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The Interior Journal STANFORD, LINCOLN COUNTY, KENTUCKY. TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 12, 1012. s ( Papr WM Hf WhM Ymt Yew Date ami Ifencw PriwyWy TUESDAYS AND FRIDAY. MANY DEMOCRATS IS HEARD IN THE LAND National ers Association of Fox Hunt. leflns Annual Meeting at Crab Orchard 1'ritb Orchard, Ky Nov. 12. The ll'lli niiiuiiil incctliiK f 'I"' N"' ionul Fox Hunters Association be tin it session here Momliiy morn ing nt historic old Crab Orchard Spring" lil''i will' sportsmen mid ,poitwomen nml their blooded utiL from lmlf n i1o7.cn liuilrt present nt tulcs. The iirrny of hound this meeting i siiid to he thn finest that has been seen in n number of enrs. ltevcrsiug tlic uunl onler of the program, the nil nged stnkc was before the Derby for tbo nt this year' meeting, so tbo filler dogs were led out for the first licnt Monday. About .' entered in the Jnilinl race, the priiiclpnl entrants being Oen. Itoger Williams, Lexington three hounds, Col. Jnrk Chiiin, Wood foul county, three; Arch Wnl kcr of Giurnrd two; George He, of St. Paul, Intl., two' T. (t. Jumos of Mississippi' Uo; J. II. Lime of Ala lianui four; doe II. Smith, of Lc.xinp. ton tlireo; T. 11. Sontt, of Camp Nel. GeorAnn one; Sam (1. Storey, of J. II. Wilder, of Vincent, gia, two? Aln., four; Dr. Cusper, of Louisville, two; V. K. Ilerrin. of Chirks villc, Miss., one W. J. Iavill, of Camp iu-hV..1-- .1. (. I'. Miiunin. of Mudi. county two; Stanley Plnkc, f ou Cynthinnu. four. Tli.. first run was made through what are known as the Cedars on nlaee towanls the ii... ..!! Cook A fox was started mmiii uf. knob-- . tor the chuso but no capture was wind irrcvoui mnde. A rather .n..r Hum fair work being ac complished by the dog- -, and tbe chase was not couiwueii mug. i- cXKctvd that, all of threo days limy be required for decisions in the Aged stake, by the judges wbo nre It. .. .Moss uf Camp Nelson. Hay-lc- n Peyton Unveil, of Lancaster, of Preachcrsville, L. D. Parrib, of Nicholosvillo, and Win Dieker-tu- i, rurnnr. f Wiuona. Mi. They fol lowetl the do;.' clooly Monday and look many note of Hie pcrtorman ces. H'" meet . 'i'!;t. indoor feature the annual bench show will be held nt tli.. SntiiiL's on Wednesday. That evening the iiuiuial hop will bo given which is always maile u iieligniiui ...;.! v i.vi'iit. The derby for the i expected to be tuingcr hound tdnrtcd Tliurstlay. ; Hardin Hutchins. given her A pleasant' surprise, hot of friend in this community when ncWH wnn received last Thins day of the marriage of Mrs. llcs.sic Fariirt Hardin to Mr. E. E. Hutch big, of Carlisle. Tho nuptials wcro Holemnixeil nt the Seclbach Hotel in tho pteenco of a few intimate friends. Mrs. W. S. Deidmm wa Itev. J. II. her only attendant. Ilriney, pastor of the Christian church, said the nords which made tho twain one. The bride wajt very queenly ami hnntlsoinc in n blue tailored Miit with hat to match. Mrs. Denham, her matron of honor, worn n'suit of brown. After a ahprt htay in Louisville, Mr. and Mrs. Hutch, iugs Telurned to Stanford, wheiu they weie given u most cordial gieetiug nml hhowercd with gootl wishes and congratulation from their host of friend. Mrs. Hutclu illgs is one of the nm-- .t lirlinru wimc eii in Stanford, the tlaiighter of iMr. Henry Farris ami sister of Mr. Oeo. Fniris. Mr. llulcliinvrs is a prominent traveling nml business man. J. J. Elliott Passes Away John J. Elliott, one of tho best ilireim of tbo West End, passed nwny at his homo nt McKinnoy on Sntutthiy Inst, having Ihcd faithful ly and well the allotted time of three score nml ten. An honest man is the noblest work )f Cod iind truly was this exemplified in the deceased for ho was true to bis friends nml his word wiih his bond. He was ever kind ami considerate of those about him nml will be mietl not only by his family but by the community in general, for ho was a good citien. He is survived by eight children, nil giowu, mid u host of friends sorrow with them nt their loss. After services nl his late homo by Mr. J. C McCbuy the lemains weie laid nwny in the McKinney cemetery on Moii day afternoon. MR. AND MRS. MARSHALL Portrait! of tne Ntxt Vic Prcildent and Hla Wlfa. Rcnt - aaaaaaaaaaaaam akK aaaaaaaaaaa .aim-.TVa- M'mti jmK crV'ai. aaaLaLaaaaaW. aWaaaaaaaak. Girl Who Often Visited Here Hurt Mi., Mabel Diiiiii, of N.ililesville, liid wbo has visited Mis Anna t'hanrc-liufor several week in thp Miniiiwr was ,hot ami very seriously viMlitig Mr. ami Mr. George A patty of Owen- - at Mnysvillo. voiitit: men and women went out in ii'ilo .in u coon hunt, and while Do- -l (limit place near .Mur vithvville. he mistook them for Hal matitudeis ami shot nt loweVu litem, tbo biJI fluid; Mi.--s Diimi in v.ns voiiuded last Friday night. She paiug the back, ciu through ti sweater ami itnbedcd itself in her bieast. The last news icceivcd here wa thnt flic was thought to he improving ilnw ly. First Confederate Pension Here The t'.rst pension to be. .'ranted to in Lincoln :i ('onfeileriite soldier couutv, was awuitleil to (Jeorjje P, Itiiht, of tin city, by the State Pension Hoard last week. Quite n number of applications are in from Lincoln, but the board is them alphabetically, and bis was Deck, l.'achcl the His' iiamu reached. con-itler-- in Mrs. J. M. Gooch had Largest Potato A potato Wtiii-l- i Weighed 29 OilfiCCS or just ihicc ounces short of two pounds', and tent in by Mrs. J. M. Oooch, of the (loshen section, of the county, won the dollar hill offered by the I. J. for the largest Irish po SCHOOL AGRICULTURAL Into raised in the county. Theie were u number of entries some showTo Be Held at McKlnney Four Days ing moie than one potato. All were weighed by Mr. T. 1). Newbintl Moil Next Month. day ami the weights refolded were M. (looch 20 McKiiiuey, Ky., Nov. 11 agri as follows: Mrs. J. 20 1.2 ounces; tlaVh will be ounces; J. M. Stone, cultural school of four 21 ouii?es; Emit Meier held in the nchool house at .Me Kin- John Zwahleu 20 dm ney on the '!, I, ti nml U of Decern, 20 J2 ounces; Charily III mi ounces; ounces; J. II. Eiiglemnii The school will bo conducted her. 18 ounce, J. II. by n number of the profess,,? from W. D. Johnson. Camenisch M Kentucky State University nt Fails, 10 ounces; J. It. the outlet '. Lexington, assjxted by a man from the government ilepattmcnt. This Mistook his Wife for a Burglar rate oppoitunily for the fjinnc.s Sam Drown, n farmer residing in and business men of this hcction of the state. Kwry man within ten the southern part of Marion county, mile of McKinuey oiii;lit to attend near the Cnsey county line, shot this school. 'If you nre not able to nml fatally wounded his wife.whom burglar.' Mr. c.iine from your home each day it ho mistook for a ltiown, during the night, heard the will pay you to come to town and board in order to attend the school noii" of n door eoing, ami that mi intruder was in the nml hear so able men as we will house, he reached under his pillow, biie. The school - absolutely free to drew his pistol and fired toward thu everyone that caies to attend. All door. The bullet struck Mr. Drown wlm wns returning from the dining it ro-t- r, you i your time while ' It dor- - not matter if you loom, where she hail gone for n glass of water. She lived only n have lived on it farm nil your life urn hne not learned tpiite every- few hours. Since the tragedy the thing yet ami if you will attend this husbiiuil has been beide himself Mr. Drown wns 2.'J school think you will nml that with gtief. c inueh to 'e b'lino'd .ear of age. She leaves a babe J'ct about funning that will cau-- e your four mouths old. barn to glow fuller nml your horses, Dr. Sims Wins Race cattle nml hos, to grow flitter mid your pocket book to grow bigger; It. E. L. Sims, (,f this place re. ami above all your life will grow ccivetl yesterday the gratifying news sweeter mid more enjoyable. Every of the' election of hi brother. Dr. one thnt wishes to attend this school John Moigan Sims to the office of county. Ilk, Dr. will please send me their name. Coroner of Miuli-o- u Sims lies nt Collinsville. n city of IIOU.U'E CALDWELL. ithoiil 10,000 inhabitants. The coun ty is a very large one, containing 17 October Honor Roll Senior Thomas Coleman, domes good sied cities, I lie county sent, "ooper. Lillian .Mueller, Unix, Kir. EdwiinUulle, being a cil of 10.000. The office of Coroner there is a ho it. Junior.- - Lffio Itaughmnii. ItoLeit wry important one paying a salary of Vo.OOO u year. Dr. Sims iiiatle Curler. "opiii'nuuc Mary S. ('pub. 'lii" the race on the democratic ticket and won by .820. The county is re. Ion liiluium, Sallie M. Cmi., Hin-- y F.i'incr. Hi ten .Mae Ilollel.nr, 'vii-ti- i) publiciiu by '..r.00. I'mits, Anna D. McKobsn- -, Moiy il. Ii'aney, I Jessie Moore. Mn.vnie Dr. Southard Comes to Stanford fcuiglt Ion. Dr. 1). It. Southard, of Mt. Vernon one of the best known young physic Frcshmiin Maud Arnold, (lame Jcjso fans in this part of the state, has vvt Iliokcr. inocd to Stanford mid will be n. Urath. MIL Matsy Crimes Xt sociated with Dr. 1'. J. Drown in hi W. lill, Lettio W. iMcKiuncy, pi net ice during the absence of Dr. Jean a.lou, Martha S it.co-y- , M. M. Phillips in Chicago. Dr. Maoiice 'tucker. Southard is a former sjudent of Dr. II. Iltdiart Arnold, Leo Drown, ami is splendidly equipped Clinic uard I ..Haiti, Annie V. Crn".:, Fran in every way for the responsibilities cis l'labiy, Leo Mcrhon, Nn.iev K. lie assumes. He has purchased the Ai"'.iiiiiey. Annie A. Povu I, l!e'lt home ot L. It. Hughes on lower Main lvii'Woll, sheet, mid will, with his family, be larcnce Singleoi. (Jr.ult. VI. Hester Atiiler.ini. Ell given n cordial Welcome to Ibis rnbi lb ( nrler, Annette We.iivu, May -a 1 Ih-rPies-(icrtrut- le , 1 C BaaaBjaT7?9&tSK Serious Acclrfent Narrowly Averted As Hiibcit Cnritenter and Miss llcrtn Jean Penny were rounding tlio nnrrow ami steep S. Curve on tho Prcachcrsvillo and Crab Orchard pike where so mnnv neicdents occur Sunday nftcrnoon, they came upon a horse and buggy containing n children. One of man, woman ami the children fell over the right side of tho buggy nml under it whilo the moiher attempted with it child in her arms to jump out on tho left side, they also landing under the buggy. The horse began to buck ami it seemed them would suicly ho badly ' mangle. Mr. Carpenter had his. D C It Machine under control nml brought it to mi instant standstill, while Miss Penny saved one of the children from the horse's heels. Had it not been for this and tho fact that I ho lioio was not frightened tho few bruises, cuts and torn clothes would not have told the tale. This should be a warning to tho public nt least not become frightened when meeting nu unto until the horse does. Kentuckian for the Cabine? aaaTKafaaaaaPI t aaaaK afe TalLaaF Laaaaaaar Laafl Thij Cincinnati Enquirer last week snid: There is considerable talk that n Cabinet position will come to aaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaKaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaa T'aaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaM Governor former Secretary of the Dcmoctatiu NaU lonal ( ointmttec; Judge Alex P. Ilumphtey, Judge Samuel Wilaon mid Johnson K. Cnmden are spoken of, in this connection. At the Haiti more convention Gov. Beckham's mentioned for Cabinet Mime, wa honor, but those close to him say that ho prefers a seat in the United States, Senate. Ollic Jamejs also is spoken of as n Cabinet possibility, but James would be sure to decline it if it was tcndeied him. Deckhiim. Kentucky. Former I'rey Woodson, Photos by American Presi Association. OWE IT TO BECKHAM Bowling Green Paper Says Demo- crats Should Make Him Senator Tinies-Journnl) Vi.'tlou Cooper, Cnr"M s, t. Mill John It. McKmn. y. .MM? 1.'. li.-- Thelma Fitiuei.., I'toatli Sevemnci. (hiulu V.- - Francis Corni.nev, Al pl.a Funic, .Mae Cover, Sophie Sani'. dels. (Iriitlu JV. Hcitlia IllankeiinUip, !' Farris, Tliebaa Powell, t Vi" I'io.T Smith, Sh'iuks. Crntlo III. Olatly s Arnold, Add', Catarrh Sufferers Astonished M mile still I'cli, .'osepliiue (iooi.'i, Hooth's 11YOMKI, the soothing, Hi.i hii'seu, Mattie It. Kmc.id, Mar. henliup, perm destroying nir Rives gie Lynn. iustntit relief. (iiiide li Mary K. lloeker, Kot'i If you already own a HYOMEI el ti i, r : ' I Eddie It. !au;linio, bard rubber inhnler you can cet a bottlo v)f HYOMEI for only GOe, Tho Atlelin Prot'tor, Xellio Mitenell Leliii C. I.'.mcy, Frances Tate, Lett fa Mi. eompleto outfit, which included Fii.li, Leo D. Fiiher. is $1, and is bold by 0. L. Iir, , .lamie Orade 1. Matilda l'cnnv on money back plnn. Olga Camenisch, Maggia With overy bottlo of HYOMEI Marnelt, comes n small booklet. This book Hutchiiistiu, Knthcriue Kine.ud, Lu tells how easy and simple it is to cindii Miller,, James 'Pnxton, Mary kill Cntnrrnh irorms njul end Catarrh Louise Stone, Dorothv Tribble, by just breathing into tho Iuiiks over Walker. tlio cntnrrh infected membrane the Primary. Annelle Car.on, Maupowerful yet pleasant antiseptic air rice Murphy, of Eucalyptus lroui tlio ininmi ior-st- 8 This book tells of Australia. Democratic Campaign Chairman about tho HYOMEI vapor treatment that ho is for stubborn Catarrh. Croup, heavy J. X. Camden announces nomination folds and Sore Throat, and other not a candidate for Jho for U 8. senator next year. interesting facts. $100 REWARD Will be paid to anv person having iiny kind of imin or uche, if Sliini' Oiiicl: ltelief Liniment fails to instant relief ami the purchase, price is not refunded. Trv it and see. f0 cents at all Dim.'uists. Mni-gare1L-IILtl-cilo Swope Estate Divided In the paitition of u large part of the estate of the late Col. Thomas at Kansas City, Mr. II. Swope, Frances I lytic, wife of Dr. D. Clark Hyde, icceivcd properly valued nt Dr. Hyde, whose wife is fllS.OOO. n niece of Col. Swojh, is under charged with the murder of the millionaire philanthropist. Feli.c Swope, of Mill way, Ky., a nephew of Col. Swope, received propeily valued at .71,000. Tho property divitl ed today by agreement of the 10 heirs wns nppruiscil nt n valuation of .tl,:i.')0,000. Coming to Stanford Jacobs, the well known monument builder, of McKinney, is soon to hcfcomc a resident of Sim ford. On Jununry 1st, next, he will move his family to thu properly on cemetery hill, now occupied by Stephen Iluidette mid family, where ho will be convenient nt his increaK. ing volume of business in this section He is well equipped for his worlf ami will have his office ami materials Harry for building monuments, etc., at hi' home. markers (Howling Green Pre-"Xow that the neighborhood. itlentinl campaign ha closed, and Massey Risk victory has perched the tli.- - Iimini't of Detiioerney, the llitiill Itev. Ju.s. Dalluu said the words These crops were harvested fiom eyes of the public may again lie Friday which united in the holy s, than nn eighth of nn acre of bonds of matrimony W. J. Rik mid turned to Stale affairs. Following land. Mr. Gerlach planted his first .Miss Luck Miissey, n popular young bed ten years ago. He is only 22 up trend of Mr. Wilson'. pleading's couple of tho county. They left for years of age and has just completduring the campaign to back his nt' Florida on n short wedding trip. ed the finest residence in German-town- , with n Democratic ministration mid mnde till the mon y from Semite ami Douse it now les'olves To the Taxpayers of the gineng. Ho has 'the largest gin West End of the County. seng fiirm in Central Kentucky and upon Kentucky to send a democrat We will he in Morcluud, Nov. l.'i, is one of the few who have not' to fill the desk now occupied by Senator Dratlley at Washington. Put from S A. M. to noon. Hustonvillc dropped. out of the busiue,. DanFriday evening and Saturday, Nov. ville Advocate. two years separate the lime of such Hi. Mt. Salem on Monday IS, from an election, ami choice must he made i A. M. to noon, McKinney in the High School News by the partv at n primary long lifteinoon. Will have list of the dirt (Dy Jas. Cooper.) disparagthat time. Without toad claims. W. L. McCurtv, Shei Miss Vcrna Rout, '15 was absent ing the claim, of other cuuilidnli:, 90-iff. S.01U'.: last week Jit account of ill, party who may aspire or men in the --ttes. to this honoied office, the Times-JournFIVE GIRLS WIN A few weeks ngo Choral Club wns is of the opinion that organized in the high school room Deckliaiu is tho most lor. Spoons in the Richardson with .Mr. Thomas Coleman, '13 as ieal candidate. It is due the Demo Silver Store's Big Contest il president and Miss Effie Iluughmnn emtio party to right the wioag was chosen secretary, and treasurer by those vampires mid leechThe standing in the Diamond Ring Special nitlMe has iot tieen Toeeiv es in the party's ranks, when the Contest of the Itichardson Store at ed by this club, which will be ren- preent Senator was elected. "Mr. ISeckhum was robbed of hi, Junction City for the week ending tleretl at the thanksgiving service. rights by the perfidy of those trait' November Hlh 1012 is as follow.s. This soeietv is under the lendershiii He Fivet of the gitl won the silver of Mr. Ilockcuborry, our vocal teach ors mid the whisky combine. er. could have easily won his light by spoons. Mis, Josephine Carpenter, '14 wns 20,!()n selling his honor mid birthright to .Miss Lucy McCoid 280,430 absent one day hist week. this whisky combine which had so Miss Georgia Wells A Dutch lunch was enjoyed nt the 108,280 long controlled politic, of the state. Mis Hattie Leigh l.VJ.OOO home of Mis, Maw M. ltanev. Fi-i- . Hut Air. lL'ckham was a true South, Mis Alma Cosby 148.850 day night. Many good thing, were urn gentleman; one in whose early Miss Kloia Minor li((l,200 served tturing the evening and every tiaining weie inculcated the seeds Miss Annie Atkins of 'Honor ubove. life, above all Miss LaVinia McGruw ... 110,4o0 body enjoyed themselves. Guests things.'' Defeat of his ambition was Mis, Donahelle West 104,000 werre Mis, Kate Itnney Mr. Harry 10:i,2o0 Carter. Miss Mary E. McKinney and sweeter to him than dishonor. That Mis, Dhinche Dunn !)8,."0 Mr. Joe Hill. Miss Murv M. lfmiev I'omiuatioii, fairly won by him in n Misi, Laura Kelley 82,000 anil Mr. Thomas Colemap. Miss At1. Democratic primary in which the .Miss Paulino Taylor 04,550 nu 11. Mcl(oucrt and, Mr. Tom people declared him their choice for Miss Lulu Seweli Miss I wiie Lyon, 02,500 Phillips, Miss Mary S. Cook and Mr the Tinted States Senate, still 57,950 .lame Cooper. mains unredeemed nml n most dam Miss Christinia No,ka Miss Annie Milburn and Miss 50,000 nable blot remains upon the fair Mis Alice Durham 55,400 Lucy Smith, of Clns, '14 were nb. name and virtue of an honorable Miss Itcssie Wright 47,850 sent some last week. Democracy and the good people of Mi., Mary Heck Miss Mamie Jones 45,200 3!is Gertrude Wilkinson, '15 was this great 'Commonwealth. 1)0,850 absent hti-- t week. "Mr. Hockhmii has hided his time Miss Dora McAneley Mr. Silas Anderson '10 has been 114,200 to recover his stolen jn'operty. Last Miss Anuh Pruitt '. .i:t,300 rwiiy from school n few days. year lie would not entir the race in Miss Elsie Alstott The Stanford hiyh school football 27,000 opposition to Senator James, when Miss Mary Clnrksou 20,800 team will play the Freshman team no doubt he could have obtained this jMi, Gracie Lawsou 14,800 Irom Danville (. I. on our grounds coveted toga for himself. He de- Mis, Clara Mattiii 12,000 Friday, Nov. 15. A gootl crowd is sired to receive his stolen propel ty ,'Miss Josio Walker 10,100 expected out as well as a good game. from the soirvco from whence it was Mi?. Elizabeth Curler 10,100 taken, theicby vindicating his party Miss Fredia Seltsmmi Clarence Sipple Acquitted fiom the slain iutlieted upon it by "There could bo no better medicine The ease of the Commonwealth the injury done him. Thi, inaguan-mini- s conduct will not go iiureward than Chamberlain's Cough Remedy. ngiiinst Clarence J. Sipple, charged cd by Kentucky's good people us u My children wcro nil sick with with false swearing, which was oc. vhooping cough. One of them was cupying the attention of the court nt whole. The honor of Democracy i ul stnko; the party must ivdeecin its in bed, had n high fever and wns the hist report wus a hotly trial. It was given to the pledge to him. nml confer this Sena fonghii'g up blood. Our doctor gave torial toga upon him. Mr. Deckhmn them Clin mboi Iain's Cough Itcmedv mry late Friday evening and after will ho a candidate, mid the people nml lht"fist dose eased them, mid, considerable deliberation Sippli was vill right the wrong nml victory will three bottles cicd them." says Mrs, acquitted. D. F. Martin wus fined he supreme, as wilhoui such action It. A. Dopli'sf)i. of Lexington, Miss, 50 and easts for flourishing a pis tol nt Charles Dnwes.T For Sn'e by Penny's Drug Store. it could not possibly Jie." . bo-fo- io 2. al Evans Blackerby. County Clerk Cooper is'aiied license Monday to Silas Dlnckerby mid Miss Eliuhcth Evans, mid they were united the same day in the holy bond, of matrimony. Tho bride is a daughter of Jame Evans of More-lanIt. while the groom is nn iudus Irious young farmer of the Jumbo near General News Notes The L. & S., has increased its capital stock by .$1,200,000. Roosevelt put Tnft in White Houso mid agisted mnterinlly in taking him out. Judge Tracy, nt Covington rttnis etl to appoint a receiver for tho Uur. ley Tobacco Siciety. The Turks have been driven cit of Eorope by tho Dnlkon Alii?,' who ifo now rhinning to cnpluru Constantinople. Roosevelt heat Tnft about, a million in the popular vote. Their com. bined vote was almost a million moru than Wilson's. Final letunis show thnt Frank 7. O'lla'r the young ex Kentuckian. has defeated "Fuclo Joe" Cannnii by about 500, tho second tin.a thu lias met defeat in 10 years of polities. An L. & X., through train from Fin-idi- t in Ciinir.i.oti ran' into im open switch near Pari. The i.ngine turned o'vr, killing tho cngiiuer ami hndly 'injuring the fireman aid a dining car waiter. Xo pa'.saag'jrs vcie hurt. Every Judge on tho Court of Appeals bem h of Kentucky will l.o a democrat when Judge C. C. Turner takes hi sent. He tlefen'il Judge A. J. Kir' in tho 7th appelate ordinarily heavy republican, hv 2,:no. Richard Freeman, n farmer of near Tyrone, shot, and instantly kilU ed Ins brother m law, John Hnrlow, nt tho latter's home just neross the Kentucky river from Tvrone. Ftec- mnu then mnde nn unsuccessful at. tempt to to kill sister, Harlow's wife and escaped. Green Dowen, tho young farmer who was shot during a quarrel nt Sinai voting precinct Anderson e, county, by Magistrate Hardin died lifter an operation had been performed o nliim and n blood clot caused by the bullet removed from his brain. Sntterleo escnpetl nfler the shooting and has not been found. Snt-terle- ARE LOOKING FOR THE "Pit" Quite a NufntMr "Menilened'' Fm HustonvHte Postmaster Hew Entry far CeUectershfp Applicants for postmaster at nl most every town in the 8th district arc casting eyes of Iovo toward Congressman Hnrvoy Helm just at present and somo tall scrambling' for the plums that will drop when the new president goes in, wilt undoubt cdly bo seen. Congressman Helm, it is understood, has made mighty fow rrornises nnd he has a pleasant word mid hearty smilo for nil. t. rri V, ' Edgar lt!nutoii,; of Richmond, who is one of the best known young dem vierats In Madison county, was here last week, and there is a strong tip out that he is being very stronglyi Money in Ginseng C. Gerlach, of Germnntown, City, is making a Junction great success growing ginseng. A few days ago he sold 400 pounds of the iindried herb for $050. Last reason he sold 475 pounds for $7110. consideied for the postmastoTsaip there. A bunch of good democrats is said, to be costing longing eyes at tho job in Ifuslouville, which John A. Dlain, has held so well for some time.. Among those whoso nnmes nro bo- -j ing "mentioned" by their friends are. George D. Weuthorford, A. J. Adams. John Riffe, W. L. Evans, Miss MJickT Logon, George Dratlley, Miss MoV he Austin nnd may be others. It is understood that over in Dan ville friends f Logan Wopd bavo4 starred n boom for him for post master there. Sieanwhilo the names, of II. C. Bright, George V. Malinn,, W. II. Huberts, and others nre beinff mentioned by their friends. The Collectorship yf this district is naturally a plum many are" seek ing. A new entry now mentioned is is S. E. Booth, of Lnwrenccburg, general malinger of the Kentucky Distilleries and Wnrchouse Company's big distillery plant in AndeN son county. Lilian! Carter, of An derson, is also "mentioned". It np pears thnt Shelton Snufley. editor of the Interior Journal, is to havo the united support of the Lincoln, democracy for the place, which is, of course, very gratifying to him. Quito a number of leading democrats from neighboring counties have also nssnred him that they are strongly for his appointment. Death of Mrs. McGIII, Missouri McGill, wife of Samuel McGill, of the Turncrsville section, died at her homo on Sunday morning after a lingering illness of consumption. Decenscd was in her .18th year and during nil her lifp had been a devoted Christian, willing and ready at any timo to pass into the great beyond, for her she hnd no fear of death. She frequently told of her readiness to meet her Savior but jirayed to Him for life, thqt she might raise up her little children to glorify His nnmb nnd to become good and citizens. Her bus. band nnd four children are left to. inourn the los of a "faithful wife and fond mother and to them the sympathy many friends goes out in their irreparable loss. On Monday afternoon the remains were taken to the HiDstonvillo cemetery nnd at .' o'clock were consigned to their last resting place, nftcr n short service by Mr. J. C. McCIary. Mrs. Col. I. M. Dunn, the popular president of the People's Tobacco Warehouse, was here from Danville Mon dny, announced thnt its opening snle will be held Thursday Nov. 21. ' .. -- Zs com-miltc- -- if PUBLIC SALE of my work in the Gospel taking so" much of my time I will sell nt public outcry, ou November 16, 1912 My farm of 00 acres of Blue Griss located within the limits of Huston-vill- ti nnd Milledgeville pike, witli a good G room dwelling, stock and burn combined, good orcli. nrd and everlasting fnter. 'Will also sell 1 brood mare, 1 farm hop.o, 2 milk cows and calves, 2 brood sows, 14 shouts, corn, hemp, tobacco and hay. T. A. Wilkinson. Hustonvillc, Ky. On account I con-lest- td A Peculiar Accident Forestus Iteid, of Danville, sus tinned u peculiar accident while rid ing horseback on the pike near his farm in this county, u couple of miles out on the Hiistonville pik. He, was riding along a hedge fence, when bis horse suddenly wns strick en with blind staggers and fell over against the fence, toppling complete. Iv over, nnd throwing Mr. Iteid off ill a field. Luckily he fell away from the horse, and was not hurt nml but little jarred by the fall. The horso seemed to be somewhat injured by his fall as well as the attack of blind staggers which hud affected him. 1 3 ?JUU, i.. m m t&-jx'rxtnxi- vtmwrrmv Anvvu THE INTERIOR JOURNAL STANFORD. KENTUCKY, The Interior Journal. M. mm F Shot to death while out hunting it U1KL.TON BAUrLKT- - rroprltloT " fl A 1EAK BTRtCTLY IN ADVANCE JOHN WHITE H" Km W maW PM RAW FURS AN HIDES Watt m etrnmlHlen. Wrltt lor sriet WlMrrVintMttd. AND HIDES market ntce pa nnhcit 'Wsy3Mftf kW m d rlaii mail Fnltrrt t IW pxttoffe nadir t Stanford u mc ICO. luisville,ky. .jJr At Cost stock of Dry Goods, Notions, Shoes, Etc., at absolute cost. This season's newest goods. Nothing reserved. We need the money and mean business. This is the best op portunity you will ever have to save money. Strictly a cash proposition. Goods charged will be sold at the regular price Political Announcements Tbr announctmtnti in thli column re ol (DdiUtet (or oIl, lubjtrt to the action ol No announcement! the Dcmocr.lK primary. will b mad, nnltM jald (or In adtantai Far Kiprtunltttrr. VIKOlb McMULMN. B. HAUOllMAN B. W. (1IVEN8 J. O. WEATIIKRrUKD T. J. HILL BEGINNING Monday, Oct. 2 lit, will sell our entire Call at II. Far Sherif T.D.NEWLAND, opposite Court House and get your winter stoves comes in there's one young rami, nil his friends in Kentucky hope he will remember in a most substantial and honorary way. That man is Henry Breckinridge, of Lexington, the pioneer in the president-elect'- s cause in this state, and one of the brainiest young democrats in the Commonwealth. Some day he will represent the old Ashland district, so often honored by men of his name in Congress, nnd there's no telling what height n young man of his genins nnd capacity will finally at tain. to h'.s When Woodrow WiUon ittT.Cuitv Juigt A. RIUK M. P. NORTH Birds, Rabbits, Etc., Etc. with our shells. Winchester Leaders and Repeaters are the best for field and trap. Let us quote you prices n the best shell on the market For PEYTON UEUKOB DINK WILLIAM Jaxler PAKRI8II OF.UOKOB FARMER II. HESTER W. A. CARSON :::::::: P. L. BECK 8. M. OUL.N8 R. U. BRONAUOH P. O. SANDIUOE J. II. BOONE V. T. OARNER LAFE MOliOAS Ftr Atititer Hughes, Martin & Co. o, 84-7- William C Long, PENNY'S, The Rexall Store. Men's Shoes The best is always the cheapest tho some times when buying they look high. The best sometimes disappoints us, but the cheap ones will fool you most every time. If you feel you must skimp a little, take it out of your clothes or underwear, but never out of your shoes. Buy the very best every time for your feet. We decided two years ago to buy every time the very best things possible for the feet. We are today showing, both in leather and rubber goods, the best quality of shoes madeintheworld. We mean this every word of itf and we declare to you that a man's fine shoe to retail at $3.50, .$4, $5 and $6, are the Walkovers and Nettletons. If there is a work shoe from $3.50 to $7 that will wear longer, stay softer and nearer dry than Menzies we don't know it. These Menzies people call their boys' shoes, "American Boy" they are the same high class wear resisters as the men's. They cost you $2, $2.50, $3 and $3.50 in boys; we have all these new. You will have to have them when it rains. RJ.McRoberts STANFORD, KENTUCKY Kentucky Democracy Owes Senatershlp to Beckham. With presidential politics out of the way. Kentucky democrats nre interested going to be particularly in the nomination of a United States Senator to succeed Senator Bradley next August. The names of a num. ber of distinguished members of the party have been mentioned in connection with the nomination, but to our mind but one man should be considered by the democrats of Ken. tuefcy for this particular place. That man is J. C. V. Beckham, who was deprived of n seat in the Senate by ever prepc. the foulest treachery trated upon a nominee of the demo cratic party. JIc was the rightful owner of the seat which Bradley is soon to vacate. It was stolen from hira by the rankest sort of political burglary, nnd it is up to the dem-cra- ts to make what amends they can to the man who was so grievious ly wronged. So. far, Gov. Beckham lins rrnt said whether or not he will be n can didatc for the nomination nest year. He should not be long left in a ttntc of indecision on the subject. The democrats of Kentucky should de. mand, and do. that they be given the privilege to right the wrong, to restore what was his, nnd to go on record ns eternally opposed to such underhanded methods in pol tics ns were used to encompass his defeat by the legislature. The dem ocrats of Kentucky want the oppor tunity to redeecm their fair 'scutch con which was so basely dragged in the mire by the four traitors who elected Bradley, and on every hand is heard the cry that Beckham is the man for Senator next year, nnd, the only ono who should receive consideration at this hour. Aside from other considerations it is peculiarly fitting that a man who stood in the forefront of Kentucky democrats as first, foremost nnd always favoring tho nomination of Governor Wilson for the presidency, should be the one who is the logical candidate of the Kentucky democracy for the senatorship. la such a position, he would be of inestimable worth to bis state and his constituents. Talk is heard that he is to be considered for a cabinet position, which proics the esteem in which lie is held by the presidentelect and the closeness of the rela. tions existing between them. There should be no question of their course to all fair.uiinded dcm ocrats. But one honorable channel is open to them. Beckham must be riven whnt was stolen from him. "We nre satisfied that an overwhelm. ing majority of Lincoln county item, ocrats sco this matter as we do. -- This farm is on the best road in !, county, rural tele phone close to school nnd church. John Newell. Hustonville R. F. D. No. 1 Box 103, Lincoln ra.-.sp. Stanford. Ky. The hoy's appetite is often the source of nmntcment. If you would have such an appetite take Cham berlain's Tablets. They not only create a healthy appetite, but strong" then the stomach and ennble it to do its work naturally. For sale by G. L. Penny. Old in Age lint Modern in Ways iniU-tntio- PUBLIC SALE I will offer my farm for sale consisting of 60 acres on the Green riv er 2 2 miles east of McKinney on the Jumbo pike on Thursday. Nov. 14. 1912 This farm is level nnd 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 4 room house, barn 32x40 smoke house of two rooms, buccT house nnd wood shed, tenant house of four rooms. Will also sell household and kitchen furniture, which is new, all of my stock, a saw and grist mill and lumber, crops and n vacant lot nt McKinney, and other things too numerous to mention. 1--- Turkeys Wearepayiig the higkest market price forTvkeys Give ns a call before yoi sell. The FIRST NATIONAL BANK, of Stanford ia the oldest n in this section of the state, having ben organized March 0, . 185-1A bank to hare stood the panics that have occurred ia the past SB years must be all right This bank today is stronger and better than it ever was. While old in age it is modern in methods. Onr patrons, and they are mnny, will testify to the fact that we take care of then in a manner both pleasing and satisfactory. Your patronage is respectfully asked. Remember our pledge of courteous treatment and honorable dealings. Our directory includes some of the most prominent business men and farmers in this section of the county. Try us. J. S. HOCKER. Pres. H. C. RAUGHMAN, Cashier. W. W. SAUNDERS. Ind. S. T. HARRIS. Vict Pres.. J. R. HARRIS. RMkkeeper. The COAT SUITS. Wide-Awak- e H. B. Northcott PHONE 1S3. People ARE LOOKING FOR SOMETHING WE HAVE IT IN LADIES' AND Stanford, Ky. MISSES' COATS AND SO COME AND TAKE A LOOK. L.L.SAMRS, Crab Orchard, Ky. Sale of Personalty. As Executor of W. H. Dudderar, I will, on fjHsaBBMaw Jj'. ";': 3iaHBHBBBnK. Monday, November 25, 1912, Beginning at about 1:30 P. M., at his late residence in Rowland, Lincoln County, Ky., sell publicly, 8 brood mares, in foal to jack; 1 gelding, 2 years old; 3 weanling mule incolts; 3 Jersey cows, 2 Jersey calves, terest in well bred n?are, 5 years old, by Bourbon Chief, colt at side by Rex Peavino, bred to Kentucky Choice; also about 90 barrels of corn in crib, a lot of baled timothy; 1 buggy, 1 set of single and 1 set of double harness; 10 shares of stock in State Bank & Trust Co., &c, &c. Terms announced on day of sale. 3-- Foot Wear Tv ?' wfc:.T V' rear' . 'A 2 bPvC V To Suit Everybody J. F. DUDDERAR, Bxo'r. Tans, Gun Metals, Patents and Velours. High tops for men, Ladies and the little ones. FALL GOODS NOW COMPLETE "vse'JL DANIEL BOONE AXLE GREASE Come and see them $50.00 TO $100.00 A MONTH For your apare time Experience not needed. Want an acthe man In this locality. Cash-Bon- IHIIMNIMMMHNHIUIHIIHIUINNIMIIHIIHI To Introduce u to your frlenda. We pay largest cash benefits when sick. Injured, and at death, for smallest cost. offer to first apand plicant from this place. Write Quick for particulars. , Sam Robinson Made in Louisville by CHAS. C. STOLL OIL CO. THE 833. Coving-ton- Ky. We have a full stock of Heating Stoves, Coal Vases ChI Hods,Gra (es, &c Call and see them. J. C. McClary Judge Not Alone by Appearances Yet everyone avoids a mangy dog and a book-agenself-respecting Winter Tourist Tickets NOW ON SALS TO ALL WINTER RESORTS UNDERTAKER AND KMIALMIR STANFORD KENTUCKY. HeiMtiMW 3& Office Phsiw IS7. SPECIAL ROUND-TRI- P FARES TO Florida, Cuba, New Orleans, Panama Three through daily trains to Florida, via Queen & Crescent Route. , Double daily through service to New Orleans. Electrically lighted equipment, including Tullraan Drawiug-RooSleeping Cars, Dining Cars, and Day Coaches. m W.EHiggins f Stanford, Ky. 999999 Fall and Winter Sultlw. Lti ItUrm Liilt Fall 'SUp-Ov- er Privifetfts. t. shabby Fine feathers do make fino 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. I Mr nw fall and Winter Bamplea r bow Thy compriM reartr for jour Untctloo. (ba leak on II narlt.L I can ault 40700 pric who bad bii clothe mad to or aa to tl dtr. A (ait nad to your suitor ia to read mad dolbaa. To ban tooa tkam aula to awatora doaaa't coat any U coaaiaV read aud whaa ualltr ud fit tax jmu 4. Cm ta aad M W. E. PERKINS Crab Orchard, Ky a For details call on any Ticket Agent, Queen fie Crescent Route, or apply to H. C. KINO, PauMaar ft Ticket Age t, 181 E. Main St., Lexington, Ky. . 0. MVH9T, ft rnMt XukTr n. ... )t b. rf A. L AaMBjQJhft fe. IW r lii, mi . ... (H.iT,fc.iWP. -- .. ., . ...,,. -- . 'fitii w. .yjfUitt , . . .klM. i. . J !. ifiejifci - ..,, t ,1, " rc)atnUM 2SS am W' .nwf. i r; ST" JJPR" - - Trrnr-rP- T 5 T ' "J. - tf' ) THE INTERIOR JOUWIAl. STANFORD. KENTUPKY, N YW ENJOY EATMC ,i, Arrs;ttrDodors r, 11 hi. Use IWs lor Eczema 3 Store Satisfaction Sending from our store pleased customers is what holds the patrons to this store when others are keeping up a bedlam of "come to us." The rule of this store is give the customer all that is coming to him, and more if he wants it, always Or Does Everything You Eat Distress You? Experts declare thnt (ho reason Stomach .(Unorders nro no common In this country li due to lmsly and, Hirminch. rarcloM linbltt of cntlng. troubles ntiJ rundown conditions alio tuuMly ko together. John I.lnd, of Oneonla, N. Y iwys:i "I haro been troubled with a bad stomach tronlilo for fifteen yearn, and became bo weak that I could hnrdly walk or do any work. My appetllo was very poor, nnd It seemed Impos-tdbl- e to Ret any relief. Hlnce Inking two bottlon of Vlnol 1 rind thnt It haa nlrcady made n rcmnrkalilo Improvement In my health; my dilution la much stroucer, nnd I havo gained In vrelRht." Vlnol makes weak stomnchs stronR lecnun It utrcnRthnna nnd tones up 1he weakened, tired and overtaxed nerves of tho dlgcatlvo organs. Vlnol li easily assimilated by tho weakest stomachs, and I delicious lo tho taste. Try a bottle of Vlnol with tho understanding that your money will fce return! J! 11 docs set help 73. Mr. nnd Mrs. J. 11. MeK'ee, f King's Mountain, were tho guests of W'nllors Mondny. Mr. and Mrs. Hnselden nnd son, Mrs. Hnymond LowN, of Lnncaslcr, wero tho guests of .Mrs. II. D. Aldridgo Mondny. Mrs. It. F. Walters nnd daughter, f LtipHitr, wero tbu knthlorn, guests of Mrs. Nellin Ilnlloit Monrlny Misx Martha Hommell spent Sal. tirdnv with 1'ct ni.itlicr, Mrs. Hommell.' Ex.Commlslonerof Health, "Them la almost no relation be skin diseases nnd Dm Mcvxl," Tlio skin must bo cured through tho skin. The irrrmi must be washed out, nnd so Mvex bnvo lonff fiRO been foun.l worth nilvanenl Tbn Inn. country most now agreed rbjrslelans of on this, and sro this n wnsh of wlntcricrcen, em thymol and otlirr Inredlenta for tcictnn and all other skin diseases. This com. round Is known as D.D.D. Prescription (or lzcma. my! twecn Dr. nnn, Dr. IIntm, the well known skin spe elnllst wrltrs "t am convinced that tho D.D.D. Prescription I as much n speclllo for eciema as quinine for malaria, I have been prescribing tho V.V.U. remedy for years." Tt will take away tho Itch tho Instant you apply It. In fact, we are so sure of what D.D.D, will do for you that wo wilt be clad o to Ift ynti have a II bottlo on our that It wilt cost you nothing unless you nnd that It does tho work, Riiar-nntc- l .1. 1 i 1 i : j -- SHUGARS & TANN ER, Stanford. Kentucky. i .Mtfssrf". M. .1. nnd J. K. I'nrrii, of Mrs. J. F. Iloltlnm nnd Mrs. A. S. B. PERKINS guests of relatives Ihinville, were Ihc KiicttM of their ero the Price DENTIST Tueslirotlier, Mr. Henry J'nrris Mnnilny. iiid friends nt Crab Orchard Office Ovter lligyins' Store day. SHORT LOCAL NEWS STAM-OllI)- . KF.XTI CKY. Mr. and' Mrs. .1. It. Mount, of here Monday to sec Lniicnstcr, were Hig Hen Alnnns nt MticlIcrV. tf her brother, Mr. II. J. McHoberts For holiday presents which will nnd fnmily. Inst n life tune go to Mueller's jew.1. It. Harris and daughter, Mrs. F.ir Stile. A nhinplc mill. F. elry store. OOtf Josephine, nro visiting her parents, Sclmitaler, Ottcnlicim. 00.p S. Orinstead at llev. nnd Mrs. 0TATI or OSIO ClTT r TOtlDO. , .. I.ICAU CODNTT. f London. The latest in solid silver sjjeariS, 7hank J. Cnrftt.t mntr Mtn tint be Is Co, rtomt t Mr. and Mrs. Kdgnr Tllanton, of urtnrr ID Uie trm ol K. J. CHtitr OOtf Ccnintf uiil HUM budonai the CUT el days forks, etc, nt Mueller's. l. tnd Ihil raid firm will par 16- - mm ol Penny's Drug Store, Stanford, Ky. llicbmoiid. were irucsts scvcrnl ONE HUNDRED DOLLAHS lor ffh nd trm )f Col. S. T. Harri'., nnd tho Misses nwa t CATititH that tinoot t currt by tbe cm iI Dr. 0. O. Perry has moved his of umi.cm.ucc... rnAs.K.,CItf.Nr:v. nnd other relntivcs in Lnglemnn In fiee over Higgtns' store into the Odd Sworn lo bfoi rnf .id nitwrrlbMISS. toy Personal and Social. this community. tin Ith dr ol l)tctmtr, A. p.. W. OLEASOV. 1)0 2p . Mrs W. 0. Withers hns returned Follow Unilding. A. Mrs. W. A. llntrlier was the home Kota.t Pcsuc. I t nfter n visit to her brother, puest of her brother Mr. Gins. Pow Mr. Chns. Powell nnd family nt Dnn snd acta ii.ti-rstArrh rnr. I. t.k-- n For rent for yenr 1013, brick atrrrtly upon IM bKm) .nd nuraus nutwrw ol lb ell nt Dnnville lust week. tr- -. ville. store room in Stanford, corner of intrai. nl lor tMtlmonuu. r. j. tiiLnt.1 w i"i"wi Mrs. John Kevins nnd cliililrrn, of Soli) by n Drutiiru. ts. W. II. Armstrong, wife nnd hnnd-som- e Main nnd Lnncnster streets, oppoIiti lltu rtiaUT cm in- Iebnnon Junction, nrc the quests of Tommy, of Clinton, site courthouse. J. S. Hockcr. 86tf young son, Mr?. Mnttie Ncvius. III., nte guests of his brother in law, You want the test policy when Mr. nnd Mrn. Hnrvey Miller, of Mr. I.nfc Morgan nnd family, on tho you insure, see Fisn & womiev. Warning Hunters. Mr. nnd Somerset pike. Dunville, wero the guestH of any man found Stanford, Ky. insure everything. I will prosecute Mrs:. Kngcne li. Hiitoliiiin Sunday. Senntor nnd Mrs. R. L. Hubble hunting on my plncc. J. K. Bnugh-rrnn- , Miss Mnttio Lee nnd Logan Hubble Mrs. J. C. Itcynolil hns returned 00-was back in his Dr. A. S. Hustonvillc, Ky. Sunday home nfter n viit to her parents Mr. nutoed to Lawrcnceburg dental office on Mondny bin many morning and scnt the dny with Mr. and Mrs. Smith nt Mnysville. and patrons will be glud to Alwrf-oand It. IL The public sale of the fnrrn of 70 friends Cleveland Uov, of LuneiiH nnd Mrs. J. M. Mr. know. ncrcs of Mrs. Annn Sweeney locatter lm Tetunieil home after n visit CofTey. Mrs. J. F. Neighbors, of Livings ed near Howcn Station, wns culled to her staler, Mrs J. C. Kubnnks. Aid Society of the The Ladies' ton, stopped over hero a short time off Snturdny when only $fi00 wns Mrs. W. 1. Kincnid is visiting her Monday with her sister, Mrs. W. K. bid for the plnce. Mrs. Sweeney, Christian church of Morcland willilnulitcr who is attending school nt Wnrner, she wns going to Louisville enmc hero from Uloomington, 111., bold their llazanr supper vm SuturMidwny. her home to mnLc the sale, ond will dnv Dec. 7, 1912 in Hnnn & Coffey to spend scvernl days. nnd Kugenia Misbc Tulitlia Mr. nnd Mrs. George Lunsford probably disjKifcc of it privately, or Hull. Kvcrybody invited. lloiirnu nnd Jennie C. Lawrence wcr accompanied by their jretty little tent it. in Dunville Friday nnd wero the daughter, Violn, left Saturday for IT GROWS HAIR guehU of Mini Annie T. Cecil. .Junction City, to visit Mr. .Luns-fonl- 's J. Thomas Cberry, the hustling You to Mrs. Susan Yenger Mrs. Annie uncle, J. F. Lunsford, who Crab Orchard mei chnnt, hns bought Here Are Facts We Want Our Risk. Prove at Fugleman, and daughter, Mif Sue linn been quite ill. from Mahnn & Conn, Tnjbr aro in Crab Orchard cih1- - Miss Alice Ilenzley, who hns been n Buick auto Mr. Conn wns here on of Dnnville. In nil of onr experience with hntr ing several days. visiting her sisters, Mrs. Johnt-oMonduy with one of the new Ilnieks touics there is one thnt has done The news has been Tceeived here and Miss Mollio nt Danville returned nnd it is n benuty. more toward gaining our confidence of tho announcement of the engage home Saturday, her sister Miss Mol that any other. We really bolievi will remnin merit f Mis Mario Mnhony, of AL lie returned with her nnd Assistant State Firo Mnrehnl J this remedy, known ns Rexall ''93'" dnvs as Mis Alice is con. lensvillc, to Nov. August Hnlbnch, of J. l'ecl. of Nicholnsvillc, was hero Hair Tonic is so snperinur to other Camden, X. J. This wedding will bo fined to her bed ngain. 0. P. Xcwlnnd, Sr:, and son, 0. P. Mondny to nppenr before the grand prepniutious thnt we offer it to yon solemnized nt the firet Hnptist m re with our personal nnd unqualified church nt Alienville, November, J8. Xewhind, Jr., were up from Ilurnside jury nnd give some evidence Tuesday to put in n couple of votes gard to several suspicious nrcs mm promise thnt if you use it nnd it Miss Mnliony will be well remember doesn't prove in every way satisfacAlthouirh liv havo occurred in this section. f.n- - Wo'odrow Wilson. 1 here ns who had always lived hero tory to you, wc will, upon your mere about two years ngo. Itev. ing in nn everwhelniingly republican rip until years nnd community they hnve never given up All parties having claims against request at our store, return to you Uallmehwn s hero the estate of Harvey Floyd, will tiie money you paid us for it. helped conduct n meeting nt tho Unp calling Lincoln county home nnd llexull "93" Hair Tonic acts scicn. come back to vote. present them to tho undersigned, tist church. properly proven on or before Monday tifieally destroying the germs which for bnldncs All parties owing are usually respon-ibl- e December 9th. by that date. It nets to penetrntp to the roots of same will please settlo the hnir. stimulating nnd nourishing K. J. Elliott, Middlcburg, Ky. 90-3them. It is a most plensnnt toilet is delicately perfumed, Snle. Pure bred white Ply- necessity, For MM mouth Iloek cockerels nnd millets. and will not gum nor permanently Also Huff Orpington cockerels nnd stain the hnir. We wont von to get a bottle of pullet, pure btrnin. Mrs. II. R. ... Itcxnll "93" Hnir Tonic nnd us-- it .2t. Snufley, Stanford, as directed. It it does not relieve remove dandruff All persons having claims against scnln irritntion. the estnto of W. II. Dmldernr, de- prevent the hair from fulling out nnd ceased, will rlcno file them with J. promote nn incrensed growth of hair U. PnxMn, verified, ns required by and in every way give entire satislaw. Thoc knowing themselves in- faction, come back nnd tell ns, and Iii-- . estnto will please come get our money back. Two sizes 50 Wlien shown positive and reliable proof that a certain1 debted toand settle. J. V. Duddcrnr, cents and 51. Sold only nt our forward remedy had cured many cases of female ills, wouldn't any Kx'or. t. store the Rexall Store, Penny's Drug store. sensible woman conclude that the same remedv would also Dr. J. H. Perkins, a brother of benefit her if suffering with the same trouble? PUBLIC SALE Here arc five letters from southern women which prove Mr. J. C. Kubnnks, hns opened up dental offices over lliggins' store nnd I will sell nt public sale on Nov. Vegetable Compound. the efficiency of Lydia E. Pinkham's his profession here. ember 15th beginning nt one o'clock will practice Dr. Perkins is nlrcady well known P. M. on the premises, n house nnd L1TTTKU FROM VIRGINIA. to n large nutilber of peoplo here, eight ncrcs of land at Turncrsville, Klllston, Vn. "I feci It mv duty to express my thanks to you and your being n son of Garrard county, nnd known ns the NenI property. J. N. I waa a sufferer from femalo troubles nnd had Won my crcat medicine. In bed over one third of my tlmo for ten months. I could not do will be given n cordinl welcome to Cash, Admr. Geo. Cash. housework nnd bad falntlni- - spoils feo that my husband could not leave mo Stanford. tlmo. alonu for Ave minutes nt a "Not? I owo mr health to Lvdla T.. Pinkham'a Vepotnblo ComtMiiind anil Illooil Purifier. Whenever I sea n sufTerlnj. woman 1 want to toll her what Is your husband cross? An these medicines havo dono for mo and I will always speak a (,'oo.t woril for fault finding disposition is MRS. McGILL Co., Va. them." Mrs. Koiuurr llLA.SK.Nuir, Klllston, Montgomery often due to a disordered stomach A man with good digestion is nearly louisi.vxa. DOWN BROKE ix always good nntured. A great many Kcw Orleans. La. "I was passim? throiiRli the UtanRO ol Lite amiwith permanently cured of fore I took Lydln U Plnkbatn Voirotulilo ComiMiuiuI I was troubledWUUIll Iinvo been I Hot flashes, weak nnd dUzr feelings, Imckacho and Irreifiilnrltles. 's Gives the Real Facts In Regard to stiomncli troublo by tnkfjig to ilo the moriilup fecllnff tlrod out nnd not lit Wood iinythlng. I feel all it Purifier Her Case and Tells How She Compound and Tnblets. For sale by PenI havo Wen taking Mrs. UAST05I .I...li .....I,.), I In f ny's Drug Store. right. lOUr meuiciue. nro mmu unit ...... - o Suffered. Hlondeau, 1541 I'olymnla St., Now Orleans, La. Jonesboro, Ark. "I Buffered a comPosted Hunttna Forbidden. FLORIDA. LETTKU plete break down In health, some time We, whoso names nre signed be Waiicbula. Ha. "Somo tlmo ngo I wrote to you giving you my symplow, positively forbil any hunting aeo," writes Mrs. A, Mcdlll, from this nnd discomfort In walking, caused toms, headache, backache, beartng-dowplace. "I was very weak and could or fishing upon our promises: byV rntVvWths of Lydla B Plnkham'a Vegetable Compound and a W. P. Scmonis, Win. J. Beck, 'rod not do any work. I tried different mo a well woman. package of Sanntlvo Wash nnd' that was all I used to make women, and VonGrucnignn, G. Bnumnnn, Chns. remedies, but they did me no good. had bad T. Willson, Ed Gooch. Lutes & Myers "I am satlstled that If I Iwoulddono llko aa good many One day, I got a bottlo of Cardul. It havo boon groat sufferer. Hut I startojl taken your remedies, C. M. Allen. Ed Bnllnrd, J. II. Cardid mo eo much good, I 'was surprised, ?n tlmo with the right medlclno nnd got well. It did not cost very ter, John M. Carter, Snm Castcllo, and took some more. cUler7 I feel that vou area friend to nil women and I would ratTiertira MATTtE IIodnot, Uox 400, J. D. Myers. Mrs. Mollio White. Before I took Cardul, I had headache your remedies than We a doctor.- "-. riorida. and backache, and sometimes I would $25.00 In Gold Given Away cry for hours. Now I am over all that, avf.st l'lnkhanva Vege R. M. Newlaud, tho Life and Fire and can do all kinds ot housework. I Martln.burg. V. Va- .-" I am glad to say that Lydla R-' think It Is the greatest medicine on Insurnnce agent hero, will give n fi table Compound haa done womlcrs for my noiner. ihit whe " I bate told dozens of pea show on tho 2nd Monday in earth." Com your tho beam n girl eomplnlutnir with cramps, bho tells bor to take December, court dnv. In the past flttr years, thousands ot pound." Mrs. Mauv A. HocKKSimimv, 712 N. 3ra st.,.naruasuurK, ladles have written, like Mrs. McQUl, Prizes as Follows: $15 in gold for the best six bands to tell ot tha benefit received from ANOTHER LETTER FROM VIRGINIA. of lugs to weigh not less than four Cardul.testimony, from earneit women, Nowa,Va.-"Ab- out five years ago I waa troubled with Buch pain Buch Newport pounds. urely Indicates the great Talua ot this Bed bloating every month that I would havo to go to bed. Compound ami $7.50 for the second best. tonlo remedy, for diseases peculiar to "A friend told me Ui tako Lydla E. Piukham's Vegetable my women. Are you a sufferer? YeiT $2..r)0 for tho third bost. I soon found relief. 'Tho medlclno strengthened mo In every way and Cardul Is tbe medicine you seed. dobtor approved of my taking It. No trash leaf or red sonsidered. will help eomo one who la sufrerlmr teatlmony glad if We urea you to try it. will "I femalebeweakness."my Mrs.W. J. llLATfTOS, 1020 Hampton Ave., Newport A. King. Danville. Ky., Judge. from N.B. WriUtoi U4MAvtegryDM.,ott; Talk with mo about your fire nnd (mm Mrtklnt Co.. Ouiumom. tna.. far. Social Uwi, Va. Ham Tmfl life insurance. R. M. NEWLAND. Jtutruotiont, anlla Uia twok. oa MfeM. far Tol-d- o, tfon-Mkpr-- n. " being careful to represent the quality just as it is, Trade with us and we will see to it that you get your money's worth. These facts are already proven by our offering in department. our ladies' ready-mad- e See the new coats, suits, dresses, waists and skirts. - Wl r -- ; n 3. IM-ic- e Severance & Son. Pcnnlty on School Tax will be added on Nov. 1. in Crab Orchard district. Get you receipt from Miss O. M. Lackey at Crab Orchurd Bank. A FIRE INSURANCE mmd Trial Gave Instant Relief The Great Kidney Remedy Never DIs- appoints SURETY BONDS E.M.NIWLA3n) TANPOftB, KY. E. D. Pennington. County SwrvayM 52-6B General Farm Surveying Phone 172, Starts, Ky. Side Being broken down in health, suffering with Kidney Trouble, despairing of ever being well ngain, I was 's advised by a friend to try Dr. Swamp-Rowhich gave me instant relief, nnd after using several bottles. I am now sound nnd well, nnd can safely recommend Swamp Root to anyone suffering with hack or kidney troubles. I also had rheumatism, and I have had move relief from Dr. Kilmer's Swamo Root than anv other remedy A sufficient trial will convince anybody of the merits of Swamp-Roo- t. Yours very trulv. P. E. KELSON Murphy, N. C. Subscribed and sworu to before me this 17th day of July, 1909. EDMUND B. NORVELL. Notary Public Cherokeo County, N. C. Kil-inerot 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. Lincoln County National Bank Surplus $100,100.00 Resources Capital $100,000 Corner Next to Courthouse. Stanford, Wt $500,000 lOomeft, li:tti.ii from Letter to Dr. Kilmer & Co. Binnhamton, 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 valuable information, telling all about tbe kidneys and bladder. When writing be sure to mention the Stanford In Regular fifty cent terior Journnl. size bottles for sale and nt nil drug stores. Bing-hamtoone-doll- ar fji I 1 JI This Bad M Weather calls for heavy underwear to protect 91-3- us from colds. Fleece-line- d We are showing : J.L.Beazley &Oo cou-tln- ed irri-tabl- e, Chnra-borlnin- sL ',.,. .'... AND UNDERTAKERS ALSO DEALER IN FUKNITURE, RUGS. THEY WILL FURNITURE EXCHANGE FOR ALL KINDS OF STOCK. GIVE .THEM A CALL. PRICE MAT-TING- 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- and $1.50. We handle the underwear that protects you from rheumatism. ' Also underwear for the boys, all sizes & weights all-wo- .- ol Wau-chul- a, li:tti:r frosi Virginia. co Why don't you try this reliable remedy? 80-t- f. Waa," wt tf rar. THERE IS REAL PAINT and also some stuff mixed with cheapening materials that is not worthy of the name. If yoc have had experience with the latter kind you don't want another. 12 you haven't take our adMce and don't Buy our real paints experiment. and save yourself 'disappointment and money as velL Cummins &Tearen Stanford, Kentucky Home of All-Wo- ol IA.ALLER. MMfeTd.Ky. Clothes. trr: .! u i V S Danville Tobacco Warehouse Co. WALNUT STREET 1 15x280 "WATCH US GROW" (Incorporated) DANVILLE, KENTUCKY. Largest Loose Leaf House South of Kentucky River. Main Floor FREE INSURANCE. Will for feet. Capacity 250,000 lbs a day. Unloading facilities for 50 wagons at a time. NO CHARGE FOR REJECTIONS. And the best AUCTIONEER in Kentucky. S Comfortable stalls for 250 horM- - POSITIVELY sale tf Tthcci Tkrsday, Nivedber 21. FARM AND STOCK ( We solicit your business and ) promise you a square deal ) H. C. BRIGHT, President. NEWS red steer from my Ktra.ved a place hist week, 0. Y, Kugcr 01-lji. The Emporium Hustonville, Ky. Calls you d attention to the fact that we are some lines, and they must move. Our misfortune opportunity. x is your over-stocke- Brindlo cow, crop oft right car. camo to my place Sept. 10 Owner can in V, r it u Reduction in Ladies' Coat Suits and Cloaks. To close our Millinery stock early in the season we offer a reduction here that will surprise you. Come and be convinced. Our stock is complete in every line for winter, in every A full line of men's, ladies' and children's Rubbers. This line is high class. e Ask to see the line of shoes. This will entertain you. YOURS FOR FAIR EXCHANGE, cut-rat- Chas. Wheeler, Hustonville, Ky. J 2Ehe yfay III 3A:.. ib i Dl II r io A3 bBe?9 access JHIi v H flBBsBas I through a lies I KWUF 8 17 R fl H bHh ankbook as successful HOW. CprlM ill! THE quickest, surest and safest way to success lies through a bank account. Observe the success of the greatest men of modern times. Only the command of unlimited money has made them what they are. YOU can be. if you start having A dollar will Open nn account hem. ran in today, Ilting what you ' v STATE BANK & TRUST CO., Capital $50,000. Surplus $500 w. l. Mccarty, Pre. J. 6. L. PENNY, M. V. Stanford, Ky. S. RICE, V. Pres. ss. ,1 I. Prst. J. SALIN, CssWtr, D. EADS. R, P. BROWN, J.H.Baughman&Co. MANUFACTURE Flour, Meal and Shipstuff are dealers in Wneat,Oorn,Hay Straw, Salt, Portland Cement and Coal. Prompt attention and your money's worth at alWimejg. T ft l Phone 11 Jtsmford, Kentucky. get her by paying for this notice and her keep. Frank Adkins, Moreland3p For Sale. House and two acres of land, 4 2 miles from Stanford house; on Hustonville pike, outbuidings: (rood barn and other ever lasting spring on place; fruit trees and fine garden. Q. E. Lutes, 70-Stanford. J till lira., sold t. J. C. MVDuiur! i 7G0 pound feeder nt C ctnts. It. C. Arnold bought of S. J. Km-br- y a 1.000 pound bull nt :i 'J cfs. T. V. Jones sold to J. H. Dnnglt. man u bunch of 700 pound cattle at 4 1.2 cents. J. II. Daughman bought of of Lt. cows at 3 2 thnin, a bunch weighing 800 pounds fat X. I. Hogie. of Garrard, sold to nt 4 cents. (littcrcut parties here Aloiitliiy a It. C. Wntkins, of the Maywood 3 1 2 to 4 cents. of section, sold to Draw tier, of Adair, bunch V. feeders at X. Iine sold a number of fat a bunch of seven feeders at 4 1.2 cows to different parties nt 3 to 3 cents. They weighed 700 pounds. 1.2 ceiiK Harris Hros., of Hubble, bought J II. Jones bought of J. l Cuudiff of lT. T. Selby, of Hansel county, of Casey county, 31 8o0 pound cat 20 0,10 pound cnttlo nt fi 11 cents. tie at " cents. They were an extra good bunch. IVnce llros., of Garrard, sold to J. C. McDnniel delivered to J. O. I.. Hubble, of this county, 115 S0 Dogie, of Garrard, n bunch )f fiOO It. cents. pound cnttle at "i pound feeders for which he received C Jf. Hoss, bought of Latham, of 4 ccutn. county, 1(5 4o0 jiound fecderj W. T. Tucker, of this county, re Casey nt 4.40 per hundred. ceived from It. T. Sharp, of LnFol-lettJ. K. Cook, of Icxinctou lMiught Teim- - 5B 500 pound cnttle. He of J C. McDonnld, a bunch of 500 bought them nt a private figure. nt 5 cents. J. C. McDonnld, of Tennessee, pounders Ilawner disponed of 7 57o 11. V. bought here 17 700 pounds cattle of cent-- , to J. V. J. L. Mutchins, of Doyle, nt 4 1 2 pound cattle at 4 'Jl I'arrish. cenl, and of J. I'. Hamilton, 7 7."0 J. W. Allen sold to XI. J. Farris, pounds at 4 cents. 3 COV.S weishiiii; UoO douiuIs, at 3 Scott Dros., Mild to Lutes & Co., 1 for future' delivery n lot of good 2 cents.Fox, of Garraid. sold a Jese hogs at 0 cents. George W. Carter bunch of heifers to C. II. Rons nt bought of different parties a hunch 4 cents to ."i cents. of feeders averaging 42."! pounds at V. ('. Shank-- , bought of T. V. 4 cents. Joiic. u bunch of cahes at .fll all K. T. Pence, Jr., sold to T. W. the local stock dealer, n round. Hos-.- , Jones, J. jr. of I'ulnski, dispo-c- d bunch of 700 pound cattle nt 4 to lloyle, 4 2 cents. Pence bought of dif of 20 heifers to Tucker, of 1.10 per hundred. 10 mule colts for at fercnt parties AV. C. Shanks delivered to It. I). which he paid an average of $0.1. Holtzclaw, at Walnut Flat, 7." l.'iO V. L. Cordier sold to W. II. of 4 year old pound bogs for which he rcccucd Shanks two pair per huiidied. mules for $62.1. Mr. Shank will iffl.'o "Win. Deck sold to It. II. Woods two ship them to Ills stock bams at Col horse mule colts for sfllo J. 11. umlitis. Ga.. Cordier sold to Shanks bought of J. V. Allen u three suckling mules for $17.1 nnd bunch of oOO pound eattle at ." cents one Percheron colt for and another lot avctaging of 11 Yl II. Shanks, who is conducting weighing 4.)0 nt 4 cents. n large .stock snle barn at Columbus, T. J. Hill, Sr., sold to M. and Ga., shipped to that noint a carload George Curd, of Jlerccr county, 20 of mule-- ! and hordes that averaged extra cattle weighing 700 pounds, for hoises ,140 and mules $100. T.VJ0. Two of the mules were killed while nt Perhaps the biggest iudividunl en route to Columbus. buyer ol the day was J. II. llnuglr man. He bought of vatious parties during Jlonday about 00 cattle nv, TttaOfOr ACO60WAGOH eraging all the way from 500 to KULTa 8o0 pounds, at from 3 12 to 5 cents. WACmujM OM J. T. Uigsby. of tho Ea-- t Knd. -- old to date by the to It. K. Durton, of Gnrrard, (i catI Io nmiicir tiUo maw umricmnG cmmht w teeinuie. tle tivernging 800 pound- -. They hare better hittorjr I. arer Been made bywagonother. than sold In Monte Fox. of lloyle, it 1000 env bat The pound stew ut .fo.37 1.2 a bunch of famous rOLO HICKORY" iraeoaaar moot cows ot 3 cents and some 800 pound heifers at o cents to It. I). Holtzclaw It, C. Arnold the local livo stock ilealcr, has minle tho following pur chases in the hist few days. Of Mrs. .1. T. Jlonis 0 hogs averaging 100 pounds, ut (I cents; of J. Owsley Xcttlnud, 7 260 pound hogs at 0 cents of Will Ilroaddus, 8 weighing yport.Ju.M,mi 200 pounds at 0 4 cents, of Henry Ktmtueky Waon Utg.Oo. Anderson 7 that averaged 200 lbs Qat1nnsm t bT aa OLD RICsTORTum vskfoa 7 cents, of J. II. Camenisch, five fur fc4 la atradj that 1 t bm wacoa U it jaarf loltDpatsvlo4of roof n4 ffoo4 lGcents ,of J. I). pounds ut 0 sUttwuMB4 ytt. pound oa tola Wftcon and baul ovtr Hortou, 3 which weighed lr)0 immiiuU ground. Itbsvinverbaakt(4 rousti tta&rcow. If ou truly. nt 5 cents. niml art It. G. Hubble u well known young farmer of the Turnersville section, Doouthlnkthe"OU lought n flesh cow lust week from wuon could coesibl v have lerred Mr. Bailey io welt lasted through io Greeley 'Lutes that cost him 40. He many yean ol constant use. carried sold 21 barrels of new corn to II. tucb axceuiy loadt, itood the abuse It reetired. and done II all In so Zuibrugg, at W.oO deliveicd. Mr. thoroughly aatlsfeetory manner, II It had not been mauulactured out ol th Hubble delivered to Granville Lutfs finest selected timber In the world for axles, hub, epokts. felloes, hounds, u iiuncii oi i.i nogs which incrageu bolsters, reaches and beds, and than 120 pounds each, nnd was pnid 0 very part built exactly right? ..They are Easy Runners and hold cents a pound for them. To 2 the grease wen. Mr. Lutes he also sold a bunch of JMiWWMSMiUMTIUKATAJrr ra.a tie h ww HT Tel le ti'.'lit 021 pound steers at a nickel tU UOWtr Men ea ley. ;i pound. NsHbataft4fj vt Hi lorrearr lingers, one of the best Allen WAwVII IWti. known funnel's in tho Iliicna Vista (lecereeietel) section of Garrard, was heie SatUWrsUX.IT. urday on business. He lepnits the sale of 73 fat hogs to Vie Lear, the Oarrurd stock buyer, which brought him a total of IH.ISO cash, They went ut it price of i7.15 it hundred. Mr. llogern recently purchased n horse mule from J. L. Masscy, from the eanie section of Garrad for which he paid $110. 1-8. l-t-3-4 e, -1- -2 cr There were nbout 1.200 cnttle on tho market at Xunnelley'.s stock ynrds Monday, though not of n very high grade as a whole. J. H. ltaugl' man bought xif M. C Iturfou, of Gar. rard, ix 700 ihiiiihI cnttle at 0 1 centi, nnd 2 weighing G'J.'i pounds nt 5 cents. George Itrumniett, of llnx. I'cnl 0 head, disposed of to G. 100 pound cnttlo nt $4 per hundred and to It. V. GaineM 2 heifers for :is. II. C. Nunnclley fxilil to T. Jones 70 2o(i pound hogs at 0 l.lo. . V. Watkifis sold to .1. C. .Mobley a bunch )f 7,r)0 pounders at Ti cents. A. (. Hill .sold to C. M. Hoss some TB QlKLEYTTea Loose Leaf House at Lexington, Ky. - Hag plonty of room. All modern applluncos and faoilitioa for handling tobacco. Railroad uutniuubion with tho houso. ' Gets tho highest price for tobacco. Tho Latest, Largest and Best of Loose Leaf Warohousos. Caroful and courteous attention guaranteed. Como to soo us. MARKET OPENS TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 19T1I. J. D. CLARK, Manager. 1 Sam J. Dell sold to W. C. Shanks $o0 to $7j. Morgan llenzley delivered to J. IL team if work mules for $37.1. Want to rent for 1013 a farm )f Daiighman & Co., a lot of com nt W. JI. Lee sold u 5 ycur old mule fit' to (ill acres, 3 to 5 miles from 2..10. to W. D. Iliittoii, of Lancaster, for Stanford. J. W. Iteyuulds. Itoiitc D. D. Holtzclaw, fl80. the local stock Ul-Xo. 1. W. If. Cook, of Garrard, shipped D. I). Holtzclaw bought of J. W. buyer, shipped in three fiirloiidti of 2.1 head of mules tn Duller, (In., this Williams til 20S pound hogs ut 7c hogs to the Cincinnati market week, ages fiom 4 to 0 years )ld, J. I). KiuIh & Sous sold to Thur-iothat he bought from various that cost him an nverngc price of Jones 05 IfiO pound hogs at $0 parties from T to 0 cents. 100 per head. per hundred. G. W. Lunsford, the Itowlnnd The shipment of mules from Gar. W. II. I'liderwuod sold to Hubble stock denier, sold to T. W. Jones it rard section to the southern market G jear old mule mare bunch of fat cows at 3 4 cents. It. Durton, of Si F.ubnuks n continues heavy. He bought of Mrs. G. II. Collins a Lancaster has exported to Wilson for $17.1. Adnlph VonGruciiigan delitered to mare and colt for $7.1. Lie Stock Co.. at Wilson, Xorth J. Lcr Miiiphy. tho htiU.ng far. Cnrolimi, 0 car loads since the first Win. FieMs 1.1 hogs weighing 107 of September, this consignment con pounds for which he received 0 -l n.cr of tho llctgcvillc section, j in ll.trir-ilslii'ttainiug 100 head of mules that cost cents Inst Monday, co"iily S. J. Dell, of the Itowlnnd section, court day time, nnd nought 1.1 ,n..i lit nt nu average of .f 10.1 per head, and .10 head of horses that he bought nt sold Daniel Kennedy his farm of 72 ling mule ,".1.. at an iieraRe of about 1 7.1 per bend. The Lancas. acres on the McKinney nnd Jliddh-bu- rg Dolaiid Disbop. one of the most pike, nt $7.1 un acre. icccntly bought for tcr popiiar young laruuis of the West Dr. Hugh Itcid sold to II. 1). Holtr. I. his southern trade 4 head of 3 year no, of Lincoln, has nccepted a 1.1 200 pound hogs nt $0.80 per old hybrids fiom George D. Itobinson claw uiili id,. Danville Taha jo of Ganard. for $SS(; four head of hundred. Dr. itcid Ixuigtit f W. 0. Warehouse ('., nnd will Ik- - with this five year old mules from Dright nnd Walker 30 good calves at $10.50 per poi.id.ir I'.uisc this scn.oia. Fox of lloyle, for cr bend; it head. D. D. King, of Mnrelnud, has sold Lutes & Co., of this c. unity, ship fi yeai old liquids from Syd pair of hu pent mule jack. Turner to It. W. ncy Dooliu, of Garrard fur $370; pcil to ( incinnnti two car loads ol Gaines, cast of town. Mr. Gaines and four head of from four to six liogs and cattle. They paid 0 2 paid $1,200 for him mid will keep to 7 cents for the hogs, which wcigk vcar old mules nt Itichitioud court him for scitice in this county. This centi" day nt from ltl." to 210 per bead. cd 22.1 pounds nnd 3 to 3 is one of the finest jacks in the Mr. Durton nKo bought fie head of for the cattle. The Danville Tobacco Warehouse, slntc nnd all breeders arc glad he horcs from Crab Orchard traders .'ill remain in Lincoln. at from $1.10 to $200 per head; n of which Mr. II. C. Dright, is nrcsi-den- t, At the public sale of a number of announced that its opening sale four ciii' old horse at the Josiah Dishon sale at $111. Mr. Durton will be held on TIimimIiiv Xov. 21. horses mid other slock belonging to purchased n fi year old horse from It is now recciung tobacco for tho the estate of the late Mary I'epplcs. an S year old mare sold to J. II. Charles Dallard for $12.1; a 4 year sale however J. W. Williams sold to II. I). Woods for $00; I'np Peyton's old old harness hoise fiom J. I. Ilaini' ton of this city for $100; a .1 year Holtyclaw a drove .if 70 fat hogs to saddle horse which be has ridden old horse from the Center Dros., nt go to the Cincinnati mnikct. They for many ears was knocked down to SI5?.'; and a .1 jenr old horse from weighed nu nverngc of 21.1 pounds a him f.rr $0. The allium! is stud to John Prewitt of Garrard for $17.1. head n tul Mr. Williams was paid be 31 years old. (.Veil bought a Col. J. P. S, J. Knibry, Jr., bought of dif close to seven cents u pound for sorrel horse for $18. Chandler cried the snle. ferent parties six mule colts at from the porkers. l -2. Snt-uiduy w -2 3-l. hor-empo-sit-1- manufac-turedandt- i -- Sell Your Tobacco at the 1 J 1 I E.T. Pence Stanford, Ky. People's Tobacco Warehouse (IXCOItPOItATKD) mb - 1- -2 Perry ville Street, One Block from Queen & Crescent Depot DANVILLE, KY. Phone No. 50 Opening Sale November 21, 1912. and sales daily 1-- thereafter. i w Capacity enlarged and every facility for the best of accommodations. Col. C. C. Lucas, of North Carolina, will sell. I. M. DUNN, President. BB JAMES SALLEE, Sec'y. s.. k r" UMa&aoKTRx esmspttz