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The Stanford interior journal: January 9, 1912 The Stanford interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images Shelton Saufley Stanford, KY 1912 int1912010901_sn85052022 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. The Stanford interior journal: January 9, 1912 The Stanford interior journal Shelton Saufley Stanford, KY 1912 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. V . it M .7.i Tr" The Stanford Interior JouiJNAL. YOL. XXXV1V. NO. 3 ,4 rilKSDAY AN!) FRIDAY 'V STANFORD. LINCOLN LANCASTER. Mr. Alex Robinson one of Lancaster's most highly revered Christians died after several months illness of general decline nge 70 years. He wus u lending officer mid long ft consis-- t cut member of the Christian church Ho was the last one of nix brothers who were rxeeplinnnl ns upright citizens nnd exceptional IiiisIiichh men. llo leaves u widow formerly n Miss one Denny of upper Oiirrard, daughter, .Mm. J. D. Paxton, of Stun ford And three sons, of Fleece Robinson nnd Oeorge D. of thin place, nnd Jacob Y. Robinson, of C'oluinbuM, On., nil o which uilt rise up nnd cull n him blessed. To the ones, is extended much sympathy. MtsH Mnymo Ice llnllnrd, enter-tninr- d nt n tl o'clock dinner in honor of hflr guest, Miss Carrie Doiilden, of Nicholnsvillc. grief-stricke- COUNTY, KFVTUCKY TUESDAY, JANUARY '.), 1011 BVKH III PRICES A FOR WEED GREAT LINCOLN COUNTY HORSE. CUPID MIGHTY BUSY HERE LATELY. AT PEOPLES' WAREHOUSE pftndid Averages Fur Tobacco Cm tlnuc Tu Be Readied At Cttl. Ike Dunn's Warettwse. Joyous' Christmas Time And Happy Niw Year Bring Bliss lo Many Loving, Hearts. 'i'hu Imppy Chrwtmua time and now ywi i wan tlm occusion of much , marrying ia dcur old Lincoln. I t K It P rs i ! it i Danville, Ky., Jan. 0. Two mom great day's of (obnecoy Mtm were had at tlio Peoples' Tobacco Warehouse litre, of which Col. L M. Dunn, U Altogether our 70,000 pouuds were Hold during "5th two days, Monday's a virago for all the floor snles being $12.50 ft hundred, while Tuesday's average of all the wiles wns 13. GO. Tobacco growers U)th pood stuff are triioot-in- g their cropN into the People' Warehouse hero mid petting big prices nnd it neons that prices will continue high. Homo of tbu heat Mill of Tuesday wore: By Pr.ttsn & Senge of Garrard. 275 lb Hi $14.75 270 lbs it 15.2.",. 30O lbs at lrt.00 225 IIm Stanfoid p Jl r ilByiTKilBy lovo sick couples who uiu hunting u uico quiet place ito i,el iinuruj buturdtiy night week I Ihetcna Uiicu for is proving a popular bonds at the home of tho brido's par- cut", of the 20th of December, in the riresetico of a number cf frlendn und rclntivcB, who extend heartiest congratulation).. Myers Vanhook At the sumo tiino John Vanhook, aged 31 Miss Xanuio Myers, aged 3J were also tnnda one nt the resilience of .Mr. Myers, tho ceremony taking on n double character. Heartiest congratulations nnd good wishes were extruded to the hupp young couple by their host of friends. -- FATHER OF MRS. PAXTON I ' DIES AT LANCASTER Alex C. Robinson Passes Away After Long and Useful Life Well Known and Loved Here Klder 11 C. Incey will fill nu t 12.75 14.00 11.75 7.75 17.00 18.25 10.25 12.25 1'J.OI) 300 lb nt J7.25 tt r nt nt 305 lbs nt 200 IIm nt lbi nt 10 lb ut ISiO Ih 420 IIm - nt the Antioch Christian church fouith Sunday in Juuunry. Wesley King nnd Mien Lucy Joms CARROLL PRESTON, 4383. of thirl county wire united in mnr-rinnt the Baptist parsonage, the A horse that i distinguishing him-e- lf both us a sire and in the show Rev. O. P. Bush officiating. Mnry Wnlker Prioo Chapter, ring. There were no better rings of colts seen in a ring last year than The tlio.-- c exhibited ut Imcuster by Carroll 1'icston. lie is by l'restou 022. n f the I'. I). C. met .Monday lifter-noo- n January Sth nt the homo of b. Wiisliingtoii 51, Cromwell, 73 Wnshington Deiitnnrk (il; 1st dam baby Fred 1'. und Mnttic Fria- l'uici' 7010, by Knoeh Arden, 2d dnni by Alniout Forrest. Cnrroll'Pres-to- n h owned b. W. U. Wnlker, Stun ford. Kv. ble. gt -- M Wtlr1WM' m 3 10 170 lbs nt 3G0 lbs nt Jlw 175 IIm lb- 3.15 lb nt nt nt 10.0(1 375 - nt 11.25 10.75 15.25. Acrfgc $13.r.O Thin Top could luivu Iwen bought m tho country nt fron the 10 cci'i; li- - liuyor offered 8 renin for it ihn netting the owner 3 vicr ver!n a p'iituu mro than th i grow- er nsl.ed. 405 llM.nt $20.0U 3Vi IIhAi 10.25 'lbi lb lit 23.00 5D5 llw nt 22.50. 5) tbu nt 14-- .0 ) 1.25 by House & Smith of Garrard 1U !!, nt -- i 25 H. nt 395 IU At 3t5 Ibu nt 330 II. i nt 12.75 19.75 14.00 13.V5. :tfti Ibft r.t .If! Ibrt nt !'" IIm lit 120 IIm nt .IG0 IIm nt J'.r Ibu nt lfi.10 l"i.'.5. 11.25. 1 1.7.1 O.CO ia.5(l 0.75 19.50 r 170 Hit nt "'0 lb nt i1 Average ..$14.50 V - 1 ip cor'd have been bought ii try nt 0 ceiitn; the buy l tie ci ifrid S crN, thus netting the i ciiIn n pounds more than owrer fl offtTcl in tin? b.irn. tl.o 0y Preston & Bourne of Boyle. 310 lbs nt $14. '25 300 lb nt 15.00 315 lb- - j.t 1 1 25 , '205 lbs nt I 2"i t ler 120 Ibs.pt 5.r.O 3(i llw nt lfl.50 , Arrugo ""By VulP'riR iJlfiiO & Ltc, o! Boyle. 275 lbs nt $1 1.50 3J5 lbs nt 1 1.2.5 205 lbs nt 10.50 2P5 llw ut 1 1.25 370 lu,. nt 13.25 lift -. n' M.,0 120 I- '- at 22.fi" I1- ' .'2li !l il A J 1.00 fitja' .tl7.no .r By Y.'l'itt nnd Bell, of Doyle: 215 lb. m -- 17.75. 1S.50. Ji'O llw ii '2ii0 lb- - i . Ir.T.. '2S0 lbs Ifiift, '250 llm ..t 17.75. 22a :hK ,t 17.53. 1 1.00. '275 His :i -ulxll.TTi. 2ti5 lb. 2s() llm t 0.25. 145 IIm .it 11.50. 3110 i.n nt 17.00. ! -- Do you know that fu'ly mm' out of every ten arses of rheiimntisui are llU'O.- - . 410 llw J uniseles si f ply rheumatism of the 375 l- - i i 15 f 5. due In eold or rto'ip. or rhp'tite 18 00. 305 1U nt rheiiiniitistii. mnl riiires im intrriml J20 Ih ut 1H0O. r.ti.rn 'ins siricd in courses.. trentretit wmvtrf Alitor Chitut- ' 11.H nt in.oo D. V. y.e Ldiott nnd fnmily have twrlnir's Uninieul fre,4v aiul 55 II u ft 10.50 isoMsl to the residence recently relief For ute l.uw iniekly It ri 270 Hi ut 1.1.75. of Dr. Burnett ho with Iih bv fl. I.. I'iiqv 3.10 lb ... J1.25. family huvu taken ijoomn ut J. I). 113 lbs nt 10.00. HuIUv'h Dr. Klliott nnd Haniett hive d,inihtirs. Mrs. W. K. Mnrm, f'00. :"0 pound i.t to prao- -' of KnojrVille, Mrs. W, T. llruwniui.'. , have for lived u partnership 5 ('0. '.HW lbs .it of Lexington. Mrs. frank Uneoti, it tier tin divine. "Average.. . .,?1j.S3 rrj f,wiriR invitation hna b.ui Kansas City Mo., Mishes ltettie nnd "By Wallace Goodu, of Adair: ireoled by mnny I.aueunter frien'H Allie Anderson, of thin c'ty und Hamiiel Audorson, of flnllotin, Tenn. of this popular couple. lbi. ii .25..'.0. 235 "Mr. und Mm. Jobn Rdminon An- the olv soi will be here to honor 110 IKh nt 10.75. u the hoppy occasion. Out of this derson nunnuace their f'ftieth ISO llw i.t 10.23. ry, TuM4y,-4Muurtha ninth blissful xinlon it' in u coincidence, '170 lbs Ut 17.75. ' tWO' llw at nineteen hundred and twelve two to thut not n Miip death hns occurnd 8 75. ' Lancaster, Kentucky. to mar their hapjiiucks. a.M f Avertfe. pur-iluiF- td i annl-vers- son of Mr. Wesley tlio nnd Mr. Millard .lohneoii, died after a brief illness of puciinioiua nt the homo of his parents 3 'J miles from town. Mr. Henry Moore has ncoeptcd n xpsiliim with the Oarrurd Milling Company. Mr. Monro formerly liv- ', j ,l( j.ninl jej; lt ms He nnd hirt U)UI ;,, South DtMn. uife will occupy the Arnold resi- deuce on Iexington httcet. loo F. I'lpco has uucepted n punt-lio- a ns book keeper for Hnsclden Itros., harilwiui' firm. Missionary So. The cicty met nt Ihn church with Mm. nnd deliverFred I. Frisbio pro-dining nn in.stnictixo and interesting on "Mission Work" in connection with "linniigriitioii." Mrx. C. I). I'owell wan called to Itidlimond by tho extreme illncKs and V. T ilea th of her bister. Mrs. hort. The iIwchkccI was 45 jcara of ngo nnd hud long lceii u jMiinful jMif frier flom (iiiilit. She is sur.- iivid by lit r Irisb.ird who is in the revenue iinsinesn. Mrs. John M. Mount entertained nt n Imndsoine well nppointed dinner party m honor of tho recent young bride. Min. Cnrlton Hlkiu. Mrs. Snllie McCorninek and dnugli 1rii Mid.imes Kanev nnd (loodloc. of Miss havo tented the ltcllu Arnold on Dailte ttrect. Mis Arnold and hNlors hini! taken rooms ,with Mr. nnd Mrx. Dnwd Itoss on Stanford tticet. j MiiSin. Shelby Mur.nu U in HilN-'borO., for u visit (o her a JMrs. Koy Asa Hnyiie. Misses Hughes Hays und Snllie Hunletle t I i.f Stanford, wirn uuesis ot 'Mix. James A. Hc.ir.ley. Mr. Steph-i- ii Wnlker. Jr., is in the hnpitnl ut Lebanon for a surgical operation. is isiting Mrs. Carrie Diuid-o- n hoi daughter Mrs. '., T. R:cp, of Mrs. W'jh. It. Cook and K'nlitiiiiiid. hildrrii havo letuuusl front a visit to l.ouisvillo fiiends. .Mrs. Joseph Arnold iiml daughter and grand- iluugbteis left iii'eiilly to maku tln'ir S. C. Mioire in Columbia. ' .Mr. olid Mrs. Ilouunl Hoeing, of MiUvniikee. Wis., aro guests of .Mr. r,r, ,lr . .i. V. Sweeuoy. Miss Uelhi I Arnold lelt Saturday night for a ' usit t. Mrs. J. W. Acey of Stan- foul. 'sMisr Liz.iu Young, of Majs- her giaudparuuts, mIIuiIs Msiling Mr. and Mi-h- . W. (I. Anderson. Judge iloimr W. Hatson, of Louisville has btiii visiting LaiicnstiT relntive-- . itw. Mary Phillips, of Lebanon is thVgi:"! of In friend. Miss Mai-j;nli' Knmuinl. Mrs. How'anl Kicn otMtichii'iuiil. linl, b' with her moth-v- r. Mrsj II. A. I'. Mnrksbiuy. Mi1Jiuiiis A. Uincley ciitcrtuin-s- l (I o'uJock dinner st an in bnnor cf her cousin .frs. Huwaid Hoeing of Mdwuukte, Wis. The .id-drc- n, o, Hi-tKm-inrei-rai ui K.P. S WILL HOLD FAIR HERE THIS YEAR SOFT DRINK STAND LICENSE PUT TO $500 New City Council Gets Busy Upon Goinn Into Office Many New Local Lodge To Give Lincoln County Country An Fair Again Site Chosen Stanford will hue u fuir thin fall.' Tins has bene positively dei ided upon y ily local lodge of the Knights of Pythias. The grounds hue been lenscd from 1M. Hnllnrd, about n niib' from the cit on the I.anastcr pike nu nihmrnblc sitr and u committee in now nt work Helrcting dates and making other arrnngerr.cntH. It ls plnniHsl to choose (lutes which will not conflict with any of tho other fairs held in tins part of the stnte. Diadem lodge, Knightrt of Pythias in ono of tho .strougeHt frateninl bodies Li the btate und with its Rpleudid membership Ix'hitul tho fair prohibition, it is bound to be a Hue-eei.- 'i. Pavements Proposed Stuntord'h new city council formally organized last Thur.-du-y night und elected Kd Wilkinson to the vacancy caused by tho removal of C. C. Oooch to Wayncsburg. An interesting though friendly contest developed between the friends of Mr. Wilkinson and those of llnd Holder-man- , the vote standing 3 to 2 between them, in favor of former. The new city fathers got busy right nlf the bat, nnd threw a bombshell into the ranks of some of their ardent supporters in tha riccut election by incrensing the license of soft drink stands ftom $300 to foCO a year. Thi.i will mean n eonsidernb'c addition to the city's revenues for the cuircnt year, ns another place for the snlo of soft drinks was opened up by J. W. Acey this month. I'lio CotitK il fixed tha license on poo. tables nt f 10 lor the Urnt table and ?." for each siibseipieut table, u riductiou from i50 on the first tublo und ! 0 on ench subsequent table. City Clerk I.. It. Uughcn present! d an excellent report of the finances of the city for the past yenr. His which - published in this issue, shows u balance to tho city's credit in the treasury of about $.1,500. There ate several outstandwhich will however, ing warrants, bring the total down to about $2,000. which is ii pretty chmI beginning for ll, While most of the pinna for the merely tentative, it is planned to have n true 'ountry fair, with floral ball, lair aro us yet and liberal premiums for funu nnd wtuneifr, work. Tho K. I'. 's hae alrelidv lieqiin to hno- -t for the fair, nnd preliminary work will be set on foot at one. vru-duets A BUNCH OF WEATHER Of Various Scrts Seen In Lincoln Within 21 Hours. Some of the weather known in Lincoln county in n long time haa been experienced in the last ii few days. On Inst Saturday it be-ua- to snow heavily, and the ground being slightly frozen "tho beautiful" remained until there were four or five inches of it. Saturday night it turned bitterly eoM nnd by Sunday mornim; U thermometer had drop, ped to four below rero. It rose to four or five above, during that day, but was still' very cold on Monday During Monday, it began iiiorniinr. to warm up very rapidly, and bv foon tin iinrenry maiknl nearly 40 decree' nbove zero. Murh of the jnour nulled off and it seemed that the cold snap was over for n vvhi'e fiiiv way. lh( new yen I. The city officials elected ench sir year by the council were chosen this meeting, as follows. City Attorney J. 15. Paxton. The warmer spell lasted but n few lioiirs, however. About dusk Monday evening, another cold simp blew up, mid the mercury dropped rapidly be. ing iieeonipnined by u fine snow. At seven o'nlock this morning, the thermometer registered eight degrees above zero, nnd the sidewalks nnd streets were almost as slick ns glass. City Marshal It. I). Carter. City Trensuier Wckh Rochester. City Clerk Ia IL Hughes. The members of the new council secrm imbued with a dcslie for better things in the city nnd say that they intend to vvoik hard to make 1U12 a banner year for Stanford both in improvements nnd betterments. It is "lipped" that n sweeping ordinance will be passed for tho building of concieto sidewalks on both sides of Main street from ono end of the city to the other. There are a number of blocks which linve Ikhmi neglected in the past which lire in bad shape, nnd this lew ordci will undoubtedly meet with popular approval if carried into eflct. Itev. II. A II. Ilend 1. for two public in- Utructioii of this stule, d ed ut his home in Cinc'mi'uti last week. His body was brourht to FrtnVfort nnd .terms siiperiuterdcnt cf .inturnd with Kentucky's illustrious ilrml. Thirty veers ago Dr. Hn-derswas one of tho best known inrd mwt popular men in Krnturkv. His gmit eloquence brousht cnlLs from Majlis. Odd Fe'low.i and edu- ' eatioual yntherinKS. ns well from rhurehtsi.. He was Cbuplafn lu s given the urmy auli nf IHpadief QnnerHl ns one of rank the rnmraNsIorfrs for the exchnnK of prionefs. He was born in Paris, Ky.. but wns'renred in Millersburg. He was the author of roaiiv bnnks. He s well remembered by the o'der men und women of Kentucky. on . Con-ffder- at ms. Miss Ijzzic liiiuglunan nnd Ernest Squire J Singleton said the words Frank, of Daiivillo, drovo ovtr, which united in marriage Aslilev At noenso und weru mado ono by Sims aged 28 und Miss Lola May Judge; Uauey. Elliott, nRcd 1(5. They were married 'J In- - bnuo is tho daughter of Mrs. on Christmas eve. The irroom is a .Maggie 15iuiylin:aii, nnd is possessed prominent young farmer of the south ol muny lovubio Iraits, beloved by nli end of the county while the brido who knew her. 31r. Frank is a sou is from Casey county .Mr, ind Mrs. J. P. Frank, of Dau-Mi- h, of Maso" martin mil is connected with the Alex .Martin, one of flw. ll.U, Frank Wholesale Grocery Co. Tho of Rowland, and brido nnd groom rotumed and wero known lcsiricnts entertained with u sumptuous supper well kuovin all over the county, wus ut the home of tbu groom's partiits. miuniU m the court Iiojsc lust v'cel; H Crcc 8 m U"3 aV" rc.Bfally "" W illuiin Preston und Miss Martha ' on January 2nd to Mrs. Kdnn Mason, ,' H cnduct Hughes also drove over from Dan- Mr. Murt.n.is 75 years of nge, but J "ch,ho that it is never too late to to ? cW ?CR to UB W,h his L? ville and were married eaily in Dedeclining spend Lancaster cember and have just unnouncid the wriL This was his SLeond ventuie. k d His bride gave her uge us 30. Judge , wedding. Tlm bnde is u daughter In early life he became a mem i .., 1l 1 SI f II. ll in .in. mm .iin. .uucit Jiigins lll.il liuilcy said the words which niade'iber of the Christian church and for M bus ii wide eircle of friends. Mr. tho twain one. one of its office- j many years was 'tff fl iPii'stnn is a son of Mr. 0. l'restou bearers and always a. Jlibernl conS&- BRIST0W-R0- 0T. ot Danville. tributor to its sentence, and benevo- 1 lent cnuses. Though a devoted nil1- Carpenter Colyer. ltoseoe L. tolyir, agtd 23 years The Uoot-evelOklahoma, Itecord hercnt to the tents of his church, he i nnd .Mi.s M.uy L. Curpiner, uged has tins notice of tlio wedding of a was in no wise n sectarian, but a Lincoln county young man, firm believer in the universal brother 24, 1'ioof tin! most promiucui young loimer people of the Kasi Kuil, wero marwhich will be heard with much inter- - .hood of man. Mr. Robinson wns held in the high- ried nt tho home of lie v. J. K. ltoii-ert- s est by his many friends here: t esteem by nil who knew him, nud ut Prcachi A pretty but quiet wedding of the" on December 23, 1911. Mr. Colyur is n son of Lol.dny session was consummated was well worthy of this considera- Judge Colyci, .u.d Is a bplcndid busi-i- n Suidny wouiiLg December 21th. '11 tion f,,r ho waR possessed of au uti- ss young num. I In bud.; is the at nine o'clock, nt the biuiliful sub- - usual number of the1 elements thnt daughte'r of S. 1). Carpenter, the u I bull home of Mr. a.id Mix. O. P. make the inuM citien. An nffee-tionn- tc husband und indulgent father well known tunur of the Preai liczi Ilri-towhen their daughter Miss ' Tno young couple Kulli Diistow was united in mnr- - a (kind neighbor as gentle ns n child ville section. .. havo the heartiest good wislns of riag to .Mr. Kobert Root, the Ret-- . S in disposition, patient; nnd forbear- everyone for a long and happy mar-m- L. Ciime, iinstor of the M. K. c hurch 'nP n follower of the Golden Rule, ihe wns truly-lovable nnd n lovely officiating. life. Shortly after the ceremony the i man. Wientjes Dalmar. A"cr ""era! services at his late A wedding which will be quite a brido m d groom departed for Hap- py, Texas, to spend the honcymooii residence nt 2 P. M. Monday he was AS social event among ,the prominent buried in the Lancaster cemetery. Germans of the Otteuheim section with an aunt ot the brides, after "How Blessed the Righteous when .vhich they will be at homo to their will be that of Miss Theresa He Dies." Wicntjcs and Mr. Frank Delmur. frit lids ia Roosevelt. Miss IJrvdow, is n charming yonng The groom is from Chicago where lie KILLED BY TRAIN nut his bride when she was on a lady, a leader ill church and social cJicles and endowed with many pervisit there some time ago. In !.' Dttdderar Meets Death In bis license there the groom sonal traits of character that has Charles ."9iri Chattanooga. ' 28 and the brido as gained for her the love and esteem gave his age as rtC nit Mr Wjilu.1- - ttnt lu nn Anfnp. 23. They win bo married m tlu ymirg busiiiths man and a1 A Chattanooga news paper hns with the full and pri-n- g Cu?4ifc. tilnireli of tho solid and substantial forming eoneeruing the accidental impressive cciemoiiy jH'if'rmed by cYntb of a former Liucoln county A host of f ei ds will firm of Stephenson & Root. 1 ath. I eo. luun who has many friends and re- They wish thein every happiness. hitives here: BR0DHEAD. will prolnbly go to Chienjjo to make Chnrtes A. Dudderar, nge 40 years their home in the future. Mrs. vTiIrann Gilpin nnd daughter, 100 Payne stieet, met death littsdayt Gooch Rogers. of Louisville, visited Mrs. R. II. evening at 0:30 o'clock while einploy-J- y One of the youngest couples mared in the yards of tho Southern Rail- - v Ilamm first of the week. ried in Lincoln county in a long Jus. It.irne'f.i lftuircd (o George way company, death fo'lovvi'ig sooii couit-hous- c nt tha time were married lifter he was badly mangbd fhe town eolUgts 'v'td:.c.day morning. on December 23, when Levi sT Walter Cloyd. of Corhin, nnd Kd- - remains were taken in charge by. Hogirs ugid 17 and Mis Aiu.a gar Griffin, of Marctburg, were in the I J. Sharp eomtiany nud were Gooch iigul 14 v.ere made mail and , Wednesday afternoon scut to the town Sunday n.ght. wife. The trioom is n son of John Mr. Frank Wiird and wife have residence. The dceused came to Ilogws, formerly of Pulaski ngo from Stunford V this city returned to their homo in Loudon rvg while the bride is the (laughter of TniltlliLv Itnt'iiK- - ('...nftrlv liVA.l TIRil ' visiting relatives here. liicc Gooch formerly of Pulasl.i He lenves a widow nud " Miss M.uy Otvensiif Ml. Vernon, Lexingtmi. county, ltotb piucnts gave their visind her cousin, Miss Mnttie Ow- - six children. The diifighters are:. written consent to the union of their Airs. ft. A Wnlllii i lu, lio.l lriltis" first of the week " : " children. 'ss W'il'i" f?ei,,.)n in visiting in her father: Misses .Mildred and ,I.il- t und Mirs John W. Hooch, aged 33, lian, nnd three sons, Charles L.'Jr., ". Mt. Vernon. Mimn Gooch, nged 23. wciv riiirricd Mrs. 'Itosnnnn Geaves, of Kansns Willard nnd --Marshall. at James Floyd' on December 21th, C'ty, Mu., ir w'th her brother, F. The dead man wns a consistent ' t in the presence of many friends and Fra leiseo. of the Fii-s- t Christian clurch relatives. Mrs. Tim Pai-t- 'r and littJo datigb-te- r van n good husband and wns es- Austin Leeper of l.ehaiiou Jurct'on, nnt wiii tenr.cd by n l.rge .ciiele of friends George L cpir, uteri 27 nnd nlativcs hen. oth Ai.stm, ngid 23, u popular A SPLENDID ATTRACTION Mis Ti'inpef-- Ward litis returned j miier couple of tho West End "veir, home fr'iin Reston wlfre .sbp has muiriid at the hone (f Gr en Mar- been t ruehing f or tho past H.x Wi'sical Favorites Make Dip Hit With , tin "i Docembir 22nd, a..d luu mnnllis. mnny good vislns of a wide circle i.f Mi-- s Fiance Potbesi if Mt Vr f rinds. nou was the guest of Mrs. S'lsie Notwithstanding tho M'ry inclo-Me-i- it Napier Johnson. Ch"-- y Mombiv a'd ''''C-diweather, several inches of. M' John Johnson; nge ''Jl. n jvromi-nci- it Mr. and Mrs, Will Carlton have mow covering tho ground a "goe3 young farmer, nnd Miss Mary returned their h.nne in Louis vit'e i crowd greeted the Musical Favorite Iwliich clime to the Stanford Opera .lane Napier, nged 10 years, sicuied after viretrmr her inronts here. In use hero a id were made "tie by MrsTom Hiinmcr nnd chid en of .IIo.iso ns the fourth number of the Uev. .1 (I. Livingston on January 4. Junction City, are ,v;sit'ng relatives Stanford Lyceum Club's course, I And to say the attraction "inn do Tlfir n nny friends wish them much here. lm'iiie.--- . J. R. Cass with culled to Louisville 'good" is but expressing it mildly. Ev- hist Mri.duy bv tin- - detth 01 hi . iry nt'tnher the four taleulrri artists Stevens Shields. renderid was ciitliusiastically ap- C'nrrrce Albert Miiuld ag-r- i 2't wether. nftenioon nfioiit plnuded, while seveial o the nnm- nst Mondiiv of I.o lisviile, uud'Mini u cule-nia- ii county. ,ieie 12 "l Air Bradford Albright's kouse bers. p.vrticnlorly the work of Mr. tIle Siwins, of ,r:intid llcecno hev and mad-- oni-o- r eaurht oi fite nrd bunird1 to the Artlftir lve simply "bionglit daw; ;he da xtlt ' u ti'iaaa by .hid.e ground. It U thought that it orgiu- - tho house." "1! The young meii composing the' 'io .mi ated from the fine, at.d vrs nrder Pn r u thn courihoiiHo. hi- - ace lke if 2.1 an I who hits '. 21 h'ftdwiiy lfoni he'p could be got- - Stunford Lyceum Hub for htiyittfci te-Mr. Albrrht und wife weie at thanks of the coinmutrtv Rlidtr-m- Wer. lot of t- Mt. Veraon r.t the time. The thre brought such a high-claVAUgtiM Liilder, ' ithrtbit ILld-- i n prominent aad ponlnr Girman ooti-pl- e emoll- -t 'ehiMim 'fre J ft hi home tractions to tho city. Their friends, ha.il left the buid'i IT n f'w who have enjoved the four Spam- -, secured Kimsimi lut wrei and bers of their course sincerely aof- will'; married on January 10tb nt nJuutsi before it wes iem afire ' that they will at, least ''coiue tut e- Doth hare many .friuuds OttenbeJio. Re K. R,rhvVe of Boi. eu" on the venture and tbey will do Cb.rcnss whJ will wish them Bsaeii hupiuiejis. " t.in roifesrid to the tnurdoT of AtIm so if the neople wjll pafeic liberal- 1.1m nanVj, svktA AAAA A- II .t. ...t.A .. .1 f . nA SO u w,U ,J Ollie A. Hisbop, z. ." 20th and will Mfa Khowrj lounii forinur and Miss Kuth fweethenrt and" whom he desired to February jiVMyers, a daughter of Joha Myer", put out of the way rant no migm young muv musicians nmern MIBBR Orchestral Entertainers. were united ia matrimony's holy marry na berrcss. ' ed Elliott-Si- j. i Mr. Alexander C. Kobinson, of Lancaster, died on Saturday last. Though it was known that he could not recover, the announcement of his death was a shock to, and the cnuso of universal sorrow among his host of friends. Mr. Itobinson wns bom in Garrard county January 25, 1833, nnd was l'10 fifn of tho nine children of the' j ,uto Jncop Itobinson nnd the last of t"nt largo family to die. Nearly 40 years ago he was married to Miss (Jano Denny, and is survived by his wuo and lour ot ins live children, Mrs. J. It. Paxton, of this place, and Messrs. Jacob, Y. J. Fleece and Geo. " '"" on' ," r"- - . , u' " ,f ouoruy uiier ins uwnri.ige-- iw. Itobinson purchased a farm near ."! 1 T JJ : I 1 1 I t, 'ri i. &'& w . JVf d n I to-d- ' :- , eo-nif- af-ar- ten-year- s t I Alis-Wil- ' t 1 dei-rrv- o u ss rt t. h-- In-l- " 11 tf.r- - J,:. r W ' "iii -' ifiutf Un4 m jsr- - TK -- r- jf M ?' 4 THE STANFORD LK INTERIOR JtlUff HAL STANFORD, KENTUCKY w - fl ?' CHv No More Cold Hands L ;RFECT10 9N8N(Utl JIMI Tobacco Ware- house Company. on Walnut Street Make the Following Report This Week. w t The Danville r- - 'ib-- i J I JL The weather so. far has been open and" DANVILLE, KY., JANUARY 6, 1912 A woman often does not torjcc what a cold day it is so long at she But is bustling around the house. when she sits down to her sewing and mending, she soon feels chilly. It is then she needs a Perfection Smokeless Oil Heater. Its quick, glowing heat warms up a room in next to no time. light it only when you want it patented autonatje The Perfection Oil Heitrr i imoWeta and edsiUu burnt nine hcurt mom derice iniuret that. It u reliable, tafe and economical alline. Handiome, too ticket trimming. THIS HAS BEEN AN EXCEEDINGLY OUT THE INDIVIDUAL AVERAGES. FOUR DAYS OVER 300,000 POUNDS. BUSY WEEK WITH US. TOO BUSY TO HUNT WE HAVE SOLD OVER OUR BREAKS IN THE PAST It it . That U the beauty of a Perfection Smokeless Oil Heater. alwayi ready (or use ; you can carry it wherever you please ; and you R THE MARKET IS EXCEPTIONALLY STRONG, LEAF SELLING FROM THREE TO FOUR DOLLARS ING TOE PAST TWO SEASONS. GOOD BRIGHT LUGS AND BRIGHT drum fiaiihed either U blue enamel or plain ated, with at HIGHER THAN AT ANY TIME DURON Dwlen turmlurt i ra tor Ana tlaoorporatM) dreato l aar atancy al f Ml afcrfc Rubbers m&mEm fcjLTwHiKsu' ava Standard Oil Company WHILE WE HAVEN'T HAD ANY $21.00 AVERAGES OF BASKETS, LARGE AND SMALL, WHOLE CROPS, WE HAVE $17.00 TO $27.00 SOLD HUNDREDS FROM WE BELIEVE WE NOW HAVE AS STRONG A MARKET AS THERE STATE. ED. IS IN THE SIX STRONG BUYERS YOU WANT FAIR ON THE BREAKS AT ALL TIMES AND BIDDING SPIRITHIGHEST MARKET IF AND HONEST TREATMENT AND THE PRICE FOR YOUR TOBACCO, WAREHOUSE COMPANY SELL OVER THE FLOORS OF THE DANVILLE "0BACC0 SREET. I ON WALNUT IS CONCEDED BY EVERYONE THAT We have any kind of Rubber you can wish for. r Rubber Boots, Rubber Arctics, Rubber Sandals. Cloth top Sandals, Kubber Shoes,Felts. WE HAVE THE BEST AUCTIONEER IN KENTUCKY. r 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-ett- e overcoat servicable and dressey and practically dry in blacks and greys 52 and 54 inches long at $10.00, $15.00, $20.00 and $25.00 the coat. Top 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. , e o All of these are the selected Ball Band goods. The Danville Tobacco Warehouse Company, (INCORPORATED.) We are sole agents. H. J. McROBERTS SianfordKy.. SAM ROBINSON Stanford, Ky $ l a 7 H. C. BRIGHT, PRESIDENT, ALLEN HI ATT, VICE PRESIDENT, J. S. PRICE, SECRETARY. PUBLIC SALEI - ft ft n & rt 9i he litiERioj. Journal. EttablltheoJ - n HELTON M. 8AUFLEY,... Publisher l"f MONUMENTS OUR DUTY TO OUR DEPARTED ONES IS PLAIN. OVWE SHOULD ERECT AN APPROPRIATE MEMORIAL 1 A YEAR STRICTLY IN ADVANCB aierad at tne rMtotllco at Buuv rd aa eecoDd clase tuall. n lf J ; J t w ER THEIR FINAL RESTING PLACE. UNLESS YOU A MONUMENT IS NOT EXPENSIVE SO. CARE TO HAVE IT CONSIDERING AND OUR WORK IS UNSU RPASSEO A LARGE WE HAVE QUALITY, IS VERY CHEAP. STOCK TO SELECT FROM. POLITICAL ANNOUNCEMENTS. For County Judqe. T. A. Rice announces his ciuidi-lui- y inr County Juilc of Lincoln ounty, suIjiloI to the aetiun of the party. itl. F. North announces his enndi-iiii- !) for County JuJe of Lincoln ounly, bubjeut to the action of the luuucrutic party. For Jailer. Peyton Parrish announces his aiutiilucy for Juilcr of Lincoln ounty, ouhject to the action of the it'tnocratic party- hU George DeBorde announces anilniiicy for Jailer of Lincoln coun Mihift't to the uctiou of the dcrno- rat it uurtv. Dink Farmer b a candidate for mltr of Lincoln county bubject to ho action of the Democratic party. ,M0THER IN ISRAEL Passes Away at Her Home In banks After Long Illness Eu- Wm. Adams & 42 N. Broadway. Son- - Lexington, Ky VtVtW FALL AND MIN1ER dTYLLS CONCRETING PHILLIPS BROS., Stanfsrf. Ksntuckv My new tall and winter oiuupler WbraMBc4MonMtfpailkloM ol con M Blue ri.Tiuu. antlna, taonwe can maa Work,tntng Ironir oif uo it.idjr ioi oiir lusicolluij an asa. in tact, MMt. We bem uiarkei kaawxluwotofcfeaM iii.m 1 be) ciimprlNi: ttie tu tu ou itaentio'hun caarautoM nrleiu cnii uit anyone puct. roa promptly enl Ualland oar work uBd material. material letItaat priori ui ciotrifo aiid. ii Older A "" at feeler roa ttor roar lb prolei jIiIi ''' lo iliM-sil- 'l Mrs. Morris joined the Christian church ut the age of 16 years and has bicu a fuithful member ever since. Her funeral was conducted by her beloved pastor, Rev. R. E. Todd, who paid to her memory c most loving tribute and to her husband and children he gave words of cheer and comfort, urging them to live so as to be nblo to meet her that has passed on before. Song sen ices were conducted by Rev. O. O. Thompson and children, which was of cheer and comfort to her loved one.--. Interment was in tho Eubanks cemetery, Janunry 1st. The prayer of the writer is that this long life of putience winy btnnllan those he left behind to a Longdated Christian life that they may meet as ono unbroken family in the Orent Beyond, where there is no more suffering, parting or pain. Loungly yours II. N. JACOBS. FORMER LINCOLN COUNTY MAN HURT Having rented my farm I will sell at public auction on Thursday January II, 1912, at my place, one and a half miles from Crab Orchard on the Mt. Ver at 10 o'clock, the following property: Seven head of horso stock; isol driver, sis year old, good anywhere; ono mare in foal to jack 7 yearn old; one fdly coming two years old, u good saddle prospect; two mules, ono aged mare; sufo for lady or children; ono good work horso, two milch cows, eight ewes, all good btock; 28 shoats; about 100 pound and good stock, Jersey caltcs, one heifer full stock, self binder tit good repair; threo turning plows; two corn drills; ono cutting har row; two cultivators; one mowini: machine in good repair; a lot of single plows and double shovel; one horse power well drilling outfit; a set of blacksmith tools; one tire shrinkcr; work bench and other tool in this line; two horse wagons and lot of arness and plow gear; buggy and harness and two horse pole. Household and kitchen furniture a lot of oak furnituro as good as new dining table and chain rocket, three small tables, couch, child's bed writing desk, Kalamazoo range and heating stove for wood, both as good aa now, two conk tables, kitchen cabinet and safe, dishes and other things too numerous to mention. Terras made known on day of sale. non road, beginning Emll Gleszl, " .- J-- m 3ai - ' Nothing.Better Try Oi,ie Can be run cheaper than any Plow. W. H. HIGGINS, Stanford, Ky. A Gainesville. Da., paper tells of a serious accident to a former Lincoln county man as follows: "Capt. .). J. Long, for several months employed as a conductor on tho Florida ru. made to jour lo ready mint limit' Ii more ttiaii read no tju.il'fj liiade ("o"i. ir .ii' and til la v.i.li.Te.l ki tit tnk ni'nu H fllianir i lot hen ai tticii titrt ali WtlOl f - ii ' FURS y Mrs. L. C. Jlorris, otic of tho best known and most beloved women in the southern pnrt ot the county, nnxswl nwH.v it h'T homo near E- lLtHtaaM If H M iT"lVaJPt .banks ou December 30, 1011. Stir uus it ycurs of ngo, U months una 15 days und had been ill for a long Though afflicted for many time. yours nhe never murmured but bore PLENTY OF LUMIER ON HAND htr sr.fferinsR with 'hriitiim fortiHo It ou want lo fur nil purpewee. JLt tude, always axpreaauig her willing barn, a chirkeu build, h home, a PROTECT YOUR HORSE reus to meet her Muiter. She leaves duff houe or a fence, iiime eiNip, M a broken-hearte- d ilrivmu ihi Wa kave Ali yunrBa'f husband and fiv.. ben-- for tat ssatartala. i children, Mrs. Ida B. Ambrose, of II MortH and eUee hi b.th roiuh won tli it. Ho an bualitM ie llorxc bliiikcts. Ihu rolie- - nil if Cincinnati, I A. Morris, of Frank-li- u, tBd'rlni4ied luwbeyand if we uan-tiouk yo In kirid.. nantity. nal rinue Iieaterx. Anil nil Ii i Ind., Mrs. Nettie M. Jacou... vi upnliv4 itr and prioa, asbadT can. Modicinert thnt M nature arc alHubauks. John C. Morris of Stanford. Ky Stonfsri. Kv i 0 MeCi, PY J. A. ALLEN. Ind., and Hddie P. Morris, of ways nintt effectual. ( hamberlriin'H the name place, one dnnKbtcr, Ella f'ou!h Remedy Hct on this plan. It T. hating pnsned on before her moth tiliHVH th pouch, rrlieve the lungx, MARKET PMCC.MW HMNMT FMMWFUMAIWHWEV it on July 10, 1SH0. Hhe is aiwo nine . open- inthe wretlnrii and aids tona--aI rpntnrinc the .vntem tunby 13 Krnndebildren and WitU Hr tal M SMMitnlnn. mmmmm.j? rM H,.awiitiaflNiiaf. rrat grandchildren, and a boat of henllhy condition. Thminanrih have fru Mill und lord oncw who iiiuurn testified to it ciipwior exretlmre. Sold Hv O L. Penny. J0KNWHITEICO.LwwlSVH41.KY. In,, file is no more. '!'" ot Unilroad, was brought to his home in this city Monday night suffering from injuries sustained in a wreck which occurred between Live Oak und Mayo Monday morning. Cono ductor Long' was heated in the enr when the accident, which ii attributed to a broken flange on one of tho car wheels, occurred. iYVIiimi the car jumped the track it in tlif spreading of the mils riiil weral cars were turned com- 'plclely over. Conductor Long was 'pinned under several trunks when 'the tingnge cor turned turtle, and the iron safo used for storing valu ables fell upon him, dislocating the left phnulder and otherwise injuring him. Several others were hurt, but I no one was killed, which is con- sidered n miracle owing to the gravity of the 8ituation. bag-gng- Vho 9fan u ho knows what a's von s go itr ataj o i&e J, LClOl Jtj care in diognoung $our ailnti.ts , Crab Orhcaril, Kentucky. Sam Reynolds. Auctioneer. 101-l- d SALE OF PROPERTY FOR SCHOOL TAX On-nr- tl, AND HIDES aiir-liv- rd The undersigned collector of school taxes for the McKlnuey Graded school District will on the 12th duy of January 1012 in front of the the PoHtoffice in the town of Mo Kinney Lincoln county, Kentucky, .ell to the highest bidder for eah. the following described property, one black horse four years old and one da: k brown horse two yean old mid being the same property levird on ms the property of R. M. Owens und F. M. Ware, by me ah collee-to- r. fur school taxes for the year of Iflll. the amount of taxea includ ing' interest penalty and" costs in 6143.27. doneits of his Iroatmett. Jr" Jciiows yo.t. east, Ae Anows what you not J to ivtiuaj your cvmtix lion; Ao presci ibes t:a mtdicint-jaxiocuny iacA of thato w 6a of the best quality, sack potsatitng ,'Aa vt tua hr attfbutes to thm putticutar diuy ! 9 5. When we put up your prescriptions, &atit faction followa. There are reasons for fc Pure Drugs, ample facilities, especial catc, accurate technique; these ate the things thai conduce to the result the doctor expects. Dr. Hess' Poultry and Stack Food ftenny s i S7 n rug Jiocft .1 Stanford, ZcntucAy. ' 1.3 R H. METCALP. Collector. m J tswr- MUFf - it my!yUM P JlJKt..uJi 4f waWMMfea ii if riiiJA-'1- - gjjkijjmtfg 2 Mi ."'a1B. '. 4 & 1 . . THE STAMFORD INTERIOR JOUR HAL STANFORD. KENTUCKY PERSONAL and SOCIAL SHORT LOCALS. For Rent. Fivo room cottngo with wntor works nnd good cistern; terms rcnsonnble. Apply to E. Wilkinson. We nre prepared to install hot wntor nnd hot air heating, plumbing 81-t- f. car., Conn Pros., Lancaster, A good answer to a very familiar objection is given in tho following nrticlo in ono of tho religious weekly Try Sloan's Liniment f ir your NH2 papers: "You, enn't liuikn people I01WANUARY W. S. Fish represents anly the don't rub ju,t lay It en moral by law." Of uoursu not. Neither 2 56 best and skonnest Insurance lightly. It goes straight to the sois can you innko them healthy by law, spot, quickens the Mood, limbers up Let him keep van tratected. hut thic is no argument ngaiust law. the muscics ana jom-- j anu sumvj Laws nie not designed to make men the pain. I ayi agent'for tho International either moral or healthy, hut to progasoline engine and feed cutters, tect thrnt in person nnd property, in Here's Proof licet on the market. J. L. Beazley, their homes, nnd in nil their interMrs. Julia Thomas ef laclson. ests. Doing this they promote morCal.,wiitni "I lute uacd your LiniTO THE TAXPAYERS ment for rheumatism with much ality by punishing eil doers nnd re. st mining these who would do evil. All property oa which tax is not Martin J. Tunis, 1C3 ICih Ave., 1 HaFiH They also estnblish conditions favor-ubl- e ralctfon. N. J., wnlesi paid on or before January 10th will 'I was a to morality nnd health. crlpplo with rheumatism for two yean and t could not movo ot all j had be advertised for sale. W. L. r, to lie carried from place to pWe. 1 tried remedies nnd could not pet A pure-foo- d law inny not compel 102 It S. I 0. Cxrd nie up In good shajuj until I tried Sloan'i Liniment. One bottle n mnn to eat healthful food, but it now I alnayt have a bottle In tho house for n.y nifc and children." and prou-ntmen selling Imn, under false ) Fresh sunnlv of International labe's, ulml is iinhealthfiil. A lnw M. Unirios of stock nnd poultry Mr. nnd Mrs. J. food. E. T. cigarettes duos not tnkc ngiiiu-s- t 101-2- t. I.chntiou were j;ucsls of Mr. and Mm Pcnco nway u boy's appetite for him, Imt Kiiicnid sovcrnl dnys Inst 1. it presents men selling them to him Uriel; store-rooweek. for rent on cornnd so pmtcclsMthers from the for Mr. nr.d Mrs. John Owsley Itcid, ner of Main ntul Lancaster streets, A law of the appetite. mation Ivlt for Jncksonvillu Fin., thw week. opposila court house. Possession nXiiiift saloons may not mnKe drink Mr. lEeiil will represent the Ititiek Innunry 1, 101:1. J. S. Mocker 08-ing men temernte, but it creates nn Automobile Co. there nnd ut Tampa. environment favorable to temperMrh. J. T. (lover mid i;rniid-MJack 1 ance. have icturiied from Middlerihoro nnd There Is a great difference In life kills any kind of pain. Good for Neuralgia, Toothache, Lumbago and The i f feel rf good laws is to to-da- y. Corbiu where they Imvo been visit- insurance policies. Mutual Benefit Chest l'alnt. Sold by all dealers. Price 25c, SOc. and fl.OO. inal;e it to do right nnd hardMoan'i Imf.k on linnet. Cattle, Hop oJ l'oullry lent tree. AJJrru ing friends nnd relatives. Policies arc superior. I can show er to do wrong. We have seen a 1'rtif. O. i:. Kverett, of tho Crab DR. EARL S. SLOAN Boston. Mass. not buy the best? R. M. Money is a good thing to have if you lose your ocstatement thnt in n certain town in Orelmrd Urnded School, and Clar- you. Why Mnino the present generation of cupation with money in the bank you are always K. Woods, of Crub Orbard cumo Newland Agent. ence young men have never seen n saloon loun to tho Ljccutu untcrtniutni'iit independent Step into this bank and let us talk FINANCIAL CONDITION OF except ns they were away from home FOR SALE MAKES A RECORD Saturday night ucompnnicd by two it over. CITY OF STANFORD, KY. There nre no drunkards in tho place. lui;lily young ladies. soMr. and Mrs. George 1). Wenren, 130 ncres of land between L. & Jack Beazley Leading Gasoline En The people hnvo not been mndc conber and moral by law, but the of Stanford, nr with friends in this N. railroad nnd Stanford and Crab To tho City Council of the City of gine Agent In The State ditions under the Ifiw have been city for n few days. Miss l'enrl Orchard pike, being a portion n Stanford, Ky. I, the undersigned, to sobriety nnd morality. Stanford, Ky. Koute, of Iltistiunilp, i4 tho pieat Pennington tract. Has on it would submit the following as my reG. Carlton, tf Mr. and Mrs. Ktigenn V. Pope, on a new bouse nnd tobacco bnm. port for the year ending December theJ.International district manager for It is so everywhere and with all Surplus $4,098.02. Capital $50,000. Harvester Company good lnws. A law against gambling the Inuastcr pike. Danville Advo-c- Terms easy. Mrs. J. D. Owsley, 31st 1011 vy: who has just moved his headquarters houses protects agniust the formaDeposits $75,499.13. a. tf Stanford. Receipts: E. C. Wnlton "blow in" from Cash on hnnd Jun. 1, 1911 $3,033 37 from Stanford to Lebanon, snys that tion of the gambling habit. Laws W. L. McCarty, Pres. M. B. Salin, Cashier. Fl.n., this rooming. Mr. WalCntarrh Cannot Be Cured Received from taxes 7,319 'Jfi Jnck Uear.ley, the. loenl ngent, hns ngninst the social evil, the sale of ton in negotiating for the purchaso Utilh UK"I. APPLICATION', u tti'7 nnnct mu Received from licenses . . . .1,167 SO sold nioro International gasoline en- daugcrous drugs, prizo fighting nnd ! ot lb dwiM, tKUrrh U ft blAna of rmuitt to rur of a neuiipnpor in Kentucky, and tuiwiokl dlwx. ftifc) la oru- Ottftrrti It ymi tr.bt uk Received from lines 123 10 gines in Lincoln nnd his territory other brutal sports nil create, ns tnurnftl rrm1. JUUi itr H UIm la his mnny local friemls Iiohj that he they are enforced, n healthful enftM ftrtft uiHia lh bWMHl ftrMl muwuft Received from insurance . . 128 35 . to not quark IIUi cunh than nny other Internntionnl Agent vironment and atmosphere nnd so will decide to locjto in "Uod's Cnun- - nnM vm prrrrlb.1 brcurt o( 1h brst itlinlruna It oof ftftd M la tAU rouitry tat fi mrular prrioiinM or th bmt tonlra known, rombmru try' Again. TOTAL It M mm pi $11,771 58 in the state. Mr. Bcuilcy ha3 sold promote morality. r. brat bk1 Ith Mr. nnd Mrs. K. T. Pence, rs. W. tnoroutor viirfarr. Tn prrwtsnjnc airrrtlr on Inn A doctor who had lived two yenrs nine engines in this vicinity in the We have had experlenc with many roroMoation of tho Eczema. Psoriasis, and other skin Expenditures at hal aro cause! by myriads of remedies for skin trouble but hav-- r J. Dozier, and two homh, Mrs. Jas. II. two IncrrOlroU ratArrb. pfmlurra urh onnrrrul HtmI lor is still pushng more n a town when it wns "wet", and who troubles work In the skin. Unless never seen such remarkable cures oj past month, and la rurlrut frrr. Paid For 1,'trma nt r ) riir.Ni.v ai.. itop.. ruiiu.a Wright and son left fur Hay Springs destroyed those from V. D. 13. Prescription. Insttlieso serins pW4 br DnmHla. por tit Supervising $48 00 sales. He says that ho lias found also hrd the privilege of living two they rapidly are promptly multiply, gnawing Uelr ant-relief from the, vary flnt.aCplt Tftaa lialC ramur Viim for ranottntllm. x " Mihs Inst week. They htopcd off years in tha same town when it wns nay deep into the sensitive tissue. cation. Cnru of Prisoners (1910) ...161 CO his advertisement in the Interior 'dry1', so confident that D. D. D. We are awful cnusts nt Covington, Tcnn., where they will said thnt before the saloons 1'Mh 1h what seemed that mere Itch, will reach your case that It will cost und 1,130 06 rash When buying n cough medicine Officers' Salaries Journal has helped him grently in were voted out he had to da twice may That worte and a develop into a, you nothing If the very nrst full Bl row make nn extended visit to Messrs. 21 75 falls lonthomo nnd torturing skin disease bottle you to make good everyofclaim. . for children bear in mind tlmt Cliixin Taxos returned any Dnricr and Wright, win are in bust. mu'king these Hales. The confident have skin trouble is much work and got half as much with Its years of misery. If berlnin's Cough Remedy is most ef- Collecting tuxes (balance) ..199 16 Don't take any chances! Destroy the kind we certainly advise yon to dtotf l there. " he said. "I do half germs at the beirlnnlne of the trouble In and Investigate the merits of J Ih Water and lights that the people gctiernlly seem to pay. 3,755 00. with thut soothing and cleansing wash, V. anyway. We know that U D. U Mum Knto W. Waters, who has fectual for colds, croup and whoopKxtrn police 45 00. have in thn International Company as much work nnd get twice r.s much the T). U. U. Prescription for Kcsems. ben suffering for nome time from ing cough and that it contains no Rcpniring pumps A 25c bottle will prove this to you. 1U help 700, its sni"s, undoubted, nay." Do you know the renson whj't 20 70 to stand iuflainmntory rhemnntism, slipped harmful drug. Sold by G. L. Penny. Interest big sales When the saloons were open many 35 61 ly hns much to do vith the. SHUGARS & TANNER, DRU GQ1ST8, STANFORD. KY. nnd fell on the icy pavments on 33 45 which it enjoys in Lincoln and the ehilden were only half fed and hnlf When given as soon as the orounv 30 per cent of fines Mnin wtreot and badly sprained "iotned. anil, or course, there was Lumber B 40 surrounding counties. one knee, the one which had been cough nppears Chamberlain's Cough Strct work much sickness and the father could 2,001 02 by tho rheumatism. Remedy will ward off an nttack of Pauper aid nirmt nffeeied tint pay the doctor because he put HUST0NVILLE. 20 60 She was earned to her homo where croup and prevents all danger nnd Cnrc of hoso his money in the snlonn. When the 29 10 Thousands of medical attention was given her, nnd cauf of anxiety. Misses Sallio nnd Lena Hack de- saloons wore voted out, the children Repairing hoso 8 58 hho was resting as easy as possible mothers use it successfully. Sold by New hoso were fed and properly clothed. More168 75 lightfully entertained Friday evenG. L. Penny. utinr tho ercunistnuces nt lust Fighting fires 37 00 ing of Inst week at their beautiful over, the father hod money to p.iy It pays to vote "dry". 175 00 home on West Main street in honor his bills. Rev. J. G. Livingston will preach Work on new Mr. nnd Mrs. 1). W. Owens enInsurance 63 84 of Mr. Tom Pack of New rustic There aro 1hoe who say otherwise: tertained with nu elaborate sis o'- nt the Lognn's Creek church Sunday Printing 175 00 Indiana and Mr. John Rack of More-lan- d but they are most undoubtedly wrong clock dining on Wednesday in hon- morning nnd evening, having been Tnkinp census The reopening of snlnons in StanAU report n delightful .a'e. 15 00 or of Miss Lonnio Goode, of Stan- called to tho pnstorate of tho con- Serving notices 1 00 Thof-present were: Misses Nannie ford would give a black eye to our gregation there. ford. .itletul'd grndd school. Now, peo-"l- e Police Judge's books 12 45 Cooper, Mrtttio l?ihop, Mabel Tho irue-t- f were Mr. Den Goode, are sending their children to Miscellaneous ne'ets 25 75 Minelio I'ruiit, Ada Dunn Here's n great offer that was nevof Stanford; Mr. .1. Addison StevBalance in trensury Bottio 3,517 80 Pruitt, Pcavyhonse, Lillic Stanford for miles in ccry direction enson, of (!cori; (own; Messrs, Lon-ni- u er equalled beforo: Tho daily Knd, Sadie Kails, Zula Fads, Besie When drunk men frequent our pikes (Sunday excepted) and KiMiincrs nnd A. It. Mdler and urnal TOTAL ....$11,771 58 Kiffe. Fdilie T. Cnrpentcr. Elizabeth n.tretits will not bo willing to bend tho I. J. both ono year for Send Minn Helen Slack of this city. their boys and girls as they now do. Assets: Stephenson. The dining room was tastefully your subscription in quick to tho I. Firo department . .' Middlesbnro bus saloons nnd as a $1,200 00 Nowton. Johnni,; Messrs. Sylvester decorated and tho menu served was .1. offlec for this otTer is good only Citv hnll buildinc result there Imvo been seventy eit Mndi-o- n 125 00 Newten, Ray Cnrpcntrr, decorated and tho menu nerved was during January nnd February., tf Cash on hnnd 3,517 80 Sandidfo. Jmnes Hall, Algnr Weddle, nn n ki'led in Bell comity in the last ilolii'inus in ever detail. Thu ocDuo from L. & N., K R. Co.. Oeorge Iltibbn'-il- , Clifton Snndiilsre. two yenrs. Tell mo the nrticlo you will buy casion was one of tho prettiest inIn the lat two yeurs tlicro have M 303 00; Eniest Ford. Ben Pruitt, Jtt-ti(estimatetl) formal louipliinentnry nffiurs of the soon, I will hnve illustrated cata- Due from Crnb Orchard 2 00 Kinney, James Stonhenson, Stnner been thitly two election held in logues nnd factory prices sent you. holidays. Winchester News. Duo from back taxes (listed Stephenson, Jnmes Hanson, Kmmons Kentucky to bring saloons back Senator It. L. Hnliblo nnd Tom John H. Hit'i'ins. erocerv. Danville by Auditor's ngt) 500 80 McClurc. Muck Penthouse. John wlieto they had been voted out and nvcntie Stanford, Ky. Sales inforKnnkin left last week for Atlanta in only two enses have the liquor Hicks. Roger Hicks. mation reporter for M. S. I. A. large of mules. wit hn eottplo of oar-loaneop'o succeeded, viz: Somerset and ?U.UUU 1ft TOTAL Mail order bouses and factories. Some of tlioo hybrids are as fine ns Liabilities: oWJKSTHlC" Howling Green. nny that have been raised in Lincilu clients. In Onllntin county, fifty two per Duo S. W. L & Ico Co. In mnnv years according to tho opin put of tho voters signed a petition year rent $1,877 50 ion of tho best posted mule. men. nnd to h 'M an election to vote snloons Duo for outstanding warrants 3 25 command MRS. McGILL they will .undoubtedly ark and tho "drys" won by nearly Dun jnilcr for 1011 sect ...200 80 n iflti leniority nnd tho county has e,ood prices on the southern market, Duo marshal, Dec. Salary ...33 33 vl notwith-tnr- d up the fact that tho dev'ji BROKE DOWN Duo for mifiOAllnneous nccts 122 50 oulv t (100 population. mand U off on account of the low Not nmount'ovor nnd above price i.f cotton this Gives the Real Facts In Regard U 3,771 78 liabilities CHAPPELL'S GAP. TRAINING SCHOOL for TEACHERS Hi Her Case and Tells How, She Mr. ni.i I Mis. John Frazior, of COURSES: Preparatorv. State CertWcafc, f B TOTAL $C009 10 Suffered. Ufe mlma. CountV Certificate Review, ' vibitcd fricmls nnd rein- f I'jiiitU"tl-Respectfully Submitted, Special. Tuition Free to Appoint, ' j. I it . s. In: u Xiuim. Jonesboro, Ark. "I suffered a com L. R nuuiir.rs, uty LicrK. plete break down In health, Bomo time Vrs. nwio Dulton hns moved to KxpetiHeH Very Low. Ask About It. Artistic Catalogue Free. Addrwn KO," writes Mrs. A. McOlll. from this Her mnny friend-- . I. G. CRABBE. ''ic'i Orclmn: 1. Constipation is the cause of nimiv : President. : : :. : : Richmond, Kentucky place "I was very weak and could iii.u't to seo hor leave. iiilments nml disurders thnt tnnke not do any work. I tried different Mr. Jtilin 0. Bogie ivho now lives life inioernble. JnUe ChnflierlniiiV remedies, but they did me no good. I Tifhi !. ille will occupy the iilaee One day, I got a bottle ot CarduJ.' It SUinme.h and Lier Tablets, k"ep .!.(..' U , Bi'rvliH liven.' your hmve1j reirular anil yon will . -much C V,. J. II. Ihrri nnd family and Is what people say bf our Restau- did me so some good, I waa surprised, nvnul these diejiM'S. For sale by more. and took .. 'r-V. fo.lke' were llu iients Defore I took Cardui, I had headache G. I Penny. rant.' Everything clean and nt. STANFORD. KENTL'JKY f lr. nml Jfrn. Nfiirtnn ("!hnnnpll and backache, and sometimes I would V'num dit.V. and set ed rromptly. Come, take p cry for hoars. Now I am over all that, k Mitrtha Thomah, of Tjineas-Ju- t arc! a meal with u and let us thaw yoc and cm do all kinds of housework. I . nine up i m.iko her home think it la the greatest medicine oa 3 It Iit fa'ther, Mr. K. D. Noakc. fresh earth." on hand We always haye v1 Or. Whltahall'a i M . OMie Hcnts of Lebanon, spcpi In the put flftr yean, thousands of fruits of all kinds, Cakes, Candle ladles baTO written, itka Mrs. McOlll. 1.HEIMATIC REMEDY jsIkos: !'Tim with hirj pnrcntt ho 4. to tell of the benefit received from Thi., riirstmns trie at. the school For 15 yr i Etc Etc. Staaoard Haraedv (nr Cardui. ' Ylmr-duy- . aU foraii ef Klieaauiieaa, lumUco, Uoocmher '22 wns Cuch testimony, from oaraeat womea. goal, toic muKlM, stiff or iwolun surely lndeatea the groat value of this r ly iittnidrd nnd all report a nioa folnu. Ii quickly relieve! the ivf tonic remedy, for diseases peculiar to . C. asiiwt reduces too fever, sad ellmmatrt. womea. Are yoU a luCorerT Yes? r-rrr funwr 'i'"! "" " M'ssex yfioltt nrd Grace Harris the ooIkw from aao erttMa. M ctntv Cardui la tba medietas yom need. urge you t,o try It a boa at 4ni(ijK. Wo i'l"d Mw. A P. Konkrs Monday. RMtamrantwr Stanford. Kentucky rw I w"h some of UWA4vatW,haftt. kwflf IW 9 WfQQ wVBv &9M you Hojrwillnw M4kin Co., Chat'anoofa, f ., for PpttUt Br. WnKall MaarlmlNa Ca. TO-DA- Y, tnila kat. HaM TMIaM 'vntxir. w mid come again as we like Ky. Eva .Stanford, mt. MM. . IM . leal Ua "nwr. s W0M. onr new fine. i!icv-mntiscem-oanles. Mlm Fnllio Mill Cmij; hns been piitn ill of toiinititt.4 for novpral dnjs J. N. Snundcrs was In London on lognl business Monday. Mnrfrnrct liltlo daughter of Mrs. I'cnrl r'rremnn is ill with pnoumonin, Mr. nml Mrs. 8. P. Htnjrtf, of Lexington .were the guciU of friends hero enrly in tho week. Dr. J. Tl. Owsley continues confined to his linmo, though snmowhnt im proved. Mm. J. J, McKoIktIh continues nbnut tlm snmo, tho seems to bo holdinR her own fnirly well. Mrs. Sullio It. Huufloy linn returned from Wilmorn whero hIio spent Homo timo with hur daughter Mm. 'H. M. Locnn. Uov, nnd Mro. I'. L. Jlruco liavo returned from HprinR Lnke, Tcnn., s. where" they iK'nt tlio Christmas holi-dny- a3 MTV M4 Relief Rheumatism O CJ from O TEMPERANCE COLUMN spnee is engaged by fy the Tcmpcmnca Comniillee of O Lincoln County. t I'hw 0 3 Make this your Newfear 7V 34 esonmon ." 1 y, bet-tt- s , , m lf i SLOAM LINIMEMT J I am going to Cut down my expenses and put some money in the bank. I can live on a lot less it try. I will start a bank account , I ea-.i- a STATE BANK & TRUST CO., , fyt Eph-rait- ar I , "a. 1-- n, -r -- illr-f- ttr nmt-fin- r-- m HjrlO-- GermsSpreadinSkin - in 'XwW i isi AS I ' lu ' Jolt: "Z.1Ljz $ I Vm 1 M D tm "To-dny- B faaaaal U i IT WONT BE A by-la- HAPPY NEW YEAR T ' Mc-Clur- e, Courier-Jo- I f the loved ones are not protected from the cold and kept comfortable and warm during the next i ew .1 i $-- wintry months. The best way to do this is to burn ' n- BAUGH MAN'S COAL It BAMAN ...... 1-- -2 In your stoves and grates. Phoneus to send you. a load now. & You Always J. (o, Stanford, ,: Fee! At Horns A GOOD PLACE TO'EAT. At Tiio Cfrfp . LINCOLN lOrrnal CC7JNTY BANK - NATIONAL .. f FIRST NATIONAL BANK' , rhejmatis:; r tOf Kf ymrfrimir iruiact vu m-- n PROGRBSSIVB; STRONG ACCOMMODATING CAPITAL $50,000. And Seeking Your Bank Account K. L Bovir N.B.-ffW- Open an Account With us SURPLUS $2f.OAA2! ;, Wf M-r- ser.: ?' i- v - t . FA' ' rHESTANrORD INTERIOR JOUR HAL ITAHFMP, ft Vl- KENTUCKY o 001 ' - 0EBf Ml40lf THE FARMERS 800 IiuhIicIh of .hIicII-- il oiitn, 200 liimhclo ordmrd pmcis oeil, .'00 bales timothy liny, fi fancy oiled Durlintn wcnnlitifr bull rnlvox V No. 1. Durpc Jersey bonr. A. V. Kor 5 Sale CasIrVfor Accounts and Notes comeB eitnily and direct when you place Ihem with im Wo mako colleetlotih nnd look after claims nny where in tho United Bin lea and Canada, nd mako no chargo utile- -, we collect. Hank reference - for collection. . B k' s Inventory Sale .CJlft, tory and in order to reduce our stock a3 much as possible before that date, we offer our stock of 'nrpenter, Morclnnd, Ky. Cerrespondence Invited. MAY'S COLLECTION AGENCY. S nmerset. 08-t- f. t n rc Hi r C3l3 X we wili ta,1e 'or annual inven- o o FALL & WINTEE G003E Consisting of Men's, Boys' and Youth's Clothing, Overcoats, Underwear, Hats, Heavy Shoes of all kinds. If you are in need of anything in our line it will pay you to come and look over our stock as we certain- ' ly can SAVE YOU MONEY and give you first- Wanted. Some rtops for about f0 aherp. S. J. Ktnbry, Jr. GmiVko I'otrey bought tho nicq o farm of o!) neres from Mm. Nancy .1. HIiiRlctun, went qf WnynclmrR fJlO for name. Ho will net possesion nt once. 4 r'ield Unw., Hold fuirrttnjf steero court day to V. 0. Oooch nt 4 lc. On Mceount of (tin bad weather J. U. Fiwter and J. II. Woods did not britii; in their mules to auction N'umielleVii stable. Tliev will brim. them in on Febntary court dily however mid sell them then if not of privately before then. j. i. mm4 miia n pair of four- ear-ol- d liorso mules lo It. I). IIullz. 175. He then M i law Monday for Ixiiiijlit from Mr. UolUelnw a pair of horses imvimr him lit-tl3-- ' Kentucky. -- - A CHANCE Of Your Life To Get a Corduroy Suit or a pair of pants at d off as long as they last. one-thir- 'it -d Come quick and be the lucky man. four-year-o- ld o 0 j . jr'" M m. r A' Jit i -- 5 J' Remember when we say COST we mean it. So NOW is your time to take advantage of this sale. Thanking you for your past patronage and wishing a continuance of the same We remain yours, class merchandise. c a Cummins & Wearen, Stanford Ky: g&frRi:ng r'a iTlielHcmeot Hart, Sclialfncr & Marx Clothing: jr ,ihr i 11 . , -- o a & asss HQal$w.ftl J fi6Saea66fif WARM to 1 KEEP V. il .'! 18 Nice Line of Blankets from f 1 ' $1.50 to $7.50 per pair Comforts from $1.50 to $2. 3 ll Hughes Martin & Co. , g Stanford; Ky. igG-3"6i:Kn?- iftfleaaaeaftas Ladies' Coats We have a few Ladies' Coats which we are closing out Ui M :V.E, Ki . . BB lk Perkins, ' ! T CRAB ORCHARD, KEffTUCKY. ' . ' .' C ft,Ifl.ncw 1st. They are clean, scient.Uc ' . nni. "priao; nouse About preparations thnt give unlverBnl .. .. . vuisincuon ana nro pleasant and 70 acre, under cultivation, ugrccablo to use at all times, . cmamaer m -- -... come 'ia. They are not experiments, and see it .f you want but nre proton cures for cvry form one of of skin or nenlp nftcctious whether the most desirable farm. on infant or crown persons. 3d. They work on a new nriuci- - arounu Stanford. .... . i pic iney iio aot gii,iv 5 ibS L-surface, but they . ..M, ..- - It... I.I ...w ..v.t.ttv ,.1.11 draw tac , , Dr . u. o, dtaniord,. Ky eei'in lift, frnm tiMjl..r..b,l. n... . :.. ' ' end dstroy it. In tKs wuv n com- - l" -. pii-t.lory pi'i iy fit" if. cure is effected ir any cast it (' JJi others, of Kirksville. of hkin or scnl eruption. hiiilorsi-iand nold m Stanford by imchl the 20i ncre farm of the late I tho Penny Drug Store. " iJ. Walker, lyim; in the Knst 701 suliurbi for 'ft)J..'50. (S .cm Tenter, of North (hiiRitd so'd 10,000 P. ft.' MfBOC? Kin-a- id iHiiitids of tobneco to s ut from 7 to 10 cents; 11 r Hudson sold 0,700 pounds at Dan-ulKIDNEY TROUBLE HSU EVES DEATH OF G. C. OVERSTREET from ;i to II 'j cents. IN T'.VU HOURS V. A. I.ear, Iuicaster's hiistlin: Tlti-- , luubla man and faithful hog trade bought up mid shipped worker in tlio Loul's iusMd fiom that point ns A Speedy Cure many asflOOpork to lii-- . rivuril on thu U8ih of Dm in., I wm Moral IVM 'zrrr trs in less than u week's time. rw r: Mi bo mui-l- i bein fa froKi her 1011, ) piiuuraoniu of but umwiPDTv nvwrroa tlio me df Dr. Kiluiur a Hwiiuip-Hw- it That's wbr proflla rt la tbMp a few duy.V duratioa doiiu; its fin hisInn tolloun' are u number of rulilhi. t.i . nn ijki, im .. i. (bnt 1 bilifVe it will bo iborit iinixir-tapurcha.seh: rnftta fil.a war h k b.l.b 1UIUMUS ... "- I......wivh bw. iuui mm iHw jww n ishi'd work 'upon u body already titv tit lumoitut. From A. Skinner 45 200 i.oiind for the jublic to know of an Ve ,i, boforo finil fur somu jear.1 Jat. J0I1 soI w, Iioks at Ti cents; from A. S. Skinner worth, IJieeijhed wat. the vouucst and 20 12j pound porker at .'4.40 her iji eounirv nr delivered. toveu-Iwith k;dtuy ntul Mn.l.l.t,"'1. tr.n.am...s hrutW .,f William hundred , from J. W. Scott '.". 180 death pound hogs at ." l'. cents: from lioublr. 'Tlio bnrniti pain was ter- - i r vnll tolUTIy cln nt tha worntt, not Stanford ia 1873. nalr laoa lwr hep, tot In trry odmr Jesse Simpiou 20 ulilo. I sent to von for olio trial d Ablrual hogs nt joirr iUr. TL! wonder work Overhtioet Tj cents from Huph I'hristophe & bfltllu of S.p.R.M,t and it reliev- iutihui wiuiiTvtiiij iiiu ri tVVTT (i ' rfood it !.. 200 11 boss at 0 cd n.o hx about two hours. After ""S cents; from - aiiJaMiu'lUUTr7ouucpfirtjic od coo K. mivm it wonarmt ISDO Oeont!. Kic-Itcou Lot lllot ceat d r 13 130 lb hogs ut $4.00; C ditunt-rtukteg the small trial bottle, could J f'1' ,odu,t.L .1 W. Scott Jr., 00 100 from feel o more pnin. u pur.had one I?1" . lb hogs jZ mhvt "( ' iaiiij. bf Vbm h" .Tl"! J0 c,",7;b i"1 PHONE 153. ut 4 cents, from Thos. Gniw .'10 1 50 cent bottl. of S.a.np.Ro.t. Af- JMTViaaa.u. 100 lb hogi- at .f."i.3."i; from Hob Ilettu-ler tnkhs tho eoatent. lmvo not felt KIO lb fcis .it r cents , frtiu Willi IN.44I 4.4UI1I IMC AtUl.rtn III UlUtl- Ji . l1 Cvttr"t-- t wns "' at .Simpson i:i 125 lb hogs at . An utr fUtLe cent ti at from N. T. Graw 15 120 lb hogs low are at liberty to publish this at '., eolleu for voims .uillcrsuuri; Huurbon coiuitv. Kv.. fl.:i5; from Smith i i t i, m Thompson. 0 125 tha.t Method fa lb hns UNDERTAKCHS ANO EM Yours vi' at $1.50; from Jno. Hill lri ( fstitutiot, iu 1870 the Keing 120 pound Iiol's GALMC08. nt 14.33: from he. ALSO OEAt. "" Ut lie lliitfmau G 300 pound )hl'h nt r, R. No. 2, BoL 39. Gulnetboro. . T0-.-" ER IN FURNITUnE. ma t VM la imiiijf removed to tnc 15.25 from, Wm. White 0 150 lb hogs jrj.can nt 5 cejits; from llufus .Moss 15 100 E. T. PENCE, JR., Stanford, Ky. TINGS, RUC8, THY Sworn to and subscribed before "'"V, Witt ' ml, "" thrtUBhom lb hogh at $4.25, fiom F. O. Hill 9 mo W. P. Dodson. nunt,d of EXCMANOfc " pop,.- - 180 lbhog!, n',d.WUS. ?"Pje...lly fUHNITUPf. 'the Peace of Jackson countv. Tenn.. fl ' I ,ar wantom uud in Lincoln conn- - Hroaddus 11 nt lb 2Iiol'sents; 5 Wm. ,in ..p W Ml AVWV hU t..i iono 130 FOR ALL MfSOti Of tiTOOn 1.4 at V ty. Us tausht tho lailLiiairn iu-- i POSTED & cents; from T. II. Itobinsnn 2'2 00 lb W. P. D0DS0N, J. P, donees of Christianity, miutal and hogs GIVE TMM A Call, mum,, --I at 4 -1 cents; from Price raorai sciences m tho mstituto for Houriic 100 lb Iiol's ut .4.33: from Letter to RIGHT. 1 l'be liuntinu ioaon in mum ii umi girlH and youn women nt (his place I C. A. Kobiuson 37 100 lb hogs ut ueuriy ever) one huiu (o mhI Ui, Dr. 'Kilmer A Co., duriiifj his pnstorato hero and while 4 2 cents, from II. T. Lornm 5 150 place. Tim chance Is 2b cvliu cum BlnG.itfmpton, H. Y. the isehoo wan under tlio mnniiL-n- . lb hogs at $5.25: from Dai id Joins wltb name.) ment of that popular and el'fie-cn- i Herman HirkoU. 15 100 pound hogs ut 4, l- -l cents; G. W. Hasty Prove What Swamp-RoWill Do woman, C. T. Willsou, Jfrs. S. ( Truehtart. of uroni o 0. il. Allen. YOU. 15 1C0 poum'. hogs ' Ilios, llicks, For Ii. 0. Gortch. J. II. Manning fn 1874 hw wi , VirKiaia. mar. ut fU5; Dan East 8 150 Seed to Dr. Kilmer & Co., Bing- hots Heiehenbnch Hron. N. II. Plummer, a lo Mwa ,; U...7-rnuk, ,. ..... i. i ut 4 cents; from H. T. IIP. 4 Fred Von Allnun 111,(110 .,!..: . i.iiuilMiyu, v v iur 41 i., Jacob Guu.ln an able and ..;,. pium, Ih 4 148 pound hogs at 4 4 cents; from Multie H. Hewe. It S, II. Ilunthuiui. . eoiivmee unyoni'. You will . Matt Privet t, 4 130 lb hotrs at 4 nlso rrcinn n bouklet nr vhI'ihMk W. P. Helden Fred Von Gruenigaa. "UlV.Xed by hu .?,r' .. t.M- - W,r' inform,.;,,,, ,ollW ..II ,.. cents; from Oscar Jlny 7 150 pound John Ilerrog. J. M. Goocb ! ttm' uu ""'y t',i' ,,,' " Vri i. hogs at 5'cwits; from Stee Hilt 10 Wm, aud John Huffmuo. ' "":bJfldd,:; AV,iHn irS MM lh 0.n.trrot William Cordier. sure btanford J. R. Myern. ... ...... ....... ........ 200 lb hog ut AOOj T. L. Ymitw 0 mi.-- l 'M J. W. Iluuchmun. I. P. Kunnclley, '- - I Interior Journal. "JVZTi wa ' completed I 150 H)uud hogs ut 5 rents. wusical . m j,, i W..i J: F, Govr, Mr. W. G. Hoik y Tour yeara couwutlv, Mn. Itetlio Spoonamore. Srll BOOKKEEPING O. W. Koiwr. John M. ChHt. -0W Uv" J. B. CameuiHch. Mrs. MattieWhiU TYPKWXrrSiGuA I,h .i.,M KVr n(iirr!i .,i,c M.,n -UNDERTAKER ANO CMBAL.MEJ . i ' Mrs. S. U. Hiatt, Sam CasteUe TELEGRAPHY lor nttumu awk O. u lVnuy for 'ft For Hule. .10 mt.t nt rimkor II. C. Uauuhman. E. V.. Carson. Ilyomoi outfit. Up, ipinrantett it. ' Meaner Uron. .'utuPrm Ultfnhplrnikp Fru'iik f'olet J. '8. Roaksr.. jl,'e ns riireefed mid eiid TANFORO, - KV Notice. No on allowed to' lin'nt Jf((l'rot)ounco it IU,'h.6-Mo)V- " mnn, rtont l Stantnrd, Uwii3u;Mm n Offle Tkoas U7. . Houi 'PtM II Fox Dudderar. . t- llawklnsville, 0u., nt fJOO eneh. The are about .J. per head than the same mules would lme sol for a year ao, and is nttribut-- d to the decline in the south which has Inn a deprcssinir tendency on th,. valuus of mules. Auotlur ii dilioti that bus contributed to the nr decline iu mule mines at this time A the scarcity mid the bish prices of tent, wliieli has bud the effect of keeping; piopoctivo purchasers off the market. When the season opens ... in the spring mules should be in deV mand ami will likely brins fair prices tho farmer likely put off buying B but ns Ioiik as possible. Tho market should open in February. frs. W. P. Kincaid Pold her spotted ponj to W. H. Iliirton, of Iin-as- ti r last week. She received $l.r)0 if for the little baiity nnd he was worth nbiive lor Ihetn. Tliu Paris Kentiu-kini- i tells nf n roiilij of bi nmlo an follows: Two important trammc-lion- s wi re closed this wr ck by local men, when tl) head were disnoseil of :it an ir.erniru price of WOO t er bend miu Iiuim: a sale bv Chirk .t i!e. ZEM0 MAKES ASTONISHING ECZEMA CURES H Clintot'k, of 1'nris, who sold L'l head of maro mules, from four to" si "We Prove It." years old ami 1(5 hands hmli. to Asa F.very day ZKMO gives nhef and M Jewell, ot Kcxiimton, at an nvern.ue cures men, women and children in priie of fJOO per head. Ilie other was rJ..:.i-Hnvinir s.v.&..ijr-r- -ii . VI J town iti America whos iitade by, thu firm of Cnywood & i Tj torlunug l'ng I will sell Tlinmpson of N'orlli .Middletown, who .kin are on llrf with P"valcly my c .,..i disposed of head of maro mules Kf'KMA rnsheK n.,.i aCrC0 1 mJ!e and lour to hit years old, and Mteen burning, scaly, nnd cm-tr- d skin uu.i from Stanford nenr blinds hipb, to (,. W. Jordan, of seal,, humors. f.'lOO n dal, tl.C THE BARGAIN PLACE L. L. SANDERS. Crali Orchard, Kentucky. Nice Blue Grass Farm For Sale 1 ,. ... I Vi ii.r , quarter f ,. ZKMOiindZKMO (ASTISKPTIC) Somerset pike pace con. SOAP, two refined pieparatious will j tains nice two.sfnrv f J you Mich ciuiek relief that ou(rinii """- ' , . "" .,...!.. arranged . cattle dl tW'l like a ne,v pW0II. W.: dvo jou throe reasons why . " S,, and oil out- .. .. d,nB cribs and wc recommend mid endorse Zr.MO irrf.nr and emo Soap for all km and Vth Lip cellar under Jitter-unl- p u "y eruption. (never fil;n t ' c Kr3. -- I Fred Von Mlmta j. l Lan-'iisi- er We Pay " le Highest Market Prices For vim-yar- m All kinds ot Pro- ot ii Furs. duce, Hides and Ovt-otrit- J ni-n- ! t j."""'".V ? "2. f&?. '"""c ", iH-t- lj0-Hiun- H. B. Norfhcoff. -1 T. S"; Tudor. Mrr. raanotVv-tart- fJ' -1 4 JIj B3i3. ey&Co - 'yP'y " IZZAto W' .. i i,n. .J'' Mya ia, "J - 1-- 0 1- ot w. MUa ry i, L.j Semi-Week- " ,..i.. .... ,... 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