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KVKRY TUKSDAY AND FRI6a WALLINS HELD OVER UNDER $1,000 BOND. RECORD, fRICES AT PEOPLEr WAREHOUSE f ; 250 pounds nt $11. 305 pound nt $14.25. 276 pounds nt $10.50. ENTERTAIN FOR GRAND MASTER. FITCH AGAINST ANY SNAP ACTION In TOBACCO MARKET HOLDING UP Wm. Lf. 1' 7: I Mr. nnd Mm. .Intr.es I'owcll were n 'i ' delightful host mid hostess nt n reJ. Norton Filch, the Kighth Con W. P. Kincald the local buyer ier ' Some of tho best miles mndc Tu ception nt their pretty country home t Jr" gressional DistrictV member of the the Louisville Jake and Dud Wnllin were held to Tobacco WorehoaiM M ',,3 nwait the action of the grand jury tobacco markets in this part of the Thursday evening given for their Democratic Stnte Kxecutivo Com- Company, bus been riding ,5? ; ',1 alaMC mittee, in heartily in favor of car- night and day under $1,000 bond, by .Indue Ihiilcy, slate in recent yours were held ill guests the Misses HoncliiliH of ' recently looking) , rying out the party's platform .t:rr . in (he county court late Tuesday tin) Peoplu's Tobncoo Warehouse In Klixjr Springs. i The home wns . t umeieiii. urojis over JLdncoin pledges including the" ennctment of mid is buying afternoon, lit the conclusion of the Danville on Tuesday. About 100,- - lieuutifully ilecornlcd in holly nnd a great deal n direct primary law. examining triul, held lis ii result of . 000 pounds were wild, nil tit Tiigh mistletoe. Delightful refreshments He is aUo weed. Ho asks bis friends: not tam ncainst uuy snap uction in thin dis-- , impatient, or I.ige I loskltis I averages. All me iiuycrs were on were served nnd nil enjoyed and hnd tbe double killing assuring them that trict toward mnking the congrcssion-a- l will get to all as soon as h and Walter Wnllin ut Crab Orhcnrd'hnud and the bidding was spirited a hnppy time. Among those present eJi. n the evening of December 23. The "II grades hoMiug their own well. were: Miss Jennie I'owcll. Miss Hit nomination, until the General As- and will buy everything in. tkM-Wago- n tie Floyd, Miss Eliza Route, .Miss sembly now in session hns an oppor aRaiiiht F.rnest Wnllin, the 18- - F.xjerls say tlmt the market for iae son of Dud W'ullin, was loads of tobacco are baiaff promises lo lie much belter Klifnhcth Stephenson, Miss Sadie tunity to carry out the party's pledge received daily at his big "wnreftoiw. in "" .new r il was bofme llaughmni), Mh-Air, Fitch to expressed himself than Kthel Kills, Miss missed, there being no evidence to here. emphatically to a representative of coanect him with the denth of either i the first, and home record breaking Isn Floyd, Mis Angie Carpenter, liiliflMAn uAAm A Wfe . Ini.oa the Interior Journal, who was at hnlllnfy itn irttll ni,l .Iia ur nala- - f km, although he bud jumped upon Mile nre looked for at tbe Peoic's Miss Rose 3fcCormnck, Miss Xell ...., ..u lu .wfnK ,j Frankfort last Monday to see (he are said to be very cood for.UMM Miss HoaUns after latter hnd shot Ilia J Warehouse within the next few Rllis, Miss Virginia Lyman, V' f There weie no rejratioiis Kllu llarnette, MUs Alma Kirker, Speakership fight. lad'H uacl Walter Wullia to death' weeks. to hold up an loiig as the market' ' ''nfv mmitimi in tltiu wmr-- Imu m father. Roth the when the big price-- , weir realized Mis. Anns Floyd, Miss llhinch llarbut everything sold nette, and Messrs. Hugh Snndidge, cost me many friends nt home where auve bond lor their on Tuesday, bought iy Mr. JKtnoaid and,Jaa Hon John 11. Welch w u prospective a before the FtWalaiy Urn and oI4 well. A few of Ike sample Turner Carpenter, Joe Route, King prices paid are as follows: 'V "' ij&jKTOKJlbr n 'riiileM were a follows: -candidate for Congress," said Mr. Carpenter, Henry Raughnian, James " . S. II. Baughman Tiabariato , Uie Sttphth-Fitch to the Interior Journal. "Of 4w took Jfltin HickR, George of;arrard: JBWiatt'rwitaaiM 6RAND MASTER DAVt JACKSOR ii,vn pounas i eenur. Dodd course, I nrmfor Mr. Welch over any '.".'5 pound at Skinner, Will Krale, 16.2ft. 4rifl the kring Tuesday, rr a. n. UHUgtaBian and Jtesser r36 Roger Ilieks Julian Hiffe, Paul Wit- B.' pounds at 17.25. The Masonic lodge of Stanford .'toasts wero delivered by the fol- - oni hut at the same tinm I believe TUitmrTo nw 11 waj)iaeaa Wallin wha Ls charged f Im, OtcmIum Floyd and Mr. liobbitt celebrated the New Year's birth in lowing Masons: killing Hoskins. 2.'0 pounds at 910.25. lie stated vi Iiev. J. B. Jones, that tho democratic party's plodges 8. It. Raughjaan and McWhrr,v a Vft m 99 t If Miss Virginia Lyraon, of Louis- - 'delightfully " that ka heard the shots in Riddle's t 240 pounds, bt 20. attractive war. Dave congressman iiorvcy ueim, nev. a. A 9"h A ftftAAtttA tikmal J Wa wmcu wui., 6,000 lbs. at 10c. ivjh suuum m recent J plat- ville U with MUs Angi Carpenter Jackson, ot London, the Grand Mos- - A. Higgins, J. Mort Rothwell, Hev. ns enunciated in our 26." pounds at $'25. od ran to the Hcene, and haw glae " Lytle and Sears 5,000 lbs at lte.' thls week. '.'10 pound at 22. lloakiae backing out of the door, Jier, who is the chief officer of the Willinm Hopper, Itev. Jos. Itullou. lnn, and until the legislature has C. H. Carter 1,200 a at 8c. Henry IUiugliriwiM come up from order in the state, was present, and Trot'. J. W. Ireland nnd Rev. J. J. nnd opportunity to do so, I am witfc, young Kme4 Wnllin clinging 300 potmdA nt 11.75. W. M. Flannery 3,500 Iha at Se. ' against snap action of any kind HO pounds at $13.75. Atlanta to be with tbe homtfolk in tbe afternoon officiated ifi tbo Dickey. to him and Hoskins benting the boy W. L, Flannery J.WO lbs Average price 4" 1 7.73 a bundmd. during ChrLstma- -. onference of the Master's 'degree The speakers' list concluded, the bt?n tnken in thw congressional dw- tee tfc heud with his pistol. He " W. U. and B. M. Dermy AtHW Mr. A. M. Fry entertained a num- -' At the conclusion of tbe secret eere-be- r i'fimrvnnv. u htnnlititr 'said that he then fired at Hoskius Dy T. I.. Kronddus, nf Garrard in1 in tnet.1 -'' at 10c ?h'M pn'c announcement of Mr. of the young folks Thursday ev. raonie, the Masons un'd their bdy .lnnir"thn !on- - m..Pr Hnmlncrr nnA IB5 pounds at $19 to vara tbe boy's life, uh he believed Chns. Howard 3,500 lbs at 10e. euiiiK- 280 pounds nt 17.25. friends, making a company of one weie by Itev. J. J. Dickey dismissed Ki,ch's P0"5'0" wiw nnke him many that lloskins wus Irving to kill hi J. T. Coy 0,000 lbs. at 8 Mrs. Alvin Kllis of Kllisbuig was' hundred and one, ussembltd at tbe vitli n benediction warm inenas over ine ominci ana '.'05 pounds nt $14.50. wepaew. J. E. Reagan 2,500 lbs at'f,.,-over the state. The great majority bete Friday for a few hours Although it was not chargtd that , '.'85 pounds nt $10. dining hull of the Govur restaurant W. M. King 9,000 lbs at Bc.gfVftf Thus ended one of the most enMiss Mary D. Kennedy of democrats feel as he does, that is th :.nd enjoyed n delightful banquet, joyable entertainments pounds at $10. Dud Wnllin had any Imiid in nny ' Jns. Rogers 3,000 lbs nt llc?7wtij which the the party's platform must bo carried guest of Miss Coin Mn (Joodc. 175 Mii.iids nt $10, given in honor of the Grand Master. Masons have extended of the killitiQH, he was held over lo Leslie Long 5,000 lbs at 13c. "i lo their Mis-- , Ruth Culberson, of Coving- - The handsome menu cards which friends sineu till' (ttpjiI rilohrn(infi into effect and that it is both un150 pounds at $l.'l. the grand jury upon the charge that W. C. Wyun 10,000 lbs nt 8c; SX v wise from n pnrty standpoint and ton if. the guest of Mis- - Kdmi Cani-iii- t. weie placi.1 nt e:lCli plate, on Hie h(1(1 ,)V concerned in the first trouble ' 475 pounds nt $Ki. be w ,,,. t))p .J4(l of ,nst T. A. Rice 1.500 lbs at 4c'.. unfair to attempt to' take snap ac100 pounds lit iO.75. page bore the w)d.s: which started in Riddle's place and lront ,,llm. a Tho Musoll!c rraternity nev- Same 1.7,000 lbs at 12c. " tio n ahead of probable action by the 'riiomns Chf-tiAveinge ,rl(i.:i.i a hundred. ol Mnrksburv caiiHod the killing. Lincoln Lodge, No. 60, F. & A. M. Ur indulges in the advertisement of Rice and .MeGiiffey 500 lbs ttt4.' e looking to the was here Tuesday. Hy John Speaks, of Oarnird: t its plan- - or its doings, but when it General the Same 4.500 lbs at 12c. Comf'limentury llanquet lo j direct primury law. MUs Susan Mliiin u.i giu- -t of the of US5 pounds i.t 1.U5. CRAB ORCHARD ODD ' dues things, nothing i, ever done by Walter Hintt .1,000 lbs at 10c. I Grand Master Dave Jackson. lliF.1 uerk. Missel N'l'Hton USU jioun'ds 15. nt FELLOWS TAKE ACTION Mrs. 31. It. White 1.000 lbs at fc ' 1012. Ii lives. Jnn.,1, STATE BANK BUYS ;ilO iHiunds nt CIlireniT Dunn enteitained a num :,'"nl"r,I K.v lb.75. Among the Masons nnd their V Same 10,000 lbs at lie. J ODD FELLOWS BUILDING. bristol j her oj' his seliool ''7"i pound-- , nt $10.75. "s i"'". a Iiaud-om- e luelad- - W dm--- Soft Drink Stands There a Declares who weie pr-c- nt L. O. Hubble 7,000 lbs at 11 c. were: Mr. w; folder, on the second page of which til.iy nflenioou. l'J." pounds nt t18. and Mrs. Dave Jackson, Mr. and J. S. McKittrick 2,000 lbs at Nahance as Result of Wallin Mr. nnd Mrs. bullion Klkiu. of without comment, apjaied the en- - Mrs. J. J. Dickey, Dr. M. M. Phill- Big Deal In Real Estate Closed First H)iimis at ar 10, Same 8,000 lbs at 10c. Hosklns Killing. of New Year All Local Banks l,nnra.ster were here la- -l Tuesday, graved list ness of the guest of till hound- - at $'.'5. ip-, Lule Kins- 1.500 llw nt fie. Mr. and .Mrs. W. K. Shngiir- -, Make Nice Showing. IKSSImiibona MeKee.luiie was here for a !! pound- - tit $17.75. '" t Iiirtl page wnsjsjiicnd the Mr. mid Mrs. A. It. Florence,, Mr. "" ,. ... . i. -ft "ft Same 2.000-lb- s " at 11 f- --' JUL., vff"ac5a5Ksaaiep3rsreo .. rVfninliiv rflillainiir" Swope & Wilder 8.000 lbs at ,12c. msf Mr. and jindiMrs.$H.jItDavj-on- , HBtauwi - .,7nTlsnTf 1825! ... .. ...... ....i..ii..i.w! A Urge tittendauce wns Vnentnit4 v.u... ::... i... . "iiinwi MENU' mnL-- ; uuut,iuucUhUI. .Mrs. J.S. PeTliKTrB. 'Ktifjj.' Will -WT. Moore 5,500 Jbs nt OcrVfr the last regular meeting of nib first of the new year wherely?the mimU ul i2() f from the effect of a severe cold. DYSTKlt SOUI'. W.'O. 3Io6re 3,000 lbs-a- t 6c, iionin'r anil jii- - -.viarL.iirei lioooer. Mate imiiK x Odd Fellows. The late kill Ondinrd The Mi-s525 pounds ai $1550. llonebins lrust Company pur- - ' W. 31. Penriingtoii 5.000 nt of Kliir These bivalve- -, frt sl( from the Ininy I). M. Walker. ii- . .7 Field- -, and II. and Wallin was inn of Hopkins "ha-from the Stanford Lodge ol ;I00 pounds nt $15.50. gue-- tthe princs weiv of deep. Mi-- .. Smith & Sfewart o,00a at 8 c. Ileurv Field- -. J. 15. Jones ami Odd rcllovvs, the handsome white l.rouulit up nnd it was the unanimous ... Mr, and .Ml- -. .1. . ,, 215 pounds H $11.25. -t Powell Where ll'e fublid im rimrd- - uriw. ., .T. A. Green '2,500 lbs nt 9c. -wile. Dr. .uh .Vir- -. I.. J. Drown, Mr. , r Mite ot the lodge that llie oft drink ..... . ........... ... ...V "W.... ... i ' week. 175 pound- - .it $i;i.l5. l Were rmbdv n,i lii'il fioui t 'u ii- and Mr--. Slieltou 31. Saullev. 3Ir, Mnrshbnnk & .McKinney 20,000. stands nnd pool iom should be deiiikI Depot streets, in one of the 220 piun.l- - at $15.75. Mi..- - Kthel and Xell Klli- -. of oi'ean beds, lbs nt 8 and Air- -. 31. It. Saliu, S: L, comand a clared ii public rooms of which the bank has its ofI'nr-uet'Moit'lnnd were with Mi ?1S u liuudied. F.lln Averae. Andjhif eonr- - t' ev'iv i:i a stew. Field- -, Mr. and 3farshhanks & Highland 6,000 lbs and .Mi h. , v Wiilinm ninl Tlmnn- - Itiomliln- of Kev. I.. H. (! mute cousi-tifice the other storeroom being ocInst week. CKAXIT.UUY SAl"(K Mi, T. W. Peiiiiiiigton, 'irKKUY. J. 3Ioit cupied by Cummins & Wearen. Tho nt 5c. W. Nnpiei nail (!. IS l.yne, nnd T. There will be a union meeting at of Garrard. hotliwell, Alfred Peine and Mr- -. W. price paid was to yo. A. II. .Stimuli was nipie-te- d ll Ul. t'hri-tia- n not innde public, is .litlJ' 210 pound- - at t25.50.' the ehureli ED WILKINSON J ,'07!,,r' i,r- - '"1 i,r- - Ju'" G- the fir- -t leuular uieetiii ol undei-too- d before ill! ATf.V. lllKf PI '. I'DTATO CHIPS to be clo-- e lo $12,000. 270 p mints nt .$20,511. Sunday evening, which will be j Frank North and wife, J. X. 31cue-fel. the town tru-tito make thi- The icntals obtained from llie - at $2.1.50. 200 poundby Kev. J. J. Dickey. coffi:k. "Tipped" For Election To Fill VaJr., and 31 rs. J, X. .Meaefee. Sr., Mic- - Annie Dunn is the ume- -l ol :I10 pound" nl A hiiimle-- s diiuk for llie duir old Jlr. and Mr- -. J. 11. Williams, George storeioom. and upstairs offices nnd. cancy in City Council. ilr. Wnllin It ft a widow with four moms makes the building a sp'en-di- d Mr- -. .'115 pound- - at $21.50. Daniel Trajlor, maid- -, D. Hopper, Jr., and ladv, K. V. Car-so- u -. one it Ii sihildreu while ut to the hank, it is unKing, 2?0 pounds at $20.50. of l.ibertv, was the . Joe Which they delight to sup. and wife, 3Ir. and Mr--. K. C. Stanford's new couucilmen were .nine children. 1 10 pound- - nt $21. gue- -t of .Mr. and .Mr--. I.ucien Voung T.vill vou awake when the t'iirinnn, A. A. Higgin- - and 3Ii-- s derstood, and puts it in the position shown kcci into office Monday 'Mayor A. 'lite following officers were elect earning n nice inte of interest on l.i- -t of 210 pounds at $10.50. week. speeche- - eome, Kate Alcorn, T. II. Singleton, K.'J. its own home. The ed for the ensuing term: Walter .lor-liu- i. State & Trust B. Florence, nil except C.' C-- Gooch, 285 istiimls (it $10.75. Kiwood Weal her fold It'll Sunday So quair you deep the cup, Tanner. Jo--- . I'allou, F. 31. Ware, J. Co., has been glowing rapidly within who has moved to AVaVnesburg. The M. G. Levy Sawder, V. G.t M. 1 15 pounds at 14.50. for Philadelphia. OL1VKS 31. i "r- e-, P. W. Whipp. U. H. M. Perkins, Secret a ty, J. II. Conim. the past few months, nnd under the vacancy iu the council will be fdled 100 oumls at $15. Mr. Dae Skinner who b.is for the ,;,lf, S. J. Hell. Je- -e X. planning, administration of .Mr. M. II. Salin, by the couucilmen nt their first meetici: CKKAM llo-- t. "I'lTasuier, nnd W. I), ltam-ela- -l 520 pound- - at $18. few jciir- - been located at (Jeoige .Menel'ee and 31i Xannie vfho accepted the cashiership n Tew ing tonight. There is a sirong lip-ou- t Ciod- ''lhcli lie will talk-go- od j Mniieeii, ''i0 pound- - nt $10.50. u eaine home for the K. R. Coleman Woods Kugleirnu, how he will talk.' that popular Ed. Wilkinson, who LINCOLN'S NEW. mouths ngo, has been making rapid 18. Doiimls at holi.liivs. 30 and 3Ii- -s Sue Taj lor Kngleinan, 3lr. Average 20 u hundred. wI'xfoiu the gue-- t- were sealed mi and .Mrs. Cicero Reynolds, George P. strides. This bank finnneed the sale lias had much experience as a city Cre.d 'layloi, of llaiiixl-lniMASTER COMMISSIONER ol the big Traylor distillery and oth- father, will be named for tho vainvocation was pronounced by Hev. liright nnd .Mrs. Su-n- n Here Sunday. Sales on Tlr.'rsday. Yeager, .Mr. u- - Jl Walker. er properties recently, and its de- cancy. Daring the courses, Dem's Spravei, of Hllisbtuv, Thursday vvu- - another ted letter nnd Mr- -, (leorge I). Hopper, Harvey posits have been growing at a heal' , TsVBBE9B1hi3I9HH l.i,l for the tobacco men, who took was here for a short Xmas Fridaj. a most cyoyuble uiusieal piogrnm X1 Helm and 3Iis- - Mnrj Itruce, Jones Statement of Condition of thy rate. Mrs. Diiiiel TravTor was with M- i- was rendered, and, after the plates Andei-o- n, Iheir crop- - to thesJVoplc'- - Ware 3Ies-r- s Hubett Cnrpenler, Stanford's two other bunking iilsti BUFFALO SPRINGS CEMETERY had been removed, .Mr. J. '. Saun- - Tlion'p-o- n house in Danville. Irvh price, ngiiiu ' W. I). Dunn, Thur-d.i- y. iird Spoonamore, J. II. tutions show a healthy condition lit COMPANY. ders, as Toast Ma-- ti r. ninde a briif R ffe mid 3li Chnilie N'.irlb who - in bii-irillmg on all grade- -. Old tobacco Rose MrCnrinnvk. 4 V the close of business, and paid their in which he men snv that llie price- - niw being in Florida came huine bi- -t Siitui.l.iv but Lapp., addle, (liri-tn'dividends. The old reliable galheiiag n- - a -. I idiaractcriseil the (btniiied n the Peop'iv- - W'nrchotisf for the IndidaySTANFORD,- KV. HER HAIR GREW vB)B9wi lire the hitrlie- -l ever known on a Mr. W. W. ftibhtll, ot Louisvill., family leiiniou of the great First Xat'onnl Rank paid all its Jam 1, 1012. nnd tnies and its 3 per cent Cemetery ground and SextonN nnd vave a resume if with hi- - mother .Mr--, Danville niarkel aial break all lire- - ' spent Chri-tiiuWhy a Tiiankful Woman Re. That's d dividerd and cniricd $1000 to prev- 'SBRsBIBIH vious record- -. Some ot the best Francis Wcatherford. the ami'jiiity, the woild-vvid- e residence on which no commends, Parsian Sage. Mi-- t. piofit account. Thur-d'i- v Dilla Combest of Libert v vv- a- nlenee nnd the achievement- - nf sales on value is named were: $ ' The Lincoln County National IJank Rank stocks nnd notes mar (1. L. Penny w.11 'sell you a 30e Miihoiuv; after vvliiih be prcsentid g.ic- -t of .Mrs, Slunley Sliplieu-o- ii Ily SHak- Shear- - of Ciairanl: J of PARLSAV S0K and Kaur- - made a splendid showing for the the i: u est of honor, who, a- - the icp, 180 p.n-jdat $22. ket value nisi wcck. 2,220,00 Mi- -s antic it to bani-- h dandruff, stop term just ended, declaring a divi- - Dw oiling and lot occupied 155 poeuil- - at $211. llatl'e I. pp- up J rum rcseutative of liS.lll.O atldiated Ma ' 'v I'H 'aJI'JMbBBBBBH .Tennr-se- e 1155 pound .Monday lo be with her sons in KentiuKv, leiivereii nu ai' fnllins hair and ilchiiiu -- culn. or l'jml of live per cent, amounting to by S. It. Rurdetto nt $22 50. .1,000. 09 A IVyjuKYjWBBBBBBBJ -f which he f ilingy re'al(d money back. IiV a delightful hnir $5.0U0, paying lines and putting cash in hand .Mrs. W. D. Wine, far a few die 185 pound- - at $22. 471 88 v ' ISOO lo its undividtd profit account u which the dressiut; that n.akes hair in individual weeks. vsjrV.Af iBjBIBBBBBBBBBj 200 pounds nt $2:1.50. "I a 4n j- The banks of Lnenln county all Mr. mid Mr- -. Frank North. 3lr. eiafl had enabled .enui!e s orphan- - and fascinating. 275 pounds at t'l'l. , TOTAL i ., -. $3,091 83 .' well in their Inst Statements of " was wavering show-u"In the spring and 3lrc K. V. Carson, 3Ir. and lo ultain place- - ol- 200 pounds at $'(). UFFIUKKS.-- J. V. AlcClaty, D vJv3riiSB)BlSHBBlB)Bfl . 'IPO pounds at $20. : M. Urigh'., Joe Willuini- -, .Mr. J. II. Hiffe honor and distineli.jii. He told ol from n severe cli-- u of erysipelas, ul the close of the year. Their de- - J. R. Puxton, Scc'y. ;3lrs. ' nggregnte a total of $710,- mid .Miss Ro-- e .MeCormaek attend- - the 1100 bright lac.d l.ilherless ebi- - whieh bit me viitunlh bald on the im.-i- ts TO pound- - at 110 2;. irens. J. . rurjun, bcxtoiu n S? .. ieil the Masonic Punipict nt Stan- - dreu who me now heum traiuxl nni frout of my head and next to niv 105.17. TRl'STF.FS.--.- l. -- . W. Alcorn. S IT. 0 pounds at $12.50. . ... . t ........j. c j,,.. D. Pennington Hon. E. .lejio-i- is as -- uowi oy ineir , hnm w j(- - j,r; ,,, Jf logelher with 20 uclp eats. The lui.r kepi (omiiig out llie provided for. 210 pounds ut $11. 'fold .Mondav evening. I I " I I "Who w.1i lake office when Judge l,- - widow- - in the Home at I.oii- i- rapnlly uini iioiiimg I used stopped msi siatemenis tre its I'.. MhIH.S! ioiiows: Geoige Dunnof Le.Niiigtoii, iClarv, P. 31. 31cRoberts, V. H pounds nt $11.50. ; heiu to hold .'. A. Hardin comes ipUf.MJM 10 ' ville. Pujvlon. s Mike a so of the ju rtli.v my getting entiuly bald, until I us- - Lincoln Mitionnl lie 15 pounds ut $12. the homefolks this week. shanks, M. R. ciiuit in lMiruer.v. There is It..v. UVntlieirMi.l mi.) Tntn M,ii.-- u iiembers ..f the order, who in o'd ed two bottles nf PAH S1AX Susr , First Xntiounl . . , . . . .Ir'il.010 47 Average $ 8.25. 03.213 01 no more papular young man Ilv Peiivyliouse & Son, of Lincoln u..r lieu. In. re t'.nm M.invi'U Sinn. i.ee. Iivioriimr bereft of. niinpurt. this tonic ninde niv hair sturt to Nntio"nl ot NOTICE! tni-- t v., 75.409 0 in llin coiiut.V than Kph I'eiinington. me a good miii iiuni: J.W. m i' h-- tanderly eaicd for ut the gjnw in and, m t.iet, gr-80 pntinll- - nt $27. aynesburg Rank 5'82 35 I The holders of nil outstnrdi't" tt Judge Lincoln Well- - of t'asoj; wn- - imigiiMl. cut home hi Shelby county, fair amount ot hair, mid it lias en- 200 pounds at $25.50. MASONS ELECT 11.251,12 nib Orchard Hank ,.,, 1120 pounds at $25 Iiern Wednesdav. !.. ... ille r- leired to thclofiy ideals and tircly stopp.d my hair falling mil; Grad d Y Stnuford nn ,to , n u.lllll- - ullllini . ,,,,. ,,..,. e, ,rn..; is wuu ,,.. as ure im, . . e a ifo,.,. ... u. io..,...e .. qualms l nai ,ne Lodge No. 00, of .Mason-elccl; pounds ut $20. Lincoln .120 34.04,i 81 i.f .Masonry ineulcnte uiul public reco jincd lo PARISIAN McKinney Hank PROCLAMATION year MI5 pounds ut $10.50. ifliisrs for the : , i..ini; oi iuoreanui Iu urueil ttui hAUK..w im i 1 Know is a woiuier. . ... , .... ,..i.. . .u,iiu ri.r,. I,.. .... .110 pounds ut $lf..'i0. ...! ,,i,,i,. i. ,t,..,.,..r nc. r.i. r to iivviiken. l.s follows, Inst week: . Ut St. Red- and Mrs. h la Gillchn-t- , or hydrophobia. 1. A. II. Florence, U..U lo p'tsonully appropnale 205 pound- - at $18. Mnster, V. W. Punnlaglon; Senior thereon will cease after Fehnmrv 12, i IU1AI. Muyor of tho city of Stanford, U'y., h- iboir l;'.es. to evidence the bene- - tord Pa. Warden, S. L. Stephenson; Junior Hy Hricht & Rell, of Royle: ut.lforii cirntle.t School Dis. tit- - to be uerived I unit the onler, 405 pounds ut $21.50. do herol.v proeliiim tlmt nil docs Warden, Shcltoii M. Saufley; Senior Xo. 1 bv W. II. O'Ranunin Prcs, Cole. Governor McCreury this week np- - trict The presidmt has nppoinled 505 pounds at $22.50. niutiinu ul lnrvc on the stieets of v'iiih iu its power for good, for the Deacon, J. K, Saunders; Junior Den- ,J. W. Ireland. See'y, 300 imun.ls at J? 10. snid city shall be securely uuurled buienj wt of tho humiiii funiily mid innu C. Wallace postmaster of Rich pointed lorincr nunc oennior ucyrj;e con. K, C. (larman; Seoietnry, II. C. ... . ... ,. H tk ujdilt of all men, ho char mond. The . nomination of Wallace T. Farris, of Lai(ciist,er, Capitul Po- until further notice. 315 pounds nt $18.25. The penult v Ciirpcntcr; Trcu.rer, Sam . . Ii uio.T .. . .... rt i in,. rti lrm ..ir a,mlfr inn- - uir(1 Wl, ."IlllMrilVl., h .i , 1p(, ut 270 pounds ut $18. .'! s seeon.l omy to urn in menmouu is anoiocr .u.ui.i .... .ot.niu.. .milimuiee for r.ii'ure (leoige P. lliighl. .. K..iiiilnr nmillev. this iiiuo over mid is a nice nositiou with little wot k on pin,,, ip VOU ll.lVe MOVyi tl v . r i ..:.i. .1.: iiioi'iamaiinii. is .i,. ,1, ,. il.r. i:, .;.,,. - ,,.! 85 pounds ut $25. j? ; u. n hi iiiiiiiiij niiii ins Oiler lodges who have, elected 'i ?. ... .. r. 1. ..A will congratulate ,(,!, yitit jt wjh, us. Hulii- - - M. it , ' ....:.l. ......... . 175 pounds nt $20.50, . ino t I .1.. Ulliuu .unsier, il . (.MiuiHinrinuM. j. R. Rurnnm, who His many friends $2U Ull CIlUll Ollails. ure reinifHled lo send the Senator Karris on landing the job, .Ciiitj. Stanford. aplejidtil' nwrnnses , A.-l- l. to btieked. Miller. Duvisou. FLORKXl'K. Mavor. 405 pounds at $11.50. ' . ... names cf same iu for publication To Await Action ef the Next Grand Hlfh Water Mark For Tobacco Reached at Danville This Week Jtry on Cam Judge Bailey at Cot. Ike Dunn's House Dismisses Young Man HUST0NVILLE. This District Until Legislature Has Had Opportunity To Pass Direct Primary Law. Kincald Still Busy Buvlr AihI Friends to Walt For Hhn 93om Recent Sales. . J6 t' .fl . V J J 7&W &'' t ; dis-jbnr- s ff I ...h 2v'i TT. k, Mar-nett- e, r v. ., 4,ft' 'j'., - . jfe at." & ' f.t J'' pus-s.m- 1 la-di- e- .. 4. pa. turau ...: '- .". - -- MrItrWillia&Tf es '''i"""t' b. . ,- .,..,. ... .. e- - mu-aii- ee c. '$i le 11 lle il cs eotii-ptaia- e, llo-kia- iiivf-tme- -- 3Ict-CAK- y, j n. , j ue a- 3tii-nir- V ?issssaB is hou-ehol- d. undi-vidi- s l .,... Jui-lro- J m, I 1 p I Ml pni-liab- ly 1 e r .,., J - , 1 1 . ed eii-ui- 'r .... 1 - , ...,,,, i ',. Robiu-8onj'T1e- r, -! i ....... .. f-- r i "o -- .,,..i.mr,n.,.u... ,.. 1 1 A '.r , v,1jX,f "ss 'V i: f wa.-wvs;- .. nZ ,.6.'i v - n-- 7 IV f. if Jft''ft'' THE STANFOHO INTEHIOR JOURNAL STANFORD. KENTUCKY TnE Inferior Journal Ittafcllental 1172 r$l(2i 'i HCLTON M. AUFLEY,...Publlhr JANUARY , . ( tl A YEAR TRI6TUV IN AOVANCI ktntd at the rwtofflce at Htan. matt. art m ?h aeon chuf POLITICAL ANNOUNCEMENTS. Clearance SALE BEGAN TUESDAY, -- JANUARY Sale-T- he Climax Far Catmtv Judge. T. A. RfCt announces his candidacy for County Jndgc of Lincoln eeunty, subject to the" action of the eVsaecratio party. M. F. Ntrtk announces his cundi-Aw- y for Couaty Judge of Lincoln eatmty, subject to the action of the Democratic party. Far Jaltcr. sv Of Our Fall and Winter Selling. Everything In Our Store At Reduced p-Prices For Seven Days Only. , p-2- Paytan Ptrriah announces his candidacy for Jailer of Lincoln county, subject to tho action of the Democratic party.. - M Gaariia Ddardfl announces his candidacy for Jailer of Lincoln coan ty subject to the action of the demof cratic tartv. Diltk Farmar is a, candidate for Jailer of Lincoln cqunty subject to the action of the Democratic party. t tion. We mention also a few of the many line : This is a Clearance Sale and includes everything in the house except a few restricted price articles. You select just the merchant dise that you would buy anywhere, and get it at a decided reduc-o- f goods just to give you an idea of the scope of our sale' .x- - rTERMS OF SALE lf 0 SPOT CASH NOTHING LAID ASIDE. E. s ie ur-gin-t 1-- TAILORED SUITS HALF PRICE. We will havo over 100 entirely new suits and you can buy any of t v .W. trf & 1V rW. r ' tirVW M&'iJ - :$:.- - original price. nt exactly one-ha. It is hnrdly probably that GoverSPECIAL SUITS $7-5nor McGreary-- t wiM issue a stronger or more striking stalo popor.ltirbig ; r Ye will offer chpice of n lino of suits from Inst sensor mils Tiio maelc by best tailors of finest mate rials and1" linings', for $7.30. his .four ydarsVHpra, than his mesoriiriDab prices rof theso were .$30, $ 35 and' JjHT.uO. Iho materials ate sage toMbe legislature wuich wits :.. .' Chcvoits, Ilroadclolhs and Novelties. Only a few of (bene. Come earl v pent in to tho Houses after they had . if interested. t organized Tuesday. He 'SHILDRENS' SUITS. position on every plank in tho democratic platform, and if the genWo havo a few excollcut tailored suits for (children from 13 to l.T units for $13.50 pnecs. eral assembly will follow'his recomyear, which we offer at exactly one-hal- f mendations Borne real progressive $6.75, $12.50 suits for $G.25. and beneficial legislation will bo enLADIES' DRESSES HALF PRICE. acted at this session. Gov. dres hte left. The material are velvet, There nbont 75 is more than making good the serges, silks, chiffons and messalines and prices ranged from $10 to highest expectations of his sincerest $40, and any of them now for half price. admirers. Strength to his arm. LADIES' CLOAKS HALF PRICE. There are still a great many denrable cloaks left in our stork, The state was in debt just $200,-607.any of of these are very recent arrivals an were bought cheap, hut for when the republicans turned $.10 this sale wo will offer you choice o f any of them at half-pricthe offices at Frankofrt over to the Cloaks for $15. $15 cloaks for $7.50 and so on through the stock. democrats the. first of January CHILDREN'S' CLOAKS HALF PRICE. .Quite a contrast to tho million dolThis offering roakos these cloaks cheap enough to boy for axt lars which were in the treasury when Winter. $0 cloaks for $3, $7.50 cloaks for $3.75. Gov. Beckham handed the state govWAISTS, ETC. ernment over to Gov. Willson and W.25 tTu a its offered at hilf-prirAll fancy chiffon shirt Btsvasqociaies four years ago. Tho quality Mcssaline silk petticoats were ?3.50. Sl."5 Taffeta A'k pti-eoat- a 'Moral is obvious. "' - ttroftts wer- - 0 ?t were $2.50. $3.30 finest 'rim-- v' serge co&ts were $6. childrens whito Col. W. B. llaldemen of the Louisville Times, was appointed adjutant General by Gov. McCreary. No better selection could have been made, and we predict that tho military km department of tho stato will be plac- j.a 11 ed 01 n higher plane than it has Leen for years. these during this -, tnkes-n-for-war- d ry one-pie57 e. e. SEPARATE SKIRTS HALF-PRICWASH GOODS. one Imidred vci.v de amble stjle-- of new skirts in , 0 cents choice of A. K. C and Hates bent dress ginghams were 18 exactly, prices. Materials arc 2 cents. 12 cent ehone of f nest Ziphyr pnphnms 32 in. wide were- target, pannmas, corduroys and mixtures 8 l":l t,p,lt ' l0 ,(," Chevoit ilnrtings. I) rent Onlntcn cloth-IjVI'nKUUCVM) .( TPN'TS ON THK DOLLAh ALL'18'ALL EMHKOIDEKIKS rtWhcol from 12 2 centM. 9 cent choice iiulity yard wM' W HVr.RV KlXf KKniTT',) "ft l'i:it CTNT i''rcalcs ere 12 2 conlf.. II ient''beht ipialuy of Serpentine (!reie TADLE LINENS 'crL' 20 CI'I,,M' .r fa"cv' in this pcetio'n in this-sale offer the finest line of (able lin- . 12 bent fiml.ty cotton Clinllies were 18 een,ts. 19 cea i:o.t po'ssWc .vi!u.s u..nerman. Inli and Svoti-- Unons from 50e ro W I ' nrd Puniig thi-- . su'e wo will allow a dhronnt of 20 cents on tin' dol- - heft qnnlity of 25 cent imut.'Mlk rep,' 0 cent ohmee "f any silkaleen reduced from 12 cents. 9 cenU fchoieo of all the Wont of outing '"vr 'l,)l11 0I,r alrwid loiv prin-s- . It will pny jou to buy now. W'c offer about hln.?I: ni d crlms at KS . ' 1- -2 Napkins of nl) grades count at '.'.0 rents - the 1 l TOVCLS AN D CRASH .n We Tarry an range of Ifuckahnrk and Damask nnd bath towels fiom 10 cents to $2 each in towels troni 10 rents to 85 cents. Itest possible valneH and from .ill theso you get a dmutint of 10 pr eut during this snlf. WK WILL OFFKB THK riJLKHRATF.D DURING STARK CRASH THIS. FALE AT 5 CENTS YARD. LINEN. SHEETINGS 90 inch pnre linen heeting S5c 00 inch Unioa IJnen sheeting G" BED HLANKETS. All kinJh cf blarkets a.id weel comfort will bo marked down for this n!e. 11-- 4 'ol bl.vkets w, . ft nw ?2 pnir. sire :ney . -r. iav-"if- NAPKINS ETC'. nd Table S t will be offered nt n like dis lotlm. 1IEST AMOSKHAO A I'RON GINGHAMS G CKNTS ' SILKS. Ton can buy any pieoo of hilk in our ntock, no aiatier what it i 20 cent on thu dollnr. Yos select tk mtk a4 (et the duetion. a discount of n at We will have m sale aheot ttie hundred pieces an! renmant f dress silks In Faulards Satins, Taffetas etc, at exactly awe-hrouter prices. The best silk f ferine ever made in Danville. alf WHITE 00PDS. We will offer ou- lino otiet. hlui whitd nvJi .. of long cloth, Nainiiook, Cambrics, L'atLste, India Linens, Kluon Tancies at very decided reductions for i'.' sale J 1 e.i,. m..I :ui uie lyiormng it pussiuic. Everything about this Clearance Sale will be found exactly as represented in this advertisement. Price card will be up showing the reductions on each line of goods,, so that you ca.i tell the prices as well as our clerks. Come in The Hnrodsburg Republican has changed its name to tho llarrods-bur- g Leader. It was formerly the Harrodsburg Democrat. Now if its editor will change its politices back to good old democracy, which he left a low years back, wo all may be . lmppy yet, you bet. MARKSBURY JTsLm BRO., B ROBERTSON Betnville, Kentucky , Jliss Annlt L. Cecil of Danville, .3 j who camo to spend tho holidays with' relatives will return nest week. Kobcrt Speaks carried 3,500 pounds tobacco to Lexington receiv- ocr ing an avorugo of lOViccnta for the .entire lot. J. il. Sanders sold pcveral loads of clover hay to somo parties at $14.00 per ton. Jtev. Miihun and wife left Mon- t' for Louisville whero they will spend hovoral days. Rev. Afahnn will eomo home in time to fill his appointment next Sunday. Will Mercer went to Lexington last week to mako n boveral days stay with relutiies at that place. Mr. Tom Chestnut who is a travel ing fulcsnian for tho Kenton Bak-in- jj 4'ovvder Company was nt home for tho holidays. Mr. Chestnut is considered by tho Company one of tho best salesman on the road und hirf territory for tho eusjiing year v.'ill be Tiuueaseo and Mississippi. Mrs. Kelley uho has been visiting lelnlhes at Junction City has returned. Mr. Virgil Chestnut nnd ulster, Miss Mury, who went to Lexington last week to spend Xmns with Mrs. John. Woods came homo yesterday. Mr. und Mrs. D. K. Swopo receiv ed word a fevr days sinco of the ill nes of their gri.ndddaughter, Miss ho is iquite sick at Ruth Dye, the homo of- - her parents at Middle-bur- j. Lee Roberts was carried homo on Monday night suffering intense Jy with u broken jawbone aa h result of u pistol shot from the hand of brother Grimes. The difficutly L.f When Grimes caino back to the front of tho store Roberts began shooting nf Grimes. Grimes knock--Mill dunii Inking Robert's Jiistol from him, shooting him in the face, with tho above results. Miss Bertie Bourne, tho attrac tive daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ed- mond Bourne, was recently married to Mr. Rich a prosperous farmer of i:ppcr Garrard, Rev Bush of Lanens A ter performing tho ceremony. splendid wedding dinner was given then one day last week ,'nt ,tho homo of the bride's parents. are offered to the happy couple. Miss Georgia Dunn, president of the prison Endeavor work has just returned from Frankfort where she U (has been to carry good hctr nnd Xmas presents to the cmxiiiN. each of the principal soci lie. of ' the state being represented. She v;if. uKmtii vy .msi mugiiii oi J .inn Lick in delivering fclio piesnN. Miss Dunn is thorougblj in love with the work nnd has given up ev- ery phas'o of church v.ork in order i that she may pve her full fine to 'prison work. Tho Endeavor nhich jsho organized there about two years ngo is strong with over 00 members Thii includes the membfr-- i of th; col oied society. Mr. and Mr. Oakley Burke have , been recent guests at the home of hur brother Mr. J. M. Sander. I It is reported that M. G. AidriJo 'and family who went to 'fcxi i some j ". 1C. Herald will begin n Uv time ago to rcMi.i me Viry naii h leased vttb th. enuntry. proiraeted incfting next Tuebday Turner a ro. pee table night tho 10th, nt l'airview church citizen of i ulor died lit hw homo at top of Hitll'b Gap. I'ist vtuck ot tubuculosiri ard heart i'li-ye- Mi a ' iaSSaaVawill (The Ideal Reading Lamp woauw i last Mer r YMcapay$5,$10,e$20f()rotlitfUaH,butreuckBMtet Raya jm. light khu lk lew-oriced u Opticians agTee that the Ught from a good oil eyes inan any oincr iroaw ugnu The Rayo Laaap is the best oil lamp made. It sivw a ttfeae yet soft, white light; and it ever Skier. Jtft- kba eyeigki ot Otmymt; Mpa ami qmduet tliat at lb akL d. Up was over Robert catting GAhnes,-hors- e looso from .the hitching post whiht he uas making some purchases in Kennedy's store at Dryantsville. f toy bfn. wcU-pUteEJy Ea4lcd. witJieut C rhknaey. Easy to deaa aad revnek, i4 r wriM hr daenptna ifcwhr Sn t ur i Bmim Mad da nam-S- H ' ii)iU Standard Oil Company tb tin if trouble and was luniid at Lnnenb-te- r. Rev. I). M. Walker, pastor of the Deceased as about 40 years Christian church iu Stanford will of npe and leaves a wife. Mrs. John Simpson is somewhat preach at tbu Crab Orulianl C'hri.-tin- n church Sunday night. His mib-jeimproved after u long spell of will b "Ihu Coming Whisky n little girl Election." A few daj-smee came to the homo of Mr. Itl'tl JlW, Joo A!diid. Tlio joung na-- n lia.i $ TCHPERAMCE COLUMN been chriatened blizrilx th May. I'liii spai'ti is engaged by Morgnrct O'llo.irn j;avi; an ?.i Mis 'Xma tree for the benefit of her ;': the Temperance Committee of pupils, Mr. Tom Muwro acting sin IK" Lincoln County. feature of th I'nntn Clans. Th r.iteruoon wan the program pnrr.ed A Catholic piiebt editor of the cul by the iliildren each part being veil acted reflecting the work of the Watchman, n Catholic paper published 1.1 St. LouN, having roctived a teacher. Mr. Xonh Itjrsee who attendid aopj cf the Liquor Dcalcin Benevo-lut- it Ahftttt'iiliun uf Missoun has the th" s.ile '! Henry Amod which occurred nt Ify.ittmd'o on Intt rhurs-- i' l'ullitving li ay to those iiimor men: intiitt bo candid with those ly reports the following .a'e-.- : AmI candor compds us Yearling alves brought $ir u gei.ilnmuu. Ci a1, 2 pairh 3 ytar-ol- d 'JC. to tell thorn that they are tho most mu'oi rpFjifotively, milk eo'8 120 to do.-- 1 urn d class of men in this htate it" J 'I 'ts brood and in uvorv xtnto in tho union. hoits il.50 per h. 1 p.ur wo-- k v , 'rIO ti iimroi Thoir nusinoM w disrciiutablo und thoioughly disreputable 1."0, I tliy mo 2 ' nmw fiou $101) ( 1 My $0'j, 1 pntty $0. lluro wus u theitiholves, For a half century tho l.ir. r attendonet on the sain and Mr. poplo havo bocii devising means of th mrri hundifo nettmg rid of them. Tho saloon is i D 'd v il' go in a pitf.ill for the weak nnd a TV ... for crimiuul.s. Tho saloon men huvo fontoied crime and crimi-nlFOLEY KIDHEY PILU from the day the first saloon ,ive lAtisfartto i leeauno I'ltrny. th'iv rtlvj yii d the work. J. T. vt am iM)ind. It is regarded as disrep" I utable) to grt mlo u saloon. It serves Shehmt, Hrwnwa, iJa., .(ivh purpose and cannot used FoWy Khinwy l'ill with every bane ihovc gieat h.il'j furtion it nl found more ro servo uny god puqioso. If a man lief fro.ii tlMir u? than from any U hick he can get a stimulant in a if he merely wants a other 'iHiuVf oiediiMue, and I'vi tried pharmacy; liilmoHt iill kindw. I cim ohiorfully Htimnl.iiit he wan get in a saloon, but n enmnieinl Ukib to all otf. row for it the rink of drinking to excess and h'llncv "in! bladder trouble" Shu-- I Ro'ting drurk. Drinking for Htimu-tttio- n it in American practice and can nnd Tamer ct Oi'ri.XOC;f4wOO "u tho parent of all diui'kenne-s- . Tho saloon is an Aincricon abominntioii and thero nro u no m Cowtinontnl Eurdpo where ve uid find modoln for ours. "People will not vo'.o for a saloon keeper for any office. Tho daughter of n saloon kttper is not regarded as a proper partner for n respectable young man. If x father was (over in thu saloon buhinens his n trj to foruet it mid prevent, if .possible, peoplo from discovering it. H is unforttinnte, thi'ii, thu Ueiis-e- d clnf.s of Milcon men." Theso aro strong words and thoughtful coiibiderntiou on the part of every good in A. lerica. Thorn is no uso of denying the fact that the saloon is the most nndacious law breaker of tho age. It is tho arch destroyer of all that is dear to man. It is tho enemy of the home, tho Mntu (ho church tho souls of men nnd of God. Let every man in Lincoln county consider well what ho does when ho lends i clul-MnJ his influence or casts his vole to foster or perpetuato such an institution in our miiUt. The following is tnkon from Dm Clirbitian Kvangelut, a religious pa-ppublished in St. Louis; "One of the crying needs of our country is the enforcement of law. The lulk that law cannot be enr-rie- d out in tho face of public fcouti-meis idlo talk. Law is sentiment defined, declared, n id (mudrt official. Men who nro m pub lic oiuco Mioulil rignn! nothing as public sentiment. Whric men tn l enforce tho law they usually fmd the peoplo with them. Tho Inek ul tho enforcement of law is da- - to those who Jmvo been entrusted vuih the public offices. They aro to hlnmo if a community is lawless. It i beeattso th.v are weak, or coward ly or faithful, or lawless themsev p. It is time to place the rcbpoiibhii ty for lawlessness vvIito it rest lit rests in n very large measure upon those who hold public, office." ur nt a-i- w A WiwLhu'ci Wk'laJuiOI'U. u-- .- H The worried mother waken up to hear her hiiliy'. heavy breatli!n- -a litlia couh pcrhap tlio croup or wliooptnjl couth. Slio uoe not want to lend for tlio doctor when pcrhapa the trouble ele--i not amount to much. I'inally alio think ol tn,S?'0Bl ,,5,?k1l,e,, UtU:r 1ave 1,eri Tho Coninion Seine Medical Advi.er, by K. V. I icrce, M. 1). Slioi.i). ' ju.t the thin to And out what U tlio matter with tho tittle dear. ' Two million households In thli oountiy own one and It'i to in 1.000 pafica in uplcndid cloth binding. r. onty 3l P A food family dvler in any emergency. It li for ttthtr ttj. Thfa ! what many women writo Ur. Pierco in rcapect to lilt " I'nvorito I'rMcrlption, " a remedy which has of melaaeholy au.l numerable women cheerful and happy, by cutlui made tho paloiul womanly ducaiei which undcrraino a woman'a health and trcoith. . . .. "fvf1ftatM. la .hkOa - nw.11 " '"' il"" m- ioi you know mrtllclnn his dono for mo." writca Mi ipur vain Mo " MAWJAiiKr niti r.of K3 S. llcntalon Kireot. juj. " Uofuro ti storck camn to our Iiounj 1 was Haltlmorv tho a very alcU woman. I w roto you for aitvtco which wa klndtr given and wiiieii nindo inu a. dlfTcrent womiin In aahort time. After taklmc tlio first liottlo of 'Favorite Prescription ' I tiegan Improving so that 1 hardly know I was In such a condition. 1 uil my own housework washing and tronlnif. cooklnr, wwlnir. and tho woryt in nil nurite.1 three children who had whooping eoiiKh. I luirolv Unow of the advent tm mlnuti a n.,0r!!-w1.,- ".'v butter-bal- l. wn? IL,. Tll. ,)sb'r l ' 1 ivorlto, PrKivrlntlon U tin Uwt medicine for Hiij wiiuiaii mi i vf mm in inn cond tiou. rucoauaeud It Uiallmy frlo.-i.fataa.aoMaTANtnABB. .-. 1 e. c' i : TT'Ty :'' THE ITANFOHD INTEHtOH JOUB NAL STANFORD, KENTUCKY sme ?r tTPSF v. iV 6 ' New Year Greetings. ti ca TI 1st We thank you for your patronage the year just past. 2nd Our customers are our most valuable assets. 3rd We don't think any thnig too good for our customers. 4th That is why we endeavor to give you our best service and also improve it each day. 5th Make this resolution in your home: "Trade With Severance this year." holdcra In cash or to liftiia itock to thern for their propnrtlnate iart of same. Tlio undornlRnpil further sprees to leave Mr tock In tlio Ilurloy Tolmcco ("omrnny anil to vote briuc mi n to continue Hint company; lint nuthorlres (tin Hoard of director) of lln Hurley Tolmcco Hoclcly Id Invert Mini' In the Block of uncli other company ns they may In their discretion organize The umlori'-nn- il further ncree IhiUtlielloanlof IJIreclor of thPlhir. ley Totmrco Km may hindln nml mnt-nsksI.I Hurley Tohaceofompany or nny other company In which the liroceeiU of hid tobacco or Mock Is In XPHled, ns irovlilci hy lhl contract, nil In their JiiilRincnt Is hest Tl... muicitor has no nuthorlty to chstire In nny way the terms of thin e i 09 Sweeping Reductions On "1 a Winter Goods. one-four- th WILL sell you cloaks, suits, dresses, underwear . '' VV L--J and all heavy goods at to one-haoff the regular price. Come and see what $5, $7.50 and in a cloak, or suit Winter goods must $9.50 will-bulf y I 7T7 go. J to the petition nuking for nnld ion elee-- t ocrrutcil Ids million to file Miiil contract. J'. O 1 O. . .... a Solicitor. NOTICE OF ELECTION Willie". Tenant Tenant f toll's. Itcintlnr term Lincoln county court business Miss (hi a Sims spent Xmas iu 12th dav of December. 1IM1, ,.,,tv w, n, ,,,mljfh,l to xotc-- nt Cincinnati. there Thursday January II, 1912, Hun. James I llatlev luilge pre' no cliilioii for eouiitv officers, upon Miss Delia Singleton, of Saincr.ct miles j - duty. the projiosition wbeiher or jiot nt my place, one and a bnlf Verand Mrs. Kthel P.mwu of Dry Kiib.'e Mt. wotnpiors from Crab Diehard on the apirituoiis xiimiis or malt co'rucr next to Court House In Ke J. 0. Wenthefford nml otheHire visiting their inotber Mr. Itc'.sy nt 10 o'clock, sjiall be hold, bartered or loaned in non road, beginniii Siniiletoii. elecr-, pitition fur local option l.iueofn counly, and nsking that the the following property: j Stanford. Kentucky Miss Minnie Stroud is the sliest horse stock: No. I tion. nr.it in!. ii nf tin. lute . mill iiiohibi- -. t Sern head of ..l.l of Miss Mnrj Kooiilz. . .' nilil nnxer, six jtar t.iu, j;......I .... Iinrn. , .., .. of the above I L'K) be lienrinj; to dnnijasts, lion be ni.lied .Master Mannii Caldwell was iu styled eaime, I'. M. MeUobort's, nil this dav en me snid pelitioneis nml one mnro in foal to jack years old; Much future misery may be saved you, madSomerset Tuesday mi business. one filly coming two years old, u ey, uppesred before the court luoxcd tin Alton mt H enter an order am, if you open a bank account here. Ask Mr. Stanley Melnto-- b has a nice COMMISSIONER'S SALE! file u certwo mules, Huddle prospect; and moved the court to diiwting snid elerliou to be held tin position iu Cincinnati. We nve soryour husband, father, brother, or friend and "sed mure; safe for Indy or ( tain paper, u lneli ho then presented, in said tHlilioii. and it up- Lincoln Circuit Court ry to see Ii lm leave but, the flood come today. A dollar will start words and figures one Rood work horse, two ., mid which is in to Ibc court upon the proof children; M. C. Delk's iidmr. and etc Plainwishes of bis many friends here go said mo- - n.ilcb cows eight ewe., all good tiffs, vs Geo. a follows: court upon heard and etc, with him. oth-about 'I re J. 0. Wwitberford and elec-lio- r, ti.m that the xignalures to said peAloek; 28 shouts; Jersey 100 pounds one culves. petition for local option tition are true and genuine hienn- - '" good stock, PurMinnt to n iudqmcnt rendered NOTICE TO SHAREHOLDERS self binder in Stanford, Ky. tmes ,,f the persons xvlio.c nnines heifer full stoek. turning plows; in the nboxe stjled cause at the The rc;.'iiar metiiiK of the sbaro- L. Alien, '. .N'nw conies, J. A. and tb.it the eti- good repair; three .. aforc- - i .11 ! 11. -4l cimm.'-t s 1I..I. Novimber term, l!)ll of the aim ar , unuiers oi inu i.iiiu tt i Capital $50,000. Surplus $4,098.02. xoters in their re- - lwn corn drills; one cutting Tate I,. (J. (mmh-Ii- , W. IS. SiiikIcIoii, tioner are stud court the umlcrsignca coufmis- - j jjllslonv;Pt Ky.. lo elect directors Uiff- -. S. (!. two cultivators; one mowing It. Y. H.UIhi.1. 0. 0. precincts in said Lincoln row; Deposits $75,499.13. xv ill on for (ie ensuing xear will he held nt ., .... ... wni.t w.tituui. ninel.ine in good repair: n lot ot Unl I Upps. .Inmes Yoe'l, fiHHi! ! ir -- i i r..rti. .. I . ... i i i Monday, Jan. 8th 1912 'its banking office in Hustouville, II ""d other eltuens. les I (, Ilml tlio nvwlnr ,,lr(ti,m hold sinsle pious nnu uimmc snow. ...c iV. A Tnc-l- ny in W. L. McCarty, Prer. M. P. Salin, Cashier. K '& j i hi r",",,.v e- i- i "' curt day. about 1 den.- s..fnil.r 7th. !M1. is the1.1 last pn - horseo pourr won miuu miiiu tire Count x iu front ofatthe court o'clock Jnmiiiry, 1012 uliicli .w Jiinunry 0, n Markiinit.i UwU I the coin I to house s,,,,! sCt . . "oviil P. M. I xeniu.Ai in llml h. ,.,.,,,.,,,1 . . I ...I I Cflhh"'r- "skl" . airiiir i.iinni.'iir' , ii in u- ninii'ii hiiii iitiiri a....!. .ln..r io Stanford. Kv. offer for snle Wl'--'ik ' sontinu tins lienrieg 01 im "- , nun i. and that iiitnt nrri l.l n , ,m,jc outcry to the hUrliest and two horse, wagons nml ll'b, It'll 1111.' I" I'lls nil T'ui-d.i- x until iK precincts i m ...I eiHllltV. NOTICE TO STOCKHOLDERS bui;- ..iiii..,...ra ...... mi oi Harness ami niotv I.esl bidder on n credit of six months iu ordu ibat the above persoi ard .1 ... .i uiai uie ii.iim... .. t ...... The regular meeting of the stock- . M n"0 Oliriiuss UIIU.. -u. uunr , . hwlk d to the holding of snd ...1.1 ...li.... the following described real cstute . itrei. . .. ther opi.0,1 111 Ktllll I llllllh " " ' opportunity t,mtpil j L!nco, cou,lty, Ky., on'-'- ".' , I to and per cent ,' HouirboM and k.telien tumiturc i lection, may have mi He, II us o onrtte, as new (lp R restively cast' ,,. said bNof oak Mm J Jj to of Grc,n Am n tract of Hus quinine the list of letitioi.ils to e,elt ' ,nh!e ehniw rockers, , , i,onniicd per-on- s on. ."I" n the north by the November d"n'' Tiled berein. to the end that all ' at Is banking .l be m, on the said h tition, xvho ate lee li 11 wbicl,r ho " Hm.ll table., touch, child's be. ,arid f K,l0(.h presir.iiug ,i,ut liynl xolers. and whose names ,,ni' sIl'"r are improperly Cwhter. 'esl by the lands of Dr. Wes- then'on may be stricken therefrom, mdu'd by the court that an election. . .. - AHnA aa npd they state and are udvised and be and Is hereby ordered to be held fiiiniiHi hiiii MHir. iimurn uiiii wiiici itiov nmii.iinin. ti j - 111:11a.' uitiiv vi i NOTICE TO ST0CIU1ULUtH5 thii. too numerons lo mention. hebeve that said petitions do not in Lincoln county. Ky.. on Suturday ' Th regulr meeting of the stock- Term, made known on day of sale Vhe said land will be sold on a onti(in a suffieienl nnmlier of 'egul r binary 10th lHl'J, for the purpose lietitioner to nulbonre ibis eouit or taking the sense o Ihe legal voKj., n- - Company, of Crab Orchard, Croh Orhcard. Kentucky. In call mid election, nml this motion ters of said county, who are quali-f.r- d 101-t- d iStf.pprtr. to. elect director for the eivsuing parcel Auctioneer. Sam Ue.vno.d in poo! rfaitb and not for is) made lo vote nt an election for coun, itm 5'i'ar, will be held at its banking otVurpoe of ildny?' They state tbot ty of filers, upon the proposition, .;; or pm.ra.TY fo wns only Tiled on Frifttid whether or not spiritoiiN vinous or SCHOOL TAX , Ih. d f day Deerrnter , 1911 and they have malt liquors shall be sold bartered J. C. A a iil. .,i iu,.i,., ... .1 L'lll'ri 'le II JMVij..ut...,t m.im ".... ', January 9, ..t IHI :...i eutef.l1 ei. to u .ike t lig laid no time lll.uuir.i,iiru r loaned ill said Lincoln county. is b" b -- aid to secure Cashier. Ornd- - tit-Ul". retained on the land f it is further adjudged by the M'hool tuxes for the Mchiniiey and the And PJtb iiImiiiI 17'41 mimes. ;t. pnyment thereof court that the provision of the law ed school District will on the NOTICE TO SHARE HOLDERS tilturiiex ibereoli norttsl the oitrl hiuI the prohibiten shall apply to day of January lBTJ in front of th 0. D. FL0RRNCK. M. C. L. C. C. . ll.iw ..tiHe ?... f The regular meeting of the share .i... 101-- 3 T. J. Hill. Atty. the Pimloffice in th lowti of Mc", um.wn.wHtH. -- ' Kentucky, ' bo'dem of Lincoln County National Lincoln county, I inir..i i Il.llll t...i vx i. xr..irf. Kiimrr or Kinney . hi ('mist'pation i the enn- - of many Conk of Stanford. Ky.. lo elect dir.i; 1UII. Li llie f.rins! l" hiel ..... - ... ,v... - ,....... ff,i sell to the hijrhesi bidder for cash, l 'l.l'l.'l.lll t ...tni : .j Ti...rl.- i.r.li.rM.I ." the fi.llowiuif described f ..Hid iiMilinii ' property, itilinent nml diiorders tbul make ectors for the ensuing year will be nml thi it'k ...i. ..,.1 ..It ..f iIia .it black horse four years old and life miwable. Take I'hnfberiuinV held OwsUv nml ( 1). Flounce, attor xoii.it; i.reeiuci't of Lmeob. county nl its banking office in Stan"biceleil nnu old. Stomach and Luer Tablftn. keep ' "' ney f'T 'be petit 10th 1U1" for Ihe pur- - "" lnrk brown borne two years in llml -- 'd Lse will ford. Ky.. on the second T 'mIiiv ,nn bc name property levied your bowel regular ami you! it ai'K'lir'i"-- ' l' Ibe eontl of holdinir wiM .lection nt ' January 1912 whidi U January 9th by For I' M. Miltnleits dd not rcpiesiin herein ordered, and he is directed,"" " the property of S. M. Owen- - roid thee d.Kease. !llllt 1912. W. M. nrisht. Cahhter. iiny person vhoc inure wa and call for mid F. M. Ware, by me as eollee- 0 .L. Penny. ni.l.lish ll.e order i r. f"r whmil tnxcH Mr the year aid ."i. (',... in Ihe Interior .loi.r.o.l TRAINING SCHOOL for TEACHERS M.e nmouui or ...Tes ine.i.n-C- v r published ul Slanford ii !na i'.lere-- t penally and costs is COURSES: Preparatory, Stati Certllkate, n lees! two weeks hefore County Certincaw Review, Life Diploma, ita,T 1 unl. .I.iv ,,r IVI.rniirx-- . 101'J. the fcHJ.-- i. In Special. Tuition Free to Appointee. It II. MBTCALF. Collector. tt . t' smd e'eetiiei, nod h" wi'J Burnt white, clear and Expenses Very Low. Ask About It. Artistic CnlnloRue Free. Addrea steady to the lait drop. For tlia saka of avaryoaa tn,tho : : : : : : Richmond. Kentucky J. G. CRABBE. President. tamUy, tnalat on hatUur nml overruled his motion to continue llie henrinc o said entire. Anil llicro'ipoii tlio petitioners liy tluir iiiloriieji deported with ll.e (iilirt llie Mini of flT.'i, liclng the j nnioiint lived hy the mint us nccc- ' uirv In ilifrnv tlio expenses of miid ,, , .,,.,.,,,,,, n.oxe.l,,,, ' vim,; r limt . , I.. NO ",l,t ,l,n """' ' ""V '"' l,t',,r'1 i." pr,.u..i..n of the locnl Th,. ;' 'nml thr court austuincd mini option law and prohihition (loll tditill apply to drusBists. And it ntnienriiiL' to tlio eoint A. fopv. . .. i !.:.. :..i n. rnnnv.it ricrk l.in- "" " "" Attest liehl I ritlii.V, iiecciinicr 0111, inn a coin County Court. Iwnltiu pilitimi was Ikied nml noted Notice Is hereby given that In 'of record mkiiiiI hy n niiinlier of nhiTiirnce to the above order ot the li'al voters in each of the precincts j fj0njy Court ot Lincoln county, of Lincoln counly eipial to i,at said election will lie held by me jlimre than 'J per cent of the voles aj ,,e ,me a)Ve stated, W. L. Hc- ent in hnid several precincts nt rjnrty, Shclff Lincoln County. . Illic rcL'iilar N'liwmlior eleelimi, It'll ' liiLini- - that an election he held in PUBLIC SALE! -- aid Lineotii counlv on February 10. I1H, fur the purpoM! of Inking llaxnif; rei.led my fann I will sell the srn.e of the Will Voters of said at public auction on i(ii ,.,,, ." L,., by printed nnmo nlmi ndvertise liiinil hills posted nt one or mpro conspicuous places in ench voting precinct of unit! coiinly for nt lenst ( (wo week heforo sniil election. The form of the question to ho ' placed on tlio linllot is ns follows:' Are you in fnvor of the YES h,,r(cr or loan in I.in- ....I., ...... ..iv K'v nf spirit J You Always I WAYNESBURG. Feel At Home At The LINCOLN Xmas down iu our little hamlet passed uwuy peacefully. All the boys acted like gentlemen and no trouble however sliuht has been rc- -i i purled. corner. Cupid visited our I'ltle Inpiiti Two oi our most enterprising I ifflrSffiflcliSilii ,,,. young men were tlio victima viz I ... "' , "I''"' '""',"' . i i COUNTY NATIONAL BANK Mij. your f fluids and transact your itlulley Caldwell nml Koucoc Wheel- ' ilmi. The lirides are Kiiima Iturtoii of Soiiierset and Miss Vercia I.stes, 'of mar I'lnu. The yinmjr ieop!c 'have the best wishes of their liian.x fnenils for n bin;; life of happiness ,h-Kvn Singleton spent llie holidays with Mis- Klsie Singleton Ticar s J 1 i ' I I ' Kiibaiiks'. Mr. Lewis Men-i-t has relunml to lliuiniizn from a visit to Mr. K. W. May nml family. Mr. I.upati Stepl.ciir. spent a fev. days with relatives here last week. Sir. ami Mrs. p. II. N'olan of Ku-- 1 hunks nre (jiiesis at V. H. .Sinu'le- -- X'. I Wi "" . vtt-i,- . ""sU 7 letoS? it matter whether a woman marNoried or single she should haveisa bank account. It sometimes helps make a man more thrifty and it always makes her independent of circumstances. Pd in.oi tb-iel STATE BANK & TRUST CO., n. 1 har-s,,.t- ne ( ittf I --- r ii cr 1 .(..1 IT WONT BE A . coes .....,, ,. 7 Z r,...r cnBt'r, 1 ,,r HAPPY NEW YEAR 'i'1 ",. T. sale ...,j:. TVJl ',:'" ' tizz rJ S 11 . ......a. I ... mU.:, e.m-(nlt- r''l f the loved ones are not protected from the cold and kept comfortable and warm during the next few wintry months. f.MT4. ?'" ?""" '"'i pri "S The best way to do this is to burn BAUGHMAN'S COAL j tn"r":?.":..fLztz"r A '' II In your stoves and grates. Phone us to send you a load now. mmi &(q, staofom. -- A GOOD PLACE TO EAT. fr !". State XOl ITlcil m v 1 -- l WINTER TOURIST TICKETS Is what people say ot our Restaurant. Everythltif clean and nin and served crotrptly. Cmti luke a meal with us and Id us show you. fresh We always haye on hand FLORIDA AND ALL SOUTHERN RESORTS ON fAtB DAIC,V vu- T- O- ie uoita no mora man tmlc-warklnda. eya; aavaa money. Your dtaJer baa H In barren dlract raom our worn Bavaa CO- LNHmLE, KY. at. Wanaa. ra. am in. wiaa uttm nawiwa, on Solite Lamp OilBmokeleaa - Bootleaa Odor- CHAS. C. STOLL OIL - FIRST NATIONAL BANK' STANFORD, KENTCJKY 1 -n- a-oanr - fruits to of all kinds, Cakes, Cam!ir-- s ALL EQUIPMENT ELECTmCAUY LIGHTED Etc BflfflH n Ttabt DINING CARS SERVING ALL MEALS A LA CARTE C. L fitvtr . m Ky. jkftaufMW GOOD RETURNING UNTIL MAY 31. 112. mi paitmuh. u m mm mcit. tjwMiiioiiniim. SUnterd, KC KM fmmt m AfTm B. Mala it. UEXMTrt KV. -? "" , -- JTTTITT, dmmWu lor your family a-to.1 Make your home aud place youraell in a poaiiiou In get the latest market quoiatioL t out plmnr frvic l at.j time. 1bia can he acoosapluikeil by which vou aud vour ueihbora cau v.v ixr a atitu thai i iua eoinparisl wii) llie iwiielita receivtsl Call or a hire our nearl nrlloe or wriu- dir.1 tt iealuartra, Nashville, Tenu., tor iulormaii"!! rejliux our p al 'Kai m.r' line" rate. If you are out at preaant euayiu teleple.ne .rvio-- , ian iBiuieJiately inter eat you. Our liuaa enver the Hut id KeutueAx lleauasara, MiaaiaaitlLouiaiaaa aid U.a BoutJaem portem l liiduna anr KAHT TKN N hWEK TEL A TKI . CO. tlliaok iMeaetMiTM y HUHAL TELEPHONES. knu MH FAUMK1L- - PROGRESSIVE STRONG ACCOMMODATING And Seeking Your Bank Account, CAPITAL $50,000. SURPLUS $25,000: . r- - Open hii Account WiiiBu TO-DAY. wT v itru , a . , f . . J,l t H. t' u tjfr ' i. " " ' f W, asaaijfc-r- 7rynq, miinSmM 7 THE STANFORD INTERIOR JOURNAL STANFORD, KENTUCKY j i asss OFFICIALS TO GET SIGNATURES ft Willi ,- ' - Jv 'tl Burley Society To Begin paign for New Pooling Contract. Ten-Year Cam- GREAT INTEREST TAKEN Essential to Comfort N i f Perfection 9svwii(a.Maavw Pretent Agreement Offert New Advantages, and by First of March It It Expected Every Grower In Central Kentucky Will Have S gned. 3 fortable in Warmth is essential to comfort. As you grow older, it is hardly less essential to health. Get a Perfection Smokeless Oil Heater, nd you keep warm and com your home, no matter what the weather without. Tlio campnlfn for signatures to the r poolInK contract of the new Hurley Tobacco Society will tei?In next Tvcel.. an J It Is believed by the officials of the society that by March 1. of the pool, the time net for the cloa-Inten-yei- The Perfection gives a strong, widespread heat, and Rive it quickly. It it always ready for me and bums nine hours on a jingle It can be carried anywhere ; filling - no more trouble than a lamp. no pipes no wires, no flues : no smoke, odor or dirt Th hettsr thst. gites complete satisfaction. This year's Perfection is finished in either blue enamel or plain steel I nickel 5 csa b; rsde. AU puts yet liong iw rlnrM trimmings; fame spreader prevents smoking. easily cleaned. ol t DmWi erery here i cf wme ts scf agtocy that Blr-ne- nearly eiery hurley tobacco prnwer In Central Kentucky will have Copies of the now contract"", embodying, as they do. all the advantaRes of rosy handling and prompt payment for tobacco delivered, nnd at the same time Insuring to the proposed new Hurley Tobacco Company an adequate rupply for the next ten years for thn proposed mammoth factory at Lexington, will bo distributed by chairmen tif the county boards In each county In the Hurley district j I Standard Oil Company Incorporated) I daaaaaa&&aa s q&Q . o s 0 ft JL m & vhJr Pkt .T7BH ers We have any kind of Rubber you can wish for. Rubber Booto, Rubber Arctics, Rubbsr Sandals. Cloth top Sandals, Rubber Shoes.Felts. AU of these are the selected Ball Band goods. 6 Interest has awakened surprisingly since the district boird adopted In Lexington last Timsdny the amendments of the executive committee, which were 0 growers based upon suggestions of who did not believe the first pooling plan rnntrncts were complete Under the new contracts, which preserve. In the main, all the advantages of the original, but which add a number of decided advantages In the In3 terest of both landlord nnd tenant, the grower may sol"":, his own market, S and when he delivers his tobacco will his money at onre 0 getThe new contracts, which must be slguej between now nnd March 1, when the pool closes, are as follows' New Landlord Ten-Yea- r Pooling Con-- , o o o tract. Date Book No. Ve are sole agents. O ,..i...l911 SAM ROBINSON Stanford, Ky 3 Acres Land Pledged Landlord , !'. O County State Pledge No. "t a . V ss ;?: y-f- y. y "t yy c C-- ". ' vtkv Situated County i In Precinct xVavsvv , vsavsv ia .- - svysavjs . j MONUMENTS State P. O... Remarks Solicitor Landlord Ten-Yea- ,t t 04 I- - OUR DUTY TO OUR DEPARTED ONES IS PLAIN. WE SHOULD ERECT AN APPROPRIATE MEMORIAL OVER THEIR FINAL RESTING PLACE. A MONUMENT IS NOT EXPENSIVE UNLESS YOU CARE TO HAVE IT SO. OUR WORK IS UNSURPASSED AND CONSIDERING QUALITY, IS VERY CHEAP. WE HAVE ,A LARGE STOCK TO SELECT FROM. t Wm. Adams & Son 0 42 N. Broadway, T rlnryfnn T afe FALL AND WINTER STYLES. M.v .i CONCRETING . mu Wtr lu poallluu IO'IukII ln !.. olmut 4VUu aue-- u. lliu. Kdi'MII ll.ti HI H'lu 'ibaUau,VUtUHlt!iOr M.l W t C.I i UMl.Ml-t.lOt. . u.ii new fall aud winter snrajilee .it mm ittUy for jiwr "in j im.uipiik; tiie ItvM un tvlura you iiUt vour ihhIt.xi at PHILLIPS BR05., Stanford. Kcnhickv fe-if.V- frv l:.t Jnspoctli;. ttie uiaike' t.tii .iui dii.voue as. to price bu hai Mifiinii.i. uiue ti otiitr A al. imuie (o our tneasiiie u prdferabK lo oisde clotlie To Uuve tht'ii uottile ti fin'UMire iIocsd'i cohi an uort tU.u mnov ftvo qunlij iril til U corihldi rru Come Id iu. r"iy hsl ii W WMd . UUh r. iuplfy rn cr,.ii,..i ixkf Tin, iiiHHkurP Tin- ' .. sjt, xir' ,jt-- " .! y PLENTY OF LUMCER ON HAND' 'all purposes. So if ou want to LuiM u luHisc-- , u barn, cliirken PROTECT YOUR HORSE coon, A due hnii.se or a fence, emuu fur the inutcriiiU. We have &re ilnvitiir. tlii ctulil ihii.I j ' "ilnr v nrr hfiiiliiniii'lvry .all orU and size in bitth fur ' .anil (liiixht'il lumber nml if we fan-- . lm - lilnnki'ii. Ini rutio" uipl cur ttjot knit von in kind, Uiiiill(y, final- And nil linrM-iini.' Iu.ilrs. ne ' Hy iml irii-e- , nobody fan. c McCLA Stanferd, Ky. sJgnfgfd- JA. ALLEN. JV V)-- as rtih I fiSffA AND HIDES L Kvj rlllUl K OW a ka kH kB rllCHEST MARKET PRICE PAID FOR HAW FURS AND HIDES IpaBaV Wocl on Commission. Wilt for price- sssi llv. aierUonlaglhlt aJ. JOHN WHITE & CO. akftftfwStSS" LOUISVILLE.KY. Pooling Contract. Crops. he DiMrlct Hoard of Ihe Hurley To- - r of the right of h:,h ,Vtfl to enforce Pledge No. Book No. nacco Society nt their regular annual ins eonirnci in- to enjoin Ita breach urvurg in October of each ear by ill equity County , m s vote, may open the hooVs ldll" The Hoard of Directors of Ihe HurKy of tho Society for the admission of ley luiwrri. This contract made this day wlt- - new hall members at such time ami uron pool In any year! pmildeddissolve tho O nessetb: m such terms and condl'luns as the Hnanl n Interest f th,p W, wer! may prescribe. The tlmo for That In consideration of the hers tu the preceding year andmt.m. are to be derived herefrom by the the books for the admission new still members In the year In which tho parties hereto and that this contract members shall be le to the of H taken rote accordingly, the H dlsrre vol Is made by the undersigned and ac tion f the Hoard. proportional iuf.rst or eaih voter cepted by the hereinafter named HurIt U distinctly agreed that Ihe etrn-trig- s to be determined hy ,e ley Tobacco Society as a mutual con Incone and surplus made h) the tobaeeo which he may have quantity of grown and tract with other contracts or IIko Im- Hurley Tobacco Company ,. delivered to the poo p the preceding port, taken and to 1 taken and en- 190 crop shall belong to the me, year The IKinrd or Dlrectori! may In r tered into by and with many other brs of the 1909 p,K,l and Ihst any yeisr order am provide for such Prowers nf tobacco, which are of norr.1 of Directors of the Hurley ",l election to be hot at the time of the mutual benefit to all, the undersigned hacco Society may Inve-- t the annual election, snd shall do V. grower of tobacco owning and expectV, '" ,n discretion , so upon the written demand of ing to own Hurley tobacco of the 1911 MM Hoard. On the 1st of of the members of the Society October In to 1920 crops Inclusive grun and ti said demand to be made by wrltlen ' be grown ou his farm, containing the Hurley Tnliso.,, . notice to the Society thirty days be-acres Tthe usual crop mmv uir nnnuai precinct election. gmwn on this land Is The solicitor has ,.. aulhorltv to acre), bounded on the North bv change In any wa. . ,ern(. ,)f Ullj : t by OU 'th """ hh Miunier of rep onlrai'l. , on the South by ord on the books or (he n.mpariy at I' () .'....and on the West by County, the stockholders In O In cali or (,. Kentucky. b"-ebconstitutes end ap- Htock to tUem for their .rororllpunte Vl'tiffg points tl'e liurlev Tobacco Society, a fart of sarre. 'lentnt corporation nnd?r the laws of KenThe undersigned further agrees to Tenutit tucky, gs role njent for the purpose caw. his stock In the n.irley Tobacco of receiving and Felling onehnlf of all (ompany and to vote same so ?f,i... fcilfcllof as I ,? the said tobacco and for such purpose conllnuo that Company; br, aulhnrl,-t- he ' The utidcrrtann ! furller suls?i1fef( ( hereby tran"fers and nss'gns to and In Hoard of Director of for shares of ihe capital I.rk to nfi vests In sahl a.-n- t the title and right Society to Invest t ,p cqdal- - to ,. . er of possession to sahl tolnirni Hint twit or ncli other enmptnv us but not to exceed fifty rcr rent agrees to deliver the Ennui ou demand mnv In their dlvcretlnn orgdiiUo T the gross rales of the tobacco herent such point In sahl county, or 'ti i m- - minor Ignel further agrees t'ii( by pledged. In (he llur'ey Tobacco 1 the county where the tobarco Is s'ored. M.i; Iburd of Dieilors of HurV, Company, Incorpmted, or Mi'no other as said eoeletv may designate iohmvo Society ,llnv ,,, , company, ho liiroriioreted. to be The undersigned however, reserves age hiiM Hurey Tolacco Co,, ,,' left to theto decision of the the right anv time nr'Ar to March t. hi,i any other compsny lu which It i Hoard of the Hurley Toba-c- o District Society of the second venr folfunlii'' 111" yeir Proceeds tjf l,' ,o,;,cco r Ml h irlor to Ocloler 1. 1912. When the g group, to Is Itnested, ns Jn which the tobacco nrov'ded ly this cm Is the undersigned nuthnr-l- s 1. select the mnrKet bh'Vhleli hit prefers tra,,t .npJ'" lblr Judgment Is st the Hurley Tobacco Society to All klklml I .fr.. . i. bis tobacco to rc'joM PDlJro.l)Q'.. tpay for raid stork out of tie r.jrceds ftr ... ...HUM .."r- , . l'"" ' , In which l Is to he oM rn1eH '" . rr .. VV w 'f su'd tobacco. Th si'.iirs nf sld, Ilerlev Tftwo Cotptv 'es a hoice ' f'r as liimlorH r n.iiceri.ed It ttock sha'l le Isiped to Hie under-Igne.on tbo fo'ecteil raar'-o!n vblrh ewnf ' further nri.l o..,) , ,.. ...r,.,.( but no frnct'onjl shall It Is to bo sold st tb eipt)ntiv's t i in rr rens-ito Issred. and It Is urlhr understood eo on th- - pnoit'd f1nn shall limit the It Is distinctly nsrooii Hint hu earn-ng- s nnd agreed tbst after the Mock "' ' '"'" " crop or crops In any Income and urrl'i' undo by the for heroin is paid for to the prior to n illV.ion therotif. If he lurley Tohacen fowi-reupon the' Hurley Tobacco Company and nil lear r thev rrov so desire, and It Is left 11)03 crop shall e'ong o tho members charges fcr tho seitiP pf tj,e tohscco. Ptl li 'I will, said tenant ii.h to whtth-'- r if the, l'J0! pool, and that the Ho. id the remainder of Dip urornods Is to ho rr not ho will hike paid to the undersigned then and omrnnv' but h m,, stock In such if Directors of the HuMey To! do' so fr lio de. 3ocioy mav Invent tho Mime f ' there. Ires l0 tn evtent i t0 ,XPt.,,u I I writ icneflt In the ill rre1" n The tobacco pooled uhovo Is f er rent if He iti.Bmi lie- pools but Dn t,he s,t gf Orlgber Jn m eich of all tho tobarco grown on the land ir i n the oi ent the uriilrslgned ban a ho Hoard of Director if Ihe jti Um above described, n well as on all Ifcml .nip or rro.is rf tuh.iciti upon poo'ed robacco Company shall hnye he ,jiijt by the undersl-n- ct owned In the State land. In wh ru nd authority In their to' of Kentucky with Ihe exconthm of to the extent orhe has mi teniuit he Is the irmalnlng fifty per pro rato ho estimated earnln? Tartnershlp or lolnt nwnershlr land, eont of tho "rop not hereinbefore pro- inrplUM of Uo company nmonr fjc and viThe undcrslgne,! subscribes for shares of the capital stork to nn filed for, tii,aie Hie prhlletse of a rion atockholders of record on tho in lu'imug rajue. jooks or said company at such d.ite. irnuiii amount equal to mt lo than twenty j The Solicitor has no uuthorlty In , nd either to pay i,aiiin to tho stock r 1911-192- 0 two-thirdSiM-le- y two-thlrd- s 'County I The undersigned by reason of this Sta' contract becomes and Is entitled to nil P. O. ... the privileges of a member of tho said j Itemarks Hurley Tobacco Society. .1. I'nnn tila fntln... t. fiitli .nnitil. ..III. the terms and renditions of this con- - 01,rl,"r tract, the undersigned hereby agrees, TENANT POOLING CONTRACT, to pn to said soe'etv as Hnuldxtcd Book No. ..19 Crop. Pledge No. tiuiiiasics iwrinv per ceni m wit vaiuo .County, of said tobacco for the benefit of the Ky.. 1!.. members of said society; but this shall nt.t be construed ns n waher of the This contract made this day right of snhl agent to enforce this eon- eih- tmf-- t rir til itnlitlti ll I,m,.1, It. ..ntittt That n o"l"iitlon of the beno-le-y The lloa-- 1 of Directors of the Hur-- ' te derlxo, herefrom by tho Tobarco Society shall n;nive the pool In anv ivir two thirds I'nrtles hrr.to nnd that this contract and 'h,e In Interest of those who wen- - irem- - U m,,7 1' the horelnaft.T narrr.l the preceding ear nnd aro stMI Tobacco hoclely as a mutual dm-i- s In the enr In which the vote, " '"0 "" taVen ote ncconllnglv, the proiir- - inc wl,,h ""'T p"n.,rnr, tlonate intere-- t of each oter to be de. j,ort- ,nK.cn n"'1 '" '" ln,0" "' ' t)i tennlnrd bv the ouantlty of tobnero U'rtl "Uo. tohnceo, '! nml which Jiinny ofother of are which he rown nnd dellv- - B"' ha ,ual to a". he understgncd to the pool In the preceding yeir Tin- - Hoard of Directors mny In any grower of tobacco owning j ear order and prntlde for such elrc- - Interest lu .' ncres of Hon to be Vld at the time of the an-- ' urlc . toDacco 0f the VJ. , cn)p prown nual proelnrt election and shall do so ',lr'" '" 1 upon the vr'tien I'crratul of County, Kentucky, ad- membor of the society. fourth of said demand to le made by written Joining lands of hereby nrttce to the socltfv thirty days nm, a,ip0nt, the Hurky fore tie annual product election. 'Tobacco Soclet). a cor.Kiratl. n under Sbon'd the e VrsUned mke a bom ,ll0 ,,ws of Kentucky, ns tole arftnt fide scle of auv farm or farms pooled tor tt,,, of roreUIng and th's pled--- e or should tie tltla lnR nI of tlle aaI(J toacco anil for thereto pass frrm him liv descent or 6ucn pr,OM, ,er.-litremors mid d.nls.. then and In Mint eent this signs to and ImosU In said nrent tho contract sbnll he rineelle.1 on the first tlllo arid right of possession to ial.1 t. dav of .laniarv following the sale, or bacC()i utid 1RrCi., t ,t.'lw,r thc 81lm, rh.ngs? if oweerdilp by ilesemt or de- - 01l l!ernaml at Hch ,H1nt R1, Pl.n. vise as to anv Mmcrn grown on such ty or In the county whom tho tohac-faror farms nPer da'o. but the co )s Htori,j ag h:lll, Soc,ty lu (Im. purchaser, heir or devise" of such ignatc or farms shell broe the nptlm firm The undersigned, to become epartv to this contract nr.,1, the right any time however. r.seres prior to March 1. to comply wtb anl-e- rnout Its of the second 5ear Mllowlng Ihe year and conditions, the er..rc.e of which ,n uhlch tno ,nhnfrn , option shal e 'ndlca ed b Wm on .r,ecl tho market on which he before such date, tow It: January 1 by bis tobacco to bo sold, and theprofrs house, endorsing his nature on this pie dee; )n uhlch It Is to bo .old, utiles tho but brfote a purchaser can exerc'so nrley Tobacco Company 'tm the selected market, jr. has a "veQt r 1ml"S, ,""" MCb which by asAent signature t g (0 ,)0 BoI(, at lp endorsed on this contract. ,inuiM an fnrI1cr uXnfi If he does not consent to theexercl'e and agreed tint after Hie s'ock sul-o- f option by the purchaser, the trrlbcd for herein, If nnv Is subserlbed surh or vendor shall hao the rlchi to I. j..i,j ?- - ;s .;,,. ji.jrhiy Tobacco ttltute In the pool In lieu of the land Company, nml all charges "for tho by him an apnroxluiateh- - eipnl IntJ of tho lohareo. II - remainder of , number of acres of land: hut his de. tho prorwM, (l t tim n. sire to make such siihsM'iitlnn must ' e itemifrii ti.n ,tw there f, l. The im,j.r-- i 11...I lV Indlftjeil on ..r fRttnrr of this a .. un ., v if .nni,., jnni t,. pnnir.iil I iti.ii ,.s Pll H .Tit It to a written endorerrent signed h him all th- - pihlle. , - f a memb. r i ' said on the back of this pledge, which en-- , Hurley Tolmrru Sorltity t dowement shall describe the land sulM I'poti his failure u. comply n ' w,,h """ ,"r,nH. O " r"ml "'"" "f '".V'rV - iinderstcMHl and agreed contract, the T undersigned hereby that the ikxjI will he closed, so far is ngrees' to rny to sal fjorletv iU lou. a IandlonN are conrerned. on or before date, ilainap.'s i cent iJ the niT'.V9.12; '" "" ''''""""x "f HieUluo of s(l ,,lllllffl,1 ',,. Hohrd. and that thereafter no "t the ot kbIiI Society but !)P Iftsnorl. pro-Me- d rcr cent nor more thnn fifty per cent of tho gross sales of tho tobacco here- by pledged In tho Hurley Tobacco Company, Incorporated, or some other company to bo Incorporated, to ho left to the ileelslon of the District Hoard of the Hurley Tobacco Society prior to October I, 1312, the stock .... ..per by hi in helni rent of the gross snles of his tobacco, nnd In case of the failure of tho undersigned to Indicate nt the time of the s'gnlng of this pledge tho ntnount of stock subscribed for by him, hli signature to this ccntract shall be con strued s a subscrlrthm to said stock to nn amount equal to twenty per ertit of the gros sales of his tobacco, When Inn Ail nu At.Atf ta Hjfcf.V ftn tasrs u att li'wniui in bum, iiiu thorlros the Hurley Tobacco Society to pay for said stock out of tho pro-ceeds of said tobacco The shares of said stock to bo Issued to tho undersigned but no fractional shares shall sun-rcrlh- change la any way tho term of thli contract. p p, j o q '. Ily NEW TENANT " m,,- Landlord. miillord. Solicitor. POOLING CON-TRAC- wu"'l Dock No, to Acres Pledged 1)3 Tenant , OVER COATS vscsvm .!. pt qi Pf,,...!,. statu '""' . Pledge jClrowu In Precinct No. The weather so far has been open and "" - l,-- fl'l rn-.- r '"'"' mn-ere- d one-.01- e se y -- m 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 water, at $5. A long Craven-ctt- 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 coats 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. H. J. McROBERTS StanfordKy. mil-'f- Fell-sol- t,.-,rI ,. , , 1 o a -- fv o cs o . '' L K a Fruit Window .t m a m At Our Xmas o m o l' a 9 o a& kh sih aaai & . L I v: '3 a m Due To-morrow, o M. (I. Hip s. t v-a g Stanford, Ky. o n , pit-i-ln- one-four- th eWrtf.tjiOOlOli&'ilJiOpli50iOO K:-s- i tw . j oPrescriptions, alt times Ao health mutt l carefully guarded, particularly now in changing seasons VJo what you can to preoent sieh ''" nass, but ii it amts place the re- spo'isiditity of supplying the ' . .."., .,,, 7ft fl1. ll. n.j fj-ii- i. medicines on us. ,. i - '"' f ware-liouRO- i, 'et-an- s i'. c,1,. ,i,. clo-el- l, fhrs 1iring eveiy pre- Siriptioti to us and Anoui that .yau got the most active drugs, nroiutiy and honestly compounded, for best results to the patients always, ' Penny's )ri Store, 1 Stanford, JCcntucky, For interior decorating we carry, and, re., commend ALABAST1NE, the beautiful wall costing. Ccrlland see samples of tints and ask ua ubout it. one-tml- in ,. ! - 't ' I 'W ?' Al THfe STANFORD INTERIOR JOUR HAL STANFORD,,. KENTUCKY S" STANFORD OPERA HOUSE, 2 houn, with a special lecture and effects. PERSONAL and SOCIAL Mm. John 8. Ilnuglimnn hin been on fto tick list for Hcvcrnl days. Mr, and Mm. John Mount, of Lancaster, npent "evcrnl tiny wilh rr Mtivcs hero this week. Dr. Wi N. Crnlg hna accepted a nii'o position us phnmiicist in a drug (tori nt Keren. Mr. (J. D.. Wcnrcn cnt to Lnw- - Nights Monday and Tuesday, January 8 andj9 5,000 FeetThe Greater feature ever PrnHnrerf att t Q V'-'J- - A historic production at a cost. of $100,000, endorsed by pulpit, press and public, lasting two This picture was run one week in the best theater iiitf Louisville. Popular prices. SHORT LOCALS. I mm Hot ( full nil nl rcil .Mi rg tun week to nllond tho linr nephew litirtnn, (ox, lllhl ( . vtnv, llAtlX lliltnn Willi' IWM "! IIHIIV HI H i ii4i Mre. V. It. Rice, of Louisville w the jruest of Mr. Susan Ycngcr. L. M. I.ntdey spent scvernl days here this week, coming up for court. The Woman's Missionary Society of the ltapti.it church will hnvo an ope-session Friday evening nt o'clock; All arc inited to attend. Attorney 0. Tho t'uinmonwcnlth'H D. Flounce bus been attending court nt I)nuri'!i this week, though he linn not jet fully fveovcred frdm' his re ; cent '"V"l jj . IMtlo McKinnoy him been on . I .. ii r III'I r..i. I.... IIIi IIUI Nlfll rill illfllllt. Ill i... . daughter .Mrs. W. M. Ilrjj-ht- . . ! The cold wne will get you .if don't bum Fox Ilidge Con), i .ion For Kent. Five room eottape with I'hctiio us to send you n lond. l.V wator works nnd good cistern; term trm4 nt' (1)C ynrJl C(,IN ,tixer. j reasonable. Apply to F., Wilkinson, ' j. H. j, IlnuSIinmn. pn'-pare- I Don't forpet "Dante's Inferno" nt the Ojiern House Monday'iiml Tucf.- day nlghl. Notice ndtrtij.ciiiint. ' to nmtall hot "' " "" heatinj:, plunibinj; 81-l- f. iCir., Conn Ilro., Lnneiintcr, NVe nrc , """ Are You a Woman 71 1 J t Itwwtiiiittt '.'MVff . .HI I !k iMi., i' :' , i V v.- - I ... iir-,li- f nriralely brfore, onlv the ' . nill sell publicly at my late home on ,. W. S. Fish reoresenls best and stronqest Insurance com- - V Haliirtlay Jnnunry 6, at 1 p. m., a If not nold I . i I J I; X k. . .ii.d Mr'l tl,- - Hodmnn Kcf.no n I j privntely n few nrtiele. .. l... I'inL-?,,,, vnrl. of hiiuxrbiitd funiitutr. 'Cull lit my , .lMjMi.,. ,.,. w,.ck. n I'ortman ni'iiitc, next reNidt'iii liemfinber that musienl treat nt Tin littti' i1niiilttip nf Mr. !llie ojiera liousti tomorow niyht Sftt- Will Sttmo'n. It. II. Farri. ,.,,, ,, ,,cl.n Mm. iiiilny, January (itb the "Musical ,, but i lbrlllwi, Fox IIhIrc Coal, host on th "inr- - l'livoritci." n)rovill; ,)ow.. ket; 13 cents a bushel in the yard.; wrcJn ' H"". W. II. Sliunks enmc homo 1 i cents delivered, J. II. IIntiBhmnn ,, ,,, y Annje i..iuj ,Utd at her home i.u-itt.iniup ji u up from Frankfort Wednrhdny tho fc Co. I. near McKinney lust week ot heart hhmii1 pouto tililu from I' tnMiii lrj:i(.l.ituni lmvitip adjourned nntil trouble. She win, tins wife of Odio Iiitj si'u lw fnthtr. J. S. tJ. r.ley, Monday. For Itent. My new rotlage on I'aul nnd i alno survived by a little r t, Jo. T. Kmbry wan HiHifrncil tho Portmnn avenue. Hath knd all mod-n- m Mm. I'aul was just 35 yea is of 'A n 'lllto .& rclunicil to . Gi'nrul Hookkrepian desk in the convenimces. Re L. R. Iluchett ago and beloved by all who knew and hurt taken hw former .V"Jitoi' offieo nt Frunkfort. or myself. Wm. Stoan. her. which he nn forcd to ftivo K. 1). Kennedy, who hnH bwa holdtin fat i. vhiln on nci'ount of n mi- - ing down u position nt tho Sluto In- Wanted Man with family, with Itev. J. U. 1J mission will )rcach .to a;ick ot tji.lioid rver. iiue AkIuiu, nt Columbun, 'Ohio, i two hand in family, to werk n nt Mt. Olive church next Sunday at Mrltobuit.-- hnti liepin to home for a xhort vitit. Mn. J. J. farm; good houfi fumisheJ. Apply 11 o'clock. All are invited to hear Iter dauahter Mrs. Ada I'riveli of TURNERSVILLE Mtv. Mullie Kunuulley entertained to W. A. Harney R. K. D, N. 2. isnow ii liirlit improvi'mei''. from her IudiniiaHilis. which pave the n.rmheri of tha Womnn'H Mw- leccnt p,nltic H'mks Moving day, Mr. J. O. Uogio hns 1M-- 2 Mrs. Oeorfre Ilijrney' has leturned fn.-d-- i HuptLst lier i;re,tt :;niNi .iiui.m. Hho wonury Society of th ii.oved to the Curpcnter farm uear from n trip to Cincinnati, Lexington FOR SALE be r.ovriui; hor pch, church lat week moht delightfully Favor-itei.cer, Crab Oi chard and Mr. Frank RusDoo't forget th "Mnieal b, Mrs. Nuncrlley Luh mado it on nn- itl - jay "yes" nnd "no." sell to the farm recently vacated by and other northern points. at the opera fcoiiH Satunlay A Inrjie crowd attended the watch ( Ml rtr- - nuul cuhtom to r,ceio the wieicty nipht. Jau i). Mit1 M iy SV.linmi, 130 acres of land between L. & Mr. John Spear. We regret to give iBectiiij; of the M. E. church. Tim jmnird i,y lir daQKhter, nrmb rt, at Chriotraari timo nnd nil N. railroad and Stanford and Crab up such ood neinhbors. t... i. t, wnleli niretins' wits organized in 11)07 Villi.irur" "l. Mt ltrown. nfter l.iok forward to thi nieetinp; with ! Mr. J. I will offer for publicly on Orchard pike, being a portion Eph-rji. Goocii has been confinrc- who have' been holidays "n - ,i wi'h J'i.li;o rserinl rtli.iMiin. Has ou it ed to his bed for the pu.-- t twu weeks There arc twelve Dv'.ishtfal I'eunin:;ton tract. hj.M 5th at 2 P. M. a lot ' pro-er 'I. Williai'i ., in V.viiiu- - lrcshnintM nerc ,nvd nnd a moit ll'ritUy, Jan. aild kitchen furniture, u new house and tobacco barn. with In irrinne. everj year since the meet- iHi. I of bofsehold , ! en oiKauici. lay for Onlifornia to i Toyablfe d profitnblc hChsion was nil nF.rl,T new. Sale at my Ute 'lVnns easy. Mrs. J. B. Owsley, ton lef' 'a Mr. Olho Fields, of Louisville l.ud. fpend 'he wnt'i t spent the Christmas holidays with Mr. Kthvlene Drown ha3 returned lioine on lower Main slieet. Mr. Stanford. The Literary Club, of thn Stnn-- t 1 D. Cook. l- -l hi paientK here. to her lion at Diy Itidye nftcr . rd HirIi School was entertained Dy the wny ymi can't afford to To Get a few days with relatives Mis Larenda Cnrm.icle of D.inville j iio diirinir Christina it week very TO THE TAXPAYERS ins ''Dante's Inferno" the is the uuest ot .Mrs. .Marion Koscr.in homrr-i'- t. Hj;ht fully lv two of members in moving pictures nt tho mid .Mr. Cecil Manning. Mr. G. W. GillHand is very much 8.5 Densfic?al Effects; 'I hs Sa'lio Mills Craip entertained All property on which tax is not Messrs. Dan and Wnlter Moscr improved ntfer a severe sick spell. tipern boiiso Monday nnd Tuesday for paid on or bcfoic January 10th will i.ialits Jnnunry 8 mid U. '. : the fvening ot December vero with friend here last week. At the annual review held DecemAt vay5 Day iha Genuine ! n'omberh nt the home of hor mint be advertised for sale. W. L. Little .Mis Hazel gooch has been ber 23. by Kbit's Mountain Tent K. 102 It S. I. C. Ir- - Slii'lton, .M. Snufley. Literary Catarrh Cannot Be Cured i'l for the pat week. j'. (. T. "M., No. Ill the following namm M rtrntents wtm onjoyed, Mir. Mn ry tfilh tfK"h .Wt ICTION'. m tlwr annt rir .Mr. W. II. Hcynolds spent ed officers wero elected for the en('gUrrh to a blmKl or ttw mii or thf dwHtc rutp It bM It ordrr i ,,,,ln,'k Duiiilcmr nnd .Miss i;n r.n- - Fresh suunlv of International biUnu i)rrnwdifA. lutli CaUrrn Cur jou milt Ukf Christmns with his jiarcuts at PV)rw4 Tflff suing year: C. II. Thompson, Comu lakrn food. E. T. I Xik W tli HiRK'n ruttinp for the pinze slock nnd poultry vnl art ilirtrfjr iipoa he l..nol and mufiMi mander; S. I'. Wnt'gouer, Lieut Coni-n.MtUit I'tutrh Oirr h noi i quatk iriln ftcriauiv. 101-2- t. C rt 'in h the f .nrer wns lucky to w in Feme u trw ctie I wm pn"cnlM by imp t nvMt-- brrt ihrKtott There will be services at tho dor; D. D. Flint. Master at Anns pmtriptkm. In th'a mntry for jrari and to a I.''fr,sl'tnent wero Rcru'd 'later in tonlr kticwn rombt ifu Christian church heio Sunday morn-i- n W. M. Mceks, It h r mpol of tti C. Record Keeper, Uli tat Hrick store-roofor rent on cor- murotn tirt hkxl The ht ftdlnc rttnftlT of Hit t"nfW. rombtnatKm " Marion Grime nlso it pvon.tiKpffltft nnd etenin. nrrtirf. protlum wirh on!rrfn rn entertained tho club ner of Main and Lancaster streets, ln iwi!tnt tfl ht trml fhr ttlmonLli. Ttt. ,' li:''itfti'l.v .Mr. Jessio Mailing: wifu nnd u n rnac J itftrrh V A CO rrotM.. V lulrtlaU. I'lU'SI Lip evt-- . J TW mn an ; in lei l.itr i. the week, nnd a opposite court house. Possession vititeil Jlr. L. C. Jlanning this JL Kianey. 2nd M. O. J. . Pntlgutt, Hoi.! br Dnitrewt. pni V Li ! JtXe iiiiJ'i t'mur "HU (or ronatlp&tlon. ot eti.i .jitli'i I'venuiR wns liml, the Jnnunry J, 1912. J. S. llocher OS-week. ."I'Miuifi, u. ii. iii m i irit'.'i. her p'nMi'ir X5"nert and ebintr Mr. Je-.i- o Riitt wns called to tic 'llicre was n fa mil v re'iiiio-- i held FOLEY'S HONEY AND TAR whii rrfri'hhmenlH. bed-id- o o fhi fntber vliois. very t tlio b niio of W. I). Johnson's There is a great difference in life innr.y.'k'lurecl COMPOUND "CURES IN low. ?mdy, December 21th 1011. Thorn insurance policies. Mutual Benefit FOLEY'S H0NF.Y AND EVERY CASE." were seven children nnd eight TAn COMPOUND. Policies are superior. I can show KING'S MOUNTAIN. .Mr. Jus. MiCnffey, Mgr., of the n The j rnndi children present. nn'v uii'di ine. (5it' i you. Why not huy the best? R. M. Miss Elizabelji Dye of Danville, ss-zr- x Schlitz Hold, Omnha, N'cb., recom- jircscnt vere: A. J. Johnson, Iren. nnd taka it Newland Agent. lir.ond Foley's Honey nnd Tur Com spent n few days wilh relatives here Cyrus Johnson, Jarrctt, Johnson, enin-iii- ? yourself mIict voti f,. n Sold by oil lead i no ettio Johnson. Mrs. G. F. Gooch, pound, because, it cures m every last week. on. It checks nnd cnrei co.iIis Horn, to the wifo of Dick Hatter I nnd I.nura Job- - o- Tho crntrd- BCX3KKEEPING ciso. "I hnvo ued it myself nnd I Drvqq'ists nml cold and croup nrd prevents childrT present were JNtii Jo'inxon, Bntlne,Phoiiography have lecomiueuiled it to many oth n fine girl. OncC5iaoOti'(50 oDoiUo bronchitis nnd pneumonia. Shuara TYPEWRITING ani ers who havo since told tnc of its . Hussell Thompson visited relatives . Kabcrt Johnson, Albert - Johnson. ... a nnd Tanner. TELEGRAPHY . I nostor Johnson, Opal Fuiucis John curative power m rtiscnscs oi m L.uimi.K lust week. WILBUR R.SMITH BUSISSCOUEQE frent iiin(nriMiisMa.MjTOZ.'i.zzrAaBxz Willmr Johnson, n.wnrd, Jolin-For nil! Tho entertainment given by tho p:i- . I !.. tho throat nnd lungs." !) .id (4iaBaajaa,l I I Iti t rrMnlh4 T'rof tTlnc In mrrantlU coughs nnd colds it is speedily cf- - pil of the I'rnd.'d school was rcn-,o- n and FrtdiKe James Gooch. Three d tonkin l'iirln, aIki XI yiri rfurtlnc IK mn ! womn fontierai arj nur nw Ifecthc. tiered very succi fully. A inrgB , daughter in law, Mrs Oin Zu'ln and Shugars and Tanner. WlUIUIl'U K. NHITII,IKtnrtti.I4T. .( tl ConJrti crowti was proienc autl uverytioily ..iHMi.i Johnson wero present nlso. Sta:ford, Ky. First National I enjoyed themselves Dr. C. M. Thompson wife nml j!iivb DIjC. JOib. 1911. , rs. Elira I.ovcl.ito is visit nv e.' nd Misr Lytlin McCev" Tljis" 5 hHMt mm a y u..v ...May., auiIi Mrs. hee-- , i tlr. J. ,S. Adams, in I t Nnii l. tl,,... .1 !... iitf iiuiiaitur " iriii.cr Mih ,i,.n, llmter, of Ktanfoid, s- ..1 i.mtive p.ent ,,r Miiih ...r.. ,uu, .,. .si.r u.ni if ',...., ( ,, ,,,, v.,, v..,...r lot of liotishuM ami kitchen furniture. See bnnd bill Inter. Mrs. L. 11. Cook, Stanford. oanles. Let him keep you protected. I TAKE h i ; nin A.i .i,,i,V..r gasoline For Mile and feed cutters. Dent on the tnnrket. J. L. Hcazley, entwine nielli for "the i. International i w J ' . 'I I .... uiey ,... ,,, ' ,,,,! ,,, ARDUI aflU1 ',' 1 1 Ix-iiifto- The Woman's Tonic I s I the first time in ten years th.it the children nnd grand children wctb 1 is 'A I." " xr kt. r '. nt home. ".. J v. -- 3 Do not allow your kidneys and .1 m k- nt I n-- l-- lit bladder trouble to develop bcynU the reach of medicine. Take Foley's Kidney pills. They pivo. quick relief and stop irreirularities with promptness, ghugnra & Tan ncr. pur-prisi- h mas-lcrj,lc,- ,e - i y, ia .ViU'l W0li ISUX lk Bi.1 I ' and vv -- (. rniutt-luli- u hfliiPtS i M p"rWJ 4F?PS ni chil-die- T:" W?;.. I Two Great Creator , f m lei fHTliIiolLRBA Uiim VIIIYH byiho fj of Energy tf nd -- J NifififiS6 chil-die- n Energy means power-n cower to work, to think. R to throw cfl and keep off discarc. Get all the sunshine OU 1 r can, and tale . U 1 , ... ..... Sooit's Emulsion regularly. you" . ....... ' fe T Urcnsth, flesh and vitality. Be mre to get SCOTT'S always It will Rive M ; it's the SlantturJ end tli ?ii;, bett. t CAPITAL aUKPLUS RC50UWUSi Lc.i,. SiiKkitiKl Swk Oirn'ufu CJ i V. S Ro..l .ml IVmuaw U. S. BuKku. H.nlina lui..4t(U. P-- W Uu Item B.tA y Due bom U i I onHitMt - .... PS., ... ... l4lr m $W.I100 2S.IW1 You Get The Girl AW. DKlVf.ISTS Eawwrw;: .irrw3?!rri'--- n $202t?( 24 'JOJ.-- . TuicU lf M) V - 31.107 .' WO '' 40 WE LL FURNISH tJionsL-xais.x.iiKiefx HE HOME1 sxttsxrxax&Q i , 'ePort Lonns & ne a . CoK&Yon of Hie Liacofc .Am. MiiDiuMt.a: i i(h."siiiim;.-n- - M0M2 $lM.?o 5K"tf oiwss DecmiVwii, .... Earnings: .HOO.OUO Bank A 'I Discounts . . .Jf350.1S3 LS Ci.pi'a' Burplui 00 OH TOTAL pi ImiijIm 1 Auk--. f iiud - LMf-JPluf- c ' ii .!- UMTIIft . . ai.ouo I.IVJ "i w ti un.1 to P.jr T . t' irokltunn ink !(.. DfKom, . 50.OW00 IB0.M4 t0 97 I. 37,000 00 With the most complete and i line of furniture in- Lincoln county. - Overdrnfts ' ... 10.31 Q,9 ' '20,2(10 23 ... .,..r... '' 4 ltlO.JOf) U. S. Honds '' CU,,"I," "l . J .TO TAJ. F. WMJlii. " 4 jr Irfi bow Utt Sal .VI'4 10 13 See our line of Rugs. Lace Curtains and everything else needed to maki j Lincoln County Curt House Bonds .1 Lincoln County Hoi d to Secure Postul Snvinj.N 00 'I"" j .,;.. Nl' riind JWti For Six Mouths Ending December 30, 1911 ..$12,310 38 DudivitUd ii 111 U.OOU 00 jvyklr (o Pv Titxw... v., . W l,SflO Profits 000 00, $12,8-38 WJtm IC 3'i Disposed 1)5 TO'l'Al - KWpJ DISPONED 3 cr IVdExptnr- - Ot ' AS rOLLOWS: JWM the home comfortable iDnnpink House Furnituro Fixtarcb ' Due from banks' & ftl 70,967 of As Follows: 5,300 00 24,.rH1 S3 , OiflEOTOnS. ?Tll Shanks.' W. Dad $1 W0 00 LuCjL'ili.itl TOTAI pyiir It.djcd Prrouun 4318 94 ....;, delta charged off nnd expenses paid ,. 4,708 3ajrV H U3 ii l 2 PiaU - - l.fX0 flj $6.Wi3 n W. A. TRIBBLE, Stanford Ky. I Duet from Cash l. 8. Treiw .f.,coti eg (mm tSCJuwi ,C Uiinkin, V.. Vmwt, Chioi'h if. Hright, W. p. Kdiniston, Walker. I .8 Premiums Paid Dividend No. 27 5 ' 500.09' per cent 5,0M W 2,C11'.9 f W. O. vr" .v .A. T 22.0U Total ft70,2ft7 IM 1 Yt .' Ii ik I Itll.J. i'vy .nCairiuiijii, Huhf)!,!,' V kiuwimMUwi mMwuMQ nuuai Kuniiclley. S J. Umbry. Jr. t ' llT . Ii uocuesii'r, W M. Mntheny, Fund to Pay Taxes ;'V , Jl , - rf'll 1,V I" - --- . Wi4XMn(if v r-- f STANFORD INTERIOR JOUR NAL STANFORD. KENTUCKY f . nifiiftiiiaiiaiiifiiw,,$l ft &-v'- THE MU3 CAL FAVORITES. H0QWALL0W HAPIENINGS. a i.iWL,...-.--J- B um sflp klU V J' JIUMCf'.Vl! t);.'" Yi 9ft WknYouAreNotDo-- f ing Much of Anything f Jutt loafing around and enjoying yourself, you often are where you S want to look well dressed. ..x ajtvjsw&ci umse rj a wWey lr.&r H JkVt :."'i.rtl riknwtj: Jlti IXiiiBfc ".mm-- m iH .aaH (From tlognnllow Keiiturkinn) 1'oko Kaitey unt n letter ycslcr- tlny. It found him well. Miwcley Tcbo snys they have What's The Matter Th younc mother anil .r aw1 i "X .'4 . Uur clothes mane a wcu urcscu man, wherever he is, or whoever he is. Young or old, any size, shape or figure. We fit anybody or any with these clothes. O At the Opera House Saturday night, Jntmnry 6, as the fourth of the Lyceum Course. Don't fnil to hoar theso nrtitt. patented wheat threflhers and churns but that nil writing fe t ilt has to be done by hand. The Wild Union school-teache was prencntod with 'n Hiiek of by one of the pupils while he was bearing the grammar claw Friday morning. The Gimlet Creek wiiider, we un- ilrmtani), lus eliniiRcd her mind tibout tnnrryiug I.uke Mnthewslu, and m cleaning tho bushes off of the srnve of her Inst husband. Tbie Kxcelsior Fiddling Mand Kere-naI.uke Mnthewhln Wednesday night. While plnyin;; "The Down fall of Paris" th.y tramped down about two acres of Luke's turnip patch. The Blind Man, who reeently joined the Kxeelsior Fiddling Hand, complained that his turkey enme up missing the other ntghl nfter the hand had been nt his house pnietie-inncw-l'nngl- rd snu-s-iiKd! g. With Your Baby? mnr an oM Mm. nec-arll- ne, loo oft.n puitlisl to know the only Uxa-tlTop, Ky., lloyce. otua. of her chlM'n III natura. Th.y I. M itlvrn la Tip Caldwell'a th Hyrup Tepaln. Ir. loudness of IU cryln doxs not lailleai. tho Mrloutniwii of It. It hna bf n found to annwcr moat prfcctly rrouMe. It may nolhlnit mor tho vary RMtttr with It than a headarli. or a fMl all the purpura of a tniatlr., and lla hut of dulln.an. It cannot, of mlldrvrM and freedom from grlpta eoun., dencrllio lla featlnc. but aa a rommnd It aaiiaclally for tha un of preliminary, maaauro you ar oaf la chlldran. woman, aad aid felka nar-all- y trjrlax a aalld laaatl?. atle bowal mobU who naod a of Aawlean Nina tlma out of ton. vnu lit find It atlmulaat. Tkooaaada la all th. child nwda, for It itlaaaa.aa ramlllaa have tstca enthuaUatlcm about It aastary. and paTl.haeaa ara parhapa du. to oh. for mora taan a quarter oi atructlon or th. bwla, and one. that An von. wlnhlnt- - to make a trial of this haa th. hradache, th. ramedy lsforo buylna It In tha r.mlar rmnlld alnantahBaM and th. many other a drucalat at fifty renta or on war of eonatlpatlon and tndJvaallon dollarofa Urra Imttla (famllr alaal caa will quickly dliiappoar. a bottla aant la th hart of onmM. liy almply addreaalaahorn Tr. r. Don't aire th. Ilttla ona salt, catharrharaa Bt tic pill or naity water, for IhM will W II. Caldwall, 4t waaBinyi act aa puraatlrea, and they ara taa Monllrll. lit Tonf nam aa4 i atron for a child, la the famUlaai t o a poalal card wiu ao. vf XI, H. Ailama, Auburn, Ky., and Mr. anrl h. bn Cash for Accounts and Notes us conies easily and direit when you pluev I beta with for collection. We make collections mid look after iluiiim unywhrre in the United States und Canada, mid make mi rlmrge nnle Hank reference we collect. Csrmasn'i'wm Invite. MAY'S COLLECTION "if j 2 1 You ought to buy ours because they are best Suits $10 and up to $30 Overcoats $7.50 to $25 w 5 i Cummins & Wearen Stanford, Kentucky. OiOlCBCiO 3I&IOI rn Itf I "WE lSE" I L aa 1 1 Ki Please come in and settle your the money. a. count. We need Thanking you for past favors and , 5 soliciting a continuation of the same, IN o Hughes, Martin & Co. "lltlllUI kill f IB w m If' you want a Coat for all kinds of V'eatirer buy one of our raincoats. fX ft K B H P K n W. E. Perkins, ?. 1 1 :i a H'-- L AICNCY, S SwrSrset, KtfftNeky. Fit Smith has fathered his rum crop raise! this summer by his For Sale. 50 acre of timber wife in the aennt field near Hat pocket-boo- k m ,aud on Oltenheim pike Frank Cole-waSmith's moou.shine still house on m Koute, 1 Stanford, Musket Hidge.. thinks m docicUiLtoquit farm mnlce nbotit flffJs--He gallons it wijl to the For Sale. 600 bushels of shell: ing I will tell privately my ncre. ed oats, '200 bushels orchard grasa farm af 7 acre 1 mile at: a1 Kmhii and Isnm the two twins seed, 500 bales timothy bay, 5 fancy the Calf Rib quarter from Stanferd aear from thrown froni a neighborhood, Polled Durham weanling bull calves a were ranle. Friday pike Place con morning and sustained a compound A No. 1. Duroc Jersey boar. A. W. Somerset 08-tframe fracture. When they got up out of taint nice twc-ter- y Carpenter, Moreland, Ky. -one-third the roi.ij Ksam held the mule while A car of cotton seed and tiuxeed house, nicely arranged cattle Isnm cussed him. meal just received . J. II. Baugh- - barn with all necessary out Washington Hooks has announced J 00-roan & Co., and granery, that he will probably quit using talbuildings, cribs low enndles for jllumimttuig purA natural muley, yellow spotted big cellar under latter; poses n i id go to iisiinr coal oil, since eow came to my pluce September '11 with p never failing spring with new bearing that Rockefeller is no lon-L- tr Will l'atton, Jit. Salem, Ky. nt tht bend of company. William II. Lillnrd. of Hoyle purconefcre spring house. About Somehow, It oelee feller thennd Wash catti-frochased 40 head of 800 pound 70 acres under cultivation, i ever tiiiild wt tin speaking terms. Mitehel Taylor at H.ll.1 per Wlt'le Miilkiiif ovrr n nile of hot bought a bunch remainder in grass, tome hundred. He also '" "l ' M'"dn "" .nl from Ruheit Hniee, of this city, at and see it if you want one of liiiill l.llick Hellwanger burned the , 14.00. tnc most acsiraoic tarmtimiimu of his left foot verv bad. Grub Orchtirtl, What is considered about the best ind lie fears the deputy coroner ar load of mules, seen in this sew-li- around Stanford. will have to lie called in to nmpu-- li of the stute in n number of to one f his toe- -. If this is done ycnr.s was ieunl by Hudson, the I'lliek will liioe uly four toes left j The ltrodhend Dramatic Club preNOTICE TO CREDITORS. Atlanta mule nmn nt Mnck Eubnnk' R. D. 3, Stanford, Ky. or, that foot. sented "Uncle Rube" ut Livingston" pricweek. Mr. Kubanks 'lust Tuesday ewning and was well DANIEL BOONE AXLE GREASE place IJncolu Circuit Court ed the load of 'JO at $'J0." a head, but nticmled. BR0DHEAD. LANCASTER STOCK' NOTES i Amanda J. Ihian, Adinr. and rto anxious to u'' Mn. Hudson very w i Waller Miller and family hne Plnintiffs vs, U S. Doun and etc., KvLVr yl that they tjie beauties, confessed 1, Tilnimi Gilpin, of Louisville, visitmoved to Lebanon Junction. We And don't S. . Anderson bought S 12.")- defendants. simply too pood for him to were ed his parents in the country first to give up Mr. Miller and his All persons holding claims ngoinst handle in the present condition of pound Imp. iast Tliur?.!.... from of the week. most estimable family. fcauj to grease It is our the estate of W. S. Doun nre herethe mule market. Of this ear load. Samuel Harris of Lincoln nt 4 .Mis, Virginia D.nis, of Mi. Ver- loss nnd I.tbanoa Jur.rliouV gam by notified to present nnd file the was particularly and t 1 cents. J. I. I'ope bought vliiclt Mr. Ilmb-omin, "a- - the mi-- si of Mrs. W. F. ' A lnte crowd from her,! uttcndeit same with the undersigned commisbut once a . d p.irker-from (.'. anxious to obtain, all but one mare. tarter lns Sulunlm. the fuiieial of Wnllt r W.lllm i I Gun. sioner, properly prowu lis required none - uniler four ami none ner I'ruitt at ."' tents ami a doreu .Miss Muitie Wilinoit has leturii-e- d Sulphur last Monday. week. by law on or before February 1. hogs from l.mii Arnold at ix cni of ime. and none ueiuhs home after an .tt'liih'd isit with T. P. Chandler nf Lincoln count I Ct. D. Florence, M. C. 1.. ('. C. lc- -s and they all the nuiu jinee. thiin l.:00 pounds, fiieiids in Indiana. is here niictioiieeriuir J. T. Cherry's look as fine a- - silk. .Mr. Kubanks is C. It. Fluiiuery mid son sold -- 0 by CHAS. C.STOLLOILCO. Made m LomavWe lleiirv lirooks is in Hnr nil this slock of merchandise. feeding about 100 lini'cs this season, bjuu-l- of corn to lianks HmUon at week. -' , imrrt.h t Mr. Cherry will move to Crab and on account of the slump in ll.e .;i UM Thomas Wells .Ma-tKnbert t'ass is visiting in Orchard first of the year. lie will be satisfied if ;,t tlie same tiytire. ninrkit sa.vs it-& Stanford. he tan get out with a loss of no Tob.ieco growers hae succe-sfu- lMrs. I. It. Cable is Wsitiug her FOR SALE than 4.000. irore 1y Imil(1l,,)i their cops preparatory parent in th country. A number of .Marion county mulo to offering the brown weed in nuir- lop AM tht nid fanl'ly have denlerH have recently "come out the iet. vuie i.iviii!r at feet ed the fol- - mot ed to their new home on Henry little end of the botn" on their ship- lowing prices. D 20 COMING addition. ments to the southern market. The Mr. iluil Mis. L. It. Hilton, of Ur. W. Si. Elliott ayd t'olvin Hid-le- tt MULES. 'WILL SELL SINGLE snyR of some Lebanon Knterpri-- e a joint crop of II, 000 pound-- , tu St.'iufoid, ncte with her patents dur recent sales there: "Four cars of the Danville company at 7 cent- -. 0, ir,'.' Xuutsi AND IN PAIRS TO HIGHEST 11 Of mules were shipped from this pluee Mr. Gcoigc Hardin and son of A. itouling ,,000 pounds to same BIPDER AT THE NUNNELLEY three icoiug to Atlanta and one to Cecil Itenttie Louisi!lc, are uith Ml. und Mrs. buyer at ft Ilnrry ljizarus, the Howling Green .'1,000 pounds ut tents; at the Dan- Joe Puree1! this week. f.".-)STOCK YARDS COURT DAY, JAN actrailer. Mr. Lazarus boucht from ville It. (J. Wilmott, of N'eptuue, und break.s; Collier und Co U.OOO different "persons. Eleven of his load E. 1312 J. B. FOSTER AMD J. H , of Louis- - '. 0. Wilmott, of Knox wile Tciin., pound's to Charles were purchased from Young & ville at 7 See us before you sell, get mi.e cents. Win. Cotton spool Xniiis day with their moth- - WOODS, STANFORD, KY. llnee from Ed O'Dnniel nnd 4,000 pounds to Shelbyville ware-h"U- c in countrv or delivered. n three from J. II. Kirk. Young & Miss it Lexiugton, 4,000 pounds ut- lild wasICnte Wells, of Crab Or.h- - 20,000 people reud received $187 fjr their mules. the vniest of Mis Junel 11 cents; John Hum, to W. I'. Kincadi ismie of The three cars that went to Atlanfirst of I he week. 'llio 1. ,J, Are vou tulking to tbem 'cnid :),000 pountH at 7 'J cents. $ ta were shipped by O'Daniel & Shirley Tate was down from Mt. through iinvmi.fl . u A eai'lond of mules wen: liipi'i! Raley & Hamilton nnd .John nic'ht on business K. --- --' "rnon 'I Mtfr. Weilne-tln- y from lieie lo Mr. AnderII. Spt'tlii'g. The latter received Jliw. Ituv mill ,i Aii','ie Hunt, pril NOTICE TO SHAREHOLDERS. , his son, ut' .South Caiuina, -' in the i.,j;.i. i,.i'i an nveinge of a head for PHONE 153. Knii;., wvm,iIiw Mr. Haley rt and bunch costing fioin fl'J.'i to .fJOO per , the p'ay ntlended The regular meeting of ihe slmre-holde'$ mules,llnimltoii $120. ived .flll.'iother K. H. Price of Townsillc, S. C, uf Mr. The here Moiiilay night. of The, First National Hank Arm hud only disposed of half of shipped 21 head of horses and mules' Albert Albriuht wife ai.d hildreii of Stanford, Ky., to elect direclois Tuesday. Thisiuukes the thild o their load nnd got for them nn .(unction Tie visiting re- for the ensuing year will be held at sli'in:ent that MrrtPierce has bought i f Lebanon of $173. its banking office in Stanford, Ky., UNDERTAKERS AND EM und latives here, Jumen P Rogers has rented Emit iir Garinrit in the past year .Inhii I latum of Ailistou, Ky.', and on tho second Tuesday in Jnnunry sent to North Caiolinu. BALMERS. ALSO DEAL Gieszl's fnrm in the Crab Orchard Gene II, num. ol New Hope are here PJ12 which is January tltti 1012. II. section, paying $.r12 a yenr. Mr. && C. llaughmiui, Cnshici. this week. & CR IN FURNITURE. & MAT FIELD SEEDS. fiiessl is preparing to go to Itoseoe Pike is ut home during the TINOO, RUCS THEY WILL nnd will hnve n btcr sale of his Wholesale Cash Prices to Consumers holidays. Choice red clover 12.:"0, jiine tree C O & i O 'i & O & ft uersonal property, advertisement "f Mrs. Dcshic H!irsbj .is isiting her EXCHANGE FUHNITUf.E ' timothy 47.40 ami nil other farm brother .lohu Kobbiiis. which is found in another coliiiuu. POSTED FOR ALL KlNUb Of STOCK Wire fencing. Kendy-mad- e secd. Mr. und Mrs. F. L. Duilmm and Victory flon. their parents lure first of the wick. looting. Xelsou'.s FOR SALE PRIVATELY GIVE THEM A CALL. f'KlCE i I'be uou uh Dairy feci I. Write for samples and I)r G. M. Frith was in Stanford nearly liuntlns feiifon u to post uml In. oeroiie miu RIGHT. Mv f?rm of nlio"t 75 pcrps. more prices. You can sue if'' to 2." on Moinhtv niiiht. place. The cburKe U i!S conU cand ! W. Wrisht nnd wife aic iwltti name.) nr less, tvo n'les froii Stanford, on i inter and spring purchases. Pi'.r. Hernial) liiritul.. Willi (heir parents in Ouciisboin G. W. llastv ihe Pove'' rtbti' Ii? n nooil fra"R W. B"sli Nelson, ('. M. All a h(ii'?i nf 8 nines' " 'nm) C. T. Willsnn, I Li:.IXUT(N', KY. dining the hnlidnys. fiilli Phones ! H. Mauuiiii; L. G, Gcocli. nrt nil nepe,''"p,, ''iJin'Irip". K. L. t'antiill und fn'j'v hiivri ' Dins. N II. Plummer, given at .". movHil In Priocil'in, Kv.. We reun t Iteieheiibiieb 'if. ,, i TEXA3 W0NDEH. Jacob Gaiidei V. Fied Von Allmnu ' DAN TRAYLfR Trc Texas Wonder cures kidney w,'rv i'u'b In kim up Mr. Cantrill A tt it II llev.-es- . S. II. Haiighmiin m It. F. 4. Slimfoid, Ky. mil bladder Iroub'es, removing gra nnd w'f. P. o. ' m MIssik Etta Moure iiu Nniii'ie W. P. Helden I'red Von Gruenimin, ' enk mid lame jl cures d'ubctcH, J M. Gooeh .J. John HernL'. ' will buy sucks, ilicuiratisiii, und nil inegu- - MeWhorter und Kit Harris are ou iit) the article IV Win. ami John Huffman. ' Win' Peren, ' -fvities of the kidneys ai'd blndiltr J. R. Mve. William Cm die r. ii. in, I will have illustrated dSRLsM " tis inv Proctor js visiting this J. V. 1'iiiiuliMiki.. I.. P. Nunnelley, , '. ami factory prices sent you. u both men und women. Uegul.ite- ". ' MKsrirfr W. (1. Mel lee If nol ivcek in Ml. Vernon, in hildrcn. J. F. Goer, Mis. Inhii It. Ili'iils "loei'rv. Danville iluddcr troubles No, 5"i5 F Sc A. PiiiiHii'iul Li'iU'e Mrs. Fell),' Spoonnmore, Slnnfiird. Kv. Snlet inforo'd by your druvpist. will He sent John M. Carter. t flci 0. W. Kiiger. mation leportej- - for M. R. I. A. Inrue iv mail on receipt of .1: One muni' M. clecleil the InllnniPir tifficers for v. rjes. Mail order houses and V tile is two months' treatment, and th cisuii'g venrt .TnHnti Murders, J. II. Cameniseh. Mis.. Mull'e Whi h Seed Vnstoi. A. M. Iliutt. Sr. Warden; Sain'Castello I .e'doin fails to perfect n cure. Sirs. S. 1). Iliali. tu "Uls, UNDCPTAKGH ANO kVJ4LMf ORCHARD, K. . nriin II. C. Ilniightiuiii, fir testimonials from Kentucky ni d K, L. Smith. Jr.. Wnulcir Ouy Rob. K J. S. Iloeker. KENTUCKY. state. Dr. E. W. Hs'l 'i!'.'ll crU. Si.. Deaeont' Waller Shivel; Messer )nw. V 'JWt.C'ir.oMho "Mu.ienl IVor" ut ihr OpD'a House Snliitduy iVive street, St. Louin, Mo,, Sold by Tvler: W. 12. Grnvely, Treasurer; j NollccNo one ullnwed '! b.mi llomr Tin 'ttlr l'i,inr l7 U Fu Duddernr. i h mv f.irm. Jno. Rohhins. Secretary. i etfisi- nv, Clh. THE FARMERS 9 n, Nice Blue Grass Farm For Sale A CHANCE 98-8t- p. Havre Of Your Life To Get a Corduroy Suit or a pair of pants at off as long as they last. Come quick and be the lucky man. f. 3. .... ', THE BARGAIN PLACE L. L. SANDERS. Fred Von Allmen Kentucky. ht a! et J n 8-- -':! '.'00-poiin- i- 140-poun- d s eo a 2H&a& er We Pay killdS To Our Customers THREE-YEAR-OL- Highest Market Prices For -4 0 PrO duce, Hides and JsjH-ith- IJo-hu- n, FlirS 1- IJo-bn- - 1- -2 n, -- We are yetir3 for buisness. iie-d- H. B. Northcott. ,T. Tudor. i Muri-tliurg- rs TL Beazley&Co av-ern- ge reoi5y Stanford, Ky. a a Ar-zon- n, lfllilKIS 9 0 o eooo o o o 0 V ii1IHC0AT pt. on ; J. C, McClary - vis-tt'ii- !.' eiila-bu'ii- es , s Mt'-ii- ne -- ii t A' tV aAB KMair a?vwc-v; no - frr ! tr(i. -- .