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HTANKOKD, LINCOLN UOUNTY, KKMUCKY, - Mf ' -- . A'. ,1 --l f5v Tl DKCKMIlKIt 20th, 1MI0 No. 83. AUDITOR'S AGENTS McKiuey Mill Robbed BLOODHOUNDS UNADLE TO FIND brok. A TRAIL. DUSTED PISTOL OFF; BULLET ENTERED SIDE WHY NOT EXEMPT FARMERS TOO? JUDGE McQUOWN ASKS PERTI NENT QUESTION OF THE TAX REFORMERS. GOTTHE GRAPES NEAT SUM COLLECTED ON QUIET LITTLE VISIT TO THIS CITY. State Auditor' Agent Sam II. Kash ot London, and J. P. WhltlluRhlll, or Oweniboro were hero last week, for re ting In tho rourltiouic In un eftort to discover unlisted property whlcn oaght to bo taxed. 'Ehuy succeeded In uncovering quite a nojt ll(tl pilo n hd tbvlr commissions amounted to ex- Uiau enough to pay th.-i- r CUfe here. They secured J2t0 from the estate of thc lute T. .1. Km 'or an I $777 i rum the estate of tho lat) T J an unpaid Inheritance tax, liii more Kin-luso- luck taxes and nah it. Stcgcr, of Crab rchnrd. ami ISi Inheritance tax (rom Mis Jennie Mocker FOR tic penally It. 7 back tuxes. Irotii Mrs. Han- MORELAND YOUNQ LADY PROBAB LY FATALLY INJURED SAT. it. Into by n burK'ar Haturday night URDAY MORNING. who only procured three sacks of flour for IiIr trouble. Two other Back .Miss llrsslo O'Nan, n popular youni; which he had hidden outside, probab-Rirl or Moreland, sustained n teiy with the Intention or coming bacic serloos accident Saturday mornlnj; for tlit-nbter were found by Mr J. while she was assisting In sntllnc the H Murphy, tho proprietor, and recovbouiH- - In order. She was dusting a ered. mantel on which lay u pistol belongMr. Murpby dUcaryriri. tte burs. ing to'her' brother. In' somer'way she lary, which was ronunltled In th knocked the weapon olt and uh it early evening, soon ntter It occurred t.lt the lloor It discharged, the bullet nnd Immediately Kuumoned Lair's entering her sldo nnd causing a very boodhounds from Huston lllc. Tho serious wound, rrom which It Is fear r!oRs went to work with vim but were eil that sho will not recover. unable to strike tho trail, ta that litMiss O'Nan waa only 17 yeara or tle clew to the marauder could b nnc, and her many rrlends and loved found. ones are gicatly grieved the The McKlnney toller mill w.Ir 1 i The Kranl:fort State Journal re- cently published n very Interesting rrom that very able jurist Judge Lewis McQuown regard- lug thi campaign which la being wag ed rjr n chnnge In the taxation laws Kentucky Judg,. MrQuown writes: "Tho amicable but persistent Mr. lloolnsiji, orr,6vlHllle, has "been vac-tbcustomed to attribute every III which Kentucky, to her rallur,. to jr "Can anyone doubt tbat If our revlaw was changed to that capital 1'ivestcd in agricultural pursuits Rl,ol,,(I b0 exempted from iTvnll.in Ihnl Iho nrlrn nf linrt greatly advance, that thousands of far mors nnd many thousands of laborers would come to Ker.tiu-k- . and our wasto places would blossom as tho rose7 This would much more ccr- tainly Increase population and bring nrosperlty than the exemption of 'tal Invented In commercial enter H population and general r" prosperity la wbnt Mr. Itoblnson deHires, let him adopt the system lug-o- f gested, and l have it more cer- tainly than under tne one advocated n,m- - Ttu einftltty guaranteed.-boff got eminent will be no more In the ono icnse than In tho enue HIGH HONOR FOR STANFORD M,1SS GIRL ROBERTA O'BANNON'S SPLENDID ABILITY RECOO- NIZEO IN 50UTH. y Rtbifsoi Wu't Rii ' PROSECUTOR TO SUCCEED C. A. HARDIN. Ccunty Attorney Joe L. llublnkon, of llarr.ud. was her yesterday. He baa freijuently ue-mentioned as n CALLED TO NOMINATE FOR CIR probable candidate tnr the democratCUIT JUDUE. At a rr.'CUnR of the Oejicerntl' t inrtunlttce of tho 12th Judicial in Dank lilt.-- last Friday, n rtimary was called to be held In lit" fVtir counties ol tbo district. Lincoln, Mcrcor and darrard on Aiarili Hit. 19U for U:e purpose ol uonln.it- Ine a candidate for Circuit Judge to UK the unexpired Iitiii of Hh latu .'udge M. C Saullt) which Indue l.iwls U Walker la now holding by appointment till then. "ebrujir-- , 1Mb watbe I.ihI iluy fixed lor entrance of candidate anil a flxid al St0 to cover tin fit' W rout of a ptlmary in the district. t dalrtiian Ceo. I Penny, or this coun-t)- , pieldeil. and Chcnaull Huguely im Noylc wn chosen d Priiary Marck 4 for Commonwealth's succeed lion. ( A. liar din. who It now seems quite certain will bo nominated br tbo democrats to Ml out the unexpired term of the When late Judgo Al. V HaitU-askid about his probable eandldac) Mr. Itobluson declnred, l.oucter, h has no trougbt or becoming a candidate, nnd he further does not bellete that d'Hrrnrd county will olfer n fcr the office. Ho far the moit mentioned men for iiKup are County iho Attorney 'tixlmnn Keenon, of .Mercer, Judge Kmmelt Piityenr and Henry Jrakisou, ol Untie nnd County Attorney V S ' llurch. of Lincoln. Attorney ic nomination f not Mtonianing. tnererore that we are told by blm In a communication to the Co that our In the recent census i directly attributable to that cause. His Argument Is that U Kentucky would udopt his system, under which oet I capital should not be taxed, when In accident vested cither in commercial buBlniBs, or stocks and bonds that he would .late a larger population and greater prosperity. ' No more vicious svstflm could be or. It would create a privTobacco klripping Is still in pro conceived ilege nnd protected cla(8. Tho rarm gTess In thla community. and Its products and Its homes and Mr. Dan Smith has rented the Cur property of tnc poorer classes would ptnter farm for 1911 near Hustonrlllo no tared nt n higher rate tr.an at, Is all. prcfent to carrv on the State potent' Ardrtlr.M weddings that wealthy class would be exempt. Why wliat will be next? inent. while tbe capital nt this r. Miss Sue Dolllns Is on the sle should we, ir Indeed we could, the rebld..'iico here of the capiHutiblubon baa moved to the (ol gnte bouse just tncated by Mr. talist v 1th th0 addition. It n.ay be, of row thousand other people, nt su-- h u lt.-- j notds. trier-Journa- l, uu.fpi ,iir naviui ui lAAtluuu. ( IP other "LRWIS McllUOWN. Laicaster. I'rtsbvteri-- u MUsiuuary So clety met Monday afternoon with the Missra Clll. Mrs, runk H. Markbbury entertain cd the) members ot the Embroidery club Inst week serving Inviting re- Miss Hobertn O'llarnon, mo accom plished daughter or Dr. W. II. OTjhu- non or this city, has Just been made lady principal or the Southern Chris-tioCollege. West Tolnt Miss. ,'Sho Is perhaps the youngest lady in tho south occupying so Important a position Miss O'Hnnnon haH been teacher or latin and French In the College tlnce September, and has made an enviable record. A few clays ago the posltlcn of lady prlnclpnl was made vacant, and the president or the Instin Ito TniraiHe tution very promptly tendered th0 to Miss O'llannon. The student body did not hesitate to approve the selection. Tho Southern Chris tlnn College Is one or tho most schools In the south, and the place marvelous growth enjoyed by It hns freshments. C. D. Powell has sold his grocery and dry good store to Mr. C. N. Dat is or Clark county Mr. Powell and wife will clerk in th0 store during the .tolidaja. Jesse Arnold or this place who has held n good position In the penitentiary In Franklort for moro than i year hts been promoted to thnt ol it steward with an lncrt&ns In salary. Tbc Interesting contest "Who U who" recently held here hns cloe and the Judges airded tbo prize ?10 equally between the followlnc,: hM S. Hnselden, .Mrs. Pied P. PiUblj and Miss Lucy Walker Doty. Walker Moberly nnd Mist. AngW d f Madlso " countJ. drow t, Carrard capital and were t,oon unlte.l in marriage at tho Baptist parsonage tn u0v. O. P Hush pronuunclnt the lint-M- pur-cnas- 'e i' Moreland. Dii Krld.it 1 bo--- 1 night December, .'3rd i i K at 7 P. M.. there will li0 a ( tree at the llellcvue acbo" After the Christh'o far Coinmonwialth's Attorney Imuse at Moreland. mas irm on which eter pupil of tho t'tiarli-r- t A Hardin la the only trhool will rwep something There cnmlldatc for the Judgeship will be it school play by the clihtn n.d It ib not belletc-- that hu will prade pupils entitled "My PreeloiiR 1U lay." The following pupils will tnkn nave opposition (or the Lonur pait In the play Myrtle Morgan Mrs Wagill nrn-tmd Mr. Mack Mobley, of McKlnney, tuiH the guest of omi of our pretty girls Sunday. Misses ICtii and Yuba Toombs lrit-i-flicndA on '5n;en lllter Saturday nnd Sunday. Mr. nnd Mrs. Robert Hubble visited Irlenile at McKlnney Sunday. Mr. nnd Mrs. Henry McWhorter ana daughter visited friend, at Kllisbuig Inn week .Miss liissle Hubble wbo Is attend-in- ? sr'iool nt Itichmond, will return huuie this week to visit homefolks d .1 More Marriafes THREE VOUNG COUPLES HAPPY LAST WEEK. T.Ik little Cod or !oe. thin Cupid, Is losing no time as Christinaa and the weeding nre many Carroll, n and olteo. Washington t rumlncnt young farmer or th, Sum- rset pike was married to MUk Hid-llat the bomi ol Arcb Green J. J oo Thursday the Mil Kuv. lackey (.aid tfc word which mad., t'il popular pair one Thomas Leech and MUs Kate Pad-X- i tt, both ol the Wa)ncsburg section, v. ere also married on the loth and have the Kood wishes ot a host or It MADE n lends. A. C Perry, a well-know- younc rarnicr ot Casey county and Miss llor ilia Kaney were mado one on the 11, nt the homo of her rather, K. M. Kaney, in the preieuce of a number of friends nnd well wUhers Pleity Of Pile Cats. h I m m m W. 0. LAND BUYS A BUNCH 0 STUFF IN CASEY. W. II. I .a mi was down In C'hkqv day. Mr. nnd Mr. K. Martin tlsltt-- Mr. Piank AJattli) at McKlnney Sunday. who Is teacblng school Mr. In Unyiie county had his schoothouse , . ..Mrs. Ilobtnll to burn and he lias been tisltlng Marv Coldlron ...Mr. Hoblnid Lome folks until another one can bo l.'un Tlmberlake . Shopnuu James Hanson prepared. Stanley Nulls Mrs. Laughford Nancy Mudley Mr llnrrj Jacobs erected some tomb Ada U. Prultt Mtuelia Prultt ...Nurse iones In the Campbell grave yard Admission to both the tree nnd last voek. play, children 10 cents adult. 15 rent Mr. Sam Yanbook went to HLxt Pioceeda to go to the school library laud last week oa businens. organ. and the repair on our Miss IJobbltt. or Danville will The public term taught by Miss home this wceK to tlslt ner Knnnle spears and Prof, K. L. Urubb will clone December JMrd. There will nother. be a prirntc school taught at More-land- , beginning January 9th, and lastSTANFORD BOY IN WEST ing lour months 'Pror. Urubbs will prepare lertcberd for belter certifi'I he Parker, Arhona, Post In telling cates and pupils Tor graduation In of a visit to that thrhlng MtU,. city the May examinations. Mr and Mrs. Kllen Preston, went to on tb,. Colorado rlter, by a special Loulstllle a few days ago. or Phoenix business men Mr Caleb Johnson who was paralyz train load ed six weeks ago la still Quite unable says this or tbe part played In the to n.ovc his left side. entertainment by a rorraer 8tnnrord Mr. and Mrs II. V Ktwng. mocd bov, a son or Mrs. J. C. McCIary and trom Liberty to Shelby City this week a brother or the I. J. Editor. Hn will probably run the Hhelbv City "Secretar It. C. Sautley, on behalf Hour nilll for Mr. Robert Lc1b.Ii Mr, Dean and family have moted of tho Parker Hoard or Trade, resInto their property east of th0 bank. ponded to the visiting speakers. He Ilev Wyatt Montgomery, or .More-lan- d brletly reviewed tho local situation has been called to the paBtnmteid the Junction Cltv Christian church tegardlng tb0 present otiorts being for the Ind Sunday In each month of mado to secure the opening ol mil Colomdo river Indian 1MI. reservation, nnd asked that the Pboenlx Hoard I lie pecullsr properties or Chamber ol trade assist In tho work or bnv-Inlh Washington authorities open lam's Cough Heraedy have teen thoroughly tested during epidemics or 0 settlement tho thousands or acres and when It was taken In 01 fertile fanning land adjacent nnd time wo have no't hoard or a slnglo tributary to Parker. Mr. Huiifley's ens or pneumonia Sold by Penny's remarks met with popular approval Drug Store. manifested by prolonged applause -n r. Z dining thu holldns. Miss Gaby llradstuw was tbo guest or Miss llesl0 Hill ol SUnford Satur- '"' trading last nrek nnd bouRbt n Dig hunch of stuir He got it rnttle from Hob Murphy of Liberty, paying about 3 cents; he also got hoiti from .Murphy around ti rents and another junrh or cattle comprising -- ') head at 'I :m lit i cent Ho sold to Jonea & Lules or thla county rattle nt 3 t tenia. Mr I.and boiiKlit aeteinl hundred lollar worth or rura In Casey and that part or Lincoln which hu will to Cincinnati. He sayw that pole cat hides, eiiperull, are eiy plentiful this Reason, Theau fnih'rant plts, uro made Into almont.nll kiudH of furs, but are first robbed of their odor ty proper treatment. The pole eat hldea maKc tip into wry pretty lure and aru quite In demand. 1 J-- LIES AT DEATH'S DOOR mmf'? mw3$& rttF '" ,t.- v, ,, . - : CAMNITZ TO OET HEARING ' dispatch from New York, inhere the National League director bate been In session, say: pitcher Howard CamnlU, tbo little chup who was n main factor In win- ninx tna ivusi pennant lor iturourg SOQ who wi vminm u. f w.iut una pitUbMrg, because, aa he claims, s bitexl-uutW 'Jbitaified rrota tbo use o( will tbrougb the 1910 season Uav a hewing oa bta plea la Tke Board pasted ttu cm otwt U ittor u allow uUi plvtr a wsra Mw tte cMm to A i,-tKeb-tuu- RECOGNIZED HIM. Casey decided to go into business. i'o he bought out a small livery sU-biand had a painter make a sign rnr bun shotting blm astrldo a mule. Ho Kin this sign placed In front or tb (.Uilile nnd was quite pioud or It. His friend Kiunlgau happened along and stood gazing at thu sign. "That'b a good picture or me, ain't It?" asked Casey. Macoi, CoHege Lynch-tbH"lo.ph. bene,lc.ar.e, unde "Sum It looks bomethlng like you.' proposed system should bo chang burg. 'ah and Martha KavnnaugU of said Flunlgan, "but who tbe devil fa Tenn., will arrive this capital invested in ed. and the the man on you back? V(,ek for tDV Holiday. Mr. and Mrs culture should be protected, by Menjamln LaUher. or New York ar, f!?i,,'0,"d.. Uknni marmm 11 you are suffering from bilious wv i.wiu ulbiii:i ness, coBf tlpatlen, tadltlon, cbron- here for a short visit to Uro. K. coamorclal business, would the ' I.. U..J..ka ika&n. . B. DR. WILLIAM HELTON. i repre- Owsley vrni law whom Mr. Itoblnson postal card, bend to Chaabrtala'a sents, be satisfied If told that thla exKey. WitUa' 'Sfcekoa. WH, wag at any time. He seemed to 04ve Medicine Coaipaay. Den Mo4bm. lava. emption would increase our puuui-tio- n veil farm with our roaj and addraaa pMtaty wan strickea with aa apoplscUt-strok- e resUted the effect or tbo jo qC lfor tela. Mar ML tmarotred toua-kd- i oa nod brina nrosBritvT Satea, tbe back, aad taey wilt ferward UU Muay week, la vry tow apoplexy but uraealc pelsoatiuf de- and the ouM aot be satisfied to In- aad MiaM taraMMM, ataafe, aad you a rrra aaataM of CaaaksHala'a ores1ty IM aeMuatra m al Me awse at mU daucfeUr. Mr. veloped and ala eatrata ag stake createway, T tatdata. mm UMa ww KS-sJ. 0. IK4NM aad tA M ai as U ii aaaE!BH.lBffi aBpHMli i . sUfv hho i.er sister tho Mr. and Mrs. It. K. Hughes and little capital Invested in bnnklng or com. daughter aro expected to spend tho merclal enterpiisvs' noes not cue holidays relative with u u.e . aiaw Nwipa Klraoie Uncuter week f)r prosperity nnu I rw. ,wveg tnl8 lslt to her brother Chenauli the amount or capital Invested in Miss Kmmi than. In commercial busl- - t'.oro in Ulrnilngt.vni. nessT Vet tho ptoposed Bystem will iUShe Hays or Stanford lias boon a not only not give tho agriculturist ex- ,l u,tor.,01 "'; and ilrs James cmptlon. but In fact Increase his bur-,'0hlmnions. of den." To compensate nnd reconcile A lleaxley. him tn bear his Increased burden hu is liojton has buen with her cousn Mrs. told that the population of tho state iy, , .vrpold. MIsse Nancy Walker T. C. Rankin a mulct, lor 1330.00 W. L. Sloan sold some 125 pound , sboats at 7 cents. There will be a treat at tte Methodist church for the Sunday school v on Monday. iri;, Mr. nnd Mrs. Jo0 K. Robinson, of rled or. by Mr. Robinson nnd ethers noon. j, Joseph's many irienibi are were down to see Mr. in Kentucky, under the specious protext that capital will como and bring ,nd ,0 k0W he )s able tl 0,Jt ai;ain .In inert Robinson Sunday. with It. If tax exemption prosperity icr nis icccnt alarmtnp illness, is nssured. Hut suppose that these WINS HIS CASES. rapltalists ate successful In all the- Tho Lancaster V. C. r U. has. tent they hqne to be then pro- y, toward building a Union cfcuroh at tectlon will be alforded everywhere. lr(, iula8kt county Ky. Tliore'ii nor Attorney C. C. Williams made good and no Influx of population or cap!- J.', t. fortune lecr.it.j in, the Court of Appeals last it unto Indiana.''' tal will follow-Wednesday. Ho won two cases, ouo West Virginia, nod Tennessee adopt tho Hlndman school, Miss Minnie Walch's music class a ltnd suit from Jackson, tho other the new system, nnd Kentucky should nUo do so, wbnt poiol ndvantage .., RUe a rectal In the chapel ol a :i,000 persrjal Injury case, from a ut noil county, in tle suit or Houudshell against the Continental Coal t. hogs, corn tobacco, wheat, oats tcrnoon and Vernon Signal. Mr. aud Mrs. Jnmcs A. Heazley and hay. has nil the capital Tthlch ho Oksosaea invested In his biminess. wero )n stanrord Tor tbo burial or Yet his inrm which represents hla 5Ir8' J ,"- - Header Miss Annie Mai- TO OUR CUSTOMERS. capital together with products or may garet Klkin Is at Home from school at h's libor are to be taxed. He Alter the 1st ot Januarv wo have ten thousand dollars so Invest- - i;ieiidnlrt, Ohio. Mr. and Mrs. A. N. n strictly rash business, gltmg will do oil. Hut undei Vr. Robinbon'H sys. ,. nf i.iPhninnd. Ind.. are oxnicteci to no ono. To those wuo sett!,, credit tbelr tout, n rorelgn capitalist may como ot Wt Mrs. H. A. H. Marks aecounts now oninr ns bofoie the 1st and intest fUty thousand dollars In - ot January we will allow n ton per bank stock or he may Invest It In bury. 11. C. Kauftuian Is In Charle..- - nt discount. Wo a a oomtnerclal cnturprlse, nnd escape ton. West Vlrglula for a huslness trip continuance or your will appreciatetho trado during h should not Mtgg KUlel uilton, of Stanford, is next vear. taxntlon entirely. JOHN J. CAItTKR nold "Hut tbit- - result ol the census has no .elation to the alleged cause. Our sys'em or taxation bas detern d no .in:n rrom coining to KentucK.v, eiiner with or itlthout capital. The atate-e- n nt io the contrary Is a bald as.nT-tlo- n without evidence to sopport It. Capua! and property nr,. taxed no heat lor In Kentucky as a rule than lu t'e other stntes The simple rea- fcon why more capitalists do not rome to Kentucky to Invest in f nterprises hue Is that ventures elsewhere seem The taxation here more rromlslng would not, nnd It does not, either re- taitl or embarass any business that bus substrnco In It. or cniiltal behind 'crenlony- It Kerv eommerclnl eleiib In thu Iller "III he CnrUtmas trees at atnte hns bad frequent comntiinloa-- l lions fiom onpltaligts wno prnpo!i) to nil of the churches In town with tbo in exception or tho Metbodlst nnd that enterpriser establish bulres, of Kentucky rilut In thi mnjnr!t condition or tho rom- - C""Krention win nate a distribution Hit i.o ense the ing Is base! upon a ltrpt. lntestuienl of prevents and candles and fruits of local capita.' 'and it Is upon the lor the pupils ot the Sunday school, failure or this" class to como that the( (Jn ,.jnesday aftccnoon Miss Jane ... kUitement Is persistently mado jv Mr . ' ' ..n.rt,ln In ,Donor of M"; Jioblnnon triit business enterprises,10' ' Williams a popular member ot " r.ro barred from Kentucky. Thursday "Hut Oklahoma and Texas, neither the Chautauqua Circle. ot which has Mr. Koblnron's ststein' jrs, James A. Royston will glte a tn of taxctlon bave Inerea sec Mesdames Hon bevond an) other atates. Other states In tbe east hate scarcely held W I. Williams and Jennie West. On their tivt. The Inerotic In the HHt Krlday Mrs. Wm. llurnette will servo nniued states and the stagnatlnn In a lempina and Inviting dinner lor populttlon in the last, are not tl-- re- - A.aH,moil ,..amB nnrt , " " Milt of systems or taxation, nut other local and natural causes. Thoj A banquet will bo held at tbe -, failure to adopt Vr. Koblnsons syw- Christian church Weonesday evening . nf th mmhM snrini cnn. tiMii did not keen capital or people UtermT!do will make enjoyable the gather-VermoHampshire. U not.lr.g and a dainty luncheon will be bcrv or New wnv hns It kept them out or Kcn- - ed. Various and appropriate con; tudtv: mittees will be appointed to make the "The fact and truth Is thnt a league aftalr a success. been lormed by the capitalist has t.ov. J. Kleece Kobtnaan wm at ot this country whose sole purpose t Is to change the svtem ot taxn home to meet Uth rnenibots of the tion. In nil tre stntes. o that capi- 0p Lo)inKton Avenue Prid.ty alter- I poi-ula- cost' attracted widespread attention. Major Robert A llurton, n is president of- the college and the splendid organization is due Io his efforts. He hns many friends in Stanford and tluougnout the statu Miss O'Hannnn's many friends at will be delighted to know of this well merited horor having been lediowud upon her, and are confident that sho will fill her new position with credit to herself and honor to tbe school. - Hubble S. II Sand erg has Santa Clan., at hli store. There will be a Christmas treo at tbe Christian shurch Friday nignL T. C. Rankin is back rrom h-- s tllle, (la, where has disposed of two 'loads of mules. Pntlo Joe Davis sold hla tobacco ciop at Danville Monday. We didn't learn th0 price. Aunt Marian Kngleman Is on the tick list. The school will cloie here next Friday. J. I). Eadg was in this neighbor hood lust Saturday on business Tlirord Alexander bought some corn nt A. P. Sloan nt $2 In the Held. A. L. Rankin bought ficrmc HUy pound sboaU of Win. Hostel at 7c per pound. J. L. Sloan and wife are rejoicing over the arrival or a girl at their ',',"" u-a- hme. ZZLZX .. Mr. James Robinson was taken sick very suddenly Saturday night wltk pneumonia. J. C. Kanklu, or Marccllus was visiting his daughter Mra. Farris Fttzpat-ric- k Saturday. Mike Rogers pair or 'vr v.rs ss& rsK , - jr, toag mri.itin .fit SrJl?M,&1" " - ""' -- Corpor-Rtlon.--M- J 41 l vs.."' jsame ir.Yi,.:,,irr .t exemption as the tied to 0' "WuSSthi e XVt ?ll?X " cwpl-talts- t, unuur, n(iri w. 1 ara. , ': "'- u ur t THE STAMFORD, KENTUCKY INTERIOR JOURNAL. TUKSDAY, DECEMBER The Interior Journal BaUMIahed 1872. RETURNED HELTON SAUFVeY TUESDAY AND Publisher FIMC.VY IVKnr POLITICAL ANNOUNCEMENTS rn ff For Circuit Judge Tho Interior Journal In authorized (0 nnnounco Charles A, Hardin as n candidate for Circuit Judgo of the Thirteenth Judicial dlstrlst, nt tho 11)11, election to bo held November, subject to tho actvon of the Demo- i Have just come back from City and have a nice variety Most people are happiest when they of useful and Orna mental Christmas are giving and this is the Season for presents. Call and Presents. We offer you a Large, Useful and BEAUTIFUL STOCK to select see our goods. Presents Presents $1, J 20th, 1PI0 IUTT ( Delicious Coffee every Morning Ire ( and always the same with a Rochester Percolator Popular in Price - Simple to Operate - Easy to Cleaa SAVES NEARLY HALF because it extracts all of the good of the coffee Ak Folder: " How to Mike Deliciout Coffee." (or our Illustrated Valuable Xmas Presents 30 aMMP ALLSI7,r.S W. H. HIGGINS. WINTER TOURIST TICKETS FLORIDA AND ALL SOUTHERN RESORTS ON 8ALB DAIL.Y VIA Tho Weekly Itccoid wh'r-tvns es- Uiblishod nt Dry Itldge, lirnnt county, nfter a seven weeks' precnrloui, petered out out U'avlnc. h clenr field naln for that e.ucllent paper, the (Slant County News, published by Jl. K Wcstotcr. Tho Nows amply tills tht field In (Slant counly and there la no need for another vapor mid tho advertising and reading pub WHILE YOU CAN lie ot Srnnt wero lsc In sticking to their tried and true friend. RidicHliusly Ltw Hvcry onco In a uhlle vime fellow At ililnks bo Is called to start n pnptr In Homu county or town which may field, br a very fair hut is not largo enough lor two. It Regardless Cost They Go the established puper has any halt o, hold upon Its people .ind nJ(iye their For Cash to Close Out ctnfidencc. In !)'. rn.ea out of 100 tho newcomer will soon close up hla doora and leave, as th,, Gr.mt County man; THE FOLLOWING IS YOUR LAST did, In debt to tho tune or a Hum, ham' AND BEST OPPORTUNITY: dollars or so. ritnnfonl has proven ol several short. lived the grave-yarevidently sheets, whoso promoter S 3.75 Single Gun $ 5.25 thought the L J., did n.n sntlsfy Single Gun 6.50 4.75 wanU In tho newspaper line 11.00 Double Gun 13.50 but learned to their sonow that ii 17.00 Double Gun 16.00 is too firmly nn established homu In 16.50 Double Gun 20.00 Htltullon In Lincoln county to bo o'ul-e- d To fho by some 12.00 Double Gun 16.00 uninitiated thcie seems to be nn aw24.50 Double Gun 30.00 ful lot of fun publishing " newspaper 10.75 Double Gun 13.50 and Uiere Is. Hut tho gann U a very 9.75 Double Gun 12.50 anyone will discov expensive one, as 114)0 Double Gun 13.50 er who will try a while. 14.75 Double Gun 18.50 11.75 Double Gun 15.00 Third Degree 15.25 Doubel Gun 18.50 oxl:-tenc- e, d g. b. PRurr from. Silk Handkerchiefs, 50c, Silk t Sox in beautiful colors, 50c and Silk Moreland Ky 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 Silk Umbrellas, almost too pretty to use Then $2.50, $5, $7.50, $10, 12.50 and $15 Pricit each. Men's Silk Umbrellas, 3.50 to $10. Leather Suit Cases, $5 to 15, Hand of 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. ' H. J. McRoberts. JWTflfr FINE BUSINESS FOR Having mad0 up my mind to go to Arkansas, I will sell my stock ot goods at Shelby City Ky. It Is n alee clean stock and well worth tbo money. I have about a 11,500 stock now nd will sell It at a bargain. Come and see me. PEORGE HUNN,.. HM Shelby City, Ky. FOR SALEI SALE ( tv HUT ON FOR LINCOLN MASONS BY DANVILLE LODGE. &. GEORGE (Danville Advocate) Kranklm Lodge No. 2S, V. H. FARRIS. Stanord, Ky. . A. M. UNFORSEEN GOOD RETURNING UNTIL MAY 31. 18H. FOR HU. PARTlCKAftS. CAU H. C KINO. Puienter mod Ticket Ajtot. 101 E. Main St., LEXISQ.TON, KY. ON ANY ACENT Oft UTOITE QUfEN & CRESCENT ROUTE. administered the third degree ta3t night unon Mr. George Hopper, of Stnnfoid for thc Lincoln U)dRo No, 50 Stanford. There were preset 71 Muaous Horn various nearby lodee. whllo Junction City, l'arksvillo and Perry villc wer repi,etcn,teuj. EVENTS. For His Sake "My husband begged me to lakeCardui,"writes Mat-t- ie NOTICE OP SALE There were numtroub coiiiDllmoni NOTICE OF SALEI 1 Bishop, of Wavcrly, upon the team work of thu local Va., "and for his sake I Lincoln Circuit Court. Lincoln Circuit Court .. lodge. After tho Initiation had been I to try it. Before I had lunch saa completed, a delicious taken 1 bottle, 1 feit better. Ella Taylor llodlne, etc., l'lalnturi (jco. uurton etc., rinlntlffs, vs Jas. served in the banquet hall ?b)V. ths "Before taking Cardui 1 vs Clifton Tnylor, Defendant! llurton, etc., Defendants. Thc evening regular lodge rooms. suffered miserably every In obedience to a Judgment to tin? in obedience to a judgment render-lancol- was a very pleasant one throughout month and had to go to Circuit Court rendered In the eu in the above styled court and Mr. Hopper tfco young man who was bed until it wore off, but styled cause at its November tlon at the November term, 1910 the initiated la attending Centtnl Inlvernowll am all right" term, 1910, tho undersigned commU-- ' undersigned commissioner will on pity. EM Monday, January 9tn, 1911. ) sioner vill on, County court day at I o'clock IV !., 1911, Monday January 9th ANOTHER POOL o'clock V. M.. In front of the coiut house door In Countv court day at In tront of tlie court house door In Stanford, Ky., sell, at public outcry Take sell at public outer' to, to the highest and best bidder on a, Over tiOO Hurley tobacco srowons Stanfoid, on a eredlt of six months, tfco following met in Lvxlngtun .Moiiun, to dcvUo and lest bidder cicdlt of six months, the following . described real estate In Lincoln plans to protect the Yuiseif or Hurley real estnte in Lincoln coun-- ty, Ky , The Woman's Tonic "Uegitiniug at a stake, corner to tobacco throughout the St.ito of K.n Kentucky, tv Tftct No. 1 Near Hustonvllle, Ky. ! Xnnce, Hiram Leo and John Hiight " tucky, Ohio, Indiana, Missouri, nnd You know Cardui will V - poles to a stake West Virginia. beginning in the center'of the Huston thence S 3 A committee on orhelp you, because it has W 2.' villa and Stanford turnpike road, , In Coder's line, thence S 711 ganization will report V poles to a stnkc, thence N helped others who were YoweU'g coiner, thence S 71 l.'J V the pooling ot 1U 10 crop an.l K C5 pole to a ston0 in the center of to Nance's line, thence N T. in the same fix as you. . with Nance' lino to the beginning, the tobacco now i,n hand; mttliig out ald pike adjacent to the lresbytcr-It is not only a medicontaining !) 3 4 acres. ian school house lot, thence S 22 at iyi2 crop; county organization ,tnd cine for sick women, but The purchaser will be required to home rules and reasonable per cnt. N 18 poles and 12 link to thu center a tonic for weak women. of Uip Hanging Fork, thence down she bond with personal security, 70 K 31 poles to the proved by the commissioner, the said contract. A committee on Being made from mild, creek N center of the old road, thenco with Lend bearing six per cent, interest organization waa named, wtt'o'i will gentle, vegetable ingredi10 polea 10 links. ' from date or sate, having the force report at Lexington Jnnun". 5th, l.lll said road 8 05 ents, it is perfectly harmI'' 13 poles 21 .Inks S 54 and erfect of a Judgment and further 8 US less and has no bad V ,.. ..w A sprained ankle will usually dis nnla, llnl o In .. ufnnd In th.. f.fMirfH h.. ...... nn thp ... ...... w fi w..w ... I, .. y Ilpn H.. .. lnnil vnlil Thn lW,VO atter-effecknnlh aliln nf unlil rn.iil. thenpn N 71! vhare of Alnmlp llurton nil infant, will able tho Injured person for three or 1.2 : 4r. potes to 2. stssc Is said road uiso remain a Hen upon tho land sold Cardui can be relied tour weeks, This Is due to lack or tbrnro N 39 K 3 peju's 17 links to, until her arrival at 21 years of age, proper treatment. upon to help you. When Chamberor the execution of a bond by ner lains liniment ta applied a the bed of th,, creek, thence N 72 cur0 may Try it today. K t polea 20 llnkn to tho north bank r.tiardian. In affected in three or tour days. This At all druggists. 20 Wi This December 20th 1910. of said creek, Ihcnce North liniment is one. of the best and most r,4 pole to a stone center ot Huston-- ' M. U. L. C. C. remarkable preparations in use. Sold illtn nnH RlnnfftrH nlUf. hpnr wlthiUtU' ' by Penny's Drug Store. nam lxul to the beginning, contain' ' K. 8. ALCORN, Atty. for Plff. lag 50 acred, more or less. Tract No. 2. A trnct situated In mid. county ami state, and adjacent tu the above tract, described aa follows, beginning at tho corner of the above described tract In tho creek and running S 35 K 3 poles 3 links off to t stako, thence N 72 K 33 polea 22 of tho road, llnk& to tho center Is tke oMe Staiidard nren 1 W 6 poles and ti thenco N 65 links to Allen corner, S 70 W 30 aratioa uaiversally and roles 17 links to the beginning, CHtkusiastically endorsed 2 roods and 32 poles ot land. Thpo two tracts of land will first by Doctor, Druggist, Lay-ffla- n. be offered separately and then as a GOWANS Cure's wholo and th0 bid accepted which tt i w I II tuallzos the most monoy Tho purPaeumoaut Croup, Colds, chaser will be required to give bond V Congas, Plearisy and all with personal security ptyabla to the ailments caased from Com'r and approved by him, tbo same bearing six per cent Interest from or Congestion. date of sale, having tho force nnd Gownns Preparation bits oni of of a Judgment and secured by the largest unll mohl satisfactory Hen on tli0 land, sulea of any preparation currirtl L. C. C. GEO. D. FLORENCE, M. C. Ve consider It a In our stock. J. N. SAUNDERS, Atty. for Plfli. wonderful success. . Jllli MUltltA Y DRVQ CO., , n nn-ao1 the-hlgl- iest are liable to sudden an othcrvlso bnppy holiday fire may sweep nway your savings of years. L'onsolitlon though tt your property Is Insured through us. In one of the fcoundes' Hood Insurance companies extant l.lan If you would sleep soundly .Xmns Kve to see us this day about lusur-unc- o on real or personal property W. S. FISH STANFORD, KY. PHONE 200 have deckled to go to ctluste 1 will olfer tuy little borne for sale, two acres and 1& H'les, comfortable, house and nil receuary outbuildings, cistern an orchard from 8 to 15 years old. Quar ter mile from Duddrrnr's mill on Die river, four mtlcs enst or Stanford and four miles south of Lancaster, spply to PROF. J. D. DATSON, Ullbcrts Creek, Ky. Ah I cunt-vlnln- wtnr ). CONCRETING lodoBll kind, ot .ucn . lllock Work, r.Trnwnt. makenny tblnc from hociedown to.ltno. po.t. We enn cwrt. flrl-cl.- i. yon promptly nd work nod m.t.rUI. Uall and our prtc.i twtore yon buy your matrrlal at l.ail, We re In po4ltlon Bd. In f, HijssssssssHssssssH BiliiiiV' fct,wcn iH''"afl.iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiH nLBiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiV turnl (t PHILLIPS BROS., Stanford, Ky. CUT FLOWERS FOR SALEI l ' ' I K, d to-w- t: C- 2 Tii'-fcdi- y 2 2 ap-sa- id OF ALL GIFT8. nn other t'me, Is good health, by This is Insured menus ot nanltary pliimbtug In your If von would present your house u family with n treefold blessing, Xmas by arranging with V K sysWarntr nnd Co, for n completo tem of rrodt rn up from cellar to roof at Chrlttnas, or THE GREATEST can lurnlih th public with th. hrtl, a. r.ll at tba Irr.hrit ol cat Oow.rt, plant, of all kind,, tmlb., pottvd flower., on .tiorl notKw. Alw niak a ip"4atty ot wrrattit for tor funeral purpoiei. la eonn.cllon with th.aloT., 1 bar. all on band at rraMnabla klod.lot prlcrt. CHHI8TMAN (lltKKN IIOCHKrt. Kd Hodbabd, raoa. 1 vtatil ccle-brat- Hlan'trd .Ky Fall Ami Wi-t- tr Suitings W. K. WARNER, Phone 188. -' 2 2 A ts. J. C McClary, 4 My new fall and winter samples are Stanford, Ky. now ready for your inspection. They rnianrlan (be beat on thn market. I can suit any one oa to price who has his clothes made to order. A asst made to your measure la preferM To iusrw to ready made clothe. them made to measure dooaa't cet any nor than rady quality aa4 tit la In and Ice m tac H. C. '. mm rrtOet TaHar. King GOWANS Externals Undertaker and Kmbamer STANFORD, KY- Office 'Phone 167. Homo Tnone 36. FRUIT AND SHADE TREES Evsrythlng for Orchard Lawn and Garden. Write for ITee Catalogue. No. s I 2 H. F. HILLENMEYER A SONS. Lexington, Kentucky. Aea g SMcYCnRISTMAS J,L.Beazley&Co. 60 YEARS' EXPERIENCE aoio O. CARTER. B. Now Llvrv. net Strt, ixkurmm: Columbia, S. iUY C.,Julj Wholesale Druggist It, 1U1U HAVE ITIN THE WHIC PhnM. Kentucky. AIIBnUa. twmitl. u4mmnHttUU If tm - u'H MfM KH(ttN. . VHUUM. N. C. se. 88. For the Most Attractive and Useful Christmas Gifts go to Penny's Drug Store iV . ilSJUB stclr awartal &A1.L ftaaaa. wmwmum mmwmm Anroaa tanatac IHdsasat Atfsi COFVftlNT 4c. . tkalcti an4 daMriptlon ir opinion pawnB.r. Tnaoc Maiwa Diataita ktiiiu nttatlst ut .of .etaniMj louraal, TwBM,Hai M Mtfrljay gajlii, H. bbbbbbbbh $cktffl flwmm. AhaaaonlfWMtiMMklr. Urartf. m. 4m Uo tSruvfVfctuoii iw rwtr vitnetM awn w and EaabaJw-n- . AkeDesuWi ia Far aitajr. Matitagi.Buga. Tfcay DavdWitKwt will Mtkgt FuniHir hht TssR aUAa , rai ftsl taVjaasVjsa. 9 . WajMStS al i,',!" allMjal.a luMi Waim all Kktda ol Btotc. Hn HvMBsGaU. rrlMsWfat SffAlirfM. .. MaWWKir iiivj iifc'.iiiiA,...i i. ,"rr-t.- ) .'w r -- 1 v .TXM v UTT ' yJ - "VT' t. - ;-- - "vr 71Y TDIJSDAY, DKCKMIIKK 2Kb, 1H10 THE STANFORD. KENTUCKY INTERIOR JOURNAL. Just the thing for Christmas gift, The greatest danger from Influcnia Is of Its resulting In pneumonia. This rhnt china nt Ucorge 11. Karris'. (an ho obviated by using Chamber l.iin's Cough Hemcdy, as It not only Vou'ro wondering what to Rive for cures Inflenia but contrarU any tendChristian, ('onto In MnrllnrV U'o'vk ency of the disease towards pneugot Just what you want. monia. Sold by I'onny-- s Drug Storo. ' Much Ado There nothing nicer for n Christ About Nothing ' by the win present than ft picture. 800 our by the nJgli school' pupils Is at opeia lino nnd how reasonably we colt them. house next Tuesday night and Is beJ. I Iicailey a Co. ing locked forward to with great , Letters for th followin;-- ar tinnll run 3 Christmas Will Bi On Top Of You Before you know It. Don't be among those who put buying off until the last moment. We arc offering miny atlrac tlons to Christmas buyers. How To Get Your Mon- ey's Worth: 53fi3-S- j &$-- $ $& w.' wr ir i vriu:ir,f,cN:v Cloaks, Suits, Skirts, Furs And Waists re going at cd for In U10 Stan lord pnr off'uo You will find all kinds of fnnsy nr Homy Loirey, C. T. Ca:'-- r, Wiwluy I'cck, Mrs. Mcnllo KlndreN, I.. I) Par- tides blac k calio onudlos and drnmed luwls at the llnptlsl lidiet, lliian"' ker, Hoy Carrier, S. K. Clmnib-r- i, Ho. .1 Mason, MIm KII.1 Hell Hos. and exchange Thursday. w-- f i e fj. -- i" mj 1 1. 3 . Cut Prices. Save yourself some Christmas money by buying a cloak or suit at Cut Prices.- We have many useful articles such as Handkerchiefs, Gloves, Suspenders, Hosiery, Bed-roo- m Slippers, Auto Scarfs, Phoenix Muf- flers, Baskets, Linen Goods, Towels, Pillow Tops, Etc. IS SEVERANCE & SON, STANFORD, - - KENTUCKY. I Mr. and Mrs. J. G Special lountaln pens for ochool use nnd 76 centi, 11 and 11.15 at Penny's Drug children of Crab Orchard, .rn guests Btore. of hor fauicr Mr. A. (1 lljffir.in 4 A Miss Nancy Yeager will leave In a lew day for Pittsburg. Pa., where sho I. vlll upend thu winter with her nunt Mr. J. E. lobnon, nnd taku a special IToL J. W. Ireland was In Clncln. course In music under a, noted masweek. natl or brslnosH hint ter of that city. Miss Yeager will j Misses Jennie and Cnarlotte War- greatly ndnhud In the younger social last week for ret, with whom she I very popular. ren were in a short stay. Joseph Coffey continue very III Mhs. Hannah Sieger, ol Crnli Orch- at the Vtirnndn Jiotel ns the result m ard, was hurt with Mrs. C. It. Cole- lilri paralytic tttoku, aud hU m.u,y man lat week Irleudx am uneasy over his condition. Mrr-- Agnes a. Ilerrln. of Crab Orch A number of young friend ot Hnr-ij-. ard, spent several days here last week Kelnhnrt "atoniKd" him at his ot Mrs. Mary Penny and tin pcit homo on Fast .Main htrcet Inst Frfda Warren. Mrs cvvninj-v.nMr. hud Mrs. J S. llaughman at- iitght and a most rnja).-rulhad. Among those present ere meeting of the Ccntrnl tended tho .Mr K'd IMnkln ami Miss Kate, Davis Kentucky Millers Association nt llane), Mr. Itusstill Ilrowu nnd Miss last week. - Senator K. I Hubble, of Mucoln Anna t'liaucfllop, Mr. Harris Coleman HlgKins, Mr. lu IxiulsVlllo for the wvck and Mlas county rhomas Coli'inun jnd Miss Sallln Ilur Is at thu Scelbacb. end' and dettc, Mr. I.cstw U'ltannon and MIsm t for IMrls Miry Kllzabeth McKlnncj, Mr. M'al-la,Mrs. Jesse Tralor , and .Ml mi l.lcclo londn) where ,shu will make her Mr. Mike l'ennj- - nnd Miss Nanhome lu the future, as that Is Mr. cy Ycaser, Mr. Joseph Hopper and Traylor's hdquartera now. Mrs. Kannle Todd, of ChicaRO, is MlrKt Virginia Muhoney. Mr. James hero for iv few day. Her mother cooper and Miss Klsio Coleman. Mr. llrcdy MrK Nancy Iogan will leturn with Wealcy Kmbry nnd Miss I Mr. Carl Carter nud Mlia Lylcs Coop. l,ur. who ha been In Ponca er, Miss Margaret Hopper, MUs Clnu- Kd A. VnIte i iJ..r nninis in u.u,ui r.uiuu. west for the pant several years, is hack home for a short visit to his SHORT LOCAL NEWS brother, W. W Thlte and family. Mr. und Mrs Joe Forrls left this llllrzuid fronts at W. 11. Higglns. week oer Ibo Q. & C. for Orlando Kin., where they will spend the win. . K. Paltetron. tf Hooits for rent. ler with Mr. und Mrs. George Keller, Danville Messenger. hrcsh cuke to day and Friday. V. Friends In Stanford hate rceled II Hlcclns. the following Invitation: Hot. Alexander Stuart Moffett, I). U., lnTltes The light behind the court house you to be present you to be present daughter, May clock nt night helps a lot. st th marrlago of his Substantial Christmas pi cents. W. Craig, to Itev, John Crawford Crenevening of Wednesday, A. rribblc's. shaw, on the the 21st or December, at half after Watches, jewelry, cut glass, solid Presbyterian Second five o'clock. silver etc at Muellers'. Kentucky. church, Lebanon, Mrs. Johu H. Jackson, of Stanford, lxsc Gold Coofrderalu Hag pin, was visiting relatives hero and at SY baby Lew ard for toturu to this otflce. Pittsburg thin week, A flno girl was born on last Saturday to Mrs. See Santa Clnua in tho window of Hobert Jackson, of Pittsburg. Mrs. Coleman, also the Xnms Coffe, Jackson was formerly Miss, Hettlo tree. Jackson, ono of Loudon's loveliest young girls. The fond father was so Pictures. Go to Howlsnd for good happy over the new arrival that In and cites pictures only f0 cents per telephoning to relatives in London ho dozen. Frank Cordler. stated that tho young lady welched Kcho. 20 or i!5 pounda.--Londo- n 'I be nicest line of china wuro In In renewing lor his paper for anothe town at George II. Karris'. year, Mr. W. 8. Tartar, ot Moro-tUer "Tn nntvor U s- - ,uJch editor: lund writts these plent woiu. ui It's mighty cold driving kow, See frosi boat, and It tells our fl like ltMae ol hip retees, storm us all ol the sews la tn0 cotialy, but we C. MeCtory., Ut rwsoc it so good is because ho hv such a eod 4ltr. May eeaUttM ta WuW K u 4V J ?" PERSONAL6. b-- I! C. (Inrman nnd J. W. Whayloy It began snowing this morning weather forecast inllnny mall clerks on the K. C. have The government tuye: Cloudy and freezing; shippers been ordered b the postoffice departf bt.oiild protect from 2., degress, ment to put their time at work during the Christmas liolldujs. And Headquartflrs for Santa Clans In they do not receive any extra pay VI tin en nil I (Hi. fruits, nuts ainnfnp.1 for this servk'o either. nnd Chrlstmns toys of nil description j.-at prices that win mane jou lluy your ChTlstmas ribbon your eyes. J. D. Horton. from Miss Klla May Saunders. You got . i,t trlmmiul nnil untrlmmcd. them at golns at coJu Wo have to do this to I'atrons of lock boxes at post ofmake room or spring rwi. .... fice will plense read notice posted In Kiln. May saunaers. post ortlcu lobby In regard to tho delock boxes Art pictures make nice Christmas livery of mall through request. ,...mi. Sro them at tho Sacray nnd kindly comply with Studio, Stanford. You wlil want to send out state For Kent, On nccount ot tho busi- ments the first of tho year. Let the ness 1 will rent my storo with a nice I. J., print your bill heads. Wo do dclllng of four looms kitchen and good work nt lowest prices. hall nnd lronl porch nnd i flnn cistern at the door. A good barn fine There nil! bo a Christmas trco und ,.itden ard all necessary outbuildings will rent nt a bargsln at Hartwcll, Ky rhiireli social at the Christian churen bust-i.eiCasey county A fine place for .it Hubble Ky, on Krlday i!enlng Dec Uad-geCnll on or wrlt. to J. 23rd. Thu Sundny school of of & Son. Kldd's Store. church especially inlted to Wanted to rent a house of 4 or B participate. Tree for all rooms In Stanford or vicinity. Apply Mnkc your wife happy Xmas with to A. C. Connott, Igan avenue. 'one y of our rice furniture sets. J. U 'He.i-.le& Co. Kresh supply ot tnnv rooc Hex coal W. S. & K. 11. Hi cents delivered. candy, You wnnt good Christmas Denham. nuts and fruits at low prices. See our big stock before you buy. Hohon There's no better candy for Cum r bell. than AllegraUs. Oet a box for your girl at the New Stanlord Drug 8t-:- . Mr. Merchant Just remember that Co. Ihn Interior Jnnrnnl U rrnd bv Ili.OOO peopln twice a week if you have any- For Sale. Hcslaurant, bakery, soda to mint; fountain etc.. living J 00m above. A goods, tosaycan mem udoui i,nrisimas you do so In no surer or splendid business. roorP certain way. The Interior Jourgood stand and Tne place Is well furnUhed and thi nal covers IJncoln like a of ttock of groceries elgarg etc, are new comb and sends hundredsBoyle,papers Hoes, Garrard, This Is a good chance for some one every Issue Intoand PulasW countK-s- . castle, Casey, TMIi STORE to make good money. For further A word to the wise Is sufficient. particulars see I. !i. Hughes or W. I. McCnry, Stanford, Ky. This is the season of decoy and "" weakened vitality, good health Is hard Diamond Cuff Buttons To rcduco If you'd retain yours, fortimy stock of diamond culf buttons, 1 to retain. fy your system wttr Holllster's Hocky will give a discount of 20 per cent on .Mountain Tea, ihe surest wav. 3fi them. W. II. Mueller, Stanford. cents Tea orrablets. Shugars ana Tanner, A BARGAIN. lay-ofeo-Us. tt e -d "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 & CUH.fR.IIS- wearers ' rets. PHOENIX MUFFLERS... 50c to $1 NECKTIES 25, 50 and 51.50 HATS ALL PRICES UMBRELLAS 50c to $10 SUIT CASES $1 to $15 BOYS SUITS $1 UUSPENDERS 25 to $? , CLOVES 10c to $S-SILK HOSE 50c to $Z CVER COATS $2 to $25-SHIRTS 25c to $2.50- SWEATERS 50c to. $3- COLLAR BOXES $1 to $250' MENS BELT8 25c to $2-HANOKERCHIEFS, Large assortment.. Ladles shoes In Velvet, Suedc-o- r Ptent, Cuff Links, Scarf Pins, or Mufflers In New to$2t' r ; , ; ':.. ' Design.... 25c to $3 i". IB THE HOME OF HART j 8CHAFFNER-MAICr33lDTftE- $ ncres ot land In Lincoln counHow'S'"Triis? ty. About 15 acres of flno tobacco any Wr, land, nnd 14 acr-'- s of flno bottom ue ottUrt Oa llundrol PnSftn nfwtnl torHUla ourtb IMt cvauat be currd tr land. Good tobacco barn 34x481 DkUrtb Curt. CO- - Tolrdo, O. F. J. ClirSkXV feet U enve. This barn Is new. Othfh r J. Cbrnrr N'lirvp htm er buildings are old. Good chance for torW. In IS yrrt, and baT known ptnVctljr lh Urt butIMM iranAMttons and fluuirtaU someone to make money. Price 3,5Jti abi- - 10 carry ut any obtirmtluai miule by bu Arm. WALCINO. KlKNA-- l A MART1V, See U It. Hughes or W. - MrCarty, 7B 1 2 I I m Men's i I ft' , -- undrr-tirnr- &11 For Sale 10 shares of Hustonvlllo National Hank stock. Apply at this office. Jee ' W Kolnnlr Unttwu, ToMo, O. Ilallf Caurrb Cat n ukm luurnaUy. anmz dlrrftty upon the blnod and raucous turtAtrm or lb ft rrDU pet Tmltmonlali, iirnl trtf. lYlr IlIMIWi. Will Snkl by lake Ilia a ramuy'l'ui lor rorotttutloD. Neckwear We are showing a large assortment : the holidays. -$& c 1 ' Georeo Hunt;' has sold his A!ck of foods' at Shrlhy.Olty, to ileorge Luns-lord- . Mr. Hutiii will join thu rest ol his liimlly lu Arkansas. Mr. Ilunn uJvertlsel his stuck or goods In tho I. J., .mil Mr. l.iuiKforil Is ono of lu Tljc moral Is vnlued subscribers The City Council has authorized the Chief of Police to appoint six dep'.Mes during Chtlblmas to prevent the uto ol fireworks of all kinds. Nntue Is hereby given that the II, D. Carbe strictly enforced. 82-ter, Chief of Police.. law-wi4 c n HolU-ulnw- lurget th0 baiaar and ux change to bo ghen by the ladles of the Unptiflt church Thursday Dec. 22. In the rear of post office. I )()!.' t Wanted. Everyone to come and pay 10c, the doctor. Cannot live on water, frebh air sunshine and snow and clothe myself with climate. Fig M D. Stan leaves are out of style. ford WARNING! All unpaid accounts or the Huston-vill- e Holler Mill Co., not paid by tho . ..ill tr pu, Aww 1. of T.,,.m m... V.a .... u.. V..U m,.,., w. hands of an attorney for collection 82-This means everybody. 2 , i-- "-- John Doty of Paint Lick is going to 'lave mi Southern Chris tmus dinner for u number or his Confederate comrades of this section next Friday. Geo, P. llrlght, or this city tins ncccpted an Invitation to Many persouB find thvmsoivos af- a W. Q L. K. PRR1CT1M5; www CRAB ORCHARD, KENTFJCK: vt iiK K. Hughes T. W. Humble W. O. Manis fected with a persistent rough after an attack of Influenza. As this cough can bo promptly cured tey tho use of Chamberlhtn's Cough Heroedy, It mould not be allowed to run on unUl it becomes tioublesoiue. Sold by Pen ay's Drug Store. TO OUR LNCOLN FRIENDS. har0 a special Invitntion to Inspect our Christinas holiday line, consisting or Cut Glass, Arts nsd Crafts wure, Ivory Art work. Lowney'e cnndles, toys in fact, ai.ythlsg you may want for a f resent for old or young, we can nave you money. You SUGGESTIONS FOR THAT XMAS GIFT. Fancy Jabots Black Silk Hose Colored Silk Hose Umbrellas- Reynolds & Evans, Junction City, Ky. 1 HrWRS charts First National Dank; 2 shares! In Lincoln County National Rank and 8 shares In the Stale Dank & Trust Co., of Stnrford Ky MATTIK V KlllllY. Kx'X. 2 As executrix of the estate of Miss Jthoda Limsford. 1 will on court day at 1 o'clock P. M., JANUARY th 1911 27 sell tho following bank suwk! Collar and Cuff Bxt Suit Cases New Velvet Hoard Bags- - I Belts 846. Silk and Wool Scarfs Combs and Barrettes Toys Galore;: BETSY'S POINTERS: She's u clever woman who pays us a.iich attention to tho dressing or her table as her llgurv, neither should be slighted. In icgaul to groceries I find complcto KUtlafuctlon In having my ueeds attended to by Cnfley and avNlJH acres ot land, For Sale. 169 new five room cottage, three porches pantry, hall etc.. large barn 10 stalls, stud nnd good loft. Iluggy house, hen bouse etc. Tho place is well J watered, buildings all now and fenc--l ing good. This !s a good farm and t will sell at a nargait. price oaiy I per aero. Apply to l H. Hughes. 2 ANDJANYTHING YOU WANT IN DATE DRY GOODS, SHOES, NOTIONS ETC. ,,"!.' H -- tia'A-. Coleman. A. n. C. Dinwiddle, of Hustonvllle.J We hivo all kinds or fruits nuts, has accepted a position as traveling, and csndles for Xmas. salesman for the. Sweeney and Shelby! COFFEY COLEMAN. Company the hustling wholesale gro- "Preaipt Delivery. ctra or Junction City. Mr. Dinwiddle 'Fhoaa 1W ' will Make Umb a bm. tod .,.. aW .vV.r'iai:' L HUGHES, MARTIN &. CO., Dry Good. Notions, Shoi iSTANFORD, - KENTUCKY 1 . -- V- t .: ..v . .. s . -- "'' r .a. . - , , . - z ,. I" i. - .l 1.. V P.VOUK THK RTANFORDKENTUCKY INTERIOR JOURNAL. WRITE TUKHOAY, DKCUMHCR 20th, 1910 ME FOR PRICES ON HIGH GRADE MX 5. FAKMEKSJ "mn toat Xmas Gilt. , everything tnat would, igQsake a heart glad. at paying for this notice samo $1.50 !SlBS'from25cto Jas. Messer For rert $2.50 Thompson 10 er weighing Write Scarfs, 25c to about atecr, l.oL lleward nub - $1.50 return to James Hustonvllle. .3Sioenix Muffllers 50c to 'arm For Sale. hotel ve Haling the Jersey lor sale cheap milkers; also threo $2.00 t "SHk-So5c to f yearling Jerroy trade tor small property tine clock. take the differ and Hardin. Stanford. acres, nt $2.50 lSfiiiEfes, 25c to This farm contains boar shoals, black, left least acres weight about hous". l Uberal reward, out and ball ifeitdases, 75c to - - - $8.50 ears cropped, barn, Dexter acres cents best trees sboats at orchard rBoaspanders, 10c to - - - $1.00 .elected fruit such as npples bougut red cherries; pears a season. feet deep, stands Sweaters, 25c to - - $3.50 fine for the Soat three water: house and sa)s. The and outbuildings number 25c and 50c tarkey market seems to have taken ard same fruit. ot trees ana or sudden leap upward. There are tame ,..,. .n. liln iiiiiu many the country thai, about south We.;&lso have the World's acres pected trade lallroad and school; the ready for tobacco promises to liott cleared CJlothing "Griffon" brand. the expert poultry man, purchased live acres tie timothy farm the cneapest This a check drove rounly at the price. perhaps Iancyl7"ests Odd Trousers, Rain- price ever one Charity this droie .s5ats,Dvercoats, and Cravenettes the at hanging Fork farm Wnco, purchased Uintert and Stetson this section fifty fat turkeys ncie, from and Iincaster :3&9 Orossett Shoe says he D.iniltle and l.an and Stanford this the check eier caster turnpike. Hats. one droie of turhe). mte store A'B liave x Car or Owl IImiiU Cotton Heed Meal at .1 II I'ntigliiiinn k Co Wee 3S per ton. I will grade tobacco at St per bun tired, furnish hand, good tyera nnJ and will make your crop Into twlts or cigars sit -- 0 cents por peurd Lot mo have your crops. V (I. niinn, Crab Ordchard, Ky There enrao to my place on (kern Jumbo one male hog about rlvr near old, C months black with sandy spots ho came to mace wewii pounds. Owner can get same for pay lne for his keep nnd other charges. Hog has been In my possession since 1 PUBLIC SALE! I 1 COTTONSEED MEAL HANDLE THE BEST MEAL MADE AND CAN NAME A DELIVERED PRICE ON ANY QUANTITY, ANY PLACE. WILLIAM A. BURNETT, L0UI8VILLE, KY. bOURBON STOCK YARDS. Kentucky A gene,, for Owl llrand faUbtlahcd 1901 w Sam . Ttobinson, hOysters .SERVED IN ANY STYLE. tf r. -- :sn:$ LAvCIlON, - ;ffilE PEST HEM, JHTOWMffiT Rcslairiit Prop. -- :t:for"sace"1privately tarm cr 105 acres near May. nrP; Ky. Good iciprovomenta, all w - .man iniy outbuildings, well watered v. .atKsJiSrrtd orchard. it, TtSW illAM ROBERTS, Maywood. Ky. Ml OLD is Has his headquarters .at our store this week. Come to see him. Bt&3& HO of of good tobacco land mTnks HOTEL, rout- two nood dwelling N. V. nnd good room houne Moreland, Ky. Abe Minks Prop...? ford. which buildings, I good tobacco Sew hotel and triable opposite ile- Hallou sold to K. C. Knglc-.natobacco, good 12 ot will hold sped.il rate lo traveling men. pot 7 of of 250 young STIRRING TIMES. thlh week 11 Single rooms. peach Hicrylbing brand new Muley a Wm. Heck hna good bored and es, It Ls R. M. NEWLAND coming l"ill, we are having In tho building linn. 4S feel of well 52 Rtprcsenting The one. rooms on with Co. We carry a full line, ot lime, plaster, Mutual Benefit Lift Insurant orch nnd well I'hn I.Utiinond Climax The leading annual diildend Com. cement and eiervthlng else needed of panr. Its distinction Is due to' adherkind njan4ements to for building, Hi er) thing purchased a fiml ...... Ham n l.r.,1 'rt.l.. iiyn ,.wvk (ntlit ...... Hnlt - ence of successive was more In stan-TaSa:c- d here will be foiinl of the best qualione mile the principle of mutuality. of SIcKlnnev. of 25 Chrl&tran Jind J from ty and the best for Intended purposes. W. W. BURGIN. and land be lively. Mr. A. I., Wo will naio you trouble and unnvct DKNTIST. meadow In a In sary expense by sending to us (or an la Office at Residence. 3:il) Krlday and gave fit Lincoln estimate. CRAB ORCHARD, KV. for STu.i ror lb,, lot, which is C. R. BKAWNER, McKlnney, Ky. paid for tlu hlggeiit A ALLEN, Stanford, Ky. DR. T. W. PENNINGTON FOR SALCi county. In Mr Dentist 1 to 4 30 FARM FOR SALE' ) Kmbry of Co., Hours S :!V1 A M. and of 362 othce Mjers House flats Stanford Ky A No. 1 I from Mrs. will sell pr'rate'y my farm ot well waterwell Improved about '.' ncn's, mile and half from oi for DR. W. N. CRAIG, Danville, ed, G miles lliutomllle on fiamilU pike Has paid $120. Mr. Kinbry bich and Optlc'an Oculist on seven rooms all other neces f jmikv, bout,, of II J MCll'men blggefet Is triht he sary Improi omenta nnd splendid water 1 2 nine- oler mtlo from Stan lord. K) v He for Can elit' possession soon ami blackchurches good school, llllam Oldham nlfo purchased from J. C. NEAL, by door. PRESSED STANOING SEAM GALsmith shop, rural rout0 runs L'" fnt one for $2.:v. Moreland, Ky VANIZED ROOFING ti rooms and two commoy Quantities carried In Stoefc Frank Smith bought IwrreU of Drolling of new, 1 Large EADS TIN SHOP, Stanford. corn frnni.Will .litnce lnt week py- - dious porches comparatively two tobacco bsrns other larso barn Phone 114. n: him 5??S In the rrili outbuildings, all in g"td POSTED .Innes K-- l.uttN bonalit .I'1 lutgf. (i necessary WILL ADAMS to 7 cents from Itolction- froin ii For further Information apply to Livery; all kinds of hauling Fur- I'.uli Inis., and John Alurphy. Vj. Geo. 1 . Hricht. Agent, Stanford, Ky. nlture packing. was roarhed it A declnloii Phone 173 S'aeford. Ky. (The hunting season Is upon us and Ist-- t Wednesday by the Kennearly everyunu wants to post his MACCABEES tucky Wool drbHciV Association In RHEUMATISM place The charge Is 25 cents rash A i Sine, .41 KHlon at the I'hoeulx Hotel lo pool with name.) Deputy State Commander wool crop tit I'.'ll. tile ,oai BY THE MARVEL OF THE T A. lll.'e K. II. Uenham Stanotrd, Ky , tin' wool pool win jo sutrefslul .hut CURED B. B. R. 1 FST CENTURY, M. J. Hoffman J. W. Hughea. IcHiiciM were Jpractlt nil, unanith STANFORD TENT NO. 7. 30 YEARS ED FOR J II Actou M. F I A renew Monday mous In tavwrf- - another pool This Mt Aclitnir bones, swollen Joins, pet Meets 4'h .1. S. Harris J W Haughman nancntly cured through the blooa uns tin nuiht important action taian Dai Id Stolen l'red liaumajin. Ingredients To MASONS' MEETING. at tho meeting, most of the othei with pure llotanlctl you n J 11 Itatirhmiltl H. 11. Haughman, It we will send . II .1 mail l.tijinesx on liand being of a routli.e proie Sample Treatment Free i.alNevln Carter O'Uani on fc Campbell nature. If yen have bone paim. sciatica or in.tMcom Will Cordler t'onllT leg. I'.ir Sale One new Old Hickory s'lootlng pain up nnd down liic swol- ford, Ky. jirniwrioi NO SYMPATHY FOR THE RIDER .11 M l.yue. , Ibnsl Jacoo. wag-inone tet of wagon harness new aching back or shoulder blndei. to t lroUjr Inrlt'J James Smith. Dr. J. (5. Carpenter .' second hand sets of Liigicv harness. len Joints or swo'Ien mu'des. diffi- DintlOII tVH3. or driver wuo buys poor harness Is Will exchange Mm Mnllle White. W. IL liiiuchertv lor hoc com or hop culty In moving around so you have I ,, ,. inderso.1 J. J. BELDEN. i.ceessary. Wbea honestly inide ard jonn look. to uie crutches; uicou imn or ss.ui John 11. Uonca x.V9 burns; sliifilne House, Carriage and Sign Painting, Aged sorrel innrH 15 hamN high aie! skin itches and I). Jl. Andrrsoa guaranteed harness can be bought A. r. Traylor, lutabugo, gout bad J. II. Thompson hanging. Buggy J. A. Totter here so reasonably it is a man's own came to in) place. Owner can get paina lllood Halm (B. B. B. which re Deeoratlv. tamo by paying tor this notice and J, II Hurtle. O P. Neland. Walt U he takes the risk or buying her keep. J. I' Rogers, every symptom, becaiw B. B. Trimming and Repairing. Shop over Cedar Creeli, moves K. Curtis. Wood. Harrla froas a mall order catalogue. Proflt S.V3. B. sends a rich, tingling Hood nt Aldridga's Blacksmith Shop. Mm Mattle H. Hewes. warm, rich "pure blood direct to the The aale of John 0. Lynn near and buy your BELDEN. experience j by athers' J. J. John M. Carter. Ous Gelsil paralyred nerves, bones and Joints, last Thursday waa well harness at homo. "JOHNCOOK Fred VonOruenlgan.J. J. Klllott. giving warmth and strength and etcrything sold well. Mr. where it la needed tnd In this way Jocob Gander. A. Klelbasa. Veterinary Surgeon and dentist. I J. C. McCLARY, Stanford, Ky. V 1), lltuton, or Somerset, who ownmaking a perfect lasting cure or rlieu Specialist on 'II horse and animal Misses Sallle and llettla Carter. Stanford, Ky. Phone 194 P. W. Carter. J, H. Carter, disease. ed the larui, comprising 270 acres matlsni In all Its forms. K. H. Hntfleld U S. Garner. B. B. B. has made thousands oi sold it to Stanley Stevens. The fartr alter all oilier Jas M. Carter, Sr. Mrs. It. h. Williams lies three miles from Hustonvllle on cures or rheumatism nnd doctors nave medicines, liniments A. J Johnson. No. IkHoatb.UiMr. M. II. C. Hattchiuan, Mi Mt. Snleiii pike and is a good one, mll.rf to heln or cure. DIll'litSIHTS No, si, Houlh, 10: a h J W. Peak. P. W. Carter. Mr l.i nn sold 70 fine tat hogs at J or by oxpres. tl PKIt I.A1MSK HOT j No.Jt, Sorth.:W a. m. No., North. &:1 r. u C. M. Allen. aKNT KUKK by writing Blooa cents a pound; klxty sheep at ?::.Sj TI.K a. M. No. Mrs, K. It. Carpenter Ga. uescnoe your No. Ji,l!or. K. her head, milk tows at prices running Balm Co., Atlanta, medical advice gli and tree trouble T. 1. Haughman. R. RICE. Aeont. JOS. irom WZ to $70; hay at 75 cri'ts per n. Sold by Shugars and Tanner hundred and some muk'h at ?;0li and .!7.i per pair. .Mr. I.ynn and family will lcav0 boon to Ioj'nte In Honenberg Ttxas. lA)Ht. Allen Murphy. SepteruDer Inst ray place. Owner can Htrav hog bv get and keep. farm. Hros., King's Mountain, Ky Red for horns, "75 pounds, Yowell. St. Asaph sold five nice have, cows, good heir-ernnd nil full blooded and H-7- . Karris 2 40 pounds Fowle Stan- tlnvlug sold irt) farm preparatory to going west, t will on Thurtday December, 23th 1910 nt 10 o'clock a. m., dispose of th0 fol lowing pergonal property: 1 good work horse I extra brood mare. Is a good worker, I SHidebnker wapon almost new, 1 good buggy, 1 milk cow, n good one. 2 fat hogs, will weigh about BOO pounds each, about IS bushels of Irish po V chickens tatoes, S or ten barrels or corn, rew larmlng Implement all nearly new household and kitchen lurnlture, In eluding new cooking stoie, etc Will also sell nbout 4000 pounds of tobacco It not deposed of before. T. W. HUTCHISON, Gilbert's Creek, Ky. FURS ! W I HIGHEST MARKET PRICE PAID FOR RAW FURS AND HIDES Wol en Cf mnltiltn. Wrltt tot ptlct- IIM thll U. AND HIDES rntll SaUblUbad 1837 JOHN WHITE & CO. louisville.ky. PROFESSIONAL AND BUSINESS CARDS C Hays Koter Klneaid KINCAID A. FOSTER INSURANCE Life and Accident. Fir Olllce Ststt Dank A Truit Co. STANFORD KY. Sjretv Honds. W9r W Or and will nee 75 ' n ' 1 J. " Enibry-.Moberl- m stanford-K- ll ." Lex-iugto- n im ..... Kai'f.r'Mi.n'mMn"0 " """".",," pr--- ' bn-nt- Uo-tan- Pptr t .; jut L&N.T1WETKBLE ,!: SANTA CINCINNATI ( MARKETS We Cordially Invite You To Sell Your Tobacco With Us. As usual, we topped the market Monday at SI7. 1. L. SANDERS, Crab Orchard, Kentucky. IISIIIMufiiaMNglilHB lucinnati Iiecember, 20th Cnt'.Io -- Itecelpts l,.;U head; nw-ncMvo and strong, IOiJi 1.' cell's hlghc lair to good shoppers l.714j(..ui; common ? 2 TiU'o 3.W. Hogs lUcemtf 5.168: mnrket acthe and struni;: batehcrs and shippers t 55(i 7.e: common : T."f T.Hil. Iieup receipt till; jii.tr-kc- l steady, J.'jja.V, liu.te- - Market steady and quiet, J.i.T.Hl'-A 3ESggggggaEXSafe3BBSBB5SBMS Me Wantl in at ' on nand we will MEyfyou'the highest furke ys JBringihem i;B. ! jHtatJcetJnces. Northcott. TilL Tudor. Mgr. PHONE 153. FOR BENT OR :SALE STOCKHOLDERS' MEETING of the stockholders of the N'ntlonnl 11. ink ot Hustonvllle will b,. held at their banking housn In WE PAY Tuesday In Helton vlllo HIGHEST CASH PRICE S Januiiiy, 11111 the second9 nnd 12 A. M., between For AM Kinds or purpose of electing directors Farm Produce m tor the HIDES AND FURS WANTED M to serve thti ensuing year. J. W.Hocker, Cashier NOW. LAND i-- 111CHANAN STOCKHOLDERS' MEETING. stanfonl. Ky m A meeting of the stockholders of MBHM tli'' First National Hank ot Stanford, held ut their bunking housn will MOO RAISERS die recontl Tuesday In January l'Jll Are )our on worth 5 cenU per for tho purpose of electing directors ' guarantee heair for the eiiiiilnp year H, C.Raughman, Cashier Bourbon Hog Cholera Remedy , keep hogs hetlCiy and freo trom MEETNIG STOCKHOLDERS' uisui) ior o cenvi pir niad por A ineetin; or the stockholders il ilu nnnth. It Cholera, curts Kills Lincoln I'otmtv Natlonul Hank of Worms, Stimulates the Appetite, Aids bankOieeMton and causes hogs to fatten atanloid will be hold at their Januvery rapidly. This remedy la used ing noose the second Tuesday In ary, l'Jll lor the purpose ot electing ,nnd endorsed by leading hog raisers director lor the ensuing year. throughout the country. Come In W, M, Bright, Cashier you l) We sold over 200,000 pounds last week with a better average than Lexington and the best average of any house in Danville. ( and let us tell .Sold i about IL by Naw Stanford Ofug Co. ,' XW1 ,irtn ii I will nH nit tiHTvtf-tu. will lie hekl :il tha bunklne houatt at mult nn-liTuesday Ullleosuvllie coutalulhg i, vanhh In Ove minutes when Crab Orchard tb i stomach tablets are taken, la January, 1911 between K and 1 st acree,.ur tor tobacco btor torn; tood OuaranteeU by 0. I l'eaay to cure Jk. M, for ho purposo of electuiK yvtM ', jjCiXCC0mnc-ik i lpvcMejKI4li4fstJw9er bfcUt. dlteetcw bs icrt tke MtllM rut. . 1 Ml-vn- That lutui) . or lead at rdt bf stninath The best lighted house in Kentucky and anexperiencedv MEETING STOCKHOLDER'S meeting of tho stucMJoSden ' Auctioneer always tells the story. no Crab Orchard Banking Company A Datwik Tibacci Bssxsmiim, Wtntatsi Company. seBsts-wiVS- ;