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VOLUME XXXVIII BELOVED NO. 101. su-.- - STANFORD, LINCOLN HUSTONVILLE NEW CASHIER FOR WAYNESBURG COUNTY. KENTUCKY. FRIDAY, DECEMBER 22, 1911 EVERY TUESDAY AND FRIDA PHYSICIAN DIES AT PARKSVILLE. BANK X Dr. W. A. Brown Succumbs to Grim Reaoer After Lona Known In Illness-- Well t. I Stanford. B The news renchod hero Wednesday morning of tlio denth nt Parks-vill- o of Df. W. A. Brown, ono of (ho most prominent citizens of ilio county of Boyle, nv ono of tlio oldest practitioners in tlio slate. Ho lmd suffered for venrs with a throat troubla and had sought relief in several climates nnd through somo of tho most noted physicians in, tho United States. Last winter ho nnd lib good wife who survives him. spent several months in Orlando. Flit., and ho loft Unit citv feclinir somewhat improved. Hut tho heno-f- it wus of short duration and ho has been in n critical conditsoir .. sineo carlv fall. Dr. Brown wns a most successful practitioner and for nonrlv a half century ho answered calls from the poor nnd rich alike. In fact his goodness to tho poor gnve him the name of tho poor man's doctor. Jor it mnttered not how dark tho nielit nor how lone the rnnd he never failed to answer tho cnll of the poor and . unfortunate. bv Dr. Hrown Is survived tho tl o and wife referred to nbovo children: Mr. J. II. Hrown A. II. of Pnrksvilte. nnd Mcsdnir. Humble., of Seaman. O.. J. Henry Hnnkla. Junction City, and John Has. of Hovlo county. Ho wns nearly seventy venrs of ace and was n citiien of whom any community bad a right to bo proud. Ho was nn undo of Dr. K. J. Hrown. of this citv. who wns devoted to him. , Dr. Hrown wns a man of nlfairs. conversationalist nnd a n Standing high-tnn- d centlemnn nenrlv sit feet four inches, he was appearance n Ivpicnl Kentuekinn in in bis breast there bent as kind nnd n heart n mortal wan ever knew. Tenee to tho nshes or tho grand old irentb-mnnnd mnv his pood deeds on earth be rewarded bv lift eternal in the Innd bevond tho skies. Tlio funeral werviees took place nt Harks vill yesterday morning nfter winch nil that was mortal of the good indulgent father nnd model eitiren wns laid to ret. A I'reate. crowd nllended tho fut'jnil exer-isinitiv coimr from tins conntv to pn their rosoeets n the man whom t' know was to admire. nlc-vsinbus-band, Miss Ilvttio Flovd cntertnincd a number of her 'friends Tuesday evening. Vernon Loir of Moreland pnr"d through hero Wednesday to Casey. Frances Weatherford who is attending school at Icximrton. Vn.. will nrrivc Satunlav for Christmas, Miss Georgia Ncwbeni who is teaching at Knnxvillc. Tcnn will Satuiilav to be with her parents Mr. und Mrs. D. J. Ncwhcrn (1 urine the holidays. Miss Elizabeth Hoclo of Lexington is the truest of the Misses Hoglo of this citv. Carlisle Alcorn will arrive Sundnv to spend from Hiil'o. Oklnhomn. Xmns with Dr. Kdwnrd Alcorn nnd nr-ri- ve Miss Lnrrv M. Alcorn will arrive fom Chicairo Fridav evening to bo Stanley Mcintosh Severs His Conwith Dr. Ed Alcorn nnd fnmilv. nection To Go With Laraer InMr. Oeoreo Miller Oivens of stitution In Ohio was hero Friday"., Miss Mnvino Yancey will leave Satunlnv for MaVlick to spend Stnnlcv Mcintosh, who has been Cliristmns with tho homcfolks. cashier of tho Wavnesbitnr "Deposit Hrnd-fordsvil- ln LETTERS TO SANTA o CLAUS OLD STANFORD COLLEGE LYN- N- FIELDS I MRS. ANNIE ENGLEMAN WINS $10,000 SUIT Is Property of County Board of Pnntilar Education, Says Higher Court. Tho Court of App'cnls Inst week affirmed tho judgment of tho Lincoln Circuit Court in tho suit involving tho disposition of tho old Collego property on Mnin street. Tho lower court held that tho collego became tho property of tho Coun ty High School purposes nnd it is this judgment which tho high court Ynuna Counle Are Made One Bv Rev. J. B. Jones last week. Rev. Surlcs deserves ouitc a lot of credit for the splendid pniver tend and cncoiiraco others to eo. furnish tho best protection Messrs. J fl. Weatherford nnd Howard Camnit. wcro lmntiiiL' hist week in Tennessee. Mirs Jessio Powell is nssUtitnr Adams Hros.. hirimr the holidnvs. Mr. W. M. Lair lost ono of his mules hist Saturday niulit. It is supposed it had colic. Mr. nnd Mrs. Bowman Owens nnd sou of McKinncv wcro hero Monday slioimiiic. incctintr on Thursday eveninir of each week nt the Ilnoti.-- t church. Every one shoulil mnko an effort to at- Wentherford arrived from Philadelphia Fridav to bo Mr. and Mrs. J. 0. Wentherford iluritiL' Cliristmns. .ruson Wesley, of Liberty, wns here Friday. Miss Eddie nnd T. Carpenter wns euoht of Miss Manratet McCormack fnnrilv. J. Klwood vh Hank sinco tho organization of that institution several years neo, lias tendered his resignation to take January 1st. Tho directors accepted it with much rcluctanco and his place wns fillwl bv tho election of Frank MoMev. of McKinncv. The 1 J., is not apprised as to whether Mr. Moblov has had bankin exnert-enc- o but knows trat ho comes from n hisrhlv honored fnmilv and ho is spoken of ns a splendid business man. bnnk is proTho Wavncsburc gressing nicolv and no littlo of tho l:. :.. .!.. M- - rnttitnnli who has ITl'UU IB U"U .lit. .........v".- - " labored faithfully for tho upbuilding of the concern, . Mr. juciuiosn win go to some place in Ohio and tnko tho position of enshier in n big bank Tho I. J., wishes him much success :.. l.:., ..... finl.t nf . nlmr nnd With ...... - I in lll-- l IIV tho rest of his friends regret that ho has seen lit to leavo wncoin county. cf-fe- cf w- MARKSBURY ' i , Danville shonninc Tuesday. Mr. Josiuh H'hIiop is huffcriiiL' with rheumatism in tho left eve. Mr. Mnnrot. of Louis vil'o deliver ed auite on intercstiuir lecture, nt the Hiiptist church Sunday cveniiiL' Miss hlla Iinructt has returned from nn extended western tour. Mr. J. W. Powell bus in his pos session n letter written to hi urnnd father dated J 855 when no enve lopes wcro used nnd senlcd with a red seal and thrcii cents wero paid nt the post office. MihS Luemda Lutes is visitini: re latives iti Lcxinuton this week. Mrs. Richard Scudder nnd son of McKinncv wero heie Sunday. Coleman Lute?, is the truest of friends hero this week. Sylvester Newton will nrrivo from' NO PA?ERN EXT TUESDAY St. Louis to bo vtith tho homcfolks ilurinir Xmns. Powell & Depp sold to J. P. tlnnn Following i: usual custom of giving a Christian- holiday to its em- 03 ewes nt $5 Ptr head. The dour is ployes, nr.d u rest to its readers, scare in this part of Lincoln numbor and the I. J., will isiuo no paper next of the leadimr has caused a to sell sheep misers Tuesday. It will como out as usual their flock. on Fridav. however. . Routt wus in Somerset Joe last week. BRODHEAD Miss Sara Curtis had her foot painfully hurt Moudnv nielit when Owen Cass and Karl Than) wore n heavy chair fell upon it. of the week. in Stanford first Mrs. Ellen Mullnffcv has return-c- d THE MAYOR OF MAYW00D TO homo alter vi.itinir relatives in TO RETURN TO STANFORD. Crab Orchard. Mr. mid Mrs. H. E. ChristieVv left After tryinc country lifo for a est. Wednesday for Blue Ridge. Virginia to bpend Xmas with his couple of years and finding fann parents. ... ing not what it is cracked up to bo, It. K. Albright was in Louisvillo Mr. T. C. Hall, who has been dubbed last week "Mnvor of M'ywood," has do- Next Monday night will bo your tho cided to come bnck to Stanford nnd "Undo Ruble, only chance to see a four act drama presented bv the open n store in tho building near Rrodhcad Druniiitiu Club, in the the depot, whero he used to hold ball over Citizens Hank. "Tommy" is n born merchant Mrs. Maud Sntowle and children forth. and can make money on a rock. Ho Pari uro with Natives here. of Mis Grace McCall visited home-folwill bo welcomed buck to his old in Maretbunr Sunday. home by many n glad hand. returnMU Elisabeth Tharo has ed homo after victim.' in Louisville. COMMISSIONER'S SALE! Junction Citv and Danville. We regret verv niudi to nv that Lincoln Circuit Court laht Fridav nttcruoon while Miss M. C. Delk's ndmr. nnd etc Plain Etta Cable was returning homo from si'hool. she was thrown from tiffs, vs Geo. Estes nnd etc, Deher horse, nnd bioko her, ankle in two places, which is giving her fendant. Pursuant to n judgment rendered inueh trouble. . Mrs. Chas. Piko of Corbm is with in the above styled causo at tho Mrs. A. J. I'iko this week. term, 1911 of tho afore.Miss Etta Frith has i chimed homo November said court tho undersigned comrais-binnafter vixiting in Stanford. Faint will on. Lick and Dnnvillo. Mus Ann Tato of Mt. Vernon Monday, Jan. 8th isiz Miranda Tate first of visited Miss County court day, at about 1 o'clock tho wick. Mr. Tucker has, moved his family I M." In front of tho court houso to Lebanon Junction. door in Stanford, Ky. offer for sale "A Noble Outcnst" will bo pre- at publio outcry to the lushest nnd sented hern next Saturday night. best bidder on n credit of six months Dont miss it. December Dr. 0. M. Frith is ut homo from tho following described real estate Louisvillo to spend tho holidays. situated in Lincoln county, Ky., on the wntcrs of Green river n tract of AUCT7b"NSALE7 hind, bounded on tho north by tho lunds of Enoch Harnett, ou tho enst Thursday Friday nnd Snturduy by tho lands of Worth MoWliorter, Dec. 28, 29,30 1911 on tho south by Green river, and on I will offer for ealo ut my storo tho West bv tho lands of Dr. Wes Brodhcnd, Ky., on tho nbovo pained ley containing 27 4 acres, moro or dates to tho highest bidder a lot of Icsh. shoes clothing, hnts, ladies and Tho said land will bo sold on a wens' underwear, groceries,) ."wnl-war- credit of six months nnd tho furniture, qucenswnro, glass-wr- o will bo required to givo bond etc. Also duriug tliis salo I for the purchase prico, with approvwill offer tho following: 2 disc- har- ed personal security, payable to tho rows, I corn drill, 1 mowing commissioner six por ocnt interest 1 hay rnko, 1 cutting box, 1 from date of sale, having tho forco tobacco screw, 1 two horso wagon, and offect of a judgment, nnd with und othor farming implements. lien retained on tho laud to sccuro Tenns Spot cash nil settlements tho payment thereof sale. to be made- on dav of FLORENCE. M". C. L. j. Chundier, J. Thos. Cherry 0. D.101-- 3 T. J. Hill, Atly. C. li. Brodhcad, Ky. Auctioneer er 3-e, pur-chns- or wu-chi- no, - rormack and Anna Dunn Muspa Hoso nnd Mnrirarct Me- wero nt Cliristmns greeting nnd a happy new year to the editor. Mrs. Richard McGrath of Greenville S. C, who wns here several days ago to nppcar in court ns principal witness in a trial, has returned. Mrs. Parks, of Missouri, Mrs. McAfee and Mr. Jncobs of Irvine havo been recent visitors nt the homo of Mr. Trumbo Miss Mary Dunn nnd little Miss Glnds Center, of Danville, nnd Mrs. Snllie Marct havo been visiting Mrs. Moto Robinson. Robert Fox sold to Vick Lcnr n bunch of 150 pound hogs nt $1.75. Mr. J. H. Kemper who has been ill for some timo is nble to bo out again. Clarence Durham and Mr. Ray of Oklahoma came in a few days since to visit relatives at this place. Tho Indies' Working Society held its last meeting of tho year with Mrs. .1. H. Kemper on Thursday of last week. As a result of tho ballot the following officers wero elected Misses Virgiiiia Swopc, President; Eugenia Pollard, vice president; Mnry Chestnut, Secretary; Miss Snsnn Kntton who was elected treas urer some timo ago for in indefinite time, made her annual report winch allowed n successful year's work of tho society.. Tho next meeting will bo held nt tho parsonngo tho first Thursday in tho new year.' Tho Misses Royston and air. jns. Roybton have been recent shoppers in Danville. "Misses Kevs Oats. Jcnnio Rankin, wero guests of D. F. Rankin and .. . ir.i..i ii.mMii nfv uftrprnl tlnvs. MissElizabeth Urynnt closed her school in tho Rend on last Fri day afternoon with a successful Vinns tree. Tho children were de lighted with many presents received na well as tho little lunny spcecnes of Santa Clnus. while delivering the presents. During tho procedure the beard of Will King wno personated Santa Clnus caught fire and was badly bumed about tho face. Mrs. Nancy Marsee, aged 85 died of paralysis at tho homo of bcr daughter ut Mt. Hebron last Thursday morning. Sho was a devoted member of tho Haptist church and had many friends in tho community in which sho lived. Sho is survived by five children, Mr, Jno. Preston Marsee, of Middlcsboro, Messrs. Jonah Marsee, of Marksbury, Mrs. Rains, Messrs Job and Joel Marsee, pf Mt, Hebron. Sho was buried in tho Mt. Hebron cemetery last Saturday at 10 A. M. The funeral services wcro conducted by her pastor, Rev. Mahan. Sympathy is extended to the berenved of their many friends nt this plnco. - Dear Santa Clnus i I am a littlo girl four yenrs old. Plcaso bring me n doll and somo candy, oranges nnd somo nuts. Lour littlo friend GENEVA JOHN SEARS Dear Santa: I am a littlo country girl eight years old. I would like to havo a dot! a nice littlo cup and saucer fruits and candies and nuts, I hnvc another sister eleven years old don't forget her. RUTHERFORD SEARS. Moreland, Ky., Dec. 14. Dear Santa Glaus: Plenso bring mo a story book nnd a box of crayons, oranges, nuts, nnd some bananas and a ring. From EDITH CARTER. Moreland, Ky., Dec. 1 1 Dear Santa Claus: Pleaso bring mo a box of crayons, a bracelet, some candy nnd oranges and nuts. Yours truly. ETHEL CARTER Dear Santa Claus: I am a very small girl. I would be very glad for you to como to sco me. I want so many things that K would be too numerous to mention. So will bo very thankful for any thing you bring on Xmafl day I feel that every one should bo made happy. MARY upholds. tho For tho past several yen" Stanord City Schools havo been using tho collego for tho primary grades. Under tho decision of the court, somo now nrrnngements will probably be nindo between tho city board of education nnd the county board when tho present term work comes to nn end. Tho Indies of tho Haptist church will givo n bazaar and exchango at tho postofficc, this Friday, beginning nt 9:30 o'clock. They will havo on snlo all sorts of fancy work, good things to cat an dothcr things suit- Call ablo for Christmas presents. to sec them. ' Uenrv Fields nnd Miss Catherine Lvnn. two of tho most popular young ncoulo of Lincoln, slipped off nnd wero nuictlv married at Uio Hantist parsonage bv Itev. J, If. Jones Into Wednesday afternoon. Tho wedinir wns nuito n surprise to their mnnv friends, but not n big surprise, for thev havo been ex pecting tho news for somo time but wcro not nwaro when it wns coming. Thev wero nccompunied bv Mr. George II. Hail and Miss Annie Woods, who heard tho words said which made the twain one. Mr. Fields rcecntlv bought out tho meat market of J. C. Lvnn in Stnnford. Before that he was a hustling voune furmcr. liked nnd respected bv everyone nnd numbering his friends bv his uenunintanccs. His brido is the charming daughter of Mrs. John Lvnn. of tho Somerset pike, nnd will mnke a splendid hclnmnto for him in every wav. Their host of ti iends extend heartiest congratulations and good wishes. COL. WALTON HONORED Becomes Court of Appeals Says L. & N., Must Pay Big Damages For Death Of Her Daughter RAINS-NEWL- AND Kentucky Secretary National Citizens League. Tho Comt oi Appculs last week affirmed tho judgment of tho Lincoln Circuit Court which awarded Mrs. Annie Englcmanas administra tor of her daughter, Bessie K. En- glcman, $10,000 damages against tho L. & N. milnnd Company for tho death of her daughter. Littlo Bes-si- o K. Englcmnn was struck by au cngino nnd killed whilo driving tho track at Woods' crossing on tho Knob Lick pike. This was tho second trial of tho case. A jury at tho first trial awarded Mrs. Engleman $10,000 damages but tho higher court reversed tho judgment, nnd sent tho caso Hack for retrial. Upon tho second trial a jury ngninjnvo Mrs. Engleman $10,000 and it is this judgment which tho higher court now affirms. Tho many friends of ifrs. Englo-mn- n will congratulate her upon this of favorable ending of her case. Denr Santa: CARTER. I wnnt a doll and 11. doll bed, n sewing machine candy nuts, oranges and fniits of nil kinds ALLIE S. FARMER. Lovingly. Dear Santa Claus Will you please bring mo a few things I don't wunt ninny, I want a doll a box of candy, n littlo horso and some can- l THROWN FROM BUGGY BUT NOT MUCH HURT. i. While visiting at Hustonvillo nnd driving with somo lady friends, Miss Mnry D. Kennedy met with an that cava her nuito a shock. Tho king bolt of the vchiolo in which sho was riding brokb and the buggy coming to pieces, sho and her friends were pcrcipitntcd to tho ground with considerable force. Her friends, escaped injury but Miss Kennedy sustained somo bruises nnd n cut on the upper lip that is moro painful than dangerous. Her many friends regret her misfortune butars delighted that matters aro not worso Mr. E. D. Kennedy, who is a guard ut the nsylum ii Columbus, O., is homo today to spend Cliristmns with Jlis family. ac-eid- ent ed dy, nuts and fruits. SADIE FARMER. Denr Santa : I wunt a littlo horse a little watch, borne candy nnd fniits and nny thing clfco you want to bring MACK FARMER me. Yours Denr Satnn- - I hud. a nice time Inst Xmas. I want to have a better one this timc.so will you bring me a doll somo andy nnd somo fruit. DAISY LUNSFOltl). Santa Clause please bring Dear me u horn nnd candy nnd nuts to. CLARENCE TATE LUNSFORD Dear Santa Clau : Please bring me a bed, candy fruits and chair to. MARTHA LUNSFORD Dear Santa Claus- - I wnnt a doll bed and some candy LITTLE ELIZA LUNSFORD My Dear Santa- - I had a lot of things last Xmas. Will you bring mo a. basket of candy" and some nice fruit. RUTHIE LUSNFORD Dear Santa! Please brii mo a little chair, watch, harp canuy, fruit and nuts please remember papa nnd mama, and all tho other littlo boys nnd girls, yonr little toy. ItANEY HUTCHISON. Denr Santa:- - Fleas bring mo a doll, a littlo sewing machine 6tove, and a little set of dislies and Some fruit and crindy for my Xmns and don't forget to come. I livo on Gilberts creek." Your littlo friend, SUSIE. K. DUDDERAR. P. S. I have been a good little girl this year and I hope you will not forget me. Dear Santa - I Tmvo a big white Hilly goat seven feet high and three foot square, will you please bring mo one to match him, nnd bo sure to bring mo a sleigh and some harness to work them all Xmas. I live on Mnin street Gilbert's Creek, Ky. CRAIG DUDDERAR. Ky. Stnnford Denr old Santa Claus: For Xmas 1 want ad air gun nnd a sled und firo works nnd all kinds of fruit don't forget my four brothers. From littlo MANUEL TURPIN Dear Santa Claus : -- I want a big doll and a set of dishes and a baby buggy and a rain cont and anything you wnnt to get for mo I will closo now your friend, KATHERINE HRADY. Denr Santa Claus. Pleaso bring me n rain coat and a sled, a story book and a little doll and n work box nnd some candy and fruit. Good bye from your littlo friend MADEL WILKINSON. Highland, Ky. Dear Santa: Pleaso bring mo a doll with long curloy hair and a rocking chuir, fruits candy and nuts remember my littlo brother nnd bring him something too. Your litOENEVA HUTCHISON. tle friend Stnnford Kv.. Deo. 21 Denr Santa Claus: Please briug me a tool box nn Irish mail, a inVturo book, a .horse nnd wagon, and lota of candy and nuts and fruit. SHELTON SAUFLEY. JR.. Pooular Younn Couule Are Married Col. P. Walton, who for sevHere Bv Rev. Jones. eral years has been nn editorial Mr. John W. Newlnnd nnd Miss and news contributor to the LexingOlivo Richcv Unities wcro mnrried ton Herald, has accepted the poat the homo of the bride'" ;ter Mrs sition of secretary of tho Kentucky 15. G. Good. Thursday December 14. Rev. J. H. Jones officiating, onlv Branch of tho National Citizens' tendered him recently the members of the fnmilv bcintr League, present: Miss Raines is a daughter through Hon. J. M. Atherton, ono of of the late S. Raines of this place Louisville's wealthiest and most enMr. Newlnnd wns born nnd rear terprising citizens. Tho purpose of ed in Lincoln conntv but for n num ber ol years has been in tho em- the league, which has its National ploy of the L. & N. railroad. o headquarters in Chicago, is to After a ten tlnvs' visit to Pittsthe necessity for currency reburg. Pa., and Columbus. O.. thev will be nt home to their many friends form nud to secure tho enactment by nt Lebanon Junction. Congress of such laws as will bring about permanent relief from the WRIGHT-EL- KIN losses incurred by all classes of Garrard Youna Man Weds Pooular people from tho panics to which this Country, under the present has alCasev Girl at Lcxlnmon ways been subject. (Lexington Herald.) Air. Carlton Elkin of Garrard Report of condition of county, and Miss Nell Cecil Wright of Liberty. Casev county daughter WAYNESBURG DEPOSIT BANK. 0f tho lato James Wright were mar ried at l.exni"Ion nt 4 o'clock Tiips- dav afternoon bv Rev. 1. J. SDcnccr. doing business nt Wnynesburg, Linof Central Christinn church. coln county, stnto of Kentucky nt Mr. Elkin and Miss WrHit wcro the closo of business on tho 5th day accompanied, bv Mr. J. L. Gill, their best friend, nnd wero ioincd hero bv of December 2011. Mr. M. F. Elkin. u cousin of tho Resources: groom, who saw the couple snfelv Loans and discounts ...$5G,8SG 53 through tlio "trvingl ordeal", that U. S. and other bonds, tests men's nerves. stocks nud securities . . C97 50 After tho ceremony tho lmnnv counlo went to the Phoenix Hotel, Duo from banks 0,749 74 where thev will bo for several davs Actual, cash on hand . . . 2.C2G 92 before thev return to tho croom'a Ovcrdivfts- home nenr Lancnstcr. scc'ured ..$410 00 Mr. is n fanner and prominent in. horso circles )u his section Unsecured . . 314 11 of tho state, while his bride is one 724 11 of Casey's most attrautivu vounsr women. She is n graduate of Cald- Current expenses and taxes paid 701 09 well Collego at Danville, and a young woman of many accomplishments. ! Furnituro and fixtures ...1,000 00 Other assets not Included Dear Santa Claus- - I am looking under any of tho above for you every snowy nighf but you .' 2,650 00 heads nevor d& come. I want you to bo sure and come to see me Xmas and $72,635 89 Total b'ring mo a twenty sho cap pjstol, sleigh and a wagon and somo fruit. Liabilities: I hqve been h. good boy this year in and don't you forget to come to Capital stock paid in, cash $15,000 (00 seo me this Xmas. Surplus, ....$2,800 00 DUDDERAR ALBERT Undivided Dear Santa Clnus: Pleaso re profits 2.006 54 . member me this year and bring mo a 4,80054 big doll little !ook stove, sowing, ma Deposits on which interest chine, sewing box. and somo fruit is not naid ..$17,829 35 candy and nuts. Your littlo friend Deposits ou which interest is paid MAGGIE HUTCHISON. 5.000 00 52,829 35 Dear Santa Cluus: I nm a good littlo girl going (to scliool will you Total $72,035 89 pleaso bring mo a doll and a set of littlo dishes fmft, canary and Stato of Kentucky county of Lincoln Set: nuts. Your littlo girl MAYME HUTCHISON I, Stanley Mcintosh cashier of Denr old Santa: I am a gool lit- tho nbovo named bank, do solemnly tlo girl please bring mo some candv swear thnt tho above statement is fniit nnd nuts, and a bracelet and true to tho best of my knowledge bo sure to not forget mv two littlo and belief. brothers, from STANLEY McINTOSII, LOUISE HUFFMAN. Denr Santa Onus: I livo at NelCashier son. Kv.. now I am seven venrs old Subscribed and sworn to beforo tomorrow llet nnd I want a real mo by Stanley Mcintosh this 18th triovclo. a train nnd n horn and sister wants u doll, post nlbum and day of December 1011. Your littlo a bunk for peunies. My Commission expires 1914, G. boy nnd girl . B. Cooper Clerk By W. F. Camden CRANDELL AND "PAULINE BAS-TINotary Public. Correct Attest -- R. Y. Ballard, Crab Orchard. Kv. Dec. 20 Dear Santa Claus: Will "vou L. Q. Oooch, It. Curtis. Directors. please bring me a doll that can sav "Mamma" a doll buggy with a too THERE IS NOTHING IN IT ou it n nice story book, somo enndv lots of fruit nnd,jiUs so I enn divide Thcro is nothing in Life Insurance with,inv littlo brother, who wunts a us rin investment. It is all in prorocking horso a pistol a littlo fiddle nnd a ball. Wo will go ' bleep ear- tection. ly and promise to go to sleep carlv THE MACCABEES und promise not lo peep. He good With ten million dollars surplus, to nil tho poor people. From vour j furnish tho best protection IN CARR little girlie I OF DEATH. SUCKNESS OR ACCLARE DOTY FISH. Dear Santa Claus: Pleaso bring CIDENT. mo a big doll ouo that will open aud It costs less and pavs more promptshut its eyes, littlo doU bed and doll ly. Let ue teU vou about it. A. C. SINE, buggy, candy fruits and nuts and DEPUTY STATE COMMANDER anything elso you want to bring. Stanford, Ky. LEXORA SPIRES Your littlo girl ngi-tat-- KING'S MOUNTAIN Dr. W. D. Lnswclt's little son remains very ill. Miss Graco Thnmncon was tho guest of Miss Cora Alford Sunday Mr. Steve Reynolds spent a few days with homcfolks last week. Mrs. Bryant, of Wavnesburg visited her granddaughter Mrs. Vcrno. Hester Saturday and Sunday. Calrcnco Dunn nnd family aro with relatives hero for a few days. We regret very much to say that our good friends Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Walters havo moved away for awhile to make their homo in Stanford but wo hopo that out loss is their gain. Mrs. Sarah Austin moved to Sir. VTalters' place or rather her place, that sho liought from him several months ago. Quito a nnmbcr of boys nnJ girls attended church at Pleasant Point Sunday night. Mr. J. S. Saltsinnn and son Edgar, of New Hope wero hero on business a few days ago. Clarence Privell, who has been in town has returned homo to spend Xmas. W. D. Johnson attended church, at Wavnesburg Saturday. Mrs. Vera nester uas guna r seo her Mie. L. G flcoch, oi of Waynesburg, who is very sick. Mr. V. C. Gilliland was in Stanford Saturday on business. Charles Trusty and family havo moved to Danville where ho has a good position working on tho railgrai-attiUi- K tl road. Mr. Will Mudman has sold hi3 farm near Cook's Chapel io J. W. Reynolds of Pulaski county. Tho price is private. M There iwiH bo an entertainment and Xmns tree given by the pupils of King's Mountain Greded School Friday evening December 22. Ev erybody is invited to come. In order to defray expenses fivo and t a cents admission will bo charged. Evory body come and bring presents for your friends. CHAPPELL GAP NEWS. Miss Anna Breinisch entertained a largo crowd of her young friends Sunday night by giving a big supper. Everybody had a good time. Ed ami William Jesswin wero visiting Fred nnd Albert Schlappo Sunday. John Crow and granddaughter, Miss Anna Crow, will soon leavo for a visit to Mrs. Anna Long in Tennessee. Fred Jesswcin is very ill. John 0. Hogio will move back near Chnppcll's Gap. F(vervln.lv will bo glad to sco him como. Mr. Robort L. Dishon attended 'a peach supper at Sppers last week, Miss Amelia and Miss Emma Gcuton are homo from Louisvllte. Mr. Hardy Anderson from Illinois will come back to the Gap XumS to visit his friends nnd relatives. Ed Jesswein and John Brpinisch, aro keeping tho roads near tho Gap. s .... .... G00CH REYNOLDS Judee Bailey, with that true regard for the purposes of his office, ndiouracd the trial of a cas in conntv court Thursday momhW In order to tukn time to tie the knot which iolned Cloyd Reynolds and Miss Mattie Gooch in wedlock's holv bonds. Thev are a popular vounsr coimlo from the South End and hnvo inanv friends who will wish them every happiness. r i THE 8TAWF0WD INTERIOR JOURNAL and do it now. It is raoro blessed to civo than to receive is as truo ns gospel and he who gives to the poor Established 1172 lendeth to tho Lord in a way that ultimate happiness HELTON M. SAUFLEY,... Publisher will bring him Don't forget tho poor tho rich will 1 A YEAR STRICTLY IN ADVANCE care for themselves. May tho coming Christmas bo tho climaxing ono nter4 at the rostofflce t Stan- - in tho history of the present generam second class malt. tion and mny the thousands of patrons of tho "cheapest and best" enjoy the ynlctido as they never did POLITICAL ANNOUNCEMENTS. before. Here's hoping and wishing For County Judrje. them nil tho good things that, .can T. A. Rice announce!) his candi- como their way. dacy for Connty Judgo of Lincoln county, subject to the action of tho If Attorney General Gnrnett is democratic party. hnvimr n hnrd time incline tu man to AtM. F. North announces his candi- fill the place of First Assistant torney General, we fsuevest that II. dacy for County Judge of Lincoln H. Brimrs. of Frankfort, who has county, subject to the action of the already been mentioned in many of the naDcrs for the ulacc. would fill Democratic party. mk'htv well nnd nrove an honor to the offico nnd tho rioht man in the For Jailer. Wo know that Mr. riaht nlnce. Peyton Parrish announces his Briircs is splendidly Qualified in evcandidacy for Jailer of Lincoln ery wnv for the responsibilities of county, subject to tho action of tho this office .nnd his many friends over th6 stntc would reioico to sec him Democratic party- sohonorcd bv the new attorney tren- GeOroe DcBordc announces his ernl. candidacy for Jailer of Lincoln coun ty subject to tho action of the derao- Make tho I. J. n wuchnnnrecintcd uuuu uunv. present bv brintrintr in or Xmns Dink Farmer is a candidate for sendintr in our subscription. STANFORD, KENTUCKY The Interior Journal. Report of condition of BANK OF MORELAND. I CHRISTMAS You can't put it off only this week doing business at Moreland. countv Lincoln state of Kentucky at the close of business 5th day of December. 1011. Resources: Loans and discounts ...$23,801 85 6.381 45 Due from bunks 1.244 97 Actnnl cash on hand Checks, cash items and cx- 27 52 ehnuee for tlcnrimr Overdrufts secured ....$1,259 30 306 09 Unsecured and next to buy. PRESENTS Select what you want, let us put it away for you. .... .... Current expenses nnd taxes paid 534 45 Heal cstatu ..$2,031 81 Furniture and 1.560 29 ...r I 3.632 41 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 of handle or cover. Any price. $5, $7.50, $10, $12.50, $15, and $20. v' Total :J7.2.".l 94 Liabilities: Capital stock paid in. in $15,000 00 cash Surplus Everybody uses them. You can't travel theso days with $700 00 Undivided out one. We sell only the "Lllley" cases and hand bags and the Llllcy profits 7S9 43 Deposits on which interest make of hand luggage stands In Its line like the STETSON hat or the paid is not 20.762 51 NETTLETON SHOES do In their line right o ntop. Our Lllley suit cases Total 37.251 91 in reed and artificial leather arc $2.50 to $3.50. Our leather cases In State of Kentucky Countv of Lin genuine cowhide at $5, $7 and $10 coin Sot' I. Chnrlcs A. Wilhoit. rashicr of And our Imitation Walrus at $1250 and $15 of tho uboo nnmed bank do solemn ly swear tlwit tho nbovo statement are ideal articles. Our Lllley hand bags In leather at ...$5 and $7.50 $12.50 is true to tho best of mv knowledge Genuine horned alligator at nnd belief. Are simply fine. CIIAS. A. WILHOIT. Cashier. Subscribed nnd sworn to before mo bv Chns. A. Wilhoit this 19th dnv of December 1911. Mv Commission cinircs Jnnnnrv WE FEEL THAT WE HAVE THE CREAM OF THE SHOE TRADE, G. B. l'ruitt Notary 25th 1914. WAS THERE EVER A BUNCH OF BETTER ONES THAN THESE Public. Correct Attest; Geo. W. Dunn. "HENZIES," "WITCH ELK," WALKOVER," "NETTLETON, Mcnzlcs, T. A. Kintr. M. Lee Pines. Directors. and Witch Elk the working mans' out of doors shoe for rain and snow A VAALUABLE SUGGESTION $3.50 to $10 6 to 7 Inch top at IMPORTANT TO EVERYONE. Walkover for the moderate laborer and the well dressed man, .heavy $350 and $4 and medium weight calf skin at It is now conceded by physicians $4 and $5 Patents and tans at that the kidneys should have more attention as they control tho other Nettleton a fine shoe In every detail for particular men and for men organs to a remarkablo degree and who want and wear only the best a 1 $800 and do a tremendous amount of work in removing tho poisons and waste matter from the system by littering the blood. During tho winter months especial ly, when wo live nn indoor life, the kidneys should receive somo assis In our basement we have tance when needed, ns wo take less exercise, drink less water and often repair man a first-clacat more rich heavy food, thereby Cleaning, pressing and reforcing the kidneys to do more work pairing done quick and well than Nature intended. Evidence of kidney trouble, such ns lamo back, innbility to hold urine, smarting or burning, brick dust or sediment, sallow complexion, rheumatism, may be weak or irregular heart action, warns you that your kidneys require help immediately to avoid more serious trouble. An herbal medicine containing no minerals or opiates has tho most healing influence. An ideal herbal compound that has had most remarkablo success ns n kidney and bladder remedy is Dr. Kilmer's Swamp Boot. You my receive a snmplo bottle of Swamp-Roby mail, absolutely free. Address Dr. Kilmer & Co., Binghampton, N. Y., nnd mention Interior the Stanford Journal. SUIT CASES. ...... HEADWEAR. WE have so much that we hardly know what to tell you about JOHN B. STETSON, acknowledged by all, the best soft hat first. h tfta world. We have possibly 25 styles In almost every color and style fcr young men and old In smooth andrough finish In both soft and stiff , ... $350 to $ at $2 to $350 The cheaper grades great many. In all the new rough goods we can show you a Jailer of Lincoln county subject to the action of the Democratic party. CHRISTMAS Report of condition ofr THE PEOPLES' BANK doing business in llustonvillo county of Lincoln state of Kentucky, lit tho closo of business on tho 6th day of December 1911. Resources: Loans nnd discounts ...59,503 21 Duo from banks 4,438 23 3,212 89 Actual cash on hand Checks, cash items and for. clearing ....1,635 46 1,071 32 Overdrafts secured Current expenses and taxes , 1,008 76 paid Real Estate ..$4,100 00 Furniture and go FOOTWEAR. NECKWEAR the case every Christmas our cases are brim full of the neatut newest neckwear the market furnishes at 25c, 50c and $1. Silk handkerchiefs at 25, 50c and $1 Silk sox 50e and V Silk hose 50c $1, and $150 Sock supporters 10c, 25c and As 1$ Before another issuo of the I pa- per is printed, Christmas, he glades t season of all tho year, will ho upon us, and it behooves us to rightly celebrate tin crcut occasion. It is the timo when giving is in order and when wo should strive our hardest to make all around ns happy. It is the season of cood cheecr, the season of forgiveness and lastly the 5j V season when all mankind should endeavor to mako the world better. It is a closing up of accounts of the old year and the preparation) for another journey of the year that is Fixtnres ...2,200 00 before us. It is a time when our 6,300 00 fridnds and loved ones gather around us and gladden us with their presTotal ....$77,229 87 ence. It is the season when the young and old alike feel that it is Liabilities: good to live and that thjy have Capital stock paid in, much to bo thankful for. Blessed $25,000 00 in cash season it is, and thrice blessed is ho Surplus 2,600 00 whoso lot is cast among such peo- Undivided ple as wo have around us. 749 44 profits peacoablo people 3,349 44 verily tho salt of the earth. Thoso Deposits on which in who htvo never spent a Christmas terest is paid $6,712 00 in Kentucky and among such people, Deposits on which interest ns surrounded us havo causo for reis not paid ..31.972 91 38,684 91 gret. Unfortunato arc they whoso 195 52 lines havo not fallen in such pleas- Due to banks ant places. Sunday night old Santa Notes and bills rcdis- 10,000 00 counted and we thank tho Lord for the sweet will make his annual rounds delusion, Total J... $77,229 87 and Monday morning thousands of Stato of Kentucky county of Lin-cilittle ones will awaken to find their set: little stockings literally crammed I, J. W. Hoskins cashier of tho with good things. Ticture tho fond do solemnly parents as they seo their offspring above named bank statement is experiencing such unbounded pleas- swear that the abovo to tho best of knowledge nnd ure. May every child in Lincoln true belief. county have a full stocking and J. W. HOSKINS Cas'r. many a heart mado glad by seeing Subscribed nnd sworn to before tho little fellows go through them. mo by J. W. Hoskins this 10th day But there is alwujs among us a December 1911. My Commission class who cun not afford to give of great pleasure, j expires March 15th 1912. J. P. their children this Goodo Notnrv Public. Can't we help theso unfortunates? Correct Attest s W. O. Speed, J. Surely wo can do something that C. Baker. W. M. Mvrrs. Directors. will dispel tho borrow in their hearts and support it with happiness. Even Fresh suimlv of International the poorest of us can add a spark slock nnd poultry food. E. T. 101-2- L of oy to somo one. Then lets do it , Pcnco God-fearin- g, g, ln Collar buttons, cuff buttons, stick pins, In fact everything thai a wears Tailoring Department ss H. J. McRoberts, 0 m 0 iooi 0 LOOK! Leave your garments with us for cleaning or Stanford, Kentucky. a a y-f- That Christmas Cake Will Taste Better than Usual if Made Out of " At Our Xmas Fruit Window O . ot Semi-Week- ly BflUGHM AN'S 25 LBS for 75 CENTS 0 O0lOOOOK00.?OOOOO"O0iO& 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 '" nnd wns trvine to make his wnv to hi home nt Corbm. wns arrested bv Dcoutv Sheriff. J. M. McCartv Mondnv. upon n telephone message from the officials nt Lexineton. He wns placed in inil here until of ficers could como for him. Ooorce Skinner who csenner from tlin nqvlnni nt Leximrton last week fancy Patent No. 1, Flour. Try a Sack this Week and see if we are not Another Stock g Due To-morrow. g W. it Hips. telling youthe truth. You can get a sack from any grocery in Stanford, and almost all in the county. 0 Stanford, Ky. 0 0 0 ;i a 0 0 0 Laxative Sent Free to Try : J H.BAMAN &(o, Stanford. 0 0 00l0OB$0B00a0000000l00 eai An Innovation in Oil Heaters The Perfection Smokeless OiTHeater, with its drums enameled in turquoise, is an ornament to any room, whether in the country or city home. No borne is quite complete without a Perfection 03 Heater. It is a necessity in the fall and spring, when k toe warm to start the regular heating apparatus, and too cool to be without beat In the midst of winter k is often conveaieat as an auxiliary heater, as there are always some cold comers is a bouse. The enameled heater always presents a nice appearance, a she enamel will not tamiso or burn off. It is not an "enamel paint," bat k is the same as the enamel el your cooking utensils. The Perfection is the most reliable and convenient portable heatkg flame spreader prevents device you can find. An automatically-tockin- s turning the wick high enough to smoke. It suy be taken for granted that there is no family of any size that goes very long without needing a laxative. If you don't know of a good laxative, or the laxative you are using is losing its effect, we want to call your attention to Dr. Caldwell's Syrup Pepsin, which thousands of families are using successfully. We have acorei of letters from moth- era, and acorei from prominent men saying- - they are using It personally and cuius- It to their families, men like Mr. C. K. Smith of the TraOlo Clearing House, Pine Bluff, Ark., and Mr. George u. Turner, a lawyer or iiarian. ity. jrne thousands of mothers who use It themselves and srlve It to their children would take too much apace to mention. The reason they prefer Syrup Pepsin Is that It Is a mild, gentle laxative-tonl- o effective and that does not Its fet so mild that babies can take It,body lnvlrorate the and strengthen the stomach and bow el muscies so mat tney again ao ineir work naturally. If you have been as victim of salts, pills and stroaa cathartics you will discard them when you once use Syrup Pepsin. Tou can buy a fifty cent or on dollar bottle of any drurriit. but before doing so you may want to try It free. eena ur. caia-we- ll ii ao,and he your aaaress to forward a will promptly free aamole bottle. Then, beintr con vinced, do as other are doing and buy It In the regular way of your favorite druggliL Dr. Caldwell does not feel that the - FALL AND WINTER STYLES. My new fall and winter samples are now ready ror your Inspection. Tney comprise the best on the market can suit nnyone as to price wno nad bis clothes mada te order. A suit made to your measure is preferable to ready made clothes. To have them made to measure doesn't cost any more than ready mado when quality and Nt la considered. Come In and let me take your measure. H. C. RUPLEY. TUB Practical Tailor CONCRETING We are In poeltlon to do all klndi of con eretlnf, soon ae Block Work, rarementi and. In fact, we can make any thine from home down to a fence poet. We oan icrrr yon promptly and guarantee nrtt-cU- n work and material. (Jail and get our prices before yoa buy roar material at leait. Srreseripttons. jft all lmts tho AeallA nut l carefully jjuardod, particularly now in changing tta-so2)o what you can to prownt sicknt. PHILLIPS BROS., Stanford, Kentucky ness, but it it comes place sponsibility of moJicines on us. the resupplying tho . Sttring every prescription to us and Arnow that you get the most active drugs, carefully and honestly compounded, for bast results to tht patients always. Penny's IDruy Store, PLENTY OF LUMBER ON HAND Stanford, Jcontucky. For interior decorating we carry and re commend ALABASTINE, the beautiful wall coating. Call and see samples of tints and ask us about it JftFJGCTIO Smokcuss h DmIm OTtrywHcr. AA ywi tt ffffam liuto Ur eawmm cjmUr to 3JJJMI&A4J ntuU i ar win. ts vm9 Standard Oil Compaey UM(aaM) yn to Jww DUrchate of hla remedy enda hla obll- specialised r ration. He haa dlseasea forIn stomach, Iver and bowel ovet forty year ana win do pieaeea to give ne reader any advice on the subject free of charge. All are welcome to write mm. wnsiner ror tn medical advice or the free sample addresa him Dr. W. Caldwell, til Caldwell buiWia Moaticeilo, 111. , a for nil purposes. So if ou want to build a house, a barn, n chicken coop, a dog house or a fence, coiuu PROTECT YOUR HORSE We have hero for the materials. Also yourself when driving thia cold ull sorts and eizea in both rouh weather. We are headquarters for and finished lumber and if we canHorse blankets, lap robes and car- not suit you in kind, quantity, qualriage heaters. And all horsemen's ity and price, nobody can. supplies. Stanford, Ky. Stanford. Ky. J. A. ALLEN,. J. C. MeCLARY, .,, tLo. .f tl!ii. . iili1.1iiiS.iAi'irt,WJi.. M. iy. - .,, .,,,,,. tr. ,, ftli- ii - ' . - y. ... .T yyyiH-- , ft- T ifa. 4 ' Ull, nli'4 a Units mmne-rtHMw- fiiwitiitiiiswsjaiai - r rw- - - THE STANFORD PERSONAL artd SOCIAL INTERIOR JOURNAL STANFORD, KENTUCKY 1 SHORT LOCALS. and tho heartiness business nffnira. Oysters, celery, cranberries, mince of thn fun from first to last makes Mrs. 0. I'. Huffman went to Lnn- tho play most cnjoyablo one. Come enster Tuesday to npend a few dnys meat, fruits and nuts. Oeorgo II. nnd sec. a 03-t- f. Karris. with relative. Mrs. Jiunes K. Lynn went to Trre best part of the day h the evening, when tlte whole family k Tell mo tho nrticlo you will buy Tuesday to visit her daughFor Xmas presents that will gathered topethef around the lamp. plen.se. and bo a joy forever. Go to soon, I will havo illustrnted catater, Mrn. John M. Mount. Th oU dari oi the tmotf fireplace tod liciering candle are gone forever, la Umr place hare c.rae the cooTenient ml More tad ihe uxiipMiabl Rero Laatn, logues and factory prices sent you. tf Sheriff W. L. McCarty and son, Mueller's Jowclry Storo There MB Is the UeitrJ Statu aloee, mora then 3,000,000 oi tlieM Rtro John II. Hiireins. crocerv. Danville Mike McCarty, spent Monday in leap, firing their cleat, wKito light lo more ihaa 3,000,000 hone. Now lot of furniture just in. J. L. avenuo Stanford, Ky. Sales inforLouisville. Othrt linn coet mora, but you cannot jr t better light thea tha lowrnccd ReTs Bcazley. mation reporter for M. S. 1. A. large It ha become to popular wo nay alinoet cU k " tba of ficta lamp of greet. Mcsdiimes J. II. Orndorff nnd American family" Mail order houses and factories. Hugh Ilng.n, ol Livingston were Tba Rayo ii made of aolij braia, will haadaotnc Bide SeMi an ornament anywhere. For Sole. My homo on Miller clients. here shopping Tuesdny. Al rar omW be a P.re fcap I wtm l oVvrtxn tinaW I tax tancy iaa Street. Fred Eichcnbergcr. Mrs. J. J. Dickey went to LexingStandard Oil Company The Ladies' Aid of the Crnb Oreh(Inrorporat!) ton Tuesday to attend n meeting of Booms for rent over Thos. Fence's nnl Bnntist church will have nn tho K.TPculivo Committee of tho store. W. A. Tribble, Stanford, Ky. Saturday at Judiro Colvcr's All nre invit"d. Womnn's Missionary Society, Kenfetoreroom. tucky Conference. My selection in watches and in Lost A hold cold nin with three I. If. Wricht orders his I. J. sent clocks tho largest ever. W. II. Greek letters T. O. K. desien etnr to Covington, Tenn., where ho hns OCtf Mueller. nnd crescent, rowurd for cturn to gone into business. Mrs. Wright and J. B. Jones. Stanford 101-1- d. the! hnndsomo young son will soon Wo nro prepared to install hot Rev. J. II. Herald will preach at leave to join him. water and hot air heating, plumbing Logan's Creek church next SaturMiss Virginia ltouruc, of Lnncns- cac, Conn Bros., Lancaster, 81-tday night, Sunday morning nnd Sunlor'who hns been the guest of her fcistcr Mrs. W. K. Wnrner, hns reFor Snlo Privately My house- day night. Ho will preach at Nenl's hold and kitchen furniture. turned home. Mrs. Creek Sunday nfternoon nt 2:30 o'OOtf Lester O'Hannon nnd Wnllnco Sin Lclia Cook. clock. gleton nro nt homo from Stnto Col.i iaaaL aaaV.lVfllY I lege, Lexington, for tho holidays. W S. Fish renresnts nnlv the the Prcsbvtenan Services nt Deputy Sheriff W. S. Kinbry was best and strongest Insurance com- church December 24. at 11 a. m.. Sunchar- in Lexington on official business panies. Let him keep you protected. Christmas service in which tho Dart day school will tnko nromincnt of Wednesday. "No room in the inn." 7 solid Miss Kculnh Hailctt, of Highland, I will sell my homo on East Main d. m.. is of R f (lirona nal-- thn T. J., to tell visited her friend Miss Noncarl street on vory easy terms. See mo solid if you nro looking for n good homi his friends that ho will soon an Hutchison hero this week. filled gold Jiigh nounce as a candidate lor the Baughman. Mrs. U. J. Humble nnd Mr. T. W. priced right. H. C. nomination of Lincoin in. Humblo went to I'nrksvillo to atBrick stono room for rent on cor- county. tend the burinl of Dr. W. A. Drown Kid. .Tosenh Ballon, a (rrcnt adner of Main and Lancaster stroets, W. W. Walter, of King's Mountain mirer of Dr. W. A. Brown nttended opposite court house. Possession who has hod an interest in tho his burinl nt Pnrksvillo vesterdav. of storo of Walter & Co., at Lan Loenn Slenhennon snent Sundnv Jnnunry 1, 1012. J. S. Hockcr 08-- tf with his sister. Mrs. W. M. Hobson. castor, for Bometime has sold out to nt Curanbcllsville. Hunt & Anderson, nlso of Garrard An examination for appointment Miss Knncv Veneer returned vesEL After Jan. 1 Mr. Walter will make terdav from Seieneo Hill, where she to tho State Normal School at His brother is nttendinc eollrce. She will snend Richmond, Ky. will bo held in my his homo in Stanford. the holidnvs with her mother. Mrs. otllco Dec. 20th, 1011. G. Single- G. A. Walter, will look after their . Susan Ycaeer. business in King's Mountain. OOtf Tom Green, who has been holdine ton, Supt. down n nico iob in Cineinnnti. is nt Mr. W. P. Dickey ,of .Louisville, homo with his nnrents for tho holi-dnFor Rent. My homo on East who hns been in Spitler Sanatorium who is rnak-in- ir Main Stroct also small store room, for some weeks, writes his brother, Qeorco 0. Menefe n LTeat reputation on tho rond good location for any one who wants Rev. J. J. Dickey pastor of tho for tho Shcnviii Williams I'nint n Oomnanv. enmo nil Kew Orlen"s to to go in bosboss and pay low rent Methodist church here, that ho has snend Christmns with his nnrents Possession given January 1st. IL been greatly benefitted by his stay Mr. nnd Mrs. J. N. Mencfec. there nnd that ho feels like ho has t. Tosenh Ilnnncr enme over from C. Anderson almost been made a new man. Ho Central Tnivcrsitv to Miend Christmas nt homo. was in n. very much run down con If yon enjoy anything in tho dra- dition when ho landed at tho Sana Wallace W. Withers of Lcxmcton. came over this week to snend Christ matic lino you will bo abundantly torium but now feels "ten thousand hero. withfncnd.s tho Rivals v masand his cousin.and relatives Stono pleased witharrangementsFriday night per cent better," to uso his words. 'vQjt.ga- - 'kvnu-s- iv Miss Hazel He ui& to go. went to Cincinnati for a abort visit Make your Wednesday. Until flmifrv xvhn is nnn nf tho v MibS Surn Hundley, who is atI am agent for tho International largest lioullrv and net stock breedtending school nt St. Catherine's gasoline cngino and feed cutters. ers in this section shinned a handPekiu arrived Tuesday to spend tho holi- Best on tho market. J. L. Bcazley, some nair of Mammoth .Missouri,ducks insi to a Dartv at Mexico. days with her parents Mr. nnd Mrs. week. I. S. Hundley. There is a great difference In life A BUNCH OF MARRIAGES Mrs. .1. B. I'nxton sjKmt with her insurance policies. Mutual Benef't inthcr, Mr. A. C. Iinbinson nt LanI can show J. J. Breinisch and Miss Cora caster. No is in bad condition phy Policies are superior. Couches,Pic-tures,Bookcase- s, you. Why not buy the best? R. M. Anderson were united in wedlock's sically and fears nro entertained holj bonds on tho lGth. Tho wedthat tho splendid old gentleman will Newland Agent. Comding occurred at tho homo of Mr. never get up again. Arch Audrbon. Mr. nnd Mrs. A. L. Carter, of the State or Onto Citt or TOUDO. I Ollio A. Bishop nnd Miss: Ruth Ll'CAS COU.VTT. I Turnersvillo section, got a substanFunk J. Cuehct nukra oath that b tl arakt runner or Ux arm ot P. J. Cursir A Co. dome Myers and John Vnnhook and Miss tial Christmas present in tho form buAloow ta the City of Toled. county and bum Nannie Myers woro mado two by a aild firm 4f twin daughters .of which they afornaid. and that DOLLARS vlU pay the um of singlo ceremony at tho homo of tho for rarh and evrry ONE HUNDRED that are both justly proud. As tho aver- raM ot CATARaji maccannot be cured by the um of brido's parents, Mr. and Mrs. John Uiixa utTiaaa FRANK J. CHENEY. age father feels like doing someBworo to before me and mbaenbed In my preeence. Myers, near Millcdgeville, on the thing out of tho ordinary when an um tin oay oi vecemner. a. aj., iim. ' 20th. Tho young men aro among I A. W. OLEASON-offbpring arrives, wo supposo that I ZZ. f Notaet rciuc. tho best business citizens of their this lucky father fcclB doubly like Halla Catarrh Cure ta taint fnteroally and acta section, staightforward, honorablo dfrtctly upon the blood and maeoue euxtaoee at the celebrating. traum. twoa lor watnooniaia. me. both F. J. CHENEY ft CO. Toledo, O. fellows, nnd their brido's aro Hov. J. W. Hngin spent Tuesday Bold by an Drasrkta, Tie. pretty and popular and havo many Take UaUa FamUv H.'a far eeaattpatlea. Wednesday with Mr. and Mrs: friends who wish Ibem air tho good TRAINING SCHOOL for TEACHERS nnd C. Bnughinan. Rev. Hngin has II. We have dissolved our partner- things that can como their way. COURSES: Preparatory. State Certificate, been pastor of tho Christian church who County Certificate neview. in m Life Diploma, his city for the past eight years ship and respcctfuUy'ask" all Special. Tuition free 10 Appointees, ove us to call and settle at once and is doing a great work there. He twice as wo need tho money to wind up our has. offered his resignation Address - Expenses Very Low. Auk About It. Artistic Catnloguo .Free. 00-- 2 Coffey & Coleman. but tho congregation in each in- nffairs. J. G. CRABBE, President, : : : : : : Richmond, Kentucky stance would hear to nothing of tho II. B. Northcott bought 311 fat kind. geeso from Field's Bros., Wednes day, paying him therefor $240.72. This lot finishes out a carload which is the highest type of will bo shipped east. The Famous JRsk Sco our nice rcsh stock of canMrn. Mnltio Kirby visited friend dies for Christmns. T. D. Kcwlnnd. nt Crub Orehnnl this week. Mrs. I.izzio Dillion went to Lan Yon will have a night of fun und caster Wodnrsdny to spend n few For Kent My now cottago on pleasure if you attend tho Rivals at days with friends. Portman avenue. Bath and all tho opera houso Friday night. Mr. Welch Rochester will go to modern conveniences. Wm. Stono. Middlcsboro Snturdny to spend tho Tho Rivals. Friday night, opera holidays with his mslcr, Mrs. Ix-c-. Xmas goods in a largo variety at houso December 22. Abundance of Mr. K. T. Henr.ley went up to Mt. Mueller's. OOtf wit, pervnsivo humor, groupings of Vornon Tuesday to Jook nftcr some tho characters Cakes nnd salt rising bread nnd beaten biscuit in W. K. Warner's window on Dec. 22 and 23. Lamp Lnn-casl- er 00-2- 1. book h bank Morning On Christmas It is the best present you can give a boy. It will teach him the habit of saving and he will thank you in after years for starting. him on . the road to fortune. You can open it with so ' little as a dollar, but whatever the sum is, it will help the boy more than anything else you can offer him. Come into this bank today and let us show you how you can do it. f.' mlwmi Xmas presents useful and pleasing acter my display watches, clocks, silver and grade jewelry, knives, forks and spoons latest patterns Diamond brooches, rings and cuff buttons, high quality silver plated ware and other useful articles. STATE BANK & TRUST CO., Stanford, Ky. Capital $50,000. Surplus $4,098.02. Deposits $75,499.13. W. L. McCarty, Pres, McKINNEY M. B. SaKn, Cashier. fur-nitn- ro W. MUELLER, Jeweler. HEADQUAHTERS vs nave wo. will be convinced that to see us and you they are worth the low prices we ask Suites, Tables,Chairs,Rockers.Beds Springs, Mattresses, Cots, Hall for them- JSIC furniture. Good goods $SffS5SS5g will bring trade We 1$ gifts in all kinds of For substantial Xmas 00-3- -- Trees, Davenports, Trunks, backache, but also restored my kidneys to a normal condition." For salo by all dealers. Price B0 Miss Clara Lindholm. of Keewance III., is the attractive truest of her cents. Fostcr-MilburCo., Bnffalo sister. Mrs. Chas Beck. N. Y., sole agents for the United Mrs. J. S. Munmv was confined to her bed a few davs the first of States. Remember tho namo Doan'a the week with ueuraltna. F.. O. Goovh and sister Alien were and take no other. Rhonninsr in Danvillo on Wednesday. Hershell Humble, of Somerset. called on Miss Catherine Muruhv LIVED ON last Sunday. Mrs. W. P. Reynolds of Eubanku RAW EGGS was the truest of her brother. Dr. Sinzleton Inst week. Miss Bessie Clothier of Somerset will be the attractive truest of tho Mioses Beek on nest week. Mr. Rkkard's Experleice WRh Wf- Please do not overlook the fact Peackes m that the Dostoffice will bo closed brent Diets. on Monday. It will he onen in the Buttermilk; for Three Years. moniinir from 7 until 8:30 o'clock, ulense hear this in mind and hnve some mercv on the nostmnster. The followins is tho honor roll of CecUton, Md. Mr. George Richards, McMinnev Graded School for the of this place, during the past 12 years, five months. has probably tried more different diets Grade 1. Zenns Smith. Carrio than the average person would everus Lav. in a lifetime. Grade 2 Iva Duncan. about his experj-.- i. What he has to say tw hlffhlv interest- Grado 3 John Murnhv. Bessio n.iic hrfnrp Smith. Mabel Masters. Linda Lav. inf to anyone suffering from indigestion Grade 4 Tnbitha Martin. Patter- orJtomach troubles ofany kind. son Tnnuer. He says: "ror more man c imji Grndo 5 Edward Tnnner. I suffered with stomach troubles, and .:. i..Hr.H. nf rinllant for doctor bills Grade C Averaco attendance for month, males 27. females 23: total and medicines. 1 was also operated on NEWS n, i- f - 50. forts, Blankets, Carpets, Rugs And Mattings. FISCAL COURT MEETS Tho fiscal court was in session Tuesday and allowed tho turnpiko claims for tho year 1911. They amounted to between S15.000 and $10,000, which is about tho average ior tuo past several years. This put a good deal of money in circulation and came in good timo to invest in good things lor tho Christmns holidays. The members of tho court completed their labors in a day and wero off to their rcsDCctivo homes by thrco o'clock. W. A. TRIBBLE, Stanford. Ky. , 1 lived on dried peaches and butlermuY for nearly three years. The only thing-t.at would not give me pain was.ra w eggs. I was a physical wreck. I could nof sleep, and was as near crazy as a man could well be. I must say that after taking two nl packages of Thedford's it did me more good than all I ever spew lor other medicines. I have been working daily on the farm ever since, and I am as hard as iron." This purely vegetable remedy has bee in successful use for more than 70 years. Try it. ButbesuretlutU,s''Tbeyoid!sJ? 25-ceBlack-Draug- f State . IOl nLlcll lAHIiH womanhood. FACTS AND FICTION Experiences of Stanford Citizens Are Easily Proven To Be Facts. Tho most superficial investigation will prove that tho following statement from a resident of Stan- FIRST NATIONAL BANKSTANFORD, KENTUCKY PROGRESSIVE STRONG ACCOMMODATING V CAPITAL $50,000. TO-DA- T. And Seeking Your Bank Account. SURPLUS $25,000 . anJ other UU, due to an inactive u lion of the Liver, Stomach and Bowel, mar bo obtained mott pleatanUy and raott promptly by uiing Srrvp of Figa I and Elixir of Senna, k U Dot a new I and untried remedy, but b uacd by I miWioni of weHafocned faaailica through--' I out tba world to deiBM and tweaten and atrcnitben the irttara wbeaerer ' ' Wo nro paying highest prices for fresh eggs, chickens and all kinds of country produce. Fields Bros., at tho Stanford Meat Market. : For Rent. My now cottago on Portman avenue. Ito'.h and all modern conveniences. See L. R. Hughes or mysolf. Wm. Stone. Thero will be a Sunday school Christmas treo at Fairviow church Saturday night, December 23rd. Ev eryone invited especially mends of the Sunduy school work. Scott's Emulsion Scott's Emulsion are so perfectly combined that all (babies, children and adults) are equally benefitted and built up. it't tfn Standard and alwayi tht Ba aura fo curative elements in is the- - highest type of curative iood. The- nourishing and - Open an Account With us laxaliTe I U needed, When buying note the fol name! of the Comniny California Fie Sirup Co, printed oa every package of the BO par bot oae tin obK. aaie by all kadjag druggltta. renar FUSS HIGHEST MARKET PRICE PAID FOR RAW FURS AND HIDES Writ lor prior Wool on CammlMloa. AND HIDES ByHmt21kdSf aaaaaLaFgggliflgPaLagggggggggggggg- genuine. I Regular I price tor aSX Lgeifc . trwUttaf I (U a BOOKKEEPING Buslnesj,PIonoir9phy rvpf.VRITlNGaui V gtt SCOTTS V TELEGRAPH llu nerUonleg this ad. WiWsi,5!,T,LBJlr,lf'tlSr:0lViF8' btt. all Dffivaasra 11-- JOHN WHITE & CO. LtS.sviLiE.icr. ford is truo. Rend it and compare evidonco from Stanford people with testimony of strangers Jiving so far away you cannot investigato tho facts of tho caso. Many moro citizens of Stanford will endorso Doan's Kidney Pills. Mrs. Nancy A. Logan E. Main St. Stanford Ky., says: "I scarcely know how to express my gratitude to Doan's Kidney Pills for the benefit they brought mo. When I began their uso, I was in a miserablo condition. My back seemed to have given out entirely and pained me terribly. I often becamo so weak and lame that I was almost prostrated. Learning of Doan's Kidney Pills, I procured a supply at Shu-ga- rs Si Tanner's drug store and in view of the results I raneivol. T givo them the highest praise. Doan's ruaney Puis not only rekevo my ALL PERMANENT PROSPERITY Is the result of the SAVING HABIT With this priceless hab it acquired, each new year will mean added financial security a- chieved What better beginning can you make for 1 )12 than the starting of your account with ..'- - ..THE.. LINCOLN CO. NATIONAL BANK corner next to Court Souse Stanford, Kentucky. rn "'Hifirtjy ''vyf wf-spy ri fHE STANFflWD-.tMlgRIO- JHUH HAL STANFORD, KENTUCKY mniinimimMnin""i""" m Cash for Accounts and Notes us comes easily and direct when you place them with nnd look nfter for collection. Wo make collection nnd Canada, claims anywhere in the .United States and make no chargo unless wo collect. Bank rcfcrcnccv hold NOTICE OF ELECTION Hejnilar tcrw Lincoln county court XNAS llili Any ol! i'.- Dcrbcr, 1011, pro-sidin- g. lion. Jaraos Bailey Judge i i Upon tho hearing of tho nbovo styled cause, 1'. M. McRobcrts, nn Attorney, appeared boforo tho court aud moved I ho court to filo a cerFor Sale. ZQ acres of timber tain pnpor, which ho then presented, pike Frank Coleland on Oltcnheim nnd which is iu words and figures 1 Stanford, man, Haute, ad follows: For Sale. 800 bushels of shellsub- "In re J. Q. Wcatherford and othed oats, 200 bushels orchard grass ers, petition for locul option elecis making our storo his headquartion. seed, COO bales, timothy hay, 5 fancy Now come, J. A. Allen, C. E. Polled Durham weanling bull calves ters this year, for tho nicest CanTato Ij. G. floocli, R. Singleton, A No. 1. DuroQ Jersey boar. A. W. dies, Fruits, Nuts etc., ever seen in R., Y. Ballard, O. C. JL'fe, S. G. 08-t- f. -- , Carpenter, Morclnnd, Ky. Ilufus Lipp, James Yowcll, U& Stanford. V. A. Coffey and ilhcr citizens, resA car of cotton seed nnd linseed meal just received . J. II. Hough-ma- n All fresh stock and at prices ev- idents nnd voters in Litfoln county 100-& Co., Kentucky, and moved iho court to O m At Fred Braunsw clir's sale the 19. erybody can afford to pay. continue the henrlug ,of this case, m horses sold $05 to Shoes m lit until Thursday December 14th, 1911 Box of Collars m milk cows from from to $50: $95: $38 corn m iu order that the nbovo persons nnd Box of Shirts C. L. m from $'75 to $2.80 a barrel: thev Selection of Ties of said others opposed to Mufflers from 25c to $7.50 at $15 a stack: bows and tries sold Holeproof Socks. Restaurateur election, may have an opportunity ft as Irish as $35 runnine from $18 uu Handkerchiefs You will need sometins new. We have everv. to that sum: farming imolcmcnts to e:niuiiie the list of petitioners & Silk Socks and household nnd kitchen furniTraveling Bags thing that is suitable for a nice present, for old as Ky. s Stanford, filed heiwhi, to the end that all ture sold well. Col J. 1'. Chnudlcr. Stylish Hats Over Coat signing said petition, who are ft well as young people. cried the sale and as usual bad eood SVhcn words fail send your girl a not lernl voters, and whose names results. Suit Kid Gloves ill box of "Dolly Vnrden" enndy, She'll are improperly jjjgued nnd appear Aviation Caps Umbrellas. Report of condition of thereon may be stricken therefrom, Suspenders m THE McKINNEY DEPOSIT BANK like it. Sweaters nnd they state nnd nro advised and believe that said petitions do not ill contain a sufficient number of 'egnl Report of Condition of doing business at McKinney, County petitioners to juilUarU" this court of Lincoln, State of Kentucky at the CRAB ORCHARD BANKING CO. to call said election, and this motion close of business on the 5th day of SUIT CASES SILK HOSE SILK SOX is made iu good faith and not for December 1911. SCARFS MUFFLERS doing business nt Crab Orchard, purposes of delay. Thrr stnte that ' OVERCOATS Resources: rounty of Lincoln, state of Ken- raid petition was oSitr Tiled on Fri- SUITS SILK UMBRELLA SHOES Loans and discounts . ..$43,000 45 tucky at tho close of business oc dny December S, J9H ajid they hnvo Duo from banks ........8,975-8Cth day of December 1911. had no time to mahc a careful ex 2,040 21 tho Actunl cash orf hand amination of said lisU( which con Resourced: Checks, cash items and extains nbout 1750 nuSuCs' nnd the & change for clearing ...2,070 23 Loans and Discounts ...$58,569 74 attorneys thereon inovul tho court 4H 5,256 14 Due from Banks Overdrafts to continue the henriji of this cause 1,079 32 Actual cash on hand... 3,010 C8 Unsecured 14th, until Thursday, Current expenses nnd 1911, to tho tiling i which paper $622 30 , 1,034 21 taxes paid . HOLDAM'S MILL nid the making of sid motion J. S. that the number of petitioners from 1,590 12 Unsecured Real estate $2,599 00 Owsley and G. "D. Flnronce, attor- each of said voting precincts is 2,218 42 Furniture and neys for flic ctitioncr objected nnd equal to and more than 25 per cent Mr. J. C Cummins uitd wife, of Current Expenses nnd i siv::iBCispOiO"v-ioioioioici-sio- i Fixtures $2,243 00 57 it appearing to the court that said of the votes repectively cast in said this plnco went to Itockcastle for1 a 1,819 taxes . paid 4,842 00 P. M. JIcRobtrts did not represent precincts at the regular November $1,500 Real Estate short visit, llev Inoob filled his Other Asset3 not included any person whoso nnme was signed election, 1911, which is tho last pro appointment at the Christian church Furniture and under any of the above .... o u.e pen ... . ! m..k ccJi 1,500 ml dect,oa he,u in soi(j at lit. Zion lust Sunday. They had Fixtures heads x . . ..803 15 to tile said : . ... 3,000 00 lion oxerruled his motion paper and overruled his motion to judged by tho court that un election fine hinging. Tho songs wcro led Total $CC,383 37 continue tho hearing of (mid cause. bo nnd is hereby ordered to be held by .Mrs. Ida Thompson. John Cumis Total . . . .$73,874 55 And thereupon the petitioners by in Lincoln county, Ky., on Saturday mins is going to Corbin to enjoy Liabilities Xinas with his sister, Mrs. Parley. their attorneys deposited with the February 10th Liabilities: 1912, for tho purjioHe Capital Stock paid in, Jhlrs Catherino llensloy and little court the sun) oC $175, being the of taking tho senso of the legal vo- baby have 15,000 00 Capital stock paid In neccs-tar- y in cash received a" fine lot of pros 15,000 00 amount fixed by the court as ters of said county, who are qualiin cash Surplus ...$2,500 00 to dcC"ay tho c.pcn.ses of said cuts from Sauln Clans. Mrs. Aiinio 00 $2,000 fied to vote at an election for counSurplus, Hicks and little duuehter, Kcllio election and the petitioners moved ty ,55 Undivided officers, upon tho proposition, Undivided profits 1,737 53 cause be heard were the giiCAts of Mrs. Lucy Ann the court that said 13 3,223 profits whether or not spirituus vinous or ft 4,237 53 Mr. lid Gooch will Chaekelbonl. aud the coilrt sustained taid mo, 5,223 13 malt liquors shall be. sold bartered ft Deposits on which interest soon close his school nnd go to the tion. which interest ' Deposits on loaned in said Lincoln county. i ,is not paid And it appearing fo the court or mountains for tho rest of tho winis not iaid . .$41,251 42 adjudged by tho And it 2,000 00 Due to banks ter. Mr. Ade Simpson is back that at a special term ot this court court is further 41,251 42 ft Bills payable that tho provision of tho law home with his little family. Rev. 10,500 00 hold Friday, December 8th, 1911 a Notes and bills rcdis- and the prohibition shall apply to Know of Mt. Vernon is visiting his ft written petition was filed nnd noted $0,000 00 counted druggists. ft Total $06,383 37 daughter, Mrs. Chnkclbord. of record signed by a number of ,Bi)s payable ...0,400 00 And W. L. McCarty, Sheriff of State of Kentucky county of Lin ' uu e" r i'j,uv ,. ,,hI n nnj ttncoln county is hereby ordered . lo : : : v IS. aJWlVWIU WVM4J With The Coming of Middle Ae VIH. ft coln sot: n VW in enou and all or uio more than 25 mc cent of the votes Cashier of the II. Mcfcnlf ft I, R.named bank, do solemnly Total ....$73,874 55 county There is a letting doing in the phy cast in said, several precincts tl. Voting precincts of Lincoln above ft State of Kentucky county of Lin- - the reirulnr November election. 1911 P" rcoruary iviin aux- -, wr iBo;Pur- - eicnl forces often shown in nnnoy-in- g inbove statement is cols, the swear r 0,d"1t' ' ccbon, w ft and painful kidney nnd bladder ft true tothat best of my knowledge I, setj C. Bailey Cashier of the nskinjc that u election U held in l the -J. ailments and urinary irregularities suid Lincoln county on February nercm oracrcuf nl ft and belief. named bank, do solemnly .above 10, 1912, for the purpose of taking tn publish the order and call ior p'cy Kidney Pills nra a splendid reR, IL SIETCALF Cash'r. jwear that the above .stutement is the sense of the legol voters of sad paid election in the Interior Journal gulating and strengthening medicino Subscribed and sworn to before true, to the, best of my knowledge .and county who nre. qualified to vote at a newspaper published at Stanford, at such a time. Try them Shugars mo by R, U. Metcalf this 18tU day belief. J. C, BA1LEVT, Cashier. nn election for county oKlcers, upon Ky., for nt least two weeks before and Tanner. of December 1911, roy commission Subscribed, nnd sworn to before or not tbe 10th day of February, la13i fh the preposition Vrhcthar 23 1912, E. J. Tan ( forthe ehsuingkyear will be held at expires January me by J. C. Bailey, this 10th day of spirituous vinous or .malt liquors date of said clcctipn, and, ho will HOTICE TO SHARE HOLDERS ruunc. December 1911.- - My commission ex- flhall be sold, bartered; advertise same by printed its banking office in Stanford, Ky., ner, flotary looncd in also POSTED Correct Attest: frank Under, . pires Jnnuary 25th 1912 Johp tir on tho second Tuesday in January county, and nslang that tbe hand bills posted at one or more Lincoln M. Ware. W. A.iCoffey, Directors. Tho regular meeting of the share-hoWcNotary Public. S r conspicuous places in each voting P vv F prohibiof the, law 1912 which is January 9th 1912. H. J. IL provisionapplied to drucists, and precinct pf paid county for at least (Toe hunting season ! upon us ana of Lihdoln County1 National Curtis Gover, W. PUBLIC SALE bo tion C. Baughraan, Cashier. nearly everyone wants to post fela . TTnvW veAted mV fArm I will Collier. Directort. Bank 'of Stanford, Ky., to elect dirthis dav came said petitioners and two weeks before said election. pell nt nubho nuetion on The fpnn of tho question to be place. The charge li 25 cents casa moved the court lo enter nn order ectors for the ensuing year wilt be Tuesday. Dec. 21th. 191,1 NOTICE TO STOCKHOLDERS directing said election to be held as I placed on the ballot is as follows: with name.) held at its banking office in Stanbesrinnuur pronmtlv nt DaO o clock. "Aro you in favor of ho Q. Herman Wriolz. V. Ilastr f"-- f ptked m flnuL pruuon, ana u apnlnee nt mv ClnnPnnl onnnme1A rirflt." OI"'., ford, Ky., on tho second Tuesday in tlie YES The regular meeting of the stock- t pearing ito the court upou the proof sale, barter or loan in Lb- C. T. Willson, C. M. Allen, ollowiiur 'urd- AND UNDERTAKERS January 1912 which Is January 9th holders of the Crab Orchard Bunk- Rush Branch tiiUe the f lienrd in opou. .court upon said mo coin county, Ky., of spirit-ou- s, L. O. Gooch. J. B. Monnliur AU80 DEALvinouH or malt liquors. 1912. W. M. Bright. Cashier. "Stv'fino vdnhr stallion. Lleht Foot tion that the signatures . said peing Company, of Crab Or6hard, Ky., Rcichcnbach Bros, N. II. Plunuser. NO ER IN FURNITURE, MATtition nro true and. scnuine sign'n,- - The provision of tho local Chester Chief: 1 sow with me: Fred Von Alhsan to elect directors for' the ensuing livInimries: Jacob Gander oi 2 .'seis one uuenn aiw- ot the persons whose names option law and prohibition RUQS. THEY WILL Juros TINGS, NOTICE TO SHAREHOLDERS. ?rf,nK ran Muttie II. Ilewcs. S. IL Baughman year, will be held at its banking of- 1 snrirnr wnsbn. thereon, and thi. the peti shall npply to druggists. appear FURNITURE stoves: n m V'.yY". icntiwr EXCHANGE W. P. Bclden Fred Von Gruenig&B. fice in Crab Orchard on the second tools nnd household and A Copy. tioners nre legal voters in their re 'FOR ALL KINDS OF STOCK. John Ilerzop. J. M. Gooch Tho' regular meeting of, the' share- Tuesday in January 1012 which is furniture, ana oiner iuik spective precincts in said Lincoln Attest: Q. B. COOPER, Clerk Lin Wm. and John Huffman. numerous to mention. county as set forth in said petition, coin County Court. holder of The First National Bank January 9, 1912. J. C. Bailey, . William Cordicr. J. B. Myers. Louis Jwws f muni. Notice is hereby mvm that In VJ. V. Baughman. L. P. Nunnelley, and that the Tegular election held of Stanford, Ky., to elect directors Cashier. Col. J. P. cunnnier. jvuci. pre obedience to the above order of the 6U J. r. Gover, Mrs. W. G. McBce. November 7th. 1011. is the last county, ceding general e!ectioiiiel4. in said Countv Court of Lincoln te. llettic Spoonamore. voi-in- jr Koger, John M.t Carter. that said election will 1m held by me county, aim tnav mero are- precincts in said tfburily, and at the time above stated, W. L. Mc- J, iT Camenisch. Mrs. Mattie White Mr-- . 6. D. Hiatt, Carty, Shelff. Lincoln County. Sam Castello K. V. Carson. II. C, Ilaughmnn, Messer'-Bro- s. J. S. Ilocker. Cured In His Own Home Town Notir-o;- No one allowed to hunt Hopkinsvillo, Ky., J. V. Jordan, a, n my farm. Fox Dudderar. well nown dentist living on KenIS MAKING HIS HEADQUARTERS tucky nveuue, near 7th Street, tells AT SAUNDERS' STORE, WITH A the wuy for his fellow townsman toj bo cured of kidney and bladder trou TOYS, JEWELRY FULL LINE OF bio as he himself was cured. "I had m, kidney troublo in a very bad form' SILVERWARE, SILK HOSE, TIES, and two doctors performed an opCHINA AND EVERYTHING NICE eration, but tho first relio I had was after taking Foley Pills. They have: TO EAT, CANDIES, FRUITS AND1 done me more good than anything n. See us before you sell, rct price else I have tried. I used to have a NUTS. MAIL ORDERS PROMPTtcrriblo pain across my back but) . In country or deliver LY FILLED. ginco taking Foley Kiduoy Pills li havo rad uo pain and gladly recommend them to all who have kidney CRAB ORCHARD, UNDERTAKER AND EMBALMER trouble." Shugars and Tanner. Z ! HOLIDAYS,! Correspondence invited. MAY'S COLLECTION AGENCY, Somerset, Kentucky. In Re J. O. Wcatherford nnd other, petition for lffcl option election. THE FARMERS t Reminds us of our host of friends to be remembered. Let us.remind S you that it is better to present stantial gifts, like the following list: Christmas Goodies SANTA CLAUS 0S-8t- p. Thtt li lit, nature o( Dr. Ticree'i Pavorlie Prpterlptlon the one remdr he women which oenuint no alcohol "d no drut . Mid (rem M4re mctiieintl temt root. Dr. Pierce tell, in every Ingredient on the Prominent phyite!n and tomo of Ilia heat madlcal authorltlea rndone theae tnKreillentt at beind the very bcit known remedlet lor ailment and weakneatea peculiar to women. Thl Is what Mm, UKxirm II CorrKr, of I)nmtreei, Ky., aarst "I fool It my duty to write and toll you whit your medicines havo done for mo. I was a (trwit miffrrrr for alx years from a tronMo prcullar to women, but I nni thankful to ay, after taking four bottle of your FavorlUi I'nwcrfptlon'I am not Imtheml with that dreadful dleuwi any mom. I feel Ilka a new woman. When I flrnt wroUi yo-- i forndvlrn I only wcIrIioI its imiiiihIs now I weigh 111. ""I thank you very much, for your klndnras. You havo Iron si a fntlier to mo In ntlvMujr mo what to do, w nxy Wcm you In every effort you put forth for good. Owt "I lioiMi till Utlmonlal will a tho meani of aomo poor tilTcrlnK womnn Mklnif health. Mas.CorrKT. Dr. Pierce's Medical Adtlter, newly rerlied edition, antwert hoata el delicate miftlor nho.it which every woman, ainln or mailed oniht 10 know. hthlt-formlnbottle-wrapp- FOR WOMEN ONLY. &m &m&mm9 3. Govir XMAS Caps FOR fi o per-ton- Suspenders, Coat Sweaters. Net Work and Dress Gloves, Light Weight Rubber Coats. A full line of Novelties that are new Call and take a look. g Stanford, - Kentucky. I Cummins & Weai en i cr o o SAM ROBINSON o o Stanford, Ky o OSOOOSOOGOOOfiSQCrCOSujQGr a .... ggWlst"ssWSira CHRISTMAS! 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$oor 'alike! fiopds of every description, ..,:, .i Qur house is replete withXmas 9 ft "A 8-- 0 :..i lT'1 Hughes, Martin & Co. ""' Stanford, Ky. rs ft t"oi" J Ed-uiist- tn cl B SW ' J.L.Beazley&Co SANTA CLAUS ij iW. RAINCOATS coats. V We Pay Jf you want a Coat for all kinds of weather buy one of our rain- Highest Market Prices For J. C. McClary k TURKEYS v" H. B. Noriii:ott. phone ! W. E. Perkins, u KENTUCKY. rr a,jrii,iijp mmJmpm L L. SANDERS Grab Orckard, Kentucky. l T. K. Tydor. Mix. m. rtmfiiaMt0f-,tUmiiifoiHhmmMmm)l- ia34$jl You're losing money advertise ia the I. J. rtiitwiajlaaa I if you don't ill i CHtUe 'FfceM 117. STANFORD, - KY Hes YkM M. rt'i n n iMi r iig i