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STANFORD, LINCOLN COUNTY, KENTUCKY, TCESDAY, OCTOBER 1, 1012.. I PHf Will itM WllM tifM l . 1 I Watch the date en yew laM and Renew Prwwftly. -- Li FOUNDED 18G0. 03d YEAH. TUESDAYS AND FRIDAYS. LYCEUM COURSE !l i!- rltory the tistno n nlrendy known nml stands for quality nnd nctJon In malt quartet work. The fraternity Glee Club wns orgnn Ized nnd coached by Itnlph Dnntmr. who for year, baa been Identified with the famouii Dunbar Quartet nnd Hell IHngers nnd who Is now giving his en tire time to company organizing. Fir i Oor Commtinlfy This Stason it A i Notibd Om. Feast of Good Things In Enter Will Not Only . tainments That THE D08TON LYRICS. The lloston Lyrics loaprlso n trio which tirownt. n delightfully vnrlcd program of vocal nnd Instrumental mu- 1 : ,' Entertain, but Instruct and Inspire. sic, rending nnd enrtoons. Tlio Instru ments used lucludo n cornet, trom-lmn- n nnd iiIkd that Interesting Instrti ment known ns n mnrlmbnphone. Tlio nf Hit trio nre Fl.ivol It. Jor dan, Jr,, Cnrolyn Jordan nnd llcrthn Wells. th Lyrle uppnnrpd nt sr John's Military Acndemy nt Delnllold, Wis. This .iciir tlie Lyrics were re quested to return, but bad no date finally the nendemy took nvnllnblu. them on n Sunday ditto In order to get them. At tlio Seattle Y. M. C. A. n return dnto was also desired, but was not meinlKT A fwwt of co thine In entertain fianta that wilt tint only entertain, but Instruct sod Inspire, has been nrrauged for our community this neaton. Tlio Xycura course Is becoming more nml ore n pcriimncnt Institution In every town nnd city Rome communities which lime bail Lyceum coume for je.irn IkmsI of u larger per rent of their young people Id collogrs thnn towns of olinltnr Ue In the same toortlltlct which have not maintained n count. Mnny of our national problems, now considered wn first presented In n forcible manner to tho American people from tin) Lyceum nnd Chautauqua platform. Much alao linn Itccu done to lerate music and the entertainer'-- , art from these platforms and to ubollMi or decrease the attendance upon mediocre and questionable shown. The course of entertainment which re to appear hero thli lenann I looked throujth the Iledpatb Lyceum llureau. the olden nnd largest Lyceum In the world. Tbi course will consist of tlM para-moun- t. 1 Lt yir followlm infraction: nvnllnble, nnd a Sunday program wns then ncccpted. At Nnshvlllo, Tctin.. where one of tlio greatest Lyceum coure In America Is held In nn niidltnrlum seating 3,000 people, tho lloston lories appeared nnd were encored time nnd time again. MUSICAL FAVORITE8. r The Musical 1'nvorltcs. another nurn-tieon this fortlicomliig course, for versatility hne few equnlM. They will play on the iwixiiphotic. xylophouc. bnnjos nnd violin, cello, tlm-mandolins, while Arthur I.ove three still further vnrli- - Ibf program with the LVvLsiiLssalaLsiiBL C WKttritKM. ' JwJLsiWiatwBBw THE BOYDS. The noyds bnvc tilled htindml of vngagements during the heternl iast jensons Their vxtendtsl experience In many Mate and lefore critical nnd popular iiudleiices hns given their work an excellence nnd a llnlsli lli.it can le olitnlned in tin other wn Thdr rqiilrt'iiitnt of tbemole nre, 5iif!iiiMaw5L . I THE MU8ICAL FAVORITES. his poems nnd readings The conipnni ur hup comprises four (ieorge L. Mt'Neiury nnd Lena Nina McNemry. Mr l.ove for ear gave nn entire evening's entertainment hlmelf In vocal nml liiMrtunent.'il mu sic nnd humorous nelis'tliins many of them being his own lompo-dtlut- i eoplt-ArihI- of culture, tlwy give nn eftilug's entertainment of real worth th.it wlnspniNe from the most exacting nnd et jis U eqnall etijojed by those who nn In n word, they pre not inuslclans ent not only progmnis that nre high class, but pnisnuii that pltii. l:iiil-tmid mt'oinpanlits; lloth nn toth nre singer" Mr IIomI U one of H EUQENE LAURANT, MAGICIAN. Eugeno Lnurnut, who recently ha leen especially honored by his fellow magicians us well ns the public. Is one of the most notable magicians of whom this country 1ms out boasted. At the meeting held In New York In 1012. nt tended by 1100 magicians, he w:m decorated with a medal, and Inter at the meeting of Chicago maglcl.ttis he rethe cleierrwt of render-- , nnd tin Iwo ceived another gold medal present In eotiiu' hletelie that me Lnumiit pnetitn ninny original creas;x feeding lr lntirelliiK mid nltriietlw. tions In both magic and Illusions, lie il pro tarries two nxlst.mts nnd, of course, One feature of tbelr niu-vnini that i pro'ed u-- y Hipul.ir Is- n very large amount of baggage. Lati- - dhWed into three 4i group of old songs that were fuvor- I rnut'" prsrain nnd the actual entertainment lies inrn ngo. In inuuiv net or iwoipaj-tsI ot the tlner of sacred helectloim. the b b-, ery highest. Of Hue musical LjS JtB Bk. iA 9Htt2ta9aBam wat W. IsBBBBBBBBBlVKtBBsSBBSHBBiBHHHHHHHHH FRATERNITY GLEE CLUB. - THE FRATERNITY GLEE CLU1. Tho program of the I'mfernlty (lie Club Is clonr rut, nt times Indulging in c the song, yell und nctlon of the field nnd nt other moments picturing tho Informal but more serious gathering at the fraternity house nnd nth-letl- hoiu g. tun Tho Intermissions tin- no- the pianist tills thei with li....i,niuse The tlrst fe.it tin U il flower prelude This h not u Utile single tlowef trick such us many uuiglclaiis oiler but eon sUts of tuer thirty tl.e separate nml finally closing with nn exceptionally distinct flower effects, blended Into one bright nnd captivating llttlo sketch pretty little net. nml Is used only us written e.nrlnlly for this company nu Introduction to the show proper. Tollowlug ihls'preliidi Mr. Lnurant oillisl "Oilh'ge Iwjk" ! 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A tremendous crowd enmo to town HELP IN GOOD FIGHT luile nml tliscontciit lictwecn tho SOUTH END OF COUNTY , t'M, f rich nnil poor throngliotit tho laud. Saturday to see tho drnivinc for the ft JMr , ll I Camden Says the People Must Not Also it is Manifestly clear thut if Ford runnbout which was advertised k tlio few pny tins debt they will bo Matt Singleton Returns From In JbtJbw " Depend Upon Interests To 3bW bW w' depriving the mnny of tho unusual to bo given away by Cummins & ana. Kills His Wife and Blows P? ?k. t ' 4sswiiW m ' '$ Put up Campalan Money nnd rare opportunity of further Wicnren, tho gents' furnishers. Three Out his Own Brains. deepening and brontlcniii" tlieir na- local men drew out the numerals f om 11 lint, and the lucky number At a mcvliux of n majority x) the tures, and increasing their love of proved to be 7404. No 0110 in the Crazed with joalousv nnd desIf tlicro is not 'love of ileinocrulit: editors o Kentucky with country. big crowd had thnt number, und un pondent thnt his divorced wife was) Cliuirtniiti J. N. Cntmlen, of the country in n mini's heart something less the owner of tho vi inning ticket iibotit to wed nnother, Matt SingleIriiLsflKttsHLw i Suite Ciimpuign committee in Louis-xill- o of nn opposite feeling will erepp in sends it m within .10 days unother ton shot her to death at her home SutiiTiltiy, it wus itniirchbctl und tnkc ita plnce. Indifference to drawing will bo held. four miles south of McKimicy this tin, finttilrv liii.wsiumcr men or hate uf country, which is nnoth iitwm county, Friday morning. He then how fomplctely the battle to elect vr ".,"d f,.,r llnrcl'y. It is only by sntj down, according to nil indicaGOOD MAN GONE tnul we can mcrcaao or Wilson nml Mai shall is in the hands, frervico tions, und wrote three notes, tolling bis deed, nnd when they wero of the people themselves. Contri- make grow our love for home, for Away At of miinkind or for country. W'e laicw Frank Cordier Passes butions from the big interests mid finished blow out his own brains. Rowland After Lonq Illness corporations nro not being accepted, that the person who helps nnd serves One of tho letters wns to his two Also that mid the iiiTisiirv expensesof the his friends, loves them. sons, Elmer nnd Ycrnoti Singleton, Frank Cordier, for 28 years posf-dic- d and requested that thsy bury their campaign must be furnished by dem- the man who gives loving enro and ocrats themselves. It is a light lor thought for his family has his na at his home Monday morning parents, side by sido in the cemetery tho people, und they must furnish ture enriched nnd blessed by a strong aged (JO years. He had been in fail- at Eitbanks. Another note was to lln wneivs of war to wage it. Chair- nnd deep love for home. So. that ing health for a long time. Mr. Cor- the Rev. George Thompson, asking man f'nindcn cogently dcscribid the man who serves his party and coun dier was u nn tiro of Louisville hav that ho conduct services over the situation in his addtess to the cdi-to- try by actually contributing to its ing been born on Sept. 25, 1813. He graves, and third was to Thomas flRriiLsiiiHLsiiiiiHkLsiiiiW support und giving to it his personal nas married to Miss Augusta Col- Lee. father of his divorced wife. in part as follows: Singleton had made his home in "We did not realize beforo ns we service will cxperienco a new love of lins in ChrUtiunbuig, Ohio, August iLsiiK JststoWHvjHLsiiLsiiiiHiLsiiiiiiiV do now, that el cry campaign fin- party and country, which in tlrn will 24, 1871, und to this union four Indiana for the past few years. Last anced by the incorporated interests pi oie the bulwark and stability of children were born, Mrs. II. C. liar Spring his wife secured n divorco was in effect a deadly blow to the our form of government. moil, of Dayton, Ohio, L. S. Cordier, from him on the ground of abandonWoodrow Wilson stntids before of Lebanon Junction, J. F. Cordier, ment. Rumor had it that she had development of patriotism in the1 The ' Republican the tuition ns a magnificent example of the same place, and Will Cordier been in correspondence with a inaa Ameiicau people. in Ohio whom she wns soon to mar- party i responsible for this con of patriotism and exalted courage. of this city. valiantly l.v. singleton returned to tlie comMr. Cordier fought dition for it, has been a vast com- Let us on our part uphold him with 1 mercial body out for leveiiue only, crptal energy, courage and efficiency throughout the war, having enlisted munity where he hud lived, a short and those interests which contribut- mid see that he is not left to the in the 17th Kentucky Infantry. He time ngo, nnd the report of Mrs. marriage humiliation of asking his persjiial came to this county thirty one years Singleton's approaching ed most liberally to its success He Ihe largest measure friend tv pay our candidate out of ago and had resided here since. He to another man reached him. in isiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiHfr iTs t j was a prominent and respected citi- brooded over the news, and Friday ol protection through the provisions debt. The seasoned politicians laugh nt zen of his community, respected nnd morning went to flic homo of J. R. of ils laiiff Inns. I can hardly bethem-Pcli- e the idea of the .successful fruition esteemed by nil with whom he came Nelson at Eubank, nnd borrowed a lieve that the corporations foresaw tho results of their of populnr subscription. Ten years in contact, 11 faithful soldier in war pistol, saying that he wns going liberal contributions', for I am sure ago we would have agreed with them und a splendid citizen in every sense squirrel hunting. Instead he went that no set of men could be found but. gentlemen of the pres of Ken- of tho word, lie wns n life long mem- to his former home, where his . was living. tucky, the Democratic Party cnll. ber of the Christian church, and a LAURANT'3 WONDERFUL HAND3. who with that end in view could In It is believed from the condition such deliberate traitors to their on yon to make it as clear as the member of tho Odd Fellows lodge, noonday sun to the people, that this under whose auspices the funeral in which things Were found, that This latest mjstery has been especlallj cottnhy. built to replace his great mystery. "The When wc now pome to think nbottt pottlnr subscription is a test of the wns conducted this nfternoon nt 3 she wns kindling a fire in the stova Witch of the Klamc." It Is entirely it, the Democratic party docs not enlightened nnd patriotic manhood o'olock, in Duffnlo Cemetery. Ser- in tho kitchen to get dinner, when different in every way. "The Soldier, want ils campaign financed either of the country. I?y that test it will vices were conducted nt the home he entered the house. It is thought the Priest and the Devil" is a combi- on a charitable or on a philanthro be known if the people nre really by Mr. J. C. McClnry. that he stole up and shot her withnation of effects during which Ijiurant picnl out saying a word, as the bullet You gentlemen of the ready nnd desirous of taking charge assumes three characters at nluiost one press bai. which ended her, life entered the High School News can make it easier for the dis- of their own government. ond the same time. An escape Is made back of her head, and it is apparent trict, county nnd precinct chairmen, (By James Cooper) In full view, nnd instantly nu appearthat! she sank To tho floor dead in i The Freshmen and Sophomores her tracks. Then it ance is made In tho person of "the if you will make it plain nnd inspire w.13 that Single.-to- n the Deinocrnev with the thought ' Literdevil." reoigauizcd the High School sat down to a table, and wrote Supper." which Mr that there will be no money furnishRoll of Honor Mr. the notes before he In the "Wizard's ary Society on lust Wi'due-dntook his own Lincoln Democrats Lnurnut present, the nudlence is treat- ed from henddttarters to pnv men lo Jesse Docker '10 was elected presi- life. He told his boys good-by- o in .ote, or politely translate, there will ed to many dishes of magic cookery. dent by a few votes, while Miss his letter to them, stating thnt his be no moiifv for the purpose of seeIlaney was elected Mary M. time had come to leave this world, ing that "the vote is gotten out" or Miss Elizabeth HolU-clnnnd that he wished they wOitfd lay "for taking can of the floater!"; In response to the appeal fo pubwas chosen as becretar1'. The him by the side of his wife in tho that the Democrats are expected to lic spirited citi7ens to first urogram to be held in our cemetery. vote because they believe in the prin- with Woodrow Wilson in his intcn-tt'o- n school's auditorium will bo the 4th Elmer Singleton, who had made ciples of their party because they to accept no money from tiny of October. All are invited to his home with his mother, had left love it. becaue they believe it to interests, in the financing attend the opening exercises of the home earlier in the day, and was the safest nnd best expression of of the campaign, the I. J. has open- society. working clearing out some timber government lor our country. of citizens Miss Elizabeth BLBBBBBBBBb some distance from the house. He tf BBBBBBBBBLb iw hope Hint the shifting f the Let ed an Honor Roll ns-- it thoe the good been absent a fewMatheny, '14, has did not who lire willing to in days on uccouut ImBhBhB hear any shots, nnd it was ,.f fiiiuiifiui' Hip ,..., fight. Cheek should be made pay- of sickness. not until he came home for dinner pmgn from the intcre-- l to the shoulSaMBMBMBMBMBJHJBs',MBMBMBMBMBMBMBJ abable to W. O. Davis, Tien., and all Mr. Silas Audeison, '10, was thnt he discovered the double tragders of the peope will pound the knell received will, be acknowledged by sent last week. edy. A neighbor living a short disof "peanut polities." the I. J. in these columns and forThe Stanford High School Foottance away had heard the shots. Ho The American neonlo have been so warded to the campaign treasurer. ball team played the first game uf said that there seemed to be an inbusy developing our national resou- Contributions so far received are: the season on the lucal gridiron terval of about thirty minutes berce, oiiening mines, laying out towns Tuesday nltctiioon ugaiust the town tween them, which would account . .1.00 and citie. building railways and II. C. Carpenter team. Tho game was merely a factories, and Mihjiignting the for- Shell 011 Sau f ley $'o.00 practice game, and showed up tho for tho time that elapsed between VaBHiaTBHrJBHiBTaBBaiaBW the death of Mrs. Singleton, nnd Kcndriek Alcorn est und other great ugeiieie neces. kBBSlBKHBBBBBcnni lii'ih school's new material, however Singleton's b,elf destruction, which sary to promote modern civilization. being sixteen to was occupied by a usual the score him in writing his HEARTY WELCOME that they aie jut waking ut to the nothing. Several of tho high school farewell letters. fact that our political parties bale boys were out of the game, thus acYoung Mr. Singleton was prosbeen carrying 011 a charitable bitsi-li- Is Given New Methodist Pastor at counting for tho small score. The trated by the sight that met his so fur a our citirenliip has line up and summary is as follows,: eyes as he stepped into the house. Service Sunday Night. MAGICIAN LAURANT AND HIS ASbeen concerned, which if peritcd S. 11. S. Left end Will Wood; He speedily notified neighbor, and SISTANTS. in. will eiciitually enervate and enleft tackle, Scott Hamilton; left hi brother, Yemen Singleton, who The tuiiiistei and various slave gtiiiiil:. Hi own mid SbnnU; centre, Dnto for the fne numbers of the btfstnc. the will of the electorate. A of Xluiiford gave He v. Will Grimes; right gnatd, Harvey is employed by the Cincinnati South-eof begging, barIn given in eimri which nn t.i railroad at Danville. Tho latter S. 11. Giver, the ueiv pastor of tho Wilkinson; right tackle, tering nml coercing funds to run Joe Hill ; Shiiifuiil an as follows: to the scene nt once, and in their campaigns, wliieh the i'.divid-w- il Methodit chinch. ! iwuin wclcnm right end, Joo 1 locker; left half V't-iOctober L'2 The Iloyds. in song citizen should tnke pride in al that church Sunday night. The back, Silas Anderson; right half fullillment of their fnther's desires ami story. way to Hev. hack. Sum Lmbry; full back, Boyco laid their parents, side by side iu furnishing themselves, r,n,l u.x other chinches gave November .'10 -- Lnurnut. the Magithe cemetery nt Eubanks 'iioniit tealopsly Kimrtl a. their Giecr and after he had preached a lluiiii:. fimrter-b.ie- k Spalding Hill. vice- in the church b- - Rev.after sercian. Ball and special personal prerogative and stiolig sermon on Siiiumiii. Hev. Town Team Albeit Holtzclnw, nt the cemetery by Rev. Thompson. December X ii Lytic. Mi nee, of tin l'lesbyterian church, left end; Winfred Duncan, left tackin'ivilege. Jan. "JS. Both the young men, who nre well It i aid that the American people and Hev. I). M. Wnlker. of the le; Eliuont End- -, left guard; Walter Feb. il- '- Fraternity (iltv Club. liked and highly respected by all love fair play, an, I believe it. It is Christian church, extended him 11 Carman, centre; Milton Povro'l, who know them, have sent tickets for (he cu- also said. the sympathy mot hearty welcome to the city. light guard; lttts-e- ll Brown, right ttle course nu now on sale at I'en- - nation. I Hint we nre a courageous Rev. .lone, of the Haptifc church, tackle. Alfred Ends, right end; of all in their hour of grief. believe that also, for one Ding Store at r'J.oO and if'J.IIO of these conditions cannot exist wa physically unable to attend the Walter Singleton, left half back; f.ir lln entile eoitte. Seat tuny be without LOCAL PYTHIANS the Now. no xine service but phoned the new pastor John Field, light half back; Hay lo-ed for (ho five numbers at would cv,.r other. accuse its, n n people. that hi nnd hi congregation were Powell, full back; Howard Newland, the lime tickets aie secured. No Go To Louisville To Attend Grand higher class - nf entertainer- - has 01 oeiug iiucKiieatied and a nation of more than delighted nt having so Uitrter-bacLodge Session. 1001. men let u. n people, drop gtiod and stioug u man locate in Touchdown J. Hill; S. Hill and ever been offered at the opera house pretense, be honest with outselves, their midst. S. Embiy. Score S. II. S. 10, town here. Quite n number of seals lino and Rev. Greer was very much moved team 0. Goal kivfc J. Hill. look the situation now confrontW. II. Wenren, J. L. Beazley, John Tho-- i .ilrendv been bought. who ing by the kind words of the preachers us and Mr. Harry Fanner '15, was ab- Englemaii, T. II. End, und Ii. T. I'ltne tickets first obtain choice of V100.' squniely ,'l"'",e frankly in the und in a brief talk he expressed his ' 1,nvu r, Bruce, went to Louisvillo this morn-- eats. sent hist week. Mis Lucilo lls " n man ,f the highe-- t delight he had been sent to labor MO has been out of ing to attend the Grand Lodge meet, among such good people as ho knew several days on uccouut of school ii'g of the Knights of Pythias as intellectual mid moral percent ion Standinq In The Richardson sicklies Staufoid had. and tleielopment, which nt her sister, Miss Mjirv K. Dud delegates fiom Diadem Lodge of Store's Diamond Rinq Contest matcher by hi. high courage, i, ,my ilerur, but her many friends will bn this city. The session lusts three lie tells Dinsmore's Voice Fails Him glad to know she is improving mp duy.s. Mis- - Lttev McConl .. ': positively that he has not and .151.400 iwll not accept campaign money Diiisiiiore, It is estimated that nearly a thouMiss Georgia Well .. i:i:i,ood I10111 li of. J. V. Congress inDid Moose idly. Lillio lticorpoititcd interest. Mi-- s Miss Every cuudidate for this disWilinott, '10 lm beeu sand new member. will be taken into Annie Allan, . . . . lS.U.')0 one kiioiv-- that it Hikes u good tho order during the convention, in Stanford uway from school for 11 day or so. Mi sum trict, did not speak . Ilattie Leigh ... money to conduct national Saturday night as advertised. Ali-- s A debating society was 'organized whiih begins Tuesday and continues It Alma t'o-b- y .. . . . i,aoo ol t. so Min ,lat Wo(((U is snid thnt his oratorical efforts ut by the Junior mid Senior classes mi throughout Wednesday and ThursFlora Minor . . . . ."i'JUO ion; Wilson and hi immediate King's Mountain, Crab Orchaid, and last Wcdncstlny. The cln.e were day. . 10.0110 Mis Laura Kelley . . . ought not und pcihaps can. lltistoiiville, put his voice out offiuvidfd into teams, and on the sec- All officers of the Grand Lodge Miss iiui Lyons ', . . . ,. H.K.Itl 1'i.t pay these bill.. Now having business, so that he was compelled ond and hist Friday afternoons of will be there and business of itr.por-eauMiss I'aulini Taylor . . the corpoiations will be tiuiisttctcd. it the stump for u short time, each month the team are to debate. mid tittsts tti Xlis Grace Jelliies . . .'lo.tiuo tioni contributing t u,0 t.altl,.,i;,n to permit hi throat to recover, lie Mr. Joe Hill i preidetit of the soLexington Lodges imidc strenuous Miss Mamie Jones . . . . :i!),5ll0 lunt , if the tank mid file do not may peak here later. ciety and Mis Josephine Carpenter efforts to capture the prize otfeted ,. U0.400 Mi. La Yinia McGruw discharge their obligation to them. Mi-- s is to act as secretary and treasurer. by the Giantl Lodge to the subordiAlice Dm bam .. . :is,70(i elve and their party by contii-billin- g Why nro Sue Bennett Mcmoriul This is something new for our nate lodge, bringing the great it num. :ir.:)7o Mis Doiuibelle West . to tbi fiuid. what ha the school graduates always successful T school. Oar fiist meetiug will bo ber of candidates to Louisville for Mis HcssL Wiight . . . 120,000 Mi-s left to look to? Ik'cntibo they acquired character as held on Friday. Oct. 4th. All kinds of initiation, but from present indicaSusie Itohutt ... . a 1,700 National Committee there i. only one clas left, that well as ability. good reading . 20,800 Mis Lula Seivell . . . material are lo be tions jt looks us though lvv lodge, is, Now, 1 waru Miss Mary Heck , . . . ordeied so that we might select of Henderson, bus secured the larg..'JS.I.IO you the iich people. in all earnestness that if lhee Quick Settlement, Cash no Discount. beneficial subjects for our debates, er number of candidates. Ivy Lodge Miss Doru McAiicloy . . 27.000 Miss Hlauclie Dunn . . . 2((.(!."il) campaign expenses nre left to be Having lost my baru and contents mid might read up on our subjects, has already secured (ill candidate, paid by a limited number of rich Miss Christine Noskn . which is more than any of the oth. 2:1,000 by firo on the 20th day of Septem- as often ns we can find time. MLib Mary Cluiksou . er lodges in the stale have secured. ..20.000 people, insteud of by all tho people, ber 1012 ut 1:30 11. 111., mid having Miss Elsie Alstott ... Abo Hcuick. tho big Clark coun...20.500 the country will not greatly be settlement made on tho 27tb day of There will Himuly bo 11 September 1012 nt 12 o'clock a ra., ty stockman hns announced for the Miss Anah l'ruitt . 21,000 If vou know of the real value of The" demn. I take pleasure . 13.800 slutting of the scenes. Miss Clara Martin ... in recommending legislature and says if elected will Chamberlain's Liniment for lame back soreness of the muscles, sprains and . i:i.700 gogues will hold forth nnd inflame Jese D. Wenren, Miss Gracie Luwson . The Insurance bo a candidate for Speaker. rheumatic pains, you should nsrer . 10.100 the masses nguiust the nch, nnd you Man, of Stanford, Miss Elizabeth Carter Ky., for the 11.100 know, gentlemen of the nress, thnt above nromnt and liberal settlement. Muhlenburg county went dry Sat- wish to be without it. For sal by Miss Josie Walker 10,000 would not Im fair piny. W'e do not (Signed O. Iu Penny. urday by 2,200 majority. Mis Fied.i Seltsmer R D. ITOLTZCLMY. '. J 4jf J A DEMOCRATS , iJt m mxmmmi fHill""C'i 1 aVBillllLsV wK ts iBtllaV ..milllllllllllllllHiLsH'f wmmam... ex-w- ife $$0-$S- .. y. 0 w k Oft self-seeki- mxBHBHK ", Poii-isti- ng m Ho-to- Miis-ii-a- t Ue-eiv- oi T 'i n H- k. il 11 Dud-tlera- ).. cam-I'aigt- is elita-mat- ce ) 11 , CG-1- 0. .... 'SJ- - K mm& A(HHtdty 'JT, ". ,..i 1 . ' ' t I THE, INTERIM JtWHWAL STAwPtllt. KtWTUCKYTUEKAY. tCTOfCR I. 1112. In tM mm af U VERY IEST SCHOOL, NORMAL FIVE SCHOOLS IN 0ML.-H- I6H fRADEO SCHOOL SCHOOL OF MUSIC. COMMERCIAL Sw Binnitt Mimonal Schiof MnIi Mt. "HOOL SCHOOL he 1 Interior Journal M. Mrs. II. C. Catron visited friends Khu's Maintain are having plenty of rain in in' Danville Suturduy afternoon. this pnrt of the county and postures Wc Old HELTON BATjrLXT. .Proprietor A YXAB BTRICTLT IN ADVANCE J. C. LEWIS, PriMlpal, MMiiliJ- - tno For For For For For For For Krltttt tun f m.u iMfitr t pettctfiei tl Sttnord itf Men's Work Shoes It does not matter much if your feet get wet along those hot summer days, but when the chill and cold comes you T. frit T1IOS. R. MARSHALL. Vcngu$t 1IARVEY HELM E. V. fURYEAR Vomllh'i Alt Circuit (.UtkJ, F. I10LDAM JMprlrotc W. M. FIELDS MoffMtratlU. C NLWLAND DEMOCRATIC TICKET Trttidtnt WOODROW WIL80A. f The announctrornli In thli column art ol cindidttts (or older, uljrct to tbe action of tbf Dcmocntlc prlmtrjr. No nnrmsrfmcnU will nclrit paid for In adrmco: For Kivmiiilotitr. V1UOIL MeMULLIN. For Skrrit H. S. JJI'"HMAN B. W. OIVENS , J. U. WF.ATHKKFOKD T. J. HILL For Count ludgt T. A. RICK II. F. NORTH Political Announcements t n, . must keep them as near dry as possible. While there is not a leather shoe made under the sun that is guaranteed water proof (if there was we would have it for you,) yet there are plenty of good shoes nearly so. We offer you the best that money can buy. No mortal can do more. We furnish you shoes, all leather, good leather, at $2.00 and $2.50, and then comes that best of all work Shoe, "Menzies," at $3.50, $4.00, $5.00 and $7.50, in Black, Tan and Smoke colors. Then the "Witch Elk" at $7.50 and $10.00. Nowt these are all shoes for the man who labors to make a dollar in. PEYTON PAKRtSII DEDOKDE DINK FARMER WILLIAM H. HESTER W. A. CARSON UE01U1E Ftr JUtr For Atititor P. L. BECK H. 31. OWENS R. II. BRONAUOH P. C. SANDIDOE J. U. I300NE W. T. OAKNER LAFE MORGAN x , William C. Long, H. J. McROBERTS STANFORD, KENTUCKY The Farmer's Friends t Superior and Peoria Grain Drills Call and see the new stock i I W.H.Higgins Stanford, Ky. Automobiles Overland, Model CO, fully equipped, used a short while as a demonstrator. Cannot be told from a new car, $1,100. Overland, Model 61, fully equipped, same as new $1,400. 6ix cylinder, 40hoTse power fully equipped $050. Overland, Stearns, 7 passeneer, new body, new top and windshield, extra casing $700. Mitchell, Model K 30 horse power, B passenger, fully equipped and new tires in rear $500. Overland, Model 41, 40 horse power, newly painted, new top, with full equipment $600 Uupmobile, delivery truck, 800 lb capacity, just the thing for grocerymen, $500. We are constantly taking second hand cars in trade for new will cars. Let us have your wants. Our 1013 line of new cars U ready to demonstrate, by August 20th. next 30 days: We have the following bargains to offer, if sold within the JNO. FM THC 0. REID, Sales Agent, CO. CINCINNATI. JIHMCIJIt AUT0M0IILE 6. Junction City. Mi. William Trospjr has returned Roosevelt says he is out to break from n visit to hU mother, Mrs. the solid south and will carry Okla- Mary Trosper, in Barbour vil'e. Mrs. N. Kricncr has returned to homa. Maryland, Georgia and North Carolina. We have fifteen iron men lier home in Paris after n visit to in onr inside pocket that say he will Mr. Louis Kriener and family. The Embroidery Club met Thursnot carry a single one of them. day afternoon with .Mw Knthenne Wells. Delightful refreshments John C. Mayo gave $5,000 and J. were served. N. Camden $2,500 to the National Mr. B. L. Frost has resigned his Democratic Campaign fund. Ken- position us bookkeeper with the tucky is proud that such patriotic Cumberland Grocery Company. He democrats belong to her. will be succeeded hy Mr. L. T. Rankin, of Somerset. Mr. Frost returnThe Trusts and Roosevelt ed to his home in Alabama. When Governor Wilson stated Mr. that the trusts gTew and flourish- African Robert Wilson, a returned missionary, delivered a leced faster under his administration ture upon the subject of his travels than ever before in tbe history of at the Christian church Thursday the country, Colonel Roosevelt threw evening. several fits and indulged in his usMr. Charles Rosel has had a porch ual intemperate language in denounc- erected to his storeroom just west ing the charge and the man who the depot. made it. But Governor Wilson is of Miss Irene Lyons, Masters not given to making statements that Charles, William and Herman Lyons are not supported by the facts. spent Sunday with their parents, Senator La Follette, one of the Mr. nnd Mrs. Charles Lyons near most progressive men in the Repub- Brodhead. lican party, who was ruthlcsslv cast Misses Gertrude Sara Richaside by Roosevelt in his inordinate ardson and Mr. W. and Richardson, T. ambition to be President again, makes visited Mrs. T. A. Campbell in Richthe statement, after full investiga- mond Friday. tion, that when Roosevelt became Mrs. B. D. McGraw and Miss President tho total amount of the visited Mrs. John bond issue of all combin- stone in Danville last Forrest stock and week. ations and trusts, including the railMessrs. G. D. McCollum and Jns. ways then in combination, was only D. Shelby from Libhave $3,731,000,000. When Roosevelt erty, where they returned the fair. attended turned the country over to Taft the Hall, of Danville, Miss of the trusts stopped rlorencc LnYinin McGraw total capitalization with Miss and combinations amounted to the en route to Bnrbourvillc. enormous emu of $31 072,000,000. Mrs. L. T. Rankin, has returned more than seventy per cent of which from a visit to her mother, Mrs. was water. Prices were put up on Sears, in Somerset. transportation and on the products Mr. E. B. Thompson, of Mt. Verof the mines nnd factories to pay non, visited friends hero last week. interest nnd dividend on this fraudMiss Agnes Green, of Perryville, ulent capitalization. No wonder the isited Mrs. Willinin Trosper and Trusts are favorable to the third other friends here Friday and SatThey know by experience urday. She teaches this year tenner. at that they can get all they want with Caldwell's church. him nt the head of the government. Mr. and Mrs. Orcn S. Lingle, of St. Louis, Mo., nnd Mr. Charles LinA Severe Sickness Leaves gle, of Burgin, visited Mr. and Mrs. The Kidneys Weak S. T. Lingle over Sunday. Mr. II. S. Hocker, of Columbus, After recovering from a severe spell of sickness some time ago, I O., wns the guest lust week of Juncwas all run down and suffering from tion city friends. Misses Annie and Sadie Cosby poor blood. I would have puins in my back and hips an my kidneys are in Parksville, visiting Mis? Tod-di- e Cozatt. bothered be nil the time I started upon the reMiss Pinkio Swan, of Danville, taking Swamp-Rocommendation of n friend and found vas a recent guest of Miss Anuie it wus just what I needed. My Atkins. Mrs. E. A. Brown, of Parksville, blood became all right and after taking a few bottles, I was surpris is with her daughter. Mrs. Marv E. ed at the effect it had on my kid dlankln. Miss Lucy Ilankla visited Misses neys. They were entirely cured nnd and Luln Mny Hays at I havo much to be thankful for that Margaret Mitchellsburg over Sunday. your great remedy did for me. .Mr. Walter Trosper, who has been Yours very truly nppotnted L. & N.. agent at this W. O. BLACKMON, . Phenix City, Ala. place, has rented the J. M. Keane Sworn to and subscribed before house and will move his farailv here me, this the 14th day of July 1009, from Brodhead in about two weeks. His daughter, Miss Elizabeth Tharp, W. J. Birs, Justice of tho Peace. has visited hero frequently nnd has many friends in this city. Letter te Mr. S. T. Lingle leaves today for Dr. Kilmer ft Co. Greensburg, where he has been apBinnhamton, N. Y. pointed agent of the L. & N., d Co. His family will continue Prove What Swamp Root Will Do to live here for a few weeks, when For You. they, too, will go to Greensburg. Send to Dr. Kilmer & Co., N. V., for a sample bottle. Mr. Lingle has been ngent here for It will convince anyone. You will 20 years nnd a better man does not also icceho a booklet of valuable live. Jnnction City people will miss information, telling all about tho Mr. Lingle and his excellent family, kidneys and bladder. When writing Ilis daughter, Miss Louclla, will re be sure to mention the Stanford In- main here until the school in which terior Journal. Regular fifty cent she teaches is out. She will board and size bottles for sale with her bister, Mrs. J. R. White-hous- e. t all drug stores. . . .. ed. Ln-Vinot rail-roaBing-hamton, one-doll- ar Uooscvclt told what lie knew nt the time to be a deliberate and totally uncalled for falsehood when lie said at Joplin, Mo., this week that the bosses had turned down Champ Clark and had caused the nomination of Woodrow Wilson by the dcmociatic convention. He wns trying to stir up soreness among the democrats of Missouri by such n statement, but he will be tremendously mistaken. The extreme to which this man will not go to get his own way has not yet been measur- nrc looking well. Mr. Jntncs O. Cannon, n promis ing young man of Myers, Ky., after spending a pleasant vncation witn his uncle, Gcorgo II. Cannon nnd other relatives, of this place has returned to Kentucky Wesloyan College at Winchester, Ky., whero he will graduate this year in the higher branches of education. Tho writer wishes him a successful year and would be glad, if wc had many more men like him. Mis I.elia Smith, a charming young lady of King's Mountain, has ictumed homo after a very pleasant visit with relatives in Ludlow. Cora Alfred is btnying with Mrs. Bertha Dtiiiaway. and attending school nt King's Mountain. Rev. G. II. Cannon nnd wife, havo returned to their homo after an delightful visit with relatives, both in eastern nnd northern Kentucky. While Russell Thompson was riding very fast n few days ago, his hor.--c Mumbled and threw him to the siound rendering him unconscious for several hours. Quite a large crowd ntlcnded the teachers' meeting at King's Mountain Saturday and all reported a good time and plenty to cat ou the irrounds and good talks and recitations. Mr. Edward Murphy and family left Sunday for Cincinnati to visit relatives for a few dnvs. Mr. and Mrs. Claude Hutchison of Alabama, have returned home after a visit to relatives at this place. Rev. George Thompson, of Ky., 'while calling on Oris daughter and friends hcrp attended tho prayer meetinc nt the M. E. church and delivered an interesting sermon to an attentive crowd. Whooping cough is around in the neighborhood nnd several of the children here have not had it. Eu-bnnmid-we- DEMOCRATIC SPEAKINQ in Age But Modern in Ways Campaign To District le Opened In Eighth Next Monday The Demociutiu speaking campaign in Kentucky will be launched lrmii ecoics of slumps next Monday winch is the lirst Court Day in October. Tiic first 'bpcukuitt in the i.ighth district will bo held ut and Richmond next Monday, which is court day nt these On the second Monday, places. democratic speaking will be had at the court house iu Stanford. Just who will he here has not finally been determined us yet. Efforts are being made to obtain Congressman Swager Sberley, of Louisville, whu is uu exceptionally fuio speaker, to deliver several speeches iu the Eighth district. A number of demdesue to ocrats have expressed hear Gov. Beckham speak iu this section. He was one of the original Woodrow Wilson men mid is very popular throughout this part of the stilt c. liar-luUsbu- rg -- The FIRST NATIONAL BANK, of Stanford is the oldest institution in this section of the state, having been organized March 0, 1854. A bank to have stood tho panics that havo occurred in the past C8 years must be all right. This bank today is stronger and better thnn it ever wns. While old in ago it is modern In method. Our patrons, and they are many, will testify to the fact that we take care of them in a manner both pirn sing nnd satisfactory. Your pntronago is respectfully nsked. Remember onr pledge of courteous treatment nnd honorable dealings. Our directory includes some of the most prominent business men nnd farmers in this section of tho county. Try us. H. C. IAUCHMAN, Cashier. J. S. HOCKER, Pres. W. W. SAUNDERS. Ind. S. T. HARRIS, Vice Pres., J. R. HARRIS, leokkeeter. Mt. Moriah Most of the tobacco in this section has been housed nnd corn cutting is next iu order. Mrs. W'nltcr Hall left Monday for Nebraska, after an extended visit with her phrents here. Mr. Willie McOuffey spent last week in Louisville. Aunt Lizzie Bastiu has been quite sick. Mr. T. W. Hutchinson, of Stanford, spent a few days with his sou here. Mrs. Kate Muiphy nnd hcildcrn have returned to their home nt Frankfort. Several days ago. little Minnie W'arfield attempted to jump on u wugou nnd fell. One wheel ran over her shoulder, but fortunately she was not seriously hurt. Mr. Grovcr McGuffey and bride spent n few days with relatives here this week. Mr. and Mrs. Gene Hutchison spent Saturday in Stanford. Mr. Kclley McGuffey and Miss Susie Chestnut were married last Wednesday by Rev. J. M. Long. We extend to them our heartiest congratulations. Rogers, of Crab Miss Bertha Orchard, has been the recent guest of relatives here. Mrs. John Meier, of Danville, spent a few days here last week with Mr. and Mrs. John Meier. Holly W'arfield and Georgo Reed cut 1,030 sticks of tobacco one day last week from 15 minutes to 3 o'clock to C. Who can bent this T Mr. Dave Goodpasture, of Lexington is here with telntives. Mr. 'and Mrs. James McGuffey, of Louisville, is visiting Mr. nnd Mrs. C. B. McGuffey. Mr. nnd Mrs. Arch Bnstin returned to their home at Nelsonj Ky., after spending a few days with Mr. and Mrs. M. S. Bastin. Mr. Mullins, f Crab Orchard, wns the truest of his son, Mr. W. T. Mullins Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. John Faulkner are receiving the congratulations of their many friends upon the arrival of a beautiful little daughter at the here. Mrs. Slack Goodpasture, of Lexington, is visiting here. Mr. Shermnn W'arfield went to Danville Sunday to accompany hi, mother here. Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Sexton, of Hnrrodtlmrc, spent last week with her motlier. Elder J. A. Karr has begun n series of meeting nt .Mt. Mnrinh. All are cordinlly invited. Rev. II. R. Mills is assisting Bro. Karr in his meeting. A TEXAS WONDER. The Texas Wonder cures kidney and bladder troubles, removing gravel, cures diabetes, weak and lame backs, rheumatism, and all irregularities of tbe kidneys and bladder in both men and women. Regulates bladder troubles in hildrcn. If not sold by your druggist, will be sent by mail on receipt of $1 : One small bottle is two months' treatment, nnd seldom fails to perfect a cure. Send for testimonials from Kentucky and other states. Dr. E. W. nail, 2928 Olive street, St. Louis, Mo., Sold by Sbugars nnd Tanner. YOUNG MEN! Look at This English Style t5ha ! Ones That Are Selling e. We are showing the above in Bluet, Tans, Greys and They are all wool and the New Two-Tonare decidedly "the thing" for Fall. Let Us Dress You Once! Sam Robinson School Shoes 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? W. E. PERKINS Crab Orchard, Ky SPECIAL EXCURSION H. B. Northcott Dalp in Poultry, Eggs, Produce, Salt, Lime & Cement PHONE 153. CINCINNATI AND RETURN Sunday, 0CT0SER 6th $1 .501 Trip $1.30 Rsune Trip SPECIAL TRAIN fUun Stanford, Ky. Lvt. JUNCTION CITY 5:35 a.m. ASK TICKET AGENTS FOR PARTICULARS. 0 y' vti a.. mmimniiiiii mti eJiis:2 itnwiiniNiiOwifcniii nimim, ., "fFaRr' TUESDAY. OCTOiCR seed- ttH T7" k rTj . M. THE tTAHFOW INTERIOR JOMRWAL, STAMFORD. KENTUCKY SHORT LOCAL NEWS Improved clover nnd timothy er nt W. II. Higgins. We have just received our Fall shoes in Patents, Vicis, Velvets, GunMetals Etc. We handle the famous May Man-to- n line. You will V V""" 1 I '' f I I 1 find no better in quality and style at VfJZf If 'A ill right prices. Hughes, Martin & Co. Stanford. Ky. Mr. S. A. Phillips spent Sunday in Personal and Seclal. Loudon with relatives and friends. Pureley went Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Miss Until Tanner and brothers licro from I.aiicablcr Suturday. wire here from MeKiuiicy, Saturday Mr. Joe Mundny, of Bt. Louis. Mo. Mrs. It. C. Xunncllcy and danghas returned !im after a visit to ler, Com, of lliintonullf, were in Mntheny. Mis Mary Moirison town Saturday. MrK. Edgar Reynolds and sou Mr. and Mrs. Jamie Carpenter hero from Rtoen Owciit were and children, were here fiom Crab Snturday. Orrhnrd, Saturday. Mr. nn! Mm. Phil Thompson, of h Ciffev is spending hero in town J Mrs. days with her son. Capt., J. Pronchersville. Vitro n fnv Sat unlay. L. Coffey and family ut Frankfort. Mr. Dcrwood Singleton, of DanMrs. J. C. Lynn is tho guest of tho guest of Mies her husband ut Frunkfoit, for u ville, was here Snllic Fanner, Friday. few days. Rev. F. M. Tinder nnd son, Frank, Messrs. Holbert Itnstin nnd J. E. hero a short time Elmore, of Lancaster, were here of lincastcr, were Saturday. Sunday niKht. Mr. nnd Mrs. J. F. Cbappcll, of Ms. II. L. Witt, of Louisville, was quests of Mr. and Kiioxrillc. arc the the guest of Miss Vcrna Rout Inst W. M. Dishon Jo-ep- Mrs. II C. Wray and children, of Mr. Joe Will Kout nnd Miss Hettie of her Floyd, of llustonville, attended the Danville, were the gueU Saturduy. mother, Mrs. Woodio Hale cirrus here Saturday. Mrs. II. S. Orr, of Paris, is the Miss Effie Doe, of McKinncy, Kuest of Mr. nnd Mn. W. O. Speed was the guest of Mrs. IScttie Barnctt at llustonville Saturday. Mr. nnd Mrs. J. C. Reynolds have Mr. C. A. Cassidy, of Danville, has returned after n few days' visit returned from Cincinnati, wheie they have been for hevernl days. to Mihg Aunu Chancellor. Miss Mary Iturdcttc is the cucst Mr. Joe llnydcn, of Paris, arrived here Monday to spend several days of Miss Clnra Collier nt Crab Orch-nrrrith relatives nnd friends. Mru. Eliia Blain is at home again Mies Nell Bourne, of Lancaster, it the client of her sister, Mrs. W. after a protracted visit to Danville friends nnd relatives. K. Warner. Rev. P. L. Hrueo left on MonMr. nnd Mrs. T. J. Christcrson, day for n vp.it to hid funner. home and Mr. T. D. Stephenson arc visit-in- s Stephenson this .Miss Pattie at Spring Hill, Peun. lie exacts to ho gone three weeks. l.Mr. W. M. Bricht will Co to Miss Mary C. Englcinan, of Hrnd-docX. I). nrriel Sunday to he Imisville in the morninc to attend the gues--t of Mr. John Englemati nnd the Hankers Association. Miss Lillie Shugarii. of Richmond other relnlives. Judge Sterling Grimes has rctum-e- d has returned home nfter n visit to to his home at Cuero, Tex., nfter lmr hrother, Mr. W. K. Sliugars and his hrother, Mr. W. P. fa mil v. H visit to Grimes and other relatives and Mrs. .1 R. Cns and children, Anna friends here. Robert and William, of Brodhead, Mrt. J. M. Owsley nnd bahy, of have returned home after n visit to Chipley, Fin., who hnvc been vtsitinc her daughter, Mrs. L. H. Hilton. her brother. Mr. Welch Hoehcster Mrs. J. D. Paxton, went to Lannnd other relatives returned borne caster Tuesday to spend t,everal Mondnv. Idnys with her mother, Mr6. Jennie Mrs. J. H. Wright and hnhy have uoliinsoii. returned to their home nt McCombs, Walter Spoonnmore nnd Miss Miss., after n visit to her parent1, Bessie Sponamoro spent Sunday Mr. nnd Mrs. K. T. Pence. Her moth- with Mr. and Mrs. Snm Spoonnmore er went as far ns Louisville with in Danville. her. Mrs. J. F. Govcr and Mrs. Millie Bibb aro tho micsts of Mrs. W. II. Worshain at Corbin and Mrs. Mat Woodson, ut Middleshoro. Mr. J. W. Ilayden, of Paris, is hero to attend u meeting of the stockholders of tho Cumberland Vnllcy Land Co., tomorrow. Mrs. Mnttio Reed, of Parksville, Mrs. Dena Wjlia, of Pino Bluff, For Fourteen Years. Restored Ark., and Mrs. Everett Thomason, Millerbbunr, are the piests of To Health by Lydia E. Pink-ham- 's of J. II. Williams. Mrs. Mrs. J. 0. Liiiiston, of Crab Vegetable Orchard, and daughter, .Mrs. Claude Compound. Lvvte, of Davenport, Wash., were the guests of Mrs. Tinsley Spoona-tuor- e Eljrln, II).- -" After fourteen years of and other relatives here last Buffering everything from female com Mr. W. A. Carson, who will plaints, 1 am ai lasi Grand Lodge of Odd Felrestored to health. lows, tho Somerset this week, will be at tho "I employed and accompanied by his handsome best doctors even went to tho daughter, Miss Lottie Carson. J. K. ilaughmaii, one of the most' hospital for treat ment and was toiu prominent fnrmer3 in the West End, S fail there was no help for of the county, is leported ns quite me. But while tak- ill at his homo near llustonville, be's ing threatened with pneumonia. iiBSSSSSSSSSSMsfe' ing Lydia E. Ensign and Mrs. Caswell Snufley Vegetablo Compound I began spent several days Inst week with to improve and I his mother, Mrs. Sallie Saufley here. continued its use until I was made well." Mr. Saufley leaves this week to reMrs. HENRY Leiseuero,743 Adams St join his ship, tho U. S. S. Kansas. Mrs. W. E. Arnold and Miss Durfeel it my Kearneysville, W. Va.- -"I duty to write Bnd say what Lydia E. ham, of Dunvillo stopped over hero Pinkham's Vegetable Compound has between trains Tuesday on their done for mc. I suffered from female way to London to attend n missionweakness and at times fejt so mlserablo ary meeting. Mr. Will Sovernnce drove over to I could hardly endure being on my feet. and "After taking Lydia E. Pinkham's Shclhwjle in "3ii motor Vegetable Compound and following your brought Mrs. Severance home. Sho pedal directions, my trouble Is gone. has been in a Louisville hosnitnl for Words fail to express my thankfulness. come time, but her many friends I recommend your medicine to all my will ho glad to know sho is greatly 0. B. WHITTINGTON. friends. "-Col. Albert Jeffeis, J. C. McThe above are only two of the thou- Donald and S. M. Noel, prominent sands of grateful letters which are con- Frankfort stockmen, mine over stantly being received by the Pinkham Tuesday to attend the big sales of Medicine Company of Lynn.Majg., which J. II. ltnughuinn nnd W. C. Slinnks. show clearly what great things Lydia E. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Rector, lof Pinkham's Vegetable Compound does Columbus. Ohio, weio guefts this who suffer from woman's ilk. week for those of Mr. nnd Mrs. W. II. Wear-e- n If yon waat special adrlce write to nnd other friends here. iMrfs. Lt4U K. PlakksM Xedldae Co. (coal Rector was Miss Ella Tinsley, of 4atUI) LjBMaiH, Year letter will Rarbourville, and often visited hero eie4, read aad aaswered by a he IH atta la airm wsswmm as a girl. d. k, Mr. week. Spillmnn and other council members and take Chamberlain's Tablets to improve her disgestiou nnd rcgulntc be present. her bowels. For sale by Q. L. Penny Tho man who borrowed my rain-coat the Stanford fair is requestClean, home grown timothy seed My name is for sale. ed to send it home. L. M. Goodnight, San-for70-written in ink in the hack. R. S. Scudder, McKinncy. The implicit confidence that many Just received a nice line of ho people have in Chamberlain's Colic, papr nnd rrpndiii; cnrdn. Cholera and Diarrhoea Itcmcdy is Prices 2."jo nnd oOe ut Penny's the founded on their experience in the use of Hint remedy and their know70-Rexall Store. ledge of the many remnrkable cures of colic, dinrrhoca and dysentry thnt It would bo wrong to yourself to in has affected. For sale by O. L. take chnnecs to buy elsewhere Penny. when you can get peTl'ect satisfaction at .Miss Ella May Saunders. The big Hang circus played to large crowds here Saturday afterThere will be n box supper nt noon and evening. Ncul's Creek school houe next SatFew. if nnv, medicines, have met urday evenii'g. All are invited to with the uniform success thnt has attend. attended the use of Chamberlain's Colic, Cholern and Diarrhoea RemeUse Nesbitts Golden Ointment for dy. The remarkable cures nil skin diseases. It has cured and diarrhoen which it has of colic effected bloodpoisoii, tetter, ringworm, scalds in almost every neighborhood have head eczema, erysipelas, sores, given it n wide reputation. For It aIo cures injured stock. Price by 0. L. Fenny. 10 cents per jnr, manufactured nnd sold bv R. R. Benzley, Mt. Verntn. You want the best policy when 77-lKy. vou Insure. See Fish & Bromley. Stanford, Ky. Insure everything. The Crab Orchard tax books are ready nnd at the Crab Orchard John M. Farm, the hnstlin- - nnd Bank. Miss Ophelia Lackey, Treas- populnr young democrat of Garrard, urer. 771. nas been appointed the Eighth district's member of n Young Men's For Sale. Two passenger Buick WaIon Bureau 'which has been ornutomobile runabout C months. Ful- ganized to push the cause of the ly equipped except speedometer. democratic candidate among the Would consider a good gentle hir.e young men of the state. in trade for it. R. M. Arnold, DanSouthern Railway. 77-ville, Ky. Popular excursion Sunday Sept. For Sale Rhode Islan 1 Red hens 20th, between Louisville, Lexington, nt 75c nnd 50c; also White Guineas Danville, Georgetown, Lawrence-bun- r, Hnrrodsburg, Shelbyville, and at 51 apiece. One good bone cntter nnd one vegetable cutter nt $3. Mre. Versailles, nnd intermediate stations $1.50 between W. J. Edmiston, Crab Orchard. 749 in both directions. Lexington, Danville, Georgetown Louisville, for the round-triGood White Girl Wanted. Per- nnd limited to return of manent home and good wages. Ad- tickets Proportionately lowon date besale. rates 75-dress Box 272. Contween intermediate stations. sult any Southern railway agent or For Sale. Xear Stanford, well write II. C. King, CTA, Lexington, improved 200 ncrc blue crass farm, Ky., D. II. Todd, DPA, Louisville, good two story bouse big stock Kv., J. C. Beam, AGFA, St. Louis, barn with silo, plenty of everlasting Mo. spring water. For further information see nnd write Adolph VonGrue-nignReduced Rates to Lexlnqton Stanford or Fred VonAllmnn, Southern railway, account race Louisville, Ky. 34 and Bank street, trotting, horse meeting, Kentucky Tickets on breeders' association. For Sale. House and lot in sale Oct. Final limit Oct. Morelnnd; all necessary outbuildings 20th. Call on local agent for furplace well watered, cistern nt door. ther information. J. C. Beam, A. p Mrs. Addie Jennings.Morelnnd. G. P. A., St. Louis, Mo. at d. 1. 79-2- 1. p. 3. p; 4. n, Cth-19t- h. 75-8- A hnt Hint answers every demand Harry Bright of Danville, son of of style will bo found Wednesday, 11. C. Bright, lias been Oct. 'Jnd, nt my nntiimn displny of Mr. ami Mrs. to I'riwitc Secretary millinery come. Ella Mny Saun- appointed Judge John D. Carroll, of the Court 70-ders. of Appeal, who lepicseuts this district. No better selection could For Innd surveying call on M. C. have been made by the Judge. Kcwland, Route 1, Stanford, Ky. or phone him nt 30 W. Crab Orchard. Buuning up and 'down stairs, 7C8t-F- . sweeping nnd bending over making beds will not make n woman healthy missionary intilut to or beautiful. She must get out of There is n every day he hiM nt Morelnnd. Oct. Ith. .Mrs. doots, wnlk n mile or two 1. r : I. 1912. tSMsMlltnillMIMMINHMMIMUl 3 m Suits Dresses Coats in the very newest fall styles and designed by New York's best artists. at our store. They are now on display NORFOLK SUITS: Plain Suits with Robespierre Collars. Chinchilla Coats, Mackinaw Coats, Johnnie Coats, Serge Dresses, Silk Dresses, Corduroy Dresses. Come and Look! SEVERANCE & SON Preachersville. 4i)l at the Methodist church which are being conducted by Rev. J. J. Thomason, of Georgetown, aTe well attended. Large crowds out at each service. The order is good, the interest is and everything points to a meeting which will be productive of much good. The vocal and instrumental music is both very good and the solos by Miss Queen Tilman are well rendered, choice selections and are quite a feature of the meeting nnd highly appreciated. Mrs. James Moser, of the Paint Lick section, has visited her sister, Mrs. Levi Bell. ,Mis Queen Tilman, of Walton, Ky., is visiting her friends, Rev. and Mrs. J. E. Roberts at the parsonage. Mrs. William Xaylor is threatened with typhoid fever. Miss Willie Moore, the popular nnd successful teacher of the Preachersville school spent Saturday nnd Sunday with her father and sister nt Stanford. The revival services Lincoln County Naltioml Bank Corner Next to Courthouse. Stanford Ky, Capital SIMJOO $100,100 Surplus DIRECTORS-W- ho Direct the Manaqement of this Bank. Geo. W. Carter, Stanford. W. M. Matheny, Stanford. W. M. Bright, Stanford. A. T. Nunnelley, Stanford. W. D. Edmiston, Crab Orchard J. B. Pnston Stanford. S. J. Embry, Jr., Stanford. J. W. Rochester. Stanford. Lilburn Gooch, Stanford. W. H. Shanks, Stanford. R. L. Hubble. Lancaster. W. O. Walker, Stanford. W. II. Cummins, Preachersville. T. C. Rnnkin, Lancaster. Jno. N. Menefee. Sr.. Stanford, E. D. Pennington, CsfMnty Survayar General Farm Surveying 52-6R FIRE INSURANCE mmd STANFORD, KY. Phone 172, SURETY BONDS X.M.lfZWLAn Stanford, Ky. SUFFERED Oaio cm or Toumj. i has real merit An Article that f "" IK POV.fTT. Fniiloli. CnritT otnukt J. rath Ui.t h co. tnk should in time become populnr. That duiu rrirur tt. firm r. oiimi InutorM la lb Cnr ol Tolrdo, County ud sutc such is tho case with Chamberlain's aturruU. n4 ttul Mkl arm UI par " inn ot Cough Remedy has been attested by UOLUAIIS Jor each and ttrj ON'K HUNUREII cax ol Caubkii that canoot t tutrd IT Ue uar ol many dealers. Here is one of them. lliu.1 CAT1UUI lAkl. rr.AKK J CHE.NEV II. V. Hcndrickson. Ohio Falls. Ind., Bwora to bfor ni and tubwribrd m lay pmttotr. writes, "Chamberlain's Cough Remday ot lKmbcr, A. P.. itti. UU iib edy is the best for conehs, colds and A. W. GLEASOX. i i NOTiKT I'iklic. ( 1 croup, nnd is ray best seller." For Hallt Catarrh Our U Ulrn tnttrnallr and u sale by G. L. Pcnnv. dlrrvtly upon the blood and muroua furtact-- ol Ute stat or "i. EVERYTHING nt-te- MRS. Pink-ham- 131 acres of fine blue grass land, -1 mile from pike. All in grass exPARTY l'ltOOKEBSIVi:" THE cept 23 acres. 3 room cottage, porch ! th Indirldaal. man or woman, who uin Jolty KiJnry I'llli (or lacVacbf, ibtumatiam, etc., tobacco mid stock barn S0s3G Relieves Catarrh in One Hour waalc tack, and other kldnry and bladder Tenant house, new wire fence, nil t'olry Kidnry I'llli are The quickest and easiest way to itrrncthrmiir. loulc and quick to pro- buildings in good repair, well fenced open up vour mucus clogged head duce UnfOclal rrtolta. Coulaln no harmful 50 bearing apples trees, never faildruci. NcTrr told io bulk, l'ut up in two ing water. I'Vico $07.50 per acre. and freo tho throat from Catarrhal In ialcd Lotilra. in a iIjh lb tenulne ytUow package. secretions is to breatlio Booth's bbufari and Tanner. HUGHES & McCARTY. IIYOMEI. Don't waste your time with imHelp Needed in the Eleventh The democrats of the Eleventh possible methods; IIYOMEI has endDistrict earnestly believe that they ed the misery of Catarrh for thouwill can elect Hon. Ben V. Smith to sands of despairing sufferers; it give Congress. They know they can if do the same for you if you will they can get enough money to pay it n fair trial. Just breathe it; it kills Catarrh tho legitimate expenses of tho camLady Is Goedwitcr Describes Rer paign. This they ure in need of nnd germs and banishes Catarrh. A IIYan urgent n"penl is made to nil OMEI outfit, which includes inhaler, Distressing Experience ind Democrats who want to see Caleb costs $1. Separate bottles, if afterTells Hew She Wis Powers beaten nnd the district re- wards needed, 50 cents, at pharmadeemed, to send ut least one dollar cists everywhere. Money back from Finally Relieved. to Colonel Woodson Mny, member of 0. L. Penny is dissatisfied. 1heal-in- txnd lor tntlmonula. trrr. r. J. CIICNUY CO.. Toledo. O PruMUU. ?M. Tata llau'i ramilr Itlia tor cosattcstloD. Fold br all A Barnaul For Sale Smalt Country Farm I desire to Bell privately my home situated about 3 2 miles from' Stanford, Ky., on tho Rush Branch pike, nnd adjoining the lands of Mrs. G. C. Givens and Carson Cover. This place contains ten and one-haacres of good land, well fruited. Upon it there is a new dwelling house of sis rooms, two smalt nails ana porcn room, a new cistern ,two everlasting springs and nil necessary outbuildings. Fot particulars call upon or write to P. M. McRobcrts, Atty. at Stanford, Ky. LEWIS JONES. 1-lf Ford Auto. Model T ii LARAMORE TELLS JR01IBLES Riley Laramore, t little girl," says Mrs.from dyspepsia. "1 was a great sufferer Goodwater, Mo. ''Ever since 1 was the State Democratic Committee nnd .Malinger for Mr. Smith, at Somer- bCt. The I. J. prints fine stationery. Mrs. I suffered misery after eating, and had terrible heartburn. I thought I had to suffer this way as long as I lived, but when I began to take in small Thedford's doses, every night, the heartburn was all gone in a few days, and 1 could eat without distress. I took two small packages In all, and although that was some time ago, the dyspepsia has not returned. I speak a good word (or Thedford's whenever I have the opBlack-DraugBlack-Draught IN MAMMOTH CAVE Your Houst Nuis The Dry Fall Outing to Kentucky's Great Subteranean Wonder, or 200 Miles Under Ground Tuesday. Oct. 15 Arranged for private and select pnities, homo people and their visitors. River low, echo grand, and cavo I'ry. Tho time to see Mammoth Cave uheu at its best. Round-tri- p railroud fure $1.35 from Stanford nnd all way btntious on regular train 4:10 a. m. Board and Cave Hotel from arrival for dinner until nfter dinner following day, also including the two trips through the cavo for $5.50. Limit on tickets 10 days. Write or phone L. & N. Agent. 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 begins to fly. Hanna's Green Seal, the made to wear paints are the right kind to use. Formula with every can. For Sale by G. I. PRUITT. More, land, Ky., and L. L SANDERS, Crab Orthard, Ky. to be given away on Saturday, September 28th, is a Model T, price $590.00 f. o. b. factory. Meet me at Cummins & Wearen's store this week and I will be pleased to demonstrate this Car. The Car in Cummins & Wear-en'slwindo- w, portunity." It eating causes distress, we urge you It to try Thedford's cleanses the system, helps the stomach to digest its food, regulates the bowels, and Stimulates the liver. It acts gently aad i without bad altar Recta. Try It. Price 25c. Black-Draug- W. E. GLOVER, Agt, Stanford, Kentucky. t :, vl& - ? .' ,'mi'i . i... faagMj jj V. . Li t'., Hn' tytk. W (W.BSW kcl TWJT i l""'.'! " " ""fTf" "f w - Bm imi,iiM (T " -- r" , t 7thi fiiiiifimM )' nimn iiiiarnii ;v "? ' jj v . , 4 ..fnW!? H.,U.. "'.I THE STANFORD INTERIOR JOURNAL, STANFORD, KENTUCKY TUESDAY, OCTOIER I. ISI2. Court Construes Burial Law There is no law imposing on thoso who lmc chnrgo of tho burial of the dead the duty of accompanying it wilh n religious ceremony nnd "Hie custom of the country imiwsos nnlv the duty of decent burial. That is the corpse mint ho properly clothed nnd then placed in tho ground or i tomb, so that it will not becomo offensive or injurious to tho lives of otheis.' This wns the opinion of the Court of Appeals iu the case of I'olph Seaton against tho Common-wealtfrom McCrncken count v, wIiicK was reversed on tho ground that .the trial could should hnve n verdict for tho defondnnt. Dolo wns fined flfiO for burying In stwo weeks' old child in n woods lot on Ins farm, using n paper box for a coffin nnd covering the grave with loaves, so Hint his wife would h, Farm for Sale! If You Are Looking spring with well at door and acres in grass, 50 acres 50 yds distant. 150 young timber; new wire fence; new stock barn; new tobacco barn, 36x120 feet. Ideal for grain, hay, tobacco and stock; abundance of water; fruit trees; in good neighborhood, on turnpike, about 2 2 miles from R. R. station and good town with graded school, churches, etc. 2 mile from district school. Fall seeding privilege and possession January 1, 1913. never-failing for a farm priced right (for immediate sale) frame dwelling Don't overlook this; 6-ro- 1-- 1-- For further information, address, "T", care of INTERIOR JOURNAL, Stanford, Kentucky. and tobacco land if they p. FARM AND STOCK NEWS orchard IfavinjT decided not to farm tins fall I will have n sale, of stock at my plnce the middle of October. See J. C. Bailey, ndvertisomont ntcr. Crab Orchard. For Sale. Aberdeen Angus cattle both sexes; mules from colts to four year olds; thoroughbred boars It. II. Crow, ready for service. Shelby City, Ky, Ky., phone 8 two f. rings, Junction Ex. I will take stock on the Hail pasture from now on until Jan. 1st, at 1..10 per months. W. C. Shanks. - 70-t- f. Advertise your sale in the I. J. More farmers read it than any other country paper in the state. Two stray hogs are at my place; one black barrow, weigh about 150 and the other a white sow weighs about 123 pounds. Owner can get same by paying for keep and this ud W. T. Tucker, Stanford. For sale. Thorougbred Duroc gilts and boars, the old Ohio Chief strain, no better bred anywhere. A. 7G-- tf J. Adams. Hustonville, Now is the time tk have you tobacco insured, (jet n policy in the strongest company in the world 7C-from Fish nnd Bromley. W. C. Shanks will sell 50 head of mules, brood mares and Jerseys. 73-Oct. 1, 1912. Large sow came to my place Aug. 1st. Owner can get same by paying for this ad and her keep. John Powell, Moreland, Ky., R. F. D. 1. For Sale. One nice, coming three year old, Peacock filly, beautifll bay with two white feet and star; good size. Call on or address. Mrs. Sim 8t-Owens, Moreland, Ky.. For Rent. My farm of 80 ncres, 33 acres for small "rrain, 10 acres for corn, 10 ncres for crass, good Every stock buyer in Lincoln nnd most of them in the surrounding counties reads the Interior Journal. You can cover five counties completely by advertising your sale in CO-t7C-3- p. 2. C. p. will clean it off. A. L. Thompson, 77-3Stanford, It. F. D. No. 3 white and black spotted hound dog came to n" place nbout n month ago. Owner can get same by paying for keep and this adv. J. J. 77-Bcldcn, Stanford. For Snle. One pair of good work mules three Tars old, three good cows that will give milk all winter, three calves four shoats that will weigh about 80 pounds, nnd one Ouima Chief Separator good as new. A. L. Thompson, Stanford. R. F. 3. Stray, D. No. 3. 77-3- p Sale 175 bushels extra clean winter turf oats; also some fine seed wheat. J. M. Revnolds, Wnynesburg, Ky. For Sale. 11 cattle and 2 vears old, 7 steers nnd 4 heifers, 1 good old farm horse, work anywhere, gentle for women to drive. Call on me at Highland, Ky. J. S. Young 75-Lost. Pair black horse mules one 3 nnd one 0 years old, one has white spot on back. Please return 78-- 3 to Chns. Rankin, Hedgeville. For Rent. 20 ncres of wheat laud. M. B. Lytic, Phone 169 Y. F. 4. 78-8- G For For acres My farm of 250 acres for corn, 36 for wheat or oats, 50 acres in meadow, balanco in grass. Also has good Rent. 33 it. dwelling house, barn and all outbuildings. For further information address lira. Geo. Logan, Stanford, Ky., West Main street. 74tf For Rent. My farm of 120 acres Mrs. Jessie on Hanging Fork. 78. Stage, Stanford. For Sale. 50 bushels of seed barley. Apply to R. G. Pettus, R. F. D 77-2- p 2, Crab Orch'nrd, Ky. I will have for salo at Nunnelley's stock yards the dav of Bnughman's sale, three extra like Duroc Jersey boars, subject to register. D. E. 78-lProctor. Senntor It. L. llubble's crack racer, T. M. Green won the Boulevard stake-- , nt Louisville, Saturday at odd-- , of G to 1. p. Too late! 36 If I had only saved my monej I could have accepted this offer and spent my remaining days in comfort. But Now, It is too late! too late!!" This mau did not mmtmmMWMmarxi'?Jimt!:xwQ!Xiz 324 nnd drawn out misery. Mivo his money, thinking a chance to use come. When u splendid uppoit unity cuino lie had 110 money nnd doomed himself to lic in poveitv for the io-- t of his life blunting himself iverv lemninimr moment for his folly It would never Call Fsr Stock Law Electls Lanmttr Election Fhiht at Harrsrisbttra entertained Mis. J. K, Robin-o- n Voters registered in the larger Regular term Lincoln county meeting of the Woman's tho court, held August 12th, 1012. Hon. Club first Wednesday nftcrnoon. Resides cities of the Mnte today. The only piesiding. nn interesting program, appetizing trouble reported in this section wns Jnntrg P. Bailey, Judge, a fight in a Hnrrodsburg filling The petition of K. J. Tanner and refreshments weio served, otlieis wns this day filed in open A donation party was tendered booth between n Tnft mnn and n court, and is now noted of record, the new pastor, Reverend S. F. l'ol-li- tt HooscU'lt ndhcront in which tho Hull praying for a submission of the nnd family nt their home the Moocr knocked I he blares out of parsonage. Katables question whether cnttlo generally Methodist The democratic bhnll bo permitted to run nt largo on such as sugar, potatoes, lard, cof- the Tnft man. the public highwnjs nnd unenclosed fee, Hour, meat, fruit etc., wcro in sheriff of election, Frank McOor vey then threw out the Mooer. lands of Hustonville Magisterial nbtiidance. DUtnct No. 4. of Lincoln county, Miss Mnrgarct Morrison has been Kentucky. offered u position as assistant teachPosted rluntrna Forbidden. i'iiring from n consideration er in the D. & D., Institute in Indian-npol- is Wc, whoso names nro signed beand will leave October tho low, positively forbid nnv hunting of said petition that H has been signed by nioro than twenty legal oter thiid to begin her work. ' or fishing upon our promises: in and nre electors in who W. F. Scmonis, Wm. J. Beck, Fred On Monday afternoon Llder !'. M. Magisterial Dis- Tinder senled the desftny of two VonGntcnigan, O. Unumann, Chns. said llustouville trict. No. 4, that ut the time the lives by pronouncing them man and T. Willson, Kit Oooch, Lutes & Myers petitions deposited with the county wife. The contracting parties were court, u sum of mouey aiiffiiecnt iu James Ledford. 20 jenrs, and Miss PUBLIC SALE. the judgment of the court to defray Lou I'inley both of the Paint Lick the expenses of said election; that section. by an order of the Fiscal court of The protracted meeting nt the Of Blue Grass Land And Fine Stock. Lincoln county now in force the Christian church "will continue WEDNESDAY, OCT. 2, 1012 magisterial district is fixed ns the through Wednesday eieiiing. The unit in such elections in Lincoln forceful, logical and powerful serNear Hustonville. county; that it is moro than sixty mons beillL' dclhorrd by tlin (viiiur..ll.t Having decided to cnango my lothe nest regular election Kldcr J. M. Rudy, of Indianapolis, days until cation, I will offer for sale at pubto be held iu said district, the court are pleasing hu-gaudiences every lic outcry on tho is of the opinion and orders and ad- service. More than the of elo place tho following nboo date and : judges that the petitioners nro en- quence of .Air. Rudy is his earnest07 acres of splendid land, nil titled to hne the prayer of the ness an iutcicstiug 7cal in trysoil, known ns tho old Fail petition granted, which is done, nnd ing to win souls to Christ. nn election is Hereby oriicicd io oe Miss Mny Powell won the hnnd- - Giornid Land, under good fence. A splendid stock of goods, wilh held on the Cth dny of Xovembtr some piano offered by the Central 1912, the regular duy, iu the four Record, and R. S. Drown the mer- a good business nnd fino stand. lo precincts voting of liustoimlle chant. Miss Powell deserved the cated at Kidd s Store, Ky., will in Mngisterinl District. No. 4 of Lin- prize as she has winked ery faith- voice $.'1,500 to $1,000. One Oolddust stallion, coln county, Kentucky, for the pur- fully for it and certainly' has a well broken, 10 hnuds, sound .and pose of nssertnining the will of the right to he proud of her efforts. nid district, upon the voters of On Fiidnv Mrs. Jnmcs It. Collier, good breeder, 1 fino mulo jack, 8 will of the question whether or not whose health has been on the de- vears old, 4 extra broodmares, nil they wish cattle generally to run nt cline for some time, wns stricken in foal, colts by side ono of them n Preston mare, good lnrgo on the public highways nnd with paralysis. Her attending unenclosed lands of Hustonxille gnve the family little en- show unimnl, 2 splendid Golddust colts, 2 mulo colts, 2 Magisterial District No. 4, of Lin- couragement ns to her lecover.v. Mrs. D. M. Lackey went to Rich- mares, well broke to steam nnd nuto, coln county, Kentucky, nnd for the in Durnoe of holding this election for mond Friday to be at the opening dle foal to good jack, one u good sadmnre, 1 yearling Golddust filly, snid Magisterial District are direct- ball for young Miss Jnnie Caper-toGolddust filly, 1 nice Mrs. Lackey remained for n 1 ed to open a poll on the dnte above Shetland Pony, named in each of the four voting few days ns the guest of her cousin, coming precincts, embraced in snid Magis- Mrs J. . Cnperton and daughter. well broke. All of this stock sound, cows, cstra good. Mrs. .T J. price gnve an elaborate 2 good 4 year-ol- d terial District, namely Hustonville voting piecincts Nos. 1, 2, 3, and 4. course dinner Snturdov to Llder and Lot of hogs. 1 surrev with polo nnd shafts, 1 The clerk of the Lincoln county Mrs. F. M. Tinder. Klder J. M. Rudy of Indinnnpolis, Miss Sadie Akers too buggy, 2 runnbouts, 1 Frazior court is directed to cause to be cart, 1 Brown wagon, 1 printed on the ballots to be ued and Mr. Cox, of Lexington. Messrs Hughes & Sivincbroad Studebakcr wagon, with bed nnd in tins election the question scat, 1 double horse sled, 1 set dou"Are vou in favor of making it nave sold the farm of Hplimim Lea-ve- ll ble harness in good condition, 1 set on the Danville pike 4 generally to run unlawful for cattle miles pony harness, 1 set heavy brake at large on the public liighwnys nnd from town to Mr. T. H. Robinson nt harness, 1 pet light buggv harness, per ncie. Mr. Robinson has unenclosed lands of Iltistlonville magisterial district No. 4, of Lin decided Garrard is the better couu-t- v 2 saddles and bridles, 1 pair plat form scales, 2,000 feet oak fencing after all to reside in. coln county?" The condition of little Hesie lumber, lot of locust posts, one-hnmust be Notice of tliis election interest in 0 acres of good tobacco, published twenty days beforehand Marie Ware, the voumr ilniniiir f one-hainterest in 35 ncres growin the Stanford Interior Journal, the Mr. and Mrs. Albeit Ware shows ing corn, about 450 shucks fodonly newspaper published in Lincoln gome improvement. She has been der, 10,000 hickory tobneco of sticks, must npwar very ill for two weeks of Ivnhoid other comity, which notice articles too numerous to name. icter nnd appendicitis. in nt least four issues of said newsMrs. C. C. Drown gne a handsome Terms easy and made known oil day paper. of sale. This election shall be held by, and reception Monday evening nt the Sale hour 10 a. m., sharp. polls thereof compared and the re- Presbyterian parsonage to the memB. W. LEIGH, manner, nt bers of the church. The house wns sults nnnounced in the Hustonville, Ky. the time, nnd by the persons auth- prettily decorated with forn nalms orized to hold elections and coin-pa- nq cut flowers. The popularity of Col. T. D. Engish, Auct. P. S. Those who may want to the polls and declare the re- r ' """ ',rs- '"own was shown sults iu elections held for county u.V the gathering of friends whoso bid on stock of goods, will pleac shall be delight it was-- Ui do them honor. Ices call and inspect them before sale. officers, nnd the result 73-snread upon the records of this and cakes daintily served added court nt its nest regular term after t the charm of the evening Fall and Winter Sultlnas. the result is declared. Mr new Fall ind Winter Eimolei ar now The clerk of the Lincoln county 1 Miss Mary Hardin the attractive -- year-old Ihry cumpri.e daughter of Mr. and rfftlr foron your Impectton.i ran couit, the Sheriff of Lincoln, nnd me numei. me iii mil anyone the officers of the election in the Mr. Snmuel Hnidin, of n,.fcMe a to price who had bli clothei rnado to or A lull mad lo your meaiuro U prtr several voting places embraced in met with n cry painful accident drr. to ready made rlottiei. To have Ihem ferabl Hustonville Magisterial district No. one day recently. Iu going out iu made to meaiure doesn't tott any more than ready it Kentucky, ure the yard to hitch up n hor.se it turn- ercd. made when qualitymeand fit your conild 4. of Lincoln county, Come in and let take meat duccted to do and perfoim all of ed around very suddenly, knocked urt. O. KPPLET. B. Tailor Prt'Hil the icopective duties of them by the icr down shattering the lows of this Commonwealth iu ad bones in her nsPf striking the skull American Realty Co. vertising nnd conducting said elec- ins! nlioip the noso. Her nhvs!,.,,,. tion, in the picparation nnd preserA"10" l,cei"- - "'' verity Aio offering splendid Itargaius in nco.dcnt put her in his ,n. Stock nnd Grain Farms. vation of the ballots mid iu Our TmprovtVl nished her nt once to specialties and certifying the result of rniny ,, ALFALFA Farms, the vote, and it is dhected that said Lexington. also Fruit and Poultry Miss Joan Mount ic turned Mon- Farms. We have the Farms they olectiou be held in all respects aa all Want, Location, Near Towns, lcquited by law governing such day from ii protracted visit i Good Schools ,und Churches, fine elections nnd the general election sister, .Mis. shell, v Allen in M Miss Rugcuin Dcnnv of Climate; excellent Water. Send for law in so fur as it applies to this Grange. i.p.iiigtun, i, the guest of Mrs. K Lists, Then Sec for Yourself. 301-character of election. Dld'b. Muskogee. Okla. Attest G. 15. Cooper, Clerk, Lin L. Ousley. Prof. Diiismoie. of a Smety was the recent visitor of .Air. coln county court. and Iu obedience to tho foregoing or Mrs. f.eoige M. Patterson. Mr. and der of the Lincoln county couit, uu Mis. Louis Lnndrnm. of Danville election will be held in the four vot- lmc been Mating Mr. ami Mrs. If t ing piecincts of Hustonville Magis- pii.pnlrn '.lt ,,0,"-'T.r vmmry Mm : terial District No, 4, of Lincoln ! ,IoMWe ray County on the 5th duy of November Smith, of Riehmond. was heic on 1912, iu all lespects ns -- escribed cgal buMiies.s Mrs. Charles Ilamm iu said older, for the purpose of mi Somerset, is the guest of Lan- ascertaining the will of the voters of '"1tcJ.t'-,e"ds- X- - D. M. Lackey UNDERTAKERS AND EM. Hustonville Magisterial District, No. DEAL-Etnt at the handsome ball to be given BALMERS. ALSO 4, of Lincoln county upon the quesIN FURNITURE, tion whether or not they wish cat- Jnnie Cnperton, by her mother, Mrs. RUGS. THEY WILL tle srcnernlly to rim at large on the EXCHANGE FURNITURE public highways and unenclosed etmi ed from Letington, wjlero j10 FOR ALL KINDS OF STOCK. lauds of said Hustonville MinisterQIVE THEM A CALL. PRICE Hiiuuuueu to a successful ial District No. 4. G. II. COOPER. operation for appendicitis. Mrs. Liz?!.- Clerk. W. L. McCarty. Sheriff 79-lomliiison Purge.,, js t home Iron, a visit to friend, in In.li. .ana. Claude Wherritl. i,f v... n.. bans is here for a visit to his parents .Air. and Airs. Thomas Whcr-nt- t. Mrs. Emma Kiiiiffinau is in Richmond with her brother, Mr. Jno. Orceuleaf. Miss Mnyiue Statutes Dunn has been in Lexington for a e phv-sicinn. ld two-hor1- -2 not find it nnd "weep nnd griovo over it." The court snid there ii no statute governing tho onuo nnd Doyle was within his common lnvv rights. PUBLIC SALEI sell publicly nt Crnli Orch-nr- d on Snturdnv.' Odtobcr 12, 1912, n nlco horse nnd buggy, n good milk cow, nnd n lot of household and kit clien furniture, nil in good shnpe. Snle will begin nt 10 o'clock in tho morning, nnd terms will bo mndo known on dny of sale. Col J. P. I will Chandler, Auct. J. F. Holdam. 78-t- d. location. For further particulars soo Hughes d McCarly, Stanford, Ky. For Sale. A desirable resiMenco with storo room nnd nil necessary improvements, nenr dopot. Good SCHOOL Headquarter for Tablets, Pencils and Ink L.L. Crab Orchard, Ky. i ALCORN We have another shipment ot Alcorn, Price $2 per 100 lbs while the supply lasts. Do not overlook slopping your hogs on shipstuff. Host and most economical feed to start your feeders on. Price $26.00 per ton. f0 lf lf J. H. Baughman & Co. Phoie 11 Stanford, Kentucky. re -- When you want first-clas- s and at right prices, call on enter-minme- FIELD SEEDS 1 T. D. NE WLAND, opposite Court House rf can-wisst- 7i , C I)e-rr- J.L.Beazley &Co t Just for the Gentler Sex Timely talk on seasonable toilet goods is not amiss. Our stock comprises all the needed and desired toilet helps the necesssities and the luxuries. We sell every known toilet preparation for woman, miss, child, infantpowders, 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. n R MAT-TINQ- ....., 4. J. C. McClary -- shoit stay. You v ill one day have such an opportunity. Take heed. Stmt savin? now ('onto in and talk it over Today. STATE BANK & TRUST CO., Capital $SO,000. W. Surplus $500 J. Stanford, Ky. I. HsCAHTY, Ptm. L. PENNY, V. Prst. L SALM, t. ALBERT J. t. D. EADS, RICE, V. Ptm. PHILLIPS, k'r FINE FARM FOR SALE! I offer for sale privately my farm of 175 acics in spbuibs of Crab Orchard, Lincoln county, Ky. It UNDERTAKER AND IMIalMH contains a ten room brick dwelling, iu good tepair, tho usual outbuildSTANFORD KENTUCKY. ings und is watered by tho never Office Phone 167. Home Phsne failing springs and Flax deck. About 45 itctes in grass and balanco iu CONCRETING cultivation. Much of tho land can Wr trr In poillion In da all klndi of con bo used for town lots. Anyone decretin, luch 11 Block Work. l'iTnnU. tnd siring to look over the picmises will In fart, t no ratkt nythlnr (ran t houw d'iwn la i f.nct poit. cll nd (el our prlct call on me. Iwloif you tuy your mifrltl tt leitt. Terms made known on applica p tion. PHILLIPS BROS., Stanford, Ky. J. W. iMtt, Crsb Orchard, Ky. . 3-1 7U-U- At PENNY'S, The RexII Store. 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