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Interior journal (Stanford, Ky. : 1905): December 23, 1910 Interior journal (Stanford, Ky. : 1905) 300dpi TIFF G4 page images E.C. Walton Stanford, KY 1910 int1910122301_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 23, 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 J V f i t -"- - ' wj-y- jS ' J ' VOLUMB XXXV1L ftE Interior Journal. RTANFOKD, LINCOLN Ba - V NO. 86. COUNT V, KKNTUOKY. I ItlDAY. DtXKMlIER :t. 1110. GW'S FINGER TOUCHED HistMviie. tagB g JiHSHMSMSBgsjsjKSfe fp VlAMt MpRE9EE999HBflksVIHjKAnrnBMse3.3lfK.SSk. mtt l ss M SflewlHl Prices FOR TOBACCO AT SALES IN VILLE WEDNESDAY. DAN- - TO PUT TOBACCO AT LIVING P-- .. , U. tv .Mr. Walter llroylen o( line Knot, Ky, bought the Dr. James Wesley HEV. WILLIAM 8HELTON PASSES farm lest week nnd Is to get poee fEJ5i4s?tfK? ? iTw & t'lSisisisislslsMkksm non of It by January 1st Till. JHhJT OVER THE RIVER AT TW. HHHilBH .A rtW t Congratulations (rem his many LIOHT WEDNESDAY frlemU In this vicinity Is hereby ex EVENING. tended to our former neighbor and stir better halt, Mr. and Aim. Jesne tiods (lDtvr touched him nnd he Alvert-oblopt 'I he colon ml veranda Just complel' iLPHPr W, ssssBHtftBsffvsBmslsM At the twilight hour at the clone of ot at the home) of Mr and Mrs J .1 a Sflerlou winter day, peacefully and Allen on Main street has added great painlessly, the soul of Dr. William ly to the beauty ol their handuome ssssssBsVssWfBl?jHI '' v -- . t UksKslsBbM fcbeltnn left It mortal abiding place DOlQl". on Wednesday, tne 21st, nnd was .Mnnd Mrs K. Q Mansfield of UiksisBVHZHlW 'i, .' weleouW with the song ot the re- ingtea'speni a low nuyii wiiu incnu4i deemed nnd the angel to thnt land Is sfVAi J lat week. which ":,V: tr wife of Mr. I. U. Depp fairer than diy No 'more beiuttftii death can be on inm bo the 'fcitt line IlimXrl tnr than that h ........ M. " i; wMi-- h tfcla tcvenson who bought gru.it, good man ot (Jnd crossed over( Mr h 0 acre farm of y W IliU 8pl which hits awaited him so long, and llurton I t"week at flli5 per acre. which those who know him and the will get poffrpsslon Ut Jan.. next. Mr ssHLsfissV lslslslslslslslslslslslsH IsslslsBlslslsKlT mJm mM slslslslslsll teveiiHon will build a modern cot life that he led.know has been adorn tago H' vi conveniens m lJ home with d br the Hon of God himself with near nnd the brightest Jewels ot Ills kingdom cea pike, niokt attractivo design John and Jnt tt3Mi-VrJ- : Just ten days after hj had been the Cupenter home opposlio the same aSasssrilH 1 on Work tnckrn with the apoplectic stroke, will bgln at one- ho lingered 'ills splendid physique crown attenced the sale of AU nut tremendous vitality remarkablf indeed for a man of Sfi yearafor a Dr Janes Wesley last week- - The time lM his loved one to hope that spirited bidding brought out th" day h Jnlpbt overcome the fearful nttACk. rvidenced tb prence ol many hcJ family Dr Wesley JJut tlrd nature was unable to res-- I amis Imveu t.lborty wlvroand Is well he III move to ond nnd lie sank gradually and quiet ud rnvorabl) known nnd where he 1. unto tho rod. ProUibly no imu who has died In h.itl a lire prnetb e n viutilord wns more universally re. Tim "Voluntwr CIhk Hi th as home in Ixxiisvillu Dr Sh'ltiwi. pcted and belovd than sent tlilr Humla his lor Hftvn vidm hu had miil here tiaii k crurcfi dollnr in sohoolwljov nnr tho v three In this coinmunltv, coming Vome gill for Uom' imloi Innate 8ANTA CLAUS HEADY TO STAKT. til that llmo to take the president Cnrl'tiLa who should have Hie prrer old KUufoid VYroale College Inmate? of Uv m ever) Clirihllun Hi our bWovul Kor live years he held thai position he retired to the well earned t tin. ind 11 t) tr which his yenrs oi moor en llsms by t'amnlti and Dr are spendret him Since then horhad made Howard attention titled WHICH CAME IN ON HIS LAST MAIL BEFORE CHRISTMAS ing thl wrek In tho loer (ircen iUa heme with his dan:tit,t', and her ille following u couple ol MrCl.uy Deir Santa Clans muband. Mr nnd Mrs J splendid bird dog. iluttotiillle. Ky. At t.ie age o! 17 Dr tultun I'fw I am a lltt biy tid would be Dear Old Sunla .Sixt S?uiIh 2Mb will be and few title more Ibi,k(n hU l.ord, I ii'ii n ' Held day In Huitonvllle. Kv. vory ttn. IKtleTboy trlnll 11 ou WOUItl LOI' - to ste or given more taltarvll served lllin so I will aal. hiicI. of jou this Eastern Ky.. vv HI and Libor U S Fuller Supt of sorvlco at I'hrW-tia- fight years old in 'he vnlnl grad3 I tlnt- - 1 Ilk,not ol their lives to ii tn Sunday school like to go to Sur.l.ty rln.ol wliry?u at the Unlou I,. .voiked In the mlolntr) In earlier siwak ou pUai" mid jie .1 si'it of clotnex pleiwc b'lug 'ino mev 'ittls'lult church at 11 A M. and 7 I M 111., and when engaged In educational i;vrbody urged to hoar him n of p:.nU ther sboej. pntin leil her ihi.is lid t I i,t Kroui unit cn-- r pumiits nlterwnrde, was anxious to fine jour lltll" I: 'mil l'Ieiif. don't for,;- -! .lie A 165 acr0 farm, lin tnlcv Wist pait he could In the pulpit rwttoru hnd with 6 room dwelling, I CAItl. J. SHLOCK. XK.'t.OCK JIM'S Mm pUr,ln the congregation at tho tenant hoii'e, 2 lrg splendid new llppist rlmrch was always tilled. sae good orchard, well witer-tl- . .. ri'wionvllU't Kf A vUen th" weight of advancing vears cloxe to church aid .lehool I'leuie brlnjr fc a doll and Denr Stnla--- II Wil aixl Inclemency ol tho weather Tor hnnrnln nt $l.0t0 Htt 1 Sen us h go to jthooi, ev ery iluy will doll bu jgy and dre3cc It t.ade his precnce at worship nature, li iniH and . at one- v,ou vou please end"'i)ie i llttje black truhk tu kicp Ioljloioth.s in tvmessed or a genial, kindly bring these and papa u.il give jou a board to work mv truly be said to hare nr Shflton ran good book'to rvad I will tui ask nientv of caody. A'lth 'nve the Highland. tuvrd his lellow mm. and In sorrow spd ruAM'.s iiAL.1.01 much of joti tills llnlu no pfeat.'e'don't tho com. manifested mpsthv nuil lorget n.e mitnltV when he was stricken, nnd Uil.Urt ASHLOCIv. Dar Old emu 1 laj then taken tetllles 1o tho unhVrsa I think old Santa can gt hli slcijth I w ant ajlijl.. doll and a Dig esteem In which h was held roady from the signs In the air at lovo and doll fatri busKv 01 nil rlHr Crab Orcluird, Ky. rvlces were held orer tho thlc writing Irrlef bug-ryry little slater wants r dolt andi.llu . Denr Old Santa Cliut remains at the borne or nis daughter I am a Httl Some of our farmers are through girl 'i yvsr old Frances wan' u i.oll and buggy "Thursday alternoon oy Ilev J JJ strlpp'ng tobscco but aro low spirited tnu I want ou to brlni; me n big doll t rora your llttlij frlepil then Joiks. and family the body waa laid r ca account of tht. low snip and low tlvil can sar papa niri mama and JOANNA IIALI.OU lot In lluttalo cine-te- prices. rest In the nppl"s chocolate candles orangett and our last report some change- bnnanua nnd anvthlng i'Me you wUh Slnco -IVar Santa Claus The pallbearers were. Active have been made nmoung the citizens to bring me Your little friend. I am a good !M,e girl will ou .1 U Kd-- . J N'. Mrnefe Hr , Oarlnnd Messrs Craig jili-xs- . our community. KUZMii-rri- i ol come and bring mr i doll, .1 doll tflugletort. J C Klorence. llowan Sauf Uaiifh and J Wash Cook with their busgv, doll dlshe.' on t torget all ley, and VV H. Wesren. Honorary , H families have gon, to JXtrolt Mich. Crab Orchard, Ky th ether llttl" j;irs With love, rrora . Vaxton. S. 1. R. Cooper. J. John Heed who haa been In Oklahoma Dear Old Panta: jour trlend I am Hsvgtunaa. T. D New land. Dr C How- for the past year, ha with his famllv I want you lo bring me rome MAKJOKIK ilKt.KN DAJ.LOtl. ler." H. H. Shanks and A J. arman. rurnpt to "old Kentucky." I have a nice doll I wnnt nice loy Sh)rt Sketch of His LifeIn Ms Mrs. Sarah Austin has moved Into I bed tor It and a doll bu'Cy and HlgiilsnC. Ky., Cook property and Jtm Dr William SheMon wm ot tho Wash moved to the Craig Raugh tc.nanas rnndV applet and a niee lVar Santa CUua Heed do on of the foremost ministers coat and tdce pair shoes. Your little I atr a little pii and place. his heVeu jear.s tW napUit church In the touth II je.u old girl. sin and Mh'ough' 1 vtould write and iinvn Youns ha moved Into his oue ot Its most prominent educntora. IMKY JANK tiKH'KlN. times new home, tell jou whit I want for Christmas I lo wns at the head at dltterent I wiant 1 dress pi:r of shoes, stock-tog- . ,4 aererwl Jedng educational Instlto-tSoas- . ti.ir phol taucht. Dy Mr Cyrus Crib Orchard. Ky doll, ro.ne fruits' and preacher Johnson ot King s Mounjsin will close Ad 'as a Dear Santa Clamtuns. Pleate do not lorget me.' nnd leadr In his denomination wa4 rrldav .V. Im wiui an vnnrnimimoin boy-1'yearn old I little HOHKHT ACTON YOUSt) rrcopilted as a man ol pcwniad n to which all the nitrons nre Invited 1 want am ato bring me a waggon jou Th Ml. Morlah school taught by nnn ome llr cnickers oranges apro4n ' Ood. Moreland, Ky. ' Dr. Shelton was born In Hmlth coun Miss Winnie Hattleld, will rloso hTl ples onndy and nil nice Dear Santu Claur-- " ty. Tennessee, near Lehanon. July . dav I M with an entertalnnn-n- t and thingsb.ui.vnscm tiring my little Nter you ago a' Xmas tree, at the Christian church. I want you to come to see me, nanuikMsc him 86 vears or - one J n doll nun .,..., niue eea ion...,...,yeunw I vtnrt .vou to bring me a pistol a He waII Voiinc of Union College ...... -tnc Uno of his death only other surl.n J -r.l. U at home for the holiday " "P and egress wagon ,omo ot a large tamllv. the my do. 7our it le "frlTnd Mna wl. Mr.USain Hastln Wfco has ben quite n'tc, vivor being his sister. Holr r. KUMKB AND IIKVTItlCi: DKNM. nut'0nf7, ?Dd1 ?PP'eB anU V lmsrovlns me an ant's . RMdle. of Kansas S'lV. Vnlversltyh;; U.slle Hatfield le sick at this writ ovtrroHi lours iruiy rraduated from the tbeolopy at I'mi. nr..i.int. I(v ing. 0(eilKI. KKltRKL. I and'studfed Ufllle. University. New- - v. or k, H Our community was shocked last Dear Santa Clnus--1- lUmlUM I will wtIU you a letter to pastor or tho nap-il- uivi. on heailnr of the death of Mrs yeu tehat, I tmnt for Xmis. J a-Moreiana. Ky. VM sttcceislvely rsih biMiti. nd Jarre! Berry. The tov church at Clarksvllle Tenn. Dear Old Santa Clausj nnd wagon I bave a largo and LaUn at thi 'rimt loll a husband and three smut! havehorse 1 .am a little of Oreek boy seven earg a larne wagon I can ride my to mourn her Ion and last h I am a boy 4 years old i.ld 1 ihouxbt 1 would write and tell llnlTerstt.vi or MurtreesboTO, Tetin.. children nnd eight children to mourn iiroihpr in or UrownMlll'' '"mn''1Bf?1: a wife I what I want for Xmas. Iwant uant some npples sandy oranged j 1 wljl go ti Kme candy, nnd pastor of the Rupllst tin low. apples- - bananas oranges Mr. AUx l'lerce, or near Oreenville peanuts 8ur.d txvnaruis or West my fit o'clock and shut nnd a coconut and a pistol and Tenn.. Hpent two weeks wuh hi nepli 'ed I Tcnn, l'leuse i, ,h at Jackson of Nash. evV. Snuire n. lUAuams. have justj tight will not look. Your llttlp bov, home caps, lrtend don't lorget mo imiversltr HCSSBl.l. THOMI'SON. I am your college, l.w.1 T D. Williams and family WILLIAM UKEHHAM. tllOi president of Kwing raurnrd fre a 'vieit to reiauve a " Crab Orchard Kv ln 111., prcsmcni oi u 7Angel s California, hubankt vrTralty a IMir Santa Claus Mrs. Margaret Young is visiting nr Deir Santa fclaus: I w"t ',,u to bring me a toy president ot Hwitwater 1 nm seven )earb old nud 1 and president u?.u.8"r,,..ii .JTa lint Artm. h.ii. iw.r... mid wnMn and ft lot of candy want doll that les. Bwwtwater Tenn.. jou College here He orange My will go to to bring roe a nice doll dth ot Btantont Kcmnle In aenrrh of em opid- -i nnd bsnanas and sleep nnd a set ot Homers di.ty n number of com n tired from nctlve randy and frlilts ami . nce made bla ployment ,f j wl, bfl eooa en sonio titre you of Mn years ago and hns If don't trlnk I aU 011r little dour Simla city wit HU daughter, urn two yoiri? old. boy DOINQ A GOOD WORK lome In thU lor too much, you can bring mc a McCJarj . . poj Mrs. J C Hev J II IVnco, pastor 01 tue brneelet. I will be n grandrau Goocbn CHKSTKR THOMl'SON Dr. Bhclton wn married twice, his K church ot MlnWr. III. and two son 1 will go to bed at so von o'clock so t.amp-Ixjwire being Miss Virginia realllves hert. first dMr Pantn don't rorge to come daughter of nro visiting IrUnds and ('rub Orchard.t Ky., niece und adopted Virginia nnd iliirlnc thu holldars, no n,is verj MAOGIU IIOONlt Dear Old, Santa Clans' Oov David Campbell, of Campbell of loccntly distributed clotrang among I am h little. wy nino of Oov William ri poor and deUltutc fumllleH here . sister Moreland, Kj. every day 1 want To this union wcn Wrn countrv At least lort - inul ro to school nn Tcaneiwe Dear Pantu Clous: a little survtvlnK dferlnt tho two children Uht families have been assisted ou to biing a u base overcoat bat a I nm a girl seveu eurs ball of In aulomoblle. Mr. I. U McClary. Sheltoo. tbU i,van? InstanTci of Mr IVnco. been tlddle P,.U a whole heap of and works cM I always little loved you dearlj I ot fire c tr and Henry C. children have v .011 Id you bring me .1 am all the like to root For the My m w dead o and t me all yov china doll a for and to wutcb. I will Heattlc. Washington, lie I survived ring a bring them been assbt- - toy mama tas b ten grandchildren asiongleadtng Ipr any thing that be ver thankful our little friend. them ean belne Dr. W V. Bhelton.Mi a Virgin, inJ' ihel families by OAVID WITHERS BUROETTE you will bring me. X stands lor vurgtoa, of Kansas City. rthtaV.a ta wm- - liuBci rood Xrafls Christmvs birthday they say H la Ulehtson. of Irtepait 111... Idaho, May the Lord prosper vhr ww "j , It will soon be time tor you to How happy all children should bo on of Qoodlns Mary Hlclieson. Mm who is wiiiioK iu '"",'" I come and sec us again, and I am that db.v Address, nichard Rlcheson. of Canada. Ilobart i.t,sbjt others. a rnis-nu- , MAHY H.U.I.IK CAUTUK tlaa, Rantu T want to tell you about of Parker, Arizona, and IV. Hautley, r YOU my baby sUter she Is so cute and Hbeiton M. HauHo. editor ot th Mar Y0U Edgerieic; Cbitago 1 will bang her stocking right VSr ?5e .ENeriTr Journal, or this city, and Sbel-trm- . Pear Santa Claus: and Kl.le irisBwood La. "But- - beHde mme ana du De sure anu i ran.t Milton, William nUo leaves three I nm a little bey nve jars u of Seattle. He I le on a farm one mue uuu a bair I am oIdii lo from tqwa a New Santa tell you' what I want )ou to bring mo lor Xmns. I want you to brnr me a Itttta red wafon?a horn a ket of who dkd In 1902. leaving uo Tcnn.. "blocks, a, cart and r.urw,. and a tralu. was attracted to Fcdey's .lTnaa'n UBY i&ABE My attentloti SantJi want you to mi IX. sjfBsssmt: rl. Na- -fvill of Inuts candles and my sioex to say .. The degrees of LU upon Tb. KldBfy Bemedy and I am Ins; bananas tne nrgter D. were conferred thU wonderful medicine, usbi 1 aw expecting you so. don't lorget uu pieaso VIng n 1 am bo in early lite by l"tt-ldoll n Pxt "rd for Mmy B SaU djr, IHtleI am a teed lutl bay ru,Vl'irl recognlUon ot his ! 1 am votr rrle4. ,tt.m ". niiiwi. ' kSsTU AN k wimv r. alitmi HIMAND HE SLEPT fRKEa.. XX BfcprfPiTBSsisyjisr3B a rettilt ot the start:ng of another pooi ai Lexington At th Peoples' fobacco Is going ud with a lumn .in NEW POOL MOVEMENT IS START- ED IN BURLEY CO.UNTIES V.Efl Ix Hr3flMxir' KssHLsHisisBisHUiH 1 1 up-t-lt- e kaH'' ssssBwiWv . isisisisB '5i'-.'- tt"'ir)!tssB t'hrU-orpha- -- 11 -- tr-e- Letters to Old Santa 1 1 rer n III-- Dcm-.thnt- 1 si.ms-otr-an- d ui.ur - glt-pfrj- 1 lor pro-It-jes- v st J vrt-rtde- ot cl"b there-presldc- '.?:.j; Is 1 ?"" SuourWTb. ui WITH ENTHUSIASM lon.icco Warehouse in Danville on Wtdncsdny as high nt 20 eenta n pound was obtained for several baa- Clarrncn K.jTate returned'from Lc seia cr tne weed owned by T. A. Ington Wcdneaay, where he attendItinearson, of Powers, Casey county, ee th meeting of tobacco growers tils crop averagid 114.75 In all, and took prominent part In the vhlch i a splendid average. Some of organizing, another .pool.for work Begt other good averages In the 65,000 year,. Moth Independents and foraser pounda sold during the day wero aa poolere joined in the, movement, axd follows: !t promises to swep the Uurley disJ. C. Roblnfon, of Allceton, Doyle trict bj storm. Meawho havo hithcounty IS cents. Jason Meadows, erto fought the pool, ,but have seen 2 cents. Louis Tucker, r. the effect of IU failure in th. i Caer countv. 11 t.- - nmi. Ing. of tobacco, prices have joined in Jesse Ovcrstreet, 15 rents. Johntr,5 movm,'nt and it Is believed tha x,ynn. or Mustonvllle made a goodi1"6 orginizanon of the new pool for -- ...w, .u uv..v jj.nr nn nm. aoncver Itfll means a grea thiriir for th ir. bacco grower. was Vi cents. Prices at the.Lexlaa;-tobreaks this week jumned two t ccnu a pound when It learned: tha the new pool aeemed to be a certain BrtAead KO. and It Is expected that the mar-Le- t lor tobutco will immediately very active again. Kartnota ar holding Uielr corn for The tobacco growers nt tht. meeting pejgbarrel but sales arc slow at in ti werp not empowered to iais iyire take nny formal action, as they did The Entertainment to bo given not come as delegated representatives Ainas ive oy mo uaptist 8. S prom lrom their counties. They adopted a. Isos to be a very Interesting aftalr. Mt. Vernon Is to have a moving ni. plan ot action, however, which wa turc show, Jfessrs. A. II. Furnish, W. ondorsed by all present . At a meeting of the growers of various Hurley (J. Mclieo nnd Victor C. Tate are the county seats on Saturday December promoters. Thos(. around hero who nan? emu 11 delegates will be appointed to n Ibelr tobacco are not pleased ,lth another raeetiru? to be held in January 5, 1911, when the pool the price paid nnd it looks as though ing movement will formally launched out little will be planted out next Th,, report of the committee appointvear In these parts. Howard Owens and Mias Martha ed at Lexington this week to draft a liradley of th(? Siiers neighborhood plan, was as follows: "Your committee appointed to d- were married last week by and at tho residence of Itev. Jimo, inn.. H1.1,a".a,,U nieftrf tln9llng tbo Hurley tobacco in such counmlns of the Poplar Grove vicinity William Uallard has move Into Mrs ties in Kentucky. Ohio. Indiana. MisClark projiertr lately vacated bv Mr souri and West Vlrelnia as mn do raise White Durley tobacco, resCooper The Snyers public )cliool will cloa pectfully report as follows: "First that wo recommend the poolnext Friday with ar entertalnmpnf given by the pupils. Music will bo ing ot the 15n crop, and in th sam lurnlshed by the Seoggins famil.v contract cut our the 1912 crop; that Mrlng band. The school was taught all counties in the nurley; district arw by Mr. Will Dillingham and has ten requested to send delegate to Lexingn success from the very tlrst day. ton on the 5th day of January, lull, a. uarson 13 clerking foi J to dovtse wnvs and means to bring '1 nomas Cncrr this week. .Miss abo-:- t this end. Mattle Owens our asslstan post mis "For the purpos,. ot strengthening tress visited Miss Lula Roberts or the mil pool we also recommend to .viaywood Saturday and Sunday. lohn the addition or the 1911 pool nny othI' Hamra, or the L. & N. R. H. be- er unsold tobacco on hand. tween Louisville nnd Cincinnati f. Second We! favor countv onranl visiting relatives here ration nnd home rule. b. F Francisco is visiting his son Third We J:avor a reasonable per JimtM lit UiFollette Tenn. this week ceut contract Joe Carter ot Oratz, Ky.. Is with his Fourth we favor a separate oreanl- crotn-- r Dr. v. F. during Xmas. Mr. THtton and recommend Willis Adams ol Mt. Vernon who tas with similar tobacco organizations. been in the west lor several months Fifth We recommend" that June W is with borne folks for a few weeks tlajle JudPe P Hill and M. H. For- Virgil Martin and Sam Sayer spent man ne appointed a committee to the litter part of last week. Inutbe up the question of .organization take and I'ongo section hunting. confer with other similar organizaMr. Howe nnd family of Richmond tions and report at tr-meeting, on eturned home Saturday alter spend Jinuary fith, 1911. 4 ing a few das here with Mrs. Howoa Hill, Chairman, Henry county. F. Bister Mrs. Kd Newlana. Mr. Howe I. M. Bosworth, Fayette. H. put in his time hunting. Hev. Jonn C. K. Tate, Lincoln. . -rence anc sons Lyinon and Kdwln P Minor. Owen, or'Moneor III., who are now with rela- li. l)f jrprman. Carroll, M. tives at Rowland are expected to be 'id Oil! Mercer the guests of tN:!r uncle and aunt June V. Oayle. Owea. Mr. and Mrs. O. E. Painter during H. Polsgrove, Xmas. Mrs. John Leece of tho HIatt James Lincoln county Franklin. solidly will h, That Mclnlty has been very sfrkvbut is movement for tan behind in some better. Mr anl Mrs. W. T. newline seems the pool evident from the tone I'Cvans have returned rroto a few ot expressions heard from various to days visit with relatives In London growers on the streets this Ceo. Frith of the Louisville Dental bacco the movement School Ih here Ior Xmas. Rec Green week when news of confidently be here. It is Fish till preach at the Christian leachedthat tothe strongest pool thurch Xmas day Mtss Pattle Per- - lieved ever perfected will result'of rote f Mni. of Mt. Vernon visited her Brand- - bacco mother Mrs. Sallie Dames here Sun- - this movement, and the price of the diy. We have an Inkling that there weed be forced to a llgure, that wtu will be two or three weddings here eive n grower a fair return for his ere long. Messrs, Allen and Jimes libor. Mr. Tate who represented LinHarnett of the Quail section and Ity. coln this week, urges every tanner to atten tke ron Owens who are student of Ucorie in Lincoln not to torget county growtown college are at home during a mass meeting o( Lincoln held here, on Saturers which will be cation. Lojran McCal! Vho has been tele day, Iec ill graphing 1st trick at Lebanon Junc tion was bore with his parents Satur Grtwers. New day ard Sunday. He wilt likely be transferred to Uostoc as first trick Wflltajn operator In a few days. Paraley who committed suicide at KINCAIO RECEIVES WORD TO BELondon Saturday evening wmb well GIN BUYING TOBACCO AGAIN thought ot In this section of the coun try his nbllity ns tnwellng salesman Here's good news for the tohac-1- 0 was scarcely excelled. growers ot Lincoln county who Mi Jumes Jlaret. general minnrrer of th,, Mt. Vernon telephone exchange have ben unable to sell tnelr tobaciilrt secretary of the Dastln telephone co and many of whom have been whuv their Chrlstma pany Inrt (ms us that he wilt wvndering i . I . Kin soon have installed and In working n.oney was coming from which will caw. local buyer tor the Louisville order a new switch-boaranbe nulle nn improvement over the iohuoco Warehouse Comp.iny,, All telephone nuu nounced W the I. J., on vVedw;sdnyo one now In um l.ers wjll be changed. A new direc that he will begin buying at his Christtory published und other Improvehero Immediately after ments lunda which v 111 make the ser mas. He has recelvod'orders from hiH ilea of the very best However, thorw house to tart In (.hipping In tobacc is not much complaint against the to them tho tlrst of the year, ami present order of thing? tor umiouot trucka and hogsheads have been shipedly, our old frlrnd Jim la n (.enlua ped him to handle a lirgo amount ot especially wbn It corner to electrl the wesd city and knows how to Keep things In Uood prices nre expeOU to prevail the proper condition 1.U0 Is an in- again lor this crop since the new ventor along tint line ot no small looting movement wn started nt ie note ington tnle week with such enthusiasm both by the old. poolers and the 2 2 oMUId-Ulebunn be-criLex-ngto1 i s Gtri Fr 1 p d m waro-hous- MARVELOUS DISCOVERIES Independent "" n,r iet. ' uttd "" il4 ' aiiiiHRT mark the wonder rill progress of the Air illehts on heavy marWnes :tee telegrams without wires, terrible war Inventions to kill men ana mat won er of Wonders Dr King's New dls covery to save life when threaten' isl bv couKhs. corns, la grippe, asm nsa. qroup, bronchitis, hemorrhages hay fever and whooping cough or lung trouble. For all bronchial atfections It has no equal. It relieves Instantly, Its the surest cure James M. Black of Ashevllle N. C. R. It.' No. 1. writes it cured him of aa obstinate cougn ulter all other remedies failed. 50c and $1. A trial bottle free. Guaranteed by Penny's Drug Store. I s.mPlTs"af7quaromothe lrs D Ollkson, 828 Ids'm Are., YounKatown. Ohio, gained wisdom by experience. "My little girl had a se " vere lold ana cougnva oiuiw-k- . tluuouslv. My sister rerumraoBUCT. Foley's 'Honey andTir, The first tutlaai-uialiodoce l gave her relieved the tn her throat and nttir uslt only one bottle ber throat and lusgs r,M fmm Inflamtnatkm. aiuce then 1 al way keep a bottle of Foley' lioaey ano rar m me eu A.re.Bt no S'lbetltutes. Sold by 8au- ga tad Taaaer. n ' f J y - (wr " rrf V rw I 2. THE STANFORD, KENTUCKY INTERIOR JOURNAL. ltlt)A DKUKMHKK 23, 1910. ltlseasvtoieadik nnirV anJ diiWf tin Tli Pnrtnn It runt two trains, daily, Texas, through Arkansas. rio Memphis to Texas, with through sleepers, chair cars I rains from all parts or and parlor cafe cars. the Southeast connect in Memphis with these Cotton Dell trains to the Southwest Tlolr fi he Interior Journal. Established 1872. A 50-ccn- t bottle of Ull II WJ Ti HELTON VBIIT 8AUFLEY TUESDAY AND Publisher Scott's Emulsion given in half-teaspoon miCAY POLITICAL ANNOUNCEMENTS doses' four times a clay, mixed in its bottle, will d Presents Presents .. f .. n n' M Low Fares Southwest Mx2&-9- ;. r77v-vr IiZvi;. i tv 1 TTICe Zim trr lorr tare tickets mil be sold rri.ri&SB'y' ila thea.u Cotton Hell to i i. llTiTjr . iijimj in iimau.a.. iuui.. . ...-... . j- ViiZjr una. leui and Uklalioma. :?filniwii. a, a, allmt Ati.1 tli O . vott Irlentr of J r . dar return limit . cuts I ' me look .around. laLeadantafe . ror. t thereto.low tares and. .Inveitlcate tni ." wonderful opportunities open to vou In tne soutnwest. Don't wilt until the Mr ortpennnltka urn pore. write todiT arnl tell mew here rou want to co. I lll rend sou a complete schedule and tell rou the clx sift crwtot atlrlrt. I will tlo send tou tree, our boola on Tcm six Arkansas with counts map In colon. L. C BARRY, Travelinc Passenger Agent 83 Todd Building, LouitTJIIr, Kj. each month i.iiai5r !..i For Circuit Judge The Interior Journal Is authorised to Announce Charles A. Hardin os a candldnto for Circuit Judge of the Thirteenth Judicial dlstrist, at tho election to bo held November, l'JU, subject to the action of the Dctno- - ' FREE SAMPLE CURED OLD PERSON'S BOWEL TROUBLE One of the most remarkable proofs of 1he unusual laxative merit contained in Or. Caldwell's Syrup Tepsln la that It Is effective not only In people in the prime of life, but nt the extremes of ages. As many letters are received from mothers regarding the cures of children, as from men and women of sixty, seventy and eighty years of ace. It must be truly a wonderful laxative. In the cure of constipation and bowel trouble in old people it has no equal. It e, ocrreota the constipation, dispels the biliousness, bus. drowsiness after eating, etc People advancing; In years ehould see to It that their bowels move freely, and If they do not to take Dr. Caldwell's Syrup Pepsin. You can your life by healthy bowel action. Cleared bowels Invite disease. Women about to pass the menstrual period cannot k better than use Syrup Pepsin several head--acltpro--tot- ur times a week until the system has d to Ha future condition. Among the strongest supporters of Dr. Caldwell's Syrup Pepsin are Jtr. W. O. Zom of New Decatur, Ala. and Mr. George S. Spauldlne of the National Soldiers' Home. Kansas, both elderly men. The regular size bottles can be bought of any druggist at ntty cents and one dollar, but a, free sample bottle can be had by send Ins your address to the doctr r I Dr. Caldwell does not feel glgi the purchase of his remedy ends his obligation. Ite has specialized In stomach, liver and bowel diseases for over forty years and will be pleased to give the reader any advice on the subject free of charge. All are welcome to write him. Whether tor the medical advice or the free sample address him Dr. W. Caldwell, m Caldwell bulldlnr. Montlcello. 111. eet-tle- a $10. Leather Suit Cases, $5 to 15, Hand Bags $5 to 12.50, Kid Gloves, $1 to 2, Work Gloves, 25c to RET1HED to 3.50, Stetson hats 1.50, nice hat, $1 $3.50 4, and $5. l'resldent Taft withdrew from the Urnato the nomination or James Sharp to be I'nltod Stntrg Attorney Have just come Look at our beautiful windows and Kentucky. lor the eastern district There Is a lip that Morrow, of Somerset, mny land this nice Job and back from City and you are sure to bny. good tiie appointment would be one. have a nice variety H. J King from the few speeches he of useful and Ornahis candidacy for the has niado TO OUR CUSTOMERS. FOR SALCI Democratl" nomination for (Sovernor, mental Christmas It look like Mr. Hen Johnson Alter the 1st of January c will d, lating tho campaign methods of one presents. Call and ncics,No. hnnelng Fork farm of well Improvrd and well water- a strictly ensh business, giving crwilf N. Hav, who ran for the some to no one. To thos who settl0 their ed, mlleti from Dnnvlllo, I.ancaster nomination 10!. State Journal. accounts now owing ts tho 1st see our goods. and Stanford on t)nnllle and Lan ot Jnnuary will allow a ten per mlltj from caster turnplKe, t Pwl Stmt. N. Y. N f Kd a mi Damillo police ofriccrs raided the l.llnd liners there this, week and arrested nine offenders,. Why not have n raid or two In Stanford, just for ibe fun of the thing? (Inllons upon gallons or whisky are "hipped Into the city dniiy and the owners call for It in brond da light. It stands to reason that the men who are receiv ing tills booze nrc, not drinking all ot it, rnd the fact Uwt they receive It DY day by day looks a trltle suspicious, to say the least. Chief Lopnn Wood, 10c., of Dnnvllle seems to have no trouble locating tho offender over there. Cook. Wouldn't It be a Rood Idea to conler SCOTT A. BOWNC, 40 wltn him ni to the plan hc employs nua which in so successful, nnd which might prove Just n eftknrloun here? hat's tho use ot having n locnl option law nnlers It Ih enforced Most people are happiest when they last a year-olbaby near-l- y are giving and this is the Season for a month, and four bot- Presents. We offer you a Large, Usetles over three months, ful and BEAUTIFUL STOCK to select 50c, Silk and will make the baby from. Silk Handkerchiefs, strong and well and will Sox in beautiful colors, 50c and $1, Silk lay the foundation for a Suspenders $1 to $2.50, Phoenix mufhealthy, robust boy or flers, 50c and $1, Cuff Buttons 25c to $1.50, Scarf Pins, 50c to $3.50, Ladies girl. Silk Umbrellas, almost too pretty to use FOR SALE ALL DRUGGISTS Send tine of psper and this ad. for $2.50, $5, $7.50, $10, 12.50 and $15 cut Wiutitut Strings lUnk and Child's Sketch. lUch tank contains a Luck each. Men's Silk Umbrellas, 3.50 to Tenny, Good J. McRoberts. 362 1 In Is emu- A 1 11. In 6 The Kentucky pencil pushers will r meet In sesslcn In Louisville next Wednesday, nnd splendid time Is anticipated by all with that prince of good fellows, Hobert V. Ilrown, of the I.oulsvllle Times, at the head of nlfalrs. The sweetest Christmas of all Is In making some one else happy. As the Master truly said, It Is more blessed U give than to receive. g. b. Moreland Ky GET YOUR GUN WHILE YOU CAN pruit wo , News expected day. not: large attendance In at all Sunday schools Sun- At A Thtsi Micultusly Pricts Ltw 4 Delicious Coffee every Morning and always the same with a SO. DECEPTIVE Many Sanford People We k churches good school, store and black- - cent discount. your will appreciate) the trade during r.mlth shop, rural rout? runs by door. continuance of vear. JOHN J. OAHTKR Dwolllrc of f rooms nnd two comrao- - next dious porches comparatively new, iart;o earn two moacco Dims mocr FOh 3ALE1 necessary outbuildings, all In Rood As I have decided to go to a warmer Kor lurther information apply to climate 1 will offer my llttl0 borne for Geo. F. llrlsht, AgnL Stanford, Ky. sale, containing two octes and 1C loles, comfortable, houio and all FARM FOR SALE! 1 will sell privately my farm of recesaary outbuildings, cistern and about 2&0 ncres, mile and bait from orchard from 8 to 15 year old. Quar Hustonvlilc on Danville piko. lias ter mile from lhiddcrr's mill on Vlx bouse nt seven rooms all other neces- river, four rallrs cast of Stanford sary Improvements and splendid water and four miles south of ltncaster. Can ghe possession soon. apply to PROF. J. O. OATSON, J. C. NEAL. (JllbcrU Creek. Ky, Moreland. Ky re-ta- li. I Ing. the Seriousness. llackache is so decepiye. It cornea nnd goes- - fcce.fs you guess fall to Realize Regordless of Cost They Gc Rochester Percolator Popular in Price - Simple lo Operate - Easy to Clean SAVES NEARLY HALF because it extracts all of the good of the coffee Ask for our Illustrated the cause thctf euro lr times out of ten It comes THE FOLLOWING; IS YOUR LAST from the kidneys. That's why Doan's Kidney Pills AND BEST OPPORTUNITY: cure It, Cure every kidney 111 from backache to diabetes. Single Gun S 5.25 $ 3.75 Wo present thP Jollowlng case as proof ( Lrn Nine J' For Cash to Close Out CONCRETING Wear In position to do nil kinds ot suon as 11 lex k Work. rT.roeoI wn ean make any thins from a and. In down to a fne pott. We can swrra boom rou promptly and inarantM nr.t-clawork and niaUrtal. (Jail and art oar prlr. blor 70a bur jour material at Ifwsl. con-eretl- to. PHILLIPS BROS., SunfonJ, Ky. CUT FLOWERS FOR SALE! YOUR NEW YEAR POLICY. Should Indtiilo a resolution to protoct I I can furnish the pabllo with the bvst, as as the Irv.hMt ot cut lloweri, from loi what ou hivo worked no ' wellkinds, IkiII- -, potted Ocrtrrrs, plants of on short all us wrlto you notice. Alio make a specialty of wreaths h.ud lo nciiulrt for for funeral purposes. y wMfli will a lire Itistirinin poll-In connection with the atote, I haT an of tho flni klndsof veselablrson hand at reasonable mak( you No man In prloes. Jluid. To t exemnt Iroin lire nnd your turn may OUKlrVrMAXnilKnN 110UHKH. Kn llsasAiD, rauB. come before Folder: "How to Make Delicious Coffee." ALL SIZES Valuable Xmas Presents l'homas Klkin, Danville Street Lancaster, Ky., says "For a great many Sears I was a sufferer from kldno opjplalnt and a had such severe tains In th0 small of my back that 1 was hardly able to get abouL The many remedies I used failed to neip until upon the advice ot a friend, 1 procured a box of Doan's Kidney nils In a short time after beginning their upe, I improved and It wns not i.ng uutll I v,as reitored to perfect health, for the great change In my condition I give Doan's Kidney Pills the credit and I recommend them as a reliable Kidney remedy. .Kor sale by all dealers. rusii-i-.Tuiuur- W. H. HIGGINS. WRITE ME FOR PRICES ON HIGH GRADE York, sole agents v.o., bUtes. Price SOc iiuiimu, .i for the United Doan's - and ( Single Double Double Double Double Double Double Double Double Double Double Doubel Gun Gun Gun Gun Gun Gun Gun Gun Gun Gun Gun Gun 6JS0 13.50 16.00 4J5 St.00 1?.00 20.00.... 16.00 30.00 13.50 12.50 13.50 18.50 15.00 ,. 16.50 12.00 2450 10.75 9.75 11.00 14.75 11.75 llai ' W. S. FISH KY. tan'-'- .Ky 1850 1525 STANFORD, PHONE 200 Fall And Winttr Suiting .GEORGE H. FARRI8. Keraember the name take no other. Stanord, Ky. mfc:' oLBHIIIIIIIIIIIIIH COTTONSEED MEAL HANDLE THE BEST MEAL MADE AND CAN NAME A DELIVERED PRICE ON ANY QUANTITY, ANY PLACE. WILLIAM A. BURNETT, .BOURBON STOCK YARDS. LOUISVILLE, KY. 3Ceiitucky AgencT for Owl Brand. Established 1901. I " A F W& sm fAjV a"- sW AND HIDES HIGHEST for Wsel on ( oeauoal ?2 runs ass kises Csnalsslon. Writs lor this ad. MARKET PRICE PAID pries- - sHKjsJ3VlEr V & JOHN WHITE & CO. SSSSSSSa.w J..v wm sn& -- fTM r 1 isiiiiiia My new fall and winter samples are now ready for your Inspection. They comprise the bett on the market I can suit any one as to price who tea nts ciotnes mado to order. A salt made to your measure la preferoblo To have to ready made clothes. them made to measure doesn't coet any more than ready made wbess nualltv and fit la aesudaa In and lot mm tax io 1L C Raiiey. ta Praotlcal Tailor ssHUHkS la only out of many symptoms fssaaaBasaBaaafr' which tome women en dure through weakness or displacement of the womanly organs. Mrs. Lizzie White o( Memphis, Tcno., wrote Or. K. V. Pierce, as follows t "At times I was hardly able to be on my feet. I believe I had every pain and ache a woman Backache r- could have. Had u very bad case. Internal organs were very much diseased and my back was very weak. I suffered a great deal with nervous headaches, la fact, I suffered all over. This was my condition when I wrote to you for advice. After taking your ' Favorite Prescription" for about three months can say that my health was never better." 4 jmiCRYCHRISTMAS 1010 THE GREATEST OF ALL OIFTS. FRUIT AND SHADE TREES at Christmas, or any other time, Is by good health, This is insured Everything for Orchard Lawn mennH ot sanitary plumbing In your and Qarden. bouse, If you would present your blessing, cele- Write for rreo Catalogue. No. Agenta family with a threefold H. F. HILLENMEYER A SONS. brate Xmas by arranging with W K, Warner nnd Co, for a completo sysLexington, Kentucky. from celtem of rrodern lar to roof. W. K. WARNER, Phone 181. j,L,Beazley&Co., Stanford, Ky. J. C McClary, Untlertaaers and Embalm Also DeaJers in Fur nlture, MatUngs.Kugs. Tbej will exohaoge Furniture for of Stock. Girt .11 Kind TawnaCdJ. Price Right Is a positive cure for weakness and disease of the feminine organism. It allays inflammation, heals ulceration and soothes pain. Tones and builds up the nerves. Do not permit a dishonest dealer to substitute for this medicine which has a record of 40 years of cures. " ty, thank you, I want what I aik for." Dr Plre'$ PIuot PtIUU lodua mtU nttunl Uwtl mortcmnl oo.e day. Dr. Pierce's Favorite Prescription . CARTER, New Llvorv. Street, DotPhone oe. . " OR SACE'PRIVATELY My farm of 105 acres near May. nod, Ky. Good Improvements, all urcesAary outbuildings, will watered For the MostAttr active and Useful Christmas Gifts go to Penny's Drug Store UnfJMtakr nwiiwi TTeMrtiVel(eHaiM en. 4d good, ! 6M orchard. WW.E-RTS- . TANrour, an -Imbimtr icv. TANHIRD. - ktCNTUCKY War"" ". in tim islrieiiWM m us ' is 11 Lx in 11 rj WiSsrMVJSSti tv.). JlSstfa.lsti sfciawWsUftWftCle-- j r KIII0AY, DKCKMIIKIl !, 1U10, THE STANFORD, KENTUCKY INTERIOR JOURNAL. PAUB TH - C - jt rT 'ttl yrMTfi J'r:a Christmas WilIB e On Top Of You Before you know it. Don't among those who put buying be off " Let no ono forget to patronlte the Clftui In th window ot Nothing" Ado About & Colcinan, nlto the Xmad play, "Much Itcsencd seats on inle at HhugarTS tree. Mako It and Tanner's drug store the social ctent ot the holidays, Pictures. flo to Rowland for i?ood find cheap picture only CO cent per OF.T THE GENUINE ALWAY8 dozen. Frnnk C'ordler. A substitute Is a dangerous make-si'Hespecially In medicine. The gci,'ilnr Foley's Honey nd Tar cures 'the nicest lino of china ware In coughs ind coldi quickly nnd Is In n trmn Ht (leorge II. Karris'. "ollow package. Accept no substiBee Coffo) Sntn How To Get Your Mon- 3 lt ey's Worth: && r. . "4 V&M V. aiiRiwwto iI until thclas 111:1:1 Wc are offering rrnny attrac (ions to Christmas buyers. tutes. Cloaks, Suits, Skirts, Furs And Waists V . 4 Are going at Cut Prices. Save yourself some Christmas money by buying a cloak or suit at Cut Prices. t' Such We have many useful articles I as Handkerchiefs, Gloves, Suspendersf Hosiery, ed-roo- ,i r W t t m Slippers, Auto Scarfs, Phoenix Muf- - It's mighty cold, drlvlnie now. See A treat will be Riven nt tho Methoour lino line of lap robe, storm fronts, carriage heaters nrd coal. J. dist Sunday chool next Sunday 'norn In. I.vervonr on the mil Is urged to C. McClary. he rvnt, nnd everybody else thai will .n Sunday night the Sunday Just the. thing tor Christmas Kilts. school will have n Christmas acrvlcq. Ucorgo II. Farrli.'. Thnt china at lluy your Christmas ribbon from onderlntj wnat to give for Miss F.lla May Saunders. You rot You'ro Christinas. Come to Muellor'n. We'vo the in at cost. got Just what you want. HMs for tho surplus milk of tho be 'J'hcres nothing nicer for a Christ-ma- Stanford Creamery will by received noon January 2nd, It. J. present than a picture. See our until Secretary. sell them. line nnd how reasonably J. ! Iieatley & Co. Miss Kute Hlaln has been appoint ed ItegUtrr of Vital Statistics for the "Much .do About Something" will West Knd Magisterial district. tie nlrlght for those who attend the pity nt Walton's opera houso next lo you own a hnrd rubier Hyoincl Tuesday December, 27th at 8 o'clock. InhaUr7 Then (J. I Penny will sell Hyomel Spenrs Fischer, of cnib Orchard, you afluseparate bottle of Hyomel for cents. Ureathp nnd Wednesday looking lor n only was get rid of catarrh It Is guaranteed tileo little farm to rent on shares for nojit year. Make your wife happy Xmas with nice of lor Sale. HmaM stock two dry goods one ot our Co. furnlturL. sets. J. U Uertxley & lite notions, groceries, and Ilox HI Address. J. II. It. candy, You want good Christmas Crab Orchard Ky. nuts nnd fruits nt low price). Seo our yoi buy. notion In big stock before Headquarters for Santa Clnu Stanford. Flno candies, fntlta, nuts Campbell. and Christmas toys of all description Yot know as well as anyon,, when at prices that will make you open you nedd something to regttlato your your eyes. J. D. Horton. If your bowel aro sluggish your food distresses you, your Kin- Fverv hat. trimmed and untrlmmed. ncys pain, take Holllsler's hocky golni; at cohL Wo hae to do this to Mountain Tea. It always relieves, nt cents, tea of tablets. uake room or spring goons. s h'-roli-tie- ' '.. jnr-f- f.S &38t, . - 'rt , J? If and his money soon part," says Judge Wise, "but a wise man buys his Xmas presents from t4A fool the following list of useful articles at CummlBS & ' wcaren's rillB May Baunucrs .is fie Baskets, .Linen Goods, Towels, Pillow i 9 Tops, Etc. L SEVERANCE STANFORD, HpecUl fountain pens for school use 7b ctDU, 1 and 11.26 t Penny's Drug Btore. & SON, McAlister. - KENTUCKY. McClary 'Ine v'lty Council nas authorized Art pictures make nlco Christmas the Chief of Police to appoint six tho Sacray jdeptfJes during Chtislmns to prevent presents. Sco them at studio, SUnford. me ue oi ureworxs oi an Kinus. Notlo Is hereby given that the law Of the bust- - will be strictly enforced. .' U. D. Carllont lln nrrnunt 82-- 4 a nlco ter, Chief of Police. with dim I will rent my store kitchen nnd dwelling of four rooms hall and front porcn ann a una cis- -. Wanted. Everyone to come and a ih iinnr. a rood barn fine all necessary outbuildings I pay mo, the doctor. Cannot live on garden and will rent at a bargain at Hartwell, Ky water, fresh air sunshlno and snow CTisey county. A fine place for bust-los- nnd clothe myself with climate. Fig Call on or writ te- J. W. Dad-pe- leaves are out of style. M. D. StanKIdd'S Store. & Son. ford s. tt - tets. 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 to $20 SUSPENDERS 25 to $2 GLOVES 10c to $5 SILK HOSE 50c to $2 CVER COATS $2 to $25 SHIRTS 25c to $2.50 SWEATERS 50c to $3 COLLAR BOXES $1 to $2.50 MENS1 BELTS 25c to $2 HANDKERCHIEFS, Large assort. ment.. Ladles shoes In Velvet, Suede or Patent, Cuff Links, Scarf Pins, or Mufflers In New Design.... 25c to 3r $3- - PERSONALS. POPULAR, PROMINENT YOUNG COUPLE QUIETLY WED. 'lay Channel), of the Sophis In quite Ul ltt pneumonia. Cnpt. and Mr. Joe Lnn Coffey, Frankfort lor uio at home from Christmas reHunan Fisher Woods ha Ml? turned from a pleasant vWlt to Mrs. K. II. Putnam nt Ibanon. Her Hout lelt this we-- k to spend tn holidays with friends In LouisneiRh-torlioo- i I 'l ' i I t "' I Itev .1 II. Livingston closed n SO Itestaurant, bakery, soda years' pnstornte at the Goshen Chrisduring which Mary liyrd (livens came f&untnln etc. living loom above. A tian church last Sundaynoble work In Alls he has done a from Mlddlesboro to attend thu good stand and splendid business, time Master's vineyard. As a token ot don of her louuln Mrs. J. L. Heaz-le111,, lunurnl Tne plate Is wull furnished and tho llulr appreciation the membership SHORT LOCAL NEWS Isst week. ttock of groceries cigars etc., are now T,r.nntA him with n fine baptismal Misses I.uclte nnd Clara Cooper aro continue his This Is n good chance for some ono suit-- Hev. Livingston will Kings MounNew York to spond Christ homo from work, nt the Mt. Horeb, Ktlrzuid fronts at W- II. lllgglns. to make good money For further mas. The Goshen tain nnd other po-- t. reticulars seo L. K. Hughes or V L church has not yet called a new pasileorge I). Hopper, Jr.. Is borne Itoon s for rent. K. K. P.iltursnn tf McCnry, Stanford, Ky, irom Central University tor the holi tor. days - ll..Ah .llAnil .. . a ... t niAlmi. ..Ill nMn.iti fit 1... Diamond Cuff Buttons To reduco Watches, Jewelry, cut glass, solid M. my stock of diamond cuff buttons, 1 ed "the political meeting at Louisville Logan's Creek Dext Sundaj at 3 Muellers'. --per cent on slhcr otc at will give ;i discount of 20 '1 uurdny. W. II. Mueller, Stanford. '.be, topic at the Metbodlst church them. Substantial Christmas hi cents, W. Hev It H Maboncy. ot Allensvllle, Totld county, has Joined his daughter, Sundaj morning will be "The Habe ot A. Tribble'!. A BARGAIN. The pastor extends n Miss Marie and Virginia Muhoney, j UttJ.loUem," corJinl invitation to the public. 76 1 1 acres of land in Lincoln counkTs lor a wecH or so. A DREADFUL WOUND, ty. About 45 acres of fine tobacco nxo, Mrs K C Mocker and children from a knire, gun. tin can. rusty nail 14 acres of fine bottom county land, and Krrh C4kc to day and Friday. any othor nature, with her parents In Madison land. (lood tobacco barn 34x4818 lirewcrks or ji Hlgqlns. prompt trentmont with lor the. Christmas holidays. eave. This barn Is new. Othfeet to . Arnica Salve to prevent blood Miss Uerta Jenn Penny went over) er buildings aro old. Good chance for gangrene It's the quickest light behind the court house tomeone to make money. Prlco 3,500 poison or The moneOap. V for nil such wounds as See L. It. Hughes or W. U MrCarty.' surest healer a loL tilso for burns, bolls, sores, eruptions Is the nttractlto Ruest of Miss, clock nt night helps eczema, chapped hands corns or Piles ittie Ma., Mcllobers. ot tio West. For Salt 10 shares or Hustonvlllo 25 cents at t'enny a invrn owm. Mrs. Jcserh Hocker. Wednesday National Dank stock. Apply at this Knd, took the train here to ,r,nd the winter with her djUR'""! office. Mrs. Annie McKlnney ot iviin. W. O. Speed accompanied hur A WOMAN'8 GREAT IDEA, hero nnd saw her off is how to make herself attractive. Hut Mr. and Mrs. HIM Spnlding ana yt without health, it is hard lor her to Hnaldlm; will leave triday CI be lovely In face, form or temper. A aurtsi-n.a- s nliiht for Lebanon to spena weak, sickly womnn will bo nervous parents Mr and Mr. with their mid Irritable. Constipation and KidMr anu in. Hnaldlne Uenedlct ney poisons show In pimples, blotches go to Hustonvllie Hpnldlng will then skin eruptions and n wretched to visit Pr. Kdward Alcorn and famHut Klectrlc Hitters always returning days ily for a tw provo n godsend to women who want villa Post. tioi..e.louls health, beauty and friends. They MU4 Josephine Hocker s homo for Stomat li, Ltver and kidneys, Lexington whero ;md purliy tne blood; give strong ner the holidays from 11. hi - - it a A. degree lit es, bright eyes, pjre breath, smooth jho Is taking tho S22V-s-- w University. comploxlon, goci Transylvania elvety skin, lovely arriv-i- d BETSY'S POINTERSr Lealth. Try them 60 cents at Penny's I. M. Fiwle, of New Orleuns, holidays Drug Store. bho's a clover woman who pays ai Thursday to spend tm iiiUth attention to tho dressing or her with th0 home lolks. Wanted to rent it house of 4 or t figure, neither should The members of the Slunlord Dance rooms In Stanford or vicinity. Apply table as her Club are preparing for an enjoyublo bo slighted. In regard to groceries I to A, C. Connett, Logan avenue. tot CtirMnios hop on tho evening find ccmpMu satisfaction Ui having prosram iWmber 30lh. It will b aorchestru. k e pt'th E 1i IN gath" 0 M E my noeds attended to by Co r ley aud and the Krnnkfort danc "For the past year w0 have kept tho Coleman. which bus the reputation cf being ono will King ot all laxatives Ur. King's New of tho very best in the stute, ftmyml Ormtm Life rillslnour homo and they have We nave all kinds cf fruits nuts, ot make the music. A lurg.i number bo iMMfe proved tv blessing to oil our family." and c&ndles for Xmas, belles and beaux nrp exacted to v, rites Paul Mathulka, ot Buffalo N. COrFEY dL COLEMAN. Stanford dances for the the" Y. but sure remedy for all Phone 185 Prompt Dtlvei7 I'lue Onus all oer 4ti fumous the beaty U.0the gtrls and stomach, liver and kidney troubles. oi country lor Drug Store. Only SS cents at Penny's itto jallantry ot the ywin men. ville. Mr. G W. Martin wife and baby ot Uvlngfcton ar0 the guests ot hU tallier Mr Hen Martin and family , U Howlund. MMs Catherine Muipny will return week tome irom llourbon College this many much to inn delight ot her friends. Joseph I! McAlister, jr., and Mrs. Catherine It. .McClary riv queuy married at the home of tho brldo's parents. .Mr. nnd Mrs. M. S. liaughman Tuesday and nre now enjoying their honeymoon In Washington, I) C. The popular young eouplt took but few Into their confidence as to tho date of their wedding, wishing to hne th1 ceremony an quiet as possible, and c provtnt Rhe secret leaking out Mr. MeAIIter went to Danville nnd M'ourvd bh license and brought over Itev. II. C. Onrrison who said the words which made them one. Only the Immediate relatives oi thu contracting rulr were prusent Mrs. McAlister Is tho eldest dnugn ter of Mr nnd Mrs llaughmnn, while Mr McAlister Is one or tne most prom Inent yoeng farmers In the county lloth ar very popular nnd their host of friends will wish them every hnp plnesri In their wedded lite All unpaid accounts or the Huston THI vllle Holler Mill Co., not paid by the Theru's no better candy for Christ- - 1st ot January will be put into the CSpt n hnr for ma ihfln Altprmfln hands of an attorney for collection our girl at tho New Stanford Drug This means everybody. 82-t;0. 0:i. TO OUR LNCOLN FRIENDS. Hownrd CAtnnltz last week sent Vou have a special invitation to to fighting bull-doholiday line, llledsoe U.illc). The animal Is said inspect our Christmas nnd fut Olass. tc hae won eight flgKs Ho weighs consisting of Ivgry Art work. Arts Lowney's 41 pounds. Is a brlndle and Is about Crafts ware. toys In fact, anything you lb,, upllest and meanest looking dog candles, old or present saw, nnd Is Just as mean may want for a save you for miono money. young. We can i m he looks. This makes only 8 Evans, Reynolds llledsoe has In his kennels now. Junction City. Ky. Denbatn. 2 g Fresh supply of tbio, good Hex coal E. H. lti cents delivered. W. S. $ && $&&&&&. MARJM&.OTHEB WARNING! STORE IS THE HOME OF HART SCHAFFNER I Men's i I eer bull-dog- . II. M Hcrndnn of Oram county and Miss Lucy Pulllam. or Hoyle county JiiKt over th Lincoln line were qutei-i- y married In Lexington Tuesday. Thu groom until recently resided In the Shelb.. I lty section and ts a most His brnie is n facvlfcct ciilzmi K)pular )oung lady and has a t wide circle or friends. Mr. anu ilernd"ii will make their future nomr 11 tirant county. IVr Snlo. As executrix of the estate of Miss Jthoda Limsford. I will on court day at 1 o'clock P. M.. JANl'AHY 9th 19U sell the following btnk stock: 27 I Neckwear thnrcs FlrU National Bank; 2 shares In I lncoln County National Itank and 8 sharrs in the State Bank k Trust Co., of Starrord Kv 2 MATTIE V. KHinY. Ex"x. 84-- y We are showing a I large assortment for the holidays. W.' - R- PRRfCTNS - www i- 1 1 CRAB ORCHARD, KENTUCKY ' M I liSHIMHitaMi L R. Hughes SUGG-BSTION- am T. V. Humble W. O. Martb Hue-len- 's S X FOR THAT XMAS GIFT. Umbrellas Collar and Cuff Boxes ftm frm com-plxlo- be-or- te &AKlH3 Absolutely Pure x- PI Fancy Jabots Black Silk Hose Colored Silk Hose Suit Cases New Velvet Hoard B ags Belts Silk and Wool Scarfs Combs and Barrettes Toys Galore Collars UP-TO-DA- TE ANBANYTHING YOU WANT IN DRY POWDER GOODS, SHOES, ETC. NOTIONS, HUGHES, MARTIN & CO., L, .Dry Goods, Notions, Shoes STANFORD, KENTUCKY K5---- v' -- JM,"8,i'i -- Y ,l'r " 'V TAUK FOUK, THE STANFORD. KENT UCKY INTERIOR JOURNAI THE FARMERS at J Car or Owl Urand Cotton Heed Meat II. Uaughman & Co. l'rlco 132 85-per ton. There enme (o mv ptnee on Orcen river noar Jumbo one male hog about f months old. Mack with sandy snots weight when he came to place 40 pounds. Owner can Ret samo for paying for his keep and other charges. I log has been In tr.y possession since Alien wurpny, Heptrmber last. Htrnv hog at my place. Owner can get same ry paying for this notice and keep, Jas, MeKser Write For rert 100 arr larm Thompson llros., King's Mountain, Ky l.ot,--nc- d steer, weighing about 776 puiids, nub horns. Iteward for return to James Yowell. llustonvllle, having sold the St. Asaph hotel we hae lor sale cheap five nice Jerseycows, pood milkers; also three twoyear-oland t yearling Jcreey heir-eralt fu'l blooded and tine stock. . Karris and Hardin. Stanford. Ioxt. 2 boar shoots, black, left ears cropped, weight about 40 pounds Ubernl reward, N. V. riowlo Stan2 a. fJ-7- ,KltUAV;OKCKMUKR JM.jiKJO. I. That Xmas Gift. I ! -- J. C. DAVIS BOOK'R A ASST, SEC. A. We have everything that would make a heart glad. $1.50 Ties from 25c to Scarfs,, 25c to $2.50 Phoenix Muffllers 50c to $1.50 $2.00 Silk Sox 5c to $2.50 at itowlandAdams liashis and farm Shirts, 25c to possession. $8.50 Pr one set Suit Oases, 75c to - harness harness. hand sets $1.00 John exchange Suspenders, 10c to corn or hog. get Coat Sweaters, 25c to - $3.50 came to sorrel mar,. this hands high paying for notice tame Cedar Silk Handkerchiefs 25c ancfc50c herJe J shoats to cents, nlin Carpenter nt barrel, Josh We also have the World's stan- (lurrnni nt corn toJohn Jones, tvi Sowders dard Clothing "Griffon" brand. at cents. llrovn at delivered. lor cent. at Fancy Vests Odd Trousers, Rainllrcs., nt coats, Overcoats, and Cravenettes ballard tf shoata to (leorge The Crossett Shoe and Stetson nt r cents your kidney Keinembcr that danger ure itrccted, your life Hats. says: Rochester. a sharp 1 People's Tobacco Warehouse Company. an WJJBFWVCTVFJ INCORPORATED. T" r 4 For The Sale of Loose Leaf Tobacc0 PERYVILLE - u. ford. N 21 aero W. Fowle sold to W. II. Adams ror 11,500 cash. Mr. Cli moved Ink ST, 1 BLOCK FROM Q 4 C. DEPOT. -- -- Snle One new Old Hickory wagon, new of wagon or buggy 2 second Will for hog . Cook. THE LARGEST AND BEST EQUIPPED HOUSE FOR LOOSE LEAF TOBACCO IN THE BURLEY 1.1 Aged my place. Owner can SHELand DITRICT SOUTH OF THE KENTUCKY RIVER AND THE ONLY HOUSE OF STEEL CONSTRUCION. by Creek, TER FOR 50 LOADED WAGONS AND STALLS FOR ONE HUNDRED HORSES. keep. P Rogers, sr-;- , 0 P.rown o!d somo 7 vvowlson 0 of of It. Illgsby S2.R0. of bou?ht some 7 2 Arch I) Htevens sold WC OFFER THE BEST POSSIBLE FACILITIES FOR SELLING LOOSE LEAF TOBACCO AND II. sold somo corn to It C Whi- t- sold S2.:'. WITH OUR SPLENDIDLY LIGHTED HOUSE IT WILL PAY YOU TO COME AND SEE US BEFORE MAK fi Danville hU tnlinccn J. i Hallnnl iHiught s:: $7.60. fliom. of Kennedy ING ANY ARRANGEMENTS FOR DISPOSING OF YOUR TOBACCO. and Thompson sold 85-9- DANVILLE, KENTUCKY. Free Stables and Free Insurance. 1 O. H'wouc-iroi- e Sam Robinson, M ;M- - Fresh Oysters SERVED IN ANY STYLE. THE PEST fU Carstn's in twm nr Rcslaaratt "cap. Ir W. A. CARSON, WE PAY HIGHEST CASH PRICE For All Kinds or HI DCS AND ' , FURS WANTED NOW. LAND & BUCHANAN atantord. Ky. Farm Produce I in Has his headquarters at otuv store this week. Come to see him. L. L. SANDERS, Crab Orchard, Kentucky. Jjalu, Uke liollinlcT's Itoekv Mountain This farm contains 110 acres, ot nt Tea It always reliever .15 cent, 7r-- acres of good tobneco land te.7or tablet at Hhugars nnd Tinner i two good dwelling hotiieti, 1 house and halt and good out build Ingi. 1 good tobacco barn, which will hold IS acre ot tobacco, good K'i:7. POSTED rc Mmns orchard of S'.O trees of best fruit such as apples peaches, penrs and ch rrlen; good borl Sam ltc)nolds, or Crab Orchnrd, well Wl feet deep, stands IS feet of (Tbe hunting scai.ua Is upon us and Preachersville. lost u alu.ible cow, which got her water, on,, houxe with threo rooms thigh broken and oiitbulldlngH ami well and orch- nearly everyone wants to post his ard of same number ot trees and place. The charge Is M cents cash Robert White will go to Paris next Kime kind ot fruit. witii name.) week to visit Ma sUler, airs, esse Tiili farm lies about mile and hntf K. H. Dcnhain T A. Itlce Tntylor. .' V bouth ot McKlnney. nbout one mile J. W. Hugbcs. M. J. Hotfmaa Rev Pierce IlrynntA win prencn i from railroad nnd school, 2f. acres of, M. t jwrence J if. Acton Uii fcerinon at tbeAisaptist church cieareu iana rcuiay lor touacco nnu J. 3. Harris J W. Uaughman on Christmas mornii) u0 nas exfive acres in timothy meadow. pressed V'red Dau'UJUiii. iWW..id resign his pasDaMd Steieut This is tbe the cneapest farm In torate here. He has been n model H. H. Uaughman, Lincoln county at the price. J It. Haughman pastor and the brethren will regret Stands supreme under C. R. BRAWNER, McKlnney, Ky, Ncvln Carter O'tianron & Campbell to loaij him. Feel, seFrank Cordler every test. Will qordler A3 .Mrs. John Hell and sister. Miss NO SYMPATHY FOR THE RIDER Nayior. were on their way to M II. Ij tie. Christ Jacob. keep Go wans in cure, I he home of the former, near Uosben, Dr. J. C Carpentr. vames Smith. or driver who buys poor harness Is ou dav.List week, they captured on the home. Gowans alMrs. attl White. V. It Dsugherty. necessary. When honestly made and opossum. It was crossing the hl?h-wa- y H. C. Andsrsoa John II, Uooch ways conquers Group and the ladles thought It would guaranteed harness can be bought Having sold my farm preparn'orj A- - r Tmyloc, D. M. Aadersoa u cunning pet and gaVe chate. 1 will on hero so reasonably It is a man's own make ana Pneumonia and to going J. A. Totter J. H. Thompson A light tap on the cranium or th. Thursday D;cember, 29th 1910 O P. Newland. fault if he tikes the rHk or buying Air. 'rosai-J H. Outle to stun him was more your doctor assents. bt 10 o'clock a. m.. dispone ot tbu folK. Curtis from, ar mall order catalogue. Profit than he could stand and keeling over Harris c Woods. lowing prfonal property: Gown$ Preparation wna utnl on MM MaUje II. Hewos. by others' experience and buy your (ildn't have to play dead! It Is a 1 good work horse 1 extra brond ehihi vehto it was titiiptraUly u fact thnt one of the martnf (Jus Oetsil John t Carter, harness at tome. mare. Is a good worker, 1 HtudrHakr ill with PniutDooU. Imm1iatlj supial quadrupeds truy have evrv Kred VonOruenlgan.J. J. Klliott wagon almost new, 1 good buggy, 1 after th bacomt ufplieathii mjr oone in them broken and then, recov C. MoCLARY, Stanford. A. Klalbasa, Jocob Gander. milk cow, a good one. 2 fat hogs, will ph.rairUn called and (Imlitig to er ana get away. weigh about 200 pounds each, about Misses Sallle and Bettle Carter. Strut An improvement ordered its Mr. ind Mrs. W P. Whit are with P. W. Carter. J. II. Carter, h The chihl recover! continuance. chickens. 18 bushels of Irish poJ. M. Cress and wire. Trio,, have aban K. H. Hatfield L. 8. Garner. rapidly. a.J.HWKLK,Dmteiet, tatoes, 8 or ten barrels of corn, few Uoned the idea ot going to Arlzora. if 34 East St. Allrgheo.v, I'u. larmlag lmplemcnti.all neayy new Jaa M Carter, Br. Mrs. It. L. William air, und.Mrs.Jon I. --Anderson and household and., kitchen furniture, in- ' H. C Ilaughraan, A J Joansoa, little daughter. Mis Victoria are at HAVE IT IM THE H8ME IHT cluding new cooking stove, etc. Will P. W. Carter. Hoimkcr. Va., as (meats of Rev. T. II. J. Peat. also sell nbout '.000 pounds ot tobacco C M Allen. All Dr.Ol.l. SI. 30. 23. 'inornton and family. Mrs. Timothy If not disponed of before, sowar at mcALCOjk ousmmi. n. c. Nnylor Is much ette. Mrs. II. 1L Carpenter T. W. HUTCHISON, Ml S.irah Howard and Kmmu Iuriitit4. wl auif nfiW kf r St(tl GHoert's Creek. Ky. T - Baughman, iloitr.clnw, the teacher of the llobbs and Prfachersville sthnolrf reapcctlvc ly. will hav,. a Joint entertainment at I hi Methodist church here Uirltmas Ke A I'hrlstmns tree in connection. Messrs. J T Klgiby. Thoi. LunBford. Willie C White and M. O Kennedy were thB committee to procure the tree, orect stsee etc. A nice time Is anticipated. MestTH J. Willlnin-i- . I.evl Honders, I'. I Williams, K. I Thompson, et al attended an I. O. O. K., meeting at luincaster. Arch I). Htoveiis caught a largo red for ou his itirin on Htlngy Creek. Miss ltelieca Williams who Is teach ing In the school for' deaf at Knox Mile, will spend the holidays with her iruyiiU, Air. and Mrs J'.hn William. " Stanford, Ky CINCINNATI MARKET CARE1 when Is In Cincinnati. (). Dec .S - tattle 33.1; market nctle and strong; M NY Mayer, "M trouble started wltn llhlr-- higher- - talr to good shipper-common (.hooting pain over mv back which I2.ri0iu.7i: grew worse dully 1 felt sluggish ana llos Iteoelpls 3,7i- - market active tlicd my kidney action was Irregular toy lie higher: butchers and ship-l-e- r common 7 8"Jt 7.""; nud lrfrequent- - I started using Foley's l5M7.t'd. Kidney Pills. Each dose seemed to htei Receipts market actle ljmbs P- -t higter, Hie and strength Into me Tv1iI-nore higher, j:i 7f add new I am completely cured and Mnrk- - strong, lew feel better atil stronger ttan for years. ! 1- -' TAKE 'arm For Sal e. Or will und tako the illlfertnce s ton kno as welt n anyone when jou need something to reguhte your svstem. if yojr (KiweU are sluggUh, trade lor small property twr frvt distresses you, )our kidneys foul-io)ii- c -- King of Externals GOWANS PUBLIC SALE! (, n J 1- We Cordially Invite You To Sell Your Tobacco With Us. a We Want lurkeys H. B. Northcott. STOCKHOLDERS' MEETING A meeting ot the stockholders of the Nutloiml Dank of Hustoavllte will b held at their banking bouse lu Hustouville the second Tuesday In Januaiy, Hill between 9 and - A M., for the purpose of electing directors to s.ervo tnc ensuing ear. J. W.Hoeker, Cashier MEETING. STOCKHOLDERS' moetlnB or the stockholders of thn Kirst National Bank ot Stanrord, will be be.d nt their banking bouse A As usual, we topped the market Monday at $17. MEETNIC STOCKHOLDERS' A meeting of the stockholders f (Uo Lincoln County National Hank of we are having Jn the building line. Stanford will be held at their bank-- , ' Janu- econdNTiiesday carry a full line, ot lime, piaster..' Ing uouse the tho n7.rr,.0 Ar la 181, ,or eiectlnK cement and everything eUe needed directors for the ensuing year. w. m. srignt, tor building, Ker thing purchased 1 PHONB153. MEETING STOCKHOLDER'S bere will be found ot tbe best qualiA meeting of the stocktibldcn rt ty and the best for intended purposes. FOR RENT OR SALEI iho Crnb Orchard llankln;; Company '..wjll save you trouble a uiwite will bo held at tbe banking houte at coauinlng sarr expense by sending teiuCsr My place at Mlltedgevlllc Crnb Orchard tbe second Tue.day 0 lu January, 1911 between a ind lU about 30 acres, four for tobacco grain or corn; good Mtlpate. (a small A. M., for tbe purpose ot electing )Hcrc totnicco bars oa It, directors to serve the ensuing year. wS SJJMbBsSa P9SSVffnV sJ. C. BalMy, 9. . OWSLEY. 13 jfeat'ii'i?"-i,t9i'iiiww''j-wi'Mij,??ar STIRRING TIMES. Bring them in at once and we will pay you the highest Market Prices. the sectnd Tuesday in January 1911 for the purposo of electing directors lor tho ensuing year H. C.Baughman, Cashier We sold over 200,000 pounds last week with a better average than Lexington and the bist average of any house in Danville. The best lighted house in Kentucky and an experienced Auctioneer always tells the story. Daavilto Tobacco Wartfcw (rNC9fAT,tfc) i t.K!! Tudor. Mgr. ' bal-BG- u Conpaiy. '- -. ,,n ' T" irjucco ,WBt $ lit -.- - ifiJCa.e isorrTB, r'.5g?CTJ'irg2L"r'ti Clff win sjifcm 'i) iujBwViiiiiii..'iiu....;ijwii; - k