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STANFORD, LINCOLN COUNTY, KENTUCKY. TUESDAY, OCTOBER 29, 1912.
TUESDAYS AND FRIDAYS
FRANKS MAKES PITIFUL
PLEA TO M00SERS
Artful Republican Speaker Talks Of
Panic lut Forgets to Mention
Two Under Republican Rule
Ed T. Franks, tbo smartest
stump spcnkor in the republican
party, spoko to n crowd of about
.IC'O people at tbo courthouse Salur
day night in tbo interest of. tbo Tnft
ticket. With an adroitness of which
only a man of bis neutcnoss is cap
able, bo mado it appear that all tbo
irronperily tbo country now enjoys
is directly due to the administration
o President Taft. Ho did not even
givo Roosevelt the credit for having
had any prosperity during bis ad
ministration. Ifo dwelt dolefully
upon tbo panio during Cleveland's
administration, and emphasized the
fact that it was during democrat
ic president's term of office, How
over, ho neglected to even mention
what history records as tbo sever
est panio tbo country has even seen
nnd tbo hardest times, in tbo yenr
lS7:t during n repubhenu adminis
tration, or the panic of 1907, fivo
rears nco. when a republican presi
dent was also in power. In fact,
Mr. Franks looked at but ono side
of tho picturo and often gave a very
unfair presentation ot that, lor in
stance when he contrasted tbo pros
perity of present times with times
under Cleveland, and gave as an il
lustration, the fact that thcro arc
fo many automobiles owned every
where in tho country todoy. Of
course, be couldn't have mado a
point if he hnd told bis bearers that
automobiles hadn't been heard of in
Cleveland's day. Such arguments
ns he gno will deceive no ono who
takes the trouble to investigate.
The plea ho mado to tho Dull
Mooscrs to return to tbo old party
was very different from the stylo
of treatment tbo republican orators
were handing out to tho Roosevelt
men a fow weeks back in he cam
rafcni. Thy no see that they ate
defeated for the presidency and are
simply trying to poll more votes
than tlio Moosers; that's the long
and short of the whole affair.
Accompanied by Dr. R. L. Davi
roii, Mr. Franks spoke at Liberty on
Saturday afternoon when a big re
publican rally was held there in an
effort t' weaken the Moosers .who
ro said to be ery strong in Ciiscy.
A log cabin was raised on tho fair
grounds and f'cc burgoo was served
which, of eoure, drew n big crowd.
Dr. Dawson is said to have made a
rattling god republican speech.
Commonwealth's Attorney George
1). Florence nit induced Flanks hero
s the strongest man for the repub
licans to nominate for governor
nevt time and bo pretty near is.
Sonic of tbc issues which have
lircu raised in the piPseut campaign
which Mr. Frank took particular
-aro not to mention in his speech
The (-harm iiiiuli bv Roosevelt
that Tnft having accepted u stolen
nomination is nut the mini give
the country an honest administra
tion. The uudcuied charge that the
big manufacturers, protected by
the high republican tin iff, which is
ndorcd by Taft, mc belling goods
they make cheaper in other coun
tries than they do nt homo, hucIi
ns fanning miubmcry of all kinds,
Hewing machines, clothing, etc.
Tho charge that all of tbc big
bosses and others who hnu fatten
ed on the common people, nro stand
ing solid for Taft while the leaders
of the working people and the work
ing jwoplo themselves who under
stand conditions are for Wilson.
Tho fact that tho honest business
men of tbo country have, no fear of
tx democratic udmiustiution, nnd
thnt the democrnts nro standing
solidly on tbo declaration that honest
buHiucsM must not b interfiled
with but must ho nurtured and pro
tected in every legitimate way.
In this connection, some ques
tions and nnswers in Brynu's Com
moner on tho panic history of tho
country urc not amiss and show up
completely how one sided and false
in the nrgument tho icpublicnns are
Q. How long since the republi
can party first enrao inlo power?
A.Fifty two years.
Q.- How many panics hnvc we
lind during thnt timot
Q. When tliil they comot
A. In 1873. 1803 nnd 1907.
Q.--WI10 wns president in 1873?
A. U. S. Grant.
Q. To what pnrty did he belong
A. The republican party.
Q What did the democrats have
to do with tbo panio of 1873?
A Nothing, except that they suf
fered from tho panic in common
Q. Who was president when the
panic of 1907 camo?
A. Theodore Roosevelt.
Q.To what party did bo then
A. The republican party.
Q What party had control of
A Tho republican party.
Q What party had control of
the boiiso then?
A Tbo republican party,
Q What did tbo democrats have
to uo witu mm panic i
A Nothing, except thnt they suf
fered from it like others.
Q Is it possible that two of the
three panics came under republican
presidents nnd with republicans in
control of both the senate and tho
ycs. The first panic came in
tho middle of n 24-year period dur
ing which every president was a
republican. It camo 12 years after
the last democratic president, elect
ed beforo that period began, nnd 12
years before the lirst president wns
elected after that period ended And
tbc last panic camo during a 10
jcar period of republican rulo. It
camo more thnn 10 eai after a
democratic president went out in
1897, nnd nearly six years before
tho inauguration of a democratic
president in 1913.
QVhy do tbo republican speak
er ignore theso two panic?
A This question ought to bo
easily answered by those whom tho
republican spenkers try to deceive
it is because neither of these panics
can be charged to the democrats
and reference to them would rob
tho threat of its terror.
Q Reference has been made to
the first panic which came in 1873
nnd to tho last ono which came in
11)07. Let us now consider tho sec
ond panic the panic of 1893. Who
was president when it came?
A Oroer Cleveland.
Q To what party did ke belong!
A Ho was elected by the demo-
cratic party in 1892 but helped to,
olect a republican to succeed turn in
Q- How soon after his election
did the panic come?
A So soon that it came under
republican laws not n single re
publican law having been repealed
before it come,
Q Under what tariff law did the
panic or lolM comer
A Under the McKinley In w tho
panic came a jear beforo the Mc
Kinley law was reca1ed.
Q-Under what monetary law did
the pnnie como?
A-The Sherman law tlic panio i nt .;J illl(ired; Ave butcher
came several months before tho pur-oW to M. H. Carbon nt $3 a bun
chnsing clause of the Sherman mwj,hciI. hUlck lu.ifor J j, '00(ls 35;
was icpealed. 'three feeders C. Hottoms $1.30 n
I Is it possible that only one ot
the three panics came under a dem
A- Ye, only one of tho three.
1 Why do tho icpublicnns speak
of this pnnie oulv f
A Heenuse thcy'ie more inter
ested in making political capital
than in telling the truth.
Q- Arc the republican leaders ig
norant or dishonest when they
tin eaten panic in caso of demo
A They mo ptobnbly both.
Democratic Speaking Appointments
Congressman Harvey Helm, lions.
W. S. Hureh und II. R. Saufley
will address tbo democrats of
King's Mountain and wcinity on
Wednesday night, Oct. 30th, at 7
Goshen. Wednesday night, Oct.
30, T. J. Hill nd S. M. Saufley.
Ottenheiin, Fiidny night, Nov. 1,
W. U McCarty, H. It. Saufley nnd
W. R. Hureh.
Sugar Grove, Friday night Nov.
1, T. J Hill and M. F. North.
Mt. Salem, Friday night, Nov. 1,
K. S. Alcorn J. W. Ireland nnd Vir
O. 1C. School House, Friday night,
Nov. 1, Herbcit Reynolds,
WtiMicsburtr. Satmday afternoon,
Nov. 2. J. H. l'nxton, T. J. Hill nnd
Kllison's School Houso Saturday
night, Nov. 2, Viigil McMiillin nnd
Herbcit Reynolds and Geo. W. Per
kins. King's Mountain, Hnrvey Helm,
II. It. Saufley, W. S. Hureh.
Wbon you havo n hnd cold you
want the best medicine obtainable
so as to cure it with as little delay
as possible. Here is a druggist's
opinion: "I have sold Chamber
lain's Cough Remedy for fifteen
years," says Enos Lollar, of Sara
toga, Ind., "and consider it the best
on the market." For sale by O. L.
GOOD WOMAN GONE
Wife of Jailer Dink Farmer Dies
After Lengthy Illness
Mrs. Mary Farmer, wife of Dink
Farmer, jailer of Lincoln county,
died at her homo hero Friday morn
ing at 0 o'clock uftcr a lingering
illness of tuberculosis. Deceased
wu, Miss Mury Hurgo and 20 years
ugo became tho wife of tho man,
who today is bowed under tbo bur
den of sorrow occasioned by ibo
JS9 of a tolder ,ul fajt,ful uoip
meet. To this couplo were born nine
children, uiid eight of them survive
their good mother.
Many jenrs ago Mrs. Fumer unit
ed with tho Christian church und
had always lived the lifo of a true
and devoted Christian. Saturday
morning nt 10 o'clock the remains
of this devoted wifo und mother
wll be takou to the family burying
ground nt Ncul's Creek and consign'
cd to tho tomb. Tho unfeigned sym
pathy of a legion of friends goes
out to Mr. Farmer and bis children
in their irreparable loss.
LIVE STOCK SELLS WELL
At E. McCormack's Sale But Bid
ders Were Scarce on Land
The sale of Emmett McCormack,
just over the Lincoln lino in Casey,
three miles south of Hustouvillc,
drew a good crowd Friday. Col. I
M. Dunn, of Danville, cried the sale
and on nearly everything offered the
bidding wns pnirited. Mr. McCor-
mnck stated at the outset thnt there
would be no by-bidding but, of
course, reserved tbo right to reject
any bid not satisfactory. Tho fol
lowing is a list of the sales and the
Farming implements Mower to
Jones Hnughmnn $4; buckboard to O
Armstrong .$3.25; three buggies, one
to Frank North nt $74, one to Ed
Grubb at $15 and ono to A. Adams
nt $20: twn-hor-e wnmin to F. L.
Russell $13; two-borso wugon to H.
W. Leish $33..
Liv c Stock Three 000-pound
Jersey steers. i Hottoms nt $10 a
heud; 14 850-poand steers to C.
Hottoms at $5.40 a hundred; two
cnlvcs to H. G. Uover nt $17.50; two
red steers to F. Ilunn nt $17.50;
four steers from 400 to COO pounds
. ijr. J. C. Hnrkcr nt 5 12 cents a.
pound; wcnnliu calf to J. II. Kiffi
nt $0; thee 850-pound heifers to II.
F. McHeatb at $4.05 n hundred; fat
cow to James McCormack at $J.30;
cow uud calf to Ony Hundley $74;
10 550. pound steers to C. O. linn
MUn,ilclj. min; cmv Q. Jj
four milkers, one to G. W. Capard
nt $30; one to John GilToid $28; one
to F. L. liussell $10; ono to .1. II.
Woods $25; ,e.uling calf S. G. Mc
Kinuc.v at $17.50; milk cow to John
Wells nt $13; red heifer to A. Kd
waids $25; calling to Lnfe F.llis nt
$2S; .vein ling ball to S. G. McKiu
i'cy tit ?20; milk cow to J. A. Ham
monds nt $15.50 uud one to John
Johnson nt ill; bunch of 175-11).
hot;s to M. H. Carson nt $0.05 a hun
dred. Hotse Stock Hrood mine James
(ladbcrry $95; undo colt G. D. Gad
berry $33; yemling colt to I). J. C.
Murker $51; p.iir eight- ear-old
mules R. G. (lover $250; pair six-car-o1d
mules to R. II. Woods $323;
buggy mare to J. 11. Woods $100.
Fivo hundred bales of timothy
buy went to Dr. J. C. Darker, 300
bales at 05 cents nnd 200 bales at
(ill cents n hundred. 100 bales of
strnw went to W. G. Oownu ut 2lc
a bale; 50 bales to Ed Ctirpenter lit
20 cents nnd 50 bales Jo M. H. Car
sou at 20 cents.
Mr. McCormnek offered his fnrm
in two diffeient tioet; one of them,
02 1-2 acres, was taken off the
market ut $55 and the remainder be
refused to offer nt all, believing it
tvas useless to no so in mow ot mo
I ... a .,
.poor nnl lie luul on tlio nrsc tract
Accnrdiui! to promise I tun to
eive the lcpoit of the highest aver
ago based on census. After looking
over tho repoits lrom the teachers
in the Rurnl schools, I find thnt the
highest nveiuge based on census is
eighty one percent. This is in Kit
ucational Div. 2, Sub. 4, Mrs. C. L,
Goocb, tencher. Several teachers
report nil average over 70 per cent.
At tho close of the torm, I will give
the name of teacher and suh district
making the best average for term
Garland Singleton, Supt.
SPEAKS HERE SATURDAY
Judge John W. Hughes, of Mercer
who will bo ono of the principal
speakers at tho big democratic rally
hero Saturday afternoon, "i At that
time u Ann personal messago from
Woodrow Wilson to the voters will
FOR LINCOLN HUNTY
Orators In Auto Train T Make
Complete Tour On ThuVsday
iNcvcr before in the history of
Lincoln county has such (interest
been manifested in n Natioial elec
tiou ns the one which will bet brought
to n close on the 5th of the com
ing month. Even in county racos,
when interest is nt fever herit, it has
been impossible to secure good sized
audiences out in the county to as
semble for tho purpose ofj hearing
n. speaker. The campaign ibis fall,
however, is proving an exception to
this condition, for splendid audi
ences have greeted every speaker
sent out, nnd the numerous inquiries
as to where the nexB meeting will
be held, ehow the interest that h
being taken in the fight. From ev
ery section of the countycome
splendid reports nnd Chairman Mc
Carty is leaving no stone unturned
to keep this intorest up by sending
spenkers to every precinct to dis
cuss the issues nnd to remind the
voters that victory is within the
grasp of democracy if its forces
will go to the noils.
In addition to the final lally to bo
held in Stanford on Saturday after
noon, Nov. 2nd, ut which time Judge
John W. Hughes and one or two
others, of thn best stump spenkers
in the Stnte will be present, it is
being airanged to make a complete
canvass of the county in a train of
automobiles, which will entry one or
more spenkers from out in the state
who have established reputation.
Chief of. tbee will be Hon John W.
Newman W, Commissioner of Agri
culture, and who is a musing dem
With the orators will bo u number
of local speakers and as many of
the leading democrats, of the coun
ty as can be seated in the machines.
This still will be u splendid oppor
tunity for those demociats living
in remote parts of the county to
hear a sunmmry of the political sit
uation in the nation, us every sec
tion will bo covered. Rend caieful
ly tho following itincinry as you
will sec exactly whon tho whirlwind
campaigners will reach you. The
speeches will necessarily be shott,
but they will be to the point and
well worth coming to bear.
Thursday, Oct. 31st.
Leave Stanford 9 A. M., urrivo
Shelby City 0:30.
Lenvo Shelby City 10 A. M. ar
rive Milledgevillo 10.15.
Leave Milledgevillo 10:30, arrive
Lcavo Moreland 11:15 urrivc IIus
Lenvo Ilustonvillo 1 P. M. nrriva
Mt. Salem 1:30.
Leave Mt. Salem 2 P. M. in rive at
Leave McKinney 3 P. M. iniivc
Tm nersv ilk 3:20.
Lcavo Turncrsvillo 3:10 P. M. ar
rive Rowland 4:15.
Leave Rowland 4:15, arrive Hub
Leave Hubble 0 P. M.
Friday, Nov, 1st
Leave Stanford 8 A. M., arrive
Leave Wti noshiirg 10 A. M. nr
live Kingsville 10:40.
Leave Kiugvillo 11:30 A. M. nr
rive Highland 12.
Lcavo Highland 1 P. M. arrive
Leave Preaehorsville 3 P. M. ar
rtVO Urnb Urchnru 3flU,
ieave uraDurcuaru i-.oi. uirivei'
Otteubeim 7. '
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BULL MOOSE DANCES
Have Become the Fad Among Mem-
bers of that Party at Rowland i
, . i
Rowland, Lincoln County. Oct. 28. W. P. Given, of the Shelby City
It Seems that the Hull Mooso par- sccjion of Lincoln nnl ono of tho
ty is getting all of tho republican most prominent and popular farm
voters here. Practically all of tho crs in this part of the state, has
republicans in this precinct will vote, been missed from his usual haunts
for RoosevclU Tbo women have for some time, having been Inid up
got up a now dance which they call nt bis home with a badly mashed
tho Hull Moose step and no one is foon. Ho was at Junction City tho
admitted unless bo is a Hull Moos- other day, and desiring to cross the
er. Their first dnnco or grand open- inilroad track, found his way block
ing was last week at Mr. and Mrs. cd by n freight train. He waited
Jim James'. Our bustling stock nwbilo for it to move, but becoming
trader and tnlentcd musician, Mr. impatient at the delay, ho started
Georgo Lunsford, lunnslicd tbc mu- climbing across tho arain, between
sin. Miss Knty Land and Mrs. Belle two cars. Just as he had gotten bc
Conloy were considered tho best tween the cars, with bis feet on the
Steppers. At these dances the men Couplings, tbo ongino bumped or
nil have to wear buttons or badges jerked the train in such a manner
pinned on them, and the ladies all tbat one of .Mr. Givens' feet got bo-
do their hair up in cone-like shnpo
on their foreheads, which is design-
ed to represent the Moose horns.
We nrn !nd to so Mr. .T ti Hi.
gins back in our town selling goods
Unclc Alex Martin is very sick.'
James Sutton, who has beon sick,
is able to be up again.
Mrs. John Piitchett has been sick
for several days.
Messrs. linrry itarns, Jesse Alar-
tin, Lilburn Brent, Foster nnd Leon
nrd Smith, Miss Jennie Smith, nnd
Mr. W. R. Smith and family went
cdiestnut hunting Sunday and had a
Progressives to Be Represented'.
Three political parties will be re
presented by inspectors nnd chal
lengers nt the polls next Tuesday,
the Progressives nil over the state
having out their lists so that they
can sco what goes on inside the
booths and that Roosevelt gets all
tbc votes thnt arc cast for him. The
law provides that each political
party represented on the ballot is
entitled to such representation at the
polls, and the new party is taking
advantage of the law.
Tf you have yonng children you
bnve perhaps noticed that disorders
of the stomach are their most com
mon nilment. To correct this von
will find Clinmberlnins's Stomach
and liver Tablets excellent. They
arc easy and pleasant to take, and
mild nnd pentle in effect. For sale
by G. L. Penny.
Your cash will go a long ways at
Huqhes, Martin & Co.'s. Everything
ROOSEVELT DELEGATE FOR TAFT
Letter of Win. Hevhuiii. Piesident Hclknan Hardware & Manufnctur
imr Cummiiiv. and Roosevelt Delegare from Louisville to the Republican
National Convention. Louisville. Kv. Oct. 25. 1012,
Mi Chas. L. Seholl. ,
Mv I)e..r Sir:
Helen iiu to oiu riicstiou as to what candidate I have decided to
vote lor. for Pie-ident. nt the November election. I would sav that 1 am
uoiut' to vote tor Messus. Taft nnd Sherman, whom I icsr.nd ns the leuu
!ar nominees for the lieinibl"itii Paitv.
I ulti'iicli'cl tlu Cliitiiyo Convention as a Roosevelt delegate, but from
mv obseivntion and experience tbcie. I consideied it was fortunnto for
tho country and lor the Republican Partv as well, that Mr. Roosovelt was
i.t iiomiuutcd. I became convinced that Mv. Roosevelt's candidacv waii
the result of pcr-oiuil ambition and not tor the purpose of fuitheriiur anv
paiticular policies or principles 1 believe that with Mr. Rooovelt'sco
oDcmtiou it was possible for the Piouie&MVe element, of the Rupublicnn
Partv to have nominated Governor llndlev or Senator Cummins to have
ln-de anv changes iu tho platfimu that nii'.'ht have been desirable to have
tcviscd tho ink's so a to eliminate the authority of the National Coo
imttce. where ovei such authority as they had mmht be abused, uud more
important than all. to uic.seivc the iutcu'titv ami usefulness of the Reuub
'Mr. Roosevelt's lolloweis. bv leason of their passionately stormy
methods, used wbeie no principles
same vehemence as wbeie principles
iideuee in their Icvel-heudeduens and
by what I saw- at CIiuiil'o. lor the lack of the sense of pvoDortion tiiat
lead to tho action of the Roosevelt stippoiters in undertaking to estab
lish the PiO'-'iessivo Paitv.
As for invself. 1 can see no hope of aecomplishincr prolrreastve meas
i.i es bv this pioceduie. and utuvc dnuser of weakening the iuflueuco f the
li'tpublicaii Partv for uood iiloinr niiinv lines.
The Republican platform iclative to Taiiff policies appeals to me with
vecuhai fotce. I have had the advantage of kuowimr soiriethiuc: about the
uoikin- etfect of taiitf schedules uud tariff policies on business, and.
vwthout iccliiiL' intolerant of tlio opinion of other men. am satisfied that
the Republican pohev of nioteitioii is for the treuerul inUVest as well ns
itruci.il inospciitv. I believe that if Dr. Wilson is elected President, ho
will piobablv cull an extra session of Coniriess. t leviso tbo Tariff, and
inmicdiatclv business will stairuntc. The demiiud for tbo product of the
l.i nn uud tactorv will drn tf. ami the necessary accompaniment to this
will lie a talliu mnrket. 11 the Tin iff schedules me so made us to
threaten American pioduier. with serious competition fioin abroad, where
the price of labor Ls so much lower than heic. the condition of stnuiiiitioii
will be permanent, or until tbo policy is chnuued. It the1 chauire mtidu by
such a jeeial version is not such as to brinir the American consumer into
coiiiiietifion with the foieiuu producer, I can see no Ionic in chniuriui: the
Tu i iff. hence the prournni of tho Democratic Partv bectnncs a futile one.
No ono who is thuushtlul inn doubt that if the Deinocruliu Partv is
elected to power bv n larue inniotitv. as some claim it will be. it villi bo u
verv i.nlical fiee tiade. or. "Tariff for the tevenuo only' Partv. No
h'lieved pio-dectioii phinscs of Dr. Wilson, deliveicdin Pittsburtr to
pluciite the voteis in the distuct. wheie Piotcction sentiment is smmoscd
to be extensive, will chnnce this fuel. Those who vote for Dr. Wilson,
shou'd do it with tho full knowledge oi what it means, and should not nVo
for him unless thev believe in tbo tariff for men ue onlv. which i the leal
iiicauiuir of the Democintic platfoim and tho real intention of the Dem
ocKttiu Paitiv. Those who believe in a protective tanff policy and ex
pect to make their vote effective
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:ve;tOM!ll IlieiU or HOI.
TRAIN MASHES FOOT
P. Givens Laid Up for Some
Time With Painful Injury
uwecn a coupling and wns badly
mashed, several of the small bones
the foot being broken. Mr. Giv-
" was taken home in a rig nnd a
P'osician dressed his injuries and
luuue uuu us cutty us possiuie, uui
,ho '"J"1"' is a very l""""1 ono and
will keep turn conlineil Inr some
time. Ho says that he is going to
mnlrn nvarv iffnrf t. trol ii fnwn nn
ncxt Tuesday, however, to vote for
v,vlson and Marshall.
Hie pie supper nt Neal's Creek
last week was enjoyed by those
present. The nice lot of pies sold
for good prices, the proceeds from
which will bo used for the benefit of
the church. MUs- Kntherine Terry
won the ring, which was offered for
the most popular young lady. The
ladies and others who promoted
this delightful entertainment thank
nil who assisted them in any way.
Mr. Jack Terry has been on the
sick list but is some better.
Mr. Hence Lay bns been quite ill
Mr. and Mrs. Will Kirkpatrick are
rejoicing over the arrival of a fine
big boy at their home. He has been
named Henry Wilson.
Mr. E. N. Terry is getting ready
to leave Sunday for the east. The
many friends of this popular fam
ily regret to see them go.
Here is a woman who speaks from
personal knowledge and long experi
ence, viz: Mrs. P. II. Brogan, of
Wilson, Pa., who says, "I know from
experience thnt Chamberlain's Cough
Remedy is far superior to any other.
For croup there is nothing that ex
cels it." For sale by G. L. Penny.
could possibly be involved with the
mnrlit be involved, destroyed mv con
rood iudsment. 1 wiu well prepared
should in mv opinion, stay witu tne
.dax.it. .i ,r a mil mi no. ,i Alt...... ti.iat
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1 COL HUFF DUDDERAR
GOES TO BETTER LAND
Well Beloved ami Esteemed CKIzm
And Farmer Pastes Away Fri
day After Short Illness.
Col. Huffman Duddorar, known to
nearly every citizen of this county,
nnd a familiar figure, prominent
farmer nnd well esteemed citizen,
died after a few days' illness )f a
complication of troubles, at hi
homo nenr Rowlnnd, at 11 o'clock
Inst Friday night. The end came
cacefully as though he was but
laying aside the toils of a well spent .
day, to bo renewed, as was his cus
tom, with the coming of another
Col. Duddcrar was born in Lin
coln county, dnd his entire life of 80
years was spent within its borders.
Many yenrs agt he led to the hy
meneal altar, Miss Cynthia Farmer,
nnd she, with five of the seven chil
dren horn to them, survive. They are
Mesdamcs J. F. Larue, of Louisville
George W. DeBorde and W. L. Mur- '
phy, of this place, Ed Dudderar, of
Montgomery, Ala., and J. Pox Dud"'
derar, the well known L. & N. en
gineer with headquarters in Louis
ville. All were at the bedside when
the end enme.
For a number of years after the
civil war, Col. Dudderar conducted
a stage line between Stanford and
Somerset, nnd by his courteous
treatment of nil won the title of the
"Stage Coach Prince." He gave op
hat busine39 nfter raiiway connec
lions wero established and devoted
his nttention to farming and stock
raising at which he was eminently
successful. He was of a jovial, hap
py disposition, nnd numbered his
friends by his acquaintances. Many
years ago ho united with the Chris
tian church nnd ever lived up to its
A few years ago Col. nnd ' Mrs.
Dudderar celebrated their golden
wedding and those who gathered at
the hospitable home for the joyous
occasion, expressed the hope that
this well beloved couple might live
to celebrate their 00th anniversary!
nnd it seemed that the years wera
resting so lightly upon them that
these fond hopes might be realized.
Only a few days since he was on the
the streets of Stanford looking well
and apparently gave promise of
many mdre useful years; but man
proposes nnd God disposes, and on
Sunday afternoon, after services at
his late home by Rev. D. M. Walk
er, the mortal remains of this good
man were laid to rest beneath tho
sod of Buffalo Springs Cemetery.
Tho pall-bearers were: Active
E. P. Woods, W. M. Bright, M. B.
Salin, W. L. McCarty, A. T. Nun
nelley, W. K. Shugars. Honorary
E. T. Pence, Win. Grimes, S. T.
Harris, J. N. Menefee, S. J. Bell, N.
$25.00 In Gold Given Away
R. M. Newland, tbo Life and Fire
Insurance ngent here, will give a to
bacco show on the 2nd Monday in
December, court day.
Prizes as Follows:
$15 iu gold for the best six hands
of lugs to weigh not' less than four
.17.50 for the second best.
$2.50 for the third best.
No trnsh leaf or red sonsidered.
A. Wk King, Danville, Ky., Judge.
Talk with me about your fire and
life insurance. R. M. NEWLAND.
That's the proper way to pro
nounce I1YOMEI, the famous Ca
tarrh remedy mado from Australian
Eucalyptus and other antiseptics
Just brcntho it. IT BANISHES CA
TARRH. G. L. Penny is authorize
to refund purchase prico to any
dissntisficd customer. Complete
outfit, $1; extra bottle, 50c.
Farm Contalninq 60 Acres 5 Miles
From Danville, on Stanford Pike
Huiring decided to soil mv farm
which contains 00 ncies of fine Blue
GniBu Liind, which is iu a lush state
of cultivation, nnd which lies about
mid-wnv between Danville uud Stan
ford, on ne of the best nik - in the
stnte. will offer it to tho lushest
nnd best bidder on.
FRIDAY. NOV. 1, 1912.
At 10 A. M. Will also sell some
household and kitchen furniture, and
a small amount of stock.
MRS. W. P. HARIUSON,
MRS. ILETTIE E. EADS.
T. D. Engish. Auct. 83-4.
I have lost two bounds, one med
ium sized white ond black female,
and one good sized black and taa
dog. Finder will get reward. J.
Thos. Uackley, Jr. 84-3.