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PL 'it . t, w ( T WW ffffvfVfV rfvp WnM T NT wWiti Hf BMO Ml abXirvlVfan VfMlw ryNRpVy rOUKDUD 1M9. MCAVY 63D YEAR. STANFORD, LINCOLN COUNTY, KENTUCKY. RMINSOtt-HOP- PEIt FRIDAY. NOVEMBER. 22, 1013. WARM ARGUMENT Sch-runk, TUESDAYS AND FRIDAYS $300, ndvising mo of same, nnd I'll promise to have my certified cheque for same amount within 24 hours ufter I liuve received such notice. Again Mr. Ray states incorrectly when he says that Missouri King ban two blue-- j on Kentucky Choice, as we ouly met four times this Jenr twice at Kansas City, American Royal Show, whcii Choice was plac ed firnt each time, Missouri King second, while nt Snuthville, Mo., Missouri King wa, 1st, Choice 2d, only meeting once, which is true regarding the St. Louis Horse Show) when Mr. Rny declared openly, without choice of words, that the decision was n shame, and that Kentuck-inn- s should never exhibit in Missouri in the five gaited classes when the judges, n majority of them, were from Missouri. Very truly yours. MAT S. COHEN. tAMAIES tlVEN RAILWAY AtAWSTt.lC. Hv daughter of An interesting controversy is on Offense John llouk, of Kockcnstle, lcll inlo ;n the horse pupcM over the qucs fifteen-gallo- n jar ot water and' tion ns to which is the champion a The first trial held in Lincoln Circuit court adjourned for tlio wlis drowned Couutv for violation of the Compulshow horse of the year. P. W. Rny, The Somerset High School eleven tfovember term Thursday. Judge sory Educational law, was had in Howling Orecn, writing in the mid the team troni tho school for of Counlv Judge J. P. Bailey's court l'ardin'goes to IJinensler for lne pluycd a tie Former's Home Journal, made exDunville the deul at Thursday morning. The defendant beginning of the Onrrurd couit on (J, ut football, lust weeki travagant claims for his great horse gume, 0 to 111 the case was D. V. Holmes, ot imJtfonday witb the satisfaction oC The Dunville Advocute Huya tbui My Major Dare. Mat Cohen the East End of the county. Super gotten the lo-- c knowing that he has Col. ( liftou Rodcs Andcmon, of mediately took up the gauntlet on intendent of Schools Garland Sin Uojle. will be u candidate for State behalf of the grcut black stallion gleton hud information that Harvey docket in Rood shape. Much said: Senator next yeur. Crab Orchard Mayor Out Aaain the Kentiukj's Choice in the last numson of Mr. Holmes f nt the litigation was dipoed Miss (Inmettc Robinson und Mr. York was not in school nnd began an inr Dr. W. W. Unrein, the popular Walter O. Hopper were quietly A New who iinv tumid the four ber of the sump paper and writes n recent session, in one form slew the gambler, letter- which is vestigation. As it wits the parent' ol interest to horseMirtor ol dab Orchard, wiih in married ut the home of the bnde' gtiuineu tiunthcr. first offcne. Judge Bailey gav'o him Hon, E. V. Purvenr. of Danville, Hinnf.ird Wednesday nnd was lieine mother, Mrs. Jennie Robinson, on Rosenthal, guilty mid they will be men of this country. He says: the lowest fine. $5. For the second (he newly elected ComnionwiiiltliV conitriituliited hv his miiuy friends West High htrecl, estcrdny nftpr-noo- ii electrocuted along with Decker, the Editor Fanners Home Journal: lieutenant, who lured them offense the law provides a heavier Attortiev for thin distict, hntr re- upon his recoierv from n eere in the present e of only the im- In your issue of November Uth penalty, and it might be well for ommN-io- n. und will Ile- spell of typhoid foier. Dr. Iluraiu' l liate relatives .if ihe enup and ll to do the deed. ceived lu the heading of "Horse parents to keep well informed on The Tuiks have refused lo ucocpt under um his duties lit Ijllicimlrr Monday. rnmily was horelv nrilteted with this few intimate lnciids. The ceremony terms ot pence oftercd the Balkan Notes fiom the Pennyiile," there this law und to see to it that their foin was iiorformed by Rev. J. Wl Forter Minim V. as he, his uife and A In me niunlicr of eases were disehihltcn nre kjpt constantly in over the signatitic of posed of and there was- imt u Hirmte ijiildrcii Were all ill with it ut the of LuxiiiL'tou. uud I lev. W. H. Hop- allies ntitl fighting has been re- appeared, Superintendent school Singleton liung jury durmz (he term. The onlv sniiie t'unc. All arc up nnd iilioul per, of Ruriiside u hi other of the sumed. Cholera lias bioken out m Mr. P. W. Rny, nil artiile so lrro.nl HOME MISSION WEEK is determined to see thut the law is tuiirth r mo on the docket miih that recovered their MrciiKth now, hut groom. The beautiful old home was armies nnd is killing more thnu the in its scope, so unfounded with enforced und is in constant touch killing facts, and u filled with erroneous To Be tastcfullv decoialcd fin- - the occa- wnr. uf John Ilcurv charged with Kimr thev nnd n serious tunc of it. Dick Dunn, n prominent farmer Observed by Churches of City with every school under his superviI Operator James Knirlcinnii ut the color sclu nn- - being cnrneil of tho Kirksvillc not refrain sion, emi sion. He says thut the compulsory section, uud Miss stntemeiits thut Preachersville Nov. 24, Dec. I. Mountain uud lie wan dismissed. Citout in preen and white, with a net is the best law upon the statute llolu Heckuer, a popular and pretty from answering. nnd tutn homicide hliimld occur in the ies of chrsiinthcmiinis Miss Willie Moore Msitcd the Mr. Ray claims the champion books relating to schools unci that Helen girl, weie made one ut the Februnrv imiw mill .....i., iv ii..tu-tlending a hair but ted iiiiiiiIh. The following is tho program for since its ad.intion, the enrollment week. The saddle stnllion of 11)12, mid claims home of the bride last week. only one ease of .Misses McAIister first of evcontiast to the solemn trm. there will lie then; that of Qiiiiiii Nnylor uud hister. Miss been swielheiirts for some that more real money was refused Home Mission Week an it will be bus materially increased in every wcro no ntleniliinl. the two had Ihe kind to he, tried (bspived by the Stanford churches Yuhi. Msitcd their ier. Mr-- firmer ent. There time. for My Mnjor Dare-- than was ever next week. It is a matter of very scluiol in Lincoln county. He makes John Dishoii for killiinc MWViu, iwim (lastiueall ut leieinonv being pertnnncu in n sim the rounds nenriy every week and is Kentucky friends have received given fur any saddle stallion, and lvmt l.eirtcll. DihIiuii ple manlier m the puilor maid sug- ii! I rub Orrhnnl lust week. cre.it rearet that Rev. J. B. Jones M. F. LiiWTcncn has just umm announcement ot the marriage of goes on with a proposition that ho will not be nble to tuke the place ns exciting eiety energy to sec that it first thought to he fntnllv urruiigeineiiis. uic vh tiesine the law is obeved. Miss Nellie Orbison. ot Fiunklort, il lieH hloik bain, the huliili-wor- k from liul from nh.it hiin-el- f, willing to put up f.'OO n comer signed him but that will he supplied wine it tiaelilig suit of blue Mini of Jan. Hruuit and sou. He earned bride's roses. Iimnediiitelv to Mr. William A. Harucs, the wed- is seems now Unit he will hi bedside it - recently Looks Bad For Bell. ding having taken place in St. Pel- - and let the owners of Keutucky and the siibiect disoitsnd. I,et evIlls 1)1 ulteriMiid the hapiiy couple lett on rsbuig. rcroter. A coriiiierV Jury exoner-nte- d hits hail and hisnk ifsidrlieihome, known as the Fla. .Mr. Harucs is u mi Choice. Niekle Piute. Astral King, en one note times nnd plnees nnd be Charles W. Bell, who was Slate it held an iim.uest painted DikIuui when the MT tniiu for u short Initial ot on hand. the lateJCev. Ueorgc U. Karnes. Missouii King ami Hiircl Dawn enIustnanco Commissioner, under the Kldd's hodv. hut tin- - tloen not old Ijickey place, is ne of the tup to the smith after which tho 4iu--r Sunday, 10:43 A. M. Each pastor Willson has been making her home ter the j'ack pot, the winner to take republican administration haiiilsnuiest hereabouts. necc-slirineipnt Bulum. v tit be nt home ut 22 West Main The bride Subject: "Our in Kentucky. wu$ given a fearful in his own church. in Sanibel Island, Fin. for severnl all, and what the International ofWednesday iiftemo.iu and Tlilirs-lu- y Horn, t. the wife of John I.. Ken- street. granddaughter n. fers, go to the second nnd third hor- Country, God's Country." grilling by the report of the State were taken up with the hint "f nedy, a fine mrl Miirv June. The wedding is of wide interest all vears. She is a the late Hiiam Herrv. u wenlthv i tion where the controllPadgett against the C. N. O. .Sunday, 7 P. M. Baptist church. Inspector nnd Examiner which has Abiu ses. Mrs. II. H. Thornlon bus Teturned oer this just completed mi examination of his of Frankfort nnd is uu accomA T. I"r Kiulwav Conipunv for 'Ibis looks good, on pncr, reads Rev. P. L. Bruce. Subject: "Units department. to her home at Zephor Hill. Kin., ut- ing parties niV well known uud popThe Inspector finds damages for the Ins of his ter a Msit to her parents here. Rev. ular. Mr. Hoppei. is Superintendent plished musician. of all in Making Our Country God's Cour. there is due the state for fees and like Mr. Ray bad the very best right litnli w'lule employed liv the Thornton has moved from llrook-Mllof tl.e Mt. Sterling Public Schools saddlers, th.it he is simply overflow- try." Middleburg licenses and tux on premiums $20,- -. n one of company. Pndgett iird regal ded as one of the toremot Fla.. to Zephcr Hill. ing with ii desire to have them nil Monday, 7 P. M. Presbyterian 7.10.77. of which .ir,311.28 is due Evangelist Harnes, of number of workmen empIoed in the initig educators in the state. Heh The lluptist Sunday school is now meet, and in case the owners of the church. Rev. J. B. Jones. Subject: 011 fees and premiums and $5,422.43 of Central University onM ruction of a ronrrete bridue riiiuiinu nicely. is holding tevivul services nt A la we crowd out a grciliiale do not come "American in July. 1U. A Indian- -, African und in the 2 per cent, license tax. He near Utincton Sunday morniin'. Orcnnirntion mid since coming to this citv u few the l!jtist church ut Liberty. He above named horses Inst reports that there should have been bucket eontiiiuinir n quiinlitv of lur of pruer meetini: was deferred to en is ago has earned the .idmirntiou has been emploved bv the executive forwnrd with mt acceptance, he can Asiatics.' 20l.."14.79 collected for fees ami had lieen net n fire near yVVdilesduy of this week, mi Recount and respect of the entire communitv bo. i nl of the South Kentucky Asso- say to the public "They nie afraid 4i nd rnt M. 7 Christian licenses and 3186,203.51 are P. Tuesday, by the foreman for Ihe work Wednesday hv his splendid abilities and ceutlc-iiuuil- v ciation to eVK'meli'e the district olid of Mujor Dare." of mnull crowd out Inst church Rev. C. H. Greer, Subject for. The report does not qualities. He Ls n native of he u besinning his work ut Liberty. Ihe pnrpOM of drixinit off moiqui-lo- evening, wwiiic to inelrmeiit 'weath-r- . In the first place. Maj'or Dare can attempt to suy whether the $20,730,- a iuinR by and Tadcett l.incol'i louuty and n member of a He is snid to be quite u pleasing not ho tolled the champion of 1912, "The Fiontier nnd the Island Po was collected from the insurance sessions." Kentucky family. dhis bucket when a lerntle explosion talker. Msited her proirineiil Miss Eva Mernman even if he did defeat the horse that ofeuired, His bride is one of the most popuWednesduy, 7 P M. Methodist companies, but states that the com- Hud hunters nie finding mishty defeated Kentutky Choice, for the pauies were doing business in tk" I'pon inetiEHtion. it was found pupil. Miss Oracle Anderson, little lar young ladies in this section and poor "pick'.n . The .quail crop is cliurch. Rev. D. M. Wkilker. Sub. State, th fees, the licenses and tax M. w.eM"knoii s. a in Rlue UrusV social tlut Ihe bucket contained wa uuiiu-lil- v duuehler of Mr. nnd Mrs. D. said to be the shortest known. Many iceords show that Choice und Majoi ject: "The Rural Regions and the were due. and thn mony ghon'd be1 the Anderson. Sh,f is handsome und attrac- ('aims, where they are usujllv very met at Lancaster fair in July twice. City." of dnmlte which accounted for to the Stnte, bat de- -' I'rof. Virgil MeMulliii ..ii f fh xjJoiiu and ahisa lee. hi liool here Tuedu nndvi.ile.l 111. tive and posKosses n charming plentiful not a single bird can be Choice winning first both times, delivned lo- -t Fiiduy, 7 P. M. Presbyterian clured that, inasmuch as the' coralrined with an fo which' plaintiff while in the Inst show at thai fail found. was dlreotlv chureeaWe B. Jones. Subject: The company reiioted th huit on a short address. lelmeinent ot ninimer. charac-leisti- e A oung peoples' socielv has been Bourbon Star sec- churth, Rev. J. moed with these collections and had am girl. To each organized at the Huptist chinch Choice was first. that I'Miluett wo wnrn-- d J W. Itjwen and fainilvhome ot the Southern Ihe uround "American Social Problems." ond and Maj'or Daro third. ple authority to enforce them: he at last week to their new suited and the hv the foreman of the construcSaturday 7 P. M. Christian church should be held liable for the amount City. We lecret to "ie both are admitahlv well wishes of with Will Tupscott. us The next week they met at c.ingrutiiUtions and tion uunc not to npprortch the Shelbyup W. T. Coulter, one of the best as thev were uood people. a ho of admiring friends nie being dynamite, them fair with Clioice first nnd Rev. C. II. Greet'. Subject: "Prayer due the State, whether he or1 some liuckei. an it contniued Ihe toud ovet seers in the country has Major second, the same leulted at and Fellowship." one else was directly in charge of We und that had he obeyed the warn- iMiod wish to commend them to showeied upon them. put his section of the roud. which people there ing he would not hae been injured. Sunday, 10::i0 A. M. Each pastor the collections. He said the books Tile aiiests who at- runs through town in tine shape for Danville, fai the following week, afwere in bad condition and the Wm. Richardson, who is The plaintiff admitted that he retended Ihe wedding were Rev. W. II. winter. He also had the contract fur ter which they did not meet until nt in his own church. Subject: Unity . sums Casey books showed "a carelessness wiirninn, hut declnifd it to his lied with inii Messrs. Oeo. putting in thiee biidges and de- State fair, where they met in the in Muking our t'ountiy God's Coun. Hopper, of Ruriiside: ceived the ports to the auditor were inaccurate, whisOes Hot Times ame to late to ennble him to reach Jones and ami Jneph Hopper, of Danville, serves especial Dawn wn try." mention, Sfcn'-.,for the tl.000 stake, where Hazel and disregard of both legal and morMrs. Susan Cress client Mondn brothel- - of the uiooiu, nnd his sta good work ji plate of hiifety. He bus How the firt. Niekle Phite was second, Mury done. Sunday, 7 P. M. Methodist church al responsibility that was appalling," The cue went to the jury about in Pimwlle shoppim; with Mrs. T. ler. Miss Mm sine! Hopper, of W. Jones. loutinct fur putting giuvel on the Yandei for third and Choice fourth, Rev. D. yL Walker. Subject: "Our nnd after nil hour's --. one - . ay Stanfoid. pike fiom J. C. Curtis' lo the Lin- with the Major listed with the "also Country's Opportunity for Christ." Rei. J. K. Rolierts will fill his iy has Qraln ef Ctrn in New ; it returned a erdict of coln line and will begin the woik pulpit at the M. E. church Saturdirt AttornevH 7,fi(Ml for I'adirctt. vv.i! the last meetiugof Mnsler Leslie PuvilCi vouni? Koli Hiqhland. IflnkX'' That -- m few days. anJ Alcorn reireented tho iiiulit, Sunday and Suuduv uiuht. ilfiif-- (in of J. i Payne. Hie Freuchersville of Key a Mr. and Choice and Major, and how Mr. Raj; --41 1 Hustenvlllo. Mi. nnd Mis. iVltdlriim Willimiis, Couch, nieoioit otII.the . K. Mis. woie, ot Robert ilanlinw. Dunrmlrnad nnd blacksmith, is suffering with a grain Caiiliou filled his Rev. of of Ijincastcr, isited her parents, apiNiintmeur 0.nt Methodist chinch Muikshiiry, Giiiiaiil county, visited inn claim the title of "Clutmiiion' Miss Sal a Curtis is able to beoUt of corn in his nose. AH ville. and (Icoivc I). 1'lorenco. efforts to plaintiff. Mr. and Mr. S. D. Carpenter. their daughter. Mis. T. De his) when Kentucky Clloiee.dcfelited Mn utter u seieie siege of rheumatism. remove tho obstruction Stanford, appeared for the have so far I'luk-ct- t The mumps, which luiw been Suuduv. Currier has icntcd the Dei week. The iisiiullv come down and jor eveiy time they met this enr. I'nduott t n ou of l.ilbimi Messis. C. R. McCormack and pi oven futile. A medical practlcion C. R. nie irotl.icted meeting ut is beyond my i'iiipre!ieni"n. tuiil lit- -. with hi-- , lather in the prciulent here for home time, liv,. llmiy Cuninitr left 8111110110' foi er wns consulted but all mechanical fnnn nnd has moved to it. Mr. attend the church, but Huptist weie .ecliou ol the county. ueltiiu; to he epidemic. Foul or Wa Mil-bAs lo letusing mole leal money Columbia lor u Week's hunt. npplianees failed to mnke the kerDecker moving to a house near Mrs. the i'lom doing so tin-- . M'ar liv for the Mjijor than was ever given At Ihe cloe or the Tadcett timl tumates, in seieiul homes nre all Nancv Cm tier. Mr nnd Mis. Jim Iliiimhimin were nel budge. The must nil the tied mi like mummies. illness of Mrs. Swopc. .Indue Hardin 1 Js . O. (I. Speake, as,i,teil hv W. 0. tot a snddle stallion, nauiiiij; f."i,000 week-en- d guest of J. K. Haughmaii luiiteru-iawewh.i wapuer-iaweA little daughter of Mr. mid Mrs. pine ullei thiinkiiiL' them for their Young is building n saw-- mill lig on Two Marriaoe Licenses und Mr Roy and tmiiily. as the amount is undue ....rii. . and rmullv ndjotliiied court. aluas had li face like u hatihet, wheels so that he mav be able to Logan Moore, who live on the Libel-t- v knows it, for he knows lluit Choice Charles Adams, a Madison counMisses Sadie Haunhmuu uud Eliza pike, was badly bullied Sutuidiv The unind jury for the Xoeinbcr sime liecomini; the misimiii of move it unvwheri' and go to sawing ty youth, secured license here this court this jiiienile nmlaih. are row can- in short time. Mrs. Moore lelt her in the huiise, was bought by me, for a company beth Pcavvhouse. who "me attending week to wed tenn id the l.iucoln cin-ui- t a Miss Ray Baker, of the school ut Richmond came down rn-dn- v tini-hit" InboTh Wednesday af- didates for n beauty prire. with while she went to the mail box on composed of .Mrs. RT. Lowndes Jr. Tom tor a few duys with the home-folk- s. Eusj End of Lincoln. The trroom is Youis truly has had the time f -- v'mpiomsJenkins is unite sick John letuiniug found the little gill vv nip- Danville, Ky., James L. Ouy. Pisg.ih, and was tinalh ternoon lever. of tvpimid a farmer und being 19 years of age ped in flames. A bucket of water Kv , iiiul Heiuy Culleus of Lexington Ijv .Indce Hardin after he hud thaiik-.- l his hie but don't care lor u ieietit-kbrought along the necessary consent Elites has gone to iittend Ihe tobac- happened bv limidy, of same. syriice. otherwiPe it Ky tor t",ll00 in ie.il. Mr Ed w mil P. Sihold. of Lexing tlivm (nr their elfici' money parents for the mariittge liiiftcrnoon co sales nt Lexington. Luswell. We spent u Sutiirdnv (il indictment", for would likely have been hunied to a is t lie LMiest of his cousin, Mr. 01 His leturned 'Ihe of We Iciiiii that Dr. end tot Mi. Iiiiv's iidvice mid infor- ton, cense. He nlso wus armed with an I mill. ot tliein in Itiodhead icientlv ami weie pies, Ilohbilt. MinoiiK offeiwe. a iiumher I Kind's Mountain, - iiieparing to ciisp. mder to the clerk from his intend term of ml at a china ilniwuu: contest ut iimve The scrmuhle tor the pot ultice tunium, wish to siiy thut sold him Ii.miil' tt ied at the iiie-eMis. M. M. Sondid"e. of Moie-Itin- ed vvifes father, as the young lady ,i AH. Neiiion. leaving vnly here uud to Mis. Lowndes foi tin; sum of Each E. Albriaht. at Yiisemite is on uud the .unit. Those lelidercd and to be the st.ire of A. here Thursday shopping is but 17 yeurs old. He secured the was Thompson Di. C. cash, and do not think now that Saluidav litternoon he mcs nwnv one phvsicinn. in this M. Hied Inlei me fullow- -: For vicinity. We apphiaiits are gettitu; busv. W. C. Little Fiancis Demi" celebrntcd papers nnd went on his way rejoicin art ice U00 to About Ilryant is the oulv applicant heie he was over half sold. n nuiMiiHc. .1; lot hoiie- - a nice set of dishes. her twelveth biithil.iv Saturday aft- ing. Clerk Cooper also issued lisurest lilt t lllglllilllil lis vei, but tlune will hkclv he nth-elMr. Shixell. therefore Kegaiilitig the challenge of f.'i(IO ernoon liiimLtiii'. 2 tor a titilt ami liultcrv ptople weie present. .1 ph- tiiun two loin, delightful cense to H. L. Shelton of Crab lesidctit ot that pirn e. held thu would be a uooil lucotioii for I chylous woilnp -- a A,t yiisemite theic .lie some per i oiner, Mr. Rny knew when he :i; tor disturhiui: ls weie scived mid u Orchard, to wed Miss Alice Sayloh he- - llick iiuiiihcr uud canicd home the sician. fur il'eialli rovcrhiiL' proiH'HV Mi. II. I' Minium has lmiic to Dc hulf ilocn or mine that would not made that 'ci.iek" Unit Kentucky cikicI tune cvciv one hud. Among The gioom is but 1!) nud his wife ...... I.., I., iimitlinr . till' breach of I'lllllll I. to licking slumps for Wood-lo- Choice hud hceu tnjucd out, his those pie-ein seaieli ol emplov. oliicct weie Messrs. Jessie is just 10. Thev had the written Mnslei Williuui llhiukeiiship the trull. Mich Wilson iluiing his tour vea.s ot the" peine I. for unlaw tull killiiu: would 1 iicker. r.li.ibetb Evmis. ltubv Rus- order for their license. u iiil'iil Among those men- fdiocs taken off. mid that it iiduuiiistiatioii. cuttle ol uiiolhei 1: tor ciiiniui: onl pupil who had not inised li. Logan (iirnei and Miss he impossible to get him icady for sell, Mui'.'iiici Powell, Muiy Skinner Hes-si- e roiiceiiled weapons .': lol' poiutiiu: U't!i.' d.n of s, bool hcie this tenn. weie mill lied last week at tioned nu Jess T Short, Miss T. S. another show this vein. Mi. Ray uud (. R. McCoimuck. Jr., C. W. PUBLIC SALE Lawliimi, J. K, Wil-o- ii and pistol ut niiother :i. for hhootin I fell out of the lanks Weduesd ly King's Mountain. i I will nt my farm on Cednr Creek piniiuj; 1; for m.n nini: with u bad case of niunips. that Niekle Plate hail Ad. mis, Jr., Ln.ene Buiris, James wounding who would also knew tor mid Mr. uud Mis. W. (. Smher who Itiiison and tlieie otheis, Depp. pcifor-maiii- e three miles from Cruh Orchard nnd been sold lllld shipped to Miss fuU hwcariii!: 1: tor illeiral Milo of Tell tol. Thus. Ileiisoii tl.e Hull have hceu licuv (liecliciistle. 1ml lot not imitate the hav steer Mr. J. O. Cm pouter bus returned - Moo.p was not dchoined in Lincoln should the position be offeied Whisky 2. This is the smallest niiniseven from Stanford ou turn pike New Yoik City. X. Y. to be u vein, me heie visiting fiicml-- . 0111 11 business tup to Cincinnati mV uiowiiij: lamer lis honis her of indietmenU hiiiuaht in u nuiu-,hi- it Mis M. A. Slonc. ol Stantoid is I hem. Some of the Republicmis nie shown in the tlnec gaited classes nt Messis Svlvester und John New- lending fiom Crab Orchard leading her of en in in thif court for illegal jihiilx. visiting her paciits, Mr. uud Mis. living o make believe that theie will the (iiirdcn, whiib makes him uu ton 1110 home from 11 visit to their from Crab Orchard to Stanford he no changes but thev will he tuiiuht wliisky sellmtr. Willi li snows nun me John Meiei. will sell real estate nnd pcisonal "imoossible," while us for Astral uueld ut Soinei-e- t. A Great Building Falls ier ohiectiouahle chniucterand that Mi. uud Mis. 0. (I. Speake went ii ihttelcilt lesson. Mr. nnd Mrs. Sidney Ewwis, vf propei ty promptly ut 10 o'clock on ' when its foundation is undermined, Tom Oooeli, the tuikev man. was King nud Hazel Dawn, the foiinqr ( foruii'iU infested Stanfoid to Lancaster Suuduv. to sec his iirnvitl Wednesday SATURDAY, NOV. 23, J912 heie List week ieieiving Thnuksgiv-Hi'- .' is ictiieil fiom the show ting, with a incinunti, Messi,.. C. W. and A. for eliiltV lias either milt th- uelanoilrt and if the foundation of health In oilier, vvlio i. ill. J My farm contains 20 acres of laud visit to to u com! diuidion is attacked, quick lillsiness or bus hied himself tuikcs. C, .T. Lester houuht the luttei listing uu her lumcN. It. Diinliip had some leiiiv Mi. C. 0 acres in wheat nnd remainder in e The jury collapse follow h. On tho first H It is not my iiim, or to Admits mid Min. David Newbeiu. inoie longcnial clime. bullied last week hv fire in u sage -- nun :I(I0 line ones fiom patties Miss Kate Bogie spent the weekalong the Liberty pike. grass, 5 room dwelling with porch made no icpoTt us to the condition ol indigestion. Dr. King's New l.ifo uiiihx field. plutk hoin the ciown of Mnj.u Dale, end with lelalivcs at Danville. ot the iail, courthouse, etc.. which Fills should bo taken to (one the a single lloucr, but I emi not stand Mr. mid Mis. John A. BI.1111 and never foiling well at back imich, ult ' Porto Dico's New Wonder if Itself slaiwt. that eiery thing is stomach and regulnte liicr, kidncvri FINEST HAIR DRESSING for such charges, and challenges fainilv have moved to town nud nie necessary outbuildings including eusy, sale I'leuMint. uud bowels. in g.iod oilier. FOR WOMEN. barn 32x00, also blacksmith Fiom far nwuv Poito Rico come when the whole thing simmers down occupying the hou-- e owned by Miss mid oulv 2."i centn ut all diuggisth, Tuesilav nnd nearly nil of reports of n vvondeifiil new'discivciy to only u bluff, but, if Mr. Rny is as Am Wright. shop near church nnd school house cus,. wus tnken up with the Perfectly Dellahtful Full of Re thut is believed will vastly benefit Misses Annie Ninth most delight- und good iieighboihood. If this place $25.00 In Gola Given Away anxious us he seems. I'll bet him if f. D. Cnrsoii ngiiiiiht thn ('. N1. O. freshing Inviaoratina and tho people. Ramon T. Muichnn, of fully enteilainid the Forty-Tw- o is not sold on that day will be rent The and put up TOlHI now, the A-T. V. railioad for R. M. Newhiud, the IJfo nnd Fire Qualities that Put Life LusJlarcelonetn, wiites: "Dr. King's fltmo leinaiuing ."00 the night befoie thu (lub Satuidav ulleiiioon. is visiting ed 011 that day for tho year of 1913 hud bought u tij'ket fiom Iiihuinuce agent here, will give a toVlaintilf tre and Beauty Into New Discoverv Miss E'lu Baruette is doing splendid to Uie highest bidder. The following the UL't'iit at Morclaud to go to the bacco show on the 2nd Monday in Hair. woik here. It cured me about five sh iw, nud lime a two hoise show liiends at Stiinfoid. -- 3 heat and atleinnleil to re- December, court da property Somerset fair Baiighiuan of M01 eland personal coughs nnd colds. between Kentucky Choice mid Major our times of terrible Cs PARISIAN SAOE ami Mr.. Jones Ing stoves, 2 coal ami ono wood, t turn on it under the belief that re-it Prizes as Follows: Date, cither ut State Fair, of Illue vns hcie Tiiedav shopping.' hair won't tuiu gniv; won't look nlo my brother of a severe cold in was still good. Tim conductor fin in xtold for the best six hands fade I or .'low thin mid seriigglvv. his chest nnd mote thun 20 otheis. (liass Fair, HM!I, (before judges It the person who found 11 long range cook stove, 1 bedsteml, safe fused to nllow him to nd on it on of Intra to weigh not less thun four huh" stop who used it ou mv adviie. Wo hope elci'tcd by the iissouutiou ut which blown in ei coat hist Sunday inoiii- - 1 two horse wnson. 1 biiekboanl )ai'diiff will the giouml thut the. lime had expir- pounds. this grent medicine will ct be sold we show), the winner to take all, anil tug iiftwccii Junction City and llus - 'good ns new, some 100 pound hogsJA falling, the so tip will become the ed and lot ceil Carson to get off of$7.f0 foT the second best. while, mid ill genu life in every drug stoio in Porto Rico." I'll go even fiiithei, uid will give luiville. will ictiiin sumo, to Green 100 shocks of fodder one good Jer r in the day ho vuih train. Later 2..r0 for the third best. For tlnont nud lung doubles there my winnings to any chnritnhle insti- live at luuci it .t t vveaineiioru u niierui sv ,.oW nnii will be pi iiuptlv destroved. t 0f scrap iron and . . -v . fend u ticket homo but declined it fiO cents. id nothing better. sonsidercd. A trial will No trnh leaf or red lewmd will be paid. At lUaleis eveivwheie, other things too numerous to Hiei, the comtution selected hy the Association. and brought nuit ncuiuHt E. Allen has returned fto..i'ta M. M. you of its nieiits. 50 cents & The A. W. Kinjr, Danville, Kv., Judge. Sold hv 0. L. Petinv, who A ill refund Je knovw, T pany for the nboxo uinoiiiit. If Mr. Hav Hunks this n bluff, let n.inwlle wlieie lie spent 11 few 1.00. Tiinl bottlo fico. Oiininu ,Tnlk with me about your fire and Mnir money if you nre not satisfied. Ba.,e' .wt A' BR,'NT. J- - n case wu given the juiv Wednesde" life insurance. R. M. KEWLAND. The gill with the Aulunii hair is on teed by nil dniTists. in the hands, of the Fur him pluie tiiontths buying and selling export ?f . morning nnd it returned n, Msrdict ler, Auct. 80-t- f. meis II line Journal a certified check' cattle every packiiA of PARISIAN A0E. Store. to the 'company. fnvoiuble The ld rougi-utiilatidns nine-cur-o- ld cx-ioipin-fusicom-pirtrd ft far Law Cenrt M- a Let-Clr- ewK mM far Wmwaw Term PmwMt Mi WJ" Cut ly Playmate Freachemville. Nor. ill. While ('. W1iitoi nmi two voutliH. Willie ('nil in lloone. were prunkini; with an open knife the other day, the former was seferely cut on the little Yotim: finuer nt his left hand. lloone playfully put the cutting; edgo of the blade oRalimt the (hront of vounu' White, who htruck ugainut the knife with his open hand with the nboie result. The wound has been quite piiinfal nnd a phhician is attending the unlucky fincer, which it Is hoped will kooii be well. ly lay General News Nate H. for COMPULSORY SCHOOL In J Stanfwd Ymhw Min Wins Charm-VaVWe at Mt. Sterlhw. Expert who shot Roosevelt, insane, und he will be committed to uu usv-lu- bare declared John Amenf Hwmen as to Which is e ChaiTuilen of the Year. LAW ENFORCED HERE East End Parent Fine The following account of the wed ding of Prof. Walter O.Hopper and of Mt. Rohinxon. Miss Oaiuette Sterling, is reprinted from the Mt. Sterling Ourelfe. Frof Hopper in the son of Mr. uud Mrs. George D. Hopper, of this city, nnd one of (he finest young inrn eer retired in Lincoln. His host of local friends nnd best will extend The Mt, Sterling paper wishes. Court fir VtetaUM Act First hi Thto Cwmty CmV IE I 7 T 1 iert" lv itis-till- er m-- e. I'rc.-ton-hu- er e. 1 cir-ile- v. ie.'-tin-it- com-mtssro- pie-ide- re-T- he ,-,-., .- tn 1 J, nxT ' 4, il n k ii k-- ir un: pie-vent- d, d. ui ti- -li 1 nl d, ll, 1! s. leTie-linien- 1 w nt Mav-Hiisti- n "J- 1 .4 de-ir- Wed-ncsdi- iv to-w- con-vin- ..1 J 1 ! - rlfl C"i W-fi- rw urn V -- Jfc . mm$e'0&rfWtt4 p. t , Tie Inteiioi Journal. JL Mitt WHtMT Gf LIMA THAVLtB WlPm In iwma aWMf wt TW MOFUT TBrCTLT Puprlrtef Ik. ft Mml TW A TBAB M MU tlf el ABTAMOB fear telaaa a eke umitKMill wimmi r enite, la tali ! ir I f-- wd fcnSm.ki. pel for la N ueaaeeactaMaW e4eece: ere M V1KOIL kMULLIN. at. B BAUOlfMAN B. W. OIVEMS 1. O. WEATHERFURO T. J. UIIX iJL rvr It r. NORTH Tor irttr PETTON PARRIHH GEOKOE DEBORD1 DINK PARMER WILLIAM H. HESTER W. A. CARSON Tar P. L. BECK B. M. OWENS R. H. BRONAOSB BANDIDOK P. J. H. BOONE W. T. OARNER LATE MOROAB L JrT.CtmhfJiUt RICK A. Only fiva More weeks in Sam Rob inson's big contest. Work hard now, girls and rest with tbe music alter 3 ou hare won the piano. Now, girls, for an inducement, we will continue to she the same bonus as last week. Go to jour friends and get them to work for you. With every suit of clothes and with every overcoat sold in the next eight days we will give a bonus vote of 30,000 extra. Miss Lenu Tralor wm the dinner set fercd this week. The standing at last count was: J 39.0'JO 4348,395 J 100,555 4449,625 We Have Placed onSaleSeveralHundred Ladies' Suits, Dresses and Skirts at Prices to Move Them Out Quick. Note Prices Below and Come Quickly. This Sale is for the purpose of cleaning up many odds and ends of garments and while some of the re-Iductions mentioned sound out of reason, we want to emphasize the fact that each reduction advertised is exactly as mentioned. All our merchandise is marked in plain figures and you can easily verify all we claim. Come in and look at these advertised lots and if you do not find among these just what you want, then turn to our latest arrivals in Suits, Coats and Dresses. You are sure to find these just what you want, as we have received hundreds of new garments in the last week or so. These late arrivals are "up-to-the-minute." 5 6 7 410,100 J 14&:2bo 45 17,605 135.230 13,570 15.153 Air a 807,775 914,420 1090,450 1140,100 13 15 10- - t 15,090 15,810 76,480 ir r&. WHO 3T LONO 1448,040 1753,305 18103,960 1044,460 2044.870 2142,900 2240,125 2345.305 2445,495 2553,445 2610,105 2749,350 28 29 30 33 35 15,265 17,450 17,655 17,063 oKirnv H T BL r flf IFir rt f. The appointive term of George D. Florence ns Commonwealth's Attorney in thisdistrict expired with the en dine of circuit court here this week. Those who predicted that he would make a splendid official when he was appointed by Willson have had their expectations fully realized. lie has truly won the encomium "Well done thoti (rood and faithful servant," nnd were it not for the fact that his cleverness and general popularity is only exceeded by the meanness of his republicanism, there is hardly anything in the wny of office around here that his host of friends would not try to hand him. He has been tried and has made (rood and the best wishes of all (ro with him as he retires to private life to resume the practice of his profession. All (rood wishes are extended to Ms successor and his host of friends arc satisfied he will stake a record, also, v be proud of. ex-Go- v. all-rou- 4051,035 4752,575 4840,935 49126,650 5048,115 5149,105 5249,600 5350,225 5448.040 5557,730 5650,165 5749,765 5850,605 5919,465 6019.005 61 17,875 6246,795 6340,325 6649,280 6750.555 6847,810 6972,805 7072,680 7150,710 7243.775 7351,005 77152,760 79 64 65 18,335 10,405 d H5 $9.75-Tail- ord Suits $9.75 -- 3145,210 3241,885 3119,270 13,810 7553,305 7853,855 49.505 74 19,760 30 38 40 3746,045 46,025 114.630 3952,345 4144,435 4245,875 15,890 8063,443 8162.175 8250,925 8356,245 8464,885 from Frankfort sa" that CoL John H. Wfaalkn and CoL .Frank McQrath, have been calling on Gov. McCreary and urging him to announce as a candidate for Unit ed States Senator, so as to defeat Beckham. Better go a little slow, Governor, is the advice of one of your strongest friends. See what -- tie'ecustry people have to say about While "the support of it, first Louisville is a mighty nice thing to have, it can't make you win. and the country people in this part of the state, appear to think that Beckham should be given the nomination this time, since it was stolen from him by the four democratic traitors in the legislature before. Danville City Council has elected Chenault Huguely, City At. V. Puryear, torney to succeed who was elected Commonwealth's Attorney. The City Fathers of Little Britain are to be congratulated No better selection could have been made. .The Dispatches Friends Want Meunt to Run . 3. R Mnnnt. nf Tjiacaster. who Is well known in Lincoln and who is one of the original Wilson men of Kentucky, is being urged by many of his friends to make the race for the state senate from this district next year. Mr. Mount is a brother-in-laof Mr. H. J. McRoberts, of this city, and would have strong The Danville support in Lincoln. Messenger Tuesday said: J. R. Mount of Lancaster has always been a staunch supporter of Gov. Beckham, in fact has always worked and talked for him not only in Garrard but all over the state. A number of Mr. Mount's friends are anxious for him to enter the race for State Senato from this District, and the fact that he is such a warm supporter of Gov. Beckham will make for him many more friends. w In this lot are about 65 suits, all of the very hiohest class New York tailorinq and finest all wool material. Whil not of the very latest cut. they are near enouah in every way to make them wonderfully pood values- - The lininqs are the very best and colors are navy, black, brown, wine, mixtures, etc.. and all sizes from 14 size to 44 bust measure. The materials are Serges. Cloths, Cheviots and Mannish Mixtures. The oriojnal prices of these suits were $25. $30 and $35. and you net your choice new for $975. $B.M NEW MACKINAW COATS FOR A Word About WOOLTEX Coats and Suits. T'HIS is our first season as Silk Dresses -- All Riimm" During this sale we will offer our entire line of Charmeuse. Crepe Meteor, Crepe de Chen and Satin Deists at a reduction of ONE THIRD from our already low prices. As they are worth the first price this means a savina of one-third Agents for Wool- MISSES IN SIZES 14. 16 and 18. MADE OF ALL WOOL PLAIDS. NOW OFFERED AT $5. $5.00-Ta- il na Suit-$5.0- 0 There are about 15 suits in this lot and price were $15 to $20 .and are excellent materials and well tailored but not the newest styles. CkileWsCMU at H.lf Price lust 25 coats from last season. These are all in sizes from 3 to 14 years, and yeu can take choice for iust We have tex Coats and Suits and the more we handle this line the higher is our opinion both of the merchandise and of their methods. Every garment carries an INSURANCE POLICY FOR TWO SEASON'S SATISFACTION. Eyery piece of goods is CHEMICALLY all wool and guaranteed not to fade. The Wooltex Paris Bureau make styles and for this reason are usually one year ahead. You will never see an advertisements of a cut price sale on Wooltex garments. Why? Why is it that while other houses who can not have Wooltex Coats and suits are having "cut price" sales, we are getting in a second to you. We have them in all the new colors, and orioinal prices ranqed from $13.50 to $40 and during this sale they will be from $9 to $26. We have a few very desirable Velvet Dresses which we will include in same ' pi ice reduction. WE WILL ALSO OFFER CHOICE OF A LINE OF NEW ALL WOOL SERGE ONE-PIEDRESSES AT $5.00. SEVERAL STYLES AND COLORS AND AI0UT THE PRICE OF MATERIAL. ALL SIZES Hint Drtini $1.00 line of Wooltex Coats and Suits? There are 27 reasons why. Ask about them. Right now our line of Wooltex Coats and suits is at its best and making pleased converts every day. Investigate this. We are exclusive agents for WOOLTEX for Boyle, Garrard, Mercer, Lincoln and We have iust received another let if excellent House Dresses which we WIN offer at choice for $1. These are well made and in excellent styles, and materials are Ginahams and Percales. All sizes up to 46 bust measure. The McCreary County News says it is for Hon. Robert Harding, of Danville, for governor. A TEXAS WONDLlf. , The Texas WwMler cures half price. No two alike and if interested ceme in at once. All Weol skirts $2.95 a big line of all at $2.95. The We offer choice of klwy ground box, "Fellows 1" he shouted, But the crowd cheered, as, with bunted hands, he held up a small Mv a Fin Hit. this Bucklen's Arnica Salve I hold, bas everything beat for burns." Right also for boils, ulcers, cores, pimples, eczema, cuts, sprains brui ses, barest pue cure, it subdues inflammation kills pain. at all druggists. Only 25c ami Matter treubles, removing grav 1, cures diabetes, weak and lame backs, rheumatism, and all irregularities of tbe kidneys and bladder in both men and women. Regulates bladder troubles in hildren. If not sold by your druggist, will be sent by mail on receipt of SI: One small bottle is two months' treatment, and seldom fails to perfect a cure. Send for testimonials, from Kentucky and other states. Dr. E. W. Hall, 2926 Olive street, St. Louis, Mo., Sold by Shagars and Tanner. Chil.tWttrprofCiM$l.35 We offer excellent Quality wool Skirts in newest styles Children' Satteen Rubberized Capes with heeds at $1.35 in all sizes from 8 year to 14 year sizes. materials are Serges. Voiles. Corduroys and Mixtures. Most of these are entirety new and sold at $5. and there are also some from last season that sold at $7 and A. B. Robertson & Bro. DANVILLE, KENTUCKY ERFJECTIO BiiaWBEW! Tth m'tore QTfort goats 'Will heat a good sized room even in tbe coldest weather. Economical. Burns nine hours on one gallon of oiL Ornamental. Nickel trimmings; plain steel or enameled tur quoise-blu- e drums. Portable Easily carried from room to room; weighs only eleven pounds; handle doesn't get hot DeotWt Sauk DMNa't Lewk . Eail CUamW r Mad Keswick laMerp ! Efficient. $txs 1. efcoolttx "Ski Miss Edith Wood, of Illinois, a niece of Mrs. Woods nnlker will teach music in connection with out school. Rev. Oodbey, of the Methodist church filled his appointment last Sunday ut Wnlmctta. This church has been much improved by a fresh coat of paint. FOR AGED PEOPLE Old Folks Should be Careful in Their Selection of Regulative Medicln. We have a safe, dependable and altogether ideal remedy that is particularly adapted to tbe requirements of ased people and persons of weak constitutions wno suiter irom eonstination or other bowel disor ders. We are so certain that it will relieve these complaints and tave absolute satisfaction in every particular that we offer it with our personal iruaTantee that it shall cost the user nothing if it fails to substantiate our claims. This remedy is called Rcsall Orderlies. Keiall Orderlies have a soothing healing, strengthening, tonic and regulative action upon the bowels. They remove all irritation, dryness, soreness and weakness. They restore the bowels and associate organs to more vigorous and healthy activity. They are eaten like candy, may be taken at any time without inconvenience, do, not cause any griping nausea, diarrhoea, excessive looseness, flatulence or other disagreeable effect. Price 25 cents and 10 eeots. Sold only at our store The Rexall fjtore, Penny's Draff Store. Lute for yemra STANDARD OIL COMPANY iiajni li fr Prone vour Thanksgiving dinner Lost a pair of gold frame glasses ! married Mrs. Annie Stngner hao in town .Monday or Ilu&tonvillc pike. been down and isited tho family of 94-order to Farris. Kinder will jileasc return to this of. V. C. Fish, his grandfather. ficc or to J. S. Mobley at McKinney Our school building is about com92-t- f. pleted, but ou account of seats and and receive Teward. furnnce not being ou the ground will not be ntile to open for a week or Paint Lick more. Miss Skinner, of Joo JlcCormack and family have been added to tho list Garrard baa of teuchers conu to Hendersonville, N. C, to spend the winter on account of the health of hu wifo. Antlinnv MpKniL'lit ban rented And you would like long Mrs. Sallie McCormack's farm near hair? Rich, heavy hair? .Manse for too year l'JU. Tlr Pnrlnn Fish, nf Frnnkfort. is Beautiful, luxuriant hair? visiting hi8 fnther, f. C. Pish who That is perfectly natural, and on tho sick hbt. . Aa health we are here to help you. is Our postmaster A. D. Estridge is more central, talk to women become both In the newipapera on the Ayer's Hair Vigor is a great at Crab Orchard at the Sanatorium. and vbeilnninplatform, the maaa or women are to realize what the more that aid to nature in producing Anthony Jett has the foundation cuuivaiea nave aiwayi Known,powder ood health cannot t found In a box. The health may just the kind of hair you de- completed on which he expects to obtained Inexternala of but tbe baafa be that way, of health Ilea deeper, and yet la juit aa sire. Do not be afraid to build an up to date barber shop. aally obtained. Tom Logsdon, of Berea has mov use it. No danger of its colThe moat Important thliur. that a ed his family to Paint Lick and can heraelf, and about oring your hair. The ingre- is clerking for Woods & Treadway. woman aha lado for moat neclectful, la which often to watch the condition of her atomach J. M. Metcalf, our druggist will and bowela. The weary eye. the bad dients are all given 'on each frequent label, thus enabling your move his family over in his drug breath, the ceoeral air headachea. the plmplea. the of laaaltude la store. nine tlraea out of tea tbe reault of doctor to wisely advise you Miss Eliza Rucker has been over or laolcaatloa. or both, ltany o Lftxington for a slight operation almpla remediee can be obtained, but concerning Rs use. Consult the beat la moat and has returned borne suck im- wonea la Dr. ft Mtlasatlea ofPepeJn. CaldweH'a Syrup frMly. tie knows. Mm proved. It Ut atlld. aleaaaat to tha taaU aad ..i au ltH, Calm OalUway, who nesstly aaaUy aaltao to fear aeeAs. it la far for our school. Want Long Hair? Sensible Women Know Foundation of Health laiiperlor to aalta. cathartic pllla. watera. etc, which are entirely too violent. Women ahould ee to It that thev have at leant one movement of tho bowela each ilay, and when ehowlnc any tendency to oonatlpatlon ahould take 'epaln In the Pr" ,iC"idwen Hv.ruJ preacribed. A brief uaa of It will ao train the atomach and bowel mtlsoljtB ,ha, Mil ....1-- 1 m a. dlepenaed with. Then oplnlona are voiced by thouaanda of women, after peraonal experience, among them Mlaa V. Tnn., and Florence Cook, Lucaa, Ky. AnJfon? w'hlna- - to make a trial of thl xr..or.vd.r.udy. before buying It In tha reculer &L.S " ?.?to the?f ? "eat Wm aaa aiieaaa at oaUcaUo, JtL Tour Sfc a a peatal ear. vl I THE TNTIRjl ffWAL ITAftWt, Ts KCimrCKV. FTrHMY. WfYEeTSty. 72. Wt -- SCHOOLS CLOSE tftrBLE VtTES te Clven In Shot to death while out hunting Birds, Rabbits, Etc., Etc. with Mr sheik. Winchester re the beet for field and trap. Let ts ejvate price en ttte beet shell ea the market. ' TOMOTHER EARTH Wlat Corn ami Potato Ccetest Defies Store's Rhi Sale. RWi-ards- en FAIR THAT MADE A TOWN WAKE UP dubs For tho Boys. During the biir hiiIo of tlio Iticli iuIhiiii More nt Junction City, which begins ov. Al, vc will civc double o1ps r 2.000 for $1 instead of. 1.000 Do The htaiiiiinir 111 tlio Iiijj contest at Bowlini Green's School dtlitr-lo- f lint fount was: Mix., Lucy MfConl . .. .'IU..V.0 Beat tha circus. At Cost BEGINNING Mbttfky, Oct. 2 It,. will sell our entire stock of Dry Goeets; Nbtietier Shoes, Etc, at absolute) eeet Thiav seesoa's newest goeeiaH Nethitiff reserve. We iteeai the) wewey aaeV mean buelfieee. This ir the beet . you wiH ereY bare te ef-port- I H0WTH OF THE MOVEMENT. Mis Flora Minor .Miss pdorKin We IN Mihs Hiittic LcIrIi Mm AIiiiii Cosby Mix III'-VI- 223.280 104,7'i0 158,(120 IT ROUSED Jeweeen Cwinty WH Ita aarrfaftlng Larti Hew William Frejr Qrew Clghty-tlgh- t Buhl of an Aora. f Potato on Mag-alfloaOns-fourt- h .Le Gradually the talaklaf aeaoot people re beginning to aee and uaderetand that If the parent will not so to the school the school eauat so to the noma and maha Uaclf fait. Nothing feM helped mora PENNY'S, The Renll Store. Mis Mainin .Ion?- - . . Miss Dora McAneloy da thla and many other states. The Miss Anali I'rnitt . . . remndou growth of tbe movement Mhh Klhip Alstott . la due largely to a rational aee of tbe Miss Maiy Clarkson . children' enthustaam and desire TO Afiss (Jracc . THKM8ELVKH DO HOMKTUINO Mis Clara Martin . . IN ACHIEVEMENT Ml ) Josio Walker . . fLKAflUKB COMES KHOM DOINO IT YOUIl-SEW- , .Miss Frpdii SdtMiiiin 10,100 and pleasure In achievement la Ml'jH Kliubeth Carter 10.100 tho lament factor In human life. William and Walter Frey lira about Junction City eight miles from Louisville In a eplen-11(Mr. William Tlnirpe Ins been very farming and gardnlng section of ill l'or Hetcral dns. Jefferson county. When your reporter Itcv. Alpheiis ijamnsoii. oC India, than tha boa' Btorement com and potato cluba la thla Annie Atkins , , , Miss l.aViniii AliCIraw .Miss Donnltelle West . .Mis IUiiiipIip Dunn . , , .Mi. is Laura KflleV ... Mis I'auliup Tavliir Aliss l.ula Sewell . .Miss Susie Robert . . Miss ( hristiua Noska Mixs Irene Lynn . . . . Miss Alice Ilurhum . Mis- - llessic Wrieht .. Miss Mary Heck . . . . i:i7,:ioo CIVIC PRIDE, J'j7.rin J0.',400 101,0'iH 00.800 88,:i(IO (iu.r.r.o (i.'i.HOO ssnre-noBey- ...., Ami Mad Cltli.n Rtallt That Wa Forging te Take Her Place with Other Stateo'af tha Union. Kan-tuky Goosls charged will be Strictly m caeh ereeesHieii. : regular price : rr seUattbe : r : : A clrcua can bring a crowd Into a c:.'j.)0 oj,:ioo town that will Us the ttvery stable atreeta, but a achool fair and nrjoo and aid can do the same. On Oct. 2rt rr,4oo parade .. ..... Bowling Green waa crowded, crowded 10.700 aa If a anow waa In town, but there (i waa a difference. It waa a crowd of :ki,8.-):i.'i.j.o eager, expectant people, with eyes looka.'),o.')0 ing far beyond tbe- mere parade; It was 'J7.ti00 a crowd that mark tbe awakening of a 20.85(1 atate that had doled comfortably for 10.800 4".8:o Hughes, Martin & Co. Stanford. Ky. ' Old in Age But Modern in Ways 1 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 comfort than soft, perfect fitting elastic union suits or shirts and drawers. Thare llcotmcil at the Methodist chun-l- i BBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBtrP-r'BBBBBBsWI' Imie Suii'lny evcnlnc. .t TTw.'sgr )HrVBBBrKJ laafy. f VH:'JBaaar aaatHlH VsBBsaH JBBBtBBBtkCaBaBvl gaWTTiSrrTaaaaWaki'i a.j. rv Mr. ami Mrs. Samuel Spoini.irni'iv HaV VFV HaV 1 aaaaaMiaaapaaaaajuuaKvar-aBTSBBBK4BBaBBW Vl asaaaaaaWe9 ami little (laiihter, ll.irlmni of-- j gaHgtC9gasaBaBBBaBasrn'VaV Daimlli', were the jiuests ot' Mr. ami BBssK V JbbbbbJ91ssbbbbbbbbbbbbbbb Mf DHaaaa'BaT Smid.iy. GgasBVnBBBBTaHI IgaBBBMBBSinteaiW M Mrs. H. K. Holwrls, TuuKpi. PvaCt-fa- w BaBBBjftaaBBaaaBfgHi MfssT". Clarence JiiIimii aBBj.'jyxajgaB 'BaBBUSaBBBBmSBBBl BBWf BBTTBT! SaasBHfliaff'sRisaaaaaillji ami Shuttlpworth Tarkiuutou inul Arthur Johnson, of Iurk.-..-- . the candy pullinir here Fiidiiy 'BBBBBBBaMVsBBBa JlsBVHnftT j! ISsbbbbbbbbbbIbbbbbBBbbbI The FIRST NATIONAL BANK, of Stanford is the oldest ifleti-tuti- ea in this section of the state, having been organized March 9, 1864. A bank to have stood the panics that have occurred in tha past 58 years must be all right. This bank today is stronger & better than it ever was. While old in age it is modern in methods. Oar patrons, sad they are many, will testify to the fact that we take car of the in a manner both pleasing and satisfactory. Your patronage is respectfully asked. Remember oar' pledge of eeurteous treatment and honorable dealings. Our directory includes some of the most prominent basiaeas men and farmers in this section of the county. Try as. S. T. KARRIS. Vies Pres.. W. W. SAUNDERS. Ins. J. It. HARRIS; aWrSStST. 9 i aaaaafffiaafffMPSH saaaaaBaaBYBamlBaKsaBBaaBBI LbbbbbbbbbbsIbbbVbbbbbIbbbbbbbbbbbCbV eNeuini;. I SBBBBBBBBBBBBBSEiiT WaB!Vt''' gasaaaaaaaES'fc'jJiC!?jr2i";v4. V it cheap mnUrww, Use eh shew er cheap cletliee. efeeaa material, by It may Issfc die? ef laser, wMe asaes fairly waH Mere W is wem sr wssase set R Is sessp, H wM war chsaa see feel eases. We are offering you standard garments, known the world over, like a Stetson hat Dr. Wright's or a Walkover shoe. shirts and drawers, Health9 very heavy, very warm, at $i agarment. wool-fleec- ed Union Suits every one who reads knows a Munting the perfect ting union suit, in cotton or wool, at Miuifinf $1.50, $2 and $2.50 the suit. 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. Royal Plush, and it and worth your half dollar. See what we have thea key want. We have slentv of 50 cent floods, fiiH weMit, 1 H.J,McRoberts 1 STANFORD, KENTUCKY . We have a full stock of Htftting Stoves. Coal Vast G oal Hods,Gritis, ftc Call and see them. i e i W.EHiggins Stanford, IKy. --- saeeeeeeeeeeeeee)e)weww-- ParksvUle. J jet think of practically every eeboo F. I. I'reMon. "on of Mr. child U the-- county In llo. parading the Mlliatn l'reston, is seriand Mrs. principal streets of the town. Think ot ously ill. Htiffennu fiom a throat tbe ecttboi pride that came to them ul'tection. while preparing their unique ceatume Jfr. Jesse Westei field. nn of Mrt and banners- to compete for the prises and Mrs. John Westerfield. who has offeree. There were whole acboola In been seiiously ill is much better. Ma and white, ' black and scarlet W. Frank Powers sold to. W. L. brown sue? red and pure white. One Shepper.son a splendid driving mare group had each and every boy, big and for 150. He also sold to Mr. W. C. little, la a brand new pair of blue over Canentor a bunch of fancy hos at alia Even tbe aubdlatrlct truatee bad 7 cento. fitcaught tbe contagion of entbualaam A. J. Adams has been a srent and aaarched In his ew blue overall. . In 4 from ihemuatism Jor several $1 , Bee B the top of the bill-owhich leti ire alj saw that tso rlaoa tret? d.l.W, wile of his knees imolved. tbe bnllSknga of the Western Normal One. I went orer the mighty heavy an' Miss Sophie Aldridse has ;oiie to rest went tbe line of march. Behind patch three time with a fourteen tooth Morehead, Kv.. wheie she will com- tbem went the throng of parent and plete a course in instrumental music friends to hare a look at the display Miss Aldridue is a. most dpseninir of th Hoys' Corn club of Warren aaaBBBBPgSBSBRFp &f 0111i',' lady and her fiieixls hoie for county and the exblblta of the schools gSBBBBBBBBBrgaWWettfcaiaBC gSBBBMaaf?sM J"A tg j hei" cre.it success. In one of the Urge rooms nt tbe achoo If. (' Cash ami Inide. nee Miss booths were arranged that each din gaKasBaSnaL lgaaaaaBaLC''w Vt Fieda Seltsam bae returned from trtct scbnol ml Rlit have a distinct spn.ee A walk a mom: an extended blidal tour in I lie west for Its hnndlwnrk. and arc receiinu' the sincere and these booths showed beaten biscuits. KffVatagaaaaaaSsSiaal coi din I fonuiatiihitioiis from their cakes, bread, preserve. Jellies, garden vegetables, doll furniture, sewing of iiunieioiiK friends. Mr. I'mamiel Peudvcraft. son of Mr. and Mrs. Fiank I'emhgratt. is sli'litlv better. He has Iipii for soiiip weeks with an of tphoid feir and his life hum: 011 a brittle thread for several MeaWa aBBBBsRlmmgaagSSSSSSSSSSSsi da vs. at yes TI1.1 knohs south of tin- - farm of V.V 3 s(m H i I m It. Mooie. were on lit- - Inst Satai aItBaaaaaaaaaaaaaalaaaaaaW burniii!; oer in day, terntorv, doiinr lunch damnue. It Wfixuif raat and uie potato uaiued headway in a coin field on cultlrator. an' 1 was careful no( to let some land beloiicim: to George W. It cut deeper than two Inches. Aftei Vermillion, and di'stioed sewr.il that I tcne It two worklu'a with a the shocks of com heloii'.'im: to nm tooth cultivator. linker, bpfor- - it could he rout lolled jnc.ich-ili- i; "Yf. my potatoes will get the flrxl Kev. J. It. Dodsou alaBaVaBBBBBBBBBBaKiaBBBaK J prlio this jear la this rounty. It II at Clenis cliiipel hist Satuidav aaaaaaaaSeVt VMslKolo! lahaaW jAtSKJJ'. 1 uunke um uaner 01 un mm mf evening ami will piotiact the serIt's J50 In roM." aulKlity welt, vices, prcncliiii'.' at ten o'clock each Walter Krey, the jouiiKer brother inouiini: ami at buin in tlie eeuim;. contest, but 'I he public is cindinlly invited to at ami of J has an trat been corn la tbe your cor husked wheu It 'had tend each ami exeiv sen ice. respondent lslted the farm early In liuckei hri'.'iide. The J'arksvillc November. Tlio ground showed thai which cannot he -- m pu cI for careful work bad been done during the mid efficiency, possihlv savaueimer, ami the eighteen huge shock ed the town fiom another dinsrous OAKICI) AKD JBLMBB. APMONH, that atood upou the acre gave promise lie hist Satuidav moiiiiuir. The fire of a large yield. oii'Miiated in the uardeii of Mr. John oil klmlu, UrHMiiiKH. imlntlns. collec"1 the IJoone County While Wilahl, Jr.. liiuc I mm some ht of leaves and ht1ouh woods. that the stulu furnished ua boys," be uhes tho dry cries fiitcliin-- : 011 fire tions corn Uiuw w,s kUlcndKI. but it The I amM In answer to my questions, "but house, hut must Ik- - InWeu un as a seiurate etory soon leached the chicken only got about half a stand of corn, so by lieioic effoits was confined to In made on your fttct. the luitii-sslo1 had to use some of our own Hoonr this hiiildimr. reHirter duriiiu Hie whole day be spent Ouaty for replautlug tbe acre. Of at iioMlliu: Oiveu was that It waa all eeuree a bad stand I a mighty poor too hlg. tixi Hue, too Impreaalre to a corn contest. Next time 1 am tart lu It la easy to feel hiiudle properly. so a to be ure SobV to teat the seed tbe thmli of eiithiiKliiam In a crowd About my stand. with It. hut It Is that la "Yea, I used a lot of manure on thsi fur different juiilter 10 put It Into cold acre. Itefore I plowed it thla aprlng I print. acatterwl four big load of mauure so I 8ueh eteuia iiiuke us know Kentui'lc) cotjld turn It under. has roused liertM-i- r front her imp hihI U goln' to do more plowln' an "I wit streti-hluherself and ruhbltig del cwttlvatlu' than auybody arouud belt as she ruli eji's. It Is only a big windstorm taupleil thla year, but Ilia drowsiness fntm lier eyes to inuki ttao I bad tu quit early. I did cultltutr her see the problem thnt coiifronl hei tt four time an' didn't atlr the ground i children cleiirly, then to make snore than two lucbea deep. Tbe dins IMIAIM1R move forwunl ateadlly tnwant I hi UNMRTAKBII AN tioas for corn make that a mlcht place that should he hers among hi tTANFtnO KENTUCKY, atroog point" fftoo PMHf 117. Hom'FUom V alater stale of the Uuloa. Mut-te- r y mif-terer 1 a oood aaocc. vtattad them oa Saturday, 2d of No b found them buay atorlnt "eeeond crop" potatoea for the winter aaarket. WRllem Fray. tha eMer broth r. grew f aa act of potatoea tbla Ha harveeted eighty-eigh- t of aotoudld tuber on tha plot lbrjSwx-- , Wf.igjel, hoat tha ere? I mA tfr MilHal1 h. aIA "Yea, that ylald waa some bettar than aneet of Um aoighbora around bare bushels oa aaj Too see. eighty-eigh- t little placa I the earn aa 117 barrel' to tha acre. Of oonraa I did aopur thing tha nalghbora dlda't do, becaue I did all of my work from tha Hrec tions tha government aant me. Every-hodplow manure under whoa tbej break tha ground In tha eprlng, but I ojaaS aa two big wagon loada of rotted manure for a top dreaetn' after my pu tatoea war In the ground. "Tbe folka that came orer here aald aay potatoea were darker green than The ladies of the l'rps'nipri.in cliiirch save a candy pullii;: at the Friday fpuiii'. Hull, Maccahee Quite a number attended and all reported a delichtful tini". Miss Susie Roberts entpriu'iied r. number of her friends Inst Thursday, cxenimr. Those uresent wei? MUs . Mry Hertlia West. Almu Ilamllcy. Anali ruiitt. Ma sr.'.o Clark. (ton, Sadie Cosby, Leliii Duus:.iii and Messrs. Clarence Tucker. Julian Tarkiuutou, Arthur Jo1iii-"ki- . TIi.k. Simpson, Shuttlenorth Tatkiu;tou. Will Terr'. Henry Slierim. H.ij Clarkson, Baxter Coovert. Charley Coshy. Dousl.is Joberts, C.irl (iulli ii-- , Jo Hnimmtt, Howcrit Qulliric. loo Sliorriin; and Itudolph ln-f- l. Co-,by- soaooL bootbs. years; it wa a crowd that unconscious ly waa making history. It waa not a yelling, surging crowd, but one that atood quietly as the parade paaaed and made remark that were pregnant wltb thought. One grlaaled old farmer look ad far down tbe line of eturdy march lng children, smiled and remarked to hi neighbor: "Tbla I the biggest Say Bowling Greeu orer had. It' tine or The ARE Wide-Awak- e People LttKINC FOR SOMETHING ANtT WE HAVE IT IN LAOIES' COAT SUITS. MISSET CtMTS AM SO COME AN ,1 TAKE A thaa pacwa.elactlona and everything elee." bigt llftel LLN J (M Offted, Ky . 1- &- - -1 af.f er "Old Crimp" will get you s if you &m't look out! Had you ever thought about a' new uitf High top shoes, Corduroy Pants, Coat. X Jersey, Over Coat, Corduroy Suit ? ; at-tij- RikWrs ani Rtwer Bttts. ETorytiaiH afg. ti keep ynDry aid Wani Ubk lisskr. Chw it ani Ink tka tr er. IHHHHHHR iPaPJIRl.?t segBBBBBBaW he-ru- BBBBaaaBBBBBBBBBaW Sam Robinson Judge Not Alone by Appearances Yet everyone avoids a mangy dog and a t. Fine feathers do shabby make fine birds, and good clothes go a long way toward making a man win lus way. Get a new suit and look prosperous. Our fall line is now on display. book-agenself-respecti- ng iKi-aus- V' fSS.nsSsi u v'e1 J. Ca McClary siin-harce- 11 m iiwi-wKar- W.E.PERKINS lit-- Crab Orchard, Ky . jfi -- 1. sty,e' TWC WTTCIIIM JMAi. tTAIIPWt. KiyTHMY. PtWAYrNfVtWKW. It'lUt PROGRAM Child Welfare Conference WARREN 1, Mr. Mnlcna Husoclt spent a few City this week flnyn in Junction ntniMiK relative. Snt-iikI- MEMORIAL PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH. Monday A Mornlno, November 25, 10 O'clock. a bank account makes the difference tak Buy Your Own Farm slave for another man from early morn till late at night is the m &M aswer rigk mw. A TO Start savin accMBt Mikes the Meroce. tttby. We will kelp yn ptrcfease tke farm. Come in and let us tell you HOW. STATE BANK & TRUST CO., Capital $50,000. Surplus $500 J. w. Mccarty, Pm. J. I. L PENNY, V. Wrn. l I. S. Stanford, Ky. RICE, V. Pm. m. M. SALtN, CttMcr. D. EADS, R. P. BROWN, Furniture EDS r - MATTRESSES. SPRINGS COMFORTS. TRUNKS. '- - aDRESERS., TtTANtWT'- suit cases. Wjches. davenports, book cases MIRRORS. GO CARTS. . DINING TABLES. BLANKETS. LACE ; PARLIR f TABLES. CURTAINS. LIBRARY TABLES. BUFFETS. SIDEBOARDS. CHINA CABINETS. DINING CHAIRS. ROCKERS. SHADES. LINOLEUMS. OIL CLOTH. CARPETS. RUGS. SEWING MACHINES. PICTURES ' MISCELLANEOUS. 'MATTINGS. W. A. Tribble J Stanford, Kentucky. ' ARE YOU GETTING 1 The Best Policy Contracts? The Lowest Rates? Reliable Companies? Expert Aaents' Advice? lyvSrv h . " y, i know it? Have you investigated? Local insurance agents are made by long study and experience; They are not born !' Hwtdo yt 'Cft Insurance Specialists" before it is too late. t Insurance " BROMLEY 01 BROMLEY, iUCCessors to Fish and Mahonv Stanford, - - Kentucky J.L.Beazley &Co fJLt LgfBLVkaVeBLBLraViHafV asasavTXaaBaKasasasawaassssssssp aafceaaw s. BBE7aaEBaVBaT s TNCHf H RCAL PAWT lied with mmi sJm mm staff caeipeaian iaatariala that is sot verity cl Mm mm. If jroc have had expMM wHh Mm tatter kiml you FIRE INSURANCE RKNKWLARD mymH ttvkr sytatMAag! "fVwaieBa) Jea't wait saoMnr. If vtr saWiM ? ami 4ea't yu HassaW ejPVJay u4 asd sav yaw H ekapyritntaisat aaeaey aa west mme-"Mmi- . l jL .in Ky ington. Ky , Supt, T. Barkadale llamlett, Frankfoit, Ky.; I'rof. Mcllenry Ithuades, Pointed Paragraphs ; Frankfort, Ky : J. II. McFeirun. I.duU-lllUNDERTAKERS Ky.t MUa May Stone, lllndman, AND Many an old settler 'reTus'K.tn Ky . It, L. McFarland. I'rea, K K A., ALSO DEALOHeiuboio. Ky.: W. D. Dodd. Maytlelil. settle. ER IN FURNITURE. Ky i Kmery White, Bowling Green, Ky. , RUQS. THEV WILL ludiistiy is the magnet that draw MUs N, U. Falconer, Lexington. Ky,, Jay Schools. O'Danle), Louisa. Ky.: I'rof. J L. l'liken-to- things our way. EXCHANOE FURNITURE li. O. Holland, Chairman. KlUabethtown. Ky.; W. T. MtClran, J M. Aatherton, MUs Kllsabeth FOR ALL KINDS OF STOCK. Anywny a first class baker iiii't a Tilnclpal K. I Chapln, MUs llardstown, Ky.: K. F Davis, Williams-lunGIVE THEM A CALL. PRICE l...iiln Deltz. Miss Mary D. Hill. J. li. Ky. Ky.; Orvllle J. Stivers, U)iiUllle, common loafer. McKerran. 1'rlnclpal O. U Held. MIhh Ida I'rlnclpal H. U. A Hiidiilf, Jumea Speed, student of lauuuagcs should Tliuley, MUs Pauline K, Wltherspoon. never patronize speakeasies. SETTLEMENT WORK. Industrial Conditions. Some people can look so far into Mrs. It, P. Halleck, Chuliman. mmd liellevlng that boys and girls Kaln the future that they can't see the laifon Allen. Miss Harriet K. Anderson, Mrs. Harry Illshop, Albert S. llrandela. new and broader views through kocUl past, MUs Adele lirunaeia. Mrs. li 1.. Kurt, Mrs. Itobert Horner, Dr. Julia A. Ingram, gatherings, working clubs and whole-som- a A man is. tnlerajd of another Dr, George A, KoberUon. John Hchnrldtr, STAN FOR, KY. books, the directors of exhibit Settlement and Educational Movements. man's bad habit if they are similar Mrs. John I.I t tie. Chairman. will show what the boy scouts are doto his own. MUs i:ilcn D. Oalney. MUs Mary C, McDowell. MUs ing, as well ai activities of social setH. Mrs. Krakauer. Few men lire as ldack as they lire Marshall, MUs l'annle llawion, tlements, the work of the travelling Loulee Hasans' Media MUs Ituth Saplnsky. libraries, and will provide a model painted or as while "n their tombUocola Lodn No. eo, A. K. suais tm Recrestlon. children' library room where children stones would indicate. Kred Levy, Chairman. Arthur Allen. Fred J, Drexler, V. H. visiting, the eifalWt may read and bave If people weie credited with their Knglehard. Miss Victor Kmjlehard, I'ond intentions the recording uiigel Hugs, Carl Oertntr, Uaiu I. Jones, their "Story Ueur," x. iLu:Ti:;.::;,"22LK"" w m w wnilWf, would lime I, noik overtime. aaVaHBEiMBtaW" aaBfas MAT-TINfi- llramlela. MUs I.IIU llreed. Dr, V l.'d Ciunt, Dr. Delia Ilerloch, .MUs Mary lifun. Dr, J. Itowan MoriUun, .Mlas l.lndu Neville, Mix Kllzibeth Hhater. Dr J. A. Stucky, Dr. J. D. Trawlck. Dr. Ap Morgan Vance. , Dr. Annie Veech, Dr H. Wlliun. Dun-nliik' llreck-enrldge, Mr. Lindsay Carney has taken it contract to strip tobacco for Mr. Pave "Moore. Mr. 'Steve Kussell ha rented the one year. Sweeney fanii-jMr, 'Coliin Moore and Mr. Geo, Coffey upent Wednesday in Junction Citv. Mrs.-KalCoffey is expecting to Fall and Winter Suitimi. arrive at ltowen Friday to visit her B. PERKINS son, Mr. (ico. Coffey, DENTIST A large Sunday school is expected Uf stw Fall and Wlnltr Ba,lts r nw Office Over Higglns' Store to bo held here Sunday hvcrybody rurtr for Jtur tBipocllsa. Tkt toopriss . STAKFOHD, KENTUCKY. invited. Iho tttt os tho siarktt. I raa tall so;oao Mr. l.iniNay Carney nnd wife si to prlco who ktd his dotbos nads to A rait iatd to ,osr spent Sunday with Mr. Ollie KaufMuro la CONCRETING to rtadj aiado tlotboa. To ksro tkros man mid wife. arc In potltloa to d all kinds at siara doota'l toil as stars lata tuth as lllork Work, rirrmroit. o4 sdt to Mr. Joe Mt'Cflwun mid family arc la fatl. w ro maka snjthinf from a boats rtidf siadt ks s,aslltr and til Is toosld-oroexpected hern sunn. down to a ttntt pott. Call and ffl our prlfft Ooom ta sod It! sis laks foar tossUfoir 70U tnj your malrrltl at Iftrt. Mr. Henry Atkins was at llookcr-t.iw- n PHILLIPS IBOJ Stanford, Ky. a. 0. Mcrtur, ru rnHfi Tat in seari,hMV)f a, bird dog last bunilay. Mr. lVuce Messer xent Sunda with liu niece, Mis Martba-Jttissell- . Xannie wMkins is .pectcd hi liout'ti Sunday. is easier to carry than a wallet filled with currency, silver or fiold. t "" Mrsriilsjiia Sta'liTu peiii'jTncs-da- y .Wednesday Evening, November 27th, 8 O'clock. It adds dignity to your transactions and Rives much satisfaction. nitii'.Mni. N'uuuie'Oilwou'. "The Delinquent OhlJJ ami. the Home." Miss Sop'honlsba P. BreckChecks are of no value except to person in whose favor drawn. Mrs. Ollie Kauffuian hpnt Thursinridge, of Chicago.' "The Modern as Coassarci With the Can 'you afford to keep your money at home or In your pocket, day 'with Mr. ... 1'. ( offiiian.M Obsolete Institution for Children." Dr. Hastings when you can have, without expense, I dttck Nik N IMS StTM( ? ..- .- . g- -u gage Foundation, New York. , litihlinwtaioimnunutl The law of-, . , ., Lenp Yrtti-tnearly p'.tst. Oh girls . ymi had licrt.'r TiftVrir fp orrdsgel tnafriwr or vim will live ti 'be old Capital $100,000 Surplus $100,100.00 Resources. $500,000 -N n. A. McDowell, It. A, McDowell. D. maul'?. K Murphy. Emmet O'Neal. MUs Francrs V Corner Nxt to' Courthouse. COMMITTEE MEMBERS Simpson, Chesley Bwann. s .As to W. II. JslIAKKH, J. It. PAXTOS, V. PreA" Entertainments. A dispnh;lrrfriirii Frankfort' n MUs I'auline V. Wltherspoon. ChairW. M. URIGIIT, Cash. J. W.MCltf.STER, Aft Cash SOME OF' THE PEOPLE WORKING man. that confusion to have arisMlu Caroline Allen, T. K. Bishop, Jllm en in o'f a great manv ON CHILD WELFARE EXHIBIT. the minds Caroline B. Bournrd. XV V Bradbury, MUs Kllsabeth Breckenrldte. W. K. eWit'riffs in record to tin' ninehdmeuV Brown. Mis. Stuart K. Cecil. 1 V Dltt. penult V law made b'v the of mzr, suss r.mma uoinnaer, MUs Well Knowh Kentucklana Enlisted In Kltch. U. B. Prases. MUs NannieClara laxt General l.ee t'nder tht Krayser, C. Isaac. Powhattan V. Jamea, Efforts' for Betterment of CondiT. L. Jefferson. Carl Joerschke. t.'arl J old law a penalty of (! per cells. ' tions for 'the Child. Kruli. Clllront B. Martin, W. II. cnt on taxes DecemWr 1 and the Chester McDowell. II K. Montague. MUs Madge Nave. Mrs O. K. Sheriff had until March 1. in which H. Ryan. MUs Jane IS. 10 make hi- - settlement. The new. The following are a few of the many lToutn. riillllps Emma Wymond, MUs Woerner. law plui'cs a iteualty of li per cent committees working to make the great Hemes. on the Sheriff if he dc .nut turn Child Welfare Conference and Kihlblt Mrs. Barbour Mlnnlgenxte. Chairman over to the State hv Peceruber ,U at Louisville, November a sucMrs. Alex Barrett. Dr. Leo Itloch, .Ml Alexlna Booth. Mrs. Uraddy Cary. MUs all taxi's collected by him. mid Snakes cess: KUIe Klexner, Mrs. Leonard Hewett. Mr. linn liable for collection the peimllv Hospitality. ..ewU Hiininhrey, Mrs. Howard l.ee, MUs Mrs. H. Thruston Ballanl, Chairman. oiu laxpuvcTs. Some of the n't have Caroline I.elb, Mrs. Fred Levy, MU MarMrs. (iilmer 8. Adams. 1'eter l.ee tha Marvin. MUs Susan Morton. Mrs. colistrueji the' law to ineiiii Jluit Ihev Mrs. 1. II. Callahan. Mrs. Attllla Charles Wolfe. must make their seltlenieul Pecem-I'e- r Cux. Jr.. (Jeorfe Danforth, Mm. Oeorge Houilno Conditions. Udnfurth. Mrs. Oscar Kenley. Mr. Sam-u,'IJ, hut Di'iiulv State Auditor O, C. llrnnlnr, Mrs. J. li. Judah, RichMlu Amy Itrandels, Stuart Chevalier, 11. Ukvli.s. .who has lec'eje.djilUtner-mi- s ard W. Knott. Mrs. Jtlchard W. Knott. W J fiammon, Mrs. Oeo. Clay, MUs Miss I.ucle Norton, Mrs. Matt O'Dohrrty, Helen Itnblnson, F. A. Sampson. jniiiiV:,s, nboiil the .flaw.1'' ?aid Mrs. Krrdcrlc A. Sackett, Mrs. Jefferson Uia the. Sheriff. Moral and Religious Life. IjU.vJiuViexi ltiitil U. Stewart. It. C Hallard . Thrufton. calls for to Thima I Tlmhairla ta lh Amau J Huaton Quln. Chairman. March to make heir settleineiits: Tlmberlake, Mrs. James Uoss ToddJ Judge Samual J. Boldrlck. ltev II. O. but thev must ttiTii oer to jt lis Slat Foole, Mlu Nanrtle Lee Frayser. 11ms. F colds. Program. : , Cordon, Oeorge Hsys. Itev Ceorxe A. hv Pecember 'II all tuxes colleeled Ilernard Kleiner, Chairman, Joplln. Itev. John Little. II F.. Montague, Mlu Jennie M. Flexnef. II II. Mackoy. Mlu Itoiulle I'argny, MUs Madeline lira, up to that time hv them. It. J MrUryde. Or. Maxwell Savjae. Mrs. ger. Clover Sales. ratty V, Semplt. Fleece-line- d Philanthropy. Kentucklans Make Rich Strike ,Plsee. I'. If. Callahan. 'ChoJnnan. MUa Frances Ingram, Chalrmnn Mr. George I Cmw and Mr. Mit liruce italdeman, Uacher. John Andeison, 9ira. Alex Barret, MUa Lucy Barret. Mrs. C Ferguaon Broun, chell Tulor received a teleyxatn Fleece-line- d Installation. Mrs. J. J Caffrey, Mrs. K. N. M. .Maxfioiii Mr. J. I'. Harper Saltirdav Gto. Gray. Chalnnan. Will MU Annie J. U. Alberts, Jr.. Mlas Kdna Doltlnger. well. Mrs. Geo. L.Newman, Mrs Bernard erv the dicoverv for a Itlchardaon, Sehon. James It, Keller, Henry Klaulier, Claude Helllgman, Charles Strull, Mrs. IX S, Jersey-ribbe- d Ta. rich zinc and lead mine mi the jiauacK, u. c uusiey, cnaa. &neeu Wil- ciiau, James YunKer. liams. by Messrs. nwiied Taloi Publicity. The Child snd the Law. Crow. Ilarpei' and .Imjiri Stone in 1), II. Coode, Chairman. Wool-fleec- ed Leon I. Lewis. Chairman J. V. lleckman, UeHhu Ilreckenrlilce, Cliilwood near .lopliu, Mrs. Cora Bain. JudKe S J ltoldrlrk. the l)p-ieJames K. fluckner, Jr., Father U about weut Then Mm. N A. CourtrlRht, Julius lllld, Judge Misiiuri. Duncan-ClarI.ouIh Ultmar, H. J. . It Dunlap, Miss Ilortenae Hixner, W. I Lincoln, O. K. Pfimts. .Mib. Zinnia acres in the leiiilorv mid the ore is Mix! Miriam (Jalnes, A. II. I.lpconili, lln (!. Starr, Judge Mulr WeUliiicer Miv fine (pialilv. Mr. Harper in his (.'leu I.oiif, Joseph I.onestreet, A T. Country Life and Schools. Neumeyer, MImm Helen Charles felc'.'imu enid thai the mine was the I'rof. T. J. Coates. Chairman i, Itundolph, lied Hchwtnker, Iluiry Mis. t" I Weaver, Vke Chalnnan lier. ever discovered ill the famous T C Underwood, Urey Woodaou, F U Dutton, Versailles, Ky Mm Corn Cliit woimI dihttict. The owners had Ways ana Means. WlUun Steviart, Morehead. K) . ConimU-BlonChas. W Allen. Chairman. J, W. Newman, Frankfurt, Ky necii prospectiii!: for several months (J co. Ilaboock, Thruston llallaid. Alfred Bowling Ky Frd Mutchler, Carlisle, Gieen.MUs , Ml but Miccess never before crowned llianiliJs. Mrs. Win. Moiifun, Ky . Llda Gardner, Jraaie all-wo- ol Health. ti. Vancey, Mayavllle, Ky i V L. Jayne, their effoits. The local owners aro Catlettaburg, ky.: N. C Haminack, Tuley, Chairman spiritK over the kooiI news, Dr II 1. Ky.; MUs Luclle (Irugan, Mur- in hi'.'h Dr. It M. Allen, Dr. IMillllp K. Ilarhour. - Panxille Advocale. MIhh Jennlx U. Ilenedlct. Dr 1'luience ray, Ky : I'resldent Henry Baiker, LexAlso Prof. D. V lluntoon, presiding. Opening remarks by the Chairman. "Kooda and Feed In Relation to Infanta' Mortality," Dr. J. Rowan Morlion. Discussion opened by Mrs. I.etchworth Smith. B "PrevnUblo Blindness In Kentucky." Dr. J. A. Stucky, Ky.; Miss Linda Norllle, Lexington, Ky. Discussion opeaed by the Chairman of the meeting, Prof. D. B. Uuntoou. Monday Aftarnoon, Novambtr 23th, 3 O'clock. A "Eugenics and Hex Hygiene." Dr. J. B. Marrla presiding. A "Kugenlcs and Child Welfare." Dr. John O. Trawlck. B "Sex Education and, Hygleno." Chas. O. UlrtwelL Discussion opened by Mrs. P. B. Scmple. .Monday Evening, November 25th, 8 O'clock. Mrs. Morris B. Belknap, President of tho Exhibit and Conference, presiding. Opening Address by the Presiding Officer. Address, "The Community' Obligation to Its Children." Dr. E. T. DflYine, New York. 4. Tuesday Morning, November 26th, 10 O'clock. "Education." Prof. T. Y. Coates, Frankfort. Ky.. presiding. A "ProbScs: of the Rural School." Subject presented by Presiding Officer and Prof. Barksdale Hamlet, Frankfort, Ky. Discussion to bo opened by Mrs. Chas. P. Weaver, Loutarllle, Ky. B "The Wider Use of the School Plan Subject presented by Miss Pauline Wlthcrspoon. Discussion opened by Mrs. Cora Wilson Stewart, Morehead. Ky. 6. Tuesday Afternoon, November 26th, 3 O'clock. "Recreation." R.. Mhxp1 Savage, President of the Conference of Social Workers, presiding. A "Publlo Outdoor Play." Mr. Graham Romeyq Taylor, Chicago, Illinois. B "Local Situation With Reference To Dance Halls." Miss Ruth Saplnsky; Mr. James Yunker. (leneral discussion on "Recreation." opened by Mr. Graham R. Taylor, Chicago. 6. Tuesday Evening, November 26th, 8 O'clock.. Iter. Aquilla Webb presiding. "The Public Health; How We Aroused the State of Louisiana." Dr. Oscar Dowllng, State Board or Health, Louisiana. Discussion to be opened by Dr. W. E. Grant. Health Officer of the City of Louisville; Dr. 3. B. McCoruiack, Secretary of the State Board of Health. 7 Wednesday Morning, November 27th, 10 O'clock. "The Child and thoLaw." Mr. Roger N. Ualdwia. St Louis, presiding. ' A "Probation as a Reformatory Measure, and What Probation Means." Br presiding officer. Discussion epenod by Mrs. Cora M. Bain. B "The Street Child at Night" Night Chief Patrick Ridge. C "The Work of the Board of Children's Guardians." Judge S. J. Boldrlck. 8. Wednesday Afternoon, No'vember 27th, 3 O'clock. "Dependent and Neglected Child." Presiding, Dr. Hastings W. Hart, .Russell Sage Foundation. New York. Opening Remarks .by Presiding Officer. A "The Work of the,.Kentucky Children's Home Society." Mr. Gee. L. Sehon, Louisville. "The Institutional Care of Chll- drea." Mr. O. EPfouts, Miss Elizabeth Walsh. "Miss Mattle k Priest, Mr. Chas. Strull. Discussion opened by' Presiding Offl- I.ox-Ingt- lluptist fervico wns lictil here nml Siindiiy ly ltev. (Vilgcr. Mis Susie Wrilo upent Sntunlny nml Siimlny nt Mnrelnml with her Kisler, Jiis Myrtle. Arlmr Dny wna oWrveil liere N'ov. 13. J. H. Baughman MANUFACTURE Co. Flour, Meal and Shipstuff spent the Miss Mnrthn ltusoll past week with her grandmother, Mrs. Jnmo Mc.ct. Mr. Jim DaiiRherly went buck to work totlny. At the' home of "MNsTnuUno Tjiy-I- ir was held. Thone it fiimly piillin were, M'r. Jn'tncs Datighcrty, pre-ot- if mid wifo, Miss Kssie Dnughcrty, Mr. Juaoti Qibsoit, Miss Alum Coffey, Mr, UohcTt Vox, Miss Siteie Wliite, Afiss Cyrcnn Mr. Put Dntiicherly, White, Mr. Tlios. Coffey mid others too Humorous to mention. (lorn shucking timo is nliout over in this .section. t'orn crops have tunic-out better than farmer c Mrs. Amanda While i are dealers in Wheat, Oorn,Hay (!traw. Salt, Portland Cement and Goal. Prompt attention andiyour money's worth at allt mes. Phone 11 Stanford, Kentucky. on the tuck Iit. A Mitprio pnrly was given nt Miss .Maggie Fox'ii. Those present were the hoys mid girls of Howcn. Cold weather has struck the peo pie around her,, nnd everybody ' is expecting now. at T. D. NEWLAND, Call opposite Court House and get your winter stoves J' r. o rn A CHECK BObK s Lincoln County National Bank Pre."''. !. Stamford, lty -- Sheriff-Settlement- the-'tn- 21-3- 1 Ath-erto- n, rl This Bad Weather lt-- 1 fc heavy underwear protect us from We are showing pro-pci- tv i'l n. ald, at 39c per garment at 50c per garment at 50c per garment Wright's at $1.00 Union Suits that fit at 50c, $1.00 and $1.50. We handle the Hum-ine- . er , e, underwear that protects you from rheumatism. underwear for the boys, all sizes & weights g, SURETY BONDS Cummins ! &Wiffi Clothes. !!. Wll-Ha- I , ' .Stanford, Kentucky All-Wo- ol rt a Home of w ,5 Phgr J-- , 4 ft ilk' t ?.;..-'-- -'- iv "' '1tJSF? "- v- rT ,W W' 7- m. v f . illJ . . ,1 V Jv Twe'HiTffwrjiuLMtAiFawt.KciiTWCKr. rmtAv. nt vttHt a. nit u A Special Sale ? Sreatly at I.nncnster, Mrs. Harris MIm Minnie WooHh wns In Lnn- n nhort time Tuesday. Mr. Htewnrt Cnrsnn is the guest of his ulster, Mr. Hnnruin Pelphrcy rnstcr MSMWMSSJSl S. Suits, Coats and Dresses Reduced Prices We havo just ono through our aplondid stocks and repriced all lines where the sizo and color rano is not complete The blue poncil has been usod rolontlesslv. and the price in ducements offered now are ouch as will causo those superior garments to find now owners quickly. Wo include in this sale all our very finest novelty "show piecos'' t in Tailored Suits, EvaninsJ Wraps, Party and Dinner Dresses, at very greatly reduced prices. Only the season's newest, mostup-todutmodels are referred to in this advertisement, and not a lot of "carried overs" from last year, as wo have none to offer. Wo mention briofly a fow of tho specials. o Tailored Suits Four Special Assortments One Piece Dresses on sale Robinson of that city. Messrs. Herman Oanii and Arthur I'mwii. of MeKinney, at.iinlcd the tl:ow here Wednesday night. Mr. K. O. Gmich iiiid Mrn. T. II. Singleton, of MeKinney, were it) town a hhort time Wednesday. Mrs. II. J. McltoheitK wan in Wednesday the gucxt of Mr. and Mr. J. It. Mount. Mrs. J. C. Bailey, of Crub Oreh-nrhns returned home after u vis-- it to her brother. Mens. T. T. mid (I. T. Lackey nt Litchficld.III. Miss Lettic Muy McRoberts, of Lancaster, brought her grandmoth-er- , Mrn. Ware oer here to tnkc the train for her homo in llupkinsville. Mrs. K. T. lieuzlcy and duimhter, Sudie Woodcock have returned :tf ter spending h few days In Shelby City. Judge M. D. Hushes of Lancaster wus here Wednesday en route to Louisville to ee his son, Kobeit Hughes. Mrs. V. S. Orinstcad. of London, is here ut the bedside of her daughter, Mrs. J. Kaiulnlpli Hanis, who is Lnn-ruMer d, wife. !MiH Margaret Hopper nttciidcd the wedding f her brother 1'rof. W. O. Hopper, of Mt. Sterling to Miss o l.nneniler, is horr visiting her ion, J. It. Man it and i A Thanksgiving Special You will surely give thanks for such a bargain if you take advantage of this special offering. We have on oar racks a number of pretty silk dresses in Crepe Meteor, Messaline, in colors, Navy, Black and Taupe. They are right up to the minute in style and material. The sizes are, 16 misses, 34 and 36 ladies. The regular price is $18.50 to $22.50. These dresses would bring $5 more than our regular price in the city stores. Our special price to you is i 'i 71 at (liitte HI. .Mrs. V $18.00 SUITS AT $14.75 A good selection of in a wide rango of colors e1 undPi2os. reduced to A superior Suits $16 50 and $19 75 Representing values from $10.00 to $35.00 ( ?" (on - f 11.13 - A HC splendid assortment Suits in Serges, Whipcords and Diagonals, selling rogularly up to $22.50, reduced to.- QI TITTQ Cf OUIIO ATT 1 l 7 flA fl.W of stylish lf-W SorGeBt Epongef chiffon, Charnause, and other Silks. Splendid Styles in Sorgos for street and general wear; along with many models suitable for Irrti nrLKl! tt,1 accoraeon pnier wlth new' ; of rclutiF.s and tViends tiiore. ifr. and Mm. J. S . Adams.of C'Ie eland, O., who have been touring the outh nro tlie guests of his mother, Mm. Margaret Adams nnd dieter. Mrs T. V. I'eiinington. Mr. Anhby Wnireii nnd mother, Mrs. Charlotte, Wuncu have returned home after a vihit to Miss Mnrga-le- t Wancn at Columbusi, 0. Hcv. and Mrs. II. V. Cnrpentcr nnd pretty little daughter. Eleanor 1. Knicnld nnd Miss L. (ianier. nf Crab Orchard, ilrova to Keren Tliun-iluand are the guests M.75 Severance & Son. A splendid selection of watches clocks, jewelry etc., for Xmns pres02-t- f. ents nt Mueller's. Rev. C. II. Greer will preach at Logan's creek nest Sunday afternoon nt 2.30. Friends here have received of the marriage of Miss Amelia Coulter, of Tulsa, Okln., to Mr. F. D. Vaughn, of that city. The bride is a daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Coulter, formerly of this county, and has many friends here nnd in the West End, who extend congratulations and best wishes. 0 OHIO CJTT OT T0U90. ( LVCAS CODKTT. f mitM MM that ha k mk ol F. J. CUKxet Co. dome butlnn. in the City ol Tokdo, County and CUM afomaul and that aald linn will par the turn ol ONE HUNDRED DOLLARS tor rath and rrtry raw ol CATiitui that cannot be cured bj tbe cm ol BT1TI i : i pleated skirts at and andnew style sleeves $25 and $30SuiU at $19.75 dn this lot to select from, single- Suits, but all sizes . mostly and col. ors in tho lot, selling regularly up to $30.00; CIA 7C 4liMaJ reduced to In this lot aro included some of the season's highest class novelty Suits. Only one of a kind, but all beauties, Fully fifty most desirable Suits 1J.J ,t .1 flu, P ID.OU SUMl 7r- IO - PnHJrrknc rVUlLUUU. 1 $30 and $35 SuiU.at $25 ( Very speciul value for this sale ' onlv fLS Choice of fiftv Satin gFZSS. si's? rrr1cadrltyoup $25.00 Other Suit Specials at $29.M and $35 PXU to T Qo Special values in (oats at $10, $12.50, $15.00 and $19.75 A collection of about a hundred Coats of excellent all Wool materials in Boucles, Chinchillas and Diagonals in Blues, Blacks, Greys, Browns and fancies; made in "Johnny" and long English Box" styles; all with big pockets, with collars that button close up to the neck. Tevis, of Shelbyville, are the guests of her parents, Dr .and Mrs. J. O. Carpenter. Smith A. bngleman. of Uraddock, N. I), a former Garrard boy, is visiting his uncle J. H. Englemun. Sr. and other relatives in this section after a five years' nbsence. Mr. and Mrs. E. R. liutchings are at home after a visit to rela tives nnd friends in Lexington and Carlisle. Master Raines liutchings of Danville, came home with them to remain several davs. and Eugenia Talitha Misses Bourne and Messrs. Sherly and Ld gur Holtrclaw, and Robert and Vir sil Revnolds were tho guests of Jen nie and Jesse Lawrence Sunday. Miss Lena Heck, of McKinney was iii town Monday the guest of Miss She will leave Florence Carter. Tuesday with Mr. and Mrs. R. II. Metcalfe for Cisliere, Ind., to remain for sometime. A. C. Sine, traveling representative of the Knights of Maccabees, lias been confined to his room for about two weeks with an attack of heart trouble. He is able to be out miw and will resume, his duties in the next few days. SHORT LOCAL NEWS go to Thanksgiving cake ingredients at 93-Fmr MIsms anal Wmmm, $1 $19.75 W. 11. Higgins'. Knives forks nnd spoons for Hear GMt Specials, $25 to $35 Thanksgiving at W. II Mueller's. Specials In Goats, $5.00 to $10.00 and Oysters, celery, cranberries nil kinds of freh meat at Fields 93-Itros. For holiday presents which will Inst a life time go to Mueller's jewOOtf elry store. I)st A pair of long white kid gloves on Wednesday night between J. S. Uaughman's home and my homo on Lognn nvenne. Finder will please return to Miss Miunio Woods Miss Jcnnio Wnrren wns the Mrs. Walker, of Lancaster is the I For Rent For 1913 property Personal and Social. . gvrst of her sister, Mrs. J. C. Hays. guest of her aunt, Miss Jcnnio Dun- now occupied by I. M. Bruce, on Lognn avenue. A. T. Nunnelloy. 94 Mrs. Wearen, of Lexington, is here JIpfc J & ico nml niotlor. M. can at Lancaster lutt w.vl:. Rev. II. W. Carpenter sicnt sevvisiting her son, Mr. W. II. Wcaren L. Garnet, of Cavo City went to Louisville Wednesday for a fow days eral davs at Crab Orchard with Mr. nnd family. Jamio Carpenter. Mr. 1. C. Sandidge, of Millcdgo-vill- e, was in town Tuesday on business. Dr. M. C. Heath, of Richmond, has been the recent guest of his daughter. Mrs. A. II. Severance Dr. Uurgin, of Crab Orchard, was hero a short time Wednesday, on business. Mrs. J. Q. CnTpcnter nnd Mrs. II. W. Carpenter, of Shclbyvillo were tho guests of Mrs. M. E. Fish ut Crub Orchard Wednesday. cannot properly masticate solid Jlr. nnd Mrs. Harvey Miller, of foods and digestion is often Danville, havo been tho recont guests upset they do not receive the of Mr. and Mrs. E. R. liutchings needed nourishment to make and Miss Annie Chancellor. strength and preserve Health, but Sadie. Ruughman, of Huston-vill- e, Miss if aged people everywhere could returned to Richmond Tuesonly realize the ttitngth-tat-toutin- g day, where bIio is taking a course in noimhmtnt In Scott'i tho State Normal school. University of of Prescott; EmmUon they would take it after Mrs. Susnn Yeager has returned every meal. Michigan, testified before the home from Louisville. Mrs. W. R. It poMenet the nourishing Rice returned with her und spent Food Committee of Congress, of cod liver oil, the viUt several days. of of Mr. nnd Mrs. R. T. Pence nnd acid of grapes held highest Cert nd the hypopboiphitet toda end the curative Mo. Mrs. Amos, Pence, of Marshall, qualitietof glycerine, all io perfectly reregarded article of food combined that nature immediately who have been visiting Mrs. W. 0. appropriate! them to create Walker and other relatives returned cream of from baking etrataffM nmaiih tk organ nnd to their home Monday. omiUtkooody. It relieve rheumafavorable to health. having powder Mr. Tom Pence left Tuesday for tism asd ailmestt due to declining jreere, It add to tte tfaa ol liie. McCombs, Miss., where bo will spend Morn tmktUtmtm for SCOTTX a month, then he will come back afmoon ft Bevms. Mseaaett. If. I. IM ter Mrs. Peace and Lyna and they WlVOMt IMMTi JCtDwl all will spend the ,wiater there. 2. For oysters, celery, Fnrris. cranberries 94-1. Chilton's TVelah Tliseman Company KENTUCKY. 2. DANVILLE, Royal BakjngPowder tesHaJltfilOitMBtoMMl Prp the mits and he with as Pure that the rank as an the tartar Kmymlmt)JyMmlmc AGED PEOPLE Don't- - forget Decv 1 the percent goes on all unpaid taxes. If you have not paid, this is for you. W.L. 94-- 1 McCarty, Sheriff. For Sole. Well broke, year old bird dog; guaranteed to be all right. Call at Morgan's store. A. E. Grime,?, R. F. D. No. 1 92.3 The ladies of the Christian church will have an exchange Nov. 27th in J. L. Beazley's store, cakes, candy, dressed chickens etc., for sale. All who contribute please bring to store by 8:30. Sale begins nt nine. Special Agent J. B. Matthews, of C, nt Cincinnati, nnd Dethe 0. tective J. B. Scbaffer, and officer Hnrry lsrncl, of the Cincinnati Police Department were here this week to attend the trial of the negro charged with the murder of the Agent Euglemnn, of the Q. & C, nt King's Mountain a year ngo. M. D. Hughes, of Lancaster, nn original Helm man, wns here Wednesday calling on the congressman Helm and will have strong support for postmaster in his town. Editor J. B. Stears. of the Nicho-InsviiNews, was here for a short The News was u time Wednesday rtroiig supporter of Congressman Harvey Helm before the primary and his friends nre urging that he is the logical man for the postof-fie- c in his town. A little son has arrived at the homo of Mr. nnd Mrs. Harroll Dor-seof Carlisle, Ky. The mother formerly Miss Mary Morton Arnold, daughter of Rev. and Ms. W. E. Ar nold, of Danville, but formerly of Stanford, whero Mr. Arnold was for several years the pastor of the Methodist church. All persons having claims against the estnto of W. II. Duddernr, will please file them with J. B. Paxton, verified, ns required by law. Those knowing themselves indebted to his estnto will pleaso come forward nnd settle. J. F. Duddernr, t. Ex'or. Don't forget Homo Mission week beginning next Sunday. Union, services will be held each night during tho week. Look for program in next issue. Don't forget tho moving picture shows at tho opera houso tonight and Saturday night. There will bo extra pictures both nights and they are promised to bo the best pictures that they havo had for somo time. You want the test policy when vou insure. See Fish & Bromley, Stanford, Ky. Insure everything Winks, the beautiful little Spitz dog "belonging to Miss Jennie Warren wns killed by nn automobile a Tho machine few nights sinco. struck him squarely on the bead nnd it was crushed to a pulp. The Wurren family was devoted to the pet and aro inconsolablo at his death. le y, 91-3- Pleasant Ptfnt dence wns destroyed by fire a few days ngo. Mr. Wesley Bastin has a good position in Cincinnati. His wife and baby will join him there in a few Ray Johnson has a position as conductor on the railroad. Mr. and Mrs. J. N. Foley have been visiting nt the homes of R. J. nnd Q. D. Hogue. Mr. Foley spent a few dnys bird hunting. They will visit friends in Cuaey before returning to their homo at Lexington. Miss Mayrae Singleton has been visiting Mrs. C. C. Gooch at Mr. W. A. Horton, of Waynesbunr. of his daughter. Mrs Saturday and Sunday Mrs. Belle Mitchell is quite ill with rheumatism. Mrs. Caldwell mother of Mrs. C. C. Brown is also on the sick list. Everett Morgan and Van Single ton, of Waynesburg, called oil Misses Mnyme Singleton nnd Flor ence Wnll Sunday Inst Miss Grace Wall, who has been at Lexington for several weeks is expected home in a few days. A protracted meetins: is in pro gress at the M. E. church. There is large attendance and much good is being done. Rev. Jeffries, of Liberty, filled his appointment at the Baptist church Saturday and Sunday. The series of meetings which was to begin has been postponed and will begin sometime in December. Some of the boys around here have, been getting boozy of late and it behooves you citixens"o look intothe matter. Find out where, those boys are getting their intoxicating drinks and have the one that is vio lating the law brought to justice. -- A new dwelling is being erected for Mr. Cook Alford, whose resi- Traxi J. Qrv tirtnrr ol tbe arm 1UU.I caTiaaa ecu. wns the guest FRANK J. CIIE.NET. Sworn to before me and ubarrlbed In my presence, George Hogue thia i(b day ol December, A. U.. lilt. I "-- "" A. W. GLEASON. N0TAT Hall i Catarrh Cure If taken Internally and artj directly upon the blood and mucoua nirtacca ol the, yitem. bend for teitlmonlala, free. F. J. CHENEY CO. Toledo. O Bold by all DruRUta. 73c. Take UaU'a Family Pill or ennntnatlon. . t i I ' milC '1 ele-rnt- i Am CrM Flaaaed Train With Shirt Tearing his shirt from his back an Ohio man flagged a tram and saved it from a wreck, but H. T. Alston, Raleigh. N. C. 'once prevent cd a wreck with Electric Bitters. "I was in a terrible plight when I began to use them." he writes, "my stom ach, head, back and kidneys were all badly affected ond my liver van in bad condition, but four bottles of Electric Bitters made me feel like a new man.' A trial will convince you of their BMtchleati merit for any BtomacB, liver or kidney troaMe. Price 69 eests at all dnwieta. Services at the Presbyterian church Sunday; Nov. 24. Bible school at 9:30. Morning service 11 o'clock. Rew J. E. Park, of will preach instead )f the pastor. Union service in the evening at tho Baptist church. Rev. Park will preach. The subjects nre1 announced in the Home Mission program on another page. The Missionary Society of the Baptist church will meet with Mrs. bhelton Snufley next Friday afternoon nt 2.30 o'clock. All members nre urged to to be present. Tom Gooeh, the populnr turkey buyer, brought in his lust drove of cobblers, for the Thanksgiving market, this week making nbont 3.000 in nil he hns delivered to Northcott which is about n thousand more than were delivered by thp same time last year. Ho will soon begin to take up tho birds for the Christmas A Trial Gave Instant Relief The market. As lie has so generously Great Kidney Remedy Never Dit. done for many Thanksgivings, he anoints left a big fat bird for the I. J. , Being broken down in health, suffering with Kidney Trouble, despair, KNOW IT WELL ing of ever being well again. I was, advised by a friend to try Dr. KilFamiliar Features Well Known to mer's Swamp-Rowhich gave me Hundreds of Stanford Citizens instant relief, and after using several bottles. I am now sound- - and A familiar burden in many homes, well, and can safely recommend SwnmpKoot to nnyone suffering The burden of a "bad back.'". A lnme, a weak or an aching gack with back or kidney troubles. I nlso had rheumatism, and I have tmen teJU you of kidney ills. had more relief Doan's Kidney Pills are for weuk Swamp Root than from Dr. Kilmer's any other remedy kidneys. A sufficient trial will convince anyHeer is Stanford testimony. body of the merits of Swamp-Roo- t. D. C. Dyehouse, Whitley, avenuo Yours very truly, Stnnford, Ky., says: "Inm in a P. E. NELSON Murphy, N. C. position to recommend Doan's KidSubscribed mid sworu to before ney Pills highly ns they were tho 17th day one nnd only remedy that ever gnvo mo this EDMUND of July, 1909, B. NORVELL. mo relief from backache. My back Notary Public was so sore and painful that it was Cherokee County, N. C. hard for mo to get around for days at a time. I tried everything but Letter te did not seem to get anything that Dr. KfcMT A Co. would bring mo relief until I pro cured Doan's Kidney Pills at Shu-gand Tanner's Drug Store. They Prove What Swum Root Will Do For TOM. proved to be what I needed and by Send to Dr. Kilmer & Co., the time I bad used three boxes, the X. Y., for a sample bottle. pain in my back disappeared and I It will eeavkce anyone. Yea will in. every way." felt better also reeeivo booklet of yahtaWe For sale by all dealers. Prjce 50 inforataUe. a teUug all eh Co., Buffalo, kidneys cents. Foster-Milbur- a UaUer. Wbea writta agents for the United be sure N. Y. sole eatien tbe Btair4 ' Bexslar fifty aaat States. terier Joa Remember tbe aai eaa, ioMar aba betUea far aaat asd take bo fttber. al aH aMatma. rg ot ar 4 U I .? 1 n i f il 1 "vm .f- - ' V ''jj,i taf a4 abt V - J V MrtEaajfrdkA.- - .. jjL x, - w iaw'-iiiJi,..- .. iim ww a i - V ' 3 " ," 9 r Iswafi .,. - I MHBHHM-MGSi55ii- pkff".MMM ,. - X IJHMMMMV MONEYS "easa' Hblava owPowlawkWr K $,i w "JpORLEYTTlBR Loose Leaf House at Lexington, Ky. Hag plenty of room. All modern appliances and facilities for handling tobacco. Railroad connection with the house.and Gets tho highest price for tobacco. The Latest, Largest , Best of Loose Leaf Warehouses. guaranteed. Come to see us. Careful and courteous attention MARKET OPENS TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 19TH. HS"! M. SA.CL We tell yon hew, and pay best market ' We are dealer; eatsbllahed Kicra, andean do BBrrKR far vmi than s (rents or commission merchants. References any hank In Urn-bril- l. Write for weekly price list. eV KMMt 4 M t. sWwlMlwttfU!, SONS IT. BrttHvfl M FVMi MVH, VIWLe PROF. SMITH To Make Cern Shew Here Nev. 31. Prof Awaf--- rfl State lank J. D. CLARK, Manager. and Joe V. Irvine at 7 cents. Hacklov and Franklin out on the Women in middle cafe often complain of hot flashes. They era at that stale Danville pike, sold 2.700 wounds of breaks of lit when their delicate orfanlsra needs a tonio and hrlpinf-hanwhich only Dr. tobacco on the Danille aerago of Pierce's Favorite Prescription can five them. Many women suffer needlessly from Thutxduv and receicd an 10 cents u pound. The highest 'J girlhood to womanhood and from motherhood to old a(e with backache, dizxl price realized during the day was nets or headache. A woman often becomes sleepless, nervous, " broken-down'J(i cents a pound. irritable and feels tired from morning to night. When pains and ache rack the George Sponnuinorc sold to Tom womanly system at frequent intervals, at jour weigkkor about Howard of Madison county a saddle HOT FLASHES. d iff-- ," Wallace Smith, of State Lexington, will judge the (College, corn show an onward the inemiunw offered by the Stnlo Bank & Trust He will Co., here on Nov. 30th. also deliver a lecture on the growing of com in the bank nt 2 P. M. after which the awards will be made Ptof. Smith has had csecial training and excricncc in corn judging -. mid and rai-iiIrvttllr Still In well north hearing. All farmers and othcis who arc interested in this line of wenk nio cordially invited to meet Mr. Smith and hear Ins lecture ig -- (Hy Jns. Cooper.) The Yictrola matinee reditnl Riven the Hnrh Club by Mrs.T.' A. Hlce Saturday afternoon was one of the most enjoyable occasions, they have ever cxHrienced, Tho Club had taken advantage of the educational fen turns the program offered by tndiiiK the lives of (he artists they were to hear and the operas wrom which their selections had been taken. After the program hud been enjoyed n delightful lunch was served. The Finch Club feels very gmte-fu- l to Mrs. It ice lor the hospitality shown and the interest she has shown in their musical development. Those who enjoyed her hospitality tv ere: Lissa Holtzcluw, Muyme Singleton, Margaret Hoeker, Mary K. MeKinncy, Mary M. Kaney, llertn Jean Penny, Mary M. Mathcny, Ef- fie llnnglimnn, Sallie M. Craig, Miss Kllen Itnlloti, Marion (Iriine- -, Aunie Grimes, Hnrry II. Mclloberts, Joe Iteinhnrt, Thomas Coleman, nnd .las, Cooper. We arc H wn rjuiealy reMvecl byan apsiiaa4Mft of SkM! a Liniment You dont need to rub juat ky or liffktlv. It BCfietratea at once to the seat of the trouble. aBawBawBawBawB r I H sH J wrsrvawawBBW atwl j T sstw a mei Mih Kutf MANTittr, 4110 Talma Are.,Chlcafe, IH., writes r"Atoet tws ,jreata aao at atottMr broke aowti wik aeeaaaatleai. The doctors didrtt sod. Mr aMther was persuades) Sloan's Unlmeat, Mid In three waaentkel weH aa4 I beaeva .curea lorerar." weetre i H K da aey ta try she Ii V9 .BowlawlVSnr M tea rfraV aJ waafiBA S, wwyi vafff , wrlirav " Mr eaather has wsed eaa tec. bottle of Moan's UAhwent.'aacl ahnouah the la ow Ij year el btsuved eraat reaet froai atr theeiaasteso." anatokaa I ' Sloan's Uahntnt and bar theenutlem It entirely tone. waea) say s there were fits fanUv waa troubled with sisters aad I and Sloan's Uidaieat cored erery eae of ' M ta a week'i itsate." " Mr mother !! FlavlAn Dtiln. n UK Wvnmlne Vmmi Uvn with rheamatfsm and St.. frleau adrlsed her was troubled vrkaar 1ST to M At the mm itWaetM H cry sorry to hear of Mr llnins Coleman's , illness last week vie wish him a speedy It will be remembered that man was the valedictorian '12 unci has been attending and recovery. Mr. Cole- - I IF r P r- - t - VI T. it ir"-- r i Market. 22. Cattle tor ig;. Doctor PterctVs Favorite market ste.nlv: stnmg at .fLOO Mas. J. Israor, of SI S. Bcntalon Stmt. Baltimore, Md., says: "t SALE COMMISSIONERS Hogs Receipts wroU yon about nine months ago, telling you of my condition. 1 hare a (10.50. 4.323 tun faabyairi-a- he welshed nine pounds when born. She la my third child head, nmikct 10 cents to 25 cents and the etnmcest of them all. 11 suffering was only for two hours. I Lincoln lircuit Court hu'Iicr; packer 1 7.(15 'ii7.H0; comtook strand bottles of 'Favorite Prescription' and one of Dr. Pierce's Hobeit Hubble ct nl. plaintiffs vs mon s,,ws $5.5l)f(t7; nigs and lights ffmrt-d. I nerer had a well day before I took your medicines. I was Walker Hubble, defendant: Notice 5(if7.40; stags T4.25(ii)(i.75. Sheep orprlsea how well I felt coaM eat was always hungry, and never had a -- Itcceipts 415 of Sale. head: market steady sack stomach. Tha nurse who was with me said the medicine was wonder. fa! becaaM i sot alone" so nicely after having had so much trouble before, Pursuant to a judgment of the at ;M.2.'i(r,3.75; lambs steady at he Intends to recommend It to oil her suffering patients. Ererybody la Lincoln circuit court, rendered at its 14.00785. assonunsd at me beeaase I onty welshed IOC pounds before and now I Xo ember teim, 1012, in the action wefsnUs. t have had serera todies eoate to me and ask about Dr. Pierce's COMMISSIONER'S SALE. nboo stjled, the undersigned Comssadlrlne, I am wMagsa recommend It to all who suffer and want bete. missioner will, on Monday, DecemaanywaslnfnswMMaelwwJWtJatttoaJreHtoUesa.' Mas. laaor Quia ber 9th, 1912 (County Court Duy) Lincoln Co. Court. at about 1:30 o'clock P. M.. stun-d.ir- d Slcstcr Kenton, in his own time, offer for sale at public right and as smviving partner of of lime and Tennessee phosphate outcry to the highest and best bid FARM AND STOCK NEWS Hro., finu of liaitiicr-lii- p are necessary to adjust tJie .soil for der the following described parcels and as uduunistrator NewtonAbraham of Graham, of the Division of I he proper growth of the product. of land in Lincoln county, Ky., neur Newton, deceased, Plaintiff vs Mur-gaiProf. Animal Husbandry, Kentucky Ex The only enemies alfulfu has tue liirnersville, and on the Turner-il- le New ton, etc., Deteudunts. Noperiment Station, states he has been weeds and blue crass. However, and McKiimey turnpike: tice of sule. they can be eusily overcome, as informed 'that- - blackleg is prevalent In obedience to a judgment First tract. IJeginniug on a stone d while weeds and is among cattle in certain sections of corner to Smith ahd George Alford. at the November term of 1012 the state, and that it is advisable t blue grass are shallow. Mr. Givens thence S 38 2 W 129 poles 16 in the Lincoln Circuit Court, in ubote all cattle in the affected works the land oer just us though links to a sugar tree, Alfred Morns' stjW action, the undersigned comimmunize crop of preparing to district. The vaccine will be fur he was The weeds andplant a are des- corner; thence S 03 4 E 71 poies missioner will, ou grass nisfeed' bv the experiment Klulion com. elm Smith and MorMONDAY. DKC. 9. 1912, be 13 links to an free of rhsrire and. when possible, a troyed, while the alfalfa cannot iuto ris' corner; thence S 8 4 E 91 County Court duy, at about 1:30 injured as the roots sink deep niaa will be seat to immunize a herd pole 15 links to stake in G. G. o'clock P. M. Standard time, at only a line: thence his line S lhp T. J. hds 'fredueattv mention tho ground. Alfalfa buis --not nriches the Campbell's 52 poles to a stone Smith court house door in Stanford, Ky.. very profitable crop Splendid-sUcceHbeing of 16 2 W ed the offer for sale ut public outcry to eo.nuUy an well as clover. Those by W? T Givens, new Shelby Jund have had success with it prefer corner, thence X 21 2 W 90 poles the higuent und best bidder, the folwho the beginning, containing 21 City liiFf county, itf "the "cultivation very much to almost any otiier 65 link to2 roods and 10 poles of lowing described real estate in acres of alfalfa. The1 Danville Advocate it Lincoln county, situated on crop. land. had thin mention of his alfalfa op the notth cast comer of Ms:a and The Danville Messenger reports Second tract Beginning at a Danville stteetn: erations: V. tone iti the gate corner to Alford Beginning ou Main street, Iiishop Mr, Wl P. Oiveiis, the well known the following Mock sales: John farmer residing in the Sbelbyville Webb and W. Kyle Hurmon, bought and Smith, thence S 24 E 35 poles 7 corner, thence S 77 W. 88 feet to up the corner on Danville street, thence N City section, bus outclassed all and shipped from Parksville of C. links to a stone, thence to farmers in Central Kentucky rats T. Black, 150 hogs at $6.75, of A. J. branch to70a stone 4corner to aSmith, 15 W 175 feet to Hoeker comer, stone thence N 7 E 95 feet to Hoeker and 2 E poles itur alfalfa, reeeivinir the oast sea Adams, 18 at 6 2 cents; of W. S. thence S "...,. II .holloa N 7" 4 Bishop comer, thence S 13 2 K '..... bob the hub of $1(J0 per acre for his 6 3;4r CeD 8; 1?-a18 poles 3 links to T stone, thence 175 leet to the beginning. tThis Mr. Givens has five total yield. . cents n'lE pigs l ,ink t0 a Htonet proierty was conveyed to Abraham acres which he planted several ears two hogs at 7 cents: of Lewis Tuck- - r 1(. w 17 -, -- . ,a j y, links to a DOes Newton in deed book and Sylve-tago. This full he planted -3 acre's .1 nog, at ot r,iuer v. i. stono in the June; thence N 24 W 00 3H, pages 111 und 410 and deed ' more. The past season he harvested er, fear1 crops from the five acres and May and son, 12 hogs at $0.90; of poles 16 links to a stone in Hubble's book 31. page lHti, Lincoln county W 18 poles 5 couit clerk's of lire. each crop averaged two tons to the Eugene Culton, 4 at ipO.OO; of Alvin line; I hence N 70 walnut, thence K Said pmperty will be sold-- ou a acre or eight tons per acre for the Westerfield. 2 at fO.flO and 1 at 6 links to Wa black 30 ikjIis. 11 links to the credit .it six and twelve mouths, the 2 season. Although hay is plentiful cents; of Mrs. J. M. Kimberlin, an 70 this full, Mr, Givens found no diffi aged cow and cnlf lit $15; of C. M. beginning containing 23 4 acres purchaser lo execute bonds with security beuruig interest at culty in selling his crop at 20 per Tucker. 1 cow at 2 4 cents per of land. Thiid tinct Beginning at a black (i ikt cent per annum lrom date of ton, or $1C0 per acte f.ir the sea- pound. They bought and shipped walnut, Hubble and McCowan cor- sale until paid, having the forty and son. He could have cut the fifth 15 hogs nel, thence their line S 67 2 E 18 effect of a judgment und retaining crop hut felt that four was enoii;h today, of J. H. Bniighmnn, Hubble and for one Year. In order to produce at 6 2 cents; of Ira Riipley, 4 at imles 18 links to a toneMurtiu line; a lieu on said incierlv until the in money Ls paid. Witness mv alfalfa Miccesfully the ground must 7.15: of Wiillace Bupley, 6 ut $6.40, Mc Cow no's corner line N 22 W 4d hand. Nov. 22. 1012. be put in the proner condition. loc- of Miss Jennie Webster, 1 cow at thence Murtiu' corf. E. D. PefuUnnten. ally "in thit country a certain amount 4 cents: of Joe Haines, 1 cow poles 5 links to stone S Martin's W 12 and KmgeiV line 79 M. C. L. C. C. at 25; of Bufus Kcnrn, 2 cows at ner 5 liiiU, to stone Krnger and p.tles Purchaser must execute bonds a 3 2 cents; of Hon T. P. Heed, 2 McCiiwiin fonier. tfienre a new line soon it" Mile is over, or the proiwrtv ?r Aim wiiM steers nt 0 cents; of Elbert Carpen- - S CI W 32 poles to the branch will be immediately put up and fer, 3 cow at 2 2 cents and of Rob road, thence up tie branch S 19 E B. lo a at 'IJJJBMjMlii4aYwwrsMaM. ert Cov, 31 hogs J. 7 cents. J. 18 22 poles 22 links thence stone in the S 73 W 31 road and branch, COMMISSIONER'S SALE. C Johnson Caldwell sold to nawSKMaVsVlamSJBaJi to date tha 1,000 pound cattle at .T5.G0 and 35 poles U links to the beginning, containing 7 acics .1 KMids, 30 poles ot top hogs at 7 cents. Johnson bought lauds. W. C. Pettu- - etc.. plaintilfs Vs community a bunch of in the same Said snle will be made on L. A. Pettiis. etc.. Defendants. No Term choii e porkers from Dr. H. M. Marsh n credit of six months, and the pur- tice of stile. In obedience to a iudguieilt of the execute chaser will be i en. aired court, reudeied at Imiicl with iipprnipd personal seenr-it- v Lincoln ciicuit PUBLIC SALE. for the pinchne rnice, payable its November. 1012 term in above case, tb undersigned Huing decided to leave the coun- to the undersigned Commrssioner, ntyled will on nnd bearing interest at the rate, of ty, I will offer at public sale on MONDAY. DKC. 9, 1912. civ per cent per annum fr.iui day Wednesday, Nov. 27, 1912 ol sale: and n lion will be reserved I.. mint v court 'tLivi at about I'M in M'M tl'o land to secure me puvmem o'clock ut the coutt house door at 10 o'clock sharp, the Beginning at Ky., offer for sale Stanford. I of said bond, and same shall hae public oulciv to the highest and 'SB H I Sewsori.Jaa.SS.ISU following propel ty: 1 miv mill, the force and effect of a judgment. bo-t bidder the tollowing real es mule, fi J ears old, 1 family hoise I Witness mv hand, this Nov. 21 y shouts, 100 lbs tate: colt, 5 fat hogs, E. D. Pefrfllnaten. 2. 2 I'll Mltiran'Bt0ayT-warA iioue and lot in (Sail Qtchimt. s) M.C.L.C.C. BJeJ kate waeea ateadj iierage, coin drill, spring wagon, iU-:- if e MH Jlarstaaa taak4 la le etroae aaa) oo4 Main or Stan fold T1 lit PnrcJln-e- r I log wagon, 00 bushels of execute bonds as Kv situated on by inut liindn of John C.BlJl SweUiatSwejrs.aa4aaitloeer surrey,potatoes, lot of onions, 2 heat soon as sale is over, or the property street, hounded Irish A. Davis. Lvuc and Stall-foInn- - ctnvoa. conk stoe. 3 kitchen will be immediately put ii nnd re- - Itiddle. ucte, stieets. containing safes, sewing machine, 2 waidrobes, soul rtiiilH ill less. biiieaus. I extension table, 3 bedSuid sale tu be made on credit of ) ircliaer t. execute ukuiitlis. si steads, with springs, 1 washing nut.' luniil with tiDiuovi'd scciritv bciu in" Ml', saese at eooslanl use, earned m chine, 50 barrels coin, lot of chicks X m ttZasjMseelosas. stead rhe abuse S. tl per cent interest from date of s.ile 19 rMeTanV wane K alt In so' ens and geee, all kinds of farming, I until paid, having force and eilect OsssillhSJIH T-- T 'i"" implements and many other things eaa BJ,kaaaMSMUulature4e4olthe ot judgment, with lieu ictaiiied on I9 MJ(4BMCSMlrWiathewerldlor too numerous to mention. Terms propel tv. olil until imvuieiit of sa.d JLS3 M13Ei?raaaeian4 Uds. and thsn given on duy of sale. RHBMMSflVjBMMMKt bond This Nov. 22. 1912. , Mil jasAstlaiKewrily right? &AMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMkt Crab Oi chard, It. 1. GUS Crew, E. D. Pennlnaton. ii -IwayareHsay aVsaasrs and held . Mr Prescription. Cincinnati Cincinnati, Xov. !'5!) head! steers y4:75(5i7.75; of class school in c-cciits Virginia. Miss Ma vine Singleton. '15 vvns absent last M. unlay. Mr. Spalding Hill 'II was sick some SLOANS LINIMENT pains, asthma, hay (ever, croup, sore throat and sprains. SOc, aad 9UOO. At all deader. Price, Wean's Book on lloisea, Cattle, Hogs and Poultry teat free. Address is the best remedy for neuralgia, sciatica, lumbago, cheat last week. et til reu-dei- deep-roote- 1-- 3-- 3-- 1-- 1-- Hus-tonvil- 1-- 1-- vl.-- :l-- iW"5?; er 1- -2 1-- 3-- 3-- 1-- (sir-chu- se 1- -2 i)4-3- 1- -2 -- 1- -2 d. JaHHHHPPMrWaV 1-- IfEIPeiice Stanford, Ky. mm J er The Literary Society held its reDr. EARL S. SLOAN, BOSTON, MAS. gular meeting Friday afternoon. After the meeting was called to order by the president the secetary Tend the minutes oC the la- -t society. Hen ry Davis read a very interesting' that piece. The debate lfescdved Washington deserves more honor than Columbus, vvns very interesting j Hie affirmative debaters were .Muttu Arnold, and .lames Tribble and the negatives Karl Itussell and Kittie Jones. The Judges, Mary M Kaney, Piescott Drown, and Mr. Kemer, As W. EDwUerar, decided in invor of the negatives. Harvey Wilkinson rend a few current events. Yercie Hester read a 1 good piece und Elizabeth Stagg had a good journal. Mr. Kemper pave a M., 1:30 very instructive talk. This was the t Beginning residence Rowland. Lincoln County, Ky., time to elect new officers so Jesse President, Hoeker was sell 8 brood mares, foal to jackJ, Wesley Smith Vice President and 2 old; 3 1 Lucile Dudderar Secretary. cows, 2 colts; 3 calves, 3-- 2 in The many friends of Miss Josenrare, 5 in old, phine Carpenter, '14 hope she will be ) pide Bourbon Chief, oolt Rex well enough to come back to school I bred to Choice; also room. She has been abent several . of baled rols of corn in crib, days. 1 8et f single of double Miss Mary M. Kaney and Miss j of stock Oertrude Wilkinson both of class '15 V & 10 were each absent one day last week. The Phnrean Club held its regu9 on of sale. Terms lar meeting Friday afternoon. The 1 minutes were not rend owing to the absence of our secretuiy. Miss Josephine Carpenter. The subject of the debate was: "Kesolved that Peace iis Impracticable." were Misses The affirmatives Mueller and McKinney, Robert Caller nnd Spalding Hill. The negatives were Misses Craig and Milbtirn, Tho-.- . (.oleinan and William (Irimes. MOW ON IALC Kev. Ilruce was (he judge and he deP TO A1X WINTER KE8QRT8 cided in favor of the negatives. He complimented our club very much FARES TO SPECIAL ROUND-TRI- P und snid the debates were unusually good, points were and strong CubwQ biought ut ou both sides. A few of Kohert Carter's friends PriviksiM. Lm. aUfcmLhuk. stormed him Inst Friday night, and Three througli daily trains to Florida, via Queen &Cresceat enjoved the occasion very much. .Route. Double daily through service to New Orleans. ElecThey are very hospitable at their trically lighted equipment, including Pullman Drawing.Room Delightful refreshcountry home. 'Sleeping Cars, Dining Cars, and Day Coaches. served dining the evening ments were and the party broke up at a lute For details call on any Ticket Agent,. Queen ft Crescent Route, or apply to who went were: lion. Those pre-eH.C. K1NQ, Pasaenfer A Ticket AssaaaV 11 E. Main St.. Lexington, Ky. Mis, Kffie Daiighuian. and Mr. Will Crimes, Miss Mary E. McKinney and Mr. Joe Hill, Miss Mary S. Cooak and Mr Hnrty Carter, Miss Mary M. Raney and Mr. Thomas Coleman, and Miss Florence f arter. Sale of Personalty. htakr tf IwiUtt Mbnday, November 25, 1912, at about P at his liite in publicly, in years ; weanling mule eldin, Jersey Jersey terest years well bred by at bv Peavrnr Kentucky alxut 90iberi a lot timothy; 1 set and buy, harness; shares in State Bank TrustCo.,&e.,&c. day announced J. P. DUDBBRafcR, Exo'r. WirrterTotJfrst Tickets Florida, New Orleans, Panama FtJIStoytvr nt STOP THAT ACHE Auv in he or pain in any pari of the body can be iclieved with ShippV tJuick 1,'clicf Liniment. 1100 icvvard if it fails and the punbiie puce is n, it refunded. Try it nnd see. 50o at all druggists. 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Pestefs-eHunt- lna M MMML aVwsMBNJeaklf a. 1BITBCW I r?AAaaneBaV 1 VRtCHMOH0,KY A weoajyy .BjjjgjaBBMBMMMMBaamw. School f er Teacher fwurMlltftStM U Mum C.'i UbtwljiHulUll tlnnur Uib..i-- TraM; OiSiMla VkUS le all PkUI ' SMckt, OpMUl ilBfMA.Aaa Bcle Sp. MlftlrM. MlWriM., l.l-- 4. u.1114ll I Taltlta TMIlMMWUr SelMlM wawlHakflBalSaaBBaVsaB7ffw3n' RVlafVMMamlsvnMMialMaes fr"' -'' '- JMJMMMMMJIHMJHMMJHJHJHJHMMMSS bWk1--L . v- raw-- "- - CRtHI, FreeUentji BOURBON REMEDY CO., Lexlneton, Ky. Hnclosed Hod photo ot hog- - that was cured of cholera with your Bourbon lloer Cholera Rem esy. This bog was alrnont dead before uslog the medicine, sod then was entirely cured, loss ol ears, tall, etc. The hoc Is owned by Mr. Skuas Ewlnir. ol Uowlinf Green. Ky. He vflU be lad to give you a testimonial, and we can get several more It you wont Ibem. JENKIN8-SUBLETDRUO CO.. Bowlln Green. Ky. Aak Your Drufjlst let H. Shuears 4 Taiwer. or fishing upon our premises: W. P. Semonis. Win. J. Heck, Fred VonQruenigan, Q. Haumanii, Chas T. WlllBon, Ed Oooch. Lutes & Myers C. M. Allen. Ed Ballard. J. II. Cur-te- r, John M. Carter, Snm Castello, Mrs. Mollie White. J. H. Myers. E. II. Hatfield, L. P. Nuiinelley. 1 email DUtili, Fred' Ileyer. Will Cordier, J. II. Oimenisch. Mttie II. Hewe?, Frank Cordier, We, whose names are signed below, positively fcjrbil anv hunting Ferbldden. Suin dxifw c nBwSwHawVf H. B. Northcott PHONE 153 Stanford, Ky. MR. SfuLe vour home ns modem for vout fumilv uh n nii-- n'riiJence. nnd tilace voureclf iu a ixwl lion to net the latest market ciuota-tioiat anv time. This ciiii be uccomnltslied iv means of our teleohont sprvice which vou una vour neitrhhora cBn tret for a sum that is small comrured with the benefit received. Call r address our nearest office or write direct to head uuurters. Nushville. Teiin.. for information rearMM ClUr HuUPial "Furuiem I.ill" mln. ant If vnu ent eniovinir telaoLone service, we can immediately interest ve Our Itaea cover the State 'of Kentucky. Tennessee MimUsIww. L.tuialaaa and tha Southern portion of I ndiaua and Illinois." CWNMrMM TU. Cl. RURAL TBLBrHONBS. FAUMEft: W k in uu T.' -- t - ; - -- ,v- J -. j,5nri . fj