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THE MTCWim 10UMIAI STANFORD, KENTUCKY.
THC KST CIRCUIT CLERK IN THE STATE.
S WfcPP' " Be? 'OWiiiB
AFTER FISCAL COURT
AIvwmm Shawl Up Irreftilar
Cendltlwis ki Aitdrwi.
Hon. James F. Holdam.
Who wns elected to the office in Lineolneounty Tundny with no opponi
tion, n both th rtpublienns nnd progressive? knew that it would be
v.wrless to oppose him. Mr. Iloldam is nid liy lawyer to ho the ltetd
Circuit Clerk in the state, nnd there is no doubt but Hint ho i one of
the most popular. Ho fills out the term mndo vncnnt by the death of
Col. Josh Swopc.
employment .reqtwt the Governor
to employe such additional counsel.
"Before such counsel is employed
his fee and compensation fchnll be
agreed upon nnd fixed by written
contract by the Governor nnd snid
counsel, subject to the approval of
the Attorney General.'
"It U, tbcreforo apparent that I
cannot appoint da attorney to nsitt
tho Attorney General in these Miits
until the Attorney General, in writ
ing, rc(ucsts mo to do so, nnd nlo
nirrveH with me on ' ooiniienMV.
tion tho count-el employed is to re
coil?. "JAMKS It. MrCHKAUY."
Several desirable homes nnd
building lot in StnnfoTd for sale.
Apply to Harvey Helm. 83-3.
Catarrh Sufferers Astonished
Booth's I1Y0MKI, tho soothing,
healing, perm destroying air gives
If yon already own n UYOMET
hnrd mbber inhaler yon can get a
bottle of IIYOMEI for only 50c, The
complete outfit, which includes in
haler, is $1, nnd is sold by 0. L.
Penny on money bnck plan.
With every bottle or IIYOMEI
comes a small booklet. This book
tells how easy nnd simple it is to
kill Cntarrah perms and end Cntnrrh
by just breathing into the lungs over
the catarrh infected membrane the
powerful yet pleasant nntiseptic nir
of Eucalyptus from the inland for-e-ts
f Australia. This book tells
nhont tho HYO.MIK vnpor treatment
for stubborn Catarrh, Croup, heavy
colds nnd Soro Throat, nnd other
Laurcncchurg, Ky.. Nov. 4. Edi
tor J. M. Alverson, of tho Anderson
News, is (pcning tho eyes of tho
people of Anderson county to an
extraordinary stalo of irregularity
thnt has existed in the management
of tho fiscal affairs of county for
tho past eight years or more. In tliij
i Inst tWii issues of his paper ho has
reproduced chums allowed by the
Fi,enl Court f-eem to show that
otory member of the body has for
years trampled the law under their
feet and been interested in contract
ing for the county, being beneficiary
of claims against the county, favor
ing n certain company in letting out
bridgo contracts for t-tructures that,
it is said, weie not especially needed,
noting ns "specinl commissioners,"
etc., nil in direct opposition to See.
tion 1844 of the Kmlucky Statute,
"Member not to be interested in
contract with county penalty. No
member of the Fiscal Court shall be
interested, directly or indirectly, or
bo concerned in any contracts for
work to be done or material furnish
oil for the county, or any district
thereof, nor purchase or be interest
ed in any claim against the county
or stnte. Any member of the Fiscal
Court who shnll violate the provis.
ions of this section shall, upon con
vietion, be fined nt le- than five
hundred nor more than five thousand
for ench offense."
Tho News hauls the County Judge
nnd County Attorney, us members ot
the court over tho coals for sitting
idly by nnd letting the magistrates
proceed thus unlawfully without a
hemblancc of n protest. He supports
his statement with figures to show
that the county is now in debt for
building new turnpikes $41,.r00, nnd
says thnt if the same conditions ox.
it in the next three years as have
in the past three there will lie nn in.
dcbtnes amounting to over $100.
000. In plain, straighforward and
manly statement of facts, he tells of
tlie existing conditions nnd calls on
the tnspnjers to clean out tho court
from stem to stern.
The court is made up ns follow:
County Judge, Wilkes II. Morgan;
County Attorney, Frank L. Itipy,
.rngi,trnt.w, Cliff Mothert-hend, J.
C. Crawford, Chas. Catlett. Lloyd
Simpson, Ilnrdin Slattcry and Ben
A Sick Man
l i About
write me: "I
was greatly In
terested In your
ing tho KaufT
man case of
FOLLOW THEIR MASTER
21 Converts Baptized at White's Mill
I'renchcrsville, Nov. 4. At one
o'clock, I'. If. Wednesday last, an
immense throng wcro gnthorcd on
the banks of Dick's river nt Wliitc's
Mill to witness tho baptismal ritos
Administered to 21 nnndidntcs, con
erts who professed religion under
or tho kidneys. , the eloquent, irresistible, soul Tench.
JFrnnnllT ', '"" - lollvcrcil 1V ItoV. E. H.
telly Klines KnuIIt.li in the revival just closed at
y condition. 1 1 ",0 ''"ptist church. A rcivnl which
m aure If re- will bo long remembered ns one of
S. B. Hartman, M. D. r,lntt cure1 n,m "10 ,n,wl frnittul ever held nt this
piuce. ii inc waters edge wnen
the invitation wns irhen, two came
forward and wore received nnd hnv
tied. Besides the 21 by baptism
and two reclamations', there were
also nino others who made the cowl
Mr. J. J. Thompson who has
been so ill for some few days is roi
n you any. It
would euro me also. I nm los
ing flesh rapidly and tho doctors say
I havo every symptom of Ilrlcht's
disease of tho kidneys. If you think
I would bo benefited by Peruna I will
certnlnly try some aa tho doctors have
practically given me up, the same as
they did hlrn."
In rrply I wish to say, first, that I
neer make any promises aa to what
Peruna will euro. No physician can '"'Vr , i V ' r it
make positive statement of that sort.?., H's- J-."'. VSTUS' of G.nJ"rd. wl!
I can say this much, however, If I , nan neen in mo morion miirmary in
wero In your place I should certainly i Louisville nnd has since been moved
glvo Peruna a trial. 1 know of no
other remedy that would be so likely
to bo of use to you In your present
condition as Peruna. Take a table
spocnful beforo each meal and at bed
time. Continue this for two or three
weeks and then If there Is anything
you wish to ask me further write me
nnd I wilt give your Utt-r Prompt at
If I find that Cl Peruna. ta not
helping you I wilt b perfectly frank
and tell you so. for 1 V)uld not havo
you take Peruna unless tt waa really
helping you. Hut It has rescued so
r:any cases of kidney disease that I
am quite confident you will find It ex
actly suited to your case.
Kidney dtseaao begins with catarrh
of the kidneys. Peruna la a catarrh
remedy. Unlss the destruction of tho
kidneys Is already too great Peruna
relieves the catarrh and the cause of
the kidney disease Is removed.
I shall anxiously await a report of
your case. Ilemcmbcr. all letters are
sacredly confidential. I never use any
one's name or address without his
written consent. My, correspondence
Is absolutely private. PERUNA IS
VOll SALB AT AI.I. DRUO STORES.
SPECIAL NOTICE Many person
are making Inquiries for the old'
time Peruna. To such would say,
this formula Is now put out under the
name of KA-TAIl-NO. manufactured
by KA-TAK-NO Company. Columbus,
Ohio. Write them aud ibey will ba
pleased to send you a free booklet.
Judging from the interest taken in
tho nrticles thnt have been publish
ed and the comment heard on all
sides the people arc with Alverson
in his fiaht, and nre demanding that
a cleanup be mnde.
The I. J.'printe fine stationery.
Every year thouiandi upon thousands of farmers
lose their hogs with cholera. You can 'save your hg s
from this dread disease if you will begin at once and
HOG CHOLERA REMEDY
Use it in the food and drink and your hogs will
never have the cholera. Don't wait until they get sick.
Begin giving your hogs this medicine now. ft is the
only remedy in the world sold under a Guarantee Bond
to prevent and cure hog cholera.
HERE'S THE HOG READ THIS LETTER
BOURBON REMEDY CO
Choleu Remedv 9V ho !"'"" $ cholera with your Bourbon Hoc
JENKINS-SUBLETT DRUG CO.,
Bowline Green, Ky.
to Ihu home of her imrcnt, Mii.
and Mrs. II. T. I.unsford here, is
able to sit up a little.
Mrs. 0. W. Cummins has been
quite sick but is imrorine.
Mrs. Susan ndmi.xtmi visited Mrs.
Miss Cnrric Xmlor, who wns
severely shaken up by beintr struck
bv a runuinir horse while on her way
to church one even'- Inst week, is
able to be out again nnd is t7ii
recipient of much tlmgrntulation on
her miraculous t-cue from serious
or fatal inpirv.
Mrs. Jane Hell has been a guest
of Mrs. Evan Foley.
Our Governor ha-, bet apart Nov.
1 3th. in a special proclamation, as
Arbor Da''. The public schools are
expected to observe the day, plant
trees and have appropriate exercises
That the planting of tree is a lnuda
hie enterprise, combininir present
patriotism with future utility, none
can cninsny. This would be a fine
'imp fnr llin fniclfioc. iht rtnrnntE
nn.l nil frinnilo P nrl.tin ilr... 4a .v.m-1 NOTlGEsTfala ! fh WimmAv fL.w - tl . iff .....
and assist the children in their ef' of ImlUHoMt Ask your drngglat for Bourbon Borf Cholera Kamady
modern idueni:nnnl mnllir.ila nn.l 7nt:i
but not least, assure the teacher of SHUGARS & TANNER, Stanford, Kentucky.
vour approval nnd hearty eo opera,
Saturday nnd Sunday NW. 9th
and 10th Ilcv. Cornelius will fill his
pulpit nt tho Baptist church. On tho
fiit named day, Uro. Cnrden nnd
others who nre prominent in Sab.
bath school nnd church work, will
orsnnie a Sunday school. Let nl'
the vouns people be present also nil
well-wishers in this most noble cause
Tho well regulated, properly-con-
GUARANTEED OR MONEY BACK
. TJ"!? woderf"' r"y l'o gu.rsnt.ed to prevent worm., thumps, scour,
nd all liver d.order.. It regul.te. the bowel,, ,id. digettion and cau.e. hog. te.
f.tten quickly. Cw it and get your money back if you don't find it the be ho
COSTS ONLY FIVE CENTS PER MONTH FOR EACH HOG
ducted Sunday school is a powei
for rood in anv community and n
necessary' adjunct to any church
wishing to ndvanco the interests of
the cause of Christ. By nil means
start a Sunday school, too many of
our vouth are usiiiR the Lord's Day
as a lay of pleasure and idleness,
nnd Sundny is doubtless ono of Sa
tan's busiest days.
1913 - BUICK CARS 1913
5-Passenger Touring, $1,050
2-Passenger Roadster, $950
THE ABOVE PRICES ARE FOR THE CARS COMPLETE.
BUICK lias established an enviable reputation for building high-grade. serviceable automobiles, and the 1913
Line represents the best efforts of this mammoth organization. The success of the past season when the en
tire output was sold early in June is evidence of the quality of the BUICK product and an indication of what
may be expected for 1013. No car at any price can give more real motor car value.
MAHAN & CONN, Agents
See these cars on exhibition at CONN'S GARAGE,
4th and Main St.., DANVILLE, KY.
Automobile Supplies carried in stock. Repairing done promptly by skilled and expert mechanics.
Winter is coming on in earnest.
We would urgo the immediate necea
sity of action on the part of our
school trustees, tho stnte over, in
looking after coal or other fuel
used at their school linna nd Kee
after the windows, daors nnd shuC
ters. Boreas' wintry blasts will
soon benumb the teachers and tho
little folks. A little work on tho part
of those officials might save doc
tor's hills, for draughty school
houses nre not considered sanitary.
At one schol Jiou.se, not a, thousand
miles from where wo sit, 13 window
panes on one side of tho house are
out; pupils Friday complained o
cold. Plenty of fire hut too much
ventilation. A can of putty, the
needed lights, a little elbow grease
and wliut a beneficial change. Then
shutters properly hooked back
stops destructive slam bangs and
the continual nuisance of their
bumping with ovcry pasing breeze.
Supurb Service on Q. & C.
Official announcement has been
made by Mr. W. A. Becklcr, General
Passenger Agent of tho Q. & C.
Route, of very material improvement
in the Florida service for the com
ilisr reason. An pnllrplv nnw thrnncli
train moderately appointed will be
put into operation between Cincin
nati. Ohio nnd Jacksonville, Fla
on Sunday, November 24. Tho new
train will prove a great convenience
as it serves tho traveling publia
along tho route at entirely different
hours from the rest of tho truins.
This new special Florida train will
leavo Cincinnati daily nt noon and
will make the trip in twenty-four
hours. On the return trip tho train
will reach Cincinnati daily at noon.
Tho pre-i chcda1c has iiut S
been , officially unnouncHl. Dining
cars serving tho best products of
the market will bo provided for tho
entire route. On the same dnto as
above tho "Florida Special" will
also ho put into operation. It will
leave Cincinnati daily at 8U0 P. M,
And ns usunl tho "Cinciunnti-Chica
ga Limited" will leavo Cincinnati
daily at 8:15 A. M. This will give
threo of tho finest trains in the na
tion to Florida traffic. This superb
service has been provided in order
to tnke core of the greatly increased
iiasseii'rer travel ta Hut siiiinv smith
during tho bleak winter months in
tho north. It miMik tin ctntnd in
this connection that tho Queen &
Crcsceut Jtouto is offering very rcn
sonuble tourist rates to Florida
tllerebv irivinir nnnortnniiv fnr ihnsn
of moderate means to realize along
with tho wealthy tho joys and
healthgiving advantages of tho land
of flowers. Anv tinknt npi-nt trill
gladly give full details as to sche
dule unit rates.
No Hodr fnr Harvey.
When it eenifs to winuins n noli.
tical race, Harvey Helm has no
catinl. but wo nre inclined ta be1ivn
ho has lost out in tho matrimonial
race. In last issuo nt tlm Ktnnfrr.J
Journal ho advertised for sale sever
ul homes. So wo presume there's
no hope for Harvey. He'd make a
splendid bargain for some woaaa
wanting to take a boy to raise.