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LINCOLN ,.: No. St. COUNT, HKNTUCKY, 11 UI)AV, DKCHMUEIl 27th, 1'JIO DEMOCRATS TO HOLD CIHI READERS SIX COUPLES VERY . FORMER LINCOLN GIRL NOW A DUCHESS Hustonville. un-Je- POPULAR YOUNG MAN SURPRISED FRIENDS -- STA1E PRIMARY K TO ThE INTERIOR JOURNAL JOYFUL ON XMAS CANDIDATE FOR GOVERNOR AND OTHER OFFICES TO BE NAMED BY THE PEO- PLE. g p d rolloKiiiK Its umnj custom, there will bo no Interior Jour- nal Issued on n xl Friday, HOLIDAY" USUAL HAPPINES8S DY WEDDED AUGMENTED DLISS. Hlx younK couples souRht Christ' inns lmpplnes In tbp bllsHtnl bonds ot wedlock JuNt he lore ye happy ent, maklnR the occnslon Yuletldn when qveryonc 1b supposed to be hnp-poartlcittarly Joyful occasion for a At 11 meeting of thi Democrat!; State KxecutHo Committee held In IajuIsWII,, on last Thursday, a call vw ,Uaowt for a primary fifr th. Mtrnlnition ot candidates for etuto .'fk-i- , said' primary to be held on May 27th Tbe cull status that Urn primary shall be fair for ovcry canal-4'iUand provides that the cunnty onimtttp-- t shp.l niimc the olectir.i iflicerii, but If any candidate feels that Iw u alighted, bo mny obtain re-- lr from, the State Executive Com nlUee Itself. Messrs. A. 0. Hear, ot ltJMmill0 M. J. Mcagbcr, or Frank, tort and Will A Youn&, or Moreland, ihrco fplcndld democrat, wefe to have as a horgv or arrangements. Csndldaies lor various ofricp np-- . ami be I ore th. commlltPv and In faor of n 4 mt or them ilcclnrcd (invention. Senator Janics II. aIc- - i roarj ssld that ho was willing to HjjTe wmer uui prt'crrvu iu ii.ni ?io qecatton ol the governorship set- 'led directly by the people themselves I'nnirreiMiuan lien Johnson, who Is ,tJlnR quite n reputation tnr eat em-aoepevclips wanlid n convevery badly, probbl being ntraid ntion Vi mist JiU chom.ee to tin people, iirfcnlnifgtbs manlpulallbn or i imcli qf professional politcuus Tp action or the roruroliu-- i to bo u great Melon' fur Mi iciry, Kir It is genjrnli) i.meeded .t.OOb In' tbit.i.it w irrnfier than any "'h.r tan .'idsL., Tor governor. It is belle- el i I bat MelToni) and Johnson hi. only ones to go to the ikwi fir h I'm governorship nomination in In as candfdutes Hear, ddam .ind Hendrick nre too Jlttio knomn f it have ny Hold upon Ui,. jwopl- HI rlinse in tb,. rae, MH'rer in thn nomination b JO.ooo or more lusjoruy and nin for pnernor over wnomtirur tn republicanfc mny ll -i b-- thr H "oth The "lorce will be given tbo opportunity ot enjoying a CTjist H mas holiday; or as much enjoy ment as we can get out of tho m process of Tioln; lhe ofti-rixturtf., machinery, itc , troni the building nhlch has been oc- by th I. J., tor the cunled . ears or so, to past tweut)-flvth " Hopper storeroom on Main street, illreclly across Irom tbo .... I,n... nnrf nml rtnnr In wm tfte postortlce This change of quarter hus m been made necessary b rth0 In e tbem. Miss Murray Melvln Kldd, and KlnR, nxed 22 nnd 18 respectively, younq and and a wupe ,f lhe Wync(lbuJ, Btf,.Uon, se. " cured llcrnre here and wer united In marriage on the 19th at the dome ol U llltam Kldd, tho bride's father. J. L. Cooper and Miss MaRglc Mc vtnorwr. wcru joinea in weuiocus holy bond on the 21st The rroom g a prominent oung man ol the Mc- Klnnye section, while his bride Is the attractive daughter of Mr. nnd Mrs. V WcWhoiter. A host of friends hnpplnt'HH W ilh them OVerY Thrt I m . ...n.., ..,.....,. r. H ..., ,h, mu.v, ..... to tr nom-jnut- ' Tliu people ol th-- i him nnd In n primary talo ort for will rule, ns they should the J6.0U0. -- Ucport or Condldllon of PEOfLES IANK Ken-itick- l.oao and atscounts. ... IWSli 91 6,017 S7 Iu troBJ banks 2,!7f bl Actus! cosh on hand hocks, cash Items and SHi.1 70 for clearing . rvo i: Hecirrd. ... Jwdrftlt oxpenses nnd taxe Current IHrtns tuliwnsfl In tbo town ot Huston .ilo. county ot Lincoln. Slate ot at thJ close ot business on tho ; .in doy of I)eC0Hier, 1110. RESOURCES: pW Ileal eststP. M.H6 3; hMrnl toro and Klxtures. ?4,J30 f8, '"17 t" total LIABILITIES; s'anltal stock paid In. , In Surplus. 12,100 00; Undlvl- 10 VldeJ proflU, l,,.,73 lfi; toUl 3.3;u IVposltH on which JntercBt Is i.ald, 9.i:0 CO; Dcjwslts on whlcn Interest Is not paid, 3;V,b0l 6b. Wl doioHH ..3K.4il tS 51 'f-Hue to bsnks btllfc rcdisc6unted Notes antl otvs and bills rediscounts 10.000 00 Ch S3J0 W ' .itnto o( Keuluek). county ot 1, J. W Hosklns. cashier ot tho bovo uamcU bank, do solemnly swear that, tho uboo btatoment is trim to r toe bett ot my Unov.'lud,eKo und J W. 1IOSK1NB. Cnshiur. J. C llAKlCUlt, V, M. MYEllS. KMMbTr M'COUMAUK, Lin-ir,lbo-jie- lotal IMW 3 fcubHcrlbers como In regu- with that one little larly ' M "wbevl Ulrectors. Tlie'l. I hope trai Subcrlbcd and sworn to beroro mo reader hud a liierty Lhrisunns by J. W. Hosklns this :!4Ui day of and w IshlsJ all n happy Now aK lt& IVcembor 110. My commllon March Ibth 1912, J. 1, OOODE, Notary Public d Vor tho first Umo In tho history ol Kentucky a great state poultry show is to bo held. Hy the elforU of M. O Itankln, Coinpilesfcnor of agriculture, tho Kentucky Poultry Association rnrmed Mime months since and It will Uoldjits Hr aanuol show ot poultry fair at Lexington on January Jtt to .1 next, J'rerotum list and catalr-Kusill bo icady for distribution January 1st. and will be sent to anyone on afftttttkm to tkwsUry nrank U. mt &' -- " MARVELOUS DISCOVERIES nmr tbe w'onderrul progress of tho rSl Alr l(hla on heavy raachir.es Iclegram without wires, tcrrlblo war Z inventions fo kill men nnd that won cr of Wondrp Ur King's New dl-- g to savo life when threaten- l0very WW m eu u' iuurub, wuiuj., iu isni'i", W Yiar mn, croup, bronchitis, hemorrhages hay fever nnd whooplBg cough or lung trouble. Yvj nil bronchial atfectlons It has no equal. It relieves Insbintly, Its tho surest cure. James M. Dlflck HOQ RAISERS AshOTlllO C, It. IL No. 1, writes Are your bogs worth 5 cents per ot cured himN.of an pbstlaaui conga It head 7 W guarantee utter all other remedies failed. 50c Bourbon Hog Cholera Remedy nnd II. A trial bottlo .free, Guarankeep hogs healthy and free from teed by JJenny 8TJrug" Store. to itoy'e 'Jl'."?ur ,a"d MBS one of Lincoln s ponn Lula S an upstairs rocm wan gin nnJ aUfnctlvo dnugbtflrrj were D morn than the ordinary floor H married at Uie home oi K. m tot g supports ieiiPHth U TUIs pnss K trts m Ui ura. In the presence or ....... loved a .. .t.- - W, ,.,k.. ...... i. ai.lriends nndWblte a ones ..ubstantlsl farmer Uoo Z and enable lb 1. J. toB'ot Crab Orchard rcctlon und Mini nry Lutle Cumins, also or tho ens' H conip out in seten column form g a to the page, nnd alioid room for uid nnJ i member of a. prominent married ut the home oi ore midiDR matte, for J'"""- - Pence on Christmas day. H inuth Thomas 5 yiicir in,,ny friends wish them wvnr n R """ pntrons There nre, moreover, a grer.t g tapplnesH. H County Judge llnlley said Iho worrt-- j i m Many othor dladantnges in be . 3 mg an upstairs H ait. obtlous Tb ofrire smart, both ol tho liast Kn'. one, nt the houiie g is haid ut get Ui bj Ihow who H ifce court poputar .SHtiiWny, who ki wlih all "h ire wish U. their uU.criptlons th-- m wishes fo- - con- .ind have rood 5 ..... u.. ... .. . ... ..... m ,...h ... si vu,u. hHpplncsim. .. many ladles and olderlj R' to climb the lung night H H hesltsu Goes to Probate g of ntMlrs, and Hie liolse of on rnglt.es anu jnrnng f f pi ess to B, THO' MADE WAS CONTEST f e has U'eomo uultest-ublK our fiKl imlghbon- bciuw, tl.o H AGAINST MRS. HELM'S WILL. "" National Thn Istncoln County The will of Mrs llurnetta Helm. Hank and Mr Bum Itoblnson. a few tho West jlhe.havo ben unusually pa. ,hu died inwaa ordered Knd probate to us, and we are highly g wpcIm ago. H llent with g appreciative of tbc lortK'nrnnco g bv Judge Hallcy last wetk, alUr n g ibey lme inanlfuau-- in a very g splrttd IcmI contest aver it. Contest g'was made ngalust the probating ot g nnplentuut situation. g The Interior Journal hopes to g the will b Capt. Thomas l Helm, ot g iKsu-- j its next number, January g Pauvlllo und Mrh. OHIO Ttxinnan, g -- rd. lull from Us new quarters, g children of the deceased, who claim-s Us machinery In moved, and g that tbo document did not roako an g things ruunlng properly. It wlU g tflvM and fair distribution olj tbo g Issue an lu.'lLitlon lor IU rend g proport) ot the deceased en and the public In general to lhe oill U.JI the bulk; of Mrs. g pay It a visit on some press g Helm's estate to her son, Snmp Helm, g day. nnd see In operation what g with whom eho had made her home g ta beyo.id doubt the best eiulp- - g for many years, but provided that g ped country newspaper oftlo' g pay to each of her other children, g the sum of J500. Tbo estate lelt bv g in the Bute of Kentucky, g Notwithstanding the fact that g Mrs. Helm Is said to be valued at tho Interior Journal In Ha now g I about g lorui will glv0 four more col gi At a atrial in tho county court last limns of matter each Issue, ond g ..plf r ho case ot Mrs. Walter g regtrdlebs or the cot.t and In - g warren against Kd Hubbard, charged g crease In the price of whlto pn- g ulln aasai,it and batter-- , a Jury nc g rer, and, In Tact. eethlng that g ,j,,med Hubbard In the first g goes Into tht makeup of a news g tr,a, ,he jurv ,u Ucen unablo to g paper, the price of tho interior g n(!rce, ... g Journal will remain at one dol- - gj g lar peryear. WlfUonewifar g YQU MU8T read THIS IF YOU WANT THE BENEFIT. g however, a new ..iul wilt be g t J v Greer. Urecnwood, La., sul.niiirriniiftn .j ....i ii,, i lumbago wltha -mur't Paid for stx.ct.y In ad- - gj When a subscribers rurcC(j to hyriodermlo Injoctlons for g vauoe ttrao expires, he or she wilt be g, relief. These atUicka started with a pan. In the small of the back which nolltely notified, and will Iw ex- tnirly g LJ.h to pay promptly it tho g fcradufll became uttmctd paralysing, to Foleys My aUcJtlo vas g pnper is desired for another g KWney xcmtKly and I am glad to say If payment is not made g mgter using this wonderful wediclno vc.r. 1 si nronutly alter noUllcatlon. tho g livam no longer bothered livsny wajc -- mi' nlrt enumv lumbiu;&." paper wilt bo sloppeu. ine g "r V unpaid subscrlp- - g SCHOOL PLAY AND BOX SUPPER, g groat lObJ on g tlons and tbo Increasing cost of g Tll0 ueView HIRh School at More-inatirUU. innkos such a rule g ,am, wlll gh0 a l))ny nl tne jj w ot g necessar ir the prlco Is to bo g A nU at .jorBlilUt v) oa Tburs kept at l a year There nre g , The Mod- nl u. jjecomber. .Mth g ver. erj low papers In th g prjl NNQOdmBn & 4wrtrlca will Jwvff g statB which issue twice a wiun a l)ox aupl,c. immediately after tho g for Jl a year, but this rate will g 1)lu) h.v(,ryinMly cordluJy InMted. g coiitluuo ror tho 1. J.,.aa long g r .,. nK nnKs new .Mlchlc press, which Is m Ibrgo und su heavy Uiat It Mould be unsafe to plar,. It ,. - no)r Hobert (i "kf' TarUr, a prominent Casey county far- mer and MM ?"ces Herd . Thoy vi-rmarried on the 22d at tbo homo ut the brlden rather (Jeorge V. Heed in thO Oreen river section, and re- colvid tho hearty congratulations ol wide circle or friends. Kt-lle- nn.l unHiiinir a tVflt ft ilnm a well known nnd Kofct-rta- . stor-roo- m. wl-lc- X ... iy -. j" .i, e g' g J vereor - J. g g g g gi g ,.,,.,' J ggHHBHMIBBUB g g g g -- - '.' cents per bad par Cholara, Kill cures Worms, Stlmulat,e tho AppoUt.- Aids Olgestlon and causes bogs to fatten vefy rapWly. This rm4r U'.s4 and eHdorsed by loading hog raisers throughout tbo country. Coaie In avA lot ui tWl you about IL dlsoaso for month. It 6 - Jlrewcrks or any other nature, do wnads prompt treatment with Arnica Bslre to prevent blood polKMi or gangrene. It's the quickest wrest Uealw lor all such wounds as Hue-len- A DREADFUL WOUND, froui a knife, guh, tin can, rusty nal 's ! K Ca IkiirtLH festtijW AAFAsI "" The Yolunttor Sunday school clasi r ol the Christian church here wll'. MR8 PAYNC, NEE TATE, MAR- the management or .Miss Lou RIED TO FRENCH DUKE Cownn glte an old faliion candy pullHER ROMANCE. ing 011 the: evening of December 27. nt ft o'clock P. .M at I .air's hall. Thn city pnpers for tho past several Kveryhody cordially Invited. das have bad lengthy articles con- Tbe receipt for tbe most wonderful cerning th marriage of Airs. Charles ''black cuke" of the age, that Is known Hamilton, formerly Miss Lucy Tata is the eggless, buttcr'.ess and milk-les- s of this city, to tt Duko of Cholseul-J'rnrUwill be sold at the candy pulling In France. Col. W. l. Walton lor the small sum or 10 cents and .xlitor of the Lexington Herald, who satisfaction guaranteed, knew her well, while be reldedshere j For tho past week the numerous aa editor of tho interior Journal, tobacco raisers In this vicinity have writes thlA sketch of the new Duchess .bad the busiest season lor two years in a recent Issue of the Herald. I All day long load alter load comes In The dispatches tell of tho receu from tho several roads to this place. marriage In Europe of Kentuck wo- The past season acreage was large man whoso life has been fuller of but the quality not quite up to last than tb most Imaginative )ear crop. Borne few crops havo been Miss Lucy sold nt last year prices and somo arc ner conceived. Tote, born In Liberty, Casey county is holdinr for more than Is generally of now a Duchess, realllng tbe ambition j fered fie ofrering for tho week ol her girlhood to be a membor of roy jwas abauiJSO.OOO pounds the majority a.ty As n young girl tho wrltxr know lot which was two grades. The better her an a cry handsome, ot splendid grades are being held by many in the und unusuallj bright mind and hope of better prices. great beauty ot manner Her father, A good farm at n big bargain for tlie lale William l'. Tate, who was u , Christmas, n 165 aero farm with 130 r.iurchant accumiilated a good fortune acres tip top river bottom land, and for thnt section and moved to Stan- tbp balance very rich hill land. (J ford, with his only dnughter about loom dwelling, 2 Urge now tobacco tho tin.,, she was budding Into young tarns and one tenant house, close to womnnhood, nnd she hoon became a church and school. Tho prlco and MXilnl favorite. ttrms should sell It quick. Price t'.-i'OBSesied ol much tnudlc tn.'unt, bespeak for Mr. O. H. riowa her fntbnr sent her to Hoslon to 260. W.'lt. Williams &. Co. it, mid sto entered a conserva- tup successor to Mr. S. w. Cornnsn IJuring her stay at the at "tJcneva" a splendid patroruago tory, ttmri "Huo" the became acquainted with in his now Lome. Mr. Floyd is an exMr Chailes Hdrnllton Patae, a man of perienced merchant with a most entluofwnily and a member of u broker- viable reputation, and entirely relia age llnu in that city. It was a case of ble In all his dealings. Ho is a lime Imp at first siRht and alur n reason-ali- tried nnd flro tested goutlemnn. period ol courtsblp they ie mur .Mr. John J Nowell will have a com red In SUnfonl the writer witnessing ptete stock ot groceries in one room ceremony lot his house. Give him a trial anu '.re 'Hie happy couple wen- soou at :mi won't regret IL heiur In Jin I'aint'fc ttnlnual house in I 06 acres of lino Blue Orass land Hcstoi., and Mrs. Paine became a .that lays well and hot tired. Hat; leader of society In that city Mr. 'good improvements nnd In n Hue com IHitm was altns business tuanand TTlhnltr. Irlcditll 'January 1st. ?70 recognizing la those days tho possl ber aero after that date 53 luwest bllltles of tbV cotipr lndustrj, Call W. K. Williams & Co. largSo in"tw-ltthe result 110 acre faira with 4 room dwelllni:' 1 ne water at door, on pike and rural that he became a Yielding to tso desire of h's wife to roue, 50 acres of good tobacco land. gc to Paris to live, Mr1 and Mrs, Paine A big Christmas bargain at $12.50 per went thither and one of the most r.rre. W. It. Williams & Co. 168 :;! acres of fine UIue Grass beautiful lllas was purchased. The were soon sought after by thosc worth land spleudid C room dwelling largo while, and royal people were frequent tobacco barn, o stock barns 125 acres visitors to the magnificent home. in grass at a bargain price. W. K. Threc. girls blessed tho union and Williams &. Co. loto seemed to rill. tbe hearts or the Tbo newspaper talk from Pittsburg couple with continual gladness. that Cumnltz will likely play the com year Mr. Paine had business ing season with the Plrutes Is roL lc this country wbkh required hi DreyfudA is the whole cause of the attention, and be came over. While in trouble and Camnitz Is not the first llopton and sitting at a restaurant ta- man outside of Paducah that Uarney ble where he and his broher had would like to fU'. Cnmnltx will not gone to lunch and while. thti brother be suspended either. Unit your book had gone out to answer a telephone with green bate and Harney is suro to call, be fell forward ontl.e table truce bite. Darney only wants the 11,200 stroke ot apoplexy and was a corpse because Camnitz took the medicine when his brother returned. The blow the physician prescribed for him, ui8 a terrible one to the wife, as ho and not one spoon full of tb0 other. bad left in pertect health, and aa Ho can't fool all ot the people all soon as potslblo she came over to the time. See. this country and saw her loved husband laid away In th: iamily lot in Report of Tne Condition ot Tho lloston. untimely McKiweil Deposit Bank, atortly belorc Mr. Paine's uklng off, he being a groat lancicr ot Doing butlm-a- i In tbe town of McKinnvy, Lincoln county, Ky paintings, bought $200,000 worth of At the cloiu of butlneia Dec IS, 1SIU. them from a man who represented RESOURCES. himstlf us a count, but who really, us $44,163 4A has since been proven, was an Impost Loans and Discounts 6,703 SJti or. who claimed Uint the pictures ho Hun rrom banks 3,185 7'J Hold were tho work of .famous paint- Actual cash on hand...... ers. It wui alterwaids dlac6rpred that Checks, cosh Items and 95 CG exchange for clearing... the paintings were Imitations and Mrs Unsecured.. 1,!92 6.1 I'nlne refused to pay tbo balance due Overdrafts on them. , Tho spurious count brought, Current expenses anditaxes.. lt 12 her and in prdor to Heal estate, 2,5S; furniJuit ture and fixtures, $2,2!-'!- ; boott "his cuufcp made some reflecI,82iiii tions ou .Mrs, Paine, as he thought, total ... she wus unprotected iu a strnnge country. tSluco Mrs. Palnn hus 01.fi76 ;i Total LIABILITIES. the wile ot the Duko or Cholin, .In seul Praslln. tlo scanip will probably Capital stock not bo so forward In making the V15.000 00 cash chnrgpus ho did The trial ot. the Surplus. 2,00O; undivided yesterday, ' ,n 1ar8 2,8Mi .! profits, t!iKti,3'J total CO"' w tlriefjy, this is the history or un Deposits on which Interest though, ambltloui, Casey 35.1S0 2.'. is not paid county, Kentucky, girl, who has fre- Mils payable 3,500 01 quently visited tho lriend ot hvr glrh bood iw this city, Mrs. Leo F. Hulf-uiaTotal Jtit.570 CI A writer with the gilt of mak) HUte of Kentucky. uouniyoi L,iucoin,i an ing fh details more prominent, might . U 11. MclcaUo. cashier of the bave a story Irom which bo would make a novel that would soon become above named bank, do solcinnl) swear a best seller, tor tbe reason that tho, that tho above statement Is true to knowledgo and boiler. stor-- . Is true nod that tho heroine Is a tbo bct of my It. II. MKTCALF. Kvntuckieuno born and bred, with litCashier thought when a girl that hsr life tle Subscribed and sworn to run by IL would prove so ull ot romance and Interest The local flavor has Indue-i- II, MetcaU, this 23d day of Dec, 1910. exports Jan. 23 My commission us to write this, which tells the leal story that has been much distor- 11U2, B. J Tanner, Notary Public K. L. TANNKH, ted by the papers. A brother ot thn J, 8. MUHl'HY, Mr.. Olare,K, Tut. & n rc nov-ells- ti hg-t.r- e e o w-11 0 . 1 TOM NEWLAND OUIETLV Mao. RIED TO MISS ADA WHITE MONDAY AT LOUISVILLE In the presence of a lew intimate: lriends, tho ceremony was said Monday afternon In tho parlore ot tho WHlord Hotrl at J,juiBvllle, which united in the holy bonds of matrimony Mr. Thomas D. Newiand, Jr., of this city and Miss Ada White, ot How. ling Green. Mr N'ewland had kept the approach In? event a proround secret at home and only a few of his most Intimate H ! i&&Q brother-in-laHcvt L. c. Kolley, or Klowoh, Tenn., sold the words which i.nltcd this young pair for life. After n few da) s spent in Louisville, they will return here to mako their home, taking apartments which Mr. New land has already arranged for bis bride on Weat Mnln EtrceL Mr New land Is ono of the best known and most progressive young business met: In Stanford. For attoui (en years he was connected with the linn or Welsb nnd Wiseman in Dan a IIIe, but returned homo jcar ago to assist his lather in the, conduct of their large grocery establishment. Ho Is very popular and will be heartily congratulated on this occasion, for while his bride is known to few people here, she Is said to b very attracts e and a sweetness o. deposition and charm of presence which makes lriends of all who come to know her She will be cordially velcomed to her new home by even- los.i-.tnn- lriends were aware of his approach Int. nuptials. He was accompanied to 'I.oulKvllle by Messrs. Hays Foster and Thurman K. Tudor, who were y.reftnt ni) the happy eventy Hi oie Mr, Helm Right. - DECLARES AGAINST' SPEAKER APPOINTING COMMITTEES. Congressman Harvey Helm return ed homo from Washington Saturday to spend the Christmas holidays. Mr. Helm has been highly commended lecauso ho was ono of the Kentucky members went on record against tho new speaker, who will be Champ, Clark, of Missouri appointing the com luittees of Lhe House. Mr. Helm contended that this has been one ot the abuses which the democrats charged against Speaker Cannon and the regime. He declared that the democrats should begin on tho right lines, by putting the commtttees directly Into the hands of the members. NOTICE OF SALE Lincoln Circuit Court. Geo. Burton etc., Plalntlirs. vs Jos. llurton, etc., Detendants. In obedience to a Judgment rendered in the nbovc styled court and ac tion nt the November term. 1910 tho undersigned commissioner will on Monday, January 9th, 1911. County court day at I o'clock P. M in front of the court house door In Stanford. Ky.. sell nt public outcry to thehlghest and best bidder on a credit of bU months, tbu following described real eitate In Lincoln coun-ty- . "Beginning- - at a stake, corner to Snnce,' Hiram Leo and John Hrlght." W 62 poles to a stake thence H 3 W 2fv In Cover's lino, thence S 73 W polo to n stake, thence N 5 K to Nance's line, thence N 7. beginning, with Nance's line to tho 4 acres containing 'J 3 The purchaser will be required ,to i-n hnrwl with nersonnl security, an. proved by tbo commissioner, th. . ald bend Deivring six per ceiu. Irom date ot sale, having the force ..i .iret nf n IndcnienL nnd further secured bv-- lien on Uie land sold. Tho thnre of Mamie llurton an lnrnnt, will also remain' n lien upon tho land sold until her arrival at 21 years of no, or tho execution or u bond by her guardian. This December 20th 1910. 2 2 2 -iuut-rwi- m $ Ky , 1 J 4 fr GEO. D. FLORENCE, M. C. L. C. C. K. S. ALCORN, Atty. for Piir. n SAFE GUARD FOR MOTHERS. Mrs. D. Gllkson. 326 Ingles Ave., YounKstown. Ohio, gained wisdom by "My little girl had a seexperience. vere told and coughed almost con My sister recommended tinuously. Foloy's Honey and Tar. The first cave her relieved the inllam- dose m.illon tn her throat and after uslug only one bottle her throat and lungs eutlrei) free from inflammation. Since then 1 always keep a bottle or Foloy's Honey and Tnr in th house. Accept no substitutes. Sold by Shu. gars and Tanner. A SIMPLE 1 4 Lueif. VVW4Uj8 acres ot land in Lincoln coun-tAbout 45 acres of fine tobacco land, and 14 acres of ftno bottom land. Good tobacco barn 34x48 IS feet tn eave. This barn U new. Oth er bulldlsii are old. Good cMace for 70 1 A BARGAIN. 2 y 2-- - THE STANFORD. KENTUCKY INTERIOR JOURNAL. RHEUMATISM ui'l'iiii oi uiu voi.uiioii 01 Tl KHIUV, DKCKMIIKH 27tn, Ml- - tno STATE SINK & TRUST GO. ftiE i W ' :. 1: ! STANFORD, KY. Established 1872. CURED BY THE MARVEL OF THE Hank doing bt.lness In town of n. 1 FST CENTURY, D. D. Stnnronl. cwintv or Mnroln, State or 30 YEARS. ED FOR Kentucky, at thr close or business (HELTON 8AUFLEY Publisher 1V10: is the trade, rtlln Join, WKkkI on the 15th day of Aehlnr bones, tl y tT cured thmnnh lit RBSOURCES. CVKRY TUB8DAY AND FIUEAY mark which . .iaj,M." 21 . with nwre Mirtanlcsl IwcrtMttonl. Tti I onus M (Uflrmtr-trrom WanK W rrwa it w mil send wt a is found on .. M3I ..! ArttiDI cash on Hnnd. SjimnU Treatment Free POLITICAL ANNOUNCEMENTS 41 SoeirH ir tpii havp hotte Ddins. wlHtlra or Overdrafts every bottle thr let;, Current ripansea aal taxes shMttnf pain up and For 947 ( hWiIbh bark or nhouWer hfhtlns. JW and rtKtmva.. .. t.ooo as Th Interior Circuit Judge 0 of the nirnllnr dim-Journal Is authorised or nwn'lon len Joint to Mnnonnes Charles A. Hardin as m iiilty In moving nround mi yon harp .Mt onndidate for Circuit .ludaw of to n crutches: blood thin or Mn Total Judicial dUKTUt, at the LIABILITIES. pal; skin Itrhn ami hunts; ilocR Mid in, in election to be held November, Mil. irtiDM bod brrsth. Inmost), gout Ikv Cnpitnl ?2..,(W 0" subject to tho action 'of th Demo- CM41 iinlc Wood llalm '(B. B. B. which rr inevog cvry symptom. Iiuim B. B. I'mllvliled ltmlliH Hi ot the standard Cod Liver rich, tingling flood of lcpolt on whteh Iutrwt B. fornix warm, rich pure blood direct to tlio The poopio mm! hh thi- - irt)fiwlonal is imltl, JB.UOO; doposltH Oil preparation of liralyzcil nerves, bones anil joint?, polltlclnns an- Rolnu to nRino the tu'xt on which Interest is not plvlng warmth nnd strength Jut paid fS34G,7A; world. Nothing equals where It Is needed nnd In this wny Rtncrnor or KonttirU). The action or making a perfect lasting cuic of rhcu 7.64C 34 the Democratic Stnto Kiecutlve tola! deposits matlsm In all its forms. it build up the weak In calllns a primary to nnrae B. B. B, has mode thousands of J63.477 SS Total cures of rheumatism alter all other and wasted bodies of candidates to be voted I, .1. W. llutcheson, cashier of the tho party medicines, liniments nnd doctors nave Inllcd to help or euro. DIUHHUSTS above bank, do solemnly swear that lor next J ear, niiMtiw thnt the man and old. or by express, I I'KR I.AHUK HOT-TL- Uio nbove statement Is truo to the the democracy of the suite considers SKNT KKKK by writing Blooa best of mv knowledge and belief J OR SAI.K l:V ALU DRt'CniSTS J. Y. IIUTCHKSON, the stroi'ROfit to lend them In redeemBalm Co., Atlanta, Ga. Describe your Cashier. trouble and free medical advice givSubscribed and sworn to before me Iiir tho Ftnt0 from rcpublicnnlsm will fenil tor , name of Mp(r and this d for en. Sold by Shugars nnd Tanner. by J V. Ilutcheson, this !Mth day of bo nt tho head or the noxl ante tickour benuliruV barings Bank soil Child's Sketch IVwk l.ath bank ivntslss a Many persons find themselves af Doc.. 1910. Sly commission expires et, nnd not tho ninn whom he txmes lowl Luik Tenny fected with a persistent cough after February 12, 1912.. VM A. CARSON. tl ink thej can handle the best, ... an attack of influenza. As this cough SCOTT A. UOWNE. 409 P.ul St., N. Y. ' Notary luollc can bo promptly cured vy the use of might liovu been the cns0 hail n (1 U PKN'NY. Chamberli.ln's Cough Heraedy, it (?. 1). FLOHKNCK. been called. should not be allowed to run on until J. D. KADS. ,t becomes troublesome. Sold by Pen Senator McCicary whs willine; f Directors iiy's Drus Store. tt'HHt h chnncwi with either a pi' or convention, but his filend i' ml supporters knew the hold Ik im Or a little water from the human system when in the nttection or in democracy of thoroughly tested by the chief chemist at Dr. WHILE YOU CAN tro etnte, and flic question put dirm Tierce's Invalids' Hotel, Buffalo, N. Y., tells the Ij to the poopla. lien Johnron made story of Impoverished blood nervous exhaustion or some kidney trouble. Such examinations are a hi.nl fight lor convention, evident! At These Ridiculously Low made without cost and is only a small part of the ..ir.tld to ro agnlnut tho W.irhorno ot of the stall oi physicians and surgeons under work Prices Mi.dnon betoro tho people. Mr. Johnthe direction of Dr. R. V. Pierce giving the best medical adice possible withtut cost to those son, the great "orRanlzcr" has shot who wish to write and make a full statement of his bolt, nnd while he may ko to thn symptoms. An imitation of natures method of Cost They Go lost In tho primary, he will bo over- Regardless tnrip2 "ist: c! tissue and impoverishment of whelmed by Mcfreary the blood tnd nervous force Is used when you beforo tlw Cash to Close Out take an alterative and glyceric extract ot roots, ih moerncy of the HUtto. It wnH without the use of alcohol, such as sl.nply a case or proroslonal Toll, tlclana agulnst tho People, and tor THE FOLLOWING (8 YOUR LAST once th people are koIhr to havo their way. Which makes the stomach strong, promotes the flow of digestive juices, reAND BEST OPPORTUNITY: stores the lost appetite, makes assimilation perfect, Invigorates the liver and puriSet and enriches the blood. It is the great SO DECEPTIVE and restorative nerve tonic. It makes man strong in body, dctive in mind Single Gun $ 37S and cool in judgment. Get what you ask fori Many S'anford People Fall to Realize Single Gun 6.50 4JS the Seriousness. I1XO Double Gun 13.50 llackache Is so deceptive. Double Gun 16.00 MM It comes and goes keeps vou guess InR. Double Cun 20.00 1830 Learn the cause then cure It. 12X0 Double Cun 1&A0 Nine tlmos out of ten It comes from the kidneys. Double Gun 3000 2450 That's why Itoan's Kidney Mil 10.75 Double Gun 13.50 cure It, Cure every kidney ill from 9.76 Double Gun 12.50 to diabetes. 11X0 Double Gun 13.50 Wo prosent the ollowlng cae as proot Double Gun 18.50 14.75 I ' A Thomas Klkln, Uanvllletrect Double Gun 15X0 11J5 caster, K., says O'ssufcreat manyi .( " years I was a surrerer trom kldno 15.25 Doubel Gun 18.50 s Interior Journal This din t,t Presents Presents Most people are happiest when they are giving and this is the Season for Presents. We offer you a Large, Useful and BEAUTIFUL STOCK to select from. Silk Handkerchiefs, 50c, Silk Sox in beautiful colors, 50c and $1, Silk L i rmicl, J genuine f:,tT Scott's Emulsion - the Com-nltto- e - A Drop of Blood t.ry Suspenders $1 to $2.50, Phoenix mufto flers, 50c and $1, Cuff Buttons 25c to $1.50, Scarf Pins, 50c to $3.50, Ladies young Silk Umbrellas, almost too pretty to use $2.50, $5, $7.50, $10, 12.50 and $15 each. Men's Silk Umbrellas, 3.50 to $10. Leather Suit Cases, $5 to 15, Hand Bags $5 to 12.50, Kid Gloves, $1 to 2, GET YOUR GUN Work Gloves, 25c to 1.50, nice hat, $1 jto 3.50, Stetson hdts $3.50 4, and $5. Look at our beautiful windows and you are sure to bny. 4 H J. McRoberts. FOK SALE! As i nave ueciueu lo go to a warmer climate I will offer my Uttl0 homo for vale, canuiliilng two acres and It, jolcs, comfortable, houno and till recesaary outbuildings, cistern and orchard from 8 to IS years old. Quar tor mile fiom Duddemr's mill on DU riv?r, lour miles vast or Stanford and four miles south of Lancaster, tpply to PHOF. J. D. DATSON, UllberU Creek, Ky of For RETURNED Have just come back from City and have a nice variety of useful and Ornamental Christmas Dr. Pierce's Golden Medical Discovery blood-maker, flesh-build- 5-- KEPT THE KING AT HOME King of all laxatives I)r King's New Lite rills- - inour home nnd they bavo prosed n blessing to nil our family,'' write I'tul Mathulka, or UutfnJo N. Y Kasy. but sure remedy tor all stomach, liver and kidney troubles, 0:il)' L'& ctntti nt I'enny Drug Store. -- Tor the past year P have kept tho back-fiCh- e presents. Call and see our goods. g. b. pruit , Moreland Ky ,-- Ini SLiS w&r, ,.i i Vfcr: Cs Delicious Coffee every Morning and always the same with a Rochester Percolator Popular in Price - Simple to Operate - Easy to Clean SAVES NEARLY HALF because it extracts all of the good of the coffee Ask for our Illustrated Polder: " How to Make Delicious Coffee." had such severe -lnins In th0 small of my back thm 1 was hardly nble to got about. The GEORGE H. FARRIS. fcSSKSM? many remedies 1 used failed to nein Stanord, Ky. saat i j t.utll upon the advice ot n friend. I procurod a box nf Doan's Kidney lilU in a short time alter beginning tholr rse. I imprnted and It was not i.mg, li 'iu nre suffering from bilious until I was retort to perrect hnlth. r.i contlitlon. lm!iHtlon, ohron lor Uio groat change in m condition lc hnadachf. Invest one ont Into a I give Doan's Kidney I'llls the credit nn.t,,i mni i(,n,i ... ihn,.,i.ri.i.,-and I recommend them :is a relmbl I orapanv. l)es Mnlno, Iowa ' Ktdne remedy I'or sale by all dealers Price '.it 'wan oir name and addrs plalnl Co, llullalo, New on tbt. luck, nnd th YOUR NEW YEAR POLICY will rorward I nited . Ycrk. sole ngents for tho u a rrw j,.,mp(. of s Should .nil'Hl. a ri-- I it.. tn pintert " LlM Sold by iroiu liir, wh.it you hie worked u and blmBC" Kemcmber tho name-l)o-an8 t'enn) s Umg Stote tako no other ll.un write you hard to acquit i .v lire insurant v jwlly wirVh will WRITE ME FOR PRICES ON HIGH GRADE m.ike vnu Hid. p nilent nt I ho fire I '1 o No man in Juncl to inXfin.t u mi te , ,d imr t hi m iv S c--. j . Koeter-Ml'bur- ciniplalnt and : jf WLW CONCRETING Wlm mmii Wvnrrln noaitlnn to rin nil kind, of inch a. Illock Work, mail. In fuel. w vnn mili nny Ihlnr from ion hnw h.i Wh ran . -- rxr Too promptly and guarantm nrt-clwork and matrrlal (.all ami grl our urlcw. bator you buy your iuatrUl at l.a.t booion rrm.nt PHILLIPS BROS., Btunfori), Ky. CUT FLOWERS FOR SALEt Ut - ('i ' r t' ti c i ome HANDLE THE BEST MEAL MAD E AND CAN NAME A DELIVERED W. S. PRICE ON ANY QUANTITY, ANY PLACE. STANFORD, KY. WILLIAM A. BURNETT, BOURBON STOCK YARDS. LOUISVILLE, KY. Kentucky Agniy for Owl Urani! ).4 b'i.hcd I'tul I COTTONSEED MEAL AND HIDES I can turnl.h Hi public lth Ihr tw.t. or "It a. Iha Irr.hr.t olrut noarri, plant, a. all kind., Imltn, poitml Itawrri, on ihort nolle. AImi mukn a. a ot wrralb (or for funrral In roniirrtl.m Hltli tlipnlmro, I batn all klnit.lot Trurtalilr. on tianil at rrawjoable prlcr.. pur-n.- w Oil III HTM AN IlItKKN IIOIImKH KU llUIIIIAHII, I'MIIH. FISH PHONE 200 ' Hfn'-n- l .Kr Fall And Winter Suitings My new fall and winter samples are now ready for your Inspection. Tbfcy comprise tho beit on the uiarkcL 1 ran suit any ono as to price who ha tits Clothes tnnue to order. A Silt made to your measuro is preferable To have to ready made clothes. thum made to measure doesn't covt ALL SIZES FURS Get your wife one for the New Year. HIGHEST MARKET PRICE PAID FOR RAW FURS AND HIDES Wool an U;i!: f; III. mentlonlsg this ad. I JOHN WHITE & CO. SSmSS. 'iZ&&k3!$ K?JfcJ9H W. H. HIGGINS. MILD, GENTLE LAXATIVE FOR WOMEN GIVEN FREE to habitual constipation, probably of their false modesty on the subject, that their attention cannot be too strongly called to the importance of keep-inthe bowels open. It Is always important to do that, reeardleu of the sex, but It Is especially Important in women. Prom the time the elrl begins to menstruate until menstruation ceases she has always vastly better prospects of comlnc til rough healthy if she watches her bowil movements. If you find yourself constipated, with bad breath, pimply complex-Joheadaches, belching sas and other symptoms of indigestion and constipation, take a small dose of Dr. Caldwell's Byrup Pepsin. If, la a woman's favorite laxative. You will nnd that you can do nway with salts, tronr cathartics, etc., which n, FREE a 50c Jar oi any more than ready made when quality and fit la coasidan. Cots In nnd let me una 1L O. Holty. ma rrscUcal Tsilor.l THE GREATEST OF ALL GIFTS. FRUIT AND SHADE TREES an., other time, Is good health, This Is Insured by Everything for Orchard Lavn means ot sanitary plumbing In your and Garden. If you would present your lioute. family with a threefold blessing, cele Write for Freo Cataloguo. No. Agonta H. F. HILLENMEYER & SONS. brate Xmas by arranging with W K Warner and Co, for n complete sys Lexington, Kentucky. from eel tern of modern lar to roof. Palmolive Cream We have a rcc ulnrsize jar of tho famous Pnlmolivo Cream or you. It won t cost you n at ChrHtmas, or So many of the Ills of women are duo ore entirely unsulted to woman's requirese ments. s; Dr. Caldwell does not feel purchase of his remedy ends that tho gation, fin tina n..lall..J lK his obli.--iliver and bowel diseases tor over forty jv... a ul(u win ua picasea --lo give - the r,m1ir nnv niful.. n .ft- .- """Jess ireo ..ft.ri. "" Mrs. Katherlne Ilaberstroh of McKeei locks, l'a.. and Mrs. A. E. llerrlck of Wheeler, Mich., who was almost paralyzed In her stomach and bowels, are now cured by the use of this remedy. A free sample bottle can be obtained by addressing: Dr. Caldwell, and after you are con- lnred of Its murltu tint I, n ....- - ., gist at fifty cen.ts and one dollar a. bottle. I housekeeping. Pacific Monthly.Re J Book, Woman's Home Companion, cenl. Cut ihc coupon from the Nov. issues of GooJ 1 Bring this coupon lo our Etoro and do as the ad directs. We will then jive you absolutely free a full size jar of Palmolive Cream which we ordinarily sell for 50c cash. You'll find this cream the most delightful thing of its kind ever made. - It's cn tirely new and has I- W. K. WARNER, Phone 188. J,L,Beazley&Co., HaaaaaBiiBjBBjBjBrBav'iBvsvvv Stanford, Ky, J. CX McClary, Undertakers mud Embalm ers. Also Dealers in Furniture, Mattings.Rugs. Thej will exchange Furniture for all Kinds of Stock. Give Then a Call. Prices RJghL rsiaito5a MonMol nil'' mchaHe;,',."!:o.w,0-m.- L ).her.r.eo mPle address him Dr. Ca,dwe" ' O. D. Llverv. CARTER, Hw Depot Street, TAftF4. PheneM. FOR 8ALE PRIVATELY My farm or 105 teres near May. wood, Ky. Good Improvement, all necessary- - outbuildings, well watered bu,",D' s KB1IT UCMY. sad food orctuud. Ladies' World, Uncle Remus' Magazine. Dec.issuesof Pcople'sHomo Journal, Delineator, Designer, New Idea, Blue Book, Green Book. Nov. 19th Collier's Weekly. Nov. 5th Saturday Evening Post Nov. 6th Illustrated Sunday Masazino and Associated Suridoy Magazine, PENNY'S all the duality of Palmolive BBE?aBBaV Undertaker and sfmbamer tTANFOMD, Sood. the queen of all toilet soaps. Look in the magazines for tho coupon. Unng it to this store. 7tk AW'Ottl.T, MaywMI, Ky. DRUG STORE - KY- - T4rirHD, - KENTUCKY TIM MioiawiMHi J.I7. IM " ol:l5a6iCM Ui !ILalT ifMC.fTltMHt-fjff- ii c y;s;iRy'y.'rp??sac .... '" i" 'i i' it HiiirrTOiiriiTiifiiTsrf MET TPKSDA. UKCKMHKK i!71h, 11110 THE STANFORD, KENTUCKY INTERIOR JOURNAL. SHORT LOCAL NEWS Hoou . paob Tttnam 3 We wish you all a tho h for rent. A E, Pnlleri-o- tf nl new (lull, ir In thn fnrf fhnl lhl liixiin flf I. J.. Ih printed on .Monday sover bonk statement and Bcvornl good item ROt In too Into for piibll- - How To Get Your Mon fHappy New ITear Cloaks, Suits, Skirts, FursAnd Waists at Cut Prices. Save yourself cloak ration tht (In to Kawhuid and rliMt) Pletoret only (0 dHMti. PrnNk Cflnller. Imi. 1 VnU for hwhi nr A aithatltMt Killlt plNlly CRT THE GENUINE ALWAY8 a dftiwrOtt insl IM ey's Worth: in mhihty mm drlrtm nw, .nirh iHd roll our fine tlae f lap ratm, iton el low pMkag.. rtt mnM. J. tut fnmU, carriage C. MCGMI7- I ri ntn MM Koity'a IIm. quickly nrnln NHMiWlH. ami hten J. II. Atrpi and H In" a tra him talfat Tr Tile aHrihv nr Bala M '.fcuitatCut Prices. von Know m wn a anyeng wiun ym ndd something to rcgHlnfo your )tpn If your liownls aro sitmfali of Unrein county i your food d I at rente you, your kki. December, :tlt to nuot nt the noya pnln, tnke Holiluler's Kocky Mountain Ten. It always trolleve. coart house nt 2 o'clock 1'. M., to ','! cunts, ten of tablet. consider tlio pooling or tobacco :ih artvlnnl by tbn recont inorUn in ih tho' beet prescription the C. K. Tato, Chairman.. Lexington. Are going world ha over known for disturbed and unset stomnchs. cafl. bclchlnu. l.ot. Small pocket bible. Upturn l.onviiieM lienrt burn, ncld stomach Cormlney, Stanford, Ky, and blllousmva at Penny's DruK Htoru to or Franco a Year f' cent. They aro Ruarantocd. 'lhero will bo a Christian onditivor meeting nt Ut Christian church All tnxtM unpaid for l'JIO must be evening. All other Kndeavnr tottlod nt once or proporty will be arc cordially Invited. ttdortlsed and sold to satisfy sonic. I have been patient and have Riven peculiar proportion or Clwmber all the tlwo pormltlod by law. W. h. inn lam' Cough llemody havo born ilrCsrty, Shorlff. tetcd (luring epidemic or In and when It wai taken "l'm-Mnk" Farmer, Lincoln coun time we have not hoard of a slnglo Hold by Penny i ty populur nnd alflc1mt jailer snys c(ii of pneumonia, that he hd but ono prisoner to ford j'" UK Store. CHrlttuM dlnnor to. II declnro that A nncket lK)k COIlUlHlIlK Minimi )KopIo off Lincoln county .'nr tb old dollar with Initial oti tack, and pith or Retting bettor, or Miwrter or can Ret awrns Muf- two pinnle. Owner and doacrlMuR the officers are no account. Bed-roo- m Auto bv paying lor thl ad ptopcrt). Mr. W. A. Carson of this city h I eii appointed lte?lstrar for Stanford Pillow Kill llrjant. the Unrein county I reclncla Nos. 1, 2, 3, and 4 b the Linen flers, reRro who shot ni.u killed John Dot), Hoard of health for tho Vital A alio colored on the K. C. excursion. statistic report by ph)&lclauf, nur- In Hmirbon county several weeks or. undertakers, etc.. anu an navins 'ops, Etc. I.leaded guilty at his trial at Pari tbarRe of privato or public burying. last week and wo Riven a lllt. term grounds. As btated in Krldoy's issuo. in the penitentiary. .MIbb Kato Plain, the popular assist ant postmistress of Hnstonvllle, wa A muU driven by a German fanner ncpointod Heglstrar for the West Knd i famed llardcsty ran away down Mill btrect last Thursday and did not stop The costumes have arrived for tho KENTUCKY. STANFORD, when ho reached Main street, but rilnv ".Much Ado About Nothing" and cmssed full tilt In to the west window everything Is in readiness ror the oc o' Ororgo 11. Karris' store. Tho low- casion which Is sure to be a good Prof. W O. Hopper. Superintend- - er panes of Rlaas were shattered, but one. unu-ia- i kMintaln Dom rot school uo 111 owU, II and l.t5 at Penny" Drug cct of tho Mu atcrtlns City Schools, nono of tho conte'j of tho window Considerable histrionic talnt will is at borne ior mo nouuays. damaged and a swinging shelf loaded be dlsplajcd. Much labor and painsCabell Woods, who Is one of l.'ncle vith oranges was not Injured taking oriort has been exercised to Ham' soldier boys at Fort Thomas give to the public a first class attrac PER60NAL8. with hlu mother Mrs, Ailelji I. As executrix of the estate of Miss tion and a record biienklng hous-day will on for Christmas. Hhoda Umslord. Wilder spent oung luls Curtis and Uc In Islington. Wood, Maude Smith, sf Corbln, was nt 1 o'clock P. M.. IJANl'AHYcourt 1911 thould greet the ttwy actor and !th Mlos rc ametcurs Iristiras with friends 27 actresses, though, sell the following bank stock .. Saturday en route to Itnoastor l..L n.lnnnl I. hnrts Flnt National Hank; 2 shares ine) apprujuiiiwiu Jk.. yiuivoiuiwi, im Oiborne, of lllrmtngbnin, rere James t to lslt Iriends over Christmas. In Lincoln County National Hank and eveniug of plea.'W and profit li ol Jilss Nell War- Is the 't shares In the Stnte Bank tt Miss Sarah llownrd of Crnb Orch- 8 Kescrllfci.Tits aro on sale l.V CbrlbtmjR with Mrs. Penn Trust Co, ot Stnrford Kv up irom nir ard, pont tit Shugari nnd Tanner's drug storo MATTIK V KlllllY. Kx'x ucvrt ti Menslco ran C h reeman. 840. ilive the high school dramatic duo ii Rhnai Ala , to pend Christmas at Mr. nnd Mrs. J. 'I. W'tRsiatou a "boost" and make them I eel that jrie Stamping Iwve Rone to their home at groatest danger from influenza Ituir eirorts are appreciated. Pi i ( hiiiRleUm of Hoylinp Oron (1 round. Stott county, to spend the Is Tho Its ot . rt suiting In pneumonia. This ...lit. !kl . llFJkl lilt IK play Is ono of Shakcspeares ui....-wiui ft', .t ewr.il U) un bo obviated by using Chamber- - populai comedies and a rao6t enjoy Christina holidays. Inn's Cniirh 'lomeriv. OK It llOt Onl.V I6arl.ind Singleton and family here. sua Ida Merlmio Pettus ntortaln ; Tuebdiy will be had i. Me evening inrknbnt contracts any j c Stanley went to iinmu uwnni a nrbor of hoi joung trlont.s cncy Cf uic uisrase toward Lecemler 27tn, i P M, Walton s w sp-i- m ..rul t.iui thire to ijuwvuie home last week on the Slt in njonla Sold by Penny Drug Store. opera house. Th-- ' Hi Unas with friends. Potior of har tenth j MIsms Nell and Josupulrw Warren oung lad) mado a cliarming he" Sprtnn. Oa., and was remembered by her man- from Ca cm jt i tpeiid flirlfcUiw. trlmU with many prtty proentK wni- mrno, an Mr J. 1. JI Imnul Taylor of Jcllico, and little lBRhter. daimhter, .Nol, img(d thro' hero Sat rird won kuoU of ' weik Vrs V K v'nmr urdi.y en roulo to lllattsvllle to spcu.i been t .trrull Uuddorrar. wlw brt A J. Meadows nnd t'hriiina with lhlo at l.ox-,- i liiinlly hi lllutthvllle Oarrnrd county n charrr of a twInliiK U rton, Is at homo for llev August Ikillbiick, who conduct . ,M 1,1 Kelley. of Ktownh. Tann., ed the music at the revival services' I .. .... lwo h IIOMI O ..... IHIIIllfHB !... n f w.tl- hfr nttractho baby .ii.Fi' ivn .1111, t lll'l Iln..tl.l.. HUH' u- -t cf ler paroitU. Mr. and Mrs Ih aao, is lure to spend Christmas ii Veuland. for I'lirinma. the KUMt nt Mist. Mario Mahony John Sixwnainoro who I attwwtiM?- Judge Jnnioa P. Itailey ate Chrihi minniurk Weslyan oIIoro at iua dinner with Mr. and Mr. J. C BETSY'S POINTtllS: list' r, t at home for tho holiday. a itlk) at Crab Orchard.. blics a f lever wom.in who pais a IV tlnrles K. rowen, n ""' Mr .md Mrs. Phil Pettu or Four ii.uili attention to the dressing ot hf accpted a call I subscriber, has i table as her figure, neither should of ho Klrat Chris-i,.- her Hlster, Mrs. W. S. Fish and fnml t the is to slighted. In iej,anl to rh)c ries VoldosU. ISn.. and or l rhurch at lind itti.pMo ailihfuctlon In having P. HrlRht Is at homo Tor tVrs'hlij paper chanRed thro Irom Thomas mj ncd intended to by Cofley nnd or Lexington. the holidays Irom the University lolcman. 11. MCAHSlor, Jr.. Mr nnd Mrh. J. Vlrgiiiln. where ho Is milking a splen We baro all kinds of fruits nuts, I'aro expected tomo from their bridal did record. and cnidles for Xmas. wcuncsuny. Irlp In tho Knst on Wallace Singleton entertained a COFFEY & COLEMAN. Mr llobert Comstock, or mo uouwi number of hi friends with a Christ of Prompt Delivery Phone 11HI lxiutsviue, o. itowcll Company, nias party on Friday evening last "ow I. J. Monday to insUll tho wick, and all had a delightful time. Mlthlo press. AmonR those rrescnt were Mr. llii hhado Wilder ono of uic uesi " tell Ilrown and MIb Lylo Cooper, fyoifnR men of tho nuooiu Coleman nnd Miss Kllia-botyear, to Mr. Harris will leavo early In the now Hlgglns, Mr. Harry Ilcinhart and ...n a inrm near HloominRion. in. Miss Virginia Mahony, Mr. Thomas Ijlls fritnds hope he will not bo Rono Coleman nnd Mis Lottie Carson, Mr. Sells itself wherever . Morrison llrlght nnd Miss Mary MorrnR an- No Alum introduced. Imitators Jiiiurs T, Meneleo (.topped otf rison Matheny, Mr. Joseph Hopper P..m n it, his naroutx. .Mr. ana .mo nnd Miss Salllo ilurdctte. Mr. Wallace No Lime Phosphate have tried to imitate, j N Mtuefcc, en routo to Danvnio xo Singleton nnd Miss Llcclo lloltzclaw, and substitution has uic Mr. Lester O'llannon nnd .Miss Man tm with his wlfo Christmas. been attempted. in rome oer here for a vUlt this Elizabeth McKlnney, Mr. John M. once GOWANS always week Waters, nnd Mlfs I)rraln Campbell, Govvans for inflammation Miss Aline llourno. of tlarrard nnd Mr. Joe Hill nnd Miss Kate Davis ii.ii!i., Mr.- I'red NtdRhbors, of " and congestion. Itnnoy, Mr. Stowart and Mlsa Alice . "-- '.. vlllo. woro guests of tneir n.sier RnMn M.sra. Wlll McCarty. J. 1 tn rtemii-menIt jffM us ., ..... , ,.,.- .Miin. ... 1C vv Wnrner last vvecK. (ionium I'tvHintHon fur wiiKinson, r.u iuiukiu, juuh ' ftiieclulljir of tin' to Iwlsvlllo to bo Mrs. nnd Thomas llrlght. UilUmmation. llourno went lliro.tt nnil cht'tt. We liae Neighbor's guest during Cbrlbtmas. (j'oif.m I'lrimrntioii for in.iiiy i TBatvvLJfaHP W r Fish of rami ljck wn 4 or 5 Wnnfoil tn rent n house Of turn nntl ntwrliml it ron'.inf. 1.011 , Apply UUnUSdTOH DUVli CO.. Friday and Saturday vim nis rooms In Btnntord or vicinity. Burlington, A. 6. brother K. T to A. C. Connett, logon ayenue. tM Fish. Tho latter' sDCnt a few day h W. HAVE IT IN THE HOUE BUY I l.lll nf llmea.. also For Sale 10 anaiea or uusionTiiie .i.h Mm Mr. Hsh and little son AUDatill SI. 30.. 23.. 'ri,.rnt with his father to Paint Uck National Bank toX. Apply at tali COWiM MIDIClC0..'0URHAM. M. C. . ... m .,j ta,oBlce, to eat Christmas dinner ai IwmUM. m4mIIm4 If W IiikM A rneatln - les "rob Ofekard Ky. HUrHM. imfrtn, -l- lnill atrnk of MM two 1WX K. tin mi flt (Mi 131 y M.a..I..aJ . .... .! ITSitnMTWW 1TMHIUI1I fill! t. mNTmj until noon Janaary 2tid, (qr it. .1, JtoJj luivriin, ovi rvutry. -- - fir la of thm ." ., of th tobacco grow called for Stitur-da- rr mo .. x f wmnkr aivx i iu . k gSr ".k -- Z s r.AiV KJ- - t"s J some New money by buying Wed-noodii- y "A fool and his money soon part," says Judge Wise, "but. a wise man buys his Xmas presents from the following list of useful articles at Cummins & WCGPCITS PHOENIX MUFFLERS .50c to $1 NECKTIES 25, 50 and $1.50 HATS . ALL PRICES UMBRELLAS 50c to $10 SUIT CASES $1 to $13 BOYS SUITS $1 to $20 SUSPENDERS .....25 to $2 CLOVES 10c to $5 SILK HOSE 50c to $2 OVER COATS ..$2 t0 $25 SHIRTS 25c to $2.50 SWEATERS 50c to $3 COLLAR BOXES $1 to $2.50 MENS' BELTS 25c to $2 HANDKERCHIEFS, Large assort-ment- .. Ladles shoes In Velvet, Suede or Patent, Cuff Links, Scarf Pins, or . We have many useful articles such as thor-onnhl- y Handkerchiefs, Gloves, Suspenders, Hosiery, Slippers, Scarfs, Phoenix VJ tW T - Baskets, Goods, Towels, if, SEVERANCE - &. SON, tets. Muffler In New Design.. ..25c to $3 rHIl T0RE 18 THE HOME OF HART 8CHAFFNER A MAR Ctcl v-j- -- I I pit Men's . Neckwear We are showing a large assortment for the holi days. Vi h-- 1 tir Jt ROYAL hod). J - I Powder (Absolutely Royal the only baking powder made from Royal Grape Cream Bakina U . A . W. E. PRRrCTNS j.j. tyt aW aaaaW J CRAB ORCHARD, KENTUCKY flaHBHTfllS HIWBBM (aVHHMBJM T. W. Iluriible W. wmwmmmumwmMmmmm9ammmmk mm J GP a 1 JL R. Hughca 0. Martin SUGGESTIONS FOR THAT NHJW YEAR GIFT Fancy Jabots, Black Silk Hose Silk Hose Belts Umbrellas Collar and Cuff Boxes-Colore- Tartar " Highest in h Leavening Efficiency King of Externals GOWANS Suit Case New Velvet Hoard Bags-Silk (fi5f$; and Wool Scarfs Combs and Barrettes Toys Galore Collars UP-TO-DA- TE But ... and;anything DRY YOU WANT IN u GOODS, SHOES, ETC. NOTIONS, u-- -- HUGHES, MARTIN STANFORD, & CO., -- IfelrlH Dry Goods, Notions, Shoes KENTUCKY hum. I,1 ti ( t v " , - m i Vli( ,t , i pxam four THE STANFORD. KENT UCKY INTERIOR JOURNAL THE FARMERS I. M. DUNN. 1 runyuAV, dkoumiiuii HENRY McWILLIAMS A. S7tii, rn PRtS. H. D. STILES, V.PRES. MQ R. .1. (?, . Va WINKLE, SECTRCA3 em Year Gitts i hnwiig sold the St Asaph hoi wp hutc sale chonii fle nice Jet-scow. Bond milkers, also three nml t josrllng Jcr,iy hot-cn- . nil fn'l blooded and tine Karris nml llnrdln Stanford. high Aged sorrel mntu 15 hnnd i amp to in) plnro. Owner nn get tamo li paying for this nTStlro. nnd her kwp J 1. Roger. Cedar Creek, id J. C. DAVIS DOOK'R AS3T. SEC. itk VJ-- S.VJ. s with it i lb? Which ti purifies and and cool of HustouOlle, nt We have everything that would QalnosYv shonts at and oni snake a heart glad. chancellori n pouna m cents. $1.50 Ties from 25c to STr hersolf nttractlro. ljut HKsWHLrfzr.raT-'- Scarfs, 25c to $2.50 without her to Ii lor - $1.50 weak, sickly wee. form or temper woman iicrrous Phoenix Muffllers 50c to irritable. Constipation and ney show wretched $2.00 skin eruptionsKlcctrlca Hitters blotches For The Sale of Loose Leaf Tobacco ?fl Silk Sox 5c to always want diovo a godsend to benutr and friends. They Shirts, 25c to $2.50 .: Stomach, Ltvcr nnd kldnos, give strong and purity the bright eyes, pare breath, smooth - - $8.50 K. Cases, 75c to Suit telvety skin, pool cents at Penny's tealth. Try them DANVILLE, KENTUCKY. Store. Suspenders, 10c to - - - $1.00 sprained ankle usually THE BEST Injured THE Coat Sweaters, 25c to - - 3.50 able thotroatraent. person forto three or lack four weeks. This due THE THE STEEL proper ) lplns liniment cur0 Silk Handkerchiefs 25c ana 50c liniment oneinreoapplied nnd xnis TER or rour i.! affected of the 1 preparitlons We also have the World's stan- remarkable lrug Store. Penny's Free Stables and Free Insurance. SALE' dard Clothing "GrifibH." -- brand. THE Circuit f etc, l'lulntitfa Kill TnIor 2ETancy "Vests Odd Trousers, Rain 'd WluL Tujlor, SEE I judgment to the ohellencc to I coats, Overcoats, and Cravenettes the Circuit Court rendorod rnmniU ..r m any.n jj.e Crossett Shoe and Stetson ....., ...-Yt Farm For Sale. loner January something to totirt day a. your yftm. els are Hats. the court home front torei ww or trade small piofertr )oir tt sell at Stanford. i Nurse Says: takn llolllateri take tho retto. bidder en j the highlit and farm cHtalni am', of six months, ttic folloMip - Itntl & Hudianttn'hoTd to ftud XU'- $U ihofts CoMiinck fti'.io. They, bought of Jiun tr, big no Rot rrom Uedoil which weigh i ed A WOMAN'S People's Tobacco Ware-- : house Company. INCORPORATED. PERYVILLE ST., 1 l GREAT IDEA. l.s how to'tnaVo health', It oe lovoiy in poisons hiird A wilt ho nnd In pimples, Kld -- . nnd com-plxto- Hut berilth, women who te blood; nrr- - BLOCK FROM Q &. C. DEPOT. lovely comploxion, 50 will Drug A Is When Is in Is LARGEST AND EQUIPPED HOUSE FOR LOOSE LEAF TOBACCO IN BURLCY of DITRICT SOUTH OF KENTUCKY RIVER AND ONLY HOUSE OF CONSTRUCION. SHEL. Chambermay n FOR 50 LOADED WAGONS AND STALLS FOR ONE HUNDRED HORSES. nnys. txvat ruos In use. Sold dis- by NOTICE OF Lincoln Court. WE OFFER BEST POSSIBLE FACILITIES FOR SELLING LOOSE LEAF TODACCO Uodlne. n t'Uflon DoK-ndnn- WITH OUR SPLENDIDLY LIGHTED HOUSE IT FOR DISPOSING PAY YOU TO COME AND TODACCO. US REFORE MAK- - In Lincoln . nt-- tnriu. ll on, Monday Mfti'ln.l r.niia.i nt Its Vril. 11111. thi. nnrtpialirno(l - In ING ANY ARRANGEMENTS OF YOUR lull. ) know wrtli ivi Count In of Ky.. I-- ill RobinSOIl, Stanford, Ky ro r -- - .eshOysters j SERVED IN ANY; STYLE. Tfffi PEST fffiMJ Uimn's Resfaurant. y.h. CARSON, Prop. FIHIIIIHIillllllll HIGHEST for WE PAY CA8H PRICE All Kinds of NO SYMPATHY FOR THE RIDER s hv llE8 FURS WANTED'! NOW. JL.AND Sc BUCHANAN Stanford, Ky. AND Farm Produce OLD , "V Has his headquarters at our store this week. Come to see him. acaaMl or driver who buys poor uarr-esIs iiccessarj. When honestly made and guaranteed harness can be bought here o reasonably It Is a man's own fault if ha takes the risk of buying from a mall order catalogue. Profit by cithers' experience and buy your harness at home. links to the center of tho road, W 6 poles and 6 thence N 65 C. McCURY, Stanford. link to Allen corner, S 70 W 30 roles 17 links to tho beglnring, 2 roodti and 32 poles of land. Theo two tracts nt land will first be offered separately nnd then ns a hkti wuolo and th0 bid accepted Tho pur realize th moat money thaser will be required to give bond with personal security payable to tho Com'r and approved by htm, tbo same bearing six per cvnt Intcreht from date of sale, having tho force and et lect of a Judgment and secured by lien on tu0 land poles l' llnfrv, utotio in UiP south side of qald road, thence , 7J 1 1 1. Vj poles to a stone In said rond thenre N "9 K 3H pores 17 links to the bed of tli0 creek, thence N Ti 1 2 K poles 20 links to the north bhnk V of said creek, thence North 20 51 to n stone center of Huston- . tnenc,, witn Mile and Stanford plk-said road to the beginning, contain lug 00 acres, more or lcs3. Tract No. 2 A tract situated !.i taid county and state, nnd adjacent to the above tract, described as follows, bcginuliiR at tho corner of the above described tract in tho creek and running S 35 E 3 poles 3 links to a stake, thenco N 72 B 33 poleH 22 --M 4 dtserlbcd ronl citnte In Lincoln ci in ty Kmtucl:, Tnrt No 1 Near llutonllle Kj bestnninR In tho center of the lltMon I1I ind .Stanford turnpike load. Vow ell's enrner. thenro S 71 I J Oj uolea to a itone In the center of Mid pike adjacent to the i'risbj'i Ian school Incuse lot, thence S ..' 1 J N 18 poles and 12 llnk.i to the enter ot the Hanging Fork, thene,. down sild rreek N 70 B U io1h to tlio enter of the old rondXthonro with fr.'Uil road S Ci V. in uolea 10 link 13 pols S fi". -1 tnks K 11-to-w- it tlollt 9th 1911, o'clock I dotu nubile out r bifit X ymt-nee- d I, in will Itw . J.a V: ykstra, a trained nurse Belhngham, South Wash., "and will say that 1 consider Cardui the best medicine for girls and women. It makes them feel like new persons, relieves their pain and regulates womanly troubles. "Both my daughter and I received great benefit" of "I know what is good for youiiR and old jpco- writes Mrs. Clara ESI Iles Take CARDUI lam' tea w t. fum-i'i-----and imll and rmh1 out In i!rln3. good toharro barn, which i ill I aid 12 acres ot tobacco, good POSTED of bout tminc or "hard of i"iO tre m im td 'rait nrh as apples p,tl) ' . ivarn ami ehirHes; HtwNt bor.it will ,.' reel deep, Uud fwt of tThe huuting nain is upon uj a v.iti-t- , on houv- with tkrv rooai' .inl oittbnlMiwt opt wll and orTh nrly eteryunt wants - I t h s 01 srd nf Mine number or tre and (iIbco Tho rlmrge Is 14 reuts owb M lame Klin) of Inilt. 111 lth nunc.) Tins farm llt about mile ami halt K. 1J. Denbain U r , im a south or McKlnney. about one mile riom rallroHd and school; 25 acre of ,, ... 1 U P I -- -riupt.n.t j ii .CItMl T cleared land ready for tobacco ami J. H. Harris j w. llaughiawi.' fnc acres in timothy mtwdnw Fred linuinunn. l)aid KtcetH This Is tho the encapeal farm In Uncviln county nt tho price. S. II llaughmuu, J. II llaughMi C. R. BRAWNER, McKlnney, Ky. Nevln CarUr O'lianron K-- Campbell' Frank Cordler win Cortler ' Christ Jacob. M n Lytic Dr. J. O. Carpenter ,ames SmlUi. ! ncre of finiA tofearru tv.l roI rtftellln house 7S 1 d Tin differt-i- 140 yum Iialtl. ot at 'Vm. ho4nu 1 IHIllIflHl! St t- reguUtv yc If lion fliVKlal iiMtrewen ytnt, Rock Mn t always rrllner tnbiets ai .imgan. una 1 1 PUBLIC SALE! The Woman's Tonic As a medicine for female trouble, no medicine you can get has the old established reputation, that Cardui has. Fifty (50) years of success prove that it has stood the greatest of all tests the test of TIME As a tonic for weak women, Cardui is the best, because it is a woman's tonic. Pure, gentle, safe, re liable. Try CarduL J 2 c ML j i K. Curtla. Harris & Woods. Mm Mattle If. Ilewca. Oua Grlsrl John M Carter. Fred vontJruenlgan.J. J Klllott A. Jocob Oander, milk cow, a good one, 2 fnt hogs, will Mlssc-- Klelbasa. Snllir and Mettle Carter, weigh about 300 pounds each, about Carrer. I, w Carter. i chickens lit bushels ot Irish po- J. H. darner. U a. i& H. llatnold tatoes, 8 or ten barrels of corn, few farming implement? all nearly new Jas M. Carter, Br. Mrs. 1L U Wlllhuna household nnd kitchen lurnlture. In H. C. nnuehraan, A. J. Johnson. cluding new cooking stovo, etc Will J I. W. Carter. also sell about 4000 pounds of tobacco C. M. Allen. It not dlpoed of before Mrs It. It. Cnrpenler. T. W. HUTCHISON, Gilbert's Creek, Ky. T. U Uaughman. 1 s to going west, 1 Mill on Thunday December, 20th 1910 nt 10 o'clocl: a. m., dispose o( tli0 fol lowing pronal property: ccod work horse 1 extra brood mare is a good worker, I Studebakr warnn almost new, l good buggy, 1 Ilalii5 sild my farm preparatory Mrs. .Vnttie White. H. C. Andemoa A. r Traylor. J. A. I'ottcr j .iwiuhu. W. R IViughert) John M. Uooch D. M. .tndmm J. H. Thompson P. J, j. j iiumic. M , Jr, a & icat J. GEO. D. FLORENCE, M. C. L. C. C. N. SAUNDERS, Atty. for Plfla. L. L. SANDERS, M TAKE CARE! Kernember that when your kidneys nre itfccted, your life is in danger. I. Mayer, Rochester, N. v., says .My trouble started wltn a sharp mv back which shooting pain giew unrte daily. I felt BluggUh and tiled iny kidney action was irregular We Cordially Invite Youli To Sell Your Tobacco With Us. As usual, we topped tho market Monday at $17. ocr je Turkeys Tudor. Mgr. ggECegEiaBS Want Crab Orchard, Kentucky, jg arwl and Irfreqnent. I started using Foley's K'unev pills. Kach dose seemed to put more lite and strength Into mo niid niw I am completely cured and feel better anl stronger tl'an for years STOCKHOLDERS' MEETING meeting or the stockholders of the Nntlonnl Hank of Hustonvillo Hill u hold nt their banking bouso In A f I llustonvllle the second Tuesday In January, l'JU between and J2 A. St., for the purpose of electing directors to horvo th0 ensuing ear J. W.Hockrr, Cashier A mi pat. Ion, iBring them in at once and we will STOCKHOLDERS' MEETING. meeting of tho stockholders of th First National Hank or Stanford, mil bo held nt tbeir banking nouxo lh second Tuesday In January 1911 for tho purposo of electing directors tor the cement and crerrtblug else needed illrutois for the ensuing year. W. M. Bright, Cashier Kvor) thing purchased for building, ' PHONE 153, here will be found of the best quaJl-r- y MEETING STOCKHOLDER'S A and tho best for Intended purposes. lw. meeting ot tho stockholders n' tfARPMBARCNT on SALE! frnli f lrli!irfl Itniiklni? fTimnfinv We will save 7u trouble aad uueeoa ,v,n (t. hld at tho banking houso at UI4CVUI0 CUBttlHlBK ary ezMSM by e4iss to ua tor aa Crnh Orchard the second Tuesday e (our fw U4a0 Iti January, 1911 between U sod 12 MUgut o4 w ora; -, "' ,w tr a.iijvis.r - J-- I . .Z. ZZ.Z.X CCo'.fcWm.wa'Ur'iri .swor. ifiW.CM.w.jnterw jgjjjlarket Prices. HTo.B. Northcoit. ww ?MW you the highest lor the ensuing year H. C.Baughman, Cashier MEETNIQ STOCKHOLDERS' STIRRING TIMES. A meeting or the stockholders it the Lincoln County National llnnk of we are having In tho bulldlug line. Htanrurd will bo held at their ban IWe carry a full Hue, ot lime, plaster, cing house the second Tuesday In Janupurpose or electing ary, 1911, We sold over 200,000 pounds last week with a better average than Lexing- -' ton and the best average of anv house J in Danville. The best lighted house in Kentucky and an experienced Auctioneer always tells the story. Danville Tobacco Warshousi Company HX.m,4jmm, - bl-Urat- - v. J. irrr'iarvnaw4i'i'vast,Luwji.l V ,', 4 1 1 mi mm ti.... trrirC "tV!3