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NO. 00 WIim Ymn Paper WW Expires Watoh Subscription Your Date ami Renew PYMtptfy STANFORD, LINCOLN COUNTY, KENTUCKY. FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 8, 1012 TUESDAYS AND FRIDAY! at tho Christian church on Sunday morning nnd night FOR POSTMASTER HERE also Christian Endeavor at 0:30, Hunfry Democrats Will Get ts Pie leader, Herman Gann. Counter and Many WHI be Latest Election Figures Applicants. Woodrow Wilson will go into of fico with tho largest electoral With n complete chango of ndmin Coincident ever returned. istrati.tn Hi Washington, n clean with his personal victory the latest sweep in expected as a mnttor of returns a ma give tho democrats Course, to bo mnde la nil federal of jority of 149 iu the next House of for ostmastors fices. Candidate and an assured Representatives, 'a are thicker than beos on a in the senate. No less than new president majority day, 'and the 19 republican governors have boon wilt find bis bands full, aud unj deposed and democrats elected to doubtedly his offioo full of office their places. Wilson will nave 4dU Makers when ho take his seat on votes in the electoral college to 77 the 5th of March. for Roosevelt and 12 for Taft, and Democrats are casting longing Wilson may even got Wyoming when eye on the postoffice at Stanford, the count is comnloted. Wilson car which Postmaster Floronco hag held ried every state in the union except down so well for the past 10 years. Michigan, Minnesota, Pennsylvania, A great many are said to be pros South Dakota and Washington, all pective applicants and Congressman of which went for Roosevelt, aud Harvey Helm, who will have tho mo. Idaho. Utah and Vermont which are jor portion of apportionment of the in the Taft column, and with Wyopatronage In tho Eighth district, is ming still doubtful. going to havo bis hands full. Among State wido prohibition won in West those being "prominently mentionpostmnstership in Stan, Virginia and lost in Colorado. ed" for the Arizona, Oregon and Kansas, ford, Lancaster and Danville, are: Stanford Judge James 1. Bailey, Michigan adopted woman suffrugc W. A. Carson, George P. Bright, at tho election Tuesday. Wisconsin Miss Mary Bruce, John V. Rout and defeated it decisively. There are 11 counties in this dis- others. Lancaster. J. B. Mount, M. D. trier, Iu six of them Tuft got more votes than Teddy while Teddy beat nughes and others. Danville. II. H. Roberts, H. C. bim in file. Wilson. Roosevelt nnd Taft is the Bright and others. The Louisville Hcrnld gives as way they finished in tho nation but prospective apirants for the position Taft bent Roosevelt a few thousand of Collector of Internal Revenue at votes in Kentucky. at first claimed for Illinois, Danville these: Col. B. O. Evans, Judgo C. R. McDowell. Logan Wood, Roobcvelt by 100,000, was found to John Nichols, nil of Danville. T B. lo iu the Wilson column, too, when Bobinson, of I.nnenKtor. nnd Shclton all tho returns were in. Seavy, tho Progressive, ran a bad M. Saufley of Stanford. Inst for Congress iu tho lltb, Powers winning by about 12,000 over Ben R. H. METCALF Smith, the democratic, candidate. Nick Longworth, Teddy's son in Resigns as Cashier of McKtnney law, running as regular republican, tank to go North. was beaten by a democrat for reelection to congress from a Cincin McKiuney, Ky., November 7th. Mr. B. II. Metcalfe and family nati district. Cis-erAnd old Joe Cannon, for jonrs wdl leave this eotniug week for make their home. Mr. the Speaker Crar of the House, Ind., to Metcalfe will take charge of a bank vent down in the land slide. A t that place. Mr. Metcalfe and joung democrat and ex.KenUickian, to family have a large number of took his measure for who regret to give them up con?r, friend, The Taft connties were Anderson but feel that our toss here is their .gain. Men like Mr. Metcalfe arc Mercer, Jessamine, Shelbv, Madison hard to find and the people of this and Spencer. Roosevelt led him iu keenly. Adair, Casey, Lincoln, Garrard and lowti realize their loss very Jliss Lena Beck will go with them Boyle. Wilson, of course, led in all jind remain there with her sister of them, while Helm ran far abend of the national ticket owing to his through the winter. Grant Metcalfe, of Paint Lack, great personal popularity. The showing Roosevelt made in has been elected cashier of the Mr. Kinnev Deposit Bank hero to sue. Lincoln surprised everyone. Much of who the credit for it is due to tho untir:ccd liis brother. It. H. Mctcnlf, Grant Metcalfe comes ing energy of County Chainnnn, W. reined. Mr. recommended and wo P. Kiucnid who worked morning, to us highly feel sure he will wake u siicecss us i oon nud night for the Bull Mooso ticket ,nnd wns ably seconded by cashier. . . Miss Butli Tanner is usitws bur Judge John Mcnefce, John Chnppcll aiiut, Mr. H. C. Nunuclley at Wm and others. The Prohibition party got 84 votes Chester thU week. Mis Clara Lindboliu, of Kcwanee, in Lincoln county, a gain of 27 over week tho last election when only 57 were 111., leturned to her home this niter a few days' wit with her enst. Several Socialist vole;! were cast lint tho judges foigot to certify r, Mrs. Chas. Beck. Miss the number in several precincts. mother luturned with her. Mis. Hibler nnd atliaotive dnugli Jtulilf. I'nrroll. for Court of Appeal, ter, Mi1- - Biuee have retuvned to I'. V. Puryear for Commonwealth's 111., nf. Attorney, and J. P. Holdnni fir Or their homo in Blooiiiiiigton, visit with Mr. riiit Clerk had no opposition mi no n several da tir Inliiilntion was mode of their vole King Huston mill sister of this jvlac along with the TIim Democrats of tin- - place ore which was li'.-li-! tieket. n .mill" '" ,,u'"' liut" ldr wearing the hist tew dajs tlmt will not come Mix-u- p in Stock Law Election Altlionuh the vote on the stock Prof. Caldwell of the Rimlcd low t lection in the Hustonville ningi xhool went up to Beien to east teiial distiict has one majority for oto for Roosevelt. Mr. P. M. Wme, one of our lunl. the law on the returns ns mnde, no Lou:; lepuii wns mnile on the vol( t'lom imr niirch.inls, hoie went to the McKiuney rrecinct mid do the villo tins week to buy new uoo.K Mihs Belle Gomb has been visiting election, although apparently carriher brother- -. Clay and Stroud Gooeh ed, may ho inviilidiited. The officers of election lit McKiuney if they nit Someiset this past week. Willie Murphy, con of J. S. Mut counted the xtoik law- vote foigot to with tho give the letunis on the letuin sheet phy. of near town enlisted i't Somerset last mid so .McKiuney is not, counted up stiindiim min week nnd is now stationed at t olum in the vote below: For Agnin-- t bus, Ohio. KIS Mil Elliott, of near town is Hustonville No. 1 Mr. John 71 02 lnup.iously ill nnd not I'Mtcd to Hustonville No. 2 7(1 0.1 but n httle while. Mr. hlliolt Hustonville No. It live, 1ms been hick for some time. :io(j H07 Tolul Brother Oabbeit will fill bis legu MANY CANDIDATES lar appointment FOX HUNTERS MEET AT CRAB ORCHARD SPRINGS MRS. WILSON After Marali 4 WNI Be the Flret LUy In (He Land." Big Gathering of Sportsmen Expected Next Week Local Dogs To Be Entered. ma-jori- ty num-nier- Announcement has bocn mado thnt the National Hunters' Assoc! tion will hold its annual meet at) Crnb Orchard Springs during the week beginning November 11, and extensive preparations are being riuido for the gathering. From pres ent indications more members of the Association and persons interested in tho chase, and more and a better class of dogs will be in attondanco at the meet this year than ever be fore in the history of the Associa tion. Col. Jack Chinn is President of the Association, and Gen Roger D. Williams of Lexington, nastor of bounds, nnd both have received as surances from the leading fox bun- tors of tho country that they will attend and bring with them their Crab Orchard Springs best dogs. will be tho official headquarters of the Association during the meet, and it is expected that quite a number of enthusiasts of tho chase from Lexington nnd other towns of Cen tral Kentucky will attend. If the weather is favorable some tine sport is looked for. This meeting must not be confus ed with the State meeting, which was held at La Grange, Ky., and which was not well attended, owing to the unfavorable weather and lack of giving it due publicity. Quite a number of Lincoln Fox hunters will go up to the Springs for the meet nnd will enter their dogs in the stakes. WINS BIG SUIT Popular Druggist Junction City Comes Out on Top. itt.tr iwmin rm iwHtito i. J. GIVES NEWS FIRST Beat Dallies With Election Four to Six Hours. News o, Wi. A. Reynolds, the popular druggist, of Junction City, won an impor. tant legal victory last week, when the court of Appeals at Frankfort affirmed the case of Administrator of Maim against the Reynolds drug company. It will be remembered thnt administrator brought suit for against Mr. Reynolds, $20,000 charging that he, by carelessness had sold Mnuii the wiong medicine, which wns poisonous and resulted in his denth. Tho trial was a great legal battle nnd every step was hotly contested in the lower court. Rey rolds was represented by Attorney Bin lings nnd Bngby, of Danville, while tho plaintiff's intcicsts were looked nfter by Harding and Hnrlnn. Reynolds won tho enso in tho lower Court nnd this decision was affirmed. There isn't a nicer or better little drug store anywhere than tho Reynolds & Evans pharmacy at Junction City, and the many friends of the two popular proprietors will congratulate them on their victory. The city dailies arc all talking about how each got out first with tho news of the election, but the I. J. pulled off a little stunt of its own on the morning after the election, and gave the news first to quite a large community in this part of tho state. Tho regular Tuosdny is sue of the paper was delated until Wednesday morning. By the assis. tance vif its very effiicent force, who worked all of the election night, the y I. J. was out by four o'clock morning with full details of the election, showing the tabulated vote in Lincoln county, n tabulation of the vote of most of the counties in the state and a comprehensive survey of the landslide to WiNon in the nation. In addition to going out on the early morning mails to its 4,000 subscribers, news boys caught the five o'clock trains to Danville, Lan caster, Richmond nnd Lebanon nnd points, giving the nil intermediate people of thosc cities tho news from four to six hours earlier thnn they were able to secure it from the Louisville. Lexington or Cincinnati dailies. People in those towns seem tho enterprise of ed to appreciate the I. J. in being tho first to servo tho news, for tho papers sold like hot enkes everywhere, and it pioved a splendid advertisement for the I. J., already about tho bet known country paper in tho state. Wed-nesdn- Lmd-liohu- 'rt w-te- nl THE OFFICIAL VOTE Courthouso Macksvillo , .. Enginehouse Rowland Crab Orchard No. 1 Ciab Oielmrd No. 2 Hustonvillo No 1 Hustonvillo No. 2 Hustonville No. U (Turiiersville) .. HiiMonuHe No. 4 (McKtmioy) Wuynosburg No. 1 Wavnesbunr. No. 2 King's Mtn. . . . Wuyiiosbarg, No. 3. (Highland).... IN LINCOLN 20.--1 COUNTY. Wil lf)0 10!) Taft 7.'1 Ted. 40 3o (il 81 Helm 20!) Dins 47 l.r4 147 204 8!) B18 10!) I.'i 81 4(i lf.O ',l(i:i X lltl f(i 108 Hit) r'O l.YJ 7t1 lit" l.VJ 147 71 (14 7.' 51 III) 208 80 00 175 170 142 80 1897 51 .... 80 172 108 1.18 82 180.1 07 47 41 04 35 851 30 07 82 07 84 70 92 909 75 90 980 TOTALS Big Fire at Lebanon Junction popular young democintic Squire the Lebanon Junction. Ky.. Nov. 3. in tho Crab Orchard distnct, was it The Hoeler Hotel, a lame two-tocontaining neatly source of much gratification to hi-- , finme structure, many friends over (lie lotinty. The foity looms, us destroyed liy lite Vllto VMIs, While the loss Into this ittteinooli. New land Billion imiiiot lie definitely stated at this Precincts C. O. No. I 143 time, it is believed that it will be at 172 108 115 least C. (). No. 2 and may be mine. This includes both building and contents. 2o3 Tim hotel was on nod and conducted 310 New hind's Majority, . 82 by S. K. Clink, who bought it fiom It. M. Hoeker. who oneinted it for To My Friends Mr. Clark did not iniiiiy jenrs. Having sold my inteiest nud good canv anv insurant e and at the time wi'l iu the insurance nuency of Fish of the file wju making many sub it Bromley to A T. mid 1). S. P.iom-lo- stantial improvements. The build dcsiio to wi to the insuring iug stood lieu" the railroad station, public mid my friends generally that which for n time was-i- n due danger. I "hull Mill be connected with this The fire wits tho lesiilt of the olllcc mid earnestly solicit your ('ouot mi iicetyliue plant ued tturn il good will mid p.ttroimue both in lighting the hotel. During the in for the new film ami m.wir, and we llieie wns a second blaze, which sen shall emleni.ir to seivo joh iu a ously burned It. L. Mudd, a local piompt and sutisluctotv manner. jeweler. W. S. PISH. City Supervisors Appointed No More Grav or Faded Hair. The regular monthly session of Women mid men who use PARIS. the Stnufoid City Council was held IAN SAGE can bo sure their hair Thuisday night. A Bonid of 'vill fever turn cr.iv. consisting of II. It. Saulley. PARISIAN SAOP. will preserve and W. C. stop John S. Bauglimaii the imtimil color of the hair: it f i om bicomin; faded and lifeless, Shanks was iti)oiiit(d to go over ami liv iMiiiishim: the hair mot uive the property listed by the city to the hair a lustre mid radiance The bo.nd will begin its thnt compels iwlmirntion. healings on the Hist .Monday iu De PARISIAN SAGE stops falling i ember. hair: banishes ilmnliuff; makes the Claims to the amount of about scalp clean and flee fiom itchiness .t2,000 weie allowed dilleient (Mowth of heavy mid promotes a sidewalk on the cimciele hair. Lnrro bottle 50 cents at denleis work which has been done in the everywhere. Sold liv G.t L. Penirv city during the jtiist summer. on money back is dissatisfied plan. Kor Snle. Pine bred white Ply Lost A feather tick, between mouth Rock cockerels nnd nllets. Stanford nud Lancaster. Finder will Also Buff Orjiingtou cockerels and please notify C. G. Hand at Lan- pullets, pure stiiiin. Mrs. II. It. Snufley, Stanford, 2t. 001p caster. ry v, 1 Suji-eiviso- is is Marshall Newland Wins. Tho victory of Marshall New land, Wnlkor's punishment should be fix LET'S SEND IN A TREE at tho minimum. FOR LINCOLN COUNTY Dr. John Cook, tho well known was charged Arbor Day Exercises to be HM at Murh Work Done In Circuit Court colored vetennnrian, by Bud Rowo, also colored, with bav Week-A- llen This Walker Capital Cretmds m State ing forged his namo to n contract ' Sent to Pen. November 13. in connection with some livestock. Cook had gono on Rowo's bond and The regular November term of tho November 13th has been chosen a had taken from Rowe a written cor. Lincoln circuit court convened Mon- tract to turn over certain livestock, Arbor Dny for Kentucky, On thai day morning with Judge C. A. Har- in case tho bond was forfeited. Cook occasion a tree will bo planted on din on tho bench. Judgo Hardin has bud t.) jiay tho bond nnd Rowo tho capitol grounds at Frankfort for every county in tho state. As y been ill with malarial fever for near- had sought to avoid his responsible, ty to Cook by charging that his no tree has been sent in froa tdiu ly a week and suid it was with some name had been forged to the eon coin county. The Interior Journal ' difficulty that he came to Stanford tiact, but n jury found Cook not is in receipt of a letter from Stmt Forester J. E. Bartoh requesting this time. His voice betrayed his guilty." Wm. Schooler, a negro, whose that a tree bo sent in from this, feeble condition though he spoke county, and this paper wilt Underwith vigor in his charge to the grand home is in Boneyvillc. was acquitted of the charge of breaking into tho take to sec that the tree is safely jury. Especial stress was laid upon More of J. B. Wade, near Walnut sent to Frankfort to be planted, it. violation of the election laws. He Flat last summer, He had been in some goad fnrmer will bring oallrd attention to the deep interest jail since the robbery nnd when the young sprout of gome tree which wiH' taken in the campaign just closed; jury set him free, ho almost shouted make a good showing for old Linusing it and the desire which citi- with joy. Wm. Tinsley, a white boy coln. The exercises which will be held zens hnd shown to get nt tho root was fined $150 for cutting Geo. Ks object tes nnd Joe Lane caught u $10 finn on Arbor Day at Frankfort will of the alleged evils, ns an appropriate. The exercises will b lesson to the grand jurors, whereby for breach of the peace. held on the rear portico of the Cap-The case of tho Commonwealth they might get at the root of all law violations; and thus eliminate the against Clarence J. Sipjile, charge 1 itol, overlooking the arboretum, and with false swearing, is now occupy- will begin at 11 o'clock. high rate of criminally. ing the attention of tho court. The It was decided that in addition to His charge bhowed some research the planting of a tree by represenof the criminal history of the coun regular panel of jurors was nnd Judge Hardin ordered tatives of each connty, Governor try and statistics which he recited the sheriff to summon 20 more men. McCrenry will plant a burr oak for discloEi the lamentable fact thnt Nearly all of Friday morning was the state at large at the junction of crime is on the increase. The pith consumed in securing the jury, on the automobile drives, in a plat by and moment of bis charge to the account of the extended acquain- itself. This tree was selected be n ciand jury was to get at the tance or relationship of Sipplc, or cause of it sturdy growth and mag' of the evils and the punish, men having expressed opinions in nificent proportions. The program went of the criminal should be excase. Attorneys E. II. Johnson follows : actly what the law jirescribcd and the Invocation The Rev. James and . J. Hnzelwood, of London, are thus deter in tie future the younger to assist Attorney K. S. Al- Ziegler. generation from jiclding to the temp- here Welcome to the City Mayor Jas. corn in the defense of Sipplc. tations to violate law because of tho n. Polsgrovc, of Frankfort. punishment which they feel such will Welcome Moreland. to the Capitol Goverlollovv. Following is a list of those Cupid is busy in this little town. nor James B. MjcCreary. who compo-- e tho grand jury: C. II. Antiquity of the Memorial Tree Miss Ada Dunn Pruitt nnd Mr. ("niter; K. G.,ISaugh, J. T. Dudderar, Planting nnd Its Sentiment Attor .Mutt Ilotman, Frank eloped to Tennessee ney Bobbitt, J. James Hanson Genernl James Garnett. and were married. Ware, D. R. Adam, W. D. Johnson, Inst Friday Arbor Day and Forestry State R. (. Arnold, Stanley Stephenson, They started to go to Danville to Forester J. E. Barton. C. M. Young and Georgo Hogue. The attend a house paity, but decided to Plnnting of trees by Public take the train at Junction City for Schools petit jury is as follows: President Barker, of State George W. Martin, George Rankin, Jellieo. University. Georgo V. Perkins, J. H. Woods, J. The bride is the oldest daughter Address Lieutenant Governor E. L. Benley, W. C. Manuel, C. W. of Mr. and Mrs. George Pruitt, the J. McDermott. She is a very dealer. Ihinl.ip, T. J. Hill, H. D. Aldridge, furniture Forest Planting in Future H. Tlieo. Nolnnd, II. F. Newland, J. A beautiful and accomplished young F. Hillenmeycr, of Lexington. r, lady. Gil ens, W. F. Dishon, W. F. At the conclusion of the program W. T. Holdnm, O. P. Huffman The groom is the youngest son of representatives of each county win H. U. Campbell, John Beck, R. M. Mr. and Mrs. Hanson, and is a pop go to the tree designed for his counNewland, Sam Chandler, Joe McAlis. ulur farmer of this community. ty nnd complete the formal planting ter, J. I1'. Shaw, Wilson Alexander, They will visit relatives in Virginiu in the name of his people. T. L. Carpenter. CourU then ad- for a week or more and return home ' journed until Wednesdny in order to nnd go to housekeeping at once. Hustonville allow all to indulge in the right of They have the hearty congratulaMr. W. O. Speed is able to be suffrage. tions of every one. out after a severe seige of blood WednesCircuit Court convened Miss Mnttie Mae Bishop and Sir. poisoning. day morning with Judge Hat din Madison Snndidge diove to StanThere will be a candy pulling Fri ready for business. The first case ford hist Wednesday and were made day night Nov. 22 at, the Newton mlled wns that of the CommonThe bride is the Buliding. nitin nnd wife. All are invited to come against Timothy Joidan, beautiful daughter of Mr. Sam Bish nnd enjoy wealth a social hour. A small chaiged with shooting on the pub op and the groom is the oldest son amount will be charged, proceeds lie highway. He war fined $50 mid of Mr. Mat Snndidge nnd an excel going to the club. the costs. Thomas Chajipell was best wishes of all. Misses Pattio Mason, Ella Bare given a 'KiO fine for a hi each of the Miss Carson and Mr. Babo Wells, netto and Florence Spragens were jienee. liven hnnded justice is being of Libcity, took the train here Hal. in Danville chopping Monday. meted out to the illegal whisky ven- low e'en night for Tennessee there Miss Taylor has returned ders, Chtuley Ranchman, known as tiny were mnrried. to her home- - at Danville after a short the most jieisistent liquor seller in Dr. nnd Mrs. M. Lee Pijies and visit to Mrs. J. H. Yowell. Stanford, wn-- . given ffiO nnd costs son, James left Tuesday for Texas Mrs. T. L. Carpenter has return in one ease and Incle Som has ii.it and other Western points. They will ed fiom a visit to Mr. nud Mm. vet had his turn iu a niimbw of be gone about two mouths. Mrs. Luke Caqientcr (it Newcastle, coses which come under jurisdiction Mr. and Mrs. William Reynolds Ind. It. Sims cmiUht it to the tune of Mr. King Caijionter and sister, foO for tin f f icing iu liquor and Wm. and Mr. and Mrs. Cyius Estcs, of were the week end Mrs. Allie Burris visited relatives in .Murray in one case caught it for Wajnesburg, and Mrs. William Danvillo Sunday. ylUO and 40 dnvs in jail aud iu t75 guesfs v)f Mr. E. McCormack is in Cincinnati and 40 da.vs in another. Mis. Mur. Moser last week. Miss Gcrtiude Richardson of this week with u car of hogs and i.iv will also siieud ten days with Jailer Dink Farmer for a similar of Junction City, has been the guest cattle. Mr. Sylvester New son and chil-dieTol Builesou, a .oung man ot Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Richardson. feiise. of Somerset, motored to this Prof. Gooch resigned the school fiom the southern mrt of the conn ty, was convicted of selling whisky at this place mid has accepted an city Wednesday for a short visit to and win jiunished by two fines of $75 important positions in North Caro. Mrs. A. Newton and family. Miss Lena Russell was the week Miss Fannie Spears is going which he is lading out in jail. The linn. end visitor of the Misses Girdlers. offender is a son of the )Ostmaster to fill his vacancy. t Misses Susan Blaiu visited Miss Born, to the wife of Mr. Riley nt uueslnug. The International Annie Gay Lutes Sunday. Huivester Company was assessed a Viiught a girl. Mr. and Mrs. Roland Bishop nnd Mr .Sampson, a native of Indiana, finu of $1,250 for violating anti-tiiilows of Kentucky. Allen Wul lectured at the Methodist church little daughter left Monday for Dan ker, tho negro jxuter, nt George 11. last Sunday night. His speech was ville, vvhero they will make their fuFm i is gi needy store, was sentenced enjoyable, us woll us instructive. Ho ture home. Their many friends regret to see them leave. t.i one jenr in the pcnitcntiuiy fw is attending school at Wilmoie. Hio. Wyntt 'Montgomery will be iu Misses SctuqiiRihcarotaoniununn jierjuiy. Walker had sworn at the Messrs. Clms. Adams, R. A. Lipps Coiouer's inquest over the lemains of Lexington holding 'n meeting on the the lale Audeisun Can's wife that thiid Sunday iu this month. There and Miss Jessio Powell were in Stan he hnd not been in Cmrn house at will be no preaching at the Chris- ford Monday afternoon. Messrs L. M. Reid nnd N. II. all on tho day that Carr killed his tian church that day. wife. At his trinl Wednesday witMrs. John Moser and Hon. Walter Snow camo over from Mitchellshurg nesses were produced who said that weie in Danville shopping and ha v. Tuesday to cast a voto for Wilson. Miss Ada Alcorn delightfully enWalker had been seen nt Cair's iug some optical work done last Sat house on the day of tho minder m day. tertained tho Forty Two Club Satiiml Walker himself on taking the Miss I.elia Bello Jones has arriv urday afternoon fiom 8 to 4. Rev. C. R. Blnin, Mrs. James G. stiind admitted that ho bad been ed home after mi extended visit to Mrs. John A. Blnin there and that Carr had confided to Stnufoid, Winchester nnd other Woatherford, him that ho had killed his wife and points. and .AGs,. Bettio V Logan attended wonted him (Walker) to help sjiirit Master Ambrose While and Ran tho Conference ut Danville last The negro gnvo as dolpli IIuuii have been very ill with week. nvvliy the body. his reason for dening his presence ClOllJ). Messis. Stanley Stevenson, F. L. Carpenter, Will Flojd were in Stan at tan's house wns his fear tlmt Bazaar at Hustonville. Pair, who was kno'wn as a desper- word Monday, te nego. would kill him if he gave The ladies of the Presbjterinn Messrs. G. I). Weatherfoid and M. away the murder. It will be roiiiem. church, of Hustonvillo, will hold G. Cowan weio iu Stanford Wedbored Hint Cair committed suicide their minimi Bazaar on December nesday. slim fly nftev the coroner's jury hud 11. They juomiso n large collection Mesrs. Silvester Newton and remanded him In jail clanged with of useful articles for Xmas presents James Hall weie in Lexington for a tho murder. The penalty in such nud household use. Please remem few days this week. cases is from one to five jears, hut her the date. The bazaar will be held Mrs. Cariton Klkin, of Lancaster, the juiy nil id that "under the pecu- nt the Euijwrium Flat. Ladies of the was here Monday ett route to Libliar ciicunistonces" it believed that Presbyterian Church. erty, ., , UP DOCKET RAPIDLY ed JUDGE HARDIN CLEARING m hi 'J.l ii tJM k b. -- 'JM foun-datio- Shoe-luiike- Flo-ssi- u, st V ( , V r ; fP THE INTERIOR JIUBWAL iTAMFORP. KENTUCKY. The HILTON 1 Interior Journal. M. Shot to death while out bunting fiWT BAUrLKY. .Proartatw A TEAR BTIUOTLY IN ADVAMOB r4 Kmltrti at l pMtft$ at BUnftrd M $tf tUti mmt mtHtr SnXfCSI AmiSttnSCfflent" Tb. announcfmmti Is tall column r ol aandidatea lor office. aabjttt Is th attlon mnotraua primary, no will B.dt, vbIcm paid for la adtaatai t Viimib tttt KtprtirnltHrt. McMULLIX. . uanu at. B. IIAUOIIMAN B. W. 01VF.N8 J. U. WEATHEKFURD T. J. HILL lTT.CtMtllf Jvdjt A. RICK U. T. NOKT1I PEYTON QEUROE DINK WILLIAM W. A. V. Ttrr tT BUrii TJie tmrdent woman baa to tarry throuth We are many tmt rfcey cm tw KfJrtmH M ah wiH tarn to Dr. Piarea'a Farprite PreacrWion. 'A toetWaf tad MrtnJllMiilaa' rrlae tnbdulni nerroua excitability, prostration, hyatarfa, hot Bathes aad the amir aymptomt which nay b earned by diatrctakHl IHa Metlhr to women. For thote " drajin4-Jow- n " paint or dialreaa and lor the Atrtnft mrnta and irretfularitica the Farorite Prescription " ha had many thousand of teitimoalali from people tivlnjf ia every part of America. Another important thing to retry aroma it that tlil medicine it made from efficient luedlehiet root", without the uie ol alcohol, narootlct, or any injurioui arKi. Fu!l lilt of acdl eon given on and iwora to hy Dr. R. V. Fierce who It Pretldeht ol the Invalidt' Hotel and Surgical Inttitute, at Buffalo, N. Y. Eery woman ia Invited to write to thia Institute and receive confidential and aound medical advice, entirely without coil (rom one who makes the diteaic ol women BBJB hit specially, ''I can cheerfully recommend ronr remedies. Mnoclnll for nirffinnln disorders," writes 0?BM I yourTavorltorrffcrl bottle-wrapp- WOMAN'S TRIALS. At Cost Monday, BEGINNING will mII Oct.M, c stock of Dry Goods, Notioiis, Shoes, Etc., at absolute cost This Nothing season's newest goods. reserved. We need the money and mean business. This is the best you will ever have to save money. Strictly a cash proposition. Goods charged will be sold at the regular price pur-.dMttr- a . Ms Vj . lfc I Birds, Rabbits, Etc., Etc. witk our shells. Winchester Leaders and Repeaters are the best for field and trap. Let us quote you prices en the best shell en the market l'AURISH UF.HOKDE FARMER II. HESTER CARBON ItiUt of Dr. l'lerco's remedies for all femalo drrftnirrmunu. Aa. UouljsX. .MR4.3I. MulTCIty.Tciin..lU)iit2. "Durlns t!loatv'nye!lfil 1 nitTrrrd from pnln In tho back and ovnrlc. Tried many rcmrdlM but found only tMnlcnt mllpf tintll I wm rruaili Iit a friend to try Dr. l'lorcp'. ravorlU)l"rccripti Aiut Rtvlntt this rvmoly a fair trial. I found that It would do Jm what It Is rccommendol to do. I In all tvrn lottlr. I c.innot stioak too htghlj til Dr. Ptorec'M PUaasat Fellow reauUta $23,000, ttwr lit. :::::::: ,iK ' PENNY'S, The Rexall Store. cilice has been christened. Carl Thnmpon. it. OWK.N8 Mr. fnnley Rronddus died nt his R. H. BRUNAUOH P. a HANDIDOE home on Inst Saturday morning nt 8 J. IL BOONE o'clock after a linxcrinjr illness of W. T. GARNER LATE MORUA several month?. He leaves a wife C. Long, William nnd n daughter, Mrs. Will Ler.r, who was livinj: with her father at the President Woodrow Wilson time of her death. They have nun What a magnificent victory it crous friendx, who nymimiiiue with wnst them in their bereavement. Inter- ment nt Lancaster. But, at that, it was only commen ftL.immp BECK 6. Money to Loan, From $1,000 to ht f per cent, with Rood tenl estate security. E. D. Pcnninir-toSlnnford, Ky. n, 78-8- p. Hughes, Martin & Co. Stanford. Ky. Old in Age WHY HESITATE? An Offer That Involves No Risk For Those Who Accept It. Wo nre so positive our remedy will relicxc constipation, tlint we of fer to furnish it free of nil cost if it M iMni in Ways Men's Suits. tit9s9&S&009-.in. Onos.you will not be afraid to soil. ONES YOU CAN Suit's to work Suits in Men's Sizes r1- 11 - 9MtMtMm0i A Kersey Siit, well made and warm, at and make like new ones if you should soil them. CLEAN and press from $1 to $35 and you CAN'T BUY a BETTER ONE to save your life $1 AnOverallSuit for One Dollar $1 A suit of Headlight Overalls for $2 surate with the wonderful fight that our candidate wnged from the moi ment ho entered the arena for the nomination. The entire enreer of Woodrow Wilson is an inspiration. He stands as truly typical of the fast increasing demand on the part of the American people for better and higher things 5n life, cleaner politics, integrity in official life as well as in business. In fact, he is the man who believes that the "great common people' ns the lu mented Qoebel so aptly called them are entitled to n square Deal at all times and under all circumstances The call of the people for such a leader at the head of the nation, has come from all parts of the country, irrespective of previous political be. liefs. States that have never before been fonnd in a democratic column are discovered for Wilson this time. His victory is an immense personal tribute, as well as a wonderful party victory. May the Lord of Hosts and the God of nations hold strong and tme his hand at the helm of the old ship of state throughout the nest four years. Marksbury. Vnrd Mnrsee sold a bunch of 50 pound shoats at 7 cents. Jfiss jrary Chestnut hn returned from a very pleasant visit to Mrs. Jno. Woods and Mis Lee Herring, of Lexington. The four year old son of Mr. and Mrs. Ison fell off a mule receiving a severe fracture of the arm. Jno. Pruitt sold a horse to Will Burton, of Lancaster for $150. Mr .Pruitt threw a stone at one of his valuable horses breaking its leg. Realizing that it would be of no more value ho killed it instantly. Mrs. Leighton. the mother of Mrs. Wm. Broaddus, of this place died at her home on Bock, Creek in her 80th year. She was buried at Lan. The afternoon. caster Sunday friends of Mrs. Bronddns offer sym pathy in her sorrow. Rev. Bell clos ed a meeting with Pleasant Grove church Sunday evening with ten additions five by letter and 5 for baptism. The candidates were bap tized nt King's Mill Sunday nftcr-nooRev. Bell has returned to his home in Lexington. Mrs. Morrie Dunn and daughter, Miss Ella, of Danville, were guests of Mrs. Ida Robinson from Friday until Monday. Mrs. Lee, of Ninn, is spending several days with her grand daughter, Mn. Jesse Sanders. Messrs. Halite" Royston and Su sie Higgins were with Miss Georgia Dunn, Sunday. Mrs. Ben Hughes, of Lancaster, was at the bedside of her mother, Mrs. Mnrgaret Sutton last Sunday who is quite ill. Tho little visitor who camo to the home of Mr. and Mrs. Telnfus Pollard three weeks n. $7.50 A Cwtiroy Stit at Ai alrwttl These are the clothes for the working man. They are strong; They are warm; They are priced low. (SS $7.50, $10 and $12.50 wat) Kersey Salt for $10.00 IIIIIMMHIIMIMMMimilMIIM Let us fit you in one of our oe Suits in blue, brown or grey at y 1 TO OO 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, coat look that makes aADLER like it "was made for suit we show you is all you. Every wool, and they shape their coats a little better than anybody we know. uress-u- p ouits adleric f r .. fails. Constipation is enticed by weak of the !erv?s and muscles of the large intestines or descending To expect relief you mubt colon. therefore tone tip and strengthen those orgnns nnd restore them to healthier activity. We want you to try Rcxnll Order, They arc lies on our guarantee. eaten like candy, and are particular ly ideal fur children. They net dir. ectly on the nerves nnd muscles of the bowels. They have a neutral net tion on the other orgnns or glands. They do not purge or cause any in. convenience whatever. They act to overcome chronic or habitual con stipatiou and the myriads of asocl. ate or dependent chronic ailments $25.00 In Gold Given Away R. M. Newland, the Life and Fire Try Rcxnll Orderlies at our risk. Two sires, 10c and 25c. Sold only nt our Insurance agent here, will give a show on the 2nd Monday in store The Rcxnll Store Penny's December, court da v. Drug Store. Prizes as Follows: $15 in gold for the best six hands A Trial Gave Instant Relief The of luzs to weigh not less than four Great Kidney Remedy Never Dis. pounds. appoints .$7.50 for the second best. Reinz broken down in health, 62.50 for the third best. with Kidney Trouble, despnir-itiNo trash leaf or red sonsidcred. of cer belli!; well again. I was A. W. King, Danville, Ky., Judge. ilvised hv a fnend to try Dr. KilTalk with me about your fire and mer's Swamt-Roo- t which irnvo me life insurance. R. M. XEWLAND. instant relief, and after umuk sev. 60-t- i. cinl bottles. I am now ouml and well, and can raM TeCuiiuucnd Swamp Root to anyone suffenng TESTED AND PROVEN with b.U'k or kidney troubles. I aUo had rheumatism, nnd I have There is a Heao of Solace in Beina had more relief from Dr. Kilmer's Able to Depend Upon a SwumpRoot than nnv other remedy Reputation. A sufficient tnnl will convince aiiy. For months Interior Journal rend-es- r body of thements of Swamp-Roo-t. Yours very truly. have seen the constant expresP. E. KELSON sion of prnie for DoanV Kidney Murphy, N. C. Pills, nnd read about the good work Subscribed nnd sworn to before they have done in this locality. What other remedy ever produced such me this 17th day of Julv. 1909. EDMUND B. NORVELL. convincing proof of merit f Notary Public John H. Wren, E. Main Street, Cherokee County. N. C. Stanford, Ky., says: "I know from (letter already up) experience that'Doan's Kidney Pills are all tt)&t is claimed for them. Off Letter to and on for several years! had severe Dr. Kilmer & Ce. of lame back. Often I did attacks Binohamton, N. Y. work that required stooping and at such times the backache became much worse. There was also a too Prove What Swamp Root Will Do For You. frequent desire to void tho kidney Send to Dr. Kilmer & Co., secretions both day and nicbt. Doan's N. Y., for a sample bottle. Kidney Pills relieved me nnd have never failed to benefit me since then It will convince anyone. You will also recehe a booklet of valuable when I have taken them." For sale by all dealers. Price 50 information, telling nil about the cents. Foster Milburn Co., Buffalo. kidneys and bladder. When writing be sure to mention the Stanford InJCew York, sole agents for the Unit Regular fifty cent terior Journal. ed States. nnd size bottles for sale Remember the name Donn s and take no other. at all drug stores. Perto Dice's New Wander From fnr away Porto Rico come reports of a wonderful r.cw discovery that is believed will vastly benefit the people. Ramon T. Marchan, of Bnrcelonetn, writes: "Dr. Kinc's New Discovery is doine splendid work 'here. It cured me about five times of terrible couehs and colds, also Tdv brother of a ftevcro cold in he rhftit and mon thnn 20 others, who ued it on my ndvicc. We hope this crcat medicine will yet be sold in every druc More in Porto Rico." For thront nnd liintr troubles there is nothiui: better. A trial will convince jou of its merits'. 50 cents & $1.00. Trial bottle free. Guaranteed bj ell drufsists. Store. Ei better thnn it ever was. While old in age it i modern in methods. Our patrons, and they are many, will testify to the fact that we take care of them in a manner both pleasing ami satixfactory. Your patronage is respectfully asked. Remember Our pledge of courteous treatment and honorable dealings. Our directory includes some of tho moat prominent hunin.na men nnd farmers in this section of the pounty. Try us. H. C. BAUGHMAN, Cashier. J. S. HOCKEft. Pres. S. T. HARRIS, Vies Pres.. W. W. SAUNDERS. Ind. . J. R. HARRIS. Bwkkeeper. The FIRST NATIONAL BANK, of Stanford is the oldest institution in this section of the state, having been orgnnized March 9, 2SS4. A bunk to have stood the panics that hare occurred in tha past 58 years must be all right. This bank today is stronger and . ,( ( ' The Wide-Awak- e co People ARE LOOKING FOR SOMETHING WE HAVE IT IN LADIES' COAT SUITS. AND suf-fenn- tr 2 MISSES' COATS AND SO COME AND TAKE A LOOK. 1. L. SABERS, . Crab Orchard, Ky. Weil-Earn- ed $i&uHaaSBBVv A' rvBJBBBJBMrT. 1) i.-:AV..PBkA('T- j AV! kji.' mm?-- . aBBMv I" x'V . .".v tM -- d Foot Wear To Suit Everybody 1 VsaP--A vs. l Bing-hamto- n, Haw2T one-doll- ar Tans, Gun Metals, Patents and Velours. High tops for men, Ladies and the little ones. RJ.McRoberts STANFORD, KENTUCKY FALL GOODS NOW COMPLETE Come and see them "WE USE" ataaf DANIEL BOONE AXLE GREW rem And don't have to grease arBrBrJBBrBrBrJBrJaKir3B"BV3Ll Sam Robinson Judge Not Alone by Appearances-Y- et book-agenself-respecting but once a week. We have a full stock of Hiatihg Stoves, Coal Vases J. C. McClary Made in Louisville by CHAS. C. STOLL OIL CO. GoalHsds,Grafe$,&c Call and see them. UNDMTAKKII AND KM BALM KR STANFORD KENTUCKY. ffrM PIMM 117. HMM PhMM 38. SPECIAL Winter Tourist Tickets NOW ON SALE TO ALL WINTER RESORTS ROUND-TRI- P FARES TO Florida, Cuba, New Orleans, Panama Umi Itturm Limit Fall StiM)vef Privileges. Three through daily trains to Florida, via Queen & Crescent Route. Double daily through service to New Orleans. Electrically lighted equipment, including Pullman Drawing.Room Sleeping Cars, Dining Cars, and Day Coaches. For details call on any Ticket Agent, Queen & Crescent Route, or pply to lOI.E.AUtoSt, Uxtfto, Ky; H.C. KINO, Patenter Tick everyone avoids a mangy dog and a t. shabby Fine feathers do make fine birds, and good clothes go a long way toward making a man win his way. Get a new suit and look prosperous. Our fall line is now on display. W.H.Higgins I' V" t Fall and Winter Suitings. Fall and Winter Bamplee ax. now They eomprit. ready tor your larpectlos. I eaa autt anyone tha ben mi U aurkeU prlc. who kad all clothe, made to orat to A. soli made to yonr nuarore la der. ? Um d clolhea. To to ready to BMwnr. dotan't coat any aura than bus. nad awdo vhaa nalltr aad SI if could- ufca jew arad. Oaaaa Uj srw W. E. PERKINS Crab Orchard, Ky Stanford, Ky. IP v. il:, "'. '..- latalMai U At, . 0. MVHBI, Tnml XtMtr liawiMIM V 1WH I m wMaiaM MMffHaWaWetiWi W - . AJ Ht T VwP Jrfffl 4k4l "JS( rr ' M r . 4 . i .tY .W.f "i ST t ftA.lfUm rfi $, .- - (Jb - - f THE INTERIOR JOURNAL STANFORD. KENTUCKY. Royal DaMngPoHder The Woman Makes the Home She makes it best who, looking after the culinary department, turns her back resolutely upon unhealthful, or even suspicious, food accessories. She is economical; she knows that true economy docs not consist in the use of inferior meat, flour, or baking powder. She is an earnest advocate of home made, home baked food, and has proved the truth of the statements of the experts that the best cooking in the world today is done with Royal Baking Powder, . 0 .P. Huffman wns the guest of Mm. Ham Duddernr Thursday nt Oilbcrt's Creek. Mjss Jessie Crutcher, of wns the guest of friends in tliii city. Mrs. Hnrry Jacobs hn been quito ill nt their home in McKinney, but is improving now. Mr. George P. Ilrighl went up to Crab Orriinrd t.) ntlend tho fox hunters' meeting next week. II. Shanks, of Stanford, Mrs. spent scvcrnl dnys with her parents Mr. nnd Mrs. Thomas K. Hnldwin. Uichmond Climax. Miss Sue Scrivener, of this city, who is teaching in Winchester, wim elected fecrctary of tho Seventh District Teachers' Association. An d worthily bestowed, Ih.mor Mm. Nicho-Insvillc, Hich-mou- For the Hair n : ri For Little Folks. It is just as easy to get good looking, comfortable clothing for the children as the and This store puts care and thought into buying the ill-fittin- Are you so fortunate as to be well satisfied with your hair? Is it long enough, thick enough, rich enough? And your hair does not fall out? WeII,weIi,thatisgood. But you may know of some not so fortunate. Then just tell them about Ayer's Hair Vigor. They will surely thank you after using it, if not before. Remember, it does Climax. not color the hair. Show Mr. nnd Mm. Kdgnr Ulanton gave the list of ingredients to n very elaborate six o'clock dinner your doctor. Let him decide Saturday afternoon in honor of Congressman Harvey Helm, of Stnn their value. He knows. J. c. Tn co.. row.n. M. foTd. who wns n Bchoolinntc of Mr. mil. r i g. needs. Children's Cloaks, $1.50 to $5.00 " High Top Shoes, 1.50 to 3.00 Bear Skin Hose, (for boys) 15c May Queen Hose, (for girls) 15c E. Z. Waists for boys and girls 25c H. & W. Cambric Waists 25c Union Suits, 4 to 10 years, 25c Munsing Union Suits 50c Gauntlet Gloves Alpine (Yarn) Caps ----and 50c . Six delightful courses nianton. After i.rn erv clciwntlv nerved. dinner n m.kcr wns enjoyed. Those present were Hon. Harvey Helm. Judge Shnefcelford, Dr. HnTry Tilim. ton, Judge Orecnlenf, Mc.sts, llnr vey nnd Kit Chchnult, F.lmcr Denth. crngc, James C. Miller, Edgar Illnn ton. K. C. Walton, nnd Cnpt. J. K. Pates, most of whom were school, mates of Mr. Wanton. Richmond Climnx. 50c 75c Felt Caps Wool Toques For holiday presents which will Inst n life tunc go to Mueller's jewOOtf elry store. STiTi or Onm Citt or ToLtDO. r -- 19c 25c -- Personal and Social. T. Dimisidc, of Lnncnutcr, were the rucMh of Mr. . I'. Kincnid, Wednesday nml MY. Mr. and Mrs. W. V. Kiiicnid were in Mianon Sunday with relatives Jkfr. nml Mrs. J. and friend. Miss Emma Meier, of Highland is tho Riiest of her siatcra Mm. C. L. (J over. Mrs. Uettio Umh has returned nf. tor a visit to relatives nml friends in Lexington nnd Itichmoud. Mitif.es T.llen Scott and Snllie Smith eiit the day Wodin.dny in Danville. Mrs. Mnry Penny is spending wv-ctdays in the country with her 6iter, Mrs. David Scott. Mrs. It. S. Somcrvilla w vmtinj: lier mother, Mrs. Fitr.wnter nnd oth er relatives in Cynthiann. Mr. Simon 1'etrey nnd bride accompanied hy their rhncron, Mrs. Jnmei Johnson hnc returned from n week's sojourn in Pine Mountains Mrs. .1. H. Foster delightfully en. tertnincd Tuesday in honor of Mr. Those J. C. Hiiyj.' 75th birthday. present wero Mr. and Mr. .1. 0. Hays, Mr. F. Iteid, of Dnnville, Mr. Henry Karri1, Mr. nnd Mrs.. Hays Foster. Dr. Q. 0. Perry wns in Richmond Inst Saturday on bunincss. Mr. nnd Mrs. Will Shunks left Wednesday for Columbus, On., to tho winter. Mr. Adam Pence, who has been m MeCotubs, Miss., novernl months re turned home Wednesday. Mts. F. IK Hutchinson nnd children, of Owcnsboro, nre tho guests of Mr. nnd Mrs. M. 11. Snlin. Mis JDirgnrct Davison has been sick for several dnys, but is better HK-n- f LUC. OOCKTT. b fiutx J. Cheney maire oath that heCD., enlof dotal tartnrr of U firm ot F. J. ciievet btulnrm In the CUT ol Tolrto. Count? end BUM nrm will par the turn ol aforraakl. and that ull InJLI.AIn lor nn end rrtry ONI. ill nm ot c'ATARnn that eannol be turn t7 the w ol Mill? caiman ciac. rnAVK i. ciir.NF.Y. Hwom to brloro m ami nbarritxd la mr Drmnce. Uiw tb dlj si DMcmbrr. A. !.. IIM. i Satteen Rain Capes - - $1.98 Ribber Slipon's $1.25 to $5.00 Rubber Shoes at School Umbrellas i j 38c to 50c - - - - 39c SHORT LOCAL NEWS Big Hen AInnns nt Mueller's, tf shingle Schnitzlcr, Ottenhcim. For ShK A mill. F. OO.p A. W. OLEASON. NdTiRT PuiUC. Ilili'i Catartb Cure la Ukra bitrrnallr and arta dlrrctlr upon the blond and muroua rorfam ot the rratftn. B.nd lor irftimontai. trr. 1 CN C Y A CO, Toledo. O K. J . Sold br all DrunMU. :w. Xitc lloa'a list Inr rrtittlpaUon. t " i I ruw r now. Mr. nnd Mrs. Oscar Huffman nnd hI children, of Danville, nre the guests of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. 0. P. Huffman. Mr. and Mrs. llichnrd Hampton, of l.ebnuon Junction, nre the guests of friend's nnd relatives hero for vevcrnl days. Mrs. W .A. Tribblc went to Kiel:, mond Wedncsdny to visit Mrs. D. II. Itreck. She will return home Sun day in her new nuto Mrs. Darn Doty Trnylor. of Rich several days last week moiid with her daughter, Mrs. Sam Dudde. inr. MUs Florence I'pper.on, of has returned home after a delightful visit with friends nnd re. nnd Intivcs at Indinnnpolis ' Stanford People have opportuni ty to hear Grand Opera Musicians K AIIE unusually fortunate In beln able to offer to the muilc Iotim WW or this city this splendid. New York success. Th. Neapolitans all aoni and daughters of sunny Italy, the land of music hare been a. tig musical success In this country, as well as In their native land. It Is complete orchestra under the direction of Slgnor Arturo Lambertl, ono of tho beat directors of Italy. A special feature will be the serenade mu-l- e peculiar to tho people of Naples tho entire company Ringing and play-tnThe principal vocal features, however, will be rendered by Slgnor Mario, tenor, and Mile. Trevctte, soprano, formerly of tho Manhattan Those indebted to Tne mny cnll Tho latest in solid silver spoons, nnd settle with my sister, Mass Dnisy . nntf forks, etc, at Mucller-VVindevecr, ns I have left my books with her. Mrs. J. C. Lynn. 80 2 Dr. 0. 0. Perry has moved bis of. You want the best policy when ficc over Higgins' store into the Odd 00 2p vou insure. See Fish & Bromley, Fellow Building. Stanford, Ky. Insure everything. Sunday services nt the Baptist There will be a good moving pic church. Prenching by the pator nt both hours. 30:43 A. M. nnd 7 P. M. ture show at the opera houo on Friday and Saturday nights. Why Sundn yschool nt 0:30. not come nnd enjoy the show with Penalty on School Tax will bo ad- jour tricndsl ded on Nov. 1. in Crnb Orchard district. Get you receipt from Miss O. Don't forget to bring in your big M. Lackey ut Crnb Orchard Bank. potatoes for the I. J.'s potnto show For rent for year 1013, brick Monday. $1 for the largest. store room in Stanford, corner of Insko Bastin. Main nnd Lancaster streets, oppoThe wedding of Mr. Clinton Has. site courthouse. J. S. Ilockcr. SCtf tin, of Lancaster, to Miss Curlie Warning Hunters. Insko. of Millersburg, was quite a nny man found surprise to their many friends. Th'cy I will prosecute huntim on lnv plncc. J. K. lianjrn were married Saturday afternoon nt MJ, --R M. nt the home of the Rev. man, Hustoiivillc, Ky. Mack C'ollis in Lexington. The bride Card of Thanks is the youngest daughter, of Mr", to thnuk tho ones who nnd Mr. Clcmon nnd is u very I were so kind and thoughtful ot us attractive and popular young lady, during the illness of our dear one. for the past two years she has been DINK FAHMER. connected with the Bourbon Homo .Telephone Co. Mr. Bastin is the Ab FAccutor of Mary l'cpples, I son of Mr. nnd Mrs. A. 11. Bnstin, He has been local will on Monday Nov. 11, 1012 nt of Lnncnster. nbout 1:30 1 M. in front of tho manager of Bourbon Homo Telephone court houms sell nt public outcry Co., for nbout six weeks. They hnd 2 brood marcs, 2 workhorses; 4 never met until Mr. Bastin went cows nnd somo funning implements. there to nccept this position. They S9-have the best wishes of their many J. H. Paston, friends both here and elsewhere. nt tho Presbyterian Services church on Sunday Nov. 10. Bible school nt 9:30 morning service at 11 o'clock. World's Temperance Day. Young People Society nt 0:30. Even mg servico nt 7 o'clock. The first Hooks wf the New Testament. e In-dc2. Severance & Son. Executive Meeting of the Christian churches of Lincoln county will be held in the lecture room of the Stanford Christian next court dny nt 11 n. m., Every church in the county is urged to send its representative to this meeting instructed to state nmount they me willing to pny toward the county work for the year. P. W. Caster, Chmn. sus-turni- FIRE INSURANCE mmd SURETY BONDS TANPORB, KY. E. D. Pennington, Camity Surveyor 52-6IB X. M. lfEWLAHD General Farm Surveying Phone 172, StaiM, fy. RAGS "Rags" is the name applied by bank tellers to mutilated currency. The torn and soiled paper reaching a bank is sorted out and shipped to the Treasury Department at Washington for redemption. Each month we send in mutilated currency in return for which we receive new money, so that we always have an ample supply of new bills on hand for the use of this bank's customers. Stanford, Fire companies represented tinental, Itoyal, NortliAmcricn. over, Phoenix, Fidelity-PheiuBromley & Bromley, Ky. Con- HanCit-i7-- n, HntnlinrgaHreinen, Life company Northwestern Mutual. Live stock Indiana and Ohio. Health and accident Royal Indemnity. Surety & bonds American N.Y. Lincoln County National Bank Capital $100,000 Surplus $100,100.00 Corner Next to Courthouse. Stanford, Ky. Resources $500,000 not only keep cold out, but conterveabody-warmth- This Bad ; body-f- at Cough, Cold Sloan's Liniment givca quick relief for cough, cold, and bronchitis. Ran., : "W rrlta family ft " nnd if the foundation of health uood discMion 'a Attacked, quick collapse follows. On the first signs of indigestion. Dr. King's New Life Pills should bo taken to tone tho stomach nnd regulate liver, kidneys easy, fcafe Pleasant, nnd bowels. nnd onlv 25 cents nt nil druggists. All parties having claims against the estate of Harvey I'loyd, will present them to the undersigned, properly proven on or beforo Monday All parties owing December 9th. biuuc will please settle by that date. 12. J. Elliott, Middleburg, Ky. 90-3p. A Great Building Fails when its foundation is undermined, SoreThroat hoarseness, soro throat, croup, asthma, hay fever MR.Aini:nTW.Piuci,ofrreJonl, HERTS PROOF. uae bloan'a Uul-tae- nt nnd Bud It an exIn the cellent relief for coMa ami bay feter lag aluiott imuuitlj.'' serves the same purpose, it enables us to resist unsettled elements and serves as the great source of our body-heGreater means richer blood, more fat, not obesity but fat which the body consumes for warmth, vitality, resistance-powe- r as a furnace at Body-warmt- Weather calls for heavy underwear to protect from colds. We are showing : Fleece-line- d h us consumes coal for heat Scott's Emulsion does this. A tcaspoonful meal makes body-warmt- after each h tt.L.. it .tmidaoujhlniau.1 auoox healthy, active blood sharpens the appetite and by raising Scott & endurance-powe- r SLOANS LINIMENT RELIEVED makes all good food do good. It driv out and kttpt out eoU and creating strength. Reject ntbttltutf for SCOTT'S. Down. Bloomficld, at 39c per garment Fleece-line- d at 50c per garment Jersey-ribbe- d at 50c per garment Wright's d at $1.00 Union Suits that fit at 50c, $1.00 Wool-fleece- N. J. 12-- 1 44 pr m Eu-ivp- Services at, the Hustonvillo Baptist church Sunday Nov. 10th. Sunday school 10 A. M., Prenching nt 11 A. M., subject "Christians Working To. gether With God." 7:30 P. M., "The An imporPower of Influence." tant business meeting will bo held ut the close of tho morning and nil members are requested to bo Flaqaed Train With Shirt Tenring his shirt from his back an Ohio man flagged a train nnd saved it from a wreck, but II. T. Alston, Raleigh, N. C. onco prevent ed a wrcok with blectno Hitters. "I was in a terriblo plight when I began to use them." he writes, "my stomach, head, hack and kidneys were nil bndlv affected ond my liver waa in bad condition, but four bottles of Electric Bitters nindo me feel liko n new man.'' A trial will convinco you of their matchless merit for any Momach, liver or kidney trouble. Price 60 cents at all druggists. Mm, I.. llncwKii,of Motielln.n.. vriteai ' I bought ono bottle of your Liniment and UdUmoall the good ly throat wae teryaore, the world. and It cured me of my trouble. SORE THROAT. t and $1.50. all-wo- ' GOOD FOR COLD AND CROUP. Mb, W. It. Siuaoe.5W1 Klmwood Arenue, Chicago, llL.Trrlteai "A little boy next duor had croup. I gaie the mother Sloan'a IJniment to try. She gat hint three drop on sugar before going to bed, and he got up without the croup In the morning." We handle the underwear that protects you from rheumatism. Also underwear for the boys, all sizes & weights ol Pri0:130.,3O0.,$tMO Sloan's Tieattso on the 1 lor to house, New York city, nd late-- of the grand opera companies or Italy. These two lingers will appear In solos and duets. Another splendida soloist Is BJmor Taffo, lolln tirtuoso. who was a great success In with tho Adrlatlo Concert company of Italy. K74 N)Jr 'UAH entire. Opera House, Nov. 11th Phone Shugars & Tanner for your seats, NOW. Dr. IrV I I JrMffl4B I THERE IS REAL PAIMT and also soma stuff mixed with cheapening materials that is not worthy of tha name. If yoe have had experience with the Utter kind you don't want another. If you haven't take our advice and don't Buy our real paints experiment. and save yourself 'disappointment and money aa well. MMfeYCKy. A. ALLEN. Cummins fc W'earen Clothes. Stanford, Kentucky Home of All-Wo- ol I is. V? A- - HjUsV. MM .". " tfi Li ji v "" 1 4 i THE INTERIOR JOUrHAL 1TANFOWD. FARM AND STOCK KENTUCKY. NEWS FARM AT PUILIC SALE SEVERE CHARGE The Emporium Hustoriville, Ky.. over-stocke- d Calls you attention to the fact that we arc they must move. Our misfortune some lines, and is your opportunity. in Reduction in Ladies' Coat Suits and Cloaks. nr To close our Millinery stock early in the season we offer a here that will surprise you. Come and be convinced. Our stock is complete in every line for winter, in every on A full line of men's, ladies' and children's Rubbers. This line is high class. e shoes. This will entertain Ask to see the line of you. YOURS FOR FAIR EXCHANGE, cut-rat- Chas. Wheeler, Hustonville, Ky. Fresh Oysters next Friday, direct from Baltimore. T. D. NEWLAND, opposite Court House Kmry n of the clock brings you iam t tick EESMfSESBL. Ol Ml I II account Capital $50,000. a bank aWyu Surplus $500 J. S. J. 0. nearer your ambitio- n- 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., Stanford, Ky. Pre. tn. i. W. L.McCARTY, Pres. L PENNY, V. Pret. M. SALIN, Cashier. I. RICE, V. EADS. B. P. BROWN, r . IV ? J . H. Baughman & Co. MANUFACTURE Flour, Meal and Shipstuff w Jf miction on Is Made Against a Prominent Madl 1912 In front of the court house nt Stanson County Farmer Pay your bills If yeur earning power ford, Ky., my farm of nbotit 75 acres, located on tho waters of Knob Uiehm.iud, Ky., Nov, 1. No littlo topped? Where vouM the meney Lick, two miles south of Junction sensation was created hero this af come from to rebuild your home City bordering on tho Cincinnati tomoou when Sheriff 1). A. McCord should it burn? Who would f d and Southern railway nnd nenr Ilowen sii'cd u warrant of arrest on doc. clothe your family if you sho i e die Station, Lincoln county, Ky. There Phelps ono of the ucnlthicht nro about 35 ncrcs in woods, the farmers of this county, nt his homo tonight? Have you the money (o buy balance for cultivation about 20 near Wliilo Hall, charging him with more stock if those you have should ncres, in timothy grass. It hns a unlawfully and against die? The answer is easy if you see good houso of thrco Inrgo rooms, detaining good fence around enrden nnd yard. her will a female under 10 yenrs of t also some fruit trees, creek running age. Mr, Phelps executed a bond through plnco nnd can strike wnter of $2,500 for his appearance hero & in 12 feet almost nnywhero on the Friday, November 8, to nnswer tho farm. It is n fine place for sheep charge, which is prefer! cd by Miss and calves nnd would make n fine Lulu Hockaday, the daughter of Mr. dairy and poultry farm. No better and Mrs. Walter Hockaday, one of place could be had anywhere close tho most prominent nnd best to do to the pike and school and market. families of this city. Any man looking for a good cheap A warrant of tho same nature has Mayweed. Miss Hello Mitchell is with home should buy this plnce. It is been issued for William Bucket, a Mrs. C. M. Jones who was very ill sister, Mrs. Alford Coulter nt her in good condition. Tho last crops Dad. n young man of this place, ville. were nil good, and it will raise to- and a close frieud of Phelps. The is trettinir along nicely. Miss Sarah Howard, the teacher Mr. Joe Smith was with home folk bacco and corn, oats, millet, brings warrant against Hnckct is sworn to fine clover anywhere on the plnce. by M. M. Hamilton, n well known of the Tucker school, took all of her Sunday. pupils and other girls and boys on All under fence. Possession given Mrs. Will Parks, of Lancaster, '. at once. Now is your chance for a fnrmor living near this city. Hack n chestnut hunting last Friday. Thev has been the gursl of her mother, is charged by Hamilton with detain- lett nt V oVIock. They went up on Mrs. good home cheap. Pntionco Pritchet. Point Spurr cash ing his adopted daughter, Aniin May The pupils and ate dinner there. Terms. Cash, or one-haMr. George Hurst has returned to had n fino time climbinc nnd the balance in one nnd two Mnupin, who is uudor 14 years of Point Spurr. k'ntherefi Louisville, after a visit to friend Thev yenrs, secured by lien on bunknble age, as alleged. Hacket and Miss many different kinds nil of nuts, chest. here. 0 per cent interest Maupiu were married iu Lexington nuts, hickory note and bearing nuts, beechnuts, und from date of deed until paid. I will later. Lula Hockaday was f ootid in wild grapes. MISS G00CH LUCKY ONE furnish good abstract and good war- Lexington in the automobile of Mr. Handsome Miss Mabel Ward, of ranty deed. Phelps. She was alone when found, New York, is visiting Mr. nnd Mts. Wins Dinner Set In Sam RshlflsftTs I desire to tell my property as I it is snid by Lame Buerson, of Modi, William Boone. This is her first Centest Last Week cannot see to things back there. I son county, a relative, who had gono visit to Kentucky. She thinks Ken. will be present on day of sale. to hunt for tho girl. She had $30 tucky is n fino stnte. She hns been PUtLIC SALE Anna B. Sweeney, which she said Mr. Phelps gavo her. here threo weeks and likes her visit There are only seven weeks more Bloomington, III. l'helns so Lula Hockadav claims. fine. She went with Miss Howard's of Sain Robinson's big Piano conJ? will offer my farm for sale con 815 persuaded her to take an automobile school on the chestnut hunt last test. Miss Gooch was the lucky on Col. J. P. Chandler, Auct. sisting of 50 acres on the Green riv Friday and viewed Poinl Spurr. lust, week and won the Dinner Set. ruie wim mm inursuny, saying wey er 2 2 miles .east of McKinney on As thoy came down Point Hnurr. Now, girls, Bobbltt on Alcorn and Burch would ride around town, but instead get busy or you will be tne J umbo pike on Fontaine Fox Bobbitt heard lions. she says that (die, Phelps, Hacket they had pictures made of the school sorry when the other girl wins. Just and others. Thev returned hnmr nt Thursday. Nov. 14, 1912 onk and Anna Mnupin started to LexW. S. Birrrli and K. S. Alcorn 4 :30 o'clock P. M. each pupil return. think, n fine 400 pinno that you can This farm is level and under good for the democratic ticket nt Crab ington and that she begged Phelps cd home with hnppr heart and lot get absolutely free. The standing fences. Good for corn and grass. Orchard last week, and wrote these to stop and let her come back home. of nice nuts. Tho boys nnd irirls ul the last count was: 10 acres of fine timber land. 5. acres lines to the I. J.: I 35,425 She says they went to the Seelbach along, beside the school were lis fol l.'t KI.823 of meadow, 10 acres of pasture, the Tho speeches made hero today Hotel in Lexington, ,157 where rooms lotto: Miss Mabel Ward, of New 2 L0,ti&0 remainder for cum. .'I -t- '8,705 lork, Mis Dolly Owens, of Brod by the gifted sponkcrs, Hon". W. S. were secured. A new house, barn 32x40 Burch on the Tariff, nnd K. S. Al A. R. Burnnm, Jr., nttontoy for head, .Mr. George Howard, of Crab 4 ll.(ii'2 4047,335 smoke house of two rooms, buggy two of the Phelps, says Mr. Phelps had ar Orchard, Mr. Dave Roberts. 47iG,!?15 house and wood shed, tenant house corn on the Trusts, were Misses Sarah Howard und Misses (J -:-10,077 , nblest upon those subjects it has ranged to go to Lexington on some 434:1,207 of four rooms. afternoon tnk-iu- g Winnie Robert and Misses Grace 7 -1- 0,G75 Will also sell household and kit- ever been my pleasure to listen to. business Thursday Roberts were the guests of Mrs. Jim F 75.705 . 50 41,571 Hacket with him, nnd that they Rnmbo, Saturdav night chen furniture, which is new, all of Burch showed so plainly that the nnd Sunday, by intended to return Hint night, that my stock, a saw and grist mill and tariff is a tax paid primarily 010,877 fit 45,02.5 and went mi the chestnut hunt Fri- 10lumber, crops and a vacant lot at the importer and ultimately by the Hacket invited Miss Mnupin, who day. -8 1,02 f2 45,033 McKinney, and other t bines too consumer, that it certainly convinc- is his sweetheart, 11 -3- 0.555 and thnl Miss 5345,821 Mr. George Mowurd. of Crab numerous to mention. 13 -- 40.470 ed every one who henrd it. What a Hockaday, he presumes, decided to r4 44,555 j This farm is on the best road in pity every voter in the United States go nlnng, being a friend of Miss Orchard, visited his sister. Miss 14 M 53,262 Surah Howard. Thursday nnd Fridav Lincoln county, rural mail, tele- could not have heard it and been Mnupin, ; ,082 that when they reached Mt. Jim Hays. Jr.. of Crab Orch- 15 phone close to school and church. convinced by it. And Alcorn on the Lexington the girls, especially MNs ard, called uu Miss Sarah Howard 1G 73,010 5745,237 John Newell. Hustenvllle 1712,039 58 trusts was the ablest, clearest, mo.t Hockaday, refused to come back. Saturday night and Sundnv. 15,053 84-7R. F. D. No. 1 Box 108. convincing delivered in the nptess In consequence Mr. Phelps come . ,883 Miss Mnbcl Ward and Mr. Bar-- " 1841.005 Boone drove to Crab Orchard 1030,805 CO and most appropriate lunqunge that secured n room for the girls and ., 44,438 ever fell in liquid silver from the he and Hacket sat up in ih lobby Sunday and visited friends there. JO- -4 1,302 PUBLIC SALE golden tongue of genius; what n of the hotel and did not venture 0213.301 Only a Fire Here. 22 10.030 ,857 I will at my farm on Cedar Creek great gift, is the divine inflatus of nenr the rooms until morning, when (54 But the crowd cheered, as, with 23 40,007 . 12,807 oratory. Those who left before the they ngnin tried to get the girls to " three miles from Crab Orchard and speakers concluded weie convicted, come home, but Miss Mnupin snid burned hands, he held up a small 21 40,848 0542,018 seven from Stunford on tum pike and those who remained until tho round box, "Fellows!" ho shouted, 2548,751 ,035 leading from Crab Orchard lending conclusion, were convinced. There she wanted to visit n sister sho is this Bucklen's Arnica Salve I hold, 2041.433 r 0740,988 said to have there and that they has everything beat from Crab Orchard to Stanford aro other local speakers in the counfor burns." 08 41,245 were about ready to start homo iiisiii niso lor noils, ulcers, cores, 2744,704 will sell real estate nnd personal 00 5S.153 ty to whom I have not had the pleas- when found by Diiersnn. pimples, eczema, cuts, sprains brui- 2810,713 property promptly at 10 o'clock on ure nnd honor of listening. I hope ,115 Phelps is 10 years old and marri- ses. Surest pile cure. It subdues "" ,215 71 4G.005 they nro sowing the seed of con. ed, Hacket is about 21. nitlammntion kills pain. Only 2"c SATURDAY, NOV. 23, 1912 3110,445 viction liko those two gifted sons of nt all druggists. 7240,183 My farm contains 20 acres of Innd Kentucky above nnined. :i2 11,338 F .517 take Hustonville Negro Kills G acres in wheat and remainder in pleasure of subscribing my.-e- lf Rowland. . 3.112.508 their 7445,001 Another in Danville. ,017 grass, 5 room dwelling with porch rd mi ring friend, Mrs. Bichard Martin, of Danville, 31 10.815 (I)auvillu Messenger.) never failing well nt back porch, all 7700,271 FONTAINE FOX BOBBITT Cobb who camo to this coun- hns been the guest of her mother. 3510,305 Sam :'C 111. I (15 ,307 necessary outbuildings including to. ty from Hustoiivillo sonic time aco. Mrs. Milford Hall. bncco barn 32x00, nUo blacksmith Goshen School Roll of Honor Mr. and Mrs. M. O. Bastin have 37 12.057 7940.028 was tried charged with shop near church and school house Fourth month. 8018.505 isit to 3S - 12. 538 whipping his wife. La-.- t night, he returned home after a and good neighborhood. If this place 8150,013 Primary. -- Wilbert Holtzclnw, went to his home on Knst Walnut friends at Bedford, I ml is not hold on that day will be rent- - Mary Formati. Mer Bernard Hngin, of Liviugton street, his wife was fiom home, he S3 52,074 od on that day for the year of 1913 Grade 1 Goebel Swoid, Nannie hoisted a window ami found Robert was the guest of Miss Uon Hall, 41 -I- 0.04S 42 H,31S 81 ,50.108 to the highet bidder. The following Anderson, Andrew Breedlnve Wil- (iiltMiu in bed. f olib secured n mal- Satuidiiy. Thomas Burton nnd Mrs. 3 heat liam Trnylor, Albert Duddcrar, Leo personal property Mrs. let striking (iili-o- n, who was found Posted Huntlno Forbidden. ing stoves, 2 coal nnd one wood, 1 na Miller, Earnest Anderson. unconscious mid died shortly after Posio Button urc on tho sick lUt. We, whoso names aro signed berange cook stove, 1 bedstead, safe Mis. George Martin nnd children Grade 3. Rosu Breedlove. wards. Gibson came to this place positively f orbi.l nnv bunting 1 two horso wagon, 1 buckboai'd Grade 4. Pearl Boon, Herbert from Evnnsville, Ind., nnd was of Livingston, und Mrs. Sim llixon low,fishing upon good as new, some 100 pound hogs, Holtzcluw. and little son. of Louisville nrc with or W. F. Semonis, our premises: with Cobb. The nccuscd Iionidin Wm. J. Beck, Fred 100 shocks of fodder one good JerVonGruenignn, G. made his and hns not been their mother, .Mis. .Milford Hall. Chas. , of Junction City, T. Willson, Kd Gooch,Baumann, Myers .Mrs. J. llarri-sey cow and lot of scrap iron and To the Taxpayers of the Lutes & All parties are colored. arrested. has been tho guest of relatives here. C. M. Allen. Ed Ballard. J. II. Car-to- r, other things too numerous to men West End of the County. T. C. MnniicK of Gravel tiion. Terms made known on day . Mrs. John M. Cnrter, Snm Cnstello, Wt will be in Moreland. Nuv. 15, PUBLIC SALE Switch, was with friends herd Fri Mrs. Mollio White. of snle. W. A. BRENT, J. P. Chand from 8 A. M. to noon. Hustonville will sell at public sale on T 89.5. day. ler, Auct. Friday evening and Saturday, Nov. loth beginning at ono o'clock Mrs. Rebecca Kidd, of Lebanon, 10. Mt. Salem on Monday 18, from William M. Despian, n farmer of 8 A. M. to noon, McKinney in the P. M. on tho premises, a house nnd is with her sister Mrs. Will James. Mrs. S. K. Carter has rteumed Marion county while superintending afternoon. Will have INt of the dirt eight ncros of land nt Turnersville, the construction of a wire fence the road claims. W. L. McCnrtv, Shei known us the Neal property. J. N. home after a pleasant visit to Mrs. Cash, Admr. Geo. Cnsh. Job Mnssey. of Tuiuensville. wire gave way allowing the stretch iff. 00-Mr. and 5Irs. F.d Smith are re. ers to strike him in the forehead with tLLLLLLLLLLLLHHiBLLLLflL A A TEXAS WONDLfl. juicing over the arrival of a fine great force. The blow rendered Change in Insurance Firm The Texas Wonder cures kidney baby girl. Ho was carried him unconscious. W. S. Fish, of the firm Mrs. Katie Stevens und littlo son, and bladder troubles, removing grav to his home and a physician huriedly of Fish & Bromley, insurance has sold to A. el. UNDERTAKERS AND cures diabetes, weak and lame Lester, of Louisville, were tho guests summoned. It was found upon T. Bromley, his inteiest. in the busiALSO DIAL. that Mr. Despian had suf- ness. The new member of the linn backs, rheumatism, and all irregu- of her father, Mr. L. T. Smith last R IN FURNITURE. MAT. larities of tho kidneys and bladder week. fered a bad fracture of the skull. is tho father of Mr. TINQS, RUQS. THEY WILL Fish's former Mr. nnd Mrs. Will Perkins spent men and women. Regulates EXCHANQE FURNITURE partner, David S. Bromley, nnd is in both Sunday with her brother, Mr. Kd. FOR ALL KINDS OF STOCK. an experienced business and iiiMir-mic- e bladder troubles in hildren. If not IVE THEM A CALL. FRICI Lunsford at Walnut Flut. man nnd n hustler from start sold by your druggist, will be sent to .finish. The new firm will he Brom by ranil on receipt of $1: Ono small ley & Bromley and no better or more bottle is two months' treatment, and thoroughly posted insurance men seldom fails to perfect a cure. Send can be found anywhere. Mr. Fish is for testimonials from Kentucky and Dealer In yet undecided as to his future, but other stutcs. Dr. E. W. Hall. 2928 his host of friends nil over this sec Olive street, St. Louis, Mo., Sold by tion trust he will not leave Lincoln bhuirars and Tanner. For snlo, nliout 100 head of hogs. Henry Kidder, near Oltcnheim. 85 3 Brindle cow, crop o(T right enr, camo U my plnco Sept. 10 Owner can feet her by paying for this notice nnd hor keep. Frank Adkins, Morclnnd.lp For Snlo. 1,000 bushels of atrip-pe- d blue grass seed. Kxtrn quality. 80 cents per bushel in f0 bushel lots Must bo taken this month. II. C. Bright, Danville. Kv. 83-For Snlo nt n Bargnin. Or will rent to good tobacco man, 13" acres fnrra between Turnersville and Jumbo; good buildings; fine water. Chan T. Willson, It. a, Stanford. Ky. 87-- 3 Sovornl niee farms for rent or sale in the McKiuney soction; running in size from 50 to 200 acres. For fur-tuer information apply to D. C. Sip-piMcKinncy, Ky. 88-3- . For Sale. House and two acres of land, 4 2 miles from Stanford ou Hustonville pike, house; (rood barn and other outbuidings ; ever lasting spring on place; fruit trees and fine garden. O. E. Lutes, 79-Stanford. For Sale. Fine mule jack. This jack is in a class bv himself as a mule jack. You will have to ne this jack and his colts to appreciate him. He must be sold by Nov. 15 as I will leave for the south after that time. Turner's colts have sold this season at $130, in 1910 several sold at the Brodhead fair for $125. B. B. King Moreland, Kv. 83-0. e, 1-8. 5. I will Saturday, November, 9, cll nt public WHO WOULD "6 Insurance BROMLEY 3pcilista Stanford, - . Kentucky BROMLEY J well-know- lf 1-- 41-45- -- ;,n040 t 56-40- p. 59-45- 01131 03-42- -- 00-45- 20-42- .078 70-00- 30-44- 73-45- 75-40- -- 78-50- 30-48,40-12- 559 ,145 82-4- 0,352 to-w- 1 Nov-emhi- J.L.Beazley &Co T! 2. H. B. Norihcott are dealers in Wheat, Corn,Hay Straw, Salt, Portland Cement and Coal. Prompt attention and your money's worth at all times. Phone 11 StsmforJ Kentucky. Poultry, Eggs, The Peevish Child Needs a Laxative Cald-well'a Produce, Salt, lime & Cement PHONE 153. wmm n opu L.K2mV2W A 1 A Training; TAA""fj .., MONEYS lV in .! tlj-j-. -- School for Teacher wudlu, iitUla tlOMUfl. Y.ltl ! BcaMi, Cmmm. TvHtoe CmrMl.t4lc uwMa U r ftwvsij, Kl.BfWT, hum Ci ail PuhlL. Tim U Am- - eta Bill ,! Stanford, Ky. KlUrW mw BatolMkMi. "ULt kl!4U Jut 14 ASM. HmUmX V Wetellvmihaw.aiMltMvhMtma-- v. prlcci. w re dnlera; nublUhcd In ISM; and can do BKTTKR for yea agrn.. vi kuuiaiiMieii merc. chants. Kefwenceaaay bank la Wrll for weekly price lit. m-M-- ' IWtkTAUI, CtiiifpyK it. Umm0 I. s, Sl trtol R. IMMMUL Baatora to FUM, HtMS, WML. M. SABCL 4. SONS) AMI. ST. It ta natural for a child to lauch and piay and when It aulka drowally or crlea you may depend on It aometlilnic pnyricai ia mo mailer, ir you Me no evidence of a aerloua aliment you will not bo wrong If you quietly nlve It a done of mild laxative that evenlm on putting It to bed. The remedy moat generally recommended for tbla purpoae la vr. Syrup t'epaln, which mothers throughout tho country have been giving their children for a quarter of a century. Today thousand of famlllea are ualng It where hundreds uaed It then, and there muat be good reaaon for thla word of mouth recommendation. It la admittedly the perfect laxative for children, women, old people ami all otbara who aeed a gentle bowel atlmu-laand not a violent aalt, cathartlo pill or doctored water. Dr. byrus Papain will act gently, Caldwell's and when taken beor retiring: wilt bring com nt plete eat faction In the morning. After a aliort uae of thla remedy all forma of outatde aid can be dlapenaed with and nature wilt again act alone. All claases of good American people keep It in the home for Ilia of the stomach, liver and bowela, and among who have written the ili!. that they wilt never be without It are Mra. J, W. Haynea. Brady, Kv, and Mra. K. U Weeka, JT4I W. 2nd St.. Oweniboro, Ky. A dose of It haa aavofl many a person from a aerloua lllneas. Anyone wlahlnar- to maka; a trial- af thla ; zz A.. rsuieujr uerore Duy . wav or a. . iirun -- - -uouar a large em a have a sample free of charge by atrnply addresalag Dr. w. B. Caldwell. 401 Waahla Montlcello. ill. Tour name aM iliri on a postal sard will do. h0"" k. ..i .- -- a J 1 1 LW t. 1 4