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FRIDAY, JANUARY ,6, iJ'OURNAM ) 'l911. ; 6EIUTIFUL NUPTIALS IN THE . $1 A YEAR IN DVArl EUGENE WILSON ACCIDENTALLY KILLED FORMER LINCOLN DOY MEET8 SAD DEATH WITH OWN PIS- TOL AT ST. LOUIS . DASTARDLY DEED AT . Tht Intiriir JiNrnal's Niw Miihli Printing Prtss i ' . KING'S MOUNTAIN MURPHY 4 ACTON'S STORE DYNA MITED AND ROBBED WON'T REBUILD. Ono of.thc most dnsUrdly.nols over committed in King's Mounlhln slmrV ly nttor midnight, last Saurdny morn. Ihr. whciisouie fiend robbed the general store OT Minihy nd Alton, nnd then laid n dynamite train and blew the sto-- e up, scIIIiir lire foft find compleoly dertrojlng It nnd III residences of Mr, Murphy mid Mnjor tfnilh, which adjoined It. The Ion to tlin firm of Murphy & Ar(on , n,,nt BV)0 wt, M1(0 (n. lirnmvs the personal toss to Mr. M (I. Muiphy In the destruction of 111 dwelling Id $2,000 to J.V'pCO Willi insurance nnd the loss or . MnJor s,nl,h " nbot ,son wlth "w II ENTHUSIASM FOR POOL THIS YEAI GROWERS -'- AJV,0INTr LINFOLN DELEOATE8 TO CONVEN., S i TION At LEXINGTON x COUNTY Mini DORA H.yiflHBVi,wlvjlPjvdHJBHNHHBHjH WEDS .MR. PENCE WHT OF LEBANON, TENN. . LAST WEEK VJ x 9 r h OB, nr the unddast death of I.mowll county man m Mnile tlmo wm thil of Kagene It WlUon, son of Vr. mOlni.Jnpri WIUon.br the. IaL KM, wMrb look ple inVSt. iWs Mr. Wllwu win oiling l.tt up nn old iilitol, winch' exploded In mib war. the 111 entering his chest ml ofntdur almost Instant death. Mr WlUun's roonitHnlo, Mr. JamoJ T. . ho rinnpinlc'd the bod Homo, wfd that he had left Wilson short ilnif beloie his dentil Just nnd that the decoded remnrkea to lit in tsnt he Intended to clean up hi old Theie wore stories In the dn ly papers (tint trie death M Mr. W'lbon m nulcldnl. but thou. who wre fniullhlr villi the 'net know thatlfMirli riort jii? iintiuo KiienH WIIhoii left Lincoln a mini- and attended n of jearn-nno- , alter- huln."ii college In aid tnklnc U potdllon with n largo re-wliolennle lloue where, he wen promoted. iJiler he wn eho State en neeretnry of the Kanlern Nnrinal nt lllchmond. Itavlne Uicru n lew monlln aco to Ro.wlth a blR trntrion company In fit. Lout where h wns '"making Rood," and had Just nice lncreo lr nil- been premNeil, nr the Arnt f the )ear He wn a brlxht nnd affable younc man, Jtut 3o vear 'it bk. and hla death will be sincerely mourned by nil who' inainha, .t (tin LhAv lift.. 11m te.a Klchmnd IoiIrc.oC r.lUs. wnloh ent n Very' handiiome"nonil trlbut,. lo the fi.nernl which, was. held In Crab Or- churd Wwlnendny, the services belnc conducted by. Mr. J. C McClnry. Ha)-?!-- OneTof the most bcaiiUfiliHQino wAddlnes irk a .lav "wtlft most lovable .h '........ Lincoln county In mnni I onp of U.e fairest and I100"" I.incolijrotiSty .' obarco f ' V $tif went on recrdlvi1 epthu.Mnslk ' ' irsr- il grow ers Kir tlio tt "" l11. "rt U El ,n Saturday afternoon, Dec 31. The) nre udr. 11. 1VH...I. ,,t. l..,lMnon. ""rOUghly dhwatlshed With the price Mr tun.- -. nflc'rntK.n. IJc c ,,leT rn,ot i'rouuci nisi year nas Ton,, In.. WMnp,d brought since the fnlluro or the Uur 2i been No announcement had ley Sorloty pool and tne at last do- -' 1h mode previously of the purpose, ot pooling gitme'. vming" pair to wed, but their friend cided to get Into the jueUy well understood' their lnt?n themselves. Thu sentiment of most il present wns for the complete. tion nnd so nourprls'e wa occasion of those elimination or the crop In 1912( so J ed by tho announcement ot the that tne supply or weed shall be' re., j tlal. High School Success PrMchtrsville. duced to a normal basis, and tnq price-- , to the ikj. readers Tne wedding was solemnized nt t thus forced to it figure which w.Wi Insrnnre home of the bride's parents, Mr. and afford the raiser a rensonnble proNt DRAMATIC CLUB SCORES ON AR-Mr Murphy wns .iroimed e.irly Sut- K. T. Pence on the Cut-of- f pike for his labor. tr The Interior Journal tins had Its ;iiester Harris, young son of Mr. TISTIC TRIUMPH IN "MUCH . Mrs. urdnvinoriilnR by n terrlfie explonlon Kive prominent Lincoln colnr The home had been handsomely deco of troubles the, past week ow- Sam J Harris, the popular Drake. ADO ABOUT NOTHING." He -- Wped out of bed. and quickly shuro br L'reek .farmer, allot himself In tht rated tor tbe occasion. Only a few In fanners, Messrs. John II. Toster Li ak ing to inability to get Its now press thigh, receiving a very painful wound lookliiR out of the window, K. Tate, David Adams, Sam Owe tlmate trlends nnd loved ones were and. Curtis Gorer were named as,.) smoke IwiiIiir from the weather. A lurge audience greeted the Stan- prctuiit, and In worklnR order in time for IsMirjl As young Harris was passing through the only attendant were boardlnp of the toie. He Jumped a gate tho pistol was fired by his ford High School Dramatic Club nt Mr, Alfred Pence brother of the bride committee to attend tlie conferes Into n few clothet. and rati toward of nn. edition on Tuesday. It' paor growers from all over the bur night overcoat .striking the post nnd ball the opera house last Tuesday Sadie Daughman, the tore. Iut m he reaehed It, trons Hate lictn. very considerate, and ranging downward lodged lodged In It was nn exceedingly creditable per- and Mls The ceremony was of by. district, which will be held at Le Raid nnolher fearful exphmlon occurred the thick part of the thigh Or. J. A. formance. The leading parts were Rev. J. J. Dickey, affer whlch the lngton next Thursday, the" 5th. They s near him, itunnliix him. In nil prob- - with tho new maehlne In good co iiulnatrtic'ted to Set at they believe) llnrmon was called and dressed the r.'II acted and even the minor roles happy pair feft at for tho South ability within a few mlnutca nioie, he . order there lo very little prabab wound. " were most acceptably played; Hus-?e- on a wedding trip, after which their hert for the Interests or their constfijl ys'-would lmo been killed by It. rtrowrf ns Don Pedro demonstrat- permanent home w 111 be. In Lebanon, cuts. Tho growers here took un a- - ; Mr T. Y. Shaw wbobaa; been a lllty that It will hao to ask their The whole building then burnt Into buyer of raw'yfhra for 'IS years ed considerable historic talent, Mor- but they will be much on 'the road vlstory vote ns to.the'lr sentlmenU; flames nnd, thfttftwo residences also tPdulReiue again for J similar reason. straight, Is buying verJWtfenslVeiy rison tlrlght as Benedick acted" the vrltli Mr. Doxier's "stove company, of on the pooling of this. 5 ear's crop amti ere destroyed, tatchltiR fife, nil . There la a Kreat amount of news this season. Heyrequenrly receives part with effectiveness and'the tim which Mr. Wright It. unrepresentative.. cuttliiE out next, so "as lo Indicatej turned thot.ph the ,to thefr representatives' wlijit they-jbre of his voice was forceful enoug'h' rura from a dlstantn or 7mlles. out nnd did whaya ircsslblc to envo m.Uter..on hand In tho oitlcc which conjlilur best, but not to bind ?tneas i for a professional, Win McCarty as . j lC J. Smith rsaS-- moved to lln.m to get" Into absolutely to any course, .Some favorw; Antonio a conventional lord did very it, 1m 'been Impossible Pleasut Wllllant D).ebAuse will soon and reducing tbe acreage of a crop hTTT ed Several hfltchets. hammem. satisfactory work, Joseph Hopper aa Jssise, but all will be inibllshcd in move his saw mill rfg'to thin place. JP'.2 to Ave acres per hundred acreil. chisels wer found near the bulldlnR th.lk. the staid old governor of Messina pulof thq Itev. fierce llryjnt was In his or rnrm land, per larmer, out in . immunity Is imtfofiid that a '7ewHue,5. and tho, friends nnd the was In the proper role and did well. Jacob Nance bought of H. Steele greatest nnmner It was phpef, art' urged to stop In the office pit hero at the llaptlst church foi It, was tKti work of robbers present ravoreavt,'' Tbe Hero and Beatrice played by a grist mill at a private price. completely cut out the 1912 crop.Thf . discovn-that the lower bars pro ui il.ini street opposite the court the 'last time Summy, He tins been Mlfs Virginia Mahony and Miss Kato genMr. O. W, Naylor s.old to C liar-ma- n voce to pool 1911 crop carried witthree )eur.s tctlfon of the windows, lind Iwcn house with :iewf Items of any kind, ppstorsatlsfifCtlon, b'utand gne to ie. Daxls Hnney were ably portrayed and a pony at $.".0. deiilred eral FOLEY'S KIDENEY REMEDY AN ottg oU, and entrane effected In the Rentleness of th" former and II. Carrier bought live acres or land a whoop. APPRECIATION thai way There Is much fecllnR In and dollars tor. mihkcrlptlon. We nn sign his pastorator The tiretbren tiro spIrltousnes8 ot the latter Indicated There were about three hundred P'l -.1- -, -- ...-. lojucnlontly located now, jo'come to loath to loKelilin(asq holder but will Dogberry, the stupid police orflcer from (J. W, I'Hdgett nt $10 per acre, .,T iiiusii Buusutiiiuu iuriuern ui .k-- ; i.l invj -- r me "tf nnd will erect a residence on same; county' present meet on next regular meeting day to . tee us. g when Mr. Tnte-rwhOreen Miirphy wn excellently given by Thomas appreiiinllon of the Rrent Rood I de- The latter bought the Scolt Single- attended tho Lexington jjnll a Biiccessor. sj ' . r'vi'd 'irum roleVn Kidney Hemeily, .Vjjtnn are amoiiR the most promlnwit conierencTH Coleman, the' timbre of whose volci ton rarm for $100. r ,, 'T-- . Kldro whkh i'used lorn bedcu-wo- f Mr and Mrs. I.unsford,, or wnicn rrst iniincnea me inacpemwioi though not "resonant, gave the hear)K,pnr citizens of ihc country The Padgett Uros., gold 700 pounds "in nir -- i. ,...... u .. .. I'l'l -I .l.,l,l...l ......... uuiuil.k . MP l,olh..r (jarrnrd, were guftst of IJ. T. Uitns-flmNuckois-Fost- er nry ii.t.' ... Jti ers an Insfght to cltracters who ot tobacco to Z Padgett at 7 cents. . pool, called It to order. Hewas cho--', nnd nroved lo be rnont I'ffiM'tlw-Sr. anil wire The Mlssess ien temporary chairman and Shelto . think a pompous air and much fus Joiibl It i the in oh t r r) In be t rebuild or not. but in all prounoiuU. T. Long is very ill. nnd the Misses Pettiia came HllernrSsecretnfy. "Sit. Tata call-- t , ili'ne tnedlilne I !is,. eer taken' iSr v ill not. fw their loss hrm been ion juejMaTidards by which impor- inrrdrlng' COUPLE YOUNG PROMINTENT Ke v. .Sl'ugletcmrhasibeerr " Khucnr (r Tnnner. hoiu' from tho B. Iv.N.JJ'hJioliflU aaneff,1sniea8med.--'- ed for expressions from the growers io complcto WED IN LOUISVILLE. considembly from Injuries sustained as to what they considered the bestv - utiiniorM-rosreme nonunyg i.es jClnudlo the young lord of Florence by a fill. STOCKHOLDERS' MEETING He .elvln Jiag' returned home after lsV to be done Hay's Konter and Miss Uill K Nuck A ine'rtlnp of the siochuldoreof. ably repre and a mnnly gallant, was A number of friends nrid relatives Lodges Elect Officers He has been absence S IU. Owns moved thnt delegates', IhtAlpiilegHwok-o- f lH'rnVIlTe win olb woie mairled In tho rnrlor or tho .a tented by Harris Coleman. In facl were present at, the birthday dinner TaflTl nt r ParkerJ'city. Ind. Troy Duval Is thlr benLlne houe In be Seelbaih Hotel, l.oulHJ1li!. Wednes- 'ut ,)! the characters wero remarkably given at James Griffin's on Sunday lug aDiolnted to the I.exineton meet. A ' lliiftonvlll tin Tuesdnv Jnnuarv 10. K home from Indiana. thi week, and that resolutions be DUR day eenlrg, Jan. till, and enter well portrayed Verges the companrill liir the pitrpoe of tlectin dlrec.NCW LEADERS TO SERVE hift December tho 18th, in honor of, Mrs. Tlmolh'y Xnylor Is convnles adopted for the pooling ot; the IWl'rf '1 . ,f INC ENSUING YEAR ion of Dogberry was vividly acted fiftieth birthday. A sumptuous dintoik tc rvo the ensulnc yenr her ujioii ihe New Ye,ir with eor crou and cutting- out of the 1112- - .,; l . J. W. HOSKINS, Caihher Dorachlo who by Lester O'liannon. nnpiin fo' imnplete happlnM,' nnd cent. ner wns spread and some good mus Owsley thought that as rdjicrr.Jkl A number of Lincoln county lodRos Ih.. Joint enterlalnirent given Jjj wa paid n thousand ducats to carry ic rendered In tho afternoon EveryIth the bwl wishes or n host ol FOR Ilie.IIobt'ij and I'rearlcr.svillo schools -to. sen.. durms the rrleiuU and lovl one. , out the vile purpose of Don John one went uwny feeling that it was iu: wns left ot the 1910 crop aaJwa'si. ie.ii possible, ought also to be addM to on Christ 111.I8 eve at Ihe M. K. churcl r of 1911 ftt their last meet was strikingly plaved b John M jjood to have been there. "1 'I In- - a eildlng of this populai )oung '.'..liB 1lltrti.llline5- - and Tn'r It clv.. nri'fiaifi-h''- t the nool. nnd thU lnnni-h- l The Waters Don John the v Milan wns iinie iiSWin expels the cold froye nn niRhts In 1'JIO. last week Anions ouple war om of vJie "osl bofliitlfnl here, vns a perfect success An oyster supper was given nt those ulfur- - 111 tne Kiuu eur nciu in tuir jrMeW. It retuiliin no opintn the lodces r hi. h elected and pupils acquitted tjiomseUes In a represented by Wallace Singleton Jacob Nance's Thursday evening and more dlscisslcn, as mnny of the giow- -i i" sale aim srr nmicHm a. isnni , ors did not believe l't would be lyosr liostelr"- - The leremonj credltalile manner, without exception ured by their brothers wero: whose work was creditable The at- one at C. Brown's Monday evening was liorfoiined In tho laiRp nrch on and reflected much hoilor on tliefr Llneo'n Lodge, No. 60, F. & A. M. tendants who assisted In the minuet Drill woit- - enjojable occasions for sinie or rcasibie to tittempt to an- A PPLIADLf COUGH MEDICIN ule the residue oNtb.evJ94ii cro. J X Vciiefee Ir, Mpster ih parlor floor at the entrance to thej tencl'.'is. Mlyscs Howard and lloltr' wre all well trained and while It the oung folks, Kuli'1 l A ralitnbie famth iieiid jonn L'. roster favored th" .4n law. 'tho large chhiiI . I. StephenMin. Senior wnrdeii Is not to he expected that young uislc room ami no more ueviui HntiMT ami ") tulfilN IhU rondlt Mr. Cummins of Texas, who ban tion of the acreage 1 1912 to? usHfv Mi Chsrle Kline. N lii'yla W. I'eiiiiliiRtnn, Junior Warden. fill setting foi h uinnlage coold b jf,vt(1 llie .,fteuioon exefebos to" Uie aumteurR shnll do professional worl-av-27 ''i . Htmi. ! . lltOll $cernl III in,, S.ni llobiuoon. TroHSiiror ii spcndlnjj ellmlnat'on of the t p, and-ininglneu. The parents, ami M'vanurrriiirt nnd weie loud in thefr com' et It Is universally conceded thin. been n. . i crs of Xuias week with his parents .Mr. nnfl Dronnugh also thougl iiiilly lire bleu cui e,r J X ,t a llitlMiltu friends and relatives of tup lilliuontH. ilud cheeitd the effoit of Saunders Secretary tne ciinraciers were innrpreieii iu Mrs. O. W. Cummins.' ' m hUt rMiHh and OUdi by the I Upon lotion or ' A. RI3 gi (mm went aown lo bo present at Mr Kd Holtzel.iw, in which he hhow-e- l a'nnlioriiih eredltnblo manner To ri- - i (..- - ijjm Tar mul I aln II ' rrst. Senior i)icon. J. T. Ill own nnd family spent Sun-da- j delegates tC be nni ed went! hlmi-el- l Ojbiiyie in Hie hulii this auspicious event many or tlio K t Onrmnn. lunlor Donron. , vtlllitM.t to be homou hat of an acgo Into detail regnidlng the perforitiver with Sir. and mYs Victor Gilll-lan- stnictod, so ns to It Mrthes mlarrflM'H I hi' InltBllnn ave Uien root M A. Johnson, Slewnrd and Tiler. lulde's frlendi. and relnllv.s were al- tor ttir these exercises weie over mance would he only to add praUe t Ii'm tjhlw't, riiid lroens u .ii ih loose to follow whnt might sewn to V' to oe her united to the the Christmas tree was Ursula and Mnrgaret tin. "' " "' r' so pie.-ei- it ff praise. ,oa' Ii 1 rfST? ilwiv found It I re Mr. .Inn es Wall and daughters them to be the besti omse aftad ar. man ot her choice. next, Old Santa China dtspened gift gentlewomen attendants, upon Heio ' McCarty. .Noble Ornnd lMhle eiqf Hire' ShiiKiire nndr.in ( ntdhuel'y after the ceremony Uio right nnd loft and gladdened the nnd llentrlre were repiesented with Vernu and Jewell weie visiting at riving at Lexington and ascortaHiIng t In, net . ,I ' - j a MnnnlnR, Vlco (.r.ind. Highland last week. y me neiiiiineiH 01 tne growers I row Wenren, Secretary Jesi-bildnl inrty lelt foi .111 extended tour health or the little folks. ! it good olTect bv 1lnry Morrison Colom.in Lutes left Sunday for I.ex rt-Old llU'ccd nn alj,lM . 'I I l IIa1.ii Cr.i..-- .. .n f'l biiiith after which they will of tho and Willie Moore, while Frlnr ingtou w heie lu will "aiend a few other counties. IHlTMiri J .IILVIIII.. W C Cummins had a fine bird dog iHiiytOjunii ' (ompan)'s Upon motion of E. Gelszl, It was come to Stnnrord to make their home to die Jrthn II Kugleninn. Host, l'rnncU the man who performed 'th kdass.. His best one was stolen derlilcil In nnmr nnn iloloififA Hrw t'omllllou of the Crao Orchard Lodge No. 636 F.AA M. where Mr. Koster Is nssibtnnt Cashier 1'Ms one often walked up the tobac l welding ceremonies was well rv t' .Miss Nora Padgett who makes her . each magisterial district or the, couh-'- y ot tho Slate 'liank & Trust Company 10 rows and caught worms like a boy presented bv Edwnrd Rankin. Their I Muster honif near Ciab Orchard Is with her ty and one Irom the cpunty Waynesburg Deposit Rank .1 M ( oilier. Senior Warden. at large. v and one ol the most .prominent jouny, .j.,, ((I fnc training retlected great credit upon parents, heie. The delegates ns then chosep' . at clone o; luul-- i .'ill- - rosier is " men ot tne Oil) P .1 KlnR Junior Warden. working of XWiuaWlrc. Iv Mss Jackson who has been 1. II. Thompson sold a bunsh or Su Miss Hnttle Jelfries Is visiting, re- I unanimous vote were as follows: ,,7. H ailkinson, Secielaiv vvlh then' so ralthrully' nei UVfOllhei, SI 1910. of the most" beautiful' girls of the; pound shoals to Ceo. O. Spoonamoro Miss Jack-sol- i lallve.i ,at South Fork. RESOURCES t Countv at large Clarence E ,Tatr ' J T Itedd. TreoRuror. Kill Cliy is teacher or expression in the 1 oun Cl.'inde Singleton leave Tuesday (i ii: 2 at 7 cents. J. W. Aker delivered nnd dhN'ouiiti 1st Mag. DIst John U, Foster, She Is thu daughter ot Mr and Mrs.' a huncluof shnats fo It T. I.unsford, Stanford High 8chool. ' J00 UO ' Crah Orchard Lodge No 108 I.O.O.F4 llonds lorlulsviile to visit his aUter Mrs. 'M Mr - l)lalf'iMi , Ml 2 John Fletcher. Noble (Jinud O V Nuckolfi, and Is well known and sold some'tlmo-agStanford may well reel proud or flendtlx Hayes. -, . j.at S cents. " 3d Mag. DIst. David Adams! 11.602 01 Hue (join N't t Hanks lie schools in nil departments of Walter Dodgers, Vice ISrand popular heie where she has visited .MIms.-I.ouia Singleton nnd wlfehavlng SJ-- ! .. Holtrclnw of Gilbert's Creek tilt rn. m.i c I'M km hand 11 Secrctury. She will bu II. UronniiRh, 011 their work. toieiul occasions. .nlij their lares, left for rCc.l-i- i Ar IUiwIiie house nod lot... J . ir,5n on visited Mm, J. 11 Thompson. ijlr Foster was elected chairman tit '"'T ftveiiin nv'K cordial welcome to Stnn Klein ruinmliis. Treiosuier KArid Wire oud rlxtiujj,. . J. 1,111- 4ft "rov, Qkla.. Saturday vl.''re they wift the delegation XV v understand that Mr Elmoro if Alter ruither f Toid a hrr permanent home. INU I lUfc OF 8ALL alx Ktotsx S.it lftlil :susths their future home make Their slon, tho meeting adjourned, dlsciw JL. recently sent to the Lexington ajy? .i: vt a 'oollee- ft and taxo FOLEY'S KIDNEY PILLS Lincoln Circuit Court place wish thein much ion or friends at this linn from this place, is now 111 of An. imifc Ih nttlnn. inilclr In results nbout 17.50 being takeu-it- fi ' to " Geo. Burton etc., l'lnlntlffs. vs Jas, Bticcess. ju(j,.'i : i(s.nL medicine for all kfdno nnd pueiinionln help dcrrnv tbe expenses of the dele- For Magistrate l ll'iitoi', etc.. Defendants. LIADILITHiS: It. D Goorh Is with his parents gates to Lexington llilnnder dgorden. Mary 0 Abbott. i .4 ; In obedience to a Judgment render .1 '.00 if H'olfehQip. .N Siirplits mnd "I ns tirrilci ed In the above styled court and no- for n few days. PARSON'S POEy A.GEM. ,1". 000,no mj whi, n u,iilBcaso of ,rln'inn.itism. FRIENDS OF COL. CHANDLER ARE CMlillBl Wllllant Long jr Cynlhlar.a has retion nt the November erm, 1910 the . 2.2S7 fio.due to liilc'neld Dint my kldnovi full- I'nOlviideil SAME HERE. URGING HIM TO RUN. Kriiui Kev .11 StubenvolL Allison. unnenognea commissioner win on turned 'home after his brother K. T. . 4" 1CS "?((.,! ' IndlvWujil win in ,iini out ol my blood A Mississippi editor makes this an- I.I., in pinlse bt Dr. King;' N'ew I.I10 Ii'iig at this plae. Monday, January 9tn, 1911. mi IniiiM In nn feet, joints and hack .i penj to dollnpuent subscribers "j "Klsh ji'id.o-I handler the popular auc iPllls. The're such i health necessltv County court I J Col that Ii wuk ngony foi me to step Little Miss Mary hllzabuth Nash down In your dny at 1 o'clock 1 M., In cvcr home theso pills shorn ue pocket and dig up dust, I'iK'irliloO nroril nnfouni and lls J rolov'v Kldnev Pills Mr thre tloneer wiu in town Saturday, get' In front of thn court doqr in ,$i2S7Cn dajs wleu I was nble lo ret up nnd ting luadv or Chrlstu.a. Newn haul If other kinds vou'vo tried in vain, Stantoid, Ky.. sell at houe outrv of the D. & V Institute Danville the editor Is hungry and the paper ,itH) irroks earninis. public CHI- DH KINtJ'S . home Prhlny to spend Xninn ldsjiwed ol lis follows move alx ut nnd the pains were iM) to the highest nnd best bidder on a rnine nhout to bust We've trusted you for out. that n. number of close nt Penny's Drug store. riionttis KviwiiMis for last This great clinnge In condl. credit ofs six months, tU following: with her parents Jir! nnd Mrs. W. T 1ever.1l monthK and did it with a 4one (.". 7 tifld taxH pnhl I fortnight I owe to Kolev s Kidney IMlls nnd trjends nro'urglnK htm 10. mnko tin In Lincoln cou'n rinnmrnn nftcr spendrng' tion rel estate I will bttinil tho Hawkins Konn bull rvilnn th0 compliment "nch;il to BHrplns I r d ion on tv, y . tow It roeonnnend lliein to anv one sufior ia;o for tnnglbtrnto, In tho Cuib Drch- w.th relatives here relumed to their E""le- - 80 1" nt VI to Insuic II. W. 'Injurs, Stan nivriTowi ,vo K'i n''i r-- ' ing as, have." Shusars & Tannoi. c,m Uust m ,or " wle- - Ul,r w"e "Hogjunliii; at a stakq, cornRp home Inst week. ' nru Magistral jirvclnct at Ui nwlf0) Kl)(e Na , .!' CantHt to tin nnffvld ance. HI nun Let and John BH5Hfl Kllus dockings and baby Harmon nnd family will movo,fcl)e neod 8" :,S1 rtS J2.2S7.C0 eoimt olettion niiu 11 is etf pmUl nreojlil W C" polus to a, theiioe S '! tnsfl A BARGAIN. 1 Stnu. 7ti 1 't acres of land In Lincoln ci to their- now home which he. pur- ryeds a dross; JIjihiiv heeds some Siutn or that Col ClMudldr i ivlng the mat.' lu Hover's line, thence 8 73 Wi- WJ2 ESCAPED WITH his LIFE foni. treecliQs "luid so do Kate nnd Dess of the nbov tv lev Mento4h pole to u stako, thence N S'S y chased at Perryvillt:, yils vvsk. IUh rrloudH About Ml aires of lino tobacco ter some eousidomtloii. i.ameO bunk, da holAmflv suotir that bind, and M ' Tviiitj-onK Hud 'is on tho log train, nnd Peggy i'enrs ttgo I fiiced tin lo N'nneo's line, thencu N 7.1 aer.t or tine bottom, iiy tjiat Col. Chmidteis aeqiinJnlanc , t'w tilwno taeUiHit Is true lo the land, (lood tobacco bnrn 31XtK--l- S loath," writes .Mrtt. It U ,Mr with Nanco's Hue to the . n ,, -.. - awful U nick with grief; good koju. almigh -and hulhif belnfc h axienslve nnd hlfc populnrt- tin. Port Hxrrklsun. C- C. "Dooiori- - conlulnlug 'v .! I aens of nvy Itnowl'-dn""" liet (TXMI.h l ffeet to eae This barn Is new Din t 'i INTUMIl. rnnur heiiVg to jnlvorfcl hn vtotild moiie jbAlU J had coiihunijitlon and tho Tne purthssti will he reaulied .to two of the most .daring nvlators, veto ty, can't you give a itiajirtier Shell buildings are old. Uood cwinro ror uu rtbed slid nwvfi to bofoi&'Uic er JS.5O0-SeI toHtIy Uillcd by fulls from their out those, nickels nnd 'turtti loose the Iwnd wtth pers nnl sMrjlKSJip strong .andldate toritul coiirIi lad looiied ile it, tuie Uh Price 31st day of Komeoue to make iiuinov. I McCurty. tin. vxreedlngly bt V- ii'v M'lnti-- h Ui priveu uj uie oroni'oncT.lli.Bes.-iiuimlinl,dmiM, turn 'em loose nful whlstl or W Suturduy , 1. It Huhe t,,c dmwnu to nominate nnd It u (: or, Cloik run !iVa: bt ml betiring six inr ccut. nuiy'est ni m' 1''i. 1'itlHl'ep II y,I wo'lb have belter tlmc ther " ", l( lu'llrvtMl that It he decides lo jimlca (hn ,r1(1t,r,u.t i,f. tho, i OBv commls iloto In twin date ol sale havlnsthhTfnict" A Sprained SIlKte .W III usually die and be lower v. ill ENDS WINTER'S TROUDLEk lf.ituio on tb' bosom I''H . lit j il.i- - race ho vuii irnvo no opposition ijet rgotuwn. r S c. for u vnpi urn ,.,..! ..rf., f j- hi.liruianl nniltfrtftli, r .,,., .1 ... I.,.., i....., "lo mm winter Is tt neas n oMiwi-V'h. J. AV our ifr. riiena mivwwi tixiiri.il Ii.. Urn on tlie land uoliL. Ihe uuir uir iwiin lirrssin forto three or nt ,. until., .mil wn',1 .linba tlu r....uu- noiild &t ii" mllri. Um the nomination, ! !" lack of . .1 till four Weekjl, TllH if dUO The frort bltKMi toe nt Mniule vlm. h rtldon. '! 4 ,1.1 Doa't 111 ...! iiih ...uHltlinu When lu))M ! IWlpIs H'.l H' uffiha Sn? .ol" l'WIr trot.HiL am.lletl n Chwnher tjve If e had luUf a chance conoto nit i'im , ... .!,- - 1iaT. "S,1iui.,ii-- iMiredl Aiain ii.miii'm. .; i "fi.I?'u.ul" may bjCIhiW cur,, scr.ev. rm hu latns liniment is iw that old story, long TH E LOOK FO iu nv-- Laiiiay I litre mj life iohU'ih liii.rv un iay Jiu iicvnsuj This or lo af felted '' iieny!yfN"7.Fi till the (.. execution of "a b"Ur by her liniment is In three the frnir days. mosi fcl- -u .bout tnkitm Mn4.A,t s tiiMi, , fJ Juu-- j 'I cjjro. IU uMBvolr or tf-distWciln lb. tliite Vlucklm'H ArnlSi SAlv" foiSfflStjrhA'11111 . one ot ..0,0 e best and ,. ,UJ S V . . III In I III V Will fell ..innimn. ' "is-- " v5wr' llulll "" i "" leuuirkabl? prepamUons'.m ,ust. boia oih iiirt . Thin ii..noini.nr 10I ). Ni.llB Belli i' wlthiftl CUen tl.l . mvlnces; Otealoid henlor Tone II i SgitliKth pWPto wiua . lieu oildj!' sM-M,T iTrtnl bmiif rre,r. ni wn. iyS'joiMf w pmlns. Ul .s,.H. l:ciina nnd m.- l'lur In thfnKlon dow bylaw iloni-amh'lVP K. S. ALCORN7Atty,.foPrJlff. ,' have'hlm. gtor. : . ici'A at iVnny's k Stoiv tiMjie Sb'ignrN S Tjdiic brides ever tq leave, ..r vrr.. tv.A nnn won i n"'lll,P hpIJ at tno hoUB nn, ' Iler 'J 1 Mn.. -- run-uln- ' ll 1 entire-Communi- ty Flock-chkH- c. Ptiit' - N,"iW;.,nr: h d - :t rt .- i't". l, i i - nu two-year- s to-s- rrJry a"t S: prf-he- , ii 1 j , 1 J"""' -1 - over-loade- 1 lli-ll- ( 'tyjd 2 UM-nlrit- I r;,.. 1 -- ' ! - ' . SSI' tl.,nf il t 'J 1 -- n 1 - 11 1 iiiiui-sum- lntiv ihi - - c 2 .. - . .. ,'.,. ..u.,. dii-H- e - - V Ik-s- T J ' ' wL lllrflgj ".. " WWi".'- - - '" ,.,u,, T Di-u- 1 K ! ',t - . J j 9 ' a M .Vvi-- ' i THE STANFORD, KENTUCKY INTERIOR JOURNAL. FRIDAY, JANUARY , 1011. LIVER he Interior Journal. Established 1872. CONDITION OF THE Crab Orchard Banking Co., rjiiu Banking PLOWS U HELTON VEIIY 3AUFLEY TUESDAY AND Publisher Fill CAY POLITICAL ANNOUNCEMENTS Ormlratta The Oliver Plow Trade for 1910 was larger than any previous year. Another New Stock for 1911 has just arrived. I For Circuit Judge The Interior Journnl In authorized to announce Charles A. Hardin as n candidate for Circuit Judge of the Thirteenth Judicial illstrlat, nt tho lull, election to bo held November, subject to tho nctwn of the Demo- - House and Lot Furniture anj Fixture! Due From Banks Cadi .... ... - Crab Orchard, Kentucky, 3 1st, 1910. $3,61112 264 90 At the Close of Business December RESOURCES: $57,282 I.W8 1.500 1.500 7.340 3.533' S9 SHOES SHOES You can with safety wearlpatch ed clothes or an old hat, but never can you in safety wear any thing SHOE these but a FIRST-CLASwet, cold days. A good shoe is Dryer, more com fortable, looks better and 'is much cheaper in the end. We firmly believe that nocne can show you as good a stock of work shoes as can h we, in regular 9;inch, top, in both tan and or black at prices from $2.50Jto $10. The best that machinery can produce. S 6-inch; i Cross Earnings M 1910 UndnioVd Profits Totl P a" BUY THE BEST W. H. HIGGINS. STANFORD, i KENTUCKY. MR. FARMER: Mmke your horn u modern for your family u a ice, eoca, and place yourself in position to get the latest market quotations it any Unas. This can be accomplished by means of our telephone sen 'ice which you and your neighbora can (ret for a tarn that is small compared with fthe beaefita reoeired. Call or address our nearest office or write direct to wadqaartera, Nashville, Tenn., for information regarding our special "Far laaers' Line" rate. If you an not at present enjoying telephone service, we immediately interest you. Our linea corer the States of Kentucky, t Tennessee, Mississippi, Louisiana and the Southern portion of Indiana and tnimois. , EAST TENNESSEE TEL. 4 TEL. CO. RURAL TELErHONES. t (iKroaroBATKDi FIRST NATIONAL BANK, STANFORD. KRNTTirFCV IGAN1ZED IN 1882. CAPITAL STOCK, J5O000. SURPLUS EARNED, $22)00. HAS PAID IN DIVIDENDS, $2Jt500 Conbinci Absolute Safety with Satisfactory Serrice. Modern Safety Deposit Boxei for Use of our Customers. We Solicit Your Account. IRECTORS. F. Raid, J. H. Baoxhman. S. Hocker, President; M D. Elmore, J. M. Pettut. Harris, Si T. H. C. Baughmaa, J. F. Cummins, H. C. Baaghman, Cashier. S. T. Harris, no. C. Robinson, W. W. Saunders, lad. Bookkeeper E. C Walton, J. S. Hocker. J. R. Harris, Bookkeeper W. H. MurpHy. t; " 1 OFFICER. If. people at LouisWo do not believe is like that the State Committee was con cream. ti oiled by any man or set of men with any purpose In Uew but to give the it democrats of Kentuckj a full and fair opportunity to register their choice it iPITAL $ 50.000.00 for governor, without belnc compli SURPLUS $ 50.000.00 c tod bv any entangling alliances, If 3URCES $340,000.00 the candidates for senator woulu H. SHANKS. PRESIDENT1 W. M. BRIGHT. CASHIER. FOH fULK BT ALLDtlCGOISTa more noise about v hat B. PAXTON. ASST CAH niaKo a little they are going to do to help elect nam a4. DIREOTORSt the stato ticket till? 'all and not so Sb4 lfc.. Barton of fpe anj UUblctcblor rmr Bank and Chlld'a brautlfiil lln k. rf 11. Shanks Stanford; O. Walker, Stanford; much fuss and plnylnR of tho babv ).ch bank contains a Good Luck rnar. W. H. Traiur Jlit"rr Creek; J. B. Paxtrn Stauf !; because they didn't get Jubt what SCOTT & DOWNK. 409 Peul SL, New York ' act 1L L. Huhbl Lancaster; Geo. W .Carter Stanford; thev wanted, the democrats of the W. H Shitks Stanford; Stanford: A. T .Nuuno'li-WRITE ME FOR PRICES W. !I. C state will be inclined to faor then, Ll'burn Gooch Gilberts Creek. Preichcrsrlilo: T. C. Kankln Lancaster; much more kindly when the time comes to consider their claims. tho ville last week. Tho Danville Advocate tmd n nice little ilt of Its own last week because the Democratic State Kxocutlvij Com mittee did not include n populur vote Utile RrdiKountni for United States Scnntor In the call .May for the stnto primary to be held L'Tth. Now we are most heartily In .1. C. JIAILlSY, CiiN.iipr. favor of tho people decline U. S. Senator, and while they ruvo not the right to do so under the present li.vv, wo believe ns a rule a popular prltnar should lie held to determine the people's choice for this olllee Hut Woman's mott lor!out endowment is the power lo awaken and hold the pure and lioncst tote of the present case la ono In which we worthy man. When the locs it and Hill loes on, think tl.c Stntc Committee did oxuet no one in the wide world can know the heart agony he endures, Tlie woman who sufTers from weak-ne- it )y right in not Including the senator, and derangement of her special womanly When the opship la the primary. toon loaet the power to iway the heart of a man. Her general health tuflers and the lotes ponents of Senator McCreary saw her ood lookt,her attractivenett, her amiability nd her power and preitUe as woman. Dr. R.V. Pierce, ol Buffalo, N.Y., with that the committee would call a prl the auiitance of his staff of able physicians, hat prescribed for and cured many mary, they made a fierce demand for thoutondt of women. He has devited a successful remedy for woman's ail a senatorial call too. Their calcula meats. It it known as Dr. Tierce's Favorite Prescription. It it s positive apecifio for the weaknesoes and disorders peculiar lo women. It purifies, tlona were transparent to all but the refti. latet, ttmiheni and heals. Medidna dealers sell it. No dealer will flgurcrt vriest tyro in politic. They adrUc row to accept a substitute in order lo make a little larfer proSt. tint with Ollie James, an avowed MAKES WEAK WOMEJf STRONG, Johnson man, running for senator, and considering James popularity In SICK WOMEN WEIX. Dr. Manor's PtmM VUxi rajviaa ast rtnmgtkm Stoat. Unr moatern Kentucky, they' could easily Bmiu be-- Li ,i i n give McCreary the double-cros- s One of the handsomest calendars tween Janice and Johnson, or, to us a trite expression "play both ends seen yet is the one neat out by The Nalooal Stockman and Farmer, of against tho middle." Those whs have heretofore been Pittsburg, ru. It will be sent to anyloudest In denunciation or the com- one who will send 10 cents to pay mittee for leaving out tho senatorial package and postage. WHILE VOU CAN call havfr'boen mostly for Johnson for governor, or at least Scofs-Emolsi- tn At TktM IINtolMsty Ltv and r'alnly saw go glimmering their hopes of a combination In the primary Prfcti by which they might overcome tho Us the original has been tremendous strength which McCreary has with the people. They yelled the'standard lorthirty-nv- c Regardless of Cost They Go first because a convention was not colled, for they had relied upon some years. . For Cash to Close Out similar combinations In that to There are thousands of McCreary. And when a primary wa ordered, they saw but one hope so-call- ed "just as good" THE FOLLOWINO IS YOUR LAST left to defeat the people's choice for governor, and that was by forming an Emulsions, but they are AND BEST OPPORTUNITY: alliance of their gubernatorial candi8lngle Gun $ 5.25 date with a candidate for United not they arc simply imi3.75 States Scuator. Single Gun 6.50..... 4J5 Our good friend of the Advocate tations which are never Double Gun 1X50 11.00 sems to have swallowed without due as good as the original. Double Gun 16.00 1?,00 'a goodly portion of the relection. Double Gun 20.00 16.50 dope banded out by OUIe James and like Capital Stock Surplus Unditkicd Profit! Fundi to Pay T ... ... LIABILITIES: 34 00 $3,876 02 00 DISTRIBUTED AS FOLLOWS: 00 Current Eiprntrs for jrrar $1,662 48 83 Bad Dtbti Charged off 78 35 Dmdend No. 9. 6 prt cent - 900 00 $73,004 76 Carried to Surplus 300 00 TunJ. lo Pay Tat 300 00 $15,000 00 Carried to Undivided Profit. 435 19 2,000 00 435 19 $3,876 02 We thank old customers (or then patronage 30000 46,769 57 and solicit a rontinuation of tame, and ntend to 8.500 CO those not keeping an account with ui a cordial tnritaton to do to. We will endeavor lo maVe $71,004 76 tu li aciounli mutually agreeable and beneficial ... Woman's Power Over Man 12-inc- 15-inc- h IT i i H. 3. McRoberts. -- -I I GET YOUR GUN FOh BALEl" Aa i nate aeciaco to ko to a warmer clfmate I will offer my liut,, horn for sale, cantalnleg two acrrs and IC comfortable, houe and alt recesaary outbuiw'lnrs, cistern and orchard, from 8 to 15 years old. Quit ter mile from t)udde;r's mill on Dlx rrrvr, lour miles east of Stanford and four mile south of Lancaster, apply to PROF. J. D. OATSON, Gilberts Creek, Ky. KEPT THE KING AT HOME "Kor the pat year hnvei kept tho King of all laxative Dr. King's New rill;) Inour bortK1 asd tby have Ule proed n ble.'slng to all trar family, rtte Paul Mathulks, of lluffaJo N. but srurc rrniody for atil IJK RETH1ED Have just .come back from City and have a. nice variety of useful tad Orna- de-fi-- itomach, liver and kidney troubles. Only iS ctnts at Penny's Dm Store. Vy. mental Christmas presents. Call and see our goods. G. B. PRUIT, I ii Wear In position to do nil kinds of such as Hloch. and, la tact. w enn mnki Work.thlru from a any nous down ton fenc oat W ri TOO sromptly and s fuarnnti. (Inll nml art our nrlcos workrind mat. your batort you buy rll tnntrlnl at least Moreland Ky They are Ik Cincoln County national Bank Of Stanford Kentucky, SCOTT'S thin milk thick a heavy If you want thin, do yourself with water but dont buy it thin. Double Double Double Double Double Double Double Doubel Gun Gun Gun Gun Gun Gun Gun Gun 16.00 30 00 13.50 12.50 13.50 18.50. 15.00 18.50 12.00 CONCRETING c. .... , 24 50 10.75 9.75 11.00 14.75 11.75 15 25 ru nrst-elas- M .. . PHILLIPS BROS.. Stnufurtl, YOUR .Sliuuld Kj. . VICE-gRgaj- gg BEEESTER' GEORGE H. FARRIS. NEW YEAR POLICY. Stanord, Ky. ON s HIGH GRADE 8 STATE BANK & TRUST CO., ! KY. STANFORD, i 150,000 CAPITAL STOCK President Vice Presidents Cashier Assistant Cashier r LB lnalvldual Book-keepe- ....... Officers: . ... W. L. McCarty. G. L. Penny, J. S. Rice, J. D. Eads J. W. Hutcheson C. Hays Foster S. A. Phillips . . WE CORDIALLY SOLICIT YOUR BUSINESS. II llll Lr1H " TO I IIVR RM WINTER TOURIST TICKETS FLORIDA AND ALL SOUTHERN RESORTS ON SAUB OAIL.V to concede In tte rist. We would. (J Ihk how over coll' the .attention of 7" pj profuh to the that fj Dinner h'KislatUoInct lobbyist the of the !onnl K Standard Oil Company tit Krankfon Is nn unlfiit chaiupion of th ilon As the Hen Johnson lor iroteruor S. O. political ropiesentathe undent nbly faors those cutnlulntatf for of fico most friendly to ills tuahtiT, and It as Den Johnson wonted n convention the ery worst kind, It seems to u that tho discrepancy betueon the above stiteinento Is linpoxslblo ot ex pinnntion. uueis again, tiro. i.anurim f The Smithland Banner published in Livingston county, lets out a great "holler" that the Sandard Oil Com pnn controlled the nction of the Democratic State Committee In call Irk a prtrasry to r.arac a candidate n for i;ovrnor. If that Is no- - und don't believe It is thu S. O. iu rather more Inclined to i;lve the people what BJ many captious critics sj thy want hnn of thttt famous octopus hae beu will SJBJ HANDLE THE BEST MEAL MAD E AND CAN NAME A DELIVERED PRICE ON ANY QUANTITY, ANY PLACE. WILLIAM A. BURNETT, BOURBON 8TOCK YARDS. LOUISVILLE, KY. Kentucky Agency for Owl Drand Established 1901 I COTTONSEED MEAL HIGHEST MARKET PRICE PAID FOR RAW FURS AND HIDES WmI on Ctmailolon. Writs lor pries Hit menMonlag Ihlt Include a resolution to protect from Mm what jou h.ive worked so I can furnish ,, o, h.trd to acquire Unto u, write ,ou KWiR ".'noVt' a lire Inst'rnnre policy which will 1',,lc- - A"J " siialtr o wribt ia; inntionwKTA.ano,, ou Ind.'p.ndpnt ot tho tlr. make lhT. u No man IK lnds:of WsrlaLIra on band at rrasonnblx ltend. To cXfinnt trnrn llr nnil vnnr ritrn mnv . ""- . tome before umifHTMAXanr.Kx houhkh. CUT FLOWERS FOR SALE! iXilSl SSll i,t t to-da-y 8TANFORD, W. S. FISH KY. 1 Kn MrilMAHII. I'HUH. PHOfte 200 HunriM .Ky Fall SBBBBBOBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBH sssssa tssssssssssssssssssssssssssss lid Winter Suitings . FURS JOHN WHITE AND KIDICS ti. My new (all and winter nuip. ire now ready for your Inspection. They comprise tho S CO. SSSmSa. & ab&rRiVsSyHK 'JES&MSISi can suit any oue as to price who has bis clothes matlo to order. A suit made to your iheasuru Is preferable to ready made lothcs. To hare A ami re them mado to doesn't cost any moro than rwjdy uudo. when quality and fit u s wioarr a. In and let ma uu I'aar lutMuurtx fet a oa the market. 1 uiat I FREE 50c Jar of Bring this coupon to our store and do as the ad directs. We will then zivc you absolutely free a full size jar of Palmolivo Cream which we ordinarily sell for 50c cash. You'll find this cream the most delightful tlnnu of its kind ever made. Palmolive Cream ts-t Jouinal has been ko riir torn up iltirlnt' tho past wok utttij moving uiicl of it now prei-H.- ' that wo an ante . Iiitr-rio- r D Jsaaaaaaaaaaaaaa We hnvo a rcfi tilnr siru jar of tho famous Palmolivo Cream for you. It wont co&t ou n cent. Cut the coupon from llto Nov. is FRUIT AND 8HAIOE TREES good health, uicnns ol sanitary plumbing In your Everything for Orchard Lawn nnui.li if you would present your and Gardtl tmniiy with a threeroic blessing, celebrate .Xinns by arranging with W K Write for Iteo Cntalog I". No. Agents H. F. HILLENMEYf.lt & 80NS. Warner mid Co , for n complete sys tern of modi'rn up from colLexington, Kentucky. lar to roof. at Christmas, or THE GREATEST OF ALL GIFTS, un other time, Is This is Insured by IL O. Knploi. UBa cUcal Tailor. W. K. WARNER, T.(re iod. ssss aa sh aBHaasWSBS GUnford, Ky. J,L.Beazley&Co., J. C. McClary, 'Ww " vu fileiuU will overlook any dclloieticU' In this issuu. I sues ot vjoou . ' ' HI N. GOOD RCTURWINC UNTIL MAY 31, 1911. MU MKTIMaIS, WU m UN MT PIN ft CKattUT MOTE, C KBMt, Paaataiar sa4 Taskat Afttrt. 101 E. Ula St, LCXINQTO.'. KY. Here's soinqthlng good for I J., real ers: The ('liiclnintl Post dallv on year; the Inlet lor Journal ono j oi;r and tho I'osI'm beautiful l'Jll Wood-- ! laud Calendar all for SI' 50. This of fer is good f on both new subscribers aud old ones who renew. The Calendar Is a h'uut?4 while most everyone Tipers are. This knows what Is a bargali ur subscription to the Inter at oa cs-- Housckccpinc.PacificMontlily.RcJ Book. Woman's i lomo Companion, LsrJ.cs Wcrl J, Undo Remus' Ma.-azinDec. issucsof People's! lomo Journal, Delineator, Designer, New IJca, Blue Book, Green Book. Nov. 19th Collier's Weekly. Nov. 5th Saturday Evening Post. Nov. 6th Illustrated Sunday. Majaiine an J Associated Sunday Magazine. c. lis cn tircly new SSsas1aYSaaajaaaaaaj and has f- - 4 en. Undertakers and Embalm, Also Dealers in all (he quality of 1 Blmoltvc Soap, the queen of all toilet soaps. Look in the mattatinea for tha coupon. Bring it to thia store. DRUG STORE will eacliange Tnej Furniture for UnJ4trtakr and Imbmer TAWFOHO, 1(7. all KiadU oi Block. CHt. tfcwa a Call. Prices Right - Y- - PENNY'S ( KENTUCKY Office PaUiC HOSBO 'PftOM . V l T-- fJ -- ijAjnt"F tk: 'Wwi rjr WNf FRIDAY, JANUARY 6, 1911. V The Famous R&sb X the Lamp of Real Beauty because it gives the best light of all lamps. '. he Rayo gives a white, soft, mellow, diffused light easy on tho eye because it cannot flicker. You can uso vour eyes as long as you wish under the Rayo light without strain. The Rayo Lamp is and low-price- THE STANFORD. KENTUCKY INTERIOR JOURNAL. Iteport ol the Condition of tho Liibarikn and Hubble nold to W L. SHORT LOCAL NEWS Hudson, of Atlanta, ,.K miilen nt 1210 IANK OF MOREUND .Mr lludnon bougM of tin) IMrttircd. (io to Itowlnnrt for good each rr Floyd of Miiatontllie. J4 tiiulen at J20f doing bualneaa hnd cheiti picture" only 60 cent In the town of iloren Krunk lonllcr .Moreliiiid, county or Lincoln, Stnto For Sale Iteatnurnnt, bakery, noda of Kenturk), nt tho eloso of business on the I'.th day of December, 1310. I I'd mighty cold driving now. See fraintnln etc , living room Above. A RESOURCES. our (Ino line ot lap robra, utorm good aland nnd uplendld buHncR Loaiia and Discounts $:tS,Ki0 07 front)!, cnrrlngc heaters ncd coal. J. Tne plaro la well furnlhlied and tho Due fium Hanks . . 3,777 SI C. McClary. grocerlia elgnin etc, are new ctunl I'nsh on Hand .. 2,011 08 itock of ("lurks, Cnih Items and exThla In n good chance for aomo one change foi clearing 10 00 .. ror Sale Small stock ot dry Roods to make good money J'or ftiither TM 90 Pnsecured poll- notlone, RrocerlPi, nnd two life pnrtlculnrR aec L. It. Ilughe or W f. fiirrent Kxpens(s nnd Taxes lies Addrrsa. J 11. It. Ilox i:il McCnry, Stanford, Ky. 75 41 Pilil Crnb Orchard Ky. Heal ftstnte, S2.MXI.S4; Furniture and Fixtures, la the beat protirrlptlon Ilia "Wanted to rent n hoiife of 4 or A 3 10K si fl.t7l.iS; total Apply world haa eter known for dlatnrbcd rootiiH In Stanford or lclnlty. to A C. Uonnclt, Logan ncnuc. upset atomacna, nnd tint, bdchliiK'. Total flM7 14 LIABILITIES. lieort burn, ncld stoiuncli I.envlnoea 'at itnl Stock paid In, In child of Mr. nnd nnd blllousnom nt Pcnn's Drug atom Tho . each .$1.1,000 00 Mm J. C Ilurko fell nunltitt tlie heat-liit cents. They are guaranteed Surplus. n'J5.0T; undMded wna bad-- l stove at tlioli home and pinllts, JOROSS; totnl UIC S" Mi'iHmlts on which Intemst I biirned about the rIM.t hand i.nl All taxes unpaid for IWIrt muat ! not paid $!.3'io:,7; totol .'So.J7 rm. rottlcd at once or property will bo Illlla payable . i;,06 00 ndu-rtla'nnd sold to winery same. Total ... . $411,8)17 14 have been rwtltnt and hare given lletiirn Lost. Smiill iiockot bible I. tin- tj Francos C'onnluey, SUmrord, Ky, nil the tlmo permitted by law W !. nbotet'hns. Wllholte, docashier ofswoar solomnly named bank, Mcfnrty, Shellfl. timl the nbote statement Is true to of my knowtodvi and the or Clmnilier I lie peculiar propertio - On nrcount of the bust '"HAS A. WILHOITK. Cmhter. I'Pr Itent been thor- lalliK (.'ouch Itemedy havo uliHcrlbeil and sworn to before me I will rent mv store with a nlco miRtily tested durlnB epldemlcn or Hi hum rooms kitchen and nt f 'i irles A. Wllholte. this, Jflth dn when It wn tnken In duelling ot four lluenm, and 0 P PIltJITT, nnd front ponh nnd a fine cis- or Dfi ember. PM0 single time we hnre not hoard of aPenny' hall si tne door. A good twrn tlnp Net ii Public Mj v commission tern Sold by tun, or pneumonia anion and all ncccssnr. mitbulldlngs plies Inn 2fi. PJI4 linn? Store. Attest T A King, (Jeo. W will rent nt n bargsln nt llartwell, K Clisey county A tine place for husl lliinn M Leo Pipes, Dirts tors. (' Allotds poultr) pa)a h'je i.ess. Call on or wrltp to I. W. PadA Hcxrt of the Condition of the lirett woll. He lias r.O hens and gett k Son. KIdd's Store. during the month of December they Wavnesburg Deposit Bank, T W lltitehfson will offer for sn.i 1..1.1 ti. ,ini.i! ocn which sold fol 30 In front of tho court house county court (lav a lot of household goods doing business In the lown of tents per doen. Wnines nnd a good team of horns. burs, county of Lincoln, state of Kentucky at the close o' business on the Lost. Dig black ticwfoundlntid do; Ktli dav or December, 1U10. As executrix of the estate of Miss I will on court day bout two weeks ago Hew aid for Hhoda ta.ni.tord. Resource. nt 1 o'eleck P. M.. JANUARY !'th 19U eturn to John Wenlzel, Ottenhcim. Iianf and dlscouns . ..J 14,742.72 27 following bank stock: U S and othei bonds, Ktocks, sell the National Hink; 2 shore i and securities 500 00 t will seJI at auction on Saturday, Duo rrom In Lincoln County National Hank and banks 7,292.8' H aharea In the Slate Hank H Jin. 7h. 1811. nt 10 A. M., Miarp t Actual cash on hand 3,098,21 Trust Co , of StarJotd. Ry 1274 55 Uiunrnlns' fumlture store in C?ab Oi Overdrafts MATTIB V. KlllHY. Ks's. .. J C0.K. 334.70 Unsecured.. rhard a lot of bedsteads, rmittresseo, . Current exporues and tase household and kitchen furnlture.etc Paid S19 51 J. P Chandler. Real estate J2,b50 Tbe Rreatoit danger from Influenza Furniture &. nxL J111.45 4.4K1.4T. w of Ha tiultln In pneumonia. Thisa For Kent. Nice four room rottagt can oe obviated by uatnr Chamber-Uln'ToUl I6U4S40 Cough Remedy. su It not only o texxi en ill en and Vim, tendLUbllities cures lnflenia but contracts any pneu- acre? grass lot, situated on my Urn Cnpltl paid In In cash J15.000 00 ency of the disease towards three tulles from Dantllle on Dan Surplus 11,600.00 undivided monia. Som by Penuya urns Swre. pronts J2.H1.2S; total... 3.741.25 W. S, title and Stanford pike, Deposits on which interest is 133-- 1. Andcibon and Mlwi Minnie, Tewroey, Phot. paid $2,500; deposits on which Interest Is not paid Maupin. u povular yon couple of tt In 1H11 1 uin cctnpctlrd to do a . J40.0OS16; toUl deposits 420R.i:. r tlon, wer mrrled Dtx rh-cKtrtctly cash business with all. Many Wednewlay ix.cmi:r ZSth, 1910 b) . rotJ Olllock, $61,249.40 They tuve thank's lor pat favors. State of Kentucky; County of LinHev.. J T. Chssteen. S mucu rturtontille. Ky. coln, Set I, Stanley Mcintosh, Cashier tnny friends who wish them of the above named bank do solemnly happiness. that the above statement la Catarrh Cannot Be Cured wlUi LOC1L UTLICATIONS. tr Ovr miM rmti true to the best ot my knowledge and driving maw t Vkr curiae. CUrrb la Moo4 M ml-lnuft- j belief. U ml STANLEY M'INTOSH. For Sale. Hincy ui order u rnr H 4mt. aad IUH1 dlarrh Ctirrywii Biut ntlt UXro Kin old not atrald of auto and safe UWU rrmnliAL dtrrrtlr upou Ibr Noo4 ao4 mioouf Subscribed and sworn to CashlKr.me before weight -- 'i0 poundi. urtarML M ftrta CalAnb tir sot ommA VUp 2 fa hogs, vuit by Stanley Mclntokh. this 23d day of rt rfMcrlbM tr oor of ibc brt ffcrUA4 H C. Anderwin. la tk rvntrr for yfn and If rrjrula rfrworfpuoa. cvo'niocr, i:uu n. n. UOOPEUt, Clk. each. It la tesrarl of tb wt Uifllra kDWB, Asnblnrd bv W. V Camden. D. C My comrals 1t lha bMt Mood purlfirra. artuui dtrmfy ao tba "- tIM Tbr prrtm Kicana vurUrra. Wednesday, Dec -- S. a er twa tnxrrdwiu la wtat produrra rombauOaa wf ra- - slon expires in 1914. atKh odrrul Ijst correct Attest H. Y. Hallard, 1 for tht. nm it rurlAC jraurtn. rtrod ixi wlaaawiiia. Trr. was gien b eno)iibli itHlal r riii.MTY rna. iFavda.O. li. tJooch, R. Curtis, Directors. Christian hndeaor ot the Crulstlan Seal or Druitru. Drtra ?V. ronalrpaUao. TM 4U1T I amlly run ur t HeKirt of the Condition of the church Mb Kmma IU)s. presld.-uMrs Will fceterauce was very pain of vhe Kndeaor for the past term, Crab Orchard Banking Ct- pioved quite an efflclent leader and fully injured last Sunday as result every on- - iwl welcome Altei a tnll while Inspecting tho new re iTi-ldoing hiiiinesa kpeclal mu.slc dime which Mr and .Mrs Wll Orchard, county In the town of Crab ii plensnnt social hour, of Lincoln, state oi and dellRhttuI retrthements addoa Shank? are hating erected on Logan Kentuekv, at the close of business on the t.ltli day of December. 1910- Mrs. Scterance was wn of the oenln atenne. much to the Resources. jug across some of the open tlmbeis. Loans and discounts $5S,909.41 when she blipped in some manner Due from banks. . ! 1.5S3 "2 smoking to tato herself from Aitual c.Kh on hand and in 3,424 2 0 n bad fall, tbiew out her shoulder Otrdralts Secured $1.0SJ..-)$ 771 71 1.S.15 21 Cnseuinsl wlili li cnught the the shock. Mrs. next county court day On Severance was compelled to take to Ciirrei.t expenses nnd taxes 1,733.32 paid .. hf-MONDAY, JANUARY ih, U'll bed as a result of tho aci iilei $1,500 Ileal i state . . H lixtures Jl.'OO 3,000 00 snle at public outwj nnd will suffer for eomo time I Furniture will orfer dtvir lit seteral of the leaders ot her memIn front of tbe com l houi-$70,510.73 Total to hate been st to tho highest and 'best ber are Sinnfonl, Liabilities P rour A .! blddn, at ..'.'i.. '1 Caplt I sfck paid in in cash $15,0C'0O0 houstj i.nd Surplus .. $1,700.00 ,L, tho following FOR SALE OR RENTI A house and lot situated f lot J acre larm on good pike and near I'ndlvfdcd prollts $3,332 49 Is :,,X 49 Deposits on which Intel est 1 lit th lown of Crab Orcharu, Ky., tho good town story cottage .. not paid $35,S6n.79 Total $35,&5.79 nouse being a modorn two ntoried, rooms below nnd two nbote, two fcood Duo to banks 112.45 building containing 10 rooms barns and nil other nccihsarv out Notes and bills rediscouiited frame $7.iii'0. bills payable $7,500 and is one of the most desliable resl buildings. Plnce well watered and 14,7,00.00 Total This fenced, in splendid commjnlty and dencs in Crab Orchard, K bj will sell illeap Noith $70,510.73 See L. It. lluthes ir "unit thus bounded Tntil Statu of Kentucky; County propert) contains u spltudld gulden oi w L Mccarty, Stanrord, Ky. . Set. I. J. C. Halley, Cashier acrc- a good oicliuid, i.li.I of. the nbote named bank, do 5np pike; South by Klm Cluippell As an executrix of the estate ot swear that the aboe Htate-lac-K. Per Mlt-Hhoda Lunstord, I will on court Street; Kast by lands or is true to tho best of my knowl Huch day at 1 o'clock P. M, Jan. 23rd 1911 edge and belief. West by lands of Jane J. C. HAILED. kins Cnshler aiinn. It Is the sanio property that In tront of the court house door In Subscribed and sworn to before me Ky., sell the following is now occupied by Dr. V J Ixlmlston b I. C Pulley, this 27th day of Do bank stock: 4 shares in the Nation- cember. 1910. JOHN EDMISTON, No ns n residence. TeiniH made known when the pro-- al bank nnd 15 shares In the Citizens tnr Puhlie. My Commission expire Mat tie Jan 21. 1912 National bank of erty is offered for sale Pel kins, V Kirby. Kx IS tlhConed Attes- t- W, h Directors Cur GEO. HIGGINBOTHAM. Co or. J. II. Collier, s 1 a . 1 Im'-- 3 A n Resolution Mad Judge Wise: tf W w4 i$ 44 f . r& J-W 1 d, (V even though you pay $5, $10 or $20 for otner lams, you msy get more expensive decorations but you cannot get a better light than the Kayo gives. A strong, durablo shade-holdholds the shade on firm and true. This season's new burner adds strength and appearance. C Once a Rayo User, Always One. , Dttkri ff t1 It Jrmrt fill hr Jnr1fii low-priced er tVn-y- r, once received a pVr of shoes with these instru:-tions,"sa- ys .saaW " 'it V r- Tho Standard Oil Company (IncorporattJ) Hpoclal tuutiliiln prim for school tin 75 contu, 11 nnd J I I'd nt I'etinj a Drui Btore i? ,' PERSONALS. Mr J ' lUyn hmt bon ront.nml to ila. tin Ix'd with crtp for John Downer, of Cincinnati vrpi. hen- - v It Ii friends during, Chrlstmnf n. Clunncu J Slpl of Ixindon, hern on biulneM lniit frt oil UUrtk Ih MIm Olll. I'htlUp Mllle tlir ttrallTe RUrt of Mlrr -- dtp. Wllkltmon Mr, Nannie U'codjt Kitchen and T. Mecrloe Mr. nd Mm. reDtn Mlm Sue Taylor Knulruuui attended with. bl rBt wrml a dunce at Harbour Hie during the It-rholidays. Mamlo Wad of Corbln ponl Mb Mrt John II. Footer (hurmlnjly W lth iMr, nd Mtn. Uy a few ot her friend on but It Land. Friday afternoon at her pretty coun leturnwl bomc Uv homo on tbr. Knob Lick pike, in Mm V. W. Wad k""1Im: Xmw .iUj ber parroU honor of Mn. John Saa Ownlcy, Jr, Mr. ind Mr. 0 W. who came up from Franklin, wher oum wl rrtf. bQ U MpendlnK the winter, to be with Hrv. Klt- : holhl.yi. wUh hla Mr. during the holldajn. Mn. lloontllle. here and OwW in quite k prmU nor HlRfcland. v her Irt'Odn her a hearty Mr. W, T. Dart, of MMHUmm W. U and J. tbe fcTt holiday. A Uttle rnejwlne content, which eon M McOarty'for lb ot qucirtkma anawrred by tiam-lnj- r '. Oftltcy, of OtUimIo, (It-Mr. ntluhr In ttnbroldery. wa vWtin rtUtlvw in tb ui lutd-'.pone of the irueiit uc Ed. Camnrtx, ol HnMirmi.r. cesled In nimwrrlnK all the rjueatloim 1V fMna "' lh v,w-i- r without help 9f all the othern the wju. ino altrucUvr KU prlrf. a tUintf,, little work bag. wan on Monday. CftOfxT of honor. Mrs. to the tome rrr.MTjti-l !X Tbonuui H Sluuiku JayK Owsley for ft tf Irom'Columbiu.. IS. IVIiphtful ufrehmenu SnAV. inothir. Mm. Hb hi nt th conclusion of the content. quit- - 111 ho has Otiku r l always a most at Krlp tor about ...rr Mh Wood polfoa jnd huMivxH but on thla occasion ih)u Ik Improttnj; mpWly. hi" tractive He (be at her be.t and eerjone Ud to know. ttlrodii uU with the charmlnRly nai U illln II SaiiHe) Mr, I n firm a I . to riuirw1.r for OnUtlo Cal monK thou- - who eiiJoed thl month with hi-- brother, Mr hurpitsllty were Mt,dain,-H- : tun. not Kh ,Honn, ihotn I M McKobertn. J N Saunders. V tor :.t yearn I A Tnbble, K llrown. J C Ml.-,.,- , little Mclloberts ot of Ml Ver- Iturh Hold, John Ownlny Held. Jamos t,.. and h"nnlo Spark, Hertw J.iin WmMlc. Pb.dton M. Sail Mo. .1. . non were K"ent of Mfch I S U1'V, Jr, nnd MUa Sue IMiny, tor tN- - iluncf I'rlday niRht Kiids and Mnlly hav.. mo Sin hI to the Smith farm near Lnneait nd iud liurk' nnd Mrn J i.'intnrd lHlted their Hlater, Mm J I Kit by at Lowell during the holl day Mr and Mih A II Haulm aim dilldren, who hue been II tug out on Itiirnl Itoute No J, left lavl week (or Nelftou, MuIiIciiIkvr county, where Mr. Ilil)tln will (Mikiikc In eiwl mltilUK Mm Mary l'ane, of Knoxllle, Tnn , np'iit ChrlntimiK with her brother, Mr J II Orcer and family Mrn, W II Dillon, of lxmdoii, Ii.im with Mr Joneph Coffey for Mr Jnmoii - the Judge: 44 If too small, wash your feet. If too large, wear soxt but be sure to send a check." For Modern Shoes and S Modern Methods, call on CUMMINS & WEAREN dn Jum fhrn 2 84-e- ,,rr Nlor. w-- ' 0)e I'lnlU. re wH-com- Jlo Jan. i, 191 1' Resolved That I will buy my goods from CUMMINS & WEAREN, because they carry the right lines at the right prides and they always treat me right, rfU c e v n Jw Ot-o- d TORE IR THE HOME OF HAHT BCHAFFNER A MARX CLOTHES sear Rt ) vw41-rto- K-- bn Iu w-- r-- d -2 Foi-tr- I- r- - , - nTrnif-ino- ' w-- aii p two ntti-riioo- r 1b', Hu. lnx-ton- I pb'-um- re PUBLIC SALE fr J' If ft 1 Davis Store Wnlker nnd Mr .mil Urt. Herndon. of (iarrnrd. were llorare of Mm J V KUeftH Sundlt The sihool taught b W T. Willie dnlUR CeorRC l'Ninc llor. who l on the USd There nr an line in the dniR btmlnefB In anclti intnrtalninent of speeches by Uiu i Ohrlhtmna with hi nati, cholarH and a general trreat b lie Mr nnd Mrs II. fh.incellor tl.t tncher It soob without tutjlne Mrs John Sain Ownley. Jr. nnd Mtn that Mr White taught tin) school here for neural sntistactorlly to the entire district. liiineH, hae dan with the himband ani lathor t Thete was a grand display of fire The arti hpendlnc tke winter woiks here Christmas night of io rratiklln man candles and sky rockets which New Ian I Mr and Mm T I wedding trip lnt.t iiiado a beautiful scent In the dtrl: from their IH'kM. TlmrMlny nnd aro nt home to their IE. O. Collier ot Somerset, uml lu- Mr K'iRt Main street. filend oti welcomed littlo grand son Hubert Roono aro New land Ih belnR cordially vlidtln? relatUes and friends inn to the city. 'iav" r'c,'lrtl ,n"' '"' , W. I. Chandler suys he Is nahm lor Iiir announcement, which Ih ot rext for tho Rtoom Ih n Lincoln u htunk of ljud luct; in tho luft cout'ty bo. iionth, hating lost two horses, agec Andrew Nathan Johnnoii 2fe Ito and JO years old and nlo hi AtiKtwtn Marlon llalch Mis atoilte dog that no rononublo Married auiount ol inoiie) could bate boiigbt Momltv Dt'eemlior tho Nineteenth Win D) chouse sold a buuccli of Nineteen liunilrod nnd ten lio.ii to I) L. Jones nt 7 cents .Maiden MHiwnchUHetts () L. Joiii'h who lins been laid up A plensant eunt or tho flrt week wttli .k spnilnttl liaok, cnused b of the New Year will l H' wedding honty lifting Is better nt this writ-InI'onter of thlH city to r.f Mr. I!n to MIhb Lalla Nuekols at thu Seol There is soino talk of getting up a baeli hotel, Unila.HI, tomorrow Af telephone line running from this ter a wtddliiK trip to tho south the will ciitno here to niako their lmie, plucu to Crab Orobaid. The pi ns there would he where Mr Foster Ih tho popular ni- - pectH me s0'l Hi 'phonoa. hUtnnt eiiKhler of tlw State puH set el Hlchurd Cbnndlnr is lejololng oter 'Sr. (lie an ImiI of n ftne Ixy at his borne Mr and Mis J N Jitepli Coleman who Is emplii). the fortieth nnnltran ilolujtilKil Hi t iiiclnimti spent Christmas nt of tholr wedding with a iiihii to ewsl of tliotr IntlwaOt iMMlttt (ilniU ml rehtlvtw ThurHl won Sa lie Diane, w ho got shot nc I Vdotiilv In both logs below the kne Ins, lceiiil)r, JOth. 131" to eonurntulate tb bpi i'li a shot gnu Is Hi h ciltlcnl con upon this felleltoiifc ortaHlon wort-M- r dl'Jon and Is thronteiied with lock- Mr nnd Mm ! M V. nnd Mrs. lames T Menefce, MIwjoa and ;ila slat. Fi'.tnk Coleman Nell nnd Josephine Warren, John N Miss Olnrgaret Coleman ot Clnclnmi nnd (Jeoruo (! Mel)'lee Menefee, Jr, nr visiting rolatltcs In this tectum V Tiid Mif .Menefeo were mnrrlr tlar-nrwas ( oifcr-- McKlnney li LI i co'n countv, at the old .Ta"if during Chil tmai lsltlnBrt'latives on the SomercH P'kr T,in nlnri and also to i bis best fiirl. e lia made their home here eer Wood H-- ter Our store will be closed on Jan. 4 and 5 for the purpose of invoicing. www W. E. PERKINS, CRAB ORCHARD, "2" T. W. Humble V! r lo't K, 'I HH-n- pal-mij- A v. I KENTl' l.ltn-oln- mm y R. Hushes mmm flLi.i.aft 7&r' .. W. m f k'' A In-t- happy and prosperous New ji ui 1 is our wish to all our customer-- , 1 BLOOD PO VON Cured by the Marvel of the Century ? Mnof, ctelirtd IIotrt. d d 1 st-t- Drites out blood poison in any stage, permanently without deadly meieury, with pure botanical ingre dients To proto It v.o will send you SAMPLE TREATMENT FREE It jou hnto tilcon, eating sores Itching, humois. swellings mucus patches, bono pains, oflenslto pimples, or eruptions, take B. B. B. (Botanic ne.u All stmpioms Blood Balm). qultkl). Wood Is made pure ami ricn. completely chnnglng tho ontlro body Into u tfk an, lummy contmiou, ownBETSY'S POINTERS ing oter soro and stopping nil aches, tun "Wliai has beiouio of tbe pains uml Itching curing tho worst peddleit who k used to one a" M" Druggists or taso of blood poison by express, f 1 PKR LAKOU HUTTWi utr littlo whllo Mid wink l ll.i'l games on us good house keepers' f with directions ror homo cute our be certain of nlwaya gutting FOR SALE1 money'i; worth and modem metuo my rnrm of I will sell pr'vntely (oUiuiiil 1 recommend Col ley ubout 2M ncres, mile anu nun uu.u We huvo anything you want In can uus Huston llle on Danville pwo. i,nna nr oton rooms nil other neces ned goods and eterythlng is absolutesary Improvements and splendid water ly fresh and pure. We nro head''an cite possession "" quarters; (or pure foods. J, C. NEAL, A COLEMAN, B. B. B. Tested for 30 Years. rGQWANS 2 King off Externals ttluvcr.sally and I i Is (lie ono Sfniiunru preparation oiilliiisiasi!caly-eiitlorset- I by Doctor, Drtiijiiist, Lay- man. G0WANS Cures Pneumonia, Croup. Colds, Coughs, Pleurisy and all ailments caused from or Congrbtion. (low ans I'rt'iur.ttlon h m end of the l.iryi'fit .ml most iutiiCictnri mika if uiiv irt'ihtritioii inrnnl ll'o co Hauler it in our stock womlt rlu I urcex. Till. ML ltlt.1 Y Dlil'd CO., Coltimbl.i.S. BUYTO-DAY- SAM-FAR- . a, July WIioIhhIi) llriiKKiata 11, WW are, who were and who mig. Taat means everybody, We ha creased our already wide circle, tomersand friends. We desire to you for the splendid business ( and we believe the outlook fo is to surpass even 910. We h .; will share in the benefits an.: good times will bless every onr With renewed wishes to all year of contentment and happ during 9 we remain sincere your service for up - to - date Dry G Notions, bhoes, etc. HUGHES, MARTIN & . .. rl It it tt. 1 r 3r r ', 1 1 1 s - ii -- 1 i? Vt Ot'l' .ii ! HAVE IT IN THE HOWE All DryMlaU . MoreLind, K?- - COrFXY Phone lr-- L l. Promt Dllvry. S0WAN MISICAl CO.. DUIHAJM, N. C. laaiMt. Ma mmt wta44 a mi liattht so. vi y uuuus, notions, STANFORD, " . Ui,. KENTU I'enny'ii O 1 1 Vy J X FOUR THE STANFORD. KENTUCKY INTERIOR JOURNAL FWDAY. JANUARY HENRY MeWILLIAMS MO 6, 1911. PUBLIC SALE! THE FARMERS hailing sold the Ht Asaph hotel wo I. M. DUNN, PRCS. H. D. STILES, R.J. S. VAN WINKLE, SECTREA8. J. five nice C. DAVIS ROOK'R A ASST, SEC, jyl FHE PKESTO I llnvlng sold my farm I will on nlso three nnd r yearling Jervey hell-pit- , day. Jnnunry, 10, 1911 nt 10 A.M offer nil fuM blooded nnd fine Block. nt pnlillo ettlo nt ni) resident e on tile Farrls nnd Hardin Stnnford, Aged sorrel mat,, 15 hnnds high lunttlIo mill Hustonvllle pike, 1 mile get to or .Mllletlgttillo, Ky., nil of my mine It) in) plnco. Owner enn nnd irth paying tor this notice tame .1. I Itogers, Cedar Creek, IfMnnlty, consisting of mie brood hor SM nnfu In fool to n aood luck, on 3-- .M I", I.nwrenro i.1 lxirrl I teaf okl luirso, im family horse corn from O. V. Naylor nt $2 de )eafij W, very gonllo, R milk rows, voted. Km Sale. Jon bushel of inlllel .' lwlfew, 1 ywrllng Mor, .M. P. l.u retire, Stniilnrd. K) 4 niter calvf. 2 brood seiws anil It efd No. I. SKI AImi about 100 onrrvlK of tits sltusm. A C Alfonl snhl a sow nnd nine 2 ttlNlt-cot, tdiuu bay ami filter, pig in Ike Phillip V2-- " hate lor sale rhenp Tues cow, pood milkers; ,lersv kp 4(H-r- People's Tobacco Warehouse Company. INCORPORATED. ST--i- 1 b THE PRESTO Contract zble Collar tor Men and Young Men. It is new; it is different. We have this collar on all shades of over coats, Browns,Blacks, Grey and Fancy. Ask to see that New York Style. Sam Robinson, Stanford, Ky Fresh Oysters SLaED in any GTYLE. TJ ""SSTrtML bwm c,.r.w. s s r L V . MMSON, U x R a il w f m vY Sv C'l & (1 ITHIm. PERYVILLE ST., 1 BLOCK FROM Q A C. DEPOT. "Corn nil sod by Mrs, llnni). t'ttcn a grain of corn tnken 'rom .Many persona find themscttes nf tin ginve of a rovtil mumui) hurled frctcd vlth a persistent cough niter over t.iioii vears npo in Kgypt. having mi attack of Influenza. An this couch bei'ii eiubiliued In the indent manner an be promptly cured the like or nnd the ccrn among oher things burl lteincdy. It ed wltn It. .'liamberlaln's Couch blioiild not be allowed to run on until THE LARGEST AND BEST EQUIPPED Ho'uSE FOR LOOSE LCAF TOBACCO IN THE BURLEY 'I he ear Is a small one resembling it becomes tinublcsome. Sold by Pen the ordinary 3weet corn. A few grains DITRICT SOUTH OF THE KENTUCKY RIVER AND THE ONLY HOUSE OF STEEL CONSTRUCION. ny a Drug Store. SHEL. of yellow nnd red corn nro mixed with the other, nnd It Is claimed this TER FOR 50 LOADED WAGONS AND STALLS FOR ONE HUNDRED HORSES. FOR SALE PRIVATELY hi,s caused by th0 pollen Irom other com falling upon the stuilk My farm of 10 i acres near fprouled from the gialn taken from Ky. Good Improvements, all fie mammy grate. Mrs Hardy has trnteled a great necessary outbuildings, well watered deal nnd a good part or Her me W1,s good orchard. and 'WE OFFER THE BEST POSSIBLE FACILITIES FOR SELLING LOOSE LEAF she recently In Louisville MH'iit TOBACCO AND SAM ROBERTS. Maywnod. Ky. built n hnndsome home east of Jeffer son vl lie. WITH OUR SPLENDIDLY LIGHTED HOUSE IT WILL PAY YOU TO COME AND SEE US BEFORE MAK KILL MORE THAN WILD BEASTS. NOTICE OF SALEI ING ANY ARRANGEMENTS FOR DISPOSING OF YOUR TOBACCO. The number of peopl killed yearly Lincoln Circuit Court by wild beat don't approach the Plaintiffs Kill Tn)lor Hodlne, etc. ast numbcrr killed by disease conns r s Clifton Taylor, Defendant No Hie Is sa'e from their attacks PROFESSIONAL AND They're In air, water, dust, even food. to thu In obedience to n Judgment Hut grand piotectlon Is afforded by Lincoln Circuit Couit tendered In the BUSINESS CARDS lectrlc Hitters, wnlch destroy and aoeite styled cause nt its Noveinbe. 1.1 nnirlr inA itirprt line The Cotton Ilelf is expel these deadly dlseaso (terms teim, 11110, the undetslgned commls Irom the system That's whv chills, sloner will on, W P Klncaul It runs two trains, daily, to Texas, throuch Arkansas. C Hays Foster lever nrgue, all malarial nnd ranr.y Memphis toTexas, with through sleepers, chair cars Monday January 9th 1911, KINCAID FOSTER blood diseases yield promptly to this Count) court day at 1 o'clock P. M., I rains from all parts of and parlor cafe cars. INSURANCE blood purifier Tiv them In front of the court house door In j wonderful the Southeast connect in Memphis with these nnd enjov the glorious health nna Stanford, Ky., sell at public outcry to Fire Life and Accident. Cotton Belt trains to the Southwest new strength they'll give )ou. Money the highest and best bidder on a Oltict State Bank A. Trust Co. STANFORD KY. back, if not satisfied. Only 30 ceiits ciedlt of six months, the follow inp Suretv Ponds it Penny's Drug Store. described real estr.te In Lincoln conn- MINKS HOTEL, Kentucky, Lost. Watch nnd chain flnde rrirt No. 1 Near Hustonvllle, Ky. Abe Minks Prop. : Moreland, Ky. New hotel and stable opposite deplease return to Hughes, .Martin & beginning In the center of the Huston V. eachmontli turnpike road. pot Speilal rates to tratellng men vlllo and Stanford Co's store and get reward. M ttty Ion fare V Kteiytliing brand new Single rooms YoweM's corner, thence S 71 nct-et-i r mil im tola C.'i noli-a stont, In the center of I, ,. a? ", JleT.JtftlSV .. .!.. v unuil f n.tn It you nre suffering from bilious said pike toadjacent to the Presbyterl. H. M. N E W LAN D l'T ..US.LT---. ,w....-k' - til "............ It..VH..- - a PE."-fc"-- i imlnlt ... Atl.n... I nm.. Wt ... cess, constipation. Indigestion, chron ian school louse lot. thence S Tl LC) Representing The Una. Texas and Oklahoma. .T. 1c headache, Invest one cnt Into a N IS poles and 12 links to the center Mutual Eenefit Life 'Insurance Co. Slop-eti are allotted and the 25 postal eard, send to Chamberlains ol Hanging Fork, thciic,, down A .V tMorti l.n.l, mw.a ...... The leading nnnunl dividend Com .n . u .Medicine Company, Ues Moines, Iowa, said the .J ...m... ....... k. I , vw I'llllll. rf a creek N 70 K :tl Xl's to the pany. Its distinction Is due to adher- aLeadtantace ifa time to. liwk .around with your name and address plainly center of . m t." road, thence with ence of successite mantrgements to. the old ot thcte "t latri and intctneate tht on the back, and they will forward 01 K 10 poles 10 link wonderful orfortunitin oin to you in the principle or mutuality. you a free sample of Chamberlain's said road V SK! poles 21 ; links S r.4 the SouthnrsL bold by S Stomach and Liver tnW-t- s K 24 poles 2."5 links to a stone In Hip W. W. BURGIN Ikrtl't wlt until the Mr nrivinunltlea rnn Penny's l'rug Store until side of said road, thence N 72 tt icU.la? n. tract tnao lout' DhNTIST. ' M1uJe tikt trli srnJ 1'. 45 poles to n stone In said road uihef h?.ti-.uur tMiokti Office at Resldenc rri.tr I at krt I tv pi.n mil .u For Sale. Half Dorset ewes 2 and thi nee N :w K S'. pn:es 17 links to ouTtaassikl Arksn.aa. ttuhcuuiitr nn(t luculon. . ICt ''J year olds Hred to Imnorted Shrop- the lied ol tlv creek, thence N 72 CRAB L. C. I1ARKY, Tratellng Pancnftr Agent 10 "i poles 20 links to the north hunk 83 Todd Iluitdinv, .still e nm Hue to lamb Feb 20. W ot said creek, thence North 20 DR. T. W. PENNINGTON NO SYMPATHY FOR THE RIDER1 Loui.yille. Ky. a stone center ot Huston-tlll- e Dentist I ncute or chronic kidney fit poles toStanford ptk-- , thetic,, with For either A M and 1 to 4:30 I'M S Hours ind for nnnoylnz nnd palnu' HOG RAISERS or driver who buys poor harress Is said road to the beginning, contain- oillce Sl)crs House flat Stanford Kv irrPgntorltlw take Foley ing 10 acres, more or less. .;,,, Are your nogs worth . centd per When honestly made ard ,in( effective v An ,nn,. POSTED DR. W. N. CRAIG, Tract No 2 A tract situated In WE PAY fcuarnnteed htrness can be bought medicine for kidnev nnd blaildpr ills i aid criinty and state, nnd adlacent head'' c guarantee Oculist and Optician CASH PRICE so reasonably it is a man's own jrilers Sl.ugirs & Tanner here Bourbon Hog Cholera Remedy Store, tu the above tract, described as fol ('liic oter Ii I Miuobeits ' Kinds of lows, bcgiiinuig at the corner of the Str.niord, K). fault If he takes the risk of buying to ki ep hogs heilthy nnd froe Irom ( The hunting season Is upon us nnd FARM abote described "m a mail order catalogue. Prolit 80 acres lying t SftLtl west of and running S '15 tract '! In the , eicok PRESSED STANDING SEAM GAL- disease) for 5 cents per luud per nearly eter)ouo want to 'xwt his J FURS WANTED miles llnl-K and buy your Highland, a good cottage and out- to stake, thence N 7J poles polem 21! S'by others' experience ..ow Chnlern, iiiomh. It Kills place KU rurts VANIZED ROOFING. Thu ehargt) Is 2i cent cash i I jUCHA.N'AN fields fenced; llnki. to the center of the road, Large Quantities carried in Slock harness at homo. houses, barn etc, Vorm, Stlmulatrs the Appetite, Aids with iiamu ) m ird, Ky. 0 pole's and K about 85 acres in cultivation; plenty thence N i.i EADS' TIN SHOP, Stanford. digestion nnd canst s hogs to ratten K. It. Uenhum C. McCLARY, Stanford. T A Ith'e or water. Reason lor selling out not links to Allen corner. S 7i V :ic Phone 114. M. J. HolfiiMn tery rapidly This remedy i ued J W lliighi able to work on firm. Price reason- poles 17 links to the beginning, conM - Ijittreiiro J 11 Arlon leading hog rut. .its nnd eiulors) d taining 2 roods and '12 poles of luilil. WILL ADAMS Jll able J W. Haughuutn. J S. Harris I'Iip'O two trncts ol land will first JAS. A. KING. 60-Llvety; all kinds of hauling, Fur- throughout the country Come In 1'rt.td imu'iiauiL Stanford. Ky.. It. F I). No :i. Box Co be offeicd separately and then ns a niture packing. and ! t us tell m about It Phone 173 whole and th,. bid accepted wlileh Ky. S II llHiighman, J II. MMtiman Sold by c.w Staiilm-- Drug Co. The Sallle Tavlor realire the mont tnonevto give bond Sue and Netiu f'arter O'Uanton - Cuuipbull Misses will be required MACCABEES Woodt. wer- - in Lexington Wednesdny with personal securltv pat able to the Frank Co nil or Win Cemller A C Sine, and Thursday Cdtn'r and approved by lilm, the same Christ Jacob. . II Deputy State Commander Hall of 1incastiir hnr heanns six per cent Interoot from Mrs lus. Dr J (1. Cnrpentur. Panics Swltli. Stanofid, k , been thr s t of her daughter Mrs date of sale, having the force, and prosMrs .V.ittle White. W. It. Daughert). Motion Cum bell. o' a Judgment and secured by STANFORD TENT NO. 7. H C. AnderscM tohn .M. llooc'ti .Mrs Mark Hardin van In Loulsvlll,. lien on thc lnnd .Monday Night .Meets - - 4lh A I' Tpiylor, I). .M. Ander.on tllH veek GEO. D. FLORENCE, M. C. L. C. C. J A Potter J. . Thompson "I write to tell you the jo-neMASONS' MEETING. O P Newland J. N. SAUNDERS, Atty. for Plfls. J. It Hustle. good news that Cnalui W V AA laucolii IKliti-No.- ) Harris &. Woods. it. Curtis lias helped me so niticli TAKE CARE! In ttul"! loiiiiiiiiiili'ntliiu on eni'li Mr. I mid Mrs .Mattle II. Ilewes. 7lW 1 third Mnndu) niiilit. 'mich inniith litHlsn-forit is just and think your kidneys o'clock In Ihlr hnll tin innln trw't, heniPinber that when Hun Celszl John M. Carter, W uo-to-da- te worth its weight in gold," Kv. MeiiilTtif litfrlolKeHrf fr are ilfccted, your life Is In danger termilly Intlit-dtoim. a m Kred Von'Sruenlgan.J. J. Klllott. ' TV writes Mrs. Aiaryan Ahr- Y , says' I. .Mayer, Hochester, N A Klelbasn. Sve. Jocob Ciandei, .M) tumble started wltn a sharp shall, of Woodstock, Ga. Misses Sallle and Ilettlo C'Hitur. shooting pain oter mv back which BELDEN. ' p. w Carter. J. J. "I do hope and trust J, 11 Carter. grew wnrt-- dully 1 lelt sluggish and House, Carriage and Sign Painting, I K. It. Hr.tfi..lii I. S. Oarner. that 1iHif" u'hn nre suffer- tiled my kidney action was Irregular Jas it Carter, Sr Mrs. II. L. V.'llliam- ing as I did, will take We are in receipt of letters from and Irfrecpient- - started using I'o!e)'n Cecoratlve Paper hanging. Bugg II C. llaughrann, A. J Johnson. Kach dese seemed to Trimming and Rciislnna. Shop urei B- - Cardui, for it lias been a Mrs. Eva Gaskins, 304 Madison St.t K'Uiiev Pill P. W Carter. j. God's blessing to me, and i'mk Topeka, Kans., and Mr. P. II. Gavel-la- s, -- I more llle and strmcth Into mo Aldridge's Blacksmith Shop. now i am completelt cured nnd C M Allen. will certainly help every J. J. BELDEN. Wagoner, Okla., as well as many ai.d better anl stronger feel than for years. Mrs It. It. Carpenter. lady who is suffering." others, telling about the wonderful reJOHN COOK llaiighinan. T of Surgeon and dentist. E5J sults they have secured in th cure Veterinary STOCKHOLDERS' MEETING A meeting or the stockholder their stomach and liver troubles Ly or Specialist on all horse and animal Stanford, Ky. Phone 194 the use of Dr. Caldwell's Syrup Pep- tho National Hank of Hustonvllle it 111 disease. bo held nt their banking houso In sin. Hiistonville the second Tuesday In This remedy, as nil realtors doubtttcs M know, bus been before the public for a JanuHiy, Jllll between Si nnd 12 A. M., So. SI, ho u Ui. lor the purpose of e'ectlng directors No 'ja, ollth. 10.11 A M eeneraiion ana i now Leins mora ex Or will tiudu lor small pioperty tensively uted than any other remudy'to servo Hi., ensuing j ear No .21, ortli.4:io a. h. i . North, at IU p. M No for stomach, liver and bowel com- -' mid taTtt? the dllfonuice w.rlocker, Cashier plaints. According to reliable teitl- M. No.;. IOiWA M. This fnrm eontulni 140 neros. or nt inony, n teems to be a very quid: ami No. is, Jim r. lasting cure for constipation. Indigos- STOCKHOLDERS' MEETING. least 7.'. aires of good tobacco laud No matter if you suffer tlon and dyspepsia, liver trouble, bit- RICE, Ai?ont. JOS. S. A ""''tliiK or tho stockholder of two good dwelling houses, l rout- Jousness, lieadacliei! sour stomach, gai from headache, backache on tho stomach, drowsiness after eating the Firs' National Hank or StanToul. houso and hull and good out liquid will bo hold nt their banking houso and similar disorders. It it pains in arms, shoulders with tonic effect, and so mild and gun- biilldings. I., Viod tobacco bam, which Now Livorv and legs, dragging-dow- n '"""'jy 1J1' as a '" feeond I uesday tie In uctlon that a child as well crown person can take It, In fact. It for tho purposo or elbctltlg director t.lll bold IX ttoros ol tobHcco, good feelings, etc., or if you Dopot Stroot, r litis no equal for children, women and lor tho ensuing t onus orlmid or 250 treon of best feel tired, weary, worn-o- ut old people. H c.Raughman, Cashier Phono 90, s lotted rruit mifh u uppliNi pcHch the flow of rastr a luce. It arousespeculiar and generally miserand by a action trains the STANFOKD. KESTUOKY. MEETNIC STOCKHOLDERS' is. pears, and rliirrlun good boie.l able Canlttt will help you. stomach and bowel muscles to again do their work naturally, und In tlmo mcdi- well i2 dettji. sund 4S feet ol A tn,''ting of the stockhold. is i ilit It has helped thousands STIRRING TIMES, FOR SALE, w.Uei, ou hiniM- - with of other weak, sick ladies with. A free sample bottle can bo had I ,"'f"' County Mitloiml Ibu.l; of iojiiih by sending your address to Stanloid will be held at their Igtnk wo are having In tlio building line. for trial mid uiifmildlngw and well huh oich- and if you will only give A No. 1 bunging Foil rami ol ;t.' the doctor, for In this wuy Mrs. Oaa- the second TueaelHy iu .laun- Ilmul. unu r aid oC same i.umWr or trees und Kins, it a trial, you will be We carry a full line, ot lime, plaster, first learnedtiaveuua cure. iimny oinera or nlM.tiiiv uiies, well liuprnvtd anil will w.i'it Ior ,ho IurjM wlmn'IH'i of the 1. iiiuv kind of fruit. cl. U miles from Ditntui'', l.am.i-te- r you thankful ever after. ,n..iont nna uvurrthinir iil.x miedeil satisfied It Is the renn dybuy need, do ' dirt dors lor the ensuing L yetl. I. . . l O . .. uriynt. f .. Ol r " as otliurs are dolnir and It of your and SlHiirord on iMiitllle mid I.un r.yls rrm lloa about ihIIw nnd hair Yi, uunnicr building-- , Htur) thing purchaspd druimUt at fifty cents and one dollar 2 tuinptke, tor mile fioni FWE a bottle. .soiih or McKlBiiey. abtrHt uue mile OtMl school, stme uuu bi.icK thurchtM WE 153. MEETING STOCKHOLDER'S Dr. CuldwcU does not feel that the Ibero will bu fojnd of tho bwitt iuall- ti'iu ruiltYMstl ami school; siren of his remedy cnd his obll- liiectlng of tho stockholilerv ' Mnith shop, rural route ninx by dour purposes. purchase IIot ha specittllzed in stomach, NT OR SALEI ty Kuton. tiio Cnth Orcluird Itankintc ('(mipaiiy Dvallli'K ol ii roiHis and two e';inmo 1 LINCOLN COUNTY FARM FOR SAL'6 It Mitred UihI iwnly ior tobwceo and I . . liver and bowel illiuaias for over forty new, rtlswi) (HireliM ooiuiKirativel te sties In ttaotfi Mduw Wo will b:uo you troubio nua untitle ycarl anJ WM i,0 ,,ieaa to givo the will lie hold Hi tin bunking houvei at li.A iurki In linn .,. t i.!! u.iJl , two tobacco " "" dllledgotillc containing ary expense uy miiuiiib tn uk for an reader any uJvlcu on the suhjret free Crnh Orelmrd tlo H.eid Tuo.dny Urftt- iMinoutbuilding, nilbi'rns ottiur This W tii tho ekMst farm In of cliarB8 All nro wec0nl8 to wrt8 In linuary, 1(111 between 'J I'lid U In good rc wlth. Uottur oumo cpiiik. J. Al Hay , lour tor tobacco bat-i- t UncotH iMHiuty iu Uib ''Im. Whether for the medical ajvlte estimate. ot olfetlug 1 nuW griit n or corn; good WamMburg. ur ,iia vuiiii'.q huuiwi. mill uii A. M.. ior llio tHiriioM c. n. BHAWNER, McKlnney, Ky. For lurthor l.ifori.uitlo., npioy tn w. iu Culdwi.ll buildliitf. dlrecicri. to nerve tho ensuing )enti. co barn on It. Momiceiio. m. A ALLEN, Stanford, Ky. J, C. Bailey, Cashier Ueo. 1, lliluht, Agunt, Stanford, Ky. pIKe Irtim mower, I tVw, twn shovel plows, Vmmf nnil tinman', 1 spring wnaon, I wagem ami narnea AIo yvwo houiwho'il nixl Kitchen fiirnltiint mid many other things too hunmious to mention. Terms easy and inrnln htiown on day of sale. 1 S. Tafia, AgetiL fylRS. MARY S. JOHNSON. 1 for I'lie CoHrlrT-.lmirnInst week slid torn froiii :wd supposed to be more tlinn l.iKlO years old will lie on ex til bltlon nt the show to ,. I,'ll at Hie More of 'I liomns .1 I.ltmsn, in .let'er sonvllle The enr wn raised by .Mrs. Sallle I'wtng Marshall iinitiv ui her home east of Ieneroiillii- At tiielied to It Is n inrd benrlng the iol -- f0 For The Sale of Loose Leaf Tobacco loving statement: DANVILLE, KENTUCKY. Free . i .May-woo- Stables and Free Insurance. 16-- 8 Ite easy to reach Te vJll tw m to-tt- 'J Low Fares Southwest s Wjr jr rTrf-rnv zijfsmm S o' my I Tict ' m 1 nr u .' Irt-- . ORCI-'ARD- ResfourdBt. Prop. J; .'0-1- 2 ' J s . ' J l- m 8 START EIGHT pur-ehas- A.- - wish you a happy and perous New Year, the Success- ui have "hot nny, Begin with the New Year ty Crpo fnr Ctfimflph mer- i;na with 'he r A ie-i- s MW M.ril'.5 I I H H Good News I I n antr Bowels L ods, SANDERS, 1 1 1 Crab Orchard, Kentucky. H H H H H m fl 1 keys 'rices. Want L&N. TIMETHBLE Take CARDUI Farm For Sale. The Woman's Tonic .- them in at and we will the highest idor. Mgr. PiSk' a. O. CAHTSR. io-hi- i 1 ye-n- . l't ,.. tir. llL r I -- .......... 1 r3,i J s E OWbLty J. n.i pt1. PsMtaa. r ,' J