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The Stanford interior journal: December 1, 1911 The Stanford interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images Shelton Saufley Stanford, KY 1911 int1911120101_sn85052022 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. The Stanford interior journal: December 1, 1911 The Stanford interior journal Shelton Saufley Stanford, KY 1911 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. T?," " '''P'" ''(' T-- " f rirr5 VOI.UMK XXXVIII NO. The Stanford Interior Journal. OS. STANFORD, LINCOLN COUNTY. KENTUCKY, 1HIDAY, DI'.CI MBHU 1, 1011 CROUP FATAL. FVHK CARD OF THANKS. Wc fcol very TUESDAY AND FRIDAY A,fc PROF. IRELAND ON STATE DOARD OF EXAMINERS OUR PARTIAL FRIENDS THREE HOGS LIVE 72 DAYS WITHOUT FOOD OR WATER nt MEMBRANEOUS SCH0BERTH COMES AFTER VOTES IN THIS SECTION BIG CROWD GOING TO (Arim in Louisville Herald.) Any number of Kentucky nowspn-peLecal Educator To Oe Appointed To are boosting Sholton M. Sniillcy High Place By New State SuInterior Journal, of the Stanford perintendent of Schools. nppoiuttnent ns n member of for Die Stnto Honrd of Control or Homo Only n few of his friends hnvo other pood ollleii under Governor-tleknown that since llio election of McCrrnr. Hon. Durksdnle Hnmlitt as Superintendent of Public Instruction on tbu "BOGE" BROWN Democratic ticket, it is insured that Prof. J. V. Ireland, of this city, Appointed Master Commissioner In v. tit be nauHiI us a member of tlio Garrard By Judge Hardin I ev Statu Bonid of Kxnminors, to he appointed by the new State Su-- I Ah predicted by the Interior Jourerintendent of Public Instruction. nal In i week, Judge Charles A. Tha Statu Ilonrd of Ihntulncru in Ilnrdin announced tlio nppointmrut totuposcd of two members, who, of . II. Urown ns Muster Commisith thcr Stnto Sucrintctidcnt, form sioner of tho Gnrrnrd circuit court, the body winch lint charge of the nt Lancaster this week. Mr. Drown rxaiiinntions for teachers of nil the will tuko ehnrgo of the office nt state. It is n very high position in once. the educational work in tliu state, Kvorvonc conceded that the seund the friends of Prof. Irelnnd will lection of Mr. Brown wiih an admironjrntulntc him upon the appointable one on the purl of Judgu Harment, which will bo inndo hy Supt. din. He has nn untarnished record lUmlctt us soon as ho takes his n nil a democrat, nnd recently piloted tliu first of the year. tho pnrty to n splendid victory in Those who know Prof. Ireland Garrard in the neent campaign, a v. rll and nrn cognizant of the grcnt feat which has hitherto been very v oil ho has done with the Stanford tare of accomplishment in n venr Graded nd High school, will iiIho vhen (hero wns n Htntc election. In congratulato the new Stnto Supcrin- - fiililili.iti In Ifinl Xf llrntn lina tint , a ."".. " ....I....1!-- .. . I.... iriiuriii uiiun I.: ninviiuiii mi l i: I been identified with nny ot the fnc Prof. Ireland has made tho local tioifiil lights in Uurrard, and lias the school tho best known in the state friendship of tho leaders of both for a graded und high school in n stile. lie will undoubtedly make n unall city, nnd hns mnde it nhout splendid Commissioner. (he West school in the stnte, for n town nnywhere nenr tho sizo of this MARKSBURY. ct of-tic1 I neii-uuoo- Unusual Record Made On Farm Of Jas. W. Williams When Straw Slack Falls on Porkers 'Clint u hog can go Tl dayH with- """" owe. 1 will be glnd to i.ow that Prof. Irt'lniidvtjWoik ns u Hi locniiHriod Ix-- e TOO per netiii. W. T. Dooliu sold n jmir of wciiu-liii- ir imili-j- , for .Sl- Mihs Kay Jtnkins nnd Mr. Willie FIRST BASKCT RALL GAME ..'enkiuH hove ritiirued from n Wl To Be Played By High School Girls '" nnuw t (leorvetowu. ' A reception wns pen nt PIcniiint Saturday Afternoon. t.ioc church in honor of thiir new There will bo nn exhibition jrsmr jrtiftor Her. C. E. Powell, of Dnn-o- f Imskct tmll by tho girls on Sntur- - V"', one nftirnoou last wiolc. lny aftemonon nt U;.1() in the opera Mr. James Il.er, of Detroit is house. The lliiinhlo Hee will pny iimkini; nn extended isit to Mr. Jno l.e HikIi School tenm. The line-u- p KoyMon and family. Mil boas follows- Mwdanus J. II. Kemper nnd Jonnh CITY SCHOOL HONOR ROLL HiKli School Vernn limit center. Manc vho jmvt bl;e hiok uro .nch ' Mnr.T Sheph.nl Cook forward, Ella i,n,,roVed at this writing Supt. .1. W. Ireland announced the "Hrren forward mid enptain, Mary i ., Mary Chestnut has returned " Honor Koll of the local city schools 1 Iir.theth Mi Kitmev . uuiird, Oertrude ifiom n dehfibttul isit to her sister, today, ns follows: ; Wilkinson tninnl. Josephine Cnrpcu- - Mrs. (has. Hnrd. ite, of Hrokcn Ar- Primary. Sara Heck, Jennie Bnr-l'it- t, I i hlibstitllle. ow, Oklu. Ol-Cinni nisch, Kuthcrine I lltinihle Hoes -- NelHe Wilson Hill, Mesdmi es Hello Perkins nnd hd. Kimnid, James P.uton, Mary Louise . . . .. i .1 .i ,. I'liier aim rapiiiui, iiillil IHU'K lor- - ( Perkins were in Lexington recintly Stone, Dorothy Tnbble, Lucilo Wul-ke- r, nrd, Maranret'llmk forward, Let-ti- e niid mnde u short stay with Mrs. Annette Wray. W. McKiniiey Kiuird. Dollie Wil- Woods of that place. Grade I Eddy II. Hauglnnnii. tier guard. 'I he nuuibcrin; 11, Kntherine Hmcc Adolph Canienisch, candidates, Mink Mnrvnret Mocker hns been went foiirlosl down into the water Frances Fish, Mnry C. Iloikir, Xit-li- e "Sliiii( these Imims for the past Mitchi'l, Adelaide Proctor, Lelin tl no weeks und hns been doin-- in oladienee to tho command of their l.onl nnd muster whom they C. lluney, Viola Elmore.. ixiiur spi,.inliil woik. An udiuihwou iicnutl nikuowIedvcl in u tnettirj; Grade L Margaret Pettus Jose-phin- o lee "t 1(1 ecnti- - wiH he eliiuril to tiooch, Henry Hauglimnn. it the Mt. Ililuon ehunfi. The inett-ii.- j. I lp defrnv cxpeiiset. was conducted by Pastor Malum Catheinic lliudy, Lucilo Carter, Mul Ilev. Caswell, of Lexington. Mamie Hutchison. BAZAAR AT HUSTONVILLE. At the sale of William Sebastian Orade III. Margaret Mc CI ure, last Tuesday mornini;, tho Ethel Hrecdloe, Margaret Shanks, The Indies of the Presbyterian ior were Cows Mnry Pittus, Vie 0oc Smith, Lucilo as follows. 'hurch, of HuHtomillc, will liold bminjlit from f.'IO to f40, 1 lion-Waters, Louise Wntcrs. theif annual liaunr on December Hi, brought $1S0, corn n.l." per bnr-ie- l. Grade IV. Snm Craig, Alary P. nnd cordially ini etcrjbody to atCorminoy, Mnry Hill Garinan, Jnnio tend, whero thoi can j;et their Christ Mr.'Sebastin sold his farm somo Hocker, Daisy Lunsford. Sadie muu presents for less than you can time since and will go to Madison Wcnren. make them or pure huso them a. in n short timo to lite. Grade V. Mnry Heck, Tildcn The fentuie of this event louuty Mr. Johnson Spcnkos sold his I'oopor, Elizabeth Carter, Carrie jire nlwnys ery plensant. Tho tobacco crop t otlin Ptoples Davis, Thelnm Francis, Allie II, Fish Indie's will ero n rcguhir meal, DaiiMillo at It conts lOwhel Hill, Heath Serernnce, An-i- n with oysters in oery style. They Wn house, pi r pound. He Wearcn. , will bo serwd fiom 12 n. in., to Grade VI, Annio V. Craig. Annin A tlulii:litfiil musical 3'J p. m. e AN ALARM AT NIGHT It: Powell, Nancy K. McKinncy, it will innko the dny an enfoy-nbl- e Arnold Alice Tnminc, Frances one for those who nttend. That strikes terror to tho entire of delightful clnfiRicnl num- household is the loud hoarse and Eiiibry, Leonard Hnllard, Claiborne bers on tho Victroln, Cnmso, Mel-Ih- i, uictnllio couidi of croup. No mis- Wnlton, Clnrenco S' igleton. Grndo V1L- - Mutsy Grimes, Nellio Schumnnn, Heinl;, Pnlti nnd oth- taking it, und foitunnte then the ".IInii'Mell tho lucky pnretijs nio ee Fn!p s V. Ii:;i, Jean Pnxton, ers. Om Indies huo ninny surprises Homy nnd Tnr fpmpound on limn'. I'h iuIcs, Adelaide llussell, Mnuricc for you nnd hae been lookiiij; forII. W. Cnsebnnn, Clinton. X. V.. 'I uekiir. ward to the sale of tbeso articles for Mini "It is wo rlli iiri ui'ii'l t in Giudo VIII. Maude Arnold, Ethel ;in eye to please. So do not purohaso Lold. littlo children un trou-you- r Chrislmus presents until you bhd with croup nnd hourseness, and Urmikett, Ella Einlienburgor, Kate Huiding, Jesse Hooker. mi what wo hiive. Ilcsiiectfiillv, the ",: wu KVB them is Foley's Moncv l nlwnys h'"0 I""'1 ?? 0.ml,m"."1, Indies of Hustonvillo Presbyterian , n bottle of it In tho house. Shugiirs It's worth a lot to be able to tell ,mnh' nnd Tanner. 20,000 people two times u wcok of i Mr. Pnvo Adams is very 111 with Mr. Tom Hull has moved to Crab what yoa hac to sell. That's whnt the I. J. does for you. Aro you wise! In grippe Orchard. 1 ! r I nny-wheren-ti- re fea-tuiHo-ba1 O-i- r member of the Stnto Hoard of Kx- emuirrs will in no wise interti"hrS with lus duties ns SuKrinteudent ' hero. Perkins bought 15 head of pound cattle nt $1.25. !., .I nit , ln mail c til it ti Iti itmlt , , i Iiaaii out food or drink, seems impossible, but thnl's whnt three did on tho tnrni of .Inmcs V. Willinms, ono of (ho beat known f tinners in tho county. Sid .Myers, who kept truck of the hogs, or rather noted tho dny of their disappearance, nlso vouches for the storj. It seems thai Mr. Williams had three young mint hogs in a Held in which there wns u large straw Muck. One morning, nftcr a heavy wind tho night before, the poikcrs thowci! up missing. They could bo found now lure, nor could nny truce of them be located. It seems that the liemy wind of the night before had blow a Inigc portion of the straw stack over them ns they Iny skeping under its lee, while the Mono rngeil. In this wny, they were imprisoned in such a manner thnt they could not escape. In this way the three pigs spent (Mielly 72 dujs. When finally discovered nnd released, they did not much resemble hogs. They were so thin nnd weak they could hardly sliiud up. Every hair wns worn oil their bodies by (outiiiunl rubbing against tho straw, nnd their flesh is said to hne hem almost ns red as blood. Ill their efforts to sustain lifo by securing such nourish-mei- il ns they could, they had eaten a space about scuu feet in diameter in the center of the straw stack. It required cu refill nursing for n number of days to save them, but, stiaiige to say, they pulled thro' all right and were fattened into splendid incut when killing time Recently rolled round. They refused lo toittjp nlcr. when first released, und hnd tebc lid on warm milk, and other sofr?omhf Onco started to feeding, however, theyfjlcA eloped (Uiin n inormous apK'titt, nnd short time showed no trace oNflieir long fnt nnd confinement. Mnry Noel Uooch, the bright littlo daughter of Mr. and Mrs. G. T. Uooch, of tho ASnyncs-bu- rg section, died at their homo after a short illness of membraneous croup. The littlo girl uttended services, nt church Sunday night, nnd caught n deep cold which settled in ber throat. The fatal disease took quick hold of her, nnd every thing that could ho done, she died on Monday. Sho was buried nftcr short services nt tho Mt. Olive Tlio fond parchurch Tuesday. ents, havo tho sympathy of it great many friends an I loved oi. - m this their deepest hour of grief. fne-ycur-o- ld THE INAUGURATION to our thankful friends nnd neighbors who were so But Woodford County's Candidate Lincoln County Will Be Well Repkind nnd attentive to us through For Speakership Finds Legisresented When Go. McCrcary the sickness nnd dtnth of our darlators For Shanks. Takes His Scat Dec. 12 ling infant baby; nnd also feci very thankful to the young men for their Hon. Hurry A. Sclioberth, kindness shown us nt the cemetery. Much intenst is being manifested Jrom Woodford county, in K. B. O'Denr and wife. hi the proposal that Lincoln counthe lower houso of the legislature, ty democrats go in a body to tho MRS. PATSY PERKINS at Frankfort on Tuesday, mid a cundidiitc for the Spcnrcrship, December 12th, nnd the probabilities v.ns in Stanford a few hours this Is Called to Her Reward After Long mo flint some 30 or 10 will make week with friends. He stopped off Life. tnc trip to see Gov. McCrcnry inhero en route from Lancaster to ducted into office. A great many Punvillc. Ho saw Representative-elec- t Mrs. Patsy Perkins, the nged piuplo wish to take advantngo of John Farni nt thu former mother of Mr. W. K. Perkins, ot tho low rotes on tho railroads to see, pluco and wns infotmed thnt Mr. Crab Orchard, pnssttl away at her tho now capitol and visit other l'arra is for Lincoln's candidate, homo nt Eubnnk, last Saturday, nged points of interest, and at the sumo Will Shanks, till the cows come J. M. REYNOLDS 80 years. Mrs. Perkins was ono of time sec Gov. McCrcnry inaugurat homo, nnd ns Mr. Douglas, of Danth( oldest women in that section of ed governor for the second time in ville, is also strongly pledged to Buys Out Undertaking Establishthe county, nnd leaves many rela- his lifo. Shnnks, there is littlo doubt but ment At Wayncsburg. tives and loved ones to mourn that Among thoso who hnvc notified that Schubcrth received similar inshe is with them no more. She wns the Interior Journal thnt they will J, M. Heynolds one of the best formation in thnt quarter. a faithful member of the Christian go nru M. S. Bnughmnn, J. M. Cress, Personally, Mr. Sclioberth is a known citizens of the Wnyncsburg church, and was laid to rest in tho Owsley Ncwlnnd, Senator R. L. nubsection of the eounty, ttyis week tpleiulid fellow, but he is "in bed" cemetery at Good Hope Sunday nfble, Representative W. If. Shnnks, bought out the iiudcrtukitig estab- politically speaking, with tho prc- tcr services by Rev. Toodd. Mrs. A. L. Rankin, Tom Rankin, T. J. lishment of E. C. Jordan nt Waynes-bur- I smt prison commissioners", who, it Perkins took n great interest in Hill, Jr., S. W. Fife, T. W. PenningMr. Jordan conies to Stnn-for- d is understood, arc moving heaven church und other religious work nnd ton, II. R. Sauflcy. R. II. Coffey, J. to take charge of the St. Asaph and earth to keep the next legisla- truly a good woman has gone to her T. Kmbry, Wnltcr Saunders, J. W. Hotel. Mr. ltejnolds took possession ture Irom putting them out of busi- icwntd since sho is no more. Sho Ireland, S. M. Snufley and others. at once, und will immediately install ness by placing tho nppointment of is survived by her son, Mr. Perkins It is especially requested that all many new fixtures nnd improve the the prison commissioners in the nnd one daughter, Miss Nnunio Per- who contemplate going, whether on business in ninny ways. He has a hands of the governor, where it kins, nnd n sister, and other rela- the excursion or otherwise, notify Prison Commissioner Eli hnndsoine hearse, nnd will pay partives. the Interior Journal ns soon as posluown mnde n fljing visit to Danc. ticular utcntiou to cvalls fiom a sible so that enough badges may be ville one day last week, nnd hnd n DEEDS OF CHARITY provided. The Lincoln county delethat with Will Shanks, of this coungation vrill be requested to mnrch ts, whom ho telephoned he would LETTER OF APPRECIATION Former Rowland Boy Is Doing Good in tho inaugural parade and it is like to talk to. .Mr. Shanks, howdesired that nil wear badges shovV-in- jj Work for the Needy. Received By Campaign Chairman ever, in his fight for the Speakerwhere they aio from and proship is lining up with no interests Sauflcy From State Chairman Ilev. John II. Pence, n former claiming the glad tidings thnt Linnnd will not denl with Mr. Brown Ilowlund boy, now pastor of tho coln gave McCreary the largest Kownn Suuflej, who ns chairman in uny way in his race for tb M. E. church nt Miuier, Illinois, in majority sho bos ever given any of the Democratic Count Campaign Spcakcrshp. He and his friends beconnection with his cccllent con- - candidate for governor. Committio, led the fight in the re- lieve thnt he will win the honor he rtegntion especially the Epwortli cent enmpaign in Lincoln, has re- sicks wiihout mnking any nlliances INAUGURAL INVITATION nnd they propose to make tho fight League has been doing son e verj ceived the following letter of appreeoa niemlnble 'rurk in and nround ciation from Stnto Chairman H. II. along that line . The Inauguration of James B. Iio,la!nl for fro or thiec vear Vausant : p.'- -t ic way of distributing cloth'n; McCreary, as Governor and Edward HOME, SWEET HOME Ashlnnd, Ky. Nov. lfi, 1011 to the poor of that locality. This J. McDermott, as Lieutenant Gover Mr. Ilownn Snufley: year they have extended their chari- - nor, will tako placo at tho Capitol, The Tenor of Lincoln County Lady's Stanford, Ky., tv to parts beyond ns fnr rs Hrod- - Frankfort, at noon on Tuesday, Dcnr Sir: Letter From Hootl.'erdoro l.ead where two large packages of December 12, 1911. The Democratic party won such a All Kentuekisns, regardless of useful articles for children of nil splendid victory on November 7th In viitmg to hnvo the Interior sizes and ages have been received. party affiliation, nre most cordially und your personal efforts cojjtnbut-e- d Journnl sent totph1cflsoln0npul.v. These good.s nre being given then. invited to attend the ceremonies in so largely to bring about Hint; nt their new home in Salem, Indinn.n, with grateful benedictions upon the cideiit to tho Inauguration, result that I want to thnnk you for Mrs. W. II. Adams, says:. 'norf i dubs nnd other bodies that wish donors. "I was formerly a resident of jour industry nnd loyalty. A united In a recent letter to bis untie to participate should notify tho Exeparty made success certain. If wc old Lincoln county nnd fp me it is soon ns posd. E. Painter at Hrodhead, Rov. cutive, Commin?fl-had been divided into factions wo the girdon spot of the world. Altho' Pence writes that during tnc pat sible, in order that tfiVy may be aswould have gone to defeat. The lesfind my present home situntcd iu year tho Epwortli League of the signed positions in the parade. son we havo learned is a valuable a fine country nnd in a good neighCitizens Exccutivo Committee of M. E. church of Minier, Illinois has one. We can not all agree on every borhood and lmve mnde many new shipped about eight hundred pounds Frankfort. S. French Hoge, Chairquestion. Dif ft rente will nrise over friends, it can not compare with old of clothing to three diffeient places man, Elwood Hamilton, Percy Ilaly, things, but on tho I incolu to me, und tho happiest John W. Milam, B. G. Williams. great principles Unit keep Demo- uoiutnt of my life will be when I and nre now planning to ship nt leit two more boxes betwicn now cracy alive wo think alike. eiui once more tako old friends by BOYLE COUNTY LAD and Christinas. He also states that So long us wo face the Republitho hand. Tho singing of Jennie since their last conference tho Lcacan enemy with closed ranks Ken- L'nd can not equal the voice of the has contributed in way of food Well Known Here, Is Candidate For tucky will rimnin in the Democratic conductor or brakeman thnt calls pie and clothing $375.50; also thnt at Page in Legislature. column. En i li of u should conse'All out for Crab Orchard.' a recent meeting the officers of tho crate himself to work for the pro'This world is a pretty place- - a league resolved to educate a boy in Robert Dunn, the xouujr son of motion of liannony and tho cultiva- ury pretty place, but its greatest India. 11 costs only $20 a jear for Col. and Mrs. Ike M. Dunn, of Dantion of tho spirit of gcneious, fair claim on my attention is. that runa boy's schooling, board and tuition ville, is, a candidate for a Pageship dealing with ono another. We nro ning through it, shining and straight in India. in tho net legislature, and it is unentering upon nn era of great Demo- is the wny buck home back to my All this speaks well for Rev. derstood thnt ho will have strong cratic triumphs. Kentucky has ltd town: back to the garden spot. Pence nnd his charge in as much as backing from Rcprcjscntntivo Franthe way. Let us constinue to bo "Home the word restores to us while on earth added cis Douglas, of Hovle. Tho young nn example in unity of purposo nnd our xouth, our dreams, our hopes. Lord Jesus, bis vvoids of commendation and ap man is related i;i Lincoln, being a devotion to pnrty, to our fellow demo V" nro back homo where everv ono proval to these very acts feeding nephew of Mesdames M. S. and J. crnts everywhere. calls us by our first name, whero y tho hungry und clothing tho naked. W. Hnuyhmnn, nnd it is understood I havo found great enjoyment and road or lnno is a kincteoscope !'In ns much us yo have done it unto tnnt Representative Will Shnnks, of I have derived many benefits from ot living memories where every nud Representative obe of the least of those, my breth-- i this county, tho friendships formed in this ii house holds a part of our youth. John Parra, of Garrard, will also en, yo hnvo done it unto me." and I hero renew to jou "As I cannot nt present have the champion his causo and do what of my confidence and es- pleasure of being among old friends llu'y can to land him a winner. "BEST ON EARTH." teem. I must enjoy, tho best I can, my now The pngeships pay $2.50 a day Very sincerely yours fii'.'nds und havo tho next grentest This is the verdict, of II. J. Howell, for tho sixty days of the session, II. II. VANSANT. pleasure, of reading of my old Tracy, 0., who bought Foley's Honwhioh mnkes thu rlnce a neat pickey und Tar Compound for his wife. Chairman. friends in the Interior Journnl." "Her caso was tho worst I hnvt up foi th young men who land. And ever seen ami looked liko n sure case there aro about five or six pages The body of Jnme.-- Maya was A TEXAS WONDER. of consumption. Her lungs were tileetctl for uich house of the legia- found jlonting on n pool of wnter sore ami sho coughed nlmost inces-snntl- y Inlurc. The Texas Wonder cures kidney in Middlcshoro this week. lie had and her voice wu.s honrso and ken missing for somo time. Two and bladder troubles, removing grav- wenk. Foloy'H Honey and Tnr Com Piosidcnt Tuft's third nn.iunl el, cures dinbttcs, weak and lame pound brought relief nt onco and men ore under arrest charged with hacks, lht'umntisin, und nil irregu- less than tree bottles ofofcted a U'essnge. which ots to Congress on his murder. larities of tho kidneys und bladder complete cure." Shugars and Tan- ne.t Tin sduy. will be devoted to the ltcguTntcs ner. hi both (lien and women, "liust question." The r.iessagi conWith The Coming of Middle Age bladder In units u hildrcn. If not tains from 5,000 to O.OPO words, There is u letting doing in the phy sold by your druggist, will bo sent FOR SALE PRIVATELY! and with tho cxecptiou of n few refon reeuipt of $1: Ono small sicnl forces often shown in annoy- bj mail My nlacc I now live on oonlninine: ing nnd painful kidney und bladder bottle is two months' treatment, nnd 20 acres house with four rooms and' erences in a general way to other eldoui foils to perfect a cure. Send out buildings, irregularities ailments and urinary spring closo to hou'e. subioets, will deal with tho question Foley Kidney Pills nro a splendid re- 'or tostuuottiol from Kentucky nnd A bargain it sold in 30 dnys.O miles of industrial combinations alone. gulating nnd strengthening medicino other state. Dr. K. W. Hnl. 2920 south of Stanford ia Jumbo. E. J. at such ft time. Try them Shugars Olive street, St. Louis, $Io., Sold by Young, Stanford, Ky., R. P D No. Belter get in jho I. J. Jfnndiwagon druggists. 3. nnd Tanner. rcpre-sentntig. s. dis-tumn 1 cv-iienm-paigP0-2p. ' U J i i ti J I Hi THE STANFORD INTERIOR JOURNAL. STANFORD. KENTUCKY. FRIDAY, DECEMBER I, 1911 TUB 1N1ERI0R Ettabllahed i, OlIRNAL. 1872 IT it.; M 1 JMJFLEY,. . .Publisher IN ADVANCI in. II By This Sign you know that you are getting the one prepa- A YEAH STRICTLY Judpo Hardin mado a splendid appointment of n Master Commissioner in Garrard county. Wo hope that tho Lincoln ho will soon scttlo mater, and tVivo tho local pocounty litical dopesters something clso to talk about for a while- HOW TO BE AN EDITOR GMdLhnr RmwdyFrN indig-eitlo- 20,000 people read each isna of tho I. J. Arc vou talking to them through nn ndf WWH,wrW ? Bitwit at tne ratofflce at a aeoona claat mall. Btaa- - POLITICAL ANNOUNCEMENTS. has stood and still re ration that Far County Judqe. T. A. RlCfl Announce dacy for County Judjro of Lincoln county, subject to tho action of tbo dcniocratio party. M. F. North announces his candidacy for County Judge of Lincoln county, subject to tho action of the Democratic party. For Jailer. Peytttl Parrlsh announces hia candidacy for Jailer of Lincoln county, subject to tho action of tho Democratic party- George DeBorde announces his candidacy for Jailer of Lincoln coun ty subject to tho action of the democratic party. ' Dink Farmer is a candidate for Jailer of Lincoln county subject to tho action of the Democratic party. Congressman Oscar Underwood, of Alabama, Democratic leader in the House of Representatives, and who made a splendid speech for democracy in Stanford, in tho recent stato campaign, says that he will not accept tho nomination for vice president, but intimated that he is a receptive candidato for president. ,We would like to tec him get almost anything ho wants becauso of the fact that he's not only a splendid democrat in every way, but also is a native Kentuckiaa. However, wo do not believe ho has a chance for the presidency this time. Woodrow Wilson, governor of New Jersey, is the man of the hour and the Moses to lead Democracy out of Egypt. his candi- the test for over thirty-fiv- e years mains the tonic-food-medici- Standard profes- used and recommended by the medical sion the world over. Emulsion is the embodiment of elements that make for strength. SooWm good health and AU, DRUGGISTS I pooL will let the growers fix their own price, we believe all will join tho kfc I j Everybody is having a "hog killStanford. Kentucky tives near here ing time around here, I guess thero Mr. M. D. Francis shipped a nice will be still moro hogs murdered as lot of turkeys Inst week. it is still getting colder and snowThe little son of Dr. D. V. Las-we- ll is very ill. ing. Mrs. Amanda Thompson of WoodMrs. M. E. Record is able to bo is tho guest of her daughter out again, all are glad to hear os stock Mrs. C. M. Thompson. she has been confined to her room Mrs. Jack Las ell of Bnisk Creek for so long. spent a few days with his father. Jnrrett Johnson and family and Mr. Bud Sims gave a party Saturnight. There was a largo crowd brother C. B. Johnson, have returned day to Kentucky to make their home. among some who were present JLv' Rev. Cnrey It. Wain of Huston-vill- c vure Julia Record, Cora Sims and visited Mr. J. B. McKco and UNDERTAKER AND EMDALMER A retired Philadelphia banker told Ler friend Lutie Sims, Eva Leach. family. STANFORD, - KY the United Senate Committee on InF. A. Burgiss hn returned to his Daisy Sims, Ethel floward nud OfOoe Thcraa 117. Home Taona II terstate Commerce a story to the efRome more besides a number of boys home in Louisville after an extended visit to relatives here. fect that Roosevelt owed his elecMr. Lloyd Sims was home Satur The following nro tho ones that tion in 1904 to a secret understand-in- g day evening to so the homcfolks and have neither been absent or tardy with the big financial interests his best girl. Ho has been working during tho lost month: 8th grado with respect to the handling of the .it Danville but is now firing on the Russell Thompson, BurniRa MoKce, and Laura Johnson. railroads by the government. We road. 7th grado Cora Alford. have always thought that such was Mr. Craig Horton onmc home with 0th grodi?. Earl Mudmun. tho case since the Harriman contriJJoyd and stayed until after the 5th grado Eugene Hart. bution was exposed. Of course, party, Saturday night, then returned i 4th grade Jnmcs Flint, Joseph Our friend J. M. Alverson,'says to his home at Eubank. I Teddy will dony it, but what's the Walter and Sadie Singleton. usot The only way the country can there will be a convention to name B. Sims is visiting the home- - ,3rd grade, Henry Yaught, Claude Miss Hart, Jlerbcrt Reynolds, Lila Sinbe freed from the domination of the the congressman in the Eighth. In folks. She has been staying at gleton, Alvin Ronton Odio Wall and this case tbo wish is certainly father big interests is to elect a democratic for the last two weeks. Cecil Childers. president next jear, and wo believe to the thought, for Alvcrson wants Miss Sarah Smith, Julia Record 2nd grade Helen Childers, Virginto bco Harvey Helm beaten and and Anna Dale went to Stanford ia Walls, Ollio Singleton, Walter PROTECT YOUR HORSE it's going to como at last. knows mighty well there isn't a man last Friday. Thusty nnd Virginia Conch. 1st grade, Tholma Alford, Orville Also yourself when driving this cold in the district who can do it in a Mrs. Nettie Horton is able to bo The Fiurley Tobacco Society this Laswell and Rebecca Singleton. weather. We aro hendquurtem tor a fair fight bofore the people in a ont again. veck amended its pooling primary. Bat we wonder how many Horse blankets, lap robes and car Master Carl Record is improving PLEASANT POINT contract to permit growers to prize moro planks of the Democratic nicely from two ubecsses on his Ilev. A. S. Jeffries filled his ap- - riage heaters. And nil horsemen's and store their tobacco in their own state platform, our brother editor nrck. pointment nt tho BnbtUt church supplies. barns. Now if tho Burley Society I would also havo set at naught f Mr. George Reynolds wns colling Saturday find Sunday. Mr. Eugene Wnll ho is teaching on his best girl here Sunday. Stanford. Ky. nt Mason's Gap spent Snturday and J. C. McCLARY, Everyone is fixing for a big timo .Sunday with his pnrents. here Thanksgiving. Thero will be a Mr. Q I) nogue has moved to comes easily and direct when yon place them with us box supper at Wayncsburg Thursday this place. for collection. We make collections and look after Mr. nnd Mrs E Hnnuon of Perry-vill- e night th 30th. Everybody como clniras anywhere in the United States and Canndn, luivo been visiting friends here. and bring a box. and make no charge unless wo collect. Bank reference. Mrs. Mnry A. Taylor has been Correspondent at Mt. Moriuh, wo very ill but is improving slowly. Correspondence invited. dare you to guess who tho wedding Miss Annie Webb is going to MAY'S COLLECTION AGENCY, Somerset, Kentucky. Louisville whero she will nttend bells will ring for. school Misses Florence and Stella Griffin spent Sunday with the Misses Herald. Mr. Fred Douglas, of near Yoso-mitwas up to' seo his best girl W Sunday. Mrs, Harvey Dishon is on the PLENTY OF LUMBER ON HAND sick list. The revival is progressing nicely for all purposes. So if on want to aaM at the Methodist church. T Mr. E. Q. Gilland bought of Mr. build a house, a barn, a chicken IJowccse a farm of 117 acres prico coop, a .dog house or a fenco, come private. Miss Ethel Hoguc spent Friday hero for tho muteriitls. Wc have night with Miss Florcnee Wnll nil sorts and sizes in both rough Littlo Mnry Bell Dyo is on tho and finished lumber nnd if vie can sick list Hog killing is the order of the tiny not suit you in kind, quantity, qual Tho Plcnsnnt Point school is leady to spell against tho Kings ity nnd price, nobody cuti. Mountain Graded school any tim J. A. ALLEN, Stanford, Ky. Evangolibt, T'd. Hubbaid, wishes to thank, through the Interior JourFALL AND WINTER STYLES. nal, tho sisters of the church of My new full mid whiter butnplos Christ at Mt. Morinh, for the beauti- are now ready for your Inuuuctlou ful quilt presented to him, by them Tney comprise the best ou tbe market can iutt anyone n to price wtiu bin ns a birthday present. It is a hand-som- o bis clotnea niad ti order, A sul tuenau.o piece of needle work, boaring made to your cIoUjoj. is preferablt to ready made To nave tumi the initiuts of the roakon. May maris tn muaxurn rtfwnn'l rout nn Ood'a blpss'nga be upon them, to- mora than rejdr made whea quality nd Mt U conatdered. Oosu la aid gether with the othor followers of let me take youf uiataure, Christ. H. C. RUPIH.Y, Tha Practical Tallin Tho Interior Journal goes to press a little earlier than usual ' on its l'riday edition this week, so as to givo "the boys" plenty of timo to cat Turkey on Thunkagiiitg. To bo cAact, this issue is printed Thursday morning, whereas our regular press time on our Friday issuo is late Thursday aftcnoon. The L J. force performed tho rather unusual feat this week of getting out tho two issues with but a day intervening. Our Tuesday's issuo was printed late that afternoon. Not a line of typo was up for Friday's issue until Wednesday morning, and tbn issue dated Friday was locked in the forms before eight o'clock Wednesday night, and you can see yourself liow, much news matter was "dug up" and type set up in a day. Tho only way such a thing is possible is by tho use of that great labor saver the linotype machine, tho purchase) of which is the best investment any publisher ever made. Most nnyono can bo an editor. All the editor has to do is to ait at a desk six days out of tho week, fou week of tho month and 12 months of the year and "edit" such stuff as this: "Mrs. Jonos of Cactus Creek, let a can opener slip last week and cut herself in tho pantry." "A lad of Pikotown threw a 6tone and struck Mr. Piko in the alley last Tuesday." "John Doo climbed or the roof of his houso last week looking for a leak and fell, striking himself on the back porch." "While Harold Qrccn was escorting Miss Violet Wiso from tho church social last Saturday night a savage dog attacked and bit Mr. Green on tho public squnro." "Isaiah Trimmer of Running Creek was playing with a. cat Friday when it scratched him on tho veranda." "Mr. Fong whilo Harnessing n broncho last Saturday was kicked just south of his corn patch." Yes, it is a wonder they draw salaries for it. Wayno County Outlook. GREEN When you nffer from any form of It is always well to take something for the liver, ai oitully the trouble lies there. If you are bilious, have a blosty feeling after eating, if yoa belch, if your skin it yellowish yon nay be rare It is liver trouble. What you U aomathln to stir aa tha llyar,Mt arouaa tha to jbIcm m that tnsr win aia la tat r your food. A Ttry ce4 remedy for this, and eaa hlfhlr racom. maadaa by thoaa who hare uaad It, Is See us before you nell, get price Dr. Caldwell's Syrup rtpstn, which you eaa obtala of any drug-fla- t at flfty cant or ona dollar a bottla. But If you in countrv or delivered. aara aay doubt about Its marlta, and would prafar to try It flrst. hoI your t Dr. Caldwsll and ha will Irs araiaatiy aaad you a free aaaspla bot- - We Pay COLD & Is WET : J Highest Market Prices For that the condition of your Absolutely Dry Shoe feet? Yes, most likely it is. It is hard to get an TURKEYS ' of boodIo flnt karntd of this roaarkable euro for stomach, llrsr ana aowal troubles through a rrto urn-al- e. PHONE 153. Mrs. Prank Lilly of FUlnvlsw. 11L. oat for eaa and It curod her and aba as aaaa la aaylnr that aha will nsrar take allla or atronar cathartic actio, HENRY L. CASEY, D. V. S. aa Syrua papain acta ao mlldlr. Mr. W. I Bryant, tha roitmaatar at Bardie. Veterinarian. Tana, aura ha will nerer a without It aarala. No sick parson can afford to tenor a ranedy aa highly andoreed aa Former Director Animal Industry for thla It Is good age, all the family from Infancy ta otd becauas It la mild, Philippine Islands. free from griping and 71 promptly efUnited Stutes Army fective. Furthermore, reautta are guaranteed or monay will be Office LOGAN'S STABLE, lnon, 432. refunded. Dr. Caldwell doa not feel that tha Agent Amorlcan Hog inolera Beruro. purchaee of hla remedy enda hla obliDANVILLE. KY. gation. He haa apeclallted In stomach, liver and bowel dlaeaa.a for over forty yeara and will be pleaaed to give the reader any advice on the aubject free of charge. All are welcome to write him. Whether for the medical advice or the free sample address him Dr. W. B. Caldwell, Ml CaldweU building, We are In poiltton todonll klnrti of eon. afonllcello. I1L H. B. Northcott. T. K. Tudor. Mgr. But we do believe that we have shoes as NEAR DRY and give as MUCH WEAR as it is possible for man to make. If there is one line oi our business that is better than others, it is our SHOES The fsmous "Witch Elk" at 7.50 and $10 a CONCRETING CrM-cl.- The Pair Er TW'Mnc"af3.50to The Pair 7.50 BRIER. KING'S MOUNTAIN MUh Lydin MelCee and F. A. Burgess were in Stanford Saturday. Miss Jnno Myers is visiting rela- crating, inch at Illock Work, I'aTementa and. In (act, we can make any thing from home down to a fence poll. We can eerrt Ton promptly and guarantee work and material. Call and get our prlcei before you buy your material at ln.it. PHILLIPS BROS., J. C. McClary 'S w "Walkovers" at 3.50 to $5 o 0 The Pair o "NettletonY' at $6. Fine Dress Shoes. These lines are certainly the best that man and ma chines can produce. There are NONE BETTER and we doubt 0 o t if they have an equal. STANFORD, H. J. McROBERTS KENTUCKY s Eu-ban- teft-ye- ar ma. u .8. THE MONEY PAT. OFF. FOR BEST YOU CAKE CAN THE TRY GET. THEM. Cash for Accounts and Notes W. H. Higgins. Stanford Ky. , -- - If You Are Prompt -, You Still Have Abundant Time To Are You a Woman ? e, jfl yvh&l$$$i Paint That Roof Use P in nn i ,.. Tg: .r afttaf " .A TAKE i Commonwealth Or Red Metalastic You Can Get It At 'A The Woman's Tonic Jt"jia:1 H - PENNY'S DRUG STORE STANFORD, KENTUCKY. THE STANFgRDJWEftiOXJJPJJ!! FRIDAY, NOVEMBER I, 1911 i a IIM M Z .5 ,.TTW ,.t ..I PUBLIC SALE Having sold my farm, I will offer. for sale on 10 o'clock sharp Beginning at my homeon the Ottenheim pike 7 miles from miles from Crab Orchard, adStanford and 3 joining W.T. Tucker farm, the following .property 1-- 2 TEACHER 15 TREED ' BY ft BLACK BEAR Schoolma'm Pennsylvania Lonely House Wigwagged a Passing Teamster. in MMIBaMMiHHMdHlMMaMaiMMKMM iBiMiiiBiBiiiilBliliilliJHiii Absence Mrs. Emmons sighed deeply. "What's tbo matter, my dear?" asked Kmmons, looking a bit anxiously, across the breakfast tablo. "Don't you fool THURS., DEC. at HpaH HnrQPQ 1 1 4 O t ISg I !W.w-L ,dVVyJl iWXv-- 'n. vU I. CALL. BRUIN ON- - FIRST FLOOR well?" I draft mare in foal by M. S. Baugh-man,s horse George Hur x CQach mare in foal by George Boone's coach horse, Micada. 1 gray mare in foaf by J. W. Baughman's jack. All three mares are gentle and good workers. 'Pnflp 3 fine Jersey cows, No. 1 for milk and f u butter; 2 Jersey hejfers coming fresh in April and May, bred to full blood Jersey bull; 1 Shorthorn cow good in milk and buttef, creamery test shown. T-Tp- H 3 good brood sows with pigs at side Ahout 5 tons of Clover hav in liarn.About 3 tons of mlxrtl hav in barn.Aliout 2 tons of oats hay in barn I Waqon. And nil kinds of farmlnn tools I Snrinq Waqon. I No. 20 Plow. FARM MACHINERY I I Cuttlnu Harrow. Buanv. and set of Harness I 3 Sets of Waqon Harness. Cultivator. Household I I rast steel Jewel ranqc. And lots of other qoods too numerI 350--40- I Furniture I I ous to mention. Finn Economic Chief Cream Sepmattress. 0 Pound Caarator with Full Size Bedroom Suit wi'h surinn pacity an hour. mattress. Slnnle Bedroom Suit with sprinq Ahout 75 Barrels of choice pick corn mattress. About 200 fine layinq vounq chickens Wardrobe. 2 Extension tables and About 60 shock of qood Fodder. Chairs. Tine Oak Bedroom set witb surinn "Oh, yes, I'm feeling well. I was Just Wondering what I should do with Qtrl While Preparing for Opening of myself. Now that tho house Is thoroughly cleaned the Term Accidentally Locked Up after all Kitty'sand In order onco again sowing, I don't seem ForWith Drute, Which Had Deen to havo anything on hand." aging Among Dinner Palls. J'You still havo me," said Emmons. "I dtyi't believe ono so k ot mlnn was Galetnn, Pa A teamster driving darned all tho tlmo Kitty was at homo. hloDR the lonely Kcttlo Creek road tho As an all absorbing occupation, Kitty other day had his attention attracted certainly Is a wonder. Thcro never by tho frnntlc waving of a pair of hu- seemed to be a day all Bummer when man arnn that wcro thrust out of tho you weren't doing something for attic window of a llttto schoolhotifio Kitty. I don't seo how thcro could which fcU back from tho road near havo been anything left to mend, make Olcona, and In ono of tho most pic- or mako over for her when the season turesque but Isolated sections of all ended." that rather wild part of Potter coun"You don't apppcar to rcallzo that ty. Stopping his horses so that tho a girl going nway to boarding school rattle of tho harness chains was eeds n complete outfit." remnrked Mrs. stilled, bis cars wcro greeted by piti- Emmons a little stiffly. "I'm sorry If ful calls for help, In on unmistakably you ve found any holes In your socks. looking fcmlnlno volco, and then, sharply at the llttlo opening at tho "I was Joking," said Emmons gable end of the nchoolhointe, ho could hastily. only I "And know, my dear, that distinguish the faco of n woman back jou must feel qulto lost without Kitty. In tho shadow of tho building, for tho I well, really, I miss her myself. It window was not largo enough to pera trifle too mit bother her head and arms to pro- sfems doesn't It?" quiet around tho house, trude at tho same time. "Indeed It does," Mrs. Emmons Holding a conversation from his po- smiled at him a llttlo mistily. "I wish ground, the teamster sition on tho there's the door bell. Will you wns nffrlRhtedly Informed that there go?" was a bear on tho first floor of tho In a moment Kmmons returned with schoolhouso nnd the woman advised a letter In his band. "A special do him to run for a gun before ho at- Hvory from Kitty. I signed for you," tempted to open tho door. ho said. "I supposo It's nothing seTho womnn wbb Miss Crlsslo ltopcr, rious." tho appointed teacher at tho Olcona "Read it aloud," said Emmons. school, and In the forenoon she bad "'Dearest mother,' read Mrs. Em gono to tbo schoolhouso alone to mons, 'I'm sending this by special de soma things preparatory to tho livery, for I want you to get it as soon opening of tbo term and, to get ac- - as possible. Wo aro going to have a fancy dress party Hallowe'en, and 1 must havo n costume. I wish you k'v would think up several and wrlto mo about tbem and then I can decide which Idea I like best, and then you can make it for me. Please think of something new and striking. How lucky I am to havo such a clever mother! You see, I'm letting you know HsibbbbbbbbiLbbsi early so you won't have to hurry too much.' " "How considerate!" murmured Kit- j l jRj2' Wmh Warm Bathroom j Perfection Rvprv mrilnpr thniiW Un mrJuT in a IVx I ? that the children take their baths ' warrn room. The chill of a J cold room is dangerous after com- I ing out of the hot water. I A Perfection Smokeless Oil Heater brings bathrocm or bedroom to Just the degree of warmth you want in five or ten utes. Allvou have to do is to touch a match. The Perfection Heater bums nine hours on one filling and is always ready for use. You can move it anywhere it is needed There is no waste of fuel and heat warming unoccupied room. Just the heat you want, when and where you want it. Tho Perfection is fitted with an automatic-lockin- g flame spreader that prevents the wick being turned high enough to smoke and is easy to remove and drop back when cleaning. Drumi rutied otW in turquoue-blu- e cntmel or plin rtfel : light ud ornamental, yet itrong and durable luiubla for any room in any houic Dealer cTcnrwdtet er wriia la uj ataxr of iba Standard Oil Company (Incorporated) ! " 'fiff'i-'jiWKti- 000 WD TW IHBl xrfys ". CLOTHING 0 o We have just received a new shipment of Men's and Young Men's Suits OVERCOATS AND RAINCOATS and they are goi"g at a Big Reduction On account of being overstocked. We can save you big money. Come and conv pare prices. FRED BRAUNSWEIG, Prop. Col. J. P. Chandler, Auct FOLEY KIDNEY PILLS. Tonic in action, quick in results. I will offer my homo at Yoicmite Having purchiiHi-i- l a farm have Will cure any aso of kidney or bladl privately my property Ky., at public sale on to der disorder not beyond the reach of Teacher Takes to Attic. Saturday Dec. 9th 1911 itl Ituckcye coiiBiotin;; of one two say more. medicine. Xo need tory heven room dwelling. I ucren at 1 I. M., boundary of four nines Sbugars and Tanner. Jo qualnted with tho place. She expectof lunil. Kood tobaei'i und Mock bnni of land more or less with six room ed to And bo me carpenters at work well, cirttern, store house nil necesmaking repairs upon tho Interior of porehes, .Cured In His Own Home Town - sary out liuiMiii): one of the bent cottage, back and front tbo school building, but whllo the door Mantis for htore in Oarranl. If not hall etc., never failing water at door Hopkiiisvillc, Ky., .1. W. Jordan, a of tho building was unlocked and ajar no about, they .old by December 1, I will rent. barn, and all nececsury out- well nown dcutiM living on Ken- there were sho workmen having, as subsequently learned, beinp or !nne Also 70 ncrcs of tucky itvinue, near 7th Street, tells gono to another schoolhouso down the miles below buildings. A most desirblo home. tobacco lam! 2 tho way for bis fellow townsman to pike several miles to attend to some lluekeyc on pike will sell in 2 tracts Will also sell one driving horse. bo cured of kidney and bladder trou work, expecting to return to tho a or ns u whole, well watered and Hound and gentle, 1 buggy, bio as he himself was cured. "I had school tn the afternoon. Tho men Near Qunns Chapel. fenced. nUo some household goods. kidney trouble in n very bad form had left their dinner palls there. Richard I. Burton, ' When Miss Roper entered the room Mrs. J. T. Short, Wmit Ky., and two doctors performed an op0 Huckeye. Kv. eration, but the first relio I had was and found It deserted she decided that tnkiug Foley 1'ills. They have she would turn ber attention to sweepTRAINING SCHOOL for TEACHERS alter me more good than anything ing tho floor, and swung tho door shut done tn order to get the broom which she COURSES: Preparatory. State Certificate, elte I have tried. I ued to have a thought must bo behind It The door County Certificate Review, Life Diploma. pain across my buck but clanged shut and fnst, for the spring !eriilile Special. Tuition Free to Appointees, .nice taking Foley Kidney Pills I lock had niado her a prisoner without have no pain nnd gladly recom- any key with which to unlock It. KxiMUihe-- , Verv Low, Ask About It. Artistic Catalogue Free. Address mend Realizing her predicament, tho joung them to nil who have kidney J. G. CRABBE, President. : : : : : : Richmond, Kentucky rouble." Shngars and Tanner. woman set about to find a wny by which sho might release herself from her lonely prison. Tho only way sho could accomplish this, as she saw, was I. M. Dunn, President. W. S. Dunn, Floor Manager. J. R. Mayes, Bookkeeper. to take a small ladder with which the W. J. Finch, Auctioneer. Jas. M. Sallee, Sec'y 4 Tjcas. H. C. McWilliams, Solicitor. workmen had reached the attic, and which still stood tn that position, with Its upper rung reaching tbo opening SELL YOUR TOBACCO AT THE Into the dark apartment, wbero extra books and other accouterments were kept, nnd which looked to tbo timid new teacher as though It was a very likely place for bats to roost, and If sho could move it to one of the winBELL PHONE 50. (Incorporated.) BELL PHONE 50. dows It would afford ber an opportunity to get down to tho ground . Queen & Crescent Depot, KENTUCKY. DANVILLE, Located on Perry ville Street one Block from Just then oho heard a sound in a little room off from the main apartment, and at tho next Instant sho was overwhelmed with fear nt the sight of a Is the largest and best equipped Warehouse for the sale of loose leaf tobacco south of tho full grown black bear that came shuf. river., Dally capacity 250.000 pouds. Shelter for 150 loaded wagons.. Shelter for tllng out toward her. Tho animal had evidently been attracted Into the head of horses.. Free stables.. Free Insurance.. No rejection fees. Prompt .settlements schoolroom through tho open door, and Experienced Men to look after your Interests in all departments. The loss In weight which Is and, finding tho workmen's dinner buckets, had bepn Indulging his nppo-tlt- o saved by the farmer when sold on tho loose leaf floor is a very large item. The loose leaf method Is In cake and other toothsome delneither new nor an experiment, as Is shown by the sales for th e season of 191 in Kentucky, witli eight icacies. more regular buyers on We will have six or loose floor markets, sold 97,250,000 pounus of iobacco. Hut tho sight of tho young woman and tho piercing shriek sho uttered as our floor attending all sales, which will Insure the top prices. Drive straight to the PEOPLE'S HOUSE, she beheld tho unlmal and recognized guaranteeing to you the attendance of all the buyers on the market: the Highest day or night, that she was locked In the building Square Deal, a Hearty Handshake and a absolutely Accurate Weights and an Market Prices, with blm rather startled Bruin, and ho retired to the other apartment In the Irue Kentucky welcome. meantime Miss Roper, seeing a way of escape up tho ladder Into the- - attic, climbed up thore, bats or not bats, nnd onco up on the rickety floor sho drew tbo ladder up lo ber, so tho bear incorporated. would have no chance of getting hur. Shu struggled with tho llttlo attic winPERRY VILLE STREET. TELEPHONE NO. 50. dow until sho got It open, and then DANVILLE, KENTUCKY. began ber vigil fcr help. PUBLIC SALE! M-l1- -2 Terms Made Known on Day of Sale ty's father. "Well, it is considerate." "Didn't I sny so?" asked Emmons. His wife throw him a scornful look as she resumed tho letter: "'The table here is awfully tiresome. I wish you'd havo Nora make me a big fruit cake. That keeps so well and Is so SAM ROBINSON Stanford, Ky Q Vtf :!. V,-I- FOR SALE PRIVATELY. k1 Olo-on- K."-1- State Normal rd I People's Tobacco Warehouse Co., wholesome.' " "Indeed?" "Now, if you're going to Interrupt all tho time I'll read the rest to myself. 'And. mother dear, if you could find time to make a lot of your delicious sand tarts I'd Just love them. Tho girls aro all crazy about them. don't know how I ever did It, for I'm careful of my clothes, but I have d a big tear In my foulard frock. You are so wonderful at mending that I'm sending It home for repairs. Please get It back before Saturday, as our crowd Is going to the matinee, and I want to wear it. Please ask dad If I may go to tho matinee very Saturday. We divide the price of the chaperon's ticket so It doesn't cost very much, and you know the theater is very educational. " 'I've decided that I need a gulmpe for my evening dresses. Will you please make one this week, for I need It I'd like something elaborate In tucked lace or chiffon. " 'I'm getting along splendidly In my studies, but I wish you'd ask dad If I may bo excused from geometry. don't think any one who Isn't going to terch higher mathematics, do you? I'm needs going to send you tho essay that I'm writing now I wish you'd look It over carefully and suggest any chnnges you think It needs. I want to Bet n hlnh mark in my English this year and I know If you correct my theme It will bo a perfectly good essay. " 'Well, goodby for this time. I send bushels of love and I hopo you and dad don't miss me too much. Oh, yes, you will pleakd seo If you can find my roller skates In the attic? The girls sknto In the gym on rainy days.' " 4 -- IS f "i "BALL BAND" RUBBERS Every pair of famous "BallJBand" Rubbers and boots are made from highest grade materials; the'quality is never cheapened in these goods to meet competition. This is why they have so many satisfied Jwear-er- s. jfjWe now have a large assortment of these goods.ftTry a pair andjyou will not be satisfied withanything else. three-cornere- n-- xt aw-full- 1 " W. E. Perkins, CRAB ORCHARD, KENTUCKY. MONUMENTS V i j OUR DUTY TO OUR DEPARTED ONES IS PLAIN. WE SHOULD ERECT AN APPROPRIATE MEMORIAL 0V-E- R A "Well, 1 think you won't suffer for lack of occupation for nwhlle yet," said Emmons. "And my socks can fruit another month or so." "Aren't you ashamed! Dear little' THEIR FINAL RESTING PLACE. MONUMENT IS NOT EXPENSIVE UNLESS YOU CARE TO HAVE IT SO. CONSIDERING AND OUR WORK IS UNSU RPASSED WE HAVE A LARGE QUALITY, IS VERY CHEAP. ' THIS Kitty!" "Of course I am ashamed, and she needn't tako geometry and she can go to the matinee every day it she wunts STOCK TO SELECT FROM. tO." I Wm, Adams & 142 N. Broadway, fV " Son- - I I "Why, Thomas." "Well. Isu't she my dear little Kitty as well us yours?" Lexington, Ky. , 1 A holiday Positive Proof Wanted. Scotsman went to London for a Wulklng along one of tho bald-heade- I streets, bo noticed a chemist standing at his shop and Inquired If be had any door, all-rou- storer. hair re- Peoples Tobacco Warehouse 'Company. "Yes, sir," said the chemlstj "Btep Inside, please. There's an artlclo I can highly recommend. Testimonials from great men who used It it makes tho hair grow In 24 hours." "Aweel." said the Scot, "yo can gie the top o' jour head a bit rub wi't, and I'll look back the morn and see If you're tellln' the truth." Ideas. Rurni white, clear and Heady to the last drop. For the ake ot everyoa In tho family, Insist on bavins; Sollte Lamp OilBmokelesa SJBB1 tnnlr.wasron tiaves eyes: save money. YourdeaUr has H in barrels direct from our worn m Bootless lest -Coats no more than in- kinds- ffrlniOdor- L MflK Reflacrr KY. CHAS. C. STOLL OIL CO.. LQUISVUE.Auto OU. Motor OoaoUne, Warrto, st fa. Hlsh-Gm- d o-Orb- - T f ir - -- r ' - mm - ", i- - ".T-- T f n-.W ' THE STANFORD INTERIOR JOURNAL, FRIDAY DECEMBER . I, 1911 NOTICE OF SALE! ! GIRL'S HAIR IS CUT . . Lincoln Circuit Court. r'crrill's Adm'r nnd etc., vs Thos. Korrill' Mamliffs. nnd etc., Defendants nnd 'Marv .Is " l'errill and cte., l'lnintiffa Defendant. h i;. M. to In obedience ,- n judgment ot me . . :. i !..... I ..Ii It... mj IjlllCGIIl v lrrim v. nun ruiiiieieu o(mbcr trnn, 31)11, in the nbove btvletl consohtlntcd ease, tho umler- Commissioner will on, OFF WHILE ASLEEP Tln. De-li-t- 'is dMME foxy Y -- The Ideal Reading Lamp 5 i &- - . SCISi Vgg WW Jeal rSrcif ia5 Revenge by Playmates Thought to Have Been Motive Prompting Deed. Oklahoma City, Okla. ltovetiRo by , - t It gives a strong, yet soft, white light; and it never flickers. It preserves the eyesight of the young; it helps and quiclens that of the old. You can pay $5, $10, or $20 for other lamps, hut you cannot get Rayo gives. better light than die Easily lighted, without removMade of solid brass, shade or chimney. Easy to dean and rcwick. ing Duferi ctfyiIr of write lot dnenptiw urmtr ttrtd la iny iotr of tin low-pricnicLel-plate- nniiri.in noree. tKat the lioht from n nood oil lamp easier on the eyes than any other artificial light. oil lamp made. j The Rayo Lamp is the best is Standard Oil Company (Iaeorporttl) Household Furniture playmates "Is unld to hare been tho motive that prompted somn one to reach through n window of tho home Monday. December lltli 1911. of Claudo Weaven an attorney, tlurlnR , - the nlnht and cut off the lock of Cnnnlv pnnrt ilnv. nt nbout 1 tils dnuRhter, as clock P. M in front of the couit ho Iny Mlrrp. When hone door in Stnnford, Ky., offer In tho morntiiR her longtho girl nwoko braid lay on for snlo nt public outcry to the Inchest nnd best bidder the tract of bind tho floor near tho bed. a Sir. Weaver hn hired detective to owned bv Thomas Ferrill nt the time work on tho enso. Recently Mis a if hii denth nbout '. miles from on Lnnenstcr tnrnpiko i" Stnnford Lincoln county, Ky.. bounded op the north by lands of L. 1. Xunnolliv, on the enst by II. II. FcrrilPs heirs; on the south by Lnnenstcr turnpiko nnd on the west by lniul of Henry Hester, nnd containing 63 ncros of land. Terms. The snid snlo will b mndo on n credit of six months. Pond with Rood security tor the purchase price payable to tic Commissioner, benrimr six nor cv'it inter est from dnlo of sale, secured by the lien on the lnnd. and linen . will force nnd effect of a bo required of the puicuior. This November 121, 11111. Ollnr-baraflftcen-yenr-ol- ORPE R ym CLOTHES FROM US AIL SAVE MONEY. AND Our atoefc. nro ao Inrio that you hnv. vry Btylo nnd pattern, nnd ulie, nnd hnpa from which to y and AtUUctnry i you enn do It In tlio torB. elect: nnd wo mnke lmyliiK nV MAIL, Jimt n thntyou enn eet NOWHEnn XI.SK, ijch nit Wo Imvo iclnl th.n WE PAY EXPRESS Wc Handle None Rul the Bcsl. Levy's Special Stills for Men, ul Levy's Spcclnl Uoys' Suits willt 2 pairs of Panfs ... and nil tho Londlnp Linos of III C'pAr ' FURNISHINGS, HATS AND SHOES. tf"T llM-l,- . Wo Uun a Urir uiul lllintrtml free on raquest. crttnlo!,-- , whleh we WE ALSO SEND SAMPLES FRUE. Montlrai tlila pnprr and wrlto u rully for nuythlni; you want In our lino, and you'll eat a nroiont and nutlifuctory answer. Aud If nuythlnk" you buy hero la nut nxartly what you want It may bo returned anil your 310N1SY will un Immediately JIKFUNDKD, Fiilroad Fires FelnodtJ at Certain Tints. Keobus Retail Merchints Association. A House H,tiitillslicd CO Ycura Aqo. Ilic Lnrije.st In lis Line. indi-.ncnt- The Bright G. D. FLOKEN'CE, 93-3. II. C. L. C C. Sfot. LEWS LOUISYILLE, NOTICE OF SALEl Third and MarkcL HEED Many THE WARNING. People Have none So, Cuts Off Girl's Hair. NOTICE OF SALE! Weaver has been taunted by her playmates who resented what they termed Lincoln Circuit Court her tendency to ho "stuck up." CynV. M. Itriuht Jm trustee. Plaintiff thia Powell, a girl friend, also had reUacliol Kelley llallou, Defendant. ceived a letter threatening her with Pursuant to a jiulpmont in the dire punishment union she continued tOBpcak to certain boys of tho neigh- alioe styled eau.e nt the XuvenuVr borhood. Tho pollco suspect that one term, lllil, of snid court tlie nmler-siKnof Commissioner, will on these boys cut off Ilarbara's tresses. th ' 9 f I . Moiulav, December County cimi t day, nt nliout 1 o'LION CLAWS A LITTLE GIRL clock P. M. in front of the court lioue door in Stnnford. Ky., offer An Eye Gouged Out, an Ear Torn Off fur sale at public witerv to the hiRh-nnd l)".t liiddor, the folloniiij: and Her Face Terribly leeril(cd proper! v, to wit: Mangled. Ten (10) shares of Mock in the Syracuse. N, Y. Clawed and bitten National Hank of lluhtonville, Ky., by a huge lion In a sldo show at tho The same will he offered in two lot stato fair here. Laura Hums, nged of five shares each rtnd then the seven years, of Morrlsvillo, JC. Y hov- tii shares together nnd the h:il acers between llfo and death. The girl cepted which rculizp. the iiwsl money was frightfully mangled when she failTerms. The snid stock will he ed to keep back of the roiK.'s and cams sold on u credit of six months. Purwithin reach of the monster beast. chaser .will he required In irivo bond The lion caught her with one of bis for tlio purchase price with approvmassive pav s and while he held her ed personal security, pax able to the fast he clawed her with tho other paw ConimiMonor, lienrini; -- is per cent, as he tried to pull tho child Into his ii'tcrest from date of nV. 'invins cage. Attendants rushed to tho child's the force nnd effect of n judgment aid, but the animal had her fast In his nnd further secured by lien on the grip, and Infuriated by tho taste ot proper! v. blood refued to let lose until prodded This. NovemWr 21st 1911. with heated Irons. (5. I). FLOHKNCE. M. C. L. C. C. When finally It released the child It 03-was found that tho Iton had gouged one of her eyes, torn off an enr, out HERE IS A REMEDY THAT WILL and lacerated her face and the upper CURE SKIN AND SCALP part of her body. Tho great throng AFFECTIONS. and the shouts of the crowd frightened And Wc Can Prove it. The Penny druc store says to person he it man, woman or child who tins nn irritated lender itcliins: SKIN or SCALP, you need not suffer another day. "We 1.,1-t...Cl. - ,1 ..fl.111.1 ul'll, ,.., ...Ml I 11,11 . llflt ...... l 11,111- A HJIiin. -- niti nets instantly nnd will bring you swift and Mire results. One warm bath with ZK.MO SOAP nnd one application of ZK.MO and vou will not suffer another moment .i.i.l ..ii will arum hnit ii elire in lit'llt ZKSIO nnd ZK.MO SOAP are prov-li- ii cures for every form of skin or They nre sold by affection. one leading dniRjnst in eerv eilv or town in America nnd in Slnnfoid. bv Pcnnv'H Druir Store. nl 1 1 1 et 3. ev-ve- ry Stanford Wc have some special bargains in bed room suits, odil rimcers. or nar-land iron beds. Also line of nice chairs of all blankets, lace anil library tables, rockers recoptlon chairs, comforts fnds. dininq tables, curtains, shades carpets, mattings, ruqs. oil cloths and linoleums. W. A. TRIBBLE, Stanford, Ky. FIRST NATIONAL BANK, STANFORD, KENTUCKY PROGRESSIVE STRONG ACCOMMODATING And Seeking Your Bank Account. CAPITAL $50,000. TO-DA- Y. Open an Account With us SURPLUS $25,000 When the kidneys nre Hick tlicv sivo unmistakable wnrninjjs that should not be ignored. Ily exnmin-in- ? the urine nnd treating tho kidneys upon the first simi of disorder, many dins of sufferine may he snv-e'Sick kidneys expel a dark ill smellini; urine, full of "briekdut" sediment nnd painful in pas$nj:c. Slusjiish kidneys cause n dull pain in the smnll of tho back, hendnehes. dizzy spells, tired languid foeliiiR'-nnfrequent rheumntic twimjc. Doan's Kidney Pills nre for the kidneys only. If you suffer from any of this nbove symptoms you can use no better remedy. Stanford people recommend Doan's Kidney Pills. John II. Wren, E. Main St., Stnnford. Ky., says: "I know from experience that Doan's Kidney Pills nro all that is claimed for them. Off and on for several years I had severe uttacks of lnrae buck. I often did work that required stooping nnd nt such times the trouble became worc. There was nlso a too frequent desire to void tho kidney secretions both day nnd nilit Doan Kidney Pills relieved me nnd have never failed to benefit me when I have taken thm since." For sale by nil dealers. Price 50 Co., Buffalo. cents. Foster-Milbur- n Hew York, sole wjentn for the United Stnes. Itemember the name Donn'H and tnke no other. d. d Defendants. Provided for by Nature. Moles and the mote cricket haro th anio problem to ncRollnte In cuttlnc Lincoln Circuit Court. cavca In the Rrounil, go here an Inaoct nam bare Pirnt Nntionnl Honk, of Stnnford, nnd an anltmil both alinve.l-llk- tho hnnda ahnprd forclega nnd Ky., Plaintiff, v O. 0. Spoake, etc., and clawa. Pursuant to n judgment rendered in the above Mled cause, lit the November term 11)11, ol smd court, the undersigned Commissioner will on. Monday. December 11 BCIBHIHBfill PROFESSIONAL AND BU8INCSS CAI1D3 Hi 1911 Cour)t.v court day, at about 1 o'clock P. M. iu front of the court house door in Stanford, Ky., offer for sale .it public outcry to the hichrst bidder the follow iuk described tract of 0. D. CARTER LIVERY AND FEED BTADLE STANFORD, KY. land, to-ui- t: MASONS' MEETING. Lincoln Uxlilr No. on K. . A. SI. will Hurt In li,tl romuiunicnlloii on rnck llrt nml tlilnl Moixlny uliilits Dlmoh montli, nt TU n'oliwk In tlmlr hull on ninlii atrir, t. Htnn ford. Ky. Similars of iUIit liMltf,Hr T W. linllwl to U H'C JOHN COOK a ice, Make your home as modern for your family MR. FARMER: esidence, and plaee'yourrelf in a position to get th. latest market quotation ot any time. This can bo accomplished by means of our telephone service compared with which you and your neighbors can jjet for a sum that is the benefits received. Call or address our nearest oflico or write direct to leadquarters, Nashville, Tenn., for information regarding our special "Farmers' Lino" rate. If vmi are net at present enjoying telephone service, we ran immediately iiitercVt you. Our lines cover the States of Kentucky, tLe Southern portion TunL M;iuinni. Louiiiann nndTFJO'ESSER TEL. : of Indiana and TEL. CO. Dlinoia. EAST -I RURAL TELEPHONES. as CAUSE AND REMEDY, Iroi - uwAT - USEM iksv V I jiX. jaW try-- t r5.tvrsatxAWrite forfull par. ..t.sA paxes, sample etc. ' DICTIONARY THE MERR1AM WEBSTER Tho Only New unabridged dictionary in many years. Contains the pith and essence of an authoritative library. Covers ovory Hold of knowl. edgo. An Encyclopedia in a singlo book. The Only Diotiooary with tho JVew Divided 1'afie. 400,000 Words. 2700 Pngos. 0000 Illustrations. Cost noarly half a million dollars. t us toll you ubout this most remarkable mngio voiumo. INTERNATIONAL WEBSTER'S NEW ..THE.. LINCOLN CO. . NATIONAL BANK corner nest to Court House Stanford. Kentucky. m ticulara, Uncertainty of the immediate future is looked upon by many men of affairs, as a blockade to enterprise and business prosperity, and this blockade is now quite apparent throughout the channels of trade. The Presidential Election; the efforts of Congress with no fixed purpose; Organized Labor as a new factor in politics; together with other matters of greater or less import, represent at this time a chaotic conflict of separate interests, to harmonize which is now the problem before the country. All want Prosperity, Peace nnd Plenty. Read with care the Cincinnati Enquirer, a journal that prints all the news each day from every commercial center throughA barometer of out the world. causes nnd effects tliat points out, as a Beacon Light, the danger and the safeguard therefrom. As well known, the Daily Enquirer is the largest in size and highest priced paper in the United States, yet cheapest, measured by quawy ami quuniiiy. The Weekly Enquirer, with the cream rnd digest of all the news, able aud conservative editorials, market reports, methods and results from Government nnd State Experiment Stations, veterinary matters, People's Forum, choice literature, short nnd continued stories, non-sectari- A tract of 55 acres of land near Ilichland, Lincoln County, bounded on the north by C. W. Vomitr and .1. S. Ybumr, on the west by J. S. Vounir nnd Dunlnp; oti the south bv Frank llortoii and 1'. 0. Palish, nnd on the cast by tho Stai.. ford nnd Wnvncahurs; turnpike. will be Terms. Said property sold on a credit of six mouths, anil the purchnser will bo required to give bond with approved personal security for the purchase price, pav-abto tho Commissioner, henrius siv ikt cent intcroH from date of sale, hnviiijr the force aud effect of n jiulzmcnt. and further scoured by lien on the land. The purpose of said sale is to satisfy n judgment rendered in favor of pluinlitf for tho sum of $900. with six per cent interest from Juno 'S.I, 1010, until paid, and the costs of this notion ctdimntcd nt $50. This November Ul. 1011. K, ii Veterinary Surgeon and dentist. V Specialist on 'II horse and animal , Stanford, Ky. Phone 194 1 disease. MACCABEES. A. U. Sine. Deputy 8Ute Comma.na'ar Btanotrd, Ky.. STANFORD TENT NO. 7. .Meets : 4th : Monday : Night W. W. BURGIN DKNTI3T. Office at Residence. CRAB ORCHARD, KY. DR. T. W. PENNINGTON 8:30-1A.M. and 1 to 4:30 1.M oihce Myers llouso flats Htanford Ky " WILL ADAM8 Livery; all kinds of hauling, Fur2 le .. O. I). FLOIiKNCK. !3-- M. C. L. C. C. Hours Dentist In His Own Fist Nearly every man carries in his own fist the pow er to how out his own financial destiny, but his success depend Innrely up his nbllitv to save mouc & BANK The STATE TRUST COMPANY, offers him tho opportunity to savu Ins money. Call nnd seo us and open nu nccount with us. Wo w niture packing. S'anford, Ky. Phono 17a I). Steonbergcn, sells, builds, reJ. pairs nnu adjusts scales at rock bottom prices. Beo him for prices beforo you buy. Address Stanford, It V. T.L.Beazley&Co AND UNDERTAKERS DEALALSO Clawed by a Lion. IN FURNITURE, RUGS. THEY WILL EXCHANGE FURNITURE FOR ALL KINDS OF STOCK. GIVE THEM A CALL. PRICE RIGHT. ER MAT-TINQ- D. No. 1. M I low-- t OfTTcn Oculut and Optle'an over II. J. Mclloberta" more, Stanford, Ky. DR. W. N. CRAIG, " Lt5N. TIWETKBLE No. 11, Houth.lllMp. M. Nn. 91, Houth. 10 : A M. No. 14. Morth.:e A. M, Nn. . Nortb.tHK r. M. A. M. No.tt, No.H.llwr, M, I0;1D the rest ot the beasts In the tent, so that keepers had to guard them with loaded weapons. ; SHOT BY PEEPING NEGROES of - I JOS. 8. RICE, At;ont. Clrcua Watchman Is the Victim Clacks Looking In Women's Dressing Room. Kama this HAS A sermons, general FRUIT AND SHADE TREES. Shrubs, Asparagus, Ilhiilmtu, Peonies. Hoses. Phlox, etc. Kventhiii!! for orchard, lawn nnd Kurden, No Ky Thomas McCor-mlc- Anentki. Louisville. Our prices may interest aged 3G, watchman tor the liar-nu- J on. Fico ( utalo'.'iie. & Ilalley circus, was fatally shot H. F. Hillenmeyer & Sons. during the performance here one Lexington. Ky. night recently. Will Anty, a negro, Is under arrest for the crime. McCormlck found two negroes peeping Into tho tent used by women performers for a dressing room, lie remonstrated with them and they went nway. A second time he caught the peepers pnd calling an assistant matlq ready tOj eject them from the Inclog-ure- . Oue of the negroes then drew a revolver and shot MeCormick. Dies of Rattlesnake Bite. Kllzabetb St. Joseph, Mo. Mrs Bchmolebeck, 35 years old, died us tho result ot a bite of a rattlesnake, which attacked ber In her tanks.. nssuro you that you have no regrets. Instead of Liquid Antiseptics Peroxide liuiny jwoplo nro now using Yours to servo Paxtino Toilet Antiseptic Tho new toilet geruilclilu powder to bo dUuilved in wnter as needed. l'or ull toilet and liy(;lenlo ubcslt Is lnstter anil mora economical. To cleuuso and whiten tho teeth, removo tartar ami provunt decay. To dlhlufect tho mouth, destroy UlscuMi (reruns and purify tlio breath. To keep nrtllk'tul teeth nnd brldiruworkelenu. odoi less To remove uleutiiio from tho teeth aud purify tho breath after Miioklnir, To craillouto iwraiilrntlou and body odor by (.poiitfo b.ltlilup'. Tlio iK'st autihoptte wash known. iulloves ami fctreuh'thous tired, wealt' lutlamedeyex. Heultitoruthroat,woumU and cuts. i'liind'r.O et. aln v. ilriijfUta or by until postpabL Siiinplo Free. THE PAXTONTOILETCO..Bo.Tor,.MA.. fM0k 3 X Vj U jwzm?z3L a let " paper and wo wilt tend tree of Capital of $100,000 AND A J Pocket Maps Surplus of $100,000 AND TOTAL l v 5lr p "Mm J? aiCMrrrluiC.. r SprloKlleld. vw"V3 You're losioB wu .dvertiBO m M V Resources Over .$500,000 It- s- if you don't information, etc., with the exclusion of all matters of scandal and im- -' morality, is today the Cleanest Weekly Family Journal obtainable. Xiaeli issue is aione worm me price of a year's subscription. Solicitors for subscriptions make a handsome profit and increase the good influence of The Knquirer in the uplift of morality and industry, and for the betterment and welfare of the community. For terms write to The Enquirer, Cincinnati, Ohio, UMirjr Y ?. r. fur : 5 State Bank Trust (o. mSftM, IIESJOT. We trllyouhow, rut' r"Jyl",Hvia-- l pi tin ii aa'ii or chiult. 1( Icrcu. Uvulr Write t M. SADEL We are i! Krlcrt. ami can 0 , ixliJi: Allf-U- . UsUrtlnFUK,i i . ..;" N SE5S2r THE INTERIOR JOURN AL, STANFORD KENTUCKY FRIDAY, DECEMBER I, 1911 (ROTGZEr akina Powder "Absolutely Pure Where the finest biscuit, s, cake, crusts or puddings are required Royal is indispensable. hot-bread- tho sick list Mrs. J. 0. Carpenter has been on for several dny. Mrs. J. F. Holdnm of Crab Oreh-nrwhs tho guest of Mrs. J. S. Kico this week. Herbert Kinnaird is back after h business trip to Indiana nnd other points. Mr. nnd Mrs. Sum Severance, and hondsomo young Hon, William Severance, Jr., of Louisville will eat Thanksgiving dinner with Mr. and Mrs. Will Severance here. Mr. Walter McKinney of Lincoln county, visited Air. J. ('. llotlndy last week and they spent ocvcral days hunting birds with very good Casey County News. success. d, M O I0I0I0I0I0I0B0I00I0IOI IO1010101010 , 3 0 0 0 0 0 What Is Wrong With 0 o 0 0 0 Casey's Feet He failed to buy his shoes from l 0 0 Xmas presents of useful and pleasing char- 0 acter is my display of watches, clocks, solid 0 0 gold and high grade filled jewelry, solid silver 0 useful articles. n Hex Cummins &Wearen We can fit you and give you the worth of your money every lime you buy. Hanan'Our Special" and "Eclipse" shoes 0 0 3 . Royal is equally valuable in the preparation of plain, substantial, every-da- y foods, for all occasions. The only baking powder made from Royal Grape Cream ol Tartar XA Ho Alum No Llmm Phosphates 1 sSSaSP PERSONAL and SOCIAL C. Kilbonru. have been the guests of Mis Stella Utile Mr. anil Mm. W. fleorgo Q. Menefee, came up 'mm Birmingham. Aln., to cut turkey with the home folks. Dr. M. 0. Bryant, of the Wa section, has been quite ill X?r hevernl days. Mrs. Mary B. Crnig has ben In LoiiisiIle this week attending tho by A. I). t?iinpson, services emiu-ie- d the eelcbrnted evangelist. Supt. Walter 0. Hopper, of tho Mt. Sterling City chools, George D. Hopper and Joseph Hopper, of Central University came homo to pnt their feet under the tablo Thanksnon-bu- rg knives, forks and spoons in latest patterns. Diamond brooches, rings and cuff buttons, 0 high quality of silve; plated ware and other 0 0 0 0 0 0 M W. H. MUELLER, Jeweler. hot fire use If you want 0 conls from nnd For Thanksgiving 0 hams ynrds. Ken Diamond Den- 02-3- 0 0 t. Reliable party would like to rent a good farm. Dest of references. 01-- tf Lock Box 214, Stanford. engine CRANBERRIES OYSTERS CELERY, MINCE of-FR- 0 0 MEAT. for street dress. Price $2.50 to $5.50. It will do you good to take a look at that "Good-ye- ar Welt" in a high-to- p 0 0 0 0 0 0 . giving. R.-L- Let me overhaul your gasoline and avoid cold weather D. Ballon. troubles this wiutcr. Ieave word at the I. J. office. For Sale. A vnlunblo building lot on Danville avenue. Mis. Chur-lott- o Warren. 00-3- p. All Kinds AND NUTS Mrs. J. S. Rico is in Louisville the guest of Mrs. W. V. Sheridan. Mrx. T. A. Rice is tho guest of friends in Richmond and Iciington this week. Miss Mary M. MelJoJti, ajfjij-- j ville, is the guest of friends hero for Thanksgiving. Mrs. M. It. Snlin is spending tho Thanksgiving holidays with rela tives at her old homo in Owcnton. Mius Emma llnys spent Thanksgiving with relatives and friends nt I.ancustcr. Misrt Eluabeth Stngg ruiried off a dainty crochet bog Inst Mock which was won by Mrs. A. I). Parsons. Miss Kfllo Buughmnn will ontortnin the Bach Club nt her homo in the couulry Friday cveuing. Col. J. 0. Wcatbcrford, of was nhnking hand with his many friends hero Wednesday. Mebdames Robert Lytic, W. B. Penny of Danville and Ilenry Bright of Mt. Sterling, were guests of Mrs. Mary Penny here this week. William Severance spent, several dny in the citiw this week buying stocks of goods for tho Christmas trndc. JioHt George M. Dnvison bus been in Cincirnati for several diy Blade, one of the most popu-la- r drummers on the road nnd 1'nsr . Take your Thanksgiving dinner and family. Misd Trill Newberu of Hustonvillo has been the guest for several dnyB of her mint, MnuT. V. Pennington. Mm. Woods Walker, and pretty little daughter of Paint IJck, spent several dnys with Mrs. J. C. Ilnyu. Robert and John Becwcr of Louin-vill- e, rpent ttovcrnl days hunting her Unt wo4c near the homo of thoir father, J. .1. Scower, back of lloneyvillc. Mrs. Kan T. Wenre.i leaves for a visit W la" Mrs. Honnr.1 Utnmctliuu, in I otiimille. Mr. Oeorgo Wood and littlo' Hon of Ilrokrn Arrow, OM.ihonm, who have indo n Msver.il work' delightful visit to Lincoln nud Hojle relatives, relumed home last week. Mr. and Mr-J- . Alfred Knds Inst week from a whort bridal trip through the, Blue (Irasn. They nro making a Hhort visit to Mr. find Mr. T. 1) Ncwland on tho Somer-fi- ct pike. Wed-lutogrnnd-dauchtcr, td Chancellor of the Grand Lodge, Knightii of PyJluie,twnTi here this week shaking hands with Ins many fncnus and seeing the trade. Mrs. W. II. Shanks is back homo after a protracted stay in a hospital in Lexington. She is still far from having regapned her strcth however. Grnnd SHORT LOCALS. For Snlc. My home om Street. Fred Eichenberger. , with ua this time and you will be Smith Premier type writer. Has just been rebuilt and is sure to como back. ovorybit as good as new. Can be bought at a bargain. Anyone lookC. L. Gover ing for a typewriter should come in Ky. Stanford, and try this one. It can be bought for less than half what a new The restauranter meals cofits, and is as good as a new one. Apply at tho Interior Journal all houre, Bakery in connection. 93tf offlcc. For Sale. Fraiuro cart, rubber tire, nnd harness all new. Also two For Xmns presents that will Miller nleaso nnd bo a joy forover. Go to goood marcs in foal to jack.. R. C. tf Mucllcr'u Jowclry Store Englemun For Salt A ma-chi- to 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 01 0 0 0 0 $ split the mud; wear like iron and keep your feet dry. Price from $2.50 to $7. Drop in and let us show you how to make any shoe turn water. CurpipiDs & Wearei) Stanford, Ky. that will I 0 0 0 m 0 0 0 0 H 0 m 0 . m 51 1 1 l i l0l0l0l0l0B0I0a00l0B0B0iea0l I&I I0B0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 000 0 00000 0 -- 95-lt- p. Hns-tonvil- lo For Sale Six Mammoth Bronze y houso; 3 aero tobac good gobblers. Mrs. Win. Vatheny Stanco barn, all necessary outbuildings, t. ford, Ky., fruit tree etc., good cistern at door I am ready in grind and bolt buck and two good everlasting springs, on wheat. Also buckwheat flour for place, place located threo miles sale. Will grind every Tuesday. from town on Rush Branch pike, 93-t- f. I.ouia Jones Stanford, Ky. t. Chas. Eiisblin, two-stor04-294-2- For Kent. 10 acres of land with I respectfully solicit your sub scriptions for magazines, newspapers or nny periodicals of any kind. Subscribe through mo and save mon-otimo and trouble II. L. Steger. 95tf Crab Orchard. VELVET CORDUROT - ih w y, 0 1 ARE YOU FREE FROM I am paying highest prioea for Oysters, celery, cranberries, mineo fresh eggtf, chickens and all kinus iveat, fruits and uts. George II. of country produce. Fields Uroa., Stanford at Jcsrfo Lynn's old stand. 93-t- f. Farris. p Colds, Indigeitwo, Headaches, Pain, Constipation, Sour Stomach, Dizziness? If you arc not, tlie most 'effecthre, prompt and pleasant method of getting rid of them is ta oi bMitievs. E. C. Cnrmnn.the popnlnr post.v' take, now and then, a desertspoon an-- i ful of the ever rcfreslung and truly clerk on the K. C. nnd stood his tint cxnminntinn in the Civil beneficial laxative icmedy Syrup nt Cincinnati enrly in tho week of Figs and Elixir of Senna. It is with il.viug colMid well known throughout the world is. getting n mark of 00 family laxative remeas the best of News hns been received from dies, because it ads so gently and Iluichc-ho- n strengthens naturally without irri- I.H:isvilc that Mrs. J. W. been quito ill for several has tating the system in any way. To get its beneficial effects it is di.jv, which will bo bad nowa to bsr always necessary to buy the genu- n nny friends here. Mr. nnd Mrs. Ilnys Foster returnine, manufactured by the California extenthe name ed last Fridny night from nnparents, Fig Syrup Co., bearing ded visit to Mrs. Foster's of the Company, plainly printed on Dr. and Mrs. 0. P Nuckols at the front of every package. Sci-vin came-throug2. inly the W. S. Fish represents s. Lest and slrermest Insurance I will apply to the governor for a Let him keep yiu iratected. pardon for W. C. Hutchison, convictI will sell my home on East Main ed nt tho February term of tho Lin street on very ensy terms. See me coln Circuit Court of malicious shooting without wounding and sen if von are looking for a good hon priced riirht. II. C. Baughmnn. tenccd to serve two years in tho ctm-oanle- TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN. Mrs. Nannie B. Jones, n wealthy widow of Danville, died last week after an illness of cancer. Mrs. Jones was ,(ho richest citizen of Boylo county, and had vast interests in Teins. She was a Miss Sla-viof Garrard county, but had lived in Danvillo for some years. She loaves a. daughter, Mrs. Guy Hundley, of Boylo county, and three "jt brother, Dr. John, Edward and Jas. Slavin. n, Aviation caps, Toques, Scarfs, and For Suits, Skirts, etc., in Brown, 0 0 1 i J ti . J0 t DiacK ana oiue, oj cents per yaro. e-r- v 0 Sweaters 0 iery, Comforts, Blankets, Out- ings, et c. Winter underwear and hos- - 0 0 J, 1 i Fntdi Oysters just received. Fields Bros., nt Jes9e Lynn's old stand. to instnll hot water and hot uir heating, plumbing esc, Conn Bros., Lancaster, Sl-t- f. We nro prepared penitentiary. J. D. STEENBERGEN. STiTi or Lost. Lemon nnd whito spotted hound; little M! branded on right side. $2.50 reward for return to Charles Itnnkin Hcdgevillc, Ky 92-- 3 There is a great difference In life Insurance policies. Mutual Benefit Policies are superior. I can show you. Why not buy the best? R. M. Newland Agent. I 0 0 0 0 a We are prepared to supply your demands for cold weather. Remember we handle only goods of qual- ity and guarantee prices. Hughes, Martin & Co. Ky. Stanford, 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 i If you own a littlo hard rubber lliu.1 he la mkH Fxixx J. Citicr nikn oth A Co.. doinn Enrtnrr ot Uw Brm o( V. J. ul"' buaUMwa In the Cur ot Toledo. Oountr nkl arm wUl par th. ran ol alnrruk!. oil DOLL A US lor mrh tnd timr ONK HUNUHEll ol CiTinHii that cann.t tw cured by tbe cm ol Ohio Cut or Toledo, i ( tVCUt COK.1TT. tht cuiitr tht 589eSS09e099 r. 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 9. i ( i n Catibui ecu. Hyomei inhuler, G. L. Penny will sell jou a bottlo of Hyomei for only GO ri'nts. Breatho H and end catarrh, asthma, cto. It is guaranteed a complete outfit $1. Sworn to tfor me and uberrtbl In mt prwence. thta Itli air ot December, A. L).. list. 'i A. W. OLCASON. i NOTAT rVBUC. I -I Catarrh Cure Is taken taternallr and acta llall-dlrrrtlr utun th. blood and muroua .urtaee ol the tratenu bend lor teetlmonuu. rrre. K. i, CHENEY 4 CO., Toledo. O Hnld br all nrunrtiita, lit. llaU'. ratailv lill. t eoiutlpatlon. fal. toank i. cucynv SEAT r "it- FLORIDA. CUBA and WESTERN NORTH CAROLINA. Aro near hy and comfoitnhly reached when you consider thnt tho Sol hern operate Railway dailv BREAD And If you want aood bread order Bauahman's No. I Fancy Patent Flour from your grocer. He will charge you osly 75 cents for a 25 POUND SACK and "your family can live a whole week or lonner on It. See how little it cost to-- live If you will EAT BREAD made of Bauahman's flour. YOU CANT BEAT IT. Everv sack guaranteed to be STRICTLY FIRST CLASS. On sale In every grocery store In Stanford, and the majority of the stores In the county. 0010l0101010Hi0K 0H010X0B00101O1000010"0"0100000"01000"0I 10100 '0 0 h: 0 0 Come to Louisville at Out Expense Railroad Fares Rebated Through the Holiday Season Until Christmas when you havo completed your hsopping in this store tnke your I'urchaRO a round trip tiekct from your home to I,ouisilIe. with each purchase, to the credit desk, (south end of tho building) return ickct nnd your unlets chcckc, which ur given you to tho total a mount of your round trip railroad firm floor. Wo will rof.md to you in cash 5 per cent o n your .pundmcH up faro. 0 0 V 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 r through sleeping cars from St Louis r.nd Louisvillo to Knoxville, Aslivillo Jacksonville. Tourist tickets nnd Ilomeseekorft' tickets aro now on salo hy all agents of tho Southern Railway. Call on any agent for rates and other information, or write for copy of 'Winter Homes in tho South", "Land of tho Rkv" hooklct, to J. C. Beam. Jr., A. G. P. A. St.Louis. Mo. 4-- 5 0 & m Quail Are Fine This Fall J. H. BAUGHMAN & CO. Stanford, Ky. . l 0 0 0 0 X Stewart's Louisville Christmas Splendidly prepared in Holiday Merchandise 61 complete stores under one roof. Store. Gifts for every occasion and merchandise for every need. , Mail orders filled. 0 0 Anything needed in Christmas merchandise. LOUISVILLE, THE STEWART DRY GOODS CO. INCORPORATED $& 0 0 0 KENTUCKY "I Dnt to get them you havo to gel your ammunition from Coffey vt Coleman. Don't forget that we carry the very best lino of shells to be had nnd want to supply all of our hunting friends. IF YOU WANT A SUIT OF C LOTHES WITHOUT AN EQUAL Nearly everybody knowt that out THAT INSURES THE WEARER FIT. COMFORT AND DURABILITY. groceries cannot be excelled anywhere for fre.tunosa and price. I1 A TRIAL WILL CONVINCE YOU. WE MAKE THE PRICE AND SELL wnnt you. Wo rivo prompt delivery nnd polite service. Try us. Cof- THE GOODS. fey & Coleman. FIT, COMFORT i DURABILITY iIBllOHllOOi:.11iIlllliiI0II0ilOl hon COFFEY A COLEMAN, 1M. Prsmpt Dllvtry. L. L SANDERS. Grab Orchard, Kentucky. wirwiiwra"IM'' -- TKMnff k THE FARMERS Chan Kern bodght of THE STANFORD INTERIOR JOURNAL, FRIDAY OECEM1EB I, 1911 J. W. Webb HUST0NVILLE NEWS. in the Perryville eection three colU KIDNEY TROUBLE in Sujfertd Ten Months Thanks for 300. , a fnrm ot Some trades recently in the Pnrks We linvj n bujcr for about iOO ncre well Improved anil vlllc section were: Dr. Kdward Ilil-lal ' have tinytliuiK nour on pik bought five calves ,of A. J. (Li.. Hit It with us. 1Iii;Iics & Adams at $21 each. Scltsam Dros., rd Mc-Car- tj, Mrs. S. S. Robinson will spend Thnnkgiunj? with Danvillo friends. Master Charles Adams is BiilTer-in- g from n severe attack of tonsi-liti- s. of Cincin-nul- l, with her mother, Mrs. Thus. is Tiipmnn this week. Mr. Wolfe will anive Wednesday for Thanksgiving. Miss Annie Dunn has returned f i tun n isit to friends in Stniuord. Miss Mack Lognn was in Danube Tuesday, chopping. Pirker Swopc has returned from T'linllc, where ho visited friends. Miss Annie Floyd was the guest of Miss Mnrgaret McCormack last wrck. Drgs got into a Hock of Mr. Gill Ci-nil's sheep and tore n few of h'l best ones to pieces. Fortuuaio 'y Mr. (owaii killed one dog Henry Hnughman left Inst Saturday evening for Atlanta. Ga. 2tllton McCormack left Sunday tor riuiidn where he will accept n i t poition for the winter. lutt Miss Lois Wiliis entertuin! Mnirlnv evening for her guist Mis L iirnbcth Mitchell. 1 K. Tudor was tin ;i,?t .f Mt. Will Rigr.ey last Sunday. Miss hthel Cone, of nenr Mure-liv- d was here a short time Tuesday. Mrs. Jason Wesley hns returned lo her home al Liberty from n delightful visit to her sister Mrs. Su- Yranlitlii'td A Thrtt W. H. Tray lor's Sale frFRIDAY As executor of W. H. Traylor, I will on -- '! I ' shoals to W. II. sold HO Wanted, To rent a farm of 100 Lillani nt C cents. C. M. Tucker jennet to 160 ucros, autl pay grain rent, if sold a very fine six year-ol- d suls; corn land if possible. A. L. to Mr. Joe W. Irvine, for $87.50. T&ompion and llro., 11. I). No. 3, Judge George W. Coulter, ot Rojlo Stanford,'. Ky., delivered lo Monte Fox a carload Lost. A" pale red row weighing of 1,500 pound choice cattle nt 0 batween ASO and H00 pounds. Had smnll licll on; Mil in left ear and The sale made by Capt. T. D. V, C. brnptl on left hip. l'loase rettiglUh of C. II. Vnnrsdall, of Boyle turn to Qivsloy MeWhorlcr, Kidd'n county last week was fairly well atttorc, Ky.v tended considering the disagreeable For Halo A few nice meat hogs; weather. Pair fnrm marcs one had weifiht 'J00 to 300 pounds. W. II. lost eye, brought WOO, 1 buy horse 95-- 2 Murphy, I'lione !!).-- 3 rings. $127, one aged work mule $130, milk which w, Lost Small black cows $10 to $50, weanling heifers fitrajcd from my fnrm on the Dan- calves $18 to 20, n flock of sheep ville piko about three weeks ago; brought $500, al urge number of had two slits in ear; uny informa- Plymouth rock chickens 75 to 80, 40 tion concerning sninc will be appre- ducks brought 50c. ciated. Mrs. Amanda S. Gilmorc. 2p Lost, strayed, or stolen from Mr. E. G. atlliUnd, of the Wayne-diiinWm. Shanks, farm on day of sale . pcction aold to Hay Johnson, of the blackish brown wcanlina Plato section of I'ulaski county, un a brown or 3, marc mule bought from J. M. 85 acre farm for .f'l,(i.r)0. Mr. of Waynesliurg on day of sale M. Deweece 98 bought from J. acros of land, the price of which and left in Mr. Shanks' now bnrn Said mare mule had a calico or perwas not made public. cale string tied around her neck ReLcs Sloan sold .even nice shunts, to Johnson the buy- ward. Address Mr. J. M. Reynold ut Waynesburg, Mr. William Shnnkn, er, of Danville, this week at 5 Stanfcrd, or X. Y. Z., Lock Box Govornor Gray, the famous 101 Stanford. Ky. gelding owned by Cnpt. I!eu Bright nnd Monte Fox, the Jnmorf T. Williams, winner of two Doyle county mule nnd stock buyers great derbies nnd which ran second gut a nice pair of in the Kentucky derby lliis jcar, mules from Will Erabry nt Lnncnster nnd considered one of the clas.siest on Monday, Counly court day. They thoroughbreds on the turf, was paid $125 for the pair. burned to death Sunday in a tire Jake Robinson bought u pair of which destroyed a barn nt ('apt. joung mules from X. W. Rogers nt Williams' stock fnrmncar Versailles. Ijuit'iittcr Monday. One was a horse County Tax, nnother famous racer, mule uud the otl,er a mare. Mr. Robalso met death in the same fire. It is inson paid $325 for them, nnd will Haid both horses were tally injured. ptohnbly use them himself. Sam .lett bad on c.thibifioti nt Sain Harris, Jr., bold a mighty the Citizens' National Hank snm-pl- u nifty pair of mare of corn rained nt la pouurj . II. llurton, tlic uarraril muie- to farm which will make about seven county buyer, nt Lancaster court day barrels to the acre. The land was Mr. Burton paid $415 for the pair, Koini in barley last fall and made and will ship them south, whence he about 30 bushels to the acre which always hns a big demand for the The laud wis hold, nt $1 n stuff he buys. was broken nnd put in corn- about Mr. ltji ton also got from George the Grst of July. The land will Grove the same day pair of horse a again be put in onions this fall if ii'iiles fo- - which he paid $300, and the weather permits, the onions to from It. L. Klkin a pair of young be fed to the little chickens next icare mules for which he gave $3S0 spring. Winchester Democrat. Am Ifournc, the Lancaster action-te'- r A big cattle deal was put through sold a sow and seven suckling the past week when Catesby Woodpigs nt nuction Monday. 'The ford, of Kaccland Farm, near Paris, brought $13.25. They were the prosold to Jonas Weil, the well known perly of his little daughter, he said. stock buyer, 305 head of cattle, at John Itasmic a Knox county far$0.50 a hundred, for future delivery. mer who was found dead from a Seventy head, averaging about 1,300 bullet wound, nt his home, was soou pounds, were delivered to Mr. Weil to have moved to Garrard county, on Friday. Pnris Kcntuckian. he having bought last spring the William Gooch farm nnd mndo a payment of $3,500 thereon, the remainder to be paid on Jnn. 1, next, when bo was to have taken posses sion. J. S. MuKittrick lost a fJno steer l.ist week from eating Osnge oranges and Tom Rankin lot one from deSloan's Liniment is a great horning. remedy fur backache. It Cnpt. D. C Conrad, of the U. S. and relieves penetrates the pain instantly no rubArmy, bought somo horbes for Uncle bing necessary just lay Sam in this section and in Gurrard it on lightly. lately. Ho got n nice Here's Proof. gelding from J. II. Woods for "I hid rnjr tuck hurt in the Ilotr War and la Sin frrancUco two yeaia ato I which lie paid 110 ;ho bought a 2- -j u hit br (tree! car la tin uu pUct. I tried all kind of dope without car-ol- d gelding of J. B. Bourne, of Two week ajco 1 taw your llnl. mMit in a drug store and got a bottle to Gurratd for $100 a try. 'Hit brit application earned Ituuat rtliel, aad now eacept lor a Utile ttiU. gelding from Luther Rniney for $125 neat, 1 am almnat well." FLLTCIIEU NORMAN, nnd a from R. E. McRob-crtWUilicr, Calif. nNo in Garrnrd. John Englemnii of the Hubble sec-lio- n sold Homo old corn to Danville dealers nt $3.25 a barrel. Jestto II. Parks and son, of upper h the best remedy for flu mini, have bought a farm in flipjirnatlsm, neuralgia, Shelby count)', contiiiiiing 201 acres sore throat and sprains. for which t!iey paid $00 nn acre. KiU E. RiK of Broollrn, NT At the halo of Mrs. James Red-forutiles; "Sloan's Unlmcntltthetrtt fat rlminutUm. I lave uwd U nenr Burgh), luist week, a pair oi it and it Is graud." Sold by all Dealers. mules Hold for $405, two fancy 25c., 50c, dad $1.00. hnrnesH geldings biought $20Q nnd ycarlnjr colls $KiO. colts If mm $50 to $00; $75 to $10T two work inn res sola at 75 nnd $95 yearling cattle brought V.'iO n head; ewes sold at $0 a hendj xnwrt and pig from $15 lo $25, and rdiouts from f5 to $7. 93-21. e. S!)-t- p. Kcy-nold.id 175-poul-three-year-old ld ld bu-h- el. - Stanford. 021 f Mr. Wallace Wolfe, DEC. 15, 1911 two-year-ol- C. It. FIZEIt, M t. Hterllng, Ky., Myn : "f have guttered with kidney and bladder trouble tor ten yiarapatt. I J S nd san Young. C. R. McCormack is in Cincinnnti this week. Miss Priseilln New hern is the guo of Mrs. Rodmnn Keenon nt Harrodnburg McCormack has Miss Margaret returned hns returned from n pleasant visit to friends at Stanford. Miss Elizabeth Stevenson was in Danville shopping Monday. Miss Cora Mao Goode has returned from a visit to Danvillo friends. Johu Hack of Moreland was here for a fow hours Tuesday. Mr. V. II. Morso of Quiney Ky., i with Mr. II. R. Can.nitz this weok. A little girl bus arrived at the homo of Mr. and Mrs. Guy Gilloek. Miss Lula Thatcher of Lawrcnco-burs. is the guest of the Misses g, Hon-cbin- Beginning at 8 a. m. at his late residence on the Goshen turnpike, near Stanford, offer for sale all of "Lnt March his property, real and personal, consisting of housemonth. continued Pcruna piano, 2 desks, havo fott hold and kitchen furniture, player not It jialn." bees, carriage, buggy, lot ot hogs, 23 moo into mules, 7 mule colts, 9 work mules, 8 cows and er of this section no'v lesidenee the first of the calves, 3 yearling steers, about600 bushels wheat, car. Ed. Urown passed through our lot of corn, 5O0 bales of straw, 1,500 shocks, of fodturkeys en route to der, twine-binder- , town, mower, manure spreader, wheat ltrodhend. drill, plows, gears, wagons, iron safe, giaphohone operator nt Everett days with Hojc, spent a in short everything in the shape of furniture, new last and old, farming implements, and produce. Price, of Wabd, wns Dr. 10 shares of stock in Lincoln County National our town Saturday nccompnnied by Lick. Dr. Warren, of Bank; 1 share hVStanford Creamery Co- and Mcsduincs Georgia Hiown of Somerset visited Mrs. The land will be sold in the following parcels: nt this place Sunday. J. 1 The home place, containing the celebrated Edge-wooof Mr. Theie arrived nt the November and Mrs. Estill Distillery and large frame dwelling heated by 25th, u pound democrat, hurrah, steam, with all modern conveniences, and all the for Estill. Dudderar land on that side of the river. MARKETS 2 The Dudderar mill property and all land on that side of the river. Cuttle Cincinnati, 437; market quiet am steady 3 The Johu Traylor farm. at yesterday' prices; fleers 4 The John Traylor Distillery at Gilberts Creek. $7; heifers $2.50(55.35; J.50; calves, good to chio This arrangement as to land is subject to change. light steady and strong; other Terms announced on day of sale. grades weak FIZKR. nnd coininencril for tlireo lining I I a lmvo unr-- d will his . witli 250 Drown, few week. New home-folk- s G. C. in Iloo Swnin R. L. X. Drown home Price, on d 0 CINCINNATI Nov. 30. ts $3.50 cows $1.25(if $3(j7S. Hogs Re- ceipts 1,084; market opened btendy; closing weak 5c lower; packers $5.85 d.35; stags $3(fP5; common sows $45.05; pigs nnd light. $3.50 5.70. Sheep Receipts 877; market steady and slow $1.25(ii3.15. Ijimbs Mnrkct slow and weak $25. There are mighty few people in Lincoln who do not takf the I. J. J. B. Col. J. P. Chandler, Auct. Paxton, Exor. ! to- Mrs. Chas. Montgomery, is the gcusl of T. S. Carpenter. LEVEL GREEN. As this section has not been represented in the columns of your paper, we would liko to see some items which nuiy be elf interest to the readers of the I. J., as there ere several subscribers in this team-innnity. FLORIDA AND ALL SOUTHERN RESORTS ON 8AUB OAtUV WINTER TOURIST TICKETS -- o a a a o o iuattaafi posted o o oooooo0ooooo upon l I'lio liuntlnR aeniion la nenrly everyone wantu to pluCo. (1. . with iinniu.) The chatgo li Hastv S5 renin caati ut and ioat til vu ALL EQUIPMENT ELECTRICALLY LIGHTED DINING CARS SERVING ALL MEALS A LA CARTE Relieves Backache Instantly A. L. and R. N. Sampson and Wm. ASHAMEDOFHERFACE "I wns ashamcil of my face." writrs Miss 1'lcknrd of North Carolina. "It all full of ptiDplcH nnU ncarx. but nfter using 1). 1). 1). rrecrtption for Eczt-mI ran unv that now there is no xlsn of that Uczema nnd that was thrru yrarH aco." Thin Im hut on of thounnmls of ennrt In which D. I). V. han lni'ly wanned 1). I). D. uwuv the akin trouble. leunvs tho kln of thu rjerms of Kc- -, zenia. I'Horlakla nnd other kitIouh akin illKeafcea; utopM th itch InNtantly, and tvhen ukciI with I). IX I), aunp tho curr-Nothing ilka ream to ho permanent. D. I). I), for the complexion. Trial bottle 25 centx. enotiph to prove tho merit of this wonderful rem-dWe ran nlao irlve yon a full aire bottle for fl.00 on our nbcolnle Buar-nntthat if thla very flrot loltle folia to clve you relief It will cost you noth-inwan v. ee c. GOOD RETURNING UNTIL MAY 31, 1012. FOR Ilcirbenhach Ilros. N. 11. i'liiir ner, Jacob On ider Fred Von Allinnn Muttie II. Howe. 5. II. lluughraau V. P. IJcIdcn l'rnl Von (Iruciiuau, Jolm Ilorroc J. M. Gootdi Win. and John Huffman. William Cordier. J. It. Mycw. J. V. Haimhninii. U 1. Nunnellcy, J. 1 Cover, JIm. W. Q. Mcllea H. Cnineiiihcli. Mis. Mnltio Whito Mrn. S. I). Hintt, Sam Cmtello K. V. Carnon. II. ('. ilaiighuinii, Ntdjce. No one nllowcd to hunt on rav fann. Kox Dudderar. C. T. 'iIImou, la. 0. (Jooch. Herman liirkoU. t IL Allen, J. Is. M.immi three-jear-o- lu s. Fields' son John stopping nt Victor Price's last week on a four day's hunting expedition. They hnvc returned homo after having enjoyid the hospitutity of the mountain quail and wild turkeys. Tom Drown, one of the most promi nent young men of our section, is contemplating a trip to the southern part of Florida. He will likely engage in the insurance and real estate business. n trad- O. J. Mullins, tho well-know- ma PARTICULARS. Pautottf CALL OK ANY TICKcT ACENT, QUEIN & CRESCENT ROUTE, IL C. KLNU, on wnrre and Ticket Actflt. 101 C. Main St, LCXlNuTON, KY. J. SoonUl'orl. Jim. Jolin 7A. Carter. d. V Roger, lU-tli-e H. C. BRIGHT, Pres. ALLEN HIEATT. es J. S. PRICE. Sec. &, Treas. Danville Tobacco Warehouse Co. (Incorporated.) AXKOUNCKS t Shuqars threo-year-o- ld t Tanner. Druanlsts. s, Stomach Blood and SLOANS LINIMENT hot-tl- fi Liver Troubles Much aScknefl start with weak atomach, and consequent lack poor, Impoverished blood. Nervou and jtood, rich, red blood. Their itomaclu need inviiorutini tor, after all, a man can be no itrongcr than hit itomacli. A remedy tba make the stomach strong and the liver active, makes rich red blood and overcomes and drives g bacteria and cures a whole multiout tude oi diseases. pale-peopducaic-producln- of the buyers, they havo decided to have their opening sale oo Monday December 4th. They havo tho assurance of the following buyem that they will bo on hnnd nnd prepare to take care of the new crop: The IL J. lleyn'old Tobacco Co.; Tho American Tobacco Co.; J. P. Taylor & Co.; Q. T. Pattou & Co."; Vaughn Hros. Co. and J. L. Fuulkncr ft Co. that at tho earnest requebt BRING YOUR TOBACCO TO Danville Tobacco Warehouse Co. at 503 Wei-- l d, 1 Get rid. of your Ctomacli Wcahneia and Liver Laziness by taklni a course ot Dr. Plerco'a Golden Medical Discovery the Urcat Stomach llettoratlve, Lifer Walnut St., Danville, no Kj- - where we will have everything nr ranged to tdiow your tobacco off to r.-:s- e, Invlioratop and Blood Cleanser. 5lm. Llijnh Hrackelt died at her late homo on tho Iluxtnnvillo piko Monday morning. Danville Tobacco WareAND HIDES iiW house Co. FUSS linj Lhr rn-- 1 ofTord to accept any mcdiclno of unknow composition at a substitute for "Golden Medical Discovery," which, is a medicine op known couromiON, having a cumpleto likt r in plain English on its but-(lwrapper, (ami attested as correct under oath. Dr IHoite't l'lcr.- -t ' ' t tguht anil Invfmntt Stcitich, You can't Wo ndviso that you will he ublo to realizo full market prioo for your crop. competition of all tho buyers; Ihls in the you to sell your tobacco on tho op n innikot where you can get full only way to get full value for your tobacco. Ihe very hett ndvaiitngi) Pt.axls. HIGHEST MARKET PRICE PAID FOR RAW FURS ANB HIDES Wilts ler prlc Wool en Csmmlssloa. till mertloakig this ad. JOHN WHITE & CO. isaUbUahad 1887 LOUISVILLE.KY. ggpffijm (Incerporatfrd.) ' ... Ma.,r- ,Ua ia.auyA 1, av hA. -- fca t 2XT W- -- -