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STANFORD, LINCOLN COUNTY, LEADING Of I Witch Hi fMff m vtw Itktl I and Henew Prowntly. J G3d YEAR. KENTICKY, EDUCATORS TUESDAY, OCTOHER 8, 1912 TUESDAYS AND FIUDAY0. JUNCTION CITY BOY KILLED Chas Durham Shot Nicaraqua, while W. GARRARD YOUNG MAN MURDER IN RICHMOND MONDAY rack Maupin Shoots James Farris To Death on Street and Then Cuts His Throat Richmond, Ivy., Oct. 7. Hi tick n Muupiti, olio of tliu in Madison comity hltut and best-knowfnr-inc- rs killed James 1 'a iris, of Luvvrciiee-burhero thin morning. After 1 'arris had lnllen with three bullets in Ins body, Muupiti in his mnducss sprung onto his victim with u pocket knife nnd besides cuttiuir hit throat trnin cur to nr, stubbed him in severnl places before bystanders could get him off. Tunis' deilth wan apparently iiisiiiutuucotis, Mnupiu: immediately himcmU'icd to officers and wns nil.) wed to utity in the pul corridor under guard of hii friends. He would not make u statement for tli.j press, but tlm trouble it understood to lie the result of mi old g, WILL SPEAK AT CRAB ORCHARD Hens Take Third Prizes Tho Louisville Post's big egg laying contest, which hns been in progress for the past six months, caino ii to mi end Saturday. Tho two county eontestunlh won third honors in each of the classes in which they exhibited. A. C. eii of White Leghorn hens weio third 421 eggs laid, to fiOU for tlm winner nnd loo for the second pen. Mrs S. J. Hmbry's tion of Huff Orpingtons vrcro nlso third, liijing 'J!)0 eggs to 381 for tho winner und 327 for the second pen. Hoth pens made excollcnt showings, till Lin-(stl- DEMOCRATS' ABLE CHAIRMAN. State Will Make Blq Rally In Addresses at Crab Orchard. things coiisideicd. Their owners are two of the most piuinuieiit poultry fanciers in Lincoln county, and feel well repaid for making the exhibits. The enntert was held at the Iitrg" near farm of Senator l'ayntcr I'raiikfoit. Kludge. The dead man foimeily lived in count v, where lie owns a Inri'c farm near Kingston, but movcil to Law renccburg homo U'nrs ngo, where bo had been encased in the Tcvciiue service. ttii-- County Man Describes The Murder as he Saw it. Several Lincoln county men who .Monday, which were in Richmond, wtid court day there, saw the killing. For u while the reort was current here tlint the man killed wiib former Senator George Furris, of Lancaster, who is now special messenger for Governor MeCreury at Frankreport wus soon Hut this fort. found to be untrue. of the Dripping Wm. Mnupin, Springs section, and who bay, he is n second cousin of the man who lid the killing, returned to Stanford from Richmond on the 2:40 tram, nnil gave u full description of the unfortunate affair, of which ho was an v witness. He said that he did not personally know Hrack Mnu-jibut knew him to be his cousin. He described tho t rowdy to a croup of intcre.Ucd listeners when he cot Mr. Maupin oft the train here. Lincoln n, said: 'I was stable ju-,- Rtar.d:r.s r.csr the livery this side of the court when 1 heard Hrack Maupm. liou-- e, near inc. iov who wns standing 'There he goes now. 1 guess this is about as nod n chance as I will have to net l'im. With this remark, he ran his hand into his tup IHicket and pulled out a pistol, first if it wns loaded. lircukinir it to lie walked "l behind the man who. told, was named 1 wns afterward Fnrn-- , and jerked him around. Farris threw up his hands mil exclaim- "'For God's sake don't kill me Hrack ' 'However, Hraek's only reply was to pull the trigger and shoot Farris once m the chest. Farris then started t.i run, and Hrack fired jigmii four times nt his back. Farris fell to the pavement, and Maupin then went up to bun. and looked at him and Miid 'I may not have finished vou. so I'll just make sure of ' knifo it,' and with that he out of bis pocket' and jabbed the binds through Fairis' throat. on the n 4 ''TJeie wus four bin crowd uuiek-l- y pnliei-iiiiistreets, und went after Hrack Maupm. lie fought them off with the butt of his revolver, and cot away from two f them, while tning to reload his pistol, but thev were too many for liim. and overpoweied him. "Theie was a b crowd on the streets, mid I reckon lis many as two or three bundled people who were in that part of Richmond at I lie time must have ceii the killiiitr. The intense excitement prevailed for n while after the killing, as able to discover what the tiou-bl- e 1 between tho men had been. know nut him: of the trouble between them; in fact I had known neither, jilthough o"nirant of tho fact that Hrack Maupin was mv second coui few-wer- ed: sin." The Muupins mo mi id to bo a Inrge nnd influential faniilv in that section, and it is said will make u hard fight to get Hrack Maupin out of the trouble. Just what the old grudge between him and Funis was. has not been denied up Vet, but is is said to date back ten or twelve 9 ears, to tho timo when Farris lived iii Madison, and it is reported thnt the two nam had home disiigiee-incover u boundary fence. nt Southern Railway Popular Excursion Oct. 20th, Sunday beLouisville, Lexington, Dim-villGeorgetown, IxivvTcuceburg, lurrodsburg, Shelbyvillo and Versailles and intermediate stations in Sunday tween e, both directions. Last of the seas between Lexington, Danson. Georgetown, and Louisville, ville, for the round trip; tickets limited to return on date of sale. Proportion-.ntel- y low rates between intermedi. Consule nny Soutlt-er- n nte stations. Hallway ngent or write H. C. Kingf OTA, Lexington, Kv. H. IL lTodd, DPA, Louisville Ky. J. C. Beam, AQPA, St. Louis, Mo. Thirty Candidates Baptized Thirty candidates were hnptircd at tho lake in Crab Orchard Suiiduv pastor of tho hv Itev. Dnnohoo, Christian church. They made the gooil profession at revival services which were held ati tho Christian church there by Rev. Christophcr-son- . pastor of the Chestnut btreet JOHN GItANT CItAUnK, Cluistiaii church of Lexington, who President Btato Normal School t reentry nlso held'u fine meeting ut Ittcbmond Ky. The Cnib Oi chard Tnmeisville. And who is Probably the ablest church was greatly enthused and uwnkeued by the splendid meeting Ldiicator in Kentucky Todav. A large number of people witnessed Father and Son Meet After 20 Years the baptismal ceremony. P. M. Itobitinon, a prominent engineer on the Peiins.vlvimin railroad, Garrard Younq Couple Wed. Vnrd Mnrsce and Miss Sallic has recently returned home, nfter a llamm, of Mnrksbury, were married delightful visit to his father, John I'. Kobiiison, of this county. This in Danville Saturday afternoon. The ceremony wns performed bv Dr. wns tho first time that father nnd Cecil V. Cook, pastor of tho Haptist son had been together in 120 years, Hoth have many friends and it was u happy reunion. The church. elder mnn recognized his son the congratulawho extend heartiest minute he saw him notwithstanding tions. their long separation. The young Mr. Robinson lives in Indianapolis. Charqed With Horse Steallna George Adams, a negro, of Casev Whitley City Wins County Seat. county, was nrrestcd by Sheriff W. The motion to flisnh-tlm ;,.. I.. MpCllrti, between Ilustonville, junction in the McCreary county nnd Moretnud, Moiiuuv ufteruouil seat contest wus overruled by Chief and charged with stealing it horse Justice Ilobson of the Court of Ap from Mr. It. II. Hohou, of Huston-vill- peals, winch means that Whitley He was brought here nnd City wins the contest for the county placed in jail until his trial, which sent. is set for Thursday. Preachersvllle. High School News. Kev. J. J. Thompson, who began n revival nt the M. K. church, re(Hy James Coier.) Mr. Kwult (livens '13 was absent ceived n message from his home from school a few days last week at Georgetown stilting that his son on account of sickness. wim seriously ill. ir. Thomnson The tir.--t month of our school this hft Monday for his home, and Hev. V.. Roberts, the pastor, term has passed, and much bus been J. failing to uccomiilishcd in our room ami just scenic the services ot additional us much in each one of the grades. help, felt movtd to close tho ser Societies of all kinds have been vices. This siiis most unfoitimate formed, and many new things have since the meeting was beginning to lu'n t'dded to our school. The suni-tar- v make some headway and enthusiasm dunking cups which have been was inciciising with n fiiiitful liar placed in room leceutly are vest in sight. Mrs. William tisetul us well us healthful. Nnyor continues Our school will always welcome nny pa poorly. .Miss Carrie Anderson, trons who wish to nnd see for daughter themselves the new udditioiis to our of .Mr. nnd Mrs. I). M. Audeison, is school. lit oi throat trouble. Little .Miss Allie May Thompson Miss Maude Arnold, '10 was out has of school some hist week. fiom tho iniiinos. Ollic Carpenter und wife left Inst Miss Llirabcth Ilium and Miss Hcssie Hrackett both of class 'Iti. Friday lor their home ut Red Rock, did not attend school for u day or Okla.. after a protracted visit to ie-l- a lives here, Lancaster and else, two last week. A mci-r.crowd milked out to Miss whoie in this section. Nat Wilmott, of Rockcastle, visitVerna Koat's home last Friday niuhr, and enjoyed themselves very ed his mothci'-iu-IaMrs. Mm. J)n-vu- l. ' much. Miss Koiit is the hostess of Jones L. Anderson and family ninny eutcituiumcnts and each one is enjoyed more than the former one. have ariivcd from St. Cloud, Via", The lirst meeting uf the Debating und he is prospecting for ti farm. Miss M.uude Mauiiels, Society was held last Fiiduy and it of Flat wa fully enjojed by each member. Wood, has been the guest of MisS The societv was opened by u slurt ( orn Hrynnt. speech from the piesident, Mr. JosHoward Holtzcluw is under the eph Hill, 'HI, followed by the lead- weather with Job's trouble. Services ut Heech Grove Haptist ing of the minutes by the secictary. Miss Joephiiio Cniponter, Ml. Mr. church Sunday the Gth. Revival nt Preachersville Haptist Ireland acted as judge of the dechurch begins October Kith. Don't bates. The subject of the debate was: forget. Mrs. Onu Nuylor visited Mrs. J. "Hesolied that Longfellow was a (heater Writer than Teiinvsoii. Miss J. Thompson. Miss Lillian Gnruer, of Cedar Annie Milhuiii was the first debater on the uffirmative .side, while Miss Creek, visited Miss Nell Newlaud Flla Wnrren wns the first on tho last week. iicgutive side. Mi Then Mr. William Carrie Nuylor visited Miss Gi lines spoke as the second affirCoin Hrvmit. Sim Miildleton, of Crab Oichard, mative followed by Mr. Clinton Coleman on the negative side. Mr. was lieie Monday on business, Kichmd Williams, wife nnil Thomas (oleman wus the thiid and Miss Marion Giimcs of Lunciister, weie visiting W. third negative, Miss Sallio M. Craig II. Cummins und wife. Hot ii, to the wife of Mr. Jim was the la.--t speaker on the uffiimu-tiv- e and Mr. Harry lteinhavt was Shaw, of White's Mill a the Inst, on the negative side. Mr. ghl. Iieland's decision wns the negatives. Bull Moose Sneaking II points and tho affirmatives lb. of Danville. lino. Ivini All the debates were good, and Ivy., will address the votois of Lin- by all. The Literary Society was called coin county at the conn iioikc pi on Saturday afternoon. to onler at -- :'M on last Fiiday af- Stanford ternoon by 1'iesident Jew Hocker. Oct. Iii, nt 1:110. Mr. Swope comes The roll ha vine I'1'11 eulled the whole highly leconimcnded us mi orator sorietv sung America. We were nnd is cousidetcd one of tho nb'est then fuvored with a levitutinn by speakers of tho Progressive party ....... ..I .. B1 u,-- -. the talented Miss Gertrude Gaines. 111. !lCIUMII. The musical numbers of the program wero all enjoyed. The debate: If you have young children ou that Immigration is Detii-ment- have peihiips noticed that disorders to tho If. S. was not unite at tlu stniiincli urn their most com as interesting as it would have been mon ailment. To conect this vuu if one of the contestants had not will find Chamberlauis's Stomach been absent, consequently no judges and liver Tablets excellent. They A few visitors nre easy mid plensont to take, nnd were appointed. mild and gentle in effect. For sale wero present at our opening by G. Ik Penny. e. ehil-dien, Stu-nnal Crab Orchard 1'ndny, the 11th, nt tho big educational rally, which has been arranged by Supt. G. L. of the Crab Orchard schools, Among the lenders in the education-u- l awakening in Kentucky who will be there mid 8 cak arc former State Suiioiintciidcnt J. G. Crnbbe, now president of the State Normal School nt Richmond, Supt. Hnrksdule Hmnlett, Commissioner of Agriculture J. W. Newman, mid others Teachers nnd others interested in the gtcat educational work from all over Lincoln und other counties are expected to bo present. The com plete program which has been ar ranged for the day is ns follows: Music. Welcome address. Song. Address J. S. Dickey, President Howling Green Husiiiess lf diversity. The value of n consolidated high school to nu ugTiculturnl commum ty J. W. .New man, Commissioner at of Agriculture. t, of educators the state in a One of tho most noted gatherings held in this part of long while, will be nt Junction Durham received a telegram from the Navy Department Saturday mini ming of the fuel that bis son, Charles Hays Durham, who has been serving- - in tho U. S. Navy, had met his denth in Nicarnuguii on Oct. 4th. Charley Durham wns born and raised iu Junction City nnd had muny friends among tho younger clnss. He wns but 21 years of age Much sympathy is felt for tho bereaved parents nnd for the brothers nnd sisters of tho dead man. Mrs. Mary E. Hmikla and Miss Lucy llankla visited Mrs. R, II Hnrhcrsoii near Perryvillo on Sun day. Tho wife nnd family of Mr. S. T. Jangle expect to lo.ive Tuesday for llrotnliurg, where ?.Ir. Lmglc has ac cepted the ngency of the L. & N railroad. The 'Jiimerous friends of this fnmily will wish them God's speed on their departure. Mr. nnd Airs. L. C. Rankin have nroved into the house occupied by Mrs. Mair.io Dennis. Mrs. Miter nnd son, Miss Corinc by Rebels in In U. S. Navy Ed S. Elam Scratched or Bitten Negro And Develops Rabies, City, Oct. 7. Cnut. R. DIES OF HYDROPHOBIA IV Physicians Say. Address Harksdalo II n ml ct,t, Sunt, of Public Instruction. What n consolidated high school means to n town, nnd how to becuro Johnson N. Camden. it. McIIenry Rhoads, State High School Supervisor. Chnirmnn of the Democratic State Tho possibilities in our boys nnd Campaign Committee, nnd who is girls J. G. Crnbb, President East- the Father of the Kentucky Demern Kentucky State Normal. ocratic Editorial Association. Each person in the county interthis ested in education should attend Lincoln Man's Brother-in-La- w Killed meeting. Wm. Franklin, a piomineut young farmer, out on the Danville pike, is Fell off High Bridge. J. H. ("Ruck") Powell, u painter, much distressed over the tragic Traccy of Wilmore, Jessamine county, top- death of his brother-in-lapled backward over tho steep cliff Duncan in Harrison county recently, lie was set upon by three men besido the bridge which spans the Kentucky river, nt the station of in his store nnd stabbed to death, If! gashes being found in his body. High Bridge Sunday afternoon nnd. The assailants plunged down u distance of 250 to have become of Duncan are said enraged nt him over feet, was crushed into n shapeless a difference in the price made in nuiss ii ron the rocks at the water's selling flour. They were held to edge. There was an excursion nt the grand jury without bond. High Hridge Sunday and Powell had gone down with n party from Wil- To Urqe Phillips Bros He was on the edge of the more. To Complete Concrete Pavements precipice when he suddenly fell At U meetin-- ' of the citv pnnncit backward. He struck feet foremost feet Thursday night considerable rou on a ledge about twenty-fiv- e down and, bouncing off, turned over tine business was transacted und n and plunged hentlforemost to the committee wns appointed to urge the completion of the conciete paveglotind, 23(1 feet below. ments by Phillips Hros. It is hoped that they will get busy and finish C. U. Preps Here Friday up the work ns the toin up paveThe C. U. Picp foot ball team of Danville, will meet the Stanfoid ments cause much inconvenience to High School eleven on the grounds pedestrians and give the town a most li.re next Friday afternoon. The unsightly isappearance. And, too, cold weather n'nl bovs have u much better line get too coldnot far off nnd it might to do the work before ui) this season than bad been ex pected, since most of the stars of spiing, if they do not get a move the past two or three seasons had on themselves. left school. It seems likely that Enjoyed Chestnut Hunt. Stanford is going to have a very Some twenty-fiv- e fair giidiron representation, and or thirty member,, of the eighth guide of the Stansome good work is expected. ford Graded School spent Saturday Thurmond Thomas chestnut hunting iu the Coffey section. They all went Miss Helen Thurmond, who Used school-hous- e o wagon nnd spent to live here und who has many out in u fiieuds in this city and countv. was tho day most eiiiovablv. Each of the married in Louisville last week to voung people took n lunch and when Mr. A. T. Thomas, of Horse Cave, all the lunches veic put into one this stiiti. The lirule is no excep big one it was a repast fit for the tionally fine .Miung lady, while her Gods.' They got all the chestnuts liusiiailil is sain in no u line imsi-ue- they wanted to eat but very few of man nnd a gentleman in nil the them lemembeied the folks nt home with even u -- mull sample. word means. two-horsss Noon. Enjoyable Dance Friday Niqht dance nt the Stnnford Opera House Friday evening, where some fifteen couples tupped tho light fantastic until u late hour. Fish's furnished splendid music. Breathe Hyomel and End Catarrh If you really want to get rid of vile eiitarih why not give Hooth's 11YOMEI treatment u fair tiiul. G. L. Penny is authoiized to refund your money if you think you have not been benefitted, and on that basis every catarrh victim in Stan-foought to stmt to banish Cntanh this very day. HYOMEI is a soothing, healing antiseptic air made from Austrailaii Euculvptus and other uiitisepiie;it kills Catanh genus und contains no Simple instruclioisouoiis drugs. tions for use in each package. Complete outfit. H extia bottle 30. ul The young people gave nu enjoy-iib- b. New Cashier for Waynesburg Bank. Mr. E. L. Gadberry, a well known and capable joung man of Casey county, has been elected cashier of Deposit Hunk to the Waynesbuig succeed young Mr. Moblcy, who had to give up the place on account of his health. Mr. Gadberry was connected with the Middlehuig Hank for several years nnd is said to know the banking business thoroughly. Garrard Fratricide Surrenders. Percy linger, who shot nnd killed ris brother, William linger, east of Iliyantsville, in Gnrraid county, siiireiideied to the sheriff nt Lnn- His oxumining enster last week. trial wns held bcfoie Judge A. I). Ford nnd the accused wns icleused on u bond of Good Meeting Rev. J. W. Rudy, of Indianapolis, who has been conducting u meeting nt tho Christian church iu Lunciis ter for thu past two weeks, hns brought it to n close. There were fnrtv additions to the church nnd u general uwiikening of its members. L. F, Mollce, ii merchant of Mid- dlesboio, wns drowned iu Fein Lake while lcturuiiig from a hunt with Thomas Perry, The boat was unset. Perry reached the shoie. gu-e-t Holm, the son of Mr. A splendid audience promises to the first Lvceum number on and Mis. Lindsay Reynolds, died October 23. Season tickets and ie near Niehohisville from the effects served sents at Penny's Ding Store. of n kick hv u colt. .T. W. I'mtfitimil. lien. i. n woman who sneaks from rif lliillmi. Olli.i. purchased u buttle of Chambeiluiu's personal knowledge and long experi Cough Remedy for his boy who had ence, viz: .Mrs. i'. ii. nrogan, oi a colli, anil be to re tho bottle was Wilson. Pa., who says, "I know from Yiniiiice thnt Chamberlain's Cousll nil used the boy's cold was gone. It that not better than to pay a five I Remedy is fnr superior hi nnv other. dollar doctor's bill? For sale by G. For proun theie is nothing that ex cels it." For sale by G. L. Penny. L. Penny. Rnyly and Miss Sue Shindler, of bhelbyrille, motored over Sunday and visited Mrs. W. A. Reynolds and Miis Anna Davis. Mr. Hiter drove the American, a car for which hn has tho agency, nnd made a quick trip us well as a delightful 'me. Misses LnVinia McGraw and Lucy llankla visited Danville Wednesday on a shopping tour. Mrs. Margaret HaTrold has re turned to Stnnford after visiting Mrs. AY. T. Richardson. Mrs. J. P. Green nnd daughter, Miss Lina, have returned from n visit to relatives in the West End of the codnty. Miss Sara Richardson has returned from a delightful visit to relatives nnd friends in Richmond. Mr. J. R. Osborne has bought n moving picture outfit and gave u couple of performances nt Macca-be- e Hall last week. He expects to give performances in this and adjoining towns. The Cumberland flrneorv Co., i having n porch built to their fruit houe. This company will be unable to start on their new building this fall, because of the fact that one of the railroads refuses to build the necessnrv switch. Mr. Frank Powell, of State ColMRS. LANE FINED $300 lege, Lexington, visited his mother, Mis. Sabrina Powell, over Sunday. Danville Woman Who Killed her Mrs. Liniicy McDonald left SatHusband Gets Off Easy. urday for McKinney, where she is visiting her sister, Mrs. E. J. Tan ner. Danville, Ky., Oct. 5. Tho jury Mr. W. D. LunsfonJ sold to Mnce trying Mrs Helen Lane for the killKnox the Will Lmisford farm White ing of her husband brought in a ver- Oak, consisting of about 130 acres, jdict Saturday afternoon, fixing a for ?u8. Hue ot !JU0 ugaiust her. Guilty of Mrs. W. R. Cakey and children, manslaughter was tho verdict reof Coibin. nre visiting tho former's turned by tho jury. Lano secured u divorce from a mother, Mrs. Mnry Frances Wells. Dr. Cook, of Danville, begins n former wife at Somerset on the protrncted meeting nt the Haptist morning before the killing, and the church iu this city this Monday ev- killing und the trouble thnt led to ening. his death enme up over the discovery of tho Mrs. Lane at Somerset MISS LUCY McCORD on (he pari of Mrs. Lane in Dan ville. Nine of the jurors stood for RichWins Silk Umbrella, in The aciuittnl and three for a peuiten-tiai- y sentence nt last. ardson Store's Big Contest. Mr&. Lane told her story on the Miss Lucv McCord won the silk stand Friday night. Iu an effoil to umhielhi oifeicd in the RichuTdsou support herself when she first Store's big diamond ring contest at came to Danville, she hud sold silJunction City last week. An offer verware about the city, canvassing of u pair of silk hose to every con- trout house to house. Later she testant who polls 23,000 votes is rented tho little cottage on Hentty made this week. The standing ut avenue near lieddow's restaurant und engnged iu taking roomers as a the hist count wns as follows: Miss Georgia Wells 171.830 means of earning m living. Last Miss Lucy McCord 171,800 April Charles 1one took u room with He soon proceeded to stake Miss Annie Atkins 100,530 her. Miss Hullio Leigh 87,980 love to his landlady, and iu June Miss Alma Cosby C8.850 they were unitod iu mairiuge in Lex Miss Flora Minor 05,700 ington. Miss Hluncho Dunn All the while Lnne had another (13,230 Miss Lmiru Kellcy (11,900 wife nt Somerset, to whom he was Miss lieue Lyons ago and with 49,400 married eight years Miss Siisio Roberts 40,700 whom ho lived only two days. She Miss Pnulino Tnylor 40,430 filed suit for divorce upon his mar-rinMiss LaYinia McGraw 43,830 to his hist wife and when the Miss Grncie Jeffries 40,200 sheriff of Hojle county served ft Miss Donnbelle West 43,230 summons on him to appear iu the Miss Alice Durham 43,100 Puluski cncuit court, he told his Miss Mniuio Jones 30,300 lust wif.3 thnt ho owed some old Miss Hcssie Wi ight 33,730 costs nt Somerset nud would have I 30,500 to go theie and settle same. While Join McAnely Miss Mnry Heck 30,400 theie his Somerset wife secured a Miss Lula Sow ell 30.050 divorce. I'pon his leturii to Danville ho Miss Annb Piuitt 25.400 23,800 told Mrs. I.nne they would have to Miss Mnry Claiksou Miss Christine Noska 23,900 be married again. He fuither told 21,750 her that he had just gotten a divorce MjsS Elsie Allstott Miss Grncie Luvvson 15,200 from his other wife nt Somerset and 13,800 that ns a mutter of fact they had Miss Clnrn Martin This 10,100 never been legally married. Miss. Elizabeth Curia 10,000 enraged Mrs. I.nne and she declared Fredin Seltsmer 11,000 sho would take her marriage ceitifi-ent- e Josie Walker to Lawyer Harding nnd see then Lane When you huve u bad cold you what could be done. want the best medicine obtainable cursed and nbiised her, according to so us to cure it with us little delay her btory, and threatened to kill her. Here is u druggist'.) He wns trying to take the pistol ns possible. oninion: "I huve sold Chnmber-Iain- 's nwuy from her when she shot him. Cough Remedy for fifteen Both Mrs. laine ami .Mr. i.nne usea jenrs," soys Enos Lollar, of Sara-tog- very vile epithets. She claimed that Intl., "and consider it the best she was compelled to kill Lane to on the market." For sale by G. L. save her own life and to protect her Penny. honor mid virtue. go a, Ed S. EJiim, n prominent vottujf farmer of the Spniuey section, ot GniTiird. county, died at his homa Sunday morning, of whnt many of tho physicians who saw him diagnosed as a virulent enso of hydro-phob- ia. Tho young man is said to have becii bitten or scratched by a negro in an altercation in which the two became engaged nt tho farm vif Davo Duddcrar, near the Lincoln countv hue. about two weeks ago. Little attention was paid to tho injury nt tho time. About a week ago, however, the early symptoms of rabies developed, it is said, though tho physicians did not nt the time suspect that it was such, incicly thinking that the young man was doveoping n heavy fever. When it was too late to give the Pasteur treatment, it was recognized as rabies, and the death of the young man is said to have removed nil doubt as to the character of the ailment of which ho was a victim. Calvin Elam, n biother of the unfortunate boy, was killed by a live wire iu Paris a short time ago. Young Elum was just 21 years of age und wus well cstepmed and liked by nil who knew him. He wns the son of Mr. nnd Mrs- - W. C. Elam. Tho nffnir with the negro farm hand is said. to have been a trifling affray, and nothing wns thought of it nt the time. When he first became sick, it was thought (lint he was suffering from n severe fever, nnd he was given every attention by the physicians called nud the most careful of nursing. When the infection became fully developed, a number of the physicians, still thought that it was a sort of blood poisoning, but the most of them diagnosed it as an undoubted attack of rabies. Several Stanford physicians were informed of tb- - symptoms by their brethren of Lancaster, and sny thnt from what they were told they believe that young Elam was the victim of rabies. The funeral of the young mnn was held from the family residence Monday afternoon, with interment in the Goshen cemetery. The parents have the sympathy of a large number of friends in their grief. 1 1 ri Hi Ttfl Mdp dz t m$mMm&mrvnr wtmvmFmtp AMfc"'nii iii ppk.' MS'H mm. mi t T XUlilljllMBB twc mrtiwts wmwAU wrtm, kpitkiy tuemav. ktim t mi " The HILTON Interior JodrnaL I J. JL BAOIXtT. rrmiOTLT ,rili Age But Mni ii Shot to death while out hunting I Birds, Rabbits, Etc., Etc. with our shell. Winchester Leaders and Repeaters ere the best for field and trap. Let us quote you prices en the best shell on the market It a hub in advanci at SUnfari M He--4 Knltrti l IW pntltt eUn mU nadir DEMOCRATIC Tat VtnfTfU taai ANNOUNCEMENT The moit remarkable price change ef the automobile epoch will come fate operation October 1st, 1912. It has been made possible by the gigantic increase in Ford production. And it brings the matchless Ford well within reach of the average income. Runabeut Teurins Car Town Car $525 TICKET Tr PniUtt WOODROW 'WILSON. rr r. fntiuos. n. maksuall HARVEY HELM VtmUh't AtlfX. V. FURTEAR Far ttrrtrfl CMr J. F. IIOLDAM Tar MagirtTUt W. M. FIELDS Far JfafUfralt If. C NEWLAND Tt Th a&aonnetintiiti in thli tolnms ara ol tandldatoi for offlff, rabjrtt to Ik attloa of n uiiaoeraut pnmarj. na annoaBcemeau win bo made, tiltH paid for In adtanct: Tar Rtprtttntatirt. V1K01L atcatULLIN. B. BAUOHUAN B. W. OIVEN8 J. U. WEATHEnrORD T. J. HILL tar County Judaa T. A. RICE M. T. NORTH Far JaUtr PKYTON PAKRI8H OIOKOE DEBOKDK DINK FARMER WILLIAM II. IIE8TXB W. A. CARHO.N for Auaaaar P. L. DECK B. M. OWKN8 R. H. BRONAUOB P. V. BANDIDOE J. H. BOONE W. T. GARNER LAFE MOHQAN PefHIeal AmwncMiMts The FinST NATIONAL BANK, of Stanford it tha oldt Institution in this section of tha state, having been organised March 9, 1854. A bank tj have stood the panics that have occurred in tha past C8 years must be all right. This bank today is stronrer and better than it ever was. While old in age it I modem in methods. Oar patrons, and they are many, will testify to the fact that we take care of them in a manner both pleasing and satisfactory. Yonr patronage is respectfully asked. Remember onr pledge of courteous treatment and honorable dealings. Our directory includes some of the most prominent business men and farmers in this section of the county. Try us. H. C. IAU6HMAN, Cathler. J. S. MOCKER, Pres. W. W. SAUNDERS. Ind. S. T. HARRIS. Vic Pre., Keefer. J. R. HARRIS. Ikkefftr. W U. Far Sharif Ml f. IN Thce merit. new prices, cry. Gel full particulars from o. b. Detroit.with all equip An early order will mean an early delir i ' J5"1" A t) W. E. GLOVER, Stanford, Ky. ' Cause of Hiph Cost of Llvlnq The Republicans nnd the Bull Moosers try to make t ho' people that there is no connection between the excessive tariff nnd the high cost of living. Moody's Magaon economics, zine, nn authority prints a table to Iiow that iu ten years prices only increased 7.7 per cent, in Europe, while in America the average was 34.3 per cent, with the prices m some nrtiel s increased over 100 per cent. The tariff and the trusts are chiefly responsible for the high cost of living. Vote for Wilson, Marshall and the Democratic nominee for Congress with assurance of a reduction of the one nnd the subjection of the others to the laws of the land, instead of being a law unto themselves. caiwe of the country's' great prosperity, whereas, as a mntter of fact it is in suite of it. Prosperity is due to record breaking crops and other natural causes. To tax the people for the benefit of the trusts nnd not to pay the ciin-n?tf the government economically administered is n crime. The people have stood it ns long as possible and have determined to punish those responsible for it by electing a Democratic president nnd a democratic ? '"iilsSIJSJfik A," "V. w jrGR I M K x UsT v it -- WWBslsaP PENNY'S, The RexaD Store. William C. Lone, LaA Taft's Brand of Prosperity. f Over Coats These frosty mornings remind you that OVER COAT season is coming.' Your old one has beenpackedaway. Get it out and see how it has held its own with the ravages of time and moths. If it needs pressing or repairing, bring it to us. If you need a new one, come see what we have. Silk Lined Dress Coats at $25.oo. Kerseys and Cassimeres, long and belted, stylish and serviceable, at $15.oo and $20.oo. Gabardines, they are handsome, they are light weight, they are good, they are supposed to be waterproof. We show you two beautiful coats -- one at $15, the other $20. These are the SPECIAL THINGS we have and cannot be gotten everywhere. Of course we can furnish you cheap coats from $5.oo up. the stump in the debatable states, made a telling speech at Vinccnnes, Indiana, this week, in which he made this telling point: "Tnft is in both hands. He has furnished the most melancholy administration in the history of the American people. He is the only President in the history of this prent republic that ever vetoed a bill that cheapened clothing to the shivering poor." left-hand- ed ScnntoT-eleOllic James, who is one of the democratic mainstays on ct .Btflf Jl " VTT -- yn aBsV'letVBvv Hi SkEK'" slHVjftTatrl Judge Kerr, of Lexington, in commenting on the Lane case at Dan-!!1fiv he iudevs husbands must A Prophet Without Honor be worth only $300 in Kentucky President Taft says that the we know around here Democratic policy as to the tariff now. Some won't appraise over 30 cents. will put nn end to prosperity, shut down the mills nnd factories and The Bull Moosers registered 100 produce a panic worse than that of more votes in Danville than the 1907. But this prophet of evil is which gets joined to his idol of a high protecTnftites. It's a toss-tive tariff, which he claims is the the most votes in Kentucky. h. m The belief is general that Wilson nnd Marshall will be elected. This confidence however, may prove our Undoing. Democrats should not, however, be confident to the extent of relaxing any effort. Get busy and keep very busy 'until the election booths close. General apathy has lost many a fight. Kentucky can give the Democratic ticket 100,000 plurality, but frho won't do it if the voters take anything for granted. Let every Democrat don his fighting clothes nnd pxnpin on guard until the evening of Xovember 5th. )laf 'X.CywBSV' lOKttwfl Wilson Stands For a Principle Will You Stand By Him? Woodrow Wilson is YOUNG MEN! Look at This Englisb Style Ufa Ones e. ! a vastly different order of man than you find among the ranks of many good men Ifl practical political life. Woodrow Wilson is not among the great majority of politicians and business men, otherwise estimable characters, who believe that the end justifies the means, who are honest in a commercial or political sense. The candidate of the progressive voters of the country not only does not believe in the doctrine 4 "anything to win," but he insists on plain old fashioned honesty in every detail of his campaign. Woodrow Wilson proposes to win on the merits of his candidacy and platform or not at alL "Clean hands or no fight" is Wilson's ultimatum to his supporters throughout the country. That Are Selling We are showing the above in Bluet, Tans, Greys and They are all wool and the New Two-Toaare decidedly "the thing" for Fall. Not a dollar of questionable money will be spent to elect Woodrow Wilson. The Democratic National Committee is heart and soul in accord with the candidate's views. And the corrupting influences, with no political faith, casting about to win a foothold in the new governgains, have despaired of reaching Wilson or his campaigners. ment with bribes of They have gone to the enemy, whoever that enemy may be. matter of common knowledge that the "Interests" are using all their politic! fundi tu dcfc.it WiUun. This makes it your fight. n nation. The people have constantly made the mistake of believing that this is a Such is only the case insofar as the People fail to get toother and so permit the few to control the dishonest mortey-ridde- No Tainted Money For Wilton Let Us Press You Once! Sam Robinson for Boys and Girls. Parents, it will pay to look at our line before baying1. We have been selling shoes for 35 years. Why not profit by our experience? What the American People. Need to Know representatives they, by mistake, elect to office. The actual money power of the People is still greater than that of the Interests. The Progressive People of the country, if they get together, can buy and sell the Corrupting Influences and destroy their financial power. So Woodrow Wilson and his managers believe that not only is it the only clean method but the most practical method for the Progressive People of the country to supply the Woodrow Wilson Campaign Fund. School Shoes The Woodrow Wilson Campaign Fund of the country. This year a popular president The People to Fight With THEIR Dollars is to be elected with the People's money. is to be collected from the rank and file of the Progressive Voters1 McROBERTS H. J.STANFORD, KENTUCKY The Farmer's Friends Superior andlPeoria Grain Drills Call and seethe new stock The bills of the Democratic National Committee are to be paid, not with the thousands of the Interests, but with the individual dollars of the earnest, eager voters who desire clean, efficient government and who are willing to help Wilson as he wants to be helped. Money thus needed is not spent in improper ways or In any manner similar to the way In which the funds of the Interests are disbursed' But we baveio tell the voters of the country about Woodrow Wilson. We have to tell them what he hat done. We have to tell them what he stands for. We have to point out to them the important planks in his platform. All this means that to hold up our end we will be obliged to spend at much money as those who oppose us. This means that every man or woman wbo believes in Wilson should be willing to contnbute to bis cause. " Let the supporters ol Wilson help ut to tpread the Wilson gospel to the four winds. Let the Progressive Voters battle this year with their pocketbooks as well as their ballots. Of course, you can and you are glad to support the cause in this way. Practically every voter can afford to give $1 to aid the Wilton Campaign. A great many can give t2. A great many can give to. And there are lots and lots of progressive voters who will be eager to donate from 110 to 120. " These are the kind ol contributions we want. And we will be proud to receive from thousands, who can only afford tl, their II contributions. We want to bear from every man who hat a dollar to give. This year the man with the dollar must defeat the government traducer who spends bis thousands. We Solicit Popular Subscriptions Can You Give From $1 to $20) W. E. PERKINS Crab Orchard, Ky SPECIAL EXCURSION If you knew many Wilson men, if you work among many Wilson men, head a list with yoor name and money and get the others to join you with their subscriptions. Then tend your list with the money to C. R. Crane, Vice Chairman, Finance Committee, Democratic National Cessmittee, 900 Michigan Avenue, Chicago, Illinois. No loyal Wilson man can do more than this to assure Wilson'tvictory at the polls In November. I Get Club Subscriptions CINCINNATI AND RETURN Sunday, ocToiEttmi I How to Contribute to the Wilton Campaign Fund Woodrow Wilson Campaign Fund TtB.IL tJUttL W.EHiggins . Stanford, Ky. Sim ttat Coupon oppmIm and nil In lb aaows yon fir. TbM attack roar mootr to this Coupon tod mall toter to tat dorott ilTtn on tbt Coupon. tatao al abaca, away aao aaUraaa H flriljHM lw . DmocretU UCLOw, Vict 900 mil Cbairaua. Flaw C MtMmil Caaaitte, Micbitta Anut, Caicot. TbM writ Ittur to tbit sptr etflBf yosr name a and tlatlng your rcuooa h yon bllvt Woo4ro Wllteo tbould b (lecwd PrMlatat ot lb UnltM BUM. In tblt way yon will bo Hated Wilton contributor. A Bouienlr ft. colst, bondoomriy lltboinpbtd.wtll worth f runlet, will b toot to you. Your Utur will belp In tb tint by MoourMlaf yonr trUndt. LOYALTY COUPON Vtet Wltwn, rtMOt llllll. $1.30 Trl Pteunt! $1.AO Trip Ratine) u or Ai t ktUtrt r la Ut precTMfltt itMlf of tnrawal fpttmmut la tat oak ttUrj tt Wwtr Wllaoa for fmldtal f Caltit tteuc ,ut U tat taal fct ny UtlU) ,In ft aatnmatwt, ut obllftltt tt aaat til la awtlt tl Ut tttttry, 1 with t ttatrlbttt tkrttfk yta Ut tut tf t..MMMM tt wt Ut tiptMtt tt OtT. WUtta't cutaalfa. sme u Address MSPtlca far ottMry. DottntainfyoautofcoldapWllMklttebUeaa tbtltaj W tfce .tfeo pooaO vbo do tb work aad i.i.iiiiifttiiitiittiiii(i.tfi(iiti , .wtate, ..,.,..,,..,,,,, ,, .Li., Endorsed by The Interior Jwrnal, Stanford, Ky. ,,.,, ,,,, SPECIAL TRAIN Lvs. JUNCTION CITY 5:35 a.m. ASK TICKET AGENTS FOR PARTICULARS. '. !' " ., THE STANFOUt INTERIOR JtUNNAL, tTANFOBt, KENTUCKY TUESDAY. OCTMEB 1. HI? H. K- -rt ' i "is." 1 flCw We have juit received ourFall shoes in Patents, Vicis, ' f X m 4saeawiHswaaasrv Hmmt RN SAID SHE WOULD FAINT StMtf Few IMNeiieMMi MNHNNIUNMMHHHMNf tf 2 ! i.i ' I Mrs. eclf-Feeki- Velvets, Gun Metals Etc. We handle the famous May Man ton line. You will find no better in quality and style at right prices. Hughes, Martin & Co. Stanford. Ky. Personal and Social. Sirs. Dave Hnmilton, of Louisville was here nt Mrs. llnmilton'tt funeral. Miss Alloc Uearley U confined to lifr bed ncnin. Air. Wcnrcn Ittighcs wns Iiere Sunday, from .Memphis, Tcnn. Mr. mid .Mrs. V. E. Olover spent scveml days in Louisville. .Mien Eloise Hcnzlcy was the guest of Misses IJenrley at Lancaster. Mr. V. T. IJojiiHy, of Yoscmito, is. with his daughter, Mr. Sjtcnr Fisher. Mrs. J. C. Harris, of Nashville, has returned home after n visit to Miss Mollie Dnugherty. Misses Lorn and Anna Ilurcli, have been visiting Miss Hess Spoon-nmorc. Mrs. William Heck is visiting her Dr. Joe Deck nnd family at Wihnorc. Miss Florence Deck left Monday for Vnncrliurg, Mins where (he will spend the winter. Mrs. Wnnd Dullard nn, children. of Itichnxind, arc the gucrts of Mrs. Joseph Coffey and other relatives. - Jfev. Win. Ilipifr, of IluniMde, passed through here Monday goinc to PJneviiio Mrs. li. H. Hilton went to Ilrod-hrMonday to visit her mother, Mis. J. It. Cn.. Mr. ldchnnl K. I'epples came home from l'aris to the funeral of his mint, Mrs. Hamilton. Mrs. Joseph Coffey has returned from Frankfort, where she had been to take her grandson, little William Shelby Coffey, who had been here Msituig for some time. MNs Winnie Davis llibb, who has been here all summer from Okla homa City, will frpend the winter with her mint, Mrs. Guy Jtallou at Grnyroii, 0. Mrs. J. II. McTshon, of Lebanon Junction came up Saturday and Mi Stella Hale who has been there for Fometime returned home with her. Mrs. Itichard Hocker and children went to Richmond . Saturday to sec her mother, Mrs. M-- K. l'helps, Who is ill. Mrs. W. ". Carter of Lebanon Junction, who hns been iiting her sister, Mr?. Ilowcn Ooode, returned home Saturday. Mr. Charles T. Hohon, of Lebanon, was here Saturday returning from Tenneec where he bought a lot of cnftlo for himself and Mr. J. 1$. Foster. J. T. Menefee, of Knoxville, wa homo for a short time last week with his parent. Mr. and Mrs. J. X. lier Menefeo. His wife U sister, Mrs. I.ucien Deekner. nt Winchester, for a short stay since their mother's denth. on, nc Pc-ru-n- a and m m Ka-tar-n- o WSk'll sBEtT BSSSSiBa BSSSSSSSSjPv I have received letter from a young lady, who asks me: "la the old rv Te-ru-(Ka-tar-m- o) betre- ter than the vised cine place. Its One Is adapted for one condition, anothKa-tar-- Itber medi- has er for another. Is a better Remedy for some conditions than the On the ether hand, th. revised la a better remedy for some conditions They are both inthan tended a catarrh remedies. They have both done a treat work in relieving Many catarrh, chronto and acute. hundreds of cases of chronlo catarrh have recovered while taking and the same - Is true of the revised during- the last six years since Its revision. There is a difference, however, In th two remedies. Whenever catarrh la associated with constipation then Is the best. Inthe revised deed, this is exactly why the revision was made, to meet such cases. But where no laxative is needed, where the bowels are regular or Inclined to be loose, then the old Is the better remety. Is for sale tt The revised rB drug stores. Those wishing to obThe address tain Pe-ru-o. Ka-tar-Pe-ru-- na Pe-ru-Pe-ru-(Ka-tar-Pe-ru-o, Ka-tar-- t ..HMtMB.M.D. revised re-run- s. Ca, Oalwafetia, Ohio. Jacobs, the McKinne.v Man, hns contracted witb Mrs. Eva Hoffman. Mr. S. II. Knughmnn to erect nn 18,000 pound granite monument at in BuffnN Lost. Sunday morning a blue the grave of his wife serge Xorfolk cont for boy, the find- cemetery. er please return to Guy Hallnu, City. Dr. nnd Mrs. Hans Greyvnlez have arrived from Minnesotn, to Wanted. A good cow, cither Jer- iitnke their homo near Ottenheim. sey or Holstcin, with or wilhoat Dr. (ircywiier. is n learned German enlf, giving not less thou four gal- physician nnd lie nnd his family will lons of milk per day, sound gentle be cordially welcomed to Lincoln. nnd all right. John Coulter, Middle-bur81-Ky. Three splendid pieces of Lincoln county real estate will be offered for You want the best policy when snle by Mr. J. S. Murphy, seven vou insure. See Fish & Bromley, miles from town on tho Hustonville Stanford, Ky. Insure everything. turnpike on Tuesday, October 22. At the same time Mr. Murphy will The man who borrowed ray rain- sell his flour mill nt McKinney nnd a coat at the Stanford fair is request- lot of extra good stock nnd other Head his large adverMy nnme is property. ed to send it homo. written in ink in the back. It. S. tisement elsewhere. t. Scudder, McKinnev, For Sale Rhode Islanl Red boss Collcgv. nt 75c nnd 50o; also White Guineas For land surveying call on M. C. Mr. nnd Mrs. W. K. Fowle have Xcwland, Koutc 1, Stanford, Ky. or at $1 apiece. One good bone cutter returned to their homo nt Lebanon phone him nt 30 W. Crnb Orchnrd. and one vegetable cutter nt $3. Mrs. Junction nfter a isit to his fathW. J. Edmiston, Crab Orchard. 748 er, Mr. X. W. Fowlc. IN MAMMOTH CAVE Mr. T. J. Christcrson, who ran a Prof. II. Caldwell, principle of the store at McKinuey some 23 years MoKinney Graded School, was n ago, was here several days ago with .substantial caller nt this office Sat- The Dry Fall Outing to Kentucky's his uncle, Mr. M. O. Vandevecr. He urday. He told us that his school Great Subteranean Wonder, or is now n resident of Lexington. 200 Miles Under Ground is 7rogressing nicoJy nnd that a Mesdnuics J. W. Alcorn and Mary new library had just been ordered Tuesday, Oct. 15 J. Iturch, J. D. Pnxton, Hugh Held, for it. went to McAfee enmity, Saturday to Arranged for private and select attend n I'nioa meeting of the Prespatties, hoiue people nnd their visThey made the church. byterian itors. River low, echo grand, and trip in Grimes Dcazlcy's auto. mo to sec Mammoth cave (Ty- .Mr. 11. J. Tanner, of McKinnoy, Cave when nt its best. Round-tri- p was luie Sntuiday returning from railrond fnre $4.33 from Stnuford Heron where he had been to sec his on regulnr nnd nil way stations son, Kay Tanner, who is in school train 4:40 a. m. Hoard and Cave there aiid who has lecently had to lintel from arrival for dinner until undergo on operation. nfter dinner following dny, nlso inMr. and Mrs. Charles Owens, and Thousands Have Been Helped cluding tho two trips through the envo for $o.50. Limit on tickets 10 By Common Sense daughter, Hcrnieo, of Hominy, Oklu. days. McKinscv, o and Mrs. Suggestions. Write or phono L. & X. Agent. were th" guests 4f Mrs. l.i7it' Hooker nnd other lelative Women suffering from any form of fe- A Severe Sickness Leaves Inst week. head of tho male ills ore invited to communicate The Kidneys Weak Mr. Dud Connelly, Conley Construction Co., of Somer- promptly with the woman's private correAfter lecovering from a severe set, was hero last week looking nf- spondence department of the Lydia, E. Pinkham Medicine Co., Lynn, Mass. of sickness some time ago, I ter sonic business interests. Cr. Your letter will bo opened, read and spell nil run down nnd suffering from was (.oiuielley has' done a great deal of answered by a woman and held in strict poor blood. I would havn pains iu conciete woik m tins city aim is wen confidence. A woman can freely talk of my back nnd hips nn my kidneys known here. her private illness to a woman; thus has bothered be nil tho timo I started Misa Lena Palmer and mother, been established a confidential corre- taking Swamp-Rounon the reMis. Annie Pruitt delightfully spondence which has extended qver Prof, nnd Mrs. J. W. Ire- many years and which has never been commendation of a friend nnd found it wns just what I needed. My land, Miss Darnell, Miss Iluuuncll, broken. Never have they published a blood became nil right nnd nfter und Prof. G. Kemper at n six o testimonial or used a letter without tho taking n few bottles, I was surprisclock course dinner last Friday. written consent of tho writer, and never ed nt tho effect it had on my t. Prof. J. W. Ireland, Mrs. Grin- - has the Company allowed theso confidenThey wero entirely cured nnd jrviunu wciii, i" tial letters to get out of their possession, I hnvo blend anil i.uene much to be thankful for Frankfort Sntuiday. They returned as the hundreds of thousands of them in your great remedy did for me. that with Joe Severance in his linmlsome their files will attest Yours very truly Mr: boveraueo is Michiean cur. Out of the vast volume of expenenco W. O. BLACKMOX, agent for tho Michigan and hud been which they have to draw from, it is more Phcnix City, Ala. than possible that they possess tho very days demonstrating. here several Sworn to nnd subscribed before knowledge needed in your case. NothMrs. Doge Urown, of Lancaster, me. this tho 14th dny of July 1009. bus beeu with Dr. nnd Mrs. K. J. ing is asked in return except your good . J. liirs, Justice of the Peace. She hns will, and their advice has helped thou Drown for several days. sands, bureiy any (uite ill, nnd successfully been Letter a early in the woman, rich or poor, nn operation Or. Kilmer 4 Co. should be glad to Her many frieuds will be week. infhamton, N. Y. advantage of glnd to know she is improving nice- takegenerous offer this ly. Mr. Urown hns been here with of assistance. Rest Will Do Ik Prove What SwamjiYou. her for several days. For Lydia E. Pink-haMrs. A. S. Itobeitson gnvo a very Send to Dr. Kilmer & Co., Medicine Co., delightful Auction Hridge party (confidential) Lynn, X. Y., for a sample bottle. Wednesday afternoon in honor of Mass. It will convince anyone. You will Miss Polly Trnylor, of Richmond. Every woman ought to bare nlso receive a booklet of valuable information, telling all about tbe Several pretty prizes xvcro awarded Lydla E. Plakbam's 80-pannd tboso fortunate in receiving Test llook. It is not a book for kidneys and bladder. When writing them wero Miss Polly Trnylor, Miss genera! distribution, as It Ih toe be sure to mention the Stanford InRegular fifty cent Sara Cecil, Mrs 0. L. Mny, Miss expensive. It la free and only terior Journal. Bite bottles for sale Lucy Donegby nnd Miss Emily Let- obtainable by stall Writ for and at all drug store. cher. Danville Mesenger. It today. .. Mr. In response to tho nppenl to public spirited citizens to with Wood row Wilson in his intention to accept no money from interests, in the financing of tho campaign, the I. J. has opened nn Honor Hoi I of those citizens who arc willing to nssist in tho good fight. Checks should be made W. O. Dnvi, Trcns., nnd nil received will be ncknowlcdged by tho I. J, in these columns nnd forwarded to the campaign treasurer. Contributions so far received arc: II. C. Carpenter ,. $1.00 Shclton Snuflcy $23.00 Kendrick Alcorn $5.00 W. 8. Durch 1.00 T. J. Hill, Jr 1.00 M. V. North 1.00 0. B. Cooper 1.00 "V Vi, Ilai,cy Y. L. McCnrty . 1.00 T. N. Aldridge 1.00 II. S. Scudder 1.00 C. T. Chatham 1.00 J. It. Powell 1.00 Irvine, of Louisville, is the T. A. Hicc Mrs. 1.00 guest of her son, Mr. X. Irvirtc. II. D. Aldridge 1.00 Misses Fnnnio nnd 0. iodic Ilcdd, 1. T. Moser ". 1.00 of Crab Orchard were here Friday. K. C. Jordnn 1.00 G. L. Penny 1.00 Mr. and Mrs. Dan Ilrcck, of 1.00 were the guests f MY- - nnd J. . H. Engleman, Sr. A. Carson 1.00 Mr. W. A. Tribblo last week. M. S. Huiiu'liimin 1.00 Mr. T. H. Stephenson, of I'untn', II. W. Givcns 1.00 guest of his T. D. Xowlnnd Gorda, Fin., is here the 1.00 sister, Miss I'attic Stephenson. L. It. HiiL-lie-s 1.00 Will Hays. Mrs. J. W. Irelnnd 1.00 Mr. and Mrs. WilJ U. Pnxton Del tic Hardin and Mrs. J. II. L'.50 W. C. Shnnks liams were in Lexinuton Tuesday. 1.00 1.00 Miss Daisy Vnndevecr went to J. C. Itciil 1.00 Iticliiuond Sunday to visit her broth- J. F. Holdnm I. W. Fish, Crnb Orchard 1.00 nnd family. er, Mr. Vniideu-cWhipp returned with his C. F. Garnctt, Crnb Orchnrd ..1.00 John W. G. Welch 1.00 brother, V. W. Whipp from Liberty Mrs.L'andgraf 1.00 nnd is his guest for n few days. C. Lynn has returned Mrs. J. SHORT LOCAL NEWS home after n visit to her husband, tela Lm UmMc t n ler Feet Mere ThM a COMMON SENSE! To use good judgment in business we know means success. We believe Stanford and Lincoln County will support a live Ladies' Ready-Mad- e Garment Department in our store, and in order to do this we must have your patronage. The advantages are not ail ours, as 'tis quite a convenience to have brought to your door the most exclusive styles of the New York makers and at prices less than cities and larg- &l 'V ft in pay-aMc- to i& fA If 0 band at all times. Cardul acts on the womanly constitution, building up womanly strength, toning up the nerves, and regulating the womanly organs. Its half century of success Is due to merit It has done good to thousands. Will you try It? It may be Just what you need. Ask your druggist about Cardul. He will recommend It H.B. TTrUtfot MvUoirTVl.,Qn; oofi M4lrlntCo.,Chitiuroci,Ttiia..for Bpteuu Jnstruelumt, tni f bra. Hon TruUMrt far Woott," mm In puia wra nr, a. !) Pendenrrasfl Qa. Mrs. Delia Lour, Of this place. In a recent letter, says: or six "for fire womanlyyears, I suffered agontroubles. ies with Often, I couldn't sit up more than a few minutes at a time, and If I stood on my feet lontc, I would faint, I took Cardul, and It helped me Immediately. Now, I can do my work all the time, and don't suffer like I did." Take Cardul when you feel 111 In any way weak, tired, miserable, or under the weather. Cardul Is a strength-buildintonic medicine for women. It has been found to relieve pain and distress caused by womanly troubles, and Is an excellent medicine to have on g lin' M-r- Mich-wen- d, A splendid audience promises to greet the first Lyceum number on October '23. Season tickets and reserved seats nt Penny's Drug Store, er towns ask. We have many exclusive garments that we buy only one of and will not duplicate, that the buyer will not fear seeing the same garment on 'the street. Our selections are from a number of makers and the line is as varied as one could ask. We want you to come and look as many times as you like. You don't have to hurry (and repent a season) but take the garment home, inspect it carefully; keep it if you like, return it if you don't like it. Our object is not to sell you once but to make you a loyal customer by being loyal to you in regard to the quality we offer and the prices we ask. sick iicndnciic is cnuscii ny n disordered Mnmncli. Take Cham berlain's Tablets nnd coircet that nnd the headnchc will hor salo by G. L. Penny. There will be a pic supper at the Walnut tint school rndny night, October 11th. All nrc invited to nt tend. Harry Monument r Severance & Son. I I Your City Taxes Are Due Sis per cent will be ndded Xov. 1st. Office next door to new Stnte Bank. B. I). CARTER, 80-3t J. C. Lynn nt Frankfort. Mrs. Mnttie Stephens, of Coving ton, is the guest of Mr. Will Wearen nnd family. Misses Hallic Urown nnd Ella Henry, of Lancaster, were the guests of Mrs. K. J. Urown last week. Miss Lena Deck, of McKinuey, came down Friday to meet Miss Christine Metcalfe, of Paint Lick. Mr. L. T. Andrews, who hns been Mr. V. II. visiring his fnthcr-in-InMurphy, left Friday night for his iiume tit tm rnin, j eras. Mrs. Thurlow Jones, who has been quite ill of coliti-- j nt tho home on Main Fowler, of Mr". Hetti street, is improving nicely. Mrs. Kittic Hnley and children, of Junction, who have been Lebanon here with her sister, Mrs. Dink Farmer returned homo .Monday. Misses Anna nnd May Warren dell for Lexiiietoii Monday, where they will attend Smith's Uusiiiess Two or three nice rooms for rent. 81-2- p. I I Lincoln County Naltionil Bank Corner Next to Courthouse. Stanford, Ky. Capital Surplus $100,000 $100,100 DIRECTORS-W- ho For Rent. Storeroom' well lo information cated; low rent; 80-t- f. call at this office. Money to Loan. From $1,000 to $25,000, at 5 per cent, with good real estate security. E. D. Penning- Direct the Management of this Bank. W. M. Mntheny, Stanford. A. T. Nunnelley, Stanford. J. B. Pnxton Stanford. J. W. Rochester, Stnnford. W. HT Shanks, Stnnford. W. O. Walker, Stanford. T. C. Rankin, Lancnster. Menefee. Sr.. Stanford g, 2. ton, Stanford, Ky. 78-S- p. Geo. W. Curter, Stanford. V. M. Bright, Stanford. V. D. Edmiston, Crab Orchard P. J. Embry, Jr., Stanford. Lilburn Gooch, Stanford. R. L. Hubble, Lancaster. W. II. Cummins, Preachersvillc. Jno- For Sale. House and lot in Moreland; all necessary outbuildings place well watered, cistern nt door. p Mrs. Addie Jennings.Morelnnd. 75-8- y. E. D. Pennington, County Surveyor 52-6- Bun 7G-2- or Omo Citt or Toiroo. I Lvta Covntt. Fhavi J. Ciiimt nukn c.tti thit lie fc eralot rutnrr ol the Arm ot F. J. chimi A Co. dome business in the Cltr of Toledo. Couotr and bute aforeutd. &nd that said firm vrlll pay the sum ot ONE HUNDRED DOLLAHS tor each and every ease ot Caiasrh that cannot tx cured by the use ol FIRE INSURANCE X. M. RXWZiAlID STANFORB, KY. " SURETY BONDS General Farm Surveying Phone 172, Stanford, Ky. llitX'B FRANK J. CHENEY. Sworn to before me and suberrlbed In my presence, this Ith day ol December, A. D . " . A. W. GLEASOX. I l NoTamr Vnuc. I I tlalls Catarrh Cure to taken tntcrnallr and art directly upon tbe Diood and mucous suriacea ol tne system, tend tor testimonials, free. F 1. CHRNF.Y A CO, Toledo, O Sold by all DruHists. 7Se. Tax, llsu s Family FUW for constipation. CATAKBB ClU. ltt. ,i5i. I Father Mother Shoes ForI Daughter Son For Sale. A desirable residence with store room nnd nil necessary improvements, nenr depot. Good location. For further particulars sec Hughes & McCnrty, Stanford, Ky. PUBLIC FREE ADVICE SALE TO SICK WOMEN -- X.-.n-cy ilus-tonvil- lo ot extra good milk cow, 1 yearling calf,, 1 mule colt, 1 horse colt, 4 fattening hog, weighing about 200 pounds each, 1 wardrobe, 1 dreser, 3 bedsteads, 2 sets bed springs, 1 rocking chair, C chairs, 1 sewing 1 safe, 1 wrought iron machine, raniro. cost $33 nnd ns good ns new; n lot wf canned fruit and many other tilings too numerous to mention 1 perty: Crab Orchnrd, near the Ottenheim pike, commencing piomptly nf 10 A. M. sell the following described pro- I am determined to go to Illinois. I will on THURSDAY, OCT. 17, 1912, nt my residence, known as the Farm'', near Sugar old "Abraham Grove School House, 2 2 miles of 1-- SHOES for the whole family in the Fall Styles and New Shapes, in all kinds and grades of leather. Get Ready for winter while you can find what you want. kid-ney- Pearlie Doan J. P. Chandler, Auct. Your Horn Nndt Painting bus-tain- I3R r Ad-dre- es m Zldi Ding-hnnito- n, ge Step off and take a look at your home, Doesn't it need Now Is the time painting? to havs It dene. Patat before the winter rain and mow to fly. Hama's Green Seal, the made to wear paints are the riant kind to use. Formula with every can. For Sale by G. I. PRUITT. More-lan- d. Ky., and L. L. SANDERS, Crab Orenard, Ky. be-Bi- ns Stanford, Kentucky Home of All-Wo- ol one-doll- ar Clothes. WEffff1'1 '' -- fe WTl I J: III? THE STANFORD INTERIOR JOURNAL, STANFORO, KENTUCKVTUE10AY. OCTOIER 1, Public Sale of Live Stock Horses, Mules and Cows J of 230 Kent. My farm 35 acres for corn, 30 for vrhent or onta, CO acres in mcudow, Also has Rood bnlanco in grass. dwelling Louse, barn and nil For fuTtlicr information address Mrs. Geo. Logan, Stanford, Ky., West Main street. For Sale -- Near Stanford, well improved 200 acre blue tiiss farm, govd two story house biir stock barn witb silo, plenty of everlasting spring water. For further information sec and write Adolpli VonOnic-nigaStanford or Fred VouAllman, 34 nnd Bank street, T.ouiivillp, Ky. acres gs f n, For PuMicSale of Fine Firms, LiveStock,&c I will sell at pibHc outcry Doctors Use This for Eczema Dr. nx.CommllonT of Ilrnttti, nyal "There I nlmoat no rrlntlnn akin tllionae nnd the MooO." Tho kin mult b cured throiiRli the akin. The rerma muat bo waslitd out, nnd no Mvcn hare lonir no len found worth-l-- . The moat Advanced phralelnni of thla country nro now agreed on this, and nro prcscrlbm n wnah of wlniererren, thymol nnd other Ingredient for ectema and nil oilier akin dliraaca. Thla compound la known aa UU.L), rrcicrlnllon for iScxcma. m T.esiay, Oct. 22, 1912 rvn, ! ill .! if if VE rf ?tt. F 'r-- tto L. P ft Regular term Lincoln county court, held August 12th, 1012. lion. James P. Railcy, Judge, presiding. The petition of E. J. Tinnier and others was this day filed in open : court, and is now noted of record, prajing for a submission of the question whether cuttle generally THE THE on shall be permitted to run ut lin-gsey Goiddust. 2 aqcd brood mares, bred to Preston the public highways and unenclosed I I horse, by Ashland brood mare, bred to a lands of llustouville Jliu'isteriul Brook. horse. WORLD'S WORLD'S) 3 horse, by Ashland Dietnct Xo. 4. of Lincoln county, brood mares, bred to I I -- year-old Kentucky. horses Brook. I from a cor 'deration 6REATEST BEST brood mare, bred to I mare and colt. of Bttid petition that It has been signlack. I pair sorrel horse mules 15 3-- 4 ed by e thnu twenty legul voters I saddle horse hands hlqh, 4 and 5 years old. who moi in nnd arc electors iu CONTESTS TRACK I horse I Aqed pony. Magisterial Dis enid liustonville I aray geldinq. I pair horse mules, 16 hands high. I trict. No. 4. that nt tno time tue Roan work horse. I brood mare by Preston, I pair black mules, 16 petitions deposited with the county court, a sum ot money suuuceiii iu bred to High Cloud. hands high. KENTUCKY T. H. B. ASSOCIATION the judgment of the court to defray I brood mare by Preston, I pair mare mules. 15 the Capt. T D. English, Auctioneer. 21.00O THK KKXTUCKY FUTUIIITV TUKSIUV, OCT. II of said election; that esneiises first dam Katie Maloy, bred to hands high. $ 3,000 THK WALNUT HALL CUP WKDNINHAY, OCT. 0 by nn older of the Fiscal court of Rex Peavine. I pair aqed horse mules, 16 hands -B.000 THK TltANSYLVAMA Lincoln county now in force the THUIWIIAY, OCT. lO I Aqed brood mare, bred to lack. Wages are high here this full and high. . magisterial district is fixed as the The I. J. Like a Letter From Home 3.000 THK CASTLKTOX CUP MONDAY, OCT. 14 I way draft mare, bred The following from our old friend work hands Tery senrec. I pair O.HOO CHAMPIONSHIP STALLION black mare mules, unit in such elections in Lincoln to jack. .MONDAY, OCT. 14 s, nnd founer countryman, M. G. Ilurrnh for Hnrey Helm. county; that it is more than sixty 18 hands hHih. 0,000 THK OCTOUKK PHIZK I harness mare, by PresWKDNKSDAY, OCT. 1 was received a few duys ago. With best wishes the I. J. nnd I pair ton. black horse mules, days until the net regular election Mr. Keynolds bus done "well since lie its many leaders, for A BIG STAKE EVERY DAY to be held in said district, the court 15 I geldinq, by Preston. hands hhjh. Very Hcspectfullv, opinion and orders nnd ad- located iu Stafford county, KniiMis, I horse, by Preston. I mare mule, 16 hands is of the M. G. REYNOLDS. judges that the petitioners are en- but like ull who leave Lincoln counI mare, by Preston. high. ty, he is anxious to keep posted on I walkinq horse, extra I aged lack, proven to be a good titled to have the prayer of the what his friends here are doing and A splendid audience promises lo petition granted, which is done, nnd OneFare-RAILRO- AD RATES-O- ne breeder. nn election is hereby ordered to be he knows no better wny of doing so greet the first Lucum number ou 2 Suckling horse celts, bv Preston. I family horse, buggy and harness. held ou the 5th day of Novembtr than by keeping his Interior Jour- October 23. Season tickets nnd ic WHITK FOIt PHOOItAM I Suckling mare celt, by Preston. I Jersey cow and calf; I Jersey cow sened seats nt Penny's Drug Store. 1912, the regular day, in the four nal paid in advance: I Gray harness octeHfm I Durham cow St. John, Kas., Oct. 3, 1012 a qood milker precincts of Hustonville voting I aged work Mrse. FARM AT PUBLIC SALE I wagen and harness. Magisterial District. No. 4 of Lin- Dear Interior Journal: You will find enclosed $1 ifor I harness mare, by Dor- - I Cultivator. coln county, Kentucky, for the pur-po.I will sell nt public miction on of assertuining the will of the which p!ea?e credit my account on Saturday, November, 9. 1912 voteis of. said district, upon the subscription. I cant uffoid to hnve will of the question whiHber ur not tho I. J. stop, ns it is just like n in front of the court house nt Stanthey wish cattle generally to mn nt letfcr from home. ford, Ky., my lurm of about 55 The farmers here nro ery busy ticres-- located on tho wuters of Knob lnrgo on the public highways nnd unenclosed lands of Hustonville int now sowing wheat. The ground Lick, two miles south of Junction Magisterial District No. 4, of Lin- is in much better condition for seed- City bordering on the Cincinnati' Corn is very Southern ruihvuj' and near Hwen coln county, Kentucky, nnd for the ing than last year. purpose of holding this election for good. A large ncrcnge m this vi- Stntion, Lincoln county, Ky. There said Magisterial District are direct- cinity. The horse dien-e- , or plague ure about 35 acres in iuods, the ed to open a poll on the date above that hns proven so fntnl to Knnsas balance for cultivation about 20 named iu each of the four voting horses, seems to be dying' out. Have acres, in timothy grusM. It has a in this good house of three large precincts, embraced iu said Magis- not heard of nny new ca-erooms, terial District, namely llustouville vicinity for n few days. Safford good fence iiruund garden and urd, voting precincts Nos. 1, 2, 3, and 4. county wns not hit ns hard by the also some fruit trees, creek running The clerk of the Lincoln county tTangc disease ns were the counties through place and can strike water court is directed to cause to be west, only about 200 hne died in in 12 feet almost nuvuhere vu the FARM AND STOCK NEWS Every stock buyer in Lincoln and printed used this county, it is claimed. on the lurm. It is u fine place for sheep most of them in the surrounding iu this election ballots to be the question and enhes and would make a fine Rent. 20 acres of wheat counties reads the Interior Journal. For "Are you in favor of making it You can cover five counties compduiry and poultry farm. No better land. M. B. Lytle, Phone 1C9 Y. $25.00 In Gold Given Away pluce couUI bo hud anywhere close pletely by advertising your sale in unlawful for cnttle generally to run 78-8- 0 at large on the public highways and to the pike and school nnd market. For Sale. Aberdeen Angus cat- it. It. M. Ncwlaiid, the Life and Fire unenclosed lands of Hustonville For Rent. My farm of 126 acres magisterial district No. 4, of Lin- Insurance agent here, will give u to- Any man looking for u good cheap tle both sexes; mules from colts to home should buy this place. It is bacco show on tho 2nd Monday in in good four year olds; thoroughbred boars on Hanging Fork. , Mrs. Jessie coln county T" condition. The Inst crops 78. Notice of tins election must be December, court dnv. ready for service. R. II. Crow, Stngg, Stanford. were all good, and it will raise toPrizes as Follows: published twenty days beforehand Shelby City, Ky, Ky., phone 8 two For Sale. Three ctra nice Duroe $15 in gold for the best six hands bacco und com, onts, millet, brim.'s f. rings, Junction Ex. Jersey boars, stibiect to register. D. iu the Stanford Interior Journal, the only newspaper published in Lincoln of lugs to weigh not less than four fine clover anywhere ou the place. All under fence. Possession given Advertise your sale in the I. J. E. Proctor. Stanford, Ky. 80-2counljv, which notice must npnenr pounds. More farmers read U than any ut once. Now is your chnneo for a For Sale. House and two acres in at least four issues of said newsA7..ri) for the second best. sIop)iii- on shipstufT. good home cheap. other country paper in the Btate. of land, 4 2 miles from Stanford paper. !?2..r)0 for the third best. Terms. Cah, or one-hahouse; cash For Sale. One nine, coming three on Hustonville pike, Jind Feed to No trash leaf or red sonsidered. bo held by, and This election shall year old, Peacock filly, beautifll bay irood bam and other outbuidings; polls thereof compared nnd the re- A. W. King, Danville, Kv.. Judge. and the balance iu one und two on. ton. with two white feet and star; good 6ver lasting spring on place; fruit sults nuuouuced iu the manner, nt Tnlk with me about your fire nnd .M'iirs, secured by hen on bankable size. Call on vir addross. Mrs. Sim trees and fine garden. O. E. Lutes, the time, nnd by the persons auth- life insurance. II. M. NKWLANl). note and bearing 0 per cent interest 79-8t-Stanford. Owens, Moreland. Ky.. fiom date of deed until paid. I will 80-torized to hold elections and comfamish good abstract and good warrepare the polls and declare the ranty deed. sults in elections held for county Fall and Winter Suitings. 1 desire to sell my properly ns I shall be officers, nnd the result now My new Fall and Winter Sample ar. spread upon the records of this rrarir (or your Inspection. Ihrjr eomprlie onmiiit see to things back there. 1 beat on the I tan auit on day of sale. 11 court nt its next reirulnr term after the to price who market. rlolhet mad anjune will be irrc-en- t to orbad bla a A auit made to Tour tneaiur il prtr the result is declared. der. Anna B. Sweeney, ready To bare ferable 718 Knst Fremont, The clerk of the Lincoln county mad totomeaur mad clothe. an mora tbem doein't cost than court, the Sheriff of Lincoln, and readr mad when quality and (it i comid Uloomington, 111 red. Com In and let m tak jour meal CVtl. .7. 81-- 5 the officers of the election iu the urc. P. Chandler, Auet. B. 0. RVPIKT. Tht rrtrtUtt felMr several voting places embraced in No. Hustonville Magisterial 4, uf Lincoln county, Kentucky, ure American Realty Co. first-clas- s iliiectefj to do nnd perfonu all of Aro offering splendid Durgains in the. respective duties of them by the Our Stock and Grain Farms. laws vf this Commonwealth in ad- specialties Improved ALFALFA vertising and conducting suid elec- Farms, nlso Fruit and Poultry tion, in the preparation and preser- Fuims. Wo hnve tho Farms they vation of the ballots and iu can all Want, Location, Near Towns, vassing und certifying the result of Good Schools ,mid Churches, fine UNDERTAKERS AND the. vote, and it is diicctcd that said Clitnuto; excellent Water. Send for ALSO DEAL election be held in ull respects us Lists, Then See for Yourself. 304-ER IN FURNITURE. MAT. required by law governing such Surety Bld'b, Muskogee. Okln. TINGS, RUGS. THEY WILL elections nnd tlio general election .EXCHANGE FURNITURE law in so far us ib applies to this FOR ALL KINDS OF STOCK. PUBLIC SALE! GIVE THEM A CALL. PRICE character of election. Attest G. U. Cooper, Clerk, Liniwt i I will sell publicly nt Crab coln county court. on Saturday, Odtobcr 12, 1912, In obedience to the foregoing or der of the Lincoln county court, nu a nice horse nnd buggv, a good milk kithousehold election will be held in the four vot- cow, and a lot ofall in good and I could have accepted this offer and ipent chen furniture, shape. ing piecincts of Hustonville Magis begin nt 10 o'clock in tho But my remaining days in comfort terial District No. 4. of Lincoln Sale will morning, nnd terms will be mnde County on the (ith duy of November Now, It is teo late! too late!!" 1012. iu all lespectb ns -- escribed known on dnv of sale. Col78-t-J. P. iu said oidor, for the purpose of Cliundlcr, Aucr. did not save his money, thinking n chance to uso This man la asccitaining the will of tho voters )f J. F. Holdam. It would never come. When a splendid opportunity came he hat) fig money und doomed himself to live in poverty for the rest of llustouyille Mu"isterial District, No. 4, of Lincoln county upon the queshis life blaming himself every jemnining moment for his folly FINE FARM FOR SALE! tion whether or not they wish catand drawn out misery. I offer for sale privately my furui tle generally to run at large on thu highways and unenclosed of 175 acies iu biihuibs of Crab miblic Ymi will oue day have such an opporKy. It lauds of said Hustonville Magister- Orchard, Lincoln county, dwelling, tunity. Take heed. Start saving now THERE IS REAL PAINT UNOIRTAKKR AND IMIALMBR ial District No. 4. G. H. COOPER. contains n ten room brick Come in and talk it over Today. iu good lepuir, the usual outbuild and also some stuff mixed with STANFORD KENTUCKY. Clerk, W. L. McCarty. Sheriff 70-ings and is watered uy tno never cheapening materials that is not failing springs and Flax cieek. About worthy of the name. If yo- - have Office PfiMt 117. Hmm PHmm 3 Posted Hunting Forbidfen. 45 ucres in grass and bnlanco in had experience wiih the latter kind CONCRETING We, whose names are signed be- cultivation. Much of tho land can you don't want another. Staaford, Ky. If you Capital $10,000. Surplus $500 low positively forbid anv hunting be used for town lots. Anyone do- Wr ar In position In do all kind of siring to look over the premises will haven't take our advice and don't or fishing upon our oremisea: PHONE 153. at Ulock Work, PaicuienU, and experiment Buy our pal fraints la fact, turbon maaa anrtblna from a bouw J. D. EA0S, V-W. L. MeSAJITV, Prat. w W. F. Semonis, Win. J. Beck, Fred call on me. down Call and and save yourself eVsappqhifeat beloie la a fnc pott. makrial atart our price applica-itoV INK, V. J. t. VonQruenigan, O. Baumann. Chas. Terms made known on L NMVi you bur and Boaey at weU. S. ALK1T PHILLIPS, T, Willson. Kd Gooch. Lutes & Myers C. M. Allen, Kd Ballard. J. W. Sunt, Cnh Orrtvd, Ky. MMfsrt, Ky PHILLIP! INS., Stanford, Kj. I A. ALLEN. con-sisti- At 10 o'clock, Tuesday, October 15, 1912, 1 will offer for sale to the highest bidder, at my place in Crab Orchard, Ky., the .following live stock Call For Stock Law Election 2 Stanford turnpike, 7 miles from Stanford, 2 miles from McKlnney, from Hustonville and Moreland. There are in nil, about 300 acres, approximately, divided about thusly: 50 acres In one: about 100 In the second and about 145 In the third. Each place has a qood dwelling house and all necessary outbuildlnqs; Is well watered; 1n fine condition and in hlqh state of cultivation. No better farms can be found In this part of Kentucky. will offer tbm as r. whole and then separately and accept the bid deemed best. Possession given January I, I9I3. . I also have two tracts of the best sort of Knob Land td sell at the same time; about 39 acres In each tract; a qood dwelling house on each. This land raise qood tobacco and ether crops. Will also offer a couple of nice town lots In McKlnney. steam opFLOUR MILL I will also offer for sale my erated flour mill at McKlnney- - It Is located on the Cincinnati Southern railway and is now in full operation. STOCK At the same time I will offer for sale mv livestock of brood mares, mules horses, cattle, hoqs and sheep; all In good shape and first class condition I will also offer for idle about 1.000 bales of goud hay, CROP and 500 bales of straw. Will have for sale a lot of farming implements In oood shape and a good 30 horse power Buick automobile. BANK STOCK. Will offer 12 shares of stock in the National Bank of Hustonville: 25 shares of stork of the McKlnney Deposit Bank and 3 shares of stock in the Dnnvlllr Fair. Terms made.known on day of sale. Dinner on the ground. Sale will be held, rain or shine; under good cover if rainy. Parties desiring to see land, stock, etc., can phone me at Huston ville and I will meet them at any train. irqlnnlng at 10 o'clock A. M. my hree farms In Lincoln county, Ky., a lot of extra flood stock, crops and other property: FARMS. These three farms are on Hanqlnq Fork creek and adjoin each other They are located on both sides of the Hustonville and SHUGARS EXINGTON OCTO. 8 TO 19 BIB$85,000p?B I TANNER. well known nkln np "I om convince! that tho Treacrlptlon I aa much a apecina cccema ne ntilnlno for mnlarln. I have been prcacrlhlng the D.D.D. remedy tlio Inatant you apply IL In fact, we are o mire of what D.D.D. will dp for you that wo will bo Blad Iu let you hnve a SI bottle on our aniar. nntee thai It will coat you nothlna ua leaa you nnd that It doea tbe work. cjt Holme, the v.u.v. write! for Dr. Stanford. Kentucky. J. S. MURPHY, Hey-no'il- "" -2 J Weber's Prize Band of America Far two-hor- se -e Terms Made Known on Day of Sale. SCHOOL , J. C. BAILEY, Headquarters for Tablets. Pencils and Ink Crab Orchard, Kentucky. J. P. CHANDLER, Auctioneer. s L L SAMRS, H OrcM, Ky. ALCORN overlook your hogs Best most economical feeders Price $26.00 per GO-t- p. We have another shipment of Alcorn, Price $2 per 100 lbs while the supply lasts. Do not start your lf p. 8. f. Too late .K J. H. Baugbman & Co. Phone Stanford, Kentucky. ct J.L.Beazley&Co When you want FIELD SEEDS and at right prices, call on C T. D. NEWL AND, opposite Court House JJiad only saved my mone J. C. McClary Big vPPj H. B. Northcott alar Poultry, Egg$, Produce, Salt, 4. STATE BANK & TRUST CO., I. tot. Lime ft Cement Stanford, Ky. n. Vr J 70-O- p J" lt. ' . ''' m 'adE . id. . .& k it ,Jt s.-j- :- Hfob . aW.