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The Stanford interior journal: January 12, 1912 The Stanford interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images Shelton Saufley Stanford, KY 1912 int1912011201_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 12, 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. i naa VOL. XXXVIV. NO. I. The Stanford Interior Journal rTANFOIU. LINCOLN COI'NTV. KFNTU( KY FRIDAY. JANVAUY OF PURCHASERS 12. 1012. m'lfY "A GIRL OF THE MOUNTAINS.' GET GOOD PLACES TI'KSDAV AND FRIDAY H 1 AT PEOPLE'S HOUSE ' On Committers In House and Senate haxn rend with much sorrow the Oo.irtl of Directors Arc Elected For All Tobacco Records of Danville And Farra and Dotmlas Arc In dentil notii'a of Mr. Alex C. RobinEnsulna Year Two Prominent Broker Thursday Bv Averaoe of Tues-1ii'Good Lcalslatlve News. son which iiiH:iri(l in your Younn Men nn Lincoln Board. Several important chniigc have $21.50 For Croo. edition. It wus u imiiiif teuiit heen mad! within the pust tew dns Lincoln rnmitvV account of the life mid death of one Alo-- t elating to tho mile mid mnimgcmciit fared erv well in therenrrntntives A records for prices on the loose: of the banks in Lincoln couii- lumiunmciit ol Plnns fur the Knitllit h of Pvthins j of nature's unhlcmcn. Tin1 article lenf mnrkct nt Danville were broken the onran-I7.fitir nt htunfnrd worn fcet im foot cm cis the ground mi well llnil there Iv ele led their hoaid of diioetor.s "f the estate of the Into W. II. ini'inbersof to committees at llniiun nt the People's Warehouse Thursday the Senate nml lull Una with n whoop nt I In- - incrtini' of (In is little Ictt to suy, hut I eruvo spare ut the auuiiiil stockholders' ineelinir i'l raylor. Dan Traylor has taken when an nvcrusro of $21. fin a hunweek. Mr. Tmylor's home pluce, iiielu.I- - sawn Senator It. L. Hubble was on .liiiiiinrv tltli. i Irwlsp on Thursdiix night when of-- I dred was paid for the crop of Jason the 'iminrrlunt chairmmishjp of y.ni to give III)' luimlih' views of Tlie First .Vational of Stanford re- - ing the Traylor distiller, A. T. of Afnciilture mid State fair and .Meadows, a well known Hovle counleers and ilii rotors wore rleeteo1. this Siitil of Tarsus of men. ty farmer. This is u record price. placid upon the following other com elected its directorate with mi Traylor and son having reliiKiiiishnl mid orders given tlirm to irn ahead Over thirty yours ngn il wns my (liiume. The Lincoln I'mintv Nn. their pnrt in the deal whereby the tnitlci".; Coimnerce and Common lor tllU tobncCO market in thin nor with plans mid iirnngemonls for the pood I'm tone to meet him mid from ( tuners. Hxecutive Affairs. .MihtarV of the state rind crcnted much tional did the sumo. However, imm purchnse of the distillery property Aiiairs. Mines interest among-- tho erowers who irer,. lii? exhibition. and Miiiiiil'. that tiino I had known him most in- - l.cliii, IIil' II. rxt of the . present with their crops. Unusually the vus made at the fxccutor'H sale n Itepreveiitative Will II. Shanks known to Ittmif nil James II. Wood ll 1111.2 nlu'iiva ti nlfitiuiiiu high prices for the weed have been nuiiies of Sum ,. F.mbrv. .Jr.. and .1. few weeks uko. Dan Tin lor will W'lls L'len the chainiianshiii i.f the -, to hiii friends ns ".Jim" Wno.K , ,,',,,,., flp received at the People's Warehouse I oinmittep on Intciual liiiproenient mfv Y. I.'ochester were added to the run- - operate the distillery upon the , elected President of the fair bvl , .. i n; i wiiuin tne past week or ten dnvs. in th,. House and placed mi these' n it ter in the nluees ol' K. V. OwnIcv. Imsis Hint il lias heen run in the rii'i nv ii i mi in iMti 11,111 'n and Col Ike Dunn snvs that the mariicclumutioii. and those who know stiuiulmil and a lieiiedielioii. oiiinuttees: Appronriutions. CrimiWhen of Columbus, (la., ami W. IL ket is iri'ttimr better all the time. p- -t mid ujion the mime standard, it nal Law. Forestry. Juvenile courts him nml everybody docs, know that Shortly after the Mendows' snlc nml Children's Home. Public I'tili-tie- s. lio will make an ideal mini for the I lirst heciiine business milliliter' of lor. deceased. Hold of the new direc- - js aid. 'mother high nvcrnev. which is alpopular or more the Interior Journal, over J.i years 1,,1S " place. No tuoie nml and the most prominent r. S. Triivlnr will fnke mw the Will II. Siiffruiro Will beF.lections. '" most up to the new record, wns twin I'lipiihlo otficuil bend could have been iiijo, 1 frc(iiently met him at courts Sllllllks III (leiirn'ii ViMlliu' men of III untv mid Wlll'DiiddenirV inill nn.i.eitv. an.l r- for I be crop of Whitsctt Ucan. of Hie next two or three weeks. found, and he will ''make good", .lack lor Hovle. which brought an average T '.,, si..ii,1.ii.1 InokiiiL' nlliT his horse and iiuilebusi K11II1I. ltcurlev. mid M. It. .Salin were elect- and he wiih of grout insistnneo to Piove aluahle udditious to the hoatu ,.,.. i. ,. s $21.10. The Slate llauk & Trilht Co.. elect- - :i i1IW i, ,,.,.. : ,1,,, ,ls(. ir ;a liess there. He will inukcim effi.rt ' ed Vice Presidents, and .lames I'. me, lncutim; pillions of the pnpvr ' " "" ' "" lou'it hack to the IcL'islnture in time Altogether 80.000 pounds Cummins, was ehu-e- ii as Seeielnrv and Fining a good wold to those id its directorate coiiuhci1 of .1. I). .pciiciK'cl miller and will have com- to linw Ins vnte recurdid on most I ,,,e ncw version of the successful sold nt the People's Warehousewero Mr. Cummins has whose names I was making nml Treasurer. on an el- - Fails. U. Fenny, (leorce I). Flor plete rlmrKi' of the ., riiutsdnv. tho whole lot brimrinir nn ., ,, .. . hnd much experience with Mich work mumiKcmcnl. ',!!' !.!? ,""?,lr,,IMl "'ensures which four net society drama. "A Girl of average, ' sulisonptrori list. ence. W. II. Duildenir. .1. "' . Wil hv all "" " of $13.70. before, and is aeknowledu-eGrowers are conic up nt this ses- -I remember no well one court at Jmh liam- -. .M. F. I.umii'iht. Ih. .M. .l. L. Hubble hns ' " Mountains", which comes to the trreatlv pleased with the trentmeut ion. Senator to be tho man for the nine. MARKSBURY. The hoard of directors chosen was n,ser. j ml done poorly in my I'hilhps. W. V. Loiran. L. II. Ilimhes. .l,,l..V:V.!n!,;,n?,'t,1!.,'1V1' Wl1'' Stanf.-rOpera House on Mo,l,.r thev nro receiving at the People's Warehouse and the snle of the MendI'oiioii.is ni mines ami ",'""""in Frankfort for the remain- - I1"-"- 'W. S. Deiihaiii. I Ienrv Anderson an.l ... s Lalvn ' hns an lnterestitiL' plot ows will he .1. L. w"rk "'' '' """" ni"1 ueiui vrom p Bruce. 1. !.. Heck. "l-,I tmt Hubble, is with . rosier, of Garrard Thursday xvere ahout it. He re- - h'. U Collier. The same ottiecih el'1 ,,,,s llonilpv. Sum ,'iiHtillo." Turn ,11ml is full of puritv mid sentiment der of the session. Ends. '"''I Mr. Itohin-o- n Mabel Huiikiii for a several he hank were Ifcpiesentutive John M. Farra. of elmrm of ntmosphcre mid stimni.' in detail as follows: .1. A. Hnrin. J. N. jdied that he would .1. ('. KubuiikM. r' In help me n . day'n stay. ,,,i"-Mrnofce. Jr.. .1. Will Hont. Shell nil j,,,. l!!vrior'i,,l,ll,l.Kri',,,.,i'i.,!,1,a',-,as--o,nj t " tiiiifliiiiir loe story., we'l 250BrbsJaaStnS2?eadOWS- - f Bov,e' rnv .M....,-.iu- , .... ..... . f V. II. Weareu. II. C. .. , FROZEN TO ROCK. Snnflov. '' lci.i-.j- e Ifoijeis and wif. of . ... aml ""'''"'""v Presented. nn.n prove,, u. 330 lbs nt S9R j.n.t .1. II. W.....1 Ciiiciimati, came in a few day nice ...rrtanl parts ii, the lenitive Vcs- - ,lM B lbs at $24 .. .. ., I. moii. reeeiveil tllle committee It was voted that the nract.ee of "in- l IIil iimM valual.le to the 1. J. . , n.M.ie.w rpp. M.I.W. whpi. .III1. 1..1. . . ......... III 1MV .1. 375 lbs at $30 .11lll Mr. Furra was placed IN LOVING MEMORY OF io of the Iiuiii'.ied or more I attended in ucheis lasuuiL' eoiiiiiumeniarv Joe Ross Catiullt It. 180 lbs at $15.25 liouc mi the premises of her i'uthc III the eliiiiim.'iiishi.i llu. Ifi.ml I... entirelv elmuiiiiled from the con-du(.'arrnrd'H ciipital. I mention this in. and Iliuhuavs Mi. C. K. ioin.lc.tcr. whirl. eommitte of this fair. This practice is culeiit meielv to slm (In- - heart CURTIS EGBERT. 356 lbs at $29 290 lbs at $21 of enerillU nbused In a lent extent Joe l.'o.s. tubal en man. on Smith' Mis .Mary Chestnut has l'..r her means that he will ci.tHiicr the 11ns- 500 lbs nt ClR to help alont: itaii.'liiimnV farm, tells the i. ri.e cold siiue nf tip. l'ooi! roads hill tlirouuh liv mint of the fniTs. and in order the iiiiiii nml his de-igiu.-- t ibis week. Miss Kllu larnett, tile house. Mr. Doll' as was mini.. William Curtis was horn 335 bs at $19 that the income of the fair liiliv be any man he thought worthy and any wctither llu-loillc. Mr heal. I about loun ut'- for the cause he deemed flood. There chiiriiiiau on the committee on State .September 211, 1S71, died December 235 lbs at SI 8.50 made n k much as imk-iIiare lei the leeent en. snap. Mr. Itos, 235 lbs at $18.75 '1MI,K, ". Mr. J. ( ,e.iiiL'tuli, I ai.ili.l, benefit of the lodge. eerv Hu was a Mm of Judue i mo ids at S9.00 ffv like him the iimre's the pity, mid was wulkintr is., ftii. . 12, 1011. ....;..i. is to be cut out. in fuel our ill.' tarm has been isitinu the family of Mr. lime dealt.inpiiiicipulU ..e 1...11. "''crvillf and Knte LgWt of Crab 65 lbs at $13.50 with umk nf there will be no comnlimentarv tick- it was an unfortunate day fur Lin- uliei: ill., tin minim ter was limciui: i. ii. i .Mr. mills uas ac Averaoe the election of Ollie Al. Orchard, Ky. It is with great snd-- . ets printed, cwrv officer and direc. coln county when he left us to spend 111011111I I lie I) maik. when lie BV Wllifsett Bean eoinpaiiie.l by 11 jjoiitlemun repre- - nines as I luted States Semitor. ness wo note the denth of this nf RnJl. member lu inir his his declining enrs in (larmrd. tor and cw-r2.")0 lbs nt &24 IM ll" io'.ii'i nf inles. A Hum- rabbit roiieliiiur 111 a corner on a seating tob.ieeo warehouse at Lex tieket. mnn wl,om wc ,,!ve 42o lbs nt. 2bU0 .Mr l.obinson wns n (jeiitleinan nf tone The little animal li.aile im ef ington, win. bought the crops ot bcr of bills have been introduce. ;,,lo"t V(,!,n The next tlnne will oe Uie scire- inn tirst in the --iciinte hem" the dir- - Known so long and hnd the pleasiile. :ilJi lbs at '"27.50 ' tinn of dates fur the fnir. hut this lunch uxeful infomiutioii mid of far tort tn lump mid run us he 24"i and he Wuliileied whut was ( hestuut ami I nderwooil at 10 cents ect primary bill, offered hv Senator of teaching for heveral years of his 2!).") lbs at 21.50 will polish than the av. .not b.; iliuic U im; more cult an.l ' Lato-- i of Pa.lucah. . lbs nt 2.t.fifl"1.. ,. H11.1..1.1.1. Is .' "rent reader and the irattir He came clo-- e to It. oil an average. j, ,, w.,s yoang ife. A u liniu ...rfei.irs f..Us, n. Ii,.mill.. I...11.-.-Hem '"Ke c I 70 lbs nt 10.75 iiinner. A S. :.:.i. ii" Ihiukui'--' perhaps it was so fiiL'hten-cAir. J. I). Itiiukin went to Cincinways energetic and ambitious, faith- 1.10 Ibs.ut 1S.50 " . deep rcasnner, his brilliant mind CAPT. GOYEN NO MORE i.i'm. cold that it could not moe. nati a few days for treatment. ter. Hrodhead. Somftxt. nml other " ful in the performance of every dutv. 140 lbs at 14.50 , (lettnur mar ciii'tu:h Air. Ko-- s iiriahliiinmr counties, so that tho--the retained all he read and saw. He Tobacco growers in this seetjon c leui-lmAs a man he was a thoroudi ccntlc-Mi- .- .'18.1 lbs ut 19.75 .. ami was dntes will conflict with none, m' Christian in all the woni ,1 ., ,,,,. - down nuu-l.l., - .'ralibid are ,. man. v friends here weie L'rent AlllMlst .1 erv imicll IUcicc.1 Willi tile sales .. iMJiii : I'tl'IV Sl'llkd ft! Ill.fc trtfil 320 lbs at 15.00 P: ...TI... Inlt.ir ..11 rt ntfavored, l"""11 nun, .? ,niiiinr ail. I IlllcijniV n- iiiiii- ...ii'.ii inn. ni- .'..nun. .. .1 . . .'12." lbs at his 15.00 1... 1. .rv rntl an.l bed 011 to it tight, nml it came of their cinps. which were mu.I tn the '.v shocked late last week to learn courteous lbs nt 20.00 ,ttrrr tl'MlhtcU hv lionr. As a citizen n""V "orglvhJmidSneroL In 395 lbs at 20.50 - ".-- "'"", l,!"- -"340 '" "' "? "!" ih was a model, whose splendid life S' SHOOTING AT PAINT LICK. "".veil, he his dealings. As a business man he 420 lbs at 20.50 ilo.elv to sec that highest sale that '" ,;'""''"'- -' V ''- - ..ulli- - of the ulatueil..fatu,it linL. feet had been this enmmunity is has been mnde m Average . . $21.10-B-v home for a long time. His death wns euiMble of occupying any posi soles that of Air. Wil- Thomas ItnUtnu -- hot tlcorve Fin F. N. Fnnlw nf Rimnii ' " , Jell on the , 10. k to which th.. rabbit jm Sanders, who sold his entire "curted '" Lexington, where his tion. His grent love for his mother 280 lev at Paint I... k ut Paint Lick last ... r...,i 1, .... 1. M nt $17.25 i.tjj:t-.i. 11 un eiueiu- mi- - iinriii iiit.se men wan it", iin-, , ....1 P. hi eiilenu Sntur.lav tlw bullet "" 'l" "" '";'... ""- - "" was not the least redeeming trait of 350 lbs ut 18.25 ". """ "" "" ",,r" If'iiiitv ti.wl i... r iieide the world better hv linving liv- I -- uftellli.' lliteiiselv mi he out it partial pnrui-i- s, 110 lbs at 18.50 "1 " mosi (iiiuusiiistiu Jlasolis 'i character with cmi-i- n age of Hi cents. neck and Curtis. She was J40 id in it. 11111I he Icfiws his widow and out o Us iiiiiii ill once The sales in ih,. bond near Alaivel-- , ,,,c ,,a,' "d took great interest 111 first nml ..eiiretliii... ... 1.1... n...l 480 lbs at 35.00 .. young .. lbs at 10.75 . mill, llliu n B : .... " .1 i J "" ...1 : '..ll ..Ii.... four children .the heritniri of n e.i.i.l i McKINNEY it ..in .. .1. .. .Masons fro, his hac not been mi good as here ui. woiu iii duelling ins iirnw.1! own SeI),eml(pr , tIle mv of 470 lbs nt 15.00 " - mnre precious ti.,111 in the work of the order. shot, and fell. Airs. Hndnev """"'. Cant, his death he never left his bed, but 2'I5 lbs at 17.25 he was on account of a -- hnrtnge in the nml Frank Pr"'"1 "'- llrissi." .1 sister nf Itul tiny en in his day was ,,uile a politi- 235 .l,s, ri.mi l.iu.llmlui who has crop- caused by the drouth. w:ls m.r so sick that he did not 270 lbs at 14.25 -- nd Mn lie Iiuhtlv mi the lCfiO Italstnn his son. cuucht ItaUtnu tn j ..the. Heibert Itronks and family who eliui, ami tuniM'il a number of try to plan a wav for her to live 225 lbs nt 17.25 lbs at nml ,linv He fjive the wife hliu and lis thej di. so his ,;(.(.k .tllrll(ll , ,ltl. hav. be.ii livimr'nii the farm nf Air. states in the interest of the demo- - easy after his death, Ml,. lie was fnllv 265 lbtf nt 13.25 t'hf I"- bt.t 1, t I,,,!' ,lr"".- - r ll" "r" 'I""' "" ,,mV",, ,,,,wn '"""" ' Sa.urih.N John Piixcll are mniii to I.eing-I,'imnominees. Although an un- - 'aware of his condition, and mad., ev- Avernee . .$17.00 ,; Inn this week. ,,, h(.r 3.,bln.Svhl tl.M..,.l.f l"r. The );"h Pn-- f. Mr..,,Bll, l bear the lo.s ''Promising democrat, he had serv'cry arrangement for death ns ealm- tll. Iwne sustained. ' , HONOR ROLL bhootint' took i.Iac, in the st.nc of 'friends she ,m,. .i!e heie. J. I. llainil:ni), nf l.niieilslt r sold ed with honor in the Federal army ly as if piepiirinu for an earthly iour eneo to the nsl.es of the ...,,,,,1 Woods the prniiunent .,,,,.,, M.,olll ul ,.,,,. Trea.huiv u farm two miles south en- -t ney. He was prepared to enter his Stanford Graded School for Decemfrom ,diirin the Civil War. and had k. sin. mnn nn. mnv th,. niiL'eU " ir.erchants nf l'nii.t Lick, and , .. l.enr " . .. n . ' "" me seuoiars win gne an en- - heie nf 11 acres and ll dwelling In 'received a pension fnr injuries re- heavenly home and admonished nil ber 1911. '., to hae been the outcome of an o!.I .... .. "' ' ' " """ Primary. Jemu'o Daruette, SaJ-was ileetinii iiuuriel. Kalstnii .teilainment al the Christian chutch Air. lingers fnr .f:t,t)(ili his comrades and friends to live so Air. Tom eeiveil in battle. ' r- - WALTON'. rd bv Sheriff Italian! and n-- -I The Lexington Herald had the fol- - as to meet him airain. The urentest Beck, Olgu Camenisch, Kutheriuo Friday night. All the patron- - Lane, who occupied the house has ((1 ei, red oil ..il)0 bond 'till his exmiuu-in- i' lowing to say of his'death thine: attention was Haiti htm frnm nii.rv Kincnid, .Marion Mitchell, JumW ;hai been well ,.I(Plllsull with the innM'd tn Lancaster. trial. " J MUIF M.. PICKING IIP ;Wlirk , ,.,,-..... M..SI II ..... r. ..yen. n;je.l. ... nn,. In crau Orchard. All were Paxtou, Mary Louise Stone, Dorothy Mls, w.ni.i iieurv v. A delightful dinner was sencd mi died la- -t niybt at his home, tiring in their efforts to make his Tribble, Lueile Walker, Auuetto Sen.ilirv If. Mada Itntler. Hubble DOWN HOUSE BURNS reliirmd Wednesday of hist week in honor of 17:i Park avenue, of organic heait last hours pleasant. ; The death of Mrs. Annie Paul. Xoah Alarsce's anniversary. Hev. ' Jasper Wray. About The home of Peter L. Khun two from Allauta. wheie he and Tmi Grade 1. Katheriiie liruve, Eddy Kaii'ou ihsposi-.- l nf cnuiile of Ina.ls who died here hist week, was iiute 10 guests were plescut to enjoy the trouble. Mr. Gov en foimerly was a Livingston was to have preached his miles from Stanford on the Crab Thev eot a shovk In her tiien.ls as she was dny. He received u hmi.Uome rock- p.iintci and was a incmbcr of a nuin ifmieral but was detained, so Air. B. Baughmnn, Adolph Camenisch, Orchunl pike, binned down last nf imhlv nice mules her of fiateiual organizations, in- fuii' "nod unci- -, much better than ' ,1"1 considered ery ill at the time. ing chair and other uifis. C. AlcClary made a beautiful tulk Frances Fish, Mary C. Ilocker, Nel1 Wednesday nilit about 1 o'clock. eluding Lincoln Lodge No.tiO. Free after which "a large hav.. Iieii iiilii".' in the south fnr but her he.tit gae way and she died lie Mitchell, Adelaide Procior. Lejiu Messrs. James Pointer and Air. Kluiu was away from home at ' ....... .....1 XI.. .. ... ..-.- . concotirsf of n ... t. ...... t. Senator Hubble Miid rather suddenly. Airs. Paul was ;t ..i.isu.is ..j U.....1. i sorrovvuijr ineuils tollowed the rt.- - C. Itancy, Frances Tate. chit-lrr- n have moved to upper the time, but his wife and six that within tho pnst week or so. th yenrs of age and leaves a mother Ivanhoe Lmlge No. 4h. Knights of j mains to the cemetery where he was Grade 2. Josephine Uuoch, Cathwho wire at lioice escaped and mute market down south has benn and son to mourn her death. Air- -. IL.. in- ,. ... II....I.;........ l.,. - luoxril with his I ythi.is of Winchester: and the Odd laid beside the eraves ' of his father erine Brady, Lueile Carter, Gladys inn mi id to get a few ai teles of to pick up ...iimi nil-hollows I.oilije f Stantoid. He island sister. His "ravo xvns covered Arnold, Margie Lynn, Minnie Hutclte-soafter its awful slump Paul was a member of the Itaplisl .. Ifi..l.n,...l furniture out. Air. Flam had no in- which ,,'!' ""i''1'. three sons, with white carnations s"rviu'11 came av a result of the lnw church and leaves a host of Jrieiids! Addison Bell, James B.iuJb-mur- i, and other A. L. Triimbo has set up his hemp surance on the place and 11 number price in I "lney, Norman and Stanley Goyen, byiutiful flowers offering rifts of colon. From now on he tn mourn her death. Strew vour breakine machine l.i,.l. is ;.. .....,,1 Henry Baughniun, Charles of his friends made up a little sum peep, ....... ,.r mii. i i .. to see a steady demand for flowers uion the grave, dear mother, workinu order and is ready now to ,ii ... ,i.:. ..:.. nun .i... iiaugiucis .ii'iauves ami i... , nuu reintives. Weinuns. I ii. in rev ni, irienus help him and his family out in to ....- To the lonely mother, bereft of Grude 3. Ethel Breedlove, Mary iitia si. .ii ..i mines lr..iu ii.e ami console your uroKen lienit with licin work as soon a- - the weather Hi- - daughters tire Alisses Amelia their extremity, which was greatly south. ll,,. tender Ibimelit lln.t if si... ,.,.,,1.1 ....C:.. and lllancho Goyen of Lexington, the last tie that cun bind her to Bruckett, George Fleece Farru, Mdi-gar- et n"i.mi.s. jipprcciutcd by him and his family. speak to oil she would tell vou tu McCJure, Mary Pettus, Mi ,,- -. .Miss F.Ila Dunn, of Danville, has and Mrs. Kdna Turtin of AIcAIiiiville eurth, we extend our heartfelt The funeral services took pathy, ami prayers in this dark hour ntmnf minun 0(. ruitlit'u and affectionate in th o . heen Shanks, Vic Gose Smith, lju-- ; Airs. Jinrt Itolmisou. . place at the resident Satuiday after and would say, look nwny from this cile Waters, Louise Wuters. Aloroland. Kv Jan. 10. 1!IPJ. disehargi. of your iluties to the n noon at ..HO o'clock, Kov. Kiidiard mound of earth to the bright sun-Heieiuber '21 11U1 nt 1) o'clock 'inu. Then cher ve fond mourners Grade 4. Sara Craig, Frank C. TURNERSVILLE. Wallace officiating. Uuiial fol "light of God's love and see tho the spirit of Mr. lleniy .Minor wing- - who sadlv weep for happy are thev Mr. Ollie L. Fields has returned Frances Cormincy, Mury I ill d ' tit ('liicauo. III., nfier In in the Lexington cemetery. iHtnlin tt faces of husband nnd children Gunnan, Juriio Hooker, Daisy Luifc-for- d, id its flight to its home of eternal "ho in .Icsiis sleep, hi- week j lltn'iMin (Iiiiiii was sick last week bliss and happiness. Air. .Minor left looking out for you. Thero onco Sophie Saunders, Sadie Weilr-eMrv Anni.. I.. I'MiU of Loipsvile. DANVIILE. JAN. 10. 1912 A a ( hiistian wife and dmn'liter. jinil w'i" tonsilitis. was visitiiiL' Mrs. Walter Pie'.ls nml CHAIR CAR SERVICE INSALLED. mors you ran be a happy united IN ON GET HIGH THESE t Airs Simrie Itobbitt hist week. The runny friends of The Louisville & Nashville Train family with no sickness, sorrow or n inullitude of 'friends to mourn his Grade 5. Tildeu Cooi)er,..Johu f FRICFS BY SFLLINR YOUR V Xlr ... 11 (I......1. .. ituir- is .iii.iiu- ii, diiiaituie. He was a patient sufferer Samlnlge will be glad to learn that lain was ... ......I ,,see his father. .1. No. -- Il now entries a chair cur he- - ,'lealh mid it will not ho long at the Reid McKiuney, Willie Popples, ON OUR BREAKS. over to fin- - several weeks, but ut la- -t until you hear again their loving Heath Severance, Pitt Sampson, God "he has recovered enough from her hioli , . Gooeh. who continues In improve. tween Loiiisvilhi mid Atlanta, ON WE HAD 40000 POUNDS !'. l'.i i in in, said "It is enough come up higher." recent illness to be moved from the ... i ,i:. . i. ii, ii. .i.i in i ...riieilfili ;s a gieat improvement in the ser- - welcome home. lie thankful you Mary Elizabeth Curter, Margaret DaAND THF Wo realire that the place is OUR BREAKS vacant hospital in Louisville to her mint. at Ihe school house Suii.lav moruii". , vice. Clmir cur and Pullman with had them all with you in death nnd vison, Currie Davis, Allie Russell mid evoi'iii". ENTIRF Fl 00R Airs. ("has. Samlidge's ut Alillcdge-villbuffet nm ke. No. 23's service us good was ullowcd tho sweet pleasure of Fish, Theluia Frances, Rachel Hill, in the hum.) Unit never eiin ho filled Airs. George Koger coiiliuucs verv AND TMFRE WAS NOT A REAL but wo would not cull him She will he home in n couple ill. as that of any train in the country .doing all vou could to minister to Annette Wcuren, Ruby Hilton, Virback to FINE CROP IN THE LOT. and her time uverages up with the ""'"' wants and be thankful that gil Moore. ' this wo i hi of sin, but try to live to of weeks. Aliss Until Tanner was the guest ANNOUNcYs"lFrJR"llAGISTRATE. SEVERAL RASKETS BROUGHT meet him in that sweet home when fast trniiis south of the Ohio river. !'"slll,l "f terrible struggles. You Grade 0. Nancy Catherine In this issue of the I. .1.. is found The last week of her mint Airs. II. C. 25 CFNTS A POUND. U & N is u great corporation s,lw t,lom nweetly close their eyes wo can sing the praises of God f Annie Rogers Powell. Franthe formal announcement of Sonire and does not stop at expenses in giv- - ,'" h'op, to awaken ngain, in a lut- ces Embry, Claiborne Walton, Olnr-cuc- o .1. T. Roberts, of Hubble, R0BARDS AND SH0USE. OF ever whore wo will never say good N'unnelley nt Winchester. for the "" laillHT, Alllllir 1111(1 Willie democratic nomination for mains.. ing its patrons the best service to bo er '""l fuoro perfect life. A friend, MERCER COUNTY. SOI D 2!Vm live. T.i the broken he.irte.l mother Singleton, Alice Tniiunc, Leo-nuhave ro- - train III till! First Mnir.Mleii.il .lis. hud. OF laiid daughter wu would say, weep :('oft'L,.v "ml ttrwv J'-BETT1E BUCHANAN. Louisville. Kv POUNDS AT AN AVERAGE Ballard, Belle Russell, Annie trie! of tin. onuntv. The election to $1495 PER HUNDRED. Vanarsdale Craig. not. only think it will not be lougi1""'1''1 lo lk'mi '" "iter school for till tho vuenncv caused hv the dpll, A TEXAS WONDER. Grade 7 Mutsy Grimes, Jsun P of Simile AfcKcchniu will be held lOWMAR'S MAROI GRAS TOUR. SCXT0N' AND CECIL. OF MER- -, until vou will clasp hands nuuin on ine tesi or me term. rite to Iiuwmur's Tours. Ver. Air. J. K. Murphy mid family d no.ir November, mid Squire A. '. The Texas Wender cures klrfmy ton. Nellie Wilson Hill, Adeliu Uuit-sel- l, CER C0UNIY. SOLD 2.500 POUNDS that sweet shore of eternal holding office hv suillcs. Kv.. for foldor civinc de to his farm on tho HiistuuviiV Carman, is now Frances Bruokctt, Hnrtwell, $18.75 PER HUNDRED mice. Our hearts go out in nympu- iipiMiiutment of WilNou tails of an ideal persuiiallv conduct- - and bladder troubles, removing gravn,ul prayer fur tho bereaved pike. Wo hate to lose such good hniure Koberts is one of t''" best 1. marai bras iour leaving w .slues, el, cures diabetes, weak nnd lame Shanks, Let tie Walker McKiuney. SEXTON. OF AND HARVEY people fiuiu our midst hut reel that known and most "oinilnr democrats dav, Veh. 14. 1012. visiting Kew Or- -, backs, rheumatism, and all irreguGrade 8. Maude Arnold, Kll.i who urn left so lonelv. MERCFR COUNTY. 5.900 POUNDS of the eounv. lie served on the leans. Mobile.. Moi.ti'oinerv. Ala., etc larities of the kidneys mid bladder moves in n iiiVHterious wav our loss is some one oIso'h train. Jesse Hooker. $17 PER HUNDRED. I AVFRARFn Fiscal Court from the Crab Orho-ur- d 1,'IW IlielllslVe Cost luinteil n.irlvr .Miss Kttu Gooeh, of Somerset was ,,iK wumlerH to preform, lie whisp- Freshmail. Kittle Jones, Mnymc Vellowstouu m both men and women. Regulate OTHERS DID JUST AS WELL. precinct n few years and evcrvthini' first-cluslovo in every urrezo unit rule tho guest of her sister Airs. T. II. made good, .and since muvinc- - to tlin Park Tour in Juue. 1012 blndder "troubles in hildreu. If not Singlctqn, Verua,Rout, Bessie Moore SELL WITH US AND YOU WILL its Hubble section, where he has rosi.!. Good byo loved Singleton last week. upon the storm." sold by your druggist, v. Ill he sent Mnrj' Moore Raney, Roberta. Holtz. ALWAYS BE A SATISFIED CUSDo not nllow Hrother Gablmrt who is sick with cd for some vears his munv friends nml by mail on receipt of $1: Ono smnll claw, Sullie Mills Craig, Anna D. Mc- one thou art not dead hut slecpeth. TOMER. U felriet Sweet memories linger with us here, typhoid fever at his homo is very bottle is two months' treatment, and Roberts, Mury Shepherd Cook, THE BEST AUCTIONEER IN And oft we drop a silent tear; Wo ill ut this writing and his many j the reach of seldom fuils to perfect n cure. Send Sophomore. Effio Mnughmnn, THE COUNTRY. Frank Wheeler. ,u democratic nn. Kidney inilk. Thev iHvo' nuick re. for testimonials from Kentucky and Robert Curter. bow snbini i.sive. to His will, and lovo friends are very uneiisy about him. Alls luith Coffey, nt Uiny's Aioun Bnd stoP 'Tegulnritles with sur- - other suites, Pr. E. W. Hall. 2920 ou 'u,"rer- dneIn?nnm.Whl!,,!xMV;:lJ0 Junior. James , Cooper, Harry Ii.-.DttviUe tiiiu visited her grandmother, Mrs. offi,". t friend, Snugnrs & Tan Olive Btreot, St.' Louts, Mo., Sold by Reiahart which mix In him Krnnkfmt Kuto Coffey hst week. i.')0 ii mojith. Mvrtlo Morgan WALNUT SREET. ."fe. druggists. Senior. Harris Coleman. i THE PASSING AWAY JIM WOODS CHOSEN OF A GOOD MAN PRESIDENT OF FAIR. Pvllilans Eire! Officers And Directors And Get Down To Work For a Din Exhibition. . DANK HOLD ANNUAL STOCKHOLDERS MEETING. CHANGE LINCOLN S0L0NS (RECORD PRICE MADE I Dan Traylor To Operate The Distil lery and U. S. Traylor The Mill m I nl ' it o. AiftA mm sm mk r .. - :...... ,,. -- nWPHHBl vo-ir- I - 1 Tia. ' ,. 1 -- . ... l. "'V.'t?' '","-rugiuo,l- 1 I. '" ,! ,i ,, I . . ,.., ... - j. .,. ... nf ... ', if re Ej-be- Ic 1 coiiipll-uielitnr- v ... iic-m- itt. e.x-"- (I if I ( 11 -- J ' . d ! 11 .! - 111 . '' ."wus'rriuiVt!! . !- k! ";, ,f 'riW,7 W 11.- - '' UM-1- -- ni-i- u-- 1 : ,ht " I ai..r.r ,,.,, Ila,. m..i m '. ,,, 1, 1 ... p. ai-n- "" a market ....r . ,, ... 11 'j. ' , j 1 A - I t'iiiv .,.. -- -- n, b-- e. v ... .... syrn-Tcn- n. garet YOU TOBACCO GROWERS liv-O- rndi-lowe- Ch.-s!m- iis na-en- ts. n. Alui-gure- T0-IAC- - '- TO-DA- Y AVFRri) fjnR i e. rd . deliver-AVERAGE- D nun-move- '"' Kx-Go- 1 Eich-euberg- "Ql nn s. ureses 'Z'u'rt. "' I W' devft IT? -- j; Tcct W?reloe dTS i'' Vh 4 lupines. fc fVJ f1l wr PVL r THE tTANFOM INTFRinn Jnim NA STNFOM. KENTUCKY UElaUERluK:)i;RNAL. aS flB?BH Clean, Dry Heat Established 1Sr , , kJ Puumhi- - Clean, dry heat, with no moke or odor and with no flying ashes or soot that i what you get with kKw ,aflK MWHKf a Perfection Smokeless Oil Heater. HKLTON M. SAUPLCY, TEMPERANCE COLUMN I'lils pacr in engaged by HI I he Ti'iniieranre Coiuniittoe of fl) H Hi Lincoln County. J .v & II A VKAR STRICTLY IN ADVANCt atered at the letotliCp urd m aeeond else. i..ail m mat POLITICAL ANNOUNCEMENTS For County Judqe. announce! hist candidacy for County Judge of Lincoln '.'OUntv. "'l''.!"'! t" t'l" Hi'tion nf llii" leiuocrntic party. M. F. North announces his oundi-Jao- y for County Judge of Lincoln county, subject to the nction of tile Jvmocrutiu party. Ta A. Rice Pi;itrECTioi SrTTl gwwiimw able and convenient heating device you can find. It ii always ready tor use. There are no pipes or flues or wires to bother you. You can pick it up and take it wherever extra warmth is wanted. Every mechanical Improvement that jfl The Perfectien is the Best reli iiul taw f Mil BS experience could suggest was already embodied in the Perfection Heater. This year we have tried to add to its The drums are finished appearance. either in turquoise-b!u- e enamel or plain steel, as you prefer; nickel trimmingj; as ornamental as it is indispensable to comfort A ipeaal iutomiric device abiolutsly pf errata moling. All putt euly cleaned. Gallon foot I lattt nine houra. Cool handle ; damper top, Dtalen mrjrwhm i or write tor daenptm aor atucr of lh For Jailer. Peyton Parrish iiuuouucea his midiilucy tor Jailor of Lincoln count , Miujerl to tliu action ol ttit Uciuucrulic party.. in- Georpe DeBorclc announce iraudidacy lor Jailer of Lincoln emu ly ubccl to I lie action ot the rictun ralic imrtv. Dink Farmer is a candidate loi taller ol Lincoln counts Mihjutt to lie action ot the Driiiueiulii' itiilj Tup Democratic national conven tion will he held at Baltimore on June 5 about n week alter the republican ii?iajbisarrsy' 1912-Resolv- ed amkr la Standard Oil Company (incorporated) iieja:sf-rr- ; .,r.r ,kpi?&p&i' . ..wtiHM5r f' &&&&&&&&&$ v5$ Rubbers We have any kind of Rubber you can wish for. f Rubber Boots, Rubber Arctics, Rubber Sandals. O m m o. it If i Cleth top Sandals, Kubber Shoes,Felts. All of these are the selected Ball Band goods. We are sole agents. national convention. This was decided at a incctinir of the Democratic national commitUe early th.b & week. St. Louis was the nearest contender to the Oriole city. All ol the big bugs in the party were pres ent nt tho coniuntteo meeting at Washington, and harmony was in the air. Woodrow Wilson, of New Jersey, was easily the favorito for the nomination, and his presidential friends claim that after one or two ballots for favorite sons, the convention will ptampede to him. Bryan was on hond, and held several long conferences with Wilson. It is claimed that Bryan is heartily for the nomination of the New Jersey Governor, who fully represents tho progressive principles which are so truly representative of democratic principles. Kentucky must not bo found bhind, nnd should givo to him in the contention. .'itfirm that three-fourtof the crimes aro due to the us of He madn this Mntfinciit in DiiHsinc iiuk'turnt in the case of the Miutik' man. Will Livinirston. who. wlnlo atteiuutinc to nioted hit mother from violeucn nt th hmid-o- f hit drunken father hail struck the elder man a blow that resulted Ins death, and tor which the bov in had hitii convicted for lunnxluuchlir In ilclnciuiL' bis oinuioii Judtic Hill cine the lolowuur noucrful in. raiL'iiiiieut of tho hciuor evil: "The nfet of this case lircscnt another of the daily occuirintr kIiouiiil' the uioiittrmis and iiaiKturcless evil of intnxicntiiur This hwlra-hende- it lemorfc. less monster, with rcaclcs aim tinie-- .t uieiev uuMcs the MilMtniiee of the noor. nianutactiiici buidcii-som- e taxes for the imbue, nmnoiio-lue- s tho aliunde time of courts, tins i.i. is. niiiitentiariih and iisMuiua ltiim homes, destmvs manhood, helnless uoiuen mid innocent in 'tit (j.i. baltus ;b,. (iiurcli. and iikm i.s at and iin.sui-rini- .' its e ddiiaiiils eaell new inuru seis I. (. widows mourn, lien oinlians crv wiuiiL's strike heaven m tlie taet in "The.se aie the niodm ts of a citc ill)loed not bv the deelee of (Iol. but bv the oluiitarv (oiiduct of num. its weuk and unk-eMetiu.. iliidues of criminal courts mmmIoiil' linn nffieial evperienee. ter-luri'- cs a. A SERMON FROM THE BENCH Only a week or two ntro Judo Hen Hill ot Atlantn. nrcHidunr iudee of tho Court of Ai.nealu mtid that after l'ie ciim on tho bench, he could The weather o far has been open and 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 materia obtain-abl- e. Let us show them to you. la. oilf-inflicti- d d THAT WE WILL ENDEAVOR DURING luixe ciiiiMi to the ilruil. THE YEAR 1912 AS WE HAVE SINCE THE ORGANIZATION OF THIS BANK TO DEVOTE OUR TIME. SKILL AND CAPITAL TO PROMOTING THE WELFARE OF THE BANK AND ITS CUSTO- habit as the liriucltml caii-- e of crime and not liimr the writer could miv uould add to this imimfcsi truth. Hut I au not fiolii wiviiiL' that nfter five eais' ohservalioii of the cases thai have been before this cotut. '.line fourths of the crimes are duo directly or llldiirctlv to the excessive Use of intoxicants, and that if the church and the state and imblic sentiment could mnkn GeoTLMa sober. the nrisons would be vacant, the chain-rnn- . onintv. and the cities, towns and eotintrv wntili be filed with prosperous and hnnnv homes. ili wean callinc; n I tout o MERS. LINCOLN SAM ROBINSON Stanford, Ky 6 .- COUNTY NATIONAL BANK comer next tu Stanford. . JZ&'SJP' .! " S 4 , H. J. McROBERTS StanfordKy. ON It is the biff now Senator Ollio M. James, ... -. ifft ft o - IT WONT BE A ing been promoted by the legislature this week. All hail to the new Senator. For many years he has fought the battles of Democracy and Unpeople in the lower House, an hn well earned the reward which comes and brainy conercs'mnn hav- "im itu. md ' Kentucky VELVET-LAW- N - kifwsora:' PLLNTY .i OF LUMUER Iiuiim-- , HAND r nil tiiriHisen. u il on uatit It ii i HAPPY NEW YEAR for his devotion and faithful service as well ns the encomium "Well Jone, servant " thou rood nnd faithful Kentucky is to be congratulated up on her new representative in the "most deliberative bndv on earth.' The lobbyists were absolutely n" out of business bv th rules ndn"t hv the house and sennto nt Frank fort this week. All lobbyists excluded fiom the floors of Im1- chambers. Senate rules of last session were amended so that the ma- ioritv shall rule in all cases. TV House ndonto-- similar rules and it seems that at last the neoole an-about to obtain their riirhts from th. legislature. -- A GOOD PUCE TO EAT. Is what people say of our Restau- ni ii . a tmiu. .i iIhj house ur ii mntcilitl- - cluckei .n e. emu. Wr hit ti iioib ro tub ..i ii r wiiil il we rjtn niil ' ti in kind. Mimiilitv. qua! , iinbnilv mi It -- ii GRASS and ClJOVER DRILL Something New. Stop and See It. It pays to drill clover and grass seed ' y Stanford. Kv I from the cold and kept comfortable and warm during the next few wintry months. f tl-- i Wed ones are not protected r" rant. Everything clean and nir and served promptly. Come, take a Nice Blue Grass Farm For Sale The best way to do this is to burn BAUGHMAN S COAL In your stoves and grates. Phone us to send you a load now. j. tl. BAWJHMAH & (o, stanfoid. You Get The Girl WE'LL Having decided to quit farming I will sell privately my fruits of all kinds, Cakes, Candies farm of 193 acres 1 mile and a quarter from Stanford near Etc Etc. Somerset pike Place con y tains nice frame If anvbodv or any onraniration C. Govir can make a success of a fair in house, nicely arranged cattle Lincoln county it is Diadem Lodsre RestauranUur barn with silo and all outWhen this Knichts of Pvthias. buildings, cribs and granary, bunch of live ones takes hold of Ky. Stanford, anv rmmosition it is bound to sucwith big cellar under latter; ceed. Just watch some of the best never failing springs and new boosting a fair ever cot in Lincoln FALL AND WINTER STYLES. anywhere else. The K. P.'b fair or concrete spring house About is a winner for sure. My new fall and winter mple 70 acres under cultivation, are bow rtadjr for our tnnnoctlun remainder in grass. Come The Eauitabln Lifo Assurance So Tb7 coaprla Uo beat oa tne market oaa suit anyoee as to prioe woo bad and see it if you want one of ciety, building, one of the finest in saaa U order. A oil and valued at $10,000.-00- 0 ols cletaea tvew York farms made to your neaaiuv is preferable the most desirable wan comnletelv rutted bv fire to ready made ototbea To bava tbeui around Stanford. Tuesday mominsr. Three men leaned nade to measure doD't aoat ao quality ready We meal with us and let us show you. always haye on hand fresh It pays to cultivate your wheat. It pays to reseed old pastures. It pays to reseed old meadows. L W. H. HIGGINS, Stanford, Ky. two-stor- Vhe 9fan Who knows what I a's ytir you ts your Doctor FMISH TEE HOME ' made whea from the roof to death in the street mora tnaa nt Each was seen to kneel in ad me Is considered. Com la aart below. take four measure let Draver iust before be iumped. When H. & RUPLBV. Tba Practical Tall' avail, man all eurthlv belu is of no then lunt to God. but most of us mit it off until tho very last minute. confessed to the murder of bis sweet heart wjs sentenced to die in the electric chair the week of May 10. governor d Now if a doesn't commute his sentence, jus tice will be satisfied in one case, nt least soft-hearte- Fred Von Allmen R. D. 3, Stanford, Ky. Jtt ear With the most complete and nicest line of furniture in Lincoln county. See our line of Rugs, Lace Curtains and everything else needed to make the home comfortable Preacher Richeson. of Boston who How to be Certain of Myers. 118 W. at Curing Constipation Cheatnut Ht.. Loulivlllt, Ky., are but a few of thoutanda a ahowlnx the eateem in which Dr. Syrup rapain la held. It la mild, gentle, non.grlplnc not violent, like ealta or cethartlca. It cures gradually end plaaaantly eo that In time nature e again does ita own work without aid. Conatlpatad people owe It to themselves to uae title grand bowel opeclnc. Anyone wlahlng to make a trial of thla remedy before buying It the regular way of a drugglat at fiftyincanta or one dollar a large bottle (family aUe) can have a aampie bottle aent to tha home free of charge by almply addreaalng Ur, W. B. Caldwali: 101 WuMuton St kfontlcallo. III. Tour Biat aad addraaa oa a postal card will do. Cald-wallout-aid- in diagnosing ail mini limit t A JfCa Anows your ease, htntfit of Ait treatment. Ao Anoivt wAat you need to remedy your condition; Ae proscribes the medicines, expecting each of these will be of the best quality, eacA possessing the viitues Ae attributes to the particular drug CONCRETING lo BrM-oU- K W. A. Stanford Ky. f RIBBLE, Prejudice Is a hard thins to overcome, but wnera health U at atake and tha oplaloa of thouaaada of rallable people dlffara from youra. prejudice then your Btaaaca and you ought to lay It aside. Title la aald In the InUr-eof people auffarlar from chronic eoaatipafloa, aad It Is worthy of their attention. la the opinion of leeioas of reliable American people Ue moat etubbera coastlBetloa Imaciaabte can be cured by a brief uee of Or. Caldwell's Byrup W m lu petltMo lo do all hiodi ot BWok ravraMM Paaaia. Teu atay act have heard of It ortlB,teat, w mo mk Work.thlna treat t before, but do not doubt tta atarita on nr aad. Id not bean that account, or beeauaa pott. We cam blatantly advertieed, It It haeBold vary taooM down lo hae iiuna( cb too iiromutlT ud Jail and ! oar prieat euooeeefully oa word ef mouth uaMirUI. work and Pareata are Ivlne It to their children today who ware aivan it bor joa ut roar maMrlal at by their pareata, and It haa beaa truthfully aald that more drucgiita uae it pereoaaUy ta their sasalues tasa any taw laaatlva. reeora-mendaU- e. received I.ttra recently Tcnn.. and from M. Morriaon. Ada E. When we put up your prescriptions, satisfaction follows. There are reason for ib Pure Drugs, ample facilities, especial car, accurate technique; these are the things that conduce to the result the doctor expect. Dr. Hess' Poultry ana Stsck fwi Penny's Drug Store, Stanford, Jtontuohy, PHILLIPS BROJ.. la. V SsawTSMMaS" Fw nrtiuu;ui&rnm'wmuvtMVi THE STANFORD PERSONAL ami SOCIAL Little Minn Lucilo Unllou has been on tho nick list for several davs MisH Paulino llockcr went to Inn-catTuesday to mnko a brief visit to relatives. Jnmes M. Kauflcy, of Crittenden, pent n few hours with bin mother, Mrs. Snllio Kaufey WcdncHdny. Mr. Iko Shelby went tip to Crnb Crclinnl Spriups Tuesday to spend a few days with his old friend, Col. cr INTERIOR JOUR NAL STANFORD, KENTUCKY 3 Tin; Current Events Club will meet next Thursdnv afternoon with Mrs. J S. llice on Danville nvenue. Miss Mnrv Shciiherd'Cook hns been confined to her home with an nf- fection of the face. Judre .1. W. Alcorn and J. S. Hook er, of this citv J. W. Havdcn. of Paris and Joe Crnft. of Louisville. went un to London Mnndav to attend a meeting of the extcutivo com. mittec of the Cumberland Voltcv Land Comnanv. ARE YOU FREE FROM Cold, Indigestion, Headaches, Pains, Constipation, Sour Stomach, Dizziness? If you are not, the most effective, prompt and pleasant method of getting rid of them U to take, now and then, a deserUpoon ful of the ever refreshing and truly beneficial laxative remedy Syrup of Figs and Elixir of Senna. It is well known throughout the world as the best of family laxative remedies, because it acts so gently and strengthens naturally without irritating the system in any way. To get its beneficial effects it it always necessary to buy the genuine, manufactured by the California Fig Syrup Co., bcan'ng the name of the Company, plainly printed on the front of every package. Here's a great offer thnt was nev- SMFOED OPERA HOUSE, MONDAY Night Jan. 15 MakeNew rear this laiWANBAKV J. H. WilliM. 'SHORT L0CAL8. Doe muzzles nt For Kent. V. O. E. WEE offers a Drama of if your Uqc esoiuuon mm JtJK Mrs. C. HnvH Foster went to Crnb Orchard Thurhduv for n short visit to her mother who it in the onna toriiim there. Thrilling Romantic Interest II. Hieeins'. Five room cottage with llnrturll nml uTirnret Khnnks water works nnd good cistern; terms hute returned from n idenmuit visit reasonable. Apply to K. Wilkinson. to. their aunt. Mrs. Kirliv Hnurno nt New Castle. Wc nro prepared to install hot Mr. .1. C'nm lluvn Mittuined h bnd water nud hot air heating, plumbing fall on a slitiDerv xidcwnlk earlv Hl-t- f. this wk. and Aimird his) bend mi eric, Conn Unix., Lancaster, eonsiderulilv. It was rinito luekv that he wit not rierioustv hurt. only the W. S. Fish represents Mrs. Ilessio ltobinsou h tliu Rues best and strongest insurance s. It. Duwhiiii of her father, Judgo Let him keep you protected. com-unnlc- "A Girl of The Mountains." IN 4 ACTS, By Lem B. Parker. A Society Piny with a Tinge of The Backwoods and the Great Northwest. and fiunily. Dr. W. N. Crui cnine liome from I am ngenl for thu International ltereu early in (hu week, twilled by gnriolinu engino and feed cullers. the, illnrsH of his little daughter, Hunt on the market. J. L. Hear.ley, er equalled before: The daily (Sunday excepted) nnd the I. J. both one yenr for .ft. Send jour subscription in quick to the I. .1. ofllce for this offer is good only during January and February., tf COMEDY - PATHOS - EMOTION ! "Toodles'' Craig. CoiitexHiiuin Harvey Helm has to Washington, whero hu attended the dneksou Day bampiet nud will resume his duties in ConiTenfi. Henutor It. I.. Hiilibltt returned from Atlanta, Wedmwdny tuuruiui; ami has none baek to bis duties at 1'ninkfort. Mrs. Ocorgc S. Shelby, of the. Sbel by City trclinn who 1ms been ill fur n lone time, is growing gradually wow', we are sorry to state. Dr. V.. J. Itrown was in 1'arVsville Tuesday to nee .Mrs. V. A. Itrown, who is erv ill. Onlv a few weeks ago Mrs. Ilrown bad the misfortune to lose brr husband. J. Dexe llnliltTman, now located at Pineville, as here this week with bis brother, Hud Iloldermnn. He is anxious to get back to Lincoln county nnd is in the. market for u small farm. Mr. and Mrs W W. Tarter, of Howland. are ncciini the commit-illation- of their friends imon the son.wbo was arrival of n born on Wednesday mornme. The voiincster was named Walter Hnines Cnrter nnd the father, who is a dod-uleonditctor on tlu- - L. fc N.. w enti'Tntnlntrd bv nifl wnruilv mniiv friends. This is their sixth child, two beimr Lirls nnd four bovs. be-in- ir TO THE TAXPAYERS Prices 25, 35, 50c i "ttf-ayrvs53c- SEATS ON SALE AT PENNY'S DRUG STORE All property on which tux is not to-da- y. Tell ine the article you will buy paid on or before January 10th will soon, I will lmc illustrated eala-hipibe advertised for mile. W. L. Itev. .1. U. Jones will nreneli nt h it would you do without n pond i mid factory prices sent jou. Money is a good thing to have if you lose your oc102 It S. L. C. John II. IIi""ins. L'loeerv. Danville the Uatitist church nt Wnvncsbiiiir lior-Keen him drv nml warm with cupation with money in the bank you are always avenue Stanford, ICy. Sales infor- Sundnv pvcniiur Janunrv 14th. a j;nod blanket. 1 have them. J. C. independent. Step into this bank and let us talk Fresh htinnlv of International mation lepoitcr for M. S. 1. A. larne K. T. factories. it over. stock and poultry food. The Lold's Slimier will be observed McClnry. Mail order bouses and nt the Stanford P.nntist church Sun-da- v 10l-2- t. Pence clients. tiiorninc January Mth. FOR SALE Hriek store-roofor rent on corIn sendine a eheel' for renewal Itcv. J. J. Dickev will nddress n ner of Main and Lancaster streets, of his subscription to the I. J., Mr. Union Meetintr at the Christinn Stanford, Ky. 1.10 ncres of land between L. & oppositu court bouse. Possession (1. H. Sutton, of H. F. I). No. 2. Crab church in Hustonville next Sunday. Surplus $4,098.02. Capital $50,000. N. railroad nnd Stanford nnd Crnb January 1, 19!'.!. J. S. llockcr 08-t- f Orchard, says ho has been subscribMrs. J. J. Dickev will meet the Orchard pike, being n portion Epb-raiDeposits $75,499.13. ing 2.1 years to the "old reliable." Indies of Hustonville nt the ChrisHow ninny others on our big list can tian church ut 3 1. M.. next Pennington tract. Has on it W. L. McCarty, Pres. M. B. Salin, Cashier. There is a great difference in life equal this record t a now bouse and tobacco barn. Insurance policies. Mutual Benefit Communion service nt I'rcsbvtcr-iin- n Terms easy. Mrs. J. D. Owsley, For Magistrate Policies are superior. I can show For' all church Sundnv Jan. 14. nt 11 Stanford. the throat and lungs." FOLEY'S HONEY AND TAR tf A. M.. Evcnir.ir servieq nt 7 I. M. you. Why not buy the best? R. M. coughs and colds it ps speedily efCOMPOUND "CURES IN J. T. Roberts announces his nrcnaratorv service Fridav evenine Newland Agent. for the office of Mnirfctrntp at 7 o'clock. Catarrh Cannot Oc Cured Shugars and Tanner. EVERY CASE." fective. wutl LOCAL APPLICATIONS, u tbty nnnot mck in Macisterial District No. 1. subject FOLEY'S HONEY AND v Mr. JflH. McCaffey, Mgr., of the u blood or ronirth tl wit at th Ckurrh TAR COMPOUND. tut9Mi diww, and in omtt to rure It you must Uke Mrs. William Severance received to the action of the Democratic BOOKKEEPING llilrj caurrh Scblilr Hotel, Omaha, Neb., recomthe slioekine news, this week that Is n reliable family medicine. Give Incmij rrmroirs. dlriTtly upun tl curt la uirn Uly Mid acu b.ond and Ffa BuslneMhoMKHlf d her little nenbew quark aWaavak. it to your children, and take it Mum 1IM ourrhbycure b not brst phylrLna mends Foley's Honey and Tar Com- mT TYPEWRmNG one o( the It aa pmimtKd Winston Pickett bad boen burned to a mil country lor yrara and la a rrnulir prewrlption. TELEGRAPHY death at the hoin. of his parents. Kev. W. S. Willis, of Hustonville. yourself when you feci a cold com-ui- t: It la conpcMpd of the bn lonlr known, romblnea pound, becuusc it cures in every Mr. and Mrs. Ucrtrr llekett. nt will rirench nt McKinnev next Sunon. It checks and cures coughs with the beat bloud purlftrrv acting dlrertly on the case. ''I have used it myself and I WlTlljrCSM MliSIBIIIEfiL&lM. & Poenhonta'j. Arkansas. No details day two la what producea aurb wonderful re- of rtprrtane In ir""VJ2 IU FrealnVnt- baa morninir nt 11 o'clock and at nnd colds and croup and prevents aulu Inarrdtenta catarrh. Seed for ImttmonlaM. tree. have recommended it to many othla funic U yeara edjeallnK !. weir received of the fearful accident F J Clli:VCY 4 CO . JTopa.. loledo. a ers who have since told me of its an,! bankina- bntineea. aim bronchitis and pneumonia. Shugars lorpnrreap, mw c.nirr i""". The little bov was the second (.on Turnersville in the afternoon at half Sold by VnuelHn. prlee ?5c. ITB,Uilaloa,y. great curative power in diseases of UiniinUICB M. Take Hall'a FamUr "Ilia for ronatfpatlon. and Tanner. of Mr nnd Mr- - Pickett unit o'clock cs y, el Cut down my expenses and put some money in the bank. I can live on a lot less if I try. I will start a bank account fl am 'going to STATE BANK & TRUST CO., m 1-- enn-dida- . roa-o- seeii-vear-ol- mrdl-na- yr sv V1 A, IV.' I I d Mid-Wint- er Clearance C3?! a.- SALE " m SUSPENDERS 50o 25o 15c 10c Kiisncndcrs tiiHPcndiTS ; 1 i.i " Men's Clothing 2.'i SACRIFICE. stfJ3Kara HATS OF ALL KINDS John B. Stetson $3.98 5 lint now S2.98 $100 hats now $2.84 $.1.50 lints now WHICH All-Wo- ol .rti i SACRIFICE. Shoes of all kinds and all leathers. $4.39 $0.00 shoes now 5.00 shoes now 3.78 .3.48 4.50 shoes now $3.29 $4.00 shoes now 3.50 shoes now 3.00 shoes now 234 1.98 2.50 shoes now 1.48 2.00 shoes now 1.19 1.50 shoe? now sniKncndcrs 1 in All Wool Fabrics and $'.12.50 Suits cut to $14.98 1258 'J0 Suits reduced to .l.r and $1S SuitH p '"w t 9.98 $10 and $15 Suits ec-- now at 7.i Suits Wo have n lot of for Men and Hoys, hires broken, that Bold for $7, 18 and $10. Wc will $3.48 clone them out at Hoys' Knee SuitH, nil wool, in Knick$12..ri0 POINT WHERE WE MUST PUT THE PRirES WH TO ABSOLUT ELY NOTHING IN ORDER THAT WE SFI I THE GOODS TO MAKE ROOM FOR OUR SPRING STOCK. YOU IS COMING IN NOW. ON CE MORE WILL HAVE A GRASP AT SOMETHING YOU RA RELY EVER SEE AT THIS TIME OF YEAR. THESE PRICES ARE GOOD ON ALL WE HAVE IN THE HOUSE. CONSISTING OF CLOTH ING. SHOES. HATS. CAPS. COATS AND ODD PANTS AND ALL LADI ES' AND GENTS' FURNISHING NEW STOCK. GOODS. IT HAS NOW COME TO THE at susDcmlcrs nt nt nt . . - 39c ISC 08o lie 4 28 Other standard makes in. Felt, and Stiff Hats $3.50 lints now 3 lints now 2.50 Huts now $J2 lints now now $ t.0-Hat- s fl Hats now $2.48 $2.24 $1.88 $1.39 Shirts of all Kinds. Dress. Flannel and Work Shirts 5 ii.-- , CORDUROY COATS. $2.48.. $3.68. 83.98 and UM ., erbocker 1'uuIm Suit nt S7.9J $10 SnitH at $7.50 Suits $8)0 and $6 SuitH 5 at $5.41 $3.98 $3-- 8,9e ....; ..,, 98c 79c Wc are badlv overstocked and cannot oossiblv carry these aoods ever, as our room Is small and $or!na aoods op hands, Sa.wr. have slauoh-- vt ter'ed'the nrlce on evervthlna." - , f - 1.5ar,omfort3.at 1,25 Comforts-a- t Comforts Readv Made. $2.00 Comforts nt $129 1.19 at 1.00 shirts at 75c shirts at 50c shirts at BhirtB. $2.50 shirtB 2.00 shirts lib; nt nt $l.9 'j ,.... 1.48 IJB- - ; 83e 48c .94c $7.50 fi nO THI8 SALE COMMENCES ....-.- at Suits nt ' $2.84 $4 Suits at $258 $3.50 Suits nt We have some Hoys' Snitu, sires $1.19 broken nnd small at RUBIERS . of the best maki at cost. We have them In Rubber Boots. Felt Beots. Gum Arties. Cloth Lao Arctics, and Sandals. GUM COATS The storm cont $6 salo nrieo. .$4.48 $3.50 slikkcro nt $3.00 stikkcrs at 2.50 Blikkcrs at SATURDAY Blankets. Co'.ton and Weel. 39c. 79. 98. $1.19. 1.98. 2.48. and 3.88 Coat Sweaters. Ladles and men's all Waal $3.50 coat sweaters at 3.00 coat sweaters at Gentle- ' now s pitRfa niui 5.00 cases now . cu-xe- Suit Cases. All Leather. S4J8 A 4al ALL WOOL "ODD" PANTS Men's and Young Men's tf the Finest Make $7 $G SLIKKERS FISH BRAND.... K-6- Pants at $451 $4.48 $3.98 ?j I.I 13, 9 O'CLOCK AND WILL BE THE LARGEST ING EVER HELD IN THIS COUNTRY. AND MOST SACRIFICWe feel It our dutv Inform th e neoole of our slauohter. Here are the orlcc and vou can come and net what vou want, as vou now have before vou the hardest oart of the vear and winter has lust commenced.. at at at 50c coat sweaters at 25c coat sweaters at Underwear. Men's and Ladles S1.2S srarment Wi ! 2.5Q eoat 2.00 coat sweaters 1.50 coat sweaters 1.00 coat sweaters awiii at .... Wffrxf- r- $2.00 eases nt 1.50 cases at Straw and !!!!!!!!i3JS .Fiittr Turn ..!- 4 M- JRj In Utiles' Searfs and Phewdx Itoff hi wit ana wasn am S2.00 and $2.50 scarfs at ... . 1.0P searfs at 50 and 75e searfs at LEGGINS OF ALL KINDS. 1 i Pnnts at $5 Pants nt W Pnnts at $3.50 Pants nt $'-7$3 Pnnts at Odd Pants All Wool nt 19c, Hoys' 38c, 79c nnd $1,11. Men's and YounR Men's Corduroy Pnnts at $1.19, $129, $1.48, $1.68 $158, $2.48 and 2.88. 9 gJJ Mens' & Younn Mens' Overcoats. $22.50 and $25.00 ovcrconts .$13.98 $18 nnd 20 overcoats co nt . . .9.98 $12.50 nnd 15.00 overcoats at . .7.98 $7.50 nud .flO.OO overcoats nt ..4.98 have a hie stock. $1.48. 1.98. 2.21). 2.78. and 2.01. 38tf.79c.il.4fantfSI.4t . t Cotton Underwear 50c carraents at garments at 25n ... 3fc 39c 19c F Bovs' Overcoats Wo CAPS OF ALL KINDS 19c. 39c. and 79c. NECKWEAR 50a tics now 25c tics now 39c I9C FLANNELS. 25 and 85c at 19c GINGHAMS. 10c QUALITY at 8 Remember the date SATURDAY. JANUARY 13. 1912. at 9 o'clock and lastlno onlv 20 davs. W. will close out the entire Fall and Winter' stock reaardless of orlce. As we have the slices before veur eves. come now and see the aeeds and vou will buv. m such trices were ever out before vour eves. Mra ' 50a hosiery at 25 and 35' cent hose at loo hose at ... 10c' hoso""at ..., 05 o hose at . . . FLANNELETTES, QUALI 19 HOSIERY. oue siovcs at 25a jrtoves at pi..,., a., ut..,. aim in nora .tej $2.00 cloves at S1.50 at 1.00 cloves at uiuu .lcc aa... .... .... ..HltA 79c fi AMERICAN and SI MSOM 'CALICOES AT 4c and 4 I -- 2c OUTING FUNNELS. 10 and 12 QUALITY. NOW 8c PElTYAIKU l-- 3e KTU. and 12 I -- 2c REMEMBER THE DATE PLENTY OF SALESMEN AND REMEMBER THE PLACE. REMEMBER SALESLADIES TO WAIT ON CUSTOMERS. ONLY COME EARLY TWENTY AND AND GET DAYS THE THINK. WATCH And WAIT. THE PICK OF C00DS . I. n '( SAM ROBINSON, NEXT DOOR TO LINCOLN COUNTY NATIONAL BANK. ;sjM- :'vi $ 4 o o fHE STANFOHD WTEWIOW JOUWWAL STANFORD, KENTUCKY 8' ooi aoMocrx:ioo&aso$$"o'oo0"o"&t oiooioioii THE FARMERS O Inventory Sale and in order to reduce our stock as much as possible before that date, we offer our stock of a u i't O Q - o o o a o a On Feb. tory (iO Hlieep. farmer otiirht to rend V. II. IfiunitiM niUertUemcnt. "Keen m m:" Iniv a rnrrince bent er nml n lnp robe of J. 0. McClnry. 1'or Snlc 81)0 bushels of shelled iiiUh, "JOU IhmIioIh orelmrd urns M'cil.-OOIhiIoa timothy liny, fl funey Polled Diiihnm weiuiliiij; hull enhex A Xo. 1, I)iirut Jprtipy hour. A. V. !)S-t- f. Curpenter, Morelund, Ky. .- Homo unm for Wantednhout S. i:eiv Cash for Accounts and Notes eomes easily nnd direct when jou placu them with im for colleetion. We nuikn pollerlioiu nnd look after elnntiM anywhere in the United Stnle nnd Cnnnda, and irtnke no clmrj;o uU- - wc collect. Ilnnk referenen Correspondence Invited. MAY'S COLLECTION AGENCY. Somerset. Kentucky. A CHANCE 1 J. Kmliry, Jr. we will take our annual inven- m O O For Sale. 50 nciea of timber nml on Ottvnhcim pike Frank Coleman, ltotito, 1 Stanford, For Side. 10 j:ood young ewes nil l)S-8t- Of Your Life To Get a Corduroy Suit or a pair of pants at d off as long as they last. one-thir- o o FALL & WINTER BOOBS! m m COST will Ininli liy lliiinehiie liut'k. W. .). Campbell HiMoimllc, Ky. T. W. Jones A Coiuimtiv hue been tliiiiitiiivra biinih ot cuttle to t mi nuiiiti ilimtii' the mist few boiiL'ht Hi nice Ci'iO imiinil heif ers from A. T. Xuniiellev. nronnetor of the stock xariU Mniidux iimin; him t in'oiind for t hi in. Thev nNo At eot niee (UH). pound ri"" oiu troui K. (. Arnold, the well known trader, 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 certainly can SAVE YOU MONEY and give you first-clasmerchandise. s o o o a o o limned a counto of of ln to Cmciumitl tins Weik. iiimiii' from y il.T'i to ?)...() tor thiin. I loir m. otf j tulle iut now. i.t m 1. At Ctdumhus. (hi., on Monda. dan between five and nix humlrid mules ehnuirid hands at an u entire nnee of J00 a hi ad. iiinkinir a total of fm- $100.0110 to ?120.UI)0 or nhout half as much business as was done in mules on .Inn. 11110. on tin- - last dale Columbus, did the Inrucst mule business in its lustorv. On Jan. "J. 11UU. the dav lollimiiiL' more thiui $30,000 north ot mules nc sold. K,'rr' fonnerK of .Vorlli Vf; ' Miiblletoun. hut now a wellkn.iw -cur-loiu- U at jsl.'.'i. The miiiiv firm Come quick and be the lucky man. THE BARGAIN PLACE 1 hs - c& FIRST NATIONAL BANK, STANFORD, KENTUJKY L. L. SANDERS. '' s re ($ I Cummins & Wearen, Stanford, Ky. ' w 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 remain yours- a a o i t t o w a i uiiiul leccutlv his n ci'itered saddl" lallioti KoMiie. and four Ihl'Ii ta-mares to F. K. Kill, iietnur ln the Arkansa alle llreeduiL' Coiiiimiix. Kexine is a miii ot In liv fie ere.it stallion Kt' .MeDiiuald. and this I'liinmw Mini. lion is the sire of th ta-- t iiaeinir ireiiiiL--. .i. u 'M() ,.j. tliut tiaili.I arouiul J 0"i 'I he mares huuehi b Mr. Hill were Fair Aero Oueen bv Itoiiilion luiii' I'rnii'i t It. bv jtour- bou iVo... Ji I, ), ..rl ,v l'r- cst Denmnrk. nud n black mare i Daudv Jim. 1 s raulle Mi!d vSTRONG And Seeking Your Bank Account. CAPITAL $50,000. PROGRESSIVE ACCOMMODATING SURPLUS $25,000 Open an Account With us TO-DAY. HOG CHOLERA. Lexington Paper Says It Is Spread ing In This Section. : la1 ; lit. t The Heme ot Hart, Schaffner & Marx Clothing. ' I w iafisoaso6'0sssiaas KEEP WARM Nice Line of Blankets from & gr?Mftlig?SBMftal g OHWftBOCHW" r w , . i. . $1.50 to $7.50 per pair Comforts from $1.50 to $2. J5r w t Sj.J- ; . v ovMh 9 Mt l Hughes, Martin & Co. 16 '''w ''M"1" ru" "1,ah h":l,- - 'v"Cil- .t.nlmnM tr. in ouier eounues ol uio nine wue wen tcpt nt work in Uio etnto inf,Ira'.i the comlitioni arc much the most of the tunc ncciiiutiii; ho: ft v ..!iu. lm I. ....1 ...I t'i.1. and hac arcinatcd more than .ri,000 an' ""I"'0' nt .tbo in the hoc produeii... t'ol.iinti uccord- y "bile the officers of the y O iiitf to tho 1010 census, the loss has Bla.1011 the Million am exceeded a nullum dollars !",at'"" "'I'.1 ,lh?",i'lJs of requostH bendinp ccry energy toward reine- H "ie hcram liavebccii 1IMK uic nitiintion, but ns wt there nml l.ioinise, to .lunl, Mill l.iI.P.. ! Fanners in all juris ot the Mate ' ""'l1''1 Hmw ,ho M'in'ue htarlid .is little or no iinpnivuiiieiit apparc lit. .3 spring or tarly Mininier the are riishui,' their hos of all sorts iu deumtid beuu; far greater than the I the market to onto losing them throtifila eholor.i and the result fitipply that can be obUiined, be- m will doubtless be almost unprtced-cutl- y O hij;li prices for bogs net jear .t BBaaaaaaB!aBi&. lOCT The Ihpenment Station here is ;, laaaaaaaaaaW'a- - vVTJBbbbBbbbbbbbb aHBaaavaaaaaaaaaaal appoalid to lor aid 'mjh-jyA'VPnfTst h!ti't t MpTSrfV rra Tho iholein is ,,f the inont l, ispatKw ,1'A-'-k ., ni f... ....,i !.c MttmSOUf ultral ( A&'J H'iiuieiit slatioiis iu n.1 tl e hl.ile are rushing their aiiiui.il biisb.iudii LbbUY VlT " '''iigaH Pro-ilipirtmeul- - to the limit to tr to MormWoot-Mor- m m Lambm-M- or futiiirdi the f.ttimrs siruui for vac Mutton B Tttt't whr pmflti ara to abaap gsa cination to proMiit the iholcia, but I rrcflta cnta jou keap your aollnala H the demand far extetds the hiipjily H d ttf Irctu aoiDta. not onl iu Kentucky but iu the olh ei htatts us well, uheru reports See uh before iou hell. Kt.t prfce that condition m.- - a J bud or oMi than tiny are iu Keutuekj, in eountrv or delivered. rlaan mt wtl' jf onlj polUialr tbrap, bul the worm, not While tluro bine betn more reto jour in evrrjr cAbar ft annual oo jnarilara. Ttala womlirMik, a ports of the iiiM!ins in" eholera in Inaianrdr allldaatroj anit ipii ararr the ueMe.ni portion of Kentucky A. Jat wom,lailB(lliaanliiiirraalaitl(tit V ana aMlmllate erarr ounraot foodllaala. ' la aondarfnl loole aa4 thnn in the central nnd cintern por - dllloMr. llcoau tnl lUctaeeot rno adar m i par Laad lo f aad. tions, inquiry reiiln the fact that Bml-la maoofvitaiad bribe Wi TLft Le put of the day it the creaks, when the whole faar k conditions in the Itlue (JrasH are juM ffBh. 8. K rati Compaar. dm aaraUad.6. JTJgB adhered totjetW around the lamp. us bud ax in the Hestirn pirt i f the PHONE 153. TktMiKffAfmtkybtfUct md flkkoug oudla ace goa (owtcc klaair Htate, and that theru app.uenl'y i Lap. plarrtnii riiatha oanaiot 1 Moa aad dx fcufiipwinbW R no abiitement of the tin tiw United Sute aloaa, atore Uwa 3,000.000 oi iKcm Rr There tie ia .ic of Usm. ginnf thar cleat white light to more thaa 3,000.000 hose. iikisI dreadul of all disiahes known Other lamp coet owea, but you caaaot get a better light thaa th Rtro fp'ra. It hai become to popelar we au almoat call k "tke official laky ! IM r 0 (lA'inj;ton Lender) nuwi of ho- - cholera h m over Kentucky and the Xorihern Mutvs, and it is estimatid that A suh-ii-t,l",- 19 Iinf; emue of the Krent .Iciniuul ,),., .Mmluou eounty nliine, it is .mtiiiii iu the northern stiiten. oMimutetl by thohe in u ixwitioti to Since April ' mow than i:i,000 kimu, there Imi been within the last liJosrs of serum lm m.,mi M.nt out few months more than a thousand J by the Agricultural Station here u- 'oss ol lw'n, "'"'" m ""nc ""10 n"d ""qni baxe been re-. Im-ede- to the Jm fr ! '0"",'es ,1', os U' M1". I"!? ' P"I infor-alread- umi-cnoicr- ii We Pay be-in- nm&RSK'iJBm ir-i.- .-- K er jH Highest Market Prices For , All kinds of Furs. duce, Hides and TheFaraous OLamp low-pnc- f H. B. Northcott. R. T. K. Tudor. Mgr. -- American family." J.L.Beazley &Co 8ALMER3. L t. r : t99if i Stanford, Ky. ii TrUroumao(aoUb(awkhl)aadtoaeakkalinMlt aaeraeaicK aaywaara. oWW It Rm Wp i of wm fc Ji nuw mcnW x my ieii u W tke AA ri Standard Oil Company (laeorporatol) flV Kg() &f E. T. PENCE, JR., Stanford, Ky. Ci UNOERTAKCnb AND M AL80 DEAL IN ER FURNITURE, MAT- aa All live merchnnts are Tenrcsented in the I. Interior .Journal and dailv Courier one vein $4. J.'a ndvertisine columns. It Jounutl Offer food & & nearly Q Ci & 1: li & & && TINGS, RUC8. THEY WILl POSTED aedj-o- ua to trade with them onlv this mouth and next. t I'ne hunting place, rti with name.) $ ouhIi EXCHANGE FUHNITUhE Ladies' Coats t- - Wonderful Cures Weortod in Lib many. The use of simplo herb as remedica instead of the more concentrated am! usually more danjerom iaoranio ubtancei, ha been revived very widely ol Uto. In Germany a new kohool of phyaiclam bin aruea which throwi out almott a whole ol the pharmacopeia and relies oo an edaptatioa oi the method ol iviij iV. )'. Ir'orlJ. animate in curing thcmulvci It was Or. it. V. I'icrce, chJcTcoinultiiii phyiician to tbo Invalid' Hotel ni Surgical Iattituto of Buffalo, N. Y., who nnt advocated the extended uae ot ionic ot our native root, mch ai : Golden leal and Oregon grape root, mainirak-aa- d queen' root, black cherrybark. These are the cbiei ingredient in Doctor rteree ooiden Medical UUcovery, wliicU ha abeen o Awell ana lavoraoiy wran . I la b , f ncany nail a etniury. rv Lmnlaa laamir. aw lor tonic that atmri boa provided. N. Y. J. poiAi.n MATimuif of Onlnlng, doctors ay: " I told mott for over flvoyeur with hut the dlliUai comlUion uf the tUimtuh, jutocUUed ulth acuta) I bad tried Tluil coiuUIUjii of mime, und mrvH hairt, enough nux. bismuth, gentian, rhubarb, etc., to float a nlp and naturally thought thero aa no euro for mo, but after rin.llnrr uliat null I.,. lit Hrv'liirM .lllt nf thn CUmtl VO flUalltlOS of the liufrodlents of 'Uolden Medical DIovcry I gave It aiair trftil. Took thn MHtcoVerr'ana anw iw iieauani l'ultitU.' and can trutbluily aay i am leoiuis do iier ooit than I nave In your. 1 cbeorf ully gtva neraawaloi 1 1 to print tlila litatlmnnlsl anil If an 'Hfillhtlnir Thomal' rrttaamo medicine lu Uiu I will 'out him wImi' to tuo bent t. ft kUTBatoM. Ey. oouutry r mf-fcr," uoron IKi-l- uuntu to poti liu iv & in upon ua and FOR At.L tMNCro OF STOCK. 0IVE THEM A CALU. fRIC6 RIGHT. LhurKo ceuu f' KJL 'it- x . Ami 7Syi -r ar 1 ehave a few Ladies' Coats "fvhich we are closinc; out BARGAIN PRICES ' ' it 'jf, JUL A ' ' ! CRAB ORCHARD, ' KENTUCKY. ,"t ,. -- : . 'i M .1 U 0. Goorii. Ueieheuhueh llrim. N". II. I'lumnier, floratch and nil ri . arrt srnU'b unlit you fwl It jou couli ulr-i- t Fred Von Alliunn Jueob Uutider tear tho lurnlcic a In iroi i t r )tl S. II. llmi):hiuiiii until It mii.s uh If y ij out I no Muttie II I lev. it.. longer enjuru tlm end lUy if , W. Ib'ldi'ii I'ri'd Von (Iriieiiuun, ii uwful torture lu o i !.i of idecplcuM n;;oiiy. J, &(. Gooi h John Uroi!. a fev dt is u U I t'1 Ilirn Kczttrm W, Yumotm Wm. and John Huffman. wilu itll o ur i iV Com-forelief Tlie It'll tnsi itiy' .1. It. MverH. Williitm Cordier. and rent ut li tl T I). U. la a Hlirn Jo extcrn.il witf J. . I Ji'ulniniti. U P. Mi two I ley, that cleatme und h. t.1 t,j in'iiincl J. I". Am r, Mis. V. 0. Melt.e v rocnijnlid B'dnou notlilnir ; ia I npedllo for Ecu-m- , Mr. I'eltie Soonnmore. Jnl Ittirum or any utl ar akl i troutl. fl. . Ko.vr, John M. Cm tor. We tan invn you r. r 'I lr the yeiiulns rf 00 nnJ If t)i II nV t r'"'i3 f.. J. H CuniPiiicrli, Mis. Maltie White 1 1' vary f til oo . to-- Klo relief It Mill n.t ort 8. I). Hintl. Sum CHstello cent UNDtRTAKER AND CMBALME If. C, lniif.liiiion, K. V, CnrKon. N.I- Wa bIbi can Itlva you a hi m vt nr stmxr a (.i;., Mes-- cr ccnia iia lor ii you Hum. J. S. Mocker. day when can But P. . D.7 KV vTANFOfTO, Kotiie. Ko one nlloued to hunt OMIca 'Paoaa 17. Houia faone U. MuMrt ami Tanwr. Stanford. Kv. n tny tiirm Fox Dmldeinr. I1CHS mm Wii j rnt 0. . v lltriuiiu C. T illou, llirkol. C. Jl. Allen. II. Munnian.' J. c. mcclary I. 1 rt lil r tfc-K- .V 4w A -- kJ