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KENTUCKY TUESDAY, JANUARY 19, 1012. S ''I"' lA V ANII FKIMA1 HARVEY HELM'S WORK STRONGLY COMMENTED LANCASTER NEWS IjMisvfflc Times Paints Out Saving T Taxpayers as mit tH His Work Great Re- That ureal democratic daily, LouisTille Times, npprcciaecs Tho the fpbndid work Congressman Harvey Helm in doing in Congress right now taring the people of the toward nation from ten to thirty millioim of dollars u ycnr. A lending editorial lu the Times Innt week said in 1i J J . I i PatlHetl Army Pests. In 1890,. tho pesiou Iht payment were increased fnim $7ft,000,000 ii .year to a total of $155,000,000 n year. The consideration wiih not the relief of the pensioners, 1ml tin necessity of finding n politically advantageous wny to Ret rid of tho surplus produced by n prohibi-liv- e tariff. The Sherwood Ml, which pushed tin' Mouse sonic weeks ago, chiefly throiiili the instrumentality of Democratic, vote, proposes to add another t7.r,u()0,000 a year in payments to pensioners. UnlrhM defeated in the Semite or otcd by the President, il will cnu.se some question in the mind of the nernRe otizrn as to the sincerity of the Democratic demand tor economy .nd tnnlf revision to n revenue basis, ' since on huehh u basis the Sherwood law wnuld inatennily to nn annual deficit in tho mutter of government Under iheso circummaintenance. nn'whal rneourngiig stances, il i to observe that individual Pemo--rnhew and them are trying to do something in the w.iy ot iTonom. It is distinctly pleasing that one of that number should be u Kcntuckiiin and that he appears to be working along practical lines to produco practical The Times is in receipt ot n copy sf the Hprech iceently delivrrcd b Harvey Helm on the for unny subject of expenditure, post. According to Mr. Helm's figures, nn anny of about 70,0n0 :nen is quartered m 176 posts, or L. hubstatloiis. The cost of these posts amount up to iiaie to over winch in to be deducted 1 7,400.000 expended for the of office iuarters, leaving total of something over n thousand dollars for the establishment of quarters for every enlisted man. In order to maintain these post, .hi annual cost ot f 11,000,000 for Jinny transportation nnd $0011,000 additional for tho traveling ciM-n-s- e of thu officer is Imposed. For 1912, the estimate cost of iiictull-innuuntniriiii': and n pairing sewerage nnd waterwotks syttcms in (he vuriotiH posts is $2,200,203.22; if heating, fJ,187,8f0 and of lightl,305,l.'2,S.1h ing Later in the course of his speech Mr. Helm quotes (Jen. Wood, the diief of staff, as saying before the committee that, ut the recent m Trxus "Troops hud to be brought from n good many Motions nither than n few and, at each Ration, wo had to Iav a certain number of ptople we had to assemble am caretakers, troopn fiom remote points and in rery small units. The scattered condition of our unny has lender-e- l ins rectum by officers in command of largo bodies f troops pracon thi tically I'npossibl. . ix'epl rare oorusicn oT ioint uianou ''. with the tnilil a. The greut objec-tin- n to tic sum i )lt,st froii. nn ecim omicat stnrdpoir.l is- that it requires pructira'ly the same machinery us it large post, iiud, from n military tdamlpoint. it in undesirable, as il tends to mclf'cWney because of the ntn.tll mrn r.f the guirisun." The remedy for these condition bv .Mr. Ile'in is thnt tlm propon-f mailer posts he disposed of to the various States to be Usui as SlnU' instituti.ms uint that tho nioiiev so t obtnimd be used to enlarge v.ith huitablo railroad facilities nnd onipetitivc transportation by water und ru I so us to reduce tr.inspor-tatin- n iiite and the cost of flip- -' t 'ies. If th'rt plan is followed, Mr. Helm believes that h saving of from to $.'10,000,000 a year can be effected, lu view of the figures present (d, his stiuuitu does not appear extreme. That in any 'event a Hubstnntial saving can be effected and military efficiency increased by doing away with "political" post Lt not open to question. eon-tribu- te ts J.'cprci-ent.vtivc ;i,ouw-(4W0rTrom ron-lmctig, mob-lif.ntipo-Jt- Ml: The Week of Prayer was observWest Virginia Business Man Ta ed line, services being held at the Kingdom ta Live Come to the $5,000 Damages Asked By Com- - various churches. nenwealth's Attorney Florence Ed 0. Doty formerly of this city, V. H. Maynnrd of Naugatuck, V. waN united in marriage to Miss bin Over the District A., bought of J. M. Reynolds Stile, in I'ccos, Texas. The line little farm near Waynesburg groom is a boo of Capt. J. A. Doty Mr. paying him therefor iy3,i!00. asking $5,000 damages in and has prospered In the real esSuits Mnynnrd will not tnke possession each action, for violation of the tate business in the Lone. Star state. flrnt of next January, 1013 Sherman anti-truuntil the luw, were filed us he has considerable business to by Commonwealth'H Attorney George His bride i.s nn attractive young Mtasisfippian. mind up at his home nnd in l'iko D. Florence last week, in the four Mrs. John K. fetormes was host- county, Kentucky, whirn ho has counties of this circuit court disess for the Morning Arid. Club at been engaged in business for the trict, IJncoln, Garrard, Doyle and pant few years. There are about Mercer, against the International her handsome home ou Richmond nvitiuw nnclipon wan Aii 100 acres to the place ha gtits from Harvester Company. Notice of .irni .1 -- .. Mr. Reynolds, and the farm is in the suit in this county wns tiled nice shnpe. Mr. Reynolds is in bus- upon Jack Ucale, tho local agent The Wotnun's Clnb will meet on iness now ut Wajneshurg, and will nnd J. G. Carlton, of this city, who yednesday afternoon at the Chris- Kin- probably not leave there, his many is district agent, wtih hendquarters tinn church with Mrs. James H. .. .... tunny friends will be gled to know. here. This is the sam character of muu m Mr. Mnynnrd, Mr. Reynolds and "s ...ff.i.- of .suit that has been filed ngainst tin iiniiniKHi ...i. uc Mr. J. R. Hevins, the latter a promin a number of iting of American Literature." the International inent fnrmer of the Kitbank section, counties and which tho management The Doard of City Snjicrvisors last week and bad says, tins caused the headquarters raised the assessable came over late of the papers in the cnsn recorded. of the compuny to be removid from the city nhout $10,000. Kentucky to Indiana. Lutlur Simpson nnd nhel Fast BROKEN RECORDS The suits charge that tho Inter- were arrested and lodged in jail national has crushed out competi- here after Garrard ofllccrs had fol- Lincoln County Has Coldest Weath-- i tion by combining a number of Un- lowed a strong clow, pointing to er Known In 20 Years manufacturing them as the miscreants who have loading harvester concerns, such as the Deering, the been burning Unnis northeast in The coldest weather Lincoln coun-t- v MeC'ortnick, etc, and selling fann- Uiii raid. Their examining trial i.s has had in prob.tbly "Jfl yinrs or ing machinery to the farmers at an set for the U:id. here Inst more was experienced xcessivc rate. tint rani fanners are having the when the mercury Saturday morning luw fixes uiisfoituue to lose their horses from The Sherman anti-truwent down to 'JO decrees below rero n penalty for violation it. a fine of Mime mysterious malady, preMim-.- i nnd stayed under the rero mark .i.r)()ll to .i.'i.OOO nnd the com lily from eating mouldy corn. Mr. it trimi ii'ost of the day. On Siindii) monwealth is asking for the maxi- Frank Hntnddus has had two good climbed rapjdly, however, and the mum penalty in these caes. equine" to die. u Mr. Molton has ice and snow thawed for a while. Prosecutor Florence held a tmet-in- g lost three, Charles Dean, of North Then another drop came .Monday and , , , . with nil the county attorneys of Vuodav morning the thermometer the distrnt at Danville 1as week at iiiiinirn, one or two ami several of the Paint Lick vicinity farmers vent down to Hi below again. which time these sui Wc'e drnwn ut!''c sustained n similar los Most everyone had become used filing m up for simultaneous ,Vl,)I(. f lis sl,clion win ,c KlXi to the Tcally cold weather by the ,., (,.,. toitnty of the district. of r(,rim,,. Uneastrinns cold snap that set in the llrst of Other Suits in Court Here "making good" m their chosen vocn- year, and little sutTering wus he new r Suit was filed by Judge V. M. tinns Mr- - ,, F n,lr,i,.Mi felt though some damage was done Myers, of Ilustonville. against the Mr n1(, M,.s ietiTf,e . ii,mK.llf to stock which was exposed. Sever- Cincinnati Southern railroad for ,ms j,,M Traveling ,ml,,mjnt,., al inches of snow on the ground $S1!.02 damages for alleged delay. ,.,.,.;,,, At1), , fi,)c KnlnrV( made sleighing and coasting mighty mg shipment on a load of cattle. & (. Ul)Utl. wi(h ilwljqlmr. u. I'lie nnd the youngsters and belle, consigned from Moreland to Cim-iu, niii(imi)0iis. Mr. Hugh L. ami beaux have been taking advan,)f Cnpt ,,,,,, HwC( for. tage of this rare opportunity. I'ipes tiati the damage being claimed for j,,, .... kept loss oftf weight of ... ihes cattle and .,.,,.... f .:H ,,;... ..... lreer.ing up all over town have i r i i. tbev Hi 't( Mr Herbeit Harden has JU' . urop the plumber busy, likewise smilini-nn- d could oi inc mnraci ueiore . reach their destination, after : u,(.n ,coln,cJ t0 tle ,,)n,.e of oasi the coal men have nil leen in me lauurc oi tne miiroan company u,r , A banking institu- the best ot humor, too. s 1. , to furnish a car for shipment. lho ,, . . , Suit for divorce wah filed by Jos. , ()f hf U))ltl mcn UNION ywUK FARMERS' Payne ngumst his wife Lucy Payne ,.,. ,hp ,.TMuU,mi of ,llc Intc Mrs Mary Hnd- - t;iir.llielh M,.Kee Smith of this city. ehnrgmg abHudnnmenl. Organized Here Monday By State ey also filed suit for divorce ngainst Fanner, report the tlrst sowing Secretary Barnett her husband, Chnrlic llniley on n f wheat in iond condition und well charge. n stntutory piotceted by the heavy blanket of The Lincoln County Farmers S. M. Owens and F. M. Ware, snow; the later sowing of the bread was formally organized here on protrl.icnt residents of McKinney. con nl having to uiidirgn the severe Monday by a number of members obtained a temporary restraining orjust after its first appear- of the six subordinnte unions thnt ngainst H. II. Metcnlf. tax mice nbovo the soil, is believed to already beer, put in the Held in der bad for the McKinney Graded be materially dnmnged by the sud- the county. State Secretary It. I School, to prevent him selling some len frigidity. l.urnett, of Pndiicah, was mi hand horsci belonging to tiiem for their ageu ti.i yeais. .Air. .iex muus, tiie work of nnd after completing Fchool tax amounting to nhout tl4.i. died ut his home Litiicn-te- i, iie.i' made u strong fjieech of Danville, is Friday at 11 o'clock A. M. after n members, setting forth the Kmmett Purycar, to the their nttorney, wlulo J. II. Paxton, shoit illness. The deceased had objects und purposes of the organof this city, represents the school. been a sufferer from rheuuiutism isation. Omcers were elected for A pretty tight is promised in this for some time past und his rather the next trm as follows: case, nnd may involve imivh of tin sudden death is alt ilmleil to heait Piesi.lent- - -- Frank Colemi.ii. , Mrs. disease. One Charles Oanglof. graded school tax of the county. Nice President Jessamine, nnd one ol Sectetary. W. Landgraf. FARM FOR SALE brother, Luther Gibbs, of this place, Conductor Hud Weaver. In Hockcnstlc county 3 miles survive him. He was a bachelor, a Doorkeeper It. Parker. from Mt. Vernon on county road, prosperous farmer and a tradtr in Chaplain C. M. Mallard. Jesswein. and near railroad. Call on or ad- fine export cattle. County Hoard Fred The young ladies of Lanenster f hnrlcs F.nsslin, Cnsper Schlappi, C. dress J. F. LEWIS, Marotbnrg. Ky. M. James and John Dowen. GALVAMI, AMERICA'S GREATEST HYPNOTIST AT STANFORD County Organizer. G. M. Unllurd OPERA HOUSE, WEONESDAY, JAN. 17. Joe Coleman. nnd assistant POSITIVELY ONE NIGHT. ONLY PRICES 15 AND 25 CENTS I.n-Ve- ra st -- THE INTERNATIONAL CO. ""," .u. "' ,. ", j I iTed l- - Frisbic bus return- from ll "'oy f two months in AT PEOPLE'S HOUSE xcw York city. Mrs. J. D. Parker ' and sisicr, Miss Mary Noel of Dan- cn with their Bister, Average of 13 Cents Obtained For """ llftVC All Offerings on Floor Tues- '"; JnmM, h: Woods- - M- - A,n,k,r n,!d ',l1,,1.e dnuBMf.r' 0crKcoln Ctobs in aro in visiting Mrs. iWalKcra sister, Mrs. Elbert Smith. Danville. Ky., Jnu. 10. Miss Sue Shelby Mason is at home .Kilty Mveu thousand pounds of uf(er B hh o Mf and Mffc Koy tobacco HdM nvrr tlm hronlru nt (tin Asn " --' llaynes of Hillsboro, Ohio. Miss Peoples' Warehouse Tuesday, bring- - Mnrpiret lStewnrt of Elixabctht ,. ' own Mliir tin uVtrii!fi of VA runt i fur nil " ' .1 re"nl B"e. ot l"e 1",A un ,hu nor. A n ml- -r b "' Lbcoln county arrived ioZ Mn r ? day with largo crTps and their weed J 'hJ for tho lun- . . ..n i mi. ... ui. .mo ncxisaies. v.01. rai of Mm wero up j.nxton., fnther, tho J. Finch the silver tonged auc- - ,atc Mr. A iobinRon. Miss Lucy tioneer of the Peonies vNnrchouso ih ivnn;u !. ..:.:. .a t demonstrating that ho is without a lo Mis,hCH K(hlH flf)(, Naomi ft.,c peer on tho Kentucky market Iiaving f Hichmond. Mr. and Mrs V T .u woro man pnecu looaceo man Browning nnd children, of Lcxi ng- .tiij viiici uuuuuuccr in IUU Siilie. ton, Mr. nnd Mrs. Frank Hncon nnd Some of thu beat sales to day were: children, of Kansas City, and Mr. ' gy LUCen Wollord, of Boyle, Samuel Anderson of Gallatin, Tcnu., 240 lbs at 30 c were here for the golden wedding of 210 lbs at 24 their parents, Mr. nnd Mrs. John h 125 lOS at I83-4- C Anderson. T0BACCO STILL GOES HIGH Davis- C(' I J. W.LONG PASSES OVER THE RIVER Well Known Citizen Answers Lg4t Last Call After Long and Useful Life Here Below. day-Lin- -"- i.. "V" ,.i p," ?2 lh"aJ' ""' 2c I st ,. ,,s fi. .,, lville r -- tji. Derrick IVnmer Lodge, No. fiOl, of F & A. M., at this place, elected 225 the following officers to serve dur- 18 I -- 2c iml the ensuing year: G. T. Luns- Average Muster; w. c. cum.mns, hen By Burnin & Peake. of Mercer lior Wurden; It, T. Lunsfoid, Junior lbs at 17 Warden : M. F. Lawrence, Senior 420 lbs ut VJ 4 Deacon; J. M. Cress, Junior Deacon 8.' Itis nt 10 J. S. I'cttus, SeiTctary; W. II. Cum :i:t.') lbs at 17 mins, Treasurer, II. G. Cummins, :1.' lbs nt 18 , Tyler. . lo.J lbs ut Jl Mt ineir meetings are Held tlic lirst -- IK) lbs ut 17 Saturday night in each month JCII His at IT) c Mrs. Mnlindn Anderson, who has ."mil lbs at 1ft been ill at her home on Stingy Creek .V lbs at 17 is nble to be up again. i'L". lbs at 14 Willis Ik'll, who has had a tough -.- V) lbs at 14 time with typhoid is able to sit up. lbs at 14 ::r The Methodist brethren will begin lil.'i lbs at i:j a Sunday school nt their church 410 lbs at 10 here. Mr. Oscar Hnltzclaw has 410 lbs at 10c been unpointed superintendent. The 47." lbs at 10 other officers will be selected Sun- JD lbs at lie ay next when the classes will be lbs at i:ic started. "&u ",s nl li,c Mr. Chirk Newland, of Mctnline, n. ibs at ea-4- c Washington, who has been absent Average 15 c from thi state for several .ycaro .. I43-411 11 150 170 145 115 lbs lbs "0 at at IbS at lbs at lOS at lbs at 18 17 16 l2c 3-- 4c 4c PREACHERSVILLE. C C 3-- 4c ., Jc J 3-- :t-- 3-- 4e Jc 2i ........ 'u i-- :i-- I James W. Long, one of the oldknown citizens df Stanford, died at his home on Log an avenue Saturday, nnd wan bur ied in the Goshen cemetery Sua-da- y, after services nt the Jtfetbo-dif-lt church conducted by bis pan tor, Hov. J, J. Dickey. Mr. Long was born at Highland, Dooember 20, 133U. In July, 1838 he was married to Miss Eliza Jane Young and to them was born a nop, who died at the age of twenty-on- e years. In 1801, Mr. Long enlisted in thu 10th Kentucky infantry, Col Landrum's regimeut of the Ifnkiu army, and continued in the service to the end of the war. His first wife having died, Mr. Long was married to Miss Elia linker. To this union two children were born, Mr. J. J. Long, at Gninosvillc, Fla., and Mrs. Thou. Dcnhnm, of this county. After four years of married life, Mn. Long died in 18G0. March 13, 18TO Mr. Long wns married to Miss Lor- ina Jane Carrier, of Lincoln county. To them were born Ave dnughterH aii done son, three of whom survive i him, Mrs. Robert House, of Garrard county and Mrs. G. T. Ashlock ami Mrs. W. II. Duster, of Lincoln coub- ty. joined the Methmliot Mr. Lonir i . " church when 15 years of age anS lived nnd died in her communion. It is a rare thing to find a man who. combines in his chnrnctcr so many virtues. He was a good neighbor, devoted husband, a kind father, a gallant soldier, an exemplary citizen and a bright Christian, He wns He n!wny-rdooinn universally beloved. for tho right as he saw the tho right. In sickness or trouble hLs attentions were unwearied. Ho has "left to his children the highest legacy possible to be bequeathed, an unsullied name nnd a char acter above reproach. "His end was est and best ', . A i; ' . - flBHMJ J I"n-lo- fre-'ze- s col-Ject- Pattie-llayden- 1- MRS. GEORGE A S. SHELBY DEAD. t-.- The late Ahsociate Justice John .. Marshall Harlan ,of the Hpprerae W. C. McDonu'd, a dmorjrnt, ,wn an inaugurated "ns New Mexiro' Urst Court of the United State, Wt eetftU of 14.000, of hkh $7J00 governor yesterday.- T tU We LuHuroape. Christian womnn. a model wife nnd n devotrd mother's life came to un end Sunday, when the spirit of Mrs. George S. She' by returned to the Ooil Who gnve it. She hnd been ill n bug time nnd while her dnth was not unexpected, the announcement of it brought sorrow to minv vhn knew nn I . loved her. She I f n hii'ilinnd and two children, who are now bowed down with grief und who hnve the viibounded sympathy of n large circle of fr'ends. .Mr. Shclbv was n daughter of the late Levi Hubble for years one of. the most prominent furuu'rs iumI stock raisers of the Shelby City section. Her mother survives her. She was born Fehrunrj 28. 1872. In early lile she gave bar life to God nnd hnd been a consistint member iI tin vlmreh .since. Deeeawnl wns .veil known in Stunfonl, where .(h bad many friends and where she frequently visited in her girlhood dnys. Her sister, Mrs. T. L. Lilian!, who lives in the fur west nr rived in time to bid her farewell, but her mother, who lives with Mrs. Lillard. was not ub'p to make the trip and was denied Ihe sad privi' ego of being with her youuges' child in her Inst hours. bjhbjbjbjbjbjbjbjbjbjbm oooooooooooBJBT v LV'' iE' BjBjpjpjpjpjpjpjpjpjpjpjBjpx BBJBJBJBJBJBJBJBJBJBJBJBJBJBJB Kf L.Ml.i'alor'.ooBJBMJBMJBl -- B:iMBNoofM V '1 VBajvVyipJBBIBIBIBIBIJ 7v- - wmxxnJiiTftftftftftftftftfJ ..Wt BjBJK 'vJBflBJHpJPJPJPJBJlBjl iBjBjBjBjBjBjBjBjBJ tBJm Sr r a H BMooooooooooobNoVT' BJBJBJBJBJBJBJBJBJBJBJBJBJBJBJBM pHJHJHJHJHJHJHJHJHJHJHJHJHJHJflrei taiJSoooooooooB BJBJBJBJBJBJBJBJBJBJBJBJBJBJBJB JIooooooobIoV BJHiaBBBBBBBaBBBBSJHA ' ' -- LoLLLLloH BIBIBIBIBIBBIBj to heaven. He m jLj in the bright prospects that opened up to his spirj:3 ;bs t j0 r.2t! "J.r, lbs nt "t itual vision. He had learned tW "mystery of Godliness, Chr'st M0 lh's nt 10 the hope of glory." Surround300 lbs"at l!lc county. i visiting his mother-in-laed by his wife and children wkn-ha- d 32ft Ibs at 18 Mrs. Evan Foley. Prot. Hut- ao ftnderly ministered to hin' 280 lbs at 18 4 bins formerly lived here, and his in his long illness, he fell asleep. 2"0 lbs at 18c many friends will be glad to learn As tbey fondly cherish his mem100 His nt li.')-4- e thnt he intends to locate in our ory, may they imitate his example ftO lbs l2cmidst ngnin. and may his God be their God. 220 lbs tit 10 ' Notwithstanding the vile weather 18e Average ot tne past week the movers have NO SHERIFF IN GREEN By John Buster, of Mercer. put in good time. Some of the folOn account of milrond indebtedlowing changes we note are: S. N. '.'3ft lbs at 17c Gill moved to the old Horton place, ness trouble. Green county, Ky.. linn 100 lbs at 13 4 nnd John Williams, the present oc- not had a sheriff for more than 3! 12ft lbs at Iftc years. N'o one can be fourd who cupant, moves to Hubble. 16ft Ibs at 19 Our long time friend, Mr. D. M. will accept the office and qualify, 00 Him at 21c Anderson, moved from Stanford to is his life would be in danger if he I4ft lbs at 27c place bought of Logan Thompson; tried to collect the largo railron?" loft Ibs at 2Cc he has moved to a farm bought of debt, but the county judge has nxr 00 Ibs at 21 bis brother, Phil B. Thompson, who pointed Mr. G. W. Wenrcn. a prom110 Ibs at 20c in turn, has moved to the residence inent farmer, as sheriff to Ml the ill) Ibs at 10 he purchased of J. F. Shaw. Mt. vacancy in the qffice. Mr. Wenrea-ha00 Ibs at IP declined to accept, as ha att Shaw and wife have moved to a ISO lbs at 14 place on Stanford pike, near Crab other parties heretofore appointed 270 lbs at 12c Orchard, which he bought of A. n. So the county will continue without 190 lbs at 171-- 4 Dustin recently for $2,000 W. P. a sheriff ,ns in the past. Cnidn-na- ti 240 lbs at 101-2- 0 Enquirer. White ha moved to tho Akers pro- 19 Average here, while the house in which RESOLUTIONS OF RESPECT By Sutton 4 Hatfield of Garrard. he lived is now tenanted by Prttitt l.u nt 10,. H. F. HosLins mpartel ths life Thompson. , 2?r .Lislon for the wedding bells. They December 24th. 11J, and by his un290 lbs at If) . '.'MO lbs at lS,J-4- c certainly will 'jng before many timely death. Crab Orchard Lodps '24.') lbs at ISc No. 108 I. O. 0. P. has lost a Ioyn weeks. Guess whoT "7ft lbs at 14c member, his family a faithful hiw V . Average ...,181-2- c RESOLUTIONS OF RESPECT band nnd father. ISrother Hoskitra ' w.ia at the time of his death lIosi, I By Hunt & Weisiger. of Boyle. Past Grand Walter Wnllin dc of our order and mnnagev of the .'t4ft lbs at 18 parted this life December 23, 1011, Odd Fellows' Widows nnd Orphans' V" ::.V lbs at 171-2- c therefore be it Cemetery. In both positions he hncV l.'O lbs ut 113.4c Revived, Dv Crab Orchard lodge no superior, thoreforo he it :.7ft Us ut 14 No. 10S, I. O. O. F., Resolved. That a cony of tho 10 lbs nt 14c .First Dy the sudden death of above be spread on our minute, a "lOft lbs nt 17c Drothcr Wijliin we are pained more copy bo sent to his wife und chila .r y; COft lbs ut 121-4- c v" than language can express. While dren with our deepest sympathy, ;ift Jb, .,t i Noble Orantd, he showed a true Odd copy bo sent to ouv county pa pee, .170 Ih.s at 1.13-4- n Fellow spirit by visiting the sick ami ono to the official organ of oof y 110 lbs at l!)l-4- o 1 & and proved to bo faithful. order, tho Kentucky Odd Fellow, , for ift lbs ut 111 4c I ifo-?Second. That we extend our ' publication, and thnt we wear tk 400 lbs ut 17c fVlii f" . ''H sympathy to his wifo and chil- - usual badge of mourning for thirty 140 lbs nt 11 to whom he was very' devoted, days. . uilreu T tt '. .'lOft'lbs! atlTi:2d I Q, It. Lyne, U. M. Perkins, J.,B. intra, mat tnrse resolutions bo ' ' i- ' "isnl f:t-4- o ' proid ujMin the minutes of this Cwnmittee. f 400 lbs nt 12 4 lodge, n copy be sent to his wife, "0 'I's at I ' 1 i one to tho county1 paper nnd one to " HEIRS IN LINCOLN,, TOO "" ." ,05 lbs at 12 the otllcinl organ of our order, the J-Harrodsburg Herald says Mrs. J. Hit) Ibs at 12 , Kentucky Odd Fellow, for publica- W. Hughe has received a "il 7ft lbs at 10 letter tion. 1 1 l,2o from John C. Moor, a Kansas Cttar? 200 lbs at Fourth thut tho usual badges that Attorney, stating that the Kobh- t ". r ,'A 13o Average mourning be worn for thirty days. sons aro heir to an W0,(HJU,000, G. H. Lyne, M. M. Perkins, J. D. tnti Jiulire llushita.lB . ' irr (ii'nnunv. pave a ba year party Friday night Corme, . Comnuttee. LLilZ." hWM i..i'i.,L i.. .i.- in the HrmphiH building. Win. It. Marrs, of Kiioxvillc, Mrs. as uyidt to assass,. -.. An attempt Willianf and Jamts liEH-'."- 4 ii the guest of her jwirents. Mr. nud N.' ... Yuan in Petin ywter- - fell in .loiiii.t in nminip . isahBki i .11 ... mite t v. hor- ?,;Y o soldiers and ..t u....i... .l .. i vuiuu Minn wiui .uin,,iinfov" i hw carnage were hU t mlm urr uuuiiuwi, sm. Hii'K nnte-cmnnb- er ( County. l-- 5wlcr,: Mrs; W. C. Chmi mins recently. He is now with hfe father; Mr. Henry Newland at Creek. He intends to return to Washington in the spring. Prof. J U. Ilutchins, of Knox w, ':-?- ts4 "rsjSi taDfc- - wjw always rejoicing- Co-di- if fct-yo- u 3-- 3-- 3-- 3-- 2c s l-- l-- J'-- l-- l-- .wfe w ,r . c . -- sin-.ce- re l-- mK- r 1 . Coi-uq- 3-- 3-- l-- l-- ir.,j. -- r; 4ti ui m JLaok.i: tZTSS v" ilJ, n (T" t ' . '.!. - K'iS- '."i ffUfi ji'TWf - .t ., -- Mt' '1 AJ - A' .l'4i, JfmrM h.a-.- 4 55FWfftW5! The iierior Ettabliihed M. Journal. 1S7ic 4HELT0N 8AUFLEYM..Publlhel IN ADVANCE man- 41 A YEAR STRICTLY afetered at the rostoftlce at sard as seoond claw mall. POLITICAlT ANNOUNCEMENTS. Far County Judqe. T. A. RICB Meocratlo party. ., MiFf North announces his for County Judge of Lincoln ratjnty, 'subject 'o he action of the candi-dao- jr bounty, subject to the action of ihe for County JnJjro of announce his canili-dac- y Lincoln i , Democratic party. For Jailer. county, Hiibjcct to the aotioii of the Democratic party-Geor- ge announces hii DeBorde candidacy for Jailer of Lincoln conn ty subicct to the action of the democratic unrtv. Dink Farmer is a candidate for Jailer of Lincoln county subject to tho uction of the Democratic part. muiHiilttPV I ' ' Fytn Pairlsh announces hi for Jailer of Lincoln MARKET. CINCINNATI the oldebt daughter r.ni away with the hired nan, tho dog hroko up 11 setting hens and the calve got A man was too economical to rinrinnnti, Jan. 10,- - I'attle out and chewed the tails off of four 2,n0'l: market steady to stioi g purchase or to suWribo for a pa fine shirts. Night w the time to f.'?.'J" steers l.f0(n7.ii0; heifer per sent his little boy to borrow tho subscribe. Ex. fi; cowh 1 .'i0 ii VJ'i nil rM lo, I copy takon by his neighbor. In hi Hogs Heceipts 7,138; murVet The Etirabethtoun Nius hits the (rf1. " hato tho boy ran over a $4 stand in live; heavy nhippcvM sliong to of bees and in 10 minutes looked nail on the hrad when it remraks: Kphcr; puckers nij h'ltchcis steidv His Tho People who abuse our kindness liko a warty sutnmor squash. pigs and lights 5(J710c higher; pickewho ran to his nsxistnnee, are those who nsk for the im of tfather, 0..."(iilU.riM'nVi i!." ; nt is wire our ppace, which is money to tis, and failing to notice n barbed cop'mon nr I 'iSffiMl ; pigs mid a littlo fence, ran into that, cutting a hand- and then nhen thry havo 4 2.ri(n)fl.20 Sh Hce!its it some lichls ful of flush from his anatomy and a printing to carry, enrry tn.l. liO(itM."r; where else. There is no reciprocity :tSi; market pair of pants. Iambs steady .?4..'0(ii'(Uo. Th old cow took advantnge of in this. the gap in the fenco anil got into WAYNESOURG FOLEY'SHONEY AND llio cornfield and killed herself eating green corn. Hearing a racket, TAR COMPOUND. tho wife run out, upet a Xonr galSchool is progressing nicely unlon chura full of rich cream into Is a reliable family mrdicinn. flio der the efficient maitu.eniei?i of n lins'iot of kittens, drowning the it to your children, and take it Messrs. MeMullin and Wheeldon. entire litter. In her haste she drop- yourself when yon feel a cold comMr. Kd. Solan of D.imillo spent ped a $15 set of fnlso teeth. Tho ing en. It checks and cures coughs a few days with relatives horo last baby, having b:n left alone, crawl-int- o and cold1 ami croup and prevnits week. tho parlor, mining a brand new bronchitis and pneumonia. Shucarn Mr. J. N. Herald visited Mr. K. .20 carpet. During tho excitement and Tanner. W. .far nnd fnmilv lust neck. AMI ONLY SAfrED $1 ts ti-- -- - Mitw Cora Sims was the guiit of MT. MORIAH. Miss Kiwio Huigleton Saturday and Father Hurras seems to hare Siimlay, come for a prolonged stay. Mrs. L. G. Uooch, who has lieou Coasting and sloigh riding nre the very sick for hoiiio time, is now on issues of tho day upon tho Mt. tho road to recovery. Mr. Connie Hayes of Kvnnsiille, The L. 0. T. M of Wnynoshurg, Ind., Is spending a few weeks with met Halurday nnd elected new ofhis ancle Mr. Hiram Hatfield. ficers for 1!)12 viz: Mrs. Nniinio Uncle Sam IJnxtin celebrated Ills Singleton, Commander; Miss Cora Quite a 77th birthday rfnlurday. Singlttoii Lieut. Com; Mrs. Virgo number of his friends nnd relatives Reynolds, Chaplain Mrs. Mary nte dinner with hint. Perry, Lady Past Com; Mrs. Pearl Mrs. Marshall Hutchcson nnd Sorrell MiMress at Arms; Mrs. Miss Artie Hutchison leave SaturRecord Kciper; Mrs. Kva day fur Ludlow whero thoy intend Sweiii, v, Finanen Keeper; Mrs. to rnnke their homo. Singleton, Pickett nnd Miss Klrio The death angel visited our neigh Singleton, official prompter. ll borhood and took Mr. (leirrge Rumor Kiiys Mr. J. L. May has who lived near McKinnoy. The gotio to Floyd County to wed a lemniws were laid to rest in the mighty rretty girl. We wish him, cemetery hero Thursday. Mr. ll oi cry happit s. was .'12 years of ngo and is surMiss Julia Williams has returned vived by a wife nnd threo childron 1'ri in Oi, Casey county, whero iMny the God of tho widows and tho sho tnught school Inst term. 'orphans comfort them in their sorMr. R. Curtis is our latftt pho- row. tograph friend. Mr. nnd Mrs Felir White attend- Kit-treKit-troe-- ol I Ihe burial or mt. Killrell aaJ here Tanra. were aleaHiint caller lft.T' llllTfl Mr. AlfnH Deatherage ami family movru m wiwmmi. ragnig In thin Chiekon pox i neighborhood noT Miss Urishia Warfield is one ef its latest victims. Misses Zorn Ilnugli, Kffie Toneg Orithin Warfield Hint Rlsie RuigU- jton were guest at Miss Fonnio HaW field's last Uedncsday. Master Warren Rough and littU hister Pearl, have returned In their lome in Detroit, after an extended visit to relatives hero. .Miss Minnie McOuffey has returned honie from Decatur, III., aad is vcrj ill with la grippe. Mr. J. N. Green w also ill wHh la rrippe. Curtis Young, of Neal's Creek, were hero Sunday to sen 'heir par cuts Mr. nnd Mrs. Alfred Haugh. Mr. Walter Robert' I a freqneat one of our pret-t- v visitir here to girls. m :t, IK M i The Louisville Evening Post editorially says: TInro is a contest mor the collcctorship that is It interesting piopoitiona. appears fioin a report in the Courier Journal that when tho members of Congress from Kentucky protested against tho rcmovnl of Collector Cooper and pointed out to the President the fact that the whole of the State had been turned over to the Bradley family, the "explained his kindness President to Senator Bradley by saying he seeded his support in ths senata. rery vote counted," he said, "on account of the small republican majority, some of whom were not ftiendly to him." "Some of his pet measures," Mr. Taft said, "had gone through with a margin of one ac two votes, lie said he must lis-V- ta to the Rcpunblican Senator from Kentncky." Does the president mean the Senator from Kentucky is to be influenced by "loaves and fishes, docs tho administration mean to intimate that u hoft berth can induce a Senator from Kentucky to lie down with strnnpo bed ' fellows T Bradloyfo man Lillard has evidently given Mr. Tnlt a wrong impression of the Kentucky Senator, but the Senator got in bad company when he took up with Lillard and men are judged by their associates. Harry Souuncrs asks if the women were allowed to vote would they "they pad the returns? Well how many men could tell whether the women's vote wat. padded or not? pat-raaa- go Citizens National Life lnseras.ee Company, Anchorage, Kentucky. December 30, 1911, Admitted Assets First Mortgage on Real Estate ' rv It i- - u conat' the gressional committee call a snap urimary for March 18 to nominate the democratic candidate for the Next term. He will be a candidate, at nurse, and is trying to scare off ajpoaition by not gning an opponent chance to make u campaign over (he district and phow up Cantrill before the people in bis true colors. Reserve on Outstanding Policies - $1,369,188 17 Reserve tor Dividends left with Com184,967.50 Stocks and Bonds pany. Policy Liens in excess of 263,220.71 Cash in Banks and Of fice Items held awaiting ad365,713 64 Loans on Policies vice! etc 3,659.08 Loans Secured by Stocks and Bonds 145,97 1 .73 Re-ertor Death losses awaiting 166,263.32 Real Estate orool of adjustment 16,513,23 -176,008 87 Premium Extension Notes Reserve tor dividends and other payments to policyholders Net Deferred and Uncollected Prems 43.698 .5 1 37,673 49 20,357.24 paid in advance Due and Accrued Premiums Interest 597.82 Interest paid in advance 144 86 Postage "on hand 10,886 01 Commissions accrued and agents' credit balances 1,997.83 Medical Pees, Taxes and other Editor Henry Wattcrson of the the editor or accrued 11,777.16 the New York World a dinner that Rk s rvd to cover amount involved in nt outs Taft and Roosevelt beforo the next presidential case in suit couple of years paign. This was 22,544.22 at the time Roosevelt returned a?o, Capital Stock $485,145.00 on Africa. from his big hunt editor issuo last week Partial Payment on nnd says he ready to p.iy capital 20,337.56 ones dinner. the ngrec that if Taft is io unassignea Jj'unds publican nominee for president. profit Surplus be. It Roosevelt , 202.514.11 Woodrow either little, burpius tor protection oi ?e tho noit president of Wilson United States.' Ihe .policyholders 707,996.67 .V . !?3T: Total Total Net Admitted Assets $2,182,733'68,, $2,182,733 68 Campbell Cantrill, Congressman Seventh district, had his -- .... $ 816,387.30 r-er- ve, ve ... IN ex-nens- es Courier-Journa- l, bet would be cam- n is biiy tho In World, tho Jjct, seem Tho wise renut. i'l tho f s)fA. will will we believe. will ... . , . ADDITIONAL ASSETS NOT INCLUDED THE FOREGOING STATEMENT, COMPRISED OF FURNITURE, AMOUNT OF DEPOSITS WITH FIXTURES, SUPPLIES SE- ACCOUNTS RECEIVABLE, STOCK NOTES, AGGREGATE $788 738 STATE TREASURER FOR THE CURITY OF POLICY HOLDERS DEC. 80, 'II ....$1,549,872.94 DECEMBER 31, 1910 INCREASEGAIN IN NET ADMITTED GAIN GAIN IN SURPLUS FOR - :.: :...': :.. 1,179,785.95 $370,106.99 ASSETS ...; :;...:.. .'.:.::::.:.. , $178,026.11 35,610.01 TOTAL INSURANCE IN FORCE TOTAL INSURANCE IN FORCE I $19,304,850.00 17,663.00 $1,641,982.00 The Kentucky legislature, has invited Wilson, Hnru'on, Heurst anil other big democrats to nddrcss it. flear-- t has just gotten back in the band wagon after a year or so with his Independence League. He will te n strong factor in insuring demo-ara'.success this fall, however, and home. - His s warmly welcomed great daily papers wield a powerful influence. io PROTECTION OF POLICY- HOLDERS IN STOCK HO.'DERS' SURPLU- S- 23,285.02 GAIN PAYMENTS TO POLICYHOLDERS, INCREASE IN HOLDERS RESRLS FOR PROTECTION OF POLICY j, I9I' ; 1910 $269,938.89 .j,. . ($142,421.17 ft M Lhc"wUijSk9PL?vjhe ...PAYMENTS E TO POLICYHOLDERS, 219,952.65 9,9(K)w1 DECREASE IN OPERATING EXPENSES HlELwlEP9flflH3P( :Hw Congress will nave been restored to CHAS. D. PEARCE Preslfcnt. sigh pun ok. oiuer yeure. do $EM. NHtN, 1st mult it be. HELM INUCE, Cmral CmirmI. Leuixville Tiroes j Read waat the has to say of Ceafreasman Barvayl tka irst page of' sflelm, rapriatad Bradley, the standard of Kentucky's npresaaUtive in the upper balls of ' Ollie James has been elected to tirfi Senate. When Beckham is elect- ad two years from now to succeed A Policy in The Citizens National is as Safe as a National Bank Note jhe ''' il OFFICERS: L W. KEY, TrewraT; . , I. E. T. W. LACY, Actuary. J. W.EAKE,$aflrtoryr W. W. M00RE, L MOORE, Supt. Awcl. Dtradir. SeMral Manattr. H STUCKY. Chief MH. S. C WALKER, General Agent, Stanford, Ky. . U --- . jiwswh'j JU . rr 'I ' 1 THE 9TANF0BP INTERIOR JOURNAL PLENTY OF LUMBER fur nil purpose. ON HAND STANFORD, KENTUCKY MOTHER BEAR HOLDS sharply that tho wns upset nnd tho mnll nnd mill carrier spilled out In tho dust As rinllcy picked hlmsolf up ho pulled his niitnmMtc revolver out of Carrier Puts Up Fight With Re- his poeket nnd flred nt the henr. whlrli na nlmost on him The bullet volver and Bruin and Cubs went trim, and she rolled onr In tho ' road, siinrllnj: -fnnd Arc Driven Off. clnwlnn Rl lTC-- 7 i-J siemeil to me enouRh of Imttle, fnr HpoUnno, WmIi A mother lionr tho next mliiuto sho plekotl herself with n Hat NoIon tinttln glontn In up and scnmiwed orf into th wood her eyo and nn Ad Wolnnat utjlitlmr with the eiihs IsbvIiir rt (mil of blood crotit Ii, nnd her two llttln culm, hold behind her As soon as the nhsken imiley eould up fnrlo Sra' mull In tho roml tic PROTECT YOUR HORSE III. horses, tween Sandy nnd Mnrmnt nml jjnvo rolliTi himself he miia-li-t (' M Mnllry, rural mull rnrrlcr on which hnd stopped 'nfter running a Alio yourself when driving thi cold tho routo thi! tlmo of hl llfo when short itlntnnr. down the road nnd weiither. Wc nre lieiidiiinrtem f,r ho nrc opted her chnllriiRo tlio other with tho nld of .1 tmrtv of nntni.t. blnnkttH, lnp rohos mid enr-rit- e that camo nloiiR soon nfter he rUhted afternoon heuteri. And nil horsemen's llitlley wns ilrlvltiB lelnurcly nloni; his wnRon and hltehed up supplies. townrd Snndy In his mall whkom Ids sturdy lmrsin whon tho HERE IS A REMEDY THAT WILl 1 C. MrCLARV. benr popped Into night as tin rounded CURE Stmtfnrrl. Kv SKIN AND SCALP n cimo Hho mm ntnudliiK on her AFFECTIONS. So if on want lo build n Iioiiko, n Imrn, a chicken coop, ii dog linusu or a fence, corno here for (lie materials. We huwi till ports nml mum in both re ijth hih) lumber nnd if we cannot nit yon in kind, Humility, quiil-il- v nml rire. nobody ('mi llin-lii'il UP UNCLE SAM'S MAIL nhout wnRon In tho road so Outof ?work a aaTTai r" ". r-r-" N - 3 fJrpqtmoney - J A. ALLEN. Stanford. Ky. m r MtMJJ ' ni v ..s"'lfl - ft .-. o help1 - S3 Bwm clenr nml Mcujy to Dm lint tlion. 1'or Jlio nko of ocryona In llio larall), lualat on having ' llro Turin White, Solitc Lamp Oil no morn than in- HnilB. tMcsejrci;iavci money.icnor Yourdealcr lmi lUn barrels direct from our woriu LOUISVILLE, KY. Rrnnrrjr at Mama, fa. Molar Ooaoltaa, .tula OIL TanK-wac- to d ' Hmokrlem - flootlemi-Ortor-!''-C- CHAS. C. .STOLL OIL CO.. llUb-rirmd, m.hh 55 s' Ym WM Tf J'-i DRU0G1ST And Wc Can Prove Jt. e- STOPS THAT ITCH u "No-Cart- ." UrtAL Mil. FAU.MKIfo Mnkoour iioiiioiin iniNlerii (or our fiiuiiljr as ice, 'CsMtncu, stul plniD jourm-l- l in n portion to get this Intiwt imirkct iiuotatioiia Jit tiny time. This can he ncouiuplihlicd liy meal. of our le'epliona service which joii nml jour neiglilxirs ihm get for u sum that is Mnull compared with itonefits rrciivnl tho (hll or nddriss our nearest olGec or writo direct to ieiidiiiurlerf, NuMmlle, Teiin., lor information rrgardmir our swcil "Fur-incrLine" rate If jon nro not ul pre-eenjoying telephone service, wc can iniuied. u ly interest jou. Our lines rover the State of Ivoiitivkt, Tetimtwr, Mn..i.ipjn, Iyouisi iiiii nnd tlo Southern imrtioii of Iiiiliiiua nod Illinoit. EAST TKNN IXSi:F Tills. V TEL. CO. nt retePHoVES. &PB Vf Mr IIM lMlt!KATri' ran FLORIDA AND ALL SOUTHERN RESORTS O.N HAL.U IJAtUY VI- A- WINTER TOURIST TICKETS TO- - -- 1 l 7: I) A ALL EQUIPMENT ELECTniCALLV LIGHTED DINING CARS SERVING ALL MEALS A LA CARTE GOOD RETURNING UNTIL MAY 31, 1912. FOR FULL PABTICUURS. CAU ON ANY TICKET ACENT. WRITE QUEEN & CRESCENT MUTE, IL C. M.NO. raiwattr oJ Ticket Arcot, 101 C Mala St., IXMNQTON. KY. Dear Attacks Mall Carrier. hniinelies In the middle of the road In n distinctly belllRerent nltltude. her cubs frisking nbout her llHlley was so surprised that he pulled up his horses and wnlted for developments He didn't have to wait very Iouk With n crol nnd n llourlsb of her roTcpaws. the bear made for the mall carrier, thu cubs waddling along nfter her ou all fours Bailey's barse snorted In terror nt this unexpected mow by .Mother llruln. nnd whirled I t ifforlnK from TVicrrn, or any otlicr kind or skin ,i mio our hiii n fnr rtlier Ue will Kiinrnnlci; you to ntnp Hit tun In two seconds. A .to trlnl lr tile will proo It, f Imxf sold citlii-- r rrmedliM for vp Kklll IrOLllllH, lull IIDflC neid not Hiiffer imothcr dny. "Wo iMiimroeml more highly Hint Hie could rnmpnund kmn Tli mol nndofn Oilthan other welt of Wlnter-Kreihue u refund fkin pre partition thnt .a Hint liuve wrought Hiiih netM instiiutly mid will hrius yon curis nil ovrr tho country. Tl N eninpnund known ns D. D. D. swift and Hiiro result-- . I'rr. rlpllnn will coo! Sickness-othcauses-m- av One. nurm hnth uilh .I'.MO SOAP j ltch, liurnlnir Kkln ns and lirnl tho liottilntr lo cnu (Jet n bottlo and mo on mid one application of, ZHMO mid our y otter. von will not snffir another trormnt j Shnnnrs anil Tanner. Stanford. Kv. jii d oii will hoon nee u cure iu siyht 'HMO mid ZC.MO M)AP lire pro- - o-- s .'1 ,, t ' "n for form ot ikiu or iCS POSTED Ttii.v nr.t f'.tlll II f I. !! lull il.l lit. It is terrible thing to be out of work food to one linding diu'iht in tvery city Q O O O O O O O O O O i'.i uy and to pay. Start savins r town in Ameruii mid in Statifonl, he huntlnc sensun Ih unnn im mm BEFORE IT IS TOO I. ATP. h ntarly ctcounu wants to post tils I'i'im s Drui" St re. Even a place The charKu Is 25 cents cash will commence an account i this bank. vltli name ) NOTICE TO CREDITORS. G. . llastv Herman IlirkoU. Lincoln t'ti cuit Court C. T. Willson, C. Allen. L. G. fioot h. ,J. Ii, Manning Amanda .J. Dunn, Admr. .tnd etc PUiidiffi. r., h S. Do.ui and etc., IttichLiduili Itros. N. II. I'luiuiner. Stanford, Ky. Tied oii Allnuin Jacob Gander defendants. Capital $50,000. S. H. Hatiyliman Undivided Profits $4,099.94 All persons holding claims ngainst Vnttie 11. Howes. the estiilo of . S. Dunn are heie- - W. P. Hidden I'nd Von Gruenii;nn, Deposits $74,591.13. .1. Jf, Gooch .lohn Mtro?. hy notifiul to present and file the Win. mid John Huffman. Mimo with the undersigned eommis-sioni- r. W. L. McCarty, Pres. M. B. Salin, Cashier. J. H. Myers. proprly proen an rcipiircd .1. William Cordier. I P. Xunnelley, W. Ilauuht mil. hy law on or hetorc Fibrunry 1. J. P. Mts. W. G. .McHee I Here's a great offer that was nevG. I). Florence, M. C. L. C. C. Mr. I'eltie Spoonnmorc. BOOKKEEPING G. Kogor, John M. Carter. er equalled bcfoie: Tho daily L Buf.lMM.PhonoarMfcv (Sunday excepted) nnd J. H. Cmncniseh. Mrs. MattieWbito -TYPEWRITING aaS TELEGRAPHY 8. 0. CARTER Mr. S. D. Hinlt, Snm fastello the I. J. both one year for $4. Send WILIDR D.SUITH V? Uf mree rni i rar II. C. Ilnugliman, K. V. t'arson. jour subscription in quick to - wwktr. tho I. LIVERY AND FEED 8TABLE hu r'anoftxiwritnec In mmntU Mihser Hros. J. S. Hockcr. .1. office for this offer is good only Ill PmMpnt baaliiMa, alaoSZyeare "tnratlnc 10.0a and banklns ronn injp "'Iwoni.n former.. Notice. No one allowed to hunt 8TANFORD. KY Ulmt WILBUR a. ITR,Iizlag1an,al during January nnd February., tf n mv farm. Fox Dnddernr. Tho l'cnny dnii store wiys In rry person he it mini, uotnnn or child ho 1ms fin irntntid tender itching SKIN ur SCAM', joii tr' iHm li i sre nt -n fi-- if I had saved er a rent to-day, could never Tfk have haonened I fas1 fflr I del vn won-ilorr- ul workless. YOU never know when von mav ht no-pa- ,do it. tue etr. T :. o 'around and you can choose abetter job dollar at Monoyinthe bank makes you independent. It gives you time to look -- II isc: I V.. 1 1 J. STATE BANK & TRUST CO., : : Gor, Conj-ier-Jou- rnal J&& r kXr . t?j;-.T.-.- Mid-Wint- er Clearance H1US r f fiOfi I ifa. .396 ., 'A i s-- .X .juarACvjrMaTT2iiKwrriR I i SACRIFICE HATS i . M UX3 f ACRIFICE. PUT T s .IJc . $ Kl fl .I9c I Min'; ClcUiing In All Woo! Fnlirics I .' ind .' 'a Shu nit t 14 93 . OF ALL KINDS (I l Sll t I HUH d to k I2S3 9.93 7 ind 1 slU ,o, w Imv s its pi !. . hum SmiiIr t;i) now t All-Wu- al ' ILin Jlltll. "mii John i. Stetson $3 98 $2 98 $2 84 THE PR.rES 'LHAS N0W C0ME Tn THF .iVfl TO ABSflLUTFLY WT WHERF. INWE MUST NOTHING OPDER FR n'ti Hots now Felt a Silts ' til I I'm Veil I. ' im i -- d 1'iak mi - ,. .S lh ' I tut I ain liioUttii, thut aid $W. We wj.l $3.43 Ml Vlli'd, III ll, l.!l il "- Kl ik tl s Oilier stnndnrtl makes in Stiff Hals "0 Huts nun i(l and $2 48 MAKF ROt,M OUR SPRING STOCK WHICH IS COMING IN N'V. ONCE MORE YOU WILL HAVE A GRASP AT SOMETHING Y1U RA RELy EVER SEE AT THIS OF YFAR THFSE PRICE? ARC TOOD ON ALL WE HVE IN THC HOUSE CONSISTING OF CLOTH ING. SHOES HATS. CAPS COATS AND ODD PANTS AND ALL LADI ES' AND GENTS' FURNISHING GOODS. NEW STOCK. Wc batllv overstocked and cannot unssililv carrv these nooils ov-- .t is iinl and stir'no coods on hands. So wp have slaunh-Itie- d the orlce on vvrrvthina. . ., ,s , Ct (1(1 TW Shoes of all kinds and all leathers. 0(10 shoes now $4.39 shoes now 3.78 4 1(1 sluies now 3.48 l(K) shoes now ,..$3 23 I "id 2,98 s now 2j31 UK' shoes now . (I shoes now 1. 98 Oil siloes now .48 sh I : 'I . SUSPENDERS . si'sieuilors nl Jc sicDemlcis n(, J.rr nl !"' s'llMPcAdtiW nt . . . Sj . . Obc' I I (I shoes- - now 1 i 1 l. l.s ill 11' inns - i w t nt 57.93' nt '"': '0s-(- at l Jl .' h II.: s ll.M lints now Hut- - ii..w 5- -.v Hun S221 $1 83 are CORDUROY GOATS. $2.48. S3 63. 'S3.98 and $4.98 oo 9 ii MfuVrVo" ', ' $3 9S t lints $3.! ,.:i.i.,.s. ...... . . . $1.33 985 79c at j our. room . fonif-ofts'iit-i Comforts, Rradv. Madc.if-tj ,::t-r- . ????$ . THIS SALE COMMENCES ' llj.t I' Coat I. if 'iinrrtrts;BtH' niiifiirls nt . n' t 1. 19 Shirts of all Kinds, Dress. Flannel ind York t fill a.laia- -..SI.SS aiv "iitiU00 shirts nt ...1.48 1.50 .shirt at ..193 l.(0 shuts nt i.. ...83c !itf3,nJL ; r X138CVJ Mi3HKI .'aciv.fK. i v f Tr v.v ., DJla JX!r uVid rJfttuSitf Caitsr 0 (lOV'iise now 5.00 cases now $2.00 1..10 i AH JjatklA )k nn 3.78 f lllts lit ' fl Sails m $:i:t) sii t. i hni hrnki ii s nor llns' Silltr am) Minnll nt it $2 81 $2 23 Kires RUBBERS of the brst makr at rnst Wi hove them In Rubber Boots. Felt Boots. Hum ArtlcE. Clnth Lan Arctics, and Sandals. GUM COATS The stoini cunt Hi sale nil e S4.48 SATURDAY Blankets Cotton and Wool. 39c. 79. 98. $1.19. 1.98. 2.48. and 3.68 Sweaters. Ladies and Gen"e- men s all Wool '1."0 coat sweaters at ... .$2.4G II 00 coat sweaters at ... . 2.19 'J..ri(l tout sweater, at ... ..1.89 'J. 0(1 i out sweater nt ... ..1.29 I 511 o,it sweaters at ..96c 1.00 coat bwtatns at . .78c .die coat sweaters at 2.")c coat sweaters nt :: ...?k....,...4.48 SI.I9 anil Yoi'nji Men's of the Finest Make $4.98 $7 Plll'th 111 $4,415 . . . 40 Pauls nt $398 $.') Paiitr. nt $2.78 f I Pacts st $2.48 jM.Mi Punt, ul $1.79 ?; I'm Ik nt Hok' Odd Pmilf All Wool nt 19c, ' 33c, JOc nml $I.I9. HV ' nml Vouijr MiiiV (Vntnroy Min'p nt $1,I3,SI23,.$I.48.JUA3 SI.SR. $2.18 a mI 2.98. all f'en's wnni "nDD" pants SLIKKERS FISH BRAND. $268 . aid hhkkvis ntt .. :i(M) shkkns. 2 39 1.93 2.S0 shkker at .. .. Mens' & You no Mens' Overcoats .$13 98 JJ..'0 mid VJ'.0) own-ou- t SIS nnd $'J0 oxeicuutri iro at . 9 98 Ma.'iO nnd 15 00 overcoats nt ..7.98 S7..)0 mid 'lU.OO inercoiitH at ,.4.98 , JAN. 13 9 9 O'CLOCK AND WILL BE THE LARGEST ING EVER HELD IN THIS COUNTRY. AND MOST SACRIFIC- We f&cl It our dutv Inform th r-- oeonle of our slaughter. Herp are the orlce and vou can come and net what von want, as vou now have beforn vou the hardest oart of the v car and winter has lust commenced. Straw and Fiber Cases. 1.48 inses at canes at 119 . .r 1.00 cases ut , 78c Ladles' Scarfs and Phoenix Muffles In Silk and Wash Silk .... .... .... S2.00 nnd $2.50 l.h( bcarfs itt 50 and 75u scarfs nt scarfs nt .. . l 98 68c 39c ii fj.'jri Underwear. Men's and Ladies Woolen 79c L'aunent Cotton Underwear nt nt HOSIERY. 39c 19c . LEGG1NS OF ALL KINDS. 39c.79cSI.49andSI.48 il8va J.OSh'J.J. on: sioeu. lui e , 1 Boys' Overcoats fillo carmeiits 'Jrm L'liriiicnlK mid 'J IM. V8 PW CAPS OF ALL KINDS 9c. 39c. and 79c. 39c lac 0INRMAr.".S Fl ANfKLS. ?R 10c QUALITY nt 8 Mil nsc nt 19c 2c NECKWEAR GOfl ticR now lioe lu-r- i now date SATURDAY. JANUARY 13. 1912. at 9 o'clock and lastinn cntv 28 davs. W. will clore out the entire Fall and Winter stock rcocrdless of orlco. As we have the prices before vour eves, come now and see the noods and vou will buv. no such urices were eur nut bpfore vour eves. JtVtma-ja5ira?afl?rTwr;.ir- 'nerrerctW.lhe fittc ho sierv at 'Ti n wl a." cent "hose t;t . l"ip hose ill Itlc hose at O.'io T.....39C ,i.ii.l9Ct I lie flflc , J Gloves in Work1 and Dress ' $2.00 does at $1.48, 1. 19' $1.50 clows at 1.00 idows ut 79c pc . . J. . - y f,;.3C ijMfc I9c rvcwL.loes ,j ,. ,..... .- hose at 04c 12 2c AKERICAN'atid COES AT 4c and 4 SIMPSON I -- CALI- 2c FLANNELETTES 10 QUALITY. and vuos mamomtm PLACE. REMEMBER AT 8c. OUTING FLANNELS. 10 and 12 QUALITY. NOW 8c PER YARD. i sh. l M. PLENTY OF SALESMEN AND REMEMBER THE DATE REMEMBER THE 4" SALESLADIES TO WAIT ON ONLY COME EARLY CUSTOMERS. TWENTY AND AND GET DAYS THE GOODS THINK. WATCH And I :. THE PICK OF WAIT. f ,.ff ',f i: SAM ROBINSON jpser $ NEXT DOOR TO LINCOLN COUNTY NATIONAL BANK. Wj r"Wii I I 1 i I'M M m "rmi THE STANFORD INTERIOR JOUR HAL STANFORD. KENTUCKY It if ,-- l r I v H0GWALL0W DOINGS which h ca get In now, my advice to Mm would bo to ntay out until even the small element of clianco now (Itogunllow Kentiit-kinnThe postmaster is busy Inking Hub. visible to tho raked eyo of tho atmor ON GIVES Hoc- mnlly auspicious la entirely removed; M'ritioii4 for llio Congi onl. lut, unfortunately for ran THE BURLEY POOL do this, for In commonhim, lio mostnot Toko l.'azley believcB Hint every-lioil- y ot with Iiiih been giu-two earn to eni his other experiences ho must have able tlicni hear both nidi's of the tt quotum. The Former Leg alator From Bracken faith and take some chances, would bo a very poor farmer Indeed Krisliy Hancock went to bear the Telia Farmers They Stand In who would say I will not waste my Hog Kuril preuc.-ln.-Inst Sunday. The Own Light. need to plant a crop In the spring, berinou was bo long both of his feet : but will wait till fall and sea what went to sleep. BURLEY COMPANY HAS Tho postmaster ilul not rest well kind of returns Farmer Smith, who Is lust night, lie snjs every time he OUTSTRIPPED BANKS day, WM as on any other winter H&XpI so foolish as to take the chancoa ot eats cln-nsfor supper he is bother-e- il you can make your home owing In the "print, will Ret No with rats. Doubting Believes Thomases Will farmer la qulto so' foolish aa to take Tho Hog Konl prenrher hnil unc of more comfortable and cheery Regret Refusal When Too by using a Perfection Smokethks course In reference to his crops, the largest crowds of the season to hear his sermon Inst Kuiulaj. The Lata. but many of them are doLnx thla Tory less Heater. room vi as so full that no one could thine now In reeard to their Invest- - li'.Hu tin.' house until the preacher Scaater TV. A Byron, of Ilrackenj merit In tho Hurley Tobacco Company. wan through. 9WMIUII Tube Aloselv is disnblul somewhat County, who la an ardent advocate ol 1 bear many farmers say that they r pooling plan of tbt Hur- don't want any stock In the company tins week with n Inrjjo wen on his the Iti genial warmth U quickly at your service, ready fe " m.m9 ley Tobacco Society and who believer Wall, what boota thatf Ton already nuek. I In is in communion Iron with Yoti will need it at a wppleaeatary heater wbea mow emergency. soeral patent mulieine linns, that In tbla plan, which carries with It bare It, and I am sure that you dnn't extra cold spell con e. Later you will find it Mt the thkf let the that he eau bell them u changeable weather of early spring. tho Idaa of nianufacturlns the tobacco want to throw It away. Hut they say, illustraled with bis picture. Well, you A spelling match will l, held at Into a finished product, the Hurley 'Wo will have our money. The Perfection Heater is light and eajy carried. It n safe in p the hands of a child the safest and Boat reliable heater made. growers of Kentucky may hope to ran get your money If someone will the Wild Onion school Iioum' Saliir- Drums finished either in blue enamel or plak tied, with sided lli;lit. out sae themselves from starvation buy jour stock and pay for It, but you duv words, The tealuer will Is trimmings an ornament to any room. tho flu- first oppor- This prices, glea his lews on the subject well know that you cannot arbitrarily tUllltV III- - llMS llllll is111 AA A iprcitl (utomAt'ic device make looking HmpoMible. euJf II lilllir till... I,, c.c.tciI. Calloa lont hwai rurw hows. Cool bancSe ; dupe top. and points out how be tlews tho situ- demand our money nnd compel (lis ,r wr,s company to pay It. any more tlnn you' ation as follows: Dc.lert ?rv tier. I of wt lor dnenptn drrabf I. While ooiiii; throiiuh Hie woods on Wt "I hae been rn many times can po to a bank In which )ou happen his way home from school cstirdm Standard Oil Company "'-i Little Knlity Klmders loht dol- (Incorporated) wlnt 1 thought of tho 1911 pooling! to hae. say. fio bund rod (T-nf,"" ."" ly--,,,u lllnl '"'' '" wjyf vfrtyHv.. .( It to l?nn proposed by the Uurloy Tobnecn lars worth of stork and compel Willi linn bowet r, and leai-luliiiiiu. Society that I will venture In thHJ piv nn back the mom which you , fcJi W1liml In(,h (,(iy s 3 .. :': && & A lively -- b.M.tmj; afinty took pl.uu 'ncf article to r!m my opinion In, Invested In it. hopes that It may lie of ue to some, why Doubt Management? lut llic iliineo on (liiulet cnek Satur- o at luaht of my friends throushout the1 "Again, some fanners will any, 'V. hiy tnjilit, but tho HxcelMor 1'iddlu g Hurley dlbtrict. don't believe that the corporation will"""" n!,,s ,k,"K - iimeli 11011- b.a'r 0 "To commence with, I will state a tie honestly ninnmjed, honce we don't it. n tew eloso bjstiimii-P- f.mi.1 m any siock in u; ana many ot tact Known to most, ir not all, of on, wu ,MnM )t ml & that the Hurley Tobarro Company, these farmers will take stock In ajti'idu.v in getting into llogwallow on o will, when all the 1!0U pooled tobacco bank and feel that they have done 1,1111 mint of having to drive around 1 ... Is disposed of, have a capital stock of vle and conservative thing, never!'""' "' 'lo'H Moselv' lug pumpkin-- . that bad rolled nut into any kind of Rubber you can Jwish for. one million ($1,000,000) dollars In vvorrvlng for a silicic minute over the possible nnd rrnbable mismanage- to tiie road. r Rubber Boats, Rubber Arctics, Rubber Sandals. 0 the handling of the 1901) pool gradI'otloi-khas ment of the bank's financial affairs ing prizing. Insuring, etc the Hur- Yet the people who are managing tho tbat : a large hump of cautiousness t on bis bead since be en ley Tobacco Company, up to date, has affairs of the Hurley Tobacco Com Cloth top Sandals, Kubber Shoes,Felts." made about forr hundred thousand pany are, to sav the least, equal In gaged in a fight with Standard HanAll of these are the selected Ball) Band goods and general cock at Kve Straw. ($400,000) dollars, whlih amount. Integrity, Intelllgt-nclit Smith appeared in Hugw allow business capaclt to the average bankadded to Its capital stock, no glves today after an absence of tbric das We are sole agents. er In this or any other state that company a capital stock of aboutl! 10 snow vou inai it pavs to mail' and nights. On last Widnesdin lie fourteen hundred thousand ($1,100,- - ufactrp tobacco It Is only necessary n,'llt Ml" the en-ebottoms m i t possums and soon had one It 000) dollars. Now the proposition, as to point out the fact that the original loir. Kit never in a hollow J understand it. is to Invest this stock of the American Tobacco Com- I11l.. tuki-n do;; with linn, being unwilling '"'"' ..a., amount, in addition to whatever of ..n. """ ""' Is now pay- - to divide honors vutli anything or i dollars, and that companv Hie 1911 crop s pooled up, in a mann-- ' ing large dividends about four or five unvbodv is(, and be took a 'rat on factoring enternrl'e In l.eington. and tIniPS a ,onr till- (.ill ot the lo- - In wait til it nv illlmr,Ml , farm-tIn deciding whether or not one wants ($.100,000,000) dollars. back nut, having plcutv ot IMticm e and u twist of good smokgo into a pool of tills kind tho rs, Is being done at our expense. ing oliui i it. Alter having wailed thus Made Nearly Half Million. primary and important question to bo In- - lulliiwiiig ulliinonii, he be- .. i. !... .. t "! hlu llnrli i Tnli. irpn frininnnv 'until I t.i ,.i that the sU nnuiin' ,.u. i,. fourteen i.,.n,i..i eiime siispu-iou. ......... .. IIMt.tl,.l l ..-I "I." i'" mis io iiir:iiust- - hum in .1.1 nun iuii.--. ($1,400,000) dollars in had ciileicd bis IihIiiii; place tor the thousand uriliuariiy i wnuiii say inai nir m'- - stocks, belongs to vou You organ wiulel ,auil then be dei'liled be would ,,.. c)f intii tin- - bole after linn. This farmer this would not be the best ,. , ,t . . ru, ... p. Pr. In its opera-thos- be did. but utter entering he was thing to do; but this Is not one of Its stink and lost , hoi i it ltd wlit-i- i he saw-- davhylit at ordinary efforts by ordinary Hon. .ton made nearly a half million ($100,000) dollars, and now what do the other end. .Not to be outdone hi men who sometimes make haphazard,' crawled on through, believing that 11 Ull Blity yilll 'lll nil MdlllK null ll and foolish attempts to do thin with It and see that It Is honestly and the possum had done the same thing without either money, right counsel conservatively managed, it will, In my maiiv bonis before. or the ability to meet and overcome opinion, be the most paying proposl- '' eer ' " "' "t"'"3 the obstacles and difficulties which' ,i, aloof nnd 'enss' and aliuse it for a every new enterrrlse of aui.li magnl rriiniiii iiiiii iii- - niiri n niiuii iiimc r tude aud purpose Is sure to encounter forget that you ever had It, of course Experienced Men at Helm. fomeone Is going to take care of it "The men who are at the head of , or It is evidently too valuable to be this movement are men of large ex- disclaimed by everybody. If the farmers of the iurlej district owned a perience in commercial life and espelank In Lexington with a capital slock Is what peiple say of eur Restaucially In the tobacco world. Tbev are nf a million and a half ($l,&00,000) jsnatly mu of great Individual wealth dollars, and that hank was making rant. EverytMrtf cltan and nice cot inclined to be Identified with fail- money as fast as the Hurley Tobacoo and served pramptly. Came, take a Cniiipanr K I am sure that )ou woulil ures, and with the start that this to know the meal with us and let us show you. want nil your neighbor see no baa la a financial way fact that ou were the proud pokes-sorfresh reason wby tae proposed faetorj of some of the stock in tbat bank We always haye tn hand BAUGHMAN not prore a greit success from slid on would also know wbo man- fruits of all kinds, Cakes, Candies H. would aged that bank and how It was manthe beginning. A farmer caa now aged Well, whv are ou not equally itc Etc. Identified with the proposed business-likand sensible about your manufacturing enterprise by roollas Iliirle) Tobacco Company? G. L. hisi farm for ten years; and when hHaa Beaten All Banks. does this It means that during those "There Is no bank In the stat that Restaurateur ten yeara not less than 20 per cent lias made as much money as your toIn the same length of comrany has, e cor more than CO per cent of the aI Ky. Stanford, footing where bacco which be raises each year dur- time, and placed on the OHES IS PLAIN. OUR DUTY TO OUR DEPARTED promoters are now aiming to put ' its ing ttuj continuance of the contract OVIt; there la no bank In the United WE SHOULD ERECT AN APPROPRIATE MEMORIAL FALL AND WINTER STYLES. go as stock In the proposed fac- States that will pay as well In pro-will ER THEIR FINAL RESTING PUCE. tory. The remaining jer tent of bis portion to the amount Invested as thla UNLESS YOU A MONUMENT IS NOT EXPENSIVE My new fall aud winter samples crop bo Is at liberty to dispose of company will. It Is your company. IT SO. CARE TO HAVE Look to It and never lour a'ght of It, .ie now ready ror your inspection. when, where and to whom be pleased. ' uey comprise me oeai on lav maram AM CMSIOERIN& OUR'WIRK IS UNSURPASSED for n single mlnuto. Tnder Its char-e- r can iuit anyone aa to price wbo bad He also handles and prizes all ot bis LANCE WE HAVE A Its management Is always suhjec'. QUALITY, 4S VERY CHEAP. i clothes moe u order, a sun ewn tobacco If be desires to do so. your will. In making these suggesto nade to your meaauie is preferable STOCK TO SELECT FROM. I bavo to ready made clothes. To have them Time To Act Is Now. tions I want to assure you tbat nade to measure doesn't cost any proposed fac- no motive whatever except to ad"Of coure when the .01 e than ready made wbea quality I am T your material Interests. tory btarts and beg'na to jay large vance mil fit Is considered. Corn la and 5 not employed by the Hurler Tobacco le uie take your measure Jlvldends, aa t confidently believe that Poclety In any capacity whatever, and r C Wis sv eh Lexington, Ky ,rrtir' Tiim roadway. 42N. It will, there will be a RTand rush of I firmly believe that the farmer wh" A.msvmit.vyt s to get In on has the wisdom tc stay with this great slow to . ' what they will then know to be the orporatlon which bt haa helred re-l1 i up will reap large financial ' proposition W.relnuolltoiitodoillkU(U o eon- TRAINING SCHOOL for TEA CHEk greatest Keep yorr eye on the farmer' .7tat. taah Block Work. H.vem.nu ... . tblax from " Cer Hflcate. over put up to the farmem of this no rrsys wnn .. cou. ........ n.i nn . i in luU-a- r i'n ru.kM any w, oin iMrTt C0URSCS: Prawraterv. State iui , ,,ie,(UHrantrM nr.-ol- i stay n s a i oromptly Dlwwiw. CetHrtv cemante neviw atate, and If the farmer could e farmer who taei nis touauco u. uti Spreial. TuHiort Fre tt Aainlrr msUirl.l. Osllsad g.t our prion ' sut until the success of the enterprise he 'loose f warehouse and see who ii' nl nir roar nitril at Isait "" "lallr, at the end of s Is thug thoroughly demonstrated and ' fW Auk About U. Artistir Catai.'nr Kv Ad.u go Id ou the sania terms ou Ive years." then Stanford. Kentucky SENATOR BYRON ) mm Warm VIEWS - DRY FEET it is hard to With every precautionWARM this keep your feet DRY and kind of weather. r On Christmas Morning 313 I We sell the BEST of LEATHER, the BEST of RUBBER and no mortal can do more. Perfection V ten-yea- lllC D6Sti not good enough for this deep snow and zero weather, but the BEST is what we offer you. pe - f In Men's Shoes OBSKC tt ,' ,". yt"B-y''t.irT'-'jNtictjjraa- a aaaaa ay s o 0 Rubbers SAM ROBINSON Stanford, Ky. IT WONTJBE A - 1 . ,. a ,.,,. We offer you from 6 to h top at $2.50 to $10 the pair. Men's ALL RUBBER Arctics, the best and first (tO Cf l CJUalltieSj &t tpZ.OU. A Cheaper One at $2. The best quality of rubber boot at $4.50; cheaper one at $4. 15-inc- tWhave c s dew-lupin-- Men's, Ladies' & Child-ren-s' Rubbers in all sizes and qualities. H. J. McROBERTS StanfordKy. VELVET-LAW- N WAHjmr. !.. "''" &&ftfr$ aaafico&ao' And-this- i'' ,iin s - - o - GRASS and CLOVER DRILL Something New- Stop and See It. It pays to drill clover and grass seed - .f,, I s HAPPY HEW YEAR ji-ur- e If the loved ones are not protected cold and kept and warm during the next few wintry months. The best way to do this is to burn I I 'n nt A GOOD PLACE TO EAT. It pays to cultivate your wheat. It pays to reseed old pastures. It pays to reseed old meadows. BAUGH MAN'S COAL & W, H. HIGGINS, Stanford. Ky. In your stoves and grates. Phone us to send you load now. J com-pan- y 1 o (0, SttM. Vhe 9ffan 7lAo knows what aits tou is your e Govtr MONUMENTS doctor Jfft cart in diagnosing your ail mints Itads to tho bonofits of Ms treatment. JVo Anows your case, ho knows what you nood to remedy your condi' tiont ho proscribes tho medicines, expecting each of these wilt be of the best quaiity, each possessing the miitues he attributes to tho particular drug 1 Wm. Adams & Son. sBeMESs State ,o' When we put up jour presrertptions, satisfaction follow. There are reasons for 't: Pure Drugs, ample facilities, especial care, accurate technique; these are the things that conduce to the result the doctor expects. Dr. Hess' Poultry and Stock Food doubtlnK-Tbomaae- iTVTDC'T'TlVT liNvJ VVlNVIxi---. ir-- money-makin- Penny's )ruff Store, Stanford, JContucJcy. 1UrtTial .. ( PHILLIPS BROS.. U w- - wvi oitMia4t 111 ! O vwwflSNsWWMMJWWMBWWl )(.W THE STAWFiRD INTERIOR JOUR AL 8TANF0RD, l KENTUCKY PERSONAL and MCIAL Minn Myrtio in visiting lloiatt. of NiohiilHs-ille- , BAD CASE OF GRIP Caused Sere Throat dnd Ton silitls. Restored by Mist Mimiin Wuotls, Palmer HKiil Saturday atul Sunday in liiclunnnd. Mr. W. K. lili and liltlo Hon llu- -' hcrt, united llio fiirnuir'n father at l'jtint Lick. Ardiby M. Warren was in Clintit-noog- .i in llio interest of the 1. k N., lant work. Mis Hnllio Wnrfield bus return-- d home after n pleasant visit with her father Win. Ilicd. MiM Alteon Itonrno of I.niicriHter, Hpcnt a few days with hor msler, Jim. W. K. Warner. Mix Alliu YiintiK, who hns Iwcn vlth her cousin. Miss I.ottio Cnrsnn returned to hrr home nt yesterday. Irson T. Iloltrclaw is back from Indianapolis, where ho baa been for Minn Iretia homo time. Mr. (nrln Perina. Ur. Tf. IT tended llio recital at Danville Hon day evening by tha Mussina pianist, hliuvinnn. Misers Elian Hnlloti, Her Ilia Jackson, Martha llommal, Ina Palmer, Claudia Knton, Jennie New-lanKlllo Haughman, Mary M. Josephine Cnrjivnier, Mary K. MeKinney, Mary M. Hnney, Anna I). Melloberts, Messrs. Harry Rainhart. Colemnn, Momson Bright, Clinton Thomas Coleman mid Mrs. Alfred d. Mn-then- y, ' HiiTe is a great inherence In lift The many friends of W. W. Wright who has been train dispatcher, nt , insurance nnl.clcs. Mutual BfOiifll Knrlington, for sonic time, will be Pollclci I are superior can show dolighted to know that he, hns been you. Why not buy tlm best? R. M. promoted to night chief dispatcher. Newland Agent. BOWMAR'S MARDI GRAS TOUR. de-tai- - s s -- u I e y, n. Kad. SHORT LOCALS. Write Ut Mowmnr's Tours. Verlj sailles. Kv for folders irivimr of an ideal Personally conduct- id Hardl Gras Tour leavme Wcilnes. dnv. Kelt. M. llUJ. visitinir New Orleans. Mobile.. Moiitifomcrv. Ala., etc Ijiw Inclusive eiM' limited n.irtv: everrlhiiiL' first-elnss. The remains of Lou Johnson colored ,who used to live in tho Hall's Cup rectum weni brought lien and interred. She died in yes-tirdn- y .. I.niisille, some time. FrcMi whero she hud liveil fin flroanvllle, Tnnenaee, "I'lvo years aco I took a Park Tour in June. Yellowstone !M2 writes: very oovere oold which rojiulted In la arlppa. I never so bad off. I wan In bed vti (klnhotnii, Intives. Thnnnonil K. Tudor cnntiiiiifs ill u at tho home of Mr. Kigncy on nvenue lint in believed to be improving Mitiiowhnt. .Mrs. Nmii.ie Owens returned LoniKville. after u pleasant visit to Mrs. I.ilm Cool;. J!r, Klilia Untfinld had the misn iue young entv fortune t SnM'-itnfrm the effect of leni l.o-gnt- - weoks, and It. Kill'.', of Norman, when I 3IJ is visiting Knst Kml re cot up t had and s several r tonaltrtla throat. le nig cirni who lmbi-eMrs ('li.vilai.d !! v.Mlli her -- ister. Mm. J. C. htibimk returmd to her home nt Lancaster "I tried to months, but It Krndutilly not worse. A doctor ndvlscd me to liavr. my tonslln ehiirch on At tho cut out, but I did not like th Idea. evening nt 7 o'clock, Another doctor examined me, and totd Wednehday I'nijer and Conference me tho narno thine I finally got a bot"The tjuul Jlluminiited." tle of Perunn. nnd after 1 bad token Meeting. I Nniuli 0. one bottlo my throat wan titter bouclit nnd uwl a dozen bottles, nnd saw I waa golnr; to get well, und I did." All live merchants nre Tenresented ' J,!J advertisim.- - eolmnns. It ' Ask Your Drtltlflist For a Free PC- with tlitin nnvs to runa Almanac (or 1912. MkI-wco- For Rent. Five room eottR with Hum dry Tcscrecned coal from water work and good cistern; terms All our bins unE. Wilkinsoa. Denham'.s yards. reasonable. Apply to covered. Hex and Hlue Gem l.'ie per bushel, delivered. Other coals We aro prepared to inMall hot for less . ppppppppy !iHiiiiiiiiiiii lit. pjpjVHp VpjPjPjpjPja ater and hot air heating, plumbing Kw& f. f tBHSiLiiB eae., Conn Ilros., Lancaster. When ordering your paper changed from postoft'icc to another alPaPjPjPjPjPjH aiKxr PjPJPjPjPjPjPjPji MHCt only tho ways givo the name of tho office W. S. Fish represents PjPjPjPjPjPjPjPjV fc from which you want it changed best and strongest insurance WF. f.r PPPPPPH Let him keep vou orotected. from ono postoffico to which you want it sent. This must be done, bcenusn out of nearly 1,000 names I am agent for the International is impossible for us to remember Mr. W. H. Houil.y. und feed cutters. it engine gnholine 'the post office address of every Best on tho market. J. L. Hoiuley, cure this for clchtccn ne of our subscribers. 81-tcom-onni- stock Pence Miimlv and of Inlnrnntionnl poultry food. E. 'I lOl-'J- l. (&fafat07Z' Sho wnH fonr weeks In tlio hospital nnd cninc liomo suffrrW jvorso tlmn before Then after all that suffering JLydia S. a egctable Compound restored her health. nERE IS IIEIt OWN STATE3IENT. raw Paw, Mich. "Two years ago I snffcroS very Bovcrchr with a dLsplaccnicnt I could not Ik) on my feet for a Jong timo. 3Iy physician treated mo for several months without much nnd nt last sent mo to Ann Ai bur for nn operation. I was thcro four weeks and came homo suneiing worso than Ix'forc. .My mother advised me to try Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound, and 1 did. I am well and strong and do all my own housework. I owe my health to I.ydia E. Pinkham'a Vegetable Compound and advise every woman who is afflicted with any ' in w female compWnt fo try it." Mrs. r--i Oiivillb Kock, 1L 11 So. 6, 1'aw Fuw, Mick "THERE NEVER WAS A WORSE CASE." Kockport, Ind. " Thcro nevr was a worse ca.v of women's Ills than mine, and I cannot lwgin to tell you what I suffered. For over i two years I was not able to do anything. I was in bed for a month and the doctor said nothing but an ojieration would euro inc. My father suggested Lydia E. Pinldiam's Vegetable Compound ; so to please Lim I took it. and I improved wonderfully, so I am able to travel, rido horseback, tako long rides and never feel any ill effects from it 1 can only ask other suffering women to give Ly dia 1L 's Vegctablo Compound a trial before submitting to an operation." Mrs. MAEOAnET Meredith, It. F. D. No. 3, Itockport, Ind. We will pay a handsoino reward to any person who will xroTc to us . that these letters aro not genuine and truthful or that cither of these women were paid in any way for their testimonials, or that the orig- uu letter irom cacn uiu not. come to us entirely unsoucitca. For 30 years Lydla E. Plnkham's Vegetable Compound has been tho standard remedy for female Ills. No ouo sick with woman's ailments docs justice to herself who will not try this famous medicine, mado from roots and herbs. It has restored so many suffering1 woinen to health. I'kk-uamre-li-ef, To-dn- Brick utore-roofor rent on corner ot Mum and laucadter Htruets. oppohitc court hoit.sn. Posm'ssiuii January 1, IIML'. J. S. Mocker 08-m tl . Tho following letter from Mrs. Orvillo T?ock will provo hownnwlwi' It is for women to submit to tho dangers of a surgical operation when it maylx) avoided by taking Lydla K llnkliam's Vogctnlilo CompouL Please Read These Two Letters. Do you know Hist fully nine out of eiery ten aees of rheumatism are (' Mrx. J, J. Mclioberts continues K. II. 1'arris. who with his family about the same-Huhas lived here for the past jear, reCollier, of Crab Orchard, has turned to his old homo nt Winehes- Xono to lleanmont, Tex., to tako a ter to reside Assistant Cashier, Albert Phillips Potion " lelegrupher. Mish Karr.sev. of Damillo, bus of the Sttiln Psnk & Trust Co., spent n portion of Naturdsy and keen the guest of hrr father, Dr. Sunday with the linmcfolks at In-do- Iliirdett SIisx Lulu Pruitt, of Paris, Prince in the gnext of Mr. und Mrn. C. K. Kjiont yesterMrs. Huj-day with her pnnsits at Cnib Orch- Tate nnd family. Mr. II. K. TlnMiip.on and wife, who ard. Kha found her mother some--vhhave Imu with the family of Mr. improved. Mr. Hubert Jones and family, of William Peek for th p.iit two weeks fitlfV, Sioiitaiin, are here retnmed yesterday. to Knnwille CJalletin Hubert Peek, a nephew of Mr. visiting his fsther and broth-r- , None nnd J. H. Jones. Mr. Thompson, returned with them and Jone mny remain in Kentucky sev- will attend school. nt- peoplo The following eral vears n"d edueato his ohildrrn. d n. h Mos-dnm- es Saturday. i'here will be a meeting of the of the K. P. fair association on TlmrMlay ntternoon at 3 o'clock at the I. I'. lodge room. AH nn; J. II. reipiosted to be jiresent. Yoas, President. Constipation is the cause of many allBMuits nnd disorders that make lift miserable. Take Chafterlain'o Stomach and Lier TabletB, keep your bowels reralar aid yoa will avoid these diseases. Tor salt by Q. I Penny. flovernor MeCrenry appointed as e.ommisHioiiers of the school for tho deaf, Henry G. Sondifer, II. G. Evans W. S. Howlnnd. C. It. McDowell, all of Uoyle county. The following compliment for County Attorney, George 1). Flor-rnc- o Tl.e pei let im until doctor in appeared in the Danville, AdGood Man. Hon. George tile world is Ilyomei. Just brcntlie vocate: it. 0. L. Penny (;iuiniiiti'es it f" Common D. llnrenec, (lie new ustin.'ih, croup, cough.- -, wenlth's Attorney is making a eatarih. colds and catiivrlul deafness. Outcirsplendid record in the Hoyle .yI.OO. Sipaiale bottle fiO cent- cuit court. He has many friends fit nnd will Im heard at the local bur fro-i- i often in the future in Hepubli- - -- Cjitarrh Cauiict He Curtel ii-is Al Oi tpArT't.l t;ii ottetn polities of the state. 114 eaii IiIkh.. If .'it. i.- hn. ii r.rnt l )mi tain al l fii I'lhntwn ink ftm.jMs. Ham Hjm cir, vt tiktr w mtnl nnd llris-ltfaLY b.cil uli (klirrh u i H' fnot md rauruii TWO RECENT WEDDINGS sururm luit4 liirr iiam tin- - It wi pr rnb-- 1 bj' n o( Ow ft rhicwi in thu rottntrr l"T yfr tnj rt a frrular rrrfrtpri.i Wei. Adams, Bged 30 years und It lit rompn-- l rf tM 1 tnnl trsnp ir11Jtnr wtlli tM hlowd puriMfr. artlnr 1trftlr mi Jllif-t- f Mattio lee Ucnton, uged o: two InfTMIMlU to The prodar-- n nmhirtinn ol tly nrlttt. hkl nrfl VAdrMtl r Iicnno to marry from Coun. alia la curls rmtrrh. Un tmiimonuts frr. r J riiKsnv co . rrot . ToksJo. o ty Cierk George L'. Cooper Inst week HaM bf Dnwrlnl. prMv v and were mado ono at tho court- - TUl lid tuniir tlla fr cwFtrpnrhn. hoiifv by Judge Bailey with hia most Tell me the article yon will buy They havo jpproved crcciony. many friends who wifu. them every soon, 1 will have illabtrated catalogues and factory prices Bent you. happiness. Daniel Mnrrcll. i. ti cJI known far- John B. Hirtrins. orocerv. Danville avenue Stanford, Ky. Sales informer nr.o Mrs. Mjtlbe Anderson, were Livingston nt mation reporter for M. S. I. A. Inrge married by Itcv. J. G. Mail order houses and his home in tho cnuntiy last Friday. factories. clients. TJoth are very popular young ieople. and have the congratulations of FOR SALE munj lriends. i -is- sifply rlieumatism of the mnseles due to cold or croup, or chronic rheumatism, and requires no internal Apply trtntnient whntevert Liniment fretly and s"c Low quickly it gives relief. For sale by 0. I.. Penny. Cham-herlnii'V 'm y nt 4 Pink-ham- t-rt s-- id u. !S. :' HA 4 ijM .VVl 115 Write to LYDIA E.PIKKHAM MEDICINE CO. (CONFIDENTIAL) LYNN, MAS&, for advice, conr letter will Iks opened, read and answered "' "' m strict confidence. by iv TEMPERANCE COLUMN This space is engaged by the Temperance Committee of Lincoln County. i f2G0.000 At 10 to 50 Per Cent Less than Former Selling Price The Golden Rule Store after 35 years of successful merchandising retires from active business. We purchased this big stock which embrace an immens assortment and riety of goods carried by a first class department stc;.. We invite everyone to come and participate in this big bargain event. If prevented from visiting the store write us the kind of goods you need and we will promptly fill your order with best values in stock. CUT OUT VAND WE TACHED. Name . Address In Connection with When buyin? a coupli medicine for children boar in mind that Chanif The liquor interest's proportion of bortnin's Coiifih Remedy is most efthe entire capital invested is 5 per fectual for colils, croup nnd whooping cough and thnt it contains no ecnt. but the proportion of the wago harmful drug. Sold by Q. L. Penny. "ariiers employed is only 1.23 per ent. This means thnt if the money now invested in the manufacture MRS. WM. WARREN DEAD. of strong drink were invested in other mid legitimate industries, it Mrs. Willinm Warren, widow of would employ over four times the NOTICE! the late "Uncle Hilly" Warren, who number of men which are now empreceded her to the Great Iloyond ployed by the liquor interests; and I will not be responsible for any only a few months, passed away nt if it weue invested in the manufac-tin- o debts contracted by my wife, TWna hero Saturday. Sho had of men's clothing, it would va- her home declining health for some Mason Martin. Alex Martin. Leon in tin tiincs as many. Thus the time nnd death came to end her Uquor iii effect, manufacturers, exactly on her birthday. keep many thousands of laborers - Jleforc her marriage to Mr. Wnr-rc- out of employment, thereby lessen tbr deceased was a Mrs. Wren. the demand for InboT, nnd thus tend Slio had no cihldren. Kor many to reduce the wnges of all other laj cars she had been n faithful mem- borers. This undeniable truth is of ber of the Christian church and fun- direct interest to every laboring man eral services iccro conducted at the in Baltimore ,and is one reaso'Jwlry, Stoa'u's Linimetil 7:5 an exlnle home on Sunday afternoon by John Mitfhehll and the oiher treat cellent remedy for chest and Itfcv. D. M. Walker, her pastor, after thiu.it affections. Itauicklv Jcaderx of 1nbor arc so bitterly op- U v. wyw the remains were faid'fn their posed to the liquor traffic. This relieves congestion and in bnnl resting place in Uuflfalo Springs loss to labor is not Offset by those flammation. A fev drops THF SURETY COUPON IS I N NO SENSE A PREMIUM TRADING STAMP. IT IS A CASH DIS-- Y Ometery. in water used as a gargle is employed in retail saloons as tho COUNT ON PURCHASES MADE B YOU AND IS GIVEN BY US AS A BONUS FOR YOUR LOYALTY. experience of every prohibition city antiseptic and healing. OF A FULL BOOK OF SURETY COUPONS REPRESENTS AN ACTUAL PURCHASING VALUE has demonstrated that all such emPER CENT UPON YOUR EXPENDITURES. A RETURN TO YOU OF 2 $2.50 BAD Here's Proof ployees immediately secure work ONE SURETY COUPON IS GIVEN WITH EACH 10c OF YOUR PURCHASES. WHEN YOU HAVE " I fuvc iiKd Main'i linlmtal for through the enlargement of estab J)r and un testily to lu woixkrlul r.ni i FT.TED 1.000 COUPONS. A F ULL BOOK YOU WILL BE AT LIBERTY TO SELECT IN EXCHANGE tiiutiK). I hjieuicdlt lor tore thiual, lished industries nnd in other lines irtnip, lame b.tk jnj rlicumilum ANY MERCHANDISE EXCEPTIN G GROCERIES IN OUR GREAT STORE TO THE VALUE OF $2.50, f in iwry case II aire Initial relict." uJ of business that Hpring up, follow f AND OFTEN GREATER ON SPECI AL SALFS. KCUCCA JANE ISAACS, ing: iirolnnition. Lucr, Ktaiudj. OUR CHARGE CUSTOMER S WILL RECEIVE SURETY COUPONS ON PURCHASES AT TIME Shellon Lady SurTerei a Gretf This does not take into account OF SETTLEMENT PROVIDED SU CH ACCOUNTS ARE PAID ON OR BEFORE THE I0TH OF THE Dea!,ButlsAHRJhtN8W. the industrial loss to the community MONTH, FOLLOWING THE DATE OF PURCHASES. through reduced efficiency on tho Shellhorn. Ala. In a letter from this part of thoe who drink. Congressplace, Mrs. Carrie May iaya: "A short man Uohnn (Miniates thnt the loss ut in thi line- .,0.5?S-TeSi!Sn-of llio.. who drink is P" PlH-wt- y .i f is excellent for sprains and Percent of our efficiency ba(1 r "" Il"" tho time, and .oon crew bruises. It stops the pain "" '.' 1,a',n" "l w?.rkcrs' I thought I would die. couldn't etay THIS COUPON AND MAIL TO US WITH YOUR ADDRESS at once and reduces swell1)r' Sirat'ls" I When you hav? completed your shopping In this store, ing very quickly. ATCOUPONS ' w,,,,")m' ""Tt'tore, YOU BOOK WITH 40 FREE ' uf Cardul, nnd It helped me; so ha got i veur sales-chictake to the; Transfer Desk at the stuth end WILL SEND "J, by all dealers. orae more. Alter I had taken tha ,,l'0,1'l Pt'cm to bo for our city to of this building and we will rebate In cash five per cent of fl,i'0 ,0,Wr to sanction a trnffie so -bottle. I was entirely well. your total purchases, up to the amount of your round-tri- p 809., eflaefP I wish every lady, ufferins from j hurtful and expensive. Tho railroad ticket.. 0,,s 0V''K "'"I heavy losses which tronblo, would try CarduL SPECIAL NOTICE TO CHARGE CUSTOMERS: ReTreatise from tho liquor traffic should It Is the be3t medicine I know of. It ' fund will be made at time of purchase only, not a time of set, oo tha did me morecood than anjthlns I ever l,t charged to that trnffio itself, nnd tlement of acsunt. ased." none of them to onr goverument -- Cot in this linn- Cardul Is a woman's for the numoso of tonic a i which e.xi-tRtreuRthenlna; Eiv1!rlna for women, iignnnir ine very evils which it now . rondo from Inereulouts that act spe- U partly responsible fqr through the cifically oa tho womanly orpins, and countenance given by roccivinj; the thus help to build up tha womanly con- lifei( inn'iev. stitution to slowing good health. . Tho iibi-- ci of government is to A 4 remedy for woman's Ills, It has "proinnln lenliji,4 niorals, prosperity SWaV a; surcfkr-t'iisK J IMT M rrmrl of orcr 50 years. and iiy of Ihufpeople. Our city Your druggist sells It, Please try It jrdVfn-o- -.i will fulfill tho Urrefnre. II ife fiif N. II 3t' Advisory OrM.. 'en'ai wil, m -- wi.n for which nl govern, i ineC Ctutianuosa. Tenn.,fiie Home TreUoal nvnt buak. ltlr lu.ni, and eUts onlv when It acts upon' hr Wuwea," unt Is. yuln M(T, t He JtX. tlm itm r.,h whifh modern selcneo cm-ploy C-Fiif-foiin- ss n, Stock of High Grade Mer chandise Purchased From the Golden Rule Store Now on : : : : Sale : : 130 acres of land between L. & N. railrond anil Stanford nnd Crnb Orchard pike, being a portion Epli-raiPennington tract. Has on it a new House nnd tobacco barn. Terms ca.y. Mrs. J. C. Owsley, m 0 . Stanford. 1-- tf ... ... . .. mf -- i- -- .. CAPITAL AND WAGE EARNERS. 'dis- monstrous . e ffl- i; JJ l i iiic cnnracicr 01 il. Jiijuur iirauic, uuu-- -H trif lifWfitra frnm fin fnlMcfil ntwl if-H- k iknr '.. rtfil Tl'litolt Att nun IIIUI1L'A1 i iiir iii.r.inw,.i. illicit 'KLiiaitu... , .i....i.. uguiuak jw4 17 uuu ei lisuix We submit this argument believ- - t " I 3 It ing iiiae it is uiiswcuruuiu, uuu wo thnt our readers Itccome ni- -l (lunintcd with tho fundamentals laidv down by tile Baltimore divine. Wj also challenge nny person conn(ict- ed with the liquor business to suic-j- l" cessfally refute the statements o.W Dr. Stratton which have been sketch' ed in this article. The American Is, : sue. "T and practical experience havo covered concerning tne 31, - j j" C W ,t 1 "' tii ::., h . . . - ' " '""Sr-t. t 8 ' j. : ' v C"7 Chest Pains and Sprains We Give Surety Coupons. -2 FELT ALL THE TIME 4 ? 40 Surety Coupons Free. (omeTo louisville at ks Our Expense '"t"? SLOANS, LINIMENT ,, .wi'- hide-woma- ""' ISold H Stewart Dry Goods Co., INCORPORATED. jg Vf ft l James McCreery, & Co Wi . 1 NEW YORK. 1W W A; v Crxtu-i(VysM- M M-i- u WTv'JLVl '.ii. r.U--'ji M :; mi-tti- sips. LSdSJLL. ;jkW :uM Jf '" . o ..' .at " ! .trill ..l; i a f i! "si Ft- - "s : t THE STANFORD INTERIOR JOURNAL STANFORD. KENTUCKY fcGBOOlOfciG" ' fc1 1.10 THE FARMERS bales oC Cash for Accounts and Notes for nlc. 4-- mixed liny Inventory Sale On Feb. 1 we will take our annual inven- tory and in order to reduce our stock as much as possible before that date, we offer our stock of FALM WINTER GOODS f j ' CDS! ifl tf VSS ' I TH.--- 7.43 BvJS wfc ?' Remember when we say COST we Iheari it. So NOW is your time to take auvaiuagc ujl una aaic. ; Thanking you for your past patronage and wishing a continuance of the same We remain yours. : s 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 YOTJ MONEY and give you first- ., class merchandise. . " ; - T. 1). Harnett, llustonvillc 4 "Keen wnrnr." Imv n carrinire licnt cr and n Inp rnbo of J. U. McClnry. H. I). Hnltftclnw xold to ltooue H Nroyles of l'tilntki a couple of ttood horses Inst week one at $175 & mid tlio other nt flCO. He bought 2;0 nliecp from the m enme party; 100 of them nt 'J.1!5 n head nnd 10u ewres nt $4.50 a hend. Mi; IlolUcUvT Hhippotl n lond of cattle to Cincinnati ho bought nt from $- -' to $4..r0. For Snle. 800 bushels of shelled oats, 'J00 biHlicU orchard grnxH eed, f00 bales timothy hay, ! fancy Polled Durham weanling bull calve A No. L. I) u roc Jersey boar. A. V. 08-tCarpenter, Morelaud. Ky. M. J. Karris, of Hoyle bought for J. it. Kubct one lot of slop cattle, weight 1,040 lbs nt $4.0.1. D. C. Tucker bought for Lester Duncan, 53 d of North Cnrolitm, ono of tdionU at fi cents. Thnt prince of good fellows, Mr. J. L. Ilutchius, shipped from the m Dunvillo depot, during the year 11' 11 78 carloads of stock, consisting of cnttl", liojr, sheep and lunibw, for which ho paid the sum of $70,105,- He wants to double this jti 72. 10112. Danville Advocate. News i'roni Goldsboro, N. C'., that A. II. Jewell, buyer of the Kentucky Morse and Mule Company O of that city, of which concern Chas ... Lutes of this city, is president, has bought of Clark & McClinlock, of l Paris, Ky., -- 1 marc mules, four to f six year old nt $'.'00 a head. Mr. 5? Jewel also lioucht of the (letitry A :f Thompson Company, of Lexington, 'Jt miilcs n t J07.5() a head. He 'also bought in this load the crack mule team belonging to Chas. j"j,.-htjThomp-oat a ftincy price. The Minn down south was ottered $811(1 cash for this pair of beauties the day they were unloaded nt Golds-borI hut declined the ofTer, as Mr. Jewell said that Mr. Lutes wanted to keep this team of mules for an season ndvertiscmeiit until the f. cnr-lon- Mr. coinen ensily nnd direct when you place them with us Wo make collection and look after claims anywhere io the United Stnten and Canada, nnd make no ehnrge unless we eollt Rank reference for collection. c. Correspandence Invited. MAY'S COLLECTION AGENCY, Stmerset. Kentucky. Don't Fall To attend the BIG Star Sale that is on at L. L. Sanders. Great Bargains For Everybody. China, Enamel Ware, Notions, Underwear and Clothing. Prices are lower than the lowest. Grub Orchard, L. L SANDERS. Kentucky. - c If You Have Money - W -- WANT IT - If You Need Money WE HAVE IT w Your Business will be well cared for and wc solicit Your Patronage. n, e, First National Bank Stanford, Kentucky. Surplus $25,000 Wanted. CO Cummins & We a re n, tf Stanford Ky. The Heme oi Hart, Schaffner & Marx Clothing. LMWMrgieiiii a i. $i aaiteiaga'Q A good crowd attended the snle Einil Oiesr.I at Crab Orchard Iant week, and the stuff that sold . brought fair prices. Mr. Gciszl is '&&&&&&&&&&&& f KEEP L. J WARM 'Nice Line of Blankets from j;": $1.50 to $7.50 per pair Comforts from $1.50 to $2. m t-- " . Hughes, Martin & Co. Stanford, Ky. preparing to leave soon for Arizona wiere he will locate. He Dias " brother alreadv there nnd they nr ureal I v pleased with the new state. Amonjr the live stock and other tlunps which sold were the fuljowini;: aulre .u rulM.,.T n.i,lcu, -- , black horse to Hud Mobcrly $14: horse mule to John Cress $28; bay mure to John Ropers $140.50; black horse to Will Schuotz $111; mule colt to Charles Robbins $7f; filly colt to F. M. Newland .78; corn in crib to Dee Shelby ut $2.95. For Sale. 40 fjood young ewes all will l.imb by Hampshire buck. W. J. t. Campbell Uustonville; Ky. u, Nice Blue Grass Farm For Sale Having decided to quit farming I will sell privately my farm of 193 acres 1 mile and a quarter from Stanford near Somerset pike Place con y frame tains nice house, nicely arranged cattle batn with silo and all out buildings, cribs and granary, with big cellar under latter; never failing springs and new concrete spring house About 70 acres under cultivation, remainder in grass. Come and see it if you want one of the most desirable farms around Stanford. two-stor- '' iiiiaiktfiiiiriiiiiinii i igi&Oig s Capital $50,000 Ituilnid nnd Thompson hold 19 to Ike Shelby at 4 cents. eonl, iron and timber iutercstn, K Jack LMunrds sold ten mixed 1. T. Nunnclley ut $14 which they already hnve option on calves to A. per hend. Ho also sold an 85 pound from the lluuer Cooperate it, Kof, if Winchesti'i : of I.nwrcnceburK, Ind., and L. L80. K. Hryant of Danville, Ky. This dam would nUo Lav below BIQ DAM AT BURNSIDE it another power plant an an aux to the Cumberland KulU And light And Power Plant Instal- iliary led, Is Capitalists' Plan. Station, and nn electric or steam lllilwilV will run fnim Itilrnuiiln tn Burnside, Ky. Jan 10 lW, llnm comlcc,in. bontK nbovc A threo million dollar corporation ,,,,. )lnm Mih le gilp(n anJ CfM. .ou.pod of CIiiciiko and 1'illsburK ct.nt tnUwy( ,,e river ni)l beini: A .npit.;lists hns mnplcteil plans and navjpnb,e ftl tlle yenr nroullll ,e. twecn the location of the dam nud , The corporation will ho known ns purngije ' the Cumberland Klectric Light, Hent nnd Power Company, and intentions V. H. Iiurton, Luneaster'.s leading are to tarnish Kentucky cities nnd lioie and mule dealer, shipped villages with electric lights nnd cnr-lua- d of hybrids to the Wilson nower. Tbo plan rovers Frankfort, Live Stock l'o., Wilson, N. C. havinj; Lexington and Louisville, in addibought 4 4 to 0 year-ol- d mules at tion to ull small towns en route. pnyinc, The purties hnve been Richmond court day at from $140 Shetland jwny for Hcvural yosim past, to II. C. l" l(il, a 4 ycar-oAtow Woot-Mo- rm fnim V. P. Kincnid, of Stanford, Ilrunston, of Cumberland FnMs. Ky. Lsmhrn-Mtor- m Mutlot a tidy bum for the option of the also -- 4 to 15 year-old- s for .fl-' TBI wtwra prciu an Id Ui reuiDc. not ion ctnoot hit Juhn lhmhitCt uxnon, for 'nnd on both sides nbovc nnd below frm prcfltt Bo!r yon fcp yoor wUauM U;,00 pcr ,UW(,t aIhC of, head of hy- - the falls, find it is their purpose to lit frcui vurau. ,r,s from Samuel Runiedr. nf hnniess tile falls nnd bepin the disMurion county nt $181.7.ri per hend tribution of power ns onn a all This makes the ninth lond of stock nntinnH nre dosed. They hnve nlso bnuuht control of Mr. Hurton hus export to the South Ill pmltlTy cln oat lb orBM, (at oolr la your itp. bat o trry otbr franchise crnntrl by the flovern-n"em market since the begining of the uilBMloa joarrUc. thlt wvulir work several yenrn n!o, to pnrties !Drnf4rlll(lMtnr od f n-- l to rrr fall trade. Iwt mm, line lb anJni! rllinl owned Innds above BuniMde uid (MlajUaU t?ry ounc of ih CuoIImu. ! ft wondtrfnl tnd BatVtIlnwu bit 141 tonlamb t mh. , nnd now hnve the rijrbt to build n . diuro.r. ola J . HtlU l IT.U. dnm which is to be situnted nhout t it W BM . n. mnav!ar4 t oivmojt vii n mile up the river from rurnr'. U.TIWIUh 1912-Resolv- ed This dam. nceordinc to their ' ; lans, will he constructed within a ..lurrt titne nnd will be ninetv feet bSsli. This heiclit thev fitrnre will . V. THAT WE WILL ENDEAVnin iIibiii h noiil of water nhouf 40 niiles in length, the river from Hum- - P OR DURING THE YEAR sidn up Tunnin), betnefii towering 1912 AS WE HAVE SINCE liff.s on either side. Ten miles of MI.Vmt lm mM hi this' nlrendv beinc pool wnter. THE ORGANIZATION OF Hy buildint; thi dnm they will E. T. PENCE, JR., Stanford, Ky. have, nn outlet for every vnlunhle THIS BANK TO DEVOTE 500 pound cattle 3-1 Corn-puny, elo-e- d. Home grant S. J. Embry, for nbout Nheep. Jr. n, 'tr For ,nnd t 50 acres of timber Ultenhrira pike Frank Cole-maRoute, 1 Stanford. US-St- Snle. Interior Journul nnd dnilv Courier Jiiiirtwl one venr !. Offer sooA ""'v ' month and next. TT"- """ We Pay Highest Market Prices For 'a-!- All kinds ot Produce, Hides and Ti; ,!.. Furs. fc!e (t tin before jou sell, k1 prica in couutrr or delivered. H.B. Norihcoft. T. K. Tudor. Mgr. PHONE 153. nt if-n- J.L.Beazley &Co ONDERTAKERb AND OEAL-E- , AL80 IN FURNITURE, MAT- TINGS, RUG8. EXCHANGE THEY WILL I FURNITURE FOR ALL KINUb OF QIVE THEM RIOHT. ' 8TOC. OUR TIME. SKILL AND , Ladies1 Coats CAPITAL TO PROMOTING THE WELFARE OF THE BANK AND The Management ... OF THE -- A CALL. PHICE - t ...... - - m, ITS CUSTO- MERS. STAFFORD OPERA HOUE J. C McClary . We have a few Ladies' Coats ,; which we are closing out W A LINCOLN u i at CRAU OPCHARD, KENTUCKY. '..- - BARGAIN PRiCSS COUNTY NATIONAL BANK fitriier next In Has Secured a Return Engagement of the !.. . ,f . , American Comedy Co, The Best Vaudeville Going PRICES 10c, ('nrt Iimi lm nf 1 P Wns, Fred Von Allmen R.D. 3, Stanford, Ky. Stanftrt. NMtuckv UNKIITARtR Ml. IB iiL AND MHALNIR I " lkc, 25c HTAMPOHO, mr Vi j.a A tt U .MtLi