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NO. 80 Interior Journal STANFORD, LINCOLN COUNTY, KENTUCKY. WEDNESDAY, NOV. 0, 1012 3 A M mfm WW vp nnM TMn Yew Date ami Renew PrmipWy nt TUESDAYS AND FJUDATB "'I HH HILLLLV LLLLLLLLV LLLLLLLLV .LLLLLLaLLLV .aBBBBBBam. HbbbbLIbk LILbHbY Democracy Comes Into Her Own Again, THE NEW PRESIDENT alBfafafafafaBBfl'trMR'&Olw .aaaVHV'CRBJV"AX 4 9 Old Kentucky In Line. Kentucky kept step with the bust of Mntc, giving n rousiuj; old limo democratic majority of about 33,000 The vote in most of tho counties re ported wns ns follows: Wit Tnft Ted Doyd OLD LINCOLN FOR WILSON. After 16 Long Years of Wander- - ingin the Wilderness. Bbbbbbbw BBBBBBBP&ffrS .jv f tSI f BBBBBBBBM'Vj&t' j r-- n LANDSLIDE ALL OVER NATION. New York, N. Y., Nov. M'iii t'V1.W3-Vl.- rrVJTi '? I &x&MMRte t X JtTitSBBKIK A Christian Jefferson jBBBBBBBv'4ifBBBQAB9)lfcW3EV 14a"BBSSSBBBBVI VP tHS? VBBBBBJBpaafP Bfcj( MB3u?t -tf jflBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBI C.jA. M. Georgia gavo 35,000 majority for Wilson. fjlnK V- Woodrow Wilson, governor of Roosevelt is running Jeney, has carried the democratic presidential Wilson in Maine. banner to victory in a New second to TaBBBBaRv&rilvat'a B v'? 5 '" A TkiPf ", .TCMgMBiri,ijgaB Webster Hullitt Harbin Estill Laurel Monroe race for the first time in 10 years. Stitrer, the democratic candidato And in doing so, he has been swept for governor of New York, won by u splendid majority. into offico on a democratic tidal reWilson Hartford Conn., polled: wave, carrying such 0. York, Mas 47,437; Taft 41,543. Roosevelt publican stntcs as New rock-ribbed 21,-51- fBBBBH-llvSa- tr ma. IP jpJmBpBbtv f JEBflL mbbBkBMf BBFaBFaBFCfpiZBBHP 'TBgElIJ'btE'.bW MtBSuBBmWW bBbHS t ''"j vs9BMBBgBKg"HBaaBaaBBaBBr ,BBBraB'BViBBBcBlBka JiTr V9BLraBnDMMBIBBB' 'J raBraBraa?fS! BBBBBBBBBafBaHaBW BaBBBBBBaaaaaMd& Rockcastle M'Crucken Johiibon Ornvca Rowmi . BBBBBBBBBBVPiBlBBRaadt, BrBBrBBrXaiHfet ''Smmw" fwC &ivBaMBHBWi9VnBBBB kfKUSSSaBSm Pendleton Logun Wuyuo Maine, Indinnn, Town, Oregon, Ohio, and of course the solid sachusetts, own. The Cincinnati Times-bta- r, ed und edited by Chns. P. Taft, u congratulation: brother of tho president, snys it ap "The American people, by n great pears to havo been a Wilson and slide. plurality, have conferred upon you I In. hifliust honor iu their trift. nppears to Ralston, democrat, congrntulnto you thereon. havo won im governor of Iudiuna, 'THEODORE ROOSEVELT.' running along ith Wilson. will Indications are that Wil-o- n Fo-- s, democrat, was over 400 votes in the clectornl governor of Mnssachu-ctt- s have by u college. 200 nre sufficient to elect. large imijirrity. Wil-o- n Mate- The niily Koo-cc- lt appears to liuvc curried failed to curry arc Wiiuont nnd South Dakota, mid Vermont - be. Hump-hir- e with New Rhode lievcd to have been en mod bv Tuft. n. n- - iu iluiilit, initl mid Roo-- e ltiiuifd by both Wil-o- u ilcinocriits cliiiin that vclt. for WiUoii. Eii-tcru Penn-ylvnnin on south. The fight botween Roosevelt and Taft for second place promises to be very close, with Roosevelt ap parently lending, and certain to have the larger number of votes in the electoral college. So far it seems that Taft will have but eight electoral votes. The Bjajorities by which the larger and tuore iuifrortAnt stat ft were carried were as follows: New York Wilson by 150.000 Illinois Roosevelt by 75,000. Wilson by C0.000 Massachusetts Oregon Unison 10,000. Maryland Wilson by 14,000. Indinnn for Wilson by 00,000. Ohio for Wilson by 50,000. At midnight President Tuft con edod tho, election of Wilson. Roosevelt scut this telegram of Detroit, Mich., voted: 8,119 for Wilson; 0,141 for Taft; 8,142 for Roosevelt. ' Richmond, Vn voted Wilson Taft 172; RonenveU 142. Arizona, the new state, cave, large Wilson majority. Curtcr Henderson BBBBBBBHMe$jiJJiHnmjrR3p roSBBBBw BBBBBBfK?gfbgta4BllFVviBBBBk J BBBBBBaBaBBii BHBVBBBBHXjlgBwiRKR:4':-V-'?SsBBBHa'B- aBBW74BBIi Clinton Monroe 7A v11bbA 9JBBBBBk9 ?? 1 v'- - iflSHBHBrah. Nicholas Washington Darren Mumiii ....$. a Scott Fleming Scattered returns indicate Roose velt has carried South Dakota by a The democratic small majority. candidato for congress is slightly in the lead. "reck Nclso u ...-....'..- LBBBBBBBBBBJBJjBHPJBB?HHHhkHJH Harri-so- . Webster Bell Florence u The entire democratic state ticket elected iu Ohio. "allurd lavinghtoii Fayette Union Mead The New York Herald snys Roosc elt bus apparently carried Pennsyl vanin by about 15,000 with Wilson second. Wilson carries California and tho Progressives give it up. ......... W000R0W WILSON. VOTE IN EIGHTH DISTRICT. Helm a Big Winner. Wil. Tnft Ted. Gallatin Henry Bourbon Montgomery Carroll Hopkins Whitlev .., Mnrs-hlil- l Clark Woodford John-o- n Rojle ... . . ...... 1,812 1,248 073 Caldwell 740 Warren IBy 'JBBbbbbCbWFF' Oiirrnril Lincoln ... 4S." 1,050 Hnncock Campbell Oreeniip .... . . l,S(it 1.412 2,973 1.073 1.0'U l,3!l.'i 2,47(1 833 Sl! 313 Jl 1015 1158 1448 2682 3107 708 24002 3003 23000 2118 1043 54 1203 205 470 245 410 528 VIbb V bbbbbbbbbbVt 87- 6G3 350 034 971 838 774 1002 081 837 1001 543 vflLUBHBBBBBBBBBBBlte 1943 840 054 1041 945 1248 t 3701 705 851 735 431 452 1,310 140 307 Wil. Taft Ted 2469 1380 107 Courthouse 203 71 47 1258 1111 260 1052 713 999 150 138 Mncksville 35 2995 1705 500 301 831 107 Engiueliouse 154 109 Gl 774 1062 691 1592 099 275 Rowland 100 15 80 1377 048 98 2062 1402 812 1G4 Crab Orchard No. 1 08 137 2493 1043 538 5343 1049 474 Crab Orchard No. 2 147 4G 153 1922 1390 1403 2042 1188 1349 Hustonville No 1 204 09 75 2259 733 718 2498 1189 Huslnnville No. 2 89 64 51 2118 1043 542 795 865 1489 Hustonvillc No. 3 (Turnersville) .. 89 (17 39 1000 1142 615 1258 423 04 Hitstonville No. 4 (McKiuuey) 172 47 69 859 026 299 1411 1180 410 Wnynesburg No. 1 160 40 83 2112 027 270 880 329 387 WJaynesburg, No. 2 King's Mtn. 138 04 75 900 173 119 2084 745 440 Waynesburg No. 2 Highland) 82 35 92 2307 1759 480 1012 700 406 TOTALS 1,804-83997 1670 217 198 3085 12111553 567 469 1203 Wilson enrried Lincoln by u big A warm magisterial race in the 1052 C07 392 majority but the bigucst surprise of two Crab Oi chard precincts was 2309 1049 057 tho election iu Lincoln county wns won by Mnshall C. Ntewland, the 1009 772 457 the vote polled by Roosevelt here. It democratic iioiniueo over W. R. DiU 1092 1128 283 vus conceded on all sides that Wil lion, Jr7 who ran under tho cabin, I 3058 11S0 1406 son would carry the county over both NcVlnnd's majority iu the two pre 1041 045 1248 his opponents. Few of the leaders s "" 2 ,i 743 252 003 for the Dull Mooers were sanguine oincts being about 52. In tho Hustonvillc Mngisterial dis' 2S70 1466 1682 enough to venture a prediction that 1210 891 805 lt would run ahead of Tnft trict the stock law seems to have .Ji ffiBiitmjl'- v?Jj 1 .... ... ! m 3 ISl v Roo-eve- lllnille . . BaBBVW V BriraBraBraV B0ATATaV f:iili-i- ti 2i7"i .Men it .. ... ... ... ... ... ... 8t 8(1(1 ;.i!j 804 Cney Ailuir bh Shelby Spencer Aiiiler-o- ii ,.. 78(i 1,021 .. . 1,112 271 550 Gil 257 420 l.tlol) 1.302 slate Wil-o- n In the Eleventh carries Tevu- - by 180,00(1. vote from California Returns nrit slou coniiii" in ... ... from , ...... .... . lt get- - Illinois by ....000,,., .... ..,..., , was from Los Angeles mid showed , ,h,llfi, . Wil-o- n 7.067, Tnft 197, lt mil many, ol the ileniociiitic (on said to l'nvor Powers. Counties re 0,511. the t'irxt In Snu FiainiM-The New Y.uk Sun snys that in. lire elected. ported nre: vote icpoiii'd was Wilxnu 108, (lifiition- - ii ic that cmtv democrntiu RooNcvelt 50, Siifiiiiucnto Wil-o- u 92 Sinith Ptiw. St'iivy. Roo-ec- lt lend- - iu Mii'lii'iin mid Bell II, Sun Diego Wil-o- n 754 8S1 1588 'ongre.-hma- u 141, has been 'elected iu Roo-ee- lt will piobably have n iiiujority of lilt Inn 191 420 330 108, Tuft 0, New York stale, the first time, the,1 Roo-ec- lt Clinton 53 307 288 50.000 over WlUon mid 1(10.000 ,ive lomocriits havo ever gone strong Monroe 793 1091 475 . .. Loiiisinua's deniociitic majority Tuft. jibovc thy Harlem River. The Now I ,u i i re! with Roosevelt second. wns 40.000 ..811 1004 017 Yoik Sun snys that Wil-o- n has ear 800 982 357 Rockcastle majority iu Ohio will be Wilson ennies 's fioni 10. ried Kansas. 050 precincts out of over 50.000. 000 to 20,000 with lt third. TWO MORE AUTOS 1,102 iu Boston give Wilson 06,549; The New York Sun snys Wilson Tnft 70,380; Roosevelt 09,754. , ' Colouulo went for Wils.ni bv 120 carries Tennessee and Kansas. Arrive in Stanford for W. K. War. 000 to 78,000 for Taft and 75,000 292 preciui'ts out of 3,172 iu Ir. ner and W. A. Triable. Pi'ogie ive leaders me claiming for Roosevelt. .liana give Wil-o- n 39,345; Tnft 19. Illiuoi- -, Michigan, Wisconsin ai'.il The first 1913 Ford unto to nr. Seltsam Cash 23,117. lt 830; Iowa for Roosevelt. live iu Stuufoid wa- - bought bv W. Mi Freda Seltsam Warner last week from W. K. (Hover Muiie Dunne, the democratic candidate Wil-o- n leads iu Nebraska with daughter of the late Mr. mill Mrs. the local imcnt. It Iiiih many im lt second. William Seltsiuu, und Henry Clark, provemeuts over the older models for governor of Illinois, appears to of tbe Parksville section were mar- mid is a trim, neut little car. Sevcu,viied the state by about 40 have last week nt eral other Lincoln people nre said to A dispatch from Boise, Idaho, ried in 1 In nod-bur- g O00. e. have orders in for this popular says Taft leads by a slight mnrgiu tho residence of Kid. S. II. Jones, who pronounced tbe maniiige cere, county, Viiginia, iu which with Roosevelt second. Augusta Judcw nnd Mrs. W. A. Tribblo mony. Miss Cordie Cozntt and Mr. joined the ranks of the nutoists last is located Staunton, the birthplace Swnger Slierley wins Congress John Seltsam were the iitlendautx week when they purclm-e- d a Car of Wilson, polled this vote: Wilson again iu the Louisville for district but The groom it a prosperous young tercnr, a new model iu this fi,32fl; Taft 27; Roosevelt 205. his Progressive opponent, Fox, gave farmer of splendid habits, industri. but said to be n cood car. him a close call. The vote was ous, and has a host of friends, Wilson's majority in Rochister, Sherley 24,908, Fox 23,211 and Ash while his bride is one of the most yk, Llce4fl awl Garrard ge New York, Is WO. , craft, republican, 3,704. 80 l attractive girls of that community. fer fialMs far Insurance. Roo-eve- Some Election Flashes I'u., voted Wilson Philadelphia, 11, 280 : Tuft 21.387: Roosevelt 11, 11!) I; Omiiliii, Neb., gave Wilson 1, lt 4i37, Tuft 1,01!1; 847; Des Jloine, Iowa: Wil-o- n 1,51)1, Toft 1,308; Roo-ce- lt At midnight additional ictitiu had cut down 'I'n ft 'f lend iu New Hump t.liire to 20 over Wilson with several pii'i'iiicU yet to lieur from. Tlic fii- -t 18,403 9,354 7,047 Koo-eve- Roo-evc- Saufley Promoted The. Fruukfuit State Journal says Kiisijrn Caswell Saufley, U. S. N.. who sincp his graduation from Annapolis, has been on the IT. S. S. Kaunas, has been transferred by the Navy Department to the toipedo boat l'eirv. the change to take effect at once. This transfer - u promotion, ho will bo iu command f the boat, mid will be stationed in New York. Mrs. Saufley who has been her parents, Judv'o und Mr. K. C. O'Rcnr. iu Frankfort, will join him after tho Hobson-Cnrro- ll weddiii!!, nnd they oxpect to take mi apartment. Knis;ii Sauflev had expected to como on for the wedding of Ensiiin Carroll, but owini: to the! unexpected clinnse, will be unable to attend. Caswell ing in Lincoln, but that's just what the big Bull Mooae did. He lacked only three votes of getting a cool thou, sand, while Tnft had to be content with 833 giving Roosevelt a major' ty over Taft in this county of 104 votes. Out of the 13 precincts in the count v Roosevelt carried eight to Taft's U 887, five. Wilson's plurality iu the county nud his majority over both candidate- -, is 34, which is consider cd exceptionally good when it is considered that the local democrats had not u cent with which to finance their campaign. Josiah Bishop's Sale attended the sale f Josiah Dishop near Hustonvillc last week, nnd some extra nice stock wus offered. The farm did not sell, being withdrawn nt $79 an acre. Cnpt. T. D. English cried the sale, the following being somo of the prin. cipal ales: Registered sorrel mare to R. S. Scudder and W. D. Burton $200; her colt by Dignity Dare sold to Scudder and Burton $100. Black 7yenrold mme, Frank North A big crowd been defeated, but it wns impossible to say definitely last night as tha returns iu this race were not fully reported. Congressman Harvey Helm was given a splendid vote of endorsement in Lincoln, but the complete returns) iu his race were not reported, be running slightly nhend of the nation, ul ticket, however. Nn the Eighth Congressional dis. trict Helm's majority over Dinsmore, his Progressive opponent, will be over 12,000. Tho complete vote for tho presidential ticket the in Eighth district is given below: one nl ) L- -l at $30 and one nt $25. Bunch of ewes, to Bob Ford, at $5.60 a head. .... 1 . Wil-on- in Roo-eve- Koo-eve- Maupin Trial in May. Brack Maimin, the prominent Madison county fanner, who shot .lnn;e Faris, of Anderson county, to death on the streets of Richmond October conit duv, will not be tried 'till the Muv term of circuit court at Richmond, When the case was culled last week u distinguished nr lay of legal talent appeared on both sides. For the state in addition to Attorneys Crutcher and Jackson, there were A. Floyd Dvrd, the emi. prosecutor of feudist fame, nciit and Smith & Smith of Richmond. Reprcciitinir tho defendant were Don. J. Tevis Cobb, J. A. Sullivan. Me r- -. C. C. nud Y. L, Yallace. mid John Noland, of Richmond New Postmasters. Roo-eve- following new postmasters have been appointed in this Pait of the State bv President Tnft: Clifton, d'a-e- y conhtv. Minnie W. I trad v. vice F. M. Mcliamy, resign The in. -- Coffev. Cnsor county, Emma San ders. ice ( . I.. Newton, resigned. Coin, Pulaski conntiv J. V. IVice, vice J. F. Voi ton. resigned Rite. Ca-e- v count v. O. L. Harmon, vice 0. T. Ahtfl. resinned. i Judge Hughes Closes Fight Here. According to arrangement, Judge John W. Hughes, of Mercer county, enmo to Stanford and spoke at tho democratic rally held at tbe court house. About 350 of the faithful gathered to hear the Judge and were well repaid for their coming. They gave him rapt attention and hut $199. frequent bursts of eloquence brought Three year old saddlo horse, W. forth rounds of upplause, while J. McWhorter $130. the forceful mid lucid explanation of Two year old Chester Peavine the high protective tariff and its horse, fiordon Montgomery, of Casey evils showed the though which tint $130. Four year old gelding, W. B. Bur. speaker had given to bis subject. ton $151. His arraignment of the administra tiou at Washington was replete witk Soricl mare, Tom Helm $87. Scudder 'sarcasm and the inconsistency of Mare mule colt, R. S $87. the Dull Moose movement was shown Mate mule colt, John Hood $100. up iu all its phases. Numerous sb4 Horse mule colt, John Hood, $75,. well told jokes kept the crowd ia jolly humor, and when the close of 50. Jersey cow, John McCormack his timely effort many people caM $02.25. forward to shake his hand aaal Seven weanling stews. Powell & thank him fer coming to 8taafawl Depp, at $24.75 a head. ia tbe final rally for the deatoerati Two Jersey heifers, J. T. Farri, ticket. . .' . jMBB3JbT-"-&- .stfa FSSjKcTr 1ftBiaaMi"Mta r - t i 1i fTHrM -- - - - 4 " t ly ' THt IHTCBHH JJUWAL 1TAMF0M. KttTtttltV DOCKET Of the Lincoln Circuit Court NOVEMIER Wcrfncstfav. 1 ORDINARY MeMky 2 3 4 APPEARANCES Fkit Day 53 56 TRM. T. W. Jones vs I & N. Co. Annie Bell vs snme. Hnmhurjr-Bremc- 67 68 69 1912. n Firo Ins. Co. Citizsn Bank of Hogersvillc, CO The question of mlcqttiito taxation 61 Tenn., vs Cloy R. Coleman etc. 1 Commonwealth vs W. J. Edmis for tho big corporations which do Ion, No. 1. 5 Stnto Bnnk & Trust Co. vs M. business in Kentucky is receiving G2 Tnylor etc. considerable ntteutiou just now. 2 snmc vs snmo No. 2. Justus (foehrl, n brother of Ken. 0 Joseph Schloschtcr vs CNO & 3 save v Will Lee. 63 tuckv'n innrtyred governor, is nmk TP Rnilrond Co. 4 snmo vs Coleman Trnylor etc. iug n fight to have the ideus which 7 W. E. Perkins vs E. S. nnd 64 John Henry 6 snme vs were fathered by his brother, twclvo Mack Fisher. Bello V. Dunn. 6 same vs E. Hrown etc. cnrn ngo that of making the cor- 8 Security Mutual Life Ins. Co. Cm Enniest Gibson vs Mnlissn Gib 7 same vs K. Hrown. IHiiatiotis bear thu chief burden of vs G. D. Florence gdn. sou. tnottiou earned into effect now, 8 snmc v J. E. I'ortman 66 John Johnston vs P. L. Elnm. Mr. Ooebel has written an open let 9 C. L. Cnrtcr vs G. W. Koger. 9 samo vs Willinm Mirrrnv the other 10 Crab Orchard Banking Co. vs 07 W. C. Pettus etc vs L. A. Pot. ter to Gov. McCrenvv, 10 name s Thos. Hicks etc. hi", etc state officials nnd the people at Lnmnr Thompson etc. 68 Catherine Wnrrcn's hrs vs Mary large, setting forth his views about 11 same vs Dnvo Hicks 11 Snmo vs E. L. Sowder etc . Warren etc. the mutter. Gov. McCrcary has also 12 Gloho Fertilizer Co. vb J. L. 12 snmo vs Londo Dowell 69 B. O. Govcr vs Bcttie Williams, Issued a statement in icgard feo the Baueh. Anderson Carr, Jr. No. 1 13 same 70 Minnie Weaver vs Wilis Weav matter, both of which arc given be 13 W. F. Francis vs CNO & TP Co 14 snmo vs same No. 2 er. low : 14 J. T. Butler vs samo. Wilson. 15 name vs Josh Water & 71 II. Wode's hrs vs H Wade's October 3lit, f 91 2. 15 White Concentrated hrs. 16 same vs G. C. Lutes No. 1. Salts Co. vs R. C. Wliite. To His Excellency, Governor James B Bniloy vs Chns, Bailey 16 J. IL Pritcliett etc vs. J. A. 72 Mary 17 same vs snme No. 2. McCrcary: to all Adralnltr( and 7.1 Alfred Pence etc vs Mary S. Tucker. Legislative offlcers of the State and vs Rm Ni 3 jr snmo WarrenT 17 W. II. Trnylor's exor vs U. S, to all citizens of the Commonwealth 19 snme vs Sam O. Hocker 74 S. M. Owen vs Trustees McKin. Traylor. who are Interested In equal and ual noy Graded School. Reed. No. 1 20 same vs Mat form taxation: 75 W. P. Buchanan vs Alice Land 21 same vs samo No. 2 etc "Tell my friends to be brave and EQUITY APPEARANCES No. 1 22 same vs Chns. Baughraau 76 Louisville Tin & Stove Co., vs fearless and loyal to the great com Wednesday Third Day No. 2 23 sauio vs same. Garland Singleton. mon people." 24 same vs Willinm Murray No. 1 1 These last words ot my assassinated Nichols & Shepherd Co. vs B. 77 J. Y. Robinson vs William Lnckoy. brother, William Ooebel, have a sacred O. Russell. 25 snmo vs Arch Baylor s 78 Lula Mclninch vs L. M. Bell etc significance to me and when In Sep A. Faulconhorry 2 Barbara 26 same vs John Hayes 79 C. O. Boono vs Will Goodmnn. tember, 1909, I again commenced tc Henry Fnulconbcrry. Qcislor. 27 same vs Andv 3. Sylvester Newton etc vs Mar- 80 W. L. Dishon ndm vs L. D. take an active interest In our State's Geo. Wells 28 same vs Harney, No. 1 affairs, It was not to gain political fa garet Newton etc. 29 same vs Penn Williams vor, for there Is no office I would 4 Martha Hubble vs Dink Hubble. 81 snme vs same No. 2 No. 1 30 same vs Geo. Settles 82 Lola Sowder vs Levi Sowder have; but It Was with hope and con 5 J. A. Givens vs J. L. Beck. 31 same vs same No. 2. 6 Mnttie V. Kirby vs City of 83 Larkin Wells vs Mary L. Car fldence that my work would, during 32 same vs same No. 3. tcr. the administration of the present state Stanford etc. 33 same vs same No. 3 84 Arch Scanlnii vs James Scanlan officers, open up "an opportunity for 7 City of Stanford vs J. M. Phil vs International Harves33 snme 85 J. F. Robinon vs Wcss Pen- Kentucky to take up WlllUm Goebal'a lips etc. ter Co. man etc. work where the assassin's bullet had 8 J. G. Hcndrickson vs Mary F. 80 F. F. Bobbitt vs W. D. Ramsey. Interrupted It, and In that event every Thursday Fourth Day Hcndrickson. vs City of 871). A. Pruitt etc vs C. G. Coker department of our government would 9 J. G. Carpenter 1 Commonwealth vs Clias Woot- give thereto by voice and action most otc. Stanford. en. No. 1 10 B. M. Kennedy vs W. D. 83 J. N. Cash vs John CnTrollton positive, vigorous and loyal support. 2 snmc vs snme No. 2 etc. Sprinkles. Relief Must Come. 3 snme vs Allen Walker. SO Chas. Robhins vs Geo. Fish. 11 John Newell vs Ethel Newell. 4 same vs W. M. Tinsley Necessity for action In the tntorest 12 Wiiyncsburg Deposit Bank vs 90 Sabra P. Reid etcs J. D. Eads 5 same vs Clarence Sipples No 1 ot the people has grown as years have etc. O. A, Richards etc. 6 same vs same No. 2 13 W.B. Hubble gdn vs Ethel Cam- 91 Marv E. Ferrill vs Mary Jane passed until It has developed Into what 7 snme vs Will Schooler a crying shame and from Is Ferrill den etc. 8 same vs Jns. Davis which relief must come. 14 Idu Hopkins vs Geo. Hopkins. 9 pame vs John Conk No. 1 Too long, altogether too long, has 15 S. M. Oweju vs W. B. Goode. Hansfdrd., W. B. 10 snme vs nme No. 2 there 'been unjust discrimination Ki J. R. Edmiston vs Albert Fish. 11 snme vs Mat Reed. No. 3 Old Equity 60. against the people, unjust and burden17 Citizens Trust Co. Jefferson-vil.'- e, ' Harlan. Jay. 12 same vs same No. 4 some taxation upon the people, as Ind., vs J. W. Guest etc. Quinnie Fredrick 13 same vs compared with what has been required 18 W. L. McCnrty gdn vs Alice Old Equity. 72. Smith No. 1 14 same vs L. F. to bo paid by the big corporations of Lund etc. Swfnebroad, G. B. 15 same vs snme No. 2 our State. Corporation lawyers have 19 Mnttie Lee vs Thos. Lee. Old Ordinary 30. 16 same vs same Nb. 3 boastlngly said the death ot William 20 Mary E. Dich vs Conrad Disch 17 sunie vs Tine Jordan No. 1 Goebel was a benefit to the corporaStone. Geo. 21 F. O. Gooch vs Mary A.Wallace 18 same vs same No. 2 tions. If this was true, the question Old Ordinnry 10. 22 Justine Goode vs Ruth Goode. 10 same vs James Reid la, how much longer shall the people The Columbia 23 Burton S. Hilt Shanks. W. H. E Brown No. 3 '20 sunie vs be held In bondage becauso ot his Trust Co. Old Ordinary. 4. 21 same vs Alex Johnson death? 24 Robert Hubble vs Walker Hub22 same vs Luther Brown etc. McRoberts P. M. God knows the corporations now ble. 23 same v- - Thos. Cltnppell Old Equity 3 4 6 11 16 18 22 2" suing the State have been able to pro24 same vs John Lane. cure (and the word procure Is used 32 35 38 53 57 79 80 81 84 87 89. OLD EQUITY '23 snme vs Tol Burlesson No. 1 Ordinary Old. 4 5 7 10 13 14 19 advisedly) Immunity long enough from 2f same vs same No. 2 paying their Just share ot the taxes. V Sigler ndmx vs J."D. Bu- - 23 26 31 35. M. 27 same vs snme No. 3 A hundred million dollar increase Ordinnry Appenrance 8 15 chiinnn ndmx. 4 28 same vs same No. In the value of corporation property Epuity Appearances 13 2 J. T. Leavell gdn vs Allie M. 29 same vs same No. 5 for taxation opens a new era In the Powell etc. Alcorn, J. W. & K. S. 30 Same vs Thos. Chancellor No. 1 3 Mnlindn Havs vs John Gray. State's affairs, and has awakened tho Old Equity 8 20 34 52 31 same vs same No. 2 people, and brought them to u realizaII. J. McRoberts vs J.S. Jack- Old Oidinnrv 8 12 14 25 30 32 tion of what has been done to them, 32 same vs Willinm Murray No. 2 i mnn. 35 37 38 39 40 33 same vs Mrs. William Murray and there will bo a further awaken5 J. II. Carter vs Wm. Martin. Ordinary Appearances 12 5 6 9 ing, which will correct abuses equally No. 1 John 11 13 14. 6 W. L. Wcller & Son vs 2 34 snme vs same No. as great as unequal taxation. A true Curoenter. Equity Anpenranees. 5 6. 35 same vs Vera Sims, No. 1 awakening of the peoplo has come. 7 G. W. Singleton vs II.II. Lognn B. Paxton. J. 30 same vs sumo No. 2. and henceforth every man who would 8 Martin McCormnck vs Kate Old Equity 2 21 28 29 30 50 64 hold otttco must be a progressUc. and 37 same vs same No. 3 Giwni 68 74 77 85 87. 38 same vs same No. 4 no imitation will satisfy them; they 9 Clms. Reed vs Annie Dayton. Old Ordinary 0 7 17 21 22 23 will sweep aside and Into oblivion as 30 same vs Elmer Gastineau 10 N. B. Hays vs Gale Brnckett. 29. CHntis 40 same vs Fred old chaff any man who hesitates or 11 J.M. Phillips vs Joe Upthegrovc 7 10 15 dares stand In the wny of betterment Ordinary Appearances 41 same vs Ed Patterson 12 T. O. Lovclnnd s F. M. Ware. 17. 42 same vs Moso Berry etc. ot conditions and improvement in ev13 M. V Sigler vs Wilt. Cole Equity Appearances 7 10 12 21. ery way for the whole peoplo. 43 samo vs B. P. Murtin 14 Fannie Hutchison vs Ruth Jones 44 snmo v William Lewis Saunders J. N. 15 Farmers Homo Ins Co. vs E. P. Gross Undervaluation. 45 same vs William Ttout Old Equity. 9 12 23 31 39 43 73 Bailev etc. No one doubts, had William Goe4fi same vs Pat tie Adams 16 J. R. Edtniston vs S. M. Holmes 76 78 92. bel been permitted to live, that which Old Ordinary 3 11 19 21 28 30. Ordinary Old, Monday First Day 17 Annie Landy v.s RitTe & Jones. was done last month by the Board of Lackey. Burch W. S. 1 Johnson vs J. G. 18 J. M. Phillips vs Wm. Glass and Valuation and Asessment would have 19 Annie Napier vs Hendloy Na. Old Equity 1 7 33 41 45. Hurtzog. 2 A. llorton vs J. U. been done more than a decade ago, pier. etc. Old Ordinnry -- 15 21 31 37 3 Richard Foley vs Ira Logan. Instead of the large corand & Guaranty Co. 0- U. S. Fidelity Bobbitt. F. F. 4 B.D. Holtxclaw vs. Wm.Cordier 2porations fighting in the courts and vs W. J. Edmiston. 5 W. C. Shanks vs City of Stnn- methods, 'il D M. Lipps hrs. vs D M. Lipps 82Old Eqiutv 1 2 3 27 40" 48 49 70 by sinister unjust andendeavoring 'o ford, Ky. perpetuate unequal taxa83 86. llUirs. (i Crub Oi chard Bank. Co. vs A. tion, to throttle the action ot this Old Ordinary 33 34. C. Thompson etc vs Berry 22 M. 8 14 19. State Taxing Board, the first to act fulEquity Appenrances C Dunn. C.J. Sipple ly In the interest ot the people, they Harding. Robert. 7Jns. McCormnck vsJas. Holman 23 Howard. Bishop vs Josiah Bishop, F. P. would long ago have been paying Into 8 D.C. Burchfleld vs Old Ordinary 6 14 32 38 39. ndmr. 9 Krueger & Son vs Lincoln Co. the State, county and city treasuries Ordinnry Appearances 2 6. 24 J. P. Hozelwood vs W.N. ILan. 10 F. M. Hines vs XV, af. Ingram. 25 J. G. Lan- vs J. F. Uazelwood. their Just rroscrtias of taxes. RawUnqs. I. W. 11 Tuscarora Fettilizer Co. vs J. 26 State Bank & Trust Co.vs DudIt is very evident that In KenOrdinary. 16. Old W. Acey. tucky, as In other States, big corporaley Reed.' Ordinnry Appearances 6. 12 Bustin Telephone Co vs Cum- 27 W. D. Ramsey vs II. II. Logan. tions will never pay a cent more of Purvear. E". V. taxes than they ore made to pay. berland Telcpione Co. 23 W.B. Bryan vs E. Totten &c. Old Equity 74. Take the case ot the C. & O. H. II. 13 Hall Anderson vs J.L.Carpenter 29 Willow Springs Distilling Co. Old Ordinary 3. In 1911 this road, on its entire sys14 J. W. Oooch by etc. vs C. N. O. vs M L. Goode. Ordinary Appearances 6. tem in Kentucky, paid taxes on a to& T. P. Ry Co 30 Moses SUiart's hrs vs Moses tal valuation ot only $9,313,270, where15 J. T. Edwards etc vs T. B. Menefee. John Stunrt's hrs. , as the street railway company of the etc 1 13 24. Equity Appearances. 31 Mnttie Yocum vs C. C. Smith. city ot I,oulsvlU was mado to pay on 10 Leonard Kranz vs F. M. Ware. 32 J. JL Cook vs E. J. Joslin etc. Malene, W. C. Hundley a valuation of $10,800,000. The C. & 17 Ii. G. Gooch & Sou vs 33 G. W. Shelton vs Geo. Hopkins. Equity Appearances 3. O. K. It. In 1901 paid taxes on a franDishon. 34 Geo. Burton eto vs Jns Burton. Owslfiv J S chise valuation ot only $2,171,189, and 18 J. R. Russell vs F. Schmtzler. 35 Thos. Jolmston vs P. Dishon. ill 69 87 00. Old Equity 5 50 Typewriter Co. vs C. G. In 1911 on a valuation of only $2,743,-SS0- , nar Scott & Co.. vs W. R. Old Ordinnry 2. Koker. Board found theli Dillion. Ordinary Appenianees 1 3 12 16 1912 whereas, theshould be $18,798,630 on K. A. Mlddlcton vs UP. Logan. 37 M. P. Peacock vs Cora Russell. assessment Equity Ap'ienmnces 9 15 10 17 Modern Broth21 Ora Brnckett vs The C, N. O. & T. P. It. It-- In 1901 3- S- Mry Grnnt vs Aaron Grant. Hill. T. J. erhood of America. paid taxes on a franchise valuation 39 John Jackson vs Rich Wilson. TeleOld Equity 17 24 25 29 58 60 71 of only $3,110,197, nnd In 1911 on a 22 G. T. Proctor vs W. U. 40 Annie Stoner vs Robt. Stoner. graph Co. valuation of only $3,659,320. whereas 41 G. W. Carter eto vs Lincoln 8S Old Ordinary 18 24. 23 O.O.Speaks v City of Stanford the Board found their 1912 assessment County. Equity Appenrances 9. 22. Lockowitz vs A. Ronnker. 42 Jennie Carpenter vs Dorio Car04 Julia The I. C. in should be $10,674,200. v L. & N. R. Co. G. D. Florence 25 J. A. Robitison 1901 paid taxes on a franchise valuapenter. , r II. Moore vs Geo Stntum. Old Equity 10 14 15 17 19 24 tion of only $1,989,870, sad in 1911 on 43 Central Ky. Carriage Co. vs W. 2. fJU 27 29 36 37 40 42 47 01 04 00 a 27 Equitable Bank & Tiust Co. vs valuation of only $4.510,3.'0, whereP. Kincaid. Reed and Dislion. 44 as the Board found their 1912 assess J. I. Case Threshing Machine 07 74 75 76 78 89 00. Ordinary Old. 1 2 8 9 10 11 10 ment should be $14,74G.8C7. The L.. & 28 Lula McAninch vs M.S. Russell Co vs C. A. Moore etc. Ash-loc- k 29 W. II. TruylorV exor vs Court vs 18 20 32. 5 Lincoln Co. Fiscal N. II. It, in 1901 paid taxes on a fran Equity Appenrances 11 18 20. & House. Hustonvillo & Coffey's Mill Pike. chise valuation ot only $6,504,879, and vs E. L. bowder. 46 Ben Fuulconer vs J.C. Cummins Baflby. C. C. 30 II. V. Sowder in 1911 on a valuation of only Kidwell eto vs I 3111. R. Padgett vs CvN.O. & N. 47 E. T. Beazley vs Jas Burton eto Old Equity 44 whereas the Board found & T.P. 32 Alvin 48 Sallie Adams vs G. M. Adams. Equity Appearances 1. their 1912 assessment should be 33 Cfaas Adams vs J. C. Cummins. 40 Jas Foster vs Susie Foster. Ordinnry Appearances 4. 50-J- ulia A.Owsley vs W.W. Owsley 34 Same vs. Lloyd Brock. The Covington companies tn the IVmlHlotfn, n. Ii. K. Banks vs E. II. Ballard. 35- -J. 51 Joe Giveiu hrs vs Joe Given hrs past paid as little, proportionately, as Old Equity 50. Wilson vs Dak Robb &c 62 Ed Alcorn ndm vs Ewline Arm. 36 A.B.A. did most of the above mentioned comOld Ordinary, 20 20. S7-- W. O. Worker Vs L. & N. strong etc. panies, and without exception all C.N.O. & T. P. wmiMM 38 Grove Reed vs M B. G. Taylor vg King's Mtn. thesa conDanles aad the two others M. R. Caweft r sane. Old Equity 00 63. I suing wanted the same assessments Telephone Co. 3 Old Ordinary. F. G. Carsei vs sane. 4 15. , 51 A. O. Faulcouer vs Dave Burton for 1912 that they bad Ik 1911. The s Third Day vs W. S. Fish etc. John Petrey va Geo. Petrey Modern Brotherhood of AraerU rn vs J. P. Grubbs Cnthern Hodge vs Frank Hodge M. C. Delk ndm vs Geo. Estes etc Willis Logan vs John Vnrnon W. M. Mnsscv vs II. Floyd Fen-ill'ndm vs Thos. Tho Fcrrills hrs. Citircns Bnnk of Brodhcad vs J. II. Dickey etc Citircns Bank of Neptune vs J. 11. Hutchison. Crab Orchard Banking Co., vs TAXATION OF PUBLIC SERVICE CORPORATION!. L fsTsTsTBsTsTSSBSjBdikaiHk sTSSTSSTSKTSSTSr HsKStsijjBHHsli'il . .V'iSTBSTiSTS - vt9TSSTSSTSSTSSTSSTSaTSVW'BSSTSSTSrv ""LBT"sTsTsTsjmMBTsTHi 4sTsTsTssTsTaw-SJfaTSSTSSTS -' Lw vtBShbhi ssT"sTi Be EmivN te Push Suits McCreary's Statement KaE!3Bsw k v-- jsjs)HBsKKsKKLIslJlsHL. :" ivMkv.--- ' ,,'" k.s.sBJiWns.H Hil l vilZM the correct tsaa'srd and In kaephic with the greatness ana importance or these cases, which Involve, not only $1,205,78$ this year, but millions upin millions In years to come, and If the assessments are upheld, mean to this .n.r.!inn ami ceneratlons yet unborn la Kentucky, losser tax to pay, and to ory the state adequate revenue tor purpose of governmont, economically conducted. "Most respectfully yours, "JUSTUS GOEBEL" Be "V; WHf jfl? Slarrmenl The Govrrnnr' The Governor's htntcmeut follows: "The letter f Mr. Justus Ooebel, addressed to me anil to nil minimi, trittnn mid legislative officers of the state, mid to nil citucux nf the Commonwealth who nre interested in equal and uniform taxation, has been in the puhlirthcd generally nnd contains valuable infor. mnt urn nnd important miggcstions. news-INipcrs s IMPeHP ' GOV. J. ft. M'CREARY. JUSTUS GOMEL. Kentucky Delegates From State at Lsrge te DEMOCRATIC NATIONAL CONVKNINON, BALTIMORE, Board ot Valuation and Assessment based thefr 1912 assessments on convincing proof ot values placed before them, aud the assessments aro uniformly Just and fair, and ot the more than four hundred corporations assessed, only seven have protested In the courts, and these are among thoso that have always proportionately paid the least. In tho last twelve years the State, counties and cities have been robbed, and the word robbed la the only word that fits the case, of more Jhan ten million dollars In taxes. In the years from 1902 to 1911, Inclusive, a period ot ten years, there has been an average Increase In the franchise assessments of the four largest railroads ot tho State or only IVi per cent early, and this almost unbelievable record ot astonishingly small increases was made in tho ten best j oars for earnings that the railroads of this country ever saw. The picture here presented ot the previous Inadequate franchise assessments Is astounding, but when one examines Into tho situation regarding tho tangible assessments mado by Commissions of the properties of six of tho corporations now suing the State, the word "astounding" Is inado quato and must be here supplanted bj tho word dumfoundlng to state mor correctly what the tanlgble assess meat picture actually presents. Halt-roa- JUNE, 1912. Masttr Legal Minds. Among the msster legal minds thai are already engaged in prrprlng ths defenso ot the suing corporations arc Trabuc, I)olan A Cox, of Luulrvllle, fol tho Illinois Central Uallroad Company; Qalvin & Galvln, of Cincinnati, for the Cincinnati, New Orleans A Texas Pacific Itallroad Company; John T. Shelby & Son, of Lexington, for the Chesa peake & Ohio Railroad Company, CoL Henry L. Stone, Helm Bruce, C II. Moorman, It. A. Colston, of Louisville, Browdcr, nf Itusacll and Rrowder . Naihrllls vllle. for the LodUvlllo Itallroad Company; Beckham & Mc Quown. ot Frankfort, and Krnst, Cas satt & Cottle, ot Cincinnati, for the South CoWngton & Cincinnati .Strrel Railway Company and the I'nlon Light, Heat and Power Company, Max well, Itamicy & Ora) don, of Cincinnati, for the Adams Express Company and for tho Southern Express Company In addition to this galaxy of legal talent, tho suing corporations liau a vast army ot busy workers who never appear In the limelight or in the courtroom, and they may be described as research lawyers, accountants nnd statisticians, who are a mighty supportive element to the men who will present the cases and make the pleas and arguments. Without detracting one lota from the splendid ability and known loyalty to the state's Interests possessed by the attorney general, James Uarnett, nnd his three assistants, the common wealth's legal force, as compared with that of the corporations, must seem Inadequate, Indeed; and when it Ii taken Into consideration that the attorney general's office has a tnultl pllclty of cases and matters of state to fully employ their attention, and that tho present situation comes Id the nature of an emergency unforeseen and unprecedented In the state'i history, tho urgent necessity for the emploment of other able lawyers a a supportive force to the attorney gen eral becomes qulto apparent Ability, known loyalty to the cause and assured freedom from corporation taint should bo the cause to govern in tho selection ot attorney to assist In the defenso of the state's interests y Work Is Delayed a Decadt. 1-- Take the case ot the C & O. II. Ii and the records show that the tangibl property ot this company In 1S9! twenty years ago, was assessed a $S,019,5t7. In 1911 notwithstanding the extensions made In mileage o road, double tracking ot a vast system acquiring much new real estate anc probably more than doubling theli equipment of engines nnd cars this company's tangible property was asper sessed at only $6,270,270. or 21 cent less than in 1892, twenty years ago. In 1892 the market price of C. & O. stock was around 11 ccntx, and the stock ot this company Is selling nnd the capital stock nt 81 C lias been Increased to ono hundred million dollars. Further comment to tabbed show that our state lias is unnecssary. Tho tnng'bb property of tho C, N. O. & T. P It. It. w.is In 1911 for less than It was lu 1900, and but llttl more than in 1890, notwithstanding the great mado by tho company. Tho other railroads have beon similarly inadequately assessed on their tangible property for many ears. In May, 1910, a prominent official ol one of the companies suing, stated that the special Interests had In years past controlled tho state's taxing boards, and the records apparently prove he told, the truth In that Instance. He also stated that ho would control the present Board ct Valuation and Assessment, but In this be has proven an Ignominious failure. y cm, jo: Justus Goebel's Interest. My Interest In tbo work Just com pteted by the board was, nnd is, dlf fiTnt from, nnd greater than, that o! any man In Kentucky or elscw here-e- ven though ho may have been con nected with tho work. .oc of my Btate and love for and memory of m assassinated brother, whose brain work constructed and whose blood stained the statutes which made It possible to do what the Board of Valu atlon aud Assessment has Just com pleted, have compelled ot mo tho serv Ice 1 have rendered in the matter, and without official duty resting on me, have given untiringly and almost con Btantly moro than Ave months ot time energy nnd study to these assessment! In th Intercut ot the state ssd its pwi pie, to the exclusion ot every other Interest business and personal Therefore, with such an Interest and with the know lodge that I have gain ed through my labors. I feel that I air qualified, amply qualified, to mako at appeal, lu the name of the 40u,000 tax payers ot the state who furnish seven eights ot tho revenue for the state'i government, and who for many )cun have withstood the burden of uuequn taxation, to the administrative and legislative officers ot tho state to sup port the governor with unlimited means for the necessary defense ol the people's Interest and canes. There aro men who lime said In places that In the emplovmcnt of Attorney John L. Rich the state had gono far enough, but to such men I would say, "Is jour only Interest the welfare of the people, and liavo ou proven that there Is no other interest that Is greater with )ou than thu people's In1 as-at- -l prevnt nt tho meetings "lie of the Hoard of Valuation nnd As scsamrnt. which occupied nhont fue mon t lii unci muxt be on the MibjpclH to which he refcrn. "The Ilonrd of Vulunlioti nnd As. of Ilenrv M. .Mossment. 1'onsinting Ilosworth'i. State Auditor, Thomas S. lthen. State Treasurer, nnd I'. V. Crecellus. Secretary of Stnle, did their work well nnd faithfully. "All persons who have made pro. per imestigntion know that roriMir-ntion- s in Kentucky have not been pining their juot proportion of th,. tnxes, nnd llirre linn Iteen unjust and biinlensoM'e liixnliou iiimiii tho lHople ns compared with what has been requirel to be paid by the large corporations f our htnte. "I n m opposed to disnrimtnnltor, aud lielime that taxation h!ioiiII nnd the conxtrntions nnd the people nsscsed anil taxed jutly end fa it I v. "In mv mcsngo i, the Inst I.cgis. liiliire, I lecommeiiiled the passage of right imiNirtniit hills, nnd nil were eiinrted into law- - evept the public utilities bill, which gne the Govcr, nor mithoritv to npimint nn incut mid Miluntioii rommisMnii to do what tlir xiting Hoard of Vain, ulioii nnd Atwmeiit has done, but as the of thut-- board had mil under former administrations I hud no knowledge that bi'eii the existing board would be until I wan i suted bv the mrtnlier-- . tluit thrv would do tJirir duty nnd be ju- -t nnd fair, nuil the public tit il 'ties bill was not wiMil. "The rxistmg Hoard of Valiiiiliuti and Assessment based their 1112 us. essuielit on cMilcllre of the allies plated before Ibem at great length, and inn Mire tlicv lime ulint tliev Miee. utter careful exproof, are amination and just, and fair usei.smcnt(; and of about four hundri-coriHirnttous iismwscI, only eight hute protested in the courts. Tliu eight Milts that Imxo i 'roiigbt against the Statu mnv bo conlisii-,through tho Federal and late courts, mid me of great importance to the people und the State treasury. They im.dvu for the Male about four hundred thousand dollar unnunllv. mid for the count and cit laxiiisr diNivii-tnL'iit right hundred thousand dollar uunualb. or u to. lal ot uboiit one iiiilli.ui two hundred thousand dollars. "iVheii the proem iidiiiiuislratio'i mine into elfeet. less than one war ngo. tli,' Stale's indebtedness wm inori' than one million dollar. With und fair taxation the debt 1 tho State would soon ho extinguish d. und I regret that important ami poueilul corporations uru resist mg the iiitioii of tb,. Hoard of Valu. lition mid Assessment and vndrntui inir to iwrpetiuilu taxation which their own udiuissioiiH show to . mi. nsts iu-ti- e 1 - ls 1 JUst mill llllt'qual. "Jf llie coiiHirutions which lmo instituted sun, pt.iMst in their ef. forts, the State of Kentucky nnd the cause of the tuwier tdiould b defended in the court h by counsel m uu-r! way - "tt'-mc;- - Board Acts For People. To datn tho people havo won, aud th Board of Valuation and Assessment, consisting ot Henry M. Bosworth chairman; Tom S. Rhea nnd C. F Crecellus, has finished its work for 1912, and, thank God, for once It hai acted in the Interest ot the people. Until this year the Board ot Vnlua tlon and Assessment has been con trolled In the Interest ot the big cor poratlons by some hook or crook, eith r friendship, political favor rendered iniiiiv able uttonu.ys who instituted the miiU. "I hue rifi'i't confidence hi thu Slate's interests ( Attorney Gen meet mid tl.l inr .. cope with the hjrt mid by nil d i erul Onriiell and r 30-G- cc or to be rendered, bribery or IntlmV datlon, but never beforo has the Btate, county or city been given what it was rightfully entitled te. The eight suits that have been brought sgalnst the state must b fought through sll federal and state courts, and are ot vital Importance to our people. They Involve for the state $382,389, and for the county and city taxing districts $823,396, or a total, annually, ot $1,206,785. The railroad companies, realizing the magnitude ot this Sght and anxious to win out, not slone from a financial standpoint, but to prevent the great public denouncement that Ii bound to come In the wake ot a victory for the state, are calling up the wonderful arrsy ot legal talent tbst is at their command through the power and Influence that comes ot the amount of money represented la their combined capitalisation ot one billion dollars. terest!" Every Citizen Interested. We have been, and are, dealing In this with a matter which Is vital to, and affects the comforts ot every home, no matter bow humble, and the, pocketbook of every taxpayer In the commonwealth, be he laborer, mechanic, farmer, merchant or of any other rank or station. All have their Interest In what we have been fight. Ing for more nearly equal taxation and relief from corporation oppression. The question Is. shsll the cause of our taxpayers be defended at the bsr ot luUe B7 as array Q( counsel ot f', attorney, .Mr. Itich. who, by re, quest r Aitoniey General, in "ruing. Ji,iu. employed; but I will be pleased to appoint another attorney, or two iitbeiH. if the Attorney General, in wiiting. should itsk me to d so, s ud(.r the Inw, I cannot employ counsel to represent the state without his request. "Subsection fi of sections 112-1- 5 (m tide o, ,,.,ge 218) of the Kentucky Statutes oroiidc: The Attorney General and his As. Mstuiits shall attend to nil litigation mill business in or out of the stiite, inquired of him or them under this net, or other existing law or laws heieinufter enacted, and ulso any litf ulion or business that unv Stule officer may have in connection with or giottiug out of his official duty, and no State officer, board of trustees or the heiid of any dpnrtnient or in dilution of the State shall have nu thoritv to employe or to be repre. seated by any other counsel or ut toiney ut law, unless an emergcucv nrUe. which, in the opinion of the Attorney Generul, requires tho eui ployment of other counol. in order to prniierly protect the interest of the Commonwealth, which event the Attorney General shall, in writ ing setting forth reasons for such (Continued on Next Page.) 1 nnd iiNo in (the ulnV mid three assistunts Ill i mi, li I'Hbiiay MbdtfUiiiMU THE MTCWim 10UMIAI STANFORD, KENTUCKY. THC 3 FOLLOW 21 KST CIRCUIT CLERK IN THE STATE. AFTER FISCAL COURT AIvwmm Up Shawl Irreftilar Cendltlwis ki Aitdrwi. A Sick Man WHOr.Hirt- l i About THEIR MASTER . l.fdney DImm. Converts Baptized at White's Mill After Revival. PREVENT CHOLERA lose their hogs with cholera. You can 'save your s from this dread disease if you will begin at once and give them Every year thouiandi upon thousands of farmers S WfcPP' " Be? 'OWiiiB Laurcncchurg, Ky.. Nov. 4. Edi M. Alverson, of tho Anderson News, is (pcning tho eyes of tho people of Anderson county to an extraordinary stalo of irregularity thnt has existed in the management of tho fiscal affairs of county for tho past eight years or more. In tliij i Inst tWii issues of his paper ho has reproduced chums allowed by the Fi,enl Court to show that otory member of the body has for years trampled the law under their feet and been interested in contracting for the county, being beneficiary of claims against the county, favoring n certain company in letting out bridgo contracts for that, it is said, weie not especially needed, noting ns "specinl commissioners," etc., nil in direct opposition to See. tion 1844 of the Kmlucky Statute, tor J. which says: Hon. James F. Holdam. Who wns elected to the office in Lineolneounty Tundny with no opponi tion, n both th rtpublienns nnd progressive? knew that it would be v.wrless to oppose him. Mr. Iloldam is nid liy lawyer to ho the ltetd Circuit Clerk in the state, nnd there is no doubt but Hint ho i one of the most popular. Ho fills out the term mndo vncnnt by the death of Col. Josh Swopc. employment .reqtwt the Governor employe such additional counsel. "Before such counsel is employed his fee and compensation fchnll be agreed upon nnd fixed by written contract by the Governor nnd snid counsel, subject to the approval of the Attorney General.' "It U, tbcreforo apparent that I cannot appoint da attorney to nsitt tho Attorney General in these Miits until the Attorney General, in writing, rc(ucsts mo to do so, nnd nlo ooiniienMV. nirrveH with me on ' tion tho count-e- l employed is to recoil?. "JAMKS It. MrCHKAUY." to nnd homes desirable Several building lot in StnnfoTd for sale. 83-Apply to Harvey Helm. 3. Catarrh Sufferers Astonished Booth's I1Y0MKI, tho soothing, healing, perm destroying air gives instant relief. If yon already own n UYOMET hnrd mbber inhaler yon can get a bottle of IIYOMEI for only 50c, The complete outfit, which includes inhaler, is $1, nnd is sold by 0. L. Penny on money bnck plan. With every bottle or IIYOMEI comes a small booklet. This book tells how easy nnd simple it is to kill Cntarrah perms and end Cntnrrh by just breathing into the lungs over the catarrh infected membrane the powerful yet pleasant nntiseptic nir of Eucalyptus from the inland for-e-- ts This book tells f Australia. nhont tho HYO.MIK vnpor treatment for stubborn Catarrh, Croup, heavy colds nnd Soro Throat, nnd other interesting facts. "Member not to be interested in contract with county penalty. No member of the Fiscal Court shall be interested, directly or indirectly, or bo concerned in any contracts for work to be done or material furnish oil for the county, or any district thereof, nor purchase or be interest ed in any claim against the county or stnte. Any member of the Fiscal Court who shnll violate the provis. ions of this section shall, upon con vietion, be fined nt le- - than five hundred nor more than five thousand for ench offense." Tho News hauls the County Judge nnd County Attorney, us members ot the court over tho coals for sitting idly by nnd letting the magistrates proceed thus unlawfully without a hemblancc of n protest. He supports his statement with figures to show that the county is now in debt for building new turnpikes $41,.r00, nnd says thnt if the same conditions ox. in the next three years as have in the past three there will lie nn in. dcbtnes amounting to over $100.-00In plain, straighforward and manly statement of facts, he tells of tlie existing conditions nnd calls on the tnspnjers to clean out tho court from stem to stern. The court is made up ns follow: County Judge, Wilkes II. Morgan; County Attorney, Frank L. Itipy, .rngi,trnt.w, Cliff Mothert-hend-, J. C. Crawford, Chas. Catlett. Lloyd Simpson, Ilnrdin Slattcry and Ben Story. it 0. I'renchcrsville, Nov. 4. At one A Kentteman me: write "I o'clock, I'. If. Wednesday last, an Inwas greatly immense throng wcro gnthorcd on terested In your the banks of Dick's river nt Wliitc's article describing tho KaufT-ma- n Mill to witness tho baptismal ritos case of Administered to 21 nnndidntcs, con-erwho professed religion under tcrloun dlaeiuo or tho kidneys. , the eloquent, irresistible, soul Tench. lollvcrcil 1V ItoV. E. H. JFrnnnllT '"" telly Klines KnuIIt.li in the revival just closed at y condition. 1 ",0 ''"ptist church. A rcivnl which m aure If re- - will bo long remembered ns one of S. B. Hartman, M. D. r,lntt cure1 n,m "10 ,n,wl frnittul ever held nt this n you any. It piuce. inc waters edge wnen would euro me also. I nm los- the invitation wns irhen, two came ing flesh rapidly and tho doctors say I havo every symptom of Ilrlcht's forward and wore received nnd hnv disease of tho kidneys. If you think tied. Besides the 21 by baptism I would bo benefited by Peruna I will and two reclamations', there were certnlnly try some aa tho doctors have also nino others who made the cowl practically given me up, the same as confession. they did hlrn." Mr. J. J. Thompson who has In rrply I wish to say, first, that I neer make any promises aa to what been so ill for some few days is roi Peruna will euro. No physician can '"'Vr V VSTUS' of G.nJ"rd. wl! make positive statement of that sort.?., H's- - '. nan neen in mo morion miirmary in I can say this much, however, If I , wero In your place I should certainly Louisville nnd has since been moved glvo Peruna a trial. 1 know of no to Ihu home of her imrcnt, Mii. other remedy that would be so likely and Mrs. II. T. I.unsford here, is to bo of use to you In your present able to sit up a little. condition as Peruna. Take a Mrs. 0. W. Cummins has been beforo each meal and at bedtime. Continue this for two or three quite sick but is imrorine. Mrs. Susan ndmi.xtmi visited Mrs. weeks and then If there Is anything you wish to ask me further write me Susan Cress. nnd I wilt give your Utt-- r Prompt Miss Cnrric Xmlor, who wns " severely shaken up by beintr struck If I find that Cl Peruna. ta not bv a runuinir horse while on her way helping you I wilt b perfectly frank Inst week, is and tell you so. for 1 V)uld not havo to church one even'you take Peruna unless tt waa really able to be out again nnd is t7ii helping you. Hut It has rescued so recipient of much tlmgrntulation on r:any cases of kidney disease that I her miraculous from serious am quite confident you will find It ex- or fatal inpirv. actly suited to your case. Mrs. Jane Hell has been a guest Kidney dtseaao begins with catarrh of the kidneys. Peruna la a catarrh of Mrs. Evan Foley. remedy. Unlss the destruction of tho Our Governor ha-- , bet apart Nov. kidneys Is already too great Peruna 1 3th. in a special proclamation, as relieves the catarrh and the cause of Arbor Da''. The public schools are the kidney disease Is removed. I shall anxiously await a report of expected to observe the day, plant your case. Ilemcmbcr. all letters are trees and have appropriate exercises sacredly confidential. I never use any That the planting of tree is a lnuda one's name or address without his hie enterprise, combininir present written consent. My, correspondence patriotism with future utility, none Is absolutely private. PERUNA IS can cninsny. This would be a fine VOll SALB AT AI.I. DRUO STORES. 'imp fnr llin fniclfioc. iht rtnrnntE SPECIAL NOTICE Many person are making Inquiries for the old' nn.l nil frinnilo P nrl.tin ilr... 4a .v.m-- 1 say, and time Peruna. To such would assist the children in their ef' this formula Is now put out under the name of manufactured by Company. Columbus, Ohio. Write them aud ibey will ba modern idueni:nnnl mnllir.ila nn.l 7nt:i pleased to send you a free booklet. but not least, assure the teacher of vour approval nnd hearty eo opera, ', hg ts BOURBON HOG CHOLERA REMEDY never have the cholera. Use it in the food and drink and your hogs will ii Don't wait until they get sick. Begin giving your hogs this medicine now. ft is the only remedy in the world sold under a Guarantee Bond to prevent and cure hog cholera. i table-spocnf- ul HERE'S THE HOG BOURBON REMEDY CO Lexington, Ky, Choleu Remedv READ THIS LETTER 9V ho !"'"" $ JENKINS-SUBLETT cholera with your Bourbon Hoc cue DRUG CO., Bowline Green, Ky. GUARANTEED OR MONEY BACK l'o gu.rsnt.ed to prevent worm., thumps, scour, TJ"!? woderf"' nd d.order.. It regul.te. the bowel,, ,id. digettion and cau.e. hog. te. f.tten quickly. Cw it and get your money back if you don't find it the be ho remedy r"y m.dt. COSTS ONLY FIVE CENTS PER MONTH FOR EACH HOG NOTlGEsTfala ! fh WimmAv fL.w - tl . iff of ImlUHoMt Ask your drngglat for Bourbon Borf Cholera Kamady SHUGARS & TANNER, Stanford, ..... O Kentucky. Judging from the interest taken in tho nrticles thnt have been published and the comment heard on all sides the people arc with Alverson in his fiaht, and nre demanding that a cleanup be mnde. The I. J.'printe fine stationery. tion. Saturday nnd Sunday NW. 9th and 10th Ilcv. Cornelius will fill his pulpit nt tho Baptist church. On tho fiit named day, Uro. Cnrden nnd others who nre prominent in Sab. bath school nnd church work, will orsnnie a Sunday school. Let nl' the vouns people be present also nil in this most noble cause properly-con- Tho well regulated, well-wishe- interests the cause of Christ. By nil means start a Sunday school, too many of our vouth are usiiiR the Lord's Day as a lay of pleasure and idleness, nnd Sundny is doubtless ono of Sa tan's busiest days. Sunday school is a powei Winter is coming on in earnest. rood in anv community and n We would urgo the immediate necea necessary' adjunct to any church sity of action on the part of our wishing to ndvanco the of school trustees, tho stnte over, in ducted for 1913 - BUICK CARS 5-Passenger 1913 looking after coal or other fuel used at their school linna nd Kee after the windows, daors nnd shuC ters. Boreas' wintry blasts will soon benumb the teachers and tho little folks. A little work on tho part of those officials might save doctor's hills, for draughty school houses nre not considered sanitary. At one schol Jiou.se, not a, thousand miles from where wo sit, 13 window panes on one side of tho house are out; pupils Friday complained o cold. Plenty of fire hut too much ventilation. A can of putty, the needed lights, a little elbow grease and wliut a beneficial change. Then shutters properly hooked back stops destructive slam bangs and the continual nuisance of their bumping with ovcry pasing breeze. Touring, $1,050 2-Passe- nger Roadster, $950 high-grad- e. THE ABOVE PRICES ARE FOR THE CARS COMPLETE. serviceable automobiles, and the 1913 BUICK lias established an enviable reputation for building Line represents the best efforts of this mammoth organization. The success of the past season when the entire output was sold early in June is evidence of the quality of the BUICK product and an indication of what may be expected for 1013. No car at any price can give more real motor car value. MAHAN & CONN, Agents See these cars on exhibition at CONN'S GARAGE, 4th and Main St.., DANVILLE, KY. Automobile Supplies carried in stock. Repairing done promptly by skilled and expert mechanics. Danville, Kentucky Supurb Service on Q. & C. Official announcement has been made by Mr. W. A. Becklcr, General Passenger Agent of tho Q. & C. Route, of very material improvement in the Florida service for the com ilisr reason. An pnllrplv nnw thrnncli train moderately appointed will be put into operation between Cincin nati. Ohio nnd Jacksonville, Fla on Sunday, November 24. Tho new train will prove a great convenience as it serves tho traveling publia along tho route at entirely different hours from the rest of tho truins. This new special Florida train will leavo Cincinnati daily nt noon and will make the trip in twenty-fou- r hours. On the return trip tho train will reach Cincinnati daily at noon. Tho pre-- i chcda1c has iiut S been , officially unnouncHl. Dining cars serving tho best products of the market will bo provided for tho entire route. On the same dnto as above tho "Florida Special" will also ho put into operation. It will leave Cincinnati daily at 8U0 P. M, And ns usunl tho "Cinciunnti-Chic- a ga Limited" will leavo Cincinnati daily at 8:15 A. M. This will give threo of tho finest trains in the nation to Florida traffic. This superb service has been provided in order to tnke core of the greatly increased iiasseii'rer travel ta Hut siiiinv smith during tho bleak winter months in tho north. It miMik tin ctntnd in this connection that tho Queen & Crcsceut Jtouto is offering very rcn sonuble tourist rates to Florida tllerebv irivinir nnnortnniiv fnr ihnsn of moderate means to realize along with tho wealthy tho joys and healthgiving advantages of tho land of flowers. Anv tinknt npi-n- t trill gladly give full details as to sche dule unit rates. No Hodr fnr Harvey. When it eenifs to winuins n noli. tical race, Harvey Helm has no catinl. but wo nre inclined ta be1ivn ho has lost out in tho matrimonial race. In last issuo nt tlm Ktnnfrr.J Journal ho advertised for sale sever So wo presume there's ul homes. no hope for Harvey. He'd make a splendid bargain for some woaaa wanting to take a boy to raise. Danville Messenger. w" ta' ' " "fcrmfF-- - wnrr.r ''?.-- ( THE IWTEMtt JMJttAL tTAMFt. EH7UCKV ' The Interior Journal M. Shot to death while out hunting Birds, Rabbits, Etc., Etc. with our shelli. Winchester Leaders and Repeaters are the best for field and trap. Let us quote you prices en the best shell on the market MILTON 1 BACrLST- - BkFNpVWMsi A TXAB STBIOTLT IN ADTAMCB Qg PctsomI (iMrwIee to M Skin Sufferers' y? hr tn tititrna In 1hts town for soma time, and wa arc looking: to build up trade by always adtlalnc our patrons rlftat. Bo wlicn we tell yon that we have found the ecxema remedy and that we At Cost Nothmf reaerved. We need the money and mean buaineaa. Thia ia the beat op portunity you will ever have to aave money. Strictly a caah proposition. Gooda charged will be aold at the regular price Monday, Oct 21st,' BEGINNING will Mil our entire atoclc of Dry Good, Notiona, Shoe, Etc., at abaolute coat ThU aeaaon'a neweat gooda. tnd cli molt mttor TICKET WOODROW WILSON. DEMOCRATIC T,r rrtiUtnt tn PENNY'S, The Rexall Store. . Men's Suits. TWSTRBBTSflSTWWSflSTWWWSTWWS"WWJS I law requires that nil fiscal courts shall publish n statement, showing whero every dollar of tho people's monev troes, but some fiscnl courts do not do so. Tho people of Ander.j sou county are now having their yes oieucd. Our hat's oii to State Campaign Chairman Camden. As an organiz er, hustler and general live uirc ho was always on the job. The Kentucky democrats owe him a ole of thanks. ing, but judging from the atand back of It with the manufacturer' Iron clad guarantee, backed by oureelrea you con depend upon It that we Klve our ndvtce not In order to eell n few bottles of medicine to akin mfTerero, but we know how It will help our bualneai If wo help our patroni. We Iiccp In stock and Mil, all Ihn well known akin remedies. Ilut we will say this: If ou are suffering from any Political Anmuncements kind of akin Tb annoitoeeinfnti In thli column r et man or tetter, trouble, ecema. pnrlal. you to try a full candidates for olllce, tubject to the action .1 sue bottle of we want D Prescription. D. V No annoonccmenli lh Democratic primary. And, If It doen nH Co (ha work, this will bo made, onleM paid for In adraaccl for Rtprtttntatizt. V1KU1L .McMULLlN. SHUGARS & TANN ER, Stanford. Kentucky. TT Shirt M. 8. HAUOIlMAN n. W. OIVEN8 J. U. WEATHEKFOHD Beazlcy Crocker High School News. T. J. HILL Cooper.) Xcws has been received by relalor Ceuitv Jvdgo (By T. A. RICK V M tives of (lie mtiiriage in Alhambrn, The S. M. S. football team NOHTU For Jailtr the D. .V ). school of Danville, Sat- Cal., of Mhs Martha Pierce Beariey PEYTON 1'AIUIISII UtOUClK DKUOUUB urday and win defeated by the to Louis Hood Crocker. The bride DINK FAKMKK .core of 31 to 0. The game wns u a fotuuT Kentuekv girt and mado WILLIAM II HEHTER W. A. CARSON Stanford her homo for somo time, phi vd xm the C. U. grounds nt DanFor Anttior the old Stanford ville. Two of our htnr players were having attended V. L. HECK S. M. OWENS out of the gatne, and their Miibsti Female College. Her ninny friends K. II. BUONAUOn P. 0 SA.VDIUOE lutes hadn't practiced scarcely nn hrc will visli llieiii every happiness. J. II. 110ONH with our bi)s. Spalding llilL and V. T. OAltNEIt The boy's appetite i flen the LAFE 1IOIIUA Silas Anderson were the two, who Willinm C. Lone, were unable to play. This H the vmi cc of.nmarement. If jou would fust season that the I), cc D. school have Mich an apiolite take Chnm Tablets. They not only Jesse Alvcrson is showinjr up the plnjers on our lo berlain's ever Anderson County Fiscal Court in n cal team, but their team N lur better create a healthy appetite, but strong way to open tho eyes ) tlio taxpay- this yenr than the ftrrmer team. then tho stomach and enable it to ers who wcro ignorant as to how do its work naturally. For sale by Tho lineup wns us tollows: tbeir monoy was beinc spent. The Wood; Left G. L. Penny. S. II. S Left end For VwTMt UAUVKT UELVI For VomltVo Aty E. T. ITJKYEAR For Circuit Vlirt3. p. HOLDAM U. FIELDS For For Mtftitnlom. O. NEWLAMD rr r. fro tiios. n, Marshall Mtittrttt. ie bottle wilt coat you nothlne;. Ton alone to Judft. Again and araln wa bare seen how ft few dropa of thla simple wash applied to the akin, takes away the Itch, Instantly. And the cures all aeem to be permanent. D. D. 1). Prescription made by the D. D. D. Laboratories of Chicago, Is compoecd of thymol, Rlyrerlne, nit of vlntergreen and other henllnir. aoothlnr, And If yoti are coollnc Insredlrnta Juat craiy with . Itch, you will feel ontheit and cnnlr-d- the Itch absolutely Bashed, nwiy the moment you applied this U DID. We bae aada fast friends of mors than one family by recommending this remedy tn n tkln aulTerer hern and there and we want ou to trv It now y tuaraptco. on our j'&ililvo no-pa- :::::::: Mrn in Jh. Hughes, Martin & Co. I plal Stanford. Ky. -- -- Old in Age !!ni Ways nc Ones you will not be afraid to soil. ONES YOU CAN Suits to work in. Suits in Men's Sizes from CLEAN and press and make like new ones if you should soil them. $1 to $35 pfP.miMfi, $1 An OverallSuit for One Dollar $1 A suit of Headlight Overalls for $2 and you CAN'T BUY a BETTER ONE to save your life tho Balkan war, the Monte Netrro will Servia Turkey with Greece this year beforo tho usual carving day for the gobbler bird. It's three weeks yet to Thanksgivresults of A Kersey Suit, well made and warm, at A Corduroy Suit at $7.50 As all-wo- ol $7.50, $10 and $12.50 CSSSlS) Kersey Suit for $10.00 ii i n i These are the clothes for the working man. They are strong; They are warm; They are priced low. tt n 111111 111111 2 :1 t J Let us fit you in one of doe Suits in blue, brown or grey atylv 10 yDD and you are fit for any occasion. It's the graceful build of the shoulders, the close fitting collar, the skirt that hangs to the body, that makes a coat look like it was made for you. Every ADLER suit we showyou is all wool, and they shape th'eir coats a little better than anybody wo know. Dress-u- p C.4U ouits outadleric 'c Turnersville. Farmers seem to be getting along nicely with their corn gathering and wheat sowing. .Mrs. Eliza Green, of McKinncy, is wsiting Mrs. W. P. Martin for a few days. Mr. J. A. Manning, wife and children visited relatives horp this week. Mrs. Henry McYhortcr is on the sick list. Wo are glad to say Mrs. Wesley Naylor, who has been sick for some time is somo better at this writing. HustonilIe, spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. . P. Martin. Miss Anna Lee Mobley, of is the guest of her sister, Mrs. Robert Hubble this week. Archie Terry, of Yosemitc 13 visiting his sister, Mrs. Jesse Martin. Mr. and Mrs. John Carter visited her mother and attended church at McKinncy Sunday. Miss Ruth Coffey is visiting her aunt Mrs. W. P. JLartin. Mrs. Alfred Skinner, of Buena Vista, is visiting her sister's Mrs. Kate Coffey at McKinncy and Mrs. E. P. Martin, of this place. Mr. Mack Singleton ,nnd wife spent Sunday with her sister, Mrs. K. L. Martin. Mr. Cecil Manning and wife, have Teturned homo after a visit with Her EJ.McRoberts STANFORD, KENTUCKY Mr. Walter Martin and wife spent Sunday with Mr. and Mio. K. F. Campbell at Maywood. vour husband cross? An irri table, fault finding disposition is often due to o disordered stomach A man with good 'digestion is nearly nlwavs good natured. A great many bavo been permanently cured of stomach trouble by takipg Cbami berlain's Tablets. For sale by Penny's Drug Storo. T brother at Stanford. tackle, Farmer; left gunnlj Jloble ; Singleton, center; light gunid Davis; right tackle McCormack; right end, S. Embry; quarter hack, I looker, left half back, C. Coleman, right hnlf back, T. Coleman; full back, J. Hill. Miss Gertrude) Wilkinson has been absent some. The Phnrean Society held its re culiir meeting in tlin niulit.inmn l"-- t Friday nfternoon. After the minutes were read the debate was begun. Tho subject for the nfternoon was: "Kcsolved that Hawthorne Pictures real life in his Works better than Scott. Miss Lucy Smith opened tho debate, and Mi.3 Ella Warren on the negative. Miss Eliznbcth Mntheny was the next nffinnatho followed by Clinton Colemnn, for the negative. Mr. Jiuiift Cooper wns the third nf finnative and Mis Marion Grime- the negative. Miss Effie Baughinnn the last affirmative and Mr. Harry Ueinhart the last negative. The judges wero Mr. Walker, Mri. Carpenter and Mr. Greer. Their decision was in favor of the negative '1 to 1. Piano selections by Mi" McKinney, Singleton nml Mcltobertn wore enjoyed ery much. Miss Lucy Smith 'J4 was absent one day last week. The Literary Society held iN regular meeting in tho high school room last Friday. The meeting was enjoyed by nil. A crowd of young jcoplo stormed Miss Effie Baughmnn nt Mrn. A. B. Florence's homo on Hallowe'en night The evening was enjoyed erv much. Delightful refreshments were servedJ nt ft suitable time, and each one de. parted thinking they had speut n Thos pre-emerry Hnllowen. were: Miss Mary S. Cook and Mr. Carter, Miss Eva Bromley, and Mr. Robert Carter, Miss Lissa Holtz- claw nnd Mr. Thomas Coleman,, Miss Sallie M-- Crnig and Mr. Clinton Colemnn, Miss Mnry E. McKinncy nnd Mr. Joe Hill, Miss Lottie Carson and Mr. Jamos C'oojier. nt ZEMO FOR DANDRUFF You Will Be Surprised to See How Quickly it Disappears. No more dirty conts dandruff heads. Zemo stops dandruff. Ap ply it any time with tip3 of lingers. No smell, no smear, Zemo sinks into the pores, makes tho scalp healthy, makes the hair fiuo nnd glossy. any skin affllctiuii. Itch, uuudruff. et'zcuio, pimples, blotches, try Zemo nt our risk. Zemo is prepared by L. . Rose Mcdicmo Co., St. Louis Mo., nnd is sold in Stanford by Penny's Drug Store. r The FIRST NATIONAL HANIC, of Stanford is the oldest institution in this section of tho stnte, having hecn ormmed March 0, 385-1- . A Imnk to have stood tho nnnicti thnt hnvo occurred in tho past 5S yean must ho nil rif,'!it. This hnnk today is stronccr nnd better thnn it ever wns. White old in ngo it it modern in method. Our pntrons, nnd they nre rnnnv. will testify to th fnrt tlmt ve take care cf thcro in n ninnner both plensiui; nnd Kntisfnctory. Your untronnco is respectfully naked. Kemcmhcr our pledge of courteous treatment nnd huiiotAlilc drnhnirs. Our drrectu-- iniltides some of the most prominent business men nnd farmers in tbie section of tlw county Try as. H. C. BAUGHMAN, Cashier J. S. H0CKER. Pres. W. W. SAUNDERS. Ind. S. T. HARRIS. Vice Pres.. J. R. HARRIS. Bookkeeper. The Wide-Awak- e People ARE LOOKING FOR SOMETHING WE HAVE IT IN LADIES' COAT SUITS. AND A Relief The Trial Gave Instant Great Kidney Remedy Never Dis. appoints Being broken down in health, suffering with Kidney Trouble, despair ing of ever being well again, I wns ndvicctt by a lriend to try Dr. Kilmer's Swamiv-Koo- t which gave me instant nlief, and after using scv-eibottles. I am now 3011ml nnd well, uml can safely recommend Swamp Boot to anyone suffering with hack or kidney troubles. 1 nNo had rheumatism, nnd I have had nunc relief from Dr. Kilmer' r Swamp Hoot than any other rcmedv A Mitficicnt trial will convince any. body of thejnents of Swamp-Roo- t. Yours very truly, P. E. NELSON Murphy, N. C. Subset ibed and sworn to before me this 17th day of July. 11)00. EDMUND B. NOHVELL. MISSES' COATS AND SO COME AND TAKE A LOOK. LUMBERS, Crab Orcliaid, Ky. al ''mWmmmrK MVj bPV" .'.' ?SBWJbbbbW I. BBW7 Ti s.1 ' Notary Publio Cherokee County. N. C. (letter already up) Letter Dr. Kilmer bv; I lT fir j " Foot Wear To Suit Everybody Binqhamton, N. Y. Prove What Swamp Root Will Do For You. Send to Dr. Kilmer & Co., N. Y., for a sample bottle. It will convince anyone. You will also receive a booklet of valuublc information, telling nil about the kidneys and bladder. When writing be sure to mention the Stanford InRegular fifty cent terior Journal. and bizo bottles for sale nt all drug stores. Bing-hamto- n, one-doll- ar i. to Co. Tans, Gun Metals, Patents and Velours. High tops for men, Ladies and the little ones. FALL GOODS NOW COMPLETE , "WE USE9 DANIEL BOONE AXLE 1 GREW Come and see them And don't BH I fm mwmim jyfelwjyjui have to grease but once a week. Sam Robinson We have a full stock of Htating Stoves, Coal Vases Coal Hods, Grates, &c Call and see them. J, C. McClary 'r-p- jjg Made in Louisville by CHAS. C. STOLL OIL CO. 11 assy Winter Tourist Tickets NOW ON SALS TO ALL WINTER RESORTS CLOAKS We have just received a of, Ladies', Misses' and Children s Cloaks. com-PkJS- S UNDERTAKER AND KMBALMEII STANFORD KENTUCKY. Office Pham 117. Phm 35. SPECIAL ROUND-TRI- P FARES TO HM Florida, Cuba, New Orleans, Panama Umi latwra ' Three through daily trains to Florida, via Queen & Crescent Route. Double daily through service to New Orleans, Electrically lighted equipment, including Pullman Drawing-KooSkfpiog Cars, Dining Cars, and Day Coaches. For details call on any Ticket Aent, Queen & Crescent Route, or apply to E. Mate St, Lexiaftos, Ky. H.C. KINO, PmaHfr Ticket Agm m i t W H HitfdirK iaMMUMMMtlltTT-"- " " 1 .l.A.-lftbM- M I Fall and Winter Suitings. Bv FU and Winter BaaipUs art bow readr lor jour IdsmcUob. Tb7 cosprins I can nil BS70M tha Mat on tho Btaxaei. Mr aa to prlea who had fcia dotbaa mad to Ardor. A. (alt nado to oar BMonro la auda oloUos. To hato akoaa la ttea suds to BUMoro doooB'l"- -coot asjr aaoraaaaalaV aad bm ia ku mmmw m. VSBW BB BBB an mm MM Uit Fall St. p-O-vr Privilege. W. E. PERKINS Crab Orchard, Ky Stanford, IKy. SiAS&SlZ na mit ml. UM. O. MWLMT, n rrmttmml Tmltr rf lhiii.'WJefi - M 1 '' THE limttt JOWAL ITANFtRQ. KENTUCKY. ra t '- - 5 . Stanford People have opportunity to hear Grand Opera Musicians AIIE unusually fortunate In being able to offer to the mutlc lovers thin cltr this splendid. New York success. The Neapolitans all and daughters ot sunny Italy, the land of music have been a till mimical auccesa In this country, as well as In their native land. It la complete orchestra under the direction of Slgnor Arturo Lambert!, ono of tho best directors of Italy. A special feature will be the serenade mil-t- u lciuiiar (u iho people of Naples tho entire company singing nnd play-loTho principal vocal features, however, will bo rendered by Slgnor Unrlo, tenor, and Mile. Trcvotto, soprano, formerly ot tho Manhattan Mr. C. It. Coleman came Jhome from Cary to vote. Col. M. F. Elkin came over from Lexington to vote at home Monday Miss Jessie Powell, of Huston-villwas here M.onday. Misses Lena and Mary Dee Beck, of McKinney, were here Mondny for a few houre. Mr. and Mrs. Ed Ballard are congratulations over the nr rival of n son. Mr. nnd Mrs. John Owsley Iteid nnd Hugh Iteid nro spending scvcrnl days in Cincinnati this week. Mrs. L. B, Milton was in Lnnons-te- r Tuesday with friends and e, relu-tive- For a Long Life. This Is the prescription for a long life Klren by an old gentleman In who Is ninety-nin- e years old ville Mrs. V.. T. Benzley Tuesday with W: Mrs, S. J. Bell nnd son, Snm, nro unablo to supply tho demand; It guests of friends nnd relatives in Uio finest tonic and strength-creato- r Duiinville. P. L. Thonins went hack lmiio to morning to help DiinrAillu out tlio Cntey Bull Mooscrs. Mrs. J. C Reynolds n tho guest of Tiii-sdu- friend. and still well and cheerful, "Live temperately, be slow to anger, don't worry, take plenty ot exercise In the fresh air, and, above all, keep cheerful." Should tho system get run down digestive organs weak the blood thin and sluggish, take Vlnol, which Is a delicious combination of tho medicine . Ing properties of coda" livers, with the useless grease eliminated and tonic Iron added. Wo regard Vlnol as ono of tho greatest s and strength-creator- s In the world for aged people wns in DanMrs. Mary Ivey, of Columbus, da., rcluthes nnd says: "If pcoplo only know the good body-build body-builder- Comforts m w My, it's cold to get up ri DianKeis ii the night and look for 4a Vlnol does old peoplo, you would bo Is I over used." We wish every feeblo old person In this vicinity would try Vlnol on our ngrccmont to return their money If It falls to glvo satisfaction. extra Comfort or Blanket. Then if yon can't find one ??? Better prepare for these cold nights by coming to this store and supply your needs. We have everything in Blankets from a Cotton Blanket at To a California Wool Blanket at See thenew Wool-Na- p u ssWPiLsBBBBrPrSLsBBm "" aVaaVaVTLBBkjH opera house. New York city, and late of the grand opera companlea of Italy. These two slngera will appear In solos and duets Another splendid aololst Is Rlgnnr TnfTo. violin virtuoso, who was a great success In Europe with tho Adriatic Concert company of Italy. Opera House, Nov. 11th Phone Shugars & Tanner for your seats, NOW. Personal and Social. her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Smith nt Maysville. Dr. W. N. Craig came over from Bcrcn Tuesday to piil one in for Woodrow Wilson. Mrs. llcttic Mnrdin atfd Mrs. W. S Dciiham nro spending several days in LoiusMlle,ithis week. Miss Allen Bourne, of Lancaster, is the guet of hor sister, Mr. W. K. Warner. Mr. nnd Mrs, Will Brndy nnd Cntherine went to Louisville Sunday the guests of Miss Daisy Veatch. Messrs. George and Joseph Hopper, of Danville, spent Saturday nnd Sunday with, thejr pn.rrnt, M and Mrs. George Hopper. Mr. nnd Mrs. Bailey, of Crab Orchard, have returned home nftcr a visit to her brothers, Messrs Will and Gnbe Lackey nt Leitchfield, III. Mr. nnd Mrs. Ike Phillips have ro turned homo after spending n few days in Louisvillo with relatives nnd friends. Editor E. C. Walton, of the Richmond Climax, who says he never intends to vote anywhere hut in Stanford, enmo back to vole Tuesday. He is making a splendid paper out of tho Climax. Penny's Drug Store, Stanford, Ky. $8.50 59c was closed sever The nl hours Saturday, out of repest to Vice President Sherman, whose fun crnl was held at that time. The Soineivot ed the tV Blanket, looks like wool, very warm,at $1.75, $2 &$2.50 at Good Comforts 98c to $1.50 $2.50 $3.00 l'. High School defeat Preps 7:1 to 0 at foot-bal- l. s;i7 er on:o citt or toiux. , f Lvcaj cot kit, r J Cntier nukM mill Mit be l inilnf Mttnrr ot It nrra ol K. 1. ciimtr it Co . doine County ami " Extra Large Comforts, Persian Designs, with border, at Extra Large, Satteen Covered, Persian Designs, at M.ie fcuriows la the of ToUdo. the mm cl nM firm will twrkl. nd ONE IIUN'ORM) 1XIIAAHS tnt ich anil nrrr ol Catarrh thtt cnnut be nml hj tUe tje ol r atr tht pr AU. CATARRH X.r. Hvnm In hMr ml- - And lubsrrtbfil In mr prtMRCV. UHj tin dijr ol Utcemtirr. A. !.. IMS. . A. W. OMiASUN. dlrrrtljr ITAtrin. ii.ii. upon rrrtt Sold "! Severance & Son. ii f XOTIRT PVBUC. t. Bna lor the blond Ilirannui, " lliw trn IntjmAnr ftnd arts and murout aurlacn ol tile irrr. fait 1UU t amur br all Drurersta! lie. l if ronatlpatloa. W. II. 89-- 1. Try tiie Radiolcte Thoe indebted to me may call Iliggms, something llurncr at new Miss Daisy and fettle with my sister, Vindeveer, us I hnvo left my books with her. Mrs. J. C. Lynn. 89 2 FIRE INSURANCE mmd You want the best nollcv you insure. See Fish & Bromley, versity of Tennessee defeated the Stanford, Ky. Insure eveiytninp.. Danville boys last week GG to 0. The C. U. football eleven seems to be in the class of the local high when school eleven this seasan. The Uni- SURETY BONDS TANPORB, KY. E. D. Pennington, CsHnty 52-6- m S. M. NEWLAUD Snpvyr General Farm Surveying Phone 172, StlffM, fy. Mrs. L, H. Cook Tii.-.l(- iy for Mr. nnd Mrs. C. II. Moscr were in Squiro Mhrshnll C. New land, of Mr. nnd" Mrs. RoWrt McAninch. LouicViHo lnut week. of Middlcburg, were in town Sntur-du- Crab Orchard district, on the ove of Y. Kads nnd children, of Mrs. A. election wns presented with n, beauti Owcnsboro, nrr the jtucrI-- j uf her Mr. T. W. Mumble was in Perry-Mil- ful little daughter by his wife. He father Mr. 3. V. Aeev .and wife. Saturday and Sunday the guest is feeling so good over tho fact that Mr. Hogo Drown nnd son. Ceeil, uf Mr. Iltiuston Parks. of Lanenster, were hero Fridny for Miss Mamie Singleton, of King's his friends say it really didn't make n short time. Mountain is tho guest of Mrs. C. C. much difference whether or not he bent Buss Billion for magistrate Mrs. Itichnnl Hdcker went to Goocb. Richmond Saturday to pec her mothCol. It. It. Gentry enme over from Tuesdav. Mrs. X. A. Tyree, fonnerly of er, Mrs. M. A. Phelps, who hns been Frankfort to htninn under the roost Stanford, but who has been living ill for several weeks. er. vnriou-- . Mr. Mnrv Jennings nnd dnuchtcr Mi-- s Lucindn Lutes, of Highland, with her several children in Ill, have been tho recent is spending n few dojs with her States, has been the gneit of her of Areola. guests of Miss Lena Palmer nnd friend, Mrs. A. .7. Tnbble, on the bister, Mrs. Hnrry Frye, at Hubble. mother, Mrs. Annio Pmilt. She left Sunday to Mrs. L. P. Nunnclley has been ill Irvino pike. Dr. nnd Mrs. Ilnrdctto Rntnscv, country for sev-cr- spend the winter with her daughter, of 1'nint Lick, who have been visit- nt her homo in tho Mrs. Tyree, in Raleigh, X. C days. ing Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Frank, nt Danville, ppent scvcrnl davs hero Inst Mrs. Will Duncan, of McKinney, Richmond Cmuax. week with their dnuchtcr. Mrs. Jno. hns been the recent guest of her sis SHORT LOCAL NEWS Ilriultt on their wnv home. tcr, Mrs. Ciecr.) Reynolds. Mr. nnd Mrs. T. M. Hutt. of Crab G. Carpenter has returned Dr. J. Come in nnd hear Judge John W. Orchard, wcro in Saturday for a home after attending tho Medical Hughos speak Saturday. hhort tunc . Association in Louisville Mr. nnd Mrs. Sam Humber, of Money to Loan. From $1,000 to Sara Sotn, Fin., hnvo been visiting $25,000, nt f per cent, with irood Mrs. J. 0. Carpenter. renl estate security. E. D. PenningMrs. W. J. Romans, of Lancaster ton, Stanford, Ky. and Mrs. John Morgan, of Pnrn-goulPenalty on School Tax will bo adArk., are tho guests of Mrs. ded on Xov. 1. in Crab Orchard disV. A. Carson. O. trict. Get you receipt from Misses Nannio Woods nnd Sue M. Lackey at Crab Orchard Miss Bank. plnee, have Against So Many Surgical Op- Taylor Engleman, of this Levisa Harbeen the guests of Miss For rent for year 1913, brick erations. HowMrs.Bethune ris, nenr Hubble. store room in Stanford, corner of Prof. Wultur 0. IIopier, of Mt. Main and Lancaster streets, oppoand Mrs. Moore Escaped. and site courthouse. J. S. Hockor. SOtf Sterling, wns here Snturdnv. Sunday with his parents, Mr. and Sikeston, Mo. "For seven years Isuf- - Mrs. (Jcorgo D. Hopper. Miss Minnie II: Herrin, of Lancasferod everything. I was in bed for four SAVED x...!.1,1! or five dava at a time ter, was tho guest of her brother. WHAT '.''.'.',.,. . every month, ana so M. Duncan nnd fnmily Saturday und ' weak I could hardly Sunday. LIFE walk. I cramped and Mrs. G. It. Graham, of Lebanon, had backacho and has returned homo after a visit to headache, and was her brother, Mr. Harry Fryo and Mrs. Martin Tells About a PainfuJ so nervous and weak family. Experience that Might Have that I dreaded to sco Mrs. Ailclia Woods nnd dnuchtcr, Ended Seriously. afanyanyone or have Miss Minnis hnvo returned homo one move In the room. ter a visit to her sister Mrs. II. L. niveavllle, W. Va. Mrs. Dora Martin, Tho doctors Rave mo Wallace nt Paint Liek. In a letter from nivesvllle, writes: medicine to ease ma MWlHTf "" l'f'.'IlL?LsM Jo0 T. Kmbry and J. L. B. Coffey, "For three years, I suffered with wothose times, and said that I ought to of, Frankfort, and Itobert H. Coffey, manly troubles, and had pains In my at have an operation. I would not listen to of Luwreneeburg (nro.liero to stnmp back and side. I was nervous and that, and when a friend of my husband Lydia E. Pinkham'a Veg- under the rooster nnd help swell tho could not sleep at night. told him about Tho doctor could not help me. He etable Compound and what it had done majority for Wilson nnd Helm. Mr. and Mrs. Thos. Head, of said I would have to be operated on befor his wife, I waa willing to take it. Now I look tho picture of health and feel Pin to, Palnski, county, havd. been, fore I could get better. I thought I like it, too. I can do my own housework, isiting their daughter, Mrs. J. H. would try using Cardul. hoe my garden, nnd milk a cow. I can Bustle and grandsons, W. It. and G. Now, I am entirely well. entertain company and enjoy them. I N. Smith. I am suro Cardul saved my life. I can visit when I choose, and walk as far Judgo M. D. Hughes, of Lancaster will nover bo without Cardul In my ordinary woman, any day In tho aa any while Saturday. home. I recommend It to my friends." month. I wish I could talk to every was over a fihort brought For fifty years, Cardul has been reand girl. "Mrs. Deiia Miss Lcttio May McRobcrts suffering woman him over in her nuto, which slio lieving pain and distress caused by woMo. BETUUNK, Sikeston, enso of an expert manly trouble. It will surely help you. Murrayville, III. "I have taken Ly- handles with the It goes to the spot reaches the E. Pinkham'a Vegetable Compound chnuffei" dia Itov. Thomas B. Grafton, who has trouble relieves the symptoms', and very bad case of female trouble for a Japan for sevand it made me a well woman. My been a missionary to Saturday nnd drives away the cause. down, the doctors en yeurs, was hero It you suffer from any symptoms of health was all broken the guest of his former womanly trouble, take Cardul. said I must have an operation, and I waa Sunday Your druggist sells and recommends ready to go to the hospital, but dreaded it classmate. Dr. T. Y. Penninon. MissisIt Get a bottle from him today. so that I began taking your Compound. Ilev. Urafton is a native of sippi, and is enjoying his vacation N.B.-W- rite to; LalUa' Mvtaory Detf., CharU- I get along so well that J gave up the Co.. n.. Tl doctors and waa saved from the opera- of three years, which the rules of mm M4klne aaa Chatunoof. TfHoaMlor InJruetiMU. book. tion." Mrs. Chaxlm MOOU, R. R. his church grant after a continual tm Wo ." la stole wrswer.esweesn. service of seven, years. No. 8, MwTayvilk, HI. v. e nl 1 nm prepared to do elenning, reKnights Templar desiring quarof Hustonville, were here pairing and pressing, promptly nnd ters in the Rudd House, Owensboro, for a short time Mondny. They Wilkinson's bar-b- for the conclave Moy 21, 1913, will went to Louisville were going to Danville with Mr. Lo- nicely. Office at Ed shop. Give tvc a trial. Perry Mc- immediately send their names to J. day gan Hubble in his new Overland car. lp T Misses Koe and Marguerite GETTING AHEAD 'When the officers of this bank see a depositor making steady gains in his balances, oar coiilldeiiee in him grows. When a depositor who hns won our confidence requires money with which to develop his business, our large resources enable us to give him all tho credit his financial condition warrants. The merchant, the manufacturer, tho builder, the farmer who does business at this bank, receives its financial support when he needs it. We invito all who want the of a strong, resourceful bank to become depos itors of the Lean, Stanford. 84-- R. Yeager, Danville, Ky. Mid-week Don't waste your money buying Chamber-Iain'- s plasters. strengthening Liniment is cheaper and better. Dampen n piece of flannel with it and bind it over the affected parts and it will rcliove tho pain nnd soreness. For sale by Penny's Drug Store. As K.xeeutor of Mary Pepplcs, I will on .Monday e service at tho Presbyterian church Wednesdny evening at Subject "Our Country 7 o'clock. God's Country". Membcrb and attendants of the church are urged to come. 1 Lincoln Gounty National Bank Surplus $100,100.00 Capital $100,000 Corner Next to Courthouse. Xov. 11, 1912 at about 1:30 P. M. in front of tho tell at public outcry court hour-2 workhorses; 4 2 brood mares, cows nnd some farming implements. 80-J. 11. Paxton, 2. August Ridder, an expert shoe maker of Ottenheim, will open a shop for general repairing etc., nt Eichehberger's old stand in Stanford on Mondny. Pries reasonable nnd work guaranteed. 88-2- p. Stanford. Ky. Resources $500,000 Millinery The right goods at the right time and at the light place. Miss Ella 89-- 1 The ladies Aid Society will meet May Saunders. Saturday afternoon at 2 o'clock For guns, hunting with Mrs. John Foster. All members earnestly requested to be present 1 . coats, shell shells and all kinds of hun89-ters' supplies, go to Karris' et, "Which of the Three 1. WOMEN SHOULD 78-S- p. d, BE PROTECTED to Frankfort, but Ionc Tom Chcnnult, the Madison my sister, Miss Daisy Vnndeveer county nuctioneer, wns married to will continuo business in tho same Miss Lettie Ware, of Fayefte, in plnco and your patronage is sftll Louisville Inst week. solicited. Mrs. J. C. Lynn. 8S-"It is a pleasure to tell you that picture shows last Chamberlain's Cough Remedy is the Tho moving Fridny and Saturday nights wcro best cough medicino I have over us. attonded nnd thoroughly enjoyed by ed," writes Mrs. Hugh Campbell, of nil who were there. Tho music add- I.avonia, On. "I have used it with ed much to tho show. Those who all my children and tho results have nre missing theso shows do not been highly satisfactory." For sale know what they are missing. There by G. L. Penny. will be picture shows nest Friday and Saturday nights. Winfred R. Scott, 52, died nt his have moved 2. 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 that ore up to now. . JER HI "There could bo no better medicino thnn Chamberlain's Cough Remedy. My children woro all sick with whooping cough. Ono of them was in bed, lind a high fever and was coughing up blood. Our doctor gave them Chamberlain's Cough Remedy and the first doso enscd them, and three bottlos cured them," says Mrs. R. A. Donaldson, of Lexington, Miss. For Salo by Penny's Drug Store. " homo in Dnnville, Saturday atfer-- n long illness. Ho was a member of the handsome firm of Durham and Scott. Ho was n native of Garrard county. Deceased is survived by his wife, who is a niece ofMrs. W. C. Grinstend, of this cityT and five children. e Tho initial German of tho season wns given last evening nt tho Gil. eher Houso by tho Dnnvillo Cotillion Club, with Mr. Vernon Richardson nnd Mrs. Charles P. Cecil, Jr., leading. Tho other couples in tho first Mr. Chnrlcs P. Cecil, four wcro: Jr., nnd Mrs. J. R. Cowan, Mr. G. A. n. nnd Miss Knthorine McRoberts n.iu-mnDr. .7. R. Cowan nnd Miss Louise VnnWinklel Many intricate and nrcttv fiirures were introduced during the evening. Tho ladies were nil beautifully gowned and weTe looking nt thoir best; the hall was musio unusuallv attractive: the which made by tho Thomas Saxo phone Tno, of Lexington, was splendid; in fact everyone was delighted with the efforts of those accommodating young men. Damr1' Advocate. THERE IS REAL PAINT and also some stuff mixed with cheapening materials that is not worthy of the name. Ii yos have bad experience with the latter kind you don't want another. If yon haven't take our advice and don't Buy on rsal paints experiment. and save yeuvslf 'dttappduatmeat aad money aa weB. MMftrtKy. A. ALLEN. Cummins fe Yearen Stanford, Kentucky Home of ',- I Clothes. I Mjfc.. T 7' ? THE ' IMTUtm JWiMIAL ITAMFtM. KtiTWCKY. SAY OUR SOYS ABE CAMrAHMI CHAIRMAN THANKS HIS THAU MR NEW COMMtflWEALTH'S ATTtWIfY. Wf LOCM r vMMHMtS THI 9MWTMT BBBBBBBBBBBNHBPaaBBBBBBBBBBBBaBBaB'aBaaBBBBBr I J S New Suits-Ne- w Coats Ts aaaaaBaVtv 6s ami Esrn a Rftt. iHIBiBBS3BBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBiMLaaRH tSBBBH (!! Our Fall Showing Now at Its Very Best. The almost dally arrivals of Women's and Misses' I&Monabte Coats and Suits make up a collection that is of peculiar interest to those who desire the exclusive and the beautiful. Trimmed and plain tailored models in all the fashionable fabrics and favorite colors In the largest and most varied assortment we have ever assembled. IPKbW, Wl'ih f . J HbB HUBam. JBH "'i!H BLK'"1imBH MtBBBWSz. The Somerset football team, which has been defeated six straight times by the Stanford school eleven, jumps into print in tho Journal there with BJUl 1 5 2 Z "FsbTtsbB BBBBBF vwHbbLbIH &3BW1 :BBBBBBB Some Splendid Values for This Week's Selling. r two-tone-d Fancy or Plain Tailored Suits i Made in the new cutaway or and plain Diagonals, Hon. W. L McCarty. Of Whipcords. Corduroy Cords, Mannish Serges and Cheviots Black, Navy. Brown and Cray. straight coat effect. , All warm-plO.U- U interlined. Extraordinary $22.50, $19.75 values $25.00 and $29.50 A Splendid Showing of Novelty Coats Of Astrakhan, Chiachilla and Plaid Backs, suitable for street and motor wean also several spleadid styles in severely plain tailored models of mannish serges and wide wale worsted, in full length coats at $10.00, $12.00, $15.00, $18.00, $22.50 and $25.00. Special Values in Misses' and Children's Coats. Our Fall showing of stylish Coats for Misses' and Children is now at its best. Good warm Coats in all the new materials at $5, $5.90, $6.50, $7.50 and $10 cc Merode "jb& Underwear Our Fall and Winter stock of Underwear for Women, Misses and Children is now complete in every detail. Every weight, kind and size represented at just the price you want to pay. Women's Union $1.25 and $2. Suits at 50c. $1, , zr if vRfc Ok J IHl"li' 'HBttssssfirzBfj Garments and Women's Separate Tiqhts at 50c and $1. Children's Union Suits. 50c. 65c $1 Children's Vests and Pants at 25c and 50 cents. We also direct vour attention to our of Wsm-men- 's comolete assortments Tiqhts and Children's Black Bloomers at 50 cents. IE) Welsh & Wiseman Co. Danville, Kentucky PUBLIC SALE outery at I will offer nt of n my place on Frog Branch, mile northwest of Peyton's Well on Thursday. Nov. 8. 1912 .The following described property: All kinds of farming implements. such as plows, disc harrows, AA 1 two horse wagon, in harrows, good order, wagon and plow harness set of black smith tools, 5,000 lbs of tobacco in tho barn, tobacco sticks, and a lot of fodder. Also mares, good workers, two in foal to S. T. Harris' jack, 1 3. well broke mare, 1 two year-ol- d year old filly, cow and calf, 25 bushels of hand stripped 1)1 no grass seed, nice nnd clean of timothy hay and clover hay, mixed ono man hand bono grinder, nnd manv other things Terms too numerous to mention. easy and announced on day of sale. Ira T. Moser. R. F. No. 2. Moreland. Kv puhlio 1-- 4 PUBLIC SALE I will offer my farm for sale consisting of 50 acres on the Qreen river 2 2 miles east of McKinney on tho Jumbo pike on Thursday. Nov. 14. 1912 This farm is level and under good fences. Good for corn and grass. 10 acres of fine timber land, 5, acres of meadow, 10 acres of pasture, the remainder for corn. A new house, barn 32x40 smoko house- of two rooms, buggy houso nnd wood shed, tenant house of four rooms. Will also sell household nnd kitchen furniture, which is new, nil of my stock, a saw and grist mill nnd lumber, crops and n vacant lot nt McKinney, and other things too numerous to mention. This farm is on the best road in Lincoln county, rural mail, telephone close to school and, church. John Newell, Hustonville R. F. D. No. 1 Box 108. 1-34-7- p. PUBLIC SALE of my work n the On account Gospel taking so much of my time I will sell nt public outcry, on November 16. 1912 My farm of CO acres of Blue Grass located within the limits of Huston-ill- e nnd Middlcburg pike, with a good G room dwelling, stock and tobacco barn combined, good orchard and everlasting water. Will also sell 1 brood mare, 1 farm horse, 2 milk cows nnd calves, 2 brood sows. 14 fchoats, corn, hemp, tobacco end hay. T. A. Wilkinson. Kentucky. Hustonville, Campaign Chairman W. L. 3Ii 'Sk9 Cnrty, who hns so efficiently and 9tVBlBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBW.jfllH aggressively managed tlio fight for Woodrow ilsim in Lincoln county nnd to those efforts to n largo ex.BBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBF tent, the splendid showing mmlo in this comity, is due, hns Issued the jTrTaW IW, JTl M.SM$DrjmZ- inBBBBBBBBBBBBBB1! Hl M following enrd of thanks to those who were associated with him in the campaign and helped in tlio great battle for democracy's triumph: Stanford, Ky., Nov. 4. Hsn. Emmet V. Puryear. Lincoln Man Had Booze To the Democrats of Lincoln Co.: Charles Reed, of Milledcoville. Of Danville, who was elected Commonwealth's Attorney of this, the 13th At the beginning of the campaign in this county on behalf of Wilson Lincoln ctfunty, was fined .$.0 in Circuit Court dintrict, without opposition. Mr. Puryear will take his and Mar&hall, I was designated to countv court this moniitiK on the- office as soon as his commission is issued by the Secretary of state as charge of having hnd in his possesnet ns county chairman. I took up moii thirty gnllons of liquor in Bo.vlo he is elected to fill tho vacancy caused by the elevation of Judgo C. A. the duties of that position feeling county. Ho plead pirny to tho Hardin to tho bench, and which vnenncy has been filled most creditablint it was n high privilege, to be so rlinrgo. He was captured by Officer identified with the campaign for H. D. Bruce nicht before Of. ly for the past year by Hon. Oeorgc D. FltiTetice, of this city, probably the election vi our nominees for the fleers of Lincoln were notified nnd the only Itepuhlican Commonwealth's Attorney the district has ever had. Presidency and Vice Presidency. I it is supposed that efforts will be Mr. I'ttyear is a splendid young lawyer and his friends ore expecting was confident also, that that same nun'- - to fino Reed in Lincoln coun him to mako n great record in his office. feeling would prevail among all ty. Danville Advocate. democrats and every man would es teem it n favor to bo allowed to aid in this fight. In that confidence I was not mis taken. Xover hns a campaign chair man been more loyally assisted than LwBBBBBEaawK aawBur!Bmk I have been. Everywhere in the county there has been manifested eagerness to take part in tlio work 4vAaWaSaSaVa1aaaaaaaaaaaaaaavawBrjaVawBBa B I feel deeply of the campaign. KM pj--j m SBB iSja aSBBBiBr avBawHBr'TBj 1 grateful for this help, and I desire in this way to thank tlio Democrats of Lincoln County for the splendid manner in which they have coop erated with me, nnd with one nnoth T. in tlu election. "Twenty-Five- " Especially do I feel under obli gations to tho various precinct conn mittcemen nnd their chairmen. They have shown that r.eol in their party's causo that is indeed worthy of emu In t ton. Especially do I feel grate fnl to tho untiring zenl and devotion to the cause of thoso two splendid democrats, K S. Alcorn and W. S. Ourch who have in season and out, peglcctcd their own business, ridden and driven all over the county, and ery materially in the or. assisted We ask your investigation of the H on two plain statements: First, that They ionization of tho county. no car at any price is more staunchly or sturdily built; second, that if you do not nnd each of them have been on the you will not get as great a value anywhere else. buy an job all tho time. And their advice end assistance hns been of very material benefit during the entire compaign as members of the advis LEFTSIDE DRIVE-CENT- ER CONTROL A CAR THAT IS CHEAP ory committee. The Interior Journal and its splenONLY IN PRICE Any other than a left-sid- e drive is an absurdity did editor, have been of very mater-ia- l under North American road rules. It is a wonder benefit during the entire cam. marks the biggest The that American motorists tolerated a right-sid- e drive rtniu'n, and rendered valuable nid. of the motorcar values in for so many years; a greater wonder that manufactWo Mill win by a splendid major. years. But the price is made possible urers retained it. 'ty. Cordially, by two things quantity production, is left-sidthe control is The drive of the and a systemitization of cost and factoV. L. McCARTY, Campaign Ch'ra'n. center lever out of the way, yet convenient to the problems such as we do not think ry operator's right hand. the industry has ever before experiA JEWELED MEDAL Greater accessibility; greater interchangcability enced. Our motto is: "Spend every due to the extensive use of drop forgings, ideal necessary for quality, but don't dollar Presented to Laurant By Society of spring arrangement: perfect braking system there waste a cent." And its wonderful American Magicians. this effusion: They're Afraid. "At last boastful Stanford Hich School hns rcfuod to battlo with our noble warriors of tho gridiron After dofenting Somerset six times in succession and hearing that wo hao n somewhat better team than ever before, thev seem to bo afraid of suffering defeat nt tho hands of Somersets husky nlavors. Thv refilled on the grounds that thev linvo not the team they possessed before and that they could not play firnt-cla- s high schools this ear, owing to tho loss of several of their players. By press reports we note that they defeated Laneas ter High School this week bv n scote of 47 to 0. Do Jhcv cnll that "not having n teamt' Surelv not. There is and can ho but ono wnv of looking nt this refusal nnd that is they nro "skecred of us." Well, Stanford how about itt. Will you I'lny us or shall you bo branded ns "yellow t" A Stanford football enthusiast suggests that the Somerset boys and earn a renutntion beforo comimr out with such stuff. Looks like six straights ought to have taught them n lesson. 1 HbEvbbbbbbbbV MA i aMaStflfl HKbbbbbbbbbbbV BH "', vSBHBBaBaBaBaBa. BH BraaBaaBBBBBS 9aSBaSBBBBBv.7i "3'BMBBBBBBBlBBBB'JBH aniB JMBjLH BBBBBBBBrK iBBBBBBBBBbI HLBbBBBBBBBBBBBBBB wBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBSBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBWi sBv FH ,bV Bl'bbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbT rH PTBBBBBBlCtfS P. j'Ti'BBBBBBBPrV wfl&yQHHpFCHdB SbUbbbbbbbbbFbS lt. Rl R-C-H R-C-- H If TlicCarCoiiiplcte $900 You Can Pay MoreBut What R-C-- More Will You Get? H J.L.Beazley&Oo H UNDERTAKERS AND LV 1 Xi EM- - P ALSO l BALMERS. BR IN FURNITURE, MAT. THKY W,U" TINAS, RUM DEAL-- XCHAN4I . FURNITURE FOR ALL KMMOF JOCK. HVS THEM A CALL, t Posted Hunttna Forbidden. We, whose names ore signed below, positively forbU anv hunting or fishing upon our premises: W. F. Scmonis, Win. J. Beck, Fred VonQruenigan, 0. Baumann, Chas. T. Willson, Ed Gooch, Lutes & Myers C. M. Allen, Ed Ballard, J. II. Carter, John M. Carter, Sam Castello, Mrs. Mollie White. Notable event in New York Citv. Onlv two other Magicians in Ameri. ca thus honored. Tho following telegram to the Ly. ews was received in New cfum York: "At the annual meeting and pub. lio exhibition of tho Society of American Magicians held nt Carnr. gie Lyceum last night, this citv. Lnurnnt was the guest of honor. nnd at the closo of his part of the performance he was decorated with a beautiful jeweled medal, an un. usual distinction. Tho only other mngicians on whom this honor has been conferred are Keller and Her. rmann. Tho meeting was attended CONCRETING by about threo hundred of tho mn. W are In poiltlon to do all kind, of Block Work, I'avementa, and giciani ol America men nnd Europe.' in fact, we (an make anything- - from a noun down to a frnca pott. Call and get our pricet Laurant will bo seen in Stanford on oeicir you buy jour material at Matt. Nov. 30th. PHILLIPS BROS., Stanford, Ky. $25.00 In Gold Given Away It. M. Nawland, tho Life and Firo Insurance agent here, will give a tobacco show on tho 2nd Monday in December, court dav. Prizes as Follows: $15 in gold for the best six hands of lugs to weigh not less than four Mad A Man Of Him. pounds. " vu mnerlng from pain la lay $7.G0 for tho second best. $2.50 for tho third host. T.Alaton, Raleigh. mj No trash leaf or red sonsidorcd. kidneys did network rig hi. Urn and A. Ww King, Danville, Ky., Judge. raatuur uvium ox juacirw KllUIfl Talk with me about your fire and su4 bm teal Ilka a wntm- .life insurance. It. M. NEWLAND. FMH NCTt. AT UX MV tVMM. what a difference the close application of that principle makes in the price of the car. are dozens of features that must be seen to be appreciated. Let us show them to you. H Equipment Noa-Ski- d Specifications WHEELBASE-1- 10 cast en bloc; 3 inch g stroke. crank shall. Timing gears and valves enclosed. 3 point suspension. STEERING Led Side. Irreversible worm gear, steering wheeL Thiottle control on steering column. CONTROL Center Lever opcraled through H.plate integral with universal joint homing just below. Hand lever emergenFoot accelerator in connection cy brake at dnver's right. with hand throttle. SPRINGS Front, semi elliptic; rear, lull elliptic and mounted on swivel seats. FRAME-Pres- sed steel channel. drop forged, rear, AXLES Front. g type. TRANSMISSION Three speeds forward and reverse; sliding gear, selective type. CONSTUCTION Drop-forginwheroes practicable, chrome nickel steel used throughout all shafts and gears in the transmission and rear axle; high carbon manganese steel in all parts requiring special stiffness. BODY Full Engluh type; extra Hide seats. Long-strok- tun 32x3 Inch. "Hall" Bullet electric headlight!, double paiabolic lent. "Hall" Bullet electric aide light! with parabolic lens. 'Exide" 100 ampere-hou- r MOTOR bore, inches. 4 cylinders electric battery. Botch Magneto. Warner Automder. Demountable Rimi. Extra rims and holders. Tally. ho horn. Jiffy curtains up or'down inilantaneoutly. Top'and top cover. Windshield. Rear view mirror. Tool-ki- t, jack.Jure repair kit. pump. Robe rail. Electric Bitters Nw Call, Writ r PhoHs fp Dcmanstratisii . N.0,t4 H. C. 'Agent ia Carpenter STANFORD, KY. At Lincoln County National Dank, in for Welborn Motor Co., Cincinnati, O., distributors for Corporation, Detroit, Mich. 80-t- f. i.. - 's&zrtEaesz rysez : Mmm . -.- Inawii nsstii Mai .n.i..niyu)iT) Vf W1"11" W1 TAHF1M. KEMfUfilfV 7$1 - ljSS HaMaHLL.HeieH-HHeI!fleD!l!illlfnlllHIIIIIItllMlinTllllTIIHIIMlTTT' SSfl 31 IJgpgJ jili Itftfe Stories or Women About GothesNo. 3 To the Woman Who Cannot Afford to Make a Mistake about the way to tell a toadstool from a mushroom. "Eat it if 'you die it wasn't a mushroom." You may smile at that but do not" thousands of women apply the same, PreachertvHIa. Mr. and. Mrs. W. P. White drove down to Somerset last week to visit Mr. and Mrs. John Mention. White there Mr. Whito's nice driving maro got out one nljht causing that gen. tlemiin much trouhlo and worry. Af. tor u dilfeent scurch in that section he hired n horso nnd rodo back home thinking perhaps she hud come hack to her own stable. Not findimr her hero ho renewed the search nnd was delighted to find his equine lricnd lind strayed away near Mt. Veinoii. for the Urmat Potato Several large Irish potatoes have been brought to tho I. J. office re. ccntly. nnd so much friendly compe. tition tins been aroused ns to who has tho largest that the I. J. will give n dollar bill to the one who brings in the largest potato by court day, which is NovermW 11th. 0 that dny the potatoes will be takes to the store of T. D. Newland next door nnd weighed ,and the one prov ing the heaviest will get tho dollar bill. Potatoes entered for this pries will become the property of the I. J. Itutb. the brislit little five year old daughter of Mr. mid Mrs. George II. C'olson died Intt Suturuy night of diptihoriu at their homo one mile cast. The remains were laid to rest iu tho I'reaplicrsville burying ground Sunday afternoon. The bereuved parents have our sympathy iu their 99 W PERFECT! MOT OUAUTY. clinchino Moor or tmc top Saiut-- I Rar,thiFarwr,ooHliKt!Bg P.ON.U.CC. wM.ua via- m U.S.EiiffliMtIStatlM tiMu-t- t, MitftTineTtar. There's a classic old joke principle to buying clothes? all-wo- ol What method have you for telling whether 'or not the tuit or coat you buy is made from clothi or is properly tailored ? Have you any other test than to wear it and if it does not keep its shape, learn too late that it was iiiof properly made ? dark hour of sorrow. Mrs. E. B. Thornton, of Brooks-vill- e. Flu., is visiting her parents, Mr. mid Mrs. W. H Cummins. James Miller uud handsome, little duughtcr, Bettie, of Lawson's Chap, pel, hit uncle, J. 11. Iiigsby. Grndcn Proctor, of Ottawu, Kv., i.s visiting his brother iu law, J. W. Brown uud family. Muster Gilbert Hichardsoii is otic of the latest mumps patients. Between swelled jaws and sore heels the little fellow is having a tough time. Virgil Hoberts also has a face like Tutt, real hundioine, buti in size is too largo for the rest. ed a'THiKcnTuciiTWaonM-a.Cf).TH- Every i.t trawl tistib. "OLD mcKORf Waion a Practically Pirfiet WHn U THS fOUOWlNO UTTER OP SAMUCL RAY. THK PARRKR - HKr.TU.t. e TIIE "WAYSIDE" 'PCA'CE ttM0rAa.TATHJll AD DSMUtafimASOM ASM. CcVUf A I U or aopucvltwb, nmmn and plat SataaDOa W m, W 11 M.MPA t ... "" ' i''i.i XBT08XT MOOS XODXSTIUB.Cr. 0f.Mti There are very few women who can afford' IcPmake a mistake in their expenditure for clothes. The difference between a thoroughly, carefully tailored suit, and one that is carelessly tailored is this: A properly tailored suit, made from ralUwool cloths, will give at least twr, ; i seasons' full satisfaction. The carelessly tailored suit, or one made from cotton mixtures, will give anywhere yrom a few weeks to a few months of r.eary satisfaction or of positive disappointment. make a mistake must have some certain guide to her choice. Wc have givenjt to her. " W If she buys a suit, coat or skirt with the' Wooltex label in it, she is perfectly safe. 'The woman who cannot afford to WOOLTEX GARMENTS are guaranteed for two full seasons', wear. AVOOLTEX rWOOLTEX GARMENTS made from purewool, are fabrics only. ; is the very best that Amer- - TAILORING -- l in' ican tailors (the best in the world) know howtogive.'. kbrf : 4. tv , "t"V r7 I i J I '?ii I Lancaster. Mrs. H. L. Klkin was hostess for a sumptuous dinner ut her pretty country home on the Stanford pike. The honorecs were Mesdames V. S. Elkiti, of Atlantu, Ga. and E. C. Bernard, Washington, D. C. ' Miss George Dunn, nil untiring church worker is at homo again after u visit to western Kentucky in the interest of the Christian Union iu the State. She also attended the Christian church Convention recently held in Louisville. Tito Woman's Club held their last meeting at the hospitable home of Mrs. U. E. MeUoberts, who is the leader of the literary department. Tho subject for discussion wns tho "Old English Story Teller." Mrs. J. E. Robinson, Pres. suggested that a History Department he added to the Club's, interesting course of work. Mr. and Mrs. B. F. Robinson have returned from their bridal trip a portion of which was spent m Ash-vill- e, North Carolina. The many friends of Miss Rellu Arnold will bo glad to know that she has sufficiently recuperated since her recent illness to juain he in her millinery department. A musical department has been added to the. progtoMVe wonfan's club in this city, and they held their fir.-- t meeting hist week at Kcngiir hut Hotel, in which ti most interest, ittg program was arranged. new txoiu on iiie Handsome school building is being more rjpidlv iorwnrd. Contractor Hit moiid hope-- , to have it under roof before the arrival of extremely cold weather. pu-h- ed fhla ExixrlantaX ttatUVTaMlrM to Srtiriv aaa lte ataliaalMl ana aageaa ta eabalttat te.ltferMaalar.tleA ufrlaTplUd yeartU tanMrkiag tctte 4 th. rcerata i the ltll. "T '. la .eenatrootlon. na for f.ot faro wasoa arar asbBlttad toaagoa esaalnatlea la alae to a load ef 'three tlafav food that after snhalttlag thla oapealtr, aad l.ttlng tha load resela for Tt lta eataloenad oontlnnonj honre, tha raooll of rh.sla aad axl.a vaa aqaal te tha Aapraaalon, whleh goaa to prora oanolsalvaly that aothlafl ent perf.etlr lira tlaoar and oat.rlal.nt.rl into lta 41v. aat.rl.l, flnl.h aad aosatnatleai tha att af aKaalai thetraaaeea) i ef th. aaoal th. allenaaat af front aad raar haala the ef th.lr olraafaraaaei the lrr.l ef holy as halatazet taa wefA rat.rtnc af honoi, bath raar anS front i th.p.rfMt aacle tasaard ta belattrat th. nnlfana eastarias aTtlraa ta f.llaaei) af raM th. aHeanant (ahloh and af toana with kins halt and eaatar t 7 prodoaaa a light and assy draft) I tegthev ef raar axla with tha harr eoatlng af palatje- - ga ta ooopl.t. the aeat par. laa tan eg ef 99 Stan&ara ftmatntatloii rm 1009. The Eratnakr JYh nrn abaaiss praatloally SW, aa of teste.nA appll.4 ,t air t i.ii it . s im M. .fcitfu8.vA mt haTtmmMmu msalaatv-la- c 3 14' asa . aaaplata, as aabalttae, prelvaai. a tatal tareeat .1 a p.rfMt aaga- - tha , i ' Iaeaagraalata ha Xrataaky agarTaaaafBeearlmt 9tk. pea aakiag aad aalllag tha aaat fara wagea that SxperlBjatel Statlea arar had an caaelndlag. wa raamia t.tt appartualtrJt.taetj'' t4' (axoBZD) Tntr nraiT"toDiiv wmtusm.?' asiaa tssl Sai.il Ray, Thi Farmer. Iwvestrgatis COMC IN AND hipirtially Fir Tin Pttfli UT U SHOW YOU THIS FAMeUS WAOON E. T. PENCE Stanford, FOR SALE Kntuckar feni Copyrht 1 ' 92 ' -- WOOLTEX STYLES-wcllcb- mc! faiiu see them for yourself. Exclusive; . . .1 ZT ... itattnrtwtf n ii r rptinpn p ptrnnr. Mil rnnr rnp t Jlommnrmn nnA ffoofnri' ii a' Maket of Wooltex Garments - The H. Black.Co, MB) ' - : if desirewith all the qualities of serviceability demanded by the woman of' limited means. Wooltex prices are moderate. Let us snow you the supreme value they give."), "" A. B. ROBERTSON & BRO.. Danville, Ky. SHERIFF'S SALE By virtue of Execution No. G1S directed to me, which issued from the dork's otlleo of the Lincoln circuit court in fuvor of J. Ij. Hlock-rb- y ugninst J. I!. Mnybrior, 1, or one of my deputies, will, oti Monday, the 11th day of November, llU'J, between tho hours of 1 and - o'clock P. M., ut tho court house door in Stanford, county of Lincoln, Ky., &pose to public bqlo to tho highest bidder, tho following propcity (or so much thereof us may ho necessary to Bntisfy tho amount of the )lainti(I'H debt, interest and costs) towit: Tract of laud containing 50 jktos, more or less, located in Lincoln county, Ky., on tho Lead waters of Green river and bounded by tho ltuids on the south by Holey; west by JVbncr Young and Hansom Baugb, ast by the lands of A. J. May brier mid north by the lands of J. A. May!" fcrier, near Highland, levied on as the property of J. B. Maybrier. fiarae was conveyed to the said Maybrier by deed from B. D. Iliatt and wife of date November 10, 1008 recorded in eked book 43, page 380. amount of this execution is .39.1G, with interest at 0 per cent from the first day of December, ISOfi until paid and $1.80 costs ami tho fmtlier cobts of this action. This sale will ulso bo made subject to n deferred clnim f $300 against Miid hind as owing on same as purchase money; levied upon us the propel ty of J. B. Maybrior. Terms Sale will ho made on n credit of three months, bond with opproved security required, bearing interest at tho rate of 0 per cent per annum from day of sale and having tho force nnd effect of n sales bond. This 29th day of August W. L. McCarty, S. L. C 1012. The COMMISSIONER'S SALE J. X. Cash, plaintiff, vs. John aud Sallio Currilton, defendants. Lincoln Circuit Cuurt. In obedience to a judgment of the Lincoln Circuit Court rendered at its May term, 1012, in above styled the undersigned Commissioner will, at about 1 o'clock P. M. lieu, day, November 11, 1012, County Court day, ta front of the court ao-tio- n, door in Stanford, Ky., offer for sale at public outcry to tho highest and bet bidder the following personal property uud real estate towit: I ho peisouulty consists of one mill an, engine, being u complete ltnssell outfit mid same being same rii; ami outfit sold to the defendant John Currilton by J. X. Cash. Tito leul estate is described us follows: being in two tructs iu Lincoln county, Ky., on Green river and bounded on tho northeast nnd west by the lands of Bradley Johnson, on tho southwest by lands of J. J. Heed, and on tlio south by lands dim Smith, southeast by lands of Ben Vest nnd Joe Pennybakcr's heirs, and on the oast by lands of John McKee, containing 171 acres, more or less. Second tract is in Lincoln county, Ky., on wnters of Green river nnd bounded qn the south and west by lands of John Vinson; on the southeast by lands of D. C. Hiiigo, on the east and west: by lauds of Bradley Johnson and John Henry, containing 35 acres, more or less. Also a parcel containing (our houso acres, more or less, and saiiii conveyed to defendant John Cairiltou br deed from George Pulliam and wife, recorded in deed book 27 page W8. Tho personalty will be offered first and if not suflicient to satisfy judgment, then the real estate will he offered as follows: tract 1, 2 and 3. This salo is made to satisfy plaintiffs judgment for .fool) with interest thereon at C per cent per annum from June 0, 1010, with a ciedit of $10 pnid June 0, 1011. Sale made on credit of six months, bond with good surety for purchnso price pnynblo to Commissioner, bearing u per cent interest from day of sale, until paid, secured by lieu nnd having force and effect of judgment will be required of purchaser. Oct, 24, 1012. 80-3- P sell at public auction on Saturday, November, 9, I9I2 in front of the court house at Sum- ford, Ivy., my farm of about 75 ucrcs, located on tho waters of Knob Lick, two miles south of Junction City bordering on tho Cincinnati Southern railway and near Boweu Station, Lincoln county, Ky. Theio are about 33 ucres in woods, the balance for cultivation about 20 acres, iu timothy grass. It has a good houso of three large looms, good fence around garden and yard, also some fruit trees, creek running through place and can strike water in 12 feet almost anywhere on the farm. It is a fine pluco for sheep and calves and would make a fine dairy and poultry faim. No better placo could bo had anywhere close to the pike and school and market. Any man looking for a good cheap homo should buy this place. It is in good condition. The lust crops were all good, and it will raise to bacco and corn, oats, millet, brings fine clover nnywheie on the place. All under fence. Possession given tit once. Now is your chance for a good home cheap. cash Terms. Cash, or one-hannd tho balance in one nnd two oars, secured by lien on bankable note and bearing 0 per cent interest from date of deed until paid. I will furnish good abstract and good warlf I will ..;" FARM AT PUBLIC 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 'i"r "Uje Insurance Specialists" FISH (EL BROMLEY Stanford. - - Kentucky SIR. Make vour as modem for vout familv as a nice residence, and place vourself iu a uosi tion to tret the latest market auotations at anv time. This can be accomplished hv means of our telephone li Si per vice which vou and vout neighbors can cet for a sum that is small compared with the benefit received. Call r address our nearest office or write direct to head (iiiurtere. Nashville. Tenn.. for information rerardise our Huecial "Farmers Line" rate. If vou are not at nres ent euiovinir tele olione service, we can immediately interest vou. Our lines cover the States of Kentucky. Tennessee. Mississippi. Louisiana and the Southern portion of Indiana and Illinois. Cumberland Tel. & Tel. Co. RURAL TELEPHONES. FARMER: home xL. I 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, jii1 'frl deed. I desiru to sell my property as I cannot see to things buck there. I will ho inesent on dny of sale. ranty Sweeney, East Fremont, Bloomington, 111, 81-- 6 Cot. J. P. Chandler, Auct. Anna 718 i. American Realty Co. Ate offering splendid Bargains in E. D. Pennington. M.C.LCC. Stock and Grain Farms. Our specialties Improved ALFALFA All having claims against the esFurms, nlso Fruit tate of Curtis Cover, deceased will Farms. We have the and Poultry Farms they please present them promptly proven to the undersigned.' Thosejn-debte- d all Want, Location, Near Towns, nl ;nnA Churches, fine to him will please nromptlv Mrs, Maggie Gover, Climate; excellent Water. Send for settle same. Lists, Then rt tor Yourself. 304-- 6 Admx. or W. 8. Burch, Stanford. Suiety Bld'b, Muskogee. Okla. Good-Rcno- Shades, Wall Paper & Trunks W. AJMbWe i aSft 4' 1A- - -t . C. in i .y"V--- rxr IFWt. Kmrnitv. I I ill open for sale of Tobacco abort November 20tk Due notice will be given of the opening. THE WTI Danville Tobacco Warehouse Co. WALNUT STREET (Incorporated) "WATCH US GROW" DANVILLE, KENTUCKY. Largest Loose Leaf House South of Kentucky River. Main Floor 115x280 feet. Capacity 250,000 lbs a day. Unloading facilities for 50 wagons at a time. Comfortable stalls for 250 torses. NO CHARGE FOR REJECTIONS. FREE INSURANCE. And the best AUCTIONEER in Kentucky. J We solicit your ( promise you a business and square deal ) H. C. BRIGHT, President. PUBLIC SALE , , ffim Hag rlbyT Loose Leaf House at Lexington, Ky. for handling tobacco. ee , plenty of i;oom. All modern appliances and facilities Railroad connection with the house. Gets the highest price for tobacco. The Latest, Largest and Best of Loose Leaf Warehouses. Careful and courteous attention guaranteed. Come to see us. MARKET OPENS TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 19TH. J. D. CLARK, Manager. FARM AND STOCK NEWS fSe.OO TO 1100.00 A MONTH For your spar tlm Experience not ned-6- . For sale, about 100 head of bogs. Want an metirm man In thl locality. To latroduo. us to your frUnda, We pay Henry Ridder, near Ottenheim. 85 3 targaat cash ben.flta whaa lick, Injured, Brindle cow, crop off right car, e4 at death, for amallut coat. a ahd offer to flrat came to my place Sept. 10 Owner can from thU place. Write quick for get bor by paying for this notice and partlculara. Caah-Bonu- THE T I sery tide ? sm 1M SW a.W ped blue crass seed. Extra quality. 80 cents per buahel in 50 bushel lots Must be taken this month. II. C. 83-Bright, Danville. Ky. For Snle at a Bargain. Or will rent to good tobacco man, 137 acres farm between Turnersville and Jumbo; good buildings; fine water. Chns 833. Covington. Ky. her keep. Frank Adkins, Moreland3p T. Willson, R. 3. Stanford, Ky. 87-- 3 For Sale. 4,000 bushels of strip- Several nice farms for rent or sale in the McKinney section; running in fire from iiO'to 200 acres. For fur ther information apply to D. C. Sip-piMcKinney, Ky. 88 3. For Sale. House and two acres of land, 4 2 miles from Stanford on Huston ville pike, house; pood barn and other outbuidings; ever lasting sprinc on place; fruit trees and fine garden. 0. E. Lutes. 0. e, 1-- John L. Kennedy Hold to S. Ray, oi unrrara, J. en.ven m iu. , H. Shanks . II. Hester sold to n maro mule for 200. . John Stringer sold to II. C. Arnold 20 liogs averaging 150 pounds, nt (I cents. C. I Cecil, of IIojlc bought of Allen IMelen, of Mercer, 22 1,000 pound ciililo ni 5 cents. D. C. Tucker, of Boyle, bought nt Lancaster of T. II. Robinson u 10 pound cattle at 3 rents'. Kennedy Bro., of Lincoln, sold ut Lancaster Monday to different parties 27 cattle ut 3 1! to 4 12 cents. J. C. Hays, of the Crab Orchard section, disposed of to different parties nt Lancaster court, a bunch ,, rnn,i t fv f."l. Thompson, of Preacher- vine, boiu to (iiiiereiu parues a iuuncu oi loupounu cniiic ni eeuis nnu i caives in, ?u. T. B. Robinson, of Lancaster, sold to M. J. Fnrris, of Boyle, o 650 pound feeders nt 3 -' cents. J. L. Bnuch. of the Hichlund sec tiou, sold to different parties n bunch of shonts at 4 2 cents. J. It. Mount, of Gnrrnrd. reports the sale of 500 barrels of com at f2.25 delivered. J. M. Creeelius of Garrard, disposed of a small bunch of 500 to 700 pound cnttle nt Luncnster court at 4 i2 cents. L. P. Nu nu el ley, out on the Lan j i .i ii!. wiu. ti t'sv rubier PiKe. ut'iivcrcui i10 n nt Trnvlor's 50 barrols of com nt 700-poun- vm)n. p. M ,.,, i;5,M ,u lmWw mo m K()V le,lllMjllff nt onc 0'clock t10 I)rcmjSC!,f a louse nI1j iglit ncro of land ut Turnersville, known in the Xcnl p'roperty. J. N. (.'ash, Adinr. Geo. Cash. J "' ' "? .Mountain ,n hunch of ewes nt $3 n "" """ ""' , Public Sale! on. November 23, 1912 at 2 o'clock P. M., in Hustonville, Ky. ".na ' " t" l.iniitr head. lordicr and Pence delivered to 0. l.utos a car lnnd of fat hogs last week, for which they got 3.4 cents K. (1 n pound. . 11. vi Tschniix llros T have sold their ,!'rm We will offer for sale at nubile auction, ""r C,ru, Orchard to J. Munuiug. of Wiivnc count v for $8.- - and Electric plant, on the following terms: 00 -- 1-- nd balance in one and two 'years. given on aay or SSJe. uver m Uoylo l(. L. uvcrstrrct This mill is equipped with the best machinery on the ,. so , mar urn e cot o H. U. ..: V !.. J " pucnilg OUt. Hour second to none; and ." a M Fox for W.50; lu Wliillmti-- e and iixter u mixed lot of cnttle one Py,nK investment It is not a dead one when it comes to mid Bomc cows at making money. steer nt 6 The Light plant is a new installation, consisting of a Wi- 3 to 1 cents. Senntor it. L. Hubble sold to ley Generator, complete switchboard, and a storage bat- Pence Bros, of Garrard Inst week, a tery and one of the latest wrinkles in ,M0NEY NOW, and ha. only been in'oper.tion came' "' "? Tllis i,ln,e is k,,ow,, us the ........ nnr Flmir Mill One-thir- d cask Date of poaseMKHi 2 of the clock brings you nearer your ambitio- n- account fe a bank wfflaidyu Surplus $500 J. 0. REALIZE that every time the clock 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. STATE BANK & TRUST CO., Capital $50,000. w. . M. Stanford, Ky. L l Mccarty, Pm. PENNY, V. Pres. SALIN, CasMsr. J. S. RICE, V. Ptn. EADS. R. P. MOWN, I. J. H. Baughman & Co. MANUFACTURE f Flour. Meal and Shipstuff are dealers in Wheat, Corn, Hay Straw, Salt, Portland Cement and Coal. Prompt attention and your moneys worth at all times. Phone 11 fftaaford, '-- Ktuc. and brought the popular preacher 2 a bundled. G. A. Suiuebrond. of Hubble, 79-Stanford. For Sale. Fine mule jack. This sold to A. P. Sloan a miile colt for 8.50. Snnnebnmd itlso sold to jack is in a class by himself as a v:io i - r .i. ir..i.i.i. mule jack. You will have to see this If 1IOU1I aiCAUIMICI VI lUU tlUUUlV .section. 5 brood sows for $37.50. jack and his colts to appreciate him, W. 0. Walker of thh place, He must be sold by Nov. 15 as I will leave for the south after that time. bought of J. K. Baughman, of the mare Turner's colts have sold this season West Lnd, a pair of at $130, in 1010 several sold at the mules for 4425. He sold to WilBrodhead fair for $125. B. B. King liam Royston, of Garrard, a mule colt for $102. 83-Moreland, Kv. B. D. Holtzcluw ueiulied up last For Rent The farm ot 153 acre belonging to the Murtiii heirs located week a i bunch of 100 hog from J. Hati'.-la hundred. From J. about two and a half miles from II. Woods ut $ Holtzcluw got 18 or Mr. II. Crab Orchard on Lancaster pike, 20 porkers at the nine ligure. right on the river: good house on Harry Frje, of the lleilgevillc premises, tobacco barn and other section, deliveied 200 hariuU of buildings; cash rent. For further corn to Banks Hudson nt Danville information apply to Leonard Mar- last week, form which lie received p tin, Crub Orchard. $2.40 u barrel. Stock Hoas for Sale. The home place of the late Dr. I will huve on sale at Xiinnelley's William liny til Buckeye, in Gnrruid, stock yards, Stanford, Ky., Nov. 2, consisting of a house and about Kt acres of cround, wns hold at 15 or 20 good stock hogs. They are, bound and nice. H. E. Robs, Commissioner's sale. Willie Ituv, f Lexington, Ky. Garrard, becominir the purchnser at William Mutheny sold to IS. I). .2,500. Sheriff II. G. Fox of Boyle, sold Holtzcluw 30 105 pound hogs ut 7 21 cents. He disposed of ul&o to to J. M. Ilankin, of the Hubble sec. mules. . In the J. II. Foster u good buiicli of heifer-- , tion, thorty-thre- e hunch were twenty fie mare mules nt 4 cents. U. C. Arnold, the local btock buy and eight hoises. The uteiage seller bought a drove of 20 hogs from ing price of the colts was $70.50. G. K. Lutes, of the Turnersville John Stringer, at the bridge on the Lancaster pike, und which weighed section, bought of liu brother, John up to uu average of 155 pounds Lutes, of Highland, a bunch of cows each. Mr. Arnold engaged them nt from 2 to .'I cents. He nWn time back ut iG a hundred. bought of J. N. Cash 15 hogs weighD. Eads and Sons bought of J. G i d hogs ing 200 pounds nt A. T. Nunnelley 10 W. O. Walker, of this place sold George liunkin, of tho to C. Sowders, .if Garrard, ut G cents. n 2.year southern end of the county, sold to old filly bv Carroll Preston, for PUBLIC SALE T. V Jones, the local stock dealer, ..250. Mr. Walker shipped to hd. 2li cuttle averaging 1,200 pounds, at gnr Doty, the well known horseman, I will ut my furm on Cedar Creek G R. C. Arnold bought of Madison, u promising .'Uvear.nld cents. 2 of Morgan Beuzley, 17 200 pound by Preston which Mr. Dotv will work three miles from Crab Orchurd und hog at 0 1 4 cents. He also pur- for a month or so. The youngster sovcii from Stanford on turn pike chased of Geo. Russell 050 pound is very highly thought of by his leading from Crab Orchurd leading owner and trainer. from Crab Orchuid to Stanford cow for which he paid $ 3.30. In the Paiksville section of Boyle will sell real estate and personal John S. Mitchell sold 211 200 pound property promptly at 10 o'clock on hogs to John W. Webb at 7 cts SATUHDAV, NOV. 211, 1012 per pound. John M. Helm, sold to W. Kyle Harmon, a 2 year old horse My fnrm contains 'JO acres of land mule for $100. Plensunt Tucker (I acres in whoat and remainder in sold 1 Jersey cow to Joo W, Irvine grass, C room dwelling with porch for ."MSO and bought of Mr. Irvine never failing well at back porch, all In necessnry outbuildings including to. 10 ewes at $150. Eld. W. T. Mn and sou, sold 27 GO pound shouts, to bucco barn 32x00, also blacksmith Itobeit Knox luikitigtou at i cents shop near church mid echool house per pound, and one bull to John W. and good neighborhood. If this pluco is not sold on that day will bo rent Webb for $40. ed on that day for the year of 1013 Thurmun & Peters, of huve sold the!.- - good yearling (o the highest bidder. The following 3 heut stallion, Casey Jones, to G. L. Jones iersonal property of Hatcher, Cusey Jones wns bred ing stoves, 2 coal and one wood, 1 in the Show me State and bought by range cook stove, 1 bedstead, safe Thurroan und Peters from H. A. I two horse wagon, 1 huckboard Greenwull, of Lakcnan, Mo., lust good as new, some 100 pound hogs, spring. Casey Jones was sired by 100 shocks of fodder one good Jer PHONE 153. Casey was sey cow and lot of scrap iron and Fos McDonald 300. shown by Thdrman & Peters this other things too numerous to men sonson winning several first and I ttijn. Terms made known on day second ties. The price paid, was of sale. Wi. A. BRENT, J. V. Chand. 89 6. i5400. ler, Auct. 1-8. 5. 8G-3u-88-ltp. 100-poun1-1- S2.50 delivere.1. J. J I. Baughman bought from Rev. Jos. Bnllou a bunch of five steers, They weighed a total of 5,200 lbs. Senator also disposed wf to Mat En..aD1 , .. "" purcnaser or this properly will get a bargain, re- Klemnn, of the Hubble section, u old mare mule for which garaieSS Ot the price, as it IS not often that property of the four he received $105. money-makin- g type is placed on the market and sold to W. M. Brown, near Turnersville, the highest bidder ; . r i i.i. i i ft uuukui ol uuwuru .nanuing uu hA .L.. Complete Settlement SV0 ""M1 ma.C Wuvne Inst week, a bunch of eiri.t r W1' U,PP U1" M?i Iherc being Several heiTS SJld ld cattlo nt 4 1.4 cents two vear pounds with $8 off. They averaged most of them are located out of the state, and a complete about UOO pounds to the head. Mr. V.H.UI niaue unm mis property is sold. Brown will probably ship these steers .T2,e hifthest bidder will et this valuable property, as it will be but lie is feeding n bunch of suckling sold absolutely without d or reserve. ciilve- - which will he about ri.e next This mill is surrounded by one of the best farming sections in season. He luis 25 of them. Kentucky, and produces wheat and corn sufficient to operate this t iaUer Lozatt, ot 1 urksville, mill twelve months in the year. Hustonville is a desirable place in which to live: Good citizens, bought two veal calves of Dr. S. 0. Kuds at $8 each one of J. G. Clem good schools, and everything to make it a desirable location for the for $10 two of W. I. Moore $17 for mill. Don't forget the date. the two, one from J. II. Brown fot $10 one of Tom Clem for $7; n fancy Jersey hejfer from J. Y. Iloskins and sold two nice calves to James T. D. ENGLISH, AUCTIONEER. Watts for $35. Jerry Hooper sold a fnt now to Mr. It. ('. Martin of Danville, for H .'t I cents per pound und bought u milk cow of Sijuiiu HIGHEST MARKET PRICE PAID Fleece Owens for $35. John Seltsam FUR RAW FURS AND HIDES sold u mare mule colt to B. G. Fox WmI on Canlttlon. Writ lor prk Ht k&zsSM for $05. Mr. Fox bought of Pleasuu iwrujaMiMi id. ant Tucker, three mule colts ut $70 each, one horse mule colt of W. B. JOHN WHITE & COs L0UISVJLLE.KY. Overstrect for (!(). J. C. Kern, the Pennsylvania mule buyer was in Lincoln iiguin last week, mid lounded up a bunch of the hybrids, which hu bnys most ly for e in the Pennsylvania mines Il bought ii bunch of ten jenrlings from J. Lee Murphy, of the Hedge ville section, paying n cool $1,000 for the drove; from Kinnaird Bourne to destinations in the Soith and Southeast he got u drove of rear Iinca-te- r, nine yeuilings ut $75 a head; from John Spooimmore he got one year ling, that cost him and he bought two horso colts at $05 each; G. I. Giens sold him n pnir of two-yeolds for $215; E. P. Woods let him have a horso colt for $50 and S. J. Embry, Jr., sold him seven yearlings at $108, u head. lUoSrpir JESS ay, it. i'r .. nlr ' "'. " .....w..i u. by-bi- W. D. Nave and R. A. Lipps, Mgrs. FURS AND HIDES VVnVmMBf Inter Tourist Fares are now tvailmble via ar Southern Railway. Ask local agent for full information regarding variable tour tickets. Tickets on sale daily Limit May 31st, 1913 Pullman sleeping car line will be established November 24th, as follows: 12:01 Knon I.v. SJ. I.oui 8:10 I'. M. I.v Louisville 0:1.1 A. M. Ar. Chattanooga 11:10 A M Ar. Atlanta Ar. Ar. I.v. I.v. Lv. A; 10 I M. H. B. NoriMt I 8:20 0:30 A. M. 9:4.r P. M. .r:10 P. jr. A. M. 1'. M. Ar. Jacksonville Dalp Poultry, Eggs, J. C. BEAM, AGPA. St. Louis, Me. Produce, Salt, to-w- Lime & Cement Fresh Oysters next Friday, direct from Baltimore. T. D. NEWLAND, opposite Court House Stanford, Ky. "i mi