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The Interior Journal STANFORD, LINCOLN COUNTY, KENTUCKY. TUESDAY, OCTOBER 29, 1912. r pr nM F WWW TMn r Expire Watch SnfeMrift(M Yow Date ami Renew Promptly' TUESDAYS AND FRIDAYS 1 COL HUFF DUDDERAR BULL MOOSE DANCES TRAIN MASHES FOOT SPEAKS HERE SATURDAY GOOD WOMAN GONE A Nothing, except that they suffered from tho panic in common GOES TO BETTER LAND Have Become the Fad Among Mem- - W. P. Givens Laid Up for Some with others. Wife of Jailer Dink Farmer Dies i Time With Painful Injury bers of that Party at Rowland Well Beloved ami Esteemed CKIzm Q. Who was president when the After Lengthy Illness . Artful Republican Speaker Talks Of panic of 1907 camo? i And Farmer Pastes Away FriW. P. Given, of the Shelby City Rowland, Lincoln County. Oct. 28. Panic lut Forgets to Mention A. Theodore Roosevelt. day After Short Illness. Mrs. Mary Farmer, wife of Dink It Seems that the Hull Mooso par- - sccjion of Lincoln nnl ono of tho Two Under Republican Rule Q.To what party did bo then Farmer, jailer of Lincoln county, ty is getting all of tho republican most prominent and popular farm-votebelong! Col. Huffman Duddorar, known to here. Practically all of tho crs in this part of the state, has died at her homo hero Friday mornA. The republican party. tbo smartest Ed T. Franks, nearly every citizen of this county, republicans in this precinct will vote, been missed from his usual haunts Q What party had control of ing at 0 o'clock uftcr a lingering stump spcnkor in the republican for RoosevclU Tbo women have for some time, having been Inid up nnd a familiar figure, prominent tbo senate? Deceased illness of tuberculosis. party, spoko to n crowd of about got up a now dance which they call nt bis home with a badly mashed farmer nnd well esteemed citizen, A Tho republican party. wu, Miss Mury Hurgo and 20 years )f a .IC'O people at tbo courthouse Salur tho Hull Moose step and no one is foon. Ho was at Junction City tho died after a few days' illness Q What party had control of ugo became tho wife of tho man, of troubles, at hi of. tbo Tnft the boiiso then? admitted unless bo is a Hull Moos- - other day, and desiring to cross the complication day night in tbo interest who today is bowed under tbo burhomo nenr Rowlnnd, at 11 o'clock er. Their first dnnco or grand open- - inilroad track, found his way blockA Tbo republican party, ticket. With an adroitness of which den of sorrow occasioned by ibo ing was last week at Mr. and Mrs. cd by n freight train. He waited Inst Friday night. The end came Q What did tbo democrats have JS9 of a tolder ,ul fajt,ful uoip only a man of bis neutcnoss is capcacefully as though he was but Jim James'. Our bustling stock nwbilo for it to move, but becoming to uo witu mm panic i meet. To this couplo were born nine laying a well able, bo mado it appear that all tbo trader and tnlentcd musician, Mr. impatient at the delay, ho started day, aside the toils of was his spent . A Nothing, except thnt they suf- children, uiid eight of them survive custo bo renewed, as irronperily tbo country now enjoys fered from it like others. Georgo Lunsford, lunnslicd tbc mu- - climbing across tho arain, between their good mother. tom, with the coming of another is directly due to the administration sin. Miss Knty Land and Mrs. Belle two cars. Just as he had gotten Q Is it possible that two of the Many jenrs ago Mrs. Fumer unitmorning. o President Taft. Ho did not even three panics came under republican were considered tho best tween the cars, with bis feet on the ed with tho Christian church und having Col. Duddcrar was born in Lin givo Roosevelt the credit for Couplings, tbo ongino republicans in had always lived the lifo of a true bumped or presidents nnd with Steppers. At these dances the men coln county, dnd his entire life of 80 had any prosperity during bis ad- control of both the senate and tho nil have to wear buttons or badges jerked the train in such a manner Saturday and devoted Christian. years was spent within its borders. Ifo dwelt dolefully house ? ministration. morning nt 10 o'clock the remains Judge John W. Hughes, of Mercer pinned on them, and the ladies all tbat one of .Mr. Givens' feet got bo- - Many yenrs agt he led to the hy upon tbo panio during Cleveland's ycs. The first panic came in of this devoted wifo und mother do their hair up in cone-lik- e shnpo uwecn a coupling and wns badly administration, and emphasized the tho middle of n period dur- wll be takou to the family burying who will bo ono of the principal on their foreheads, which is design- - mashed, several of the small bones meneal altar, Miss Cynthia Farmer, democratduring speakers at tho big democratic rally ed to represent fact that it was was a ing which every president the foot being broken. Mr. Giv- - nnd she, with five of the seven chil the Moose horns. nt Ncul's Creek and consign' ic president's term of office, How-ove- r, republican. It camo 12 years after groundtho tomb. Tho unfeigned sym- hero Saturday afternoon, At that was taken home in a rig nnd a dren horn to them, survive. They are We nrn !nd to so Mr. .T ti Hi. time u Ann personal messago from ho neglected to even mention the last democratic president, elect- cd to P'osician dressed his injuries and Mesdamcs J. F. Larue, of Louisville ' legion of friends goes George W. DeBorde and W. L. Mur- Woodrow Wilson to the voters will gins back in our town selling goods what history records as tbo sever ed beforo that period began, nnd 12 pathy of a tlcTfljlj luuue uuu us cutty us possiuie, uui v phy, of this place, Ed Dudderar, of est panio tbo country has even seen years before the lirst president wns out to Mr. Farmer and bis children be rend. in their irreparable loss. Unclc Alex Martin is very sick.' ,ho '"J"1"' is a very l""""1 ono and Montgomery, Ala., and J. Pox Dud"' nnd tbo hardest times, in tbo yenr elected after that period ended And James Sutton, who has beon sick, will keep turn conlineil Inr some derar, the well known L. & N. enlS7:t during n repubhenu adminis- tbc last panic camo during a WHIRLWIND CAMPAIGN! time. Ho says that he is going to LIVE STOCK SELLS WELL is able to be up again. tration, or the panic of 1907, fivo mnlrn nvarv iffnrf t. trol ii fnwn nn gineer with headquarters in Louisperiod of republican rulo. It FOR LINCOLN HUNTY rears nco. when a republican presi camo more thnn 10 eai after a Mrs. John Piitchett has been sick ncxt Tuesday, however, to vote for ville. All were at the bedside when ir In fact, democratic president went out in At E. McCormack's Sale But Bid the end enme. dent was also in power. for several days. v,vlson and Marshall. Make Orators In Auto Train T ders Were Scarce on Land For a number of years after the Mr. Franks looked at but ono side 1897, nnd nearly six years before Messrs. linrry itarns, Jesse Alar- Complete Tour On ThuVsday civil war, Col. Dudderar conducted of tho picturo and often gave a very tho inauguration of a democratic tin, Lilburn Brent, Foster nnd Leon Neat's Creek The sale of Emmett McCormack, a stage line between Stanford and And Friday. unfair presentation ot that, lor in- president in 1913. nrd Smith, Miss Jennie Smith, nnd Hie pie supper nt Neal's Creek Somerset, nnd by his courteous when he contrasted tbo prosjust over the Lincoln lino in Casey, stance Mr. W. R. Smith and family went do tbo republican speakQVhy three miles south of Hustouvillc, iNcvcr before in the history of cdiestnut hunting Sunday and had a last week was enjoyed by those treatment of nil won the title of the perity of present times with times er ignore theso two panic? present. The nice lot of pies sold "Stage Coach Prince." He gave op drew a good crowd Friday. Col. I Lincoln county has such (interest delightful time. under Cleveland, and gave as an ilA This question ought to bo for good prices, the proceeds from hat busine39 nfter raiiway connec lustration, the fact that thcro arc easily answered by those whom tho M. Dunn, of Danville, cried the sale been manifested in n Natioial elec many automobiles owned every- republican spenkers try to deceive and on nearly everything offered the tiou ns the one which will bet brought Progressives to Be Represented'. which will bo used for the benefit of lions wero established and devoted fo the church. MUs- Kntherine Terry where in tho country todoy. Of it is because neither of these panics bidding wns pnirited. Mr. McCor- - to n close on the 5th of the com Three political parties will be re- won the ring, which was offered for his nttention to farming and stock mado a course, be couldn't have can be charged to the democrats mnck stated at the outset thnt there ing month. Even in county racos, presented by inspectors nnd chal- the most popular young lady. The raising at which he was eminently point if he hnd told bis bearers that and reference to them would rob would be no but, of when interest is nt fever herit, it has lengers nt the polls next Tuesday, successful. He was of a jovial, hapautomobiles hadn't been heard of in tho threat of its terror. course, reserved tbo right to reject been impossible to secure good sized the Progressives nil over the state ladies and others who promoted py disposition, nnd numbered his this delightful entertainment thank friends by his acquaintances. Many Cleveland's day. Such arguments Q Reference has been made to any bid not satisfactory. Tho fol- audiences out in the county to as- having out their lists so that they ns he gno will deceive no ono who the first panic which came in 1873 lowing is a list of the sales and the semble for tho purpose ofj hearing can sco what goes on inside the nil who assisted them in any way. years ago ho united with the ChrisMr. Jack Terry has been on the tian church nnd ever lived up to its n. speaker. The campaign ibis fall, booths and takes the trouble to investigate. nnd to tho last ono which came in prices renlized: that Roosevelt gets all The plea ho mado to tho Dull 11)07. Let us now consider tho secteachings. Farming implements Mower to however, is proving an exception to tbc votes thnt arc cast for him. The sick list but is some better. Mooscrs to return to tbo old party ond panic the panic of 1893. Who Jones Hnughmnn $4; buckboard to O this condition, for splendid audi- law provides A few years ago Col. nnd ' Mrs. Mr. Hence Lay bns been quite ill that each political was very different from the stylo was president when it came? Dudderar celebrated their golden Armstrong .$3.25; three buggies, one ences have greeted every speaker party represented on the ballot is with measles. of treatment tbo republican orators to Frank North nt $74, one to Ed sent out, nnd the numerous inquiries entitled to such representation at the A Oroer Cleveland. Mr. and Mrs. Will Kirkpatrick are wedding and those who gathered at were handing out to tho Roosevelt at $15 and ono to A. Adams as to where the nexB meeting will polls, and the new party is taking rejoicing over the arrival of a fine the hospitable home for the joyous Q To what party did ke belong! Grubb men a fow weeks back in he wnmin to F. L. be held, ehow the interest that h advantage of the law. A Ho was elected by the demo- - nt $20: big boy at their home. He has been occasion, expressed the hope that Thy no see that they ate cratic party in 1892 but helped to, Russell $13; o this well beloved couple might live wugon to H. being taken in the fight. From evnamed Henry Wilson. defeated for the presidency and are olect a republican to succeed turn in W. Leish $33.. ery section of the countycome 00th anniversary! Tf you have yonng children you Mr. E. N. Terry is getting ready to celebrate their simply trying to poll more votes 1896. splendid reports nnd Chairman Liv c Stock Three bnve perhaps noticed that disorders to leave Sunday for the east. The nnd it seemed that the years wera than tlio Moosers; that's the long is leaving no stone unturned of the stomach are their most comresting so lightly upon them that Q- - How soon after his election Jersey steers. i Hottoms nt $10 a many friends of this popular famand short of the whole affair. d these fond hopes might be realized. steers to C. to keep this intorest up by sending mon nilment. To correct this von ily regret to did the panic come? heud; 14 Davi-roi- i, see them go. Accompanied by Dr. R. L. Only a few days since he was on the A So soon that it came under Hottoms at $5.40 a hundred; two spenkers to every precinct to dis- will find Clinmberlnins's Stomach Mr. Franks spoke at Liberty on republican laws not n single re- cnlvcs the streets of Stanford looking well to H. G. Uover nt $17.50; two cuss the issues nnd to remind the and liver Tablets excellent. They Here is a woman who speaks from big reSaturday afternoon when a publican law having been repealed red steers to F. Ilunn nt $17.50; voters that victory is within the arc easy and pleasant to take, and personal knowledge and long experi- and apparently gave promise of publican rally was held there in an before it come, four steers from 400 to COO pounds grasp of democracy if its forces mild nnd pentle in effect. For sale ence, viz: Mrs. P. II. Brogan, of many mdre useful years; but man by G. L. Penny. effort t' weaken the Moosers .who Q Under what tariff law did the . ijr. J. C. Hnrkcr nt 5 12 cents a. will go to the noils. Wilson, Pa., who says, "I know from proposes nnd God disposes, and on ro said to be ery strong in Ciiscy. In addition to the final lally to bo pound; wcnnliu calf to J. II. Kiffi Chamberlain's Cough Sunday afternoon, after services at panic or lolM comer Your cash will go a long ways at experience thnt A log cabin was raised on tho fair A Under the McKinley In w tho nt $0; thee d heifers to II. held in Stanford on Saturday afterRemedy is far superior to any other. his late home by Rev. D. M. Walkburgoo was served panic came a grounds and f'cc jear beforo the Mc- F. McHeatb at $4.05 n hundred; fat noon, Nov. 2nd, ut which time Judge Huqhes, Martin & Co.'s. Everything For croup there is nothing that ex- er, the mortal remains of this good which, of eoure, drew n big crowd. Kinley law was reca1ed. and one or two at cost. cels it." For sale by G. L. Penny. man were laid to rest beneath tho cow to James McCormack at $J.30; John W. Hughes Dr. Dawson is said to have made a what monetary law did cow uud calf to Ony Hundley $74; others, of thn best stump spenkers sod of Buffalo Springs Cemetery. rattling god republican speech. Tho were: Active the pnnie como? 10 550. pound steers to C. O. linn in the Stnte will be present, it is (Advertisement.) Commonwealth's Attorney George A-- The Sherman law tlic panio E. P. Woods, W. M. Bright, M. B. illl(ired; Ave butcher being airanged to make a complete nt .;J 1). Florence nit induced Flanks hero y, canvass of the county in a train of came several months before tho pur-oSalin, W. L. McCarty, A. T. to M. H. Carbon nt $3 a ROOSEVELT DELEGATE FOR TAFT s the strongest man for the repubclause of the Sherman mwj,hciI. hUlck lu.ifor J j, '00(ls 35; automobiles, which will entry one or W. K. Shugars. Honorary licans to nominate for governor was icpealed. 'three feeders C. Hottoms $1.30 n more spenkers from out in the state Letter of Win. Hevhuiii. Piesident Hclknan Hardware & Manufnctur-im- r E. T. Pence, Win. Grimes, S. T. nevt time and bo pretty near is. I Is it possible that only one ot MUn,ilclj. min; cmv Q. Jj Jones $40; who have established reputation. Cummiiiv. and Roosevelt Delegare from Louisville to the Republican Harris, J. N. Menefee, S. J. Bell, N. have Sonic of tbc issues which the three panics came under a dem four milkers, one to G. W. Capard Chief of. tbee will be Hon John W. National Convention. W. Fowle. Louisville. Kv. Oct. 25. 1012, lircu raised in the piPseut campaign ocrntie pieMdent? nt $30; one to John GilToid $28; one Newman W, Commissioner of Agri Mi Chas. L. Seholl. , which Mr. Frank took particular AYe, only one of tho three. $25.00 In Gold Given Away Louisville. Kentucky. to F. L. liussell $10; ono to .1. II. culture, and who is a musing demaro not to mention in his speech 1 Mv I)e..r Sir: Why do tho icpublicnns speak Woods $25; ,e.uling calf S. G. ocratic speaker. R. M. Newland, tbo Life and Fire here, wcic: Helen iiu to oiu riicstiou as to what candidate I have decided to Insurance ngent here, will give a toWith the orators will bo u number of this pnnie oulv f at $17.50; milk cow to John 1 am bv Roosevelt iiiiuli nt the The vote for A Heenuse thcy'ie more inter- Wells nt $13; red heifer to A. of local speakers and as many of uoiut' lor. vote tor t.Messus. Taft November election. I Iwould sav that leuu-!a- r bacco show on the 2nd Monday in nnd Sherman, whom icsr.nd ns the to that Tnft having accepted u stolen ested in making political capital the leading democrats, of the coun December, court day. nominees for the lieinibl"itii Paitv. $25; calling to Lnfe F.llis nt give nomination is nut the mini than in telling the truth. Prizes as Follows: I ulti'iicli'cl tlu Cliitiiyo Convention as a Roosevelt delegate, but from $2S; .vein ling ball to S. G. McKiu-i'c- y ty as can be seated in the machines. the country an honest administraQ- - Arc the republican leaders igwill be u splendid oppor- mv obseivntion and experience tbcie. I consideied it was fortunnto for $15 iu gold for the best six hands tit ?20; milk cow to J. A. Ham- This still tion. tunity for those demociats living tho country and lor the Republican Partv as well, that Mr. Roosovelt was of lugs to weigh not' less than four norant or dishonest when they The uudcuied charge that the tin eaten panic in caso of demo- monds nt $15.50 uud one to John in remote parts of the county to i.t iiomiuutcd. I became convinced that Mv. Roosevelt's candidacv waii Johnson nt ill; bunch of 175-11by cratic success? il ambition and not tor the purpose of fuitheriiur anv pounds. protected the result big manufacturers, hear a sunmmry of the political sit- paiticular of .17.50 for the second best. hot;s to M. H. Carson nt $0.05 a hunpolicies or principles believe that with Mr. Rooovelt'sco-oDcmtio- u high republican tin iff, which is the A They mo ptobnbly both. $2.50 for the third best. uation in the nation, us every secit was possible for the Piouie&MVe element, of the Rupublicnn dred. ndorcd by Taft, mc belling goods caieful-l- y Partv to have nominated Governor llndlev or Senator Cummins to have No trnsh leaf or red sonsidered. Hrood mine James tion will bo covered. Rend Hotse Stock other coun- Democratic Speaking Appointments they make cheaper in anv changes iu tho platfimu that nii'.'ht have been desirable to have A. Wk King, Danville, Ky., Judge. tho following itincinry as you ln-(ladbcrry $95; undo colt G. D. Gad-bertries than they do nt homo, hucIi will sec exactly whon tho whirlwind tcviscd tho ink's so a to eliminate the authority of the National Coo Talk with me about your fire and Congressman Harvey Helm, lions. authority as they had mmht be abused, uud more life insurance. R. M. NEWLAND. $33; yemling colt to I). J. C. ns fanning miubmcry of all kinds, W. S. Hureh und II. R. Saufley campaigners will reach you. The imttce. where ovei such important than all. to uic.seivc the iutcu'titv ami usefulness of the Reuub-lic.Murker 80-t- f. $51; p.iir eight- - ear-ol- d Hewing machines, clothing, etc. speeches will necessarily be shott, will address tbo democrats of mules R. G. (lover $250; pair Partv. Tho charge that all of tbc big will be to the point and 'Mr. Roosevelt's lolloweis. bv leason of their passionately stormy King's Mountain and wcinity on HIGH-0-M- E mules to R. II. Woods $323; but they bosses and others who hnu fatten- Wednesday night, Oct. 30th, at 7 well worth coming to bear. methods, used wbeie no principles could possibly be involved with the buggy mare to J. 11. Woods $100. That's the proper way to procommon people, nro standed on the same vehemence as wbeie principles mnrlit be involved, destroyed mv con Thursday, Oct. 31st. the famous CaFivo hundred bales of timothy ing solid for Taft while the leaders o'clock. and rood iudsment. 1 wiu well prepared nounce I1YOMEI, Leave Stanford 9 A. M., urrivo iideuee in their Wednesday night, Oct. buy went to Dr. J. C. Darker, 300 Goshen. by what I saw- - at CIiuiil'o. lor the lack of the sense of pvoDortion tiiat tarrh remedy mado from Australian of the working people and the workShelby City 0:30. lead to tho action of the Roosevelt stippoiters in undertaking to estab- Eucalyptus and other antiseptics-J- ust bales at 05 cents nnd 200 bales at ing jwoplo themselves who under- 30, T. J. Hill nd S. M. Saufley. Lenvo Shelby City 10 A. M. ar- lish the Paitv. brcntho it. IT BANISHES CA1, (ill cents n hundred. 100 bales of Ottenheiin, Fiidny night, Nov. stand conditions are for Wilson. rive Milledgevillo 10.15. As for invself. 1 can see no hope of aecomplishincr prolrreastve meas-i- .i TARRH. G. L. Penny is authorize Tho fact that tho honest business W. U McCarty, H. It. Saufley nnd strnw went to W. G. Oownu ut 2lc Leave Milledgevillo 10:30, arrive es bv this pioceduie. and utuvc dnuser of weakening the iuflueuco f the to refund purchase prico to any a bale; 50 bales to Ed Ctirpenter lit Moreland 10:50. men of tbo country have, no fear of W. R. Hureh. li'tpublicaii Partv for uood iiloinr niiinv lines. Complete customer. dissntisficd Car-so- u nnd udmiustiution, tx democratic Sugar Grove, Friday night Nov. 20 cents nnd 50 bales Jo M. H. The Republican platform iclative to Taiiff policies appeals to me with outfit, $1; extra bottle, 50c. Lcavo Moreland 11:15 urrivc at 20 cents. vecuhai fotce. I have had the advantage of kuowimr soiriethiuc: about the thnt the democrnts nro standing 1, T. J Hill and M. F. North. 11:30. - etfect policies on business, and. Mr. McCormnek offered his fnrm solidly on tbo declaration that honest nrriva uoikin- iccliiiL' of taiitf schedules uud tariff Salem, Friday night, Nov. 1, Mt. Lenvo Ilustonvillo 1 P. M. PUBLIC SALE intolerant of tlio opinion of other men. am satisfied that vwthout b buHiucsM must not interfiled K. S. Alcorn J. W. Ireland nnd Vir- in two diffeient tioet; one of them, Mt. Salem 1:30. the Republican pohev of nioteitioii is for the treuerul inUVest as well ns off the pro02 acres, was taken with but must ho nurtured and gil McMiillin. Leave Mt. Salem 2 P. M. in rive at itruci.il inospciitv. I believe that if Dr. Wilson is elected President, ho Farm Contalninq 60 Acres 5 Miles tected in every legitimate way. From Danville, on Stanford Pike will piobablv cull an extra session of Coniriess. t leviso tbo Tariff, and O. 1C. School House, Friday night, market ut $55 and the remainder be McKinney 2;30. refused to offer nt all, believing ., it In this connection, some ques Nov. 1, Herbcit Reynolds, Leave McKinney 3 P. M. iniivc inmicdiatclv business will stairuntc. The demiiud for tbo product of the Huiring decided to soil mv farm I a l.i nn uud tactorv will drn tf. ami the necessary accompaniment to this tions and nnswers in Brynu's ComWtiMicsburtr. Satmday afternoon, tvas useless to no so in mow ot mo Tm nersv ilk 3:20. 11 the Tin iff schedules me so made us to which contains 00 ncies of fine Blue will lie a talliu mnrket. moner on tho panic history of tho Nov. 2. J. H. l'nxton, T. J. Hill nnd .poor nnl lie luul on tlio nrsc tract Lcavo Turncrsvillo 3:10 P. M. ar- threaten American pioduier. with serious competition fioin abroad, where GniBu Liind, which is iu a lush state not amiss and show up Viigil JdcMullin. country urc l'"t "P- rive Rowland 4:15. the price of labor Ls so much lower than heic. the condition of stnuiiiitioii of cultivation, nnd which lies about completely how one sided and false v between Danville uud StanLeave Rowland 4:15, arrive Hub- will be permanent, or until tbo policy is chnuued. It the1 chauire mtidu by Kllison's School Houso Saturday The Hlghest'Average in the nrgument tho icpublicnns are night, Nov. 2, Viigil McMiillin nnd such a jeeial version is not such as to brinir the American consumer into ford, on ne of the best nik - in the ble 5:30. coiiiiietifion with the foieiuu producer, I can see no Ionic in chniuriui: the stnte. will offer it to tho lushest making: Accnrdiui! to promise I tun to Leave Hubble 0 P. M. Herbcit Reynolds and Geo. W. PerTu i iff. hence the prournni of tho Democratic Partv bectnncs a futile one. nnd best bidder on. Q. How long since the republi- kins. highest aver Friday, Nov, 1st eive the lcpoit of the FRIDAY. NOV. 1, 1912. No ono who is Partv that if the can party first enrao inlo power? Leave Stanford 8 A. M., arrive elected to power bv thuushtlul inn doubt some claim itDeinocruliu villi bo is At 10 A. M. Will also sell some King's Mountain, Hnrvey Helm, ago based on census. After looking n larue inniotitv. as will be. it u A.Fifty two years. the teachers Wuyiiebbuig 0:30. over tho repoits lrom II. It. Saufley, W. S. Hureh. verv i.nlical fiee tiade. or. "Tariff for the tevenuo only' Partv. No household and kitchen furniture, and many panics hnvc we Q- .- How phinscs of Dr. Wilson, deliveicdin Pittsburtr to a small amount of stock. Leave Wti noshiirg 10 A. M. nr h'lieved in the Rurnl schools, I find thnt the lind during thnt timot pluciite the voteis in the distuct. wheie Piotcction sentiment is smmoscd Wbon you havo n hnd cold you highest nveiuge based on census is live Kingsville 10:40. MRS. W. P. HARIUSON, A. Three. to be extensive, will chnnce this fuel. Those who vote for Dr. Wilson, Leave Kiugvillo 11:30 A. M. want the best medicine obtainable eighty one percent. This is in MRS. ILETTIE E. EADS. shou'd do it with tho full knowledge oi what it means, and should not nVo Q. When tliil they comot 83-so as to cure it with as little delay Highland 12. Div. 2, Sub. 4, Mrs. C. L, for him unless thev believe in tbo tariff for men ue onlv. which i the leal T. D. Engish. Auct. 1803 nnd 1907. A. In 1873. as possible. Here is a druggist's Goocb, tencher. Several teachers Lcavo Highland 1 P. M. arrive iiicauiuir of the Democintic platfoim and tho real intention of the wns president in 1873? opinion: "I have sold ChamberPaitiv. Those who believe in a protective tanff policy and ex I have lost two bounds, one medreport nil average over 70 per cent. Preachorsvillo 2:30. A. U. S. Grant. lain's Cough Remedy for fifteen At tho close of the torm, I will give Leave Preaehorsville 3 P. M. ar pect to make their vote effective should in mv opinion, , stay witu. ,tne ium sized white ond black female, , , .. . a ,... i.. ,r I. :...... I........ n i Q. To what pnrty did he belong years," says Enos Lollar, of Sarai I J.C:iime,iii i mu. ...1... iirr ill .1....M .dax.it. .i '., mil mi no. ,i Alt...... ti.iat and one good sized black and taa " unci iucii mm"' of teacher and suh district rtVO Urnb Urchnru 3flU, t r "J,"" . rt .. toga, Ind., "and consider it the best the name iouis veiy iiuit. dog. A. The republican party. :ve;tOM!ll IlieiU or HOI. Finder will get reward. J. ieave uraDurcuaru making the best average for term 84-Thos. Uackley, Jr. Q What did the democrats have on the market." For sale by O. L. WILLIAM HEYBURN, ' Otteubeim 7. Garland Singleton, Supt. Psny. to do with tbo panio of 1873? FRANKS MAKES PITIFUL PLEA TO M00SERS r - KllA rs r fJ 'i 24-ye- "i " 10-jc- ar cam-rafc- twn-hor- -e two-bors- 000-pou- Mc-Car- ty 1 850-poan- J 850-poun- nder pall-beare- rs i bun-chnsi- Nun-nelle- - Pie-iden- ds ). pcr-oiu- 1 de ry ui 1d -- Hi V! 'j PiO'-'iessi- vo i IIus-tonvil- lc 1- -2 ... mid-wn- ' s p? pio-decti- nr-ri- 4. Dem-ocKtt- iu Q.--W- I10 .... 3. h-- i s lJ! s1!fs,1'JfWfP w fff. -. VV anwian niimnliiiairtw THE imWIJHjJtUPJIAL tTANFQRt, KEMTWCKY. The Interior Journal M. , i Shot to death while out hunting Birds, Rabbits, Etc., Etc. HILTON BACFLBT. A Cnlifornian I responsible for the statement that (ho Bull Moose movement Is 5 per cent moose nnd 0.1 per cent plnin, bull. .FroprUtvr Political mnttcr hns crowded out mnny good thing from this tesuo. but let's nil bo thankful the election will bo over next week. Ovct 2,200 votes should bo polled in Lincoln for Woodrow Wilson next Tuesday nnd will be if every demo cint will do his duty. Don t liclicvc everything you sec in tho Interior Journal today. Wo don t guarantee our advertisements. All democrats of Lincoln are urg to come in Saturday to hear Judge John W. Hughes speak. ed Ono week from today tells tho tale. THE MOTOR'S tUESTION Much SfckncH Due lewd 11 A TKAR BTR1CTLT IN ADVANCE F.nltrtt at fk paittlftt flan mit matltr at Sltncri m DEMOCRATIC TICKET far 1IABVEY HELM Tor For CemttVa Ally E. V. TUKVEAR J. F. 110M1AM For Circuit --Or W. M. FIELDS Tot Jtaptfratt For UcgxitfltU. C. KEWLAND rr r. v PreHdint WOODROW Cnr Tiioa. k. Marshall WtL80.". The announcement In thli column ara ol candidate (or office, subject to the action of the-- Dtmocratle rlmr7' " announcement will t made, nnleaa paid tor In adrantei Tor ltrfrfrnlatir. V11U11L. Political Announcements i j with our shells. Winchester Leaders and Repeaters are the best for field and trap. Let us quote you prices en the best shell on the market. PENNY'S, The Rexall Store. Working Men. The Hardest Thing:sWe Have To Buy Are the garments you work in. To get them Good Enough, Farmers Teamsters Engineers Men With Pick and Shovel, Hammer and Saw Fish SuDDer at M. H. Johnson's ' M. II. Johnson will liavo n fish supper next Saturday night nt his homo near the Ottcnhcim pike, n mile and n hnlf from May- wood. All tho boys nnd their girls will be there, and all tho ladies and gentlemen arc invited. Three kegs of tho finest fish hnvc been ordered. William C Long, Some fino music will be furnished nnd n big crowd is expected for n This presidential race rerolves it fino time will bo hnd. The "rice of self down finally to a fight between admission will bo ronsonnblo. 87-2a clAmpion of the pcoplo nnd their rights against two opponents both k service preparatory to of whom are completely identified the communion nt the Presbyterian with the big interests which do not church Wednesdny evening, Oct. 30, give a tinker's, dam whether the at 7 o'clock. All Presbyterians nre common people get any consircra. nrgod to attend tho campaign contion or not. Woodrow Wilson is ference nt Danville beginning on lending the common people's cause. Thursday Oct. 31, and closing nfter How can we afford to do otherwise the evening session on Friday, Nov. than stick to our friend T 3. p. Mid-wee- T. J. HILL Couify Judgt T. A. KlUr; U. F. NORTH Tor Jatltr rEYTON I'AKRIBU UEUKOE DEBOKUC DINK FAUMEK WILLIAM II. HESTER W. A. CARSON FfT A"" V. L. BECK B. M. OWENS R. II. HKONAUOH V. C. SANDIDOE J. II. BOONE W. T. GARNER LAFE ItORQAS J. UcUULIjI!. For Sktrif UAUU1IMAN M. 8. B. W. 0IVEN8 O. WEATltERFOKD lor Dlserders A doctor's first question when consulted by n patient Is "Aro your boweU regular?' Ilo knows that 08 per rent of illness Is attended with inactive, bowels and torpid liver nnd that this condition must be removed gently nnd thoroughly before health ran be restored. Uexnll Orderlies arc n positive, pleasnnt nnd snfo remedy for nnd bowel disorders in general. Wo nre so.ccrtnin of their crent remedial value that wo promise to Teturn tho purchaser's money in every case when they fail to o entire satisfaction. Rexall Orderlies aro eaten like candy, they act quietly and hnvc n oothing, strengthening, healing influence on the entire intestinal tract?-They- , do not purge, gripe, ennso nausea, flatulence, excessive loose ness, (iiiiiiM1 "r otilfl IllllUllltlH eeet. They are especially good for children, weak persons or old folks. Two sire", 23c nnd 10 c. Sold only nt our More Tho Itexnll Store, Penny's Dmg Store. pro-duc- At Cost 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 Monday, Oct. 21st, BEGINNING will sell our entire :::::::: Hughes, Martin & Co. Stanford. Ky. Old Tbo Posted Huntlna Forbidden. or fishing upon our premises: W. F. Scmonis, Wm. J. Beck, Fred VonGrucnignn, Q. Bnnmnnn, Chns. T. Willson, Ed Gooch, Lutes & Myers C M. Allen. Ed Ballard. J. II. Car ter, John M. Cnrter, Sam Castello, Mrs. Mollio White. Fall and Winter Sultlnqs. 8rapla ara now rtartr for your Inrneetlon. Tarj eompria I ran anil anyone tho bet on tn market. My new FaU and Winter a We, whose names nre signed below, positively forbid nnv hunting in Age Riil Mrn in Ways r. who had bis rlothra mad to a nit made to roar nraiaro la to rradj mad rlothra. To bara tnem mado to measura dorm I coat an? mora than rradr mad whtn aaalllr and fit la eonild- arrd. Coma In nod Irt ma takt Tour rneaa- ura. B. O. KVPLST, Tkt Pnttlrtl Trior to prlc A FinST NATIONAL BANK, of Stanford is the oldest institution in this section of the state, having been organize) March 0, 1854. A bank to have stood the panics that hnvo occurred in the past 58 yeora must be all right. This bank today is stronrer and better than it ever wns. While old in ago it is modern in methods. Our patrons, and they nre mnny, will testify to the fact that we take care of them in a manner both pleasing and satisfactory. Your patronage is respectfully asked. Bcmembcr our pledge of courteous treatment and honorable dealings. Our directory includes some of the most prominent business men nnd fnrmcrs in this section of the county. Try us. S. T. HARRIS. Vice I' $ ffi?5..,relv Pres. J. R. HARRIS, H- - c- - BAUGHMAN, Cashier. W. W. SAUNDERS, Ind. ookkeeper. laaaaVaaaaaaaaaaW L r-- A "" - EaaEaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaacBaaN ftaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaSawaaaar JnMJ I III BDEw LSvavCTTTa9 m a The (y Wide-Awak- e BBBBBBBBBBBBBaVElPajfeil People ARE LOOKING FOR SOMETHING WE HAVE IT IN LADIES' AND COAT SUITS. MISSES' COATS AND SO COmE AND TAKE A LOOK. Strong Enough, Vaaaawfl Cheap Enough L. L. SANDERS, - and at the same time. Genteel, Men who is a hard problem, and yet we have solved it, and today we are showing such a stock as LABOR, Stanford has never seen, of And it's to these merchandise to work in. MEN we address Heavy Calf-line- d Shoes, Honthis 'ad.' est Mike Boots and Shoes, Heavy Rubber Boots and Arc tics, and such a line of WORK GLOVES you really never saw, from a 10c Canvas to a hand-sewe- d one at $2.00. OVERALLS, better one made any size, ing man's price, $1.00. ALIGATOR SLICKERS in they never leak nor. stick; coats and pants, at $3.00. HEAD-LIGHT are the Crab Orchard, Ky. R "Twenty -- Five" jm TlieCar Complete More-- But R-C-- $900 ER You Can Pay What More Will You Get? H on two plain statements: First, that We ask your investigation of the is more staunchly or sturdily built; second, that if you do not no car at any price you will not get as great a value anywhere else. buy an R-C-H Foot Wear To Suit Everybody Tans, Gun Metals, Patents and Velours. High tops for men, Ladies and the little ones. and there was never a 30 to 50, at the workthe Army Drab colon in long coats or short A CAR THAT IS CHEAP ONLY IN PRICE The H LEFT-SID- E DRIVE-CENT- CONTROL Working Men, I you to see these goods want EJ.McRoberts STANFORD, KENTUCKY years. by two things quantity production, and a systemitization of cost and factory problems such as we do not think the industry has ever before experienced. Our motto is: "Spend every dollar necessary for quality, but don't waste a cent." And its wonderful what a difference the close application of that principle makes in the price of the car. marks the biggest of the motorcar values in But the price is made possible e Any other than a drive is an absurdity under North American road rules. It is a wonder that American motorists tolerated a right-sid- e drive for so many years; a greater wonder that manufacturers retained it. is The drive of the the control is center lever out of the way, yet convenient to the operator's right hand. Greater accessibility; greater interchangeabiiity due to the a extensive use of drop forgings, ideal spring arrangement; perfect braking system there features that must be seen to are dozens of left-sidH left-sid- e; H FALL GOODS NOW COMPLETE Come i and see them be appreciated. Let us show them to you. Equipment Non-Ski- d Specifications WHEELBASE- -1 10 inche. inch 4 cylinder cut en bloc; 3 MOTOR Long-strokcrank ttroke. thaft. bore, Timing 3 point iupention. gear and valve encloied. STEERING Left Side. Irreversible worm gear, ttrering wheel- - Throttle control on (leering column. CONTROL Center Lever operated through H.plale integral with universal joint housing juit below. Hand lever emergenFoot accelerator in connection cy brake at driver' right. with hand throttle. SPRINGS Front, tcmi elliptic; rear, full elliptic and mounted on twivel teal. FRAME-Preu- ed steel channel. drop forged; real, AXLES Front, type. TRANSMISSION Three speeds forward and reverse; sliding selective type. gear, CONSTUCTION-Drop-forging wherever practicable, chrome nickel steel used throughout all shafts and gears in the Uansm'usion and rear axle; high carbon manganese tteel in all part requiring special stillness. English type; extra wide seats. BODY Full tuei 32x3 inch "Hall" "Hall" Bullet electric tide light with parabolic leni. electric battery. "Elide" 100 ampeie-hou- r Bullet electric headlight, double parabolic lent. Sam Robinson We have a full stock of Heating Stoves, Coal asos Goal Hods. Grates. &c . Botch Magneto. Warner Autometer. Demountable Rims. Extra rinu and holder. Tally-ho f horn. i Call and see them. up or'down intanlaneouly. Top'and lop cover. WincUiield. Rear view mirror. Tool-lit- , jack.tire repair kit, pump. Robe rail. Jiffy curtain CLOAKS We have just received a complete line of Ladies', Misses' and Children's Cloaks. Call. Writ er Phone far Damanstratlan. W.H.Higgins Stanford, Ky. I H. C. Carpenter STANFORD, KY. W. E. PERKINS At Lincoln County National Bank, Agent for Welbom Motor Co., Cincinnati, O., distributors Crab Orchard, Ky HMMNHMMHMIHMNMNIHMI for R-C- Corporation, Detroit, Mich. in 'i isa , r. JL THE INTERIOR JOURNAL STANFORD, KENTUCKY. gone to whrrp he has ncccntcd n nice LIVED ON position with tho big TnyloT-lsaaDrug Company RAW EGGS Karl Coleman has tnken tho position of pharmacist at Penny's Drug Store. Ho is ono of tho lincsi nnu Mr. Richard's' Experience WHh Dlf. moit popular yotuig men over reared in Klniif.ml. and his host of Peaches and brent Diets. friends will rejoice .to know that he Buttermilk for Three Years. will rcidc here permanently, J. T. Wilkinson has Lou-Uvll- tn cs 3 New Suits We have just received a large shipment of new suits to take the place of those already sold. We are offering some of the greatest values in suits we have ever seen. X lsi H.flVrtY K'lTV 'livlH UJI VdmpbcMc Penny i Drug Store, Stanford, Kr HuriotmlU, Ky SHORT LOCAL NEWS Oil hcnleis, lap robo? etc., nt W. If. Higgins. Como in nnd henr Judge John W. Hiighos speak Saturday. well Storeroom Tent; for information 80-t- f. call nt this office. For Ilent. low $25,000 at fi per cent, with good rcnl estate security. E. D. Penning ton, Stanlord, Ky. p. f.... i ... ivnn 1 nnn t Pettui.CMbOrchirJ, Kr I Adami Bro && ttii. Mr. nnd Mrs. Jno. 0. lieu! have returned home nfter n several weeks' stay in PitUlmrg. Mrs. B. H. Daniels nnd daughter, of Lancaster, Annio Mno Perkins, were here Snturday. Miss Lula May linker, of Lexington, is the guct oC Mis" Annie Chancellor. Mrs. W. II. Shanks left Monday for Hiehmond nnd Lexington to epeiid hfMTiil ilu8. Mesdames J. W. Cockine and W. A. Coffey nnd Mis Itutli Cocking, ttok. of MeKinney, were here Monday 'Mr. I'roooTl Drown was the guest i Iter. A. A. Higgins, of Glasgow, xt Mr. Cecil HruMii nt is the guest of his patent, Mr. and Saturday nnd Sunday. Mrs. W. II. Iliggins. Mr. nnd Mr. Joseph Coffey were Mr. Hawkins, of Corlnn, was the tlio guests of relatives nnd friends j guest of Miss Annie Chancellor in Danville lait week. Sunday Miss Mary Hollo Spoonamore. of M'rsdnnics Robert Collier nnd Sidthi place, is the guest of Mn. (J1"0 ney Duke, of Crab Orchard, were in Spoonamore nt l'renclicrsvillc. 'town Tuesday. Mrn. (J. 0. Perry and daughter, Hlizabeth Dillion is in Dettie were tho guests of her broth- er Mr. viMting relatives 'nnd friends er, Mr. Green l'erry nt Iticlimond, thi Meek. Saturday nnd Sundny. Mr. and Mrs. P. L. Deck are reHer. nnd Mrs. W. S. fliin-tenceiving eongrntulntmns over the ar-"iof London, who have hnve been visof n little daughter. iting relatives nnd friends have reMr. J. T. WilkiiiMiu, left Monday turned home. Louisville, where ho has aeeepted Mrs. Gillie.rt (irinstead nnd daugh- for position. Danville, nro the guests of a ter, of Messrs. Logan Smith and Joe Mo.Mlnmes J. U. Hnrris nnd J. W. Pranci-i- , were hero n of Bryant. time Saturday. Mrs. I". L. Druce have New nnd W. W. Wade, formerly of Cnbin, retunied home after n visit f sevThursday eral weeks to relatives and friends pased through this city on his wnv to Louisville on business. in Spring Hill, Tenn. Mrs. L. H. Hilton went to Brod- Mri. Anderson Xunnclley went to mother, Winchester Saturday to ho with her liead Tuesday to visit her Mrs. J. It. Cass. husband, who is tlicro to undergo Mrs. Joan Hall has returned to nn operation. visit G. Carpenter, Messrs. J. G. her home in Lancaster after n Dr. J. to her daughter, Mrs. Hohon CampJr., nnd II. C. Carpenter motored to Shelliyvillp Saturday evening for n bell. Mrs. Julia Hitches has returned brief visit to Mr. nnd Mrs. II. W. home after a visit to her daughter, Dr. Carpenter was on Carpenter. K. Carter at hvnnsville, his wny to Louisville, to the meeting Mr. W. Did. Asof thoKentucky Stnto Medical .Mrs. W. W. Lyons nnd, children, sociation. of Augiintn, Kan., have been the guests of MUs Lena Palmer and mother, Mrs. Annie Pruitt. Mis. H. II. Dntson nnd daughter Iinvo Teturned Cecil, of Lnnnester homo nfter n, visit to her parents, Mr. nnd Mrs. J. H. Hilton. Mr. J. A. Dcnzley nnd hcildren, Henzley, of to Know and Mr. M. A.guests of Mrs. Lan Want Other Women Will caster were tho How She Wat Finally Hays Sunday. K. 1'. Young, a jirominent farmer, Restored to Health. of Kensnw,' Neb., arrived Monday, visit to his brother, Mr. C. Loulniana, Mo.: "I think a woman for ii Highland. dislikes to make her troubles !M. Yoiiinr. at naturally Miss Anne Kllis left Monday in known to the public. but complete restor- eonipany with her brother, George ation tohealth means Hllis for the lntter's home in Cunso much to me Uiat ningham, Kns. where sbo will spend I cannot keep from the winter. telling mine for the Mrs. Gainftt, of Cnvc City, who sake of other suffer has been isiting her daughter, Mrs. ing women. went to Crab Orchard "I had been sick J. S. Nice, seo her son, Mr. C. F. years, Tuesday to about twelve and had eleven doc Gamett and family. Mrs. Hico ivent tors. I had drag. with her. ring down pains, Miss Grace Hiehmond, of Pinc-villpains at monthly periods, bilious spells, stopped over hero between and was getting worse all the time. I trains Tuesday on her wny home. would hardly get over one spell when I been visiting Mr. Harvey would be sick again. No tongue can tell Shu had Hariods-burI suffered from cramps, and at Vandcveer and family at what 1 could hardly walk. Tho doctors times Mesdamcs E. P. Woods, Dettie said I might die at ono of thoso times, and but I took Lydla E. Finkham'i Vegeta- Hush and Annie Englcinnn ble Compound and got better right away. Mensib. S. T. Harris aud Georgo P. Your valuable medicine Is worth more Bright, attended tho funeral of their than mountains of gold to suffering woSusan Hisle, nt Richmen." Mrs. Uektiia Muff, W3 N. 4th cousin, Mrs. mond Satin day. Street, Louisiana, Mo. 'Ann Mmphy, who has been doing Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Commade from native roots and herbs, railroad work in tho Panama Canal pound, contains no narcotic or harmful drugs, Zone, camo homo to attend tho funholds the record of being the eral of his grandfather Col. Huff and y most succosflf ul remedy for female ills we Dmlderar. Others who onino for tho know of, and thousands of voluntary funeral were Carroll Duddernr, now testimonials on file in tho Pinkhom W. P. laboratory at Lynn, Mass., seem. to prove ut Millcrsburg, Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. S. P. Larue, Phil Soden, this fact Nannie If job wait special Moo write to Stucky, Misses Alpha and Dudderar, his grandchildren, Mrs. Lytlla E. l'lakkam MedlcUe Co. Ljthb, Mass. Your letter will Zan Duddernr, of Louisville, Colvin of be opeued, read aat aaswered by a Huffman, and Hoy Holtzcluw, waauiLJUid. keM. la strict eeaMeaee. Etowah, Tenn. Personal and Social. Mr. and 'Mrs. I). W. Mnhan, of Danville, wore hero Tuesday. Mrs. II. C. Kupley is (inito ill nt her home on Iognn avenue. Mr. and Mrs. I'. W. Whipp nnd son nro visiting in Liberty. Mr. Jack Newborn left Monday for Ktioxille In accept n position there. Mr. Itottio Hardin spent several days in Danville last week the guoRt of relatives and friends. Miss Marie Sa'.lcc, of Harrodsbug, is the guest of Mies Mary Shepherd Lane-astd, al le-ee- nt r uT i Penalty on School Tax will be added on Nov. 1. in Crab Orchard district. Oct you receipt from Miss 0. M. Lackey nt Crnb Orchard Hank. WOMAN SICK TWELVE YEARS e, g. to-da- (cou-deatl- For rent for year 1013, briek store room in Stanford, corner of Tryit. ButbeswethatitV'Thcdtord't." Mnin nnd Lancaster streets, opposite courthouse. J. S. Hooker. 80tf High School News. Lost in Stnnford court day my (By James Cooper.) black, unfinished worsted overcoat; Tlie S. It. S. foot ball team demade by Levy Dros., Clothing Co. of feated the Lancaster High School by Rochester, N. Y. Silk throughout the score of 35 to 3 on the local nnd lapels faced with silk. $10 re- grounds Friday nfternoon. Thomas ward for return to W. it, burton, Coleman nnd Spalding Hill, two of 85-- 3 Lancaster, Ky., out best plnyors were unable to play in this game, but by tho many Don't forget the Heinz display of made by Clinton Colegood things at W. II. Iliggins next man, and the goal kicked ever- - time Thursday. by Joe Hill, the score was nlmost as large ns the game when our boys For sale, at Crab Orchard, a played nt Lnncnster. The line-u- p hoiibo and large lot, opposite the uas as follows: Rear Hughes, Martin & Co.'s adDnptist church. Rev. Father Leo, . L. H. S S. II. S. Ottenhcim Waynesburg P. O. 8(53 W. Powell ,.. .left end Tinder vertisement and see how much you can save with your cash dollars. Doty- W. Wood left tnckle I have a nice display of lials for II. Davis left guard. .. .Givcns W. Copeland, of Dayton, Ohio, Indies and children; would le glad W. Grimes ....center Wet J. to have you call and sec them. Mrs. W. Mobley ...right guard.... Rich purchased a bottle of Chamberlain's Cough Remedy for his boy who had 8G-- 3 ('. M. Young. Highland. II. Ilunn ...right tnekle ...Dournc a cold, and before the bottle was Acton all used the boy's cold was gone. II J. Hooker ....right end All having claims against the pinrter ....Lawson mat not better tnan to pay a live J. Hill of Curtis Govcr, deceased will C. Coleman... left half ....Swopc dollar doctor's bill? For sale by G. please present them promptly provS. Kinbry ....right half ...Jenkins L. Penny. en to the undersigned.' Thoso plense promptly II. Farmer ...fullback ....Elmore' to him will SHERIFF'S SALE In tho flit qunrtcr Snm Embry Mrs. Maggie Cover, settle same. and Clinton Coleman ench made a By virtue of Execution No. G48 Admx. or W. S. Durch. Stanford. t.iiii'hdnun niul Joe Hill kicked the directed to me, which issued from The Christinn Endenvor Society, coal eneli time. In the second qunr-te- r the clerk's ollice of the Lincoln cirot the Presbyterian church will give Colcmnn made two tonchdowns, cuit eourt in favor of J. L. Black-wh- y a Hnllow'en social in the basement nnd Harry Fanner mado one with against J. 13. Maybrier, I, or of the church, Friday evening Nov. Joe Hilt kicking the gonl each time. one of my deputies, will, on Monday, 1 7:30. Members of young peoples In the fourth quarter Swope, for the the 11th day of November, 1012, bed societies in other churches cordially visitor, n goal, mak-i- n tween the hours of 1 and 2 o'clock invited to attend. No ndmission cthe score 33 to 3. P. M., nt the court house door in Tho debating club held its regular Stanford, county of Lincoln, Ky., fee. meeting Tuesday afternoon, instead expose to public sale to the highest 8TITT or Ohio citt or Touoo. f of on Fridny. The subject of the bidder, the following property (or I CofxTT. mill 1. OitMT tnkn rath tbtt tr h wnlnr ururr of Hit Crtn ot I'. 1. (Iiimi tc Co.. doing day was Resolved, That Woman so much thereof ns may be necesbutlnm In the Cltr ot Tolrdo. Count? "d Mat. Suffrage Should Extend Beyond sary to satisfy the amount of the r tbe um ol torwkL ana tnit ukl nrm will ic.r fmrn ana rvnj School Elections. Miss Mary E Me- plaintiffs debt, interest and costs) U.NU lIUMIllbO IHILI.AK exte ot Catimih that faoo I fuml or UkumoI Kinney opened, followed by Miss towit: Tract of land containing 50 lltu'i CiTtaau CI at. ntANK J. CIICNEV. side; acres, more or less, located in LinSworn Ui teforo me ami .ubwrtDnl In my prnencc Lucy Smith, of the negative UiU ith Oajr ot Drcrmbtr, A. I).. It?. then Miss Lillian M'ueller spoke for coln county, Ky., on the hcaj waters " A. W. OLHASOM. i i ,tt f the nfllrmntive nnd Miss Elizabeth of Green river and bounded by the NoTaKT llauc. Robert lands on the south by Roley; west by Ilalla Catarrh Cure It tairn Intrrnallr and artf Ma theny, for the negative. dtrertlf upon the blood and murou. .unarm ol tLa Carter l'ead Spalding Hill's paper Abner Young nnd Ransom Baugh, rntem. tead lor tratlnionlaU. frrr. r. J. CI1UJUV A CO Toitdo. o for the ullirinntive on account of his east by the lands of A. J. Maybrier Sold or all pruccUU. tsr. fall 1UII i lamiir iiim - riipitkn. absence nnd then Miss Kffio Bnugh-nia- n and north by the lands of J. A. May)" for the negative. James Coop brier, near Highland, levied on ns nnd homes Sovcrnl desirablo er closed. The negative side won by the property of J. B. Maybrier. building lots in Stanford for sale. n small majority. 83-Same was conveyed to tho said Apply to Harvey Helm. Mis? Lucy Smith, '14, was ab- Maybrier by deed from B. D. Hiatt You want the best policy when sent one day last week on account nnd wife of date November 10, 190S you insure. See Fish & Bromley, of sickness. recorded in deed book 43, page 3S0. Spalding Hill, '14, has been out a The amount of this execution is Stanford, Ky. Insure everything. part of this week from illness. .39.10, with interest nt C per cent The Fifth nnd Sixth grndo foot- from the first day of December, J am prepared to do cleaning, re pairing nnd pressing, promptly nnd ball eleven of the Lancaster graded ISOfi until paid and 4.P0 costs and nicely. Oillee nt hd llkinsou's bar- school was defeated hero Saturday tlio further costs of this action. ber shop. Give we a trial. Perry Mc- by tho locnl Sixth grade boys by a This sale will also bo mado subject score of 2o to 0. Tho touchdowns to a deferred claim of $300 against p Lean, Stanford. were made by James Huffman, Rog- said land ns owing on same ns pur k prayer service at the ers Calraese, Enrl Spoonamore, and chase money; levied upon as the Baptist church, at 7 o'clock Wed Christ Camenisch. The goal was property of J. B. Maybrier. Subject "hnt kicked once by Dewey Lcffcw. One nesday evening. Terms Sale will bo mado on n the Prayer Meeting Means to the touchdown was made by Lancaster. credit of three months, bond with ab-eWill Woods, '15, was some Church nnd the Individual." Scnp-tur- o approved security required, bearing Inst week. 12: reading. Acts 'Jl-1interest nt the rate v)f b per cent Miss Ella Warren, '13, hns been per nnnum from day of sale and on the sick list. n Our last Litcinry Society was held having tho force and effect of SYMPTOMS Of COASUMPTrOd sales bond This 29th day of Auguslli on Friday, October 18th. It was W. L. McCarty, S. L. C nt 1912. called to order by the two o'clock ami nfter the secretary Yield to Vinol. hnd rend the minutes nnd called the The medfeal profession do not vo roll, n song was sung by tho society, consumption Is Inherited, that followed by n composition by Miss but a person may Inherit a weakness Maggie Rankin. We then had n or tendency to that disease. tho subject being "Resolved, A prominent cltlren of Evansvtlle, 1ml writes: "I was 111 for five. Thnt Gio Orator is more influential Afrlnnntivo, Miss monthB with pulmonary trouole, and than tho Author.'1 had tho best or doctors; i nau ncmorr-hag- Dossio Brnckett and Jhmes Trib-bland was In a very bad way. negative Miss Mary S. Cook Tr.rnmli Ihn nrtvlr-f- l of a friend I tried and Harvey Wikinson. The judges Vlnol, and I feel that It saved my decided in favor of tho negntive. lire. It Is all you recommenu u 10 Miss Elizabeth Stngg then gave us be. 1 believe It Is the greatest medt-rln- n followed by tho readnn nnrth. I have advised others a recitation, to try Vlnol, and they have had the ings of Wesley Smith and Miss Maud THERE IS REAL PAINT same results." (Namo rurnisaea oa Arnold. Lewis Proctor had tho Currequest.) rent Events this time. Miss Kittle and also some stuff mixed with Vlnol soothes and heals the Inflamed Jones gavo us her class prophecy, cheapening materials that is Dot surfaces' aud allays tho cough. Vlnol followed by tho journal written by worthy of the name. If yos have creates an appetite, strengthens the bad experience with the latter kind critdigestlvo organs and gives the patient Miss Bessio Moore. After tho strength to throw oft incipient pulmo- ic's report wo ndjourncd until next you don't want another. If you haven't take our advice and don't time. nary diseases. Buy our real paints Miss Mnry M. Muthony, one of the experiment. Try a bottle of Vlnol with the understanding that your money will be last year graduates, has been quite and save yourself 'diuappoSntmeat returned It It does not help you. ill nt her country home, but is im- and money as welL A. ALLEN. MMf mi, Ky. Penny's Dni Store, Stanford, Ky. proving rapidly. s y- -'"cs-ta- tu drop-kickeLi-c3. S4-4Mid-weent 3; 9. be-llee, . es e; Cecilton, Md. Mr. George Richards, ol this place, during the past 12 years, has probably tried more different diets than the amage person would ever use in a lifetime". What he has to say about his experiments, must therefore be highly interest Ingto anyone suffering from indigestion or Jtomach troubles of any kind. lie says: "For more than 12 years. I suffered with stomach troubles, and paid hundreds of dollars for doctor bills and medicines. 1 was also operated on for piles. I lived on dried peaches and buttermilk for nearly three years. The only thing that would not give me pain was raw eggs. I was a physical wreck. I could nol tteep, and was as near crazy as a man could well be. nl I must say that after taking two packages of Thedford's 1 ever spent it did me more good than all lor other medicines. I have been working daily on the farm ever since, and I am as hard as iron." This purely vegetable remedy has been In successful use for more than 70 years. 25-ceBlack-Draug- You just ought to see what $15, $17.50 and $20 will buy. Come in early and get your choice of these pretty blue and brown serges, whipcords and diagonal suits. I Severance & Son. FIRE INSURANCE E. X. NEWLAND TANFOM, KY. 52-6I- i i, a M i sW SURETY BONDS E. D. Pennington, Ceunty Survyt)r General Farm Surveying Phone 172, StUrtri fy. R GETTING AHEAD When the officers of this bank see n 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 lnrge resources enable us to give him all the credit his financial condition warrants. The merchant, the manufactuier, tho builder, the fanner who does business at this bank, r"ceives its financial support when he needs it. We invito all who want the of a strong, resourceful bank to become depositors of the Lincoln County National Bank Capital $100,000 Surplus $100,100.00 Corner Next to Courthouse. Stanford Hy. Resources $500,000 "Which of the Three Parties will win?" may be a hard question to answer, but we can answer one for you that is more difficult than this one. should I wear?" Take one look at our Fall stock and the problem will be solved. All wool suits that hold their own and always look good. yv c iry to matte every suit we sell a walking advertisement for us. We can fit you in suits from $10 to $30 in all the shades and styles that ore "up to now." "A "What kmd of Clothes Cummins Tearen K - Stanford, Kentucky Home of All-Wo- ol I Clothes. I 4 JLirttL. JIUtIi' r - (4r3vrsn KA-i .., Wi .. tin W .,.-- tC the liTEMtM mmu. itaMpmw. kcwtmcky. 0UBLIC SALE OF Farm Lands, Live Stock, Crops, Etc. WE WILL SELL AT PUBLIC OUTCRY ON FARM AN! STOCK NEWS Two second hand wag- (Advertisement) Natfenal PrshwHlM Party Platfsrm Tho Prohibition party in national conUMition at Atlantic City, N. J., July 10, 11 nnd 12, 1912, recognizing God ns the source of all governmental authority, makes tho following declaration- - of principles and policies: 1 The alcoholic drink traffic is wrong; is tho roost serious drain on tho wealth nnd resources of the nation; is detrimental to tho general f the welfare nnd destructive rights of life, liberty nnd the pursuit of happiness. All laws taxing or licensing a traffic which produces crime, poverty nnd political corruption, nnd spreads disease and denth, should be repealed. To destroy such n traffic there must bo elected to power n political party which will administer tho govern ment from the standpoint that the ulcoholic drink iramc is a crime n'nd not .1 business, and we pledge thnt ex the manufacture, importation, portation, transportation, nnd snlo of alcoholic beverages shall be prohibited. Wo favor: 2 Tho election of United States Senators by direct vote of the peoand diA uniform marriage vorce lnw. Tho extermination of polygnmy and the complete suppression of the traffic in eirls. the of 4 Absolute protection rights of labor, without impairment of the rights of capital. B The settlement of nil international disputes by arbitration. 6 The abolition of child labor in mines, workshops and factories with the rigid enforcement of the laws now flagrantly violated. " the 7 Suffrage for women on men. same terms ns for 8 A presidential term of 6 years nnd one term only. 0 Court review of post office and other department decisions and or dors; the extension of the Postal Snvine Bank system and of rural of delivery, and the establishment an efficient parcels post. referendum 10 The initiative, and recall. 11 As the tariff is a commercial question it should be fixed on scientific bnsLs of accurate knowledge, aeoured hy means of n permanent. tariff commission, with ample powers. 12 Equitable graduated income and inheritance taxes. 13 Conservation of our forest and mineral reserves, nnd the recla mntion of waste lands. All mineral nnd timber lands, nnd water powers, now owned by the government, should be held perpetually and leas ed fT revenue purposs. 14 Clearly defined laws for the regulation and control of corporations transacting tin interstate bus iness. lit Umeienoy and economy in governmental administration. 1G The protection of one day in seven ns a day of rest. To the.-fundamental principle the National Prohibition party re iitMv.s its long iilleginuce, nnd on thee issues, invite the tion of nil good citizens to the end that the true object of government may be nttniucd, nnraely, equal and e.xnct justice for nil. omni-pnrCisra Wednesday, Oct. 30, 12 EGINNING CONSISTING OF AT 10 O'CLOCK A. M.. OUR FARM OF BLUE GRASS LAND, A LOT OF GOOD STOCK, ACRES qther pROpERTY. The Farm: One farm located 2 mile west of 1 Hustonville, on Dradfordsvillo turn1-- I?cg. No. 4170. :' 1 ten-Adwelling house and one house, both in Rood repair. Also 1 2 luuutuv barns which vil! hold 25 1 acres of Rood tobacco, one stock I barn and all other necessary out- 1 buildings. This land is rich, well 1 watered, lies perfectly for successful cultivation, in fine neighborhood 1 convenient to churches nnd excellent 3 nt pike. Tins farm lias one school. Anyone wishing to look at this 1 farm can find me in Hustonville or my pon on said farm, or can phone me and I will meet them at train at 1 Moreland. HWScS. One pndd'? bred cbtnnt mare, Reg. No. 5823; has record saddle bred bay horse by Ches. Peavine, subject to registration. weanling colt, by Dignity Dare. sorrel mare, bred to jack. brawn raars, bred to jack. family mare, bred to horse. gelding, trotting bred. sorrel yearling gelding, by All Peavine. filly coif, by All Peavine. suckling mule colts; 2 yearling mules. pair work mules; 1 ld mule. as great show mare, breedin? show colts that hare won 1st premiums in pome of best stakes; in foal now to 'All Peavine. 1 pot! Black mare, bred to saddle bred bay horse, Jack. 1 Cattle: Jersey milk cow; 3 Jer sey heifers; 7 weanling steer calves. 2 Inrwe lirnotj sows nnd Rnmp olinntu A few choice ewes nnd one buck. Crops, Etc. "Will sell 2 interest in 13 ncrcs of fine tobacco; a lot of loose and baled hav. A lot of corn in shock; some fodder; implements nnd household goods too numerous to mention. Terms Ea3y. 1-- Josiah Bishop & Son. HUSTONVILLE. KENTUCKY. CAPT. T. D. ENGLISH. AUCT. ALCORN We have another shipment of Alcorn, Price $2 per 100 lbs while the supply lasts. Do not overlook slopping your hogs on shipstuff. Best and most economical feed to start your feeders on. Price $26.00 per ton. 87-- 1. ons. Sam Cnstellj. I have Ave good steers for sale. 801p Jo. Ballou. bnvo a fresh Jersey heifer for I sale. T. D. Ncwland, Stanford 85-- 1 For sale, about 100 head of hogs. Henry Riddcrpnear Ottcnhcira. 85 3 Drindle cow, crop oft right ear, came to my place Sept. 10 Owner can get her by paying for this notice and hor keep. Frank Adkins, Moreland3p Two small shoats came to my paco about four weeks ago. Owner can get same by describing, paying for this notice nnd their keep. Mrs. 85-- 3 Sarah Dayton, McKinney. For Sale. Fine mule jack. This jack is in n class by himself as a mule jack. You will have to Geo this Jack and his colts to appreciate him. Ho must be sold by Nov. 15 as I will leave for tho south after tunt time. Turners colts hae sold this scuauu the at $130, in 1910 several sold atKing Brodhead fair for $125. B. B. 83-Moreland, Ky. Rent The farm of 153 acres For belonging tJ the Martin heirs located about two nnd n half miles from Crab Orchard on Lancaster pike, right on the river; good house on premises, tobacco barn nnd other buildings; cash rent. For further information npply to Leonard Mar80-3- p tin, Crab Orchard. For Sale. ,000 bushels of. stripped blue grass seed. Extra quality. 80 cents per bushel in 50 bushel lots Must be taken this month. H. C. 83-Bright, Danville, Ky. Wanted to buy 10,000 bushels of millet seed. Send sample. Jas. D. 86-Shelby, Junction City. Ky. Estrav Red cow nnd two year ling steers; weigh about 600 lbs each. J. T. Rigsby, CTab Orchard S6-- 3 R. P. D. 3. Public Sale. I will sell my farm of 60 acres on tho Hustonville and Middleburg pike, Nov. 9, also stock and crops. T. A. Wilkinson, Huston' 87-l- p. ville, Ky. For Sale at n Bargain. ur win rent to good tobacco mn, 137 acres fnrm hntwppn Tumcrsville and Jum bo; good buildings; fine water. Chas T. Willson, R. 3, Stanford, Ky. 5. 6. 2, -J For Snlo. Skin On Fire? Either MY. 'AdrertlKtMtiM THINK IT OVER Jut th mild, ilmple wash, the wall known D.n.D. Prescription for Ecmbb. and the Itch Is ma. A trial will prorolt. , We hav sold ether remedies for sfclB trouble but none that we eould sauna-te- e ns we can tha n.D.D. remedy. If tho first regular alt 11.00 bottle doss hot do exactly aa ws say, It will no cost you a cwt f Taft w NJr. WHtn WW te Efecte PreeMent. Shuoars & Tanner Stanford. Kv American Realty C. Are offering splendid Bargains in Our Stock and Grain Farms. Improved specialties ALFALFA FaTms, also Fruit nnd Poultry Farms. We have the Farms they nil Want, Location, Near Towns, Good Schools ,nnd Churches, fine Climate; excellent Water. Send for Lists, Then Sco for Yourself. 304-- 6 Surety Bld'b, Muskogee, Okln. I will 1-- ple. 3 acres on the O recti river 2 2 miles east of McKinney on the Jumbo pike on Tbursdav. Nov. 14, 1912 This fnrm is level nnd under good fences. Qood for corm nnd crass. 10 ncrcs of fine timber land, 5, acres of meadow, 10 acres of pasture, the remainder for corn. house, barn 32x40 A new smoke house of two rooms, buggy house nnd wood shed, tenant house of four rooms. Will also sell household nnd kitchen furniture, which is new, nil of my stock, n saw and prist mill and lumber, crops nnd a vacant lot nt McKinney, and other things too numerous to mention. This funn is on the best road in Lincoln county, Tural mail, telephone close to school nnd church. John Newell. Hustonville 84-7R. F. D. No. 1 Box 108. CO p. sisting of PUILIC SALE offer my fnrm for sale con- COMMISSIONER'S SALE J. N. Cash, plaintiff, vs. John and J & Henar RMI sf Uncaln Democrats .... J. H. Baughman & Co. Phone 11 Stanford, Kentucky. fof 1 are offered the hai In response to the appeal to public spirited citizens to with Wbodrow Wilson in his intention to acoept no money from in the financing interests, nt thn nmnni:m. the I. J. has open ed an Honor Roll of those citizens who are willing to assist in the good fight. Checks should be made pay-nM- a in XV. f). Davis. Trens.. and all received will be acknowledged by the 1. J. in these columns and to tho campaign treasurer, fniilriliutions ko far received are: $72.50 Previously reported LOU A friend 1.00 J. C. Bailey 1.00 J. Nevin Carter self-seeki- ng ior-ward- ed W, V friendship know sw A man. should - Leaves The Kidneys Weak After recovering from a severe spell of sickness faomo time ago, I wns all run down nnd suffering from poor blood. I would hav pains in my back and hips an my kidneys bothered be all the time I started upon the retaking Swamp-Rocommendation of u friend and found it war just what 1 needed. My blood became all right and after taking a fow bottles, I was surprised ut the effect it had on my kidneys. They were entirely cured and I have much to be thankful for that your great remedy did for me. Yours very truly A Severe Sickness ot his.banker. Callin-- i you will.feel at home in OUT -- A BANK is a public institution with its interests bound up in the community in which it exists. bank Stanford, Ky. V. D. EADS. R. P. BROWN, Every responsible citizen like yourself has a right to all the help we can give. Come in and let us know each other. STATE BANK & TRUST CO., Capital $50,000. Surplus $500 J. W. L. MCCARTY, PrM. I. L PEMNY, V. Ptm. M. . SALIN, CasMsr. Card of Thanks We, the family, desire to express our sincere thanks to nil our neighbors nnd friends for their affectionate nnd sympathizing kindness dur ing the illness nnd death of our dear loving mother and grandmother Mrs R. L. Jones, and will they rest assured that; their names and loving words are indelibly inscribed upon W. O. BLACKMON, Phenix City, Ala. trc scroll of memory and our Heav- Sworn to and subscribed before ly Father will abundantly bless all THE CHILDREN. me. this the 14th day of July 1909. W. J. Birs, Justice of the Peace. Everythini at cost at Hughes, Letter te Martin & Co's. Dr. Kilmer & Cs. Blnghamtm, N. Y. Sick headache is caused by a disordered stomach. Take Cham- 1912. Prove What Swamp Rest Will Do horlain's Tablets and correct that 24, For Yeu. E. D. Pennington. M.C.L.CC. and tho headnche will disappear. Send to Dr. Kilmer & Co., N. Y., for a sample bottle. For salo by O. L. Penny. It will convince anyone. You will also receive a booklet of valuable 130.00' TO flOO.00 A MONTH information, telling all about the For your ipar tlm Experience not needed. Wmit ui ttkllvB man in this kidnays and bladder. When writing To Introduce us to your frlendi. locality. We pay . In- larceat caah beneflti when lick, Injured, be sure to mention the Stanford death, (or arnalleit cost. Regular fifty cent and at terior Journal. Drat n re and and sire bottles for sale plicant from Caah.Oonua offer toquick (or this place. Write at all drug stores. particular. 839, Covington, Ky. THE 80-3F Bing-hamto- n, one-doll- ar Sallie Cnrrilton, defendants. Lincoln Circuit Court. In obedience to n judgment of tho Lincoln Circuit Court rendered nt its May term, 1912. in above styled action, the undersigned Commissioner will, nt about 1 o'clock P. M. Mon-dnNot ember 11, 1912, County Court day, in front of the court house door in Stanford, Ky., offer for sale nt public outcry to the highest and best bidder the following personal property nnd Ten! estate towit : the personnlty consists of one saw mill and engine, being n complete Hussell outfit nnd same being same rig and outfit sold to the defendant John Cnrrilton by J. N. Cush. The real estate is described as follows: being in two tracts in Lincoln county, Ky., on Green river and bounded on tho northeast and west bv the lands of Bradley John- ton, on the southwest by lnnds of J. J. Heed, and on the south by minis Crim Smith, southeast by lands of Ben Vest and Joe Pcnnybakcr's heirs, and on the en- -t by lnnds of acres, John McKcc, containing moro or less. Second tract is in gV i Lincoln county, Ky., on wnters of Green river and bounded on the BOURDON REMEDY CO.. Lextnston, Ky. south and west by lands of John r.ncloMxt flixl photo ol hog wa cured of Vinson; on the southeast by lands cholera with your IJouiben that Cholera Htm. djr. Thlt bogwai almoit llf before uiln? dead of D. C. Hingo, on the cast and wesf tha medicine, sod then via entirely ciir!, ? by lands of Bradley Johnuii und cept lot of er, tall, etc. The hof ll owood by Howling tireen. win?, acres, Mr. SkllM It to givoofyou a teitlrnonUl. Ky. He John Ileniy, containing 35 and wo vi: U, uied can get teveral more If you want them. more or les. DRUO CO.. ANo a parcel containing four UowlIngUrocn, Ky, nnd same conncic- -, more or le-Ask Your Druccist lor It. veyed to defendant John Cnrrilton by deed from George Pullinm nnd Shuoars & Tanner. wife, lecuulcd ill deed book 27 page will he offered M8. Tho personalty first nnd if not sufllcient to satisfy judgment, then tho real estate will lie offered ns follows: tract 1, 2 nnd 3. This snlo is made to satisfy plaintiff's judgment for $350 with interest thereon nt (1 per cent per annum from June 0, 1910, with it ciedit of $10 paid Juno 0, 1011. Sale miido on crodit of six months, bond with good surety for purchnse price payable to Commissioner, bearing C per cent interest from day of sale, until paid, secured by lien and having force nnd effect of judgment will be requhed of purchaser. Oct. y, In Kentucky, the Progressive Pnrtv will fall flr Bhorti of securing th required number of oUs to nnnllfv it ns n political partv within the provisions of our election lnws. This is indicated clenrlv bv their insignificant registration, und bv the reports recehed bv the Committee, of conditions throughout the State.. Since the mlddlo of September, the DIHFT HAS BKEN STEADILY TOWAim. THE OF MK. TAFT nnd is 1NCHEASINO IN FORCK ns the election .draws near. The reason for this is apparent to nnv one civliur tho inn Mot a moment' consideration. CONTINUOUS EMPLOYMENT IS AT HAND for nil thoo who desito to find it nnd REMUNERATIVE PRICES REWARD THE PRODUCERS. THIS MEANS COMFORT FOR THE PEOPLrl GENERALLY nnd nccounts nlwi for tho nbsence of political excitement1. The VIOLATION OF THE MOST SACRED TRADITION OF THE REPUBLIC: opposition to n THIRD TERM ns President for nnv man. and the ECONOMICAL THEORIES nnd VITAL CONSTITUTIONAL GUANOES involved in the enndidaev of Mr. Roosevelt, nro issues of cxtrtmo importance, but the fact thnt 1118 PEFtiAT IS CONCEDED BY ALL. except, his most ardent supporters, has to n Inrge extent eliminated them frqm consideration. THE RACE BEING BETWEEN THE REPUBLICAN AND DEMOCRATIC CANDIDATES: our confidence thnt the good iudgment of the people will lend them to MR. TAFT is baed upon the record: THE REPUBLICAN PARTY BELIEVES IN. AND WILL ADHERE TO II IK PROTECTIVE TARIFF SYSTEM. THE DEMOCRATIC PARTY BELIEVES IN TARIFF FOR REVENUE ONLY, which means FNEE TRADE .nnd. if placed in power, will, it true to their pint form declaration seel: nt once to wipe out nnd DESTROY ALL ELEMENTS OF PROTECTION in our tariff laws. Their platform declarations of 1892 and 1012 on this ouestion arc identical nnd. in both, a U'ROTKCTIVK TARIFF IS DENOUNCED AS UNCONSTITUTIONAL. In 1892 the Deinot-rnliPnrtv wiw succe!?ful upon this issue nnd thiv tried their hand on the tariff and the resnlts nro well remembered DISTRESS. MISERY. WANT AND ACTUAL STARVATION WfERE GENERAL THROUGHOUT THE LAND nnd continued until the election of McKinlcv and the restoration of tho Republican Pnrtv to control. Thev. of counc. trv to explain und nhsolvo themselves of responsibility for the result, but thev cannot denv nctunl oondilions ns thev existed during their complete control of the exerulne nd legislative branches of our government. NOW THE COUNTRY PROSPERS. Business prostration in nnv line exists no where within its borders. The affairs of tho government have been economically und efficiently administered. THE GOVERNMENT'S CONTROL OF TRUSTS HAS BEEN STRENGTHENED. A surplus in the ticnsurv after the pavment of nil cxpene. The trade of tlu country is larger than at nnv other period in its hitorv, A Republican Administration, with Mr. Taft as its head, has been niul is now in charge. WE KNOW WHAT WE HAVE IN 1912. WE KNOW WHAT WE GOT AS A RESULT OF 1892. Under the PROSPERITY and PLENTY, under the other DISASTER nnd DISTRESS. THE ONLY SAFE COURSE LIES IN HOLDING ON TO THAT WHICH IS GOOD. DANGER LURKS IN A CHANGE. No risk excent in n chnnge. Tbon why take itT A VOTE FOR ROOSEVELT IS WORSE THAN WASTED: it is a ote to take the risk. SO. MR. VOTER, whatever mav be vour occupation. THINK IT OVER while von et have time, and LET YOUR VOTE SOUARE WITH YOUR JUDGMENT. REPUBLICAN STATE CAMPAIGN COMMITTEE. W. D. Cochran. Alvis S. Bennett. Secretary. Chairman. T HERE'STHEHOG H. B. Northcoft Daalar In Id Poultry, Eggs, Produce, Salt, Lime & Cement PHONE 153. JENKINS-SUBLET- T Stanford, Ky. Fresh Oysters next Friday, direct from Baltimore. T. D. NEWLAND, opposite Court House lefiOIKLEY c? llea , Loose Leaf House at Lexington, Ky. J. C. McClary J.L.Beazley &Co ln J. S. RICE, Ptm. m. TI R Has plenty of room. All modern appliances and facilities handling tobacco. Railroad connection with the house. for Gets the highest prico for tobacco. The Latest, Largest and Best of Loose Leaf Warehouses. Careful ana courteous attention guaranteed. Come to see ua. MARKET OPENS TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 19TH. It ft . ' ! MIMAS' MMtlN U.MI. Lot UomUr f OMMf'tl" haft lt Mtm Jaaa tm t . . feet . pm e. MMMr aaTMsa ' TREES!! Fruit and Ornamental Shrubs, Asnaragus, Rhubarb, PeotUf nies, Roses, Phlox, etc. No Agents. ' Growers of What wo sell. Free UNMRTAKIN AN KMIAUMR Catalogue. STANFIM KENTUCKY. & SONS, m m IL P. IIILLENMEYER VfflM PIMM 117. Hmm PfcMt 9a. Lexington, Ky. UNDKRTAKKM AND DIAL-ALSO IN rURNITURC MAT. TINeM, THIY WILL - WVI THIM FOR ALL KMMM OF STOCK. A CALL. FRIOB XCHAN4B RU. FURNITURE J. D. CLARK, Manager. t-- : . JX