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EVERY TUESDAY AND FRIDAY that his dignity hnd been offended DISTRIBUTES ALMOST COURT MARTIAL FOR CHARLEY LUTES CHRISTMAS WHISKY asked Hoskins if ho was a polico-maby Sauflcy, becauso tho latter used and when Hoskins admitted $200,000 FOR TOBACCO CASWELL SAUFLEY. MAKES "BAD" NEGROES AT CRAB ORCHARD tho telephone in making his proWrites of Horse .and .Mule Condi- -. that he wns, Mr. Wallin is said to test, instead of comimr in ticraon. It dditlons In the South. "Young" Anderson Carr Gives Of hnvo told him to tako his hund ou But Stanford Doy In Navy Is In nlso said that tho independence And W. P. Klncald Is Still Buying DHty Town Marshal Llge Hosklns of his pocket, if ho did not want W The Right And Will "Show Up" wnstlio young kcutuckinn, contrasted of House-S-ome ficers a Hard Fight And Others For His Louisville Goldsboro, N. C, Dec. 20. XHIs Waller Wallln and Is Him- with kowtowings to 'the commnndarrest him. His Accusers At Trial. Run Amuck In Town Editor Interior Journal: Recent Purchases nnt on the part of other ensigns had Hoskins is nllcgcd to have ansself Shet by Jake Wallln As I promised you when I left offended Pnttcn. wered that ho saw no particular A dispatch from Washington in Several local negroes got too Almost $200,000 has been distrib- Stanford I would givo you somo reason compelling him to tako his Sunday's papers told of tho nrrcst Crb Orchard was tlio scone of hand out of his pocket. Then it uted in Lincoln county within the news occasionally, I writo now to rauth Christmas whisky and "cut HOUSE BURNS DOWN. a double killing on Saturday night is snid thnt Walter Wallin drow hi of Ensign R. Cnswcll Sauflcy, of past few weeks by W. P. Kincnid, tell you our business here so far has up" so much that they will spend tho United States Navy, a son of just before Christmas whicn cast n gun nnd told Hn.skins thnt if ho did tho lato Judgo M. C. Sauflov. of Urn Residence Occupied By E. B. Glass- who buys tobacco for tho Louisvillo been very satisfactory, indeed, tho' some timo at hard labor thinking; Tobacco Warchouso Company. Mr. mules aro feeling of Badness and sorrow ovor not do so, ho would kill him. Hos- city. Tho many friends of tnts iop-ulcock Catches From Flue. considerably lower than on how hard is tho way of the trans. Kincnid hus bought so far this scn-eo- n ho who heard of it during what kins, in his dying statement is said all Stanford hoy wcro satisfied last season on account of cotton grcssor. over 1,500,000 pounds of tin thoroupon was in tho right and this despatch Cntching firo from the kitchen should provo tlio happiest Bcason to have declared that "Young" Anderson Carr got in. being so much lower thnn before. Wnlter Wnllin fired ono shot nt him, in Wednesday's cottage owned by Tom weed and ho hns not finished by a Couijer Journal flue, tho small of Ute year. bad early Saturday eveniug. A. J. considcrabc nmount. Ho has orders Cotton hero today is worth 8 striking him in tho leg. Hoskins seems to provo it: Pence, nnd occupied by Mr. nnd Mrs ono of tho best immediately camo out with his own Walter Wnllin, to keep on buying, nnd ns ho is pay- to 9 cents a pound whereas hist Tnmmo the well known tobacco man Wnshington, Dec. 20. The court E. II. Glasscock on Hustonvillo known farmers in tho East End, pislo! nnd shot Wnlter Wnllin thro' martial of Ensign Richard C. Snut-le- street, burned down last Thursday ing whnt are considered very fair yenr it wns worth 14 to 15 cents. says that the negro tried to rob him prices for the right colored tobac- Lntt year a balo of cotton and Elijnh Hoskins, deputy mnrshnl (ho heart, killing him utmost instnnt-lwas in front of McCarty's soft drink of Kentucky to begin nt Nor- night. The alarm was given nbout co, ho will turn looso a considerably worth to tho farmer $C3 to Carr has been working." Ho then fired four times moro, folk of Cmb Orchard, nro tho two men mny develop into moro 12 o'clock. Mr. nnd Mrs. Glnsscock larger $70 nnd stand whero nmount of coin, in this secMeekK mw u who lost their liven in tho unfortu-nat- o emptying his pistol. The first shot trouble for tho Nnvy Department were nwakened by smoko in their tion before ho is through this sea- tlio same bain of cotton this year Deputy Marshal John affair. Wallin was shot thro' however, hud caused tho lights to and will only bring tho farmer about disturbnnco and went ncrosiT tho for (Commandant 1'utton, of tho sleeping room nnd managed to get (he henrt by Hoskins and died Tho negro go out, nnd in tho firing in the Norfolk yard, thnn for Sauflcy, At out safely nnd save most of their son. So you can sec it means a etrect to nrrcst Carr. $40. Some of tho principal purchnscs big shortngo fow minutes darkness, Dud Wallin cnught n bulinstantly, und n of money to tho far- showed fight, however, and Mcckss The house wns valued nt least, this view is taken by friends furniture. later Juko Wallin pumped four bul-Ir- let in n leg, n bullet grazed tho top of Snufley, who trll n story of su- nbout $800 or $1,000, nnd wns in-- of tobacco made by Mr. Kincnid in mer of tho South. And it is very wns forced to draw his gun on him. Lincoln ure ns follows: Hoskins, wounding him so of Ernest Wnllin'fl head nnd Hen into nsy to sea why mules would natur- McCarty pulled him inside the door red for $2f0 with J. D. Wenrcn. periors risking men's lives in Qnodo & Manning 0,000 lbs nt 10c severely tliut he died a fow hours Ilonaid, a bystander wns nlso ally have to sell lower. But the peo- just ns tho officer was about to tubs nnd enforcing pri- Tho firo laddies turned out quickD. L. Mnson 7,000 lbs nt 13c. Jalor, Jake Wallin and his nephew wounded in tho thigh. ple who will suffer most from the shoot and undoubtedly saved tho vate grudges. These facts, they say ly, but tho flames had spread so Wnllin, a son of Dud J. K. Unughmnn & Adnms 7,000 decrense in tho prico of mules nro negro's life. Cnrr got nwny and young Ernest As Hoskins hacked out the door, will come out during the trial. fast there was no chaiicu to save the lbs nt Wnllin, were arrested, charged with young Ernest Wnllin, u boy about lie. tbojo who bought mules at high slipped out, going homo after Ida . According to his friends, Snufley bailding. J. K. Unughmnn & Lnno 3,000 prices in August and September nnd gun nnd sending Mecks nnd McCarty County Judge Iliiilny ap- 18 yenrs old, threw himself on him murder. by. will be absolutely exonerated lbs. nt 0c. pointed Deputy Sheriff W. S. Ein-lir- y and tried to trip him up, it seemed fed them high priced feed, expect- word that ho wns going to "get" l, You're nltvns safe when insured but Commandant the J. K. Dnughman & Wiliams 10,000 ing to get tho high prices of the them both. Sheriff McCnrty hapns a guard for them until their to those who saw it. is likely to be reprimanded in the companies represented by J. l'ntton lbs. at 8c. examining trial can bo held ThursJust nt that moment, .Tnko Wallin last few yenrs for ihcir mules when pened to bo in tho plneo when ho ordering out tho torpedo boat I). Wenrcn, tho Insurance Mnn, of J. K. Bnnghmnn & Cnrtcr 0,000 leady for tnnrke.. day. Judge J. W. Alcorn nnd his (mother brother of Dnd nnd Walter, for returned and promptly placed him llidiHe for night trip throiight Hnmp-.to- n Stanford. Sec him before tho fire. pounds nt 5 cents. won, K. S. Alconi are tho attorneys who hnd been iieross tho street nenr We nre located in a very fine under arrest and took him to jail. Scnntor Bradley, who Roads. A. J. Thompson & Florcnco who will defend them. 0 forming country the Campbell & l'eltus drug store, The Sheriff, Jailer Dink Farmer nnd end our trad PUBLIC SALE! been active in tho matter, told lb-- . Reports concerning the nfTnir enmc running up nt tho sound of has nt 13c. tho very best cotton mule Craig Camden were snarehing Carr (his story of Saufley's troubles with vary, nnd the true fiicts will prob- tlio shooting. Ho nsked n mnn what A. J. Thompson 7,000 lbs nt that grows. Wo have opened t.vo in the jail office and were about to based, he Commandant Having rented my farm I will sell 10 ably not ho known until tho testi- wns happening inside, but the mnn tho . branch sale stables, ono at Fremont, get to his gun when ho gavo a believes, on accurate information.: nt public uuction ou .7. M. Peter & Lamny 4,000 lbs N mony of nil the oyo witnesses is in was unable to tell him. Ho then C, n little country town of about sudden leaped, jumped under tho was ordered off the "Snufley tit the o.xnmining trial. nt 10c. 000 population. Thursday January II, 1912, snw Hoskins coming out thn door Kansas, on which ho had been !t is about 12 nrms of tho officers nnd got nwav Not until Sheriff W. L. McCarty with young Ernest Wnllin grappling L. M. Peter & Shearer Bros. 10,-0- niles from Goldsboro, nnd our oth- out the door. Sheriff MeCnrty Crcd over since his graduation, to nt my place, one and a half miles and Cnroticr George I. Uright went with him, nnd Hoskins trying to lbs. at 7c. er stable is at ltagiange, a town twice nt him but did not hit h'm, and tnke command of the Diddle, not from Crab Oichard on the Mt. Verup to Crab Orehnrd Sunday mornThos. Swope 2,500 lbs. nt 10c. bent him off, nnd running up to the Barry, then laid up at Charles- non rond, beginning nt 10 o'clock, ulioul tho size of Sv.mford nud he escaped in tho darkness. Marshal ing to nmko nt invest igution and Hoskins, he emptied his pistol into S. D. Doolun 3,500 pounds at 10c. nbout 15 mii(5s from li .re. 8, B. I). Carter caught him a little latton, S. C. She was one of n num- the following property: details linn. Hoskins falling to tho ground hold nn inquest were th S. D. Dnolnn & Son 3,500 pounds I Jvlycrs, of S'.jf oi, is in er, however, by n ruse, and locked ber of debilitated boats of her kind, Seven bend of horse stock; No. 1 nt 12c. learned hero concerning the fwirfid inorlnMy wounded. of our business at La Grange. him up. Polico Judge Mcntfco which hns been beached by n ty- driver, six year old, good anywhere; affnir. According to tho informaW. T. Doolnn 10.000 lbs nt 10c. M'o have a ver fino elimntc trie, fined him $50 nnd eoct.s Tuesday. This i tlm story of the killings phoon, und hnd n bad name for un- one mnrn in foal to jnck 7 years old; tion gathered by Sheriff McCarty, tt!1 told to Sheriff MeCnrty when ho nt "cldsboro is a ihrw'j.; liitla Sam Hockcr. nnvy. lp to one fitly coming two years old, a Tom Hicks& 3,000 lbs.1,500Sc.lbs nt of 12,000 population. Yours truly, gro, whoOwensserving ninoanother nethe shooting nffmy Saturday niijht went to Crnb Orehnrd to arrest Jnke seaworthiness in the Owsley Eitbnnks months in is the time ho went nbonrd her, Snufley good saddle prospect; two nudes, had its hcyiiinitif; one day Intt weok Wnllin. As Hoskins did not dio tin ou nnd 7,500 lbs. at 12c. CILVS. LUTES. jnil for shooting Solo Craig to had ail excellent record. one need marc; safe for lady or Riddle, proprietor of n lit Sunday morning, Wnllin whoti John Arbucklo & Rogers 10,000 lbs. nt wns redenth nnd who has been moro or "He was ordered to take her to children; one good work horse, two a soft drink stand at Crab Orchard, leased under 1,000 bond. When PARALYTIC STROKE less of a trusty, was sent out on an Norfolk, .whiih. yithout demur, al- tuilc.li .cows, cightfewes, nil good 9c. hail imnM.slllit trouble with.oju of lloskiim died, however, Jos. Arbucklo 5,00 nt 5c. n will errand Saturday night, and got the Wnllin men. It is said thnt rhsrjrini: murder, was sworn out, though he knew her condition, nud stock; 2S shonts; nbout 100 pounds Crenshaw & Estill 0,500 lbs. nt Sustained by Mrs. J. J. McRoberts hold of some whisky, ifo had a", amid many pirils, he nceomplshcd. nud good stock, Jersey cnlyes, ono Itiddlo drow his gun on Wnllin, and after the funeral of his broth Who Is In Serious Condition fight with several negroes nud In her he inndc several trips from heifer full stock, self binder in 10c. who wunarmed at the time and er Sunday, he was brought W. T. Tucker & Son 4,500 Jbs nt to Stan Norfolk to Annapolis nnd finnlly ho good repair; three turning plows; cut up one at Benr.Ic;Js stable. The-neyave h.i. xonto stiff talk. Her many friends will regret to ford by Sheriff MeCnrty, arriving took her to the New York review and two corn drills; one cutting har- 10 c. Leo Craig und Sam Helm als day WrJIh. is said to hne return- oarlv Same 1,500 lbs. at 5c. learn that AIr. Moll MfRobert. colored, ! .iTocd tho same night, fnosday morning. Judge back, n rough journey, in which he row; two cultivators; ono mowing ed t town rendy for limine, anil Bailcv fixed Thursday . C. Nuniielley 10,000 lbs nt lie. widow of the into J. J. McRoberts. 's aril Ciaig for tho ex nearly lo- -t the bont and nil con- umcltine in good repair; n lot of iis badly flashed villi a this timo he got the drop on Kiddle nmiiiing trial. A. 1!. Spears 8,000 lbs. at 10c. ery ill nt her home on Mum street, Wnllin, in the personal encouute cerned, owing to her condition. single plows rtnd double shovel; one slid made him ont his winds of tho Sam Owens & Dartlett 1S.000 lbs having suffered a paralytic stroke thnt followed. brother, who is a deteelivo on "Her navigation instruments were horso power well drilling outfit; a day before. which has affected ono sido nnd 10c. the O. S: C. railroad, nnd Arthur deranged: there wcro scams in her net of blacksmith tools; one tire Christmas whisky utno in by no Sheriff McCnrty wns told that on E. P. Woods & Harney 1,000 lbs deprived her of tho power of speech. gallon to negroes in town last week Wnllin, who now lives in Ohio, hut just above the water line, nnd she shrinker; work bench nnd other tools 5nlurdny the next day, quite a num- hnd -o Mrs. McRoberts has been in ill nnd it's n wonder thnt thcr come back to his old home to enrried wnter in her hold. Still ho in this line; two horso wagons nnd at 5c. ber of both the Wallin and Huldlo health for some time, but the para- no more serious affairs in thl3 city. Same 1C.000 lbs. nt 12c. spend Christmas, enmo down with mnilo no formal protest in his com- lot of harness nnd plow gear; bugfamilies ramu to town nrmrd and V. Reid nnd Tnmmo 1,000 lbs nt lytic stroke came totally unexpected gy nnd harness nnd two horso pole. ready for trouble. It seemed that the prisoner, ns did also a number mand. and her many friends nro greatly "I had seen troublo with evi&li-pntio- n "Several days ago Sauflcy wns Household und kitchen furnituro 3c. Same 14,000 lbs. nt lie. news of tho little difficulty between of his nephews. Ernest Wnllin wns J. II. Woods nnd Harney 10,000 worried over her condition. also brought down ns n prisoner, ordered to take the Diddle to Cape n lot of oak furnituro us good ns new for two yeans and tried all Wallin nnd Itiddlo had become genis" believed thnt tho ehnrge Henry, with supplies for u wrecked dining table nnd chairs rockers, lbs at 10c. of tho best physicians in Bristol, erally known among their friends but it PAINT LICK NEWS J. It. Foster & Long 1,000 lbs at Tenn., and they could do nothing lint her threo small tables, couch, child's bed and kinsmen, nnd each side was npnint him will be speedily dis- collier. He did so. missed, ns he had no hand in the condition grew so constantly worse writing desk, Kalamazoo rnngo nnd 5s. Same 15,000 lbs at 12c. for me," writes Ths. E. Williams, determined not to have to take killings. J. A. Robinson & Snvago 0,000 Middlesboro, Ky. "Two packages of that Sauflcy began to fear that she heating tove for wood, both ns good anything from tho other. Miss Josephine Wayts, of GeorgeFriends of Wnllin sny that he will could make few more trips. He told as new, two cook tables, kitchen lbs ut 9 c. When ha saw how things were town College, spent the holidays Chamberlain's Stomach and Liver Tablets cured me." For sale by all cabinet and safe, dishes and other going Saturday, Dud Wnllin, who make n strong defense in his ex- his superior officer about her. witli Dr. and Mrs. , Mnys. . LINGEMAN RESIGNS "What must have been his sur- things too numerous to mention. lire in tho Codar Creek section nud amining trinl, nnd it is cxjieeled his Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Todd celebrat- dealers. Terms ronde known- on dny of sale. is ono of the most respected and attorneys will endenvor to seenrc prise when he received orders to ed their golden wedding Sunday, sail with her that day again to Cape 1jei.t known members of that fam- his release nt that time. It is High School teacher DAVIS' STORE to Finish December 24. Mr. Todd is one of Emll Gleszl, that he will plend that in Henry, despite thq fact that ho had ily, being tho oldest of the eight our most worthy citizens nnd all Course at University. Crab Orhcnrd, Kentucky. brothers, went to John Riddle und firing upon Hokins, he simply did reported her unsea worthy t He prewish him joy nnd pcaco and much W. P. Adams, who has been work101-t- d so in defense of his nephew, Ernest pared to do so. He was told, at 1 Sara Reynolds, Auctioneer. had a little quiet talk with him. Mr. R. S. Llngema'n, who hns been happiness on this occasion. ing ia Illinois, camo home to spend Wallin nnd Riddle had always been Wnllin, who, he will allege, wns be- o'clock that he was to sail in about Air. and Mrs. ILL. Wallace sp-nChristmas with his mother and othDue to the fact that but ono paper teaching the high school pupils in j,ood friends. Ho told Riddle thnt ing beaten over the head by Hoskins an hour. Sundown came and no orwas issued this wqek, tho 1. J., wns the Stanford Graded and High Christmas day with Mrs. Adelu er relatives. Ho reports som,o very with the butt of his pistol. der to embark. When it wns growlie regretted that affairs had eomo cold weather in thnt section. School, handed his resignation to Woods in Stanford. The deaths of both Water Wnllin ing dark, he was ghen tho word to compelled to hold soveal good news t Uio pass that they hnd; nnd then W. P. Kincnid is buying considCyrus James is suffering irom a Hie Board of Trustees last week, asAsked nim oh a friend to go home nnd Hoskins enme ns severe blows go. He felt that to go through the Hems over to next Tnursuny's is- signing ns his renson that he wished erable tobacco here and prices ure painful wound in his fo'ot, caused sue on account of lack of space. nnd stay there until Sunday morn- lo their families. Wnllin is surviv- dark sens on tho Diddle would be a by stepping on n nail. to finish n course in tho University looking upward. ing. Mr, Wnllin is said to hnve ed bv his wife and two children. grave that might result in the Miss Nell King closed her school Business seems In be at a standUanishing Catarrh with Hyomciis of Indiana, whence ho came to tako Jold Riddle that his brothers weio hi wife hnving been n daughter of loss of the bont nnd his crew, for the locnl position. Prof. Lingemun nt Lowell Friday before the holi- still in this section except plug in town mad and drinking and ho former Squire .T. T. Roberts, of the whom, as Commander, he was per- a pleasant tusk; no nauseating drugs hnd inndu many friends here during days. hore trading nnd many of our was unable to control them nnd he Hubble section. Mr. Wnllin wns sonally responsible. So ho tele- to swallow just breathe it, O. L. his short stny, vho will regret The Christmas trco at Mt. Tabor neighbors are getting rich off ono that Penny guarantees it. Outfit $i. believed thnt the bast way to avoid prostrated, nnd is in n serious con- phoned the commnndnnt nnd told was quite n success and niado many opothcr trading plug Tiorscs, he. found it necessary to leave trouble would bo for Riddle to go dition. The nsred mother of Mr. him that if ho still insisted on tho Separate bottles fiO cents. Breaks Rubo Adnms hnd n mjlk cow to Garvoy Kemper, a graduate of children happy. up u cold over night. home nnd stny there for tho remain- Wnllin is nlso in n serious condi- order ho (Snufley) would tako her Miss Chnstine Ruckcr, who lias die Inst week. Colleeo Georgetown who comes der of tho day. Riddle at first de- tion ns n result of the great shock. out alone, but under protest W. A. Owens has jifet completed Ono of tho nicest nffnris of the well recommended Mjy President Ar been nltending school nt Barbour-ville- , murred, it is sn?J, on the ground "As I nm informed tho commnnd The death of Mr. Hoskin is n has retnrned home to spend a ten days' course of tdnching vo kind seen in Stanford in many a dny thur nger, of that institution, wns that Iin could not afford to leave j'reat loss to his family, ns his wife nnt declined to lake responsibility will bo tho Masonic cal music ii.t Pino Grovo church with banquet next chosen by tho Ron.rd to fill tho va- tho holidays. liis business, but Mr. Wnllin finally nnd si children were dependent of sending out Snufley under tho En- Monday night In Miss Burgess, of Louisa, is visit seemingly good success. honor of Grand cancy ni.d will bt hero in timo to convinced him thnt it was tho sen- upon him. Doth of the dend men sign's protest, but offered the ser- Master ing her brother, tho "hello man" of John BrUnieh, who hns lately reDave Jackson, who will bo tnke up the work next Tuesday. sible thing to do nnd ho went, promia .vern about 10 yenr of nge. The vices of a pilot. This Snufley in- - here, Paint Lick. turned from Chicago and Miss Cora on thnt occasion. Several ing Mr. Wnllin that ho wftuld not Wallins hnve lived in Lincoln enmi- dignnntly refused, considering it n third degrco in Misses Snllio nnd Mnttie Woods, Anderson were married at tho homo ANDERSON-BREIN- ICH Masonry will be giv come out nny more thnt day. ty from early dnys but Hoskins is reflection on his seamanship, which cu on thnt of Madison Institute, aro at homo of the bride's fntber, Mr. Arch An- occasion. A number of friends and loved for Christmns. Later in tho day while Riddle wns said to hnvo removed here not never before hnd been called into dersou Saturday week. Tho brido ones were present at Crnb Orchard still nt home. Wnlter Wallin. Vith many yenrs ago from Bell county. question. Miss Stella McWhorler gave is a popular and handsome youne QUAIL. last, week to witness tho solemn school entertainment at Manse on lad), wiilo the groom is an enter- Tim commnndnnt then preferred who Mr. Kiddle is said to have had Eld. I). Reentry filled his reg- ceremony performed by Row J. G. tho first trouble, went to Riddle's charges against Snufley, stating, Friday before Christians. prising nnd industrious young Ger- NOTICE TO SHAREHOLDERS told, thnt tho Ensign's conduct ular appointment ut Dothel Sunday. Livingston, which joined together house nnd tried to got him out, but Tho personally of Lnfayetto man farmer. The rcguar meeting of tho share- wns uuofficer like, nnd enrrying the John A. Drown continues nbout tho henrt and hand, MioS Cora Ander- Brown, deceased, was sold Decora-- 1 'Thorp Mr. Itiddlo is said to hnvo written wns n Christmns tree nt Batik of intimation thnt he was) afraid to same. son ami Mr. John Dreinich. Tho ber 20th and brought satisfactory ' Chnppjdl'a Gup school house the him a note, telling him of the holders of the Peoplo's Mrs. to elect ' promise made Dud Wallin nnd re- Hustonvilln, Ky.,year will bodirectors liiko out the Diddle. Considering low. David Proctor l cumins very bride was tastetuly attired in a blue prices. last day of school, nnd nil th5 Jit- held nt that he had brought up the boat for the eiiMiiug traveling suit. After all hnd exfusing to come out for trouM. tie one's had a big tiicf. Juues Albright und wifo June re- tended hearty congratulations n, do- Towards evening pud WnII(n, its bunking office m l!utonvitle, from Charleston, hud taken her to THERE IS NOTHING IN IT OUio Kidd nnd wife nnd J L. in New York nud hack to Annapolis turned to Cruwfordsvillc Indiana. liciouu wedding dinner was spread by There is' Walter Wnllin, young Ernest Wnllin Ky., on tho second Tucsdny nothing in Lifo Insurance .Ivitltl nnd wif have gone- to Poh-u- s Horn to tho wifo of David lior-ri- n the bride's parents, Mr. nnd Mrs. n son of Dud Wallin nnd several January, 1012 which is Janunry 0, n'd Inter, in tho daytime, took her nn investment. It is all in pro-- , dexter to spend tie holidays with on tho ninth u 11 pound girl. Arch Anderson. Tho groom is n fine J. W. iloskins, Cashier. to Annapolis again, this Fcems very other men were in Riddo's place, 1012. relatives, tection, (ircm Sutton hns moed from young man of the Ottenheim section thinly based. I nnd were in froqt of tho bnr wlipp ..Arthur Kidd, of Poiidextor, vn-- j THE MACCABEES tho prenchcrsville With The Coming of Middle Age section to this and is to bo congratulated upon section, a few Jy- "If these facts nro correct nnd I Deputy Marshal Hoskins; went in. bus With ten million dollnrs surplus, I5" ' There in n lotline (loins In (he lliv be Hi" ve :hoin to br, Snufley deserves place. II, P. nvi" says he will start winning such n beautiful oyung lady furnish tin. best nrnfeet on IN CASE .ness, Dud Wnllin is said to have remarkThe young couplo soon nftor took IN DEATH SICKNESS OR AC Miss Oda Warren nvo n psrty ed to him: deal forces ofton shown in annoy- - complete indication und if nny ono for Cairo, Illinois soon. W. A. Owens hns btcn teaching jheir departure for Louisvillo whero C1DENT. nt her father's home, Milton WariVti "It looks liko you have been fol- ing nnd painful kidney nnd bladder gets into tr uble It wilt moro likely n successful singing school at Pino tney will innko their luture homo. It costs less nnd tmvs more prompt- - Friday niht. There worn 75 guests-preselowing us nround nit day." nihncnts and urinary Irregularities be someone else," it wns sug- - I grove nenr Ottenheim nud reports a Mny their pathway be strewn with Front another and delightful refreshments Let me tell vou about it. To this Hoskins is said to hnvo Fnlov Kidnev Pills nro n snlcndid re A. C. SINE, wero served and all went nwny replied that such had not been his flating nnd strengthening medicine gested that Coinmaiiduut 1'atton, In fino clnss and many good people at roses and nothing como to mar DEPUTY STATE COMMAVDBR feeling that they had beon most deat such n time. Try them Shugars correctly referred to in previous as, that place. Ho proposes teaching n their happiness hi tho wish of intention. A FRIEND. Dovle, is a mariuct, und, considering term nt Miillius Station next month Stanford, Ky. lightfully entertained. Mr. Wallin is tlieu said to hare nnd Tanner. DREADFUL KILLINGS ar 1- -2 y, y. ut U court-martia10,-00c. stat-tinncd 00 id nn-iilh- er 1 't ' - ed it x pil 4 m nt l. ntzsaieiszrjt wwtc rrvzzmmam L atawi ii Ml... nc v' THE STANFORD INTERIOR JOUR NAL STANFORD, KENTUCKY IJAt ; - The Interior Journal Established 1872 M. HELTON 1 SAUFLEY,... Publisher A YEAR STRICTLY IN ADVANCE sUere It Never Flickers The long winter even- inst give a woman a splendid chance for sewing or embroidery; but her eves suffer from the strain unless she has a good light. The Rayo is the best lamp made. It gives a strong, diffused light that i remarkably easy to the eyes. There is no glare to it; no flicker.. It lights up a whole room. The Rayo is an economical lamp, too. You Rrt the mot potntle Iight.ralue (or the o3 burned j and ilia Rajro ktll b Iow.pt iced lamp. Yet it u a handaome lamp an ornament to any room in the hcoaa. ta The Rayo Lamp i eaiily lighted without removing thado or chimney I d I alio in numeroui other atylc dean and rewkL Made ol solid bran, at the terd aa second class POLITICAL ntoffle at mall. Btan- - ANNOUNCEMENTS. For County Judqc. T. A. Rice Announces liis candidacy for County JuJro of Lincoln county, subject to tbo action of tbo democratic party. H. F. North announces his candidacy for County Judge of Lincoln county, subject to tbo action of tbo Democratic party. v. , Jliss Delia Combcst pnned thro' hero en routo to Liborty Saturday ' Mr. Stanloy Stevenson is guest of Liberty friends this week. Miss Kddio T. Carpenter is visiting friends nt Nicliolnsvillo this wrok. Miss Eugene Popo of DWnnvillc, is with Mr. nnd Mrs. J. It. Itouto this week. Mr. Joo Conway, of Victoria, Kas. was with his hnndsomo son Itcid Conway last week. Mr. nnd Mrs. Howard Cnmnitz uro in Louisvillo this week. Messrs. liny Carpenter and Thos. Hack nro nt home from New Cnstlo Ind. Misses Elln Unmet tc and ltoso Mr Cnnnnok wore fjuottH of Mrs. Har-nctof Stanford Monday. i I ta (total ey nickel-plate- CONGRESSMAN HELM and finuhea. For Jailer. AA rxt oVW la (how iwUiliMel Rito knm or wria tec docrtrdn drcaW Peyton Parrlsll ta aar attxr ei U announces his Working Hard To Get Money For Lincoln candidacy for Jailer of Standard Oil Company 8th District Claimants county, subject to the action of tbo (Incorporated) Democratic party- George DeBorde announces his In tho Omnibus War Claims Dill BELOVED WOMAN on February 10th, in which candidacy for Jailer of Lincoln1 coun election just reported to tbo House of Rematter nquarcly before ty subject to the action of tho demo- to lay tho Wnvnpiuir" nine presentatives nt Washington, nud ox tho people. This is tho surest way Passes Awav At cratic uartv. peeked to pnss this session, In Years And Good Works. reaching tho great mass of tho Dlilic Farmer Is n candidate for of Holm ban bad inserted tho is voters with nn nrgument and claims of more interested claimant Wnvncsbun.'. Kv.. Dec. 20 Jailer of Lincoln county subject to bound to liavo its effect. Business Mrs. Pollv A. Sinirloton. tho urand of tho Eighth Kentucky District the action of tho Democratic party. men, politicians nnd others in evmother of vnur correspondent, pass- tbtiti is in the bill from tbo other ery walk of life are coming moro and of Kentucky ed from her habitation hero into Congressional more ta appreciate the value of prin NO MORE OVERDRAFTS nt bovond Thursday rtvenin? combined. In tin list is n claim of tho ter's ink nnd nro spending money for Tho thrco banks here have very advertising in this way that formorly December 14th. She- had onlv been $1,050 for Oio Crub Orchard Ilaptist ill n few dnvs with ti""'inouin. She cbtirch. Wth a democratic house sensibly decided to cut out the ove- wont for bonfires, barbecues, etc., wns nlmoit 80 years of age, nnd n'hd his experience nnd commanding and which did not produce rdraft business. This is an exceedoiiMreh Perry ville, $3"25 Coiv.'res,Mr. Iltlua hns Prosbytt-rapart of tbo results thnl had lived n faithful Christian life position in ingly sensible movo and it will member u splendid cham c ti j.'t favorable Madison limale luetitnto, Madison, having been n devoted tho good of both the bank- n column in tho papers will do Antioeh MellHlist Bnntist consideration fir his constituents, county, $0,500; Sarincs of tho Donblo ing institutions and tho patrons of something n new i ian would have a Kpisuopal ohuroh, South, Mtreer church for 70 venrs and has said the banks. We notico that tho Inst The count v, 210. Tho Interior Journal hasn't the miyhty hard tmv n. .'mpli-hin- if stntctucnt of one of the banks hero slightest desire to debate with tho reneatedlv that she was readv to iudpment. Sho is dav of shows nn overdraft of over seven- Anderson News the question of meet tho bv seven children, thrco survived teen thousand dollars. Six per cent, which editor hns been longer nt tho sons nnd four diiuehters viz: W. II. on this amount is ono thousand and political trough, or which gets his Sinelcton. J. C. Sinuleton. Mi a. twentv dollars that the bank is de- llnancinl or editorial "inspiration" Tnlithia Mortran. Belle 'irti. Snra Ermino Ball and nied the privilege of getting. Besides from Frankfort. Wo are simply con Nolan nnd Mrs. lunnv truiid children, who havo this tbo permission of ovordrafting tending for tho carrying out of tho siwnt luanv liannv hours with her. Ve were, oh so sorrv to havo her mnscs a pertain class of pcoplo an- pledges of tho last democratic plat bends p hssiSi-iiIt will be welwno news to dyspeptics constipation. i.i.Mllouwiersslml)..'' i ....Calm ticipate nnd then they go on living form and cspecinlly for the obser- leave us. but tan onlv4now our done." u and oi tli toatoi to learn or a remedy that. In tha and snv "The Lord's will bo . bolt ran i had at ati. 'i iff (. from hand to mouth. In many banks vance in tho Eighth Congressional of. thousanJ!, Is an ubsoluts cure for in Rc After funeral aervieoa bv i Ii t l j m a rf' forjr.j the enormous, overdraft is carried district of that plank whioh calls C. T. Claunch. tho rumuiiw wcro laid digestion nnd ail rti '. it of stomach I ir for Twke a i' ' fr of illlar. m' iur wlJ aa. a It first guaranle nnd, bettar ii' aatprb fumilv irrnvovard near do so. The roraeJy la Dr. Caldwell's trc-- 4 to Tr i iijweil and b by o. !v a fow influential depositors. for the nomination of tho party's to rest in tho du-to a fie a&imAsnta4nnt that yn Erduinks. Syrup repsln. yo ill oen You mldreM Thi doe not help the bank an iota candidates by primary election. We wish to cstend. our thanks to I' ir to puro pepsin have found Wo nil know tho value and those person can easily borrow Tho suggestions rondo by. Editor Al- - the liuuieions friends nnd nciirh- - In Indigestion, nnd ti'M to ef some ex- cathartics, br. ..h nerroanaar;lao ft and oth this fs. Erup Pam wffi cu. won v from the bank and pay in- vcrson aro not germane to the is- liors who wero so kind to us in our ceptional laxatlvo lnieOlents and you temporary relt. T you patmarmitly. have a truly tercut. Tho overdrawing business is sue and we know of no ono wr.o r.- bereavement, ulso Bro. (.launch lor TA Worthy ofwondtrul remedy. Mr. the Dr. Caldwell dees net fc! tbat I' roraythe. Os., tot to his kinduess nnd rhecrinc words. piirchat of hU rnniMly n i hla eb point where he could not cen oat or pentncd in Control Kentucky more interested in them, unless ho is, for apt InlllMl itHli.. - many ears of fiat ton. lie haa dlaeaaui for moyer Ion vegetables and ufioand bowej HUST0NV1LLE. thai probably any other section. wo are not, ourselves, in the slightEeeklnrr lie fo'ind tho cure In Dr. CaldII rara and will be plMned to Bive fre-ti- t well's Syrup I'opuln. Air. Itudy ICatner of reader any ndvro on the aubioet ConitJttition frequently makes tho est. But we do believe that the Mollno. III., was in the camo bad nro woleoon to wrili charr. All ban allow it and they rob tho in democracy of the whole state 'is with his tdk Sstup Dr. O. S. Williams motored )to rtpsln nnd is now stomach, HunJreJa of him. Whether for tho medical aavlot cured. him Dr or tho free aamnlo addresa buiMIng stitution of the use of a considerable watching the Eighth district, to see Danville Inst Thursday. othcis would gladly testify. W. R. Caldr-l- l, m Caldwell nmonut of money. Think of a bank if tho party's pledge to tho people Is a guaranteed cure for Ind&estion, aontUellu, 111. It J. G. Wentherford and Howard with M30,000 deposit and $17,000 is to lio set nt naught simply to Cnmnitr havo returned home after over J nft nearly a ninth of the, satisfy the ambitions of a few po- n hunt in Tennessee. ileporit used in ovordraft. There is liticians. What about this question, Miss Julia Damens, of Mt. Salem, Jittle voAder that tho banks have a old scout? was hero Friday shopping. liaid time declaring even tho small Mr. Wnllaco Steolo was hero Wed- mx ofr cent, dividends yearly, and Here is a 6plondid bargain offor, iicsday. it BVT'in&es us to know that 6omo of good only for January and Fcbru-- 1 msa Artie Wilson, of Morcland, them ar able to do that. A certain was here Wednesday shopping. ary: Tho Daily Courier-Journcine-- ; .ire not allowed to draw a doMrs. Dr. Dealer, of Powers' Storo (Sundny escoplcd) ono year and tho llar ever their deposit and this is Interior Journal ono year both for was hero Friday shopping, where the injustico of the overdraft Mr. Frank Mansfield, of only 4. Tho regular price of tho business also comes in. Wo think alono is $0 nnd its ton is the guest of Mr. nnd Mrs. W. have made a judicious J our a rare bargain to get both papers ! Williams. movo :n agreeing to abolish the Orestus Floyd camo down last for only $4. whtV l.usiness and feel that they Friday to be with the homefolks dur and tluir natrons will bnth, profit Christmas. !, T1,iv.u ; v n nr.1A t. ot n lmttln " r; " -. iTi T'llio. ly ti elimination. of Chamberlain's Cough Remedy. It burg was horo Friday. T- minuton1 of Lincoln county will soon fix you up all right and wi" A. J. Adams is ablo to bo out nfter and see if we are not appointed as a press com-im- ward off any tendency toward pneu- a sovoro case of tonsilitis. have c to bring before the people of Hngh Sandidgo was horo last Satthe truth. You can get a rack from ny telling you monia. This romedy contains no Ltii i.i county the issues in tho opium or other narcotic and may urday. nrocery in Stanford, and almost nil in the county. -They havo on w hisky election. be given as confidently to a baby as paged c column in each issue of the Unm ftnd fami,y nt I. J from no until the time of to an adult. For sale by. all deal- - jroroian(j. of Cincinnati, Ruol Spoigcns 'came home Friday for tho holidays. Mlgsos Margaret McCormaok nnd j J H. BAIKUIMAil , Annie Dunn woro guoets of Stanford friends last Thursday. Miss Yatos "of Bradfordsyjjlo; ar-- , rived last Saturday to be llie,guos STYLES. . FALL AND WINTER of Miss Florence Spragens., , ! We regret to loso Miss? TOiitman . m. in i .iuu tonoull unaa ii m .. .i. from tho switchboard for she was full MIlll wiiit My ue t n ono of tho most accommodating and aio uuw ivttuj foi yuui .U'l' .tlus, anc.In nut ' uinkt ni We iim o.n i. in They comprise the beat uu u.. uimhel iiwftuimiiiui' tn, uaimaiw pr, ,vl,. pleasant operators on tho force. nrv.t (,uu uu rk lw uuu . mtwli Oni.Hrhl ( oar! i k. can dull auviuie u to ;hic Mr. nnd Mrs. R. M. Tato and Mr. his clothe uind.. U orw ' "' ""' ,""" A 4K nnd Mrs. J. P. Brown motored to mnifu in tour niuuuu.n ii. iwlHTitu.c BfKQS., o ih.-ti- ' clutlit-to rend) uwile Danville last Tuesday shopping. iu SlanicrrJ. Kcnluckv Miss Edna Cnmnitr is tho guest mad to iiieudure (itieeo IU rotidy uind more HMKat3 of Mrs. Walter Vnn Arsdole at liar- - j UUd ttiau CUtliitdi'led t'oiii , M atj.' Ik Con-gross Di-triJssmmi-iniu- in which this district is is ns follows: W. J. Lnndrnm, Administrator Doyle county, $5,31(1 administrator of Alfred Leathers, Anderson county, 2,0:i"; William M. Doswcll, county, $540 j oxeciftor of Henry P. liotlom, Uoylo county, $1,715; Stephen E. Drown, Doyle , county, heir of Harmon Onrrnrd county, 1,'JOO; heir of Thomas D. Denny, Mercer County, $102; ndminislrntor of Thomas K. Letcher, Jessamino county, Sl'JO; Snmucl P. Martin, Anderson county $.'1.10; widow of Jesso S. Mundy, Mercer county, $501; Ddlo M. Ilct bnrils, Iloyle oounty, 196; widow of 11, M. Itiibinson, Onrrnrd county, $807, cTrrntor of John Ii. Wlker, Doyle count , $.1'JI; Methodist Lpis-copchurch, South, DryantRvillc; $110; Baptist churoh Crnb Orohard, $1,1150, Christian churoh, Danville $726; First Baptist cltcreb, Dnnvillc. oliurrli. $700; First Prosbytsrinn Danville, s)filO; Mstliodiet Kpisonl ehnrcli, South, Dnillc, $520; Presbyterian Tbeolofiwil Sominniy of Kentucky, Danville, $1,180; Ilnptist ohtrrch, Harrorlaburg, $675, l".rst Prosbyterian churoh, Hnrrudsliuru, $1,100; Methodist KpUootml ohurcn. Hnrrodburg, $750, Jaeainine F mnlo Inxtitnte, NieholMviltev $725: town of NicMolnsville, $300; CUris-tia- n clitireh, Xioholavillc, $910; Sul e jthtir Well Cbrwtwm ohurelt, cnni, 300; Ewina; Inetitute. 270; MsthorhVt Epiwo PorryAillo. pal chunii smith, Perry ville, $425: Con-leynl -- GOOD- SHOES MMWHMnsjsjMsjraM --GOOD- FEET -- GOOD- HEALTH zasxxx!SEUxs3z U .v nrFfl Vou cant feel good if your feet are crippled by Poor Shoes. We have the largest " stock of Good Shoes. You can get what you need. We sell nothing but Good v We sell more Good "" Shoes and are making a specialty now of Good Winter Shoes. Shoes, EATS WHAT r3E LIKES after nmm Him sAiP c-i 1 t inm-thlii- them better and sell them cheaper. We buy ur shoes Look Better, Wear Better, Are Better. Then why not treat Your Feet Fitting Them HERE. Rii?ht H. J. McROBERTS StanfordKy. That Christmas Cake mmmg&mmmimmm Will Taste Better than Usual if Made Out of , LOOK' nl j j S At Uur Amas Fruit Window vx Hi .s. Lexing-Courior-Jonr- I .,. BRUGH MAN'S 2g LBS for 7S CENTS a (o . ft n i? o-.- r.o tt' Fancy Patent No. I, Flour. Try a Sack this Veek I Another Stock Due To-morrow. a W. H. lllflS. & H i lo-t'- ol q; ,. Stanford, Ky. & U !r J B jHa-ftHaiBaBi- siafifoifi. b - .CONCRETING , J jfi resenphons. A r I W&jf A Warm Bathroom Every mother should be careful s PtilLLelPS ' "' health must le carefully guarded, particularly now in changing sea- sons 'Do what you can to proocnt sickness, but it it comas place the supplying medicines on us or" alt limes rodshirg last week. that the children take their baths in a warm room. The chill of a cold room is dangerous after com-in- g I ou of the hot water. to Perfeca'oa Smokeless Oil Heater brags bathroom or bedrooo vtes. All roo de&ee of warmth yen West k five or tea have to do is to touch a match. The Perfection Heater bums nke hours oa one follisg and is always ready for use. You can move k 'anywhere k is needed. There is no waste of fuel and heat warmkg unoccupied rooms. Just tlie heat you want, when and where you want it flame spreader The Peifecn'oD is fitted with on automatic-loclcia- g that prevents the wick being turned high enough to smoke sad is ctny to remove and drop back when deaniig. Druui (milked either in tutquoiiUua enaowJ or pais ated I Eght and I wkabU lot aajr loom In aajr bouaa n rani yd aboeg aad duialle A Just the Mr J. P. MeQowcn, of Louisvillo ' arrived Saturday evenins to be with his wifo nnd son during Christmns. Mrs. C. R. McCormnek und nn Tere guests of Mrs. Jnson Taylor, nt Danville Inst week. ; Mrs. John MeKinney, of Mt. Salem was here shopping Friday. FlovdJVnght passed through here Thursday, nx(nut to Liborty. guests of MrsE MeCormacV ' , Il fit lllf tMk- - F'Mr the r. itu"' w WM'A " Siring evtru pre Stnption to us and Anow that you get the most active drugs, careutly and honestly compounded, for best results to the pationla always. Mr. J. H; Woods. Mrs. George Rrndley is Hiifferin-from n severe case of tonsilitis. WiIinm Penvybnuse cnnc I nme Saturday to be with the liornefolks r Penny's !Dru? Stqro, Ho it tu xttint t Imnhf, u 'juru, n ch kr coop ii li k IllHUf or ri fwite Itti PROTECT YOUR Hno'.r I W lutt hbif foi 'i. tniituHiil- ii ilriviiiL' tin- - "III ll riOrlr Hllll li.tli 111 Ol lb Hith Ue nn liniuliiiiir,fii. fir rt, ,j vi'iiilur. ..t nnd if ui n lliiir bliinktl. mi ibe- - huiI at iai Btii vkii hi kinil. quuntllv l li.r- -i m"nV Jty nn,l pri,.e, nobody can. Ami ;p PLENTY OF LUMBER I OH HAND ut an ford JicnucAry, For interior decorating we carry and recommend ALABASTINE, the beautiful wall coating. Call and see samples of tints and ask us about it. fsm during Cbristinns Mis Ret'i'h"' Jfpwlwrn U tuet of l)r nnd Mr. T, 'V. Penninuton thix week Miss Rettii' IViIvvIioiikp is home from RichiTio"il birinv Mip liobdHV Tom N'owbtT" of Rirmtnglinni. 'or nilu build iutoMeb. viiilf I OtaWi Standard Oil Company (lacorporataJ) mrnAati ar wriu ta ar HY d Um ii,i, i,. iiant-rinir- c -- uni)li?K. ' i C. McCLARY Stanford. Ky. I J. A. ALLEN. Stanford, Ky -- ---' vf 0 THE STANF0R1 INTERIOR JOURNAL Wnllaco Biglcton was quite ill for fow days this wcok with'tonsll'itls. Mr. Jocpli U. Mollco of Moreland Mins Virginia Honrno, of HuntingRIKnt CliriHtinna with hia mother, ton, Wn., spent Hovornl days this Mrs. W. 0. McHoe. WL'rk hero with her mint, Miss FlorMm. J. F. Oover went to Conun ence Tmchoart. last ycek to mnko n visit to relaMis llrrtlm Jnckson went to Wnl-lo- n tive s. Inst week to spend tho Chrit-mn- H Mifin ltessio Hnliblo left last week holidays with hor parents, Mr. to vibit her brother, and other re- STANFORD, KENTUCKY PERSONAL and SOCIAL a WHAT SAVED HER LIFE WUIUTJ.SMIT ""SINHSCPLlEflE ?m O TYPEWRITING ind TELEGRAPHY O BuilnfM.Phonoanphy BOOKKEEPING Mrs. Martin Tells About a Painful Experience that Might Have Ended Seriously. niTcsvllle, W. Va. Mrs. Dora Martin, In a letter from Rtrcsvllle, writes: !!.K11"!t.hV,r.,,f'a,,,,,, Hnciio o nn " ifrnlll hn.lD, !, UiflM 1V1LHDH r.rt . nnd Mrs. J. II. Jnckson. Mr. nml Mrs. 11. U. Nonnnn of Walton, spent ChJistmns hero as llio guosts of tlicir daughter, Mrs. T. ,W. Jones. Miss Mnrio Field, of Loulsvlllo . i,oia tho nttmotiro guest during tho holidny of Miss Knto nvla Humty. Prof. W. 0. Hopper of tlio Mt. StcrluiK City Sehool. spoilt tho IiulU dnyn with lii jmronU here,. V Mis innn Wnrrati onitio homo fnitn cehofll at Loiiiulle to spsnrt thi holiday. Slio spoilt some time with Mr. and Mr. I'rod (InrusU at Crab Orelmrd. Whitley Murphy, of In- Miss S liaiiHpi, cam how to upend tho holidays with father. Mr. W. H. Murphy nml family. , Mr I'M IVyton spent soveral days with hor father, Mr. 0. A. Laqkay, ami other rolativea nt Crab Orchard ir last week. Mm. very ill at her homo in tht country jienr Shlliy City, ami hor frisods an- uneHwy over her condition. J (' (Vborna, of Knoxnlk, joined lim wife hsr at Iter mother, Mrs. ChnrL.tie Warrsn's for Ohriattaas. Mi. Ad Waaky, f Mbtrty and ihi Kli'ftbrth Vonaillwn, of Dan ville wire ta aUraslir Jfteats of Oprtrwda ATOMason daring tho - 0irf SKolby ooutiniioa . Soti Alcorn eaios oer frtwn Pti'iwlle and span Christmas week wn'. hr pttwli) .Iwaj m Mrs. J. llnlidit li S'i ret to spend soraral illQm this w,l ih hia parents aid iiatara IlT. Mth.- Al'ont: r 1'iti-Ptraab r Pn dew from J HHie Wood Lynn ha bean frircral tiny. ilU.bat Harding WaUra earn is ttpm RU Lottta for a abort Christina tit to hia laether, Mrs. lthoU Watere here. Mr. W. 0. SeoU si CoTtafte U spending Uw Xtaaa hali4aya at d Mrs. liotnr with hia partna Mr. David Scott. Miss Josephine MeAlistor, of AnR'lr, Cl, to in Daavilla, the Eu.t of Mr. Cknriea lv. Ceeil, Jr. Mr. W. T. Oivena nod lUofktar, laalwlle, left hut Mi TIhIIii. Toxae where they will epend iLr hit'idny. J V Paraona, a Iancotn eonnty wli. i doinf well with a nice little tfrocery in Honaton, Taa, to ipend came h itio lairt wook with the folks. Chntmai Rev I). M. Walkor to spondjnf The h.'liday at Ids former ahurfe . while Mrs. Walker aad in tlm .lillren are with lwr imreota, Mr. oi d Mra. S. J. Pugli at Vanoe-hu- irirtt of Mia liilm Solt for latives nt Belgrade, Montana. Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Ilockor nnd chidrcn npont Christinns with her parents, Mr. and Mrn. M. A. Phelps. Mrs. Jcko Troylor rorurned to Paris hint week alter a short visit to the homofolks hero. C. It. Coleman, of Poll county, was hero several days early in tho wpek'wlth his family. It. W. Milbum, of tho Anderson N'uws, onrao homo to spund the Christmas holidays. r ii. C. Walton returned to Orlanila, Fla., Christinns day after n week or so ilh his children nnd other relatives hero. Mr. and Mrs. J. K. Johnson, of Pittsburg, Pa., caino homo to spond tho holidnys with hur father, Mr. Goonre P. Iirlght. Mr. nnd Mn. W. R. Itlao, of Louis vlJIo, came up for tho Christwati dntidc and waro guesttj of Mrs. Susan Yottgsr. Misa Mary Craie; Haydan, of Paris, was the attractive truest of friends and relatives here during the CTiristmfts holidays. Thotnaa Jlright, who to inakint; a splendid record at tho University of Virginia, oane bomcJ to sWtd tbe holidays with his jiarents, Mr. ami ad Mrs. W. M. Hrigbt. Miss Josephine UesKley went up to London to spend Chris tutas with her grandparents, Iter, ami Mrs. Beailey. ,, Everett St4MM eatof too expert linotyiie opeaajtra on the Lotttoville Herald spent a feAv .lnya at home Uus week with his jmumU, Mr. and Mrs. IL Stone. itr. sjmI Mrs, J. T. Menefee, ware on hiuid for Chrtotouu with hia parctiia, Mi. and Mrs. J. "X. "For three years, 1 Buffered with womanly troubles, and had pains In mr I was nerrons and back and Bide. could not sleep at night. Tho doctor could not holp mo. ITo raid I would havo to bo operated on before I could gat better. I thought I would try urlng Cardul. Now, I am entirely well. I am sure Cardul saved my life. I will never bo without Cartful In my homo. I rccommond It to mv frlonds." Tor fifty years, Cardul has been relieving pain and distress caused by womanly troublo. It will surely help you. It goes to tho spot rcacheo the trouble relievos tho symptoms, and driven away tho cause. If you suffer f'om any symptoms of womtnly trouble, tnko Cardul. Your druRKlrt cells and recommends It. N Tho following taken from tho Louisville Evening l'ost, descriptive Wp nro prepared to install hot of conditions following tho opening water nnd hot air heating, plumbing of saloons in Rowling Qrcen, should . etc, Conn llros., Lnncnatcr, proe of gient interest to thu citi- cim of Lincoln county, in view of For Salo Privately My houso-hol- d tho coming election on February 10. and kitchen furniture Mrs. "it is interesting to compare tho morn! offett resulting from tho I.tlin Cook. O'Jtf firnt three duyH under tho open salW. S. Fish rcprcsenls only the oon", nud thu period known ns no Mitoon reguie, ns shown in the ocst and stronticst insurance ot the police- department. Tho Let him keep you protected 81-tfcom-unnlc- M. SMITH. Lmla(ln,Hr. 0 0 0 0 000UO000O0O000 O0O&$Oa$igri.irfirOfJr 3 TEMPERANCE COLUMN This space is engaged by O the Temperance Committee of jr Lincoln County. I will soil my humu on street on vory ofy term. See il vou ure looking for a good t uriccil Hriok rijjlit. store-room Khi Mnm mv 11. C. Kiioirhmau. for runt on oor-nc- r MrJkin Co., (.iMiuiMKiea, lm tor mvtxil tt JnHrHHiimt, .ml Unk. "IhxM Trutmcnl tor Woxcn," MQl In pWn n;pcr, oa tquuu Get n bottlo from him today. D. Write t! LmIIo' AJvtwy rwt.. of Main and LaneaHlsr hlrovU. I'oijim4om upposito court liotiBu. OS-- it January 1, 1912. J. S. IliM-ko- r SHORT LOCALS. An esatniimtion for fippointmoui to the Slate No rum School ai liiehiaond, l"y. wilt bu held in tti oillcc Dm. 30th, 1011. 0. SingleOtltf ton, Sttpt. 1 firt day of tho reopening of the reopening of tho saloons there woro 14 nrrests, ns compared with one nrrottt on the day following tho closing of tho saloons. Maj 1st 1D0S. "The threo day record sIiowb total anosta of twenty four, of which hambtr fi.teon wore for druukou-iwit- a and disortloily conduct, nnd the halaneo, savo for ono or two were the rosults of liquor, during these ilsyn thero was otic .hooting affray one, cutting senpe, ll oso fight among negroes. nnd several near shooting or cutting fmo-for-a- & For Sale. Street. My liuino on Millet I am Fred Kiehenbcrgor. Rooms for ront over Tho. Poaoe'h atoro. W. A. Tribble, Stanford, Kj. An examination for graduation in eomtnon school oonrse will lie lield in the. conrt lionse January 3ft, 27. Garland Singleton, SupL 1W-- 2. For Rout. Aly new oottngo on Portmnn uvenne. Rath and nU Modern oonvcnioneee. See L. R. Ilnghes or myself. Wn. SUne. "The Mueioul i'uvo rites", number of tho Stanford Club's splendid ooarse of aosae n le Ly-seu- w January i Mencfee, at the Stanford Oj)' ra fTonsc. This is nao of the flue t musieaJ shows lt.v. MUi, A. A. Iiiggina, of Glasgow, wk fr h, Vir-i'iia- nr (' ! Sam T. Harria lwa loan t an-nn- cd b bed for aevoral daya Htb a iseTi attack of stomach tronbte. lfi trany friend are hoplna; thai ho wilt gnnn be ont afrain. Mr ind Mrs. Bhon Camphel are of the roagratuUtiona rereivm their mn in friends upon the arrival of n -- w.Tt little daiurhter in their The little lady has liom.- ' -- t wc.-k- . lii.cn tawed Martha Louise, in honor f Mr Campbell's nunt, Mus ' Mnrt'in Riicrav. country - at hie homo in the awl Miss Mary lDfgins, at B. tasso hobm to spend Christmas with their Murwita, Mr. and Mra. W. IL Iliggbis. Hon. W. II. Skaaks returned this trotn Colnmboa, (la., wlioro iie wihhas been on bosmeM for the pst mv eral weeks. Ha sput art ral days in t'r.inkfort on jK'itical business and will go there nest Monday to attend the opening o' the h,.MaitTo session. Mrs. William Warren, of Danville, was here lat wt. for a few days the guest of her daughter, Mrs. IleeLner. Mr. V.'arron is one of the leading D. A. H. women of the eonnty, nnd hag held many positions of trust in the organisatitii.--Wincheste- r Democrat. Judge and Mrs. K. G. Willia.es of Ft. Mitchell, gave a dinner, very rhju-- in apjxnntment, last Wednesto Mrs. John day in oomplitueut Storeseb, of Lincanter, Ky., guest of Mr. nnd Mrs. Arthur Hubbard, of H. MiUfaell. Judge and Mrs. understand the art of dining well their' guests Another pleasant feature was that it was the first anniversary of their marriage.. Choice Kearney rose graced the center of the tabid. The guest of honor wore a superb velvet grown nchly eiubroidti'ed, and she was up acknowledged charming guest. Mr? fraccfiil-l- y H'tM' tf'i, w,PrV V? a on the road and lanr.- - crowd will undoubtedly be present. Don't forget Roek tho dat WantedMan two farm; , to work on lianda hi good Injuto furnished. Apply to W. A. Harasf It. K. D, Xo. 2. 1B1-- 2 ini wnh fmariiy, wth ' lxst. Chikfs gold stiff batton with "3" on it. l'lcate retMra to Sbngars it Tanner's drag store. 101-1. Lm-ei- Mrs. Mary Tburman. of Adair couuty, died at Iter h iue near Mill- town last week of miinmties due to old age. She wns 7o jears of age and is survived by her husband, Adolphim Thunnan, who is now 80 jours ol age nut! wno is n liau brother of, tho Into Col. T. P. Hill, of this city. is . D. Carter Chief of PoHea suffering quite govt rely from a wound in his foref i.tr, where it was bitten hf "Willie Moore a young man from tlie oountry whom he ar rested fur lining drunk last week. Moore caught the officer's digit 'in his teeth nnd came near biting the end of it off before he could be nude to turn it lor- - . Judge Mene-le- e guvo him $30 and coots nnd tried to make him tell nvw ho got the hooze that ho had soaked up. He MjMsted, huweer tUat ho hali not drunk whisky but had only boau drinking "hops." WD-Ha- mloriied. iQi eefj'ujnsT il-- ,t'a s Fin-- c l Vftti Alxirovc - r. Feel At Home At The LINCOLN Wftlt,r P. Crail, wote a palo bluo chiffon garniture of lace, corwgo knot of and valley Jdios. Her, toilet way ijuito couiploto with n eoquetish juhet cap. The hostoes was gowned in pink crepe de cliino Mr. Qarlnnd miis also u guost. Cinoinimti Enquirer, i H Sparks,giet qt Mrs. 8JQ tS3tXFy J.'3B5TiflteiVa agent for tho llitrrnatioiml your husband, father, brother, or friend and oogine r.een nndur the inflnenao of Hqaor, nnd feed cm lei Meet on the market. J. L. Reatley, but who were spirited away by come today. A dollar will start it. friends before arrests oonhl 1 Thire Is a great difference In lift made. "Thero was probably more liquoi Insurance policies. Mutual Benefit drunk in Rowling Green the first Stanford, Ky. I Policies arc superior. can show wee days of open saloons than you. Why not buy the best? R. M. during the last sis months of no saCapital $50,000. Surplus $4,098.02; Kcwlnntl Agent. loons." Deposits $75,499.13. The above quotation is vary mild ly descriptive of what wa may W. L. McCarty, Pres. M. B. Salin, Cashier. stiw o oho cmr or imwo. ir to have in Stanford and LinLdca ooemr. nuitK 1. cmrist awkc n.tii that be wtw coln county should the saloon return j ctumtii a mhk m tka una tP,Tsaso, otumr Co..i Som um oar fci'Hwiii simc in addition to a' large pei kI iHiiimM, MM arm ut 1K1LL.MU HB rurb tte "on for of our own population who wil ONE HUNIRSt an4 rntf cont OM. at ct iuk Hut (Miiot be bm bj iim vm m llkiv cUTiNan COM. THANK . fHPMEV be patrons of the dnnk shops, we Smrn M bSr nw nd ilmnsrt i mr will be tho uoutor of distribution foi Uk Mk iter X DMr, A. O. H Garrard, Royle, Casey and Itock A.W.OLEV801V. 7ZZ, SvfclP 1 Untjiir roauo. castle counties, where thero are no eT : CM&rrh ttkn MernkUr rl rt saloons. To even suggest this, lltlll una th Cure tMt XMmi dttl MM lot IMtBOMH,Maui ntIuh at tkc DM to bring hack unpleasant mem r 1. C1IKNKY CO TOMta, Q, iM tar aS rtrwaMs, n.fnr rortJpatlea. ,1 ories ot other days to the citiaens ol & rak IltS-- l'av II. our oounty, nnd especially those who Toll mo the article you will buy livo along the highways. In those soon, l will navo illustrated cata day? it was dangerous for the wo-iu and children to go away froii logues and factory prices sent you. ijti -?. John R. Iiiririne. grocery. Dannlle home without nn csoort for fear of a venn e Stanford, Ky. Sales mfor- - meeting soino drunken rowdy and -sa' mntion rojiorter for M. S. I. A. large being snbjeetcd to insult and perbap- fnatorijBS. Mail order houses nnd Molcncc. clients. The jwoplo of Stanford and Lincoln county are juBtly proud of their Fresh fcounlv of International cbools, nud it indeed refreshing slock nnd poultry food. E. T. each morning to see tho great num101-2- t. Penoo ber of children driving into town to take nihaiitago of their opportunity TO THE TAXPAYERS for nn education but if tho saloon thould bo voted back, what parents All proporty on which tax is not . could afford to sen'd sons and duugh paid on or buforo January 10th will tors to school iu town, without' bo advertised for salo. AV. L. Combending a man with them, running 1024t S. L. C. tho risk of having them moot alono the drunken rowdies that are sure Matt and Charloy Reed, of to infest our thoroughfaros? woro nahbnd today by This condition will compel those Coleman United States Marshal who send their here living in the country md lodged in jail in this cii-y-. , children to school iu town, to send' ..,-Liicy are langubhing without bai. them elsewhere or let tbem go un'' are clutiged with lulling whit- - educated. ky. Danville Advocate. So much for those who live in the country in our county, but how BOOSTING WILL SHANKS ubout thoe who aro contemplating Joe liuibry, R. If. Coffey and E. moving to this oounty be'eauso of G-BTRAINING SCHOOL for TEACHEfe R. Coleman eomios a trio of demtho superior advantages wo havo to COURSES: Preparatory. Slate Certificate, from Ijuooln offer T Any thoughtful man kito'ws ocratic politicians Counly Certificate Review, Life Diploma. They are at the Seelbach they will abandon the idea and seek county. Special. Tuition Free to Appointee. and nro putting iu n little time do- a home whoro there are no saloons, , lot nml tlfna we will-bdenrived df tfceir1 Expenses Very Low. Ask About It. Arti&tie rjatalogio Free. Ailreiritvt: ing ChrMiaab shopping nml-of time boosting the candidacy of (irese'nVa anil also'tTiolr'nloncy. fcv- -j f. 'Gf'CRA'BfcE; President.' "T Are- u fi Rjqhmontl, Kenttief j Williatn llf Shnnk's'for SiPcnkcr of erv mnij wio il. idl.v 1. imnsa, luiima al. lunc tho Houo of Reproscnfu'tives.-A- rcan be' only ono motive behind tho gus in Louidvillo Herald last week. efforts of thoso who are seeking to return saloons to Lincoln county, Burglars cntorcd tho store of" F. and that is that a few men in tho T. Rurke, tho well known merchant county want to make monoy by SellSTANFORD, KENTUCKY of Junction City, last week, and ing whisky. got several dollars from tho cash register. iawdioe affrays. "Th arrests for drunkenness wore few as cMHRfmred with the number ried or single she should have a bank account. It sometimes helps make a woman more thrifty and it alwavs makes her independent of circumstances. M o matter whether a woman is mar ". 'j 7 J? iJMS ' ' tni w tf Much future misery may be saved you, madam, if you open a bank account bere. Ask STATE BANK & TRUST CO., ox-po- st 1 riii S:c Pi nyyAHTKHN v-- -- s ni Mc-Car- gins in an Kinas oi furniture. Good goods uauc. nc win vi have the goods; Lome to see us and you will be convinced that they are worth the low prices we ask for them. Suites, Tables,Chairs, Rocker s, Beds Springs, Mattresses, Cots, Hall Trees, Davenports, Couches,Pic- tures,Bookcases, Trunks, forts, Blankets, Carpets, Rugs And Mayings. a . a vkw r1 ?For substantial Xmas 'w J ' ft' I 1 ;. w. a: tribble, Stanford. Ky. . - &l V Normal n o 1 m. a f FIRST NATIONAL BANK. PROGRESSIVE - HUDDLE. Mr. J. S. MoKittriek ho Iiub lived on tho Georgu Dught farm for the lnnt 0 ywr Iumj moved to Doyle county. Mr. Hurry Fryo, of link movod to tho Ilright llus-tonvil- COUNTY NATIONAL BANK Meet your frimds and transact your Young and old have them. ScniP'.V'U-- them. They get tired, starved. SYMPTOMS: Loss of sleep and appetite, in' " farm. Muster Jesse Bohon, of Phil, Casey county, is visiting relatives in his neigliborliood. Mnry" Rankin 'enmo homo MIrs from lliehmond Friday to spend the holidays. homo from David Rankin enmo Orantville, Ga., laKt week. NOTICE TO STOCKHOLDERS eventually w?schcd stitution. stimulate only. digestion, irritability, con- notes on tho inauguration Jessamine Journal says of a former Llncolnito: "Freo Silver Johnson was in his glory. Ho has already begun talking about attending tho inauguration of tho noxt democratic president." Tn somo Particularly the Ladies. tho Not only pleasant and refreshing to the taste, but gently cleansing and sweetening to the system. Syrup of Figs and Elixir of Senna is particularly adapted to ladies and children, and beneficial in all cases in which a wholesome, strengthening and effective laxative should be teed. It is perfectly safe at all times and dispels colds, headaches and the pains caused by.iadigestioa and constipation so promptly and effectively that it' is the one perfect family laxative which gives satisfaction to aft. and U: recommended by millions of families who have used it and who have personal knowledge of its ex cellence. Its wonderful Dopulanty. however, has led unscrupulous dealers to offer imitaTheretions which act uniawfactorily. fore, when buying, to get ks beneficial effects, always note the ful name of the Company CaMomk Fig Syrup Co. plainly printed on the front of every package of the genuine Syrup of Fun and Elixir of Senna. Fc sale by U leading dmggists, Pnce 50 cents pet bottle. STRONG fvl ACCOMMODATING-And Seeking Your Bank Account. SURPLUS $25,000 CAPITAL $50,000. !I TO-DA- Y. Alcoholic remedies Scoffs 2 soothes T ,3 - Em business there rorniT uoit to Court Houho Stanford. Kentucky. to Ilustonvillc, of Uustonville. for the eimnti clett tliicot' year, will b.i held at its banking Tuesdny in Jnnunij, 1912, which in J. W Hocker, January 0, U12. . Cashier. The regular meeting of' tho stock 3 tnirui 'hegnJV ot llypo- uoldn of the National Rank of ji phospr.i, Iodine and Ky., ft - and nourishes, feeds the nerves. A ujtutal nerve-- f' od, con- - Ctly. .If. KT-- L iiu W A nhi-uwu-L. AMfl 11-- ALL DKL'OCISTO The postoffice department has istcmp, sued a fpecial registration so that it can bo nior easily distinguished by mail clerks. Postmaster Florenco has received some for' salo hero. Tho new stamp is oblong in shape, of light bluo color with nn eaglo with osicndcd whig sitting on a rock, pictured on it. Herctoforo any kind of a stamp or stamps could bo used on a regts'.cr-- d letter or package, and frequently tho letters bo stamped wera overlooked by tho clerks and not takuu through the regular registry channels. To avoid any such mistakes in future the new stamps will bo put into use Tho price of the stamp will be ten cents. Open an Account With us RURAL TELEPHONES. MR. FARMER: Make your home as modern lor your family aa a ice, -eaideuce, and place yourself in a position to gtt lhr latest market quota tiow. tt any time. This can b6 accomplished by means of our telepbotm service which you and your neighbors can get for u sum that is small compared with the benefits received. Call or address our nearest olUce or write direct to leadqusrten, Nashville, Tenu., ior information regarding our special "Farmers' Line" rate. If you are not at preseut enjoy Jug" telephone wrvice, we can immediately interest you. Our lines cover the States of Kentucky, Tennessee, Mississippi, Louisiana and tie Southern portion of Indiana and Qliaok EAST TENNESSEE TEL. 4 TEL. CO. (IMOOSrOKATKB1 , STST? i i T t INTERIOR JOUR HAL fa . wHfH,1 'li LP O k ' u 4MiaadinttM&fta I 1 i--- rj V 1. OF. ELECTION. - $ 1- rNAT if n ' fHE STANFORD STANFORD, KENTUCKY NOTICE M. 4 XMAS &$ -- - '"tX a Cash for Accounts and Notes m r & m comes ihhiI.v lint) ilirri I when you place tliutu wifli u nml look after fur collection. We make collection claims nnywherr in t lie United Stales and Canada, ntnl rhrtfee no chnnrr unless wo cnllret. Itnnk reference Kcsular term Lincoln ronnljr court HirM II th .day of l)trrniler, 1911, t Hon. JuirtA'l'. lUilry Jude pr-- I aiding. M B?S iiSSliSCE.-.E1racte- d Froni wiW-otfry tolPlanffc Ul ., IMOL1UAYS, i m e Correspondence Invited. MAY'S COLLECTION AGENCY, Somerset, Kentucky. nod oilier, petition for local optfbn election. port the hearing In He J. O. Wtatlierford an not ohtjr N wi't Ur Melieritet.tmt ilitrMe loKowt U tHew Co ti l) j In mlttre W" S- com, to Mm (orwt I Hir ni mrXerte hm f bC w root tA mtmtrtlrf, yon. Ti Ve tUe bik tA tin Iren. th (M It 11 fir wiea ttrmt, )nlofi Hrtf ro t, qnttn'n root, MooJreot nJ lcn el(mk ol thtm wllh pHt the rlfht preferllant nJ yoti Mr eilnet lib,' - lird It 00 1 Dr. Pierce, trlth THE FARMERS of tho above Hrerlc eirrt tU uptrlmcnliil 'J (iltnor ml wiifcetit U u ol fwrttd of tttoKel. Juit Ibe ert 01 rtmtxly yen Bttd M o4t nnd core that luMilsd IkttAnv Plixce'n (.eldcti McdlCHl uincotcrjr. tU HUtuie tA two learned efcfiilt, eltM reri ol lomketh)( pure aal Utmllra rho Dfpicree'a and Golden Mrdieat TctLtd ArraovAL and h told fnera Itrielr In the put Jerrf ileaaaeh leole. yem tlna any other Mood purifier "JUmm'Uma m I H not nt hhh-- f 1 rtxwfh rwl tg ta . . . UIW .mwu - "III" tm Ftt. Willi. M ut I4aUU1a. MAflA. k. mif ...v.s... w. 8 stantial gifts, like the following list: 5 5 lyouihat it is better 'Reminds us of our host, of friends to be Remembered. Let us remmd g to present sub- - i l 0 0 Box of Collars Selection of Tics Holeproof Socks. Silk Socks Stylish Hats Kid Gloves Shoes box of Shirts Mufflers from 25c to $7.50 Umbrellas. Sweaters Handkerchiefs Traveling Bags Over Coat Suit Aviation Caps Suspenders i t . A "A T f " ' r.ts' t,v.r P- - . M N& 7 I nnd they state and are advised nnd n bclifte that said petitions do not O contain n sufficient number of icgnl petitioners to authorize this court to rail said election, and this motion O II SUITCASES SILK HOSE. SILK SOX is made in good faith nnd not for SCARFS m MIODLEBURG. MUFFLERS OVERCOATS iiuriHJxeH of delay. They state that ' rnirf petition was only filed on FriSUITS SILK UMBRELLA SHOES Be-- I day December S, 1911 and they have it temutionnl Fat Stock Show. : The last official act of Augustus had no time to mako n careful ex ' low him stood several prizo winners E. m Willnon was to appoint" 1 In rri- amination of nid Ittttg, whieh connt nnous state fairs. I'rice !f300. Simpson of Hiitehrrtown, MagLt- - I . ains nhout 1760 name, nnd tho T. W. Jones & Company shipped n inai lthrpc car loads of stock to Cincin irnic. j( is iiopcu worseMr. oirap-to- attorneys thereon roofed the coart will not proc a ail urea to continue the hearing.of thw chimu pam week, incy nati markets Inst n Magistrate than Willson did as Gov- until Thursday, OO O O; Deremher 14th, mm Iroin 3 to 4 cents for tho cattle, ernor. . 11 filin-jJUll, to the ot nhieh mvr whieli were mostly of butchc" grade Miss Mnttio MrDaniel closed her nnd'the maldm; of ku.d motion J. S. that AUCTION SALE1 t rltnber of (etitmnera from' and from 4 2 to 3 ccns lor the school at Lnnhnin's Friday. OjCslcy and G. D. I'lorawce, nltor- - 0IM.h in f it id voting preewets hogs. Mrs. V. T. Miller who lias bean hays the jictitianen. ebjcted oh1 (tapial of France are Saturday The vineyard i I lil inure than per cnt j Thursday I'r..!ny and 1911 Dec. 28, 23,30 worth ?240 to $400 un nore nnd the in quite feeble cwtditioiirfor several fit nprarin); to the tmirt tlmt Mid df till voU rtiMictin-lin aaid ? & & e? & & & & &: & c- c? I wdl off.r for ale at my store & to months will start in a few days to .!'. M. M Itobflrta ihl not rMHrettt flower nnd vegctablo lands was iwed prewi U (' Ihc ragular November HriMlhead. Ky., un the nhu o nameI St. Cloud llu.r to send the winter any perm whoe im v $300 an acre. W- - ofettii I, 1 IH, wkieh is the larft pre-date to the btgheat bidder a lot of The total jield of thcTexa pea- with the hope of regaining her to ihc iKtrtKa aakn.j fur mid file tuild t'cdln health. Her two sons nnd ttoM nierrnUd lus m kn oral rioetlon held in naid hhttvH efothina;, bat, ludirn nnd nut crop in 1910 was 1,070,290 bushaiKr and overrated Um motion to count , it is iww oidered and ad-b- y men' underwear, grocenes, (hardel". The crop of 1911 is expected Preston will accomanv her. Mis Mollic Wilson went to Farmer's City continue the heani.g ! wii cause. ' ware, furniture, iHeensware, to exceed this. 1,(10 court that an election And thcrwpon the Illlltenl8ilr'., etc. Also during this sal? I Aeher Adkinson, of Gnrrnrd coun- Illinois last iteck tOfTlt her brothlifreby ordircd to be held, will 411 mrKTBzasscKGzizemszsxzizmseisziz IC is tluir nttorneys deu-ne- I , with !0 ty, Hold 1,680 pounds of tpbacco at er Mr. Sim"Wilson.'" offer the followini;: 2 disc har- Several crow of tobacco raised court the sum of ?'"-j- boing the II. IiU olr louuty, K.., on Saturday row,t i COrn dnll, 1 mowing maan average "price of yl5.C0 per hunas necctt- - Febn. rt- IHth 191'J. for tho nuroowiirhlne. 1 hav rake. 1 cHittimr lox 1 dred. One basket brought 29 cents in this vicinity were haaled to Dan amottpt Hxwl by the ville and told on tho market there orj' t" dtfru) the e(ewos of sab' of ta iug I lie sene of the legul o- - (tobacco screw, 1 two hortc wagon, per poupd. ejection and the Htord iters . ' mii, county, who are nuah- - nndoIbeMiarming uuplementa. John Adams, of Lancaster, sold llast week. The average price ob the Mirt that cflid ramie be heard fledt oljli nt au cftctioc for coun- Terma e"pit ciudi all hettlcments males to traders tained Wing about 0 cent. three nml tlta conrt tft.iiiied xaid ty a tlrc, uiMaDlie' pronoaitiun. to be made un dav f sile t in the, Buena Vifcta section which Dr. Join) Jni-K'of l'ulnski coun C'i namller. J. Thos. Chtrry Whetl r i i ntt ti7?!fiti iitintitt ie " broimht about $180 per hegd. ty was Imre Sundaj to see one of And it Hpjwitriiijc to lite eoiirt malt Auctioneer irouiicau, pu f t Hball bi sold bartered d of mules dero expected our prettiest girls. A that at a special term of this court or la ncd'in suid Ijiicoln county, from Lancaster, recently to Mr. An Ilerman Jones and his sister lliss ABOUT nOAD CLAIMS Friday, Decern!., r Sth. 1911 a And U futlher ni (judged by tho i derson, of South Carolina, there be Clrota, of Arabia are here sending held written petition was tiled and noted court jihat ;he prom Ion of the lawi ing 2(5 head in the consipiment nnd the holidays. All turnpike claim nllowded ut tho of reconl blgncd by a number of and w jiouibition shall apply to which cort $125 to $200 per head. term of the feral court which was William Logue.of Jlarrodburg, is legal voters-ieach of Ike precincN druoj! its. D. F. Rankin shipped three, car here with his : : : held Tuesday will be payable on and sister Mrb. Rev. C. T. of Lincoln county equal to and Sheriff of after the fifteenth of January. AlP Ai W I JifcCa-ty- , loads of mules from this section to Claunrh. ,, more than 25 per cent of the voles Unco t .meeting with a ' is hcjTby ordered to claims hereafter, including turnpike Georgia, one load cdant.Y Fogle ret units! cast in said several precincts nt open Miss IJuby smash-u- p on route 17 head .receivpt) in each and all of thu and county road . ,1 the regular November election, 1911 otini prflinets of Lincoln county miscellaneous ing such, injuries as to make thorn Friday frtm Jellieo where she has tasking been teaching that un election lie held in on Ft may 0th 10;2, for the pur- - rbuns, will be allowed onlx at their MA practically worthless. The fifth Sunday meeting will be aid Lincoln county on February txise of i siding sad election ua regular terms, which are as follows: .Bod Warfield, of, Elizabethtown, held Saturday evening and Sunday 10, 1912, for' the purpov f taking hereii cnltred, and he Li directed County road claims in Aurust, has returned from Atlanta, ua.. claims in October and the sense of the legal, voters of said to disposed of one load of at New Salem Baptist church. Sevpf I.'kU the order and call for pike claims in December. where This rule . .& m && m m 41 mules, he frosa where he shipped eral of the Baptist )eop1e here will county who are qualified to vote at j3t m& i ec.'iti in the Interior Joarnal and. will be strictly to, we are inform- an election for county officers, upon a ne publishid ut Stanford, another to Montezuma. Ga to be attend. whether or not Ky., the projvosition for theensmng year will be held at old 011 tho retail market. lie reNOTICE TO SHARE HOLDERS A few persons have persisted in ir il least tw weeks before vinous or malt liqnorn its banking office in Stanford, Ky ports the market is exceedingly dull. filling their .hides with, mean whis- spirituous sold, the 1 lh dly of February, 1912, the bartered or loaned in shall be in the ky, nnd making themselves disagrec-bl- e date f ia d election, and he will on h'o secoud Tuesday" in January At tho sale of Gus Gieszl IJncoln county, and nttking that the . Tliq regular meeting of the shareadv)1iie sacie by printed O to behold. But they have been POSTED 1912 wjufh' is 'January 9th 1912. IIj Hast End Iaat week splendid pric am e$ titan, la y wati! nmn till W& ! HIIU lVIIW holders- of Lincoln County National Silk posted a, one or moro good crowd wup quiet and hate, caused no disturb- IllWItllUII A Vraro realized, to druggists, and 1 Baughman, Cashier. tion be applied C spir ance wo are glad to uote. voting Bank of Stanfprd, Ky., to elect dir' in attendance, the bidding was j (Tne buntiac saaaoa U upon ua an this day came said petitioner and conl' :uoii places n each said conr ty tor at least nearly everyone wants to pot fats ited .and Col. J. Pf Chandler Kept ectors for the ensuing year will be moved the court to enter an order Prec'' NOTICE TO STOCKHOLDERS two 1 icW before sad election, thinga moving. Aged mares snut . i.. u.i.i .i:..:-.- . held at its banking office in Stan.:.i rivviiuu III w iirm place. Tba caarca U 24 ceata caaa u tillC IIU Thi for x of tba question to bo ltn name.) from $7,r to $100; fillies from $7f ... 1 . r .1 ... ' f ., fled in snid petition, and it zoro, ny., on mo bctoiiu i ii.ijr ... m f , tnM,;-Awean-linT. lwJr. $80; cows from $25 to $30; to the court upon the proof placet en I he ballot is as fellows: ,0. V. Ilastr January 1012 which fa January 0th ho,jcrs of the Crab()rchard Herman Hirkolt. AND UNDERTAKERS nk; cnlros $8 a head; hi fine iack 'yoj in favor of tha heard in open court npon said mo C. M. Allen. T. Willson, DEAL-Esuckling ALSO 1812. W. M. Bright. Cashier. YES ,I iag Company, of Crab Orchard, Ky., was. taken down nt $497; signatures to said pe sale, wrtir or loan la Lin- tion that the I L. O. Gooch. J. D. Manning lunty, Ky., of ipirit- coin IN FURNITURE, hmles sold Crom $10 to sou; id; tition an; true and genuine signaIReichenbaah Sros. K. II. I'lummer. to eect directors for the ensuing from $3 to $8 a head; soh ana f RUG8. THEY WILL tures of the persons whose name oua, 1 cotdyor mult liquor. Jaeob Qandeo Fred Voa AMaaan NOTICE TO SHAREHOLDERS. year, vriM bo held at itavbanking6f- - pigH brought fn) 23 fnnn NO Mattie IL Ilewea. 0 S. II. liauxhmaa appear thereon, and that the peti- The j otubw of the local EXCHANQE FURNITURE 4 ,flcoin Crab Orchard on the second liu tpU )ld weU. Mn Gieszl rentopU- laa and prohibition tioners are legal voters in their TV. P. Belden Fred Von Gruenuran, FOR ALL KINDS OF STOCK. TJio regular meeting of the. share- Tmpsdny in January 1012 which a ed 100 acres of his placo with no TJr.roln shall .ppW to dnifBts. nrecinets in snid Jobs llerzoc J. M. Gooch THEM, A, CALL. PRICE eiVI A opy holders of The Pirst National Bank January ?, 1912. Wm. aad John Huffman. J. C. Bailey, fiouse on It to August Cartels for county as set forth in said petition. RIQHT. William Cordier. $380. J. It. Myers of Stanford, Ky., to elect directory Cashier. and that the regular election held Mtwi O. B. COOI"JR, CTerk Un J. W. llaucbman. L. I'. Kunnelley, 3 untt Court. November 7th, 1011, is the last pre- - co,n Gr J. F. Govr, Mrs. V. G. Mcllea cedinjj general election held in said J " re Ik hereby given that in ; ! Mrs. l'tlle SKonamore. ice ,V the abeve ertfer of the county, and that there are 13 vo- - M6' G. V. Koger, John M. Carter. county. ire nreeinets in raid eountv, and Csttni Ccsrt elwHI Cumenisch. Mrs. Mattie White be held by nra J. li. ttiat i U tVcllsfl Mrs. San lattfu lime Itbove staled. W. L. Mc- - II. C. S. I). Hiatt, E. V. Cattello Ilaiifilitunn, Carson. Sftiflf .'Jfic&hi County. Mesicr Iiros. J. S. 1 locker. Kotiee. No one allowed, to hunt " ti I) His Own Home Town n m farm. Fox Duddernr. IS MAKING HIS HEADQUARTERS For Sale. 50 ucrcs of. timber land on Ottcnheim piko Frank Colo-maRoute, 1 Stanford, For Sale. 800 bushels of shelled touts, 200 bushels orchard grass seed, COO bales timothy hay, G fancy Polled Durham weanling bull calves A No. 1. Duroc Jersey boar, A. W. 08-t- f. Carpenter, Morcland, Ky. Stanford. A car of cotton Bced and rinsced menl just received . J. II. Baugh- All fresh stock and at prices 100-man eV Co., can afford to pay. Lcslio nnd Will Tucker sold 5,000 poundr of tobacco Inst week to V. C. I. Kincniii at 10 2 cents n pound Fred Brnunswcip; had a nieo little Restaurateur irop of 7C0 pounds for which he got Ky. Stanford, 10 cents. pound- of 11. C. Hooker sold 7,000 When words fail send your girl a tobneco to Kinenid last week at an box of ".Dolly Varden" candy, She'll uvcrngo of 11 cents. C. A. Wilfetfa nnd Crawford Bros., like it. of Lebanon, recently purchased of Mr. Abrnm llcnick, of Winchester, Tho world's biggest apple Ky., tho well 'known Shorthorn is in Kausas. It contains breeder n bull calf, Mark .Master. trees. 1 his calf is au exceptionally fine one, having won first premium nt tho n, 08-8t- p. Christmas Goodies SANTA CLAUS styled cause, 1. M. Mcftobcrts, an Altorrey, appeared before the; court and moved tho court to file a ccr-tnl- n which ho then presented, pp-ir-, and which 1 in word and figures a follows: "Ip re J. G. Weathc'rford and othis making our store his headquar- ers, petition for looaloplion election. ters this year, for tho nicest CanNow comes, J. A. Allen, C. K. Tato It. O. Gooch, W. K. HmgiMon, dies, Fruits, Nuts etc., ever acea in It. Y. Ballard, O. C. Iliffe, U. G. fcti4 of nerve nbaHs. ac Iteairry heart I Ha ( 10 mite nrn, wwm gr 1 -- ad 11 -I 1 .llj . .ll- -- m Ml a it 4, wh ! I Md Iwweonv rnOnl. tlollBir ! tnMrMtkxi kwt mmUMMrx. ana aartMd lit, rtnw a WM" ., , wIUIinrrtT7anit'l1alit -ana rum a rwm i TM Uaa." mnrrml u ewU la U )ut Ut f iwwrt-- 1. I ewiM M ami MM4lla -- In wn fft.mil MtHoff.KN. T. w M. atAitHl Uh4 ef Um marftHM rf(ttT iHI TJML in v.... I T kana. rUB aaMldS ( ' uirnr !.' bt n, wH " Or, Flttce' a Pita fat PrIUt mr tor llnr ItH. 3. 1-- L Giver Itufus Lipp, James Yowell, W. A. Coffey and other citizen!, residents and xotcra in Lincoln county Kentucky, nnd moved tho couxi to continue tint hen ring of this case, until Thursday December 14th, lfrll in order that the above persons aid mm&mmmmmm9miii&Bmmw FOR 5 Vl others opposed to the holding of afd election, 'my have an opportunity the lut of petitioners to eami filed herein, to the cud thnt all per alA who ar' ""'4 tiot legal voters, and whone names J ure impropery gigned nnd appear thereon may be stricken therefrom. The New Year 0 on will noed tomctinff new. We have every- lpir that is suitable for a nice present, for old as well as young people. 0 7: - ,""'" I"ti"' !ittpenders. Coat Sweaters. Net $ Caps 0 (rVbrk and Dress Gloves. Light , Weight Rubber Coats. A full line of Novelties that are new Call and take a look. 0 Stanford, Kentucky. -- 6 o AM ROBINSON Stanford, Ky ii I Cummins & Wearen I o 0 ii0OOO 0 0 0 0000 00 0 0 j 1-- a ja a -- sqds fr s t et i CHRISTMAS ! Our house is replete with Xmas 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. o yt te o nrt 8 mo-tio- u. r, car-loa- Vi n Hughes, Martin & Co. Ky. Stanford,, 9 9p Ie yi e & a tpV m ..-- -. J. L. Beazley &Co m R MAT-T,IN(J- 8, -- .ii:.. .. io" xr .i a - $-- ,. T lJfc Mk AND CLAUS : 'illl'MAIS t , We Pay r, 1 b. h .r Tf vrai want a Cnnt for. all kinds. , -. ....-Ma of weather buy one oa vcur rain- V- aa'' m i AT SAUNDERS' STORE, WITH A FULL LINE OF TOYS, JEWELRY SILVERWARE, SILK HOSE, TIES, CHINA Highest Market Prices For 8ee lfnr" vi. tV ta couiitrv Or deliirreL Iloi uii5 tile, Ky., well own dtntixt EVERYTHING NICE ,t coats. Ci fL TO EAT, CANDIES, FRUITS AND TURKEYS .et i NUTS. ; MAIL ORDERS PROMPT- LY FILLED. S W. E. Pcrkirfs, tf-r- f CRAB ORCHARD, KENTUCKY. K. B. Northed ...'. mm u i m ci . I . L. L SANDERS Critb Or oh ti rd, Kentucky. T. K. Tudor. Mgr. PIIONE 153. tucky aur)', the v y Ut hi felloir townsman in id wi kidney wid bladder trou b oeui he Ifnsvlf was outed. "I huo nvlnt run .1 n a very bad fen a 1 .1 Clors pfcrfurmril un oi. rjeo to , "--J tie firkt rehe I bHd wi- itui dkirA FoVy I'ills. Tboy hae L- - i Utroodtfehan anythhic ! - Vr t ' IrciL I to hae a tirrli, uiU i",rosii no Iwck but are taiii') Foley Sidney J 'ills I inve Ui ni pain ap( KMdly recn tml IWatn ;i ill 1 Itave Ltdne rnttML" )Vw( srvj Taaaer. - J. W. Jordan, a Iving on Kei- near 7th Street, tudi J. C. McCiary jd UJMHtfTAKER AND EMBALMER j . :a 'i MHTANFORO, T KY rnppteM ltr. Meat 'f faoM n. i ' it - .