and there wan ocie suspicion, it seems, that he might favor notion looking toward a (onventiotu. So the Democratic County Committee of Andersou, the governing authority there, quietly "held a little meeting1 itself, and at itH meeting instructed Chnirmnn Mount-jo- y to vote for a primary in the rvenl the congressional matter wn brought up at the, Lexington conference. Th Iifxingtou meeting was held, and Judge Carroll was renominated for his position on the appellate bench, but thero was nothing said or done in un ofllcinl way touching upon the 8th Congressional district nominution. .or the method of making same. The district committeemen lint nmlouhtedly determined to nbide bj the Democnitie state platform, iind are not in favor of snap judgment being .taken in the interest of any enndidnte or set of candidates in direct violation 'of the party's pledge to the eople. CIRCUIT COURT CONVENES AGAIN. Judge I I.. Walker convened Cir--u- it court again after a short recess f Mveral days during; which time ho held a short special term of court The civil docket was iit Danville. liikeu up, the first Milt coming to the attention of the court belli? that of the Willow Springs Distillery Com-pnagainst W. O. Speed, lining an old suit fur some $700 alleged to bo due fur some whiskey bought years ngn. The '.mind jury again went into session Thursday and a number if indictments nie expected this nj lines of After season, passed, veek. COUNCILMAN ' W. News-JouinnI- P. ). WALTON (Frankfort Councilman -- AV. 1. Walton is the I I; .vny the erstwhile dean of the rural ! roosters vrili have to be addressed 'father did. Mr. Fred Gurnet t who is acting n the future. Col. Walton was eleet-f- d a trember of the council nt Lex- - agent for the L. & N., ruilrond Co., ir.gtou from the second ward, at the here likes our town so well, he hns Col. Walton, with decided to make his home hero in i event election. the future. hi.s uhuu! modesty, did not Hay any D. Colyer, one of our merMr. thing about having entered politics, nnd the Iexington newspapers hav- chants, will move his business to ing bo much election news to print, Cedar Creek, ho having rented the did not mnke any seclat mention of store room, leeently vacated by Ware Curtis Egbert, of the Eust End, who has been ill for the past six months, with a complication of disdays last eases, hiccoughed 2 week Viich prostrated him very much, and he still continues weak. The ultctiding physicians did everything in their power to stop tho hictown. coughs and finally succeeded after a There is an extensive timber busibain struggle. Mr. Egbert's many ness nt this place, although it was friends huve been quite uneasy over believed that nil the timber had been his condition. exhausted years ago. The Howyer Ilros., have just round LEAVES BRIDE OF FIVE MONTHS ed out n week's quail hunting. They George James, aged 20 years, n were the guests of J. O. Kiddle while ron of Eph James, died at his home here. J. II. I,cavell, and duugbtcr, of in the Cedar Creek section Monday, Ilrynntsville nttended the fox huut, nfter a short illness of typhoid fev-- c. Young James is survived by his and were the guests of kinsmen here. wife, to whom he had been married .Miss Mollic Hrooks went to Louisonly five mouths, and hi.s taking ville for a short- stay. Mrs. M. K. Fish, who has been nwtiy is patieuLirly sad at this time. Ilis widow, family nnd other loved quite ill, we are glad to say is uing. ones hnvei much sympathy in their bereavement. Curtis Egbert remains very lor "Mrs. "Clara I). Traylor, of Henry f'l.iy Ileattie, Jr., condemnKy who bus l.een visiting her daughter Mrs. I. W. Fish, leturned ed to die Friday morning in the elechome today, Mrs. Fish accompanytric chair nt Richmond, Vu., for wife murder received the sacrament of ing her as far as Stanford. the Lord's supper and professed reK. I Collier of thu Duke & Collier Lumber Company, made a Hying ligion. trip to Lebanon and other points on IS PROBABLY THE NEXT MASTER COMMISSIONER OF GARRARD. basilicas. .Madam Rumor hns it, that ono ol our "Slntesville" girls is soon to bo wedded. Can't give names yet. The hunters report u seureil of quails list lots of rabbits. Messrs. C. A. Redd, James A. rBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBHtt"w9HR9iBBHH IMinistoii and Ilesser Howard, returned from a bear hunt, in the mountain of East Kentucky. Thiy say the bear wns conspicuous fur his ubence in that section. Tho - & X., railroad company are assisting our progressive town 3BjbjBjBjBmv-rBjBjHMtafc- i trustees, in making streets in t'vub Orclmrd, which is h'glily appreciated by all. George F. Debordc's friends it) tins end of the county are glnd fficy will have uu opportunity to show their ap prcciation for his father's loyalty, nnd his untiring work for the party, by voting for him, for jailer. We be- lie vu thnt hu will make good, as his ". side-walcon-vales Rich-ifloitd, random. a very prosperous and gay the .summer festivities have n ery noted fenture of which wan thu National Fox Hunter's meeting, which took place nt the famous Crab Orchard Springs, during the past week. This meeting was nttended by noted sportsmen from scvcrnl states, the most noted aiming them being, Roger Willinms, of Lexington, who is president of the association. Elsim A. StnrkH, ot Pitlsfield, Mass., Thomas Mull, of Holly Grove, Ark., A. M. Watson, ot Thomnsvillc, On., C. P. Mullins, of Buffalo, N. Y., W. l Ilulbert and I)r Clark Davis of Cincinnati Ohio. It was conceded by nil thnt tho meeting was a success. ijince the election of the new bonril of Trustees, this burg hns began to look up, and take on city airs. Concrete arc being built, and several new buildings nre under construction in New Crab Orchurd, which by tho way, is the coming part of our town. Thero is now more business done in nnd around the depot, than nil the rest of ture. Vie Owens hat returned to St. Louis. ' Mr. J. E. Pleasants is out after n severe nttack of la grippe. What has become of the chnir factory that washing to loente here? This is a good location for n flour mill, being, as it is located between the consumer nnd producer. The Ladies' Aid Society, of the Haptist church will hold an exchange, in the Judge Colyer store room on Wednesday 201 h. Cakes and candies in piofusion and nil nro invited to buy their Thanksgiving supfiers that dny. Exchange opens nt 10 A. M, HICCOUGHED TWO DAYS Curtis Egbert, of Crag Orchard, In Bad Condition. McKlnney, Nov. 23. of much interest here wns solemnized nt the home of Mr. J. M. Callcndcr, at Henderson, on Wednesdny, tho 22d, the contracting parties being Miss Dollie Callcndcr and Mr. Hnrry Jacobs, of our city. The bride is a well known and much tidmired young Indy of the county, and has a host of friends in her home town, while Mr. Jacobs is one of the best known Losiness men of McKinncj. He stnnds high with everyone and has the confidence end esteem of all, nnd hu is to be heartily congratulated on winning such a charming helpmeet. Mr. Jacobs nnd Miss Cnllender were married at the home of Miss Cullender's parents, where a ftw of the most intimate friends were present. After the ceremony, they were escorted to tho dining room where a sumptuous six o'clock dinner was served. The bridal coaplc then left on n train for Evansville, Ind., and other points of interest. They will teturn home hero Sunday or Monday where they will be tendered another reception by their many friends here Jacobs has u host of friends here and elsewhere who extend to him nnd Mrs. Jacobs their very best wishes for n long and happy life. Porter Duncan and sister, Miss Myrtle, are visiting in Stanford this week, the guests of Mr. and Mrs. Cicero Reynold?. Oscar Fowler nnd Herbert Foulzer were calling on Indy friends -- here Inst Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. M. H. Singleton entertained the band boys Inst Monday and served refreshments, much to the boys' delight. Urother Gnbbert will preach nt the Christian church on next Sunday, morning nnd night. Miss Lula Thncker is the attractive guest of the Misses Houchins at Elixir Springs. It sounds to us us if we con hear the sound of wedding bells that will soon ring for some of our town people. A wedding Miss Dcllo Gooch visited her brother in Somerset last week. Tho Literary Society will meet, nt the schoolhouse Friday night at G'AH o'clock. Miss Dcrthn Rhoteu, n niece of Mrs. W. A. Coffey, nnd Dennis both of Somerset, were united in the holy bonds of jnntrimony on Wednesday nt the. homo of Mr. Rho-tiThey enme to McKlnney nnd nie the guests of Mrs. Coffey, who dolightfully entertained for them. Chester Coffey, of Rome, Gn., was the guest of his parents, Mr. and Mts. W. A. Coffey. This is his first visit home in four years. Miss lcnn Deck is visiting in Somerset, tho attractive guest of Miss Dessie Clothier. Mrs. J. W. Davis and son, of Somerset, were the guests of her parent, J. L. Deck Inst week. Cn3-sidy, n. W. H. MURPHY MAY. LOSE SIGHT OF AN EYE Small Piece of Rock Penetrates Eye- ball and Causes Serious and Painful Injury W. II. Murphy is in bad shnpo nt his home on the Hustonvillo piko as a result of n peculiar accident last wee!;. While breaking up somo rock near the barn, u small chip flew into his left eye penetrating the white of tne eyeball, just before the retina, nnd causing a very painful and serious injury. Mr. Murphy hns been in a rundown condition for some time and since ho hns been laid up with his injury, has become in bad condition nnd i under constant medical treatment. His physician is unable to say as jet whether or not he will lose the sight of the eye, though fears nro entertained thnt ao will Mr. Murphy is one of the .best known nnd most prominent fanners of Lincoln county and has a host of friends who will regret to learn of his injury. SIX GOVERNORS. Will Participate in Inauguration Gov. McCreary. of One Governor of Kentucky, n Governor elect aud four of this Commonwealth will participate iu the inauguration of Jnmerf R. McCreary December 12 at Frank-foi- t. J. The are Simon Itoli-.IS'iekner, Senator W. O. Bfno'Iry, i W. Piikhnm and Mr. Mc Of course the ?r Creary. Governor in Governor who will participate Willsou aud it is probably the only time in the history of nny state in the Union when so many took part in the inauguration of mpjbjbjbjbjbjL jp9hbjbjbjI5v IbHkm wIH BBBBBBBBvlBlBM rBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBHBBB& I. Iw I the election of the famous editor. The next thin? we may expect to hear & darner. flit ubovo is u cut Drown, HON. W. H. brovVn. that Councilman Walton ning for Mayor of Lexington. U is run- t Figures mnde known by the Con-mUiircnu show the value of Ken tucky horses and mules to bo $71,. 071,20. Iowa leads in vulue of draft Animals, while Texas lends nil other Htntes in the number and value of its mules. is Have you natd your subscription t The residence of John Robinson near town wns destroyed by fire Tuesday night. Karl Haker, ono of our prominent fanners, left tho city today on n business trip to Richmond, Carlisle, Muysvillu, nnd other points. Mr. A. It. Hastin, who hns been representing the Adler Lumber Company nt this place, will go to Nebraska in the near future to make his home. Mr. Qus Oieszl will locate in Ari of Hon. W. II. election nnd performed tho almost flnrrnrd couuty better known unprecedented feat of carrying jt lo his Mono's, however, as "Roge" for the democratic ticket in uu off Drown, who will in nil probability bo year. appointed Muster Commissioner of Oarrard county by .ludgo Hardin. .Mr. Drown bus a great many friends in Lincoln county who believe he is the right man for this place, and that there is truly no moreideserving democrat in Garrard of tho honor. Mr. Urown was the campaign chairman in Gnrurd in tho recent The secret of this was the he perfected. Uo is aligned with no faction and bud all working heart and soul for tho ticket 'before the campaign was fairly under way. Judgo Hardin would certainly do the right thing should ha appoint this splendid democrat and gentleman to the of Uarrnrd. t,lendid organization up from Bumsidc to the burial of Ed White. Miss Ijllie Garner has returned home from MeKinney where she bus been helping her uncle, Mr. Ware, in his store daring his big sale. Mrs. Charley Lewis died last w.eek of pneumonia and was buried Sunday. She was a sister of T. D. Boone. . She leaves a husband nnd two little children, besides other brothers and bisters to mourn her loss. RURAL ROUTE NO. I. There wns a smnll wreck Sunday The burial of Ed White was post- evening about a milo south of May- poned until last Saturday morning, wood. A tender jumped the track o'l account of his brother Joe, who and tore it up for a considerable dis came from Texas, missing connectance. Ono of the trainmen was CHAS. COOPER PARDONED. tion. The funeral services were con- bruised lip considerably. All trains Charles Cooper, of Dell county, ducted by Rev. J. G. Livingston, as- were delayed four hours. and Elijah Blnnton, of Hardin counsisted by Mr. J. C. McClary. Tho ty, life convicts in thu penitentiary members of the Masonic order of LOGAN'S CREEK NEWS for murder wero pardoned last Tno protracted meeting which has week by Governor Crab Orchard and Prcnchersvillo Willsonv took charge of tho remains at the been iu progress for the past two The cases have been before Govgrave. The largest crowd of rela- weeks conducted by Rev. Ilerold, of ernor Willson since ho ciure into oftives uud friends I have ever seen West Mrginia, closed with good re- fice, and he says ho thinks the men assembled nt a country burial, was sults. have been punished suffilientlj for arouud the grave as the last of this Miss Edith O. Wntkins has been the crime committed, which it is alsplendid young roan's remains were on thu oick list. leged, were in laid in his last resting place. Tho Mrs. C. E. Rice and adopted Cooper is given absolute pat don, family wish to express their thanks daughttr, Maud, and little niece, but Wanton's pardon is conditional to the kind neighbors for their goodMiss Nell Newland, of Livingston, yi hi3 good behavior. Cooper is ness and kindness during his long wns the guest of Mrs. W. M. Fields in Lincoln.- sickness, especially to Sidney Dunn, and family last week. who hardjy left his bedside day or Miss Lizzie Bee Coppage, who has BAZAAR AT HUST0NVILLE nirht during tho lust illness. been tho attractive guest of her sis Tho Ladies Aid of the Christian Thcie are thrco historical farms ter, Mrs. G. W. Martin, has returned church will have nt tho opera house on Cedor Creel:, the old Whitley to Georgetown. on November 28 from noon 'till 12 farm, owned now by Mrs. Sallie Mrs. J. M. Wnro has been quite P. M., a bazaar of fancy wnrk and Pennington, tho brick house of ill for the past week. , edibles. Ices served nt nil hours. which thero hns bocn so much writMr. Thurman Jones has been vis Every one cordiully invited to be ten. It wns built in 1782. The walls iting his uncle, Mr. C. W. Lovell. present. are ouo foot thick; the doors made W. M. Fields, W. M. Duncan, A. b of onk plank doublo thick- W. Sampson, R. N. Sampson nnd CAOHEY-LAWS- 0N. ness, aud the windows arc six feet Henry Fields will leave on a hunting Mr. John 'Lawson nnd Mis Kffie from the ground with 8x10 lights. trip to Rockcastle, to be tho guest Caughey were roiirricd Inst Saturday Some of tho gluss now in them wns of J. W. Fields' while theie. the 18th at 11 A. M., at the home carried over the mountains on pack Marion Fields broke tho record in of Martin Lawson, brother of the horse. The house is built of red this section while hunting the lap, bridegroom, on the Dr. Fowler farm brick with white brick so arranged three days, killing 4G birds. Good on Hanging Fork. Rev. J. J. Dickey as to make diamond shnpes till over for Marion. performed the ceremony and re the house. S. L. Stephenson nttended the Mn ports a most delightful old timo wed The farm now owned by H. F. sonic banquet at London last Mon- ding with a big dinner of everything Nswiand was bought from Colonel day evening. good. Whitley ubout 1780 by his great Brother D. M. Walker, of Stan grandfather. There have been five ford, hasabeen hunting for (ne last Tho I, J., enrries more fnrm n generations born on the farm which few days with J. T. Dudderar, o sole advertising than nnv other conntry paper in Ktntuckv bas been in the family for 130 years. this vicinity. . e. well-knoono-inc- Former Governor a Governor. Puckner, Rradley and Beckhum will occupy a carriage and be in 'the inaugural parade with Governor McWillson and Governor-elec- t Creary. Tht inaug'itat parado will be the largest and n.fft impressr't cvir seen in this state. It will come near being a military pegennt, as tho entire State mi'itia will partictp'to a'omr with thousands of ex- - Confederate soldiers dressed in grey uni forms if that number can get to this city nnd members of Democratic Marching Clubs nnd young men's Democratic clubs from every lanre city in this state will be invited to participate in the parade. FREE STERE0PTICON LECTURE Mr. O. C. Cromer, superintendent oflhe Foundlings' Home at Louisville, will give a tree stere-opticlecturo at the Methodist church this, Friday, night, illustrating scenes in Bunyan's Pilgrim's Progress. The institution over which ho. presides cares for infants and is doing a great work. He will give remarkable instances of answers to prayer in the conduct of the home. He is endorsed by tho leading ministers of Louisville. Everybody is invited to come and enjoy tho evening with this man of God. Thero will be no collection. er on I. 600D FOR JOE EMMY. (Louisville Time".) Another popular- bumocTn't will get a good place in Slale-'Auilitor Bosw'orth's office is Joe T. Em-br- y, of Lincoln county. Joe is 'ii wheclhorse among the Eighth district Democracy and a power when it comes to helping a friend. He wns the Doorkeeper of the House of Representatives at the last session and wns nn announced candidate for his old place, but his new job will lojivo the field- - open for tho bunch nftti the place of tending to the main door in tho House of Representatives chamber. There will likely be n field full of candidates for this choice place. - week'. O. P. Newland came '. - THE IMTFWltm IQIIWN AL STANFORD KENTUCKY FRIDAY. NOVEMIEB 24. ISII, of 20,000 people rend each J, Arc you talking to them through n nlT tho I. I Having decided to go to Arizona, I will on Tuesday, PUBLIC SALE NOV. 28th, 1911 A WEALTHY FARMER IS $&& ATTACKED BY AN OWL Suffering From Wounds Inflicted in Broad Daylight by In furiatcd Bird. West Alexander, Ta. Ills (urloui fight with n huge owl mny bo fatal to Philip Ctuinn, a wealthy farmer, who In suffering from terrlblo wounds Inflicted In the bnttlo at hU home. Cm-inwho tit Tory feeble, while walking across his front janl.was struck hlch In ft In tho faco by the. owl, blind flight apparently collided with him unintentionally. Tho biff bird fattened Its talons In Cruzan's collar and aimed a vicious at We Pay Highest Market Prices For KEEP WARM b & 0 This is a feariullv cold spell to begin the winter with. The "goose bone" and ground hog both say its going to be a cold m 4 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 o o 0 & TURKEYS bofore you sell, Ret prion in countrv or delivered. 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: 1 , fee U9 0 winter. You can keep warm by wear- O cows with 1? r TTTS"LiEv 2 Jersey milch20 calves. calves. 1 6 Heifers and in HORSES, MULES JACK and JENNET 4-year-old in 3 voung mares in foal by jack, 2 aged mares 15 foal by jack, 2 mule colts, 1 points andjack a good with white hands high, black will also sell the fine stallion breeder 1 jennet, Cromwell McDonald, Jr., 7 years old and breeder of fine and handsome colts. He is sired by Cromwell McDonald, he by Rex McDonald, 833, dam by Glimmer by Washington. a-goo- d H. B. Northcott. 0 0 0 T. K. Tudor. Mgr. 0 PHONE 153 0 0 HENRY L. CASEY. D. V. S. 0 Veterinarian 0 Former Director Animal Industry 0 Phlllpplno Islands. 0 Inurian United Stutes Army 0 OtMce LOGAN'S STABLE, l'hone Agent American Hog cnolera Hnnu. 0 DANVILLE. KY. 0 0 CONCRETING 0 0 O Wrrlnpoltlon lodoull Wind, of inch n. Mock Work, I'avtiuvnli cn mtiko nay thing trum r 0 In (act, hou.w down In fence pout. We rnn tTT you promptly nnd unrnto nr.toli 0 work itnd matijcUI. Unit nnd get our rleo. b.fore you imjfs'nur nistrrlnl lt. 0 PHILLIPS BR'OS., 0 Stanford. Kentucky 0 0 Ex-Vet- er ing Our Good Underwear That Silk Plush Inl'single pieces at $1.50, or in the uoion at $3, is the warmest, nicest, smoothest underwear in the world. Wright's Wool Fleeced Very heavy, very warm, $1 4U2, Dit. ft ml 50 FARM 40 feet HOGS, ALL SIZES MACHINER- YI 50 Owl Attacks Farmer. J. C. McCJary 0 0 Krra- -- corn plows. 4 cultivators, 2 I sprinq waqon. and quite a lot of f offer mv farm of 100 acres without I ments and also includinq $1,000 life two miles south east of Crab Orcha carrier sufficient to fill silos manure spreader as nood as ne w. No. 3 Sharpless cream separator I new 6 horse Haqln gasoline enqine . I 10 inch tornado cuttlnq box with never been put tooether. 4 turninq I new 14x20 foot silo, which has waqons planters, I mowinq machine, I hay rake. I araln drill. 2 not mentioned, 2 00 barrels of corn etc.. I will also arminq implements, mprovements and life time interest c onsistinq of 40 acres with improve-- r. Will also offer 268 acres of land insurance policy to secure purchase River. rd on Dix tack with Its bonk at the nged man's face. Cruzan was unable to tear tho bird, which was a tremendous ono of Its species, from Its hold. The owl appeared unusually ferocious In Up attack and soon had Cruznn blind Irom the blood which coursed over his eyes. Exhausted, he finally sank to the ground, where he was completely at the mercy of the owl. Ho was found some tlmo later unconscious, with the owl still pccklnR and clawing him with beak and talons. MAN IS BUNDED BY HORNETS Re- "Mfcfc WW3l' ;: :. c k )Vzmvi UNDERTAKER I AND EMBALMER Horn STANFORD, - KY I'hon 1(7 'oiric Tnon Ik TBBMS MADE KNOWN ON DATE OF SALE Col. J. P. Chandler, Auctioneer GUS GIESZL, Prop. CRAB ORCHARD, KENTUCKY May Lose Sight of Both Eyes as sult of Trying to Exterminate 0 0 0 0 cts. Union suits, $1, $1.50 $2 0 and 53. 0 0 Come and ses them and keep 0 warm. 0 0 0 H. O per garment. Cooper's Underwear $1 for shirts or drawers. A heavy, warm, cotton feeced shirt and drawers at 50 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 MS Ntst. - Clothing, Shoes Hats, Pants In Fact Everything at Cost Come now and get your J.L.Beazley&Qo . m AND EM. UNDERTAKERS ALSO DEAL-t:BALMERS. MAT. IN FURMTURlC TING8, RUGS. THEY WILL EXCHANGE FURNITURE FOR ALL KINDS OF STOCK. GIVE THEM A CALL. PRICE RIGHT. FOR SALE PRIVATELY! Mlllvllle. N. J. With sight of both eyes lost and his bearing probably permanently Impaired, William Ford Is In a serious condition as a result of strik-Ina nest of hornets on Crow's Nest fnrm, near Pine Grove. The hornets had been bothering rattle and Ford resolved that he. would destroy the nect With a stout flub ho set out to 0 0 STANFORD, J. McROBERTS x 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 KENTUCKY 0 0 000004ft 000000 000000 BSMstf QQ$ V PROTECT YOUR HORSE Also yourself when driving this cold weather. We nru luuidqunrters for Horse bliinkels, lap roben mid enr-lialieuters. And all horsemen's supplies. ce r.CC. U. C. PAT. OFF. THE BEST CAKE CAN FOR GET. THE TRY My place I now live nn conlainimr 20 acres house with four rooms and out buildings, spring close to liou-c- . A bargain if sold in 30 dnys,G miles south of Stanford in Jumbo. K. .1. Younj;, Stanford, Ky., H. P D No. 3. MONEY YOU ' , J C. McCLARY, Stanford. Ky., THEM. v 80-2- p. W. H. Higgins. Stanford Ky. pick of goods SAM ROBINSON Stanford, Ky Lost, strayed, or stolen from Mr. furm on day of wile a brown or blackish brown wcanliuu tnnro mule bought from J. M. Reynolds, of Waynesbun: on day of sale and left in Mr. Shanks' new barn Said mare mule lind n calico or pnr-cn- le strinpr tied around her neck. d. Address Mr. J. M. Reyuold Mr. William Shankb, at Vaync-bburStanford, or X. Y. Z., Lotik Bos Itil Stanford. Ky. iii. Minnies, Jle-vur- I FOR SALE PRIVATELY. I i "BALL BAND" RUBBERS Every pair of famous "BallJBand" Rubber 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 a large assortment of these goods. tTry a pair and! you vvill not be satisfied withanything else. m I W. E. perkins, j CRAB ORCHARD, KENTUCKY. a chicken IInvinr purchased a 'farm have decided to bell privately my property fence, couu nt liuckeyc consisting of one two htory seven room dweliti, 4 acres CHOPS TREE TO CATCH THIEF hero for the uiuturiuls. W'c liuvu of land, good tobacco und stock barn all sorts and sized in both roujjh well, cistern, store honae itll nuueK-nr- y Woman Falls, However, to Capture out building ono of thu bent and lumber nnd if we can- Peach Loving Lad, Who Scamp. ctands far storu in Oiirmrd. If not ere Off. not suit you in kind, quantity, qualsold by, December 1, 1 will rent. Also 70 acres of p;ood hcnip or Alton. 111. Hather than lose the ity and price, nobody fun. miles below fruit of a peach treo by boys stealing. tobiuvo land 2. 2 Buekeyo on piko will sell in 2 tracts Mrs. John Oufold chopped down a treti I J. A. ALLEN. Stanford. Ky. or as u whole, well watered and In which a boy sat on a brunch erln boy munched poachei fenced. Near Gunns Chupcl. nlnK at her. The during the razInK oieratlon. FALL AND WINTER STYLES. Richard I. Burton, Her pleas to let her peaches remain 85-1- 0 My nuw lull and winter samples Huekuyj', Ky. on the tree wer.o not aiiswerctl hy tho rouuy foi )tii iunctiuii nelKtiborhood boys When ho saw a jic no boy ou the topmost branch, the or- 'J'uuy coiuprUo the best on thu uiarkel FRUIT AND SHADE TREES. dered him down. Ho did not obey; j cua uU uli)oiie us to prlcu lio lino When she began whacking on the treo , till cloth d imi(lQ u ordtr. A kiui Shrubs, Asparagus, Rhubarb, l'eoni-e- s. trunk with an ax the boy climbed to .mnilu to our tueasu.M ii preferable Koscs, I'hlox, etc. Everything a lower branch. to reiuy made clothes, Tc limo theu "Now I've got you," she shouted as for orchard, lawn and garden. No muile to measure doobii ol unj the tree fell. Our prices may interest Agents. She was mistaken, however, as the 'more than reudy made whn quality you. Free Catalotrue. boy scampered across the yard when 'and fit Is conIUr&d. Cooi0 Id and H. F. Hlllenmeyer & Sons. the tree and ita fruit struck the let uie tuke.ycur mnanurc. h. C. RUPLEV, fbc ITmupmI Tallin Lexincton, Ky. ground. iliii.-,he- d 1-MiSMBNMMSSSSSSISlSSSISSMIBSSSSSSSSSSSSStMaSSaSShMkSSSSBMSISSSSSMMBS I ' I PLENTY OF LUMBER Hornets 8wrmed Upon Him. So it accomplish the task. He hit the nest for all puqioses. once and In a second the hornets swarmed about blm. Ills features are' build u house, o burn, unrccognltablo. coop, a dog house or a . ON HAND ou want to Bring Your Prescriptions rm Here To Be Compounded When your physician has pre scribed a mediclno for you to taVe, thu uoxt important step Is to havo tli.V. prescription placed In the hands of a thoroughly rellabloand competent pharmacist so It will bo compounded exactly ns directed. We havo trained nn enviable reputation for always being very careful and painstaking in our compounding and feci that, In ail justice to your own Kd health, you should brinfjyour next prescription hete, Here, too, you will find n complete and display of toilet nfllclei, rubber Roods, soaps, perfumes, toilet preparations and all standard remedies. For interior decorating-- we carry and recommend ALABASTIiNE, the beautiful wall coiling. Call and seu sample of tints and ask us about It. PENNY'8 DRUG STORE. (Stanford, Kentucky & ,s THF ftTAMFOM) IMTPWOW J fill HA L.. STAMFOW. KEHTIICKV. MIDDLEIURG. FRIDAY. NOVEMtEW 24. 1911. HUFFAKER-PRENDERG- AST PUBLIC SALE THURS., DEC at 1-- 2 Having sold my farm, I will offer for sale on 1 Beginning 10 o'clock sharp miles at my home on the Ottenheim pike 7 Orchard,from admiles from Crab Stanford and 3 joining W.T . Tucker farm, the following property 4 draft marein foal by M.S.Baugh-ned- u man,s horse George Hur x coach mare in foal by George Boone's coach horse, Micada. 1 gray mare in foal by J. W. Baughman's jack. All three mares are gentle and good workers. for milk and 6HmH Pattlp 3 fine Jersey cows, No. 1coming fresh butter. 2 jersey heifers in April and May, bred to full blood Jersey bull; 1 Shorthorn cow good in milk and butter, creamery test shown. Hnvcpc nuiacs 1 3 good brood sows with pigs at side About 5 tons of Clover hay In harn.About 3 tons of mixed hay I In FARM MAUllNtRT I I Wnnon. No. 20 Plow. Ctittinq .Harrow. I Cultivator. barn.About 2 tons of oats hay in barn And all kinds of farmina tools I Sorino Waaon. I Buaay. and set of Harness 3 Sets of Waqon Harness. Household I I I Furniture I I And lots of other noods too numerous to mention. Fine Oak Bedroom set with sprinq Chief Cream SepI Fine Economic mattress. Pound Caarator with 350-4- 00 Full Size Bedroom Suit wi'h sprinq pacity an hour. mattress. Sinole Bedroom Suit with spring About 75 Barrels of choice pick corn About 200 fine layinq younq chickmattress. ens Wardrobe. 2 Extension tables and About 60 shock of good Fodder. Chairs. rast steel Jewel range. FRED BRAUNSWEIG, Prop. Col. J. P. Chandler, Auct. Difference Puzzled Her. Mrs. Onddy "There nro tamo In Ufa which are very puztnkon many kinds of kidncv medi- zling to mo." Professor Pundit "Like cine, hut did not get bettor until ho what, for Initance?" Mrs. Caddy "When you wrlto everything bad and took Foley's Kidney Tills. No mean In tor life tcr how long you Imve had kidney everybody a man's It Is In n book but biography, to 'trouble, ou will find quick and per- when you Justroad. tho saroo things to tell manent benefit by tlho uic of Fol- a few people on a front porch, it's gosStart taking sip." Ilaltlmoro American. ey's Kidney Fills. them now. Shugnra nnd Tanner. Terms Made Known on Day of Sale J. E. Parker. '20J1 No. 10th St . Ft. Smith, Ark., snys thtnt lie hail ni Th Craze for the Weird. The artistic craving today la for novelty for new expressions of form and combinations of color, the mors strango and weird the better; hence s the passing fashion for slonlsm and other kindred cults. In which neither truth nor beauty Is the Inspiring motive. Connoisseur. post-lmprc- MONEY XM ,y IK iWG rf Cash for Accounts and Notes comes easily and direct when you place them with us nnd look after for collection. Wo make collections nnd Canada, claims nnywhero in tho United States nnd make no chnrgo unless vc collect. Hank reference. TW thin l rr? RIII&S or comuilon s. We tell vmi now. and ravbetrarket We sre fitter. tnclcin delft; rtubtithrd U HUTrHKtor you amenta Correspondence invited. HAY'S COLLECTION H. C. BRIGHT, Pres. AGENCY, 2H--l- Somerset. Kentucky. M. 3ABCL A. SONS a, J Mukil tU t0U.5IU.tE, 17. OesMrs In FUKS, wool. Kefcrencesany bank. In Iu-Uvill- e. Write fc-- r writly price 1U. t nuts, ALLEN HIEATT. J. S. PRICE, Sec. & Treas. Danville Tobacco Warehouse Go. i (Incorporated.) curncht request of tho buyers, they havo decided to lmvo their opening sale on will bo on hand and pro-paMondny December lth. They huvo the insurance of the following buyers that they Tobacco Co.; J. I to take care of t'he now crop: The It. J. Reynold Tobacco Co.; The American & Co. Taylor & Co.; 0. T. Fulton & Co.; VnughnIlros. Co. and J. L. Faulkner ANNOUNCES thnt-nt.th- re BRING YOUR TOBACCO TO Danville Tobacco Warehouse Co.. everything arranged to bhow your tobacco off to at 503 West Walnut St.. Danville, Ky where we will havo We adviso nble to realize full market prico for your crop. the very bent advantage so that you will be tho buyers; this is tho whero you enn get full competilion of all you to sell your tobneco on tho open murket only wny to got full vnluo for your tobneco. Danville Tobacco Warehouse Co. (Incorporated.) . ThiitunH Vest wiih the only one , Mrs. C. M. Buck, of Hustonville. from IIuh section that wan selected nniiouured tho mnrringo of her on tho Cnrson1 juty 'nt Liberty lant daughter Miss Myrtle Hnffnker to v eek. Mr, M, J, Prcndergnat, of Boston, lien .Inno who went (o Arirnnn, .Mass. The marinee took tilnce enrlv three weks iiro, write hack tltitt he in the summer but wns not announc i as landed u good job, nnd i well ed in general until a short while ago pleased with the country. on account of business in tho east. .Mrs. Ilev. C. T. rinunrh nceom-paine- d Miss Hnffnker wns n very popular her Ininbaiict to Wnynenl)urg business woman in Denver, Colo., Saturday, when the Intler went to' where she hns made her homo for fill htH regular appointment. the past four ycats, Mr. Prcmler-giiJohn Coulter, tho hustling live is u prominent business man in slork dealer, hcciiih to he doing n Itostdtl. ,trofi(nhlc luiiinosf. He is an every Mr. nnd Mrs. Prcndcrgast will day hustler, and is hiding and Hel- make their future home in the cast. ling all kinds of stock. The bride lived in Lincoln for McDowell Foglo is buying turkeys ninny" years and had many warm for Thos. flood) at MeKinney and friends who will be agreeably sur las picked up quite a number in thin prised to henr of hor marriage and Heetinn.' will join the Interior Journal in wish-iti- g Hird hunters are not finding quail her an ubundunce of happiness. plentiful as tlicy expected. The scarcity is nrpoitnled for on the ARABIA. "minds that (hey were killed out Mrs. W. J. MoMntgomcry nnd too closely Inst year. It n$rns to us daughter Miss Myrtle, visited relall.nt a game law thhnt would prevent I he Friday and killing of quails nt all for nt tives nt Wnynciburg least five years would be the thing. Saturday. Miss Clcntn Jones has been Tho people here wero surprised and relatives nt Middlcburg. Holiday morning to see the ground Mr. Willie Lucas was n guest of covered with snow. Richard Trimble nnd Oliver Smith, Mr. nnd Mrs. Ada Carter of Middle-bur' Monday. of Kingsville. runic down Friday to Mr. Clint Carrier and family hnvo Msit their cousin, Herbert Henson and bird hunt. They bagged several moved to the property thnt he rerabbits, but did not distuib the cently bought near MeKinney. Mr. nnd Mrs. Claicnce Toombs, feathered tribe enough so anyone were in Stanford Monday. could tell it. Miss Myrtle Montgomery is ngucst Tho Baptist Sunday school bere is preparing to send n nice box of of her sister Mrs. J. L. Mnsscy, ot piovisions to the Duptiht Orphans Stanford. Mr. I). E. Boss of Lexington wns Home nt Louisville for Thanksgiving. here Monday nnd Tuesday. Mr. Ollic Held hns been building an Misses Snlinn Jones Mary Bryant, Minnie Pike, nnd Mollio Wilson addition to his house. compose the committee, nnd you mny be sure the work will bo done. JOSEPHINE KING. J. S. Kimberlnin, who lives on the Fogle farm on the Liberty pike, has sold 100 barrels of com to vnrioua From fnraway Norman, Okln., parties nt $2.75. comes news of the death of little The little infnnt son of Mr. nnd Josephine King, daughter of J. C. Mrs. J. S. Prewitt, camo near dy- King, who formerly lived in this ing of croup Saturday night. Dr. county. A friend sends the following C. H. Creech reached tho little feltribute : low in time to save him and ho ablo Alice Josephine King, daughter of to be up ngnin. J C. and Alice King, was born nt Uncle Hill Tom Royalty, at Yosc-mit- e. I'renchersville, Ky., February 14. made it a point before the elec- 1900 and thnt same year her partion to interview tho drummers who ents brought her to Norman where made thnt tqwn concerning tho cam- her childhood days havo been spent. paign nnd from information gainShe wns above tho average child of ed he figured McCronry's majority her age, being brought up in a at 35,000. The official count shows homo with only grown people for ashow nenrly he was correct. sociates and yet living in a neighborhood where she had many denr A HOUSEHOLD MEDICINE friends she could easily adapt her self to company of any nge. That 8tos coughs quickly and Living almost in the shadow of the cures colds is Foley's Honey and State University, surrounded by perTm- Compound. Mrs. Amm Pelzcr 25JG, Jefferson street, So. Omaha, sons of education nnd culture and Neb., says: "I can recommend Fol- with her accomplished sister, Miss ey's Honey nnd Tar Compound ns u sure cure for coughs nnd colds. It Elizabeth for n companion since the cured my daughter of a bad cold and death of the beloved mother three my neighbor. Mrs. Benson, cured year ago, it is not to bo wondered her self ond her whole family with Foley's Honey and Tar Compound at why she was such nn unusually Every one in ourr neighborhood bright nud attractive child. Naturalhpeaks highly of it." Shusrurs nnd ly of n sunny disposition nnd cheerTanner. ful temperament she was n welcome guest in ever' household. It was Shed Light on the World. Messed aro the happiness makers. sad to see her littlo sohoolmntcs Messed nro they who know how to around her casket to take a fareshine on one's gloom with their cheer. well look at her beautiful face, Henry Ward lleechor. peaceful, natural and calm in death, though only a few weeks before she ZEMO MAKES ASTONISHING ECZEMA CURES had been tho brightest ono of the "We Prove It." grade, 20 in number. Every day ZEMO gives relief and During her illness of fivfe weeks of cures men, women and children in tjphoid fever sho never complained ivery town in America whoso skins nro on tiro with torturing hut wns patient and hopeful of nn ECZEMA rashes and other itching, early recovery. The funeral serbinning, scaly, and crusted skin and vices wero touching and impressivo scnlp humors. ZEMO and ZEMO (ANTISEPTIC) nnd tho floral offerings wero tho SOAP, two refined pxepsrntions will irost numerous nnd beautiful that give you such quick rcliof that you wns ever seen in tho city. will feel liko a new person. Iu tho dentil of Josephine King, We givo you three reasons whv Norman lost ono of its most promis wo recommend and endorso ZEMO and Zcuio Soap for all Bkin and ing young people. Talented in musio scalp eruptions. with o voico rarely heprd in oiio so 1st. They ure, clean, scientific young, sho gnvo great promiso for preparations thnt givo universal satisfaction nnd nro pleasant nnd tho future, and her death is deplored agreeable to uso nt nil times. by nil her acquaintances ns well as 2d. They are not experiments, proven cures for cvry form by tho dovoicd father and loving sisbut are of "skin or sculp affections whether ters, who did all thoy could to buvo on infants orcronn persons. their denr one. Tho only sourco of 3d. They work on n now princicomfort is to look to Him, tho greatple. They do not glazo over tho A. B. C. surface, hut thoy penetrate- to tho est comfortor. sunt of tho trouble and draw tho germ lifo from underneath tho skin For coughing, dryness and tickend dstroy it. In this wny a complete euro is effected iu ryvy caso ling iu tho throat hoarseness and all coughs and colds, tako Foley's of skin or scalp eruption. Endorsed nnd sold in Stanford by Honey und Tar Compound no opiates the Penny Drug Store, 761 Shugars and Tanner. xt visit-frieng -l-l-I-l- Welcome Words Women who tuner with disorders peculiar to their x should write to Dr. Pierce snd receive tree the advice ol a physician of oyer tO years' experience a skilled and successful specialiit In the dieae fcl women. Kvery letter of thi tort hat (he careful consideration and is regarded as sacredly confidential. Many scniltivcly modest women write fully to Dr. Pierce what they would shrink from Jelling to their local physician. The local physician Is pretty sure to tsy that l.o cannot do anything without "on examination." Dr. Pierce holds that to Women i isR. hi n. mt fliefte lest, and that no woman, except In rare crfset, ihould. tubmi't to them. Dr. Pieroe'a treatment rviil cure you right In tlio privacy of your own home. His Favorito Prescription" bat cured hundreds of thousands, some of them the worst of cases. It It the only medicine of Its kind that Is the product ol n regularly graduatwf Physician. The only one good enough that its makers dare to print its eiery ingredient on its outside wrapper. There's no secrecy. It will hear examinn-tioINo alcohol and no li.bit. forming drugs are found in it. Some unsrm ulous medicine dealers may offer you a substitute. Don'r luke it. Don't IriRc with your health. Write to World's Dispensary Mental Association, Dr. R. V. 1 lerce, President, Hiiffalo, N. Y., take the odvict rtceiwd and be well. LANCASTER. Misse Jnno nnd Mnry Doty en- -' tcrtnined tho Chautauqua Circle on .Sunday afternoon. Mrs. J. C. Ford formerly of this county died nt her home nt Lex ington. Chns Leak a prosperous farmer of this county nnd Mrs. Bessie Bourne n widow were united in mar- rhino at tho llnptist parsonage, the Ilev. O. P. Bush oflicinting. The newly wedded pair lett for it bridal trip to Lexington. Mr. II. F. Pattcnoii and family haw moved to Madison county. He recently sold his handsome farm at Brynntsville to Mr. It. J. Burton. Messrs. II. II. Bnts'on John E. Stormcs luid John M. Fiirrn ,three of Lancaster's progressive citizens were in the Falls City last Week for the Kentucky Development Convention. W. B. Burton bought a pair of mules from W. II. Sprag-gjn- s of Lincoln for $300, a mare mule of Mr Shields of Marion fur if'Jt'M: and a gray mare mule for ?200. Myrtle tho bright little daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ter-ii- !l Lay ton died after a short illness of scarlet fever, at tho home of her parents. The death of the only daughter and sister is n great blow to the family and much sympathy is "expressed for them. Miss Mnry Hughes Frank, the handsome young daughter of tlio Into Joseph Frank will be united in naniage at tho homo of her brother Elder lirnhnm Frank, to Mr. Oscar W. Church. Tho wedding will occur in December nt Liberty Mission. Clinton B. Bastin hns accepted a .jostition as secretary nnd general manager, of tho telephone exchange at Hustonville. His brother Holbcrt will succeed him here at the local exchange. Both men are quito energetic and deserving. A telegram was received here announcing the death in Cincinnati iT Mrs. Samuel Joseph sho having submitted to a serious operation in one of the city hospitals. Besides tho husband, n son nnd daughter monrn her loss. Edwurd W. Collier formerly of this plnco but recently of Birmingham was united in mnrringo on Wednesday in Danville to Miss Minnie Leo Cotton the wedding occurring nt tho home of the bride's parents Mr. and Mrs. John Cotton. Tho groom is working for tho Illinois Central It, It., and has risen in his calling until low ho is chief clerk to thho General Road Master of that road ot Birmingham. Information wns received hero by Mesdnmes II, L. Elkin and J. E. Robinson of tho death of their cousin Morris Hoskins in Florida. A wid -, l1llatfnl .(immittiui mm. .,.. II 1 ow uiul two children tuirvivc (he de- ceased. The icmains were brevget to Damillo nnd after funeral servi-ic- s ' at tho home of Mis. l!ohit Harding intciincnt in the DauyjJlo cemetery, Mr. nr.d Mrs. (.'hnilcs rol.ici nnd children, of Fork Itidge Tcr.n., oro guests of Mr. nnd Mrs. J. B. i. Mrs. Liicinda Guile is in Lexington for a visit to relatives. .Mjvs Fannie West hns been with her .sis ' tci Mrs. Geoige Robertson of Dj.p-ull- e. Mr. nnd Mrs. Ed. Prico w.n. ncent guests of Dr. nnd Mrs. A. S. Price of Stnnlord. Miss Elizabeth Johiifon is in Louisville for vitit to her sister Mrs. Ed. Minor. J.frs. Jun Brewer and daughter of Lehr-n- on wero called here by the dentil if Mrs. Bicwer's littlo niece Myrtle l.nyton.. Mrs. John M, Mount icfiiriicil 'tio'm u isft to l'icr'sL'-tc- r Mrs. Joe Claanch of Mr. Jones of St. Louis is hciro vis. ing his parents Mr. nnd Mrs. Jur Jones. Miss Efiiit Risk, of Nicholas :llc, has accepted a position wiih ;hc Bastin Telephon:' Company. M'y. I'npht Herring i.nd littfo dattgluci Margaret have rolurn'ed Vl'oin n visit to Richmond. M.-s- . Robert Yourtf bus returned to her homo ,ii Louisville after a shaft tfUty with Mrs A'. D. Hughes. Mr. J. B. Collier am: daughter Miss Elizabeth. Jlr-Trcd P. Frisbie and brother Sbirlfry Hudson were in Danville for tin Col-lie' f hr . Cotton-Colli- er wedding. M,rs. JfC Dunn, of Lexington lias been visiting her father Mr. John K. WeM. Mrs. Joanna Ball is in Stanford with her daughter Mrs. Ernest Bohon Campbell. Mm. W. I. Williams of Tulsa OWn. was elected president of a large Chautauqua Circle in her ndopkd home. ITCH! ITCH! ITCH? loncer rmlurv tlicfii endless daya of awful torture tlioso torrlblo ni.;hts of Hleeplrss nony. Then ft ffv ilropn of D. D. IX. thn famous Kczema Specific nnd. Oil! wluit relief I The Itch Bona Instantly! Comfort and rest at 1itt I). D. D. Is u niplo external wa?i that cleunnes ami heals the InlTaned skin uh nothlnr t e can. A rtcognist-Kpecinc for EcxL'ma, I'sorlusK Salt Itheitm or any oilier skin trouble. We, run Kivo jou n full Mse bottl the cf on uenulno l P. t remedy for l und If the verv ttt!o falli to Klve relief It wilt not est you a cent. W hIko can clv vou a wimple botWhy suffer another tle for 25 cent day wfcen you tan cut D. V. D.T until you ml iim If you iould alup:t tear the burnlnc sMn from yur Sody until It tweiiiH us If you could; no Scratch nml rv.u rub and cm.u:!j ' flr-i- t. Shuaars & Tanner, Druaaists. One Way of Saving a Baby Free to Try Dr. Caldwell does not feel that the purchase of hla remedy enda his obligation. Ho has specialised in stomach.. IIVAI fltlfl hilW.I .llaaaBua nM .7 '..otmw ivr Au. years and will be pleased toviir isiriw give th of charge. Alt are weleosseu write? of children. It Is mild, gentle and him. advice The remedy Is absolutely pure SS h Whether for the medicalMm Dr? stsrsH and Is guaranteed In every pa.Uculsr. 'M "" Mrs. Tootsey. of EmlagsvUle, Pa,, and MontlcelioriE' '-s:. a remedy that contains an opiate, bocause the child will aet In the habit of needing it, and don t become alarmed and run at ocos for a doctor. Try a aclentltto laxative first. Give a small dose of Dr. Caldwell's Byrup Iepaln. tho remedy that la Intended for the us The mother does not live who would not Mrs. Fred Croms of Alanson. do all in her power to keep her child never give their children anything Ulelu else. healthy, but often she does not know Ihese are only a few among thouatuUa how. So when a doctor of standing points of women. Yoil ian hnv m. flftt mh! m una -- -- v uio way an can anora to listen. vuimr It is an accepted fact that nine out of S21"?.?.' puiu it, the? ww js ur t Kcnorsiian. out IK ten of tho troubles of Infanta and chil- you want to twt It on your child ftret dren is Intestinal. You notice It by tha tend your adJrew to Vr. fact that the child is constipated, it Will Clifr!l?rfliIV lUnil Vftli Caldwtll and ti BL twm v" belches. Is peevish and cries. Don't glvu bottle: " y '? JSI ""i. '". ,in.. s..,la "' '"" ,' M4- - -- - THS """"S5S" THE 1K1ERI0R JOURNAL EeualleHa HELTON 1 fTAHfOif IITCMIB JfMlMAL. ZTA KEMTHCKY. FIMAY. MWEMttl 34. Illl. 17a M.tMJFLEY,... Publisher tTRIOTLY IN ABVANCI A VBAR taraa at tfca rtoffie lard aa Meant data mall. at Btaa- - POLITICAL ANNOUNCEMENTS. Fir Jailer. Peyttfl PaiTlsh announces his candidacy for Jailer of Lincoln county, subject (o the action of the Democratic party- hia GeefffC DeStrde Announces candidacy for Jailer of Lincoln coon ty subject to the action of the demo- cratic party. ' Far County Judoe. T. A. Rice announces his candidacy for County Judpo of Lincoln county, subject to the action of the democratic party. THERE'LL BE NO CONVENTION. In n strong editorial on Tuesday or this week, tho Louisvillo Times takes eogninnce of the effort of certain prospective candidates for Congrcs in this district, to thwart tlio will of the pcnplo by seeking to secure a convention to namo tin democratic nominee, beforo tho coming legislnturo enn pass a direct primary law, to which tho party was emphatically pledged in its platform. The Times issues a "Word of Warning" to those "who nre endeavoring to forestall legislative action for their own selfish interests,' and practically IHls'thcm lhat'shmildihey to do so, the fruits of such action would be worth mighty lit- tle. While tlio Times mentions no names, of course everyone knows it is referring to the Eighth district, which is the only district in the state where such a plot has been Certain aspirants for hatching. congressional honors are afraid to try conclusions with Congressman Harvey Helm before the people and have for some time been moving heaven and earth to obtain a convention to make next year's nomination beforo the state primary law is passed. It will bo good newssto those who see in tho primary the surest working of the people's will, and realize thnt the people of this district nrc for Congressman Helm, to know that the committeemen of the district trill not lend themselves to any such plan. Thero will bo no convention held, and tho nomination wilL'bc made nest year under tho 'of the state primary law. Coiigiossman Helm Mill undoubtedly bo renominated and will again represent the Eighth in tho lower prq-vibio- ns lloi.se where he has served his constituency so ably for the past thrco terms. It were meet that thoso who arc desirous of securing a convention nt this time and nndcr such circumstances, rend carefully tho warning which Col. Haldeman gives them. Tim Times snid: t "Tho direct primaries plank in tho democratic platform has been construed by the party's leaders as a pledge thnt tho people will be given the right to name their representative, municipal, county, district and Mate, by a direct vote, the expense of such primary to bo borno by the municipality, tho county, the district or tho state, as the case may Le and the law of the state to a fair field, equal opportunity rjid swift punishment whero theso rights nre denied. On tho strength of that construction, tho democratic party has been placed in power. "It hns come to the Times that, congressional districts, in certain men desirous of tho Democratic nomination nre seeking to have conventions held in the hopo thnt, through combination and, if need be, manipulation, their personal ambition will The Times has no bo gratified. personal interest in the outcome of any congressional campaign, but wo doubt seriously, if such schemes nrc carried out, whether the nomination will repay the cost. Tho Democrats of the state have been promised the right of tho direct primary and the man who interferes with the exercise of that right is more than likely to receive his just rebuke at tho polls. If he does not the chances are nil in favor of ,tho probability that his first term will be his last. "Tho democratic party in Kcntuckq is now a unit for thc(first time in The terms on almost 20 years. which it won victory nre too plain for misunderstanding. The duty to redeem its promises can neither be escaped nor avoided. Tho Democrat believes that tho occasion is one in which his personal will can, with safety or profit, be opposed to the full performance of tho party's obligations, is planning most effectively for his speedy n,nd permanent retirement from political activity." ' ro vote secretary to Gov. McCrcnry, Henry It. Lawrence adjutant general and Robert 0. Phillip Btnto InspecExaminer. These tor and would nil bo splendid Appointments and an honor to the new administration. Wo know personally and well each one the three gentlemen and if they nro chosen for the positions named, will bo the right men in tho right place. Wesleynn College $300 in forfeits to the teams of other Kentucky colleges for games cancelled when athletics was eliminated from the institution. Unless we nro mightily mistaken Wesleyan will lose lots, more than this amount by forbidding athletics to its young men. Tho WflMtmHtlMIlfllllltlHlftlimHtltlMtllHitlHft Come to Louisville at Our Expense X Railroad Fares Rebated Through the Holiday Season Until Christmas return ticket and your sales checks, which aro given yo u with each purchase, to first floor. Wo will refund to you in cash 5 per CWlt on your purchases up to fare. Purchase n round trip ticket from your homo to Lou ivsille. when you hnvo completed your hsopping in this store take your tho credit desk, (south end of tho building) tho total amount of your round trip railroad Kentucky at Winchester had to pay Splendidly prepared in Holiday Merchandise Stewart's Louisville Christmas Store. 61 complete stores under one roof. Gifis for every occassion and merchandtce for every need. Mail orders filled. Anything needed in Christmas merchandise. I i Tho Louisville Times snys thnt every single one of the platform pledges upon which the democratic state ticket wns elected must be fulfilled. Thero is no other honorable course left to tho democratic party. THIS SOUNDS MIGHTY NICE (Danvillo Advocate.) Editor Shclton JI. Snufloy, of the splendid Democratic paper, tho Stanford Interior Journal, was in this city yesterday. He stated that ho was making arrangements to attend tho inauguration of Governor-eleJames B. McCrcary. None of the editors in the stato are any closer to the Governor-elec- t than Mr. Sauf-le- y, who did most vnlliant work for the ""Sago of Madison," both in the primary and the recent election. While we don't know that he will want anything in the gift of the incoming Democratio 'administration, should anything be in store for any man in the Eighth Congressional District, we sincerely believe that Mr Saufley will be tho proper man to give it to. It would be a fitting recognition of merit to remember him with something good. It is not out of place to state right here that he has tho requisite ability and industry to fill any office in the gift of the administration with credit to himself and honor to the State. ct 0 THE STEWART DRY GOODS CO. LOUISVILLE, 0 incorporated 0 0 B0BOB0B0B0B0B0.M0B0B0B0B01$M0B0 Ol lOl 101 lOlOlO OiOlOiOlOlOlOiOlO " MRS. BETTIE DISHON In remcinbranco of our friend, Mrs. Dcttie Dishon, who died October llth, 1911. Gone but not forgotten. Sho was h good, kind neighbor; a true wife and mother. A placo is vacant that Weep not no other one can fill. loved ones ns they that have no hope, for so often we heard her sny "I am going home where thero is no pain or sickness, or death np there." She hns joined n happy band with a crown on her head, a harp in her band. We all know she has left us; jes, foreveniiore. We nil hope that some twcct day wc will meet her on that bright and happy shore. Heav en now has our KENTUCKY treasure; earth the tons that happy shore.' MITTJL AKDKIJSON. MRS. MARGARET NOAKES casket keeps, but wo will minglo round the grave whero our darling Ueltio sleeps. Oh, it was so hard to part from Ilettic. Loving hands did nil they could, 'but tho nngcls tpoke from heaven and moved her from her home. Though no moro can we bo neighbors; no more her troubles know, wo can hope thnt some sweet day we will meet you when wo hnvo crossed that shining shore. Oh how patiently sho boro her sufferings. Elevon(long weeks .sho laid nnd moaned until the Lord knew best nnd took her to her happy home. Call not buck our dear departed; weep not loved ones, her storms nre o'er, but try and meet her when you In loving remembrance of Mrs. .Margaret Noakcs, who departed this hfc.Noveraber 0, 1911, aged 07,. God 3iiw ilt to remove from our midst our dear mother. She had been a sufferer for seven months, but sho boro her sufferings so patiently. Almost her lat words vrt "Lot mo go to Jesus." Weep not, father, brothers, sisters for Heaven seems brighter siuco dear, mother has gone. Dearcht mother thou hast left us, And thy loss we deeply feel, but it is God that has bereaved lis; He can all our sorrow 8 heal. Yet ngain wc hopo to meet you, when tho day of lifo has fled and in Heaven wo joy to meet you whero no farewell tears aro shed Far above tho shadow land, where u!l is bright nnd fair, I know full well tl.nt dear mother will n crown of victory wear. Wo had a dear mother. Wo loved her, oh, so well. Hut now she hns gone to Heaven with angels for to dwell. tt It wns so hard to have her go. It almost broke our hearts. Dut God needed her more and so we had to A loving daughter, part. MRS. A. J. ANDERSON. 0 m 0 m 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 m 0 0101 10101 $010 OlOlgBOHOBOHOBOH O1010I010B010B0B0 VOBOBB$B$B B$B6B V & m 0 Stops Neuralgia Pains 4 Sloan's Liniment has a soothing effect on the nerves. It stops neuralgia and sciatica pains instantly. Here's Proof Dowker d Johinnevburr. M Mich., write Moan UoimentU the best medicin In the world. It lu rtlUved rnc of Jt'ruralgU, Thosa pain have alt eona and 1 uo truly uy your IJalmcnt did stop them." olCOGir Street, Mr.Andnw Y, Cumberland, Id. wrtfcai "I hart itttd bloan'a Unimeut or Neuralgia and I ctruirJy dj prai it very much." Mr. O M. laf SLOANS LINIMENT is the best remedy for rheumatism, backache, sore throat and sprains. At all dealers, Prlc35c.,50c.and$I.OO , BIiud's trait oa wiBBaBBvav llurtrt. Cil. Ilogi and Foul. try Mat free Addrru Dr. Karl S. Sloan M hJf.IV Bo.Iob.Msm. aP Already Uted to It Manager "That young woman whom I placed at this counter a year PRESS UPHELD. ago already knows more about the business than you do, and I find that 1 shall have to put her at the head of A opinion, affecting the department, though I fear it will the nghts of a newspaper to criticise be rather unpleasant for you to be under her orders."' Clerk "O, no; I a publio official in the performance am getting used to that We were of his duty, was handed down by the married last month." Stray Stories. supreme court of Missouri last week. Under Different Circumstance. Tho court's decision declares that it Tho young bank clerk was writing is tho duty ns well as tho right of tho home to his parents. "You will fr-giv-e a brief letter this week," he said, newspaper to criticise men in public "as am very olfico and that the press must bo that I we are busy, owing Into the fact the office permitted free and open discussion just now. One of tho cashiers has of the nets of every public official gone to Franco for a rest The other has gone there to avoid It" so long ns it confines itself to n statement of fncts as a basis for Flower, of the Sea. criticism. The sea has flowers as the land m has, but the most brilliant of the sea "Tho legal propositions involved bloom thnt a newspaper has the right fairly flowersanlmaU not upon plants, but upou The living corals of r.nd houestly to comment upon a mnt tropical seas present a display of ter of public interest," says tho de- Coral beauty which In richness and vividness cision in which nil tho Supreme grace of of color and variety and m form rivals the splendor of Court Judges concur, "and tho of- a garden of flowers. ficial .conduct of a public officer is a matter of public interest nro well SAID SHE settled. "Tlio people aro not obliged to FAINT WOULD speak of tho conduct of their officials in M'hispcrs or in bated breath in a frco government but only in n Mrs. Delia Long Unable to Stand despotism. On tlio contrary, they On Her Feet More Than a Few liavo the right to speak out in open Minutes at a Time. discussion and criticise thereof, tho m only test being thnt t'ny raako no Pendergrass, da. Mrs. Delia Long, false statement. And this is tho of this place, la a recent letter, says:"For five or six years, I suffered agongreat safeguard of free government tea with womanly troubles. Often, I couldn't sit up more than a and of pure government. This is few minutes at a time, and if I stood tg fundamental among us. & on my feet long, I would faint. : helped me I took Cardul, "It is the duty of a public news- mediately. Now, and It do my work lm- - 5! all I can paper to tell tho people, its subscribthe time, and don't suffer like I did." f Take Cardul when you feet 111 any ers, its readers, the facts that is may way weak, tired, miserable, or In under lind out about public questions of the weather. Cardul Is a strength- building tonlo medicine for women. A matter of publio interest, and it is It has been found to relieve pain and m its duty and right to draw inference distress caused by womanly troubles, Is an uzccllent medicine to have on from tho facts known draw them and at all times. band Cardul acts on the womanly constl- for tho people." tutlon, building up womanly strength, II Tho decision reversed a judgment toning up the nerves, and regulating g of $50,000 obtuined by San B. Cook, the womanly organs. Its half century of success is due to fonuer secretary of stnto of Mismerit. It has done good to thousands. : Will you try ItT It may be Just what souri, against the St. Louis you need. Ask your druggist about Cardul. Ho will recommend It FREEDOM OF THE short-handed CHRISTMAS OPENING 74un yr" t m & 0 - u 0 0 0 Friday, November 24th Injanswerito a very general demand we will have our opening of Holiday goods next Friday, November 24th. We have reason to believe that our collection this yeai will be unusually attractive. The variety of items is great-pric- es very pleasing and in reach ot all purses. Customers from out of the county will find it greatly to their interest to come to us for their holiday gifts You will find a much greater variety to select from and a great many more novelties than in ordinary stocks. Everything is bought absolutely at first hands and no matter whether you want to buy a 25c doll or novelty or a fine silver service we will give you the best possible values. Ready-to-We- ar 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 - I 0 0 0 Sale 0 S J 0 $ Our great sale of ladies' garments will continue. We have today received a number of extra good new tailored suits to sell at $10 to $15. There was never a time when you could buy as good values in ladies' dresses, saits, skirts, etc., as right now. 0 0 A report has it that Col. Thomas J. Smith of Richmond, is to bo pri- - n. u. I'niv i(Jf i.urM naTiNi,vi.Miii pteial lnu MfJklnCo.,Chlnnooc,TnnJ(y lur Wotain," nifruciumi, an4 kdi In it took. Man I ti pUJn wrtf per, oa nqvuti A. B. Robertson & Bro. 0 0 0 0 10 0B0B0BO(B0BaB0BB0OBaflB0B0B0B0BOBO0l0l0l0ll010lOB0I0'0BOBflOBBfl0B) 0 si r Ttt3- - THE tHTEWISW JOUWH AL STAMFORD KENTUCKY FWIDAY, NOVEMIEW 24. 1911, JZL PERMHAL mhI SOCIAL SHORT LOCALS. Hon. C. C. IlaRby, of Dnnvillc, atFor Sale. My home on Miller tended court liero Thursday. Street. Fred F.lchenberger. J. M. Long cpntlnucH quite ill. 8. I. BUffR wns over from Fayette Leave jour orders with Farris for county tWi week with friends. your Thanksgiving dinner. Judge M. I). HurIich, of LnncnHtcr wna here Wcdneeday. Everything still nt Halo price. Sam W. 8. Fish, the popular insurance Robinson. roan hnH been on the sick list for 03-tf. Hiverol dayH. Leiivc yonr order for ThanksgivD. W. Mnhnn, the popular Danville ing oysters celery, cranberries etc., drmrimer was here Ibis week calling with me on Wednesday 20th as we on the trade. will close on tho 30th, Thnnksgiving Mrs. Kd. Peyton U Tisitin(j her t. I). Newland. G. A. lackey at Crnb day. T. father Hon. Orehahrd. 03-2- t Lost.- - Watch chnrm, K. I. emMtvnttr Will Thompson, of Mt. Vernon, was the Ruest of I.. It. blem W. J. I), to J. II. W. engraved 03-- lt on it. Leavo at this office. Hughes this week. Mr. fi. H. naufihraan has been APPLES1 APPLES!! ouitc ill with the grip for sceral (inys. One cor of winter apples just arVnrney Tniincr wns over from rived. For sale at car nt Hiding by early in tho week slinking freight depot. bunds with his many friends here. If i on want fine apples at prices .Miss Tolly Trnlur is in Downing, to suit, come quick as they will not Tin., un tho StiwniHc river vvlicro sho Inst long. bns a splendid jwisilion as governoRi. A. Seymour, Mrs. Clnre Doty Trnjlor, of Kich-moibns been here for several dns O.vtcrx, celery, cranberries, inincn isiting her dniighlcr, Mrs. S. K. meat, fruits mitt nuts. Oeorgc II. Dudderar in the county. Fnrris. Joe Hascldcii, one of Lancaster' "iivn nires" una hero n short time only the W. S. Fish represents on buhincss Wednesday. best and stronaest Insurance com- Mm. Hornce K. Hcrndon, of Lan- 'oanles. Let him keep you protected. caster, has been the guest for sevt, Ilcv. Andrew Johnson, the eral dajs of her nimt, Mrs. J. C. will deliver a temperance adHllJH. Miss Martha Meier, of Highland, dress at the Methodist church next has been the ttraitivo guest of Tuesday night, tho 28th. id 9.1-t- f. cvnn-f,clib- her sister Mrs. 0. week. L. (lover the past Xmns presents of a nscftil end pleasing character is my display of untchcs, clocks, solid gold and high grade filled jewelry, holid silver knives, forks nnd spoons' in lntcst Diamond brooches rings patterns. anil cuff buttons, high quality of silver plated ware and other useful W. II. Mueller. Jeweler. ar-t.cl- f. Mr. and Mrs. II. W. Dunn, announce the engagement of their daughter Josephine, to Mr. W. F. Young, of Fort Worth, Texas., the wedding to occur sometime in Danwllo Messenger. JJew come from Louisville that John Owsley Itcid continues to show Mrs. Itcid and lijs improvement. mother, Mrs. Hugh Rcid havo been villi him siiieo 'it was taken to tin hospital. They are considering taking bira south for the winter. The Ladies' Aid of tho Christian church will meet next Tuesday for an all lny meeting with Mrs. Embry Deniley. All bring lunchcH. Former Sheriff, M. S. Ilatighmnu, of Stanford, was in Danville jcslcr-dnHe bns n host of warm friends in this county who would like to sec him bnek in tho Sheriffs office of Lincoln county. Danville Advocate. y. Smith Premier typewriter. Has just been rebuilt and is cverybit as good tas new. Can be bought nt a bargain. Anyone looking for n typew liter should como in nnd try this one. It can be bought for less than half whnt a new machine costs, and is as good as a new one. Apply at tho Interior Journal A For Salt office. 03 tf Look out; don't forget the time is almost up for per cent to be added to your tnxes. W. L. MoCnrtv, 001 f- Sheriff For Xmns presents that will Our store will be closed on Thanks Helms' Mince Meat, Apple Ilntler please nnd be a joy forever. Go to giving dny. Leave your orders with preserves. W. H. Higgins. 00 It. Mueller's Jewelry Store tf ns on the day before. W. H.Higgins. I will sell ray home on Kant Main A MAIL CARRIER'S LOAD street on very easy terms. See mo Celery, fruits nnd nuts of every Seems heavier when he has n weak if you arc looking for a Rood honn variety. Hohon Campbell. back nnd kidney tronlile. Fred Dueh-ic- n, It. priced ritrht. II. C. Raiighmnn. Mail at Atehro( Kns., "I have been bothered wjth I nm paying highest prices for T. W. Oooch, the famous turkey hnys: nnd bladder tronblc kidney nnd had fresh eggs, chickens and nil kinus bu.vcr remembered the editor of tho a hcvere pain .icroess my back. country produce. Fields Pros., of Whenever I carried n heavy load of Stanford nt Jesse Lynn's old stand. I. J., with n big fat turkey for mail, my kidney trouble incremrd. Thanksgiving, which Is greatly ap Some time ngo, I sUirled taking .FoTO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN. preciated. Mr. Gooch hns bought ley's Pills nnd since taking them I hundreds of the juicy birds this fall have gotten entirely rid of all nry I will apply to the governor for n hidnry trouble nnd nm sound now as Tho biggest check he gave during pardon for W. C. Hutchison, convict- his campaign for the gobblers was ever." Shugars nnd Tanner. ed nt the February term of the Lin- to Miss Annie On Wednesday eveninar Novftnbrr North of Hustonville, coln Circuit Court of malicious who furnished him with 8."i birds, 29th at 8 o'clock there will be n reFlowr, Economizes fhooting without wounding nnd sen- which weiched 1186 pounds nnd his cital given by the pupils of the department of expression of the tenced to serve two jenrs in the check to her was for $142.fi6. .Mr. food Eggs; Graded School. The program penitentiary. Gooch will keep on buying tinail will consist of readings and n comedietta in one act, entitled "A ease j. i). sTKKNniniaEK. Christmns time. He desires thoso of suspicion." There will be a nomwhom he has missed to hold their inal admisnion fee 'of 10 cents to It is announced that A. Addarr., The only Baking Powder made birds for him as ho will be nround defray expense of litrhts, fuel fttc, bettei known to bis friends as Oilbe, This reittnl will be given in, the from Royal Grape Cream of Tartar very shortly nnd will continue to chapel of the Ilich school building is hinted for the chief deputship pay the top prices. It will be an interesting progr.im bed under Clerk of the Court of Appcnlp-eleall will ho profited by attending. Dob Greene, and Mr. Greene's RUBBISH SALE. To take f,oii, llrcnt, as assistant. AT All persons hnving claims against his new job Mr. Aildams will vacate Ii'cno nt opera house Friday night. Shelby City, Ky., . White decencd the rlcihfdiip of the pcnitciitinry. He Grubhs' Home, the estate of K. Don't forget Peno,tho Magician nt ore hereby notified 10 present the hns lived at Crnb Orchnid a num WEDNESDAY, NOV. 29, Ml to me, promptly verified on or the opera bouse Friday night. You'll tlic loth of December 1911 1, ber of yenrs and hns innny friends Sale Ilegins t. bo mighty frory if ou miss this one. M. New land Adra'r. in Lincoln who will rejoice nt his At 10 0'Clock A. M. Sharp. good luck. The I. J., predicted this It vou wnnt n, hot fire use New appointment before the democratic Don't forget the wizard, Hcno. to-- I 's Diamond nnd Itcv conls from Among the nrticles to be presented i;;ht, Friday. state primary. t. jnrds. for sale arc: 2.')0 gallons pure npple vinegnr, Don't forget Itcrto, the great lie v. J. J. Dickey is holding n writFor Rent. 10 acres of land with made and wonder worker, who will in 1000; also large (Hall's) ing every night nt tho Kent's Creek Lvdia E. Pinkham's house; 3 acre tobac- steel office safe; large cider mill, Bv takin come to the opera house, on Friday good tiuirdi. He is nssisted by Hev. J. night. They say that the stunts he co barn, nil necessary outbuildings, Vegetable Compound with press; large scparato cider X. Herold. There will be service dnes will mako your hair curl. fruit ttces etc., good cistern at door press; empty cider barrels and kegs; The following letter from Mrs. Orvllle Uock will prove how unwiwi on Sunday morning and Sunday Reliable party would like to rent nnd two good everlasting springs, on eight stands of Italian bees; empty it Is for vvointn to submit to tbp i.ight. a good farm. Best of references. place, place located danders of a Riirgic.il 6pcratlon when three miles bee gums, large and sec91-- tf Lock Pox 244, Stanford. It may Ik) avouieu uy urning iiyaia from town on Rush Branch pike, Compound. tion caps, upper and lower comb K. rinkham'a "Vegetable tin- - hospital cntnrrh, deafness caused 'iy For 93-t- f. She waMfourwcckulii Let me overhaul your gasoline I ouis Jones Stanford, Ky. house, nnd CJmo home hiiffcrii vvorso franic, new summer wire catarrh breathe Iljomei and end all (iigino nnd avoid cold weather mill' than before. made in sections, four-wheQ. L. Penny guarantees it. troubles this winter. D. Dallou. Hero is her own statement. truck; buckbonrd and harness; farm Complete outfit including inhaler $1; Leave word at the I. J. office. Paw 1'aw. Mich. "Two years ago wagon; harrows; plows; I suffered very severely withj a dis- cxtru bottles if needed SO cents. cuuiu Fresh Ojsters just received. Fields iii.icciiicuu corn planter; roller; new McCor-mic- k not lie on my feet for (Pronounce it Pros., at Jesse Lynn's old stand. Aa29 n. Intirs lime. Mv 'W mowing . fKg machine; V56i pi i) detail treato.il Meet mc ut Hustonville Saturday, CRANBERRIES OYSTERS mower, luiy rake, carpenter tools Statk or Ohio Citt of Toubo. I yf me ior seven moiium November 25th for collection of ulHuhit. much Ti'lief FlunK J CHEfKT tulrl rath that flf Is ftfvkir' ' " MINCE MEAT. nnd chests; blacksmith forge, comCELERY, ' and at last sent rro taxes. W. L. McCnrtv, Sheriff. tartnrr ot Ih. firm of . J ciiencv A Cn. 4oln buauma u the Cltr t dramr and Plata , othto Ann Arbor for plete with tools and,bellows and aforraafcl. and that Mkl firm will fur lb Mm of an operation. 1 was1 HNC lIL'Nnnul DOLLMtS tor rarh and rvrrr I All Kinds of We arc prepared to install hot er accessories; large scalding box; - r5'!.,V-nun ot Catarrh that cannot b. rurrd br tnr u. ot there four weeksand water and hot air heating, plumbing 1au.' Catarrh Cut. FRANK J came home suffering 200 fct 1 2 inch Manila rop, with CllfNl V 81-t- f. Conn Bros., Lancaster, FRUITS AND NUTS y . 'Mr worsts man uciore. Hirom to before no and auuaYtbnl in mr procure, enc, thla U dr ot IMcrmbrf, A. I) . ItM. blocks and pulleys; six large bouse z 'r :f 1 11 I My mother advlted 'l I A. W. OtXASOV. Lost. Lemon nnd white spotted uy uyui "III ' irr NOTART riliUC. I .".S I Take jour Thanksgiving dinner rollers; log chains; complete wire v.. Pinkham swriiim Hi Comnound. Vecetable SI branded on right IIa.ll Catarrh Cure la talra tntemaltr and acta hmiiid; little fence stretcher, corn sheller and and 1 did. Today 1 am vv ell and stroDf? dlrrctlr upoo the blood and inueoua aurlseea of tho hide. $2.50 reward for return to intern, bend tor tUrannUK free O Charles KunLin Hedgeville, Ky 02-- 3 with lis this time and you will be other valuable articles, including and do all my own housework. I owe r.l Cllh.r.Y I.unlil, in I.nlla If.. 1lnfciinm't Sold bT all Prtmuta. :v. walnut vvnrdrobe, also, two modem Vegetable Compound and advise my Take Hall a t amtly I ilia for rautlpaUan. great difference in life sure to come back. There is a 0 cal., menus who .iru auiitim wmi viijr Winchester rifles, 32 and fem.vle complaint to try it." Mrs. insurance policies. Mutual Benefit tv.-8 foot show enses; stack of hay. Okvillk Hoar, 11. It. No. D, Taw Paw, Charles Miller who is wanted nt I can shew Policies are superior. C. One registered STOCK. Jersey Michigan. 111 do King's Mountain on the chnrgo of not drag along until If you are you. Why not buy the best? R. M. cow, one Jersey cow; two Jersey an operation Is necessary, but at orco pointing u gun and resisting arrest, Newland Agent. Ky. Stanford, take I.ydi.i E. Pinkham's Vegetablo heifers, subject to register. was arrested here by detective Wal-- I Compound. DeWitt C. Grubbs, For thirty years It has been the stanin and Chief Wood. Tho prisoner The rcstaurantcr meals A valuable building For Sale. and has Shelby City, Ky. dard remedy for women's Ills, of thouwas taken to King's Mountain by lot on Danville avenue. Mis. Chai-lotpositively restored the health . nil hourc, Bakery in connection. you try it? 90-3Capt. T. D. English, Auctioneer. these officers-- Danvillo Advocate. sands of w omen. Why don't Warren. ROYAL BAKING POWDER AkmoiuMy Purm Batter, more makes the appetizing and wholesome ct WOMEN bo-lo- ro 93-2- MAY AVOID Den-ham- 92-U- OPERATIONS Ma-giei- two-t-to- one-pou- ini-u'i- el For Thanksgiving one-hor- High-o-me- .) one-hor- se ,? -- Tnli-d- I r k 1-- ' .,, 45-7- o L Govtr te to p. m m m o o a a m a m O O A THANKSGIVING OFFERING of this season's most desirable merchandise & READ BELOW THE SPECIAL PRICES ON SUITS, DRESSES AND CLOAKS Q O 0 a m a 0 Q 0 0000000000000000 CLOAKS o o S o C Ladies1 and Misses' cloaks in swell a o a Jj models in oo 0 0 & English Mixtures, Serges, Kerseys, Caracules, Plushes at special prices sonable pdces. Our stock now has some as 0 I choice models as at any time this season The 0 lly low prices. o 0 f11 I I .1 00 ioiiowing special prices mane tne price iook $7.50 Serge $ 1 0 0 0 0 HPHIS has been the biggest suit season we 0 g X have ever had on account of our very rea- 0 0 000 000000000 SUITS 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 a? 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 m . DRESSES 0 0 0 A FTER two months brisk sell- - 0 0 1 JCJl ing ot dresses we will close g 0 what is left at these extraor dinar- 00 a0 0M pecially cheap. U RIGHT AT THE THRESHOLD & OF WINTER YOU SHOULD & 0 TAKE ADVANTAGE OF THESE 0 0 O UNUSAL PRICES 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 r 0 0 000000000V0O 0 0 0 OlllOllC;lv:OlOl0iOlO 01 SEVERANCE & SON, Stanford, Ky. 000000000000 0 Black Mcualme ajr 0 Dream XQ50 0 Tlio moforiol frk mnlro uttilA H 0 0 W . ji munv ITUU1U i 0 lUHkvi iui i. 0 zo suits, a lew with long coats, vCTk H d ist 0 r.ost vou whnt we ask tnr thpep 1 m g nearly all this fall's models, satin 0 0 pj lined, sold regularly at $12.50 to $20.00, now 0 f. beautiful dresses. 0 0 00000000000000 $0 to S? 1SH3000 00000 0000000 0 0 0 0 0 0 00 0 0 0 0 .01000000000000 0 0 0 0 0 J , 20 English Mixture Suits, yarn 50 Swell Suits made of sercre dyed, satin lined. Tailoring as and fancy mixtures, regularly . priced up to $16.50, ood" be,o'7 Kn Regular prices sizes 12 years to 40 now, bust, now yy m . sv m m 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 t& 4.90 0 16 and 15.00 Q7- 0 "t 0 j dresses 7.85 $18 and 20 11.75 t-- $12.50 Serge dresses v 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 M .nll THE STANFORD INTERIOR JOUR NAL, FRIDAY NOVEMIER 24 IS II H It Never Flickers winter evenings give a woman a splendid chance for sewing or embroidery; but her eves suffer from the strain unless she has a good light The Rayo U the best lamp made. long1 whole room. NOTICE OF SALEI ' J Lincoln Circuit Court. Thos. FcrriHV The r U x gj Eftx-val- Adm'r nnd cto., 'Plaintiffs, vs Thou. Ferrill'R Dc- vieea nnd etc., Defendants und Mnrr Jnno.Kerrill nnd etc., Plaintiffs vs B. M. Fcrnll Defendant. In obedience to n judgment of the Lincoln Circuit Court rendered nt the November term, 1911, in the nbovc styled consolidated cases, the under sijriien1 Commissioner will on, Monday, December 1 th 1911. 1 H He WE PAY EXPRESS Overdid It aa hurrying ncroat the 5:08 trala for noma he saw Orlgga Jim ahead of him with a black band on Kio sleeve of his light overcoat Though tha two men had only a bowing acquaintance, Flltcraft knew that Griggs" wife had died recently, and iudden rcalltatton cama over him of what It must mean to a man to bo deprived of long accustomed companionship. It waa a, thing, he reflected, which might happen at any time to any married man. Ha wondered vnguely, as the light overcoat with the black band disap peared In tho crowd, whether Orlggs had been good to his wife. Tben he affirmed to hlmielt virtuously that a man ought to bo habitually good to hit wife, and then if anything ahould happen, there would be nothing to regret Juit at this moment he happened to see an elderly man buying soma flowers at the aland on the corner and at once his vaporous general resolve becamo solidified Into a concrete form. Flltcraft decided that he wonld take some roaes home to hli wife. Ha 'hadn't done aucb a thing during the eleven years since his marriage, but that was no reason, he assured himself, why be shouldn't do It now. ORDER mi CLOTHES BY NAIL Levy's Special Suits for Men Sl j e e brldgeto catch the As Flltcratt FROM US AND SAVE MONEY. Levy's Special Boys' It gives a strong, diffused light that is remarkably eary to the eyes. lor the oil turned tod tha Rjro httH Is tow-priclamp. Yet it u htaoWme Utnp a oraaawnt to aay toon m tha bona. Tha Rayo Lanp h easily Efhtdd witbevt mamaf shade or chknacys easy la daaa aad rtwicL Made ol solid braes aicleLptatad abo fa numerous other stylet Yarn get lb bmmI potable There is bo glare to k; no flicker. , It lights up a The Rayo is an economical lamp, too. AA tmt oaW to aVnr Standard Oil Company (i rx hh (m (MRirrT at Its arm tiy f hi far dtr fculw dradat ti Household Furniture County court dny, nt nbout 1 o'clock P. M., in front of the court house door in Stanford, Ivy., offer for sale nt public outcry to the highest nnd best bidder the tract of land owned by Thomas Ferrill at the time of his death about 3 miles from Stanford on Lancaster turnpiko in Lincoln county, Ky., bounded oc the north by lands of L. P. Nutinellti, on tho enst by II. B. Fcrrill's heirs; on tho south by Lancaster turnpiku nnd on the west by land of Ilcnrv Hester, nnd containing f5 acres of land. Terms. The said snle will b made on n credit of six months. P.ond with good security lor the purchase price payable to the Commissioner, bearing six per ijjnt interest from date of snle. secured by lien on the land, nnd liav'ii'j the forco nnd effect of n jmt'ji'neiit. will be required of the puict.tser. This November 21, .1011. G. D. FLORENCE, M. C. L. C..C. 93-- 3. We Handle None Bui the Best. Our atoeka re ao lanre that you have every atyla and pattern, and alse, and ehape from which to aelects and wa make burin BY KAIL, Just aa aaay nnd aatlaractorr aa you ean do It In tha atora Wa hava special thing that you can set NOWHERE RLSlt, auch aa t io ease Suits with of Pants and all the Leading Llnoa of 2 pairs FURNISHINGS. HATS AND SHOES. CATALVOG 111313 aunai WE ALSO SEND SAMPLES FREE. We Imue a lanre lhuatratort catalog, which "iw nvm un rvqueai. w. Mention thia paper and writ ua fully for anything you want In our Una, and you'll iirt a prompt and aatiafactory aniwer. Aad ifnnythlntr you buy here la not exactly what you want It may be win us imiuraiaieiy HKFlNDHD, reiurneu anu your Meaikrs Retail Mercktats Anotiilioa. Rtiboad Fires Refunded st Certain Tines. A House Established 3 Years Ago. The Lament In Its line. The Bright Spot. LEVY'S LOUISVILLE. KY. NOTICE OF SALE! Third and Market. HEED THE WARNING. Many Stanford People Have Done So. When the kidneys nre sick they give unmistakable warnings that should not bo ignored. Hy examining the urine nnd treating the kidneys upon tho first sign of disorder, many days of suffering may be saved. Sick kidneys expel n dark urine, full of "brickdust" sediment nud pninful ' in passage. Sluggish kidneys cause n dull pain in the small of the bnek, headaches, dizzy spells, tired languid feelings and frequent rheumatic twinges. Donn's Kidney Pills nre for the kidneys only. If you suffer from any of tho above symptoms you can use no better remedy. Stanford peoplo recommend Donn's Kidney Pills. John II. Wren, E. Main St., Stanford. Ky., says: "I know from experience that Donn's Kidney Pills are all that is claimed for them. Off and on for several years I had .severe attacks of lame back. I of ten did work that required stooping and nt such times the trouble became worse. There was also n too frequent desire to void the kidney secretions both day nnd night Donn Kidney Pills relieved mo and have never failed to benefit me when I havo taken thm since." For sale by nil dealers. Price 50 Co., Duffalo, cents. Foster-Milbur- u New York, sole ngento for the United Stacs. Remember the ' name Donn's and take no other. ' ,We have some special barpalns in bed room suits, odd dressers, par-lor and'. iron beds. Also line of nice chairs of all kinds, dlnlnq tables, curtains, shades carpets, mattings, rugs, oil cloths and linoleums. and library tables, rockers reception chairs, comforts blankets, lace . W. A. TRIBBLE, Stanford, Ky. FIRST NATIONAL BANK, STANFORD, KENTUCKY So, with some embarrassment, he selected a bunch of American beauties. He waa rather when he found that no one manifested any curiosity aa to the contenta of his tissue paper package. "Why. Harley Flltcraft!" exclaimed his wife aa she tore off tha wrap-plag- a. "Wnere'd you get such beautiful roses?" "Bought 'em, of course," responded Flltcraft, jocularly. "Can't I buy you some flowers once In a while? No other man Is buying flowers for you Just at present. Is there?" His wife blushed at the very thought of such a thing. Very steady In the domestic harness were both the Flltcrafta. "Don't be ridiculous, Harley," aba admonlAed him, aa she hurried to fill a vase with water. It was evident that Mrs. Flltcraft was delighted. A close observer might have detected that she was also puzzled. Rut Flltcraft was not In the habit of observing bis wife closely, being convinced that he had found out all there was to kuow about her during the first year of their married life. So, elated by his success, he rushed on to bis undoing. His voluble praise of the peach shortcake at dinner, besides being unusual, appeared to his wife a work of supererogation, atnee be had eaten STRONG- PROGRESSIVE ACCOMMODATING - And Seeking Your Bank Account. CAPITAL $50,000. TO-DAY. two large pieces with great A little later, to complete mystification, Flltcraft laid evening paper and proposed relish. his wife's down the SURPLUS $25,000 Open an Account Witims' RURAL TELEPHONES. Make your home as modern for jour family as a ice, MR. FARMER: -evidence, and place yourself in a position to got the latest market quotations at any time. "This can bo accomplished by means of our telephone service which you and your neighbors can get for a sura that is small compared with the benefits received. 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NATIONAL BANK corner nest to Court House His wife cast a penetrating glance beauties, as toward the American though to read there the secret of her Then lord's sudden transformation. she said, gently: "Harley, you don't feel well, do you?" "Never felt better In my life," responded Harley. promptly. His wife disregarded these words. "It must be," she Insisted, "because yon didn't put on your heavy underwear the first of the month." "Why. I tell you that I feel perfectly well." reiterated Flltcraft "I don't need heavy underwear in such weather as this." "Then I'm afraid you haven't been careful enough about your diet," she said said. "You know, the doctor that you" "Haven't I told you three times," roared Flltcraft, "that I never felt For imins in the side or ehwt dampen n piece of flannel with Cham hcrlnin's Liiniment nnd hind il a Mr. nnd Mr. Jnmcs Campbell, of Lincoln Circuit Court. over the sent of pain. 11ir ..... Hunter, OMu., have retuninl homo I'irst National Hank, of Stanford, after nn extended visit to relatives Ky., I'huntiff, vs O. G. Speake, etc., ing better, for sale hy nil dcil-ohere. Defendants. Kittle Ollie Peck U able to he out I'urHUnut to n judgment rendered a"nin after a two wcks' illness. in the nbovc. fctjltd cause nt the PROFESSIONAL AND Mrs. W. 1 Mnrtin delightfully November term 1911, of said court, BUSINESS CARDS n number of her friends the undersigned Commissioner will pj on Inst Wednesday cveninp. A num- - on. hor of jjames were jilajcd and reMonday, December Nth 1911 Those freshments were sencd. B. D. CARTER County court day, nt about 1 o'clock present were Mr. nnd Mrs. V. I. 1. M. in front of the court house LIVERY AND FEED STABLE Martin, 5Iis Ilnttin Hope nnd Cecil door in Stanford, Ky., offer for salu STANFORD, KY. Manninj; K.vn Toombs nnd Hud Kor-c- r, nt public outcry to the highest bidder the following described Intel of Orn Sandusky nnd Hen IVck, Anland, t: MASONS' MEETINO. na Snndusky, nnd Inwrcncc Toombs A trnct of 55 acres of land near Lincoln Irfxls No. an. r,dA, M. Klllmrot Hcttie I'eek, nnd James Meadows, Highland, Lincoln County,, K" !P."J T.71 ""'imumwition on each nrt and ntrnch month, at Tao Jessie Peek nnd Karl Cain, Myrtle hounded on the north by C. V. third Monday nlshtion t. Young and J. S. Young, on tho west ?Pc.'i ,n ,h,r n" '".In trrl, Ky. Mvmtrn of tlltrr lodaM nn Cain, nnd Hubert Cooper, Messrs. hy J. S. Young and Dunlnp; un the ItiMtrU to tw prrxnt. T. W. hm. W. II. W. Koynolds, Jack Gooch, south hy Frank Horton and K. G. llnugh, and on the cast by tho Stan, ManDewey Snndusky, and George JOHN COOK ford and Wavncshurg turnpike. Veterinary Surotan and dentist. ning. will he Terms. Said property Miss Onhie JJrnilshaw is usitinp sold on a credit of six months, nnd Specialist on ll horse and animal Stanford, Ky. Phone T4 the purchaser will ho required to dlsaaee. relatives nt Lexington. give bond with npproved personal Mrs. George Koger is able to bo security for the purchase price, payMACCABEES. A. C. Sine, out ngnin after an illness of three able to tho Commissioner, henring Deputy State Commander six per cent interest from date of , weeks. sale, haviiig the forco and effect of Sianotrd. Ky, Miss Kliznbcth Gooch visited re- u judgment, and further secured by STANFORD TENT NO. 7. latives nt Wnyneshurg Inst week. lien on the land. Meets : 4th : Monday : NtgM . The purpose of said sale is to Misses Hetlic nnd Jessie J Vek vissatisfy u judgment rendered iu favor W. W. BURQIN ited Mrs. K. L. Martin Saturday nnd of pla'intitt for tho sum of $900, with DKNTIST. Sunday. six per cent interest from June 23. Office at Residence, Mr. Luther Terry of Yosemite is 1910, until paid, nnd the costs of estimnled fit $50. CRAB ORCHARD, K visiting his sister Mrs. Jessie Martin. this action This November 21, 1011. Onr school is progressing nicely DR. T. W. PENNINGTON G. I). FI.OKKN'CE. M. C. L. C. C. with Mr. W. II. HeynoIds ns tench-c- r. Dentist 93-Hours 8:30-1A.M. and 1 to 4:30 l'.M office My era lions,) flats Htanrord Kr TURNERSVILLE. n. uiMnii to-wi- Htaa-fon- 3. 2 Backache. Headache. Nervousness and rheumatism, both irf men nnd women, mean kidney trouble. Do not allow it to progress beyond the reach of medicine hut stop it promptly with Knliv Kidiipv Pills. Ihev rcirulnlo the action of.tho urinary organ. Tonic in nction, quick in results. Shu-gannd Tanner. . rs In His ( Livery; all kinds of hauling. Furniture packing. 8'anford, Ky. Phone. 173 J. I). Stcenbcrgcn, boIIh, builds, repair and ailjusto scales at rock bottom prices. Seo him for price beloro you buy. Address Stanford. R F. D. No. 1. WILL ADAMS Own Fist Nearly every man carries in his own fist the pow finir to hew out his own sucancial destiny, hut hut cess depends largely tipoi his .ability to savo moiie & BANK The STATE TRUST COMPANY, offers him the opportunity to save his money. Call nnd seo us nntl open We nil nccount with us. huvo no .regrets. i,m better" NOTICE OF SALE! Lincoln Circuit Court Y. M. Hriglit ns trustee. Plaintiff s Hnohel Kelley Bnllou, Dcfendunt. lWsunnt to n judgment in the nhoto styled cause nt tho November term, 1911, of said court the undersigned C'ommii'bioiicr, will on Monday. December th 1911, f'nnnlv onnrt ilnv. nt nhoilt 1 o'- cloclc P. M. in front of tho court house door in Stanford, Ky., offer f,.r unli nt nnlilie. outcrv to the hiirh- et nnd host bidder,to the following wit: de?cribed property, Ten (10) shares of stock in tho Nntion.il Unhk of Hustonville, Kv., The imrrc will ho offered in two hU of five shares each nntl then tuo ton nli!iru tmwllll'r II nil the hid 110- cepted which realizes tho most uionoy Terms. lhe snul siock win ue sold on n credit of six months. Purchaser will ho required to givo bond for tho purchase price with approved pcrs'onnl security, pnynble to the Commissioner, hearing six per cent, interest from date of snle, having tho forco nnd effect of a judgment und further secured by lien on the properly. This November 21st 1011. G. 1). FLOIIKNCE, M. C. L. .C. C. 11 OrullLt inri ftntlrtafi Officii over II. J. McitobertV Htore, Stanford, Ky. DR. W. N. CRAIQ, that. Tbere'a explain your queer actions. It's remorse!" "Remorse? For what?" demanded "For having fallen In love with some other woman! You're trying to atone to me for It! And you're always been such a good husband until now!" Obvious Explanation. Britisher Tbe cabby said that the fee I offered him waa shy about a half. What did ho mean by "shy?" Hubbite Ho meant you bad offered him too modest a sum. Doston Tran- "Oh, Harley, don't say ed his wife, with tears "Of course, I don't want and yet I'd rather It was only one other way to that." pleadIn her eyes. you to be 111, LtXN. TIWETKBLE No.il, Vortn.ltW A. x. No. tt.Nortti.5MII r. X. No.R, IU:A. M. No.S4.Sitor.il, No. 11, Houth.lltWr. x. No.13, "OUth, 10J4J A H. Flltcraft JOS. 8. RICE, Aqont. nssuro you that voir Instead of Liquid Antiseptics or Peroxide many jicoplo nre now using v.i Stanford, Kentucky. Yonrs to servo Paxtine Toilet Antiseptic The new toilet germicide powder to bo dUnolved In water aa needed. Tor all toilet nnd hyglcnlo uses It Is hotter ami mora economical. To cleanso ami wliltcu tho troth, rvmovu tartar and prevent decay. To disinfect tbu mouth, de stroy Ulscufco iierms, aim purify tho breiith. To keen artificial teeth and brldtreworlc clean. oriorlr&M To removo nleotliio from tho teeth und purify tho breath after amoklng. To eradicate pursnlrntlou and body odors by sponge bathing. Tho bust antl&optlo vraith known. jlullevM and strengthens tired, weak, inflamcileyeH. lieuU Miruthroat.wounds, and cuts. '5 und CO eta. a box, druggist or by mall postpaid. MfimplO Ifree. SbbbB. UsWb. KZv2KEiSSk aw mJs pages, f uU par ticulars, etc. Name thia paper and LV vm IKfsOSSA bbW bbbbWSbVxCA NSSSEj wa will send free a set or Pocket Haps HAS A Capital of $100,000 AND A script Surplus of $100,000 AND TOTAL High Art.' "Wo havo nothing, for a frontispiece this month." "Hun a blank page with a near the top and label It the latest State Bank Trust (o. I LJtM aeroplane," X'aflBBBTV. tCHantaaCe. SprlnsBaM. Maaa.1 Resources Over ..$500,000 You're losing money if you don't advertise in the I. J. ' J fellow. "You're a the uplift of morality and industry, boating nor nice anything Won't come else. Dont and for the betterment and welfare you get tired do doing nothing?" of the community. For terms write "Yes, old man; I'm having a rest to The Enquirer, Cincinnati, Ohio,' bow." Sketch. That Tired Fsellng. 03-- 3. THK PAXTONTOILBTOO.SMMTatl,l THE STANFORD INTERIOR JOURNAL. sIAJFgl,D-t(iWlUCKY- ZRIDAY NOVEMBER M. 1911, VrVilwTSAlPT' ' ' WC . pm III rrl II 1 Ml H The West End. Iltistonvllle, Nov. 23. Mrn. Fannie Alfonl tlin beloved motber of Jnck Alford died on nigbt of Inst week nfter nn illness of pcvernl weeks. Sim wns 7P years old nnd Rrcutly beloved by lior numeroiiH relnlivcs nnd friends. Hio wnfl lnbl to rest in the McKin-ne- y cemetery. nnd bright Htllo A beautiful ihild nnmed Marie Wnlla 5h named tor n Lexington relative of tho writer She lives on the Jumbo road. A Nplctidid crop of tobneco has been housed in pood sllapo in the Went Knd of Lincoln. The fininhinp touchc are beim; jut on the bcnutifiil cottage home of Mr. and Mrs. Allen Stephenson 'I he locntion is tin idrnl one ns well ns the large house nnd its silunthm mist be T.en to be properly Wed-nend- HUST0NVILLE. Mrs. Iicvcrly Snndidgc and Miss Mnrgnret Davis were hero Wednesday (.hopping. .Mr. Chns. Wheeler, Miss Bessie Worthinglon nnd Mrs. C. It. McCor-innc- k, m motored to Stanford Wednesday. Mrs. J. (J. Lynn, Jr., wns hero for n short time Wednesday. Mr. W. 0. Speed wns in Stnnford Tuesday. Miss Maymo Vnnccy left for her home ut Mnysvillo to attend her brother's mnrringe nnd Miss Itnchhcl Lyon has charge of Miss Yancey's room. Miss Ada Alcorn is in Louisville fof n few days. Mr. Klias Clark of Parksville is with the Misses Stevenson for n few ilnys. Luther Willis is with his parents for n short time before leaving for Washington, I). C. for tho Winter. A good crowd nttended tho snlo Inst Thursday. Miss Lnvinin McQraw, of Junction City is the guest of Mrs. W. 0. Speed Mrs. James Floyd nnd dnughtcr nnd Miss Hcttie Floyd spent Thurs day nt Danville shopping. Mr. and Mrs. George McKinnej left Thursday for Somerset to bo with relatives for few days. Clinton Ilnstin, of Lancaster has nrived to be the manuger of our telephone system. Miss Elizabeth Mitchell of May-lic- k arrived Saturday to be with Miss Lois Willis for two weeks. Will Neal will arrive Monday from Utah to spend the winter with Mr. and Mrs. J. C. NcnI. Mrs. Elias Kidd and Miss Nell Wright of Liberty passed through hero Sunday enroute to Liberty from tb ;i$iMOii$i&&iait,it;mii&ii o mil '''fffjfflf ISr bSj 1 ) On Christmas Morning as on any oilier winter, day, you can make your home more comfortable and cheery by using a Perfection Smokeless Heater. It! Perfection 7 X vvV K - Ky. f June Keid returned to Longiew, Aln., Wednesdny nfter spending n little child of few days with his numerous friends The handsome in the West Knd of Mrs. Kverett Vociim died Inst week and reliitixcs The par- Lincoln. nge nhout four months. trimming an ornament to any room. The "bean hulling" Wednesday ev- ttilf ents Imvc tho sympathy of the en A rwcit utomttie device mlri imolirj flmponiUe. All uiiiig ut tho Cummin home at .hiin- rlruuti. Clloa font lxinu nine hourt. Cool kindle ; lmt tofk tire community. l.i was well iittencVJ. Written in-- t " DWm emjrwkf tt writ (t drwt4ir cirraUr u or .Mr. Clell F.stes of I.cxingtou ship-jie- d to the hulling hud been . down to Knrleston n few dujs 'itutions Oil (locorportM) liniled throughout the cutiri' end of nnd married :i Mis Wflhnn j ti-t S, m iMtll including Gcncwi.. which 3E vbn nccomtKinied him to Ijcxington the county deleirati-s- . the future hfilt'snme handsome vhere they will reside on Dr. Alcorn hna bciu ajipointcd by Mr. J. Campbell our insurnnce e our Commercial' Club ns chuiimnn DANIEL BOONE AXLE GREASE man lost an eye Inst week by being on the tmstccM struck on the eye ball by. n hmnll of committee to call of the Southern railroad and solicit piece of rock thnt was being broken. in building it line less than And don't America now lends, the world in t'icir aid two miles in length from here to the comparative size of educational have to grease University Morelnnd, right up the creek with a inetitntinnR, Columbia BB lBBBBBMTriW displaced the University of nice hill side cut nearly nil the way having but once a Cnjit. J. P. Dcnhnra, who lives I'erhn, according to registration fignear Jumbo, is confined to his bed week. ures. Although the figures nre noi v.ith n severe case of la grippo and finnl. the numU-- r of students at Colitntbit this yenr is well in ex- his comrades and numerous friends Made in Louisville by CHAS. C. STOLL OIL CO. will soon fully recovcess of 8.000. Ijiht year the total arc hoping he er. was 7,304. Many hundreds of panels of fenc-i- n line equipped for An intcrurban were blown down in tho past for TEACHERS freight nnd passenger traffic from TRAINING SCHOOL fewdays nlong thojippcr Green riv- Preparatory. State Certificate, COURSES: hero to Morelnnd n distance little County Certificate Review, Life Diploma. thnn two miles, up the Creek ir valley. Quite a number of trees, Special. Tuition Free to Appointees. and corn in tho shock, suffered tin NEXT SESSION BEGINS NOV. 20 unite will be n big paying invest-rmi- t, samo from the high winds. Expense Very Low. Ask About It Artistic (.'ntnlogue Free. AddrrMt nnd give quite a !Knm to our J. 6. CRABBE, President. : : : : : : Richmond. Kentucky city. It would enhance the vnlue of Jesse L. Xunnelley, of Indiana-poli- s, Ind., formerly u resident near property here n well us that of evere, married Sfiss Vndie Mnrtin in ery farm through which it passed, HOG CHOLERA. India na week. This young eott' of fine timber (or only & ont pr luritith fur HOh Imp. four thousand ncrcH ttnu tw pin hnve the best wishes of n lnrg urn Hi ii brought here The tick nr rurrtlmut Kpldrmlc have been pledged to be (rrm likTin IhmlUmao lor .')riuilt Inj amlrtrry anil cinlti thp (alltunc. I' IflUlON HtVIirnr thiiii.piud. of tar m for shipment to the Cincinnati mnr-L- tircle of friends in this community OlIOl.KKA ItKMKnV rtlo.Mti.ilr Hooura rn.Ooiiithi. Worim. ruranil prnvr.ii.i when the rond is completed. The iilh them. anit rtul'iiix.it'i ''at nldtilliiritloa anl raua JK Oullie nnd family left Thur--dn- v T. ,nnt to ii.kc , nniffunl. Iltn-irt! .h 'ruiiHii our ilruguMV or r Kt Hustonville Commercial Club is trwlu 'Pt Mhiu ti i iu n.iit. At jfor linjil.i whete thev wi'l n 1. iilMin r'M"i t ( t.rl l iiinrt I I1 til Mnn'iciiiril apil Lihertv will tin enterprise. i, lim. K -- olil ly KJaruiilx-- li II jui'jun llr spend the remaindet of the winter. build it line to connect nitlt ours New Stanford Druq Co.. Stanford. Kentucky. Miss Bertha Masters, of Drakes-bor- Iti genul wirmtli it quickly t your icrvke, ready (or ue in any You will need it at aupplementary heatef yhen those emergency. extra cold pcDi cone. Later you will find it jut the thing for the changeable weather of early spring. The Perfection Heater i light and ea3y carried. It u tafe in the lal ctt and mott reliable heater made. the hand of a child Drum finuhed either in blue enamel or plain iteel, with nickel Our farmers nro making hay while the Mm shines. Corn nnd tobacco tutting lias been pushed to n finish mid both crops nro fine nnd well housed. A nico little home of " acres of frond Innd on pike near Mt. Snlcm ri.n be bought on good tenm for only f(100. Address Uox 8J. Miss Effio I'cck left Snturdny for Middletown, Ohio. Luther Mason accompanied her on her trip. Wc hne n splendid farm bargain to offer this week. A 7. aero 'river bottom farm n fine"Sommiiily, close to schools nnd churches. It has a nice cottage home, nnd on county rond nnd in a splendid coimntinitv, And tho price is so low that it will l quick. Write to Wox 82. What Is Wrong With i o m m o o Casey's Feet He failed to buy his shoes from c, Cummins & Wearen We can fit you and give you the worth of your money every time you buy. Hanan'Our Special" and "Eclipse" shoes for street dress. Price o m m Q m & m O u m $2.50 to $5.50. "Good-year It will do you good to take a look at that Welt" in a high-to- p o m o m a m Q r pli Standard Company ttw?- tt . split the mud; wear that will o m ' 4W USE" 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. Cununin? & Wearen Stanford, Ky. t . . s m 3flKiM Danville. State Normal 1 prrrttJ lat iil tlm,iHl leln '. hi-r- Tti-iu- Ft. et be-Ki- nn TU i . wns the welcome guest last of Misses Knthlcen nnd Sullie Ts Kouton. I hnve a splendid farm bnr?ntn to FOR RAW FURS rNU HIDES t4jTft -- ebi -.w w cCi M i L.rjjjf Kool on Cornliiion. Wilt tar ptlct offer this week, viz: a 7.") ncrc river m aj Mi .'v'SA. (VTAK lU.merllcnlnjlhlinl. -- eHriBVrVr2ir?i Ltt bottom farm with nice cottngc home him n call. on county road in n fine community JOHK WHITE & CO. LOUISVILLE.KY. Dr. 0 S. Willinms and J. L. Me- close to church nnd school. Tho jc00 Riffe went to Lexington c is so low thnt is will sell quick (fty for rjr. William's new Overland better look it up nt once. See W car It. Willinms & Co., Hustonville. por Sale or rent, n nice six room j We have two most remarkable cuttngc benutifully located, fronting farm bargains to offer thi week I street, good wnter nnd garden nnd OUR DUTY to our departed ones is plain. We only. One contains. 200 acres of fruit trees. For further information should erect an appropriate MEMORIAL over fine bottom bind in the Green river write to Lock Box No. C31. t alley. The other contnins 75 ncrcs their final resting place. nnl joins the 200 acre tract. Both Messrs. G. C. Kiffe nnd George unless you care A monument, is not expensive l've good dwellings, situated in a Bradley, nnd Mesdnntes J. B. Riffe to have it so. Ant- community close to school, nnd Geo. Bradley motored to DanOur work is unsurpassed and considering qual" church nnd Mo're. The 200 afro ville Monday. ity, is very cheap. We have a large stock to seI , very tract .has a Miss Mngyie Allen is suffering handsome modern ijn,, lect from. Then, it. n good opening; tor n now8.roomVdwelliiig nnd nil neces-- - from n severe nttntk of tonsilitis. I'nce for 200 good blacksmith shop ut Kurles' Miry outbuilding. ('re tract $7,500 nnd termss to snit store, Reatonabtfc to 8uppoe. Mr. D. S. Cnrpenter, who has been T'r'1'0 f'"" the 73 ncre tract .2.S00. Tlie boy who was started wrong li 5 Lexington, Ky N Broadway. 142 probably father lo the man who habteriously ill from the effect of a and terms right. Both nre remnrka PucW. itually Dions ul nothing 'Miralytio stroke some weeks past, is bly pricctl; bargains. For particulars j thought t be improving slowly nnd write or phone W. K. Willinms & J his numerous friends hope for his Cunipnny, Hustonville, Ky.. nt once. The young mnn that wins the full recover- - soon. WINTER TOURIST TICKETS Jnmes Dve, of St. Louis has been thief clerk of Geneva will draw tho -- TO' isiting his rclnlies in Fair Valley, capital prire and will never Imvc the upper Green liver cause to regret it. i. ml nlont; Mr. Fled Jefefrs has gone to alley. His stay however wns brief Hnt to get tlicm you have to get - business in St. Louis culled him. 1 onisviUe to observe from the best AND ALL SOUTHERN RESORTS from Coffey & professions the trict observance of your niiinuinitioii ON SAL.B DAIL.Y fnrd-in- c Pine Lick Creek was p.ist VU nil requircmyit, necessary; to yia Colemqn. DonU forget- - tlintwe curMiidin. niuljhe heavy rniiis, ' ry the very best lino of slices to ho hue inndc heavy roadnato travel.' ' bestt health, in this locality. DINING CARS ALL linil.nml .wnnt to supply nllof our iHddje,towu. Mr. Henry Pcclc, EQUIPMENT SERVING hunting friends. ''I urn phased to recommend Chum Ohio, visited his brotheni ncur JumELECTRICALLY ALL MEALS Nearly everybody knows that our bcilniii's Cough Itemedv ns the best groceries cannot bo excel. ed uuy bo Inst week. A LA CARTE LIGHTED lliinir I know .f nnd snfest reinedv wlicio for freshness nnd price. If Tnke wnrning from the .McKinney for coughs, colds nnd bronchial wnnt you. Wo uive prompt delivery m u'hk fiu'tcry uiul tlou't caa a to- GOOD RETURNING UNTIL MAY 31, 1912. trouble." writes Mrs. I.. B. Arnold and polite service. Try us. Cofthnt hns u decnyed spot on it. of Denver, Col. ""Wo have FM rUU PARTICUUUIS, CALL ON ANY TICKET ACENT, QUEEN & MESCENT ROUTE, used it oa WHITB :h.'t lost two wagon loads by not lcpentedl.v nnd it has never failed fey & Colcninn. C. KLNO. Pautocw tod Ticket Aftot. 101 E. Mla St, LEX1NQTON, KY. COFFEY A COLEMAN, for tU'cnyed spots on to- - to give- relief." For bnle by all ' hon 1M. ... i .a toes. Prompt Dllvry. dealers. PS fr7f& and mis:s &.&&$!( pwtrwi -- . r,'r'1 XKTt .'& MONUMENTS here. The state inspector of rural routes pissed over route one. from tliis pi tt-- Inst week and condemned that route, thnt cues I" i lion of suid ('iiwii the Sims brunch from the pike to the creek crossing nenr the home of W. 1 F.Htes. lie said tho rond wit be inndc outside this br.meh be completed before hard utid freezing weather if possible. Mr. (5. C. Lyon shipped Inst week 70 Ivnd of fine sliik pound nttlc. It has been u long timo since a bunch ns large in numbers nnd' a eights has been shipped by one farmer in Lincoln. Tho tobacco nnd corn cropi in i uc Wet Knd have all bt en cut. mid ii fine quality of both has been well boused before the frost injured c o. Miss Susan IJlain wns tho guest of Miss Annio Gay Lutes last week. Harry Krye and family will move to Hubble in a few days. We regret j lc nnvo them leave here. Mesdamcs A. M. Frye nnd J. A. V Iilnin wen? in Danville Thursday shopping. Joe Will Itoutc was in Stanford Thursday evening. Mr. W. J. Cnmpbell, has returned irom Cincinnati but the specialist was unnble to save his eye. Mis Nell Wright has arrived to visit Miss Hose McCormack for a few days. Col. Gcf rce Wenthcrford and Mis Beeeher Newborn motored to Lexington Tuesday evening for the Shriners' bnnquet and dance. Mr. J. T. McKinney is now located 3 in the rear rooms of E. B. Powell's store nnd is prepnrcd to do all kind of work in tho lenthor line etc. Give OlOl ivlOlOiaiC-BOlOOlCiOiOlOlOiOlC:-- ! y &&&&0&5 -- &&&&&& & CORDUROY VELVET - 0 s For Suits, Skirts, etc.,, in Brown, Black and Blue, 50 cents per yard. f & S e Sweaters Aviation caps, Toques, Scarfs, and J & We are prepared to supply your demands for cold & urpntripr Rmmhr iatp fiHiirllr nnlv annrl nf mini & : : i -- .. iijf aim guaiaiucc jih.u. iery, Comforts; Blankets," ings, et c. Winter underwear and hos-- J Out-.- . i I Hughes, e s " Martin & Co. Stanford, Ky. & Mon-prie- &&&er0 s" t-- EAT BREAD And if you want aood .brepd order Bauuhman's No. I Fancy Patent Flour from your qrocer. He will charge you osly 75 cents for a 25 POUND SACK and your family can live a whole week or lonijer on It. Sen how little it cost to live if you will EAT BREAD made of Bauph-man- 's flour. YOU CANT BEAT IT. Every sack nuaranteed to be STRICTLY FIRST CLASS. On sale In every orocery store in Stanford, and the majority of the stores in the county. j - Wm. Adams & Son. FLORIDA a Quail Are Fine ' This Fall J. H. BAUGHMAN & CO. Stanford. Ky. ii- PIT, COMFORT & IF A YOU jWOW AN EQUAL COMFORT AND DURABILITY. ";w. WANT A SUIT OF C L0THES WITHOUT THAT INSURES THE WEARER THE GOODS. FIT. i TRIAL WILL CONVINCE YOU. WE MAKE THE PRICE AND SELL L. L SANDERS. Grab Orchard, Kentucky .j) bwtVt npu.w m r i'iC')-1- 1 i Jj wwy yqwvlpT "Pf.T" rr-T- SL THE FARMERS farm ot ubout 100 acrca well improved and on pike. l you have ntiything near this, list it with us. Hushes & Vo THE STANFORD INTERIOR JOURNAL., STANFORDKEMIUCjOL To Get "CASH PRIZES FOR CORN To Be Given Farmers By State Bank & Trust Company. Tim Rlnlo Ttnnk k Trust Com- pnny will give premiums as follows SOLD THE WORLD OVER. havi a buer for a Its Btntficial Effete Always Buy (he Gtnuint y, Stanford. For Rnlc 'Hi James Mmsct. two C2t f enr old mules 88-t- Wnnled. To rent u fnnii of 100 to lfiu ncics, and pay grain rent, if suits; com lmid if possible. A. Ij. Thoirpson nnd llru., It. D. No. 3, Stanford, Ky., . J. I'.dwnrd Allen, of Danville, sold n piir of extra good mnrn nmlcH to W. I. llurtiiti f l.ancnslcr for 3-- $YRUfluS turn 'km manuibefareel $410. yihe to the farmers or. liincoin county: Rest Becd corn (white) $7.60; also to tho farmer exhibiting 2nd best samples of white corn $2.50, and to llm fnrtnftr orllitlitinT tllR best Hnm- pie of yellow corn $2.50. Hrinr in your samples to tuo nanic ami put on exhibition between now nnd the 18th on which dnto nil cntrbs will close. The premium will bo awarded by an expert on the 25th of Nov. 1011. Come in, nnd make your enYours to serve tries. 'STATK BANK & TRUST CO., For the people, of the people, by the people. t? I r nrres Tnhble hold of unitnproied land l M. '. Parris, of I5ole. This land lid near Shelby City, nnd joins a fann which Mr. Karris owns, The Tribble land is well loeated nnd has aome of the finest sites for residence property in .Kentucky. d Jon W. Irvine delivered 121 to Mr. Geoige A. entile last week at five cents, and a dollar on the head premium. He bought of McDowell & Vox, 10 entile nt $4.83. Thomns Gooch of the McKinney fiedion delivered Wednesday to T. K. Tudor, II. B. Northcotl'rt roprescnta-liv- c nt this plnco, r30 fut turkeys nt 31 2 cents. R. C. Arnold bought of various parties in the county a hunch of light Irogs at 4 to 4 4 cents. The Madison County Poultry Association has honored the Interior Journal with a membership in the organization and the thanks of the paper is cvtonded to this progressive body of citizens. The show will Imj lield this year in Richmond, on December C, 7, 8 and D, which promi-Fe- s to be one of the largest ever held Kentucky. It is probable thnt a in number o'f Lincoln county fnncieis rill cn,tcr nt the Richmond show. Col. Ale 1'JO 1.0S0-poun720-pou- Sold by all leading Druqqists OneSizo Ony, 50, o Doiile Mis. Louis Kriencr nnd children h.ive rctiinied from a visit to the former's mother, Mrs. Charles nt Hnrrodsburg. flhss Annie Cosby, wholi tenches ut Hcdgeville, visited her parents, Mr. and Mrs. G. S. Cosby over Sunday. Luther Rankin, of Somerset, has accepted n position ns stenographer in the Cnmlcrlnnd Grocery Company's offices in this city. Mrs. It. D. McGraw nnd daughter, Miss Lainin, have returned from a delightful visit to the family of Mr. W. O. Speed at Hustonville. William Trosper left Saturday for Corbin where he will spend a few days visiting his mother, Mrs. Mary Trosper nnd go hunting. . Mrs. J. II. Hnnkla nnd daughter, Miss Lucie, hnve returned from n visit to the former's parents, Dr. nnd .Mrs. W. A. Drown nt Pnrksville. Mrs. Mary T. Wells sold her residence here to Mrs. S. A. Moore for $800, nnd bought the residence of B. D. Sweeney for $1,700. Gcf-linger $ POSTED & GREAT rwtONiq JMIA W iittimri ''I'.im tmbt Herman Uirkolz. C. M. Allen, J. R. Manning Rcichcnboch Bros. N. H. Pluramcr, Jacob Gander Fred Von Allmnn S. II. Bnughmnn Mnttic II. Howes. W. P. Belden Fred Von Grucnigun, J. M. Gooch John Herzog. Wm. and John Huffmnn. Willinm Cordicr. J. B. Myers. J. W. llaughtnan. I- - P. Nunnelley, J. F. Gover, Mrs. W. G. Mcltee Mrs. Betlie Spoonamorc. John M. Carter. O. W. Koger, J. H. Camenisch. Sam Cn9telIo Mrs. S. D. Hintt, E. V. Carson. Notice. No one allowed to hunt Fox Dudderar. on ray farm. G. W. Hnsty C. T. Wi'llson, I G. Gooch. Mrs. Portion hns gone to Indiana to have her baby doctored. It nt badly injured by a fall. BIG Hug APE Ourang-Outan- g ATTACKS Brok B OFFICER From HU Cagt on Ship and Hid to Killed. MARKETS Cincinnati, Nov. 23. Cattle Receipts 8."il head: mnrket very; rnnr-Kvery slow nnd weak to n shade Chartoitown. Mm. A thrilling tight and between a giant ouraog-ontanhalt a dozen men wm described by tho officer of the TlrlUth iteamshlp which arrived here recently from the far aait. One day wben the vessel wai emerging from th Mediterranean Into the wrenched Atlantic the ourang-outanthe ateel bar loose and made Ita war oa deck. Mr. Peddar. the purser, waa It wns reported in Washington alone on deck and was leaning against that President Taft hud added Gov. the rail, unconscious of Impending danger. Stealthily the animal apWillson and Judge O'Rear, of Ken- proached and In a moment was on the tucky to his list of eligible for ap- purser's back. Its paws closing on his pointments to fill the vacancy made throat Mr. Peddajr's screams brought the second officer, Mr. Wilcox, and sev. bv the death of Justice Hurdin. eral sailors to the scene. Mr. Wilcox picked up a hoavjr belaying pin and Chamberlain's Stomach nnd Liver Tablets do not sicken or gripe, ncd may bo taken with perfect surety by tho most delicate women of tho youngest child. The old and feeble will also find them a most suitable remedy for aidincr and Rtrcngthenuii their weakened digestion nnd for regulating the bowels. For snlc by nil dealers. r Pa-tha- n, g KIDNEY TROUBLE RELIEVED COUGHING AT NIGHT ct IN TWO HOURS , low,er;-stecE- S n5.35; cowsi $3.!H7;Jicifers $2.50 $.l.254.50; calves fc pood to choice higher nnd steady, nediuni nnd common dull and lower nt $37.75. Hogs Receipts ,4,125 bead; market active and strong; oth- er grades generally steady at yesterday's prices; packers $5.00C45; (dags $3.5.25 ; common sows $4. b.75; pigs and lights $3.505.75. Rbecp Receipts 347 head; market steady at yesterday's prices $1.G0 3.25; lambs good to choice steady, oHier gradefc dull and weak nt $2. 5.25. ' JUNCTION CITY Col. J. Henry Hnnkla fade u trip to Stanford on Monday. Mrs. I'.llio Preston, of Danville, is visiting her mother, Mrs. S. Powell. Miss I,o u el I a Jmgle returned to Richmond Monday where sho is a pupil nt the normal school. Messrs. G. 1). McCollum and G. W. Settles hnve reluriiid from a vLs-- it to It. P. Gay at Lowell. f Means loss of sleep which is bad for everyone Foley's Honey and A Speedy Cure. Tor Compound stops, the cough nt once, relieves tho tickling and dry1 derived so much benefit from the ness in the throat and heals the Prevents a inflamed membmnes. h of Dr. Kilmer Swamp-Roo- t cold developing into bronchitis or that 1 believe it will be most impor- pneumonia. Keep always in tho tant for the public to know of its house. Refuse substitutes. Shugurs and Tanner. worth. Last November I was suffering seLost. A pale red cow weighing verely with kidney nnd bladder troubetween 850 nnd '000 pounds. Had ble. The burning pain wns terrible. small bell on; slit in left car nnd I cent to you for one trial bottle of V. C. brand on left hip. Please reOwsley McWhorter, 'Kidd'a turn Snamp.lloot nnd it relieved me in store, to S9-tKy. ubout two hours. After taking tho .siriui trial bottle, could feel no more A Thought. Next to knowing wben to sells an pain, so purchased one lifty-ceAfter tak- opportunity, the most Important thins bottle of Swamp-Roo- t. In life Is to know wben to forego an ing the contents hnve not felt one id vantage. Heaconsfleld. pain from the kidneys or bladder since. NEWS BR0UGHTENT0WN You arc ut liberty to publish this testimonial should you uish to. J. W. GriUln is building n nice Yourb very respectfully, residence. W. II. WAKRKN'. t'hnileo Pluinnier and wife were R. R. 2, Dos no. Guiueslmro, Tenn. tho quests of W. M. Thompson SunSworn to nnd subscribed before day evening. ine. W. 1"'. Dodson, enacted Justice Mis Lela Droughten bus been the of the Pence of Jackson county, Tenn guest of Miss Minnie II. Smith. this 14th day of July, W0!l. Little Wade Smith is on the sick W. F. DODSON, J. P. list. u-p. nt Ape Attacks Officer. after a sharp struggle ended the existence of the purser's savago assailant Baby In Flraless Cooker. Willows, Cal. A tireless cooker has come to the rescue ot Mr. and Mrs. A. E. Piepcr of this place in sustaining life In their twin children, bora the other day. Curled in separate com- partments ot this kitchen appliance, the boy, who weighed but two pounds at his birth, and the girl, who weighed three, are sleeping their way to health when not receiving food by aid of a medicine dropper. When the twins were born the doctors declared that an Incubator was the only thing that could save their lives. Nothing of tho kind was to be found in the vicinity, but the Artless cooker proved equal to the emergency Lrttfl to Dr. Kilran tc Co. Binghimton' New York Prove What Swamp-Ro- ot Will Do Hing-humto- ii, THE BEST IN THE WORLD because it is made of the purest and best inIS contains more healing, vtreaglhewBg and Material than any rtfcisr EinuUkm, and because it is a perfect product of a scientifically perfect process. Doctor the world over recognize up-JuiiUi- gredients, because it For You. Send to Dr. Kilmer & Co., K. V., for n saniplo bottle. It will convince unyone. You will ul.so receive u booklet of valuable information, telling all about tho kid-rcand bladder. When writing be hure nnd mention the Stanford Interior Journal. Uegulur ffly-ceawe bottles nnd for Mil ut till drug stores. Semi-Wteljnt one-doll- ar Our Sale Saturday Last Day. SAM ROBINSON Stanford, Ky .jfc&U t,i4 s ys iy FLORIDA. CUBA and WESTERN NORTH CAROLINA. Are near by and comfoitnbly reached when you consider that the operate dailv Sotheut Hnjlwny thioush sleeping cart) from St Louis LnuUvillo to Knoxville, Ashvillo iS 1. " at the Standard ration of Cod Livr Oil ALL DRUGGISTS A ,Iu'kMnille. And there are lots of things you need. Why not come now and get just what you want at a greatly reduced price. Oome and see how much you can save now. Is Over Saturday Emulsion prepa- rP..t!t lt.it .if. ntwl lTntnnetAtpru' lieLeN are now on sale by all agents ot tho Southern Uailway, Call on any ngent lor rnies ami other information, or write for copy of "Winter Homes in the boutu , 'Land of the Sky", booklet, to J. C. learn, Jr.. A. Q. P. A. St.LouU, Mo, Jotato prices are found to justify ImVALUABLE DEMONSTRATION. portation of foreign spuds when tho prUe IctcI Is 2 cents ier pound or Tho Pennsylvania experiment stamore. When the price is less than this tion Ins been doing some work of a the surplus produced In European practical nature within tho past few JMsyClJWsvtF i countries Is manufactured Into alcohol years along the lino of instructing the or used as n ration for farm animals. orchardlata of tho stato in tho matter of giving their orchards more careful Tho only gorilla ever hrmiKUt to New and scientific care. Homo four years Tork nllvo Is dead of homesickness, ago eleven orchards were selected Tho animal was a female and would with tho Idea of giving them a ten not eat, hence it slowly starved to year course of experimental treatment death. Hlity of tier companion, male along tho line of tietter culture, ferF.E.TR1GG and female, died when attempts were tilizing, spraying, etc. The orchards rjHTMirotn luadn to bring them from their nntlre have been divided Into check plots, bt ants in Africa to this country. tho different arras elng glveu differVALLEY ent trentment to test results. Some OREGON A friend who Is a careful student of of these received no fcrtlllxer, others bint life and habits calls attention to various combinations of nitrogen, acid, phosphorus, lime, jSSW the Interesting difference in quality phosphoric 1 between the aongs of MlsstsHlppt val barnyard manure, clover and mulch. tx reprinted with-ou- t ley and Dakota plains meadow Urka, IThli msttur mut not The results have been moat instrucptclal prrmltilon the notes of the latter, In his opinion, tive. It waa found that the plots redue to a drier condition of atmosphere, ceiving no fertiliser gave practically those no return. Other treatments yielded Did ever a fall come that some old being sweeter and clearer than net returns ranging from f too to $400 rooster, pretending to Iw a reader of of their more easterly cousins. tier acre. Nitrogen alono or in combl cornhusk slw and goosebonc kinks, The farmers tn tb dry belt who nation gave excellent results. Potash did not predict that the "coming" winhave been prevented from thrashing or phosphoric acid alone showed no ter was golug to be a hard one. their scanty yield of wheat through increase In fruit production, but did unusually heavy rains, which have when used in combination with nitrowood during middle October ofThe e lately, have the fact to gen. IJroe alone bad no beneficial efprettier sights than n symmet prevailed fer few them that these ralna held cap-tir- e fect, but liarnysnl manure gave the still in full leaf and every rlcat elm in the mellow soil and properly For leaf n golden yellow, a condition that conserved by a line surface mulch best results of all. giving the purpose up b only possible when the leaves ripe" next spring, will Insure a crop next of gatheringstate and benefitfruit grow. (he of a diera of the naturally and are not hit by a bard season. rect Inspection of some of this experifrost mental work a field meeting was held, Kollsgo plants of rare and beautiful on tho Johnson farm. In Lawrence Wisconsin Is the greatest pc raising Indoor display by be late of the Union. Thonsanda and leaf can slipshad for one's neighbor or county, on BepL 2T llortlwttural exfrom perts In charge of the experiments, asof acres arc raised for can- Setting thousand Inserting sisted by those from other states, were ning, while a Urge acreage besides is a nearby greenhouse and present tn explain the demonstration n them in watec until tiny root, arc devoted to raistog pea" for They may then be transferred to work to the many who assembled to company in Eau Claire connty grew permanent pots previously filled with get the benefit of It. 1.200 acres of peas this season on its rich and mellow earth. The plants own is ad. Vbould be well watered and kept la a THE RROtlON OF EARTH. In the bop fields of Kent, England, warn room. Investigations which have been carara now used by pickers Instead stilts The bed of pansles which has fur- ried on by the United States geological of the time honored stepladder. Some nished a profusion of beautiful bloom survey snow that the surface of the one has advanced the theory that this keep nice- ctraatry la being worn away by Um same Idea Blight be adopted by or during the past season wtll a mulch aroetve action of water at tb rat of ly through the winter If given chardlsts In the pruning of tbetr trees snent manure or straw Ut an tach In TOO years. This seesas like nd gathering of fruit from higher roTrlnr of ter. One lady we knew used an old a very smsll amount, but it Is aa limbs. Maybe. s enormous amount wben viewed tn the carpet for this purpose, and ber came through the winter nicely action of ulngle drainage basins. It who baa bad An eastern farmer were ready to bloom by the ttme is estimated that the Mississippi river xpertenfe with Angora and wind flowers opened. carries annually to the gulf of Mexico the goats apeaka strongly of them aa a Blatter 13O.4O0.O0O tons or dissolved means of devouring and killing out beet cub and 340,500.000 tons of suspended matAn Interesting fact of poison ivy In fence rows and brush from which the ter, aucb as particles of earth. Of lots and, further, that a few of them ture Is that the beets raised are not, this total the .Missouri river contribcommerce Is kept in a flock of sheep arc a nuro eeed for suppose, the utes more than twice as much aa protection fur the latter, animals as one would naturally fut little fel docs the Ohio. Tiie Colorado rivet largest beets obtainable. dogs. against attacks by 100,740.000 toM lows about an inch In diameter, which delivers at Ita mouth more than any are secured by sowing thickly the seed of suspended matter, or system. It is The theory of feeding ratlonn snch drainage from highly pedigreed plants. Tho other single all as turnips and silage immediately aftrisers in the United among the ptgncers estimated that er milktng in order to prevent n con- Germans, who are culture, call these seed beets States which flow lo the aea bear tamination of the milk by flavors gtT-e- In beet 3.000.000 thither a jrrand total of off by the fecda In based nn the "stechllnge." tons of dissolved and suspended matof the foods in fact that the Juice equivalent of ter, It Is well to keep In mind' the fact cubicor tb of surfsce solL 010,000.000 which the flavors arc contained pass yards may before the that tho soil In the orchard off through other channel tadty soured and disordered, by time of the next mllklns. leaving piles of cnll apples to rot, aa THE AGRICULTURAL past few weeks COURSE. One kind has been the case the There are dog nnd dog It U far better to IK many sections. In years past much of the work don sleep at the corner of the house, bound remove such cull stuff from the orby agricultural colleges has failed t on- - paxslag- - teams nnd are not out tmve confer tho largest possible usefula entirely, buMf wueh-pHechard worth tho Hlt they get on the bonn allowed to rot the spots should liecanse of the rigid and quite exacting they jmaw. The other kind gnaw the beu in- - sweetened with n generous sprin for admission to the agriMime kind of bmic. Iut In niliUtluu kling of staled lime r ground lime- cultural roure, lu many cases the. are well bred, uilml their buiitieiw, stone. equivalent of a high school course be I carefully Inspect strangers and ran be Within the past two tng neceasary. counted on to fetch up the cattle at One of the caost eminent pkyatdans years several leading agricultural! night. of the country states that a vast ma. schools, realltlng this fact, have pror the misery folks suffer from dumpy condition may Jority of could be prerented by knowl- vided for a Is open agricultural short While their health to all young peocourse, which Is ofteu fne ill bo due to other cause. It edge of simple laws of health and ple who hate had the branches taught case that lice are at the ittom of the making the most possible of the aid to In the average country school, a knowl- trouble with the poultry. In any event be got from nutritious food, sunshine edgo of which would Im necessary for an examination should be made, and and fresh air. Ills statement. If trust- satisfactory progress In the courses ofJf lice ure present they annual lie gone worthy, means that if people would fered. The benefit which will result after liammer nnd tongs which should live as they ought to llTe the medical I from thus throwing tbee practical and Includo not only treatment for tbo poul- profession wonld practically be put helpful courses oieu to a greatly Intry, liut a fumigating nnd whitewash- out of business. creased number of young men and woing of the poultry quarters. men call hardly be estimated. It will valAn article In a recent Issue of this mean the realizing of a maximum InInasmuch as it seem to ho the department which outlined the bond ue from the most practical typo of In born teudeney of the hog to Heck and struction that ts offered In American highget Into all the flirt and tilth It has Issue plan for raising funds for county. schools today. access to, it Is tho part of good man- way improvement in Jackson In ltllo agement to make ItH quarters and Ore., gave the amount raised A SPECIALISTS OPINION. surroundings uh clean and sauttary aa for road work ns JtsWi.OlU, Instead of properI'rofeiHor MopUtu of the University out $1)0.012, whllo the valuation of $3,000,-00posalble. When a disease breaks of Illinois, ono of the leading speakers ty In tho county was given as in a herd of swine the number of when the amount should havu at tho conservation congress held a germs Is quite apt to be in direct proAs the figures ap- short time since nt Kausus City, inaJe been $50,000,000. portion to the filth present peared tho amount raised for road tho rather atartllng statement that,. eent of thH notwithstanding the fact that the soils! annually u 20 riowing with a steam or gasoline work property valuationjicr the county, in many sections of tho country have) of picnic, total U not nu unalloyed tractor been depleted by soil robbing to tlioi which Is at n glance nn absurd situaparticularly If those la charge of tho tion. point of virtual bankrutcy, we are ex-- i work do not understand the business porting annually 1,000,000 tons of our things thoroughly and do not hnvo The boldest tree "graft" that has bent phosphate rock for the paltry sum One farmer wu been pulled off in u loug time Is belug of $5,000,000, when If this same phosproperly adjusted. read of the other day spent two days worked by a bunch of phorus were applied to our own dewith three men and a boy getting one chaps In several eastern states. They pleted soils it would be worth 0 of these plowing outfits equlpied ntul aro selling cyuntdu of itotatudum (a In tho production of bread for after making four rounda gave It up deadly polsou) at several dollars a future generations, lie made the fur.i,l flnlaltjul thn flnlil tn u ... . oa u t..t jwu m. mmi.i ..w . VHA 1aI iound to be used In vaccinating trees ther interesting statement that, with j tho old fashioned way four horses for the euro or prevention of the dis proper handling based on a knowledge and a gang plow. eases from which they may be suf- of the fundamentals of preserving soil fering. This or any other dope Inject- fertility, millions of acre of practiSince the tiller of the soil does most ed beneath the bark of trees can have cally abandoned land In the older state of the grunting and sweating in con- not ttie slightest effect lu curing or could be brought to a point of producnection with produce consumed by the preventing tree ills, and, so far as do- tivity where they would have a value millions of mouths of the country it ing any good Is concerned, such dopo in excess of the $200 corn belt land of is an illuminating commentary on the might just as well be put In a bole In the central states. system ot economic distribution tn the ground out back of the barn. vogue that In spite of all bis labors be SHOULD BE RIPE. gets but 35 cents of the dollar which The enjoyment to be derived frees Within the past two years several the consumer pays for bis produce, it thousand Hungarian pheasants have eating pearsand this baa to do is this very situation that la responsi- been distributed by the game wardens with texture, Juiciness and Savor I ble for the establishment In many lar- of several northern states among farmulmost entirely dependent upon their ger titles of the country of marketa ers, who agreed to look after them and being ripened at tho tlmo of consumpwhere producers and consumers can jneo that they were protected from tion. Pears for shipment any dlstanc meet und trade. their numerous enemies, it la grati- ii ro nlway picked while bard. They fying to learn that as a result of this may havo attained full alt and good The wrecking of tho town of Austin, rare and farorablo weather conditions tolor. but at tho same time be hard Pa., on Sept. 30 by a flood of water those, pretty birds bavo multiplied in and worthies. Tho proper way" of loosed by the breaking of tho cement a Hatlsfactory way. It Is further a handling pears In such condition la to dam of the Ilayllss l'ulp nnd Paper pleasure to record that they nro more put them away In a cool dark place, company, and that on the heels of a I thau pti villi; tbelr way lu the service and before rtany days they will b which thn Inhabitants of they nre rendering ns Insect destroy-- , perfection sweet, lusclofl and flno flabad tho town had six months or more ago, ers. It is reported that ona farmer vored. If any readers have never givwhen tho dam was strained to the who became tho protector of neveral en 'pears this preliminary treatment breaking point by winter rains, would , pairs of these pheasants had a big po--1 they should do no and get favorably i.cem to cmpbaclxo the need of far tato patch that was badly beset with acquainted with tho finest fruit that moro stringent stato lawa which bugs. The birds got on to this and grow. would comnel the Inspection and repair forthwith took up headquarters la the of these unsafe, structures and the con- patcb, making an end of the Instruction, of new da ma, for the purpose sects and saving the crop of potato, of Impounding water according to estimated as worth $3,000 by tb own-- r. specifications finished by coaneteat It I a safe true that tkla saM. CIVll CO ah will lsk after ttM Wrd -f." IDAYJIOVEiaEBJJtiL. HKs df L gJCr jKr '"HL con-sol- ti v,a-lbl- e. pan-ale- le sgr n be-ro- TWO-YEA- R s two-yea- I $1,000,-000,00- o fra Utl tVi - So mT-