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HEI..M ipNHiks V.B a cawlldate for r himself, and it k claimed, Very Cleverly PrtMnM ky Mt FPP(T FM !PUHwfMr r Given By Stanford Young Men tkat MoCreary's Jackswi's Schsal af ExprsstM IiIjh in the race N'tdte" IW Ijfltortt iummiidlmi weHld get bekittd . j;. m- His Wark en War De- Prove Delfghtful Affair. - 4l,,i 0t Terrell. Jir, Slianka, a As nmM tMMM yitNl IMPI -ww "rikftj partiMdt GMMtfttee Millions ivhw e Tho Rivals, a comedy kt'Tive" act i iPjL"'r"'-- " ever, declares hiniHcIf as Wi MHnt;r t !) Ono of tho most delightful dances by WHi'lcSavMl. This Year ; ot Uouglfta and 1 1 - TW Richard. Sheridan, was very clevnbiv itt flt.P.0r carrying outft5BHi?WmS!5WiH!r 1' '.- given by tho young men of Stanford erly presented by avenue. Other Jiantlsome party'H plcdices an mado in th membera of Miss1 . i, s liandred witne Representative and tho lit somo timo was tho annual Christ Helm, M Ko'uHMVwill bo erected on this de- Bertha Jackson's pupils from ber peareiUJfiWt'Crtiiity was that Judge k great vUtury hc deowiey in jilalform nnd in thohobelief entirely street during tho coming Democratic members of the Commi1,- - mas hop given at tho Opera IIouso ! school of cxnrcssion at WaltoH'a that if afMra mts won at conacicntious forsfWMtal ilWkrMHiiy morning, faav-f.- ' tco of which bo is Chairman, nro on the evening of tho 23th. Scibcrt's I Opera House on Friday evening. Th ho spring and summer, JVaakfert Jbfowky wkm the Demo- - Behobcrth was chosen Speaker, in.kiLMMnmte4 ,lu- - the ease of. ,'. smiling broadly ovor winning "first orchestra of Louisvillo mudn the inclement weather caused many wW Capt. JJ T. Denhanl a valiant solcraU el the llomt ot Kifaeiita- - would do tho same, reganlloas of democratic musio for tho occasion, nnd an ele hud JefcTlWk,'I1flIa''vltK"kilk'nKr. blood" in tho general intended going to stay at homo EUak itWWBS dier of tho Civil war and a most tlreu Bowinated Claud. . Terrell tho baneful influences behind him. gant luncheon was sorved at 12 o' and by at Crab' Orelwrd oa fight against tho monumental it they wero denied the pleasRepresentatives John Farra, pf worthy citizen of any community IIU of TriuiWe uuwity for Siaker. of the republican ndmiu- - clock by Mrs, C. L. Cover, which ure of seeing a good p'ny batimte JJc. ZX f. nrmy acf- ty aftr 0110 Qnrrnrd, and Francis Douglas, of has been nulto ill from his old eketid(i wa awiared Mr, JnWia' Jn represented glad to state, his jistrutiou of affairs in Washington. was enjoyed to tho fullest extent, tcit throughout. wo una Wo think it was tfM imHtl bitter fWU, aalnft tho Royle, who had been pledged to vote service; but e &' Alconi, His committee on expenditures in mm aanemg was indulged in until f joe Jefferson who-maf tliS candid-nt- o condition is now belter. tho oxtfel oumWati "loMykU" kave beH con- -' for Shrinks when ho whs a iNfert Un'lhwell, WIhssJ' - uy, tho wnr department has been quietly the w eo small hours. Quito a num- piny famous, but aro coustrain for Speaker, refused to follow An authentic report states that nnd unostentatiously at w.ork sineo her of bejles trollinK to a krgo txmi the sch-kGpnntyJ and beaux from over ijyW. 'Si Barril, ilfdl V Ike past him into tlto Schobcrth camp when fully ono hundred ctcrans of tho Inst spring digging into tho nffairs tho Bluo Grass country wero pres ed to tho belief that if these promis- J. S. e the I.egutUture MLroseoliiif. great ing actors and actresses in tho perAi Mvwml teruia. TUeykad lined up Ibev naw wlw wnH behind tho Intlcr Civil wnr aro passing into that Tho MnLMVkma introduoed WA9 of tho war deportment, and tho re- ent. Among dancing wero Mr. sons of Stanford young people will ' McCrcary'a choice, beyond dally. v nMtMy, behind Jlcj.rwn&tive- Hurry and voted for sult of whnt they had found was Robert 0. Coffey and Miss Nannie continuis'tfio work' they havo so well Dr. H.jSLSWPJrJ who was present5 a Mr. Terrell. Doth of these SilMtMKtk uf Voirfrwsr-cuiiatJ. G. Wcr.therford nnd Howard Hesk'lBSMWk' Jjis" dying dea- two speeches in tho House Woods Knglcmnn, Mr. George Mcnc-fc- o begun that soon tlio old play will wuen havo taken prominent po- CnrnniU lire spending this week in given in yuuHK huwi but decidedly tlio holiand Miss Virginia Bourne, Earl beepme, as popular as of yore. Idratibn, wlsiefi, IjKtmtMtaiiOawas'.'a. " 'in the nc. legislature, nnd Fast Teunehseo bird hunting. Re- by Mr. Holm just beforo ' Ikkind him sition iH Mt wrwHf etHHjHUiy. , Coleman and Miss Lev isa Harris, As day adjournment.. Sir Anlhopy Absolut, Mx)rri- - follows: ports from Hum arc that gamu i taejMjority of trill receive important toramtltco vra MK liroHii aud Whnt Mr. Helm told the Honso Mr. hrncst Pcj.ples nnd ihss Sara. 80U Bright sunprfeed "I went into Riddle's place and.' nd at tho been cro plentiful bu tho weather has tha l'rioa Oonikiuwkiii, vrho told Dud Wallin , wanted to, aoeJi.Bu about the nnnuul wasto in tho War Hundley, Mr. Spalding Hill and' Miss Uamo timo delighted h'u fpintiiTii will bo unfavorable to date. His uHf!d or trading penitoutittry gtnd tomany Lincoln friends ....'..- - Wallin asked ino 'if I was deputy j Diriment made tho members, Sallio Burdette, Mr. Joe Hill and Vnn,l vninn. .... .nU i know that Robert Dunn, tho Dr. F-- lAlcorn and Mi. Chas. guarktht;M for ot& for achobtrth tlfe.' new committee on Militnry He taon I ii"??l!?r Eli,!ubcth.McK'nncr.iIr.1nncc and general makeup mado .him marshal and ,of.said "yes". theraujk bright young son of Col. nnd Mrs. Wheeler, of Hustonvillo Commcrsiul of jocUWs aaappHiK like Juno McCnrty and .Miss B Nevybem, a capital following, accused me affairs, sit up and take notice. He was elected Club, Sir Absolute, his son, was tb--e uro appointed as a conuaittco told them that for years tho wool of Hustonville, Mr. Bohon of Hus- - im)erhonatc,d ourt day: IJUlpJ3lp asd Ijwrenco ll:o Dunn, of Danville, . by Harris Coleman, which was not tho case. Dud call on the trustees of tho South- bad lsjcn pulled over tho eicb of the tonvillo and Miss Prill Newborn, Mr. who who Ur licading tfio li"lk a pn?c in the House. to 'Ilelchert ald JI yeakill-iTn- o of "uif you" played the role well. Bob Acres Jexo SI.' Aherson, formerly of ern Railway and get them to taku military affairs committee, which J. T. Wilkinson nnd Miss Elizabeth our lobby, Snm Bbuekelford, thu honrepresented by Thomas Coleman, haVo to kill.us all.' Walter Wall lobbjist pf Frankfort, this city, received an unusual elerk 65 percent of the, stock of tho pro- had annunlly recommended, and Vermillion, of Danville, 3Ir. Cassidy was all jHvfwsiunal that could have been nsk- - passed in close to me and shot me , ... assistant or In boing posed lntemrban road, up tho creek congress had appropriated every -- d T. re?rrsentint'a largo nujnbcr of cor- of the senate without opposition. 3 Amm M han" wl,ilfr si" O'Triggcr, by in the left. I shot Walter WalllH haio who from hero to Moreland. This road year, from ten to thirty million dol- cellor, Mr. Cunningham and Mis William McCnrfv. porations, and othcn n nr.n,ll,.r. and Trillcdliiin, 1 supposed I ran out' v when completed will get moie busi- lars moro than was necessary for an Ruth Culbertson, of Covington. Mr. mado it moro or Jess a buslucs- to creditable impersonation. John M, of Riddle's placo and Ernest Wollm. McKINNEY. ness than it can do, judging from economical, business support of tho Harry Camnilz, of Hustonville, und prey upon tho members of the Icg- -l Waters, who promises to star beforo caught hold of mc. I tned to snake tho pledges already mado for ship- bnr.y. Miss Cochran, Mr. Joe Will Bout, 'the foot lights, ( iaUtum;in tho pal, prcvenimg should ho follow hiraolf, buttho held on liko a loeck Miss Kettio Whito of Txingtou, ments from hero. Liberty will build for tho peoplo and "inkius A special from Washington to the of Hustonville, and Miss Ada Alponi theatncnl work, was good in both of yhiI6. .stmsgluig with Ernest, who Reuit iino lieic, wticn our road is compf tho "interests" at M times. is visiting her grandfather Mr. of b ' ,' "incinnnti Kiiquiror, December -- "th Mr. Robert T. Bruco and Miss Sue liv called fout.'Kill the d a .i ,... V.ig A U.(f. n,.i.i . .. peted. There is over three lhouiniuf stated that the military affairs com- m . ,. , Thitoo liackora of Sehoborth wcrc.ull ben Williams this week. inyior jir. Uirl Carter, especially wasMU.nM..U home" ASM.'... Jacob Wallin ran up. and shot me.'r ' he "at in the l'rof. Krneot Gibson, of Ilnrrods-bnn- r acres of line timber pledged to bo mittee ha" now decided to report an and Miss. Nancy Yeager, Mr. Joe latter, WiUium Grimes, as Fag, was auxiouit to elect tho Speaker and James Ucrrin slated .that he, was, was the guest of Catherine brought bore for shipment to Cincin nnny appropriation 4liU3 Kin tho Jltt Wood iu their bill carrying Wolfe, of Danvillo nnd Miss'Alcno very clever, Tho three ladies who in ike nlacu of his'brother-ln.la'nati. tight to present tho cnrrjiiiff out of Murphy on Thursday and Friday. from seven to ten million dollars IiMirtii, of Lancaster, Mr." Russell took part aro deserving of especial J. 0. Riddle, when W. Wnlliuianel Brown and Miss Ada Wesley of Lib I)ais nnd son are the Jlw. Joseo Tray lor, of Danville. less than tho last year's bill. Mrs. .1. number of tho most important mention. , iiis--s Elizabeth Higgms, Hoskms became engaged in ,a con,-- id jtaiik in tho Denioerntlo Datfonu guest a of Mrs. Dais' Sister, Jlrs. Ky., was the guest last week of The Louisville Times of December erty, Mr. and Mrs. .1. E. Johnson, , who ha a cry difficult part, in j vernation, but ns" it was nof an Mrs. 0. R. McConnaok her tfister 28th. nlso states that the saving an of Pittsburg, Pa., Mr. and.ilrs.'W. 'particular. As .Mrs. Malaprop hc gry, onc,.he paid but little attention1 IJchnid Terrull, on tho other hand, K. 11. Metcnlf this week. . . ft ntood Gov. McCrvnry nud mot of nounced ns already decided upon R. Rice, of Louisville, Mrs. Susan, was e"xcein..t .,.,.1 i.. Mrs. K. J. Tanner and attractive on West Main street. u.,t o. to tnem'anu did not .know who ureaYeager, Mr. nnd Mrs. II. C. Wray, lof' tiio ineniberK of his ndminutratioti daughter Miss Ruth, visited Mrs. There uro no people any where, will be principally in tho abandon nil jn Jthe .Qrslas&ot in tho dupl which'reword and Uo. lkfkham and men who Tanner's mother. Mrs. M. V. Owens, more clo.er nnd accommodating ncnt of mnny of tho large number brought forth much sulWgWnlttt Wnllm's death. V Mc"cfC'lwro"ff t i n i, JiMPntiMlidilln. who wns nlsn in J. linrc Iwii leadinu; tho light for the in Juiiet ion City. than tho patrons on rurnl route No. til Army 1'osts, moro concentration, """j .jaughtor and" applause, .vtiss .Mary fulfillment uf the platform plcdRW. 1 from this plnce. There aro two of the nrmy in the administration ai . ii V;' . V "en' ,,ftc.K K. Duddernr. us Lvdia. TinguisU a.lilulSh Jilace, tcstifled to about'. Ono of the most delightful func.M1U.1MMH, j?ninu rnuiips. uny .nmg-- t They Mere nj ugni'iM terrifio odds tions of the season was tho bnmpiet patrons on this route that aro iu of its affairs. 8 par excellence, oho is very tho.MBie4 thing that James HarrWV ..r ii..:itn uiivu iy Mr. Htlin's committee in exposing in. imuiiuc, ii and a mont it.niccfu! "jiuiittrr.! sd id 11ii M.wonie Hotel (riven bv the their OJnl jcar and both arc hale eaiuenoru, ol ; graceful and was not the least gco was next celled ad. the v.Nlruvniraiice that the depart 11U51HIIVIIIL, mm jaijimiui oi iian-vill- e, I rr..iti1..l. u'itfi ctnnfl ......... "XfiCja irersary in llli Drown, but managed .,.. t Hum lodssu here. A very uud hearty jet. v- n8ons .0 fricrit Louis Gill, Jop and Will Den- Jlatsv Grimes, who nortravcd'J,urw tautially what Ilerrin aifel lo put Teralt oer n victor by n imvJ iin,.r wllB cm., nli d,c . We liuvo hud two remarkable has heretofore "put over" the com " ' Hefha'd.- placed in' our hands mittee and the House, has pawd thu ny, nnd Green Clay Walker, of Lan- was as cuto a little attendatit' to vttr of .U to !!). Wallaeo Drown, ,flb0 j;roRra with the. weight of fuim iiar0-ain- s .Sfc Jjfei' of'VeUon, tho third candidato in ,i,,liuiHH ,hVhcs that wcr prcjmrrd for sale. Ono contains 'JOO acres" way for nearly as great savings in caster, Mr. Falconer, Mr. Banks nnd Lydia Languish as could bo produc " ;R(ftf lliqvvard wa next introdiieed' I' 4.H- - r,. .i itiii; n ; imperii S room .dwelling several other business features of Mr. Coy, of Danville, Mr. nnd Mrs. ed anywhere. The- piny was. a. rnyi- - i.'.i ivnu vl. iv-i- i.. Ilia race, threw most uf his strength for ,lu oceaj-ion- . Bfc i.wti Somu twenty five will) a new iiuimi Huiuii ,,e 'iai' n" drover C. Anderson, of Mt. Sterling. er iieavv one for amateurs lmt .the; Vwkfi,''wh0 Tetiiraed the fire, 'kill- - W;& to X""'1 n(it'r l'' ,nw" "r thirty gii(- -l wen1 present and nil bcn'utifiilly situated in tho fertile the department and they nre naturT j!iance t.i win. for he was eternal- - bad in ujn ablet time. Masters vS: Green river valley close to school ally gratified that their investigaplayers luastored it and a. very Sn :Hi . OOD n.'.jrnees lxhind JDowycr proprietors of the hotel are church and store. The other ndjoins tion of the big department is to so ..,-.w- ' i 1$ ' xiusiufiun vesiiueu ljU nrnv lightful audienco 1'ft tho opera' i XK ij"0 i lirnncl.f i,if Vv 1ia riiiHUdaey. and l1y-t- ( y congratulated for their suc-4- sl tin above tract and contains 7."i soon benr concrete results results the SeiiiilN-i'Dr. B. F. Undent nixl of Louisvillo house v mt s ' ..' v a largf ... t in edi.m'ini; tlio !,,.,, ,,, i.tin such a ffyod dinner ueres and a uieu comfortnblo cot-ta- that irenu tne savins; of many mil- anil Miss Fairo It. Oatts of Rankiii. tt? Both those who took part qnd Collier and Dick BuchHftB. people to the point where tiny home. lions miuitnlly to the 'frensury. were qniixtly married at the Phoenix their competent teacher are deservjnand that ilo J..Mijits lmint ibfy latter .colored, Akld of Senator Aldrich stated on, the Hotel iu Le.intou, last Wednesday ing of congrutulnlions for the-ood jIwrt i ,.0om it,ffe who it. taking Mts. llarr)' Cnmiiit is seriously jmt out of business. work they did. It is indeed a pity twiweti stmgglinfe in tho 'Street, ill nnd the family and her numerous floor of tlio Senate that three hun- at'tcrrioou at 3:30 o'clock. a oiii.o in niii'.iiig at tho B.irone Quo of the most disappointing Kilangor hnfpitnl at 'Chattanooga, friends arc exceedingly anxious re- dred millions could bo saved annualThe Tjride is the accomplished that the elements behaved so bad-- , BHnMj'it'waa dark; could 'noV tell fbiiuw'from a Uncoln county stnnd- - rmi., enme Immo Thursday inorn- - garding her recovery. ly by proper management of tho daughter of the late Wm. If. nud.ly, for it was n performance that wliif'tiidy Vcre. 'Tho.'niwr witness who actually saw ith her lo'mt was the nttiliulo nsKiimed by ., M1 n,0 enriy inxn ,0 uo We nro exceeding glad to report Government's business. Mr. sllelm's S. E. Oajts:, and is ono of Wayne , everybody in Stanford would have lie,r Rcpretunlativo Hon. William H. ' am, w,o U confined to be bed quite an improvement in the con- committeo has found several large county's most charming young Indies enjoyed- - had they had the privilege and reiopnized tho- - combatants ir tfio street, whieli wan "the 'ileal that' Shanks, in the race. Not withstand with tuberculosis. dition of J. 1'. Denham of Jumbo, sized leaks in the wnr department and has many admirable traits, and of witnessing it resulted in, Hos,krus' death was .T.' ing tho fact that he was entirely Miw Margaret Sandulgo who it who' was a gallant boldier ill the alone, which will be stopped. Tt is who is greatly loved by all who M. Lasley. lie paid h sas." Emetty, work of this character that talks know her. onenmnt with the character of Jin the hospital at Louisville is doing Civil war. NOTICE TO CREI1T0RS. aft-.Wnlliu and Hoskins in a terrii and it can be trsthfully said of Mr. the lallinnesi behind the Schobcrth wry nicely. She has been allowed to The groom is tho only son of In the group of four mail buxe Helm d fight near ihp pave- candidacy, and notwithstanding the sit up in bed a little and her many that ho is earning his salary. Mr. nnd Mrs. Kermcll Underwood L.nco1u Circuit Court the road half mile drink!-stand- , Qor MeCreary .personally friends hope for it fcpeedy recovery. at the forks of first that or Danville, but now" a popular phy-siciAmnnda J. Doan, Adrar. and eto went in front of Riddle's soft box this sidu of J. P. Dunham's one , and vvheq thoy got nearly ia,'" GENERAL NEWS NOTES. Jesirod tho election of Tehell to She thinks sho will bo alilo to leave Plaintiffs vs, L. S. Doan and etc., of Louisville, and is a most was recently robbed of a valuable " the center of the street. Jacob' Wal make more certain the currying out the hospitnl in a week or two. Gov. Blenso of South Carolina, excellent young business man, who defendants. letter. The young man that did it of tho platform. Mr. Shanks not .Mr Hurry Jacobs and wife enter- is well known and he willliavc cause was scored by Judge B. J. Be thu rum enjoys the confidence of all who All persons holding claims against lin approached tho men; walking: .only voted for Scholicrth, but tained tho band boys nnd a few of to regret his uct in the near future of Somerset, nt the state meetiag of havo the pleasure of his acquain- tho cstnto of W. S. Doan aro here- around until he tot in position,, to iookelinnrc of hii hoadquartei at ! his friends one night last week. by notified to present and filo'lhe' shoot Hoskins without eilantarinr. "Uncle Sam" will do the work tho Judges of the Circuit Court, held tance. Fraukforl und worked in hand in Soon nfter the ceremony thb hap- sarao with the undersigned commis- tho lifo of his nephew. AVaMia. thea. were t.crved and they had in Louisville for his refusal to cull it well. py couple left for their home on sioner, properly proven as required opened fire andTMIoskins 'released' sUe with Billy Klair, Eli Brown music galore. Among those present uud dosurvivors of tho 4lh and 10th out the militia to quell n mob. The his hold on Ernest "Wallin and turn P apd othi'rs of tho lobbyists to se- were: Luo True, Norman True, Clco Third and N Streets in Louisville. by daw on or before February 1. KeiitucL lnfautrys and tho 1st Ken Dr. Sun Yot Sen hns been nlected Their many friends wero surprised cd as if to rnn, Jacob Wnllia'.firiBe'' O. D. Florence, M. C. L. C. C. cure his election. Mr. Shanks wn. Iiy, MeMobley, Arthur Brown, I..... u t.n .1114I .... H.. T .fLl . A.. i , '11 nut uu for caucus cluuntuin by tho ' nn uv .If. ou. iui. j.awuv iur-Davidson, Arthur Coffey, John tucky Cavalry will hold a reunion in first President of the Republic; pf to hrar of their marriage ahd All Sehols;rtli forces hut was beaten' .yiiidor, Jumrs Cnniiou, belougina the coming tpriug m u grovo near Chinn by tho representatives of 18 wish them a long ntid happy wedded uior. siaiea mat no was pwotot "'?,. Yoeum, Chinese provinces in convention nt niii-i- t uu cAaruiiiuuini iu 'nmuBB by I'd Young, a Terrell man by a to tho baud. The other iuvited guosts tho residence of Capt. J. D. MILLEDGEVILLE. life. Monticello Outlook. wounds was 'made, and ihaf imm M " iii.i of 45 to HI. were Mr. J. W. Cocking and two near Geneva. TI.e date gicn later Shanghai, Premier Yuan it is said, ,.--.- ip -- ; u after warning the imperial family at Autos in our city are slowly Stnnflirii dauehters. Mrs. W. A. Coffey and When news Wached lartnii uvnsif mil Moser, mwivi Born, to the wife of Ira FARMERS FOR WILSON. .U fMIe lower itewn on 1h'a let There .are six at prusent Pekin of the Manehu dynasty's im1hat'Mr. Shanks had lined up with 'n.other Mrs, Houton,, MKs Catherine --.. a fine boy. tif .K.. I... pending downfall, took sick lencel tug upper inigti aim. 9191 an JLl 3 Tho agricultural paper, Farra ftnd Uie Hahobertu crowd, protests wcro Muipliy, Miss Mndu , Butler, Mrs. with other good prospects. Misses Ada and Lesy fJWlier, .of, one in Five members of the July .Mar- Home, made a postal card canvass Somerset visited Miss Matlio Gra-se- other in the 'right hip, th,''WH Witv Lay. All had a ery enjoy-oertiIteard on all sides' front lending from Mr. Salem to Tins-loy- 's The pike Hi mOp fire,jlf v" ' "' Kg. the ono thot-wawho, declared that if ho votrinble time, is very badly cut up and trav- shall county grand jury have receiv- of 4,000 farmers on its list in cv- -' last' week. s ,. ed night rider letters warning them ery section of tile country, and tho I'd for Hcuoborth, ke would not voto i Mrs. W. K. Shugnrs, of Stanford, el is very sTTivv. Van- - Ktns turaca around. Born, no." tlio wife of WT.T. A young son of HpskisatSok Hi sdeinocrutio ronjv.ivy tbo guest of her parejits Mr. the wisTibs A birthday dinner was recently to lenve'tho county for voting not to result shows that thb. democrot'i' il00k a bov. following tho want ovemor WTuott, fit Now Jersey, ) j'rf. am Mrs. Matt Heryinzy, ot witnosh staV and nraetiaalfv 'iV" i titits1, Rowan Sautley, who its nnd Mrs. K, L. Tanner this wek. given bj Mrs. Hetlie Tinslcy ituil find an indictment aX raaaifH chairman for the demo- - The many friends of Bro. flabbcrt Mr. Ginsn Wnfls brtlh of whom havo death of Edward Griffin Hist April. us their' preAidentiul candidato and Danville, wero tho gacstof Mr. and roboratV'lt?. Laoy., oa'ftiSKj Ifcwft aiTjouraWl? until JO: this r s r of the Christian church will readied tho happy age of 03. Dctt'ctivo William J. Burns' has the Kepublicdnwattr bctiutoi Iia Jlrs. John Moser last tveel . oratM f Lincoln' in the last clpotioh jiat-tolHaiwgisl Ihi' light for Chunks when bo ery sorry to learn that he is Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Mansfield, of arrived iu Now Orleans to concluda Follelle. The ecHojt lnbulntio"n byi Mrs. L? R. "Jones is" improving morniinj. with about; CO toei wjt.Jf1' ueses' to be, examined. Lixingtoiij. was tho weleomo guest the investigation pf a dyiiamito ex- sections of the country of replies nicely. Iw was tp)osed by Kd Hubbard, fick with typhoid foer. ' .. 1 t.7a 'v..ii:.. UlUkHCC n. i XIWl I.UII11I U, H IWHU of their many fricno's und relatives plosion which wrecked a building from DiVmocrntio farmers showsrl 'Mrs. James Hanson .1VB JM nnd during most of.ty'Wt'1 Hwi? Mr. QALVANI AT HUSTONVILLE ,u,'wiio tesuiH'o. niiif oH'74iMy erected by irien. l.cr last Friday and Saturday. "Shank was hUscMhi fjtsigia, saia: iui.ru j,. iruii:iviirvs nulling v.uuuj(i I Wfeic tor St'llUOl,. A. r.. ..... nn..-.- .. ruing, THURSDAY. n: ,. I'.jtri .uciiiitmu, wn W. R. Williams S; Co., have two '.(The fact that tho lobflytyts nn.l Dynamito was found by children pi,..-?uuTtdiu; iit.i.uutj . vw4ivj i itijs i.'iil.i ii'..;... v.i.itn, n..usu..i. i uhi(hj n ....'. staiei)' tlmt'lkere had v . vi l'rof. Oalvani, tho hypnolist, who most jTiiiuiMiuiu iiinu uiirKUius ru under tho railroad bridge ovor tho Wilson, and the" field. ' Tis .tho gucJ)t ot MUb Florea 3Icr- - av,,;,,.wr 'rmon Cwwnissioii and rcprescHa' V ltt on Dcniocrmts-Wilslives' of Ik corporations who have hns been crcnling u regular furoro bd found in tins part of tho country Mississippi River at TJiebes, 111., 2,190; giark. riman. ""l1. m throughout ' tho cutiro country, anil ono farm contains. 200 acres and fsc3 nmi cns Wero attached to tho 7:30; Hannim 30IJ;5,cvtcruig 504., .Ono oftkv lfiM iHlnrwiin? "and "'UP" i snor, jieMiwiiwpiy jiotorittftly doHuutxteil other '" of Ik lisjtiIatiiro Mguirnt tho who g'ves demonstrations in Stan- the olhor 75. Both with good im- - explosives. Renub cuus. LufolletUi 2.000 - nun' - to' - dafe soekk of XmaUalV WB' ,, , r v v. as a tackei wm'ijtXhn W . r injf of tho killing of 'JIokww by lWifW iuktrwis ar! for Miv Sho-lKrt- ford evorv year, will at the Hustoii- - piovcrnetits and beautifully situated Tho Cincinnati Union Depot nnd Taft 3.902;- Hofievelt 303. . j. ' T i .tTH'iiH a row Hj(wwmniuri ,uaf vsike tho bitr ville operh housv Tliuwdny Janenry'j li' the furtilo Green river valley ami Termmnl L'omp:uiy will erect a is Itobstvult 3G3. hw,.eu.n i t . .Moser w . Um Vnmt t. WjdUn theu ii Uili. Ciilvani has mam friends in close to t'Jinreh. school rtnd store. McKfui(..of Unuvii'e, cs J.tsl HHHpiMn'',-iH.iority ''Pentl .terminal. z .h 01 ouuft, Mr. J! S Smith, Jr., whoso homo d hV,1,,?("3 a.Y'ViiVr:rhovi'KMlot.e litis pjUtloii nt?l will no doubt be terf)lH!!WH his ',stan't.u PROMPT 5JPTTr'FMFVlT Dr.' hotnas Coleman Pugh, who Shank's votes.' for greelel"with cupaeity uusinosb at over oV 'be river was near half milo if J wair a'Pnrgeon in tho CQnfodora.to . It-i- s with TIetwuro .that I recJri.TiSTi. .l-l,- i !l7 Ilurf nml U'nTtln. EMioktiHil1'llBi.( . Si1 off rural routo road, concluded to liliH Iw is m4 voting tho Brnltmcnts Hustonvillc. Armv under Qen. Longstreet, died mem Jesse DY,,Mu, td moo-elohso ho put his residence V of hts cntistltnents, which bo was in. Baltjinoro. ance Man, ofUnford, .and .the, W&bhr. oM-Jd- , ,( and moved saruo easily to ODD FELLOWS ELECT cli cHt to Fraukfort to do.JI . eompaou( WT rreMiiifo, o'uim aor tinT Ww vwr luo o.lg. N"....ir.fl, J. 0. 0. the road wheio ho could get his mail Stanford-It is understood that Mr. Shanks We hnv. a bujrr for q farm, nt,' prompt and liberal Uemcn(;qC my. Wn'Uh tifa moro conveniently than before- J hi. M,v Si'hobortl F. elntrd otf n for felt ha shbnld vote for viitl about 10o seres well improvi-., t ,Ioj.w , o 4dvvcllawh,ph occurred 0.1 c TU Tho iiciuhhnis and friends in vi- op pitta. If rf j B on personal grouads because of Iho I term at llio lTul'i meeting last n.ii'i December d'J. 1011. Dated' vot) have nivilin f- - cinity or. I'me of Mrs. Bettio listen Tlu following; Jwk Mu TitifVvr. Mi in the j Tuesday iit?ht ? tkis. li it with us. Huvhrs that tkey wro members .. H, J. (Signed) vhw iiiM. J..obMd ' TiyMlli MulwLdCluM,'IjVi,Jcrt nit bjgwltr loaitksf for two ternw, f icers wcn ch..iie.., oV prominent m aiid Mrs. Giusa Walls will givo thorn Carty. Rtonford. .m "hMSB n birth ' day dinner in tile near .MwhwTafVSurtuu. Ikrl MyiM., Win- if of tho. tho lodge1 work MiA fitrt Wswre ' lHM'auf.0 Vieo future, each being 03 years of age. B1 Cariio to mv place a C. 1. KohoH& Sow ot Debaiionfo. die PraitrCUoMia Hubkara. ... ftm tlMt jie Uere Jiimsclf badly Koblo Grand J. A. Allen, 4 lied boar. Owner can crt Ramo bv centlv bold' to CI V. Trav'is. of Mvsmc Lvmi vDTt. 'Olclos3IVei. "Pfl WW treated by tWe friWaVCIov. Mo- - jCr.md- -J. 0. RCvno'ds, Secrotrtrv NenrK '2tf0 miles of now railroad unvimr 6rWaJteii1W .Idajadver- - Ii)fWyett, .mHaim, 30' head of Jar;' Mrs.r d 34if ,ty4i&,-Pl,- ! thn W. A. Carson, Treasurer, J. C. JUO w- - iwuiaying Crary who . bitlU la Kentucky last vMutfi UiV llsewM,- - ,l at $M per aau. lMt. .se TwreU. Mr. Clary yoat J. IL Eui(letnan. Tat ,,MHia fpeakerhii flkt mVm m &'" sMgBBtSF. mmmmM3FmsT'-UAl'-"'liry- . - Wft gK,-- - ' .,... ... -!-- ,..... , - ' MHMAN Tffl : - - uii nMHiMK i..ZZt. unaucHirntrr. "BBKMMMMWfWPt'i 3iDt 1'OiHiHWBSS" "W imkh7 Jy " -- !.'& aflt liley' f' jsHv, byAt-tomiy$ZM- do fr y, ct ' - tho rcpro-sentntiv- ff4U f, -- A oun -- I'uh - Ml..vii,inj .... . -- I y" -- P'a, 1 -- iti i, ..., , OATTS-UNDERW- Ei...,. .;., '." iu ".' 'lutr vi '.-- . . ge "V-- ijgi liarid-to-han- nn -- Fu-ge- -- it-j- i '. ' h ...a dem-JGeor- go ta ? m M" a nf-hi- r T'i - .f'j . I 1 1 ...i3 , non-uni- - . 1 se-la- -- ! ', """ i,ts 'ka,' w? Hk ,ff '"P1' h, MJj'.ti $40,-000,0- 00 doino-V-i-al- "Ur'f candM-HP.Van- J, or lo'. 1 towx'li$fc IK rjr, -- IH'.'! !. ium, iawrfuftf 3 idJ M TiM$ fat U-Mj- U m ".' m tf Jr' .rte,v - WK . - i&jgfgjt . oss lgji 300-jiom- -- id fr w. yt-af- $ Jrj t JMuIHpI JaMti,, v EaaKjjEETB t. rtr 1 'ff ,TnmBEtVti sm 5LIHHI IWTEWIOB JOURNAL RODHEAD im y ym-f i'A'v t i' ? it R IF K P- k I' u Is i r' J , ' V FOR TELLINf THE TRUTH. St. Peter (to applicant) "What J. Thomat Cherry To Loeftte At was your occupation on earth!" IrMkllaftM lira Applicant "Editor of a newsCrab Orchard Ami Ooon Store. aaMBaBBBBBa paper." 9vhM'Vw9NnKS&BHrk'Br7?Hv HILTON M. SAUPLKY,... Publishes Lbbbbbbbbbbc l&!MiVvuQiJoQv v tit. Peter "Uig circulation of Everyone in Lincoln county and II A YEAR STRICTLY IN ADVANCE especially in tho East End will re- course t" Applicant "No, small; emallost joice- to learn thnt llockcnstle is to in tho country." . Bfetsrs4 at the lastarfls at Mtan-m- i Ioho one Linof her "live wires" to St. Peter "Pick out yonr harp." as seems claai mall. coln in the person of Mr. J. Thomas Cherry, of lirodhcnd who is making 'WAYNESIURG NEWS POLITICAL ANNOUNCEMENTS. preparations to move early in tho (Delayed Letter) new year to make his homo at Crnb Mrs. Woodio Reynolds, of Fir County Judge. Orchard. Mr. Cherry hns engaged Mo., was hero last week visit T. A. Rid announces his enndi-dac- y a storo room there nnd will opon up for County Judge of Linooln villi an extensive stock of goods, ing relatives and friends. Mr. William Leek is rapidly recounty, subject to the action of the For sorao timo Mr. Chorry contem- covering from an attack of pneuSBBsBBssBasBiBBsBaaBaBBBBBBispBBBBaBBeaBw democratic party. plated coming to Stanford, and much monia. M. F. North announces his candirvgrot hns been expressed that ho Seems ns though tho little comer dacy for County Judge of Lincoln did not, for any community needs county, subject to the action of the such hustling nnd progressive busi of tho globo in which we live is in the grasp of illness. Several new vicDemocratio party. You want the best when starting m the new home. Abore ness men as he, nnd ho would bo I tims nro I, C. Singleton, Dr. M. U. that home to be saug and warm and comfortable. 8, you want quito nn acquisition to this city Brynnt, Mrs. E. W. May and Mr. For Jailor. You are ure of warmth and comfort with a PerfectioB Will Bull. Peyton Patrlsh announces bis Mr. Cherry, however, had purchasMr. Gcorgo Reynolds is in this candidacy for Jailer of Lincoln ed a nice pieco of property in Crnb Snokeleu Oil Heater. county, subject to tho action of the Orchard, and decided to locato thcro villngo frequently culling on and awis the best and most reliable heater made. The Perfection where ho will lmvo tho ndvantago ful pretty girl. Democratio party.. It is a sort of portable fireplace. Mrs. Tnlith.i Morgan nnd grandGeorae DeBorde announces his of being closo to his host of friends daughter Mnrcia nro xpeudiug sevcandidacy for Jaiter of Lincoln coun over the Kockcntlo line. It is ready night and day.1 Just strike a match and light Tho Mt. Vernon Signal says of eral days with I. C. Singleton and ty subject to tho action of the demothe wide The Perfection k all aglow in a minute. cratic partv. his leaving lirodhcnd: family. The Perfection Oil Heater doe not smell nor smoke a patent .1. Thos. Cherry is closing The ninny friends of Mrs. L. 0. Dink Farmer is a candidate for automatic device prevents that. It can be carried easily from room to out his ctock of goods at Brodhcnd Good: will be pleased to hear that suitable for any room m die house. Handsomely Jailer of Lincoln county subject to room and is equally Ky., preparatory to moving to Crab is very much improved at this enamel finished, with akkel trimmkgs; drums of ekher turquoise-blu- e the action of the Democratic party. Orchard soon after tho first of tho writing. or piaa tteeU in tho Messrs. W. It. nnd S. II. Gooch j car, where he will Mm ffcW la ifcow m l Pafmioa 8bMOiI Hnicf. of wnt Jor SOUTH FOR WILSON. Wo regret to of Somerset wcro hero to sco their morcntitilc business. cimkr dvtct la uy Mac? el know that Mr. Cherry is going to best sister Mrs. L. 0. Gooch. SNOKCUSfl Standard Oil Company A dispatch from Atlanta, Go., leave the county nnd tho loss of (lacarpantfd) JUNCTION CITY such n man, means much not only says: In tho south Woodrow Wil- to his immedinto community but to Mr. W. E. Cosby, of Knoxvillc, is son looms up as a presidential fa- the entire county ns well. Our sis- with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. G. S. vorite. If tho nomination wcro 'to ter town, of Crnb Orhcnrd is cer- Cosby. fir bo mado most of tho tainly fortunate to ha nblo to nc- Miss Ruth Tanner, of McKinncy Airs. southern states would be for liim as quiro such n splendid business mnn is visiting licr granumotucr, nnd high toned gentleman as ono of Elizabeth Owens. against anybody else who has been her citizens. Samuel A. Mooro left yesterday mentioned. Timo is at least as likefor Tampa, Fla., where ho will spend ly to add to his strength as to ro- - IMMEDIATE EFFECT tho winter. Mrs. Linney McDonald hns been duce it. In fact, the more DemoOF GREAT KIDNEY REMEDY very ill with something like appencrats ponder upon tho situation, tho 43 IS SOON REALIZED. dicitis for several days. moro they regard him as not only Mr. and Mrs. G. Z. Faulconcr of We have any kind of Rubber you can with for the most fitting candidate tho best According to my experience, I do Lexington, are guests of tho tatter's presidential timber and the surest Rubber Boots, Rubber Arctics, Rubber Sandals. itot consider there is anything to sister, Mrs. E. B. Sweeney. winner. Mioses Sara and Gcrtrudo Richequal Dr. Kilmer's Swnmp-Rofor The personal equation his abili Cloth top Sandals, Kvbber Shoes,FelU. kidney nffection. Twice it relicvea ardson nre at Paris, tho guests of ty, character and progresivo states nnd Mamie Stivers mo when 1 was completely helpless. Misses Edith manship cnuse the peoplo of the All of these are the selected Ball Band good. Tho last time I was traveling in and Ethel Lnir. south to take to him with uncommon Miss Elizabeth Adams, of Mt. when my kidneys became afcordiality. So, too, even the facts Texns M We are sole ag and for ten days I suffered Vernon stopped over for a day with that he was born in Virginia, taught fected, excruciating pain, accompained with Miss Lavinn McGraw, en route to school in one of tho Carolinas whilo severe chills. Several years previous Cincinnati. his father was head of a religious Miss Myrllo Dyo of Hustonville, is institution in the other Carolina, and having been relieved of n Bimilnr I naturally sought relief as was a recent visitor to Mr. and Mr that Woodrow Wilson himself prac- before, from Swamp-Roo- t. A. B. C. Dinwiddic, en route to Mis41 ticed law for a timo in Atlanta. Tho After Using four of the largo size sissippi. peoplo accept him as ono of themMr. Hal N Logsden, of Louisville, was completely restored selves in birth and, party, in environ bottles, I and went on my way rejoicing and visited his aunt and sister Mrs. W. (Si ment. C. Surber nnd Miss Willie Benton praising Dr. Kilmer's Swamp-Roo- t. Tho politicians, for the most part This was thrco years ago and I have Logsden during Christmas. are leaning very strongly toward Mrs. J. Henry Hnnkla and Miss tv Wilson because they are bent upon had ho indication of tho return of Lucy Haukla have returned from a tho affliction. carrying the next presidential elecvisit to tho former's mother, Mrs. Yours very truly, tion they believe thnt if ho were the W. A. Brown. J. C. SMITH, JR., nominee ho would be almost certain 1 Dr. Will Hunn will movo his m 108 Johnson St. Jackson, Tenn. Bin avs to lead tho party to success. These Jnnunry first to tho rooms over State of Tennessee County of OUR DUTY TO OUR DEPARTED ONES IS PLAIN. men, and calculating Mndison ss. His Mr. Fieldings Burko's store. as thoy were, would bo against Wil WE SHOULD ERECT AN APPROPRIATE MEMORIAL OVnwnrn to before sister, Miss Suo Hunn, of Shelby Subscribed nnd son if they deemed somebody else City, will keep house for him. ER THEIR FINAL RESTING PLACE. mo this 13th day of July, 1909, stronger1 hence the fact that they Roy Wosterfield is with his parUNLESS YOU IS NOT EXPENSIVE A- - MONUMENT P. C. STOVALL are favornhlo to Now .Tpruny's flnr-ernNolary Furtic. ents, Mr. nnd Mr. S. 11. Wester CARE TO HAVE IT SO. , is cxcppdingly significant. -field, in Pnrksvillc. Harry Wilson 1 bUR WORK IS UNSU RPASSED AND CONSIDERING Confidential talks with editors of who recently passed n very credi-tabl- o Letter to WE HAVE A LARGE QUALITY, IS VERY CHEAP. great Democratic papers in tho south examination in telegraphy nt Dr. Kilmer & Co., Progreseditors who range from Livingston, is hulding down his job 'ii STOCK TO SELECT FROM. BInghampton, N. Y. sive to Tory show tho marked tenin the Shelby City tilegiaph office. dency of sonthcrn hearts and southMr. W. C. Surber, the accommoProve What Swamp Root Will Do dating ern minds toward Wilson. Progresmerchant, departed from the For You. sive Democratio editors nro for him usitnl order of things by having a m because they consider his progrcs-sivencreal live Santa Claus this Christinas Send to Dr. Kilmer & Co., beyond doubt. Troy Demo N. Y., for n sample bottle. PUBLIC SALE! cratic editors, on the other hand, It will convince anyone. You will view him with favor in spite of his Having rented my farm I will sell FALL AND WINTER STYLES. also receive n booklet of valuable progressiveness purely because of information, telling all about the kid at public auction on Thursday January II, 1912, My new fall and winter samples his prestige and popularity. neys and bladder. When writing, bo W ra in position to Oo all kinds of kQcU as Block Work, Pavwnenti are bow ready for your" Inspection. If tho judgment of these journal suro and mention tho Tho Stanford nt my place, one and a half miles mil U met. wo pan make anyWa n tm Vercost. hnn. rinwii tnafaa&H aarantea ' earn aervt Tney comprise the best oa ttie market istic politicians is anything like reInterior Journal. Re- from Crab Orchard on the Mt. arss-claeaa suit anyone, as to price yon urosuutlj and (Tall non road, beginning nt 10 o'clock, nad botownrtae fete clothes m4. U order. who ault liable,, then Woodrow Wilson is quite gular fifty cent nnd and ana material. work A the following property: fesrorr oc huy vour material as itaat. made to your measute is preferable sure of the delegations from Mary- tles for salo nt all drug stores. Seven head of horso stock; No. I Carolina, to ready made clothes. To nave them land, Virginiu, North made to measure doesn't cost any Georgia, Florida nnd Tennessee; he driver, six yenr old, good anywhere; mora tha ready made whea ".aallty is likely to get Mississippi and Ken- KANSAS FARMERS WANT WIVES one inaro in foal to jnck 7 yearn old; Stanforl Kwtwkv an rtt 1 aasMered. Com la aad tucky. Alabama, which may have a one filly coming two yenrs old, a let me take rear measure, Ulysses, Kns., December 30. good saddle- prospect; two mules, favorite son in the person of Con- M. C. RUPH.KV. To Practical Tailor I of marriageable, young one aged inaro; sate for lady or , pressman Underwood, is expected to Scarcity J be for Wilson on second choico, nnd women in Grant couuty, 35 miles children; one good work horse, two may he for him on first choice. from a railroad has caused all of milch cows, eight owes, all good Louisiana, which, strange, to say. i tne young bachelors of the county to ftock; 28 shouts; about 100 pounds controlled bv "Democrats" who vol form a society which will serioiuly nod good stock, Jersey cnlves, one g cngogo in the business of wifo lie: for full stock, self hinder in for nrotcctivM tnriff duties. for its members. When the .ond rcpuir; threo turning plows; doubtful. wo corn drills; one cutting luir-n- r; Of course some of the southern plans of tho society liuve been cartwo cultivators; one mowing states rnnv line up for TTnrmon, hut ried out it is hoped that Grant coun tj will cease to be n matrimonial i' tn h nc in good repair; n lot of m o he at present Wi'm Thirty-fiv- e Sahara. good looking single plows und double shovel; ono sure of getting the mo young men, nil of shem well nxvl horso power well drilling outfit; n ) them, nnd he i liko'v to the able to support wives, huvo set of blacksmith tools; one tire ond choice of all or pearly all of and PLENTY OF LUMIER ON HAND the Grant County Bauhclor'd shrinltrrj work bench nnd other tools thp ret of thm. for ttli purposes. So it ou want to Club for l ho purpose of getting into in this lint-- ; two horse wagons nnd build a houee, a barn, a chicken correspruulei'ce with eligible young lot of harness and plow gear: bug- PROTECT YOUR HWME RIB XMM DINNER. coop, a dog bouse or a fence, come women "object matrimony." u and harness nnd two nnrse polo. We have Also yourself when driving tuk cold fccro for the materials. A purt of the program of the Cluh Mr. nnd Mrs, J R, Vonnf, of the Household and kitchen furniture weather. We are headquarter for all orta and sizes in both reign en. in getting tuj;tablc mates for its lot of onk furniture n good as new and (Intehed lumber and if we can- Horse blankets, lap robea and car- Wflvneshnnr section d"!'htful1v riage beaters. Aad all horsemen's' tertatned a nnmVr nf thinr friends members l ihe Usuunre of a cata dn ing table and chairs rockers, not suit ye in kind, quantity, qualsupplies. at n Wtr Xms dinnr Dcemhr 2fi. logue containing the phntographi htce HinM) tables, oueh, child's bed ity and prise, nobed can. 1 C. MeCLARY StanfnrsJ. Kv Tn the ovenW Hpl'phtfnl mns'r rn and Ini- - ojuplete descriptions of wit'ng desk, Kalnniuzou range nnd Stanford. Kv J. A. ALLEN. pi'vpn hv Mr, Jtolr Villa and nil en eh of flu- Imch-ln- rs ll civil g in liimg xinve for wood, both us good nrpsont .i.rti "hirx of uii'imiiig prnix-Thn hnd n fine rr i i "o rook ial'e, uv kitchen Thcfse nn Iv nnd nil qualifications. wpr. Vr. nf Vr ,T M TT'oft MMMST MARKET MMM MM) sod ififi', d'Hhen and other I' i over tin' en mfrv udn wo- nnd Mwi, .T V rTnM Mr Mit I wn 0sW wMw sw OmNWami 'inifi too numerous to mention, ii')!iiiii'f mutihnoiiy nre nnd ds""hf,,r" Wv'1 Trru'a nm1i knotvp nn dav of fle, l'", ioi l!wartkiftttai. Ernfl Glrszl, Mr. A""" R"" V 8"' H'ttt hi .'(! ' ori uxpot'd nnd to iom i fp Ram Hnons i wlh th tnoibrH of tho M8 V"Pf A Pnn" Crab Orhcnrd. Kentucky. WHITE ft CO. blub. Ram Rnnlds. Auctioneer. 101-t- d ut - THE STANFOIH) ITANFOBt, KENTUCKY fHE Iisierior Journal. "LIVE WIRE." Claws' n3CE OVER-- r , , 4.V' .' as? GOAT& ,,paV' Sc-dal- in In the New Home The weather so far has beenopen&ndi w. . ;irECT10 d--aiT. 0 Rubbers fat! f warm and many of you have not yet bought your Overcoat. We have them in almost anything you want. A light "English Slip On" supposed to keep out wind and vater, at $5. A long Craven-ett- e overcoat servicable and dressey and practically dry in blacks and greys 52 and 54 inches long at $10.00, $15.00, $20.00 and $25.00 the coat. Top coat 40 to 45 inches long in tan, grey and black stylish and dressey as can be at $20.00 and $25.00. These are made by Adler and Son and that means the best workmanship and material obtainable. Let us show them to you. ot J SAMK0BINSON Stanford, Ky k, H. J. McROBERTS StanfordKy. $$ oop -- ft l' && "oiooMooioai a m O MONUMENTS of-C- LOOK! colrt-blood- a o Fruit Window 9 o H TT. o At Our Xmas 0 O a o a a m m o o m a : or t W it. ft i $IO&s.CO r Another Stock Due To-morrow. Wm Adams & Son oon-retla- a n. niacins a Stanford, Ky. & i a o o i ss Bing-hnmtn- n, CONCRETING it ss wfltt0Hoa$$io$i$$i3iao w Semi-Week- ly onc-dotl- PHILLIPS BROS., ftrescriptions. Jfi all timet tAr tAealA mutt It cartuly guarded, particularly now in changing ttm- sont. Wo what you can to prevent sick-nets, but it it comtt place (fit re- tpontibility of tupplyiny the medicines on ut fring every pre stripion to ut and Arnow thai you get the mott active drugt, carefully and honestly compounded, for bett retultt to the patients alwaytt., I get-lin- ly , Penny's rug Store i Stanford, JContucky, For interior decorating we carry ami re. commend ALABASTINE, the beautiful wall 'coating. Call and $ samples of tints and ask us about it -- do-lur FURS JAM AND HIDES W " '''! SSXS. '!. wph, jmi wm ivVi - -- .Vw 4 4. vjwH;ifv "t" r a .1 'V ',. FV i' TWC :f " ITAPTflW IWTEHIOR JOW WAL STANFflRt, KEHTUCKV New Year Greetings. the year just past. 2 On Sweepi ng Reductions i 2nd Our customers are our most valuable assets. 3rd We don't think anythnig too good for our customers. 4th That is why weenedavor to give you our best service and also improve it each day. 5th Make this resolution in your home: "Trade With Severance this year." PERSONAL ami SOCIAL Wullnco Singleton was quito ill with tonnilitia Christmas day. Mifis Christino Merritt of lit We thank ydu for your patronage 3S v 99 as o Winter Goods. lf 1 TT WILL sell you cloaks, suits, dresses, underwear VV and all heavy goods at ond-- f ourth to one-haoff the regular price. Come and see what $5, $7.50 and $9.50 will buy in a cloak or suit. Winter goods must Lj go. 41 HAYS-PADG- ETT BOOKKEEPING Jnmcs Hubbard, hrotlicr of Isnno eslnesa,PhanoariBhy Hubbnnl nnd Ed Hubbard, of this Mr. Dean Ilnys nnd Miss Bcrtio TYPEWRITING and city, died nt his homo at Hichmond Diui-vill- c, TELEGRAPHY Padgett vvoro quietly mnrricd Sun-dn- y TTnrbcrt Kinnninl spent Christmas long illness of WILI0RR.SMI TrllUflNEItCflLIElE evening, December 21, nt tho wns the nttrnctivo pucat of Jununry 1st, after a with relnttvrit in Lnncnster. ... i. d homo of tho bride's parents three MisH Lorrnin Campbell several dnys nnccr. lit rrHnl ht Tr of TZ tiMrlnr ! merrantit Jnmcit P. Ilrndy went to Louisville ftnit Sankln. tmlnnM. c jnt Mnrttlntf a.4 miles northenst of Wnyncshiirg. onn mti n wom,o jtrrrta mrrnxn nw. His many friends wcro plnd to HVcilnesdny morning prospecting. IHUi H. Evcryono regretted to lenrn of tho TH,MllatH,H7, Rov, T. J. Gndhy snjing tho words Miss Kffin Wuro visited friends va W. 8. Fish out last week nflor death nt Crab Orchard of Curtis which mode them one. Mr. Ilnys i3 quite n severe itpcll of sickness. lit Alum Springs Inst week. Kghcrt, son of Mrs. Knto Egbert, Wo nro prepared to install hot very popular with nil who know him. M. P. North nnd S. M. SnMfloy which occurred nt her home there Mr. nnd Mm. I. M. Wcslorfield, water nnd hot air heating, plumbing The brido is ono of tho most chnrm-i- n nnd children of I'nris, spent several nil ended the Speakership fight ut nftcr n lengthy illness. Mr, Egbert young Indies in cic, Conn Bros., Lancaster, 81-t- f. section, just bloomingtho Wnyncshurg ilnys Inst week with Mr. nnd Mrs. Frankfort on Monday. wns forty yenrs of ngc nnd unmnr-rieout of 18 sum Jnmcs M. Snuflcy was over from M. I). Klinorc. He wns u member of tho A FRIEND. only the mors. W. S. Fish represents Mis Knto Wnrrcn, of WooRtcr, Crittenden Thursday with his brolh-i- r i riinslinii church nnd esteemed nnd best and strongest insurance comI liked by nil who knew htm. nnd sister. panies. Let him keep you protected. Ohio, is nl home for n tisit to her BACH CLUB. pnrents, Mr. nnd Mrs. Walter Wnr-jeGrimes nnd children, Mm. llattic baptized How J. Q. Livingston of Mnywood, hnvo been visiting her Brick store-roofor rent on cor- - ntUglitfclly Entertained By Thomas MnnltT Tommy Wnlker, of four young Indies in tho lako nt nor siste, Mm. Dink Farmer hero. nnu naqcusior sirccis, oi Aiain Coleman Last Week. (mil hecn tliu gutsl of Mustrr Misses Derta nnd Knto Kadi are King's Mountain Chrihtmns dny, Jorpii linlloti, Jr. jviiititig their sister, Mrs. W. M. who hnd mndo tho "good confes- opposito court house. Possession Ho'i. I.'. I. Owsley, of Columbtw, lllrown, nt Mill Spring, Wayne coun- - sion." Tho Bach Club nnd its friends Janunry 1, 1912. J. S. Hocker 98-ns hero for n scvcrnl dnys . ty, for a few wrcks wiiilo Mr. llrown Gi., 'no'o royally cntortained by Hi. iimiiy friends here, when he visit I j his father, Dr. J. 11. Ows- is in Tcxns on a business trip. An examination for nppointment CJuIh Vice Piesidcnt, Mr. Thomns Chnrles North, who has been on limit the j.iistrtrato for a number of ley. Colemnii last Friday evening. Thn to know to the Statu Normnl School at home wai nrtistically Mrs. Curti, of Georgetown, spent a business trip through tho West, yenrs, fill bo interested decorated t scvcrnl dnyH hero with her sister, spent Christmas week with his par tlir.t Dr. A. S. Moffett liaa rwi.ied Richmond, Ky. will be held in my with holly, mistletoe and southern HU 7 ns pastor tho Presbyterian church otllco Dec. 29th, 1911. O. Single- suiilnx and n happier group of young 'cnts, Mr. nnd Mrs. M. P. North. Mrs. Mnry Iliirch. Mr. nnd Mrs. Will Porter visited' Mrs. L. C. King, of tho Hubble thiirih nt lbanit to accept f ni.'rr ton, 8upt. pcoplo could not have been found. 99tf the Jotter's mother, Mrs. Charles section, has been very sick with chrg. at Pensnela, Klorila. Ilndcid, v:ioa tho Bach Club enter(Irimes nnd family in Garrard Inst pneumonia fever but is better now I am agent for tho International tains, the realization is always week. . nt this writing. For Rent. My new eottne on gasoline engine and feed cutters. cqviil to tho anticipation. As tho woMr. nnd Mrs. Ocorgo A. Mclloh- Mr. D. II. Spooiinmorc, of Chnt-trt- s Portmun avenue. Dath and all modBest on tho market. J. L. Beazley, guestn nrrived each couplo was giv- enma oter from Covington nnd tnnoogn, Tcnn., Mr. nnd Mrs. Sam ern conveniences. See L. R. Hughes . en n paper on which was printed spent o few dnys with rclntivcs hero Spoonnmoro nnd littlo dnughter, of or roystlf. Wm. Stone. a poem, every lino of which could There is a great difference In life nnd at Lancaster tho latter part of Danville, Mrs. Ella Houso nnd son, bo j.usvvcrVd by a musical term and Christmas week. of Lnneaster, Mr. nnd Mrs. J. T. Wnntcd Mnn with family, with Insurance policies. Mutual Benefit a gay time was enjojed solving the Rev. W. II. Hopper, of Burnsido, KoynoMs of Stanford nnd Miss Susio two hands in family, to work on Policies are superior. I can show puzzles. While tho judges were exMuch future misery may be saved you. madwas here n few dnys last week with Roberts of Junction City, weru furm; good house furnished. Apply you. Why not buy the best? R. M. amining the papers, tho guests vere am, if you open a bank account here. Ask his pnrents, Mr. nnd Mrs. George D. among those who enjoyed n delight-Hoppe- r, to W. A. Harney R. F. D, No. 2. jservtd delicious refreshments deco your husband, father, brother, or friend and Newland Agent. 101-- 2 ful dinner with Mr. nnd Mrs. E. S. rated in tao Club colors, yellow nnd come today. A dollar will start k. Mrs. Garland Singleton Spoonumoro on Christmas day. Mr. nnd white. The papers were all good There will bo an old fashioned 8TATB OF OHM CtTT or Toudo. t nnd family hnvo moved to n cottngo but the first prize wns nwnrden to IAC1 COVTTT. f dnncc in Walton's opera house some on Lognn nvenue SHORT LOCALS. Fxakk J. CutntT nukea Mth ttut ht la amlM Miss Katherine Arnold and Mrt. Thus nrm o( V. J. ciniit A Co, doing timo next week, promoted by Jess unnrr el the Miss Itcssto Riffe, of Ilnstonvillc, i buunraa u Umi cur ol Tolrdo, and sum Bright. Tho second prize to Miss Effio Stanford, Ky. par Parmer and some other local young afumakt and that aald Brm willomoirthe aum ol has been tho guest of Miss Allio ONE HUNDRkD DOLLAKH tor ruh and rrrrr Bir.ifclirran and Mr. Harry Remhurt tho boys to men. They invite nil nar nt Catahh tnat Mnnot b nurd br toe uae ol Ynntis in Lnco.ler. ..pon.t forKCt t!le "Musical Pnvor- guests were Miss Lucy nnd bring their girls with them. IUu'i catauh ctax. TOAVK J. cnCN'KY. Capital $50,000. Mr. and Mrs, It. M. Nowlnnd nnd Surph $4,098.02. Sworn to before ra. and aubarnbrd In mr prraence. I.ec W niton, of Orlando, Fla., Miss week with , rhildrrn 'spent Christmas tan lb dar ol Oramtm'. A. 11.. IIM. Deposits $75,499.13. Kntlicrine Arnold, of Danville, Miss Jnnunry, Cth. A. W. dLEASOY. Mrs. Ncwmnd s pnrents in Louia- - . If not sold primtcly beforo, I II -- lli I Notait Ptaue. Marie ritlds, of Charleston, 111, nud villr. will sell publicly nt my late home on intra Catirrh Cur. It taken Intcmanr and W. L.McCarty, Prei. M. B. Cashier. I will offer for solo publicly on Suturdny Junuary 6, at 1 p. m., a (trrrtlr upon the blond and muooua aurlaem ol art. Rev Wi'liara Hopper of Biirnsiic. Miss Virginia Rourne, of Lnncns-- i tb. Mcpdun-cf- . Send lor teattmontata. rree, BTatem. C. R. Coleman, T. D. V. J. CHhNEV CO, Toledo, OA wns the guest of her sister, MrsPridny, Jnn. 5th nt 2 P. M. a lot lot of household nnd kitchen furni-tnrlor, Sold br all Druiuu. tse. Rnucy uul E. L. Reinhart were presXaAa liall a Kamur nlla for ronptlftlon. W. K. Wnmcr during Christmns'of household nnd kitchen furniture, Sco hand bills later. Mrs. ent. yccVr: 'nil nenrly new. Snlo at my Into L. 11. Cook, Stanford. Mrs. -Miss Zilphn Ilrooks of Atl(utn. homo on lower Muin r.lroct. Tell me tho article you will buy 1 is tho guest of her mint. Miss Mollioll,. IJ, Cook. When given ns soon ns tho croupy 60011, I will hnvo illustrated cata SALE OF PROPERTY FOR Uronks and other relntivcs in Crab SCHOOL TAX cough nppcnrs Chamberlain's Cough logues and factory prices sent you. I Evangelist Ed. Hubbard preached Remedy will ward off an nttnek of John B. Hicirins. crocerv. Dnnvillo Orrhnrd. Tho undprsigncd collector of Mr. nnd Mrs. Grover C. Anderson twice tho fifth Sunday in December, croup nnd prevents nil danger nnd nvenue Stanford, Ivy. Sales infor school taxes for the McKiuuey Grad enmo over from Mt. Sterling to b'tend nnd Baptized two young Indies. Ono cause of nnxilty. Thousands of mation reporter for M. S. I. A. largo ed school District will on tho 12th membership mothers use it successfully. Sold by factories. Mail order houses and day of January 1912 in front of tho n fow days Christian week with her joung man ncceptid parent. Mr. nnd Mrs E. P. Hoods. ith tho church, clients. G. L. Penny. tho Postoffi' o in tho town of R. !. Arnold tho hustling inggy Lmt'iln county, Kentucky, man. of in chest or To brenk tip n cold manufacturer nnd gnrngc suunlv of Internntionnl tell to tho highest bidder for cash, Fresh Tho Wnmnn'a Mis.ionnry Society poultry food. E. T. nnd wns hero Pridny giving head over night, pour n sennt ten- of tho HnptNt church wil' meet Fri- stock tho following debcnbed proH'rty, 101-2- t. Ponco some pretty calendars to n number hnoonful of llvomei into a bowl of day nt 2:30 P. M., with Mr- -. ono hlnck horsa four years old nnd of his Lincoln county friends. , boiling water. Itrcntho tho vapor. ono dark brown horso two years old. M. J. Fnrris Jr.. of Dauul'o, left iJ0ttle of Hyomci 50 cents. G. L. TO THE TAXPAYERS nnd being tho samo property levied p'- - Penny gunranteis last week for tho west to spend it ror cntnrrh, INVOICING. property of S. M. Owens All property on which tnx is not on ns the cral months. Ho will make Pnrkor colds etc, Our istoro will bo closed on Jancollecpnid on or before January 10th will and F. M. Ware, by mo as of 'Arizona his hcndqunitcrs mobt uary 3 nnd 4, for the purpose of Mc- - tor, fur school taxes for tho year tho tunc. For Rent. Pivo room cottngo with invoicing W. E. Perkins & Son, Crab bo advertised for solo. W. L. of 1911, tho amount of taxes includ1024t Carty, S. L. U. Mrs. J. S. Wells and children loft wnter works nnd good cistern; terms Orchaid. It. ing interest penalty and costs is yesterday for Lexington to visit her rcasonnblo. Apply to E. Wilkinson. $143.27. Hon. J. S. Owsley, on Ashfather An cxnminntion for graduation in Mndicincs that nid nature nro alR. n. JMETCALF, Collector. land nvenue, nnd othor relntivos a Renewing for Ins I. J. for another ways modi effectual. Chamberlain's common school course will be held Danville Advocate. Tyrone, Oklu., Cough Remedy tlmt . citv. a yenr. G, W. Riffe, of' acts on this planli, in, tho cQurthouseJanuary 20; 27. Mn7nndMrs. W. S. Wigham, of snys tbnt tboro nro 18 inches of allays tho cough, relieves tho lungs, Gotland Singleton, Supt. "' Morcland,' hnvo been recent guests snow on tho ground thero ami n rioW.- opens tht 'secretions and aids- - naof Mr. and Mrs. R- - M. Arnold in bumper whont crop is expected next ture in restoring the system to a When buying a cough medicino Danville. yenr. healthy condition. Thousnnds have for children bear in mind thnt Cbnro Rnnford, Mr. und Mrs. Henry n. testified to its superior excellence. borlnin's Cough Remedy is most efFOR SALE of Chicago, nro guests of Mr. .i id Sold By G. L. Penny. fectual for colds, croup and whoopDanvillo Mrs. Forcstus. Rotd. D ing cough and that it contains no 20 COMING harmful drug. Sold by G. L. Penny. visited his MULES. Rov. Henry 0. Mills WILL SELL SINGLE TRAININGSCHOOL for TEACHERS mother, Mrs. Young of Ilighlnnd. to D. M. Robinson, of tho Louisville en COURSES: PrMaralorv. State Certiflcalt.. lat week. Ho wasVn., route ho (AND IN PAIRS TO HIGHEST whew Store, on Monday night of lust week Ll,e DWwwa, Cottitlv Certificate Bevisw,? Huntington, West BDDER AT TE fjUHHELLEY 1 t, foil down tho stops into tho Special. Tuition Free to Appoint, of v,ontrni assume tho pastorato whero ho had started to pro- MeU"'dit church of that City, by STOCK YARDS COURT DAY, JAtf . Einonse3 Very Low. Ask About It. Artistic Cntnlorua Pw. A.til.- parc tho furnaco. His nrm was badtho appointment of BWiop H. O. fi D2 j Q p0STER A?ID J. H. : : : J. G. CRABBE, President, : : Richmond. Kwity'cky : ly sprained nnd bin fnee considerMorrison. l KY. 2 ably bruised, but he is able to bo T. Erobry loft Inst week for 'WOODS, STANf0RD, J. 'np Mr Frnnkfort to take his position in i Is what people say of our Restau- nl"t"i airiiin Lomlnt' S " to is a Robinson nbovo referred tho otllco of Stnto Auditor Hen-- j FOR SALE rant. Everything clean and nice kbrothor of, Mr. Sam . Robinson of Ceoil Willinms, of Som- Uosvvorth. 130 acres of land between I & this city. rset. n former Stanford boy. oh I 3- STANFORD, KEN'TutTCY Crab and served promptly. Come, take a ) ' re editur of thfl'SomorsatTiioca, N. railroud ami Stanford and Eph- ,i : . nlr.o nlace in the snniO Orchard ttke, being a portion .ic meal with us and let us shew you. Constipation is the caise of many his many local friends will raim Pennington tract. Has on it offlce. fresh ailments nnd disorders that make a new house und tobarco barn, j We always haye on hand be glad to know. life miserable Take Chnfbertnin'a Mrs. J. B. Owsley,, Mr. und Mrs. H. C. Bnnghmnn (Tfirms easy. fruits of all kinds, Cakes, Candles Stomach and Liver Tablets, keep ; ytur tf Main .Stanford. i have rented thoir home on East your bowels regular and you will Etc Etc. to Mr. and Mrs. J. O. tarltou j street bMlMIS avoid these diseases. For sale by n i'nii trtinw flint fill w niitA nut nt who will move here from Lebanon, I G. L. Penny. tiwrt and will be warmly welcomed to every ten ncsea of rheumatism are j Stanford. Mr. Carlton is the mana eifply rheumatism of tho uiuxclen sate publicly on C. L. dap to eli or croup, or enromo I will offer for ger for the international Hum corner next to Court House Pridny, Jan. 5th at 2 P. M. a lot ter Compnny forlhis section of tho rheumatism, und requirfa no Internal of household and kitchen furniture, pp'y uuuiu-raaoRestaurMtMr Mr. and Mrs. Haugnman win nrtnrmcni wnuieven slate. ,j Uniment freely and aeo all nearly new. Sale at ray lata the firat of the year to thir Iberlair-'t 'ITJ-iJA- X. it (rivea relief. Por ealt home on lower Vain street. Mrs. Ky. Stanford, haadsome country boaw od tho how quickly 1 L. D. Cook. by G. L, Penny. $" iMMptet pik f m d. n. m I.nn-ranl- fi, tf ; I'-- e IJSviiG " my ' matter whether a woman Noried or single she should haveis mai a bank account. It sometimes helps make a man more thrifty and it always makes her independent of circumstances. STATE BANK & TRUST CO., nt-te- Out-of-to- T ul 1 '$!, ; t'1 t ' - o. 1-- - IT WON'T BE A - HAPPY HEW YEAR lle Nun-nvllc- y. I J. f the loved ones are not nrotected from the cold and kept comfort able and warm during the next few wintry months. K f r. '. 1 The best way to do this is to burn BAUGHMAN'S COAL - to send yoil a load HJAUMN &(o, stdflfod lrl 1- -3 Ihybur stoves and grates.6 Phone us 102-2."- You Always or. THREE-YEAR-OL- Feel At Home A GOOD PLACE TO EAT. At The bnso-men- LINCOLN INOITITIEil Cfafja. ,'CC. I COUNTY NATIONAL BANK I, , MiityinrfriiRdiud trtMict first; national bank. : progressivb;' strong And Seeking Your Bank Account CAPITAL $50,000. 1-- ACCOMMODATING yf I ' Civir SURPLUS $25,ftQq v ; ve s Open an Account With us 1-- '. ! si' ' :v. f t '". T IK- - n : i y '-. i - - fHE tTAHFQ WMTERWW JttlW tlAL STAWOUt, jttlfalkv 7 When You Think Of Autom IEnies ky. 1 ,1 .n Think of Arnold's New Garage Reasonable. Very We Build The Car From The Ground; Paint and Trim New if Need Be. l !HHHlHHCi00l-0"0010- THE FARMERS SWhenYouAreNotDo I ing Much of Anything I i loafing around SJust and enjoying 5 For Sale. 50 ncrcs o timbor land on Oltculicim piko Frank Coleman, Koutc, 1 Stanford, For Sale. 800 bushels of shelled oats, 200 bushels orchard grass seed, 500 bales timothy hay, 6 fancy Polled Durham weanling bull calves A No. 1. Dnroo Jersey boar. A. W. 98-t- f, Carpenter, Morcland, Ky. A car of cotton seed and rintccd meal just received . J. II. Uuugh-ma- n D8-8t- p. & Co., 100-- 3. E yourself , you often are where you want to look well dressed. Our clothes make a welldressed 'vftian,swhereverhe is, or whoever '2 ,5 ne is. tr ll loung or oia, any slop cnttlr, about 1,000 pounds, at $52 per hundred. Ho nlso sold to Richard Alexander three spinll mules and five hor.ses for Southern market at Mr. Farris bought of Mrs. $900. Sweeney, of Bryantsville, fifteen GOOipound cattle nt four- cents. Alxo of M. K. Allen, of Hustonville, 18 head of short cattle, weight ld Farris sold ninety bend of good M. J. to Simon Weil size, h .1 weight 800 iVlso thirty-fo- pound, nt ur 4 1-- 2 cents.1 1-- 2, 3 shape or figure. ;J . We fit anybody or any book with these clothes. pocket- - You ovtjfat to buy ours because ... they areS&t and up to $30 OvercU $7.50 to $25 L m 4. v BKHhC T HEftBaBBaW y I Cumniira & Wearen Vl , .m&A, J? . T .VI- .- I , Stanford, ,- -- ' Kentucky. - - 1. "fX 891 iigiaBaa i. To Our Customers ? .. - T count We needin money. aaft'' the I Thanldnff you for past favor ij- UPC a j Please come and settle yourac- Ij f,. T. anil solicitBif acontmuation of the same, . head from Tab Rniney, weight 8o0 pounds, at 4 cents. From Hichard Alexander., Mrs. Sweeney, L. W. Norton, Wm.l Se.i and others 200 head nt 4 cents "shipping them to Cincinnati. M. J. Furris sold the McGraw pl.iee, near Shelby City, to Oscan Drewry, for $4,50. John M. Harlan who lives out NOTICE TO STOCKHOLDERS near Dauvillo hnd a straw stack toThe regular meeting of the stockblow over, catching threo heuJ- - o tho Nutional Bank of cattle and ten hogs, of which vhen holders of Hustonville, of Hustonville, Ky., to the. straw was remoed, were fouml tho. ensuing to luiVM suffocated, making the lost! elect directors for year, will be held nt its banking about $200. Tuesday in Janunry, 1912, which is The farm of the late T. B. Wal J W. Hocker, January 9, 1912. Iter, of Garrard which as advertU-- l Cashier. ed to be sold at Lancaster on last) Monday, was taken down, the high-- j NOTJCE TO STOCKHOLDERS est bid being $91 per acre, nnd thosu The regular meeting of tho interested did not consider this '"i of the Crab On hard Bankworth of the property. Company, of Crab Orchard, Ky., J. II. Alien, i Cisey county, h.ih ing directors for the ensuing p .reliased of Nat Campbtll his f.ivnf to elett year, will bc'held at its bar .iut;' ot liil acres in the 1'ieasant Run sew in Crab Orchard on tit. second '.ion of Marion county. The l'iv Tuesday in Janunry 1912 which is en-The tarm 'iivi Miu ..f)(lO. J. C Bailey, formerly owned by M. L. Rolln.3 January 9, ldl2. Cashier. and osbers, and is an nusunliy tjooij (i.i . NOTICE TO SHARE HOLDERS The Hurley 'Tobacco Society of The regular meeting of tho sharefiemls lasfTreek authorized tho an nouneement that they had closed tit holders 6f Lincoln County Nntioual deal which" has been! landing for bc jlank of Stanford, Ky., to elect eral days by which th6 Bociety' ha for tho ensuing year will be soul to the Jnhn'J. Uagby Tobaec ot its banking office in Stan- Company, of 'Detroit, 1,500,00' held in fdril, Ky.,' on the second pounds of colory tobace Junuary 1912 which Is Janunry Uth ii- -i oi me s'jvh poor nt ll oentsa Bounds. Tho''tolmc'nn RrtlH all nt 1942. W. M. Bright. Cashier. he A. fives,1 B.' ihef nnd C fivei And poniririserf nil )t the tobaccoof NOTICE1 TO SHAREHOLDERS. those grades' Remaining in the 1909 The regular meeting of tho share-hbldeaol. Ihe negotiations liao' Lee 'of Tha First National Bank prolonged on' account of the diffit 01 Diunnno, xvy., 10 yricvi uirrciuir 'fully in agreeing- - on the price,' thi for the .ensuing jear will bo held at jociet asking' 12. cents and the tot- - its banking office in Stanford, Ky.. .bacco company offering 11, u couil-- j on the second Tuesday iu Janunry promise price being' finally ogreed 1912 which is January 9th 1912. H. ?n at 11 4 cents. C. ftaughman, Cashier. 1-- 2' . tock-holder J dir-6cto- ra oy low-grars 3-- There is going to bo a big time in Lexington the first week in January for the Lincoln farmers who attend tho Qnttlo Brecdcw Association and the Kentucky Corn Urnwfcrp As soeinlion. Tho Kentucky Beef Cattle Grcdcrs Association will hold an important meeting nt the Collcgo of Agriculture nt Stato University on January 4th. J. W. Bales, of Richmond, will discuss tho proper methods of fattening steel's in Kentucky, a id Jonas Weil and Simon Vil l.nc been nsked to discuss thii question alsO From the discussion b fthesa cattle feeders it is anticipated that iho farmen. may gain some interesting and important information regarding this vexing prob lein. F. C. Giltncr, of Ktninencc, will ninko an address on "Tho Beef Cattle Inteiests of Kentucky", nnd Prof. K. S. Gooch will speak on "Abuition in Cottle." Secretary R. J. Kinxer, of Kansas City, Nvill make an address on "Hereford Cattle", Mid Secretary Chns. Gray, of on Angus Cattle, and Score- tary C. W. Orove, ot Uneiigo on "Shoi thorn Catllc.'' F. B. Freeman sold eight nice 2J." pound hogs to T. V. Jones & Co., Saturday at 5 2 cents. Mr. trie-ma- n M feeding fifty more nice onb3 at his place on the ri.cr which ho will put on the market when the price lb right in the spring. Clu-tauo, nmt PriCCS AT danville, n AT LEXINGTON, A Clearance of All Goods in All Sections. REDUCTIONS UP TO 50 PER CENT 10101 1 enoioioioiQ.oidaoioaoiaioioBOioaotoadtei m 1 1 H M THIS Announcement will prove of intense interest to prospective home furnishers. It means that every piece of furniture, every yard of carpet and drapery material, every rug and picture, all wall paper in fact our entire stock has been reduced in price. This store's merchandise is marked in plain figures you can tell the savings at a glance. H 0 Hi i..i .1 ... M H m M Q U m Q won't be disappointed. Come expecting to obtain your s needs in furniture and home furnishings at a considerable saving-y- ou 2 eh Jiif We 1 iv v? i J U3 i i : Hughes, Martin & Gv cf art jours for buisness. 1TV StnfnrAJc,''-i- , .rj- i y 9 I f MAIN AND BROADWAY, NOTICE TO SHAREHOLDERS Tho reguar meeting of the share WHITE OAK SCHOOL HONOR ROLL. C nsaOaOi0ioi0iiOaiB01oa(5ifi0Bo1fcPi1oaiMe F. BROWER, LEXINGTON, KY. Cash for Accounts and Notes I && Ik us We make collection!, and loot after claims anywhere in the United Krntps and Canada. and make no" charge unless we collect. Bank reference, for collection. comes easily and direct when you placo them with ri B Vo-av- aJj : va)i VPMWMBBHH a W', Jf r r jkjk A 1W1"IW wr ) Cerrespondence Invited. I MAY'S COLLECTION AGENCY, S enferset. Kentucky.' A CHANCE m Grade 8Maggio 3tanl4n, holders of the People's Bank of i'Hustoiiville, Ky., to elect directors Urade C Linnie Kankiu. . 11. ill 1- .' Grade 3 Lewis Gordon, Dudderar riu ut ior ma ensuing uur win uu U.l.l .1 its banking otllco in Hustonville, Hubble, Slioron. Qrude 1 J. T. Sheron. Tuesday in Ky., on the sneond January, 1912 which is January 9, 1912. J, W. Hoskins, Cnshier. JL.Beazley&Oo UNDERTAKERS BALMCRS. AND CM. Jn. MAT. ll ALfO DEAL- ER IN FURNITURE, EXCHANGE FOR ALU KIND TINQt, RUQi. THEY WILL FURNITURE OF STOCK. GIVE THEM A CALL, FRICI RIQHT. l ."i i'r i 1 jt 'TS ' , , RAINCOATS Z Of Your Life To Get a Corduroy Suit or a pair of pants at off as long as ' they last. one-thir- d We Pay Highest Market Prices For O. POSTED - 0 place. I'lio charge 'a 25 cenU caab witn name.) Q. (Tbe liuntlng iewon u upon ua and nearly everyone onta to post tol V. CV T. Iiastv Willsou, Ii. G. Goocb. Z N t . X A plfefou waWlSCoat for .UJkind. of wither buy xe 'of ofirirain- m r ' 'Ha.-- .coats. 1 h 1 H 1 Mi ft 'It. ., ' '- f - Come quick and be the lucky man. Furs. THE L. BARGAIN u PLACE CrabOrcharW, M MffHi vr ' ii -- ' . am f$ias,s jf L SANDERS. Kentucky. K. B. NorthGott. T.K;. Tudor. Heiuhenbacb Bros. N. II. Plummer, Fred Von Alkuitt Jacob Gaudei Muttie II. llewes. S. II. Baughman V. P. Belden Fred Von Grucnigan, jonn uerzog. j. m. uoocu Wm. and John Huffman. Willium Conlier. J. B. Myers. J. V. Baughman. L, P. Kunnelley, tir- - )3 before you sell, get price fEurESBBEflEaluEI ESBaBBEvEShrxXcBM J. F. Qover, Mrs. W. 0. Morke BHEflC in country or delivered. Mrs. Bottle Spoonamore. - Carter. G. V. Koger. John J. B. Caracnisch. Mrs. Mattie Wkite, , lV Mrs. 8 D. lliutt, Sam Caatelle, UMMRTAKIR AN EMBALMS II. C. Baughman. E. V. Carson.! MtY. Mwwer Broa, Jt S. Uaokar. ' -- Ky 1 Notiee. No mi allowed t but KFH0NE153. ofHH 'hum iff, jim u my faro, rax Dudderar. J. Herman Birkolr. C. M. Allen. B. MuniiHig All kinds of Produce, Hides and J. C McClary ri. ijfLEWWRrEM - jL .- Vfc ' TAFHf, 'yim -- .. ViJafetsLiL:!