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FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 1. 1012 Mr WM flikiicUltii Yw TOUT ftp WnM bbIbjBi f mlfii Date ami Renew PramaWy TUESDAYS AND FRIDAYS MERCER MAN Mid- FINAL RALLY WHIRLWIND CAMPAI6N KILLED RY A NEGRO Husband ef Former Stanford Murdered In Oklahoma. , i WHY NOT ELECT WILSON? Girl Influential GOOD ROADS LOSE In RETTING TWO TO ONE Ltncetn Demecrats Ta le Held Over Lincoln For Democracy Enqen Here Saturday Afterneen. Much Enthusiasm IB jfat Republican Paper. Asks Bond Inue eaten Its Readers a Leading Question rdiuin iu umain Rockcastle Roosevelt IWO iniTUS rilhnrn R.nnrt.r HIWMM IIVM"! ' Carries Casev, Savs Charped With Fearful Crime. Fehiniihi Insanity. It Tho fihnl rally of (ho floats of Democracy will bo held nt tho court M house hero on Sulurday afternoon lit 2 o'clock. Evary democrat in Lincoln county should bo present and hear the appeal and discussion ot those issuos which nro of bo much importance to their country. As announced in tho Inst issue of tho Interior Journal, Judge John W. Ilugbes, of Hurtodsburg. will bo the Many Lincoln principal spcuker. citueus huo hud tho pleasure ofprevious oof heating the Judge on casious and will of course uvuil themselves of the opportunity to do bo again. Ho is an educated man, has made n study of tho practical and necdlul think' of Hfo and is as fino a tnlker as can bo found in this section of tho state. It is not oftwn that the voters htivc the op portunitv of hearing the pructical funuer, the successful business man tho ublo lawjer and finished speaker all in one. Hut such will lw beard in Judge Hughes. For years be bus owned mid successfully Vondiictcd n law farm in Mercer county, finding time alwuys to ruiso bis oico in defense of democracy and is now os ho bus been for a long time. Judge of Mercer county. Let next Saturday bo a gnla day for Wilson and Marshall. let it bo ouo long to bo remembered' and let which assembles here (h tirowd then, prove u record breaker in sue See to it and in its enthusiasm. that yu "re here at 2 1'. M. and see to it that your neighbor comes along with his neighbor's neighbor. You will profit by ouriresencc and be entertained by Judge Hughes. Some splendid work for tho dcra News hns been leceived by friends Tho Chicngo Post, nn influential The good roads bond issue elec Harrod-iburg, Middlcburg, Oct. 31. The big Ky Oct. 31. Tha ocrntic ticket was done in tho first llero of the murder of W. E. Harlan, independent. Republican newspaper, tion in Rockcastle county Saturday republican "blow out" nt Liberty trial of Thomas Doviue. charged day's whirlwind uuto campaign over lost uv lniittre to obtain tho requir- Sa tiirdny is snid to have- been a Wngoncr, Oklahoma. As Mr. propounds this question to Repnblu Two nt Lincoln county Thursday. with n crime ngainst his daughters, ed two thirds majority vote. The cars full of speakers left town Harlan mnrriod Miss Ada Shelton, cam: advocates, of the bond issue got a "blowtoout" sure enough. There is which was to have begun yesterday said havo been a fairly good "Wb.v not Wilson 1 promptly nt nine o'clock. Hon.W. formerly of this city, the details of baro majority for the proposition, present but it wns composed was postponed until the April term B. Smith, of Riclmiotid, enmo over tho unfortunate nffnir are "This question is addressed pnr the vote standing 1.171 for to 073 crowd of much the night before, nnd the nutoists interest hero against. And so Rockcnstle will have mostly of Dull Moosern, who were pf tho Mercer, Circuit Court, as one nnd her mnnv friends ticularlv to Republicans. there for the "loaves nnd fishes" met Hon. J. W. Newman, State will "Oovernor Wilson suits the Dom. to put up with her dirt roads a that were promised to be more plcn. of tho most imoortant witnesses ia Commissioner of Agriculture, nt her extend henitiest condolences in ocrnts down to tho Round, suits all vvhilo longer. hour of trouble. The Courier- tiful than on one occasion whon our unablo to appear. This witness wan Junction City, nnd both did the Journal minted this m.nnnnf nf Hi-- . Democrats who are worthy to be Savior fed five thousand. E. T. Miss Eva Freeman, aged 19, who lir principal speechmaking during the killing Hustonvllle hled Democrats. But) in an emer of Mr. Harlan, as he wns u Pranks und Bob DavidSou were the ed at Rose Hill, near the home of Congressman Hancv Helm day. Dr. Owen S. Williams attendod the only big guns present, nnd it is snid the Devincs. She was present Mon gency like tins, wliy should not Wit also took his turn nt tho bat. and former Louisville mnn: The body of William E. Harlan, a h0" suit a ,',."fC "urt of lho epublt banquet given in the honor of the tjie- - did not shoot very accurately, day in perfect health, but met with those who hoard him say that ho Blue Grass Dental Society, by Drs. us the applause was not at all accident when returninu .:,i,ni ..,. Illl Wll, i. l, a serious f..n.ii. iLniurill ..c n.: ..:... Willi ,nns as wciu r, made the best speeches of his "Why not Wilson? Letcher nnd Taylor nt tho Hotel only coming iu spots nnd small home iu a buggy with two others, his effcort nt Moreland being wns muidered by a negTo employe, Wilson is a thorough- - Gilcher in Danville Saturday night. spots nt that. Senator Bradley was The horse shied nnd upset the veon his farm, near Wagoner. Okln.. particularly effective. II r. Carroll Reid has returned billed for a speech but did not show hicle, throwing the occupants out. last Thursday, will nrrive in Louis. )?n American gentleman, not only From Sbclbv City where tho first viile this moniing nnd will bo token l!r. "? .a.c"d9,.lt ol mrtu. mu in ui from Lcsington and Louisville where up, perhaps ho had not forsrotten a Miss Freemnn lodged on ft sinnn stop was tnnite, the nwing was to every ideal, impulse nnd nnnciplc. ho spent several weeks. former occasion when he wns down fenco and physicians say her baclb MiHedeoville, tficn to Mnrclnud and to the chapel of Leo Cralle. under, bone was fractured and that there the first Mn J. P. Ends bus returned from for a speech nt this same Liberty. Is only Hustoiuille, nnd on to Mt. Sclem taker. The funeral will be held nt ,f''" "J0"1''cry bo presidential require. a bare chance of her recoV candi u visit to relatives and friends at That right on the eve of tho momT"1 and MoKiuney, and from thcnci to the Walnut street Bantist church. date. ent he had a severe attack and had ery. Her death may occur1 at any Turncrsville. At each point good rinrd, and St. Catherine Streots. ' "(bvcrnor Wilson is u tried and Monticollo. Anyway he would hour. With the excention of her crowds weie present nnd greeted the this nfternoon ut 2 o'clock. Burial trucworthy executive. His brilliant Mrs. Jimmic Carpenter has re- to run awav. have done but little good hnd hc head and fingers her body is com with enthusiasm. The' last will be in Cave Hill cemetery. sM'iil.ers rccotd as Oovernor of New Jersey turned from Louisville. been thero as the breach between pletely paralyzed. slop of the dav wns at Hubble, but Mr. Harlan wns prominent res proves that. Misa Sallie Burdotte visited Miss the Moosers and the Standpatters It required five special Deputy the democrats there hnd become con. ident of the section m which be re- "n.iVnriKii VV'iluntt ia hi, nminandii Culiudu uve last week. i.n uluiiii;ii,it seemed to have been widened und the Shoriffs besides the Jailer to get MUlWillU. Mitiuii fused ns to the date and tunc, and Hided and according to press dis- - hal,c nilJ solls,ble man. He h au Mr. Charles Rogers, of Louisville, betting is two to one now that Devme from his cell into the court so the crowd wius the smallest of tho "' " . nuixKogee, ' honorablo man. He has joined his wife here Sunday, for a Roosevelt carries the count v over room nnd back into the jail. , day. Everywhere much enthusiasm I llltrn IU tniwtltV ratiilitirr nirninut tlm eminently every . " When the caso was called the uigniiied place wiucii lie lias few days visit to Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Taft. wiis inel ii Nil if, indications amount negro who shot him. .Mr. Harlan nt llcIli. Hc lms pcrfor,ed a splendid Goodc. Mrs. O. L. Wilson, of Tallahassee question of the prisoner's sanity to iinv thing, Lincoln is going to give he time of his dentil was justice of ,,ulic hcrvit.c ,,y ift;c the ,)rescllt Mr. M. E. Allen is in Danville for FJa.,is visiting her father and other was raised and it was decided first , the henviest vote in her. history for ... ,...-i-,..s,.c.i.it mm tampHicn out of the riot of to have a jury summoned to inquire a few weeks, buying cuttle. relatives. n demooratic candidate for presiof two largo pioccs of farm- - slinging with which Roosevelt began Mr. L. L. Bomres, of Lawrence-- 1 Dr. C. C. Weeks and brother L. into his sanitj. At 1 o'clock a crowd dent. ing property in vNugoncr count v. I(i burg, is with Walter McKinncy for D. Weeks, of Washington, D. C, of several hundred people had as Accompnnving the spenkets were He wns shot while driving one of sembled in front of the opera house 'In every personal characteristic, a few dns, ere he sails ior Manila, are here visiting old friends. V. 8. Burch. K. S. Alcorn, II. R. his ungons. The negro, to whom he Governor Wilson is equipped to bo P. 1. On The band went to Liberty Satur- to get sight of the prisoner. Simflev. J. I Bailcv. S. T. Harris laid udvnnced money on wages, np nnv imn's president, without regard IMisJs Eliza B. Rout visited her day and played for the Republican Hearing the court room door Devine who did tho introducing nt different pronciied sister, Mrs. Eugene Pope, at Dan- rally, and was the best part of the made a final desperate effort tore asked tor an nililitiou. to whether that tops, and tho two ear were driven nl sum. and wns tPld to wait until or u republican. initi is a Demoerat ville He What, then, of his lust week. whole thing, so say thoso who were sist being taken inside. He was by Crimes Bcnrlev and Will Hocker. the end of the month for his wnges. seized by six stronp men, lifted off political qualifications f Mrs. John McKinney and daugh- there. A prompt stnrt wns made Friday whorenpoii he is snid to have fired "Gov et nor Wilson is nnd always ter, were iu this city shopping The protracted meeting at the the ground, carried into the house for the second day's campaign tho upon his employer. He escaped but ra been n sensible Demoerat, but Baptist church, announced some time and placed in a chair facing the itinerary beiii" ns follows: was nrrested later. Mr. Sylvester Newton and Mis? ago, began Saturday night. Rev. jury, with a guard on each side hold be is pot and never has been u silly, Ionve Stanford 8 A. M., arrive Mr. Harlan was a native of Sul- partisan. Roe McCormack were in Danville Dotson, of Hopkinsville, arrived ing him. A Juror passed' oo Wnynesburg 9:30. RUN OVER IV HOUSE phur, but most of bis life wns spent "Governor Wilson stands for honor Tuesday. Saturday afternoon and is doing the near the prisoner, and Devine gare Leave Wayiiesburp 10 A. M. nr in Louisville. Miss He left this citv nnd efficiency in federal ndminis. Elizabeth Vermillion, of preaching. Good crowds are in at him a vicious kick.'Vhich case'ear three enrs ngo for Oklahoma. He trution. So do ull save those who Dan Mile, visited her sister, Mrs. Ro tendance at night services, and the sending the juryman to th floor. And Miss Carrie Navlor Has Nar- rive Kings villo 10:40. Drs. M. L. Forsvthe, Horace With" Ijavc Kingsvillc 11:30 A. M. ar- formerly was emplovcd bv the Louis- protit bv graft nnd inefficiency. land Bishop this week. meeting is starting off well. Rev. row Escape Frew Death Mr. Bertie Carpenter left Monday Dotson is a fine preacher nnd is erspoon, Carroll Price. T. O. Mere "Governor Wilson stands for the ville & Nashville railroad. Ho is d rive Higblnmi 12. by bis widow, who formerly cubing of trusts and monoplies. So tor Louisville to attend the State preaching interesting sermons. Hc dith and John RoBards, all of this PrnnMrnrtvillp. Kv.. Oct. 31 MisS !.cave Highland 1 P. M. nrrive is a man with a big mouth, and he city, composed the medical staff of was Miss Ada ShelUui. of Stanford, ilo nil, except monopolists nnd their Medical Society meeting. Curne Naylor, voungest duui'htcr of rreachersville "230. Some of the out of town people calls things by their right names. witnesses, and about a dozen other Mr. and Mrs. John ruylor. uuu u I'reachersville 3 P. M. ar- n daughter, his mother. Mrs. Ida defender, Theodore Roosevelt. Inve "Governor Wilson stands for a who attended Mr. Josinh Bishop's He seems to be a very earnest man, citizens also testified. All during Harlan, nnd n sister. Mrs. Harrv mmi inir.iciiloiiH escape from uu rive Crnfc Orchard 3:30. Trent, John Hnrlnn, who is connect' prompt it ml steady downward revis- sale were Messrs. J. L. Murphy. and doesn't shun to declare the whole the proceedings officers took tarn, death, Inst Sunday el cuing Htnnt Leave CrnbOrchard 4 IML nrrive cd with the Tenth street stntion of ion of tho tariff. So do nine tenths Harry Baughman, Ed Nelson, Billy counsel of God. The meeting will about holding Devine in his chair. while on her way to church, when Ottcnhcim 7. The jury rendered a verdict after of the people of the United States. Burton, Smith Baughmun. T. J. Hi 1. run for two weeks or more. the L. & N., is an uncle. a horso nuaen she was run over bv a few minutes' consideration that "Governor Wilsou believes in a Jason Talor and others. by Master Frank Ballard. She will; Democratic Speaking Appointments Thomas' Devine was sane, thus veri. Mrs. C. R. McCormack and son more radical tariff revision than do "Two Merry Tramps." No More Gray or Faded Hair. Wnynesbnrg, Saturday nftcrnojn, her brother, Thomas Navlor. was public u large number of the rank and file visited Mrs. Jason Taylor at Dan"Two Merry Tramps.", that famil- fying charge opinion. His two daugha Nov. 2. J. B. Pnxton, T. J. Hill and wlbin tlPIl p tlm rcMtieiicv ul Women nnd men who use PARIShim with the parentage ters of Republicans. But Governor WiU ville this week. iar musical comedy, will be played o when thv heard tho gallon Virgil MeMullin. -lw sure Prttus. IAN SAGE epn -' t lmir son i" the only candidate who, if Mrs. James H. Yowell and sou at the Stanford Opera House. J. K. their children. ing horses and being apprehensive Ellison's School House Saturday will fever turn gray. elected, will permit the revision of visited Mr. nnd Mrs. Mitchell Tay- Vetter is sending this truthful nnd duiiL'er. crowded close to the night, Nor. 2, Virgil MoMulliu f PARISIAN SAGE will preserve the tntiff at all." Quarantine en Horse Stock and lor Tuesday. DODular entertainment on its oleventh fence in' hopes of escaping injury. Herbert Reynolds the natural color of the hair; stop Mr. Sara Eastman, Live of Harrods- - seasons' travels and has limited its Bledsoe Stock Inspecjor immediately the running Almost it from becoming faded and lifeless, burg. was registered at the Hotel presentation to one company, which Bailey has received official notifi Came Home to Vote for Wilson horses, one of which was ridden by nnd by nourishing tho hair root give Great Meeting at Valley Oak Wcathorford for dinner Sunday. Joe B. Williams and reVirgil Jones, was upon them. At in its personnel represents a judici- cation from the state authorities of to the hair n lustre nnd radiance turned for tlu winter wife have Mr. Walter Vanarsdole. of Dan- - ous distribution of the various a quarantine against horses, mutes The Rev. C. T. C'launch. 6l from Ochilthis time Mr. Navlor was walking that compels admiration. , conducted n glorious meettree. Texas. MrT Williams is a West ville. visited her parents here this characters; among those who have or jacks from Kansas And' Nebrasbehind his sister and wu-- knocked PARISIAN SAGE stops falling End democrat and came all the way w eek. shown their superiority in previous ka, where there has been a Conover bv the Ballard boy's horse ing nt Vnllev Oak, resulting in 2(1 Mr. nnd Mr-- . J. L. Murphy and cast of this play, J. A. Weaver as tinued spread of the disease Some-- , It was the greatest re- h.iir; banishes dandruff; mnkes the from his Western property to vote which also struck tho young lady in additions. scalp clean nnd free from itchiness for WiUon nnd Marshall. He says children of Hedgevillc were here Artie Voevline alias Prince New. what similar to cerebro-spinmenthe back, knocking her unconscious vival we have over hnd. nnd inomotes a crowth of heavy that Texas will roll up the largest Inst week visiting friends and rela foundland, who is mistaken for a ingitis. Veterinarians are unable1 to ..mi iiriinp uiHtn the gmund. hnir. majority next Tuesday it has ever tives. Porto Dice's New Wander real live prince and who is on a handle the situation there, the buL She was hurndly placed tu a bug Dr. Ed Alcorn is in Louisville lark, retains his humorous imper- letins to the local iuStelor savs Lnrge bottle 50 cents nt dealers given. Crops of every description From far nwav Porto Rico come gy and taken to her Home wnere attention. report of n wonderful new discovory everywhere. Sold by O. L. Penny he says, are the best in years nnd this week t see his littler grand- sonation, ably assisted bv Billy and nre unable to nay positively lu-- r iiijuries received Stanford, as Clarence Banjorine. whether the trouble is contagious or There were quite u lot of bruises that is believed will vastly benefit on money back is dissatisfied plan. the wheat so far is excellent. Time- daughter, who has been very ill. Mr. James Hall visited friends nt Opera House Tuesday, Nov. 5. not. This quarantine is ordered ly rains have brought it forward and about lift body n deep gash in her the people. Rnmnn T. March.-.-", of ngainst the stockyards of St. Louis, A Good Woman Gone the farmers nre in fine shape to go Dnnvi'le Tuesday afternoon and "Dr. KiugV head but luckily no bones were brok. Barceloneta, writes: Kansas City. South St. Joe, Chiea Carpenter Williams Mrs. Arthusa Purr, wife of Win. through the winter. en. Some idea can bo bad of how New Discovery is doing splendid ga, and East St. Louis, nnd IndianMiss Llla Rigney has returned lo-- e the call when it is known that wot I: here. It cured me about five Furr. aged about 40 vcars, died at Preachersville, Kv., Oct. 31. fiom n visit to ie1atives at Stan, Pendleton B. Williams, of lLancas apolis, and the shippers of all stock $1 for the Lamest Potato one of tho tiling hidv's simpers and tunc-- , of U'rnblo coughs and colds. her home nt Flat WVhmI, Gairnid hide tombs wert. thiown home dis iiNo mv brother of u sevcro cold in lounty, Monday nfter a short illness ter, and Miss Fannie Carpenter, of into Kentucky must male affidavit Several large Irish potatoes have ford. tnnec uwav. her belt cut in two his chest nnd more than 20 otheis. of pneumonia fever. Deceased be. been brought t the I. J. oftiie rethis place, drovo to the Methodist that such stock has not been in or Preachersville. pieti's, her hair ribbon knocked oft who used it on mv advice. We hope fore her marriage was Miss Arthusa cently, and so much friendly compepnisomige anturdav evening where pased through Kansas or Ncbras.. and a gush cut in her head, which this great medicine will vet be sold Clovd anil u school teacher. Mrs. tition has been moused as to who The protiacted revival services at Rev. J. E. Robeits snid the magic ku within u period of CO days. most likely was nude bv the calk of in oveiv drug store in Porto Rico." Fuir was u consistent member of has the l.ngcst that the I. J. will the Baptist chinch to a close wolds which made two fond hearts Vice President Sherman Dead a horse shoo. Had the noting lady For throat nnd lung troubles there the llaptist church and n Godly wo. give n dollar bill to the one who Tuesday night. There were twenty one. .Mr. Williams is a son ot JUr. After a long illness, growing acute been two inches taller ir bad the is nothing better. A trinl will con- man with a huge circle of friends, brings iu the largest potato by couit odd confessions,-beside- s seveinl re and Mis. John Williams, of Gar. hor-- e inndo his leap that distance vince ou of its mnits. 50 cent & who inouiu her lo-- s. She is suiviv day, which U NoveimW 11th. On hiiuutioits am! no doubt much im lard, who lived near hero last year, in the past few days. Vice President shorter, she would have in nil pro- il.00. Trial bottle free, fliiaiuu-tee- cd by her husband and tin small that day the potatoes will be take! seen good has been done. The com- - while his bride is n daughter, of Mr, James Schoolcraft Sherman died of bability been kilttil. bv nil druggists. children. Bmial occuricd nt Cinb to the store of T. I). New land nexfa, lu'initv in genei.il will receive u mor- - nnd Mis. S. 1). Carpenter and quite Brights disease nt bis home in Utica Stoic. Orchard. door and weighed .and the one prov nl benefit nnd the churches n spirit handsome. We know the groom to N. Y., nt 9:42 Wednesday. IIe had Sam Owens' Sate. ing the heaviest n'H get tho dollar u.il uplift. Rev. E. B. English, who be a haul woiking, industrious been sinking since early morning, SHIPP'S LINIMENT John Miiaelc. of Varillu. Bell bill. Potatoes entered for this prize so faithfully conducted the services voting man nnd wish to congratulate bute rallied about 7 P. M. the eppar Tho sale of S. M. Owens, near nttoriioou did Rheumatism, county, was killed bv falling from n will become the piopeilv of the I. J. will administer the rites of baptism him on winning so fine a companion ent improvement being of short dur McKiunev, Tiiedav Quickly relieves ntion only. Mr. Sherman was the nt I P. M today, Wednesday, at for life. trnin tm which he not draw as well as Mr. Owens had Neuralgia, Backache, Headache and moving freight twenty-sevent- h Vice President and a expected nor like the ilns of stock other pains. A reward of 100 will was working. Miracle had been iu Snm H. Nichols has been elected White's Mill . Rev. English nt close A be paid if it fails and the purchase the employe )f the L. & N.. ns a cashier of the Bovle Bank and Trust of meetings highly complimented Col. Jack Chinn has moved from candidate on the Republican ticket which be had, would deserve. number of handsome mares with price is not refunded. Try it nnd brnkemnn and lost his foothold nnd Co., to succeed the late Henrv G. our poople on good orderv and punc- Mercer to Woodford and bought a for fell between Hie cms. tual attendance. farii nnd country store. Sundifm. colts at their sides weie tnken down sic. 50 cents nt nil dealers. FlaMed Train With Shirt because of small bids and several geldings, sound and well bioke. and Tearing his shirt from his back OPERA HOUSE (ELECTION NIGHT) NOV. 5th. ELECTION RETURNS READ FROM STAGE. THE TEXAS TOMMY CHORUS WITH "TWO MERRY TRAMPS' the best horse blood tu the state, an Ohio man flagged a train and were led bock to their Malls for the saved it from a wieck. but II. T. r '" '. I ipi m "I'll' ; .! "Ti"" t'M ji r;;' mi mo reasons. Alston, Raleigh. N. C. once prevent 'iumMdr Light eulves went t A. L. Raned i wreck with Electric Bitters. "I kin at J" and 'J yearling steers nt wag in a terrible plight when I began $1.80; ('. R. Brawner bought one to use them." he writes, "my stom2 calves went to Vir ach, head, back and kidneys were hteer ut (Vimphcll at 48.50: milk cow to gil all badly affected ond ray liver was in bad condition, but four bottles of 0. W Kogor lor 3.2o; one to Jack Goer for r fill: one to (ireelov Lutes Electric Bitters made me feel like heifers were bought by n new man.'' A trial will couvince for 1sl8; you of their matchless merit for any J. 1). Ends & Sous ut 10.25; pair yciirling mules to "Viigil Cuinpbell stomach, liver or kidney trouble. iit 55 each; horse mule to same Price 50 cents ut nil druggists, initio to J. party nt 50; old enr Rov. J. G. Livingston will preach B. Ilouuker for $120; 5 mule to same party tor IHI; bay ut Mt. Ziou next Sunday morning tAsQkHF VbV .flVXt BhBhVbV "'"tCC BBflSSia BBBMru and night. gelding to Ben Pencil for 00; nair ld luaro mules to J. 11. 4 .vear $25.00 In Gold Given Away Honakcr for 375; Inood luaro to cailiug W. L. Law son for .155; WbTBb MmwBB 11 1 .'llBWJBl 11 i I V MMJ I m ' I m R. M. Newlnnd, the Life nnd Fire Bb i mm Wc 1 fillv to V. II. Murphy foi ".". Insurance agent here, will give a tohnd ndvertised his Owens .Mr. bacco show on the 2nd Monday in beautiful fnim ot 12(15 aeies, for December, court dav. sale, but bidding was so unsatisfacPrizes as Follows: tory on his other ptopoity that he $15 in (fold for the best six hands no offer tho place publicly, savdid J of lugs to weigh not less than four " V w4Br'"t-''"w- W YJHYJbT- i'WJ BBJBBl ing, however thai ho would be glad VVM TKWflVi .BJBJl BBf rc pounds. anyone privately who Tv ; BjBT BjbT wvVBV to show it to BBJBBJ .iBLBi flTAT tBJBV .BBT vJBaiM .flsJ BBj i. $7..r)0 for the second best. contemplated buying land. $2.50 for the'third best. No trash leaf or red sonsidered, I have lost two hounds, one medi A. Wk King, Danville, Ky., Judxe. iura sized white and black female, Talk with me about your fire aad and one (food sized Hack and tan will get reward. "J. life insurance. R. M. NEWLAND. dog. Finder h ii iiiBBBMwBBBMUfelfcfcAdKiiAawMMaMfii miiri'i AJJKX3tkj&mtjBHBtBAZA ' 80-t- f. ' M-hos. Hockley, Jr. cn-rce- .'.il. gen-ora- ""er.r ,vT " "'-- .."'";, """; '"" .. mud-own- Sat-uidn- t sur-vive- 3 a, I -- w. al it g. M .- ..J 1' d FA a ,n i hi mmmm .. . f. ir n'ji tPHWlMMI IUB BBLl' - BBrf 'BMBV"Hftt',''' 11',iWm ' li'Bll I VBbBk 91 liB -- V V -- - J 3. BBmbSiBBB'' Hi l l..v MPt-v . Lfi; THE INTERIM J0UM1AL BTANFORi. KENTUCKY. The Interior Journal U. SAUKJCT. .FroprltU Shot lo death while out hunting Birds, Rabbits, Etc., Etc. with our shells. Winchester Leaders and Repeaters are the best for field and trap. Let us quote you prices en the best shell on the market 8HILT0M 1 A TEAR BTR1CTLT IN ADVANCI Kntirti tint t Ik ttto!fit$ si stsfl atatter Sfnfird M TltOS. II. MARBHALIj Tot Vtngrif HARVEY HELM r.r VtmUk't Illy E. V. TUKTEAR J. F. 1I0LDAM Fr Circuit Tt MititrattVr. M. FIELD r.r JfSflt(rf M. C KKWLAND for tt r. I'm DEMOCRATIC TICKET FttiUtM WOODROW WIL80M. tlr The announcements In this column are o( eandidatet (or incf, obJrct to the action ol No annrancemenit the Deaoeratle primary. will bo made, nnlrtt pld for In adtaneel For Ktprfntalitt. V1K01L McMULLlN. Political Announcements jHlrctrtfl City. Mrs. C. B. Helm, who hns been seriously ill, in nomcwlmt belter nt this writing. Trnyner, of Sophronia Mrs. Louisville, wns n recent gueet of Mr. nnd .Mrs. Jesc Minor. Mr. It, S. Martin sold to John Holthy a hoiiRo nnd lot on Lucas Street for $350. Mr. J. P. Kniley nnd family, of Shelby City, have mocd into the hoitte recently vacated by Mr. Alice Urownficld. Mis Uesic Rogers, of Danville, who is teaching in the graded school here hns taken rooms with Mrs. J. Walker Bailey. Mr$. Alice Urownficld and dnugh-tie- r, Mrs. J. C. Robinon, have moved into ono of Mr. Thomns Cosby'n J, Ftr Shtrif H. 8. 11AUGIIMAN n. w. atVENS T. J. HILL J or Cstmhr Judc T. A. HICK If. F. NOHTII O. WEATHRUFORD For PEVTON OEOHOE DINK WILLIAM W. A. CARSON PAKRIBlf DKBOKOR FAKtfER H. 11KBTIR Jtiitr PENNY'S, The Rexall Store. P. L. BECK 8. M. OWENS R. U. BRONAUOR P. U. HANDIDOE 1. H. BOONE VT. T. OARNER LAFE UORUA9 William . C. Lonj, Ttr Aimtor Working Men. jMs))tMftftasMaaMMasftftftaftftftaftftftft The Hardest Thing; sWe ; Have To Buy Are the garments you work in. To get them ? i' i t Farmers Teamsters Engineers Men With Pick and Shovel, Hammer Good Enough, Strong Enough, Cheap Esosgh and at the same time, Genteel, Men who is a hard problem, and yet we have solved it, and today we LABOR, are showing such a stock as Stanford has never seen, of Aid it's to these merchandise to work in. MEN we address Shoes, Hon-eHeavy Calf-line- d this 'ad.' Mike Boots and Shoes, Heaw Rubber Boots and Arc tics, and such a line of WORK GLOVES you really never saw, from a 10c Canvas one at $2.00. to a hand-sewe- d st and Saw are the Taft Aaalnst the Farmers. As Gov. Wilson says the farmer feeds the country, while Congress has been feeding the trusts. He is fore ed to tell in the cheapest market and buy in the greatest monoply market in the world. When Mr. Taft vetoed the bills passed by Con. jress to relieve the farmer of some of his burden, he struck a blow at the foundation of wealth at the country and showed how firmly he is held in the grasp of the interests. The matchless leader on the floor of the House, lion. Oscar Underwood, says that had tho bills passed, been permitted to become laws without the interference of the President, the people of this country would have saved $650,000,000. The House passed some of the bills over Taft's veto but the Senate was like Taft, bound to his idols. Mr. Taft admit ted that his party had not kept faith with the people in some of the schedules of the tariff, but when given the opportunity to correct them he failed to do so, giving the flimiest of pretexts. Such a course could only result in the failure of his The people have administration. lot confidence in him and he will soon go into merited retirement. A glorious day is dawning for Demo cracy and nest March, please God. a man who believes that platforms are to stand on, and not used solely to get in on, will use every endeavor to restore to the people their control of tho government. It is always the safest plan in politics, as in other matters, to take The election nothing for granted. of the Democratic ticket seems assured but it will not be successful unless those who are for it shall cast their ballots. Victory is now in our grasp. Let every man go to the polls next Tuesday and take ad vantage of the greatest opportunity that has come to the people in many years to return to the control of th3 government. attended the Hubert Carpenter banquet of the State Medical Association at the Seclbach in Louisville Wednesday night. He took a poll of the doctors at tho table at Eighteen of them which he sat. were for Wilson nnd four for Itoose-cl- t. Not one said ho intended vot ins for Taft. Arabia Mies Cotdia Delk nnd Richard Trimble were married nt King s Mountain Saturday night, Rev. Can. non performed the ceremony. Miss Delk was the daughter of Mr. nnd Mrs. S. Delk of this place. She is 10 and Mr. Trimble 18, We have new neighbors, Mr. Bell, who is go ing to have n store nnd a broom fac tory. Mrs. Adams is visiting nor sister, Mrs. Fannie Moore, at Jumbo. Last Saturday No. 0 ran into Mr. Trustee's hand car nnd tore it into kindling wood, but no one was hurt. Mr. Richard Austin rnied some poi tatoes this year that weighed two pounds apiece. Bee Lick Rov. David Gentry filled his regiu HEAD-LIGH- T r1 IK-.- man's price, $1.00. ALIGATOR SLICKERS in the Army Drab color, they never leak nor stick; in long coats or short coats and pants, at $3.00. OVERALLS, and there was never a better one made any size, 30 to 50, at the Iwork-in- g Working Men, I want you to see these goods RJ.McRoberts LB' I: V. STANFORD, KENTUCKY . t i? We have a full stock of Hiating Stoves. Coal Vases : Mr. nnd Mrs. Joe E. Wright have returned from Denver nnd Colorado Spring, Colo., during tOiich trip they also visited Mr. Wright's brother, Mr. James Wright in Knnsas. Mrs. Cnrmichal, of Bowen, hns moved into ono of tho Cosby houses in this plnco. Mr. nnd Mrs. Mack Baucom have Green Brier. returned from a visit to the former's Mr. nnd Mr. Lnfc Leach and parents in Fulton. Mrs. Sallie Banks, of Cane Val- daughter nic visiting nt Danville. Mis Klla Leach nnd Miss Dollie ley, stopped over with her sister, Mrs. Lucy Reynolds en route home Sims arc visiting Mrs. It. E. Ilorton. Misses Veren and Venin Sims from n visit to her son, Mr. Benja spent Saturday and Sunday with min Banks in Richmond. their uncle, Mr. Crnig Sims. Brod-hca- d Mr. II. L. Tharp went to Miss B. Sims accompanied by her Saturday and expects to bring ocusin spent Saturday and Sunday his family with him when he returns with her parents and attended the They will occupy the house belong- box supper nt Green Brier. Mr. G. W llortou and family have ing to J. M. Kcanc. Mrs. W. V. Phillips, of Huston-vill- e, moved back to their old fann. Mrs. W. M. Burton is able to be was n recent visitor to Mrs. out again, her many friends are Mary K. Hnnkln. glad to know. Mrs. J. Walker Bailey has returnMrs. E. G. Gillilnnd nnd children ed from a visit to Mr. J. W. Bailey visited her mother, at Eubanks last Morcland. at week. The school nt Shelby City being The box supper given by the taught by Prof. Robert Powers went Green Brier .school was a success. to the Knobs on a nutting trip Fri- Miss Dniy Sims' box bringing $1.75 which she received n ring us first day. Tho Cumberland Grocery Co. have prize. Some of the most comic pieces received two 20 horse power auto were "Misunderstanding" by Misses Grace trucks, which will be used between "Coin Jeffries and Rosettn Privitt, Laura JohnSomewhere" city nnd Lebanon in hauling son, Stella Leach. bv Yankee in this "A heavy goods. Love'' bv Stella Leach. "Uucle Pete Mr. G. W. Settles hns opened n by Ira Braswell nnd Mnrso O'Denr, grocery in the store room recently A large crowd was present and all report a good time. erected west of the depot. Mr. J. T. Ilorton, will have a sale Mr. Stephen Anderson, of Johnson county, Kns., visited his brother at his home one mile cast of King's Mountain on Nov. 4, even body Mr. M. L. Anderson, recently. W. D. Lunsford bought of O. P. come. Green, of Pnrksville, a lot of butchThe Winchester Xews heretofore er cattle nt 3 2 to 4 cents a pound. an independent dai'v has declared AKn n fnt hog from .1, W. Baling nt for Wilson fur Prcsivnl. 8 cents a pound. Mrs. W. H. Tadlock, son Wallace, ZEM0 FOR DANDRUFF and Mr. Adam Jones, of Lexington, are visiting tho former's sister, Mrs. You Will Be Surprised to See How Quickly it Disappears. G. S. Cosby. Prof, and Mrs. Jno. W. Rawlings, No more dirty coats dandruff of Danville, visited Mrs. Mnry E. heads. Zemo stops dandruff. Apply it any time with tips of fingers. Hankla Sunday. lions. Ben Lee Hardin and C. C. No smell, no smear, Zemo sinks into Hngby will address tho citizens of the pores, makes the scalp healthy, this city at the Maccabeo Hall on makes the hair fino and glossy. For Wednesday evening, in the interest any skin affliction, itch, dandruff, of the Democratic candidate for eczemo, pimples, blotches, try Zemo at our risk. Zemo is prepared Dy president. E. W. Rose Medicine Co., St. Louis. Mrs. .7. W. Green and daughter, Mo., and is sold in Stanford by Pen little Miss Linda, have returned to ny's Drug Store. London, after visiting the former's mother. TESTED AND PROVEN Miss Lula May Hays, of spent Sunday with her There Is a Heap of Solace In Belnq cousin, Miss Lucy Hankla. Able to Deoend Upon a Mrs. Mary E. Hankla, entertained Reputation. nt n six o'clock dinner Friday even ing in honor of Mr. nnd Mrs. Joe E. For months Interior Journal read-es- r Wright, who have but recently re have seen the constant expresturned from a bridal tour to the sion of praise for Doan's Kidney Rock Mountains. In nddition to the Pills, nnd read about tho good work guests of honor, there were present they have dor.e in this locality. What Miss LaVinia McGraw, Mrs. J. W. other remedy ever produced such convincing proof of merit T Green and Mrt. W. W. Phillips. John H. Wren, E. Mnin Street, Mrs'. J. R. Steele and daughter, Stanford, Ky., says: "I know from Mury, have returned from a experience thnt Doan's Kidney Pills Mis visit to the former's mother, Mrs. arc all that is claimed for them. Off Mary Westerfield, at Parksville. and on for several yearsl had severo Miss Hazel and Master Wheeler attacks of lame back. Often I did McGinnis, of Parksville, visited Dr. work that required stooping and at such times the backache became and Mrs. J. R. Steele Saturday. The Royal Amusement Company, much worse. Thero was also a too fiequent to void the after giving n street fnir hero for secretions desiro dny and night. kidney both DoanH six days, left Sunday for Steams, Kidney Pills relieved mo nnd hnvc Ky. never failed to benefit me since then W. A. Reynolds motored to Danwhen I hnvo taken them." ville Friday nnd did some shopping. For sale by nil dealers. Price 50 cents. Foster Milburn Co., Buffalo. Rev. Bunvon McLcod, of Ander- New York, sole agents for tho Unitson, S. C, is the new pastor of the ed fjtntes. Remember the name Doan s First Presbyterian church at Har rodsburg. nnd take no .other. ' 1-Well-Earned house. caster, nt Orchnrd Grow without nnv additions. rimrles Mnrscc, tho son of Mr. Job Marscc underwent n Hucccssful operation Inst week for npitcmliri tis nt Danville. He serins to be doing nicely. .Fudge Browning hns returned from llio mountains wlipro he spent sceral days in buying cnttle. A little girl who had come for her first muJo lesson, wns asked bv her teacher, ''Ruth can you pingT" Sho replied "yes'in, I enn sing hut I can't carry the tune." Mi Mary Chestnut will go to Lexington tho latter pnrt of the week to visit Mrs. John Woods. Mr. nnd Mrs. Jim Ycnger, of Till. n, Okln., who nro now tho guests of Mrs. John Woods, of Danville, art ptpceted soon to visit friend of their old home. l.iet week on a pleasure trip. W. T. Doolin sold two weanling mules on court dny for $100. He alio sold Via Lcnr n bunch of ISO pound hogs nt 7 cents. Jim Sutton bought 10 cnlvcs from C. A. hobinson nt fl 2 cents. meeting hits jmt A protracted been closed by Rev. Bush ,of Lan1-- Robert Fox went to Lexington At Cost itoclc 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 op portunity you will ever have to save money. Strictly a cash proposition. Goods charged will be sold at the regular price BEGINNING Monday, Oct. 21st, we will Mil our entire :::::::: Hughes, Martin & Co. Stanford. Ky. Old in Age Rut Modern in Ways on The FIRST NATIONAL BANK, of Stanford Is the oldest Inst:-tntiin this section of the state, having been orjjnnired March 0, 1854. A bank to have stood the panics thnt have ocenrred in tho past 58 years must bo all right. This bank todny is stronger and Better thnn it ever was. While old in age it is modern in methods. Our patrons, and they are many, will testify to the fact that we take enre of them in a manner both pleasing nnd satisfactory. Your patronage is respectfully asked. Remember our pledge of courteous treatment nnd honorable dealings. Our directory includes some of the most prominent business men and farmers in this section of the county. Try us. J. S. HOCKER, Pres. H. C. BAUGHMAN, Caihler. S. T. HARRIS. Vice Pres.. W. W. SAUNDERS, Ind. J. R. HARRIS. Bookkeeper. The ARE LOOKING COAT SUITS. Wide-Awak- e People FOR SOMETHING AND WE HAVE IT IN LADIES' MISSES COATS AND SO COME AND TAKE A LOOK. L.L.SA1ERS, Crab Orcliard, Ky. BafciBafeaW Foot Wear To Suit Everybody Tans, Gun Metals, Patents and Velours. High tops for men, Ladies and the little ones. FALL GOODS NOW COMPLETE Come and see them Sam Robinson Ceal Hids, Grates, &c Call and see them. " ; u 'r lnr appointment nt Hethcl Sunday last. Mrs. David Proctor is still on the tick list. Mr. John Scott, who has been in Indiana is at home again Mr. M. M. Taylor is at homo ngnin for a few days. Mr. 0. W. Taylor and Morris were in Mt. Vernon Tuesday to hear Gov. Beckham speak. He made a splendid speech to about 1,000 people. The protraetd meet ing will begin nt Bethel the secind Sunday in next month. Fall and Vj The Perfect Laxative For Elderly People Are has Its attraction: no let than properties that strengthen the stomach, mora aerene quieter life, South In athis very Ufa and reat without liver and bowels. Is Dr. Caldwell's Syrup la Pepsin, which thousands of elderly peoof sufficient ezerclae that LHoki with It ple use. to the exclusion of all other thoKo dlaordera that arlae from In- remedies. Trustworthy neonln liks A. n. activity. Chief of theaa ar a chronic, Tlrrett, Oalclawn Furm, Newbern, Term., peralatent conatlpatlon. and Mrs. Utile S. Brooks, Itorls,' Ky., Moat elderly people are troubled In say they take It at rerular Inter thl way, with accompanying symptoms vals and In that way not only mainof belchlne, drowalne after eatlnir, tain general good health, but that they headaches and ceneral laaaltude. Fre- have not In years as good as they quently there is dimculty of digesting do now. You will felt well to alwaya do ven llfht food. Much mental trouble have a bottla of It In the house. It Is ensues, aa It Is hard to find a suitable good for all the family. , remedy. First of all the advice may be Anyone wishing to make a trial of this given that elderly people should not use remedy before buying It In the regular alts, cathartlo pills or powders, waters druggist at one or any of the more violent purgatives. way ofa a large bottle fifty cents or can thev need, women as well aa men. dollar a samDla bottla (family else)noma What sent to tha have Is a mild laxative tonic, one that Is free of charra bv elmolv addresaliur Dr. pleasant tO' take and yet acts without IW. B. Caldwell. 40S Washington St.. , ajripm-name all these re--I Mon ii remedy that fills addition toalo'oa atlcello. 111. Tour do. and"addrese postal card will QUlrtioects, and baa la CLOAKS We have just received a complete line of Ladies', Misses' and Children's Cloaks. t i - W.EHiggins Stanford, Ky. if- t rr.1. : ' new Fall ud Winter Sample an bow ready for your Innectlon. They eomprU I can ult anyone tho beet on tho market. aa to price who had bit clothes mad la order. A rait made to your meaeurs It pre-tle to reaay maa eiotnei. to nay uem A to meaaurs doesn't cut any more than ready mad when juality and fit I eonaid- M. O. MUPIMT, WWk Sultlm. W. E. PERKINS . . Crab Orchard, Ky 1U TnetUii JtOtr fajieJalJ ii aau i trT 'ttrrri' -- - MC"" . ! . THE INTERIOR JOURNAL STANFORD. KENTUCKY. wE3fcgaM&2 Ik only 11 ll Dating Powder vA nQLY jll Jfm wr ( jot Grape BaltingPowder AbsolutefrPyre Royal caster Wednesday. I hnv moved to Frankfort, hut Monev to Loan. From $1,000 to $25,000, nt f per cent, with Good inv sister. Miss Daisy Vandeveer rrnl estate security. E. D. Penning-to- will continue business in (he samo 78-8place and your patronage Is still Stanford, Ky. solicited. Mrs. J, J. Lynn os-l- . Penalty on School Tax will bo ad Only a Fire Hero. ded on Nov. 1. in Crnb Orchard disHill (lm crowd cheered, as. with trict. Get you receipt .from Miss O. M. Lackey at Crab Orchard UanK. burned hands, ho held up u small round box, "Fellows I'' he shouted, For rent for year 1913, brick this liucklcn's Arnica Salve 1 hold, store room in Slnnford, corner of has evei thing bent for burns." Mnin nnd Lancaster streets, oppo- - Right nlo for boils, ulcers, cores, bruisito courthouse. J. S. Hoekcr. Bfltf pimples, cecmit, cuts, sprains ses. Surest pile cure. It subdues Only 25c For snle, nt Crab Orchard, a intlamnintion kills pain. nt nil druggists. the liouso and largo lot, oppoMlo Itaptist church. Rev. Father Leo, Luln Adams, ngo 2 yonrh, a daughOtlcnhcim Wayncsburg P. O. 803 ter of Frank Adams of Rou laud, died Tuedny nml wns buried Wed I hnvo ft nice displny of lints for nesdav ut Goshen nfter service nt Indies and children; would ho glad home bv Mr. J. ('. McClnry. to have you cnll and pco tliem. Mrs. Lancaster. 80-- 3 ('. M. Young, Highland. Mrs. Ed Perkins was hostess for Tin or Ohio Citt or Toudo. t( nn elaborate course dinner at her Mil COCKTT. Is rmit otJ.lbCnritT olmukrt rath last Co, srnlor homo in Hill Court, the honor guests I". J. Chsikt oolnf firm ptrurr buainna la th Cltf ot Toledo. Cuuntr and PUU being Medames Svvopc and Mobcrly arnrmaiit. siwt trut mkI firm will pay I be ium ol K.t rh and rtrrr of Knoxville. IKlM.AItfl ONI'. HONIinlll that tur ol CiTtHKK Ctaccinool l nirrd tr tt lue ol Utx'a Catiua hirelings, t the The ir.iervr.tinK ritANK j cnr.sr.Y. In mr Sworn lo bffor m and Presbyterian church being conductUu tib ilir ot Vfttmbtt. A. I), litt. ed by Rev. Joseph Hopper, of LebaA. W. OLCASOX, i i 1 ",A-s. I Notat Priue. non, continues to draw good t n, p. 2l u "f, 1 I-- . The Shoe Question The question of Shoes for the family is a serious one. 1 o get appearance, wearing quality, and comfort, is not always easy to do. We believe our large stock is a happy solution of this question. We have all the new leathers, velvets, and cravenetts, in Ladies' Fine Shoes. For girls we have medium and high tops, in gun metal and tan. For men and boys, we have the real wear resisters in Star Brand Shoes. We have compared these with other shoes and sold enough of them to know there are none better; blacks and tans, in medium and high tops. Our motto is Your Money's Worth. i " i : wlitd r""". uudi-ence- Halli CaUnta Cure la Ukrn mtrrnallr and trta dlrertlr tipn (be blond and muroua rurlacra ot tbe trittm. send ur teitlmonta. free.A Ct Tomlo, O r. J. rilKNF.V Sold br all pninma. TVr. Hi nail I amiir I1IM fr rouUpalloo. JU Personal and Social. Mr. K. T. Ileazicv was in Lan- Mr. Wollucc Oovcr, of Crab Orchard, wan the truest of friend here for several days. Mr. Itcttie Hindi is the irucot of Mr. mid Mrs. J. Iiichard Itusii in Lexington. Alice Ilenzlev is (ho truest of Mi her Bihtor, Miss Mollic Itcuzlcy nml Mrs. Johnson nt Danville. Mrs. J. II. Collier and daucbtor Miss Clnra Collier of Crnb Orch-nwere, here Wednesday shnftutij:. V. II. Miirnhv has just returned from n busineMt trip to McKinncy, Texas mid other points in tho went. iln. W. S. Dcnlinm has returned home after n visit to rclativcH and friends in Danville Mi Muttie Adainn, of Lancaster, will bo the uuest of Mrs. John En Kleman Sunday. .Mrs. 0. 1 Huffman is visitinc Mrn. Thomas Klkin at Lancaster, this week. .Mrn. J. F. Cummins went to Crab Orchard Thurxdnv to tee Mrs. II. I). Campbell Mr. Itohert Hlkin, of Lnnenxtcr, as the truest of his aunt, Mrs. 0. I'. Huffman luxt week. Mii-e-s Sampson, of Harrodsbnn: hae been tho recent guests of Miss rJnnic Xcwlimd. Mrs. James Bcnilcy, of Luucns-te- r, was the guest of Mrs. Will Iluvs Thursday. Mr. J. White Guvn, of Lcxing ton has returned home after spending a week with Mr. and Mrs. J I ill Jennings nt Moreland. Misses Lucy Spoonnmorc, Hettic WiUon nnd Annie Huffman, of Hub. hie, were the guests of Mrs. Lindsay SKonamon: Sunday. s Pendleton, Isabel lies1 Reynolds and Florence Carter were the guects of Mr. Robert Carter, and hi.stcr. Mis Kliabcth at More-lanInst week. Mis Annie Herndon, of Iancnstcr posted through here Tuesday, hke lind been to Louisvillo and was returning home. of Pierson and Nenl Mesduinc Selina. Ala., who hnvo been viiu ini' their brother. Kev. D. M. Wnl ker, were enllrd homo Thurdnv on the nceount of the illness of Mrs. 1'iiTson's oldi-b- t child. Mr. and Mrs. S. P. Stephenson, of Ilustonville, were in town Sundav on their wnv home from a viMt with relatives nt lioyle. Cnscv News. Mr. nnd Mrs. Shell Ontts nnd baby left Tuesday for their new homo near Dan wile. They will bo gientlv misled by their many flieiuls here. Mfintinol1. Outlook, ul -.Mi-ed Itcv. If. It. vcl is the guest of his daughter, Mrs. Woods at Pnint Lick Mrs. Lucy Itenzlev i visiting her brother, Mr. Humphrey Hudson nt Danville. Mr. William IIucv, of Louisville, wns here Thursduy ending on the irerchuuts. Miss Elln May Snunders has been quite ill for several days, but is thought t be improving now. Mrs. Chnrlotto Warren has return, cd homo after a visit to relatives and friends in Lancaster. Mr. nnd Mrs. J. B. Willis, of Crnb Orchard, have been the recent guests of Mrs. Susan Ycager nnd father. Mr. George liright. Mrs. J. C. Lynn nnd children have moved to Frankfort to be with her husband, who has n position (here. Mis. M. A. Itenzlev, wf Lancaster-i-s the guest of her daughter, Mrs. Will Hays and ton Mr. J. L. Itenzday for Kansas Citv to visit her daughter Mrs. Robert Hail and 6on Mi. Hen Wcaren. Mrs. Annie New land has returned homo nfter a visit to relatives and friends in Lexington, Paris and Li v. miMon. Mrs. Kittie Haley and children, of Lebanon Junction, attended the burial of her sister, Mrs. Dink' Farmer Wednesday. WHY NOT YOU? m lev. .Mrs. George I). Wenreu left Thurs- Dla Bonus Vote Offered in Robinson's Bio. Contest. Sam YQH5 MiMHil is probably due to uric acid in the system the blood must be purified the noisonoua acid driven out and general health must be improved. Thousands testify that Scott' Emulsion rids the system of poisonous acid by enriching the impoverished blood, and its con centrated nourishment is converted into red blood Miss Maude Arnold won the din ncr set this week in Sam Robinson's piano contest. We will for the next 10 days give a bonus vote of 500 vot with every 50 cent tie sold; with every $1 shirt we will give votes. Get busl girls, now is HOW THEY STAND .uir time; only two months and you Echoes from the International will know who tho lucky girl is. De-Convention of the Disciples of Christ Heavy Vote Beino. Cast in Diamond low is the standing of tho contestheld in Louisville will bu given nt Rlna Contest at Junction City ants nt the hut count: 43 I0.3S0 the Christian church next Sunday at 131,830 2 :t:t.08.r 4111,710 10:45 A. M. All bemembers of the A heavy vote is being polled in present. The 40 10,725 church urged to 381,220 the big Diamond Ring Contest at the 4043,940 public cordially invited. I). M. Wnl Richardson Store, Junction City. 300,5115 4711.450 kcr, Minister. The standing nt tho last count was li 35.030 4S 39,910 as follows: Fish Supper at M. H. Johnson's 730,100 4970,195 233.200 Miss Georgin Wells 8 72,200 5041,125 M. II. Johnson will have a delight- Miss Lucy McCord 217.250 f- t- 37,440 5742,185 ful fish supper nest Saturday night Miss Hallio Leigh 170,780 52 11.795 at his homo 1082.330 near tho Ottenhcim Miss Atinio Atkins 122,350 1134.015 5312.225 pike, n mile and a hnlf from May-woo- Miss Almn Co-b- y 120.100 51 11.2S0 110,800 All tho boys and their girls Miss Flora Minor 1,050 It 5550.015 will bo there, nnd nil tho ladies and Miss Donabelle West 92,200 1537,000 5043.225 gentlemen nio invited. Three kegs Miss Blanche Dunn 91,000 5741.915 of tho finest fish have been ordered. Miss Laura Kelley 88,000 1738,31)0 5842,705 01,100 Somo fino music will bo furnished Miss Susie Roberts IS 38.470 5912.010 00,900 Miss Paulino Taylor 1100 11,105 and a big crowd is expected for n Miss Irene Lyons 30.300 5S.000 2037,845 0110.134 fino tirao will bo had. The "rice of Miss Lula Sewcll 57,900 31,1105 21 0240.005 admission will bo reasonable. 87-251,950 Miss Alico Durham 0339,315 51,100 MUs LnVinia McGrnw 04 10.523 23 - 30.500 50.400 Miss Bessie Wright 0- 5- 39.075 2437,400 40,550 Miss Christiuia Nookn 2r 45,005 0043,170 42,200 Miss Minnie Jones 0743,445 2lJ37,985 30.000 Miss Mary Desk 17 11,050 0840.820 30,850 Miss Dora McAneley 2S -3- 7,140 0954,915 32,250 Miss Elsio Alstott 7005,023 2930,100 30.050 Miss Annh Pruitt 71 12,820 10,990 30 25,400 Miss Mary Clnrkson 7230,915 19,450 Miss Graco Lawson 3- 2- 37,790 7342.075 They may not cough today, Miss Clam Maitin 13,800 7440,748 3339,155 11,200 75 10,175 but what about tomorrow? Miss Josio Walker 10,100 Miss Elizabeth Carter ,870 7793.031 Better be prepared for it Miss Fredia Scllsninn 10,100 8,145 d. homes desirablo Several building lots in Stanford for sale. Miss Ethel Eason and John Dool- 83-Apply to Harvey Holm. in both of this county srovo to the city of Danville and were united in You want the best policy when marriage. you Insure. See Fish & Bromley, Mrs. Lucy Childers Montgomery, Stanford, Ky. Insure everything. ngo 70 jenrs died at her homo near nfti-- r two an I inn prepared to do cleaning, re- Mt. Hebron had been u illness ofmom weeks. She devoted pairing nnd pressing, promptly nnd nicely. Odlco nt Ed Wilkinson's bar- her of the Baptist church for 40 ber shop. Give we a trial. Perry Mc- years, bhe is survived by b clnl dien besides a sister nnd brother. p Lean, Stanford. Dr. W. L. Cnrmnn, of Paint Lick, W. K. Arnold will hold n was informed by telegram of the Rev. meeting nt tho Mcthodit church death of his sister. Miss Madge Carman, at Ashville. North Carolina Saturday nnd Sunday nights. William Raines, until recently a I nm back again in the sewing resident of Garrard but now of Jesmachine business m Stanford, sell samine died at his homo in his G7th ing the Singer nnd Wheeler & Wrt ciir. Three sons survive him. The Would like to ac- remains were brought here for in sou machines. commodate anyone ncding any- torment. thing in that line. J. T. Miller S3 Ip Mrs. Henry Wallace is in Lcxiug-to- n for n visit to her sister, Mrs. Sunday services at the Baptist William Denton. Mrs. W. R. Burn-sid- e chin eh preaching bv tho pastor at is visiting her sisters, Mrs. the morning hour. 10:43 A. M.. Sun Maria Knby and the Misses Kin day school nt 9:50. At tho evening naird. Mrs. Margaret Lynn, of hour 7 P. M. the biinlionms will give Stanlord, has been the recent guest program will o flier daughter, Mrs. J. M. Mount, nn open session. Tho and songs. Mrs. M. D. Hughes is nt homo ufter consist of recitations cordially invited to nt a plea-nstay with Mr. and Mrs. tend this service. R. E. Hughes in Louisville. Miss Annell Touiliiisoii is the guest )f lior aunt. Mr- -. Ross Adams in Losing, Services nt tho Presbyterian ton. Miss, Ella Thompson, of Bovle. Nov. 3, lViblc county i visiting her cousin. Mis church on Sundav 11 llallie Brown. school nt 9:30. Morning service Mrs. E. P. Halevjeft The Mis- Int-- t week for her home in Ken-mao'clock. The communion. Preslivtcriuu sion Bund 2 o'clock. California after several months Young stay with her father. Guptain T. A. Brotherhood nt 3 o'clock. Peoples Society nt 0:30. Evening Elkiu and family. Miss .Norma Elservice nt 7 o'clock. more has returned from a pleasant visit with her mint Mrs. William Bulldinrj Falls A Great Mills, of Harrodsburg. Mrs. Wilbur when its foundation is undermined, Mortis, of Birmingham, Ala., is here end if the foundation of henlth for a visit to her nieces, Mesdnmes good discretion is attacked, quick R. L. Elkin and .1. E. Robinson. Mr. collapse follows. On tho first signs John L. Anderson, of Washington of indigestion. Dr. King's New Life City hns joined his wifo here for n Pills should bo tnken (o tono the visit to his old home. Mr. and Mrs. stomach and regulate liver, kidneys Johnston, of Plntt City. Miss., are Pleasant, easy, tafe guests of the Simpson House. nnd bowels. and onlv 25 cents nt all druggists. 3. 81-4ut n Mrr.. E. ('. MoWhorter, who was lecently operated upon in the city of Louisville has sufficiently recovand ered to bo able to return home. Severance & Son. MMairwYM: ai - FIRE INSURANCE mmd R'fl SURETY BONDS STAMMAa, KY. E. D. Pennington, Caunty Survayar 52-60- &.M.HZWLA1ID 1 General Farm Surveying Phone 172, StaiM, fy. We tell rotihotr. and nftvbestmsrt units, we are aeaiers; esiauumed In 1K; and can do BETTI5R for you than agents or commission mer chants. References any bank In Louisville. Write for weekly price list. M. SABEL & SONS m:9-1- 1 4 Jl E. Miriit JL lOVISIIUE. IT. Dialers In FURS, HIDES, WOOL. GETTING AHEAD When tho officers of this bank see a depositor making steady gains in his balances, our confidence in him grows. When ft depositor who has won our confidence requires money with which to develop his business, our lurge resources enable us to give him nil the credit his financial condition warrants. The merchant, the manufnetmer, the builder, the farmer who does business nt this bank, receives its finnncinl support when he needs it. Wo invite all who want tho of a strong, resourceful bank to become depositors of tho DON'T BE BALD Nearly Anyone Maye Secure Splendid Growth of Hair. We have a remedy a that has a of letarding baldness and pro ruoting hair growth in 93 out of 100 enses vvheie used according to directions for a reasonable length of time. That inay seem like a strong statement it is. nnd we mean it to be, nnd no one should doubt it until they have put our claims to an actual test. We are so certain Rexall "93" Hair Tonic will eradicate dandruff, net to prevent baldness, stimulate the scalp and hair roots arrest premature loss of hair and promote hair growth that we personally give our positive guaranteo to refund every penny paid us for ifi every instance where it does not give entire satisfaction to the user. Rexall "93'' Hair Tonic is ns pleasant to use clear as spring water It is delightfully perfumed, and does not grease or gum the hair. Two sizes, 50 cents nnd $1. With no Sold only at Penny's Drug Tisk. Store. The Rexall Store. ov-e- y Lincoln County National Bank Surplus $100,100.00 Capital $100,000 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, "What kind of Clothes 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. We try to make every suit we sell a walking advertisement for us. We can fit you in suits from $10 to $30 in all the shades and styles I that ore up to now. .... MB&M nc T ffiSfr r ni CetTtwalfftdiiif to uoairawai MfutiMin uv KiVrfinunu.ni A Training: School for Teachers latrmiMli,tsBd Lift But Crr l tlflctW. YtJ.4 la alt f KfaMckT. 8plJ Coirac. Tvltioa T rt to 1 (h tsoibtrsta. TiolaMidlJ dor mwa ElBBUrj inMgyUp TnMlam. 1- aunt " p. 22-37- ,190 Domett Afl."- - 1,I!!LSJ!!f.1" i. Ucawl rrtbTmt.AFrUI, Sum Ciulocufirr.. Q CRABBE, The Coughs of Children Jt li, Fre.U! a- - 31-37- .370 35-30- 3099,985 ,210 3839,290 3915,110 4039,005 41-37,155 7817,125 7942.805 8015.130 8155.470 8243,825 83-49- ,425 4237,873 Corao in nnd 814 1,915 corpuscles which mut rhtumatum. driv SHORT LOCAL NEWS when it comes. Ask your doctor about keeping Ayer's Cherry Pectoral in the house. Then when the hard cold or cough first appears you have a doctor's medicine at hand. This cough medicine is especially good for children. It is especially valuable to aged people. A$k for and inaitt on SCOTT'S. J. IMS Scott ft Bow, hear Judge John W. Hughes speak Saturday. No anodynes. No alcohol. Many child U called dull and atvpld August Riddcr, an expert bhoo when the whole trouble la due to a luf maker of Ottcnheira, will open a liver. We firmly believe your own doe) shop for general repairing etc., at tor will tell vou that an occasional doM will do suck Eichenbergerls old stand in Stanford pf Ayer'a Pills, children a treat deal of food. Ask blaj on Monday. Pries reasonable and uu l. o. ATI CO., fcowtu. Kaaa, Mad 7 sugar-coate- work guaranteed. uk 88-2-p. A TEXAS WONDER. The Texas Wonder cures kidney and bladder troubles, removing gray el, cures diabetes, weak and lame backs, rheumatism, and all irregularities of the kidneys nnd bladder iu both men and women. Regulates bladder troubles in bildren. If not sold by your druggist, will be sent by mail on receipt of $1: One small bottlo is two months' treatment, and seldom fails to perfect a cure. Send for testimonials from Kentucky and other states. Dr. E. W.Hall, 2926 Olive street, St. Louis, Mb., Sold by Shugars and Tanner. QKsaaaSlasflLw .sWsflHlMiam THERE IS REAL PAINT and also soma stuff mixed with cheapening materials that is not worthy of the name. If,yoo have bad experience with the latter kind you don't want another. If you haven't take our advice and don't experiment. Buy our real paints and save yourself 'disappointment and money aa welL (UMMINS (; YEAREN 1 Stanford, Kentucky ' "' Hi J ii :i IA.ALLER. MMftrtMCy, Home of Clothe. -- . .l.-- r THE IMTEM1B JOUMIAL ITAMFOBt. KMTUCKV. StMk Hmm far Stk J. C. McClnry bought n nico bugI will have on sale nt Nnnnellcy's gy Iiotso from W. K. Gaines last stock yards, Stanford, Ky., Nov. 2, For sale, nbout 100 head of hogfl. week, but wouldn't tell what he pai 15 or 20 good stock hogs. They Henry Ridiler, near Ottcnhelm. 85 3 for him. are sound add nice. 11. E. Ross, Menefce Elmore bought a horse Lexington, Ky. Wnnted to buy 10,000 bunhola of mule weanling for $12.50, nlso one millet seed. Send unmptc. Jns. D. from Mrs. Donne of Cedar Creek A Trial Oave Instant Rdtof The 80-Sliolby, Junction Citv Ky. for $40. He bought n steer calf of Great Kidney Remedy Never 01s. Drinclle cow, crop off right ear, Win. Dychouso for $5.25 nnd sold n aatcwti enmo to my place Sept. 10 Owner can shoit yearling slcer to B. D. Holt Being broken dowu in health, suf. pet her by paying for this notice and daw for $20. ferine with Kidney Trouble, despair, Center Bros., of Garrard sold 3 iug of ever being well again, 1 wns lior keep. Frank Adkins, MorelniulOp head of hybrids, 4 and 5 year olds advised by n friend to try Dr. Kit. For Sale. 1,000 bushels of strip- to J, 11, Jewell and son of Lcx'ui". which gave mo ped blue grass seed. Extra quality. ton, for which thev received $o2.V. mer's Swamp-Ro80 rents per bushel In r0 Ittmliel lots Brandenburg Bios,, of upper Gnrrnd iitfcfniit rnlinf. nnit nflnr liuinf ii.tf. Jfust be taken this month. II. C. sold 10 head of 2 nnd 5 jenr old oral bottles. I am now sound nnd well, nnd can safely recommend 83-Uriaht, Danville. Ivy. mules to J. ('. Jewell and son of SwnmpRoot to anyone suffering For Sale nt a IJargain. Or will Fnyette, at $100 per bend wflb back or kidney troubles. rent to good tobacco imin, 137 ants The 00.ncrc farm of J. r'. took & I nlso had rheumatism, and I have farm between Turnersville and Jum- Co.. 4 miles from Lexington. on the had , more relief from Dr. Kilmer s pike, was sold at disso Swamp Root than any other remedy bo; good buildings; fino wntcr. Clias Georgetown an A sufficient trial will convince any. T. Willson, II. 3, Stanford, Ky. 87-- 3 lution solo to J. F. took nt acre Mr. Cook is nn old Iiincolu Public Sale. I will sell my farm county hoy who has made n fortune body of the merits of Swamp-Hoo-t. Yours very truly, of CO ncres on the Hustonvillo and out of farming nnd live stock in P. E. NELSON Middleburg pike, Nov. 0, also stock 1'aveltc county. He comes here Murphy, N. C. and crops. T. A. Wilkinson, Iluston-vill- e, nearly every court day buying stuff, Subscribed nnd sworn to before 87-lW. 15. Burton, of Lancaster, ex me this 17th day of July, 1909. Ky. EDMUND B. NORVELL. For Snlc. House and two acres ported ti ear of mules and horses of land, 4 2 miles fr.im Stanford from Lancaster to Wilson, North Notary Public on Hustonvillo pike, house; Carolina, Tuesday; he bought for Cherokco County, N. C. this consignment several head of good barn and other outbuidinra: (letter already p) ever lasting spring on plnco; fruit horses at Crab Urchard. and 4 year old horso from the Center Bros., of trees and fine snrden. Q. E. Lutes, Letter ta of Garrard for $185; also T mules nt 79-Stanford. Dr. Kilmer 4 Ce. year 5 For Sale. Fino mulo jack. This the E. C. McWhorter saleota hybrids Slnahamten, N. Y. jack is in a class by himself as a old for $1G0 and a pair exported n Center mule jack. You will linvo to see this fur fl'JO. hogs, 181 Bros., to W. It. Prove What Swam Raet Will De head lack and his colts to nnnrecinto him. car of Ten. Ho must be sold by Nov. 15 as I will Crawford and Co., nt Cincinnati for Send to Dr. Kilmer & Co., Ding- which they received fS.OO per him Icavo for the south after that time. hamton. N. Y.. for nnmnln tinltl. Turner's colts have Sold this season droit. J. G. Bosshnrl brought to the It will convince anyone. You will L'ev. at $130, in 1910 several sold at the I. booklet of valuable of corn raised tiiso receive atellinir Brodhead fair for $125. B. B. King by J. office two earsSr., at his farm information, nil nhnnt tin. Mr. John Meier, 83-Moreland, Kr. near Highland which are the finest kidneys and bladder. When writing For Rent The farm of 153 ncre,j specimens seen this season They oe sure 10 mention me btanrord InRegular fifty cent belonging to the Martin heirs located nre an Indiana variety and go to terior Journal. size bottles for" Bale about two and a half miles from show what the lull country of Liu nnd Crab Orchard on Lnncnstcr piko, coin will proditcc. Mr. Meier hns at all drug stores. rigut on tile river; good liouso on many more like them nnd - will enter Pesterf-Hun- thw Forbidden. premises, tobacco barn and other them in tho state think- & Trust We, whose names are signed beC'o.'.s big corn show. Mr. Meier also buildings; cash rent. For further to the I. J. office nn ap'ile low, positively forbid anv hnnMno information apply to Leonard Mar sent in weighs n full pound, nnd or fishing upon our premises: which 86-3- p tin, Crab Orchard. w . '. bemoms. Wm. J. Beck, Fred which was also raised on hLs place. T. W. Jones bought of J. H, The following nre some of his YonGruenigan. G. Hnnmunn Chna Baughman 40 1,000 pound cattle at recent purchases: From David T. Willson, Ed Gooch, Lutes & Myers $0.50. Dndderar 50 head of 275 pound C. M. Allen. Ed Bnllnrd. J. If. Pur. B. D, Hnltrelnw shipped to Cin- hogs nt $8 per hundred; rom Logan ter, John M. Carter, Sam Castello, cinnati two car-loaof 150 pound Ison 70 225 pound hogs nt $7: from iiirs. flioiue White. hogs which he bought of J. H. Sydney Poor of North Garrard 40 head of 230 pound porkers nt 7 L4 American Rcaltv Co Bnughmnn at G and 7 cents. cents per pound: from C. nnd C Are offering splendid Bargains in Clay Cblemnu bought a G4 head of btocic and Gram Farms. Our brood mare at the sale of A. S. Ruble, of Buena VNtn. Tmnrnvr.1 AT.PAT.PA fliewning in Adair county, for which 110 pound shonts at $0 per hundred specialties Mr. Lear also shipped a car load of Farms, nlso Fruit and Poultry he paid $292.50. the followT. J. Hill, Sr.. delivered to B, D. cattle to the Queen City, purchases: Farms. We have the Farms they all Want, Location, Near Holtzclnw, the Walnut Flat dealer, ing being some of his pound steers from Good Schools .nnd ChltmhoaTowns, 10 a bunch of 100 pound hogs at G 2 I). head of 700 4 . M1.V V..HWU, fm. cents; from uimnte; excellent O. Lewis nt cents. They were extra cood ones. Water. Send for John Gustineau, 9 head of 700 Lists, Thon See for Yourself. 304-- 6 R. F. Pa nil. of Columbia, sold Clayton Palish, ot Bakerton. Cum. Pound cuttle nt 4 1.2 cents from U. Surety Bld'b. Muskogee. Okla. 700 pound 10 head herland county, on Aberdeen Angus R. Denton4 4 cents of pound. per cattle nt male calf, four months old, for $50. PUILIC SALE The sale held by the Denny Bros., This is said to be the best calf ever I will offer nr fnrm fnr un1 mn. week was well atsold in Adair county, age consider. ol Garrard last tended nnd fairly good prices re sisting of 50 ncres on the Green rived. acres er 2 2 miles east of McKinney on 4 farm E. C. Gnminn sold n Jersev cow alized; the dawn of 90 as ouly $90 nn the Jumbo pike on was taken to John Coulter, of Middleburg for Bold mule Nsv. 14. 1912 was $0, without the ontf. This is the acre$80 to offered; 2.yenr-ol- d colts mules TlllSThursiav. level nml nn.lnr r.nn.1 farm is $90; at cow that made $100 worth of milk to $170; n pair of fences. Good aud butter inide of a year, besides brought from $100 was bought by E. 10 acres of fine for corn nnd grass. hybrids timber Innd, 5, acres furnishing for n family of five. She 2 veur-olC. McWhorter of Paint Lick for of meadow, 10 acres of pasture, the is a crnckerjack. 3 head of Jersey cows were remainder tor corn. A large stock barn on the farm of $350: linusp. Imrn florin A new bought by G. B. Swinebroad at $50 Thomas McAfee, near Sahisa, Mer per head: a Jersey cow and calf smoke house of two rooms. Imci'v cer county burned Inst week. It went to J. W. Elmore of Lnnenster. house nnd wood shed, tenant house contained 20 tons of hay, one horse at $81 : other Jersey cows sold from ot tour rooms. Will also sell hoiiitdinltl nnr! and a lot of farming machinery. The A40 to $00; u pair of muler. went to lcs was estimated at $2,000 with no James Arbuckle, ot Madison county, cheu furniture, which in now. nil nf for $200: calves sold at $10 per my stock, a saw and grist mill and insurance. year mule was iiimner, crops nnd n vacant lot nt Col. J. A . Shuttlcworth has pur- head: a 2 Bros,, old $102.50; a sola McKinney, and two nt other things too chased the Beuii farm in Boyle, ad to Center ear old horse was bought by Oliver numerous to mention. his farm on Lebanon pike. Tlmmp-u- ii joining This fnrm is on the best rond in for $142; a 2 year old There re 210 ncres, and he paid horse to Henry Arnold fur $125: a Lincoln count V. rural tnnil. tele $130 an acre for it. This gives him yearling equine went for $89; anoth phone close to school and church. .r.0 ncres of the best land in Boyle er for $i0 ami miutlitT yearling John Newell. Hustonville R. F. D. No. 1 Box 108. Ernest Martin, u popular young horse for $75; and yenrliii mure f.,oek buyer of Pans, was here lust for $Si); medium grade cattle 4 PUBLIC SALE eek returning from Rorkcastle and cents; blue grass seod 80 cents n per ton. On account baled hay of my work in the Laurel counties where he bought 100 bushel and crowd was $11 A large attracted to Gospel inking so much of my time head of hogs for the Paris market. Lancaster Monday by the regular 1 will sell ut public outcry, on He had to pay nn average of about October county court dav But the November 16. 1912 six cents for the porkers. Mr. Mur- - volume of business transacted in My fnrm of U0 ncres of Blue Grass y tin is an county boy and live stock was small, as the ns.cm-b- located within the limits of Huston-ill- e seemed more interested in a and Middleburg pike, with a is making good in the hustling cap discussion of politics than business good G room dwelling, stock nnd to it.il of Bourbon county. Geo. Spoonamore, of Prcachers- - Only about 200 cuttle were on tho bacco bam combined, good orchard not very good and everlasting water. Will also ville, sold to Brown and Lawson, of market and they were rough. Most sell 1 brood mare, 1 horse, 2 ones, being small and flnrrnnl, 12."i hogs, 25 delivered now of them sold, however, nt from J to milk cows and calves, fann 2 brood sows, and the rest to go in December, nt 5 2 cents. A number of big cat- - 14 shouts, corn, hemp, tobacco and A. Todd 60 tie have been disposed of in Gar hay. 7 cents. He sold to acres of corn on the stalk at $3.30 rard to foreign buyers in the past T. A. Wilkinaen. Kentucky. per barrel. Spoonamore also sold few days. Pence Bros., one of the Hustonville, to Sam Carpenter 50 barrels of corn most energetic voung stock firms of Garrard, sold to Simon Weil, the ex. PUILIC SALE at $2.50. W. P. Kincaid the local tobacco port dealer of Lexington, o.i l.JoO I will offer ut public outcry ut buyer has been picking up several pound exporters at 7 12 cents. Weil my place on Frog Branch, of a crops in diffeient sections, but has ulso bought of I). F. Rankin, of Gni mile northwest of Peyton's Well on rard, 55 1,350 pound cattle nt not begun to buy generally yet. He Thursday. Nov. 8. 1912 Mr. Rankin sold to .Monte The following described property: got 35,000 pounds in Garrard last cents. week nt nn average or" about 12 Fox, of Boyle, n handsome bunch of AH kinds of tanning implements. cents u pound. His piiucipnl pur. 20 that averaged 1,400 pounds, lliey such as plows, disc harrows. AA brought him 7 3- -t cents. I). F. Run chases was the crop of J. B. and 1 two hors wagon, in harrows, S. P. Curtis, of the Hackley vicinity, kin, Sr.. sold to Mr. Fox 30 cattle good order, wagon nnd plow harness weighed about l,.lo0 pound which consisted of nbout 4,000 that set of black smith tools, 5,000 Ills pounds for which Mr. Kincaid paid Ik received 7 12 cents for them. of tobacco in the barn, tobacco 10 cents for 400 pounds and 20 cents sticks, and u lot of fodder. Also Dr. W. O. Roberts of Louisville, for the remainder of the crop. two 5 venr-olinures, good workers, wns elected president of the Ken- in foul to S. T. I Inn-is- ' jack, 1 tucky Medical Association. well broke mure, 1 two year old filly, cow and calf, 25 bush. els of hand stripped blue grass seed. nice and clean of timothy hay nnd clover buy, mixed one man hand bone giindcr, and many other things Terms too numerous to mention. easy and Announced on day of sale, ira t. Moser. It. F. No. 2. Moreland. Kv.. FARM AN! STOCK NEWS 99& CUMCHINQ MOST w PERFECT Of TH UAUTY. ! ! 88-lt- p. Siml hf i flu FtnHTi Niiictfif U.S.EiprhNta(StitiM VIRT rrta fiMutTit. iHNTinottr. uf tui mNWieu r..wa TTntKtiiTueKTWaeiiMpa.c.THi KIT IT BVtA TCITia. Ewy"0LD HKXORr hcao WiM I PrictJcaWyPtffftctWHW op samucl ot th rouowma ilkttkr rat. tnc parmcr PC-VCE, " 0. THE l,W'AYSIDEM tT. . HHrrai ajar "" AP pwmwmmuw ram- - m"";" OOWCTWWH nwrMn - - $-- Ml ara klHtd In two wayi bv tha whfta aaraaMfaa that U ht Aa Wea but what Mwa afettaaea ta, wa da met know. Tha Mood of a haaMiy aaraea alwar ha aaaia . Tha taaatala haaa" lerafkiHrnl aafcitaaea ta It to ward off the attaek of of Wa I taa ttemaeh. A man who hat a weak aad Imaatrad Hoaiaah and wha deas not proaarlr jfhjcit Wa lood will toon lad that hit bleed haa baaoaie waak and impoverfahad, aad that hit whole body ii Improperly aad laauAeltatly aeuf. iihed. To pat Mm bod In healthy oondllion, to leed tha lyatem on rich, rtd Mood aad throw oat tha paiaon from tha body, nethlnf la tha paat forty yaart haa axcaHed Dr. Piarce'a Golden Medical Ditcovery, a pur giyearlo ettraet (without alcohol), of Moodraot, oldaa aral and Oretfon rapa root, itene root, aMadrake aad jaurcn'a root with black chcrrybark, "My hntmml wm a sulTircr fn)m stomncb trouble and an'taav'a Imptiro blool," writes Mux. Jaum II. MAnrix, of Frankfort, Kr. had a son) on his face that would form a cab which would dry nml drop off In about a month, then another would Immediately form. It continued llili way for lona time. Ho tried every nnnrdy Hint any one would auiranst but foursl no relief. He then tried l)r. I'lurca'a (iOilii Mllral IHvoTcry which completely currsl him. Ha n iUyeil etinil now for two yean, nisi I recommend thl valuable nusllclno for Impurities of tho blood." Dr. Plerea'a Pleasant Pcllett regulate and iarUorata ateBMah, Hvar aad bowala, 8uar.coated, tiny raauli. J.H.Uarw,Eaa trm-MHctit- c Gam that fat btta tha bedr ef iha Ma4, aa by a How Th Body JfCiiim Gtrm. B "n BBnVBCt MM SOfflJTIIil.ET, aMtStafl f m ajpiia 4a aftAfiaaiaai tm e pramM nciivH m tnrviB Mt cuw - aabalttaa MM xn " Z? ntun vs MMIv t.ltftrMtMltfV X W p. :3. mm sm fce ataaWt f p.rfaatieBj, . aaaJMtarlac oaapaa'e 3 14" b tha af t sW, ahawla BfMtlMlly a perfaat M MMtnrtimi ttt tf a.ale theJUfel "i aatarUl, rialih allgaarit af froa aaa raw aaalt the Iiiiiih f tha nm tha ,r aa the f th.tr olioaafaraaaai Ma laral of too aatla af v froati tattrlae bolateaai hath raar aaa oant.riagthe aerfeat ha falleeai the nalfoai of tires taa&ara t . tha aUfamnt af jaW aaa of twni wttk king baltaaa aaatar m; timft) taiataarv af raaraiaa (ahloh pretoaaa a licat aaaa eaaplata taa aaa ar. . a ka loarr aaatlas af aU,a- .tta rm waeoa vrar aagoiTiaa w zr twtit a laa4 of m tommiiiw'thraa tlaaa? tkat aftar aabaltttM tUa for Tt atalaraat Mfaalty, aa lattlag tha lo4 raoala ao.val ta aaA azlaa aaa aaatlaaava bean, taa raaaU af rtitli Ui Amraaaiaa. aklak aaaa ta proT oaaaloalTai wi wiuuaaji bat parfaatir !! tta&ar as aatarlal antaraa lata MHlmtlM an the It loeTe Ettrtaatv aaa stMkUrtTtf aaaaa allae aU'aijeairefl altri 1-- 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. 8. aaa, aaamatiaa aallai lta' rfa ataamtaUta Via Zrataaky taaAatariat Of an aaUUc tba Ttry baat iara tbat'tbla' arwr aat a appartuUt.tfatj SayariaaBtal tutlaa IB) eaaalaUaaljN VUi RKY TOtM, aaaa 5. nra one-doll- ar II ) MriBUSi Sanwl Par, Tin Farwr, cane m an hnstiptit hnwrtiallT Fir Tin Pmli trr ua anaw you tmis ruiaua wagon E. T. PENCE Stanford, Kentucky r" W.A. Tribble ds ftSft t ' -- i X ri .1 J V. my tick T VI of the clock nearer your ambitio- n- 1-- 1- -2 Bnrnt whit. eaar and ataadr to tha tatt drop. For tamliy, takat on itrimg Solitc Lamp Oil Caau no mora man in- " aanor klnaa. alBavflESaBK,aaaaaanaV 84TM ayaa: aaraa aaaaay. Tour daaiar liaalt ta tiarraij etract troa our worM auaeniaaa Bootlaaa-Odor-t-aaa 1-- unt.vutn -- brings you -- 1-- "Ml. STOLL OIL CO- - UWSVHU. H. aaaaaaV a. Maaaa flaaaMaa, i' A Ui C if-M , .ilsil accounfwfflau ticks you are one second nearer that ambition or misfortune. The best friend you can have to help you is money. Start a bank account here today. Even a dollar will open one. Listen to the clock tick again. REALIZE that every time the clock M a bank Surplus $500 J. S. RICE, 4. P. EADt, R. P. MOWN, d FOR SALE Fire Insurance, Tornado Insurance, Life Insurance, Live Stock Insurance, Health and Accident Insurance, Burglary Insurance, Automobile Insurance, Surety on Bonds, Employers Liability, etc Absolutely the best companies carry your risk when your policy comes from "Ue Insurance Specialists" FISH L BROMLEY 84-7- p. Stanford. - - Kentucky 0 & Honor Roll of Lincoln Democrats m $ H. B. Northcott filer In STATE BANK & TRUST CO., Capital $50,000. W. . M; Stanford, Ky. V. V-P- ra, L L I. HeCANTY, PrM. PEMNY, V. Pm. Pm. MLIN, CathlaT. ALCORN overlook slopping your hogs on shipstuu". Best and most economical feed to start your feeders, on. Price $26.00 per ton. 1-- 4 2 We Tiave another shipment ot Alcorn, Price $2 per 100 lbs while the supply lasts. Do not In response to tho appeal to public spirited citizens to with Wood row Wilson in his intention to accept no money from interests, in the financing of the campaign, the I. J. has opened nn Honor Roll of those citizens who are willing to assist in the good fight. Checks should be made payable to W. 0. Davis, Treas., and all iccoived will bo acknowledged by tho I. J. in these columns nnd forwarded to tho campaign treasurer. Contributions so fur received are: Previously reported $72.50 A friend 1.00 self-Keeki- ng Poultry, Egjs, Produce, Salt, Lime & Cement PHONE 153. Stanford, Ky. J. C. Hniley J. Kevin Curler 1.00 1.00 J. C. McClary J.L.Beazley &Oo J. H. M Baughman ' ' Phone 4 Co. Fresh Oysters next Friday, direct from Baltimore. oppqaifo .poBrJifigBBe a i 11 UNMHTAKKR AN ftMALMM t KWTUCkY. STAI-JFQto- Stamford Kentucky. T i. T13 tfflt pfewi 117. ;iits UNDCRTAKUS AND ALIO DKAL. rURNITURK. MAT. Ill IN HUM. THIV WILL TtNM, IXHANC FUftNITUM OM ALL KINM-O- In loci, wo cu auk ddwo to a fnc port. crctmr, txfcir W r. CONCRETINI Mich TOOK. om in Million la do ill klndt of con Block Work, rT.mnlf, tni njtlilD from a boat Call and got our prleM bar raw Material at Uaat. MVI THM A ALU fMCI I PHILLIPS JMS., BUaford, Ej. hiMmm ioi "" b