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The Stanford Interior Journal
VOLUME XXXVIII NO. 07.
DEPUTY SHERIFF EMBRY
HURT IN RUNAWAY
Popular Officer Has His Scalp Torn
Open When Horse Jumps And
Throws His Against Stump
Deputy Sheriff Will S. Etnbry
hod a very narrow oscnpo from
lenlh Tuesday afternoon, wlion Ids
horso run nwny nenr tlio Deep Well
woods on the Crab Orchard pike,
about seven miles front town. Hn
wan thrown out of the buggy, and
ngainst n stump nt the fiido of tlio
road. A jugged piece of tlio stump
almost scalped him. It tore n long
gash in his hend, from his fore
head back to his crown, nH neatly as
a barber would part his hair. His
neck wbr ulso badly cut and sprain
ed, and when picked up by rescuers
noon nftcrwnrd, hu was unconscious
., -, ., ,,
and in bad slmpe for n lime t
as feared that he was internally
injured, but after his wounds had
been dressed, and a careful exam
ination made, it was disclosed that
Iih was not in a dangerous condi
tion unless complications should
develop although very tainfully
injured. A small negro boy who
had been riding with Sir. Embry to
show the ntllcer where n certain
party lived, was alio badly hurt,
having the skin torn completely off
his right thumb.
The. runaway and accident hap-1 ftnl,,rlny.
lened as Mr. Embry was return-! The iittruethe Miss Laura Sail
ing home. On the way to his dos- i ''''let' of npar Moretand was here
' tinatinu they bad passed a saw mill Tuesday,
in alteration, but the horse he was I Lindscy Wcatherford and James
Jriunir had paid practically no nt- Hall came down from Iexington
tentiou to it, nnd passing it on the Wednesday to bo with the home
retum, Mr. Embry did not think it folks Thanksgiving,
necessary to watch the horso unus- Jim Cowan thu up-to-date mer
ually close. Just as the vehicle , chant passed through hero Tuesday
camo abreast of the mill, however, ' en route to Cincinnati,
the engine popped off steam, and Mrs. James Depp nnd daughter
with a great leap, tlio horse jumped ' spoilt Friday in Danville,
to the side of the road and started j The treaMiry of ,ho christian
to bolt into the woods. Mr. Kmbry , ,.1(livh ftsU , who nro br.hi1j ;
was catapulted out of the buggy, , ,ieir ,I1M ;0Kar(, thc miMihl.r'rt 8U.
his bend striking the stump, which I ,irv n:cnse Mottl at once as there
tore hta scalp, and rendered him tin-' is ft report to get out by thc 19th
conscious. The animal mnnaged to ' f December.
break loose from the vehicle, Imt : Ur. Williams motored to Harrods
was raueht before he con d do any , Saturday accompanied by Miss
reMiag as easy as possible under j ,;,, Cnmn,Ui Mr um, Mnft ow.
Mr Kmbry was earned to the ,d Cnmnitz nnd'Snmuel Reed,
home of 1m.cc. n negro, nearby., T ,. , . , ,
where everything ikjsmIiIo was dnnt , , ., , , ,, ,
. .. , ' ,, ',. , ,. , ;nvid nt the home of Mr. nnd Mrs.
Tor mm by tlioe there, nnd Mr. .1. i,.j , i.i
. ri ii .... Itolnini Mislioi).
(. McClnry, who happened to be in, .. ,
that section at that time. Dr. Kd-' 'Mr' J""1 In" !. '' "
miston was called frnm Crab Or-1 J""1 .(J,n.rV St"" Wiro ,n Uanv,ll,!
cjianl and dressed his injuries and . ' " "" ui'
Sheriff McCartv went after him in ' Mr- Cora Tr" " visiting rcln-
automobilc with local pbvsicians and "V? ,u Oinrgetown this week.
lTom'Jif him lifimn ).. , !u ,,nw I t',r' 'n'" SlOlldaV of the death
f . " ..." i
Mr. A. II. Morgnu took jiosses
sion of thc hotel here Wednesday.
Mr. Wallace Sweeney and Miss
Eva Oooch both of Wnynesburg were
qnielly married- at Mr. Craig
Goorh's Tburdny. Mr.' Sweeney
is one of Wnynesburg's most enter
prising young men nnd he' is to be
congratulated on securing such n
nico little girl for n wife. They have
the best wishes of their many
friends for a Ion garni happy lif".
John Loveless and Norn l'ciry
who live nenr Olivn were also unit
ed in wedlock's holy bonds last Sun
day they were IP and 10 respect he
Nora II. Singleton has been ery
Mck with pneumonia but is rapidly
recovering, and will soon bo'ablo to
attend choolngiiiu. ,, ,
School closes- oil' Dec. 22. The
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tltailflli lift iJtlliutllM 1IKIHU IM I'UUIU , .
Mr. J. L. May i on Hie sick list.
Miss Mnudo Drown isited the
Miss ,EIiu Singleton spent Thanks
giving with friends in Danville.
Mr. John Hoberls wns here last
week to sen a mighty pretty girl.
Mr.. Jeff DurlcKou and family
have moved into tlio house hit civ va
cated by Mr. Morgaji
week was moving day at i
Waynesburg. Put McMullin moved Dniiilruff germs nro obstruction
into the house Mr. Durlcsoii vacated . '"'"i tll0.v prevent the hnir from re
and Mr. Cicro (looeh and wife who ',hing it's proper iiourihlmiort by
bae been making Stanford, their nivcnously devouring tho snm" nour
homo for tho last two years came Wuncnt. Use PARISIAN SAGE for
back to our littlo town. He is oc- " week und note tho wondci ful im
cuiying the Wesley house. prnvement. G. L. Penny gunran-
Dr. M. 0. Tlryitnt is not able to ' tees it, fit) cents a bottle,
visit Iuh patient on tho account of ( ' '
n severe cold. j With The Coming of Middle Age
Mr. Wash Snow has moved into There is n letting doing in the phy
the Phelps property near L. C. Sin- sicnl forces often shown in annoy-
glrton'a. iug nnd painful kidney und bladder
I wish to inform my friends tliro ailments nnd urinary irregularities
the I. J that hJ report which Foley Kidney Pills are a Bpltndid ro-
rrncbed them Sunday wan false that gufutiiig and strengthening medicine
iasead of being mnried Friday I am nt such a time. Try them Shugars
ttill Miss Elsie Singletol. ' and Tanner.
Dr. and Mrs.s James lliffc, and
and frnns of Uinclnnnti spent Thanks
giving with Mr. and Mr. J. 1'. RilTc
Miss Hadio Dauglimnn and Jon
W, Rout wcro In Danvillu Tuesday.
Misses 'Josephine Sandidgo hnd
Margaret DavU were hero Tuesday.
Pond Willis spi-nt Thnnksgiving
with friends nl Lexington.
Messrs. Ruel and Jnmes Sprngcns
and Lucll Steele enmo homo for
Miss Initio Peuvyhouso bus re
tunud t Richmond after spending
a few days with her parents here.
Mrs. Will Doddss hnd the misfor
tune of brcuking her arm last Mon
day. The telephone manager had n nar
row escape Wednesday when lit? lost
1 II in HIMIIJIU IIIMI till IU ill'V Ul
! ,,,, ,,, ,,,, ,m lllL. tnun
,, jf ,imlm W(r0 hnim ,u
Illn I.MlnlKlrf Kit. I rll IW w. nil a
he will not ho able for work for at
least a week.
Mies Angi'a Carpenter anil Iois
Willis were nt Ic.xington Thursday.
Miss Mack Logan entertained
i Mrs. Thomas Tupmiin of this place
I and Mrs. Wallace Wolfe of Cincin-
imti Tuesday evening at the Hotel
I Wruiherford for dinner.
Mrs. Algie Cnritfntcr wn called
to tho bednido of her mother last
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uT. jiiis inc wrjc, wno uvea i:crc
fcvoral .fears ngo but lately lived
with bur brother in New Mexico. .
Miss flonchin wns' hero chopping
.Mrs. Jones llaughman of More
hind wns here Tuenduv afternoon.
'THE CEMETERY BEAUTIFUL"
Improve your lot with Iron Fence,
Settees, Vases, eto manufactured by
The Stewart Iron Works Company,
of Cincinnati, the largest iron fence
factory in the world.
A. C. Sine, Agent, Stanford, Ky.
Now Is-the' time tuph(0e yVJur
ordcrs for spring work.
HAIR THAT FASCINATES
Who Want Lustrous Hair Full df
Life anil Beauty?
Slart now, madam, December is
JUMl l" mnn" l0 DW 'QUirO
& h'i f of which!
you will be justly proud d'lring the
social cjents or wintertime.
If you haven't used .PARISIAN
SAGE you are not on the high rond
'to hair beauty. PARISIAN SAGE
is the most delightful preparation
that destroys the dandruff: genus
Mid by so doing remove; in n fdiort
' tima (he cause of dandruff, falling
, hair, itching scalp, faded nnd life-
I BADGES WILL BE
READY COURT DAY.
For Lincoln County Democrats Who
Will Go To Inauguration Next
Tlicro is no telling just how large
a crow'il is going to the iunugura-tiou-of
Gov. MeCrenry at Frankfort
next Tuesday from Lincoln county.
Ever since the ntiiiouncemcut was
find mnda in the Interior Journal
thai budges would be printed and
given to those who intended going
democrats have been culling nt the
olllco and asking for them or tele
phoning or writing for them.
Thc badges will bo rendy on Mon
day, County Court day, so all who
come to town that day und intend
going to Frankfort can call at tlio
olllce of the I. J. and get one. The
editor of tlio I, J., will take n num
ber in his pocket with him to Frank
foil fot the benefit of any Lincoln
ites who may not get to town Mon
day nnd will he glad to stipply tiny
with badges on the way or after ar
rival nt Frankfort.
A low fare of one rate plus '25
cents for the round trip has been
obtained on the railroads and every
line will undoubtedly be crowded
that day. A big delegation is going
from (larrnrd county nnd another
from Madison. Among thot.e who
have recently notified the I. J. that
thoy, too, are going along, as well
lis the list previously given, are:
Judge James I. Dailoy, Col. Joshua
I). Swope, Logan Thompson, S. M.
Owens, W. J. Duncan, E. J. Tan
ner, Varney Tanner, George I.
Uright, T. W. Wnlker, Chas. llow
yer, F. M. Ware., Fierce Hutler, J.
II. Dell and others.
Mr. Stamp, of Merrimnc, is in this
tection bhredding fodder for our fur
Miss Margaret Ellis is bcriously
A little son wns born to the wife
of Thomas Johnson last week.
Mr. Ed Mills of Dantille, hasre
turned home after a brief visit to
Messrs. W. H. Siiragcns. Charles
Dnldwick of Ieb.inon, were here
Dr. 0. 1 May and friend. Mr.
Robinson, of Danville spent set end
days here last week.
Miss Fuy I'cjtvn is visiting
friends in Indianapolis.
Miss Mabel Yates, of Ilnidfords-
illc was the guest of Miss Florence
Sprngens last week.
Messrs. Lucll Steele and Dennis
Spragcns, wcro homo from George
town college on Tbaksgiving.
Mr. Mnck Morgason and family
of Illinois, are with relatives here.
Mr. J. Cunningham of Danville
wan here on busine.s last week.
Mr. Quint Yoweft und niece, Miss
Nnoma Tucker of Rush Ilrnnch vis
ited relatives here lust Sunday.
Miss Mao Daugherty'K school
gave a box supper lust Friday even
ing. All (present hnd an 'ejoynble
Messrs, Mack and Winfrcd Allen
entertained the young people, to an
elegnnt dining Thaukbgiving-. day.
Mr. and Mrs. Will Gadberry, of
Louisville, are at the bedside of Mrs.
Margaret Elli who is not expected
HOLIDAY OPENING DEC '2, 1911
Cut glass ivory utt ware, nilver
ware, from a t-poon to a complete
ret, jewelry, u complete lino, uvery
piece nbslutely guaranteed; toilet
tets, bund mirrors, gifts, story and
Looks of fiction, safety raz6rs, cut
llry, Clnuss' bhears and bcissors
Lowney's candy, toys, dolls games
for-tho little ones. You are es
pecially Invited. Dont buy until
you" bee our line.
Reynolds & Evans
Junction City, Ky.
A TEXAS WONDER.
Tho Texas Wonder cures kidney
and bladder troubles, r-moWng gruv
el. cures diabetes, weak and lame
bne'ts, rho iimitUm, and all irrogu-
iarilics of the kidnevs ard bladder
n hoMi mm ard women. Regulates
hi Wr ' "'' . hildrcn. If not
'l r i dnifgist, will ho sent
iv im I on i.ieripf of $1: One small
bot'Ie n t-Ac montl.'' treatii'dit. and
oldom fails to perfect n euro. Rend
for toutlmomals from Kentucky and
other slates. Dr. E. W. Hnll. 2!)'ltJ
Olire Ftrent, St. Louis, Mo., Sold bv
COUNTY. KENTUCKY, Ml I DAY, DECEMBER 8, 1911,
.BUENA VISTA C0MPT0N.
Arrested Again This Time Charged
With Stealing a Cow.
' Huena Vista Compton, of thc More
land neighborhood, who served part
of n term of fivo years in the peni
tentiary for blow'ing up a hull with
dynamite, and wns pardoned by Gov.
Willson, wns arrested this week by
Deputy Sheriff T. S. Reynolds nnd
Mack Ilntcp, charged with stealing
a cow belonging to Rev. l'nltneter, of
Morclnud, nnd selling her to a butch
er in Danville.
Compton was brought to Stanford
and lodged in jail belli;: tumble to
give bond until his'trinl, hlcu will
he held before; Judgo Dailcy.
Rev. 1'almelcr missed his cow and
tilioii inquiring for her in Danville,
found n man who told him that a
man n nave ring Conipton's descrip
tion, had pold her to a butcher jit a
low price a few days before, tlio fi
gurn being so little as to excite home
Mi:rfcion. Mr. I'almcter made fur
ther iaquiry nnd proved beyond
doubt that it wn his cow so im
mediately had n warrant issued for
Miss Com Nunnclley o Turners
ille, was thc guest of MUs Cather
ine -Murphy for a few days last
Invitations hae been received
here announcing the-wedding of Miss
llerthn Hinee of South Manchester,
Ky., to Dr. It. Ei Shclton of thnt
place. Miss Hines hns tisited here;
heveral times, 'where she "will be re
membered as a very popular girl.
Mm has a host of-friends here who
wish hr ull the happiness possi
ble. Miss Margaret Sandidge is in
Louisville nt the hospital where fchc
ha fcone to have an operation per
formed for a floating kidney. Mnr
garot haj n host of friends here
who are very anxious for her speedy
recovery and it is hoped s'ie will
soon be well again and be able to
return homo as she is a very popu
lar girl und is missed in our midst
The Hnppy Eight gave a Thnnks
ghing dinner at the Gooeh Hats on
Inst Thursday night nnd are now
planning for nnotber one to take
oil Chrintins eve, nt the same place.
lie sure and be present nt tho
Literary Society on Friday night. A
ery entertaining program is anmg
ed fo that night and a very enjfty
nble time is expected. A debate is
also on for that night.
Miss Virginia Davidson is visit
ing in Hurgin this week.
Mary Lois Gann is confined to her
bed this week with the la grippe.
Little Pearl Masters had tho mis
fortune to hnvo her leg broken on
last Saturday afternoon by being
run over 'by a cow. Sho is Testing
real well and its to be Loped- thnt
she will soon recover.
Mr. Oscar Fowler, of Somerset was
the nirjit of Miss Catherine Murphv
Mr. Russell and wife ond son xrom
Phil arc tho guests of Clco Thomas
and wile this week, Mrs. Russell is
Mc Thomas' oldest sister. '
Mr. H.i C- Gann,- -of Somerset
spent tho day with his daughter
Mrs, M. C. Tanner on last Sunday.
Mr. E. J. Tanner attended a big
bumpiet in LouisviHo last Thursday
given by the Shririers. About 200
Shriner from Cincinnati went ovct
to taniville nnd they had n swell
time t '
Hrother Gahbort has been called
to preach for the Christian-church
for the coming year. We feef that
we are to bo congratulated oa se-curing-such
nn able man to preach
for ps and feel thnt there will bo
lots of good dono during1 the year
'Mr. J. S. Muqihy and wife visited
their son. J. Lee Murphy, nt Ilcdge
ville on last Friday ami Saturday.
The Teachers' Tmining Class will
meet with Mr. J, S. Murphy on Sat
urday night. Please let all the mem
bers bo present.
HUST0NVLLE HONOR ROLL
Manie North, Malindn Nave,
Dliinehc Harnett, Anna Darker, Paul
Wiillis-, John Hicks, G. C. Lyons,
Ernest Ford, Walter Mnscr, Roberta
Rlain. .TesMo Lair, Lena Rcynerson,
Ella Rignoy, Nellie Allen, Agnes
Russell, Susan ninin, Rcssio Smith.
Robbie Tucker, Flonnie Cnrsnn, No
rine Childcrs, Flora Hack, Yirgtnin
Routt, Harry Powell, Margaret Pow.
ell, Archie Joe, Rigney, Jessie Mason.
I MASTER COMMISSIONER'S
RACE IN "STATU QUO."
Judge Hardin Has Made Appoint
ments in Every County In The
District Out Lincoln
Tho Master Commissioner's race In
Lincoln is still in "statu quo" as the
lawyers say, for Judge Charles A.
Hardin has not Indicated whom bo
is going to nppoint. Tho now judge
hns announced his appointees in tho
other three counties of the district
but is still undecided as to his np
pointment here, according to Into re
ports. Tho question of who wiK
land the plum is still discussed daily
in this city where ever one or two
nro gathered together, lint no one is
nblo to tell anything definitely nbout
it. A number of "dark horses" are
being mentioned; in fnet it is said
that several have applied for trn
place, since it seemed thnt the Judge
was unublo to determine, between
Rowan Snufley .and II. J. MeRoh
crts. Over in Doyle, it is announced,
that Judsc Hardin hns appointed
Hon. William Jennings Price one of
the best known1 and most able at
torney nt the Danville, bar. In .Mer
cer Judge Hardin is snid to have
named his brother Magoffin Hardin
as his Commissioner, which every
one will say is exactly what he
should linvc done, if his brother
wanted the plnce.
In Garrard county, as previously
announced, Judge Hardin appointed
W. II. Drown ns his commissioner.
He named Den Robinson, n son of
Curt Robinson, ns Trustee of tho
Misses Dess Gose, Kate Harding,
Esther Dickinson' ,of Danville spent
n few days last week with the Misses
MJ-js Sue F. Purdom, who is one
of thc teachers in the Durnsidc
graded school is hpending n few days
Mr. Otis Waddle and Mr. Hershcl
Humble of Somerset visited the
Misses Hanson last Sunday.
Miss Johnson, of Iowa, is ibe
guest of .Miss EtheL Cone
Miss Ella Hunson spent n few
days last week with tho Misses
Miss Ilnttie Simpson, of Somer
set, bpent several days labt week
with thc Misses Hanson.
Everybody was busy last week
Mr. James Hanson sold Rev. Pnl
meter some hogs last week at 5 1-2
Prof. E. L. Grubbs, of Liberty
and Mr. Henry L. Kerr of Louis
ville took dinner with Mrs. G. B.
Pruitt Inst Saturday.
Mr. Hen Pruitt fund Miss Miuello
Pruitt with n crowd of young; peo
ple of Huslonville attended a purty
nt Mr. Dunn Sandidge's .last Thurs
Rev. W. O. Montgomery' filled his
appointment .at the Christian church
The Ladies Aid will meet nt Mrs.
George Pruitt's nevt Thursday after
noon at 2 P. M.
Mrs. Woods of Stanford has just
returned .homo after making Irs.
Pniitt a visit ofVBOvcrnl days.
The protracted meeting which has
been iii progress at the Methodist
church closed last Thursday 'night
with 7 additions.
We are glad to say that our bank
er itf well Hfter'n few days' illness.
Mr. S. U. Pruitt bought one hun
dred bnles of hay from Silas Messer.
Mrs. Roy Arnold, of Danville spent
the last.of the week with her moth
er, Mrs. w; 8. Wigham.
Mr. Henry IIopkitiB spent Thanks
giving with tbo.homefolks.
The MnrelaUd band has been prac
ticing and we hopo to have some
Mr. Robert Dnmeron und Miss Lu
la Katies of Mt.-Balcm,- dfve over
to Morcland Wednesday nnd were
quietly, married at the residence of
Hev. W. S. Sfontgomery.
Great preparations nro being made
by the ladies aid of the Christian
church of Morcland for their Haranr.
which' will bo- at tho' Woodman-Hall
Saturday the ninth' from 10 A. M. to
OP. M., Oyster soup, ices nnd cako
will bn served.
Everybody so'd their turkeys nt
12 1-2 cents "
Howard tho fivc-ycar-old son of
Mr. nnd Mrs. Sperlin Sharp of Now
xjastle, Ind.. died of rneumonia' nnd
wns brboupht to Middlcburjr Dec.
4. 1911 for burial. The funeral ser
vices were conducted nt tbo Dnptist
church bv Rsv. J. Q. Montgomery
interment in tho adjacent cemetery.
TOBACCO PRICES AT
Lincoln county tobneco wns among
the firbt offorcd at tho Peoples'
warehouse at Dnnvillo when tho buy
ing begnn this week. The first sales
Peavyhouso & Son sold lfiO
pounds nt $13.75; 110 pounds at $20
2.f0 pounds at 1950; 110 pounds at
$18.25; 305 pounds nt $15.75; 375
pounds nt .f 12.76; 205 pounds ut
$7.50. Average .flS.OO.
Marshall Carter sold 100 pounds
nt .f 18.25; 200 pounds nt $18.50; 100
pounds nt 15.25; 350 pounds nt $11.
75; 275 pounds nt $8.50; 255 pounds
at $8.00; 230 pounds nt $7.50: 330
pounds ut $10.25; 335 pounds nt
$7.75; 250 pounds nt $0.50; 85
pounds at $13.50; 205 pounds at
$10.50; 240 pounds at $9.75; 215
pounds nt $9.25; 285 pounds nt $0.20
35 pounds at $3.80. Average $10.78
E. V. Cnrson sold 120 pounds' at
$13.75; 315 pounds nt $14.00; 390
pounds nt 17.25; 205 fciound ut
15.75; 225 pounds nt $975 110
pounds nt $9.50; 45 pounds at $8.75;
290 pounds nt $10.0; 175 pounds
nt $7.25; 210 pounds at $0; 110
pounds at $0; 135 pounds at S1.50;
110 pounds at $4.S0; 380 pounds nt
$11. Average. $11.25.
(SHORT LOCAL NEWS.)
Eld. Ed Hubbard will preach at
Tiirncrsville Sunday morning nnd
For Snle. Farm of C8 acres 3
miles from Crab Orchard with A.
No. 1 hor&e bam, garden nnd pump,
over 25 ncres cleared. $750.00 or
rent for $50 per year cash. W. II.
Mueller, Stanford, Ky. 97Mf
The Indies of tho Presbyterian
church will ghe a bazaar at the
storeroom recently vacated by Land
& Buchanan, on Snturday, Decem
ber 10: Useful and fancy articles,
and nil kind of edibles for sale. Cof
fey and sandwiches, chocolate and
wafers served. Doors opened nt 11
1 can take tho "shako" out of
your old shotgun, repair your guii
or doorlock. Prices reasonable. Call
me nt I. J. oIDce. D. Ballou. 90tf
i 'i i r
We aro prepared to install hot
water and hot air heating, plumbing
eac, Conn Bros., Lancaster, 81-tf.
There is a great difference in life
insurance policies. Mutual Benefit
Policies are 'superior:- I can show
yed. Whymot'tMiythe best? R.M.
Newlan AgttnV '
For Xmas presents that will
please and be a joy forever. Go to
Mueller's Jewelry Store tf
Stir or Ohm cm or Toubo. i
TmxfcJ.'wCmVn''Bu.U"oth tint be h Knlof
cutner i Uw firm at r. J. cuznit Co.. (loin
btuUMM la Um Cltr of ToMo. Oountr wd Bute
tbnuld.- M tktt Mid nn wllt-p4jr.UM run"0(
ONK 'HUNDRED. DOLLARS tor Mth'uti trtTT
MM Ol CAT4MU UUt CU3t b -CUrtd br UH.W (
ILUX- ClTUtH CVX. -. I ' '
FRANK J. CIIENF.V.
Swore-to ketera nw and lubarrltwd In mr praence,
thU Cth dir Ol DKtmtxr: A. D., I IM.su.
I -l Notakt Public
HilTa CaUrrh Cure It Uken Intertullr and itU
dtrrclljr upon Um blood and mucoua aurtabra o( Um
flitcta. Send tor tutlroooUU. trr.
V. 1. CUKNKY COl. ToMdA. O
' Sold brad nnmtMa. rte. - -raaa
llaui ramUr ran mr mnatlpaUoa. - -
I am agent for the International
gasoline engine nnd feed cutters.
Best on tho market. J." Lr Beazley,
"BEST ON EARTH."
This is the verdict of R. J. Howell,
Tracy, O., who bought Foley's Hon
ey and Tar Compound for his wife.
"Her case wnu; tho worst L have
over seen and looked like a sure case
of ' consumption. Her lungs wcro
sore ond bhe coughed almost inces
santly nnd her voice was hoarse and
weak. Foley's Honey and Tnr Com
pound brought relief at onco and
less- than tree bottles efefctcd, u
completo cure." Shugars and Tan
ner. We are paying highest prices for
fresh eggs, chickens and all kinds
of country produce. Fields Bros.,
at tho Stanford Meat Market.
Letters to Santn Cans from the
little ones are beginning to como into
the I. J which will publish them ono
issiio before Christmas. All must be
written on one sido of tho paper,
and not too long.
EVERY TUESDAY AND FRIDAY
$2,000 BEQUEST FOR
MISS POLLY TRAYLOR.
Codicil to Will of Late W. H. Tray-
lor Was Overlooked In First
Through nn oversight in looking
over tho will of tho Into W. II. Tray
lor when probated in tho offico of
County Clerk Cooper' tho fact wrni
omitted that his niece, Miss Pollv
Trnylor was given a bequest of $2,
000. This bequest wns not contain
ed in tho main body of tho will, but
in n codicil, written after tho lirst
will, which wns drawn up in 1909.
Her many friends will be glad t
know that Miss Tmylor was thus
remembered. She was tho favorite
niece of Mr. Trnylor and tlie news
that ho had made biich'n liberal be
quest to her caused no surprise)
among those who were coxnizant of
the attachment which he. felt for hi r
Miss Trnylor is now in Downing.
Florida, where sho hns a nirto posi
tion for tho winter.
. : it '
!Mr. T. D. Chestnut will soon
leave to enjoy the genial climate of
Farms for thc labt two wceka
have, been rapidly changing hands.
Mrj (Diob Burton hns moved to the
frfrm ho recently purchased from
Ben Pnttou; Mr. Popo to the farm
he bought of Ed Perkins; Lcn Lucns
has moved to Jlr. Jim .Lcavcll's;
Dense Moore 'on tho farm belonging
to Geo. 'Robinson.
J. B. Kemper has been ill for the
Robert Baker died nt liia Iinmn n
few days since in Mercer county of
pneumonin. Mr. Uaker was the
uncle of C. K. Poindoxtor.
Quince Hicks accidentally shot
Israel - Huffman in the riiJa whil
.showing, haw his pistol worked. -Tho
wouna is miner a serious one. Hicks
thought the weapon unloaded.
Rev. Mahan went to Mt. Hebron
church Snturday evening where he
organized a prayer meeting In con
nection with n teachqr trainintr
course. About 20 will tuko tho
J. J. Myers sold his crop of to
bacco to somo Stanford parties ut
9 cents delivered.-
Miss Pauline Burdette of Burgin
has rttunied after a visit to Mrs.
Mr. Thomas Montgomery of Mt.
Ilcbrou lost few days nince, hi
home by fjre. The. - lo-js
wus totul as there was no insurance
ou thc dwelling. The fire originated
from a defective flue. Tlio-i-nn.1
citizens of that Dlace "will Hn.
nate subscriptions to the homeless
GENERAL NEWS NOTES.
it lS'Snid n parole is do. to 1m
granted Judge C. E. Booe, now serv
ing n sentnnco at Frankforttfor
sieaimg iHU.UUU ot the State's
Judire Wnltur ftnr.Htoll nt T.u
Angles paMcd sentence on the Mc-
xxamnra brothers confessed dyna
miters. James B. McNamara was
given a life term in prison, and John
J. McNuhlara fifteen- years. Judgo
Bordwcll, issued a statement dedoun
cing tho Liucoln Stoflfens story.
President Taft's annual- message
to Congress which was read' in the
Se.nntcand hone Tuesday is devoted
solely to the trust quc3tion.
' The defeat of Job Ilarrimun. Sn.
ctalist candidate fo mayor of Los
Ailgclcs is claimed by. mauagerss of
Geonro Alexander's enmmiirm l.v
over 50,000. Women cast thiir first
votes in Los Angeles and were treat
ed with tho greatest gallantry at tho
polls. , .'
Fer County Judqe.
T. A. Rice announces, his. candi
dacy forfrCounty- Judga of Lucidn
county, subject to the action of the
M. F. North announces his candi
dacy for County Judyo of Lincoln
county, snbjflct u the tuition cf tho
Democrat io party.
For Jailer. x
Peyton Parrish uunouniua hi
candidacy 'for Jailer of Liue.ln
eountv, subject to t'.i a' tio'i v t1 e
GeOTff DcBorde announci-i lri
candidacy .for Jailer of Liucoln cut -i
ty subject to the action of the demo
Dink Farmtr is a candidate for
Jailer of Lincoln county subject to
the action of tho Democratic party.