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Farm Lands, Live Stock, Crops, Etc.
WE WILL SELL AT PUBLIC OUTCRY ON
Wednesday, Oct. 30, 12
EGINNING AT 10 O'CLOCK A. M.. OUR FARM CONSISTING OF
S ACRES OF BLUE GRASS LAND, A LOT OF GOOD STOCK,
At,nta ur qther pROpERTY.
One farm located 1-2 mile west of
Hustonville, on Dradfordsvillo turn
pike. Tins farm lias one 7-room
dwelling house and one 4-rootn ten
Ant house, both in Rood repair. Also
2 luuutuv barns which vil! hold 25
acres of Rood tobacco, one stock
barn and all other necessary out
buildings. This land is rich, well
watered, lies perfectly for success
ful cultivation, in fine neighborhood
convenient to churches nnd excellent
Anyone wishing to look at this
farm can find me in Hustonville or
my pon on said farm, or can phone
me and I will meet them at train at
One pndd'? bred cbtnnt pot!
mare, Reg. No. 5823; has record as
great show mare, breedin? show
colts that hare won 1st premiums in
pome of best stakes; in foal now to
1 7-year-old Black mare, bred to
1 3-yenr-old saddle bred bay horse,
Josiah Bishop & Son.
HUSTONVILLE. KENTUCKY. CAPT. T. D. ENGLISH. AUCT.
We have another shipment of
Alcorn, Price $2 per 100 lbs
while the supply lasts. Do not
overlook slopping your hogs on shipstuff.
Best and most economical feed to start your
feeders on. Price $26.00 per ton.
J. H. Baughman & Co.
fof 1 are
A man. should know
you will.feel at
A BANK is a public institution
with its interests bound up in the
community in which it exists.
Every responsible citizen like yourself has a right to all the
help we can give. Come in and let us know each other.
STATE BANK & TRUST CO.,
Capital $50,000. Surplus $500 Stanford, Ky.
W. L. MCCARTY, PrM.
I. L PEMNY, V. Ptm.
M. . SALIN, CasMsr.
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I?cg. No. 4170.
1 two-year-old saddle bred bay
horse by Ches. Peavine, subject
1 weanling colt, by Dignity Dare.
1 sorrel mare, bred to jack.
1 brawn raars, bred to jack.
I family mare, bred to horse.
1 D-yenr-old gelding, trotting bred.
1 sorrel yearling gelding, by All Pea
vine. 1 filly coif, by All Peavine.
3 suckling mule colts; 2 yearling
1 pair work mules; 1 2-year-old
1 3-ycar-old Jersey milk cow; 3 Jer
sey heifers; 7 weanling steer
2 Inrwe lirnotj sows nnd Rnmp olinntu
A few choice ewes nnd one buck.
"Will sell 1-2 interest in 13 ncrcs of
fine tobacco; a lot of loose and bal
ed hav. A lot of corn in shock;
some fodder; implements nnd house
hold goods too numerous to men
tion. Terms Ea3y.
J. S. RICE, V. Ptm.
J. D. EADS. V-Ptm.
R. P. BROWN, A.-CashY.
TREES!! Fruit and Ornamental
Shrubs, Asnaragus, Rhubarb, Peo
nies, Roses, Phlox, etc. No Agents.
Growers of What wo sell. Free
IL P. IIILLENMEYER & SONS,
FARM AN! STOCK NEWS
For Snlo. Two second hand wag
ons. Sam Cnstellj. 87-1.
I have Ave good steers for sale.
Jo. Ballou. 801p
I bnvo a fresh Jersey heifer for
sale. T. D. Ncwland, Stanford 85-1
For sale, about 100 head of hogs.
Henry Riddcrpnear Ottcnhcira. 85 3
Drindle cow, crop oft right ear,
came to my place Sept. 10 Owner can
get her by paying for this notice and
hor keep. Frank Adkins, Moreland3p
Two small shoats came to my
paco about four weeks ago. Owner
can get same by describing, paying
for this notice nnd their keep. Mrs.
Sarah Dayton, McKinney. 85-3
For Sale. Fine mule jack. This
jack is in n class by himself as a
mule jack. You will have to -Geo this
Jack and his colts to appreciate him.
Ho must be sold by Nov. 15 as I will
leave for tho south after tunt time.
Turners colts hae sold this scuauu
at $130, in 1910 several sold at the
Brodhead fair for $125. B. B. King
Moreland, Ky. 83-5.
For Rent The farm of 153 acres
belonging tJ the Martin heirs located
about two nnd n half miles from
Crab Orchard on Lancaster pike,
right on the river; good house on
premises, tobacco barn nnd other
buildings; cash rent. For further
information npply to Leonard Mar
tin, Crab Orchard. 80-3p
For Sale. ,000 bushels of. strip
ped blue grass seed. Extra quality.
80 cents per bushel in 50 bushel lots
Must be taken this month. H. C.
Bright, Danville, Ky. 83-6.
Wanted to buy 10,000 bushels of
millet seed. Send sample. Jas. D.
Shelby, Junction City. Ky. 86-2,
Estrav Red cow nnd two year
ling steers; weigh about 600 lbs
each. J. T. Rigsby, CTab Orchard
R. P. D. 3. S6-3
Public Sale. I will sell my farm
of 60 acres on tho Hustonville and
Middleburg pike, Nov. 9, also stock
and crops. T. A. Wilkinson, Huston
ville, Ky. ' 87-lp.
For Sale at n Bargain. ur win
rent to good tobacco mn, 137 acres
fnrm hntwppn Tumcrsville and Jum
bo; good buildings; fine water. Chas
T. Willson, R. 3, Stanford, Ky. i-J
Henar RMI sf
& Uncaln Democrats
. . . .
In response to the appeal to pub
lic spirited citizens to co-operate
with Wbodrow Wilson in his inten
tion to acoept no money from self
seeking interests, in the financing
nt thn nmnni:m. the I. J. has open
ed an Honor Roll of those citizens
who are willing to assist in the good
fight. Checks should be made pay
nMa in XV. f). Davis. Trens.. and all
received will be acknowledged by
the 1. J. in these columns and ior
warded to tho campaign treasurer,
fniilriliutions ko far received are:
Previously reported $72.50
A friend LOU
J. C. Bailey 1.00
J. Nevin Carter 1.00
A Severe Sickness Leaves
The Kidneys Weak
After recovering from a severe
spell of sickness faomo time ago, I
wns all run down nnd suffering from
poor blood. I would hav pains in
my back and hips an my kidneys
bothered be all the time I started
taking Swamp-Root upon the re
commendation of u friend and found
it war just what 1 needed. My
blood became all right and after
taking a fow bottles, I was surpris
ed ut the effect it had on my kid
neys. They were entirely cured and
I have much to be thankful for that
your great remedy did for me.
Yours very truly
W. O. BLACKMON,
Phenix City, Ala.
Sworn to and subscribed before
me. this the 14th day of July 1909.
W. J. Birs, Justice of the Peace.
Dr. Kilmer & Cs.
Blnghamtm, N. Y.
Prove What Swamp Rest Will Do
Send to Dr. Kilmer & Co., Bing
hamton, N. Y., for a sample bottle.
It will convince anyone. You will
also receive a booklet of valuable
information, telling all about the
kidnays and bladder. When writing
be sure to mention the Stanford In
terior Journal. Regular fifty cent
and one-dollar sire bottles for sale
at all drug stores.
J. C. McClary
UNMRTAKIN AN KMIAUMR
VfflM PIMM 117. Hmm PfcMt 9a.
Natfenal PrshwHlM Party Platfsrm
Tho Prohibition party in national
conUMition at Atlantic City, N. J.,
July 10, 11 nnd 12, 1912, recogniz
ing God ns the source of all govern
mental authority, makes tho follow
ing declaration- of principles and
1 The alcoholic drink traffic is
wrong; is tho roost serious drain on
tho wealth nnd resources of the na
tion; is detrimental to tho general
welfare nnd destructive f the in
ntionnble rights of life, liberty nnd
the pursuit of happiness. All laws
taxing or licensing a traffic which
produces crime, poverty nnd politi
cal corruption, nnd spreads disease
and denth, should be repealed. To
destroy such n traffic there must bo
elected to power n political party
which will administer tho govern
ment from the standpoint that the
ulcoholic drink iramc is a crime n'nd
not .1 business, and we pledge thnt
the manufacture, importation, ex
portation, transportation, nnd snlo
of alcoholic beverages shall be pro
hibited. Wo favor:
2 Tho election of United States
Senators by direct vote of the peo
ple. 3 A uniform marriage and di
vorce lnw. Tho extermination of
polygnmy and the complete suppres
sion of the traffic in eirls.
4 Absolute protection of the
rights of labor, without impairment
of the rights of capital.
B The settlement of nil interna
tional disputes by arbitration.
6 The abolition of child labor in
mines, workshops and factories with
the rigid enforcement of the laws
now flagrantly violated.
7 Suffrage for women " on the
same terms ns for men.
8 A presidential term of 6 years
nnd one term only.
0 Court review of post office and
other department decisions and or
dors; the extension of the Postal
Snvine Bank system and of rural
delivery, and the establishment of
an efficient parcels post.
10 The initiative, referendum
11 As the tariff is a commercial
question it should be fixed on scien
tific bnsLs of accurate knowledge,
aeoured hy means of n permanent.
omni-pnrCisan tariff commission,
with ample powers.
12 Equitable graduated income
and inheritance taxes.
13 Conservation of our forest
and mineral reserves, nnd the recla
mntion of waste lands. All mineral
nnd timber lands, nnd water pow
ers, now owned by the government,
should be held perpetually and leas
ed fT revenue purposs.
14 Clearly defined laws for the
regulation and control of corpora
tions transacting tin interstate bus
lit Umeienoy and economy in
1G The protection of one day in
seven ns a day of rest.
To the.-e fundamental principle
the National Prohibition party re
iitMv.s its long iilleginuce, nnd on
thee issues, invite the co-opera
tion of nil good citizens to the end
that the true object of government
may be nttniucd, nnraely, equal and
e.xnct justice for nil.
Card of Thanks
We, the family, desire to express
our sincere thanks to nil our neigh
bors nnd friends for their affection
ate nnd sympathizing kindness dur
ing the illness nnd death of our dear
loving mother and grandmother Mrs
R. L. Jones, and will they rest as
sured that; their names and loving
words are indelibly inscribed upon
trc scroll of memory and our Heav-
ly Father will abundantly bless all
Martin & Co's.
cost at Hughes,
Sick headache is caused by a
disordered stomach. Take Cham-
horlain's Tablets and correct that
and tho headnche will disappear.
For salo by O. L. Penny.
130.00' TO flOO.00 A MONTH
For your ipar tlm Experience not need
ed. Wmit ui ttkllvB man in this locality.
To Introduce us to your frlendi. We pay
larceat caah beneflti when lick, Injured,
and at death, (or arnalleit cost. Free-In-urance
and Caah.Oonua offer to Drat n re
plicant from this place. Write quick (or
THE I-L-U 839, Covington, Ky.
UNDKRTAKKM AND CM
BALMKM. ALSO DIAL
R IN rURNITURC MAT.
TINeM, RU. THIY WILL
FOR ALL KMMM OF STOCK.
WVI THIM A CALL. FRIOB
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Skin On Fire?
Jut th mild, ilmple wash, the wall
known D.n.D. Prescription for Ecmbb.
and the Itch Is f ma.
A trial will prorolt. ,
We hav sold ether remedies for sfclB
trouble but none that we eould sauna
tee ns we can tha n.D.D. remedy. If
tho first regular alt 11.00 bottle doss
hot do exactly aa ws say, It will no
cost you a cwt
Shuoars & Tanner Stanford. Kv
American Realty C.
Are offering splendid Bargains in
Stock and Grain Farms. Our
specialties Improved ALFALFA
FaTms, also Fruit nnd Poultry
Farms. We have the Farms they
nil Want, Location, Near Towns,
Good Schools ,nnd Churches, fine
Climate; excellent Water. Send for
Lists, Then Sco for Yourself. 304-6
Surety Bld'b, Muskogee, Okln.
I will offer my fnrm for sale con
sisting of CO acres on the O recti riv
er 2 1-2 miles east of McKinney on
the Jumbo pike on
Tbursdav. Nov. 14, 1912
This fnrm is level nnd under good
fences. Qood for corm nnd crass.
10 ncrcs of fine timber land, 5, acres
of meadow, 10 acres of pasture, the
remainder for corn.
A new 4-room house, barn 32x40
smoke house of two rooms, buggy
house nnd wood shed, tenant house
of four rooms.
Will also sell household nnd kit
chen furniture, which is new, nil of
my stock, n saw and prist mill and
lumber, crops nnd a vacant lot nt
McKinney, and other things too
numerous to mention.
This funn is on the best road in
Lincoln county, Tural mail, tele
phone close to school nnd church.
John Newell. Hustonville
84-7p. R. F. D. No. 1 Box 108.
J. N. Cash, plaintiff, vs. John and
Sallie Cnrrilton, defendants.
Lincoln Circuit Court.
In obedience to n judgment of tho
Lincoln Circuit Court rendered nt its
May term, 1912. in above styled ac
tion, the undersigned Commissioner
will, nt about 1 o'clock P. M. Mon
dny, Not ember 11, 1912, County
Court day, in front of the court
house door in Stanford, Ky., offer
for sale nt public outcry to the high
est and best bidder the following
personal property nnd Ten! estate
towit : the personnlty consists of one
saw mill and engine, being n com
plete Hussell outfit nnd same being
same rig and outfit sold to the de
fendant John Cnrrilton by J. N.
Cush. The real estate is described
as follows: being in two tracts in
Lincoln county, Ky., on Green river
and bounded on tho northeast and
west bv the lands of Bradley John-
ton, on the southwest by lnnds of
J. J. Heed, and on the south by minis
Crim Smith, southeast by lands of
Ben Vest and Joe Pcnnybakcr's
heirs, and on the en-t by lnnds of
John McKcc, containing Id acres,
moro or less. Second tract is in
Lincoln county, Ky., on wnters of
Green river and bounded on the
south and west by lands of John
Vinson; on the southeast by lands
of D. C. Hingo, on the cast and wesf
by lands of Bradley Johnuii und
John Ileniy, containing 35 acres,
more or les.
ANo a parcel containing four
ncic-, more or le-w, nnd same con
veyed to defendant John Cnrrilton
by deed from George Pullinm nnd
wife, lecuulcd ill deed book 27 page
M8. Tho personalty will he offered
first nnd if not sufllcient to satisfy
judgment, then tho real estate will
lie offered ns follows: tract 1, 2 nnd
3. This snlo is made to satisfy
plaintiff's judgment for $350 with
interest thereon nt (1 per cent per
annum from June 0, 1910, with it
ciedit of $10 paid Juno 0, 1011. Sale
miido on crodit of six months, bond
with good surety for purchnse price
payable to Commissioner, bearing C
per cent interest from day of sale,
until paid, secured by lien and hav
ing force nnd effect of judgment
will be requhed of purchaser. Oct.
24, 1912. 80-3F
E. D. Pennington. M.C.L.CC.
. lefiOIKLEY llea
Loose Leaf House at Lexington, Ky.
Has plenty of room. All modern appliances and facilities
for handling tobacco. Railroad connection with the house.
Gets the highest prico for tobacco. The Latest, Largest and
Best of Loose Leaf Warehouses.
Careful ana courteous attention guaranteed. Come to see ua.
MARKET OPENS TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 19TH.
J. D. CLARK, Manager.
Either MY. Taft w NJr. WHtn WW te Efecte PreeMent.
In Kentucky, the Progressive Pnrtv will fall flr Bhorti of securing th
required number of oUs to nnnllfv it ns n political partv within the pro
visions of our election lnws. This is indicated clenrlv bv their insignifi
cant registration, und bv the reports recehed bv the Committee, of con
ditions throughout the State..
Since the mlddlo of September, the DIHFT HAS BKEN STEADILY
TOWAim. THE HE-ELECTIO.V OF MK. TAFT nnd is 1NCHEASINO IN
FORCK ns the election .draws near.
The reason for this is apparent to nnv one civliur tho inn Mot a
moment' consideration. CONTINUOUS EMPLOYMENT IS AT HAND for
nil thoo who desito to find it nnd REMUNERATIVE PRICES REWARD
THE PRODUCERS. THIS MEANS COMFORT FOR THE PEOPLrl GEN
ERALLY nnd nccounts nlwi for tho nbsence of political excitement1.
The VIOLATION OF THE MOST SACRED TRADITION OF THE
REPUBLIC: opposition to n THIRD TERM ns President for nnv man. and
the ECONOMICAL THEORIES nnd VITAL CONSTITUTIONAL GUANOES
involved in the enndidaev of Mr. Roosevelt, nro issues of cxtrtmo im
portance, but the fact thnt 1118 PEFtiAT IS CONCEDED BY ALL. except,
his most ardent supporters, has to n Inrge extent eliminated them frqm
THE RACE BEING BETWEEN THE REPUBLICAN AND DEMO
CRATIC CANDIDATES: our confidence thnt the good iudgment of the
people will lend them to RE-ELECT MR. TAFT is baed upon the record:
THE REPUBLICAN PARTY BELIEVES IN. AND WILL ADHERE TO
II IK PROTECTIVE TARIFF SYSTEM.
THE DEMOCRATIC PARTY BELIEVES IN TARIFF FOR REVENUE
ONLY, which means FNEE TRADE .nnd. if placed in power, will, it true to
their pint form declaration seel: nt once to wipe out nnd DESTROY ALL
ELEMENTS OF PROTECTION in our tariff laws. Their platform de
clarations of 1892 and 1012 on this ouestion arc identical nnd. in both, a
U'ROTKCTIVK TARIFF IS DENOUNCED AS UNCONSTITUTIONAL.
In 1892 the Deinot-rnlin Pnrtv wiw succe!?ful upon this issue nnd
thiv tried their hand on the tariff and the resnlts nro well remembered
DISTRESS. MISERY. WANT AND ACTUAL STARVATION WfERE GEN
ERAL THROUGHOUT THE LAND nnd continued until the election of
McKinlcv and the restoration of tho Republican Pnrtv to control. Thev.
of counc. trv to explain und nhsolvo themselves of responsibility for the
result, but thev cannot denv nctunl oondilions ns thev existed during their
complete control of the exerulne nd legislative branches of our govern
ment. NOW THE COUNTRY PROSPERS. Business prostration in nnv line
exists no where within its borders. The affairs of tho government have
been economically und efficiently administered. THE GOVERNMENT'S
CONTROL OF TRUSTS HAS BEEN STRENGTHENED. A surplus re
innius in the ticnsurv after the pavment of nil cxpene. The trade of tlu
country is larger than at nnv other period in its hitorv,
A Republican Administration, with Mr. Taft as its head, has been
niul is now in charge. WE KNOW WHAT WE HAVE IN 1912. WE KNOW
WHAT WE GOT AS A RESULT OF 1892.
Under the PROSPERITY and PLENTY, under the other DISASTER
THE ONLY SAFE COURSE LIES IN HOLDING ON TO THAT WHICH
IS GOOD. DANGER LURKS IN A CHANGE. No risk excent in n chnnge.
Tbon why take itT A VOTE FOR ROOSEVELT IS WORSE THAN WAST
ED: it is a ote to take the risk.
SO. MR. VOTER, whatever mav be vour occupation. THINK IT OVER
while von et have time, and LET YOUR VOTE SOUARE WITH YOUR
REPUBLICAN STATE CAMPAIGN COMMITTEE.
Alvis S. Bennett. W. D. Cochran.
BOURDON REMEDY CO..
r.ncloMxt flixl photo ol hog that wa cured of
cholera with your IJouiben llf Cholera Htm.
djr. Thlt bogwai almoit dead before uiln?
tha medicine, sod then via entirely ciir!, ?
cept lot of er, tall, etc. The hof ll owood by
Mr. SkllM It win?, of Howling tireen. Ky. He
vi: U, uied to givo you a teitlrnonUl. and wo
can get teveral more If you want them.
JENKINS-SUBLETT DRUO CO..
Ask Your Druccist lor It.
Shuoars & Tanner.
i - gV jr--gryUeaaaaaK.
Fresh Oysters next
Friday, direct from
T. D. NEWLAND,
opposite Court House
H. B. Northcoft
Lime & Cement