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VOLUME XXXVIII NO 01 ing of whisky, ono mnlicious shoot-ti- g, two for unlawful shooting upon the highway, ono for nssnult, two Tor enrrying n dendly wenpon concealed and the rest for misdemean- N STANFORD, LINCOLN COUNTY, KENTUCKY, TUESDAY, OF NOVEMIIEIl 28 1011. EVERY TUESDAY AND FRIDAY JUDGE C. A. HARDIN ASCENDS THE BENCH Is Sworn In At Lancaster Monday, And Geo. D. Florence Is New Commonwealth's Attorney SPLENDID ENTERTAINMENT TO THE DEMOCRATS Is Given to Crowded House by Reno, The Great Magician. No liner entertainment hns been seen in Stanford in ninny years than thnt gicn by Reno, tho Magician, nt tho opera house last Friday night. Ho came hero ns tho third number of tho Stanford Lyceum Club's course, and the hall was well tilled with it representative audience to see him. Reno "nuido good" in LINCOLN COUNTY , t s , I It is understood that tho grand jury investigated tho shooting of the strnnger who wns shot by n posse while selling whisky nt King's liar-tin- t. It it now Judge Clmrlen A. Mountain, but took no action beHo wns Bworn in ns judgo of cause of the inability to secure tho the Thirteenth judicial district nt ntlenilnnce of certain witnesses. Lancaster Mo'ndny, nnd nssumed tlie bench nt once, Judgo Wnlker retirST. ASAPH CHANGES HANDS. ing to private life again. Judge Wnlker wns nrcorded the Beprivilege of holding hi Inst court Clark Jordan, of Wayncsbwg comes New Manager. in liLs homo town, ns Judge Hnrdin ilid not reach Lancaster until nftcr noon. The juries were- empaneled, Messrs. C. C. Gooeh and Ilendrick mid Judge Walker churged the grand Hays, who hnc successfully conjury, delivering unto it n very im- ducted the St. Asnph Hotel since pressive message, lie paid n high, July 1st, have rented Hint popular deserved nnd touching tributo to the hostelry to Clark Jordan of Wuyncs-burwho will tnko chnrgo Decempeople of. Gnrrnrd, hit nativo county in closing his chnrge. 1st. Mr. Hays will go to Lou-iulber Judgo Hardin's commission from to take the position of clerk-ithe Stnto Hoard of Election Comtho postoffice department which missioners hnd been innilcd 'to him, ho rcliiupiished some months ago to nt Lancaster, in euro of Judge I'liuio here. Mr. Goocli is vet undeWalker, who aw ore him in ns judge cided ns to his future, but thinks upon reconvening of court nftcr ol removing to his old homo nt the noon recess. Judgo Hardin im- Wnyucsburg. mediately cnlled his dockets nnd set Mr. Jordan has ronductcd n hotel to work upon thii business of the for many jcars nnd patrons of tho court. St. Asnph "may feel assured of tho The swearing in of Judtrc Hnrdin hist of treatment under his super-isiolu. judge, left n vnenney in the ofAttorney, fice of Commonwealth's mi J as (Inventor Willson is still in AGED MOTHER DIES charge of nlTnirs nt Frankfort unAT CRAB ORCHARD McCrenry is sworn in til Qov.-elcon December 12th it wns expected Mrs. Joseph Rogers, 81 years of lie would appoint u republican to the age, died at her homo near Crab place. November Orehnrd on Saturday, On Monday night he appointed 25 th nnd was buried in the cemetery George I). Florenc, one of the there Sunday nftcr seniees nt tho most prominent young attorneys nt home by Mr. J. C. MoClnry. Mrs. the Stanford bar, nnd who has Rogers wns n splendid woman in made a splendid reputntion ns a sense of the word and will be lawyer. Mr. Florence had the prac- eery greatly missed. Sho is survived by tically solid endorsements of tlio husband nnd several cinmren. ban. of the four counties, for the her She was a faithful member of the place, and his many democratic Itnptist church. lricnds More hopeful he would be mi honored by the governor, since OBSERVE THANKSGIVING ithe placo had to go to u republican It u expected that, the nuw prosecu-to- r As minister nf the churches of will begin hi duties at the Stanford, we feel it right to urge present term of the Garrard court. Retiring Judge Walker wound up ou the people to properly oberc usido your Lis last term of court in Stanford Thanksgiving day, lay business nnd assemble nt the house lust Saturday. Tim members of the local bur adopted the following' tes- of (lod and in this public way gie expressions to jour gratitude. Patimonial to Judgo Walker: we comply We. the undersigned members of triotism, demands thnt in this the Lincoln county bar, umn the with the request of our Christ matter, nnd Ood is veil pleased voluntury retirement of Judgo L. L. him. We Walker ns Judge of the Thirteenth when all tin people praise judicial district of Kentucky, desire cannot 1iomi for the perpetuity of by this testimonial to express our our fne institutions unless wo keep high appreciation of the fearless, in fin or with Almighty Ood. The hn.'c i in purlin I nnd scholarly way ho has mightiest nations of the earth the duties of thu Judg-sln- p. gone down under His displeasure. Metho.fudge Walker bus met every There will be services at the dist church at 10:30 a. in., Rev. obligation upon his high ofllec in that way calculated to preserve the dig- I'. L. Ilruce will deliver the address, nity of the court, the sanctity of the Let nil the people nppcar before the law nnd the respect of the peoplo l.oul in His house. J. J. Dickey P. L. Uruec, D. M. tor an nble and upright judge. Ho Wnlkcr. J. H. Jones. has fully measured up ,to eery requirement of Uie exalted position, COL. DILLI0N CELEBRATES nnd quits the bench with the admiration and respect nf eery Inujer Col. W. R. Dillion whom everjbody wh hu practiced before him. d knows and lows wns agreeably .1. W. ALCORN'. Monday the occasion of his J M. M'ROUKRTS lUlth bitthday anniversary, when his .t. It. I'AXTON. sons, Wix, of Paris, Hurry, of .1. X. SAt'XDKlK Russell, of Lincoln county, J. S. OWSLEY. JR. and James and John, of this place K. S. ALCORX prepared u sumptuous dinimr in honHARVEY HELM. or of tho event. A feast of good W. S. Ul'RCH. J. X. MEXEFEE, JR. things was prepared and the gcniul colonel tho youngest of one of tho 0. M. DAVISON', crowd, made the boys all glad that 0. I). FLORENCE, they had giten lrim this happy surT. J. HILL JR. Aal on further motion nf tho prise. Here's hoping' Col. Dillion Mirabfi-of the bar subscribing to will reueh tho century mark. Lonthe ahore testimonial, it was order- -. don Echo. ed thnt the testimonial be recorded D ORDER MAN AN in tin order book of the court of that day and that the original be delirered to Judge Walker, which Col. M. F. Elkin has been in town wa doae. for the past two wekes assisting in Tho enso of the Willow Springs tho rejuvonntion of theh local tent of Distillery Company, against W. 0. Maccabees. Ho hnd a splendid meet sxH)d, which hus been (lending be- Ing last Friday nnd many new memfore the court for some time, was bers were tnken in nnd old ones resettled by Speed puying $107. Speed instated. He, will hnve nnother meetwan uurety upon u note of Hayden ing this Friday night and has a lot Shnnlw, deceased, nnd tho Distila member, and nt ench one ho mndo lery brought suit to hold him liable moro new candidates to ride the goat While here Col. Elkin visited nil tho for 800. The case of the Modern Ilrothcr-hoo- d lodges of the city, nil of which ho is of America against J. F. n splendid talk. Col, Elkin is an enflntblw, father of Mrs. Vaughn, was thusiastic order man nnd hns the n contest between the administrator happy knack of being nble to say of Frank Vnughnn's wife mid Mr. the right thing ns the right time Vnughan's half brother nnd bisters nt every inectiug he nttends. Lancaster Record. tis to the disposition of tho proceeds of n policy on his life. The Chamberlain's Stomach and liver wife having died prior to tho death of her husband, the court held that Tablet do not sicken or gripe, nnd the half brothers nnd sisters of the may bo taken with perfect surety by tho most delicate women of tho deceased were the beneficiaries. voungest child. Tho old and feeble Tin grand jury adjourned, nftcr will also find them a most suitable returning 22 indictments. One wns leu.edy for nidinir nnd strengthcniuii ' for murder, the negro, "Possum" their weakened digestion nnd for Mlout, four foivforgery, ono for mnl- tho bowels. For sale by all icious cutting, three for illegal sell dealers. ors. g. le n u. ct fur-priseRich-moiid, ALL-ROUN- I nm u, candidate for the democratic nomination for County Judge oory sense of the word, and had his audience completely mystified from beginning to end. Ho performed some HI or 00 tricks nil of which weru excellent and in addition kept up a running lire of hnppy and humorous comment thnt gac an added charm to thu entertainment. Cupt. Reno asked for n young man from the audience to go on tho stngc and nssist him, nnd Tilden Cooper for the honor nnd did very fine work. The Rcdpnl'u Lyceum Ilurcan, which is Hiippljing tho Stanford Club with its atttactions, has given the gi cutest satisfaction, and with each number the people nro moro plcnged. Reno was promised lis. probably the best of the whole couro ,nnd he cer tainly was the hest thnt lias jet Ih'imi imvi'ii. Tim next two numbers. which are delightful musical enter tainments, come in January nnd respectively. reb-ruar- y, "UNCLE DINK" Announces as a Candidate For Election As Jailer. Re- - In this issue of the I. J., is found the announcement of Jailer Dink Farmer ns n candidate for renomi- nation, subject to the action of the Democratic party. There nro few better known men and democrats in Lincoln county than "Uncle Dink" nnd his host of friends will rally to his supxirt as they have done in the past. They sny that he hns made a splendid record in the office he has had hut one term, nnd like every other officer descres an endorsement. They will make n fight for him along this line and also upon the splendid record be hns mnde in office. Everyone who known him knows thnt ho doe.s his duty fearlessly and ns he believes is right regardless of what anyone may say. MT. M0RIAH. Drothcr Hubbard filled his appointment here Saturday nnd Sunday. Mrs. Betsy Melton has been very sick with nstlunn, but is very much better now. We hope to see her up again soon. Mr. Marshall Hutchcson left to day for Cincinnati. Mr. Crni: lluugli nnd charming little daughter Penrl of Detroit, Mich are visiting at N. L. Wright's Miss Mae Dcnthcraco spent Sunday with .Mrs. Gertrude Hiiteheson. Mr. Virgil Oukes wns here Sun. day. Mr. Emit Meier nnd Miss Luln Warfield both prominent young people of this section, will be married at Mr. Sherman Warfield's on Nov. 'JO III After nu extended trip to Dan vi!le and other points they be at homo to their friends nt T J. Butt's place at Highland. Mr. Herman Rcid of Liberty, was here Sunday shaking hands with his many friends. Mr. nnd Mrs. C. D. Wurfield were guests of Mr. Will Reed nud family Sundny. Mr. nnd Mrs. S. II. Ileinze have gone back to Peebles, Ohio to make their home. Misses J. P. Mills and Essie Wright nro preparing to go to Rockcastle to visit friends and spend the hunting season. A wagon load of boys and girls attended tho protracted meeting at the M. E. church at King's Mountain Sunday night. Master Clyde Adams is kept away from school by a sprained ankle. While out hunting Nov. 15th Eugene Dentheruge shot Fred Cnrsoii n colored man, who lives on top of Hall's Cap. Carson wns in tho field shucking corn fur Mr. Jnmes. Cnrtcr when Eugene enme through nud shot at some birds. Several shot hit the negro, hut ho wns not hurt seriously. Hoth parties were seared considerably. Mr. Jtunes Hiatt is on the sick list this week. Tho members nf tho Mt. Morinh church have built a ew coal house at the chuivh. Mr. Reuben Melton visited Mr. Mart llryant of Hurnsides last week Miss Orishiix Warfield wns jho guest of tho Misses Farmer Saturday, i of Lincoln county, subject to tho ac- tion of tho democratic party. I had declared my intention to mako tho race, nnd it wns so Mated in tho Interior Journal long beforo I had over henrd thaht Mr. Rico who has recently announced, hnd nny intention of mnking tho race. To be perfectly frank with jou, as I have always tried to be, tho moro announcement of my intention to mako tho race did not have tho effect of rendering" my days miserable nor my nights sleepless by ren-so- n of the constant trend of the voters of the county, soliciting nnd urging mo to make tho race although, I hnve received satisfactory assurance of support from every section of the county. My determination to mako tho race has been nrtnntcd more from n perhonored by thu sonal desire nomination and election to the very important office of Judgo of the county court of my county, than from uny pressure from the voters o f the county. In mnking this announcement I will not rush into print with the declaration, that "1mm not the candidate of any clique faction or inter est." A declaration of innocence made before accusation is to say the very least of it, to be regarded with fius picion. We rend thnt, "The wicked tlec when no man pursueth," I am fully aware of the importance of tho office I 6eek and the responsibility nttnchd to the proper discharge of the duties of n county judge, but with my long service as county clerk and many years practice ns n lawyer, I hnve no fenr as to my qualification to fill the office, in fact, I would not nsk the people (o elect me to an office that I did not feel confident I could fill with lion ti or to myself nud to the entire of my county of the My contention is, that it is almost impossible for a man who is not a lawjer or by reason of a long and close association with Hie transaction of the business transacted by a county judge, to make a succssful and satisfactory county judge. The increased jurisdiction of the quurtcrly courts has greatly augmented tho volumo of business to be transacted by that court nnd I am at a loss to know how a man, who is not well informed in the law, can rule upon the advisability of testimony nnd the validity of pleading, IIo simply has to depend on whnt some one else snys, which is not n snfo thing to do. A county judgo has exclusive jurisdiction in examining trials in all enses of homicide. He presides nt nil sessions of the Fiscal Court nnd it is his duty to keep thho members thereof fully Misted ns to the financial condition of the county. He (passes upon the validity and sufliciency of the bonds of the sehr- -' iff and other county officers, when bonds nro required and it is his duty to see that statements are properly mnde. He hns tho appointment of guardians nnd administrators and is his duty to see that good and sufficient bonds nro executed, nnd thnt settlements nro mnde nt stated times. IIo has exclusive jurisdiction in probating wills, and many other duties which I cannot here enumerate. I regard the question of maintaining our county roods as being tho most important, ns well as the most difficult problem, with which the county judge of Lincoln county has to deal I can only promise thnt if I am elected county judge it will be my pride nnd my plcnsure to do everything within my power to give the people of my county better roads and safer bridges. Our neighboring county of Boyle has much better roads than we do and it is mninly duo to the use of improved rond machinery nnd I believe that wo would do well to ndopt their system. T shall, if elected, delight in giving personnl attention to the expenditure of tho rond nnd bridgo fund of our county, nnd try ns far ns.it is possible for me to do, to mnku each dollar buy ono hundred cents worth of Inbor or mnterinl. Whjle u member of tho legislnture I procured the pnssngo of n law authorizing tho Fiscal CSwurt to purchase nnd, furnish frco tools to bo used, on tho dirt roads. This I believe to bo n good law, nnd I would favor tho purehnso of a reasonable- number of picks and shovels to bo furnished to roads to-bper-fect- ly satis-factioc J whero tho peoplo nro unable to furnish them. 1 would favor a bcttci road from Crab Orchard to lico Lick from Ottcnhcim to Crab Orchard and from Wajncsburg to tho county lin nt Euli.inks as well as all other din roads in tho eastern portion of the comity so as to provido better facilities for those people to reach tho county scat and tho railroad ship ping points nearest to them. I know personally nearly every democratic voter in tho county and I am going to usk you to mako mo your nomi-nc- o for County Judge, and I promiso jou that I will try my very best to make tho best county judgo that Lincoln county has ever had. Yours truly M. F. NORTH. MRS. GEO. C. GIVENS. Wins LINCOLN TO SEND BIG CROWD TO INAUGURATION First Prize at State Bank & Trust Co's., Corn Show. Show of the Stnto Rank and Trust Company .Tho first nntuinl Com Democrats Will Wear Badges And March In Inaugural Parade Low Rates on Railroads Plans nro on foot for a Marching of Lincoln county Democrats to attend tho inauguration of Gov. McCroary in a body nt Frankfort on December 12th nnd many luivo signified their intention of going. , A similar club is being organized in Rcprcscntativo-elcc- t Oarrard by John l'nira and it is planned to get a special coach on tho L. & N. to go straight through to Frankfort. The railroads nro ranking n rnto of one faro plus 25 cents for the round tnp to Frankfort on nccount of tho inauguration, nnd many wish to take advantage of tho low rnto to seo the big event, visit the new capitol nnd other points of interest in tho Capital City. will print Tho Interior Journal ribbon badges with "Lincoln County Democracy, 201 Majority for in big black letters for the local democrats Jto wear in tho big parade, and wnnts all who will go to cull nt the office and leave his namo for a badge and for publication. Club y" of Slnnford was brought to a most successful close on last Saturday. There wero exhibitors nnd somo splendid specimens of the cereal were on exhibition. A big crowd wns on hnnd to wntch tho judging of the entries which wns done by Messrs. W. M. Ilright and C. E. Tate. The prizes were award ed as follows: First on best halt dorcn white enrs went to Mrs. Gcorgo C. Givcns the premium being $7.50 in cash. Second prize $2J,0 to 0. C. Givens One prize of 2.50 on best half dozen yellow enrs went to J. D. Ends and Sons. This popular and progressive hank intends to muko this Corn Show nn event ench fall for its friends nnd will probnbly ndd other features to the exhibition. twenty-fivo PAINT LICK Spenee Hall bottght of Will .Moo his farm of 80 ncrcs at $80 per acre. N. W. Rodgcrs is moving to his farm bought of M. F. Osborne. Grant Mctcnlf is out uftci a spell of fever. W. G. Kemprr who was cashier of the Peoples' Hnnk nino jears has moved to Lexington and will in the insurance business. Theru will bo n Union service held nt Wnlmuttn church. W. P. Kincnid of Stanford hns been in this county trying to buy tobacco. Ho does not offer whnt the farmers think it is Worth. Tho farmers in Central Kentucky arc not ns wiso and business like ns tho farmers of the western part of the Stnte. Our fnrmers ought to pool their tobacco, by not doing so, they lire nt the mercy of the American Tobacco Co., who bought it at their own price Inst year and it seoms they will do the same thing this yenr. The farmers union nnd should pool nil tobneco growers their tobacco by countios ond districts thereby secure a better price for this crop. en-ga- E. C. GAINES' CORN SHOW Tho annual corn show held by E. C. Gnines, the Insurance Man, of Lancaster, on Monday court day there, was a big success. There was n lot of corn exhibited and competition keen for the honors. The CASEY MAN IN TROUBLE. (Lexington Herald.) W. II. Edwards, nged forty years who has been rooming nt 118 West Vino street for nbout ten days, BEE LICK. Mr. James Harness went to Stanford Inst Tuesduy on- - business. Mrs. Dociu Proctor continues about tho same. .Mr. Hogio Drown was visiting Dec Lick last week. The singing will close nt Mt. Zion next Sunday. Prof. W. A;. Owens will go from there to Pino Grove for a term. Mr. J. N. Drown is on the sick list. M. II. Urown is catching lots of fur now. He snys ho hns the best coon hounds in Lincoln county. Sunday school continues in opcrn-tio- n nt Bethel church, every Sunday evening at 2 o'clock with Rev. John Elder in chnrge. Will Rogers has been attending the "Holj Roller" meeting; tho meetings are held three miles south of Crab Orchard on the Somerset road. Mr. J. M. Lewis has got homu from a two month's trip of mnking molasses. He has madel,200 gallons and worked in three counties. Uiid Stringer was here to seo his best girl Sunday. The meeting at Poplar Grove conducted bv Rev. Pike continues. CHAPPELL'S GAP. Misses Corn and Mattie Anderson have been visiting Mrs. Mollio Manuel at Rowland. Miss Dcttio Manucls spent Saturday and Snndnyiwith her sister, Mrs. Arch Anderson. There is lots of sickness nround Andy Anderson Chnppell's Gap. had n deep cold but is better. Mrs. Ivou Dcnson cnlled on Miss Dettie Mnnuels Sunday. Miss Annie Dishon hns returned from Morcland where 6ho visited. XI rs. Omn Wnrdlow came up from Gnrrard county Saturday to visit her futher and mother, Mr. nnd Mrs. W. T. Mnnuels. Mrs. Elizabeth Melvin is going to niovo to Somerset. We hate to see prizes were nwarded ns follows: Hest dozen enrs, Lloyd Rrown second Jnck Cox; third Jesse Snun-der- s, claiming that he feared he might in fourth Ed. Sutton. Rest half n moment of forgctfulness do himdozen cars Jack Cox; best cap Jesse self somo bodily barm, on Tuesday Saunders. asked that ho bo committed to tho Eastern Kentucky Asylum which FOR SALE PRIVATELY! was done nfter n jury tried tho caso in the Circuit court. Edwards was Mv nines T nnw livn nn nnnlnininc born on Rolling Fork, Casey county. 20 neres house with four rooms nnd He is unmarried nnd for a number out buildings, spring close to house. of years lived at Junction City. Ho A bargain if sold in 30 days,6 miles said he has tried to do himself harm south of Stanford in .Tiimhn. K. T. three times by tnking poison during Young, Stanford, Ky R. F. D. No. spells of dispondency. 3. S0.2n. PROGRAM Thanksgiving Recital. Department of Expression. Nov. 29, 1911, PIANO READING HEADING-My 8 p.m. Wiley CHAPEL STANFORD HIGH SCHOOL Titania Mary Elizabeth McKinney. Our Hired Girl Margaret Davison. Aunt Maria Elsie Coleman. One, Two, Three Riley McCollum READING READING READING READINO READING READING READINO Bunner Cooke Josephine lieazlcy. Pillow Fights Louise Lynn. A Masterly Argument Jesse Hocker. . Stockton Tho Steam Chair A Jean Paxton. Cure for Rheumatism William Yager Burdette s Aunt Mime at tho Circus Belle .Russell. Exchanged Graves Clinton Coleman La Gazelle Mary Alice Smith Matsy Grhnes Aunt Sophronia at tho Opera Adelia Russell. i McCollum ft Chisholm PIANO READING READING READING READING READING Mary Moore Raney. '..... Kullalc Riley If I Were a If I Were a Boy Margaret Shanks, Joe Grimes. Girl her There wasn't nny church at Mt. Olive Sunday, It wns so cold. Mr. John Dreinich will be home December 2. Everybody will bo glad to seo him. Oscnr Manuel will soon come in from Illinois. Mrs. Mnrtha Thomns who enrae homo to attend the burial of her mother Mrs. Margaret Knonkcs is still here. Mrs. Mnggio Johnson visited Mrs. Delle Denson. go. Aunt Mclisy on Boys Maridn Grimes The School Master Beaten Thomas Coleman ,. Trowbridge Dickens Case of Suspension Dorothy Alice Mildred Young Ladies of the Seminary Mary K. Dttdderar Elizabeth Iliggin Mary E. McKinney John M. Wateitj Harris Colemuu Will McCurty. Annie I), I. Jack Harold Tom UaJagrJulf of Collrge Nr-b)- ' in tho sido or chest dampen n picco of flannel with Cham bcrlnin's Liiniment and bind it on For pains ' Miss Ophelia Judkius Prof. Edgerton Kntherine Jonns The Maid The Seminary "Man" Faculty , '(Morrison McRobnts Bright. over the seat of pain. 11i ing better. For salo by all Snllie Mills Cruig William Grimes ' THE STANFORD INTERIOR JOURNAL. STANFORD, KENTUCKY. TUESDAY, NOVEMIEB 21, 1911 Tun 1 III LANCASTER stay with her nicco Miss Rclla 20,000 pcoplo rend each isuo of mita tho bcnch with tho P,nu,,its of the I. J. Aro you talking to them Momlnv was county court day. has fricml Bhll focp0lilically-n- nd through nn ml! Mr. James P. Prnthcr purchased Uon a nrm not in tho heart of Ettabllthtd 1172 I OFFICIAL COUNT. tho frnmo portion of tho old Ma thne who love even and exact jiw- - Mn Ho(cl of u K McUoorr,8 for HELTON M. SAUFLEY,... Publisher linn to ull. His many friends in 52.500, In Governor's Race Shows McCreary Dr. Jesse Leo Cotton of tho TheoLincoln county will wish for him ft A Winner By 31,335 Majority ADVANCE IN 1 A YEAR STRICTLY filled ppcedy recovery of his strength, logical Seminary of Kentucky, the pulpit nt the Presbytcrinn churrh The officinl connt in tho recent sucred at tbe restofflco nt ataa-for- which seems dilatory in rcturniuR, Sunday morning and preached nt tho aa second cites mall. nftcr nn nttnek of typhoid fever, and Union services Sunday evening nt election was mado by tho Board of will nlwnys extend to him ft warm the Christian church. Election Commissioners nt Frnnk-fo- rt Miss Lorn Well Minor, daughter Tho official Inst Thursday. POLITICAL ANNOUNCEMENTS. welcome when ho returns ngnin in 1 1 fi1 JlKlUK IfiHDVU U UK JUL wttuomvuw m a . o We Pay COLD & Is WET ft ft ft ft ft d Highest Market Prices For $ that the condition of your feet? Yes, most likely it is. It is hard to get an Fer County Judqe. T. A. Rice nnnounces his candidacy for .Conntv JuJiro of Lincoln . . '. .1 ". ..! i county, suujcct to uio acnon oi ll.. dcinocrntio party. M. F. North announces his candidacy for County Jmlgo of Lincoln county, subject to tho notion of the Democratic party. For Jailer. nnnounces his Peyton Parrlsh candidacy for Jailer of Lincoln county, subject to the action of the Democratic party-Geor- ge nnnounces his DeBorde candidacy for Jailer of Lincoln coun ty subject to tho action of the democratic party. Judge Lewis L. Walker held his laet term of court nt Stanford last week as Jndgo of tho Thirteenth judicial district. He now goes back to private lifo wlicnco ho was raised by appointment of the Governor upon the death of the lato Judge Sauf-le- y. lie has served a little moro than a year upon the bench, nnd during that time has proved that no mistnko was made when a temporary successor was sought to fill tho shoes of a man who was conceded by both friends and foes, to havo worn tho ermine ns ably aa any man who ever graced the bench in tho commonwealth. It seems unfortunate in many ts that tho vicissitudes of politics should remove Judge Walker from tho sphere of notion for which bo seems so well qualified. Judge Walker "mado good" as judge, to use a commonly accepted term used in describing success in any walk of life, lie pos'seses to a remarkable degree judicial poise nnd temperament, which, conple.d with a legal mind, trained in discernment and qnlcTTin performance, mado him in eFcry""Benso a splendid judge. He tcs-pec- SllllMaSBBIIilHiSMtaBBBBBBBlBBBBBaHBSBHBBHililHMBlilSBBBBBBBBBBBBBBlBMillllBaHBSJBBlBBHnBiHiMaSBHlilllMBBlBBBBB Cash for Accounts and Notes omos easily nnd direct when you place them with us for collection. We make collections nnd look after of Mr. and Mrs. Kdwnrd T. Minor vole in the governor's rnco in ench of Louisville but formerly of this ronnty in the stnto was as foll.iwst r, place was united in marriage to T. Sanders Orr, of the, , McCreary O'Rear 1,015 1,700 Hnrrodsburg Republican, who had n ,. rrc.i . .... iHchlRiuI Pres Adair .. ,. AllI,itnrfl nfr1P0 ,,cforo ho Allen ., 1,103 1,809 ofbyterian church Dr. T. M. Haves 078 Anderson , 1,302 got printer's ink on his hands, gives ficiating. 1,054 000 K. Anderson celebrnted Ballard Mr. John tho following sound ndvico to tho 3,121 2,300 his 74th hirthdny at his homo on Lex Barren who aro preparing to Democrat 1,058 1,420 ington nvenuc. A bountiful dinner Bath Bell tnkc jobs nnder tho now administra1,105 2,504 was enjoyed by the guests nssemblcd tion nt Frankfort. 1,024 453 wishes ex- Boone " Ilnvo a good time boys, as tho nnd many were the good wishing him Bourbon 2,397 1,881 tended to Mr. Anderson ftoyd prospect of 'pie' is fine Wo ato many hnppy 2,138 2,209 returns of the day. n little nnd enjoyed it hugely but 1,781 1.374 The Mioses Shugars have moved Boylo remember that four years is not to the city 830 1,370 Bracken of Richmond. They have long, tho cost of living in Frankfort 1,880 1,305 just had n handsome modern resi- Breathitt is high, contributions nro expected dence erected near tho home of their Breckinridge 2,032 2,249 nnd nil in nil, the fellows who se sister. Mrs. Jonns Rucker, in Madi- Bullitt 601 1,210 cure the jobs nro not lucky if they son county. 1,048 1,809 Butler fail to lay up a littlo for tho rainy 1,440 1,477 Wm. Drown a widower and Miss Caldwell days thnt nrc sure to come. Nine Ala Scott, were united in mnrringe CWloway 2,000 1,92 out of ten como away with less than in the city of Lexington. Doth of Campbell 4,239 5,2 they brought nnd tho four years is tho contracting parties live near Carlisle 370 1,324 practically wasted." 449 1,405 Carroll Ducna Vista 1,521 2,182 Mrs. Maltic Duncan entertained Carter 1,149 1,328 Casey Tho fight for Speaker of the next nt nn elaborate luncheon on Thurs3,010 3,707 Houso is beginning to warm up. Will day evening at her homo on Lexing- Christian 2,590 1,559 Clark Shanks Lincoln county's candidate, ton street. 707 1.542 Mrs. O. T. Layton "who was nt Clay has a largo number of pledged votes 374 843 and it begins to look like ho is a first reported ill of dipthcria is now Clinton Crittenden 1,253 1,401 certain winner. Tho two contending much improved and her ultimate re645 1,020 candidates nro II. A. Schobcrth of covery is hoped for. An only daugh- Cumberland 4,083 3,085 Daviess Tcr-ril- l, ter hnd this dread disease some Woodford county and Claude 805 1,008 Edmonson of Trimble. Mr. Shanks is fight- two weeks ago. 507 1,171 Mr. Jcsso Parks and son have ElhVtt ing clear of all factions nnd entang014 1,210 ling alliances, and making a clean just bought a farm of 261 acres in Estill 5,438 5,075 fight which his friends beliovo will Shelby county. They will movo to Fnyolto Fleming 2,025 1,798 No their new homo in January. land him as the next Speaker. 1,534 1,229 Floyd Union Thanksgiving prayer meetbatter man for the place can be 3,081 1,399 be ing will be held at the Christian Franklin found should tho whole stnte 401 1,302 searched, and his friends will bo church on Wednesday evening. All Fulton 270 850 glad to know that ho is about to at- the ministers of the town will partici Gallatin ,..1,491 l'.333 Garrard pate at tho service. tain this distinguished honor. 077 Oranl 1,583 Benjamin Tracy died at his homo 3,854 1,543 Vista after a brief illness Graves Our congratulations to tho new nt Duena .' . . . 1,707 2,041 Grayson Commonwealth's Attorney. George D of pneumonia. A wife and one son Green 1,140 1,280 survive him. Florence, nnd to Governor WUlson 1.152 1.427 Miss Annie Belle Burnsido is in Greenup upon his appointment. Since a 875 757 Birmingham to spend the winter with Hancock had to bo chosen, no better 2,802 1,092 nardin selection could have been mado and her sister. Mrs. J. Vincent Arnold, Hnrlnn 335 1,416 The Delta Tnu Club wc are confident thnt Lincoln county entertained 2,550 1,405 quite handsomely. Tho home was Harrison and the district will linvo full reason 1,712 1,050 Hart colto feel proud of tho record this decorated in nil the rich nutumn 2,802 1,441 ors, which was followed by an invit Henderson yonng man will make. 2,314 l,2"fl Henry ing Juncneon ox, ices, cofieo nnd 452 1,643 Hickman sandwiches. 3,302 2,833 The Rev. W. M. Kuykcndall for- Hopkins the rolo of privnto citizen. Uob-Ldito- TURKEYS See us before you sell, get prico in countrv or delivered. Absolutely Dry Shoe ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft i ft H.B. Northcott. T. K. Tudor. Mgr. PHONE 153. HENRY L. CASEY, D. V. S. Veterinarian Office LOQAN'3 STABLE, I'honu 432, Agent American Hog unoloru Serum. DANVILLE. KY. Former Director Animal Industry Philippine Islands. Inarian United Suites Army Ex-Vet- er But we do believe that we have shoes as NEAR DRY and give as MUCH WEAR as it is pos- ft sible for man to make. ft If there is one line ol our ft business that is better than others, it is our SHOES ft ft The fsmous JSk- - ft ft ft CONCRETING boat down to tnc pott, We enn yon promptly . and KUrHiitr nrlclnu Dull nd get our prlrM work and bafora 700 buy 7our mktorUI at lr nit x-rmutt-rlitl- "Witch Elk" at 7.50 and $10 The Pair ft ft -- Wtftrelu potltlon to tin nil klnrU cf concreting, inch ni Mock Work. rmnnt nd, in (act, w eim mik nny think' from o The Pair o o 3.50 to $5 PHILLIPS BROS., ft "Walkovers" at o Stanford, Kentucky The Pair ft J. C. McClary ft "NpttkfnnV'a. Fine Dress ft ft Shoes. These lines are certainft Ezt TJhS ft ly the best that man and mafw Zajfcafi ft ft chines can produce. There are ft NONE BETTER and we doubt ft ft if they have an equal. JTj TlWnc"f3.50to 7.50 ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft 'ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft UNDERTAKER AND EMBALMER w Is t'Bru ... ... STANFORD, Offlca Tftoaa 117. KY ft ft ft ft ft ft ft Hnu II 'ana Make clainy anywhere in tho United States no chargo unless we collect. and Canada, Bank reference. Correspondence invited. rx, MAY:&jioLLECTION AGENCY, Somerset. Kentucky. ftj&iSftftftftftftftftftft ft Wj TTT nsftftftftftft CLOTHING WHITER b We have just received a new shipment of Men's and Young Men's Suits I T T TT T "" OVERCOATS AND RAINCOATS and they are W going at a i. On account of being overstocked. Jlg IeCUlClIOIl Come and com-- " ..: We' can save you big mgney. parft prices. , , d'm' SAM ROBINSON (IHlII-j'- t Stanford, Ky ' 00030000 O O W$ - j'?9 1 1. ft ft ft ft fr ft ft ami I MlU "BALL .BANDV RUBBERS , 1 'nil U. .",- -, Jl H '' Every pair of famous "BaHJBaii'd" Rubbers find boots are made from 'Highest grade materials the quality Is n'eScr 'cheapened iu these gocde to meet ct mpetition. This irtvhj a now have a largo assortment of wiM not taw toodU. Tiy thing else. be iatisfictl with.uny VVe thrxihY9CHaAytwetl wear-sfrt- f T"ndyu W. E. Perkins, CRAB ORCHARD, KENTUCKY. . merly of this county and pastor, of Jackson tho Baptist Fork church, but recent- Jefferson ly of Glasgow has been called to tho Jessamine pastorate of the North Edgefield Johnson Kenton Baptist church in Nashville. Knott e V. A. Lear, Lancaster's 6tockman has lately shipped Knox several car-loaof hogs to tho Laruo Queen City market, and is now can Laurel vassing for another exportation of Lawrence Lee swine, tho following being some of Lcslio his recent purchases : From C. A. Letcher d hogs at 4 Robinson 50 Lewis 4 cents; from Willnm McKcchnic, Lincoln 25 porkers at 4 4 cents Livingston from Thomas Hicks 25 Logan porkers at $5.00 per hundred; from Lyon d Walker Bradshaw 25 hogs nt 5 2 cents; from Walker Madison Magoffin . Bradshaw 35 poprkcrs at 4 2 cents, from William Broad-du- s, Marion Marshall d 11 hogs at 5 2 cents. Two boxes of turkeys wero Martin shipped from this place to Boston; Mason McCracken 28 cases of eggs were exported Friday to Lumo & Qainn at Cincinnati McLean a carload of cattlo was shipped from Meado Menifoo hero last week to riubbard, Hauss & Mercer Rogsdalo in the Qneen City. Metcalf Miss Luck Francis was tho week Monroo end guest of Mrs. Banks Hudson, Montgomery of Danville. Miss Mary Taylor is Morgnn with Louisvillo friends. Muhlenberg Mrs. C. D. Powell has roturued Nelson from a vivsit to hor sister Mrs. W. T Nicholas Short of Richmond. Elder F. M. Ohio Tinder nnd son Louis wero in Lonis-vill- e Oldhnra for a stay of several days. Miss Owen Mary Arnold who has been studying Owsley at tho Cincinnati college of musio Pendleton came homo Monday. Mrs. John E. Perry Stormes was in Lexington for a visit Piko Mesdamca Alexander Powell last week. Kennedy and Banks Hudson, of Pulaski Danville were guests of thp Misses Robertson Fnuicjs. Mrs. Ida Tinsloy is nt ltockcastlo home after a protracted visit to Itownn Colorado and Texas. Miss Flora Russell Zigler is in Louisville for a visit to oCOlt rtlutived. Miss Katio Lee Denny Shelby is nt homo after a visit' to Mr. nnd Simpson Mrs. Alex Denny of Richmond Fred Spencer P. Frisbio is making a business stay Taylor in New York. Mrs. Wm. Morns Todd Hoskins nnd children, of Sarasota, Trigs Fla., aro guests of ,Mcsdames R. L. Trimble Elkin and J. E. Robinson. Unioir. Miss Emma Doty is in Richmond, Wurren visiting her sisters Mesdamea Ed. Wabhinglon Smith and Georgo Bogard. Mr. and Wayne Mrs. J, W. Askins aro in Bradfords-vill- o Webster visiting their daughter Mrs. Whitley Walton. Mr. C. Bailey has returned Wolfe from a visit to relatives in Virginia. Woodford.. Mrs. Hugh Hemphill has returned to Nicholaeville after several weeks Totals v. wide-awak150-poun1-125-pou1-225-pou200-poun1-125-pou1-200-poun1-- 243 1?'j80 23.3C9 18,137 1,5S0 1,205 i ftftftftftftftftft ftftftOftftft ftftftCrftft ftft H. J. McROBERTS STANFORD, KENTUCKY 1,007 8,080 954 1,268 1,594 2,133 5,325 598 2,704 899 2,109 1,650 930 992 1,061 1,960 1,052 787 .... ........ .1,108 ...... .......1,183 743 110 439 . .".... 1,058 '. . . 1,943 1,051 3,588 PROTECT YOUR HORSE Also yourself when driving this cold We aro headquarters for Horse blankets, lap robe and car weather. riage heaters. supplies. And all horsemen's V flEO. U. G. PAT. OFF. 1,889 087 2,882 1,402 019 OJ.M li'.Z UEST MONEY YOU CAKE CAN FOR OCT. THE TRY 1,087 3,043 H 047 1,923 l,7Sl 217 2,034 2,920 1,413 1,147 705 1,787 1,009 870 1,002 1,893 2,240 1,109 J C. McCLARY, 1,800 2,454 1,183 740 389 1,449 1,089 1,704 1,174 1,181 2,400 1,239 081 2,811 536 030 PLENTY OF LUMBER Stanford. Kv. THEM. W, H. Higgitis,. Stanford Ky. -- - It You Are Prompt ou Still Have Abundant Time To ON HAND 2,177 1,071 2,038 1,128 2,307 214 1,320 5 15 2,007 002 2,145 019 910 770 709 no tsaBaBBSBBaahJfu 1,140 1,024 1,031 3,210 004 3,574 Paint That Roof ti-r- mn .mti hi m.jMM. for all purposes. build So if ou want to ...... 2,550 1,392 .jii) a bouse, a .barn, a chicken coop, a dog houso or a, fence, conn "AVc have 404 horo for tho materials'?' 1,001 all sorts and bites, in both rouh 829 1,024 and finished lumber and if m can 1,545 not suit you in kind, quuhti!,, qual1,524 818 401 1,103 1,389 1,341 299 805 3,058 1,435 1,342 1,550 3,002 024 1,102 Use ami- i Commonwealth Or - s smsis Red ity and price, nobody can. 1,082 1,283 1,532 1,533 1,092 J. A. ALLEN, Stanford, Kv JVIetalastic You Can Get It At FALL AND WINTtH 3TYLCS. My new fall and rump.O'. aro dow ready for you. iQ.yMlo.j Tney comirie the bent on toe oiaikei can suit anyone as to prtco wco huo bis clotiiea made U order. A sul, mado to your measure tit preferable to ready mads clothes. To have thorn mac to measure doesn't coot an: saar Hum ready made when fuallij Corn la rH la considered 1st take your measure. 2,114 ...., .. V .... . : .V4 3,020 1,524 1,473 2,392 980 021 1,540 ad PENNY'S DRUG STORE STANFORD, KENTUCKY. 220,771 105,438 H. C IWM.IV, TM rraetieal TaJft. THE INTERIOR JOURN AL SHORT LOCALS. Advertised Iottcr. Mrs. Mnttle M. Leo. Mim Klira Owen. All tlio business hoiiTH will be closed Thnrsday Thnnkfgiving day. STANFORD KENTUCKY TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 28, 1911, WaN fit For Snlc. My home on Miller Street. Fred Kichenberger. Leave your orders with Karris for 03-t- f. jour Thanksgiving dinner. V'lvS WvMB 'fBSjuVSsV' I .V M Jb . xv :5&.'M 'w .mrsvAMi C7iy .TV.- t .. i'r..-"- k ivi IJ.K ,.t- - . ' I "v. V H. iw.r:iyi yi ti' 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 M 01 ii&ii$i$i$i$i $i OO"O1O1O"1B0 JL. What Is Wrong With 2 . Casey's Feet He failed to buy his shoes from 0 m $ m O 0 0 n 0 0 N 0 M' An Innovation in Oil Heaters The Perfection Smokeless Oil' Heater, with its drums enameled in turquoise, is an ornament to any room, whether in the country or city home. No home is quite complete without Perfection Oil Heater. It is a necessity in the fall and spring, when k it too warm to start the regular heau'na apparatus, ana too cool to be without heat In the midst of winter it is often convenient as 1 an auxiliary heater, as there are always some cold corners in a house. ITie eaamded heater always pretests a Bice appesraaee, as,lhe eaaael will not Umtth or bum off. It is not an "etuaiel past," bat it U the sum as the enamel of your cooking utensils. The Perfection is the roost reliable and coavenient portable heating Same spreader prevents device you can find. An automaticalry-lodun- g turning the wick high enough to smoke. , Everything still nt nlc price. Snin Robinson. Wonthcr Forernst. Iluin Tuesday, probably turning to snow Tues day; colder Tuesday nnd in extreme portion. a fl. L. Fenny states that if Stomneh Tablets fail to end the misery of digestion or stomneh distress of any kind money back. 60 cents. Xmas presents of useful and pleasing character is my display of watches, clocks, solid gold and high grade filled jewelry, solid silver knives, forks and spoons in latest patterns. Diamond brooches, rings and cuff buttons, high quality of silver plated ware and other useful articles. W. H. MUELLER, Jeweler. Premier typerebuilt and is new. Can bo Anyone looking for a typewriter should come in To tho Ladies Don't forget the nnd try this one. It enn be bought exchange in tho postoflico Wednes-rnless than half what a new mafor to bo given by the ladies of ll.o chine costs, and is ns good ns a new l lbptist church. Rhick enkcu ai.-- one. Apply at the Interior Journal jtn' r good things to cr.i for Thunkv ofllcc. 93tf . riwng dinner will b on hand y. For Snk A Smith I will sell ray homo on East .Main There will bo Thanksgiving scr-irtrect on very easy terms. See mo writer. Has just been nt the Presbyterian church nt everybit as good as you are looking for a good lion llustomillo Thursday evening. Ser- if priced right. 11. C. Uaughmnn. bought nt a bargain. vices conducted by Itcv. Surles. es 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 Cummins & Wearen We can fit you and give you the worth of your money every lime you buy. Hanan," Our Special" and "Eclipse" shoes for street dress. Price 0 $2.50 to $5.50. "Good-year 0 0 0 0 It will do you good to take a look at that Welt" in a high-to- p M 0' 0 0 0 0 0 0 U 0 0 0 0 M anuniuai PERSONAL and SOCIAL sa Standard Oil Company .Miss Anna K. MeHee visited .Miss Mnttic Floyd at Mt. Salem. The ladies of the Haptist church will ha vii tin exchnngo Wednesday the 20th. Cake and black cake, a specialty. ft For Sale Six Mammoth Bronze gobblers. Mrs. Win. ilatheny Stan-forV- l, Ky,, 0 0 0 , . , Jti9scs Suo Tnylor and Nannie Woods Engloman spent several dnyn in Cincinnati Inst week. Miss Sara Smith Julia Record, Amia Dnle were over from Wnyncs-bur- g Friday shopping. J. J. Ixmg of Oalnosville, Ha., who Iibh been with his father, J. W. Long for i week, returned to his home Friday laht, leaving hU father considerably improved. Miss Klixa Lunsford and Mrs. Aldaughter, ice Cox nnd hnndsome Miss Jennie, came over from Itneas ler whopping hint week and wcro the guests of Mrs. Jcnnio Lunsford. The Women' Improvement Club of Stanford will meet in their elub room Wednesday afternoon 2M0. All inembero aro requested to bo preoeit Visitor will bo welcome. Mr. T. D. Raney, of Stanford, was n business visitor in London last Thursday. London Kcbo., Miss Bertha Jackson, of Stanford will give a recital Thanksgiving, evening. The plaeo has not yet been nrrnngrd. London Sentinel. For Thanksgiving CRANBERRIES OYSTERS CELERY, MINCE MEAT. All Kinds of- -- FRUITS AND NUTS Take your Thanksgiving dinner with us this time and you will bo fiuro to como back. 8. L. Govtr Stnnford, The to Ky. restaurantcr meals nil honre, nnkcry in connection. We will eloso up onr mill ThanksMiss Nannie Smith is the guest of Mm. J. D. Holderman in Pineville. giving to give our employes a holiyour Miss Janio Fishbacjc, of Mt. Ver- day. Don't put off ordering coal and feed. J. II. Baughman & Co Iwen tho guct of Mi-non, has Margaret Davison. Hon. M. F. North of Hnstoaville, Mr. T. L. Rnughman, of the one of tho best known democrats in Hcdgcville hection is the guest oi tho county nnnounrew his candidacy for County Judge in this issue. Head relatives in Lincoln. his card on the front page. Ho The Warren Urigsby Chapter, of tells his story to the voters in unthe U. D. C. will meet this, Tuch mistakable language. day afternoon with Mrs. J. S. Hice. Mr. W. J. Riske of Wilmore, b.is "I am pleased to rceommeml Cham been the recent gueht of Mins Lutio berlain'tf Cough Remedy as the best thing I know of nnd safest remedy O. Masscy. bronchial of Howen, for rouchs. colds and 1). Miss Martha Russell, Arnold 'trouble." writes Mis. Ij. in visiting Mr. nnd Mrs. Charley of Denver, Col. "We hove used it J. Russell. it has never failed II. D. Jmuglitnnn muck a tnorn For 6ale bv all 0 rive relief." in one of his limbs and it is giv:rs diVers. him some trcublc. Richard Cobb, Jr., has gone to T'lauksgiving services will Iks Richmond where he is running hi . oondnoted ly the four fhurelics ot brother-in-laC. 11. Jut's farm, Stunford nt the Methodist chnrchonl whilo thn latter is in tho wet for Thursday morning .it tun o'cloek. bis health. Rev. P. L. Bruce will proaeh ' thn Mu Ucrta Jean Penny leaver hcrmou. Ward's Seminthis week to ary, at Kiinhville where sho will tako Rev. L. C. Kelly, of Orlinda, Tenn. a special course in music. preached at the Ilnplist church SunMifls Susie. Thompson, of Mt. Verday morning ard evening, delivering non, and Mififl Ella Thompson, of two excellent and much uppreciatcd Doyle, arc guests of Miss llnllio sermons. llrown near Lancaster. Mr. nnd Mrs. Thurlow Jones havo An open pension of the Baptist moved to the rooms recently vncat-e- d Womcn'rt Missionary Society was by Mr. nnd Mrs. J. II. Raughman hold at the residence of Mr. and nt the home of Mrs. C. Fowler on Mrs. E. L. Reinhnrt last Thursday Vfain Ktrcet. night. A delightful program wns Mr. nnd Mrs. Tinsley Spoonnmoro rendered after which refreshments linvo moved to the homo they havo v,cro served. bought of W. II. Rrady. Mr. Spears Fifhcr of Crab Orchard, will move W. A. Carson tells the Interior here nnd occupy tho houso vacated Journnl to tell his many friends he will nt the right time, announce ns bt Mr. Spoonnmore. Mr. nnd Mrs. William Adams, of a enndidato for the Democratic nomination for Jailer. He says Somerset, aro receiving congratulations upon the nrrival of a hand- that many of them have known this some littlo daughter in their homo for soma time, but he wants nil to Tho littlo lady wait for him for he'll be thero when on November 8th. has been christened Virginia Ailing they aro called to tho post. Adams. Handsomely engraved enrds I am ready to grind nnd bolt buck hnve been received hero announcing her nrrival. Mrs. Adams was, be- whint. Also buckwheat flour for fore her marringe, Miss Alico Day- sale. Will grind every Tuesday, t. ('has. Knsslin, ton of McKinncy s I I'or Xmas presents that will Oybtcrs, celery, cranberries, minco please nnd bo n joy forever. Go to Mueller's Jewelry Store tf meat, fruit3 nnd nuts. George II. 93-t- f. Farris. Wallace W. Withers, who left Stanford several years ago to make only the a fortune in Lexiagton, and who is W. S. Fish represents best and stronqest insurance succeding admirablly in that laud-abl- o Let him keep you protected. endeavor, is back homo for a bird hunt. He is the guest of L. R. ThanksgivLcavo your order for ing oysters celery, cranberries etc., Hughes and enjoying, somo nice with me on Wednesday 29th ns wo sport. His many friends hero are giving him tho glad hand. will close on tho 30th, Thanksgiving t. doy. T. D. Newlnnd. I am paying highest prices for fresh egg!, chicken3 and nil kinus Lost. Watch charm, K. P. em- of country produce. Fields Bros., blem W. J. D. to J. II. W. engraved Stanford et Jesse Lynn's old stnnd. 93-- lt on it. Lcavo at this office. TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN. com-oanies. 93-12- 0 0 0 0 0 0 split the mud; wear like iron and keep your feet dry. Price from $2.50 to $7. Drop in and let us show you how to make any shoe turn that will 0 0 0 Ji water. Cuiuiflii)? & Vearei) Stanford, Ky. 0 0 0 0 0I0I0I0I0I0B0I0I0 0B0B0I0B0I I0B0B0B0 00000& Look - is Sheriff ded to your taxes. I will apply to tho governor for a out; don't forget tho time up for per cent to be ad- pardon for W. C. Hutchison, convict W. L. McCarty, 901 I 1 0 0 mm a. f- - ed nt the February term of the Lincoln Circuit Court of malicious 0 mm 00000000000 0 0 0 0 8rin or Ohio Cirr or Toledo, Lvc Uuvttt. er Fiuire J. CUixet miUra olh tMt be !a mi Jk J. ruiwf ot Uw Ann otott:TolmSo, Ucot)-- Co.. HMng uxt hum buxnna la Uw Utf rwMkl. and that Mid Irra wUI py the mun ot ONK IIU.SDRKD IMtLLAHS tor nuil and fvcTT caw ot Catakkji thjit cannot be cured t7 ine vm ot IliLL'i Citaum . FHAVK J. CHENEY. Rvorn la be tore ne and ubwrtbed la mr prtaenre. thb itb dr ot December. A. D.. ItM. 'I I A. W. OLKAHOS. 1 f rruc. llall'a Cstarrh Cure t taken tatenunr and acta rilrrcVr upon toe bkxvl and nueoua aurtacea ot xbu vyvtrn. tiend tor leeUTiOfitaH. rre. CO, Toledo, O. r. J. CHENEY Pold by all Dructita. TV. umi shooting without wounding and to serve two years in the penitentiary. J. D. STEEN'BERGEN. sen-t-iic- cd 0 0 0 0 0 J. For Suits, Skirts, etc., in Brow Black and Blue,' 50 cents per yard. Aviation caps, Toques, Scarfs, and JJi, kott Lost. Lemon and white spotted hound; little M branded on right side. $2.50 reward for rot am to Charles Uanlan Hedgcville, Ky 92-- 3 There is a great difference in life laie Insurance policies. Mutual Benefit i Our storo will be closed on Thanks Policies are superior. I can show giving day. Leave your orders with you. Why not buy the best? R. M. us on tho day before. W. H.IIiggins. Newland Agent. UaU"a Winter underwear and q iery, Comforts, Blankets, sings, etc. 0 0 oweaiers O Out- - g hos- - g - Panm tor eooaupalton. We are prepared to supply your demands for cold & weather. Remember we handle only goods of qual- - 0&r ity and guarantee prices. For Sale. A valuable building Celery, fniila and nuts of every lot on Danville aveuue. Mis. Char-lott- o variety. Uohon Canspbell. It. 90-3Warren. p. Hughes, Martin & Co. 0 Ky. Stanford, sUl 0 Hcinzs' Mince Meat, Applo Butter preserves. W. II. Higgins. 90 It. 04-2- AJ1 persons having claims agninst the estnto of E. W. White deceased aro hereby notified to present the to me properly verified, on or Rent. 10 acres of land with For tho 35th of December 1911. I' y good Iiousj, 3 ucro tobac- At. Newland Adra'r. t. co' barn, till necessary outbuildings, firo use Now If you want fruit trees etc., good cistern at door 's and two good everlasting bprings, on Diamond nnd Rox coals fromt. yards. place, plnro located three miles Relinblo party would like to rent from town on Rush Branch pil;3, a good farm. Best of references. 93-tLouis Jones Stnnford, Ky. 91-- tf Lock Rox 244, Stanford. be-t'o- ro two-ttor93-2Den-ham92-3f. EAT BREAD And if you want qood bread order Bauqhman's No. I Fancy Patent Flour from your grocer. He will charge yeti osly 75 cents for a 25 POUND SACK and your family can live a whole week or longer on It. See how little It cost to live if you will EAT BREAD made of Bauqh-man- 's flour. YOU CANT BEAT IT. Every sack guaranteed to be STRICTLY FIRST CLASSY On sale In every Rrocery store In Stanford, and the majority of the stores in the county. a.' b 'IS 0 oittioaoi ' 101 101 I00 0Ij$10BO10I01010O 010BOsl01l10110 0B0S201010M0I !&$$ 0 0 tf Let mo overhaul your gasoline and nvoid cold weather troubles this winter. D. Ballon. Leave word nt the I. J. office. cngino Come to Louisville at Our Expense building) return ticket aud your sales checks, which nro given yo u with eaclt purchase, to the credit desk, (south end of th first floor. Wo will refund to you in cash 5 per CCIlt o u your purchases up to tho otal amount of your round trip railroad Fresh Pystcrs just received. Fields IJros., at Jesse Lynn's old stand. Wo aro prepared to install hot water nnd hot air heating, plumbing 81-t- f. ear., Conn Rros., Lancaster, Railroad Fares Rebated Through the Holiday Season Until Christmas Purchaso a round trip ticket from your homo to Louivsille. when you have completed jur hsopping in this storo take your 0 M 0 0 0 A s & faro. Splendidly prepared in Holiday Merchandise Stewart's? Louisville Christmas Store. 61 complete scores under our roof Gifts for every occasion and merchanduti for every need. x 0 IP 0 0 M Quail Are Fine This Fall J. H. BAUGHMAN & CO. Stanford. Ky. Mail orders filled. Anything needed in Chrhtmas merchandise. 0 THE STEWART DRY GOODS CO. LOUISVILLE, incorporated KENTUCKY But to got them you havo to get your ammunition from Coffey & Coleman. Don't forget that we carry the very beat line of shells to bo had nnd want to supply ill of our hunting friends. IF YOU WANT A SUIT OF C L0THES WITHOUT AN EQUAL Nearly everybody knows that our THAT INSURES THE WEARER FIT. COMFORT AND DURABILITY. grocarira cannot bo excelled for freshness and price. If A TRIAL WILL CONVINCE YOU. WE MAKE THE PRICE AND SELL want you. Wo give prompt delivery and polite service. Try as. Cof- THE GOODS. fey & Colewan. any-where FIT, COMFORT & DURABILIT Y 5 ? :BaflMMKaiooiBiisrtrt COFFEY COLBMAN, Mom 1ML .. Prompt sHBrtry, L. L. SANDERS. Crab Orchard, Kvatadky. rf ' r $13.i. Lancnstor Hoconl. t ' Over in the Itollinff Fork section We havi a burr for a farm ot 100 ncrea well improved nnd of Casey James I). Uaxtcr sold his about on pike. If you havo anything near farm of M.I acres (o Jolm P. Hognn this, list it with us. Hughes & Mc- - for $10,000. Whitchouso & Haxtcr .u2lf bought of several parties a car load Carty, Stanford. Wanted. To rent a farm of 100 0f frtt hogs at $3.75 nnd somo fat to IpO acres, nnd pay grain rent, if cattle at 3 cents per pound, At the sale of Mrs. Elizabeth units; corn land if possible. A. L-horses east of Ottenhcim, 1). No. 3, vln and llro., H. n.m .brought from $50 to $fi,o milk80cows I Stanford, K., ,loRS $M0 $3 ,,cr to Lost. A palo re.t cow weighing imi(irC(l implements sold 8f,0 and 000 pounds. Had , boUccri c , j p clmmUcr crictl lhc soinll hell on; slit in left enr nnd nl-. V. C brand on left hip. Please rel. D. Holtr.olnw bought of J. It. turn to Owsley McWhortcr, Kidd'w S9-t'.tones 111 export cattlo 1,200 to 1,500 store, Ky. cents. Ho then sold Quite a number of Lincoln county pouds nt 5 raon nttended the Ilichnrd Cobb olilo to Mr. Jonus 20 feeders nt 4 at Danvillo hist Wednesday. j. jr. Gngglii leaves this week for Tho bidding was spirited. Cnpt. ,hc fi0Xlx wm, n cnr ion,i n mica T. D. Knglish was nt bis best, ami whjch j10 nnt i)avid Hnnkin will sell kept the crowd in n good humor j j1( rott(m growers. They took from beginning to end. The double ,jown a particularly nice lot of nni- , sUuidard Polled Durham e.Utle sold nmj lc;(!Vc they will find a voro of the cry highest breed. Mr mi ,i,.nmmi for them. of? Cblib had an J()nos & (V)WS ,(mgllt ,, a iot 0f this high class stock ,nd decided to , jn Lic0,n re,.t.ntv al,a have , ,,,, tnke the sale. While the prices bw)j ,. t)l0 cinoin- wcro not so high as years "go, the lmU They bought 23 irom salo was perfectly satisfactory. The I)r , 1Vytol). 3;I from joc si caMIe were weanlings, yearlings, and ntloraon, nnd 15 from O. W. Spnng- .,, from 4 ,,,,,, t(( a raatured ones. Crawford brothers. ,cr T, of talmnon, were the largest buyers liicke, uml for tIlcm. ... , lalniijr thirteen at prices from $;0 ' Hnmilton nml Wood James I. ., , urt ,.. . .. t3 $115. J. P. IVirbee, of Fart", bought three nt $70 to $102. Dr. Nrthw " "" ,,ra !' J. O. Carpenter, of this city bought NNrc" f,,r n PncC Sloan arrr'1 io Ja a cow and calf for $100. Mwir 05 nn Granville . Eastland bought three. I Dr. It, C. Uose of Brynntswlle, Gic.il, Jr., three Thompson & Son 2 nic. calves. Sam Cohen n colored bought n combined marc from Jlr. of orlu Oarrard for $300. raw., bought an extra' good one. The M. J. Parris. Jr., sold n cottage bought by various parties. reimihder MoPsrs. It. K. and Henry E. Jack- - J and lot off his land on the Stanford son of Duck Mill, Mass., who have pike near Danvillo to J. 5L McGrnw ber.n looking through Kentucky for for $1,500. S. K. Owsley sold seven hogs to young saddle stallion bought nt nionworth Stock Farm, from Allen V. A. Lear last week at 5 2 cents. Powell & Depp of tho West Eiid, S. Edelcn, the chestnut yearling colt registered as Red Pepper Durns,, by sold to J. II. Baughman a nice pair Bohemian King and from the Pen- - ' of four year old mules weight 2,550 vine mare, Barney May; dam by pounds, for $450. dam by E. O. Uilliland, sold three suckling Black Squirrel mid 3rd calves to J. M. Hoberts, the cattlo IVavine, for which they paid $750. buyer of Pulaski for $50; be nlso Danville Messenger. ICprcdiclious sent out from Wnsh. sold two calves to Meredith Francis ing1n como true we may in the fu- - for $35. Hamilton Bros., Mexico, Mo., lure see dollar corn. They predict conr will jo to eighty cents because bought of J. B. Burwcll, Auxvasse, of the law of supply and demand Mo., the yearling saddle colt, Prince nnd then predict further that it is Henderson 473G sired by Raven likely to go to a dollar "because ot Dare 1284 from Katie Hendeson According to Sec- 2512 by Prince Rose 243. .son of manipulation." retary Wilson's latest com bulletin, Montrose lOfi. Also from R. h. tho com crop of Argentina is short, Seudder, of McKinney,, the 2 year-ol- d and demands will be made on the snddle stallion, Golden Chester United Stales for the'' amount neces5253 by Chester Peavino 3184 from sary .to make good down 111610, and Belle Ware 9045 and the 2 year old throughout the world, in the light of stallion, Dr. Hoekaday 5254, by bis best information, the corn crop Rev Peavine 179G from Bessie Shear of Iho United Status will total cr C400 by Lynn Boyd 44, 2nd dam bushels, less by 350,000-00- 0 by Peavine 85. than the crop of 1910 while the At Shclbyville, last Tuesday, aa corn crop of Argentina and other meeting of growers was held and the W. L. com growing countries is, practicaldiscussed. pool s. ly gone to tho demnition Brown, one of the largest growers W. B. Burton made bis 4th shhip-moin Shelby county was the only one of stock last Friday to the Wil- who signed tho contract. son N. C, Live Stock Co. The shipDavid M. Look, a Kentuckian, by ment was composed of 13 head of birth nnd native of Louisville, who horses whioh cost on an average of bus become a millionaire in New $1C8 per head and 12 mules which York has bought the magnificent averaged $183 per bead. ,This brings Castleton estnte of James It. Keene the number of stock shipped by Mr. the veteran New York financier, near Barton to this farm this season up and will retire from business and to 100 head and ho is still buying return to Kentucky to make his for them. W. B. Burton reports the homo at Castleton. Mr. Look will following pure liases of stock recent- not continue the breeding of thorly: of J. R. Knox of Danville, one oughbred horses, but will use the d year old mare mule for $200 and place primarily ns a home, but will oho harness horse for $125, of J. J devote some of tho broad ucres to Cxatt of Parksrille 1 pair of five- -' raising a few trotting horncs and to yoa-- r old mttro niuUs for $125; f J. . the breeding of cattlo A. Allen of near Danville ouc pair The farm contains 1,058 acres. or 0 year old mare mules for $410; Tho price pnid for Castleton has be purchased nt Fox's sale three ben kept private but is said to bo mulos, paying therefor $505, and of . more than $200 nn acre, or nearly Mrs. Parmeba Ross, of this county ' a quarter of a million dollnrs. 1 it THE STANFOHJQITEgLOJLJOUWNAU THE FARMERS 8TAWF0BD. KENTUCKY. CINCINNATI MARKETS TUESDAY, HOVEMiEBM, HI I, ;onc fi year old harness liorsc for PUBLIC SALE! I will offer my home nt Yosemttc Ky., at public rnlo on Saturday Dec. 9th 1911 fr,ig 1- -4 nt 1 P. 31., boundary of four ncrcs of land more or less with six room cottnge, back and front porches, hall etc., jiexcr failing Mater nt door large barn, nnd nil necessary outbuildings. A most dcsirblo home. Will nlso sell one driving horse, sound nnd gentle, 1 buggy, nlso some household goods. Mrs. J. T. Short, Yoscmite, Ky., PUBLIC SALE! I will offer for snle nt Public Outcry on Saturday, December 2, 1911 Tho following property: 1 roan Nonnan stallion, a good one, 2 cows, 1 to he fresh in a few days, both excellent cows, 10 bog 5 of them nvcrnging 250 pounds, 5 shoots, lot of hay, corn in crib, lot of fanning implements, household goods nnd many other things too numerous to mention. Snle to begin nt 10 a. m., J. P. Chandler, Terms ensh. 94-l- t. Auct. J. N. Lucius,. Ottenheim, Ky. p. Cincinnati Xov. 28. Cattle 2,297 licml; ninrkct steady good; dull and lower on rued in in on and common grades', steers .f3.."0((i.i : heifers $2)0(Oi.:i.'; cows $1.25(01 4.50; calves slow and weak nt $:!($ Hogs Ueccipts (1,30!) head; 7.75. market steady at last week's closing prices; packers Sr5.00((j;0.3'; slags $3(35.10; common sows pigs and lights $3.50(5.70. Sheep Ueccipts 513 head; market slow nnd weak at $1.25(ji?3.15; lambs dull nnd lower at $35. -ls W.H.Traylor'sSale As executor of W. H. Traylor, I will on FRIDAY, DEC. IS, 1911 two-year-ol- c. Stomach distress, heaviness, gas, sourness go in five minutes when you stomach tablets (1. 1.. tthe I'enny guarantees them for indigestion. 50 cents. .Mi-o-- DEATH OF MRS. G00CH. over-rndnelJ- 1HrtI-bi,t- ; ""T "l',? ""W ff Mrs. .Margaret Oooch, widow of the late John tiooch, a prominent farmer of this county in his day, died nt her home oil Friday, November 21th, nnd was buried on Sunday in tho Goshen cemetery, after services nt the grave by Mr. J. C. RUBBISH SALE. Mrs. Oooch is survived by AT thrco daughters, .Mrs. J. I. AVilmot, Grubhs' Home, Shelby City, Ky., Mrs. Willnm Boone and Mrs Carpenter and many other friends nnd loved NOV. 29, 'I WEDNESDAY, ones. She was 7(i years of ugo at the time of her death and was lovSale Begins ed by all who knew her. At 10 0'Clock A. M. Sharp. y. COME BACK HOME. Among the nrtieles to be presented "'''c 1-- ten-ye- ar bow-wow- nt for sale nre: 250 gallons pure npple vinegar, made in 1900; nlso lnrge (Hnll's) steel office safe; largo cider mill, with press; largo separate cider press; empty cider barrels and kegs; eight stands of Italian bees; empty sec-lid bee gums, large and caps, upper nnd lower comb frames, new 'summer wire house, mill made in sections, four-whetruck; buckboard and harness; farm wagon; harrows; plows; corn plnntcr; roller; new McCor-mic- k mowing machine; mower, hay rake, carpenter tools nnd chests; blncksmith forge, complete with tools and bellows nnd other accessories; large scalding box; 200 fet 1 2 inch Manila rops, with blocks ami pulleys; six largo bouse rollers; log chnins; complete wire corn shcller and fence stretcher, other valuable articles, including walnut wardrobe, nlso, two modern Winchester rifles, 32 and 45-7- 0 cal., two 8 foot show cases; stack of hay. One registered Jersey STOCK. cow, one Jersey cow; two Jersey heifers, subject to register. DeWitt C. Grubbs, Shelby City, Ky. Cnpt. T. D. English, Auctioneer. one-pounon el one-horone-hor1-- Tennessee Farmer Makes Expensive Trip to Washington. YOUR DRUGGIST STOPS THAT ITCH If vou are suffering from Eczema, kind or reorlasls drop any other store of Bkln for inInto our trouble, stant reller. We Inwill Ruarantee you conds. two to slop that Itch A tic trial bottle will prove It. We have sold other remedies fnr skin troubles, but none that we could recommend more hlKhly than the well known compound of Oil of Wlnter-cree- n. Thymol and a few other that have wrought such wonderful cures all over the country. This compound, known as p. p. p. Prescription, will cool and heal the Itchy, burning; skin as nothing else can. Get a repular bottle and see on our no-pa- y blue-blood- offer. Shuqars & Tanner. Druoohts. ; f. M. Dunn, President. I Jas. M. Sallee, Sec'y I Treas. W. S. Dunn, Floor Manager. H. C. McWIIIIams, SellciW. J. W. R. Mayes, Bookkeeper. J. Finch, Auctioneer. SELL YOUR T0IACC0 AT THE People's Tobacco Warehouse BELL PHONE 50. (Incorporated.) Co., BELL PHONE 50. DANVILLE, KENTUCKY. Jf V Located on Perry Vllte Street sue Black from Oueen & Crescent Depot, THIS rher SeTatS .. Is the largest and best equipped Warehouse tor tne sale oi wose leai xouaccu shuui ui Shelter fer 150 loaded wagons.. Shelter tor river.. Dally capacity 250,000 pouds. Prompt stle"1"1t$ head of horses.. Free stables.. Free Insurance.. Ne rejection fees. yeur Interests in all departments. The loss In weight which Is jwd Exjtrieaced Men to look after ... wu.n i i . mT. n fh inns leaf floor is a verv large item. The loose leaf method Is Jew ner M experiment, as Is shown by the sales for th e season of 1911 In Kentucky, with eight , regul?- - buyers on w. wn, have six or flf fQhacc- wilf insure the top prices. Drive straight to the PEOPLES HOUSE, Sir . atl s H nhest n h. hovers nn the .... 4. ' Square Deal, a HeartyHandshake and a MVpricesabselJteTy Accurate Weights and an (Murfreesboro. Tenn Journal.) l.nst fall Mr. Jacob Itobinsun, who owned a fine farm near Florence, in this county nnd who snys he was doing well, sold bis farm, stock, household goods, etc., nnd emigrated to tho state of Washington to get rich quick in those widely advertised and mii:h boosted farming luids in that section, lie locnted at Uellinghnm on tho west side of the state, bought some upland with timber on it, because it was cheaper than the valley laud, and proceeded to make a home. It cost him $150.00 an ncro to clear the land. Shortly nfter his arrival ho saw that he was in for it nml began his prcparitious to leave. The residents there told him he was going too soon; to stay and unload on some easterner, who would irt time, come and buy. Mr. Uobinson knew of a number who hnd been waiting for a long time to catch a sueker and were impoverished by the wait, POSTED O ror eluded he would get out while ho WINTER TOURIST TICKETS somo money still left. O had iTho hunting season Is upon u and So last week they arrived here nearly everyone wonU to pout hit and Mr. Uobinson is looking for a pluce. Tho chargo Is ZS cents coin furm. He says, that he knew when with name.) he hud enough, lie says that it is a G. W. Hasty Herman ItiricoU. first rate country to go for ono'a AND ALL SOUTHERN RESORTS C. T. WillHon, Jl. Allen, health but to go there and live ns a ON 8ALQ DAILY L. O. Goorli. J. It. Manning -- VUbe sheer folly it would fanner Iteichcnbnch Uroa. N. II. IMummer, Fruit growss in nbundnnce but is Fred Von Allmnn Jacob Gander ALL DINING CARS hpecked with the seal and unfit for i'attie II. IIcwch. S. II. Iiauj;hman market, lie further snys it does not EQUIPMENT V. P. BcMen KreJ Von GnieuiRan, SERVING pay to prow timothy hay that brings J. M. Gooch John HerroR. ELECTRICALLY ALL MEALS $12 a ton on $300 nn acre land. Wm. nnd John Iluffmnn. The price of eggs there is high but LIGHTED J. H. Myers. Willinm Cordicr. A LA CARTE the hens don't lay. J. W. IJauchmnn. I I. Kuidiellcy, J. K. Gover, Mrn. W. G. .Molteo Mr. Ilobinson's experience cost, GOOD RETURNING UNTIL MAY 31, 1912. Snoonamore. Mr. he says nbout $3000 and he is back HIS FUU PARTICULARS, CALL ON AMY TICKET ACENT, QUEEN & 6NE3CENT MOTE, John M. Carter. G. V. Kogvr, in old Huthford to make what he o wm J. II. ratncniseli. lost to the land sharks of the gloriIt C KLNO. Panragcr imJ Ticket Axtol, 101 TLr DUla St, LEXINQTON, KY. Sam Castcllo Mrn. S. I). Iliatl. ous slate of Washington. K. V. Carson. II. C. Ilatittlimnu, and This experience is u tme one Notice, No one allowed to hunt should give an impetus to the "Hack on mv farm. Fox Dudderar. now working in Home" movement tho South. Those who left their H. C. BftlGHT. Pres. ALLEN HIEATT. J. S. PRICE. Sec. & Treat. homes in the southern states should how the country come back to see has improved and how easy it is to make a living on the farms that were once red clay, worn out and washed hills. (Incerporated.) Come on back boys, come "back home." ANNOUNCES that at the earnest request of the buyers, they have decided to have their opening sale mi Lost, strayed, or stolen from Mr. Monday December 4th. They have the assurance of the followinj,' buyers that they will be on hand and pro-pWm. Shanks, farm on day of sale to talt rnrf f th nw ornju The It. J. Reynolds Tobacco Co.; The American Tobaeco Co.; J. P. a brown or blackish brown weanling mare male bought from J. M. ReyTayUr St, Co.; G. T. Patton & Co.; Vnuclin Uros. Co. and J. L. Faulkner & Co. nolds, of Waynesburg on day of sale and left in Mr. Shanks' new barn BRING YOUR TOBACCO TO Said mare nm'e had a calico or percale string tied around her neck. He- fward. Address Mr. J. M. Reynolds at Waynesburg, Mr. William Shanks, Stanford, or X. Y. Z., Look Bos 101 Stanford. Ky. Beginning at 8 a. m. at his late residence on the turnpike, near Stanford, otter for sale all of property, real and personal, consisting1 of househis hold and kitchen turniture, player piano, 2 desks, bees, carriage, buggy, lot ot hogs, 23 mules, 7 mule colts, 9 work mules, & cows and calves, 3 yearling steers, about600 bushels wheat, lot of corn, 5O0 bales of straw, 1,500 shocks, of fodmower, manure spreader, wheat der, twine-bindedrill, plows, gears, wagons, iron safe, giaphohone in short everything in the shape of furniture, new and old, farming implements, and produce. 10 shares of stock in Lincoln County National Bank; 1 share in Stanford Creamery Co- The land will be sold in the following parcels: 1 The home place, containing the celebrated Edge-woo- d Distillery and large frame d welling heated oy steam, with all modern conveniences, and all the Dudderar land on that side of the river. 2 The Dudderar mill property and all land on that side of the river. 3 The John Traylor farm. 4 The John Traylor Distillery at Gilberts Creek. This arrangement as to land is subject to change. Terms announced on day of sale. G-oshe- n d r, J. B. Col. J. P. Chandler, Auct. Paxton, Exor. 00 FLORIDA 0$ 000 a es Danville Tobacco Warehouse Co. ar Danville Tobacco Warehouse Co. Danville, Ky., where we will have everything ko FOR SALE PRIVATELY. at 503 West Walnut St., the very best advantage arranged to show your tobacco Wo off to advise .u that you will bo able to realize full market price for your crop. ,, "', .,.j. true Kentucky welcome. Peoples Tobacco Warehouse Company, incorporated. DANVILLE, KENTUCKY. TELEPHONE NO. 50. PERRYVILLE STREET. Having purchased a farm have decided to sell privately my property nt liuckcyc consisting of one two story seven room dwelling, 4 ncrcs of land, good tobacco and stock barn well, cistern, store house all neces-rnr- y out buildings one of tho best elands for store in Oarrard. If not sold by December 1, I will rent. Also 70 acres of good hemp or below miles tobacco land 2 2 Buckeye on piko will sell in 2 tracts or ns a whole, well watered and fenced. Near Ouiins Chapel. Richard I. Burton, 85-1- 0 Buckeye, Ky. 1-- you to sell your tobaeco on the open market where you can only way to et full competition of all the buyers; this is Uie Kt fdll value for your tobacco. Danville Tobacco Warehouse Co. (Incorporated.) Ku.