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Interior journal (Stanford, Ky. : 1912): November 29, 1912 Interior journal (Stanford, Ky. : 1912) 300dpi TIFF G4 page images Shelton M. Saufley Stanford, KY 1912 int1912112901_sn85052023 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Interior journal (Stanford, Ky. : 1912): November 29, 1912 Interior journal (Stanford, Ky. : 1912) Shelton M. Saufley Stanford, KY 1912 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. .ff utr1 W?'tj t lo IW- - 1 MhfsffMf VVVffiry W6 fWC Lrii W C3D f D NO. M FOUNDED 1800. YEAU. The Interior Journal STANFORD, LINCOLN COUNTY, KENTUCKY. General J'KIDAY, NOVEMDKIl I 0 WW StM Wm Yaw Watch Date ami Renew Promptly Expires i 'JO, 191'J TUESDAYS AND FRIDAYS w, fW. Y . is 3 New Train Great Convenience PRISONERS ESCAPE FROM The Q. & C. put on its new train Sidney Allen was given in jean. Required by County Clerk as Sup- When She Sought to Keep Casey JAIL WEDNESDAY NIGHT It passes Junction Otv I Sunday. for the murder of Judge Mmsey ut Ply Runs Out. County Man Out of Trouble. vie and Garrard Mav Re The CoHillsville, Vn. jioing north at tibotit 7:110 A. M. and But One Gets CoJd and Returns t9 ntendersAll Candidates Are 1'ifty peopln wore killed in 11 panic The number of hunters nppling thn same point going south ut nbout Midillcbiiri;. Casey County, Nov. Durance Vile Miss Sailie Far- -. Stromi For Seckham. 1 1' .M. this Inst train mnkmcr a movim piottiM b tvv at Itilboa. 101 ln.11.se bus ion. 'J8. J. L. I). Cohort, ii well known in so far exceeded tho mcr a Game Young Lady Spam. Incctioii with tho 52:10 I,. & N. miss Cnl Clifton etiioetnlions of Cum... ru.t, r Tim nnuoiineotniiit of farmer near hele, shot ami killed his I'our unknown negiocs shot De- or Hint he has been Itj.les Anderson, of Dolc, us a Wednesday night about I) o'clock compelled to1 "K '"'ro for ''"'"sIIp and nfford- wife at their homo on Wednesday puty Sheriff (leorge M. Hart to write to the state authorities for 11 intr tmsseiigers for Somiisct and Herman Cnmp, of Chnttnnooga, who for the democratic noniinn-liinijlht, mill has been arrested and death at Winchester Sniulitv. other points south excellent service. seriing n jail scntenco and Thos. for slate senutor m this disTwo negroes', believed to have kill- fcctond nml thud supply of blanks, taken In jail nt Libel ty eharj-ewith Buikoti, 11 Wnnesburg ln.1 charg- trict, coinMf.cil of Lincoln. Uolc, ed Dcputx Sheriff. Hmt at Winches- lie issued up to Monday night .'10(1 wilful murder, BRIDAL COUPLE lie claims that it tu Willi selling wluskyj made their Ousev ami (Jnrrard counties, scents in West Virginia. licenses, just 100 being added to thu was an accident, but u.vo witnesses ter, weie 11 ape from the jail here by prizing like? to iri'ciMtato n pretty fiulit a 1ml as published a week ago. Caleb Powers wa married to Mr. and Mrs. R. T. Bruce Being De- out it bar from 0110 of the window to the tragedy decline that he shot In addition to thoc whosu names lor the honor of, Idling the scut held Miss Aiiiiii D Kaufman, of Ncvvpoit on the upper tier of cells mid then lightfully Entertained havo already bicit published the her deliberate!, alter she had inter- on Weiliios.lnj. lor the past eight years liv Senutor jumping from the roof of tho jail have scouted huntoi's credenlluhhle, of IjiicoIii county. It. L. fered iu ii ijuairel he was having Samuel Cruleher. of near Krnnk- - tials: Sid Collier, Virgil Mr. and Mrs. Robert T. Uiticc. office to the ground. Oaks. II. Senator llnblilu bus announced that With mint- - lliri) Vtlu, nine plesulll. It finl, accidenlallv killed himself K. Camnit, Jr.. S. II. Camnitz, Oi- the newly wedded If was bitter cold nnd Camp, belie will not bo a caudidnto, as hu is pair, me being To Pen and Reform School lier Logan, Newton Jones, J. A. showered with ninny delightful at- ing nnlanulmr with tho surroundis chinned that Mrs. (Jdicrt sought while hunting riibb.ts. not uu advocate, of the 'Hurd-tcrEbb Coulev, policy recently ehftmiioncd Doputi Shcnff W. S. Einbry left to prevent her a popular (larnird Hca7l, J. L. Smith. Wull Single- tentions by their imiiij friends. 'I hey ings wandered down to Itowlmul and from having r, by Col. llooseiclt. eail .Monday morning lor Frnnk-lo- it troiihlu with thu bus been upio.ted guard ton, Will Oivcns. W. D. Petrcs. Hen-1- 1 w.ie the guests of honoi ut an nt- - then back to Stanford and nt 4 o'uieii, as he is al- dcmociat, Jones, Win. Mohlev, Silas Anderho hnd inany Haltering otfers clock Thursday morning being nearami Lexington tu di liver at the 1'innkfort pen. son. P. II. Connnev, E. D. Ends, ti.tclive ncoptioii given ut the home ly frozen, returned who nr oiitonecd nt the re leged to have been drinking, nml Hint of support, lu the oveiit ho wished lu the jail nnd (Jov. Dix ,of New York, pardoned Chiron, Wilhums, J. U. I'i,t.Ioiii, ol Mr. and Mis. John S. Ilaughmun. lo run nguitt. tent term of the Lincoln circuit mint he bedime initatul at her, and turn-lu- s A. T. Patrick, the lawjer convicted asked Jailer 'armor to let him in i.iios vvnggoncr, J. 11. Carter. Riis on Wednesday evcn.iur which crv- In the usual plan of rotation of Allen Walker, who cot one icur in Jim Tall, a colored prisoner, gale jiislol uu Ikt shooting her of mutilenng . M. Rite, uu aged sell IJatigh, Timothy Oooch, Lee Ma- - '"d to introduce the bride to n largo on the charge ot ..unities which has prevailed in tins the penitential gill, vv. L. Stone. W. J. Hivant. J. I. ! noiiioer 01 irtemis in .ner new .Home. the 'tlarm to Jailer Farmer nfter the !... distrut. it has lucit llovlu's turn to perjury, witw taken to l'rauktort to through the In art. She dud ulniostI nnlliomnie veins ago. insliiullv Mrs. (Jebert was just 'J L. Pruitt. T. 1). Williams. follow Lincoln with the xcnutorship, s.tvo his term while Leslie The house was beautifully decor men had made a clean getnway. 'I he four "gunmen" convicted of Unniit. J. I ncle Dink filed several shots in jiud Cusc-- to follow- - Itole. Inasmuch u West End outli, went to the cars of age. Itefoie hei iiiaiimge the minder of Herman Reoiithul, J. i:. Ma'lure, W. B. Mir. Isoitc nt.d in jellow iin.I white elujsuiithe-inum- s the air to alarm the neighborhood a Senator Jllibhle Imikc all proec-dcnl- s Itefoim S.hool u Lexington to stay he was Miss Jessie Evans. The the giiiabler, weie sentenced to die Owslcv, llimles Alcorn, Chns, Hravv-no- r, and lighted with xcllow and Tom 1'outt, Crbiin Singlttou, thinking some one might see the i ouple had uu cluldieii. and served two terms in thu until he is -- 1 eais ol ago. the week of January (!. On enteiing the 1'vciett Chiunch, G.tn.es Daugh, Geo white candles. democrats are wit conwctrd of Incaking into Aussenate, (Jarrurd guests were ieceive.1 by Mr. and fugitives. The iMipubtr xole for President, Ouslnv. I'riin.l !.. If I M..I. .lmining that Doilc has furfcitid her tin's null ne.ir Mt. Salem, and being Miss Snlbe Farmer, one of h FELL OFF WATER WAGON November ii, shows that Wilson toll- - ley. J. 11. Woner. A. Ii! Phfllips, J,)'"' s- - Unugliimtii mid Mr. mid too luting tu be sent to thu ptiutcn-tuiri tulit to thn term following Lincoln daughters, brnvdy grnbbed up a ,rs- - Robert T. Drtice, who e.l (i,ir.fi,7-IH- ; a,H28,140 Murn-o- n Roosevelt 1'ields, L. Ii. Hilton. Wtl iu jind thut inasmuch as Cu-e- v was remanded to thu school. Col. Sam T. Harris Badly Injures un.l Tuft. 'I,:i7(i, I'JJ. mot hn.Is, I milk Adams. W. A. Cur the pailor under a cluster of xellow shotgun nnd ran to the lenr of the leaders say they will like'-ItaiA Lrg and Will Be Laid IK school teacher of Nebraska soli, Jr., Prcscott Urovvii, John Helm hearts. Punch was scried iu the li- jail to head off any others who No Use to Run If he Wasn't no .undulate, it is claimed thai pimped f 0111 the second story of a I'thclbert Samp-o0. C. Dunn, Eu- brary by Mises Sue Tit lor and might attempt to get away. (larrard s turn next ear Lendit is Col. (Icorge I'. Anderson, who has Jailer Fnrmer soon found that Chicago skyscraper while Inhaling gene Dunn, C. C. Dunn. Uonv Sum--01Col. Sam T. Harris, one of Lining (larrard democrats said Monday Nannie Woods Engelman, the color u candidate lor representaV. Thurnmii. Geo. Hail, II. Reid. I Iml Itojlo had lost her chauco when Hint "wlitle coln (ountvs best known fanners under tin-- delusion being carried out iu this. Burleson wns the only 0110 missing county m thn lower tive Carlisle Lee, Waltei Carter, Wm. The nnd thc officer is now engaged In a were after her. riaittd Senator Ilubhlo to houseofof Bo.ile legislature, mihjcct to and bankers, fell off the watei wa- sliin-stea tabic was charmingly the Sam Juno two tenns instead of the usual the The Phoenix Hotel at Lexington, D.ve, Roland VoiiGritenigan, in ellow and white, chry- hunt for him. Camp denied that he action of tlit. Deiaociatlc p.ntl. gon Thanksgiving da, and sevei.-l.Fisher, I. T. Moser. Robert .single term, and that with Casey cut the bar, but admits that ho made the primuri next August, is for fpliilti.-.- l the knee and ankle of Ins was fin. .1 - and costs in one case '1. O. Coiinci, A. Robinson, White, santhemums bung the flowers S. M. no eaudidate, Garrard is next in lion J. ('. W. lieckluim for i'nited left leg. Now Col. Hum, is Hot all for having .jmiil .1. its possession out Owens, A. R. Evans, John Batos ErThe centerpiece was silver his escape first and does not know line and will Imvo ,.,.,, u candidate. in ,.. i...... I iMwrp t, Jlie.e are .ill eases in st Durham, E. J. Bravvner, Arch eamlulabtiitu holding xellow and v.hidt way Burleson went. nciiutor, inuvuicti nun ills' a uoviie in tiding upon one kind of ot season. .. ii.. I gentleman offers fin the "water vvhgou," but be wasn't used against it. An appeal will he taken Smith; W. II. Fields, M. H. Burleson was given 11 sentence ot Z ..... ......l.i ii....' i.i.. H'Wi-hc- d Luce. while candles. Delightful briek -" "" '. i'Ooii, like piaetic.il- - to ruling upon this one, heme the to the higher touit. ". ('. lluis Foster. E. Young. Russell cnam and cakes in ellovv and white 150 das at the Tecent tenn of circhinning that as a mutter l.v all and nro V democrats An ominous war cloud with Atis- - '1 hompsoii, C. ( . MeKuinuv. E. of fairness, it is 1 Voile's time to ts. in the the opinion of Hovle coun- disaster. weie served, the chr.Vsanthenmm cuit court on the charge of selling of that Ituvlu Tom Wilder. Hugh Baker. liiriu-d- i the senator, u (larrard man The farm hands being away for tiiu, Russia and (.leimnuv involved nuuts were served on the On whisky and Camp was ftped .$50 for of past expcii-ejies- -. fiiillitx, ill the t Sviope. Win. Mntltenx, Ev Reycatting 11 btakemnn on the Q. & C. Senator (leorgo T. I'urriw having -- h'juld stand -- ohdlv lor the the hol.d.i.v. lie was asistiuir h.s ne- now hovers ner Europe as a result nolds. J. T. Ernies, R. H. Bohoii, G. each ake weie tbe initials T B, rejireceilcd Seiiutor Hubble lit Frank-for- t. NeNoii i phew. Robert T. Woods haul suiue uf jealousies engendered over minders of the Tiiiley-Drue- e Danville Advooiiiit iiiiiii. nuptials road and is la.iing the fine out in of tcrritones WTcstcd from the C Rifle, Chas. Ilotker. Aich'Tini-lor- . ot walei in then lank wngon lor some few dn.is ago. Tho evening .mil, Burleson's father is postmasChits, Fisher, Geo. Dillinger. fight is believed to cate Till, bv the Itnlkan allies. A prttty little s5.ii k. In some way the tank be- was a most pleasant one to all and ter at W.tnesbtirg nnd has giien his he certain its u lestilt of this mix-u- p P.enlent-elec- t Wilson Mrr.. Wil- John Pa lie, Granville l'rice, Einil Bridal Pair owe il.so.li:e.I. and toppled over, Meier. Walter Warfield. J.imes will linger fondly iu the memories of parents a gteut deal of trouble. His with eumlidiitrn in the field from son and told 111 rung (u. I Inn is with it. His guests at their two daughters were Bright. Ilcnrr Robinson, Geo. Brced-lov- those whose good fottitne it was to lather boy Jailer Dink Farmer that Lewis Peirv. a native of Klholt .both (lurraid and ltovle and aNu dinner of Sir Oeorge M. came home be would cer- J. II. Bdiimnu, Robert Pet lev, halo been present. Sevei.il bundled if the the possibility ttl the fmht becom- eouulX, but for the t.i- -t several lelt limb became beneath the Itullui-(i.ivernor of Ilormda at Ininly send him back to jail. A d with a candidate monthf a lesideul uf Lificulu. and tank, and was bent under hint at it villi. Ii toasts ere giielt to King Milton Onks, Ben Lewis. ing guests called dining the evening. bus Itoop (waived here Synopsis of Game Laws. fioui LiiKoiii. I lider lite niil scheme ...l-- s N'iiIiiiii- - It. In If. uf (he Wnlibie voi.v unnatural and painful angle. It lining.-- , I'losi.tent 'tatt an.) tho PresideOn Thanksgiving evening. Miss wariant 4if thn Mitiatorml appoitioumeiit, the eitiim. weie united in marnai;e at w w thought at fust that it was nt-elect. Camp 'I he season is now open lor most Sue Englcman entertained from Chattanooga charging Tulor democrats ut the cnuutv whose turn the (ourt hiiiise Nilimlav atleinooii biokeu at the knee. - in with felon, of I. S. Senator, Nador Raiuer, v.f tram.- wellthe State of Kentucky, bat mi. un.l .ills, iiriiee nt llianksgtvtng it, else he but ho was ignoranthave h II... Hex. .1. T. Chasleeli. Th it was to turiiish the Senator would probably lor hunters to lemember dinner at (i o'clock, nt her nttra.t.ve The injury is vei.v painful ami the Marvlau.l, dud ut Washington after it is the democrats ut that one In id,, ami uroom an- - each but that an 'open season' does not mean bulled the cold mid huie gotten 4'oitut) to make their fclcctiou, nod vear of ate. While Clerk Conner tin mini has swelled coiisi.leiably, a Ieiigthv illness. The governor of that ho may go over tho b miids of old home in the country, off the itwity ttlso. The table was iheir i hiiice was uenerallv tippruviO has Miiae times issmd license tor the f.aiing being f It that some liga- Mainland will appoint a lepublieaii leason 111 sl.iughteiing guiiie. and Knob Lick pike. by the membern uf the purtv tliioiiu'h- - man nice ol L'irls not over li this ments mils) have been torn loose, lie to su.eee.l III in. and make the light me sevei.n little matters on beautifully diesse.l iu bridal colors COL. C. R. ANDERSON I mler the is the tils) time he has ever issued will In coulined to h.s couch for between the democriitM un.l lepub-l.em- .s iiictc tho statu authorities lay par-- "' I,,,u'1' ''"ds being exquisite hand ut the entile district. which j ut the I. S. Senilis nil the liculur tin in to so Minthfiil a Rroom new direct primaiv law, everv dem.pule u while, ami has the svmimthy A caiclul tevievv of ipninte.l Cupids peichcd on wedding stiess. Announces His Candidacy for State closer. Ravner vviis one of the ab- the loll.ivving ocrat in the distritt will have a vole ut a host of tneu.ls, n cl.tuor.ite seven eome svuopsts will be a good rings. s. lest men 111 the Upper house of Senator Good Man uu the nominee tor senator next Au- Perrvllle Woman Burns to Death lnm-ilimove for the hunter who is not supper vms faultleely soiled. Cogust In this wa, many inediel that with the ipiips mid iptnks ot vets weie laid 'for Miss Sue Tailor Mrs. Martha Davuipurt e of BOUGHT WHISKY FOR A VISITOR Col. Clifton K. Anderson, of Bo.ile the old lib-- uf turn nhoiii will mhiii the game legal.itions. ' I'tli'Imntin llr ...i.l Tf 17..1....I H1 ill.-- , was HOME MISSION WEEK comity, w us. here Monday and left become a ilium ut the p.ist and it J1"' "T1 V,"l"' "J Fvetv hunter in Kentucky, must j,., But Guest Cannot Recall Who Sold Mil be llrttn Mik. John S. Bauglt- - his announcement with this paper matter ut the t man burned to death ut her h.tme. wheie n.tve a state litiuter.s liceusu: e.x It To Him vviiiiinii: over the tour. counties oij'"1"' '""- - "cil alone lor nail a icn-atIs Being Observed By Services in opt those who hunt 011 their own mnn. Mr. and Mis. James Harris, for the deuioeiatic nomination for h- -. j! district. Davciiiuiit uni.v livid a laud or lc.tse.1 land or a.loining Mr. and Mrs. Sheltnn M. Hnnflcv. State Senator, irom this district, Local Churches This Week Tile- -. In v imiinui!; a 'If.- - ...i.i M. I' 11....s I'... I.... f'.l comnosod n.i.l ..1. v.. ti.i, Talk wiiK heald at Laucast,r Moil-- J tew Imurs. of the counties of LinShe was eight,-tiv- e land. niri, ,ii. ueutlemon appeared un the streets dni that lion. James I. Hamilton ofiveais old, vviin bom and buy .n- stH game S. T Hatiis, Jfrs. Susan Yeager, coln, Bo.ile. Oimui.l and Casey. Col. "Von c.iunot in ut uu. cttv un.l mode Homo Mission week is being ob-imp.irv uf 11 (larrard. may enter the nue. Cnse j ivle. Mu. was (he widow uf Janus Mr. Robert T. Woods, .Miss Susan Anderson is one of the most promiSt.nifoi.l fiom elates which ptolulut same. liumbei uf people its to whole he seive.l 111 union serines nent business men ot Danville, being , democrat mi that thev will have hi... .. , "You mav kill squirrels Itom Juno Fisher Woods, Mr. Waller MeKin-I'e' " '. ; , . .mill timl a liltle whiskv ' ', ." The piogiam l"i to lie ap- (liurchcs this wees. a member ot the Jatge milling firm I no can.l.date and it is not Februmv I. Miss Nannie Woods Englommi, ut Anderson "'V'- - ,,u,v Lie that Li.uola w.ll ';- iM pealed u a number uf whom told liiriiislied h. the imssionaiy .Icpatt- Spillmmi, and is the honor' ,"1" Sundifcr and him thev mnld not u'ic hint tin- .lc-- i liioii( ot the Fe.loial Council of 15 "Von mav kill wild duck f.out Aug Miss Lovis.i I Lit lis. !""' ',-' identified with other business interJignui this tune. to Apiil 1. ' 'iifu. matin. (',MrS'- - Niiiidifei, of Danville. lint fim.lH lu 1 hurdles is being .11 mod out. It is ests of his eitv. His irieii.lt claim One sinking teature ut the laco j "Von 111.1v kill wild goose fiom . was directed to one Samuel (luost, a compreholisive " New Bible has No Hell. I... wlf.l.t bi.tlitl.. .11 tli. .I.lr.i.l . that it is Bovle's. time to mime the lev lew ut the dit- - Au.'iist 15 to April 1. ut tolor. who he was iiifninin eould Crab Orchard the eagerness with nhlih eainlidiiten No Adam. No Eve. Senator and thut he will have no fcietit phusis of mission wotk 111 "Von may kill wood, ock fiom .June M'etire the lupior. He found (Jurat m position for the honor. Tlut their lilleuiauce In (lov he Jirc Well, New- - Yoik, Nov. LIS. it does seem nil injustice our own (ount.y mid u study ut our --'0 I o Fein tin r 1. Theie litis lleckbaui lor I . S in thu both to out thriving little eitv its and sent him tu get the coveted ptublems "Vim mai kill (inail, etc, fiom already been lively demand tor will make a most eupable and effiis being made throughout unit. It happened that Police Jii.lne hit It will be t til at the well lis to the irt'iuuirv noted and much lead the Bible with no "hell'' 111 it, Dr. C. cient leproseiitntive there is 110 doubt Tho m-- i vices me in Noii'inber 15 to Jamiaiv 1. nation. ai'ie lime. Tin v ale aid (u realize Inteiiui- - Juuriml. that a letter can Mtnefce knew of the scotch the man lh You mav kill doves fiom August Kwgslov Row loud, secretin y uf the and if he is cut luted with the comwas 1a.1l.11i'.' ami informed Chief of barge ol tho local pastors who take .411111 11 is ii. 1,. mission his man friends bclieio .aniiiiiale lor.,,,, ,,. ,...,,., ,i nmr ..... ... , 4ltL to Februaiv 1. Amen, uu Baptist Publiention ' iiMiv. hi I'lilue C.nlet ut the nt fan. Carter then tutus ut. the p.og.mu ex. opt in bom.., in the democral.c pailv Hik',,,,,,, Unit the district will halo hnuoted , ,,l(.,a.d. "The sale of wild tuikoi is To, the "Ktiur shadowed (iiie-.s.i id today. An impiove.1 Bit ami 011 sceim; hull cases of elltui.e.l ubseiice. e.ir to tnke .. stand lor the ic.le.np- ,,.,,-- . , lxri J Quail or p.irtrulgo nu.s not ble tot Baptists has just been issued itself its well ns luni. . tin ft .1111 M.icksvtlle, plaie.l him which A the!,, Jinn of the iioiiuuiiliou The f.i. l.i.ess mid itb.eitie uf Rev. bo taken bv net, same, trap or box bv the so. iit v. '" ,',?,. under at test and a Match uf his J. It. Junes of the Baptist duti.lt partx gave lleckh.im tor 'T," "I" , m' ELECTRIC PLANTS is at am time. Nut only does the wind "hell" "" Vth clothiui.' revealed the whiskv. He iho 1. .use ut ei, gtneial and Miand Hlu.lt was not tullilled, ll( ' V" '""V"-1:- ' ttW'A "No person or coiup.iui shall ship not appear in tho now Bible, but ' was taken holme '. ... the legislatuie. .Indue Mciiefee. Ih.uugh irea.hen 'i""' """V "V wild tuikey, phe.is.111t. poitinlgo. Adam and l.vo havo been deprived In Central Kentucky Being Bouqht .l ,,,, ,"uk1,", " Iul refi.si.l tu tell who he bought it lieu- legal but h.s plan- was They aiKiui Unit it the pailv doeJ J",""u,"ll,1'"1- '- Ul' Uo bv Chicago Syndicate htwfitlli kill . f their names as patents of tbe ",'1'1'"""!-- ' mi Monday night l. Rev. II. F. quail or grouse, tintmcnv riom mix iii'' he did not know, the not icun.e and ledeem the no.n.. "T '. nue ami me called .merely "the Sin Its, uf the lliistuiiville Baptist ed and in possession ol a hunter. the we ot tnugiossion. p. i sonV name ami apponutlv could i,""lUl in nation aivui lleckham thin, theio The follow'ing news ileitis taken "Rubb.ts nml Miumels must not man" and "the woman." Jonah's ihin-ch- , un.l Rev. O. P. Rush, it the o the nnii ','"' Cm mil ll.tilcv and her niet- - Jive no no obliuatiou for the lei ouuitiuii ut I tioin the Winchester Democrat will bo killed between Siptember 15 mi.l whale becomes a "gie.lt lish" to bo of intctcst to the people of this the tint that he was white and I. aliened Baptist dun eh. 1. expect November 15, but labb.ts can be iioniinnliuiis that might be won l j t little il.iughtet Ophelia, have le with modern knowledge its .(iiudiilates next ear uiid that tluirj tinned alter m extended vi-- it tu St lived, he soul either at Junction Citv hi to take His pliuc tomgiii ((I 11 taken with dogs at anv time. that to the Manliness, uf whales' throats. community, as it is repotted lookiiud other ntii-s- . or I'mksville. Judge Menefee sent dav.) On Suudai night Rev. J. E. iiomiiiatious, it won 1.1 negotiations ate under wa, "Hell" is leplaccd by the less tet-- 1 ing to ,, leiiiain until his Patk, of the (luost to .ii next Aiik'ii-- I. lamht become as tmptv Mrs. James I'. Iluldam 1. ml .Mr- -. the purchase ot thu Stanford Road Engineer Must be Named l.iiwieni ebntg Presbi-- t it ling vv .ml "underworld." 1.11.I vvorthlesn as thut hu won. becomes Mimevvhi.t lef.esli. And Pine, ut Stanli.nl, were eiiteitained 111eu1.it plant aUo: A Chicago corporation In it le.eul decision of the ( unit inn church verv ably tilled the Obsolete F.lmibethnn giummuticul lamlidates or cotintv oltices uvi-- r at the lliiiuam:li home a lew ilas e.l. The man who sent tor the place ut Rev. P. L. Bin. whu was of Appeals 111 a ease that went up fot nis have been brought up to date, has ptacticallv gained couttol of the - light 1, fioni the mnunta.i.s and is the stale next ear 111c said to bit since. Ceil-ttt- ll and ice plants Au.leison county the court lu the Lout's pi 111 or "Our Futlier .lectin-Kentucky, including ol mil ut town. fun looking jit the situation 111 thu same those of Chaim.ug .Miss Annie lliunaiili is said lu havep.ut one to" lenresenle.l The mu'tiligs held have b.eit well hold that the count Judge and which"' .becomes "Out Father Who." Winchester, Lexington mid Mt. Sterh.s dislnel the Keuluckv Imht. Jl IlecklunuV nomination was nt home now. She mid Mrs. Katie nttemle.l and llic.o is deep mtcicsl in.iuititito must becomes u Rood E.-- . "tiosspnsses" "debts." ling, and will merge them into one no Ulcus mtuhl also he at Smtt visited Mrs. Ilol.lau. at Slan- . ttt HILTON-HANon the part ol those who utlou.1. Igniter, "iKiB i'... nor into timptittiou" NAH bv uiuiitiht traitoiious demociatn is lug coiiiointion, securing current The .....el. 1 last week. They feel thut ,t' up to the... iiu.lt''' Ihei will .uu. hide with all aililics In this use the County Judge made "hung lis not into temptation" 1 mu a hidio-cleftu- c plant, which '.."""" " s ,,",,!1 S"""""' uiid the n.ljiti itti.ni becomes "Thy will bo installed at the month of Dix Jlu- - imilv lis a whole to see that Iiih1,'xI,"':""1 '"' Lincoln County Girl Weds a Man bv Rev. 1). M. Walker al the Mitho-ilis- ) made the appointment without b"-- . (. ' ' i' gaining illation is muile ms.il. even nt P linn h Mimliii uil.t. From Arizona the apptoval ol the Magi- - will be done, us in Heaven, its 011 liv'er. entth." In tte So. nml Ctsumand-ineJills Lite dutc, and lor this ixiimiii. Mich an estimable couple for citi A Inter report, however, was to li.itcs un.l tho appointee tuuleitoook zens "gutien image" is changed to the elfeit that an eastern eurpout-lio- n .11 ureal muuv democratx ''-- . the would as Mi. and Mis. llohlam. It The wedding ..r Miss Ktlul llillou Prominent Man Dies at Somerset to net, but the court said in pail: ".in 1 oil iniagu" ami be haul lo Hint a mote belov-i- d eioi.vwheio sin It hod securtd state vvl.o have uevtr been lor Keek-l.athe Wimheslcr to Mi. Fie.letiek Wilbain Hannah, of Somerset, K Nov. Jll. - II. (1. "Cn.ler seilion IS" .if the Statutes oxpiessiotts as "lov. th" nml "lea.l-- . plant nml tho .1 le at Mt. Sterling pair. Mrs. Ilublam is be I ore me wiukim: eutluisiasti-(all- v Nnunle. An., was solemnued al her Tumble, 70, died missid in her a. ciis, unci place us home 011 this inclining nt his it 1. iiinde imperative uu the ('utility th" beisitae "love" and "lead" nml would begitr the eioiliou of a for his nomination next Am:-riis- t. DaiiMlle pike Saliii.Iav h imc in (his (i(v. He was a I'iiiiiii lunge with . oiimmii orcanist and leader 111 her chinch, Novenibei 'J.l. D. M uf the Fiscal mammoth central power plant in Wnlker - f,in t.t till the appointment. wns iu and nil ehaiilalile vvoikh. Porto Dico's. New Wonder It Winchester soon, to siipnlv the new The Initio is tho pietly siildierntiilKentucky,loiumanil of Comduring the Civil i,t .i.... : (. Thiul Ciah Oiclmid can How feel pioml daughter .if Mr and Mis. .1. . "Took the Shrine. IC1r..n.....i n...- From far nwui Porto Rico come lighting system hcic and in Mt. , Slot ling and other suburban towns, ,llllul,(1 hv ' lll)KlI IIIOMWijn and is well known hole having ttiir. In Iik .lounger dais he was ,, U'Pqitn of a wondeifiil new Ih of. J. W. hclfyid and laiil Cole-rua- ii of her lustois. Iho Roges lilled his ... leptib hcuil 00 dies. He ' . '. .. ," apiioiulmeut at the llaplist chuii-lived 1.1 this i mini v fot a uuiiibm of piuuuiieiit 'l'''-"- ." ' '" vveut to Louisville Thuisday to that is behoved will lastly benefit windless, of wlut her tho hdro- ." W,I,!,, wits ....mt delk of the P.llask, Cn- hist Sunday un.l thoc who did not icars and taught in the Grmb-.elect 110 plant on Dix liver is coat-' '"' "n- -'" ' "' '" ho people. Ramon T. .Maichan, of nlet.d or not. dak? tho Slirincr's degree and make utttiiil . citninlv missed u a.1 vea.s. and wns V" nut Court for Hu school. Sim met "Dr. King's the joinnev "over the hot sands to has heeu giving a sunes oftieat. n leoching out west Mi. Ilniiiinli while postuiast.r for live voats ilining Mi- ion. is ni inc vei.v terms ,n tne Bmcelonota. writes: doing fcplcudid set 11.01. last lour. is ' ('apt. -- Inlale Us mud. nih essential to uu Now Dincnvorv Ktnlcv s Mecca," The Louisville temple mi and In-- , next nppnintmont, he wishes uiluuuistiutiou. In Thc State nf Casey Tho ir.nnm is the son of Mis. wotk hcic. It cured mo about five stioke of 111111-l- iippoinluent wheo th.. ol'licc iiaU.l a big class 011 Thaukhgiviug all the older people who can, to I'.babelh lliiiniah Doiuihl, of Dull in. Tlimble sttllered Mis. Amanda Stono Crow, nml tunc, ot tcinli'c coughs and colds, mi. nut us it is upon lite mi nl-about tight xeais ago, and sla.v, umoug the notable novitiates, come, ami we fielj'iee to stnte Ihal F.uglmiil, ho is now o veiv nrominoiii nil bioihcr of u severe cold iu Mm, Master John Bo vie, of Danville'. business iiiiiii of N'ugalex, Alir. Mine that time had been colilund jintil up i.iiutineiils." besides thu In. al men, being (lov. J, I hoy will be full v iepai.1 in uouiif. Ins chest ami more than 20 others, me visiting: Liberty lehttivi's. Mr. theio weie only a lew of their lo his home. Dm nig the hist scsinii II. McCreaiy ,11ml Attorney (leneial who used it on my advice. Wo hope .11111 ncsie.v liiimji, 111 .sianior'i, is We me glad to see Mi. Mnmiee Snwvers Herren. Turknis out again, nfter ipiito it inliniale hiends pics.'iil. Immediute-l- i of Congiess Senator Bra.llev. bv 1. Ibis meat medicine will xet be sold visiting her mothiM, Mrs. I. 8. WeJ-le- .i Jas, Ouniett. Tin t .lov News mu. that Jesse 111 eveiv drug store In Porto Rico." after the .'etetnoiiy thev left for spicial net uf Coiigic.p, secuiid uu seige of cold and malm in. . Mr. Chicago mid will iiImi ij.it Denier. iuciease of (apt, TlimbleV nensii-i- i He. . II... ir.it, Sawveis, elop- - For tliiout und lung troubles there touville, W W Phillips, of Hu- -. Thanksalvlna Services Mr, Lew Sowdeis snent tho Yellow slono I'ii ilc, ami Sau Francis. to di 11 month. He is miivivciI bv til !i in I .' linted Mis. II. W. Phillip m hist week and U nothing better. A trial xvill con. the, week'. Rev. C. H. Oieer, of the local week end with Mr. Dob While. Sho Mr. mid Jfta. before going to Nodules wheie bis wife mid four children. Dr. ,, G d 'lYtuiPoMti. The vtu.'o ion of its merits. 50 cents Si Iiirt nf (lunch, dcliveivd thu lecentlv moied to Gum Sulphur ' thei will live. They have (he best Trimble. Mrs. Kinos, Parsons mi. Methodist ' lv . hi'.l of Dr. C L. 1(10. r Trinl bottle free. Guaiati. Sam Murphy, of Moirluud, xisii4 Thanksgiving senium ut (lie Chris, Iroiu our town. People will come ui.hes of their many friends for 11 W. '. Tumble of this o.u. and M. ' his mother Mr. Sallio E. Murphy, . I'e nil druggists. ii.m chinch Thursday morning ut 10 back to old I. O. hnppy union. S. O. Ends, of Danville nt Boile S11iKf.1v lie o then Cfiy 'fcejys'.j I Chnt-titunog- it, can-!i(1n- to ui d .g JIovv--ovupris-.mcrj - PRETTY RACE STARTS IN SENATORIAL DISTRICT. Wanted In Chattanooga. Sheriff V. L. Mccarty has from the nulhoritP's at Teuii.. a warrant for the arrest ami Itoldiug of one Ilcimnu Camp ,of that oily, who is wanted on tho chnrg.i of grand larccuv. Camp is now in .f tut huru serving a sentence for cutting n hrakeman on the (.. A t r.iml home months ago, whilo he and Numeral either tramps weiii boating their way north. The offender vvaM lined $.'U ut thu last tenn of court hero mid is laving one thu iniu in jml. Shentf McCurti will tiotil'j thu Chattanooga officials when his tuna is out hero and will hold him until tho arrival of the proper nut liontio.. SHOT WIFE TO DEATH News Notes MORE HUNTERS' LICENSES. ...... y, M' dem-ocrut- lo SI n, 1. lie ,.,,. ..' Mc-He- e. Al-lr- In-li- wr-tttion 11 e. three-cornere- jxdi -- l' eon-gies- ar .... lu-sM-e- 1 I ie will-.lies(- .l, . - bi ,,"!..; -- y, "" - I r 11 x 1 1 .in ... 1 11 So-iic- ti, .,,, d. 1 11 1 7' sup-plit- ''. i.l s 11 1 1 ... 1 1 ih,'""? 1 nt : m '.11 ii offi-iialtu- lltl-to- n. " ... l ""'"'" - 11 si is 11 i 1 1 11 jtf ft 1 1 EEZa njpsr" '"i:r lUch-moiiil, ""W'Sff TT7 THE IHTttrti JWUBAL. tTAWPHt. KEMTMCIV. I FRIIAY. WOVEMU I . 1112. MfahrtBAatBBBaTBl i. t Rev. C. T. Clnnneh filled his rcgu As administrator of Mrs, W. C. Mr. II. V. Hudson's mnny friends Tha Kavlda aaJ tha aia.t.J lnr nppointment here Saturday and Hooker, deceaned, I will offer for U tk -- m .t will be glnd to know he in convalescbumlny nnd delivered excellent ser sal T"V?'!!-A.-???- pW ing from his recent ilhica. three shares of bank stock in mons. After the sermon Saturday AVOID f Kldcr K. C. McDouglc, T fcSSk tST. ? ! ZZ ilcncon, . It. Singleton gave turn a the HtiHtouvillc Peoples Hank, filled the pulpit at the Chrin-tin- n Iiyoano extract made from Mootfroot, aaaaralia, etena, aueaa't at'-ateeLejei Ky. glad HtirprNo by presenting him , aMnf&r chiirrh Sunday. i m..i m ana eoia mr amaaisrt in, ih a tnw with n beautiful quilt in behalf of W. O. SPEED. Adni. If. II. Northcott the poultry deal the Indies of the church of which er has been finite busy buying and 5 22 M'"l51ol A. lood ad ia Ihafeaerptlon byirW Uaadtfl ft he was very proud. "Turkey Tom" Oooch will be out u slaughtering turkeys for the Thankswwen doeaaef ehriak th whit Mood corpaaclee, beeauaa f I7M K. St., Tlw Experience of Two GirU T. II. Caldwell nnd wife arc Mim a MAitoirv, next week, buying Christmas turgiving market. coatetnifti mo alcnaol or W.WMiiir.gtnii,l.U.,wrtlel"luf. ner the nrrivnl of a little keys at highest market price. The Indies of tho Prcdivterian farad wltnibcutnalld for Br Tn Here Related Fer The """ injunoua mireoeme. IBM me body eaa a awft ho ilroni to mitt d!ee. True la toaie taken tnm girl in their home. She has been and I hare lull got I10M of yonr church held their niinual silver ofMid ft bu done me en tnnen Benefit of .Other. Nrt"I Jfarden that btrilda.up thoaa weakened by dl.eaaa. initned Clara Mabel. A Great lulldlna. Falls fering .Friday evening November 22, gnal. Mr knee ilo not twin aod the Invalid' Hotel at Batata.. 'ou"d' vDri gone." Telling iM llutler, little n.m of Mr. nnd Mrs. when its foundation is undermined, tho church niul the nice sum of at N.Y., ha received many letter Imllar to Mm felfewtaj i Rochester, N. Y.-- "I have a daugh- T. S. ltcVnoM", him been ill of the NcrvM & $:i() was given. nnd if the foundation of health . If BaWVft. J Ulnia . lu.lt- - r t - i. years ter Maa. A.Weidha'c, of 403 Thotnrnn I hUZ.ir!L.T nJ"" A to"s but is better. u wnii Mai good iliecntion is nttacked, quick I 0. II. Flnnncry purehnted the res- very18healthy old who has always been V mriunK I St., .MrTTl"i i'-- i write t, ss U J until recently when ho Orvnl Oooch is also ill of pneudTtki, V Slriii." TV"!'' llevfT' hl" "t ma In a dmjrul co- nmy leg wm deMroted !' nerre In collapse follows. On the first signs idence of '. K. Hammond on Fall complained years ago and lc(t ni with a Jerkin of Lick piko together with 0(1 ncrcs of month, so bad dirtiness and cramps every monia. of indigestion, Dr. Kings New Life .. " at uUUt o Ihat I could not lep. A vfriiiiiiuii a wiiiu rrt liut nnthlna: hm ma nnlll-y- t that I would have to keep .Mesdii nies II. II. Singleton nnd ('. Pill uur JJhiiii1 mlvltnl to Ilr, lu. IflWa. whlehtryilkl. Irrv'aUoM-aMedfeftleoit toM nmtoirjr l Iniiit, nt $ll3 tcr ncrc. .Mr. Flnnshould be taken to tone the without It. I I her home from school and put her to bed G. CnMwell and MUs Miimi" Cald- stomach und now 1 could not Jl7;7?;' " ncry recently sold liu farm to W. T. to get and regulate liver, kidney find after IU m 1 can ileep." !o UL ? T11 'ml"w"nt an.1 when I hl ue.l thta tlratowet. relief. t. well lire on the nick King nuetionecr. nnd bowels. Pleasant, easv. safe rr.. SJS?JJ.7: .,.Pnot fln.1 wtinl. to eirrrst "After giving her only two bottles of family and unlv 25 cents Mr. Ilruee Fagnlv and CJVrTSU' sImm for The handsome little nt nil druggists. F. R. atDNRo, Esq. Ot.R.V. Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable -- pcrty . d have moved into their MWHIIIIPllVtatl. Burfoil of Mr. nnd Mr. liifliard she it now enjoying the bout of boiiuht from L. O. Gnoch. reportOuotit te Have it Chanqed ton living near Lancaster U health. I cannot praiso your Compound Mr. .1. T. Ilortoii and family moved (ill"' Hek of ilipthcrin. Mouongnhcln, Pa., Nov. 21. Tho too highly. I want every good mother ed into L. 0. Gooeh's imipcrty jut ed unite hick of ilipthcrin. town Washington of Eighty-fou- r, to read what your medicine has done for farm known m the .Jeiiuiii'M faun my child." Mrs. Richard N. Dunham, acated1).bv .Mr. Pngnly. family moved coiiutv, with n population of 700, "It a good liniment. I keep it on nnd Mr. Merrill hand all the lime. My daughter to It. J. Lewis J'or $75 per ncre This 311 Exchange St., Rochester, N.V. neur lias contained a republican pralned her rrist and used yonr tract lies on tho Buckeye piko and Stoutaville, Ohio.- -" I suffered from to Walton, Ky. hM week. Oiicn ninny years ago, a Miter. It has not hart her Liniment, and contain 240 acres. Republican went to the town to co headaches, backache and was very Irreg rince." Mi'. K. Curtis went to Cincinnati The Farce Comedv. "Sentimental tntcpu ular. A friend ad- InM week and purchased an iiiitomii-Inl- into business, but did not remain unSara" will be given at the opera HATCH EX, til election time. Eighty-fou- r took vised ma to take of Blm. N. ti, house Fndnv evening, November 29, s?0ii(em'C Cleveland Lydia E. Pinkham's 1LV.V., No. . Rev. C. T. Cliiunch resigned ns its prcicut name when bv the pupiU of the grnded school Vegetable Com- pastor nt this place Saturday to was elected President in 1831. Pre At AH Dealer! Miss Dean is trnining the studpntu pound, and before I take effect in December. Mm We are vious to that time it was known ns li0)cs the entertainment will he and rifty-Hilumirr of the election had taken tho wholo Sic, 60c, $1.00 soriv to give him up us he has doiio if Piesjdentin James liuchaniiu. Now quite a success. of two bottle I much good, hut hfln been called as Mlffna twtftk borv, rattle, hoga Uiirnnm West, mail carrier on found relief. I am pastor at Miildlclmrg ears. the residents rxi poultry Mat 'and Paint nttcr twenty route No. 3. met with a painful acfree. aadraa only sixteen years Lick for the venr 191II. and we hope propose to petition the Postmaster cident, which might have been fntnl old, but I have bet- our loss is his gnin. General to clinm.-- Ihc name of tho Dr. A portion of (he harness broke while ter health than for to Nineteen Twelve, m .Maccabees will have a sup postoffirc Tho ALWAYS EarlS. crossing the bridge near Antinch. two or three years. per on J uaiiKsgiwug iiigui tor me honor of Woodrow Wilson's election. out and The young man was thrown I cannot express my dragged some distance escaping with thanks for what Lydia E. Pinkham's benefit of the Maccabees and their A TEXAS WONDLfl. some bad bnii'es. Vegetable Compound has done for me. families FREE STORAGE! Remember, wc do Automobile Painting, The Texas Wonder cures kidney Mr .M. F. Elkin is expected to The Chautauqua Circcle me the I had taken other medicines but did not Trimming, etc. Isinftlass put In your curtains while you wait. be present and the committee rc- - and bladder troubles, removing grnv past week at the home of Min. Fred find relief." Miss Cora B. Fosnaucii, Goodyear, Racine and Republic nie.sts all Maccabees and their fam el, cures diabetes, weak and lamo tipSb S,aJcs.I,i;csonc, Racine 1'. Prisbie. The subject for diseus-Mu- ii Stoutsville, Ohio, R.F.D., No. 1. I ilies to ho piescnt. stock. backs, rheumatism, and all irreguTires guaranteed for fi.000 IJulo of Switzerland" Hundreds of iiuch letters from mothweie "The miles on trusty tread. Full stock of accessories. Soliciting a larities of the kidneys and bladder and "Public Protection of Iibor." ers expressing their gratitude for what Flaqned Train With Shirt portion of your business, I am, Very truly yours, both men and women. Regulates Miss Annie Ifnwson. Stnte Librar- Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable ComTenring his shirt from his back in accomplished for their daughian will speak to an interested crowd pound has been received by the Lydia E. bladder troubles in hildrcn. If not ters have an unto man naggcii a tram ami nt the court house on tho nfternooon Pinkham Medicine Company,Lvnn,Mass. saved it from a wreck, but 11. T. sold by your druggist, will be sent 14, Miss Itawsnii of December Alston, Raleish, N. C. once prevent by mnil on receipt of $1: One small comes under the auspices of the proed a wreck with Electric Bitters. "I bottle is two months' treatment, and COMMISSIONER'S SALE gressive woman's club. Builder of fine Buggies Oarage run in Coniiecti.in was in a terrible plight when I began seldom fails to perfect a cure. Send city v Elder P. M. Tinder, of this COMMISSIONER'S SALE. to use them." ho writes, "my stom- for testimonials from Kentucky and was added by Governor McCrcary Lincoln Circuit Court ach, head, back and kidneys were other states. Dr. E. W. Hall, 2926 to the list of delegates appointed Lincoln Co, Court. Robert Hubble et nl, plaintiffs vs nil badly affected ond ray liver waOlive street, St. Louis, Mo., Sold by League, of Amerijo the Sjlvester Newton, in bis own ca, which meets in Washington, D. Walker Hubble, defendant: NoSicc in bad condition, but four bottles of Shogars and Tanner. Electric Bitters made me feel like right and ns surviTinjr partner of C., December 16, 17, 18 and 19. of Sale. n new man.1' A trial will convince $25.00 In Gelt! Given Away visiting repartnership firm of Newton Bros., $2.50 for the third best. Miss Jennie Lackey is Pursuant to a judgment of the you of their matchless merit for any Rather Accurate Description The Big Sandy News describes a and as administrator No trash leaf or red sonsidered. of Abraham latives in Winchester nnd Paris. Lincoln circuit court, rendered nt its stomach, liver or kidney trouble. R. M. Nawland, the Life and Fire football game there laht week as folNewton, deceased, Plaintiff vs Mar-car- et Miss Nell Estill, of Colorado is the November term, 1912, in the action Price 50 cents at all druggists. A. W. King, Danville, Ky., Judge. guest of Miss Katio Lee Denny nnd lows: "On Saturday last 22 boys, Insurance agent here, will give a to Newton, etc., Defendants. Noabove styled, the undersigned ComTalk with mo about your fire ami .v other Garrard friends. All parties having claims against 11 from Ashland and 11 from Lou- bacco show on tbe 2nd Monday in tice of sale. isa, had a scrap on the Brown lot life insurance. It. M. NEWLAND. Mrs. Mildred Beazley is at honlfi missioner will, on Monday, Decern In obedience to a judgment ren- after a visit of several weeks with bet 9th, 1912 (County Court Day) the estate of Harvey Floyd, will on the west side of town. After December, court dny. 80-t- f. present them to the undersigned, they had run nnd howled and fallen Prizes at Feltews: dered at the November term of 1012 her daughter Mrs. Wm. Hays at at about 1:30 o'clock P. M stanproperly proven on or before Monday oer each other n couple of hours Mr. and Mrs. James in tho Lincoln Circuit Court, in above Stanford. time, offer for sale at public December 9th. $15 in gold for the best six hands All parties owing they couldn't tell which crowd had Ware, of Knoxville. are here for, a dard styled action, the undersigned com- visit to Mrs. R. E. McRoberts. Mrs. outcry to the highest and best bid same will please settle by that date. the most dirt on their padded of lugs to weigh not less than four pmccls E. J. Elliott, Middleburg, Ky. missioner will, on breeches, so they called what they pounds. J. Fleece Robinson has been in Dan- dcr the following describedKy., near ville visiting her hister. Mrs. B. D. of laud in Lincoln county, bad done a "draw." MONDAY, DEC. 9, 1912, $7.50 for the second best. County Court day, at about 1:30 Herndon. Mrs. R. A. Campbell, of 1'urnersville, and on the Turncrs- COMMISSIONER'S SALE. ville and McKinney turnpike: World's Greatest Catarrh Remedy o clock P. M. Standard time, at Columbus, O., is with her aunt the First tract. Just breathe Booth's IIYOMEI for $30.00 TO SIOO.00 A MONTH etc., plaintilfs vs court house door in Stanford. Ky.. Misses Johnson. Mr. nnd Mrs. II. II. corner to SmithBeginning on a stone and George Alford, L. W. C. Pettus For your epar time Eiperlenca not need o five minutes and the penetrating anpublic outcry to Hall of Winchester were with Mr. offer for sale at A. Pettus. etc.. Defendants. ed. Want aa active man In thla W 129 poles 16 thence S 38 2 tiseptic air from the Eucalyptus for- To Introduce ua to your friend. locality. the highest and best bidder, the fol- nnd Mrs. Parker Gregory, for a links to sugar tree, Alfred Morris of sale. We pay a lowing described real estate in short stay. Miss Mary Dalton is a ests of Australia will emah sore alck. Injured, In obedience corner; thence S 03 4 E 71 poies Lincoln circuit to a judgment of the Catarrhal membrane soothe tho won- larceat death, btneflta when coat. Fr-!Lexaad at for amalleit Lincoln county, situated on student of Hamilton College, court, rendered nt and give a 13 links to elm Smith and Moroffer to flrat apaurahce and 11 . iM 1912 term in tbe north east corner of Main and ington was at home Saturday and ris' corner; an plicant from thla place. Write quick for thence S 8 4 E 91 its November,the undersigned above derful relief. ! 'I Sunday with her parents, Mr. nnd comBeing such nn efficient remedy; particular. Danville streets: styled case, poles 15 links to stake in Q. G. Beginning on Main street, Bishop Mrs. James Dalton. ' absolutely free from harmful drugs. THE US. Covington, Ky. Lmmp Campbell's line: thence his line S missioner will on The following Lancastcrians were MONDAY. DEC. 9, 1912. corner, thence S 77 Wi 88 feet to G. L. Penny is willing at the maker's 16 2 52 poles to n stone Smith mavmm corner on Danville street, thence N in Stanford Saturday for tho Hilton corner, W thence N 21 2 W 90 poles (county court day) at about 1 :30 roquest to guarantee HYOMEI for marriage Mrs. R. H. Hannah HoUUnc U more Important ta 15 W 175 feet to Uocker corner. o'clock at the court house door in Catarrh, Croup, Catarrhal Deafness, Cecil, 21 links to the beginning, containing Stanford, toe bom than dear, steady Ky., offer for sale at Coughs Colds, Core Throat and 95 feet to Uocker and Batson and little daughter, thence N 7 hi i!ntoilmur burn tr ctttisr Mr. Frarier Hurt, and Miss Susie 65 acres 2 roods and 10 poles of public outcry to the highest and Bronchitis or money back. The litBishon corner, thence S 13 13 that clear and tb Jand, J lllllon. cleaa wltbout a nicker down ta bidder the following real es- tle book in each package tells how best Ibis 373 feet to the begta"?? Second tract Beginning at a tate: the laat drop, i'tanilranla. will preach the Rev. S. II. Pollitt property waB Conveyed to Abraham simple it is to get rid of all these crude oil rtnoed to perfection. Thursday stone in the gate corner te Alford Coata no more than the A house and lot in Crab Orchard. distressing sermon and Sylvester Newton in deed book Thanksgiving diseases.. Comnlete andSmith, thence S 24 E 35 poles 7 Ky.. situated on Main or Stanford jIYOMKI kind tavee aiONUZ 38, pages 111 and 410 and 'deed morning nt the Methodist church. outfit including pocket in avei WORK aavei eyei. links to a stone, thence up the street, bounded by lands of John Your dealer tiaa OllTU OIU At the sale of W. A. Brents, in branch to a stone comer to Smith, page 196, Lincoln county haler, $1; extra bottles, 50 cents nt 49k 31, la barrel tlrect tron awt the Cedar Creek section, conducted (hence S. 79 2 E 4 poles to a, stone Riddle. A. Davis, Lyne and Stan- dealers everywhere. court clerk's office. work. containing 2 acre, fctreets, Chandler, Saturday by Col. J. P. ford , Said property will be sold on a corner to Campbell, thence N 72 4 credit' of six and twelve months, the Mr. Brents withdrew his nice, little E 18 poles 3 links to a stone, thence taoro or less. KNOW IT WELL Said sale to be made on credit of ap- - farm of 20 acres at a figure of purchaser to execute bonds with N 16 W 17 poles 1 tamlmvme, Ky. to a stone, and rentel it for the year 1913 N 74 4 E 25 poleslink links to a six months, purchaser 'to execute Familiar Features Well Known to Ondertakcr and cmbalmih proved Mwcurily bearing interest ut Refinery at Worrei, m 13 approved security bearing to Harve Poynter. Mr. Brents will G per cent per annum from date of Wa Mil tho ceSetrataJ "N stono in the lane; thence N 24 W 66 bond with STANFORD KENTUCKY. Hundreds of Stanford Citizens Carb" Auto OU, sale until paid, having the force and move to the Stngg place on Hang- poles 16 links to a stone in Uubble's 6 per cent interest from date of sale Office Phene 117. Heme Phene and effect farm eftect of a judgment And retaining ing Fprk; ITwhere he will shoots next line; thence N 70 2 W 18 poles 0 until paid, having force retained on A familiar burden in mnny homes. sold three nt of judgment with lien season. & lien oa said properly until the purlinks to n black walnut, thence N property, sold until payment of haul The burden of n "bad back.1'. chase money is paid. Witness my $4 a head to Will Boone. 70 2 W 30 poles 11 links to the bond. This Nov. 22. 1912. l" A lame, n weak or an aching gnek Cauaht Larqe Owl hand, Nov. 22, 1912. beginning containing 23 4 acres E. D. Pennlnnton. f. Wm. Eason, ft well known farmer Often tells you of kidney ills. 94-3- ft E. 0. Pennington, of land. M. C. L. C. C. Bonn's Kidney Pills nre for weak M. C. L. C. C. threo miles of McKinney, brought to IT Third tract Beginning at a black the largest walnut, Hubble and McCownn corone town kidneys. Purchaser must execute bonds ns hornedlast week, seen of this Relief The A Trial Gave Instant in owls ever lart of Heer is Stanford testimony. Boon ns sale is over, or tho property Great Kidnev Remedy Never Dismidnight ner, thence their Hue S 67 2 E 18 cnught D. C. Dyehouse, Whitley, nvcnuo will be immediately put up and re- the state. He trap. thoha1 killed poles 18 links to a btone Hubble and appoints It flyer in n steel line; in told. Stanford, Ky., says: "I am in n the McCowan's comer line Martin W 40 and eaten part of a chicken N 22 thence Martin's Being broken down in health, suf- position to recommend Donn's Kidnight before, and Mr. Eason set a poles 5 links to btone Martin's cortrap over the. remains of tho fowl, ner nnd Krugcr'b line S 79 2 W 12 fering with Kidney Trouble, despair- ney Pills highly ns they were tho thinking the owl would return the poles 5 links to stone Kruger and ing of over being well again. I was one nnd only remedy that over gavo next' night to complete his feast. The McCowun corner, thence a new lino advised by a friend to try Dr. Kil me relief from backache. My back which gave me nipped one toe nnd painful that it was HEART steel jaws until released next he was S 61 2 W 32 poles to tho branch mer's Swnrap-Ro- and after using sev- was so sore and get morninstant relief, held fast around for days road, thence up the branch S 19 E eral bottles. I am now sound nnd hard for me to ing, when he put no a tremendous time. I tried everything but T JP. I. fight, but was captured alive. He 22 poles 22 links to a stone in the well, and can snfely recommend at a leal Facts In Reari road and branch, thonce S 73 W 31 to anyone 6uiferuig did not seem to get anything that measured four feet from tip to tip poles 11 links to tho beginning, con- Swamp-Hoo- t would bring mo relief until I proof wings and wns beautifully color- taining 7 acres 3 roods, 30 poles of with back or kidnoy troubles. His Utaet ly Curl I nlso hod rheumatism, and I have cured Donn's Kidney Pills at Shu-ged. lauds. and Tanner's Drug Store. They had more relief from Dr. Kilmer's Stwudt Allwcrts. Terms Said sale will be made on SwumuRoot than any other remedy proved to bo what I needed and by Only a Fire Hero. credit of six months, nnd the pur- A sufficient trial will convince any. a Wayaeatille.N. C Mr. F. R. Huffman, tho time I had used three boxes, tho But the crowd cheered, as, with chaser will be required to execute Swamp-Roo- t. pain in my bnck disappeared and I I (Ms city, says : "I suffered dreadfully burned hands, he held up a small bond with approved personal secur- body of tho merits of Yours very truly, felt hotter in every way." with what I thought was heart trouble, round box, "Fellows 1" he shouted, ity for the purchase price, payable P. E. NELSON Arnica Snlvo I bold, to the undersigned Commissioner, For salo by all dealers. Price 50 medicines In vain. ' this Bucklcn's Murphy, N. C. aad tried various has everything bent for burns." and bearing interest it the rate of Co., Buffalo, conts. Foster-Milbur- n Thed-ferSubscribed nnd sworu to before After other remedies had tailed, Right also for boils, ulcers, cores, six per cent per annum from day N. Y. sole agents for tho United me this 17th dny of July. 1909. restored me to uimDles. eczema, cuts, sprains brui of snle: nnd a lien will be Teservcd Stnte?. EDMUND B. NORVELL. pile cure. It subdues on the land to secure tho payment haaHh. I would not feel safe without ses. Surest Notary Public Remember the name Doans inflnmmntion kills pain. Only 25c of snid bond, nnd same shall have Cherokee County, N. C. and take no other. In the house. 1 consider at all druggists. 'enut, Oab Orchard the force nnd effect of a judgment. Hiutonrillc, Ky M war its weight la gold. Witness my hand, this Nov. 2L Letter te E. D. Pennlnaton. 1912. It cured y indigestion, and by this Dr. Kilmer 4V Ca. M.C.L.C.C. f nmns I wm restored to health. 1 can Inflhamten, N. Y. Purchaser must execute bonds as y gratitude for its benefits." aot expftw sale is over, or tho proporty Prove What Swamp Root Will Do soon ns Geed health depaada oa the condition vR(CHMON0.IOC will be immediately put up and reFer Yeu. of year dtgeetioa. Poor digestion and sold. V A Tmalar Send to Dr. Kilmer & Co., Bing- food hMMh da aot fo togefcer. School for Teachers sample bottle. N. Y., will Tu.dinrd'm Biack-Draue- ht "It is a pleasure to tell you that bamton, convincefor a CerM 14U(W EUma.try We tell m haw. and m beat aurkrt anyone. You will It will lWrm4Uaaal Ufa luu Ccr iMeaiMy cltanat ad tat la order your YalU U ail prices. We are dealer: eiubllabed Chamberlain's Cough Remedy is tbe also receive a booklet of valuable vik; BpawlaJ fcbwle f fcffttwkr. IWHCiT MARKET MiCE PAI0 In 1(64) andean do BKTTKR tor you aVaaatfva mv jvmrmm v be6t cough medicine I have ever us- information, telling all about tbe t. than agents or commiailoa Cajoiaai, TIU fra U FMMWFUMaMHMCS Keferenceaaoy bank la T"epMaMar Mrs. Hugh Campbell, of kidneys and bladder. When writing ed," writes total. "Fplfaj aeJ aFiBiaawiajBjaJaa War 1rewF Write (or weekly price UaC awe! to laany Lavonia. Ga. "I have used it with be sure to mention the Stanford InH4 aartwaia ,aui aa. tit 7i yaajt, aad fNWd ioa fte M. SABf L 4 SONS Zmi$t VHite" Hilt-)- ) A H L antil U. IMMMU H. Regular fifty cent all my children and the results have terior Journal. -- l ? . IT. r.ilkTrallIIT, ttmmH Baaiart la riMa, Waft, WML. sixa bottles for sal aawhat Try. been highly satisfactory." For sale and r"-- "j.8 OtUHB, Fmlliat.' JOHN WHITE CO. I at all drat atom. iMMMThedfwri. ftimTU. by O. L. Feaay,. RbMmttisml Netiralgu Sprains Mat-Ihen- t, HOW GIRLS MAY OTaTTHiMliri Idailntitrifar'i lata llus-tonvil- F. PERIODIC PAINS HOW BLOOD IS MADE. l4i SWif-jfe- . K3 1. 5?3r t T pueu-moiii- n, "" --, "' J' al li-- SLOANS LINIMENT Com-poun- rVir'lJr'':!-"--- -.. gjF STOP AT eaj e. v, M e Arnold's Hew Garage OPEN DAY BENIGHT KEPT WARM R. M. ARNOLD DANVILLE, KY. Anti-Snlo- 90-3- p. No-tie- 1-- Hus-tonvil- le, 3-- Caah-Donu- 3-- 1-- 1-- J. C. McClary Oil tkrt Ey - tank-aras- 1-- 1-- 3-- ous. $1,-15- 0. c swi eo a: 3-- 1-- 3. 1-- 3-- 94-:i- 1-- 'i. HIS TROUBLE NOT OF 1-- ot 1-- ar d's Black-Draug- ht Mack-Draug- ht 94-3- MONEY &!&,- K.VTS WW? st?r a- Ut. Rfcaioalwaar,durkgtM taer-clun- e. FURS I AND HIDES aaafTlaJV one-doll- ar iJSTiwf. 1C1 "" 3"1"J' '.i mQjp-- r tu- - "&? Vf,' tw " . THE ItTtJKO'JOgJJAl, ITAaii. KIMTtfCKY. FBHAV. WVCWOt 2. Hl2. 3 J. H. Baughman MANUFACTURE H "The Thirtv and Or, Why Stop With One? Niti-" By JOHN B. M'FERRAN, Chairman Educational Committee. HERE'STHEHOG Go. l Louisville Commercial Club' SSrWf v.Vr3r-3sw- Flour, Meal and Shipstuff il bbbbw JlJviHr, ;rf!ft3E& Warn .wi,r.? . scw 7'T' a bank account mates the difference Buy Your O ttq. F slave for another man from early morn till late at night nt our cilticntionnl problems from n business IOOKINO wo Jiavo been turning too rnucii to wlmt is called education. I nm myself a bolievor in higher education. I mean by that tho universities, colleges and high schools and woulcPnot detract from their importance in tho least, but they are already liberally provided for far in advance of our common schools. Wo aro told by tho United States bureau of education "that moro s than of our boys in tho United States leavo school beforo tho end of tho eighth grado;" "that tho averngo length of a boy's schooling is less than iv vonr sxiil this school training before the ages of twolvo to fourteen years, whilo tho boy U too young to appro-ciat- o liis loss;" "that less than one boy in four completes tho grammar grades and but one boy in eight goes any further with his schooling;" "that only ono boy in forty of those who enter tho first year of high school completes tho course in high school, public or private, or goes higher;" "that of all boys twelve to fourteen years of ago who should cortainly bo in school loss than 00 per cent arc there." From tho Sago Foundation fund's reports we are told that of 100 boys who enter tho first grado only fifty-fiv- e enter tho fifth grade, only twenty-sevearo left in tho eighth grade, six in tho high school and ono to enter collcgo; that only C per cent of the males in tho nation aro fitted by definite educational training for their occupations or vocations. Tiieso facts arc given on high authority, and when wo remember that they apply to the country at largo and that Kentucky is probably below this average, is it not lamentable? 7F ONLY ONTK BOY IN two-thirdn DOCRBOH REMEDY CO.. Lcslngtorj, Ky. Knclosed And photo ol hoir that wm cured of cholera with your Bourbon Hoe Cholera Rem. dr. Thin hojwii almost dead b(ora uslng-Ih- e medicine, and then was entirely cured, ex lo ol ears, "Pt Bailee Rwlne.tall. etc. The hog It owned by of BowUnsOrccn, Ky. He Mr. wli: be glad to giro you a teitlmonlal, and wo can get several mora It you want them. JENKIKS-SUDLETDRUO CO.. Bowling Green, Ky. Aak Your Druggist for It. Shunars & Tanner. HIS MASTER'S VOICE. are dealers in Wheat, Corn,Hay Straw, Salt, Portland Cement and Coal. Prompt attention andiyour money's worth at allt mes. Phone 11 Stanford, Kentucky. a TO IF. A is the question yon should answer right now. Start saving bank account makes the difference. We will help you purchase the farm. today. Call at Ii a i i T. D. NEWLAND, uie- - Come in and let us tell you HOW. STATE BANK & TRUST CO., Capital $50,000.1 Surplu. $500 f. L. McCARTY, Prei. G. L PENNY, V. Pre. M. SALIN, CaihlST. 4g Mrs. IMckbam James, did you put tbe cat out? James He hasn't been In all day, dear Mrs. Plckham Then bring him ta and put htm out again; we've got to abow thnt beast we're his superiors. THE CITY MARKET. opposite Court House and get your winter stoves Fall and Winter Suitings. Stanford, 'Ky. J. S. RICE, V. Pre$. J. D. EADS, R. P. BROWN, et. I. Furniture REDS DRESSERS STANDS. MATTRESSES. SPRINGS COMFORTS. TRUNKS. SUIT CASES. COUCHES. DINING TABLES. PARLOR TABLES. LIBRARY TABLES. BUFFETS. SIDEBOARDS. CHINA DINING BLANKETS. LACE CURTAINS. DAVENPORTS. BOOK CASES FORTY COMIT.ETKS TIIK HIGH SCHOOL COURSE IS IT NOT VERY IMPORTANT FOR VS TO GO MORE STRENUOUSLY AFTER THE OTHER "THIRTY AND NINE?" I think at present we, educators and all, aro following the old trend of looking too exclusively toward tho higher education. I think our legislative bodies have illustrated this when four years ago they mado it mandatory on every county in the state to build a high school within two years. There was little mandatory concerning the poor, small schools scattered throughout tho counties. These "thirty and nino" poor dovils will have little chance to get within sight of a high school at all, but must plod along as best they may. It is truo the same legislature allowed the fiscal court to levy a tax of 20 cents on the $100 for school purpo-cin each county. It is also truo that many of tho counties levying this tax have used it largely in establishing a high school at tho county seat or snmo other town, which is unfair to theso "thirty and nine" who do not get to tho -i In many cities of the land the price ov the necessarlex of life bare been forced to such a height by shortage In supply, greatly aggravated by tbe un- My new FsU and Winter Samplea are bow ready for your Inspection. They comprise STANFORD, KENTUCKY. the best on the osrket. 1 can suit anyone as to price who had his clothes made to order. A suit made to your measure le preCONCRETING ferable to ready made clothes. To hare thaaa We are In position to do all kinds of concreting-, such as Block Work, FsTements. and made to measure doesn't cost any mare taaa in fact, we can make anything from a honu resdy mads when eustlty and fit la considdown to a fence post. Call and ret our prices ered. Corns In and let me take yoar aaaaa-ubefore you Lay your material at least. J' B. PERKINS DENTIST Office Over Higgins' Store just Increase levied by middlemen, high school. WISH TO BE UNDERSTOOD AS OPPOSING HIGH SCHOOLS OR HIGHER EDUCATION I AM IN FAVOR OF BOTH TO THE LIMIT BUT I AM COMPLAINING THAT ONLY ONE BOY IN FORTY SHOULD HAVE THE LION'S 8HARE OF THE FEAST FOR ALL. I THINK THIS SHOWS CLEARLY THE NEED OF MORE MONEY FOR OUR SCHOOLS, SO THAT ALL MAY HAVE A I DO NOT SHADES. LINOLEUMS. OIL CLOTH. MIRRORS. GO that the mayor and councllmen have taken the bull by the boras and In mauj cases established city markets where truck gardeners can go with their fresh produce and where con supplies of sumcK can buy tlK-'- r Under this fruits aud vegetables. market system growers not only get Just as much for their stiilT as they did before, but consumers are enabled from 20 to 40 per to buy at prlc cent lower than they were prior to the establishment of the market. In polls the mayor took matters Into his own bands and bought potatoes PHILLIPS 1R0S., Stanford, Ky. 0. O. MVPLBT. Tin PneHemt Teller iy A CHECK BOOK than a wallet filled with curreney, silver or gold. It adds dignity to your transactions and gives much satisfaction. Checks are of no value except to person in whose favor drawn. Can you afford to keep your money at home or in your pocket, when you can have, without expense, a Check lM6k M tbls StTMg bisk? is easier to carry ( --'- A Lincoln County National Bank Capital $100,000 Surplus $100,100.00 Corner Next to Courthouse. CARTS. SEWING MACHINES. PICTURES MISCELLANEOUS. CABINETS. CHAIRS. CARPETS. RUGS. MATTINGS. fair show. think, another mistake that ought to be corrected as and that relates to the pay of teachers by location or far M possible, with referenco to location. The cities and large towns and wealthier portions of the counties have the pick of the teachers because they pay higher salaries and the environment generally is moro attractive. Thus tho back districts in tho counties (where thero are generally more children) are compelled to get along with the cheapest and poorest teachers. These teachers, as a rule, have the minimum salaries. Now, I hold that these "thirty and nine" out in the back districts for good results need the best teachers or at least as good as the best. This condition can be met at onco by tho county boards supplementing tho salaries of teachers in the poor districts out of the county finds. Such action would bring immediate relief. WHY WAIT ONE YEAR OK TWO YEARS FOR LEGISLATIVE ACTION WHEN THERE IS A TEMPORARY WAY OUT OF THE DIFFICULTY PENDING IMPROVEMENT IN LEGISLATION? Think of tho unlift given to tho citizens of another generation even Is it not little short of criminal to fail by a singlo term of schooling! to apply a remedy when it is within our power? If wo cannot get funds enough for both high schools and "low" schools, is it not better to uso sufficient of the county fund in this wav than to put all or tho bulk of it in u city or town high school which tho "thirty and nine" can have but little hopo to enter? Would not theso "thirty and nino" by reason of their improved intelligence through these better teachers in time forco tho building of high schools for all ? Thero is, T KollowlitK tills camo the discovery seems til at he was quite bald, with i o hope of any return of hair, but In n few dn)B after IiIb fright there be-t-a-u II and sold them to consumers at cost to break a combination of immlsslon tneu that bad been levying" on unjust Ur on the people. If commission meu suffer as a result .of tbls new Stanford, Ky. Resources $500,000 V. W, II. SHANKS, Pres. M. I1RIGHT, Cash. J. J. B. PAXTON, V. Pres. W. ROCHESTER, Ass't Cash ROCKERS. W. A. Triable ( & movement they have themselves TO blame and no one else. The consum lug public la willing that middlemen should receive a fair profit for hau dllug produce, but when tbe price of It are advanced outrageously by aim-pl- y passing through their bands folks ran hardly be expected to put up wlta the Imposition. It would seem, therefore, up to the middlemen as a class to correct tbls abuse or be put out of business to a considerable extent. The Germany Way. German soldier recently was pei, fenced to alz months' lmprisonmcn for obtaining a leave of absence o' the plea of attending a hale an A On the The Best Policy Contracts? ARE YOU GETTING The Lowest Rates? Reliable Companies? Expert Aqents' Advice? hearty grnrdmother's fmall boy funeral Tlr How do you know it? Have you investigated? Local insurance agents are made by long study and experience; They are not born ! baseball "fans" in till, couctr) wtll probably shudder h thankv-1tlnthat they are not In the German army. Bargain Counter One Hundred Suits of Clothes for see "Cfte Insurance Specialists" before it is too late. SHIPP'S LINIMENT lelieve-- . Itliciimnti-i- n, (,iii'Mv Xi'imiluui, !' iliickiu-lic- BROMLEY 01 BROMLEY, Successors to Fish and Mahonv Insurance I'l'nl il il I'nils ami the imivinisc i Trv it ami imt lofuiiilcil. m.c. ."0 ci'iiN nt till !eiilt'i-- . ntlier i.iin. priie A llciitlm-liit ml leuiird ol" f100 will , Stanford. - - Kentucky Boys to be sold at your price in order J.L.Beazley &Co FRIGHT SCARESFORTH Experience In Dark by MSk .kStaffl D HAIR A V k oTOi World READ PICTURES --v INSTEU 'It m' aBBaaraaaa'"Trw bbbbb. LsaatWV- - JsBBBBBBBBBaaUTLsBaBBBBBBBBBBBBWy THERE IS REAL PAINT and also oma stuff mixed with aeapeatog naterials that is not worUif of tbe name. It yo bare fead eipariance with tha latter kind jou Wt want another. If yoa fasvea't take our sdrico and don't 4ifariatt. Bay oar mal paiata aad sava yeureetf dJaapftdtataitat and ssecMy as well iAALUW. MMNreVKy Toll hair follicles, thla he has had a re Than Columns markable return of hair This U ariouuted for by saxunts The World's Best Each Month UNDBRTAKERS and ulna; search, but In the twlnkllne The hair of the Murfreeaboro man Cartoons from dailies and weeklies published in ft ALSO DEAL had been In hiding and something was thia country. London, Dublin, Paris. Berlin, ( I an eyn In au accidental manner. III IN FURNITURE. MAT. Munich. Vienna, Warsaw. Budapest. St. Peters-burneeded to scare It out. The catamount Kurh a dlicovery now halls from Amsterdam.Stutlgart.Turin. Rome. Utbon, TINQS. RUGS. THEY WILL did tills. There are doubtless other Zurich, Tukio. bhanghai, Sydney, Canada, am) county, Arkansas. I'lke IXCHANOE FURNITURE great cities of the village, entered who would like to try this heroic South America, and all the of 9,000 cartoons A resident of that world. Only the 200 best out .FOR ALL KINDS OF STOCK. remedy, but real catamounts are not ' eacn monin, are scicciea. GIVE THEM A CALL. PRICE Ms woodshed In the gloom of a March AP14ureHlteyytvWria'sCvaUtaklsentn ewnlsg to split an armful of wood within tho teach of everybody. CAMPAIGN CARTOONB-Follow- the fcr the ne,xt morning's breakfast. As Always an csmpAiKn in Cartoons' ard watch the opposl did so ho waa met by a demoniac ing parties It Is always reassuring to read of vEajtur caricature each other. cry that froze tbe genial current of auascearnoM acme millionaire's son who. dressed Dm hM Mpl tvr will S auiud S a man cory i.ul Mtttlmg tfc SURETY BONDS hla blood, and at the aame moment a lit overalls, tiaa taken up some haul, luiw. il. H.wiNitooK. f:s w. wkkinaMn,i:iiicawis. ttrange aulmal auuk ita clawa deep rrlmy Job at a few dollars a week, ASK YOUR NCWfDEALER Into tbe poor man'a ahoulder. The atjust as a poor fanner's or mechanic's TANPva KY. tack bad been made by tbe moat con might In a vlrlout autmai of tba cat kind, known I lew weeks do. Hut his election vice sa a catamount In Arkansas, and a I residency to the directorship or of his father's business i togcat farther west. Missus' MMtiN growth that boys of mure man in describing; tbla attack shows a Tbe tJeeola Lodae Ho.'0. T A. M., meets la parentage can hardly hope to aialed asaafaunleakloB oa each tint and third told of tbe freezing effect upon hla bumble equal. Christian Science, Monitor. nights el each moats. et.T o'clock la acalp. kfar Mala street, aXeaftrd. Ky. Mess- He succeeded In fighting off UN lassr ate m stater wee freter assy ibtiu to at tba varnfat. Catamount. to appear health I.oiik has It been a recognized fact that the. Kreatest of discoveries may f (ime, not through long conducted mid imd surccfdliiK of Arkansas Man Attacked 200 Carlsons 200 Mtrt to close them out. FIRI INSURANCE aW , s3i (UMMINS YEAREN E T..-- RumnruufD Stanford, Kentucky Home of ' - P Ciotkei. ' , -- fc au v. verpeaier, aecretery. . - Il f ..'- MffgjsMgi "JfJ - ' "J '.j . '. A. U . v v h Tstt MTEHf ftfAL 1TAMFW0. IT. Hig-gins'. KENTUCKY, riaiv, ffytHH ft MISt JEUIE fff WOOD LYNN The Interior Journal M. Beckham Man ( the.Hwr , SHORT LtCML NEWS 03-- 1 IA1Y lUrrHED When TO DEATH LTOM BAUfLIT8TRI0TLT - The News published at Pino Knott iu the now county of McCreary, is .Proprietor another to join tho rapidly increas- Frosh car lond lime nt W. Hnu 91 A TU IN ADVANCK nnooncmnt In thli column art ot Tk taadidatea tor o(Be, aubjeet to tha aetlon ot No lot Dtmoeratle will Ix Pslltlca) Announcements ntdr, nnkit M. Fr Rtprtmtalltf. VJKdll. McMLLMN. 11. ptmtj. paid for In adianca: nnontfmU J. O. WEATIIEKKOKD J"r UAUOHHAN a W. (UVKNS ri T. J. HILL County JuJgt J. A. Klbr. lar OLOHOE rr Jilr PEYTON TAKRI8H V. A. UAK9UN M. r. NORTH DINK FAKMF.K WILLIAM II. 1IESTEH HECK V. I B. M. OWENS DKllOliUE tot JLtitttor R. II. BKUNAUOH . Of 0.... 1. 1L uuunis W. V. flAKNER LAFK UUIUJA? WW P W&O , OttlFTI.V "J til.,. t "' ftoinj; K I i J rv 5. 3. . i" ' r k i 4 LI U Anderson county hns three nppli-rnn- ts As an inducement for tho girls 35 13.S10 for Internal Bcvcnuo Collector are working hnrd, wo will give 7853,855 bonus vote of 5,000 votes for ev- Dr. C. W. Kavanniigh, J. It. Paxton a 37 1(1.145 7975,005 ery $1 paid on accounts nt this store nnd S. h. Booth, but nt that she SO 3840,025 01.520 05-Prof. J. W. Ireland, of Stanford,, Snm Itobiiisou. doesn't touch Bovle with Judge C. It. SI 02,475 3952.345 attended the Eighth District TeachMcDowell, Col. Xick McDowell, Col. 40 15.S90 82 50,925 Inscoe Rue and Ed Wilson, of It G. Evans, W. 11. Roberts, Wm. ers' Association hero and mndo a 4111.435 8350.215 Mercer, went to London nnd hunted He most interesting address oods nnd maybe somo others we 42 15,875 two days on tho premises of only the teachers with a bnsiv securing 114 quail. They haven't heard of yet. ono man enjoyed. solo, wheh wns heartily Hustonville did not molest the rabbits. Prof. Ireland is tho head of More fanners rend tho I. J. thnn We have just received the biggest ford Graded schools and is doLost a pair of gold frame glasses nny other country paper. lino of holiday goods ever brought ing a most excellent work as such. in town Monday or Hustonvillc pike. to this plnco. which we will have on Mr. L. A. Xovius, who, for souu KNOW IT WELL Finder will please return to this ofdiplny Urn lnt of thte week. Don't time hns hnd charge of tho Sacray go elsewhere to make your purchases fice or to J. S. Mobley at McKinncy studio, in this city, has closed tho Familiar Features Well Known to for we hnvo tho good-- , at right . 92-t- f. and receive Toward. prices. Adams Bros. plnco of business nnd moved to Win Hundreds of Stanford Citizens Mises Monty nnd Jay Tnylor, of chestcr, wheio ho has, bought the The Great Eastern Insurnnco Co. A familiar burden in many homes. Danville, arc gr.csts of their sUIt, represented in this section by '1 It. Barrett studio. Mr. Xevius is a line Itancy hns just paid $41 sick beneMr. James Yowell. Tho burden of a "bad back.'". photographer nnd splendid young-man- , fits to Wallace Wall, a well known Misses Zulu Knds and Minellc Pm-it- t, A lame, a weak or an aching gack nnd the many friends ho mndu-herfnrmer of this county. This is one of of Morcland, wero week-en- d Often tells you of kidney ills. gave him up with sincere regret. the best nnd most reliable companies Donn's Kidney Pills arc for weak nnd always protects nnd cares foi kidneys. adv. its policyholders. Ileer is Stanford testimony. D. C. Dychonse, Whitley, avenue The Womnns' Missionary Society of tho Methodist church will ob- Stanford, Ky., says: "I am in n serve the week of prayer beginning position to recommend Donn's KidDec. 2. Hours of service 2 P. M. ney Pills highly ns they wero the An all dav service wil lhe held at the ono nnd only remedy that ever gave church Thursday. Special program me relief from backache. My back is being prepared for these meetings was o sore and painful that it was t nnd nil who are interested nro most hard for me to get around for days cordially invited to bo present. at a time. I tried everything but For tho year 1913 did not seem to get anything that For Itcnt three houses on lower main street. would bring mo relief until I pro Apply to L. It. Hughes or Mrs. M. A. cured Donn's Kidney Pills nt Shu-gand Tanner's Drug Store. They 93 1 Vaughn. proved to he what I needed and by Rails Spread at Maywood. tho time I had used three boxes, tho A slight wreck occurred nt May-woo- d pain in my back disappeared nnd I The tip is out that Senator James Another Paper for Beckham Thursday felt better in every way." will endorse Josh T. Griffith for colat an early hour In approving n recent editorinl in morning when the rails spread under Charlton lector at Owcnsboro, For sale by all dealers. Price T0 tho 1. J., tho Bowling Green News tho weight of a freight train. Six cents. Foster-Milbur- n Thompson for District Attorney in has this to sny: Co., Buffalo, the Eabtern district and George II. Seven years ago by the perfidy of enrs of coal, were scattered over the N. Y. sole ngents for tho United .A Peters for Surveyor at Louisville. four Democratic members of thu track and the ears were damaged a Stntes. Xv"o slight extent, but fortunately no ono hope the last is true anyway Kentucky Legislature. Remember the name Deans J. C James had had no better "friend any- W. Beckham was beaten for a was hurt. Tho freight was running nnd take no other. where than tho clever young man Seat in the United States Senate af- about an hour ahead of the passenwho writes under the nom de plume. ter having been nominated by the ger train which is due here nt 4:40 of Argus on tho Xouisville Herald. party nt a primary. Those four men A. M. nnd the railsprcad delayed of the He is a democrat true and tried nnd refused to nbido by the will Bradley traffic nbout 9 hours, it being 12:30 party and voted for W. O. Stanwhen the passenger reached nothing is too good for him. a Republican who hns almost filled ford. out tho Senatorial terra that belong left mo with a frightful cough and Tho very weak. I had spells when 1 could Senator Ollio James epent a cou- ed to Beckham.never Democracy of Junction City. hardly brcatho or speak for 10 to 'JO recovered from ple of days in Louisvillo early in tho Stato has minutes. My doctor could not help bo satisfid Miss Sarah Richardson wns iu the week, and was besieged by seek- that theft and never will righted me, but I was completely cured by and Danville Snturdny. ers after federal office plums'. To until tho wrong hastobeen to elect do it all he gave a courteous audience, the only way movMr. nnd Mrs. Huher Roberts Beckham at the next August .and said he would decide upon no mary. This tho Deiuuerncy of pri- ed to Dnnvillo last Thursduy. tho talking the matendorsement before Mrs. George Ferguson nnd chilis our Stato nnd ter over with tho president and tho ment demands done this matter judg- dren nro visiting friends and relaMrs.J.E.Cox,Jollet,IlI. who will bo no Congressmen of the territory affect60c AND $1.00 AT ALL DRUGGISTS. tives iu Mt. Vernon. two-hours- . ed. He loft for Washington Mon- may bo the candidates for the honor. . We most cordially endorse tho Mr. Wultcr Wnllin, of Danville, day. No man will have more say taken about the patronage in Kentucky editorinl on that subjectJournal, from was tho guest of his uncle, Mr. J. E. the Stanford Interior and Wnllin Sundny. than James. believe that a largo majority of tho Mr. Charles Kinkier, of Danville, Democracy of the Stato will endorse wns tho guest of his cousin, Miss Col. W. P. Walton, former editor it. Susio Roberts Snturdny. of the I. J. is being mentioned as Col. Georgo F. Anderson, who has Miss Alma Cosby is nblo to bo the prosooctive postmaster of Lexin the Post offico again, after havington. We hopo that bo can land it. announcod for tho Democratic nomi- ing had a slight attack of la grippe. His new startling illusion is "The Soldier, Tke Priest, and The Devil." This is his-- , comes No better postmaster could bo found nation for Representative, Mr. and Mrs. Lester Hilton, of out for Bcckhnm for latest mystery and is said to be the most baffling act ever undertaken by a magician. It nor democrat wno more truly de United States Senator. In this ho Stanford, spent Sunday with the serves such recognition. lie has is a combination of effects during which Mr. Laurant assumes three characters at almost voices the sentiments of almost ev- hitter's mint, Mrs. Henry Tharp. fought for years for tho party ho ery Democrat the same time. An escape is made in full view of the audience and instantly an apMr. James Thnrpe, of Knoxville, in Boyle county. ..M .m 9 mloves bo well without thought of re Dnnvillo Messenger. Tenn., is here on nccount of tho illpearance is made in the appearance of the Devil. It is wonderful. In the "Wizard's. ward or office. grandfather, Mr. William ness of his Supper" which Mr. Laurant presents the audience is treated to many dishes of magic Tharp. Wedding at Junction City 9avmm n, cookery. Mrs. Lucinda Edwards, of Following the general custom, the W. P. Nooe, a well known fanner, Nothing Is more Important U passed through here FriI. J. has issued but one paper this residing on A. W. Carpenter's place tho bomo than clear, etcady. day, en routo to Middlcsburg, to see allow its employes week in order to lisnc insure mis oy gewnte the oil that burns clear ana to celebrate Thanksgiving in the near Morcland, and Miss Cordelia her son. who is ill. clean without a nicker down to Mr. J. E. Wallin and family have proper way. Tuesday's issue was Taylor, of Harrodsburg, were marthe lait drop, i'ennajlvanla skipped but we nake up for it by ried at Junction City early in tho moved to this place from Brodhead. cruds oil reflned to perfcyion. n Costs no more than the fdviag one subscribers eight pages week, by Rev. It. B. Chopin, of tho Mr. Wallin is a special agent for the kind save MON12X Presbyterian church. Mr. It. II. Q. & C. We are indeed glad to have today. eavei WORK avea eyes. d6ath-knel- l. .Your dealer bai SOLITU oila West, the popular produce buyer of such a distinguished family in our AUect (root cue In barrel midst. that city, acted as best man and work. Mr. Charles Cosby loft Tuesday Tke lady wffrarettea are having It. II. Roxcll as usher. Mrs. Whit- acnight Tenn.. Chat: a gmt jellifieatie ia Philadelphia tinghill and daughter Lebanon cept a for Knoxville, Cosby to forposition. Mr. was over their victories in several states Junction, attended the of Uatavflte, Kjr.l bride. The merly employed by the L. & N., rail wkejw tiey .obtained tbe ballot at the Winery at 'Warrea, G--. happy pair will make their home in road as ticket agent at this place 2We the celebrates vetiag hi Keataeky. IWncoln, and have the best wishes We recret very much to see one of the ladies are Care" Auto OH, o May fnends. T "oar girls" looking so sad. N deatt of U .it's turning ton. who 2. also-delighttho-Stn- There is considerable talk around of "postoffice primaries." to learn 'who are the peoples' choico for postmaster in various communities. Of course, this is a nice thinj; to think about, but would hardly be eo nice if carried into general practice, with, tho ensuing squabbling, and hauling and pulling, not to mention buying, of voters that would result. Congressman Ilnrvey Helm has ta'kcn tho position thnt he is amply nblo to find a good postmaster in each town in his district, and will not try to dodge the, issue in any case. lie naturally will endeavor to take care of those who have becu his the "pie' as' friends, distributing best ho can and in the fairest wny possible. As the only democratic congressman in the southeastern end of the state, his endorsement is going to be a valuable asset to any office-seeke- r. They are coming thick and fast after him, bnt he is proving himself competent to hanwith dle a difficult situation the utmost tact and diplomacy. Those who have been his friends may re3t assured ho will not forget them. The Danville Messenger aptly ex- iiie&wd the situation in tbe following editorial this week: "Every gentleman who has approached lion. Harvev Helm on the subject of getting an offico has been treated with tho greatest consideration, no matter how small the job asked. He has likewise been assured that his claims will bo given a most careful consideration. All say .Mr. Helm has mndo no reckless, offhand promises, which fact in itself bespeaks great wisdom upon tho part of tho Lincoln county statesman. Jfany men, in position to dictate appointments, have been known to promise everything nt hand to anybody snd everybody i" P'Kht, and then go square back on thnt promise, but, as The Messenger stated in Mr. Helm's canvass, he has never been known to violate a promise or turn down a friend." ing list of pupcra over the state which are ilcniiindiiig that tho make good tho nomination lor U. S. Senator btolcn from him in c. 1008 by four traitors iu tho Tho Xowa sayss "Xo citizen can quctstion tho administration of Hon. J. C. W. lleck-liaas Governor uf Kentucky, and no uood democrat approves thb treachery of four democrats of thu legislature who took a mess of pottage and gavu thu Scnntorship to a republican, V. O. Uiadloy. Their pottage is demonstrated by the fact thnt those four cut beds under Sen ator Bradley, mid thus thu Hon. J. C. V. Beckham, was defeated for tho United States Senatorship. Since thnt memorable bcssioii of tho legislature, Beckham has been all the while in private life, working quietly for the success of tho democratic party, working and making speeches in democratic congressional races, Gov. McCrenry's race and for tho ticket, and. time has proven tho wisdom of his stand in the Louisvillo Quberna(oriP) conven tion, nnu Just nut not feast uq lias nnd political been tio personal friend of that cwuljdotq for the nomination, who wns piesidential nominated by tho Democratic party and elected president of thu United States. Beckham is the statesman of the hour in Kentucky. There is an undercurrent for him for tho nest United Senatorship which will sweep tho state, at tho next August primary." dem-mocra- cy leiria-latur- ef Dee KhM it Dettray-- 1 Wins Dinner Set in Sam RefctoMn's Cantest This Week near Waynwbwi is being big Piano context than nny other of the kind over held in tliM part of tho stntc. Xow, contesthiVfls. you Imvo more inducements now than ever before. Oct busy, nsk .vow; friends Jo save votes for you, but plenso do not a.sk them in the store, as this is forbidden. Miss Jcssio Wood Lvnn won tho dinner set offered this week. The xtnnding nt the last count was: l 4:1 :i,P2o 8.no.Biinwn Tlcv. C. II. Greer will prcnclr nt Wnjncsburg, Xov. '28. Thu house Kent's Creek church Sundny nflcr-noo- n belonging to Dee Kidd burned down at 2:30 o'clock. Sunday with his For holidny presents which will child in it. Mrs. Kidd had gone Inst a life time go to Mueller's jew- down to her father's to milk and left the child in tho house. When shu elry store. OOtf 10 turned homo shu found the child For Kent For 1013 property burned to death. now occupied by I. M. Bruce, on The meeting nt the Hall is prohngnii avenue. A. T. Xunnelley. 04 gressing nicely. They are having good crowds. ffTAre Of Ohio Ott or Toudo. Cook Alford'.s hoiie and all of Litis covm. f THAXX J. CHtltT ITlJkM Oath tMt tW W fMllof rartnrf vt Xhr Drm el F. 1. OHEMf A V. dM his household good wcic destroyed buslnnM In lb Cltf tit Tolrdo. OwiMjr nnd Mtc the other day by fire. mrpMhl, and ttwt MM Brm will pr th mm il ONK HU.Nimhl) IfOI.I.AHM for rarh and fvrry .Miss Xerva Sims npd Will raw ot Catarrh that finnot be rurrd br Mr cm ol Htu Catarrh cvre. wcic uinriicd Xovemhcr 22 by FRANK J nir.NT.V Kworn to txforn m and nibyrlticd la my pretcne?, KcV. Singleton. thu ih dtr ot IMnmbrr, A. !.. UM. A. W. OtXVOV, Mr. Kiiho CurtN, of Wnyncshurg, KOTART ltiUC tins bought nu nutomohilo to carry llall'a CaUrrh Cur U Ulrn Intcnultr anj art! dlrrttlr upon tbe blood and tnuroua aurlami ot the the mail in und the first time that i.I.ii fcwwfl fn " ,wjiiiimiI.I. trmm F.'j7cilKNEY A CO, Toledo. O he xfnricd out in it he wns a day and Bold br all Pratihtt tk. l half ninking the trip. They got fait ItaU'f FamllT iiim rnr motlpallon. homo about 11 o'clock in tho night You want the oest policy when When they got to Buck Creek they vou Insure. See Fish & Bromley, were out of gasoline and tho enr fillStanford, Ky. Insure everythlna. ed up with wntcr nnd they had to get u team to pull them up the lulls. Don't forget Doc 1 the percent .Icse McCurrey who got his arm goes on nil unpaid taxes. If you shot und broken is getting nlonj hnvo not paid, this is for you. W.L. very well. 04-- 1 MeCarty, Sheriff. . Key-nol- By far more intercut in yam Hobinaon' .( I 9,!)2."i .'M010.740 4 Jl 10.1(10 , 45 7.fl0r 1,720 15.155 14,4120 4051,(1:15 (14:1,570 7 ! 10-9- 0,450 4709.01)5 4840,9:15 50 18,115 19,000 T.0,225 ,730 U10,100 10 17 62 5:i 55-57- 5119,105 1418,010 1545,810 77.4S0 .".3,305 lit 51,015 5118.010 5S 59 00 5050.105 5719.705 50.k05 19,405 19,005 Says Beckham is True Blue The Harrodsburg Leader, the leading Progressive nowspaper in Central Kentucky prints the following: About tho warmest contest Unit will loom up in tho near future is that of a successor to Senator Bradley. While we do not propose to take any part in tho fight and hnvo nothing against any of the prospective candidates, we arc impelled bv a nsc of fairness to "render unto Caesar the things that are Caesar's," and cherish the hopo that Gov. Beckham may receive the endorsement of his party. At ono timo wo were doubtful of Gov. Beckham's sincerity, in reference to the liquor traffic, but having been in close touch with him for several years sinco and watching and weighing him in this respect, as well as others, wo are impelled to pronounce him turn blue . lie not only deserves it from his party, hut he deserves it as a man. We hnvo differed politically, but this difference wns not bitter or bigoted. There nro few more courtly or kindly mm in Kentucky, than Gov Beckham and his refusal to enter into nny trade with tho "interests" in his senatorial fight with Senator Bradley shows a truer metal thnn is usual, and even if ho was defeated he carried with him the consciousness of having dono right, stood firm for principle and wns really the victor in tho fight. Tho time has now come when his party can honor njm ns he deRnrvpR and wn believe it will. There is no question about his populnrtiy with the rank and file of party in Mercer tho Democratic county and the man thnt beats him here will know that he has had a race. For Sale. Well broke, year old Lost Two Fingers in Corn Shredder Mr. James Itnmho, of Mnywood, bird dog; guaranteed to be all right. accident Call at Morgan's A. E. sustained a very serious store. this week, when two fingers became 02,3 Grimes, I?. F. D. Xo. 1 fastened in u cutter while shredding A snlendid selection of watches loililer and were loppel oil. tie clocks, jewelry etc., for Xmas prcs - !'""! tlio hand dressed, but the injury 92-t- f. ents at Mueller's. ,'" n vcr.v pniuful one. 2041,870 2142.900 2210,125 2315.495 2415,305 2553,445 2010,105 2719,355 2S 30 1945,31(1 0117.875 0240.795 0310,325 0148,335 0510,405 0750,555 08 09 70 71 17.S10 02.S05 72.0S0 57,710 0(149,280 2917,455 3115,210 3244,885 3317.005 3415.270 15.205 17,055 7243,775 7351,005 7 119.700 7555.255 guests of Miss lUnnche Harnette. Mist Maggie Htngg, of Stanford, is vititing her nistcr, Ms. Will Iliffe Mins Allio Stngg visited her aunt, Mrs. (leorge Bradley, Inst week. Mr. Sylvester Newton left Friday for Somerset whore ho linn accepted n position. Miss Lula Thackcr, of Klixir SpringH, is the guest of Mr. nnd Mm James Powell. .Mr. Joo Williams, of the McKinncy section, wns here Saturday en route to Brndfordsvillc. Mrs. F.ugcno Pope visited her pal, ents, hero last week. Miss r.ffie Drye, of McKinncy, visited Miss Annie Dunn last week. Mr. and Mrs. McKeo Riffo nnd Mr. nnd Mrs. J. K. Helm motored to Lexington Snturdny, for n few days' visit to relatives nnd friends. Mr. Clevo Dunn, who has a jkisi-tio- it with the Southern Awning Co.. at Nashville, is here for a few weeks hunting, Mr. und Mrs. It. M. Ilouchin nnd Miss l.uln Thncker, of Elixir Springs passed through here Monday en route to Dumillc. MihMw Mary Lee nnd Elizabeth Given;., of Hiilihle, isited their cousins Mim Black (livens nnd Mrs. J. A. Hnmninuds Inst week. Mis Josephine Sandidge, of Moc-lan- d and her attractive vNitor, Miss Margaret Davis, of Danville, were here Tuesday afternoon. Mis Cora Mac Ooodo is with friends in Louisvillo this week. Mis Mnry I). Kennedy, of Stnn-foris the guest of .Miss Black (livens. Mr. Barney Leigh has purchased the home nnd lot owned by .Mrs. II. James und will rnnvo hU family thcro shortly. Miss Lucy Alcorn arrived homo from Louisvillo Wedncdnv. Mrs. J. O. Wentherford left Wednesday night for Xnshville. Tenn., for a visit U her son, Boyd Wentherford. Mr. nnd Mrs. W. R. Williams spent Thanksgiving day with Mr. and Mrs. Frank Mansfield nt Lex' ington. Misses Ruth Tanner nnd Rose attended the foot ball gnmc at Lexington. Col. (iroigtt D. Wrfitherford nnd Mr. Cnrroll Reid left Wednesdny j.iorring iliintsville, Tenn., for a few days' limit with Judge James Baker. Mis Lula M. Bruce nnd M. J. d, ECZEMA CAN BE CURED! I Will TO0-WH- Prove It To You At My Expwwei MtSKHABt.r, ARK RTJFFIR-IN- C' TUB TORTUKHS OK KO.RMA. WHOSR PAYS TREATMENT WHICH WHOSE MOUTH AUK 11V MADE RI.r.KI'M'.sa THE TF.lt II 1IU.B ITOII-IN- O. DUit.NINO PAINS. I.RT MK SKNU YOU A KREE TIUAr. OP T11K AUK CURE YOU. IWIM.KKNPI has cukud iuwniu:ns IIKI.IHVK Wlt.I, I wrtlOII VOUKI'AIU. JUHTWHUK MKAI.KTTKK. OR SEND YOUR NAME AND ADDRKSS ON A POSTAL CARP. I Wlt.r. 8KND TUB TREATMENT TREE 01' COST TO YOU. J.C. II UTZELL, m W. Main SUFLWar no. I oat IT KKKR. TAIn. WITHOUT ANY ODMOATIOM OH Dnnvillo, wero guests. of Miss Ada Alcorn Wednesday. Mr. John Q. CarMo Alcorn, who. for threo years has held a most responsible position nt Hugo, Okln... urtiw-Tuesday to spend Thanksgiving day with his father, Dr. Ed Fnrris, Jr., of Al-eo- Interesting Notes From Richmond (Richmond Climnx) Misses Elirnbeth Miller nnd Frances James will spend Thanksgiving; with Miss Jennjo Rankin nt her homo nenr IincaRtrr. Mr. Charles F. lliggins and Mrs-II. Turlcy Jr., will go to Stanford to attend n reception to bo given by Mr. and Mrs. John S. Bnugbmnn in honor of Mr. nnd Mrs. Robert O. fr SATURDAY NIGHT one of the best numbers of this season's ar s Lyceum Course LAURANT & CO. admitted by all to be one of the most notable cs-Go- v. MAGICIANS of the present day. PNEUMONIA New Discovery DR. KING'S Laurant carries two assistants, a musician and a large amount of baggage for scenic effects. enabling him to give the highest class performance ever seen m STANFORD. Laurant's programme is divided into three parts, and the actual entertainment runs for almost The first feature is a flower prelude. Following this prelude, Mr. Laurant introduces his latest features of slight of hand, etc., occupying almost 30 Mr. minutes. flat-foot- TOhcy Eliza-bethtow- thmLmmpOllthml Eytm tank-waro- CrSM M K r ee-1- S These Lyceum entertainments are the highest class attractions that have ever visited Stanford, and unless the people patronize the remaining attractions this season, it will sound the to shows ot this character in the future. A number of seats are sold, so if you want a good L. PENNY'S Drug Store and have seat, go to them save you one. Prices 35c and $Oc. v TTT 'fJ 5. .r THE mtwH., Sin-clett- in ML Miss Mnry Wnlden (looch of Paris, is visiting Mrs. W. M. Duncnii. Dr. W. N. Craig was down from Herea to upend Thanksgiving with his family. Mrs. J. M. McCnrty nml children, of Danville, nre tho guests of Mr. W. L. McCnrty. Mrs. J. W. Acey was tho guest of her pa rents, Mr. nnd Myrs. Win. Hughes nt Lnncnster Friday. Rev. Wm. Hopper, of Iluniside, Mopped over hero between trains on Friday on his way to Corbin. Mrs. 11. IC. Hourno-hn- s returned to her homo in N'cw Cnstlc, nfter a visit to relatives and friends here. Mrs. J. F. Cummins and .Miss Ida Leo Petlus are in Ctnb "Orchard visiting Mrs. II. D. Campbell. Rev. W. S. Orinstcud, of London, is here to seo his daughter, Jlrs. J. R. Harris, who hns been ipiito ill for seernl weeks, hut is thought to be --- -- .Mrs. J. F. HtiMnm titi Mrs. A. 8. Vnller and Wnllwv. Mis) (Ojrtrude Wirinson is Ihc WnymjibnrR 'bntitliiK. I'Hca Nvero in DnnvlUe Tuesday. guest 'of Misses fHesV.o nnd Willie Mr. Hlia C)ok (s ahlo to hu out Mtm. W. II. 0'Hiitnon mid MiiMn Wilkinson nt I.ncnter. nfter n severe ntUck of 'tonsilitis. IjoMie ( in son mid 'Lylo Cooper worn Mr. M. K. 4Ioivlo is visiting her .Mrs. J, F. Lnriic, of l.onihvillc, is n Danville ToesUiv. NtT, Mrs. J K. Vminrtidnlo nt r. Miss Kill1 IlMvis llaney wos the wvjtmc her iiioIIkt, Mrs. Huff ' kucsI of Mm. 'Hurry Fryo at Hubble Mr. Mike'hiismnn, of San Frnn-risi- v, Mrs. II. D. Crlef U visiting Iwt Thanksgiving. CnK, ias the guest of friends Prof, mix! Mjs. Walter (). IIopMr 'mother, Mts. Snllm (l.iode nt Mit- . of Mt. ,stttr!iiiK .vpent Thanksirivini; hero ievrnl days. ehrlUhuiv Mr. (InrlniKl Hlnulelon is victim: with his pi rents, Mr. and frs. Geo. Mrs. Horsey mid little- dnughtcr, relatives and friends at Wwynes-huri- !. D. IIopT. of Louisville, nre hero visiting her i 'Carpenter mid little daugh- sister, Mrs. K. D. Ends. Mrs. John AVnllneo of Sivrincfield, ter, of Djijt.m, 0., aits KiMist.s of Mr. Mrs. Hailey nml daughter of is here iih llie trueMt of her "brother, A. W. Cmpeiilcr near Morelnnd. arc guests of .Airs. T. I). Mt. William Thompson, of Mt. .1. I. llolderiuiin and wife, Venxiii, was lien the Kiiest of Mr. New laud. Mrs. (Innilc and ehildivn. of Miss Joan Mount has relumed to Gwldng under modern methods and conInd., nlu the vaetls of her L. V. I itiuli- - f"i TUanksgiviu. Mr. Charles Jlurinns was tho. truest shoit iit to her uncle, Mr. II. J. Dink Fanner mid family. father, Mr. veniences is made so attractive the whole . Adolin Woods McRoberts, and family. Mr. Kit 1'aiks of KtVhuiond, was of his xiUt, ilr-iMis. Kwing nnd children, of JuncInto this week with his relative, Col. 'IJinnks,'iiiir. family is becoming interested. .Messrs. (Jeorce anil Joseoh Hop- tion City, nre the guests of Mrs. E. Samuel T. 1 Inn is. T. Hcii7ley. "These biscuits are delicious; this cake is II. Murphy i roufiued to his per enme homo from Danville to .Mrs. W. II. Worsham, x)f Corbin, lied nt his home nour Turnervitle, spend Thauksyivini; with their pareexcellent," says the father. " I made them," Vith u coin1icatioii of troubles. Hl' nt-, Mr. and --Mrs. (leorvo Hopper. bus been the recent guest of her Missus Lottio Carson and Lylo parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Cover. hns been ill for two weeks. says the daughter, and both father and .Mis, II. p. Ulas.cox and daughMr. .1. 'l. Wilkinson wh is liohf-iii- Cooper won- tlio puest of Miss Lis- ter. Anna Rose, daughter beam with pleasure. aro visiting her n firio position in Louisville, sa Holtclaw in the oouulry Thanksmother 'Mrs. ifo-- e. at Parks, ilie. HIM'iit riunday heru with his parents, K' "' Royal Baking Powder has made home Mrs. Clcveluiid Kosn und Mis. Kd Mr. ami Mrs. Cralle. of Ileritcese, Mr. und Mrs. Kd Wilkinson. f Lnueiister, were tho are the guests of Mr. and Mrs. J. 0. baking a success, a pleasure and a profit, and The aued .Mr. Alex Martin is I'urkius, y Caillon. very ill nt his homo near Itoulaml (jtiests of Mrs. J. C. Huliauks the best cooking today the world over is, ami Thursday. Judge J. W. Alcorn hns returned and his mends nre alarmed over .Mr. I. W. Whipp and family hnve home after spending several his condition. Ho is 78 years of ae. days done with its aid. Miss Mabel Oittn and Inolher Wil- moied o Liberty to make their liom(. nt bur (linn, of I.f.xiiiiit on. will 1" the the l'oll.iwinc year. They have made J. J. Heath, of Net York City many friends bete who leretted to miests of Misses Lutes Tliaiik-mv-in- ir. st.Pral dnvs the first of the soo them leave. week with his sister, Mrs. A. IL Personal and Social. Mrs. .1. 1). l'tusfc of Cxivimrtot, h Lutes, Mary Lee Mr. nml .Mis. M. K. I'ruitt nnd Severance. Miss's lir KiicHt of. Mr'. V. 1'. Dfclion. nml r.lirnbeth (livens werp quests of ehildrun, of Itiiruside and Mr. Vest Miss Allene Houriie of Lancotcr, Miss Joan Patrick lino been flick Mr, (ii.otto, f Pnrksville, nvnM 3lis Hlaek (livens ami Mrs. J. II. Chancellor wer the quests of Mr. took the hevcral Jays. train lieic Thursday for for tho Client "f Mjn. II. P. GJasdeox Ilnmmoiids last week of IIiMoiivillo. and Mrs. J. W. Willinms Livington to Hcv. 1'. L. Urueo urenched at .Mrs. her Tuo-dii- y. Jlrs. C. L. (lover and sifter. Miss Sunday. F. Neighbors. T. Ro, of Lebanon Junc- Fmtna Jleier, aro their sister Mr. Mr. nml Mrs. Will Sovcrance, Mr. J. Mr. and Mrs. X. W. Fo'Ue and Mis Hclli Denny in tho gueat of tion, is Iirm viniting his bister, Mrs. Mrs. Hemic Hoeliu, m Louisville for and Mrs. A. II. Severance, Heath children sji.it Tlinnk-givin- g II. I'. niiiKi'ox J!i.s Instill WnlLtir at LnncniUr. in Rieh-inoiovrnl days. rieveranee, nml Miss Kinma Warren , Mr. nnd Mrs. K. K. llnti'lunr-- i were .Mr- -. Hcn-dieof Lciiiu!toii, in Mr. and Mrs. H. 0. Hamilton with his Mw. (lull-.av- , motored to Frankfort nnd spent the tho giic.it of Mr. unl Mm. V. S. tho stifsts of "Mr. mid Airs. P. W. eaiiD up from I.ebiiuoii .Junction to Malinn ju Dnrvwllo Wetlnosdnv. eat Thanksgiving tin key with his day with Mr. Joseph Severance nnd ish. M'r. nnd Irs. UFedsoe liailey and Mr. Joe "Wall ltout mid Mies Isa mother. The former liroueht nlon-- family. Mrs. .Russell I. Brown is the cuost Attorney W. S. Htiroli. Judco Ikiilej sjient Thanksgiving with County hero a Ins doss and will put in several of Imt parent. Dr. and Sirs. 1. S. Kloyd of lltw'.unville. w who is in Hot Sprinps to bo treated Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Hailey at Crab hhort time Saturday. day hunting quail. W'ohIcv nt liberty. Mrs. V. It. Rice has retumeil to Tho Kood news comes from for Cfzcmn. writes friends here thnt Orehaid. Mr. Lognn McCnll spent 6ndny Mr. and Mrs. W. K. Shngars and Vn Hint Harris Coleman, he is being greatly benefitted by his Iut home nt Louisville after a visit friend ut Marot-lnir- to 31 with relative his rs. Susan Yenucr. who is ill nt the University of stay nnd thnt ho will bo nt; home son, W. K. were tho guests ofShu-gaMr. and Mrs. V. It. fimith am rethere is doinc well. Ho has Christmas if ho to improve sisters, Misses Lillian and Iles Ii Minnie Riinniicc, of Junction joicing oer tin- - arrival of a little a cenunino cnio of typhoid fevex at Richmond,' Thniikgiing. present rnto. Citv in tho cuesl of lier bister. Mrs. mn nt their home. and his mother is in constant attend- nt the Miss Mary Wilson nnd her visiW. Vernon Richnrdson, the Dnn-vilJ. II. Joaca. Mrs. J. II. Huitlo will vMt her ance. Miss Lillian secnewspaper man, who will went tip to Lon- p.irrntfi. Mr. ond Mrs. Thomas Head Dr. 11. h. Dntcf-ou nml Fred Conrsey, I. A. Cooke, Mr. and Mrs. John retary to Senator Ollio James,bo is in tor. wont to Crab Elliston, of Orchard Thursdon Monday to 4inrvo uvt tho federal nt Plate. ICv., next week. of Cineinnati, jury. Mrs. T. I). HnmK of Chesterfield. Howinau, Clnudo Hebter and Tilden Louisville helping his chief with his day to visit her parents, Mr. aud Mr. S. A. PbillmR mistnnt cash- III., him Ifcn the recent guet of her (looeh. of Knit's Jfountniti, have correspondence nnd taking charge of Mrs. Chas Wil&on. Mr. and Jlrs. John Banghman nnd tho sillers, Mr. J. 31. IMiillips anti Mrs been enjoyini: their nnnunl hunt nt r-elect, office seekers' rush on the Senatoier t llin Hank id. Kentucky nt "Ilieh" is handling him- Mr. Carrie Hruce, of Danville, atthe home "of .Mr. and 3Irs. Will Hesww Iilto Sunder und Mon- Iko Phillips. self like u cternn and ha? already tended the reception given by Mr. Miss Anna Dnvi McRobcrtu was ter in tho country. day, V. W. Wnlters nml family aro shown thnt he will bo n valuablo nlly John S. li.iughman, Wednesday evenNorman Ir. and Mr. E. J. Xcrown wore Iho ruest of Misi Jessio Thnnks-giviu- g. Jnmes during his six ing. culled to Mt. Vcrnvii Moiwlnv n tho Oruteher nt Xicholasvillc movinc into tho apartments over 'E. to Senator Mr. enrs' term in Washington. T. I'enee's bu-- v estnblisbment. account vt (hi illn.--s of lor father. Mr. and Mrs. Hohon Campbell, Sheriff W. S. Kmbry ami wif Kichardon will begin his active ser-ir- o Mis Martha Sacray, Mr. and Mrs. itv Attorney rhenniilt Hucuelv, Mr. J. JT. CrifGn. on March 4. next, tho same day of riiciibonu. 1 Pmivilir. oan t TliiirpiinV. lie J1 crenpv the cottssc en Lo-aMiss Moss Shucaws. IT. Moer, were tho gue-t- s of Mr. irelo of friend in avenue, nrnted by 3Ir. Wnlters and Col. Jnmes dons tho togn in the C. hurt rcltiriMol limnn nfter a visit ti has n wale nnd Mrs. Will Ball nt Lancaster Louis-vill- o Hou-merienn of Lords. her brother, Mr. W. K. Sbiwara und hluuford and tliev nlwnys extend nlnili Mr. Kmbry boucht some time Thursday. Times. the bind hund to hnn. family. aw. Mesr, $ must be to have a cough hang oa for three months. Mrs. Maria Primrose, of 87 Kftwrtt "I ha4 Street, Hrooklyn, N. Y., a very heavy cold which settled lnta a chronic cough, which kept ma awako nights for fully threo month, nnd felt tired all tho tlmo because mt rest was broken so much. The effect! of taking your cod liver and Iron remedy, Vino!, la thnt my cough Is gone. I can now get a good night's rest, and I feci much stronger In every way." It Is tho combined action of tho--' medicinal elements, cods' llrore, aided by tho and strongUi creating properties of tonic Iron which makes Vlnol so efficient In curing chronic coughs, colds and bronchitis at the samo tlmo building up tho ROAL BakingPowder Absolutely Pure imm in Dud-Orra- Are Being Cured by Vlnot. Did yon orer cough for a montM Then Just think how dltrealac It lr Thaiil-sgiving- iy: Hr-ni- nl i blood-makin- g i ! ''I K )miroing now. Wed-neda- Lui-ind- ro si-t- ul daut-hti-r- n. -- -- r Clmr-lotlsvil- le. td c- Vir-uin- ia. rs Mr nnd Mtk IL C Wrny mid children, of Danville, wero guests of her mother, Mrs. Woodio Halo on Thursday. Miss Sara Hundley, who is attending school nt St. Catherine's enmn home to spend Thanksgiving holidays with her mother, Mrs. Laura Hundley. Mrs. R. II. Batsou ,and dauglitei Cecil, Mr. F. Hurt and Miss Susie Hilton, of Lancaster, attended tho Hnnnnh-llilto- u wedding hero Inst Snturduy. Mrs. Hello Perkins and daughter, Mrs. Cleveland Rose, of Garrard. hnvc returned home nfter n visit to her daughter, Mrs. J. C. Eubanks. Miss Annie Leo Eubanks returned with them to remain several days. Micali B.' Chrisman, n former Dauvillo boy, but who is now traveling out of Chicago, was here for Thnnksghing with Miss Susnn Fisher Woods and his cousin II. R. Snuf-ley. derstanding that your mony !U b TCturnod U It docs not help you. Penny's Drug Store, Stanford, Ky. Air. Harry Tomlinson and Mis3 Welch, of Lanenster, wore here Friday for n hhort time. Mr. and Mrs. T. J. Baldwin, of Portland, Ore., nro visiting Mr. and Mrs. J, L. Tanner at McKiuncy. Dr. nnd Mrs. W. B. O'Bannou were in Lancaster Wednesday tho -- system. weakened, Try a bottle of Vlnol, with the run-dow- n un- guests of relatives and friends. Mrs. W. S. Denlinm spent Wednesday in Dauvillo with relatives and friends. Messrs. T. B. Robinson nnd J. R. Mount, of Lancaster, called on Congressman Harvey Helm Friday. FINEST HAIR DRESSING FOR WOMEN lc Ln-ton- ia, Lox-iitgto- u, . ."; 'l'''ti''6'l'K'''tiK'''l','K''6K't'6K''6'.''4K''tiK','ti,'.''Q,'.''i,.','9t. ,'.. ;).. ib.. .;... ; ,'.t'.,t.t,,,'.t,.,,'(t,t..'.i'...,..t .,;,t.,'.t'..,'t'..'.'...;t, ...t,.,. '.,'.,. . ,..',t-...'.- l .''''"'"'' .., !ii-l- -- De-pu- ty a e ..'..'. . ''; '; .. ; ''; ".'.'''. ... ., . ,., .'...;'..'... . Mrs. E. J. Brown is at Mnretburg, nt tho bedside of her father, Mr. Griflln, who is nt tho point of death. As he is 83 years of age, nil hope has been abandoned by his loved ones, who aro gathered around him nwuiting the end. Dr. C. L. llerrin, of Liberty, was here Thursday with bis friend, S. J. Bell. He was accompanied by Dink Wilkinson, formerly of Liberty, but now conducting a feed establishment at iluvinsliani, iellu. Mr. Wilkinson took the train hero for that placo. ..... ... , v a ''K''K't'l'm'Kt''t,l'''K'm'tiK''l''tiK','lt'''tiK''t''i'i'iit''tit'a t'.l',..'t:.,'.t,t,,'t,t,..t ...ti ,.,; ...; '...;.;.. ..., ... aBBaBal bbB Perfectly Delightful Full of Refreshing and Invigorating Qua-- ., lilies that Put Life, Lustre and Beauty into Hair. Use PARISIAN SAGE nnd your hnir won't turn gray, wont look faded or grow thin nnd scrngglcy. Dandruff will disappear, hnir stop falling; tho scalp will become white, and all germ lifo will be promptly destroyed. At dealers everywhere, 50 cents. Sold by G. L. Penny, who will refund your money if you nro not satisfied. The girl rrith the Anbarn hair is on every package of PARISIAN SAGE. immn-curnte- ly " 'if! m v ; "IV ft A REDUCTION CASE TF WE mark an article $8.00 and another store marks the same article $ 0.00 and each 1 m V k - tfi." 'i?.. t.Vtt . i?: L..V & TA'j -- . "i; fj Stanfor Sed." We have proven to the satisfaction of hundreds $2.00 of customers that our early prices on Coats, Suits and Dresses are less than stores usually ask. The time is now here for a reduction sale. You can readily see what a reduced price means at this store. These reduced prices are on this season's newest styles (not goods slightly out of style,) and it is worth your while to give us a call. We have a fine stock of beautiful suits of the newest materials and correct styles th off the regular price. which we offer at about store reduces it 4Nuff one-four- AW ?;i :. set .VTJ $10.00 At this price SI2.50 we offer At this price we offer is of $15.00 the cut price on a line very choice models. They are worth regularly '. AW AW .?? AW, you choice of a nice range of all wool, satin lined Serge and Fancy Suits; wonderful values for the you a great line of Serge and Scotch Mixture Suits. Elegantly tailored, good $18.50 to $22.50. At AW . i""i money. trimming, swell looking, the cut price they are a good buy. '! Wz rMw AW vt AW v i"i i"i JL SEVERANCE & SON New Coats, New Coats, just in-W- atch Kentucky Next Ad. ft ?YpWrlWf?; w the mi M'CREARY CAN'T WIN " :w MWft KfflTKY. FtAV, tfYEJjf ItH DISPLAY TO COST MANY THOUSAND CHILD WELFARE EXHIBIT ANC CONFERENCE AT LOUISVILLE NOVEMBER 21-3- Shot to death while out hunting Birds, Rabbits, Etc., Etc. with our shells. Winchester Leaders and Repeaters arc the best for field and trap. Let us quote you prices on the best shell on the market. Says Arws. Wha lelieves Govern Will te For leckham Hcrnltt, f the l.oulxvillc who Iiun earn oil the reputation of lie best posted mid fuiri'M. political writer tm nny ilnily minr in the ntntc, had the following interesting in tielc on the next nice for U, S. Senator in the Herald Alondnv: "In Mite uf nil Aiuiih iiisitN that fl.iv. Mel'rcnrv N too mnart a to enter a laeo when every-thiindicate his nvcnrhclmii"' The people don't lelish I ho idea of! a politician mnng buck on his word and the (lovcrnor ha uid tiiiv mid 111:11111 in pidilic that he would neer he a candidate for office, hat would we content to cnc four yeaix lis llovcrnor and then retire to his .MndNou county home. Hut the iAiuisvillo politician to whom Armis referied is nllini; not only to waer any amount of nionuv that AlcC'ieary will he a candidate, inn he wains to wilder a uooii'v sum that .McCreary will win. Of 'course (lovcrnor .McCreary could end all of this talk concoriiins: his tn'obahlc laudidacv hy u inir es or no. bclicws that he will ny the wind at the proper time and that he will not only decline to hecome a candidate, hat he will declare for Uu. lieckham. whv Mr. "There - everv rea-o- u Mel'tcitry should .support Gov. Heck ham, for had it not been for Keck-haMcCreary would not have been Governor of Kentucky today. Indeed he would never have been the democratic nominee. Only a few weeks before Jlclreary was nominated several of the. men who had timed him to make the race for Governor trietl to force him to withdraw in favor of Jiiilsr Allie W. Yotmz. John C. C. Mtiyo. Iliifits Vaiisuin and several others weie in on the scheme. "The plan was to force withdrawal, call off tho piimary and substitute a convention. In this way the schemers planned to nominate Judge Yoims for Governor and fi"ured thev would have a good chance to defeat Mr. James. McCreary, of course, refused to withduw. lie urged to do so time and ncain, but refused. "Durins: this time only one man ir who had been instrumental in McCreary to make, the race, httick to him. That mini was Gov. Mr. Heckham wu apBeckham. pealed to to withdraw his support abfrom McCreary, but he refu-e- d solutely to' desert MeCreury, even tlnotiuii his best friends were insiit-iuj- r that lie do so. Wiiliout Beckham the 8cheme must fail and fail it did, for Heckham was loyal to throughout. Beckuam MeCreury made enemies by sticking to and these same enemies uro the men who now aie undue MeCreury to run for Senator. It is not that they caie a rap about but they uie particularly cnjjer to defeat Heckham. Gov. Mc Creary knows all the facts in the case, lie knows them to he as Argus has stated them and tor that reason Argus believes that McCreary will not be u candidate. "What the Louisville organizatby urging Meion hopes to giiin Creury to become a candidate, ut the same time promising him the sunuoTt of this district, is past Ar gus' understanding. Any one ut nil familiar with politics m Kentucky knows full well that A-- O. Stanley is the only mini in the state who stands u ghost of a chance to de feat Beckuam. htunley is a uve wire. He is a tine cunipmi'iier and one of the best stump speakers in the wilt have photographs and chart showing how they are combining ro uglous, physical and mental training. Schools. Hoys and girls learn 'more quickly when education Is varied to meet their Individual needs nnd capacities. Onn o, tho largest exhibits will lie that of the Ijoulavlllo public schools, composed of photographs, charts nnd class rooms, where the parents may aco tho children nctlvely engaged In kindergarten nnd primary and other griulo work, as well as domestic sclenco, drawing, music, manunl training, nnd other modern school room activities. Photographs of schools In other cities, with charts giving facts as to cost, equipment and organization, will Indicate some of the lines nlong which the schools hope to develop. A room will bo devoted to nn Kxhlblt of thu Wider Use of tho School Plant, Including Social Centers, School Oar-deand Vacation Schools nnd I'nrent-Teachers' Atohs At Cost season's newest goetU. Nothrag reserved. We need the money and mean business. This is the best opportunity you will ever have to save money. Strictly a cash proposition. Goods charged will be sold at the regular price Monday, BEGINNING will mII Oct 2 lit, eur entire stock of Dry Goetk, Notion, Shoes, Etc., at absolute ceet. This imli-liei- n BE HELD IN BIG ARMORY ni de-le- For The Redemption of the Young ol the Preient Generation and Future Generation! Great Meeting Will be Held. Ar-L'l- is PENNY'S, The Rexall Store. The Kentuckr Child Welfare- Con fcrenco and Kxhlblt, designed for the ultlmnto redemption of tho children ol Kentucky, even until tho third and fourth Meliorations and primarily designed for tho reclamation of these children of the present generation, will be held in the commodious First iteRI ment Armory In Ioulsvlllc, Xoembci Tho exhibit proper will ho n session ten days. The conference will he In session threo days, Novcmbei and tho conference will lit held In the Wnrron Memorial l'resby lerian Church, corner fourth nni! llroadway, one of the most comenleut meeting places In Louisville. That tho child Is father to the mnn Is the belief of those back of the Child Welfare Kxhlblt, and to give tho child at least an even break for health, lib 21-37 :::::::: Associations. Tho Kentucky School for the Illlnd wlt make nn exhibit of Its Interesting and Important work. Recreation. liay time can tench children how to pull together and to "tote fair." A model Playground, full) equipped, will open to thn children under the diPhotorection of regular supervisor graphs nnd charts showing whnt Is furnishing the children In the way of recreation, can be seen here, also some of tho future plana of tho StrikHoard of Park Commissioners. ing features of moving picture shows, dance halls, nnd other commercial amusements will form part of this section. Hughes, i Stanford. Ky. &Co. in Age lliil Mm in Ways - The FIRST NATIONAL HANK, of Stanford is the oldest institution in this ficction of the atnte, having- been urgnnirod March 0, 1851. A bank to have stood the panics that have occurred in the (inst 68 ycnrn must be nil rigiit. This hnnlc todny in stronrcr and better than it ever was. ETSS' FwtSTT. Head Wear The most conspicuous garment a man wears is what he wears on his head, and he should use more taste and judgment in the selection of his hat than anything he wears. Our Hat case is simply full of the new, the good and stylish things. No man has ever seen prettier hats than those brown, tan and grey Velours we are showing this time-s- oft as a baby's cheek, beautifully silk lined, and costs $2.50, $3.50 and $5.00. STETSON HATS, you all know them-f- ull shapes, $3.50 to $5.00; young men's styles in soft, or stiff at $4.00. !.: . ' w fJtar0Jtf Country Life and Schols. SfaaaaW afM rWtcflf3uU . BWLi hi'iw :Wste.V.s jKj(t (lt3TrK!.l. . " THIS LITTLE PIG Tins little chiM jtlj , .made Irish lace . V I V t' t?NvWechtta r . - Kentucky nnd farms, forests streams nro waiting for the boy and girl who Is learning to use them. The child In the country needs ns tine a school as the child In the city. Conditions that affect child lire In the country as distinguished from the city will here be made clear. The valuable lessons country boys and girls are learning from the Corn nnd Tomato Clubs will be shown and rural schools and housing conditions explained by photographs and models. This Kxhlblt will be the first of Its kind ever made In a Child Welfare Kxhlblt. The Child and the Law. The law Is to protect, not to oppress, the child. This section will show the work and the needs of Institutions established by law for tho care of neglected, dependent aud delinquent children. It will nlso present the laws now existing fnr lh prntpollon of rhlldr.n, with nuggusilons for further legislation. While old in ne;e it is modern in methods. Our patrons, and they nro many, will testify to the fact that we take care of them in n manner both pleasing nnd satisfactory. Your patronage is respectfully nked. Remember our pledge of courteous treatment nnd honornblc denling. Our directory includes pome of the most prominent business men nnd farmers in thn section of the county. Try us. H. C. BAUGHMAN. Cashier. J. S. HOCKER. Pres. W. W. SAUNDERS. Ind. S. T. HARRIS. Vice Pres.. J. R. HARRIS. Rsokkeeser. The WE HAVE IT IN COAT SUITS. Wide-Awak- e get-tin- People ARE LOOKING FOR SOMETHING LADES' AND MISSES' COATS AND SO COME AND TAKE A LOOK. I jiiittftlvmil,kfo,(ijcuKi,jBff)i .:te'x&tr.jM,A.'3."trv'ir rv . want you to see them, even if you do not want one; we really love to show our new things. Men's fur caps, $2, $3.50 and 5.00. Corduroys, Plushes, Cassimers, with and without the ear protections, at 25c, 50c, $1.00 and $1.50, in beautiful fancy patterns. Let the boys do it cheershow them to you-th- ey CAPS--w- e crty and pursuit of happiness Its aim. The purpose of 'the exhibit will be shown "What we are doing for chll ilren; what we are not doing for children; what we ought to do for children." The Kentucky ChlH Welfare Kxhlblt organization ha been In existence since last January, bnt Its work hat been so unostentatious, so quiet, sr unobtrusive that few realize Its magnitude and cop. Beslnnlng the nlsh. of November 21 at 8 o'clock and last lng ten days the- public will nave an opportunity to judge of the vastnesi. of the undertaking. The exhibit will be held at the armory and will tie oiu dally from 10 o'clock In the mornlnt; until 10 o'clock at night with the ex ceptlon of Sunday and Thanksgiving day, when It will open ut 2 o'clock In the afternoon and remain open untl, 10 o'clock Industrial Conditions. wages In a family and the kind The of work done decide largely the child's manner of life. Figures and charts wilt give the wages of men and women, the accidents to Industrial workers, the cost of living, and the result of these wages nnd accidents upon the child's life. Pictures and stories will show the harm done a child by selling papers, dtilwrtng messages and working Hemes. The tdeat place for the child should be It i, L. SA1NDERS, (Till) Orchard, Ky. Crimp" will get you Old if yon don't look out! Had you ever thought about a new suit High top shoes, Corduroy Pants, Coat Jersey, Over Coat, Corduroy Suit ? own home. at night It section will be one of the most attractive of the whole exhibit. Here apartment will be shown a three-roofurnished for a hundred dollars, a model playground with toys that are playable and durable and games and home occupations for children, practical outfits of children's clothes made of materials that will wear well. A T!i fully. HJ.McRoberts STANFORD, KENTUCKY 4 "One thing certain Mctreary has little strength. His greatest treii"th would be the Wliiillen ciowil ami this crowd has neer won a lictorv in the stale. repeats that he does not "Ai-'i- is believe McCi'eary will be a candidate II.. believes the Governor is a iiitiu of his word ami will keep his promise to the people. However, if does make the race Argus piedicts that he will lie the worst defeated candidate that ever offered for the Scnatoiship m Kentucky" Mi-Cr- earx "If he could noil the lull strength of the Heckham opposition he would be in a fine position, but if this op position is divided then Heckham will walk in. Scope Comprehensive. Everything that relates to the child, and through the child to the parent will be dealt with. To epitomize th exhibit tt will consist of screens, moving pictures,, lira- exhibit, model dairy, model tenement, free clinics model dining-rooand kitchen, dirt; and clean barn, modal playground demonstration of the work done at thi School for the Blind and the Habtes .Milk Kund will have a booth which will be In charge of a trained mirte where mothers can leave their babies, and where fresh, pure milk will be pro- WealstkveafAliietfBe)iBal El vmm 'OaMtMvUs aWlktMWh wav Prok i t.JV VNMii sUVI mt jwrtvu-- p. i ''&& i'X 4 Rubbers Rltter foots. Everytluig to keep ytiDry ami Warn this Winter. Come m aid Iotk tbem over. ui t.iwt vided. ft Jill v.- We have a full stock of r.' iV ? Mating Stoves. Coal Vasts u oai Hoas.iiraies. c Call and see them. tf !., f f . The condltlona and needs of Ken tucky children will be shown In the following sections: Health, schools, the child and the law, settlements and edu uational movement, recreation, Indus trial conditions, moral aud religious Union Thanksgiving service at life, country life and schools, philanThe wn held at the BapHuston ville thropy and homes. tist church by Rev. V. S. Willis ut Five hundred volunteer "explainers" W::i0 Thursday. working In four-hou-r shifts will be well drilled In the particular branch they are to elucidate and will give any Information desired. The oltlcers of the Kentucky Child Welfare Kxhlblt uro: Mrs. MorrtB Hoik nap, president; Mrs. Alfred llniudleu, drat vice president; Mies KlUubeth Walsh, second vice president, Mrs. U W. Thompson, secretary; Dr, Anna Louis Strong, director; Miss Adeie Wearepayiig the btfkest llruudles, assistant director. Various committees and subcummlt' market price for Tvkeys tees have been work lng In their de partments and the results already acGive us a call before ye complished have been extremely gratl tying to thoso In charge. VACCINATIO- . N- Sam Robinson v. S OtPHTHaIAx. ' dowi aauv DCLAV DtuvTHtcowurHiaei .J M riMftrioti. MEAhSKATM- M.v,i vnl Turkeys l.iH,MMrt Shoes for Service Remember, we carry a full line of Barker fc33 pes for Men and Boys--thbest shoe made forh ardwear. e of wholesome food will be on view. Features of good and bad housing condltlous In Louisville will form a ktrlklng feature of this section. d'slay sell Much Detail Involved. W.RHiggins . I H. B. Northcott PHONE 153. W d, Ky. ! Stanford, Ky. The tremendous amount of detail work attached to such a stupendous undertaking can be grasped- only faint ly by a visit to the headquarters In the Armory. The only handicap thus far encountered Is the very serious one of money. The New York Child Wei (are Kxhlblt show cost $100,000 and ware visited by 2(0,000. The screen! Philanthropy. dependent child Is one who by poverty, the Illness or death of parents, or bad home surroundings Is deprived of a fair chance in life. Philanthropy consists largely In caring for this child. Striking drawings, photographs and statements will show how this child s supported In Its own home, placed In another home at cared for In an Institution. This section will also touch on the work with deaf and dumb and crippled children and those untor tumta In other way's. A ' W. E. PERKINS Crab Orchard, Ky IT' "" ' wywrnm- V wxnmFm V. r '. the mvm HW StuRMAi v6RMl NSWt rmm, yimicKv. friday. BtvEiita . m. 7" A. Remedy No Family Should Do Without tlnit THEPROOFKiuiPUDDINQ I -- " !nn r. tlkti ix i Aa E. A II Nil (n.'y Jn. Cooler.) A liusiiuy, rneetitu f tlk: PhnwM Honety Tiih called hid Tucidnv It wiiH limn In p!ipI ipw , nu the (litiu lapired fur tho (lul oircs. v. KkIm-i- I Curler, Ml wn lnc-'- " ' 'resilient 1" mircpcil Mr. Jonoiih Hiil, nml M!hh Mnrion (Iriinei wiw offii-cnV- Crab Hretiartf Hen IM Orndc 1. flydc Ja.inc, Willnnl I, Lenilford, Ilurnetto Snnder. lJpiinie Steward, Kate Sawder (lodfrey Tyni Ancil Ituilcilxo. OwhIcv Kiiiir.' Victln I o'.iiiscn Srcrrtnry, nml Mi-- ,Io.i-pin- up Cnrppiitpr is In rptiiniu Trpnn-iiri- -r of tlic MM'iolv. Tliu two tcauiH ii Imvc lost Dim limp nml won oncu lire to ili'lmlc on I lie (Itli of Dccciii-lic- r. Mims i:iln M. Il(ill7clnw nml M I'll It io W'nrrcii af Clns 'l.'i trn ni'li nli(lit oiw! rliiv lHt wek, hcm-Oii- SCOTT'S EMULSION im- - TR BEST PtnflF wafnnte la Ita rrrnrd eoontry l.itpniry Scicty Int Fridnv. it noHil wiih nml tlicv pM.iocd the .pruKrniii pry miicli. Tlic procrnm wns as follows: with li(. air of Ameri- in their A Inrjri" itu-i-i- The riuhlli mmlc m (lie Stniifoiil Ornilpd Scliool lipid nn iiicii of f ""' ''nennaied Qnat. aerrlee til 9n.tmlNyrariiif ('"! onl' 'ow cent Hi orr tiis I""" IS TESTIMONY ojfcnndrfdinf thounands sunns trr that riuajllytyof U Vnllt In on Nillder the "01 D HpllllillJC I'l'IM'ClltiollS of tlip hy the PrvHilcnt, Misn I'llsrinw. Jcnii I'iixIoii. .'I. Ilpiidins The lirrt Tlmiiks-uivinliy I'cnlinaiicl I. L'll. -- . u', WCICM" w In.-M- ult Chuni- Kcmliii .Matlipnv. l.itinliiiK of tlic The flii I i". proves the quality of breast milk it supplies the material for bone and muscle if scanty or thin, it makes it rich and abundant. For lxttlc babies a few drops of emulsion with every feeding produces marvelous effec- tsmakes new, firm flesh and ruddy health. SCOTTS EMULSION is the cream of the purest cod liver oil delicately emulsified into tiny particles resembling maternal milk and each particle is coated with glycerine no alcohol or stimulant a wholesome, nourishing, strength-makinfood. nre nbout Scott' Emulsion. Insltt on getting SCOTTS. frCOTT Slcwnrd. (Jrndc '. Uohert ItnlK Clnmlins (iooch. ,Iocili llamillon, Sam Kiajr, jt'liiy Sleward, HiikIi Wnllin, Dpshic 'BviiI, IIiiiI lliiutpr. Iliihy I'pnri .iiiiiips, miik, .Martin, Snrnh .May retliis Clara Doty Fih. (linilo H. Alma Hunter, Carrie Mnrtiii. Xniiiiif Frve.'Kvnn Kdmis-lohdwm Xcwhiml .McKinlcv Xcv-in- s. .Mnv n, Ko matter how healthy a may be It la aafe to aay ll.at are JL.mKnr month without of won!, conatlpallon. the Irawela, In "Vm. atrn If only lorary. The may start after the evening m"alfeellnaT lazatlte I not taken thot nUht It la certain that 1eep will not be and you will awaken unrefreahed. sound, Ifencc. It Ij Important for you and for II tho member of your family rood, reliable laxative bo alwaynthat a kept In the house for Just uch emercency. It Is sure to bo needed, and when you want It at hand. No family needed that I I. Xollifi UnulP Corum .Myrtle " V, Vl inn iiui on question" ofUw?R .lump- -. I'oiiiiy LpiKironl. Irene .Man-ni- l. w iciticujr. remedy to havo hand I. also of .lumps IJiiilov. Iliiydcn Ilyrd. Importance. st The laxatlvn most htKhty Ciiinphell ,od llamilton, Klihio by the majority of Intelligent KpiiiipiI.v, Keith Singleton. Americans aabelnir best for babies and (Irnilp .. In Hunter, Snllip llak-p- r. frownupa is Dr. Caldwell's Syrup 1'ep. (liiii'ie .Martin. Grn.lp Ilahcl Wnllin, l.ucy Smith, Ifohert Xpvin.--, Heiidlpy Sum Perkim, Henry Xapicr, Hell. Hehxic (leir.l, Hnxel .Middletoti, LoiiiHii WjiIIiii, Ohidys Wnllin, Annie red Kr-np- t..t d recom-mende- liquid laxatlre-tonlI1": mild, on robust fety to fS infant. lVn wlth Children like It because these Kenlle qualities and because It of Is pleasant to the taate. remedy you lX?t -- Ll have In the for any disorder of the atomach, hpuso and bowels, and liver many people like n. II. Moruan. hrlee Tenn.. and Mrs. II. C. Davidson, Wart-ra,c- f. Tenn., say they would as soon be without the nece.Altlifl ifti.i.i rt- Catdn ell's Hyrup Tepsln. Anyone wlshlne- tn mbIf. .u- ' A1" " "iul.r W JoXr0 iV L"8 ??.",.', "anple bottle sent to th home MontiiSf in'"v 405 washlnjton St.. r."1"""!' 'n!tlve d ' c, - l.t 1.00 MlWlW -.. Oltcnhcim. Our little (own is on a boom. Rov. will take vou at lowest cost. It holds the father I.c.1 has built an addition to World's hill Climbinq record and bests all reThat's why ynu will be mora tha his holts". Mr. John Wenljol nn.l urawun u in et.ry respect, Mr. John Fo,w mXe K,ii,tt.,l their cord, for economy in first and after costs. tft aart attars' It ktf hi wtfa Mill m Ian ttiatwi ili IBID Ulnar" .. m f Itsr A Tiil-- n Okln.. pniior had the Ii"iises and impioved the town by Itaafafxate MaaarataiJ r tk UITBCU WACOM TC CfMlacsrsenM) LwyiUlc, Ir. followinir .if inteiest to this section, n"l'i"S "1 eter so many uutliiiilil-a- s A COHE 'jv,". the bride is a former Lincoln Runabout ,, , $525 ..,,,,,,, .... ,,, . ,, , me. run lemoiieicil IN -- irl. Jourlnq Car 600 bouse he purtliiised and opened u STOCK Car $525 At the I'liiintrv home of Mr. mid diuu' store. AND ON The Lut hern conureyntion have Mrs. Thonius Coulter near Oreutt SEE These new prices, f. o. b. Detroit itli all equip turn Inke.on the evening of Tue.sday.thu tliotvii their intense interest liv im. US prut im; tliu ment. An early order will menu an early deliv I th of Xotember, at eiaht o'clock the rhuieh. outside appearanee of ery. Get full particulars from their only child, Amelia Gray, wns The sick folks are all on the mend muted in niarriiise to Qeorse Wil- Mr. Am: Alit, our imist needed man, McKlnney liam Vaiiuhn. bv Rev. A. G. Jeffries, ns bliicksniith, was very ill for some Don't forget the school nirricul-tur- e of Pnniel. Tev., a friend of the limp with a enibnnde under his arm. that will he held in ACcKinney family. Mrs. Vaiwhn is a verv at- -' Ho is still not able to work but tve Sanford, Ky. Dec. .'I, 4, 5 and ti. The hours for naetive soutlieni tnrl, hnvuur lived hope to see him soon in hi nhnr. Mr. Wuebbles has been visited with the m'IkkiI will be 9:30 to li in the in Kentucky until sixvears aco when morning and 1 :30 to 3:30 in the af- fhe went to Oklahoma with her par- sickness in his family. ir. .Uurliinners is improtinir. ternoon. There will uKo be u lec- ents. She has made many friends to in the asL Mr. John Moes has been visiting ture at niuliL there who rejuice with her in her Rev. Father Leo and friends last the professors from State new happiness. .Mr. Vauchn is a I'niversitv mid Mr. Arnold, of Wash- irrominent All persons having claims against The boy's appetite is often the uttoniev of Lexington, weeK. Xcel Hradley Mr. ington City, wc will also have our Ky., and is to be concratulnted upon and wife from the estate of W. II. Dudderar, de- source of amazement. If yon would own Suite (Jnunii-Monof Roads winniiii; so fair a bride. They left Cntb Orchard, were here last Sunday attending service at the Catho- ceased, will please file them with J. have such an appetite take Cham who will lecture tin road huildini. at once for Lexington, Kv. wliere H. Paxton, verified, ns required by berlain's This will lie the only school in they will make their home. Their lic church. Tablets. They not only Mr. and Mrs. K. I). Pmninmi law. Those, knowing Kentucky that Mr. Arnold will be fneuds wish for them much hnppi. themselves in- create a healthy appetite, but strengnd little daughters visited her par- I ahie to attend and lor this reason ness. riie debted to his estate will please come then tho stomach and enable it to cuests were the fioui State I'uiversity are Mr. John I.. Cotter, from Chicuso. ems Mis. Frank Dolman, formerly M. forward and settle. J. F. Dudderar, do its work naturally. For sale by that a im.mI repiescutatite III.. Miss Amelia Thomas Kimberlin, anxious ' t. G. L. Penny. r horessa Wientje left Saturdav for Ex'or. bodv tif farmers will he in attend ol .Nevada, .Mo., cousins of the bride ( levelnnd. O.. to join ance. her and .Miss I)udd:;nh Fay Wood, of where they will be located for winCome the fir-.- t day with a load of tommy, Uklu. . ter. Ask local agent for full information regarding We have the bet talent' Mr. Merritt moved to his new variable tour tickets. in the state and let us make irood Water Short in Harrodsbura . the only town in iim of it. This As one result in JFereer county of home, recently purchased from Mr. tin,, of the statu ulieit- - the (lie dry spell Salt River is r. Schnitrler. Since the theory of cur-- 1 troubles but none that we im. Mr. Hnnlesty, a well known drum-ine- r, lne eczema through the blood has been mend as highly as this for wecan school will be held. rapidly drying up, accordinc to n Fullman sleeping car line will be established November 24th, knowlJmt eiyen up by scientists, many different D.D.D. stops the itch at once. WA itif was here Thursday. mu want to laiiuh be sure and statement made by Entrinecr Farney If as follows: salves have been tried for skin diseases. want you to give D.D.D. a trial. That will Mrs. John Wcntzel has been come to the school house at McKiu-ne- y of the pumping station of tho But It has been found thnt thsA miva oc cnougn 10 prove It. nuite severelv with nn nW..., only clos the pores and cannot penetrate il:0 Xoon I.v. St. Louis. .... .Ar. 3 MO P. M. Of course all net Saturdav evenine at 7 waterworks nlant. He says on n, tOiH-li- . u 1110 inner ekiij Deiow ine epidermis D.D.D. Prescriptionother druggists have go to them It you 8:10 P. M. I.v LouiHvillo .... o'clock, Xov. 30 and see "The Turn-in- s that no rain sufficient to affect the .Ar. 9:30 A. M. where the eczema germs are lodged. can't come to us but don't accept some Rev. Father Leo visited Rev. P,,ii. This the quality of penetrating big profit substitute. (1:1S A. M. Ar. Chnttnininpi clean .I.v. 9:45 P. M. of the Tide," a river had fallen since Mav: that he prooamy explains me iremenuous succome to our atom temperance play. K i? full fcas been eompolled aM .I.v. 5:10 P. M. 11:10 A M Ar. Atlanta to Teduce the er Osuionil, the most esteemed pas- - cess of the well known liquid eczema so But If rou what D.D.D. will do for you certain of remedy, oil of wlntergreen. thymol, glyof fun from start to finish. If any- citv's wnter suuplv from "''0.000 ior oi uie L.atnoiie church at .I.v. 7 M0 A. M. 8:20 P. M. Ar. JnekhonvihV .. .uii "" unci etc., na compounded in D.D.D. this guarantee: ;uu you dosix come or cerine, If sot find that one is n.it satisfied lie will cct his callous a tiny to J50.000 and Prescription. It takes away We nave sold other remedies for skin costs you not a the Iteh AT OHcm. ti St. Louis, Mo. moiiev back. There lire ten people faces a water famine. J. C. BEAM, AGFA. ceat. ITCHING SKIN in the tioupe (hat irjve the play. They SHUGARS & TANN ER. Stanford. Kentucky. Relief In a Few Seconds are not home talent but are real acIs your husband cross 1 An tors. fault finding disposition is Yes, an itching, burning, irrigated Hverv one that has seen this plnv often due to a disordered stomach skin relieved the moment Zemo verv hiiihlv e.immcnd it to us. The A touches it. Zemo is a elenn. snnlh. man with Rood digestion is nearly wg, proceeds above the expenses of healing wash, composed of ThyMR. FARMER: Mnko vour home ns modern for vou: the show will co to the buncfit of our always good naturod. A great many mol, Glycerine, Witch Hazel, Bor-aehavo been permanently cured of family as a nice resiJecce. niid.nlace voursclf in a vo new lihrarv. Acid and other medicinal heal tion to t'ct the latest market auota- tlons at anv time. stomach trouble by taking ing properties, zemo relieves and This enn bo ncconinlilied hy menns of our teleohone Rev. Blain at Danville. Tablets. For sale by Pen. cures every form of skin and Renin m ecrvirn which vou una vour nciehhors can L'et for a sum Rev. C. R. Hlain. tmstor of the eruption, and if you are not entirely thut is small compared with tho benefit received. Call Hustouvillc Presbyterian church oc- ny's Drug Store. satisfied with results from the verv mldress our nearest office or writo direct to head cupied tlie pulpit ir at the First O'Hearn Flannery first bottle, druggists will refund auitrters. Nashville. Tenn.. for information rctrardine church in this city, and our Hiteeial "Finuer Line" rate. I? vou nro not nt Dres Mr Walker Flannery and Miss your money. Endorsed and sold in a ver'' interest- Xora Kliznbeth O'llearn were united ent eniovirje teloohono Bcrvice. we can immediatelv interest vou. Our lines cave in his sermon cover tho States of Kentdckv. Tcnnossco. MisBissinni. Ii.misiann nnd the ing review H' Home Mission Work of in marriage Monday nt 8:110 o'clock Cumberland Tel. & Tel. Co. Transylvania Piesbtterv in the in Sts. Paul and Southern oortion of Indiana and Illinois. mountains of Kentucky. Mr. Main's church, in Danville.Peter's Catholic "Clean Up the Bowels and Rev. Father Os pulpit at Hustouvillc was filled liv mond officiating. Tho bride is n Keep Them Clean" Rev. of Perryville. Overstreet. daughter of Mr. und Mrs. Thomas There arc many remedies to be Danville Advocate. O'llearn, of Mnrksbuiy, Garrard had but count v, and is 11 most chnrming iculty for constipation, one the diffis to procure In Adair county a lureo stock young that acts HAVING SOLD OUR FARM. WE W ILL ON lady. The groom is a pTomi-uei- ii without violence. A remedy that fiarn owned by John X. Conover, one young fanner of tho Marks-Imr- v does not perform mile from Columbia, was destroyed b y force what sectjon. Tho young couple will bv fire. There were fourteen head make should be accomNOW ON SALE their homo in Garrard nf mules and horses, one cow and eountv, mid futurethe plished by persuahnvo best wishes of lings, n buggy and n (lunn-fit- v sion is Dr. Miles' TO ALL WINTER RESORTS u host of friends. of hay and tobacco in the barn Laxative Tablets. After using them, nml nothing was saved. The loss is FARES TO SPECIAL ROUND-TRI- P Mr. N. A. Waddell, estimated at $4,000, with no i Washington SELL THE FOLLOWING DESCRIBED PROPERTY AT OUR 3 IS St., Waco, Tex., KNOWN AS THE OLD HIGGINS PLACE. 3 MILES ORCHARD. ON A COUNTY ROAD LEADING TO THE OTTENHeM says: Posted Hunting Forbidden. Privileges. "Almost all my LfaBlt Full Step-Ov- er Wc, whoso names are signed IfO I ha vm iri troubled with constipation, and have One oair 9 vear old hnr positively forbil anv hunting .nnnri Three through daily trains to Florida, via Queen & Crescent tried many remedies, all of which and aood or fishing upon our premises: workers. seemed to cause pain without giving I Route. Double daily through service to New Orleans. W. F. Scmonis, Wm. J. Heck, Fred saddle horse much relief. 1 finally tried Dr. Miles' , Black . combined lighted equipment, including Pullman Drawing-Roohaxatlte Tablets and found them ex- drives wen and works anywhere. VouGruenigan, G. Ilaumann, Chns. Sleeping Cars, Dining Cars, and Day Coaches. cellent. Their action Is pleanant and I Six vear old bav mare a nnnri T. Willson, Ed Gooch, Lutes & Myers You could not please us bet mild, and their chocolate taste makes In C. M. Allen. Ed Knllard. J. II. Carhorse. For details call on any Ticket Agent, Queen fc Crcvcnt Route, or apply to them I am ter than to ask your doctor glad toeasy to take. them." more than worker andiwo foal to a bay tilly. year old coming ter, John M. Carter, Sam Cnstello, 3 two horse waaens. recommend & Ticket Agent, 101 n. Main St., Lexington, Ky. H.C. KINO, Passenger aoout Ayers Cherry Pectoral cominq 2 vear old horse colt. "Clean up the bowels and keep Mrs. Mollio White. J. II. Myers. 3 turnlnn plows. I aood tonoueless them clean," is the advice of all I comlna 2 vear old horse mule. for coughs, colds, croup, bronE. II. Hatfield, L. P. Nuiinelley. disc harrow. I McCerrnack Binder. physicians, because they realize the S extra aood Heiium Distill, Fred Heyer. chitis. Thousands of families danger resulting from habitual con- - z extra Jerseymilk cows. I Walter A. Weed MeWN machine. heifers J. II. Cumcniseh. Will Cordier. always keep it in the house. A AM MllttA Mijiauoii. uo not delay too lonir. 19 haslrl flAAfl 2 aood sets wagon harnr-s- . Mattie II. Hewes, Frank Cordier, bun,bc?!?i.,p!Lc.urati:eLm?aurM' 12 head nice heifer calves, The approval of their physi2 aood sets bumv harness. 3 cian and the experience of new remedy for this old complaint, 2 Duroc sows, bred to have plus In I Mover busfiv. aood as new. "There could bo no better medicine uecemoer. many years have given them and a great improvement over - the 17 head extra fine 120 pound shoats. I new saddle. than Chamberlain's Cough Remedy. Burns white, clear and cathartics you have been mino- in I DeLaval cream separator. Ne. 2.. steady to the lart drop. Kor great confidence in this the past. They taste like candy 2 ricks of oood oats. My children wcro nil sick with the sake of everyone In the and work 3 mHk cans. taauiy, Insist 00 bavuur whooping cough. Ono of them was cough medicine. will convincelike a charm. A trial 4 ricks of timothy hay. standard you. 100 barrels of corn. 50 bushels sf teed potatoes. in bed, had a high fever and was Sold for seventy years. Dr. Miles' Laxative Tablets are Ol! coughing up blood. Our doctor gave AND MANY OTHER THINGS TOO aold by all druggists, at NUMEROUS TO MENTION BootlaasOdor- mokalsM . doctor them Chamberlain's Cough Remedy Any tood Aycr's will tell you that a medi- a box containing 25 doses.as Ifcents in- itss costs no more wan not cine like Cherry Pectoral caonst found farlnp (ink.vamn kinds. satisfactory after trial, reand tho first dose eased them, and o ita beat work if toe bowels are cos 04VM rM save aonsy. .Yourasalar lias it U tarnui direct from our works turn the box your three bottles cured them," says Mrs. Mlpated. Ask your doctor it lis kaow he will returnto your druggist and LMMVHU. KV, money. CHAS. C. Vh lssjaVaa4eOIL CO., STOLL Katas? flaallBs anytblni better than Aycr's Pills for est 1 R. A. Donaldson, of Lexington, Miss. Aase OH. WtaSas aSMaW MILKS MIOICAL CO., Ikaart, Ind. rscHas this sluts linnets of ttis liter. For Sale by Penny's Drug Store.. rwf.g.aiaa w., bavau, mtm. R. F. 0. NO. I STANF0RP. KY, CtL. J. F. CHAWLER. Units, sutntanttally Ironed. hamlionielT fid dursMy palntrd and Hi utmost palna taken in constructing etery pier and pari. mad" from sclriitinrallr correct patterns In company's own foundry and .t on yilra with exact "pitch and gather", under Iroraent hydraulic pr.sMiire THAT'S WHY "OLD HICKORY" J,?,",?' ltoid atrawrlland Unttnlnn. That's wbr hundrrdi of Ihnnumli nf wagon UM-rliar atrrsdy pUrrd turlr stamp i apprnrai on them, and ajlTtn thcni tlia (BHin..l oMi found anywhere, wou.1 nan ailns the ctiiilc.it air ilwk, srlrcird and IntDctrd .. (1. v Kiln .Mnv Phillip-- . who ninilcs Mothers everywhere H IIOWXP .loo Tom Filiation. Slielhy Xcwlimd. lolin Slevenx.in. (Irade 8. Alum Haraes, Ktlu-OeiI. .M vi tie Montr. Fish, llalumer l.eadfonl. Oiade ".Jack Collier. Hen Duke, skn. Joe T. Knilirv. ". I football Tl.ink-'jiivijir Titnr. lesson. l lllnolllllfld.N J. 12-- Skpli-l- i j I E.T. PENCE Stanford Kentucky Powell, NVIlip V. Hill nml .Martini Kitnev. 8. Ifpmliiiit Tlip Dnv licforc ThaiiksuiviiiL' liv .loo Wnnior. 1). Skotch Thank'.yiviiii: now ami tlipn, Matxy (liinic- -, John Caili, Lettjp V. .McKiniipy and .Morris Tiipkor. JO HpjiiliiiK Virginia, In Old Curl Voiifinipiiwui. Tliiiiik-umn- i: 11 Tnrki'v liv (! '.'ills nil lift ilifr turkeys which was piiocd vcrv much. 12. Ilium-- . Keiititt'kv SchooN. .Miss Kiln Warren M.'l was .sick oup (lav lnt week. .Mr. lrecott Hr.iwn. 'in wns nwny from M'hool l:i!-- t Monday. Ktlii-- uiils. Kmilv Miiniliv, iiwuuloljiie lliufiplirry. Jaek Perkins. Ornde !). les-ic Reynold-,- . Shir-le- x (inter,. (Irade 10. I.ucile Mnrsnn, Kale Napier, Xancv Xnpier. -I- (n?, Over the COULTER-VAUG- HN hills and far awav on hlqh speed and with oower to snare the Vanadium built Ford Former Kentucky Girl Weils Oklahoma. in ,,, Winter Tourist Fares are now available SuA an. istiiitioas W. E. GLOVER, Stk Southern Railway. via s er Tickets on sale daily Limit May 31st, 1913 init-of-to- 91-3- lni-Iu- 1 Why Salves Can't Cure Eczema I sis-tio- Har-rodslm- nr suf-len- , Ilar-rodsbn- rg irri-tabl- e, RURAL TELEPHONES. ' io Cham-berlain- 's ii mi vwjeAy Pres-littWi- PUBLIC SALE Dec 12, 1912, Farming Cft Implements. Winter Tourist Tickets Florida, Cuba, New Orleans, Panama Ui ttsrs bo-lo- lUce-trical- ly m Coughs ind Colds 1 a ft 1 - Solltc Ump V I TSCHANZ BROS., Att Ei . , Q .. -- "r i' , 5 THE IWTEHIORJUJHIALSTAIF QUO. KENTUCKY. FRIDAY. NOVEMIEW 2t. 1112. Danville Tobacco Warehouse Co. WALNUT STREET .0 the floor. . (Incorporated) Ihjrfteln,, .15-8- DANVILLE, KENTUCKY. nnUfylnq. ffullv offcWCq opened our warehouse Thursday. November a .1. Mllo wlh -- wersmanj-ulnrlcever- v equal ! yaiiy Aiirtinn MIC nflnnce Tnriarrn - Hardwood & Avcritt. Boyle qounty H. G. Mastln. Bovlc county Martin O'Daniel. Bovlc county Brlnq vour tobacco to the DANVILLE TOBACCO Joe Wilchcr. Lincoln county .. 15.45 Joe Russell. Lincoln county ... 15.00 Hockcr & Lawson. Lincoln county . . " Simpson. Garrard county 15.50 Joe Yowcll Lincoln county WAREHOUSE COMPANY on Walnut Street, and qet the HIGHEST MARKET PRICE. LARGEST LOOSE LEAF HOUSE " " .... .....!!.' ...... Il ... . ar .Hqjg " "' " " 1242 1500 15.60 a few who made ood averts on ENTIRE 334 We lolicit your buiineM and promise you a square deal In south of the Kentucky river, and the BEST AUCTIONEER H. C. BRIGHT, President. For Sale. ,1. L. the State ALLEN HIEATT, Secretary and Treasurer. llcnzley flood second hand 05-tfc Co. e. f. IJ cv V3 and colt by Hex Penvine went to A. Ernest K. Waddell, of Itatcliff, House and Lot or Sale. I Ninmcllev for $100, fifty barrels Lawrence couiitv, loported that lie One Smcn (7) room house with of corn went to Mrs. W. II. Dnd-der- had raised 101 bushels lo the ncre. onc aero lot in town of Crnb OrchUnitize For Sale ThnrotHibrcd at $2, ami n lot of 150 n. turkovs. Mrs. V. V. It. F. ImrrcN was bought by J. aboutDud-der- He said he plowed ten inches deep ard, Ky., on South Main utreot. Any Fox and planted bis corn in rows Apr. 15 inn- - desirinjr to look I). So. 1. Phone 88-at proorly will nt $2.50; .10 bales of hav to three feet one way . und J. I). Ends & Sous bought this Mrs. Dnddenir at 50 cents mr bale one hall' Hut other and three cultl-ale- cull on W. fi. Perkins. Crab Oreh- d wuv. Ho i 114 week of James Carter n bunch of 'and a buggy to same at $15. eiiTling it (luce limes. fat hogs at .fi.7ii. Thev averaged pick to E. P. Woods at $150. ten 240 pounds and ctra good. shares of stock in the Slate Hank Bowen GREAT SUCCESS It. G. Hratton sold to Alex Dotv, mid Tru- -t Co., of Stanford, went to Miss Myrllo While of Murclund, of Garrard a drote of 20 shoals (hat L. It. Hughes hi $103 ier share. Was E C. Gaines' Annual Corn Show spent Salurday night with home-rolk- s. averaged 51 pounds, at fO a hunHas of room. All modern May Get Cavalry Stallion Here dred. At Lancaster Monday Miss .Maggie Fox was a pleasnnt tobacco. house. for connection So many erroneous repirrts hac For Sale. A lot of puie bred xisitor here for a few day Inst Largest Gets price for tobacco. The Leghorn white Pltmoulh mid been circulAted icgnrdiiig the plan hrottn The lutgcst exhibit in u corn show week. haired rock pullets ami hcas. Mr. of the gn eminent department of Loose Leaf Warehouses. of seen in this pint of (he slate ill Mr. Joe McCowaii ami family lint a H. It. Saufley, Stanford. Ky. 05. rgriculliiK to establish a bleeding Come to see us. Careful courteous some tune was witnessed at the returned to their home in Muysville, J. D. Ends ami Sons delivered to farm for cavalry horses in com show of Ed C. Gaines, the Intl., nfler a visit to relatives here. T. W. Jones, the local trader, a that Cougicssiaaii Hnney popular Lancaster insurance man (HI hogs for which they reMARKET OPENS TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 19TII. Mr. llollie Warficbl and Gisirge hunch of Helm has innde official inquiry re- last Monday. Two rooms were Reed stent Salurday night with Air. ceived 0 cents. garding the plans. He has received to properly display the exhi- George ( offey anil family. 1.'. '. Arnold bought of II. G. the information that no farm is to bits and the show of corn was a noMiss .Maltha Russell Is visiting Oovcr 20 103 pvund hogs at (i cents, be piircha-c- d. or established; thnt it table one, almost every imety her jrntnilmothrr, Mrs. Tilfiird Men of Ed llallard, 11 weighing from 110 if the plan place a limited numon exhibition. The dinners in ser, t.i to 200 pounds at from 5 to (I ber of approved stallions in se- the different classes, which were Robert Kimler and Ruth Fox bare cents. W. F. Cordier 2 calves at 17 lected sections and owners of mines judged by a State Experiment station entered school at Danville. each, of different parties u u IV to be gncn the privilege of sea-soman. were as follows: .Mr. Ollie liuchamiii, who - work11. C. Arnold bought of F. Har FARM AND STOCK NEWS Senator It. L. Hubble shipped in a bunch of cows at from $40 to $50. While com Cionley llroiiddus, ing for the Q. it iimiu the condition that the govC. It. It. Co., at two cows and calves for $00 of car load of about HO fat ho"s to nett J. S. ami It. C. Hocker shipped to ernment is to be given an option on Will Cox second; Mr. Prewitt 3d Somerset is at home for a few days. Mrs. Onn Naylor bought of J. W. Hatcher n bunch of 173 pound hogs Gieeu, Enibry &Co., the Cincinnati Jewell and Princeton, of Wilmore, the tools. In this way be it is lr. J. A. Anion fourth. .Mi- -s Celia Itiiehanun is at Itiirgin commission fen, Saturday. lVrotvn, a Jersey heifer for $23. at 0 cents to ti 2 cents. Jessamine count v, a handsome bunch nevcii mm a lireeil o Horses call Yellow corn Waller D.nis first. with her sister, .Mrs. Sinde Warren IJ. Dcnlmin, sold to T. W. Jones E. T. W. Jones made his customary of e.por( entile. They weighed an l A. P. Sloan of Hubble, delivered whieh will prove suit, obtained Red corn John Henry' first. who in sick. 'JO 80 ixiiiiul shouts at 5 J -- 4c. to J. A. Johnson, the Royle county shipment of livestock to the Cincin- average of 1,300 pounds ami were able for cavalry purixiscs. Tu. Heaviest corn. ATthur Ilcnrley, Some of people spent d hogs for which nati markets Iat week. It consister sold at 0 K. T. Pence. Jr.. bought of A. T. buyer 27 cent- -. government will give the owner of colored, first, heaiet doell ears u delightful itiir yoiuig evening with Miss Essie of a car load of bogs bought nt 5 Ntinncllcy a bunch of shouts nt Ge. he received $0.8.). S. J. Hell, of the Rowland section, mines the right, however, lo sell the weighing 10 pounds. cents to 0 cents, and one load Daughcrly last Friday. Those pies-e- nt Sinn Ramsey sold a lot or corn to It. T. Rruee delivered to W. L. rs Longest dozen ears. -- II. F. Sutton if n better price bought of different par- shipi cd to Hnversluim, Teiin., a car colts to weio: Frank Holt.cluw at $2.20 delivered Sloan, of Hubble, a bunch of red of cattle (o load of corn for which he received is o lie red than it is willing to iniv. .neregwg 12 inches. ties at 3 4cenls. .Mr. Ollie liaehaimu ami Miss Ruth in (he shuck. listed hogs for which he received I t.iltii lm,w.j I.. I... ..1.1.. ( I'lenk ear. Iloyle Doty. i.i.nr. ... There were hardly a hundred cat-li- e 52.50, and a car of hay nt $U per I oflitimti Coffey, .Mi- Puullue Taylor and Mr. S. N. Gill sold 30 barrels of corn Pr head. I lie siupment was consigned to secure a -- lalhon for this section Rest ker-hu- w Will on the market at Ianeiister Mon- ton. Pat Daugherty Mr. and Mrs. James to Phil 15. Thompson at $2.50 deHubert York has traded the farm day to the Dink Wilkin-o- u Company, of. but that is as far as the proposition Largest pumpkin Dillard Littrfll Daugherty. Mis- trading was not livered. Alma Coffey, at Mill Springs, which he recently What and went from 4 to 5 active. that place. I te- -t Ito establish a breeding farm, has half gallon sorghum molass- Thos. Cot fey, Johnnie (lib-o- n sold 4 cts Grimes and Miller sold 100 bar purchased of Jnmes Mercer, to Dr. ami according to the grade of the stuff deliv- - been contemplated by tliV nulhoritios es I.. C. King. T. W. Jones, of this place, rels, of corn to W. II. Cumimns nt Thco. L. Jones for the Dan Canada Ernest Gib-o- u. offered. Mules were scarce. Will end to J. I). Whilehouse, of Iloyle n , t Unshingtott .Miss $2.f0 delivered. Pauline Taylor n vmilin-friendform, paying $1,800 to boot. Hurtou, was looking for some to ship buneli of 2 good Corn Show Here Saturday Outlook. slop entile wvign- and relatives nt Kings. Mnun-.- .. C C. Wthcr? delivered - T W to North Carolina, and the l'unkins ng !HI0 Laurel Boys urcw some Corn Cur'.: growcrx from a!! ever tb4 it.;.. rri. pound- - lor winch lie reeeiv- uu ids J outs JO shunts averaging 11. I). Holtzclaw bought of J. D. were also on hand, found the lipped to ed $4.05 to .5.(!5. June What for which he received 5 14 cents Ends & Sons 12(1 hogs averaging hybrids might v scarce hut careful ..election of seed. anil aditiuing counties aic expected Mis Ruth Coffey delightfully enthe Cincinnati market three loads of proHT planting and cultivation will to be piescut in the Stale Hank ami W. D. Sprinkles, out on Hanging 104 pounds nt ii0.50 per hundred. Center Him-- ., of Gariard. shipped hogs at from 5 4 to (J 4 and a h for ngnemture n thtr plateau of Trust Company's rooms Sutindaj tertained ijlite a iiiimbcr of her Fork, has delivered to C. S. Lyons, They were bought sometime ieo and on Saturday evening, Nov. a car load of mixed stock to J. F. lo.id of butcher the Hanging Fork miller, loO bands delivered this week. stuff at 3 to 4 cents. liruel e county - shown by the rc- - uttcruooii al tw0 w'cloclc when the J.I, hi honor of her hirthduy. Those- . Saddler and Co., at Cincinnati; (!( of corn nt $150. Will Burton of Lancaster, bought head """ ,I. V"'"-G. 1. Sutton, near Crab Orchanl '"L":1 ""IMTinieiiu. judguig of the second annual corn jtrewnt weio Miss,'- - .Mamie Pittmaii of 200 pound bog- - for which !. om. year uld '! Lauiel IlolUdatr shipped is Vlury .rorris, I. D. market this week one to Cin 32 head of 4 to 0 O'Daniel mules at lliev received $7.00 for tort- - and sold to Ike Shclhv, the big cattle ''".' " " ""''-"-4gncuiiure .J. wto. tNew- how of this popular if Danville. .Misses. nil i.tuer ti cinnati load of Lebanon from Ijfl at an held. Prof. Smith, of the State Ex- Pauline Taylor, Mary Russell. Mnv- d cat$7.10 for lower crudes and 12 head buyer u bunch of 1!) man im the work of the Hoys Corn periment Station, will be bure price of flll.'j per head and of 700 pound cattle that brought tle for which he got 5 butcher stuff bought at .'1 to 4 2 cents a to div Ilia .sit ijii iig ueriv. .tivr- his county. cents and two loads of hogs whieh shipped fiom that place to the them 4 cents per pound. The pound. Mr. Sutton bought at Stan- Club in seed- llte woik, ami lierure milking II- I- lie t lute, Siisio While, Alma Coffey The which had been thorC H. Hurtou same W. 4 southern market. cents. cost him fi 2 t.) iirm also c.vtxiited a carload ford from George Peel, of Je limine oughly awurd- -, will deiiter a short address, j Mi, ami Mrs. James Daugherty anil d. weie -- cut the bos by d It. C. Arnold bought of W. I). bought a ." year old harness horse of stock to tiawford and Co., at county, a bunch of I I oil com seed selection and breeding, j Mi-- s Ccliu Hiichuun Conimis-itniNewman, and the f Somerset. Gooch of Preuchersville section, a fr.mi Kil O'Daniel. of Lebanon for Cincinnati, the consignment contain steers at four cents. He will feed -- pleii'ilid lot of exhibits has al-- , Messrs. Pence Mo.er, Ja-o- n .x aeeordiug tt was inca-ure- il harness hors,. ing 8!) head of Kill itoiind porkers them this winter. Altogether he has weighing 150 pounds M80, and a buneli of hogs rule- - laid down ,hv the tlciiartineiit. linn leceited. some of the sou, Ollie Huehanaii, Pa'f Daugherty at 0 cents". Arnold also bought of from Samuel .Mackin, of Marion that brought tliciu around $7 and about 21 head on -- ilage. -, - . the Meld which eleven mi- being better, according to ex-- 1 Johnnie Gibson Tilford Russell nml At Master Ciinmiiotiers .Sale .Following 11 head of 700 pound cattle Taylor Roberta of the Meals' Creek county for for r"i " an iici.- - ..r Kl.ilirf j.frt, than any ever shnvm irj tha ; GeK-g- r .J- Reed. All Tbo Garrard Milling Co., iuolc- - which they paid 4 tt another bunch of nboiit (lie same cents per lit Liberty the L. M. Cnmlie-- t Estate l"" Uightfnl time. weight nt (1 cents. sectuin ttefine. .2.30 as last Thursday's prico for pound. Center lints., bought 20 was -- old to the highe-- t bidder. The uen: -- 130 bushels Hi lbs. Fled Casleel .Mrs. Amanda White is on the sick; II. G. Lutes, the West Knd cattle com, Imvitig nimle tlie tollowiug head of 175 pound hogs from C. H. liO acres of nwr bottom land was l-, Otto Howling 130 2 lb- -. Except for a concvioii of !i cent- - list. trader, bought in the southern part purchase- - previous to that Jatc: Flannerv ( $('.25 per hundred 18 bought by Alibi e ( onihe-- t at 4 llw mi Audi lUldwin 103 of the cMinty eight S.'iO pound cattle From J. II. Hourne 125 barrels of 250 ixtund hogs from James Mosiei A- lite film in lit rate on hnck. the news of last Week said the ridge land adj. lining the George M. June- - 02 that cosj him 2 2 to 3 cents. He iimire at .f2.4() pi barrel: from at $7; 14 head of 200 "mind pork- -' home farm was bought by Mr. Mut-ti- e building- - in the country, leap year tvonbl wion 1. gone and wo metal Walter Fiiilcx 70 bushels 02 lb- -. and IIIroof "also bought a lot of hogs weighing Herndou nnd Walker 35 barrels at rrs from J. L. Dnzier at 5 2 cents cents on tobacco bans-- , mid girl- - might be left old maids. If we Combcst at :S0O. the Duiiiiville Hemic Adam- - 73 bushels, (i.'I lbs 2.")0 pounds, which cost him 52 $2.35 per barrel: from J. K. Sutton 31 174 iMttind hogs at $7 and u doz- I.e-l, 10 lbs I their cnnt"iits in tlit- - country, tbo can't better out selves than to talk Arthur Mardis 72 bushel-to G cents. Iloth cattle and hogs 20 bairols and from John Collier u en 125 pound shouts fiom Win. Pal- - mill ami hotel wu- - bought by ba-- is rates in th to widowers am! bachelors w hud (ou.o F'.iM- - c.r Comb(- -t and W. C. Cumlitf at $.!.0I0 it p.. mci liierd were purchased of different parti"- -. similar iiunutity at $2.35 per barrel. mor at 7 cents. Sila, Campbell 111 bushel 59 lbs tale on farm building- -, promulgated better just let lean year go br and L. Iluteluii- -. of Danville, pur- J. Rating be old maids. Don't worry wo nro . G. Estcs 00 bushels, 2'.) Hi- -. by the "state ciuireii iroin .Mack r.uniiuks eight Sam It. Teniphn 00 17 Hoard two months ago ttill g into thinkui" the wedding bells l head of 1.150 lnmml cattle at Hi.75 rinjr effect Divember I, per hundred a fitt cw at 54 25 r.r'Us A. P. Rnnnrd, President. Luther Stivers, Sale- - Mnnngrr lmniliril and 2S head of '125 pound It. L. linker Sec. A: Trcas. J, M. Gcntr. Vice President. fOIRLEY BH6 Loose Leaf House at Lexington, Ky. Railroad Best plenty handling the highest and appliances and facilities with the and Latest, I attention guaranteed. mi-iiu- al Ken-luck- y, ed J. D. CLARK, Manager. lie-n- ig -2 u, i- -t; 1-- 100-poun- 1- -2 out-ide- ... i). -s 1-- Mou-ticcl- lo s t- innny-fiicml- s 3-- 3-- ... ..... ... I nv-cra- ge S0(l-mnii- 1-- Itii-se- ll, -2 1-- 3-- te-teer Gib-rrad- s t "-"- -2 Itu-he- $2,-50- 0, bu-he- ls, 1-- bu-lie- l-. 1-- ie .Ij -- i : I-, I Lexington Tobacco Warehouse Co. (IXCOHPOItATED) AlCTfOVEERS: hogs .10 llF- Mllllltlfia ti lit miiiiir T.fl l...tlll.l II) fi MMIII1-5 cent- - and 30 hoys nveragiiig ISO head of cattle from Lilian! rt He al-- n ' nurchn-e- d & Fox' ! ltIlvt tllll ll" J. c. Roberts, J.X. Gibbons Early I in- -. & Ilrothers Luther Stivers In A Class By Himself Sales Manaqer and Booster forthe followinq houses: Manaaers: A. P. liuriiiird. Warehouses: Shelburue. Lexington. Stivers. I'eutral Ky. Growers J. W. Kodes Laud lints., .1. X. Gibbous. Luther Stivers & Hio. linker & Scott. .1. M. Gentry. E. It. Hawkins. . w Open day and niqht Floor space 3.000.030. Stable room 1.000 horses. Shed room for 1.000 loads of luuaceo. no danqer of damaqe. Financial responsibility. Guaranteed sales every day. Best experienced tobacco men In Kentucky to advise vou about tobacco. exporters. Full competition of all the bityinq trade. Includinq manufacturers, dealers and by experienced Haul vour tobacco to us where vou have individual attention to each basket and where vou can better control the sale as ttt time and price. warehousemen pounds from Tab Rainev at fi.75 and a bunch of "(10 pound hogs fiom Fred Tamme al t7 iter lumdied. W. H. Hnrlon. the ponular Lancaster mule hut or, wa- - here Monday and bought n pmr of marc mules from J. II. Haughuiait fur which he iNiid 10. Thet weie and show mules of the best type. Mr. Him ton also bought a handsome fit e year tild mine mule fromSen-ato- r R. L. Huhhlc. nut on the Lan.Mr. Hurtou caster pike for 0. run over fiom Lancaster late Monday afternoon, niter attending court tint -- ales there, making iiuick trio in his auto. Mr. Hnrlon will ship these lit brids al once to his sale-fir- m at Wilson, V. C. -4 F-1- Sell Your Tobacco at the People's Tobacco Warehouse (INCORPORATED) Perry ville Street, One Block from Queen & Crescent Depot Dni'ilerar Sale. t goon r BOTH 'PHONES 964 rs P J r i- Nov. 23. 1012. The Lexington lunrket for the sale of tobacco opened on Lexington. caii-e- d Tuesday. November 10, under eiv favorable conditions, except the continued dry hea-o- n tifferiugs of tobacco to be smaller than was expected. the The attendnnce at the oieniiig sale 'if buyers of manufacturers throughout this eountv. and representative havers lor the export trade was no doubt the largest and most numerous tlmt ever of toattended unv salu of tobacco on any- - market. This fact demonstrating again to the sellers buyers bacco the'superioritv nnd magnitude, that tbo Lexington market holds in the minds of the in the showing their interest and users of lobuco. A eiy large crowd of fiirmcm were oM hand which tliev might exnecl to ohtniii for their mops. nricoH on H- i- market for the fn- -l week wore, lOb.ol.. pounds, puces riU'ging from The total offeiin The general average on tbu entire offerings for the week being $11.32 R4 00 to $33.00 ptr bundled. ' The quality of the tobacco showed to be largely of the colorv type with a sprinkle of good, bright red chewing tobueca While Iheie were. some baskets of common tobacco, tins grade tdiowcd olferiugs of tobacco on our inarkei to bo very .HUi'rce in compim-o- n with the 1011 crop. Tho first very useful grade for the matin- jjiuwtf the iiunlity of it Id be, on the whole, rather pleasiug, ami a K. sale of the personal protcrty of tho late Col. W. Huff Dudderar at the Fair prices tver(. lealixcd on iltestoek, etc. Following - a summary of the sale: Jersey cow to A. T. Xuiuiellev at ; milk cow to Mrs. W. II. Dud-derat 2(l; milk cow to J. L. Hen., ley 30. another to A. T. Xuiuiellev or !10.50 and a Jersey heifer to Xuiuiellev al 21; gray mine lo at $75, roan gelding lo .MeiielVo Elmore for $30, brood iimro to S. II. n.iiighnmii for .75. aged1 brood mare to W, L. ('.tidier for $10 buggy mare to A. T. Nuniicllev, $81;' brvod marc to H. W, Gaimv for $128' sorrel biood maro to E. P. Woods, bay mine to same party at $05 brood maro to George Hail, $120; three suckling niule colls to W. L. Duniiegau nt $17 per bead, One half interest in hniidsome saddle marc ' inr sicii clown aiteuilcil tlie Rowland Monday after-i- i. DANVILLE, KY. Phone No. 50 ' home mil. near Opening Sale November 21, 1912, and sales daily thereafter. Capacity enlarged and every facility for the best of accommodations. Col. C. C. Lucas, of North Carolina, will sell. if' nV"! 'prices- and' averages obtained for various cro-- offered were satisfactory to the seller and justifies the jtrower in marketing his crop, the only disappointment lo htm being the ucld in Height Ml" ioav will probably prove to bo lightor than usual. LEXINGTON TOBACCO WAREHOUSE COMPANY. (INCORPORATED) s Mt' 1. M. DUNN, President. JAMES SALLEE, Sec'y. IIJL 1 I