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LINCOLN HUSTONVILLE The Indies of tho voluntary Sunday school class will givo n candy nvening of pulling on Thursday (MiristmiiH week, l'roceeds go to n good cntise, tlm place to lie mentioned later. The (.'. V. II. M. held their open session Sunday Morning Tho ft largo crowd was present. fVeo will offering was $'28. W. 1). Uocker returned to Suinhiy. R.Viitu ciiiiio up Suturdny to e bo with tho homefolks .Mrs Hovrrly Hnndidgo imis hero Saturday shoipiug, E. McConnnck is in Cincinnati an-nu- ul rg J-- rOUNTY. KENTUCKY, FRIDAY, DEf KMRLR LINCOLN 13, 1011, BUYS MIDDLEBURG W. Winfrey has moved the o' exchnngo to tho small store room in front of tho W. T. Miller blacksmith shop and operator F. L. tele-phon- EVERY TUESDAY AND FRIDAY IN AS GOVERNOR f I KINCAID MIGHTY BUSY HORSE SELts HIGH H. C. ANDERSON "KING" OF OPERATORS GOES UP FOR 60 DAYS KENTUCKY'S BUYING TOBACCO Rain Pours Down But Big Crowd Assembles At Capitol To Sec Magnificent Event Has No Connection With American Tobacco Company And Is Paying Well For Good Color tho locnl tobacco buyer for tho Louisvillo warehouse, has been working night nnd day recently covering three, central Bin-tio- ' ' R t Finnkfort, Ky Dec. 1.1. When Mirrouudcd by thousands uC his ad miring fellow citizen, with uplifted hand, ho swore to defend tnu of Ins native; state ntul took the oath of ofllrc ns gnxorrtfir for tnc Kccoud lime, niter nn inltrvcn-tio- n nC'Ifi years, Jmnes U. Me''ronry of Madison county, gn'iicil a distinction tint t ib .probably rritlutit n jnrjlel in Urns history of American thin week. commonwealths. Aside from tris ,it Tho I'rcsbytcriau ladies will hold va luit fitting that his iiidi.uiion in- their annual bazaar Saturday, to adieu should signalize tho return in from 10 a. m., until 10:30 ' l'cmocrucy to power in the stntc p. in. Meals hervcil at nil hours. rfler four onr of Kpith!n,nMl,,a- - All are cordially invited to attend II ltlO'1. both morning nnd evening. Mu-i- c Some there were in the vnt Co i mi and meel will bo plentiful. gathered '" I'"" massive your friends. nml ornate stale capitol who had Mr. and Mrs. Millard Herring moii him ns the jouiip limn who desire to express their thanks for had defeated .loin Marshall Ilnr-li- the many kiiulnos-e- s them in lH7.r,, become tlie ehief magis- nincc the loss of their home . trate of Kentucky ami after n Mr. Will .McKiuuey is hiiildiug u e years, lapse of nearly hisiutiful little cottago on l)out;1ns 1'iiin, ns the slnndnrd hearer of a wniic. Detnoerney liy practicall the smite Tlie ( W. H. M. met on Thur-iln- y majority, triumph over hin political ut tho residence of .Mrs. Crit Kifl foe mid become the governor of lui Among tho) taking part in tlicpro-gnu- n Mute iiniu. were; Mi-- h Sadie lliiughman t the inclement weather Leader, Moedames J. K. Haiighmaii Owiti ,d tlm delay of tho life ilclogutions ami Walter Willix, Mloils. from Louisville, the parade feature Mrs. Waller Vanarsdalo ban rewas not curried out nn elaborately turned to her homo near Harrods-btiroh originally pjannod. Despite all U'ln h, postponements mid the ruin, Mi-- s Ada Alcorn is homo from n (he entil" city nppenred in the best vitit to Mrs. Hill Spalding of Louof humor and nowhere was there isville. grumbling or bickerings. Altfiir Wcddel ciime down from 1'rinint and rejoicing with him in Lexington to be with the,homefolUh th'i hour of hi groat triumph were for u few days. the (Ion. Simon Rolivu.- lluckner, Cnrlttni Klkin of Lancaster was ho-- e "Snge of (llyeii Lily," here for a tew hours .Monday. was like an appearance Mis-o- s l',1i.r. It. Route nml Mnr-grecho from the past, nml J. C W. McCormuck spoilt a few hours Iteekham, who gave way to Augusin Moicland Tuesday. tus K. Wlhon, wlio joined the lit Ncwheni is with Mis IVe-cil- la tif ex governors. Former tlnvcriny Mrs. T. W. I'ciiningtoii 'this week. reV. (). Itradlcy was muted but Miss I'lorence Epperson of .Mmained at Washington. cKiuuey was here Thiirdiiy shoprmuu' a sou of uptunied faces ping. that tilled the spacious nave of tint .Indue Wells of Casey was hero new capitol, McCrcary took tlin oath Wednesday. of olllco ax governor and Edward .1. Mrs. Williams nnd Childers drove Mepennott was wom in us over to )auil!c AVedncsday. fiovernor. The oaths wen; The many friuiid of Mi. II. R. jiilnuiuntere.1 by Chief Juttee Hoh-so- n Caiiinilz were hid to hear of hor of the Court of Appeals. Aft- great improvement in Inst few days er the ntedictory of flnv. Willsoit, It was feared tdm had contracted (lov. MeCrenry delivered his inau pneumonia hut it proved to bo a uml address. suveio cold. rromptly at the. hour arranged, Mis,i Ethel and Nell Ellis of the governor's l"rty entered the Morehnid were here Tuesday shopapitol with drippim: umbrellas and ping. were escorted to the occuml lloor was Judge I'aryear, of Danville, where npacert had been partitioned heie on business Friday. off for the cuchts and oflieinls. Mrs. Daniel Traylor and Miss of Fraukfort, Trnylor of Stanford were guests of Mayor I(olsi;rove, tho master of ceicmonics, introduo--.- l Mrs. W. D. Dunn last week. of tho Firt Kov. J. K. Zeij-liT- , Dr. Casey of Danvillo was hero I'resbyterian church, who delivered ThutMlny. jiii impressive invocation from tho Miss Rose Yowell is home from balcony tiverlookins the Lincoln pleasant visit to triends at jhtatue on tho firt lloor. Tin mayor then presented (lov. WillMiu, who Klaiu Dry was the guost of Mr. delivered hit vnledictory. After ho mid Mrs. Dinwiddle lust week. Imtl ooneliided, with an eloquent Mrs. .Matt Sandiilge of Morelnnd tin nml impressive iustroduetion. was here Satiinlny. popular and L'itcd M.ior thenpre-heate- d Miss Nancy Wure of McKinney tho new coernor t the peo-4was her" Saturday chopping. tiov. MiCrcan delivered Ken l'ieitt of Morelnnd drove which wa- - hliort over for n few hours Saturday. nddrt-- s, lint to the point and anvi hearty the to mid conebij.ne Our Faelln'a. jieoplc of Kentucky that ho will Bayi a fashion writer tn an artiadministra- cle on fancy blouses; "For there are rwry power of his tion to the canyim: out of tho always days, oven tn n summer, wlien wlille blouse ne does not feel like pledues made to them by tho parly More likely a cray rooso. iU (ampu'u'u. M ilm. AleCrcnry held a public rer COFFEY &"c0LEMArTsELL OUT eeptiun in tho htate reception room t th capitol imihediately followTheir many friends will regret In ing the iimusurnl ceremonies. learn that the local grocery llriu of Tho now Mule oillcials received Coffoy & Coleman composed of R. In tJio parlors of tho Cnpitol Hotel II. Coffey nnd Earl Coleman, have nft-t- r ithil niht from !) to 10 oelo'ek sold, out their slock of gooiU to tho vlil'.l' Oov- - Mfrcnry opened tho Colemnn Mining Company at l'ino-n-uiauifu'riil ball with Mrs. Thomas J. will go out of business hero. Smith, of Richmond. Until are among tho most popular young men of Slunford nnd their "l,ko u cn' many friends will hope that l this Tho I. J. i Stau-fort- L oral deaniiiK p of its list tho first doc not mean they will leave of January. Wo simply cannot to send, the paper to Ihoso who 0. P. Merrick purchased Saturwill not pay for it nnd pny day from deorgo R. Spilmnn 100 ucres of tho Fisher plnce, in Pooylo months ugo. Ho gets tho Jiousc. With The Coming ol Middle Age Mr. Spilmau sold 100 ncrcs of tho Thcro is n letting doing in tho pliy to Col. C. R. Anderson, (deal forces often shown in annoy- samo farm tho o ing nnd .painful kidrioy nnd bladder Thnt portion' of tho farm urinnry irregularities IVir,villc piko goes to Col. Andcr-so- u, nilincnU mid Foley Kidney Pills nre a splendid rp. whilo that on tho llluo Qmss gulating and strengthening medicino pike goes to Mr. Merrick. The prieo at suoh n timo. Trjr thorn Shugara paid was $150 per acre. n twii-soorg. 1jo-lennnt -ux-4,'- it W. 1. Kincaid, his people, Stanford, Faint Lick nnd .Morelnnd, tho latter bnving recently been milled to his territory. Ho hns been --going" over tho country constnntly looking at various crops and has been paying good prices for tho right colored weid. lln has orders, from his house to kctp on buying constnntly in loii ns he enn find tobacco in tlie right sort of thape. The fact that the American Tobacco Company's buyers will o out or. tho market on the, 20th, on actutlored count of u reorganization by the courts, will have no effect iipun him, suys Mr. Kiiicuiil. I He Imp not represented the American Tobacco Company for over 0 years. Some'of tho crops Mr. Kincnid Hvurcd within tho past week and tin prices paid for samo wcro ii" follows: From C. II. Woods nnd Kelly, of '; 11 Doyle. 7,000 pounds at from J. A. Robinson nml Merriman of Hoyle, 111,000 pounds at Vli : I nun ,1, A. RohiiiMiu 0,000 poi.nils nt 10c; lrom C. II. Woods & .s hi, of Doyle, .1,000 pounds ut Vic, from J:ick Itoiizlcy. of Lincoln, ''.IMK (lew from L. I'. Nuui'el-lupounds n and Long, ol Lincoln. H.iliN pomiils ut 10c; from R. L. A"inM l-1 y for Tio hmulsoino buy gelding by Smith Ihiiighinim's great horse, Ocorgo llur, which Joo Chancellor iibout n year agi sold to S. T. Harbison, of Lexington, for $350, has just brought $1,400 under tho hummer in tho enst. Tho llrecdcrs, said of sales: "Tho toppriceof thu salo wan jinid by I). R. llannn, of Cleveland, who purchased tho magnificent chestnut gelding, Silent Knight for $1,400. This hor-- c stands nearly 1G hands nnd is oti; oi the most perfect types of :i heavy weight currior ever seen in this city, nnd it is mora than probable Unit ho will appear in the show-rinnext season where he should win muuy high honors." fln-ret- to MRS. COOK'S RESIDENCE. J. DAVIS' STORE. Oscar Manuel nnd Dock Dowen in Illinois for tho last six or eight months, surprised their parents by coming in nml taking dinner with them on Thanksgivwlio have been ing. Moving seems to ho all tho go in this section. Andy Adams has inov cd to tho farm ho "bought from Joo Lawaon, whilo Mr. Lawsou moved to tho plneo he bought from Mrs. Colemnn. Floyd Morgan moved back to his form vacated7 by Robert Pot my nnd Pctrcy moved to Frank Holcmau's house. Several others arc niiticipatiug moving in tho near future. J. A. Tucker hns moved to his huudsomc now rcnidcucc that he has elected on tho farm that he bought from his father .Air. W. T. Tucker. Col. J. P. Chandler bought two hens that weighed 4 'J pounds n piece and snitl he wits going to kill and cat them on Tlinnlcsgiving, and ns the Col. is a lAichchir nnd docs his own cooking mid eating, wo are lnaiie to wonder how ninny hens ho could hnvo cnten, if ho could liuvo had a handsome helpmate to have prepared them or him. .Mrs. White, tho mother of Edd White.'tlecenseil has gone to live with W. T. Whilo nt Otteiiheini and in all probabilities will make that her future home. Miss Clodie Kith!, who has been left in a crippled condition' cnused by typhoid fever is gradually getting better. It seems by tho number of porkers thnt Imvo been butchered in this section this fall there won't be much meat sold by. merchants next suml-- nml Mire, of Gari.ud, 5,(100 poui.iK tit 0c; fiom It. L. Aimild mid I' 'arson (I.oil'l pmiuils at 'ic; froii .1 T. Tiiks mid Siott I OIK) pom.ilx at 1'J- -; from .1. T. iliiks ami I irccl'i (1,01111 St.inc 1 pounds ut l.'i . from .'. S, '.1,1100 pounK at I'-Hull, .1. L'icks .',000 pi.uiiiU at le. V; PROMINENT PHYSICIANS FAIL i i IN KIDNEY TROUBLE WOMAN'S GOOD A anuir.F I icirnrtl as mid Dr. Kilmers Swamp Root tlm best medicine or kidney mid 1 pK nf-fo- rd and TMr. S "BEST 0N,EARTH." This is the verdict of R. J. Howell, Tracy, 0., who bought Foley's HonLetter to ey and Tnr Compound, for his wife. Dr. Kilmer & Co., "Her case was the worst I have Binghampton, N. Y. over scon nnd looked like n suro case Her lungs wero of consumption Will Do soro ond falio coughed almost incesProve What Swamp-Rosantly and her voico was liourso and For You. weak. Foley's Honey mid Tar Com Send to Dr. Kilmer S: On., lling pound brought relief at ouco nnd Immpton, X. Y., for a sample bottle less than troo bottles cfefcted n It will cmivineo anyone. You will complete cure." Shugars nnd Tun-ne- r. also lociive. n booklet of vnlunbtp information, felling all about tho An o.xnminatinn for appointment When writing to tho Slate mid bluddv kitlnc Normal School nt will bo held in my he sure mid inntion tho Stanford Richmond, K y Interior Journal. 'Regu-la- r nluVo Dec '19th, 1011. 0. Single.10 tent nnd oiw dollar sio hot 09tf ton, Supt. ties or salo at nil dru tlm-aJust before ho went out of Ofllcc flow WiHsou appointed Robert II, V'inn, of Mt. Sterling, n leading law-- , FOLEY KIDNEY PILLS. . , Tonic in uctiou. quick jor nnd chairman of tho republican stale committee, ns Judge of tho Will euro uii nso of kiibt v or bladdisorder not beyond tho reach of Court of Appeals to fill the vacnney der medicine. No ncod to say more. caused by Judge O'Rear's Sbngars and Tanner. ot Scmi-Yeikl. rr-ults- have ever lnksn it to all that nre ufl'Iicted with bladder or kidney tumble. For eleven months I wns afflicted with kidney and bladder trouble in violent form. The symptoms in my cn-were fearful. During nil this time I was being treated by the best and foremost doctors of the country, all of them fulling to ufford me the slightest and 1 continued to grow worso nil thu timo mid while I had utmost confidence in their treatment it seem cd that thu time had come in my case when V must try other remedies, couscipteiilly 1 resorted to the Use of Swamp Root nnd before 1 had taken three small bottles, every pain nml symptom had completely disappeared. For any form of kidney trouble, Dr. Kilmer's-- Sttiimp-roo- t is the medi'-into use. I liuvo never known it to fail in a siplc case Very Trulv Yours L. M. HUNTER, R. F. 1).. No. 1 Morton, Miss., Stnto of Mississippi, Scott County, ss. Personally nppenred before me the uiulersiuncil member of Hoard said County nnd slate tho wliin of Hoard of Supervisors in nnd for named L. Mi Hunter, who after being duly sworn states, that tho foregoing testimonials is composed tit his own wonjs, written, with hin own hum! and tho samo is absolutely two nnd genuine. J. fi. RISIIER M. H. R.. liliidd'T trouhlos 1 will iilunv- - lci'ommeiid e le-li- cf mer. Handsome Home Changes Hands And Present Owner May Go South To Reside. Jones hns quite a cozy office. Tnpscolt nnd Fredrick contractors arc just commplcting a neat A deal was consummated this dvtcHing of the bungiilow style, for vrcck by which II. C. Anderson purIt will chases- tho handsome rcsidenco o C. C. Rogers nt Yoscmitc. Mrs. Lelia 'Cook of East Main bo the prettiest house in that town completed. btrcet. Whilo tho prico was not wiien Contracts for carrying the mails mndo public it is understood thnt it over the different routes in this was close to $0,000, as this is one of county will bo let in n few weeks, tiic most dcsirablo homes in tho city and bidding is quite lively just now. being modernly built with The route from Dunnvillc to McKin-no- y conveniences, ;nnd nttracivo is n hard one, especially in winpremises. Thcro nro almost two ter hut there nre several hnnkering acres of ground in tho property. after it, and nro snid to bo bidding Her mnny friends will regret to low in order to land tho job. know thnt .Mrs. Cook contemplates Mr. and Mrs. McD. Foglo visited going south to mnko her home, so relatives ut Hogle this county Satas to. ho with her daughter, Mrs. urday. Miss Oda Hansford of Boylo John If. Shanks. spent several days of last week with Mr. Anderson ohtnins possession her grandfather .Mr. William Dans-forof his new home tho first of the .Mrs. W. T. Miller remains new year. quite ill, with but little or no change for the better. Report of Condition of At a business meeting of the BapTHE STATE BANK & TRUST CO., tist church here Saturday Rev. C. T. of Stanford, Kentucky, Clnunch was called to the pastorate for another year. The church has doing biiiness nt Stanford, Lincoln prospered under the earnest efforts county, Kentucky, nt tho close of of Dro. Clnunch and the members business on the oth day of Decemfelt they could not afford to give ber, J Oil. him up. Resources Mrs. H. C. McWhortcr had her & discounts $0S,812.10 Loans 40,'J04.'J3 arm broken while papering n room Due from banks Actual cnMi on hand... 0,7S4.17 at her home hero Saturday morning Sho was standing on a box which Secured ifVJll.o0 ' 4,S11..')0 turned throwing her toflic floor ns Uneoiired 2,tn0. nbovo stated. Dr. C. B. Creech Current expenses mid taxes tho broken member nnd sho 1,893.1!4 paid & fix nl 4,000.00 is getting along nicely. estate, fur A strnnge dog showing signs of ' . $129,307.33 Total hydrophobia was at Yosemite Saturday and bit sevcrnt dogs before Liabilities he wns made to bite tho dust. Bunt Capital stock paid in in Davenport got in his work on him cash f 30,000.00 Surplus & und'tled profits 4,008.'JO nnd put nn end to his wild career. .f73,40t).13 If the next legislature would do Total deposits n little legislating on tho question .n29,.VJ7.3:i of soft drink stands, the good peoTotal .'. 1, M. It. Salin, Cashier of tho ple of fhe land would rie up and above mimed hank, do soU'innly the above statement U call the members thereof blessed. swear that true to the best of my knowledge These stands ns far ns wo have been aide to observe arc a riiensmice when ami lx'liei. M. It. Salin, Cashier. Subscribed and htvorii to before ever they nro run. In fact they, ns :u. by M. 11, Salin. this 14th day of a rule nro little less than open say December, 1011. W. A. Carson, loons, and bring about fully ns much Public. trouble. It' is hoped that tho legisCorrect Attest : W. L. MeCarty, lators will tnko tho matter up nnd L. R. Hughes G. L. Penny, Directors placo tho licenso so high that every little hnplet in tho land can not OF PUBLIC SALE PROPERTY nffortl to have these pests. SUBURBAN d. Ovt-drnfted R-No-tnr! Judge Mencfec Slaps Stiff Fine To Charley Baughman Who Wants To Join the Exile Colony Charley Imughmnii, a well known negro, whom Judgo Mcncfeo clinmctcrizcs ns tho King of tho Blind Tiger Operators of Stanford, is now- - behind the bnrs of the jail to serve out a CO day sentence for selling a pint of booze. Ho wns assessed that sum in tho Policff Court this week, when a mnn named Lusk testified thnt ho had bought tho whisky from Baughman. Judgo Mcnefce, who is determined, that this practice shall be brought to n close in Stanford if a severe enough punishment enn bo found for the offenders, refused to permit tho negro to leave town mid thus tho imprisonment, although mnny good citizens, who nro sincerely npproving the fidelity of Juilii! M'"iefeo to his duty in theo enses, would have been glntl if ho had done so in this case. These are several well known characters of Stanford who nro in exile elsewhere just now with warrants hanging over their heads nnd long jail torms staring them in tho fnces if thoy return, nml Bnughinnn wns undoubtedly nnxious to join some of his friends nnd keep from having to spend tho busy Christmas season behind tho bars. Mnny wero thnt this enterprising surprised young man was not able to pay himself out of this scrape for ha. fs undeniably tho best dressed negro in Stanford and most of tho time wears much better clothes than tho average white man can afford. He has hitherto generally rcnchcil in his flank nnd come out with n comfortable roll of bills and settled such nnnoying things r.s police court fiiles on the numerous occasions ho hns run afoul of, Judgo locnl cs-ca- - 1 Mencfec. Good a central library, consisting at the' outsot of 10.000 volumes. Is to be created, awl any Inhabitant of nny part of Belgium who owns a poBtofllce havings bank book will bo entitled o borrow from tt and receive by mail any book for a At Urussels Idea In Belgium. tort-oieh- t. MAYW00D Mrs. W. P. Stevenson wns called to Campliellsvillo Thursday on account of tho serious illness of her daughter Mrs. Will Ilobson. Marion Fields nnd sister. Miss Pearl, spent Thanksgiving in llurn-sid- e, ns the guests of Miss Ida Kel-boy. W. T. Stephens!! enmc in Saturday to spend n'few days with tlie ' lininefnll.it. MUs Orneo Roberts hns returned visit to friends from mi nml relatives in Somerset. George Ilnil shipped n enr load of fine corn last week. Lloyd Mnson, of Paris, spent Snliirday nnd Sunday with friends reie. Hy nujhority of Judge L. L. Walker executor of tho will of T. H. Wulker, deceased wo will sell to tho highest bidder at tho conrt house on Monday, December 25th, 1911, at 10 o'clock A. M., 203 ncres of laud, with i largo barn, belonging to the snid decedent's estnte, ndjoin-in- g tho city of Lancaster, Kentucky, and being n highly fertile nnd desir-nlil- o tract of land fronting on Richmond street, near a concrete wulk, with beautiful building sites, near one of the best graded schools in the stnte. We will first offer about 133 acres fronting on Richmond street; then iibout 33 ncres on tho enst of the farm; then npproximately 70 ncres with building site nceessiblo to n road loading from tho Richmond pike. If desired, the front on snid street will bo divided liv n lino running nearly north, dividing tho land into two parts of about 80 nnd 123 ncres, which will nlso ho offered separately. After offering tho tracts mentioned, the entire boundary of 205 ncrcs will bo offered ns n whole, nnd tlm hid or bids realizing tho most money, will ho nccepted. Wo nnd givo will show tho property any information desired. Terms Tho snlo will bo mndo for d pnyablo January 1, 1012, when deed will be made nnd possession given. Tho remainder pny-nbl- o in ond' and two year with six per cent interest, n lien being retained on the Inn for payment. Hughes & Swlnrbroad, 092t LnncnRttr, Dec. 13, 1011. one-thir- Beneath the Table. "Didn't you notice that' I pressed your foot at the dinner toWaa Misunderstood. " night?" Maate "Why, It wasn't my A. Russian, who, althMigh bo has foot 'you pressed! Ob, George, I wondered why mamma was smiling so been seme time In Paris,1 knows little swoetly at the minister!" Michigan or nothing of the French languige, has just been sentrnced to a lonth's Gargoyle. Imprisonment for having assaulted a polceman. He had also been accused of having Insulted the agent of AN ALARM AT NIGHT That strikes terror to tho entire the law, but he was acquitted on that household is tho loud, hoarsu und count after an explanation from his counsel that the word which tho pometallic cough of croup. Ho mis- liceman regarded an objectionable was tho also a Russian word, and perfectly taking it, mid fortuuuto then the Jucky parents who keep Foley's Innocent llont-nnd Tnr Compound on bond. II. W. Casclman, Canton, N. Y., The Lincoln County Mcdicnl SoGeorge y Crescent route. Excursion tickets will ho sold December 13, 10, 17, 20, 21, 22, 23, 24, 23, 30 and 31, 1911 mid January 1st, 1912. Final limit to return, January 8, 1912. Ask your. ticket ngent for particulars. W. A. Becklor, G. P. A., Cin09--cinnati, O. Services nt tho Presbyterian church Sunday. Morning subject: ' "The Fullness of Time," td i HOLIDAY FARES Low round trip rates via Queen Ovring to the heavy rain, Fred Hraunsweig postponed his snlo until next Tuesday, Dec. 19, when it will bo held, rain or shine, beginnnlng promptly at 9 o'clock. ciety met Tuesday gint elected the following oficers for 1912: President Dr. W. B. O'Bnnuon, Vice President Dr. W. N. Crnig, Seo mid Trcus Dr. M. M. Phillips, Delegate Dr. T. H. Singleton, Alternate Delegate Dr. J. A. Harman Bonrd of Censors, Drs. Tho barn of Joo C. S. Blackburn on his fnrm in Woodford county, Brown, Lnswcll, Jones nnd Childors. was dnmaged by .firo early in tho week, tho flames haviug.be.en startCOME! ed by n charcoal heater u a buggy. Be sure to remember the lecture Saturdny oveniig 7:30 at tho court A TEXAS WONDER. house' in Stnnford. Ttev. II. C. Garrison, called tho greatest preachpr The Texas Wonder cures kidney in America by Bishop Qullowny, will gravand bladder troubles, removing el, euros dtubdes, weak and luine entertain nnd instruct you with his 'jneks, rheumatism, nnd till irregu- trip around tho world. 'What ho larities of tho kidneys mid bladder saw antt heard, and how it impressRegulates ed him will bo told in n way thnt in both men mid women. bladder troubles in hildrcn. If not will impress you until yon fcol that' uld by your druggist, will bo sent ay mail on receipt of $1 : Ono small you wero his companion. Do not bottlo is two'months' treatment, nnd miss tho ilute December 10th. TickSeldom fails to perfect n cure. Send ets nn sale ut tho New Stunford f r testimonials from Kentucky und Dnig.Storo Price 25 cents for ndults other btutes. Dr. K. V. Halt. 2920 Olive street, St. Louis, Mo., Sold by 15 cents for children under twelve years. druggists. gold. Our little children are troubled with croup nnd honrseness, nnd nil wo givo them is Foley's Honoy nnd Tnr Compound. I nlwayj havo a bottlo of it in tho house. Hfiugars nnd Tanner. suys: "It is worth its weight in !f i y. THE STANFORD INTERIOR JOUR HAL STANFORD, KENTUCKY The Interior journal EtUblltfctd 1S72 HELTON 1 M. 8AUPLEY,...Publlth(f A YEAR STRICTLY IN ADVANCE Btter4 at the retot(Ico at aa second class mail. POLITICAL ANNOUNCEMENTS. For County Judqc. T. A. Rice announces his candidacy lor County Judge ot Lincoln county, subject to the action of tho democratic party. M. F. North announces his candidacy for County Judgo of Lincoln county, subject to tho action of tho Democratic party. For Jailer. Peyton Parrlsh announces his candidacy for Jailer of Lincoln county, subject to the action of tho Democratic party-Geor- ge OeBorde announces hit candidacy for Jailer of Lincoln coun ty subject to tho action of tho demo- tion may well be affected. Tho frank Ing privilcgo might bo abolished with great economy as to postngo and printing. As it is, the mails arc sometimes quito clogged with n lot of matter that is of no earthly Ubc to ninety per cent of the people, wliq get it. Then, too thero is tlio Annual distribution of frco seeds which scarcely anyone plants and which is n great expense to tho government. o A cry great reduction could be affected by pajing lesslo tho railroad for the mail they qnrry It is said that tho amount given to some of the roads is far in excess of what the scnico rendered for transporting tho mnils justifies. Any postnl interference with the revenue of newspapers from advertising would be nothing less than n nl-s- Tho expense for and Ubor In publishing a material paper is, ns ever body knows, so great that it could not nearly bo met by subscription alone. Rclinnco must bo placed upon tho rovenuc from advertisements to mnko both ends meet and ensure some profit. Thcrefoic, it Is clear that any curtailment of advertising spneo would bo tho ruination of many n paper Mifl probably the rural press would fiiff'T tho most. Considering tho educational valuo of the press and the service it renders every community by its dissemination of news it is no exaggeration to say that anything that would decrease its circulation nnd influence mmU1 be n tax on knowledge nnd therefore n public calamity. tax on knowledge. CHRISTMAS You can't put it off only this week and next to buy. PRESENTS 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 tnings or beauty they last for years, they never change their colors of handle or cover. Any price. $5, $7.50, $10, $12.50, $15, and $20. SUIT CASES. HEADWEAR. WE have so much JOHN Lv Iff cratic party. Dink Farmer is a candidate for Jailer of Lincoln county subject to tho action of the Democratic party. HANDS OFF THE NEWSPAPERS. made by the to limit tho advertising space in newspapers, to cntitlo thorn the newspaper rates, he will raise a hornet'6 nest about his cars. There has been an altogether too great disposition by the postal authorities to intcrfero wijh tho press. No one can question the desira-billit- y of reducing expenses in the postoffice department but there nro many ways, other than interfering with tho press, in which the reduc J'-'- 5; 4: CiMSrJBS. fl ;7..prt' A 'if v v' Everybody uses them. You can't travel these days with out one. We sell only the "tilley" 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 In reed and artificial leather arc $2.50 to $3.50. Our leather cases In genuine cowhide at $5, $7 and $10 And our Imitation Walrus at $12.50 and $15 are Ideal articles. Our Lllley hand bags In leather at ...$5 and $7.50 Genuine horned alligator at $12.50 Are simply fine. that we hardly know what to tell you about by all, the best soft first. In tho B. STETSON, acknowledged hat 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 at ..$3.50 to $5 The cheaper grades $2 to $3.50 In all the new rough goods we can show you a great many. world. , FOOTWEAR. Xmas presents of useful and pleasing char acter is my display of watches, clocks, solid gold and high grade filled jewelry, solid silver knives, forks and spoons in latest patterns Diamond brooches, rings and cuff buttons, high quality of silver plated ware and other useful articles. 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, Menzles, and Witch Elk the working mans' out of doors shoe for rain and snow 6 to 7 Inch top at $3.50 to $10 Walkover for the moderate laborer and the well dressed man, .heavy and medium weight calf skin at $3.50 and $4 $4 and $5 Patents and tans at Nettleton a fins shoe in every detail for particular men and for men who want and wear only the best a 1 $6.00 newest neckwear Silk sox Silk hose Sock supporters NECKWEAR As Is the case every Christmas If any effort is our cases arc brim full of the ntatest the market furnishes at 25c, 50c and $1. Silk handkerchiefs at 25, 50c aM $1 50c and $1 50c $1, ami 10c, $I.5I 25c and Mc Collar buttons, cuff buttons, stick pins, in fact everything that a man wears W: H. MUELLER, Jeweler. Tailoring BROWERS LEXINGTON. Furniture is becoming increasingly popular as Department In our basement wo have repair man a first-clas- s Cleaning, pressing nnd done quick und well H. J. McRoberts, 174,621 20 Leave your garments with us for cleaning or AT Stanford, Report of condition of THE LINCOLN COUNTY NATIONAL BANK. At Stanford in the state- of Kentucky, at tho closo of business, December 5, 1011. Bills payable, including tificates of deposit for ey borrowed cermon- Kentucky. A NEW 70,303 46 Total ....$550,709 04 State of Lincoln, ss: Kentucky, county of FarmFence at W. H. Higgitis' Stanford Ky. See Him Before You Buy Elsewhere. Christmas Presents and it is right and proper that it should. A good piece of furniture in the home is a constant, pleasant reminder of the giver. But it must be good for poorly made and poorly finished furniture is a bad investment at any price. Make Your Furniture Selections From This Store We stand squarely back of every piece that goes out from here .And it does not follow that good furniture must be The high quality of our furniture is apparent to the most inexperienced furniture buyer and the prices asked are most reasonable. FURNITUREj A Christmas Shopping Expedition Can Well Begin And End In This Store. C. F. BROWER & CO., MAIN AT BROADWAY, . Lexington, Danville, Kentucky. .t r miM.m Resources: I, W. II. Bright, cashier of tho Loans and discounts ..$349,152 GO above-name- d bank, do solemnly Overdrafts, secured and unswear that tho abovo ttatement is 17,490 18, tmo to secured tho best of my knowledge U. S. bonds to securo circu and belief. 100,000 00 lation W. JL BRIGHT. Cnahier. Premiums on U. S. Bonds.. 500 00 Subscribed and sworn to beforo Bonds, securities, eta 20,500 mo this 8th day of December 1011, To securo postal savings W. Snunders Notary Public. 8,000 funds Correct Attest: 37,500 00 S. II. Shanks, J. B. Paxton, G. 5,300 00 W. Bank hsc. fur. fix Directors. Curtor, Duo from Nat. banks (not 43 73 reserve agents) FACTS AND FICTION Due from approved reserve 17,374 03 agents Experiences of Stanford Citizens Checks and other cash Are Easily Proven To Be 2,408 58 items Facts. Notes of other Nat. banks 2,100 00 Fractional paper currency, The most superficial will provo that the following 221 02 nickels and cents statement from a resident of Stan00 Specio $11,400 ford is truo. Read it and comparo Legal-tendnotes 2,200 00 evidenco from Stnufonl peoplo with 13,000 00 testimony of strnngers living so far Redemption fund with U. S. away you cannot investigate tho facts of tho case. Many more citi cent circu-- . Trcns. (5 per will ondorso Doan's I 5,000 00 zens of Stanford iation) Kidney Pills. lire. Nnney A. Logan E. Main St. Total ..$550,700 00 Stanford Ky., says: "I scarcely know how to exprebs my gratitude to Doau'u Kidney Pilln for tho beneLiabilities: fit they brought mo. When I began Capital slock paid in.. $100,000 00 their use, I was in a misetnblo con100,100 00 dition. My back seemed to havo Surplus fund given out entirely and pniued mo Undivided profits, less expenI often beenmo so weak 5,625 10 terribly. ses and taxes paid and )amo that I was nlmost pros-truteNational bank notes outLearning of Doan's Kidney standing 100,000 00 Pills, I procured a supply at Shu-ga- rs & Tanner's drug store nnd in Due to other Nat. view of tho results I received, I can banks 4,130 42 give- them tho highest praise. Donn'tf Duo to stato and private Kidney Pills not only relievo my banks nnd bankers 300.20 backache, butKnlno restored my kidIndividual deposits subject neys to a normal condition." to check ....150,750 07 For Bnlo by all dpnlors. Prico 50 Co., Buffalo cents. Fnstcr-MilburDemand certificates of do- . N. Y., sole agents for tho United j posits 10,400 00 I States. Deposits of U. S. disbursing ' Remember tlw name Dooii'b offious postal sayings 13.00 and tako no other. .... -- - If You Are Prompt -- .... You Still Have Abundant Time To er .... Paint That Roof Use Or -- - Commonwealth Red Metalastic You Can Get It At n, PENNY'S DRUG STORE STANFORD, KENTUCKY. WWfcWrtiSw W v -- r . THE STAMFORD INTERIOR JOURNAL STANFORD, KENTUCKY 0$i 0iOfiiliOlOiOIO0OOl0iOi OlOiJOOiH0OiOlJ 0 0IOOIOIOCllOlHlIOl$OIOIOlOlfta06IOCIIO 0 0 A 9 oo- 0 0 r 6 a o a O RETINGyB 5c 25c 25c for pillow tops ready to use, oth ers stamped at 25c to 50. 0 ) 25c 0 0 0 0 a m it-- o more we greet you with our Christmas offerings. Not the kind that perish with the using, but gifts that ONCE to remind the recipient of ths giver. In addition to our great December unloading sale of winter goods we have on sale many useful articles bought especially for gifts. Read below and note the attractive prices. 25c 10c . 0 9 0 0 98c 98c 25c $2. 0 0 0 0 rf5 o 0 o for all Linen Handkerchiefs, Fancy for Table and Dresser Scarfs. Fin for ladles and childrcns' Gloves of for a special value In Ladles' Gold for fine Towels Initial er ones in Japanese hand work at many kinds. Bordered Handkerchiefs, $1.50. and Silver handle Umbrellas. $1 to $4. Handkerchiefs. Finer ones uu to for Auto Scarfs, finer ones up to f o o 0 0 10c for all Linen Sheer Handkerchiefs for making Fancy Handkerchiefs Kimonos. Aprons and $1.98c .k. o o m 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 for 3 to 4 inch Taffeta Ribbon all for mens extra value umbrellas, for a Moquette Rug. Horn and fancy handles.- colors. !. t. v 10c for Holly Box Note Paper. Others at 15c and 25c. 125c for Ladies' Handkerhclefs, Handkerchiefs. All-Lin- 50c $1 10c ( BEADED BAGS, VELVET One lot $9.50 25cand 50c bolt of fancy Holly or Satin Sheer Initial for Laundry Bags also patterns cut for a Embrroidcred H. S. ready to make at 25c to 50c. and 2. Ribbon in I, I BAGS, .suits, new goods (no old) for Jabots, Side Frills and Collars, SILVER BAGS. regular price up to $15.00 15c for Mens' all Linen initial Plain Linen Handkerchiefs at 19c 25c and 50c. Hand-kercrlefs. Ladies' Velvet Boots in Black Brown for combination sets in boxes mens' and Purple. for Eiderdown tie socks and hand'ef $1. Two pair $1. silk for $1. ties boxed 50 cents. 50c $1.98 98c Skirt. Aviation Caps up to for a large Brown or Black Pillow for best Kid Glove price. Muff others up to $20. SE $1 andi$1.50 sold for the 25c for endless variety of linen handkerchiefs in Plain, Lace edge, embroidered. Fier ones at 50c and 75c. 5c to 19c for fancy boxes for small articles up to large umbrella boxes. 50c for Laldes' and Mens Phoenix kind $2.98 for a Messaline Silk $4.50. 48c for two yard lengths Silk Mull for that sold at The or Ladies' and Misses House Slip pers. scarfs. 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 I '; f ' ft 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 25c to $1 for Rhine Stone Hat Pins. 25c for Gold Front Beauty Pins. 50c or Gold Front Bar Collar Pins. $1 for Gold and Silver Belt Buckles. $1 SfPHf W?t. $1.48 i .FSgTrZQfo ior sei unain Locket and Pins. for silk Kimona Waiist Patterns. STANFORD, Severance & Son, NOTICE TO STOCKHOLDERS tho btock-boiik9G-2- KENTUCKY. 10 ' '0010010OB001 ;j0100001001O S00100MO0B00B001&0100B031& PERSONAL and SOCIAL SHORT LOCALS. Wanted to buy $G00 or $700 placo inn Stanford. Inquire nt this ill'iee. U& 0B00M0B0010000100B0QB&0 ,$.Q , 0B00H0010000lO0I00B00 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 I i fi : Tie regular meeting of J. N. Saunders wan in Mt. Vornuii lliix week on legal hiininiMS. Mr. J. V. Acoy went to Crab Orchard Tuesday. V. S. Burch Mr. Orchard this week. was in Crab Bom, to tho wifo of Ioiiis Botts Inst week n fine girl. Mrs. J. B. Pniton visited and friends in Lnncaste, this re.--li- ves week. Mr. and Mrs. J. II. Murphy ' tended tho funeral of Mrs. M. J. Karris. Jr., at Danville- Sunday. Miss Mary Collins and Sarann-th- a Jones, of Crab Orchard wcro in town shopping Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. K. 0. Martin, of Danville, spout Sunday with Mr. nuil Mrs. W. P. Buehnnnn. Mr. mid Mrs. Oscar Huffman on liandhoino children of Danville, woro the guests of Mr. nnd Mrs. C. L. Cover this week. Lewis, of Crab Miss Margaret JOrehard, spent several days with rulnthus hero. Mr. and Mrs. F. K. Tribblo, of Danvilln, Kpent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. W. II. Murphy t their bomu on tho Hustonvillo piko. Mr. Murphy continues to iiuprovo from his recent accident nnd illness. 0. P. Ncwlnnd enmo up from Burnsido enrly in tho week to court day and to tako in tho inauguration at Frankfort. 'His many friend bore will regret to learn that Dr. W. A. Brown, of growing Purksvillo, is gradually weaker. IIo 1ms been in declining health for some- time, and looks smiling toward tho future witli nfaith that is splendid nt-te- nd - of tho National Bunk, of Htistonvillc, Ky., to elect directors See our nico resh stock of lor tho eiibuing year, will bo held for Christmas. T. D. Xewland. at its banking ollioo in Hustonvillo Ky., on tho second Tuesday in For Salo Six Mammoth Bronze I January. 1912. which is January 0, gobblers. Mrs. Win. Matheny Stan- 1012. J. W. Ilocler, Cashier. t. ford, Ky., At tho business meeting of tho Baptist church Wednesday, Dec. 6, Harry Jacobs, of McKinney, sold it was decided that tho congregaMrs. Wm. II. Curtis n handsotno tion make an offering to tho Bapburre granite monument to bo erect-'e- d tist Orphans' Home in Louisvillo in in Buffalo cemetery, also n largo money on the third Sunduy in Degranite monument to A. D. Boot to cember, which is Dec. 17. All members of tho congregation will ploasa go in Buffalo cemetery. come prcpaied to givo a small sum, at least. This is a most worthy For Rent. My homo on East cause and is supported wholly by Main Street also small Btoro room, tho Baptist churches of Kentucky. pood location for any one who wants J. B. Jones, Pastor. to go in business nnd pay low rent 1 Possession given January 1st. II. t. C. Anderson POSTED 04-209-3- New lot of furniture just in. J. L. Xruns goods in a largo variety at Tho bazaar to bo held by the t. Bcazley. ladies of tho Presbyterian church on OGtf Mueller's. Dec. 10, will be in the roar room of Fresh roasted peanuts at For Sale. My homo on Miller the Stuto Bank & Trust Co., in- "Stead of the store room formerly laud's every day. Street. Fred Eichenbcrgcr. occupied by Land mid Biiclmiiau, For Snk Puro bred Mammoth Rooms for rent over Thos. Pence's Wc have dissolved our partnerBronze Turkoys. Mrs. J. N. Cash. store. W. A. Tribble, Stanford, Ky. ship and respectfully ask all who For Xmas presents that will My selection in watches and in owo us to call and settle nt once as wo need the money to wind up our pleaso and bo a joy forever. Go to clocks tho largest over. W. II. affairs. Coffey & Coleman. 99-- 2 Mueller's Jewelry Store tf Mueller. 9Ctf Wo are prepared to install hot For Salo Privately My housewater and hot air heating, plumbing hold and kitchen furniture. Mrs. 81-t- f. etc., Conn Bros., Lancaster, Lelia Cook. 99tf I am Toady to grind and bolt back Christmas goods are being receivwheat. Also buckwheat flour for sale. Will grind every Tuesday. ed at W. II. Higgins. Givo bira a t. Chas. Ensslin, 96-l- t. call early. 94-2- I am agent for tho International gasoline engine and feed cutters. Best on tho market. J. L. Ueuzley, JHAPPYOLD AHF May be promoted by those who gently cleanse the system, now and then, when in need of a laxative remedy, by taking a deseibpoooful A HEALTHY. Owing to tho heavy rain, Fred BrntinsMcig postponed his halo until next Tuesday, Dec. 19, when it will ho held, rain or shine, beginnning promptly at 9 o'olouk. Nov. J. N. Herald will preach at Maywood next Saturday night and nt Rowland next Sunday morning and night. Thcro will bo a Christmas trco at tho Baptist church Monday evening Deeiunhcr,25th, Christmas night, at 7 o'clock for tho children of tho mid Relatives school. Sunday friends are cordially invited. Let mo overhaul your enRno nnu avom com ,., "... irUUUll'O HUB Leave word at the I. J. office. ITllllCI. ,. n gasoline wuuiuer 4JUMVU. u,.ii,. 1 can tako tho "shako" out of If you want a hot fire use New your old shotgun, repair your gun Diamond and Rex coals from 's 92-3- t. yards. or doorlock. Prices reasonable. Call mo nt 1. J. office. D. Bnllou. 90tf Rcliablo party would liko to rent For Sale. Farm of 08 acres 3 n good farm. Best of references. 91-- tf miles from Crnb Oreh.u with A. Lock Box 244, Stanford. No. 1 horso barn, garden nnd pump, on) the W. S. Fish represents over 25 acres cleared. $750.00 or l l'ho hunting season Is upon us and rent for $o0 per year cash. W. II. best and stronnest insurance comnearly overyono "wants to post bis I.Mueller, panies. Let him keep you nrotccted. 97'-t- f Stanford, Ky. place. Tim cliargo is A cents cash HAVE A name.) with I will sell my homo on East Main There is a Qreat difference In life (1. W. Hasty Herman Biricolz. street on very easy terms. Sco mo insurance policies. Mutual Benefit if you arc looking for a good lion C. M. Allen, C. T. Willson, Policies are superior. I can show priced rfcht. II. C. Bnughmau. L. Q. Uooch. J. B. Manning Heichenbach Ilros. N. II Pliunmcr, you. Why not buy the best? R. M. Jacob Gander Newland Agent. Brick Mono room for rent on cor Fred Von Allman S. II. Baughman Muttic II. Howes. Tl ner of Mo in and Lancaster streets, wunoutfamlljr.wlth young children that Is aicknesk in the houaa now and W. P. Belden Fred Von Gruenigun, Stiti o Ohio Citt or Toudo. ? . , opposite court houso. Possession then U rare, and ao It U Important that Luoai Coviar. f J. M. Gooch John Ilerzng. the head of the bouse should know what Fmnk 1. Cwipir nukM Mth Uut b U Mnlor 98-tto do In the IltUe emergencies that arise. f Wm. nnd John Huffman. rtrtnrr or tho firm c( K J, Cuinit A Co.. doing January 1, 1912. J. S. Hocker A child with a serious ailment needs a buimaM la tlw City of Toledo. County nuto William Cordier. J. B. Myers. Moroukl. &nd that ukl urm lll par to ndturn of Joctor, It Is true, but In the majority of cvrry lor rath Instances, as J. W. Daughimui. I P. Xunnolloy, ONi: ol HUNUHi:i thatDOLLAUH cured by and uw o( A little son has arrived at tho suffers from any doctor knows, the child nun t'uTtaxH cannot bo tho soma lnteatln&l frniihl J. F. Gover, .Mrs. W. G. MoHeo lUtx'a CiTitiau Cvat. THANK J. CHENEY. usually consUpaUoa. homo of Prof, and Mrs. J. W. Mr, l'cttie Spoonamore, hofnrA m VW mitaavnluwl In W y mw ttraun anil W" Hwnm til There Is no sense la giving It a Dili or w G. W. Kogor, He has boon christened, Jo- - a remedy containing an opiate, nor Is .loan .v, i;arier. " ,ln "r uniocr, a. u., im, 7t B. Ciiincuisch. Mrs. Mattio White ?I scph Grinstead tho first nnmo being I mended, iuther give it a small dose of lonlo like Dr. Slllll Castello ' Unit Catarrh Cur U Ukfn tntcrnaDy and acta l'nr Ilia fnllirr nnil Mm mlililln nnmo S .mlld:.. sT'ntle laxative which, bv Mrs. S. D Hintt, caidwcii's Brun pMin. cian. upoa o( tLo Diuud and mucoua aortaer Ing out the bowels and strengthening the Iiailgllllian, ft. V .t.arsoil. oucuj KnJ im Uoilmoauia, tn. Ior r. i. uiiLnbx m wu loicao, u. for Mrs. Ireland's father tho late little stomach muscles, will Immediately Notice. No one allowed to hunt Sold r all lruruu. Tic. correct ths trouble. Prof. Grinstead. fait llau amuv MUa tnr cooatlraUon. This U not als our oplatoa but that n my farm. Fox Dudderar. Den-hum- d000 000000 0 0 0 000000000000 of the ever refreshing, wholesome! I respectfully solicit your sub- and truly beneficial Syrup of Fjga scriptions for magazines, newspa- and Elixir of Senna, which is the pers or any periodicals of any kind. only family laxative generally apSubscribe through me and save mon- proved by the moct eminent phya ey, time and trouble. II. L. Steger. sician, because it acts in a natuaL Crab Orchard. 95tf strengthening way and warms aaJ tones up the internal oroans wkKnak Oysters, celery, cranberries, minco Weakening them. It is equally benefi- meat, fruits and nuts. George II. nciai ior tne very young and the middle aged, as it is always efficient aad 93-t- f. Farris. free from all harmful ingredients. Td get its beneficial effects it is always Wo aro paying highest prices for necessary to buy the genuine, bearfresh eggs, chickens nnd all kinds ing the name of the Company of country produce. Fields Bros., California F1r Svtud Co. rJalnlv at tho Stanford Meat Market. printed on the front of every package, 1 y V IFJOU SICKLY sri YOUNGSTER JRYflWREE Iro-Ian- d. . Hf ,,,. SfJ:haWJ-.i.A1,-",,.w"lcom- of Mrs. N. ir. Maa of Freeport. KasW whose granddaughter has been taking If successfully and of Mrs. J. It Whltto of Lena. 'Wis., who gives It to her chUdren and takes It herself. It Is Mid In fifty cent and one dollar bottlea every drug store, but If you want to at It la test your family before you buy It send your address to Dr. Caldwell nnd he will rd a supply free of charge. Dr. Caldwell does not feel that the purchase of his remedy ends gation. He has specialised in his oblistomaoh. liver and bowel dlseasea for over forty years and will be pleased to give the any advice on ii reader hf. for-wa- ?. the medical !.nL'.r?" MwP'e address hliu Dr. a ,0 wr'i advice ... tr' 'J1 fHE STANFORD INTERIOR JOUR NAL STANFORD, KENTUCKY W BK sW s flligill LK H SloP wm AND HIDES HIGHEST MARKET PRICE PAID TOR RAW FURS AND HIDES Wool n Ctmntlstlsn. Writs K nwrUenlng lhl M. THE FARMERS Wc have ix bujer for ft farm ot about 100 acres woll improved and on pike. If you have anything near this, list it with tia. Hushes & 02t'f Stanford. For Snlc A few nico nicnt hogs; weight 200 to 300 pounds. W. II. Mc-Cart- y, v aW Christmas Goodies SANTA CLAUS is making! our storo his this headunr-ler- s Can- H . a B JOHN WHITE & CO. LIUISVILLE.KY. fcsrtUlhed 1887 WVrUHr 'ViMx&m&iXi W. H. Tray lor Sale twmwtmt IBMVM0B9IMSMMiMBnsniSlBnMSinBBMHSfBHHHaiHHiBHMHHMHHSlHiHBMiMiB snriworiiwpR?l: M 0 0 HOLIDAYS,! I.-i if 0 w 0 M 0 M 0 u m a m K 1 5, 1 1 1 Beginning afc 8 a. m. at his late residence on the at prices Stanford, Goshen turnpike, near Stanford, offer for sale all of to pay. erybody can lushels ot For Sale. his property, real and personal, consisting of housebushels orchard grass oats, C. L. Govtr hold and kitchen furniture, player pia"no, 2 desks, bales timothy hay, fancy Durham weanling bull enhes Restaurateur jj. Polled bees, carriage, buggy, lot ot hogs, 23 Duroc Jersey boar. of friends .A mules, Y mule, colts, 9 work mules, 8 cows ana Reminds us of our host Ky. Stanford, Carpenter, Morcland, Ky. calves, 3 yearling steers, about600 bushels wheat, f ko vmmKrpd. Let us remind R In a letter to the Farmers' When words fail send our girl a Jouninl Alex It. Denny oneof tbo bos of "Dolly Vnrden" candy, She'll lot of corn; 5O0 bales of straw, 1,500 shocks, of fod. Jf ;e Kttr to nresent sub- farmers of Garrard, like it. bcst mower, manure spreader, wheat der, twine-binde. - i;ir fli followincr list: ritc3 as follows: 4. plows, gears, wagons, iron safe, giaphohone drill, Having n fanner and feed GET everything in the shape of furniture, new DANDRUFF in short 0 er of cattlo for oer fifty years I haw noted the increasing oldy farming implements, and produce. and culty of poeuring suitable cattle near D.uidniff menus 10 shares of stock in Lincoln County National for feeding purposes. of tbo the roots of jour hair there principle causes in my judgment is va'.t army of little iniible genus Bank; 1 share'in Stanford Creamery Co- tne crae for Jersey cattle, good for or inierolws. Shoes The land will be sold in the following parcels: it And ueer of Collars and butter but a failure for Shirts a war of destriietion night 1 The home place, containing the celebrated Edge-wooSelection of Ties beef purposes and entailing a grent and day. It the from 25c to Holeproof Socks. Distillery and large frame dwelling heated Tby loss to the fnnneis of Kentucky. that the hair inut have Handkerchiefs is the nlue of the calves der to glow Msornusly and nbun The Socks Traveling Bags steam, With all modern conveniences, and all the dantlv. is enormous. Calculate the Stylish Hats Coat sold all Dudderar land on PAIHSIAX the small pittance that side of the river. destroy Suit oer Anienca ceived for. tbo Jersey calf and the 2 The Dudderar mill property and all land on that nud at the same time furnwli Aviation Caps Umbrellas. Shorthorn as weanling, and you the hair root with the jiniper Suspenders river. Sweaters ecry the to make hair grow lut side of the luxuriant. by opinion rous owner of 3 The John Traylor farm. guaranteed tbo remedy for this ttate of nt'fnirs by 4 The John Traylor Distillery at Gilberts Creek. U IVimj to bntiih dandruff, is to introduce Shorthorn bulls and stop falling hair and itching scalp This arrangement as to land is subject to change. the Jersey which nide or money back. It is a delightful instant fnor milker and add vastly hair dressing that duce a Terms announced on day of sale. Sold for only with refined 0 to the profit of the steers for 50 a large bottle by ny nnd A full line of Novelties that are new ingI purposes.this eerj where. to the submit ccry rnrton with Auburn hair '& of Call and take a look. and bottle. Col. J. P. Chandler, Auct. & Cummins & Wearen g jS HEADQUARTERS Stanford, - Kentucky. O QOOQOOQO O O O OOQQOODO O O O :- rBvO"SM"0" XMAS - jear, for tbo nicest As executor of W. H, Traylor, I will on FRIDAY, Mumhv. Phono 00-- 3" rings. 03-- 2 dies, Fruits, Nuts etc., ever seen in Sulc. 50 ncrcs of timber Stanford. (and on Olteiihcitn pike Frank AH fresh Moek'ond For DECEMBER 9 ev- ,1 98-St- 800 shell- nffoiM ed bccd, 200 GOO fi two-year-ol- d No. 1. A. V, 98-t- f. Homo :: kuoovwi r, been EASY TO RID OF diffi- Hint down One n Box tbi-- . Box of Mufflers milk ui my ys sleep-.- ; wnge d $7.50 nouri-h-mc- in or- Silk loss Over differ- Kid Gloves ence between re- SAGK will How the-- o jzernis ju-- t lor-will begin to fico n cow. Now in s to noiiri-hiue- nt nil PAIMSIAK G. SAGK U up good will profeed- wins women. Cents ment view my follow. judg- . druggi-t- s G. L. l'en- Girl on ?iR .S& infjyv-fiWZ&g- J. B. p Paxton, Exor. : . ir ,t i rm V31G1S11B.18B"1 !St'y5jSfcSMEia f .. ..' 1 SJ 8F 5ti alk Vv'l JmSk Clean, Dry Heat Clean, dry heat, with no smoke or odor and with no flying ashes or soot that is what you get with a Perfection Smokeless Oil Heater. - mmtd 'TiZ A, rM3For substantial Xmas m m guts in an Kinas oi ft fc Perfection 3TJ3Q330 is It'- - the most reliable and convenient heating device you can find. It is always ready for use. There are no pipes or flues or wires to bother you. You can pick it up and take it wherever extra warmth is wanted. Every mechanical improvement that experience could lugged was already embodied in the Perfection Heater. This year we have tried to add to it The drums are finished appearance. either in turquoise-blu- e enamel or plain tee!, as you prefer; nickel irimmagt; at ornamental as it is indispensable to comfort A ipecul utomtic device bolutd prereoii eulr cloned. Gtlloa foot; hndl) duipef top. Dolm mfrwtmi at wnt tor daaiptn arcaW I tmolung. All putt lata nine bours. Cool The Perfection have the gpods.Come to see us and vouwillbe convinced that they are worth the low prices we ask for them. Suites, Tables,Chairs, Rockers, Beds Springs, Mattresses, Cots, Hall Trees, Davenports, Couches,Pic- tures, Bookcases, Trunks, Com- forts, Blankets, Carpets, Rugs And Mattings. iS oos Jn&r. furniture, ftnnri floods .tv.&v aTTirWTriiiiJI has helped countless thousands of thin, weak, delicate children made them strong, plump and robust. It creates an appetite, aids digestion, fills the vr11 nimrf tvorto Uo GOOD h S ! XMAS S - O 0 o & 1AE have just received a beautiful of XMAS novelties Belt " line Beaded Bags, Pursesin BarBuckles, veins with rich red blood. rettes, Bows, Frills, Collar Sets, Frill o 9 Pins etc. Also Toys galore. Come see us before you buy that Xmas present i: W. A. TRIBBLE, Stanford. Ky. Do you (eel all tired out? Do vou loroetimei think you iutt can't work awuv at vour orofet- i!on or trade any longer? Do you bate a poor ipe-lit- e. end lay awake at nilil unabte to leeD? Are your pen et all one, and your itomach loo? Hit am bilioa to forie ahead in the wojIJ left you? If to, you might at well put ttop to your misery. You can do it, if you will. Dr. Pierce's Golden Medical Discovery will make you a different individual. It will act your lazy liver ' Jo work. It; will set things right in your stomach, and your appetite will come back. It will purify your blood. ( there is any tendency in your family toward consumption, f it will keep that dread destroyer away. Even alter eon sumption has almost gained .foothold in the form of lingering cough, bronchitis, or bleeding at tbo lungs, it will bring about cure in u8 per cent, ol all cases. It is remedy prepared by Dr. R. V. Pierce, of Buffalo, N. Y., whose aivici It then frit to oil who wish to write him. His great success has come from his wide experience and varied practice. g dealer into tuking inferior substiDon't be wheedled by a tutes for Dr. Pierce's medicines, recootmended to be "just as good." Dr. op known comfosition. Their every ingredient printed Pierce's medieinea are Made from rocts without ojlcohols Contain no on their wiappcrs. drugs. Worldjs Uiipcnmry Medical Association. JluOalo, N. Y. After illness or loss of weight from any cause, it brings strength and flesh quicker than anything else. alu DRUQQiarm 6 o 0 o Hughes, Martin & Co. t ' g Stanford, Ky. P CGooooooooa trOOGooferOog svgfrramBfTaawaisHza MQLdRr mil aitV .raS Do You Feel This Way? NOTICE TO SHARE HOLDERS Tho regular meeting o tbo shoro-holde- rs ur Mocr cl it Standard Oil Company (lacorporaUd) miI r of Lincoln County National l:nnk of Stanford, Ky., to elect directors for tho ensuing year will bo held nt its banking offico in Stanin ford, Ky., on thu tccond January 1912 which Is January 9th M. Ilnght. Cnshior. 101L'. Tu-sd- ny j 10 fH 20 PER CENT OFF on all CLOTHING o 0 o I NOTICE TO SHAREHOLDERS. The regular meeting of tho hhare-holdeof Tho Fint National Bunk of Stanford, Ky., to elect dircctots for tho ensuing year will bo held nt its banking ottico in btnnioni, ivy.. on tho second Tuebday in Jnnuaiy 3912 which is January 0th 1912. II. C. ltuiixhman, I usuier. rs o o , and OVERCOATS SAM ROBINSON Stanford, Ky oo&oa o 0 - 0 "fte-yenr-o- ld penny-grabbin- RAINCOATS si ; habit-formi- o FIT. If you want a1 Coat for all kinds k of weather buy one of our rain- oats. iJ IF YOU ? COMFORT & DURABILITY WANT A SUIT OF C L0THES WITHOUT AN EQUAL i I o Q l a PUBLIC SALE! Ha ing o n4&ait H '" s .'.' . :I 1 1' I? W. E. rerkins, i'WJBiaass-raBsr- j .. ORCHARD, CRAB v - .u ? THAT iNSUrtEVTHE'W&ffiEr? F IT. COMFORT AND OUrTAUUTY. WE MAKE THE PRICE AND SELL A ,TRIAL WILL C0NV1NCeqU. THE GOODS. I A 't . Kentucky. L. L. SANDERS. HVswtaH Crab Orchard, Kentucky. ufruid oi aut or train, 1 old, my farm I v ill sell, hot i 1 two.ycar-ol- d horse, ut puMiu miction at tho ol'd' Wm Hig- - tuy ficA cou' h stallion Jlikado, 27 ' oi cattlo, 10 yearling stoois, gins farm, four miles west of Crab liviferd, 2 Jersey i '2 6nngiB. Jent-'Orchard, o'n: cowc. 7 litifirs, 1 uir oxeti, weight Wednesday, December 20, 9II 3,00(j pounds, 1 binder, 1 cultivator, The following property: 5 head of 1 mower, 1 rake, 1 wheat drill, fertio korsM, 1 goo' work Hiaro 'n '0ul lizer, 1 turning plow, 1 lu-oy two-hors- lo horso. I good family maro not ungon good as new. 2 double shovels 1 bugpy, 1 buckboard, 2 sets of buggy harness, 1 cooking stove, and other household and kitchen funii-tur- o too numerous to mention. Col, J. P. Chandler, Auct.r Terms made known on day of sale. Gearge D. ioone, It. F. D. No. 1, Stanford, Ky., IL 'xiiwiiU&ti