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THE INTERIOR JOURNALl IVOLUME XXXV1L STANFORD LINCOLN COUNTY KENTUCKY ritlDAY DUCKMHKR 1C 1U10 NO 84 t MRSJLBEAZLEY GOES TO HER REWARD NOBLE WOMAN PASSES AWAY AFTER BRAVE FIGHTOF PROMINENT FAMILY Therc passed from thrth to heaven oa TueHday December 13th 1JtO the spirit ot ono of Stanfords best loved women Mrs Roberta livens IMnzley Although Bb0 was known to bo seri ously ill for days the announcement or tier death Will a shock to her bout of friends nud relatives tine became the wire of J L Bcazley on the IStb tRy of December 1901 nnd for nine yearn she wan the Ideal wlfo and later the modol mother She leaves two children n son ttatewood eight years old nnd a baby girl one month old to the tender care of husband nnd dear one tiers was a gentle spirit and her silent influence wan for all that was good and pure And trun To those who are bowed down with anguish we can point to the Father above who has given a comfort tor to tho troubled hearts of earth In early life she became n member of the Christian church nnd was one of IM most loynl and faithful mom here Air Ilcaitey was tics itauchter ol in late Sowoll livens one of the tMt known citizens ot Lincoln eouu iv In Ids day UtnldeA tier unhand nd two little one the Is SHrvived b- yrletMHie following liroUiers nno Mm W 1 Url m811 end Mn A Q T Hmlth of thin city mil kin Iornytn who live in the wart Voolfolk rtv inn of Mlddlwhoro and I ithvt Jlv l DL of Hnrrodnburf awl Cloorge O awns and llowra livens of tits e aunty llev Joseph hallow conducted see ires ovor the mwilB of this noble woman at the homo on Danville plko t Thursday after whWi fa WM laId In i at to await he rwurreellon ahem Ihf pallhMrara were Active II r Uauglimiu T flMsJey Hnbert T Kraw J II Wood Rod T A Hlce IIoBorary 8 T Dante C 11 Cato J Q Fo tT J C Uvbankn J A IhuJOomr taut W MIMgh- tBrodhead Marshal Prank rtkeoks sM4e aw ml atTest Saturday sight for minor nlflHHM Kara FVtnn and wileleft N4- s Uay for rinrimuitl wnere ba Us m4 UNl a rIttcUI We aroti IOSP this Ri ond family Jlr F Mn- Conn U a rtHcmlM lady slut tiers 1 spats art Ie w and far between M C Hawkins aflor ovoral week abteneo Is amiln handing mu luneaoa kt Mrs Clarks ro jUmr nt MUM le I O K In the sandwich ami pie lino J J Metttll ta contemplating buy IMP the lrrt farm on Negro Creek Halo to lose you Joe but our lose will no doubt bo your gain rhu lyons Lumber Co nro work log day und night trying to catch up ttlth thslr orders Bnqrnmn Hop lns of the Blunt But iibur section died of typhoid foyer and was burled Imt Saturday with Odd Fellow honors In the Christian church cemetery William Cooper who ties been sto toned here ns assistant section forn man fn the railroad the past year has Irft to take chirgo of n sectional MltccrllriburK Mr Cooper has proven hlmiolf n gentleman while In- tur mill ft Luck to you and yours Wllllan Arch Brown who hat been suffer tug a tong time with rheumatism Is reported very lo- C II Frith after n severe Minns le- na the tnxtK again John Slgmnn tubs 5or1eto CorMn and will likely make btu home there with his son irant Slmnnn Mite Molllo Drown of Louiaville sad ChIli Arch llrnwn of Lebanon Junction nro nl tho bedside of their liro Arch llrown Druggist J K Wntson Is hiiffurln with theiimntlsm Mr DnV + Hatcher and rnmtiy are visiting In the lllatt section U u las lonvwi In n few iinys to nrnunt H position SB foremnn on the Q IV rullrond wo will he gjnd when the Uay comes thnt we will we Urbnn Runt on the right eau oC his on gins C W McCall vlio hnn been nun its uncli hero fn apeael Weeks linf returned to his homo In franklin Tomf W J Owens who now hoJIUi n xoort iioftitlon with Missouri Iaclllo railway is at home for n row days Dlek At bright who has been nwiy for sot v era monlhft Is back homo Rev A J Pike tells UH he es l erlenced one ot the worst times ot his life one night last week lie IXIB called to terry Ky in preach the funcnil sermon of a Mrs Potty who wan u member of the church ilx rrllcs out In the country from Kerry where ho had been pastor leav lug hero at noon the weather wnx told and snowy He reached flurry about dark stepping from the train tutu near 15 Inches of snow The funeral party coming from Covlnpton with the remains of Mrs Petty stun having died nt that place reached harry about the same time nnd was wet by relatives with n 8COO pound bearso pulled by 4 largo horsos also two largo heavy sleds each pulled by 4 horses starting to the homo of the deceased they mot flan consider nblo trouble Tho snow non armed In the roads ns high as ute horses which were unable to travel In It- They had to place the remains oi one or the sleds leave the hearse in tri drlf ell snow and the funqral iartlea take to tho fields where tho snow was not no deep ROY Pike says It was nbdut nine oclock when they rllacJi1ed their utifixtoa and everyone was nearly frozen Tho following morning It required six hor fees to haul the hearse to tho church then to the burying ground To Cut Out Crop CASEY FARMERS WILL RAISE LITTLE TOBACCO Mlddlrbur Dec ICth Many of the farmers of this neck of the woods will cut out the 1Jll tobacco crop without Interference ot the night riders or any other disturb Inp element They didnt go Into the business of raising the weed for Ihlr health or tho fun ot tho thing Meat iiml bread tor their families was the iitiln Inducement but doubtless many of tu m will eat tough biscuit If in deed they have any biscuit In con penuenco of the present low price of tilt crop on hand Rev James Uallntync who has been lynching for the Haptlit church here for the past nine months clo oft his work Sunday afternoon and Itev C K Claunch of Hnrrodnhurg will tale charge of the work Juno 1st Q It Jones who has had the Art zona lever for n year or more started Monday to thnt Htnlo to bo nbsent tome thrro months or more Ho took with him Mr n A Prultf han deer gun Rod promised to vend us n tutee it viwlym should he IM+ Ise lurks bk to kill a deer Winch Is uot nil prubnbl Quito may shoot H few leis in the air but tiara Is very little likelihood of Ms performing the hide tf 1 deer though ho tins been a useless nt Iwrrtrd tainting U 1V Hltarp suld lug household K4KMU Baturdaj ai d mil move to In dtanaiMlltf W T Afoore need C C JuteS took their tobacco to Uaavllln Uat week They ronltxvd about 7e for Il Cuekor and MrCarmack Imiicht r Israeli of SOOiHWiHl cattle of loo Kl lieu bare Hatnrda at 4 M cent Howe ut mir people are having a k34t kllllirpr Umo nt now sad ore HiJWlnc slnro ribs and ssusego Your typo awdo as say thnt the vote on tIre gmdod icliool bond puss l tow was taken on Sunday Instead of Haturtavy The ward obforraaeo tu th e tow turn of news should have berg uaeun nee Mr SUftort ren iuaa fur the Cham JII1II UfWBf t11A1t7 1a wwkliiK ft Isere sane ul mn OH the bridge nt tic KlltoU Kuril and bo tells M that the work will be completed this wwkalt strikes vn that the contract Bur iMilMNag the road to the bridge ought ts have bn let bolero now Preachersville Mr Oearge J White of noor Crab Orchard while working on a fronun WIlier pipe at the Hpltlor Sanatorium had n sliver ot steel to stick Into his linger receiving a very painful wound Miss Henrietta Itellcy of near rob Orchard visited Miss Surah Howard and MU es Ballard Klmor Adams leas bin visiting his brother Alvin Adams on Cedar Creek and August Uartles nt Griffin Station Ho hat has spent the last year or to at laze man Mont We welcome Mr and Mrs D O Lewis Into our communi ty They have moved to the White lame Mlscea Luclle and Jcsto Ballard nod Miss Howard vIMtcd Miss Lizzie Miller Mr and Mrs QUncy Carpenter worn visiting Mr and Mrs S D Carpenter Mr and Mrs J L Kennedy nnd Mrs Phil II Thomp son spent a dalIn Lexington Miss Hettle Carpenter Is iH Lancaster a4 tales lady for Tom banana Our Inland W P Ballard and faint ly have moved to Tapphanna Fin as bc Is commonlv called is u fine fellow n good neighbor and one or our foremost lox locators William IyuhmiHO of near Cedar Creek will snail move to the house vacated icy Mr it- 11r J II Thompson who was so kindly hurt by a hog Is able to bo out with n cant The Hobbs school will bt out Friday theIrd The school will have some nice rioting exercises Miss fttnih Howard the teacher tuna taught as satisfactorily this year as last tad ling thin respect and esteem ot patronWe a letter from cur old friend HUSh Sesrgeunt for inorlv of tills section hut now of Phrlstl n county He says ihoy tarn teed only one rain shone July and wneHt is In poor shape And also wys Christian county is In n ferment nliont the rued tinnftti and luau rlHIIII many thousands of good money ou the roads You cant Imagine how our mUll roads look most ot the winter JoeL strips of ed batter often two feet deep from renco to fencp and our pikes are poor and Gutting worse every year Wo note a state wld nwiikenlng on the subject of tho roads And it IB time for nn nwakon Ing lu old Lincoln now PUBLIC SALE Having sold my farm preparatory to going west I will on Thunday December 29th 1910 at 10 n m dispose of the fol lowing personal property- I deal work horse 1 extra broodmare is n good worker 1 Studebaker wagon almost newt 1 good boggy 1 milk cow a good one 2 tat logs will weigh about 300 pounds each about f 5 chickens 18 bushels of Irish po tntooi 8 or 10 barrels ot corn few farming implements till nearly new household and kitchen furniture in lading DOW cooking stow etc T W HUTCHISON Gilbert1 Creek Ky DANVILLE IS STILL A DRY TOWN COURT OF APPEALS PASSES ON TWO LOCAL OPTION CASES OTHER OPINIONS OF INTEREST Tho Court of Appeals this went passed upon two Important local op Lion cases reversing the Boyle Cir cult court in both cases The Coul- ter Journnls report of tile first cos IP In tho cars of the Hoard of Councilor the city of Danville against Hunk Huim from Boyle county the law was certified the court holding that the local option law Is In force in Danville under the special act passed by the legislature in 1890 Itaum was fined II 00 and 40 days in Jail for selling a pint of whisky without liar ing license He appealed to the cut cult court and Judge Bauflcy who has since died decided that the gen oral local option law repealed the special act and that as no election for local option hull been held under the general law therefore Danville had no local option law and that Hnum could not except under the statute fixing a ponalty for seillnt without license The court hero an exbaotivo opinion by Judge hot son reviewing nil the former decisions on the subject conclude with three word Tae local option law he In force in Dfcnvillp and Section 3180 Kentucky platutvfl had no effect upon a loco option act In cities where It is lu force tieotlon 3400 Is tho xenoral loon option law IIws d In pttrouaac of the express provisions of the Constitution Ttu outer stye was n rcvorsal of the Judgment in the RIO of J P Hiulcwnod who Is now confined In lb Dnnvlllo Jail The en us aanign cd ly the higher court for tu notewas the mistake that had been wad of combining two offenses against Mr Haalewoocl In ono Indlcunent He was charged in tilt Indictment not on ly with maintaining a nuisance on the l Usnoil pike but with selling llqtior In Inril option territory The Court or Appeals desires that he tw tried Mparately for each on wise Tonrav Lonro Clarvuco UHlood and J N- IIazlewood were nil col1etelt In PQR nciion with the upcretnn of a hop taunt Mr J J was anCKt on tbo charge of leanlnc property to tho ihrfo named gentlemen It Is Uiee cnse that the Ilgher avert rovers Three other Important cases to his section ot the state were decided by too states highest tourt as follow Ile case of tho Southern Hallway Company etc against Hand Stewart train Whitley county was affirmed TCie another of the damage oases growing out of the explosion of n car of dynamite In Jelllco several ywirs ago Stewarts house was wrecked fluid the Jury gave him I1Ir0- Ihn carte of theC N O I T P rulway against Jctf Lovella adminis trator from Pulaskl county was af firmed Ixivell was crushed to death between two cnrs while foreman of a yard crow at Somerset and tho jury gave his administrator JlfiOO dam egos Chief Justice flanker dissented A very Important point of law ns thanks wax decided In the case of the Corbin flanking Co against J H Mitchell etc from Whitley county which was reversed The capital stool of the bank became Impaired and th Secretary of State ordered the offi cers to assess the stockholders the amount i iunl to the par value of the tt ck to restore the capitol stock Mitchell Dad put his five xhares of stock as collateral for n loan from one Munley lie refused to pay the banks assessment and suit was WEd lice court holds that the secretary of State lord tho power to order the nft + psment that bank has a lien on the stock for tho assessment and hat the owner can be made o pay tho assessment out ot any other pr- party ho may have oven It ho doe auwender the stock Sale Of College WILL BE SOUGHT AT FEBRUARY TERM OF COURT At a Joint meeting of the Hoard of Trustros of the College and Uo City Setwwil last VTeok It was decided to ceuufe an order of court nt tho Foby tunics fur the sale of the College pro lrtv Tho city school authorities Ire anxious to securetile property It It cnn bo done at a reasonable fig lire iti order to make Improvements ro that a large number of tho stu dent can be accommodated there The attniidnnap is Increasing so fast that tho Uiln building on Danville avenue Is rot largo enough to hold thorn nil Tic t college trustees did not feel that they should grant a long time- lase so It was decided to suit Cemetery Company ELECTS OFFICERS AND DIRECt TORS TO FILL VACANCIES At a meeting of the directors of the Iluflalu Springs cemetery Company this week nn election was lima to fill th0 vacancies on the Hoard caused by the death of John J McHoberts met Mack Huffman Tho new dIrec- tors cbosen by P M McHoberts and W It Shanks- J C McClnry was elected president of th0 company to succeed Mr Huff man acted in that capacity tor many years and W M Bright was cbojen treasurer In place of Jlr McHoberts A number of Improvements are planned for the cemetery whlca t- trilteeIt MUCH ADOABOUT NOTHING r TO BE PRESENTED BY STUDENTS AT OPERA HOUSE HERE ON DECEMBER 27th The students of the Stanford grad ed school will present the great Shale osptrran comedy Much Ado About Nothing at the opera house hero Tuoptlay evening Dec 27 The cast or characters will be as follows CAST OF CHARACTERS Don redro Prince of Arragon Russell Brown Don John Urother to Don Pedro Wnllnc Singleton Cliiudlo a young prince or Venice Harris Coleman Hcnedlrk a young lord of Padua Morrison Urlght- Lconuto Governor of Messina foseph Hopper Antonio brother to Lconato Wlllinm Mccarty- Dnltlinrnr servant to Don Pedro Satin M H Waters Hrnchlo John 11 Waters Conrada Wra P Unmet I Followers ot Don John Dog Berry Thoa Colemnn- Vergw Lester Ollannon offices of police In Messina 8uaco il Harrj Helnhart- Ontcnke Joseph Hill Watchmen Frfcr Franel KA Hankln Soxton Ih Hero daughter0eVirginia aifthony- Hoalrlce nlcno to Ieormto Kato D Haney- Mnrgarct ntlowoman attendant on tloro Willie Moor Ursula Clentlowontan attendant on Hum Merv M Matheny The chief persons Hero and Clau Olo llwitrlce and nen dlck aro con touted in pairs hove Is quiet gen tIt and alfectlonato yot with spright ly sailing Clnudlo8 wooing In done by proxy and ho dose not sink under the anguish of Hero dtagravc and vuppoofHl death rite main force Is brought out ht- UMtrir + tho flippant lively tcmprr rtl character and Uftitdlck a wild witty and rattled brained person The artful schemes to make then fall in love form a haste for comic humor of euancp which prevule thc l lay Tile morbid melancholy of Don John the rlllAln of the play mark the power of Shakespeare to portray character In the play you will roe the noth ingiiMi ot human life whenever Its topds terminate lu more earthly In- create und relations Insignlfleant Matters are arrayed In all tho pomp of form and the persons of the drama ore stuffed with the greatest possible importance It wilt ben splendid thing to kelp and eneourna the chool In tholr laudable ItrQl to ItIY Shakospearo ts a dramatic Wr t It will prove a wholesome condiment oi the sensor to hate a hearty laugh and enjoy the work done by your town and count Ifph school Enjov curing the holt duty season a night of pleasure and t rotlt You will see In this play an admixture of the bitter and sweet of life It will be nn event of unusual interest and extraordinary enjoyment Hemember the date Tuesday Dec the J7tn at 8 p 3L at the opera house The costumes ot Italian raiment tactfully modified will b0 used They are furnished by Wm Heck and Sons of Cincinnati O Jury Couldnt Agree FOiiNSTRIKING MRS A Jury In the county court on Thor day was unable to agree on a verdict In the trial of n charge of breach of the peace brought against Ed Hub bond by Mrs Walter Warren Mrs Warren charged that Hubbnrd had struck her three tlmea across the bead with a tobacco stick when she bad Ollpout to a barn belonging to Mr Warren but rented to Hubbard to feed her chickens She nnd her ttiughter both testified that Hubbard reached for u shot guh after striking Mrs Warren Hiibbards estlmony was to the of loot that ho had been attacked by Mrs Wnrrnn with a buggy whip and that he hud merely defended himself against her He alleged that Mra Wurrun had said to ono of her daugh turn that she watt going out to fix bun A largo crowd witnessed the trial and It Is said that the matter will betaken to Uo circuit court Hubbard- I psi dI med by AnWn TllllTt N Mcnefeo while County Attorney 11 S liurch prosecuted A SIMPLE SAFE GUARD FOR MOTHERS Mrs D Ullkson ilC Indies Ave Youngstovn Ohio gained wisdom by experience My little girl had a se vorO cold and coughed almost Ion tinuously My sister recommended bloys Honey and Tar The first lose t gave her relieved the Inflam illation in her throat and after uslug only one bottle her throat and lungs wore entirely free front Inflammation Since then I always keep a bottle or Poloy4 Honey and Tar in the house Accept no substitutes Sold by Shu gars rend Tanner STOCKHOLDERS MEETING A meeting of tho stockholders lr Ito Crab Orchard Banking Company will he held at the banking house at Crab Orchard the second Tuesday IB January 1011 between 9 nod V A 21 for the purpose of electing directors to ptrve the eaflulac year 4 Ct limey CatfKr S x Important Property Sales HELD BY MASTER COMMISSIONER ON MONDAY Muster Commissioner Oco D Flo one sold a number of valuable pieces 0f Lincoln county property to sot tie up various estates at auction MondayIn case cf Waynesburg Deposit flank Va C W Ulewart threo shares of Wnyncsburg bank stock wero bought by President L U Gooch of the bank at To settle up 125Ilor deceased containing seven acres was bought by U 8 Traylor for 1230 The Traylor home place containing 248 acres was also bought by Mr Traylor at 60 an acre the sale amounting to 14880 In tho U M Gooding and W H Haucy case a house and lot was bought by L It Hughes for 710 In tho cnso of J n Cook vs Ella Dee1VellWhite for 801nO In the suit of Melees heirs to scttl the estate of the late W O Mclleo tho tollgate house nt Turners villa was bought by W H McWnor ter for 40618 In the case of MarUn McCormack vs John Rlffes Iwlrs a house at Hus tonrllle was sold to Mrs Laura Klffe for p00 Astonville MOK killIng has been the order ot tills week Urh S Carpenter who hug bern on the sick list for some weeks Ware glad to notelee Is Improving Tin tobacco ralaero In this section with a big force of strippers grabbed quickly thou first season and now fully fifty wagons a day come here hwivily loaded with tho stripped weed Miss Annie Hutile Dunn who has horn vUitlng her slater near Rowland 1 home this week with her par eiiU Mr and Mrs Wm Dunn Sidney Dunber of the West Knl sold this week to an eastern party a threoyoarold Dignity Dare filly for JiiiO C C Carpenter also sold ODA of the same kited for 350 Col Georfe D WeatJiorfords health Is now Improving and by next stock lit J will bo found ttenind tilt counters of tile 1 Q Woauiaruiiu co in which company ae has ooin tan Interest Their stock will be in urvaned and their business oitondoO I sufficiently to cover all the territory tributary to this place Thos0 gentlemen nro undoubtedly awake to their opportunities for building up n pen oral merchandise business that our community will gladly boast of and that wlil be second to none In Con teal Kentucky Watch us grow With over three hundred dollar on my books now I will niter Janti nry lt be compelled to do till of my business on the strictly cash basis Kcspoctriliy Geo I aillock Mrs Emmett and Mrs Reed Mc Cormack was shopping one day title week In Danville McCormack Riff Tucker shut pod this week one car hogs and but- Cher cattle for which they paid 6 1J and 2 34 104 cents respectively Tho ladles of the Presbyterian church desire to thank the contri butors nnd patrons for their liberal Ifttromipo as we only appear before tho public once a year Our next an anal bazaar will be iuiort off 10 rtho Oth 1911 Our gross receipts this ear wero 101100 with about 15 worth of valuable handy work yet to be sold Call at the Emporlun and get your Xmns gilts now on display l ror Acton was delighted with his visit and will be long remembered while abroad With a thankful heart and a merry Xmns to everybody from the ladles of the Presbyterian church Hustonvllle Ky All the members of tb0 Christian church ut HuBtonvlllo are urged to bo present Sunday morning Dec ISth und take part In the election of nn mldltldunl Elder and three more den tons 11 d Willis sermon last Sunday OH Why more women than men In the churchT was much compliment ed several asking that It bo published He will preach the that of a series of sermons 10 young people next Sunday night Subject The Girl He Iwes To Grand Jury SAM OWENS HOCKER HELD UN DER 4150 BOND Sam Owens Hocker who shot Solon Craig to death last Saturday night was hold over to await oho ncon of Lisa grand Jury by County Judge Unt- O nt his examining trial this week Ills bond was fixed at 150 which he wan unable to give and was sent to rail At the trial it developed thnt hookers brother and two other no yroes were endeavoring to take the shotgun away from him nt the timeit exploded the Charge going through the door and killing Craig Instantly Hocoki had hud no trouble with Craig but had Just had a quarrel with John Harris Rout and had left prom ising to see him later YOU MUST HEAD THIS IF YOU WANT THE BENEFIT J W Ureer Greenwood La sut prod yith a advent case of lumbago The palrs were so intense I was forced to hypodermic injections for relief These attacks started with a pain in the small of the back which gradually became fairly paralyzing as attracted to Foleys SA11nCgter I ANOTHER PLAN TO SOLVE ROAD PROBLEM 8 PRIZESOFFEREDTO FIX ROADS JournalDllIr Inyour a quesCon has suggested a remedytfspaceInbeworkllrcally and satisfactorily Now for my plan I tourdlvilionstnagstorlal districts Nos I 2 3 raid i 4 and let the magistrate be chair oppoint r the different sections of his division redistrictUlethan 3 nor more than 6 miles In each subdivision with power to con demn any road bed that cannot be made a good road bed and view out a suitable road bed nnd condemn and purchase It for road bed Let It be lice duty of said commissioners to survey and give metes and rounds of each subdivision that It may be put on record in the Clerks office Wiien these commissioners have IIn- IlIhld their labors they shall present Ulelrdistrictsorted nnd the magistrate shall present same to Fiscal court when In rejectionItcharges for their labors it shall be thp duty of the Fiscal Court to dis charge them It shall also be the duty of the magistrate to notify each subdivision by posting three ntlces In each subdivision to meet him at dl1l1lgl1tt1lboverseer over the subdivision No one will be entitled to vote except he be 21 years of ago and a citizen ol stud subdivision and all citizens shall be eligible for nomlnalon for requirementsabove r questJou i final and ho shall tie entitled to a vote in case of a tie and the man i receiving a majority Oi votes cast at said election shall be declared superfvisor Ho fhall bo elected for good behavior subject 10 Indictment efore said division court by Ii good citizens stating Ir writing of willful neglect of official duty or nut wow lug how to work said road Then the magistrate shall declare the cfflce vacant nnd proceed to elect another as befort When the supervisor is elected and sworn Into office he shall be furnished with a copy of the rood law and a survey or IllS roads and ho shall go over Ms roads as often es 4 times a year and see tho needs and study the best plans to work said roads He shall file with ale magistrate the list oi tools he will need to work the roads and the amount of money needed for repairs fo the magistral can present same to the court of levy for their deliber scion It shall bo the duty of super visor to notify the citizens of subdivision when he Is gong to work the roads giving them three days notice In writing or in person stating rules bythatdays work and that work shall be performed by able bodied men able to do good honest manual labor one dollar per day for at many days as BUpervlsor employs him Teams haul- Ing or ditching stint work ten tours per day and stroll be good strong teams and drivers Teamsters must lone a Rood close gravel bed made of 2x4 nnd holding not less than one yard or 27 cubic feet and he Is to put the metal where the supervisor designates He ohail bo paid 260 for each day the sut erv8or employs elm this la to be paid out of the county levy when he pays his taxes Then let any supervisor receiving o reporting anything short of these rules and regulations be fined not t net more i 10 jiandconviction The supervisor to be en titled Vt two dollars per day for every day while supervising the work In person or while on visits of in spection of the roads not to exceed ten days In ant ono year Then let his report bo signed by three citi tens along the roads when the roads work has been finished It shall be the duty of the magistrate to call the supervisors of his division together once a year to exchange Ideas and to deviao the best plans for working dirt roads and said magistrate shall have two dollars per day for each day at such meetings not to exceed ten days In anyone year Now I hoping to hear from othere on county dirt roads and turnpikes both of which are betas badly neglected I would suggest that Judge Holley offer n premium of ton dollars o the man who offers the best Plan and the ono that the court necepti for the working and main tnlnlng of roads In Lincoln county U T IUNSFORD- TAKE CAREl Remember that when your kidneys erg affected your life la in danger M Mayer Rochester N Y says f M trouble started wile a sharp shooting pain over my back which grew worse dully I felt sluggish and tired my kidney action was Irregular and infrequent I started using Foloys Kidney Pills Each dose seemed to Ht score life and strength Into me and now 1 am completely cured and lHI b0tteq al tlttrtyTep W Em f r 1 Dear Santa Glaus I want a doll that will laugh and cry and one that will open and shut its eyes ho ho ho ho oh you t know Santa Is commlng dressed In white when we are asleep In our i beds nt nightIMr Santa Claus Pear Santa Claus how are you I thia year IIr Santa Claus I will tell you what my sister nnd I want this year I want a great big doll with long cUtis a doll dresser some orangt apples candy nuts and bananas She wants a music b6x Mr Santa Claus I want you to come to sen mamma and pipa I want you to Mil grandpas sock with everything toed to tLtb Mr Santa Cius I promised you last year 1 would 60 r4 better girl tbIs year but as I am I anything about It Good bye in a hurry to mall this I will not say ALLIE MAY CUMMINS Lebanon Ky Santa Clans Please brine me and my baby sister our stockings full of chocolate candy and some nuts and all kinds of fruit Bring each of us a rocking IAchati you can bring us a sot of dish I es together You will find th0 Xmas I treo In the dining room this year 1 tut 1 dont see how you are going I to come down through the stove pipe MARY AND CATHERINE CARSON Waynesburg Ky Dear Santa Claus I will try and write you n let ttr as I want you to please remem ber me with a few toys I want a toy dutomobeal a horn a billy goat and a wagon and some harness for my goat an overcoat a 22 air rlfel a pair of leggans mixed nuts and candy I will close hoping to see you dear Santa Christmas your little boy- JAMES RICE Waynesburg Ky Dear Santa Claus I am a little girl but only two 3 ears old but I am looking forward for Christmas to come FO Santa Claus can some so I can have me some toys to I walt nlco big doll and a bearskin coat and cap and leggens and a lot of nice candy Byo bye Santa your loving little girl MABEL RICE Wayneburp Ky Denr Santa Claus I am a good little boy I go to rchool almost ever day when the dLYS are rot to cold now Santa I wish you would please remember me with a wheel to ride to school and a i2 air Jrlfle billy goat and wagon and harness an over coat and n pair of leggans and some mixed ruts and candles your loving little ly WILLIE RICE Dear Santa Claus I nm a little girl nlni vears old I wish you would pleiso bring me a little sowing machine n ewln box nnd some oranges Good bye Santa from ELIZABETH NEWLAND Dpir Santa Claus I want you to bring mo a doll aid t sewing machine a doll buggy uid n rooking stove and a nice hook I nd a checker board grapes oranges cardy and n whole It of nice things anilsled nnd a pair of roller skates Yo ir nsly PEARL EBMURY Donr Santa ClauS I want you to pleaie bring me a llttlo bont nail a pop gun and n Checker board and a hand car a big gum bill a watch And a magic lantern and some candy oranges and tananos I will try to be a good boy ind tl ank you every FO much for any thing you bring me Your little friendWILLIAM HENRY BAUGHMAN Dear Santy I am a good little boy end I t want you to bring me a wagon and a horse and a sled a train and bring some candy some bananas oranges tnd apples I will close- CARLTON WALLS Crab Orchard Ky Dear Santa Claus I want you to bring me a doll dressed in red and a doll buggy fron IRENE KINO OlD SANTAS HAPPY becausjic can let preunta at the NEW STANFORD DRUG COMPANY cheper than anywhere elae In town I 01 Letters to Santa Claus r tt H w iIiJ H wfi e 1 H Wi Ha Wi Wi H 1 H H H 00000 H H H 4r hello Santa I urn a little boy rout years old please bring me a pop gun and a little cup nntl saucer unit some candy by ty GUY NEWLAND Hour St Nicholas t I am a little curley bonded girl plx years old I wish you would please bring me a coil dresser a cup and saucer plate and some can dy My name is- ALLINB NEWLAND P S Santa Clans please dont for llrellonttIHello Old Simla I am a boy eight years old I will b0 very glad If you Will brlrjg me a pop gun n story book and sonic IflItM fly by from EDWIN NldWLAND Dear Santa Glaus lam eleven ears old and have tho tooth ache Ito much I cant play out of doors to ploase bilnp me a flcnoh deok a good knife nnd some frUit good by I rom SHELBY NHVLANO Dear Santn I am ti little boy four years oU anti I want you to lI bring me a wagon horse Jnpiistol and oranges apples candy ilUa nd lots of other things I will go to bed early and 6hut my eyes tight J am your little boy ELMER B TUCKER Dear Santa 1 run a little boy six years old nnd I want you to please bring me n cap pistol candy oranges nuts and lots of good things and I have a little brother one year old and be wants a rocking horse and doll So dont forget us will go to bed early nUll shut my eyes Ught and will not peep Good byo I am youi little boy lilY BAILEY TUCKER Dear Santa I nm a little girl three years old and I want you to bring mo n loll tea set candy and fruits and dont forget my little bi other be wants n rocking horse I win go to Mil ecny Yours respectfully NANNIE MAY nRUMMETT Dear Santa Claus Will you please bring me a set of dishes and a great big doll that will open and shut Its eyes and has curloy hair and dressed In blue arid a little wash tub and bring me all kinds of candy and nuts and fruit and anything else you think will be nice for a Jlttle girl five years old nnd please don t forget brother ho wants Fomothlng nice too I love you Santa 1 ecnnso you are so good tome bY4b b o from DOROTHY TKIBDLBt Crab Orchard Ky Denr Santa Claus I am a little boy eight year old I am In the second grade I want you to bring me on Xmas night n- Illed a wagon a klnfe und sumo or and ome bananas and candy and bat nnd ball and sumo fire crack ore mid skv rocket and sume roman candlos arid a little cap pistol Please dont forget me EWKLL FLETCHER near Santa Clans Please bring Inc some candy nuts applos oranges doll and doll riiehcs From LOUISE TAMM Crab Orchard Ky Dear Santa Clans 1f want you to brljng me a wagon Ice skates a gun some fire works fruit and candy a story book knife a watch a Shetland pony Now Santa I think 1 have been real good so please remember me with love PATE KING JR Crab Orchard Ky lear Santa Claus I am a little boy nine years Oil I am In the second grade I want you to bring me on Xmas night a wagon nnd some oranges and some bannnps and candy nnd somo lire crackers and some sky rockets ro nnn candles Now please dont for tot mo GEORGE FLETCHER Dear Santa Claus I nm a little girl nine years old I live in Stanford with my grand parents my mamma is dead I want you to bring me n big doll and a little doll and work box well 1 will Just say anything you want to bring mA but I would like to have the things I told you Now please dont forget mo Your little friend MARGUERITE If McCLURlJ Dear Santa Claus I am a little girl eight years ort Hope you will bring me what I auk you for a nice china doll with golden hair a nice basket of fruit cud lots of candy RUTHIE ANNIE LUN8KORD- Deai Santa Claus I am a little girl ten years old Hope you will bring me what I ask you for I wish you woud bring me a nice china doll with black hair A nlcu basket of fruit and lots of candy too DAISY LUN8FORD r r r 7 Moroland iCy near Santa Claus Please bring me a afro wnrk box and toilet set also some oranges an l candy I have a dear little sis ter just a year old and please hung her a t ddy bear and a rubber doll From your loving little girl MINNIE LBTHERS P 8I will put my letter In care of the 1 J and sure It will reach you In lIafctyIPear Old Santa Claus Sen me a wnglu nnd a sweater nnd a big stick of candy from A J CATRON R R i Dear Old Santa Clans Send me n dull nnd a trunk froUlI R I Dear Old Snntni Send in a sweater nnd a knlft and a big stick of candy from WILLIE A CAT nUN R R 1 Denr Old Snntn This Is ny liNt IcUtw to you nUll r wnut 80 mnny things I dont know what to say first I would love to haro u pretty doH that can say rrnimua and a little boil for It sad n bird In n cngu a bottle of fumery shootIUlbhltscome back next Xmas You can send me nr air ship too ELIZABETH HANS j Dear Santa If you havo any Idea or mak lug a call at the Evans nousa tms Xmas I hope you will not overlook my stocking I would like to have cnndy fruits whip pistol a big auto pop gun wagon air rifle and it will tako five fatso faces to go around gold watch horse and buggy If you stockingleavethanks DRYE F EVANS As executrix of tho estate of Rboda Lunsford I will on court day Jan 9 1U11 sell at public outcry the follow tug bank stock 27 shares First National Dank 4 shares Lincoln County National Dank and 8 12 blmrea State Hank It Trust Co of Btnnford Ky- MATT1B V KIRBY Executrix My Dear Santa Claus I nm a good little girl and I vriut you to conic to see me and bring mo a doll with long gulden curls a dolt trunk containing Its clotnoj a set of brown furs a doll house u sowing box with nil sowing nrtlclofl In It fruits ndVnnd nuts Pleas0 dont forgot my tpr two brothers yoursMAUEf OF Denr Sintn little6tOlJoodlittlebyeSantaBEATRICE McGUFFBY1 I Crnb Orchard Ky I Donr Santa Claus I am a lttlo Jtrteight yrars old I am In the second grade 1 want you to bring mo on Xmns night a loll seal ring a ston table a RO- tor dlthM a croquet set some doll chairs somo fruit anti candy I want a little mull n fur anjl n cloak Deer Santa Olnua plO dont forgot mo from VIVIAN WhiTE Crnb Orchard Ky Dear Santa Claims I am a tittle boy nino years old I nm In tho second grade I want you to bring mc on Xmas night a sled antI some fur crackers rom v n candles ski rockets torpedoes nnd some candy too please dont foiget too FRANK ADAMS Dear Santa Please send me a sled a rook Ing horse doll a horn nnd gloves Yours till after Xmas KATHERINE LUC1LE IRELAND Xhfer Mark u at Cut Prices AT JOHN D HORTONS f i r v hear Santa wnnj you to conic to see me II mo a piano u big doll n lit of dlshos and some fruit Bring Dudley a drum and gum ball mill dont forget Miss Annie our teach ur I am yours LUCILE REYNOLDS Dear Santa Claus I am so glad Christmas Is neAr nnd I want you to bring me lots and lota of things but I want a piano tin 01111noulha orndlo for too twins and a Ulan doll ntuc all my dolM ore girls except Punch nnd he Is Just a little bor1 nod they are afraid of burglars And you know 1rlscllln Prudonoo Humili ty Vron that came last Christinas U broken sail I want another tint will Just fit all her nloo clothes I hope you can sel your tobaooo before rhrtetiimg so you 5an git us lltUft Rlrls all Ta want If you can thing or anything sue I want ploaw bring it Your loving tWo girl- MARY SIlO llIUClt Pear nflts CIaaI- temuombed you carat to see- me lest year nut I moved from the sUcks down hero My chimney 1s very mail but I wAnt to see you one nail all I fINK FARMER JR I Dear Old Santa Claus My stocken la so small I think it v ill hold a big doll and all I hop you will como to see me I thank you for whht you wiTh bring me I Elf B FARMER IJar Santa youll only bring an unbrella to carry to school In the rain I wont ask a thing of you till Christmas comes again CHLOE B FARMER near lId Santa Clause PleaSe bring nu some nuts oranges candy and a pony and llttln sister n doll Yours truly WALTER LONG Ktibnnks Ky lear Santa Clans Will you pleapo send a dolllo to your little friend n fan nnd sonic dlshns nnd n ring and sides these oh most anything LENA WILLIAMS lear Old Santa Claims I nnt to tell you what I want for Christians I want you to linn hie a Mg doll buggy anti sonic con dies and some fruit an dn stony honk co tint Is all rum- MArUlARBT TKNDLKTOV Dear Phntn Glaus lyIwhat I Want for Xmas My toflth r Ut I hiftir lioda nice and good thin ypnr and silo believes you will bring what I flAk I want n big doll a now pnlr ciqhmb M a now rain emit and a big sot of ilLsheu I nm In the first grade and like to go to school eery day Now Santa dont lorgrt in IIUI4I deter antI I promtn to gi j go lo sloop early on the night y M tome I rim your little girl IDA LHH CAJHMIKII Crab Orchard Ky D Ir Santa Olnus I nra a little girl ten years old I I om In the second grade I want ydu to bring ma on Xmas night a doll i llttlo iron a washboard a Xmas t bock and candy and fruit a little muff annul lure a little doll bed and nice cloak Please dont forget me good bjo to you KVA UE8ZL Crnb Orchard Ky Dear Santa Claus I am a little girl nlno years old I nm in the second grade I want you to bring me on Xmas night I want n doll and toy angel a Httel cart 1 little cradle and little bed nnd little stove and a little fruit and cnn dy I want a little parasol nnd muff Santa Claus please dont forget roe ool bye from IRENE MANUEL Crab Orchard Ky Deer Santa Claims I want you to bring mo on Xmas night n gun a cnp pistol a sheMqnd pony some fire works a bell some fruit and candy I nm In the second grade and nm ten years old Good bye ELlIE KENNEDY Crab Orchard Ky Dear Simla CInus I nm a little boy right years old lon In the first grade I wanton to tiring me on Xmas night a wagon cnndj a pony and font ball a violin D story boox some fire crnckorn sky rockets roman tanaiea fruit and candy B sure ninth como to two mj brother Royal ont for get me Your loving boy WELBY ANDERSON Denr Old Santa I nnt you to come this way fi bring me some candy and banana and a little horse and wagon anft I will always love you Santa trOt FRANK O MORRIS ft V t v a Dear Santa Claus I want you to bo suro and como Xmas nUll bring mo a doll bed n ll1rJ1ljtureI SUSIE KATHElUNB DUDDERAR I Hear Santa Claus I am looking for you Xmas 1 mint you to bring me a wagon tool chest train and a aIr gun and all kinds of fruit mid nuts This leaves me well hoping to find you the same ALBERT DUDDERAR Dear Old Santa CMUS I want you tc bring me a doll and 1 t of candles anti apples anti I would like for von to bring my little brother too Please dont forgot us Nay God bless nil llttio children I hiamsIngood health through Chritnms so 1 will close saying good bye ale Santa Written by little OKSSIB M TARTAR Moreldnl Dmr Old Semite Good Cheer Christinas la draw lug alan and 1 am w shad I Imp you will come to we no u I am going ILlItOdrum and two stick and a buggy Ittby lots of candy nuts fruit chow ing ytun end rwrythtng good I have two brothers and one staler DyetoANNKLL CARSON Dear Santa I with you would pletac buy mo a doll and I wnnt von to bring mo a baby buggy a stove some dishes a doll bed some nuts candy nnd bunnnas I will be very much oblleo to if will Your little friend CATIIER1UE COOK BRADY Dear Old Santa Please come out to our house to tee mo bring me n doll baby that Roes to sleep with eye lashes 1 want her to have curley hair and I wnnt some pool to sew her It drcxa a little machine nnd thimble wash bowl and pitcher candy and lots of good things to cat I got a little bro I ther so bring him something belIeve ho would like n doll auto nnd hatchet and tacks and bring daddy EtixkinRs I hope you wont 0WItbefce things your little girl MARY LOUISE I Dear Santa CInus You must not forget to coats to see us Xmas Eve Hdwth wants A doll that will go to lop and Robert wonti a little wapnn and pltHso San ta tiring mmli n work brx with real frtaon III It and a gold ring for Edylh and me Wf are MAYME AND EDYTH HALL T I I 5 n big pretly doll Clausr blue eyes nnd n big fir hat and nnd oranges and MARY HILL GARMAN Dear Santa I am n good llttlo girl and I Pleasebringdy I want a doll and doll bed it ail bring moa dog FRANCES TRAYLOR Denr Old Santa Please send mo a box of all ilpo fruits and candles and a sleigh and some sleigh Jells to hnvg somo fun thing mo some fire crackers HARRY TltA LOn T Crab Orchard Ky Door SanUi min I am a little girts4Iut y es nM 1 go to the xntilPd school in Crab Orchard In in t 54p nn l I hfti beon a hood girl and trlnl to Mfnd my traefeer Now I think r n nhtnjU brine mae a nKe prevent I vtmW Ilk tot you to bring n r t pirno stool I would lIKe to ha t i nice HUk sewing machine if you infind one Ktotn your little trsnd SUSHI KDMI8TON Deer Old SanlaII am going to tell you what I vaut you to brine no Cbrllt mOil I want a big doll and some candy and bananas and I will hang my stocking by this flro place In thf miming room I where there will bo no tire so that ou will bo sure and not get hurt whan you come down the chimney j I will look for you Christmas Eve I LUCiLLB MURIMS Dear Mr Hnnty As the weather Is so bad and tho ronda to rough I dont guess you would like to travel with much stuff you will please bring sIster a large doll and the rest of us larger chil 1 dren just what you think we ought to have Dont fOrJtt mamma and Wipa They said they would take the I J 0r theirs another year Yours CALLIB 8TARN8 finr OW Santa Wo will write you a hori Il- ttr and tell you what we want A hrre wagon that we eOn work our blllr goat In And n lot 01 big lure omckora and some little tire crnrk r too and owo nice windy and some fruit also and we will thank von so mmdiJIls AND JOSRPH MORRIS MORE LETTERS ON PAGE THREE JUST FROMtwJ t m Shugars TannersWhere old Santa got his load of all kinds of Toys Candies Books Foun tain Pens Perfumes and other nice Christmas presents at very low prices SHUGARS TANNER Stanford J t i t I II I C Ss I iI IFJIIDAY DKCEMDBR 10 1910 TilE STANFORD KENTUCKY INTERIOR JOUUNAL EAOH JHRM f i 0 i Iii aIE I Xa IcECI No1 Fancy Patent Flour1i NO 1 FANCY PATENT FLOUR is made from Home Wheat raised by Home Farmers milled by Home Mill ers sold by home grocers therefore is a HOME FLOUR When you use No 1 Fancy Patent Flour you are helping our farmers and their helpers our millers and their helpers and our grocers and their helpers The money you pay the grocer for No1 Fancy Pat ent Flour is paid to the miller and he in turn pays it to the farmer for wheat who pays it again to the mer chants of Stanford This is keeping Money at Home Stanford rIW Our Mill pays annually in wages and othr expenses over 900000 and ever dollar is spent in Stanford In addition we furnish a Cash Market for farm products every day in the year 1 This helps our town community Mr Citizen u CII H lIlt NIe Make the Following Brands ofFlour L No 1 Fancy Patent which is our Best Fancy Family a good straight flour Belle of Lincoln a good reliable flour at popular price Corn Meal the best to be had ask sold 8 CO KvD in Flour Meal Grain Hay Meal Coal Port Cemnt ah a aa a ha I FOR SALEi A No 1 banging Fork farm or 16 UT well Improved nod well watered 6 miles from Danville tancastc and Stanford on Danville and Iar vaster turnpike 1 mile from v churches good school store ana OINCK Mnlth shop rural route runs by door b Dwelling of C moms and two com moI dlouii porches comparatively new largo barn two tobacco 1M necessary outbuildings nil In good i IKIII For lurtber Information apply tc I Jro F Hrlcht Agent SanfordKy NO SYMPATHY FOR THE RIDER or driver Who UIIVB poor nnrccss If iecrssary when made nod Minrnntopd harness can be bought here so reasonably It is a mans OWl lault If he takes the risk of buying from a mall order catalogue Prom by others experience and buy your harness at bomo J C McCLARY Stanford Ky FreshOysters SERVED IN AN irInl WLTO u dlltL- IUKI HT CarSOnS Rcsfiupaut Hf Ma CARSON r3ip J e C McClary I r I I Jndortakor an1 Emoamor Iortlcu= WRITE ME FOR PRICES ON HIGH GRADEI COTTON SEED MEAL I HANDLE THE BEST MEAL MADE AND CAN NAME A DELIVERED PRICE ON ANY QUANTITY ANY PLACE WILLIAM A BURNETT bOURBON STOCK YARDS LOUISVILLE KY Kentucky Agency for Owl Urnnil Established 1901 ewer rr r MMllftlttMllainHIBB- S r BANK CO r M STANFORD KY I I WarraJrr r fill M rrrr rrrr r 111 1I I CAPITAL STOCK 50000 Officers IH President W L McCarty H Vice Presidents G L Penny J S Rice J D Eads J W Hutcheson M Cashier Cashier C Hays Foster rI PhillipsIneIV1dt4slIr r rrrr rrrr r rr r rrrr rrrr r Ir WE CORDIALLY SOLICIT YOUR BUSINESS rrr rr r rr r rrrr rrr r r 5eFort Mrtoy Kin Poor Santa readYInFlorllllland some candy nuts and Irults or all kinds remember my tour brothers pupa and mamma and grandpa and mn In Kuntuchy Your loving llttlo rlrl- WIIUB lfUAKD nUVAVKNT Urar Santa Will you please bring me gome guuIIwnni ut school 1 am your Mend SVlVKSTEK TIMP1N p RI have got two little brothers riil onelittle Bister at homelDear Santa Claus Bring me a nlr gun a little nickel doll to drive my horse and EODIC fruit WHjLIK MUKPIIY- n 11 sunta lkSao bring me a nice doll and ii dull buggy and some others toys plcasoItMAUGAUKT UAWISD H ur Santa willbeI ulh you could ronu oftener than you 41r I want n loll a drill slft l und wait tt tow nom jhlnfi na the follow IIIR Ail nllloll ollIe dull knt of llbes doll rlmlra dull rocking borne YourtMATTtB IIKLIR KINCAI1 DEAR OLD SANTA thoIIfJllnttj lanfrn to 1 San HCO how to got out to il w Voodn aver night +mn Snutn pleOe dont give tiny oth0rbo a lantern fr 1 dont want may boy to lourrUNCU JIMMY Uinr Santa Please bring me n work box trulyrUer Santa I want an engine and air gun ont forgot tho poor children 1 W K SHUtUHS JHI brnm n boy and 1 PleaseraballOSCAR DALY Uea Santa 1 am a good boy and I want bringrs VltotlE l1t But if you use Flour made away from the returnThis and Be sure and for these brands They are MADE IN STANFORD and by our Grocers here and in the County T H BAUGHMANCOR Stanford Manufacturers aad Dealers Shtpstuft CottonSeed Salt and load honestly STYLE TWM STATE TRUST gear HUIUH e 11 pleasfbrlnd a sled fire crackers and frcneli harp and candy nuts and fruit It voj bring boys clothes bring me a coatYoursGUY II SMITHI MORE LETTERS ON PAGE SIXI BEEHIVE MADE OF CONCRETE Anyone With Little Ingenuity Can Make ThemSet of Molds WIII- Last Among the occupations Indefinitely which offer I profit and amusement and at the same lime entirely suited to women la that of bee raising Its advantages ire that little apace la required there no treat expense and the work le- ight requiring only a limited amount of time and care Much of the ap paratus required may be made at home and where the fullltlea for thle I Concrete Beehive are not present the things may be purchased without any great outlay of r money v There have been many Improve meats lately in the manner of con probablythemade of concrete A patent baa been recently Issued covering the manufac ture of concrete beehives but anyone with a little Ingenuity may easily make them and a set of molds once haTIng been made satisfactorily may e used Indefinitely and any number hives made from It Anyone at SterlaliiiIhouldof bees J You know an well na anyone when ypnrystemyour ft dlntrcssea you your hldneys MountAhTettea lit UIIV at t3 t4tra tUld 1I1UiIII v r r 1 1 I 1M tijWayDothink you just cant workway at your profestrade any longer i you have a poor ape PAreourbition to forte ahead in the world left you P ifso you ifyoumake you different individual It will letto wnrl I Ill your lazy liver sadyourU there is any tendency in It will your family toward consumption nonsumpttonlingering cough bronchitil or bleeding at the a lungs it will bring aboutla 98 ncure of allcentper cares It is a remedy prepared by Dr R V Pierceor Buffalo N Y whose advice is girra frtt to all who with to write him ills= teat Dont success be has come from his wide experience and varied practice subltiutesPierce ai good Dr printedonforming drugs Worlds no habitDispensaryMedial Association Buffalo N Y RURAL TELEPHONEST rT T iceresidenccq servicewhichtoteadquartersmere Line rate wecanf anllIIIinllisII roRPOJTJ FIRST NATIONAL BANK STANFORDKENTUCKYORGANIZED CAPITAL STOCK 50000 SURPLUS EARNED 22000 HAS PAID IN DIVIDENDS 216500Combines Absolute Safety with Satisfactory Service ModcrnSafctyDeposit Boxes for Use of our Customers We Solicit OFFICERS S Hocker President- S T Harris Vice President H C Baughman Cashier JW W Saunders Ind Bookkeeper J R Harris Bookkeeper DIRECTORS BaughmanMH C Baughman J F Cummins RobinsonEW H MuriTvv the Lincoln comity national Bank Of Stanford Kentucky 5000000SURPLUS 39000000BB PAXTON YICEHp SCARPTENTER f1fJtKKEEPEREBTER ASST CASH DIREOTORSSN Stanford CreekUeo f StaaforttLtlbtlrtsT c R akfil taac2gt8l BU f THE STANFORD KENTUCKY INTERIOR JOURNAL rlUDAY DECEMBER 16 1010 I TilE INTERIOR JOURNAL Established 1872 SHELTON SAUFLEY Publisher VERY TUESDAY AND FRIDAY m POLITICAL ANNOUNCEMENTS y For Circuit Judge Tho Interior Journal Is authorized to announce Charles A Hardin as a candidate for Circuit Judge of the Thirteenth Judicial district at tho election to be hold November 1911 subject to the action of tho Demo Some of th0pen Jobnson papers say the Interior Journal talks too plainly about the candidacy of their I thbtnplon Seems to us that Its auIqUl1lntednand candidacy before they make III liOinlnatlon rather than that tho re I publicans should be the ones to tell about him afterwards Wo have said nothing concerning Mr Johnsons liialUlcaUons or disqualifications i which Is not known to all tho repub lican leaders of the state and which they have been preparing for sorao tine to uso as capital against Dim Ehoulrl ho bo nominated whether the Interior Journal suggests them hoI foro the nomination or not Rut lots not put up a leader who Is so comj pletely vunorable to tile enemys flro I I flan Johnson complained In his tpoech of Shelby ville this week that un effort Is being undo to force a midwinter primary which would note give candidates for governor time make an effective csnvnss of toI state He ought not to have any I kick He has been n candidate for governor for over n year and has worked eyery possible wlro to get a favorable consideration from the de I mocracy of the state Does he think I that within another year ho might bo able o convince hem that he is the I logical man to redeem the state from republicanism From tno opinions we bear expressed from over the state he wouldnt be able to convince them of that It he had as much time ns It has taken to build the Panama canal The Owen county tobacco growers are already organizing another pool for next year and have decided tout out a crop If the UncIIn growers nnd others south of the rarer had Joined the pool last year many would riot now be unable to find a buyer for their crops I I The Interior Journal bas been cap turgid hy Santa Claus this Issue Read the letters from the little ones to tho jolly old follow and then notice thn cds of live merchants who are reauy to fill his sack with Just what the the youngsters are looking forIKEPT THE KING AT HOME I For the past year we have kept tho King of all laxativesDr Kings New Life Pills inour home and they have v lamlly1ritesY Kasy but sure r niedy for all toinach liver nnd kidney troubles Only 26 cents at Pennys Drug Store Ask or our Illustrated lolllerIf How to Make Delicious Coffee Dont Knock Contributed- It would bo just ns ludicrous to expect nil enterprises to prosper without strong support and coopera tion ns to try to remove a logJam with a tooth pick Give a Just meod of praise when and whoro It Is due When business enterprises am launched ohurchw and schools are mentioned or the press Is spoken of use the laurel RUler than the hint over Thoro seams to be n nundor tow ngnliwt giving encouragement t the striver It a minister teacher editor or one or any calling or pro rctaton does n commendable deed why not recognize It by word or token rather than making virtue Its own rnlwardDo not save your alabaster cruse ot encouraging words until friends have gong to tho dim unknown but sing your song of pralso In the liv lag present Threnodies should bo made Into Joyful paeans ot him who lives and labors for tho good of community If you have a good theI per support It 11 you have a school praise It and cooperate with the authorities In Improving 1U Lot the editors desk bo strewn with let tars of commendation for tho good rather than lined with requests for discontinuance for tho bad In any public work do not store your fra grant perfumes of cooperation sympathy and appreciation but break the box and scatter them over tho living Tnko to the worker In weary troubled hours of his poor hart the Ilowera you mean to send for his coffin A casket without a rose or a fun oral without n eulogy Is far better than a life without the healing balm of sympathy encouragement and ap probation of fellow man Do not give the public man the short end of tho teeter board but but grant to him the right of exor stain tree speech and assist him to doitWe do not essay to be prophets but If the foregoing be read and lived our community would become a crowning gem In the galaxy of Kentucky towns Eulogize more criti else less give your county paper your county schools and your count officials a friendly and brotherly grIp and word and each will improve Doost your town and It win grow commend your public servants and they will strive to excel Post mortem eulogies cast no ray H Jlght overthe pasts beclouded spirits Flowers on tbo cold sar cophagus emit no fragrance over the storm tossed lives of by gone days but a word in kindness spoken a lift In kindness given may henl a heart that Is broken and boar a soul toward heaven live the helpful word rather than the one which hinders Instead or placing obstacles In the way of the loddor endeavor to remove the rouses of retardation and then the the evils will mitigate themselves vlth marcllul oblivion of Urn A Its mighty cold driving how See our fine line ot lap roMS storm fronts carriage heaters and coat J C McClary rJ Delicious Coffee every Morning and always the same with a Rochester Percolator Popular in Price Simple to Operate Easy to Glean SAVES NEARLY HALF k because it extracts all of the good of the coffee Valuable Xmas Presents I WH HIGGINS t 1 cP e er e See- 18 8 IA- 6iis 6I i The best styles and grades of storm fronts I the market affords We Jhave all grades and all 2 exhibitingI o I our dow at our factory on Second St See it II IIWeare headquarters forrubber tires carriage repairing and painting When in the market give us a call R M ArnDl e- e CARRIAGE BUILDER DANVILLE KV I I S e S Turn rsvil We hope Santa ClAUS wont fortwhere Turnersvllla la- Ir H W McVhorter baa bouRbt the McBoe placo and will put up a store Oi r school will close on Dceorabei rdNewofflcers have been elected for Ulu Christian Endeavor MlM Jtitiu eon Pre Cecil Manning vtoe pres Mr Bntdshftw tremi Mli Gab Brag slmw Sac lire Moore will nil hie appoint ment on Xmae day morning and night This will be hU farewell aer neon Everybody come uW nom pooch won the coke for being the prettiest girl and Coeli Manning won the pipe as hems the ugliest man at the plo supper Mr and Sirs Vndo Wutaon visited Mr E S Sandusky Sunday Mice Mnllle Lewis is on the sick Ut jir and Mrs John Gadberry nnd ictlc daughter of KlllBburg visited Hr II W McXVhorter last week iM ps Martha and Balllo Kogor uil ipra Sandusky and Mr and Mar lea Rogers feel Manning were the guests of Miss Bottle Rogers this Mek Mr Ed Martin had a vulua Io horse to die Wednesday night Mr Dan Mojor was the guest of lies Dora Gooch Sunday RETURNED Have just come back from City and have a nice variety of useful and Orna mental Christmas presents Calland see our goods G B PRUIT T Moreland Ky GET YOUR GUN WHILE YOU CAN At These Ridiculously Low Prices Regardless of Cost They Go For Cash to Close Out I LASTIAND Single Gun 525 f 375 Single Gun 650 475 Double Gun 1350 tlOO Double Gun 1600 1200 Double Gun 2000 1650 Double Gun 1600 1200 Double Gun 3000 2450 Double Gun 1350 1075 Double Gun 1250 975 Double Gun 1350 110 Double Gun 1850 1475 Double Gun 1500 1175 Doubel Gun 1850 1625 GEORGE H FARRI8 Stanord Ky T D NEWLANDS I THE PLACE TO GET YOUR XMAS CANDIES NUTS AND FRUITS A WOMANS GREAT IDEA IK how to make hertolf attractive lint without health it I9 hard lor her to be lovely In lace form or tamper A week sickly woman will bo nervous niiil Irritable Constipation and Rid nay poisons show in pimples blotches skin eruptions and a wretched com lilxton But Electric Jitters always Provo a godsend to women who want health beauty and friends They re ulato Stomach Liver and kidneys rind purify the blood give strong not ves bright eyes pure breatb smooth velvety skin lovely complexion good tealth Try then 50 cents at Pennys Drug Store fmJ2 Y CflRISTMS 1910 For the Most Attractive and Useful Christmas Gifts gpto Pennys Drug Store Presents r Presents i Most people are happiest when they are giving and this is the Season for Presents We offer you a Large Use ful and BEAUTIFUL STOCK to select from Silk Handkerchiefs 50c Silk Sox in beautiful colors 50c and 1 Silk Suspenders 1 to 250 Phoenix muf flers 50c and 1 Cuff Buttons 25c to 150 Scarf Pins 50c to 350 Ladies Silk Umbrellas almost toopretty to usee250 5 750 10 1250 and 15 each Mens Silk Umbrellas 350 to 10 Leather Suit Cases 5 to 15 Hand Bags 5 to 1250 Kid Gloves 1 to 2 Work Gloves 25c to 150 nice hat 1 to 350 Stetson hats 350 4 and 5 Look at our beautiful windows and you are sure to bny H J McRoberts Wone than the alarm of fire at night U tho mctalLc cough of croup ringing dread to the household Careful mothers keep Potovn Honey and Tar lit the hose and glvo It at the first sign ot danger It contains BO opnttd UNFOR8EEN EVENTSI aro liable to sadden an othervise happy holiday ire may sweep away your savings of years Coniolntlon hough If your property is Insured through us In one of the oundou Insurance companies extant Good IUn If you would sleep soundly Xmas iivo to see us this day about Incur once on real or personal property WS FISH STANFORD KY PHONE 200 THE GREATEST OF ALL GIFTS rat ChrMtna or anv other Imr Is Rood ln attli IhiM is Insured liy ruans 01 sanitary plumbing in your loitfcf If you would preaent your family with a threefold blessing colt jraie Xmas by arranging with W R Warnrr nnd Co for a complete avs tem of rcodrni uptodate from cellar to roof W K WARNER Phone 188 Stanford Ky GOWANSKing Sells itself wherever introduced Imitators have tried to imitate and substitution has been attempted But alwaysGowans and congestion- It alves ua plea ruro to ircoro menu Gowans 1rofKiration fur InlhimiriHtion especially of fir throat and chest II e Faire sold UOWUHH Irejmmtlnn fur many conydaintBURLINUTOv anrliiiBton ff C BUY TODAY HAVE IT IN THE HOME All DriUlUU I 1 50c 25o GOWAN MEDICAL CO DURHAM N C hiriilul I d Gary fIU i If jitt iroulil f tf J FINE OU8INE88 FOR SALE having made up my mind to KB to Arkansas I will sell my stock rr goods at Shelby City Ky It Is a nice clean stock and well worth the mon ey I hate about a JJBOO stock now and will sell it at n bargain Come and see me GEORGE HUNK q SIM Shelby City Ky FOR SALE t An I have decided to go to a warmer climuto I will offer my little homo for sale cuntalnlng two acres and 16 totes comfortable house and all rocessary outbuildings cistern and orchard from 8 to II years old Quar tot mile from Duddomrs will on Die river Jour miles east of Stanford and four miles south of Lancaster apply to PROF J D DATSON Gilberts Creek K- yCONCRETING Wenr In IXMIUOH toilonll klorti at eon I eretlnit lueb ao Ittouk Work Pcrvmenlt Rod In tact wr Mn make any from a house down to alnee post We ran Minre you promptly and runrnntce flrrt ait ptltottbfJorPHILLIPS BROS v Stanford Ky t CUT FLOWERS FOR SALE I f- well t cn turnlih the public with the bert 1ifni the trt bM of eat nowrt iNtau of- au kind burr potted floweri on short notice Alto woke a iplalty ot vrnaUii purpoieaIn hborv 1 have Ml klndto v ulaNN on hand at rtAtolJabito price CUIKlHTif AN OHKKN IIOUHRH lca UU runMtanl Fall And Winter Suitings My new tall and winter samples nro now ready for your Inspection They comprise tho bout on the market 1 can suit nay one as to price who has its clothes made to ordor A suit made to your measure la preferabletto ready mado clothes hactIthem made to measure doesnt any more than ready made tries I quality and fit U MUM T C Cease oj in and let HM ur rev me jrero IIL C KopJey tae PraettcaJ TallorS FRUIT AND SHADE TREES Everything for Orchard Lawn I and Garden I r Write for free Catalogue No Agent H F HILLENMEYER A SONS Lexington Kentucky JLBeazleyCo Undertakers and Embalm en Also Dealers in Far 1 nlture MattingsRug8 They willexchange Furniture for all Kinds of Stock Give Them a Call Pricee Right STANFORD KENTUCKY c 0 0 1 I t r 10 IIJUUAY DECEMBER 16 1JIO THE STANFORD KENTUCKY INTERIOR JOURNAL IAOE PLM Christmas Will Top You Cloaks Suits Skirts Furs And Waists + iiAre goingat Prices yourself I Christmas money by buying a cloak or at Cut Prices many useful articles as Handkerchiefs Gloves Suspenders Hosiery y Bedroom Slippers Scarfs Phoenix Muf flers Baskets Linen Goods Towels Pillow Tops SEVERANCE SON STANFORD KENTUCKYa 1 ISpecial fountain pens for school use 75 centa U and 1186 nt Pennys Drug- Store t rPER80NAL6 e If to Anderson It solo to grt out alter n hard l4U wits the Klip Mrs J C Halley and Mlsa Opnoim lackey of Crab Orchard were hart yesterday shopping Mrs Suo Wallace of Lexington it the xuuDt of hor stater Mrs Adolla Wood I Caihler J W HutcljUon of the State Hank TrustCo was In Lent vllio this weak on bMln M W S Ht h rnde a iwalnmM trip I to Uvinpton yantertmy Dr a Q Perry tan roluniod from a several Aays bmlHMW trip to lit Leila Mr and Mm P B Hilf of Mo Klnnos warnMra hoping on Wed UdR3v MtM Stao Wood IUM boen vWUni Mm IL H Ititnum at Lebanon lot the piiil week Mntr JaMM IWward Hiitotilion C of tlio Crtak a crtonIa tailina bus RnuHlpRnitte at Sifgf ltn Mercer county HH lJettle la ttin and Mr 8 M Snuflojr spelt Ttumday In Clumnuat- lMtt J J lHlnter Of llrodhead oat hero with her Imaband Wednet tiny Attornoy CMrlie Montgomery of Liberty WM here this weak on legal baelnew and Mae warmly greeted by bts many friend The Knmkfart NPW says Uwt Mr nnd Mrs J M Alvnraon have return M there from tholr trip in lbp olIt iind Are at homu at the bonrdiue house of Irs ODonnell on 8h lbv streetlostph Coffey prtlplehr of th Vor nndn Hotel nnd one of tho Iwfct known t citizens of SUirrnnl tuptrlnuil a- lFhjvery paralytic trrte Tuositxy l tinci nna sinn bod in A erltual tun I diHon His uiirr loll side Ir ntfcot- H Mls Suo Hdlh Jnmea who has been tho uttmotivo quest of MlHues Solllo Mary llurditto wont to Crab 4nud Thursday to visit Mrs II Collier JtulKO J W Alcorn went up to J IIIVOIO on 1lJR1 huslll0ll8 onfhlllS jdilYMr and Mrs Felix White of tho Homowet pIKe are recelvlnR congrnt ulntiona upon the arrival of a sweet Uttlo daughter who hM been named Hiiomnntlm Dr Willlnm Sholton who suBtulncd nn npoplectle troko bat Sunday con antes to hold his own and show im l rovement Sam Mnthony ia flllll Improving nti- IIR homo in tho cotintry and bide inlr to mnke n complete recovery C C Williams nnd beautiful daugh ter Mlsa nisslo Williams nnd Mrs Oleo Urown of Mt Vornon pnused through liore Tlmmdny night en route home titter attending the wedding of Judo U G VllllamB to 1II1t u Jottlft Mny Cllft which was a henutl ul event at CovIngton Wednesday J cvenlnpJ Ireland T W Iennln ton leo P IJrlght J N Sounders 1 N WlgRlngton J N M jneree Jr attend ed Masonic Lodge nt Danville Thurs day night wheru work was done In Master Masons degree Oeo D Hop per Jr from Lincoln Lodge No 60 was one of the candidates oO On Of Before you know It Dont be among those who put buying off until the last moment c We are offering many attrac tions to Christmas buyers Cut Save some suit We have such Etc jtWvenfl Be Auto BibbDenham PROMINENT COUPLE WED AND LEAVE FOR WEST W JL Denham and Mr Maggie Illbb were quietly wedded at the homo of the brtdo Thursday evening nod soon afterwords took the late I tf N trnln for tho home of groom In Oklahoma City Okla Tho cert inony won performed by Rev J J Hlckey and WK witnessed by only a few Intimate friends and reVntlrc who showered congrnlulatloua and pairMrIan and lived In Stnnford for tonic tlmo whore two of hlA sons Mossy W S and K 11 IXtnhain are In thr coat and feed bualnom He fatnPIvd In real cnute butlneiM In the home ol lilt adoption which hI declares II Ike greatrt city In tine world Illd Mini tiMAMd a fortune HI brad laM INdo her home In Stanford 01 Lincoln county precUcnlly all of hoi and U popular and Iwloved bl all who know her blur itttrnctirc young daughter Mlw Wlnnlo Davi fllbb accompanied Mr and Mrs Den barn west and will make her horn with term All havo the wishes of lust of Kentucky friends for oomptefr hapWapaSHORT LOCAL NEWS HOOD a for rMK V H PHlUrvoi If Watrhee J welry exit SlaP nolle sliver ne at MHellarit Sao Saatn Clnw In the window or Colfoj Coleman also the Xmi treettrtureahi to Uowlpnil for Iltlod and eha4 picture ony fiO cent Ifd- 0l8n Frank Cordlor IThe nlcect line uhlna ware In town at Ooorge H lonrrl6a The subject at the Methodist churn Sunday morning at 10MB will bo In tcrnntlonril Arbitration The pence HoclrUes of tho world have naked that this bo the Biibjcct of all sermon lee 18th The pastor cordially in vltes tbo public to attend W H Floyd of Etilmnks has pur chased the general mcrohauJlPo cs tabllshmont of W P Coffmnn nt den uvu iOlith of MoKlnnoy and will mid greatly to the stock and make man improvements He will ho wnrmn welcomed to thnt communty Tho Methodist Sunday sellout will pie a Chrletman eorvlco of song am story Sunday evening December 2 nt 7 oclock The public nro corditUb Invited to come and enjoy the tin acred service with us Committee The members of tho variola Sun tiny schnols of tho lty are going tf be well remembered by old Santa Claim on Christmas Most of the Christmas celebrations will be held or Saturday night tho 24th Clirlsmaf eve At the hrlstlnn church how ever candy fruit etc will bo giver to the scholars Christmas morning ni Sunday school Superintendent Clar nice Tate Is making a campaign tc bronl nil records nt attendance thnl morning desiring to reach tho 3d mark A Christmas tree will be given for the PnsHbytcrlnn children on Christ runs eve when old Santy himself win bo present to distribute presents and good things to children r Just tho thing for Christmas gifts Hint chlnu at Ueorgo H Farris Youre wondering wnat to give for Christmas Come to Muellers Wovo got Just what you want Thoroa nothing nicer for n Christ triPS present than n picture See our liDO and how reasonably we sell them J I lioazloy Co Muy your UbrtotmM ribbon from MlM Klla May Saunders You Rot thorn at costetHe da Brtors for Santa Clnu In Stanford Kino candles fruits nuts and Christmas toys of nil description nl prices thnt will make you opou your eyes J D Morton Every hat trimmed and untrimmed going at cost Wo have to do this to make room or spring goods Miss tfllH May Saunders Art pictures make nlco Christmas presents Sco them at tbo Sacra y Studio Stanford For RantUnaccount of the bust IIUMI I will rent my storo with a nix e dwelling of four rooms kitchen and ball and Iront porch and a fine cis tern at the door A good barn tine Midon and all necessary outbuilding a will rent at n bargain at llartwell Ky Casey county A fine place for bust LOBS Call on or write to J W Had Sett Son Kldds Store Wanted to rent house A or h- retiua In Stanford 6r vldnltj Apply n A C Connott Ixgnn avenue I Cull and Inmpoct our Xmas toYs at OBCO to you OlIn get what you want teforo everything Is picked over Col 7 and Colcman Fresh supply ot unit sood Rex coal 111 cents delivered W 8 a n Uonham Thofwa no hotter oundy for Christmas than Ailegmtis flat a box n r your girl at tho New Stntalord Dm Co 84a Harry Jacobs tho Monument manor McKlnney was hero Monday and Tuesday totting up monuments for Mrs Annie Fnglemon Mrs U n Cook and Dr Ponnlngton In lluffalo liftoff and two In the colored cemetery for Dr Tar ltf Ttn 18monthsold daughter of Mr and Mrs Tom Plummer of Rowland died last Thursday and was burled Ii the Ooflhen cemetery Wednesday morning They have the sympathy ol many friends In their lou Diamond Cuff ButtonsTo reduce my stock of diamond cuff buttons 1 will islvo n discount of 20 per cent on them W II Mueller Stanford A BARGAIN 75 1 2 acres or land in Lincoln coun ty About 46 acres of tine tobuccn land and 14 acres of fins bottom land Good tobacco barn 34xU18 feet to eave This barn Is new Oth er buildings are old Good chance for komeono to make money Price afiio See L 1L Hughe or W L McCarty For Sal1e share of llustonvlll National Hank stork Apply at this olllce This is the chief requisite for making Perfect Bake Day Foods ROYALBaking Absolutely Pure The only Baking Pow der made from Royal Grape Cream of Tartar Made from Grapes Ho Unto Phosphate l No Alum HE GOT THEM AT COFFEY COLEMANS Mahogany drowning table for salt flrstclaiiB condition Mrs W O Shanks to J You will slant to send out state montH tho first of the year Lot tbe I J print your bill heads W6 do good work at lowest prices Kill the germs thats tho only vnj to euro cntnrrh Hyomel will kill Uim Just breathe1t Ask G 1 1enny be sells It nn money bach plan Complete outfit 1 sepanite bottle SO cents Make your wife hippy Xmas with ou of our nice furnltur0 sets J IUwzley Co You want good Christmas nand nuts and fruits at low pried See our big stock before you buy Bohoi l tkmpbeILnMr Merchant Just remember that the Interior Journal U rend by IfiOOt peoplo twice a week if you have any thing tosay to them about Uhrlstmai goods you can do so In no surer 01 more certain way The Interior Journal covers Lincoln like a fine toothe comb and sends hundreds of paper every issue into Gnrrard Doyle Hocl castle Casey and PulusKi counties A word to the wise Is aufflclent You know OB well as anyone whet you nidd something to regulate your Fyslem If your bowels are Sluggish your food distresses you your ma neys pain take Holllsters hock Mountain Tea It always relieves 36 cents tea of tablets The City hasauthorized the Chief of Police to appoint six depvilos during Christmas to proven the uo of fireworks of all kinds Notice Is hereby given that tho lav will be strictly enforced U D Car ter Chief of Police 821 HOWTh I We eon One HundiLl DotUr Rtwtrd for uCaunb that kaoL cued br flea InO Oue r tttffiNnv CO TOfdo O- We UM uadrntncd bays known 1 J Char tor the Urt H Ttmn lid bHlnte blm prrtrctlr two crab la ttl builD a iruMutKxu and ODMiruil able to city out any obllratlon nude by bu oral WALBIXO KINMAN A lARva WbolnaJo Unlaced TbWo O irA Cktnh lire t Mtmully afllw tfkKUr e6 the blood ins nnxom nirtan ol II 1t 118 irtit trot 1rtct 7S crata pri smut K M by all Drurchta Tak Htjra I MlrylHii for conitlnauoo Wnnledj Ever on to come nnd- IIIY me tho doctor Cunnot live or wuter fresh air JHin hlno and now nnd clothe nosoU with climate Fit loaves are out of style 111 u Stanford WARNING All unpaid accounts or tho Huston vlllo Holler Mill Co not paid by the lt of January will bo put into tine nandrt an attorney for collection Tills moans everybody sa2 TO OUR LNCOLN FRIENDS You have a spools invitation to Inspect our Christians holiday line consisting of Cut lass Arts nnd Crafts ware Ivory Art work Jx wneye candles toys in fact anything you may want for p present for old or young We can save you money Reynold Evans Junction City Ky The Lincoln county Medical Socie ty mot in Dr Peytons office Della V10 and elected tho following officers for tho ensuing year President Dr W P HIckle Hubblo Vice President lr CaUlwo Way n6burs Secretary Dr lit M Phil Inns Stanford Censors Ur Acton Klrravlllo Dr T W Singleton Me Klnney Dr L P Jones Crab Orch ard and Dr W J Childress Huston vlllo Dr Acton was reelected dole gnll In the state meeting Aq oxttcutrlx of the estate of Miss Rhoda Lvneford 1 will on court dRY at t oclock P M JANIAUY f th mil Fell tho following bank stock 27 ores First National flank 2 Rharoi In Lincoln County National llanl and K lt shares In the State Hank Trust Co of Stnrford KY MATTIB V KIUUY Bxx- 84C For Sale169 12 acres of land DOW five room cottage three porches pantry hall etc large barn 10 stalls ghtd and good loft Muggy houso hen house etc Tbo piace Is well watered buildings all now and lone ing Rood This Is a good farm and wlU sell at a bargait price only 65 per acre Apply to K R Hughes How To Get Your Mot eys Worth A fool and his money soon part says Judge Wise but a wise man buys his Xmas presents from the following list of use ful articles at CummIns ff wearens PHOENIX MUFFLERS 50c t- o1ECKTIES25 S 50 and 5150 HATS ALL PRICES 10YrSUITS s1 to 2C SUSPENDERS 25 to uGLOVES 10cto5 SILK HOSE60c to 2OVER COATS 2 to 2E i SHIRTS25c to 2se SWEATERS 50c to 3COLLAR BOXES 1 to 250 MENS BELTS 25c to 2HANDKERCHIEFS Large assort ment Ladles shoes In Velvet Suede or Patent Cuff Links Scarf Pins ot cets Mufflers In New Designs 2Sc to W I tW1 H HOO O- fOO H H 13 I THla TORE IS THE HOME OF HART SCHAFFNER IIMMtClIt111f p WELL FITTING CLOTHES Theres no patent on the idea df wearing plain well fitting clothes ssor isthere a copyright on selling emsrOnly so many people don t wear Van or so many dealers dontsell em thai its always worth noting Were ale itiS to sell clothes and we do We seB good ones but that doesnt mean they 1 I are dear We buy carefullyfrom mak I ers we can depend upon pay forget ami- j good cloth good lining goodwcefe manship and good fit And we sal at a moderate profit tL W W i PERKINSYIIICRAB ORCHARD KENTUCKY r I i c IL R Hughes T W Humble W o MDt ISUGGESTIONS FOR THAT XMAS GIFT ac Fancy Jabots Umbrellas Black Silk Hose Collar and Cuff Bottf Colored Silk Hose SuitCases t 1 Belts New Velvet Hoard B7IriDt Silk and Wool Scarfs Toys Galcjtr Combs and BarrettcsCo1IanA- ND ANYTHING YOU WANT IN UPW DATE DRY GOODS SHOES NOTIONS ETC I HUGHES MARTIN CO Dry Goods Notions Shoes STANFORD KENTUCKY a L II tr PAGE NIX TIlE STANFORD KENT ICKY INTKltlOK JOURNAL FRIDAY DECKMBKR 101110I We will have every thing you are looking for in the Holiday line We will have Jewlery ofall kinds watch cal1dieswhat they want for XMAS L L SANDERS Crab Orchard Ky I More Letters to Santy uMUion Junction Kv JJeAT flrtBta t rtk4trght 1 irould write and tell- S4IJA Heat 1 muni for Chrstmns 1- rraf c Jarsp doll and n ring and u k ctftrA andtense furs fled a coconut z4 em cattily and some oranges i ii 4 aD juid solo Ire crackers and arty roman candles and tome fruit aStt a JUH and a larfte roman can 4 JE asul nuts So I will close from j HOSS1K HALEY ji Santa I am a good UUU girl and Ij rsr you to COOK to see qte PleMo wins me a locKotn ring a set of tarn A r t ol furniture for my dull and a rmr of too kid glove I doa t think i hate uuked for too much as Xmas tiw+s lust once a rear Your little JtfvW1- 18ABKLUA II ttARHBN r t1tlPsu Old Santa andtslMip IJ t5A7 OSOME WATCHES AND SKLQCKS WATCH CHAINS AND FOBS WATCH FOBS WATCH STICK PINS BELT BUCK JLE B KNIVES AND SETS NAP lKH KINGS LINE OF Ky It F D No 2 IJubauks Santa I nin a little girl nine years old go to ichool orory day I would lie to ylstf if you would bring ino Snlu nice presents Some side combs two omupts and some applet and any tulnu 9141 you haywish flood bvo fold Santa KTlim C DUN Hubble Ky Banta Chvts fDCftrIIUlo girl seven years od ild like fur you to bring ube a stove a set of dishes n irtctur oolca dull and souls candy trult IshlnnfI am a good llttle boy nail I want you to come to see me and 1 want you to bring mo pome ornngon and randy end bring nw n bovlln alley saddle lyidlf and whip and box of tools and some books and tome knts CHAS 1 0 YKLI V1THKUS EVER SEEN IN HAND PRINTEP RT CHINA BRASS IN ARTS AND CRAFTS 3IUVER AND SETS LINE OF COLD AND SILVER HEAD Junction Ky ily Dier Santa I thought I would write xnu tell you what 1 wont for Us r ft pl tol and n train nnc n fuiitmm 1btlr nnd n cap and n parr or bo s a rocky hone nndit pair of gloves oreen ass some some can dy and n coconut nnd sonic flrccrtick en and a large roman cnndlo un nulls and tome roman candles Your tiuir- FIIV HAUCV1 My Doer Old Santa 1 am going to write you a lsite- to troll you what I want tor Xmas lam iupputing you at mjr home riirtitttiuia I want you to bring me a mast rocky horse awl pop sun Qld Sant dont forget my little I tmuv you wont forget to bring me onuwinata and cacdio It you want to asK Mk any question mil In over the tele phone ifKJ dogs JOK PAXTON MRtitSUKt Dear Uuma 1 am a good bps an Itrtflaauri cho H cork gun utlVI a express wagon cnJ n ricyclr frlegdUR iANDSDME GIFTS AT POPULAR PRICES VyyY YJ Large Assortment Useful And Substan lial Articles J ro ro J JJ The task of deciding what to select for our friends fort Christmas Gifts is not an easy one however it has be come much easier since useful and substantial articles ar 4seA Customers will find in our store articles for gifts for everyone All are the latest designs of the best suggestion2bL jmi ense lines u DIAMONDS AND PINS tCtrRMS jSLy FORKS iSPOONS CARVING HANDSOME i CUT GLASS DANVILlt TOILET MANICURE BEAUTIFUL FOUNTAIN PENS HANDSOME UMBRELLASI n YyIebalton i brother I suitable Souvenir Spoons WE HAVE AN ELABORATE DIS I PLAY OF THESE BEARING DE SIGNS OF LOCAL INTERESTS NO THING NICER FOR A GIFT WE HAVE ALL THE PUBLIC BUILD INGS AND OTHER SCENES We have many other handsome articles and as we are making especially low prices to the Christmas Trade you win not only secure something nice but save money by calling on us v8 Q E McWATERS Danville WFICIAt RAILROAD TIME INSPECTORMAIN ST OPP GILCHEREXFERT REPAIRING SPECIALTY tf J cfear Santa IlMire bring mo a train tuxl Indo and icioe fraltn and onndy dlliPLUL18oDear Sunty Please dont forgot to bring tillamlyOAKLAND JAJIfRS j t a Santa Claus = I iIwill write lo eu anti tell you west I want for Xrrtns I wan torr1QokCtmri rflil IVA VllANniS iicplLi- c Dar Santa Claiu t want you to please Wing IlK allat er ohUUrow Yowa JfAKV JIOOVK Har Sqta tlant I win wftto yoli n letter to tell you what I Want for Xmas I want ngLanenasoA A111181LaHeRr Srtnta Claw I Gtiugthrhhair mo YourIIUOONK Dear Santa Claus j I W111 write you a letter to tell yon what 1 wont for Cbrlaiiuan 1St want some candy and a toy rabbit Grapes plums and bananas From ALBI ItT MILUKK D flr Santa Clnus I thought I would write voua letter to tell you what to bring me o drangesthlns llko romnn cannons lire crack ere and sky rockets for Cbrlstman net night then I wilt have n good that night Your friend RAYMOND U HOLTZCLAW Uonr Santa unuiI want you to bring me some GunapnseI pair cf skates jOLYDF Free RemedyI Helps Children Many a mother has learned of a way of avoiding sickness ivj her family es pccially the children by the luusemous laxative Dr Caldwells Syru Pepsin This offer of the doctors t send a free sample bottle has been rc sponded to by thousands of women in all parts of America I This Dr Caldwell Syrup Pepsin Is truly wonderful laxative and Clpeclall adapted to tlio nccUx of babies an children becauso It Is pleasant to tate and no child will refuse it Then it 1 mild and never crlpei It Is all tha a childs remedy should be though It In a good laxative for tho whole family because It Is effective at all ages It Is simply not dynamic like salts pill and powerful cathartics which ahoul not be given to children anyway I Nine times out of ten when a child complains and you dont know exactly what Is the matter with It It needs a laxative Its bowies are constipated Syrup Pepsin will correct the trouble tone up child and soon It will be well again over night wonderful re suits have been secured with Syrup Pepsin You can buy It of any druggist a fltty cents or a dollar a bottle the latter being the family slzn but you Invited to make a test of It first at the doctors expense Send him your ad dross today and he will send you else sample bottle direct to your home Then when satisfied buy It of yourtav grit druclstIp liurchaseration lie has specialized In stomach Ereadero chare All are welcome to write adrlceemteW IL CsYweU m Caldwell rsatkelto ni Ue r Santn Claus It bI 11lookfnga doll and a little rocklnf iiwir seat lJetUrCLARANCg OIN Doer Krin 1rlaglq = fourroaryou n you would liot bract ine X nap i want n Kea plyrrult1ltIWIImIrleart JA3I8H IIKUl tCNULUMAS Ur 0lIl east t a i iIled would bring me as marry tier fOtItlnslcWe to write pee a sluirt IUr and I8nt1utllied td a set of dWte anti IQIIWo HICO trait and ramir IVom IHilKN ilOHKIH 111111111111 I Santa Claua rI will write you and tl1 yt+r Want you to bring s- Nflllt 1 n gUll OntpRDA Rnd brother Jnulrc weal R wnRonrantL Run find nutI and randy stator won to doll and llttU riots Dear Sun wit will bo goad xIV and Kills II you will come to JOel us grant JAMKS vouour M Jenr Santa I thought I would write lo lt XmasIozen of nilfoII7AIIHru Dear Old Snntn Claus ycaruidoll and brliiR her n a llttle bed nod JnanIfrloudI u lu thDearoldIllttle toe mil same doll dishes and somoiIIK8SIB MAY YADK HOLIDAY FARES VIA I ROUTy15 1G 17 11 88 2a SI X5 al vi i lIrlllugtieirst ngont for purUrultin or wrltt AoIKXINUYONKY Crab Orrlmrd Ky tsar Santa rimii batdOIV 1 nm going to tell you what I trnlutyou would like tn lonvo me I nm rt jsnod turtle boy 1 will haute up try fourdldlleIMRNKTrW SANDKRS Iear Santa Claus nndJboybrlnhave and do not forget tIo little poor friendebear Bntn Claus I went you to brinK roe n pair of skates n doll n set ol doll dlslios YoureOLADYS AIINOID Dear Santa VI bring me n train and n GLUe doggy and some fruit und candy and sled fCOSOlT lIUjaDLE SHEltON I l ear4lrata tlatn i 1 am a Rood little girl nuj I want you to romp foul rre me 1b i lrtins tw powpttuti oranK fi and care and n doll bet and n pair ot roitrot H L nll USA sad n I All ut mlij SMUt and a puts of kfil siovm xnu kWetlev Your good little Krl- MAtlCltC VOOH IYNN tlalrr t unb 1laa r r+y tnn t ms rap sir Run anti taonky that ilimini HP time string ot JIlt M aid and film fa e train 111findiHnte excopt th dolls Your tooil i little boy ItOUkltr voUM KMint t t Dear SII Ht Clnus r want you to f ln f nnn mr a tWl aM doe bwl und nv no t rand PletMe brine little nary Cat rU N HI tlrt A nice IHtl doll asp wl HMI bo pfce little firt and look fur MMI thank you old Rasa be sure tn canto MAItTHA RAN BY iHar Santa insI RIM a smut democrat boy and 1 do not like doll so will you picas b ring ins a wagon nnd a horn too CLVHBNCli TATK IUNSFOItD 1Iraar Santa Glaus I am n little irtil liv yr old 111 you IMo bring me a n cr biet nt fruit lots of tttndy a nice nut t T IIIttIhlMAItTHA UNSFORD Dimr Snntn- viii you pii i e brlnj tnt n doll tint will go to Klcep and loin of can r dy ipplea and oronwi such nil little girls llko to have This U front little V KII7A IUNSIXltD Dear Han la Claus I am elghl yours old timid I want you to bring me n blR doll and rnndy end npplf t mend nrvunRea and tliMi bring Julia lUlU Kmmn and lomethlnfc good my di nr giant will you please take little Farr anrtdatCbnxrKey might forgot to write to you bps door Snntn Clans Sill HKU UOUHItH Iliutunvllle Ky Dear Old Hnntn flium Ilea bring nn M gun that Will shoot shot a loon and a try ycle Jroru- OJIm C UUUIIUH In disorders and dis eases of children drugs seldom do good and harm jbathingremedies Scotts Emulsion is the foodmedicine that not only nourishes them most but also regulates their digestion It itawonderful tonic for chil dren of all ages They rapidly gain weight tend health on small doses FOR 8AIK BY AM DRUGGISTS Seed IDs setae of paper end IbU ad for our betuUtul Seders Bank and Childs BkttcbBook Ucb bank coUlos a Good luck Penny SCOTT A SOWrtt 4M r M St H Y REAPING BENEFIT From The Experience of Stanford People Wo are fortunate indeed to bo able to proHt by the experience of 9 i tsar neighbors The public utterance ol Stanford residents on the following subject will Intercut nnd benefit thou sands of our readers Head this statement No better proof can bo j had John T llarnetto carpenter How I Innd Street Stanford Ky says J used n great number of kldnoy tome I dye in the past three years and cun paY that Doans Kidney Pills brought me the first relief My work obliges me to do heavy lifting and stooping at time and this weakened my kid noys I suffered from n pain across the small of my buck thnt often be tame so Intent 1 as unable to do anything I was feeling miserable when I learned of Darns Kidney Iillt mid they wore recommended so high ly that 1 procured n supply at BhuRars end Tanm rs Dntp Store This reme dy gate almost Instant relief stud for hat reason gladly recommend it For sale by all dealers Prlco POc FottcrMllburn Co IHiIfulo New York solo ncenU for the United States Remember the name Doans and H take no outer rrrrrrr rilrrrreHI- GHESTI I For WE All PAYiFarm Produced HIDES AND FURS WANTED j I MLAND I I- rrrrrrrrrrwrrrrrrl ninnfoM Ivy We Want t 1urkeys Bring them in at once and we will pay you the highest Market Prices H B Northcott T K Tudor Mgr PHONE 153 STIRRING TIMES wo are having In the building line We carry a full MHO of lime plaster cement and overruling else needed tor building Kverythtng purchased hero will be found of tbo bOlt qUAIl ty and tho best for intended purposes t Wo will save you trouble and uaaocea sary ciponio by sending to us tier as estimate J A ALLEN Stanford Ky FOR SALE PRIVATELY I My farm or 101 acr near May wood Ky Hood improvement all ticcesmry outbuildings well watered and good orchard 758 SAM ROBERTS Maywood Ky HANGINGSHELF FOR CELLAR I Curtain Hung Around Fruit Jars Ex eludes Dust and Keeps Out Flies to Great Extent By J WESLEY aiUFKIX We used to wrap all of our glass fruit jars with paper to exclude the light Now wo bavo a curtain hung Hanglnp Shelf around the shelf as shown by the dotted lines In the drawing It II tacked along each side joist to the edge of the center joists What light Cots In between the joists amount nothing and the arrangement toI a good ventilation for tho closet a curtain around tho cellar shelf and see bow well the fruit keeps It also keeps out dust and flies to a great extent I The Gipsy Brown Tall Every farmer should take pains to learn to recognise at sight the various stages of tho gipsy brown tall and many other of our Insect pests and they should be Instructed by the IItaloI how to manage the war against If farmer A keeps his orchard and trees free from brown tails and neigh bor U just over the fence leaves lot of those pests on samo of his tree1I that are out of tho jurisdiction of I town or tats how can farmer A expect to get ahead In hit tight against the lwSlI Thu well tilled silo forestalls dry pasture worry One and onehalf bushels of wheat are ample to sow an acre The successful farmer finds weed leg to do In the flocks as well as the fields You can find many chunks of wood about the farm Save them all for the stove I Every weed that Is killed before going to seed makes next years Geld the cleaner Manure that is spread upon the field will not waste Its fertility This Is not the case with the piles in the barnyard Decs use water to dilute the heavy thick honey left over from winter to I make it suitable for the young larvae and also to make the cell wax pliable Onions squashes pumpkins and sweet potatoes should be stored In a dry trost proof place most cellars are too damp and a room or attic Is usually a better place Keep some kind of a crop growing In the garden the otire season If nothing else Is done sow wheat or rye on tho vacant places to ktep weeds from springing up and maturing seed Weeds ripen In a very short time if they are allowed to grow A DREADFUL WOUND r from a knife gun tin can rusty nail llroworkt or any other nature de mantle prompt tnwtmont with tine kns Arnica Salve to prevent blood poison T snngrono Its the quickest surest healer lor nil surli wounds as i lra for barn bolls tores eruptions peKcina lapped hands corns or Pitea K cents at Pennys Drug Storo USEFUL IN HEATING WATER I In Hog Kllling Time Device Shown I Illustration Is of Greatest Value on Farm A crane is very useful In healin water during hogkllllng time or when ever a kettle is to bo suspended ove a fire Set a heavy post firmly int tbo ground tamping In a shovelful o coarse gravel or stone and attach bar of Iron at the proper ofJCrane for An Open Fire near the bottom To an eyebolt the top attach a chain letting It down through the end of the which should be in the shape fork The length of the chain will determine tho distance of the kettle I from the ground CeleryIefertilizers influence the disease of eel ry known as black heart and a series of experiments was carried on at tb Florida experiment station In whic 6 formulas of fertilizers wore tested Plats receiving nitrate of soda and kalnlt wore uniformly severely at tacked by the disease unit those plats which received fertilisers consisting of bone meal fish scrap and high grade sulphate of potash gave best re suits NewLawn All new lawns should be covered with well rotted manure or other com mercial fertilizer late In the tall Five hundred pounds of the latter to the acre is a good proportion Some gar dears think that the use of stable manure encourages weeds Fertilizer for Fruit Commercial fertilizers rich In pot ash Is needed for fruit trees it strengthens and builds up the wood as adds flavor to the fruit When they strong and vigorous apply nitrate of soda in the early spring- MARVELOUS DISCOVERIES mark tho wonderful progress of the age Air lllghts rm heavy machines telegrams without wires terrible war Inventions to kill men and that won Or of Wondora Dr Kings Now ills iovory to save life when threaten ed by coughs colds la grippe nth ma croup bronchitis hemorrhages hay fever and whooping cough or lung trouble For nil bronchial affections It BBS no equal It rnllevos Instantly its the surest CUM James M Hlack of Ashevlllo N e U n Np of writes It ourod him of an obstinate congn after all other remedies tailed SUe and E1 A trial bottle free ouarau teed by Pennys Drug Store Its mighty cold driving now Si our fine line of lap robe storm fronts earring heaters and coal J McClary I M DUNN PRES H D STILES VPRES HENRY McWILLIAMS MGR VAN WINKLE SECTREAS J C DAVIS BOOKR A ASST SEC Peoples Tobacco Warehouse Company q INCORPORATED For The Sale of Loose Leaf Tobacco I 4PERYVILLE ST 1 BLOCK FROM Q i C DEPOT J DANVILLE KENTUCKY THE LARGEST AND BEST EQUIPPED HOUSE FOR LOOSE LEAF TOBACCO IN THE BURLEY DITRICT SOUTH OF THE KENTUCKY RIVER AND THE ONLY HOUSE OF STEEL CONSTRUCION SHEL TER FOR 50 LOADED WAGONS AND STALLS FOR ONE HUNDRED HORSES Free Stables and Free Insurance WE OFFER THE REST POSSIBLE FACILITIES FoM SELLING LOOSE LEAF TOBXCCO AND WITH OUR SPLENDIDLY LIGHTED HOUSE IT WILL PAY YOU TO COME AND SEE US BEFORE MAK INO ANY ARRANGEMENTS FOR DISPOSING OF YOUR TOBACCO v iifrf nl efea t w i vi A tt a W v R tint La v i to 1AUI alkl- flflrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrr rrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrr rrrrrrrrrrrrIr ar X1rfld rreent Wagoo h Of Every Description For Young People and Older People WAGONS Two Carloads to Select From WAGaNB nr I Remember that with Every 50c Purchase you are gfaa Chance on a 2500 Doll Greatest Display ever offered ath I 1 Mahan Grimes DANVILLE KENTUCKY a v IIM IIrrrrrrNrrrrrkrrrrr IrrilslruMIIIIIUU dSTOCKHOLDERS MEETING A meeting of the stockholders of tho National Dank of Hnstonvllle will beheld at their banking house In Hustonvilli the second Tuesday In January 1011 between 9 and 12 A M for the of electing directors tu servo tbe ensuing year- J WHocktr Cashier STOC HOLD MMEETING A meeting of the stockholders of the First Notional Bank of Stanford will be Ueld nt their banking house the second Tuesday In January 1111 for tho purpose of electing director for tho ensuing year H CRaunhman Cashier STOCKHOLDERS MEETNIG A inwnns of the stockhold rti l r ill Lincoln County National Hank of will bo held at their bntxU JRnU1IW M Bright CashierI r r rrrr rrrr r r- I POSTED r- rrrrrrrrtrrrThe hunUng season is upon us and nearly everyone wants to post his place The charge Is 25 cents cash with name K B Dtnham T A Rico- J W Hughes M J Hoffman M F Lawrence J H Acton- J S Harris J W Itaughman l nod Dan mm t David Steven S H Baughman J H Haughinnn Nevin Carter Olwinron k Campbell Frank Cordler Will Cornier Christ Jacob M II Lytle FURSJOHN v J G Carpenter James SnsJWu rDr Itattic White W n DauffawCSl il C Andersoa John M Goea w Ar Traylor D M Afttfeswaa J A Totter Jk U Thonsrtxxa O P Newland J H Htmtlcw Harris Woods K CurtU Mrs Mattle H Ilewes Gus Gclszl John MoI latK4ft Fred VonOnwnlgnnvJ J HKiwflt A KIelbasa Jocob 0anars Misses Sallio and BetUeCftrtfcv J H Carter FWI ftriI S Garner K B amea Jas M Carter Sr Mrs R L WTJl mr- II C Baughman A J JobAt eas P W Carter J w Fffc C AI Allen Mrs RL It Carpenter T 1 Baughman COANDfiIDES U We Cordially Invite Yom To Sell Your Tobacco With Us TI We feel that we are justified in telling you your tobacco w1 bring as much money if sold over our floors as any marker tiicountry Louisville and Lexington not execpted For the past ten days we have made a better averat daily per hundred than either Louisville or Lexington We now have seven permanent buyers located fin Btville buying for the largest factories in this and fbrefgn countriesFOR PAST TEN DAYS THERE HAS BEEN A STEADY INCREASE IN PRICES CMfcv SOME GRADES OR OVER 50 PER CENT BUYERS PRONOUNCE OUR NEW HOUSE ON WXCNOrsT STREET THE BEST LIGHTED HOUSE IN CENTRAL KENTUCKY T HE BEST EVIDENCE afTTHtKs THAT OUR AVERAGE HAS BEEN BEST PER HUNDRED THAN ANY OTHER HOUSE IN DAKWC e WE CHARGE NOTHING FOR REJECTIONS YOUR TOBACCO IS INSURED THE MINUTE IT7GKirs rtt TO OUR DOORS AND YOUR CHECK IS READY FOR YOU IN THIRTY MINUTES AFTER HiSiUEA OVER SALES WILL BE HELD EVERY DAY EXCEPT SATURDAY DURING THE SEASON WR4TE4V FOR INFORMATION x Danville Tobacco Warehouse Company c I INCORPORATED 1 wai o I f n L rfitiE EIGHT THE STANFORD KENTUCKY INTERIOR JOURNAL KltlDAY DKOEMDKK 16 1U10 I rrrrrrrrrrrrrr1- 1I JIjMUUrrrrr I i UERrrrrrrrr 11UrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrUrrrra0F j I Ladies Tailored Suits f r i jcthe few remaining days until Christmas we will offer many rei I rkable bargains in ladies suits and dresses We J ivt below as clear an idea reductions as is possible but you will appreciate them much more when you seethe garments I Suits at 9954 We offer a big lot of finely tailored suits made of strictly allwool materials cut in the latest models and in all colors and blacks and mixtures All sizes from 32 bustto 45 bust The prices of these have been 1850 20 and25 and now we offer them choice for 005 Dresses 995 t Fzpiece dresses at 995 The materiale are Serges Silks Eolians etc in a variety of desirable colors and blacks All strictly new and uptodate models that sold at from 18 to X22 choice 995 A ROBERTSON BRO i j IaDANVILLE KENTUCKY t ifirf- e Co I s 7 T We have everything that would make a heart glad gSfis from 25c to 150 Scarfs 25c to 250 Ehoenix 50c to 150 Silk Sox 5c to 200 hits 25c to ti v 250 r Suit Cases 75c to 850 Suspenders lOc to 100i Coat Sweaters 25c to 350 Sit Handkerchiefs 25c and 5001 We also have the Worlds stan I dard Clothing Griffon brand-t 1 I Fancy Vests Odd Trousers Rain I 1 oatiSi Overcoats and Cravenettes I The Crossett Shoe and Stetson I qijj IIatst J Jr SamRobinso Stanford I 4 THE FARMERS Farm For Sale Nice home with 10 acres of land at Hayden Station on 1 k N Wm Porter Lancautor Ky 821 I will grade tobacco at 1 per hundred furnish hands Rood tyora nnd ftrlppra and will make your crop Into twists or cigars lit 20 cents per pound Lot me have your crops W G Dunn Crab Ky There came to my place on Green river near Jumbo ono male hog about C months old black with sandy spots weight when he came to place 40 pounds Owner can get same for pay- Ing for his keep and other charges Hog has been In my possession since September last Allen Iurphy Stray hog at my place Owner ca pet same lv paying for this nollc- and keep Jas Measer For rert 100 here farm Write Thompson Uro Kings Mountain Ky 814LortRod steer weighing nbout 775 pounds nuts horns Reward for return to James Yowell Huntonvllle 82 it Having sold the St Asaph hotel wo have lor solo cheap five nlca Jamnr cows good milkers also three two yenrold and 6 yearling JlrrlY heir en all fnM blooded and tine stock Farris and Hardln Stanford S37 Vantrd Second hand pony rig buggy nod hnrncHis second iiund violins oH razors relics of all kinds W U Dunn Crab Orchard Kv lo+ tJ U6nr shoats black left ears cropped weight about 40 pounds Liberal reward N W Fowle Stan fordSI1mlosItook up a lot of hogs nt 7 cent J T Illceby had a valuable horspto get its lee broken Z P Italian bought 20 uhoat of George Floono at 6 a 4c- Ceo H Colson sold some fat hogs at 7 to S cents J S IfitttiB sold wile hogs to Rev J K Roberts at S cents lc nr8 G A Drown and 11 T Pettits sold their tobacco at an average of 8 cents Lutes ft Avnm1 snt in J U Whit hoimc this week eight yearling cat tle at from JI S7 to 4 Lutes Jones sold 75 hogs at 6 34 rents nlll punch or yearling cattle to hoccli of Unrrard at 4 cents The tobacco crop of K IV and = J Hi Woods brought good price nt tho Danville wnrchouHe this week and a number of others who tad caiya received good prices forJt Sora6ot the prices received were na follows Roberts Hutchinson Uarrard conn ty averaged 18- Vm Hnrvsy Lincoln county aver Suits at 1950IAt this Price we offer about 100 of the very highest grade mantailored suits made in New York These are tailored in the very best possible manner handsomely lined and in all the new rough materials i Broadcloths Serges and mixtures All sizes from smallest to extra large sizes Were 35 and 3750 now at 1950 i f Cloaks Fine Furs We are offering our entire line of La 1ties Misses and childrens Cloaks at veryJ ti decided reductions h I If you are interested in fine fursReal m Furs we can save you money on real Minks Foxes and especially Black Lynx 1I anc Black FOX furs J B Mufflers aged 1- W0009 Harvey Lincoln county averaged 1360 J4JLJflISCII avorneediAt thc cole of Elmer Deathernge last Wednesday fair prices were rest lied Tho bidding was not as aplrlted as it Knould have been owing to tho presence of the republican who wore downcast over tile election and the democrats wfco were so Jubilant they spent most of tine time talking about the results In Ohio and New York and forgot to bid on good stuff offered by Muleeowes for 5445 mlloh cows brought from 30 toI SevernJtilce heifers brougnt iss IIr Deathrza was only disposing of n lot of surnUjg stock and several blooded hor lewero taken down on nceount of the low prices offered CINCINNATI MARKETS Cincinnati nee IOUsCattletot- eipls 78W market slow fair to good rtilpp re MfOflplOfi common f22f t tT6 Hop liecrtpts Z71K mnrkot ittlvo and 2V higher butchers nnd ihlpper I775W7KO common K7Gf 7SU ShHMt Uecelpt H7G market toady JXOS limits ill rYet tlrld n1rIII NOTICEI To piy rrlendii suit patrons It secinn tliflt tho report hna been In aoini way circulates that li THK niv lulcntlon to Ieivvt Stanford nodtRime your mate lily rhlid 1111 on account o ftho time vtliool which 1 think one of tho bfvt In the ftilo and tho patronogo extended me In mv hunlnesa as well nc the many manyy kin+ hwsses extended mu and my family by the kindest bcoplc 1 have ever met makes mo thlnU of nnytl ln oleo than leave Aift uriug nil or menus of my appro clitlon of pant courtenlcH I am fours v0ry truly W S FISH FARM FOB SALE 1 wilt sell prvafoly rily farm of about 250 acres mile and half from Hustonvllle on Danville pike Has bonso of seven rooms all other necessary Improvement and splendid water Can give possession soon J C NEAL Morcland Ky Junction City flit knights of the Maccabees have elected th0 following officers tor 1911 CommanderI 1 Orubb- eUcut Corun II McDonald Record Keeper K A Dunn Finance keeper J Henry Itanal- aIhystcianJ It St Cbnplaln W tL Coaby- Sergeant Jew C Minor 1st Master ol Uuarrt W T Rich nrdKou 2d M of UW A Iulllam Master at ArmsJohn Powell Sentinel K M Cosb Picket W IV Surlxir- Trustee W B Cosby Hall Manager0 A Dunn The Modern Woodmen of America elected the following olllcers fur 1Jll Consul J C Minor AdvUer W B Cosby Hanker Hlmore Tucker GlerkI 1 Onibbs- Ksrort Jamr Osborne VnlchmnnV 1L llatidom SentryR C Surber lhystclanJ U Htorlo Manage C L Ijultt Miss Ruth Kcnne of Indiana In at Dome for n while Prof K L Uruubs began teaching Ida 28nd year of school on Friday Due ilUi having begun his hit year cu tie 9tU 1SS9 at Mlddlvbboro Ky Dr H S Chase wont to Cincinnati last week on lutKlncas The young folks enjoyed coniitlng down hill Int week for four days sod this week are Imvlng tun skating 0 t tho poiuU MrW It Coiby was laid up list woK with n Horo threat Mr Olllu Orubbs of tho U N H It wits at hone lut wok FarmFor Sale prololtynndTuba farm contains 140 acres of nt twist 7f ncreg of good tobacco land two good dwelllnu IIOUBIH 1 foit room horse and hall and good out buildings 1 good tobacco barn which will hold 12 acres ot tobacco good young orchard of 250 trees of best selected fruit such ns apples peac- hesus p nnd clurrles good bored well G2f feet deep stands 4S feet of water on house with three room and oiitbulldlngR nnd wellnnll orch rhd of same number of trees nnd June kind of fruit This farm lies about mile and half buuth of McKinney about one mile from railroad and school 25 acres of cleared land ready for tobacco and five acres In timothy pteadow This Is the the cheapest farm In Lincoln county at the price C R BRAWNER McKinney Ky J PUBLIC SALE laving decided to quit farming and go Vest I will offer nt public pale on + Tuesday December 20th 1910tnt myresidence i t 5Citypike all of my personal property con elating ot j One pray draft horso 8 years old ono sorrel horse 12 years old works anywhere nnd gentle to drive 1 fine l rood DIM 5 years old works nay j jOnltonears old ono bay combined horse AborsoA food workers 4 steer calves 8 hoi 4 lor calves 2 good milk cows and 1Itheifer to be fresh February 7th nit boas ioo pounds each 9 shontn average 100 pounds two 2 horse mowerJtorn planter 3 turning plows 1 gang plow 2 cultivators 1 end goto seeder 2 sots wagon harnens I set buggy tsar none 100 bnrrols of corn SO bushels oats 1r1J hales or timothy 1m 200 bushels ot wheat and many other things used In farming not necessary to inontlon also Settle household rId kitchen furniture one cowboy saddle tiTertneudollars cash In hand ovor that bank note payable twolve months after unto with 0 per cent Interest fromfdote until paid or 6 per cent oft for cnsli No property to be moved tin tit term of nae are complied wltllJ MRS J A SWEARINGIN FOR RENT OR SALEM I place at bolted ovlie containing about aO acres four for tobacco bat i lance In small grain or corn good 10 acre tobacco barn on It JfO8 s E OWSLEY I GET THE GENUINE ALWAYS A substitute Is a dangerous nuiko Eiitlt flIp cluJly In medicine The gcriulnp Foloya lloneyend Tar cures coughs and quickly Is la a yellow package Accept no aabetl tutee For SuoA well improved farm of 20 acres near Alt salem house hold and kitchen furniture stock and Of rtSale r