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' 5 " y . - , ' ' V'' ' t. - . .V ' -- v T :' f nv I fs win mp wwwi whv Wateh th tate m ywr vni Reraw Prtwn tly. ! wp i UN The Interior STANFORD, LINCOLN COUNTY, KENTUCKY, TUESDAY, FOUNDED 18C0. 53d YEAH. NO 83 OCTOBER Journal 15th, 1012 et f CmCULATItW-OV- ER ' THE LARIEST tf ANY 1 rniiuTsv Mcwuuri m ( THE STATE OF KENTUCKY. J TUESDAYS AND FRIDAY, v FARMERS HAVE GREAT TIME HERE M0NMY 'I 1 PL 11 1 the first throe chapter degrees under tins Brand old man only last week, nml will ever treasure the memory of his word anil his work. A delegation from Lincoln Lodge went to Danville Saturday night ti aittrnd a lodge of arrangements for Hie funeral, nmong thos- - who went over being. Dr. T. W. Pennington, .Master of the local lodge, George P. Bright, John N. Mcnefee, Jr., J. N. Ed Walton Goes to Richmond Ed C. Wnlton last week v MASONRY DIES SUDDENLY an interest in the Hiehmond ,1,1.1 Infl tliiu inorninc for tho Henry G. Sandifer Found Dead on capital of Mndison to take charge Since disposing ol tlm olnerel Banks of Hanqlnq Fork Na-- s . TinieSf Mr. Walton hus been prospecting itniong Kentucky newspapers tlve of Lincoln conclusion that 'ind cnino to tho Hiehmond offered a splendid field. Every one in this rommuiiity woi i.Mifnr A. 1). Miller, of tho Climax. Kreotly shocked Saturday afternoon has been compelled to get out into when Henry 0. Suiulifcr lind been the country, on account m ins ueniiu chnrgc of the Hint Henry 0. Sandifer lind been nnd with Kd Walton in undoubtedly tho Climax will found dend on the banks of Hnng-in- e lilnnt, take front rnnk in the list of ngniu Fork, ns n result of what wns Kentucky newspapers. believed-tbo a heart attack, from STANFORD WINS. 47 TO 0. which lio had b"ii n Mifferer fir nahome time. Mr. Sandifer wns a Ball Bows Defeat Lancounty, nnd wns Local Fori tive f Lineoln caster OtherSchool News. lirobubly the best Vnown Mason in Keiituckv. He was greatly lieloved (Uy James Cioper.) Only u Jiniong the Miisons liere. With tho exception of merely a few weekri ngo ho came here at the praclico gnmo with the town tenia, lieud of tlie Danville degico team the Stanford High School foot ball and officiated at t!:o cxrmplifira team pliiyed its first came with lion of the third decree npon Har- Lancaster's school team on last Frivey Helm. Tho editor of the I. J. day, playing on the hitter's grounds lind tlie grout pleasure of toking It wiifi my pleasure to see the game GRAND OLD. MAN OF wcic: Miss Mnry M. Hnney and Mr ASSASSIN TRIES TO KILL Tannine Coleman, Miss Anna D. McTHEODORE ROOSEVELT lioberts and Mr. Tom Phillips, Miss Mnry E. McKinlicv and Mr. Joseph Hill.' Miss Mary S. Cook and Mr. Bull Moose Candidate for President Jnmes Cooper. Sllqhtly Wounded by Bullet Tho Hncli .Club began work Inst In His Riant Shoulder week with much eiithusiusiii, hnvjng for a subject for their first meeting "Tho Life of Chopin' The roll cnll is larger than last year, nnd the interest manifested bv these voung people in the study of musical history, and analysis will bo very gratifying to all who tint interested in the development of n broader and higher musical interest anion" our young people. An afternoon devoted to American Music will bo given in the Auditorium ub an early date. WORLD CONVENTION Of Disciples at Louisville Attended Bv Many Local Christians The men in the crowd nt first "Turkey Tom" Ready for Business. were not disposed to heed bis words, T. W. Qoocli, the popular turkev but nt length fell back and permitted buyer, of the McKinney section, will Martin and Cnpt. Oirard to carry soon he out after the gobblers again the man into the hotel. Ijiisfnll. Ho has been buying tho The prisoner told the police after luscious birds for the past 15 years, an hour's exniniiintioii thnt ho was and is known to every housewife John Schrnnk, of 370 East Tenth und turkey raiser in this section, street, Ncr York. Ho had cn his nnd is fnmilinrly cnllcd "lurkcy person n copy of tho Colonel's itin- Tom" by his host of friends. There erary, written on n sheet of note pa- is no better judge of turkeys anyper taken from the Hismnrck Hotel where than Mr. Qoocli nnd his comand Cnfo, Nashville, Tcnn. ing is always eagerly nwaited about The would-b- e assassin is flve-fctlio tunc the frost gets on the pumpfio inches in height, weighs 170 kin nnd the fodder's in the shock. pound's, light complexion, bald nml iairlv well dressed. Ho confessed MRS. WM. McKINNEY to the police that he fired the shot nnd rcmnrked: Passes Away Suddenly at West End "Any mnii looking for a third Horns of Acute Indiaestlon term ought to ho shot." A written proclamation found in the clothing of the man who did the shooting reads: "September 15, 1012 September 15 11HI1, 1:30 a. in., iu a dieum I saw President McKinloy sit up in a monk's nttire in whom I recognized Theodoie Roosevelt. Tho President said 'this is mv murderer, avenge by death.' "September l'J, 19PJ, 1:30 n. m while writing n poem. Homo one tapped me iu tho shoulder nnd snid: 'Let not a niurdcrcr take the presidential chair. Avenge my death I could plainly see Mr. McKinley's features. Before Almighty God, I sweur this above writing is nothing but the truth." Col. Roosevelt's wound wns so slight thiil he left for Chicago at midnight, declaring that ho would continue on his itinerary. Mrs. William McKinney died at her homo near MoKinnoy Friday afternoon at 1 o'cloek after only u few hours illness. Sho wns siczed with an attack of acute indigestion about 11 o'cloek and being alone in the house nt the time it was somo time before her illness was known mid physicians reached her too late to afford much Deceased was Irani in Pulaski county 58 years n"o and moved lo this county when In curly lifo she u young woman. united with the Presbyterian church and her life lind always been thnt of n constant Christian. In addition to her husband she is survived bv one daughter. Mrs. Mandy Tyree, of Ifnleigh, N. C, one brother, S. M Owens, of Lincoln and three sisters, Mesdames Jos. Sallee, of Harrods-burJ. M. Owens, of Somerset, and Mrs. Lelin Cook, of this city. After funeral services conducted nt the home of her brother by Hcv. C. Ii. Plain, of Hustonville. Sunday afternoon the remains were brought to Buffalo cemetery and laid to rest in the presence of n concourse of sorrowing friends and devoted relatives. g, Politics. Mule Colts arvd Eimtimm Cattle Market Keep Ii Crowd Very Busy. i Mule colts, cnttlo pens, and politics divided tho attention of one of the biggest and best court day crowds seen in Stanford in a long while on .Monday, October court day. all oer this part of tho state. There were estimated to be about 1,500 at 4 Buyers of cattle were here from BBBbV . XBBBBM Jr. The Danville Advocate Saturday had thin account of the death of Mr. Sandifer: The whole community was great-l- v (.hocked shortly after noon today when the icport became current that Mr. H. 0. Sandifer. r.. Cash-ie- r of the Boyle Hank & Trust Co.. lin,l been found dead on the Hanging Fork near the bridge on the old linciistcr luke. He was found bv : colored liov nnmed Harlan. Bv his Mde was a bucket of minnows winch h had just caught, preparatory to fishing. Apparently he had Mopped to take a little rest when he Jell forward on his breast, where ho expired. Tho indications are that death came without a struggle. left his homo in Mr. Similiter Danville this morning nlsout 0:3(1 and friends saw him at Hedge-vill- e about 7 o'clock. Fiom Jlicre l.o went directly to tho river. He noon, the wiii found shortly before colored Imv did not know who ho Hedge-villwas and notified the store at which in turn called Sheriff Fox. who Imiried to the river. The sheriff then notified friends nnd relative in Danville. went to the nvcr Mr. Sandifer alone this morning, which was not usual, as his custom wus to bo accompanied. He had been in fairly od health and hd not coniplained. However, ho had suffered slight nf bcait disease in the past mid the supposition - that he was attacked. eurs ho had been For forty-si- x connected with the Boyle National Hank and thu Hoyle Hank and Trust i and for tho past fifteen vcars cashier, having succeeded the late .John W. l'roctor. He was secrctnrv f the Danville Budding nnd Loan .Association and was one of the mo,t inoiuineiit Masons in the Stale of Kentucky, lie bad senod as past ihiuih'ul Commander of the Knights Templar of Kentucky and had filb;1 ..ii it... ,,ffi,... in tlu local Masonic lodge nnd tommanderv a number of times ond was Kreatiy lieloveit ov tne larre ineiiibeisliip of both ordei. Mr. Sandifer was a leadiin; and useful member of tho MuthodUt iliurcli and had always taken n deep inletest in all matters peitaininu' to the moral and commercial uplift of tho communriy. As an evidence of thu deep esteem in which he is regarded by all eiti-reithe public spcakim; which wiu to have been held at tho coiut house tliis nfteriioou was iinmedintelv up. hi tho announcement of his sleuth lie was not onlv one tit' the best posted Masons in the state but one of the best citizens in every particular. He wu about seventy years of ago and is survived by his wife and one son. Judge Henvy Sandifer, e. in, can-reli- Jaiinders. can say that games thnt was ever witnessed nnd ald though it was nlmost a affair, yet it was very interesting. Not but threo on our team were players last year, nnd the new material is certainly showing up well. It was advertised last week that the p!!!ivH'e Props, were going to play here last Friday, but as thev failed to come, us they hnve frequently done before, hurriedly Mr. It flu nil got u gnific with Lancaster. The game was called at threo o'clock, and the luic up was as follows, the result of game being in favor of S. H. S. bv 47 to 0: Stanford. Centre Will (Iriines. left guard. Will Moblev: left tackle, Tom Coleman: right tackle. Joe Hill: left end, Will Woods: night end Jesse Hoeker; full back, Spalding Hill: right half, Sam Kmhry; left half, Silas Anderson. Lancaster. Hradley Bourne centre; Powcn Oivens lot t guard: Slal-to- u Kirh, right guard: Charlie Dotv, loft tackle; Wood Wiliiiolt. right tackle; Frank Tinder left end: Oirl Acton, right end; Tom Elmore, full back; Ector Lawson, quarter bnek: (loweu Hoiirne, right half: William Swope. left half. Subs. for Stanford Davis. Shanks, Wilkinson, Anderson and us u reporter, and I it was one of the cleanest oue-sulc- pastor of the Christian chinch, bended a good sized delegation of Lincoln Christians to the world convention of Disciples of Christ is in session Among in Louisville this week. those went from hero in addition to the pastor, were Mr. ami Mrs. C. E. Tate, Mrs. John S. Haughman, Miss Pauline llocker, Mesdames llronn, Mnry Craig, W. P. (1 rimes, L. It. Cook. W. A. Tribble. J. O. Carpenter, J. C. Eubank- -. An attendance of 30,000 or 40.000 people is expected nt tho big Hcv. D. M. Walker, Stanford Pc-iiir- ia cou-cntio- Drown. .Old Crab Orchard Distillery Sold. (Louisville Hiruld. t'rab Orchard Distillery, at Crub Orchard, Ky., about forty link's frum Ivouisville, hus just been 'feold to a syndicatu of Chicago men. 'This announcement was .made at the offices of tho Fidelity 'Trust Co., which concern lepreseut-o- il the creditors of tho former own-er- s. It is iimlei'ktiKid thnt thu was around $1,500. Tho legal end of tho transaction was looked after by Attorneys nnd ltay. The names of the purchasing parties were not It is understood here that the distillery, which covers a lurge .ucrenge, will bo operate! agnin. al Tho plant has been idle for years past, "but is said to be in .excellent condition. It formerly belonged to tho Orob Orchard Distillery Co., which wound up its affairs for the benefit of creditors a few months ago. Tho old -yes-"terdd. sey-,er- Subs, for Lancaster. Cecil Drown Joe West and Howard Jenkins. The game in full follows : In (lie first (inarter Thomas Coleman made 'he fin-- touchdown, and with Joe Hill kicking the goal made the score 7 to ( in favor of Stanford. In the second quarter Clinton Coleman uinile tho iirst touchdown but tho goal was missed making the sooie now 13 to 0. In tho third iuntcr Silas Anderson and Joe Hill each got a touchdown and the goal kicked each time making the score at the end of the third iiuarter - to 0. In the !th tiaitcr Thomas Coleman got two touchdowns, nnd Joe Hill kicking the goal each lime, nnd Spalding Hill nUo got u touchdown in the last (inarter, but the goal fail-i- d to be kicl.c bat making the .cure 17 to 0. The S. II. S. hack field did not get to tackle at all, nor did thev huvc to kick. good playing of The Will Swope for Lancaster was a featuie of the game. Miss Elizabeth Mathenv. '14 was abent several days last week. One of the most cniovable chestnut hunts that has over been given in Stanford was the one Saturday anon bv the Stanford High School. A ciowd 'if about twenty-fiv- e lett Ioimi at eight thirty, and started toward Junction Citv. After pass, ing this town wo proceeded to tiavel towaid the knobs. We leached our destination iust about noon, and after finding u good spring, the girls began to prepare lunch, us each one was very hungry. A very elaborate luncheon was served and it was fully onjo.usl bv ull. Later in the afternoon we all started oft' to climb the knobs. This part of the day was enioved very much bv the ones who seldom get to the country. We letuiued home bv the way of Dan-ill- o that night. All, of course were tired but all declared they would temembcr the 11)12 chestnut hunt us The ciowd u very enjoyable one. (oiisi.tcd oft MUs Effie llaughmau Mr. Itobeit Carter: Miss Sallie M. Craig Mr. Jesso Hoeker; Miss Lvle Cooper, Mr. Harry Iteiuhait; Miss Gallic Iluidette, Mr. William (hime.s; Miss Mary M. Kauev. Mr. Thomas Coleman: Miss Mary K. McKinnov, Mr. Joseph Hill, Miss Anna Davis Colemnn, Mclioberts, Mr. Clinton Miss Elirabeth Holtzclaw, Mr. Sam Embry, Miss Lissa HolUclaw 'Mr. James Cooper, Misses Darnnll, Hnm-mand Eaton, nnd Mr. Kemper acted as chapcrones, and better ones could not have been found. Miss Gertrude Wilkinson, '15 has been absent for n few days. A chafing dish party consisting of four collides, wns greatly enjoyed nt th home of Miss Anna D. last Friday night. Welsh rarebit, enndy and many other coo, things were served. Tho couples 1 all-ioiiel Attending it will be delegates from every state in tho Union, neighboring Camilla, distant Australia, Hon olulu, Africa, Thibet. Japan and the Isles of the ocean, wherever missionaries of the Christian faih have gone. Louisville this week is the Mecca of Christians. Thu convention will be such in extent that Louisville men and others have devoted themselves to its for almost u year. Twenty five committees, composed of the lending churchman of the faith in the city, hae labored frrr more than months in making iirraugc-incut- s seven for the vomfort of the guests and tho convenience of the various organizations to be represented. Held out to the guests are many alluring side trips. Huns will be made to Mammoth Cae, Kentucky's ipiota of the seven wonders of the world; to Lincoln's birthplace and the memorial hall where the cabin of the martyred President is zenlonsl guarded; to the famous ltluegrass section, and to the little old. Cane Midge chinch, wheie the Christian faith had its beginning in this state. The convention, us n mutter of fact, will be thirteen conventions in one. The various organizations that will bo represented are: American Mis.sionniv Society, foreign Christ Society. Cliristian inn Missionary Woman s Hoard of Missions. Hoard of Ministerial Relief, National Hoard of Christian Evangelists, Hoard of Church Extension, National Hcne voleiil Association, American Tem pcrance Hoard, National Hoard of Chiistiau Endeavor, the ( onic-c- l ot ( hiistiau Union, Hiotherhood of Dis eiples of Christ. National Hible School Association. A tribute to the nationalities of the visitors is contained in the uiuxi cal piograin. A chorus of 500 voices will sing a number of national nu theuis. Hut the first song thnt will greet the ems of the delegates n "My Old Kentucky Home." PUBLIC SALE OF Personal Property For the renson that my wife is in Good Meetino. bad health and she and I want to Rev. A. J. Coker, of the Kingsville lest this winter, I will offer the following live stock for sale at public section, has just closed u meeting auction to the highest bidder on. at Tateville, Pulaski county, which Saturday. October 19th. '12 resulted in 30 additions to the Bapat 10 o'clock A. M. at my ulaec 3 tist church of that place. He bapmiles from Paint Lick oh the Richtized 33 of them at the close of the meeting. mond and Lancaster pike. Tho follow ing is a list of the stock: ot mules and horses, with Davis' Store. Margaret Leete, who has Mrs. some good noil; mules in tho hunch, (! years old. Several good Draft '2 to been visiting relatives and friends in this section left for her homo in maies. bvood mares, and driving Daveupoit. Washington last week. nnd ridin" hoises. 10!) head of cattle consisting of .Misses Pearl and Rebecca Minks 50 shoit two year old steers, 30 nnd Miss Mattie Owens, of spent Saturday and Sunday yearling steels mid "J fat heifers. -- 00 pickwith their aunt, Mrs. Amanda Doauc All this bunch are good. Jesse James, who ha been seried mountain ewes, first season here, ously ill for the hist two mouths guaranteed mouths nnd all mated to high class bucks. has began to improve slowlv, much to the delight f hi many friends. This stock will be sold in Hnt'oiil l.itteral and wife, of Puto suit the purchasers and tho laski county were visifiug Mr. nnd sale is nu absolute one nnd everything nut up will be old. nt the high Mis. Adams Sunday. d authorized Moc Pitman and Ollie Kidd are dollar without a the champion corn cutters of thu bv me. Tho sale will bo made on a section, having cut 1,020 shocks by ciedit of six months. Dinner on tho up. "Lynch him! Kill linn " cued u themselves, iu corn that would averground for every one. E. C. McWhorter. Paint Lick Ky. hundred men. The crowd pressed in age five bushels to the shock. 83- -' The presidential election seems to on them nml Martin nnd Capt. (lirCol. I. M. Dunn. Auet. nrd, who had followed Mm tin over he rubber tired, as it is slipping upon the side of the automobile, were tho people so easily tliat there is Judqe Hardin Cleans Up Docket Judge Charles A. Hardin made a caught with their prisoner in tho nothing said about it, mid no exgreat iccord during the term of the midst of n struggling throng of mad- citement whatever. Hovlo Client t ourt winch clnneil dened men. If seemed for the momAllen Bowlin wns convicted in Over min hundred ent that be would be torn to pieces Ifi.t Kulnrdiiv. cases were completed nnd stricken by tho infuriated men, nnd it was Circuit Coiut, nt Williamsburg, of from the docket. Danville Advocate Col. Roosevelt himself who interven- shooting at Wesley Martin and given ed, on his behalf. un iiidermininatu sentence of from He raised his hand and motioned 2 to 10 years iu tho penitentiary. Joe A splendid audience promise to Bowliu, nu uncle of Allen, wns sen greet the first Lyceum number on to the crowd to fall back. "Sto stop' he cried; "stand tenced for lifo for killing n boy bv October 23. Season tickets and the name of Mitch Christian. seats at Penny's Drug. Store. back; don't hurt him." bn-relRoek-ca.stle, ium-titics by-bi- Milwaukee, Wis., Oct. 14. Col. Theodore Hooevelt was shot and wounded tonight as ho was leaving tho Oilpatrick Hotel for the Auditorium to mnko n speech. The wound was supposed to bo superficial and the Colonel went on to the (mil and began his speech after he had seen his assailant arretted and taken to tho police-statio- n. An examination later showed thnt the injury was only a slight flesh wound in the Tight shoulder. Mr. Martin, Col. Roosevelt's secretary, seized the man and held him until policemen came up. A mob surged around tho prisoner, who np. patently is mentally upset on the subject of Roosevelt's running for another term as President. The man. who is smnll of stature, admitted firing the shot nnd said that "any man looking for a third term ought to be shot." In note found in the man's pocket nt the police station were statements that the man had been visited in a dream by the spirit of William MeKinlev, who lind snid, indicating Col. Roosevelt, "This is inv murderer, nvengo my deuth." The shooting took place in the street in front of the Hotel Oilpatrick. Col. Roosevelt reached Milwaukee shortly after 5 o'clock, and milking his wav through the crowd, which hud gathered nt tlie station, entered an automobile ami was driven to the hotel. Ho took dinner in a private dining room on the main floor with the members of the party on his private car. After dinner Col. Roosevelt went to Ins room on the second floor of the hotel, nnd shortly before 8 o- clock he started for the Auditorium. Ih.s automobile stood in front of the door and about it was a big ciowd. waiting to catch a glimpse of the Colonel as he stalled off. With the Col. were Phillip Roosevelt, a young cousin, Mr. Cocheins, Mr. Mni tin and Cant, (lirnrd. The crowd pressed close about the ( oloiiel and gave a cheer as he np pea red. As the party approached the automobile Col. Roosevelt's com pnuious stood aside and lie stepped into the car. .Martin entered direct v behicd him nod sat on the fuitlicr side of the car. Col. Roosevelt stood up. waviu his hat in answer to tho cheers of the crowd. The nnsin was standing in the crowd n few feet from the automobile. He pushed his way to the side of the car and raising hi" gun fired. Martin caught the flah and leap ed over the car a second tifter tl bullet sped on its way. ol. Roosevelt moved as the shot was fired. Hefore the ciowd knew what had happened Martin, who is six teet tall and a former football player, bad landed Mliiarely on tho nssiissin's should ers nnd bad borne him to the ground Ho threw his right arm about the man s neck with a death-lik- e grip and with his left unit seized the hand that held tho revolver. In another second he had disarmed him. Col. Roosevelt stood calmly looking on, a though nothing laid happened. Mai tin picked tho man up u tlumi'li ho were a child and curried him u few feet, which separated them from the car, almost to the side of the Colonel. "Ileie ho is," said Mai tin. "look at him. Colonel." All this happened within a few seconds ami (.ol. Kooscvclt stood gating rather curiously nt the man who attempted his life before the stunned crowd renlized what wa going on. Then a howl of rngu went Women Want Ellis Executed Ky.. Oct. l'J. The Frankfoit, y Capital witnessed the unusu-,- d spectacle of a delegation of militantly arrayed on the side The of the capital punishment. delegation came from Burasido and called on Gov. MeCrenry to protest against commutation ot tlie deatu sentence impo.ed vn Jnmes Ellis, who shot nnd killed Squire Bentty and Constable Henth there about a ear ago. tnends ol h,His nave pe titioned the Governor to commute his punishment to life imprisonment. The killing took place in nn office nnd u score of shots were fired. When tho shooting wns over and the ideared away Beatty and smoke Heath were dead. The uffair aroused tho community nnd these women, unattended by male escorts, came to Frankfort and viitc'd Gov. McCrcary In the parly were Mrs. A. B. Mas-seMrs. J. A. Mann, Mr. J. L. Mrs. Abner G. Jones. MoKedwiue. Mrs. M. M. Uhl, Mrs. W. S. Phillip-ii- i. Mrs. Robert Iwis. Mrs. J. W. Sloan. Mrs. M. W. Duncan. Mrs. E. B. Nosh, nnd Miss Stella Lewis. wd-mcu v. PROHIBITION SPARKS There nro a great mnny tempor- nnce peoplo who want every one else to stop drinking but themselves. A good church member told mo that Prohibition wns right, that he wns for it, and just lis soon ns there is a chance to win he would vott thnt way. How can we afford to make such n great sacrifice J A preacher told me ho voted the Prohibition ticket for 20 years. I asked him why he quit. He said because it did not seem to be making much progiess. The Christian religion did not make much progress for several, hundred years. Wouldn t he have mndo a "dandy" yes u "Jim dnndv" martyr in the days of Paul . .and Silas? A tiolitic.nl boss once snid "I would rather have one saloon active ly ot work for me than all the Proqressivcs Last on Ballot churches in town." iranktort, Ky.. uei. iu. ine If it is right to license, millionaire Progressive party must take last brewers and distillers to mnke intox place on the official ballot, bein; icating liquors, is it wrong to bell chronologically the youngest of the mid dunk it f six, necording to the decision of We do not license men to make of Slate Crccelius, announced counterfeit money nnd thev have lo today. The order of the ticket on cal option elections to decide wheth the ballot will be democratic. Re er it shall be passed in one county publican, Socialist, Social, Prohibit and not iu another. It is prououuc The Progresion nnd Progressive. ed un evil and is prohibition in both sive party emblem is the bend of .state and nation. Roosevelt wearing a Rough Rider If those iu Lincoln county who hat. voted dry lost Febnimy uld vote The law fixes the positions of for the Prohibition paity candidate Democratic and Itepublican tickets whore would the three license party on the ballot by providing (hat the candidates be? But instead a large pally casting the largest vote in tin majority of them nre going to cast preceding election shall be first a ballot so much like the brewers, oil the baljot, and the party casting distillers, saloon keepers and bootnext to the largest vote shall bo leggers that the Angels could not second. The positions of the other tell one from tho other. Somebody were left to tho discretion of the is going to be fooled. It will not be Secretary of State. A. W. CARPENTER (Advertisement)" , See-rota- ry . l.--Jt Nunnclley's Stock Yards, which is so splendidly onuippod to take cre of the droves which are now comfluc to Stanford for sale each month. Most cer tiling offered was quickly snapped up as there seems fo bo plenty of fall grass, and the feeders are looking for stuff to carry over. Prices ranged from 3 to 0 cents, according to tlie grade of stuff offered. October court is always Mule Colt day, and it is well named. There were fully 300 of the young hybrids here, and nearly all of them sold, J. E. Kern, of Scrnnton, Pa., was here after any sort offered and bought nbout forty or fifty nt from flO to flOO. Other buyers got nearly nil they wanted: Older mules were nlso actively in demand, and in fnct it was a busy day for all sorts and condition of farmers, and the merchants in town nil did a rushing business. Details of all the the sales that could possibly be secured will be given in the I. J.'s farm and stock news department iu Friday's issue. This being the last court day before the blcction, of course much interest centered in the presidential contest, and comment . and conjecture of all sorts wus heard during; the day. Judge Snmuel M. Wilson, of Lexington, delivered a splendid address "t the court house at half past ono o'clock in the afteraoon on behalf of the democratic ticket. He was heard by a well filled house, a most representative audience, which. indicated the lively interest dem ocrats are taking in this contest. for it is generally a mighty hard matter to get a good crowd to a speaking on nu October court day. Congressman Harvey Helm introduced Judge Wilson, with a few well chosen remarks iu the course of which he took occasion to express his grntitudo to the loyal democrats of Lincoln county for the splendid majority they lind given hini in the primnry contest Inst August. Judge Wilson is ono of the ablest and most competent speakers in tho tutc ond he made u grand argument for democracy, nnd pleased all who heard him. He warned democrats not to heeomo indifferent and think that Woodrow Wilson is going to win anyway and will not need their voTes. Everyone should co to. the polls, and make sure that his majority is nsurcd. Plans ore being made by County Chairman SlcCurty for speaking all over the county the last two weeks before the o'ection. with a final wind-u- p iu n big rally here the Saturday before election day. "i . 1 ill il PUBLIC SALE NO REASON FOR D0UIT Junction City, which is creating the gieatest excitement that has ever been known in the town, is ns fol- A Statement of Facts Backed by a lows : Stromj Guarantee. Miss Georgia Wells 108.550 Miss Luev MeCbrd 180,350 We "unrantee comolete lelief to Miss Annie Atkins 113,050 all sufferers from constipation. In 100,200 overv cose where we fail we will Mis Hnttie Leigh Miss Flora Wilmot 00,700 supply tho medicine fiee. Miss Alum Cosby 81.050 Uexnll Uideilies are a gentle, ef(i0.!)50 fective, dependable and safe bowel Miss Blanch Dunn 00.(100 regulator, Miss Lmirn Kellev streugtheiier anil toinc. Miss Dnnabelle West 115.050 I hey natures functions Miss Susie Roberts 51.750 in a (iiiet, easy way. They do not Miss Irene Lyons 50,800 I'liiuo any inconvenience, grilling or Mis LnVinia 40.300 uuiisen. They tire so pleasnnt to tnke 4(1.000 nnd work so easily that they mnv Mis Alico Durhnni Miss Lula Sewell 40,550 be takeu by nnyono nt any time. Miss Oracle Jef fers 40.200 Thev thoroughly tone up the whole 4(1.450 system to healthy actiuty. Mis Pauline Taylor 3D.D50 Rexnll Orderlies are uitsiimna. Miss Mamie Jones Miss Bessie Wright .15.550 sable mid ideal for the use of chilMis Christine Noska 33.000 dren, old folks nnd delicnte pcr-on- s. Mi Dora MeAnclv 30.500 We ciinnot too highly recommend 30.400 them to all sufferers from any form Miss Marv Beck 28.300 of constitution Mis Annh Pruitt ntul P nttendunt 24,300 evils. Two sixes, 10 and 25 cents. Miss Mnrv Chiikson Mis Elsie AUtott 23,350 Remember, you can obtain Rexall 18,050 Remedies iu this community nnlv nt Miss Graeio Lnwsou Miss Clara Martin 13.800 our store The Rexall Store. Penny's Miss Josie Walker 11.200 Drug Store. Adv. Mis, Elizabeth Carter ." 10.100 Miss Fredia Seltsmnn 10,000 A Bplendid audience promises td Nine more weeks to work nnd re- greet the first Lyceum number on member "The Laborer is Worthy of October 23. Season tickets and his Hire." served seats at Penny's Drum Store. oontet at the Richardson Store, nt NOV. 1, 1012, Will also sell Rome household and kftohen furniture, and "3 . In Diamond Rina Contest of The it small amount of stock. H. MH& W. P. HARRISON, Richardson Store at Junction J.Ufri7t XIUIXM rjjxua 83-The standing in the Diamond Ring T. D. Engish.- Auet. GREAT INTEREST 4 4. '?. Farm Contained 60 Acres 5 Miles From Danville, on Stanford Pike HaWng decided to soil my farm which contains CO ncres of fine Blue Gnis,i Lund, which is in n high state of cultivation, nnd which lies about y between Danville nnd Stanford, on one of the best oik in the state, will offer it tp the highest nnd best bidder on. mid-wa- FRIDAY, At 10 li. M- - .... ,,... J. kt .. T J ftw 'w THE INTEmOH JOUWjALtTAHrOWt, KENTUCKY. TUEtQA OCTOBER IWt. HI2 THE INTERIOR JOURNAL. SHKLTON II. BAUFLE- T- .Proprietor Shot to death while out hunting Birds, Rabbits, Etc., Etc. with our shells. Winchester Leaders and Repeaters are the best for f iW nd t"P- - Let us quote you prices en the best shell on the market fl A TEAR BTRICTLT 1A IN ADVANCE ( ni tltit m0 tor PtttUtHt for Ttr Knttrti al portolftt mitttr Stantri t Mf ceived our Fall shoes in Patents, Vicis, Ve have just re- Old I in Age But Modern in Ways DEMOCRATIC TICKET rr For for Far WOODROW W1LSOM. V. I'rit T1108. R. MARSHALL Vtngnit HARVET HELM Vtmlth; AtlyK. V. PURTEAR Circuit J. F. IIOLDAM W. M. FIELDS UaotttraU MaeirtnttU. C. JJEWLAND flr Velvets, GunMetals Etc. We handle the famous May Man-to- n You will find no better in quality and style at right prices. line. i "3 1 1 I -i f t I I SI i $J Am The FinST NATIONAL BANK, of Stanford Is the oldest institution in this section of the state, having been organized March 0, 18.4. A bank t.t have stood the pnnlcs that have occurred in the past 59 years must be all right. This bank today is stronger and better than it ever was. While old in ago it Is modem in methods. Our patrons, and they nre many, will testify to the fact thnt we take care of them in a manner both pleasing nnd cntisfactory. Your patronage is respectfully nsked. Remember cur pledge of courtoous treatment nnd honornblc dealings. Our directory includes some of the most prominent business men nnd fnrmcrs in this section of the county. Try us. H. C. BAUGHMAN, Cartler. J. 8. HOCKER, Pres. W. W. SAUNDERS, tnd. S. T. HARRIS. Vice Pres.. J. R. HARRIS. Bookkeeper. th innonnNDifnti In thli column ar. ol rtndiditn for office, lubjftt to Ibe tloa of No tnnonntrmtcti Dtmocrille primary. will bo mdf, onlfM paid for In adust.: Tfc Political Announcements PENNY'S, The Rexall Store. For Riptntntatirt. UeMULLIX. Far Shirif at. 8. 1IAU01IMAN B. W. OIVEN8 J. O. WEATUKRFORD T. J. HILL County Judft T. A. RICE U. V. NORTH For oflrr PETTO.S 1'ARRIBH OEUROE DEBUKDE DINK FARMER WILLIAM II. HESTER W. A. CARbON For AiNiror P. L. DECK B. M. OWENS R. H. BRONAUOH P. C. BANDIDOE J. H. BOONE W. T. OARNER LAFE MORGAN V1KUIL. lit Hughes, Martin & Co. Stanford, Ky. . Willinm C Lonjj, Gen. Grant's Son for Wilson Underwear Those short sleeve shirts and knee length drawers have done good service and been a comfort during the sweltering summer days, but they must go, now, and in their place we want to furnish the seasonable, sensible things-uni- on suits or separate pieces as you like, ankle and wrist lengths. The time was when Shirts and Drawers of any old make would answer -- buttoday it's the STANDARD perfect, advertised goods that people buy. Here are THREE known the world over and worn in every underwear climate on the globe : MUNSING for cotton and wool- ribbed union suits at $1, $1.50, $2 and $3 the suit. WRIGHTS he greatest wool- fleeced maker of union suits and separate pieces at $2 the suit. RE1SS & CO. who own the pat- ent on Boyal Silk Plush at $3 the suit in union or separate pieces. We alone furnish them here. . Now York, Oct. 11. Jesse R. perty: 1 extra good milk cow. 1 yearling Grnnt was appointed n member of tlie finance committee of tho New calf,, 1 mule colt, 1 horso colt, 4 York Democratic state committee to- fattening hogs, weighing about J0O pounds each, 1 wardrobe, 1 dresser, day. Mr. Grant, who is the son of 3 bedsteads, 2 sets bed springs, 1 President Grant, is one of the most rocking chair, G chairs, 1 sewing enthusiastic supporters of Gov. Wil machine, 1 safe, 1 wrought iron son. "I am going to do all in mv vrnngo, cost $35 and as good ns new; power to bring around, the election a lot of canned fruit and many ctn-c- r of Governor Wilson,'' says Mr. things too numerous to mention. Grant. "1 know of no one better Pearlie Doan equipped to grace the White House views on J. P. Chandler, Auct. than Governor Wilson. His the tariff are appealing to the sensible business men uf the country. I think he is going to receive the great est number of republican votes ever & Honor Roll of Lincoln Democrats giseu t oa Democratic candidate for Z-office. Ho is not only going to draw from IJoosovelt's following (and this may sound like a remarkable stateIn response to tho appeal to pubment,) but he is also going to decrease the ranks of the old time re- lic spirited citizens to publicans until thev will present on with Woodrow Wilson in his intenelection day a mighty weak and tion to accept no money from interests, in the financing battered line. "If Governor Wilson is to lose any of the campaign, the I. J. has openDemocratic votes I have yet to hear ed an Honor Roll of those citizens of tho fact. The independent voter who are willing to assist in the good is in favor of him and in view of iigJit. Checks should be made payall this I do uiot see the slightest able to W. 0. Davis, Trcas., and all chance for nny of the other candi- received will be acknowledged by dates to even give him a close race. the I. J. in these columns and for"In this campaign I am convinced warded to the campaign treasurer. thnt Governor Wilson is going to Contributions so far received nre: gain ground every dav rather than II. C. Carpenter $1.00 lose. My reason for stating this is Shelton Saufley $25.00 that the people arc gecoming better Kendrick Alcorn $5.00 acquainted with him and we are IW. S. Burch 1.00 learning of the earnestness of the x. j. iiiu. Jr. 1.00 man and his high type of citizenship M. P. North 1.00 1 G. B. Cooper and his marvelous personality. 1.00 would not undertake to predict what Jas. P. Bailey 1.00 will be the fate of the Republican W. L. 3IcCarty . 1.00 party after this election, but I am T. N. Aldridge 1.00 convinced that it will never be swal- R. S. Scudder 1.00 lowed up by the followers of Col. C. T. Chatham 1.00 J. R. Powell Koosevelt." 1.00 T. A. Rice 1.00 H. D. Aldridge Breathe Hyomei and End Catarrh 1.00 I. T. 1.00 you really want to get rid of E. C. Moser If 1.00 vile catarrh why not give Booth's G. L. Jordan Penny 1.00 HYOMEI treatment a fair trial. J. II. Engleman, Sr. 1.00 G. L. Penny is authorized to re W. A. Carson 1.00 fund your money if you think you M. S. Baughman 1.00 have not been benefitted, and on that B. W. Givens 1.00 in Stan T. D. Newland basis every catarrh victim 1.00 ford ought to start to banish Catarrh L. R. Hughes 1.00 this very day. J. W. Ireland 1.00 HYOMEI is a soothing, healing J B. Paxtou 2.50 antiseptic air made from Australian W. C. Shanks 1.00 Eucalyptus and other antiseptics; it J. C. Reid 1.00 kills Cntnrrh germs and contains no J. F. Iloldam 1.00 poisonous drugs. Simple' instruc- I. W. Fish, Crab Orchard 1.00 tions for use in each package. Com- C. F. Garnetr. Crab Orchard ..1.00 plete outfit. $1 extra bottle 50. 1.00 Mrs. W. G. Welch self-peeki- W. Landgraf T. W. Pennington I am determined to go to Illinois. II. C. Fnrris W. M. Bright I will on George DcBordc THURSDAY, OCT. 17, T. J. Hill Sr. 1012, nt my residence, known as the Ike Phillips old "Abraham Farm", near Sugar It. M. Newland Grove School House, 2 2 miles of John W. Rout .) Crab Orchard, near the Ottenheim H. II. llronnugh pike, commencing promptly nt 10 A. M. sell the following described pro A Severe Sickness Leaves PUBLIC SALE 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 AT rl & SSA 3n7 H'l H ) 4bbbbbB I 1 w X ml " w . 1.00 $1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 1-- Bv ijL t'Vtr I wWaaaaaaaay, . cfc jr Ll 11 la M 7 BLaMaaaatr lilCv '! s?w9F. The Kidneys Weak from a ecvcic spell of sickness some time ago, I was nil run down nnd suffering from poor blood. I would huv pains in my back nnd hips an my kidney bothered be all the time I started upon tho retaking Swamp-Rocommendation of a friend and found it was just what I needed. My blood became all right and after tnking n few bottles, I was surprised, at the effect it had on my kidneys. They were entirely cured nnd I liuTc much to be ihr.r.k's'. fcr that your great remedy did for me. Yours very truly After" recovering ot W Jli - III W. O. BLACKMON, Phcnix City, Ala. Sworn to nnd subscribed before me, this the 14th day of Julv 1909. W. J. Birs, Justice of tho Peace. Letter Dr. Kilmer to Co. .1 Binnhamton. N. Y. Prove What Swamp Root Will Do For You. Send to Dr. Kilmer & Or., N. Y., for a sample bottle. It will convince anyone. Yon will also rccchc n booklet of valuable information, telling all about the kidneys and bladder. When writing be sure to mention the Stnnford InRegular fifty cent terior Journal. and size bottles for sale at all drug stores. Bing-hamton, one-doll- ar YOUNG MEN! Look at TKis English Style JShQ ! Ones That Are Selling e. Fall and Winter Suitings. nur Fill ted Winter Bamplr. ar. sow rMlr for your IbrwcUob. Tary comprlM tb. bnl oa the market. I c.n nil asyont to price who had hit clothtt ntda te A tnlt Bd. to roor annn ! I rttdr mid. clothrt. To bit. tbm mad. to biubh don't cost nr nor. tha ruadf naad. whta .aalitj tad til it coaild-nti- . Cub. la .id Irt m Uk. year n art. Mr We are showing the above in Blues, Tans, Greys and They are all wool and the New Two-Tonare decidedly "the thing" for Fall. l. Let Um Dress You Once! B. O. RVPLMT, T PnrHfi TmOor American Realty Co. Are offering splendid Bargains in Stock and Grain Farms. Our speeinUles Imuroved ALFALFA also Fruit and Poultrv Forms. Farms. Wo have tho Farms thev all Want, Location, Near Towns, Good Schools ,nnd Churches, fine Climnte; excellent Water. Send for Lists, Then See for Yourself. 304-- 0 Surety Bld'b, Muskogee. Okla. Sam Robinson J.L.Beazley &Co CLOAKS We have just received a complete line of Ladies', Misses' and Children's Cloaks. H. J.STANFORD, KENTUCKY McROBERTS j UNDERTAKERS AND DEALALSO ER IN FURNITURE, MAT TINGS, RUQS. THEY WILL EXCHANGE FURNITURE FOR ALL KINDS OF STOCK. GIVE THEM A CALL. PRICE The Farmer's Friends r" j W. E. PERKINS SPECIAL EXCURSION DON'T LET THE FUMES OF BURNING MONEY SPOIL THE PLEASURE OF THE RIDE. THE ECONOMICAL FORD WILL TAKE YOU THERE AT MINIMUM COST. AND ITS PURCHASE PRICE PUNCTURE POCKET BOOK .BEYOND REPAIR. Runabout Touring Car Town Car $525 00 WON'T YOUR Crab Orchard, Ky J W WdJir - Superior and Peoria Grain Drills Call and see the new stock CINCINNATI AND RETURN Sunday, October an, j 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 experiment Buy our roal paints and 6ave yourself 'disappefintment and money as well. I. A. ALLEN. MtJifarlKy. wo W.H.Higgins Stanford, Ky. UMIIIWI These now prices, f. o. b. Detroit.with all equip ment. An early order will mean an early deliv ery. Get full particulars from $1.50 Trli Runa1 $1.SO Rcunsl Trip W. E. GLOVER, Stanford, Ky. SPECIAL TRAIN Lvt. JUNCTION CITY 5:35 a.m. ASK TICKET AGENTS FOR PARTICULARS. ,,t.i Mmm 'jfcv,, W "f ' v' ":""V,'"i &' ' v r " - v v THE STANFORD INTEHIOW JOURNAL, tTANFOBD, KENTUCKY TUESDAY. OCTOIEW 15th. 1812 M Jist ANNOUNCEMENT Opeied Oi aid Niw Ready for Fall Trade. $4 to $10.60 S3 tB $7.50 $1-5- Big stock Ladies' Coals from MixFcs Coats from ar to $3 Children's Conts from and Trimmed Hats. Ladles' rUady-te-We$1.50 to from Good larqalns and Latest Styles Men's Suits at Prices Yeu Can Not teat and Values You Can from $5 t $12.50 Not Duplicate $4-5- 0 Full line of Underwear for Men, Women and Children. Men's and Boys' Caps. Shoes of all sizes and kinds at prices lower than the lowest. Giyc us a call and look through our stock WE CAN PLEASE YOU Yours for business Mr. James Turner is traveling for the Cumhcrlnnd Grocery Co. Will Severance has been confined tn his bed several days with n slight indisposition. Mr. T. .1. Hill and Miss Lena Palmer, were the guests of Miss Terry nt Paint Lick, Sunday. Mr. '.. Murphy, who hns been nt Pnnnmn Cnnnl is nt home to see his parents, Mr. nnd Mrs. Murphy. Mrs. J. C. Lynn has returned homo from FTunkfort, where she hns been with her husband, who hns been sick. Mr. and Mrs. Joseph II. McAlistcl Jr., nre receiving congratulation! upon tlio arrival of n little datable! In their )nme. Mrs. S. P. Stucky, of Louisville, is the guest of her mother. Mrs. Murphy who has been sick for several days. Mrs. Simpson Klkin, of Atlanta On'., who wna the guest of her sister Mrs. Charlotte Warren returned home the first of the week. Messrs. If. D. Hreek, of Richmond nnd K. I). Pickett, of Mnysville, were the guests of Mrs. W. A. Tribblc Sunday Mrs. Will Dall and bnbv. of Lancaster, who have been here visiting Mrs. H. C. Campbell .returned iome Mondny. Stop That Itch! ! ctconat. I wlil tufn( ton la ito Ut Itch la two No rmily Hint I hnvn rvrr noM for Eczemn, Poiinal. and all other iIImiwh of the kln hoa Riven mora thorough ratlnfactlon 9. i. 1. Prescrf ptiM for Ecze-- u this laruarantea Shunars remedy. & than tho The Toughest Animal in Captivity IS THE SMALL BOY and he must have Clothing that will hold him We believe 'we have just the thing be needs The first thing he needs is LION UNION SUITS; also vests and pants. Suits25cand50c They are made as well as human hands can make them. Bear Skin Hose, another necessary garment, extra heavy and cost only 15c. per pair. A TIGER SWEATER also necessary for cool days; most practical garment made, price 50c to $1.00. RHINOCEROS SHOES is the Shoe for the Boys. We have them in Black and Tan, high top and low top. Material the best, workmanship first-clasthe cost per pair $1.25 to $3. s, fl Tanner. Stopher, of Dnnville, visited the former's parents Mr. nnd Mrs. k Kelley Sunday. Miss Louise Tucker hns returned from a visit to friends and relatives Kcn-dric-- ill Crreeiisbtllg. SHORT LOCAL NEWS or three nice rooms for rent. Mrs. Eva Hoffman. Two 81-2- p. I half .sole men's ladies' and children' shoes. lime a workman nt my shop to 83-2- ter Onen Wednesday Kith. Dex Dallou. well loFor Rent. Storeroom cated; low rent; for information call nt this office. 80-t- f. J. Thos. Cherry, Crab Orchard, Ky Personal and Social. Money to Loan. From $1,000 to Mrs. Craft, of London, stopped over here between trains Mondny on $2.i,000, nt n per cent, with good her way home. She had leen in rcnl estate security. E. D. PenningDnnville the guest of Mrs. George ton, Stanford, Ky. 78-8- p. Milium. in Lnn- - I'rof. J. W. Ireland was caster Saturday. r is nlilc to be Dr. .1. O. Cnrix-ntcout ngnin nftcr nn illness of several weeks. Mm Almn Riec nud Itcid Haggard of Iticiimoiiil, me tlm clients of Miss Mancie Wnre nt McKinney. Mr. Joseph Hopper enme ui from Danville Saturday ami stayed until Monday with hi tiarcnts, Mr. and Mr. Ueorgo Hopper. Mrs. J. F. Cummins nnd niece. Ida l'ettus wero tho guests of Miss Kdna Saturday and Hire nt Itichmom! Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. John Oaks and ehildren of Lancastur. visited her Reynolds and fam-ilfather, Mr. J. y. Mri. S. C. lackey nnd daughter, of Iliirrodbunr, are the guests u Mr. J. C. Hnilev nnd family nt Crnb Orchard. is Mnry Wison, who Miss tcaehiiig iehool at Rowland spent Sunday with relatives and friends at Crab Orchard. Mrs. John Meier, hns returned from n vif.it to Mr. nnd Mrs. John Meier nt Highland, Ky. Danvillo Meh-Cllg- Mrs. John Knsleman nnd son. JniiWrt and Mi-- n Mnrv Clark F.ngle-maspent the of llrnddoek. X. day with Mr. Jack Adams nnd family at LancnMor, Snturdnv. n, 4 l, Messrs I). S. I'iekotU of Mays-vill- e, and I). II. Ilreck, of Richmond, went miosis of Judge and Mrs. W. A. Tnbblc Smidny. Mr. W. J.Montgomcry nnd daughter, Mies Myrtle, of near McKinney, have jitnt returned from a few days vi-- it to hi; daughter, Mrs. J. L. Mas-it- y at Buuuu Vista, and several other points. Mr. S. A. Phillips, ivlm hns been nssiNtnnt cashier, of the State Hank and Trut Co., for two years left Saturday for Lexington, where he hns accepted n plncc in the. Hank of Kentucky, as assistant cashier. Emanuel Reynolds and si.stajrs, Miss Lelur and llerthn, of Lang-fornud Mr. Ilticli Coffey, Misses Katie nnd Jnuiu l'nrsons and Miss Maude Reynolds, of Wildic. have been the guests of Miss ltettie and I'olly Reynold. Mr. and Mr. Joseph Snllee, of llnrrodsburi'. Dr. and Mrs. J. M. Owens, of Louisville, Mrs. Manic v Tyree and lit (to gon, of Hnlriuli, N. C. nnd C H. Owens of SomcrMtt. attended the burial of Mrs. William McKinney in Buffalo cemetery Sunday ntfernoon. Itev. D. M. Walker. Mr. and Mrs. C. K. Tate, Miss Pauline Ilocket went to Louisville Monday to attend the, National Convention of the Christian church. Mesdnines Drown. Marv Craig, W. P. Orimes. L. D. Cook. W. A. Triliblc. J. (1. Carpenter. J. C. Etibanks went Tuesday. d, ia Mrs. Joseph McAlisler, of Mississippi, who wns visiting relatives in the city last week, was entertained by Mr.' nnd .Mrs. 0. O. Holm, with a beautiful dinner party Friday evening. The guests, who arc former friends of .Mrs. MeAliter. were Mr. and Mrs. S. P. Stngg. Mrs. Lalla Foster Ford, Miss I Initio Ford, Mr. nnd Mrs. Foster Helm nnd Mr. Joseph White, of Pnnnmn. Lexington Herald. Junction Citv. Mrs. W. A. Reynolds has returned from n visit to .her father, Mr. F. It. Dnvis in Lexington. She also did some shopping. Miss Georgia Wells is visiting Miss Helen F.iriek in Middlesbroo. She will return home by way of Corbin, where she will visit her sister. Mrs. W. II. Cnskey. The Itoynl Amusement Co., will hold a street fair in this place, beginning Oct. 21. Hon. J. W. Dinsuiore, of DeTcn. spoke to the Dull Moose followers in this city the evening of the 0th. and Tho ladies of the Caldwell Purksville Dnptist churches and of the same church here gave n shower to Rev. and Mrs. Hoy V. Chapin '1 hiirsiiny Many useful afternoon. nnd handsome presents were given this newly wedded couple. Prof. Jno. W. Ruwlings, of Dnnville, visited the school nt this place Thursday afternoon. Mrs. Pleasant Tucker, of Pnrks-villvisited her sister, Mrs. II. W. Durham, Thursday. Miss Margaret llnys, of Mitchells-burwas a recent guest of Miss Lucy Ilunkla. Mr. nnd Mts. Mack Daucom nnd little daughter arc visiting his parents at Fulton. Dr. Anderson, of Dnrbourville. has rented the entire lower flo'or of the house belonging to Mrs. John F. ltouton nnd will shortly move nn. Mrs. Jeff Rout nnd Mrs. Cash, of Turnersville, visited Mrs. John F. Routon ou Thursday. Mr. E. H. Sweeney, is in Louisville, in consultation with a physic-ine, g, n. For Sale. House nnd lot in Morclnnd; all necessary outbuildings plnce well watered, cistern nt door, p Mrs. Addie Jcr.nings.Moreland. 75-8- For Sale Rhode Islanl Red hens nt 75c nnd SOc; also White Guineas nt $1 npiecc. One good bone cutter and one vegetable cutter nt $3. Mrs. W. J. Edtiiistoti, Crab Orchard. 748 I havo opened up a cleaning establishment in the room next to Carter's stable. Your trade solicited. Frank Hubble 81-- 4. Severance & Son. W99m99m99999999999Mmmmmmmmtmmmmmmm I have bought of Jesse Sweeney his livery stable and am prepared You can cover five counties comto care for your stock. Call on me pletely by advertising your sale in it. when in Lancaster. J. T. Rancy. Mr. Major Estes, of Waynesburg, Someone took my overcoat from Heazlcy's stable on court day, who wns here to court Monday pre plcae return it. W. D. Burton, Lan- sented Mr. Cicero Reynolds with a three-poun- d green bass, that was caster, Ky. caught in Green river. It was cer Rev. J. T. Chastecn hns been call- tainly some fish. ed as pnstor of Blue Lick Bnptist Rev. J. B. Jones returned this church nnd is acting ns missionary Preaching first week from a visit to relatives in Okfor the church. lahoma, and will preach at the BapSabbath in each month. tist church Sunday. Several desirable homes and Ed C. Gaines, the popular insurbuilding lots in Stanford for sale. 83-ance man of Lancaster, was here Apply to Hnrvcy Helm. Monday advertising his big annual corn show which he will hold on Nov. All having claims ngninst the of Curtis Govcr, deceased will 2oth, court day in Lancaster pleae piesent them promptly provFor Sale. 1,000 bushels of strip en to the undersigned.' Those indebted to him will please promptly ped blue grass seed. Extra quality. in 50 bushel lots settle same. Mrs. Maggie Gover, SO cents per Must be taken this month. II. C. Adrax. or W. S. Burcli, Stanford. 83-Bright, Danville, Ky. I wi-- h to recommend the Great When you have a bad cold you Eastern C'nsunlty Sick and Accident Co., represented by T. D. Rnney want the best medicine obtainable nt Stanford, Ky., to your readers so ns to cuTe it with as little delay for protection; who promptly paid us possible- - Here is a druggist's my claim uu.-on my fo.UO policy, opinion: "I have sold Chamberfor 4 weeks' spell of typhoid fever. lain's Cough Remedy for fifteen I think it the best protection anyyears," says Enos Lollnr, of Saraone can get for the money. Lee Roy toga, 2nd., "and consider it the best Fcnwesk, Lebanon, Ky. 83-- 1 Adv. on the market." For sale by Q. L. Penny. Riley Barlow, a irrominent young mnn of Morclnnd and a son of John Wanted. A good cow, cither Jer Barlow, left last week to join the sey or llolstem, witn or witnout regular army. calf, giving not less than four gal lons of milk per day, sound gentle "JhOiiuuV Rug Tim Minstrels nnd all right. JoTin Coulter, Middle-bur81-and Plantation Show is exhibiting Ky. on tho old Carpenter Hotel lot on Dejmt street three nights this week, You want the best policy when Monday Tuesday nnd Wednesday vou insure, see Fish & Bromley, nights. From here it goes to Lan- Stanford, Ky. insure everythlnq. caster. The show is a rattling good tent show nnd is drawing big crowds The mnn who borrowed my rain coat at the Stanford fair is requestEvery stock buyer in Lincoln nnd ed to send it home. My name is most of them in tho surrounding written in ink in tho back. R. S. counties rends the Interior Journnl. Scuddcr, McKinney, t. 3. cs-tn- to bu-h0. g, 2. 7G-2- FIRE INSURANCE mmd SURETY BONDS 4VTANFORB, E. D. Pennington, Catnity Stirvayar General Farm Surveying 52-6!- K.M.NEWLAHI) KY. n Phone 172, Stanford, fy. Lincoln County Naltional Bank Corner Next to Courthouse. Stanford Ky Capital $100,000 Surplus DIRECTORS $100,100 Who Direct the Manaqement of this Bank. Geo. W. Carter. Stanford. W. M. Bright, Stanford. W. D. Edmiston, Crab Orchard S. J. Embry, Jr., Stanford. Lilburn Oooch, Stanford. R. L. Hubble. Lancaster. W. II. Cummins, Prcachersville. W. M. Matheny, Stanford. A. T. Xunnelley, Stanford. J. B. Paston Stanford. J. W. Rochester, Stanford. W. II. Shnnks, Stanford. W. O. Walker, Stanford. T. C. Rankin, Lancaster. Jno. N. Menefee. Sr., SLinford. vO?tt4Z to Fifty Are Much Benefited by Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound. From Forty-Fiv-e I Father Tho "change, of life " is a most critical iwriod in n woman's existence, nnd tlio anxiety felt by women ns it draws near is not without reason. When her system is in a deranged condition, sho may Ikj predisposed to niKiploxy, or congestion of sotno organ. At this time, nlso, cancers and tumors arc mora liablo to form nnd begin their destructive work. Such warning symptoms as Kcnso of sutrocation, hot Hashes, lieadachcs, backaches, dread of impending evil, timidity, sounds in tho cars, palpitation of tho heart, sparks licforo tho eyes, D Dr. nnd Mrs. O. Wl Settle have moved into tho McCollura Hotel for iiie winter months. Miss Dessie Wright is visitir- - her in grandmother, Mrs. Hundley, Louisville. Mrs. William Trosper left for Corbin Saturday, where she is visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Xor-Vel- l. Her father hns been seriously A party of ladies and arntlemen from Stanford passed tliTOugh here Saturday on their way to tho knob to find chestnuts. Miss Lain May ITnvs, o Mitehelis-liur- e, camo up Sundav to teach the school at the German settlement for Miss Dessie Durham, who is taken n vacation. Prof. J. L. Chambers, of Kcnsec. Kv.. has been selected to tnke charge of the Public School here to fill tho place mnde vacant by Prof. Gibson, who hns resigned. Mr. James D. Shelby motored to Lexington Friday to hold a consultation with the architect who hns ehnrco of the new home being built by Mr. Shelby. Prof. J. L. Chambers visited hi mother nt Hiehmond over Sunday. Dr. J. P. Green, of Mt. Vernon, visited his family Sunday nnd Mondny. Mrs. Mary E. Hankln nnd daughter, Miss Lucy, visited the former's mother. Mrs. Elizabeth Drown nt Pnrksville. Sunday. Mr. D. K. Johnson, of the German settlement, hns on display nt the storo of Heynolds & Evnns a twin apple having twin stems which grew into each other. This is remarkable from the fact that it bIiows thnt divorces do not go in the npplo famwell-enriie- il Shoes For Mother J Daughter Son SHOES for the whole family in the Fall Styles and New Shapes, in all kinds and grades of leather. ill. TTIaEstclla Gillisplc ONE CASE OUT OP MANY TO PKOVE OUK CLAIMS. St. Anne, I1L J ap-ivti- te SHE GAVE UP ALL HOPE ftysklans Failed Te Help Mrs. Green, But She Finally Feund Relief in CirAii. For 'and surveying call on M. C. Newlnnd, Route 1, Stanford, Ky. or phono him nt 30 W. Crab Orchard. 8TTt or Ohio Ott or Totrpa. f f Ll'Cit Ooistt. Fium J. Chimt imIm rath that le b ivnlot nrlarr ot the firm el K. J. cmvtt A Co.. dome buslunv a the Cltr ol Totalo. CvuDty and sute iforrukl. arid thiu ukl Ann will pjr tbe lum of UM. UU.MWbl) IKILLAHS lor HCD IM rtKy raw ot CATARRH that cannot te curfU by Ibc ue ol IIALL CilAtWI Cl'tC Fit ASIC J. C1IC.NTV. Svoro to txfor me and aubarrlDM la my protnre. Ula (lb day ot December. A. l.. IkH. I A. W. OLCiSOJ. i irregularities, constipation, vari-abl- e appetite, weakness and inquiotude, nnd dizziness, arc promptly heeded by intelligent women who are approaching tho period in life when woman's great change may bo exacted. These symptoms are calls from nature for help. Tho nerves nro crying out for assistance and tho cry should be heeded in time. Lydia K. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound is prepared to meet the needs of women's system at this trying period of her life. It invigorates and strengthens the female organism and builds up the weakened nervous system. It has carried many women safely through this crisis. 1 saw your advertisement ina paper and took Lydia E. Ycgetahlo Compound, and I was helped from the first. At tho end of two months tho swelling had gone- down, I was relieved of pain, and could walk with easo. I continued with the medicine and now I do almost all my housework. I know your medicine lias saved me from the grave and I am willing for you to publish anything I write to you, for tho good of others." Mrs. 44 Pink-ham- 's - times my feet nnd limbs were swollen. I was inegulurandhad so much backnche and headache, was nervous, irritable nnd was despondent. Sometimes my was good but more often it was not. .My kidneys troubled mo at times and I could walk only a short distance. through tho change of life nnd I was a porfect wreck from feuiulo troubles. I had a displacement nnd bearing down pains, weak fainting spells, dizziness, then numb und cold feelings. Some- "I wns passing Gel Ready for winter while you can find what you want. Box EsTKI.LA (ilLMSI'lK. H.F.D. No. 4, 'M, tit. Aiuie, Illinois. of the Masons hero who could leave their business Mopdny nfter-noo- n attended the funeral and burial of the late Henry Snndifer in Dnnville Monday. Mrs. Charles Lyons is visiting her husband at Brodhead this week. Misses Laura Kelley and Bessie ily. All I Koiitr PVMIC. Heetze, V. Mrs. J. C. Green of this I IlaU'a Catarrh Cure la taken Internally aod acta place, sayi: "I suffered with womanly dlrretly upon tne blood and muroua eurtacea of toe troubles eo that I could hardly sit up. ITltrm. bend fur testimonial, free. F. J. CHENEY A CO., Toledo. O Two of the best doctors In our town Sold br all Drutcbta. 7Se. treated me, and I tried different medilake llall'i lamilv Itila for raoftlpatlon. cines, until I gave up all hope ot ever getting well. living For Sale. Store-rooOne day, I decided to try eome Car-du- t. It did bo much for me that I rooms; small stock; fine locntion. 83-lordered aome more, and It cured met Addles this office. Today, i reel aa well as I ever did la my lire. , Profitable Pie Suoper The palm and the trouble are all A pio supper given at Watts chap-pe- ll person In tone. I feel like another school liv Mrs. C. L. Gooch, on every way. I wish every sufferer could know what Cardut will do for alck Columbus night, Oct 21, was quite a Moro than two hundred success women." A few dosta ot Cardut at the right people were present, and tho pies time, will save many a big doctor bill, alone brought $10,05, by preventing serious sickness. It tones up the nervous system, and helps make pale cheeks fresh and rosy. Thousands ot weak women have beea Your City Taxes Are Due restored to health and happiness by Six per cent will be added using Cardut. Suppose you try It. Nov. 1st. Office next door It may be Just the nfedlclne you need. to new Stato Bank. N. B.Wrifto: ltin' AJvltmy Dtpt.. putt B. D. CARTER, 80-tVooct Medicine Co , Chattanoof a, Tenn., for Srtrial book, "Home Treatateal butructumi. and f weana," (tat la plala raapar, aa reoueat. p. 3t e t (UMMiNS & ZEAREN Stanford, Kentucky Home of All-Wo- ol Clothes. r '?v y v" -- ! THE INTERIOR JOURNAL. STANFORD. KENTUCKY TUESDAY. OCTOBER IGth. I9I2 PUBLIC SALE OF For acres Farm Lands, Live Stock, Crops, Etc. WE WILL SELL AT PUBLIC OUTCRY ON Wednesday, Oct. 30, 12 RFRINNING 208 ACRES CONSISTING OF AT 10 O'CLOCK A. M.. OUR FARM LAND. A LOT OF GOOD STOCK. OF AND QTHER PROPERTY. Rent. My fnnn of 230 acres for corn, 30 for wheat or oats, CO acres in meadow, Also has Rood bnlnnco in grass. dwelling house, barn nnd nil Tor further information address Mrs. Geo. Locnn, Stanford, Ky West Main street. 74tf For Sale -- Near Stanford, well improved 200 aero blue crass farm, good two story houso hi? stock barn with silo, plenty of everlasting spring water. For furthor informa tiou see nnd write Adolph VonQruc- niunn, Stanford or Fred VonAllman, 34 nnd Bank street, Louisville, Ivy 33 Call For Stock Law Election Fine Blue Grass Farm Atl;30 o'clock, Tuesday, Oct: 29, Public SalePublic Sale of of Fine Farms, Live Stock, &c. I will sell at public outcry on Tuesday, Oct. 22, 1912 Horses, Mules and Cows I will offer to the hinhest bidder my farm, contalnina 260 acres by survey, located on waters of Hnnqina Fork, lust I mile north of McKIn-nc4 miles east of Hustonvillc. on Q. &. C. railroad. I mile from depot This farm Is considered one of the best farms In Lincoln county. Grows wheat, corn. oats, hemp and tobacco as, much per acre as any farm In the county, dwclllna house of 12 rooms, all out buildinqs necessary, two larnc stock barns, one 12 acre tobacco uarn. All under aood fence and well watered. One of the best sprintk in the county. Lots of never fail-In- q water. Dwclllnq house nicely arranged for two families. At the same time I will sdi The VVarJIelu. on of the finest trcttlna Stallions in Kentucky. His colts can be seen at the sale to show for themselves. cnncts. cattle, Will also srll ail my fine brood marcs, ucldinas. cows and calves, farminq Implements, crop, etc All small araln has been sown: 70 acres wheat up nicely, timothy sown: can qivc possession January I. 1913. TERMS made known on day ol sale. y, "rps 1-- The Farm: fnrm locnted 2 mile west of. Hustonvillc, on Urnilfonlsville turnpike. This fnrm lins one tendwelling house nnd one ant house, both in pood repair. Also 2 iu'uiirw Imrns vrliich will hold 23 nrrcs )f pood tobneco, one stock bnrnnnd nil other necessary This lnnd is rich, well watered, lies perfectly for successful ciiltivntion, in fino neighborhood convenient to churches nnd excellent school. wishing to look nt this Anyone farm can find me in Ilustonvillo or my son on snid farm, or can phone me nnd I will meet them nt train at Morcland. Horses: One saddle bred chestnut sorrel mare. It en. No. 5823; has .record ns Kreat show mare, breedin" show premiums in colts that hare won home of best stakes; in foal now to All Peavine. 1 Mack mare, bred to Jack. 1 snddlc bred bay horse, Otic saddlo bred bay horse by Ches. l'cnvine, subject to resistrntion. 1 wennling colt, by Dienrtv Dare. 1 sorrel mnre, bred to jnck. 1 brown asarc, bred to jack. 1 family mnre. bred to horse. Kcldinc, trottimr bred. 1 1 sorrel ycnrlinc Rcldintr, by All Pea-vin- e. 1 ld Kcj;. No. 4170. 1 3 suckling 1 filly colt, by All Peaine. inulo colts; 2 yearling mules. pair work mules; 1 Tnttle: Jersey milk cow; 3 Jer weanling stcor i sey heifers; mule. 1 It Crops. Etc. M 1.9 ininrpst iii 13 acres of fine tobneco; a lot of loose nnd bal ed linv. A lot of corn in shock; some fodder; implements nnd house hold coods too numerous to mention. Terms Easy. rtll rinlrnQ. o Innfo Iiroo.1 sows nnd some shonts A few choice ewes nnd one buck. Josiah Bishop & Son. HUSTONVILLE. KENTUCKY. CAPT. T. D. ENGLISH. AUCT. FARM AND STOCK NEWS For Sal- e- One 13 inch Ohio fod-dcutter with 14 foot carrier in good condition. II. C. Anderson. A yearling male calf en mo to our pasturo about ten days ago, owner can get same by paving for this notice nnd his keep. Duke & Fish, 82-Crab Orchard. For Sale. Nine Yearling mules, also 8 weanling mule colts. D. M. Anderson, It. D. 4, Stanford. For Ilont. 20 acres of wheat land. M. B. Lytle, Phone 1G0 Y. or 3. 83-4- p. 78-8- For Sale. Fine mule iack. This jack is in a class by himself as a mule jack. You will hnvo to sec this jack nnd his colts to appreciate him. lie must be sold by Nov. 15 ns I will leave, for tho south after that lime. Turner's colts have sold this season at $130, in 1910 several sold nt the Brodhead fair for $125. B. B. King 83-Motrin ml, Ky. 5, PUBLIC SALE Saturday. October. 18. 1912 llnving rented ray farm for the year 1913, I will, on the nbove date at my i evidence 2 mile from offer for snle my personal proDorty consisting of: House and lot in Middleburg . A. Itiggins propknown ns the ty, 5 head of horses, 4 bend of el mules, 3 head of cattle, nbout 700 bale of hay, 2 stacks loose liny, 150 barrels corn, 15 shocks cane. Cement tiling machine, 2 horse wngon. Buck-boarPhaeton, Short, shaft cart, Kock Island hay loader, lot of other fanning implements. Household nnd kitchen furniture. Snle hour 10 n. m. Terms reasonable nnd mnde known on day of sale. J. w. niaaiNS. Middleburg. Ky. 82-Henrv Thomas, Auctioneer. g. d, 2. 0 Tor Sale. Aberdeen Angus cattle both sexes; mules from colts to four year olds; thoroughbred boars ready for service. It. II. Crow, Shelby City, Ky, Ky., phone 8 two rings, Junction Es. f. Advertise your sale in the- I. J. More farmers read it than any other country paper in the state For Kent. My farm of 120 acres on Hanging Fork. Mrs. Jessie Stngg, Stanford. 78. For Sale. House and two acres of land. 4 2 miles from Stanford on Ilustonvillo pike, house: Kood barn and other outbuidings; lasting spring on placo; fruit ever trees and fine garden. G. E. Lutes. 79-Stanford. CO-t1-8. soon y T bu can w P ulI - Affi W Til iL" ifjqu that landmoney save your HELP THOSE WHO HELP THEMSELVfs. WE It will be easy to purchase that land, house or farm you have been thlnklna about. If you open an account at this bank, and show us that you are able to handle yourself and your finances We will help you. Come In and tak it over. STATE BANK & TRUST CO., Capital $50,000. w. C. M. Regular term Lincoln county court, held August 12th, 1U12. lion Jnmes P. Bailey, Judge, presiding. Tho petition of E. J. Tanner and others was this day Tiled in open court, and is now noted of record, praying for a submission of the question whether cnttto generally shall be jxrmitti-- to tun at ime uu tho public highways nnd uuoncloscd lands of Ilustonvillo Magisterial District No. 4. of Lincoln county, Kentucky. It appearing from a consideration of said petition thnt It has been signed by more tliun twenty legnl voters who reside in and arc electors in said Ilustonvillo Magisterial Dis trict. No. 4, that at the time tho petitions deposited with tho county court, a sum of money suffiiceut in the judgment of the court to defruy the expenses of said election; that by nil order of the Fiscal court of Lincoln county now in force tho magisterial district is fixed as the unit in such elections in Lincoln county; that it is more than sixty days until the next regular election to bo held in said district, the court is of the opinion nnd orders nnd adjudges thnt the petitioners arc entitled to hnve the prayer of the petition granted, which is done, and nn election js hereby ordered to be held on the 5th dny of Novembtr 1912, tho regulnr day, in the four voting precincts of Hustonvillc Magisterial District. No. 4 of Lincoln county, Kentucky, for the purpose of nsscrthining the will of the voters of said district, upon the will of the question whether or not thoy wish cattle generally to run at large on the public highways and unenclosed lands of Hustonvillc Magisterial District No. 4, of Lincoln county, Kentucky, nnd for tho purposo of holding this election for said Magisterial District arc directed to open a poll on the date above named in each of the four voting precincts, embraced in said Magisterial District, nnraclv Hustonvillc voting precincts Nos. 1, 2, 3, nnd 4. Tho clerk of the Lincoln county court is directed to cause to be printed on the ballots to be used in this election the question "Are jou in favor of making it unlawful for cattle generally to run ut large on the public highways and unenclosed lauds of Hustonvillc magisterial district No. 4, of Lincoln county t" Notice of this election must be published twenty days beforehand in the Stanford Interior Journal, the only newspaper published in Lincoln county, which notico must apnenr Hi at least four issues of said newspaper. This election shall bo held by, und polls thereof compared and the results announced in the maimer, at the tinle, and by the persons authorized to hold elections and compare tho polls and declare the results in elections held for county officers, und the result shall be s'read upon the records of this court at its next regular term after the result is declared. Tho clerk of the Lincoln county court, the Sheriff of Lincoln, and the officers of the election in the overn1 voting places embraced in Ilustonvillo Magisterial district No. 4, of Lincoln county, Kentucky, are directed to do and perforin all of the respective duties of them by the laws of this Commonwealth in ad vertising and conducting said election, in the preparation and preservation of tho ballots and in can vassing and certifying tho result of tho vote, and it is directed that said election bo held in all respects ns required by Inw governing such eloctions nnd tho general election law in so far as ib applies to this churactcr of election. Attest O. B. Cooper, Clerk, Lin coln county court. Iu ohedienco to tho foregoing or der of the Lincoln county court, uu election will bo held in tho four voting prceinc.'s of Ilustonvillo Magisterial Diatrict No. 4, of Lincoln County on the 5th day of November 1912. in all respects as -- escribed jn said order, lor the purpose of ascertaining tho will of the voters of Hustonvillc Magisterial District, No. 4, of Lincoln county upon tho question whether or not they wish cnt-tl- o ceuernllv to run nt laigo on the public highwnvs and unenclosed lands of said Ilustonvillo Mngistor-iDistrict No. 4. O. B. COOPER, Clerk, W. L. McCnity, Sheriff 70-nl 4. S. M. Owens, Col. J. P. Chandler, McKinney, Ky. Auctioneer. Farm Live Stock, Crop, Stock of Goods, Etc. I will sell at public outcry on Friday, October 25, 1912 -2 Sale PublicGrass of Fine Blue at door. -2 -4 Ocqlnnlnn nt 10 o'clock A. M. my hrce farms In Lincoln county Kv a lot of extra qood 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 tho Hustonvllle and Stanford turnpike, 7 miles from Stanford, 2 miles from McKinney. 2 from Hustonvllle and Mnreland There are In all. nbout 300 seres. approximately, divided about thusly: 50 acres In one; about 100 In the second and nbout 145 In the third. Each place has n qood dwellinq house and all necessary outbuildinqs: is well watered; In fine condition and in hiqh 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 qlven January I, 1913. I also have two tracts of the best sort of Knob Land td sell at the same time; about 39 acres In each tract; n qood dwellinq house on each. This land raises qood tobacco and other crops. Will also offer a couple of nice town lots In McKinney. FLOUR MILL I will also otrer 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 of brood marcs, mules horses, cattle, hoqs and sheep; all in flood shape and first class condition I will also offer for sale about 1.000 bales of qood hay, CROP and 500 hales of straw. Will have for sale a lot of farminq Implements In qood shape and a flood 30 horse power Quick automobile. BANK STOCK. Will offer 12 shares of stock In the National Bank of Hustonvillc; 25 shares of stock of the McKinney Deposit Bank and 3 shares of stock In the Danville Fair. Terms made known on day of sale Dinner on the qround. Sale will be held, rain or shine: under qood cover if rainy. Parties desirinq to see land, stock, etc., can phone me at Hustonvllle and I will meet them at any train. con-slstl- nq J. S. MURPHY, The Wide-Awak- e Capt. T D. English. Auctioneer. """'" People ARE LOOKING FOR SOMETHING WE HAVE IT IN LADIES' COAT SUITS. AND Beqinninq at 9:30 o'clock A. M.. on my farm. 3 miles from Hustonvillc. Ky., on the Libertv Pike, the following described property: Two tracts of land. Tract No. I, contains 52 acres, frontlnq on dwellinq the Liberty Pike, in hiqh state of cultivation, has new and new store house, barns and all necessary outbuildinos: well of fine MISSES' COATS AND L I,. water am, SO COME AND TAKE A LOOK. trail Orcliaril, ky. acres, fronts on county road. mile Tract No. 2 contains 61 farm, in hiqh state of cultivation: has from pike: this is a first-clanecessary dwellinq. stock barn. 7 acre tobacco barn, all and everlastino water. These 2 tracts of land adioln. and will be sold separated, and as a whole, and best hid acecpted. At same time and place will sell the following personal property: A small stock of qoods. all new and clean: 2 nalrs extra qoo(i work mules: I combined mare. 4 vears old: I qond family mare. 9 years old: I hunnv mare. 6 years old: I horse mule colt: I filly colt: I aood work horse: 5 qood milk cows. 20 750 pound steers. 25 cows, calves and heifers. 13 fine meat hons. sow and piqs. 200 stock ewes, about 700 bales of clean timothy hay. 200 bales of straw. 125 shocks of fodder. 25 shocks interest In 4 acres of tobacco, all kinds of cane. 100 barrels of corn. of farmino implements Includinq waqons. buaqies, cultivators, harrows, harness and other thinos too numerous to mention. Anyone desirinq to examine any of this property before dav of sale, will call en me at mv residence at Hustonvillc Ky.. or can nhone On came dav. at same nlacc. J. me at my residence for information. P. Gadberrv will Sell his household and kitchen furniture. Dinner for all on around. TERMS MADE KNOWN ON DAY OF SALE. ss -2 ALCORN We have another shipment ot Alcorn, Price $2 per 100 lbs while the supply lasts. Do not overlook sloppinu; your hogs on shipsiufl. J3cst and most economical iced to start your feeders on. Price $2(5.00 per ton. Emmett McCormick, HUSTONVILLE. KY. 550.00 TO $100.00 A. MONTH IKE DUNN. AUCT. Masons' Meeting Kor your spare time Kiperience not needed. Want an acthe man in thli locality. To Introduce us to your friends. We pay largest cash benefits when sick. Injured, No. 80, P A A. M, mrttt la Lincoln Lod tsttd communication on tscb tint sad laird Uondsy nights of csch mosth, st 7 o'clock la their hill on llsln ttrtet. Stanford, Ky Men bers of (liter lodjn fraternally Inrltcd to U present. II. O. Carpenter, Brcrrtsrr. J. H. Baughman & Co. Phone 1 1 Stanford, Kentucky. 1 and at death, for smallest cost. and CashBonus offer to first applicant from this place. Write quick: for particulars. THE 835. Covlnaton. Ky. $25.00 In Guid Given Away Posted Hunting Forbidden. Rir-nn- .l It. M. Newland, tho Life uinl Fire Insurance aent here, will kivo u tobacco show on tho 2nd Monday in December, court dav. Prizes as Follows: $15 in jjold for tho btvst six hands o 1n;s to weigh not less than four pounds. $7.rd for tho second best. $'.r)0 fur the third best. No tritnh leaf or red sonsiidorcd. A. Kiup. Danville, Ky., J mine. Talk with mo about your firo nnd lifo insurance. It. M. NHWLAXD. 80-t- f. or fishinjr upon our premises: s We. whose names nre loW. DOSitiVulv forllLl nnv tnintinn li. When you want first-clas- s W. b Scmotna. VYm. J. Herfc. Q. Baumann. Chns. VonOrueniKnii. T. Willson. I'd Gooch. Lttti-Tnra V. M. Allen. Ktl llalhird. J. H. Car- ler, .loiui M. tttrter. P.l FIELD SEEDS and at right prices, call on TREES!! Fruit and Ornamental Shrubs. Ahiiaruu'iio. Ithubarb. Peonies, Hose-.- , Phlox, etc. ,, Agents. Growers of What wo f.oll. I'rce Catalogue II. F. IIIU.KNWIKYF.H & Lexington, Ky. SON'S. T. D. NEWLAND, opposite Court House HERE'STHEHOG Your House Needs Step off and take a look at your home, Doesn't It need painting? Now Is the time to have It done. Paint before the winter rain and snow begins to fly. Hanna's Green Seal, the made to wear paints .are the right kind to use. Formula with every can. For Sale by G. D. PRUITT. More-lan- d. Ky., and L. L. SANDERS. Crab Orchard. Ky. J. C. fa atississt ftJLjt . McClary u niTMnrirrrtiTiMr iTi f3 H. B. Northcott Dealer In wsv! UNDERTAKER STANFORD AND Poultry, Eggs, Produce, Salt, 3. EMBALMIR Surplus $500 J, D. EADS, J. S. RICE, V. Stanford, Ky. Pro. L Mccarty, l. PENNY, V. IALIN, Pres. I. Pro. CmM. S. AL1ERT PHILLIPS, Here is a woman who speaks from personal knowledge and long experience, viz j Mrs. P. H. Brogun. 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 sate by O. L. Penny. OOURBOK REMEDY CO., Lexington, Ky. Rnclosed Sod photo of hoar that was cared of cholera with your Bourbon Hoc Clwlera Rtm. dr. This bog was almost dead belors ualng the medicine, and then was entirely cured, except loss of ears, tall. etc. The hog Is owned by Ut. tiklles Kwlng. t( Howling Green, Ky. He will ba glad to pv you loatlinnitUI, and wo can get several more It you want them. JENKINS-SUBLETT DRUO CO Howling areeu.Ky. Office Phone 167. KENTUCKY. Home Phone Lime & Cement PHONE 153. CONCRETING .. j. ... i.i- i. .. iutiiiun id ai an Klaus 01 con si lllock Work, i'srrmrols. sad la lad, ws tan oak ajijthlnr from a bouts svr pricca "" .v ru.. pup,, van inu Uloir jrou Lujr jrour malrrlal at Uavt. , . ... in tucb mtlnf,st. . Ask Your Otuf (lit tor It. Shuaars & Tanner Stanford. . si Stanford, Ky. Ky PHILLIPS BROS., Stanford, Ky. V.'