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KENTUCKY, Ml I DAY, DECEMBER 8, 1911, I EVERY TUESDAY AND FRIDAY TOBACCO 3 little son wns born to the wife of Thomas Johnson last week. Mr. Ed Mills of Dantille, hasre-turne- d home after a brief visit to relatives here. Messrs. W. H. Siiragcns. Charles Dnldwick of Ieb.inon, were here hunting recently. Dr. 0. 1 May and friend. Mr. Robinson, of Danville spent set end days here last week. Miss Fuy I'cjtvn is visiting friends in Indianapolis. Miss Mabel Yates, of Ilnidfords- illc was the guest of Miss Florence Sprngens last week. Messrs. Lucll Steele and Dennis Spragcns, wcro homo from Georgetown college on Tbaksgiving. Mr. Mnck Morgason and family of Illinois, are with relatives here. Mr. J. Cunningham of Danville wan here on busine.s last week. Mr. Quint Yoweft und niece, Miss Nnoma Tucker of Rush Ilrnnch visited relatives here lust Sunday. Miss Mao Daugherty'K school gave a box supper lust Friday evening. All (present hnd an 'ejoynble time. Messrs, Mack and Winfrcd Allen entertained the young people, to an elegnnt dining Thaukbgiving-- . day. Mr. and Mrs. Will Gadberry, of Louisville, are at the bedside of Mrs. iy. Nora II. Singleton has been ery Who Want Lustrous Hair Full df Margaret Elli who is not expected to recover. Mck with pneumonia but is rapidly Life anil Beauty? recovering, and will soon bo'ablo to HOLIDAY OPENING DEC '2, 1911 attend choolngiiiu. ,, , Slart now, madam, December is School closes- oil' Dec. 22. The r Cut glass ivory utt ware, nilver-war'QUirO ..,A. ' JUMl l" mnn" l0 DW .hi'.lr.,, ,,r f & of which! .j from a to a complete tltailflli lift iJtlliutllM 1IKIHU IM I'UUIU you will be justly proud d'lring the ret, jewelry, u complete lino, uvery Mr. J. L. May i on Hie sick list. social cjents or wintertime. piece nbslutely guaranteed; toilet Miss Drown Mnudo isited the If you haven't used .PARISIAN tets, bund mirrors, gifts, story and bnmefolks Thanksgiving. Miss ,EIiu Singleton spent Thanks SAGE you are not on the high rond Looks of fiction, safety raz6rs, cut-llr- y, 'to hair beauty. PARISIAN SAGE Clnuss' bhears and bcissors giving with friends in Danville. Mr. John Hoberls wns here last is the most delightful preparation Lowney's candy, toys, dolls games that destroys the dandruff: genus for-thYou are eslittle ones. week to sen a mighty pretty girl. Dont buy until Mr.. Jeff DurlcKou and family Mid by so doing remove; in n fdiort pecially Invited. have moved into tlio house hit civ va ' tima (he cause of dandruff, falling you" bee our line. hair, itching scalp, faded nnd life- Reynolds & Evans cated by Mr. Morgaji Junction City, Ky. Labt week was moving day at i '"'H hntr. Dniiilruff germs nro obstruction-int- o Waynesburg. Put McMullin moved A TEXAS WONDER. the house Mr. Durlcsoii vacated '"'"i tll0.v prevent the hnir from re-aMr. Cicro (looeh and wife who ',hing it's proper iiourihlmiort by bae been making Stanford, their nivcnously devouring tho snm" nour-hom- o Tho Texas Wonder cures kidney for tho last two years came Wuncnt. Use PARISIAN SAGE for and bladder troubles, gruv back to our littlo town. He is oc- - " week und note tho wondci ful el. cures diabetes, weak and lame prnvement. G. L. Penny gunran- - bne'ts, rho iimitUm, and all irrogu- the Wesley house. Dr. M. 0. Tlryitnt is not able to tees it, fit) cents a bottle, iarilics of the kidnevs ard bladder ' n hoMi mm ard women. visit Iuh patient on tho account of Regulates j hi Wr ' "'' With The Coming of Middle Age . hildrcn. n severe cold. If not i There is n letting doing in the phy Mr. Wash Snow has moved into dnifgist, will ho sent 'l r the Phelps property near L. C. Sin- - sicnl forces often shown in annoy- - iv im on i.ieripf of $1: One small iug nnd painful kidney und bladder bot'Ie n glrton'a. montl.'' treatii'dit. and I wish to inform my friends tliro ailments nnd urinary irregularities oldom fails to perfect n euro. Rend the I. J that hJ report which Foley Kidney Pills are a Bpltndid ro- - for toutlmomals from Kentucky and rrncbed them Sunday wan false that gufutiiig and strengthening medicine other slates. Dr. E. W. Hnll. 2!)'ltJ iasead of being mnried Friday I am nt such a time. Try them Shugars Olire Ftrent, St. Louis, Mo., Sold bv . tknmm and Tanner. ttill Miss Elsie Singletol. ' 7, A Dr. and Mrs.s James lliffc, and Popular Officer Has His Scalp Torn and frnns of Uinclnnnti spent Thanks giving with Mr. and Mr. J. 1'. RilTc Open When Horse Jumps And Hadio Dauglimnn and Jon Miss Throws His Against Stump W, Rout wcro In Danvillu Tuesday. Misses 'Josephine Sandidgo hnd Deputy Sheriff Will S. Etnbry hod a very narrow oscnpo from Margaret DavU were hero Tuesday. lenlh Tuesday afternoon, wlion Ids Thnnksgiving Pond Willis spi-nhorso run nwny nenr tlio Deep Well with friends nl Lexington. woods on the Crab Orchard pike, Messrs. Ruel and Jnmes Sprngcns about seven miles front town. Hn and Lucll Steele enmo homo for wan thrown out of the buggy, and Thanksgiving. ngainst n stump nt the fiido of tlio Miss Initio Peuvyhouso bus road. A jugged piece of tlio stump t Richmond after spending almost scalped him. It tore n long a few days with her parents here. gash in his hend, from his foreMrs. Will Doddss hnd the misforhead back to his crown, nH neatly as tune of brcuking her arm last Mona barber would part his hair. His day. neck wbr ulso badly cut and sprainThe telephone manager had n nar ed, and when picked up by rescuers row escape Wednesday when lit? lost noon nftcrwnrd, hu was unconscious w. Illn I.MlnlKlrf Kit. I rll IW ill'V nil a and in bad slmpe for n lime t II in HIMIIJIU IIIMI till IU lllL. Ul ,,, ,m tnun as feared that he was internally jf ,imlm W(r0 hnim ,, injured, but after his wounds had he will not ho able for work for at been dressed, and a careful examleast a week. ination made, it was disclosed that Mies Angi'a Carpenter anil Iois Iih was not in a dangerous condiWillis were nt Ic.xington Thursday. tion unless complications should Miss Mack Logan entertained develop although very tainfully injured. A small negro boy who Mrs. Thomas Tupmiin of this place had been riding with Sir. Embry to and Mrs. Wallace Wolfe of Cincin- show the ntllcer where n certain imti Tuesday evening at the Hotel party lived, was alio badly hurt, Wruiherford for dinner. Mrs. Algie Cnritfntcr wn called having the skin torn completely off to tho bednido of her mother last his right thumb. The. runaway and accident hap-- 1 ftnl,,rlny. The iittruethe Miss Laura Saillened as Mr. Embry was return-- ! ing home. On the way to his dos- - i ''''let' of npar Moretand was here tinatinu they bad passed a saw mill Tuesday, in alteration, but the horse he was I Lindscy Wcatherford and James Jriunir had paid practically no nt- - Hall came down from Iexington tentiou to it, nnd passing it on the Wednesday to bo with the home-retuMr. Embry did not think it folks Thanksgiving, necessary to watch the horso unus- y Jim Cowan thu close. Just as the vehicle chant passed through hero Tuesday camo abreast of the mill, however, en route to Cincinnati, the engine popped off steam, and Mrs. James Depp nnd daughter with a great leap, tlio horse jumped ' spoilt Friday in Danville, to the side of the road and started The treaMiry of ,ho christian to bolt into the woods. Mr. Kmbry ,.1(livh ftsU , who nro br.hi1j ; was catapulted out of the buggy, ,ieir ,I1M ;0Kar(, thc miMihl.r'rt 8U. his bend striking the stump, which ,irv n:cnse Mottl at once as there tore hta scalp, and rendered him tin- -' is ft report to get out by thc 19th conscious. The animal mnnaged to f December. break loose from the vehicle, Imt : Ur. Williams motored to Harrods-wa- s raueht before he con d do any , Saturday accompanied by Miss reMiag as easy as possible under j ,;,, Cnmn,Ui Mr um, Mnft ow. Mr Kmbry was earned to the ,d Cnmnitz nnd'Snmuel Reed, home of 1m.cc. n negro, nearby., ., ,. , , T where everything ikjsmIiIo was dnnt .. by ;nvid nt the home of Mr. nnd Mrs. ',. Tor mm tlioe there, nnd Mr. .1. (. McClnry, who happened to be in, Itolnini Mislioi). , In" 'Mr' J""1 " that section at that time. Dr. Kd- -' miston was called frnm Crab Or-- 1 J""1 .(J,n.rV St"" Wiro ,n Uanv,ll,! cjianl and dressed his injuries and . ' ' Mr- - Cora Tr" " visiting rcln- Sheriff McCartv went after him in automobilc with local pbvsicians and "V? ,u Oinrgetown this week. t',r' , ).. lTom'Jif him lifimn ... 'n'" SlOlldaV . of the death ., f. " !u ,,nw uT.- jiiis ... ..." inc wrjc, wno uvea i:crc dnmftg fcvoral .fears ngo but lately lived the circumstances, with bur brother in New Mexico. . Miss flonchin wns' hero chopping WAYNESBURG NEWS Tuesday. Mr. A. II. Morgnu took jiosses-sio- n .Mrs. Jones llaughman of More-hin- d of thc hotel here Wednesday. wns here Tuenduv afternoon. Mr. Wallace Sweeney and Miss Eva Oooch both of Wnynesburg were qnielly marriedat Mr. Craig 'THE CEMETERY BEAUTIFUL" Goorh's Tburdny. Mr.' Sweeney Improve your lot with Iron Fence, is one of Wnynesburg's most enterprising young men nnd he' is to be Settees, Vases, eto manufactured by congratulated on securing such n The Stewart Iron Works Company, nico little girl for n wife. They have of Cincinnati, the largest iron fence the best wishes of their many factory in the world. friends for a Ion garni happy lif". A. C. Sine, Agent, Stanford, Ky. Now time tuph(0e yVJur John Loveless and Norn l'ciry ordcrs for spring work. who live nenr Olivn were also united in wedlock's holy bonds last SunHAIR THAT FASCINATES day they were IP and 10 respect he t ! DEPUTY SHERIFF EMBRY HURT IN RUNAWAY HUSTONVILLE I BADGES .BUENA VISTA C0MPT0N. MASTER COMMISSIONER'S RACE IN "STATU QUO." PRICES AT DANVILLE $2,000 BREAKS ,,,, ,,,, ,u mer-uall- , ' Arrested Again This Time Charged With Stealing a Cow. For Lincoln County Democrats Who Go To Inauguration Next Will ' Huena Vista Compton, of thc More Tuesday land neighborhood, who served part of n term of fivo years in the peniTlicro is no telling just how large tentiary for blow'ing up a hull with a crow'il is going to the iunugura-tiou-- dynamite, and wns pardoned by Gov. Gov. MeCrenry at Frankfort Willson, wns arrested this week by next Tuesday from Lincoln county. Deputy Sheriff T. S. Reynolds nnd Ever since the ntiiiouncemcut was Mack Ilntcp, charged with stealing find mnda in the Interior Journal a cow belonging to Rev. l'nltneter, of thai budges would be printed and Morclnud, nnd selling her to a butch given to those who intended going er in Danville. democrats have been culling nt the Compton was brought to Stanford olllco and asking for them or tele- and lodged in jail belli;: tumble to phoning or writing for them. give bond until his'trinl, hlcu will will bo rendy on Mon- he held before; Judgo Dailcy. Thc badges day, County Court day, so all who Rev. 1'almelcr missed his cow and come to town that day und intend tilioii inquiring for her in Danville, going to Frankfort can call at tlio found n man who told him that a olllce of the I. J. and get one. The man n nave ring Conipton's descripeditor of tlio I, J., will take n num- tion, had pold her to a butcher jit a ber in his pocket with him to Frank-fo- il low price a few days before, tlio Lincoln-ite- s fot the benefit of any being so little as to excite home who may not get to town MonMi:rfcion. Mr. I'almcter made furday nnd will he glad to stipply tiny ther iaquiry nnd proved beyond with badges on the way or after ar- doubt that it wn his cow so imrival nt Frankfort. mediately had n warrant issued for A low fare of one rate plus '25 Compton. cents for the round trip has been obtained on the railroads and every McKINNEY. line will undoubtedly be crowded Miss Com Nunnclley o Turners-ill- e, that day. A big delegation is going was thc guest of MUs Catherfrom (larrnrd county nnd another from Madison. Among thot.e who ine Murphy for a few days last have recently notified the I. J. that week. Invitations thoy, too, are going along, as well hae been received of Miss lis the list previously given, are: here announcing Judge James I. Dailoy, Col. Joshua llerthn Hinee of South Manchester, I). Swope, Logan Thompson, S. M. Ky., to Dr. It. Ei Shclton of thnt place. Miss Hines hns tisited here; Owens, W. J. Duncan, E. J. Tanner, Varney Tanner, George I. heveral times, 'where she "will be reUright, T. W. Wnlker, Chas. llow-ye- r, membered as a very popular girl. here who F. M. Ware., Fierce Hutler, J. Mm has a host wish hr ull the happiness possiII. Dell and others. of rn -- BEQUEST FOR MISS POLLY TRAYLOR. Judge Hardin Has Made Appointments in Every County In The District Out Lincoln Tho Master Commissioner's race In Lincoln is still in "statu quo" as the lawyers say, for Judge Charles A. Hardin has not Indicated whom bo is going to nppoint. Tho now judge hns announced his appointees in tho other three counties of the district but is still undecided as to his here, according to Into reports. Tho question of who wiK land the plum is still discussed daily in this city where ever one or two nro gathered together, lint no one is nblo to tell anything definitely nbout it. A number of "dark horses" are being mentioned; in fnet it is said that several have applied for trn place, since it seemed thnt the Judge was unublo to determine, between Rowan Snufley .and II. J. MeRoh-crt- s. Over in Doyle, it is announced, hns appointed Hon. William Jennings Price one of the best known1 and most able attorney nt the Danville, bar. In .Mercer Judge Hardin is snid to have named his brother Magoffin Hardin as his Commissioner, which every one will say is exactly what he should linvc done, if his brother $11. Average. $11.25. wanted the plnce. In Garrard county, as previously (SHORT LOCAL NEWS.) announced, Judge Hardin appointed W. II. Drown ns his commissioner. He named Den Robinson, n son of Eld. Ed Hubbard will preach at Curt Robinson, ns Trustee of tho Tiirncrsville Sunday morning nnd Jury Fund. night. that Judsc Hardin Lincoln county tobneco wns among the firbt offorcd at tho Peoples' warehouse at Dnnvillo when tho buying begnn this week. The first sales made were: Peavyhouso & Son sold lfiO pounds nt $13.75; 110 pounds at $20 2.f0 pounds at 1950; 110 pounds at $18.25; 305 pounds nt $15.75; 375 pounds nt .f 12.76; 205 pounds ut $7.50. Average .flS.OO. Marshall Carter sold 100 pounds nt .f 18.25; 200 pounds nt $18.50; 100 pounds nt 15.25; 350 pounds nt $11.-7275 pounds nt $8.50; 255 pounds at $8.00; 230 pounds nt $7.50: 330 pounds ut $10.25; 335 pounds nt $7.75; 250 pounds nt $0.50; 85 pounds at $13.50; 205 pounds at $10.50; 240 pounds at $9.75; 215 pounds nt $9.25; 285 pounds nt $0.20 35 pounds at $3.80. Average $10.78 E. V. Cnrson sold 120 pounds' at $13.75; 315 pounds nt $14.00; 390 pounds nt 17.25; 205 fciound ut 15.75; 225 pounds nt $975 110 pounds nt $9.50; 45 pounds at $8.75; 290 pounds nt $10.0; 175 pounds nt $7.25; 210 pounds at $0; 110 pounds at $0; 135 pounds at S1.50; 110 pounds at $4.S0; 380 pounds nt 5; Codicil to Will of Late W. H. Tray- lor Was Overlooked In First Report Made. Through nn oversight in looking over tho will of tho Into W. II. Tray-lwhen probated in tho offico of County Clerk Cooper' tho fact wrni omitted that his niece, Miss Pollv Trnylor was given a bequest of This bequest wns not contained in tho main body of tho will, but in n codicil, written after tho lirst will, which wns drawn up in 1909. Her many friends will be glad t know that Miss Tmylor was thus remembered. She was tho favorite niece of Mr. Trnylor and tlie news that ho had made biich'n liberal bequest to her caused no surprise) among those who were coxnizant of the attachment which he. felt for hi r Miss Trnylor is now in Downing. Florida, where sho hns a nirto position for tho winter. or $2,-000. MARKSBURY . NEWS : it ' T. D. Chestnut will soon leave to enjoy the genial climate of Florida. Farms for thc labt two wceka have, been rapidly changing hands. Mrj (Diob Burton hns moved to the frfrm ho recently purchased from Ben Pnttou; Mr. Popo to the farm he bought of Ed Perkins; Lcn Lucns has moved to Jlr. Jim .Lcavcll's; Dense Moore 'on tho farm belonging to Geo. 'Robinson. J. B. Kemper has been ill for the !Mr. past week. ble. ELLISBURG. Mr. Stamp, of Merrimnc, is in this tection bhredding fodder for our fur rucrs. ill. ' j , , Miss Margaret ' J Ellis is bcriously !. '' I .... - Is-th- ,,,ri:f x::; p.:"c r: .'"::: - e, , h'i o , . ' I aru-$gi8i- Miss Margaret Sandidge is in Louisville nt the hospital where fchc ha fcone to have an operation performed for a floating kidney. Mnr-garhaj n host of friends here who are very anxious for her speedy recovery and it is hoped s'ie will soon be well again and be able to return homo as she is a very popular girl und is missed in our midst ery much. The Hnppy Eight gave a Thnnks-ghin- g dinner at the Gooeh Hats on Inst Thursday night nnd are now planning for nnotber one to take oil Chrintins eve, nt the same place. lie sure and be present nt tho Literary Society on Friday night. A ery entertaining program is anmg-e- d fo that night and a very enjfty-nbl- e time is expected. A debate is also on for that night. Miss Virginia Davidson is visiting in Hurgin this week. Mary Lois Gann is confined to her bed this week with the la grippe. Little Pearl Masters had tho misfortune to hnvo her leg broken on last Saturday afternoon by being run over 'by a cow. Sho is Testing day evening. real well and its to be Loped- thnt Rev. W. O. Montgomery' filled his she will soon recover. appointment .at the Christian church Mr. Oscar Fowler, of Somerset was last Sunday, the nirjit of Miss Catherine Murphv The Ladies Aid will meet nt Mrs. on Sunday.- George Pruitt's nevt Thursday after Mr. Russell and wife ond son xrom noon at 2 P. M. Phil arc tho guests of Clco Thomas Mrs. Woods of Stanford has just and wile this week, Mrs. Russell is returned .homo after making Irs. ' Mc Thomas' oldest sister. Pniitt a visit ofVBOvcrnl days. Mr. H.i C- - Gann,The protracted meeting which has of Somerset spent tho day with his daughter been iii progress at the Methodist Mrs, M. C. Tanner on last Sunday. church closed last Thursday 'night Mr. E. J. Tanner attended a big with 7 additions. We are glad to say that our bankbumpiet in LouisviHo last Thursday given by the Shririers. About 200 er itf well Hfter'n few days' illness. Mr. S. U. Pruitt bought one hunShriner from Cincinnati went ovct to taniville nnd they had n swell dred bnles of hay from Silas Messer. ' t Mrs. Roy Arnold, of Danville spent time Hrother Gahbort has been called the last.of the week with her mother, Mrs. w; 8. Wigham. to preach for the Christian-churc- h Mr. Henry IIopkitiB spent Thanksfor the coming year. We feef that giving with tbo.homefolks. we are to bo congratulated oa The MnrelaUd band has been pracnn able man to preach for ps and feel thnt there will bo ticing and we hopo to have some lots of good dono during1 the year music soon. Mr. Robert Dnmeron und Miss Lu-l- a 1012. Katies of dfve over 'Mr. J. S. Muqihy and wife visited to Morcland Wednesday nnd were their son. J. Lee Murphy, nt Ilcdge-vill- e quietly, married at the residence of on last Friday ami Saturday. Hev. W. S. Sfontgomery. The Teachers' Tmining Class will Great preparations nro being made meet with Mr. J, S. Murphy on Satby the ladies aid of the Christian urday night. Please let all the memchurch of Morcland for their Haranr. bers bo present. which' will bo- - at tho' Woodman-Hal- l Saturday the ninth' from 10 A. M. to HUST0NVLLE HONOR ROLL OP. M., Oyster soup, ices nnd cako will bn served. Manie North, Malindn Nave, Everybody so'd their turkeys nt Dliinehc Harnett, Anna Darker, Paul 12 cents " , Wiillis-John Hicks, G. C. Lyons, Ernest Ford, Walter Mnscr, Roberta MIDDLEBURG Rlain. .TesMo Lair, Lena Rcynerson, Howard tho son of Ella Rignoy, Nellie Allen, Agnes Mr. nnd Mrs. Sperlin Sharp of Now Russell, Susan ninin, Rcssio Smith. xjastle, Ind.. died of rneumonia' nnd Robbie Tucker, Flonnie Cnrsnn, No-riwns brboupht to Middlcburjr Dec. Childcrs, Flora Hack, Yirgtnin 4. 1911 for burial. The funeral serRoutt, Harry Powell, Margaret Pow. vices were conducted nt tbo Dnptist ell, Archie Joe, Rigney, Jessie church bv Rsv. J. Q. Montgomery interment in tho adjacent cemetery. ot Pnl-met- er 1-Mt.-Balc-2 ld M0RELAND NEWS. Misses Dess Gose, Kate Harding, Esther Dickinson' ,of Danville spent n few days last week with the Misses Hanson. MJ-jSue F. Purdom, who is one of thc teachers in the Durnsidc graded school is hpending n few days with bnmefolks. Mr. Otis Waddle and Mr. Hershcl Humble of Somerset visited the Misses Hanson last Sunday. Miss Johnson, of Iowa, is ibe guest of .Miss EtheL Cone Miss Ella Hunson spent n few days last week with tho Misses Pruitt. Miss Ilnttie Simpson, of Somer set, bpent several days labt week with thc Misses Hanson. Everybody was busy last week killing hogs.. Mr. James Hanson sold Rev. some hogs last week at 5 2 cents. Prof. E. L. Grubbs, of Liberty and Mr. Henry L. Kerr of Louisville took dinner with Mrs. G. B. Pruitt Inst Saturday. Mr. Hen Pruitt fund Miss Miuello Pruitt with n crowd of young; people of Huslonville attended a purty nt Mr. Dunn Sandidge's .last Thurs- For Snle. Farm of C8 acres 3 miles from Crab Orchard with A. No. 1 hor&e bam, garden nnd pump, over 25 ncres cleared. $750.00 or rent for $50 per year cash. W. II. Mueller, Stanford, Ky. 97Mf The Indies of tho Presbyterian church will ghe a bazaar at the storeroom recently vacated by Land & Buchanan, on Snturday, December 10: Useful and fancy articles, and nil kind of edibles for sale. Coffey and sandwiches, chocolate and wafers served. Doors opened nt 11 o'clock. 1 can take tho your old shotgun, or doorlock. Prices me nt I. J. oIDce. "shako" out of guii repair your r reasonable. Call D. Ballou. 90tf 'i i to install hot water and hot air heating, plumbing 81-t- f. eac, Conn Bros., Lancaster, We aro prepared There is a great difference in life insurance policies. Mutual Benefit GENERAL NEWS NOTES. Policies are 'superior:- - I can show yed. Whymot'tMiythe best? R.M. it lS'Snid n parole is do. to 1m granted Judge C. E. Booe, now servNewlan AgttnV ' ing n sentnnco at Frankforttfor ot the State's For Xmas presents that will sieaimg iHU.UUU please and be a joy forever. Go to money. Judire Wnltur ftnr.Htoll nt T.u Mueller's Jewelry Store tf Angles paMcd sentence on the Mc- xxamnra brothers confessed dynaStir or Ohm cm or Toubo. i( LvcArcmwtT. TmxfcJ.'wCmVn''Bu.U"oth tint be h Knlof miters. James B. McNamara was cutner i Uw firm at r. J. cuznit Co.. (loin btuUMM la Um Cltr of ToMo. Oountr wd Bute given a life term in prison, and John tbnuld.- - M tktt Mid nn run"0( ONK 'HUNDRED. DOLLARS tor Mth'uti trtTT J. McNuhlara fifteen- - years. Judgo MM Ol CAT4MU UUt CU3t b CUrtd br UH.W ( Bordwcll, ' issued a statement dedoun-cin- g I ' ILUX- ClTUtH CVX. --. FRANK J. CIIENF.V. tho Liucoln Stoflfens story. Swore-tketera nw and lubarrltwd In mr praence, thU Cth dir Ol DKtmtxr: A. D., I IM.su. President Taft's annual- message I l Notakt Public to Congress which was read' in -HilTa CaUrrh Cure It Uken Intertullr and itU hone Tuesday is devoted dtrrclljr upon Um blood and mucoua aurtabra o( Um flitcta. Send tor tutlroooUU. trr. solely to the trust quc3tion. V. 1. CUKNKY COl. ToMdA. O Sold brad nnmtMa. rte. ' The defeat of Job Ilarrimun. Sn. raaa llaui ramUr ran mr mnatlpaUoa. ctalist candidate fo mayor of Los Ailgclcs is claimed by. mauagerss of Geonro Alexander's enmmiirm l.v I am agent for the International gasoline engine nnd feed cutters. over 50,000. Women cast thiir first Best on tho market. J." Lr Beazley, votes in Los Angeles and were treated with tho greatest gallantry at tho polls. "BEST ON EARTH." This is the verdict of R. J. Howell, POLITICAL 'ANNOUNCEMENTS. Tracy, O., who bought Foley's Honey and Tar Compound for his wife. Fer County Judqe. "Her case wnu; tho worst L have over seen and looked like a sure case T. A. Rice announces, his. candiof ' consumption. Her lungs wcro dacy forfrCounty- - Judga of Lucidn sore ond bhe coughed almost inces- county, subject to the action of the santly nnd her voice was hoarse and democratic party. weak. Foley's Honey and Tnr Com M. F. North announces his candipound brought relief at onco and dacy for County Judyo of Lincoln less- than tree bottles efefctcd, u county, snbjflct u the tuition cf tho completo cure." Shugars and TanDemocrat io party. ner. ' , .' Robert Baker died nt liia Iinmn n few days since in Mercer county of pneumonin. Mr. Uaker was the uncle of C. K. Poindoxtor. Quince Hicks accidentally shot Israel - Huffman in the riiJa whil .showing, haw his pistol worked. Tho wouna is miner a serious one. Hicks thought the weapon unloaded. Rev. Mahan went to Mt. Hebron church Snturday evening where he organized a prayer meeting In connection with n teachqr trainintr course. About 20 will tuko tho course. J. J. Myers sold his crop of tobacco to somo Stanford parties ut 9 cents delivered.Miss Pauline Burdette of Burgin has rttunied after a visit to Mrs. Herbert Brooks. Mr. Thomas Montgomery of Mt. Ilcbrou lost few days nince, hi home by fjre. The. wus totul as there was no insurance ou thc dwelling. The fire originated from a defective flue. 1 citizens of that Dlace "will Hn. nate subscriptions to the homeless family. lo-j- s Tlio-i-nn.- 1 u f ; '.1 v m i i We are paying highest prices for fresh eggs, chickens and all kinds of country produce. Fields Bros., at tho Stanford Meat Market. Letters to Santn Cans from the little ones are beginning to como into the I. J which will publish them ono issiio before Christmas. All must be written on one sido of tho paper, and not too long. x For Jailer. Peyton Parrish uunouniua hi candidacy 'for Jailer of Liue.ln eountv, subject to t'.i a' tio'i v t1 e Dcmncratia party,. GeOTff DcBorde announci--i lri candidacy .for Jailer of Liucoln cut i ty subject to the action of the democratic pHrtv. Dink Farmtr is a candidate for Jailer of Lincoln county subject to the action of tho Democratic party. ' " r b"- twwv-- ry - j 1b vinni im ju KENTUCKY a laawaaaaaaa- paimif rniuni, nrrrMltl mvumn, - a a, tail ii - - REMARKABLE CASE t !- nf pM jflPjf Ai99HH ii l ktT iCk - .The Famous - The Riivo Lamn i the best and motf serviceable lamp you can find for any part of your home. , .. . Its strong while light has made It w in ue in million, of familie. it famous. And it never flicker. molt 'Bet-litthe li.M that or the parlor the Ryo In Ihe dining-roolo you. Ju.t the lamp, too. for bedroom hi, becoming Urop-mi-ilfd oclikriry. where tlef. lietdt li'jht it needed. The Rayo i mide of lolid bran. nicleLplated J alio in Bumerom othtr tlrl and nMw. Eaily lighted without removing ihade or chimney ( eaiy to tltaa and rewick. iLamp pmt ' e, Lincoln Circuit Courts Titos. Fcrrill's Adm'r nnd etc., 1'lfltntiffn, vs Thos. Fcrrill'n Devisees nnd etc., Defendants mid Marv Jnno Fcrrill nnl etc., lMmntif fa vs K. M. Fomll Defendant. in ..liPftioiipn In n ludirmcnt of tlio Lincoln Circuit Court rendered nt the November term, 1911, in tlio nbovo aKtnl piiiwoliilutcil cnscJ. the under signed Conimissioficr will on, Monday. December llth 1911. Countv court day, at about 1 o'clock 1. M., in front o thu court house door in Sinn foul, Ky., offer for sale nt public outcry to tlio litjili-nnl best bidder, the trnct of hum owned by Thonms Fernll nt tlio tmto of Ins dcntli tiliout a mile iroin Stnnfoitl on Lnncnstor turnpike t" Uncoln county, Ky., bounded on the north by lands of L. 1 Nimtiolloy on tho east by H. H. Fcrrill's heirs; j on tho south by Lnncnstor turnptU-the west by Iniul of Henry nnd on Hostir, nud contntning bo ncrcs oi land. TVrnn. The sntd snlc will m made on n credit of r'ix months IV. nd with Rood security tor tho purchase puce payable to the Commissioner, bearing six per 3j"t inter est from tint of. Pale, sccurou uy the lien on tho land, nnd hav'-tiwill force nnd effect of n pidr-neu- t, bo requited of the pure user. This November ai, mil. G. D, FLORENCE, M, C. L. C C. pt WE PAY OF ANJKONII -- Is This Man George A. Kimmcl, or Is He the Prince of Impostor O orderI L clothes BY M A VVc Our ateeka nre no elect: and v,,"h"aT-',IMCl- EXPRES". FROM US AND SAVE MONEY. !, cn Levy's Special Boys' CLAIMS MEMORY LAPSE Weird Story of Man Heleated From a Now York Prlton Who Clalma to Be Former Retpeeted Cltlien of Michigan Town. NIIasi Mlrh. lrs tht ai and ahap from which to you have every stylo nnd pattern, nd eaay nd atUfftCtory aa you do It In tho atore. BY MAIL, Ju.t thn that you can .ret NOWHERE ELSE, aueh as t Handle None But the Best. Levy's Special Suits for Men St Suits with '2 pairs oi Pants A. ror dIrt to Aow r Standard Oil Company (Incorporated) k" l FW " " tirai1" ,,oc " iHousehold Furniture ) l rt I f Wc have some special baraains in bed room suits, odd dressers. ,nd reception chairs, comforts blankets, lace lor and library tables, rockers ruqs, oil cloths and linoleums. curtains, shades carpets, mattings, Iron beds. Also line of nice chairs parof all kinds, dininq tables, W. A. TRIBBLE, Stanford, Ky. Tho first tilcturo shown find nil tho Loading Lines of horowlth Is tbnt or George A. Klmmel, and ai taken 13 year ago. Tho second Is that of Androw J. White, who claims to bo Kimmcl, nnd who camo p largo lluititUoit CaxtuJoir, whlrh We from Auburn Prison to provo his Idencyan irw uu v4uvat tity to Klmmel's family, WE ALSO SEND SAMPLES FREE. George Kimmcl was reported to hare died, nnd his mother and slater tried Mention thla paper and write u fully tor anything you want in our line, and you'll amt a prompt buy to collect $25,000 Insurance on his and aatUfuctory anawer. And if anythlnir. you...m ,,Here l uoi exactly what you want It may bo niMMfurir.ii life. Then tho man In the second picRiiltoid Fires Rctoaded it CetUia Tiacs. ture turned up In tho Auburn pent Associiliofl. McmUrs Retail MtrthtnU tentlary and tho Insurance company Is A House Established 60 Years Ago. Tke Largest In Its Uae. his claim. The trying to substantial man has glron somo cvldenco of a Third The knowledge of Klmmel's family an and friends, but his supposed mother says Bright ho hna also shown extraordinary Market. Spot. norancn of mmo thine which bo should remember; and she docs not recoeolie 93-:- i. him as her son, though she will not say ho Is a fraud without further I HEED THE WARNING. TCBtlgatlon. Thirteen yesrs ago George Alfred KJtnmel disappeared from Arkansas Many Stanford People Have Done City, where he had been employed In a Sn. bank, though sereral years before that be had left hit homo In Michigan and Provided for by Nature. NOTICE OF SALE! When the kidneys nre siek thev had never returned to visit his famllr. NOTICE OF SALE! Moles and the mole cricket have tha that Prom tho day of his disappearance unmistakable warning rivo same problem to negodate In cutting bhoultl uot be ignored. Uy examinand up to a brief time ago when aa Lincoln Circuit Court. caves In the ground, so here an lnsec Lincoln Circuit Court treating the kid- Auburn penitentiary convict about t ing tho urine nnd an animal both have tho saraa disorder, be released announced that be was the trustee. Plaintiff sign of V. Jf. Hriht ns neys upon the Firft National Hank, of Stanford, and shaped forelegs and shovnlllke hands Hallou, Defendant. n.nnw tnvs nf suffflrine mav be sav vs Unehel Kclley Ky., Plnintiff, vs 0. 0. Hpcnke, etc., and claws. Pursuant to n judgment in the Defendants. ed. Siek kidneys expel n tlnrk ill braclling urine, full of "bnekdust" nhoo st vied entire nt the November term, 1U11, of said court the undersediment nnd Tninftil in passage. 1'urnuant to n judgment rendered signed ( otnurifsioiier, will on Slugjri-- h kidncjs cause n dull pain in the nboie styled cause at tho PROFESSIONAL AND in the small of the buck, headaches, Mondav. December llth 1911. November term 1011, of said court, dizzy spells, tired languid feeling County court day, at nbout 1 o - the undersigned Commissioner will BUSINESS CARDS nnd' f rennent rheumatic twinges. clock P. M. in front of tho court on. Doan's Kidney Pills are for the house door in Stanford, Ky., offer kidneys only. If you suffer from Monday, December llth 1911 for hnle at public outcry to tuo nir;n-- tt nny of tho above symptoms you can, And lnst bidder, the followinc 0. D. CARTER County court day, at about 1 o'clock use no better remedy. described property, to wit: LIVERY AND FEED STABLE Slnnford people recommend Doan's Ten (10) Blinrea of stock in tne P. M. in front of tho court house FURNISHINGS, HATS AND SHOES. CATALOG M1S1 -- iu....i.,.i If LEVY'S LOUISYILLE, KY. firt FIRST NATIONAL BANK, STANFORD, KENTUCKY rOrn-Di'YNrf- ' And Seeking Your Bank Account. PROCxniiijbol V ill ACCOMMUUii. l UN ur Kidney Pills. John H. Wren, K. Main St., Stanford. Ky., says: "1 know from experience that Doan's Kiducy Pills are till that is ciairaea lor tneni. Off and on for several years 1 had severe attacks of lame back. I of-- t n did work that required stooping n ,1 n fiuelt times the trouble bc- Morse- - Thero wns nIso ",,0 irequint desire to void thn kidney Donn Kidney l'ills relieved me nnd have ncyer failed to benefit me whei I have taken thtn since." For pnlo by all dealers. Price 50 Co., Buffalo, cents. Foster-MilbtiNew Yotk, solo agentn for the United Staes. Remember the name Doan s and take no other. rn CAPITAL$50,000.RpLus$25000 Open an Account With us TO-DAY. National Bonk of Huhtonville, Ky., Tm jbti-- will ho offered in two lotc of five- - bhare--s each and then tho inn chnnw tm'pthpr nnd the b:d ac cepted which realizes tho most money Terms. The said stock win ue sold on n credit of six months. will be required to trive bond - tlio ,mri1ine tiriee r.with approv seenritv. paMiblc to the il ed Coinrms-doiicr- , beanns six per cent, interest from date of sale, having ilm fur, i nml effect of a iiidemcnt nnd further secured by lien on the , property. This November 21st 1911. fl. 1). KI.OKKNCB. f. C. L. C. C. Pnr-ohaser per-um- ' 03-- 3. aa a .ice, Make your home aa modern ejyencc, and place youreelfin a poeition to get Uie. This cin be accomplished by means of our telephone service and your neiBhlx,rs call get for a sum that U small beSfito received. Call or address our nearest office or write dueo to Uduuartcrs, NaBhville, Tenn.. for information regarding our special Fa present enjoying telephone service we me?Line RURAL TELEPHONES. for your family M CAUSE AND REMEDY. tuy ?? rate. If you are not at the States can immediately interest you. Our lines cover UNrOBrORATKIW 'f , Unlucky, m f3Bi II WEBSTER'S INTERNATIONAL DICTIONARY THE MERRIAM WEBSTER Tho Only New unabridged dictionary in many years. Contains the pith and eaaeace of an authoritative library. Covers ovory Hold of knowledge An Encyolopedia in a Tho Only Dictionary with tho JVCif ViYiaea x'uRe. 2700 Pages. 400,000 "Words. COOO Illustrations. Coat nearly half a million dollars. Lot ns toll you about this most remarkable single volume. rtr1n ViAnla. NEW ..THE.. UNCOLN CO. NATIONAL BANK corner next to Court House Stanford, Kentucky. ''.MpeBBBSsV KZaVA Write for sample IuU par-et- c. aV ouura thla HAS A ilOO.000 Capital of AND A 1 a iaflatBravXKSBSB Surplus of $100,008 AND TOTAL 'HdTortiso in the 1. You're losing money if J. ou doul . II Resources Over ..$500,000 Uncertainty of the immediate Klmmel and the future is looked upon Dy mnny men missing man bis family and friends n( nffnirc ns si hlockadc to enter bad no word of any kind from him, prise and business prosperity', and and the general opinion was that be tins blockade is now quite apparent was dead. Seven years after her son's disappearance Klmmel's mother tlirr.uf.lintit the channels of trade. a tilt In the SLLoula courts for The Presidential Election; the effort", of Congress with no fixed the Insuranco which she beld on bis A renderod a verdict In purpose; Organised Labor as a new life. favorjury declared Klmmel to be and in iiolitics: together with her fortnr Icealn dead and tinon thla vordlct one 20,000 people rend each issue of other matters of greater or less company paid Mrs Klmmel on a $5,000 this tittle a policy Another company which car- the I. J. Are vou talking to them itmvirt. rcDrcsent-u- t of separate inter- - ried a $25,000 policy fought (bo clntm through. an, adt , chaotic conflict uirtl carried tbu matter .to higher ' csts, to iianiionue vimu i courts. Meanwhile this latter comnany problem before the country. All want Prosperity, Peace and directed a conutrywldo search for Kim-- ' mel and finally announced to the court Plenty. Read with care the AuAND EM. UNDERTAKERS Ttnnuircr. a iournal that that the man bad been located In prison. DEALALSO each day from burn BALMERS. prints all the news Friends from this city went east ' every commercial center through after Klmmel, when word was received MAT. FURNITURE, ER IN A oaromeicr oi that ho bad been found and they acout the world. RUGS. THEY WILL TINGS, caucs and effects that points out, companied him from Auburn to Nlles, FURNITURE EXCHANGE ns a Ik'acon Light, the danger and having sent word Immediately to, bis relatives that there wasn't a doubt In FOR ALL KINDS OF STOCK. fafeguard therefrom. the QIVE THEM A CALL. PRICE As well known, the Daily En- their minds as to his Identity. gives a rather The RIGHT. quirer is the largest in size and but not unconvincing account of bazy his highest priced paper in the United wanderings since he disappeared In State, ytt cheapest, measured by 1838. He said. "I left Nlles many FRUIT AND SHADE TREES. quality and qtiuntity. years ago to go Into business at Ar- Shrubs, Asparagus, Rhubarb, Peoni'rim Weeklv Enouircr. with the kansas City In 1S9S. and while In St. es, Roses, Phlox, cte. Everything CTwm and digest of all the news, Louis at that time was 'slugged' by for orriiurd, lawn nnd garden. No men, and for a "ng time my Agents. able and conservative editorials, hold-uOur priees may interest have tmrkct reptrt-- , methods and re- memory was quite bad In 1 mustcondi- joii. Free Catalogue. this wandered much while H. F. Hlllenmeyer & Sons. sults from Government ami State tion, and eventually brought up In Lexington, Ky. Evt)eritnent vt tions, veterinary choice New York. 1 have little to say about matters, People's 1 got Into which made It iin rnti.ro slinrt nnd continued stor- - the trouble for ma to leavA Arkansas nM.fannrv 1 ies, non sectarian pennons, general City or the mlxup In New York, which'! I etc., with the exclusion -- esulted In my being tent to prison, inf jrwatitfi, nf nit mnttrr nf scandal nnd im- - but I was not responsible at either -morality, is today the Cleanest time, and 1 do not think that I should Wt.eUiy l'amuy joumnt uuutuiuuic. bo Judged for that I feel better now have for Eath issue is alone worth the price than 1 man. who, 13 years," was conW.lallHMilinw mnA rvtvhtmArVt by the way, The v We are ucultr.. f.tablltlitj ji y.i it under nHM;ancutid UK IT It a for you subscriptions make victed and sent lq prison during the Solicitors for bis than irrat. ot oiamitvotiIn of White, claims that bank Im. a haudsome prone anu increase me name of prison life his mind was so years '!fly price lUt. Uville. Write good inlluence ot ine inquirer in clouded that anything be bad to say m. snorJL & sons IT. the uplift of morality and industry, as to bis real solf was regarded as tba II ii I Uarkst SL lOtlltdUE. OsaUrs la UA, Oiuts, nuuu. and for the betterment and welfare mere wanderings of an Irresponsible of the community. For terms write person, and that It was Impossible for to The Enquire!, Cincinnati, Ohio. blm to proclaim himself as Klmmel. PUBLIC SALE! offer my home nt Yoomite Itill Ky., nt public sale on Saturday Dec. 9th 1911 nt 1 P. M., boundary of four acres of land more or lesi with six room cottage, back and front porches, hall etc., never failing wnter at door lan;e barn, nnd all necessary outbuilding. A roost desirblo home. Will nlo sell one driving horse. sound nnd gentle, 1 buggy, some household goods. also Mrs. J. T. Short, Yosemitc, Ky., door in Stunford, Ky., offer for ta!e ut public outcry to the highest bidder the following described tract of land, A trnct of 55 acres of land near Highland, Lincoln County, bounded on the norm oy i. n. t Yonnir and .1. 8. Young, on the bv J. S. Young nnd Dunlnp; on the frouth by Frank Horton nnd h. U. lltiugh, nnd on the east by tlio fatal,. ford and Wnvncsbtirg turnpike. Tnn. Snid property will be sold on a credit of six mouths, and the purchaser will bo required to .Tivn lmiul with nnnroved personal bcrurity for the purchase price, pay able to the Commissioner, ncanng six ter cent intcrost from date of snlc, having the forco nnd effort of n judgment, nnd further secured by lien on the land. Tho purpose of said sale is to satisfy n judgment rendered in favor of pluintitf for the sum of $900, with six per cent interest from June 23. 1010, until paid, nnd the costs of this action estimated nt $50. This November 21, 1011. n D. FLORENCE, M. C. h. C. C t: STANFORD, KY. K. w.-s- MASONS MEETING. t ,...i t l.,. tvn S.1 lr A .... .a .. la li.tul (uiiuiiHiiii'itiuit .. nwa- u . ni'U iiii ..m1it iian'i .t.n mi a. nj !M1 tblnl .SJundar ultfhti utvnrti .Month u O'clock, lu Ihrlr tmHw. iuiu If"" l f tltll K tMi inUrp of nltr -t torl. uriiMiiy uniii iu it iirtni r v IVn- ummuu rrv f Inanl,. f A .. ., aI -- JOHN COOK Veterinary Surgeon and dentist. Specialist on ll horse and animal disease. Stanford, Ky. Phone ifet MACCABEES. A. C. Sine. Deputy State Commander Sumofrd. Ky, STANFORD TENT NO. 7. Meets : tin : Monday : Nigat W. W. BURQIN. JJENT18T. Office ' . at Residence, CHAB ORCHARD, !'. In II U DR. T. W. PENNINGTON 03-- 3. llnnra A Dentist At an. I otrtce Myers Housp I'll tuts HUaftd ky 1 In His Own Fist Nearly every man carries in his own fist tho pow er to hew out his oavu e al ss LluerVI all klnda nf haulina BTmp nlture packing. ry. Phone 171 J. I). Stecnbergcn. sells, builds, nv pniM ana adjusts scnles at rock bottom prices. Soo him for prices before you buy. Address Stanford, It K. D. WILL ADAM8 No. 1. lou-- t J.L.Beazley&Co Cin-nintu- iti OftTcn DR. W. N. CRAIG, Ocullat and Ontle'an over H. J. Mclloberu' Store, Stanford. Ky. destiny, but his suo-cedepends largely upon his ability to snvo mono-ThBANK. & STATE TRUST COMPANY, offers him tho opportunity to save Ins money. Call and see us and open an nrcount with us. Wo assure you that you i have no regrets. LN. TIMETHBLE No. II, Houth, lliM Nu. W, Hiuth, W:Wi No.JT, 10:JUA. Xo.U, "Jorth.ino A K. Nn.ri. North, Cltv r. M. r. m, A u. JOS. 8. RICE, Agont. No.M,I:ir. M, at. i.' , Instead of Liquid Antiseptics Peroxldt or 1 nuuiy ioplo arc now using Yours to servo MONEY State Bank I o'v !.. rV'i Keferen-eMaj- m Tho new toilet gxriutcldo powder to bo iIIbsoItihI in w U:r as bjtflenic l'or all toilet nml n'OIIOinlclLuses It Is lu.Mor nml muni To eleanho and whiten the teeth, roinovo tartar and nfH.vi.llt. llm'IlV. Paxtine Toilet Antiseptic To tlUlufect tlio mouth, de- Trust (o. nnd T,i liiwn iirtlflulal 1il,lf....vf,rt ,1fn(i i.iliirlpikH To remove nicotine f nm tho teeth and To eradicate perspiration and bodyj ' odors by Fpotigo bathing. Tlio U'st antlheptla wush Jsnowu. Relieves and htn'ngtliens tlreL weulc, Inflamedeyes. Heals wire tliroat.wonmU and cuts. Si nud 00 cts. a Iox. ilrnirgUts or by mall pohtpnld. Huttlplo 1 rt'C. 4 THE PAXTON TOILET OO..BosTo.Mta. stroy disease genua, and purify the breath. purify the breath nftor smohlng. s. ht' mm, aim, 221-2- L hpatAaaaAaavJABiaaXj TerjitiOiat v ' -- iK y-' ,- ,- - 94 THE 8TANF0BD INTERIOR JOUR NAL STANFORD, KENTUCKY FRIDAY, DECEMBER, 8. 1911 J. W. Hntchcson, of Louisvillo was hero Tuesday shaking hnnds with his ninny friends. Wallace Singleton, who is doing fino work nt tho State University nt Lexington, spent several days at homo during Thanksgiving. Afrs. Jennie Worthnm lias been on tho sick list for some time. Dr. J. II. Owsley, who hns been confined to his homo for scvernl days, is- - some better, his many fnends will be glad to Irnow. Supt. Onrland Singleton has been confined to his home with an at tack of grip for Severn! days but lis Botnowlint improved now. Mrs. S. S. Kobinson, of Huston-villand Aliss i'enrl Smith, of Lexington, were tho guests of Air. nnd Airs. J. W. Mitchell. Airs. It. L. Sal-to- r nnd daughter, Aliss Elizabeth, nro tho guests of the family of Air. A. W. Carpenter in Lincoln county. Dnnvillo Advocntc. Airs. Samuel W. Arencfec nnd little son, of Kansas City, who hnvo been visiting rclntivcs at Pittsburg, muldm Thm l.mmmt Pa., for some time, aro expected Dnnvillo next week to visit Airs. Afcncfec's grandmother, Afrs. II. L. only baking Royal is Nowlin, nnd other relatives, for two Royal powder weeks. Danville Advocntc. Tho many friends of the bride to he hnvo reneived tho following mutation: Air. nnd Airs. Henry W. Dunn request the honor of your pres Mm Umm Phmmphmtmrn Mo enco nt the mnrringo of their daughter, Josephine, to Air. Willintn Frnnk bn Young, on the evening of Wedl&i nesday, the twentieth of December, PERSONAL and SOCIAL His many friends will he Rind to nineteen hundred nnd eleven, nt half after eight o'clock, 01 East Afnin Lnow that John Owsley Ileid constreet, Danville, Kentucky. Jctnes T. Mcncfcr, spent ncvcrnl tinues to improtc und will boon he tlnys with tho homo folks. ablo to leave tho hospital nt LouisSHORT LOCALS. Airs. J. W. Acoy linn returned from ville whero he has been undergoing ,n Hcvcral days' visit with relatives For Sale Puro bred Alnmmoth treatment tor weeks. and friends nt LnncuMor. II ron re Turkeys. Afrs. J. N. Cnsh. S. J. Alarrs left last week for Mi8 Kutmn Fihcr Woodit has returned from it pleasant visit to rda-tnc- n Goldxhoro, N. C, whero he will p Xmns goods in a largo variety at g with Chns. Lutes in thu into bus' and friendi in Kichmond. OCtf Mueller's. ' Mr. Charier John Osborne horse and mulo business. Air. nnd Airs. Oeorge Lyno nrriv-e- d of Knosville, camo up to attend tho For Sale. My home on Miller Tuesday from Crab Orchard, to Street. Fred Eichenbergcr. funeral of Mrs. Onbornc'8 uncle 8j)cnd n week with her mother, Airs. Cnjit. Sam Duncan at Lancaster. Celeste Crockett below town. Jlr. S. 8. Hlraoro leaves early next Lyne 's Fresh roasted peanuts at went to Henderson and spent OC-- 3 week for Anderson, Indiana, where every day. Thanksgiving with his father, who ho will tnlco un important plnco with For Sale Six Alammoth lirnnie celebrated on that day his 84th birth gobblers. Airs. Win. Matbeny Stanelectric line at Anderson, Indiana. day. Hancock County Clarion. nil t. Air. J. S. Owsley, Sr., and daughford, Ky., Homer Carpenter. ters, Miss Linda Owsley, und Mr. of Ilev, nnd Airs. spent Hovcral days Shelbyville, J. H. lttifh and little daughter of tlus week with her parents, Dr. and The Indies of the Christian church Iicxingtnn, spent Thaiikspvini; with Airs. J. 0. Carpenter. Air. Carpen have their exchnnge Saturday the Air. nnd Airs. John S. Wells in ter put in several days hunting with !th, and not Friday, which is the 8th. Jamie Carpenter at Crab Orchard. I rsfpeclfully solicit your subscriptions for magazines, newspapers or nny periodicals of any kind. Subscribe through mo nnd save money, timo and trouble. II. L. Steger. Crab Orchard. 05tf Oysters, celery, cranberries, minco meat, fruits nnd nuts. Georgo II. 03-lFarris. f. 3I M -X- a the System effectually; Dispels colds and Headaches, due to constipation. Best tor men, women and children : young Cleanses To --- MAS. BAldN6P0WDEI Absolutely Pun m HOLIDAYS.! " ---- 7 To have pure and wholesome food, be sure that your baking powder is made from cream of tartar and not from alum. will ymu c, The Woman's Improvement Club will hold its next meeting on Wednesday, December 1.1th nt iti club rooms in the rear of tho Stnto Dank & Trust Co., office nt half past '1 o'clock. Orchard Christian church will hold an exchange on Saturday December 16 at tho Campbell & Pcttus drug store. Tim Crab the made from Grape Cream of Tartar Services at the Presbyterian church Sunday nt 11 A. Af. Subject of Genuine Ilcst Things To Give. Evening service nddrcss by Hev. N. A. Palmer New lot of furniture just in. J. L. n Statu Supt. of the Hcnzlcy. t. name of the Company, California Tig Syjhp(o. plainly printed on the front of every package effects, always note gtt its Beneficial and old. the Reminds us of our host of friends to be remembered. Let us remind you that it is better to presentsiik g stantial gifts, like the following list: " m i I the a m Box of Collars Anii-Snioo- 90-2- League. BBBBKFEJM8MBBBBr BBBBBBBHBBBBY'ffB5i224StiBfl!L.JBflflBBB Lnte odvortNon have crowded lots of good news letters nnd other items out of this issue of the I. J., which will appear Tuesday, however ncv. F. I. Mnrpetts of the Southern Ilnptist Theoiogicnl Seminary, will prench at the Iinpti'-- t church Sunday morning nt 10:15 o'clock. Everyone cordially invited. Attend tile teachers' meeting a,t thu courthouse Dec. Oth at 1:30 o'clock. G. Singleton, Supt. Selection of Ties Holeproof Socks. Silk Socks Stylish Hats Kid Gloves Alum Umbrellas. Sweaters Shoes Box of Shirts Mufflers from 25c to $7.58 nanaKerchiefs Traveling Bags Over Coat Suit Aviation Caps Suspenders m m Scott's j&muision keeps children healthful and happy. Give them a few drops of this strengthening food-medicine T 1 m watch them grow. every day and I will sell my homo on East Arnin street on very easy terms. See me if you are looking for a good horn priced risht. II. C. Bnughmnn. Diamond A full line of Novelties that are new 5 Call and take a look. Stanford, - -- s If you want a hot fire uso yards. and Rex coals from 92-3- t. New Den-ham- IT PREVENTS 's Cummins & Wearen I Kentucky. 01 Croup Whooping - Cough Reliable party viould like to rent New-land- Bronchitis a good farm. Best of references. 91-- tf Lock Pox 244, Stanford. ii$i&iiii&i&aaBa$a$a$Bg & 01-2- Loss of Flesh and nuy all ether troables Dmneiara Koom- - for rent over Thos. Pence's My selection in watches and in clocks tho largest ever. W. II. htore. W. A. Tribble, Stanford, Ky. Alucller. 96tf basket ball game Saturday only the W. S. Fish represents nfternoon. Another fast boys' game best and stronnest insurance Let him keep you protected. on Friday night. com-oani- There is no direct primary' law yet, but there is a party pledge wnicl1 should restrain party commit-Oirls' I tees until the Legislature hns &. chance to make the law. EliiaboUi- town News. GREATEST OF ALL GREAT SALES oicioii:tioioioeoitmiKiioo"i""Ctioi-: oaiaBeaaaa&e3a0ieiii3aBi o"cao"OiO"0"oawioioi::iioioacOioaoB:r,BC;BGBBBftBa& M i Is Now On At Severance & Son's, Stanford, Kentucky. oioBOBSBOBoo0iaoio"O"ai0i"o0o Our I J 5 , v December Unloading Sale is your great buying opportunity of the year. as many good goods in a sale; never as low prices. You can buy your present and future needs and put the saving in your pocket for Christmas. &BBB$BB$Bflfl 2 THIS SALE H t .V 001010ICtli;tlOBGBCfcOOlOi01100010000 THIS bids fair to be a long, cold winter aad a cloak at cut price should leok good. LOT OF ILACK AND FANCY COAT OF GOOD MATERIAL WORTH UP TO $10 AT LOT OF ILACK AND FANCY COAT OF GOOD MATERIAL, WORTH UP TO $10 AT CLOAKS $0.iO g C 7C J . i cannot empnasize too strongly tne .pportunuy nere pre- - j sented for saving money. 0j December ends the season with the seller, but is the be-- & B ginning time t. wear winter goods with the buyer 4$ tt ........ OB"OBSBBOBOl01v:: O is not made up of odds and ends, but & r.lfan. rlMirahla mrrVianrIiK( nd we HI .... BI$B0flBBBB& " o 5 $1.50 COATS B Childrens9 Cloaks $28 $IJ20; CO ATS FOR $2. : RAIN CAP3 AT BflBBBBB2 2 . " t7 7C H piIU q Bl Children's Coats SFL1' - $1.00, $1.50, $2.00 AT II . O KE0AILY Perhaps you have had your eye on a certaincloak suit or dress, but could not pay the regular price, but can buy easily at the cut price. POUDLE THR MONEY. THE BEST CLEAN MADE GO 0DS TO BE HAD AT CUT PRICES " $IJ25 VALUES, MADE OF AMI SILK WORKMAN- SHIP, THE BEST AT OHp CHOICE OF ALL SIZES TAFFETA OR MESSALINE COATS, REGULAR PRICE $3 AND $3.50. GET THE ONE YOU LIKE AT PETTI- - Silk Petticoats $1.95 s ft oniuuntna :;.r::r-'.::nuBltMIZtD 69c q S 5 Ladies' Suits - j ? 1.951 A. . ... . TL. r i lie ncmnanw win ue a very attractfvt fsatsre of this sate. Sssrl m lengths of the season's best at rldlr ulously Isw srkes. GERMANTOWN FOUR FOLD YARN 8e EIDERDOWN EIGHT FOLD YARN 2Y,t CAPS MADE OF THIS YARN V l CHILDREN'S HATS V .50? to l ". J H q Remnant Counter Outing Cloth DARK OUTING 8 I- -3 viyo C1 flO S & . - " 25 SUITS, WORTH UP TO $17.50 AT $7.75. Some lony Coats from last yo ear but good staple styles. Others & In this season's models, 'Black and color, the making Is worth what we ask o 0 & & & a V.J The Silk alone costs this much. S AS GREAT $7.75 S it 5 8 2. 50 SUITS OF ALL WOOL SERGE AND FANCIEST BLACK AND MANY COLORS, SATIN LINED, ELEGANT STYLES GOOD FOR SEASONS. REGULAR PRICE UP TO $18; OUR PRICE P THESE VERY PRACTICAL C ARMENTS WERE NEVER IN- DEMAND AS NOW. i 0U CAM CUT THE PRICES OF THESE YOURSELF. JUST TAKE OFF THE PRICE. THIS WILL MAKE $1 COATS Oft ONE-FIFTH Sweater Coats GOWNS, g g g 500 YARDS CENT QUALITY Afi g S ! 5 Calicoes-Gingha- ms OUTING CLOTH UNDERWEAR LADIES' AND MISSES' 0UTI NG SIZES ALL OUTING CLOTH SKIRTS OVERCAST RUFFLE AT COME AND BUY YOUR XMAS 1 g O I0 YARDS RED, BLUE OF GRAY CALICOES FOR 500 YARDS 10 CENT QUALITY DRESS GINGHAM 10 YARDS INTmsSALE $11,751 AND." SERGES 50 HIGH GRADE SUITS OF FINE IMPORTED MIXTURES. YARN DYED SATIN LINING. WORTH TO $35. TAKE THE ONE YOU LIK E BEST FOR 44c S SHOW A f 7 -2 CENT APR0 N GINGHAM FOR l-- 2c JJQ jjA 1 m m LINE OF USEFUL ARTICLES FOR GIFTS. o NEEDS. WE H 10 o " GOOD iu yahus DRESS GINGHAMS 7 3Z INCH BROWN COTTON FOR mM , I 5 4Qc 5 I 7l 2 .. Q 4QC 10 YARDS 40 INCH 10 YARDS SEA ISLA ND SHEETINS QQC BBBltitlll&a :BBtBBBBBB lBlBaOl3iJrl&BBdBflB3BflB5 U...Ak- 8BOllBlBlflBBBBBBsj mw 36 INCH SEA ISLAND SHEETINB Or 5 k THE FARMERS lmv a bnjer for i bout 100 acres well Improved and on pike. I you 1iao anything near this, list It with u. Hughes At We THE STANFORD INTERIOR JOURNAL STANFORD, KENTUCKY FRIDAY, DECEMBER, i. Ill I Strong Healthy Women farm ot woman U tron nj hcnliliy In womanly wy, motherhood mnm to her but little sufferind. The trouble tie In the lact that the many women luffer from wetknett and are unfitted A'teaia ot the dittinctly feminine orjianiim tor motherhood. Tliif can be remedied. II CINCINNATI MARKETS Cincinnti, Dee. 7. Cattle Receipts none; market steady to strong steers $3.S0$7.2.V, heifers $2.G0 (hr).3.", cows $1.2l.r0j calves Hogs lcnpts steady nt $3(fi8. nono; market slow nnd 10(?515e lower; packers $.").000.2."); stags $3 5; common sows $l.ri.fl."; pigs and Sheep HcceijJts lights $l(rf5.70. none; mnrkrl steady nt l;2."i(i?3.2.r; lambs strong nt $300. WHO CAN DOUBT SWORN TESTIMONY OF fd W. H. Tray lor's Sale As executor of W. H. Traylor, I will on FRIDAY y, 02l Stanford. For Siulc A fow nico meat hogs wr4ht 200 to 300 pounds. V. II. Dr. Pierce's Favorite Prescription J Murphy, Phono 09- -3 rings. 05-- 2 B, W. Givcns sold lost week fi barroM of. com to Doo Weaver nl 3.25 a barrel. 'Jiime Harris sold to J. C. and Mack Kubanks last week 41 nice ieal hogs at 0 cents a pound. The jTorkvW weighed close to 400 pounds Dpicce. Cure lha weknee and ditordera of womea. tt act directly on the delicate and important organ concerned in motherhood, making them healthy, atrontf, vigorous, virile and e last Jo. Tavorlto Prescription" hanithe the lndipoition of the ptriod of erpectancy and make haby'a advent eay and .UmI nalnl. li nineteen, and vitalize the feminine healthy and robuit baby. Tboutandt organ, and inure ntn-ircr- tt jF of women have DEC. It Makes Sick Women Well It Make Weak Women Strang. Just Honest druggist do not offer ubtitute, and urge them upon you a remedy. It ns good." Accept no secret rostrum in place of this or injurious grain of contain not a drop of alcohol and not glyeerio extr-ic- t tf healing, rathe American roots. drugs, I a hablt-lonnin- g 15,1911 two-year-ol- HONEST CITIZENS? Some tune ago I hejinh Iho use of jour Swamp Hoot with the mist rciiltri. Fur jcarn 1 wiir r. nlmost n wreek niul was n great The doctor who treated mo mmle me belie e thnt my Brent Mil'. fcrlngs were one to femnh trouble: I wnfe so b.ul nt times I would l'nint nwny niul hnil pinking spclln. Finnlly n new doctor wis railed in nnd ho said thnt I had Kidney Trouble nnd gave mo medicine, of which 1 took peroral bottles. 1 obtained some relitf from this but I wns getting weaker nil the time; I could not sleep and suffered po much pain thnt my husband nnd children had to lift mo in nnd out of bed. After thin time two friends sent tnc word to try Swamp Itoot, which I did, nnd 1 nm glad to state that the first doe gave me great relief. After taking the third dose I wjis helped into bed and slept half of the night. I took scernl bottles of Swamp Hoot nnd 1 feel that I owe my life to this wonderful remedy. The two family doctors paid thnt I could not live thrve months. I would hsne to be helped in nnd out of bed ten to twenty times every night, after Inking Dr. Kilmer's Swamp Hooi for two dnjs I wns entirely free from getting up nnd could sleep soundly. MRS. D. E. HILEMAN Tunnclton, W. Vn. Personally appeared before me, this 11th of Sept. 1909. 11k. D. E. Ililcmnn, who subcribed the nbovo statement nnd made oath thnt the samo is true in substance nnd in nuf-fere- rre ITprace tiny, of Woodford county sold rcecntly to Monte Fox, of Danville, C yearling steers, weighing (KHinds. earh, bought at Ct Terry Ingram also sold .aid C to samo party 4 steers weighing pound ench. Agricultural Commissioner It. C. Rankin, as Chairman of the Slate T.ivo Stock Sanitary Hoard, received recently samples of thq Texas fever tickfl taken from a lot of -- 80 cattle n6W in Nulsun county, tlio property of J. C. Able. Mr. Able purchased fie cattle from Wayne connty,' Tennessee parties. Commissioner Rnn-tA- n ImmediaMy sent nn order tb the (Judge of Nelson county quarantin-fiir.lth- c cnttlo on the' farm of Mr. A Wo pending an investigation. ' .T S Hrown, of Louisville, hns i)6ught 10,000,000 oiinds or toblmo te.".from tho Bowling Oreen paol nt an average rate of TVJcents aponnd. r R. II. Crow went to Danville last weoJc to receive a herd of registered Afcc"rdcn Augus cat Me, w v harfl fctmgLt of Mr. R. V. Smith, of Shelby Wle,Ky: This herd consists of cows 1,-1- 00 1,-4- 00 heifers nnd calves, all registered and bred right up to tho top notch, 'Tis hardly necessary to say this, however, as nil who know Mr. Crow, know him to bofn judge of every class of stock, nnd one of tho most farmers in Kentucky, or in an state. Our fanner friends have long been discussing the importnnco te of breedingg our cnltle up, all knowing thnt this class of our stock has been sadly neglected for a numbe of years, and the writer really gratified to announce that one of. our stockmen and successful most slock hnsdc-cide- d breeders of high-clato add this herd to his farm nnd we predict for him tho greatest success, which he so richly deserves. ss FIT, COMFORT & EURAEILITT IF YOU WANT A SUIT OF CLOTHES WITHOUT AN EQUAL THAT INSURES THE WEARER A TRIAL WILL CONVINCE YOU. FIT, COMFORT AND DURABILITY. WE MAKE THE PRICE AND SELL THE GOODS. L. L SANDERS, Crab Orchard, Kentucky. PUBLIC SALE Having sold my farm and decided to go to Florida for the winter I will sell at Preachersville on WEDNESDAY, Beginning at 8 a. m. at his late residence on the Goshen turnpike, near Stanford, offer for sale all of his property, real and personal, consisting of household and kitchen furniture, player piano, 2 desks, bees, carriage, buggy, lot ot hogs, 23 mules, Y mule colts, y worK mules, 8 cows and calves, 3 yearling steers, about600 bushels wheat, lot of corn, 5O0 bales of straw, 1,500 shocks, of fodmower, manure spreader, wheat der, twine-bindedrill, plows, gears, wagons, iron safe, giaphohbne in short everything in the shape of furniture, new and old, farming implements, and produce. 10 shares of stock in Lincoln County National Bank; 1 share in Stanford Creamery Co- The land will be sold in the following parcels: 1 The home place, containing the celebrated Edge-wooDistillery and large frame dwelling heated oy steam, with all modern conveniences, and all the ..'' Dudderar land on that side of the river. 2 The Dudderar mill property and all land on that side of the river. 3 The John Traylor farm. 4 The John Traylor Distillery at Gilberts Creek. This arrangement as to land is subject to change. Terms announced on day of sale. d r, d fact. JOSEPH A. MILLER, Notnry Public. I i DECEMBER 13 by-b- id 3-year-old 7 Letter to Dr. Kilmer Blnghampton, 4 ! Co., H. Y. J. B. Paxton, Exor J. Chandler, Auct. Col. P. Quail Are Fine This Fall your ammunition Coleman. l l ' I years old in foal to jack. 1 mare 12 years old In foal to horse, 1 mare 3 years old, gentle horse, 1 and works anywhere, 1 old horse gentle for family, 1 coming saddle filly, 1 yearling horse colt, AT l.mulQ colt, 1 old mare safe in foal to entire .That strikes terror to Rex Peavine, 12 weanling heifer calves, extra household is the loud, lionise nnd metallic couth of croup. nicjB ones, 2 extra good milk .covsrs 1 to be taking it, nnd fortunate then the iresh in 4 weeks, 1 extra nice Jersey heifer the lucky pnrcnts who keep Foley's Honey and Tar hond. tb Be fresh in January, 1 cow and calf; 2 yeartl. Cnntou, s'aysr "It worth its weight In ling heifers, Tveigh 50O lbs,150stdckshoats gold. Our little children nro 4 brood sows, i thorougbredhampshirehog, with croup nnd hoarseness, nnd air gire them is Foley's Iloncy weighs 20O lbs. 15 fat hogs, weigh about 175 .and Tar I nlways the bouse. Shugam a bottlo of it pounds each, 3 buggies and 2 set& of harand Tnnneri ness, also lot of farming tools consisting of MULES AT . cutting harrow, section harrow, turning sell at public auction to I plows, plow gear, etc. highest nnd best bidder County Court Day, December, 11th at ;;Atouib 100 barrels of corn in crib, 100 bales of hay Stock Yarda nbout mules nnd fivo or six 2pO chickens, household and 'kitchen furniture, Jns. Mcsscr. Stanford. Consisting of 2 upright folding beds, 1 six octave " organ good a3 new, 2 bed room suits, 1 good refrig: Christmas Goodies efratbf, 1 hall tree, 2 extension! tables' 12 feet long, 2 sewing machines as good as new, 1 couch 2 kitch- SANTA GLAUS en cabinets, 5 kitchen safes, 1 wardrobe, 2 center tables, 8 rocking chairs, 2 sets dining room chaiis, is milking our store his 3Jsets common chairs, 2 Brussels carpets, good as this year, for the nicest new, 1 yarn carpet, 1 rag carpet, 3 straw mattresses, dies, Fruitb, Nuts etc., eer seen Stanford. rugs and 3 cooking stoves. 5-ye2-year-- Sain or shine, beginning at at 9 o'clock, to the highest and J)st bidder vichout reserve or the following property: 1 aged horse, 1 mare, 14 years old, 1 mare 3 ar Prove What Swamp Root VV1I! Do For Yoi. Send to Dr. Kilmer & Co., I.irig hninpton, X. Y for n hnmple bottle It will convince anyone. Yon will also recche a book of valuable information, telling all about tho kidneys nnd bladder. When writing, bo suro and mention the Stanford Semi Weekly Interior Journnl. Regular 50 cent nnd one dollar size bottles for snle nt all dm? stores. AN ALARM NIGHT tho ammmmmiiMa Rut to get thorn juu have to get from Coffey & Don't forget thnt we car- IEAT BREAD And if you want qod bread order BaiiQhman's No. I Fancy Patent He will Flour from your arocer. charge you osty 75 cents for a 25 POUND SACK and your family can live a whole week or longer en It. See how tittle it cest to live if yeu will EAT 1READ made ef Bauth-man- 's flour. YOU CANT BEAT IT. ' Every tack' 'Guaranteed to be STRICTLY FIRST CLASS. On sale In every grocery store In Stanford, and the malorlty ef the stores In the county. old ry the very best line of shells to bo 8-ye- ar had and want to supply all of oi'r bunting friends. Nearly everybody know that our groceries cannot be execJied anywhere for freshness and price.' If wont 30U. )Yo pivo prompt delivery and polite service. Try us! Coffey Sc Coleman. COFFEY A COLEMAN, hOna INC No mis- W. Compound Cnsclmnn. Is on N. Y., trou- bled we . Prompt Dtllvary. Compound. in hnvo i J. H. BAUGHMAN & CO. Stanford, Ky. H. C. BRIGHT. Pres. ALLEN HIEATT. J. S. PRICE, Sec. & Treas. AUCTION on will tho Danville Tobacco Warehouse Co. (Incorporated.) ANNOUNCES Nun-nellc- 25 ld hor-st- s.' that at the eurnest request of the buyers, thoy ha vo decided to have their opening sale on re Monday December 4th. ! They have the assurance of the followiug buyers thnt they will be on band and pre-pato take enre of the new crop: The It. J. Reynolds Tobacco Co.; The American Tobacco Go.; J. P. Taylor & Co.; 0. T. Putlon & Co.; Vuughn Uros. Co. nnd J. L. Fuulkner & Co. BRING YOUR TOBACCO TO hendqunr-ter- s Can- Danville Tobacco Warehouse Co. wo will hnvo everything arranged to show your tobacco off to so that you will be nble to rcnlizo full ninrket prieo for your crop. Wo ndmo lut jou to sell your tobacco on the open market where you can get full competition of nil the buyers; this is tho only wny to get full value for your tobacco. f)03 West in nt Walnut St., Danville, Ky., where udwnitiigc Lot of dishes, picture frames, irish potatoes, onions, canned fruit, also meat and lard gallon coal oil tank; many other things too numerous to mention. TERMS AH sums under ?20, cash in hand, over that amount a credit of 6 months ,withG per cent interest secured by note, negotiable at bank. ' Kennedy, will rent to the highest bidder his farm for time ant P" J lh i ofio This farm contains 30 acres and is close to school and church. Possession at once. v, 1 the veiy All fresh btoek and at prices ev- 6Q er) body can afford to pay. JONES L ANDERSON, Preachersville, Ky. . , ", i- - .. . r' Restauranteur Stanford, box" Ky. She'Jl Danville Tobacco Ware-i Wlieu words full send your girl a of "D&ly Vurdeu'' cundy, hou& Go. A' fa A if r ? like it. (IftMTHrated.)