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TUESDAY, DECEMBER 12, 1911, EVERY TUESDAY cents, Cnlico nnd Simpson, 3,000 pounds at 11 cents; Simpson 2,000 pounds to n Richmond buyer at 10 Gaines Henderson G,00O cents; pounds to W. P. Kincaid at 7 cents. V. A. Lear, Lancaster's leading swino exporter has lately mado tho following purchases: From C. C. d MeCIurc, 31 hogs at $3.10 per hundred; from J. C. Cricillis 7 150 pounds hogs at 5 cents from S. D. Cochran 17 170 pound hogs nt G 4 cents; from IL C. Aldridgo 8 150 poundd porkers nt G cents; from William Roso 43 d shoats at 4 cents; from samo 15 150 pound hogs nt $5 per hundred from Joshua Kemper 9 120 pound shouts at 4 2 cents. Lawson and Brown a hustling livo stock firm of this city shipped a bunch f cows and calves last week to tho Queen City market that cost thorn 2 2 to 3 cents per pound. Mr. C. A. Arnold exported a car of hogs to Cincinnati Saturday. Kiunnird Bourne sold a car load of timothy hay to Banks Hudson at $ per hundred. Mis3 Emma Hughes Hays of Stan ford is visiting Mr. nnd Mrs. James A. Beazlcy. Mrs. Sallic B. Welch has returned from a visit to her dauehter Mrs. Samuel Dcatheragc, of Richmond. Miss Estclla Conn, nns returned to Louisvillo after a visii to her parents Mr. nnd Mrs. J. B. Conn. Miss Mary Woodcock, of California, was tho week-en- d guest of Lancaster friends. Miss Lena Kellar of Washington spent tho past week with Miss Bcttio RobV. B. Mason nnd inson. Mrs. daughter Miss Sue Shelby Mason were recent visitors in Lexington. Mrs. J. B. Woods nnd little daugh tcr have been in Danville visitiing relatives. Miss Mary Chestnut is nt home from n protracted visit to her sister Mrs. Charles Burdetto at Broken Arrow, Okla., Miss Edna Kavanaugh has returned to tho D. nnd D., Instituto nt Indianapolis, after a short stay with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. W. Kavanaugh. Miss Virginia Bourno has been in Lexington visiting her grand mother Mrs. Woolfolk. Mrs. J. W. Acey hns returned to Stanford nftcr visiting her parents Mr. nnd Mrs. Wm. Hughes. ." 170-poun1-100-poun1-1-- AND FRIDAY i MA&0NIC GRAND MASTER To Visit Local Lodge And Attend New Years' Celebration. WHISKY ELECTION CALLED FOR FEB. 10. L. Sanders. Allio nnd Ethel Harris nnd Miss Ruby Pnrrish wcro visitBtoro of Minscs U OUR NEW COMMONWEALTH'S ATTORNEY. EPH PENNINGTON DRAWS THE PRIZE' ing tho family of Mr. nnd Mrs. J. II. Petition And Judge Thompson. Bailey Refuses Drys Time To Mhhoii Holtzolnw nnd wifo and Purge It. Wm. Rnnko nml wifo nnd Miss Knlo I'njno wcro guests of W. C. nnd wife. There will bo a whisky rlocllon in William 0. White, young son of Lincoln county February 10. Judgo Uailey issued n call for such mi W. P. White, has had a bad boil election on Monday morning, upon nnd suffered much misery. Tnulbnor Kennedy has n very IMtitions filed hy thu Wot forces, fonlnitiing over 1,(100 nnuictt, it wns J tiniiiue stnnd tnhlo which excites tho Admiration of nil who see it. It is unid. hnndiwork of an inmnto of tho Judgo Uailey refused to permit the lcnilcntinry ul Frankfort nnd contha Dry forces tima m which to extains 7,000 different pieces. These amine oud purge tho petitions Hied tubles formerly sold for $50 and Ia tho Wets xaying tluit lio did not wore the work of prisoners who intend to linvo such "buying off ntul wore gifted In thnt line, tho tables on" the petitions ns wns done when being made in their spnro tima nft-- .r petitions for nn olcotiou wcro thu hours of prion lnbor wcro about n iiionih or mo ago, over. Mr. Kennedy purolinscri tins mmI m would take notion nt once, Inhlc nt J. II. Jnckion's fiflle. ''lie prtilionn wore filed Fridny, so Mim Corn Hrynnt nnd brother, tint tho Drys hud practically no V. niter, hnvo returned from a most opportutdty to go over tho lists and enjoynblo vixlt to their cousin, Miss m'O it every nmno signed thereto Minnie Calico, in .Garrard. wns n IcvhI, honn fiilo otur, etc. Many of tho Drys, however, wore PYTHIAN FAIR PLANS. :'nd to lmvo the matter settled by lie cull for nn election, so Hint tho Beginning To Assume' Definite Prouctim of whether tho poplo of portionsNew Officers. Lincoln county wnnt mloons or not, enn bo mottled for Diiidcin Lodge, Knight of Pythias three years nt least, nnd not lmvo elected officers for the ensuing term hang hint week. Thin lodgo is one of the 1 up buenboo of such n jetitioti n.g over their hcadss constantly. most progroMUo and active Pythian It is understood thnt both sides-- bodies in the state. Tho plans being will k to work with a vongonoo made by the' members looking tho holding of a Pythian fair to win the iotory, nud will perfect .riinizatioiM nt onoe. The Drya here next year arc developing nicearc very confident that they will ly. A committee hns Ikish nt.work in ns they did nbout four years looking over sovcral sites and gathngn, when they dofented saloons by ering data for tho promoting of tho Tho Wets, fair. nbout 1,200 mnjonty. Tlio officers eleoted for tho next however, sny thnt nmny nro disgnif vd with the proet system of blind term nre: C. Ci 11. L. liurdotte; II timers in tho oouuty, and thnt thc?o V. C J. II. Wooodn, PreUlo-- K. will ote wt who before voted dry. Coffey. M. A- .- T. K. Tudor; I. O. W. M. Bright O. O. Mnr-hn- ll Theie nre not ninny who believe puffloiontly Stone, M. H. J. I". Cummin, K. R. uch u i audition its mnjor-it- v ud S. W. W. Saunders. Trustee Iron? to turn over the II. C. Wmy, M. W. T. P. I'idn. in llio previous election. Wets Flic Dig Plan-fcenshpro-tsent- cd rd -1,-00 ''Dark Horse" A Gallops Home First ip IB" "&fttiJm - ''mat The Mnsonio lodge nt Stnnford will eclcbrnto the new jcar in a happy way. On tho evening of that day the Grand Master of tho Oiand Lodge of Kentucky, David Jackson will bo present and officiato in tho conferenco of tho Masters degree. After tho goat Jias been ridden nud when tho secret work is over, the lodge will give a handsome bnn-quin honor of the Grand Master (vhich will be attended b.y the local Mason;), their wives nnd sweethearts. Each of the six lodges of the county will be represented by the ?our principnl officers. A special meeting of the Lincoln Lodge No. 00 will be held Wednesday night Dcecmbor 13, preparatory for tho meeting of January 1, and all niembirs of tho lodge are urgently rcqficstcd to attend. et In Master Commissioner Racs Popular Democrat LANCASTER W. K. Cook bought a pair of o j ear old mules of Wilson Rogers ;or $325. Tho Chautauqua Circle met Saturn y afternoon nt 2.30 nt tho homo of Mrs. Fred Fri&bio on Water GEORGE D. TLORENCE. Kphrnim D. Pennington was last Saturday appointed Mnstcr Commis-Mon- cr of tho Lincoln Circuit Court by Judge Charles A. Hardin. This appointment ended one of the most bitter fights over seen for this place in the history of this county, The nppointment of Mr. Pennington will undoubtedly provo satisfactory to everyone, except of cotirso those who wcro active candidates for tho place, but tho two pi eminent candidates for the office, Messrs. Rownn Snufley and II. J. McKobcrls, ticceptcd tho outcome with good grace, nnd extended their congratulations to tho lucky wan. Mr. Saufley who had been Muster Commissioner under his father, presented to Mr. Pennington a number of blanks etc., connected v.'ith the business of the offico nnd offered his assistanco to tho new Commissioner in nny way it might, be needed. Tlicro is no moro popular young democrat in Lincoln county than ol the haiidaoiuo Joung Com-ccnThe nhove is a fair preu. ( ircuit Court District, Hon. moiiwcalth's Attorney in the Tlurt Ocorgo D. Floreiue, who wns nppd intcd to succeed Hon. Charles A. Ilnrdin, when the latter ascended tb c circuit bench, Mr. Florence is n Stnnford ho y, nnd ono of tho most popular nnd here. Ho is a son of Postmaster nnd Mrs. J. C. talented over rab-eFlorence, and is recognized as one of tho folding young republicans in the Eighth Congressional district, n nd the whole stnto fttr that matter. It is not generally known, but Mr. Florence- is undoubtedly tho youngejt Comimuiwonlth's Attorney in the state, being .but 30 a short tinio ngo. He Ihim been pmotioing I uw for the paftt'sixfr years having His taken n courwe, after graduating from Georgetown College. to see him attain still higher honors many friends oer the district hope nt tho hands of hK party. in cut th THEODORE REYNOLDS HURT THREE HENS FOR $20. Price A. C. Alford Receives For Three Fine Leghorns. A t'-'- Another Deputy Sheriff Badly Hurt lu Runaway Lincoln count'-- , deputy sheriffs O bill for three hens seems PREACHERSVILLE Miller, the ngfd fnthor of "Mrs. S. N. Oill, while on it visit to, lus doughter, hud n bad fnll from ii high porch one night Inst week, nud cnino near being hurt serious-1,- '. Mr. 11. Mrs. Laura X. Farris, wifo of Maurice J. Furris, Jr., of Danville, died in a hospital nt Lexington Friday night nftcr a lengthy illness of hum trouble. Mrs. Farris wns hut a young girl, and her tnking nway from her loved ones is u very tnd one. and tho many friends of tho h.iMinnd will extend sincere sympathy to him in' his hour of grief. Tho lemnins woro brought to Danvillo Tho pie supper Saturday night at wlu;re they wcro laid to rest after "White's hcIiooIIioiiso wns nttended thort services Sunday morning. liy n good crowd. Tho pica sold woll .nnd a nico sum was realized. Mr. nnd Mrs. Snni Dnmcron, of Iti'foro tho pule began, tho pupils. Hustonvillo auiiouiico tho engageof the school tlicro which is being ment of their daughter Julia to Mr, lniiiht by Miss Sarah Howard, gavo John R. (Irigsby, of Cadiz, Ky. Tho it very cnjoynblo entertainment, wedding will tuko place- during the which reflected much credit on both holidays. ioaeher nnd pupils. son of Mr. An Kclinblo party would like to rent .and Mrs. John Johnson, who Hvo a good farm. Pest of references. M-- tf 1241, Stanford. on tho farm of Lucion Perkins In Lock Pox 'Onrrnid, died after n short illness With The Coming of Middle Age of bronehlol pneumonia. Mr. John-wo- n Tlicro is n letting doing in tho phy formerly lived near here. Much (leal forces often shown in annoyftyinpnthy is felt for tho bereaved ing nud painful kidney nnd blnddcr nihncnts and urinary irregularities I m rents. Foley Kidney Pills nro a splendid Miss Kntio Melvln is nt Crab and strengthening medicine Orchnnl, fllltngr a position as sales at such a time. Try them bliugars u, eight-year-old gentleman was Imdly burised up nbout the head nnd fnee nnd severely jnrred up. At )nft accounts, ho hnd sufllcieiitly recovered to return home. Rev. Anderson Cornelius pieueh-c- d Satin 'lay nud Sunday nt the aplist church to good crowd. At llieir hiinino-r- i meeting on Saturday L'v. Cornelius wns ngain uuniii-jnoysculled to the pustorntu hero the ensuing year. for Horn, to Iho wife of Mutt Rigs-li- ), ii lino little girl, who has been named Mary Ida, J lev. U. F. Jordan, of Corbin, has been visiting his son, Walter Jor-daand with Rev. J. E. Roberts meat gunning. Wilis 1WII, who is down with i still in a precarious As it wiih, the 1d ly arc meeting with tough luck. Thu just i trifle high theso dnys, but I. J. last week told of the serious that's the figure A. C. Alford, the accident to Deputy Shoriff W. S. well known local breeder of White DEATH OF YOUNG GIRL f'.nibry last Monday when ho wns Leghorns received this week from diuigli-lo- r Thtilnin, tho HIUiniwh out by his horse running n party at Campton, Pa. Mr. Alof W. C. Young, tho away. On tho Saturday following ford hns been ndicrtising his birds engineer nt tho water worls, died Deputy Sheiiff, T. S. Pcynolds, of liberally with tho particularly high nt the homo of her grandfather, Tk'n Wiiyncsburg, whilo drhing homo class htrain ho breeds, they comHint), in tho country last week nnd from town on the Somerset pike, had mend the top prices. Mr. Alford wns buried in the Mt. Moriah his Itorso to scare at another horso breeds hens that Iiavo an egg reafter services by Mr. J. C. vhich camo running up in a pasture cord of 200 a year, which is going McCInry. Tho lilllo girl, who "wn. besido tho road. n Mr. lleynold's "onio in tho cold weather that cry blight for her jears and was hon-- jumped suddenly, throwing prevails in theo parts. Mr. a faithful member of the Christian him out of tho cart in which he was Alford has been breeding extensively church, had suffered for some time riding and sevcicly bruUing and tho past season and will have a from liver trouble. It has been but shinning up his face. Adam Pence bunch of stock to offer soon a liltlo oier a year bincc! her mother through the I. J., nnd somo eggs managed to cause tho runaway allipassed nwsry. um! to ctop by scoring him into a which should be secured for young fence ,and Mr. Reynolds got back birds ns fast as they arc laid. -j ear-ol- d well-kuow- n ccmc-ter- m somc-tiint-- o MRS. M. J. FARRIS, JR., DEAD into his rig, nnd gamely went on to his home, though buffering severely. MT. MORIAH. HORRIBLE MINE DISASTER Almost 200 miners ueio entombed by an explosion Saturday in a Mr. Rniinoni Itaiigh is ill of pneumonia nt her homo on Green rier. coal mine' at Hriceville, Tenn., not Uncle Pill Vuuhook is iti Lancastar from the Kentucky line. The ter this week. list of known dead still stands at 10, Miss Fannie Hatfield nnd Miss eight bodies hning been found by Mnudo Faulkner, of Ludlow were the night workers of tho volunteer L'uet nt C. 1). Wnrfield's Saturday. rescue. Eight bodies wcro discov-ee- d Fnti7.o llerry is ill with hi Mr. either in or nenr entry No. 24. S,nSl,' Mr. 0. 1). Warfield and Jnnies Three of the dead men were sitting Reed drove to Damillo Jo the toholt upright in n mine car, while tho bacco Mile nud told a medium crop bodies of five oothers were lying uplit mi average of 8 cents nud were on tho ground in various positions very well pleased with tho prion. Walter Warfield and Mr. and in the cutrj, with tho explosion of Mr. rs. Einil .Meier hnvo just returned that of John White, which was found from u isit to relatives in Danville hi the main entry. Tho bodies showMr. nnd Mth. Everett Young visited thnt the men hud met instant ed Mr. Curtis Young at Nenl'n Creek: denth when the explosion came, Sunday. none had died from suffocation. Fair-vio- w There will bo Xmas treo a nt Christinas night. Everybody invited. WISEMAN WINS Mr. Eugcuo Hutchison nud family hnvo just returned from Phoenix, Col. Winston Wisenmn hns "been Arizona. Truly there is no plneo chosen ns Kovenuo Collector nt like home. Danville to succeed J, Sherman prices: Patrons of Rural Routes should Cooper. It. J. Burton, 7,000 pounds to J. Col Wiseman's many file renewed mail list with their e- fneiuL ju Lincolu will heartily re- A Mingun and Co., representatives speotive, Curriers including tho His se- of n Louisville firm, nt 12 cents, names of nil members of family nud joice ut his appointment lection wus another victory for Sen- - Forest Cnb'ce to the Shelburno ware servants to insure prompt delivery ' street. Mrs. Annie Reynolds Cottrcll nml Wm. Maishbank of the Paint Lick section wcro united in marriage nt tho residence of Mrs.. Sallio tho Rev. O. P. Bush the Baptist minister officiating. Mr. Ralph Arnold and family formerly of this county but. recently of will movo to South Harrodsburg Carolina to reside. Miss Xnncy Walker went to Richmond this week and will ho joined there hy her aunt Mrs. Cornio Clay who will leave with her for tho city of Atlanta to spend tho rest of the winter with her uncle Mr. Charles Walker, and the latter portion in Florida. The Mary Walker Price Chapter of tho U. D. C. met Monday afternoon at tho homo of Mrs. John M. Mount on Water street. The members of tho Presbyterian hcurch arc preparing an interesting ciitcitninmcut to be given during tho coming holidays and will also make happy the Sunday school pupils of that membership by arranging for them a handsome Christmas tiee. Tho negroes engaged in the fraevening near cas on Thnnkf-giuuBryanlsville, Burton and Ray, were nrrested by Sheriffs Ballard and Robinson and lodged in jnil. Several of those participating In tho Boon-ill- o nffray were also brought in by the officers and incarcerated to awnit the action of tho grand jury nt tho present term of court. Elder F. M. Tinder pastor of the Christian church of this city; preached sovcral evlnjngs during the past week nt tho now Union church nt Ilinttsville, three miles east of hero and hnd unusually large congregations ns the weather was very good for such gatherhigs. Little of the flarrard tobacco crop is moving ns yet, only.n small portion of it even now being in case, as the weather has been too dry for the growers to do much stripping. A few of the upper Garrard farmers have sold to W. P. Kincaid at tho following prices: Virgil Gnslineau 2,000 pounds at 4 2 cents and about 0,000 pounds at 10 cents; Christopher Sowder 0 pounds nt 10 cents, Guy Ballard 10,000 pounds at 9 2 cents. Somo of tho growers of Buckoyo nnd McCrenry sections have engaged their tobacco at tho following 1-10-001-- Eph Pennington nnd evcryono of his host of friends will rojoico that his long service for his party has nt last been faithfully rewarded. He is well qualified in e,very way for tho work of tho position and will undoubtedly serve with complete satisfaction for the next four years. Judge Hardin also appointed Walter W. Saunders Trusteo of tho jury fund. It is nlso nn nppointment thnt will give general satisfaction. Mr. Saunders is assistant cashier- - of tho Firstt National Bank nnd a deservedly popular young democrat. MORE BASKETBALL. In an exciting, though "rather ono sided contest, the first team of tho Stanford High' School defeated a mixed team in basket ball at tho opera house Friday. The scoro was 31 to IS. McCnrtyxfor tho first team threw 12 goals, tho next largest number being thrown by i'rof. ingnman for the mixed team and Joe-Hilfor ttho first tenneach throwing C goals. Tho team iVdoveloping rather rapidly and expect to wfii mnny games with neighboring towns this winter. The temporary line-u- p for the first tenm is Joe Hill, center, Harris Coleman guard, Thomas, Coleman Guard, Will McCarty, Capt forward, and Jno. M. Waters forward. On Saturday afternoon tho made another effort tb defeat the High School team but failed. Tho H. S. tenm wvon by tho decisive scoro of 28 to 13. Miss Ella Warrea threw 12 gouls for the II. S. team and Miss Verna Rout one for tho Bumblebees Miss Margaret Beck threw 2 goals and Miss Ruth Beck 2. Nellio Wilson Hill one, and Lettio Walker McKinney one. Miss Warren threw two goals from foul line nnd Nellie Wilson Hill one. Tho game was rather spirited throughout, considerable interest is being manifested in this popular sport. l Bnm-hlobces i i t MRS. R. E. GAINES Passes Away Last Week Lingering Illness After After a lengthy illness of lung trouble, Mrs. Robert E. Gaines passed away peacefully over tho river last Thursday afternoon, ut her Lome, in tho Walnut Flat neighborhood, the old home whero she was born nnd raised. Mrs. Gaines is vsurvived by her husband and ono daughter, almost grown to whom the sympathy of a largo circle of friends goes out in thisUheir hour of deepest grief. Mrs. Gaines mnrringo wns a Bywaters, a member of a prominent family of this section. Tho funeral services woro conducted nt tho home on Fridny afternoon by Rev.""L D. Jones of the Baptist church of which Mrs. Gaines wns long nnd faithful mcmur. Tho remains were Inid to final rest in the family burying ground. bc-fo- ro DEATH OF MRS MOORE. Russia will not change the laws tho rendmission of foreign Jews into Russin, regardless of the threats of many Americans to ab rogate tho treaty of 1832. for Judge O'ltear resigned from tho Court of Appeals last week to devote his time to the practice of law which ho believes will pay him better. Gov. Willson will appoint his successor before ho goes out of Mrs. Minerva Moore, nged 87, died at tho homo of her daughi ter, Mrs. David Burge, in tha Cedar Creek community last week and was laid to rest in the old Holmes bury ing ground after services at the homo by Mr. J. C. McCInry, Mrs. Mooro was tho widow of tho lato Joseph Moore, long deceased, and besides her daughter, is survived by two sons who livo in Missouri. She was a faithful member of the Christian church, nnd ber ' loved by all. who knew her. Tur-ncrsil- lo Uncalled Fw Letfers t. Clou Miss Helaji Kii ilim i m 'f THE STANFORD INTERIOR JOURNAL STANFORD, KENTUCKY STOCK LAW. $$F n It ?v Stanford, Dec. C, Horn, to the wifo of Henry Gooch Departed from Iho sceno of earth The election held on tho stock a fine pirl. in tho City of her home, Indinnnfm-li- s, law, carried in tho Stanford nnd Oisenr Hest nnd wife, of Danville, s vo V) Mrs. Snllie Sheron tho relict of Wnynesbtirg Magisterial distrists hnvo relumed home nftcr n few Mr. John Sheron. on tho 7th day of November, 1911 AN EQUAL ilnys with relatives here. The deceased was full of jenrs IF YOU WANT A SUIT OF CLOTHES WITHOUT vvns lost In the Crab Orchard )r. Steele, of Junction City, mw and her life was crowded with olid DURABILITY. THAT INSURES THE WEARER FIT. COMFORT AND district, consequently tho following business Inst week. hero on glory. Shu came of Old Virginn AND SELL offeuivo in Stanford nnd Wny A TRIAL WILL CONVINCE YOU. WE MAKE THE PRICE Mr. Wnllnco Sweeney nnd Hva Block nnd whoso mniden name law is , mnrri-c- d was lliatt, that gave the name of neshurg districts. GOODS. THE flooeli 'of Yayncburjr wcro It elmll bo unlawful, nfter thirty M. K. church by Jtcv. Hiattsvillc where they located after nt the Crab immigrating from the grand old do- days from enid election, for nny Stralton on Thanksgiving day. Her line of nncetry was person to permit nny cnlllo hordes, hns returned minion. .Miss Kvn France V a long nnd honornhle ope. Horn in hogs nnd sheep owned by or under homo nftcr bciinr with her sister, V SMOwm his control or in his custody, to run 18 14, two yrnr- - hefore Hie begin( V. h. JlcC.xrly. Mrs. i. ; i j-- i 4jr szJ'i tar. H l& in said districts; mid nny ning of the Mcxienn war nnd joining nt lnrce, Miss Murtis .Montgomery, n AraHI person so offending shnlt be fined the Methodist church, when only 13 bia, spent n few days here. A woman often docs not toticc yenrs of ngr, die led u Christian life not les Ihnn fii nor moro than ." what a cold day it is so long as sho Mr. Will Dye, moved his blnck-Viniof benevolence and chnrity. No for eneh offense, nnd if nny damage is bustling around the house. But liop 1'rom South Fork to weak, trembling hand of poverty shall be committed by same in said when she sits down to her sewing and" Wnyiipslmrg pike near his home. was ever extended to her nnd with- districts the owner of same shall bo mending, she soon feels chilly. Horn, to the wife of Henry JenShe shared her liable for nil such damages, whethdrawn empty. It is then she needs a Perfection Smokeleis Oil Heater. kins n hoy. plenteous board with the hungry er the place where the damngrs ocIts quick, glowing heat warms up a room in next to no time. Mrs. Link Walls nnd mother linve nnd needy. She gno to thoso who curred he inclosed by a Inwfnl fern o Anil If you want qood bread order That is the beauty of a Petfection Smokeless Oil Heater. It it I lvturnrd from a vUit to Lexing- a;kcd, and from those who would or not nnd tho person damaged Fancy Patent Bannhman's No. always ready for uie': you can carry it wherever you please; and you Flour from your qrocer. He will ton. n lien on tho cattle comborrow of her, she turned not nwny. shall hnve light it only when you want it. charge you osly 75 cents for a Mis Mnttie Green, of Mt. Salem When heaven paw this good Chris- mitting the damage hereof ami the patratrj sutomttic family The Prdectioa Oil Hf.trf it imotdm and njotlru 25 POUND SACK and your dctic. innurt UiU It i irliU. m! ind rtoootnic! Ixirni mix hourt oa on is the guct of Miss Vest. tian nppronchinu'. she opened wide cost o" suit; it shull furthermore can live a whole week or lonner on It. drumi 6niKl olhrt lo blu. um4 o plia Met, with tiling. lUndiomr. loo Sec how little It cost to live If you Girls, you had better learn to obey her enduring gnte, linnnoiiSous bo the duty of nny constable, sheriff ntcku trimminjt. of Bauqh-man- 's will EAT BREAD made the boys around King's Mountain sounds on the golden hinges twin- or town marshal to impound nny or wr lr iUcim eirt!r r ttncj ! DuVn flour. YOU CANT BEAT IT. for one boy,' said "if n certain girl ing. Dentil hns no torrors for one cattle found running nt largo in Every sack quarantccd to be Standard Oil Company STRICTLY FIRST CLASS. would obey him she could have half who lends a pure Christian life, She said districts, and owner or bailee (IncofporittJ) I. In every nrocery store In On sale said "I nm going home." They think-in- tr thereof fhnll pay the officer, im- of his farm before Xtnns. the ff.m'vi Stanford, and the maforlty of sho meant hor native state, Ken poundine: for enoh bend so impound Mrs. t,nnra I.ee gave a pic supper stores in the county. feed-in- " for the benefit of her school last tucky nsked her what home? She ed one dollar and the costs of j. H. BAUGHMAN & CO. Every family has need of good ro tho officer shall have n lien on tho nml taking care of such cattle Wednesday JU"ht. They received replied "My Heavenly home," nnd Stanford. Ky. impounded for his fees liable liniment. Tor Hprnuis, bruises cattle so mnde for Heaven was certainly Provided, that (he costs of im-- 1 a nico sum of money. of the muscles nnd rheii and expenses, which ho mny enforce soieness poundin? nny number of cattle, nt Mr. Cyrus Johnson spent Satur- such Christians ns she. mafic pains there is none better s mortgages nre How good we should nil bo that ono time shall not exceed three dol- - " day nnd Sunday with hoaiefolks. AWTS thnu ChamlicrlainV s.de bv nil lop-ewe may at the last find n secure nnd tho cost of feeding nnd Mrs. Emma Chcvoletto who has dealers. FOR RAW FURS AND HIDES ffiif&Jf!&&gl been visiting friends and relatives anchorage on the celestinl shore and IjSt'S&t' Wool on Commlulon. Writi lor ptlce- - j?M in Hamilton, 0., have returned homo bo with her again after life's fitful Some of our neighbor schools love fever is o'er. She hns gone from 1837 n nA KsUbllahed to bonst of their merits in spelling. tho scencs of cnrtli but to a more JUHK WHIIfc&LUi LOUISVILLE.KY. We are mndo to wonder why they glorious land, whose beauty never t'on't take up some other branch and fnde. And though our hearts nre drooping, in mourning, wo know she TRAINING SCHOOL for TEACHERS graduate. hns gono to a brighter clim, Horn COURSES: Preparatory. State Certificate, Counly Certificate Review, Diploma. when April was weeping herself Life EROUGHTONTOWN NEWS Special. Tuition Free to Appointees, uvvny in the llouery lap of Mny. She when cold winter Expenses Very Low. Ask About It. Artistic Catalogue Free. Address Little Ernest Smith, who hns hecn leaves the wotld with snowy shroud is wrapping nil : Richmond, Kentucky : : : : : G. CRABBE, President, J. very sick of throat trouble ii much in his ioy mantle. Oh, snd the I impro cd. though over mother's dead, in Mr. Dnniul Droughton will move into her peaceful head, and bit-tto Crah Orheard John Uroughton aro the tears we shed, but is it will f Ml the vacant place he leaves. STANFORD, KENTUCKY not sweet to think hereafter, when srzocsaogssASjsacsauuuBacsaKs:g BgassawBi gaaa Jlrv. II. P. Itangh, of King Moun the spint leaves this sphere, leave tain liau been visiting fHands at this on deathless ivfng nhnll wh'.o to place. by-b- id tho-- e be long hath mourned for Mr. Lena Xonhoj was the punt d hole, hearts from which 'tis death of Mis. Sarah Smith Sunday. 1 1 tT sever, rye this world can iwver 1 Mr. V. S. Drown, has gone to restore, llitte as warm nml bright 1 'pend a few week, with his daughter aa ever, shall meat y and be loat at Salem, Iud. 1 lr. Julia Smith has gono to no Amore. and-work- s mourning daughter 1 1 t pend a few days with her daughter MKS. ELLEN' CAMl'HKLL. 5-ye- ar Mrs. Jennie Kidd at King's Moun1 lain. TO-DA- Y. 1 Sunday Mrs. hula Harness 8-ye1 1 afternoon with her sister, Mrs. Sara CAUSE AND REMEDY, Smith. Mr. Jimmie IIny is getting along MR, FARMER: Make your homo us modern for your family as a ice, Uncertainty of the immediate 1 'ceiJenco, and place yonrtelf in a position to get the latest market quotation nicel with his fecluut at this placo future is looked upon by many men at any time. This can ho accomplished by means of our le'ephono service which boon will ho over. Wo aro of affairs, as a blockade to enter1 which you and your neighbors can get for n sum thut U small compared with very sorry, for we think he is an prise and business prosperity, and 1 tho benefits received. Call or address our nearect oflice or write direct to this blockade is now quite apparent leadquarters, Nashville, Tonn., for information regarding our special "Far ixerlleut teacher. throughout the channels of trade. . mers' Line" rate. If you are not at present enjoying telephone service, wr Mr. Elmer Logsdeu of Lexington The Presidential Election; the can immediately interest you. Our line cover tho States of Kentucky, and pretty Miss ITada Leo of King's 1 efforts of Congress with no fixed Tennessee, Mississippi, LoiiManii and tie .Southern jxirtion of Indiana anil Mountain were married home few ptiriosc; Organized Labor as a new Rlinow. FAST TKNNESSEF. TEL. A TEL. CO. factor in politics; together with duyn ago. lvrnni"HATM' other i.ultcrs of greater or less Mm. PorUou nifd little babe ot import, uvrcscnt nt this time n ' ilu-- i j)luco are slowly" recovering. chaotic conflict of separate interera ests, to harmonize which is now the Msar problem before the country. HOLIDAY OPENING DEC '2, 1911 All want Prosperity, Peace and rienty. Read with care the CinCut glass ivor,v tut wire, iiilvcr-waifrom a spoon to a complete cinnati Enquirer, a journal that jewelry, a complete line, evcrj prints all the news each day from every commercial center throughpiece absolutely guaranteed, toilet THE MERRIAM WEBSTER A barometer of out the world. 1 sets, hand mirrors, gifts, story and caus.es and effects that points out, Tho Only Kcw unabridgod dicLooks of fiction, safety razors, cut-Itrtionary in many years. as a Beacon Light, the danger and 1 Clatiss' bhears nnd scissors the safeguard therefrom. Contains tho pith and essence I.owney'b candy, toys, dolls games 1 of an authoritatlvo library. As well known, the Daily EnYou aro es- - quirer is the largest in size and Uovcrs ovory Sold of knowl. for the littlu ones. 1 odgo. An Encyclopedia in a jiiYiieu. ijvh i uuy iiiuii highest priced paper in the United pcriun.v single book. you see our. line. Stales, yet cheapest, measured by 1 Tho Only Dictionary with tho Reynolds & Evans quality and quantity, Kcw Divided Page. ruuK-iiiyJunction City, Ky. The weeuy Diquircr, with the 400,000 Words. 2700 Pages. ' corner nest to Court House 0000 Illustrations. Cost nearly half a million dollars. Always Better to Laugh. Stanford, Kentucky. Lot us toll you about this most Jano Jones said "Lauiihln' at trouble market report., methods nnd re1 1 Is a eight more senBltilo tliun cryln' at sults from Government nnd Sta'e romarkablo single volume. It. I've seen whole families broko up Kxjicriment Writ for tain pie Stations, vtlcrina.y 'jy one measly llttlo quarrel, Jes' be--" matters, People's Fonun, choice .5SSS3l pacet, full par- caueo none of 'em had senso enough tlcuun, etc Lot of dishes, picture frames, Irish potatoes, onions, canned fruit, also meat and lard literature, bhort utid continued storXftX f.mm.i JS' to know when 'twas time for lauchln' ffmo tbU HAS A ies, bcnuons, general 1 60 gallon coal oil tunic; many other things loo numerous to mention. You can't stay mad long If all you elt paper and Information, etc., with the exclusion Is laushln' at an' fun pokln'," TERMS All sums under $20, cash in hand, over that umount. a credit of 6 months will $100,000 Capital of of till matters of scandal nnd im- with aad Itee 6 per cent, interest secured by note, negotiable at bank. ket of morality, is today the Cleanest Pocket The quicker n fold is gotten rid Weekly Family Journul obtainable. AND A At the same time and place J. L. Kennedy, will rent to the highest bidder his farm for of the less tho danger from pneuTtk Kadi issue is alone worth the price 1912. This farm contains 30 acres and is close to school and church. Possession at once. ' monia and other serious diseases. of a ".year's subscription. $100,000 Strplus of Mr 1). V. L. Hull, of Wnvelry, Vu., subscriptions make Solicitors for says ! "I f rnily believe Chamber- n handsome profit and increase the m AND TOTAL 'x h lain's Cough llrmedy to bo nbsolute-"- fjootl influence of The Enquirer In trUmiiaCo. th best puparatiou on tho mar- the uplift of morality and industry, iHIW Ammmm 6priuKneW.MM.W Over .,$500,000 resources ket f r colds. 1 have recommended and for the betterment and welfare V ffliTfTi ' "" it to my friends nnd they nit ngroo of the conummity. For terms write, , ,. vou advertise n " with mv." For sulo by till dealers. to The Enquirer, Cincinnati, Ohio. Josmg IltUMVJ 1 You're IMfoSH majflWWMi 1 HI, COMFORT I DURABILITY Orchard, Kentucky. KING'S MOUNTAIN MRS. SALLIE SHERON. vu'' ijiVyTyIf I ml HmLw I L. L SANDERS, ' I .tEESL HBrh,n EE51 BteSi No More Cold Hands I Perfectioij I I EAT BREAD $-- .nlr xskszn vnjrI? FURS ...... iiii FfTTW.S '' lis en-Iar- lr -- iWf fyya i3s State Normal PUBLIC SALE DECEMBER 13 3-year-old Having sold my farm and decided to go to Florida for the winter I will sell at Preachersville on WEDNESDAY, sil-Bn- FIRST NATIONAL BANK, ACCOMMODATING-An- STRONG PROGRESSIVE Rain or shine, beginning at at 9 o'clock, to thehighest and best bidder without reserve or the following property: -- Seeking Your Bank Account. CAPITAL $50,000. Open an Account Withus RURAL TELEPHONES. SURPLUS $25,000 i -- A mgm&mn Bn? INTERNATIONAL, DICTIONARY WEBSTER'S NEW ..THE.. LINCOLN CO. y, NATIONAL BANK aged horse, rnare, 14 years old, mare 3 years old in foal to jack. inareJ2 years old in foal to horse, mare 3 years old, gentle anywhere, horse, old horse gentle for family, coming saddle filly, yearling horse colt, mule colt, old mare safe in foal to Rex Peavine, 12 weanling heifer calves, extra nice ones, 2 extra good milk cows, to be Iresh in 4 weeks, extra nice Jersey heifer to be fresh in January, cow and calf, 2 yearling heifers, weigh 50O lbs, 150 stock shoats 4 brood sows, thorougbredhampshirehog, weighs 20O lbs. 15 fat hogs, weigh about 175 pounds each, 3 buggies and 2 sets of harness, also lot of farming tools consisting of cutting harrow, section harrow, turning plows, plow gear, etc. About 100 barrels of corn in crib, 100 bales of hay 20O chickens, household and kitchen furniture, consisting of 2 upright folding beds, six octave organ good as new, 2 bed room suits, good refrigerator, hall tree, 2 extension tables. 12 feet long, 2 sewing machines as good as new, couch 2 kitchen cabinets, 5 kitchen safes, wardrobe, 2 center bauiotj. o uiifctirs, a sees ainmsr room cnans. carpets, good as cWSitcSS'S sets common chairs, 2 Brussels Straw mattresses. new, yarn carpet, rag carpet, 3 rugs and 3 cooking stoves. 2-year-ar non-sectari- r au rCm -- WMSmis yJmSi k.. I'r fwLw$m. V .,.. c" -- . ,4kjt..i.'j f JONES L. ANDERSON, Preachersville, Ky. ti. tpifiiiimmimmmSZSl g PVl J" THE 8TAWF0RP IHTFmnw -- intio HAL STANFORD, KENTUCKY WOMEN CAUSE LOS r?i THIS LADY'S GO 1 SB aiewanu KEwyiKsTn ANGELES TO Iturart'i Rtritirant fUrtalh Heondijr WET lmk flr35 . STEWART DRY GOODS CO. Mi l GIM APPETITE Se4 fwnlatn Exciting Scenes When Women Cast Their In Municipal California Mrs. Hansen, In a Letter Pram RfeMIe, Tells How She Gained K. 0NHCTIM WITM MIHt e., NtW VIL fkmnt First Votes Election. COME TO LOUISVILLE AT OUR EXPENSE. THE PLAN, BRIEFLY, IS: Purchase from your home to Louisville. When you have completed your shopping in this store, take your return ticket and your sales checks to the transfer desk (South end of building), and we will refund in cash 5 of your total purchases up to the cost of your Round Trip Railroad Fare. Notice to Charge Customers Rebate made in cash at time of purchase and not at time of settlement of account. Do Your Holiday Shopping in Louisville and at Louisville's Christmas Store OurMail OrderDepartment Will ServeYou w Never in the history of this great store have the stocks been as large, the selections as varied or the values as great as at the present Holiday season. 'SlFi. f er' Every wanted need finds its satisfaction in the myriad of Christmas things whicn are displayed in the 81 different departments of this great store. The shopping facilities of the Stewart Dry Goods Co. are unequaled by any store in this section of the country. The broad, spacious aisles the splendidly trained clerks, and the modern equipment makes easy the handling of the vast crowds which daily throng this great store 5 Si fp! a a sffraB &rj Ep &S&- - If you cannot come, write us a list of what you want, and your order will be filled as satisfactorily as if you were here in person. SplendidlyReadyioHolfdayMerchandise 33 312 ta g'MlSSff 3 IWM rriwGt liiSuSia - - - " r. 1 , ..... ,. .1 ,? f 1 ACCOMMODATION DESK-Sec- ond Floor LADIES' WAITING ROOM Third Floor TOYLAND Fourth Floor 1 , TURNER8VILLE. This is nnd i ; fine, Mr. ond Mrs. Leslie Cooper are rejoicing oer the arrhal of a fino coraranity ore taking advantage of ' boy. The littlu fellow baa been nnni- Jt J"""" Coleman, HI ' Lltile Robert MoCormack is Mr. and Mrs. Dun Bogie, of Mad vrith diptheria. weather for ho Idl- cms that people in thin Mr. John Cabh bus about com- - son ennnty, are the guests of Mr. joyed a nice fat turkey for dinner. pleted hli! new Htore and hopes to niid Mrs. J. 0. Bogie. Mrs. Ella Sheffler was the guest bfl 5n U b Xma-ling- , Mr. and Mrs. Frank Russell visit- of Mrs. Ed Qooch last Saturday. HONOR SYSTEM AT STATE J mwMmsmtpss HaSPvJnratvvRlK V 'AiVkv'!l j-- - tJiu-K- A 512&j --- l' j5L-- tfSSSSI ft.V. ' W fi&HW The Lamp That vvc 4ic:zr ii kv w Tn K.rc n' & r fawL..ting book. i o er a It it up to yo to sti t' e c!o not ruin ihcsr yi mi C)i (hs lor (j evaiinei by ftding ujJer n poor ligSt. The Rtyo Lamp it an iiuuronce againU eye troubles alike for young and old. lamp, but it it constructed on the aoundetl Rtyo it a The (dentine principles, and there it not a better lamp made at any price. It it easy on the eye becaute iu light it to toft and white and widely diffuied. And a Rayo Limp never flickert. y lo cun and nwkk. EuSrligUed without remonag tH.tU 01 tlumuyt alio jj teunjr o'hr itIctand haaW Solid Um lhioughoul.twilli liamWt nkkel ill t Pr ? ww M r oler i ! j 1 1 low-pric- W Xi OiMitn ratuklv jjl jira'-- j cr Jif ir eyeutht when nrcr tlunk of r la w mint 'i iil '' lrl" ll Standard Oil Company (UcMpsralW) Messrs. Deo and Curtis Wiko were tho guests of Mr. and Mrs. j tip Ilogcre, drove to Danville last Edd Goooh last Sunday a week ago. Miss F.lsio Long and Miss Wildred vcek and were married. Mr. ninj U jne of our most frominent Sbrader were thero also. Wo believo wo can tell for whom .voting lnrmers, ana is to Be on m inning such a hand-hm- e tho nost wedding bells will ring. bride. fr. l'ct (opcr nnd Mis Snllie WOMAN BURNS TO DEATH l'Ki'r surprni'd their many friends Mrs. Mary F. Poel died nt Nicho-losvil- le ''c imvilny by being quietly mnr-last week as tho results of d. Mr. Cooper is another of our burns. Sho wns engaged in renderimminent young farmers, whilo hU ing lard when in bono jway her 'nido is both popular and hnndsomo clothes ignited and sho was fatally burned before help could reach her. HOLDAM'S MILL She was 55 years old and is survived by her husband, Thomas Peel, Mr. John Long is homo from and three children, Ilamiltou Pcd isiting his parents, of thntyconnly, Mrs. Mary Ilunto Mr. Tmn Oakes has gone to Cinof Kokomo, Ind., and Mrs. Annie cinnati. Droaddiif, of Richmond. MisH l'ldin Long is at home from Cii'cinnati nnd is intending to go When your feet are wet and cold lini'k Xmns. nnd your body chilled through and Afrn. Emit Newman was the guest through from exposure, take a big Cough Remeof Mm. T. Shradcn last Thursday dose of Chamberlain's dy, batbo your feet in hot water beMiss Ann Crow and Miss Mi'drcd fore going to bed, and you aro almost Sclmider wcro the guests of Miss certain to ward off a sovcro cold. I'lule Long lust Thursday and en-- J For salo by all dealers. ed Cin-fiur- in Casey Sunday. Mr. Cecil Manning nnd Mi93 Bet- - rclatiea , Tho students of Stat University by a voto of moro than two to one, adopted the honor system of by which an executive committee of ten members, from various classes, including four young ladies, will scttlo all matters affect ing collego life, and will probe dishonesty and cheating in examin ations. This movement was taken with tho consent of tho faculty. All work is to be dono Becretly, nnd if a studont is foundguilty ho or sho nill bo notified by letter to leavo tho University. If not gono nt the end of tho week or if an appeal to a higher body of students is not offectivo, pnblio expulsion will follow. This is tho most drastic action ever taken by college in the South. Mobile, Ala. "I Buffered for wrwai years, with womanly trouble," wrttM Mrs. Sigurd Hansen In a letter from this city. "I felt weak and always had their otcs thnt the city went "wet." a hcadacho and was always colng to tho doctor. At Jsst I was operated on, This today is the consensus of and felt better, but soon I bad Uin opinion niuong political 'otaorvor same trouble. My husband caked me to try CarduJ. who are carefully htudying tlio first 1 felt better after the first bottle, and cijunl suffrage vote ever enst in n now, I havo a pood appetite ami sWp bitter municipal campaign in n large well. I feel fine, and the doctor tells city. mo I am looking better than ho ever saw me." Tho women voted overwhelmingIf you aro sick and miserable, end ly ngninst a prohibition mensure, d suffer from any of tho pains duo to signed to make tho town nty n womanly trouble try Cardul. Cardul Is successful because It Is bone. composed of Ingredients that have been Th accomplishments credited to found to act curatlvcly on tbo womanthe women oters are: ly constitution. For moro than fifty years, It has tvin Cast more than half of tho total used by women of all ages, with great ole. ncccss. Try It. Your druggist sells It. Defeated Sooinlism. N.H Write tot tjdlM AJvhory tVr . f M!klntCo , Ouittnorufi, Tnn , lor .SprriaJ Defeated prohibition. Horn TreJUru book, lmtnutumt, jnd r Wornm." tint In piln wrppr, on rcoutt. Declared for municipal ncwfcpnpcr Voto for devices to preserve pavethe polling plucc, nnd died of bear ments. fnilure. Voted more quickly than men. Required less coaching than men. CRAB ORCHARD. Outvoted men in nearly all precincts. Mr. Tom Kwing, of Greenville, IlWorked for candidates moro linois is visiting relatives here. than men. Miss 1'enrl Collier hns returned Concrtcd many former foes to from n to Louisville. their cause. Mn George Jny Whito and family tho will Brought peace throughout leae soon for Tuscon, Am., at city. , i which place ne will make his future Opinions by those who led the home. fight lor Alexander and tho Good Mr. Newman and wife aro visiting Government ticket ngainst Hnrriman his mother Mrs. Claudia Holman. and the Socialists are numerous in llcv. Lucien Iaslcy, formerly of praising tho women on the result. here, but now of Mexico is visiting The woman's Progressive League here, ho preached a very interestwas organised October 10. Tues-dn- y ing sermon Wednesday night at tbo they put into the field an army Baptist church. of 2,000 trained workers, captains The wife of Mr. Hugh Logun is ffi- nnd Ksntcnnnts of precincts, ill. inl tiy tlio executive board Mrs. Moore, nged 87, passed away of the lo.i"e, which from be- at tho home of Mr. Bryant, near fore the polls opued until theji-doo- , Cedar Creek. were on duty seeing that Slrother Carter is visiting here, citizen woman's vote was c.it. nnd alto hunting. In precinct 170 one of the prettiMr. Curtis Egbert continues quite est ecnts of the ei.tire day was en- ill. acted when four generations of ono Mr. William Robinson is spcndir.g family enst their first ballots. Tho n week or two in Crab Orchard. first of the line was Mrs. Knthcrinc Car. Englerann, from Indiana, is Shinn. Mis. Sliinn, who, next Sun- visiting Mr. Woods Pottus and familday will celebrate her 92nd birthday ywas brought to tho polls by her Miss Annie Bronaugh, who is now daughter, Mrs. Mnry Kenny, nnd in Louisville has taken sick with Mrs. Snllie Fcriic. Men of tho Citi- tjphoid fever. Dr. J. W. Guest is zens' Committee nbout tho polls act- the attending physician, whilo her ed ns courteous to Mrs. Shinn, who, sister is attending her wants. however, insisted upon carrying her Mr.. Clarence Woods is now in own ballot to the bov nnd watching Crab Orchard where he has formed, it counted. : class in physical culture. Beside Mrs. Shiun's daughter, the two uprescnlnties of the IMPORTANT TAX DECISION" nest two generations who voted wcro Mrs. Elizabeth Kenny, her In reversing tho c iso of Madison grauddaughter nnd George Mayer, County Fiscal Court ngainst David her gicat grandson who, 11 years McChord, Sheriff, the Court of Apyounger than the head of his family peals last week held that tho Sheriff also wns casting his first mayoralty is not entitled to treat tho collatote. Six women over 84 jears of ion of railroad tax as a separate ngo voted in thos precinct. fund from tho regular county taxes Madame Caroline M. Severance, that all the money collected for tho "Mother of Woman's Clubs," is ono county for nil funds, must be countof the happiest, also ono of the most ed as ono fund in tho matter of the excited women in Los ngeles, lor she commission to bo paid, the sheriff saw fulfilled the dreams and strug- for collecting it. Tho sheriff extgles of nearly four score years, when ended that ho was cnlitleeT'to 30" ns on enfranchised American citizen per cent on the first $5,000 of ruiJ-roshe went to tho polls and cast her tax and also 10 per cent, on first vote. the first $5 000 of regular county Mrs. Snrah Loui3 Flaught, a wid levy. Tho court says ho is cnlitkd ow, aged 71, was so overcome with only to 10 per cent on tho first 95,-0excitement nt casting her first bnl-lwi'h nil tho funds counted as thnt sho fell ns iho was lenvim; Women voted for the first time in tho Lns Angeles city election Inst week nnd it is snid to bo due to Ktn-rirri uit nd 00 ot iEKKWEO WINTER TOURIST TICKETS FLORIDA AND ALL SOUTHERN RESORTS ON TO Sl.H DAIL.Y VIA ALL EQUIPMENT ELECTRICALLY "I had seen troublo with constitution for two years and tried nil of tho best physicians in Bristol, Tenn., nnd thoy could do nothing for me," writes Ths. E. Williams, Middlesboro, Ky. "Two packages of Chamberlain's Stomach and Livor Tablets cured mo." For sale by all dealer). LIGHTED DINING CARS SERVING ALL MEALS A LA CARTE GOOD RETURNING UNTIL MAY 31, 1912. f OR FULL PARTICULARS, CALL ON ILCKLSO, P.uHatm.teA W TICKET ACFHT. C'JFEH & MESKNT MOTE, TKkat 4CTsv0.t &ijlMfa krVM!lftirflfol THE STAItFMf INTEMilt JMIRNAL STANFIM, vKENTttCKY The .Interior Journal. EeUbtlihea' 172 i, 1 4. HELTON M. SAUFLEY,...Publlher :.i r- S. A YEAR STRICTLY IN ADVANCE tere4 at the rcetofftce at Man. ferd areeoond elate mall. POLITICAL ANNOUNCEMENTS. - For County Judnc. enndi-dnc- county, subject to the action of tho democratic party. M. F.. North nnnounccs his candidacy for County Judgo of Lincoln county, subject to tho action of tho Dcmocrntio party. For Jailer. Peyton Parrlsh nnnounccs his enndidacy for Jailer of Lincoln county, Biibjcct to the action of tho Dcmocrntio party.. George DeBorde announces Uh candidacy for Jailer of Lincoln coun ty subject to the action of the demo crntic p'nrtj. Dink Farmer is a candidate for Jailer of Lincoln county subject to tho action of the Democratic party. Tho Interior Journal congratulated nnd greeted Gov. McCrcnry upon his inauguration ns governor in lb' 6 nnd takes great pleasure in renewing its most sincere felicitations to him upon a similar ctcnt today in the good year of 1011. Our friend, tho Advocnto says Congressman Helm's bill to provide for a public building at Ilnrrods-bur- g is buncombe It didn't think so when he got $35,000 for tho Dan-vill- o Federal building. y T. A. Rice nnnounccs his for County Judgo of Lincoln National bank notes ont- 100,000 00 stnnding THE LINCOLN COUNTY NATION- Duo to other NaL AL BANK. 4,139 42 bnnks Duo to sUto nnd private At Stanford in tho state of Kenbanks nnd bankers 30,020 tucky, at tho closo of business, 'De- Individual deposits subject cember 3, 1011. to check ....150,759 07 Resources: Demand certificates of do- Loans nnd discounts ..$3111,152 GO 19,400 00 posits Overdrafts, secured nnd unDeposits of U. S. disbursing 17,499 18, secured offices postal savings 13.00 U. S. bonds to Bccuro circu174,021 29 100,000 00 lation Bills pnynblc, including cerPremiums on U. S. Bonds.. 500 00 tificates of deposit for monHondo, securities, etc 20,500 70,303 10 ey borrowed To Fccnro postal swings 8,000 funds Total ....$550,709 04 Iteport of condition of CHRISTMAS You can't put it off only this week and next to buy. PRESENTS WMV04 Select what you want, let us put it away for you. I S there anything a young lady would rather have than one of those hand some umbrellas in our window, they are useful, they are things of beauty they last for years, they never change their colors of handle or cover. Any price. qD, qtou, iu, iz.du, id, ana $zu. VCfltaMHBMMtk true to the best of my knowledge and belief. 00 W. JL BRIGHT. Cashier. Subscribed nnd sworn to beforo 02 mo this 8th day of December 1011, W. W. Saunders Notary Public. Correct Attest. 13,G09 00 S. II. Shanks, J. B. Pnxton, G. Redemption fund with U. S. Directors. W. Carter, Trens. (5 per cent circu5,000 00 lation) When you have n cold get n bottle of Chnmberlnin's Cough Remedy. It Total ,..$550,709 00 will soon fixlyou up nil right nnd wi1! . . ... " ward offrnny tendency toward pneuLiabilities: monia. This remedy contains no Capital stock paid in.. $100,000 00 opium or other narcotic nnd may Surplus fund 100,100 00 be given ns confidently to a baby ns Undivided profits, less expento nn ndiilt. For sale by all deal 58 G,300 Bank hc. fnr. fix Duo from Nat. banks (not 43 reservo ngents) Duo from approved reservo 17,374 agents Checks nnd other cash 2,403 items Notes of other Nnt. banks 2,100 fractional paper currency, 221 nickels nnd cents $11,409 00 Specie Legnl-tcndnotes 2,200 00 .... 37,500 00 00 73 03 Stnto of Lincoln, ss: above-name- d Kentucky, county of Everybody uses SUT CASES. them. You can't travel these days with out one. We sell only the "Llllcy" cases and hand bags and the Lllley make of hand luggage stands in Its line like the STETSON hat or the NETTLETON SHOES do In their line right o ntop. Our Lllley suit cases Our leather cases in in reed and artificial leather arc $2.50 to $3.50. $5, $7 and $10 genuine cowhide at $12.50 and $15 And our Imitation Walrus at arc ideal articles. Our Lllley hand hags In leather at ...$5 and $7.50 $12.50 Genuine horned alligator at Are simply fine. WE have so much JOHN B. STETSON, HEADWEAR. that we hardly know what to tell you about by all, the best I, W. M. Bright, cashier of tho bank, do solemnly swear that tho nbovo statement is first. In acknowledged soft hat the world. We have possibly 25 styles in almost every color and style for .... young men and old in smooth and rough finish in both soft and stiff $350 to $5 atN. $2 to $3.50 The cheaper grades In aliyhe new rough goods we can show yen a great many. cr FOOTWEAR. WE FEEL THAT WE HAVE THE CREAM OF THE SHOE TRADE, WAS THERE EVER A BUNCH OF BETTER ONES THAN THESE "MENZIES," "WITCH ELK," WALKOVER," "NETTLETON, Meniies, and Witch Elk the working mans' out of doors shoe for rain and snow $3.50 to $10 6 to 7 Inch top at Walkover for the moderate laborer and the well dressed man, .heavy $3.50 and $4 and medium weight ralf skin at $4 and $5 Patents and tans at Nettleton a fine shoe in every detail for particular men and for men $6.03 who want and wear only the best at -- NECKWEAR our cases are brim full of the neatest newest neckwear the market furnishes at 25c, 50c and $1. Silk handkerchiefs at 25, 50c and $1 Silk sox 50c and $1. Silk hose 50c $ I, anil $1.50 As is the case every Christmas Sock supporters 10c, 25c and 50c Collar buttons', cuff buttons, stick pins, in fact everything that a man ses nnd tnxes paid 5,025 19 ers. wears 0 oii&ii$i$ii$n3ii$iciiioi$i$ 3iiO"OiOi"OH&a:. o K " Tailnvinrr i 1 Ml n Department In our Msement n first-class H. J. o l.ao Q K repair man 8 SANTA CLAU IN DANVILLE WITH HEADQUARTERS AT ! m Cleaning, pressing and repairing done quick and well o ES McRoberts, J Leave your garments with us for cleaning or Stanford. THE WEST END. Kentucky. To a a :: ? m : m MAfiAN HI THE LARG-BSMENT OF TOYS AND OTHER T M H Ever Brought to This Part of the I O 2 St ate: iKOTzxnsaaffi IT WILL PAY YOU AND M TO COME YOU For tho building of an iutorurban lino from lli'stonvrilo up the tirtek to Jlorulsnd, tho route ii n ideal uili oiio to build at a remarkably of hillside cut four-fift- h cost. A vJiu-is Its than two the way, mile. Its buililiiur would not only re unhanco the value of evory farm through which it pmwd, but wovld griAtly increase tua valuo of nil & pioparly at Moraland ns wall 'Hi ore lias bean nledgad ia bore. V. anting to b brought hore the timber from over three thousand five hundred nuro mid at) flno tiiabor as tliib or ofher state poowa. Some reliable gontlemen of Libwt?, aay. "When yc-u-r inKrnrban la aoxipMed CIS wo will build i c alunfr the pike to .nueet with oura at rloalti'i ille KB if wild hrinji ou bitaiihoia (ram Dntin-nll- e & ai d Kutell Springe.' ' Savoml luiadietr panato of fne ii along nute of Ion ivriv blown aowa by the :.i high wind ku-- t wfok. Oltia hubaub. lpft wok for Hdgtiwood O., to noeopt n position nnt at a Kol Malary. QlUs ia all us rirbt and ia .ire to make gooA ia ' p I I good horseback rider full l Fonidthint; that uiodo thoin hollar like wild ('omraanoboH ns tboj crowed the creek, wont full vpeed toward the Kitting Fork'ut lAi minute to 7 1 Jl. Thoy kept up tboir A NEW fun until out of licnrlitg. The Mayor of Jumbo wij& thnt bnaineaa has been oxeoeduigly quiet Mflce tbe eloeo of the camp meriting Far in Fence cnmmfxwwu Service on rural route ouo from tbie plaoe will bodiii in ilia nenr f :- -I we and the route wit! be a wire good one. LEXINGTON Wa H. ' , Higgins' . Stanford Ky. n k TOBACCO SALES. JCy. 11 Last Deo. I.cxmt, . week' sa!ee of tobnaeo on the Lex- injrica bn.ik enminot'l up 320,075 uound-- . See Him Before You Buy Elsewhere. . .. and trotvfatt2SJSS.ll or r r a,, in MfcHts-uiu. lo ftguiee, S uuute a pound, 14 the bel average for nay week Una neaseii. Ooeo duriHg thu week $20, n higk market priee, wns iABcd nun twi'u 910. round which uosuig hours of hie (lor. Wlllaon iasuod a pi'HtiaiDctii a to the people of Kentucky itruuting free aad fall pardon to every offeer nud member of the KeMoetcy Stnto Guard who was on anty during the "night rider" trou- bio. "For and and overy charge," growing oat of thoai- offidlal nets. IIolHwiflee OKilaia offioers of the juurd bj iinmoa who were in the noulto iu iigg, Todd, Chriitinn n.id Iaoii rouuties. In ilit- - - If You Are Prompt n lt Still Have Abundant Time To f m m I. Hity aitiiHti ,1 n lie aoecjpta. SEE US BEFORE BUY YOUR PRESENTS & m m m Ilonuku-- auippert last weok 7' fifud rt 1.400 jxumkI cattle for good priee lw Teeh ed n rti0'lrimr the markel- TJie aaw and pJaniug mill nt I full Hw, and then PS'' t nb' t u p i p. hJ iloiuj; a IJ. I Paint That Roof Use Or ih w Gcn-im.f- Commonwealth Red - o Q MAHAH I GRIME S ; 'ho 5 iU 2'm, jjji j tVum . o m & m Danville, Ky. o101010110101 5 Swittiiiieiewsaasi111010110 1. uuvortisu w the money ,f J" You're Johiug AuWi was (.iven n e Iv urmi vor (I'li-. tt inuuy frijnd l.ii.hdn.v u"l .'J'f'iid relatives wor present to nld in Klher enjojment of the ocension in H the fullest and most ngrecablo man- -' nor. r- ... l !i. uiii"(i m. n n iiciir iiuiku- uuin, Jirs. n: bor of Mrfl. Bettie F.tcs, nnd in M hr 9.1d enr i the mother of our good friend, Jacob Wulls whom everybody knows and like. Wo hope m sho will livo to ba a hundred nnd then some. '!' CINCINNATI MARKETS. 12 Cincinnati, Dec. Cattle market $.7.25; C.75. htiers $35.50j nctio; steers cows Metalastic You Can Get It At ,1 t' s . 6 J1.24.7fl. J logs cl, ,.!.. Sheep Renud lights ceipts 305; innrkot. steady, 1.25 3.10. &flti)( V! ,nr.l...rd t-- c fil.u'U '- .'! i "'- -,......,.... rrr. . (,1iituiui. .nro cicnri7n. pigs utu i n.ta yjivvvi ;i r" Cnhcs bteaday, $3 Itocuipts 5,230; market Lambssteudy, .f35.75. J The rain Monday night nnd Tuesday plucd havoc with tho crowd that had intended to go from here to tho inauguration PENNY'S DRUG STORE STANFORD, KENTUCKY. IT" k it i . kkl jsa me-- i d" V&& ' J with mv." -- " ai . 44...w m-j mmu - For . bale by nil denlere. mj .rtMur to r -- t I T.,,",;. ". wmv. iuc unqmrcr, cuiauumi, a.t i .. THE 8TAWF0W) IWTEHIOH JOUH HAL PERSONAL and SOCIAL Mrs. STANFORD, KENTUCKY J. N. Mcnefeo licro. Do not forget Warner's l. clocks th 'largest ever. ttmbry updit n few dnys in LouisOfilf Mueller. SHORT LOCALS. ville on political matters last week. 1s . h. I ForiSnlc. My homo on Miller Miss l'niinn llnys hns Lvcn tho l'or Sale 1'nro bred Mnininbtlt Streets Fred i:irhcnherge(r. rpicst of friend nnd relatives in Itronzo Turkeys; Mrs. J. ;X. Cash. Lnncimler for tho past few dnys. W. S Fish represents bnlv the Mrs. Mnlindn Stone, loft Inst Xmas goods in a largo variety at best and stronqest Insurance I will sell my home on East Mnin week to spend tho winter with tho Mueller's. "'siGtf' Let him keep you nrotccted. trret on very easy terms. Sco me Misses 0nley nt Now Market, if you nro looking for n go ml lion For Sale. Farm of 08 acres 3 priced richt. II. C. Hauehinun. 's t Trebb rooRted peanuts at miles- - from Crab Orchard with A. II. M. Wurc, of Lexington wns Uo-- 3 cery day. Xn.Ji, lmrso barn, garde nnd pump. Ii'epoit of Condition i.f hero, several dnys enjoying n bunt For Sale Six Mammoth Hrotiro over52." nrres cleared. 7.0.00 or with Owhlcy Newlnnd. gohlilers. Mrs. Win. Mnthcny Stnnr rent tor $o() per ycnncnsli. II. THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK, 07'-t- f of Stanford, Kentucky MuelleivStuiifonl, Ky. Dr. nnd Mrs. T. W. Pennington ford, Ky., , vUited Mr. and Mr. Kduiaii Keen-o- n II an tako tlio "shako" out of ember in JlnrrodHimri; last week nnd 1 respectfully solicit y6ur sub- your old shotgun, repair your gun nt tho close of btiMnc3?-Ji- ' , then spent several days in Cincinscriptions for magazines, newspa- or'doorlock. 1'riees reasonable. Call . Resources nati. pers or any periodicals of any kind. mo at I. .1. ofllce. D. Halloa. OOtf I onus nnd IS7,1 0J.07 discounts Mn. Snllic H. Knuflcy left jMter Subscribo through mo and snvo muc-v- y, 'Wo nro prepared to irTstnll hot (i'rtlrnfts, secured undT- ilny for Wilmore, whero sho will limn and trouble. II. L. Steger. water and hot air heating, plumbing 0,10 1. OS unsecured .'...1 spend u month witfi her dnughter, Crab Orchard. 05tf p'ic., Conn llros., Lnncnstcr. 81-t- f. I . S. bonds' to i Mrs. Snnfonl M. Lognn. cictiro ', fjU.uOu.&O4 circulation Mrs. J. K. Ijjrin was hero Sstur-.dn- y celery, cranberries, minrc There is a great difference In life for a short isit. Sho is mnking meat, fruitH nnd nuts. Qeorga II. insurance policies. Mutual Benefit l . S. bunds ou hnnd to se93-tcure Postal Savings .. 1,000.00 n unit to her daughter, Mrs. John Forris. Policies arc superior. I can shoto 1'n'iii on U.S. bonds.... .100.00 Mount, at Iancnstcr. you. Why-fio- t buy. the best? R. M. IVikN, cto .. We nro paying highest priucs for Newlnnd Agent. John Owfcley Hold nnd wife Hank, house fur & fix. . 0,025.00 Saturday lroni Louisville-wlur- fresh eggs, chiokciiH nnd nit kinds Iluldfl Ilros., 2,110.00 For Xinns prevents that will Other ical estate owned he Iish been in n hogpitnl. Mr of countryproducc. pleae nnd bo a joy forcer. f!o to Due from national banks Heid has ahtiut recovered from n nt tho Stanford MenUMarket. Mueller's Jewelry Store tf (not roscrvo agents) SS0.53 sorious NioknitsH. I'M1 from state and private For catarrh, asthma, Intuiting, 9TATC or omo cirt or Toltdo. I Mr. ami Sir. .11. 1). Carter havo !. Cuuhti. i hnnkr and bnifkcrH, trust moird to tho linuso recently va- - miming, tircntho llyomui. It has ruisor1,lb(Ictitr inkM mtti 'that hi-- U milnr erm of I. J. llitMi A Cci( Hie cniiipanicfr nnd savings v A jialed liy Mw. Adolia Woods in Kat ei.ed more catarrh misory than all trtrr mtrxl CltruU lab'dd. Cwinl- -tb ix1 um ot hUtr nrm olll pr lomuH. lht fir ' 310.82 banks Mnin. Dr. and Mm. J. V. Urynn th uatnrrh speainlists on earth. ONIS o( IIIMIIUII IMII.I.AICbo curnlrarhy am) nnr (. . . 7 rAM ot Catakrii thmt cAiiuut ib , Puo from npprovoiTf ro- -i hafo tnbin tbt Ihibso they If ft on Outfit including iahalor $1. Separ- lltU'l CAttPKII CIKI. rtus'K j cnr.Miv me and Simm In N'mjI Main. ate battles "0 cents. Q. L. I'cnny Uih fth to brfor Ucmubcr. futMrrilintiih. or tttntett, 1,201.07 . ?eno agents-...t?.;.- .. A. !r ol -I I A.W.OLnSOV. Notes of other notfonal Mr. Hwtell Pillion, , of Iibieoln tfunrHNtec? it. 1 l N0TAt i-- oHitty. . lUll'a Cutarrti Cure to Ukm tnlrmallr ami rti banks ;... I.G05.00 o hnre this weuk with his tflrrrtlf uiuo the bkM aal mtieniu aurUrra ot tbe lvKgmna l'oyton s(er'of fatrrn. brad ror tmiraonLiU. frre.a co.. Toicdo. o I'lnetionnl papor enrroncy, Mr puron. Pol. aud Mrs. W. H. r. j. ciu:.m:v hold br all DniRtota. IV. nickels and cents . . . Mrs. T. 1. 1 1H1, mid n niece of Dr. HaOS IntnW Kolio ' raw Hull Kaullr Itiu (at mmttpatioo. V. I'ojtow dhal refofllly nt her .1. Henry Hiinkln, of Junotion Lawful money recorrc. in bank : Col. J. I oin iigent for the International Fpeoio SIO.IGJ.-IO- , To.xus - w here1 rUv, irnt priors of postmnitters, was hoiw In MeinniM!y ongino nnd feed cutters. Legul tender notes 2,407. Hhe bad made Iter howu for a nmn-U- Lrasollno lL'.O.IO.-tlii'to s'll .'l.ini; hands with bis friends llst'on the mnrkel. J. L. Uoasley, I.'odcmption fund with U.S. of yewr. ooMit day. Treasurer, (fi per cent of K, C. Walton, former editor of tho Chsinberlnin's Stomach and Liver of circulation) 2,SO0.0O HricJt stone room for rout on corI. J , r nun up from Orlftodo, ITh., Tsbluts, dtiftnot sicken or fripoTand ner of Main nml Lauoasler sfrooU, may be tal en with peifect safely MwnWiy ro make a vkit to hie Total I'Mscssioh hj tho iiHit delionte women ot tho )loeilo ooitrj hoBte. .1270,320.30 Wultou, and otbar ton, niltorc The old ami fettle vonnuijpt lOliild. )elHtivis II was yivH a isost Jannary 3, 1012. J. S. IlockcriOS-t- l will nli-- iTml tllini a most anitMbVe Liabilities cordjnl grating on ths strpeti court leibcdy for aidinr; and strtuKtheHiiiL' Capital stock paid ill A number of the young men df day by Iris legion o'f friends. Ihtiir fteakOJied dife(i' and for Snrplns fund 25,000.00 tnw? are planning a swejl ChristK. K. IjM SIhw loty wok salt) by all tho bowels, 2fi(li. '"mlivbted profits, Iqss 'nlrm, At., wliers lis will arapt a mas dance on the nl((lit oft he dealers. nnd taxes paid "3,305.71 iiiee imaiiion m cnginosr mi the lltey have Negated Stabert's bond qf , HoMthoni rsilrrfad, n place hs hold Uuieville ai.d wfll. Imvo one of the Tho j. Jftoy o m3hnfd y. Nat'l bank notes out- a 3tanuing nicest Wh given here in a long j 'shuriJwn.g( tho 1)0,luUrily of which 50,000.00 n nnmlwr of ysnrs. f ft10, 320.15 'wna extended by Joe Jolfcraon, will Duo to other nat'l banks S. S. IdiMoro and fnmily loft I) to to stnto nnd private t --jvjj by thopiipil- - of the de "" " j for Aodttreon, Ind., whore Mr. bank and bankora. . . There will be an M time apcUuut partmetit of expruMiou of tli Skin.201.71 IHrwre takos a position as comlwa-to- r rualcli at Union, ohuroh, Morcland, fold graded school ou December S2, Individual dopoUte snb-iiou tH intrurua.n lino of tho to check ...."... 3J2,0S0.72 ou Friday evewing, Deeember 22. A ut8 P. M., in Walton'-- , opera house 'Indian I'niin Traction Co. ?oM medal will tf awarded to the Thee(stiimos will be riiraiahcd by Demand eorr. of Deposit .7,000 00 Mrs. Samnrl V. Mencfeo and lit-tireossful spfcllor. AdmUeio;! Win. Itoek & Sons of Cincinnati, Hills payable, including cereon, S. W. Jr., of Knnas City, most 10 cont- -. IvorlKly is invited to Ohio. It is a Joraody ofrnro tjio tificates of deposit for . Mo., spe'it fcc.Tal das hint nook money borrowod cone and 'a' ' i'rl. will lie given in a manner wor- 32,000 00 ami with Mr Mfiipfre's parents Mr. ind : thy of skilled perfornifrs, for as bus been demonat rated in, the paat Totnl $270,320 30 thore aic soreral pupiN who jKieaatts State df Kentucky, county df S3 Bi hietrioitie ability. They Lt.icoln, se : will appeal' nt tlieir lk-- t on this 1, II. C Itnugbimiu, eashior of tho "oii will do ell t roeottl above' 'named bank, do solomuly mzftMrmxttm3mmnwKXfitticit!arsm.iaaa this tlato in your lint f holitUy swear tliat tho above stotoieent is Itemeiuher the date Pri-l.- v jruo to (ho best of my knowledge and ulvht Dceembor J2nd. belief. II. C. IUrGlIMAX, Cash'r. Sam J. Burch, of Chattanooga, Mis Annlo I). McKoborta spent "Pcnt Fcvcrftl AnW lth hU mother, Mnry n,lrch ,n8t wcck' Saturday nml Sunday with Lnncon- - Ilia ninny friends wero plml to (cr relative. I1cP,lly SlicrifC W. 8. Embry out Juilgo I L. Wnlker of Lnncnstcr, wns hero Friday en routo to Lon- - Monday nftcr his serious 'incident ' Ho fa a liltlo disfipired but, still don on lcjrnl imeinoss. , i. .. . . . . in tho ring. Senator It. I JIublilo nml Joo on tho afternoon . and 1(1 window of December IB It. " Christmas pfods arc being receiv ed nt W. H. Illgpins. ,Ojvc kirn n ' 00-- 1 1. rail 'early. J, My selection fn wrtte,bcs v and in W. H. Saturday night at 7:30 nt (ho court house. Admission 25c for adults i cents for children under 32 years Tho proceeds of this lecture will go to missions. Dr. Morrison has many friends in nc around Stanford who wjll ho delighted to have this opportunity of hearing hint, Thofo who do not personally know him will not want to miss this chance of getting n store of information about n subject so vital. Givo him n crowded house. Tickets on sale at tho lvv Stanford Drug Store. Womans Missionary Society M. 13. C. S. If you want n hot firo uso New 's Diamond nnd Hex coals from 02-3- t. yards. Den-ham- Hooms for rent over Thos. Pcnco's More. W. A. Tribblc, Stanford, Ky. Now lot of furniture Heazley. lrl&llllfrBIOIIOIl$l4rl4rl4llnl I ft XMAS -- -- just in. 0(J-2- J. t. L, tho Condition of THE NATIONAL BANK OF HUSTONVILLE, KY. ' Hcporl of IHOLIDAYSJ a Reminds us of our host of friends m a to be remembered. 'Let us remind o you that it is better to present substantial gifts, like the following list: m - com-oanl- es. ul Iliihtotiville, Kenttttcky, nt the clone of business Dec. a, 1011. Resources Loans & discounts $125,003.37 Chcrdnifts, secured nnd. tiiiKccuri'd ('. S. bonds to scQuro I Ten-nwso- o. 2,118.27 50,000.00 137.10 2,000.00 152.02 New-land- o m cireulatiini 'rem. on U.S. bonds.... 01-2- 1. Hank, house, fur& tl.v.. Due from national bunks O M not recent) agents Due lroni o ., ttiirocd rc-Ji- g f. rd agents M.7G2.5G N'otes of other nalional banks G05.00 'rai'tional jiajier currency nick'cV- and 'cents.... f 2G0.0J ;L'avfnl nioney resort o in bank: Specie!. ! ., v$8,802 0,717.Q) Legaltc;iilcr nofes 825 lfFilemptioti fund with U. S. Trens. (5 per cent of circulation) 2,500.00 - o M o u o m m m Box of Collars Selection of Tics t Holeproof Socks. Silk Socks Stylish Hats Kid Gloves o o fir m Umbrellas. Sweaters Shoes Box of Shirts Mufflers from 25c to $7.50 Handkerchiefs Traveling Bags Over Coat Suit Aviation Caps Suspenders o m m & o 0 Total .$200,238.01 M O- nr Liabilities Capital stock paid in...$ 50,000.00 Surplus fund 17,000.00 Undivided profits, less expenses nnd taxes paid ' 3,3 I3.S7 Nat'l bank notes hi m m A full line of Novelties that are new Call and take a look. & Cummins Stanford, " c - 1 50,000.00 Duo to other Diip Kentucky. it www ! w.- ! ta.' Wearen .. ' " Dil-Ho- n. r Z-JZ . I nat'l banks to stnto and .privato baiiKS and bunkers.. iJiviriuii! dopokits sabi , ieet . .. ". Total 1G.8G C3.P0 lOnBlOlOHOlOelOlOHOiOliOiOlOlO O !: .1 v- '" - ? isi 'fa C' vi .t i.iit "s er rrt lir. lt fr Jvii,J.t8.01 State of Kentuuk), rounty of Lincoln.-- 6: I, J. V.'.' Hooker, nsh-tar of tho above naxnod ban'., .'. solemnly swoor that lite nbove atat-meis line to th'o best of my knoul edgo and belief. J. W. IIOCIvKK, Cashier Subscribed and sworn to bclore me, this 0th day of December. im" .1. W. Iloskins, Notarj Public V eommisnon oxpiros Feb. 25. 101 Correct Attest: IMw. Alrnrn J. W. Powell. W. G.fowail. Director nt " XMAS :taVjs IKiiM t i ii . u ? a iu Li isi lit D kj n a Lh L yu ift SI " M & Buckles, Beaded Bags, Purses Bar- q rettes, Bows, Frills, Collar Sets, Frill o Pins etc. Also Toys galore. Come see n us before you buy that Xmas present f line of XMAS novelties in Belt lKtve Pk just recciveu 4 JLm .la w x ' ueduuiui I gj r j! IS- Quail Are Fin a C' ct ie Hoghes, Martin & Co-Hut to get thcin you bat 1 O ,$ to gt.. s -- Stanford, Ky. ft"? ?;: aV ? v your uinifliuiiliuii Coleman. ry, the from Coftej HE !MK WW m Don't'fontet liexl that II- o - U. very line of sin b- - fiin. ot-eif- bad and want to eupnly all ot oji- biintintr friends. qaaay w rsacmcaaaigata -c3iHK gsaazsaUMwnaaaeaamaffl rr LANKE I " 5 s ? 't w O . 't 42; J5 -- &. w." ". J ". j: vJ "2." V 9ft. O for a Christmas gift. , We have a . .. r Of Hlick tOWels; in the Small big line guest towel to the large 25-- Z. x n M.l lo 3.5c 50c Guest towels. Ernb'idered towels 75c $1, $1.25. linen.q 54-mc- What is more appreciated than nice JCenrly evervhody" know that ou (jroeeries cnmiot be unr-- ' where for freshness and price. T want you. Wo civo prompt dehvt rv Subeeribed nnd stvora to before me Cnf-fe- y Dr. it. C. Morn'it. President of we this 8th day of JVoomber, 1911. and polite service. Tiy ns. & Coleman. Anbury College will uive his wonder- - W. M. Ilright, Notary Public. C0FFEY4 COLEMAN, f'"'y griiphic loftiue on the Orient Correct Attest: J. S. Ilocker, J. Prompt "Vllve- or hw aroniul thc worKli next P. C.immins, AL D. Elmore. 'hone 1HS rZ Lare towels 25c. 35cL50c, 75c, $1, Guest Towrih.g by the ya'rd,15-inc- h HuH :t 25c. 4 K and 5Gc 24'lic.i J luck iijnany grades at 25c, 50c75cand"si"" IBHWHHHi T !n 1912 You Will Elect a President THE AMERICAN There is a feeling of security about Laving enough bed clothing in the house these crisp nights that is really enjoyable. The' very moderate prices at which you can buy these goods should not llind a scarcity of them in any house. Vie can show you a wide range of qual ities and prices trom 4oc to $10. i HIS election is of supremo importance to you. Tho uholn country h divided. On ono side the progressiva insurgents, on l no otner tna Conservative Standpatters. Both parties will promise many things. You will Iiavo to judge their claims and their fitness to carry them out. In theso stirring times IF5 Everyone worth what we ask for it. SEVERANCE & SON, Stanford, Kentucky. iBlliialB .xs-:y&?w REVIEW OF REVIEWS is a necessity to the busy man or woman who values belnff up to date. In a hundred ways lU editorials. Its character sketches and Its timely articles will help you make your choice. It K'vs you " oe5t clearest and most and unprejudiced news that money can buy. It Is accurate, the great monthly newspaper on which Intelligent people everywhero rely for their news, and you get this news ilmoit as promptly as it i given in , the great daily newipapers of the country. "Pu M milu. iinut, mj rnJu Senator LaFoll.ta tf. I tint .Jt uiUhJ lAtf wut4tllla Ul iurttmt huul St a wtM mnml if imftrmMUm," be more accessary tbaa Bxt year Never will tbe Re lew of Reviews I l.rt liU Opting blaiikets in white grey or tan 48c to $1.75 . Cotton Wool Hop Blankets in Plain ,& Plaids; soft as Down at $1.75 to 2.75 All4 pure Wool Blankets in Plain and Plaids 10-- 4 to 12-- beginning as low as $2.79 per pair, up to the fine California Blankets at $7.50 to $10. ,' I ! 4, 1 1 SEVERANCE & SON Stantord, Ky. I s. t!i r ;ny- - -- v- -- ""- ";"" rV y CRAR ORCHARD. ti nnn m ii ir t TrrTTrr " THE tTANFOM INTERIOR JOURNAL i r v r "- - r n-r -- STAN --- 1 -- Ft r t " uriif , KENTUCKY '' r- - tt nrm rr m m i h mm mb id iiii i iim man mihibbbbbjbj Mr. Alfred Davis has been on the Fick list. Mr. Charles Cooper, is visiting (he family of. hia uncle, Mr. C. A. ltcdd. Messr. H. IT. nnd J. ir. Collier, nro nt, nomo 'with their pnrcnls for the holidays. Mr. Rim Middleton, Jr., left Tuesday for Muskogee, Okln., where ho will probably locate. Mr. C. A. Redd, tho veteran bear hunter, is contemplating n hunt in tho mountains of South Carolina. Miss Pearl Collier has returned to her homo hero after n several duys visit with Mrs. 0. P. Nuckols nt Pincvillc. Mr. Shelby Burgin, of Madison county returned to his homo Saturday after n pleasant visit with relatives here. Jake Wnllin, who has been with Wrought Iron Range Co.. in Alabama, is at homo with tho family. 1 1 A. B. Bastin ono of our lumber kings left Tuesday for North Platte, n ,nkc "P n s: ,irro he w.t..-U- n. liOtncslfnd. 1VIFI7T iimi, m am a w mmmmmwsmiw mm h m h m liyic w mmA h m s w mMam m r Jk a AX n k Mk h i rj r Ohnrlti Blriglcton nnd family who have made their home at Henderson 13 i I f I 1 ' U h il ville, N. C, for tho past few years have moved back to his farm here. Miss Clara Collier has returned & tho home of her brother, T. C. Collier nt Louisville after spending Thanksgiving with her parents here. Rev. Roy B. Rutherford filled his rcgulnr appointment ut tho Christian ( hurch Sunday morning and evening His excellent sermons wero greatry enjoyed. Miss Belle Ualdennan, of Louisville, nurncd to her homo Monday evening after a. weeks' visit to Mrs. m Mrs. Buchanan June Buchanan. accompanied her home. Fred Garnctt, who is acting agent nt the depot at his plncc, has moved iuto rooms near tho depot, where he with his family will reside for tho O present. Mr. und Mrs. W. T. Cover havo ro rcntly movo to town occupying the liouso vacated by Mr. L. L. Sanders. Mr. Cover is U. S.'Mnil Car& rier on Rural Route'No. 2. There seems to bo lots of interest here in tho sale of the late W. F. Traylor, which will tako place on tho 3."th of this month. Tho East Knd will bo well represented there. By the way this will bo ono of the largest sales every held in Lincoln county. As yet, wo are unablo to givo names of tho rumored marriages of ono of our "Slatcsvillo" girls, which was mentioned in our last letter. However things aro progressing nieo ly nnd will probably givo an account of same in our Christmas letter. .We leant from reliable sources that thero will soon be a store erected in New Crab Orchard, also a planing mill nnd possibly a flour mill. This togethor with tho sidewalk and new hotel is causing our "Slatesvflle people to pat on city airs and appear LL 111 oioi gioi$ $" ANDERS W v5CB0HCJOl J Ol 0 a ev?Jooso"O0, o" & :BOOlCJO0OOlOOOlOOOCOlOlOOOOKOf 1 Tuesday at 2 O'Clock December 12, 1911, oo3oiooiioiMiioioJioi-5"ai o I SANTA CLAUS SAID: I will be in Crab Orchard if my g automobile will carry my load of g toys, wagons, sleds, rocking horses horns, dolls, and everything heart could wish for the children. Children I am coming rain or lv IJ u ouiuc, turn yi uuu Come bring your friends with you and watch me unload my toys, and give me a warm greeting, and tell me what you want for Xmas. I am going to make E " ikcgTBsxV'TXViiSAr'vMB LXIlrfHV mii it-- .Mrte. xwt ikKirr rf M. .. 7 y j .'l i- mre ry. - .A .I i t I '" ih uh V Kf i Sanders' Store Ny 'Headquarters llllUlillL'K a4kS 1 con-cre- to ooiooHo&iaoiooioBOioaoaoioao WII I UAr DDITQCWTQ PHD THE WHOLE FAMILY. Mother, Father Sister and Brother, g All kinds of dolls, wagons, doll bug- gies, sleds, horns, humming tops, iron trains, horses, balls and books, !! I J J ana1 i win nave rruns, canaies ana anything you want to eat. JEWELRY. Watches, fobs, lockets and chains rings, pins, bracelets, jewel cases, silver spoons, 26 piece silver sets, toilet sets, manicure sets, shaving sets. We have a fine line of slik ties, hose, half hose, in all colors and 5 style, and silk mufflers to suit any- one. So you come bring the chil- 1 1 dren and Santa Claus will entertain " nog killing is the order of tho day in this vicinity, most everyone having killed in tho past fow days. Hence tho following lines: A Hog I If i them. Don't Fail To Meet Me At Sanders' Store. CRAB ORCHARD, KENTUCKY. 'A- - Killing Time. What's causing nil this uproarT These joyous Miouts wo heart It is hog killing Oh, time, The happiest of tho jear. those bickhoncs, fpnreribs, And sauase, good nud sweet; f; Liv' r, tenderloins, Souse, head 3 and pickled feet. uweet-brondt- i s W . COME. Ererjbndy is gladly smiling; Joyous happiness everywhere, A? W " v ' iL5T' N1U 3s.v t .'sar wr: t s - iSiCVi? r - t'iffia' jr IF", .. COME 41 For the Mnell of porkchops, Is ccrtninly jn the nir. Talk about your pumpkin pie. Crauberry sauco and turkey, too. There's nothing that will compere With pork chops and sweet bread stow. Let me overhaul your gasoline cngino nnd uvoid cold weuthcr D. Ballou. troubles this winter. Leave word nt the I. J. office. iaafCfflasiMSs "f JV vatMnmtn illiBBaB SftNTA CLftUS llBaBBBBiB -- B H!aBBBBBBaBBBBBO H S Nl "T W "wainii imnniiiNi'wiiiiwiri,Ttr;i'TTi in n. nn .....ii PWlF W'l" Wa fHE STANFORD INTERIOR JOUR HAL STANFORD, KENTUCKY PUBLIC SALE Having sold my farm, I will offer for sale on Cash for Accounts and Notes comes easily nnd direct when yon place them with us for collection. We mnko collections nnd look after claims nnywhoro in the United States nnd Cnnndn, and mnko no charge unless wo collect. Ilnnk reference, Correspondence invited. MAY'S COLLECTION AGENCY, ...qoosoq (T&wtFzr&r ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft &r&& o 1 rrmrw ll Somerset, Kentucky. 20 PER CENT OFF on all CLOTHING a Q NOTICE TO SHARE HOLDERS THURS., DEC. at 1-- 2 1 , Beginning 10 o'clock sharp at my home on the Ottenheim pike 7 miles from miles from Crab Orchard, adStanford and 3 joining W.T. Tucker farm, the following property 4 Tho regular meeting of, the iSnnlc bhnrc-holde- rs of Lincoln County Nntionnl of Stnnford, Ky., to elect directors for tho ensuing yar will be hold nt its banking office in Stanford, Ky., on tho wecond IVsdny in Jiumnry 1912 which 1s Janunry Oth 1012. W. M. Hright. Cashier. NOTICE TO SHAREHOLDERS. AWAY GO PIMPLES, BLACK HEAD, ECZEMA, DANDRUFF AND OTHER SKIN AF- 1 FECTIONS. When Zemo and Zcmo Soap are Used Tim lVnny Drug .Store say.8, " nro so ufiiifiilcnt tliat .h.MU ami ZILMO SOAP used together wW a Q , mare in foal by George Boone's coach horse, Micada. 1 gray mare in foal by J. W. Baughman's, jack. All three mares are gentle and good workers. for milk and f HpxA fStflp 3 fine Jersey cows, No. 1 coming fresh u licciu butter; 2 Jersey heifers in April and May, bred to full blood Jersey bull; 1 Shorthorn cow good in milk and butter, creamery test shown. HpH Hnrcpc ncdu nuiaca 1 dmft mare in foal by M. S. Baugh-- o man,g hof se George nUr. 1 coach The regular meeting of the shareholders of Tho First National Hantt of Stnnford, Ky., to elect directors (or tho ensuing year will he held nt ii hanking office in Stnnford, Ky.. on tho second Tuesday in Janunry 1912 which is .Tnnunry 9th 1012. II. C. Bntighmnn, Cashier. FLORIDA. CUBA and WESTERN NORTH CAROLINA. 3 good brood sows with pigs at side 3.UC&. About 5 tons of Clover hay In barn.Auout 3 tons of mixed Iwy I In Wanon. No. 20 Plow. FARM MACHINERY I I I Cutting Harrow. Cultivator. barn.About 2 tons of oats hay In And all kinds of farmlnq I Sprinq Wanon. I Bunny, and set of Harness 3 Sets of Wanon Harness. barn tools Household I I I Furniture I I cast steel Jewel rannc Fine Oak Bedroom set with sprinq mattress. Full Size Bedroom Suit wi'li sprinq mattress. Slnnle Bedroom Suit with sprinq mattress. Wardrobe, 2 Extension tables and Chairs. And lots of other qoods too numerous to mention. I Finn Economic Chief Cream Sep- pacity an hour. About 75 Barrels of choice pick corn About200 fine lavinq younq chickens. , ,. About 60 shock of good Fodder. arator with 350100 Pound Ca- FRED BRAUNSWEIG, Prop. Col. J. P. Chandler, Auct PUBLIC SALEI llamiig Ht public fMrm, 2 Terms Made Known on Day of Sale springer, 7 Jei-e- v heifer, 2 Jcrtj ld my farm I will at the old Wm tl IIi-iri- w?t of Crb lour mil , on: Wednesday. December 20, 1911 The followiug propeity S heutl of liorttf, 1 good won: mare in foal to Aorxe. 1 Btititl family maro not Afraid of untu or train, 1 lmre, horse, 1 two- - ear-ol- d mv fine couch stallion Mikatlo, 27 K. F. jie'nd of cattle. 10 j curling steers, On-hardld 'leiftirt, I uir xcii, weight S.OOO pounds, 1 binder, 1 cultivator. 1 reownr, 1 wko, 1 wheat drill, ferti e lier, 1 turuiittr plow, 1 new. 2 double shovels wagon good tm bucklxmrd, 'J .sets of bug 1 hiiKy, gy linrnwkH, 1 cooking stove, nnd other liotiehoId and kitchen furni-- , lure too numeioii to montion. Col. J. P. Chandler, Aiut., Terms made known tin day of fale. town, two-lior-1 rr FS3RS .r--i- TLiT7Vr nuntY .rMG IM V y ; '- Are nenr by and comfoitnbly reached when you consider that the Singular. daily Hnihvny operate Sothcni V noted yesterday the drowning through shaping cars from St Louis of a boy named Johnny Ward In Mill rnd Louisville to ICnoxville, Aslivillc rher. and stated his body bad not been found. That night a man who Jnr.kiwuVillcvf Tourist flick"rts and Ilomcscckors' Is familiar with tho circumstances of had a dream In which be the tickets jgf-- now on sale by all agents saw case boy, so he states, clinging to the of the Southern Hailway. a post under a building. Yesterday a Call onnny ngent for rates and careful search for the body was made, other information, or write for eopy and It was found under DafllelB' mill, on Mill street, tho arms of the lad of "Winter Homos in the South", firmly clasped about & piece of timber booklet, to "I.nnd of the Sky" used for a support to tho building J. C. Beam. Jr.. A. G. P. A, The finding of tho body In tho posiSt. Louis, .Mo tion ns acen In the dream is singular Hartford Courant. A Smith Premier, typeFor Sulc HENRY L. CASEY. D. V. S. writer. Has jut been rebuilt and is FALL AND WINTER STYLES. Veterinarian even bit ns eood ns new. Can bo My new fall and winter samples Animal Industry boimht nt n bargain. Anyone look uie now ready ror your inspection. Former Director Philippine Islands. on the market iug for a typewriter should come in They comprise the best Inarian United Stutes Army can suit nuono as to price who nnd and try this one. It can be bought his clothes innde U order. A suit (Jlfice LOGAN'S STABLE, I'honu 4IS2, jour measiiie ts preferable lor less than half what n now ma- made to made clothes To have them Agent American Hog molera Serum. lo reidy DANVILLE. KY. pood ns n new made to measure doesn't cost any ns chine costs, nnd one. Apply nt the Interior Journal more than ready made when quality " and fit Is considered. Com0in and 93tf onice. let me take your measure. H. C RUPLEY. Th Irt ttrl Tailor in position to tin nil Unda oC con ' oretlniVincn ua lllock Work. ? :?v l 12? kS 'Jtt from a chii umko nny .n.i iJ? V.i-- t honledowntonfeiic gunrnntes can n nr ioat. We nrt-clO POSTED too promptly nnd Onll nnd get nnr price, work nnd mnterlnl mnterlnl nt lenat. .;. .. ... . V; f .t Vt belore yoo buy your l l'he hunting soaMiti ts upon us and nearly overyono wants to poat his The charge ts -- 5 cents cash Stanford. Kentucky nincc with name.) Herman llir'uolz. Y. Hastv G. ('. T. AVillMin. C. M. Allen, tho skin or scab) of infant or poison of PIMPLES, IILACKHKU. INSECT IMNDKUIT, ECZEMA. KITES or nny form of itching, ir ritated, disfiguring skin or scalp troti bio, tluu wo do not hesitate to recom mend these clean refined remedies to ex cry person who desires quick, relief nnd n cine from any fonn of nirgnivnted skin or scalp affection. Oftentimes one bottlo nnd ono enke of sonp will cure n minor case of skin trouble. ZEMO nnd ZEMO SOAP produce sure nud swift results. You will not suffer another dny after you commence to use them. You will feci like u ncV person. ZEMO nnd ZEMO SOAP enn be olitaiucil irom one lenuing urugiriM in every city 'r town in America and in Stnnford by Penny's Drug store ft "'' ft crown o ft ft ft ft and OVERCOATS SAM ROBINSON Stanford, Ky o ft ft RAINCOATS M If you want a Coat for all kinds of weather buy one of our rain- - B " coats. CRAB ORCHARD, KENTUCKY. W. E. Perkins, f,,. ;;t1frr. sC Ex-Vete- r- CONCRETING . !- .- We Pay PLENTY OF LUMBER ON HAND Highest Market Prices For PHILLIPS BROS., nil purposes. So if ou want to build a bouse, a barn, a chicken coop, a dor hous.0 or a fence, come for i i George D. Boone, 1). No. 1, Stanford, Ky., ORDER sa FROM BY MAIL SAVE P; Levy's Special Suits for Men .rfWE PAY EXPRES" Jucob Gander Fred Yon Allmar. S. H. liauglimaii Muttie II. Hewes. V. P. Belden Trod Yon Gruenisan, See us before you pell, pet price J. M. Gooch Jt S3 E. MuVit St. 101MSIUE, It. John Ilero- -. in countrv or delivered. ueaicra in ruiw, mwt, ,uvk. 'in. nnd John Iluffmnn. J. H. Myers. William Cordier. I.. P. Minneiiey, . .1. W. Ilaushman. of .1. K. Goer, 'JO.OOO people read cacti Jhs. ". G. Jlclleo tho I il. Are von talking to thorn Uiv. I'ellie Spoonnmore. 1 lV , John M.. Carter. UQOl. jVlfir. Kojwr. throu&h nn ndt O. j J. II. tameiuscli. .mis. .uniuouim-PHONE 153. Sam Cnstello Jlrs. S. D. Hiatt, Cars-on- . K. V. II. C. Iiauuhmnu, Notice No one allowed to hunt Kov Dudderar. n my farm. 2JI-5- "J""'-r"'-... "mi m we m " , i i flllTH, miLlcn ' j Li i n.K fcr it t. lhn pgcnl or - i jui'inloii litnLinlin-Isvill- e. Rrftren Wrllfffrw L'v jmcc Int. M. SADt-- L &. SONS tll ':' Vinnr. ai ltuvbtmarVet . ... L. O. Gooeli. .1. H. ManniuK-Hcichenbac- liros. X. II. Primmer, TURKEYS H. B. Northcott. T "We have hero for the materials. till sprts and sizes in both rough nnd finished lumber and if wo can not .suit you in kind, quantity, quality and price, nobody can. . I J.A.ALLEN, I Stanford, Ky. i C. McClary J, A $k CLOTHES US AND MONEY. m Wc Handle None But the Best, shape which to .tyle nnd "" n".you can do Onr .tool., .r .o Urm that you havo every an ea.y MAIL, ju.t ..lecti iind we """.p. UYihltiuu that you can nt NOWHEUE ELSE, .uch a. : it iu the .tore. Levy's Special Boys' Suits with 2 pairs of Pants and nil tho Leading LinoH of at Cured in His Own Home Town llopkiiwville, Ky., J. Y. Jordan, n y well nown dentist hviuj on nvunie, near 7th Street, telK lie ay for bis fellow townsmen to be cuiett of kidney and bladder trou hlo (. he himself mis cured. "I had hidm-trouble in u very bad form nnd two doctors pel formed mi operation, but tho first rclio 1 had wus after taking; Foley Pills. They hao doiio mo more boo'I lmu m.vt!unR eKo I havo tried. I used to havo n terrible pnin ncross my back but 1 since taking Foley Kidney Pills gladly recomliavc rad no pain and mend them to nil whd havo kidney and Tanner. trouble." Shu-'iir- s Ken-lucki In His Own Fist Xearly every man carries iu his own fiht tho pow er to hew out his own financial destiny, but his success depends largely upon his ability to save nione-Th- &. BANK STATE TRUST COMPANY, offers him the opportunity to save hi ' FR0TECT YOUR HORSE Also yourself when driving; this cold weather. Wo nro headquarters for Horse blanket!, lap robes and enr- tinne heaters. And all horsemen's UNDERTAKER AND EMBALMER hupulies. STANFORD, - KV Stnnfnnl Kv Ottlca 'Phon 17. iiotn 'Fnon IS. ) C. McCLARY "WE USE" fm eal DANIEL BOONE AXLE GREASE Ru S And don't have to grease but once a week. numoy. Made in Louisville by CHAS. C. STOLLOILCO. rvivr.oo xiaisis jkip ircn ..'. A Members FURNISHINGS, HATS AND SHOES. Vo iaaue a Uriro Ulutrted cntalofr, which we Uattlil fVrfia. VArtaiAamt nil T.L.Beazley&ffo AND UNDERTAKFR8 DEAL-CALSO MATIN FURNITURE, TINGS. RUGS. THEY WILL FURNITURE EXCHANGE FOR ALL KINDS OF STOCK. OIVE THEM A CALL. PRICE MIGHT. Call and seo us an account with assure you Hint havo no U'urets. Yours to nnd open ns. Wo i you servo i y. fvfv',' MONUMENTS - vv - v- HHv-4H4aa- B SPMI1 SAMPI.ES FREE you want iu our line, ond you'll Bet n. prompt Mention tnin paper and write ua fully for nuythlnir .. . A.,,i ir.,tivthiinrvuu buvlnreli not exactly what you wunt it way bo - " - ; mqkkV will be immediately REFUNDED. .allxcw,ry and s t "" Retail Merchants Association. House Established The Bright Spot. 50 years Auo. The Lurfjc;,t In Its Unc Third and Market. Rsilioid Fares Fefuniied at Certain Times. State Broil Trust (o. s. i LEYYS LOUISVILLE, KY. DEPARTED ONES IS PLAIN. OUR DUTY TO OUR WE SHOULD ERECT AN APPROPRIATE MEMORIAL OVER THEIR FINAL RESTING PLACE. UNLESS YOU A MONUMENT IS NOT EXPENSIVE CARE TO HAVE IT SO. CONSIDERING AND OUR WORK IS UNSURPASSED WE HAVE A LARGE QUALITY, IS VERY CHEAP. STOCK TO SELECT FROM. AND SHADE TREES. Asp.iniKUS, Illinbmb, Peont-,Shrubs, Hoses, Phlox, cto. i:erthuii. "FRUIT puden. N 'or orchard, hrvn and may Interest Our prices ArciiIb. Free (Valmrue. ou H. F. Hlllenmever & stisress, Dira, f Wm, Adams & Son. 142 N. Broadway, Sens. LexttK(oi K. ,Wttfiw''r,&JH'',r4 Lexington, Ky. ' to 9 THE FARMERS 1 2 miles from Crab Orchard, Ky., Kniil ncUzl, Crab Orchnrd, Ky. 1-- 4 fHE STANFORD INTERIOR JOUB NAL STANFORD, KENTUCKY ed to his farm ho recently purchased or E. Q. Gilliland. AT 16V, CENTS. I" Miss Maude Singleton, has return Ourlcy Society Sells All of Its ToWe have a bujcr for a farm ot bacco to Tiic Trust. Italian! & Thompson sold last ed from Stanford whero she has about 100 acres well improved and' Uionden-bnn- been with her sister Mrs. flattie week (1 stock owes to Mr. on pike. 1 you h.ivo nnytliiiiK near Lexington, Ky., Dec. 11. Tho of Madison, nt $4.23 a head. Gooch. with us. Hushes & this, list it 02l Bom, to tho wife of our German Hurley Tobacco Society has sold its Stanford. They Jilxo sold fle yearling entile friend John Ollish, n, bouncing boy entire holdings of the 1909 pool to For Salt A few iiicc meat hogs; at 4 cents. also to Mr. nnd Mrs. Hugh Jacobs tho American Tobacco Company. Do weight 200 to 300 pounds. W. II. S. X. Gill old 30 barrels of corn 93-- 2 Mr. W. I). Dye is on the sick list. I ween Murphy, IMiouc 09- -3 rings. 7,000,000 nnd 8,000,000 lo Sweeney Morgan at $3 deliverOlhcr Ilouton is with homefolks pound chanced bands nt 10 Jocph Duller and son Golan, of ed. Ilcv. J. A. Singleton nnd wife This marks tho end of the old Adair count ty, sot tlirco and one- d John Williams sold 13 spent Sunday with Prof. K. G. Gil- pool holdings, all. having been disacros in tobnero on tho 13th day of boas lo Henry Drown nt fi cents. liland. George Coffey is n sufferer posed of before except this last laA May. On tho 11th of October J. 1. Dnllnnl bought 23 barrels from rheumatism. Mioses Ida Smith seven or fixht million pounds, so it was shipped and sold, tho crop ol corn each of J. L. Ilutchins nnd and Kva Leach ,of Kjng's Mountain that now the teu year pooling ngrce-inebrjngiut! $iWl..j. This is tho quickW. T. fiiehardson nt $2.50 in tho visited Miss Grace Wall Sunday. is started off witn u clean est handling of n crop of which field. Mr. J. M. Deweose's sale was well slate. tLero is any record. A bunch of cnlvcs at Ous GciszPs attended everything brought n very Sampling hrw already begun nt For .Sale. 50 acres of timber sale last week were greatly indo-mau- good price. Mr. Dcweeso nnd famisonio of the Hurley Society's wareload on Olliiihciin pike Frank Coleclianginj; hands five times ly will leavo this week for his forhouses preparatory to shipment of man, Itotite, 1 Staliford, inside of an hour. Tho bunch 17 mer home in Ohio. Iho tobacco, Ihc grades from which For Sale. 800 bnslids of shell- in number, were knocked off to Mr. J. A.' Johnson one of our most 7,000,000 or 8.000,000 pounds uro ed oats, 20(1 bushels. orchard prass Italian! & Thompson at $7.20 each, received the to bo selected beins A. II. C. and D. enterprising farmers socd, 500 bales timothy hay, 5 fajiey who immediately sold them to T. J. prize of $5 offered by the Wnyncs-bn- Theodore II. Kirk, a Cincinnati toPolled Durham woanlinjr bull calves Stigall at a profit of $10 on the lot. Deposit Dank for five cars of bacco broker, has acted ns agent for A No. 1. Duroc Jersey boar. A. V. Ilo in turn them to D. D. Iloltz-cla- the most perfect corn. the American Tobacco Company and 9S-t- f. Carpenter. Morelnnd, Ky. who soon swapped them to other interests, nnd it was through There were 507,921 sheep and another party. him that the deal was finally closed. lurabs shipped out of the Stiito of The Durlcv Tobacco Society was Kentucky from May 1st to October PLEASANT POINT organized fixe years ago. and has 3i, 1911, which includes the bulk pooled tobacco 'four times. In the Mr. Wesley Dnstiu and MUs Jitilli of the lamb crop for tho year clmrse of its fisht for higher prices to Dr. A. J. Payne, of the Alford daughter of Mr. nnd Mrs. , that teris making our storo his headquar- the night riding outra-reIivo Slock Sanitary Hoard who W. C. Alford of this plnce were rified many counties in Southerp diliquietly married ill Stanford Dec. ters this year, for'tho incest Canhut. worked m intelligently and Ohio nnd Indiana took "place. gently in the eindicijtioii of scabies 0 by Judge J. P. Iluiley, in his most dies, Fruits, Nuts' etc., ever seen in .The price t tobacco ri-- from 1 durin-- ; ihc past year. (impressive way after visiting his in Kentucky lo 5 cents a pound to ns'fch ns 23 most j parents of Cuey a few days they Stanford. Dr. Payne reports that the cent", and inniiy tobacco growers tho will go to Middletown Ohio lo reside serious question oonfronliiip: All fresh .stock and at juices evhave become iMinparatively wealthy. sheep crowers of Kentucky at this us Mr. Dnstiu has a lucrative posi- - ' A pooling arrangement to Inst ten foot rot tion there. He is to bo congratuerybody can afford to pay. ' time is the years is now being made. menace. An inspection of 47 flocks j lated on winning such n handsome G. L. Gover The American Tobacco Company shown that 3,217 head arc badly in- good girl for a wife. All regret lo , flicted in 19 counties. .litis ordered all buyers to see her leave as she was loved by Restaurateur For rent for 1912 lS3Wrc farm all who knew her they have the best operations in Kentucky mnrkets af' Ky. bouse, p'enly barn room, wishes of her many friend". ter December 20 until reappointed Stanford, nnd stool; water, about 50 acres for to work for subsidiary companies. Mir. nnd Mrs. W. G. Douton nnd When words fail send your girl a two thirds of little (laughter Nellie spent Sunday i orn, 20 in wheat, This is done because of the ruling which will go to renter, 10 acres with Mr. J. A. Johnson and family box of "Dolly Varden'' candy, She'll of the Supremo Court in the trust in grass to cut 50 acres in pasture. action. Rav Johnson, of Pulaski has mov- - like it. 0S-l- tp. -Mc-Cor- tj, c. 150-pounnt d, l)3-8t- p. nj W. H. Tray lor's Sale As executor of W. H. Traylor, I will on FRIDAY, Christmas Goodies SANTA CLAUS su-pe- Beginning ab 8 a. m. at his late residence on the t Goshen turnpike, near Stanford, offer for sale all of his property, real and personal, consisting of household and'kitchen furniture, player piano, 2 desks, be9S, carriage, buggy, lot of hogs, 23 mules, 7 mule colts, 9 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, giaphohone in shorteverything 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 by stpam, 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 Jphn Traylor Distillery at Gilberts Creek. This arrangement as to land is subject to change. Terms announced on day of sale. two-year-ol- DECEMBER, 15, 1191 d -- r, d J. B. Col. J. P. Chandler, Auct. Paxton, Exor. LADIES' SUITS. Dresses, Cloaks, Skirts and Shirtwaists ALL IN ONE GREAT SALE We are going to make a great effort to clean up our stock of Ladies Garments by Christmas, and to do this we will make exceedingly low prices on every garment in our stock. This sale coming just before Christmas will give you an excellent opportunity to make gifts of these garments. Consider These in making up your 'Christmas list. f $5.00 TAILORED SUITS. $5.00 i $3.75 PETTICOATS. SKIRTS. $3.75 i i At this low price we offer a sm all lot of excellent tailored suits carried from last year.. The coats are merely a little longer and skirts a little fuller, otherwise like the newest ones. The prices of these garments averaged $15. Materials ar e all wool serges, cloths and cheviots all well made and lined. We will offer choice of many excellent new style skirts ?.t $3.75. These are all strictly new and desirable in every way. .to clean up and so offer $6 and 7 skirts at $3.75. We merely want FINE DRESSES. Wo have a number of handsom e velvet, crepe meteor and We will offer our entire stock of silk and messatlne petticoats in this sale all at reduced prices.. trimmed with $3.95 for our finest Messaline Skirts, handsomely silk fringe; were $6. $125 choice of all sateen and heatherbloom petticoats which we have been selling at $2. $10. TAILORED SUITSS of a lot of entirely $10. serge new suits many The materials are serges, cloths, cheviots, Scotch mixtures, diagonals. These are all lined with guaranteed satin. Finely tailored, with hand turned edges, and many with haircloth busts. Plenty of navy Wires, also blacks, browns, greys wines, etc. of. them received within the last week. All sizes from smallest At this price we offer choice dresses left over whlcn we will make very low prices for THIS SALE These vary so greatly In price that we could not make into lots, but you can be assured hat they will be cheap. $3.95 WAISTS. $3.95 EVENING WRAPS. will We offer cliolce of our entire line of plain and fancy chiffon and messaline shirt waists, which have been selling at $6, and $0.50 for $3.95 and all other waists In proportion. ' desirable evening wraps left In stock, and make prices to close out quickly. These as Christmas presents We have Just ten very FINE FURS. We have a number of muffs and sets of genuine American Mink, Black Lynx, Black Fox and Wolf, which we will offer at decided reductions from our already low prices. would be greatly appreciated. to extra large sizes. WAIT COME NOW. There never were such suits offered at $10.00 CLOAKS. Every cloak in our stock will be offered at temptingly low prices. Most of our stock has recently been received, and are strictly In style. DO NOT At $6.50 we offer a set of cholci: lilack Imitation lynx consisting of largest size pillow muff and larg e shawl collar. These we bought last summer very cheap. They are worth $10. $5.00 DRESSES. $5.00 OLD CLOAKS $2.50. year, which we offer at charity gifts. We have a small lot of long cloaks and jackets carried from last $2.50 for choice These will make excellent CHILDREN'S DRESSES. We will Include in this sale all of our big stock of children's dresses, both the washable kind and those made of all wool serges. Tho prices will be so low that 1 will pay you to buy for your fu1 30 new dresses made In various Choice of a small line about styles In serge and satin. Come quickly if you want to secure one of these. ture wants. Danville.