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EKfSM i.w Jyi,pA tii yt-y- h ii5 t - Pxwr f Watch the stop whM time ywr itate wHI Is up. labH 1 wi and Bcnew Promptly, j NO. 82 The Interior Journal STANFORD, LINCOLN COUNTY, KLNTICKY, LOOKS SURE FOR WILSON N, Y. Herald Straw Votes Show Him In Lead All Over Country. 1 r 3.SM ER LARGEST OF ANY COUNTRY NEWSPAPER IN THE STATE OF KENTUCKY. CIRCULATION-OV- 1 i THE I J FOUNDED 1800. Md YEAR. RIDAV. OC TOREK II, 1012 REDD-PHIL- LIPS TUESDAYS AND FRIDAYS. WILSON TO SPEAK TO VOTERS THIRD DOUBLE TRAGEDY ENACTED WITHIN YEAR. HERE MONDAY Prominent Stanford Physician Weds BRADLEY. :if Crab Orchard Girl Judae Sam Wilson, of LeximitM. John Savior, L. & N. Foreman at One of Ablest Democrats OraNcxv C'nstlo. Kv Oct, 8. In introducing former Ooxernor Q Crali Orchard. Kills His Wife Tho wedding of Ih M. M. Phillips .I. C. W. Hcckham to nu immense crowd hero jestenlny. State ip tors to Ooen Campaign Ncxv York, Oct. 7. Struxv votos And Then Himself. of Stanford, mid Miss Frances Redd Seiintor W. II. Moody predicted that Mr. IJcckham would bo tho taken by tho Ncxv York Herald, apOrchnrd, which wus solemn-irc- d of Crab Next Democratic Senator from Kentucky. Ho spoke of tho Tho first gun iu tho campaign to proximating 70,000, and gathered in at the bride's home Thursduy Tlio third tragedy in which n man primary, in which the pcoplo named Mr. Deckhnm, and then told ip evening, wns tho cause of consid- roll up uu unprecedented majority killed his wifo mid thru himself, to twent'-nin- c States, taking in only v)f the nllianee of tho whisky Democrats, which ended in tho bo enacted in Liiculn count v within p erable surprise to the many friends for the democratic ticket in Lincoln Missouri, Kentucky and Oklahoma V election of W. O. llrndlev, saing: ot both joimg people, us thev hnd county, will be fired hero Monday a period of lees than u ciir, took "The pcoplo gae this honor to Ilcckhnm. and they will re- of tho Southern croup, put GoverKept their secret well und no place lit Crnh Orchard Wedtiesduv store it in August next, when the primary is held. For eighteen ig uiinouncemcnt hud been made. uftcruoou nt the courthouse when nor WiUou easily in first pliuc. In niehl nlioiit half past seven o'clock Lexing8 M. ilnH Mr. lleckhnm was deprived of election by u coalition of Tho ceremony f lore-ma- n txventy-thre- o said at the Judge Samuel hero Wilson, of of tho twenty-nin- e when John Snvhrr, nn L. fc .. whisky Democrats with tho Republicans, nnd family four men to speak for tho bride n parents, Mr. and ton will be homo of the states he is leading. Roodcxclt shot his wifo to death mid then V.'i!?cn and Miushuii ticket. Now hU term is Q winl oxer und Mr. Urndlcy was elected. Mis. C. A. Redd, only a texv leln-tixleuiU in fixe und 1'rcsident Tuft in sent u bullet through Ins own luain. snon to expiie--, uud the tieoplc of Kentucky will se-- that Cripps ti and intimate friends beim. is From then on until the campaign one. The grand total of ballots The fiit of thin series of fearful closed Kcckhmu is gixcn his sent in the Semite. During the dendlock election day, n ?, piesent. Rex-- . D. M. Wulkcr. pas-t- o campaign onwill be waged, xigorous by the Herald up to this time event wns wlicti the notorious ncirro Heckham could haxe won at any time had he sacrificed his i& rof the Stanford Christian church Chairman W. L. McCurty, leadit by mid cixes Anderson Cnrr, killed his wife is Ho refused to honor to mnko n deal with tlio whisk v men. ri'onnej the marriago service, at bclicxcd thnt Lincoln xxill and Wilson, 30,201. then committed Miiciric, after being return in stultifv himself nnd xvns beaten. (Orcnt Applause.) 8 o'clock. The bride wus handsomeKoo&cxclt, 20,718. nrrestcd for thn citinc. Thi9 was "The xoters will noxv hnc an opportunity to rectify thnt $i ly ntttrcd iu u traxcling suit of gray. this election, the largest xote ex'er O Tuft, KI.OoJ. carlv in the veur. A week ngo Matt gixen a democratic presidential canwrong, nnd I predict thnt he will be nnnied bv the primary She was attended by her aunt, Mis. Debs. 1,082. Singleton it turned to his home in next August nnd triumphantly elected by the Legislature.'' Knle Potter, of Manchester, while didate. Wilson is The Herald state-- , thai its piep.ircd end of. the coiinlv. and the hoiitheru Judgo one of tho ablest Mr. Reckhain then spoko for tip hour, nnd was gixen bent- the only attendant of tho groom was table, which it pi nits, showing tho O ty nnplniiso throughout. tdexv hU divorced wife, who, ho had -and most convincing sneakers in -r i Mr. Mack Fisher, of this- citj. twenty-tun- c marry ngnin indicated maioiitics in the henrd. was iihout to " Afterwards an elegant wedding Kentucky today, mid nil who desiro a .. a. - A. - ..a. .. -. .. Aft. .fl. .A. a. .1. Stoics, js uiiidu up fiom tho Savior shot his wife to dentil at 00000000000000WWVfe-W'..H5;v;?QO00":- , supper was scixed at the bride's to henr tho issues of the campaign best votes tnken by its canvassers Hie home of his hrothcr, Jim Savior presented by such a man should hear home, nml tho hnppy pair then took and is not meant as a guide to what him. Ho is u hullinnt man, in fact; in Crnh On hard, vxhcio she Imil fled u Wuiii for Louisxille and Chicago, gixen her n severe whip- will happen in Nox ember. ufti-It states he had exposition of tho FOUNDER OF I. J. DEAD MORGAN-MIN- KS where Dr. Phillips will tuke a special und no elenrer to Moiiila. thnt the campaign is noxv in its pine that morning. He returned good old democratic doctrine will be medical course, before returning to , day's work unit nnd ihciisters nr hi lioine after hi-Slate and changes nro ocThnt distres-c- s gixen on the stump heie iu tho presD. W. Hilton With Late F. J. Camp Kentucky to resume his practice. curring duilx. 1'ollownn; are ,tlio Popular Younti Couple Wed At Home not finding her thcie. went to the alwins endemic has ncnin been campaign. bell Started Present Paper. A bust of friends will extend con ent of Brfde's Parents Thursday. The panic of dipthenn iiidicuted pluralities in the Statu us home of Iih brother, where she had F.xor where the tide has set in gratulation, nnd good wishes. The irristibly toward when nexvs shown ut this time: Kiinc with their fie weeks old bnhy. Imil Hcareelx subsided the democratic Mr. D. W. Hilton, who with I he bride is the xciy attractive and lo-- New York for Wilson, plumlitx, One of tho prettiest wedding cerelie nsWd her. it is Mild, u sue in of Admiral l.ucien Yoiiiib'h sudden ticket in this campaign. conlate F. J. Campbell founded tlio In- nble daughter of a prominent East ceded till oxer the country It is Wilhim. Sho dentb cast a pall oxer this the 7S.7U0. Roosexelt second. tended to return home with monies seen iu this section recently that pluruli-I- J, wus that solemnized Journnl In 1872, died iu F.itd family, while the groom is one son mid Marshall lnMitiod home. I'euiisIxmua for Wilson, milled thnt she would not go with nt tho home of tel mr ts aro certain .'10,710. Tnft second. Mr. nnd Mis. Lnfu Morgan iu the Louisxille u few duvn since rftcr n of the best known young phvsiciaus lutn unlesn he w.mld promise to The fishcnnin lutxe been iupirid if the democrats will only jo to part of the state. His lion Illinois for Rooscxclt, plurulity, Sauflcy section out on the Somer- lingering illness. Jlr. Hilton hud in this treat her right. Thereupon Snxlor by success of tho adxance cuard, the polls on election duv and regispulled n pistol out of In- poikrt and this fall nnd almost daily exeurMons 102.007. Wilson second. set (like, Thursday afternoon when been in the insurance business since is in Lomlou He enmc to Lincoln ter their otes. Judge Wilson will Ohio, fur Wilson, plurality 250,-oO- j. Miss Mxrtlc Morgan, the beautiful he sold this piper and up to some several .cars ago, locating for a gixc ample hor. The bullet to (Irccn rixer nro the tinier. fired point hlank lit reasous why every citiTuft bccoud. xoung daughter of this prominent ten or twelxe 'xenrs ngo used to come time at Crab Orchnrd and ufterxvnrd zen xvho xvnnts to see better tilings struck her in the throat, and she n coming to Stanford where ho has should be on guard, to Stanford occasionally und Indiana for Wilson, plurality 40, family became tho bride of Itev. Os-efell oxer dead intnntlv. NARROW ESCAPE nnd sco that his paid this office a call. He been associated with Dr. K. J. Uroxvn vote1 GIU. Roosoxelt second. Thn husband looked nt her n min L. Minks, of Morelnnd, Rex. II. and that of his neighbor Missouri for Wilson, pluivlitv F. Surlcs, pastor of the llustouxille und Mr. Cunipbcll, had a struggling for seiieral jcars iu tho practice of put in the box on Nox ember 5th. are nte, nnd asked if fhe was dead. On Hustonville Man ISO.LIO. ltoowexelt second. being told tluit sho wns. he turned For Prominent Itaptist church, said tho words which time to make buckle and tongue his profession, in which he has made Judge Wilson will lit-- . Miihiguu lor Roosexelti tilurnli-f,70- 8. niudo tho twain one in the presence meet, as did Col. . P. Walton, who nn cnxinble leputatiou. Dr. Phillips court house, beginning speak at the When Street Car Hit His, Auto temple nml fired. Ho (he pistol to at half past bought them out. Wilson second. Sexernl efforts is Grand Junior Dcneon of the one o'clock. Ho will be introduced lived n few hours olilv. of members of the families and a presIowa for Wilson, plurality, had been made to run n paper suc Grand Lodge of Masons of Kentucky by Congressman Harx'ey fexv other intimate friends. The trncedv occurred in the Wheeler, the well Charles K. Helm and highly esteemed and regardRoooclt second. ence of Savior's need mother nnd known merchant of Hustonville had Row Minks i3 n son of Mr. and cessfully heie hut without avail, nnd nnd is a big crowd of demcrats is expected the people having groxx'n tired of ed by all who knoxv him. his hrothcr. who, it is -- aid. sought a narrow cscnpc from being killed, Wisconsin lor Wilson plurality, Mrs. Abe Minks, of Morclund, nnd to be in to hear him. It is interestRoo-oe- lt second. n Khirlil the woman from his at when ti street car struck his ing to note that Judge Wilson was is u most promising and popular puing for n paper and having it go STRONG DEFENSE t hnxc i Minnesota tor Wilson, plurality, oiing Duptist minister. Ho is the "up the flume'' in a short ".xhile, tho tack. The mother 01115 of the original Woodrow out of n us ho was Wilson gentlemen fouifd it difficult to find 01,271. his nun us he L'lirace in Lcxinctoncomiiic Rooscxclt second. ntlemplcd to catch pastor of the churches nt Rock Tuesday. As it men in Kentucky, many who would plank down their Will Be Made By Maupln Who Killed ardent champion nnd bus been his New Jersey for Wilson, plurality, Ford he was too wus, he was thrown out pulled the pistol, but throughout the and ery und Friendship, and those who Roosexelt second. ilick for her, nnd thieatened to kill scrioiislx bruised mid hurt, while his 10L15S. know him say that he has u great money for what they deemed an tin whole campaign. v Farrls at Richmond. certnint.x. lie then Connecticut lor Re-ee!- t, plural- future ot Jier. too. if she interfered, iu the vinexard tar was smashed uiln Lindliii;: xod. ity. IbO. WiUon second. Mr. Hilton dexised n scheme, hoxv riTiit. nml when the other member One of his hips was broken and he of the Master. His bride is a News comes from Richmond thhf McKlnney.iJ to the hide of was otherwise hndlv hurt. Mnrlund for Wilson, plurality, sweet and attrnctixe young lady, of excr, and ho placed collateral of the famitv oily if she Ouitc a number of people witnessed 17.L11!. Roosexelt second. thousand dol Rreck Maupiu xxho shot James Fnr-ri- s the victim. In loxcly disposition, and churm, and umouuting to Mr. Harry Jacobs, wife and little' to death on the street there duughlei, Ada Kansas for Wilson, nlurali- '- 87,-lo- popular with nil who knoxv her. A lars iu one of the banks here and wiu dind and then ended his own tho urcidetit, nmonc them heiuc Mr. nro spending a few Roosexelt second. life. host of friends mid loxcd ones join ndxcitised the fact that should the IMonduv, xxill make n strong defence d.ijs ut Henderson. They will be W. W. IIiijs, of this utj, who was paper go under subscribers would xx hen his case tomes to. trial. It is gone Kentuckv for WiNon, plurality, iu wishing tho joung couple Savior nnd bis wife had been mnr standiuc in miother caruce close bx', cxeiy get their money hack. This gac the said by friends of Man pin tho thnt he Mr. until uboutWhite,18th. Morelnnd, ricd but n ear or no. it is said. He and siixx- - Mr. Wheiler as his car was 07,712. Reosexclt second. happiness. Coulter of public moie confidence and he sue had iiitcifeptcd certain letters from West Yirgnua for Wilson, plurali (.aid to have been married before strut k. Mr. Wheeler was cixeii bus been here this week receiving Oklahoma, but thev uudiinl attention nt once, mid was ity :iS,701. Roo-ec- lt i ecded in getting a sufficient number lunis to a member of his family sceoiid. to a Ctrl from Traylor Davnev. wheat from the farmers of the Nebraska lor WiNon, plurulity, and had xxamed him against shoxving of siibscrihus to run on. separated nnd she went back to her able to ret in u home, hut wns bud-1- ) section. Miss Alpha Troxlor and Mr. Hoxv-nrblew was fexv A KI.107. Roscxclt second. jenrs Inter, about 1S75 his luce in Madison county again. lioine. The wife whom he Mr. J. L. cnnttiM'il nnd shaken up. Daxnev were quietly married ut Col. Walton bought the plant, telling bun that ho would kill him week bujing Dawson was here this South Dokotu for Wilson, pluinl-it- y. ftom Williamsburg. The l.exiucton Lender bad this several cars of lumber the home ot the bride's pjients. which wns it xery small one, nnd he if he did se. .'tS.OO.L Kooscxclt second. Cotoner (lew. I. Rnslit went to storx of the accident to Mr. Whccl-i- r: from the bpotswood Lumber Co. Washington for Kooscxclt, plurul- Mr. G. T. . Asbloek. at Ellisburg, Oct. sunk sexeial thousand dollars It wns aUo said that tho xery Crnh Orchnrd earl Tiiurstlnv inoru- Mis. Charlie Owens uud daughter fl, bv Hex-- F. L. Jcftcrs. the bride ity. 1.008. Wilso,, second. he got it on n firm foundation dnv of the killing Maupiu had enter- inir nnd conductid nn imiitc- -t oxer Mr. Chnrles Wheeler of xisiting friends here. for Roosoxelt, plurality, is one 1 the most poulnr xoung Out people nro no doubt ucminiiitcd icpted another letter, nnd that he aie other man nml Ins wile the bodies of the Kv.. father of Dr. C. L. Wheel-i- r. Jdaho Gubbert will till his regular Indies ol Lincoln county She i, the with the history of the paper since. came to town, deteimineJ to take the Ri 2,,22J. Wilson second. verdict in and had u jur return a street, ir 187 West Third Tuesday af- Delaware firr WiUon. ilur.ilit v, se'cond daughter ot Mr. und Mrs. A traxcling man who was hcio re laxv into his own hands upon the uppouiliuent ut the Christian church .nccordunce with the fact- -. hip on Sunday moining nnd night. u fractured A. K. Tun lor, of Stmilonl. The picseiititig Diem 1o,I7."j. Roosexelt sceoiid. iv. Wing, one of mnn, xxho, his friends say, was ternoon as a result of n Chestnut Miss Oklolioiua to xxieck his home. Mau- Lick, is Christine Meteult of Paint f.ir Kilsein plurulity, groom is the only son of .Mr. nnd C incmnuti s big paper houses, Hustonville. mid Deuces street inr colliding xxith tho itltiuctixo guest of her Mrs. 1,'ichnnl Dawicv nnd is u ery told the writer thnt he trav- piu wns oideied to jail bv Judge Ncvx une lrom I.exiiigton Tues- mi uulomiihilii xx Inch Mr. Wheeler 10.177. Itoosexclt s(Mond. biotheis. If. II. una Grant Metcalf. I'tnh for Tuft, plurality, 10,000, popnlai xoung man of Klhshiirg. All els iu scxcrol stales nnd that the Pciiton, until his examining trial .Mr. Charles K. Wheeler, of day tluit The acci-di- Wilson Miss Itutb Coffey, ot Shelby City, w.ir drixing, going cast. wish him and his bride much huppi-ne-second. Interior Journnl has tho largest cir- could be held. this cit came neai being serioiislx is visiting her grandmother, Mrs. occiii red on Last Mam trnt. and siicicss thivugli lite. Wxoming for WiNon. culation and the leputatiou of being plurality, v.ouudcd in an mitomobilii accident. opposite the I'lmenix gai.icc which Kate Coffey this week. the best mlxeitising medium of nny Arabia While louung out of nf the gntage. .lr. Wheeler hn,l left inunedintclx l.'llO. Tnft second. Mr. Chuiles Coffey, from Okla.. Carpenter Watkins paper in his knowledge'. Califoinm for Wilson, plurality, Ami ho Mr. Willie Denhum'.s family has is visiting the family his car wus strin k b U pa-.bcfoie the collision. The citv enr of Dr. Glider It.uexelt second. Mis- - Xinn Mr. Wheeler was biuised was iu t'hurcc of Motoriiuin llollmiil :12.2.I8. Carpcutcr an, M"r. might haxe tiuthfully added that it nuxed to Danxillc. stleet mi. this week. Annum for WiNon, pluialitv. !,- - How in el C. Watkins, both of Wash- is the host countix newspaper and nnd hhnki.ii up consider-sbl- v und Coiiilm tor Doggius. both of scratched It.ny Tanner, who undeiwcnt nn Mis., Lizie Snxder is xisiting ington. D. C. xxeto mm i led Tuesday nexxspapei proposition in this part Miss Ixn Reed. and it -- a- swesary to have whom claim the automobile cume (ill. -Roos(,it seeoml. operation at Reua last week i, doNew- Mexico for Wilson, plurality, exeniiig. e ouutry. car out of the enrage ut a inpid rate, Hi OLD FKILN'D. fmii doctors with him. at 8 o'clock, nt the home of of the Mrs. Adams is still impioxiug. Mr. ing very nicel now und will soou bo 1.070. Tuft -- econd. to the iimount ol the bruli's patents. .Mr. uud Mrs J. was dntmiged mith Adams is on the sick list. able to take up his studies again. nl thnt it was impossible to Mop ' Ncxniln fir WiNon.. iilurnitx. 1.- - A. Caipeuter, on Springfield nxenuc. Somerset Hotel Burns Down 1.200. .Mi. Mrs. Minnie .McDonald, of Junclleibert Smith uud family the tar in time to avoid the lollis- - 0S(l. of Kuoxille, liooscxlet seeoiid. Mr. Mason Cooke, Somerset, Kx.. Oct. S. The Cand weiu the guests of Mr. tils Witters tion City, who has been visiting her in I'enjnille, Hex-- . W. T. Oveisticet loii. I lie mitomoliilc was ilemolislicil Colin ado, for Wilbim, plurality, perloimcd tho ccreniuiiy, which wns ler hotel, one of the oldest in the at Mopped off tor u isit tn his croud nnd was mined about fiftv fiot af Mis. sislei, Mrs. L'. J. Tuuiier heie bus Lofiisxillc hist xxeek. 11,104. Tuft see ond. Mrs. A. It. McKiune. who ter being stnuk by the ulv cor. niotbei, witnessed by only n fexv lehitixcs citv. w:u tlcstroxcd bv lire after last Smith fiom King's Mountain, returned to her home. a few weeks. midnight with most of its contents. is and friends. Mi, Mniv Hope li.is bien ill lor Mis. Alice lhock. The Christian Endeavor will meet Mi. Wheeler wn-- . thken to the Lincoln Court is Affirmed Mr. Janus Hull is xisiting his home of his son. where mulicul atthe bride's sister, was the The hotel was ciowded to its capaMiss Mxrtle M'ontgomery is xisitat the Christian church on Sunday only attendant. After tho ccrenioiix city on annual of the Grand Lodge ing her sister. Mis. Fffio Maggie nt 'tdster. M.-- . William Wolfe, nt Cin tention wns lendeicd. His condition Tho Court of Appeals has affirmat 0:30 o'clock. MUs RutU cinnati. ed the judgment of the Lincoln Cir-cu- it supper wns served, after which the of Odd IVlloixs, which is in session Hiirgin. Tanner will lead the meeting and Mr. Wheelis icgarded as muioiis. Mrs. Hill Spalding and little Kuth- - er, nccompniiied bv his xvife hud left for Chicago, where thev heie this week and one or two ot the Mrs. Lena Reed, Miss Thelma there Will be un iutciestillg uronnm Court in the case of Mollie C. pair with Ml. hpalilm; rine. retuiiied Vaughn's' ndministnttor against the will spend some xieeks xisiting Mr. occupants hud iiurrow escapes. ThU Adams, Miss Reed, Miss Ressio arranged. to Lexington TiipmIiiv. t lor .Monday, after a lrngthv Adam-'- , Modern William Delk, Miss Neomn Ilrothcrhood of Amcricn. Watkins' le'lntixes, bcfoie ictuining morning Poliicmuu John Waddle Mr. John Elliott, near town is Dr. Alcorn. the little ones here to nnd placed iu jail Charles Delk. Miss Virginia Reed. Curlis very sick, and it's very doubtful says YiiiiL'hn eorriful n tinlii.v In lli l.. to their now- homo m Washington. her What John R. Yeaaer. of Bovle (iixcns. Itlitek Miss He bus been a well known cietv for $11000 foi tho benefit of'"l,CI" I'''ey will be .... nt homo after Candler, son of Mi. Candler, who Smith, Nnncie Reed, Manford, Smith about his recoxery. John R. Ycnger, . . sister Mis. I'.b Keniudx, at Stan- IJoxle farmer, odxertised n farm for his wife, who died a fexv months be- XT uin. ine onile is u owns tho building, ami Karl Grov Mniy Delk mid Mviu Adams went sick exer since Junuuiy. He got daughter of Postmaster and Mrs. und John Walton, on a charge of grape hunting ftatpidaw ford Thurndiiy. some octtor una his many friends a shoit fore Vnuglin did. When the rnpstion Mrs. ('. It. McCormack and win, tent in the Interior Journal find the in use n n to who wus entitled to the J. A. Cuipenler und has made her being implanted iu the burning of Mis. Maud Snxder is xisitiug Mrs. hoped he would soon be well again while ago. He was in St tin 3dUs Com floode, visile,! friends at homo iu the Capital City for about tho hotel. The building was iiisined Lena Reed. but this week he had a hemorrhage other day und remarked to the edi-to- i: policy the society paid the money elcxcn Danville Sunday. but the furuittitc, xenrs. Mr. Wntkiiis is u most of which into eomt nml it wus ml indued that of the bruin and is very low. camo down Miss Rachel Lvon of Iowa und holds u goxernment belonged to the lessee, J. 1.'. Craig, Mts. Vaughn's iclatixcs xxero not Green Briar. Uncle Josh st Qruxcs, a Rood old "You people must linxc the position, being a chemist by proles-sio- wn.-- , not. fiom Juiictioii OH, where hhe is Theie is going to be 11 Rox Sunner coloicd man o fneur toxvn, is at the circulation of uuv paper any- entith'd to nnv part of the 'money. teaching, to be with the hometolks Dnuxille Advocate. ut Green Rrinr school house Satur- point of denih. Undo Josh bus a where. I hud aiisweis to inv until Moiulav. FOR BALD HEADS The Billinq Trophy. day night, Oct. 19. Kxer.xbodv is lot ol friends, xxho will be sorry to from Wisconsin, irgmin, Rex-- . C. R. Rhiiu. of the Piesbv-teria- n Mt. Moriah invited to come mid bring a box. car of his illness. mid West Yirgiuin. beMr. C. K. (1. Hillings, of New cliuieU will be "one nxxnv on ArkutiMis Frank Moblev, ot near town, xvho The protracted meeting bus come A Treatment That Costs Nothing If Girls, don't forget to bring boxes. weeks nml theie sides stones ltom Kentucky points, York, the muu who, at his oxxu exji visit foi thlee Roxs, don't forget to bring -"- Mir has been sick for suxer.il days with It Falls. mid they nil said they had seen the pense, took the World's Champion to ti close nt this place, but we wcic s.xill be no serxices ut the iliiirch 1 pocket books. Now don't forget the tvphoid fever, is doing very nicely haxe Tiotteis to Ruiope nml exhibited tluiiiktul for the time it went on 'i, in the Interior Journal. ii c. slurinu his mid the good it done. We want xou to tiy thice laigo date. Oct. IPtli. The monev will go and if no further complications set lr. mid Mis. Tom Jackson. Mr. (akin the I. J. for muiiy curs and llicm without icmuncrutiou for the iil ho xxill soon be uble to get up mid uImuxk look for it litst tor 1 find puiposo of showing loieigners the This is unite u bitsv time with the bottles of Rcxall "0.1" Hair Tonic for the benefit of the school. ai ml Mrs. Mitchell, ol HurroiNbun.', mingle with his friends. our In i in and stock news column merit, of the Aniciieuu hotter, bus funnels here cutting com und hous- on our guarantee thnt the motored to this cit Siiiidnv ufter-viooPUBLIC SALE mi intcies'ting fcutuic. und not to be gixen to the Kentucky Trotting ing tobacco. will not cost xou a penny if it Stop Hair Falllnq Today lloie llieedeis Association a magLittle Chiicuce lleirv while tiding docs not give j 011 ubsoluto sutistac-tioi- i. Miss Hettie Harnett isited Mia. found in other papets." TheieV piobobl.x nificent gold i up, which will be And it's title. u hoiso n few daxs ago. fell off and That's pioof ot our faith iu liellu llaruetto hixt week. It won't cost Saturdav. October. 18. 1912 tent to pioxe that to the owner of the hoiso In ok" his aim, but the little felloxv is this reined , and it should indisMix. Hattie 6rr. of Coxinaton, is mi (ouutry paper in Kcutiukv thnt Iluxing lentcd mv farm for the you can stop falling hniv and pie-ve(divers nnj thing like Uib tetritoiv dotting the tustcst heat iu a race Inking his pain casilx. putably demonstrate that we know the Kiieht of Mrs. W. 0. Speed. baldness for G. L. Penny vrill I will, on tho uboxe date Mr. mid Mis. Chailie Mortis, of thnt the I. J. leaches and exeiv man dining the Lexington Meeting. Oct. Mrs. Mvitlo Skidiuoic is icioic-in- g what we ate talking about when we j car 1013, supply ou with a bottle of PARISmile from uud this prize will piohably IvJexiiiL'ton, nie the iruest of l'rof. who bus something to sell, und is hiv that Reuill "!KI" lluir Tonic, nt mv lesidenie oxer n flue gill nt her home. IAN SAGE and if jott are not satisonto his 'ob, is going to take ndxan-tug- e go to the horse who wins the offer lor wile my will ictaid baldness, oxeicome sculp nnd Mrs. S. S. Robinson. fied with the icsiilt he will letuud of its immense (iiciilatlon. The October Prin or tho ingMr. Wright, of this nlaee is build uud Imir ailments, uud if mix human pioneitv consisting of: Dnuxille Messrs. Muck Himhes. of his stole loom lnigcr. House and lot' iu Middlcbiirg the full purchase price. l. uccomphsli this icsiilt, Lust xear it was ngi'iicx cun nnd Slonn l'listhind. of llnrrodsbifti; The wiiiie guarantee nppliv to Mr, Pcdio Giccn has leturned it may be also relied upon to known us the I). A. Wiggins piop-iwon bv Cluuley Mitchell 2:111 jittended the Ilnruuy I.eiuh halo horc home fiom Cuutidn. He now is go0 head of horses, 4 head of d.iudiuff, splitting hair, faded hair new giovvth of hair. Miss ITiznbelh Fov, dauh,"i' of after which the horse wus sold to 'Wednesday. scalp itch. Rt member we me busing our mules, II heiiil if cattle, about 700 or Mr. und Mrs. I. C. Hmwne, of Mr. nnd Mrs. I. J. Fox. of Lincoln Mr. Hillings himself. The muu who ing to stmt his stoic mid biuksinith most dePARISIAN SVGE statements upon what has ulrcadv hub's of hn, 2 stacks loose huv, 150 lightful, refreshing is the invigoratstole a inureli on her patents owned the winner lust .xcar is now shop. Huiiiih for Pedro. Pnnxille, and Miss llehsle Held, of and Mi. Robert Hatfield camo iu last been iiceoinplisheil bv the Use ot hands 01 11, 1.1 shocks cane, Cement xisited Mr. and Mrs. Cnlo mid she nnd Mr. James Daughcitv the owner uf Radon, one of the 'California ing hair cliesiug iu the woild. It IicmiII "0.1" Unit Tonic, and we linxc tiling iiuiebiiie, 2 horse wagon. Ruck-boaralso of this county, were mniried in grandest mio horses the world ever Saturdnx night from Illinois. llrowne Inst week. Phaeton, Short, shafti tint, picserves the natural color of tho Plein-tilinhe wins this cup two Sain Roone uud Chnrles Dunnwav the light to assume that what it has iixx', mfd if Mrs. John McKiniicr of Mt. Cincinnati last week. Rex. pronouncing the ceremony. .Xenix iu succession, it will bo some- were culling on their best girls lust done toi thousands of otlicis it will Rock Island hay louder, lot of other hair and imparls to it 11 glossy finlem, xisitcd Mix. It. M. Tate, on that all admire. fexv men haxe accom- Stiiid.iv iitternoou near Neal's Cieek do for j 011. In nnv exent you can farming implements. Household und The bride is u oung ladv of rate thing that "Wednesday. Large bottle M cents nt deulera Miss Muhd Wright has the not lose nnv Hung by giving it u trial kilcheu furuitme. Mix. Rodman Kcenon, of Hnrrods--Tiur- accomplishments, desemsWy popu- plished in the history of racing. mumps. Sale hour 10 n. m. Terms rea oxerxwheie. The girl witJi the Auon our liberal guarantee. Two sites, is the Kuet xif hor sister, Mix. lar, while tho groom is u sober, mor. burn Hair 011 every package. A member o fthe Ohio legislature r0( und , Remember, von can ob- - sonable and made known on day of brothers, Mes-i- r. al young muu, isnineeted with the David Newbern and & C, railroad. Fifteen men in Rreathitt cniiutv tain Ruxnll Remedies in this com- - wile. W. RiaaiNs, They will make made n full confession of the wholes-a0. J. A. J. ind P. W. Adams. been iudictod for the murder of inunitv only nt our store The Rex- -, bribery of members, xvhihc has hn-Nice line of felt hats for fall iwfc Middleburg, Kv. Dr. v. J. C lulders lias movea nw their home in Danville, and have le 82-the noted feudist, Kd CallaJu. nil Store, Penny's Drug Stole. been going on for years. received. Misses Straub. Henry Thomas, Auctioneer. officii from over Adams Bros,' store the best wishes of many friends. SAYS BECKHAM r to the rooms oxer the Peoples Hank. Mn. Siiinn Sihlec has returned to lier lioine in Loitisxille after n tsit to Mrs. W. 0. Speed. Miss Allio Ymitis, of Lanonslcr, is the cuest of Miss Ilessin Riffe. Miss IMdio T. Carpenter visited relntixcs at Morelnnd last week. Mr. V.. V. CnrHiiii, wlm has been ill for n foxx1 weeks, is much better. Mr. Urinh Dunn left Sundiiv for the South, xx here ho will remain (brunch the winter. Mm. John Sandnlco is xisitinc her dnuchter, Mrs. Luke Carpenter, nt Ncxx-- Cnslle. MIk l,ri"',i,lu Nevbcrn is vts'.tir.c her sis(or, Mis. Joe McKcown, ut I.ouisxille. Mr. nnd Mrs. R. M. Tote arc friends nt Jiuksou. Mr. Tom Now hern left Mondiiv for Somerset to accept u positiou xxitlt Ihc Western Union Telegraph Co. Mrs. John Rout has leturned from Danxillc, W here she xisitcd Mrs. " Jean l'opc. Mesdames J. C. Ilarkcr nnd S. Newton were in Dnuxille shopping is-it- pOOOOOO&GOOOO$OQOO0O$O$OOO$OOO, WILL GO TO SENATE TO SUCCEED 0 0 0 0 O 0 col-!cLl- fd 0 0 0 0 y j 0 0 0 s es c (" 0 0 0 0 0 " S . - - ft .m . 0 0 0 0 0 - J he-ro- V wrin-nc- nr al-w- 51,-81- 2. 01,-!).- 7. uuto-irobi- lo xl lil'-he- d cd sex-cr- A el sux-tnui- Wcd-nesd- ax nt ss ni!: Lu-liii- Cm-pent- tuo-toi- Ix-- u-.i- d, vi-it- cd utt-niuc- r ,.l na-ti- big-co- n. uilxer-tisemc- nt 1 nb-ei- n. pci-oii- a! 1 111 1 pie-seat- 11 nt 0, -2 g, Trail-sxlxuui- a, Fice-for-nl- pio-mo- le ut 11 1 d, e 2. - ," tjrdWr THE JTAKFOBD WTtmOR JOURNAL, tTAHMIW, KENTUCKY HIP. OCTOIEE II. HH MIL FARMER ."Make vour home ns roodprn for vour family as a nice residence, nnd place vounsclf iu n position to cct the latest market quotation nV nnv time. This can be accomplished bv mcnim of our telephone ficrvico which vou and vour nchrhbors enn cct for n mim thnt i small compared with tho benefit reccied. Call or nddreis our nearest office or writo direct to henduunrtcra. Nashville. Tcnn.. for information regarding our mieeinl "Farmers Lino" inte If vou are not nt present cnioying nervice. we can immediately interest von. Our lines cover tho States tele-Dho- Public Sale of Live Stock Horses, Mules and Cows 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 : For Rent. My farm of 230 ncres 35 ncrc-- j lor corn, jo ior whent or onts, 00 ncres in mentlow, Also lins Rood bnlnnco in prnss. dwelling house, barn nnd nil outbuildings. For further information nddres Mrs. Geo. Logan, Stanford, 74tf Ky., West Main street. For Sale -- Near Stanford, well imnroved 200 ncre blue rrnss farm. good two story houso biir stock barn with silo, plenty of everlasting Bpnnc water, tor further jiuorraa- tijn sco and write Adoluh NonQrue nignn, Stnnford or Fred VonAllrann, 34 nnd Rank street, Louhvitlc, Ivy. Call For Stock Law Election Himiilnr lorm Lincoln county court, held August 12th. 1912. Hon. James P. liniley, Judge, piesiding. The petition of E. J. Tanner nnd ctlieis wns this day filed in open court, nnd is now noted of record, of tha praying for u subuiiss-iui- i (lucstion whether cattlo generally fhull be permitted to run lit large on tho public highways nnd unenclosed lnnds of Hustoiuilie iMnisienui District No. 4. of Lincoln county, Kentucky. It appearing from n consideration of fruid petition that it has Uecii sigu-e- d by more than twenty legal oters iii nml ii r i electors in .,.i... said Hustouville Magisterial Dis trict. No. 4, that nt the time me ...,i;ii,.rw ilnnositrd with the county n.nirt ii sum of motiev siiffiiceut iu the judgment of the court to defrny the expenses ot said election; mm by nn older of the Fiscal court of t". in ffinntv now in force the magisterial district is tixed as the unit in such elections m L.wcom county; that it is more than bixty ,ifn-until tlif npt rccillar election to be held in said district, the court is of the opinion nnd orders anil au- .i iudges that tue petitioners are the nrnvcr o the in hnv .t..t;i.n irrmitpil. which is done, and nn election is hereby ordeied to be held on the 5th Uny ot xsovemuir 1912, the regular day, in tue lour nrpoiiicts of Ilustonville viii Magisterial District. No. 4 of Lin- a en-:tt- RURAL TELBrHONEM. DOWN- $525 600 800 of Indiana and Illinois. Nr Kentaekv. Tennessee. Mississippi. Louisiana nnd the Southern portion CUMBERLAND TEL. & TEL CO. has come the price of Ford cars to a point where you can no longer afford to be without one. With this reduction the Ford ceases to be a luxury and becomes a necescity. Runabout Tourlnq Car Town Car IEXI NGTON OCTO. 8 TO 19 THE WORLD'S GREATEST CONTESTS : J 2 aqed brood mares, bred I horse. 3 horses I to Preston brood mare, bred to a ' brood mares, bred to brood mare, bred to cu RrtlHrtntt These new price, f. o. b. Detroit, with nil equip ment. An early order will mean nn early dcliv cry. Get full particulars from horse, horse, by by Ashland Ashland BrooK. W. E. GLOVER, Stanford, Ky. I I I I I I I I I saddle horse horse pray qelding. Roan werk horse. breed mare by Preston, bred to High Cleud. brood mare by Preston, first dam Katie Maley, bred to Rex Peavine. Aqed brood mare, bred to lack. way draft mare, bred I -- year-eld Jack. to lack. ton I I I 1 harness mare, by Pres- - qeldlnq. by Preston. horse, by Preston mare, by Preston. walkinq horse, extra i Reed. 2 Svcklimi horse colts, bv Preston. I Suckling mare colt, by Preston. I Srav harness qelding I aged work herse. I harness mare, by Dor- - Brook, mare and colt, pair sorrel horse mules 15 4 hands hiqh, 4 and 5 years old. Aoed pony. pair horse mules, 16 hands high, black mules, 16 pair hands hiqh. mare mules. 15 pair hands high, pair aqed horse mules, 16 hands high, black mare mules. pair 16 hands hiqh. black horse mules, pair hands hiqh. 15 mare mule, 16 hands high, aged lack, proven to be a good breeder, family horse, buquy and harness. Jersey cow and calf: I Jersey cow Durham cow a qood milker wagon and harness. Cultivator. 3--2 two-horse gljEfl HHQ TUI-SHA- WORLD'S) ,Est Terms Made Known on Day of Sale. 1 -- 7 L Crab Orchard, Kentucky. J. P. CHANDLER, Auctioneer. FARM AND STOCK J. C. BAILEY, NEWS 20 acres of wheat M. B. Lytle, Phono 109 Y. For Kent. land. 78-8- 0 For Sale. Aberdeen Angus cattle both sexe3; mules from colts to four year olds; thoroughbred bonis K. II. Crow, ready for service. Shelby City, Ky, Ky., phone 8 two f. rings, Junction Ex. Advertise your sale in the I. J. More farmers read it than any othpr country paper in the state. Tor Sale. One nice, coming three y ear vld, Peacock filly, beautifll bay with two white feet and star; good size. Cull ou r uddiesS. Mis. Sim 8t-Owens, Moreland, Ky.. CO-tp. Every stock buyer in Lincoln nnd most of them in the surrounding counties reads the Interior Journal. You can coter five counties completely by advertising your sale in it. For Rent. My farm of l'JO ncres Mrs. Jessie on llnniiing Fork. Stagg, Stnnford. 78. Stnnford. Ky. 80-2For Side. Uou.e and two acre of land, 4 2 miles from Stnnfotd house: on llustouvillo pike, outbuidings: good barn nnd other f.ver lasting spring on plnco; fruit tree1? and fine garden. Q. E. Lutes. 79-Stnnford. E. Proctor. p. 1-8. l'pr Sale. Three extra nice Duron Jei'.ey boars, subiect to register. D. hMMHIH fit (3 I 9 1 A 1 1 mAU If I had only saved my money I could have accepted this offer and spent But my remaining days in comfort. Now, It is teo late! too late!!" re E This man did not tavo his money, thiiiLing a chance to use neer come. When a splendid opportunity came he haU no money and doomed himsvlt to lie in ocitv for the iet of eerv lemainuig moment for his folly his life blaming hims-el- f ' drawn out misery. uiul It would w ill one day have such an opportunity. Tuke heed. Start saving HOW Come in nnd talk it over Today. YOU STATE BANK & TRUST CO., Capital $S0,O00. W. Surplus $500 PrH. V-P- tn. Stanford, Ky. . L. PCNNY, V. Ptn. SALMI, CmM. M. L MCCARTY, I. J. D. EADS, J. S. RICE, V. Pre. t. ALIERT PHILLIPS, States fio eminent nnd the Stute of Has Cured Worst Cases and You Kentucky through the College of Can Try it At Our Risk ... itiir.. - " Ktnte University, r llplltuiitni. "- r tin.M.rfoetcd by winch Yea trv Zomn. That's all VOU plans hae been a system of instruction in ngncul-- 1 need do to get rid of tho worst case m turo can he eMiiuitsiieu of eczema, lou take no chance, ii county nnd the fnrmcrs be tuught h no experiment. Zcmo is positivemethod without leuwng ly guaranteed to stop itching rash, modern their own homes, iiineeu uie r; raw, bleeding ccicma make a pimpertinents nnd demonstrations will pled face hiuooth and clean. Zemo ES-O- ne OneFare-RAILRO- AD be made ou the farms tliem-eiis n wonder nnd tha minute applied WltlTK FOB ritOGIMM can thus have the it sinks in, vanishes leaves no evinnd the fanners problems of udvnntngc nnd inteicst dence, doesn't stick, no grease, just iitni worked out iiDon his own a pure, clean wonderful liquid nnd i, place, nnd to the improvement of it cures. This w guaranteed. Zcmo It is thought is put up by the E. W. Ilose Medihis own property. thnt by fnr the most effective meth- cine Co., St. Louis, Mo., nnd sold con by nil druggists throughout Ameri... l...,..n1 . frf tlin ,'" I ods of improving agricultural I CJ1II COUIlli, IVVIUIH.IWJ, iw"v. llir. ditions in Kentucky will he uy iiius ca, und in Stanford ut Penny's dmg poe of nssertiuumg the will ol me bringing the instruction to the farm store. vntors of said district, upon the er's own door, inteml ot iy menus wiil of the question whether ur not of lectures nt special points arid For Sale Small Country Farm they wish cuttle generally to run at through communication" by mail, I desire to sell privately my home large on the public highways and which have been the only method about 3 2 miles from situated Ilustonville heretofore employed. ininiicliiid lnnds of Stanford, Ky., on tho Rush Branch Magisterial District No. 4, of Lin It is sought to put the system of pike, nnd jiivifU"JJ ''"' '""d of in iigriemtiiutl practically coln county, Kentucky, mm uov-e- r. purpose of holding this election for on the basU of the present public Mrs. O. C. Oivcns ana carson nnd This place contains ten county can Magisterial District are directsaid pvstcm, and each acres of good land, well one-hned to open u poll on the date aboc have nn ncriculturnl instructor who voting will devote his attention exclusively fruited. Upon it there is a new named iu each of the four two embraced in said Magis to that count, and each group of dwelling house of ai rooms, new porch Toom, a terial District, mfmelv IIustonille twelve counties will have a supei-li.- binnll halls nnd everlasting springs nnd otmg precincts Nos. J, -- , J, and 4. l whom the instructor- re cistern ,two all necessary outbuildings. For parThe cleik ot the Lincoln county port and the supervisors will in write to P. M. court is directed to cnuse to be turn report through one ot tho tnreo ticulars call utwn or Stnnford, Ky. printed on tho ballots to be used main divisions into which tho work McRoberts, Altv. nt LEWIS JONES. in this election the question lins been divided to the director of in fnvor of making it agricultural extension nt the College "Are you unlawful for cattle generally to run of Agriculture nt the Stnte Univer- A Severe Sickness Leaves The Kidneys Weak ut large on the public highways nnd sity. unenclosed lnnds of Hustonwlle Mutehler, of Bowling Prof. Fied After recovering lrom a severe magisterial district No. 4, of Lin- Green, will hnve charge of one of t.,ll .if cwt'iiess somo time ago. 1 county?" coln the three divisions, nnd other run down and suffering lrom Notice of this election must be will be chosen soon to direct was all poor blood. I would hav pains in divi-iupublished twenty days beforehand the wtitl: of the other two my b.ick and hips un my kidneys in the Stanfoid Interior Journal, the Bv the plan which has been perfectI started be only nowspaper published in Lincoln ed nnv county which will raise a botheredSwamp-Ro-all the time upon tho which notice must apnear comparatively small share of the taking comity, on of a friend and found n. at least four issues of said newsexpense will be fnrnHicd with an it was just what I needed. My .Best Iced to paper. liistiuitor and hnvo all other Mood became all right and nftei This election shall bo held bv, and of the syMcm, the ngricul-tuitaking a few bottles, I was surpriston. $20.00 on. polls thereof compared and the reextension division npi'viug the ed nt tho effect it hnd on my s. sults nnuouueed in the mnnner, nt bulk of the cost from the laigc fund entirely cuicd uud They were the time, nnd by the persons auth- provided bv the State and atiohal I hnvo much to be thnnkful for that orized to hold elections and com- Governments. The nmount required vour grent remedy did for me. pare the polls and declnie the from tho ounties is so small that Yours very truly in elections held for count'v it believed that all of them will take W. O. BLACKMON, be advantage of the svstem as soon ns shall officers, nnd the result Phcnix City, Ala. sirren.l upon the record of this the oppoituuity becomes known, ami Sworn to and subscribed before MndUnu nnd Henderson me. this tho 14th day of July 1009. court nt iU t tegular term lifter already counties hnve been placed upon the the result is declared. W. J. Birs, Justice of tho Peace. Pianl; Montgomery, an The clerk of the Lincoln county roll. expert, has taken ihnrge of ) Lincoln, nnd couit, the Sheriff of 'l Letter to the officers of the election iu the the woik iu Madison county, find Dr. Kilmer & Co. seveinl voting places embraced in arrangement, have been completed Binqhamton, N. Y. I llntonille Magisterial district No. f Jr an instructor to bo sent to Hen4, of Lincoln county, Kentucky, nre derson county. first-clas- s Prove What Swamp Root Will Do diiected to do nnd perform all of For You. Bull Moose Sneakina tho tcspcctivo duties of them by the Send to Dr. Kilmer & Co., Hon. King Swope, luw.s of this Commonwealth iu adf Danville, N. Y., for a sample bottle. vertising nnd conducting said elec- Ivy., will address the votois of LinIt will convince anyone. You will tion, in the preparation utfd preser- coln county nt the court house in also leccive a booklet of valuable on Saturday nftcrnoon, information, vation of the ballots nnd iu can- Stanford telling all about the vassing and certifying tho result of Oct. 12, nt 1:30. Mr. Swope comes kidneys nnd bladder. When writing the otc. u ml it is diiected that said highly lecommended us nn onit.tr be sure to mention the Stnnford Inelection be held in all tespects its and is cousideied one of tho ablest terior Journal. Regular fifty cent required by law governing such spenkers of the Progressive party nnd size bottles for sale 81-elections and the general election in Kentucky. at all drug stores. law in bo far as ib applies to this Southern Railway Popular Excursion To The Farmers or Lincoln County vhaiacter of election. Sunday Oct. 20th, Sunday beAttest O. II. Cooper, Clerk, LinWe will have our annual corn show coln county court. tween Louisville, Lexington, DanIn obedience to tho foregoing or- ville, Geoigctown, Ixiwjenceburg, some time in November nnd will offer der of the Lincoln county court, an Iliirrndxhurg, Shelby villo mid Ver- somo nice picmiums oil both white election will bo held in tho four vot- sailles and inteimtdiate stations in nnd yellow corn, so you enn Imvc ing piccincts of lliihtouille Magis- both directions, l,;ist of the sea- jour ecs turned in that ilnectQou. terial District No. 4, of Lincoln son. l.f0 between Lexington. Dan- Will publish the picmium list soon County on the fith day of No ember ville, Georgetown, and Loiiisille, uud name the time. With the very 1912, iu all icspccts as 'escribed for the Kiiuiil trip; tickets limited to best wishes, vour truly, Stnte Bank Daalar In in fcnid older, for tho purpose of ictiira on dnto of sale. Pioporlion-atel- y & Tnut Co. ascettainiiig tho will of tho otor of low rates between iutei mediA TEXAS WONDER. Hustonwlle Magisterial District, No. ate stations. Consulo any SouthThe Texas Wonder cures kidney 4, of Lincoln lonnty upon tho quesern Railway agent or write II. C. tion whether or not they wish cat- King. (TA, Lexington, Ky. B. II. and bladder troubles, removing gmv tlo gcnciallv to run nt huge on tins U'odd, DPA, Louisville Ky. J. C. el.' cures diuLctes, weuk unu lume Diiblic highwns nnd uneueIoed Beam, AOPA, St Louis, Mo. back-4- , rheumatism, nnd all irregu-Inritiland of said llustouvillo Miigixter-ia- l of the kidneys and bladder UNDERTAKER AND EMSALmkH Distrii t No. 4. O. It. COOPER, RcgulutC3 QUIT RENTING STANFORD KENTUCKY. in both men and women. Clerk, W. L. McCarty. Sheriff 70-And buy you n smnll place. I hnve bladder troubles in hildrcn. If not Office Phone 167. Home Phane 3 01 iicies I will sell at a bargain and old by your druggist, will.be sent Posted Huntlna Forbidden. on easy terms. There is a small by mail on receipt of $1 : One small CONCRETING We, whose names are signed be- house ou the plnco and I will build bottlo is two months' treatment, and low, positively forbid anv hunting uny kind of improvements desired, seldom fails to perfect a cure. Send V PHONE 153. ire in oltlon la da all kind of con lllock WurW, I'tuinciiti, slid It is good tobacco land, corn or rrttinr, tuch or fishing upon our premises: houu can nthlnr is in blue grass except, for testimonials from Kentucky and in (act, a froc makt Call and (rout prlcci W. F. Semonis. Wm. J. Beck, Fred wheat. All fft our 2920 down to l.t. Wfcit you laj your maUritl at Itait. VonQrueuigan, O. Daumann, Chas. seven and one half acres. Write or other states. Dr. E. W. Hall. Louis, Mo., Sold by Olive street, St. T. Willson, Ed Oooch. Lutes & Myers phone 83 PHILLIPS IROS., Stanford, Ky. 78-4W. F. Dlshsn, Stanford. Shugars and Tanner. C. M. Allen, Ed Ballard. State to Help Farmers. it., tin. .n.iixrntinn of the ECZEMA? United TRY ZEM0 !" Y, $21,000 TIIK KKXTCCKY FCTUIUTY WKDXKSIUY, 3.00O TIIK WALNUT HALL CUI Tlll'llSDAY, 8,000 TIIK TIUXSYI.VAXIA . MONDAY, 3.0O0 TIIK CASTI.irrOX CUP . MONDAY, O.ROO CHAMl'IOXSIIIP HTAM.IOX WKDXKSDAY, 9 0,000 THK OUTOIlKIt 1MIIZK A 1IQ STAKE EVERY DAY KENTUCKY T. H. B. ASSOCIATION OCT. 8 OCT. 0 OCT. 10 OCT. 14 OCT. 14 OCT. IS Weber's Prize Ilnnd of America RAT es Fare SCHOOL 1-- tr Headquarters for Tablets, Pencils and Ink Crab lf L. I SAW, IMaril, Ky. nr - ALCORN We have another shipment of Alcorn, Price $2 per 100- lbs while the supply lasts. Do not overlook slopping your hogs and most economical per Price feeders shipslufll ts ot start your al kid-nev- U J. H. Baughman & Co. lu-x- al Phone 11 Stanford, Kentucky. When you want Ding-hnmto- n, FIELD SEEDS and at right prices, call on one-doll- ar T. D. NEWLAND, opposite Court House 2. J. C. McClary H. B. Northcolt Poultry, Eggs, es Produce, Salt, 4. Lime & Cement Stanford, Ky. 2. F. u .4... . Tj.HLm '" -- ay nzr UJULLl ims.1 .i.'i . Jr '" f THE tTAWFOIH) tWTEWIOH JOUWHAHTANFOBO, KENTUCKY FRIDAY. OCTOIEH II. 1112 Besides these two crops, brome grass, or Bromit 7nermt',does well in you! locality. Upon the farm of Louis FIck situated within a short distance o your farm, brome grass has been doing wonderfully well. Meadow Fescue will do well also In your locality. From our experience with the grasses and from an observance of the native vegetation, we would say that the timothy and brome grass are the two best momlttrs of the grass family fot your locality. The brome grass will CHOLERA Every year thouiandi upon thouiandi of farmers low their hogi with cholera. You can lave your hogi from this dread disease if you will begin at once and give them MEi3 By f, E. WAMawam, af the r PARMliRo" t HC assM On real secret of youth and beauty lor Ihe youn, wornad or Ihe mother h Every woman, the proper understanding ol her womanly system and young or old, should knew htrtilf and her physical make up'. A food war re) get a food doctor book, such for Instance, as "Tha) arrive at this knowledge is lo People's Common Sense Medical Adviser," by K. V. Pierce, M. D., which can copy, address!? cents for readily bo procured by sending thirty-on- e Dr. Pierce, at Buffalo, N. Y. The womsnly system is a delicate machine which can only be compared to Ihe ! Irlcata mechanism ol a beautiful watch which will keep in good running order only with food care and Ihe proper oiling at the right time, 10 that the delicate mech anism may not be worn tut. Very many times young women get old or run down before Iheir lime through ignorance ami the improper handling of this human mechanism. Mental depression, a confused head, backache, headache, or hot 6nshet and many svmptoms of derangement of the womanly system can be avoided by a proper understanding of what la do, in those trying times that come to all women, wtll-bcirt- t. cloth-bound V: ,1 POTATO SCAB A BOURBON HOG CHOLERA REMEDY Use it in the food and drink and your hogs will never have the cholera. Don't wait until they get sick. Begin giving your hog9 thi9 medicine now. It is the only remedy in the world sold under a Guarantee Bond to prevent and cure hog cholera. .sassssIsssssssssEa Jem? Correspesdent wrlteei oleal has beta "I find tint my potatoes arr badly ITMt way akeal Mie rasar-kachog and Infested with what seems to me to bis unities, bat it Is a answer the description of potatoscab." very MeounflBf fact that he Is In treating potatoes for scab it Is becemlag extinct. Ills happy best to use one pound of formalin to haatlaff (round consist bow of only thirty gallons of water. This treata ssaall part of tha total hof produe-Inf- f ment should bo given the seed before area. lie has bees succeeded by the potatoes are cut, and after treatths mors domesticated and, more ing they shmild tie scattered out and highly dsvelop9 type of hog-- which allowed todry unless jou are ready to lereice lareaa saM la a joo-lar k Ka-sc-llttlrap-tell- y Hew HOW TO PRESERVE YOUTH AND 6EAUTY. 1 someeM has properly dubbed "the xaertf are raiser." Many farmers can easily attribute the possession of homes, wealth and all that goes plantthem Immediately. Aitor using Ills place In the scheme of Industrial progress has been won not by any unusual trait, but Is largely dus to the fact that his proflUbloneas Is a result of Instinctive By nature he economical habits. seems to fit Into the whole schemo of HERE'S THE HOG READ THIS LETTER BOURBON REMEDY CO., Lexington, Ky, "Enclosed find photo of a hog that mi cured of cholera with jour Hombon Hor Cholera Remedy. The hog wa almoit dead before using thu medicine and then was entirely cured ticepl the lou of eari, tail, etc. The hog ii owned by Mr. Ski lei Ening, Howling Green, Ky. He will be glad to give you a testimonial and we can get several more if jou want them." JENKINSSOBLETT DRUG CO., Rowling Green, Ky, GUARANTEED OR MONEY BACK Thii wonderful remedy it alio guaranteed to prevent worms, thumps, scoura nd all liver disorders. It regulates the bowels, aids digettion and causes hogs to fallen quickly. Use it and get your money back if you don't find it the beit hog remedy made. COSTS NOTICEi ONLY FIVE CENTS PER MONTH FOR EACH DOG el Imitations! ad accept ooae bat BOURBON. SHUGARS & Tbla la the ranady Amy arc all trylnrf (o Imitate. Bcwarsa Ask your dra tflat for Baurboa Mog Cholera tn.dy TANNER. Stanford. Kentucky. FINE FARM FOR SALE! 1 PUBLIC SALE I nm determined to go to Illinois. offer for sale privately my fnrm THURSDAY. OCT. 17. 1012, nt my residence, known as the Farm", near Sugar old "Abraham drove School Houe. 2 2 miles of Crab Orchard, near the Oltenheim liike, commencing promptly nt 10 A. M. nell the following described pro- of 175 ncrcs in buburhs of Crab Orchard, Lincoln county, Ky. It contains a ten room brick dwelling, in good repair, the usual outbuildings nnd is watered by tho never failing springs' nnd KInx creek. About 15 acres in graca uiid balance in cultivation. Much of the land can perty: be used for town lots. Anyone de1 extra good milk cow, 1 yearling siring to look over the premises will cnlf., 1 mule colt, 1 horse colt, 4 call on me. fattening hogs, weighing nbont 200 Terms made known on npplicn-itop pound each, 1 wnrdrohe, 1 dreser, 3 bedMrad", '2 sets bed spring, 1 J. W. Guest. Crab Orchard, Ky. rocking chnir, fl chairs, 1 machine, 1 safi, 1 wrought iron Fall and Winter Suitings. range, cost j35 nnd ns good ns new; Mr new Fall and W'lsler Bamplea are now lot )f ennned fruit nnd many otha r.lr for Tone isroeclioD. Ther comprise er things too numerous to mention. the best oo the market. I can sail anyone I will on n. 70-0- Pearlie Doan J. P. Chandler, Auct. PUBLIC SALE! I will bell publicly nt Crab Orch-nr- d on Saturday. Odtobcr 12, 1912, h 1'fe linf-- e nnd b'lj". a gto! milk cow, nnd a lot of household nnd kitchen furniture, nil in good shape. Sale will liegm nt 10 o'clock in the morning, and terms will be made known on day of sale. Col .1. 1'. 78-tChandler, Auct. J. F. Holdam. to price wbo nail bis clotb.s maae to or e drr. A salt made to your mearars Is to ready made clothes. To have Ihra made to measure doesn't cost say more than r.ady mad when eaalitr and fit Is eonsldred. Come la and let me take your meaaa H. O. MVPLMT, TU Pnettfl Tat American Realty Co. Arc offering splendid Bargains in Stock Our and Urnin Farms. Improved ALFALFA specialties Farm, also Fruit and Poultry Farms. We have the Farms they nil Want, Location, Near Towns, (Jood Schools .and Churches, fine Climate; excellent Water. Send for Lists, Then See for Yourself. 304-Sutcty ltld'b, Muskogee, Okln. C A Prominent New York Politician Near Death Hon. R. N. Lansing, of Rensselaer, N. Y., Six Times a Member of the Assembly, Telia of Narrow Escape. "About fifteen J.L.Beazley &Co aHsBSBBBflflsBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBVBaBBBBBBBBBBBBBBn A yenrs ngo I taken with as n. Tl MAT-TING- affected my hwirt frvduclnir what al was called v u I a r trouble. Three doctors which UNDERTAKERS AND DEALALSO ER IN FURNITURE. RUQS. THEY WILL EXCHANGE FURNITURE FOR ALL KINDS OP STOCK. GIVE THEM A CALL. PRICE remedies recommended to me I got a bottle of Dr. allies' Heart Ilrmrdy and It helped roe Inside of 48 hours. At the end of the week I called on my doctor and asked him to examine me. lie said I as better than he ever eipectrd to aee me and asked If I was taking his medicine. When I told him I was not, but was taking Dr. Miles' Heart Jtemedy. he said, 'Thank the lord tor Dr. Allies' Hedrt Homely.' I continued to take It, and while 1 realized my heart was damaged so 1 could not expect a permanent cure, for fifteen years I worked every day, notwithstanding I had been told I would never work again. In July, I'll, I was taken with rheumatism again, and It went to my heart as before. I got ao 'bad that one of the Albany papers wrote up my life and said I could not live but a few hours. I again took with very Dr. Miles' Heart Itemed satisfactory results, and have not missed a day at business or In tha legislature since January. I feel that Dr. Miles' Heart Itemedy has saved say life and cannot recommend It too highly." Dr. Mllea' Heart Remedy It Mid and guaranteed ky all drusalata. MEDICAL CO., Elkhart, In MILE day's work. While had many 1 never do another told me 1 would 3KJI SBSSBaUl M -- l asBBi7tslVJaBBBBBBaVjtWa4sBSBBBr BBBBBHBEBBBBBBBB09sVsBBPsBBBBBBBBBBBBi' aBBSSV( ssf sVHslHBHaawW THERE IS REAL PAINT and also some stuff mixed with cheapening materials that is not worthy of the name. If yoe have had experience with the latter kind you don't want another. If you haven't take our advice and don't Buy our roal painta experiment and aave yourself dsappotntBent and money as welL twmfsri.Ky. A, ALLEN. farming as a utilizer, to the best possible advantage, of many of the farm product that would otherwise be total loss. We can draw a ry valuable lesson from this all but artistic animal, whose only language Is his squeal of disapproval and his sturdy grunt of satisfaction. Ha saves where others waste, and makes his living by rooting around sometimes In places whero wanted, sometimes not If there Is anything within reach that he likes he usually Onds It and proceeds to make good use of the opportunity without any manifest concern or excitement. He seems to iniko It his business to look after small things, even the holes In the fence If tho outside looks more Inviting. Profitable farming Is becoming more ami more a business proposition In which It Is necessary to look after the small things ami to use to the best advantage etery opportunity lo produce more economically. The Iwst and most profitable farmer liavo adopted systems of farm accounting. or, In other words, they hate become bookkeepers, have kept such complete records as to enable them to determine which fields were profitable and which were not. To begin with, it Is not absolutely necessary to follow up all little details, but It is a good plan to do so as completely as possible. If we were to go Into a manufacturing plant, one of the first things to Impress us would be the system of doing things and the strict principles of economy that are followed. All products that can be used for other purposes arc saved, properly stored. and used when the time comes. At the end of each month, and possibly each day, the manager knows the exact status of affairs the amount of stock on hand, and the quantity of finished product ready for the market. Every part of a grat machine Is numbered and each must be accounted for. If the same unsystematic methods were practiced In factories as are used on some farms, they would soon lose their identity with the world's progress, and become nothing but Idle monuments to some man's failure. On careful consideration It Is plain to see that with farming it Is as important, If not more so, to keep definite and strict records of all expenditures of time, money and labor. The space alloted to this article will not permit a detailed explanation of all the possibilities of an accounting system on the farm and what It will accomplish, but carefully kept records will be an Index finger to point the farmer to loop holes through which the profits are bow slipping. He would know which ar the profitable fields; which are the most profit producing crops; which cows were boarders, that he might at the end of the season sell such animals to pay their board bills; he would know whether he was utilizing his rinr power to the best possible advantage. In this connection It might be said that one of our foremost universities farm, has Just found tha,t,'on a equipped with six splendid head of work stock, the average dally labor per horse was only a little over three hours for the entire year a very small average labor record, indicating a lack of efficiency. Well kept accounts would enable ns to determine the most satisfactory way of utilizing ourdalry products. Experiment Stations have found that the cream separator reduces the loss of butter fat per cow to that of the deep setting; of the shallow pan, and of the water dilution methods of cream separation. This shows that with the ordinary farmer who ia milking tea average cows, figuring butter at the market price, will save mora than the price of a separator In a single season. It not only is economical from the standpoint of obtaining more of the butter fat from the milk and other methods of cream separation, but makes it possible to utilize the milk before it has undergone the action of detrimental bacteria, to which it is very susceptible. Every farmer knows that milk as it comes fresh from the separator is In the most wholesome condition for feeding young pigs and young calves. We hear a great deal said nowadays about maintaining the fertility of the soil. We all know that if grain is sold direct on the market that we deplete the fertility of the land very rapidly. The nTt best system of farming is stock raising for meat production, and the best of all systems for maintaining the productivity of the land, and at the same time reap therefrom, ia dairying not profit selling the whole milk but selling t tho solution for two or three hours It should bo replenished, tecause when left open It loses Its strength very rapidly. We can sec no reason why tho kerosene barrels would in any way hinder this treatment. Welclleo It will be all right to use them in treating your potatoes. As far as disinfecting the planter Isconcerned, wetlo not believe th will bo necessary If )ou treat tlis seed properly. The fungus disease called scab has been known to Ihe for at least six years In the soil, even though no potatoes were- grown In that Held, llccause of this, It is a good plan to rotate jour crops and to plant your treated seed In Ileitis where potatoes hae not lcen grown for at least four or 11 vo j carp. The soli that contains an acid Is Injurious to the growth of potato scab, hence the application of sulphate of ammonia, sulphatcof potash, kanlt, or acid phosphate will tend to free the soil of the scab fungus. On tho other hand, the presence of lime, wood ashe.s, or large quantities of stable manure, will aid or encourage the growth of potato scab. LITTLE THINGS ABOUT THS HOUSE ByCRAd Kauia SmithcC the I II C Semes Burciu thrive with timothy and alslke undei good conditions of irrigation which usually prevail on thedeuloped farmi of tlrat community. A dlk grain drill with gras3 sccdci attachment Is as good a tool to be used as any. Tho soil Miould be prepared by deep plowing. The plowlnR should be followed with the disk and peg tooth harrow, If possible the same half day, In order to work the furrow slice down Into a good, sed bed lieforc It has time to dry out or lose Its tilth. If seeded alone, about 20 pounds of brome grass should be used per acre. If seeded with the ether combination, the amount varies with the proportion it is desired to obtain. A very good combination Is brome grass 15 pounds and alslke pounds. Another good combination is brome grass 12 pounds, timothy 10 to V2 pounds, and alslke .1 to 0 pounds. It Is well to harrow lightly after tin drill. The land should be well irrigated but should not be kept flooded. There Is a notion prevalent In the vicinity ot Parshall that hay can only be grown where It Is kept flooded. This view Is erroneous. The land should be well Irrigated, then the water should bo withdrawn until the crop is needing moisture when it should be Irrigated again. Although this Is contrary tc the views of many ranchmen, It Is borne out by experience and experi ment. FEEDING CALVES Reply to W'.T. TlRHER, Cbilo, O. lr-- x Mr V Kits. Wirt mm Mrs. a. II. WiLt t am, of Lynnhaven, Vs.. wrote t " It l el rears since my health kvo wtir. I ha.1 femala troubla and all tho doctors ( I employed thrr) nil I wooM die. I was not able to do mr work, hail to hlro someone All tho time. Finally. I read In the papers about Mr. Pierce's Favorita I'rencriptlon. and decided to try It. I had not taken but one bottl until I found It had dons ma irnnd. I took. In alL Ave botUes of Favorite Preecriptlcn' and two of 'Golden Medical Dltcovrry,' and now I am ablo to,doall my hnunnwork.and hare mined fourteen pounds. I adt all women who suTer from femala troubla ! to try"It's tha only mudicina on earth." ' r--J w r'l '! W. A. Tribble Odd Dressers Odd Beds Odd Stands Sideboards Buffets Davenports Couches ftS WE CARRY Iron Beds Furniture Springs 160-acr- e Time was when people who could notallord expensive jewelry and real lace, owned no Jewelry and wore their garments untrlramed. Ouranccstors, with a foolish pride supposed to Indicate birth and breeding, eschewed Imitations. This w as a protest against pretense, but the medicine became worse than the disease. Gautiy, cheap, shoddy material Is an offense against good taste, but Inexpensive tiling need not be Inartistic Because jou cannot take a trip to Europe Is no reason for refusing a day's outing. You cannot afford the original Ange-lubut you can hae a good print of it, and most of us with untrained ejes will see quite as much in the print as we would In the original. There is a difference between the inexpensive and cheap, so don't let us deride a thing simply because It didn't cost a mint of money. How many things are you going without that ou could buy for a very modest sum? Suppose it is nothing more than a sharp knife for paring vegetables tnd'jou have wasted time, wasted vegetables, spoiled your own temper, and annoyed the men folks by trjlng to get an edge on a knife that was worn out years ago. Yet for ten cents ten cents you can buy a paring knife that will last at least a year. You have spent hours beating np eggs with a fork. A Dover costs a quarter, and a whip ten cents. You are short of pans, of crocks, of kettles, which can be purchased for cents. You from ten to thirty-fiv- e are going without spoons enough to act the table when there are guests, because you can't afford to pay eight dollars for them, but you can buy artistic spoons of white metal which no cne unless accustomed to seeing them would distinguish from real silver. Sometimes it is china towels-y- ou are using worn, llnty rags; you can get all tho towels you need for ten cents apiece. Or, you are wearing an old dress, too heavy and warm, instead s, egg-beat- We have j our letter of recent date in which you ask for some information en feeding calves, but you do nut state are. Young calves how old should be fed on whole milk for some time, and changes In their feed should be made gradually. After a week or ten days the whole milk feed maybe changed to one of half skim and half whole milk. Decrease the whole milk until jou are feeding the call entirely on skim milk. It is well to have a quantity of grain convenient ao that the calf will have an opportunity to learn to eat as early as possible. It probably will not learn to eat grain for some little time. This may be hastened, however, by mixing a small amount of bran with the milk, cr you may add a small quantity of low-grad- Trunks Mattings Linoleumn Mattresses Dining Tables Parlor Tables Library Tables Dining Chairs Rockers Comforts Carpets Oil Cloth Lincoln County Naltional Bank Corner Next to Courthouse. Stanford, Ky. Capital Surplus $100,000 e flour. of one-eigh- for from sixty could buy ready-mad- e cents to one dollar. No, 1 am notadvlslngchdap, shoddy things. Alwajs buy the best jou can afford. If jour means are limited buy the inexpensive yet most satisfactory articles that jou can. Only don't make tho mistake of complaining because these Inexpensive, things don't last as well as the more costly ones. "The first thing you forget about an article is what jou paid for it." Bo if It is something jou are going to keep. really or aoraS thlng as the better article, almostthe costing you which touch buy omethTny wbrtrTwhire, is as the cool, fresh-lookin- g one you Skim milk contains some more protein and carbohydrate than whole milk, so for feeding it is best to pick a grain that will not supply large quantities of these materials. In some instances calves may do very well on feed, but these feeds are usually very expensive, and ther are other substitutes that are Just as good. Usually no betterresults d concan be obtained from centrates than from feeding such grain as corn, karrlr corn, sorghum, barley or oats. The following mixtures have been found to give very good satis faction: "Whole oats and bran. Whole oats, corn, barley, and bran. A mixture of 15 pounds of whole eats, 9 pounds of bran, 3 pounds of corn meal, and 3 pound of linseed meal is also a very good ieed for calves. Together with these concentrates the young and growing calf should have plenty of fresh water, and be allowed to play in the sun. It should also have free access to good clover or alfalfa hay. If these are not available, timothy hay and corn fodder are perhaps the next best. If you have a silo, small quantities of ensilage will keep the calf In good condition during the winter months. If the calf does not gain when taking the whole milk, It shoujd be weaned. Try half skim and half whole milk for awhile. Sometimes the addition of a spoonful of lime water. to each feed will correct the dlfllcultj-Calves may suffer from scours when put on grass but usually there will bo very little difficulty if they are allowed to feed but a short time at first, then gradually increasing the period eaoh day until they become accustomed to the change. Sudden changes of feed are not good and should bo avoided. highly-concentrate- d high-price- $100,100 DIRECTORS Who Direct the Manaqement of this Bank. Geo. W. Carter. Stanford. V. M. Bright, Stanford. W. D. Edmiston, Crab Orchard S. J. Erabry, Jr., Stanford. Lilburn (Jooeh, Stanford. If. L. Hubble, Lancaster. V. II. Cummins, Preachersville. Jno. N. Menefce. Sr.. Stnnford. W. JL Mntheny, Stanford. A. T. Nunnelley, Stanford. .7. B. Paxton Stanford. J. W. Rochester, Stanford. W. II. Shnnks, Stanford. W. O. Walker, Stanford. T. C. Rankin, Lancaster. I Father Shoes For ' Mother ; Daughter Son is I SHOES for the whole family in the Fall Styles and New Shapes, in all kinds and grades of leather. only. Only by following some system at farm accounting can we know these butter things asd be able to weigh in tha balance the returns from each field from each kind of stock and Xros i veryj ana operatic. . IN MAMMOTH But at the same time it la not fe good policy to get aloag without something that will help you ia yout The Dry Fall Outinq to Kentucky's work just because you canaot buy the Great Subteranean Wonder, or "tost expensive made. 200 Miles Under Ground Tuesday, Oct. 15 Hay at the present market prices, Annnged for private nnd select or even considerably lower, ia a very good mesey crop. Farmers are now potties, homo peoplo nnd their visplanning on feeding corn fodder asd itors. River low, echo grand, nnd selling their hay. I believe this is a SCo Mammoth envo ('ry- - Tuo imo good plan. Don't your Cave when nt its best. Round-tri- p GRASSES railroad fare $4.35 from Stnnford Keply to Inquiry received fromR. T. nnd nil way stations on regular Bostwlck, Parshall, Colorado: "Will trnin 4:40 n. m. Hoard and Cave you be kind enough to furnish me Hotel from ninval for dinner until with what information jou have availafter dinner following day, also inable on the subject of grasses suitable for this location; be it methods of seed cluding tho tw trips through the cove for $5.50. Limit on tickets 10 Jug; preparation of the soil, etc.?" In the vicinity of Parshall, Colorado days. the best grass for haying purposes is Writo or phono L. & N. Agent. timothy. A much better combination Is made by using timothy and alslke. Masons' Meetlm About 16 pounds of timothy and S or a Ns. to. I" a A. If... nueta ia ti. ..i. pounds of alslke make a very good stated communication on each first sad third Monday sicbts of each month, at T o'clock la mixture. theli hall on litis street, Buatoro, Xjr. Uaa-her- s best. CAVE Get Ready for winter while you can find what you want. R 4 Stanford, Kentucky Home of All-Wo- ol i.. Clothes. el sister lo4fa fraternally 1btU4 Is pnstst. as. V. vanismer, mmni m$ BEiflslPiffiKS liMH wifS 9hmSmSSSSSSSmm m. THE tTAWFOBDIHTEWIOHJOUIHIAL.tTAWFOW, performs in of. fice the nromises mndc out of office! 0. He will "CLEAN HOUSE" nt Wnhinaton ns he hns "CLEANED -- Proprietor M. BACrLET. 08BLTON 110LSE" in New Jersey. nnd practices 10. He prenehes 1 A TEAR STRICTLY IN ADVANCE clean politics, nnd practices it cf- fAjilifilt nnnAQna lln linnltArnlilv '"" mnchine politics nnd the rule of the " ami ViVmia;,'""' bosses. 11. He fltnnds for lcjntimflte his DEMOCRATIC TICKET business every day, but for monoply VFOODROW WILSOM. tat TrtriitM TWOS. never. K. MARSHALL Fat Y. I'M V2.--Senntro LnFolletto snvs: let Lontrtta HARVEY HELM "He nppronches every problem with Tat VemltVi Ally E. V. TUUVEAR the solemn promic to be really in Tar Cirevit UtttJ. i 1IOLDAM the Inchest sense a servant of the far ilagtitrateW. M. FIELDS people." far Magulrateil. C. JJEWLAND KENTUCKY FRIDAY. OCTOIEB II. ISI2 HatrM- - Rati I Lncicn Young nnd wife were here Sunday nnd took dinner with Mr. Freshman. Prcscott Brown, Gerin Cnilisle nnd nlo to prenen in the nnd Mrs. R. B. Young. newly equipped Christian church in F. L. ,Touesa nnd little son Vernon trude Gaines. bophomore. Mary 8. Cash, Snllie went to Arabia Saturday. that city. Kit-ti- e Liberty last week M. Craig, Ellen Mac llnltcclnw, It was talked nt Mrs. Fred 1 Frisbie entorl lined Jones, Bessie Moore, Mnry M. Rethat Caleb Newell would he tho nt n handsome dinner party for her publican candidate for Congress in Kancy, Anna D. McRobcrts, Mnvme nj.tl and much beloved gnliidnictlic-this district. It seems the Repuhli-enn- s Singleton. . .Mrs. Ann talker, of Huntington, Junior. Robert Carter. must hno a Caleb, but wo Vn. About 20 elderly women were Cooper, Harry Senior. James Newell would greatly prefer Caleb invited to meet tho cuest of honor. ' llcinhntt. to Caleb Powers. With ices nnd enkes nnd the pretty Graded School. The republicans nre out in Inrge deeorntcii home tho occasion will MISS EMMA LONG Grade 8. Mntsy Grimes, Nellie posters nnnouneing a big rally at Ions; be remembered. Liberty on Oct. 0. They propose to W. Hill, Jean Pnxton, Hnrtwell Miss Helen Thurmond who was Wins Dinner Set In Sam Robinson's kill the fatted calf, and offer every Mianks, .Maurice Tucker. moTried in the city of Louisville Grade 7. Hobcrt Arnold, Leonnrd The Standinq. inducement to the prodigals to reContest lnt weok to .Mr. H. E. Thomas of V. Craig, Frances cvcrlnst-ingl- y Ballard, Annie turn to the fold before it is Moieland is well known in Lancasnnd eternally too late. Jut l'mbn, Nancy K. McKinnoy, Annie p ter, having once lived her., nnd Lincoln county hows her head in Miss Emma Long won the Dinner what Political AnnmncMKiits will have It. Powell, Clarence Singleton. frequent visitor n in thii Grade 0. Hester Anderson, n. nnonDtinsti fnbji to column re et siiamc over the disreenru lor me so Jlrs.n W. D. Sinip'on of her friend", Set offered by Snrn Bohinon in his on theeffect this blowout stubborn Bull Mooers reand dnti'.'bter, ib action oi frequently i.dt or otter, shown lately, our news Cooper, Cnrrio Davis, Mary big contest, during the past week. mains to be seen. vmumua win M nadt, deimi ptia lor in saTMCti " uuuu.v Jtiss Kittie Sinnipon. The recent itius J. W. Dinsmore, tho Bull Moose Heck, Hlirabeth Carter, John It. SevTlielma Francis, Heath tragedies witnin our corners in n bride is ouitc a britht woman hav- - All of the oung Indies entered nre enndidnte for Congress spoke to a Tar KtPMtritatiri. McMULLI.V. V1KUIL, period of less than a year. What mjr been a school teacher nnd ever working hard, showing up well in mall crowd nt the college here erance. Annetto Wcnren, Allie R. Far Shtrif ride awake to the current events v the standing which is ns follows: is the cause of tliist What is beTuesday of last week. He is said Fish. Rachel Hill. it. B. DAUOIIMAN B. W. 0IVEN8 Grade 5. Alpha Fowle. May Covneath it nil? The I. J. will be clntl the day 13 30 210 ,0 nnvo occn vcrv Guarded in his 123,580 J. U. WEATHEKFURD Harrj M. Estes formerly of this 2 23,3S.i to irivc space to opinions of others T. J. HILL nm' pn,d nothing that wns the er. Sophin Saunders. Fniinic Mc 44 11,030 "' on the direful subject and invite place nnd n sou of Jlr. and Mrs. 3- Tor County luiat Hnr- Curlcy. T a fttrr. 4520 175 'past offensive. He thought often- Grade 4. Mnry Brnekett, Mnr-gnr- el discussion of such r. regrettable and Slrpheiisnn Hste. of this citf .ind M. F. KORTH WIpiI ',m' 'wn 20,043 40 32 800 n Bible student in Georgetown Colnwftil fatnte of affairs. Siiuiil.s, Viu Gu-- e Sliiitii. Tar Jatttr it OU,S0 47 33,810 c,10,la" nn." "n(l Probahlv done nil lege is now editing a paper known PEYTON Grade 3. Joseplnno Gooch, Ma., 020,030 OEOROE DEBOKDE 4828,700 me goou in lougrevs mat ne was line Hutchinson. as "The Hnptist Heeorder," it hems DINK FARMER do. Ho told the writer at 727,850 Clarence Lebus was 4004.033 able to Hint he wns making devoted to the interests of the Bap WILLIAM 1L J1EBTIB Grade 2. Lee Davis Fisher, Lelin an 853,290 Hurley Tobacco So- tists throughout Central Kentucky. president of the W. A. CARBON 5030,075 Libeitv fight, nnd meant to gic Cook Raney, Adehudo Proctor, Set-ti- e ciety this week. Future generations 5130.015 Hnncy the erv best For Alienor Miller. W. P. Anderson age 40 year di d he had in his P. L. BECK of tobacco crowcrs will truly npore-eint- e at his home in this city nfti-- r fcuv- - 10 J3.289 5231,303 Grade 1. Jennie Bnrnett. MatilB M. OWENS well what Lebus has done for them. rral weeks illness of typhoid fever. 1120,00(1 5330,035 shop, so it might bedoing. for dem- da Bell, Olgn Cnuienlocli. Mncgie R. B. BRONAUOB to 13 2S.530 Mony of the present do not. 5129,030 ocratsfew be up and P. U. 8ANDIDQE He was thought to be holding his nights since John Rogers, Ilutchiiicin, Kntlienne Kincnid, A J. H. BOONE 1431,300 5539,925 who V. T. GARNER Miller, James Pnxton, Jnmet when n sudden chnnsc for the lives on John Lanhnm's fnnn (own 1,105 1330.350 LAFE MORGAN 503 He is 10 hnstencd his death. two miles west of here wns awakened Ttirpin, Mary Lonio Stone, Dorothy 51,035 5731,200 by n William C. Lone, Roosevelt said, ''We nre through survived by a widow and J children. 1731.090 noie in his room, nnd discov- Tribble, Lucilo Walker. 5S 32,400 1 lie funernl occurred Tuesday Mau Primnn. Annelle (Jar-oI once and for nil with the Republican ered n number of ruts congregated 1830,870 5932.150 in one corner at the home followed bv rice Murphy, Tholmn Walls. one thing to his party." Thnt is Twelve Reasons Whv You 1030,550 0030.390 reached for his of the room. He m the Lancaster cemetery. credit. The whole country seems 1') 30,350 shot gun nnd fired 01 30.1S5 Should Vote For Wilson tending that way. The G. O. P. is TESTED AND PROVEN Mrs. Fnirna Higginbothum entoi-ininc- d 10 23.773 and went 0227,700 into theminvestigation. back to sleep ttc C. W. B. M. and The 2127.400 without BECAUSE: On nw likenthoroughly discredited. Its life is 03 2S.170 There Is a Hran of Solace In Bctnti jinig Peoples' Missionary Curie, --'2 JO.C0O 0429.525 ing next moTnin?. lie found ten dead 3. He is the only candidate for well nigh spent. When it lived it 'lhur.-da- v afternoon at the It me of ?3 2S.S45 Able to Depend Upon a u dies NovmoInses can, 0520.335 rat, the large hole in n with who represents the real, lhed in clover nnd when it President floor covered fine sorReputation. ember 5th it will die nil over. Dem- hi.-- friend Mrs. James B. Kinua.u. 0G 33,130 nnd progresthe vital and the effective Mrs. James Ledford a young bride 2520.005 of the ocracy's tiny is brightly dnwning. 07 31.S95 ghum :noInes as a rc-ul- t sive forces in this country. onlj two weeks died very sud- 2030,050 of For months Interior Journal reaOS 29.320 shot. 2. He stands for tariff revision denly of heart dicne at the home 2733.245 expresLancaster. der hno teen the eons-tau- t 09 13,055 downward in the interest of lower of her husband near Paint Lick on Rowland. sion of prai-- e for Donn's Kidney 70 19.333 typhoid fevjr are Inst Saturday and the funernl was 3S 30.090 monTwo enses of prices and the elimination of Mr- -. Price has returned Pills, nnd rend alwut the good work 71 39.9S0 opoly. reported in the home of Mr. Wm. preached Sunday by the Christian 2931.000 3031,003 7225.805 from Dnntille after n visit to her thev hne done in this locnlity. Whnt minister, Elder F. M. Tinder who 3125.525 3. He stands for trust legisla- Conn on Stanford street. other remedy ever produced Mich 7330.333 sister, Mr. Allie Hill. The home of Mrs. Hnllis Hamil- had so recently united her in mar- 3230.003 tion which will prevent the control Mrs. J. T. Jenning". nnd daughter tonMnring proof of merit? 74 2S.153 mon-oplbeing much improved riage to Mr. Ledford. ton Dunlap is of prices through aaj port of John H. Wtcii, E. Mnin Strfet. 3332,205 73 33.3S5 Mis Roxie. spent Saturday nnd Miss Joan Mount' gave a Tea 31 29.3S0 by a modern porch all anund the Stanford, Ky says: "I know from 7701.410 Sunday with Paint Lick friends. Pouring Tuesday afternoon for her 3330,320 4. He stands for the income tax fiont of the house. 7833,330 Miss Ron Hall hns returned home experience that Doan's Kidney Pill On Wednesday evening October guest Miss Charlotte Mount of La 30 G8.1P3 and believes that wealth should a visit to her brother, Mr. nre nil that is claimed for them. Off 7931.000 nfter Hall, About 40 guests assem- 3731.410 share the burdens as well as the 16 at 8 o'clock at the Christian Grange. and on for scvcrnl venrsl had severe SO at Highland Park. 30,745 Tom of 3S 30,050 blessings of the government. Elder F. M. Tinder will unite bled to enjoy the hospitality church Mrs. G. W. Goodrich is with her attacks of Inmc back. Often I did 81 13.9S0 marriage his daughter, Miss Fran- the fair hostess. The home was 5. He stands for the rights of in S2 32.185 sister, Mrs. Alfred Coulter nt Dan- work thnt required stooping nnd nt 3930.350 Benjamin Tinder, such times the backache became labor and the'protection of the man ces CrenshnmThe ronid nnd honor will prettily decorated with ferns, alms 4029,005 83 30.5S0 ville. of and cut flowers. Mr. W. II. Overstreet. wn- - with much wore. There wns also n tim who earns his bread by the sweat of F. Robinson. S 4127,035 DeV.,i TinMrs. Ann Walker who has been 4228,375. frequent desire to oid the kidney friends nt ParksiIIe Sunday his brow, as shown in his record ns be the bride's sister, Miss der, and MUs Sue Shelby Maon visiting her daughters Mednme3 B. Mrs. Thomas Burton is visiting secretions both dnv and night. DonnV Governor of Jfew Jersey. e W. O. Rigney, is Kidney Pills relieved me nnd hne 6. He stands for the revival of will be bride's maid. The pnwpee-ti- n F. Hudson nnd J. W. Copeland, of Dayton, Ohio, friends nnd relatives in Wnne groom's brother Cuvrey Robin-to- in Richmond for a short stay with neer fniled to benefit me since then merchant marine, nnd for the out purchased a bottle of Chamberlain's will be his best man. her son before returning to her home Pnm.li !?itT.rwli Mis Susie I.unsford. of Walnut when I have taken them." government encouragement of agri- !! l.n ..!.,. !..! The work on the handsome new in Huntington. W. Vn. Mr. W. B. For fcnle bv nil drnlerH. Plien 50 and vocational c- -' culture, industrial Will "- "A J a cold, and belore the bottlo was f, " , . cnnikil school building is being push Brown has been the guest of Dr. eentx. Fo-tMilburn Co.. Buffalo. education. all u'ed the hoy's cold was gone. II .J""' rapidly than ntt and Mrs. E. J. Brown in Stanford. Mr. and Mrs. Snrn Cordier came N'ew Tork. bole agents for the Coil7. He trusts the people and be- ed forward more The contractors wcra retard- Miss Frankvc Knuffman will leave that not better than to pay a five up from Lebanon Junction. Sunday ed Stnts. lieves the governed should govern; fust. account of shortly tw spend the winter in Des dollar doctor's bill ? For sale by G. o attend the burial of his Roinember the name Doan's nnd that Senntors should be choen ed in their efforts on father. . of the fixtures being delayed Moine, Iowa with her sister. Mr. L. Penny. Mr. Frnnk Cordjer. and take no other. i some by the people. Thins-la- The Interior Journal, "'"' " 8. He faithfully hi nn order to Chicago. Lldcr F. M. Tinder left for a visit of a few days to friend John Shnckelford. Ilcverend C. C. Brown and Mrs. Brown nnd children left Saturday to rcido io the city of Louisville. Mr. nnd Mrs. Nov An IlnM", of HiIlboro, O,, nre guests of Mr. nnd Mrs. . B. Mason, Mis Minnie Brown is nt home from a iit to Miscs Jooephinc and Knth-lee- n Hnnley, of Nicholnsville. Mrs. n J. C. Hobinon and Mi Helen ate visiting in Lexington nnd Winchester. Itob-inso- Mldfebwi. Stanfert Schttft First MmHi 70 Years , withCoughs We have had seventy yi of experience with AVer's makes us have great confidence in it for coughs, colds, bronchitis, weak throats, and weak lungs. We want you to have confidence in it as well Ask your own doctor what experience he has had with it. He knows. Keep in dose touch with him. One of Arer't Pills at bedtime will ctun Cherry Pectoral. This As -- be-in- Til-de- t -- il"i en Incretted flow of bile end produce a gentle laxative effect the dar following. Formula on each box. Show It to your doctor. He will underttand et a glance. Dote, one pill at bedtime, )ut one. h UM t. O. 4TXB CO.. lvU. Xm Waynesburo. The scries of mooting conducted bv Revs, W. (1. Boll, of Missouri, nnd C. T. Claunch, pastor of tho church closed Sunday evening with 12 addition", sir of whom were for ve 8,440 Lit-fin- n, Well-Earn- ed r 24-25- Int week. W. R. Singleton is nttouding Grand Lodge nt Somerset this week. Mr. Will Jackson nnd children, returned io their homo Wednesdny, n few days with nfter ents llOHlffolk-"- . bnptiim. rrouds ntteurled morning nnd owning ami perfect order was kept. Tho baptising took place on Fihing creek near C. 0. I'nldnell's Suudnv afternoon nt 3 o'clock. Mr. W. D. Sims, wife nnd children, of Somerset, their par- Jeo Chos. Hokins returned to Ind., Wedne-dn- v ntter siending a few dns with home-folIndi-annixd- ks y. meeting. Rev. nnd Mrs. W. 0. Ball arc vis. iting relatives in Cney this week. Mrs I.afe Leach limited her daughter". 111 Danville last week. .Mr. and Mrs. George Rexnold. of Danville, arc relatives here. Mr. and Mrs Bill Moccr were over from Moroinnd last week at -- Mrs. Kverett Chctnlctt and Misse(t Xettie nnd Iiurn Johnson ,of King's Mountniu, spent Saturday nnd Sun-dt- v with friends and attended tho " er tending the meeting. r Jim S!iiltin. of OUnVmmn, iited relatives here ast week. Mrs. Xnn LnMon returned to her home in ludinnn Sunday. Belle, little dnughter of I. C. Singleton is very ill with pneumonia. Qur Great Fall Opening We Will Have Our Fall Opening On Friday and Saturday, October 18th and 19th, 1912 E llltfirGStedi 111mir crronf linn nfFnll JTOntls. Come aiKl SCO iOl yourself We will make prices on Fall goods that will ri?rV XJJLV X ro lUtlllj irnman iivliiiiii onH ohUtl uuvi vi.v .... V1 ..... ... i i 1ft Something. For The Men : astonish the close buyer. On Friday, the 18th, we will give.to eyery lady making a purchase of $1 or more, a genuine silver souvenir. Do not fail to come and bring your neighbors. LADIES, ask to see our Serges, Silks, Whip Cords, Poplins, Ginghams On Saturday, Oct. 26, the man who brings the six biggest ears of corn will be given a handsome prize. It will be tested by weight, so look up your good corn and capture the prize. ML 8$ w' Tfessro m Jitel Our Hosiery Department Is complete TAKE A LOOK We have a blq line of house and family paint We handle the Green Seal, known the world over for look Better Fii Better Wear Longer. --- For'Siyle And Service SCROOP SHOES its Durability. Glassware and Queensware. quality and low prices. Good and Outing Cloth and Flannelletts. The colors and patterns are beautiful and the prices are right. A full line of Embroidery Floss and Crochet Cotton. m season on coat suits, so every one new and up to the minute. We have added to our stock a full line of Ladies' Coat Suits and Ladies' and Mines' Long Cloaks, This ii the first i Don't fail to look throuoh our Jewelry department. You will see somethlnq that lust suits you. See our line of dress shirts, werk shirts, pants and overalls. They can't be beat. If you are qoinq to need a carpet come and see us. We can fit your floor up. Come to see us You'll appreciate "Tess and Ted" school shoes because four pairs usually last as long as five pairs of ordinary shoes made for children. The better class of people everywhere now recognize "Tess and Ted school shoes as the most satisfactory children's shoes in existence. The reason is that they Look Better. Fit Better and tWear Longer that it's a "Star Brand" shoe, and "Star Brand Shoes Are Better" "Tess and Ted" school shoes are made '.n all the different leathers in high-cut- s, regular heights and Oxfords. There's a style for vevery age and condition of childhood, from five to fifteen years. They are honestly made of good, solid leather. No paper, composition or other substitutes for leather are ever used. The "Star" on the heel insures you better value than you have ever seen in chil- (ken's shoes. Ask to see our line of corsets. We sell the (Kauo) the greatest Corset on the market. the whole family and SHOES for for all occasions. If you want the newest in Shoes, take a look at our Shoe Department and be convinced that we are the Shoe people of the town. See our line of underwear for the whole family. We will please you In quality and prices. Blankets In Cotton and wool. All Prices. You can pet lust what you want at the price that suits you. I nHfekw BX I I bH H for anything you mmr" We have them M want and need in Fall and Winter qooris and we will be pleased to show you throuoh our entire stock Again we ay, come and take a look. L. L. SANDERS, H. rmm Crab Orchard, Kentucky ' V Ka 4 ma .t . 4bm . ' .f '1 I ? pfvr!r THE INTERIOR JtUHWAL. ITANFOBD. KEHTUCKV FRIDAY. Mr. J. F. Cummins was In Cincinnati for a few days. Mr. Ttohcrt Collier, of Crab Orcli-nrwas hero a short time Tuesday. Miss I'at Alcorn was in Lebanon Wednesday for a short time. Mr. C. H. Tnto attended the Trots In Lexington several dnys this week. Postmaster .1, C. Florence has returned nfter spending several dnys in Louisville. Mr. S. J. Myers left this week for La Orange, N. C, where she will spend several mouths. s, Miss Margaret Smith, of Los Cal., is the t'uest of Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Itcynolds. Mrs. J. C. Lynn went to Frankfort to see her husband, Mr J, C. Lynn, who is quite ill. .Mrs. II. F. Xcwlnml, of Lebanon AM Junction, is the guest of her sister, Mrs. Ilowon (loodc. Miss Sue Fisher Woods is visiting her sister, Mrs. U. C. Anderson nt Mt. Sterling. Mrs. J. W. Acoy is the guest of TlieonlyBaWngPowiernw her parents, Mr. nnd Mrs. Hughes, at Lancaster. fron (toil Qrapeimni of Tortv Mrs. Joseph Coffey and Mr. Walter Saunders are tho guests of .Mrs. Ulniii Dullard at Itichmond. Miss Julia Phillips, of Lebanon, is tho guest of her brother, Mr. S. A. Phillips. Mrs. C. F. flurnctt nnd children, of Crab Orchid, linvn returned homo after a short visit to her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Wither Warren. Mrs. Susan Ycagcr, Mrs. Annie nndemnn and Miss Xnnnio Woods Knglemnii arc in Louisville for, a lew davs. V M rl Mrs. J. If. McAlistor, who has jiuuvi. been here visiting from Way, Miss., lett Wednesday for Lebanon, where -- lie will visit Mr. It. C. Itohon before returning home. will spend the II. C. Carpenter nt the Lexington trots, Mrs. .May Williams of Middle week-en- d Personal and Social. town, 0., has returned home after nnd touring, tho touring the Iiluo ICJrnss in his It. C. II. car. liocn quite ill nt n visit to Mrs. Tiros. Oaks. J. M. l'ctttm lias E. C. Walton spent several dnys hi homo in tlio country on tlio Half's Mioses Snllic and Anna Mnrscret , this week-- witn ins WV1I ron.l. LTin. of Lancaster, were here Wed- nt Millersburg who is attending the Claiborne, son. MNs Dora Hcter is quite ill with nesday. military school there. pnetitrnjiiin her many friends will be Mrs. Ivon Fish and Miss Polly borrv to lenni. Tinylor were here from Crab OrchSHORT LOCAL NEWS ,Mre. JInry llnrmon, of I'nrksvillo, ard Tuesday. i the piest of ber winter, Mrs. Lafe Mrs. Bettie Hardin thas returned Morgan. Two or three nice rooms for rent. home after a few days visit to Mrs. .Miss Htrta Jcnn Penny left Tues-iln- y Mrs. Eva Hoffman. M. .1. Fnrris in Danville. for Knjliville, whore she will Woodie Hnil spent Tuesday contimio her musical course nt in Mrs. A splendid audience promises to Danville with her dnuchter Mrs. Seminary. .Ward's grtet tho first Lyceum number on Tcnn. H. 0. Wrny. Miss Kosa Smith, of Jellico. Messrs. H. D. Carter and J. W. October 23. Season tickets and re who has Itvii visitinc her craml-mothe- r. Arey served seats at Penny's Drug Store. went to Lexineton Wedne-dn- y Mrs. If. H. MnKinnry nt to attend the Trots. llnstonville, Tetnrneil home Wedncs-dnTho first installment of the monev Mr. It. C. Enclemnn left this week for Fremont, N. C. to spend the win- for Lincoln County teachers is on Muri'hv, Mrs. Mr. Manfred band amounting to .$3,072.21. 0. ter. 82-Hurt and children, of LancasMrs. J. M. Mershon, of Lebanon. Singleton. Supt. aunt, ter, linve lieen vihititiR their Stalin Hnil left I'liietinn nriil Mi OrchMrs J. S. llrouchton ul Cmli There will be an entertainment Wednesday, for Appalachian, Va ard. and box supper given nt the Green i. where they will vjit Mrs. E. C. Mr?. S. I'. llrook. and dnuchter. liner school hoii-- e Saturday nMit. Miss Mollie llrook?. of Cral) Orch-nrItev. A. A. Hircins, of Cllascow, Oct. PJ. everybody invited. week for Venice. Cal., left this stopped over hero a short time where they will spend the winter. Tuesday with his parents, Mr. nnd Saturday -- Columbus Day and Venice is an attractive. coii'-- t winter be the banks Mr. W. II. Iliecin". He was coins custom on will legnl closed, as is the resort a short distance from Los to Middlexlmro to attend the Synod. holidays. all d, OCTOIEW II. ISI2 A splendid audience promises to greet the first Lyceum number on October 2.1. Season tickets nnd sents nt Penny's Drug Store. r Royal Baking Absolutely Pure Wanted. A good cow, either Jersey or Ilolstcin, with or without calf, giving not les than four gal-toof milk per dny, sound gentle nnd nil right. John Coulter, Middle-bur81-'Ky. g, -'. COMMON SENSE! ti : : S TLi ,1 r u You want the best policy when you Insure. See Fish &, Bromley, Stanford, Ky. Insure everythlnq. The mnn who borrowed my rnin-cont the Stnnford fair is requestMy nnmc is ed to send it home. written in ink in tho bnck. It. S. nt Scudder, McKinncv. 7G-2- 1. For innd survejing call on M. C. Kewlnnd, Itouto 1, Stanford, Ky. or phono him nt 30 W, Crab Orchard. 8T4TT Ml gC p t.rfn.r ONK builnrM In lh t FiitxofJ,thCnritT ofaikaiJ. Mlh ttut AheCo. nrm CUCNET I. Ohio Citt or Iolmx). t Lccin Coumti. f aif ol Toilo,COuMr tnl wnloi doliur Blt mm ol HU.Nimi.l) UOLLAHS 1I1U.I Catiikh CATARHH Icr rtrh and tlutt cannot ba curm by tha nu. rttj u ol njm uh i I Sworn lo bflorf m "kX" t i nil (is oir ot ixctmbcr. FRANK 1. CIIF..ST.V. mibwrlbol In my ftnt&tt, a. v.. it(. 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 all 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 larger 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 i M M A. W. OLCASOV. Healthful Qualities Htll'i CiUrrh Curr U Itirn httrnillr nnd trtt dnrrtlr upon trie blood tnd muroua urlim ol tn irttrm. Send lor tMtlmnnlnin. tm. T J. CIIUNUV CO. Toledo, O Sold or all DrultlrU. Skit IIUI'I Itmllv I11l '"' ronntlsitloo. XaiT rcuc :. 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. Severance & Son. For Itent. Storeroom well loAll having claims ngainst the esGover, deceased will cated; low rent; for information 80-t- f. please present them promptly prov- call nt thfs office. Those inen to tho undersigned. Money to Loan. From $1,000 to debted to him will please promptly $25,000, nt 5 per cent, with good settle snme. Mrs. Mucgic Garner, renl estate security. E. D. PenningS3-or W. S. Burcb, Stanford. tate of Curtis' 2. 78-8- p. I I Your City Taxes Are Due Six per ceut will be added Nov. 1st. Office next door I 81-2- p. to new StKtcBank. B. D.-- CARTER, 80-- 3t v. er-n- 1. Kil-ben- d, i- Anpelc. ton, Stnnford, Ky. Mrs. Frank Cordier and family For Sale. House and lot in desire to extend their heartfelt thanks to nil their neighbors, friends Morolnnd; all necessary outbuildings and the Odd Fellows who so kindly plnce well wntered, cistern at door. p ministered unto their husband and Mrs. Addie Jcnnings.Moreland. fnthcr during his last illness and For Sale Rhode Islanl Red hens nfter his death. at 75c nnd 50c; also White Guineas nt ?1 npiece. Ono good bono cutter Reduced Rates to Lexinuton Soutlifcrn railway, nccount race and one vegetnble cutter nt $3. Mre. meeting, Kentucky trotting, horse W. J. Edmiston, Crab Orchard. 748 Tickets on breeders' association. Final limit Oct. sale Oct. I have opened up-- cleaning estab20th. Call on local agent for fur- lishment in the room next to Carter's ther information. J. C. Beam, A. stable. Your trade solicited. Frnnk 81-Hubble G. P. A., St. Louis. Mo. 75-8Gth-lOt- h. a 4. Rev. H. F. Surles, pastor of tho Baptist church will Hustonville preach nt tho Stanford Baptist church Sunday morning and even- Tho Georgetown College football team defeated tho Lexington High School eleven by a score of 14 to 0 Monday. John M. II. Waters, of Stanford who is a student at Georgetown, played a stnr gnnio nt nunrter for the collegians. Edward Iluey, a former Stnnford boy, i3 also a member of the Georgetown team. Mrs., Miss, or Mr. Prospective Buyer Several have told me, "My next car is anRCH and "I want one of your cars when I get rid ot mine." You hear es. there is the car," "That's the car!'' Mr. Knocker, also. Just let me prove to your satisfaction the truthfulness or falsity of any statement he may make. It is the second best value unprejudiced favorite-t- hc best car, to be had in an automnliilc-.th- c always, of course, the other fellow s. The makers of RC11 cars have had twelve years experience in automobile building and they know competition is strong in perform-ancou are. getting comfort and price. benefit of their experience and this comthe petition. They arc selling them mighty close. Next year they may be higher. it passing from lip to lip, This is For You. A half dozen have remarked, "This is the car I wanted the agency for. How did you. get it?" You get this car fully equippedno, not "fully" equipped, either, (for this has become a misnomer j, but entirely equipped, the best to be had and what you need and want and not what you do not want. The RCH is my choice; that's the reason I'm selling it, and I am highly pleased; much better car than I ever dreamed of. Am on my ten hundredth mile now. It is running better all the time; no matter how steep, rough or long the road she will take you there and back. So will a threshing machine, jolt wagon or dinkey, but hadn't you rather travel in the RCH way of ease and comfort? This car has been thoroughly tested for you at my expense. ''There;s t 5 e, 41 Touring Car, Full 5-Passen- ger, RCH 25, Entirely Equipped, $900, f. o. b. Detroit. you a of junk. buy. I would claim IF this car is not all Ioffering for it, you don't have toyour money, younot sellnot buy mess me. As from could you the best value for If I didn't think I was one automobile owner here expressed it, "She runs as smoothly as a sewing machine." And if you do not want Qn QVinnt, t hAre. but when vou buv an RCH rest assured you buy satisfaction. .4. 4.n T to find yourself unable to get one, or at least have your order delayed, you'd better order for immediate delivery now. ,-- , RCH Long Wheel Box Coupe, $1,300; Roadster, $900; Runabout, $700 and $750, f. o. b. Detroit. W Qj CARPENXER Agent for Welburn Motor Oar At Licoln County Natinai Bank' Co., STANFORD, KY. i Cincinnati, Distributors for RCH Corporation, Detroit. Krp , V'. THE mnm JtMWtAUtTAllfiWt. KEWTUCKY FRI1AV. 0CTME1 II. 1112 ' Old ii kfM Mn ii Ways Shot to death while out hunting w The FIRST NATIONAL BANK, of Stanford Is the oldest ksti tntion in this (section of the state, having been organized March 9, 1854. A bank to hare stood the panics thnt have occurred in the past 58 years must be all right. This bank today is stronger and better than it ever was. While old in nge it is modern in methods. Our patrons, and they are rnnny, will testify to the fact that we take care of them in a manner both pleasing nnd satisfactory. Your patronage is respectfully asked. Remember our pledge of courteous treatment nnd honorable dealings. Our directory includes some of the most prominent business men nnd farmers in this section of the counly. Try us. H. C. IAUGHMAN, Cashier. J. S. HOCKEIt. Pre!. W. W. SAUNDERS, Ind. Keener. S. T. HARRIS. Vice Pres.. J. R. HARRIS. Reokkeeper. Birds, Rabbits, Etc., Etc. with our shells. Winchester Leaders and Repeaters are the best for field and trap. Let us quote you prices en the best shell on the market i:l jfe?) a PENNY'S, The Rexall Store. i t Over Coats These frosty mornings remind you that OVER COAT seasonds 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 andCassimeres,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. -- V" mWHA pBH BWB aBiailSIIHaaaB IMfl BB SBSSBflSBBHlUSBBBBHiaBlili v. J v '1 ' lVoiffMfSlfciraE5! V m Woodrow Wilson, Scholar and Statesman, Democratic Candidate For President. . Honor Roll of Lincoln Democrats ' vm YOUNG MEN! Look at Tkis English Style Uya ! McROBERTS H. J.STANFORD, KENTUCKY r The Fanner's Friends Superior andJPeoria Grain Drills Call and seethe new stock citizens to with Woodrow Wilson in his intention to accept no money from interests, in the financing of the campaign, the I. J. has opened nn Honor Roll of those citizens who are willing to assist in the (jood fizht. Checks should he matin n.iv. able to W. 0. Davis, Tmis., uud ail received will he acknowledged by the I. J. in these columns and for warded to the campaign treasurer. Contributions so far received are: II. C. Carpenter $1.00 Khelton Sauflev $25.00 Kendrick Alcorn 3.00 W. S. Ruroli i nn T. J. Hill, Jr. 2.00 M. F. Xorth 1.00 0. 13. Cooper -. 1.00 Jas. P. llailey 1.00 W. L. McCnrty , 1.00 T. N. Aldridgo ... A 1.00 It. S. Scudder 1.00 C. T. Chatham 1.00 J. It. Powell 1.00 T. A. Rice 1.00 II. D. Aldridge 1.00 1. T. Moser 1.00 self-peeki- lic spirited In response to the appeal to pub- Preachersville nre prevalent here. Sev eral pupils in the Preaelieiuville ' school arc conlined to their hornet! with the malady. Chailes Thompson, who is attending bchool at Jit. Vernon, is to have brought them home while on a visit to his parents, Mr. nnd Sirs. J. J. Thompson. The writer, having never ot the the acquaintance mumps, now leaps picket fences and takes through the fields rather than meet a man with a swelled jaw incident to toothache troubles. This explains our apparent "cold should-iiiielo our juvenile friends and all who wonder at our Minnpc b" r" MOOSE CHASES AUTOMOBILE tg Animal Pursuee Auto Party Half a Mil, in Mountains of M attach u arts. Ones That Are (Selling e. PIttsneld, Maaa. Aa a party of a- going orer Washington mountain toward Backet, they were chaied lor hall a mile by a mooae tolata war We are showing the above in Blues, Tans, Greys and They are all wool and the New Two-Tonare decidedly "the thing" for Fall. Let U Dress You Once! Sam Robinson E. C. Jordan 0. L. Penny J. II. Engleman, Sr. 1.00 1.00 1.00 ! J B. Paston W. C. Shanks J. C. Reid . L. R. Hughes J. W. Ireland W. A. Crfrson . 5r. S. Baushman Ii. W. Givens T. D. Newlnnd : 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 2.50 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 J. F. Holdara I. W. Fish, Crab Orchard C. F. Garnett, Crab Orchard ..1.00 1.00 Mrs. W. G. Welch V. Landgrnf 1.00 , T. W. Pennington ,. 1.00 .... : IL C. Fnrris W. M. Bright George DeBorde 1.00 1.00 1.00 w.n.Higgms Stanford, Ky. .T TT TT. . When you have a bad cold you want tlio best medicine obtainable so as to cuio it with as little delay as possible. Here is a druggist'3 oninion : "I have sold Chamberlain's Cough Remedy for fifteen years," nys Enos Lollar, of Saratoga, Iud., "and consider it the best on the market." For sale by G. L. Fenny. .. of Stanford, with a crew of hands nie putting a nice metal shingle roof on the Baptist hcurch. Protracted services at the Baptist church begin Saturday. Rev. J. 1. English, of Oweiisboro, who will arrive on Tuesday. W. D. Elmore found a swarm of honey bees near his l.oinj which had taken up their abode on thj ouUids of a small tree and had built several nice combs. Colonics of bees seldom construct their home in open r in this country, prefering the cavities in hollow trees, clefts in rOcks, walls of buildings and any dry (place affording protection against the elements and depredations of honey-lovin- g animals. In Palestine and adjacent countries, open air habitations are the tuIu and not tlio exception. The rigors of Boreas' wintry blasts soon put an end to any such doings on the part of the honey bee in the North America. Mrs. G. C. Kennedy has been quita poorly. Mrs. William Dyehou&e continues ill. ' Mr. and Mrs. Richard Dyebouse, went to Chappell's Gap to see her father. Mr. Jas. Plummer, who is quite ill. A large crowd attended the sale Everything of Josiah Anderson. went high. Miss Eva Merrironn, teacher ut Ilobb's school house visited her pupil, little Mjss Ruby Crou. She was also a guest of Misses Luna and Talia Brown. Mrs. Ona Nnylor and daughter, Miss Carrie, vyited Mr. and Mrs. Groved Gastineau in Garrard. Mr. and Mrs. Jesso Brown and family are visiting Mr1, and Mis. Turtulas Proctor in Rockcastle. J. M. Cress, a live wire in the firm of T. W. Jones & Co., dealers in livestock, went to Richmond court Monday last. look. J. A. Allen, 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 Moom Chaaaa Automata. Crab Orchard, Ky bar escaped tnm that Harry Payne Wnltney'a mountain ta bettered to pre-eenr- e. The pursuit was watched by Dantal Camp, who Uvea near Jacob'a Ladder. The automobile gained on the moot, which gar up tha chaaa, left tha road and dlsappearad In tha forest Tha mooia waa seen later by James Qail har of Backet while on a hlka naar Radtep, tha villa at lira. Fault Bui gaaa la Backet Here is a woman who speaks from personal knowledge and long experience, viz: Mrs. P. II. Brognn, of Wilson, Pa., who says, "I know from experience that Chamberlain's Cough Remedy is far superior to any other. For croup there is nothing that excels it" For sale by G. L. Penny. The I. J. print fine stationery. SPECIAL EXCURSION CINCINNATI AND RETURN Sunday. ocToiEitaMk. $1 .50 Raunal Trip $.AO ftaund Trip SPECIAL TRAIN Lvt. JUNCTION CITY 5:35 a.m. ASK TICKET AGENTS FOR PARTICULARS. i THEJNTEBIOIMOUIHIAL 1TAHFOM). KENTUCKY. .FRIDAY. OCTOlEH II. 1112 SEE FISH & BROMLEY TODAY about that insurance. $25.M In Geld Given Away It, M. Nowlnnd, llio Life ninl rir liiMirnnco ngctit hero, will givo n tobacco show on the 2nd Mondny in December, court dnv. Prizes as Follows: .fir in gold for llio but six hands of lugs to weigh not lens tlmn four WILSON STANDS ON HIS RECORD Josiptius Daniels Invites Close Study of Writings. SLANDER COMPLIMENT FOR HELM From Florida For a Good Turn He Did the People There Writing in the Kicholnsvillo Journal, J. L. McXItirlry, of! McMeckin, I Id Mil, sitj's n high compliment to Congrcssmnn Hnrvey Helm, of this city, ns follows: winrc the smoko of flio congressional battlo lias passed 1 feel it my duty to call the attention to tha peo ple of the Eighth District of Kentucky to n politicnl episode, or to be plainer to an net of kindness thnt Congresfeinnn Hnrvey Helm did for the people of Florida, yea of tho south uti act that should have given him Hie nomination without opposition from tho white people. It is Trior to tho tnking of this the las--t lr. S. census, tho question presented itself to tho white people i of tiie south whether whiie or colored enumerators would tukc tho individual census. The cenutor from rioridn, Hon. Uuiicnti Fletcher, alli ed upon President Tuft nnd inter view rd his excellency on this point. After utile diiuilniuu pl'ii ntul ron, the President informed Senator Fletcher that the colored eniurcrator.i would only take the repot I, of the negroes. Hut for fenr that the supervisor who hnd the appointment of enumerators would fail to ndlierc to thnt program, Senator Fletcher looked nhout in this State nnd selected men for sunervisoM on whom he eould rely. Senntor Fletcher hud u fight on his hands, ngninst him were Postmaster Gener-n- i Hitchcock, Secretary Xngel, of Interior Department. A negro nnmed Jo Lee, levenue collector for Flotilla, nnd Henry Clitibbs, register of the IT. S. Land office, Gainesville, llu.. are the licpublienu bosses in this stnte. In this (Second) district n Kentuckinn was selected by Senator Fletcher for Supervisor. Atrninst Senator Fletcher were arrayed Stnte and Xntionnl Republican machines. Here is where Congressman Hnrvey Helm nnd A. 0. Stnnley in the fight. They heard thnt a Kentuckinn away off in Florida wns in "n fight to the death". In obedience to that characteristic so peculiar to Kentuckinns, some have ctiHed it idiosyncrasy, but it is n iptnlity without which the Kentucky character is incomplete, hastened to Sen. Fletcher's aid. No braver gtad-iatoever drew n sword than Helm and Stanley. Hardly had the shadow of the stately form of Florida's noble Senator ere the bland but persistent Helm nnd the bold and eloquent Stnnley were een to enter the White House (ns Helm called) "mi heavenly mUiioit," the protection of the womanhood of the south from the intrusion of the negro." Thence to the Census office and Dnrnnd, the hos. In u word, the result, wns the negro to-w- it: u-euli-'ide- l ts ed What's The Matter With Your Baby? Ths younir mother end many an old one, too In often putzlcil to know tha cause of her child 111 nature. The loudness of Its rrylne does not necessarily Indicate the seriousness of its trouble. It may have nothlnir more the matter with It than a headache or a feel-Inof general dullness, it cannot, of course, describe Ita feelings, but aa a preliminary measuro you are safe In trying a mild laxative. Nine times out of ten. you will find it all the child needs, for Its restlessness and peevishness are perhaps due to of the bowels, and onre has been remedied tho headache, that the BluKcrlshness and tho many other evidences of constipation and Indigestion will quickly disappear. Don't give the little one Baits, cnthar-ti- c Dills or nastv waters, for theaa will act aa purgatives, and they are too caiia. in ine laraiues or irons j or ir 7 ' V1 i 5 pounds $7.50 l!.r,0 Better have a policy now than to have the neighbors say then, "He didn't have any insurance." fw tho second belt. for the third best. No trnih lenf or red sonsidcred. A. W. King, Danville, Ky Judge. Talk with ir.e about your fire nnd life insurance. H. M. NKWLAND.' 80-tf. WON'T WIN NOW. FIRE INSURANCE X. M. KEWLAHD STANFORD, KY. SURETY BONDS Chairman of Democratic Publicity Bureau Points Out Errors of Campaigns of Prtvlous Ysars and Finds a Qood Moral Roosovslt Also Wrote Books and Mad Bitter Attacks on Various Men and Classss. Now York. Josonhus Daniels, chair man of' tho publicity committee of tho Democratic national committee, said luday "Eight years ago during tho presi dential cnmpalgn of 1001 I en mo to New York, nnd, being n member of tho Democratic national committee, I dropped In at tho hendrjunrtcrs of tho com- Jilttec. I found tlio lltornry Imrpnii of tbo cotnmlttco very nctlvoly engaged In perusing tho volumes of Theodora Roosevelt. When I saw on every desk 'The Winning ot tho West, 'Tho IJfo of Thomas II. Kenton' nnd a half doz en others of tho works of tho then Republican nomlneo for president I wondered whether or not I bad got Into the right place. "I was immediately set aright, however, when I was Informed that tha literary young men wero engaged In culling from those books some of tbo many denunciations nnd bitter criticisms and attacks made by Theodora Roosevelt upon public men and measures nnd his aspersions upon great representative bodies of our people, such as worklngmen and farmers. "I found them preparing to send forth broadcast nil over the land such excerpts from tho writing of Theodore Roosevelt ns: "'Cowboys nre much better fellows nnd plcasanter companions than small farmers or agricultural laborers, nor aro tho mechanics nnd workmen of a great city to be mentioned In the same Ky., and Mrw. the only laxaSyrup Pepaln. most perfectly all the purposes ot a laxative, and Ita verx mildness and freedom from rrlplar recommend It especially for tha use of children, women, and old folks gener- -' ally people who need a gentle bowel stimulant. Thousands of Americas families havo been enthuslastlo about It for more than a quarter of a century. Anyone wishing to make a trial of this remedy before buying It In tha regular way of a druggist at fifty cents or on dollar a large bottle (family alze) caa nave a sample bottle sent to the horn free of charge by simply addressing Dr., W. n. Caldwell. 405 Washington St, Montlcelio, ill. Tour nam and slilra on a postal card will do. Mrs. M. 8. Ailims, Aubum, U. M. Boyce, Tip Top, Ky., tive given Is Dr. Caldwell's tt has been found to answer Will You Spend ONE DOLLAR to Elect Wilson President? L How deep is your conviction that this government ought to be in new hands, in clean hands ? How much arc you in favor of a clean slate from Wilson and Marshall clear down the line to the very smallest offices in your locality? The Democratic National Committee has every reason to believe that every progressive voter is willing to spend a dollar to elect Wilson and Marshall and their ticket. And that thousands arc anxious to contribute to the Wilson Campaign Fund in amounts of 2, $5, $10 and $20. ? To such we make our appeal. To such we must look for victory. We have just received our Fall shoes 3J ' 7 I in Patents, Vicis, Velvets, Gun Metals Etc. We handle the 1 1 & " s I famous May Man-to- n line. You will find no better in quality and style at right prices. I Ik KsJtwt Time An Important Factor the Interests. We have only a lew dayt and contributions to be This li another use where time li money. The enemy have their funds lupplied Instantly by effec- Head a List For the Fund If yon know several Wilson voters, or work in a place where there are Wilson voters, take up a subscription from all of them. Place vour name and the amount of your subscription at the top ol the list and get the others to join you. Chairman Finance Committee, Democratic National Committee, 000 Michigan Avenue, Chicago, III. This is the most helpful work you, as an individual, can do (or clean government next to casting your ballot (or Wilson and Marshall on November Sth. Hughes, Martin & Co. Stanford. Ky. tive must be received at once. being There Is no question of the nvwy of the ble to defeat the money of the Trusts. Became It is greater even In volume and will be used In Straightforward telling ways. But to be effective It must be received and used within the next few days. Quick action is absolutely necessary. Let us have your contributtcn or the lilt you make up from your friends and today if possible, tomorrow tura. Pnle Mention the name of this paper on your list. Then mall the list and contributions to C. R. Crane, Vice breath.' How Your Money Will Be Spent Woodrow Wilson, our standard bearer, hat never had the time or disposition to talk about himself. Mc ha: never used spccucuUr methods to place Llunclt in the spotlight His greatest work lias been done without ostentation. In the most expeditious, dignified manner. The great mass of voters do not know what a really great man Wilson is. They do not know all he has done. They do not understand all the features of his platform. We must tell them. To educate this great nation of voters, especially the clear thinking Independent Democrats, Republicans and Progressives who choose their leader on his merits, means the expenditure of a ast amount of money. We propose to use your dulUrs in just this and without a penny frittered away (or an unnecessary item. We know you hac confidence e will do this thing and successfully. i wayx-judicious- How to Contribute to the Wilson Campaign Fund Sign the Coupon in this corner and fill in the amount Then attach your Money to this Coupon and mail today to the address given on the Coupon. Issue all checks, money orders and address all to C. R. Crane, Vice Chairman Finance you give. Bryan nnd his adherents hare appealed to the basest set In the laud "'Mr. Public Sale of Fine Farms, Live Stock, &c. I will sell at public outcry on Tuesday, Oct. 22, 1912 Brqinnlng at 10 o'clock A. M. my hrcc farms In Lincoln county, Ky., lot of extra good 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 Stanford turnpike, 7 miles from Stanford, 2 miles from McKlnney, 2 from Hustonville and Moreland. There are in all, 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 good dwelling-housand all necessary outbuildings; is well watered; in fine condition and in hiah state of cultivation. No better farms can be found in this part of Kentucky. I will offer them as a whole and then separately and accept the bid deemed best. Possession given January I, 1913. I also have two tracts of the best sort of Knob Land tit sell at the same time; about 39 acres in each tract; a good dwelling house on each. This land raises good tobacco and other crops. Will also offer a couple of nice town lots in McKinney. FLOUR MILL. I will also offer for sale my steam operated flour mill at McKinney- - 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 consisting of brood mares, mules horses, cattle, hoqs and sheep; all in good shape and first class condition I will also offer for sale about 1,000 bales of good hay, CROP and 500 bales of straw. Will have for sale a lot of farminu implements in good shape and a good 30 horse power Bulck automobile. BANK STOCK. Will offer 12 shares of stock in the National Bank of Hustonville; 25 shares of stock of the McKinney Deposit Bank s and 3 shares of stock in the Danville 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 Hustonville and I will meet them at any train. the farmers.' "'They (worklngmen who object to government by Injunction) arc not In sympathy with men of good minds and sound civic morality.' Hits Quakers Too. They quoted from what ho said about the Quakers, that those who would not fight wcro traitors to their a Committee Democratic National Committee, 900 Mich-Iga- n Avenue, Chicago, III. Then write a letter to this newspaper giving your name as a contributor and stating your reasons why you believe Wood row Wilson should be elected President of the United In this way you will be listed as a Wilson conStates. A Souvenir Receipt, handsomely lithographed, tributor. well worth framing, will be sent to you. Your letter will help the fight by encouraging your friends. Do everything you can to hold up Wilson's hands in his clean campaign for the people who do the work and fighting of the country. country. "They said thnt when tho farmers and workmen nud the Quakers came to know what Theodore Roosevelt had written about tin-i- they would rle up with wrath nnd ludlgnntlou and bury Theodore Roosevelt beneath an of votes. They said that Roosevelt would not nniwer that exposure of bis views, nnd. of course, he never did. I a creed with them thnt It was tho proper thing to do to herald theso utterances through tho couutry. "As to whether or not that sort of campaigning had nny effect the result of the campaign eight years ngo speaks ava-Innc- e Why the Dollar Counts In thlf campaign the Issues lie between the forces Representative Government and l'opular Government. of To Woodrow Wilson Campaign Fund LOYALTY COUPON ft. CRANE. Vic Chairman Finance Commill... Tha DamcKtalic National Commit!., 900 Michliaa Araoua. Ckicat tllinoia. , Atalxllevtr In tin prosrenlvn Meals of government Woodrow Wilson (or l'reldnt of the United States. nd to the end that he mar take the office untrasimeled. and obligated to none hot the people of the country. I ili to contribute through you the aura of $ toward the eaixnan of Gov. Wllaon'a campaign. C In Representative Government only a part of the people those with no political faith, who spend have Influence fortunes in any direction where their own ends arc furthered for money. In Popular Government all the people have influence, because their executives and legislators do not dare to thwart the expressed will of the people. thi year Is being H;nr:!?r.'.:t!ve supported by the money of the Interests. It Is being spent lavishly to give the voters a wrong Impression of Wilson. Popular Government, this year, to win, must dependon the We must truth being told aliout Wilson. no one can publish his record controvert it. and platform broadcast so thai ' Your f 1, your ti, your W. your f 10 or NO will count and omit to win If spent In this work. for itself. "Tho Republican party Is nttempting to do today the same sort of thing that the Democrats tried in 190S. Tho Democrats Mr. They wero eight years ahead ot blui In this boit of thing. It didn't work with us then, nnd it will not work with them now. Address Stands on His Record. "Tho nttempt to attack Governor Stale. U. V. D Wilson because of certain statements Ky. which he made in wrltlug history and The Interior Journal, Stanford, Endorsed by In commenting upon events of history ; ns they appeared to him as historian any, i will fall signally. As one great metropolitan newspaper pointed out, Mr. nnd his kind are simply blowing against tho wind.' Governor Wil son is running for president on his record ns n public man, nud with that record the public Is fairly well conversant, nnd It will contlnuo to learn more as the campaign progresses. "Ho Is running for president on his record us governor of New Jersey what he said and did In thnt capacity rather than what ho wroto ns n lilsto-riachronicling events and commenting upon them ns they npjieared to nn Impartial observer whose duty It is to write of things ns they nre rather than ns they should bo or us ho would havo aVnaaaaaaaaaaaat lea A aaaaBsVSvA i S BBBBBavaM.j.a aaaaaavavaB& A them. a "Our Republican brethren aro entitled to nil the thunder they can make out of Governor Wilson's writings. I hope they will rend them carefully and thoroughly. They will bo nblo to gain u grout deal of valuable Information, and when tho context is rend along with tho excerpts which havo becu taken from his works for tho Ky. 3729-3- 1 purpose of placing him lu a false light & Herbs. I have no fear us to the results. All heart Ilea a NATURAL deslro for NATURE'S medicines. Roots Deen down In people disregarded God's promises. Mod-ethnt Is needed Is n thorough underToo long have tho leSriu of nature been neglected, too loan havo suffering ft deaths from disease while human standing. , doctors think only of "operations" & strong drugs, unnatural. Sly years of experience- - as a Cow-boHealth Is natural, disease "ingersoll sought to disprove Bible oots ft bs as medicines edge of tho powers o & among thondlans glvo mo a peculiar fitness ft know truths nnd to assail Holy Writ by the .. -.- t.uut, iiuuuiv, .u..0,, my remed es havo cured & aro curing woou nuno methods wuIcIl tho Republicans Catarrh, Nervous ft Stomach Troubles that wcro pronounced Incurable by Uio are seeking to assail Governor tho greatest book . vant o lToVli Uls to tho world ft to any ono asking. I will mallyou are not enjoyingof Its best ? ALL HERUAUST," absolutely free. If kind over published, entitled 'TUB COW-IIO. .... .v...- -- w .. tho blessings ot do rfoct iieaiiu, your uuiy uuiuiiuun uuuw jui Tbo average business tnnn has awakInquiry promptly answered . . . . mm,, 1 1 .1 C rT.-- l. nMM nr,,rnt-rened to tho fact that it is u good InCOM'UliusiK is tne name ot my great t unn., uvvi uuil.uuk, composca or o iV, vestment to give some of his time to of medicine, lasts about 3 months, costs onh one dollar & is JjnGALLGyA, 4 DEAL- o, refumltd. cnM.CEL.SAR it mid BY ALL DRUGGISTS & political affairs. This s one of Democthe nerves, stomach, liter, kidneys, bowels, bladder & blood, A household remedy ERS IN MEDICINE tor racy's best signs of victory. if your d,uggist hasn't got it or won't get it, I WILL FILL YOUR most excellent. AskforCOM-CEl.-SAR- ; rcrhnps the Itepubllcans, aa repre OKDIaSlARuVvhlTE-l'tOON'- S SCIENCE SOPE Is made of PURE VEGETABLE OILS FOR HUMAN sented by Taft, are satisfied with the at all dealers, Retail, who art SKIN ONLY, guaranteed to satisfy of money refunded, ioe or 3 bars rayne-Aldrlc- h tariff bill. Uut the mathru all wholesale dealers. jority of the voters are not. "r, cock with the Southern delegations triumphed onlv in part. Twice in two weeks did Joe Lee nnd Henry Chubb-- , go to Wiivhingtnn, called there by Hitchcock. These boys hn.I i:ained the ear of the President mid it required nil the influence of Hitchcock mid Xnule to get their men appointed, hut then only after they had been handicapped by positive instructions were given in regard f the negro t'iiumoratnrs. ThU was i!u first slip in tho cn of tho machine in iflie south. When tho news came to us that Hntvey Helm had been the white iieoplp rejoiced for we knew we had it friend on guard. wns iefited. The pteconvention dent of Hitch- Fair-Term- GOD'S HERBS & ROOTS I cure mstases, sue Bible says so, & it the Cow Boy fn SISHNnaaBLP is being proven every day by Herbalist y CHARLIE WHITEMOON, W. Broadway, Louisville, v., ""ton iinjiu." -- -- ..'trt'iiaantfrttAunK ...,. n... ii"lT..iJ;.U Jl ie sup-pli- ed A Bargain. About 7 2 acres of good land in Capt. T D. English, Auctioneer. a high stnte of cultivation located "in the heart of tho town of Stnn- fotd. Ky., S rn.'.m residenep, hnlls, FARM AT PUBLIC SALE cannot sec to things baek there. I concrete basement. 2 room tenant will be resent .on day of sale. tiouso nnd nil necessary outbuildI will sell nt publio auction on Anna B. Sweeney, A splendid proposition for ings. 718 East Fremont, Saturday, November, 9, 1912 you farmers who want to move to Bloomington, III. town. If yon want it act quick. For in front u the court house; nt Stun-t'or81-- 5 Ky., my farm of about 55 Col. J. P. Chandler, Auct. particulars see ncrt's, located on tho waters of Knob HUGHES & MeCAim, Lick', two miles south of Junction Southern Railway. Stanford, Ky. City borderiui; on tho Cincinnati Popular excursion Sunday Sept. Southern railway and near Doweii bution, Lincoln county, Ky. There 29th, between Louisville, Lexington, nre ubout 35 ncres in woods, the Danville. Georgetown, Lawrence-bur!- :, Ilarrodsburg, Shelbyville, and Your balance l'or cultivation ubout 20 in timothy Kni.vs. It has u Versailles, and intermediate stations acre?, $1.50 between Kood house of thieu ltirgo rooms, in both directions. Georgetown Danville, good fence nrouiul garden and yard, Lexington, also boiuu fruit trees, reek running and Louisville, for the round-triStep off and take a look at of thiough place and can .strike, water tickets limited to return on dato beyour home, Doesn't it need feet almost anywhere on the sale. Proportionately low ratesConin Now Is the time painting? i'arni. It is a fine place for sheep tween intermediate stations.agent or and calves nud would make a fine sult any Southern railwayLexington, to have it done. Paint before CTA, H. dairy nnd poultry faun. No better write I). C. King, DPA, Louisville, bethe winter rain and snow II. Todd, place could be bud anywhere close Kv., gins to fly. Hanna's Green Kv., J. C. ISenra, AGPA, St. Louis, to the pike and school and market. Mo. Seal, the made to wear paints Any man looking for a good cheap use. are the right kind to home should buy this place. It U in good condition. The lust crops Formula with every can. For wero all gwod, nnd it will ruise toSale by G. B. PRUITT. More-lan- d. bacco ami corn, oats, millet, biiugfi L. L. SANKv.. and fine clover auywheio on the plnee. Ky. DERS. Crab Orchard, I 1VRICHM0N0.K All under fence. Possession given nt once. Now is your chnuco for a C A Tralalnr good home cheap. School lor Teachers ctifeli Terms. Cash, or (WMW4lftf W ElcowttUrr UkrrlUlft-- LIN alluu Cr nud tho balance in one nud two .... PBhlL V.lll Is ven re, secured by lieu on bankable fl per cent interest note nud bearing tij l..laa fad Caunty SurvayM finm date of deed until paid. I will BluriN..aNMl. ""JESSE"m ." KiltM v General Farm Surveying fui nibh good abstract nnd good deed. Ky. Phone 172, I desire to sell ray property as I cuw..rw j. p. QlUMH. rwM t. 1-d, J. S. MURPHY, """'"" . m 1 a ' f) 11 Housi Ntids Painting p; 1- WBm oue-lin- lf E. D. Pennington, .llalU Alt war-rnnt- 52-6- St!i. 0rwnmw7vniwm.'i V 'v 4 i i. - $ f THE INTErHOH JIUBHAL tTAN FOHO. KENTUCKY. FRIDAY. OCTOIEB II. HI2 DEMOCRATIC SPEAKING Judge Samuel M. Wilson, of Lexington, and m Hon. Harvey Helm, of Stanford, Will address the voters of Lincoln and vicinity at the Court House aW&. Monday Afternoon, Oct 14, 1912, at 1:30 O'clock. Victor Lear, of Garrard, purchasJ. W. Brown bought a house and Marksburv. lot in Sholby City from Mr. Maxey ed of J. C. Gastinenu ten head of Vic lA;ir bought a big bunch of 000 pound cattle at 4 2 cents per hogs from Ben King nnving for Henry JMiillips bought some corn for $050. them 7 2 cents. John Quincy Naylor sold two com- pjund. from J. W. Brown at $2.50 deliverA yearling male calf came to our A little girl came to the hnnto ing mares to Jorcs of ed in Stanford. pasture about ten days ago, owner Mr. und Mrs. C. M. Hulctt u "few For Sale. One 13 inch Ohio fod- L. Anderson for $215. can get same by paving for this dn.s ago. Over in Boyle II. A. Hudson der cutter with 14 foot carrier in notice and his keep. Duke & Fish, Miss .Veil Hircins. of Faint Lick, It. C. Anderson. bought n mule colt each from It. W. Crab Orchard. Rood condition. 82-was the guct of Mi-- , Georgia J. T. Hice eold to Woods F. Ross Harbersou and John W. Webb at George Leathers, who is farming Dunn last week. $115. of Paint Lick, 118 lambs at 6 V. A. Robinson iu the past month place, this on Adam Carpenter's The farmers who sowed The Bourne Brothers of West has lot 30 hogs by death. Vaccincow nnd this year report a satisfactory- side of Morelund, bought a Turnerssold 300 bales of hay to Garrard, ation ami other preventatives were calf from Jolm Carter, of John B. Anderson the Banks Hudson firm nt $13 per -yield. used with cry little effect. 20 bushels per acre on land ville, ' for which he paid $35. ton. Mi-.Mabel Rankin has returned J. II. Murphy, four miles from which had grown wheat this year. le At B. L. Martin's sale near from Somerset, where she has been T. J. Hill sold his drove of hogs Stanford on the Hustonville pike, corn sold at $2 to $2.50 in friends. which he has been feeding at lib bought for his own use, a pair of the field. Mr. Jim Dunn, of Washington, has horse mules from R. C. Nunnelley, Holtz-clafarm four miles from Stanford on T. D. Newland sold to B. D. been visiting his coiimii. Miss Luzio hogs at 8 the Hustonville pike, to B. D. Hotlz-cla- of near Turnersville, for which he three Grimes. paid ."r300. the local buyer, last week. cents. J. I Hamilton sold to VA Clark J. L. Hutchins, the Boyle stockS. J. Myers and R. C. Englemnn There were 48 and they weighed a man bought 51 110 ncies of hind at $102 per awe. d hogs total of 10,235 pounds, and were will leave the 15th for Goldsboro, This farm wus sold to Mr. llamiltou from Jake A. Robinson five miles K. C. to assist Charles Lutes in his bought at $7.80 a hundred. Mr. from Stanford on the Danville pike by Johnson nnd Robert Spears. horse and mule market this winter. Holtzclaw sent the porkers into the nt $7.85, 50 hogs of Mrs. Robert K. Joe Aldri'1- -- cold to Lvim Clark a T. C. Rankin, of Hubble, burchas-e- d Cinicnnati market. CO acre fa nn at $05 K?r acre. Tarkington at $7.05, and 23 1.200-poun- d Bedford & Tuttle, W. 0. Brock a pair of mules from Zobert Robert Speak bought from Mr. cattle of J. R. Knox, at 7 1 and Filmore Osborne, of Clark cents per pound. Hutchison for $380 and a Schooler his farm containing CO mule from Robert Burnside, of Gar- county, were here last week and V. B. Burton, of Lancaster, acres for $(i()0. acpurchased four car-loaof cattle companied by J. L. Wiggins, of Mr. and Mio. Wilford Bye, of rard f.r $130. Mr. Brock got Wilson, Is". C, both of whom nre of Middleburg, have been visiting her At B. W. Leigh's sale .at Kidd's from Ike Shelby. paicnt, Mr. and Mrs. B. W. Swope. Store last week his $4,000 stock of two curs- of feeders and Mr. Os- the Wilson Live Stock Co. went to Mis, Kay Jenkins left this mornpoods brought cost, 10,000 pounds borne one car, averaging 800 and St. Louis Mo., last week and puring to tuke her little lieiiheu-- . John of tobacco sold at .$10 per hundred, Bedford & Tuttle purchased one enr chased on that market two londs. 49 Gallagher to Cincinnati, where he of yearlings averaging 1,000 pounds head, of mules paying therefor $210 57 acres of land lyinp in the corpor is being tieatcd for spinal trouble ate limits of Hustonville brought Tho former were purchased for1 C per head. The mules were shipped P direct to Wilson X. C. bv an eminent phjsiciau of that $145 per acre, brood mares $150 to ...life rfiiwl 4lia Inline nf fit f place. Monte Fov, the Bovle stockman, $300, stock hogs 8 cents per pound, ceuts. A good meeting is in progress nt A number of Lincoln county stock hnx just delivered to Tom C'heiiuiilt, corn $2.25 in field. A good crowd this place. Rev. W. F. Jenkins, is buyers were in Richmond Monday, of Madison, u herd of 86 steers that was present. doing splendid preaching, some J. W. Brown living nt the Moscr which wns court lay there. There weighed from 1,0(10 to 2,000. Mr. which is much enjoyed by the audiplace on Dick's river now owned by was nhout 3,000 cattle on the market Fos gathered these beeves in Wayne. Xo addition ences. Marion county and tin to this M. F. Lawrence, holds the record for and they seemed to change hands Washington, time. over to Mr. Cliennult at n large yield of Irish potatoes. Fiom readily. Greeley Lutes, the Turuers-vill- e turned Roy Walton received a severe stockman bought a bunch Springfield and Lebanon, he paying n planting of three bushels of seed fracture of the arm by falling from he harvested 75 bushels of nice po- weighing from 000 to 800 pounds nt from 0 to 0 2 cents per pound for a lice. One bone was broken at tatoes. This remarkable visM nas from 2 to 3 2 cents, a pound. Mr. them. These cattle will bo followed the wrist, while the other una was grown in made soil near tha river Lutes recently purchased from Dick by another held of about 00 head considerably crushed and reuinms and the seed was a variety of mix- Cooper, of Turnersville, a herd of which will be taken to Mr. Clien i:i a fearful condition and (imputasteers, which he will nult s .Madison county farm to be tures, of a size smaller thati hen 30 i tion may be uccciiry. eggs and planted one or two in a put on silage himself a while be- fed for the cport trade. Myers & Tucker, the Hustonville Mrs. George Lucas and children, fore sending to market. lull without cutting. stockmen, bought a bunch of 17 or ot Illinois, who Iiiim been the guests 18 butcher cattle fiom John Coulter of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Swope of near Middleburg, Casey county, are now wsiting .Mrs. Wilford Dye that they paid from 1 2 to 3 2 at Miildlcbtin;. cents a pound for. From Vest Bros, of near Mt. Olive, in Cusev county, A Baraaln they bought a herd of 025 pound 131 acres of fine blue grass land, feeders. There were about the same mile from pike. All iu grass exnumber iu this consignment. Theso cept 25 acres. 3 room cottage, porch buyer have n load of steers on the etc., tobacco and stock barn 80x30 Cincinnati market neatly every Tenant house, new wire fence, all week, and sometimes oftener. buildings in good repair, well fenced Probably the largest kcrohaw ever 50 bearing apples trees, nocr failseen iu Stanford was brought to the ing water. IVioo $07.50 per acre. WE WILL SELL AT PUBLIC OUTCRY ON office of the Interior Journal this hughes & Mccarty. week by Sam J. Bell, the farmer, out on the Dudderar's Mill Hudson and Hughes, of Lancaster W. R. Cook, of Lancaster, purpike. Tho vegetablo weighed 28 pounds, and was 23 inches long, and nought 1,000 bales of mixed hay chased from various dealers 50 head was 32 inches in circumference lrom Ihompsou and Ballard, of of cattle ranging iu weight from 700 EGINNING AT 10 O'CLOCK A. M.. OUR FARM CONSISTING OF around the base, und 22 inches i'reaeliersville, at $12 per ton. pounds to 1,100 pounds per head nnd L. K. Ferkins, of Garrard bought costing him from $4.75 and $5.50 2M ACRES OF BLUE GRASS LAND. A LOT OF GOOD STOCK. around the neck. It is some squash. CROPS, AND OTHER PROPERTY. and Ballard. S. J. Myers, und R. C. Engleman, of Thompson of per hundred. J. II. Buughman went over to the 27 head of of Stanford, left this week for North Fieacheroville. George Rubel sale, near Bryants-vill- e steers at $23 per head. Carolina, to manage depots for the Thursday and bought a pair of Reg. No. 4170. The Farm: Kentucky Horse & Mule Company, a. .11. ii oss, iii j'reaenersviue, mare mules for $420 One farm located 2 mile west of 1 saddlo bred bay which has its headquarter at Golds- bought 10 head of cattJe Tunning in mare mule for horse by dies, l'eavine, subject boro. Hustonville, on Hrudfordsville turnMr. Myers will be at La weight from 700 to 000 pounds from and a $185. to registration. pike. This furm litis one Grange, N. C, and Mr, Kngleman at J. II. (I wens at $5 per bundled. W. R. Cook, of the Lancaster sub- ten1 weanling colt, by Dignity Dare. dwelling house and one Fremont, N. C. This is tho firm V. A. Lear, of Garrard, shipped urns, is muKing nn extensive ant house, both in good repair. Also 1 sorrel marc, bred to jack. that Charles Lutes, of this city twenty car-loaof hogs Satuiday of mules for shipment to tho 2 tobacco barns which will hold 25 1 brown mare, bied to jack. heads, and it docs a big business to the Cincinnati market. The southern having lately with tho southern planters in horncies of good tobacco, one btock 1 family marc, bred to horse. cost from 7 2 cents to 7 bought 25 market, hybrids runiriiiir head of gelding, trotting bred. ses and mules during the winter barn and all other necessary out- I 4 cents per pound. in n gu from 1 to 7 years, costbuildings. This land is rich, well 1 son el yeaning gelding, by All Fen-viu- e. mouths, handling largo shipments Lnwson and Brown, of Garrard, ing him an average of $175 nnd head per watered, lies perfectly for successfrom the Blue Grass country. Both bought 75 1 I will offer to the highest bidder mv farm, containing hogs from 260 acres bv Mr. Cook will ship this collection to ful cultivation, in fine neighboihiiod 1 filly colt, by All leaine. are local men who go to joiu it, have located on waters of Hanqlna Fork, lust I mile north of McKffi-ne- y. suckling mule colts; 2 yearling had much experience iu the work, lbert's and J. M. Gooch, of the Gi- Butler, Georgia, about the first of survey, miles .convenient to churches and excellent 3 4 Cheek district, at 8 cents per November. east of Hustonville, on Q. & C. railroad. I mile from detet mules. school. and two better men for tho places pound. This farm is considered one of the best farms in Lincoln county. Craws Anyone wishing to look at this 1 pair woik mules; 1 could not have been found. wheat, corn. oats, hemp and tobacco as, much per acre as any farm In M. J. Funis, the big Uojle feeder World's Baseball Championship mule. farm can find me iu Hubtonville or The stinglesH b;e has nt last the county, dwelling house of 12 rooms, all out bulldinqs necessary, twe sold 200 head of light export cattle In the Win Id's Championship Cattle: my son on said faun, or can phono having been produced by an series now being played iu tho laroe stock barns, one 12 acre tobacco barn. All under aood fence and Jersey milk cow; 3 Jer English apiarist named Burrows af- to Sim Weil, of Lexington at 7 cent me and 1 will meet them at train at 1 a pound. east, Boston won the first game at well watered. One of the best spring In the county. Lots of never faH-In- q sey heiters; i u earning steer ter two years of experiment. Morelund. A water. Col. Jack China sold his fine farm New Yoik by a heme of 4 to 3. Wood Horses: calves. description of the now bee says that Dwelling house nicely arranged for two families. bred chestnut sorrel 2 huge brood tows and some shouts the hybrids are splendid workers of 255 ucies in Mercer county thU pitching for Boston against Tesrcau One t,me ' Ei" 8e!l Tho War Held, onu of the finest trettkm mare, Keg. No. 5825; has record as A few choice ewes ami olio buck. and arc less liable to disease than week to Itonta Brothers, ut 155 per and Ctandalt for New York. Tho c. ,,A!th,e Kentucky. His colts can be seen at the sale to shew far Crops. Etc. the ordinary honey producer. great show marc, breediii" show line. The furm is one of tho best in vectind game was a tie 0 to 0 in 11 Burinnings, tho gnmo was called on ac. themselves. interest iu 13 acres of rows mated Sypriau drones with the Blue Grass, colts that huve won 1st premiums in Will sell WIH also sell all my fine breed oome of best stakes; in foal now to line tobacco; n lot of looe and buiItaliuu queens to produce tho lieu Jesse Sweeney, of Lancaster, who count of darkness. The great Math-crso- n mares, geldings, lennets. cattle. pitched for New Yoik ugainst cews and calves, farmina Implements, crop. etc. ld ha v. A lot of corn in shock; bee, which, while possessing a sting- recently bought a farm' out in GarAll Fenvine. Collins nnd Hall for Boston. New Black marc, bred to wane fodder; implements nnd house- er, cannot use it us a weapon of of. rard, bought it bunch of eight 1 All small rata has been sewn: 70 acres wheat up nicely. tbMtov hold goods too mimcious to men- 1'CIISO. mules from J. T. Ranoy to tork won the third game Thursday Jack. sewn: can ive aessesslen January I. 1913. saddle bred bay horse, tion. Terms Kusy. use on his furm. He paid $1,200 by 2 to 1, Manmard pitching for the 1 TERMS made known en day of sale. victors ugainst O'Brien and Bedient TREES!! Fruit and Ornamental lor the herd. for Boston. Over 30.000 people Shrubs. Asnaragns, Rhubarb, Feo-nie- s, J. Fleece Robinson, of Lancaster, Roses, Fhlox, etc. No Agents. delivered to Victor Lear, the Gar- - huve attended each game. Growers of What we sell. Free rnrd stockman, a bunch of 55 hogs PMtti-HHIt- UM FerkMdM. Catalogue. which averaged 275 pounds for II. F. IULLENMEYER & SONS, which Mr. Robinson received 8 cents C. M. Allen, Ed Ballard, J. II. Car. Lexington, Ky, CAPT. T. D. ENfiLISH. AUCT. n pound. ter. JWITtWVM.Lt. KENTUCKY. FARM AND STOCK NEWS 1-threo-year-old 3. c. bui'K-wheat ed Per-ryvilw 225-pou- Have you Secured your Season ticket -- for s 175-poun- 1-- the- - - Stanford Lyceum Course? First Number, Oct. 22, 1-- THE GREAT BOYDS 1-- A Versatile Company in Songs, Instrumental Music, and Humorous Sketches. PUBLIC SALE OF Farm Lands, Live Stock, Crops, Etc. 1-- 1-- I i Reserved Season Tickets at Penny's Drug Store, $2 and $2.50. 1- -4 Wednesday, Oct. 30, 12 ld well-kno- 500-pou- four-year-o- ld ld Fine Blue Grass Farm Horses, Mules and Cows Public Sale of pur-chii- se 1-- 3-- Atl;30 o'clock, Tuesday, Oct: 29, Lil-liu- rn nr-riv- ed a W 1- -2 three-year-o- ld jfosiah Bishop & Son. ,:ft . A . S.M. Owens, Col. McKinney, Ky. J. P. Chandler, Auctioneer. '