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Interior journal (Stanford, Ky. : 1905): December 16, 1910 Interior journal (Stanford, Ky. : 1905) 300dpi TIFF G4 page images E.C. Walton Stanford, KY 1910 int1910121601_sn85052021 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Interior journal (Stanford, Ky. : 1905): December 16, 1910 Interior journal (Stanford, Ky. : 1905) E.C. Walton Stanford, KY 1910 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. T r "W.'-w- t '"' t "p " jHr ta;' V W TOLUMH XXX VI L The Interior Journal, STANFORD, LINCOLN COUNTY, KENTUCKY, PIIIDYY DIX'KMflKH lb, 1U10. L NO. 84. MRS. J. L. BEAZLEY GOES TO HER REWARD AWAV OF cryono wa nearly frtucn. Tho fob lowing morning It required six hor ten to haul the hearse to tho ihurch tben to 'lie burying ground. DANVILLE IS STILL A "DRY" TOWN "MUCH ADO ' MONDAY. T. LUN3FORD WANT8 PRI2E8 COURT OF APPEALS PASSES ON TO BE PRESENTED BY 8TUDENT8 Master Commissioner Oeo. D. Plor B. OFFERED NOBLE WOMAN PA88E8 TWO LOCAL OPTION CASES FOR BE8T PLAN AT OPERA HOU8E HERE ON one,, sold a number of valuable, pieces AFTER BRAVE FIOHT TO FIX ROADS. DECEMBER, 27th. OTHER OPINIONS OF or Lincoln county property to setPROMINENT FAMILY. RAISE WILL FARMER9 CASEY INTEREST. tle up various estates, at nuctlon Mr, Kdltdr Of Interior .fnnrnal The students of the Stanford grad- Monday. LITTLE TOBACCO. Thcr,, punned from earth to heaven ed school will present the great Tho Coiirt of Appeals this weok In the ease 'f Waynesburg Deposit Dear Sir: on Tuesday December, ISth, UHO, the I have seen several onijlo in corned) "Much Ado Vluiut Hank v C. W. Utuwart, tbreo bares Mlddlrburg, Dec. Kith imssed upon two Important local oprptrlt of one or Stanford's best loved your paper and have heard consider- Mnny of th,. runner or thl neck tion cases, reversing the Hoyle Cir- Nothing"' nt tho opera Iioufi; hero ot Wnyncsburg wonon, Mr. Roberta (liven Hnrley bnnk stock wero ...I- - sum Although iti0 won known to tin sen ol tlm wood will cut out the Hilt cuit court In both case The courier-Jo- TuoFday evening Dec i" Tho cast bought by President L. O. Oooch ot tlon In in regard to the road que. Lincoln county, but no one ir ehiiracters will bo as follows. report ot the first the bank nt $12.. ously Ml (or days, the announcement tob.icco crop without Interference nt urnal' ba suggested a remedy. CAST OF CHARACTERS: To cttlo up the estate or John Tray of her death was n shock to hor host tho nlglit rider or anv other disturb- is: Now hy your permission ot space In tho ones of the Hoard of Council Don I edro, Prince of Arrngon lor, deceased, the distillery property, of Irlrndn nnd relatives. She became ing element. They didn't go Into tho Kussell Drown containing seven acres was bought by in tbo I. J I mil RVe my pan or ttio wlfo of J I. Bonxley on the 1Mb, liUHlnoH of mining th,. weed for their of tb; city or Danville against, Hunk system by which the road mny be If. S. Traylor lor $1.2.10. The Traylor of December l'JOt nnd tor nlno health or tho fun of tho thing. Mint Kaum, from lloylo county, the law Don John, Hrothor to Don Pedro WnlhiCp Singleton home place containing 248 acres waa worker more economically, systematitho she was the Ideal wlfo nnd i nd broad lor their families wn mnny wa certified, the court holding that y?r cally and satisfactorily. Now ror ray ntso bought by Mr. Traylor at $60 an the local option law I In force In Cluiidto, a young prince or Vcnlco Inter th model mother She leaves ii.nin Inducement but doubtlcs Coleman acre, tho sale amounting to $14,880. plan. tough blcuit It in Danville under thP pclnl net passed Harris two children, n son, it.itow.noil, eight ot tli m will eat Let the county be divided In four nny biscuit. In con In tbo l M. flooding and W. II voir old nnd n bnby girl ono month deed they huvo prenent low price of by tbo legislature In 1&!M. Knutn was Henedlrk, n young lord of Padua Morrison Hright Hancy case a house and lot was divisions like our school dlvlrlons or lined I00 nnd 40 day In Jail for old, to the tender care of husband e.iipienre of the magisterial district, Nos. 1, 2, 'j nnd ' silling a pint or whisky without hav- l.eonato, Oovernor of Mesclnn. n gentle the crop on hand. bought by L. It. HughoH ror $710. nnd drnr one, Hera 4, and let loscph Hopper llallntyne who ha been ing licence. He appealed to tho cirK"V Jnme In tho enso ot J. It. Cook vs P.lla man on all the rrnglstrnte be chairplrlt nnd Iter silent influence wn occasions. Let him apLeonnto lor all that was good nnd pure nnd punching for tho llaptlt church cuit court, and Judg,. Hauflcy, who Antonio, brother to William McCnrtv Joslln, 30 ncres of land In the Deep point three good practical men from Well woods was Jjoueht by, J. i. Hie dirreient truo. To those who nrc bowed down here for th,. past nine month eloed. ha ulnce died, decided that the gen-oior his division, sections local option law repealed the llnltlinrnr, servant to Don Pedro. White for with anguish we can point to tho his work Hund.iy afternoon, nnd Itov. ns road to redlstrlct John M. II. Water In the ult of Mcllce's nelrs. to Uie roadscommissioner Pnther above who has given a comfort i' V Clauncb, ol llnrrodMburg will rperlnl net and that n no election tor in not less John M Waters stdtl" the estnto or the late W. O take charge ol the work Juno local option had been held under the Hracblo r to th troubled henrtii of earth. than 3 nor more than 6 miles In Win. P. Crimes Mclleo tho who bn hnd tbo (J. II. .lone M'ucral law, therefore Danville had Cnnradn house nt Turlirs-vlll- o each In early life she became n member with power to conon lever for a vear or nioro stnrtid no local option, law, nnd that llaum Pollowers ot Don John. wa bought by W. II. McWbor-to- demn any road bed that in the Christian church, nnd cannot bo .Tlios. Colemnn Mondny to tbni Stale to Ik- - iibiient cculd not ly lined except under the Dog llerry rr.r $4Ut!.1S. ol Its most loynl nnd faithful mem-hemudo a good road bed and view out . . Lester O'Hannon i'rioIn the ease of Martin McCormack a suitable road bed nnd condemn umie Hi pc month or moie. Ilo took statute rixlng n penalty ror selling and Tho court here I (Jflces ol nollce In Messina. vn John Klffe'8 lwlra a houso at lleiwley was tlm daughter ol with him Mr. (I A. I'mltf tint der without license Mr purchase It ror road bed. Let It be I Inrry Helnbnrt nn opinion by Judge Hob-so- Kcncool wna solO to Mrs. Laura Uirfe the duty or said commissioners to Uio laic Sowoll (livens, one of the gun. nnd promhed to send u n me Joseph Hill for $:ioo. reviewing all tlie former decisions Oatcnlc vctdH'in ihoiild be lw so lurkv lent known clllfons of Lincoln conn-- i buivey and glvo metes and bounds with these Watchmen. Hoshlr tier husband bt. to kill n deer, winch I uol nit on the aubject, conclude In til dny ot each subdivision, that It may bo Kd Hunkln nv I Quince nri shoot u few words Prltir Prnncls sunned nd two little one. put on record In the Clerk's oftico lames L'oopei in the air but there I very itnM: "Tle local option Inw I In force In Sexton jHustonville. ilio following brother nno .ten these commissioners have fin MrK. A. (1. T little likelihood ot hi performing the HmivMIc. ami Section :it!io Kentucky Hero, daughter of Leonnto W. I' ilrlmn. and Mr Isrnd their labors they shall present Virginia Mrihony Mr. Poisvtlw hide of t deer, though he bn In oil it statute, hnd no effect upon a local Smith, of till their report to tho magistrate of their option net In cities where It i In llcalrbe, niece to Leonnto nt burrird bunting vbiui Hvm in the wot. WooHnlk Mi r.urci Hog killing hns been tht. order of district, with the number ot days . H. W Kate D. Hancy the da- this week. Hharp sold hi hnuehold force. ' ma of Mlildloshnio nnd l.iithei scried nnd the magistrate shall preattendant on nnd mil move to Suturdii Section 34!rt is the general locnl Margaret, of lliirrodbnrg. nnd (leorge r. Mr I). S. Carpenter who ha been sent name Wllllo .Mooro on th; sick list for some week. We suasion ror to Plscal Court when In W. T. Mrtore nnd t". 0. option law imssed in pursunnco of the. tlero iltvens and llowen Uhons, or uti acceptance or rejection. , entity tnlmtro lo H.invllte oxpros pimlsionH of the Constitution Lnuln, (lentlewomtin attendant on nro glad to not,, he Is Improving. lone took It they should make unreasonable The) renllteil about 7e Mnrv M. Mntheny Th.. other ene was a reversnl Ol Hero Koi Joseph lbillon condnrtod ser- Inst week Tintobacco laUor In this section charges ror their labors it shall bo The ;blcr persons Hero and Clnti-id'- with n big force of the judgment In the case ol J P. grabbed thp duty or tho Plscal Court to ious over the remain or till noble lor it Tucker and MiCormacI; boiicbt r Htirlewnod who I now confined In Hentrice and Hencdlck nro con ciilckiy tbeli first season, and now Aomatt nt tho home on Danilllo pike them. It shall also bo tho nnipi enttle of Joe tin' Danville Jail The cause unsign trnsted In pairs. Hero I quiet, gen- Hilly fifty wngon a day come here duty or tho magistrate to notiry each 'ni laid to bunch ol 'hursiluv utter which sh KnturdHy t 4 morn cent. ed b the higher coint for It action tle nnd iirertlnnate yot with Ispright-I- l.onvtly loaded with th,, stripped weed to nwnlt ho renin reetlon by posting three ntlce.s done Actlio-I- I. riomn of our poople nr- having n the mistake that hsd been made sIIIh. Clnudlo's wooing under Mis Annie Huiile Dunn who ha In each subdivision to meet him nt lh oillbenrnr wen- killing time ' Jut now and or or con. bluing two of reuse (ignlnst Mr by irt' b nnd be iloe not sink K T llenilev. Hubert i lkiituhtnnu. been her sister near Row bis olltce or som0 place- detgnated H.ir.lcwood In one Indictment. lie the anguish of Hern'- - dlsgrave nnd land Is borne this week with her par by Mir. to elect a supervisor or road T 1'iu.f. J. II. Wood, nnd T A. (iillvlnK siuire rib nnd smiim?". Honorary - S T Hurrl. C K. iwt tyH made us ay th.it the was charged In the indictment not en yiippoxed doatli. overseer over the luce. ent Mr and Mrs. Wm. Dunn. No o 1) with innlntnlnlng a nuhance on the The main force Is brought out In fate. .1 II Poster. J. C Kutmnk. J A ote on tho graded school bond Sidney Dunbar of the West Kml one will be entitled to vote except he h taken on Sunday Instend of Lebanon, pike, but with selling Ihji or Hentrice, the flippant lively temper-- sold this week to an eastern party be 21 years of ago and a cltl7en of lmdlcmr nnd W M llflght The word "olwervance' til lonl option territory The Court SluilJi cbnrueter nnd Uetifdlck, u wild a t hi eo--i oar-olDignity Dire filly for said and all cltlxens Mliould Iihvc or Appeal In th- - litrtt Item of new desires thht he bo trlerf witty and rattled brained person fllit). c. (. Carpenter also sold one shall be eligible for nonilnnlou for to mnke tho.'o of the unmo Kind ror $:5."i0. Brodhcad. w twrnt.-ltor each otieuse. Tommv Tho artful whenio Mtpervlsor thnt lill tiie reoulrements bm oteuirence Mr Snyiler. foriirwn for the ('limn l.onro lariltco UhkIuwoiI and J. P. fall In hive form n b.isl for comic D. Wenlliiirford's aboie The magistrate shall preside Col the health Is (Jeoree Hrblge dniipntir, working si Ilaslewood were nil convicted In eon bumor of chnne,, which prevn-ov Mar sh.il Prnnk now improving and by next at all meetings and uecido nil questiok Mtt Saturday night for minor tupee fnn-- ol men On the bridge portion with the oporntnn of n hop piny Tho morbid molaiiclioly of Don week be will be found lienind tbo tions thai shall arise nnd It shall be ral ntr.-i.U-t nt tbi Ktllotl Konl, and be tell u tlation Mr J J. Moore was fined on John, the villain of the play mark ttmntPM of the .1. (I. Weatlierinui 1.0. final, and he shall oo entitled to a t.lfsnse Kirn l'Mlennrn and wtl,. left Nisi ibat Hi,, work will be completed thl Hie chnrire of tensing properly lo tho He power ot Shukespnio to portray in whirh companv :i( naw nonf. t vote in case of n tie, nnd the man ba wok lt Rirtk- - u Mm' the contract time named gentlemen. It I Hicm chaintt'U' n dy lor t'inriiinntt wneni h an Interest Their stock will be In- receiving n majority o ote cast at ii r In the play you will tea the noth- creased nnd their business c.tcuded 3aict election shall be declared super-vibomcented n position. We ate wrv l oughtbuilding the road to the bridge tnse Unit the Mgher court roiorse to hHie bon let before now Ho shall bo elected tor liro or inmlly Mm Tenter Three other Important case to hi ingness of human lire wherever Its Mifriclentlv to cover nil tho territory lo e till Ingood behavior, subject to decided b lopes terminate In more enrthly 11. an sfctlon of the Mate tribiitry I. a uplendld Indy nnd i:rn' lnsignlticant men nre to this place. The,, togentle- jelort- - said division court, indictment by fi good terest and relations, tile state' highest couitn tollowg. juaIk are and rnr between unduubtcdlv awake their pomp citizens stating In writing or willful 'I he ense of tho Southern Hallway r.tatters are nrrayod In all the Preachersville. .M. C. I law kin gennfter scleral week ot the drama opportunities lor building up a our neglect of official duty o.-- hoc :aiow-lu- g Company, etc., ngnlnst Hon. I Stewnrt, nt form nnd the persons eral merchandise buslnet.s, that iilfcnre I ngnln banding out lunches how to work said road. Then the Slllii I fnmi Whitley countv wn affirmed. nre slutted with the grmtcst possible coii'iuuultv will gladly boast of iiid hi Mr Clark' restaurant (). K. In th sandwich nnd pie line will be Mr George J White, or ne.ir Crab Tl'ls another or the damage case Importance. in Cen- magistrate shall declare the c4flce thing lo l elp that Kentucky second to none grow." bin-tumeant nnd proceed to elect another .1 of a car It will be nt'lenuid tral Orchard, while working on a rroion growlr? nut ot tho "Watch u i McCnlt I contemplating When the supervisor is With over three hundred dollar as belorL lb,. Ifcrri farm on Negro Creek water pipe at the Spltler Sanatorium ol dyMimlte In Jelllco several jisir nnd enouroBf- tbe t school In their uy Hhnkespearo on m to wrecked laudnble etroi books now- I will ntter Junu-i- i elected nnd sworn Into ofrice. ho bad a sliver ot steel to stick into hi ago Stewart' house wa Hale to lours )ou Joe, but our lo r. o HmmBtlr VVim It Will PPlVe a ry Ut hc compelled to do all or my ihall be furnished with a copy of the will m, doubt be your gain. linger, receiving a very painful nnd the Jury gave him 'l.tir.O. I he caro ol th,. C. N. O. & T. P wholesome condiment of the season btislnen on the htrlctly cash basis, roim law ana a survey or his roads. rim loons Lumber Co., ant work-in- wound. mo Kcspectfaliy, Ceo. 1. Ulllock. and ho shall go over bits roads, as Mis Henrietta Haltey, ot near '"rah railway against Jelf Lovell'g ndmluls. to liaie a hearty laugh anil enjoy day rnd night trying lo catch up orten s 4 times a year and sc, tho donP by your town nnd county.Mr. Pinmett and Mrs Heed with lhlr order Orchard, visited Ming Sarah Howard tratnr, from Pulnskl countv was nt- - work u. Pnlo.. iruring the bollho.ii was shopping ono dav this needs ami study the best plans to Sherman Hopkins, of the Cum Hub and .M lines Hnllard. Klmor Adams finned Lovell was crushed to death i i..i. vork said roads. ne shall rile with died of typhoid foer has b"en visiting hi brother, Alvln between two car whllp foreman of a dny c.uon, a night or pleasure and wek In Danville. libur ins magistrate tho list o." tools he will " .McConr.ack. Hltre & Tucker You win see in u and vhh burled Int Hatitrday wlt'i Adam, on Cellar Creek, and August yard clow at Somerset, nnd the Jury' sweet of ped thl week one car hogs and ship- need to work the reads and the ndmlxturo of the bitter nnd Odd Follow honor In the Christian Hartle .it 'Irirrin Station but He ha gave bis administrator JlTi.OO i.'bler Justice Parker dissented. lite. It will be nn event or unusual cher cattle for which they paid t 1C amount of money needed tor repairs hurch cemetery. has spent the last year or so at Hoze. the magistrate can present same very Important point ol Inw ns to interest and extraordinary enjoyment and 2 to 4 cents respectively. man, Mont William Cooper who ban been We welcome Mr. and Dec. to the court of levy for their deliberllemember the date Tuesdav opera section fore-.na- Mm. I. O. Lewi Into our communi- banks wn decided In tho case or tte Tho ltdlcs of the Presbyterian here iik shall on the railroad the pnst jenr ty. They have moved to the White Corbln Hanking Co., ngalnst J. II the iTth, at 8 P. M. at the church ileslro to thank tho contri- ation. toIt notify be the duty ofofsuper visor Mitchell, etc, from Whlticy county, butors nnd patron for their liberal division when h0 the citizens work sub bus lett to take clnrge of n eectlon larni. MNse l.urile and Jero is to The' costumes or Italian raiment patronage as wo only nppenr betoro the which was reversed I he capital stock and Miss Howard vlitfd Ml .it Mltcrrllnburg. Mr. Cooper ha giving them three days notice b0 used. They proven hlruieir n gintlcmnn while In i.lzzlo Miller Mr and Mr (.fiincy of tho bank became Impaired, nnd th tacttully modified Mill Heck and Sons tho public onee a year. Our next an- roads in writing or in person, stating rules Luck to you and your Carpenter wero limiting Jlr and Mm Secretary of State ordered the orri nre furnished by Wm. nual bazaar will be pui.od nrf Dc and regulations ur midt governed to assess tbo stockholders the ot Cincinnati, O. S. I. Cnrpenter. Mr and Mr tho '.ith 1911. Our gross receipts this that ten hours to be constllF:t,-- , by, Wllllsci. I. L. cor n year wero $iu:i.00 with nbout $13 days work, and shall work Arch llrown who ha been nuffer-Iii- r Kennedy nnd MrK Phil It. Thomp- amount equnl to the pii value or tbo that shall bo worth of valuable handy work yet to performed by able bodied men, a long time with rheumatism In son apent n dnv In Lexington. Mix Hock .to restore the cnpltol stock, able Jury Couldn't Agree. bo sold Call at the Kranorlti.u and reported ery low. Kettle Cnrpenter is ill Ijmcnster a dttchell had put til five hlinres ot good honest stock ns collateral tor n loan from get yoiir Xmns gilts now on dlsplny. to do per day for manual labor; one O. 11. Frttli alter a severe nines I nlon lady for Tom Howard. a;, many days as dollar John Hlgnnn Our frlnd W. P. IJallard and faml-I- ) one Munley. He refused to pay the ,N TRIAL OF ED HUBBARD FO'rt nn the treet again Prof. Acton was delighted with his supervisor emplo)s him. Teams haul visit nnd will be long remembered ing or ditching shall work ten tours have moved to Tapphannn. "Pin" banl-'- s assessment and suit was filed, luts gon to Corbln and will likely STRIKING MRS. WARREN while abiond With a thankful beau per day and stall be good strong mako hi home ther0 with hla hoii ( be I commonlv called, I u line t'bo court holds that the secretary (irant Hlginiin lollon. n good in Igbtior and one or ol State had tho iower to order the A Jurv In tho county court on Thurs and n merry Xmns to everybody from teams and drivers, teamsters must tMI Motile Drown of IxnildtMIe our foroinott lox hunters. William nivessmont: that bank ha a lien on day was unible to agree on a verdict the ladles of tbo Presbyterian church have a good close gravel bed. madu ,rinl nf n rlinree of breach llustnnillle, Ky and Capt. Arch llrwn ol 1'bannn I'.vehoiihe or nenr Cedar Creek will the Mock for tho nssesment, unit .. . of 2x4 and holding not less than one Junction nre nt. the Lednlde of their Miou move to the bouse vacated by .hat the owner can be made o pay of the peace brought ngnlnst Ld Hub- - All the members of th,. Christian yard or 27 cubic feet, nnd he Is to nu th,. assessment out of any other pr bnrd, by Mrs. vvouer tr H Hro. Arch lirow-nchinch at Httstonvlllo nro urged to put tho metal where the supervisor Mr. J. II Thompson nnigglt J. V Wnton I Miflertm; who wn so i.Tt) ho may have, oven It ho doe Warren charged that Hubbard hnd bo present Sunday morning Dec. l"th designate. He shall be paid $2.50 across tho and tnlce part In the election of an for each dny the supctvisor employs I surrender tbo stock badly hurt by a hog, with thouninlltm aide to ho out ftruck her three times Mr I lav,, lleliher and laintiy. are with a rnne luad with n tobacco stick, when sho mldltlonal Klder and throe more ilea blm, ttris Is to be paid out of Uie Mating In the lllatt ncctlon. I . H IlobbV school villi be out The bad son,, out to n bam belonging to tons. county levy when ho pays his taxes. Sale Of College. . J. Willis' sermon last Sunday Then let nny supervisor receiving o; th,. I'Snl. The school will have lenve In n tew ilnys lo iicivnl Mr. Wavren, but rented to Hubbiird ... r.....i i. a- - niii..i.-rtiKlio and her on "Why mote women than men In reporting anything ii position hh foreman on the Q. & V winio nice closing exercise. short of these ills uuughtor both testified that Hubbard Pic church?1' wns much compliment- mles nnd regulations bo fined nnt r.illrord we will be giad when the Sarili Howard, the teacher has taught e Urban lis atlsf.irtorlly tfH year a lust. WILL BE SOUGHT AT FEBRUARY da come that we will owned for it shot gun aiier mi mum ed, several asking that It bo published !c net moie tbyri $10 Hilling on the right wile of hi en- - nnil hnB the lespect nnd esteem ot lie will preach the llrst of a series this tof bo taken out or his salary, Mrs Warren TERM OF COURT. ii..i.t.-.i'..tiinnn wn in (in- - of ermons to voting people next nnd ho shall forlelt his ofHce upon both pupil nnd patron. Kino. been wnu Subject. "Tho !lrl conviction Sunday night. Ai it joint meeting of the Hoard of tect thai ho had been attacked We aro In receipt of n letter Irom C. W. MrCall who ha Tho supervisor to be enweek liw cur old friend Hugh Seargeint. I In uricli hi ro fv 'IriihtttiH of the College and tl. City W.uren wllh n buggy whip and Ho l."ve titled Ht two dollars per day for merely defended hlmsolf In Cmnklln, every day while supervising tho work ruturncd to hi home of till section, but now of School Inst Week, It was decided lo lint le bad Tenn Cnristl"ii conntv lie say they hnvo hiMirc an order of court nt tho Poh'y nr.alnst her. He alleged that sirs. in person or while on visits of To Grand Jury rtwen who now bold a 'ond bad only one rain Hlnoe July nnd It nn for tho sale of the College, pro Warron had said to ono ui nor W. ' of the roads not to exceed t city school authorities tor that she wa "going otn. iu i. with MHwiurl I'aclilo railway wheat I In, poor shape. ton dnvs In nnv ono year. Then let The iiomt'nn And also pel Ulek Al mi)k "Christian county is In u fnrmont tire anxious to secure the pixipertv. him" by tbreo cltl-yeli. nt borne tor n few day SAM OVENS HOCKER HELD UN- his report bo sicned nlong the roads when the roads bright who ban been nway lor o- - (bout tbo roii it tpiet''fl nnd has Ii It can bo done nt n reasonable figA larg,. crowd witnessed the inni, DER $150 BOND.' It shall be work ha been finished. ml monlhn I back home. ient many thousnud of good money ure, in order to make Improvements nnd it U said that the tnattor will be Hubbnrd o that n large number ot tbo stu ...!., i,, ti.i. circuit court. You cant Imngluo Ilev A. J I'lko lell ll he ex oti th Sam Owens I locker, who shot Solon llit. duty of tho magistrate to call the mniM N. Craig to death Jwlm perienced one ol He wmrot Uiiiph how our mud roads look mot ot the dents can bo nceommodatod there. The Miafl dtJVnt'ed by la.t Saturday night, supervisor or his division together ttorney W. He winter Jmt strips of il batter otten attendance I Increasing so fast tent while County wa hold over to nwalt iho nc'on of nice, n year to exchange Ideas and ol hi lire one night lam week lo deilso tho best plnns for working v.m called to Iterrv, Ky . to prenrh two feet deep from ronro to fence the tud.t building on Danville nventio Hnrch prosecuted. tlif. grand Jury bv County Judge pikes nro ioor nnd gutting is not large enough to hold them nil at his evnuilnlng trial thl vvwk dirt roads nnd said magistrate shall tb0 fununil lonnnn of a Mr. I'ettj and Too college trustee did not feel who waa u member of tho church worse every ear." Wo note n state His bond was fixed at $150 which he havo two dullnrs per day for each SIMPLE SAFE GUARD meetings not to exceed nt hlx idles out In the country from wd(. awakening on the subject ot tho that thoy should grant a long time A FOR MOTHERS. wa unable to give and was sent to day duyssuch In nnv one year. Horry, where ho bad been pastor, lenv ronds. And It I time for nn nwaken-lu- lease, so It wn decided to sell. Jill At tho trial It developed Hint ten Now I will close hoping to hear luglos Ave., locker's brother nnd two other nolug hero al noon the weather vum iu old Lincoln ::ow. .Mrs. 1). Ullkson, :i2 roads and on rold and nowy ll reached Horry Younc3tovn, Ohio, gained wisdom by- proeh were endeavoring to take tho lrom other both county dirt are bolng of which i,boiit ilnrk stepping fiom the troln .......-lon"Mv little Elrl had a Be- shotgun away from him nt tho tlmt. It tumnlkes. Cemetery Company suggest I would The charge going tnrougn badly neglected. luto near IS Inclve of snow voie cold and coughed almost con evnloded. tho killing Craig Instantly that Judge Hnlley offer a premium or tuiieral party coming from Covington tinuously. My sister recommenueu the door and offi"cers"and DIREC, i.v.Iav- '- llmiev nnd Tar The first Hocoki had hnd no trouble witn ten dollar o tho man who orfcrs tlm ts with tho remain of Mr. Hetty (h TORS TO FILL VACANCIES. one that the court best lluviui; sold my farm preparatory boxing died at that plnrel reached hnr rcllovcd the tllflaui- - I'rnlg but had Just hud a quarrel with ncceptplan nnd the working and main.i..ca I promfor the lurry about the name time nnd win to golnr; west, I will on n meeting ot tho directors of the iiialinn tu hor throat ind after uslug John Harris limit and had left At taining of roads In Lincoln county. Thunday December, 29th 19t0 luot by relative with a a.COO pound Dullulo Spring cemetery Company only one bottle hor throat and lungs ising to seo him later H. T. LUNSPOUD. bearo pulled by i largo homo nlo nt 10 o'clock n. m., dispose of tht, fol- Hit week, nn election was hoia to voie oiitlroo tree iroui iniiniiiiiiiuiuu. each pulUM lowing personal property; two largo heavy sled THIS lill th vacancies on tho Hoard caused Sitico then I always keep a bottle or YOU MUST READ BENEFIT.IF YOU TAKE CAREl ty 4 horser, starting to the homo of I good work hor.e, 1 extra brood by the death ot John J Mcltoberts I'nlnv'j lli.nev nnd Tnr In th.. house WANT THE J V Ureor, Oreonwood, La., sut Komember that when your kidneys th deceased thoy rael wiin conldor. mire, Is a pood workor, 1 Studebnker nnd Mack llurtinnn Tho new direc- Accept no substitutes. Sold by Shu-gaable trouble. Tho now nan anited wagon almost now- I good bupgy. 1 tors cbosen by P. M. Mcltoberts and lorod wllh u sovere case or lumbago ure aifectod, your life Is in danger. nnd Tunner. ' i'lio pult.s ns hlgn as me bor:e milk cow, n good one, 2 tat hogs, will W II Shank. were so Intonso I was '.I. Mayer: Rochester, N. Y., saya In the road which were unable to travel In 1L weigh nbout yoo pounds each, about rorced to hypodermic Injectlous for "My trouble started wltn u sharp .1 MEETING STOCKHOLDER'S C. McCIary wn elected president op (1 chickens, 18 bushel of Irish' po Tbey had to placo the remains These attacks started with a bbootlng pain over mr deck wnicn A meeting of tho stockholders r" roller. ol th0 company to succeed Mr. Huffono of the sled, leave the heurao In tatoos, 8 or 10 bnrrel of corn, tew man, who rad acted Iu that cnpaclty tho Crab Orchard Hnnklnrs Company pain in tbo small of the back which grew worse dally. 1 felt sluggish and tr.. drlf)leil snow and the funnral farming Implements, nil nearly new tor tnnny years, nnd W, M. Hright will be held nt tho bunking housu at gradually became ralrly pnraly-lu- g. Hied my kidney action was Irregular and kitchen furniture. In was rboaen treasurer In place of Mr, Cmb Orchard tr. second Tuekday My attention was attracted to Poleya and infrequent, 1 started using Poloy's Uko to tho field where, tho Itov. Pike cluding now cooking itovo etc. no deop. mow ..was not in January, 11)11 between U and 18 Kldmy fKinedy and I am lnd to say Kidney PI IK Kach dose seemed to Mcltoberts, . . hKa.i, ..!..& A.ljJfe AlAn T. W. HUTCHISON, I A number of Improvements ar A. M., lor the purpose ot electing afgter using this wonderful medicine p.t nore lire and strength Into me ailMrVa llwy rMcbed thdr otttlMtloa and Ky. nlansed for Dim nr tlve easuUux ytwi. 1 am no longer boaered la any way Mti now 1 atu completely cur4 an4 wnic& will dtrcrtcw to ' m o euetiy 4. Ct BU4f, CmM Pel HcUrr asi (rwfer tf )Mn. carrM teto tfec Ja sexl Important Property Sales (ANOTHER PLAN TO l nftf tip tmnritfttnii SOLVE ROAD PROBLEM AbUUI NUlnlMu held by master commissioner ON To Cit Out Crop Shak-esK-rea- n ra. dy iSU-'.o- O. lt. Arl-znn- toll-gat- r . litis-toirill- o r. 1 '- liiii lt. tl (llv-,ns- Ml - i tb.r - ), M-- et lr,. t- -l - v s - qiio-tto- d d n 1 e id r. vr exp-oslu- u s dam-r.j.e- ij d nltnnt a-- 4 Hal-lur- d go-n- - ( -- l f;is Prl-da- .fo - ,- "' .is.' ... ... n t. Hal-le- y o-- g 1 - PUBLIC SALE! e ei-cc- rs Crk, T4. t ram." rr Vft. njjiiinsii ViKsm--f ftMftftftftft4ft m Letters to Santa Claus i Moreland, Ky. Dear Santa: Denr Suntn Claus: Hollo Santa: Dear Snntn Clans Denr Santa Claus I wnnt you to bo I nm a little boy four yenrs old Hoi r Santa Claus: I want I want a doll Hint will laugh ou to iniiit' to see iii stir,, nnd como lieaso bring mo n big pretty doll Pleaso bilng n:e a ntre wnrk nnd bring mn a piano, a big doll a lit- Xmns, nnd bring mo a doll bed, n with golden hair nnd blue eyes nnd n urn! cry nnd one that will open and Hense bring me a pop gun and n shut Its eyes, ho, ho, ho, ho, oh yon little cup nnd saucer and some candy, box and toilet set nlso oii!t oranges- tle set of dishes and some fruit, lltle stove, chlnn ten set, doll furni- white dress with a blj fir hat and nnl candy. I have n dear little sisa know. Santa In cnmmlng dressed In by by. ture set nnd nil kinds of rrult Somo candy nrid ornngeH nnd OUY NEWLAND. ,tcr Just a year old nnd plenso hung hrlng Dudley n drum nnd gum ball mil. I will look for you Xmas. and a ffl of doll dishes. white whrn we aro asleep In our ,l:cr n teddy boar anil a rubber don. mid don't forget Miss Antilo our tentii beds nt night. MARY HILL (1ARMAN. SISIE KVTHEUINE Dl'DDERAR. Dour St. Nicholas: hrom your loving little girl I nm yours, TJIKI.MA MAY HUTCHISON. or. I nm a little curler MINNIE LETIIL'R.S. headed Dear Santa ClausLUCILE REYNOLDS Dear Santa: girl six yenrs old, I wish you would P. S I will put my letter In caro of I nm looking for you Xmns. I t'rah Orcnard, Ky. I am n good girl J., nnd sure It will reach you .lease bring mo a colt dresser, n tho want you to bring me a wngon, tool wnnt you to come to little me. nnd I Mr. Santa Claus: Dear Santa Claus:-- aeo Plenso plate nnd sonic ran- In safety. chest, train and n nlr gun nnd all bring mo lomo nuts, ornnees nnd can. Pear Santa Clans, how are oti rup nnd saucer, Is I nm so glad Christmas Ik near My nnme klndj of fruit nnd nuts. This loaves dy. I wnnt a doll nnd this year? Mr. Santa Clans I will tell dy. doll bod nail Dear Old Santa Claus.ALI.1NE NEWLAND. nnd I wnnt jou to bring me lots nnd mo well hoping to find you the same. bring you what my sister nnd I want thin me n dog. . Sen me a wngln nm! n cwentor , . . , ... year, I want n Croat big doll with AL1IERT DUDDKItAR. """K"' un , uu'1 " nl nnn th FRANCES TRAYI.OR. - nnd a big Btlck of candy, from A. J. dresser, some P. S : Santa Olnus plenso don't forlong curls, a doll Inky nnd worstcst for lorn and R. It. 1. oranges, npplcs, candy,, nut? and I'et little brother Leo some present CATRON" Dear Old Santa Cutis- Penelope and Suky are getting oM Dear Old S.inla I want you to bring me n doll bananas. She wants a music box. to ho will soon be threo yenrs old tut Dear Old Snntn Claus N. A. enough for musio lessons nnd t wnnt nnd li.t of canities nnd apples, nnd I'lcnso nond mo a box of nil Mr. Santa Claus 1 wnnt jou to come of course he can't write. Send me ft dell nnd a mm!: u cni( would like for vou to bung my littlo ilpe fruits and cnudlCH mid a slcU'h for tu, hxllR nn(, nian ,, to see mamma, and pipn, I want you Hello Old Santa nnl n big stick of rnmly from to Jill grandpa's sock with everything cause nil my doll nr,. girls except brother too. Please don't - forget us. mid somo slulgh bulls to have, sotnn I nm a boy eight Sears old, I SARAH C. CATRON. II. R Mr, Snntn Cius 1 nuu uii-;tin huh- u.uiiir-.'1'- i Mcl to mo some fire crockets Punch, nnd he Is just a Utile boy, Miy our publisher take good pains fun. wl'l b0 veiy glad If you will bring would do promised you last year Dear Old Snntn: nnd thev nro nrrald of burglars. And In printing our leters HARRY TRAYI.OR. year but ng 1 am me a pop gun n storj book nnd some Mny wo hnvo h btter girl tb.ls Send in,, a sweater nnd n knlft jou know-- Prlscllla Prudence Humili- good health through Chrltmns, so I iiutH. My by from. Good bye. nnythlng nbout It. big stick of candy, from nnd n EDWIN NEWLAND. .ill close saying gixxl bye ole Snntn In a hurry to mall this I will not say ty Wren that came last Christum Crab Orchard, Kv WILLIE A. CVTRON. R. R. 1 A'ritton ALLIE M Y CUMMINS I btoken, and I want another that Moi elandby lltttr ilESSIE M. TARTAR Dcir Snntn ClaiMClausIain eleven Dear Santa I nm a little girl hIkH v will Just fit nil her nice clothes. I jcars old and navo tho tooth nche Deal Old Santa Lebanon, Ky. I go to the graded old lio.it in Tills Is Mil ffr t letter to you i,,, ...u to much I can't play out of doors i,nrr Snnta Claus: Old Santa Dcr I .vh I wnnt Cmli Orchard deal; n oi " ninnv tilings I dim t Please brinp me and my baby to please bilnp me n flenchgood by nnil whnt tososay f (Jooil cheer ChrlHtiiins is drawn Bot "s m ta I lini'e been n good girl nnd tri-' I would Into know slater, our stockings full of chocolate pood knife nnd some fruit all we wnnt. If you con thing of ing niati and I nm o glnd. I hope to wfml my tenefer Now I think y u to have a pretty do'l that enn candy and some nuts and all kinds tium you will came to see mn n I nm tfiilng sbini'd bring me n nice present. I rr.nmma and a little bed for It. and a mijthlng ulte I want plooi-- bring it. SUKLRY NEWLAND. ot fruit Hrlng each of us a locking to be n good little girl. I want n votiid like for yon to brine me u oiru in n cage, n iKitlle or ruiuery v.-- .. nm. -- iri chali. you can bring us a set of dishstovo table Jumping Jack, big dolli pt no Mool, I would like to lmt- fri.Its candy and little gun to shoot Denr Santa: i,,.,,,,. You will find tlit Xmas es Mgrther. M.MtKH. iiiiuri miiu inn MAIH vu'fii iiiui uiikkt idee littlo sewing mnrhlne, If you i n I am a little boy four years labhIU and anything else jou j bit by, lots of candy nuts, fruit chow- tree In the dining room this year, old )iom your little irieni llnd ono. and I want you tqf please bring to spare and good bv Snntn and I don't see how you arc going I tut lag pimi and everything good. ,1tar viita Clauscome me a SUSIE KDMISTON. to come down through the stove pipo orangeswagon, horse can pistol end me ai.back next Xmns "iou can .end Rcmembed you came to see hnvo two brothers nnd one sister, air ship too. apples candy nuts, und lots CARSON. MARY AND CATHERINE wl.o I hope you will remember, llyo ELIZAHETH EVANS. "' Inst year. Itut I moved from of other tilings I will go to bed eirly Denr Old -- Snntn the stleKi down here. .My chimney bje. venir little friend and shut my eyes tight I inn going to tell vou what I Wnynesbnrg, Ky ANNELL CARSON. I wnnt to see you Dear Santa 'Is very small, but I nm your little boy, v nut you to bring tne Chrlsnnim Donr Santa ClausIf you have any Idea or mak- - one and all. ELMER II. TUCKER. 1 will try and wtint n big doll m:d some candy nnd writ0 you n letDenr Snntn: DISK FARMER, JR Ii:g a call at the Evans nouso linsl ter ns I want vou to pleaso rememI with jnu would please buy brmsnns and I will lung my stneking Xmas I hope vou vIH not overlook Dear Santa: ber mo with a Tew toys I want a toy nie a doll, and I wnnt vou to bring by tho flro plare In the dining rooni Old Santa Claus: I am a little boy six years old my stocking. I would like to have so iiutomobeal a horn n billy goat and Mr stooken Is so small I think mo a baby buggy n stole some dishes where there will b(. no fire get ttut you to please bring me n enndv fruits, whin nlsinl. n Mir nnin hurt a wagon and some harness for m and I wnnt hop,. a doll bed, some nuts candy nnd jou will be sure nnd not cap pistol, candy otnnges, nuts and pop gun, wagon nlr rifle, nnd it will It will hold a bin doll and all. when you come down tho chimnej goat, an overcoat a 22 air rifol a pair ' com0 t0 ,C,J me ' thank you bannnas, I will be very much oblige I will look for jou Christmas Eve good things nnd I have a llttlu tnko five fnlso faces to go around '0" of leggans mixed nuts and candy I lots of ono year old and bo wants n gold wntch horse and buggy if you - wn,t' 011 w,n to you .f you will. Your little friend "" LI'Ctl.LK MURIMS will close hoping to see you dear brother CTliE;iNE COOK BRADY. EFFIE II. FARMER. rocking horse, and doll. So don't can't get all of this In my stocking1 Santa Christmas, your little boy, forget us, will go io bed early nr.ii leave whit jou can and many JAMES RICK. near Mr. Snnty: Dear Old Santa Dear Santa: shut rr.y oyes tight and will not peep, thanks. As the weather Is so bad nnd Please come out to our housn if you'll only hrlng nn unbreiia t.ood fcyo I am youe little boy. Ky. Waynesburg, mo, bring mo a doll buby thnt tho roads so rough, I don't guei.s you . to carry to school In the rain I to GUY BAILEY TUCKER. Dear Santa Claus: to tnvel with much As executrix of the estate of Hhoda v," t 1!,, n ,n'nK of vou till Christ- - goes to sleep, with je lashes. 1 would likeplease bring ststf-- r a stuff I am a little girl but only two large "' I.unsford, I will on court day Jan. a s comes again. want her to have curley hair and I Denr Santa: ears old but I am looking forward j CIILOE n. FARMER. of us larger rhll- 1H11. sell at public outcry the follow wnnt some goo Is to sew her n drcs,doll and the p-I am a little girl three years old for Christmas to come so Santa Claus av jou minn e oukoi ing bank stock: 27 shares hirst a little machine and thimble, wash can some so I enn have me some toys and I want you to bring mo a doll. National Bank; 4 shares Lincoln Dear Old Santa Clause- Ikv.-and pLcher candy and lots cf to have. Don't for.K.-- t mnmmi nnd to, 1 wart nice big doll and a bear tea set, candy, nnd fruits, and don t County bring me somo nuts good things to eat I got a little They mid they would take the Plenso National Bank and S skin coat and cap and Icggens and a forpet my little biother he wants n (shares State Bank .i Trust Co., of ornngea, enndy, and n pony and little ther so bring him something. belleie'I- J. 'or nnothor yenr. Vours, llyo bye Santa rocking horse. I will go to bed c&riy. lot of nice candy, Yours truly he would llkt. a doll, into nnd hatchet a doll. CALLIE STARNS sister Ktanford. Ky. respectfully, Yours your loving little girl. -- -WALTER LONO. MATTIE V. KIRUY. Executrix. nnd tncks, nnd bring daddy somo NANNIE MAY I1RUMMETT MABEL RICE )enr OH Santa st.xkings I Imp you won't forgot i Euhnnks, Ky. My Dear Santa Clans: We will write vou n short them things, your little girl Wayneburp, Ky. Dear Santa Claus: Dear Santa Clans: I am a good X1AIIY LOL'ISI-girl and 1 WOODS tor nnd tell you what we want A n Wltlt VOU to rnmo little you please bring n.-Clans: Rear Santa Will a dollle Will vou please ma nnil tn Inrro nngon that we enn work car I am a good little boy I go to set of dishes, nnd a great bis doll brlrg me a doll with Ion 'billy goat In and n lot ol big lire "ttl" friend, n ,an nna """' Denr San la Claus: coldenito school almost ever day when the thnt will open and shut Its eyes nnd curls, a doll You must Jiot forget to com nnd some littlo Urn rmrlir. Its d'!'"s. nr.d a ring nnd 'sides these- dtys aro rot to cold, now Santa has curloy hair nnd dressed In blue clotnei, a set trunk containing doll oh most anything. ol brown furs, n to oe us Xmns Eve, Edyth wnnta a too and some nice enndv nnd some 1 wish you would ploase remember and a little wash tub and bring mo all house, it sowing box with all sewlnir LENA WILLIAMS. doll that will go to sl"op, nnd Roho-- t nuit i,(, nnd we will thauk von so me with a wheel to ilde to school );lnds ot candy, and nuts nnd fruit articles In It. fruits, want a Mttle wagon, and pieio ian- - m u h cndv and nuts, Donr Old Snntn Clans: and a 22 air Jrifle, billy goat and nnd anything else you think will be PIcas0 don't forget my ster and two ta bilng me a work liex with retil JWIES AND JOSi:i'H MORRIS wagon an! harness, an over coat nnd nice for a littl,. girl five years oh! brothers. I ant to tell you what I want Respectfully yourn. hdssois In It nnd a gold ring "or a pair of leggans and som0 mixed nnd pleae don't forget brother he for Christmas, I want yon to brln Edjth and me MAKEI. WLKINSON We nr.-ruts and candles your loving little wants something nice too. I loe me a big doll buggy nnd some cun nN PARE THREE. MAYME AND EDYTH BALL. muhl buy, you Santa becaue you are so good to dies and some fruit, an da toiy book Dear Smta: WILLIE RUT me. by,. be from I want a big doll and a littl.. to tli it Is all from MAROARET VENUI.KTON DOROTHY TRIUI1LE. Moie for Christmas nnd a set of Dear Santa Claus" dolt dishes as I have been a good I am a little girl nlm vears Dear Pantn Claus: little gill this venr. So I will bring Crab Orchard, Ky., Id, wish you would pleaso brins my letter to a close. Crab Orchard, Ky. Good bve Dear Santa Claus: me a little sewing machine sewing I Just wnnt to write and tell you I am a little boy eight year Santa. From l.ox and som0 oranges. Good bye old. I nm In whit I wnnt for Xmns. My tenclur BEATRICE McOUFFEV. the Focond grade, want Santa from. fays I have been nice and go-this you to bring me on Xmas night a ELIZABETH NEW LAND. sled n wagon, a klnfe year, snd she believes you will bring und sume or- Crah Orchard, Ky, f ... I ...... n 1. 1.. .1..II MA.n f inn. i w;uii ii iiih mill i Donr Santa Claus: r.n?,cs, and some bananas and canuv I.Tiitii n now Deir Santa Clans: pnlr I am a little and bat nnd ball, and mime fire crock-er:rl eight years a bigof slioAS, dishes. rnln cent and 1 want vou to brlrg I nm In tho mn a doll set of am in the second grndo. I and rockets, and sume romar. old, a id buggy candles, skv a little cap pistol. Please want jou to bilng mo on Xmns night i,,,Bl sewing machine a doll io nml '"if to go to school and II HUM L id n cooking stove, and a nice book don't forget me, a doll, seal ring, a ston table, a se p,or,v, '"1 ,Now "V promts,, l'lh i to ,l,,1 ,6tpr' 1nn'1 i nu n checker board, grapes oranges EWELI. FLETCHER of dMicw. a croquet set. some doll " ,n cardy and a whole lot of nice things chairs, some fruit and candy. I want K" Tpp ,nr,y,n... l girl.'" l and i sled nnd a pair ol roller skates ' am vmir little n little iniifi n fur ami n clo.-in r' Dear Santa Claus Your- tn:ly, IDA I.hH CA AI IMIhl .1 .. .., Knnln ......., ..l..nu ."l.,'. , nvPlease bring me somo candy, ........ I'lli.a ,..v..cv; .iw.i v PEARL EEMDRY. nuts apples, oranges doll nnd doll lrom Crab Orchard, Ky. VIVIAN WHITE dishes. From Dear Santa Clans: Dorr Santa Claus- LOUISE TAM.ME. I nm a little girl ten years o'd I want you to please bring Crab Orchard, Ky.. I nm In the second grade, I wnnt me n little boat and a pop gun nnd Dear Santn Clans: tn lirln iiui- mi Vnifiu ttffvttt fl n checker boaid and n hand car a Crab Orchard Ky.. eillUMI1K 4Mm ttifS'is i i . JWU II ,,, WW, mm a iiiuo ooy nine jears om ,, iu ,ron n n Xmnni big gum bill, a watch and a meglc Denr Santa Claus: the seconu graoe. i vani bock prU rnnily wn.bixird l1 MUf. oranges and want you to bring mc a I nm to Inbring m ml lantern, nnd some candy ...,, .,.i ,,... n iimi frilt, i...a n..,i ' on X'nns night al ,ioti v -- .. bananas I will try to be n good boy watjon Ice skates, a gun some fire . I...1 nuu . -- .! lllilll ...l f.. . eiiiini mr ciiium-riiuiiiuii i.nd tl ank you every so nnch for any works, fruit and candy, a story book Dit-Please don't forget me. candles hk rockets toipcdoes nnd good ..i.i.to you. thing you bring me. bje Your little knlfo a watch, a Shetland pony. Now joimo candy too please don't foiget EVA (1IES.L. S inta 1 think 1 have been real good Jilend, nit. WILLIAM HENRY DAUCJHMAN to pleaso remember me, with love, FRANK ADAMS Crnb Orchard, Ky. Dear Santy: PATE KINO, JR. I nm a good little boy rnd 1 . Donr Santa Claus: yenrs Santa; Dear t nm a little clrl nln want you to bring me a wagon and Crab Orchard, Ky., Pleaso send mo n sled a rook - 'old, I nm in the second grade, I want a hors) and a sled, a train and bring Dear Santa Claus: lug horse, doll a horn nnd gloves. sou to bring mo on xmas nignt. I korae candy some bananas oranges I am a little boy nine years Yours till after Xmas want u doll und toy angel a littel ir.d npplcs. I will cloce. out, I arn In the second grade. I KATHERINE LUCILE IRELAND. cart a little cradle, nnd little bed nnd CARLTON WALLS. want ou to bring mo on Xmas night XHer Mark. little Move nnd a little fruit and cana wagon and some oranges nnd some Crab Orchard, Ky.. dy, I wnnt a little parasol and muff. bananos and candy, and some flro Deir Santa ClausSanta Claus please don't forget me crackers, and seme sk rockets, ro s,, 4 WsQy I want you to bring me a doll .aon good bye from, randies. Now pleaso don't uresscu in red and a doll buggy, IRENE MANUEL. .1 me. from. OEOROE FLETCHER. IRENE KINO. Crab Orchard, Kj'. Denr Santa Clans: Dear Santa Clans' I want you to bring mo on I nm a little girl nine years old Xmas night, a gun a cap plntol, a I live lu Stanford with my grand shetlsnd pony, somo fire works a btll parents, my mnmraa Is dead. I want I nm In 'he some fruit nnd candy, you to bring me n big doll and a second giado and am ten years old 1 will little doll and work box well (lood Just say anything you wnnt to bring ELPIE KENNEDY I would like to nave the mo but things I told you. Now please don't i Crnb Orchard. Ky. V. lorget me. Your little friend. Deir Simla Clnus MARGUERITE II. McCLPRE I ii pi a littlo boy elfht year old 1 n In the first grade I wnnt Dear Santa Clans: you to bring me on Xmns night n I am a little girl eight yems wagon, enndy a ponv nna lout nnn. TVvx old. Hope you will bring me whnt I -- y tv i a vlo'ln, v story boox, some flro uik you for; n nice china doll with crackers sky rockets, romnn innaies golden hair n nlce basket ot rrult fruit rnd cundy. II,. sure nnd como ii mid lots of enndy to hoi in) brother, Royal. Don't forRLTH1E ANNIE LUNSFORD. get me. Your loving boy, WEI.HY ANDKRSON. Deai Santa Claus: I nm a little girl ten years old Denr Old Santa: Hope jou will bring me what I ask 01.0 SANTA'S HAPPY I aut you to come this wny at Cut Prlcee jou for: I wish you wou:d bring me because h can get prteenta at the bring roe home candy and banana a nlco china doll with black hair. A NEW STANFORD DRUG COMPANY and a little borse and wagon, anc I nice basket of fruit and lota of candy will olwnys love you Sanu, troi cheaper than anywhere alee In town. too. AT JOHN D. MORTON'S FRANK O. MORRIS c DAISY LUNSFORD. mt-ff. , 1 1 80 0$f S 3 &$$ & $ $$$Q 0 & & 0O$$$O$OO o oooo oooooo o o o o o ooo- o - &&a o o o o eoooc 004 fti.; 1 1 J R.-i- - ,, ,.. .,,.., ..- t. sy hr"''n "' d i,.i.t lne - . 1 !''r 1 "K n-- Ju - I "" J'i 2 bn-IWi- pa thi-lr- s i . tt !. v,, . utlltllB 1 i 1 d I ,.. s ui g-- i 1 ! I I f..( - "' ' lil , si s ll !.. t JmmmJ -- w- I'', ' - for-fe- t wtT . M JUST FROM u ft I be 'J snl iiBa ."lO rOV' Laa s-- Where old Santa got his load of all kinds of Toys, Candies, Books, Fountain Pens, Perfumes and other nice Christmas presents at very low prices. Stanford, SHUGARS TANNER, Shugars & Tanner's "?.'isar" "'""r.:1 m phidav dkukmbkh 16, lino. ' thk stankoiid Kentucky, inti;iuok journal eaub jaw "IWE-a-IJ- E -( . I IV STANFORD" . .. ;?;; w: At . No. - 1 f LUUK A Fancy Patent Flour is .; . .: i UN0- irA1NU :; ?::; made Irom Home Wheat, raised by Home Farmers, milled by Home Mill- - ?$ ers, sold by home grocers, therefore is a HOME FLOUR. When you use No. 1 Fancy Patent Flour you are ?$j :;: sgg helping our farmers and their helpers, out millers, and their helpers, and our grocers and their helpers. FA1LJN 1 am Va- - ::: ! .... 1 hp mnnpv vou nav the tfrocer for No. 1 Fancv Pat- tf& ent Flour is paid to the miller, and he in turn pays it to the tarmer tor wneat, wno pays it again to tne merchants of Stanford. This is peeping Money at Home. ut if you use Flour made away from Stanford the niuncy paiu 10 ine grocer is sent out, never to return. This is $ & & j - f-- .i Sending Money away from Home. " m 1.--. - Wli Our Mill vans annually in wages and othr expenses over $9,000.00 and ever dollar is spent M in Stanford. In addition, we furnish a Cash Market for farm products every day in the year ! This helps our town and community, Mr. Citizen H ! We Make the Following Brands of Flour: Be sure and ask for these brands. They are MADE IN STANFORD and sold by our Grocers here and in the '.''1 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. T- - to ' County, :''?:. tf H. BAUGHMAN & CO.. Stanford, Ky. mmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm wmmmm INCORPORATED. Manufacturers aad Dealers in Flour, Meal Shipsluft, Grain, Hay, Cotton-See- d Meal, Coal, Salt arid Portlaad Cem'nt. FOR SALti No. 1 bruiKlne Fork (nrm ol 3B2 nml 'll witter.ure, well ed, C rti lien (rout Pain Ilk-- . lincnnUT 11ml Stanford on IanlU and utatcr turnpike, t mlU; Irom '.' (Iinrchcs good school, store nna hop, nirnl rout0 nin by door Dwollirc of C ramns unit two commo ;ioiiii porches comp.irntlvrlv new, I Inrco burn two tobacco btrn otber necussnry ot.tbulldlnn, nil In Kool re- Kv6sh Ovstcrs STYLE. TME PEST IN TOWN H. A. CARSON. itnpril nr. Dincic-Mnlt- SERVED IN ANYj 7 call. (im r. Kor lurther Informntlon opplv to Stnnford, Ky. Ilrlclit, AK-nt. n HT trj4i. I nm m god Ittle hoy nleaso bring me aiilalrewn and .1 tricvcle and a sled fire crackers and trench Imrp and candy nuts and fruit. It Kort Mct'oy Kla., noj bring bo clothes bring me a I nev suit with ixjcKeU in the co.it leor Siintn aw Klrl seen years' Youim tiuly. little old ard I nm from Kentucky. I read Ol Y 11. HMtTIl. jo1 r paper ho please remember me In want a dull and doll biiKCi,. riorhln. WORE LETTERS ON PAGE SIX and soiiic cand huIh and liutts of nil kinds remember my four brothers papa and mamma and vrandpa and BEEHIVE MADE OF CONCRETE Your lot In;; little mi in Kentucky. ore eters anta aus 1 m l!-- rj. is Do You Feel This Way? 11 1 Anyon Mak WII.I.IK J'm.lVHI) - nifNAVKXT. Ingenuity Can Thm Set of Maids Will Last Indefinitely. Llttl With Cirsm's Rcsliiriit. J. C McClary, 'ImmL 1 Oear SantaWill you nleiiM bring me fume iiindx and orauceH aud a little kuii I will bt. a KOd littlo boy and .try to 1 le.irn at am your friend. SYI.VKSTKH TIMU'IN. VS I hne pa two littlo brothern ii'l m. little ilster at home. .j wKl NO ref f tome fruit. 11 .11 Dear Santn C'laus: Urine me a air gun a little nickel doll to drive my horse and WII.MK MUIU'IIY. Amonc the occupations which offer profit and amusement, and at the same time entirely nulled to women. Is that of bee raising, its adrantafes arc that little space Is required, there Is no great expensu and the work Is light, requiring: only n limited amount of time and care. Much of the apparatus required may be made at hoiuy and where the facilities for this faJhSd?Pew R- - prsctice. dealer into taking inferior sub.ti-lute- s for Dr. Pierce's recommended to be "just ,s ood." Dr Pierce s medicines are of known courosmoN. Their every ingredient 'rm r?..wi!hou, lcohol. Cont.in printed orld's Dispensary Associstion, Buffalo, N. V. 1 Sreat T1"', fu,J:' '" ? "'"S Tta."sJ,Tklr0m ' Bul?.M ? f - Bit it al ' 11 . Uo you feci all tired nut? H )ou sometimes think you luit can't work iwiv at innr nml... sion or trade any longer? Do you poor ape- ...c, ...u i.y iwite at nights unsble to sleep? A ..c,, an uone, anu your stomach too? Has am,uu. bition to forjte ahead in the world left you? If so. you mifht as well put a stop to your misery. You can do it if you will. Dr. 1'ierce's Golden Medic.l Discovery will mske you different indnidual. It will set your lazy liver to work. It will set thins ht in your stomach, aad your appetite will come back.rif It will purify your blood. II there is any tendency in your family toward consumption, it will keep that dread destroyer away. Een after con. lmo" ,meu foothold in the form of u'"i,.""n he "" '" f" wide .Pnnyabini medicines, U, " """ .' nmtdf " who wUh to wri,e P"P"d r Br- "ried R. V. Pierce" i. Ilia SYMPATHY FOR THE RIDEf fir driver who uujii poor narrosj li Vlicn honestly made orif t,iuirnntnil Imrnt'ns enn bo bought here o reasonably It Is u man'ti owi lnult U be takes the rlik of tittjrinK Jneiortuker air4 Emournoi trom a mall order catalogue Profit KV STANFORD, by others' experience and buy your harness at homo. Home 'I'houe :!? Office I'horio lt7. J, C. McCLARY. Stanford. Ky ipciar) aa'ita- - biliiK me a nleo dni and doll buggy and some othera toys and iiiuo nice candy aud fruit, pleuso ii 1 Oiih"! the Utile poor childien. .MAIKiAKhrr DAWKS. 11 11 I." clad I WRITE ME FOR PRICES ON HIGH GRADE ' COTTON SEED MEAL A DELIVCRCD I HANDLE THE BEST MEAL MADE AND CAN NAME PRICE ON ANY QUANTITY, ANr I'LAKfc. WILLIAM A. DURNETT, LOUISVILLE, KY. faOURBON STOCK YARDS. KstablUhcd 1901. Kentucky Auoncy for Owl Dratid : iilem! I want a dull n dnll bed ami want u lew more things as tho lollnw An nutuiimhlle, doll set of INI). lUK' del! chalis doll inekilK liori iiil Nits ol fruits mid omulies. Your Mtu de Diur Sml.T I am a good lfttle Klrl 1 will when )im xiim to ret m wlli miii (ntilil lome ottener than LB home as for as a ice, residence, and place yourself in a position to get the lateet market quotations at any time. This can he accomplished by meaus of our telephone service which you and your neighbors can get for a sum that is small compared with the benefits received. Call or address our nearest oflice or write direct to leadrjuarters, Nashville, Tenn., for information regarding our special "Farmers' LinB' rate. If you are not at present enjoying telephone service, e can in me liately interest you. Our lines cover the States of Kentucky, Teuueisee, Mi.sissippi, Louisiana and the Southern liortion of Indiana and IlliuEAST TENNESSEE TEL. & TEL, CO. (INOnRPOIUTIDl FARMER:,jjMakc your RURAL TELEPHONES. modem your family FIRST NATIONAL "BANK," ORGANIZED IN J 882. CAPITAL STOCK, $50,000. SURPLUS EARNED, $22,000. "AS PAID IN DIVIDENDS, $21600 Combinci Absolute Safety with Satisfactory Service. Modern Safety Deposit Boxes for Use of our Customers. We Solicit Your Account. OFFICERS. (. S. Hocker, President, S. T, Harris, H. C. Baughinan, Cashier. 3tf W. V. Saunders, Ind. Bookkeeper J. It. Harris, Bookkeeper t, STANFORD. KENTUCKY 1 MA'ITIK I5KI.IK Kl.NCAII). STATE BANK 8c TRUST CO., STANFORD, KY. S S CAPITAL STOCK . Officers: W. L. MeCarty. - Pr,.,dent V e. President AMl-ta- " ?"" J- - s- - ". J. D. Ead. J 2 -t Cash. Book-keepe- moivldUal r VpEE. WLICit YOUR 1UWNE8S. DEAR OLD SANTA; I am a town boy, but I tho, 1'iuntry anil I want jou to brliiK mo a Innfrn 10 I can fee how to get out to Concrete Beehive. the Woods every night, and tni''p, . !,.... .. ...I r .. I.... II aro not present, WLIll-UU iv irr ,1....' li. ill f.111' illl the thlnjjs may be I don't want any boy to lantern purchased without any Kreat outlay of tlnd the Woods but me. Your? money. mil. There bate been many Impress"IJ.NTI.i: JIMMY.' ments lately lu tho manner of con. tructlns the beehlven and probably Dear Santa: the moat luttrestlng Is oue which is 1'lease bring nut a woik bo mado of concrete. A patent baa been dull t tilt ami candy. Yours trulv, KI.I.AIIKTH 11AI.KY. recently Issued corerlug the manufacDej'r Santa: ture of concrete beehives, but any-on1 want an engine and air gun. with a little ingenuity may easily don't forget the poor children make them, and a set of molds W li. Hlll'dAltS. Jit. been made satisfactorily, may be used Indefinitely and any number Deal hant.f I nm a kooI little boy and I of hives made from it. Anyone attempting to make a hive of this mawant in to come to ipe me. Please bmi); ue un air gun. and a Bled, terial should acquaint themselves orai-Eecandy bnnnn.ts bat and a with the. character of tbe cement and should also be familiar with the faablta! Uood bye Smtu. ball i of bees. OSf'All DALY. oe fr DIRECTOR. F- - Ie"J. M D. ElmoTe. S. J. J. H. Baughinan. M. Pettus, H. C. Baughmao, J. F. Cummins, T. Harris, 00. C. Robinson. K. C Walton, J. S. Hocker. 3 v. ii Munfty. o once-havin- ClK Cincoln Countv national Bank Of Stanford, Kentucky, CAPITAL SURPLUS B. H. SHANKS, PRESIOENT' J. PAXTON. VIOBHgiBJJIft,, KOUUlwtJ tteat i. WC CORDIALLY Dear Santa: I am a good boy nnd I want you to to ee me. Plnasa bring ma an air tvn and u sled bat and a ball. Your 1U( ft trad. cc-m- You know as well na anyone when W. O. Walker, Stanford; tJ H. Shanks Stanford; jou need something to regulate jour W, 1L Trayior Oiib-irt- s J. a. Pniirn sU'if l; Creek' ayatem. If your boweU are sluggish, It. U Hubble Lancaster: Ueo. W .Carter Stanford; your food distresses you. your hldneyv Hianiord; ,Nonw:i-W. II Samka SUafeni A. T pain. Ulw Heitatr'a Hocky Mountain Ulfedrsj C(MC GUawt Creek. W. H. Ctfwiga PresMr,Vja. tw. n uvafa iKMTMs) H rciMvt. 1, c. Mskfli tMatm; WtXUJCMU.T rtfflfflW. omsoTommi W. M. BRIGHT. CASHIER. $ $ soiTOoS tS340 000 00 ASST. CASH tO tMNWI M - 4M tfrI-- IsasJuX -- rft"-- vj , rft.W ivl " 1Nrtrr T9rri"iifri.ir-m- w-- 1 C-- rt -- i""wTy THE STANFORD. KENTUCKY INTERIOR JOURNAL. riUPAV DBCKMI1KR 16, 1010. The Interior Journal. Established 1872. InM t JriMCK It (Contributed.) bo Just ns ludlcroiiH to HELTON 8AUFLEY enterprises to prosper without strong support nnd VERT TUESDAY AND FIlinAY tlon as to tr) to remove n with n tootli pick. Give n Juat meed or prntse when nnd where It Is due.1 POLITICAL ANNOUNCEMENTS nro ' hen business enterprises Inutiched, churchos and schools nro For Circuit Judge Tho Interior Journnl Ik authorised mentioned or tho press Is spoken of . to nnnouncc Charles A. Hardin as n i.no the laurel rather thnn the randlriato for Circuit Judgo of the There seems to be a minder-toThirteenth Judicial dlstxlst, at thn ngnltut giving encouragement t 1'Jll, election to be held November, li n minister, teacher, Demo- - the strlver. subject to tho action of tho editor or ono of nn calling or would Publisher expect nil log-Jalinn.-mern m -- RETURNED Have just come back from City and have a nice variety of useful and Ornamental Christmas presents. Call and see our goods. g. b. PRurr Moreland Ky. Presents Presents Most people are happiest when they are giving and this is the Season for Si; flBsM Presents, We offer you a Large, Use- h'omo of th0 JJn Joluison papers not recognlzo It by word or token My the Interior Journal talka too rather than making vfrtuo Its own) plainly about the candldncy of their lewnfd by nucrlblng tho eternal rethainplon. Seems to lis that It's ward of silence. iiiueb wiser to hive democrats ne-- i Do not save your alabaster cruse rpialntcd with fncts concerning n'ot encouraging words until friends m.in'n candldncy before they mnko a.nvc Ron,j to the dim unknown, but reinitiation, rather than that the r- - sing your gonK 0f praUo In the II v. publicans srould bo the ones to tell ni? present. Threnodies should bo about him afterwards. We have said inni0 jnto Joyful paeans ot him who concerning Mr. Johnson's jlvcs .jnj labors for tho good of the nothing qualifications, or disqualifications, community. If you havo n good Is not known to all the repub- - ,K.ri support It. if you havo n good with llcan leaders of the stnte, and which gcnooi praise It nnd they have been preparing for sorao (h authorities In Improving It. Lot time to U50 as capltnl against Mm, tll editor's desk be strewn with letho b0 nominated, whether the tcr8 of commendation for the gcol . -.. fllT i T... .nnnnjt. thntn llfV. rntner .1 tiinu li...... ...I4L nnitll.4l -. A inun ..m Hhn.o ...v. ... interior .luiu-m- not. nutlets ,iiontlnuanco for tho bad. In ony foro U.o nomination or not put up a leader who Is so com-- ' min(,c Wnrk, do not store your fra- pletoly vunernblo to Uit enemy's fire. Enint porfumes of cooperation, sym!rath. nnd appreciation, but break In his tho box nnd ascatter them over tbo am Hen Johnson complained . i. a - .fin in - nnrv tpeech of.sheibyv...e tms week that J - does n communrtablo deed why from. Silk Handkerchiefs, 50c, Silk Sox in beautiful colors, 50c and $1, Silk Suspenders $1 to $2.50, Phoenix mufGET YOUR GUN flers, 50c and $1, Cuff Buttons 25c to $1.50, Scarf Pins, 50c to $3.50, Ladies WHILE YOU CAN Silk Umbrellas, almost too pretty to use At These Ridiculously Ltw $2.50, $5, $7.50, $10, 12.50 and $15 Prices each. Men's Silk Umbrellas, 3.50 to rAmRegordless of Cost They Go t ful and BEAUTIFUL STOCK to select ..( The " .- . grafleS best OT stvles StOriTl .k I w' HOIUS tor LaSti W LlOSC THE FOLLOWING. AND BEST OPPORTUNITY: Single Single Double Double Double Double Double Double Double Double Double Double Doubel Gun Cun Cun Gun Cun Gun Gun Gun Gun Gun Gun Gun Gun $ 5.25 6.50 13.50 16.00 20.00 16.00 30.00 13.50 12.50 13.50 18.50 15.00 18.50 . . UUt - randldntes for governor timo to(crl,n- A casket without a rose or a funmake an cffectlvc canvass of tho ought not to have any oral without a eulogy. Is far boiler He Mate healing balm lick. He has been a candidate for than a life without th0 nnd ap governor for over n year, and has of sympathy, encouragement get a probation 01 ienow man. ejeryObslble wire to d no not give tho public man tho favorable consideration from the de- mocrncy of the state. Does ho think dhort end of tho teeter board but t within another year he might be but grant to him tho right of exerable o convlncc hem that he is the cising free speech nnd assist him to logical man to redeem the state from do it. Wo do not essay to bo prophet republicanism T From me opinions we hear expressed from over the state but If the foregoing be read and be would'nt bo able to convince them lived, our community would becomo a Kenof that if he'had as much time ns It crowning gom In the galaxy of Euloglio more; crltl has taken to bulid the l'anama canal. tucky towns. tlso less, give your county paper, jour county schools, and your counThe Owen county tobacco growers ty officials a friendly and brotherly are already organizing another pool nrlp and word, and each will lmprova for next year, and havo decided to Doost your town and it win grow, cut nut a crop. If th0 Llnclln growers commend your public servants and nnd others south of the nrer had they will strive to excel. Joined the pool last year many would Post mortem eulogies cast no ray not now be unable to find a buyer for j light over the past's beclouded their crops. tplrlts Flowers on th0 cold sar- :: cophagus emit no fragrance over the The Interior Journal nas been cap- - storm tossed lives of by gone days. tured b.. Santa Claus this Issue. Read but a word In kindness spoken, a lift the letters from the little ones to the In klndnefs given tuny heal n heart jolly old fellow and then notice tho that Is broken and bear a soul toward nds or live merchants who are reauv heaven, !lve the helpful word rather than to fill his sack with Just what the1 tii vn.inc.inni nro inokine for tho one which ninaers. msteau OI I'MCing oi'siticit.' in me nny ui me plodder, endeavor to remove tho KEPT THE KING AT HOME relardation and then tho year we have kept tho . "For tho past mitigate themseUc King's New tno uvll wi King of all laxatlves-- Dr. home and they have with mercliul oblivion of timo. Life ' proved a blessing to nil our lamily," writes Paul .Mathullta, of Uuffalo N. ' It's mighty cold driving now. See Y Kasy. but sure remedy for all our fine lino of lap robes, storm ituinach, liver and kidney troubles, fronts, carriage heaters nr.d'coal. J. Only 25 nt at Penny's Urug Store. C. McClary. we-rketh-iI i FllH--lnour in glv ):i::Zl - I the market affords. We! I have all grades and all I ne price, iu are exmomng :oneoftheverybeststorm frnnfc in OUr SHOW Win- ftQyf i fac0rV UH 0011(1 iir -- w ... . IS YOUR LAST : $ 3.75 4.75 11.00 17.00 16.50 12.00 24 50 10.75 9.75 11.00 14.75 11.75 15.25 $10. Leather Suit Cases, $5 to 15, Hand Bags $5 to 12.50, Kid Gloves, $1 to 2, Work Gloves, 25c to 1.50, nice hat, $1 to 3.50, Stetson hats $3.50 4, and $5. Look at our beautiful windows and you are sure to bny. M. 0e n H. J. McRoberts. Wonc thnn the nlarni ot flro at night Is tho metnll'c cough of croup, bringing dread to tho household. Care ful n'othcrs keep 1'oloVa Honey and Tar lu tbo hose and give It at tbo first sign ot danger. It contains no it. are headquarters J forrubber tires, carriage repairing and painting. When in the market give I ns a call. I iWe I J opiate. FINE BUSINESS FOR SALE Having mnd0 up my mind to go to Arkansas, t will sell my Mock cf goods at Shelby City Ky. It Is a nlco clean stock nnd well worth the money. 1 havti about a 11,500 stock now rout will xe) it at n bargain Come and seo me. GEORGE HUNN... k(M Shelby Cltv, Ky. ! GEORGE H. FARRIS. 4 tta?fl Stanord, Ky. FOR SALE1 As I have decided to go to a warmer climate 1 will offer my llttl0 borne for :H.M.k0ll; : CARRIAGE BUILDER, DANVILLE, Tnnn5Kvij) -- KV,: . sale, cantalnlng two acres and l& loles, comfortable, house and all recessary outbuildings, cistern and orchard from 8 to 15 years old Quur ter mile from Dudderrr's mill on DIk river, lour miles east of SUnford nud four miles couth of Lancaster, apply to PROF J. D. DATSON, Gilberts Creek, Ky UNFORSEEN EVENTS, CONCRETING u. Snnta Clans won't foru t where Turnersvllle Is. Mr. H. V. McWhortcr Iiiir bought the Alcl'ee place and will put up a store Oi'r school will cloe on necenihi-r Wo hope L'.'trd aro liable to sadden an other vise happy holiday flio may sweep away Wnrelu rxMMImi to do Ml kind, ot your savings of years Consolation tuch n lllovk Work, l'Trnval. though If your property Is Iniured unci, in fart.wxcnn iiiitkanny thin from through us, In one of the soundest toowdiiin ton fclico ol. Wv ran trrr OrV-- l KUnrnntre wood joa promptly nnd (fall nnd Insurance companies extant our pnev. work mas btur nnd iiiHtrll iiintfrlnl KtImit I Ian If you would sleep soundly you Imy yuar nl day about Insur-unc- o Kvc to sec us th-on real or personnl property W. S. FISH Stanford, Ky, PHONE 200 STANFORD, KY. s PHILLIPS BROS., SALE! list New officers have been elected for .Miss John-fcoKndcnvor. Pre? , Cecil Manning vlco pres. Mff. nraduhhw tro-is- , .Miss fJnby Ilrd Mmw, Sec. llro. Moore will fill his appointment on Xuiiik (lay. morning and 1 his will be his tnrewell .ir- mon. Everybody come. Miss Dora (looch won th,. cake for being tho prettiest girl, and Cecil .Manning won the pipe as beln-- tho tigliert man at the pie supper. Mr. .ind Mrs. Wade Watson visited .Mr K. S Sandusky Sunday. .Mis'! Mollle Lewis Is on tht. sick tin Christian -- MMpBamWU T. D. NEWLAND'S THE PLACE TO GET YOUR XMAS CANDIES, NUTS AND FRUITS. A Hli I I CUT FLOWERS FOR ll it. tbo f rvtt)-- t ol cut flowort, illanta ot nil kind.. IiuIIm, potted llowrri. on thort ootlcx. AIm uinko n . apvlalty ot rwUll I rnn lurnlih Hi public with the tV ' t WOMAN'S GREAT IDEA. tor lor funrrnl purot-aIn connectlnn lth ttic ntiorv, I bars all klnd.'ot vrirtablr.on band nt t'HKlHTVJANHUKKN HOtlHKH. Kli tluniiAHn. t'KUfc. Ik how to make herself attractive, lint ? without health, it U hard lor her to be lovely in tace form or temper. A weak, sickly woman will be nervous lln'T.I . Kr John Oadberry and little daughter ot KIllHtiurjj visited .Mr. II W McWhorter last week. M!scs Martini and Sallio Koger uii'l ''era Sandusky nnd Mr. nnd Marlon lingers, Cecil .Manning. v:er the feuestH of .Mlsg Uettle Hogers this week Mr Kd Martin had a valuable horse to die Wednesday night. .Mr Dan Mojer wan the guest ot MUs Dora Oooch Sunday. nnd .Mrs ir and irritable Constipation and Kidney polund show In pimples, blotchci kkin eruptions and a wretched Hut Klectric Hitters always Piove a godsend to women who want health, beauty and rrieiidB. They Stomach, l.tver and kidneys, rind purify tno blood: give ytrong nerves, bright eyen, pare breath, smooth velvety skin, lovely complexion, good health. Try them 50 cents at Penny Drug Store. com-plxio- Fall And Winter Suitings at CbrltinnH, or OF ALL GIFTS. nnv other tmi, Is gor.o iieaitn, in.x is insured nv mi ina ,il unrnt ,r riliimtilTiir In vntir hoiifcc If voii would present your tnnul) with a threefold blessing, celebiau Xmas ty arranging with v K warnrr and Co, for a complete sv from ceh tern of rrodiTii lar to roof. - THE GREATEST W. K. WARNER, Phone 186. Stanford, Ky, My now tall and winter samples nro They now ready for your Inspection. comprise tho beat on the market. 1 rnn sun any onu m iu tirito uu uu his clothes made to order. A salt mado to your measure In preferable To have to ready mado clothes. thom made to measure doeip't cost any nioro than ready made wfcea quality and fit la in and let me tax re m f Delicious Coffee every Morning and always the same with a I I IL O. Kisley. u Practical Tallor.k Rochester Percolator Popular in I'rico - Simple to Operate - Kasy (o Clean because it extracts all of the good of the coffee AtL (or our llluttratcd 1 King off Externals !Sells itself wherever GOWANS FRUIT AND 8HADE TREES Everything for Orchard Lawn and Garden. Write for Frco Catalogue No, Agosta H. F. HILLENMEYER & SONS. Lexington, Kentucky. V SAVES NEARLY HALE r$ I m I 1 v introduced. Imitators have tried to imitate, K irliiWcYCHMSTMAS 1910 and substitution has been attempted. But once GOWANS always Gowans for Inflammation and congestion. It rr( uh iile.is'ira to (lowiuis InlUnwintioii, throat mid chfhl. i'n'i-'ir.ifo- j.L.Beazley&Co., For the Most Attractive and Useful Christmas Gifts Valuable Xmas Presents W. H. HIGGINS. go to Penny's Drug Store ALI SIZES 1 rccurii-imrii- tl i raiH-clnll.- linvonolil (Jowimh I'lvpuriitloii for wnny yearn imtl iwverlitul n tuiitlil.ttnt. We of tin' UuderUKora and Embalm Abo Dealers iu Fur nlture, Mattlngs,Rugs. Tbey will ezchange Furniture lor all Kind, of Stock. Give fur liunusuTus mtua co.. A'. Hiirlington, en. , C". UY HAVE IT IN THE HOME AIIDfvtalala COWAN SI. 00.. S3. UvwUtt, MCOICAICO.. DURHAM, N. C. Bkur i.i.uii kr jtu inuut ut TANPVIID, TfcenaCftU. PrioeeRigkt. - MENTUCKY Ulu jijJtj !jfe 'aLL.'lilirW.i KIIIDAY DKCKMIIKR 10, 1U10. THE STANFORD, KENTUCKY INTERIOR JOURNAL. PADB PAWS Christmas Will Be On Top Of You Before you know it. Don't be among those who put buying off Just tho thing for ClirlMmaa gifts, Hint chlnti nt Ocorgo H. Karri'. You're wondorlng what to glvo for I'hrlMPtds. Como to Mucllcr'a. Wo'vc got Just what you wnnL heren nothing nicer for n, Chrlnt-mapresent thnn n picture. Heo our lino nml how reasonably e pell thom. 'J How To Get Your MMh ey's Worth: T O until the Inst moment. . J. I,, liontlcy R. Co. Wc arc offering many attracHuy your ClirtatmM ribbons froii , ou P'i Mini Kiia siny Nniinuara. tions to Christmas buyers. thoin nt cost. In for Santa Claus candle?, fruits, nuta toys of nil dosctlptlon cm! ChrUtmn nt prices that will mate you open " your ryep. J. O. Horton. O0000000003t CXKSO&O & 0 O 0 &&8CH! llpflilqwirtora Stanford, lino Cloaks, Suits, Skirts, Furs And Waists s- hat, trimmed nnl untrlmmeil, cot.t. Wo have to do this to Miss make room or Fprlng goods. Kiln May Saunders. fc'vory KOln at - Are going at Cut Prices. Save yourself Art pictures mnko nice Christmas Sco them nt tho Sacray Studio, Stanford. present. HE COT THEM AT COFFEY & COLEMAN'S Mahognny first-clans dressing table for sale; condition. Mrs. W. s:!-'- ;. some Christmas money by buying a cloak or wsuit at Cut Prices. articles We have many useful such as Handkerchiefs, Gloves, Suspenders, Hosiery, Bed-roo- m I Slippers, Auto Scarfs, Phoenix Muf- flers, Baskets Linen Goods, Towels, Pillow Tops, Etc. SEVERANCE & SON, STANFORD, 76 - - KENTUCKY. Bibb-Denham Special fountain pens lor school use cents, f I and JI.S5 nt Penny's Drug Store. t II C Kin-H- PROMINENT COUPLE WED LEAVE FOR WEST. PERSONALS. AND Anderson l nolo to get out alter n hard f.wb- - wltl the ulp Mrs. J C. llallry and Miss Upneun of Crab Orchard were here terday shopping. .Mrs. Suo Wallace of Lexington, I t or her sinter Mrs. Adclta tin; Woods. Cashier J. W. Hutchison, of the State Hank A: Trust'Co., was In Loul villi this week on butlness. W. S. Klnli made a uuslm-trip to Livingston yimtorday. Dr. 0. tl. Perry him returned from a Hfvvrnl day' htislnwH trip to St. )xuls. Mr. and Mrs P. S. Ititte, or wor hole shopping on Wed-- t J outlay visiting Miss Sue WtKMls Uhh Mi. It. II. I'titiiHin at Lubnnon to: thu putt wcuK Impiiltte Master Jniues Ifchwird HutcliUoti, SHORT LOCAL NEWS ol tlic JL ftbiffi' Cnttk kcv'toti, ,1 ..l.siuna, hi grandparents ,' at Ralrfna lloims for rent. . H. tf . Mercer county M. MIm Hauls I'avton and Mrs. S Watches. Jawelry, cut glass, solid .Sntifluj spent Thursdrf) In Cliiuiniiatl. silver etc at .Muellers'. .Mrs. J. J. Painter, or llrodhead was I.tre with her husband Wednot-day- . Sho Snntn. Claus in tho window of Corfe, fc Coleumn, alfo the Xm.'. ttornoy Ch.iTlM Montgomery, tr treo. Liberty, was hero thl week, on legal business and was warml) greeted by "Irtiires Ci to Itowland ror good Ms man) friends. and choap pictures on!) fill cents per The Frankfort Sown nays tlmt Mr. iloxun Frank Conller and Mrs. J. M. Alverson have return I there from their trip In th onut I 'the lino or china waro in and are at Iiohih at the bonnling ' town ntnicest (icorge II. Karris'. house of Mrs. O'Donnell on Sludbv v bn W It Denhnm and Mrs, Maggie illbli were quietly wedded at ,tUe homo of the brldo Thursday evening, and soon afterwords took the late L. K N train for tho home of groom In Oklahuma City, Okla. The cere-mowat perlormetl by Hev, J. J. Plckoy, and was witnessed by only a few Intimate friends and rotative. wim snowpreu congratulations and best wlshs upon the happy pair. Mr. Denhnm Is u former Kentuck- mn and lived In Stanford for romo time where two of his sons, Mesrs W. S. and K II. are In tho coal and feed business. He Is engaged In real estato business In the home ol his adoption which hc declares Is the grsit-- t city in the world, and had ui!inscd a fortune Ills brldi bus made her home In Stanford or Lincoln county practically nil or her llf,. and Is ropular and beloved bv all who know her. Her attractho joung diughtor, Miss Winnie Uav'g Illbli accompanied Mr. and Mrs. Don- bam west and will make her homo with them. Ml have the wishes of a Lost r Kentucky titends for eoiiiple'f Kill tho germs that's the only war Hvomel will kill Wanted to rent a houw ol 4 or r to euro ;ntarrh. Apply them. Just breath,. It. Aak 0. L. In Stanford or vicinity. rooii.s Penny be rolls It on money hack 'tiA C. Cnnnctt, Logan ittcmio 1 plan. Complete ontflt separate Call and Inspect our Xmas toys at bottlo 50 cents. so you can get what you want nnco lofoie everything Is picked oer. Mnko your wife happy Xmas with Cnflay and Coleman. one of our nice lurnltur0 ccts. J, I & Co. Fresh supply ot tnui good Ilex coal W. S. & C II. ltl cents delivered. You want good Christmas candy, Dcnham. nuts and fruits at low prices.. See our you buy, Dohon big stock before There's no better candy for Christ-- Campbell. ma than Allegratls. tlet a box f r Mr. Merchant Just remember that your glil at tho New Stuntord Dm st-:the Interior Journal is read by 15,000 Co. peoplo twice n week if you have anyHarry Jacobs tt Monument man thing tosay to them nbout Christmas of McKlnne) was here Monday and gools, you can do so In no surer or Tuesday retting up monuments for mor,. certain way. The Interior Jour Mrs. Annie K.nglemnn, Mrs I. II nal covers Lincoln like a Cook and Dr. Pennington. In Uuffnlo comb and sends hundreds of papers cemetery, and two In the colored every Issue Into Cnrrard, Doyle, Hoc, castle, Casey, and PulasKt cuuntres. eemetory for Dr TarSM. A word to the wise Is sufflclflnL daughter ot Mr Tl'p You know as well as anyon0 when and Mrs. Tom Pluinmer, or Itowland. Thursday and wns burled lu you nedd something to regulnto your died t tct Ooshen cemetery Wednesday If your bowels are sluggish morning. They have the sympath s your food distresses you, your ol many friends In their lo.s. pain, take Hollister's Kocky Diamond Cuff Buttons To reduce Mountain Tea. It always relieves. my stock of dlnmond cuff buttons, 1 . cents, tea of tablets. glvo u discount of 20 per cent on will them W. II. Mueller, Stanford. The City Council has authorized the Chief of Police to appoint six A BARGAIN. depv.les during Christmas to prevent TU 1 -- acres or land in Lincoln coun' ot fireworks of all kinds. the u 15 acres ol riao tobacco Notuo Is hereby given that the law ty About Uind, nnd 14 acres or tlno bottom will be strictly enforred. II. D. Ctr-teGood tobacco barn 34x18--- 1 f land. Chief ot Police. feet to eavo. This barn Is new. Other buildings arc old. (!ood chance tor HowfcThis? Lomeone to make mony. I'rlee $'j4.r,ii W C8T Oto" IIubi IMUn n nl (or wit See L. It. Hughes or W. I . MeCarty. mm r( liunt ttut a&bot 4 curra or iuiii Laurrb lirr. r. j. ciiKNnr co.. ToWo. o. 1 J ciirnrjr For Sale 10 sbarr or llustonvlllc TorW. IM undTltneJ.and luvr known rrrrctlr Ihp un is ynrs tirlkve nlQ In aR bUAinrM Iraiwartkiiu Hank stock Apply at this &i to carry out any obligation madeand Dnwtuuj National by nU &nu. WaLDIMO. KlSNAN A UAHWV. otilce W bokvak, Urunuu. Tofcdo. O. HaQ-to Ue.-ule1 t. tlne-toothc- d Kia-neyr, 4 f Catarrh Cure takrn Internally, artlni dlrrrllv upon the blood and mucotn turfarra or hc yitrtn TMllmonlala atnt rrrr. I'tln 13 trnta prr tottir v.Md by all lruret.u Ulv Hall a llmlly TIP. for roiullpatloa. bind-ntKor llont. On account of the t will rent my store with a nlco dwelling of four looms kitchen and hnll and tront porch and n fine cistern nt tnc door. A good bnrn tine Jidcn and all necessary outbuildings will rent nt a bargain nt llartwcll. Ky Cuiry county A fine place for bust. i,oss. Call on or wrlt0 to J. V. & Son. Kldd's Store. Hart-gc- C. Hhnnlcs. You v.iil want to send out statements tho first of tho year. Let the I. J., print your bill heads. Wo do good work at lowest prices. "A fool and his money soon part," says Judge Wise, "but a wise man buys his Xmas presents from the following list of useful articles at Cummins & weoren's PHOENIX MUFFLERS.... 50c to $', NECKTIES 25, 50 and 51.5C HATS ALL PRICES UMBRELLAS 50c to fir SUIT CASES $1 t0 $1; BOYS SUITS $1 to $2C SUSPENDERS ..'. 25 to ! GLOVES 10c to $5 SILK HOSE 50c t0 j? CVER COATS $2 to $2f SHIRTS 25c to J2.5C SWEATERS 50c to $3 COLLAR BOXES $1 to $2.5C MENS' BELTS 25c to V HANDKERCHIEFS, Large assortment.. Ladies shoes In Velvet, .Suede or Patent, Cuff Links, Scarf Pins, ot Mufflers in New f tets. Design... .25c. to $2 ''Mil tTORE T IS THE HOME OF HART SCHAFFNER & MUXSi'SXVrtWet tt&$&a$& P I I aa. ( fc. WELL FITTING CLOTHES, There's no patent on the Idea tif VBHHHV ht - W.inted. Ever one to como and pay me, the doctor. Cannot live on watc-- . frohU air sunMilue and fnow nnd clothe mysell with climate KIg leaves are out or styh-- . M. 1). Stanford WARNING! wearing plain, well fitting clothes aw is there a copy-rigon selling these. Only so many people don't wearVra or so many dealers don't sell 'em thai it's always worth noting. We're Hi to sell clothes, and we do. We good ones, but that doesn't mean thej are dear. We buy carefully from makers we can depend upon, pay for.as: get good cloth, good lining, goodwiofc-mansh- ip and good fit. And we setf as a moderate profit. &--l S m mPvm This is the chief requisite for OR 1 HI If J IR) i All unpaid accounts of the Huston- vllle Holler ilill Co., not paid by tho M ot January will be put into the nands nr an attorney ror collection This means everybody. s-- www W. E. PERKINS, CRAB ORCHARD, KEOTT3GD? '- TO OUR LNCOLN FRIENDS. ou hav - The sublet nt the Methodist churcl' Sunday morning at 10'4S will be, "In ternatlonal Arbitration," Tho pence societies or tho world have asked that this be the subject of nil sermons Deo. 18th. The pastor cordially In el vlteg tho public to nttend. Miss Suo lleth .lumen who has been the attractive guest of Missed Sulllo W 1. Floyd ot Kubnnks has pur ami Mary Ilurdetto. went to Crab Orchard Thursday to visit Mis. 11. chased tho general merchandise esI Collier. tablishment of W. S. Coffman at den .ludgo J. W Alcorn went up to ovu, oonth or McKlunOy and will ndd l'lncvlll,, on legal liiiHlneas on rhurs- greatly to the stock an4 make many d.iy. Improvements. He will bo wariui) Mr. and Mrs I'ellx White of the welcomed lo thut community. pike, are receiving congratSomerset ulations upon the'nrrlxal ot a sweet Tho Methodist Sunday school will llltlo daughter, who has been named glre u Christmas, eorvlco ot song and Suomanth.i. story Sunday evening. December, 'i. I)r William Shelton who sustained at 7 o'clock The public are cordially an upopluctle stroke last Sunday, con- invited to como nnd cnoy tho the tinues to hold bis own and show im- sacred service with us. Committee provement The membcra or tho vurlo.is SunSnm Matheny Is Htlll improving at day schools of tho lty are going t his homo In tho country and bids bo will remembered by old Santa lair to mnko a cotnpli to recovery (Inns on Christmas. Most of the Williams and beautiful daugh- Christum relebrutlons will be held on ('. Ulssle Williams, and Mrs. Siturday night, thu LMtli. Ctirlhinas Ml ter, Cleo llrown, of ML Vernon, passed At the (liilstliin church, through bore Thnrsdny night en oe. candy fruit, etc., will bo given onto homo nfler attending tho wed- to tho scholars Christmas morning, at ding of Judge, it. (J. Williams to Miss Sundn) bdiool. Superintendent Clar l.ettlt. May Clift. which was a benutl-lu- l nice Tato is making n campaign to event at Covington Wednesday break nil records at attendance that v enlng. morning, desiring to reach thu ;iou J. W. Ireland. T W. Pennington, mark. N. Saunders, J. N. tleo. P. Ilrlght, J. Wlggtngton. J N. M.jnetee, Jr., attend A Christmas tree will be gUen tor td Masonic l.odgo nt Danville Thursday night whcr0 work was douo lu III,. Presbyterian children ou Christ-ma'- s ovo when old Santy himself will Master Mason's degreo 'Oeo. I). Hopper, Jr., from Lincoln I.odge No. tO bo present to distribute presents and Bood things to children. was one of the candidates. 1 how-cvo- street losiph Ciiffev prwp'iet ' ot lb,. Ver inula Hotel and one of tho Ihi known ti.rti'.lncil a citizens ot riUii'.Yril ery paralytic rn.ir.9 Tuusday Mght run! lios since Iwd in a ciitital ton. ilttioti. His upwr left mile Ir nllcot- - C Perfect ft n Bake Day Foods n ft 1 making Inspect our Christmas holiday line, consisting or Cut tilass. irts nnd Crnrts wure. Ivory Art work, l.owney'8 cnndles, toys In fact, anything you ) may want for p present for old or young. Wc can savo you money. Reynolds & Evans, a special Invitation r W. O. t I L R. Hughes T. W. Humble Hc5 Junction City, Ky. The Lincoln county Medical Socle-t- y met In Dr. Peyton's office Dee. l.'l lilO, nnd elected tho following oflicera for tho ensuing year. P Hickle. Huliblol President. Dr. Vice President, Dr Caldwell, Wnv-- I U'eburg; 8ecretarv, Dr. M. M. Phil lips, Stanford; Cenors. Dr. Acton, Kimrsvllle: Dr. T. W Singleton, .Mr-- 1 V. Jones, Crab Oich-- I Klniiev; Dr. I.. ..! 171. , . Jf fthlt.l.A.a llit.lnn J ....I ,,VIDtt'l- .1111 UIIH 1. T M,M-n- SUGGESTIONS FOR THAT XMAS GIFT. Fancy Jabots Black Silk Hose Colored Silk Hose ROYAL Dcuiing aWVlaUyiJli 1H Umbrella Collar and Cuff Bo-ner- - IB Suit Casrc New Velvet Hoard B gate vllle. Dr. Acton was In the state meeting. 1 dele Iral Ahstnlutalv Purm (cTt The only Baking Pow- - JP 8"" der made from Royal HI , Grane Cream of Tartar VW Ir I Iff J Made from Grapes M: s oxfcutiix of (he estate of Miss will on court dny Ubodn I.unsford. at 1 o'eliTk P. M., JsNl'AllY fth li'tl 27 sell tho following bank stork: I Belts ar. Silk and Wool Scarfs Combs and Barrettes Toys Gafnw Collar UP-Tft- v, tt'orfs First National Dank: In I -' 2 iM No Unto Phosphata W Ho Alum Pi) Incoln County National Hank and S shares In the Btate Hank & Trust Co, of Stnrford Kv MATTII3 V KIHIIY, Kx'x 8t-- ahnroi ANDANYTHING YOU WANT IN DATE DRY GOODS, SHOES, ETC. NOTION aV'fMtii fi ' Wii 4 iBaPtHIki 169 acres' of lnnd. five room cottage, three porches pantry, hnll etc., large barn 10 stalls, slud nnd good lott. lluggy houso, hen houso etc. Tho place la well watered, buildings all now and fenc ing good. This Is a good, farm and will sell at a uargaii: price only $65 per acre. Apply to U R. Hughes. For Sale. 2 no I HUGHES, MARTIN & CO. L Dry Goods, Notions, Shoes STANFORD, KENTUCKY V t I. jJWGK SIX THE STANPOItl) KKNT I PKY, INTKUIOIl JOUItN U KKIDAY DKCKMllKfl 16, 11) 10. im "Ti My- - sLaLsaaBL TtN aV a aaHLlr HFJbbbIEbC aaMaaLaM T( Jr SWfJ Sk""" J 4u Trmr p 1 1 Tr - i"?- - aaaMMWl fc We will have every thing you are looking for in the Holiday line. We will have Jewlery of all kinds watch chains, fobs, lockets and chains, Rings, Bracelets and silver ware to suit any one. Our line of toys, fruits and candies will be complete. Our opening will be Friday the 16th. Bring the children and let them see Santa and tell him -what they want for XMAS. L. L. SANDERS, Crab Orchard, Ky. Lebanon Mv JVIore Letters SAluium Juiull'Jii, to Santy - Junction, Ky It P t No 'i Kubanko i - Mtf r Sunt) Doar OKI Sunn tbanght I on lil write ami tell I nn a little girl nine tenra oM, I . 1 jriti cbool over tin, I would lit X3rtm Mfeat I warn for Clirstmnii If joh would bring me some m - J.irgp iloll :inl n ring uml oaie side combs two ,$BHrr4j. .itm jionie fur nml u eoiontit jnlce prcmti. a vine cfinclj and some oranges (jiiiic s and come, apples nnd any Hood Mi iXwscmmb and some fire crackers uni! luini. el" jou ninj tmrH avmnn randtos nnd some fruit old Santa, P.THKl. PAMDHN steJl A iKtV und u large reman ian- B&Siinsul nuth. So I will close from, K) . k a- - yo j I'l-u- hc would write and till Mm what wM foi .nui. i wniit ami a train nnr n niiiiiiini Idle, and a ran uml n pair or . m a i ock v horse ami a i.ilr of 'oies nnd i led and drum nnd oiue oranges and some binmns nnd some ran dy nnd n coconut and some firecrackers nrd a large roman candle nml Mils nnd Dome roman candles. Voi.rs, ti niy, KKV HAt.K 1 Dear Santa I thought I Dear Santa I'l-i- (iiNIl m.ossik hai.i:. WJfcsf'&UJtir 1 am a good little girl and ttmtrU.ui to come to e0 n.me. Please ,Mp( jrtQ a locket a ring set of furs I i 2iMMM uttked for too much, as Xmus .atcsHf ju$t once n jear. Your little LSAitKU.A It WAKRKN. arair-n- doll Jurnltiiro for i7tf ofIan slows- my don't and a think Kid I ' ilVat bring ,1111 liorse, sorie 0r Old 3 inta w- - a h d and iniitu, mite and j t suj:ko.v Snntn am golnu In write oti a letter Dear Santa Ola is I wnut for Xinan. lam I nin a little girl aeten oari o'd ti t"ll im what I yould like frr ou to brlnr CMieuting ou nt mr home t'hiiatuuiH Snnts 1 want joii to trlng me n counter mo a Mow a yet of dlslic. n picture nnd ioi gun Uld Snnta book, n doll and some wind), iniU-- : roc!. t hoie m don ftirgst little brother I kunw nnd nuts. 1 will eloe bv wishing forget me )it won'tenndii- - te IIbring wnnt orotige j on ji iww Xm.is. to ask Mm IJ'MIKNB. nuts nnd NANP ntk any tiiistfon ctII In oiw the tele phone iro--J rlucs Iear Santa .l( )K I'AXTON MJSSKIt t am a cood littlt. Imj and want iou to come to see me, and Deal han'H want you to bring me Fome ornnge-- i 1 am a good hot and bring me a boIlng Wftllt ou io inn., .iiid nee me. Ilrin-- j and candy and nnd whip nnd a mo s.11110 indj orunges, nut Iirldlf nlte, and bo of tools and home books and tIo 't corlc gtin, niiVI u expriss wagon fcoi'ie ikats cnJ a bicycle Pruui oiir friend W1TIIKKS CHAS Hubble My Dear Old I 1 1 POUt.U. lAiuy.M'r: connkit iiHE -- GIFTS AT POPULAR PRICES! AVVyVWWfWVAWoWWAV nnl I v. itl hxiklng for yon leain bi'i,g me a dolt and u little riKkinr iwlr norae md ninl lot of bKaaruta luo He iHnr Sant nirp and come. t'le.im don t forget to bring PAIN Me a little waggon and a heap of t.iiidv nnd Imnunns Krl i rlitgle UAUI.XNI) JAMCS I. nm it giKvl little foi.r )nrs old md I thought I .i,uM write l Mr Santa Clnu: ou ;ou would not foruet me . I will write to J on and tell I vnnt n ami. idstol oud n i UN I wnnt rrent Jen wunt I nunt for Xmrm ami plBano a doll n pair of side combo, a tory big trmn and 'i monkft W.n me lota of iileo ciuid and fruit IkxiK, and some ornngeH, npplcct 1 bring my llttlt dopf Jaik a crnj i rnd nuts Prom nice n'bbr luill Well go, hie un 1VA PHAXUIS I'KI'l'I.KS. 11. Mm til net Xmns. I nui Miur ilrlomP Dear Santa Claus lA.MS HK1.M KXtil.K.MA.V. want )ou to plenie bring me C'hrfotmaa. a book, gloxeK, nnd all i)sr Old Snntn Plain Mii'lg of fruits. Don't rorget all the I June ttmapht "f jrou an o'tet. oor children Youm inn kit Philsmi nod woodirwl ft MAUV nooxi: siMt would lirlnr me an manv nifr lrwvntn and fruit tlil rominv ar Snnta Clau.-- (.hristtMH at you H1 IhuI and I I will write miii a letter u tell to write you a hurt letter and on what I want for Xina, I want tWl mhi Just wlml I wnut 1 wuut b ste of aes, candy, ornnge oi to bring me largo doll Ir.rwnaj grniieii, plums nnd nppln. bed trd n tet ola dUlie doll a oun nnd HI.I.V .MAY .Mil. I. Kit nice trult ami enndy From lll.l.i.V 1IOHUIS Dear SAntn Clau want )oti to pleaxe bring tne Mllledgftllle. K' lhtistniM n hook, hide combs hair . IU'ht Santa PIhiim ' r'blioim, nnd a lot of fruit. Youm I will write ou nnd ymi EI.IZAHKTH IIOOXK. (what we want ou to bring nil m. want a gun. Mini,, orangex and randy I brother Di ar Santa Clans James wants n wagon a nil I will write ou a letter to tell Kim nnd nuts nnd ennd), Muter want a doll and Ilttl char Dear K.iutn oi what I wnnt for ChrUtmao. will be ood boj nnd i;llU II want oni, candy nnd n tov rabbit ou will tome to ie,. us grapes r'u"i and banams. From Prom jvmks vouch r AI.HKIIT Mll.l.CIt and wine fmltR nnd onnih PUAS'K ne bring me n train nnd nnto MirrCKAIt b I)c Hnntu Plans It v III soon le Nina t lir am a mhnI little gtl mil I nut you to conif and mi w- - l'l , t I ring n." ik) i in- - ntit-- on.i g, nnd .ar rnd a doll bed. and n itir of nil e and u loll Imhi. kj d ii hIi of r r hk.i'ts and a imlr of led gloes aril v (.welt(mr rihhI Hit I,, g i MACtllK WOOD l.YN.N I i 1 1 Tear kiiIr Vlnui - Ii lf. ntilii Plans- bnntt tun nil, tilt-- Luti rnd m ml,- -) that illmh up the string a aixl ami f.iln- - in. e trnln ).vl ( mid like milt of vloihe nii will Unit Hipk.. it PniiiiMnii X f' iio Your gonJ htnre extcpt the clotho , 1'imi Pit-ft'- nine k-- notour woods kmi it I Smtia Plana1 ttnnl viu-- Ia nltni hi itiu n,t n do'l and fl'l bed, ami m o"I iMUdy Plente bring llttlr Mnrv Chi- rsli MHers a nice llttl., doll and wv will be l'lcr little girW. and liHik for vm, Ihjiik von old Sunt a be sure Ui come MAItTII HANKY I Dar in-tt- 1 Santn PIshs am n small democrat boy nnd 1 do not like dolls so will )ou picas bring mo u wagon nnd a horn too Cl.AUK.NCt: TATK I.l'NBr'OltO Di-a- r I 1 U'lil 1 i big doll that vl Thlh is lioiu llttl-- . ket ol Pfii Santn Claitf hi- - old lx am n little gli will ii p'ea'e btlng mi,. ,i ni,. bii' I I rult lots of (Uinlr a nice mug go to hliep MXIirilA 1.PNSP0KD jarge Assortment Useful And Substan lial Articles. be-ome HOLT7.Cl.AW RAYMOND The task of deciding what to select for our friends for Dcir Santa umnsC hristmas Gifts is not an easy one. however, it has want ou to bring me some ibiidi. aniiles, oinnceH and butunns much easier since useful and substantial articles are pair of glove a gitn and a imlr tf tikateB P1.DP. DPDDKItAK used Customers will find in our store articles suitable for g, ifts for everyone. All are the latest designs, of the best materials and at prices surprisingly low. As a suggestion Free Rtmtdy Ifo r gifts, we submit the following, only a portion of our im- Helps ChiMrin I 1 thought I wo-ilwrite ou a letter to tell )ou what to bring me ChrlHtnax. I want nine cnndv apples oranges, bananiB and some other thlngii Ilka romnn Vnnnons. lire crack trn nnd sky rockets tor Christmas cc night, then I will hnte a good time that night Your frlnd. I Dar Santn Claus i -- m. ense lines. Di'iu Santn:- Wiu jou pisie brine me a doll Dear Santa tint will go to sleep, nnd loth of can I thought I would write to l"t d npples nnd ornnrn Mich ns little jou hnow whit I want for Xma (.IHs like to tune This Ih from little I want n bed and n doll piano nndc KU7..V I.UNSPOItlt. dozn of orargen that will be all KUZAinrni Di'nr Kinta PImiis l nni .lifhl i.tirn old mid I IMMr Old Santa Claus i .in in lirlm- - ,nt n til tr ilnll ..ml I am a little girl Keen 'ear-ol- d r.inily und appb-nml oranges nnd and I wnnt ou to brine mc doll nod bring her u a little bed nnd I ii uii bring jiiiiii nniT i.mmn nmi something good mj dear I haie Allmi little tibl,. and little clinlm a llttb' t'ib niKtiT Ikt name Ih Lena Pliiih will ou pleie uke little Karl filing iomi uno tine I'ejtrn. Khe U ten inonllm old and foiiu IUkhIch le is bab). the) at little I an nil to lirlnir lnr Hnninthlnt- - and I art is too litI rimlpap I'lillllni and . !too, if ou pli'.it jour write, nml thet ure o Iiun w dk tlt to i fiAiicAitrrr lilliug hogH nt grandpiipH I thought forxit to write to tmi th.ii iiili-h- l Dear Santa Plnun l.oil bit ibsir Smt'i PI.iiix. I r.ni a llttl,, girl nine SDK IIKI.l. KOCKIIS eirs old I want oi to bring me n doll nml little stne and vome doll dlidies nnd , Mil luliulle, l .om enndy nnd orange nnd some Dear Old Snntn Plans iMiianas nnd some npplps If ou please I'le.i.,. Inliu me ii gun that Your I'rlend will uliool shot n drum und a Irj IIKSSli: MV WADi: Prom k)cle i kii:i.u i ...I s lle frh-nd- (DIAMONDS AND CUT GLASS. EVE51 Souvenir Spoons. Vu HAVE AN ELABORATE PINS. -- SEEN IN HANDORINTEP AND BRASS IN ARTS WATCHES rAXDSOME nuso n''ill.VtK FOILfcT AND MANICURE. PLAY OF CLUUrta, wMV-- n WATCH WATtll SETS BEAUTIFUL LINE OF FOd!, OBS. DANVILl.h CHINA. AND CRAFTS,' fflT Cr.nN"S. .31J.VEH STICK PINS, BELT DUCK FORKS KNIVES, SETS. CARVING AND NAP. I Fountain pens. HANDSOME SPOONS. r' HANDSOWE LINE OF uif,n tl.innr?l,Afn&u unmnsLbHa. - COLD AND SILVER l,kie i We have many other handsome articles, and, as we are making especially low prices to the Christmas Trade, you vill not only secure something nice, but save money by . calling on us. ,. 0. E. McWATERS, Danville. INSPECTOR-MA- IN ATFICIAL RAILROAD TIME ST, OPP. GILCHER. - t mh On l'l' nl K )fiii .Snntn PIiiiih'- C3.iin Tijtnaln I ft I am n llltte rl.li. the tmr old bot SIGNS OF LOCAL INTERESTS. NO. truly wonderful laxative and specially im Hiire jou will reineinbei me miin adapted to tha need of liable and Now I mil going to tell jou what I because THINO NICER FOR A GIFT. WE cnilartn child will u ii nicaiaui iu iu.io want Mm to bilng me I want a train refuso It. Then, It la and no grlpei.I h- It I all that i ml automobile, und lin t hiliu e'se mild and never .hnlll, - IhAiirh It Ih (iu would likx to iihuii me I am n HAVE ALL THE PUOLIC BUILD. i.ll. 1. a sood laxative for ttio whole family good little bov. I will hail'.' up n y krN-Lj?rA.It Ii effective at all ages. It ttoihlng and go to bicause mius nrtkJ lucnrc, our l'd earl i simply not dynamic iikb aiu, !'" which and powerful cathartics,anyway. should i hltli' Irlend. IIPUM'.ITi: KVXDKIIK not be Given to children Nine times out of ten when a child complains and you don't know exactly Dear Rantn Clans It needs a. what Is the matter with it.connlpatod. You lire a Jollj old lellow and laxathe its bowles are trouble, I know you won"i lurgct me this Byrup Tepsln will correct the b tone up the child or.d soon It will re- Xmns Iiumi tried to 1(. n good lioy well again oier nlk'ht wonderful sults have been secured with Byrup In in; uie an) thing '" want me In Pepsin. have and do not foiget tho llttl'' poor You can buy It of any drusglst at l,oj and glrU, our little Irlend. the fifty cents or u dollar a bottle, you latHODS I ON YAOIIH ter being; the family -- Ixe, Itbut at yra nrsi Invited to make a let of your addoctor's expense. 8nd blm you a free De-iHunta Plans dress today and he will send I wnnt you to bring im a pair sample bottle direct to your home. your fav- of Hkntes, ii doll n set ot (toll dishes Then when satlsned buy It of orite drufflst. 1o;ir bnd frultH imtH und candy Dr. Caldwell does not feel that the rrhnd, Durcbaae ot bis remedy ends his obll- - little tll.VDVH AllNOMI specialised In stomach, fration. IU has diseases for over forty Iver and bowel years and will be pleased to give the :Deir Santahs subject rea reader any advice onwelcome to wrlta l'leas0 bring tne a train und n caara-e-. All ara EXPERT REPAIRING SPECIALTY. of advlca aim. Whether tor tha medicalhies Dr. little doggy and some fruit nnd candy aMreaa ar taa fre sample cil3w.ll aulMlaft and sled. : V. HOStiRT UCBttLK HKEJtON THESE BEARING Many a mother lias learned of a way of avoiding sickness in her family, e- penally amonu the children, by the use of a free sample bottle of the fa- -, mom laxative, Dr Caldwell's Syrup Pepsin. This offer of the doctor's to re- DIS. send a free samnle bottle lias been sponded to by thousands of women DE in all parts of America. ' HOLIDAY FARES VIA QUEEN & CRESCENT ROUT. PxmiMlon tlrKetK will be Mild Dei D. . 17. L'l. Ti, 2S, 21. 2, II V I I l. I'lul lii'mur) Ihi I'M flood leiern lug until .1,'inunrj stli. i;i (nil on in ii t lgetit for jmrtirtilnr or write H. C. Klnq, P, A T. A 101 i: M iin ht ui.i.ii; t' liiiuuiiM I.K.VI.(,I() M vi.l. i ll m ...!.. In disorders and diseases of children drugs seldom do good and often do harm. Careful feeding and bathing are the babies' remedies. uincn i. Scott's Emulsion that not only nourishes them most, but also rogulates their digestion. It w a wonderful toaic for children of all ages. They rapidly gain weight and health on small doses. it the food-medici- ne 1 r FOR BALK BY ALI, DKUOOISTS Bead 10c. seta of paper sad ttU ad. lor ear Utatlful Seriate Bask aad Child's Sketch-BoolUch Unk, coaUlos a Sood lack Peaay, -- acerr a sewm, m rm st, M. y. -- Ai .fc. 4. . JUa iUa.,,. vauk etfvi REAPING BENEFIT of HArKING-SHEL- F FOB CELLAR .USEFUL IN HEATIFtt WATEK from The Exptrlenee People. Stanford Curtain Hung Around Fruit Jare Ex eludes Dutt end Keepe Out Files to Qrsit Extent. In HogKIIIIng HHIHIIIIIIIIHH MHMMMHHIHH IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIMIV w x-i- ms -- -J Time Device Shown In Illustration Is of Greatest Value on Farm. We nrc fortunntn Indeeil In bo (fir 3. WnSI.KY OtUI'MN) nblo to prollt by the experience of We used to wrap all of our glass r.ur nelKhbors. Tito public utternnca ol Htnnfnnl residents on tlio followlnc fruit Jars with paper to exclude the subject will' Interest nnd benefit thou light. Now wo havo a curtain hung Homl thin of our readers. sand No better proof ran bo statement r II f 'I , John T ll.irnette, carpenter I Street stnnronl Ky., soys used n sreat number of kidney reme-dyIn the past three years nnd can wy that Donn's; Kidney ruin broiiRht ino lh0 first relief. My ork obligee inc to do heavy lifting nnd stooping nt times, .mil thin weakened my kid iieys, I suffered from n pain across the small of n.y back that often be came, so lntenun I ns unable to do I miserable was fpeUn nnylhlnc when I learned of l)o.m's Kidney I'lllr nod they were recommended so IiIkIi-lthat procured n supply nt ShuKnni mid Tanner's DniK Store This remedy pac nlmost Instant rellrf mid for (lint reason, gladly recommend II. For nlo bv all dealer. I'rlco Mc Co, lluffnlo, New Foster Mllburn York, solo agents for th United Slates ItememlMT the nnme Drain's - and s,take no other Kow-Intnl. a 1 linil. s tzE af I I KWaW -- - o Hanglno-Shelf- w . V V A crane Is very useful In besting water durlna-- hoeXtlllno- - time, or when. ever n kettle. Is to bo suspended over a fire. Bet a heavy post firmly Into the ground, tamping In a shovelful of conrso gravel or stone nnd attach n bar of Iron at the proper distance Presents rax" i CD o caysi I jz; Of Every Description For Young People and Older People! tho shelf ss shown by the lines In the drawing. It Is along each sldo Joist to the tho center Joists. What light gets In between the Joists amounts to "nothing and the srrnngrment makes Tp A mod Vpntllattnn fnr ihm nlnaat a curtain around the cellar shelf and see how well the fruit keeps. It also keeps out dust nnd flies to a great around dotted lacked edge of pi . i ' I extent. vsmy i WE PAY HIGHEST CASH PRICE For All Kinds of Fsrm Produce HIDES AND FURS WANTED NOW. M LAND & lit ( HASAN J , x ninnlord, K li ' We Want lurkeys onrp. The Gipsy Drown Tall. Kvery farmer should take pains to learn to rerognlio nt sight the various stages of tho gipsy brown tall and many other of our Insect pests, and thpy should t Instructed by thn stnto how lo mnniifo the war against them, If farmer A keeps his orchard and trees free from brown tails and nolgh-bo- r II- Just over the fence lenves a lot of these pests on some of his trees that uie out of tho jurisdiction of tho town or stuto, how can farmer A expert to get nhoad In his light against thn pest 4'ini Crane for An Open Fire. near the bottom. To an oyebolt near the top attach a chain, letting It pr.ss down through tho end of the rod which should be In the shape of a fork. Tho length of the chain will drtermlno tho distance of the kettle frem Hie ground. i WAGONS Two Car-Loa- d: lo Select From WAGONS? Bring them in at JM and wp. will ? rSraffl'-- IffW 3r pay you the highest, P"1 rj-nzz , I Market Prices. H. B. Northcott T. K. Tudor. Mgr. PHONE 153. STIRRING TIMES, are having In the bulldluc line We curry a lull I 'lie. of line, plaster, cement nnd eer: thing elsu needed tor building, Kerj thing purchased here will be found of tho best quality and the best for Intended purposes. Wo will save you trouble and unnecee sary expenso by sending to us for an estlmato. VJ. A ALLEN, Stanford, Ky. wo i FOR SALE PRIVATELY aeres near .May flood improvements, all necessary outbuildings, well wnlonil and good orchard My farm wood, Ky erf 1". TtJS SAM ROBERTS. Maywnod. Ky. H. D. STILES. The well fllled silo forestalls dry iutf, pasture worry , One and bushels of wheat I are ample to sow an acre. Care of New Lawn. The successful farmer finds weed-- 1 All new lawns should bo covered Ing to do In the flocks as well ns th with well rolled manure or other tuerclal fertilizer late In the fall. Five many chunks of wood hundred pounds of the latter to the You can And about the farm. Bare them all for acre Is a good proportion. Some garths stove, doners think that the use of stable Every weed that Is killed beore manure encourages weeds, going to seed makes next year's Held I the cleaner Fsrtlllwra for Fruit. Manure that Is spread upon the I field will not waste Its fertility This ' Commercial fertilizers rich In pot- h' needed for fruit trees; It Is not the rase with the piles In the itrengthens und builds up the wood and barnyard. Ilees use water to dilute the heavy, ' Ai fl"Tor ,0 the fru"- - When they get thick honey left over from winter to strong and vigorous apply nitrate of spring. make It suitable for the young larvse, odft ln tne and aUo to make the cell wax pliable. Onions, squashes, pumpkins MARVELOUS DISCOVERIES and sweet potatoes should be stored In a place; most cellars are ! mark tho wonderful progress of the f dry too damp, and a room or attic Is go Mr lllrhts tin heavy mnehlncs usually a better place. tclegrninu without wires, terrible war Keep somo kind of a crop growing Inventions to kill men and that won In thn garden the satire seuson. If I)r Klnc's New Is done, low -- heat or rye er ot Wonders nothing else to nave llfo when threatenon the vacant places to keep weeds from springing up and maturing seed. ed by coughs, colds, la grippe, asthWeeds ripen In a very short time If ma, croup, bronchitis, hemorrhages .hey are allowed to grow Lay fever an,d whooping cough or lung trouble. For nil bronchial alfectlons A DREADFUL WOUND. .It has no equal. It relieves Instantly. from n knife, gun, tin can, rusty nail us me surost cur jnme 51. liincK llreworks or nny other nature, de of Ashevlllc N. C , 11. It. No. 4, writes cougn - It cured him ot nn obstinate mands prompt treatment with titter nil other Snlve to prevent bloo-- l and $1. A trlnl remedies tailed. JUe. Arnica bottle Tree uuaraii-teepoison or gangrene It's the quickest by Penny's Drug Store. urest henler lor nil ?wh wounds ns It's mighty cold driving now. See I'lso (or leirns, bolls, sores, eruptions storm our fine line or lap eczema, hands corns or llio fronts, carriage healers robe,coal. J. and 2 cents it Penny's Drug Storo. r Mcflsry. one-half com-fieldI J lOTES mi m Some Fertilizers Injure Celery. believed that certain fertilizers Inlluonce tho disease of eel'ry known as black heart, nnd a series of experiments was carried on at the Florida experiment stntlon, In which rc formulas of fertilizers were tested rials receiving nltrato of soda nnd kalnlt wero uniformly severely attacked by the disease, and those plats which received fertilizers consisting of bone meal, flsh scrap nnd high . crude milfihate nf nnfnah pavb Kmi li Is popularly - Remember that with Every 50c Purchase you are greens a Chance on a $25.00 Doll. Greatest Display ever ottered? Kentucky at iMahan & Grimes' DANVILLE, KENTUCKY. TllWf STOCKHOLDERS' A MEETING "" I M-- , l)r. J. G. Carpenter. aroea-Sru.S8- u "T frost-proo- meeting ot tbe stockholders or tho National Uank of Hustonvllle will held at their banking house ln b Hiictnnviiit. tho second Tuesday In Januaiy, l'JU between 9 and 12 A. . for the purpose of eVctlng directors lo serv e the ensulnft ear. J. W.HocWt r. Cashier ockholdIW'-iw- i A th will iho for lor meeting of tho stockholders of First National Hank or Stanford, bo held nt their banking uoun second Tuesday In January 1911 tho purposo of electing directors tho ensuing year H, C.nauQhman, Caihier STOCKHOLDERS' MEETNIG 1 Mrs. Mattlo White. W. If r.iuffir--r- : POSTED II. C. Andersoa John At. A. r. Traylor, D. Al. Amirrwar J. A. Potter J. lLThoms-rftreO P. Newland. J. 11 Huxtteu-Harrl- s (Tho hunting season Is upon us and & Woods. K. Curtis. nearly everyone wants to post his Mrs Mattle H. Hcwcs. place. The chnrgo Is 25 cents cash Gus Gelszl John- - M. Cuptotsr with name.) Fred VonGrnenigan.J. J. KllfciS. A. Klelbasn. K. II. Dtnham Joeob f!anlrr. T. A. Illco. J. W. Hughes, M. J. Hoffman Misses Salllo nnd Bettle' Cartv p. J. II. Carter, it. F. Lawrence J. H. Acton I K. 11 IfrffiHeSc S. Gamer. J W. Haughiuan. J. S. Harris Ja V. Cnner.' Sr. Mrs II. I. U'Vflfcnn'-MTrod iJainnniiiu UaMd Steven II. C. Haughman, A. I. Jobrtxf S. II. Ilaughmnn, J. II. Ilaughuinn J. I. W. Carter. Nevin Carter O'Ikinron & Campbell Frank Cordler Will Cordler C. Jl. Allen. Mrs. It. K. Carpenter M H, Lytic Christ Jacob. T. 1.. Haughman. w ' . I Hue-ten- hf or the etockhold rs I'ountv National Hank of Stanford will bo held at their ban!. . Jnnu-oMIng iioujo the becond Tuesday in , inn tor M10 mirnoso of electing " .1. directors for tho ensuing year A inei-iini- ; Lincoln P m MV kV .... HIGHEST MARKET PRICE PAID FOR RAW FURS AND HIDES Wool on Csmmlnlon. Will, lor prlie- lilt mentioning this sd. AND HIDES .aBBM ' 4mrwFjfjm-39iiA&iZ- ' - W. M. Brignt, uainier JOHN WHITE & CO. umtw. I. M. DUNN. PRES. HENRY McWILLIAMS MGR. .1. R. VAN WINKLE, SECTREAS. J. C. DAVIS DOOK'R A ASST, SEC. We Cordially Invite You To Sell Your Tobacco With Us We f til that wt art justified in tailing you your tobacco wiBS bring as much money if sold over our floors as any market in tfce country, Louisville and Lexington not excepted. People's Tobacco Ware house Company. INCORPORATED. , For The Sale of Loose Leaf Tobacco PERYVILLE ST., 1 I9LOCK FROM Q. i C. DEPOT. For the past ten days, we have made a better averager daily per hundred than either Louisville or Lexington1.. We now have seven permanent buyers located mi Danville, buying for the largest factories in this and fomgni countries. URA STEADY INCREASE IN PRlCEST FOR THE PAST TEN DAYS THERE HAS BEEN ON. WALNVrt' BUYERS PRONOUNCE OUR NEW HOUSE SOME GRADES OR OVER 50 PER CENT. T HE BEST EVIDENCE: CENTRAL KENTUCKY. STREET THE BEST LIGHTED HOUSE IN tW HOUSE DANVltXE-WHAS BEEN BEST PER HUNDRED THAN ANY OTHER THAT OUR AVERAGE YOUR TOBACCO IS INSURED THE MINUTE ITTCtTS-JC-TREJECTIONS. CHARGE NOTHING FOR FOR YOU IN THIRTY MINUTES AFTER THETSACGTre-OUR DOORS, AND YOUR CHECK IS READY E DANVILLE, KENTUCKY. THE LARGEST AND BEST EQUIPPED HOUSE FOR LOOSE LEAF TOBACCO IN THE BURLEY SHEL-TEDITRICT SOUTH OF THE KENTUCKY RIVER AND THE ONLY HOUSE OF STEEL CONSTRUCION. FOR 60 LOADED WAGONS AND STALL8 FOR ONE HUNDRED HORSES. R FrM WITH OUR SPLENDIDLY IN Stablts POSSIBLE FOR BISFOIIN8 and FACILITIES Free FOR SELLING Insurance. LOOSE LEAF TOBACCO AND MAK- - OVER. 8ALES WILL BE HELD EVERY DAY EXCEPT FOR INFORMATION. SATURDAY DURING THE SEASON. WRT.4KS.-- t WE OFFER THE BEST LIGHTED HOUSE IT WILL PAY YOU TO COME AND SEE US BEFORE Danvilki Tobacco Warohouso Company. r..T..- ANY ABRANGUAtMTS 1 Of YOUR TOBACCO. ,. . - t (INCORPORATE.) r" " S rmr. bight THE STANFORD, KENTUCKY INTERIOR JOURNAL. FIUOAY DBCKMlittll 10, I'JlO. Final Clearance Sale OF Ladies' Tailored Suits. until Christmas we will offer many reirtarkable bargains in ladies suits and dresses. We $ve below as clear an idea of reductions as is possible, but you will appreciate them much more when you seethe garments Fr the few remaining days Suits at $9.95. materials, cut in made of strictly the latest models, and in all colors and blacks and mixtures. All sizes from 32 bust to 45 bust. The prices of these have been $18.50, $20 and '$25 and now we offer them choice for $9.95 all-wo- Suits at $19.50. At this Price we offer about 100 of the suits made very highest grade in New York. These are tailored in the very best possible manner, handsomely lined and in all the new rough materials, Broadcloths, Serges and mixtures. All sizes from smallest to extra large sizes. Were $35 and $37.50, now at $19.50 man-tailor- ed u We offer a big lot of finely tailored suits ol Dresses $9.95 We offer choice of a big line of dresses at $9.95. The materiale are Serges, Silks, Eolians, etc in a variety of desirable colors and blacks. All strictly models that sold at new and from $18 to $22, choice $9 95 one-pie- ce up-to-date x r-- Cloaks -- Fine Furs We are offering our entire line of-- La-ie- s, Misses' and childrens' Cloaks at very decided reductions. If you are interested in fine furs-Re- al Furs we can save you money on real Minks, Foxes and especially Black Lynx and Black Fox furs. A. B. ROBERTSON & BRO., A Warn it DANVILLE, THE FARMERS KENTUCKY. aged 112. Woods That Xmas Gilt. X t & "We have everything' that would make a heart glad. $1.50 Ties from 25c to $2.50 Scarfs, 25c to Phoenix Muffllers 50c to $1.50 $2.00 Silk Sox 5c to $2.50 SMrts, 25c to $8.50 Suit Cases, 75c to - $1.00 Suspenders, 10c to Coat Sweaters, 25c to - $3.50 Silk Handkerchiefs 25c and 50c "We also have the World's stanbrand. dard JeteMivy Vests Odd Trousers, Overcoats, and Cravenettes Tho Orossett Shoe and Stetson :,Hats. -- -- C.lothing--,GrifTon- " - Sail RobmSOn, Stanford, Ky' & Harvey Unroln county f 13.50 Farm For Sale. Nlco homo, with averagedClem. . A. Junction City, J4. 10 acres of land, at Harden Station It. - Heiil lliitonllle, nteiMgeii s.:.o. on It. fc N. Wm. I'orter, Lancaster, Williams, Iluigin, averac Warren 82-Ky. cd Jin. 1 will grade tobacco at f I per hunAt the sale ot Klmer Deatheragu dred, furnish hands. Rood tyers and trlpp-rand will make your crop last Wednesday fair prices wer realcigars at 20 cents per ized Into twists or The bidding wa not as spirited pound. Let me have vour crops. as it snould have been, owln m tho (J. Pun 11. Crab Ordchard, Ky. There came to mv place on (Ircen pretence of the lepubtlcunn. who wor river near Jumbo one male hog about downcast over the election, and tho f months old, black with sandy ipots weight vhen he came to place 40 democrats, wlo were so Jubilant they pounds. Owner can set samo Tor pay spent moat or the time talking about ing for his keep and other charges. the resulth In Ohio and New York and Hog has been in my possession since Allen Murphy. forgot to bid on good stuff offered by September last. Strav hog at my place. Owner can tae eleran Long Tom Chenault Mulct get same I'V paying Tor this notice In ought $120. Stock owe sold for and keep, J as. Messer. Write 34.4.", milch cowx l)iontit from Yi) to For rert 100 arr (arm. Thompson Hros., King's Mountain, Ky I J"..i. Several nice heifers brougnt y:i 8 dr Dcatlierage was mil) disposing of Lot. Ked steer, weighing about a lot of surplus stock, and several for 775 pounds, nub horns. Iteward return to James Yowell, Huhtonvllle. blooded hork'es were taken down on account of the low prices offered. having fold the St Asaph hotel wo have- lor salo cheap five nlco Joiwv CINCINNATI MARKETS tows, good milkers; also threo lielf-tiCincinnati. lec lPth Cattle and I yearling Jer.-e7M; market slow; fair to good all fu'l blooded and line stock. . thfppri ft '.05f I i;r; common J.-f- f) Fairis nnd Hardin Stnufnid. Hog Koielpts 2.7IK; market Wunt'd. -- Second hand lon rl 1'itg-g- .'.75 and nnd harness; second iiiind violins, ailive and 2o hlelier; butchersf.7C( J7 7'iW70: eonitnon oil razors miles ol all kinds. W. (! ihlpper Slieoii iteceiptM 'ii; market 7.SU. Dunn Cn'b Orohard. Kv Lnmlis IaM 2 b6nr shoals, black, left steady, fiiixm eais cropped, weight about to pounds - lerfd. X7'r'ii . rowio bian.Liberal reward, rv. NOTICE! ' fold. I'h rij fileiulH and potions II Thompson fold four mnlon J eenw tlwit the report has It I to W H. llurton, of Lancaster for way circulates tlia' It M Cnifs and Jones bought some been In n iv 'tattle of J L. Kennedy at 3.t0 and iv.'iis unit Intention to lenv,. Stanford tho insuinnce business, and took up a lot ol hogs at 7 centc. J. I nit wlsr- to state the tntlrely of It is T Itlrrby had n vnln'blo liom,. to git I mine to our tit v to 1th leg broken. J. I'. Ilallard bought inline mv elilldreii on account o flho JO shoau of ticorue lloono at C think one of tho (ieo. II, I'olton sold some fat hogs iln, chool, whleli btt In the l'il.invand the patronsg .1. S. I'ttiua sold 7 to 8 cents. at as well ctended me In Ifoiiu. hogs to Itev J. B. Iloberts at lis the many man) kindnesses extend-rS cents. Momtb S. A. Drown and mo and mv famltv, by tho kindest Rain-cots- 5 It T. I'cttus their tobacco at biople I have ever mot. makes m0 an nvetago of 8 cent''. leave. iliink ot - Ainoul Lute s'd to J. I) Uilt- -. Atsuring niDtl lng ele olthan appremy or trlends house this week, eight yearling cat ciation or all courtesies. I am. p.ikt tle at from :ivr to 4. Yours very tiuly, Lutes tc Jones sold Y6 hogs at 6 W. S. PISH. or yearling tattle tent, and t bunch to Ltuch. of (larrard at 4 cent". FARM. FOR 3ALE1. Tho tobacco crop ol K. I', and J II. 1 will sell pr'vatoly n.y fnrm or Woods brought good in tees at the '110 acres, mile and half lrora Damlllo warehouse this week, and a about on Danville pike. Has miiiihT ot othcrn who had jjood empn. Hustonvlllo necesbooto of seven rooms received good prices rorju Borne, oi sary Improvements andall other water splendid tho pi Ices received were bh follows: Can rive possession soon. Hobcrta Hutchinson, (iarmrd conn J. C. NEAL, ! ty. nveraged Jtt. Morebnd, Ky. V.'ni. Hary Lincoln county, aver- 82-:- t. y ta P.I-7y edu-tnle 1 a d , 3-- 4 Jimctioji City. The knights ot the Maccabees have elected lh following ofllcers lor 19H K. U drubbs. Commander PUBLICSALE M Ueut Chiinlnln 1st Keeper (!. A. Dunn. Finance keeper J. Henry Hani.la I'hyslcian J. It Steele Itecord W. K. Cosbv. Com. It. H. McDonald. Mating decided to quit farming nnd West. I will offer at public saje on 10 o'clock Sergeant ardsou. Jest. C. Minor. .Master ol (iuardW. T W. A. Illcte I'ulliam. Master at Arms John Fowell K. M. Cosby. Sentinel l'lcket W C Surlxr Trustee W. - K. .'osb. M M. of (! Hall Manngei(5. The Modern Woodmen of America elected the following olllcern for l'JIl I. C. Minor. W. K. Cosh Itanknr Klmore Tucker. Clerk-- B. L Onibbs. Consul AilvNer -- A. Dunn l.nnie for it while 1'ii.r. i:. U (irubbs began teaching Ids 2::nil j ear of school on Friday Dec Uth having begun his 1st year en Dee !ith IShlt at Mlddlebboro, Ky l)i. II. S. Chae went to Cincinnati last week 011 business. The )oung rolks enjoyed eoasllns down hill last week for lour days and till week nre tuning tun skating cm III,, ponds. Mr W K. Cosby wns laid up last week with a soro threat. Tortus. On all sums under ten Mr oil!.. CrubbH of the L. & N. It. dollars ensh In baud, over that bankIt wns if home lr.3t week. note panbl0 twelve months alter late with 0 iK'r cent. Interest from dale until paid, or 5 per cent ort for cntli. No property to be moved un til teruu or hale are toinplled with small properly Or will Hade lor and tuko tho difference MRS. J. A. SWEARINGIN. Tills fm in contains 140 acres, of at least 7f- - atrt'H of good tobacco land FOR RENT OR 3ALEI two good dwelling houses. 1 foei- loom house nnd hall and good out-at Mlllcdguvlllo containing biitldlngt, 1 good tobacco barn, which .My will hold Vi acres ol tobacco, good about iO acres, four tor tobacco baloung orchard' of "50 trees of best ance In small grain or corn; r.ood barn on It. selected fruit such as opploa peaches, pears nnd cherries ; good bored 'H s. E. OWSLtY. 52 foot deep, gtaads 4S feet of well water; ou,, house with Ibree rooms GET THfc GENUINE ALWAY8 nnd outbuildings and well and orch A substitute Is a dangerous make-kid"Ird of same number ot trees and especially In modlclne The itime kind of fruit. gci.'itn Foloy'a Honey vtnd Tar cure This farm lies about mile and halt coughs nnd colds quickly and la la a south of McKlnney, about one mllo -- ellow package. Accept no from railroad and school; 25 acres of cleared land ready for tobacco and live acres In timothy meadow. For Solo. A well Improved (arm This is tho the cheapest farm In of 20 acres, near ML Saleai. bouse- Lincoln county at the price. hold and kitchen furniture, stock, and C. R. BRAWNER, McKlnney, Ky. farming toots, p. H. Woo4nhl, ML gttlea, Ky. I'H 1 Kseott James Osborne W. M. Ilaurom Wntchman Sentrv W. : Surber. I'hyslclan-- J. It. Steele. Manage C L l'rultt Miss Iluth Kenne. or Indiana Is at Tuesday December Mth WO A. M., sharp, at my tesldenco on Traveler's Kest. (I. M. Tevls fnrm,) one mile from HUclby City Ky., on Stanford and Knob Lick pike all of my personal property consisting 01 One pray dratt horse K ears old ono sorrel horse 12 years old works anywhere and gentle to drive, 1 line brood mr S years old, works anywhere, ono bay filly l year old by tlalton, one saddle mare and coll, 10 jenrs old, ono bay combined horse C ye.iu old nnd sound, one pair larg,. borso mules 7 and 8 years old nnd .ood workers. 4 steer calves, 8 heller calves, 2 good milk cowa and 1 heifer to be fresh February, 7th 4 nit hojis aoo pounds each, 9 shoatt average loo pounds, two 2 horjo wngonu, I buggy, 1 binder, I mower. dice harrow, 1 smoothing narrow--, 1 tern planter, :t turning plows, 1 iani; plow, 2 cultivators, 1 end gate seeder, i sets wagon harness, I set buggy bar liess, too ban tin of corn SO bushels oats, 10.) Iinh8 or timoth) ha), 200 bushels d wheit and many other thing used In funning not necessarv to mention, alo soipe household and kitchen furniture, one eon-hosaddle at 'arm For Sal e. e tob-vec- il v r V .A.JdlAl.wtt.W ?- -, .asVf- - m!k tJ--.-.Aa- -- v