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Interior journal (Stanford, Ky. : 1912): October 22, 1912 Interior journal (Stanford, Ky. : 1912) 300dpi TIFF G4 page images Shelton M. Saufley Stanford, KY 1912 int1912102201_sn85052023 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Interior journal (Stanford, Ky. : 1912): October 22, 1912 Interior journal (Stanford, Ky. : 1912) Shelton M. Saufley Stanford, KY 1912 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. TOW 9t' ttj 'X7' "W 'Wvwr The Interior Journal. FOUNDED 1800. G3D YEAR. NO. 8.'.. ed upon STANFORD, LINCOLN COUNTY, KENTUCKY. TUESDAY, OCTOBER 22 1912. TUESDAYS AND FRIDAYS " with fincere applause nnd was one of tho most brilliant of his Turn Out In Large Numbers To Hear Democratic Speeches career as his reception here had givhim an inspiration." Farmer Covernw Given MainWcent en By far tho best crowd that has Reception When He Speaks In greeted a public speaker in McKin-no- y Crap Shooters Caught Danville for WHstn In years gathered ohcrc Monday Night Policomnn John Mecks roid-o- d Brcck-inridg- n night evening to hear Hon. Henry n crap gomo Into Friday and Hon Oscnr Letcher, who Tlio vnlinnl democracy o Boyle and caught Bote Craig, Sandy Cook tho interrounty which suffered tlio humilia- nnd Jim Bniighmnn, colored, nnd are stumping tho state in tion of seeing its chosen representat- n white Itoy nnined Jones. Tho ne- est of tho democratic ticket. And ive- bctruy it, when Lillnrd voted groes wcro tried in Judge Men- right well wns tho nudienco paid for for Urnillcy, was pledged to rectify ifee's court Monday morning nnd its coining. Mr. Breckinridge- spoko the wrong then done, by Col. Robert Craig and Cook wcro flno $20 ench, first nud for nu hour held the rpt 0. Evans, on Inst Saturday, when ho while Bnughmnu was acquitted, it attention of his hearers with on nnd instructive discussion introuccd former Gotcrnor J. C. W. developing thnt he was merely mi onnudicnco which tax- looker. Jones has not yet been tried. of the tariff and its evils. Mr. Beckham to nu Breckinridge is nu cuincst and coned the capacity of tho courthouse. vincing Speaker, and ho guvo his Oov. Beckham was there, speaking DEFEATED IS TO 0 hearers something to think about. mi Iwlmlf nf Uia nutiuuul democratic Mr. Letcher was next itroduecd ticket, and Col. Evans in introducing High School Football Team Beaten by W. S. Burch and immediately occasion to pledge him, took a happy By Deaf Boys School News launched into a summary of tho pohim that the democracy of Uoylo litical situation ns portrayed by Mr. found voting solidly for him will bo I fltv Jniiu'S Cooncr.) Taft and Mr. Rooscvet, saying that in for the nomination for senator llii'li Kuhnnl team Tin. KlMiiCont van making the primary next year. Col. Evans' plaed its second game of tho eea-- 1 Hint the charge each against the other were, no doubt, of the distineloquent introduction with the cloven from tho School well founded, us a very close guished nud bclocd lender, was as sou tho for Denf of Dantillo on Friday had heretofore existed follows : afternoon nnd Stanford was defeat-- 1 between the two men. lie is some"Tho highest and noblest feeing ed by n score of 18 to 0. The gnmo thing of an orator, tells n joke well planted by Ood in the human henrt was n rather rough one from stnrt nnd has the happy faculty of pleasIt is the founiin-lio- n in that of justice. to finish. Tho denf boys have an ex- ing nil who hear him. on which nro huilded all govcellent tenm this senson, nnd while pink of conernments which live. It is the foun- tho homo boys nro sady crippled by, Democrncy isin the dition et cry where, the speakers dedation on which is builded etory tho absence from tho line-u- p of n. clared, nnd they nro confident thnt which lenrns its duty well tho best men of tho past' the election of Wilson nnd Mnrhn1l world to ripen number of and which helps the seasons, still they put up n good of majority if for higher an better things. It is hard game. Eifeh member of the lo- is only a question only go to the tho democrats will inspiring behind the the forco cal ole'veu played well, considering' polls on election day. thought : S. the few games nnd little prnctico in-- 1 Campaign "Then on, then on where'duty leads dulgc in this year, and nearly all of. M. Precinct who presidedChnirman and worked Owens, still.1 My course be ouwurd tho local boys are playing their first1 up tho big meeting, says that nil the "But when justice is half wntteu time in the line-uot prominent democrats of his section The liuo-u- p into tho stututo books, or half tho two elevens was as follows: will be iu Stanford for the closing or trampled upon and strang- S. II. S. S. for D. rullv on the afternoon of Nov. 2. position led by Prnctoreun guurds, then does Woods McGnrrignl left end the government, however, ancient, T. Coleman M ycrs left tackle Lost in Stanford court day my nnd however glorious tottor to its II Davis ) Wilder black, unfinished worsted overcoat; left guard greatness nnd its glory fall nnd its Dyer made by Levy Bros., Clothing Co. of center Grimes live only on the pages of history. Myers Rochester, N. right gunrd Mobley . Silk throughout "Governments too often fail to right tackle Leitchfleld and lapels faced with silk. .$10 reJ. Hill cerproperly reward or remember Dcdmiin ward for return to W.11. Burton, Ilix-ko- r light end tain of their servants who have ren- S. Hill 8.1-- 3 Turner Lancnster, Ky., quarterback-heroic service, who dered bravo and Queen left half ('. Coleman nnvo been conspicuous in deeds nnd II. Farmer Meumer A Severe Sickness Leaves full hack efforts, which resulted in planting Touchdowns were made by Turner The Kidneys Weak above their country or their stntc nnd McGnrrigal in the first quarter After recovering from a severe cro to sklec forever. llaUU wl.'.ch and by Leitchfleld in the third quar- spell of sickness some timo ago, I By this indifference many patriots ter. No gonl was kicked. was all run down and suffering from and heroes sleep in unknown or forThe Graded school football team blood. I would hnv pains in gotten graves. And jet they lite. plnjed Danville's public school tenm poor back nud hips an my kidneys my erip-jil- c "That gut eminent walks u last Saturday on tho C. I', grounds bothered bo all tho timo I started which allows the man who has upon the ro- lit Dantillo; at least, Hint was the taking Swump-Rodone tho Mate u great bertice to fail team they went .iter there to piny, commendntion of a friend nud found of his ruttnrd. The man who has had but before the game was .iter, rath- it was just what I needed. My tho peculiar courage to bratcly er than be beaten, Danville put in Mood became all right and after taking a. few bottles, I was surprisfetnud out and light a wrong is the even some of the C. I', men. With ed at tho effect it had on my kid real btntesiimn, is tins muii whose sich a line-u- p ugaiiist them, tho neys. They were entirely cured nnd Jiamo bhould be u household word graded school boys put up a remarkI have much to bo thankful for and help to keep the Hies burning on ably good game, but let, 13 tO0. your great remedy did for me. that of every home. tho altars Alf of the Snunford team had never lours very truly "Theie is no tirtue ho truly great prncticed together, and if they get W. 0. BLACKM0N, us justice, nnd Kenand God-lik- o Phcnix City, Ala. out nud work this week, they are tucky, bo brave and true in all else, Sworn to and before sine to bent them over here this me. Uiis 1ho 11th subscribed will not he is not lucking in this day of Jnlv 1909. Ench one plajed coming Saturday. W. J. Birs, Justice of tho Peace. great virtue. n clean game and it was very inter-estin- t; I "To the southwest of the green from stmt to finish. With Letter to plains tluif girdlo the rock of Snltz-bur- g "Hughe"' along ns chaperon, every, Dr. Kilmer & Co. the valley point the peasants ot thing went oft all light. Tho line-u- p Blnqhamton, N. Y. out to the trutelor n spot far up was as follows: among its liinestouo crag, and tell Stanford Dnutillc Prove What Swamp Root Will Do position Bnrlmiossu lies liiia that within Itugcl For You. C. Yonnrucnigun lefi cud amid his knights in an cuclmiitcd W. Mobley Send to Dr. Kilmer & Co., Williams left tacklo uleep, waiting tlio hour wheu tho N. Y., for a snmple bottle. Huriuoii left guaid E. (livens shall cease to hover round tho 11. Wilkinson King It will convinco anyone. You will center peifk, uud tho pour tree ngniu blos- C. Cooper Vouch also receive, n booklet of valunblo light gun id information, telling all about the som in tho valley to descend nnd J. Iku.U-Barks kidneys light t.K'MO and bladder. When writing bring back to Germany tho gulden I'. Brown Jeuu be sure to mention the Stanford Inright end age of peace and strength nud uuity. II. Shanks Scntn terior Journal. quarterback Regular fifty cent "Just so, in our own fair nnd be- W. Carson Rogers and left! half size bottles for snle loved slnlv. How olteii in tho un- J. T. EmboDunn at all drug stores. light holf happy days which have followed li. Powell Frank full hack inee the rnpo of u United States To The Farmers. Suintorsliip in the old Mntchouse at YOU TAKE NO RISK Our Annual Corn show will bo . .Frankfort, when Boyle county's Nov. 30. 1912. All entries must bo Boyle, county's oiicied promise, Our Reputation and Money Is Back iu by Nov. 20th 1912. whistled Boyle count 's honor were We will give to the owner of the Of This Offer 'rflown tho wind u prey to fortune, eu host snmple of white corn "..'iO 2nd more were made the bedraggled Wo pay for all the medicine used best 5, to the best sample of yellow We will give u premium of companion of tieason how olten, duiig the trial, if our remedy fails aiiico those unhappy days, have tto to relict e, yuu of consti- fo to the one entering the best sin-irl- e In all classes ear of of Boyle county sighed for. tho day pation. We tako all tho lisk. You except t)ie white corn. contest, single cats must when justice should awaken from nro not obligated to us iu any way samples. Very have twelvo Jicr long tleep and her shield should uhaletcr, if .ton accept one offer. truly. STATEears as & TIH'ST CO. BANK ho brought back and hung nluft Could niiythiug bo more fair to jou? .ngniu, as of old, in tho midst of the Is there any leason why you should PUBLIC SALE ump, bearing the blight and shin- l'csituio to iut our claims to artunl I will offer my fnim for sale coning md glorious words: test I sisting of 50 ucies on the Green riv" 'Fair play has eotne home. Tho Tho most Fcientillc, coinmoii-neiis- o er 2 -t in'ilos east of McKinney on light ticutment is Rexull Oi del lies which tho Jumbo pike on square deal stands waiting to pride and Thursday. Nov. 14. 1912 ii wioiiL'. Kentucky's lire eaten like cund.t. They aie tcry This faun is level and under good honor, Bojlo county's promise nnd pronounced, gentle uud plcnsuut in manhood nro redeemed redeemed, action, nud puiticulnil.t ngioeuble in fences. Good for corn nnd grass. 10 timber for justice has awakened, Bcckhain eterv way. They do not cause di of acics of fine acres ofland, 5, ueie pnsttuc, the meadow, 1(1 has enmo into his own and Uoylo nt ihoea. nausea, llatulcucc, griping icmuiiidcT for com. county pledges him, ubovo any nud or any inconvenience whatoter. Ilex-a- ll A new house, barn 32x10 all, her loyal and undivided supOideilies are paiticularly gmd smokv house of two rooms, hiunrv port." for childien, aged and delicate per- house uud wood shed, tenant house The Advocnlq said: "Col. Evans' sons. of four rooms. Will also sell household and speech was received with tremenWe urge you to try IIomiII Order fumituie, which is now, all of dous npphiiibo, tho sentiment of lies at our risk. Two sires, lOo uud which appealed to tho btcrling dem- 21)0. Remember, you can get Rexull my stock, a sow and grist mill nnd uud n vacant lot nt ocrats of Bojlo county, which stands Remedies in this community only at lumbor, cropsand other things too McKinney, loady to make reputation to Gov. our stoie The Rexull Stoie, Pen- - numerous to mention. Beckham and to reclaim its good nyVDrug Stoie, Stanford. This farm is on the best road iu nume. More people than tho court Lincoln county, rural nia.il, telehouse could nccommodate greeted . Tho Current Events Club will phone close to school and church. Gov. Beckham when he uroso to moot with Mrs. on . O. Withers, John NeweH. Hustofiville .speak, n lnrge number being turned Thursday afternoon at :30 o'clock, 81-7It. F. D. No. 1 Box 108. jiway. Gov. Beckham then launch OYLE TO IECKHAM ML R. 8. EVANS PLEDGES hit speech, which was M'KINNEY VOTERS FINA RALLY Of Campaign to be Held Here For Democracy on Nov. 2. ' vhnt-ucto- r for-cotte- n, County Campaign Chairman W. L. McCnrty has been advised by Stnto Campaign Chairman Camden that Saturday, November 2, has been set npnrt by the State Campaign for tho final rallying of tho democratic hosts in Kentucky trior to tho decisive bnttlc on November Cth. In the county scat of etcry county in tho stato at 2 o'clock that afternoon there will bo ouo or more speeches delivered iu tho interest of the national democratic ticket and the congressitfnnl nominees. Chnirman McCnrty has been not- iflt ihnt n faiwnL'pr nf rppofriu7Pil ability will be sent to Stanford on that dutc and ho is mnking every effort to mnko this n memorable day for democrncy. In addition to tho speaker yet to be nnined, tho best local talent will" be heard and every thing points to n gala day for democracy on Saturday afternoon, Iu tho meantime every Nov. 2d. point in the county will be thorough ly ennvnssed nnd the voters kept constantly in touch with tlic spenk-r- s' bureau, so that they may be advised of the situation politically nnd otherwise, not only locally but in the nation. Each issue of the I. J. will contain i list of the speaking uppoint-K.cn- ls for the county ns they nre nn- nnm-pc- l bv Clinirinnu McCarty. AH of them will take place between now nnd Nov. 2d, when the finishing touches so fnr ns Lincoln county is concerned will he inndo by the ns seinbling of the democratic hosts at the courthouse for n general love feast and flow of democratic oratory. Let every democrat attend and see thnt his neighbor docs likeCom-mitt- Death of Mrs. Alma Jones Mrs. Alma Jones, relict of Russell Jones, died at her homo near Millcdgcvillo Wednesday night of troubles incident to advanced age. Sovcrnl years ago her husband passed into the Great Beyond and sinco then Mrs. Jones hnd steadily declined. She wns 83 years of ago nnd is survived by the following children: John nud William Jones, of this county, and Mrs. Wilbur G'oode, of Tennessee. Deceased wns n consistent member of the Moro-Inn- d Christian church. After services at that place on Friday afternoon nt two o'clock, tho remains were brought hero and consigned to her lasting resting pluco iu Buffalo Springs Cemetery. PITCHED BATTLE FOUGHT OVER IN PULASKI When Relatives Try to Take Alleged Murderer Away From Chief Of Police Henry Waddle wise. Repd Huahes. Martin & Co.'s advertisement and see how much vou can save with vour cash dollars. Cone Tarklngton The wedding of Miss Ethel Cone to Mr. Irvine B. Turkingtou wns solemnize at tho Methodist parsnnnpp iu Dnutillc Inst Wednesday, iu the presence of n small number of relatives and friends, Rev. W. O. Sadler oincintmg. ine unae is ino onij child of Mr. nmV Mrs. N. J. Cone, of Morclnnd. She wore a Handsome brown suit nnd hat to match, in which she wns very dimming. She if n beautiful young lady of lovely and raro accomplishpersonality ments. She graduated two years ago from Caldwell Collego in Danville. Tlio groom is the sou of Mr. ond Mrs. J. M. Taikington. of Bo.tle, nnd is n splendid young fanner. Immediately after tho wedding, they loft for Chattanooga nnd other points of interest. They will be nt home nfter the first of November nt Conetole Stock Fnnn, near More-lanThey have the hearty emigrate ulnlions of many friends for every hnppiucss. d. - ot Bing-hninto- n, ra-te- HIGH-0-M- E r one-doll- ar way to protho famous Canounce HYOMEI, tarrh remedy made from Australian Eucalyptus and other antiseptics Just brentho it. IT BANISHES CA TARRH. G. L. Penny is nuthorize to refund purchase price to any Complete customer. dissatisfied outfit, $1; extra bottle, 50c. That's tho proper vic-io- ry $25.00 In Sold Given Awav R. M. Nowland, the Life and Fire Insurance agent here, will give a tobacco show on the 2nd Monday in December, court day. Prizes as Follows: $15 in cold for the best six hands of lugs to weigh not less than four pounds. $7.50 for tho second best. $2.50 for tho third best. No trash leaf or red sonsidcrcd. A. W. King. Danville, Ky., Judge. Talk with mo about your fire and life insurance. It. M. NEWLAND. SO-tf. l- Somerset, Ky., Oct. 20 A regular running pitched bnttlo between Chief of Police II. G. Waddle, of Somerset, und two .deputies on the ono side, and a number of relatives of James Phelps, a prisoner oscurrcd n lion t 10 o'clock this morning, 12 miles enst of Somerset, in Pulaski county. Chiof Wnddlo thinks ono man was killed or at lest badly wounded, ns ho saw him fall nfter ho fired and during the exchnngo )f shots bet fen the chief uud Mi Negro Raised a Check deputies nnd the relatives, who wero Alex Grigsby, a negro, living on trjing to rescue the prisoner from Hie Knob Lick pike, raised n check the officers. P. L. Beck hod given him in It is chnrged thnt Phelps some payment for labor on his farm last months ago shot and killed Riley week. Mr. Beck came into town n Price, who was ono of the most few dnys Inter and nscertnined prominent teachers in the county, whnt the negro hnd ono and imme- nnd who hnd served a term ns assesdiately swore out n warrant for his sor of Pulaski county, as the latter arrest. Deputy Sheriff Embry was riding horseback on his way to tho negro and he is now reg- his school. The killing took place istered at Jailer Dink Farmer's. His in a secluded spot, where the road trial has been set for Thursday of skirted n clump of bushes ind the this week. weapon was a shotgun loaded with buckshot. To The Teachers Phelps left tho country nt the I nm in receipt of n letter from time, it is alleged and had not boeu State Superintendent Hnmlctt, stat- heard of. A reword was offered by ing the Gotcrnor has bet apart Wed- Gov. McCreary for his arrest. Chief nesday, November 13 ns Arbor Day. Waddle got news of .the fnct that iutcndeiit desires that all teachers Phelps had been seen around his old schools observe, this day by appro- home place and he left for there priate exercises. The State Super- this morning, nnd found him at home intendent desire thnt nl the teachers in company with some others. Tho officers took him by surprise report to me the number of trees planted on the school grounds nlid and arrested him. He asked perthat I report to him the snme.Lct mission to telephone his sweetheart us sec thnt Lincoln county be saying he would come to Somerset Garland to jail with them. He evidently in this work. Singleton. Superintendent. gnve warning for they had not gotten far with their prisoner until a To Lecture at Crab Orchard number of relntives and friends ovProf. Wm. M. Martin will lecture ertook the officers nnd demanded school binding thnt the prisoner be release. nl the Crab Chief Waddlo says the firing beFriday night, Oct. 25th on Jnpnn; Her Attitude Toward the United gan nfter one of the men hnd adStntes. The proceeds will go for the ministered n hard kick to him and benefit ot the Domestic Science de- that n volley of shots was fired, 'tho partment. An admission of ten and officers then proceeded with the prisoner toward Somerset and stopped twenty cents will be charged. for lunch several miles from the .1 The Ladies Aid Society of the scene of the first trouble, nnd here Sn,ri1nv they received n telephone message hll,. ..n fteI.nool, Ilt o.ao ; tho lcPturc of from a friend, warning them to hur-l- y y meetin; has the church. The on ns a crowd was on their trail been postponed. , to retake the prisoner from them. The Baptist Woman's Missionary Chief Waddle says they had not Society will have an open session nt gone far when they were ngain overthe parsonage Friday eteniug, Oct. taken nnd another pitehct battle oc25th, at 7:30 o'clock. curred, nnd it wns in this fight ho saw one of the men fall, nnd he thinks no was killed, while he believes sovcrnl others were wounded. Honor Roll of None of the officers was wounded. Lincoln Democrats They arrived at Somerset with tho nrisoner nnd placed him in jail Tho only stntcment the prisoner imnde with refeience to the killing of Prico Iu response to tho appeal to pub wns (hat he had to do it. lie spirited citizens to with ttoodrow Wilson in his uiten The Lancaster High school foottion to accept no money from selfseeking interests, in the financing ball tenm phy re next Friday. of tho campaign, the I. J. has openSET OF TEA SPOONS ed nu Honor Roll of thoso citizens who arc willing to assist in the good fight. Checks should bo made pay- Offered by The Richardson Store able to W. O. Davis, Treas., and all As Extra Prize in Big Contest icceited will bo acknowledged by tho I. J. in those columns and forTho standing of the contestants warded to tho campaign treasurer. iu tho big Diamond Ring contest of Contributions so far received are: tho Richaidson Store, at J miction II. C. Carpenter $1.00 City, at the last count was us folSheltou buuflcy $25.00 lows. Kendrick Alcorn $5.00 ....234,250 W. S. Burch ... . 1.00 Miss Lucy McCord . ...,223,200 T. J. Hill, Jr. :. . 1.00 Miss Georgia Wells M. F. North . . . ....131,530 ..1.00 Miss Huttie Xeigh . G. B. Cooper . 1.00 Miss Annie Atkiu . . ....119,200 Jns. P. Bailey . 1.00 Miss Flora Minor . .' ....112,505 W. L. McCaity . 1.00 Miss Ainu Cosby . . ....101,200 N. Aldridge T. . 1.00 79,300 Miss Laura Kelly . . It. S. Scudder . 1.00 77,500 C. T. Chatham . . 1.00 Miss Blanche Dunn 77,050 J. R. Powell .. . 1.00 Miss Douabelle West 50,450 T. A. Rice 1.00 Miss Susie Roberts II. D. Aldridgo 1.00 Miss Iieuc Lvous 55,700 I. T. Moser 1.00 Miss Lulu So well 52,200 E. C. Joidan 1.00 Miss Alice Duihani 51,!00 G. L Penny 1.00 50,800 Lavcuin McGratv 1.00 Miss J. II. Englcmnu, Sr. 40,200 Miss Grace Jeffries W. A. Carson 1.00 42,400 M. S. Rniiuhuinu , , . 1.00 .Mis's Mamie Junes Ort-Jiarr,,-afinn ,... 1 nil-da- 0$00&0&&8$ 0 h-- TKpl , .... ....... ... B. Givcns T. D. Newlnud L. 11. Hughes Farm Contalnlna 60 Acres 5 Miles J ,V" ,1Ire'""l From Danville, on Stanford Pike PUBLIC SALE sell my farm which contnins Q0 acres of fine Blue Gras.1 Laud, which is in u liiuh stnto Ilu'ing decided to kit.-ch- 1 p. of cultivation, und which lies about between Dauvillo and Stnn-forou ouo of the best nik - iu tho stnto. will offer it to tho highest nud best bidder on. FRIDAY, NOV. 1, 1912, At 10 A. M. Will also sell some household nnd kitchen furniture, nnd u small amount of btock. MRS. W. P. HARRISON, MRS. ID3TTIE E. EADS. 83-T. D. Engish. 'Auct. inid-tvtiy d, 4. (. Kp:.i J. F. lloldam I. W. Fish, Ciab Oichard C. F. Garnett, Crub Orchard Mrs. W. G. Welch W. Laudgraf T. W. Pennington i W.C. Shanks .... ..1.00 Miss Gracio tawson 1.00 Miss PuuliiTf-Tnyh- ji1.00 Mis., Christine Noska 1.00 Miss Bessio Wright .V20, Miss Mary Beck T'no Mis Dora McAnely inn MUs Annuh Piuilt r"r.v Clarkson 1.00 Mi- 1.00 Misjj Elsie Alstott -- 40,150 41,000 380,50 30,85 30.POO 2,0o 2.,40 23,000 19,450 13,800 11,200 10,100 10,000 II. C. . M. Karris Brialit Georuo DoBordo T. J. Hill Sr. Ike Phillips R. M. Nowland John W. Rout R. II. Rronnuch Virgil MeMulliu , ........ 1.00 1.00 1.00 , 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 $1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 Ms Miss Claru Maitin . Miss Josie Walker .. Miss F.lirabeth Cash i Freda Scltsiner We will give one set of silt or ten spoons to ench gill for every 50,000 votes polled between now nud Nov. 9th, ut 10 P. M. Wo will nlso givo one set of the same spoons to each 25 in tho customer who spends i.ext 30 dnys. USL. vv- . J4 'A THCII HK&I& r b. - The ft Interior Journal Ptoprlttof IN ADVANC1 T SUnftrt M Mf THIS LADY'S GOTO Mrs. Shot to death while out hunting Birds, Rabbits, Etc., Etc. with our sheik. Winchester Leaders and Repeaters re the best for field and trap. Let us quote you prices en the best shell en the market SHILTOS U. BACfLKY. A TKAR STRICTLY APPETITE Knltni at ( potttU nt tU$t mtt mttttt DEMOCRATIC lamem In a Utter Ttm MMle. TcRs lltw Stie Gained It At Cost MemUyf BEGINNING will mH Oct 21rt, Mtir Mobile, Ala. MI .offered for mt ttf PntUtnt WOODROW WIL80M. Fttn, with womanly trouble," writes n. Marshall r,r r. Mrs. Sigurd Hansen In a letter from Vtntrut BARTET HXUf tali city. "I felt weak and always had V. FORTEAR T,t Vtmllk'0 AttrX. a headache and wai alwari going to P. 1I0LDAM F.r CXmrfc the doctor. At last I was operated on, Ttt MiflttnttW. M. FIELDS tad felt better, but soon I bad ths For Mtgxttritt at U. NtWLAND sasae trouble. My husband asked me to trr CardoL vtrucsi wiwiinWwwii I felt better after the fint bottle, and Ta anacmattintnu In thlt column ara el sleep tandidtua (or oHU. nbjttt to th attloa of bow, X bare a good appetite and So annennnnuBK la Dtmocrall primary. welt. I feet fine, aad the doctor tells will M Bad, anltti paid for la adTaacti sue I sxa looking better than he erer For RirrtntHrt. V1KOIL MeMULLIM. sew Be." Tor Bktrif It you are sick aad miserable, and at. B. BAUOUMAN B. W. 0IVEN8 after from any of the pains das t WEATHERFORD t. O. T. 1. HILL womanly trouble try Cardul. Cntity Juigt Cardnl la auccsssful because It is T. A. KICK composed of ingredients that fcayewfc at. r. mmrii Tor JtiUr found to act curatlvtly oa the womanPETTUN PAKRI8M TICKET rr rrttinos. ant. stock of Dry NtM, Shoes, Etc., at lMliit cMt This Nettling season's newest goexle. reserved. We need tke money aad mean business. This is the best rt unity you will ever Rave te save money. Strictly a cash nrennsitien. Goods charged will be seldatthe regular price en-po- Gd, :::::::: Mrn in It ' Hughes, Martin & Co. Stanford. Ky. Old OEOKOE DINK WILLIAM W. A. DEBORDK FARMER CARSON II. 1IE8TIR PENNY'S,' L The Rexall Store. P. L. BECK B. at. OWE.Nd R. H. BHO.NAUOH P. U. 8ANDIOQE J. IL BOONE W. T. OAKNER LAFE MORGAN Ff iuunr Ttnn.. oof a M!klnCo.. Jntlruftum$, and c kok. Horn TrMtmaaa ar Woawa." Mat la pUln wrarfr. oo mtMM. ly constitution. For more than fifty rears, It has been need by women of all ages, with great success. Try It Tour drugglit sells It m. H.B. WriUta: Umt' A4twry Dm- for Spttial ChatuiMOfa, in Age lint Ways JVIerVsH? gentleman's apparel is the hat he wears. Its quality, style andfitness Never is measured by evIn ery one he meets and talks to. We All show some twenty The Years The first thing you notice of a remembered nt nil, as the man who was as docile in war as he was savUnited States Senator Heyburn, age in peace. of Idaho, known nil over the south t as the man who tried to revive the Arabia nniraoMties that iverc buried with Mrs. Kate Smith hns returned the surrender of Lee nearly 50 years home from n vi-- It to her daughters ego, died at Washington City, Inst at Ludlow and Erlanger. week of heart trouble. A few years Mr. Perry Trimble, who has been ago, during a discussion on the floor pick, is improving nicely. of the senate, this maii went out of Mr. Tnrnson Martin, after sevhis way to abuse the sacred memory eral days' illness, is able to go back of Jefferson Davis, when a measure to his work. Mr. Hen Martin and wife are nt was being debated, nncnt the merits of those Confederate heroes whose the bedside of his sister, Mrs. Dink statues were to be placed in the Hall Farmer at Stnnford. Mr. Green Keid, of Illinois, is the of Fame. Ileybnrn's strictures on the South were very properly ignor- guest of his sister, Mrs. John Loed, even by his brethren of the Xorth gan who is sick. Mrs. Malinda Adams is able to be and he will, at least, so far as southern people are concerned, pass into be out again after several days that oblivion from which he sprang, his memory nnwept, his deeds Your cash will qo a lona wavs at and the words of his slan derous tongue unsung. He will go Huqhes, Martin & Co.'s. Everything down in history, if perchance he is at cost. ed William C. Lone;, of courteous treatment and honorable dealings. Our director includes foidc of the most prominent business men and farmers in this sccticn of the county. Try us. H. C. IAUGHMAN, Cathltr. J. S. HOCKER. Pres. W. W. SAUNDERS. Ind. S. T. HARRIS. Vice Pres.. J. R. HARRIS. BoekkeeBtr. The FIRST NATIONAL BANK, of Stanford is the oldest instU ttition in this section of the stale, having been organized March 0, 1854. A bank to hare stood the panics that hare occurred in the past 68 years roust bo all right. This bank today is stroneer and better than it over was. Wliilo old in age it is modem in methods. Our patrons, and they are many, will testify to the fact that we take care of them in a mnnner both pleasing and satisfactory. Your patioiiage U repectfiilly asked. Remember our plcdgo The Wide-Awak- e. People ARE LOOKING FOR SOMETHING WE HAVE IT IN LADIES' COAT SUITS. AND MISSES' COATS AND DI FPBEBNT $3.50, $4 and $5. Of Our 4 1 In these are the regular finished full shaped and young men's stiff and soft hats and of Silk Velours. These Good Hats Velours are very popular this fall. We knewt hey'd be popular so we prepared for it. Come and see them at $2.50, $3.50 & $5. You'll enjoy looking at them. Business Have We Shown Such An styles of the celebrated, best ot all, Stetson Hats at Live Stock, Crop, Stock of Goods, Etc. I will sell at public outcry on Friday, October 251912 . -2 PublicGr Sale of Fine Blue .ass Farm -4 SO COME AND TAKE A LOOK. L.L.SA1ERS, Crab Orchard, Ky. JlgBgBgBgBhw r arFV..' .''.'( !k i'SaVaf' HJ.McRoberts STANFORD, KENTUCKY eei Beainnitm at 9:30 o'clock A.' MU on mv farm' 3 miles from Huston-vill- e. Ky., on the Liberty Pike, the following described property: Two tracts of land. Tract No. I, contains 52 acres, fronting en the Liberty Pike. In high state of cultivation, has new dwelling and new store house, barns and all necessary outbuildings; well of fine water at door. Tract No. 2 contains 611-- 2 acres, fronts on county road. mile from pike; this is a first-clafarm, in high state of cultivation: has dwelling, stock barn. 7 acre tobacco barn, all necessary outbuildings, anri everlasting water. These 2 tracts of land adjoin, and will he sold separately, and as a whole, and best bid acecpted. At same time and place will sell the following personal property: A small stock of goods, all new and clean: 2 pairs extra good work mules: I combined mare. 4 years old: I good family mare, 9 years old: I buggy mare. 6 years old: I horse mule colt: I filly colt: I aged work horse: 5 good milk cows. 20 750 pound steers. 25 cows, calves and heifers. 13 fine meat hons. sow and pigs. 200 stock ewes, about 700 bales of clean timothy hay. 200 bales of straw. 125 shocks of fodder. 25 shocks of cane. 100 barrels of corn. interest in 4 acres of tobacco, all kinds of farming implements including wagons, buggies, cultivators, harrows, harness and other things too numerous to mention. Anyone desiring to examine any of this property before dav of sale, will call on me at mv residence at Hustonville. Ky.. or can phone me at mv residence for information. On same dav. at same place, J. P. Gadberrv will sell his household and kitchen furniture. Dinner for all on ground. TERMS MADE KNOWN ON DAY OF SALE. ss -2 aw"' :. Tk,v.Wi:. ari: 1 JtK ? Foot Wear To Suit '- - 1 jaiS-- Everybody v 1 Tans, Gun Metals, Patents and Velours. High tops for men, Ladies and the little ones. Come and see them - FALL GOODS NOW COMPLETE Emmelt McCormick, HUSTONVILLE. KY. IKE DUNN, AUCT. For your paro Mine Experience not needed. Want an ucthe man In thii locality. To introduce ua to your frlendi. We pay largeat caah benefit when lick, injured, and at death, for imalltit coat. a and offer to Hrit applicant from thU place. Write quick for Cath-Uonu- Sam Robinson The Farmer's Friends H. B. Northcott I Superior and Peoria Grain Drills Call and see the new stock Dealer In 130.00 TO 9100.00 A MONTH particular. CLOAKS -- THE 833, Covington, Ky. i Poultry, Eggs, Produce, Salt, Lime & Cement J. C. McClary We have just received a complete line of Ladies', Misses and Children's Cloaks. W.EHiggins Stanford, Ky. Ml 'ataWHaV BMaaaaqfCTislSm PHONE 153. Stanford, Ky. W. E. PERKINS UNDERTAKER STANFORD AND EMiALMEB Crab Orchard, Ky IMIfHI i KENTUCKY. HMM PhMM IffrM PRMM II7. 3. al ' l .1l a. THE INTEmOW JOURMAL JTAMFOBP. KENTUCKY. Miss Annie Holtzclnw, of Gilbern's Creek, is tho guest vf Mrs. Andy Oooch nt Mnywood. Mrs. W. 8. Wiglinm, of Morclnnd Ma4 ItreH by Vlnol Kaaaawa eeaalUea) are com4 was tlio guest of her daughter, Mrs. A y ererwerk, warrr. tea eleaa eea. II. M. Arnold nt Danville Inst week. Aaasseat, a (areata ceafh or cell Mrs. J. W. Acoy went to Lancaswktea it It dIBcult to care. ter Snturdny no sec her jmronts, Mr. But Symptom, Danger Sif- a a W wut to tar t rry parsoa la tit eeadlttea yoa acad Vlaol. our nnd Mrs. Hughes. of Iticlitnond who al Which EvaryW. Mrs. Mulflnger, tfellckma eea llrer and Iron toala iritkeat oil. tho great strength ere- - 'm9 bcc" ner tor sevcrnl weeks, went Should Heed. ater. u win supply iron to tbe blood muno Saturday. la the ost easily assimilated fom, Mrs rrcd Curtis nnd Mrs. find Backache Is a symptom of organic create, a good, healthy appetite, (looch of Somerset, were Ino guests weakness or derangement If you have atresjthea your dlgestlre organs aod To backache don't neglect sake yea eat better, sleep better aad of Mr. nnd Mrs. Mnjor Reynolds Inst manent relief you mustit.reach get perthe root week. feel better. Ml Inn. tint. r rt.'in.,., ,, u of the trouble. Hcatl about Mrs. wood- A ease has Jaet come to oar alien-tlo- a ! from West Scranton, Ta., Mrs. hero for Miss Anna Chancellor who j J . . Ckaa. Proper says: "For three years will return with her to remain for a Morton's Gap, Kentucky. -- "I suffered female disorders, my waa alt ma dewa, weak and had two yean with I days' visit ae appetite, aad after all that time health was very bad Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Holdnm have gted to say Vlnol has brought and I had a continual 1 am hero Crnb Orrhard and backache which was y health aad strength, tck what t was told It wouldwhich movedrooms from Mrs. Susan Vengcr, with imply awful. I could Se last do." hnvc We are conident that Vlnol Is. the on Lancaster street. not stand on my feet long enough to cook aad strength-creato- r best Mrs. Mnrgnrct Parr, of Lebanon, ,we hare ever sold. a meal'a victuals Ind., is the guest of Mrs. Ilcdell Try a bottle oa our guarantee to wKmmmmw&j without my back Chancellor, ?.t her horns on tbe Crah refund year nosey, if it fails to n nearly killing me, Orchard pike. ' bmj! f eat stt t 4 liawa twaeltyoa, I Mrs. Walker and daughter, Miss such dragging sensa- -' Penny's Dntf Stere, Stanford, Ky. Uons I could hardly Mary Walker of Lancaster, who hnvc bear it I bad sore been on n visit to Louisville, stopped lover here Saturday with her sister, ness In each side, could not stand tight PerMMl and Social. clothing, and was irregular. I was com- Mrs. J. C. Hays. lctely run down. On advice I took W. W. Waller is in Cincinnati for YA. II. Slinnba u1tn lina lifim in I ' l ' "" "" .ydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Coma few days, on business. Columbus, (In., for some time in the pound and am enjoying good health. It , Logan Stephenson w visiting in horse and mule business, came homo is now moro than two years and I have not had an ache or pain since. I do all Fridny night. Louisville nnd Lebanon Junction. Mrs. C. A. Din nd ford and mother, my own work, washing and everything, Mrs. Alice Lewis, of Mnrctbiirg, and never hnvo backache any more. I has been the recent guest of Mrs. Mrs. K. A. ltrouii, of Living-to- n, your medicine is grand and I praise between trnins think all my'nelghbors. htopied over here Andcn-oNuunclley in tho county. If you think my it to Judge J. W. Alcorn went to Lob- -. Snturdny. They had been visiting testimony will help others you may pubrelatives and friends nt I'orksville. lish It. "-Olue Woodaxl, Mornnon Saturday for a few days on Mr. Floyd lucrum, superintendent ton's Gap, Kentucky. bilnimrss. If you have the slightest doubt of bridges on the Memphis division Vegeta. Mrs. Luey Hcazlcy has returned that Lytliii i:. of tho I. & N. visited his friend, ble Compound IMnkhum's will help you, write home nfter n visit to her brothcr,Mr. J. C. Florence Inst week, on his wuy to LjdbiK.lMiikhuni Medicine Co. Den Hudson iu Lancaster. (confidential) Lynn, Mnss., for adhomo from I'arkcrsbiirg, W. Vn. Mr. T. M. White nnd sou, Charles, K. Ifa Tanner, of McKinney, nnd vice. Your letter will ho opened, rend nnd nnswered by a woman, of Louisville, are the guests vf Mr. John lliflo nnd Wm. North, of and held in strict confidence. J. M. Carter nnd family. meeting of tho attended the Mrs. Mnry Osborne nnd baby have Grnnd Lodge of Masons iu LouisA1I who enjoy musio should not returned to their home iu Hell county ville last week. Dr. M. M. Phillips fail to see nnd hear the Doyds at the nfter n visit to her father, Mr. Rube and Louis Hell, of Crnb Orchard and opera house tonight. This is the Iloskins. B. T. Lunsford of Prenchcrsville, first number of tho Lyceum program Mrs. Kate Egbert, of Crab Orch- were nlso in attendance ns the rep- and is said to be a delightful numof their respective ber. Senson tickets for tlieflvc numard, has returned home after n visit resentatives bers arc f2 nnd $2.50. Single adto Mrs flcorgo Hopper, h. W. II. lodge. Higgins nnd other friends. missions 25, 35 nnd 50 cents. SHORT LOCAL NEWS Mr. T. I). Stephenson, of I'untn Lost. X lnrge rmr between Mnck-vill- e ' Oordo, Fin., who has pecn visiting It. C. II. repair parts cost less on Danhis brother, Mr. D. M. V. Strphuon than nny other oar. Think it over. ville lane nn(l lien Bryant's pike. Return to this office nnd nnd his sifter, Misb Pnttie Stephenreceive n liberal reward. son, returned homo Monday. Two or three nice rooms for rent. On Sunday, Oct. 27th, nil offering ' Mrs. K. II. Ilibler and daughter, Mrs. Evn Hoffman. s will be made nt for Mute Miss Itrucc, of illoomingtou, III., I hnvc a workman, at my shop to the Baptist church nt the morning nre the guests of Mr. nnd Mrs. I. M. hnlf sole men's Indies' and children' service. Every member of the con Bruce. Wednesday 10th. Dex- gregation is nsked to make n conMrs. Herbert Spencer, of Spring shoes. Oncn ter Ilnllou. tribution. The state mission year City, Tenn., come over from Lexwith October and no offering ington Snturdny, where shu has well loFor Rent. Storeroom been visiting her hushnnd'ri parents, cated: low rent; for iufonnntion for state missions lias been made 80-t- f. this year. nnd is- now the guest, for n few days call nt this office. f relatives here. Money to Loan. From $1,000 to The republicans are advertising n Sheriff W. I McCnrty, and son, the Mike spent Sunday with Mrs. Mc- $25,000. nt f per cent, with cood nig rally here next Saturday, D. Penning2Gth nnd will hnvo n Cnrty in Lexington. She has been real cstnto security. E. their chief . Ky. Ed Franks, tho fire catblH'nker, there for several weeks taking treatf. ton, Stanford. adment in n sanitarium, nnd her ninny Penalty on School Tax will bo ad- er from Owensboro. The Tnft friends will bo glad to know that ded on Nov. 1. in Crnb Orchard dis- herents are working manfully to put she is regaining her health very Sat trict. Get you receipt from Miss 0. tin n better showing than tho Bull isfactorily. Mooscrs. M. Lackey nt Crab Orchard Bank. BACKACHE NOT ! 2 DISEASE 1 i $10.00 Suit Specials Fifty Suits in Black, Navy, Grey, Brown & fancies, well made They would be cheap . at $12.50 to $15. Our special price for the one you like best is :. only $10.00 : : body-build- H'sH WM n itl Mrs. Severance & Son. Evervthlnq at Martin & Co,'s. Show. .10. Hus-tnnvil- le cost at Huahes, FIRE INSURANCE mmd Don't forget the State Bank Com Prizes will bo awarded Nov. SURETY BONDS R.M.lfEWLAin TANFORB, KY. E. D. Pennington, Cawity General Farm Surveying 52-Phone 172, Stanford, Snrvyr Kr. S4-2- p. I hnvo lost two houndsrono medium sized white nnd black female, and one good sized black nnd tan dog. Finder will cet reward. J. 84-" Thos. Ilnckley, Jr. 3. 81-2- p. You want the best policy when you insure. See Fish & Bromley, Stanford, Ky. Insure evervthlnq. Lincoln County Naltionil Bank Corner Next to Courthouse. Stanford, Ky Capital Surplus DIRECTORS $100,030 $100,100 Who Direct the Manaqement of this Bank. V. M. Mntheny, Stanford. Geo. W. Carter. Stanford. V. M. Bright, Stanford. A. T. Nunnclley, Stanford. .7. B. Paxton Stanford. V. D. Edmiston, Crab Orchard S. J. Embry, Jr., Stanford. J. W. Rochester, Stnnford. X. II. Shanks, Stanford. Lilburn Goocli. Stanford. W. O. Wnlkcr, Stanford. R. L. Ilubble, Lancaster. W. II. Cummins, Prenchcrsville. T. C. Rankin, Lancaster. J no. N. Mencfee. Sr.. Stanford. 83-2- p. The man who borrowed my raincoat nt the Stnnford fair is requestMy name is ed to send it home. written in ink in the back. R. S. t. Scudder, McKinney. 7S-2- 78-S- p. For land surveying call on M. C. NewJnnd, Itoute 1, Stnnford, Ky. ot phono him nt 30 W. Crab Orchard. or Ohio Ott or Toiroo. , f Lccu oocirrr. Fiank 3. CBtvtT mkf oth Out fee k mtt eutnrr ot ttw Erro ot F. J. CUhii A Co.. dome bunnM la xho at? ot Tolfdo. County uul gut Ute inn ol HormM. nd Out uid arm will DOLLARS tor rich nd ONE HUNDRED am ol Catamh Out nonot t cured by Ux use oi STiTS rr Serious Kidney Disease Treated By an Old - Fashioned Doctor at Philadelphia, and as one of the consulting physicians had been a professor In that oollege It eeemed to me quite unlikely that I would be able to do any more than had been done, but I prescribed what seemed to be the best thing under tho circumstances. lie went away and In a week He returned saying he was no better, that he was still losing ground. He Judged that he had taken tbe same medicine before. Mo doubt he had. But he wished me to prescribe again. I did bo. This went on for about two months, tbe patient failing all the time, and I was beoomtng thoroughly discouraged with the ease. One day the patient said to me, "Doctor, why don't you give me the medicine you gavo ray neighbor? "We all thought he would die, but your medicine oured him. This was why I came to you. Why not give me the lege called at my ofRce for another bottle of medicine, which was his last call. A month or so afterwards a neighbor of hie called and got a bottle of the same medicine, saying that my patient waa practically a well man, attending to his duties about bis largo farm. I had given him the Neutralizing Mixture which waa a remedy that I had used before only for bowel diseases. Tho eamo remedy that has since been sold under the name of 1'eruna. I could not quite understand how It was that 1'eruna should operate so beneficially In such socmlngly different diseases. I had not yet grasped the correct philosophy of disease. I did not then clearly comprehend that catarrh may affect the kidneys as well aa the bowels. Nothing of that sort waa taught In the books In those days. It took me years before X clearly comprehended that catarrh was a disease liable to attack any organ of the body. Catarrh Is a disease of the mucous membranes. Tho mucous membranes line every organ, duct and cavity In the body. Thus It It. catarrh may settle anywhere where there la a mucous membrane. Peruna Is my remedy for all these cases. I Insist upon It, however, that Peruna Is not a cure-al- l. I use It for Just one disease, catarrh. Bat aa catarrh Is liable to affect so many different places, disturb so many different functions, derange so many different organs. It does seem to many people aa If I regarded Peruna aa a cure- - tnj H1U.1 CiliHiil Ci'U. FRANK 3. CHENEY. Sworn to before rne ind gubecribed la my pretence, tnla on fey ot December, A. v.. mt. I I III "" ixl tru IUU'i CiUrrh Con U tiirn tnternaltr Slrretljr upon the blood and mucous sunsces of Ujo .iiil sold i I A. W. OIEASO.V. XOIAST Tils UU's Ftmur tills W llllM.1.1. ,11 "" .1r'.'3. CHENEY" br in Dnwtuts. tk. CO.. Toledo. O. Shoes For ' 1 Father Mother I Daughter Son for coostlnstlon. living Sale. Store-roorooms; small stock; fine location. 83-lAddress this office. For p. at at 75 o nnd 50c; also White Guineas $1 apiece. One pood bono cutter nnd one vegetable cutter nt $3. Mre. W. J. Edmiston, Crab Orchard. 8 For Sale Rhode Islanl Red hes SHOES for the whole family in the Fall Styles and New Shapes, in all kinds and grades of leather. I have opened up a cleaning cstnb lishmcnt in the room next to Carter's stable. Your trade solicited. Frank 81-Ilubblo 4. aeaa rapidly, and altogether a wrr pitiable epeotacle, the saytngi at of a onoe strong and happy Toa knew very well this medtetoe would help, me. Tou held it back I had been treating a neighbor of merely to get more fees for treating Ma successfully. This neighbor had me. From tho firrt the. medicine, has highly recommended me and thus It helped me and I have made rapid Improvement It X could have had this eras he had come to ms. He told me tKtt the doctors had medicine a year ago I should have araetlcally gtven up his case as hope-le- been saved a great deal of expense and he folt free to cpnsult any and loee of time." I replied that I waa glad the mediether physician. I hesitated to take the ease, aa I felt sure I could not do cine had helped blm. I was somewhat and anything more than the other phy confused by his brusque manner hot-tlo etetans had done. I told him so, yet he rough epeech. I gave him another of medicine. Did not see him again laeteted upon my prescribing. I was a jagdtntinf the JeSersoa Medleai Col fer about three weeks. Once more he pre-seat- ed es S. B. HARTMAN, M. D. ' In 1 MO I was practlelna medicine in klUleravllle, Pennsylvania, a thriving-tarmlncommunity. X prominent elttaen of that locality called at my aOce one day In a very feeble condition. Bo much ao he bad to be assisted to aJbjhtlnr from his - wagon. I found on questioning- him that he bad been afflicted for about two. year. Be had consulted varloua doctors, aweaff them a specialist from Phlladel- to pronounced Kla. Theydisease of thehis diseaseHe kidneys. eras gradually failing ta strength, loe-ta oc same medicine you gavo him?" "But." I said, "your neighbor dtd not have kidney disease. It waa a bowel complaint .that I prescribed for In his case. I 'remember I gave him the Neutralising Mixture that I make a great deal of use of in bowel diseases." "Well, X want somo of the eamo medlome you gave htm. It worked wonders with him "and Z believe It will with me." "But." X aatd, "this la not a medicine for kidney disease," "Well, alnoe you seem to be like the rest of the doctors, you cannot help me, why not try the medlctoe that helped my neighbor?" After some hesitation X concluded to give him a bottle of it. la tea days he returned. He at onoe begea to berate me 1a ao complimentary; words, Someono took my overcoat from Benzley's stable on court day, ploaso return it. W. B. Burton, Lancaster, Ky. homes and desirable Several building lots in Stnnford for sale. 83-Apply to Harvey Helm. 3. Get Ready for winter while you can find what you want. All having claims against the cstnto of Curtis Gover, deceased will plenso present them promptly, proven to the undersigned.' Those indebted to him will plenso promptly Mrs. Maggio Gover, settle same. Admx. or W. S. Burcli, Stanford. all. The above narrative Is simply one of the many casta In my early practice that brought me to oomprehend tbe wonderful efficacy of Peruna In each a variety of diseases. The kidneys may be affected by other diseases than catarrh, but tbe average case of kidney disease Is catarrh of the kidneys. All cases of Brlght'a disease begin with catarrh of the kidneys. This being true, and It also being true that Peruna Is a catarrh remedy, It follows that a great many cases of kidney dlsoase would be benefited by Peruna. PEHUNA SOLD BY ALt. DMJaaiSTR BPBCIAI, NOTICE Many ltpersona re making Inquiries for the, To such would. say. tiitia Porumi. thli formula n now imi uui inanutuuiurv name of Company, uoiumi by and Ohio. Write them a frcothey will booklet. pleased to send you O Every stock buyer in Lincoln and most of them in the surrounding counties reads the Interior Journal. You can cover five counties completely by advertising your sale in it. For Sale. 1,000 bushels of strip ped bluo grass seed. Extra quality. 80 cents per bushel in SO bushel lots Must bo taken this month. II. C. Bright, Danville, Ky. 83-- Cummins fc Rearer Kentucky-Home Stanford, of All-Wo- ol umr j X nm prepared to do cleaning, re- pairing mid pressing, promptly and nicely. Ofllco ut Ed Wilkinson's barber shop. Give wo a trial. Perry Mc 84-- Jp Lean, Stuuford. Clothes. V jiiiHs .h!.lt.-,r- ,, . -- anx- zmtthjF&sz ,, fit tmkinmv0amw&miv, THE INTEi.M ItwfAL ITANFtNt. KCNTliCKY. FARM AND STOCK I W P Fine Blue Grass Farm ti will offer to the highest bidder mv farm, cntaNn 2M acres bv survey, located on waters or Hanging renc, iusi i nine norm or mcum-ne- v, 4 miles east of Hustonvllle, on Q. 4 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, dwelling house of 12 rooms, all out buildings necessary, two laroe stock barns, one 12 acre tobacco barn. All under aood fence and well watered. One of the best soring in the county. Lots of never fall Inq water. Dwelling house nicely arranged for two families. At the same time I will sell The Warfield. one of the finest trotting Stallions In Kentucky. Hi? colls can be seen at the sale to show for I . Public Sale of NEWS hclfor lmo n T. D. Nowlnnd. Stanford 85-- 1 For snle, nbout 100 licnil of hogs. Henry liidder, nenr Ottcnhcim. 85 3 For Snle. Nine Vcnrlinir imile, nlso 8 weanling undo culls. D. M. Anderson, K. D. 4, Stanford. 83-l- p. For Rent. 20 ncres of whent Jnnd. M. 11. Lytic, Phono 109 Y. 78-8- 0 sale. freh Jersey for S. M. Owens, EstrnjV I'lnek steer cnlf; weight nbout 525 poumU; left my plnco Ocl 19th. Howard. Fox Duddcrnr, How-InnKy. Sotf Two small shoals enmo to my pnro nliont four weeks ngo. Owner enn net same hy describing, paying for tlu notice nnd their keep. Mrs. 85-- 3 Sarnh Dnjton, McKinney. For Snle. House nnd two acres of lnnd. 4 2 miles from Stanford pik. 5 room Imnso; "ii Hutnvill outbuidings: themselves. irood bnm nnd other mares, qeldlngs. lennets. cattle, everlasting spring on plnco; fruit Will also sell all my fine brood trees nnd fine garden. O. E. Lutes, cows and calves, farming Implements, crop, etc 70-All small oraln has been sown: 70 acres wheat up nicely, timothy Stanford. Lost, n vellow steer, weigh nbout sown: can qive possession January I. 1913. GOO pounds on court dn n renson-nbl- e TERMS made known on day of sale. reward for any information. E. L. Wilson, Crab Orchnrd, H. F. D. d, 1--- Horses, Mules and Cows At l;30o'clock, Tuesday, Oct. 29, Ttrindlc cow, crop off right enr, en mo to my place Sept. 10 Owner enn get lier by pnying for IhU notice nnd her keep. Frnnk Adkins, Morclnnd3p REPUBLICAN RALLY at the Court House in Stanford, Ky., Saturday, October 26th 7 o'clock P. M. McKinney, Ky. No, 2. 84-2- p. Col.J. P. Ohandler.Auctioneer. Fresh Oysters next Friday, direct from Baltimore. T. D. NEWL AND, opposite Court House Rent. My farm of 250 35 acres for corn, 3G for wheat or oats, CO acres in meadow, balanco in crass. Also has pood dwelling house, bam nnd nil outbuildings. For further information address Mrs. Geo. Lognn, Stanford, Ky., West Main street. 74tf For Sale. Fine mule jack. This jack is in a class by himself ns a mule iack. You' will have to see this jack and his colts to npnrccinte him. He must be sold by Nov. 15 ns I will leave, for the south after that time. Turner's colts have sold this season at $130, in 1010 several sold at the Brodhcad fair for $125. B. B. King 83-Morclnnd, Ky. 5. For acres Hon. E. T. Franks of Owensboro Will discuss the issues of the campaign at Stanford, Saturday night, October 26th, at 7 o'clock p. m. in the interest of the Republican party. Administrator's Sale. As Administrator of Mrs. Lucy Hamilton. I will sell nt public out-cr- v, on the premises near Rowland, on Everybody Invited. Fall and Winter Sultlrms. ALCORN overlook slopping your hogs on shipstuff. I Best and most economical feed to start your feeders on. Price $26.00 per ton. Saturday. Oct. 26. 1912 Mf new Fall and Winter Samples rpow Her household nnd kitchen furniture ready for 7onr Inrpectlon. They comprise stock consisting of cows, cnlves and the best on the msrkeU. I tin (alt 10700 hogs and nlo a lot of com nnd 300 i to price who hid bii clothes mid to orpro- bales of timothy hay, farming im- der. A rait mads to your measure fcriblo plements etc. Terms. Under $10 nude to to ready mid clothes. To hiro them messar thin cash; over 3 months note with pood ready mid when doesn't cost 107 morseonsld tnallly and fit li security with interest frjm day of er4. Rama la and M lika yowr manure. 84-W. D. Gooch. Admr. B. O. KVPLKT. Tkt FrtetU! TsB.f 1 3. Public Sale Land, Horses, Mules, Cows 4 -2 ...fl tM. We "have another shipment of Alcorn, Price $2 per 100 lbs Why Salves Can't Cure Eczema while the supply lasts. Do not that as has We will offer for sale to the highest bidder, at the J. N. Denny farm miles from Lancaster on the Richmond and Lancaster nlke. on J. H. Baughman & Go. Phone 11 Stanford, Kentucky. Since the theory of eczema through the tilooO. been en up Dy scientists, many different salves have been tried for ikln diseases. But It has been found that these salves oniy ciob me pores ana cannot penetrate to the Inner skin below the epidermis where the eczema germs are lodged. This the quality of penetrating probably explains the tremendous success of the well known liquid eczema remedy, oil of wintergreen. thymol, glycerine, etc.. ns compounded in DUD. Prescription. We have said other remedies for skin Ei end highly as this we know B .D.D. stops the Itch for once. We that at want you to give D.D.D. a trial. That Just wiU be enough to prove It. Of course all other druggists have D.D.D. Prescription go to them It you can't come to us but accept some big profit substitute. don't Out If rou come to our ntnrw no certain of what D.DT) will do for you , wiu. on unci uii a iuii this guarantee: t If you dosize ootue not find that It takes efway the Itch AT ONCi. it costs you not a cent. -- trouble but none we can rccom- - Thursday, Oct. 24, 1912 The following real estate and personal property acres of qooj corn, tobacco and wheat The farm consists of 91 land- - 25 acres In cultivation and the remainder in qrass. The farm is well fenced, has never falllna water, qood 6 room dwellinn. aood 20 foot cistern all necessary out bulldinas. I new stock barn 60x36 and one tobacco barn 72x60. This farm lies on the Gooch pike close to school, store, railroad station and Is a very desirable farm. Also at the same time ani place will sell the followlnq personal to-w- it: -2 1 I Property: 4 i SHUGARS & TANN ER, Stanford. Kentucky. PUBLIC SALE OF Farm Lands. Live Stock. Crops. WE WILL SELL AT PUBLIC OUTCRY ON -- ll that land ifyou save HELP THOSE WHO HELP THEMSELVES. WE bi3lf STATE BANK & TRUST CO., Capital $50,000. Surplus $500 J. soon V fcbu can " lit) Etc Wednesday, Oct. 30, 12 EGINNING AT 10 O'CLOCK A. M.. OUR FARM" CONSISTING OF 208 ACRES OF BLUE GRASS LAND. A LOT OF GOOD STOCK. CROPS, AND OTHER PROPERTY. dam Nrll Prtnn oihUM in K qlstcr. 2 vcarllnq fillies by Rex Arbuckle. 4 weanling colts by Rex Arbuckle. 4 brood mares In foal to Jack. I brood mare in foal to Todd horse. I six year old drivino mare. I five year old carriaqe horse. I Mccormack binder I Manure spreader. Hay Rake. Cut- broke. tinq Harrows and Cultivators. 4 mare mule colts. I sprinq waqon. buckboard. I two year old mare by Rex Arbuckle harness. I two year old oeldlna by Rex Aretc. sub-ie- ct 170 bushels of extra aood blue qrass buckle. dam Nell Preston, to reqlster. seed. I yearling stallion by Rex Arbuckle About 5 car-loaof baled hay. 20 head of registered and hlqh orade Jersey cow and heifers. 25 head of cows, steers and heifers na r of 5 vcar old man mules. I pair of 6 year old mare mules. I pair of 9 year old mare mules. I pair of 6 year old horse mules. 4 six year old mare mules. 4 two year oU mare mules, ail well ds n. SALE BEGINS AT 10 O'CLOCK. TERMS MADE KNOWN ON DAY OF SALE. DINNER ON THE GROUND. W. B. & S. M. Denny COL. I. M. DUNN. Auct. R. F. D. NO. I. LANCASTER. KY. In poiltlon to do all kinds of concreting, such Ulock Work, l'svements and in (act, we csn make an, (hint from a hoiiaa down to a fenes pott. Call and (et our prices We befi-i- r your money II It will be easy to purchase that laiftt, house or farm you have been thinking about, if you open an account at this bank, and show us that vou are able to handle yourself and your finances We will help you. Come in and tak it over. w. The Farm: One fiiTin lncnted 2 mile Mest of Ilustouville, on Brndfordsville turnpike. This farm has one dwelling lwn&o and one 4 room tenant hoipc, both in good repuir. Alo 2 tobacco burns uhich will hold -- " tines of pood tobacco, ne htock barn ami nil other necessary This land is rich, well wnteied, lies perfectly for successful cultivation, in fine neighborhood .convenient to churches and excellent school. Anyone uixhiuir to look nt this farm can find me in Hustonvilla or my bon on mu1 fnnn, or enn phone me nnd I will meet them nt train nt Morclnnd. Horses: One snddle bred chestnut sorrel inn re, Hoc No. 6825; bus rcctml us great show mure, brccdiu" show colts tlmt have won 1st premiums in soma of best stakes; in fonl now to AH Peovine. 1 Uluck mare," bred to 1--- Reg. No. 4179. suddlo bred bay horse by dies. Peavine, subject to registration. 1 weanling colt, by Dignity Dare. 1 tforrel mare, bred to jack. 1 brown mure, bred to jack. 1 family mare, bted to horse. 1 gelding, trotting bred. 1 soircl yearling gelding, by All Pea-vin- e. 1 ld sre rv CONCRETING Lur J'our material at leart. American Realty Co. Aie offering- - splendid Bargains La Stock and Grain Furms. Our specialties Improved ALFALFA Farms, also Fruit and Poultry Farms. Wo have the Farms they nil Want, Location, Nenr Towns, Qood Schools ,nnd Churches, Tint Climate; oxcellcnt Water. Bend for Lists, Then See for Yourself. 304-- 6 Surety Dld'b. Muskogee, Oklu. PHILLIPS BROS., Stanford, Ky. lU 5? n t 14 1 II 1 filly colt, by All Pontine. suckling mule colts; 2 yearling mules. pnir work mules; 1 mule. Stanford, Ky. Ptm. t. L. M. l Mccarty, ptm. PENNY, V..PTN. I. IALIN, CmM. J. S. ALIERT PHILLIP!, t. D. EADS, RICE, V. Cattle: Jersey milk eow; 3 Jer- 1 7 weanling steer huv heifers; A J3ssssswBS?-vJ- j 4 culver. A asBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBaaBBBBBVBBBBBBBan Jw"l 2 large brood sows mid some shoals JsW asVSKlaBBUBBBBWaWasayBaBBBT A few choice ewes nnd ono buck. Crops. Etc. Will sell 2 inteiest fu 13 ncros of UNDKRTAKEfia AND fine tobacco; u lot of loose nnd bnl-i- d THERE IS REAL PAINT ALSO DEAL. bnv. A lot of corn in shock; M IN FURNITURE. MAT. home fodder; implements nnd house- and also some stuff mixed with TINOs), RUQI. THIV WILL materials that is not Jack. hold goods ton numerous to men- cheapening IXCHANQE FURNITURE 1 worthy of the name. If yo- - have saddle bred bay horse, tion. Terms Knsy. FOR ALL KINOI OF STOCK. QIVE THEM A CALL. PRICE bad experience with the latter kind you don't want another. If you haven't take our advice and don't MasflV fttoetrflf Lincoln Lodn No. so. r a a u experiment. Buy our ital paints slated comraunlcatloB oa each drtf sad tWnl and aave yourself dUappofatmrat Voida- itlgliU ot sacs aonlh. si 1 a'eloak la iv Ban va aiaia atresi. anaaiors. Kv. Ht and moBey aa welL Urs st slMer lodfss trsterashf to HUST0NVILLE. KENTUCKY. CAPT. T. D. ENGLISH. AUCT. grslsiy. Ky orsssat. H. C. Vsrssatar, A. ALLEN. I ttMf erf. I, J.L.feeazley &Co Josiah Bishop & Son. 4