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STANFORD, LINCOLN COUNTY, KENTUCKY. 'FRIDAY, OCTOBER 25, 1012. NARROW TUESDAYS AND FRIDAYS Eslrny--Re- d cow and two year- List of Those Who Will Conduct Presidential Election Here ling steers; weigh about GOO lbs Two Youthful Offenders are Soundly each. J. T. Rigsby, Crab Orchaid 80-- 3 Tho Lincoln Thrashed ly Their Parents UnCounty Board of R. F. D. 3. 0. A. Oirry sold 100 acres off his Election Commissioners, Sheriff W. der Court's Authority Mercer county farm to I. L. Cloyd, L. McCnrty and Messrs. Gcorgo !) relic of. of Atlanta, III., at $135 an acre. Florenco nnd W. 0. Gooch have apTim whipping post law, in S. days, was rovived II. pointed tho men who will conduct Hiker, YaiiArsdiill olid County Judge Bailey's court, Thuw Graves havn bought the Harrods-bur- g tho election in Lincoln county ou flour mill from If. C. Smith Nov. 5lh, They are ns follows: day when James Grigsby, u negro jouth who had raided a check on 1'. t. Sons, paying ,f 13,000 for it. Stnnfoid No. 1, Courthouse II. C. Carpenter sold to Rev. J. G. L. Hook was nrrnigncd for trial. The Judge I'hil Niinnellcy. boy's family havc for years been Rosshait, pastor of tho Reformed JudgeJ. W. Acey. servants in Mr. Deck's family and churthes at Otteiihcim and (Iriicu-heiiClerk Dart Luce. n horse mid buggy for 0. that gentleman, while feeling that Shuiiff Jas. I Ian is. the negro should be punished, niiid Rev. Iloshnrt will use them in hit Stanford No. 2, Maeksvilb lumliiiil M'nrL'. lie gave the. offender up with relucJudge II. R. Saulley. A. J. Drown, the mule buyer, pur-- , tance, n.s ho was n vnlunhle farm Judge Bud lloldcnnaii. Kaltrider, of York.' hand. He therefor, nw thn boy's idiiisoil fur Clerk John Ellis. I Pa., nine head of father and got his consent to Sheriff J. "n.'Woods. u sound thrashing- in lieu of mules fioin J. D. Litscy of Mercer nt Stanford, No. 3. Engine House Mich Hditeneo as might be imposed .I23 each; four from McCIung McJudge Sam Matheny. liy trial. Judge Bailey readily agreed Afee, of the same section nt $122.50 Judge Ed I Inbbii rd. Clerk---.!. M. Carter, Sr. to the. method of punishment and the rnd 15 j curling hybrids from Van boy's father, mined wltji a new bug-j;- y Carter at .S0 a head. Sheriff Geo. J). Florence At Uie big Jersey salo of W. L. Stanford, No 4, Rowland whip, led forth the culprit, had Scott in Shelby county, the nvcrago liim remove his coat and in thu baseJudge Lilburn Gooch. ment of the courthouse applied the price for the entire sale was $211.50 Judge J. B. Wade. lash with vigor. The boy stood it Morocco's l'et, the highest priced Clerk II. J. Durst. without a tremor for a moment, but cow, was bought by Dr. Robert Sheriff W. I Logan. of Louisville, for $020, while Crub Orchaid No 1 us the old man warmed to his task, the son performed nnous and sun Morocco's Champion, tho held bill', Judge Luther Garner. dry acrobatic fents giving unmistnk-nbl- o sold for $000 and went to E. II. Judge Call Novius. evidence that the licks were Ware, of Douglas, 111. Clerk John Kennedy. Thurow W. Jones, the local stock falling with convcitiug power. And Sheriff Lige King. when, at the call, of Jailer Dink buyer attended court day sales at Crab Orchard No. 2 Mt. Sterling Monday. He bought a Judge J. C. Mugce. 1'anncr for n cessation of host-litied cows from Judge Simon I'ctrey. the case of young Grigsby had been bunch of 20 retty well covered, nnd he went bit Lafp Ilisner nt $3.10. There were Clerk C. A. Reed. said to bo 5,000 cattle on the market vay, doubtless to hin no more, Sheriff Jas. Vnnhook. there. Rest 1,000 pound steers sold Wnynesburg, No. 1 not for tho present. 53-4The next on the program was the nt G 4 cents; yearlings at Judg( W R. Singleton. heifers from 4 2 to 5 c; cows 3 Judge Joe Kootitz. case of Anderson Winn, a negro of near Hustonville. He to 4 2 cents; bulls at from 4 to 4 Clerk -- W. D. I). Hays. a pistol at one of his 4 cents. Sheriff -- John R. Williams. luui leveled neighbors, and thinking to cscae Wnynesburg No. 2, King's Mtn COMMISSIONER'S SALE Judgt Ben Vest. heavier punishment, agreed to take J. N. Cash, plaintiff, vs. John nnd Judge Win. Liinc. whipping. His father was sent n Clerk W. C. Alford. for and agreed to administer the Sallie Corrilton, defendants. Lincoln Circuit (urt. Sheriff W. D. Johnson. dose, so the offender, his father nnd In obedience to a judgment of the Wnynesburg No. .'I, HMilaud a goodly number of spectators, red to the scene of the Grigsby Lincoln Circuit Court rendcrednt its Juihit John Lutes Judge C. B. Warficld. nffair and the lash was applied. The .May term, 1012, in above styled action, the undersigned Commissioner Clerk -- E. G. Biiiigh. pistol totcr at llrst seemeil ilispo-.e- i Sheriff Win. Butts io Tecite MeBeth's challenge "Lay, will, at about 1 o'clock I. M. Mon1012, County Hiislouville, NVi. ,1 m, McDuff, and damned be he who day, November 11, ,"! Cmul dii.v, in froiit of tho court utiK- rsl cries uoiu, enougn. n. r. r.wms. Judge Tom Bell. u'gor of the rod f correction soon house door in Stanford, Ky., offer Clerk Josi.ih Bishop. drove all foolishness from him and for sale at public outcry to the highSheriff Jas. P. Goode. be, too went hi way, a sadder but est and bc-- L bidder the following personal property and real estate Hiislouville, No. 2 wiser boy. Judge W. G. Cowan. towit: the ier.onalty consists of one Judge W. C. Carson. Splendid Revival at Preachersville saw mill and engine, being a complete Uussell outfit and same being Cleik Milt l'cnvyluiusc. Ky., October 23. l'reaclicrsville, same rig and outfit sold to the deSheriff Waller McKinney. The piotmeled meeting on at the by J. N. Hustoiiville No. 3, Turuersvilk nicely fendant John Cnrrilton ltaptitt church is proge-sin- g Cash. The real estate is described Judge Thos. Dodds. nr.d an old tiaie revival is assured. being in tw-- tracts in Judge Sherman Coy. Rev. E. B. English, fonucrly of as follows: Clerk Lee Manning. Hartford, is Lincoln county, Ky., on Green river Owcnsli.iro, but now of Sheriff-Joh- n bounded on the northeast nnd Carter. loing the preaching and every ser and Hrndlcy John-so- Hustouwllc, No. 4, McKinney is n mighty appeal to sinners, west by the lauds of mou on the .southwest by lands of Judge R. S. Scuddcr. who aie listening, leaiuiiig anil Heed, and on the south by lauds Judge, Jas. Yociiui. trembling. This iciivnl is mceling J. J. Cleik John Elliott. with good results, there being 12 Crim Smith, southeast by binds of Ben Vest and Joe Peimj baker's Sheriff Sam Beck. m'.ditiions to date, Wednesday. Large liy lands of rowds out at each d.iy semee and l.eirs, and on the cast John McKee, containing 171 acres, Crab Orchard School Honor Roll each eeliing the crowdt aie twice v- Inpo, (he dun eh building, large more or less. Second tract is in Grade I. LaReitio Edmiston, Ceof Lincoln county, Ky., on waters jis it is, could not accommodate the (Swell river and bounded on the cil Foley, Bessie Gciszl, Aucil large tTowds of Satuidu.i and Suniiciuiic Siewiud, William I'v 'and of John day evenings. Tiic hrethieii consid s"Ulh tint! 'H Burnett Sanders, Annie SinVinson; on the southeast er this one of the best meetings ever of I). C. Ring.), on the cast by lands gleton, Amy Ilii.tt, Aline Newland, and wesf held at this place. The meeting will Louisa Wulliii, Annie Steward, CeJohnson and cil .Manuel. more than likely continue over the by lauds of Bradley John llnuy. continuing 35 ucrcs, v eek. Grade II Aline Collier Hazel Mr. lltirve CrCss, of Cincinnati, mole or less. Hunter, A it ui mi McCarley, Mnry four Also a parcel containing King, Mary Howard I.illic Martin, jiiii Mrs Olhv Cress, of Dayton, ()., -, le-nnd jre giic-l- s of Mr. and Mrs. J. M. acie- moie or s, John same con- David Buidctte, Dewey Price, Clay Carriltou vened to defendant 4'ross, here. Stewaid, Joseph Hamilton, Uessie George l'ulliam nnd Mr. Steve Curtis, of ('mini id. vis by deed from By id. wife, iccoided in deed book 27 pagu ited It. T. Luiisfotd and family. Guide III -- Ida Lee Cnmpbzll, Sue he offeied Orovor Kennedy, young son of J. 548. Tho personalty will Edmiston, Ada CieUl, Alma Hunter, sufficient to satisfy L. Kennedy, who has been ill, is bet first and if not Dixie Kidwell, Carrie Martin, Nanjudgment, then thu leal estate will Edwin nie Tyree, Evan Edmiston, ter now. 1, 2 and Itcv. J. E. Itobeits, the popular be offered as follows: tract Newlanil, McKinney Nevius, Johnie 3. This sale is made to satisfy pastor of the M. h. chinch, who has plaintiff's judgment for $550 with l'lice. suffered " severe attack of tmisilitis Grade IV Winnie Baker, Eva interest tlieieou at 0 per cent per Geis1, la able to be out again. l'caily Ledford, Irene Man(I, 1010, with u Misses Luna and Jalie llrown vis- milium from June uel, Vivian While, Frank Adams, ci edit of $10 paid June (1, 1011. Sale Lloyd ited Mrs. Wiji. Itichard-ot- i. Butt, James Bailey, Ernest made on credit of si months, bond Mrs. Green Shaw is visiting Mr. Lloyd Ilami'.tou, Ellio Campbell, with good surety for purchase price jind Mrs. T. Y. Shaw. Kennedy. payable to Commissioner, bearing 0 D. 0 Lewis sold some corn tj W. Grade V- - Sam Perkins, Hcndley per cent interest fmtii day of sale, r, II. Cummin, at $2.50 delivered. Napier, Isom MeCliire, Henry lieu and havMessrs. Elmer I'ayne anil E. L. until paid, seemed by .Mabel Wulliii, Lucy Smith. ing force and effect of judgment floodi, of Etibunks, and their fam- will be idpi'ived Grade VI Balling Ledford, Mary of purchaser. Oct. ilies motored over Snturdnyand vis Bailey, Nadiiie McCluie, Sallie Bak811-- 3 F ited Mr. and Mrs. 0. W. Spangler 2 J, 1012. Pennington, M.C.L.CC. er, Ha Hunter, Julia Ilowaid, Grade E. D. Orove. r.cnr Beech Martin. Duke, Joo Tom Grado STOPS SCALP ITCH. PUBLIC SALE Dandruff and Every Form of Scalp Edmiston, John Stevenson. Grade VIII Anuiu Barnes, Nell Disease Cured Quick bv Zemo. Farm Containlnq GO Acres 5 Miles h. Myrtle Gciszl, Ethel Gciszl, It is simplv wonderful how Zemo 0 From Danville, on Stanford Pike Dee goes nfler dandruff. You rub n lit Monte. Fish, Jask Perkins, Ha ring decided to soil my farm tlu of it with tips of tho fingers. It Wilson. whicli contains GO acics of fine Bluo nets mid down into tho glands, Grade IX Shiiley Govcr. Hund(Iras i Laud, which is in a high state stimulates them, stops tho itch, and ley Napier. No, it jT cultivation, nnd which lies about mnkes "tho head feci fine. Grade X Niiuey Nn pier, Kate v between Danville and Stan- isn't stickv. Zemo is u fine, clear, Napier. ford, on one of the best nik - in tho vanishing liquid. You don't havo to state, will offer it to the highest oven wash your hands after using Here is n wonmn who speaks from mid host bidder on. Zemo. Ami whnt u wonder it is for personal knowledge and long experiFRIDAY, NOV. 1, 1P12. eczema, rash, pimples and all skin At 10 A. M. Will also sell somo nffllctions. Zemo is prepnred by E. ence, viz: Mrs. P. II. Rrogaii. of "household and kitchen furniture, and W. Rose Medicine Co., St. Louis, Wilson, Pa., who says, "I know from Cough a small amount of stock. Mo., and is guaranteed by all drug- experience that Chnmberlain's satisfaction, Remedy i3 far superior to anr other. gists to give perfect MKS. W. P. HAItRISON, nothing that exendorsed and sold in Stanford bv For croup there is by MRS. IlETTIE E. BADS. O.L. Penny. cels it." For sale 83-the Penny Drug Store. TT. D. Engisb, Auct. unle-bellun, ld d, 850-pounccr-tnin- tv c; 1- -2 ,1-re-tii- ii n, Rut-lege, Lcd-l'orI Nil-pieie uiid-wn4. WHIPPING POST LAW PUT INTO EFFECT HERE FARM AND STOCK NEWS ELECTION OFFICERS d, mack, of Hustonville, motored to GOVERNOR SAYS ELLIS . Lexington Sunday. MUST PAY PENALTY An,i For Local Party When Auto Turns Dig Crowd of Bidders Present Mrs. Charles Rogers, of Louisville Over and Throws Them Out Prices Good Pyles Gets Mill . . nrrived Tuesday for n visit to her Pulaski Man Sentenced ta DmMi purcnts, Mr. and Mrs. Jns. P. Goode. By Lincoln Oeunty Jury Gees A party of local people had n narA crowd variously estimated nt Chair from 350 to 500 people attended the row escape from death or serious Beloved Woman Dies in Indiana; . To Electric salo of John S. Murphy on tho Hus- injury when nn nutomobile in whicli if Buried in Waynesburg Lot James Ellis, convicted of tho roar toiiville pike Tuesday. Mr. Murphy they were returning home from LexWnynesburg, Ky., October 23. had thoiouglily udteilised his sale ington Thursday clashed into a rock der of Magistrate ft J. Realty, of in the I. J. nnd buyers from Boyle, fuico nnd turned over on its side. Mrs. Sallie A. Gooch, nee Caldwell, Burnsidc, a Lincoln county jury hav Pulaski, Casey, Garrard and Lin- In the party were .Mr. and Mrs. W. wns born March 19th, 1850 near ing tried the case, will pay the peni coln were present and mndo nearly B. McKinney and Mrs. Shclton Wnynesburg on Fishing Creek nnd every article put up bring a satis- Snufley and thoy hud gone to Lex- she passed away October 10, 1012, ally for his crimo in the elecWa factory price. Copt. T. D. English, ington in the morning in John S. at Broad Ripple, Indiana. She loaves chnir at Eddyvillo November 22d. of Danville, cried tho sale, which Biiughmnn's car, driven by W. four children, namely, Mrs. Charles Gov. McCreary has not only refused means that it was well done. An Hnys. They were about n mile on Rhodes, and Ollio Gooch, of Broad his petition for commutation of sen? excellent sale dinner was set by Mr. the other side of Nicholasville nnd Ripplo, Ind., Mrs. Mat) Bryant, of tenco to lifo imprisonment WednesMurphy. Following is a listi of tho running nt about 20 miles nn hour, Somerset and Mrs. Irvin Bell, of day, but signed the death warrant. stock, crop, etc sold and the prices when n dog ran out nnd was struck Phoenix, Arizona, one stepson, Craig In doing so he made the statement b the car. The impncl rcnlizcd : 'eeP'ed to Gooch, of this place, two brothers, that more men and womnn hnd excause tho nuto to swerve and Mr. John Caldwell, of Colorado, and C. pressed themselves in favor of."ex!P Farming implements Wheat drill three to W. D. Gooch at $27, mowing ma- Hays lost control of it, so that it G. Caldwell, of Waynesburg; Siisoji cation in this case than any other that had como before him as governI). Gooch $17, tobacco turned side way.s into a rock fence sisters, Eltrnbcth Singleton, chine to W. besetter, Jack Govcr $14.50, cultivator and rolled over on its side. The oc- Harness nnd Cynthn Caldwell, and or. About two weeks ago a dozen of tho lending women of Bumside calt-c- d W. 1. Gooch $G, disc harrow W. D. cupants were all thrown out, but sides a host of connections on him and protested against a luckily none was injured beyond a friends to mourn her loss but wc Gooch $10.50; turning plow B. F. who have no commutation of the sentence. Cain $5.50; 21 hemp breaks, in lots few bruised spots. Mr. Hnys had mourn not ns thoso Ellis was convicted at Somerset l;ope. Deceased professed faith ill of three, at from 35c to 75c to dif the presence of mind to throw off the engine nnd npply the Irrake before Jesus Christ a number of yenrs ago in September, 1911, a Lincoln counferent parties. and united with the Old Double ty jury being cmpannclled to try the, The sheep were sold in separate machine toppled over. Mrs. Snutloy Springs church, of which she wns case. Ellis, who had been a deputy wns thrown clear of the car but the lots, Sherman Coyle getting one :i member nt the time of her death. sheriff, conducted a soft drink place l(i at $2 a head; another others would certainly have been sebunch of injured if not killed had the Her husband preceded her- to the just outside Buinside where he was lot of 5t owes and one buck going riously other shore about G yenrs. May our charged with selling liquor. The city to Anderson Niinnellcy nt $4.25 nnd ninchino continued turning over nnd God be gracioii9 to her dear children authorities had no jurisdiction, so thcr lot to G. E. Lutes at $2.G0. "turned tin tie.' An examination re und may they as well ns nil her Magistrate Bcatty moved to Burn-bid- e voided the nxlo was d cattle went broken, but fact that an injury was Fourteen nnd friends prepare to meet and issued warrants for the arlittle other to A. C. Hill at $30.50 a head; steer done the auto. Tho party caught a her in a better world. rest of Ellis. Fearing a personal cn'.f J. W. Powell $22.50; red steer,'" ' Mrs. Gooch wus the daughter of encounter if ho sent his constable, ... I ... l! I1 'inciunnti Southern train nt Nicho !i !... JlDllilKl-- I IU .1. U. If III 'I 1111, :i lasville and returned home via Dan- Hugh and Polly Caldwell, of Fishing W. F. Heath, Bcatty deputized a cow to ,J. per hundred; ville whee Will Hockcr met them in Crock, nnd loved by all. The remains man nnmd Helton to serve the war-uin- t. The evidence nt the trial was II. Yowcll nt 4 4 cents n pound; his machine nnd brought them home. were brought heTC Friday night, Oct. Poland Chinu boar to A. L. Carter 18th. The funeral sermon was de- to tho effect that Helton went to for $7; Berkshire boar to G. W. livered by her cousin, W. G. Bnllr of Ellis and both got drunk. They enHustonville Koger $5.50; bull calf Walter MarBentty's office just as Beatty Dnn M. Smith, n tenant on Adnm Missouri, from Revelations, seventh tered tin $1G; Berkshire sow and pigs to W. chapter, 13th to 17th verses, after was making out warrants for the Carpenter's farm, brought an ear Rov Spears $20; bunch of 25 hogs arrest of both men for disorderly of corn to town which weighed two whicli she was laid to rest in the conduct and Constable Heath "was to J. D. Eads and Sons at $G.G0. nnd measured Singleton grave yard by the side of pounds six ounces waiting tp serve the warrants. As Bav brood marc to J. K. Baugh- - 13 12 inches in length. It has 20 her husband. mati $140; suckling colt by Gnrraid rows of grains. The eaioxploitcd Mr. W. R. Reynolds, wife and soon as the two entered shooting be" gnu, nnd when the smoke cleared Chief Arthur Brown $43; bay brood ;nn Mliy8Vlle ns banner spec;men children, of Bee Lick, visited relamare Vernon Lear $100; mule colt is but a respectable nubbin in di tives and attended church hero Sat- away Beatty wns dead among bis unfinished warrants nnd Heath was Burdctte Powell $19.50; mensions. Mr. Smith critically se- urday and Sunday. on the floor breathing his last. filly J. Lee Murphy $87.50; ycar-in- g lects his seed corn on the stalk and Rev. W. G. Ball, of Misouri, filled Neither hnd drawn a gun. Ellis and filly Win. Coffey $40; lmy brood has boQii liwake to the importance Rev. C T Clnuneh's regulnr appoint- Helton were seen to run out, carrymarc Woodson Stignll $00; gray of breeding to a desired type. ment here Saturday and Sunday ns ing revolvers. Both were convicted- brood mare G. II. Masters $50; black Dr. Edward Alcorn and Miss Lucy he was engaged in n series of meetwork horse J. P. Gann $5G; aged Were rd'td to Louisville Monday by ings and could not be here. MISS ORA LAIR work horse John Powell $25.75; two the critical illness of little Katherine W. R. Reynolds, of Beo Lick, came inulo James Stringer $85; year-ol- d Alcorn Spnlding. We are glad to and united with the church SaturWins Dinner Set in Sam Robinson's Baled hay in car load lots: one know the little one is thought to be day and was baptized by Rev. W. G. load to O. C. Prather at $14 a toii.Mime ,,ptter ow Contest the Past Week Ball Sunday. com in JU linrrcl lots, one lot to J. The W. C. T. l met nt Mrs. A J. Mrs. Tom Sullivnn, of Lexingaon, Miss Ora Lair won the dinner set B. Foster nt $2.30; same quantity Adams' home last Thursday after- is visiting her parents. offered in Sam Robinson's big Piano to E. V. Carson nt same figure. This noon. The feature of the program Mrs. Mat Bryant, of Somerset, at- contest the past week. The contestcorn i, in the field; 15 bales of was a report from the state conven- tended the burial of her mother Mrs. ants are all working Tohard for votes-Wostiaw to A. Zurbrugg at 17 lield at Mt. Sterling. tion Sallie Gooch Saturday. is 'he time to bring in your bacco crop, Thomas Niinuelley at Mrs. that was J. K. Baughmau was sent as a I $8.75. d. II. Dnigh and Mrs. Amanda votes nnd enst them for your favorI delegate from the local organization Twelve shines of stock in the n H.l I let .01,1.1. , ..,! Wilson and Fox Beazley and Miss ite. Be sure and ask for votes when Itl'l.la ,, ' ,. , Iliistouville National Bank went to', Wilson went to Lexington and you buy. The Minuting nt the Inst ,.' ncn t Grace married Saturday. uruumii inu i ifiiieiiuim count wns: Woodson Stisiill, of Boyle, at $130.-5- 0 were us all. The local union will serve to $141.50. Twenty five shares Irvin Bell, of Phoenix, Ariz., for1 2S,8:i() lunch on election day, the roceeds 4335,830 of stock in tho McKinney Deposit going to the union's pledge fyr the merly of this place, and Lola Gooch 2 a0,0S5 4438,130 Bank were purchased by Win. Cofa 74,385 of Broad Ripple, Ind., were united 4537,175 mountain mission at Hiiidmau. fey nt $25. Tlrree rdiares of stock in Tuesday, in wedlock's holy bonds 435,145 4040,390 Mr. and Mrs. M. F. Herring deire the l'nnville fair association went to October 15th. They will make their 555,875 4739,800 to expres, (heir thanks to those who Woodson Stigall at $24. (i home in Phoenix, Ariz. 32,G30 48 30,450 so kindly presented them with a ftitutc Fifty-tw- o and a half acres of knob 732,850 Miss Lottie Dye, of Indiana, at4071,005 land, lying south of McKinney, went handsome new carpet. 805,700 tended the burial of Mrs. Sallie 5037,025 Mr. and Mrs. Josiuh Bishop are to Sidney Austin nt $4.40 an ncie. fl 133,(135 034.440 Gooch Saturday. .Murphy's roller mill, situated at!"lll'sls ,,f 3Ir- - u"d Mis. J. F. Ware 111 Mr. Wallace Reynold- - left Sunday 5237,855 McKinney. together with, three acres at Danville tins week. 1130,700 for Illinois. 5330.805 P. M'agill, of of laud adjoining, was bought by C Mr. and Mrs. Harry 04 37,740 Mr. A. L. Foster, wife nnd L. Pyles. of 'Hustonville, for $3,005. Chicago, arc touring the southland Mr. and Mrs. Haydcii Mitchell 5510,425 One tract of land containing 55 in their car, and were guests of Mrs. 50 39.G55 1534,000 and Miss Lulu Cox spent Sunday in acres was bought by Tim Hutchin- Emmctt MeCormael; last week. 1G (10,885 Cincinnati. 5738,500 son, of this place, at $05; another Mr. Hal Jones, of Kansas City, Rev. W. G. Ball nnd will lenve 1730,000 5839,150 85 acres went to J. is here for a few weeks. tract containing 1835,020 Thursday for Marathon, O., to visit 5939,200 M. Reynolds, of Wnynesburg nt $08. .Miss Allie Yuutis leturncd to her his uncle, Henry Reynolds, before CO 37,610 1034,050 Each of theso tracts contains a good home at Lancaster Sunday. 20 31,025 CI 37,085 returning to their home in King City, dwelling and outbuildings. Tho home Mr. and Mis. Robeit M. Tate. Dr. Missouri. 02 30,310 2131,745 place of 100 acres, was taken down O. S Williams and Miss Edna Cam-- , i03 35,720 2233,840 nt $102.50, this being the bid of nitz motored to Lexington Saturday. HAIR HEALTH 2334,320 0437,025 John Carter, of Tiirncrsville. Mrs. George W. Frjo has leturned' 2434,180 0530,085 The Buick automobile wns pur- 1'omi a trip to Louisville and Leiug-toIf You Have Scalp or Hah Trouble 2530,445 0039,030 chased by J. S. Holtzduw, $202.50. accompanied by Miss Elizabeth 20 34,G45 0730,895 Take Advantage of This Offer Phillips. 2737,710 0337,270 Mr. Jack Newborn will leave soon Johnson Petrey Wc could not afford to so strong2834,040 0950,325 will accept a ly 20 CI5.700 endorse Rexall "93" Hair Honic Miss Snrah Elunhcth Johnson, for Louisville wheie ho 7061,833 nice position. und continue no sell it as we do, if nnd Simon Petrey, of the East End, 3037,000 7139,030 Mr. and Mrs. Chares Wheeler ar- it did not do all we claim it will. 3134,750 were married Thursday by Rev. T. 7233,055 3235.540 J. Godbey, of Crab Orchard. The rived Friday from Lexington. Mr. Should mr enthusiasm carry us 7338,335 is not able to bo out yet but his away, and Rexall "03" Hair Tonic 3330,050 bride is the daughter of J. II. John7437,218 hoping he will soon not give entiro 3434,530 satisfaction to the 7542,435 son, while the groom is n prominent many friends are himself again. 3534,370 users, they would lose faith in us 7780,491 farmer of his section. They went to be"Mrs. Johnson Elizabeth Back, of 3002.545 7843,330 Middlesboro on their hoiievmoon. nnd our statements, nnd in coiise-(pieiiCity, Tenn., has been the guest of 3730,410 our business prestige would 7039,000 Mr! and Mrs. C. M. Back. i 3S 30.050 8040,735 Sick headache is caused by u daughter,! suffer. Mrs. Mary Rugby and 30 41.010 Wo assure you that if your hair disordered stomach. 8150,970 Take Chamberlain's Tablets and correct that of Danville visited Mr. nnd Mis. W. is beginning to unnaturally fall out '4035.205 8240,235 week. Mr. Speed Orr, I nnd the headache will disappear. O. Speed last 1133,055 or if you have any scalp trouble, 8345,830 of Covington, visited his uncle, Mr.' Rexall "03" Hair Tonic is without For salo by G. L. Penny. 4234,125 8441,175 Speed, last week. iiucstion the best remedy wo know ! $25.00 In Gold Given Away Mis Nannie Cooper, of Morcland, of to eradicate dandruff, stimulate When you have a bad cold you R. M. Newland. tho Life and Fire was (he guest of the Misse Back. hair gioutli nnd picvent premature want the best 'medicino obtainable Insurance agent here, will give u to-- 1 Miss Bcttie Logan has returned baldness. Our faith in Rexall "03" so as to euro it with as little delay bacco show ou the 2nd Monday in f iom Louisville, where she has been Hair Tonic is so stong that we ask as possible. Here is n druggist'3 December, court dav. opinion: "I have sold Chamberin dress i (,e latest style you to try it on our positiw guarI Prizes as Follows: lain's Cough Iteinedy for fifteen making. will be cheerantee that your money years." says Enns Lollar, of Sara$15 iii told for the best six hands j m,, Margaiet McConnack is vis-o- f fully lef milled if it does not do as toga. Ind., "and consider it the best lugs to weigh not less than four ji:,... r.'mnu in Danville. we claim. Two sizes, 50c and $1. pounds. For sale by G. L. Mrs. W. W. Lyons, of Augusta. Sold only at our store Tho Rexall on the market." Penny. .7.5(1 for the second best. tt Kansas, i, the guest of Mrs. Store, Penny's Drug Store. $2.50 for the third best. McConnack. I have lost two hounds, ono medNo trash leaf or red sonsidered Mr. Logan Hubble und sister Miss For land surveying call on M, C. ium sized whito nnd black female,, A. W. King, Danville, Kv.. Judge Hubble, Messrs. Will Newland, Route 1, Stanford, Ky. or and one good sized bluck and tan .... Toil- - ..in. mo t !.., nn.i Miittie Lee A Mfc HIV WWII Jfl4WMiv life insurance. R. M. NEWLAND. Mnrtiu nnd Bona McKeehme. of phone him at 30 W. Crab Orchard. dog. Finder will Ret reward. J. 84-60-t- f. Stanford, nnd the Misses McCor- Thos. Hnckley, Jr. rel-ntiv- es 700-poun11800-pou1-ld I ,1.--chil-iheii, 13-33- ,780 14-38,e n, Kin-inc3. MURPHY'S SALE ESCAPE . j J&kmj 4iivrtH'nfi4 .wv" t.uvwvi THE INTERIOR JOUMIAL 8TAW F0Hf. KMTUCKV. he Interior Journal WOMEN TAKE NOTICE! A man cannot nndentand the torture and iuffrin II. SADFLBT. -- SH ELTON Shot to death while out hunting Birds, Rabbits, Etc., Etc. with our shells. Winchester Leaders and Repeaters are the best for field and trap. Let us quote you prices on the best shell on the market. Froprlttor $1 A YEAB STRICTLY IN ADVANCB pttttflltt at SUnftrd a Knfftti al mJ tUn ma malltr Hf f,r For r DEMOCRATIC TICKET many women much pain and endured H the majority ot men auffcrcd uneompUninlly. patience the weakenin alckncaie that molt women do, they would aak lor quick cure. immediate aympathy and look lor life ol mliery and Many have been aaved Irom iILu aafa Plerce'a Favorite Preacr pllo- n- remedy to the rljht remedy-- Dr. m t containing no naroolica, alcohol or injurioua InjredlenU. to take becaute he publio alterative extract ol rooti, made with port t cerln, nd K. V. fierce, oi me o( women-- Ur. by that lamoua tpeclalitt In the diaeatea Invalida' Hotel and Surgical Imtitute ol Buffalo, N. Y. J"j " At Cost BEGINNING Monday, Oct. 21st, will sell our entire stock of Dry Goods, Notions, Shoes, Etc., at absolute cost This season's newest goods. Nothing reserved. We need the money and mean business. This is the best opportunity you will ever have to save money. Strictly a cash proposition. Goods charged will be sold at the regular price Ftr Fr for Fcr WOODROW WIL80M. T1IOS. R. UAR8IIALL Vnimt HARVET HELM VmUk't 4t(y K. V. PURTEAR Wrtuit lUrltJ. r. 1IOLDAM Jffiitnti W. M. FIELDS MtgirtnitH. C. NEWLAND V. PtttUti frit I ffWF Th tnnonnctnifnti In tbli column r ol Doctor Pierce' Pleatant Pelleta regulate and Invigorate candidate! for offltf, tnbJMt to the action of tiny franuici. atomach, liver and bowel. .Sugar-coatelb Democrat! primary. Mo annoancrmtnti Ma. ItcieuiciHca. will ba mail, nnkta paid for In adraaca: For Klfrt$irtatlcl. V1KOIL McMULLIN. Fcr Shtrlf Marksbury tal darkness. The sexton on being at. B. BAU011MAN B. W. OIVKN8 asked next morning whnt was the Wm. Tuggle sold 20 350-poun- d J. O. WEATllERrORD T. J. HILL, hog" to Vic Lear, the Lancaster matter with the lights replied "There far CcMnty Judge was something the matter with the T. A. RICE buyer at 0 3-- 4 cents n pound. U. r. NOKTU recently purchased pnwboy." (Carbide). Clate Mnrseo Fcr JmUtr FETTON PAKRIRH two acres u iuiirueu iiiiui lor Itcv. Mahnn baptized three candi UEOKOE DEBOKDE DINK PARMER $1,075, about two nnd n half miles dates last Sunday nftcmlon, one of WILLIAM II. HESTER W. A. CARSON from Lancaster on tho Danville whom was the result of the meeting Pslltlcal Announcements Mas.-- T.IM.IR M. Hkmiikiwkr. of Lincoln, NK,B200"8t., : 1 wild a tcMlmmilnl with much lrauro to that ome uttering woman mny know tho true, worth of rpur remrd os. I waaBrontiilTercr (rom femnlo trouble ono bottlo of Dr. IMoron'a Favorite Proscription, Imfriend tuMtA mo to tnke. I found mrjfU very proved. Afur teklns thrm moro tattle, mywl Jmt tho j Lotion TnhlcW, I found U)xes of Dr. l'lerco-road to recovery. I was In poor health for llvo yearn but "I hoixi all women auffrrliwt from fcmulo weakness will glvo Dr. Plerco'a Favorite Prescription a fair trial. L'utk'n5 nr to :::::::: Mm Hughes, Martin & Co. Stanford. Ky. Old PENNY'S, The Rejall Store. For Attellor L. HECK II. OWENS R. H. DKONAUOn P. O. 6ANDIDUK J. II. BOONE P. S. W. T. (JARNER LAFK 1101SUAN Mr. Marsee, who has been moved Inst just closed with the church here. living at Marksbury, The other two will be received ns week to his new home. Kov. Hell, of Sulphur Well, began membcis of the Mt. Hebron chinch. n series of meetings with the pastor Mrs. W. I Jenkins, of Louisville, juke. in Age Hut in Ways MH gentleman's apparel is the hat he wears. Its quali ty, 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 Of Our Business styles of the celebrated, best ot all, Stetson Hats at $3.50, $4 and $5. DI FPERENT 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 knew they'd be popular so we prepared for it. Come and see them at $2.50, $3.50 & $5. You'll enjoy looking at them. Have We Shown Such An HJ.McRoberts STANFORD, KENTUCKY of Plcnsant Grove church Monday came here a few days ago to join ntght, which will continuo for sccr-n- l her luiohand, who has been holding isit days, Democrats and the Tariff n meeting here. After a short Tho ncctylcno lights went out at to friends in Georgetown, they will There is no difficulty in understanding the democratic position on the church a few evenings ago, leav- return home the latter part of the tlie tariff. We get our inforntion ns ing tho amused congregation in to v cek. to how Gov. Wilson, Cbnmp Clnrk and Oscar Underwood stnn on tho tariff from the columns of the Outlook. In the past year, the Outlook magazine ot New York, asked each of these men, leaders of. the democratic party, for an authorized interview. Each one responded with an interview of five or six pages in Icugth, giving in detail aMaiaBBBBBBBBHBBaaVHaVril H ' VaaaHaMHHHaaMsflMHHaliBBBBBMSHHHBHBW their stnnd on the. public questions JTCIm ' 1 11 I BBBa of the day. All three agree in a general way as to what the democratic party should do with regard to the tariff question. They take the position that as tho entire world is under the protective system and that ns the tariff walU f the United States have been bnilt up for many decades, and that as the business of the TIIH beauty, the easy tiding qualities, the comfort and the country is so adjusted to the presare naturally the first wonderful equipment of the ent tariff schedules, it is a serious owner drives his things the observer notes. Hut ns the begin and difficult question how to car month after month, the quality that impresses him most work to revise downwnrd tho tariff is the inherent, inbuilt sturdiness of the car its ability to schedules. Mr. Underwood has often withstand easily all the strain and stress to which n car is used the figure of tho jackscrcw. He put in daily use. This sturdiness is due to the most unremitstates that the tariff is up on stilts, ting care and attention to every detail of construction- - from 20 very much like a house elevated tho selection of the raw material to the completed ear. For exor 30 feet above its foundation. Mr. comes from a mine which was the ample, the iron in the Underwood explains that if we wero main reliance of the government in mnking the powerful Rodto knock the props out from under man camion tho dreadnaught guns of civil wnr fame. Of late tho house and let it down suddenly, years most of the output of this mine has been contracted for be general there would, of course, by railroads, which find no otiier iion o suitable to stand the ruin and destruction. Sensible men, tremendous strain to which cor wheels nro put. use the jnckscrew to bring therefore, Again, thorc are 244 separate drop forgings in the R C II. The tho house down slowly and gradually every part practicable, including R C II factory drop-forg- e to the proper level. This is analagous many which no other manufacturer has heretofore attempted. tariff to the method by which the And drop forgings nro practically indestructible which every must be brought down. Gov. Wilson motorist knows is not true of castings. In every item of R C the view that democrats also takes II construction and equipment tho same staunchness, oturdiness will have to stand for protective dependability is apparent. Time will only make you prouder of schedules as a temporary expedient your car and its equipments. Were ready to demonstrate the the for a number of years and that R C H whenever you say tho word. question of free trade is not an isThe R C II is an economical car: 23 to 28 miles to a gallon of He even takes the view sue at all. gasoline. It C II repair parts cost you less than for any other that a revenue tariff is sot an imcar. Tho R C II is not a luxury. The Roadster is n business mediate issue. The republican cry of need. You can cover moro territory in less time, seo more free trade is tho veriest (ommyrot people, do moro business and make more money. It will bo and designed only to catch the unmighty hard for you with a horse this winter nnd hnrd for the ignorant. thinking and ever delivered horse, too. What other manufacturer hn The only thing Hint can keep Gov. C,000 cars the first 30 months? Woodrow Wilson from being elected Let mo order your auto supplies. president of these United States on the 5th of November will be a feeling on the part of demof ocratic voters. Every democrat who STANFORD, KY. At Lincoln Cmiuty National Bank, loves his country nnd his party must vote this time. Agent for Wclborn Motor Co., Cincinnati, O., distributors for R C II Corporation, Detroit. Mich. William C. Lonir, "U"llThe Car Complete.duUU aaa el better than it ever was. Whilo old in nge it is modern in methods. Our patrons, nnd they nro many, will testify to the fnct that wo take caro of them in n manner both pleasing nnd nntisfnetory. Your pntronngo is respectfully nskctl. Remember our plcdgo of courteous treatment and honorable dealings. Our directory includes some of the most prominent business men nnd farmers in this section of tho county. Try ns, J. S. HOCKER, Pres. H. C. BAUGHMAN, Cashier. S. T. HARRIS, Vice Pres.. W. W. SAUNDERS. Ind. J. R. HARRIS. Bookkeeper. Tho FIRST NATIONAL DANK, of Stanford is tho oldest institution in this section of the state, having been organized March 9, 1854. A bank to hnvo stood the panics thnt hnvo occurred in tho past 58 yearn must bo all right. This bank today is stronger nnd The Wide-Awak- e People ARE LOOKING FOR SOMETHING WE HAVE IT IN LADIES' COAT SUITS. AND II MISSES' COATS AND H SO COME AND TAKE A LOOK. L. L. SASDERS, Crab Orchard, Ky. II stet32r-- Foot Wear To Suit Everybody ovcr-seturi- ty H. C. Carpenter Tans, Gun Metals, Patents and Velours. High tops for men, Ladies and the little ones. FALL GOODS NOW COMPLETE Come and see them 0 SJ h Honor Roll of Lincoln Democrats $ : We have a full stock of Heating Stoves, Coal Vases Coal Hods, Grates, &c Call and see them. if In response to tho appeal to pubcitizens to with Woodrow Wilson in his intention to accept no money from interests, in the financing of the campaign, the I. J. has opened an Honor Iloll of thoso citizens who nro willing to assist in tho good fight. Checks should bo mado payable to W. 0. Davis, Treas., and nil lecoived will bo acknowledged by tho I. J. in theso columns nnd forwarded to the campaign treasurer. lic spirited self-seeki- GoodFurniture Is Cheaper than it has been in the last ten years at our store. Come to see us for Druggets, Rugs, and all kinds of floor coverings, Comforts, Blankets, Lace Curtains, Shades, Wall Paper & Trunks. Sam Robinson Previously A friend J. C. Uniley i eported $72.50 3.00 3.00 CLOAKS We have just received a complete line of Ladies', Misses' and Children's Cloaks. J. C. McClary W.RHi ggms Stanford, Ky. UNDERTAKER W. A. Tribble AND EMBALMEM &SJ W. E. PERKINS Crab Orchard, Ky STANFORD KENTUCKY. Office Phone 167. - Home Phone 3R. THE INTERIOR JOURNAL STANFORD. KENTUCKY. Bronnugh, of Crnb Minn Annio Orchnrd, wan tlio guest of Mrs. J. F. Iloldnm, Thursday. .Mr. V. M. Ware niul Mnncie, ROAL BakingPowdcr AbsolutelyPure I f McKinnoy, daughter,, wcro the Hubble, jo guests of Mrs Thurstlny. Snmnntlm Years withCoughs Cherry Pectoral. makes us have great confidence in it for coughs, colds, bronchitis, weak throats, and weak lungs. We want you to have confidence in it, as well. Ask your own doctor what experience he has had with it. He knows. Keep in close touch with him. l A Black Tailored Suit THERE dressy. 2. SHORT LOCAL NEWS For sale, nt Crnb Orchard, n houso nud largo lot, opposite the Baptist church. Hcv. Father Leo, Otteuhcim Wayncshurg I. 0. 803 For Hont. entcd: low cnll We have had seventy years of experience with AVer's This Cooking under modem methods tmd conveniences is made so attractive the whole family is becoming interested. "These biscuits are delicious; this cake is excellent," says the father. " I made them," says the daughter, and both father and daughter beam with pleasure. Royal Baking Powder has made home baking a success, a pleasure and a profit, and the best cooking today the world over is done with its aid. Mr. Alfred Pence spent several day in Cincinnati last week. Mr. Anderson Nuniiclley went to Winchester Wednsdny, on business. D. H. S.mtlinrd, of Mt. Vernon, was here on busincs Wednesday. Thos. Hurdctte, of Hurgiti, has been relalies here. Mi.s h'allio Hurdctte is tho guest Nnc at Huston-vilot Miss Mnlindn g k. rent; for informntion 80-t- f. Storeroom well lo- - nt this office. Money to Lonn. From $1,000 to $25,000) nt f per cent, with good renl cstnto security. E. D. Penning-to- is nothing a lady buys that better service or is the correct thing for more occasions, than a black tailored suit always neat and We are showing an unusually attractive line in all the fashionable materials, such as U. S. Serge, American Serge, and Broadcloth....We show them in straight and cutaway styles, with Just enough trimming We offer an Cheviot Serge Suit, Satin Lined, at SJO.00 all-wo- ol n, it i One of Ayer't Pills it bedtime will mum an increased now or one ana proauce d gentle laxative effect tbe day following. Penalty on School Tax will be box. Show on Nov. 1. in Crnb OrchnTd dis Formula on each underatand at It to you a glanca. He will Oct you receipt from Miss U. doctor. one pill at bedtime, uat one. trict. Doae, M. Lackey nt Crnb Orchard linnu. U4. T " IH year 1013, brick For rent for You want the best policy when More room in Stanford, corner of Main ntul Lancaster Mrcots, oppo you Insure. See Fish V Bromley. site courthouse. J. S. Hocker. 80tf Stanford, Ky. Insure everythina. 78-8- p. nd-de- Stanford, Ky. wi t i Personal and Social. guest of Mrs. l.ucy Tate. A. C. Sine went to New Haven Nelson county Monday to look after the Mnrcnbi'o lodge there. Misa Mary Dunn, of Danville, is the guest of Mr. ntid Mrs. J. W. ltnughninn. Mrs. Mary Parsons is visiting and friends in Corbin tins Joe NciiiH, of Lancaster spent a week. week with his mother, Mrs. Muttie Mrs. Bcttio Jones, of Mt. Salem, Xnvius here. gucM of her sister, Mrs. LU-ri- c Mrs. Mattio Nevius hns been visMocker, iting Mrs. G. N. Hrndley at Pcrry-ill- e Mrs. W. P. Kmcnid was in several days. the Wednesday attending Mrs. Woodic Hale is the guest of Christian church convention her daughter, Mrs. H. C. Wray at Mrs. Laura Hundley hna been Danville. quite ill for several days ith a very Mrti. A. C. Hill was in Lancaster deep cold. Wednesday, tho guest of relatives Mrs. Joi-- Hall is hero from and f I lends. tho guest v)f her daughter, Mrs. J. II. Pnxton was the guest Mr. Bohon Campbell. R.ibinsoii, Hartley wns in Louis- of her mother, Mrs. Jane Mrs. Lucy at Idiiii'iiMcr, Wednesday. conville last vcek at Christian Mix. Adelin Woods is the guest vention. of Indon, of her sister, Mrs. H. L. Wallace nt Mrs. W. S Grin-toa- d, U ho pa" of hrr daughters, Mrs Pn.nl I ;! Taubman, Kansas Mrs. George dames J. II. Hams ntul J.W. Ilnvnut Mist Mary Kcndrick Duddornr Citv. is tlio truest of Mrs. John vho has had scarlet focr, was tiblw Itaiiglimnn nnd other relatives. to bo in town Saturday. Mr. J. T. Wilkinson spent bcvcrnl Mr. Mmlison Snndidgc and Mis davs in Lcxinctou and Richmond Mattio Bishop, of Moroland, were in this week. town Saturday. Ami daughter, H. H. McRoboits Mr. II. 1). Phillip' nttended the .Miss Lettie Mne, of Lancaster, were National' convention of the Christian here Thursdny in their motor ear, churches in Louisville last week. Itss Minnie Woods is visiting her Mr. Jamil) Thompson came down aunt, Mrs. H. L. Wallace at Paint from Mt. Vernon Friday to spend Lick. fccvcrnl days with Mr. I It. Hughc. Mrs. Ed Wilkinson is the guest of Mr. and Mrs. II. C. Wray and Wilkinson at children, of Danville, s.itnt Sunday her siscr, Mrs. It. It. .Mrs. Lancaster. mother, with Mrs. Wray' nnd Mrs. Mrs. U G. Pearson Woodio Hnle. are the guests Miss Allio Ynntis, of Lancaster, Ncoly, of Sclmn, Ala., brother, Kev. D. M. Walker. who has been visiting rclaaivcs and oftheir Mrs.Annie Newland is tho guest lricnds in Huston, illc, returned to of her daughicr, Mrs. M. Adams and her home Sunday M. Ncwlaml, nt Lexington. Rev. R. 11. Noel has returned home son. Joe Miss Lclia Hello Jones, of Danville, where he has been for from is the guest of Miss Loii-ni- e a week or so with his daughters, Goode. trneted attack of bronchitis. Mrs. J. A. Carpenter, of Perry-illMr. and Mrs. Jnnies T. Mcnefee, is hero visiting Mrs. Lcvisn of Knowillc Tenn., wcro hero SunMonday with the former's Martin. day and Mr. W. L. Kennett and Mrs. J. parents, Mr. nnd Mr?. J. N. McneS Hilton, of Louisville, have been fee. II. M. J. T. Enibry, of the Auditor's of- the recent guests of Mrs. New land. fice, Frankfort, spent Sunday nnd Mr. Wilbur Goodo nnd family, Monday with his family here. IIo is who have been in Winchester for buffering with n severe cold. sex oral months, havo returned home t'.ir tho winter. Miss Sue Taylor Engleman, who has had a long sicgo of typhoid fever, is ablo to bo up and is rapid-l- y gaining strength. nothing so rapidly restores health Dr. .1. H. Perkins, of Garrard and vigor as SCOTTS EMULSION. county, is hero with his sister, Mrs. It is the essence of natural J. (. Eubanks, nnd figuring on so medically perfect here. Col. Hull Duddernr has been very that nature immediately appropriates and distributes it to every ill for severnl days, and his friends organ, every tissue feeding, nnd Joveil ones havo been uneasy nourishing and restoring them to about him. lie wns reported as slightly improved Friday morning. normal activity. Mis. Portmiin of Liberty, who 1ms EMULSION is not a SCOTT'S sister, Mrs. Ed been patent medicine, but is nature's Wilkinsonhating her Lancaster Wedwont to with curative, visit her sistcr,Mrs. 11. H. upbuilding properties and without nesday to for a few days. Wilkinson a drop of drug or alcohol. It conGeorge Ellis of Cunningham, Kas. tains superior cod liver oil, the arrived Tuesday night to spend a hypophosphitcs of lime and soda week with his parents and bisters. with glycerine, and is so delicately His mother i in u very low state of emulsified that it enters the system health. without digestive effort builds, Mrs. Sam C. Laekoy uud dough-te- r, tones and sustains. little Miss Stella Tevis Lackey, After croup, whooping cough, of Ilnrrodsburg, havo been guests measles and other child ailments it of Mr. nnd Mrs. J. C. Hniley and is nature's ally in restoring health. family nt Crab Orchard. After grippe or pneumonia it Mr. Chester Mctcalf and sister, imparts strength and health, and Christine, havo returned to their for colds, coughs, sore, tight chests homo at Paint Lick, after a visit to and throat troubles SCOTT'S Mise Lena and Mary Deo Hock at EMULSION gives the greatest relief McKinnoy and Mr. Many Cnrtor and siiter, Miss Florence, of thin kuown. city. Scott & Dowwe, lUocnifictl, N.J. rel-ntihc Lou-isvillo Lou-caMo, Mr. Grundy, of Lebanon, is the Sunday services at the Baptist 0T1TS or OHIO CITT or tOUDO. f U'CM CoriTT. f church: Preaching by the pnstor, Knk ruAxt JCntMl milM (wih tht tw oln J. Chimt morning and evening; morning serv- urlnrr ol Xhr Drm olofF.Tolnlu. County Cr. Matt and In II tnwlw Cllr kiM firm ice 10:15 A. M., subject "Enlarging HcmwH. n.l iht IK1LLAIIS will pr tne turn ol for nirh and tnr ONK llUNDni.li lhi the Kingdom;" evening service 7:30 twr l CattMii CIKCrannot b rurnl br Ue u ol IUU.I THANK 1 CIIKNF.V. P. M. At the close of the morning Sworn to bf for m and ivibsrrilioil In mr prtnencf. sen ice nn offering will be miide for ttjU Ith dar of Dmabcr. A. I).. IM. A. W. OLF.ASON. I stnto missions. S. S. '.1:30 A. M. NoTT PCBUC. We don't think you will see the equal of our American Serge, two-yeSatin lined suit at $15.00. Other excellent values at $20, $25 and $30. ar Cth blood and Lost in Stnnford court day ni dtrrftlr upn the irviimonisis. tnuroua aurfacra ot tbe irrr-oroa lor CO. Toledo. O f. J. CIILNCV black, unflnMicd worsted overcoat: rniem. all Fold br nrurfUt. t!e. made hv Lew Bros.. .Clothing Co. of Rochester, N. Y. Silk throughout homes and debirnble Several and lupela faced with silk. $10 sale for return to W. It. Ilurton, Imildim: lots in Stanford for 83-- 3 Apply to Harvey Helm. Sj-- 3 Lnncnster, Ky. All having clnims nrzainst the es Harry Jacobs, the McKinney tate of Curtis Gover, deceased will man, Las closed a contract please present thorn promptly provfor the erection of a handsome en to the undersigned.1 Those inmonument to tho memory of the Into debted to him will please promptly Mrs. Maggie Gover, Samuel IL Shanks. The monument settle snrae. will weigh about 30 tons nnd will be Admx. or W. S. Hurdi, Stanford. of tho finest cpiality of granite. Mr. Mr. Hluett, re'rrescnting II. J Jacobs hns nut m nearly half ol Ulein fc Co., will be nt our btore on the costly monuments that have Oct. 31st and will give a demonstra been erected in HufTnlo Springs cemyears and his lion of their 57 Varieties. The Naetery in the pnst two tional RUcuit Co. will nlso have a work always gives satisfaction. representative. Shall be glad to A splendid program was rendered have you come in and sec them. W, u."....,,. Rfi.9 "" by tho Hoyds, the first number of ir AIJlll-- . il. tho Lyceum course program, at tho A TEXAS WONDER. oprrs houso Tuesday night. It consisted of readings, vocal and instiu-liientThe Texas Wonder cures kidney music. The heaviest piunis-ti- c and bladder troubles, removing grav number wns a duet, marked by el. cures diabetes, weak nnu lame humorous strain and brilliant exe- backs, rheumatism, and nil irregucution was Glitekspicl by Keler ltihi. larities of the kidneys nnd bladder This was followed by a vocal duct, m both men nnd women. Regulates a passionnte bladder troubles in hildren. If not Gypsies by Hrahms lyrienl rhapsodic. The program was sold by your druggist, will be sent interspersed with snappy, humorous by mail on receipt of $1: One small selections of song, sketch and rend- bottle is two months' treatment, and ing. The next number on the pro- seldom fails to perfect a cure. Send gram will be Lauraut, the great Ma- for testimonials from Kentucky nnd gician, on Nov. 30th. A crowded other states. Dr. E. W. Hall, 2920 house will see this wonderful man Olive street. St. Louis, Mo., Sold by Shngnrs nnd Tanner. of mysteries. . Haifa Catarrh "i, Can It takfti tntfmally and arta i rt-w-ard Severance & Son. Desirable roonw for rent over W. H. Ilngriny store after Jan.l 1013. prepared to do cleaning, repairing nnd pressing, promptly nnd nicely. Office at Ed Wilkinson's barber shop. Give wc a trial. Perry Mc84-- lp Lean, Stanford. 1 nm inon-ume- nt FIRE INSURANCE SURETY BONDS K.HNEWLAHD STANFOKS, KY. E. D. Pennington, Cawity Survayar General Farm Surveying 52-6- m Phone 172, Stanford, Ky. Mrs. I'eail Daniel", of Rowland, a has bought of Phillips conncte bungalow now under conHro-?.- , GETTING AHEAD When the officers of this bank see a depositor making steady gains in his balances, our confidence in him grows. When n depositor who has won our confidence requires money with which to develop his business, our large resources enable us to give his: all the credit his financial condition warrants. Tho merchant, the manufacturer, tho builder, tho farmer who does business at this bank, receives its finnncinl support when lie needs it. We invito all vtho want the of a strong, losourecful bank to becomo depositors of the al struction on Whitley avenue, for The building will be completed when Mrs. Daniels will by Dec. move into it. $1,-00- 0. lt I have a nice display of hats for Indies and children; would lie glad to have vou call nnd see them. Mr. 80-- 3 C. M. Young, Highland. Lincoln County Naltional Bank Capital $100,000 Surplus $100,100.00 Corner Next to Courthouse. Rev. Frank W. Allen, of Columbia, Mo., will preach at the Christian church on Sunday morning at 10:4o o'clock. All nre invited. Upholstering Get your furniture) recovered; first clns work or no pay. Full line of coverings. Wc call at yonr houso to estimate. Wo are here only temporarily and can be found in room next to Carter's livery stnble on Depoa street. Give us your order, don't wait. Satisfaction guaranteed. M. Stanford. Ky. Resources $500,000 Bowels are Basis of Child Health The careful mother, who watches closely the physical peculiarities of her children, will soon discover that the most Important thine In connection with a child's constant Kood health Is to keep tho bowels recularly open. Sluggish bowels will be followed by loss ot appetite, restlessness during sleep. Irritability and a dozen and one similar evidences of physical disorder. At the Hrst sign of such disorder give the child a tesspoonful of Dr. Caldwell's Svrup I'epsln at night on retiring and repeat tho iloao tho following night If necessary more than that will ecurcely bo needed. You will find that tho child will recover Its accustomed good spirits at onco and will eat and sleep normally. This remedy Is a vast Improvement over salts, cathartics, laxative waters and similar things, which are altoccther Mrs. Carrie McDonald. 1C Trigs; Ave., Memphis, Tenn., and Mrs. Sallle B. Griffith. Veechdalr, Ky.. are always supplied with Dr. Caldwell's Syrup Pepsin, and with Father Unron, Manager, expert upholsterers SHERIFF'S SALE Jly virtue of Execution No. 648 diiectcd to me, w,hieh issued frum the clerk's office of tho Lincoln circuit court in favor of J. L. Black-erb- y against J. B. Maybrier, I, or one of my deputies, will, on Monday, the 11th day of November, 1012, between the hours of 1 and 2 o'clock P. M., nt the court houe door in Stnnford, county of Lincoln, Ky., expose to public sale to tho highest Shoes ForI Mother Daughter A too powerful for a child. The homes of 'Son AfteranySickness them, as with thousands of others, thero is no substitute for this grand lazatle. It Is really more than a laxative, fer It contains superior tonic properties which help to tone and strengthen the stomach, liver and bowels so that after a brief use of It all laxatives can be dispensed with and nature will do Its own work. Anyona wishing to make a trial of this remedy beforo buying It In the regular av of a druggist at fifty cents or one dollar a largo bottle (family size) can havo a sample bottle sent to the homo freo of charge by simply addressing Dr. bidder, tho f,lloung propcity (or W. II. Caldwell. 405 Washington St.. Montlrello. III. Your namo and address so much thereof as may bo necesuna postal card will do. sary to satisfy tho amount of the SHOES for the whole family inthe Fall Styles and New Shapes, in all kinds and grades of leather. plaintiffs debt, interest aud costs) towit: Tract of land containing 50 acres, more or less, located in Lincoln county, Ky., on tho head waters of Green river and bounded by the FISH & BROMLEY TODAY about that insurance. Better have a policy now than to have the neighbors say then, "He didn't have any insurance." MR. PARMER nt lands, mi the south by Roley; west by Abner Young nnd Itnnsom Baugh, cast by tho lands of A. J. Maybrier and north by tho lands cf J. A. May! brier, near Highland, levied on as tho property of J. B. Maybrier. Same was conveyed to tho said Maybrier by deed from B. D. Iliatt and wife of date November 10, 190S recorded in deed book 43, jingo 3SI'. The amount of this execution is .n!!).1G, Get Ready for winter while you can find what you want. rcsiJcnco. and nlaeo Yourself in it position to cet tho latest market nuota-tiont anv time. This etin bo nccomnlished bv means of our telcohono service which vou umi vour neighbors enn cet for n sum that is smnll compared with tho benefit received. Call or address our nearest offico.or writo direct to headnuurters. Nusbvillo. Tenn.. for information rcenidinz our suecinl "Fartucis Line" rate. If, vou arc not nt present cm'ovini; soiviee. wi! cun immcdintelv interest vou. Our lines cover tho States of Kcntdokv. Tennessee. MissWsiuoi. Louisiana and tho Southern portion CUMBERLAND TEL. & TEL. CO. of ludiana and MitioW. ns tele-nbo- TELEPHONES. RURAL vour as modem for vour family as Make home n nic no with interest nt C per cent from the first day of December, 1S00 until paid and $1.80 costs nnd tho fmther costs of this action. This wile, will also bo mndo Subject to a deferred claim )f $300 against snid hind ns owing ou same as purchase money; levied upon as the property of J. B. Maybrior. Terms Snlc will bo made on n credit of three months, bond with approved security required, bearing interest nt tho rate of 0 per ccut per annum from day of snlo and having tho forco and offect of a tale bond. This 29tli day of August! W. L. McCarty, S. L. C 1912. Cummins fe Wearen Clothes. Stanford, Kentucky Home of All-Wo- ol -- ifA THE IWTEWItW JtUBKAL tTAiFOW. KENTUCKY. Public Sale of Horses, Mules and Cows At l;30o'clock, Tuesday, Oct. 29, i FARM AND STOCK NEWS MORE AI0UT THE Anti-Saloo- ANTI SALOON S. M. Owens, Ool. J. P. LEAIUE I linvo five good steers for xnle. Bro! K. A. Palmer, state superinJo-- . 80lp tendent of the Imllon. n League, I linvo n froh Jersey lieifer for in n lengthy nrtielo to the American unle. T. D. Newlnnd, Stanford 85-- 1 Issue, claims I ntn incorrect in sevFor pole, nbout 100 heml of hogs. eral statements about tho A. S, Henry Itiddcr, nenr Ottonlicim. 85 3 Lengue. He says "There was paid Housfe in llrindlo row, crop o(T right ear, on the 1911 subscriptions ami cnxh collection for the ehtlrches of enmo to my plnco Sept. 10 Owner enn county $130.38." I ntn get her by paying for Ibis notice nnd Lincoln willing to ndmit that. But is it too Has of room. All modern lior keep. Frank Aitkin, Mnrclnnd.lp to be pnldf tobacco. for house. connection weight late for tho other pledges Estrnv.; blnek steer enlf: Mrs. Frances E. Benuchump when Gets Largest price for tobucco. Tho nbout 525 pounds; left my plnee Oc speaking for local option in Lincoln 19th. Kcwnrd. Fox Duddernr, Row county, told me that from the best Best of Loose Leaf Warehouses. 85tf land, Ky. Como to seo us. courteous Careful informnaion she could gol, tho MO acres by Two small shoats came to my churches I wiH offer to the htohest bidder my farm, centalnjiw of Lincoln were giv. I rmy. located on waters of Hamilno Fork, ius t Iroad I mttt fJcKto-ney- pace, about four weeks ago. Owner, ing about $200. I showed my manMARKET OPENS TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 19TII. ,ra east of Hustonvllle. on Q. 4 miles can get snme by describing, paying uscript to Elder D. M. Wnlkcr. of i Llncol i cewity .Brews 1s cemWereH one of the best farms This farm for this notice and their keep. Sirs Stanford, who is a member of the 85-- 3 whftat. corneals, hemp and tobacco as, much dot fere as "W farmjn Snrah Dayton, McKinney. temperance committee, nnd o co12 rooms, all out bu the county, dwelllm. house of fence and For Rent. My farm of 250 worker with the A. S. Ii. After rend-in- g tarn stock barns, one 12 acre tobacco Inbarn. county. Lots of never fall-in- n acres 35 acres for corn, 3G for the the paper, he volunteered the well watered. One of the best snrina wheat or oats, 50 acres in meadow, remark that the Lincoln county water good Also has balanco in grass. DweHInq house nicely arranged for two families. chuTches were giving nbout $300 to dwelling house, bam and all out the same time I will sell The Warfield. one of the; finest trettlnj buildings. For further information the A. S. Ij. I said to him "Aro you the angels cannot tell one from the At I Stallions in Kentucky. His colts can be seen at the sale to address Mrs. Geo. Logan, Stanford, sure of that!" He said he was. other. It is no wonder to mo that T. ... Ky., West Main street. themselves. then in his presence changed the fig74tf M. ftilmore, of the Model License Ww also sell aii mv fine fcrood mares, ocldinqs. Jennets, cattle, ures. Bro. P. cites us to the 1911 For Sale. Fine mulo jack. This and calves, farmlnq implements, crop, etc he not League, cnlls "tho lenders of the cows Why did Every year thousands upon thousands of farmer! jack is in a class by himself ns a subscriptions. n Lengue hypocrites. All small oraln has been sown: 70 acres wheat up nicely, timothy mule jack. You will linvo to seo this mention the 1912 contributions 7 In lose their hogi with cholera. You can save your hogs The Christ whom I claim to love sewn: can five possession January i. iio. inck and his colts to nnnrccintc him, 1911 the temperance people were and honor said "That every idle from this dread disease if you will begin at once and (To must bo sold by Nov. 15 ns I will aleep; TERMS made known on day of sale. in 1912 they were aroused leave for the south after that time. over the local option fight and ready word that men shall speak, they give them Turner's colts have sold this senson to give. He snys the state of Ken- shall give an account thereof in the nt $130. in 1910 several sold at the Matthew 40 day of judgment." Brodhoad fair for $125. B. B. King tucky pay slightly move thnn Then what about the ballots we cast? estimatper cent of the $24,0000 as 83-Moreland, Ky. I Xow slightlv more than In the great judgment day hope He For Rent The farm of 153 acre ed by me. 10 per cent of $24,000 is $10,000. will not look me in the face with belonging to the Martin heirs located of loe nnd' pity is sufficient to keep sever- thnt explosion about two and n half miles from 'flint sum which He alone can bestow, and sny al men in elegance nt Frankfoit Use it in the food and drink and your hogs will Crab Orchard on Lancaster pike, during the sitting of the legislature. "In yonder world I gave my life for never have the right on the river: good house on cholera. Don't wait until they get lick. know nbout you, but you did not give up your premises, tobacco barn nnd other If any one desires to You votparty for m Begin giving your hogs this medicine now. It is the "blood sucking." buildings; eah rent. For further Itev. g Mnrgett's proclivities, ask W. ed with the emissaries of evil to per. only remedy in the world sold under a Guarantee Bond information npply to Leonard Mar money-gettinI). Edmiston, of Crab Orchard. Ky. petuntc the Kingdom of Satan and p tin, (hub Orchard. flicir lot is your portion." I hope to prevent and cure hog cholera. Elder W. G. Montgomery, of More-lanJohn C. Pepplcs sold to Henry than that. Ky., some months ngo told me to hne a better 'record And may the Lord help us nil to Hester n work mule for $185. that he had sent part of his pledge T. 1). Nowland sold to Albert Von to Bro. Palmer with a request that live for His honor nnd glory nnd the Griieuigan a Jersey cow for $40. n. financial statement of the A. S. L. uplift of huuianitv. A. W. CARPKNTKR. V. W. Walter, of this city, sold to be sent him. After waiting quite n (Advertisement) while, he sent a more urgent lequest. . B. Burton, of Lancaster, n On Oct. 19th he told me no statehorse for $150. For Sale. 1,000 bushels of stripJ. Kevin Carter, of Stanford, sold ment had been received. Bro. Montped blue crass seed. Extra quality. to Sligall, of Boyle, n gray buggy gomery is pastor of the Christian chinch at Moreland and claims he 80 cents per bushel in 50 bushel lots mare for $150. W. P. Grimes delivered Saturday has n right to know what becomes Must bo taken this month. H. C. 83-Bright. Danville, Kv. to Dr. S. O. Eads, of Boyle county, of his money. HERE'S THE HOG READ THIS LETTER 10 yearling feedors at 5 2 ceuts. The (It It dny of last March while A Severe Sickness Leaves standing near a window in the D.m-illThey averaged 750 pounds. The Kidneys Weak BOURBON REMEDY CO., Ky., passenger depot, n "well A. T. Kunnellcy, the local stock Lexington, Kjr. die.-se- d After recovering from a severo gentleman approached me yard man, bought of J. L. Benzley, "EncloMd find photo of a hoj thit wn curJ ot choltt nilhjour Bourbon Hog spell of sickness some time ugo, I Cholera a mile out on the Danville pike, u mid .said "Do you live here! ' I reRemedy. Tht hoj w almott dead More uing thit medicint and then down and suffering from wat tntirthctircd eictpt the Iom of can, tail.ctc. plied "About ten miles south." Ho wns all run bunch of calves at $11 n head. blond. I would lmv pnjna in Ew.sg, Scilsg C(mo, Kf. Ut wiii Ik g!ad (u The hog ifaowned by Mr. Skilct poor gin jroo teacirooaiai and wt Bile Huldel limn bought fiuiu J. C. Mild "Whtil is your occupation f" I my back und hips an my kiduoys can get Kmal more if you want them." MeClary a nice buggy ond family leplied "A clodhopper farmer.' He bothered be all the time I started JENKINS-SUBLET- T DRUG CO., horse for $80. He will ue him snid "That was once my occupation taking Swamp-Houpon the reBowling Grccfl. Kjr- when he moves out to the nice little but perhaps I have fallen from commendation of a friend and found it was just what I needed. My farm he recently bought nt Hayden's grace. I am the State SuperintendGUARANTEED n League. My blood became all right and after MONEY BACK ent of the Switch. W. II. Shanks of tlii city, who is name is Palmer." We nt once began taking a few bottles, I was surprisThit wonderful remedy it alio guaranteed to prcrcnt wormi, thumpe, acourct overlook on conducting a luige live stock busi- to discuss the liquor question. Soon ed ut the effect it had oo my kidnd all lircr disorders. It regulates the bowels, aids digestion and cause hogi n neys. They were entirely cured and ness in Columbus, Ga., bought of J. after we began to talk, 1 said "I do I have most feed much to be thankful for that fatten quickly. Use it and get your money back if you don't find it the best hog wi-- li to take any advantage of your great remedy did for me. II. Woods a pair of mares for $300; not remedy made. on. $26.00 of B. D. Holtzclaw a mare for $110; 5 on. but I am a Yours very truly and n gelding for $150; of James Prohibitionist nnd opposed to the W. O. BLACKMON, COSTS ONLY FIVE CENTS PE1 MONTH FOR EACH HOG Lengue." In our talk Rogers n gelding for $150. Mr. Phenix City, Ala. Sworn to nnd subscribed before NOTICEi Thla la Ik ramacty tfcay ara all Irylarf lo Imitate. IWwara Shanks will ship them nt once to his I nsked how it wns that in 1903 Ohio and Indiana, the two lending me, this the 14th dny of July 1909. of Imitations! Aak your drudilat for Bourbon Hob Cholera Remedy yards nt Columbus. W. J. Birg, Justice of tho Peace. ' J. D. Ends, a mile out oft the DanAutiSiiIoou Lenguo states in the and accept noae but BOURBON. ville pike, sod to B. D. Holtzclaw, union elected n liquor license Itcpub. SHUGARS L TANNER. Stanford. Kentucky. 11 Letter to the Wulnut Flat stock man, a bunch Menu, President Taft and DemocratDr. Kilmer ft Co. and hogs at $7.10. In ic whisky governors, llaimou of 40 Binqhamton, N. Y. tho consignment was one from Mis Marshall 1 He has my consent to Itertn Kads that weighed 310 pounds publi.sh his answer. And also my Prove What Swamp Root Will Do nnd for which she received 8 cents consent to publish that sweet Chris, For You. tiiiu spirited document that he wrote Send to Dr. Kilmer & Co., a pound K. Y., for a sample bottle. Bean & Lancnster representatives about me, (a poor, insignificant Pro. of n large livestock Ann of Hater, hihition crank), and brought to It will convince anyone. You will III., were in Lincoln in- -t week, nnd Stnnfonl and tried to get the Liu-co- also reecho a booklet of valuable county tempetnnce committee information, tolling all about the made the following purchases of kidneys and blndder. When writing stock traders nnd farmers: of Fred to sign, but failed. be sure to mention tho Stanford InNow, if Bro. Palmer has fallen E. Bniimnnii two cows for $92.50; of Regular fifty cent terior Journal. WE WILL SELL AT PUBLIC OUTCRY ON P. Woods n cow and two heifers for from gtace as he intimated to me, I nnd size bottles for sale $85; of R. C. Arnold a heifer for hope and tru-- t it is not as far as is at all drug stores. $21; of Win. Beck three cows, for rcjKirted of two of his predecessors, WWH!W!!"; 140; of J. B. Foster two cows for namely, G. W. Young and J. W. West, and a number in other states $110; of George Lunsford a cow at --5 $35; of Ollie Murphy n cow and ii whose i mines tire mentioned in the BEGINNING AT 10 O'CLOCK A. M.. OUR FARM CONSISTING OF 208 ACRES OF BLUE GRASS LAND. A LOT OF GOOD STOCK. heifer for $75; of Fred VonGrueni-gn- n National Issue of St. Louis. But I certainy think he is a great way CROPS, AND OTHER PROPERTY. two cows for $110; of A. five cows for $200; of G. from grace, so long ns he claims to in C. (livens one cow nnd two heifers be n Christian nnd opposed to tho Kejr. No. 4 171). The Farm: for $102.50: of J. L. Benzley three liquor traffic and then casts n balsaddle bred bay One farm located 2 mile west o 1 row, for $157.50; of John Stringer lot so much like Frank Fehr's, John homo by dies. Peuvine, Subject llubtonville, on Itradfordsville turnone cow for $45. The Illinois firm Whnllen's nnd Tom Tnggart's Hint to legist ration. pike. Tliis farra- has one say there is u good demand for such dwelling house nml one 4 room ten 1 weanlinj; colt, by Dignify Dare. Administrator's Sale. market stuff ns they found here and ant house, both in uood repair. Mho 1 horrel mare, bred to jack. it is their intention to return every '1 tohaeeo burns uiiit'h will hold 2,71 1 brown mare, bred to jack. As Administtntor of Mrs. Lucy fall and buy up n enr load or two. Hamilton, I will se)l ut public outnetcs of good tobucco, one xtock I family mure, bred to horse. 1 cry, on the premises nenr Rowland, Kclilintr. trottinir bred. ha r n nml all oilier necessary on This land is rich, well 1 soriel venrliiij; geldinc, by All l'ca- viue. Saturday. Oct. 26, 1912 wnteied, lies perfectly for successPUBLIC SALE Her household and kitchen furniture ful cultivation, in fiuo neighborhood 1 filly colt, by All I'cnwue. I will nffor my funn for snlo conconvenient to churches nnd excellent .'I HiicMiiur mule colts; 2 yearling sisting of 50 ncros on the Greeu riv- stock consisting of cows, cahes ami mules. bCllOJl. PHONE 153. er 2 'j miles east of McKinney on liogs nnd also u lot of corn and 300 wishing to look at this 1 pair woik mules; 1 An one bales of timothy hay, fanning imthe Jumbo pike on mule. plements etc. Terms. Under $10 farm can find me in Ilustouvillo or Thursday. Nov. 14. 1912 my sou on said farm, or can phone Cattle: This faun is level and under good cash; over 3 mouths noto with good Jersey milk cow; II Jer me nnd I will meet them at train nt 1 fences. Good for corn and grass. spcimtv with interest trom dav of A BANK is a public institution 81-sey heifers; 7 weanling steer Moreland. 10 itcies of fine timber land, 5, ucres sale. W. D. Pooch. Admr. with its interests bound up in the cnlvcs. Horses: of meadow, lj) ucres of pastille, the community in which it exists. " ' One naddlo bred chestnut sorrel 2 largo brood sows and somo shouts reiiinindcr for corn. -mare, Ite. No. SSL'.'i; has record ns A few choice ewes nnd one buck. A new house, bnrn 32x40 to all the Every responsible citizen like yourself has a right Crops. Etc. meat show mure, lireediii" show smiilcy house of two rooms buggy fKffikijBfef&i colts that have won 1st premiums in Will sell 2 interest in 13 ncres of help we can give. Come in and let us know each other. house and wood shed, tenant house homo of bext stnkes; in foal now to tine tobacco; a lot of loose nnd bal of fiiur rooms. 1VCHM0ND.KY. All PeuNiuc. ed uaw A lot oi com in shock; Will nlno sell household and kit1 A Training; Illuvk ninre, bred t i.oiiio fodder; implements nud housechen furnituie, which is now, all of Jack. School for Teachers hold goods ton unmet ous to men my stock, a suw and grist mill and 1 saddle bred bay hone, lion. I'criiis Easy, , lumber, crops and n vacant lot nt iBtrriurtUl tiil Llh HUl. U.r HBHI llfu. r V.U4 U all C.IU McKinney, and other things too AND KM. (mw1i UNDERTAKER Schawl toitUKtr. Ky. Stanford, Capital $50,000. Surplus $500 CorM i Krl numerous to mention. DEAL ALSO ALMEM. MM' MUM. TUW FIN t ! ih BolitM.. TA.iUaillldj.t t, This fa nu is on the best rood in ER, IN FURNITURE. J. S. MCE. V. Prst. t!l,wlp4 W. L. MCCARTY, Prw. THEV WILL Lincoln county, rural mail, tele, mm iZwrSXMUMi'- RU. FURNITURE fed.. ... T... ,'I,,V J. D. EAOS. EXCHANGE phone close to school nnd church. .!"!' L. PENNY, V. Pm. wafer . SMriha ST. rwlkhra Ajllt, Iihxi ab.( it FOR, ACL KINM OF STOCK. ft. P.'1R0WN,A,-Cat)i'- r. , M. I. IAIN, GMMT. John NwH. HmtsflvlMe .' CBMU, ,, IVE THEM A CALL. FRICE J PrU.l. w J. . HUSTONVILLE. KENTUCKY. CAPT. T. D. ENSLISH. AUCT. B. F. D. Ko. 1 Box 108. Fine Blue Grass. Farm Loose Leaf at Lexington, Ky. handling tho highest and plenty Railroad appliances and facilities with tho Latest, and attontion guaranteed. J. D. CLARK, Manager. udBMi PREVENT CHOLERA Anti-Saloo- McKinney, Ky. 12-3- 0. Ohandler.Auctioneer. 5. BOURBON HOG CHOLERA REMEDY ". Fresh Oysters next Friday, direct from Baltimore. T. D. NE WLAND, opposite Court House rmii-snnV- 8G-3- ALCORN Best and feeders 1-- e, We have another shipment of Alcorn, Price $2 per 100 lbs while the supply lasts. Do not shipstuff. slopping your hogs to start your economical Price per ton. ot Anti-Saloo- OR ol J. H. Baughman & Co. Anti-Salo- Phone Stanford, Kentucky. 170-pou- Bing-hnmto- n, PUBLIC SALE Etc ffoll are offered! in the rij OF Farm Lands, Live Stock, Crops, one-doll- ar harRL r Wednesday, Oct. 30, 12 ld erv H. B. Northcott tends llali A man. should know his.banker. Callin-- i you will feel at home in OUl' Poultry, Eggs, - Produce, Salt, -- Lime & Cement bank l-- Stanford, Ky. 3. ,i. J.L.Beazley &Co STATE BANK & TRUST CO., MAT-TINQ- t. 81-7- p. "'" ," Josiah Bishop & Son. il