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The Interior Journal STANFORD, LINCOLN Turley Sruce. , PJ0OT WW Slip WnM Expires YtVT SttfcscrlptiM WaMi T0wT US 10 WW W6ww vTMIp-If- i COUNTY, 'KENTUCKY. i FRIDAY. NOYEMDEIt 1G, 1012. TUESDAYS AND FRIDATS .1 General News Notes Kov. C. It. Illniu bus returned IjUDGE HARDIN DOING Harris Coleman Quite III. y,,,,,,,, niutrcliist shot und killed fiom Louisville where he visited his c: "rCo,r'nMn. '?" Jicd"H LICENSES IN UNCOLNI J. Thos. Duddernr, who lives on F,NE W0BK " BE"CH , C'niinljas, J the the priino minister of mother nnd will conduct service nt Somerset pike about five inilon morning ,. Charlottesville, tho Presbyterian church Sunday in response to u messngo from tho I from' in. town, is the owner of draft Sn Cases are Seinf Disposed ef RapMy llrd Law Expires Today and Over morning, Nov. 17. colt which for rapid growth and size l'residcut Tnft has intimated to ,o. 200 Sportsmen's Permits Have ."" m dremt cMrt-T- hu .? Misses Ada Alcorn nnd Lois Wil. P......::ri':?.:...c mill, vrmity Harris eclipses anything in the equine line friends that ho would like to enter, ncr aun, teen Granted Week's Work. lis wcro in Cincinnati Saturday to Colcmnn, wns ill with tvnhoid fever. wo have heard of. At fouling time tain President-elennd Sirs. WJL tho colt was very large nnd when it son nt the White House at some sec the. "(lardc'n of Allah" played. Young Coleinnn entered collego there The low ngninst the killing oC Judge Charles A. Hardin has been On Inst Sunday morning Nov. 3, in September nnd nt once took high wan two diiyn old her owner put her time before Sfureli 4. quail, rabMls etc., expired on Thurs on the scales and found tluil she pushing business nlong at a moist The husband of the actress with n long henvy brown overcoat was rnnk not only in his studies but iipoit Under weighed J 85 pounds. At --'.' days lnv niuht nl 11! o'clock. whom Italic Sliirqunrd, the great lost between Ilustonvilln and June. the athletic field, being ono of the satisfactory rate in Circuit Court u recent net of Ilic Legislature every she weighed 270 pounds, nnd when winpitcher, is slurring in vaudeville, tion City. Finder please return to Mnr foot bnll men. His mnny friends during the present term, nnd here hope tlint his en so is not a seri. has sued him for damages Green Fryo nnd receive reward. ning compliments on nil sides for t'inri who desires to hunt mint take sho whs HI days old weighed 405 pounds. The filly is now 5 mouths Sir. Hny Carpener who has been ous one. for ulieuntiug his wifes affect ions out with tho county clerk a hunter's the energy nnd ability he is 'showold, is l.'l hand I.'I 1 1! inches high Turkey is beaten so badly in tho ' Nc' Cnstle "" fal1 c,.,"., ,low" Any one eiiught in thu license. House Burned to Ground ing nn tho bench. nnd pulls the hcnlc at "ill.") pounds. Vr'uluy for n few days' visit to le field without this licniKo shall, tinder I.ut July Sir. Duddrriir showed her successfully nniiiaging n large tract war with the Balkan stntes, thut tho ,,,1,CS The home Tho second week of the Lincoln f Cook Alford. at Sultnn has sued for peace, nnd will "er,c- tho net, he adjudged lie nviolntor of nt the Stuuford fair in the ring for of laud on the north of Stuuford, triv.. M- oC SIoTelntld Plensnnt Point, near King's SIouu-tni- circuit court hns" not been a very "' 1nekl in. nil Ills K.ir....,... territnrv the Inw mid Ik 8ihjeet to n fine of draft mares any uge. The youngest and is an excellent gentleman. He just to keep the allies out of Con- - "ix-'"Su"ly with tho homefolks day wns burned to tho ground Tues- busy one so far. Nothing was done afternoon together with its conmare lit the ring was 3 years old, is the only son of Sir. and Sirs. J. E. Htuiitiuople. heie Slondny, while Tuesday foreiwon was this hiindicnp linice and has many friends who of tents. The loss falls henvy on Sir. taken Stiller Givcns, Sir. George Lincoln county bonsts two hunters hut ilotwithstuuding The county board of contest has up with the case o'?'lsaae Cook us he hud no insurance on his extend their bes wishes to him and of the Rentier sex, Sh. K. I). Ends, the lludderur colt curried olf second his htidc. Sirs. Drucc is a daugh- decided in favor of the wets in I'radfordsville, wns the guest of Sir. propei ly. It is not certain how the Bniekett's administrator Against lio honor, defeating u field of good l A. It. SlcKinney Inst week. jiml Airs. Tute. Sfodern Brotherhood of America 6C lute Green Turley who wits Montgomery county, although Sit. Sir. und Sirs. Howard Cumuitz. blaze origitinted, but it is thought County Clerk Cooper bus issued ones. This young giantess is by SI. ter of the organization, one of the wealthiest und largest Steihug und the county went dry und handsome little son arrived Sat. that some children were playing America, a frntcrnnl 03 licenses np Id lte. Following S. Iliiughmnn'tt George llerr ami out huving nn insurance benefit. Bracfc-e- lt 002 majority. of a good sized draft mare. Her hind bidders of Madison county, und byAn urdny for a few weeks' visit to Sir. with mntches nnd when the firo Huplcy, H. is n list of them: carried a policy of .$1,000 in open switch on the C. 11. & D. sturted I hey liecnme frightened guvc is mi uccomplished 1. Singleton, ,W. M. Compton, J. i owner believes she will eventually joiing woniiiu. Alterund attractive ruihoad nt Imlianapjlis let u pas- nnd Sirs. , . Cumuitz. order and upon his death which tho ceremony ' Ma-aSir. W. B. Hnrton, of Lnncnster, the alarm too into to save (lie build- 'curred in July, Hcinlmrt, Edward Lo.', ho the target mare in this section H. L. ing. Neither Sir. Cook nor his wife 1011,, his widow the happy couple left for an exten- senger train in on a fi eight nnd 15 wns here Monday buying mules. J. A. Hays. I). SI. Walker, II. II. cf the stale. sungni nnjment on it. xne orgaiu were nt home nt the time. sive bridal tour. They will return to people were killed. Five of them Sliss Lucille Eubnnk, of Danville Huffmnn, I). It. Hnffnmn. S. I). zution resisted payment on ffie Stanford soon, wheie they will be weie Kentuckiuus, John Cheney nnd was the attractive guest of SCss Lincoln Sends a Tree luvr, II. L. White, M. F. Wiitkius, See J. D. Wearen, the Insurance ground that Brnckett wns employed the guests for n short while of Sir. his family, of J'ncksun. Hose SIcCorninck last week. .Indue James I'. Iluiley shipped to J.. W. H.tchester, J. C SicC1ary, C, Arthur Capper, republican, is Sinn, of Stuuford, and you'll nlwnya in n distillery, and showed that its llitughmiiu, after . E. Talc, Harry Farmer, Miko S. Irankfort yesterday a healthy snr and Mrs. John S. positively forbid any orie elected Governor of Kansas in the be protected. 92-which they will go to housekeeping .1. I). C. E. Miller Dies in Illinois Penny Sao Weiek, J. H. Dnke, U berry tree, which is Lincoln engaged in the sale or manufacture amid the best wishes of t licit many face of leportcd complete official Yoriim. C. Denhnm J. A. Ilcrmun, county's contribution to At bur Day C. E. Stiller, well and favorably of liquors of any kind, or any agent returns this week'. His plurnli- Home Mission Week Here friends. StHte It wv;,. S. F. Fanner, It. M. Illnekerhy, J. A. nt Hi Capital. e. ty over Hodges, Democrat, is fifty! known to many Lincoln county The churches of Stnnford will or employe of ndistillery or liqufjr Allen, V. II. Wearen, E. II, Colcninn planted Wednesday on the cnpitol hous?, from participating Hodges still claims u pluruli. pie, and especially to stockman, observe Home in tys Loqsden Hankla. Siis.sion week from II, P. Hnpley, Jr., .1. T Wilkinson. J. grounds along with a tree from ev. died Tuesday morning at his home Nov. 21 The mnrringe of Sliss Willie Hen. ty or fifty. to Dec. 1 with union scr benefits. Hnickett was employed at C. Heid, J. C, ItoynohK II. II. Cm. cry couuy in the state. Gov. Sfo the time of his death in the capacity The Spanish Premier, Joe Cmmlc ut Hochester, 111., of it complication vices nt Logxdcn und Lamnnt Hankla ler. Ilojru Hiinn, Geo. Logan, E. SI. Creiiry delhcred an addles on the tint Junction City, Sir. solemnized nt jus, was shot dead while entering of troubles aged O.'I, nnd wns buried program, the various churches. The of bottler nt Trnylor'a distillei-- y wns in which all the pastors Carter CI. II. Fnrrw, J. 0. lleid, occasion, urging all uitieus to olf of nnd Judge Hardin gave peremptory He is survived take part, hns been Dr. C. C. Cook, in the .Ministry of the Interior to at- there on Thursday. prepared. It is Lewis Proctor, A. J. Adams, C. It. serve and to keep in mind the im- the residence of His assail by his wife who was Sfass Slat tie Hoped to make instructions for the defendant. Danville lust week. They weie no- - tend a Cabinet meeting. these meetings very Nowbern, Howard Newlnnd, Fred portance of Arbor Day and thereby The suit of .O. G. Spenks,, of. IfJgi. ant, .Manuel Paulinas Cerruto Slur. Eubanks of tliis county. A daughter profitnblo nnd all are most cordially land, ngninst Ewnlt Cliv. help preserve the magnificent for cmnpauied by Sir. und Sirs. W. C. tin, Iiged twenty eight, of El Grado, their only child, died Bracked. John Newhiud, the city of SlnWorJ, a few years invited to attend. Sin her, uncle and aunt of the bride fits. V. T. Iioveles, Jr., Ilnrve Holt. csts of Kentucky for which she has nnd SINs Georgia Well, an intimate providence of lleu-e- a, which was hojding the courts at. was arrested ago just ns she was entering young inson. J. M. Uitrtine, Dodd Skinner, been mi famous, and which nro now womanhood and the blow nearly tention at last report, wns finisheld friend of both. The bride has re mid then committed suicide. Middlehurg. Orie F. Harnett, S. P. Stephenson, becoming almost extinct. W. ('. lingers, Wesley Hull nnd crushed him. lie had been in feeble Wednesday, and resulted in Speaks shied with Sir. and Sirs. Surlier , C. W. Now Hint the republican party is S. S. Hobiuson. F. P. Phillip-from her early childhood. She is llobert Kundcll, of Bagdad and health for some jtimc and the end no more and Bull Boose dehorned recovering damages' in the sum jf Adams, SI A. Stone. Sliss MnrKiirvt Good News From Washington While crossing; the bridge Pleusiireville, Ky., were fined from was nut unexpected. Ho wns a very it $350. n most lovable young lady, of sunny would seem that the democrats Tntc. Hnssell Drown, 0. llninmii, over St. As'aph creek about 'eighteen New has been received from Dav- temperament and universally pnpu flOO to FJ00 each in tho Federal extensive nnd successful .cattle trad- would have smooth sailing. Walter SleKlnney, H. SI. Tate. Tims'. months engine, dnr Washington, that C. ('. I.cele lar. The groom is n sou of the Inte Court nt Ilichmomi for violating tho er nnd farmer nnd leaves a handHarney, ClifL.ni Suudidge. A. L. enport, Applicants 'for the Yoseraite post. en by SpenTs-- i went 'through nrid the The decis- some estate. His wife is a sister of Slur-gaiSir. J. Henry Hankla. His mother interstate commerce act. of that city who married Sliss 1'enee. Oppie Ilrown, SI. D. Smith, Livingston, daughter of Itev. was Miss Slury E. Drown, daughter ion will be of much interest to quail J. C. Eubanks. of this county nnd offie are bobbing up daily nnd the city wns rhnde thd defendant, in fa K. T. Fence, James Trihhle, Howard hunterf, as the defendants were SI. IJ. Eubanks, of Boyle, and with light promises to get warm a little suif for $'300, xvhich llie 'plaintrff Slelvin J. G. Livingston of this county won of the hit- - Dr. W. A. Drown He is MulliiiK 1). W. Caldwell, Inter on. , claimed ns the amount of damages. the race for County Auditor of nn exceedingly fine young man, bold, dunged with shipping quail from this her mother, 'Mrs. Sura Eubnnks was Caldwell, Ilerhert Killinn, Arch Lucien Young hns moved into the City Attorney Pnxton nnd K. S. nt his beside when the end enme. 'Washington at the ing a lesponsible position with the state. They plended guilty. Frye, J. SI. Newell. C. It. Lincoln county, Green The Daughters of the Confederacy SI. B. Eubnnks nt rived at the Sillier Hisgins property, on College street corn looked after the city's jinter. Danville, huving only re. SlcConnnrk, Sinn Owens, W. L. Ow. recent election. lie ran as the dem- J. & . in proinc laid the corner stone of a great Cor. homo u short time before 'the dentil nnd hns taken n position in the et nnd P. M. SIcRoberts represent ocratic nominee, and having a splen. efiilly received a ens, Win. Adams, C. J. Jnrinnn, It. monument nt Arlington, of his brother-in-laDeceased had r nrmers Deposit Bank. Immediately after the cere- federate n tion. ed Sir. Sppnko, j.,Gooch. T. S. Iteynolds, (I .W. Snow did Tccord as deputy auditor for Ipft for Asli National Cemetery Thursday. For- many fiicnds in this county, where Oeo. Dye swapped his town pro The suit of Jrfmes MeCormack uumlier of eyars and lieiiu? very mony. th lumpy -- l!i, J. J. 'rtrr, K !in other Southern mer Secretary of the Navy Herbeit he hud frequently come nnd com- ,perly hero to W. P. Wesley for his against C. J. Sipple, of London on ville. N. ('. nnd Terry, Jess Carter, - pojialar jiorMouiilly, won vei" his Trusty, wns mnsTer of ceremonies, nnd bined business with pleasure nnd farm on Indian Creek and moved to a note of $450 occupied the attenopponent by S00 majority points. V. CI. Good, Sum VouGincnigun , J. Bryiin pronounced n dedica- those with whom ho came in contact it Inst week. Sir. Wesley is post- tion ol the. court, for two days. The und the entire dem.KTatic ticket Douglass, CI. F. Carienler, J. II. Eads Carter tory oration. Corpornl Tanner mnde with found always n congenial com- master now. case was finally disposed of ThursFrithc'ett, .1. S. Carter. It. S. Hill, nisi won. Mrs. Sailie Jones, of Sit. Salem, day afternoon when a jury awarded James II. Carter, Jr., of Hall's, an appeal for the ultimate elimina. panion nnd of the strictest integrity, F. Lawrence, Curtis Green Clay. His many spent several days with Sirs. John SIcCormnck $."0. McCortnack held Alfred Eads Buys Nice Farm (lap, secured license here Thur"dny tion of sectionalism, and at nigli( in business transactions. Slilton yPowcll, T. 1'. Bright. E. Itev. Alfred C Ends, ot this place hn to wed Sliss Lola Ends, the pretty President Tnft j.ike lo the Daugli friends nro grieved to learn of his Bates here last week. Sirs. Hoyalty Ripple's note for $450 for a conG. T. Heed, iiohls, J. J. Seevier, The nged signment of liny, shipped to Mjiddles-bor- o, llos'ie Dlukeinoro, Iteid Conway, bought of Adolph VouCrruemgan, daughter of Thomas Ends, of High ters nlong the lines of a united taking nwny nnd extend siuce'rest of Washington county. .sympathy to his widow nnd other mother of Sirs. W. E. Lueus is V. and which Sipple claimed was .Sam Y.icnm, Win. Cormney, Tom Lis. taim ot u'U acles, lxiug ucur land. The wedding occurred nt the country under 'resident Wilson. President-elec- t Wilson hns not devoted ones in their los. iting her daughter and will remain damaged. Attorney J. B. Pnxton Lnwiencc, Hiram Turnerillu on the llutouville and home of the bride's parents In- -t e Admits, Jesse several weeks. SrcCormnck nnd Hon. . Sir. eniug and a lurse number of friends "In eutlied to a soul" whether he will Gooch, CI. A. Wall- -. Htiftis l.ipp. Stanford turnpike, for t 1,1100. Marksbury. Q. Ii, Jones lost n fine steer Sat. SI. SfcRobcrts wns attorney for SipEd Withers, Alfred lliihim-oii- , and lespouded rn the invitation to be cull a special csion of Congress 1. It. Ends gets immediate Tho family of Sir. Slilton Denno urdny from dehorning. Albert Pike ple. William-.- , It. Williams J- - " Horton, will al once begin thu erection of a present on the. happy occasion. Sir. to revie the tin iff. The Governor The Globe Fertilizer Co.,, of LouisHarvey Hobinsoii, II. D. Frye, Frank nice cottage and all necessary out Caller is amenergetie young farmer declined thut he had not expressed were greatly shocked late Friday lost a milk cow from milk fever. Ed Peyton, buildings. The laud lies well and is nnd hns bnu!ht property near his nn opinion on thi- - topic to anyone, afternoon where they found the body llerudon, Hiram Fi-Charlie SlcWliorter sold his farm ville, won the suit brought ngninst where ho and his nor allowed himself to form one. of his daughter in law, Sirs. Sfilhml to John Nenl of Clrove, nnd has it by J. L. Biuish, of Highland, who It. Snodirniss. Ira Walls. H. . Dlnn. i..iid to he Verv leitile. The ile on father's home, keuship, Frank Wviutzc, Alfred CV, which Sir. Ends will build his Itome bride will go nt once to houekec'. Ho is hearing nil sides of (he case, Dean lying cold in death. They bought of W. T. Coulter, the Wheel, alleged his land had been damaged by use of its fertilizer. Bough won J.er, Wallnce Singleton, T. L. Car is u model one and when completed iu-- r umid the best wishes from their In said. "I trained myself during were about ready to partake of the er property in north Sliddleburg. my term us Governor." he said, "not evening meal when Sliss Slilton penter. It. SI. Fihcr, Green Yink, it will be a very attractive place. innnv fiicnds for u long and luippy We intended snying something the suit in the county eeuri-bst- i;i to anticipate my opinions; my Dean made inquity: "Where is Ber, life." wns tnken up and Jlie jury declared . ... .i i. C. H. Cooper, J. T. Itedd, J. II. Wi'. friends of course, have n right to thn T ' some one answered "I suppose nuoiit tno election in tins letter but lie must pay the note of $10.80 nad liauis, Walter Singleton, Win. Sin 5 and 10 Cent Store for Stanford it is too long past. By the wny express their own opinions." she is with Millard." But when Sir, Casey would be n mighty good place the Interest on it from Oct. JQ10 to .gleton, Walter Young. .1. It. Stewart. Great Sport at Crab Orchard I hae nold my interest in the dry .Miller, of Harhoiirville, Millard Dean came into the dining Georue Clyde Curtis, It. W. (livens, W. SI. goods establishment of Hughes, .Mai. to set up n barber shop. An expert date. The fox hunters nre having great injured in the explosion room, tho same inquiry w'.is made, W, E. Jordntij tin & Diiucuii, S. Y. Cup-on- , could do a good profitable business sport at ('rub Orchard, and Col. to., mid deiic to tluiuk my JOSEPH WALLACE HAYDEN ' Estell Goo. h, W It. Goode, Elwood friends for (heir piitronuge while a Willi-- ; is giving: them royal entertuiu-me- of u Louisville and Niwliville engine "Where is Bertha Millard!" he jo'i liert shaving long faced republicans ' j- . in. n tunnel near Emanuel, died and ingly i I guess." if allowed to ehnrge Snm J. Eiuiiry. Sam Long, member Of tJie firm. On December replied "She'b run off finest. The hitter K. nt the Springs, according to S'rt-faw- w Hidner, fireman, is not expected Then it wns that Sirs. Slilton Dean Dies at Paris After Fied SI. Fiederick, II. SI. Scott, H, 1st. I will open in the store next to part of llie week is being devoted to space covered. Parents Formerly Live Hon. P. White. J. G. Ituldle. Dan Kflle.v, the Stuufotd Drug Co., a complete (he Deiby for puppies. In the bench to recover. George Jennings, the liecnme imeusy. On going to her room Turkey Tom Gooch, of SlcKinney will recover. Hidner and she found her lifeless body in front bus engaged A. ( . Hill, Mrs. Ilallie Ends, II. Hill, .') show WedncsduyAV. J. Leuvell, of 111 the services of C. C. und cent store, und will be Jennings the others injured, were 'Joseph Wallace Hayden, Jr., the Ollie Itookrr, Win. Jones, Walter tliaiiktul lor ii continuance of pat Cunip Nelson, did the judging in tuken to a hospital nt C'orhin. The of the heater where they supposed Comjiton ,nnd .C. T. Luster to nssist Tl year old son of 'Mr. and ICrs.- - J, Yates, It. SI. llisliop. Tho, Coffey, she was kindling n fire. Her sud. him in the tmkey business in this I will have a complete line both the challenge cup and cham lounge. wns den deuth cannot be accounted for debris from the explosion Karl Carson, S. D. Carpenter, J. i county, nnd they are scanning the W. IlayJen, died at the home of tun ol Auius goods, ranging in price from pionship classes. Both were won by thrown in every direction in the nnr. AUer, Clarence Ha mho, A. VonGrue. as she was in perfect health. Sirs. country m search of that toothsome parents in Paris on Tuesday raorr Joe to Give me a call. T. W. a hound belonging to General Hoger row space of the tunnel and i is a iiiagu. Win. Hubble, Louie Carson, Dean wns about 30 years f age hiid. Sir. Gooch showed good judg mg Inst nfter an illness of about 34 f Lexington. These evWilliams Humble. lJtf. miracle tlint nil three men were not was married to Sir. Dean in Kansas u.eut in hours, of heart trouble. The little W. I). Tillt, E.l Henry Hiiisronl. the selection f repre.-entents were won by the nine hound itistniitlv killed. The train wns re Jarmuu, W. II. Hartel, It. CI. Pcttus, several years ago. They came to lives as they arc good men well fellow wns tnken ill with what wan last year. Highland moved by the aid of passenger nnd Kentucky three years ngo milking Jacob Gander, Albeit YouGrueuigau on to their job. However they nre thought to he acute indigestion late J. II. Hoiinkcr, A. P. Scott, .Marion Fanners, utc busy gathetiug corn Money Back Remedy for Dandruff freight trains getting behind the their home with his father, Sir. Slil somewhat different in hnbifs, Sir. Sunday evening, but no serious John Lutes bus stripped ipiite n wreck and shoving the cars out. F. Kaye, J. A. Sleadors, Lee Craw ton Dean, since Hint time. Her Cciiipton talks without ceasing 'out symptoms developed until some tiffl Fulliiu: hair ami scalp itch. G. L. 'ot of tob.icco. foul, Joseph C. Hil'fc, Clot. body was carried to Knitsus for they me powerful clever men, nnd during "Monday, Pliysicinns were I'enn.N L authorised to uu.iruutce it. Hustonville. Doiu to the wife of Sir. ami Sirs, Tliev will do more: if alter iisiui: Curler Anderson, llcibert burial accompanied by her husband will gite n square deal every time. summoned nnd every effort made fb SAGE The A. II. C. Union social will be and two children. Clooch, John SIuys, A. Sampson, llolliii Win field, a gill also to the two bottles of PAHIS1AN The meeting of the Baptist church save him, but lie grew stendily worse ou don't think it is the finet and held nt the Christian pais.inage ut II. SI. Simpson, W. L. Chiiucellor, wife of J. A. Clout ley, a son. Sirs. B. K. Swooe is visiting this which hud been in progress for J and the end came nt 7:30 Tuesday dress, Hustonville Friday evening Nov. 1(1. week her two .laughters, Sirs. Wi1, Wallace Surlier, E. CI. Suiber, It. SI. He wns the youngest child of Mr. ( . SI. Young has torn down n ui'it dcli'.'htful hair tonic and dnys closed Sunday .tight, and Hev Itev. W. S. Wil'lis' subject at Hif. foul Dye nnd Sirs. George Lucas its J. L. Dolsou left Slondav "Wnro, Harvey Davidson. J. C. Hiffe, puit of his residence und is build, im; ou eer used- - nioiiev hack. Can nnd Sirs. Hnydcn who for many tnorntn win heat that ofterf lonville. for Sunday morning is tho Middlehurg. At ctieh hunter applies for license iug n new house. for his home nt Hopkinsville. Thcrq i'ettri were residents of Stunforil, Young women who neglect their evening Jio or. she must affix their signature, Sirs. Tom Adams and daughter, were J'J nilditions to the church and w,ule ll,e "eccaseu was uorn yi Frank Hnzlctt wsilcd friends nt temples, tirow old before their time. "Transfiguration." Suudiiv Jiud out of the J0:i licenses issued Williuuisbuig u few SInttie have moved to Slmrpsburg to tho ordinnnco of baptism wns ad- -' Winchester, whither his parents had If vour hair is thinning at the tern "Our Thoughts." ilny.s since. three were found who could not write Hemember the candy pulling next join tier husband, who is telegraph it. inistoretl here Sunday afternoon in moved, ue came nere trequentiy with ides; if it is losing its natural color. A. (!. Faulkner bus been at home rtwo negroes nnd one white mini. Numbers operator. Liditi; or turning jmtv. imt vour Friday night, Nov. 'J2. I he piesence of ipiile a large crowd his mother to visit her relatives and seveial days with his family. faith in PAHISIAN SAGE and von will be given with encji ticket and W. I. Slnrksbuty nnd Sliss Slury of people. The meeting is conceded had ninny friends ntnong the children E. E. Young nfter spending won't he ilisaiipoiuted. I.ar'e hot the person holding the lucky number Elizabeth 'Newman, of Lexington, Ijv nil to have been the best held of his age. He was u bright, lovable Bee Lick Tiie protruded meeting will begin days with iclativcs here has return- He 10 cents nt G. L. PennvV and will be given u 1! 12 pound box of were united in marriage last Wed- here, for many years. .Members of child, a regular and interested atdenlei's cxervwherc. Gill with An (renin enndy. Admission lo cents. nesday ed to his home nt Keiisuw, Neb. ail Iletliel Hidge Suniluy night. ad the Qilvary Baptist other churches came in and lent a tendant nt his Sunday school in burn liuir on everv iiackuue. Sirs. Jennie Shuip, of Hiistouville, Mis Julin Hasty, of (Juail, visit' Sir. Walter Sloser, of Sloteland, church by the pastor, Itev. Ecton. helping hand in the effort lo save Paiis and gnve promise of u long 'd Sir. und Sirs. Elbert Elder Sntuu is visiting her relative, 0. CI. Spcake. Sir. Slnrksbury is the son of W. D. souls, for which thu Baptist people nnd useful life. His parents, sW. attended church here Sunday een Flaaacd Train With Shirt lny iilul Sunday. Sir. Frank Hnzlctt went to Miirksbury of this, place. Congrntu weie 1 illy grateful. Bro, Dolsou is ters nnd hi others nre crushed with Tearing his shitt from his bnckj in ".. Sir. W. K. TiijIiw has completed Satin. lay on business. Nell Ellis, of lations ato offered by his numerous nu iible und fearless expounder of their sorrow mid the unfeigned syw. Ohio man flagged n train and .r ' sses Ethel und i liis new burn. Sir. N. L. Wright, who has been an gucsis m menus neic io me nappy couple. ,l,"t',""- - were weeK-en- u the gospel if Christ nnd endeared jinthy of n wide circle of friends iii wived it from n wreck;, but H. T. I SI. SI. Tn.lor und G. W. Ta,vlor sick for some time is impioviug. Jliss ''''a ! N""L himself to the people here by his their old home here and elsewhere Alston. Hnleiuh. N. C. onee prevent. have about completed Sir John Hit Sirs. W. C. Young who has been ed a wreck with Electric Bitters. "I The County Sheriff Sir. nnd Sits. 1. C. Brown, of Dan e.l n. est effort in behalf of tho Sins, goos out' to them in their dnrk honir laid up for some' time from the eft was in n terrible plight when I began ville. were with Sir .nnd Sirs. Cnlej The new version. "The County tor's cause. The church had li.id of grief. The i cumins were brought ton's dwelling al Spiro. Sir. John Scott is in Louisville feet of blood poison, cuued by n to usn them." ho writes, "rav stom. Sheriff." hv I.em It ' Parker, will be jiuite nu uplift and pastor C. T. to the homo of his grandmother. MrJ this week. nail in her fool is able to be nut nch. head, back , ami kidneys were Slises I'Mliii nnd Sfinnie Houchiu. presented nt the nuern houe on (launch is rejoicing to seo tho spit Permclin Brown, on ,, ,, WduesdaV is1" l J. M. Reynolds is able to be out again. 20. The plot llmility of his f, l!,l y,,?Hl l,oUfrl,mr,aTf of VAhW Sl'ri,,:-"- s looking up. night, nnd on Thursday morning at wm' m' "'"'I' iignin. Sa,,,n,n-VEssie Wiight has innde n new ml. Electric U mw- - orii,,n, "H'1 fM" ' ing' '"""" of the church 10:30 nil thut was mortal of the fee liko ""' If you need nny papering, paint- ditiou to his store room. Mr- - nul Ml's" 0c,"1's'1' Tucker nnd with lighlniig touches of comedy wis held Saturday when Bro. bright and boloved boh and brother iicw man A Irinl will convince n ing nnd enrpenter work done onll on P. 1). Green has again opened n yon of their raatcldes merit for nny fl""'l.v have moved to' the Iioush hete and there. Tho stag Tliiiincli was called to the pastorate was .tenderly j Jaid uw-in Buffai Morris Taylor and Goorgo' Taylor at blacksmith shop und store in our stomach, iiver or kidney trouble. P"iied nnd recently occupied by Sir. "lur1 is elaborate nnd it thoroughly for the year lfll'l, mid hU work will cemetery nfter a short service tvt llee Liek. midst. cnjoynhV rnfi'tfyinco i promised, go on uudistutbed. and Sirs. John Dinwiddle. Price 50 cents at all druggists. tiie gmve by Itev. D. M. Walker. " TWO LADIES GET HUNTING Who Can leat this Colt? Hnborl Tcvis linice, of this place, and Miss He ie Turley, of Itich- mond. stole n mnreh on their friends WeiltiFsdny nnd were afternoon joined in tho holy bonds of wedlock al the home l tho bride in n ceremony sniil by tho llov. Harnes. Only u few intimate friends nnd relatives of the eontrncting parties were pres ent, among them being Sir. and Sirs. John S. Hnughinnn, of this place hrother-iu-lunnd sister of the tttoom. Mr. Ilruco is one of the foremost and most extensive farmers of Lincoln county, owning and w T ?" I ct i- -j J n, Sluf-guru- 1 '. te r, -- by-la- 1. peo-thre- et n, -- Hy'lK vrtr., X-xi- Wil-liu- m "t: . 'L 1 in ft I h, nt . it o. . Ann-.stio- r'.t. "u .. w .. ii 111 -- I iill ... ' lowii-Thursdn- v. n& SZ l''i'' "'-t- ' .1 - jjt. iiL1vi,! .- - 5V$ Ft r Wm jO THE INTERIM JWWAL tTAMFWW, KENTUCKY. Barks) atoa la our American forett ws tnd Moedroet. quesVi met. drafts and states root, Joldea teal. Ora.on (ripe root aad eksrryhark. Of Hesse) Dr. rer K. V. Piarea ssasVi a para Myeetle extract wnien aaa nam njwmmj evw fnrfv ara ft 1 called It "Golden Medical Dlaeoary." TWt " Discovery " purKaa tha blood and tonea op tha steataea aad the astir system la Nature' owa way. It'a just the tissue builder and toalo you require uhea recovarinf, from a hard cold, drip, or pneumonia. No matter how tron tb confltutlon the stomach It apt to be ''out ot kilter" at times hi consequence the blood la disordered, for tha stomach is the laboratory for the constant menu, facture of Mood. Dr. Pierce's Golden Medical Discovery strengthens the stomac- hputs it In shape to make pure, rich Blood helps the liver ana kidneys to expel the poi'ons Irom the body. The weak, nervous, rundown, debilitated condition which so many people experience at this time ol the year ia usually the effect ot poisons in the blood j It Is often indicated by pimples or boils appearing1 on the skin, the f sec becomes thin you feel " blue. "Morn than a wrk nco I va suffering with nn nwftil rold In mr head, tlim.it, hrcat, ami Uyly," writes Jilt. H. R, N 710 Ii. .1mis O. KuxT.of Grlpim, hlroot,pneumonia.ahlnRton, I. 0. I vo nilvlstil "Sumo callol It La fomo hr a friend to try a Loitlo of your Uoldrn Medical licnv; did mow much Rood that I frel cry. I trlwl a Wtt!n and It :ifo In savins It Is tho Bivrtrot nnd ben nmllclno that I ti.iu It wus Ix'foro over took. Mv hialt!i Is n ih r tiolntr your incdlclnu. It docs all you claim for It mid Is satisfactory." 1. a. klmt, iq. .' 1 Shot to death while out hunting Birds, Rabbits, Etc., Etc. with our shells. Winchester Leaders and Repeaters are the best for field and trap. Let us quote you prices en the best shell en the market MILTON M. 8ADFL1T- - .Prtsfitte aw uvn II A TUB BTHIOTLT IN ADVANCE Sesaere! m At Cost stock of Dry Goods, Notions Shoes, Etc., at absolute cost This season's newest goods. Nothing reserved. We need the money and mean business. This is the best opportunity you will ever have to save money. Strictly a cash proposition. Goods charged will be sold at the regular price Monelay, Oct. 2 let, BEGINNING will Mil our tir. Mrtnit at fe reeteflrs at Mi case steel sutler c The announcements In thli column an ol raadldates for offlee, subject to tb. action el No announcements the Demoeratie primary will be Bid, nnleee paid for In adTancal VIKOIb U. 8. HAUdllMAN B. V. OIVK.NB U. WEATHKKFOKD T. J. II 1 1.!. tTT.County Juigt A. KICK M. P. NOUTII Tor Jalltr FA KM F. It PStttKSl AM6HMtncnts TT RtprittnUUrt. MCUU1.L.1N. fee E,rif i. UEOKOK DINK WILLIAM W. A. ' pcrroN DKHOKUE It. HKHTBR CARSON :::::::: PENNY'S, The RexaJl 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 ybur 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, thebest quality of shoes made in the world. We mean this every word of it 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. Iftw . MISS LUCY SMITH Laurant, the celebrated magician nnd wonder worker, is the next num. her on the, Lyceum program at tho Gets the Dinner Set In Sam Robina opera house. He comes, Nov. 30th. son's Contest This Week. No one will wnnt to mUq seeing this visard. After him corns three deMiss Lucy Smith won the dinner j oitirri.v lightful musical troupes, nnd a set in Sam Itobinsou'fl interesting special price has been made on tickets for the four numbers. pinno contest this week. Now girls, From reports which nre coming vmly cix more weeks nnd you can On sale at Penny's Drug Store. to the Interior Journal Lincoln counknow then who has worked hnAl solid ty democrats nre practically Don't let the other girl win and then FOR CONSTIPATION Beckham for for the nomination of You have u splendid blame us. senator next year. Prominent men of the party who were never for him A Medicine that Dees Net Cest Any. chance. The standing today is: 4346,070 138,671 thing Unless It Cares before are strong for him this time. 44 17,C00 1230,923 Kvery democrat who loves fair play 4540,285 The nclive medical ingredient of 3144,015 to admit thnt the party is bonnd 4640,011' 444,038 owes him this nomination, and that Rexall Orderlies which is odorless, 47 J9,335 5130,510 it is up to the democracy to make tasteless nnd roolrlesa i n compara4845,600 in the tively new discovery. Combined with C 42,322 amends for the treachery 7 13,915 40126,405 legislature which elected Bradley. other extremely valuable ingredi5040,870 878,025 ' The I. J. wants to know how every ents, it forms n erfect bowel rt 5147,250 gulntor, inte.stinni invigorntor nnd 043,109 democrat in the county stands on 5247,280 Itexall Ordorlies arc 1089,207 this matter. No democrat who be- slrengthener. 5349,070 lieves in a square deal and fair piny eaten like candy nnd nre notable for 1138,877 5440,795 to the pnrty's nominees can afford their ngreenblcness to the palate 13 12,800 5555,390 to take any other position than that and gentleness of action. They do 1440,810 5li 18,920 the party must retrieve the dishonor not cause griping or nny disagree, 1513,567 1676,232 5747,530 enst upon it when its nominee wns able effect or inconvenience. Unlike other preparations 5848,820 for n 1744,360 beaten by traitors in its ranks. It 5948,230 won't do to trust any democrat with like purpose, they do not create a 1844,317 6040,070 office or honor who holds any other habit, but instead they act to over 1942,210 come the cause of habit acquired 2043,620 6145,630 position. through the use of ordinary laxatives 21 10,600 6245,550 6345,080 cathartics and harsh physic and 2213,880 Turkisli em- permanently remove tjic cause of 2343,250 The shattering of the 04 10,090 pire by the Balkan Alliance marks an constipation or irregular bowel ac- 2443,070 65 15,160 important epoch in the world-wid- e 2551,100 6647,955 tion. conflict between Christianity and We will refund your money without 26 43,S60 0749,230 Infidelity. The whole of Europe argument if they do not do ns we 6ay 2747,110 6845,505 be uuder Chrismay now be said to they will. Two sizes, 25c nnd 10c 2813,820 6960,480 tian sovereignty. The hope of the Sold only at our store The Rcxnll 2!l 15,110 7071,433 missionaries "the World for Christ" storp. Penny's Drug Store. 71 13,333 .K 10,433 . is being fulfilled by force of arms 7242,530 just now as well as by moral suasion KNOW IT WELL 73 17,700 32 13,060 P. L. DECK B. U. OWENS B. H. BRONAUOB BANDIDOK P. J. U. BOONE W. T. OAKNER LATE MOUOAS WM II l.OMt tar lutllor Hughes, Martin & Co. Stanford. Ky. Old t ea-.o- n in Age Bnt Modern in Ways The FIRST NATIONAL BANK, of Stanford Is tha oldest institution in this section of the state, having been organised Ifa'rck 9, 1854. A bank to have stood the panics that have occurred ia tka past 68 years must be all right. This bank today is stronrsr and better than it ever was. "While old in age it is modern ia methods. Our patrons, and they are many, will testify to the fact that we taka car of theas 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. H. C. IAU6HMAN, Caihler. J. S. HOCKER, Pres. W. W. SAUNDERS. Ind. 8. T. HARRIS. Vice Pres. J. R. HARRIS. Bookkeeper. The ARE LOOKING COAT SUITS. Wide-Awak- e People FOR SOMETHING AND WE HAVE IT IN LADIES' MISSES' COATS AND SO COME AND TAKE A LOOK. 890 LLSAiW, Crab Orchard, Ky. i ' Eubanks. Mrs. E. S. Hays has returned to her home here from nn extended visit to her parents in Louisville. Br. T. J. Acton wns in Louisville from Monday until Thursday of last week attending the meeting of the State Medical Society. Bwight McDonald is rapidly recovering from a lingering illness of typhoid fever. Harlan Newell is able to sit up in his room all day nfter .being con fined to his bed for three months. Gov. Wilson and Judge Smith carried Eubank voting precinct by a largo majority, ns predicted sev eral weeks before the election. Col. Fmecum, who resided near Buncombe, aged 70 years, departed Ms life November 4, of Bright's disease, ne served ns Colonel in the Union Army during the Civil War. He wns one of the most highly res pected citizens of the county and wns wealthy. The friends and relatives hero have tho sympathy of the entire community in their sad bereavement. . Familiar Features Well Known to Hundreds of Stanford Citizens f334J,I40 3413,043 3542,005 7447,440 7352,060 77-12- 9,010 A familiar burden in many homes. 37 14,000 The burden of a ''bad back. 38 14,780 A lame, a weak or nn nehiug gack .1951,000 "Kidneys. 3(5112,103 7S 79 52,010 18,270 Often tells you of kidney ills. 1041,065 Bonn's Kidney Pills are for weak 4143,090 8050,915 8161,240 82 S3 18.0S0 54,920 HJ.McRoberts STANFORD, KENTUCKY Hcer is Stanford testimony. D. C. Dyehouse, Whitley, avenue Stanford, Ky., says: "I am in a position to recommend Doan'.s Kidney Pills highly ns they were the oue and only remedy thnt ever gave me relief from backache. My back was so sore and painful thnt it wus hard for mo to get around for days at a time. I tried everything but did not seem to get anything thnt would bring me relief until I pro cured Donn's Kidney Pills nt Shu-gand Tanner's Drug Store. They proved to be what I needed and by the time I hnd used three boxes, the pain in my back disappeared nnd I felt better in every way." For snlo by nil dealers. Price 50 Co., Buffalo, cents. Foster-Milbiir- n N. Y. sole agents for the United Stales. Only a Fire Hero. Remember the name Doaus Tio frnu'il nliAArofl. ns. with Tlnf up ft small and take no other. burned hands, he held ne snouicu, round box, "fellows this Bucklen's Arnica Salve I hold. lins everything bent for burns." Itipbt also for boils, ulcers, cores, pimples, eczema, cuts, bprnins brui ses. Surest pile cure, it suouues inflammation kills imin. Only 25c nt all druggists. ar 4243,530 8163,650 Contestants Take Notice: As n special inducement, with every coupon book sold we will, for the next 10 days only, give you a bonus vote of 20.000. Also with every piece of coat sweaters we will give you a bonus vote of 5,000. Now is your clinnce. $25.00 In Gold Given Away R. M. Newland, the Life nnd Fire Insurance agent here, will give a tobacco show on the 2nd Monday in December, court da v. Prizes as Follows: $15 in gold for the best six hands of lugs to weigh not less than four pounds. $7.50 for the second best. $2.50 for the third best. No trash leaf or red sonsidcrcd. A. W. King, Danville, Ky., Judge. Tnlk with mo about your firo and life insurance. R. M. NEWLAND. 60-t- f. Foot Wear To Suit Everybody Tans, Gun Metals, Patents and Velours. High tops for men, Ladies and the little ones. r FALL GOODS NOW COMPLETE Come and see them A Permanent Cure For Chronic Constipation without Krlplns- - and without shock to the system. It contains tonic properties that strengthen the stomach and bowel muscles so that In time medicines of all kinds can be dispensed with and nature is again solely relied on. Among the legions who testify to thesa tacts are J. F. Ulankenshlp, Sharon, Tenn., and Iieulah U ltogers, Kosmosdale. Ky., and they always have a bottle of It In the house, for It is a reliable laxative for all the family from Infancy to old age. Anyone wishing to make a trial of this remedy before buylne It In the reeular way of a druggist at flfty cents or one dollar a large bottle (family size) can have a samnle bottle sent to the homn free of charge by simply addressing Dr. W. H. Caldwell. 406 Washington Ut.. Montlcello, 111. Your name and address on a postal card will Up, Sam Robinson Judge Not Alone by Appearances-Y-et book-agenself-respecti- rl how to do a thing than It is so much easier to tell others it is to We have a full stock of Heating Stoves, Goaf Vases Ceal Hods,Gra tes, &c Call and see them. yoursolf. J. C. McClary Although those may dispute It who have thousands of do it others, not tried It, yetpersonal experiwho speak from ence, assert that there 1 a permanent cure for chronic constipation. Home irauty wiey were curea as little as flfty cents, years ago, lor and that the trouble never came back on them, while others admit they took several bottles before a steady cure was broueht about. Tho remedy referred to Is Dr. 's Syrup 1'epnln. It has been on tho market for over a quarter of a century and has been popularized on Its merits, by one person telling another. The fact that Its strongest supporters are women and elderly people tho ones moat persistently constipated makes It certain that the claims rcKardlnir It as a permanent cure for constipation have not been exaggerated. It Is not violent like cathartic pills, salts or waters, but operates eenily, Cald-well- AND EMIALMER STANFORD KENTUCKY. Office PMene 117. Heme Phem 35. UNDERTAKER It URALFARMER Make vour as modern for TELEPHONES. family tion to This service that is MR. : Bl f. W.H.Higgins Stanford, Ky. HIIMIMMM t !. i- -s i can be accomplished hv means of our telephone which .you una vour neichbors can tret for a sum My small compared with the benefit received. Call )r address our nearest office or write direct to bead Uj Quarters. Nushville. Tenn.. for information recording s to pries wso kid bis clothes mids.to or your sseisar Is prder. A suit Bids to onr suecial "Farmers Line" rate. If vou are not at tires leriU la read mid clothe. To hare theas ent eniovine teleoLone service, we can immediately interest vou. Our lines thaa Bids to aaeaiare doeaa't ot ur nor aonald- wham anftMtv and fit le m.Aw mkit cover the HtateB 'of Kentucky. Tennessee. MississiDoi. Louisiana and tha ered. Omm t m 1st m tok joar bmt Southern portion of Indiana and Illinois. Cumberland Tel. 4 Tel. Ce. ' m. o. nvrmr, xu rr--tu tut as a nice residence, and nlaco vourself in a Dosi cet the latest market auota.tions at anv time. home voui everyone avoids a mangy dog and a t. Fine leathers do shabby fine birds, and good clothes go a make long way toward making a man win his way. Get a new suit and look prosperous. Our fall line is now on display. ng u Fall and Winter Suitings. rt now Bw Fill ad Winter Samples conprls roar InrpetUon. Taex I tu salt mjoos oo tha mirk W. E. PERKINS Crab Orchard, Ky - v M--THE INTERIOR J JMReUL iTANFOMr. KENTUCKY. u- p- 88 Royal Baking Powder Absolutely Pure TJwonhrBaklnaPoNdermde &! Mr Ram Pennington, of Livingston was nere on uusmcsh inursuay. Misa Annn noorh, of McKinncy. wns here Wednesday. Mrs. Jesse I). Wonron i in Lnn caster visiting rclntivcs nnd friends. Mrs. Joe Williams, of MeKinney, wns here n short lime Thursday Miss Josephine Cnrpcntor has been ill for scvernl dnys. Mrs. A. C. Griffin, of Danville, is tho guest of Mm. A. C. Cnrinen. .Mr. nnd Mrs. Sum Duddcrnr arc over the receiving congrntuhitiins arrival of n son, he hns been limned S. Why cough? Stop it! Coughing Stop coughing rasps and tears. Stop it I Coughing prepares the threat and lungs for more trouble. Stop it! There is nothing so bad for a cough as coughirg. Stop it! Ayer's Cherry Pectoral is a medicine for coughs and colds, a regular doctor's medicine. Sold for seventy years. Use it! Ask your doctor if this is not good advice. 1 !' Ml : Store Satisfaction Sending from our store pleased customers is what as 1. Jr. Mrs. tMRviOnjti es this wecek nttendini: the Stnto Baptist Association. Rev. V. O. Hopper, of Burnsidc, is hero visiting his parent, Mr. nnd Mrs. (J. D. Hopper for a few days. Mrs. Pi ice nnd Miss Lucy Fran cis, of LanciiHter, were here Wed. nesdny. County Attorney W. S. Burch hns boon confined In bis rnnm for tho past week with u severe attack ( indigestion. Hon. Geo. L. Willis private sccrc-tnr- y to Congressman llnrvey Helm, is up from Shelbyville to assist Mr. Helm in his volume, of correspondence. Her mnny friends nTc glad to see Mis. W. C. Shanks able to be out nfter n severe siece of illness, dur ing which she underwent n serious operation. Rev. J. B. Jones will lenve this week for Chicago where lie will be examined by specialists in nn effort to xibtnin some relief from gall ttones with which he stiffen. Merel.Madisonville y- J. ('. Mcdary hns been in els, poisonous products are absorbed, ctusinc hetdiche, biliousness, nausea dyspepsli. We with you would ask you! doctor about correcting your constipttloo by tiling Itxttive dosei or Avert mis, Sale. A shingle , For Schnitzler, Ottenheira. mill. tiniest there Is dailv sction of the bow F. 00.p Lost a pair of gold frame glasses in town Motidny or HuMonville pike. Finder will please return to this office or to J. S. Mobley nt MeKinney 02-t- f. and receive Tewnrd. All members of the Baptist church nre requested nnd urged to be present Sundny morning Nov. 17, at 10 30. tn tnke pnrt in tie special service 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 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 our ladies' ready-mad- e department. See the new coats, suits, dresses, waists and skirts. . at that time. DEACONS. Personal and Social. II. C. Anderson is qniU pick. Jlisi Kffie Dryr, of MrKinney js tin jjiiPft nf Mru, Itcllic Harnett. Air. V. K. Perkins nml daughter, of Cnili Orchard, were here hoipini,' early in the wreck. Mr. nml Mrs. J. C. Hays r.pent reveral days nt the Srelbaeli in lAiuinille this week. Mm. A. II. Sovernncc went to Iiiclira.mil Tuesday to visit her fath. er, Dr. M. C. Hcnth. Mr. KlUabrth Dillion nml Mr, lint tic NeviiH aro the quests of Mrn-J- . E. Huck nt Gilbert's Creek. Mm. John Uripht went to Paint Lick Thursday to visit her parents, Dr. nml Mrs. H. Hamey. Mrs. S. J. Tntem nnd Mrs. U L. Sander, of Crnb Orclmrd were in town the frr.st of the week. Mr .mid Mru. C. T. Clintlinm are rejoicing over Hie nrnvni 01 n ton in their hnine. Mru. I.clin Cook was in Lexington Wednesday. Col. S. T. Harris nnd Shclton Sauflcy nttended the Arbor Day ex. crciscs nt Frankfort Wednesday. l.co llayden, of Louisville, came up to attend the funeral f his little sitter hero. Itowen VnnArsdalc. the popular Itclkuap drmmner, was calling on his -- SCHOOL (.ilotoliit-r- CHILDREN W-- i ehoulrl have rich, red blood and sturdy, healthy bodies to withstand cold rains, changing seasons and winter storms. If your child is wear' when rising lacks energy and am bition has no appetite or possibly tallow skin or a pinched face it Is lor want of vital body- period demands special, con centrated, easily digested food for mental strain physical changes. Scot I'm Emulmion is the it known greatest is nature s wholesome strength- body-build- nourishment; this growing maker stimulant omnd active blood, tturdy without alcohol or main roiy chtikt. bodi. framtt and N J. ii-t- I Art yom mutt hoc SCOTTS. Scott & Howmi. UlonmflrM. 2 Knives forks nnd spoons for is the guest of her danghter, Mrs. Thanksgiving nt W. II .Mueller's. Dinldernr nt (lillicrt's Ccek. Misses Jennie and Mattie Wilchcr There will be preaching at the nre visiting their uncle, Mr. J. J. Hubble Christian church at '2:30 Mvers mid family nt Mnreellus. I). M. Wulkcr. 'Mr. nnd Mrs. 1 W. Whipp nnd' Suiiduv afternoon. miii, John Woodson ure in liberty For rent for year 1013, brick this week visiting relatives nnd store room in Stanford, comvr of friends. Mrs. Jnmes A. licazley, of'Lan- - Main and Lancaster streets, oppo8(itf enster, was herc n short time Wed. site courthouse. J. S. Hockcr. ncdny. She caioc after Mrs. M, which will For holiday present A. Hensley, who has been hero vis jewitliiL her dauchtcr, Mrs. Will Hays, last a life time go to Mueller's OOtf Frankio Doty nnd Willc elry store. Misses rsimlnn Trnvlirr. of Richmond were i You want the nest policy when the nttrnctive guests or Miss lvntu See Fish 4 Bromley, vou insure. this week. tritio Anderson everythinp. Hnl Stanford, Ky. Insure Mrs. Ernest Woods and Miss lin Uovston, of Pnint Lick, have been the guests of Misses Mnttio and Bet. For Innd surveying cnll on M. C, tic Paxton. Kewlnnd. Route 1. Stanford, Ky. ot County Judge L. W. Bethurum phono him nt 30 W. Crab Orchard. nnd Representative, E. U. Thompson All parties having claims ngainst nf Mt. Vernon, passed through here moTiiinir en route to the estate of llnrvey Floyd, will Wedne4il.iv IVmikfoit. where they planted n sv present them to tho undersigned, car n.aplo on tho enpitnl grounds properly proven on or before Monday All parties owing December Otb. for Rockcnstle county. snmo will please settlo by that dnto, E. J. Elliott, Middlcburg, Ky. lielo Wclnri5Ji Mr. nnd Mrs. E. K. Hiitehings are UMtmg relatives nnd friends in Lox jngtuii nnd Carlisle Mrs. Clare Trnylor of Kichmond, There will be moving pictures nt the opern hou-- e tonight nnd Sat Good pictures and Mr nnd Mrs. E. It. Hiitehings left urday night. for an automobile trip good music nre promised, so comf yesterday through Central Kentucky. They will and see them. visit Mr. Hutching's home nt Cnr-lisand go to Lexington nnd several An extra fine hunting dog nt Lend other points. W. W. Hays will drive Hill, Ark., hns been fitted with the machine nnd give Mr. Hutching. glasses, becnusc her owner thought somo nointers on running an auto-- she wns losing her eyesight. Tho wedding of Miss Mrginin lirielit, of San Francisco, to Air. For Sale. Well broke, year old Jack Hughes, of Princeton, Ky. has bird dog; guaranteed to be all right, A. E, been announced. The wedding will Call nt Morgan's store. 920 tnke place on the 20th of Novcm. Grimes, It. F. I). No. 1 bcr. Miss Bright is well known here having visited here. The groom has STin or Omo Citt ot Toubo. f ( mui cocjitt. 1. OltHIT nukf Mth tht b h KBlOt been in the West for several years J. chckit business rtrtner of llxi Bra ololF.Talnlo. Countr ix- - aoin biBlnna la Uw Cr and is a very successful ud KUU afamaM. and Hut ukl Orm will par nin ot man. ON'C IIUMIREU DOLLAHS tof rarb and nrrr raae ol catarrh out canooi oa curra DyueiKii lutx'a CATAJtaa CXax. niANK 3. CTIENEY. SHORT LOCAL NEWS Sworn to bttorr mt and luban Ibod In Qjr ptcMOce, Uiu (lh.dr ot Donalxr. A. U- - net. A. W. OLCASOX. i meat cutterfa i Hog box 'bottoms, N0T4HT rcsuc. I ,"L I Higgius'. etc., at V. II. Ilall'a Catarrh Cure la taken Intrmallr and aru lc Severance & Son. A splendid selection of watches clocks, jewelry etc., for Xmas pres92-t- f. ents at Mueller's. A FIRE INSURANCE r SURETY BONDS STAMPOftB, KY. E. D. Pennington, CMnty 52-6- 1 Trial Gave Instant Relief Great Kidney Remedy Never The R. X. MXWLAHD General Farm Surveying Phone 172, StHNrt, Snrvyp . M ! Ky. mi rK dlrrrtlr upon the blood and Dw aurtan ot tie tntem. Send tor trttlmonlaU. frr. F. 1. rill.NEV A CO, Toledo. O Sold or all Druuiiu. lie. eonrtlpatlon. laka llalll famllr Pill. Hegular services at the Christian eliurhc next Lord's day. Sunday at D:30 A. M. Preaching nnd Communion sorvice nt 10:45, A. M. C. H. Meeting at 0:30 1 M. French, ing nt 7:15 P. M. The offering for Kentucky Missions will be taken nt the moruing service. Thoe who nre unahlo to be present will please send in their offering. Mrs. T. W. Pennington, of this place, has rcrcived intelligence of the death at Birmingham, Ala., of her uncle, J. R. Adams, which oe. enrred m Monday. Mr. Adams was a nativo of Kentucky but many years ago moved 'to Birmingham, here ho was very successful in the real estato business, being known as the pioneer of real estate in that city. He was a Confederate soldier nnd leaves a wife nn dsevcral grown children. He wns 72 years of ago. Porto Dico's New Wonder From far awnv Porto Kico come reports of a wonderful new discovery that U believed will vastly benefit tho people. Ramon T. Marchnn, of Barceloneta. writes: "Dr. King's New Discovery is doing splendid uork here. It cured mo about fivo times of terrible coughs nnd colds, also my brother of n sevoro cold hi bis chest nnd more tlmn 20 others, who used it on my advice. Wo bono this grcnt medicine wilL yet be sold in every drug store in Porto Rico." For throat and luntr troubles thero o is nothini; better. A trial Nwill you of its merits. 50 cents & Guarnn. 1.00. Tiinl bottle free. teed by all druecists. Store. con-vine- Being broken down in health, suf-ferins with Kidney Trouble, despair-in- s of ever being well again, I was advised by a friend to try Dr. Kilwhich gave me mer's Swamp-Roitistant relief, and after using several bottles. I am now sound nnd well, and can safely recommend Swamp-Roo- t to anyone suffering with baek or kidney troubles. I also had rheumatism, and I have had moro relief from Dr. Kilmer's Swamp Hoot than any other remedy iV sufficient trial will convince any body of the merits of Swamp-Roo- t. lours very truly, P..E. NELSON Murphy, N. C. Subscribed and sworn to before mc this 17th day of July. 1909. EDMUND B. NOHVELL. Notary Public Cherokee County, N. C. ot 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 s" Surplus $100,100.00 Capital $100,000 Corner Next to Courthouse. Stanford Ky Resources $500,000 Letter to Dr. Kilmer & Co. Binghamton, N. Y. Prove What Swam Root WHI 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 the kidneys and bladder. When writing be sure to mention the Stanford InRegular fifty cent terior Journal. nnd size bottles for sale at all drug stores. Bing-hanito- n, one-doll- ar .... .... -- This Bad Weather calls for heavy underwear to protect from colds. We are showing : Fleece-line- d us J.L.Beazley &Co 00-3- p, Call at T. D. NEWLAND, opposite Court House and get your winter stoves For Sale. 1'uro bred wbito Ply mouth Bock cockerels nnd nullets. ANo Buff Orninuton cockerels nnd pullets, pure strain. Mrs. II. H 2t. Sauflcy, Stanford, All persons hnving claims against tbu estate of W. II. Duddernr. de ceased, will pleaso filo them with J B. Pnxton, verified, as required by law. Those knowing themselves in? debted to his estate will pleaso come forwnrd mid settle. J. F. Duddcrnr, UNDERTAKERS AND EMBALM ER8. AL80 DEAL. ER IN FURNITURE, MAT. TIN0.8, RUQ8. THEY WILL EXCHANGE FURNITURE FOR ALL KINDS OF STOCK. GIVE THEM A CALL. PRICE 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- V and $1.50. underwear that Also protects you from rheumatism. underwear for the boys, all sizes & weights all-wo- Ex'or. We handle the ol 91-3- t. 1 Wtntei Tourist Ti ckets Tho Neapolitan Opera Troupo at tho opera houo Monday night gave Stanford music- lovers a treat they Iinvo not had hero in a mighty long JJ NOW ON SALE TO ALL WINTER RESORTS Florida, Cuba, New Orleans, Panama Lm Three through daily trains to Florida, via Queen & Crescent Orleans, Route. Double daily through service to New Drawing-Roolighted equipment, including Pullman Sleeping Cars, Dining Cars, and Day Coaches. lilec-trically m SPECIAL ROUND-TRI- P FARES TO time. Each and every member of the troupo is an nitist, and tho entire program was a gem. Tho manage, ment of the opera house deserve a voto of thanks for bringing such an attraction here. IVesbyterinn tho' Services church on Sunday Nov. l, Bible teliool 0:30 A. M. Morning service at 11 o'clock. Subject: "What think B. PERKINS DENTIST Office Over Higgins' Store 8TVNK0KD, KENTUCKY. r.11. nt Ittura Uit Full Step-Ov- er Privileges. T?IA""1 We tell ii how. and beat market pticea. Wn ale dealer.: elabllahrj Iu 1806 i canordo UKTTKK (or youa. mart v tin coramiaaieq H frrenceuy bankinlm-btlll- c. w itte for weekly price Hit. Yo Crescent Route, or apply to For details call on any Ticket Aeent. Qu .. KINO, PaMMCtr Ticket Agent, iui u. main ox., H.C. .. of Christ!" Prosbyterian Broth erhood at 3 P. M. Young People's society nt 0:30 P. M. Eveningscr-vic- o at 7 o'clock. Subject: "Paul's Fiery Letter. Tho session of the church will meet on Monday evening Nov. 18, at 7 o'clock. in M SIN-- : Da. SAEL la II lllirtot Full, MM, M. IMMMll WOOL. SONS ft. THERE IS REAL PAINT and also some stuff mixed with cheapening materials that is not worthy of the name. If yoc hare bad experience with the latter kind you don't want another, it you haven't take our advice and don't Bay oar real pakts experiment. and save yourself duanpdintBient and money aa welL A. ALLEN. UMfirtf, Ky. QUMMINS WEAREN Stanford, Kentucky Home of All-Wo- ol i Clothes. 41 ir ,jtA, -: C . t. - '. THE FARM AND STOCK MTCtltt JNMAL ITAIFO?. KENTUCKY. NEWS HERE'STHEHOG WHO WOULD come from to rebuild your heme should it burn? Who would feed and clothe your family if you should die tonight? Have you the money p buy more stock if those you have should die? The answer is easy if you see Pay your bills if your earning power stopped? Where would the money red steer from my F.strnyed n placo Inst week, 0. W. Kogor, Tur 01-- 1 p. neraville. Want to rent for 1013 n fnrra of CO to GO acres, .'I to fi miles from Reynolds. Itoute Stanford. J. No. 1. 1-- Public Said mOIImm We wUI for attctimi, our Flsmr Mill at and Electric plaat, on the feUewisf terms: Oas-tki-rt. casli and balance in one and two years. Date of possession given on day of sale. This mill is equipped with the best machinery on the market, and is putting out fleur second to none; and is a paying investment It is not a dead one when it comes to making money. The Light plant is a new installation, consisting of a Wiley Generator, complete switchboard, and a storage bat-terand one of the latest wrinkles in electricity. IT IS MAKING MONEY NOW, and has only been in operation about 90 days. The purchaser of this property will get a bargain, regardless of the price, as it is not often that property of the money-makin- g type is placed on the market and sold to the highest bidder. TKjr TmtAtMt aw- - Aeftlluitf. lei t. ms.lr.tt m fAMfala. baIIIa.I . - ""- ww...a-'W WIISSJIVIV NUIVjnimi D. M. Lipps estate, there, being several heirs and of the most or tnem are located out ot the state, and a complete settlement cannot be made until this property is sold. y; """'-e, BJS 01-- 2. "Cfttf Insurance Specialists" & BROMLEY BROMLEY Stanford, - - Kentucky The Emporium Hustonville, Ky. d Calls you attention to the fact that we are some lines, and they must move. Our misfortune is your opportunity. over-stocke- in 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 jn every line for winter, in every department. 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. UUr'l.VU A. et eJL ..,- -. aeWJ 3 iWUJjj- - iUiiiiLuaji ' Jim Mfoy to aVBBBMi me 3uJ..mSQ sT-- 1 4 yn 4fi o . t ,i i j t V jL IwlTSlSk I 'SHafSi I 'isFSBsHsC I I BBBBBBBBBBBBmt I bbW 1 through . lies IT.J I I IBBBBB x ft Villi w a ankbook Sras!'i-t- o way I'or Snle. House nnd two acres of land, 4 2 miles from Stanford on Ilustonvillo pike. Iiouroi (rood barn and other outbuidintrs; ever lasting spring on placo; fruit trees nnd fine garden. O. E. Lutes. 70-Sloan's Liniment is a quick Stanford. "There !, perhaps, no other itr and reliable remedy for lameportant factor connected with heef ness in horses and other farm production that in ns nflpu ditrn animals. unrded as .that of the selection of "Biota IJnlmant larpaaeM anything on earth (or Uiudm In honee bulls to head the herds of prude aud other hone atlmentt, I wonlil own which are produced the fcedi not aleep wllhoot It In my ruble." Marti Imtiji. inj? cattle of the country. It is still 433 Wert 1Kb. St., New tork Oily. true thnt the "bull is half the herd." Ceeel (er Swelta. aa Aaeeeea. nnd he may be more than the herd Ma.It.M.lliiita,ofLawranee,Kan., R, r. I)., No. 3, write:" I bad a mare if he is n choice individual hacked with an abicrea on her neck and one tOc. bottle otrtloan'e Liniment entirely up by pood ancestry. A brief die. enred her. 1 keep It all tbe tune for iMisisioii of the importance of usinj catla and maUtwelllniti anUIor ? tblng about the took.'1 fjieat dicrctiou in the selection of n siro should tend to a more active demand for the better grades of registered bulls. In the first place, tho writer wishes to go n record ns unyinj; that the breeder of feeding cnttle, whether lie fnttens them bun. is. a quick and safe remedy for hog cholera. tself or Hells them to cnttlo feeders, cannot afford to use a common bull CCfftfMf B C9CSJM MrM Sloaa'e Uaiaeat for Hoc CVeUre. of 'indiscriminate breeding. There " t neard On. Brawn (wbu le quite a can bo no doubt about that. Feed. farmer ) tar tbat he bad nrrer lxt a hof from cbolera and tbat bla rnntdy iiifC cattle that are well bred and alwayi iu a tableepoonfut of Bloan'e Liniment In a gallon of alone, derreac w.sscss quality enough to weigh one Ing tbadoas aatbe animal ImproTrd. thousand pounds or better at two I.ut month Uot. Brown and myaelf Collrjre were at tbe Agricultural tyenrs old are worth nil the "way ballJIng and In the dUcuttlon i the raragee of the dlaeaae, Uot. Brown from .flO to $50 per bend, depending care tbe remedy named aa unfailing." upon their individual quality ami "Omebteb." Bataxmab Uailt Kmwi. condition. Such feeding cnttle enn At All Dealer. SSc.B9e.eTejt.0e. be produced from grade beef cows Bloan'i Boot ea Home, rwtlo, t Uege aad reultry ant fn. mated with choice beef bulls. Corn Addreew Sr, Sari S. SUaa, laatoa. mon and inferior cuttle that are ini duced from coinomu cows and grade or scrub bulls frequently attain art age of three in more years before no exaggeration to say that as com. they reach one thousand pounds in pared uitli the u- -e of an inferior weight. Such feeders nt such nn bull tho registered beef bull tuiys for nge and weight are worth from $27 himself the firt year." Herbert V. to .$30. The lesson should be plain Mmnford, Chief Division of Animal that it does not pay to use nn in Husbandry, University of Illinois. fcrior bull Hint sires the steer thnt Griffin for Assessor. pays the owner but nine dollars per J. T. Griffin, one of the most acyear for his keep as against the one that pays twenty-tw- o dollars to tive democrats in the southern end twenty five dollars per year. It may of tbe county, announces in this isbe claimed that the fault is not ul sue ns a candidate for the demo together with the bull. We grant cratic nomination for assessor of thnt. But suppose the cows nre the Lincoln county, subject to the prisame, in either case, the well bred mary next August. Although a cripbut one limb, Mr. (Irif-fi- n bull will produce feeding cattle which ple, is a hard worker, nnd has nn will grade at least two grades high. er than the feeding cuttle produced unbroken record us a strict party man. Ilo has many friends wbo sny by the mediocre bull. ''There is usually about thirty-fiv- e lie will make a fine race. cents per hundred weight dif A TEXAS WONDtn. ference in price between one grade of feeding cattle and the next higher The Texas. Warder cures kidney grade. It the well bred bull raises and bla-w- wf troubles, removing grav the grade of his offspring two grades el. cures diabetes, weak and lame he adds to the value of ,eeli animal backs, rheumatism, and all irreguhe ciref. seventy cents per hundred larities of the kidneys and bladder weight or to the one thousand pound in both men nnd women. Regulutes steer seven dollars. Properly cared bladder troubles in hildren. If not for, a bull should sire from forty to old by your druggist, will be sent fifty calves per year. For sake of by ronil on receipt of $1 : One small argument, suppose we say be sires bottle is two months' treatment, and forty. If he should increase the seldom fails to perfect a cure. Send value of each of his offspring but for testimonials from Kentucky and five dollars, a very conservative e- - other states. Dr. E. W. Hall. 2026 tininte, be earns nt the least .$200 Olive street. St. Louis, Mo., Sold by with his first crop of calves. If is' Shnrara and Tanner. Lameness 4ejtfeBBnOORBON RSMRDY CO., . Bja, ,Sii . w - 1mkjr 8. Lcilastoa, Ky. Rneloaeol flad Bholo ol hot that waaenred ot cholera with tnu Bourbaa Horn Cholera Bern edy. Thla hoc waa alaoat dead before vain the medicine, and than waa entirely cared, c pt loit el can, tail. are. The hog la owned by Mr. 8a9ee Kwkf. ot Bowling Oreen. Ky. He teitlmonle, and we win be glad la air yon can cct lereralmora It you want them. JBNKINS-SUBtKTT DRUO CO Bowling Oreen, Ky, Ask Your November 23, 1912 At 2 oVlrtlr T Vf inoffer Hustonville, Ky. sals puttie Draff let tor tt Shusars 4 Tanner. PUBLIC SALE. 1 lining decided to leave the conn-tI will offer nt public sale un v, SLOANS LINIMENT Wednesday, Nov. 27, 1912 lleginning nt 10 o'clock sharp, the following property: 1 saw mill, 1 iniilc, years old, I family Jiorse I colt, .r fat hogs, U shouts, 100 lbs average, corn drill, spring wagon, surrey, I log wagon, liO bushels of Irish Mtatocs, lot of onions, U heat mi: stoves, cook btove, II kitchen safes, sowing iniicliitit1, 'J wardrobes, 1 estension table, 'A bed. i bureaus, steads, with springs, 1 washing ma. chine, 0 barrels com, lot of chicks ens and geese, all kinds of farming implements and many other things too numerous to mention. Terms givn on day of siilo. Gus Crew, Crab Orchard, It. 1. Sam Reynolds, Auut. PUBLIC SALE nt my farm on Cedar Creek three miles from Crab Orchard nnd biivcn from Stanford on turn pike lending from Crab Orchard lending from Crab Orchard to Stanford will sell real estate nnd personal projierty promptly ot 10 o'clock on SATURDAY, NOV. 23, 1912 My fnrm contains 20 acres of land in G acres in wheat and remainder grass, 5 room dwelling with porch never failing well lit buck porch, all necessary outbuildings including to. bacco barn 3'JiCO, nl-- o blacksmith shop near church and school house and cood neighborhood. If this place is not sold on that day will he rent-e- d on that day for the year of 1913 to the highest bidder. The following t: 3 bout lersomtl pruerty iug stoves, 2 coal and one wood. 1 range cook stove, 1 bedstead, snfc 1 backboard 1 two horse wagon, good ns new, some 100 pound hogs, 100 shocks of fodder one good Jersey cow and lot of scrap iron and other things too numeious to men ti.tn. Terms made known on day of sale. W. A. IHIKN'T, J. l ('hand-Icr- , 89 5. Auct. I will to-wi- The hlflhe.r hlriiW will act thla ualnihln it u.iii k. sold absolutely without d or reserve. i ms mm is surrounaea oy one ot the best farming sections in Kentucky, and produces wheat and com sufficient to operate this mill twelve months in tbe year. Hll4nnvill Ic AtxtmMa nil., in tAikl.!. tr II.ia. ltlnn. good schools, and everything to make it a desirable location for the inn. isun i iurger, ine uaic. by-bi! nu4u rJ W. D. Nave and R. A. Lipps, Mgrs. T. D. ENGLISH, AUCTIONEER. Sale of Piefsonalty. . g hs ExecKcf tf W. H.Diti, I wiU,f Monday. November 25, 1912, Boginning ut ubout 1:30 P. M., at his late residence in Rowland, Lincoln County, Ky., sell publicly, 8 brood mares, in foal to jack; 1 folding, 2 years old; 3 voanlin mule colts; 3 Jorsey cows, 2 Jersey calves, 2 interest in well bred mare, 5 years old, by Bourbon Chief, colt at sido bv Rex Peavino, bred to Kentucky Choice, also about 90 bar-rol- s of corn in crib, a lot of baled timothy; 1 set of single and 1 doublo buy, 1 10 shares of stock in sot ofBank & harness, State 1-- Posted Huntlna Forbidden. THE quickest surest and safest to success lies through a bank account. Observe the success of the greatest men of modem times. Only the command of unlimited money has made them what they are. can be u a successful if you start savin? new. A dollar will open Bring what you an tictMiitit heie. ran in today YOU COMING NfeXT WEEK 6ft .O. 1 toweriul Western Play We, whose names are siimed below, positively forbil aav hunting or fishimr upon our premises: W. F. Semonis. Wm. J. Beck. Fred Q. Bnitmann, Chas. VunGriieniirun. T. Willson, Ed Gooch. Lutes & Myers C. M. Allen. Ed Ballard, J. Hi Carter, John M. Carter. Snm Cnstello, Mrs. Mollie White. .1. H. Myers. K. H. Hatfield. L. P. Kiinnelley. Trust To'rn Co., &C..&C. announfd on day of sale. ,, J. F. DUDDEJP AR, Bxp'r., "The County Sheriff' A&v Interesting l w ui t ire - I State Capital $50,000. Surplus $500 j. l Pre. L ,. I. BAfok & w. 8. M. fritter to., Stanford, Ky. . rice; V. D. CAOS. tJI VtllJltKJ.1 Story Qf Life in tne Great North West el ' Turkeys "mmmmma,mm ojrtttMve taa4r to tha drop, rtjr of avaryMa In tho i aaka tutt fn,,jfH4 tamitr, Bank vhrtav !n elaa aa Solitc Lamp Oil Sts ' WeveMmtlM.BB. market price for Trfeys Give wna. u.oiybu uii. uu, awwfawOTejaw. eTBr- - aaoMor. " mokalaao new corn no mar uan ia- irmOB klaoa. Tupiiier -bailt W.rVraH wBBBKeTBSglnBBBBBl SUBBtTrMt OwCTrtS aaawteejeBwar e- - ootltM-Ow- er- Beeer wBawJ LvewStiux. eCww' ai. MtCAiiTY, ptsi. PERIIY, V. SALIN, CssMsr, J. frn. ss. isacaubenreyei sell. P. IROWH, P aWMPaaMvawvedlnpi f"iraa H. B. Northcott PHONE 153 GoodFurniture Is Cheaper than it has been in the last ten years at our store. Come to see us for Druggets, Rugs, and all kinds of floor coverings, Com forts, Blankets, Lace Curtains, Shades, Wall Paper & Trunks. J.H.Baughmah&Co. MANUFACTURE Stanford, Ky. CONCRETING Wr arr in poillion lo do all klndi of con crating, tucb aa Block Work, PatftnfnU, and in fact, we can make anythlvc from a bouu dnwn to a frnre pott. Call and grt our prlcea Uloir yeu buy your matrrlal al UaaC. Flour, Meal and Shipstuf f PHILLIPS BROS.; are dealers in Wheat, Corn,Hay Stfaw, Salt; Portland Cement and Coal. Prompt attention and your money's worth, at all times. Phone 11 Stanford Kentucky. "T t ! lmWMIIRmWmmW!IBIIEHKg!k 'mmWPm&mWumWmmWmnHmKmWm wmm n ftyT.JHP" KlIt'tCaiupWloxPattuGabOtchaiJ. DrugSloce, Slanlord. Ky Ky I Adama Uroa, HuKocnlle, Ky School for Teachers GrMbatlf l Kkaur J, latMUMlliAlCSII'l Lib MM O.fl fcia,!.. VZZZt Tw..a1.iiJIi1 rS 0r rcHipwni, n v. r Stanford, Ky. A rvr a.i M IB...... V.lbl Ift &11 Vuliiic r a.aivoif, aaiw kr11 du. ' sM isrv. i lV airTjJlM,C.ria. J. TMrt thkJuuu W. A. Tribble O. OR4HB, Prc.lel. &X -tvi LV ''- - . lei .'. ...- ..".' - ' ,fc--