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FARM AND STOCK NEWS Interior Journal STANFORD, ( Ywh- - Date ami Renew PramaMy ) 1 LINCOLN COUNTY, KENTUCKY. y TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 10, 1012 TUESDAYS AND FWDAT1 ACCUSED MURDERER bought of David Gets Urtest Check for Turkeys DeIs Plea of track Mauplfl and He Is Mt. Vernon Siflnal DISMISSED IV CIURT Anderson, of Prenchersville n pair for Reckham livered tn Papular luyer Allowed $5,000 Ball. Dlihen Melvifl KWd Dead ami Jeto John Henry, of yearling mules for $223. m i Seeded of KM- fSerieusly WatHHrM n SaturHere' it striking and fine 4ft "Turkey Tom" Oooch, the cele- O W. 0. Walker delivered to T. W. Ing Operator Enftenwn Proves Ky., Nov. 18. The Richmond, day Nifht Fifjht. Jone a bunch of good hog weigh brated buyer, of the MeKinney sec 1ft illustration of how almost un- - & hearing in the application for bail Innocence t Mllimoits is going tn he the ing 200 pound, for which he ic tion, has been bringing in big drove in the cuse of the Commonwealth One of llio Woodiest duels ever ccived 0 2 cent. of the luscious bird the past week. O cnll to Deckhiim from the ngninst Drack Muiipin. charged with When circuit court 'opened Mon-du- y fought in Lincoln county took place W. It. (liiiiics, of Urn Walnut Flat Ilo has delivered nlrendy over 2,000 O jicople to the V. S. senutor- - Q the murder Inst month of Jns. Fans morning tho Commonwealth and to Northcott here, by whom they arc ship ne.xt yciir. The Mt. Ver- - O on the streetH hero October court two miles south ot Crnb Orchard, section, sold to D. D. lloltr.cluw for defonso both announced ready in day, was held before Circuit Judgo shipment to tho Cincinnati market, n shipped to the eastern market foi O nun Signal said Inst week: nrnr the county poor house, Snttrr "Now that nil elections ore Denton, who, at the conclusion of the case of John Henry, n negro bunch of 100 pound hog at li 2 Thanksgiving. Thurmuii K. Tudor O luy night nliout 7 o'clock. the testimony, allowed the accused oer the next thing to engage cent. nud his nssistnnt.1 nro kept mighty centi nnd fnt Jieifer ut 4 charged with the murder of James fight wcro The principal in the bail in the sum of $0,000 which Mau-pi- u John L. Smith, out on Iturul Itoute busy just now gcting them ready for. & the attention of Kontuckyt I'nulemun, it telegraph operator at i lO Democrat is the election of expected to give. Tho testiMolvin Kidd, aged 23, und his No. '', Cfab Orchard, delivered John shipment. KingV Mountain in June P)00. The wf the Nest End. Q it Cnited State Mis Mny North mony tended to suhstiiutiatc rumor Senator, tn John Dishon aged about Cress, the Prenchcrsvilhi slock buyprosecution believed it had u strong cun cut ut the time. er, threo suckling calves, for which again ha the distinction this year J succeed the Hon. William O. infoimntiuu l.'i. From the be Who shall it bef of delivering the largest drove to O Drndley. The evidence as given by Miiupin case ngninst the negro ns witnesses Mr. Cress paid him $11 n head. it seems that Dishon had himself, his mniTied daughter, Mrs. This (pies) ion is frequently George Carpenter lost u huiidsomu Mr. Ooocii. She sent 118 birds to were present und rendy to giv g quantity of liquor mid nsked und this jinpcr is proud J. W. Hendrix, of Lexington, nnd it secured Jersey heifer hist week by it heavy market nud got the highest check damaging testimony. Mr. Flaig, a homo in the afternoon limb falling from u tree under whicji written to any individual In coder, O to say thnt up in the tnouii- grown to hi son, Jasper Matipin, and jeweler of Danville, positively idenneighbor charge that undue intitain the usual reply is, Gov. wns, witli Kidd and others preparing she was standing lit his farm on (he her being for .f'JttS.tio. Mr. Ooocii tified Henry ns the negTo who ( . W. .1. ALnny is rounding up another big drove to macy had existed between Mrs. Miiu-pgo possum hunting that night. Deckhnm. o ('rub Orchard and Stanford turnwas standing in Tiishon's pike. She was heavy with it calf, bring In town early this week. Kidd d democrat who wcic lignmst und Fnris dating hack about btought Englemun's watch io him eleven years nnd up to Fnris' death. ynrd firing a pitol which he hud wos registered and her owner valuO the Governor in his last race f6r repnirs. He thought he recogIt nl(i was alleged that the two had SHORT LOCAL NEWS for the Senate and were real- partially closed n trniln with a ed hor ul $00. nized the watch us the property of ly glad when he was defeated neighbor for, und whieh he wan tryt'.ct on vnrious occasions in RichE. T. Pence, Jr., of this city, is the dead mu'n and referred to his Thanksgiving cake ingredient nt mond, Lexington nnd other places: will work and vote for him in Dishon stepped to hi front feeding ut his fiirin on the Lancaster ing. 0oVJ. W. II. Higgins'. books and found that the number of shooting that Mrs. Miiupin, nflcr Faris moved the primary next August. In loor and told Kidd to Mop and Stanford pike, it handsome tho wutch compared exactly with the and spoons for Knives fork to Lawrcncehiirg, had inuintaiued a the past the Signal has op- as he win tired of the noise.' Kidd bunch of a doren mules which number uf the ono he had sold to private post office box through j said t.) hnvn readied (hut he would woid bought at $50. posed the (Joveiuor because Ho will havo Thanksgiving at W. II Mueller'. il pleased." Englcmnn. However all this amountwhieh she iceeivod letters from Fam we believed it was right and do mi when he "d Oysters, celery, mulberries und them on the market at the right ed to naught for W. O. Robbing, until discovered by her husband and proper that we should, hut Thin Irrought nil angry retort from lime and believe they will make him nil kinds of fresh meat ut Fields her brothers. warden of the Alabama penitentiary Then arrangements Dishon and the two qunrreled for a a neat profit. time has proven the error of Iliii. came up from Montgomery and on were made, witnesses testified, by moment ami Kidd, is nlleged stnrted our way, and in the coining Mr. and Mrs. C. T. Chatham bine J. W, Hrowu, who hn been living taking the stand swore that at the which she continued (o get letter race the Signal will take ureat toward Dishon with hi- pistol in his on the Frank Lawrence place on the the sympathy of their many friends tune of the murder Henry was in the ft out Faris by having them addresspleasure in doing everything linnd. Dishon stepped hack into the I'reurhersville pike about two year in the loss of their little baby boy. penitentiary serving u terra of one ed to her daughter. Mis? Lula, now that it can to bring about the room and cntne out with n shot gun ha bought tho Ucorgo Muxcy house of watches A splendid selection year nnd thut he made his escape Mrs. Hendrix, whom Mr. Mnupiu election of the Hon. J. C. W. nud both began firing. Kidd re- und lot on the Hustonville and Dan- clocks, jewelry etc., for Xmns presthree days nfter the murdeV was OJ-tbad t:il'n into her confidence. tfcc.Miiiui to the United States ceived the full charge in his left ville pike, half it mile from Shelby ents at Mueller's. committed. The warden had the Ber-filhSou f the letters alleged to have Senate, uu office which by lirenst and (daggering back n few City, and ha taken possession. He For holiday presents which will been written by Fnris were rend in description of tho negro and right nnd justice should b5 feet fell into a ditch, expiring im- gave .0o0 for the place. last a life time go to Mueller' jewit fitted exactly the marks OOtf mediately. Dishon wax -- hot in the tilling today." on couit and were of the most loving II. C. Arnold, the local stock trad- elry store. Henry. There was nothing left then pleading with Mrs. i.utuie alwity You want the nest policy when breast nl.i, the ball ranging upward er, has bought during the past few for the court to do but to dismiss Miiupin not to weaken or confess, to (the result of hi standing in the ilays the following live stock, of vou Insure. See Fish L Bromley. giving. the cue against Henry and the maintain her innocence no matter doorway above his assailant) and Henry Wallers, l(j Img averaging Stanford. Ky. Insure everythlnp. Mr. uud Mrs. Roscoe Acton, a warden of Alubama prison broke, year old For Sale.--We- ll what wis said, and that ho (Faris) General News Notes toward hi rinht shoulder. left on cents of Lit JflO pounds, at (I bird dog: guaranteed to be nil right. Geo. P. Bright was r county votes on local op- would proclaim her iunocenco until young couple, uttended the Fox the 11 o'clock trnin with his prisonPulaski Coroner cents, Sloan hen averaging ti bull ut Crab Orchard er where he will K. A. death. The letter, nlso urged that Hunter' serve out the remediately notified and went to the of W. L. buig a bunch weighing 12.i Call nt Morgan's store. tion Dec. 10. Springs on their return to their home mainder of his term. The murder )2.'t Oiiiues. It. F. I). N. 1 Chump ChiTk will have no oppo- she continue to attend church re- of the killing, where he im- pounds that cost him (1 cents, of Dr. It. L. Dnxison, chairman of sition for Speaker again. of young Engleinnii was one of ihe gurdless of rumors, and in that wny at Shephedsville. paneled n jury and they rendered n II. Walter, 3 calves for $30 and a Mrs. Millard Dean died of apop- foulest eve committed in this' secAn employe of J. D. Hoggin's she would keep down suspicion. The xeidict to the effect that Kidd enme cow weighing 800 pounds, of (1. W. the Lincoln County Republican ( oin- mittee, attended the meeting of re gieat Elmeiidorf fiiTin was killed by letters were all signed, witnesses lexy at her home at Dryuntsville. A tion of tho state he being, shot to hit death at the hands of Dishon. CnTter nt 3 cent. publican leaders in Louisville last u bull. who uclrd in thfl necessary defense swearing they were in Faris' hand- husband anil four children survive through the window of the Q. & C. S. 0. Drown, the Kubaiik stock her. Tho deceased was n native of oftico nt King's Mountnin while at week. defeated writing. Vnnderbilt IViversity bis life. of trader, brought to town and sold to work. Theie is no question that Mr. k services at the Pies- - Central University 'JH to 0 ut foot-ha- ll and Hiehnid Hester, out on the LancasMiiupin swore thnt he hud ap- Kansas City. Dishon married Kidd' sister Mr. and .Mrs. Wesley Walker and Flaig is correct in hi3 opinion that proached Faris on the subject of tho Satuiday. Ims n largo family, while Kidd had ter pike, a drove of .'10 steer calves hxtciiuu church Wednesday eicniug rentthe watch brought to him belonged Subject "How n niece of DishTalk is heard in Washington of iiimois .in various occasions and children, of this county, have lint recently inup-ieMr. S'liv. 'JO ut To'cloek. lie go: $loO for the bunch. ed nnd moved to the residence of to tho murdered man, nnd from the the church is to meet the Home Kryau and ii factions Inns would only say: "Krnck I nm on nnd they lived in the name house. Drown sold to ltruiier Pros,, of Jes Mrs. II. A. II. Murksbury on Dan- fact that a number of other witIt is Miid that bad feeling existed samine county, who come to Lincoln Missjini Problem.'' unioiig the democrat-- , in Congress. your best friend and there is nothThere will h a pie slipper at the nesses were positive iu their n some time. coiieidernbly - ing in the reports." The witness once ville street. Police of eastern cities have lebetween the. two men for lifter stock, n bunch uf James P. Ralston, a well to do house, on the ceived of the negro it would seem While Dishon' wound is seriou it no (crr--' thttt !'" bud booglit in the White Oak school postul cards from n told Finis, he said, that matters must farmer of this county, nud Mr, is not regarded ns necessarily fatal southern end of llie connly. They Ijinciister and Stanford pike Satur li. i.n 'tho nys be has killed three be cleared up or one of them would .Ma Hie F. Ralston, n widow also of that he is right in the belief that Henry was the one who brought the day iiiuht for the benefit of the children. ''bile the diit." Then he later met owing to the fact thnt the ball from went tc- the Jessamine buyer at an hool. Everybody is invited. L. F. Petty. Internal Revenue CoForii. jusl after lie had been with the White Lick section, in Garrard watch into his store. A number of KiddV pistol ranged upward. He is nveriig" of 1 4 cents a pound. Kup-timen whose reputation is above reMr. A. E. Hundley returned yes- - llector nt nud were united in marriage nt the was thrown Mi's. Miiupin. us he believed, Louisville, under guard and will be arrested if Mitchell Taylor, of Danville, bought parsonage, the Rev. O. P. Rush proach were here to wear that 'they his c.oniliti.in will warrant his re- of Mr. Drown 10 feeding calves for tenhiy atteruoon I nun Orlando, Fla. from an auto and seriously hurt. The Fari, without n word, drew his pishad seen Henry in this section betol nud compelled Mnupiu to buck ofticiating. moval. The charge from Dishon' fill. Mr. Drown shipped in n car wheie he was called several days machine skidded. Mrs. R. E. Mclloberts gave an fore or about the time of the .mur gnu tore n ghastly wound in Kidd' load of hogs to the Cincinnati mar- n.. bv the .lentil of Mr. Willis I.. Cupt. E. L D. Dreekinrid'.'c. of uway. Witnesses swore that Mnuinvitiug course luncheon complimen- der and if their version is correct Calmer. Mis. Hundley icmaiued. left breast and death must have been ket last week. the Kith Infantry hits been assigned piu had not been the same since he Advceate. had begun to distrust his wife, nnd tary to her mother, Mrs. Robert there is a wide variance between them by- the war department as Inspector instantaneous. and the warden's testimony. Mr. I'tilmer is icmcmhcred by (lencTiil and instructor of the Ken that he bud spent most of his time Ware, of Hopkinsville. This is the second tragedy in the "The County Sheriff" In tho circuit court Friday nf- Elder F. M .Tinder is in Somerset many of the residents of Stautoid, tucky militia, lie is a brother o brooding and crying. I'm-End of the county within the. The Ihe.itergners will haw :i treat havirg married Miss Mnttie AfcAlis-tc- r, engaged in a series of meetings. ternoon Herman Camp, a The testimony of the CommonHenry Drcckinridge, of Lexington. pns year iioiii of which mnrt1 or in store when "The County Sheriff Mrs. Elizubetli Joseph and sons boy. who guve his home ns Chutta-noog- a, of this county. He was one of less brought about by whisky. Defore leaving for a vacation in wealth failed to contradict in any comes to Stanford Opera Hnue on the leading attorneys of Orlando, have taken npartmeiits nt the home was fined $30 on a charge ot Islands, President- material manner thnt of the defense the Kermud.t Wednesday. Nov. -- 0. This is one of nnd was quite wealthy. Samuel Cotton on cutting a Q. & C. brakeman nt Ensslin Planning Improvements announced It also failed to show that Maupin of Mr. and Mrs. elect Woodiow Wil-o- n those quiet melodrama" thnt hums Tiie boy" appetite is often the hn will call un extra session of Conmorning the Lexington street. Dr. Dur.icll King' Mountain IUsl summer. He was the aggressor on the Charles Knsslm, the popular and little powder. Still alinuuding in and fiunily will occupy the rooms iu nnd two other boys were beating piogiessivc Otlenheim miller, is plun-nin- g heart interest and thrilling climaxes source of nmnrcment. Ifryou would gress about Arril loth, to revise the of the killing. The only by Mrs their wny on n freight train to Danof a windmill it tells n beautiful love story of the have such an appetite take Cham tariff downward in conformance with for the defense stnlcd that he saw the Stormes building vacated the construction ville, when the brakeman discover-- , Joseph. berlaiu's Tablets. They not only deinocintic platform pledges. Faris make the first attempt toward ;it hi.- - place, southwest of Stanford, plains, with jut enoiiul medy to Miss Katie Lee Denny entertained ed them nnd ordered them out of tho drawing a pistol. None of the Com.mil the installation of u storage but- relieve the intensity of the dramatic crealc it healthy appetite, but strengnt an elaborate dinner nt her prdt-t- y car. An altercation followed und monwealth witnesses saw what New Train on Q. & C. tery und electric dynamo to bo used situation. The sluiv is told in four then the stomach and enable it to home, the honor guest being Miss the brakeman received it cut iu the do its work naturally. For sale by before the first shot was tired A new train is to he put on the jik .ipcrutivu powur for his flour mill. nets and secinl scenic and stage side. Camp was arrested ut DanChailotte Mount of La Grange. 0. L. Penny. t Mnupiu is n wealthy nnd proini-rebeen investigating '24, which Mr. Etissliu has Q. & C. commencing Xov. equipments are carried for the entire Miss Ethel Hilton has returned to ville nud hud been in jail here for All persons having claims against will he of much benefit to travelers farmer. Faris was connected the cost of luiiinteiiunee and ojiera-lio- ii production. Mr. Lem D. Parker, the her sister. about about five months. He will the estute of W. II. Dudderar, debewith the internal revenue service tit Stanford, nfter a visit to or such power its compared with author. hu added very little fictiti-- . ceased, will please file them with J. from this section. It will run Miss Litcilc have to lay the fine out in jail. Mis. R. H. Hut son. fushion-c- d his present system, und old tween S.meret nnd Cincinnati, Luwreneeburg.y Ky., but fnimerly Jones, of Colorado, is here for a Leslie McDonald, a West End us embellishment to the ulieady It. Pnxton, verified, as required by lived here. steam mill, and believes that u story. The costumes, law. Those knowing themselves in- leaving Somerset nt 0::t0 A. M. und visit to Miss Jennie Diekerson. Mrs. youth, was ordered to the Reform wind driven diuiiii will prove a big eoriect, is a debted to his estate will please come teaching Lexington nt 8:.Vi. This will which are historically Mnttie P. Fribie is ,nr home from n School tit Lexington by Judge HarWalter Carson at Frankfort saving for him. feature of the erforinance. "All the forward and settle. J. F. Dudderar, make it puss Junction City about visit of three weeks in Danville with din to remain until he ntttains the 7:110 o'clock. The southbound train Mr. Walter M. Carson, was conworld loves a lover" is an old adage Ex'or. nge of 21. lie was charged with Mr. nnd Mrs. W C. Price. 01 St. . School Honor Roll of Ellison leaves Lexington ut 1 I0 1. M. and vened to the Fnnkfort Prison last ami a true one, and one of the most Mrs. T. M. Wilson, of Rowling bieaking into Austin' mill at Mt. Lo a pair of gold frame glasses is due ut Somerset at :t:l P. M. Friday by the Sheriff. Although he third month. f.isciiialiug stories of the love of in At Waynesburg for the Green is here visiting' her parents Salem und being too yoipig to go to town Monday or lliistotiville.pike. hud a very short notice, iiiuiiy of his Grade 1 Virgil Kuugli, llulhe two men for one woman that was Finder will please .Mr. uud .Mrs. J. K. .Mount. Miss tho penitentiary will pay the penreturn to this ofParksville. warm friends got the chance to tell Florence Darnell, uu experienced alty of his Rey nobis, Mamie Singleton. ever told, is the basis of the play, fice or to J. S. Mohley at MeKinney crime in the school. HubK. Murphy bought of Orville ).t in 'jond bve. (J rude --'. H.iy Haugh, Fred (. l.ibeitv News. 02-t- f. "The County Sheriff." nnd icecive re wind. trained nurse of Louisville is heTe Tucker it splendid harness mare for ble, Henry Reynolds. to nurse Mr. II. F. Hudson who con "It is n pleasuie to tell you thnt PUBLIC SALE Mays Sweeney May, Cecil SinEmanuel Westei field, son of (Irnde MAKE THIS TEST Chainbciluiu' Cough Kcmedy is the floO. tinues ill of nervous prostration. Mr. John A. Westei field, who has gleton. Sunday night, Mr. (leorge Sweeney I will at my furm on Cedar Creek lips) cough medicine I have over Nnncy Robb of Nicholnsville, been seriously ill of typhoid fever, son of CJ. M. Sweeney, of Middle-lun- g Mis Grade I. Taylor .May, Fiiunico How tn Tell If your Hair Is Diseased is the guest of Mis Ilettie Walker three miles from Crub Orchard and writes Mrs. Hugh Campbell, uf is slightly W. Cooper M. belter. Hubble, Clcllu Singleton. und Mi-- s Alia Mays, daughter Ruriisitlo. u luxuriant l.avoniii. On. "I have used it with Even if you hunt Mr .und Mr. Willinm seven from Stanford on turn pike sold his entile crop of tobacco, which of Mr .and Mrs. Number enrolled 00. Aerage It. F. Mays, of Akers. of Kuiisii head of luiir, you may want to know nil my children and the results have City, have been leading from Crab Orchard leading - ... . i i. is said to be of extra quality, to mums .. lit. rvoe, eiope.i m .leiiersoiivine; vWilIB Mrs, from Crub Orchard whether it is In n healthy condition been highly satisfactory." For sale to Stanford' relative. cents inn., nun were .nuir.ea cnny .vio. - yrMnA Jesse W. Overs! reel, at or not. OH per cent of the people by O. L. Penny. Hea.ley is nt home again will sell real estute and personal Thieves After Corn p.'r pound. young coupie ,, liny iiioriiiiK:. ine .;. i.r property promptly at 10 o'clock on need a hah tonic, ,,i..smit ..:,:, Don'l forget Home Mission week hud been sweet hearts for some time daughter Mrs. Win. liny of Stan c.implaiut is being I'ull a hair out of your head, if beginning net Siiuduy. I'nion serSATURDAY, NOV. 23, 1012 Thanksgiving seivice will be held and had learned to love each other, f(mlt licud of the theft of corn in the the bulb ut the end of the root is vices will be held wich night during Mr Li)fo)( (f inrr(Mi.,burRt My furm contains 20 acres of hind nt the Christian church ut 10 A. M. so devotedly that they decided to field out in the Tuvneisville section. white und shrunken, it proves Unit the week. Look for program in next has been the recent guest of Miss C ucres in wheat and remainder in Thursday, Nov. ''8. join their haits for better or worse, ( Xortnn Elmore, farmers have, the hair is diseased and lenuircs issue. Severn! well known grass, 5 room dwelling with porch nilllUltgll till-- Olll lOIKs 0llHsed. I1DI iotiud evidence that lead them to prompt nt lent ion if its os would never fniliug well nt back porch, all All paities having claims against Remedy bride und groom are of the county'! World's Greatest Catarrh believe some negroes in that neighlie avoided. If the bulb is pink and the estate "There could ho no better medicine necessary outbuildings including to. of Harvey Floyd, will Just breathe Dooth' HVO.MEI people, und their numerous' thnn Chamberlain's Cough Remedy. bacco barn 32x60, also blacksmith best borhood are doing the thieving and full, the hair is healthy. present them to tho undersigned, minutes und The penetrating t'u aids wish them abundant joy. they are getting ready to go after We want everyone whose huir in- propei ly proven on or beforo Monday My children were all sick xvith shop neur church mud school house air fiom the Euculyptus for-e- s t News. them with shotguns if they can ho quires treatment to try llexull "Oil December 0th. whooping cough. One of them was and good neighborhood. If this place All parties owing Australia will soothe the'soie iiny of aught with the goods on. Hair Tonic. We promise that it shall same will plenso settle by that date. Catarrhal membrane and give wonin bed, bad a high fever and was is not sold on that day will be rentPosted Hunting Forbidden. cost nothing if does nol give satis- E. J. Elliott, Middleburg, Ky. 00-3coughing up blood. Our doctor gave ed on that day for the year of 19:t derful relief. We, whose names are signed be, ulldina luMjalew It is designed to tTiTi or Ono Crrr or toudo. r Keing Mich mi efficient remedy; factory results. them Chamberlain' Cough Remedy to the h'ghest bidder. The following f low, positively forbil any hunting Lieu Oouktt. 3 heut John (1. Lynn, of this place, hus overcome ihindiuff, leliete sculp irand the first dose eased them, nnd personal property Fuxk J. Cmnet mmlM cwtk Hut Ak li Motor absolutely ftee from harmful drugs. or fishing upon our premises: arm Y. i. Wcvit Co.. begun erection of a neat bungalow ritation to stimulate the hair roots urlnrr ol lb CUT olol Tolnlo. Countjr and dome 11. L. Penny is willing ut the maker's three bottles cinod them," says Mr. ing stoves, 2 coiil and one wood, 1 buiUMM la U HUU W. F. Semonis. Wm. J. Beck. Fred laid Arm for ViiiiGruenigan. on the farm he recently purchased tighten the hair ulieady in the head HoTFMld. tul Hut DOLLAltS mil par Ua aunt ol leimest to guarantee IIYO.MKI G. Baumnnn. Chas R. A. Donaldson, of' Lexington, Miss. range cook Move, 1 bedstead, safe fur rack ao4 tvrrr ONK UUNDBbU I btickbourd 1 two horse wagon, property grow hair and overcome baldness. ca ol t'ATiHH Out caoaot tw cuttU tijr tba laa ol Calniih, Croup, Catairbal Deafness. T. Willson. Ed Gooch, Lute & Myers For Snlo by Penny's Drug Store. f J. Frank Smith. The CaT4an CV. UlU'l Coughs ( olds, Core Throat and FIUNK J. CHHNKV. It is because of what Itexnll "Oil" pike between good as new, some 100 pound hogs, C. M. Allen. Ed Ballard. J. 11. Carlie on the cut-oHora to before m and aubarribnl In uir prraror. Drouchitis or money back. The litter, John M. Carter, Sam Cnstello, The ladie of the Christian church 100 shocks of fodder one good JerStanford and Shelby City und is Hair Tonic ha done and our sincere tala U Ur of Drvtmkn', A. 1. Iw. tle hook in each package tell how I I A. W. alXASO.Y. will have an exchange Nov. 27th in sey cow and lot of sent) iron and Mr. Mollie White. J. II. Myors. known ns the Fugleman farm. The faith in it goodness thnt we want 1 ili-Notit Vvuc simple it is to get rid of nil these y E. K. Hatfield, L. P. Niinnelley. you to try it nt our risk. Two sixes lUU'a ' Catarrh Cura la lairs, lataraallr aod arta distressing J. L. Benzley's store, cukes, candy, other things too numerous to mem house on it, a handsome Complete diseases.. blood aad GOe and $1. Sold only at our store dlrtrtlr upon tka fatlmoaUla.muroua aurtacea ol tba nvria.'i iiiiiiiL :.......:...- - ..i.rKi-- i ill- - Hcuiiiii Distili, Fred Meyer. i.... :.. dressed chickens etc., for sale. All bioii. Terms made known on day frame, burned uhout three year lyitrtu. Srod fur iiir,.irii .....r:. Ir. V. J. Cllh.NfcY Jk COTO!rdO.O Will Cordier. The Itexull Store, Penny' Drug Hold all who contribute please bring to store of sale. W. A. BRENT, J. P. ChanAa ngo and was owned at the time by baler. 1 : extra hollies. .50 cents at J. H. Olllieilisch. br Prunuta. tit. 89 5. Mnttie II. Ilewes, Frank Cordier, by 8 .'10. Sale begins at nine. ler, Auct. lata IU1U 1'amliT Hll. kv mnlpaita. dealer everywhere. Hubert F. Seuddcr, now of Arizona. Store. W. C. Shanks, LtOOY DUEL FOUiHT NEAR CRAI ORCHARD MISS MAY NORTH 9 $ UNWRITTEN LAW x$ 1-- 1-- 1- -4 0 0 0 broth-r-in-ln- go-in- 0 0 OII-'- J. 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 m 000000000000000 0 0 Lancaster. Little Guy Yitntis Embry, the sou of Mr. nnd Mrs. Wm. Embry, of Lancaster, died Saturday after a brief illness of membrane. on croup. A physicinti was from Lexington for consultation but it was of no avail as it could not save tho life of the little hoy. Much sympathy is felt und impressed for Mr. nnd .Mr. Embry in their great bereavement in that Vuntis was their only child und a great pet. Mr. and Mrs. Tols Walker, of In- diunn, have rented and taken pis- ses-io- ii ot the residence of Mus Ifella Arnold. Mrs. L. L. Wlkcr was called to Louisville by the dsuth of her uncle, Mr. George Eppiug. The Lancaster Hop Club will give a dance Thursday evening ut" the opera house November -- 1st. Redmond' Orchestra of Frankfort will furnish the music. Mrs. R, II. Dutsou guve it well uppointed dinner nt her attractive home on Lexington street. The honor guest were Miss Ethel Hilton of Stanford, Miss France Forbes, s, of Detroit, Mish., F. W. Ilnnnn, Arizona nnd Jolin Fish, of Mt. crnou. Wm. I. Murksbury, a bachelor, who lived in Qurrard county most of his life but now of tho city of Lexington, vwis united in murriugc to Miss M. E. Newman, of Elkhorn, Ky. The Rev. T. C. Ecton, Baptist minister officiated ut tho wedding. The C. W. U. M. will hold un exchange at llascldeti's store on November 'J7th the day before Thanks sum-icon-- 'I Al on -- -2 -2 Mid-Wee- anti-Dryn- identi-ficutio- - 3-- st - nr-- fa ss cd nt -- -- us-cd.- " (iiii-run- . 1- -- ton-iderub- le 11 4 fin-fiv- e p. ff two-stor- i fc i j. i, ' "" ""ft ' trw i . v-rt,. , WB1MaaBMi wt L&Ls VJ. J& i IB A.f Xjfjl Jp . sW rti A j7 - ,,.., . -- itimtmi vnmtr.KV TUCfl liY. IWVtMtPI l I I - IIS .. S. J S JLL vmi .vm-rMMBeMSsBgesjBsjBsjBBjBjy 19 - ; 1. v - HitflBBBsW WJJBBB M r The I nt eiioi loiiiNiL !lrSulSBlflSBMBB?BBBflSflSBB4' 1 ttm'm-ermt'H-- Mot f mvtm H A iumwet - TB1B MWOTLT Of ABTAMOB HBHsHsH'1 ir 'sbbbbbbbbbbbbbbiHbIbbbLbbbH HIbWP 9 Iter imT ,WH, vfcttaV ywftm mimr Catarrh yw . II i ,K IAS - wrw- Inbrrf efm The e Me eeenfke el Wif ' to death while out hunting Birds, Rabbits, Etc., Etc. with our theU. Winchester Leaders and Repeater are the best for field and trap. Let us quote you prices en the best shell on the market uhiiwoli l this eolwm ee seidteetee for efsYe, eehjert U Ik Mltoa Um rVmlWI IMIIiiiiKtiMfi'W iBmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmBaUMtBH will he Dtsuxtetle prlmery. nest, bb1h M. f'.r XrMittoHr. McMULLlN. peld lor. 1b edTsnttl el of Ne snneuneeoMSlS i. QEOKCIK WU-I.IA- Tt U0tt,a pakiubh rerroN OEBOHDR DINK FARMER 11. B. W. OIVKNH U. WKATHEKFOKD T. J. HII.U Cennty iuig T. A. RICE M. F. NOHTH rt eurti 8. BAU01IMAN it . I 11EHTKB W. I V. H. K. II. BRONAUOB P. V. 8ANDIDOE J. H. BOONE V. T. OARNER l.AKK MORUAS Wll I) I.O.N U ItUAtttutr HECK OWENS M. A. CARSON S. B. HARTMAN. M. D. JT ouirriN I PENNY'S, The Rexall Store. I 1C tho rcpublicnns want n atnte .Inily paper, whnt's the nintter with the Lcaington Lender! It's the only blnwn-the-bottlo Men's Underwear There is not a garment you wear that gives you more displeasure than a scratchy, ' misfitting, too short sleeve and too short ankle underwear; nor is there a garment that affords you more real pleasure and i comfort than soft, perfect fitting elastic union suit's or shirts and drawers. There It disss underwear, like cheap ihses sr cfcias clsttss, wade ot chMtjl,JyjeasJabor, It while nytssfc fairly well befere It Is www sr washed but It Is cheap, It will wear cheap and feci cheap. We are offering you standard garments, known the world over, like a Stetson hat or a Walkover shoe, wool-fleece- d' Dr. Wright's 'Health, shirts and drawers, E, li pw ' V' ETC BT very heavy, very warm, at $i a garment. Munsing Union Suits every one who the perfect fit. reads knows a Munsing ting union suit, in cotton or wool, at $i, $1.50, $2 and $2.50 the suit. Royal Plush, and it has the right name it is royal, indeed. It is cotton, with silk plush lining. It never fades; it never draws up, when washed right; it never scratches you nor causes you to scratch yourself; in shirts and drawers and union suits at $3 the suit. We have plenty P h L l' ' sf 58 cent feeds, full weight, beautifully made, worth your half dollar. See what we have then buy what you and n - . I -- H.J.McRoberts STANFORD, KENTUCKY -- . i t dnily republican left thnt supported Tnft in Kentucky nnd has the confidence of a largo number of people that could never bo won by n purely partisan organ. I. slinntril nnd santr no tliev snueezed. S30.00 TO 9100.00 A MONTH your need time KXDcrlcnre Fonncr Secretary, Bob Phillips, One big negro, a convert, nnd who Kor Want Dreactive man In thisnot locality. an ed. Committeo wns twice as largo as the preacher, To Introduce ui to your friend. We py of tho Democratic State easn eicn, inj'irKi, violence the largest Afnth renenis inn mat. PrAIn charpes that some one tuuipetvd hiiimed with such mA nf fnr am.llrat party's credentials to the preacher's rib- - began to riiiap. Tho suranre end Ch-Honwith the ofT.r to flrot up- rii quicK iur Baltimore Convention. Let's hear Treacher wilted in his arms and fell piicani irom mis piace Ho died partlcuUr. who tho cuiltv party is. Bob. Dem prostrate to tho platform. 833. Covington. Ky. THE ocrats aren't poing to stand for 111 a short time. such piny as that. Hun. K. V. l'urrnr. of Danville, Garrard's Historic Tree was Commonwealth's Attorney Garrard county's sugar maple tree here jesterday at court. He is ex Taft will ride in the carriage with Wilson' in the inauguration cere- in the State arboretum claims uioro pecting his commission to rcacn prece- Ventimentnl consideration than any him by tho opening of the Garrard This monies. dent wonld undoubtedly have been other by reason of its antecedents. circuit court next Monday, when he It is a wildling from a furra in Gar- will formally assume the dulien oi tmashed had the Bull Moose rard county, where three Governors his office, succeeding Hon. George of Kentucky lived, nnd under the Florence, who has made a most caJustus Goebel, who is leading the forebears of the sturdy sapling play- pable and satN factory official. The three are fisiht to make the bit: corporations ed in their youth. pay higher taxes, doesn't appear to Kobort P. Letcher, who herved as have a high regard lor tne eiions rhipf executive from 1840 to 1844", of Attorney General Garnett along William Owsley, who succeeded him, nnd W. O. Bradley, now United this line. States Senator. Frankfort State Sommers says he's the ori- Journal. Harry ginal Woodrow Wilson man yet Is your husband cross t An irri- Husband Declared Lydia E. doesn't-wa- nt any pie. What about next time, old table, fault finding disposition i3 tho governorship finkiiam's nftn duo to a disordered stomach friend T Compound Would ReA man with good digestion is nenrly A great many ef- always good naturcu. store Her Health, is renewing its Harrodsburg And It Did. a public building. Stanford have been permanently cured of forts for taking Chamought to hnve one now thnt a dexn- - sUomach trouble by by Pen-ny- 's Ashland, Ky. "Four years ago I ocatic administration is in power. berlain's Tablets. For sale Drug Store. seemed to have everything the matter witn me. i nau le- Xo ember is Drovioff a disastrous 'A mal.iiinfl trtilnnvtmn. C'.Vt'.S A Strong Team turkey in Europe, Turkey ' il ble and was so bad off month for 5. aQSBSBBBBBSl Lilburn Phelps, of Jnmes-towHon. in Asia and Turkey in America. I could hardly rest was hero Inst week as an at day or night. I doc- TI ', V HH .w1 MrttK all Ik torney learn Preacher Hutued to Death V"Ajurt. in some cases in the Circuit He informs this pai)cr thnt v best doctors in town Ga.. Nov. 14. Dr. Samuel Macon. and took many kinds partnership witn Johnson, a Negro preacher, who liv. he has formed a of medicine bat nothHurt and will soon more ed near l'avo and who nas oeen nom lion. Rollin ing did any good unNews. ins meetings in Thomas county, is to Columbia. Casey til I tried your wonderful remedy, Lydia dead as a result of being hugged your money buying Don't waste E. Finkham'a Veeo- nccwrding to a long distance teleClamber- - .V,I. rvmnnimil Mv husband said it phone mesnage from Thomasville to strengthening plasters. eheaper and bet' would restore my health and It has.." day. The preacher created so much Iain's Liniment is tcr. Dampen a piec of flannel with Mrs. MAY WYATT, Asmana, ivy. mementhusiasm over religion mat parts There are probably hundreds of thon-..bers of his fleck rushed to the pul. it nnd bind it over the affected r.t wArnon In thn tlntt(i States the pain and sore pit while the sen ice was going on nnd it will relieve who have been benefitted by this famous urug and began to embrace him. women ness. For sale by l'enny's old remedy, wnicn waa proaucea irom They Store. roots and herbs over thirty years ago by and men did the hugging. a woman to relieve woman's suffering. $25.00 In Gold Given Away Read Wbat Another Woman says: It. M. Newland, the Life nnd Fire Camden, N. J. "I had female trouwill give a toInsurance agent here, ble and a serious displacement and was bacco show on the 2nd Monday in tired and discouraged anu unauieiouomy I will suvantce you to .top tbet ilea Is two Docember, court dav. second. work. My doctors told me I never could :.o remedy that I have ever sold for Prizes as Follows: be cured without an operation, but UleeasM ITczema, I'sorlasls, and all other $15 in gold for the best six hands thanks to Lydia E.Pinkham's Vegetable or the skin has clven more thoroush of lugs to weigh not less than four Compound I am cured of that affliction satisfaction than the and have recommended it to more than B. B. B.PresaipttM for Eczena pounds. one of my friends with the best results. " $7.50 for tne second Best. 1 guarantee this remedy. Mrs. Ella Johnston, 321 Vine St. $2.50 for the third best. Shuqars & Tanner Stanford. Kv No trash leaf or red sonsidere. If joa want special adilce write to A V. Kino-- . Tlnnvill. Kv.. Jnd?e. Lydia E. Plnkham Xedlcliie Co. (coafl. Talk with me about your fire and dentlal) Lynn, Mass. Your letter will lile insurance, it. n. bbviitAau. be opened, read and answered by a 1 B. PERKINS woman and held lu etrict confidence 80-t- f. DENTIST time-honor- Tou are comtlpated. Tou have taken laxatives a xreat many years. Tou havs tried to select a diet that would ktep your bowels regular. In this you bava failed and wera obliged to so hack to rour laxatives araln. This, I say, has been going on many yean. Tou also have a lligni camrrn in me head and throat. Tou never Imagined that tho catarrh had anything to do with the constipation. Suppose I were to tell you that as long as you nave that catarrh you will never get better Would you be- of your constipation. an.kHMMl cwrk MfMSf. baa' kM iba m.MBir ikat 1 hare Sevteed and It has etrtaMy w-xwi HTM iMfiy iBouaana peepM, eg tlMMads of ota, eftftmta oatarrlt. .. Constipation wag bit eMef swwt7 oases. I often frtt in treating these thai It would be better If a Mature element were added to Peruns. I feared to do so, however, first bece.e of the number of catarrhal patlenU who needed no laxative, and second I was afraid of making such a radical change In a remedy that was already domg so well. Thus It was that I coniinuea to prescribe with the Tenina a bottle laxof ManaJtn to those who needed At last, under circumstances ative. conexplained In my booklet, I wu strained to add the laxatlre element to r.mtiL This constitutes what la now known as the revised Peruna. Now those who take l'eruna win, first, find themselves promptly rellered Second, the th.tp rnn.tlnallnn. catarrh will gradually disappear. And once the catarrn is cured we constipation leaves permanently. Then If mn enitnw hn advlen riven In my book, you will never have to take pills any more, cathartics anu laxauycs you can Ignore. Tou will be permanent! v relieved of both your catarrh and the constipation. PIJIlUNA IS FOIl tULli AT ALU UtlUU 8PBCIAL IttmcKMiaf vtnana are making Inquiries for the -- old-tiPeruns. To such would ssy, this formula Is now put out under the manufactured name of Company. Columbus, by Ohio. Write them and they will-- be pleased to scad you a free booklet. the w.' pwMta At COSt aBlBBBBaBSjsaBBasaepasjssssBsBB (l I ' ! wm-dre- da JD DEGINNlNG If) 12. w Mon-k- r, will sll euf mtmt mlt Drv Goodft. NotsOn. Shoes, Etc, at atssoltiU cost Tkis Nothing season's newest goon's. Oct2Ittr 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 :::::'.'' Mem in Hughes, Martin & Co. Stanford. Ky. Old Dua in Age lint Ways The FIRST NATIONAL BANK, of Stanford is the oldest institution in this section of the stnte, having been organized March 9, 1854. A bank to hnvo stood the panics thnt have occurred in the post 58 years must be nil right. This bnuk today is stronger and better thnn it ever wns. Vhile old in ngo it is modem in method". Our patrons, and tnlf caro of them they are- many, Trill testify to the fact that in n mnnncr both pleasing and satisfactory. Your patronage is respectfully asked. Ilemembcr our pledga. of courteous treatment nnd honorable dealings. Our directory includes some of the most prominent business men nnd farmers in this section of the county. Try us. - H. C. BAUGHMAM, Cashier. J. S. HOCKER, Pres. W. W. SAUNDERS. Ind. S. 7. HARRIS, Vice Pres.. J. R. HARRIS. Bsekkeeper. The Wide-Awak- e People ARE LOOKING FOR SOMETHING WE HAVE IT IN LADIES' COAT SUITS. AND WIFE'S HEALTH MISSES' COATS AND RESTORED SO COME AND TAKE A LOOK. L. L. SANDERS, Crab Orchard, Ky. vegetable n, MZ3$ Crimp" will get you Old e if you don't look out! Had you ever thought about a new suitr High top shoes, Corduroy Pants, Coat Jersey, Over Coat, Corduroy Suit ? We also save a fill line of "Ball Basir Ribbers and Rubber Boots. Everyliag n. Stop That Itch! to keep y oi Dry and Warm this Winter. Come in and look tbem over. J Sam Robinson Judge Not Alone by Appearances-Y- et book-agenself-respecting Office Over Higgins' Store STANFORD, KENTUCKY. r i : We have a full stock of Dialing Stoves, Coal Vases J. C. McClary Stanford Opera House Wednesday Evening,-Nov- . 20th f :V I ; G aal Hods,Grates. &c Call and tee them. UNOIRTAKIR AND IMiALMM STANFORD KENTUCKY. 117. Hsms Pmm Bfftst PR Fall Wee & Laatbert Preseit tie Stiniij HeloDraaa If ( If f f ' "The County Sheriff" A Thrilling Story of Life in the i W.H-Higg- 8. Great North West A Powerful Wstrn Romance, strong, ui Emotion, Beautiful in Sositimtmt everyone avoids a mangy dog and a ' Fine t. shabby leathers do make fine birds, and good clothes go a long way toward making a man win his way. Get a new suit and look prosperous. Our fall line is now on display. . Stanford, IKy. i.' IJ!. -- i Mr are Van aa Winter SeaBies are Ml reeey fer jour Isfliecties. Tser.eeewriet I eaa tkeUet ea the market. clotkes sett ewese Bees e er-ia te vrlee vse kaabU mH suae te. te ready mUdkm. Te kave lerssle eaa't east aar isere ekea siaee te reeer suae waea eeaaejr aae sn as snAT Osbm la aa let see Uke fee art WMsr SvKlfttt. I eann 'JII Prices, ' - - 25c, 35c and SOc Jfc W. E. PERKINS Scats on sal at Skugars Tanner's. Crab Orchard, Ky m. 9. mwntx, si f- - THE nnd Mrs. H. C. nray and Georgia, of Danville were the guests, fV- fi of Mrs. W. 8. Denksm Snnday. Htskh by yinttsi - MIm Annette .Wray, of DanriHe, m SSSSf tS) MStASTS. Frances waH the guest of Mis U' 'AaaleM aMtBers often wonder way Tate Sunday, 'their cnltstsa sre to pale, tala aat fswtTeaa M4 hare to little appetite. The Current Kventn Club will meet the keaeflt of tuck mothers I Vr TtetaHr we paMleh the feMewtec with MisBoa Alcorn Thursday afterthis noon at 2.30. letter. Mrs. It. 8. Somervillo lins return J. BeeBuad Miller, New Harea, CMi., says: "Mr little daughter, erer ed nfter a visit to her mother, Mt3. Mcthj had beea frail and laea her IcUr,' aad U ceaiUat source of Fitr.wnter, nt Cynthinnn. Mr. Wenren Hushes wns the guest Bereral months mo we merriment of his mother, Mrs. Julia Hughes venneaced to fire her VInol. I noted an luproYemrat la nnd brother, L. It. Hughe Sunday. I (fare ker healtk and appearance. Mrs. Kiiby llourne, of Now Castle Xer three hettles of Vino), and from tke food It haa done her I can truly is the guest of her mother, Mrs. I.ou Khunks nnd other relatives nnd var It will do all you claim." Thla ekltd'a rscomr was due to friends. the combined actios of the medicinal Mts Amos Willis, of Kirksville, element! extracted from coda' liters, has been the recent guest of Miss combined with the n propcrtlea of Lena l'nlmer nnd mother, Mrs. and atrength-creatlnitonic Iron, which are contained In 1'niitt. VInol. Mrs. J. It. Harris and daughter, VInol will build up and atrenicthen people and the Josephine, hnto returned homo after delicate children, old and debilitated. We n visit to her jmrents, Itcv. nnd Mrs. weak, where V S, flrinstcnd nt London. Mrs. return the isocey In erery H falls. Harris Ims been quito ill sinro she Penny's Drug Store, Stanford, Ky. returned home. Mr. nnd Mrs. J. R. Ilnughmnn, Mr. nnd Mrs. J. H. Woods, Mrs. Will Personal and Social. Hnys, J. L. Itcnzley nttended the tho littlo Mi Jcrituu Totlun, of Itichmond, burial of Ynntifl Kmhry, U tlio iivt of Mrs. Walter Jonc. son of Mr. nnd Mrs. Will Kmhry nt .Mr. K. P. OwMcy, of Colutnbuo, Lnncnsler Monday. C. Hopper lms returned Mi. tin., in licrc visiting rrlntivcs nnd from Snlt Lnko City, and engaged friends for n few days. Mr. C. Hays Foster linq returned tooiih nt the Oilchcr Hotel, where home nfter a visit to licr relative) he will spend the winter. Dnnvillo Messenger. nml friend in Louisville. County Attorney W. S. Uurch, wh0 Mrs. W. L. Murphy has returned rome nTter a visit to her daughter, hns been gTently troubled wjth ecfor the past four or five zema Mrs. S. 1. Stucky nt Iomsrillc. Hot Mr. Sam Severance and son ot months, loft Friday niht bo will undergo a Louisville, mine Sntunlny to spend Springs whero Mvernl dnys with his brothers, Mes- cotirMi of treatment. His legion of friends hopo for a. speedy tecovcry, srs. Will nnd Albert Severance. m 'ITIBH .' .' A1 .' ftomKnv: ' m, tar mi . 'Mr. a - - Bexar, J. D. Eaas is confined to his bed .Mrs. Ilia Cook is confined to her by a very severe attack of lumbago. rwm with a severe case of and Talitha "Mioses t'EacWk- r..W,..li - :. ' 'l 1 New Coats blood-maklni- c c An-ni- run-dow- n fi and Sunday with Jennie C. Lawrence. Mrs1. Susan Veager is In Loals' villa the guest of Mr. nnd Mrn. W. It. Itice. Miss Shllie Bimlette went to Richmond Monday to enter tho Nor-mschool. Mrs. J. W. Acey is Niting her parent, Mr. and Mrs. Hughes nt Lnncnstcr. Mrs. J. W. Kewland, of Lebanon her sister, Junction is tho guest Mts. liowen Uoode. Misses Jcnu I'nxton and Nellie W. Hill worn tho guests of relatives nnd friends nt Lancaster Saturday nnd Sunday. Mr .nnd Mrs. H. U. King, of More-lanwent to Pincville Saturday to visit Mrs. 11. W. King for several days. Mr. and Mrs. J. U. Willinms, of Mt. Snlem, were tho guests of Mr. Jason Wesley nnd Dr. I. S. Wesley at Liberty Inst week. F. Lnrue, of Mr. nnd Mrs. J liOitisville, was Iho guest of her mother. Mrs. Huff Duddcrar Sun day nnd Monday. Mrs. JOttio Uihb nnd Miss Nell returned to their Hibb Goodwin, home in Nashville several days ngo much lo tho regret of their mnny friends nnd relatives here. Miss Lucilc Crow daughter of Mr. and Mrs. It. II. Crow, of tho left last week Shelby Gty for Glasgow, In nlleiM (bo I'nrkc Sbnw wedding. The bride U a cousin of Miss Crow and is the handsome dnughtcr of Coptnin Nnthnn Hurks, u well known nnd highly respected Confederate veteran. Bionrnc nl ant. Saturday Mrs. Charlnh Warren has reiiirn ed rifter n visit'Ttb her sister's, Mfs. Pnttie Gill nnd Miss Jennie Duncan at Lnnrnster. Assislont Cashier Russell Urown, of the Stale Bank & Trust Com pany, has been suffering severely with his eyes. IU Creil SfcWwm Udy StTTerei Deal, tut is am n$M new. Bhellhorn, Ala. In a letter from this place, Mrs. Carrie May says: "A short time nro, I commenced to hare weak pells and headncbes. I felt bad all tho time, and soon Brew so bad I couldn't stay up. I thought I would die. At last mr husband sot me a bottle of Cardul, and It helped me; so he got some more. After I had taken the second bottle, I was entirely well. I wish every lady, suffering from womanly trouble, would try Cardul. It la the best medicine I know of. It did me more good than anything I ever IE TIME used." Cardul is a woman's tonic a strengthening medicine for women, made from Ingredients that set spe cifically on tho womanly organs, and thus help to build up the womanly constitution to glowing good health. As a remedy for woman's Ills, it tss a successful record of over BO years. Your druggist sells It Please try It We have right now the largest assortment of Ladies' new Winter Coats (right from fashion's center-Ne- w York City) we have shown this season. There is no guessing as to style, as our coats are the proven popular coats of the season. Coats are very reasonable in price this season, and 'they are swell looking. We have all the new materials, Chinchillas, Boncles, Fancy Scotch mixtures, Black Serge, Black Thibet, Plush and Caracule. We also show the best in Misses' and Children's Coats. Come in and look. We can surely please you, as the line is large and variety is all you could ask. : : : : : S.Br-W- rit to: Uitt' Airtonr Mrtklo Co.. CMtuaoett. Tffin., for bpttal . Horn iTwUMat Iiutructicnt, na fer Wmmh." test la pUla raHr. ea rcsuwt. 6-- D.. Severance & Son. Mrs. Bettie Moore is tho guest of Mrs. Ed Wilkinson. A r ( I - Bj wnhm '.nt'Hf iiiiiwt ii"i i'i mi MMiisWW11! it 5 I'Ti 11 vmotvmm n1 I Ma FIRE INSURANCE mmd Little Stories for Women About Clothes No. Trial Gave Instant Relief The Great Kidney Remedy Never Dis. appoints SURETY BONDS E. D. Pennington, CHnty General Farm Surveying 52.6m Phone 172, StuM, R M. IflWLAHD STAMPWW, KY. Snrvyr l. What Does It Mean? lM It what " sterling" means on silver. means what " Tiffany" means on a piece of jewelry. It means what an honest man's signature means on a check. It means safety. It means character, backed by utation. It means a guarantee of satisfaction. It means that the cloth used is all pure wool.' rep- OOLTEX" on a tailored garment means Being broken down in health, suf fcrini: with Kidney Trouble, despair, inc of ever being well again, I was advised by a friend to try Dr. Kilmer's Swainp.Root which gave me instant relief, and after using several bottles. I am now sound and well, and can safely lecommend Swamp Root to anyone suffering with back or kidney trouble. I also bad rheumatism, and I have had moro relief from Dr. Kilmer's Swamp Root thnn any other remedy A sufficient trial will convince any. bodyof tho merits of Swamp-Roo-t. Yours very truly, P. E. NELSON Murphy, N. C. Subscribed and sworn to befoTe me this 17th day of July. 1909. EDMUND B. NORVELL. RAGS "Rags" is the name applied by bank tellers to ntUBaied' 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 ki 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 Capital $100,000 Corner Next to Courthouse. Stanford liy. Resources $600,900 s IVJ Notary Public Cherokee County, N. C. Letter ta Dr. Kilmer & Ce. Binghamton, N. Y. t It means that the style is authentic and exclusive.. It means that the tailoring is conscientious, skillful keep. and thorough. It means that the garment will " stay new "; will its shape; will look fresh, natty and trim despite wear and wet. Prove What Swamp Root Will Do ; For You. Send to Dr. Kilmer & Co., N. Y., for a sample bottle. It will convince anyone. Yoa will also receive a booklet of valuable information, telling all about the kidneys and bladder. When writing be sure to mention the Stanford InRegular fifty cent terior Journal. size bottles for sale and at all drag stores. Bing-hamto- n, one-doll- ar This Bad Weather calls for heavy underwear to protect u$ from colds. We are showing : It means assured value at a moderate price: a GUARANTEE THAT YOU WILL GET AT LEAST' TWO FULL SEASONS' SATISFACTORY SERVICE! FROM THE GARMENT THAT CARRIES IT,1. eans It-m- J.L.Beazley &Co Isn V that a label worth looking for ff Come in here and ask to see the suits, coats and skirts thaC) We alone, in this city, sell diem. bear this Wooltex label. AND EM. UNDERTAKERS ALSO DEAL. BALMER8. MAT. ER IN FURNITURE, TINGS, RUQ8. THEY WILL FURNITURE EXCHANGE FOR ALL KINDS OF STOCK. GIVE THEM A CALL. PRICK 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 ; Fleece-line- d Wool-fleece- ! and $1.50. We handle the underwear that Also protects you from rheumatism. underwear for the boys, all sizes & weights all-wo- J ol We are now receiving our second slock of Wooltex Suits and Cloaks. New models. New Fabrics. Every one absolutely the latest models and Pure Wool. E M THE H.BLACK COMPANY DESIGNERSamoMAKERS M M 1 This fobel on awry Wooltex garment THERE 18 REAL PAIMT and also soma afuff mixed with cheapening materials that ia not worthy of the naaaa. It yoc hare had expsrisnea with the latter kind yoa don't want another. If yoa haven't take oar advice and don't experiment. Bay ear real palate and save yourself 'disapptfatauat aad oney as welL A. B. ROBERTSON & BRO., DANVILLE, KENTUCKY. I M Cummins fo Weaken Clothes. S. V Stanford, Kentucky Home of All-Wo- ol a IA.ALLCR. StMfsrtKy. iimi-- f- X Ji rV -- THE WTElfr mcBBsfs JHWfL IfAf Ittt. K1WTIWKY. TUEHAV, WtVEWCB It. 1112 Danville Tobacco Warehouse Co. WALNUT STREET (Incorporated) "WATCH US GROW" V" DANVILLE, KENTUCKY. . Largest Looie Leaf House South of Kentucky River. Main Floor 115x280 feet. Capacity 250,000 lbs a day. Unloading facilities for 50 wagon at a time. Comfortable stalls for 250 hersee. pREE NSURANCt N0 CHARGE FOR REJECTIONS. And the best AUCTIONEER in Kentucky. POSITIVELY Will ipo. far sale if Tehcci Tkrsfcy, N.veufctr 21. FARM AND STOCK We solicit your business and promise you a square deal NEWS C. A. Arnold, of Garrard, bought 'J8 130 pound hogs from Loyd Itotirnp at 0 cents and a bunch of 180 pound porkers from Phillip Ilrotrn nt $7 er hundred. Colonel Jack Chinn, of Woodford county bought a fine combined mare from a Lincoln trader while at the Fox Hunters Meet nt Crob Orchard -- H. C. BRIGHT, President. The Emporium Hustonville, Ky. Calls you Vot, near Goshen, hold to J. n Garrard c.iunty party a two year old filly for i:."i. Dr. Hugh Kcid delivered to T. V. Jones n bunch of 000 pound heifers for which he received 4 4 cent. Onvidson and Doty, the Lancaster butchers bought 3 530 pound hogs 1-- Turkeys Wearepayiis the highest market price forTvkeys Give us a call before yoi Public Sale! on 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 flour 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 battery; and 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, of the price, as it is not often that property of the money-makintype is placed on the market and sold to the highest bidder. The reason for selling, is to make a complete settlement of the D. M. Lipps estate, there being several heirs and most of them are located out of the state, and a complete settlement cannot be made until this property is sold. g attention to the fact that we are some lines, and they must move. Our misfortune is your opportunity. over-stock- ed in Reduction in Ladies' Coat Suits and Cloaks. Tl i r 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 department. tf 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. 38 VVV a bank account makes the difference Buy Your Own Farm slave for another man from early morn till late at night TO is the qiestiti baik acctwt today. yw' should aiswer rigk mw. A Start swing makes tie difference. We will kelp yti purchase the fan. ceiiti per pound. J. II. linughmnn bought 13 head Br. H. F. Tuylor, of Mintonville, Ctaey County, ha bought out B. W. of feeding yearling from Joe Cartel, of the Walnut Flat section, for Iioigh nt Kidd's Store, and hns rentsell. 8420 for the bunch. Mr. Hangh-mn- n ed K. FI. Kidd's, fine farm. will put these steers out with C'onter Hrot., of upper flnrrard shipped a ear load of mixed stock the mnny others he is carrying oer from Point Leavel to V. It. Ctnw-for- d the winter. Sam Sutton of Garrard, sold a at Cincinnati. PHONE 153. Thnrlow Jones shipped to the Cin- buckling mule colt to V. A. Lear for irgil Layton, of the nrac Wednesday 3 car- $lo0. cinnati market loads of hogs, bought at from $(1 to county sold n mule colt to Denny Hro-- ., Walter Fast for $102.50. $0.83 on the hundred. void a mule to Walter T. W. Jones shipped to Cincinnati this week a car load of 175 tumid Gro.v for $120, Sam End's hogs which cost him fi 3 4 cents, lie Kd C. Gaines the Lancaster insur- delivered to T. W. nlio shipped 2 loads of butcher stuff . auce man will hold his niinuat coni Jones a bunch of 150 pound hogs nt cents. for which be paid 3 to 4 1.- - cents. jsldW a Lancaster next Monday, 0 The Danville tobacco warehouses court dav there. He will gie away Xenr Perryullo II, L. Ilroyles will both start their sales Thursday. about foil in prizes. IVof. Roberts bought of J. T. Watson oue 75 pound Tobacco is already being hauled in. of State University, will be the steer at 5 cents jer pound; of ltcports from Lexington arc that the judge S. M. Rupley two 700 pound steers O. D. Boone, of the southern part .at same price nnd of J. T. Lest market is averaging around 10, 12 and 15 cents. of the county, shipped n car load of eight 50 pound shoats for $20. 100 to 150 pound hogs to the CincinThe Montgomery county fair V. A. Ioar, of Lancaster, bought is adcrliin a colt stake nati mnrgct which cost him 5 to 0 100 head of swine from Walker of Ballard & Brndsluiw, 511 porkers costing him for the Mt. Sterling fair this year, cents. lie bought to be worth' $3,500, the first money Thompson, of Preachersville, 7 cat $8 er hundred and 41 hogs averag being fu'00 nnd the 20th prize $75. tie at $2.00 to $3.23. ing 120 pounds and costing 7 2 This ought to draw the good nes. J. D. Ends and Son delivered to cents. W. G. Anderson, of Garrard sold Sheriff W. L. McCnrty 50 barrels It. I. Burton, of Garrard, has a bunch of heifer- - to a Hoylo coun xif corn nt $2.50. T. A. Brent sold ty trader at $25 per head and 5 to W. D. Gooch 50 barrels of corn bought 15 head of extra good mule (oil- - that cost bun an acrago price head of 800 pound sleers to Mr. nt .$2.50 ilrlhcred, W. It. Gaines, of of $05 per head and that he is feedper hundred. Ul Walnut Hat, sold to B. D. Holt-elnBottom nt ing at bis fine farm formerly B. F. mule to D. butcher stuff at 4 some Price sold a and some 100 pound bogs at o 2 Pnttun place, near Bryantsvillc. Mr. F. Rankin for tl.'-O. Burton sold a car load of yearling J. II. Bustle, of the Cedar Creek rents. b briil- - to Tennes-e- e dealers at an out on Rural D. M. Anderson, section, sold a couple of two year price of $125 wr head. old steers to John Stephenson at a Rnute No. 4 delivered to Ike Shelby averace Col. J. P. Chandler, Lincoln's aucThey weighed the big bnjer, a drove of 43 bead of nickel a pound. End about 53,0 pounds each. Mr. Bustle 1,000 pound cattle which were en tioneer, wn- - up in the sold a suckling mare mule eolt to gaged Iiv Mr. Khelhv several month' last week and conducted several enrfiT. They went at from 4 3- -1 sales. He conducted the John NewWin. Duncan for 87.50. S. J. Etubry, Jr., delivered to T. to 5 cents a pound. Mr. Anderson ell sale and obtained good prices for Hor-e- s W. Jones 52 hogs averaging 200 lbs so'd to W. C. Shanks a couple of almost everything offered. mules, one a mare and brought from f75 to $102, mules for which he recehed ( 4 cents. averaged $137, fnt hogs sold from Jones shipped them to the Cincinnati the other a horse, form $225. Ike Dick Seudder, of McKinney. who $Tl to $17, shoats at $2.50. maket along with a load t butcher stuff which he bought at 3 to 3 2 - probably doing n large, if not Terry bought the saw mill for $350. cent- -. lie ships nn average vf larger Jirre business, as any other the farm was not offered, as the four carloads per week to the city of the big breeders in this -- late, wa- owner- - preferred to accept a primarkets nuil keeps the IWal stock nt the Thurmnn & IVters snJ, near vate offer. Col. Chandler also sold dealers busy supplying hiv demands. Springfield la- -t week, and Imnuht a the house and eiaht acres of land of the late number of fancy bred fillies and belonging to the Simon Weil, the export cattle dealThe with headquarters at Lerington, mares. He bought the good blood tlivirge Cash of Turnersville. er, was here this week and bought of R. mare Maggie Me by Rex McDonald place was bought by James Cash for The farm 'of T. A. WilkinT. Bruce for immediate delivery n and out of Rex Denmnrk man1, he $1,530. colored nt Hustonville, was CO cattle for which he paid also bought n Rex Peavine filly, a son, bunch of cents. Thev weighed l,00l pounds. Rex McDonald filly, n Kentucky withdrawn at ffiO an acre. Col. Weil also bought 38 exporter from Choice filly nnd a stud colt by Rex ('handier hns been greatly in demand ccns. Hilton. The bunch co- -t him n total at sales recently and is having much I. II. Baughman, paying- with them, Micee-- s of $1,173. These cattle will wcih 1.3id lbs. nl C l-- for f-'2- 3. 'J H. B. Northcott Stanford, Ky. We will offer for at public auction, our Flour Mill and Electric plant, on the following terms: d cash One-thir- November 23, 1912 at 2 o'clock P. M., in Hustonville, Ky. tale 1- -4 -2 1-- w l-- 2c 1-- The highest bidder will get this valuable property, as it will be sold absolutely without or reserve. This mill is surrounded by one of the best farming sections in Kentucky, and produces wheat and corn sufficient to operate this mill twelve months in the year. Hustonville is a desirable place in which to live: Good citizens, good schools, and everything to make it a desirable location for the mill. Don t forget the date. by-bi- d 't W. D. Nave and R. A. Lipps, Mgrs. T. D. ENGLISH, AUCTIONEER. 3-- Id Sale of i- Personalty. As Executor of W. H. Didderar, I will, m Monday, November 25, 1912, Beginning at about 1:30 P. M., at his late residence in Rowland. Lincoln County, Ky., soil publicly, S brood mares, in foal ro jack; gelding, 2 years old, 3 weanling mulo colts; 3 Jersey cows, 2 Jersey calves, 2 interest in well bred rraro, '5 years old, by Bourbon Chief, colt at side by Rex Peavine, bred to Kentucky Choice; also about 90 bar-rol- s 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. i 3-- Come in and let us tell you HOW. Sell Your Tobacco at the STATE BANK & TRUST CO., Capital $50,000. Surplus $500 w. l. Mccarty, ptm. J. . L. PENNY, V. Ptm. M. SALIN, Cashier. Stamford, Ky.' S. RICE, V. Prss. ss. A.-C- a'r. J. 0. EADS. R. P. MOWN, People's Tobacco Warehouse (INTOHl'ORATKD) J. F. DTJDDERA.R, Bxo'r. Perry ville Street, One Block from Queen & Crescent Depot J. H. Baughman MANUFACTURE & Go. DANVILLE, KY. Phone No. 50 Opening Sale November 21, 1912, and sales daily at T. D. NEWLAND, Call Flour, Meal and Shipstuff are dealers in Wheat, Corn,Hay Straw, Salt, Portland Cement and Coal. Prompt attention andiyour money's worth at all tmes. Phone 11 Jtsmford, Kentucky. It thereafter. Capacity enlarged and every facility for the best of accommodations. Col. C. C. Lucas, of North Carolina, will sell. I. M. DUNN, President. opposite Court House and get your winter stoves PU1LIC SALE. t.v, I will Having decided to leave the conn. offer ut public sale on Wednesday, Nev. 27, 1912 JAMES SALLEE, Sec'y. Itesiniiinjj ut 10 o'clock nhiirp, the following propei ty: 1 miw mill, I mule, ft yeum old, 1 family hothe I colt, f fut lings 0 hhoutu, 100 lbs uveruge, corn drill, uprinjj wagon, surrey, I log wagon, GO bushels of Irish potatoes, lot of onions, li heat Rtpves, cook tove, 3 kitchen sales, sewing machine, 'J waul robes, L' huieaiis, I extension tuble, II bed. sleudx, with spring, 1 washing uia chine, 50 barrelh corn, lot of chicks wi and geese, all kinds of farming implements and many other thing too numerous 0 mention. Terms given on day of sale. 6$ CrW, Cn.b Orchard, K. 1. iiifr