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STANFORD, LINCOLN COUNTY, KENTUCKY. FRIDAY, CLOSE CALL DICK SCUDDER CONTINUES HIS WINNING STREAK Lincoln County Horseman Took Hiqh Honors at State Fair Last Week Watch the date m ywr taM larriRwrewPrwnftlv. TUESDAYS AND FRIDAYS. FOUNDED 1800. DEMOCRATS G3d YEAR. SEPTEMBER 20, 1012 STANFORD'S HANDSOME NEW DEPOT. HOLD GREAT LOVE FEAST AT LEXINGTON 1912 Campalan Is Formally Opened EnWith Many Thousands thusiastic Tim rnniimigu For Victory 11 II to roll up an plurnhty lor Woodrovv Wilson in Kentucky on Nov. 6th wnj forniullv opened nt Lexington on Thursday, the 19th. Speakers of iinliounl prominence were on hnnd, demo-crnt- s jr.,1100 or 20,000 t und from tin pint of the Mate vcro present. The day turned out to ho n genuine, love least. On every side Mere hcnnl sincere expressions linnnony mill good will nmoiig nil of Ihe putt. rnrtintiN Mini of Kentucky are Mho democrats iinitnl solidly liehiinl Wilson, nml thorn's no lolling just how big his plnralitv is going to he. He will Mvecp Kentucky from 'Mem to Mem. Never wn,, there such nil outpouring of democratic oiatory hy The iiintiv distinguished speakers. culture speech of the whole ilny, to Kentnekians was that of the blind tiotintor Oore. of Oklahoma. Of course, there' no speaker in the pnrtv nnywheie who can excel our itwii'OIhe James, hut ho i so well known to Iventuekiuns, that there was icnlly more intere-- t in the of th blind Htatetmaii than liny other. Ami liis speech wax n cm of the purest rav serene. OKI time rnmpnigncrs said that they ha,l nuvcr listened o u move foreihlc iiiul convincing argument for democratic principle. The his: uuditor-i.iwas packed and jammed to it fullest cuimeity when the time came for Oore to speak and not n un talking. The tnnn left while he Oklahoma Senator us prohnhly the leader of promilirst democratic nence in the country to como out for Woodrow Wilson lor ptosidontj nril his consistent lie linn remained ohnmpion. Senator (lore was the Burst while in Lexington of Ilenrv is. ItipeLininUe, who started tho in Kenlucky, IViUon propaganda when, the movement for liw iiomimi-fio- n Young wan in its infancy. Breckinridge is a worthy niemher of the illustrious lamilv of his name. Highlit District o hit- - promised Chairman Saulley to make some in this district during the campaign mid will he heard with interest licit and elehere, for ho U an ahlc nud hnlliant .voting man and thole is prohahly no one in the state '1oer personally to the next pioisi-lethan he. Next to Senator (lore, Champ (lark, the defeated candidate for the presidential nomination, was a feature speaker. Ho was given n jireat atiou, which showed how Kentnekians still regard him. He lunde a groat plcii for democrat iu Many -- ay that (link is success. very soic over his own defeat for the nomination. If he is ami who would not have some rankling of Mpint when such mi honor seemed utmost Ins, only to have it snatched iiwnj t he c.mccals it ery cleverly, and is pioviug himself, us Campbell C.tntiill said, in introducing him, "the gninest democrat in the I nited Stales." Three speaking stands had been Woodland .arranged in Park, and as many orators weie busy at the same time tor it was a physical impossibility for a (punter tif ihe timing to get into the main iiuditonuiu at the same time. Among the otht." speakers during Ihe day were (lov. McCreary, State Campaign ('ban man J. X. Camden, who i- - showing an exceptional lltuess for the phuc, Senator Ollie M. James, Ciingiosmen Cantiill, Stanley, and TMiertrv, ?iw M. Wilson, ot taxing-toItaihoad Commissioner I,. It. Finn, of the First District. Lieut. Gov McPcinmlt iiNo made a splendid addiess, and there uiav hae I ecu others. It was impossible to keep tt'aek ol them iu the going and oming of the big throng. Tlie scenic feature of the whole lnv was- the parade, of democrats froi" Iowa to the pink. The was formed far up on North lliondway, and when it got fully Mntc'icd out must have been thieo miles long. There seemed to be a dozen bnnds, and a couple of hundred uutoii'obiles in the line. The democrat of the Eighth tjistrict weie verv much in eidcnee during the parade and timing the day. A In rue, hnnnrr in ihe pniiule bore tho legend: "8th Congressional District. 10,000 for Wilson." The campaign chiiiTineu of iiianx of the counties- were on liaiid and icported splendid work iilrendv being nceomplished in the wnv of organirntion. d Lincoln count v was well nt the big hnrbeeue. Among Ihose on hand were seen Congress, Camman llnrvov Helni, DUIriot paign Chairman Shclton Saullev, Countv Campaign Chairman W. L. ?ieCiutv, Circuit Clerk J. F. Hid-daOeorgo P. Rowan Rnulley, dem-oeint- io ad-ins? m fH-rche- s nt n, pro-v'ssiropio-pente- County Campaign Cliairnum J.R. Mount, of Oarrard, who is pushing things iu Hint county, was on lintul with u bunch of lie (JmTiinl county democrats. Among them were noticed V. L. Lnwson, W. B. Brntton, and others. From Oarrard, Col. It. 0. Evans, tho county campaign chairman had a splendid delegation. Among them nerd Logan Wood, John Nichols, W. J. Price, Jay Harlan, W. V. Rich- ardson, irmntc secretary to Senator James, (Iridium Piice, W. II. Huberts, llobert Harding, W. II. Hugutley, John S. Baughma,ii W. 'T. Hohiiisou and othcts. One of the banner counties iu the Eighth during the day was the State of Casey. Campaign Chairman M. L. bhiitpo had an enthusiastic notwithstanding tho fact it'll tlint liic.y lend lo liucl Ileal! the night hcfirrc to catch u train to Among ct theie. the Insc.viton on hand lic.sidos Judgo Sliarpc were Chin ley Montgomery, Ligo Jloore, J. C. Coulter, John Hatter, Henry Wilkinson and others. Haivcv of lluiuside, a former was too good a democrat to ir.iss the festiities. The biggest delegation from tho Eijfhth ditrict wiii brought to Lexington by Paul Ooddtird, campaign chnirinau of Mercer county. county boys ran n special trnin nnd vnine about 1() strong. Among some of the leaders noticed werp Judge C. A. Hardin, Ben Lee Hardin, It. W. Keeuoti, (ol. Dan II. Moore, Judge John W. Hughes nnd Clavo Ooddard. Chairman Paul Ooddaid certainly acquitted himself proud. Madison sent over a big delegation headed by Judge Jere Sullivan, Harvey Chenault, W. IL Shaekcl-foiL. B. Hcrrington, Jack Orecu-lea- f, Prof. Noland and other. Campaign Cliniiaan Norton Fitch had a large crowd from Jessamine, nnd it was the same way nil over the district. Demoeints from nil over the slate brought the most glowing Tiporl. There is no disaffection iu the demleaders from difocratic ranks. ferent sections says tho whole fight is between Tnlft and Roosevelt for second honors with the odds decidedly fnioring the Bull Moo-c- r. It was a great day and a most happy angurv for a great victory iu Noill th'lc-gatio- u, Van-Hook, r d, DATES ANNOUNCED LYCEUM For Matthew Rlpsby When Team Could.Not be Stopped in Barn Popular Prcnclicrevillc, Sept. 111. Matthew cry near losing his Rigsby cninii life while hauling baled hay into the bam of'. J. M. Cross a lew dnys .. since, in going itiiougu ino iinvc- ejuld not be- - stopped way tho team at the, proper place nnd Mr. Higsoy, who was on top of the load, was under seeral joists iu sue- the space becoming Cession nnd . I rWH&. jmy. tHafcr' S FOR ATTRACTIONS Five Exceptionally High Class Numbers on Proaram Season Scats Now On Sale. !" Richaiil Scudder, of MuKiuuey, I....- .1! I.. . n " "" - ...nil.. nursemau wuo sprung imo buuui-i- . "'" "i ",u i,twlur " iinccs of Ins eolts iu the big riitun-cariie- d H t Lexington the past two years, "lid by several hu-gsized sales ho '" ""') rr UIUHT flaKrL' fimrr m ,n e t tt sma er. liu no i on in wou in mo been siiuecred to death if tho loud had been drawn three feet farther. Luckily his limp body was left iu tho spncu between two Joists nnd uffier i. lew bales weio lemoved ho was taken out of his close ipiurteru and bis humo iu a buggy by hurri'.''' Mi. ( res". Dr. J. A. Harmon, of Ciab Oicliuril, was willed and at tended his injuries, three ribs wiio Iiiij in. i.l, - Int. tie it, linilii iWLUilflllll. "" """...."t"' lated upon nil sides upon tho showing unimiils of his breeding and ownership made at the Still o Fair nt Louisville lust week. Iu tho of tho different lings, the siim-muries "., name of nigs .Mr. Scudder rarely lliey appear-r- d, for several of his hordes v.crc bought by hllu expiessly for the in wlucli wero ctlteled, mwf i broken and suiidry bruises Ins bodv, but at iiresenl he is ""d they went into tJic sliow under about their ioniier owiieis' niiuies. re-- 1 eoeiiag. - vember. W. L. MCARTY Appointed Campalan Chairman For Lincoln Countv I'pou the iccommelidatiou of Dis Cliairmau Shclton Saulley, State Chaiimaii Camden has appointed Sheriff W. L. MeCar-tof this city, u Campaign Chair man for Lincoln county tor the pre. sent cumpaigii. Chairman McCaity wtR bttgin nt oucu to a thor ough organization iu every precinct of the county. Ho will name a pre ciuct chairman and assistant chair and all working togeth men iu er wilt sco that Lincoln rolls up. the largest democratic vote in her his. lory lot Wilson and Marshall. The democratic piesideiitial ticket is a cci tain winner this venr, and the men who roll up their sleeves and go to work to bring out the biggest vote are the ones who me going to get the credit for the victory. Campaign Chairmen have now been named iu all of tho counties of tho Eighth district. They are "in full a follows: W. L. McCurty. Lincoln Adair- - liolliu Hint. Anderson Wilkes Morgan. ( nscy M. - Shaipe.- Boyle R. G. Evans. Oarraid J. R. Mount. Mndisuu Elmer Deatherage. J. Nu.tuu 1'iti.h. Mercer Paul Ooddard. Shelby Oeorgo Piekett. Spo'tcer Oeorgo Shiudlcr, t riot Campaign y, -- Mrs. Loiu-- a Koger, aged fl cur passed away at the home of her husband, 0. W. Koger, in tho section m Wednesday, the ISth after u lengthy illness of ovei a vear, during which she bole her a siiireiings patiently us became true Cluistiaii. She was u life long member of the Baitist church, and her last wonN were "I am going to rest. ' Besides her husband, she is survived by live children, all grown and to whom she had been a good n, other in every sense. Funeral services were conducted Friday ufter-iioo- ii nt the home bv Mr. J. C. after which the remains weio laid to rest in the McKinney ceiu-tcrMr. Koger nnd fiunil.v moved to Lincoln from Wa'ue county several years ago, and have made mad v vinriu friends in this section, d who will extend to Ihe bereaved and childien sincere sympathy in their grief. lo Me-Clar- y, y. bus-bau- Good Woman Dies at McKinney T. J. Hill. Jr.. Rntn M. Owens D. V. Kennedy. W. E. Olover, 0. 0. Brit-lit-. Uctiriey nnd others. Hay irrrr and tnnnia maWt Ancuit i.innin ol Intent lutMIng ta uunjr ptuiK'. I'lili-y'- l Honrjr anil Tar Compound glfra nJ u toothing and prompt raw tuil rrlirf. Wm Iirallnr l lb linmt.l lunilttaun. "A M. Ilmtkaw. N. Brartporl. M, a)i: Hone and Tr fur dowa ol l'oly'i o( ot rliTd iu a a iTra attack com. bottl rauird a tban aithrua and rurr pl Ttnutr, tUl.u wbrtltlUM. Bhujtn and lti which he aid ,JU0 betoro the bhow Mr. Cohen had ireioiisly Of Tobacco Next Year, ft Uraed By hogiiu. obtained her from A. J. Thompson, Owen County Growers. Owen countv tobacco growers if Larue county, and she went into want to "cut oiit" the 1013 ciop so the ling under the name tif the This filly won as to force the nticu of the weed llodgcnwlle muu. higher. The following loiter has both the J curling harness ami sad Mr. been received by u number of jiromi die classes iu lino style, as Scudder believed that she would nent tobacco men: Oucnton, Ky Sept. 17, 1912 when ho bought her. Jacipieliuu, which Mr. Scudder Dear Sir: Wo mean the 1013 lobacro croi. sold some time ago, wou the AmeriToday tho world is full of tobacco, can Saddle Hotsc Trophy, the light and fortunately, the PJl'J croi is harness chniiiiouship, nnd the class mures. She was still in the hands of those who grew lor It has been grown with much broil by Mr. Scudder by Rex Pen vine it. labor and exense, and the one vital and out of Katlicrine Huguely, which question to raiisidcr now is its value mure ho has also disposed of at a fain v rice. iu dollars and cents. With uo Hazel Dawn, which won the $1,000 among farmers, what chance will they have to obtain even stake over Nicklc Plate, Mary Fox, mi apiroximately fair consideration Kentucky's Choice and other cracks for their year's work? Present was sold last yeni' by Mr. Scudder Mr. Scudder liriccs are ruinously low, and unless to Billv Shropshire. some decisive ste'is taken they uie' showed the famous broodmare Lady (Dare, which he and W. O. Walker sure to go still lower. . II. Murj'hy hw1, is out of the1 iccently bought from A question. The onlv thiug left is a for S00 and took the second tic in V know nositivelv that the broodmare ring. Many thought nt .mi. it was the cut out of 1008 that this gieat mare should have hud the brought the Trust to it milk. With- blue. out it wc never would have sold the Mr. Scudder's good fortune did not IPO" crop for 1" cents a otiiiil. The end with the saddle and liarne.ss sump tliinc nn lie done nnd rings. He showed u handsome Shet- done eusilv without trouble or hniiii' Inml gelding which he bought during to niivone. At a meeting here Sat-- 1 the Stanford fair from W. J. Dower, unlay the farmers voted unanimous- - and won firM tie iu tho combined li- in" fnviir oF n cut out. Tluv are' ling for ponies and second in the vvilling to continue their fight against, saddle ling: defeating an imported low puces, but they cannot, and will . pony in me nmner nog. Mr. Scudder is linding his brood- The movement not, do it alone. , be general. Reiresontattve uaics anil sues in ureal miist men from several counties have giv-t- n and recently disoed of several favorable aiwwels to inquiries loyally bred youngsters at IjIt prices sent them. So far. not tin adverse Game Wardens After Hunters opinion has been heard. Every-liod- v says it is the only thing to do Sp.irtsincii who expect to get know there is a tiiiii"li the bird seituu this full hut and you iu ewiv case, they say it without n hunter's, license by cscui "but he done at once, before farm- - nig t lie vigilance ol t lie Mate an inu-- t Ol. begin to sell. So sav wc. Meet for at thorities will bo ings be held at once iu nil the next meeting of the Fish ami must counties, the question must be agi (Jiiiiic Commission Executive Agent tated ii the countv iapers, nnd a J. O. Waul will recommend two of gcm-ia- l iiieelmir with county repre- his county game waidens to be tip sentatives should bo held at an carlv pointed Willi loving commissions. date. They will inspect thoe counties iu Aie vou willing to which game warden.-- , have not yet Remember, the difference between 7 been and will act under cents and 17 cents spells llurd Times secret orders. Over .1,(100 license for the "Old Kentucky Home". Call have been issued and it is exected a meeting of your farmers and find that the next six weeks will sec out what they want to do. Send mine than double that number issii representatives to the Lexington cd. It is said to be probable that meeting October 1st. and help us two game warden will be appointed finally to deteimiue this nil impor- for Lincoln county. tant question. Please write me ut once what you "Bunk" Raum Gets Heavy Fine Yours tiulv. can do. Nnsh Rnuui was found guilty by M. II. BOl'RNK. a jury in the Circuit Court at Dau-vill- o this week or having bold liquor Somerset Officers iu local option. Ho was Acquitted of Arson Charqe given the limit a lute of and Sept. It). li. O. fotty days iu the workhouse. The Suiiifist'i, K. Witddle, chief of olice of Somerset, case will be appealed. Three other and John Dunn were acquitted in cases against Rtiiim have been tritd Circuit Com t this week on the charge during tho past few days, but iu of setting tire lo and entering into a eueli the jury luiled to ugiee. Theio coiispiiiicy to burn the house of Mrs. aie several other cases against him Alice Jones. The jury was out only which have been set lor September ten minutes when it returned u ver- 30. Raum is tho owner of a livery dict of not guilty. Tho indictment stable, u blue gitiss fiirm, un autoagainst Policeman Robott Warien mobile and is said to be very wealthy on the same charge uiu quashed on Ho wits detcudul by Attorneys Hauluccoiiut of Iheic being no evidence ing and Rtiwliugs. at all against him. A. W. Sears was also acquitted DEBORDE-BAIL- EY on tho iharge of burning 1ii store. Hcnrv Vanover was itcouitte.l of Miss Mary DeBorde. of Highland. t lie killing of Leoniuil Kciducr at' Weds Mr. Wm. Bailey of Louisville Parker's Lake on July 1, 1011. Van-ovwas a Deptttv Sheriff and kill.Air. William O. Bailey, of Louiswhile try- ville, and Miss Mary DeBorde, o ed Rcidacr iu ing to make an nnc-t- . tho Highland section, weio united iu marriage at the Baptist parsonage Col. Walton Press Agent on Thursday evening, Sept. 10. (Danville Messenger) J. B. Jones officiating. Col. William P. Walton has been Mr. Bailey is u lovmer Lincoln ippoiulcd us press agent for tho hoy but now has a good position iu - Louisville, Dcnioornlic Stale Campaign CommitAfter visiting friends leeiiy luinpaign I'ltlilicity (.omiiut- rehitivos in this vicinity, for u lee coiaposcti oi iiarry a. pommels, ivW ,jaJV ,lev wiu u.lllm t() j,,u,. Shclton M. Saufley and Woodson vi't. wllM0 ,!lev w;u limJ0 tKr May, themselves veterans in the ,e hotuc newspaper t'nme. Tho committee is c. t..tmn contractor litlnt at composed of three trained itewspa- U now wtll per men, nud good results will be ?,,,, "'JVwi ? ."d Canton. 111. .. of kidn-- r .bnWo. i!it,iiii.l Tin, Ir.mlil., liik,..ilr.Pik,-.- i tin- - ttouM. Hla back tiaind and ha wat both-- ,1th xll. "I liradacbci been caused by this work being Lv vai.T Kidncr puuand dlur dimt.d tr,.i iuit at M and pluced iu the hands of inexneiienrcu! 'n f'w d,' ' (' muCB -. auu .. , ...:.. 1.. .. :i i. itrrnsin arriuau in come my lroul,l and alwD 1 am now all ",u- - spin, nuivis. 111111 .1 uie orh wci. tld t nfommcnd riy Kidney PiUa." Try Ihrto. never amounts to n hill of beans. CUT OUT CROP , v, ' nun-nun. app-iintcer self-defcij- The nbovc is the first picture published of the new depot, which the "r; Scudder bought u Chestnut- L. & N. railroad companv bus just completed in Stanfoid. This view. "nil out of u Ches- being ''"i "l'" '''k''1 tnken from above, gives n fine view of the long umbrella shed but ler iiaro mute lrom .Mill Lolieu lor -"-v hardly does justice lo the beauty ot the depot proper itself. Travelers are nil loud in their raiso vif its handsome aitearance, and sav it is the tinest mi the entile L. J. sVstem outside of tho large cities. Anyway Stanford is mighty proutl of it as nil who have seen it. say she has it )crfect right to be. It is a gieat advertisement for tho finest town on the ro' RURAL SCHOOL LEAGUES MISS JAUNITA McGUFFEY Are Urged to Various Districts By Wins Dinner Set of 42 Pieces in the Supervisor McMullin. Sam Robinson Piano Contest It is un indisputable fact that tho rural school system heretofore Iras leceived about as little attention us any one of tho units which go to make up this great republic of ours, but I believe the jeople lire blowly awakening at hist and that wo shall now watch tho school system as it shares itself out of its snail like gait and strides on faster and yet iu the front fastciA 'till it '?t;iuds column. Now it is and has been my wish as well as my duty to do all that 1 can in my limited sphere for the betterment of the itirul school. I began by trying to get teachers iu as iossible to as many Improvement Leaargaaize School gues. The aim of these leagues will be to nnprovo the house, grounds, fences and if ioiblc raise enough nionev ts iu the Sum Robinson piano contest as shown by tho figures given below. The bpeciul prizo of u handsome dinner sot was won by Miss Jauuita McOuffey. Read the stand- Interest continues on the increase ings of your friends und favorites and get busy and do &omo voting for them. testants for tho JO, Yil'l: Following is the standing of conweek ending Sept. 13,033 37,323 14,300 111,010 318,040 415,313 5 (i J 713,800 839,730 012,100 1020,730 to extend the term of school to seven 1111,200 1 months instead of six. fciif-lipr- 4215,570 4310,390 4410,090 4518,125 4018,790 4722,500 4810,870 4020,515 5017,195 51 54 57 17,135 15;025 1410,300 1313,800 'J'o' 1044.773 of Ibis work are getting busy. Mr. Cyrus Johnson, Div. 3, Sub. 3,' 1717,385 School known as the Ellison School' 1810.505 ju unison with the patrons of sttid district, is due the honor of establishing the first successful league. Mr. Johnson is a real live wire and those energetic patrons who are grasping at this otmortunitv to give their childien better educational advantages that they may be more able to tope with their adversaries in the future battle of life which they shall have to fiht. are to be commended in the highest terms. Teachers let's see how many leagues we can organize. If vou desire information write to me and I will be glad to help you with your league. VIKOIL McMl'LLlN. Supervisor. 10 . ivlin Im vi. tlipii- - ovps tin. open and enn see the gieat benefit Several of 131.-1,00(- 5217,405 5324,045 5522,110 5018,115 10-.20- 10,000 2014.825 2114.200 2217,050 23 24 25 2(5 2718.(195 30-18- .940 10.705 13.(iS5 17; 135 17.7S0 2818.040 2919,200 3115,875 3217,815 3317,755 3417.330 3517.770 3030.770 3710.005 ;is :i0 5818.320 5910,800 0010,340 0117,135 0210.385 0310,290 0417,220 0510,785 0019,040 0717,835 0810,770 0939,905 7030,878 7119,430 7210,835" Much interest is already being m.inifost6l 111 llm community in the Lveciim Course jirogram which will bo offoicd to tho public this winter ut the Stniifotd Opera House under t lie allspices of the. Stanford Ljccum Club. Tho popularity of tho cuicituinincnts provided lust season was so great that practically all who obtained season tickets for the last course, huvo expressed u dc-sto secure tickets for tho cntiro course this season. In older that those who buj tickets for the en tire course may bo of their lescrvcd scats for the entire five numbers, the stuno arrangement hns been perfected that proved so satisfactory last season, fcaeh season tieket fold will bo marked for tho scut selected by tho patron, nud will le Ins or her seat lor tho entire program. The season tickets which tiro !?2.50 and 2 have bo-- n pluced on sale at Penny's Drug Store, where icservntions will, bo made in the or der iu which tho tickets arc secured by tho purchasers. It will be a case of first come first served, and thoso who buy their season tickets early will be assured of choice of scats in the house. Tho Redpath Lyceum Bureau, through which agency those attractions are secured, assures tho local promoters that tho program selected for this year's course is much better than last season's numbers, which, if true means a greut deal to thoso who love a high class, clean and elevating entertainment. No attraction of any sort ever given in Stanford gave the universal satisfaction that the last season's Lyceum course did. Each and every number vvus a jewel, the musical events being particularly attractive and popular. Reno, the Mugiciun was a great hit, und was greeted by one of the largest crowds of the season; but at that, Laurant, who will work the magic art this season, is said to be in a higher class than Reno, if such a thing were possible. He carries 11 complete troupe of assistants with ltim, and the things he does are -- aid to be nothing short of miraculous. The lecture number has been dispensed with this season, in defer-onc- e to so many personal requests and n musical number has been supplied in its stead, which will undoubtedly make the ooirrso still more . populai-The complete list of the five attractions and the dates on which they will be here, which dates will bo found printed on each season ticket nre n follows: wcioucr :.: 111c linyus-- m song nnd story. November 30 -- Laurant, tho Magi-ciaao as-ur. n. . i't i- - 1 .) in h R E B Jan. December 3. Boston Lyrics. 2S Musical Favorites. Feb. 12 Fraternity Glee Hub. 7419 75 77 7319,455 Postofficc Adopts Riqid Rules for Newspapers. Postmaster Oeneral Hitchcock has issued iiistnictbv's- for currying into effect the new news)aper and periodical law. first returns under which ii.ust be made by October lo. The law reipiires that publishers shall file the first days of April und October of each year, both with the Postmaster Oeneral and with the under penalty of denial of tho use of mails, a sworn or Ihe uaiiies and adtlics-.- (. t of the owner, publisher, editor, managing editor und business manager, of their ucvvsjiapers and lo-.- al t.ili-iiii-n- 15.000 20,740 4015.855 1115.855 7821,755 7921.140 A dispatch from Danville tells of 8020,005 the urrest of a man who is well 8222,175 known iu Stanford where he also 8322,350 tried his promotion scheme. The dispatch says: C. F. Allen, wanted in this city for securing money under fulso pretenses, ra, ur.es ted Tuesday night in Rockcastle county by Detective Witllin. Three veais ago Allen was in Danville and claimed to be the head of it company that was being orgiioi-c- d Iu construct u railroad from Scottsville to Danville. The scheme had often been discussed before und a number of local business men Mou became interested in the irroiositiou. . When the cuthusiusin-htti- l leached a high pitch and it seemed that the railroad was n certainty. Allen suddenly disappeared. I'pon investigation, it was found he hud deposited 11 draft at (he Boyle National Bank for 12,000 drawn ttpou a hank iu Gainesville, Ga. When in Danville he had a dash--iu- g young lady with him whom he claimed to bo his daughter. She o disappcaicd. While working iu t lii county ho hail a companion khowh as P.. Burns, who was sent to the Dciiileutiury, where he died. Allen was going under the name of Allison when captured and had in his bunds the mineral rights of over 100,000 acres of land on Scruggs creek, which he is said to have sold recently to a New Yoik s.vudictile at $3 per acre. Ho claims to bo n good friend and of Thom-n- s F. Ryan und Leslie M. Shaw, the well known eastern millionaires. After leaving Danville, for somo time, Allen tramped tho country disguised as tin umhrelhi mender. His boud was Jlxcd at f 1,000. a'-s- MUST BE WALLINGF0RD 275 23.S35 C. F.Allen. Who Promoted Scottsvilfe 15.345 Railroad is Under Arrest H 1 1 it 1 r Ili ,( . f. - lil, or '' c- '' Honor Roll of the Waynesbura Graded School Following is the leport and honor 10II of the Wuynesburg graded school. Number iu census report' 127. Number enrolled iu school 109. Average aUctuiauco for mouth of September, ending 0th, 93. Average for same month iu 1911, 70, 1111 increase of 22 per cent. The following pupils were neith fratevnnl, temoerance. er absent nor tardy last month: Religious, Grade 8. Beulah Brituer, iublicntions aio exand scientific Grade 7. Sadie Ooebol, liryuu cepted. For a corjioration, the names of Bevitis, Clydo Bevins. Guide 0. Velum Morgan, Irene the holders of more than one per cent ol the stocks, bonds, or other Singleton. "(Jrade 5- .- Roy Iloiton, Coy Reysecurities must be given, nud, iu the case of daily newspapers, n state- nolds, Bobbie linrtou. Grade 4. Andrew Cillihiud, L. G. ment of the average pniil circulation for the ii eroding six months, is re- -, Reynolds, Myiuu Acton, Zola Acton, Mary Bevins, Klitici- - Shoop, Viola tiuircd. Gooeh. Kvn Caldwell, All editorial or ether reading mnt-tGrndo 3. Colin Goebel, Fied Pitlppenring in a newspaper or magazine for the jmhlicntion of man, Mollis Reynolds. Grado 2. F.dnti Bevins, Mavme which pav i accepted or promised, must be maikctl "advertisement" un- Huiton, George Hortou. Minnie Morder petmltv of n fine of not less ton, Clarence Culdwcll. ("ail Meiritt, Claud Merritt, Iidwnrd Mitchell than ,'foO or more thnu .."00. Shooo, Oivin Singleton, Kd-gSingleton, Herbert Singleton. Disease in Adair Stranne Cattle Grado 1. Agatha Burleson. Cuv-li- e A stinugc disease has struck cat Culdwell, Lena Gooch. IMun B. lie in some pot lions of Adair county tongues becoming sole and Reynolds, Dollio Shoop. Bltitis Betheir they icfiisc t eat. A. I). Todd, who vins. F.veretto IC. Datson. Herein! lives near town, has n number that Gilliland. Jno. l.uttrell. Arthur MitPad-eet- t, are afflicted, and we also under chell, Gilheit Mitchell. Virgle r.lincr Padgett, Vjllinm Porrv. stand thut the ilisiiisc is in the Bliss J110. Ihoinpsoii, iiiMghhoiho.nl. The iniilndy is nlso Deiuue Singleton, number of other conn-ti- William lMward Thompson. raging in in Pie stute. Adnir County Lost Wino colored stocr: weighs News, about 050 pounds and had horns. The IV ""i- - ( utuil will bo open, Rewnrd for return to Pool Peerkins, Lancaster. trufflo thLs thne next year. cd er ljd-wa- rd ar 11 n, . li 1 74-2- p. John L. Sullivan, the pri-- e fit liter, says ho is for Roosevelt. Ty Cobb, the great hall player U n Wilson man. I gg13SHaJtSiK&-il- - THE ITAWFOBB IHTEWIOB JIUftWAL, 1TAHFOM, KENTUCKY FRIIAY, SCPTEHIEB 31, 1112 THRD ANNUAL SALE ?! . . ;;;y. V A'A'i Mules, Brood Mares and Colts Business Horses, Jacks, Etc m '. . P . lU'.t .. Wednesday, Oct. aft: ' BIZ Yards From at 9:00 A. M., Sharp . :v.v .. :?; ". STOCK YARDS Stanford, Ky., f Under Cover ) :: NUNNELLEY'S aU. Iw kkkkBkkV ' !- - T I t 'BBki ' 100 . . kkkkkkHkkwc" a r tw kkrkrSakVlkrkrArkrJkkw MmHkkkrkr'kkV kTfS krkrkrkrkrAs krkrkr'krAkrkrkw4kVaBJ'tl fcSy sy-,- . A I Railroad Station . Beginning : . MA Head of Mules, Brood Mares, Horses, Jacks Etc. lO Mule Colts, all good ones. Qflfl IpU ::! :. 65 Mules from two to five years old, including 1 9 well matched pairs. This will be a rare opportunity to get an extra team of mules, since this whole lot of Mules are the best I have ever sold at auction. 65 Draft Bred Work and Brood Mares, all ages. The right kind from which to raise mules; good style, good bone, weighing from 1 1 OO to 1 600 pounds and nearly all safely in foal to good Jacks. including 2 extra stallions. These Ponies are all 35 Ponies and cross breeds, from colts to good shape and size and mostly Mares bred to good Shetland studs. 10 Extra Saddle and Harness Bred Mares and Geldings, 3 to 5 years old, all broke and good kind. Saddle Bred Stallion. 1 good Harness Bred 4 Good Jacks, 2 to 8 years old. 1 Good Mares, all young and most of them broke. Stallion. 20 Branded Western Terms-Si- x months, bankable note. Dinner for all. lds, 3-year-old 3-year-- m . . . Ti V' V.V. :.- - . V.V.. I '' V- VCdBCVQVWOTHRW a ft??. All this Stock will Positively Be Sold to the Highest Bidder. No other Sale in this Country Offers Such Opportunities for the Buyers to select just what they want, and no other sale gives the same guarantee of age and soundness, as I do. .. J. H. BAUGHM AN, Stanford Auctioneers, I. M. Dunn, Danville, Ky., and Geo. Speaks, Paris, Ky. h. .A i: W. ....saAA & C. Shanks will sell 50 head of Mules, Brood Mares and Jersey Cows the day before my sale. . .. AakakaalAa. i.aaa ...... akaiaak Ida.ikala.l (lla'altl . . lllt'AU tal4allt.4ti. IKIalx.l lali a k t.at t alalta a alall a atalta ... . ? jUhUjijitoHh 'iTui Vlfwm.ii 6l J-i 'mmijf,miiii ii fin ma ! ..iiaMwii. im wiiawwwwiawrtM F the mTimm jwbml, itawfjw, Kentucky fw id ay. ieptehier , 1112 fi l Get Ready to Come to The Big CASEY COUNTY FAIR To be Held at LIBERTY, KY., Sept. W. SHERMAN ALLEN, Mlddlebura. I terry, n notorious Ono Ocorue l by Deputy.! Iwotletrccr, wns hliorili Moso OvcrMrcvt, Inst wccy ntitl InnuVd in jiul nt Liberty. Mr. nnd Mrs. Jcse Foj;!e went tip to Arnbin Sunday to sec Mrs. ForIc' jmrctitH. C. ('. Jones wim at Liberty .Mondny, on business. Jfx. nnil Mr.-"- . Lincoln Wells were up from Liberty Siiiidny. now McthodUt Hcv. 'Moore, tlie pastor, prencbed bis first sermon !iero Sunday. He will move bis fuin-il- y to tlio pnisonnso tbis week. If news items were ns plentiful in tbis peel inn ns fleas, it would be no trouble for us to furnish n newsy letter for eaeb issue of the Interior .lourtinl, provided we could cet time between bites to do the writing. (Jeo. Hicks' barn nt Yosemite burned Friday nislit at 10 o'clock. It it not known bow tbc fire urigintcd It was burning' in tbu top when nrti-Mtci-- w A 24-2- 7, Four Days of Pleasure and Profit Write for Catalogue. W. C. CUNDIFF, Pres. Vice-Pre- s. 1912 JOHN R. WHIPP, Secretary. 0 A Permanent Cure For Chronic Constipation without Krlplnr and without ahock to the ayatem. It contalna tonic properties that atrengthen the atomach and bowel muaclea ao that In tlmo medicine of all klnda can bo dlspenaed with and nature la again aolely relied on. Among the lesions who tcatlfy to theao facta are J I. lUitnkenshlp, Sharon, Tenn and neulah 1 Iloeera, Kosinosdale, Ky ami they always have A battle of It In the house, for It I n reliable laxntlvo for nil the family from Infancy to old age, Anyone wlahlnir to make a trial of this rernedv before burins: It In the regular way of a druKcla( at fifty centa or ono dollar a larc ttnttla (fAinllv ran hne a snmplo bottle aent to the homo free of charxe by simply addressing Dr. W II. Caldwell. 40& Waahlnirton Bt.. intlcello. III. Your namo and address on a postal card will do. Hustonville. Mrs. Henry Walter has returned to her home in Memphis, Tenn., lifter u pleasant visit to her parents Capt. and Mrs. W. R. Williams. Mrs. Annio Wnrrincr and dnughtcr Mi-- s Katheriue are guests of Judge Marksburv. mid Mrs. W. M. Myers. B. K. Swopo bus grown a kersbaw Mr. Carlisle Myers- left Wednesin bid L'urdcn that measured 34 day for Lexington, Va., where be inches. will attend school. The family of Mr. Mark Coins re Mrs. It. L. McKcchnic returned to time ngo, when her home in Montgomeryi Ala., afceived u scuro soino A they found their kitchen on fire. ter a pleaant visit with her parents rsTssa M wtw l vswC3bbbbbbv ' jy Inrge bolo had burned in tlio roof Mr. nnd Mrs. J. A. Hammonds. Miss when discovered. It caught lrom a Jean MjcKeehnie accompanied her. defective flue. Mr. and Mrs. Richard Pettus were Mr. Jim Clark has just completed here last week. a tobacco barn on his premises. Miss Lizzie Phillips'; of Liberty, is Mr. John ltoyston nnd daughter, visiting relatives and friends here Miss lietty, cro visiting Mrs. Kay, this week. at Huekeyc this week. Mr. nnd Mrs. George P. Crow and AV. T. Doolin sold a bunch of hogs on, of Lexington, were week-en- d at 7 2 cents to Win. Sanders. visitors of Judgo nnd Mrs. W. M. T. D. Chestnut signed a contract Myeis. yesterday for tbo Ladies' Working Mr. and Mrs. J. 0. Taylor and Society to have an acetylene plant son, of Danville, were with relatives inMnlled in the church nt this place here Sunday. represents the by limner, who Mr. Sylvester Newton has return reDavis Co. The snmo company will ed fiom a trip to Danville. of T. D. nlo light thu Dr. and Mr. Jones, of Missouri, Chestnut. The woik will begin at are guests ot Mr. nnd Mr. J. 1 onee. Riffe. wonder. V. T. Doolin wns knocked senseMiss Sadie Raughmnn is attending less whilo attending a sale at Hub- the L. K. S. formal, at Richmond. ble. Some cattle at which be was Parksville Younq Man Dead .mss jspiagens, r.liisimrg, was looking ran violently against the tbo guest of Miss ol Harnett, of this Conrad Phillips, the nineteen year looe wire fence by which Mr. Doolin eitv Saturday. old son of Mr. nnd Mrs. S. M. Philwas standing and knocked n henvy Mr. Suel Steele passed through lips, of tbo Parksville community, Ivg ngiiinst him to the ground where hero Saturday en route to George be remained several minutes uncon--eiou- s. town, where he will died early in the week at the home attend school. It raised a bump on bis Mrs. Mniy Logan left Monday for of his uncle, Finn Phillips, near Bur-giforehead as big as an egg. The young man had been sick Long Ala., whero she wri icvv. Mr. Jim Clnik sold bis silo to J. I. snend the winter with her daughter. only a short time and his death was Hamilton for ?1'J0. He sold to same Mrs. n. J. Adams. unexpected. The parents nro prosa work mule for $123. Miss Alma Raiker left Monday trated with grief over their child, How Mahan, together with W. P. for Xashville, where she will at- who wns an unusually popular young ax Jenkins. State Evangelist. Las just tend ttelmont Collc-jiirnn. Young Phillips bad gone to this tciin. elo-c- il a two weeks' meeting' at the Mr. Jack New hern enmo up fiom Riirgin a short time ago to accept a Mt. Hebron church with over 20 Stanford Sunday to bo with the position and did fine until last Satadditions, there being ID ndditions homefolks. urday, when he suddenly beenme tick or hurt, or your property burned. after you are The baptism took lor baptism. Mr. Will Ilurch was here Monday sick and grndually grew worse until today from THE INSURANCE SPEGet a icy plneo at King's Mission Sunday af- for a few hours. the end. He was unmarried and unternoon. CIALISTS. The kind that protects twenty-fou- r Mr. and Mrs. Grimes Heazley, of til a short time ago bad rnado his Mrs. George Lneii and children Stanford, weio lteio Monday evening home with his parents near hours every day in the year. It pays to have an ine expected next week to vNit her Mrs. Chniles Morris, of Cordell. experienced man look after your insurance. Our parents, Mr. and Mrs. U. K. Swope. Tenn.. and Miss Rettie Smith, of when you interest in your business does not cease Mr. Mahau and dnughters, Mrs. Danville, were guests of Prof, and For Sale Small Country Farm Siler, of Jellico, Tenn.. nio guests Mr. S. S. Robinson. pay your premium. I desire to sell privately mv home of his son Itev. J. W. Mahau. Rev. Crossfield, of Lexington, situated about 3 Tito Ladies' Woiking Society will will spenk at tbo Christian church Stanford, Ky on the 2 miles from Rush Branch meet with Mrs. J. II. Kemper next Sunday morning at 10:30 A. M, and Insurance and Real Estate pike, it ml adjoining the lands of Tlnuxliiy nt 2 P. M. 7:30 P. M. STANFORD, KY. Miss Annio Steele Cook has reMisses Lottie Carson ami Tionin Mrs. G. C. Givens and Carson Gov-e- r. This place contains ten and turned to her home in Lexington, Holtzelaw, of Stanfoid, visited Miss one-hancies of. good land, well after a visit to her cousin, Miss win Jugney this week .1 'IMIIIIWI upon it tnoro is n new vm Lulu Sampson. M mi. .... ......I ....a. juiil-- nll lrt T- ljiuimiger ana Mr. Ilobert Fox and mother baby, of Lexington, wcro recent dwelling houso of six rooms, two Nature's laws are perfect If only we obey them, but disease follows disobedin few days since in honor guests of Trof. and Mrs. Robinson. smnll halls and porch room, a new ence. Go straight to Nature fur the cure, to the lorcst; there are mysteries there, of his cousins, Misses Llizabeth and Powell nnd Depp sold to McCor-mne- k cistern ,two everlasting springs and ol which we can fathom (or ou. Take the bark ot the tree some Annio Fox, Master Irwin and Frank nnd son n bunch of light shoats all necessary outbuildings. Fot parwith mandrake root, Oregon grape root, stone root, queen's root, hloodrouf and Fox-- of Danville. at 0 1--2 cents also delivered to Jim ticulars call upon or write to P. M. golden seal root, make a scientific, glyceric! extract of them, with just the right McRoberts, Atty. at Stanford, Ky. Mr. Joo Tuggle, of New Yoik, is Well. 27 head of 1,170 proportions, and you have pound cnt-tl- o LEWIS JONES. visiting Ins parents, Mr. and Mrs. at 5 cents that wcro engaged DOCTOR PIERCE'S GOLDEN MEDICAL DISCOVERY. Wm. Tuggle. lie wns accompanied last fall. by his friend, now Mr. Robinson, of It took Dr. Pierce, with the assistance of two learned chemists and pharma Teaechers' Meetlnq In West End the same city. cists, many months of hard work experimenting to perfect McKinney. Tho following is tho program for Messrs. Tuggle and Robinson have this vegetable alterative- and tonio extract of the greatest Miss Archie Moore, of Washing- tho Teacher's Association to bo held just Montieello, ton City, is visiting hero returned from efficiency. for a few in tho graded school building at weeks. Archio hns been away for Hustonville, Saturday, Sept. 21, at Mn. C. W. Pawusv, of Mlllvllle, Callf.,wrlte: " I wish three years and she has n number 2 P. M. PUBLIC SALE to tell you that I havo used your 'Golden Medical Disof hiemls here who aro glnd 0 Kivo School Improvement Leagues. covery' In my family for twi'iity year. Wo havo had a 1 will on the 20th dny of Sept. her the glad hand of welcoino to her That they have done what they can doctor called In but onco during that tlmo. I havo a family 1912 at the Dr. C. Fowler farm sell oi(j nonio and Jriends. do, how organize nnd how maintain of ten children, all well and hearty, fur which, to a groat urant Metculf and Mr. Horace tho organization, to bo discussed by to the highest bidder: 10 1,000 extent, wo owo thunks to you and your' Golden Medical )!ssssssssssssssl pound cnttle, 3 good milch cows, 4 j aitiweii spent Sunday at High Miss Lois Willis, Miss Rubie Han-soDiscovery and ' Pellets,' which wo urn when tick." i Miss Julia Williams, Miss Isa Kooil calves, 50 good sheep, 4 brood Bridge. Dr. Pierce's Pleasant Pellets regulate and iavigorals) Frank MoMey, cashier of tho Floyd. bows, 1 sow and pigs, 1 pair work tiny granules. stomach, liver and bowels. C. W. PAWUY. Ex). bank, was brought homo on Somo of tho Practical Advantages mules, 1 extra buggy mare, 2 two- d horso wagons, 1 carnage, the train Monday sick, threatened of teaching Agriculture in tho 1 phaeton new, 1 I. II, C. hay baler, with typhoid fever, and is at the Schools. Mr. McMullin, Lansing 1 binder, 2 mowing machines, 3 hay homo of his parents out in the coun- Durham, J. E. Bennett, J. II. Wol-for- d try. MR. FARMER: Make vour home ns modem for vour family as a nice rakes, 2 wheat drills, 2 corn planters Dr. T. II. Singleton nnd wife went residence, and nhu-- vourcelf in u position to cet the latest market auotu-.tio- 1 disc harrow, 2 turning plows new, How Interest tho Pupil in Farm at anv time. Tbis can bo accomplished bv means of our telephone 1 laud roller, 2 cultivators and oth- down to Waynesburg; Monday night Woik nnd Farm Life. Miss Bertha neighbors can get for a sum that is small com- er things too numerous to mention. to visit his old home. service which vou and vour He returned Ends, Miss Etta Gifford, Herbert pared with the benefit received. Call or address our nearest office or Terms made known on day of on the fojlowing day. Reynolds. write direct to headauarters. Nashville. Tenn.. for information regarding sale. Sale begins promptly ut 0:30 Mr. Reuben Williams has returned Somo Available methods of teachour soecial,' "Furaers Line" rate. If you are not at present enioving tele-- i A. M, home from Wnynesburjr where he ing Domestic Sciense in the Publio wo run immpdiatelv interest vou. Our lines cover the States went to visit his sister. P. L. BECK Schools. Miss Mabel McClure, Miss tof Kentackv. Tennessee. Mississippi. Louisiana and the Southern portion J Col. J. P. Chandler, 'Auct. The box supper given by tho Mc- - Frances North, Miss Mnda Butler. CUMBERLAND TEL. & TEL. CO. and Illinois. oMndians - Although thnae mar dispute It nave not tried It, yet thousand others, who (peak from rraonal en nc, aaaert (hat la a ixrnmt cura for chronic tlitro cnnatlpatlon. Homo iney "1117centa, were cured for aa little aa fifty yeara aito. and that tlio trouble never came lclc on them, whllo olher admit they took aeveral liotllea before a steady euro waa brought about. The remedy referred to la rr. Cald. nvrup wen it naa been on the mark for oer of a rentury and haa been ropulnrlzcd on Ita merna, uy ono person telllnc another. The fact that Ita atroncrat auptortcrH are women and elderly peoplethe one moat persistently constipated make It certain that the claim revardlnic It aa a permanent cure for constlallun havo not been exasperated. It la not violent llko cathartic pill, alia or waters, but operates sently. aurtr ii where thev have been attending the fair. They report it line trip. Mrs. William Wudkins died at her home near Lancaster, Monday, after an illness of several weeks. She leaves a husband and five children, the youngest of which is only four days old. Deceased was about 411 years of age and is the daughter of Mr. George Aldridge, of this place. Mrs. W'udkius hud many ftiends here who will deeply deplore her death. I uneral services were conducted nt Lancaster, by Hew Tinder, Tuesday afternoon. Mr.- - Robert Spenkes had n valuable horse injured in a runawav and died in two days afterward. A vet erinary was "timmoned but nothiiu: was accomplished. Factories have FURNITURE and prices are We can give you low duced. prices on Furniture that will induce you to buy. Come to see us. cu Kinney graded school on last Saturday night was a success in every way. The boxes all sold high and the bidding was warm and the band gave us some excellent music, and nil had a good time. Quite a neat little sum was lealizcd. Mr. C. L. H vii ns, Tif Lexington, Field Secretary of the Young Peoples' Christian Kndcavor Society, visited the Christian church here on Monday night and reorganized the Young Peoples' Society. A food ciowd enme out to hear Mr. Evans and were all paid for their coming as .Mr. Evans is a splendid spenk-e- r and very interesting, they organized the society with a set of good officers that are real livo wire in the woilc and we predict for the society one of the brightest and best j eats of its life. This society is not a denominational affair but is for every one, big nnd little, old and young and we hope that all' the oung people will take an interest in it anil do lots of good for the town and surrounding community. The society will meet nt the Christian church on Sunday night at 0:30 o'clock with Arthur Brown as leader and thorc will b an interesting program arranged for the occasion. Hro. Gabbert will fill his regular appointment at the Christian church on Sunday morning and evening. Don't foiget the Literary meets every Friday night at 7:30 o'clock. There is always .a good time to be had at these meetings and some very interestini? de bates are arranged lor each mpet- ing. Everyone is extended a warm I invitation to come and take part in1 the meetings. Will Dayton, of Erlanger, visite.l ins niouier and inciuls here ... thi: Ul..1. i oi-- mime season win iikcs come back to his old home rea often but as he is very devoted to his mother we presume that k the occasion for his frequent visits to this place. We wonder an,l ngain we So-eic- tv faiisaaMMiPIPViliEBfaiiiiESL UBB'YV-SPXXAJ-aLBlRiaaJa- jnraaaaaaUaaaaaaaaaaaaaaJaW7:N?&--2- wfiMimmzmam rmsmwsrt&zimi JPaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaTJsSS buiHim!aMsiaHaitfMV aaaaaaar km Sure Safe Shootinrf for Man Boy And a Simple Rifle to Core For The Remington-UM- C .22 Repeater rifled, sighted and tested for accuracy by expert gunsmiths. It shoots as you hold. The simple, improved safety device on every Remington.' VMC .22 repeater never fails to work. Accidental discharge is impossible. The Remington-UM- C .22 Repeater Is easily cared for. In taking dovyn, your fingers are your only took The breech block, firing pin and extractor, come out one piece- - pennkting the barrel to be cleaned from the breech. The action handles 21 short, 22 long or 21 long rifle' cartridges any or all at the same time without adjustment. iiV '' Als - Splid-breeo- K Hammerless acsmststiitilMl lalaea CI It REPEATER. r f a KamlntHan.UMC- -1 parfact sfcaoHnt im 899 Broadway RemiBs'tofl Arms-Unio- n Metallic Cartridge Co. New York City 4 nv. - ,. JEXINGTON OCTO. 8 TO 19 THE WORLD'S GREATEST CONTESTS THE WORLD'S) BEST TRACK f :l W.A.Tribble Stanford. Kentucky. 85,OOoKfl n. ft fs Vooate p-l- To Think About Insurance o $21,000 $ 3,000 $ B.000 9 3,000 0,500 9 0,000 KENTUCKY T. H. B. ASSOCIATION THE KENTUCKY FUTURITY TUESDAY, OCT. 8 THE WALNUT HALL CUP WEliXISDAY, OCT. O -THE TIIAXSYLVAMA THURSDAY, OCT. 10 . MONDAY, OCT. 14 . THE CASTLETOX CUP . .MONDAY, OCT. 14 ClLMVIOXSHIP STALLION AVEDXESDAY, THE OCTOI1KH I'HIZE OCT. 10 A BIG STAKE EVERY DAY Weber's Prize Band of America OneFare-RAILRO- AD 1 Fare FISH & BROMLEY 1-- RAT ES-O- no WHITE FOH FitOGKAM WikTtJJKUES'S LAW. .... lf Wild-cherr- y u, W e W'ay-ncsbur- p; Sugar-cctte- two-seate- RURAL TELEPHONES. ns fMa'iasaaa 'VitiTasBBB ICNmH PENNY'S DRUG STORE BllHaaVim b?ai Qal Du rwi warn hi vjr irvrJ V7 Vv 2S& m.r.irri - mim 'I- asHWi iiimar iwii vmauk ' THE INTERIOR JOURNAL, 1TANFORS, KENTUCKY. FRIDAY. 8EPTEMIER M. . II2 men's dress shoes WHEN we say DRESS SHOES 1 The SHELTO.N Interior Journal 11. IRODHEAD R. A. SAUFLET -- Proprietor Elects Officers For Ensuing Year-L- ive Rockcastle News Brodhcad, Sept. 10. Brodhcad Chapter, Royal Art-I- t Maon, held its minimi elections of officers Monday with the following results: John RobbiiH, II. P., W. E. Gravely King, J. F. Watson, Scribe, Sylvan Hordes, C. of H., O. A. Frith, P. S., A. M. Ilititt, It. A. C, Ed Smith, M. 3rd V., W. IF. Anderson, M. i!nd. V., Julian V R. L. Smith Holder M. Tronx., II. L. Tharp, See'y, and It. S. Shivel. Sentinel. Mr. W. II. Baruc U very sick at the home of her parent, near YiNr HiMtt Nndt Painting Step off and take a look at your home, Doesn't It need painting? Now Is the time . to have it done. Paint before the winter rain and snow be gins to fly. Hanna's Creen Seal, the made to wear paints are the right kind to use. Formula with every can. For Sale by G. R. PRUITT. More-lan- d, Ky.. and L. L. SANDERS, Crab Orchard, Ky. Old ill Age Rut iVodern in Ways $1 A TEAR STRICTLY IN ADVANCE (tr- Kntrrid ( end elan malt tt pottofiei at Stanford nattir DEMOCRATIC TICKET rrtMtnt WOODKOW WII.SO.V for V. I'rtt TH09. H. MARSHALL For Vonrut HAKVEY HELM for L'.mttV. AttyE. V. 1UKYEAR Tor For Vtrtuit Tor for ilaftttraitW. llerkJ. P. IIULDAM lt, UaeitlnttM. M. riELD3 C. NKWLAND Tho FIRST NATIONAL BANK, of Stanford Is the oldest institution in this section of tho state, having been organized March 0, 1854. A bank to linvo stood the panics that have occurred in tho past 53 years must bo nil right. This bank today is stronrcr and better than it ever was. While old in age it is modern in methods. Our pnlrons, and they nre many, will testify to the fact that wc tako caro of them in n manner both plensing nnd satisfactory. Your patronage is respectfully asked. Remember our plcdgo of courteous treatment nnd honorable dealings. Our directory includes some of the most prominent business lucu and fin mors in (his section of lliu county. Try us. H. C. BAUGHMAN, Cashier J. S. HOCKER. Pres. W. W. SAUNDERS, Ind. S. T. HARRIS, Vico Pres.. J. R. HARRIS. Bookkeeper. Walkovers $3.50, $4 $5 and Nettleton for $5.50, $6 and $6.50. are showing W1 Fall Shoes in the all the leathers vicis, calf and patents. The calf has the call, because it gives better results. Button Shoes are still popular; of course, lace shoes are always good. Take our word, or if you prefer, the word of your neighbor, and you will find there is nothing quite so good as Walker and Nettleton shoes, for comfort, service and looks , we mean the Best Lookers, Best Feelers and the best quality Men's Shoes obtainable, and that naturfor ally means and Shoes, No annonnmnti the Democratic primary ill be miclf, unM paid for In advance! For Utrrtitntatttt. VIKOIL McilfLLI.V. I or ihtrif M. 8 1IAUUIIMAN II. W. OIVENS J. U. WEATHEHKOHD T. J. HILL For County luJgt T. A. KICK U. F. XUUTlt For Jayitr PEYTON PAItKISlI DEBOKDE UKOKOE DINK FAKMEK WILLIAM H. HESTEH W. A. UAUbON The niHrancf ! In thli column are of cindidatti for olcf, mlijwt to Ih tcllon of Political Announcements I lee Lick. Jlrs. Beltic Tharp returned home after spending two weeks with relative mid fiiendt in Corbin and Wilton. For Aitttisr V. h. HECK 8. M. OWENS Jl. H. BRONAUOB 1. O. SANDIDQE J. II. BOONE W. T. GARNER LAFE MORGAN Mr. md Mrs. J, II. I.ikins, ami Master Ray Coiburu, returned to their home in Cnneyvillc, nftcr -- pi'inlini; a lew days with Prof, and Mr?. T. II. Likins. Jacob Elder bought a limine and lot from P. A. Shelton, on Maple avenue, consideration $575. John C Moore, of Chicago, 111.. ith his brother Jamei W. Moore, of near this place. Mr. Moore is a prominent physician of the Windy i- TYPHOID EPIDEMIC Makes Its Dread Appearance In The .Waynesburg Section Sept. 19. A mild epidemic- of tpyhoid fever appears to hae struck this prosperous and happy little community. Several of tlio best known families in this part of the county have cases of this dicad maladv in their midst. Mr. Mohley, cashier of Wayncsburg Deposit Bank, has tjphoid fever at the home of his father, at McKinney. Mr. Gadberry is working in the bank during Mr. Moblej's illness. Mr. A. J. Johnson is sick and W. D. ilays is carrying the mail in his stead. Ifft.nnn Wlinrilnn rn3 cnllnl to the bedside of his father, Mr. Chas. Wheeldon, who has tvphoid fever. I Mr. and Mrs. Urban Singleton nTc on the sick lit. Oris, the little son of I. C. lifij typhoid fever. t Prof. Cyrus Johnson and little son, Howard, arc on the sick list. Rev. C. T. Claunch tilled his reg ular appointment here Saturday and' SiiKilnv. Up will bp"in a series of meetings at this place Sunday, Sept. 22. Rev. Will Ball, of Missouri, will assist in the meeting. The ice cream supper given by the graded school Friday night well attended and n neat little sum' of $12 was realized, which will bo1 used to help buy an organ for the I school. Miss Julia Record won a ring ns( first prize and Miss Ella Leach anj umbielln ns second, for the prettiest! girls. John Burleson won n nice tie for the best looking boy nnd E. G, Gilliland won a pipe and n sack of tobacco for the ugliest man. Misses Nettie and Laura Johnson, of King's Mountain, isited their brothers, Messrs. A. J. nnd Cyrus Johnson and attended church Satin day and Sunday. Mis.e Fay and Florence Acton and Messrs. Call Acton and Bryan Gnstiiicnu. of Lanacstcr, were the guests ot their cousin, .Miss An in Leach and ntt tided the up cream supper Friday night. Mrs. Nannie Linton, of Missouri, is visiting her mother, Mrs. M. A. Smith. Air. It. Curtis is spending his va cation with ins sister, Mrs. James Mos at West ISiftmli. Mich. Mr. Alice Gooch visited relatives in uanville last week. Mrs. Millard Padgett and Mrs. Elizabeth Moignn, of Dixon. Teun., nre visiting relatives here. Dr. and Mrs. T. II. Singleton, of McKinney, wcie here Monday. Waynesburg, Ky., s SCHOOL Headquarters for Tablets, Pencils and Ink City. William C. Lone P. A. Shelton has moved his family to Williamsburg, Mr. Shelton is foiemnn of a railroad crew, and iroved his family close to his work. We regret to Ioo this estimable family. Mis Claudia Dotson, the Mt. Vernon lmisie wai the guest of We Miss Clyde Watson Monday. learn that Miss Dotson will give muic to a class if some eight or ten pupils here. Mr. and Mrs. F. L. Durham, and little son. Austin Sparks, of Mt. Vernon. Cashier and Mrs. A. M. lliatt, Mr. and Mrs. John Robbins nml little daughter Mildred, spent a ery pleasant day with Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Smith of the Hintt section Sunday. Miss Myrtle Owens spent from Wednesday until Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. John Riddle, of Walnut Groe, George Jnrrett, of Aztec, New Mexico, is with his grand-fathe- r, J. H. Jarrctt. Rev. A. J. Pike is attending the debate near Science Hill, between Rev. Holt a Baptist and Rev. W. G. Roberts of the Church of Christ. The debato will lust some thrco or four days. The contest at A. E. Albright's store eery Saturday is drawing laige crowds. He gives away each Saturday a nice dinner set, and we judge the crowd will number 150 that regularly attends. Wallace Haggard and Joe Carter spent Sunday afternoon the guest of R. L. Smith. Paint Lick Woods visited her aunts, Mrs. II. L. Wallace and Mrs. ery Sue Wallace, who hae been sick for the Inst thitc weeks. Mrs. Ben Lear and daughter, Miss Alma, have gone to Battle Creek, Mich., to recuperate. ard, of Harlan, Mr. and Mrs. hno been visiting the family of Miss Minnie Mike Noe. I, I, SA1ERS, Crab Orchard, Ky. The American Federation of Labor condemns President Taft in severe tprms ns nn enemy of lnbor. It is unsparing in its cntichin of the Republican party and President Tnft and is neutral as between Col. Roosevelt and Gov. Wilson, declaring that both Rooseclt and Wilson are outspoken in favor of the reforms which labor seeks to have enacted into law. LINCOLN COUNTY TEACHERS The For List of Those Employed Present School Year In Graded Schools Just for the Gentler Sex Timely talk on seasonable toilet goods is not amiss. Our stock comprises all the needed and desired toilet helpsthe necesssities and the luxuries. We sell every known toilet preparation for woman, miss, child, infant powders, creams, toilet waters, bath goods and sachets. Of perfumes we have a particularly excellent line: all the newest floral odors and combinations, as well as the old favorite real flower odors. For the newest and best of any toilet article or perfume, come here first you won't waste time. bad been bothered with kidney tronbla for and yellow corn, so you enn have We, whose names are signed be A. M, me.U In two yean tarn "I tried three different Lincoln Lo4t Ko. 60, T Lost. Two calves, weighing about your eyes turned in that direction. low, positively forbid nnv hunting communication on each ftrit and third Itlr.di of kidney pllli but with no relief. My 350 pounds apiece; laud Jersey colored, Will publish the piemium list soon or fishing upon our premises: o'clock in neighbor told me to ni Foley Kidney rill a, " Itoafer nlfhtl 0 I W. F. Semonis. Win. J. Beck. Fred Stanford. Kj. I took thru bottle! of them, and got a per- one dehorned; brand on right hip of and name the time. With the very M JM thai ban O. Baumann, Chas alatw lodflM IraiarsaHr iarlUd to bo manent core. X recommend them to aiery-body,- " each. Reward for return to E. T. best wishes, votir truly, btnte Bank VonGrucnigan. fetrf 73-2- p i U Trust fo. Pence. Bhujari and Tanner. T. Willson, Ed Goocli. m jg. U.-- S.' trNML S. O. CarrtMM-- Prof. G. Kemper, Stanford. Claudia Eaton, Stanford. Ruth Darnell, Stanford. Margaret Hopper, Stanford. Martha IlommcU, Stanford. Lena Palmer, Stanford. Jennie Kewland, Stanford. Mrs. H. D. Phillips. Stanford. Annie McKinney, Stanford. Prof. G. E. Everett, Crab Orchard Sallie McWhorter, Crab Orchard. Mnry Collins, Crab Orchard. STANFORD, KENTUCKY Lottie Collins, Crab Orchard. Miss Stater, Crab Orchard. Prof. Elmer Gilliland, Crab Orchard. Roscoe Wliccldon, Crab Orchard. Prof. Victor Gilliland, Crab Orchard Maud Brown, Crab Orchard. Prof. S. S. Robinson, Hustonville. Lois Willis, Hustonville. Mamie Yancey, Hustonville. Kate Bogle, Hustonville. Lelie Ellis, Hustonville. Prof. Horace Caldwell, McKinney. Mada Butler. McKinney. In Rural Schools J. T. Roberts, Hubble. John Eva Hilton, Stanford. Bettie Peak, Stanford. Eugenia Hubble. McKinney. Lois Hubble, Eubanks. Harvey Hopkins, Stanford. Sarah Howard, Stanford. Marv M. Mathenv, Stanford. Dollie McBce, Sianford. Mary Wilson, Stanford. Mrs. J. E. Gooch, Stanford. Annie Holtzclaw, Stanford. Ethel Smith, Lancaster. J. P. Mills. Stanford. Eva Merryman, Stanford. Henrietta Bailey. Crab Orchard. Mrs. C. L. Gooch, Crab Orchard. Willie Moore, Stanford. Mr. Lucy Knuckles, Grnb Orchard. w wmmmm wmmm mmW E. O. Gooch. Crab Orchard. M. M. Thompson, Crab Orchard. Jns. A. IIas, Crab Orchard. Ethel Wilson, Crab Orchard. Took D. Lay, Wayncsburg. V. T. White, Wayncsburg. Curtis WiUon, Crab Orchard. Nettie Bogie, Crab Orchard. Lloyd Martin, Crab Orchard. M. P. Shadoan, Waynesburg. following bargains to offer, if Bold within the We have tlie Jennio Robinson, Wayncsburg. next 30 days: Cyrus Johnson, Waynesburg. Overland, Model GO, fully equipped, used a short while as a deClaiepee Giiflin, Waynesburg. monstrator. Cannot be told from a new car, $1,100. Lydia McKee, King's Mountain. Overland, Model 01, fully equipped, same as new $1,400. Efllo Young, Waynesburg. six cylinder, 4Bhorse power fully equipped $050, Overland, Grace Young, Waynesburg. Stearns, 7 passeneer, new body, new top and windshield, extra V. T. Mullins. Waynesburg. casing $700. Zora Baugh, Waynesburg. Mitchell, Model K 30 horse power, 5 passenger, fullv equipped Albert II. Long, King's Mountain. and new tires in rear $500. Laura Johnson, King's Mountain. Overland, Model 41, 40 horse power, newly painted, new top,' Frank Hays, Waynesburg. with full equipment $000 Ira Roberts, Waynesburg. Hupmobile, delivery truck, 800 lb capacity, just the thine for Elizabeth Lay, Waynesburg. RTOcerymen, $500. I.ela Gooch, Wayncsburg. We are constantly taking second hand cars in trade for new Mrs. S. A. Montgomery, McKinney. cars. Let us have your wants. Our 1913 line of new cars will J. E Bennett, Waynesburg. be ready to demonstrate, by August 20th. Lansing Lnnhnm, Arabia. Etta Clifford, Yosemite. Isa Floyd, Hustonville. Frances North, Hustonvile. Bertha Eads, Hustonville. C. L. Gooch, Morelnnd. FOR THE JUNGCLAS AUTOMOBILE CO.. CINCINNATI. 0. Ruby Hanson, Morcland. J. II. Wolford, Morcland. Mabel McClure, Moreland. Ifetbert Reynolds. McKinney. RoUrt W. JItrtcr, Lawrcnccrlllc Mo., who Julia Williams, McKinney. MaiMC1 Meeting Prof. J. W. Ireland, Stanford. n H. J. McROBERTS The Farmer's Friends Superior and Peoria GrairfDrills Call and see the new stock At PENNY'S, The Rexall Store. W.RHiggins Stanford, Ky. j Automobiles Mrs. Jim Ramsey, of Lancaster, has been visiting her hi other, Joe McCormack of this place. Our bcuoui building Js uuuut in'iuv for the roof. Dr. W. L. Carman has been called to Washington Court House, Ohio, to sco his sister, who is critically ill. John Terry has sold his form of 00 acres to Jim Guyn for $50 an acie. Mr. Terry and family will ujoe to Richmond to leside. Garrard county, with its road machinery is reconstructing the RiehrrAJiid and Lancaster turnpike which is eiy much needed. Theie l:ns been a mile or two completed. John Pnrkes, Joe Deatheiage and some otheis fiom Madison county attended the sale of W. S. Walker Tuesday. The farm was not sold; bidding closed at 100 nn acre. Tobacco men nre about done cut ting the weed, which promises to be a big yield and good quality. Corn rutting and eed sowing are the ne.t things in order. Dandruff Scalp Itch Vanishes Parisian Sage will qaickly end all hair and scalp troubles and make your hair so silky, luxuriant and lustrous thnt all will admire it. Banishes scalp itch overnight. It cleans up d nnd ruff in short order nnd kills dandruff geims. After tlio first bottle your hnir will be lustrous nnd full of life. Be sure and get Parisian Sngc. ton. It is not a dye but a clean, refreshing, invigorating tonic, that prescn'es the color. At dealeis Large bottle 50 cents. Sold by G. L. Penny on monoy back plan. To The Farmers or Lincoln County We will have our annual corn show bomo time in November nnd will offer some inco premiums on both white for Boys and Girls. Parents, it will pay to look at our line before baying. We have been selling shoes for 35 years. Why not profit by our experience? School Shoes Read the circus to be a great big edly draw a ad of the great Haag here on the 2Sth. It's how and will undoubt big ciowd. HAPPY WOMEN Plenty of Them In Stanford, Good Reason For It. and Wouldn't any woman be happy, After jeaia of backache Days of misciy, nights of unrest, The distress of urinary troubles, When bhc finds freedom? Many readers will profit by the following. W. E. PERKINS Crab Orchard, Ky Falling Hair JNO. 0. REID, Sales Agent, Mis. Nancy A. Logan, E. Main Stanford, Ky., says: "I scarcely know what to say to express by gratitude to Doan's Kidney Pills for tho great good they have done me. My back had about given out and pained mo severely at times. I was weak and lame and I kuew that my kidneys wcro disordered ns the secretions were unnatural. I learned of Doan's Kidney Pills nnd procured a supply at Shugars & Tanner's Drug Store. This remedy entirely relieved mo and restored my kidneys to a normal condition." For snlo by all dealers. Price 50 Co., Buffalo, cents. Foster-Milbur- n N. Y., solo agents for tlio United States. Remember tho name Doan's anj tak no other. Sheet, We have just re- famous May ceived our Fall shoes in Patents, Vicis, Velvets, Gun Metals Etc. We handle the Man-to- n line. You will find no better in quality and style at right prices. W J? ) Posted Hunting Forbidden. ' Hughes, Martin & Co. Stanford. Ky. d . &fmjLymr,mtf.rmi't'm i Jft U, i. fJAtiw IfcfcJhL... yiii mmmt n injiw Mrf.iKIIlilli.fi(.,rflw THE INTERIOR JOURNAL, tTAWFOBD. KENTUCKY FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 2t. HI2 N in plain and stripes at any price you want to pay, from ORFOLK SWEATERS For Ladies and Children YOUR COMFORTS NOW ! MAKE We have a big line of Silkoline, Satteens and Cretonnes for making See the snow white Victoria Batts at 25c. Batting at $1.00 to $5.00 Tkese are seisible, serviceable and fashionable for early fall wear lOc, 17c, 20c and 25c. Germantown Yarn for tacking, in all colors Stanford, Personal and Social. in Will Kevernnrc ttcnt Tlnir-dn- y Cincinnati Imijiiir morn full (otitic. Knthcrino Hnrri, is attend-hij- r Mi tnlioul nt Milleiluio; thi ycnr. MUt Mnry Kcndnek Duddcrnr . continuum cry ill with Kcnrlct feu-r.Mrs. Tims. 0ik, o Hull's ln, in reported iinpi ovint; after n long illness. S. (Jrinstrnd, of Loudon, Jtev. is tiixiiiliiit; n'MTiil iliiya this week with his daughters here. on Miss Klizithetlt llireins le Thtuxlny murium; for Xnfdivillc to xifcitinj; in lIiitonville, has rctiinied home. Mrs. .liilin Doiislnc. of Louisville, Air. Mack Mobley, of McKinney, was hero on business Wednesday. Mnyor A. II. Florence spent Thursday in Louisville. Mr. Marv Stiniib has retmncd alter a viit to her brother, Mr. It. KnifT, nt Juiirtion City. Mri. .1. H. Wouer has returned from Lebanon Junction, where she Mrs. ban been visiting her dames Meislnni. Mrs. Kittic Haley nnd children, of are hero with Lebanon Junction, her sister, Mrs. Dink Farmer, who continues tpiitc ill. Mr. and Mrs. It. S. Scudder, It. II, Metcalf, Mr. nnd Mrs. Harry of McKinney were here Thnr-d.isi-lJn-co- b, y. v, SEVERANCE Short Local News. Oct the best life insurance policy & siKii 70-'- .! SON Elixir Springs For Sale. Kentucky. Sue Bennett Memorial School Admittedly one of the VERY BEST Schools In the Stat. FIVE SCHOOLS IN 0Nt,-HI- GH SCHOOL. NORMAL C3H00L GRADED SCHOOL, SCHOOL OF MUSIC, COMMERCIAL SCHOOL Let bond. 70-'-- '. Fish pale & Ilmiiilcy vour from Fi-- h & Irnley. For Sale. House nnd lot in Moreland; all necessary otitbuildinps plnco well wateied, cistern nt door. p Mrs. Addie Jenniii(;s,Morclnnil. 7o-8- soreness of the muscles sprains nnd rheumntic pnins, you should never wish to be without it. For tnlc by 0. L. l'fiiny. If nu know of tho rcnl vnlne of Cbnmborlnin's Liniment for lnme back nttcml WiitiI'h MUs Lottie Seminary this year. , personal reasons, I Owing to ,nni I feet of second 8, 10 nnd 12 feet lonjr. have decided to sell privately the tamoiis Llitir Springs, the lmest Joe Wiclnnd, Wnyncsburjr, Ky 73-health resort ii thu state, and which is well known to evcrjonu m this You want the best policy when part of the country. The hotel See Fish & Bromley, building has ahout .! rooms, von insure. v Stanford. Ky. Insure everything ciitiippcd with steam heat, ucetjlenc luhls, b.ithmg arrangc-aient- s. For Snlc lthodc Islnnl lied hens There are 0(1 acres in the nt 73c nnd 50c; nlso White Guinens tiact with good tenant house therent .fl npicee. One good bone cutter on. Wu have had a stilcutlid and nnd one vecetnblc cutter nt $3. Mrs. prutitablc season, nnd this is an opW. J. IMinioton, Crnb Orchnrd. 748 portunity for s(line one to obtain a clns lwxinf, Fr 1 nj 4 p. J. C.LEWIS, Principal, London, Ky. tnod-einl- who 1ms been Mr. M. II. .Moore, of Lincoln couii-twas the piest 0I" his brother, J. attended the fnneiat of her aunt, S. Moore, and niece Mi-- n Terah Moore, Tuesday. - Danville Advocnte. Mri. Jtnine WoTthnin. Mrs. Fdpir It nobis and chilMrs. .lessc Tralor anil daughter, g dren. Call and Sara, hnve Tcturned Sum, of I'uri, who hne been were friends and relatives here, re- fiom Louisville, where they relu-tiv- e. visitini; Mrs. Iliinii nnd other homo Wednesday. turned The Warren Urig&by chapter, U. Mrs. J. W. Ireland entertained 1). C. will imt with Mr. Mnry S. honTuesday iitleriu.oii at imil dchsjht fully this week in Unroll nett or f her t'liest, Miss Uromley. Her three o'cloek. honii' wns charmingly arranged and Mr. and Mrs. Functus Hcid nnd deeornted nnd npiwtiriiur refreshwho hao been oiwndiix; the ments were served. family, oumiuer nt tlicir lwnio near town, have ieturned to Danville for the Mrs. J. C. Hays Entertains winter. For Mrs. Oqilvie. of Princeton Mr. mid Mrs. It. M. Tate, Mr. Mar-BiirMi-- s Mrs. J. C. Hays delightfully enF.muiet McCoTmack and MeCormnek, of llustonville, tertained nbout thrrty of her friends have been K"11"11 o friends in Dan-vill- on Tuesday afternoon in honor of her niece, Mrs. WooiU Ogilvie, of Upon nrrivnl, the Dr. It. L. Davison is kick from Princeton, Ky. refreshing punch fcouthern li.vrt of the county, guests were served the pftr which i" by Mr?.MIaja Fuster. ho nun Iwh jirncJicjn;; where they met in the parlor where nil jirofe'sion for miuic weeks. laughed and talked until the hour Dr. nnd Mrs. .1. C. H. Foster nnd Delicious ices were iK part arc. K. Cull, of Mimicry, Off. for Mrs. Lirtie week to served by the hosle-- s. en county, will arrive next Tho-present were Mr". Woods he the khc.U of Mr. and Mr- -. M. H. OjiiIvio, of Princeton, Ky., Mrs. J. 11. Snlin. ot Foster. Mrs. C. Huvs Foster. Mis. Mi-- s Antoinettu (inn-ten- d, Hugh Hon!. .Mrs. J. O. Held. Mrs. J. who has been vimIiiij: her London, llarn-- , and N. Saunders. Mrs. Frank Walton, of JleMlames J. II. Cincinnati, Miss Lottie Helm, Mrs. J. V. Urjiint here, leftt Wednesday- J. S. Hicc, Mrs. (J. (J. lVrry. Mrs. for Ashland to viit Mrs. W. L. Uy- C. K. Tate. Mrs. J. II. Banghman, of Mrs. Mrs. J. S. B.iughmnu, Miss Florence lh Alitv Tiekett. this city who Tnichart, Miss Mattie I'nMon. Miss William Severance, of liYtlie l'ailiin. Miss Annie MoKin-nelinn b en connected with n prominent Miss Mary llruco, Mrs. Walter luxpittil at Marion. Va., has left ().' Walker. Mrs. P. M. Mcltidierts, the place of Hei-den- Mrs. Will thern to nccnit A. Tribble, Mrs. Will l'hy-ieiof a larsre BirU H. Mi- -S mute a Orimes, Mrs. J. Mi-s- . Paxton, Mr. A. hehiwl nt Columbus W. S. Kinbrv, II. Severance, nice promotion. Mis. .1. W. Ireland, Miss Bnimficld, Kn-iand Mrs. Caswell Snulley of Louisville. Mrs. Ltlia Cook, Mrs next week tor a vi-- it Mnry Burch, are Mpei-teMr. H. J. Brown. to his mother, M- r- Sallie Sautlev. He ha- - a and other relatives here. bushels extra For Sale 175 fnrlouuh fiom his warship tor nbout his wife at clean winter tuif oats; also sumo 11 month nnd is now with .7. M. Itovnnids, the home of her parents, .luttee nnd lino seed wheat. Wnvnosburg. Ky. . H. C. O'Kenr at Frankfort. Mrs-iMt-iiict e. er v. C an an 70-3- Soon be time to Mart your fire. TLc Indies nrc invited to attend Are you fully insured? Better -- ce "(i-'- J my opening Friday 20th. Mrs.J. C. Fish A: Uromley nnd be safe. 75-Ljnn. is culled to the Your nttention Masonic lodge will Tho Danville display of pattern ImU. Friday, degiee for 75-ecmplify the Master' 'JOtli. Mrs. J. C. Lvnn. Lincoln "lod,;c on Friday ni'dit, Sept. For innd burvejink call on M. C. Newland, Itoute 1, Scnnftrd.'Ky., or ZEM0 FOR DANDRUFF phone him nt 30 W. Ciab Orchard. 1. 1. 75-St-- magnificent biisincs that ean be found on the market. Elixir Spiiuus is located in Casey couiitv, (1 miles fiom McKinney on the Q. & C, railroad. Anjoue to look at the property will bo met with ciimevuure at McKinney mid shown the place m detail. sel-'Id- in Ad-tlres "LOOK" Fall Is Coming ! and your low shoes are now about worn out. Come in and let us show you the new Tan, Drop Toe, English Last. It will please you. We also have the new Glazed Calf, Patent and Gun Metals. Fall line now complete in lasts Come and look 'em h R. M. Houchin. F Elixir Springs, Ky. i u '.it i Itcv. Jos. Ballon will prcnelt nt Logan's Creek Sunday morning nt 11 o'clock. Orchestra will give u dance at Opera Houe Thursday night, Sept. 20th. The Stanford The 25th of September is the last tiny for filing nil claims against the county except turnpike claims, u. County B. Cooper, Clerk Lincoln Court. You Will Be Surprised to See How Quickly it Disappears. dirty coats dandruff No moro head. Zcmo stops dandruff. Apply it any time with tips of fingers. No binell, no smear, Zenio sinks into the pores, makes tho scalp healthy, makes the hnir fine nnd glossy. For any skin affliction, itch, dandruff, eozerao, pimples, blotches, try Zemo nt out risk. Zemo is prepared by E. W. Hose Medicine Co., St. Louis Mo., nnd is sold in Stnnford by Penny's Drug Store. PUBLIC SALE I will on Friday, Sept 27, 1912, my home on the llustonville pike, one mile from Stnnford, &ell to the highest nnd best bidder the following at r; property, to-w- I'strny ficJd same after paying for keep this ndv. J. A. Cnrtcr, It. F. I'lroiie 53-- H eow has been in my corn Ownar can get two srecks. and D. 1. 75-2- p. Green Keller Dead. Green It. Keller, one of the best known newspaper men and politiA WARNING night Sept. 2Gth cians in the state, died nt his home On Tltur-da- y thcie will be an ice crenm supper in Carlisle Wednesday evening. He given at Hiinn and Coffev'- - Hall, was editor of the Carlisle Mercury Some Interesting for tho benefit oT New Christum and was the democratic reueen-tativ- e 4t Mr. S. J. Tntem, the Crab Orch nrd milliner hns gone to Louisville to buy her fall nnd winter hats. She will have a beautiful diplnv tin season nnd invite nil tho Indies to , come mill sec them. Reduced Rates to Lexinqton Southern railway, account rnce meeting, Kentucky trotting, horse Tickets on breedi'i' association. Final limit Oct. sale Oct. 20lh. Call on local agent for furJ. C. Ileum, A. ther information. (!. P. A., St. Louis, Mo. (ith-1'Jt- h. from a pitchfork to a hay baler, wagons, cultivators, nil necessary implements for a 500 acre faun. 2 colts, 20 head of 13 mules, horse stock, consisting of farm mares, 10 cows and calves, 30 stock hogs, 3 or 4 good second hand vehicles, 1 cart, 3 ricks of stmw, 75 acies of growing corn fodder will nlso be sold; many other things not mentioned will be included in the sale. Ihis will b an all day sale with dinner on the ground. Terms made known on day of sale. 7o-James Messer implements TO MANY rurm I and sizes. over. VI a. . Sam Robinson Stanford, Kentucky ! Facts. Regarding church at Moreland. Services at I'leshvtcrian church Sunday, Sept. 22, Bible school nt Morning service 11 o'clock, 0:110. subject: "A Boys Lunch and Whnt Came of It.'' Young Peoples' meeting at 7 1'. M. Kvening pervicc at 7:30. Subject: "Tho Charm of Paul's Tue J. has seen jet were brought to its lfilt"t liciiliibei that (lie I. Dr. Hartman Answers Questions About The Revised Pe-ru-- na i ill imi 'iwb M I. B. irtib tag the sale ot Pe-ru-- HARTMAN. M. D. la rMpome to greit many queries I to mftlce publlo ctatement ooncern. a. thU If the change In the formula ot a. much No, we are not telling m we uied to. The reaion (or u The patent medicine boilneia la very peculiar and particular. A peraon who baa been In the habit ot taking patent medicine will notice Tory quickly tbo lightest alteration in color, taite or Sect. It doea not Jook aa It uied to, or tho Bill aa it Uied to, or have exactly not aae taato aa it uced to. It doea as t eel exactly the fame in the stomach kefore, Tho medicine wili be promptly returned to the drug store and a new bottle demanded. All thla I knew before I changed the which I did alx formula ot a, years ago. but tllj not reMlia tho difficulty of overcoming the people's no tions on this nubject. I tnmlo a cliango in the formula of Quite a radical chance. A change that nltcred tho color and the taste and somewhat tho medicinal effect 1 did this believing It was of tho best thing to do under the circumstances. Immediately the change appeared, tho people began to complain of They generally thought the druggist was to blame, that their bot- hod been tampered tle of with. This made bad feelings between and the drugthe users of gists. Tho drugglBts in some cases became irritated and angered and made complaint to tho wholesalers and manufacturers. Thus the trade was temporarily In on uproar. After a year of explanation the trade qulctod down and the now took its place In the drug stores as a popular household remedy. And yet It has not attained the popularity that had. Changing the the other was equivalent to formula of Introducing a new medicine into tho drug trade, an extremely difficult s. thing to do as it Is mado today Is a very excellent remedy for catarrh and general catarrhal ailments. It is for sale in all drug atores and has slight laxattvo effect, yery much needed in theio days. It seemed to me "that it was In many ways a better remedy than before. Tct in spite of all explanations there Is a considerable deas it used mand for the old to be made. I have authorlied the formation of a company to manufacture It. under tho The trade name of Co. is located In Columbus, Ohio, and stands ready to aupply the trade e formula ot with the under the name of Bend for free booklet. Address a. a. Te-ru-Te-ru-I'e-ru-Pe-ru-Pe-ru-Pe-ru-now-a-dayPe-ru-o. Ka-tar-- no old-timPe-ru-o. Ka-tar-- no tilllce this week by .Mrs. S. K. Untitle r.ir. She brought in three thnt aiV whoppers with a big W. The largest is 10 inches in length a.id weighs pounds. Theie is ono an inch longer but it is lighter and tip the beam nt only 3- -1 pounds. The thiid is just a trille smaller. 1 1- -1 location. For fuithcr particulars seo Hughes & McCnrty, Stanfoid, ivy- - For Snle. A desirable residence with store room nnd nil necessary improvements, near depot. Good Why nro Sue Bennett MemorinI school graduates always successful? well ns ability. STiTi or Ohio Because they ncqurred character ns CG-1- 0. Cm tir Toirno. i ( Lucai Coivtl. J. Cliivtl duIm uilli Hit t hr tralor F rartnrr ol tbr nrrn ct t. J. I'urvir it Co. dome biulnrra la the City o( Toledo. County atul state H.irrtaU. and that nil Ortn Mil iu tht turn ut dm; Hl'Milttli DULUVIts tor rath and rtrr? raap ot C'ataiioi that cannut tw cuml by Ibe Use ol JUIL'I CATABHII It BE. rn-vvi ciicney Sworn to brtor mf and aubarribcd In my irrKnre. Ibia (tb day el December, A. It , Its, i 1 Health Statistics from the Nicholas and of district in the last Few people realize to whnt extent the (iftieral Assembly. Ho was a their health depends upon the conprominent member of Morgan's dition of the kidneys. in the Confederate aimy and The physician iu nearly nil cases promoted the famous icunions at of serious illness, makes a chemical Parks Hill. analysis of the patient's urine. He knows thnt unless the kidneys are Meiubeis ol the Long Ittin Bap- doing their work properly, the other tist Association, the oldest in Ken- organs cannot bo brought back to tucky, voted to admit women to health and strength. mepiliorship "'I pt"nl tonus: uith tlin When Ihe kidneys lire ncgiecleu men. Assistant Moderator W. E. or abused in any way, serious reLandrum denounced some of the sults are sure to follow. According piesent. day church music as "hap-tue- d to health statistics, Bright's disease jigs." which is really an advanced form of kidney trouble, caused nearly ten PARTY THE TKOClllEShlVE" deaths in 1910, in the la the Individual, man or woman, who uiet thousand ioky Kidney Pilla (or lacLache, rheumatiim, state of New York nlonc. Thereweak liaclc, and other kidney and bladder Ir fore. ;t behooves us to pay more ntFoley Kidney Pilla are heal recuhritie. In;, ttrcnttheninc, tonic and quick to tention to tho health of these most N perietal reiulls Contain no harmful important organs. draft. Nrver tuM In bull. Put up in two sum In tealttl botllea. Ihe genuine In a An ideal compound thnt has had bhugan and Tanner. i lion package, remarkable success ns a kidney icinedy is Dr. Kilmer's Swnmp-Itoo- t Judqe Carroll's Law Library Burns the gient kidney, liver and bladder 1 remedy. New Cnstle was visited by n fno in which the law offices of Tho mild and healing influence of Appellate Judge John D. Carroll and this preparation is soon realized. It Commonwealth's Attorney Sanfoid stands the highest for its remarkaweie burned. The chief loss was on ble recoid of cures. Judge Cunoll's law libiary, valued If yon feel thnt your kidneys reat $7,001). quire attention, and wish n sample bottle, writo to Dr. Kilmer & Co., Uinghnmton, N. Y. Mention this paper and they will gladly forward it to you absolutely free, by mail. Swamp-Rois sold by every druggists in bottles of two sies 50c and $1. ltob-oitstin icg-itne- nt $10,-00(- School Opens Monday And our School Shoes have just been opened and are ready for your inspection. Keep the children's feet dry with Cummins & Wearen's Special Shoes and you'll save doctors' bills. HaUi Catarrh Cure U taken Internally and arti directly upoo the blood and mucuua lurlacea ol tbo ttltero. bend fur testimonial, tree. t J.CIIL.SLV 4 CO. Toledo, O Sold br all Prunuta. ;te. Jake llali a I auilv lilu toe eooitlpatioo. ?!. i A. W. OLCVSOV, KotiST muc Hah Falling? ot Co., Columbus, Ohio, A TEXAS WONDER. The Texas Wonder cures kidney and bladder troubles, removing gravel, cures diuLctcs, weak nnd lamo backs, rheumatism, nnd nil irregularities of tho kidneys and bladder Regulates in both men nnd women. bladder troubles in hildrcn. If not sold by your druggist, will be sent by mail ou receipt of $1: One small bottlo is two months' treatment, and seldom fails to perfect n cure. Send (or testimonials from Kentucky and other states. Dr. E. W. Hall, 202(1 Olive street, St. Louis, Mo., Sold by Shugars and Tanner. You certainly cannot lose your hair and keep it, too--, Don't Fall Which shall it be? Lose? Then do nothing. Keep? The new moving picture Then use Ayer'sHair Vigor. show will open at the GEM That is about all there is to Theater, Thursday evening, it. Ayers Hair Vigor is also Sept. 17, at 7:30 o'clock. g a splendid and The best show in this part c It keeps the hair of the country. An - educa soft and smooth and greatly tion and a fine amusement promotes its growth. It does Change of pictures every not color the hair. Consult day. 3,000 feet of beautiful your doctor freely. Doctors pictures for 10c. MovingTictiire Sliow i hair-dressin- hair-toni- (UMMINS jfr WEAREN M. All Wool Clothes - Stanford, Kentucky Home of H. S. & are studying these hair questions much more than in former days. at aila y th J. O. AT CO.. 2 Two Shows Eack Night taw.ll. ataaa. I 7:30 to 9:30 , i ii ataiai.i aatMMhtfM Ml lllln. ireavBi fwfrr - w if THE 1HTEBHW JtUEWAL, STAWFOW. KENTUCKY. MCKCASTLE PEOPLE TO VOTE ON FRIDAY. IEPTEMIER M. 1112 Rowland ing Mrs. C. A. Moore Sunday. nnd his every audience grows largCharley ltussell and wife were er with every listener interested. It Mrs. Jess Price is visiting friends visiting Steve Ilusscll Sunday. will be rcmembcied Itcv. 'English in Danville. Ed Coffman gave an ice cream rnrricd on n meeting nt Mrs. Mary Camden lias returned $INJM lend Issue to be Voted on supper Saturday night which wan Beech Grove, resulting in twenty-on- e home from Louisvillo and IndianaStremi Resolutions Adopted well attended. additions by baptism and a polis, Iiul. At Mass Meeting Miss Pauline, nnd her mother Mrs. number otherwise, the last of August Mrs. S. It. Martin, of Danville, Mt. Vernon, Sept. 12. The peo- was hero a couplo of days first of L. It. Taylor spent a very pleasant Good is as necessary ple of Hockcastlo nre cnthusinstio the week. Lcawng for Livingston, evening nt Mrs. Steve Russell's Moreland. as food. is , Sunday. over the turnpike bond issuo to be accompanied by her mother. We hnd a fine rain Sundav. The patrons of Bowcn school nre It is proposed to nt Mrs. Sam Cordicr nnd Miss Myrvoted there. Good The lie a church is moving ulontr to . good first issue bonds U nmotmt of $100,-00- 0 tle Suutherlaiid, of Lebanon Junc- well pleased with tho now tTustcc. James Daughcrty left Sunday for nicely with Mr. George Iluiin, genood good aro absofrom Lincoln tion, have been the guests of Mrs. 1). build one lino eral manager. Mr. 11mm means to Covington. county line from n point near Gum P. Martin. necessary to sorvico lastGeorgo Coffey is still n sufferer push ecrything to tho front. Mrs. S. E. Carter and son George Sulphur to the Laurel county line nt Mr. G. B. Piuitt is bui'dhig n new Liviwrston, n distance of 120 miles Carter and wife, spent Wednesday from rheumatism. Sinco the Q. & C. has changed livery stable. nnd one bepinnins nt Mndisou coun- with Mrs. Jim Curler in the country. James Yowell bought of J. F. Cof county line, W. II. OvcTstrcct attended , the the station to the road crossing it Wooltex garments combine ty line thence to Pnlnski fey, of Wnyno county, 51 head of is much better for tho public. n distance of 2.1 miles. Indications State Fair. nice cattle. Ho has them on C. C. style, tailoring and quality maNep-toMiss Mnrtha Ilusscll is at home Sidney Collier went over to are that the bond issue will enrry by nnd John Back's pasture. Mr. Yow Monday to occupy u position for n few days. a pi" majority. terials in the highest degree t Pence Messer nnd Miss Margie I'll also bought of C. C. and John held in Mt. there. nuetin? iuii-ill following strong resoMiss Knte Payne, of Prcnchcrs- - tox were callers at Mr. Steve Itus-sell- 's Back, three calves. Ho paid $15 Vernon, the nor head for them. villo, spent Tuesday with Mrs. Jim Sunday afternoon. lutions were adopted: to good They uppeal Mr. Livingston Cooper sold three Mr. Slick Carney wns in town We, citizens nnd taxpayers, repre- Jones. steers nnd one heifer to Mr. J. . good sense of also woman. They Mr. and Mrs. George Monday have looking for his best girl Sunday senting all sections of llockcnstle Ends. btst valuo modern prico. county, in Mass Convention assem- moved to Louisville. fnrmer.s nre cutting tobacco. The Mr. G. W. Goodrish and Mr. Jess Jamc s and Will Cr.itchcr ro vis bled in the court house nl Ml. VerThe most of them will get done cut Wooltex non, the county seat, for the purpose Price attended Louisville fair last ltmg their father Sunday. are The wedding bells will ring at ting this week. Tho tobneco crop is of considering nnd discussing the week. creates. They are Tho Wooltex Mud to be line. Corn is very good, Mr. Jon Smith was with relatives Bowcn shortly. Guess who? nvailability of a bond issue for the some ottering 2.2.i per barrel. coat you bo in purpose of constructing nnd main hero Sunday. Mr. W. S. Wigham lost a fine , Turnersvllle now, taining macadamized roads in saidj mule last week, cause unknown. The Preachersville. county oy taxation, anu aiier The farmers of this section arc Standard OIL Co., building a new and deliberating on tho proWooltex Mr. and Mrs. Jno. C. Cummins nnd quite busy cutting tobneco and get- fence around their is is of a tanks. position, adopt the following reso- hnndsomc children, of Lawrenccburg ting ready- - for wheat sowing. groat organization of Rev. W. G. Montgomery has been designers lutions: Mr. and Mrs. Charlio Rcichcn-bach- 's holding are visiting his parents, Mr, and several very interesting tailors. I. That we nnnrove, without Mrs. II. G. Cummins. baby is very ill nt this writ- meeting over the country with much qualification or reservation, the Mrs. J. M. Cress nnd Miss Mary ing. success. Wcoltex fabrics are puro wool proposition to construct macadam Anderson were shopping in your We are sorry to say Mrs. G. W. Mr. and Mr. Tom Hawkins nnd Koger, who has been bedfast for Mr. roads nnd maintain them by tax- city Tuesday. of cotton nnd Mrs. Oscar Vnndivcr motation nnd tho issuing of interest Cecil McGlary and wife, of Troy, eleven months, is very low, and is ored over from llarrodslmrg Sunbearing bonds for thnt purpose; and Ky., will visit his aunt, Mrs. J. M. no hope of her recovery. You day spent the day with Mr. and coats, we denounce as antiquated and Miss Bettie Peak, who is teaching Mrs. and Cress this week. B. P. Shcwrankcr. Wooltex-n- ot even you got News comes from Lancaster that at the Coffey school house, has the system of working Ewing Whitenaek is visitinc most exclusivo custom tailors. roads by the militia and declare the another handsomo daughter has ar- closed her school for a couple of hisMr. from parents nt Ilnrrodsburg. "system", if it mav be so termed rived at the homo of Mr. and Mrs. weeks on account of the measles in Quite u number of horses and impracticable and valueless. this community. Richard Williams. New fall Wooltex coats mules were taken to Danville from $12.50 to $40. II. We pledge our time, our Mrs. Bettie Cummins Mrs. Kate Coffey, of McKinnev. this part has been of the county Monday to New fall Wooltex suits is visiting her daughters, Mrs. K. L. put enthusiasm, with the sac- - quito poorly for several days. $22.50 to $40. on the market. redness born to a true and patriotic Mrs. John Bell and little son have Martin nnd Mrs. W. P. Martin this Mesrs. C. C. and John Back nre spirit, for the promotion and furth returned to their home in Corbin, week. Nowspaper dis- or Several attended the Jumbo Camp cutting their millet. crance of the bond issue, contending after a pleasant visit to their relaTCddy and Tnft are having a hard do Meeting Sunday. earnestly for its object and purposes tives and friends here. excel- to knowing that oar county's interest Mr. Walter Carter, of Lexington, time, but Wood row is going on nil Mrs. Mary Naylor, of Rowland, Ienco of our complete stocks, Como will be best served when such a pur- has been visiting Mrs. J. F. Payne. haft opened the blacksmith shop at the same. The republicans cannot see for yourself. keep from snjing a good word for this placo and everybody seems to AN pose culminates in victory, fulfillGvyr;lnl9l2 ThcHRLckCo oodrow. be pleased with his work. Bowen. ment nnd completion. UJWcfeiCnra. Mr. Mills, who is pastor of tlie Mrs. L. It. Taylor has a cannery III. We agree that we will go Mat Cohen to Quit Saddle. hence into the and hedges: started at Bowen, which will be a Turncrsville Church will fill his apNo. 810 Toe woman wKo mini male one pointment Sunday and Sundny night. that we will work in season and out great help to our town. Mntt S. 'Cohen, one of the best luil do the work ol two Hill I delighted with Hopkinsvillc, Mr. Woodford, of of season, on committees off of comknown trainers of saddle horses in ihil Model No. 810, to will the buuneu 01 Revival at Preachersville. mittees, and in anv nnd all capaci- and W. B. King, of King's Mountain the country, has decided to abandon profoiiool womin. Not the umple yei . . Preachersville, Sept. - 19. The the business and enter the commerties, until the polls are closed on the, visited Mrs. L. B. Taylor Sunday. Iitctiie line. MJe ol black, blur, light blown. cUik brown oi Uujpe coloird cheviot of erje m evening of October the 26th, 1912, Born, to the wife of Arthur Sta-to- committee appointed by the Baptist cial field in Montreal, Canada, says THE STORE THAT SELLS WOOLTEX bUk, Btiy bine. Suony blue or wine color; chnrch here to secure a minister to the Courier-Journa- l. when as the result of such effort a girl. Ho received a lo in double ftccd nuteruli. Price $25.00. Mrs. George Coffey was visiting conduct revival services announce telegram last night offering him a I the road bond issue will have car tied overwhelmingly and this conn her father, Mr. W. M. Reed, at High thnt they have made arrangements position with the Corbyville Distilwith Rev. E. B. English, of Owens-bor- lery Company in Montreal nt a salty will have taken an advance step land last week. who will beiriti n protruded ary of S3.000 11 enr. anil iimnrili- Those who attended Camp Meeting in n substantial way to progress and prosperity. at High Bridge Sunday were George meeting nt this church here Oct. 15. atelv wired his npeeninnpp. Tin will Good Wliito Girl Wanted. Per Wanted to Kent. Good piano for On December 14, the women of Rev. English is a polished speaker, leave Kentucky for Canada October manent home nnd good wnces. Ad- - three months. Apply oas. Maret, &ec. cnas. u. irnvis. ami jasper uauuis. at this office. the Presbyterian church will hold J J Chnrley Moore nnd wife were visit-- 1 a scnomr ami a consecrated man 15. Chairman. 73-73-dress Box 272. 'their nnnnal Haranr 6000 ROADS two-wee- Style that lasts salt style in your fall in your style appeals taste but tailoring and matoriuls lutely insure and ing satisfaction. suit n, not only tasto but every tho ropresent tho at styles the best that Paris authontic. buy today will suit or a stylo distinctive and still popular next year. tailoring the product expert and without semi-barbar- ic a thread in them. cannot buy better skirts than the if suits and them play cannot them advertising window full justico tho in and by-wa- A. B. ROBERTSON & BR0. Danville, Kentucky o. v 4. 2. ANNOUNCEMENT! OF to the trade that our fall and winter goods are now ready for inspection. We have a full and complete line of Foreign and Domestic Woolens in the latest shades and patterns. Our clothes are distinctive for style and fit. We guarantee every garment we turn out to be perfect in every detail and our best recommendation is our host of satisfied customers. Fall and Winter Goods We beg to Announce i Do Not Be Deceived by drummers from the city who profess to sell you goods that are better than you can get at home and charge you twice the price. Examine their goods and come and see us before buying. We will duplicate them for less money and you will keep your money at home and help your town. Come early and get our prices and make your selections while the stock is unbroken. I MERCHANT TAILOR H. H. ROEHRS, DANVILLE, KENTUCKY s3Eli THE INTERIOR JOURNAL, tTANFOBO, KENTUCKY, Klil)7, BEPTEMBBR 20, 1012 Oolddust stallion, one-hainterest in 35 acres grow10 hands, sound nnd ing corn, about 450 shocks of fod1 fine mulo jack, 8 der, 10,000 hickory tobacco sticks, lf 1 other articles too numerous to name. Terms easy nnd mndo known on day of sale. Sale hour 10 n. m., slinrp. jj i 4 WILSON'S SPEECH ; HIGHLYPRAISED Press and Public Men Join In Chorus of Approval, DISCREET, ABLE, SAFE, SANE. "Will Impress the Country Favorably," Declares William Jennings Dry in. Pronouncement," Saye "Admirable Champ Clark "Appeals Strongly to Evary Lagitlmata Butlnaia Interest," Declares John W. Karn, An Admlrabla 8peech. lion. William J. Ilrjnn. "Oovernor Wilson's cpoccli of acceptance Is admirable. It Is original In Its treatment at tlio Issues of tho cnmpalRu. I am t'"1 mun. tars Use a'J'Jres wl!l try favorably," l,''r"' Appaala Strongly to Evary Lagitlmata Business Interest. John W. Kern, Hetintor I'rom Indiana. "Governor Wilson's speech of Is n masterpiece, setting forth with great clearness ins conception uf tho work to bo accomplished by tlio Dcuioirnllc party under his leadership. It l In complete harmony villi tlio progressiva sentiment of tlio country, but nlso appeals strongly to every legitimate business Interest." Will Take High Rank. Champ Clark, Speaker of tho Homo of Itcprcscntatlvos. "Considered from a literary standpoint. Governor Wilson's of ucwpliiiuu will take high rank hi tho political output of tho year. It "III uiaku pleasant reading and thcreforo will provo a fetching mimuilirti ilneiimunt. lln discusses tho Issues of the day philosophically, clear-- . us cnuneuui iuiiu ly ana lorciuiy. will allay opposition and win him friends. It Is an admirable pronounceKin-ce- supplied with wnlor. ThU land will Uon of the real Issues upon which the grow ns much, if not more, hemp, campaign will bo fought this fall. 1 wheat nnd tolmcco llinn nny farm in think that It Is bound to strengthen Lincoln county, A look nt this fnrm will convince Governor Wilson among, tlio thinking nny ono of (lie t rut It nf (ho nbovc pcoplo of tho country." statements. Any further inform Will Ring Through tha Country. lion desired write to mo' nt McKin-iie- v Governor Georgo W, Donaghey, Aror enll liv (eepliono kansas. "It wns n great speech. It Snmucl M. Owens, McKlnney, Ky. will ring through tho country. It Is ,i Just what ho should hnvo said. Tho peoplo hovo never felt inoro confident FARM FOR SALE of success since tho first nomination of Grovcr Cleveland." T will on Saturday, October 26th, Iowa For Wilson. MM2, sell nt public unle, my homo Judge Martin J. Wnde. lown. "For tho first time since tho state was ad- fnrm, cortnining 100 nore- of Innil. mitted to tho Union lown will this year This fnrm is fiitunled nhotit one mile giro its electoral voto to tho Democrat- from Tuninrsvillc, in Lincoln counic nominee for president." ty, nnd on tlio Tnrncrsvillo nnd Jaffsrsonian to tha Cora, turnpike. All of (his Innd John A. Dlx, Governor of New enn bo cultivated mid h fertile. York. "Governor Wilson's speech of There nre two dvvolluip houses nnd accoplnnco Is marked with broad vi- two hnrns, with one tobacco bnrn on sion and clear thought, expressed In ilio plnce, mid al nil necessary languago every American enn under- oullmildiiiRH. Well fenced nnd wastand. As n business mnn nnd manu- tered. There is ono everlasting facturer, I am especially pleased with spring well loenled on snme. his posltlvo and slatesmnnllko position on tho paramount Issue of tariff reform sad his demand for an lansedl-at- o downward revision. In sincerity, proclso statement nnd comprehensive grasp of great principles and their application nf tho fundamental needs of tho country tho speech Is Jeffersonlon to tho core. It contains no nppenl to passion nnd excites no prejudice. Governor Wilson has presented to his party nnd to the nation clear conception of tho truth that tho real strut:-gl- o co-irev extra broodmares, all by side otto of them I'roston lunie, good of the sale. fellow animal, 2 splendid Oolddust Mrs. Fannie Hubble. 7 HC ear-ol- d colts, 2 mulo coltf, 2 inure, well biokc to steam mid unto, PUBLIC SALE. in foal to good jack, ono u good saddle more, 1 jeniling Oolddust filly, Oolddust filly, 1 nice Of Blue Grass Land And Fine Stock. J tvvo- -j car-ol- d coming 4- ear-ol- d Shetland I'ony, well broke. All of tins stock sound, VKDN'i:si)AY, OCT. 2, 1012 cows, extra good. 2 good 4 j ear-ol- d Near Iliistonvillc. Lot of hogs. Having decided lo chango my lo1 Hurrev with ilo ond shafts, 1 cation, I will offer for wale nt pub- ton buggy, 2 runnbouts, 1 I'rnricr o vvugou, 1 lic outciy on the ubovo dnto nnd cart, 1 Drown Studehaker wagon, with bed nnd plnte tlio following: heat, 1 double lion-- sled, 1 set doti. T7 acres of splendid Innd, nil vir- bio harness in good condition, 1 set gin known ns the old Tail pony harness, 1 set heavy brake (Ji oiind I.nnd, under good fence. harness, 1 set litjht btiggv harness, A frplcndjd stock of goods, with 2 saddles nnd bridles, 1 pair plat ii. good business nnd fine btnnd, loform scales, 2,000 feet oak fencing enled at Killd's Sloic, Ky., will in- lumber, lot of locust posts, one-havoice $oG00 to $4,000, interest in 0 acres of good tobacco, ,1- -j -j tvvo-luric lf I will nlso sell nt the sarao time Ono one pintio, and n lot of household well broken, nnd kitchen furniture. Possession for seeding purposes, will be given good breeder, nt once and possession of tho whole j cars old 4 plneo given on January 1st, 1013. in foal, colts Terms of nalc will bo given on day a n. man, part of tha regular diet ia Huslonville, Ky. Col. T. D. Kngish, Auct. I. S. Those who mny want to bid on stock of goods, will please call nnd inspect them before sale. 73-- Scotfs Emulsion Its highly concentrated nutritive qualities repair waste and create physical resistance faster than disease can destroy.'' AD Dranhta, Votl&riowne lltmmfittd r 13 i NJ H Jesse Lynn Appointed Guard J. C. Lvnn, of this city, went to I'niiikfort oarly in tho week to tnke n position us gunid-itho penitentiary time, to which ho wns recently nppointed by tho Prison CommisAmong sioners, others appointed guards fiom this section of tho slate were: Thomas Welts, of Madison cotintv. K. C. I'ngo, of Adair, James Dunn, of Bo.vle, J. Watt Hrown, of Casey, James Havncs, of Hell. Shortaqe A special to the Courier Journal from Richmond states that wliilo examining tho Fnrmers Dnnk at Kirks-vi'l- e, Ky., Deputy Kxnminer, A. B. Fnrns discovered n deficit of $1,200 nnd ns a lcsult the cashier Jfr. H. S. Newlan was placed under arrest. He executed bond of 2,500. Mr. Xcvvlan hns been the cnhier for at Klrksville Bank a the past W e,trs and has many f i lends in Kirksvillc nnd stirround-in- ir He wns n, highly cotntuuiiities. respected olficinl. I ment." Battla Hymn of Democracy. bo-co- Senator Goro of Oklahoma. 'Tho closing scntenco of his speech will Worthy Lsadar of Progressiva Amerl-cantho battlo hymn of Democracy In tho pcudlng campaign: I thank God Louis D. ItrandcK Itoston. "GoverIt Is nt once a nor Wilson's speech "of acceptance Is and tako courage.' paean of praise and Is a summons of tho utterance of n twentieth century patriotic duty " statesman. Willi keen perception ho tlio evils from which the Discreet, Abl., 8f. and Sana. Johu n. Lnuih, ex Itvprcscntatlro people nro suffering ana tuo Hangers With From Indiana. "Speech Is discreet. which threaten our welfare. way by able, safe and sane Governor Wilson firn.mi rUInn tin noiats the believes In tho clllcacy of tho scalpel which those evils may bo removed and rather than tho big stick. Ills dissec- the dangets nverted. lie proves ins tion of trust nnd tariff evils is uulipie iinderst.in.'.Ir.g s!!Uc cf basin"!! "I'd f Ills suggestions of re- - scxinl necls and that he Is n Democrat and convincing ms form lu methods of government and In fact as well as In name, and I'rogresslvc Is undoubted. reduction of torlft schedules will meet courago with approval of legitimate business Americans hivo In him worthy leader." and the laboring masses as well." Equable and Moderate. Points tha Way For Justice. New York Sun. 'Governor Wilson's Hoko Smith. Senator I'rom Georgia. sjiei-cof acceptance Ins good luck "I am delighted with Governor Wil- ns well as merit It comes Just In It Is n tlmo to cotitrnKt sharply with the Inson's tpeech ef acceptance. o superb ktatement of the present terminable ledlatnlle rant of Th. Den of the Democnicy nnd points tho tntus Atricnnus IYtox. And. If withway for Justice to all through renl out contempt of campus It may be progress by law under the constitution. said, though written by a college pre-.- ! It should ileal very rorontly retired. It i lu the With his clcititm give confldenco to liouest business and Knglisli Inngiiiigp. not anaemic and new courage to those who need n olilom with suspicion of prtggMiuest square deal " or donnishness, though It has an nlr a certain ncadomlc distinction of Its Lays His Soul Dare. w III pleuce ov erj body who John F ritJWerald. Major of Koston. own What to make Is Governor Wil luis a living VIIou's ncceptanco 'Governor moderate tone. Gov characteristic of the man He lujs his son's eonable nndfor repair, not for d .:...Non Is Wl soul bare to tho p.s.ple and ak then, eraor " to Join with him. Irrespective of pirty. structlon' Partnership of the People. wrongs wltnout un In righting prent New York Times. "It Is applicable. due clamor or Injury to legitimate In terests. He lujs eiuphiinw on '" Tiie domiUHiit thought, the very sou! structlvc thliiklug, and I liellevu this of his discourse. Is the common Interest of all tho people, their partnership epitomizes one of the nation's great. est needs nt the present time. It will in our activities and our prospcrltj-overwhelmingly The partnership Idea comes from his be Tresldent Wilson mind not ns a sublimated political theIn Novemlior" ory, but as a practical. Immediate remProgressive, but Not Wdd. s. fiur-pos1 tho pending campaign Is tho concentrated powers of priv ilege nnd the nsplrntlon or too American H.Hjplii to realise In their government and their economic Industrial and social relations tho full measures of tho principles of freedom. Justice nnd progress, upon which tho republic To nil the Issue and was founded every national need Governor Wilson npplles tho 'rule of right and common advantage.' Tho reforms lie advocates hut they nro neces nro sary, sound and practical, iiiespeocu will awaken nnd stir tho national conscience nnd lead to n triumph that will restore to the people tho control of their government nnd Inaugurnto n new nnd happier epoch In tho life and development of tho republic." In PUBLIC SALLE i i LIVE STOCK OLk At 1 i i 'l RO stssasssaraBSBBSEKian Head of Mules, brood Mares and Jerseys TUESDAY, OCTOBER 1st, 1912 i.urasngnwiaiiJ.'.LwagE O Li O o'clock p. m., on Tuesday, October 1, 1 912, 1 will offer for sale to the highest and best bidder, at my place on south side or Crab Orchard Pike, midway between Stanford and Rowland, the following live stock: 10 head of Mules, 8 of them "Governor Wllson'a neech fits the but occasion and the not wild; sane, strong and unmistakaIt makes an Inspirbly Democratic. ing opening of the campaign. Indicating clearly and nobly the spirit lu which tlio Iciders of uiir regonerated Democratic party must work: not ono of mere 'partisan make Iwlleve.' but of honesty nud Justice townrd all men." Prophetic of Success. Gorewor William. II. Mann of think It wus un admirable speecU. It vva.s wUe. conservative, compreheush e. prophetic not only of Democratic sucivm. out of Democratic supremacy for j ears to come. ' lve. Thomas Molt Osborne. Auburn. N. X. edy." Straiflht to tha Heart WilNew York son's speech of acceptance Is the nblest, clearest, sanest stntement of high public purpose this country has known In Without passion, witha generation. out Invective, without nbuio. without partisan bitterness, nithour denunciation, without egotism, without deinn-cog- j he has driven straight to tho hcirt of the supreme issue of Amer-caInstitutions the puitnershlp be- ween government mil privilege." World.-"Woodrow n Blue Grass Farm atPrivateSale On iu count of my health, I hve decided to quit furling, and will of-I- it for sale, pmntely one of tho virv best blue guibs I'ninw in Lincoln county, Ky. This iuim contains 200 notes by Mtivey. Tho sumo is under high b'tato of culti-vutlnt pu'bout nnd fine brock fui in. livery ucio of this l'aim is bUMeptiblo of cullivatiou. Located ouo uiilo north of McKiu-nJ 4 milea ent of Hutonille, and oj broke to work. 7 head of Brood Mares; all broke to work and bred to a Jack with the season paid. Mares, 2 of them 3 head of broke to work; 1 of them a good saddle mare. Mares, one of them 3 head of has mule coltby her side. 1 Yearling Filly--- a good oneby a Dignity Dare out of hackney mare. 1 Black Jack, quick and well broke. 3-yearold old 4 Ponies; 3 mares and 1 gelding; all broke and the mares bred to Sam Embry's Pony, "Dock." 1 Suckling Horse Colt, by Garrard Chief. Suckling Horse Colt, by Don Varrick. Suckling Horse Colt, by Mr. Carter's 1 1 Draft Horse. 10 head ers. of Jersey Cows; fresh or spring-- , 1 10 head of Jersey Heifers, years old. and 2 Rings True In Every Sentence. Covin nor Frederick W. I'lulstcd of Maine. "It U a tptendid presentation of the Issues for tho American people. It rlugs truo lu every sentence nnd In every word It represents tho tpirit It U tho of tho Democracy of toduj address of a btatesuian." An Admirable Presentation. Governor Uugene Koss. Massacliu-twttx- . "It was an admirable preseuta- - 4 REVISE TARIFF UNHESITAT INGLY DOWNWARD. on 7 mili" liom Stantoid, frontmuni tuuipiko loud, and one miles noi lb of Queen & Cicbcent i nil way point, fine tlepot, good hhipping - TERMS OF SALE -- Cash or bankable note, bearing 6 per cent, interest, due six months from date. SALE BEGINS PROMPTLY AT l:OQ O'CLOCK P. M. Col. J. P. Chandler, Auctioneer. There should bo an Immediate ; revision of tho tariff, aiid It !! yhfinl.l Ihi downward, uuhesltat- ','. lugly and steadily dowuvvard. '. vmm Wnndruw WlUon's Speech Nomi ; Accepting the Democratic nation. '. schools and chinches and splendid neighbuihood. 12 rooms Tho dwelling contains .I u.uilil iii'i.miiinniliito two faiuilll'b if dosiicd. Kame is in good lepair. Two laigo tobacco bains with 10 acre capacity each; two largo stock barns and all other nccessuiv All under good fencing and well w J4,sfctiik . . . t tnlt-TSri"!"!" I I n J. H. Baughman's third big annual sale of live stock will occur Wednesday, October 2, 1912 MtaaaMkUwMMM ,ir y -- r - xnaaLL - ff., '..' ' ' THE IHTEWHB JiUMIAL, tTANrtBO, KENTUCKY. FRIDAY, ICPTEMCW , HI2 GOD'S HERBS & ROOTS CLOSE TO THE PEOPLE During the 42 years of iU existence this hank has always endeavored to keep close to tho pcoplo of Stanford nnd their best Thnt it lin succeeded U shown by Its steady growth and tho lnrce number of loval depositors. Wc havo a service for ccry man. woman nnd child in Lincoln county, uud wc wnut n pnit in building up tho financial interests of MOIitt people. That iuvludes ,oii, aud n cheeking account will open the way. Surplus $100,100.00 Hcsourccs Capital $100,000 Corner Next To Court House $500,000 Cure Diseases, The Bible says so, & it is being proven every day by CHARLIE THE interest. Mighty Lincoln County National Bank SPECIAL EXCURSION WHITEMOON, 8729-3- 1 the Cow Boy Herbalist y s W. Broadway, Louisville, Ky. CINCINNATI AND RETURN Sunday, SEPTEMBER 22nd. Haag Shows Deep down In very human heart lies a NATUIIAL deslro for NATURE'S medicines, noota & Herbs. Too Ions have tho secrets of nature been neglected, too Ions have pcoplo disregarded Clod's promises. Modern doctors think only of "operations" & strong drugs, whllo human suffering & deaths from disease ln crease rapidly every year. Health Is natural, dlscaso unnatural. My years of experleitco as a Cow-bonn medicines & among tho Indians glvo mo a peculiar fitness & knowledge of tho powers of Roots & Hy-bmy remedies havo cured & aro curing Blood Poison, Lung Trouble, Kidney, Dladdor, Llv &, Femalo & Skin & Stomach Troubles that were pronounced Incurablo by tho diseases, Rheumatism, Dropsy, Catarrh, Nervous best doctors. I want to PROVE this to tho world & to any ono asking, I will mall tho greatest book of Its HERBALIST," absolutely free. If you aro not enjoying ALL kind ever published, entitled 'THE COW-BOtho blessings of perfect health, your duty demands that you INVESTIGATE MY CLAIMS. All letters of in qulry promptly answered. is the name of my great TOXIC, composed of 16 Roots & Herbs, makes 3 full quarts of medicine, lasts about 3 months, costs 011v one dollar & is LEGALLY GUARANTEED money refunded. BY ALL DRUGGISTS & DEALis sold to satisfy THE PURCHASER or ERS In MEDICINE for the nerves, stomach, liver, kidneys, bowels, bladder & blood. A household remedv your druggist hasn't got it or won't get it, I WILL FILL YOUR most excellent. Ask for if COM-CEL-SA- R BODY-BUILDER, COM-CEL-SA- R COM-CEL-SA- S1.50 Round Trip if MIlHiHINMIlilll .50 Round Trip SPECIAL TRAIN Lvs. JUNCTION CITY 5:35 a.m. ASK TICKET AGENTS FOR PARTICULARS. ORDERS POSTAGE PAID. SCIENCE SOPE is made of PURE VEGETABLE OILS FOR HUMAN CHARLIE WHITE-MOON'- S SKIN ONLY, guaranteed to satisfy or money refunded,' joe or J bars 15c at all dealers, Retail, who are supplied thru all wholesale dealers. FARM AND STOCK NEWS . Top hogs nrc $8.05 at Cincinnati. For Sale 13 nice pijrs. A.S. Price J. II. Bauphman has reserved the date of. Oct. "2d for his Third Annual Bale, of horses, mules, brood mares and cattle. For Sale. 15,000 tobacco sticks J. A. Givens. McKinney, Ky. C4-t- f. For Sale 150 extra nice ewes, just in from the mountains. A. T. G7-- tf Nunnelley. For Sale. Aberdeen Angus cattle both sexe3; mules from colts to' four year pids; thoroughbred boars R. H. Crow, ready for service. Shelby City, Ky, Ky., phone 8 two f. rings, Junction Ex. Estray. Poland China sow; reward for return to M. S. Bnujjumnn. Jersev For sale, a three-quartcow, fine for milk and butter. A btripper now. Come and look, Price 50. A. O. Faulkner, Highland, Ky. I will tnke stock on the Ilnil pasture from now on until Jnn. 1st, at $1.50 per months. W. C. Shanks. CG-ter 70-t- f. I will also sell 8 good mule colts 70-t- f. at my sale. P. L. Heck. Two strny hogs are at my pluce; vine black barrow, weigli about 150 and the other a wliito sow weighs about 125 pounds. Owner can get snme by paying for keep and this nd W. T. 'Tucker, Stanford. For sale. Thorougbred Diiroe gilts and Lours, the old Ohio Chief strain, no better bred anywhere. A. f. J. Adams. Ilustouville, Now is the time ty hnve you tobacco insured, (let a policy in the strongest company in the woild 70-from Fi-and Bromley. V. C. Shnnks will sell 50 head of mules, brood mares and Jerseys. 73-I Oct. 1, 1012. 7C-.'!- p. iG-t2. 0. wheat or oats, 50 acres in meadow, short yearling calf. Sheep brought n Also has good $2.35 a head. The corn was bnlanco in grass. dwelling house, barn nnd all outat $1.75 a barrel. J. L. llutchins, Af Boyle bought buildings. For further information address Mrs. Geo. Logan, Stanford, of T. F. Durham 38 hogs at $7.75 per hundred, 58 from John McCon-ne- ll Ky., West Main street. 74tf Every stock buyer in Lincoln and at $7.75. These hogs averaged most of them i ntlie surrounding 115 pounds,, of Frank Hunt at 8 4 counties reads the Interior Joifrnal. cents. Kino of G. J. Cunningham You can cover five counties com- at 8 tents, and fhe of II. M. Shousc pletely by advertising your sale in at 8 4 cents. it. my to Estray There came FINE FARM FOR SALE! I offer for sale privately my farm place 7 hogs, three weighing about 100 pounds each, and the other four of 125 acres in suburbs of Crab are pigs. llie owner enn get them Orchard, Lincoln county, Kv. It by paying for expenses and damage contains a ten room brick dwelling, I. J. Jones. in good iepair, the uual outbuild- done. For Sale. Near Stanford, well ings nnd i watered by the never improved 200 acre blue crabs farm, failing springs and Flax creek. About 1 wo goou siory nouse on.' siock h, acies 111 gras anil balance in barn with silo, plenty of everlasting cultivation. Much of the laud can spring water. For further informa- - bo used for town lots. Anyone see and write Adolph VonGruer siriiig to look over the prcmi-c- s will lagan, Stanford or Fred VonAllmnn, call on me. 34 nnd Bank street, Louisville. Ky. ' Terms made known on npplicn-Th- c p James Messer sale of farm iton. took, mules horses, cows, etc., will J. w. Guest, Crab Orchard, Ky. take place at tno rink Lottage, one; mile from Stanford on Ilnstonville QUIT RENTING 75-pike, Friday, Sept. 27. 'And buy you a small place. I have I will sell at a baigaiu nnd For Sale. 11 cattle and 2 vears fil ', old. 7 steers nnd 4 heifers, 1 good on easy terms. There is a small old farm horse, work anywhere, gen- - house 011 the place aud I will build tie for women to drive. Cull on mo ,uiy kind of improvements desired. at Highland, Ky. J. S. Young 75-It is good tobacco' laud, corn or wheat. All is in blue grass except seven nod one half nerps. Wrltp or 'phone 88 76-4W. F. Dishon. Stanford. fith-draw1-1-de-ti70-(i4t ut-re4. 1-- 2. F. At tho Walker sale near Point For Sale. 15 Common Sense hemp brakes; all in good repair. T. Leuvcll this week, lit fniiii was 72-- 3 withdrawn at 100.25 1111 acie aud A. Hice Large sow came to my placo Aug. will be sold privately. Stock sales 1st. Owner can get same by payiug were as follows: a nair of. aged for this ad nnd her keep. John Pow- mules $132.50, one nj;ed mule $182.-5mule $170, a one ell, Moreland, Ky., It. F. D. 1. For Sale. Oae nice, coming three pair of Percherou draft mares $385, year old, Peacock filly, beautifll bay a suckling filly colt by Carroll 1'ies-to- ii $101, a buckling filly colt by with two white feet and star; good size. Cull on or address. Mrs. Sim Hex Arbuckle $80, yearling filly by Hex Arbuckle $180. Jersey cows 8t-Owens, Moreland, Ky., For Kent. My farm of 250 sold from $40 to $08 and O. B. acres 35 acres for corn, 30 for Swincbroad paid $40 for a fancy 0, ld p. Necessity For "Best" Teacher In Each School District By JOHN B. M'FERRAN. Chairman Educational Committee. Loulivllle Commercial Club America's Metropolitan Shows. Unapproachable in Grandure. All powerful and mighty in magnitude 2 Rings. 2 Stages. Roman Hippodrome. The Monarch of Circusdom. 500People, 100 Great Acts 200 Horses. Cake Walking and Dancing Horses. Herds of Elephants, including the musical Pachyderm. 25 Merry Making Clowns that delight old and young. 10 Horseback Riders. 10 High Class Aerialists. Komko Troup. Marvelous Japanese Acrobats. Most Complete Show Ever Seen. Most Gorgeous. Elaborate and Expensive FREE STREET PARADE at 10:30 o'clock morning of Exhibition ever seen. in. not long sinco and in going about investigating tho city's schools, on reaching tho lowest and poorest part of tho city, was surprised to sco going up a splendid, beautiful school building to cost $375,000. ITo said, "Why on earth do you put such a handsome and costly building in this part of tho city!" Tho answer was, "Wo want to mako good, intelligent citizens out of these children, and we think this ono of the important ways of doing it." I should liko to know why wc pursue the unbusinesslike, illogical and absolutely unfair method of offering three kinds of teachers' certificates, especially now as tho counties havo tho right to tax themselves up to 20 cents on $100 for general school purposes. ARE WE DELIBERATELY TRYING TO MAKE THREE CLASSES OF CITIZENS TIIE INFERIOR, THE MODERATELY GOOD AND THE BEST ? In a truo democracv thcro is no uso or room for classes. Ought not our efforts to bo addressed to tho ono object of making an avcrago intelligent good citizenship? Under present arrangements wc aro compelling tho poorer sections of our counties to employ teachers whoso capacity will not suffer them to go abovo a wage of $30 to $40 per month, whilo tho cities and towns and wealthier parts of tho counties aro paying $00 to $75 per month. Of courso this higher pay and better environment attract tho best teachers, thoso holding tho first class certificates. Now, this is manifestly unfair and very unwise. third-clas3 H FRIEND of mine interested in schools happened in Boston TWO PERFORMANCES DAILY 2 and 8 P. M. Doors open 1 hour earlier. ALCORN overlook slopping your hogs on shipstufl'. Best and most economic:., feed to start your feeders on. Price $20.00 per ton. We have another shipment ot Alcorn, Price $2 per 100 lbs while the supply lasts. Do not OUR BOYS AND GIRLS IN THE LESS WEALTHY PORTIONS OF BY COUNTIES ARE ALREADY SUFFICIENTLY HANDICAPPED THEIR POVERTY AND IGNORANCE. WHY, THEN, UNDER HEAVEN, HANDICAPPED ARE THCY FURTHER BY CHEAP, IMCOMPETENT TEACHERS7 THE rimp$wiiit5"ivcy3tie kd Bank CDharactS Of A Good For Rural Carriers The mini carriers in Lincoln nre rejoicing over an increase in salary which will be in effectti on January 1st next. Tli' increase is given on account of the Parcel Post system, which will bo inaugurated on thnt date and which will mean more work for the carriers. Under the new law every mirier, who has a standard route of twentv four mile.s will get a inise of from $1,000 to $1,100. A Baraaln 131 acres of fine bltio grass land, 4 mile from pike. All in cruss except 125 acres. 3f room cottnge, porch fiOTRH T etc., tobacco nnd stock bnrn 80x30 Tenant house, new wire fence, nil buildings in good iepair, well fenced 50 bearing applet tiees, never fail ing water. Pn" $07.50 per acre, HEHE is a ntructuro which every institution builds for it, elf. It is called character, aud every act is a sloim in this structuie. u good character, An institution, in order to havo must think honesty, act honesty, breathe honesty. Tho people soou dntcrminc between the genuine and They know the ling of the true metal the counterfeit. nnd the base. hughes & Mccarty. CONCRETING crrtinr, luch lit In (uii, we ran dtiwn to a tenrt We nre In lwittlon to do all kind wine ou lujr PHILLIPS BROS., Stanford, Ky. of con Dlnrk Work, rarrmtnta. and make anything from a jom pott Call and Kit our price. jour inairrial at trait There ought to be, as soon as the proper legislation can bo had, only ono certificate granted to nil tcacjicrs and that of tho first class. If there arc districts unablo to pav in full for a first class teacher let tho count' board make up tho difference out of tho county fund, for which it was intended. THESE POORER DISTRICTS PAY THE SAME RATE OF TAX, SO FAR AS TILEY nAVE TAXABLES, AS DO THE WEALTHIER SECTIONS, AND THEY SII0TJLD HAVE A FAIR AND LIBERAL DEAL. This is not only generous and unselfish, but it i3 Christlike, and it is a wise business proposition to mako good and intelligent citizens out of these less fortunates. I think when tho pcoplo consider this question deliberately they will sco tho folly of present metuods and demnnd a change nnd will get it. Theroforo it would bo wiso for teachers to prepare themselves to got first class certificates, and I think they havo no timo to lose because tho chango when started will come quickly. Tho state has two normal schools and the univorsity whoso business it is to prepare teachers. Not 25 por cent of the teachers of tho stlito aro taking advantago of theso opportunities, ami many of them will bo left out whon the chango comes. I am hoping to seo tho day when our tcachors will be bettor paid, but when that day dawns it will bring with it also an undeniable demand for better prepared teachers. J. H. Baughman & Go. Phone 11 Stanford, Kentucky. American Realty Co. Adveitiso your sale in the I. J. An .flYriii t.pliiilil Hnrniim in More farmers rend it tlmn any Our other country paper in the Mate. Stuck ami (Irnin Farms. luiprovcil ALFALFA bpcrinltirs nl mi Fruit nnd Poultry I'lirms, Fining. Wc Imvo tlio Farms tliey nil Wnnt, Location, Near Towns Good Schools ,nnd Churches fine Clinmto; excellent Wiiter. Send for Lists Then Seo for Yourself. :t01-f- i Dealer In Suicty nid'b. Muskouee. Okln. H. B. Northcott "Jiyrr lip Poultry, Eggs, Produce, Salt, Lime & Cement PHONE 153. On this the whole structure of our hank Is based. The Increasing business Is a guarantee that It Is appreciated by depositors. Accounts of companies and IndlvMuals sollcltel. Every facility given consistent with conservative linnklnn. J.L.Beazley &Oo E. D. Pennington, Caunty Surveyor General Farm Surveying 52.6m Phone 172, Stanford, Ky. J. C. McClary Stanford, Ky. THERE IS REAL PAINT and also some stuff mixed with cheapening materials that is not northy of the name. If yo- - have Fall and Winter Sultlnns. Uud experience with the latter kind M? Dtw Fall and Winter Bamplta art now rrailr luinectlon. TUy 'compriM you don't want another. If you Ik Ixtt(oron your market, I can tht tull haven't take our advice and don't a to prlc. who had lilt cloth, mad. anion. la A .uii mad. to rour mta.ur. I. Buy our experiment. paints la rrady mad. tlolhu. To bar. Am mad. and aave yourself disappointment rtadr to mta.ur. dorin'l coal tar aM. tkMmad. whtn .uallt and (It la coaalA. vuu. in ana wi m um jow nnd money as welL I A. ALLEN. tUnfarl. Ky B. 0. MOPLUT, r Prtctittt Xtttr STATE BANK & TRUST CO., Capital $50,000. W. Surplus $500 Stanford, Ky. V. MeCARTY, Pro. . L. PENNY, V. Fth. IALIN, CMhUr. M. L I. t. ALIERT J. D. EADS, J. S. RICE, Ptm. h'r PHILLIPS, AND DEAL. ER IN FURNITURE, MAT. TINQ8, RUQI. THEY WILL EXCHANGE FURNITURE FOR ALL KIND! OF STOCK. GIVE THEM A CALL. FRICE UNDERTAKERS ALIO FIRE INSURANCE mmd SURETY BONDS TAN FOR, KY. UNDERTAKER AND EM BALM BR STANFORD KENTUCKY. 0ffk PhMM 117. Hmm PhMe E. M. NIWLAKD nl prt-ftra- 3. ft ' ,4Vl JL. Ji. H.- -. ..' J&.