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NO FIREWORKS FOR AIU-- Alversan TEN MORE TOBACCO LINCOLN MAKES GOOD I Hustonville Honor Roll LAMP CAUSES LOSS OF TOBACCO BARN GAIN IN TEN YEARS. tr.e rot S. S 'tolilliBon. nrtnrlnal n, TRUCKS SENT HERE , STANFORD THIS XM AS WEDDING OF WELL KNOWN COU HustonMlle traded nnd lllu'i School has announcnlthe Honor Itoll PLE AT MILLERSBURG HEAL-THot lis school frr thc months or Ot- - WHITE'S MILL CENSUS REPORT 8HOW3 WAS FARMER COUNCIL ORDERS LAW ENFORC-- ' TO ORDERS KINCAID EXPECTS INCREASE IN POPULAt.'ber nnd Nov.mher, as lollows: The Frankoit News In Its Issue of WORKING ON HIS CROP AT EO AND REFUSES TO RE. RESUME BUYINO SOON. CROP Saturday contained the following acOctober. TIONSOME HAVE LOST NIGHT EAST END NEWS OUCE 3ELLIN0 LICENSE Anna Klotd, Maul Willis, Ola Wl1- count of the wedding at Millcrshurg 8H0RT HERE NEXT YEAR The Census Mureau at Washington llaris, Mallnda Nne, Mnmlc Kortl. of Miss Lllznbcth Allen nnd Jesse .M. public the nopiv C. Lyons, Anr.-- i llarktr, Anna May Iho tobacco barn or K. L. Wilson l hH tlflt has otllclally made as shown by thc IteynolJs, Allhninh IV.' I llrrernckcr may not be fired with-I- Alverson, which Mill be. much. Inter lallon of Kentucky Uura Hu'dldge, llnnton tvrcst hero where the Broom lived th city limits of :;tnnfnrd during for so mn ft received orders from the .Aamnn 1910 census. It Is given nt 2,2S3,!)n... Marker, Margaret Mowe.'i. Flora Hack, who lives near White's .Mill, went up ,. years and where tlm hrlde I............ a gain ot CO per cent over the figures Jobn Wesley tliu Chrlstma holldnyi'. Thli was the Is also very well known nnd popular; ' intknr, llussel!, In smoke Monday nlgtit as the result tobacco ut nls ware- - ot 100 or W2. 731 gain. ,he rjiiyfncr of a limp upsetting. Mr. W. was liny Mcllenth, Mnu Kirks. edict ot tho City Fathers nt a meetlnr he is conimcni mai or- ..' "ouie here, Lincoln was one of the counties ot Nnvra!ier bulking his crop at night to take Hi the rouncJJ Innt Thursday night. l.lirabeih Wall Allen was united In within a few wm b0 Lottie the state which shows u healthy pain Anna Floyd, Maul Willis, matrlng to Mr. was Instructed to rigid- The wedding took Jesse M. Alverson. dll" lor he received a letter irom In population, thc figures for 1!M0 be- took, Ora VWilinnn, .Inllnda Novo, advantage of the damp weather. The Tho marshal place at the home yesterday In which he wnu ing ly ottorcc the rlty ordln.-inc,- . pro- nl the lirldo "Forest Hill," In Mlllorii.,,l,Yr,I!l ilamlr North, Mnrion I.lpps, Dunn The lamp was on some hay and llitl In. hfitl lust tirel Ahtrf 1900.17,897 as compared with 17,059 In Stinnldge, I.oulf.o Co k, ttobcrtn lllaln, overturned while the men were In Many ot the counties showed hibiting the tire ot Ilrerrnckcrs of any bunt, Peforo a larce number of m nxt mtirond trucks. As Mr with Jletl .....l " "" " kind, find nil offenders will lie prose-cute- Ftlf. ffwla tt Ihu lin.i n "'"i"'-- ' n..' .1 r.'. '. alrcnuy nan e icniecu uu inshes among them being (larratd 12,042 Ntnnle Wert dip.Allen, Conway, Lizzie nnother portion of the building. Tho i'i " Klncnld Cnrl AshlocK, I.SHI lids year compared with rhlty. No.Te strains or me weimtng marcn irom h to tho lull extent of the taw. he believes that tnls Intnrmo In 1900. Thc others which lost wero Huston Farley Forest Herring, Airred barn and crop were Insured. strnng clfnrt was trade to rcdure Lohengrin on thc harp and violins. ,, Int. ntlop ot Hath, Hoone, Ilourbon, llracken, Dul ls mdlrntlv,. of the Chna. Ooten, of Tappnanna, Is tamTucker, Florn Haclt, Uiarles Mlpes n rHn me huv tho licence Imposed tiy the city lor Mrs diaries V. Klrknatrlck of Mt.'.i... . ..i..in ing a wild duck which he found In a Caldwell, Carlisle, Carroll, ttiu ail' of fireworks In the city hut SterlltiR, and Mr Henry Lawrence, of .,, n 'hpaw .cai ai a very early date. lilt. Ilutler Elliott, Fleming, (Irani, Crittenden, drill on the river. It hnd a broken u w.as ueienicu i a clone vote. conn, cauu, niipeared on the winding stnlr. . Knme Lincoln county tobacco grow. Green, Hnncock, Hordln, Harrison, Bride wing and It being 3 largo mallard be u,0ir Ctopn at the loose Hart, Hendcrton, Henry, Lnrue, Iiwls tllman Shugnrs led (lie light tor a .yay, while following them came Miss nr induction ot the license fee from IOu Baillo Taylor Woods, of Stanford, and lenf warehouses In Danville, for what i.lvlngdton, Logan, Mason, Meade, TO ISSUAL rul ll wlth hl um" duck'- - A' tl"1 PARENTS CONSENT Judp,. William K. IKiwIlnir. of Ho ar Iho pretent llgurc to $:' trey can Ret frr thorn, tut inoso wao Menlee, Mercer, Nicholas, Owen, It refused to eat, but now Is an greedy OF LICENSE TO WED Mlfs (Jertrnde Sleadd, of sued thru the city which needs money weed ot nuallty nr0 holdlnK for Jlobertson, Scott, Shelby, as ducks ever get to be. hhclbytllle, the maid of honor, enter Inwo resumption or buying here, for . o badly, might ns well ret the bent;. the Simpson. Todd, Trimble, Union and One of tho youngest brides heard or J II Thompson wnlle he'plng nt Ml of the sale for Uirlstmns of lire- eit wMii John Jorn M. liilnK, off evotvon,, realizes that Rood tobacco Washington or tho state In a long In this section works lor thev will b,. neld anyway Nowjioit. Mls Allen, th,. fair bride, in sure to bring a Rood price and no The gains made by a number of timj was licensed to wed by County nog killing, was knocked over and iarty which was one is alarmed. outside the clt yllmlts by several I" lol'owrd the W I.'. other counties In this section during Clerk George II. Cooper this w.;ck. rctercly bruised by a vicious porker Kills, t r I'yntblana col d"nlcrs One hustling locnl mer- n.el liv llctr It Is practlcall,. certain mat me are as follows- - Adair the llllng of written permission chant has been In the hntilt or ei.T Willi tl'd the nuptial kti' t, while the slump in the tobacco Miylni! here thP decade to lC,ri03; lloyle rrom upon liertareuts, Meat nnd Julia Tur- which paid the penalty Instanter. trom 14.88S Irom and Recent advices recelted here from Rroomsmen will mean thst the of the weed ins a tent Just outside the cltv lltnl hand'iinie mnl'ls 13,817 to 14,ifi8: Casey from 1.1,144 to young girl's age was given l.e lxlngton asjlum state that the uid there dispensing lire works to nil looil before a bower of palms and f,rovn In Lincoln next jear will be 15,47; Clinton rrom 7,7i 10 s,u;i; ner. Tin at 13 years while that of the groom fetus, mid pink cntheilral canities shed very llchL The rnrmeu seem deter ho with to celi'linitu the Kind Christ condition ol Mr. and .rs. atenetee Cumberland from 8.962 to !.84fi; Kay- - was git en In nt 2.' years, ine n ol Idow on the assemblage The ums time In that fashion. mined til turn incir nueiuum ramc . to 47,7l.V Jessamine couple were K. U. Krvln and f.iuiui. i m lotiows line ceremony wn lrniitllul nnd Im inrn. uhent. hoin and cattle, and not ttte trom 42,071 12,61.1; No en.inge m I'onnrllman Shurnrs contended that laurel trom trom 11,925 to Uorotha .May Turner mey nro .it- rfro cracker uic sold niiywuy to presHiie. take nnother chance on n product thrt 7,r.92 to 19.S72; Madison rrom 2:,fi07 Miss county people nnd recently Mr. F.lmore perfectly quiet, .Mrs. Kl. Leslie Ih,. handsome bride was radiantly reijulres qo much effort to wet 11. In the rlty. nil inttntK and purpose 2fi.,.':.t: l'ulaskl trom 31.2IW to n.ri,9S6 moved to Lincoln to make their home tuoro la slightly Improved. happy wtddlnc u lint the cllv ought to Ret Mime bone chllliin In her satin, ui'hrobes nl white shape tot sale nnd tnen is nai-i- their to Little Miss Ivn Thompson has been Mockrnstlc trom ILMlrt to H.473; Kus. t rlniinlnKri or County Clerk Cooper says that he mer lit rem their sale lint the majority ell Lire, pearls and crystals. The droji to a prie0 which will unite bell ttom 9.6'Jj to lO.Siil; Wnvne trom has on one or two previous occasions finite sick. .Mrs, Tlm Naylor Is quite .tnn litM and si. did net think hi iinprollfiliie, niter an. where the ill. 4.892 to 17.MS' Whitley trom 2..,0ir Issued license to couple - labor vutcd his plan down. And then to liirt bridal oil was ciiupht with or.Mr. Fivik Klgsbv tendered his reto 31, ''S2. girl was ns young ns 13 but never yet dan snRe blostxiui nnd the onlv ornament picvnil ns l.r us will lie signation as superintendent ol the has ho cone under that age. per of accident from the use of fire vat n liMidrom,. peail necklace, the Nice Building Lot a License was also Issued to William Haptist Sunda.. school. Ho will snend She cirrled lime. It wns Kill ol tho groom. work (Jut Inf.- Christum I'orter a nromlnent and well known tho winter at Tucson, Aruonn, with Good Prices Realized nerlded to have the ordinance ngnlntl shower bouquet ol vnlloy lilies BY HRVEY HELM TO MRS. Lincoln county farmer nnd Miss uou telathes trlklnftlv SOLD Mr. Klrkpntrlrk was tie us,, of llrcworks rlrnlly enforced H. M. BALLOU. Mason Holtzclaw and family have lah Crimes, tn wed, They hav the li.imlM.iiie In blue iuarqulstto oer this .nr best wishes or it wide circle of ni'jted to Unrrarcl count)'. We regret, nlflrlnts drew their Seni talin. '!t tmln, with panel of point The rltt Harvey Helm la Congressman to '.oce this nlco family, SALE Irlends i.nunl salary checks nt the meeting lace, pearl nnd crystal trimmings. SCUDDER'S .M. Ilnllou the AT ROBERT Miss Woods' rown was of'pale hit',, week sold to Mrs. II. I'hursday niehl. which of coiine put LAST WEEK gnrden lot nt his property on Danville STOPPING Y6UP. PAPER them all In happy Inme of mind for chilfon over Min with lace trimmtiiKs ni-"'ifor a price wnlch was prlvatp Lancaster. . Miss Sleadd, 'I he maid of honor. t ih, clad Christinas time pink dew drop chilfon but Is unditt(Kil to nave been around a tehcil in The editor of tho Martin .Mall has The Cotinrll adjourned to the "tli the place There ns a big crowd present and - ocr with binds of walte er- - il,.V)0 Thin place I iidlolns and Allle Ander.on M'p following to say: satin Misses nettle Mien a number tor street work, patMcCntty unu M i.ow occupied by went at a good figure at be hostesses lor The Tuesday After-r.o"Some time ngo :i cranky sort .: nine , will be considered II pn the tcuth ; ami on0 of the the mi. of Robert Scudder held on Club nt their home on Lexing- individual catno into this offlc0 nr.'t! lmi.rtl.Wj if.er the ceremony antlie CiitOfl pike between the Danville ton street blopped his paper heenus somethln-it- i informal reception wn mdd ant: roMrs Hal- nnd Shelbj City pikes last Friday. f.nderstood It Mr. John M Sanders nnd fainltt. it did not expctly suit his rancy irevhmenti were beaitlllull) terven. lty. will, isearly in me that Fishing Creek Dam .1 or this city, bought recently HtTng nt the Daniel Wnlksi We have frequently minim uvmu Franl Smith, tlie liKlhldual cakes having the initial on on tho net erection 01 n nanusoiiie ucimis tht. farm which contains lfiiracres, residence near Kuksvllle, hnve moved ttreet since the-- , nnd it him ntnuslr.? letterlug ol sIIk nnd the mints the "A is TO DE RAISEO THREE FEET BY wereinpink loseliuds The stntidy old thete Mrs llallon, who has made nt $ii."i SO an acre. Mr Smith sold lhs to the handsome farm he piirehiined to note the look of Murprl'e on the M'f a un"pr place, which adjoins this farm, a few In 0. A C. RAILROAD old rellow's race tvhta he realizes that Mr W. Woods ot Markstmr.". iimiion was beinttrullv decorated her heme will Lancaster bo cordially welcomed lunnlht ago nnd has been living In of MIsph Fannie Olid Jletlle ttest. ei: Iho plants nnd of ear. luioiigl-ou- t with potted editor is still in ,'xtstence. reKlnrs Mti'ii'taln. town since. and wn n bentiillul to Stanford Killatnev tertnlned F.lder F. M. Tinder's Ulule gardless ot th tnct t:.at we are nc The linniiiiatl Snuinrrn Hnilmad ve'ng for rofes, al'nlr. There was acthe bidding on stock flats nulte handsomely In honor of longer getting his dollar. the Heifers hold Miss Nell Johnston who will leave j ATTENTION WOODMEN 'mnan Is nrepnrlps I" rnlie tl nnd farm Implements. on-day. hnweter. and It will not Alttr the wedding nni or Moreland Camp. No nt KHlitnxt Cnek il.im r Its ref-rwlAll nnd Mrs Aler'iii were driven ....:-- . members Woodmen ot America at from $23 to 32; steers from $12 to Uineaster soon to reside in Lexington be long. U'at old (Cntitirnli will turn dr. l Mniii.ru "i tn an uitomoblle to Marls, where they to $43; be.ow this rlty thrco j.iit andpigs from $32 1 10; sow OII'p F..tes son ot Mr and Mrs. S up niH tws n;. lieart will he stlllei.' ler to sccur,. n larger capacity of wa- taught the train for Clnclnintl and are urged to be present at the K"lnf mules, $50 to17u; heep $3.80, two N. F.stcs and Miss Susie Meadow ., Thero '" "- - nice brood mars were tnken down at duighter of Mr. John Meadows, at pretty posies nn.J will b.and dl'snlnv r ter The rat'mad maintains two large went to New York lor a tnree weens ,.,.... tlm- - Friday 11lK.n1. i'"erene tho no!gr link (here nnd keeps a pump nnnlrg htav They wilt ue ;a noir.e in mm i,..r.. vlll bo business of linportnnce $200; rari'ilnSTimivVwwnts sold very llynttsvllle were united In marriage "u'a 10IIOW nls lite- irierus constantly for all of tile heavy traliu nt) at Mrs William O'lKinneH'H on on hand to he iransniieu. the iiHt week at the Haptist paraon-r.ge- , less clay out to the S.lent City atitt - well. .uiill)i:-.l- i l ruuu, loaded with freUhl for orer the Sn.'lby street. South title, alter the lay it to rest in the deep, da'k tomb. Hev O. M. nush. officiating. mountain take water thete hnd a largo Urst of January. "An obituary will be published in Hen H. Herndon has recelted an necessary 'ipply Is Is verj pretty and the SALE! ns ganger at Camp this paper, telling waat a kind appointment TO OUR LNCOLN FRIENDS. Mr. AlveMon FOR RENT OR rne rallrotd ha nxrted to rebuild jungot daugtiter of Mr. M Alln, a loving father, ijool neighbor, m this county and Is now at work the bridge oicr the creek on the Danser tr suilcrsiiirg. ana m The fine display ot holiday goods beloved citizen, and hr.w progressive leading to the deot, which will containing n heartv welcome on her arri- My place at Mllledgevllle he was which the t.ou havP a s eclal intitntlon to are attracting marked attention and nnd be a big Imprmemcnl Alverson Is a rortner (bout JO acres, tour tor tobacco bal- Inspect our Christmas holiday line. th0 unusual assortment A ot tovs nre recording angel will look over for County Attorney V S. Ilurch came val here. of Mr. corn; 60od hearts Stanford. ut for almost ance In small grain or consisting of Cut Glass. Arts nnd delighting the holding or the little charity's sake and In a sht.V time a num-l- resident over Vrlday and them tobicco barn t It. almost he will be forgotten folks atad resided hete, where he year he Ctafta ware. Ivory Art work. Lowneys speechless. ot cases In Squire Singleton's Ih popular has a valued employe of M-"As he liees out there In the cold, and 5. c. OWSLEY. candles. loy in fact, anything you court. Jake Nance was given - a tine th.i Frankrort Mrtntlng Company. llaselden Ilros.. the popular Lan. cold graveyard, wrapped In the silent may want for ;n present for old or Arch .it tl and costs for "cusslncgilts In have blumber of death, he will never know caster hardware merchants Manv usetiil and beautltul FOR SALSl youug. We can save you money' m. Ashby Leech got off llorton. linens been nwarded the contract for the the last kind word spoken or him lie.r. chln.a and couple cut Reynolds & Evans, with a Judgment for I cent and coats w.reKla. by the young heating and plumbing ot W. II Shanks will "be by the editor of the paper receded Junction City. Ky. A No. 1 hnnglng Fork farm of Stir mralnnt. him on a charge of breach of Among the number were lion In gold which bt. so spitefully stopped.' residence In thc city of Stanford. the peace. A number of other rase from Judge Lasslng. and sevral large ncies, well linprovel and well waterMiss Sadie Andersen entertain rt "Have you gentle reader, ever were continued. ed, C miles rrom Danville, on the docket handsomely at a progressive "Ana paused a moment to think that your cnecks from the bride's .'ather Among nnd Stanford ot"M)anvlll and RHEUMATISM -. in nttondance gram Marty" th,. guests of honor be editor whoever he moy be will Uic prominent guertturnpike. 1 mile from 2 Mr. C. V. Hardin, ot Harrodi- ing Miss Sat'ah Morris Maries, ij sonv day write your obituary?' black-t.niltFarm Shnnklln, churches good school, storo and door. Sipple Trv first prize a box of Lure. Mr. and Mrs. 3. A. runs by CURED BY THE "MARVEL OF THE Falmouth. shop, candv. was won by Miss Sadie Cobb ot Maylllo. Mr. and Mrs II. K. Hem-in- Dwclllrg ot rural rouV two commoFST B. B. CENTURY, greatest danger from influenza 6 rooms nnd Mm. W. M ot Richmond. And tho rrhy prise a Is The of Louisville. Mr and ED FOR 30 YEARS. of its resulting In pneumonia. This fOUGHT IN BY FLOUR FIRM TO WaPon and daughter. Miss Mary Wal dious porches comparatively new, 1 Achlnir bones, swollen Joins, pel china doll bv Miss F.lizabeth CoPlor. can be obviated by using Chamber, large barn two tobacco barns other Aiver-eonPROTECT THEMSELVES. held by Mr Kd C The ton. of Lexington, Miss lloa all In good re- - nmnentlv cured through the blood Gaines corn show lain's Cough not only the hustling Insuranc.. nsent cures Inflenza Remedy, a It any tendslater cf the groom. Misses Mae necessary oi.tbulldlngs, with mire Hotanlcsl Ingredients. To but contracts was quite Interesting ns there, was ency Tho 47 acies or land owned by Flounce and Irene Alverson, nt Uuls-title- , n we will of the disease towards pneuFor lurther Information appl.t to prove ItSample send von Free of London, who was 1st C .1 Sipple four valtrible prizes ntvntned. Mr. (leorge H Meters, or Treatment Sold by Penny's Drug Store. monia eo. r. Hrl6ht, Agent, SUnford, Ky. ndjudged bankrupt was sold on Satnnd Senator H I llulili e. or or prize was glcn James House, n $20 It you hnve bone paii, sciatica urday l'y Trustee A. U Dyche. of ljn Stanford leg. tarpaulin; 2d prize to Mr. 11. Clay (.'looting paint up nnd down lhc th Since the republicans and independdon 'who came hen. and cried MaSutton alto a progressive Garrard far-mHie peculiar properties ot Chamber uchlng back or shoulder blades, swol.ird prize to ent democrats will rontrot the next a $10 overcoat; ororrty The purcrnsers wero ot Remedy hate been thor len joints or swollen mucles, diffiIain's Cough SALE Mallard the rlour tlrm Chappel n $3 hat; and ttb Tennessee Legislature, a hot tlgnt l llard FINE BUSINESS FOR during epiaemics ui .u- - culty In moving around so you have Thomas oughly ls'iihVilU. who bid In tho property to Having road,, up my mind to go ...... tested when It was taken In to e crutches; blood thin or skin prize to Mr. James II. Denny p. popu- expected over the choice of a succes,ni 1 will In the United protect a mortgag.. thy held ngalnst to Arkani-ns- . sell my stock cf unu. u hnve not heard ot a single lar farmer near Molut Leavel u years sor to James II. pale; skin Itches and burns; shifting subscription to the Central Record. States Reente. Frnzier It is understoou that no.iK at Shelby City Ky. It Is a nice It ot I1.IHI. Sold by Menny s tains bad breath, lumbago, gout of pneumonia. they may hav,. to imt up some other clan stock nnd well worth the mon tiibi. The Circlo girls held a bazaar last Hlood Ualm '(B. B. B. which re Siturday nt F. G. Hurl's furniture Store. KiiiD .o sallsiy other creditors, but ey. 1 ii.mki swck uu hae aboutnta a bargain. Come Dii'B moves every symptom, because B. B. store nnd realized quite a neat sum left oiion A sprained ankle will usually disthis wns the only course own claim. nnd will sell It B. sends a rich, tltig.ing Hood ot lv the sale ot their fnncv articles. able the Injured person for three or to them to protect their GEORGE HUNN... see me. pure Remedy Thai warm, rich nerves, blood dliect to the The Indies nt the Methodist chuch four weeks, This Is due to lack of sJm Shelby City, Ky. Here bones nnd Joints, will hold nn exchange this Saturday nrnper treatmenL paralyzed When Chamber- riving warmth mid sttetiRth Jii"t nt Judge K. lalns liniment is applied a cure may . Harris store-roonway Will Cure Eczema SALE! FOR where It Is needed and In this Miss Itciilnh Grimes, or this place, be affected in three or rour days. This maklni. n perfect lasting cure or rheti and H I'orter. of Lincoln were liniment is one ot the best nnd most "WE PROVE IT" go to a waruiei lopreparations in use. Sold 'liatlsiu in all Its tonus Having decided to change my As 1 hao decided to united in marrlago In the city or Stunlrpiiiirkabl made thousands ot tord. Fader D. M. Walker minister or by Penny's Drug Store, B. e. B. has cation, I will on climate I will oHer my liiUo "D r,)r titter all oilier the Christian church pronouncing U101 1910, Thursday, December 15th, Why waste tlmn and money expert cures ol rheumatismnnd doctors nave cantalnlng two acres aud medicines, liniments orter ror sile to the highest bidder sale, teremonv. The bride is tne oiuesi salves nnd lo .Many persons rind Uiemse:ves property: lolcs, comfortable, houso and all uienttng withto greasyI've eczema gorm tailed to help or euro. DRUGGISTS dnughter ol Mr Chat ley Grimes nnd the following described trvlng drlto vith a pcislstent cough after oT cattlo: ;I0 head of 710 rctessary outbuildings, 7 cistern and tions, undei neath the skin when Men- - or by oxpre8. $1 MKR I.AIHSK n remarkably energetic young woman head fron' SUNT FRKK by writing Blooa while the groom ls quite a well to do uu attack of Influenza. As this cough x.io.l enrlliies. nnd 41 hend of !U0 orU.aid Iiom 8 to 15 yearn old. U.uar nv's Drug Store giinrantecs ZK.MO, n tho uso of They ar now tan be pinmptly cured Co., Atlanta, Ga. Describe your tanner of Lincoln. in im:) iHiuril cnttle: VI hend or hogs mill on Mx clean liquid preparation lor external Balm Duddei.-r'- s It trouble nnd tree medical advice glv-ni- i with Garrard relatives and being en Chamberlain's Cough Remedy, trom I'iO to '.'.'.1 pounds, In hutiche to ter mile noni to ltd tho skin ot tre germ lite Sold bv Shugars nnd Tanner. tortalnid at a number or hnmUnmn should tint be allowed to run on until river, four nillo boutli of Stanford use cnuses mn purcliii'tT. uooi meat nogs, Sold by Men trouble? One appli the bluings and receiving many good it becomes tioublesotue. five yenr old saddlu tuaro extra good: nnd rour miles poutli of Iinenster. that ny a L'rus store. good cation will relieve tho Itching and of wishes rrom friends. 1 cmo venr old colt; pair extra PHOF. J. D. DATSON, apply to one bottle is suttlclent to ten times Mr. David Chenault of Richmond mules; ono pair ia Mi hand mar To Equalize Assessments was here on legal business. Creek, Ky. cure ft minor case of ecre-i'iutnaie mules; two good nillk cow Ullberts '1 e Unlttd States Departtucut ot ZKMO Is sold by druggists, every- SUPERVISORS Mr. William llroaddiifc and bride of ARE NAMED FOR (on. ftcsh); 700 to 800 bnrrwls ol Lincoln county nrn guests of tho experiment! where and In Stanford by U. L. MenAgrtrultuie conducted r..rn .nlH on crouud: bOII bales of CITY AND COUNTY HOG RAISERS parents, Mr. and Mrs J. J. at Round Hill and McLean, Va and ny nnd they will tell you of the marvel 5 cents por ha) :' Inrtulng Implements or till kindsAre your hogs worth Moor. Mrs. Cormella Clay ol RichSupervisors to equalize the tnx oils cures made by this clean simple tnn.iinrae wnEOTis: hay ruko, mowpoint or both the city or Stanford mond, Is with her nleco Mrs. Geo. D. nt Miketon, Ohio, that ueui to Tnff m.iehiue: hnrniw: kitchen rurnl- - head? Wc guaranteo treatment. ZK.MO and ZKMO soap ..., ,...,! hnnsehold lurnlture. recognized as the cleanest nnd and the count yot Lincoln have b:en Robinson. Miss Llllle Garner of Stan to ti better way ol planting corn. are Bourbon Hog Cholera Remedy Mlts llnlllo ford, most popular treatment for Kczema, aaraed by Mayor A. G. Florence nnd Drown Is the gueit or Kavnnnugh, of Mills of four stalks each placed at IKtlMS. All bills 110 and under Miss Amelia M, Hulley. re 10. ft negotiable to krep hogs healthy and freo from pimples, dandrurr ana an oter ionrras County Judge Inmus r the four corners of a square. cash Jit hand, over . Richmond,' tins been visiting Mr. per of skin or scnlp effectlons whether on spectively Judge Halley has nam-mx months note bearing 0 per cent dlsoaso for 6 cent per hand Mrs. Clar- - of not les than lite indies. Thu In- tmm renreseiitlliir (Mf-- ! Mis. A W. Kavanaugh Cholcrn, Kills Infnnt or grown person. Will you try ..H i s cures 01 saiu month. It interest Irom dnte wlll'cnce Morton, or Chicago Is being .en- - c,ertge, yied ov,.r ordinal iiiciuvun Worms, Stimulates tho Appetite. Aids 7.KMO nnd ZKMO soap on our recom- rerent sections of tho county who JOHN G. LYNN. l.atson. Miss by Mrs It. n.an,ini, rorn Bt ,he three place Olgestlon and causes hogs to fatten mendation aud guarantee ot snUstuc-lio- meet the Urst Monday In January tn.lertntned nre M. K. Miss Annie Herndon Is In Lexlngtor I N U. On 3ame day and date Y W. very rnpldly. This remedy Is used per or your money back? I'ennys heeln their work Orchard. J. N. Meno.vtaltli.it Mr. nnd Mrs. Leslie Herndon. respectively were 3 6 and Ilurton will oiler for sale larm now and endorsed by leading hog raUers Drug Store. Marrh.lv or -; .3 ...... Thu corn wai. cultivated a occupied by me, consisting or 270 throughout the country, Come In toe. Sr.. ol Stanford. I. w. fitrier. 01 flirs, name item 55.100 ucres. with good housu and Hustontllle. Walter .Martin, or Till-- ' Arnold In Fmn:iori aini. r.i.zaueia easily as ordinarily spaced corn ana aud lot us tell you about IL or.Johnson ls visiting her sister Mrs. fc. stood up better. nnd J. C. Hundley, II you are suffering trom bilious- nerstille building?, 1 stock and tobacco birn, suKgertea It I Mrs. Henley T. Minor, or. Sold by New Stanfoid Oiug Co. ness, couttlpailon, Indigestion, chron- Waynesburg well watered by a never tailing spring .. i "" V "' L. '", ' UiHt u plant be made with two Mayor A Florence has uppomt v. unim ic hwidache. Invest one cent Into a leneed and fences are In excelwll ' to Mr. and Mrs corn row and sepalent condition; 200 acres ot this larm That lump ot lead at pit of stomach postal card, send to Chamberlain's eJ th Hoard of Supervisors for the- 'trom a visit Mrs. How. iiioes for each 0nmnn. or jU tr. blue grass and will grow hemp, will melt away, and all stomach dls. Mtdiclne Company. Dei Moines, Iowa, city of Stanford to equalize the as- urd Hoeing, Mcholasvllle. ol MIWMUkeesu . ' , rate tube for each kernel so taut when with your name' and address plainly, sessor's books for the current taxing tobacco pr anxUiteg other tanas la trss will vanish In five minutes ....... - ,h0,. or .tha. h..r tar several waMa.YleK'te Mr. the core may be jpltjiUaccorl t... . MIhvqi atORiach tablets are taken. on the back, and they will forward Kwtucky will ofelhe" cobiwub- - and Mrs. J. W. K new Belhoi aTrapMly Tnls farm tfWl la sold on easy Guaranteed by O. L. Menny to cure you n free sample of Chamberlala's best" known cltLvas . - .to w-- .... oia oy Ity Messrs. K. i Hcmaart a. . aiezie- - i,nia ladlceatloo or nosey back. Stomach and Liver uotM. tttlar trana. Vet Mrtlculan wTlta T. W. ua caae of CO rtiia t ... fW. 8r.. ana W. A. CnwM.. . Vsaiy'i Dru Wore. crata. 'Larj bos BUTtM, VasMfMt. n KlnV-flll- ' u'.hnn.. I ", d " ,,, --- --- . 1 .,.ne - n-o- - olho - I i. tc o - iw o li't - Nel-co- n hns-ban- trn public-spirite- d pro-ecul- ed 11 c Lan-tast- v... h g B.-1- lllch-.iiori- u-- l!o-tan- is a PUBLIC SALE! i. ." 1SOT-TL- 1 'J . 1 lat-ter- and'"" n I. l'b ...! .... -- ir 3-- M ""'"" .- - M's?," All" ' u cwy jfij vm0mmi ,H MIW"1" ttl "7 u ' S"."f yWHW'iimi'i u'nwiifyMinr f??f'TP -,-- - w- - ' -- (jpwtir Ti'-S,- -- w - l 2. PROFESSIONAL AND BUSINESS CARDS THE STANFORD. KENTUCKY INTERIOR JOURNAL. MAOOAKCS A. L Sine, TUKHDAY, DKCKMI1BH G, Itf 10. The Interior Journal GET YOUR GUN BfUbllshed 187JL C Hays Foster Klncaid KINCAID A FOSTER INSURANCE Fire Life and Accident. WH.inlat Rink A Trust Co. STANFORD KY. HuretV HondB MINK!) HOTEL. Moreland, Ky. Abe Minks Prop. : Now hotel and stable opposite Speilnl rntea to traveling men. Single rooms. K el ythlng hrnnd new V. 1 State Commander Stanofrd, Ivy., 8TANFORD TENT NO. 7. Monday : Nlpht.. ..Meets - 4lh Deputy - HELTON SAUFLtY TUESDAY AND Publisher FMEAY At WHILE YOU CAN MASONS' MEETING. j fr. ' VBnY POLITICAL ANNOUNCEMENTS Thcsi RNIcHliusly Lw Prices Presents Presents ue-no- t. R. M. NEWLAND Representing The Mutual Benefit Life Insurance Co. The leading annunl dividend Company. Its distinction Is duo to adherence of successive managements to tho principle of mutuality. W. W. BURGIN. DKNT1ST. Office at Residence, CRAB ORCHARD. KV- - No. (). K. A A. t. will meet Lincoln For Circuit Judge In tntd cotntnunlpntlnn on enoh nrt nml third Mon.lnyr nltfliL clench month, lit T:HThe Interior Journal la authorised mi-inun- , announce nnuon uinin iinri'i, oxiock in Charles A. Hardin ns n forJ.Ky. T. v Pen. candidate for Circuit JuiIkc or tho tfrnniiy imitcd to iw nlnnton Hoe. Thirteenth Judicial dlstrlst, at tho ' election to bo held November, 11)11, subject to the action ot tho Demo- J. J, BELDEN. For houv earrlRRfl nnd xlitn painting iloco- rnme nmisiniiniKo imnny trimming I'he old story ot wrnt the Uovornor top curtnlns of nil k imr mich nnd boot! Hindi. HtopovfrAldrldKe'ililnck ' nuthihop Wert Mnlnm., HinnFord Kjr., of forth Carolina said to the (lov l'lioneNo.rtlS. ernor or South Cnrolinn, tns brotiRlit J J. HKI.ftKN. up at the Conference of the (lovern-orf- t JOHN COOK at Frankfort last 'vceK. The truo wvrnl Dentist and 1 to 4:30 I'.M office Myers House flats Stanford Ky Hours 8:30-1- 2 DR. T. W. PENNINGTON A.M. Veterinary Surgeon and dentist. version Is said to have hern, that Specialist on all horse and animal Nihon the two incentives of the Caio-lln- a disease. Stanford, Ky. Phone 194 pot together, one remarked "lie-memb- L&N. T1TCETHBLE No. si. Hooth, litis No. 30, Mouth, lOItt .OfetDR. oTRco W9m oer W. N. CRAIG, Oculist and Optician H. J. Mcllnocrts' Store. Stanford, Ky. GAL- No.f",J:Op. u. M. M. No.lt.. "Jorth.tilO A. M, No. North. 6M9 r. No. 17, 10:19 A. u. A r. m. PRESSED STANDING SEAM VANIZED ROOFING. Phone 114. JOS. S. RICE, Agont. Large Quantities carried In Stock EADS' TIN SHOP, Stanford. WILL ADAMS O. CARTER, S. New Llvorv- Livery: all kinds of hauling, Fur niture packing. Phone 173 S'anford, Ky. Dopot Street Phono 00, STANFORD, KENTUCKY. the fate of Montgomery." "Who was Montgomery" queried the other, "He's tho man who died between drinks " As one of tho chief features or the entertainment at tho Capital City wn; nn elaborate reception by Col. K. II rnvlor. Inventor of tho famous Old Tnyior brand or whiskey, wo opine that nont, ot tho visiting governors was In dnngor of meeting tho fate of "Montgomery." lid Slilnnlck keeps on ntnlklng about lien Johnon's reltglouH views in connection with his gubernatorial campaign. So far as ue can observe, th0 Shelby Hecord man Is Uie only one urn Is paying attention to that reature of the matter. Wo bellevo cv-r- y newspaper opponent of Mr. John-bo- n iu the utMe Is enough never to consider :t under any circuit stances so wtiy an avowed ndvocato ot Johnson keps harping the on It we can't understand. subject drop, Krlend fcd, you're the only one who Is worrying at nil about broad-minde- WINTER TOURIST TICKETS FLORIDA AND ALL SOUTHERN RESORTS ON 3ALI3 DAILY VIA TO ol lilui in life Imnri'onmfiit in the A new trial will be nk I'fiiltenilHry. l Suspenders $1 to $2.50, Phoenix mufflers, 50c and $1, Cuff Buttons 25c to $1.50, Scarf Pins, 50c to $3.50, Ladies 3000 Silk Umbrellas, almost too pretty to use $2.50, $5, $7.50, $10, 12.50 and $15 each. Men's Silk Umbrellas, 3.50 to $10. Leather Suit Cases, $5 to 15, Hand Bags $5 to 12.50, Kid Gloves, $1 to 2, FARRIS. GEORGE Stanord, Ky. 'Work Gloves, 25c to 1.50, nice hat, $1 Aftei being out about rive hours. to 3.50, Stetson hats $3.50 4, and $5. the jury lound Joseph Wenttllng guil ty of murdering little lma Kellner Look at our beautiful windows and Louisville last winter nnd ypnlenr Double Double Double Double Double Double Double Double Double Double Doubel Cun Gun Gun Gun Gun Gun Gun Gun Gun Gun Gun 13.50 11.00 16.00 12.00 20.00 16.50 24.50 9.75 16.00 12.00 13.50 10.75 11.00 12.50 13.50 15.00 18.50 18.50 14.75 11.75 15.25 H. In Most people are happiest when they are giving and this is the Season for For Cash to Close Out Presents. We offer you a Large, Use- thb follow.no is your last fui an(j BEAUTIFUL STOCK to select MND BEST OPPORTUNITY: from. Silk Handkerchiefs, 50c, Silk 3.75 Single Gun $ 5.25 Sox in beautiful colors, 50c and $1, Silk 6.50 .... 4.75 Single Cun Regardless of Cost They Go Ur by hi attorney. you are sure to bny. During the first week fn .limitary. beginning tho 3d, and lasting throuRh the Mil. the Agricultural College, ot lite Stnte University at Lexington has arrnnced to obseno Farmers' Week Phis will be tho best opportunity ever offered lor farmers and stockmen of tlie itnto to aali themsles ol the nciiOllts of the Agricultural College The Swine, Hecf Cattle, Hore. Dairy Cattle and Stieep llrecucni asrocih H J. McRoberts. FREE a 50c Jar.of It GOOD RETURNING UNTIL MAY 31, 1911. FM FKI PABTICUIARS, CAU. OH AWASIIT QUEEN & CRESCENT RQBTE, H. C KINO. Paucottr and Ticket Attn!, 101 E. Mln St., IXXfNQTON, KY. It. Our good friend, Edward O. Leigh, once rrlvntj. secretary to governors, now editor of the Uowllng tlreen has declared against We expected fc.r governor. as much lnce learmngNwhere lay the the sympathies of "Jnne" Henry 1. Hlnes. VC know, however, that Kd knows enough of the Inside or conditions at Frankfort In the past to believe that II he Is forced by his patron saint to swallow Uen Johnson, It's going to be a mighty bitter pill -- residence, and place yourself in a position to get the latest market quotations at any time. This can be accomplished by means of our telephone service which you and your neighbors can get for a sum that is small compared with the benefits received. Call or address our nearest office or write direct to leadquarters, Nashville, Teuu., for information regarding our special "Far-meLiue" rate. If you are not at present enjoying telephone tervice, we can immediately interest you. Our lines cover the States of Kentucky, Tennessee, Mississippi, Louisiana and the Southern portion of Indiana and EAST TENNESSEE TEL. it TEL. CO. Illinois. (IKPOBPORATl'D) RURAL TELEPHONES. MR. FARMER: Make your home as modern for your family as a ice, conventions there on nucressUe dniR. each devoting a ttalf day to busl mh.h, speeches, etc, and the other half to Judging work. Tho State Corn Growers' Association the State Corn Sho-and Ctrn Srtiool will nlso bo held m thp collcs--e during tlte weeh Liberal premiums arc ottered In the In the corn snow ana various c eaunlU liberal premiums for f.trm but ter. creamery butter, farm milk and lor certified milk, Kates ol one tare plus i!3 cents, for the round trip havo ntc been jccitreit over an ronns. best authorities in the country on the various classes of stonx, etc have been MCtircd for thc week. All Is auso lutelv Iree. A nleasanter or more nrofitalile ' week for th,. lanners of Kentucky could not posslby bo ar ratiped JMttlc'ulnrs. premium lists, eti . vxy M obtained by dropping n tnrd o J.1. A. ScoelI. director, Lex ington, Ky. Mini v lion tl the state will hold thlr on Palmolive Cream tilnrsiic jnrol Wc have a refi the famous Palmolive Cream (or you. It won t cost you n Bring this coupon lo our slorts and do as the ad direct. Wc will then givo you absolutely free a full sizo jar ol Palmolive Crrnm which wc ordinarily sell for im cent. Cut the coupon (ram the Nov. is 50c cash. You'll find this cream the most delightful thing ol its kind ever made. It's en STATE BANK : 8c TRUST CO., KY. STANFORD, CAPITAL STOCK, $50,000 Officers: President Vice Presidents . . .. W. L. McCarty. G. L. Penny, J. S. Rice, J. D. Eads . Congressman Harvey Holm lull Sun cayaior vvasningion to anenu tne o. ening ot Congress. This Is the last ' f eV i under the cotitro of yhe republicans and It ts expected that tnat party will endeavor to accomplish all the good possible in order to make things easier tti the piesl dentlal election In PUBLIC SALE vlll sell nt public auction, begin ring at li o'clock A. M. my farm of CO acre en the D.vnMlle pike, 5 miles .iKt of Dunvilln nnd . miles weft ol Ktanfotd, 01. 1 sues ot liood HousclceepW.PncificMonthly.Rcd Book, Woman's Home Companion, Lotlies World, Uncle Remus' Dcc.issucsol Pcoplc'sHomo Journal, Delineator, Designer, New Iden, Blue Book.Green Book. Nov. 19th Collier's Weekly. Nov. 5th Saturday Evening Post. Nov. Oth Illustrated Sunday Mogazine nnd Associated Sunday Magazine. Mo2-ozine. tirelynew and has all I n a quality ol Palmoliv o BSjBrTSJTy "i BBBBBT rrMpsaS"SJ ooap, iiio queen of all toilet soaps. Look in thc magazines (or (he Bring it to this store. coupon. PENNY'S DRUG STORE j O J j.. V V V ... ... ... ... ... ... ... V it V" V V. . vvr Mi vVf t .t C & tf tS .?r,-- i Oi THURSDAY, I DEC. 8, 1010 Cashier Assistant Cashier J. W. Hutcheson C. Hays Foster WE CORDIALLY SOLICIT YOUR BUSINESS. alfo sell a lino combined cat- rlage and fnrnt hoe, works well ev- erywhtre, safe for women and chll- Jren; one extra fine farm and roau mare and btood marc, 1 twovoawiin .Many a noble congressman will celdlng, V'.t line well broke to ride and driro; 1 lino lllly colt, draft stock, sing his swan song at tljo sltort yearn J extrn good Jersey iow, '.' of the national assembly which old, git lug line ttow of milk. conened at Washington .Monday In 15 acrt'K of corn In the tbock, it .' cluuetl among whom will bu the lions. Jns poiudii-oiqnni 'ujaffjoj jo sojau Don C LMwnrds and Junes D. Den- rey and harness, .lino 1'3 busliels ot potatoes nnd U to 7 bushelH ot tur nett ot Kentucky. V.IU 6 o & r-- . Thanksgiving Eatables i2. hcp-blii- u p uips llotihelicld FIRST NATIONAL BANK, ORGANIZED IN 1862. CAPITAL STOCK, $50,000. SURPLUS EARNED, $22,000. HAS PAID IN DIVIDENDS, $216,500 Combines Absolute Safety with Satisfactory Service. Modern Safety We Solicit Your Account. Deposit Boxes for Use of our Customers. OFFICER. t; STANFORD, KENTUCKY including a tine 11 'J range, good as lew, a JIL' silver set, gold lined, flno mahogany tabl, parlor carputn and 1 wish to inform my old customers opened up a new gallery at nifs and other things too numerous that 1 Rowland and am ready to make good to mention. auu cneap pictures. Terms of da of sale. J V. Chandler FRANK COROIER Auctioneer.. MRS. AMANDA S. GILMORE, STAN KURD, KY, R. I). NO. :'. PICTURES. nnd kitt-ne- iuruiiur, Heinz Preserves, Apple Butter J gEtc. Beach nut marmalade, Jelly g Peanut Butter Etc. S Stone Black, White MeohistoeS o and Creole Cakes: Apples, Ban- g anas, Oranges, Cranberries, Cel- O Jery, etc. W. H. HIGG1NS, tt Ol RECTOR. Klngpf Externals Is tho ene Staadard prep-arati- GOWANS I oa -- Ti. tantora. Kentucky. F. Reid, . H. Baoghman, ). S. Hocker, President; M D. Elmore. J. M. Pettus, S. T.IHarris, H. C. Daughman, F. Cummins, H. C. Daughman, Cashier. S, T, Harris, no. C. Robinson, TV W. W. Saunders, Ind. Bookkeeper K. C Walton, J. S. Hocker, J, It. Harris, Bookkeeper W.H MurpTky, 3 CIk Cincoln County national Bank Of Stanford, Kentucky. CAPITAL SURPLUS RESOURCES SHANKS, I. H. PAXTON, . O'. by Doctor, Draist, Lay GOWANS Cures maa. Paeaaoaia, Groap, Colds, Cos&hs, Plearisy aad all ailaeats caased froa In flaaaatioa or Coagestioa. asiversally i aad eatkusiasllcally endorsed jTvJa IsWl rlssssssssSsi As I CLOSING OUT SALE! I have to change climate w'll sell for the next 30 days a full line of millinery, dress goods, trimmings and notions just purchased In the city at prices astonishingly low. Tils stock was carefully selected and It will meet the wants of this or any other vicinity, I will sell It as a whole If an opportunity should present, CORA 8. LIPPS. CONCRETING jroo W r lit position to do all kind, of "lock Work. SS2d'ito0,,.W8 e!"x mk any 'bins from a down to a fenc po.t. We cn surra ' 8DoWVoBaVfc!aiK.Z.Prte" $ 50,000.00 $ 50,090.00 $340,000.00 PRESIDENT' W. M. BRIGHT. CASHIER, J. V.CERgSUpNT DIHEOTORSl CSTER, ASST. Gownni Preparation bus ond of the largekt una moat mtk factory Mka of an.r prtimrtttion cnrrM In our Ktock. We coimider It wowfrrfal euccesa, , TUB MUK1U r UM'Q CO., N MODERN Is SANITARY TOILET PHILLIPS BROS., Stanford, Ky. CUT FLOWERS FOR SALE! , CASH Wholesale UrugnUta ColumblM,S. C, Jut 11, IUIU n iU. tiCvr:r.-a.- W. J. Geo. W .Carter SUnrord; A T Kcinse'lir HlSBiord: .... lltluapta frBtr 1 ---- "' T. C, lUakii. B.Paxtai SUufi'l; Walker. Stanford; r.h winvvr. 1 d. II. Shapkg, Stanford; W. II. Traiur Jib-!r- i Creek; It. U, Hulill Laocaaiur; W. H Shit iki tlaril- - I WrTMAYl.WVEiniTltEIWiel I w. iJiiosster; n. c joutus r" . - ijuw-vca- c: SmI Alisrsi. hi. ii-lU.- i,l a disease and discomlort preventIt eliminates all annoying odors, excludes all disease serins. Let us remote that old style trap affair and replace it with a toilet that Is as ornamental as It Im convenient and healh preserving. The coit will not Jm. much. It shouldn't be considered when the limit) ot your lauiny may be Involved. ive. Hustonvlllo, Ky. - h. - - W. K. WARNER, "fflL 9iMfrvf Ky .tt t owr. FRUIT AND SHADE TREES auklniii. 6albs. potte4 aow.n. pl. iSa BOUM. Alao.maka a MrUltr ot mnmHh Everything for Orchard Lawn J T7 toe sar raaeral purnsM. and Garden, Write for Free Catalogue, No. Afnts r. H. P. HILLENMKYKR A tONt. oiwumfAjr v. --Lsxhiitsn, Ktnttttky. i J " "''" "0lM pabllowttte tti bt. as (' tt1a- - tcajitCf- --- , ---- - i '7l7Tt"yM ""Tpwr1 -- mnT--. i "VJ&? f " """ V -- "'- -- i- t r 'W w r TUK8UAY, OKCKMDKH , 1910, THE STANFORD, KENTUCKY INTERIOR JOURNAL. FAUB INI Great th 3 Under-Pric- e Sale! Of Cloaks, Suits, Skirts, and Children's Cloaks We will allow you to take off one-fifof the price, or 20 per cent, discount on these goods. This includes all of tfie above goods in our store. Bright, new and seasonable goods at a liberal discount right at the beginning of winter should be taken advantage of by those in need of winter goods. We will also spread a Feast of Remnant Bargains beginning osv that date. See large posters for other seasonable bargains. SEVERANCE & SON, NEWLAND'S. friend hero Sunday. Miss Julia Hptirr. of Lexington Is Fresh iupply 01 tnnt good Hex coal the guest of Mrs. P M. Mcltobcrt. H! cents delivered. W. S. & B. II. PERSONALS. Miss Hlla Ma,, llnrko visited rela- Denhnni. . Mls May Phelps has returned to tives nt Drodlicad Saturday and h"r home ntt Klrhmond after n piers-nn- t "To v.hom It rray concern." This visit to Mm. It. C Mocker. ilntt-ii- l llatilln', tli(. PrlKlil jounc O Mr. nnr) Mm (.'nitric l.utet lii r( nuil ,lrn H.nn ('. Mrrd ti ' '" nol"y yu ,nat (,,orKe A. Hates (or Atlanta, to spend lull wMciilny roj i .ulsvllle, to nn nnu A. F. .Maudlin are no longer in lenvo ilc-.- o the winter nn i'i" ration lor niipcndlclM? j our employ. (Ind ,) Wood .Mosaic, (Irrclcy l.ntr and Thurlnw .lone He wit mcompu ind ny Itlh mother New Alliany, nil hv Snt.trdny to look cnt In Itlchmond ti.i tc ntl,. teomnicnded (.'oner mi.hi Den i' Ndwnids or nn nt Hon onttle 'i ho popular wholesale giooery form a.ointme-i- t to We-t- t Point Mtlltn-- 'Ul,. HveeneyShelhy' Company, Mrs Maggie (icod and little grandof "!- -' daughter Miss Margaret Mrt'lu0 went """ "" ""', ' " Junction City, is sending big wngon , cd o belore taking Hie exnmlnntlou. , . ,,. .... ... to Urnb Orchard Saturdnv to 1U the London Koho . nintH now. Popular Col. J. W. Itout little one' lather, Fred McClure. HnndKoincIv eniVved Inv Millions t their milcmnn nnd making good. Miss Ophelia I.icl:y. of Cntli Or hnvo Iikcii rctved here reading as populnr or hetter huslner morP chard, spent evernl day last week iiimi eun li found nnwnere thnn Jim tho miot of Mrsdames C H Tnte nnd Jolluwt nnd .Mrs.l'hnrlton II. Clllt Sir snrlhj or ii 11. Sweeney. William Severance request Hie nnnpr 01 your preiein-- r , Mr and Mm (. K. Miller, of Itoch-itnr- , nt Ho mnrrlsg of their daughter the Pred t.nrnett Is tunv broth-er111., tire the guefts nt hor Mittle May third trick nt llimp, ieorpH Hcurls and family. Mr. J. (.'. riubank C To j U on regularly day nt the local depot, .Mm. S H Urookb, .tnd daughter, Mr lllchard i. Wllllums hoiiir MIm Mollle llrooks, of Crab Orchard, mi Wednesday evening December tho while popular .1 C. Honom If It today for Atlanta, wiicrc thry will fourteenth nineteen nunurea ami ten ,Wn tile IllRllI Mutt spend tiio winter set en nriuvK Tho ladies Aid Society of the Klrst Presbyterian Church Chrlfctmas black cakes. We're bnk M Covington Kentucky elmrrlt will meet at S P lug this week, (iet jour order In nt t Home oa Frldnj next with .Mm Heorge I). Hopper. nice. J. I). Morton. after Januaiy th- - tenth II. C. Anderson I ame to mi up The Arthur ur Kentucky att-- r being confined to nis Pen lnr-lletwet-n Mr. AmanOt S CoWngton Kentucky have receU Jwimorrt gate and Shelby City black .n It'kraMle. i.l Mm V tl handbhg eonUlnlng two 1 bills, white ,pe idlnR a few dVyn with her' sister. ed work fromP. a ,,,,,,. R0M and ,nx rpcclpts gIgncd by rs. W J. CMIdress at llustonMIle t..n that L. business wnn of hompr-M- L , ltctvnrd for Mrs. W. K. Harrison Dr. Childress has just returned from prominent Uct. Is 1"K,-?Srins return to this otlice. 4 short Ult to ... . ernon. . -- . -was ,I. ..!.... ; ,7Tuy P.acc - al.a.ly of Mr Keuhnefnuf of t eorge iliinn, tne popular Shelby J M. .k..ft ib . ril.l.i. m A1I y inerciiniii, I. nufvitinnf, tu pm . It (' W.niaras, ni u'R-ton- ual Kentucky Jl.dgo nut his business. He Intends to join one of the moil eloquent joutig his mother and sister at Harrlsburg ''"' SHORT LOCAL NEWS orators m the slit- -. Arkansas. nddres to the bomerset lai'iuorn. doten cboicc Vat sale-O- ne i rims ot StLday. lidru Hen Car of genuine Kanawha salt for Huff Orrlngton pull-t- a Mm Sallie KiMir of 3I'- - curing ment. J II. Haughman Ac Co. Mrs Wenrcn, Stanford. f ter -(v. Is th r.nct ley Montlcello James Wrav .,. r,in.,res mnke nlco Christmas .... a ue saiisiuciuriiy 0,Mrs'kH P tmr Mailed her nephew ...ins! JiOLini . clNinc(1 riouies will If leit nt Wilkinpresents See nnd pressed Saturday r.t Panvlllo Studio, Stanford. shop. It. Wnlter Mllbtirn icon's bnrber Hun-day- Stanford, Kentucky. Thcres nothing nicer for a. Christ Tftihcrs meeting ut the CollcRe btilldlni; on Mnln street Stanford, Ky., mat present than n picture. Seo our (1 I)ember 10 nt 1 V Singleton, line nnd how reasonably we sell them. S.ipTlntendent. J. 1. Iieazloy . Co. Vim Special fountnln pons for school use. j (. Stanley wn, tf, gltMt of cents, 1 nnd 11.25 at Penny's Drug mends Ik Uncaster Hiinnny Store. Ml l.eo Wilder, of Hubble vlHcd 75 FRESH CANDIES at Can't Work w il.o I ll.ir.' y """ ,,,, .,., . , I WJ.'f'"';'? "f.J'X - ,nX L,c. Sav- U.,' """ ... thor-oughbi- 1 "a7r "" want good Christmas eandy, When you feel that you nuts nnd fruits nt low prices. See our a The l'resbvterlnn ladles will hold bnrnir and exchange on Saturday big stock blore yo buy. Hohon next In the olllco ot can hardly drag throucrt tho Kureka PorCiiiiil'bcll. your daily work, and are trait Company on Lancnstet street. M.. Tho salu win begin at tired, discouraged and? Mnke your wife happ Xmas with CaKes, candy nnd Inncj U'ao A suitarticles miserable, take Cardutr one of our rice hirniturL pets. J. U able for Christmas presents wilt bo the woman's tonic. lle.irley Co mao0 a specialty. Cardui is prepared ton The. Dromntlc Club of the Stanford the purpose of helping; lluy your Christmas rlbhons from High School will prowm Shakes-pe.treV- i women to regain tlielL comedy. Much .ido About Miss Kiln May Saunders. Yoi' get j strength and health. Nothing at the opera nouse Tueadny them at tost. Not by doping wiifr cluing, uec. -- an. in coslumt-- will Henilqttnrtera tor Santa Clans In l Ac Sons, of InridHked bv W in. strong drugs, but by the fatnnfnrd. Kino cumllei', fjti.ta, nut (ilieinnnil .MdKe our nrrnncemcntM gentle, tonic action, of ,0" r n11 description to attend and encourage mis lmnor-!n,,- a . rit iinpna TniT urn, mm'. pure vegetable herbs. 1. t.ii. nnuii ( " 01 tne worK. , " iiimi leaiure uui ryvtf u. i. iiuriuii. E56 leputyA5hoiirf W S l.mbry took i to tin penltenttnrj nt Krnnklort last Onl 1(! shopping dnvs to CliristmnH week th( two negroes vno were given You'll hnve to hurry to get that nice prison terms by Juries at the term present lit V. H Mueller's. ol circuit court just Onued They wero )fU Le Willis, who caught a sesn- 1'icry ti'icp of from one to live jears nnd going at hat,. trimmed nndtountrinimrii, tc-lWe have do Mils to The Woman's Tonic Arthur (ioocli. Ilti for muriier. make room or spring goods Miss ' xilht Maj Saunders Mrs. I N. Nicholson Mr John (I l.)nn who leaves nbout of Shook, Mo., writes? Jnu 1, for KoEenhiirr, lexas to make The pie supper nt the Alaywood Ms future home will go Info partnerBefore I began to taker Paptlst church last Saturday night ship ttltlu Mr. Robinson Huguely for- vas a big success. There were 17 caraui, 1 was unable to merly of lloylo county. They will han- pies on band and n totnl of $l.ri.(i5 do anv work. I have dle cattle on an extensive scale or were realized from their sale through taken 5 bottles and have the ranch they hao contracted for. the efforts of Col. H. W. Jornson, the improved very much. In nddltlon to their cattle business auctioneer. There will be another pie they will give considerable attention supper nt the Pine (Srove Christian can do the most of-- myr 10 raising, oranges, a good sized church on the Ottennelm pike next housework now. ot which. Is on their ranch. Xrove Saturday night, at which Col. Johnson "I can't say too muctr will otliciatc. Keryone Is invited to tor Lardtti, it has doneso-mucJames 1). Shelby, of Junction City, attend. rold to J. M Harmon, ot Danville, th for me." liu-stabl,, property occupied bv W Your drucEist sells Gar It's mighty cold driving now. See tl MrUnnald nt Junction City. It Is our fine line of lap robes, storm I dui. Get a bottle todays understood that .Mr McPonild has fronts, carriage heaters atd coal. J, ' the property trom the neiv C. McClary. owner and will continue business at the old stand. The prlc0 is said to h.no been 11,1'uO. t Hi-c- k ...... l'"j :,?"' "" Jake CARDUI I h r 1 .... hri 111 o.,.. Judge Wise New .N On That Overcoat. .." 00000 000000 o o o o OOOOO 000000 o Merchant Just remember that the Interior Journal Is rend by li'.OUU people twice a Week ,t you have any thing tosay tithun about Christmas goous, you rpji uo u in no surer or Proprietor. morp certnlnwli) 1 ie Interior JourCom- nal covers Llnchfn lll.e n The Junction City Lumber comb pany of which Mr. W A. KevnoliU every nnd sends hundreds ot papers Issue into Cnrrard, Hole, Koc Is moving spllit. Is doing more busiIt has con cnstle, Cnsev, nnd fulasxt cumii.i't ness than It can bundle arts Vor ten houses nlreatlv on A won! to the wise is Miftleint hand, with more conilNg In nil the it This Is the senson ot decnv ami time One of th,. nicest contrarts Mr wenkemd vitality, good Health Is hard has en hand Is the residence of locker nt Hustonvllle to retain If vou'd reialn vours, turt'- and Mrs J. It tv your system wltr llolliters Itocky 3. For Sale. Souio nice, barred rock Mountnln Tea. the suret wav rnd mlnorcn cockerels. KU Hubbard. ents Ten or Ta' lets Shugars and J'anner Stanford. .Mr. 1 I flkl WELL FITTING CLOTHES There's no patent on the idea of wearing plain, well fitting clothes nor is there a copy-rigon selling them. Only so many people don't wear 'em or so many dealers don't sell 'em thai it's always worth noting. We're here to sell clothes, and we do. We sell good ones, but that doesn't mean they are dear. We buy carefully from makers we can depend upon, pay for and ht 1 tu n I jj Xtl-J- , i . 'v' & "Glad hearts and great Mi The llroadway Copied) Kour after plajtng here one night at the Then- torluiu. "t ust up heie rd left town. 'lhe show had a pood patronage the 10 shares ot llustonMIle first night but the two men and two For Sale gills "fell out nmong themselves National Hank stock. Apply at this ond WMild nnt stick together longer. olfice. The Pixie Vaudeville Company which recently showed. here a week, "bested. last week, I'rot Legar-- ' At the nroyles Hale near I'errjjlllo nt Springfield of ... . . ...Mn tho company went to do and some III lioyie me uiriu "".at Junction City where they put on n Mary Webb nnd MHs Nora llrorli-being M irres t how to good houses for several J81 yr. an acre, there : brood nights. In the ploce. Sheep brought S5 to J160. tows 25; horses from County Medical Socle- ,.. The Lincoln -- . th.. !3t Aiinnh - Hotel .. i ... ...wk i, ...it n.nA. nt ...t, ..........,..----..Wo hnvo some seconu ininu uut."--. nnd ono carriage for saie. iTuic iicu lut;!.... l reau n paper on a rieu J. urown wi ltros. for a More Accurate Diagnosis nnd Ur. Kdward Alcorn on Rheumatism. wondering wtiat tr.give .for You're annual election of omcers will "-- i10 bo held nt this meeting and a full at Christians. Come youvruu. tendance Is desired. W. V. Hicklo, Kot Just vvnai FOR XMAS CANDIES go to NEWLAND'S. ? get good cloth, good lining, goodwork-mansh- ip and good fit. And we sell.' at a moderate profit. vj, m h1 vj, vi, "A i...i0 .- 1 m -- W. E. PERKINS, CRAB ORCHARD, KENTUCKV - " T. V.- Hutnblo - ' -- 1 ... nuw - To ti R. Iu?h9i a W. O. Maiiia ,v n riches are seldom quainted." says Judge Wise "but comfort and economy are very old ac- ball and tront porch . tern nt mc """"-....ard nil necessary (aid will rent at a bargain - m Cisey county a nm' i.ess Call on or wni pett & Hon Kldd 8 store. the busl-neKcr lUvnt. On account of t Win tent my store with a nice w- -. .... r mur yrnn oi rnii. innmi tviiciivu elc,. ?'- -and a - Secretary. Kt ffm """"""'j n" " i: " FARM FOR SALE1 miles west of 80 acres lying l coltage and barn tine Highland, n pood C nam- -. fields fenced; bnrn etc, I 5HnP5 about 35 acres In cultivation; plenty of water. Heahon lor selling out not able to work on farm. 1'rlce JAS. A. KING. 60-- 8 It. F. D. No. 3, Uox t5 I "ugH" We can save you money o n your shoes. Our line of Suides Patents, Vicis, etc. is hard, to excel. Give us a look; examine our exceedingly low prices and you wili I m '4 I V 2 friends at Cummins & Wearen's Store, where you can buy the very OVERCOAT Stanford, Ky.. Wanted to rent a house of 4 or rooms In Stanford or vicinity. Apply to A. C. ConnetL Login avenue. For Salo. Uarrcd iMyinoiith Hock cockerels, nice ones V cents each r. r ? T. A. Ulco. W- - How's Tills? Hundmt IMlura ntwirt lor mm ol rtUrrli Itul cinnul U cuifl b HUli Curt. ttuiru n. v . k .,.4..i,'fli( im Lnnn i J r l hrnrv hon. for Ike lilt 13 trtra. l"l U'IKt' !"' lrr-tll! ta all 6u.u.r. 'VVUIMI. hINNAV iU.tlS. nttrt On you need t., for this rough weather at any price you want : .nt. !""' Wkolulrlinicuu.Tolrlo U. lHlliOUrrh CMr u .1tkrn IntMoallr. '" wl muco. upoo Ih. WJ t Irrr ITIe J rest tivtrra iMtlraonUU iui br all Dnunuu. Voliw. Ukc lla.lt lamUr fun W comtlpailoB. Il 1 BhTSY'S POINTERS: S undoubtedly buy. 1mh' Of I 11 l UmimniTHi hi tr mny Hr,inum ctttn My Idea ot a successlul woman Is good for I. J., read one who has raised a largo family . A .i.ii.. c ot children without getting Into hot rum uou; ers: Tue year; tho Interior Journal ono )esr wntor with her neighbors. One good 1911 Vood. way"to,nddto your laurels Is to tako and tho 1'oM's lieauttful This 'of udvnntage of 'tho low prices and ( 12.50. tend stock of Coffey A CoJtman. for la toed for bath sew subscribers Just arrived, n coapleto line ol TUe Cftlan, Irno TMl VriMM.JMt um iZ: m4 Dlvtr litre's something ... ..I... uincinnaii ! HUGHES, MARTIN & CO:, Dry Good., NfOAtloiwSr.oe 51ANFUKl. i 0,lear ggggy .. -- -- mMMt.nww. art cl IWflUUlY 1 V COLtMAN t .1 i. THE STANFORD. KENTUCKY INTERIOR JOURNAL. THE FARMERS Tor Sale. no Rood ewe, rrom 1! to 4 years old. Jits. Yowell, lluatonrtlle. Strn) homo from lllrhlund. Lincoln count) n black horre. left tye out. Will Jenkins, VnnArsdnll, Ky inson 24 hojts nt $6.:.V Thov got a bunch or hellers from 1 A Hlcc nt IS.70 II P. Iloltzclnw shipped to the (in Ion Stock Yards of Cincinnati hut Inn neck n car load of butcher cattle c lor which he got trom It to Ihnrlej Lutes Hold to Clarence Jill-Innnd Scott llrown. ot Franklin ronntj 70 stopper nt from 14.23 to M.fiu last week. They will feed thorn 2 TITKSDAY, DKCKMUKi: 6, 1910 , We Ham these From $5 to $25 Lutes k Jones bought ot Jnke Rob- 14 this winter around Frnnkrort nt the Mr. I.utes ship-pevarious distilleries in n big bunch of cnttlo to Tatum, b'mbry ti. Company or Louisville, Utt week. He Is cleaning up his shift preparatory to leaving lor the south for the winter. He shipped 204 .stoppers to the 1.ouImIIIm firm for which he got ?4.40. There rnme to mv plnco on (Irecn river near Jumbo one male hog about C month old, black with randy spots weight when he came to placo 40 pounds. Owner can get same for pay Ing lor his keep nnd other charges. Hog had been in n y possession since September last. Allen Murphy. Strnv hog at my place. Owner can paying Tor this notice snme Kn and keep, ,las, Meiscr, v d Thomas Naylor sold some corn to Dlshon at !2.lf In the field John Hell sold some corn to pnrtlos hero nt I2.2S delivered. Farmers call d this a poor )ear for corn but Mr Ihntnaa Ootcn, of Tnpphanna gathered 15 barrels oft of three acres In the "lluziraid lloost llend" of Dick's Herring nnd Kennedy bought tlvei n hunch ot shonts of Sam l'urcll nt It i0 per head, lleorge O. 12 41' to Spooiiamoro sold 10 IH ound hots II Drown nt 16.60. to Kir Sale A brown mare snfo In toal to V'oods' fine Jack, this is the Arch (Jreon mare. She can bo seen at W M. Adams' stablo. Call f.r 80-Phono 173. V M. Adims For rert W0 ncr0 tnrm. Write Thompson llros., King's Mountain, Ky Tnomns 2 Ht-- 4 S POSTED I T. A. Hlco. (Tho hunting season Is upon us and nearly everyone wants to post bis place Tho charge Is 2.i cents cash with name.) K. II. Denham M. J. Hoffman J. W. Hughes M. V. liRurrnco J II. Acton L S. Harris J W. Ilaughman, David Htevein Fred Untimnmi. S. II. Ilaughman, J. II. Ilaughman N'evln Carter O'llnnton i: Campbell will Conller Frnnk Cordler M II Lytle. Christ Jacob. Dr. J. Q, Carpenter. James Smith. Mrs. Mattle White. W. It. Daugherty. John M. Hooch II. C. Andersoa 1). M. Anderson A. r Tmylor, J. II. Thompson J. A. Totter ncres of Innd. For Sale. 1C J. II Hustle O P. Newland nev five room cottage, three porchen It. CurtU. Harris & Wood. pnnlty, hall etc., large barn 10 Htnlts, Mrs Mattle II. Uewes. house, John M. Carter. this Geisxl stud Hnd good loft, lluggy J. Klllott Fred Von(lrucnlgan.J. hen fcouso 'etc. The place Is well .locob Onnder. A. Klelbasa. vnlered. buildings nil new nnd fenc- Misses Kallle. and Ilettlo Carter. ing good. This Is a ,ool farm and P. W Carter,' J. H. Carter. will ell at a bargnli. price only lt5 K. II. Hatfield L. S. darner. per ncre Apply to U H. Hughes. Jtis M. Carter, Sr. Mrs. It. L. Williams Finnk Cordler sold to Fox Dudder-u- r A. J Johnson. II. C. Unuchman, his small farm on Dlx river at i:i' J W. Peak. P. W. Carter. an acre The place contained about C A Alien CO acres. 8TIRRINQ wo TIMES. are havins; In the bulldluc line. We carry a full line, ot lime, plaster, cement and everything else needed for bulldlnx, Kcr)tlilne purchased lll bo found of tho best qualibore ty and tho best for Intended purpose. We will sate you trouble aad uaneeM sary expenso by sending to ua fer an estimate. ", J. A ALLEN, StMitri, Ky. December Sale Tailored Suits, Coats, Dresses A -- p jUWjM W ( and Furs v , ; . 'v . . At Greatly Reduced Prices 'V npo-morro- tr" tT gkiftosx; 4) Clothes Sam Robinson, Stanford, Ky. J SjJjjfc CffiMMfiSSW plSyteS FURS JOHN WHITE M & HIGHEST MARKET PRICE PAIO FOR RAW FURS AND HIDES Wool on Coramlnlon. Wrllo lor price- list mentioning Ihlt ad. AND KllJlCS L0UISVILLE,KY. we place on sale our entire stock of ""Suits, Coats and Dresses at prices ranging y to less than regular. The "season is closing and we still have a very large stockon hand, jt is now our object "to dispbseof them as quickly as possible therefore" these re- -' w -3 -2 rap-idl- FOR THE RIDCR or drher who buys (oor harness U i.ecesar) When honestly made nid Minrnntecd hnrnes enn be bouulit lien, so reainnnblv It Is a man's own Inult If he tikes the rik of buylnn I'rolll Ironi n mall order cntalonu bv others expedience nnd buy vour harness .it I ome J. C. McCLARY. Stan'ord, Ky. NO 8YMPATHY Falf -- And WinUr Suitings" ductions. .... ' $13.50 $18 00 $15.00 All ' COi OKlTt STYLE. Tailored Suits. $17.50 J af iK WE PAY HIGHEST CASH PRICE For All Kinds or Fresh Oysters f SERVED IN ANY f THE PEST HEA IN TOWN A, CARSON. Reduce $20.00 Tailored to all-wc- suits Suits Reduced Tailored Chevjlt Serge to... . $10.00 $13.50 Tailored Black and Fancy Coats Reduced to $15 00 Tailored Black Cloth Coats ReOuced 0 ;,. $20.00 Tailored Black Cloth Coats Rrducd to Tailored Coats. ... $10.00 . My new fall and winter samples are now ready for yoiir Inspection. They comprise tnn Dut on tlie market. I enn suit any one as to price nho has its clctlies made to order. A suit made to your measure Is preferable To hare to ready made clothes them mado to measure docsn t rost iny morn than ready mads wnen Ooa juallty and tit to coaaioam- vour sMiiurs In and lei ni II U. Kcrie? tn Practical Tailor I un J (Ji fM jg HIDES Farm Produce AND FURS NOW. WANTED $25.00 Tailored Zlblllne Cloth Suits Reduced to . ,J$ LAND & HUC'HANA.N aianford, Ky. $30.00 Suits Reduced to Tailored Novelty Cloth ..$1500 $19.50 $12.00 $15.00 plV.OU rti14 AA Tailored Cravenettte Rain Coats Reduced to. ... ., .. y FOR sale privately $35.00 Tailored Broad cloth Suit. Reduced to $45.00 rd of 103 acres near May- Ky. Good improvements, all i accessary outbuildings, well watered goo orchard, .rCC SAM ROBERTS. Maywood. Ky. MT. roeL 3Cr'fam HT Orjp. Suits Reducd to Tailored Novelty cloth $22.50 $25.00 Coats Reduced to Misses Tailored Silk Repp Rain P11,UU and Chlldrtns Cloaks at Greatly reduced prices. Cirstn's Resdvnif. t J.L.Beazley&Co, J. C. McClary, sssssssssssssikssksSj nw M 'SsiaHlsBQsiaaaKiiaaaaRl 7 Dresses $17.00 Serge Reduced to $22.50 Dresses Reduced to. Dresses Dresses $29 00 Dresse1 Waists $5.75 Silk DOLLARS HAS CONE UP IN SMOKE that mlaht havo been saved by a lire insurance policy. If you havo no Insurance on your property, take our MANY $10.00 Reduced to $35.00 asssssBBassskssksssHl tOBdsvtaKera and EmbmlnjAlso Dealers in , MsiaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaHl $14.50 Reduced to Orestes .. $16.50 $17.50 Waists Peduced to.. $6.50 Silk waists Reduced to $3.90 $4.90 ' " sssssBsSsissBisBsV SHBBBLVHliBBHBLsflRlSBBBBSBTSB Fur-aitare- " OtMBjsfcpBAlfl 'Vital 1 ndrlce and insure In the Continental company. It makes us weary and sad when ti firo occurs to think that a mail had'nt gumption enouRh to secure a pood wad from proiierly drawn policy lu he Continental don't be unwise Insure in time You will thank us lor the tip, W. S. FISH STANFORD, KY. PHONE 200 Mattingi,Rugs. They .nU exchange Furniture for jil Kinds of Stock. Give YhMiaCalL Price Right. Undertaker Office 'Phone 157 anc1 STANFORD. - KV. FARM FOR SALE! Emomei December Fur Sale. Siberian Lynx Sets Black Wolf Sets Pillow Muff with NICE Black Fox Sets T4aHQttD. . Home 'Phone 35 HEWTUCKY I will soil nr'vatpSy 11 y tarni of PI'lOw or rug muff about :") neres, mile and hair from With large shawl collar Hutitonvirie on Han'IIe pike. Hat. at lsl-- r lu and Manufacturer of hout,. nf seen rooms n'l mhor i!ees. HMarbU a;el Granite (Mon- sary Improvements and Can possession siwn uments, MarStora nnd t'o . IVinett-rJ. C. NEAL, samhuu1 Huttcei. Uffli't uint aid 4.w iutlm. Me Ctnoaxr Kv Morel? ml, Ky Harry Jacobs, and y $9.50 large shawl collar t $25.00 Pillow or Barrel Muff with shawl Collar at l'o ..c-i-i.- Christmas Gifts. A FULL LINE OF COAT SWEATERS AND Underwear L. L. SANDERS,, Novelty Articles suitable ibr OLTlt present elaborate displayr oflinvn i munliwl riil'lc i" hv rnr tlio liner nvni uu.iiiinjii, 11MI .... JJlli- .! y ..,.,.. iim.i vimui '"v wjv uiui "j gest tiiat you maKc your selections now wnii'j stocks are complete. Hundreds of beautiful pieces in sterling silver jewelry, IJrass old Cop per, uu luass, Mirrors, nctures, ucsiv bets; writing Desks, Desk Tables, Chairs, Fancy Furniture, lings, Leather Goods, Hand Bags, Suit Cases, Linen ar goods, Umbrellas, Cloves, Handkerchiefs Neckweai, Bring them in at &c, ac, too numerous to mention in this advertisement, COME AND once and we will ! i Not getting a sat.$35.00 isfactory price for my property, I will continue business at the old stand. G, B. PRUIT T, Moreland, Ky. W "'v i f We Want Turkeys pay you the highest Market Prices. DTVILLB, KENTUCKY,, ;. t nVS "ti t , 1 H. B. NortM. T, K. Tudor. Mrfr. PHONE 153. '.". J&mmm i '1 wt JUl..!WWM