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The Stanford interior journal: December 19, 1911 The Stanford interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images Shelton Saufley Stanford, KY 1911 int1911121901_sn85052022 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. The Stanford interior journal: December 19, 1911 The Stanford interior journal Shelton Saufley Stanford, KY 1911 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. The Stanford Interior Journal. VOLUME XXXVIII BURGLARS NO. 100. STANFORD. LINCOLN JUDGE WALKER WEDS COUNTY. KENTUCKY Tl'F.HDAY, DECEMBER 10, 1011. EVERY TUESDAY nnd apples, nuts, fruits nnd just & whnt you want to bring we. Rut CLAUS STANFORD BANKS AND FRIDAY TO ENTER TWO STANFORD STORER0MS Ytvnf Amateurs t Make Bungling Job And Police Expect To Have Them Behind Bars Soon Much TRAYL0R DISTILLERY TO OOOiKH'WiHKJOvMHvKv O TEMPERANCE COLUMN O REMAIN UNDER THE NAME MISS FLORA ZEIGLER. O This space is ongaged by i'Ji Surprise at Their Home In O the Temperance Committee of O A. T. Trayior & Co., Buy Big Plant o LETTERS TO SANTA 0 Lancaster at News of Marriage of Popular Couple. 0 Lincoln County. 0 h Saturday night nnd then preached fwiee on Sunday, and wos heard rath time by lurge congregations. He lectured nt the court houso on Saturduy night to it good crowd on ine "Pure Evangelism Around Wnrlil." nnd delivered two snlen- .lid sermons on Sunday nt tho Meth-l- it church in the moraine nud a! the Christian it union sen ice nt church in the evening. Dr. Morrison held his lirst pnstor-nt- f when a young minister, nt the Stanford Methodist church ubout :10 1 rued open. cnrs ugo, and has always buhl a The young mui who are getting of the poo-pi- e deviltry about town are viirni spot in tho hearts into, all this here. He was gien most cor bepretty well known, it is generally dial greeting by Ins many triends. lieved. Cltiuf of Police Carter says that ho is mortally certain who they BUSTLE-SMI- TH ii ro nnd f only waiting for a few developments to place them under Miss Amanda Hustle, the nttme-ti- e iriest. Mu hns been fearing that young daughter of Mr. nnd Mrs he will they would skip town before II. Rustle, was united in tho hid) evidence to place J. have suflicient bonds of matrimony Inst Tliusduy them under nrrest. Mr. W. R. Smith, u well known Vow, that these young men have to the to attempt to rob nnd popular young farmer of grown no bold ns Pluto section of Pulnsl.i county. two stores in one night no one would They drove to Preuchcrsville where be surprised nt what they might atto Rev. J. E. Roberts said the words tempt next, but they nro sum tlhieh made them mini and wife. land behind tho bars with a nice they I'ntli or these young people have n striped suit of clothes apiece if wide circle of friends who will exleep up their present gait. tend congratulations and wish them They will move every happiness. GIRL "OPERATOR" AT C0RBIN to it nieo little furm near Stanford. Mr. Fred Schrocdcr, accompanCounty Judge J. T. Stumor, of Mildrei' accompanied by two ied by his daughter, Miss Knox county, Schroeder, and Mrs. Ella Schcffncr deputy sheriffs mndo a raid on tho nnd Miss Elsie Long, of tho 's blind tigers of Corbin nnd nrrestcd Mill Fection, wcn pleasant Mut Urynnt, who it is said, had in visitors of Mr. and Mrs. Fred liis possession 497 pints of whisky Brnunsweig at their homo in tho mid Anthony Messer, who hnd six country sovernl days Inst week. gallons, and Corney llrynnt, a girl, who, it is alleged had G. W. Edmiston who has been livin her possession 43 pints. She is in jail nnd ing nt Duvennort Oklnbomn, for sev tinder bond, llrynnt is " baa returned to Crab Messer wns fined $75. Cprbin, llko eral years, to bo n dry Orchard nnd orders his I. J. sent to Stanford, is supposed him there. town. Sr-vennHol-dnm- buHy bml burglars were in Stanford lust Thursday rJa Hi4it ami entered I ho storerooms of Hereruneo & Son nnd Cummins I; Wcrcu without, however obtaining auch to pay tlicm fur their mefct's labor. At tliu latter plneo luff cot only 25 cents out of u tic store e while from Severance they failed to secure anything of lu the snfo resisting their efforts In Wow it open with gunpowder. Hnd they gotten into it, however, their labor would hove been fruitless, for More the robbery of Cummins A; V?rcn'rt Hnfo HcvernL months ago when wns secured, most of the merchants hate been taking tlnrir iedy ensh to bank late in tho uflcr-iiooand Mr. Severance is one of tlioie who keep nothing on hand at uitfat. It has only been two weeks since lincf entered Severance & Sou's Ktore anil endenvored to burglarize it then, but went tiwny without mo Jesting the safe. At that time be pnred nn iron bnr off one of (he lower windows, nnd seemed en- trance. He was too foxy to tako any mtifles of clothing, nnd seemed evidently to be on the hunt for money, iind left without any booty. When bo returned last Thursday night, the inn milder entered the fiimc way that he did before by priz-lii- c off one of the bars from a lower Albert Severance hnd left window. shotgun shells standing on n tdielf in the basement and the burglar out them with it knifu nnd emptied the powder out. They then drilled a couple of holes in the door to the snfe nnd poured the powder in wetting It off with n fuse. No heard the explosion, which did 'i it little dnninge to the safe, tearing off the knob but not distill bing the lock. After tinkering about for ii while nnd finding themselves to get in. the young men left mill went across the street to Cum-m- i. A Wearen's store where n better haul lind been obtained a few 1110111118' before. Thii timo the chief burglar who iwns etidently the same fellow who lid tho work befoie. hnd little trouble gnttinc into the safe. They hnd probably preervedor made u key nfter their previous experience with this snfonnd so opened it with- out doinjt much damage. Their pain went for naught, however, in this .'nsn also, for nil the money taken In daring the day, hnd been deposited in bunk ns had been done at The marauders A Son's. made an inspection of the different how rases, however, nnd picked up it quarter which was !a)ing in one They took enre, here, too not to tnke elothing or goods by which they might tw identified or prove it clew later. Entrance wns effected into this storeroom by the same means that it was entered when robbed be fore. The heavy wire screen was ut off a back window, and the snsh i, Shall the open saloon bo perDec. 18. mitted to return to Lincoln county f Judgo L. L. . Walker and Miss Tho voters of tho county nro to deFlora Zciglcr of this city surprised termine this matter on Feb, 10. The isuo is n clear nnd definite one. Othmany of their friends when it was er questions do not enter into and learned hero that they had been complicate the consideration of the married at noon Thursday nt Lntonia matter I": fore us. It is a niornl It Fccmcd miinu few hnd the impres- question rather than a political one. sion tltnt tho wedding would occur All citizens must take sides on tho but it was not known just when. matter if they hate any concern for Judge Walker is very popular as a the moral welfare of tho county nnd lawyer and citizen, mid having em- its various communities. Neutrality barked t'vice before mi tho matri- is impossible fur the earnest-minde- d monial sea he will certainly appreman. ciate tho value of n good wife. Tho H is not too soon to take a delirido is the adopted daughter of Mr. cisive stand on the question. We and Mrs. R. Zimmer proprietor of bebexo theio is every reason to hope Kcnpnrlan nnd a pretty nnd attracthn't Iincastcr tive blonde. Judgo Walker and bride left for n bridal trip to Martinsville Indiana. Father O'Dwyer of Richmond will hold services for the Catholics todnv Tuesday nt tho residence of Mrs." N. .Miller. The remains of David Nnylor aged 50 who died nt his home nt Alum rprings were brought to this county for interment. Morris Luce of Hubble held the fortunate ticket Hint drew the handsome wngon offered by J. W. Smith for purchases inndo nl his clothing store. Miss Stella Lewis n returned missionary from Japan, nrthed in Lancaster Saturday and made two addresses at the Christian church Sunday morning nnd evening Mr. John Adams sold 3 mules Wednesday for $160; James 1. Hamilton ' bought 5 mules in North Onrrurd at $180 a bead; James I. Hamilton shipped a ,fine Middle horse to L. C. Delaney nt flraee. Miss., receiving for the fine equine f750; Jnincs I. Hamilton horse to It. E. sold n Pnvnc, of Hermit, Miss., for $180. J. P. Nnyor ago 01 years died at his home nt MeCrenry after .1 illness of n complication of discuses. Resides a widow, he leaves live daughters nnd three sons to mourn his hihs. Mr. W. P. Ruble died nt the home of her daughter Mrs. Joe Hamilton at Ruena Vistit after a short illness of pneumonia. The deceased is sur-ive- d by a husband "find three children. liu-reri- 'n un-jib- le DR. M0RRISHN Speaks Three Times In Stanford To Large Congregations. II. C Morison, one of the in the Methodist men church in the South, lectured here Re. tho undertaking to restore the saloon will prove u failure but our hopes will not bo renlizcd unless thcie is n strong effort made io mouse public sentiment. Indifwith ference or to tho matter will bo fatal to the success of tho cause. The advocates of tho saloon musf bo brought to see that the feeling of the people who favor prohibition is not mcrc-'- y n force to bo reeotmized, but it force that is strong, vigoiousMind dctoraimcd. Thcie is n grunt cull, therefore, for earnest consideration ami prompt the cull ui.d decifiw action. lie benid nnd let every friend of law nm1 order, every friend of de-ennd purity, etery eitwcti who four has (ho moral wcll'.ire of his inni comprise the bulk of the estnte of imiuity nt heart, enltit in the the deceased nnd were sold under cr'iMide, nud let it be a eb'.ui the hammer by Executor J. II. Pax-todel. I for righteousnes in compliance with the wishes of Mr. Tntjlor. to-- expressed in his KILLING NEAR BR0DHEAD will. A goodly bunch of horses, mules Morris Farris Shoots Man Named nnd enttle were nlso offered for Woods To Death With Shotgun sale nnd found ready buyers, though . Rrodhead, Dec. 1H. tho prices realized were not high. Morris Farris, a well known citi- Tho bottom sjeeins to have dropped , zen of this section of Rockcas-tleout of the mult market for the presshot and killed a man named Woods ent nnd low prices urc the rule. on on the farm of J. J. McCnll, Ten shnres of Lincoln County Negro Creek, where both worked. Nntionnl Hank stock sold in blocks Farris was taken to Ml. Vernon, of five idinrcs five going to J. L. v. here, after nn cvuminiug trial, Anderson nt 210 it share nnd five he was held to await the action o!" to W. S. Uurcli nt $210.1G n share. bond, Four shares of the Stanford Cream I be gmnd jury tinner which he furnished. Wood, the ery Company were sold to .loo Chandead man lingered a day and then cellor nt SI 2 a shnre. struck away. He was passed A Inrge crowd wns present nt the twice with the loads from a shot sale, notwithstanding the very wet stories nro told wenther nnd Col. J. P. Chandler, gun. Conflicting concerning the killing, nnd it is ex- who cried the sale, kept things movpected that the facts will be brought ing. The list of the stock bnles etc. out fullv at the trial in circuit court is ns follows: marc mule to J. W. PUBLIC SALE OF West $100. SUBURBAN PROPERTY hor.se mule It. W. Me Uuffey $100. Aged horse mule, S. J. Hell fOO. Ry authority of Judge I L. WalkAged mule, S. J. Hell $85. er executor of tho will of T. R. Walker, deceased we will sell to the Pnir aged mules, M. S. Ilauphmnn highest bidder at the court house on $160. Monday, December 25th, 1911, Mare mute, II. L. Pence $127. horse nmle J, R. Foster Aued at 10 o'clock A. M., 205 acres of land, with a large barn, belonging $175. Blind mule, Richard Dyehouse, $35 to the said decedent's estate, adjoinHay inn re. Jns, Rosern $fi0. ing the oity of Lancaster, Kentucky, flrev mare, A. T. Trnjlor $7. nnd being u highly fertile nnd desirHull A. T. Trnylor $12. able tract of hind fronting on Rich3 heifers Fox Duddemr $32.50 mond street, near n concrete walk", with beautiful building sites, near si bend. 3 steers. Fox Dnddernr f.12.50 per one of the best graded schools in hind. the state. Milk cow. John Cress $47. . We will first offer about 135 ncrcs Milk cow. John Q. Lynn $28. fronting on Richmond street; then Milk row, .Dave Duddemr .30. east of the about 35 acres on tho Milk cow, John O. Lynn $32. farm; then approximately 70 ncrcs Milk cow, John O. Lynn $20.50. accessible to n villi building site Milk cow, John Cres $30. road leading from the Richmond Milk cow, Fox Dnddernr $35. desired, the front on said pike. If Pour steer enlves A. T. Nunncl-Ic- y street will be divided by a lino runnt $11.75. ning nearly north, dividing the lnnd Cow Hooth Dyehouse $23. into two pnrts of about 80 and 125 000 bales of straw John R. Foster ncrcs, which will nlsn be offered nt 21 cents. Btparately. After offering the trnejs y 25 bales clover hay, A. T. mentioned, the entire boundary of nt 05 cents. 205 ncrcs will bo offered ns n whole, 500 bushels of wheat, J. S. Rnugh-mn- n nnd the bid or bids renlizing the nt 85 cents. most money, will bo accepted. Wo Sorrel mnrc, W. It. Dcnlmm, $25. and give will show, the property 250 barrels of corn, Frank Spoon-nmor- e any information desired. nt $2.70. Seven mulo colts, V. L. Thompson Tonus The sale will be mnde for d paynblo Jnntmrv 1. 1012, Jr, nt $50.25. 23 mules, J. Tt. Foswhen deed will be mnde nnd possession given. The rotuiiiuler pay- ter nt $22.54. able in one and two yinrs with six HOLIDAY FARES per cent interest, n lien being reLow round trip rntos tin Queen tained on the Inn for pnvment. Crescent ru.ite. Excursion tick Hughes & Swlnebroad, (( v ill be old December 15, 30, 17, 0PU Lnncaster, Dee. 13, 1011. 22, 23, 21. 25, 30 uud 31, 20, When your feet nro wcl nnd cold 1011 nud January 1st, 1912. Finnl nnd your body chilled through nnd limit to return, January 8, 1012. through from exposure, take n big Ask your ticket agent for particulars. W. A. Ilccklcr, O. P, A., Cindoso of Chamberlain's Cough Reme99- -. td cinnati, 0. bathe your feet in hot water dy, nt the Presbyterian Services going to bed, nnd you nro almost certain to ward oft a severe cold. church Sunday. Morning subjects "The FuUuebd of Time." For snlo by all denlers. ss rc-gn- id It m Dnnville Ky., Dec 14 1911 My dear Santa Clnus: Will you plcaso bring mo a doll buggy, uny kind so it is pretty. I wnnt a black Tho celebrated Trnylor's distillery haired doll, n story book, candy nnd located on tho Duddcrar's Mill road, fruits, nlso a bracelet. My little nbout five miles from Stanford, will brother wants n wngon, horse nnd not go out of tho family name,, and ball. Oo to see my grnndma nt the famous brand of Edgcwood whis- Morclnnd, for they said they would ky manufactured there for so many hnng a stocking up for you to fill years will continue to find that for us. I hope you enn bring me place its home. nil I wnnt. I'll go to bed early nnd This was decided when on Friday shut my eyes tight. Hopo it will the Into W. II. 1 my- snowy so you can come with your the cbtnte of lar wns put up nnd sold at public reindeers. Good bye, your little outcry . Under tho firm name of A. girlie, T. Trnylor & Company, Mr. Trnylor's brother A. T. Trnylor bought RERN'ICE ARNOLD. the homo place consisting of the Dnnville, Ky Dee 14. distillery, the houso and nbout 310 Denr old Suntn Clnus: Please acres of land nt .f7o.25 an acre, or bring me a doll buggy with a top on $23,327.50. The distillery will conit it big black bended doll, a set tinue to be operated as usual under of dishes, nuts enndy nnd fruits, tho firm nnmo A. T. Trnylor & Co. nsking too much of you by Mr. Trnylor and his sons, who If it isn't I'd like for you to bring me n brncc-!c- t are his partners nnd in connection ton. Remember my sister nnd with Pnxtou Hros., of Cincinnati. little brother, nlso be good to the The old John Trnylor distillery poor. I'll go to bed nnd won't peep nt Gilbert's Creek wns bought by J. Good bye from your little girl, W. West who has been nssocinted MARY E. ARNOLD. with Henry 'frnjlor for so long in distho mur.agemcnt of tho Trayior Stanford Ky. tillery. Tho price Mr. West paid for Denr Santa: I nm a good little this property was .87o. 1 A. T. Traylo ii Company nlo girl I go to school every day. bought tho Diiddernr's Mill property want you to bring me a pair of rub consisting of 137 acres f lnnd, pay- hers to wear to school a little trunk ing therefor f(13 nn ucre whilu the nnd a ring. 3 linvo some tittle John Trnylor farm went to W. J. brothers nnd sisters I want you to be biire and not forget to bring Iloltzclaw Jor $40 mi ucre. Tin-spieces of property plenty of good things. You little At Public Sale Estate Sold at Auction Friday OIOI0I&I&IOBOI&I O girl, nnd-saloo- HELEN HESTER. Stanford, Ky., Dec. 13 1011. Dear Suntn Clnus: You were so good to me last Xmns you gave me everything I ask for I will not ask for much this time plenty of enndy nnd nuts and fruits and don't forget to bring my little brother George Elbert soinQ for if you "don't be will want all of mine. He couldn't fat nil of mine he couldn't cat any last Xmns but he sure can now. Your biting little bov. ANDREW' GARLAND JAMES Stanford. Ky.. Dec. 13 1911. Dear. Santo. Please bring me some fire works and any thing else you want to bring nnd bring me some candy. I go ts school every day. My school will soon be out and I will be sorry for I love my teacher. Your loving friend CLAUD JAMES Issue Notices to Their Patrons ' That Practice Is In Violation of Stanford Dec. 11. Laws And Must Cease Denr Santa I wnnt you to-- bring mo a ring somo nuts and candy, Stanford's banks arc fulling in and thnt is nil I will ask for. Pleaso lino with other financial institutions don't forget my two little brothers, of tho Btnto which nro cutting out from Matilda Hell. tho overdraft habit nmong their patrons. All thrco of the local inDear old Santa: arc issuing notices to I want a big doll and stovo stitutions their customers that they will have n trunk, candy, nuts horse, chnir, to discontinue this practice in order whip. Margaret Davis. to comply with tho national and stnto bunking laws. The thrco banks HIGH SCHOOL PLAYERS have scut out the following notico to their customers nnd friends, ex To Present Great Comedy "The Ri plaining their position: vals" on Nipht of Dec. 22. OVERDRAFTS. In order to comply with tho re On Friday evening December 22, quirements of tho Nutionnl Banking tho members of Department of Exlaw, and tho Stnto Banking Departpression of the Stanford High school ment, tho three banks of Stanford will present Richnrd Sheridan's great desiro to comply with tbu letter of comedy entitled "The KitaU", The the law, that no overdrafts can be characters of tho play possess exlegally granted. Tho Supremo Court traordinary talent and have been of tho United States has decided under the training of Miss Jaek'ion, that ovedraft constitute n misap for the past four weeks. This plication of the funds of tho bank, masterpiece of Sheridan is nnd tho Comptroller of tho Curfrom beginning to cud. The old rency nnd the State Banking Demaxim "mi) thing is fuir in love and partment hnve required bank offis in this comedy clearly shown war" icers to eliminate this usage in tho Morrison Bright as Sir Anthony management of bunks. In the fuAbsolute acts with his characteristic ture the respective banks in grantability, Miss Elizabeth Higgins ns ing credit to their customers will Mrs. Mnlaprop nn.d Miss Mnry k require the same to bo made in tho Dnddernr ns Lydin Languish, form of direct loans and discounts show marked ability. Will McCurty instead of the overdraft practice, ns Sir Lucius O'Triggcr, Wm. existing in the past. This, DecemGrimes ns Fng, John M. Waters as ber 15, IU11. David nnd Mntsy Grimes ns Lucy, FIRST NATIONAL BANK, J. ft. are prominent" figures in the popu- Hockcr, President. Ken-dnc- don't forget little sister. Yours LILLIAN STAltNS. CUT OUT OVERDRAFTS .3 n, lar comedy. The Colemnn brothers representing the characters of Hob Archer nnd dipt. Absolute nro the rivals, seeking the hnud of Miss Lydin Languish. These einjiloy all kinds of stratagem to win tho young Indy but when ono finally wins her hand, the other manfully acknowledges his defeat and congrntulute his lucky rival. The play is well worth witnes-si- n nud nil would be profitably entertained by attending. Popular prices will me charged 25 35 and 50 cents. For nearly n century nnd n half "The Rivals" has kept its place in America's theatricul repertory never failing to please an audience There is a continual bustle of action mixed with surprises nnd an ever complicating plot which always assures success. LINCOLN COUNTY NATIONAL HANK. W. M. Bright. Cashier. STATE BANK & TRUST CO., M. B. Snlin, Cashier. H0GWALL0W HAPPENINGS. (From IlogWallow Kentuckiun.) Atlus Peck has notified tho public to travel slowly by his houso as his chimney is about ready to full down. Kllick ld Nun-nelle- O0CAN NEWS Dear Old Suntu: On Monday December 4, Mr. Ed-gI want you to bring be some Vent nnd Miss Mattie M. Floyd candy and nuts, nud purse a doll were united in marriage at Hunts-villInggy a doll a sewing box from Tenn., in tho parlors of tho ETTA DANES Chamber Hotel. Mr' Vest is a son of B. F. Vest, of this placo while Dear Santa Clnus: I want you his bride is the attractive daughter, to bring me a doll little sled and of Mr. and Mrs. II. B. Floyd of some enndy nnd nuts fire crackers Mt. Salem. Roman candles, your little friend Homer Sims and Otis Vest visited DINK FARMER JR. fiends near Earleston Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Edgar Vest, of this Dear Snntn Clnus: I wnnt a doll place visited Mrs. Vest's father at bed and doll that will laugh and Mt. Salem. Virgil Estes and Ernest Estes of cry, 'one thnt enn open nnd shut its were the guests of tho even oh, oh, oh, don't you know it Earleston will be too cold for Snntn to trnvcj Misses Smith. H ss Rose Sims is tin guest of in the snow. her home folks nt Earleston. EFFIE FAR5IER Mis.ses Annie Vest nnd Uoso Sims and Mrs. Edgar Vest were m K'ng's Crnb Orchard, Ky., Dec. 14, Dear Santa Clans : I am a lit- Mountain on lust Thursday. Mr. uud Mrs. Leslie Grubbs were tle irirl file years old and wnnt you to please bring mo a doll buggy and tho guest of Mr. H. F Vest nnd faitil doll h bracelet n little signet ring ly on' lust Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Vest of Dan I you enn find one to fit my finville were the guests of homefolks ger nnd some oranges, bananas nnd So plcuso remember mo on Thanksgiving. candy. from THERE IS NOTHING IN IT IRENE KINO. ur e, Denr Santa: Please bring me a There is nothing in Life Insurance sled mul sweetheart and candy, nuts us nn investment. It is nil in prodolls, working box, stove nnd n conl tection. THE MACCABEES hot. Yours. million dollars surplus, LUCILE AND LOUISE WATERS. With ten furnish tho best protection in ense Denr Santns I want a football, of death, sickness or accident. , Costs Less And Pays More n sled ii writing desk-- a book and It Promptly Fiiit nnd cap, Let mo tell you about it. A. C. SINE, ROHERT WOODS EMRRY. Deputy State, Commander, Denr Snntn: I' wnnt a big doll Stanford, Ky. a wntch, a ring with protty "sets a sewing box, n writing desk nnd chair When you have n cold get a bottle it little cooking stovo a box of child's' to of Chamberlain's Cough Remedy. It writing paper. Take some the poor children. will soon fixiyou up nil right and wi'l ward off any tendency toward pneuPEARL EMRRY. monia. This remedy contains no Dear Mr. Snntn: Wil you please opium or other narcotia and may bring mu whnt I ask for. I won't usk for much of you. PIcuse bring bo given as confidently to a baby as m u nice doll uud orange, candy. to an adult. For sale by all deal- - one-thir- Helhtanger, has kept so hobcr for the pu.,t three jr.. :vths thnt he has, driven from hipRyestraw without hitting a btump. Prof. Sup Spradlm of tho Wild Nniou school has purchased a new pair of shoes and they hurt his feet so badly he expelled two pupils yesterday. Tobo Hoseley says he is awful glad Kentucky went Democratic last Tuesduy but ho expects to got more direct benefits out of the two possums ho cuught on that night. Sim Flinders bad tho doctor to come from Tickville Monday night to see his wife. The doctor did not want to come very badly as he knew he would never get any pay for it. Tho thermometer at the home of Washington Hocks got out of fix Friday morning and registered 81 degrees below zero. Ab a consequence Wush and lus family are threatened with pneumonia Miss Hostctta Hocks who is probably the nices Judy in Ilogwullow is so modest ubout her skirts when crossing a bad place in the roud that she lifts only hcreycbrows. The postmaster who has been comfortubly sented on tho west side of the stove for the past few weeks was compelled to move his chair around to the cast side yesterday on account of a leak in the roof. Miss Flutie Belcher lihs called off her engagement to wed ono of tho Henstep boys who resides n tho . Buzzard Knob It is rumored only marrying him for that she was his money, but ho spent it Saturday night. Sidney Hocks became intoxicated Saturday evening and tried to drive his yoke of steers into the post office, but fuiled on account of tho door being too narrow. There have been many other complaints recently on account of the narrowness of the door nt the V .0. sec-tin- H I I i i ! . ld 20,000 pcoplo read each issuo of the I. J. Aro you talking to them through un adT vf- ! bo-fo- ro Chamberlain's Stomach and Liver Tablets do not sicken or gripe, nr,d may be taken with perfect surely by tho most delicnto women of t!o youngest child. '11(0 old and feeble will also find them a most suitable ren.cdy for aiding and strength! nil. their weakened digestion and for regulating the bowels. For wale by nil denlers, v"-m: THE STANFORD worthy, Intelligent nnd Scnntors and Representatives composing the next General AssemEstablished 1872 bly, nnd I liclicvo they will mnko a HELTON M. 8AUFLEY,...Publlher record which will bo recorded by nil ns sntlofnctory .nnd honorable. Anions the most important meas11 A YEAR STRICTLY IN ADVANCE ures endorsed by tho Democratic altered at the rtwlofflce at Htan. platform nnd supported by tho candidates for office at the lat election second class mall. Sard nnd to which both state offices and General Assembly POLITICAL ANNOUNCEMENTS. members of the nrc pledged nrc the following, which nt the present timo I must not dhFer County Judqe. T. A. Rice announces his cnndi-dnc- y otis nt length : More efficient nnd moro practical for Connty JuJro of Lincoln county, subject to tbe action of tho common school system nnd eduof the stnto democratic party. cational institutions wisely an economically administerenndi-dao- y M. F. North announces his for County Judgo of Lincoln ed, nnd woman's suffngo in school county, subject to tho action of tho elections. Wise nnd conservative laws ns will Democratic party. encournge rond and bridge building, For Jailer. nnd reasonable stnto nid where each Peyten Parrlsh announces his county first does its part. candidacy for Jailer of Lincoln Revision of the tax system by county, subject to the action of tho submission to a vote of tho people Democratic party.. whether or not they desire to adopt GeOTfle DeBorde announces his nn amendment to our State Concandidacy for Jailer of Lincoln coun stitution broadening the powers of ty subject to tho action of the demo- - the General Assembly o thnt it may cratie party, classify properly for the purpose of Dink Farmer is a candidate for taxation. Jailer of Lincoln county subject to I Chnngo in the present method of tho action of the Democratic party, selecting the Prison Commissioners ,of the state nnd the rcmovnl of all i politics from the management of our Gov. McCrenry's inaugural adpenal institutions, dress rings clear and truo upon tho Creation of a Department of Bank tfcHpblisibility of the democratic ing providing for competent inspcC' tiou of nil our statu financial insti- rmrfr . .. , Vi ilnmnprntin mpmlipr nf tUUOnS, l.i1roa Election of United States Sena tho legislature can afford to do oth- - tors liv fliA ilirprt vnln nf tho noo- crwise tliiin stnuu squarely witii ' .. tho Governor on these issues. The and Organization people of the stato nro going to nmong farmers and organization among laboring watch their members at this com- and INTERIOR JOURNAL STANFORD, KENTUCKY The Interior Journal nnd abovo tho political ambitions of nny mnn. nnd it docs not havo to bo paid to sav so. Washington Irving, in his Knickerbocker's history of New York, snys, "A'shrcwd ordinanco of Char-onda- s, the Ixii'.rinn legislator, anxi-ion- s to preserve tho judicial code of of the state from the additions and amendments of country members and seekers of popularity, ordained thnt whoever proposed a new law should do it with a halter about his neck, whereby in case his proposition were rejected, they just hung him up; nnd there the matter ended." The Kentucky Legislature is soon to meet nnd wcro the ordinance of Charondas effective in this Btnte, the sitty legislative days would bo occupied in tho consideration of I'm different measures than these which tho representatives from Hull-skithe Hluo Grns the Pcnnyrile nnd the cities will endeavor to have handed over to tho governor for Oh! for n Kentucky signature. Chnrondas. -n, CHRISTMAS You can't put it off only this week u 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 things or beauty they last for years, they never change their colors or handle or cover. Any price. $5, $7.50, $10, $12.50, $15, and $20. SUIT CASES. Everybody uses them. You can't travel these days with out one. We sell only the "Lilley" cases and hand bags and the Lilley make of hand luggage stands In its line like the STETSON hat or the NETTLETON SHOES do in their line right o ntop. Our Lilley suit cases Our leather cases in in reed and artificial leather are $2.50 to $3.50. genuine cowhide at $5, $7 and $10 And our imitation Walrus at $12.50 and $15 are Ideal articles. Our Lilley hand bags In leather at ...$5 and $7.50 Genuine horned alligator at $12.50 Are simply fine. WE have so much JOHN B. STETSON, HEADWEAR. that we hardly know what to tell you about ftrsfT acknowledged by all, the best soft hat hi the session; nnd watch not only men. Such laws ns will under appropritheir votes on the bills themselves ate penalties destroy all corrupt lobbut how the members vote on the bying. Extension of the present local oppreliminary work. A bill tho people want is very often killed by jug- tion law. Direct primary election law. gling beforo it over has n. chance to Explicit and effective corrupt come to a vote. Yet members who practice law. helped throttle it in advance of a The finances fjf the stnto shall vote will sometimes say they "want- suffer no detriment which it mny ed to support the measure but it be possible for mo ns Governor to prevent. never enma to a vote." Listen to what McCreary says on the partj's pledges to ho people: . Editor Alvcrson, of the Lawrence-Th- e platform on which tho Demo- - 0UrK jjews ventures the assertion cratie party won a great victory at tlint all of tho cidtorial and news tho last election places important matter favorable to a primary in responsibiliny on our party, nnd the this congressional district or favor-dut- y of complying fully with the nble to tho candidacy of Congress-platforpledges not only rest on man Helm for is paid every Democrat elected on the stato j for by him nt so much a line. Now, ticket but also upon every Derao- - those who know our good friend cat of tho Geueral Assembly and will readily agree with us that thcro nil Democrats aro interested in a is no ono in the district more com faithful compliance with tho plat- petent to pas3 upon a "paid" propform and the incoming administra- osition but here is one time ho got tion and the General Assembly off at tho wronsr olnce. Not one should feel empowered nnd com- line that the Interior Journal has utpelled to enrry out tho pledges of tered editorially has ever been paid I for or ever will be, for our editorial tho platform. am in favor of complying with column is not for sale at any price, I every declaration of tho Democratio . And, furthermore, not ono lino of platform adopted ut tho Inst stnto ' news matter has been paid for nor convention, and to thoso who aro has nny of tho news matter we have chnrged with the sovereign functions run been paid for ns advertising, of legislation I took with confidence We have stated our honest convic-an- d tions in our editorial columns, ns satisfaction for prompt crntion in the enactment of laws re-- ; we nlwajs expect to do una liavo quired by the platform which are as told the truth as wo saw it, in our Tho Interior Jour-cvimportant and necessary ns were news columns. considered by tho members of nal stands for tho fulfillment of the democratic party's pledges made nny General Assembly. Kentucky is fortunnto in having in the recent stnto campaign over ing m i co-oer We read last week in the Burlington Recorder: "Tho Warsaw Independent has absorbed tho Warsaw Leader, a very sprightly little paper. There was not room in Gallatin county or two papers and the weaker had to succumb." And again in tho Murray Times: "Tho remains of the defunct Gazetto were sold at bankruptcy sale last Saturday for $46." All of which is the outcomo of trying to run two papers in a town. Yet every once in n whilo somebody, who has an nxo to grind or who docs not like tho way we run the M. J., talks of starting nnothcr paper in Stanford. If such is over done, its obituary, liko the above, will bo duly nnd soon nftcr published in this paper without nny charge as was done n .few times in the 1. J.'s 40 years' life. one-pap- er world. We have possibly 25 styles In almost every color and style fer young men and old In smooth and rough finish In both soft ami stiff $350 to at $2 to $350 The cheaper grades In all the new rough goods we can show you a great many. FOOTWEAR. SHOE TRADE, THAN THESE "MENZIES," "WITCH ELK," WALKOVER," "NETTLETON, Memles, 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 calf skin at $4 and $5 , Patents and tans at Nettleton a fine shoe in every detail for particular men and for men $6.00 who want and wear only the best a 1 WE FEEL THAT WE HAVE THE CREAM OF THE WAS THERE EVER A BUNCH OF BETTER ONES NECKWEAR our cases arc brim full of the neatest 25c, 50c and $1. newest neckwear the market furnishes at Silk handkerchiefs at 25, 50c and $1 As is the case every Christmas Silk sox Silk hose Sock supporters '...a 1 50c and $1 50c $1, and $I5 0c, 25c and 60c In Collar buttons, cuff buttons, stick pins, fact everything that a man wears Who would have thought that Shclton Saufley of the Stanford, Interior Journnl, was marked absont when tho roll was called on inauguration day? Argus iu Louisville Herald. A touch of tho grip which hnd us feeling for a while ns if we really didn't care whether we lived or died is our excuse. We never regretted a single thing in our lives as much as we did missing the big event, and will tell you something confidential: Wo were not tho only member in our family who was sorely disappointed cither. Tailoring Department In our basement we have repair man a first-clas- s pressing and reCleaning, pairing done quick and well H. J. McRoberts, o 0 0 0 0 0 --. Leave your garments with us for cleaning or Stanford, That Christmas Cake Will Taste Better than Usual if Made Out of Kentucky. 0 0 & 0 m a At Our Xmas & LOOK! 0 Fruit Window 0 s 0 0 tit 0 0 0 0 0 01 00100l00100i?b01O00000 0 H 0 0 0 0 0 Another Stock ... 0 jj 0 m 0 g Stanford, Ky. 0 0 0 0 O 0 0 0 0 0 0I0i0B0Ol00100lO0100Ha0 Wtf 0 To-morrow, ei o$stco3"oeO0"oaoa o The State Redislricting Commission will report to tho Legislature u number of changes in the congressional districts of tho stato so as to innke them more equal in population. By tho plan proposed, the Tenth and the Eleventh ilisirinin will be made certain republican and nil inc other districts safely democratic. It is proposed to tnfcn C.na. ey county from tho Eleventh nnd unrK irom the Tenth and add them to the Eighth. THELMA YOUNG BAUGHMAiTS Fancy Patent No. 1, Flour. if we are not telling you the truth. You can get a sack from any grocery in Stanford, and almost air in the county. Try a Sack this Week and see On Christmas Morning you can make your home-morcomfortable and cheery by using a Perfection Smokeas on any other winter day, e Thelma Eldest daughter of Mr. Craig Young died Thur&duy ,Dec. $. 1911 at tho residenco of her grand fntliqr Undo Hen Hiatt at tho ago of 19 years and 27 days. Sho was . admired bv all for nn.i sunny disposition. To know her was to Jove her. Sho joined tho church and was bantized bv Fldor J. G. Livingston, August 21 1910 and was taithful in attending chureh and Sunday school, ns long as her health would permit. Funeral ser vices were held at Jit. Moriah Friday ,by Mr. J. C. McClary and wore largely attended. Wo extend our deepest sympathy, to tho grief stricken relatives. Another flower was needed To make tho garden fair; ' bo the Saviour called for Tholraa, She was fairest of tho fair. 25 LBS for 75 CENTS J M lr tl. BAUtiHMAN & (o, Stanford. FALL AND WINTER STYLES. My new fall and winter samples are now ready for your Inspection. They comprise the beat on the market can suit anyone as to price who had bla clothes mde U order. A suit ta preferable made to your meaui to ready made clothes. To have them made to measure doesn't cost any more than ready made whea quality Com 1b aid and fit la conaldered. let me take your meaaure. H. C. RUPLEY, The Practical Tailor .., CONCRETING of Waaralapoiltlontodoallklodt , aach at Block Work. PaTm.ni and. In faot. wtran make any thing from a home down to a feaoe pott. Wa can us.rrc yon promptly and guarant.e work and material. (Jail and g.t oar prlc.i bafora you boy yonr material at leait. oou-eratlflrit-ola- Prescriptions. jft mil iimts tA health mutt PHILLIPS BROS., Stanford. Kentucky guardtd, particularly now in eAanyimy stm- tons. 7)o what you tan to prevent jieJb nets, but it it eomtt plact tAt re sponsibiliiy of supplying tho mcm'ieintJt on us. Sftriny avert pre- seription to us and Anow that you yat tht most active druys,. carefully and honestly compounded, for host results to tht patitnto always, it carefully less Heater. ;icrECTioi Mimui tenia) Warmth U quickly at your service, read (or uee ia aay You will need it a a tupplcae&tary heater when note emergency. extra cold spelli cove. Later you wil find it jurt the thfcg (or tee changeable weather of early apring. The Perfecsea Heater i light and eady carried. It a tale In the atfeet and ntott reliable healer Made. tee hand of n chM Drama fimked ekher m blue enamel er plain steeL wife nickel trimming aa ornament to any room. A apaaal aHmaah'c danea aukea noli bpoHibU. Al pa aae CaolkaadUi cUsjtttop. cIctMd. CaKoafoMsbtaaaiMboua. You You You You will will will will miss her by tho firo side see tho vncant chair, miss her at tho table, miss her everywhere. Wrd7iw lk$"'i . Iu She has ceased irom all her sufferings Her troubles now are o'er Sho has gone to meet her mother On the bright celestial shore. PLENTY OF LUMIER ON HAND Weep not for her, dear loved ones Sho has crossed the stormy tide. Sho awaits yon now in glory Safe on the other side. Penny's 2)rty Storc, Stanford, JContucky, Fer interior decorating we carry and recommend ALABAST1NE, the beautiful wall coating. Call and see samples of tint and ask us about it for all purposes. So If ou want to build a house, a barn, a chicken coop, a dog bouse or a fence, come PROTECT YOUR HORSE We have here for tbe materials. Also yourself when driving this cold all sorts and sizes in both rough weather. We are headquarters for and finished lumber and if we can. Horse blankets, lap robes and car- not suit yon in kind, quantity, qualriage beaters. And all horsemen's ity and price, nobody can. , Standard Oil Company UaeorperalaO Deur father live for Jesus Each, day that is passing by And then you will meet yonr darling HupulieH. In land beyond the sky. BEULAIl J. HAZLETT. J. C. MiCLARY, ttaftfeTtf. Ky. J. A. ALLEN, yUHitri, Ky. 0 friMWM.n HM , . a! ni.i THE STANFORD PERSONAL and SOCIAL SHORT LOCALS. INTERIOR JOURNAL STANFORD, KENTUCKY 2 '"" Krmtrw A. JtewyoRXS0- Wanted to buy $000 or $700 plnco Iir. J. H. Owsley if nblo to lift up inn Stanford. Inquire nt this Mice. ngnin nftcr n Bliort spell. Mrs. V. S. Dcnlinm npcnl several See our nice. rcBh stock of the days in l)nnillo lnut week for ChriRtmns. T. 1). Kcwlnnd. guet of Mrs. Kiln Hulchlns. K. C. Walton Hpcnt noeral dnyn Another shipment of Christmas vlth his lirotlicr W. 1'. Walton in Queens nro received today. W. II. -- Stiwirt'i Rittiunnt STEWART DRY GOODS CO. )etfyoRK$Tone. IN Islington last clork, i1n week. Higvins. 100-- 1 AEYY yoK JP COME TO LOUISVILLE AT OUR EXPENSE. JJeyy yoirf. Prnlh Floor sTore Noonday lunch 35 lunch Room and Sedt Fountain CBNNICTION WTTM MoMtCaV C., NCW VON. IUmnt STORE E. C. Gnrmnn, tho popular moil wnH on tho nick list several last Mi week. For Dent My new cotlngo on Port inn n avenue. Hath nnd nil modern conveniences. Wm. Stone. lo Frith returned For Sale Six Mammoth Urnnzo liodhcnd Monday nftcr nn extendgobblers. Mrs. Wm. Motheny Staned visit to friend here nnd in Doyle. t. Miss AnndM). Wnrren in in Louis-vill- c ford, Ky., taking special conrso in llrynnt Xmns goods in a largo variety nt nnd titration's" business college. 00t Mueller's. v .Mr. nnd Mrs. John Dall spent nnd Sundav with the homo Oysters, celery, cranberries, minco folk nt WnvncHlmnr. ment, fruits nnd nuts. Ocorgo II. 03-tMrs. L. 0. Oooeh is very low nt Farris. home in Wnynesburg nnd her her ninny friend nro very unensy over For Sale Pure bred Mammoth her condition. Drome Turkeys. Mrs. J. N. Cash. Mr. S. II. Shanks linn been confined to hiit home in tho country for For Xmns presents tlmt will hoveml days with n lind rase of please nnd bo a joy forever. Go tc Mueller's Jewelry Store tf Ijrip. 01-2Sal-urdnf. lrettn 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. . K- ..V'rfl - Do Your Holiday Shopping in . Mrs. W. J. Doiier, who has licen with her huohnnd in tho wiuth for hevrrnl weeks, (nine home to spend ('hrihtnms with her parents Mr. and Mrs. K. T. Pence. Mrs. Fred Onrnett went to Crnli Orchard Monday to join Mr. flnniett who i "mnking good" ns tho L. fc K. day man in thnt hustling little city. Dr. It. V. .Tom-- , of Crnli Orchard, has bi'cn visiting hi parents, llev. nnd Mrs. h. V. Joues. Iondon Sentinel. Mr. nnd Mrs. It. 0. Hampton carnc np from Lebanon Junction Inst week and Kjxmt several days with I hn homo folks. Mr. nnd Mrs. Jnmes II. Woods nro rejoicing over the arrival of nu other Hwrct little daughter who at their pretty new home in the country last week. Miss I.ucy Lee Walton came homo Snturday night from Wnrd's Seminary, Nashville, to spend Christmas mid the holidays with her father nnd brother here. Mr. nnd Mrs. Walter 0. Walker nro receiving tho congratulations of their friends upon tho arrival of their in a sweet little daughter homo on Sunday evening. Mr. nnd Mrs. John Charles Osborne, of Knoxville, Tenn., eumo down Sntuday to spend tho Christmas holidays with Mrt.. Oxborno's mother, Mrs. Charlotte Warren. Mrs. Ultra Hundley returned homo Mondny after besornl mouths Kpent nt Helena, Ark. Sho hays bho hi back in old Kentucky for good and that there is no place on earth like dear old Stanford. nr-iv- Thcro will bo a business meeting of tho Ilustonvillo Dnptist church on Tuesday nfternoon at 2:30 1. M. All the innnWrt are urged to bo present. Now lot of furniture Denzley. Louisville and at Louisville's Christmas Store OurMail OrderDepartmenf Will ServeYou just in. 90-2- 1. J. L. For Street. store. Sule. My homo on Miller Fred Kichcnbergcr., Dooms for rent over Thos. Fence's W. A. Tribble, Stanford, Ky. My selection in watches nnd in clocks tho largest ever. W. II. Mueller. OCtf 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. SplendidlyReadyinHolidayMerchandise We are prepared to ins.Jl hot water and hot air heating, plumbing 81-t- f. one, Conn Dros., Lancaster, can take tho "shako" out of your old shotgun, repair your gun or doorlock. Prices reasonable. Call me nt I. J. offlcc. D. Dallou. 90tf 1 For Sale Privntcly My houseMrs. hold nnd kitchen furniture. 99tf Lclin Cook. Diamond If you want a hot fire use New 's nnd Hex coals from yards. Dcn-ham92-3- 1. Ilclinblo pirty would like to rent a good farm. Pest of references. 91-tf Lock Pox '.Ml, Stanford. only the W. S. Fish represents best and strongest Insurance Let him keep vou protected. com-onni- I will sell my homo on East Main street on very easy terms. See mo if you nro looking for a good Iiol priced right. II. C. Ruughmnn. BEE LICK NEWS. Mr. Daid Proctor out ngain, W. K. Taylor 1ms a. sick little girl nt this writing. J. M. Reynold who has been .in to attend to business U in bad health, M. M. Taylor who has been clerking in J. M. Reynold's Htoro for the past threo weeks will soon leave for Louisville to uiuko his future home. W. R. Drown nnd family of Ottawa, will soon lenvo for Louisville The Lyons Lumber Company, is doing u good business nt thisplaco Mr. John Scott was in ML Vernon last Snturday on business. W. M. Scott lost a fi.io horso by being kicked by nnother horse. W. A. Owens hns moved into his new house. J. M. Roynolda is cleaning out his cntiro stock of goods nt a low price. A" GOOD Prick stono room for rent on corner of Main nnd Lnncnstcr streets, opposite court house. Possession Jnnunry 1, 1912. J. S. Hooker 98-t- f An cxnminntion for appointment to tho State Normal School at Richmond, Ky. will bo held in my G. Singlo-to- n, olllee Dec 29th, 1911. 09tf Snpt. 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. Every wanted need finds its satisfaction in the myriad of Christmas things which are displayed in the 61 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 ACCOMMODATION DESK Second Floor LADIES' WAITING ROOM-Th- ird Floor TOYLAND-Fou- rlh Floor U able to bo MAN MENTIONED. ' from Garrard county at tho last session of the Legislature is an anfor Assistant nounced candidate Clerk of tho House. He already has ft laigo following and his friends Bay he will prove a formidable factor iu tho race. Oscar Wicker, of Crittenden county, who served in this capacity in the last House, is also a cafididate. It is quite likely dates for this place, which is one of the best in the gift of the nouse. Louisville Times. J. O. Piogle, who was Repescntn-tiv- o I am agent for the International There is a great difference In life Insurance policies. Mutual Benefit gasoline, engino and feed cutters. Best on tho market. J. L. Bcazley, Tho I. J. is going to make a gen- Policies are superior.' I can show eral cleaning up of its list the first you. Why not buy the best? R. M. A Uyomei outfit costs only $1 at of January. Wo simply ennnot af- Newland Agent. Penny's Drug Store, and he guarantees it. It is worth $50 to any ford to send, the paper to thoso who Omo Cttt or Toledo. I jjufforor from catarrh, asthma, will not puy for it and pay promt- - BMT cr LDCU ODVKTT. I U run J. Cuinit nutM Mlh th4t b Oo. Malor coughs colds and cutarrhal deafly. dolni imrtwT ( tb Brm ol V. J. Cumit bwlQM la Ui Cllr ot Telnjo. COuntf anJ HUt ness brcatho it. kforouM. and that M11 turn vUl py Um ram ot ONK HUNUntU bOLLARfl lor rath and crrry Tho best hunting luck nny of the tut ol CATitu thil Momol t curxl tf tue UM ol Wo have dissolved our partnerCAT1U1I 11U. -,. local Nimrods have had so far this UlLL'l m nibarrlbtd In mr pnarncc ship and respectfully ask all who flvnra to full fell to Tom and Alfred Pence, tab IH drbtton and A. !.. ItM. ot Dtotmbtt, o.vo us to call and settle nt onco A. W. GLEASO. I Hill in Rockcastle Arthur nnd Leo NOTiRT Pyiuc. f up last week. They returned with a irkti'a nktAirh rim ta ukrn Intcnmllr and arU as wo need tho money to wind 1)5-- 2 oar affairs. CotToy & Coleman. upon Ui blood and mumus nirtarM ol t 101 birds, secured in tho total of jnVin. Baud lot tMllmoouU. tn Lovel Green country. Most of the Hold tr all PnuglaU. Jit. I respectfully bolicit your subrauu I1IM to, nnaUpalloo. hunters have been reporting birds fait lUU'a scriptions for magazines, newspatery scarce this season, but these hoys found plenty of them nnd Tho quicker a cold is gotten rid pers or any periodicals of any kind. brought them bnck to provo it. They of the lesn tho danger from pneu Subscribe through mo and save mongnvo n nice bird suppor at Cover's monia and other scriouH diseases. ey, timo and trouble. II. L. Steger. rcstnurant to sorao or tlicir close 05tf Mr. U. W. L. Hall, of Wnvelry, Vn. Crab Orchard. friends to provo, it too. "I firmly believe Chamber-Iain- 's Bays: For Sale A Smith Premier typeCough Remedy to bo absolute-l- y For Rent. My home on East tho best preparation on tho mar writer. Has just been rebuilt and is Main Street also small store room. good location for any one who wants ket for colds. I have recommended oerybit as good as new. Can be to go in business and pay low rent it to my friends and they alt agreo bought nt a bnrgain. Anyone lookall dealers. ing for a typewriter should come iu Possession given January 1st II. with me." For sale by and try this one. It can be bought L C. Anderson We are paying highest prices for for less than half what a new maLet me overhaul your Rasoline fresh eggs, chickens and all kinds chine coss, and is as good as a new engine nnd avoid cold wather of country produee. Fields Bros., one. Apply at the Interior Journal D. Ballon. troubles this winter. 93tf ofiae. at the Stanford Meal Market. Leave word at the I. J. offiee. FARM FOR SALE IN BOONE COUNTY The among plicity waate juf " Clm-tl- r ., 09-3- striking features ot cookery the rich Romans were: multiot dishes, the destruction and ot vaat quantities ot material, 250 acres of land 1 milo from tho and the absolute disguising, of flavors Ohio river, 5 miles from L. & N. railby means ot extraordinary combinaroad, good dwelling 2 tenant houses, tions of highly seasoned sauces and largo barn f!0x42 feet, 30 feet high gravies. all in bluo grass und fine tobacco laud. Plenty of water, good black locust timbor. Price $7,500 on easy POSTED payments. Possession at onco address tTtao hunting season Is upon us and B. B. Allphln, Walton, Ky. nearly everyone wonts to post his place. Tho charge Is 25 cents cosh Walton, Ky. . with name.) Herman Birkolz. FLORIDA, CUBA and WESTERN 0. W. Hastv C. T. Willson, C. M. Allen, NORTH CAROLINA. L. 0. Gooch. J. B. Manning lieichenbach Bros. N. II. Plummer, Are near bv and comfoitublv Jacob Gauder reached when you consider that the Fred Von Allman Muttie II. Hewes. S. II. Baughman daily Knihvay operate Sothcm through sleeping cars from St Louis W. P. Belden Fred Von Gruenigan, John Herzog. J. M. Gooch and Lmiisille to Kuoxville, Ashville Wm. and John Huffman. Jacksonville. William Cordier. J. B. Myers. Tourist tickets and Homcseekers' J. W. Baughman. L. P. Nunnelley, J. F. Govtr, Mrs. W. G. AleBee tickets are now on salo by all agents Mrs. Bettie Spoonamore. of tho Southern Railway. G. W. Koger, John M. Carter. Call on any agent for rates and J. B. Camenisch. Mrs. Mattie White other information, or writo for copy Mrs. S. D. Hiatt, Sam Castello of ''Winter Homes iu the South", E. V. Carson. II. C. Baughman, "Land of tho Sky" booklet, to Messer Bros. J. 8. lloeker. J. C. learn, Jr., A. C. P. A. Notice. No one allowed to hunt St.Louis, Ho. ay fans. Fox THiUwl Roman Cookery. CHAPPELL GAP NEWS Misses Emlic and Emma Genaai in from Louisville Saturday to visit their parents.. Uis Marie Popenhagan and Mlag Minnie Getln were the gnesta pf Miss Elsie Long Sunday. Miss Louise Crow was the gutrt ef Mildred Shrnder Sunday. Mr, Jacobs Jesswein is on the iik list. The Farmer's Lfnion are going keep their meeting iij Martin Beit-tor- 's old house. 'Mr. Mike Benton was out hunting ' nnd enught two rabbits Thanksgrv" lag. enmo $ 0 J. C. McClary aS UNDERTAKER & AND EMIAUMKR tTANFORD, . KY bt 4fc fHE STANFORD iUBIOR JOUR NAL STANFORD, KENTUCKY o a m o B Z HOLIDAYS,! t . - XMAS - Cash for Accounts and Notes comes easily nnd direct when yon plnco thoni wilh us for collection. Wo mnko collections nnd look nftcr nnd Cnimdn, claims nnywhero, in tlio United Stntcs nnd mnko no charge- unless wo collect. Hank reference - WE PAY EXPRESS Correspondence Invited. MAY'S COLLECTION AGENCY, Somerset, Kentucky. ORDER BY NAIL Levy's Special , CLOTHES FROM US AND 3. J uo S to oe rememoereu. wi ii .a.. vou that it is better to present sub- 0 ... T! 11 ! S stantial gifts, like the following list: O 0 0 1 1 J. ..- - .C re I - rf friend: - fi THE FARMERS Christmas Goodies Mc-Cnrt- y, SAVE MONEY. Levy's Special Boys' of Pants .... H t We have n buyer for n farm ot about 100 acres well improved nnd you have- anything near on pike this, list it with us. Hushes & C2tf is making our store his liendqitnr-tcr- s Stanford. For Salt. A few nlco ment hogs; this year, for tho nicest Cnn-die- s, V. II. weight 200 to 300 pounds. Fruits, Nuts etc., ever seen in 05-- 2 Murphy, Phono 09- -3 rings. We Handle None But the Best. SANTA CLAUS Our stocks ro o lame Mutt you lme evtiry style nnd pattarn, nnd alia, and ahap from which to elnctt and vrs raaka buying BY MAIL, Juat aa oaay and aatlafaotdry aa you can do It in the atora. We bare special thlnita that you can Ret KOWHKHK KL8B, auch aa I Suits lor Men SI Suits with 2 pairs M M 0 ' M o 0 m 0 m m 0 0 0 0 fit o & 0 0 JL Shoes Box of Collars 0 Box of Shirts U Selection of Ties Mufflers from 25c to $7.50 0 Holeproof Socks. Handkerchiefs 0 Silk Socks Traveling Bags Stylish Hats 0 Over Coat Kid Gloves Suit 0 m Aviation Caps Umbrellas. 0 Suspenders m Sweaters 0 0 0 m 0 m 0 U A full line of Novelties that are new 0 m 0 Call and take a look. m 0 For 0 v.nnd on Snlc. 50 OUenhcim Cummins & Wearen Stanford, - 01 Kentucky. 0 o 0 0 o 0 0 & OW00 0 1&U&U&M&10 0 0 00 0 00 0 0 Z&0000000 0 0 m 0 10 0 0. 0 CHRISTMAS goods of every description. Something for old and young can be found by calling on us. The variety is so great that it will suit the pocket book of : : : rich and poor alike. ! acres of timber pike Frank Cole- tnan, Koulc, jl isiauioru, For Sale. 800 bushels of shelled oats, 200 bushels orchnrd grass seed, COO bales timothy liny, C fancy Polled Durham weanling bull cnlvcs A No. 1. I)uroc Jersey boar. A. W. 9S-t- f. Carpenter. Moreland, Ky. J. Frank Smith sold n part of hi) tobacco crop nt the Danville Tobacco Warehouse last week. He took over 'J.UOO pounds of tho weed and it brought him nu average of $13.27, running all tho way in price Ho hns a from $4.70 to $20.75. good lot left that he think-- will rank just as high. Jim Messer sold 17 horse tnuh'S at miction at the slock yards court day. They brought an norngo of $117. Various parties bid for them to speculate with them. J. A. Robinsou shipped a car load of mighty nico young mules to Blakcley Ga., over the L. & N., last Saturday. Mr. Kobinson went on south with them himself and will sell them to tho cotton growers. W. Q. Hysinger nnd Georgo Itog-cr- a sold their Rockcastle farm last week to a Mr. Ward of Owsley county for $2,100. d Came to my place n red boar. Owner can get same by paving for his keep nnd this 100-- 3 C. E. Tate. and rinsced A car of cotton seed meal just received . J. H. Ha ugh 100-wan & Co., uo-oi? ld 300-pounndver-tisemc-3. Stanford. All And nil tho Lending Lines of fybh stock nnd at prices ov- FURNISHINGS. HATS AND SHOES. , er body can afford to pay. C. L. Govir Restauranteur CATALOG rrlitlSJS. SAMPLESlarre WE ALSO SEND FREE. We Issue a Members Illustrated catalog-- , whloh w. send free on request. Mention this paper and write ua fully for anything you want in our line, and you'll get a prompt and satisfactory answer. And If anything you buy here ia not exactly what you want it may bo reiurneu anu your nunBt win u imzueuiaieiy AitrunuKU. Stanford, Ky. A House Established Tke Bright Spot. RulrMd Fires Retooled at Certain Tiocs. Retail MerchinU Associati'so. SO Yearn Ago. The Largest In lis Line. When words fail bend your girl n box of "Dolly Varden" candy, She'll like it. LEVY'S LOUISYILLE, KY. Thursday, Dcrcmucr to the film? of winch pucr mnl the ninkin - of said motion J. S. Owdej mid 0 I J. riorenee, nttor-iiey- s for the petitioners objected nnd it nppenrin;! to the court that said I'. M. McKobcrN did not represent any person hoe name wax Mailed In the petition ukiii (or .iid election overruled his motion to file Mild paper and overruled hw motion to , ,1( .nr'inK ot said cause, Am) tllor,,,,tl t,0 petitioners by I, uiir nnilrm. deposited with the (ourt c mim f $l7: j,,.,,,,. ,lc amount Hxeil bv the lourt as nco- Miry to ditray ihe exjiensc tif rniiil election nnd the petitioners moved the court that Maid eaie lie heard nnd tho court MMtnmed snid motion. And it appearing to the court that nt a ppecial lenu of this court held Friday, December 8th, 1011 .1 vvrittin petition was tiled and notrd tltlmlwr llf .if tii.ir.l kti.ti. .1 li otrai M)t).w , ,,tl,.i. of the precincts , , nnJ ,f I(ill.(i,r ummlv ., ; , until 11)11, pie-piilii- Third and Matitt, Iicpoit of CRAB ORCHARD hii-im- Condition of CO. BANKING Our house is replete with Xmas 0 0 . "I hnd seen trouble with constipation for two years and triednll of the best physicians in Bristol, Tenn., nnd they could do nothing for me," writes Ths. E. Williams, Middlesboro, Ky. "Two packages of Chamberlain's Stomach and Liver Tablets cured me." For sale by all dealers. PUBLIC SALE! Having sold my farm I will sell at public auction at the old Wm Hig-gi- 0 0 0 0 Stanford, Ky. 0 0 fiqt1&00000000 0 00000000&0& Hughes, Martin & Co. for the ensuing year will be held at its hanking office in Stanford, Ky., on the second Tuesday in January Tho regular meeting of the share1012 which is January 0th 1912. II. holders of I.ihcoln County National C. Itaughman, Cashier. dirUank of Stanford, Ky., to elect ectors for tho ensuing year will be NOTICE TO SHARE HOLDERS NOTICE TO STOCKHOLDERS I held at its banking office in Stanford, Ky., on the second Tuesday in The regnlur meeting of the stockJanuary 1912 which Is January 9th holders of the Crab Orchard 1912. W. M. Bright. Cashier. Company, of Crab Orchard, Ky., I to elect directors for the ensuing NOTICE TO SHAREHOLDERS. yeM. vil, be hdd at its banking of. ifioe in Crab Orchard on the socond The regular meeting of the share- - Tuesday in january 1912 which is George D. Boone, holders of The Pirst National Bank January 0, 1912. J. C. Bailey, n, F. D. No. 1, Stanford, Ky., of Stanford, Ky., to elect directors Cashier. tvto-hon.e farm, four miles west of Crab Orchard, on: Wednesday. December 20, 1911 The following property: 5 head of horses, 1 good work mare in foal to florse. 1 good family mare not ufraid of auto or train, 1 horse, horse, 1 my fine coach stallion Mikado, 27 head of cattle, 10 yearling steers, 2 springers, Jersey heifers, 2 Jersey cows. 7 heifers, 1 pair oxen, weight 3,000 pounds, 1 binder, 1 cultivator, 1 mower, 1 rake, 1 wheat drill, fcrti- iher, 1 turning plow, 1 wagon good or new. i douulo shovels 1 buggy, 1 buckboard, 2 sets of buggy harness, 1 cooking stove, nnd other household and kitchen furniture too numerous to mention. Col. J. P. Chnndlor, Auct., Terms made known on day of eale. five-year-o- ld ld doing at Crab Orchard, county of Lincoln, Mute if KenNOTICE OF ELECTION on tucky nt the clo.-- c of hiwiur the oth day of December 1011. Iti'Kiilnr term Lincoln comity court Resources: I10M Jlth ilny oC DecwnlitT, 1011, Loaiw and Discounts . . . ?o8,5t!) . 1. Itniley .tmlci' o,'-"14 Hon. .lainr-Due from Banks 0 3,010 08 Actual cash on hand. In Ke J. G. Weather-forand oiliOverdrafts- i. er?, petition for locnl option $622 30 Secured., 1.51)0 12 Unsecured Upon the hearing of the above 2,218 42 .styled eau-- e, I. M. McItobertH, an Current miiensca nnd 1,819 57 Attormy, apiwared before the court Inses. paid and moved the court to file a cer- 1,500 Kenl Kstote tain paper, which ho then pn.ented, Furniture and' and which is in words and tijjnn-1,500 Fixtures 3,000 00 as tollovYs: "In re J. U. Wenthcrfonl and otli- Tij cn., petition for local option elec.$73,874 Totnl tion. Now comes J. A. Allen, C. K. Liabilities: Tate L. U. (ioouIi, W. It. SlliBleton, Capital stock paid in Y. Hallard. (1. C. Hiffe, S. 0. 1.1,000 00 H. in cash Itufus Lipps, Jnmot Yowcll, Surplus f 2,000 .00. . . W. A. Cot fey nnd other citizens, L ndirided nnd oters in Lincoln county pfWit 3,223 13 ami movul the court to .5,223 13 Kentucky, continue the hcaniu,- - ot tin case, Deposits on which intern,unttlThuid.iy December I Ith.JOll is not paid ..41,2.il 42 42 in older that the nbovo persons and 41.2.U r.i liur itibiiiu1 lik Iti li iIil tn vf knlfl .Votes nnd bills redis- i.l.kitt jn ttmv linv'A at rtnwurt itnl t 00 $0,000 coiuited to exniniue the list of petitioners Bills j'mvnble ...0,400 00 all per12,400 00 filed herein, to the cud thut sons fchjninK snid petition, who arc whose names $73,874 35 not legal voters, und Total ire improperly signed and apjear State of Kentucky county of Lin thereon may be stneken therefrom, coln set: and they state nnd nre advised und .1. C. Bailey Cashier of the 1, believe thai said ctitions do not above named bank, do nolemnly is contain a sufficient number of lepil swear that the above statement petitioners to authorize this court Uue to the best of my knowledge and paid election, und this motion to J. C. BAILEY, Cnslner. belief. is made in j;ood faith and not for Subscribed nnd sworn to before of delay. They htnte that me bv .1. C. Bailey this 10th day of purioses u id petition was only filed on FriDecember 1911. My commission ex day December 8, 1911 and they hat pires January 25th 1912 John Ed- had no time to make it careful exmiston Notury Public. amination of said lists, which conW. E. Perkins J. It. Curtis Goer, tains about 17.10 names,"' nnd the Collier. Directors. attorneys thereon moved the court to continue the hearing of this oaute ss 7-irlec-tioi- .... ,.,,, s 11 - , V ' J.L.Beazley&Oo AND UNDERTAKERS OEAU-EALSO MATFURNITURE, IN TINGS, RUQ8. THEY WILL R RHEUMATISM r Dr. Whitehall's RHEUMATIC REMEDY For IS yer a Suadad Rtmedr for all forms of Rheumatism, lombseo, sore muscle, stiff or iwoISn f'oot, It quickly relitTet the eifcr paint) reduces the fem, and ellmlntte the poison from the irtum, fjO ctnt a box at drujglits. m frmm Mai Mm YhHm FURNITURE EXCHANGE FOR ALL KINDS OF STOCK. GIVE THEM A CALL PRICE RIGHT. in Haul heveral precincts nt the reipilar November election, 1911 nskim; that an election be held in Hind Lincoln county on Februnry If), 101 for the purpose of tnkiiiR the smt-- of the legal voters of snid county who arc qualified to vote nt nn election for county officers, upon the proposition whether or not ppintuous vinous or innlt liquors shall be sold, bartered or loaned in Lincoln county, nnd asking that the piorision of the law and prohibition be npplied to drup;;istH, and this day came said petitioners nnd moved the court to chter an order ilircetinfr snid election to be held ns r.skcd in snid petition, ami it to the court upon the proof il henrd in open court upon said that the signatures to snid petition nm true nnd penuine signatures: of the persons whoso tinmes appear thereon, mid that tho petitioners nre ep;nl voters in their respective precincts in said Lincoln A Copy. county ns tct forth 111 snid petition, Attest: G. U. COOPER, nud that tho repilar election held Not ember 7th, 1911, is the Inst pre coln County Court. mo-tio- ceding genernl election held in snid county, ami thnt there nre 13 voting precincts in (.aid county, and that the number of petitioners from each of &aid voting precincts is iqual to und more than 'J.r cr cent ol the votes repectltely enst in Hnid precincts nt the regular November (lection, 1U11, which is the last preceding genernl election held 111 said county, it is now ordered and ad judged by tho court thnt an election be nnd is hereby ordcicd to bo held in Lincoln county, Ky., 011 Snturday February 10th UU'J, for the purpose of taking the sense of the legal voters of snid county, who are qualified to vote nt nn election for county officers, upon tho proposition, whether or not spintous vinous or malt liquors bhall be sold bartered or loaned in said Lincoln county. And U is further adjudged by the court that the provision of thn law mid the prohibition shall npply to druggists. And V. I.. .MeCnrty, Sheriff of Lincolu county is hereby ordered to ucn a polt in each nud nil of the voting precincts of Lincoln county on February 10th 191'.!, for tho pur-ks- o of holding snid lection rus herein ordered, nnd he is directed to publish the order nnd cnll for said election in the Interior Journal n newspajier published nt Stanford, Ky.', for nt least two weeks before the 10th day of Febmnry, 1912, the date of said election, nnd he will nlso ndvertise snmo by printed hand bills posted nt one or more couspicuous places in each voting precinct of snid county for nt least two weeks before said election. The form of thp question to bo plseed on the ballot is ns follows: "Are you in fnvor of the YES sale, hnrter or loan in Lin- coin county, Ky., of spirit-ott- s, vinous or mnlt liquors. NO T,he pmvilnn of tho local option lnw nnd prohibition shnll npply to drntrgists. Clerk Lin 0 O SANTA M M CLAUS Dr. Whitehall Mrlmln . LafayMt. t. steatli ! if . lad. Co. 0 0 0 0 RAINCOATS U p We Pay IS MAKING HIS HEADQUARTERS AT SAUNDERS' STORE, WITH A FULL LINE OF TOYS, JEWELRY SILVERWARE, SILK HOSE, TIES, CHINA AND 0 0 XMAS You will need sonneting new. Wc have every- thing that is suitable for a nice present, for old m well as young people. SILK SOX SILK HOSE SUIT CASES OVERCOATS MUFFLERS SCARFS SUITS SILK UMBRELLA SHOES r- u k wm- - f 0 0 0 0 ! If you want a Goat for all kinds iK of weather buy one of our m m EVERYTHING NICE TO EAT, CANDIES, FRUITS AND Highest Market - Suspenders, Coat Sweaters, Net a 0 Cans Prices For Work and Dress Gloves, Light 0 0 Weight Rubber Coats. ' 0 TURKEYS NUTS. MAIL ORDERS PROMPT- N K M n W. E, Perkins, CRAB ORCHARD, KENTUCKY. u m m KjWK L. LY FILLED. See us before you sell, get prico in couutrv nr delivered. L SANDERS, Grub Orchard, Kentucky. H. B. Norihcott. T. K. Tudor. Mgr. PHONE 153. SAM ROBINSON Stanford, Ky 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 M'i