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KIlllNGtINJAACKSVILLE SATURDAY NIGHT SAM Double Wedding POPULAR YOUNO COUPLE DEE LICK SECTION A TELEPHONE IN WAR Hustonville. I Elephant-Shoal- " BAPTIST PREACHER FIGHTING 'EM HARD IMMINENT HERE AGAIN PHONE COMPANY TO RAISE ITS RATES FOR TREE COUNTY SERVICE PRIVILEGE. J.imos Yowell sold n splendid hifleh of gooii feeders last week nt .", cnts' per pound. The wrecl- - on the Southern Hall; way ni.ir Somerset of the fast mull train No. 1 rnd to switch on the nt Junction City nnd go I.. & N Ktiith Ma Knoxvllle lo Chattanoogn. The linuanr held at tho Kinporlum Klnta SitiirdHy evening by the lad'es or tm iresiiyierian ciiurei. grand furcess. Their ensh receipts. wni irn.il ind they hnvo on hand full) llfi.UO worth of cnHej yet to J E. hardy surprise the farmers Another telephone war seems lm i all, wmh mnrrled to Miss Arrey I'nd right now, but Mr. J. K. Ilrute, or Livingston, Dec. 12. There were nil kinds of doing In Kitt and hi brother Kugonu wedded inlnent for .Stanford, for th(. Mast the Danville pike, has a porker which Itev J. W Jamison, pastor of tho Hnm MIih l)llc Uokn. The yonnR ladlen Tennesiee Tclephmie Saturday night. Muckuvlllc Company has l In irn ten Baptist church was arrest ltj0 different from anything 8a an known Owens llocker shot solo Crnlg to vi i e not related no far place he or nnyone c ,w , Ul0 od at that carryingIan Ft Ida v on n heltiR brotheri. It ttnnuuiioed thnt free tounty snnlcii Waller Col toy, Mnother but the roomi make the nfrnlr n vlll be discontlniT-donth and s to Its Stanford concealed wn decided to lrclne line, according to the. best charge ofIt seems that his nnsnllants but negro from Mnywood, was ground to doubly happy eent nnd tho two Imp iibcrlberi who .ire paylnp the old informed aulherltle. This pig has were entirely satisfied that they had death while trying to rlilo 11 freight pv pilrH er united Into wedlock' intc of $2 for business 'phones nnd sell I teen dubbed nn elephant hog by nil "fctarted" something that they wonlu holy bond nt the name time, and Italn to Ms Ifomo. $1 lor leildence 'phones. Those new Kentueklniis who haio nn Idea of wiiu iiuve seen it, iui iid i jvss prove a "white elephant" and up to it rehrd tho connntulatlonH of their Toe. killing ntfalr bitwccn the two IrlemU together. going Hoi'th to locate should not buy late eienlng Iloth KrooniH nre HiNcrlbers who are pnilng the remind one very much of the bind been Saturday this worthynothing had done to ilslted thc beautiful ndvocntc ot luprccH HVns Ito have boon the prominent younK InrmerH ol their rnto ot IS.75 Tor business nnd cnll tlioy have (la., that has n popu- - limbs of nn elephant. Instead of morality and religion. out growth 01 trouble between scleral ectlcn on dthe brldon are two of tl.U.f, for reiildenies will he allowed cltv of .Verlettii. having the bend of the rear knees ft eems that In nnd nround tho lotion of about 7,000. It Is situated nt U negioca who Infest the "blind- the most populnr anil nitractive blessed forward like nil hogs usually hav little village of Livingston, n well rlgcr" seulon of that part of thu city )ouni? Indie ot thlr rommunlty nnd the Itee county service, Manager In n lory fertile valley and the hind legs of this peculiar porker kept system of "boot legging" Is Homer Wrny slates, nnd the old with n lountltul supply or tine water Mocker, nnd Craig had hud no trou- they hae the host wlihes of all. bend backward nt the knees, like bring kept up which however has been ble, and ttiO killing seems to Imvn who will p.ty the Increased and proocrtv can ho bought at a I,cenn w.t Ihbucu nerc 10 .lonrpn those of nn elephant, nnd give n n characteristic of that place for n Keen a filnln rave ot mnnslaiml.li Hunt nnd Mint Mary K. I'lummet, rntr may nlso secure the free ser- reasonable price. on tha face ol It for Hooker wn i.ml thev were marred on the ,111. The chamber of commerc,. there !s very peculiar appearance, especially long time. Thc better clement or sct.ed-dulthe people there, not only of the ildcntly trying to Mil John Harris ItoUi are popular rehlentH i the vice to the count) This new iri,rirg1 n. pnmphlit g'Pig full when It walks. Quito, it number hnie stopped at DnplNt but of other churctes of rules becomes effective niter tilttcriptlon and facts, thnt when limit with whom li0 had been nt en- t'edar Creek section and have the hate the mity Inr some time Ho shot nt the l,(iol d Is sure to ceate a tremendotir Mr. Hruce'i place to see nnd unusual worked hard nnd persistently to rid J.in. I, I'Ul. iHhoi of everone. several their town of the evil but until lateIts popu- cpeejinen ot hogflesh, i low year ago nnd came nerr it result of Oils ruling of the boom, and n.ore than bouble that Mr. killing hlii own brother In his ran They have fine schools, sol- hnvo suggested price for ItIlruce could ly has any effective work been done num-l-- r lation. toiiipaiiv Mnyor Florence and from some obtain a good strange mnn hailing from Nashville room for more. lom llrltig Lancaster. was not decided, yet how-tie- r under the guise of n lumber dealer of City Councllmen .ire under- era! liictnrios and show. He It seems tltiit Hockcr, nnd Uout A nlco little rnrm of no ncres on stood to fnuir making n legal test to mnkr. spare litis nnd was sent there by th AntI Saloon whether had Mitn0 lurtlier trouble In Sole nnd nirnl route. In fine com- - Lnckbonc out of It or keep It ns a Umisw of .McLlndon of .Manchester fill In the courts of lust what franchise r.lko Ile this state nnd in n few C'raiKK lestiiurnnt In Hackaiillo nboiit r0 acres nt daya he had bought whisky and beer llnptlst church or other rlghta the Kast Tennespeo niiinlt). fine wnter enn door bought it curiosity, his itiot bo ilrht o'clock, and I locker gotand wait-i- ed the pulpit nt the Tolepl one Company Iiiih in the city good tobacco land iroiu several pnrtles two of whom Sunds single barrel weapon, j;un hoi n. said to fe"5 thnt the peo Mild right nwnv at twehy dollars WAS IT TOO SUGGESTIVE? V. it liurton bought to mules or vor. brought to Mt. Yernon nnd fin- for limit to romi" to tho restaurant pe aero. Also n JC5 acre farm wltb b ed heailly for the misdemeanor. riHarris of l'leHcliernHle lor plo aie being Imposed upontoll"-- , this fi room ilv elllm;. 2 tenant lioiues, and Suiiiml Cralis was out nt the time, but The nnd Increase of their telephone The court of appeals at I ranltfort ti.ugh, or rnther the would-btough mmed shortly, nnd ns h wan turn .UH two f'U" Inrge now barns, eloo to leversid the case ol Conley. etc, ludpt- I. I, Walker npiolntul n I'vilove that th.. right of tho matter is element blamed the prencher with knob from the outside Ins the door tln.iili nnd schools nnd In n splendid M.irdwlck, etc., from Powell county belny nt the bottom of the detectlie fur the flnrrnrit mould be siitui to me g'U'om llockor blazed nwn) Bt tne ilour llir Ji,i) eiiniinUi-loiioroute, i'rleo involving the legality of the locnl work lom-Aliir ijre- - Wray eMintns fJ.nl tie Iii.i i' . nlty, on riiril nnd In order to mete out 1. a It A T ..!.. li.irito of shut went ilour through the elK'ilt couit lor the insulng jear with n in" ii'oniii winy in. $i,.". rates cptlon election In Powell county last Jolsely swore out a warrant iiui"l. uuil oiiterid Crnlg's body Juct ".'II Jleisrs A. W Kivann igh. Alex incrensMl Increiised will he met He nnvs ti I . Call on W. It. Illtami A: Icbiinry. In which tit, urys won for him. He was service arrested but that li low the heart lie died almost in Wnlkn nnd V. C. Hmiii.Andi-rMiIs held to have been li. nil ilml fie laii-- lurce o nun win luno Coiiip mv, quick. The election Ho dared them to Like him to tniitJ. Hooker was arrested wi Mlm Carrie Wnltim f a complete metnllle One of tht most congeninl gentle-nu- .o.'d bocniuo of thc Impioper devices JMI. They furnished him a readv oVIotk nt an elnb?rate li.OCcI In Jail rc-en- t met rirouiulnd wires bond to th,. ballot. an refused ' Coionr Cvo. I llrlghl held Sunday illnr.c In honor nf Mls Moter Dolln circuit. ,io tBt no .ind tho talking li"lt stu.it Iwas M. dntiiig my Cordon used oncourt says the "dry" eiiiblm flllod It Theysign but he seemed to S. Senator until will l.o neiesxary Mve The at once body to over Crnlg's :ngtin ol Itlrhmond and Miss lines ot Ol.i lunn, Miss. May hi lacllltlei oer the ioiiipail)'s iwis an open hook with the words .er their mistake nnd no doubt will n 1.111I MUs Hinnl,. Tinder Miss nmrnli a nnd the Jury returned Holy Dlble" under It and the "wet" not 8ii any more about It, beautiful homo ot l)r t'hli Th dining for wlj; l,c greatly Improved " lerdlct In accordance with I'm fact mo.o oavo a sumptuuui nnd dri-. He says that tl.e raie of ?2 on D.inilllo iivrnue Is nearlng emblem was a whisky bottle nnd " Somv of lli witnesses thought that Wit C'oilngton. nave patrons shouting Him mcldelitnl and thnt nnd conienlent cottag,. on the oxicn-tio- tl.'i will nppiy 10 phonos, who tiini i umpletlon and Is not only u thing of ilnss with n snake In nil peeping out mo , hut beau'-iMrect lonnoction hut Is also n ninvel for con nl the bottle. The Grim Reaper tho Hhut inn tired In a sculflo mer of Water Street. will con-ti- lonle'ue In Its arrangement Tho It was proien that one negro votei MrH Samtiel llayeldeu ni hostess the lower nite ol $2 .mil II the Kim. but other who seomid to imply tor free county seriloo ee.iutitul concrete cottnee homo of hi Id te to "I had to lolo under tint bible ImiCt no Intereft but that Justice for the mombers of ir embroidery is billing to go or Mr t.ud Mrs. Jes.o O. Carpentor on (l Cod Almluht) would Iiaio struck GATHERS THREE IN where a nine iny Uinl I locker deliberately rlub the past wek SOUTHERN He belle 'eg thnt Mnm Mr.-e- t lino nlso nearlm comi.le-Ho- me dead." Thc couit says thest. de I, is SFCTION OF COUNTY. slmw t (1. M I'utterson . plet-irllred through the door to kill the ,. -ud will he rMdy for occupancy lces materially affected tho insult cntrnno isst Saturday night $ In mone) ni- tho new nrningei! ent will proic ac man who n toptnbl,, to I'M' pntrciis nnd that the to tl o near 'future. must he declared OA!'S'Sal!i0 ,,,,t,s S"take. wit nnd the election doubtlessly thinking fc was the Kt. ls pri't.ng inlte a drawing cird. tin of improved serUce will more thnn on llo one nf th.. i liesn lutl.r in iiarters was glen s cwintor ImUnce Hie additional chargei, Int. tho S Willis the Sundny onmom void Libhome of lm-bride cltlens of the Highland section, died fVitti itnlkc united the lives of MUs nl Craig hai'b.iterrliM night ti bean conteit will at her name there Friday. Just wlat Meps the City Fathers erty KENTUCKY GAME LAWS mor. or less ixiMrr records Crnlg held and a prlre Of I2.M glron to the GIVEN IN A NUT SHELL. Willi her few days' ol.i (,,.,. t was regarded as bod negro, and had one guofslng the nearot corn-c-t num will now Teel Impelled to tnke In Uic. l.'ertln ftaniv nnd .Mr Va Currey In o.... It- This matter remains to he seen, hut there tlm hol bonds of wedlock. survived by her deioted husband fmqimntly been Indicted for seWna ber of In tho Jar. leouis a strong sentiment among co'ilplo Is well nnd favorably known Are you a nlmrod Do ou know the and three children who whisky Mocker while mucli younger Vlie haznsr hold by tho circle gills ho r th,. right of In their neighborhood and haie the F'une laws ni jour state' No Well, It Mul ""e nnd ,", icmtd on a fair way to mnkn equal' was a marked success In which ibey them to make n test Its LiKt wishes of all their neighbors. Is hi I'h time, hut takn n tumble to motlar Iv an notorious record for himself, riiillred someihlng oicr $S0. by their tl.e company to arbitrarily raise Mr-- All members of thc Christian jourse'.f. (let wise nnd liaie yourself rates to tho people w lit never It fools Speak,, was n tur mun' who know him hay he wo At the exchange Saturday the meinijiT or the Highland Methodist church choir nre requested to meet a prett) penny. ttidng u Rood huilnefH ns a "blind Methodist Indies met with a ready mi Inclined piactV'ce at .Ir.n H ltllfe's on or those who do not church, and her iemalns wero lor For the benefit titer operator' and dispenser of Il inle laid to Klld.iv next aif 7 c clock I. M. Know when gnnio la In and out or sea- rest there Sunday licit liquor. nlteinoon arter .Mrs Thomas Chappoll tiled after a Golden Wedding Tho "goijli it.hIs organization" son, tho Herald herewith publishes at th0 church by Hev. J. j. Thp' examining trial or Hockcr was lingering lllneis of a. year at her Inown as tA "Anv lean Association the gama laws ot Kentucky: t 'la't' held before Count,. Judge city on Saturdny morn-Inli for high nyimpm.hnent" we hope l)er September 1 to March Mrs. J. D Yocum. 4, cioei uh nport for hoiiv She this surWved by ' daugrtcrs Is lo.in to ice them thoroughly organize Wick or rox squirrel Jun. 13 to A noolc woman wont in h., . . BY LINCOLNITES CELEBRATED inc TUeRd.1) t Issue. Attorney tiro. nnd was ro veart of ro . tbls county. Thl movement covers February 1st. hist Thurr-'aIN FAR OFF OREGON. I) rir.rcni'0, Ir when Mrs. J. D. Yocum On Thundny .1 car loids were shlp-H- d uiiiny states nnd Mime counties In Wild Uoosi wood duck teal and nth Hissed away nt her home In the from here; Lnwxon & llrown 2 Is In tho combined InKi i.tucky here receiveit nnnounct-mont- terests of and tanners and the rural er wild ducks August 15 to April 1. til cen river section, south ol McKln-nclarjfmds; and V A, Lear 1 car ln;id the Wild turkey September She was fi: years ol ns,. n,,rf to April printed In gold, Killed by Train Of hogs; and W A Gbtt a car load field for IhW 1. survi.-eby her hushnnd mj .i. , telllnr of the celebrntlon or the gold-e- carrleis. Tho to broad ol poultry to lloston. organiz,. "local good -- June 20 to Fehiuarv L grown children. insoclatlon Is Woodcock .. Mrs. Yocum wedding, ol Ml. nnd Mrs. Julius a Sirs. Reuben Nnylor died on Thurs jo id clubs" on all the various counUuall, partride or pheasant Nov- ratthr.il member of the Pleasant ni. NEQRO TRIED TO dav niter a MAYWOOO Point Illness of pneu- l.'iclen Johnson, nt Hood lllier. Ore ty roads, and this brings together ember 1? to January 1st. Hnptist church. She was burled In STEAL A RIDE HOME. monia at the home of Mrs. James I. gon, whom this popular former Lin- under one general plan all the organi l." McWnney cemetery. Friday after serHamilton The deceased was 82 years coln county pair have been living fnt zations, 'o that all may pull together to Rabbit and 1,Squirrel November Sep. vices by J. c. Nectary. February also June IG to Walter Colfey a wellknon necro of. age and for years a deoted mem a number or years. Their many lo In this pralai-nortworK. Thla woric lember 15. H. C. Berry. cal loved ones will wish them many In if th,. Maywood necilon, wan Instantly ber ot th Christian church. an) locality will do wonders to H. C. (Jared) Ilerry, one ot the Doves August 1st to February Jst. killed wmle trylnc to board a uouth Tope nnd Anderson sMpped DO mote happy yenis of wedded lllo. ward iiicoiirnglng the farmer in In Sale or wild turkeys, pheasants. tnoat substantial and prominent citi hound frclcht trhln Saturday nlKht, hogs to (treen Kmbry and Co, Cin- In which wish tho Interior Journal, creasing Us crops. The physician to thortly after the killing of Sole Cdalg cinnati for which the) recened an to which thev nre nlued subscribers. go promptly on his medical practice grouse, partridge or quail, prohibited zms c the Highlahd community, Transportation prohibited except inssed over the dark rher after a The nnnouncement Joins by Sam Mocker Colfey had been to n"ernt:ft price of 6 cents per pound the lawyer to write his briers awl wnen in possession, of tho hunter. fchort illness ot pneumonia Similar M.KKtvllle nnd hid lowed the re T. I. Yantis sold one S year old inu'e reads ;is icllowstench the people that where good F.nglish ringneck or Chinese phea-i-an- t morning, and was burled Jlondav j 1U10 mains of t'ralR and bearing the and a four year old muln to W 11. lM.il loiil nre desired to employ expert the .Mt. Moriah cemetery .Mr. BJ- -r Johnhon-Miller protected. ItclKht tiloInK in It came down the liurton for $6.4J. lo.id builders, men who trom study License fees are charge by the was it rubsUintl.il farmer. Industrious Mrs. Julius l.ucien bill, ran to catch It to Ret a ride Circuit lourt Is entering upon It Mr. nt.d requests the pleasure Johnon and experience are able to use the sleiks of the county courts. aim esteemed br everyone who .ini He made a dash for the en third week here. The trial of Quince home. aw material at hnnd, not only to im I In him. Is survived by his wile The clerk's fee or of vino Just ax It wan In front of the Tunkerslay for killing hla tlrst cou-kiprove tht. ru.ids, but also to maintain In the state whetc the nppl! and luge family ot chlldien. A good your compan) on depot, but mlsttcd hla hold In Koine Koss after an altercation James then in good condition. nan is gone and his friends and lovcant lives. Widnesdny evening way and vent under the wheels. Ills laii summer over a game of Yours lor good oatls. cards. it is iiikvittii to hhoot tlnch. thrush ed ones mourn thnt he Is with them Dpi ember s.iventh wn badly mangled when picked was called Monday W. It. W. W 1. Williams meadnv lark, nnrlln, swnliow red or no more at S:::u nVlock ua short!) afterwanlri, blood be I up Mill reprehent the delenie. cnuunon. bine bird, Cdthlrd or any other soni! Hood lller Ore. (llllcd all oer the .snow- - nloni; tho wealth Attorney ChaileH A. Hardin, ;iP Hazel Avenue Or Insectivorous bird. trark. Coroner t,eo. .' Ilrlght took nnd County Attorney Joe K. Iloblusou Hobble Davis Store Poxheftdon ot nnlmil or bird wltlilit chirge of the bolv and a Jury brought the prosecution , piohiLlted tlmo is evident ol guilt Some Misunderstanding In , verdict hccordlnc to U,e evidence Miss little Carson, of Stanford Is Hunting on incioea ground with I' C. Rankin is ,n tirantillle, (in., II. C. Russell has moled his with hfr tiunt Mrs. W J Romans. Mir tut consent or owner is unlaw ml. mill rrom Ue Lick nnd has got It ou Misi Sue Anna Lear hi return-- d OVER CASE OF JOHN SALTER, where he Is selling Kentucky mules. I) Itiinkln is in Adessa tin., 'ltli WHO HAS BEEN IN HOME. Albert fiom a hhort Islt to Iriends In LexThat lump ot lead at nit of stomach cut outStnmplys firm where ho will mules ington a bunch ol timber for .Mr. Mebdames W K. Mos ntu' John Coggln and Charley Kankin will melt awav, and nil stomach dls- - Stampl) tins nriien Smi'o mUuntlerstniidliig II. C lialley aim llttlo dnughter aie trss will vanish in live minutes when HaUne decided to change my lo at home nftir n itlt to relnllves In the recent publication In the I. will ship n lo.ul of mules this week Mrs "Dork" ltussell who has been stomach tablets nro taken. the bought ol Lee "nnkln at S14.1.00 cation, I will on Mr. an J Mrs. Iials or .1 . that John Salter of Crab Orch Mlddleshoro. uimranteed by O. L. Penny to cure Icid up with inflimmltoiy per brnd. Tnurtdiy, December 15th, 1910. tism. Is greatly Improved. Winchester are guestr of Mr. nnd i.rd was unnblo to obtain .1 ticket Kobeit nnd A. It. McKechnle of nny case of Indigestion or money hack. offer for u.Ue to the hlKhent hldder Mrs William Champ. lrs. Vhlte mother of W. T. White MNp Nell to tho Confederate Homo at IVwee .Mmitlcello are ilsltlug their brotlu-ii.arge oov so cents. ha returned to Dr Lawrence's for tho follow lug described property Uoiiitie is In Stnrord Mslting her sis-ti- r Vnlloy The facts nre that the ,I.Miie nnd Willi. McKechnle. 74 held ol cattle; 'M head of 7U veterans of both Lincoln nnd iredlcnl tutitnient Mrs W K Wniner. Mrs T CALL FOR REV. WILL HOPPER sold T C. Ilankln waiter pour.d vcarlliiK. and 41 head of UOCt P lone S.i) lie Do.uie, vlille out hunting nt Knoxllle Is 1th the (Itirmrd counlles, ns well ns or other !i muh's utPettus per head. Jl.r.O stoml ready nt any 1,109 pound cattle: 12 head of hox MNkoj Anderso'i to Judge Chennult or counties li.te The Trans) linniii Preshvteri moot. li.K week received u p.ilntul but not I)i Popico Is conducting n nlcht 325 poundu, In bunched to KIcliMinnd Is a guest nt tho homo of tiui" to eo thnt Mr Salter got to the wound In rrmii lr0 to h'hool hero for the benetit of tluwo in Dniiillle lor the purpose nf trnns-leiln- iiroi's caused by both legs below the (Jood meat hogs; 1 Mr nnd Mrs. J W. Klmore. nn accidental pitrchiirit Mrs. homo lut It del slops that h, was th Itev. Di W. C. Lindsay kmo, rend nnd write, ho Is cannot ot n sliotgim belongtni.' to fiv ye.ir old middle maru extra good; tl.iv Duniv and little dnugl are in there unco nnd lett ot Ms own accord by Mr. J Y. Hoberts mid limn Law renceburg lo Kbeneer Priv- 1 one Clarence Iloono eur old colt; pair extra good l.cvlut'toii tlsltlng Mrs Ike Dunn. iiiid aoparentlv has not detdrod to re- Miss Kllz'iiioth this is n good ltery. nnd nlm place n cull for In rending tho clippings Id har.il mar,, mules, ouo pair io Mihs M.irtha Knvunauh lb expected turn. Many iitfers of assistance to Mr. thing nnd we hope It v,.i bo a success Itev. W. II Hopper, of the luilsiU'e u Dii import Times about .Mr trom .Mrs. slnco tho hjwl nnre mules; two good milk cow home for the holldijs Irom hcIuhii Piilti r hae bwn and Krom tho way tho I'reachersvitio Stnnroid bov. for the church nt llurn-?ld- C C Loete's hospitality wilun-tar- v on Ttnnks-givliitono fresh): 700 to &0O barrols of nt ('levelnnd Tmn, MlbH llerta Join piih'icutlon, the fuel of his Pulaski coiintv 'ihero will br hailng loft lht. home not being con es undent writes the rTcarhor wo must remember that corn, old on gniund; hOil bales of I'i mi), of Htanlord has been Ultinu has been talking nhotit his neighbor, iiintter.i pert.ilnlng to Home Missions Mrs. Leete (Miss Mnrgiret k no nn LUInirs- hay: Inrmlng Implemenli of nil kinds Mlsp I ett) Mcltohurtfc hood mnybo they dldnt pay lery well thnt will be acted on besides other ton I war. n genuine wngonn; hay iiiko, mow Kentucklan mid 2 e hpn a three weeks' meeting hero loiitine biislnetis. STOCKHOLDERS' MEETING tiel.liicKv Is noted tho world oier POPULATION OF THE U. 8. Ins machine; hnrnesfj kitchen furnl not lour since nnd we dld'nt have lor her hospltnhty and generosity, or A meeting of the stockholders or lure and household furnlturn. nt FOR RENT OR SALEl unlcli Mrs. Leeto nnd her Kentucky Tho population or IN- - I'nlted suites I ho National Il.mk of Hustonvillo will nuv mlsbehauor nt all citherwere 1KKM8.-A- II bills $10 and under ihurch or en the ro.id. There mid relatives cah in hand, over $10, u C negotiable In j2,IU2,1."I This Is the totnl mini- b held ut their banking house in IS convrted ind the collections M) plice at MllledBovllle containing end ir Mr. Leeto Is notacted their unit kind, generous per cent her ol people eliuriernled through- Hi'stomlllo tho second Tuesday In iimounted to $200.00 tor the preach (UK months note bitirlng cut theStntes, Toirltoi.oa, District or Jnnuuiy, It'll hetwren 9 nnd 12 A. M., er. P. II, bails. This was the great- about JO acres, rour tor tobacco bal- - cluuitnH,. nnd hospitable now, Im llte,ret from dnte of sale apce in sumjl grain or corn: f.ood mhiii will be ns Mrs. Leete Is a good ColumUn. Alaska, Hawaii. I'orli.u iti- - for Die purpose of electing directors ett revival In th. history ot tfce JOHN 0. LYNN. teacher. co In the 12th census. Thc total does to herve tne ensuing year. looirco Darn on it. 'VVi church. N. II. On same day nndulnte Y. V, i.ot Include tho i'hllippiue Jibh Chandler, who got Ns leji Islands. S. E. OWSLEY. J. W.Hocker, Cashier Mr. (Jeorgo Huffman nnd family fc'M Lroken. by fulling out or a tobnceo will oiler for sale farm now Tho increase in tbp. country s populaliurton . 1sitcd Mr. Kelly and family In Doyle. ba.-nIs doing ns well ns could be occupied by me, constating of 270 tion during thc last ten yearn Is 1C, A sprained ankle will usually dls. STOCKHOLDERS.' MEETING. Tilfoul Alexander sold a part of his ixpected acres, with good house and KS.'i.'l. The population or continentouacco crop cm the Danville breaks able the Injured person for three or Klmer A meeting of the stockholders of buildings, I stock and tobacco bam, tal I'nlted HtniCH Is 91.U72.266. nn In- four weeks, This Is due to lack or been n and W P. Adams, who have cents at tho Klrst Nutlopal lluuk of Stanford. Inst wiel:Sloan 10 writes from Iowa his proper treatment. vieM watered by a never falling spring Cieaso of 13,'J77,C'J1 oer 1400. When Chamber-laln- s lor tho the west, have come honw it. winter. woR fenced nnd fences nre In excel Tre total population of the Cnlted will no neiu nt tueir banning onuso corn crop or SO acres averaged r.O llnlmcut is applied a curu may There Is n ger.erul loDt'eoridltlonV SOO hoi-bf this farm States with nil her possessions Is ihn second Tuesday In January 19U bushels per acre Tints no corn be atlectcU In three or tour days. This colds In this section epidemic or purpose of electing' directors for tho le Ir. blue grata nnd 1ll grow neap, about 101.100.000. This number thong! we niake more th.iu that In Hutment is one. ot the. best and ruosi Mike lor tho ensuing year 7.533,4 2U In the Philippine rcuiarkjblo preparations in use. Sold buyer Long who Is the husOIng fur rokacco or an) thing other forms In Lincoln rvunty in this section Is pushing tho H. C.Baughman, Cashier as enumerated In the census or Hqulre McKechnlo's corn by Penny's Drug Store. K),UK' will grow. sold on eciy Somii business lor nil It Is worth, by the ;Tfcli fara wlirbe ltier0 In Hrot and estimates for the buskers an very shlftv. After he look, of the amount of fur thnt h STOCKHOLDERS' MEETNIC population bt Ouam. American nossns- had R.ithervd his corn he decided to .Many persons find themselves af- Is buying. slons q Sainoa and iierrns on the t ihe haul some fodder and he tound from fected with a persistent cough after A mooting or tho atockhoWei . i i. ronanut iana obc, Lincoln County tyatloriaL Jlank of 13 lo 17 largo, earn hidden In some of au attack or Influenza. Aa this cough lUe peculiar Drrmertleo nt rii.n.iw... census. Kentucky Stanford will be held ajL' their bank-In- c the shocks. fana . Aa result i an be promptly cured J the use of Iain's Cough Remedy 'till gjflrf. A'' well Improved BOUM- - drops afrom' of the 14th place r hiive,b iknr. Cbukh ISth'to In the Kemcdr. It oufihly house the second Tuesday la. Janu Wheat is looking some better wncn Chamberlain's tested during epldtaalcs ol ln- koould not beallowea to run do until a?d list of state. ' New Jersey, Wisconsin ary. t9H,;fpr;the purpose of 'efrctliig' the snow of last weeK. r. trmt--troublesorue. Sofd by Pus iiuenM 4na, wnen . It was taken InWle Iowa director for Ui enaulBC year. "li. WGBMM. ML aad CaUfsfaUBiWcd Horn of our rarmerr are lot dtM it become - -- . W-kM W. M, HfHt, fUa M tofcted. batfterinc cor yet. t 1 vrua wiwiw. - SOLF 8HOOT8 HOCKER CRAIG, BOTH COLORED, TO DEATH WITH SHOT. OUN. lioaiiUllll double wedding I'ml- hoh'tnnlzid nt the home of J. I. gett near Hie Lick when Virgil LIVINQ8TON AND TOUQH3 CHARGE HIM WITH CARRYING Mogs havo been so high this fall WEAPONS ra8"1 tlMl, W a"tlC8 ,t BRUCE HAS AN UNUSUAL PORKER AT HIS PLACE. ,t w. wen-ton- u-it- - 1 e ti i d I e - o i gri-iitl- n lii't-illlni- n i - u n siih-nille- two-part- n-- r - 1 i.. t.eth. bi-a- ' ,.... ser-Jlce- s 1 do.-ndlflg- y s, hnnd-iuiH- ly 1 n hy 3-- n PUBLIC SALE! .Mi-o-- rhi-um- a a tr lrt e two-hor- n -- 0 n i bolFid'rurtHurt'.'sek. A Jr' cMr tlaa-iwe.aa- ;k.'Ij, ii irWV':Jy''1- ww NHs , ff. - "";" ""' '"' ;'' '''-t'- I '"HW ''' 'j J'"-- ' W"i w 'T 5ST UflP ,prr--r- f vTi.'Hj.i'f" THE STANFORD, KENTUCKY INTERIOR JOURNAL. You may rail McOreary timer' n nn argument ngnlnst bli, candidacy, but wc say, let's have Established 1872. Mnvlng decided to quit farming and a "i?ood old timer"' to restoro a good on old time victory." 1 bene-- present day go West, I will offer at public iui0 Publlihtr HELTON 8AUFLEY UKy Johnnon politicians I rofeMonil Tuesday December 20th 1910 t do It. sharp, nt my tit HI o'clock A. M VKRY TUESDAY AND FIUEAY can resldenco on Traveler's Kent, (I M. 11. Lemon, of the MayfleUI, Col J. Shelby to Tevls' farm,) one mile from POLITICAL ANNOUNCEMENTS n patriotic primnnry mntMur f. ity Ky., on Stanford nnd Knob Lick democrnllc candidates for nelcct the all of my personal property conFor Circuit Judge stnto offices next venr. In which the sisting of The Interior Journal Is authorized mnk and llle will defray the cost ot One p'ny drnlt horse- - 8 enr old to nnnounco Charlei A. Hardin as n Loldlng tho primary, so that It will eandldntc for Circuit JtidRO of the not fall on tho candidates, nnd be one sorrel horse 12 eari old works liny w hero nnd pontic to drive, 1 fine Thirteenth Judicial dtmtst, at tho a "rich man's primary" election to bo held November, 1911, Known as brood mare 8 years old, work anyDemo- Why not come out, Col. Lemon, for 1 subject to the aetwn of the year old by which tlio where, one bay filly n rtlrof nrimarv law In ilalton, one saddle mare and roll, 10 " shall defrny the cost of both bay combined Shlnhtck ha ,lfirtlc& nomlnatlnK Our pood friend hlr eandldatrs jears old, ono sound, ono pair hoi so largo t yean old nnd Tcet on t10 gnmc day This U the plan liorso sworn that the horse Is seventeen mules 7 nnd S years old and hlfh and has the nene to stick to wnCn is proinR so successful in (.ood workers. 4 steer calves, 8 hel- 1 2 It Hut well wnRcr he's mighty lone otncr stMes and rcultlnK In the will ler calves, bo good milk cows nnd 4 heifer to tresh February, 7th some In his beller, If down In lii of tt,p people helns obtained in the int ho;;s 300 pounds each, It slunK bo really believes his assertion surMt nnd least expensive wny two 2 horse heart average 100 pounds, wagons, t bugpy, 1 binder, 1 mower, r that McUreary cannot win, It nomlHo Is tho only The picture of W. II. Oregon who 1 disc harrow, 1 sinootmng narrow, l nated for (Jovernor planter, 3 turning plows, 1 fcnnt man In the state yet wo have hoard ),vu the Presidency of the Citizens tern 2 cultivators, 1 end gnte seeder, plow, temerity to Rive ut- - i,r0 lnsuranco Company last week 2 sets wngon harness, 1 set buggy har of who had the tcranco to such an hallucination un Jion.000 of tho stockholders' uess, 100 barrels of corn fit) bushclh Even the republican officeholders In con slmolenos In his clothes, shows onts, 103 bales of tlmoth) hay, 200 bushols of who it nnd many other lYankrorL wbo hae every reason In 'nmt ho resembles In countenhnco things used In farming not necessary tae world to deslre the nomination otcry inllch the photographs of that to mention, nlo some household nnd , . ..u.n kitchen furniture, one cowboy sn'ldle a weak candidate oy we uemuviau., i10Die ana nstuie ununui-itame. they have ro walllngford," of deMtlcn-tjuIcfrankly confess that ., .. .. a. t t.liltfhf 'po iniereswiiKij ..nlillliul ,1V 1....M . .Terms. On all sums under ten .lut.. "" "" hope or ueieaunB iuvri'j hand, cash hi.pis dollarspanbl0 Intwelve over that bsnk son of them Is pray lfindolph Cluster In tho niorv mother's months after note se- m.ip.wlnes. can say that dnte with 6 per cent, interest from And who Ing that Shlnnlck's nnn, Johnson cast date until paid, or G per cent off for And it is the their operations also were not cures the nomination, ash. No property to be moved un along tho snrae UnesT tame rtory over the state. til tcrn.ij of sale are compiled with good .friend heard of ft Has our ilmself ft proved inio democrat who has said that hi; President Talt....... t.t, fcmmlntllir MRS. J. A SWEARINGIN. . , i 1...1 r-vote for McCrcary If he Is goon juuB will n't lie. not no matter Charles C McChord. of Vou The greatest danger from influenza Wo have ..nn.lni.tcdT m.....- - is of Its resulting In pneumonia. This hllo formerly State uanroau whore the Inquiry was .made; ... rrnm this district, to a place on can bo obviated by using Chamber-l.vln'- s we hate heard do on the other hand Cough llemedy, as It not only sup-lotho Interstate Commerce Commission, cures Inflenra but contracts any tendens declare that they will not $10,000 a year. Justice ency of the disease towards pneuJohnson, assigning one reason which pays White, of I,ouliana, niso a monia. Sold by Pennys Drug Store. or another for their rclusal to ac- Edward appointed Chief Jus cept him. What If McCrcary has held .innnirnt. was A BARGAIN. Supreme, many years? He his made tice of the United States otllce tor 76 1 2 acres ot land in Lincoln counin r.u.ri .I.idcn Willis Vandevcnter. or ty. About 45 acres of lino tobacco good In erv position of tniEt Judge Joseph. Lamar land, and 14 acres of flno bottom which he has been placed by tho peo- Wyoming nnd llucker, of Georgia, were named ior land. Good tobacco barn 34x4818 spotless as an ple; his record Is on the feet to cae. TUIs barn Is new. Otre nnrt ns n democrat: he Is align the vacant associate positions er buildings are old. Good chance for nu faction something that highest court. ed with someone to make money, rnce j.ioo and it's See L. R. Hughes or W. L. McCarty." cannot be said ot Johnson going1 to take such n man m Tho tun best things In tho Louis COUNTY FARM FOR 8ALE to reunite the broken frag- ville Herald arc the political prognos- LINCOLN In lino shape; crop goes 100 acres ''Argus" and tications of our friend ments of the party, restore the with. Uetter come quick. J. M. Reyof the people to the state de- tho Mutt and Jeff cartoons. A great nolds Waynesburg. mocracy and win nn old time victory bunch of Heralds comes hero now big im'i hey Will about the "good old times" every day whereas before the Kentucky's democratic majori- provement in the paper hardly on, when ties were measured by the scores of could be found. TUKHDAY, l)h'CKMlli:fl 13th, 1910 The Interior Journal. thonannds. nM PUBLICSALE It's mighty cold driving now. See our fine line of lap robes, storm fronts, carriage heaters and coal. J. C. JlcClary. FOR 8ALCI A No. 1 hanging Fork farm or 382 nctes, well Improvnl nnd well watered, 6 miles from Danville, Lancaster and Stanford on Danville and turnpike, 1 mini from 2 (Lurches good school, store nnrt shop, rurnl rout0 runs by door. Dwelling of C rooms and two commodious porches comparatively new, 1 Inrw barn two tobacco turns other necessary outbuildings, all In good Ian-easier biacK-Mnlt- Presents Presents Most people are happiest when they are giving and this is the Season for h - Kor (leo. lurthrr Information npplv r. rtrlRlit, Agnt, Stanford, Ky to Presents. We offer you a Large, from. Use- ful and BEAUTIFUL STOCK to select GET YOUR GUN Sox in beautiful colors, 50c and $1, Silk Suspenders $1 to $2.50, Phoenix mufWHILE YOU Silk Handkerchiefs, 50c, Silk CAN At Thin IWicultuily Ltw Priest Regardless of Cost They Go For Cash to Close Out THE FOLLOWINO AND BEST IS YOUR LAST .. fiM:i OPPORTUNITY: $ 3.75 "-" rt Single Gun $ 5.25. .. 6.50 Single Gun Double Gun 13.50.. Double Gun 16.00 Double Gun 20.00 Double Gun 16.00 Double Gun 30 00 ... . Double Gun 13.50 Double Gun 12.50 Double Gun 13 50 Double Gun 18.50 Double Gun 15.00 Doubel Gun 18.50 GEORGE flers, 50c and $1, Cuff Buttons 25c to $1.50, Scarf Pins, 50c to $3.50, Ladies 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, Work Gloves, 25c to 1.50, nice hat, $1 4.75 11.00 12.00 16.50 12.00 24 50 10.75 9.75 11.00 14.75 11.75 to 3.50, Stetson hats $3.50 4, and $5. Look at our beautiful windows and you are sure to bny. H. J. McRoberts. FREE a 50c Jar.of 1525 1 H. FARRIS. 8tnord, Ky. Palmolive Cream We rinve a reff- ular size jar of Ihr famous Palmolive Make your home as modem for your family as a ice, MR. FARMER: residence, and place yourself in a position to get the latent market quotations telephone service at any time. This can be accomplished by means of ouremail compared with which you ami your neighbors can get for a sum that is to the benefits received. Call or address our nearest office or write direct Nashville, Tenu., for information regarding our special leadnuartere, we Line" rate. If you are not at preteut enjoying telephone service, can immediately interest you. Our lines cover the States of Kentucky, Tennessee, Mississippi, Louisiana ami the Southern portion of Indiana and EAST TENNESSEE TEL. & TEL. CO. Hiinoig (IOORPOKATKD) MURAL TELEPHONES. 'Every Month' PPfHHH -- Crenmforyou. It won t cost you a Bring this coupon lo our store and do as the ad directs. We will then give you absolutely free a full size jar of Palroolivo Cream which wc ordinarily sell for writes Lola P. Roberts, o! Vienna, Mo., "I used to be sick most of thcstime and suffered with bacMpche and headache. iaA'Alflflicr, who had been greatly helped by the use of Cardui, got me two bottles, and I iiave been well ever since." aBIHIIIIB' ! STATE BANK H CAPITAL STOCK 8c TRUST CO., Take CARDUI THE GREATEST OF ALL GIFTS. at Christinas, or an other I iue, U rn.s 11 inmireil in Rood health, hip. nn nl nam! ir plumviiK in J our liousf I' ou wou'tl mi !" nt onr fnmih nlth a threefold blervin;. rele biate Xn.as Ly arrnnKinR with W K Warner . r.d to fur a complete fvs from tel tent of rrodtrn lar to root 50c caih. cent. Cut the coupon t You'll find this cream the most delightful thing of its kind ever from the Nov. is sues ot UooU mode. It's en House Itcepina. PncificMonthly.Red Book, Woman's Homo Companion, tirely new and has LnuW World". Uncle Remus' Dec. issues of People's! fomo all I It c Journal, Delineator, Designer, New quality of IJen. Blue Book. Green Boole. Nov. rolmolivo-19th Collier's Weekly. Nov. 5th ooap, the Saturday Evcninil Pot, Nov. Cth queen of oil toilet soaps. Look in tho magazines for tho Illustrated Sunday Magazine and coupon. Bring it to this store. Associated Sunday Magazine. Motf-nzine. , PENNY'S DFIUG STORE. W. K. WARNER, Phone 1B8. Stanford, Ky OOOOOO O O O O O Ov Krt?fti-O Vr STANFORD, KY. The Woman's Tonic $50,000 H Officer: President Vice Presidents Cashier . . . P g . . B Assistant Cashier lnalvldual Book-keepe- W. L. McCarty. G. L. Penny, J. S. Rice, X D. Eads J. W. Hutcheson Foster .. i v . . C Hays ....... .'7 . , , , r S. A. Phillips WE CORDIALLY SOLICIT YOUR BUSINESS. Cardui is a centle tonic for young and ?ld women. It relieves and prevents pain. It builds strength. It feeds the nerves. It helps the whole system. Made from harmless roots and herbs, It das no bad docs not interfere with the use of any otiicr and can do you nothing lut good. Try Cardui. Itwillhcio r dealer sells it you. after-effec- ts, mc-I.l- r.c f J, L,Beaz!ey&Co., & 0 o o o o o 000Wtf$ FOR S t .. Uu'lertaKfri and Emlslai Alw Dealem in Fur aitiiru, Mattingn,Kugs. They will exchange Furniture fur Givf ail Kindt oi Stock. Them a Call. Price Right. V o o o o o o o XMIS 600DS GO TO W. H. M 4 - r - a-- FIRST NATIONAL BANK, STANFORD, KENTUCKY POSTED fTANFOUD. - KENTUCKY r ot Dealer In and ORGANIZED IN J882. CAPITAL STOCK, $50,000. Marble and Granite (The hunting Reason Is upon us and SURPLUS EAKJNfcJJ, J.UW. nearly everyone wants to post his HAS PAID IN DIVIDENDS, $216,500 place. The charge Is L'5 cents cash Murker, and I'MH.lkmtlwt ami Mo Va.maml ttettv.. Offlc awl ork, Safety Hltb name.) Klnnny ,Kt. Combine! Abiolutc Safety with Satisfactory Service. Modern K. B. Uenham A. Rico. T. Deporit Boxe for Uie of our Ctutomeri. We Solicit Your Account. M. J. Hoffman W. Hughes. J. M. K ltwrence J. II. Acton wrjr DIRECTOR. OFFICER. J. S. Harris J W. Baughman. rnossf ?5VTMJI?iiBmBt Baughman. J. H. F Reid. I)uId Stevem Kred Baumann. VraterK' J. S. Hocker, President. M D. Elmore. J. M. Pettus, ii. II Baughman, J. II. Baughman Jacobs, I Harry JUnuUcturf o Wfflfa - HIGGINS, g Stanford. Kentucky. g S 00000000000 ooo Fall Wintir ShHIrcs CONCRETING Wt are In petition to do nil klndi ot concreting, tuoh a Illock Work, rTeiuut and. la (act. wo citn make any thing from a taouM dowu la a irnM iwit. W can erre Too prumptlT and guarantM ntl-olawork and uiaUrlal. Call and get our pricta blor you tiuj your material at laatt. it - ' S. T.IHarris. H. C. Baoghman, J.K Curamioi. H. C. naughinan. Cashier. no. C. Robiown. S. T. Harris. W. W. Saunders, Ind. Bookkeeper B. C. Walton, J. S. Hocker. J. It. Harris, Bookkeeper W. II Muriffiy i, f Ok CAPITAL SURPLUS tincoltt County national Bank Of Stanford, WNMCKy. , RFsnirRrFS $ 50,000.00 $ 50,000.00 .$340,000.00 Ifcffl'vwEiiigj,,, B(MeeSBFter' DIREOTOHSI W BRIGHT. CASHIER. A88T- - CA8H J W tie. r .Carur Stwford; a KtaMoru: .Nd!tfr Ullborta.Croek., naoe O B nntl Stanford; 8U.1CH: . iMkam . - ., hT. .CoJUaklu l ..."6Mtr; L 'Ml H'. H. Bhanks Stanford; I'reek; W. II. Trorwr fil.b-TIt. L, HubW Lancaster: Cii-fc- Nevln Carter O'Banron & CampbtJI Will Cordler Frank Cordler M. B. Lytle. Christ Jacob. Dr. J. a. Carpenter. James Smith, Mrs. llattle White. W. R. Daugherty II. C. AndersoA John M. Uooch I). M. Anderson A. T Traylor, J. II. Thompson A. Potter J. O P. NewJnnd. J. II Buttle. ft. Curtis. Harris & Woods. Mm Mnttle II. Hewes. (Jus Golszl John M. Carter. Kred VonOruenigan.J. J. Klllott. Jocob Gander, A. Klelbasa. Misses Pallle and Bettla Carter. P. W. Carter. J. II. Carter. U S. Oarner. f. B, Hatfield Jas M. Carter, 8r. Mrs. It. L. Williams 11. C. Bauihman, A.' J. Johnson. J: W. Pek. P. W. Carter. , C. M. Allen,- Mrs. R. H.- Carpesisr. T, L. BuksMB. ', oiu.- -, FreicheMVMIe; ..- . My new tall nnd winter samples are now ready for your inspection. The comprise tho bet on the niarkcL 1 aVkKaU III wp can suit any one as to price who has his clothes made to order. A suit made to your measure is preforable To hava to ready made clothes them mado to measure doesn't cost any more than ready ouule when 4 EVENTS. UNFOR8EEN . Co quality and fit U other-visnro liable to sadden an awny to and Im happy holiday flro may seep your savlngH of years. Uonsolitlon " FtmmI Tailor.l U. C. though it your property is insured of the fcoundos through, us, In one FRUIT AND SHADE TREES insurance companies extant. Good Xmas if Everything for Orchard Lawn i,lu ,n you would slep soundly iosur L., ..a . thla dar about and Oartfan. htice oa real or persoaal property. V.'rite tor Free CaUlefue. No. AcesU W. S. FISH 9M H. r. HILLNiVWI A SONi. TANffRH. KV. wjyy PHILLIPS BROS., Stanford, Ky. CUT e Ksiy ""' FUWEM FOM SALE! all klndi. I can turnUh tba pabllo with lb beat a wallaathafrfalMMtorcot Bowera, plant ot twlba. poltvd ttowerf, oa akart mUm. Alao mak a apaAtally ot tor Jw runaral porpoaa. Is eoaoMUoa wiu lb abort, I hara all kiadslof TaUbl oa aaa4 at raMosakU wrk IHN CMIIMTalA) OHIKM aKTMJf; .- - - , i' npiw yjnrw TUK8UAV PW PAUB utti, mo THE STANFORD, KENTUCKY INTERIOR JOURNAL. Mnhonnny IH - Christmas Handkerchiefs - flrt-cln- dressing tnblo for mic; condition. Mrs. W C 83-- Col. I, M. Dunn, who has raised tobacco for 25 years and knowg It, auc Btinnka. In The I'r'Hbytrrifin Indies cleared tliHr bmnnr Snturdny, tions nt the People's Warehouse In Danville. Head Its ad on the fourth K'O page. How To Gel Your Mon- 3 i Tliere is nothing that covers the gift ques-- J - A.ns',nfi t A TUmi till. UClllcuiu it UUil lib UU IU.. llicy . ed by people of any age, and fill a spot that Lost, strayed or utolon n medium i wwto nomtcr dog with m,io v usual J empty in everyone s wardrobe. llnrRo and roiuo hidhII brown spots Handkerchiefs as gifts are in good taste and XZJ ond nnswrs to tho nnmo of "Dock" a are usually appreciated. We have put forth !J- mmi rwam (or w reium m ur Williams. . ,. with Phis on flvlrn ftffnrf t .mc 11mA fn Ivivo ar&rr nti.'ilirv. ttuiiiks ofiico ncknowlrdeen Statu .. . w .w . . W. V. VII. . tho prccntntlon by the Co, of nn exceedingly and such a variety and quantity as will mee llnnk ft Trust liandsonio calendar for 1011. It li lour foot Ioiir by two and ono hail a your approval. We show everything new ptnmlliiK Ruardthu tophiscontainsand her widt and at mnto ovor la of from 3c to $2. They are the Pulliam "Bird cuba. The workmanship It beorgtine texture nnd at n glance h ilnht reoemulnncp to an oil pniritBrcod," New York. Ing. ,it-rliWIUIM-H-lllCia. i -- " Ir.dlos of the Crab Orrhnrrt church will hold nn ex ni-fmrnnr over Kdmlstrm's ,. TIiimp who Intend contrllmtliiK will ple.mo bring In tliolr donations George D Master Commissioner Plorenco sold several valuable nieces nt propery at public sale .Mondav, lull particulars ol which will be riv en In Friday's paper. ey's Worth: 0Qa000000 XWlri:rf f A tarn o$& 0 0 0 vHj&0 SMftte. i M " LXNfivL.:. .. - Clan Vath . fc. V . W . w W -- .... A TvZ U iriuaj Dr for tho lettem to old Snntn from the littles ones in tho s Iksuo or tht, I. J. William She Hon who In per-Iwp- lHih to v, 1 1. Hfc. iTi r . the oldest Ilanllst nrrnelicr In this section of the state, sustained n fovcK' stroke or apoplexy Sunday ns m- - whs eating nis dinner Kor several hours It appeared thnt the end would tome any mln.ite H,. showed surprising recuperative jnower for n mn or his iigehe is 8(i nnd has rallied to such an extent thnt his rrlcnds and loved ones have hopes he wll! pull through this severe attack. II you are suffering rrom bilious ness, constipation, Indigestion, chron Ic heidaclie, Invest ono cent Into f postal rard, send to Chamberlain'! i and his money soon part," says Judge Wise, "but a wise man buys his Xmas presents from the following list of useful articles at CumiTllRS & wearen's 4tA fool PHOENIX MUFFLERS ,50c to $1 NECKTIES. . . 25, 50 and 51.50 HATS . .. ALL PRICES UMBRELLAS 50e to $10 SUIT CASES $1 to $1 BOYS SUITS $1 to $20CUSPENDERS 25 to $2 CLOVES 10c to $5 SILK HOSE 50e to 2 CVER COATS $2 to $25 SHIRTS 25c to $50 SWEATERS 50c to $3 COLLAR BOXES $1 to $2.50- MENS' BELTS 25c to $2 HANDKERCHIEFS, Large assortment.. Ladles shoes In Velvet, Suede cr Patent, Cuff Links, Scarf Pins, cr - - ; I Mulicinp Company, Des Moines, Iowa, with jour name nnd address plainly on the back, and they will forward .5c you a rree sample or Chamberlain's 10 doz ladles white laee edge Momnch tfnd Liver Utilt-ts- . Sold by 5s 1'enny's Drug Store i(J doi Ladle' white cros bar Make your wire happy Xmas with our clnthcH will bo satisfactorily 10s or our rice turnitur,. ets. J K 10 dox Ladle' all linen Initial cleaned nnd pressed If lelt nt Wilkin- one son' barber shop. It. Walter Mllbum iie.uicy .t 1.0. 15e each 6 for 7Ss 10 dox LaMe' all linen Initial with er.brcldery Proprietor. You want good Christmas candy. 15c nuts nnd fruits nt low prices. See our b tint Ladle' all linen hand embroidered Ynu kI:I want to send out state- - big stock before jo't buy. Ilohon year l.et the Campbell. 25 doz Plain H. S madeira embroidered corner Cluny laee edep. Pure 'meiits tho first of the wo uI. J., print your mil nrnus 50 and 25, good woik nt lowest prlrcs. .Mr It. (' llrlght. ri'PJesentlnc the linen Diitivlll,. Tohaico Wan house Cum Mr and Mrs W M Mnybrler, and pany, wns here Mondav looking 101 We thow a hundred dllferert pattern at thl price. .1 Mnybrler have KiIj.icco to sell Head the big nd o' W IiIh father 5e bought the farm of Mrs. Davis, sown the warrhotiM' firm on th fouilh pagt 10 doz Men' fancy border H. S this Hide nf Wnytiesbunr nnd .105 miles tnken possession They sot 7" Mr. Merchant 10 clsx Men' plain H. 8 hove remember thn acres for which th'v paid 11,750. The the Interior Journal Is nad by Ui.uO' .15e S. toft fli.lth. countv people twice a week If you havo any 10 dot Men' plain llnan H. I'C'weoinrrs ure from Harrison hnve received a cordial welcome thing tosay to them about Chrlstraai .15c und Lincoln. plain linen Initial extra good goods, you can do so In no surer 01 to 25 doz Men' morp certain way. The Interior Jour ....25c 15 doz Men' plain linen H. S. fine cambric Mlonn Is the best prescription tho nal covers Lincoln like n and hundreds of w" world has ever known for disturbed comb Issue sends Gnrrard, lloyle, papen JKoci Into 10 doz Men' real fine linen cambric nnd upset stomachs, gas, belching. every 5 and 7c healness, heart bum, acid stomach castle, Casey, and Pulaski eountjes handkerchief packing Chmtmas Special eoxe and biliousness at Penny's I)ru? Stort-R- A word tu the wise Is sufficient. murents. They are Runranteed, line of towel, linen, cearf. auto earf, neckwear, Alio lee our This Is the season of deefcy nnd For Sale 10 shares ot Hustonvllle weakened vitality, pood health Is hare" hoe, etc ffler, silk If you'd retain yours, fort! National Bank stock. Apply at this to retain. fy your system wltr Holllstcr's Hocky office. Mountain Tea, the surest wav. 35 ients Ten or Tablets. Shugars and Just the tltlUR tor Christmas Rllts. Tanner. - KENTUCKY. STANFORD, I"hr.t china at George H. Karris'. Monday. December 2C, and Monday You're wondortn? wtiat to give for January, 2d, the postoftlec here will Jack Goode has moved to Junction ChrlstPias. Come to Mueller's. We've cbserVf, Sunday hours on account ot Bpoclal fountain pens lor school use I. J. sent. t nrisimns ana .New Year s uays comgot just what you want. 75 cents, 1 and $J.W at Penny's DruK I'lty where he orders bis ing on Sundays. Kev. H. M. Moffelt, of I cesburp, Va Btore. Thcrcs nothing nicer for a Christ will arrive this week to b" the puest The City Council haa authorized nas present than n picture. Seo our of Mr It K. (lalnes and family reasonaniy we sen mem. tl.e Chief of Ponce to appoint six l , line and how & PERSONALS. f Mrs Joseph llarklns, of Prestonr-LurR- J. I,. Keatley dcpv.les during jlutsin.as to prevent Co. ot flrtkworks of nil kinds tne Is hero for a pleasant visit to Alcorn. Is home from Mr. It. Miss Sotle II. Florence and Mrs. I Ituy vour Christmas ribbons from Notne Is hererjygjivi, that tho law CbrlHnins holidays. Ifcinvllle for Uefore her nuirriaRe she Miss Klla Mny Saunders. II. I), filtHuRhes You got will be strictly enforced 82-er. Chief ot Police. Miss I dim llerrod. 01 Louisville l. w.ia tho beautiful Miss Keen linker, them at cost. W. S. Warren. very popti or Mt ernon nnd was with Mr. and Mrs W. II I.urton, of Lancaster passed lar heio. Headquarters for Santa Claus In Christmas buyers are nil looking fo. throuph , Sunday en u.-- .t. Th,. Womans Improvement Club Stanford, hlnu candle, ftulU. nuta bat rains which will b0 announced b,, lrnln, where ho will Ret uuj , ihe will meet with Mrs J W Ireland on and ChrUtmas toys of all description tho merchants In tho I. J's Chr'stmns Weduesda), December Hth, at 2 30 at prices thnt will make jou open issue next Friday, tho ltith. Get mule market this winter. o'clork busy. yourejes. J. D. Horton. Mlf Klzn Thompson, ot .ML Is tl.e atlrnetUe Ruest of her tol. (Seo P Weatherford came to Onlj 16 shopping days to Christmas sinter, Mm. 1.. It. Hughes. Snturdny nlRht nnd sta.ved untl' Wanted.- Kveryono to como and While here ho packed hit, You'll have to hurry to get that nice pay me, the doctor. Mrs. J W Williams has been quite Mondav Cannot llvt on H. Mueller's. uoods and shipped them to prusent at W. III for soveral days. water, frohli air sunshine and suow-eiiHs homo In Hustonvllle. Col. Weath-trfun- l has bcs Mis. V M (JoodnlRht rlothe niysell with climate Fig l much Improved In health Kverv hnt, trimmed and untrlmmcd. In with Rrlp for seveml dns la M I) Stan-lor' tlneo lio lelt Danville several weeks colm: .it cont. We have to do this to leaves are out or style. Miss room or spring soods looks better than ho has Mr. llfMiry Traylnr Uas been III nito aand he .Nobody over cornea to make Ma Saunders rilla In voir. with Rrlp for revurat das. Dtnvlile thnt tlnds a warmer vel Mr. S. J Umbry, Sr , who bas been tome tlmn th0 Rrnlal Llrroln countv Art pictures make nlco Christmas PICTURES. unite ill for Himo time is so far Colonl Danville Messenger. presents. See them at tho Sacray that he Is able to sit up. hln I wish to Inform my old cuMoiners Maty Ilurdette en- Studio, Stanford. MIsseH Sallle nnd inn n y lilends wilt he Rind to know. that I bavo opened up a now gallery at I) M. Wnlkei. .ind wlfo unit tertain d a number of their friends Itc J. or Kent On nccount of Uie Itowland nnd am ready to make good pike lilllo diuiRhler are lu Slina, Ala., at their home onbyHustonvllle party nice and cheap pictures. I will tent my store with a Riving n nlRht Inst vlslUni; Mr Walkers mother on his nnu of four rooms Kltcnen FRANK CORDIER Misses Verna nrescnt wire annual vacation. cisI.lccle lloltrlnw, Kninia Hays, nail nnd Iront porch nnd n flno fine I)r IS. tl IVrrv in a lew lti.lt. h Rood barn WARNING! Mary tern nt tne door. A I llTflh-tday for Joplin, .Mo, to look at aonin MeKlnney. lllRRlns, ..itdeti and all necessary outbuildings I.une Miss Sue Heth lend mlnliiR prnpertl"s In which he a bargain at llnrtwell, Kv All unpaid acmuiits or t.ip Husttn and Messrs Willae,. Singleton, Cnrl will rent ut Is lnterunted '"arter, George New land, Joseph Hill, Casey county A fine place tor vllle Holler A. ill Co . not paid by the t J esteemed Mr Phillips. Harris tind Thomaf J. J. Painter, the Call on or wrlt. to J. W 1st ot Januarv will be put into the HrodlusiJ correspondent. Is piundiur Kldd's Store. & Son Kdwnrd HanKln, lleverly tho t4lvrapli ke at Itowland ror a limit Msrshnll Stone. Jnmes Coopr nands of nn attoiuey for tollectlon SJ-low nights r llovlnR tleorse Dellorde Kveryono etijoytd themselves very Wanted to rent a house of 4 or fi This mentis even both. who Is on a vacation. much nnd niter panics of vnrlous rooms In Stanford or vicinity. Apply Messrs. ItoLer' I 111c, and Italph kinds b.ide their charming hosteo to A C Connett, Logan avenue. TO OUR LNCOLN FRIENDS. llrummett, spent Hund:i with Mr. .ool night Ji'o Ilrumiiii'tt, at Hubble. a special InvlUitlon to .011 hav Handsomely engraved announceFlow's This? Misses Lillian Mallard ments hnve been received hero as W. oflw On llumlml lloiura llrwinl lor nv Inspect ourotChristmas holiday line. eU Misses (Satewood 1. Wilder at Cut Glass, Arts nnd ur ot ruirrti Hut cannol Ut cuiM br lUili consisting follows: Danville Saturday. UUnk ware, Ivory Art work, Lowney's F J CIIF..N UV A CO, Toledo, O Crafts Dr nnd Mrs. O. P. Nuckols Miss Koita llurko visited Miss cnndles, toys In fact, anything you f. J, marriage their daughter torWr. ih uBdrnKnnl. t.v. known iirrhrtljr ID lut IJ ynra, ud twliet him llrummett. here Thursday nlRht VIII give In LalUt Itookh mny want tor n present for old or In til btuloro irwiuriloiu nu.nruilj young Miss llerta Jean Penny spent SatWe can save you money, &W ty to rftrrr out aor obiiratlooa oudV il, Uu firm. to WALOIMO. KtNNAS it urday In Lancaster with friends. Reynolds A Evans, Mr. C. Hays Foster WlKXruto Druuwu. ToMa O Mm. Hue Veagcr lenes this week Junction City. Ky. HaII'i rmtirrh Cun u Ukrn Intrrnilir. artlug Louisville to make u visit to Mis on Wednesday evening January 4th dtrfvtlr upon ijm blond and mucous iuriAfr ot tti Inr Oue thousand ntne hundred and eleven tyrtrro TMtlmonula mi (rrc. ! nrou prt Ilcssle Johnson bollix nll by all DruRlita. at seven o'clock Mra. It. J. MrKoberts nnd dauphter Take Hall ramUrTuia lor con it oat loo. at the Seelbach Miss Atinlu Davis Mcltoberts, went to Ky Lonenster Saturday to spend a few Th,, honor Louisville, presence la re. Call and Inspect our Xmas toys at of your daya with Mrs It, K. .Mcltoborts. once so you can get what you want quested. Mls Mario Mahony came bad. reioie everyttung Is picked over from Louisville Saturday, wbero she home Cofley and Coleman. has been for several weeks taking after January sixteenth missionary training course. Tho St. Asaph Itev A. ,1. Coker ol King'H .Moi.n-tnlllcv. J. I!, Jones spent several days Stanford, Ky. tirenched at the May wood ll.ip at Dnntlle. whore h( atIth friends list church Saturday and Sunda). The tended school durlnR his college days. SHORT LOCAL NEWS twin of JC" as subserlbeti ror tno Mrs. J. 1 Heatley has been very work next year nnd and her mauy low for several da See Santa (.'Inns In the window ot tongregntlon hope tothis consecrated make it 9U't friends and loved ones aro alarmed Coffer cfc Coleman, nlo the .Xmaa before the new- jear. over her condition. tree. Miss Klla Uarnetto left Sunday to until nine o'clock until further notice. visit friends nnd relatives In Dallas 'Ihe nicest lino of china waro In Cummins & Wearen. BETSY'S POINTERS: Texas. "My Idea ot n shoit time Is from Mr. and Mrs. H JI Olvena and four town at George H. Fnrrls". Fresh supply of tn.it Rood Hex coal one rent time to next, I'm sure many ono have removed from lllloxl, little W. S. & K. 11. or tuy friends will agree with me, Is salesman For Sale. 169 - tveres of land, 16 cents delivered Ala., where ,r sometimes I think this talk about lor the Southern Hardware, nnd Sup- ne five room cottage, three porchen Ucnham. prosperity Is all boeb, but 1 get back ply Company. pantiy, hall etc., largo barn 10 stalls, Jo Murphy haj leased tho Hoot Into a good humor when 1 buy gro Miss Itucliel Allison Is back frrom a three week'n vlU to Lexlnston shtd and good loft. lUigg)' house, fcrm on the llustoiilllu plku and ceries, for I buy of Coffey and Cole- everyone will be Lsd to know that mun. hen bouse etc. The place Is well and other point'' The ladles of tn lUptlst church watered, buildings all new and fenc-tn- g he and his popular wile will moke Give u your order for Xmas can and their home here In tf.e. future. Mr. dles, ruJt nuta and be onsured of will hold their annua) bazaar good. Tain s a good farm and Murphy says In tho rear of the exchange that Texaa price only M stau, hut give, him old la u great getting ttw very test. Illack will Kentucky Then,, MH Prompt delivery. on Thursday December, "'i. eti-rr acrtv Awrfj ( I R. HubM. lime ' cake a sjcclaH. COFFEY COLKMAN, t 10 dox 10 dot children' fancy border hem Hitched 3 for 10 Ladles' plain white hemttltcrtea ....... ,,tHt. .5s ....... Hev A. J Coker, of Kind's Moun tain 1Mb accepted a call to the Urovc ilaptlst church once a month. Hev. Colter Is dolnp a splendid work for th,. Master nt his different stations In (lint xectlnn of the county. V M - 'l .1 N ; jus flno-toothc-c fr 0 tets. M Mufflers in New Designs.... 25c to $3 SEVERANCE & SON, - $ 000000000000H rnia STORE 18 THE HOME OF HART SCHAFFNER 1 4 MARX CLOTWE' I I iBllVB WELL FITTING CLOTHES There's no patent on the ht Bi idea-- of ue 4 ht-r- .. toi Imut-ehol- - d bimt-mt.- 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 that , it's always worth noting. We're here to sell clothes, and we do. We ones, but that doesn't mean they are dear. We buy carefullyfrom makers we can depend upon, pay for and get good cloth, good lining, goodwork-mans- hip and good fit. And we sell at a moderate profit. sell-good Ti.e t 4 VU W. E. PERKINS, m. mm CRAB ORCHARD. KENTUCKY dusi-Les- s M 1 Had-pet- Cnian, I LR Hughes T. W. Humble W. O. Marti fl tlt 'Iuh-tav- a SUGGESTIONS FOR THAT XMAS GIFT. Fancy Jabots Black Silk Hose Colored Silk Hose hn-ora- MARTI-T- Umbrellas Collar and Cuff Boxe5 I it Suit Cases New Velvet Hoard Bags Belts Silk and Wool Scarfs Combs and Barrettes Toys Galore - Collars UP-TO-DA- TE "'ns 1- ANDJANYTH INQ YOU WANT IN DRY QOODS, SHOES, NOTIONS,. ETC. HUGHES, MARTIN & CO., Dry Goods, Notions, Shots post-offic- MUtti kraii "'hi iivi , y. U jiiS!-4itel STANFORD. .KENTUCKY v..'04J iCt - t.l... " iL.3m&&: . AXfc-- a tvir ' Y We Have these From $5 to $25 Farm THE STANFORD. KENTUCKY INTERIOR JOURNAL. THE FARMERS For Sale. N'lce. homo, TUliSPAV. PINE UKUKMIIKK 13th. 101" FOR 8ALE Preactarsville. BUSINESS V AmeF' JStm 7Hk '.bsssV? ,L 4 . J. - -- f' 7 i . X. IJBLK TV U li tl 7.T. Jim 'sBSSsn? t if' j v?5"- with 10 ncres of land, at tlnyden Station Mr ( II 1'loyd who was tho popuon 1j. ft .N. vm. roncr, i.nnca3icr, lar merchant nt K.ibnnks, bought of . Ky. Sam feffman n dwclllnR nnd storo V II. Land sold to II. I) Uoltrrlaw at "(Jenevn" for about $1,000 Mr. S W. Dals of Kmmllle. Is M hogs Inst week ft half lsltmg Mr and Mrs. Albert New land r.t 7 rent. 1 will grade lolmcco at i per nun on Cedar Creok, Ml. and Mrs. 9am HnlUclaw were tired, rurnlrti hands, good tytrs nnd trippers and will make your crop guests of Airs. Hebecra l'cttus Mr. lulu twists or rlgnrs lit 20 tents per and Mrs. .1. M. Cress were visiting Let me hnvc your crops W Mr and Mrs. J. J. Smith nt Ilrodhcad Mr. iind Mrs William Henderson, ot ;. Dunn. (.Tab orticnn.u. ivy There came to mv ptneo on won Ililnt I.lck. were lslUng Mr and hog about Mrs John William. Wllllnm I'ettus rlvir near Jumbo one male with sandy spots of J 8 f months old, blackcame to place 40 ot Somerset O.was n guest family ot I'etttis K. 8mlth nnd he weight can fiet am for pay-- i near Walnut Flat were UlUng Mr. tiounds. Owner hi. toppn and other Charges. nnd Mr. .1. M. Cress. Mrs. W I Hop has been "in my possession since W'alte Is spending some time at tho A,le" Or HpllUr Sanatorium at Cmh OrchSoptrmner last. Strav hog nt my place. this notice ard Mfs Timothy Naylor has been gulte III hut Is some better now :ct same, ev paying lor . Hev I'earce Ilryant, pastor of the and keep, Jaa. Vv- .- mVi md nrr- - Inrm Write tluptlst church prc.tchcd Saturday nnd King's Mountain, Ky Sunday, Thompson Hros.. Frank lllgshy sold some rn-i n.t .deer, wcigfclng about cuttle to 4 cents, lloone .' ..n..wu niih horns. Howard for I'hll n. Thompson soldat 16 fat Uni to J.uncs Yowoll, Hustonvllle, to Cress nnd Jones nt 7 return cents. . Mr. Frank Klgsby our former Sun i;aliiK sold the St Aaph hotel we day school superintendent, has gono have lor sale cheap five nice Jersey to Titscon, Arizona to spend tho wintwo. cow. pood milkers; lo three helf. ter, Frank la a fine fellow nrt3 will and t yearling Jeyey vcir-olbe welcomed anywhere he may so. all hU blooded and line dock. Stanford. Kan I nnd Hardin bug-cCINCINNATI MARKETS Ynti'd. -- Second hand pony rlK Dec. Cincinnati 13th -- Cuttle nnd harness; second Hand violins, receipts 1,?S2 nulet; fair to gr,od ol 1 rainrs, relics of nl kind. W. shippers I4.tiiifin.bi; common Dunn, Crob Orchard. Kv Megs receipts t. 3M. Kdna Mar the champion "how 3.7 i mare, owned ly Mrs. Itichnrd Tasker. butcher and shippers $7 8ii 7 lo Lowndes, will he turned out In n few comnion J",i0i'7..;tu. Shet-i- i receipt' Ca and will not asalu ho entered 73:.. steady. ?2.001r;i C," l.nmhs ah ad I yenn . O UV in 'the show ring. Shi'- eight 82-2- RETURNED Have just come back from City and have a nice variety of useful and Ornamental Christmas presents. Call and see our goods. Having mad,, up my mind to go (o Ark.iiMis, I will sell my stock f Roods at Shelby City Ky. It Is a nlco cknn flock nnd well worth the money. 1 han about a ll.soo stock now r-- nnd will sell It ut n barguln Come nnd see me GEORGE HUNN, 80-Shelby Cltr, Ky 4 Iuil r. 'W g. b. PRurr Moreland Ky. t FOR 9ALE1 decided to go to a warmer climate 1 will offer m llttl0 homo for sate, runlaliilng two neu-nnd i: loles, comfortable, liointo and nil rtcessary outbuildings, cistern nnd orchard from K to 15 years old, qunr trr mile from Duddorrr's mill on I)lx tler, tour miles cast of Stanford nnd four miles south of Lancaster Plly to PROF. J. D. DAT80N, .. Gilberts Creek, Ky As I ljae s XI-- 4 d 2 -- We Want 8'.'-3- Turkeys --- y old and hn been slio-nnd won 407 blue ribbln n U1S tlme" eup"-Ktlns- lifl - flc? shows. Pnnllle Adocat hog V. II. Land bought n llltami for which he frnni .Inmes Som- - linn cave a check for $:!7.r.O. iums aggregating oxer H.O00 nnd Pt least II.SO0 worth of handsome May ha been shipped over arloiis great 100, 0'.0 mile- - to the and prem- RHEUMATISM Bring them in at once and we will Sf'pay you the highest Market Prices. H. B. Northcott. T. K. Tudor. Mgr. PHONE 153. -- I 1 I ctinpn nv that "iRlFFnX('.L()TllES Sam RobinSOn, 'ifliF Stanford, Ky. 5i"rS?,is'V., r&Jmi&&l ?' "SS it.? a. ,'rs& rmrz:U' JSnsT rund -- m ft uMFfllaS SIl ft AMD HIGHEST MARKET PKltt I'AIU FOR RAW FURS AND HIDES Writ! lor prist- Wool on Coramlislon lilt mentioning thi i id. HIBiCS u OHSJ I WillTh&LOi Established 1837 L0UISVILLE.KY. wmmmmmsmnmummmmmmmmmm Z Rp cnrp. and fnmp to the Holi- - ft ffl! GrWfX' Utiy upciimg uii j : X n bouglit ol Walter hoc for S0. 2 bosr shoam.1 black, left enrb cropped, welidit about 40 pounda Liberal rewnnl, .N. W. Kowle Stanford. J T UejnoUls sold a lot or corn to lleorgo Carpenter at J2.40. not s'r-ttIra Moor sold some 310 pound hogs to Mat Crow at $7.20, tome to Oaddls as same. O, It. Dish-o0 pounds sold some yearlings of weight to Mr Gibson at 4 cents Walter Martin sold some heifers to 3 cents. John tress nnd .lones at IS Andeison sold some hogs to Dar at t; ner ItIi cent nnd ooug'it cents. .1. a bteer from same nt 11 Hustle sold a bunch of hogs to (lamer Cress and Jones at J7.12 Price sold a bunch of cnttlo to H. llruner at 3 also a mule to Monte Ko for Sli.. He bought 12 shoats from chelbv iiurce at 6 cents. I. J. Ilysiuger. of IllattLKy.. sold to A. T Ndnnellcy a lot of 11200 pound cattle ut 4 rents, some Jenrllng cattle at 4 cents, .ooiue 7owb from $27 to .lo Murph f.O Ixh-t- . d Oi-)i- j.e n S- -l 2 11-- I CENTURY, B. B. FL 1 FRT ED FOR 30 YEARS Achlnir lones, swollen Joins, pel mnnently etirod through the hlood To with puie Hotanlcal Ingredleu'r I'rui e it we will sum vo;i n Sample Treatment Free It wm hae bone pain, sclulua or .looting palnr up nnd down Hi, leg, aching hark or shoulder blades, swol len Joints or swo'len muscles, dltfl cully In moving nrniind so you liae to ui- - irutches: blcod thin or skin pale; skin Itches and burns: shltHuc. inlns b.td brenth, lumiisgo, gout li-- ; time inomi uattn 'fi. e. u. wnien r . thf UAiiuri of thp1 J. C. McClary, S W . ' STIRRING TIMES, no are having in tu.i bulMtiiR line. e carry a full Hue, of lime, plaster, cement nnd cvcrrthlng eUo needed Ker) thing purchased lor building. hero will bo found ot the best quality nnd the best for Intended purposes, Wo will sne you trouble and unnvr snry axpcn4 by sending to us tor an estimate I A ALLEN, Stmlord, Ky. mej eer B. sends it lLlnr ti STANFOHD, - KY- rich, tlngang Hood id warm, rlrh pure blood direct to tlibi Home 'Phone office Phono 10 bones nrd o'tits. pnralsrcd nerc Flvlng wnrmlli and strengtt jnt where It Is needed ind In this ,.U .1 smptoni, becaus, O. B. I Undcr.tnkor aty Emhamor1 3.S mntlsm wo. - Friday. ... . Dec. 16. 4 .. s i S Bring the children with you and let them see Santa Claus. - J,,,l. kvmuiM')' L. L. SANDERS, Crab Orchard. Kentucky. (i V. I.utes sold 2C hogs to II. D. Holtzolaw at 7 10, also some cattle to Crejjs nnd Jones at 3 FARM FOR SALE! The inttle market was rather quiet I will bell privately my rnrm of only here rourt day. Thrf were acres, mile and half from (bout 400 on the market, prices rang-fro- about Hustonvllle on Danville pike. lias :i to 4 cents In most cases. houf0 of seven rooms all other necessary improvements and splendid water HOG RAISERS Can give possession 'soon. Are your hogs worth 3 cents per J. C. NEAL, head? VC guaranteo Moreland. 'Ky. Bourbon Hog Cholera Remedy to keep hogs hejlthy and freo from FOR SALE PRIVATELY 0 May-ftoo- cures ot rheumatism alter nil otiwr n.odlclncs. liniments nnd doctors unie tailed to help or cure. OKtMSdlSTSj or bv ot.re.s. XI PKIl LAIItli: HOT ' TLK SKNT FKKH bv writing Blooa Balm Co., Atlanta, Ga. Describe your trouble and free medical ndxict gl- Ml Sold bv Hhucnrs and Tanner tinffitnt liulfitcv Mirn at rhnil In nil Its fnnns B. B. B. has made ihauuimW ol Fresh Oysters ,,r CTrPTTTTs 17 CWT .1.. X O NO Urher "".?, V.""" Mmrnrtee,! SYMPATHY " ""'"vs1 ' "iUrbe nrd can I FOR. THE RIDER inaile bought IN A1N V I tlnm a ,m,lt THE PEST IN T0WM ne A HT rap. l.uj Ing risk mail order ratalogue Profit by others experience and bur vour hnrners at homo. J. C. McCLARY, Stan'ord, Ky. WE PAY HIGHEST CA8H PRICE For All Kinds of Farm Produco HIDES AND FURS WANTED NOW. LAND ft HL'CHANAN ntanfonl, Ky. TTJ Vr' i.''", '!" rJl "T, .n Cirstn's . Rcsitiraft U. CARSON, WRITE I MffilfyTTffffT! ON ME FOR PRICES HIGH QRADE Icci ' disease for ft centi per hwd per cures Cholera, month. It Kills Worms, Stimulates the Appetito, Aids My farm of 105 acres near Oigestlon nnd causes hogs to fatten I HANDLE THE BEST MEAL MADE AND CAN NAME A DELIVERED Ky. Cood improvements, all very rapidly. This remedy Is used PRICE ON ANY QUANTITY, ANY PLACE. and endorsed by leading bog raisers necessary outbuildings, well watered WILLIAM A. BURNETT, throughout the country. Como In tnd good orchard. bOURBON STOCK YARDS. LOUISVILLE, KY, and let us tell you about It SAM ROBERTS. Maywood, Ky. KentucK) Agency for Owl Ilraud hiUb!Uhcd 1901 .Sold by New SUnfoi-Drug Co. tC-a COTTONSEED MEAL I. M. DUNN. PRES. H. D. 8TILES, HENRY MeWILLIAMS MG R. .1. S. VAN WINKLE, SECTREAS. J. C. DAVIS BOOK'R A ASST, SEC. Wo Cordially Invite You To Sell Your Tobacco With Us. justified in telling you your tobacco will bring as much money if sold over our floors as any market in the country, Louisville and Lexington 'net excepted. People's Tobacco Warehouse Company. INCORPORATED. Wt fill thai wt are s: For The Sale of Loose Leaf Tobacco . r.' PERYVILL-F-. ST 1 BLOCK FROM Q. & C. DEPOT. For the past ten days, we have made a better average daily per hundred than either Louisville or Lexington. We now have seven permanent buyers located in Danville, buying for the largest factories in this and foreign countries. QN FOR THE PAST TEN OAYS THERE HAS BEEN A STEADY INCREASE IN PRICES. BUYERS PRONOUNCE OUR NEW HOUSE ON WALNUT SOME GRADES OR OVER 50 PER CENT. THE BEST EVIDENCE OF THIS IS STREET THE BEST LIGHTED HOUSE IN CENTRAL KENTUCKY. ANY i itt DANVILLE, "TER. FOR 60 LOADED WAGONS AND STALLS FOR ONE HUNDRED J m. THE LARGEST AND BEST EQUIPPED HOUSE FOR LOOSE LCAF TOBACCO IN THE BURLEY HUNDRED THAN OITRICT 60UTH OF THE KENTUCKY RIVER AND THE ONLY HOUSE OF STEEL CONSTRUCION. SHEL- - THAT OUR AVERAGE HAS BEEN BEST PER HORSES. OTHER HOU6E IN DANVILLE ' I WE CHARGE NOTHING FOR REJECTIONS. TO OUR DOORS, ANO YOUR CHECK IS READY FOR YOU IN THIRTY OVER, SALES : YOUR TOBACCO IS INSURED THE MINUTE IT GETS If. MINUTES AFTER THE BALE IS WR.ITE US Frew L, Stables E8T POSSIBLE FOR and FACILITIES WE !0 Frit FOR SELLING Insurance (MjrA iikv1: ao T,HE. LOOSE Hiu.i 'ui t.i; WILL BE HELD EVERY DAY EXCEPT SATURDAY DpRINC THE SEASON, tn, LEAF. T0ACCOi AND FOR INFORMATION. Duvilte Tebtcce Wirehewe Cemptey. !NCRJRATt.) -- MM ANV ARRANOCMENT IUOSING OF YOUt TACCO. ' V. j.f-