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JANTAIIY I 'i. mi j LVF.IH n KSDAV AN?) rTflHAt SHERIFF'S SALE FOR Jr" W':l neres.... (I.!).'. J'TV.1. v trael. TO CELEBRATE HIS ; aeies ... IkS'i I'l'idom. .1. II.. 'I acres . . .. 31.15 DELINQUENT TAXES Je.lulleit. Loi-mI'li'sa. " ..7.-- i If. cl. Frank. I acres As tin I. J. went lii iirt"s Frnlnv 7GlhMNIVERSARY acres . . . .'1. 10 M .John MO aeies Kite R Tmiur. Il&l (1.05 , Committees Aminlntcil And Wnrk Set tuorninc, news eniiio from Hustonville Miss Lena Edrlnijtun Succiimlis Af- -, ;,. n,,. i n it ' r. -. i 'iiiiniiv. .. i.i aeies 2o.:t5 Rev. los. Ballot) Will Preach at I, W. L. MeCarly, ShenlT of Lin- S..MI Siii.iln. n il.,.. r. tcr a Short Illness Other in'. ( .. Mf ,1.1 acres On Font Tn Boost Knlnhts n( MJ 'J. 85 colli eoiinly, will on MOXDAY, FKII. I'lllman. L.. .IT IKTCS Christian Church Sundnv tlml Mr. David H. Ciiriirnler hud died News From West End. . fi.CiO .:i ScllUcnli. .lohn.15.'(! neriM Pvthlas Fair n( Stanford. Has Done Nohln Work l'J, lOlL', County Couit day, olTer for !("!,'1 ""llirb l neres l'i.ll'i Siim'es. C. .1. acres Ii 21.80 t inimiimr. Mr. Ciirni'iilrr was one t.t 7.'J0, Smith. M. .1.. 7 neies in '""iin. ueo. I... acres . sale, at Ihe Court House door . 2.20 l?..l.,,.l.l.. I.. II C.I Hiislo'iville Jan. 17. An I'lithllHlustic meet mil' of Ihe ot tin) best known citicus of tin! ,'l.7.' ;Smilh, Tom. dr.. An event of interest to the neonlo .'1.80 acre Ky., the followinj,' properly ( vnoliK .leff III) neres' directors of the KniL'hts of I'vlliuis :i.i.r Smith. Wi'l. U&,. Mks Lena Lilrinejoti, tlandittv of Slaiifonl, '1.80 of Slaiifonl lint! the mirintinilini; (!..ri0 Slornes. (Ico. 20 neres ... . of Stanford mum held Thursday West Kml. mid onu of tin; Icniliinr Mr. Ilrnek IMrinlon, died .Monday retunied tlcliiupicul, same heinj; the IfeMiolds. Oz fill acres , Fair i'i'f 'country will take idaeu at the Chris-;i'j(J- 0 afternoon lit tliti rail of President county and !!!''!' ' ' X't '"0 acres 4.00 stcnhciis. ,1. I.. Xlt. 5 acres. 11 o'clock, after n few amount due for slate mid Klc harils. (. A., "c ,,.., Jim WoimN. Th.. first work of or- - horsemen and farmers of the coiiu- - morning lit t'on ehnreh next Suntlav moniiiiL r.7.' liiVlor. .1. D.. 50 actTs school tax for the year 1011. SaitI Ifrlcv. Alta. Nit 10!) ,. u L,rlHl irnniuiliim was Marled, committees (v. jjl. acres ... 4.55 Tax lor. .Mrs. M. 50 acre- - . . ).o when hlder Jos. Ilallou will eeli .,mtiilioii with weeks illness. Miss lMrinj;toii was u K"'c - filiL'o. I). C. Nit 51 '"'K'li "' ' o'clock I'. M., stanamioinirtl mm ii wan ttraciieaiiv tw Ihost lovnlile oiiiil' woman am 1 had acres.... :j.5o Wmle. iJeltihia Nlf. I.mtl . . . 2.20 brntt! the 7(ilh anniversiirv of hin 77 illed that tlu last week in Aurust hw Kleat hire ItiL'liilv Dare. A more won man Walls, .lal.e. 1 acres . 7.75 birth by friends who will mourn iiani lime, i lie names ot those pay- Kitticr. JoeWin., acres delicrin'.' to the nrm.lo oiw '.t neres Ifolcnson. will ln selected a the date for the 2.85 Wilchor. W. L. 48 . I. to extended notice will he L'iwil in next her loss. The deceased was twenty-nin- e ing before, that date, will he .stricken Ifohind. (1. A.. 70 acres Krod-hua- d ol his sl.tcndid sermons. FJscwhcrn fair, immediately follow mil' the :.85 Willis. Owen 4 A . 4.35 W. L. MeCAIfTV. She. .IV. Ross. off list. 120 acres .las. fair, and not eoiiflictim' with jenrs of uri1, a memher of the 10.80 Wri.'ht (Jeo. II & , .10.1)0 111 this issue of tlm Interior Journal Sims. (J. W.. 2.'i neres anv of the other fair in this unrt of Tiicsihu's Miner. :i.85 Voeum. A. A. &. W. C. 00 ... .18.80 will I .... found 11 statement of his sub-K-Christian church Iiiimiik united with Crab Orchard Whitc Sims, .in 2.'i acres the ntiili'. 4.05 the church when quite a girl and had Anderson, Dae, 'J I acres.... .'l.'J.'i Siiulcton. A. K.. 2.U-10The rToutrtt enthusiasm is Iicimr acres 7.25 Hustonville Colored Delinauent List CRAB ORCHARD. lived a pure and consecrated life. Avny, Henry, 10 acres 4.50 SiiiL'htim. Lewis Kltlrr Hnllou IhotiL'h 70 venrK old. it- -1 ri I utnnni' the I'vtliuiiis in the 3.10 man i aeies acre.... 2.05 Adams iicirs 0 U&, Smith, Mrs. Kvie 200 acres.. 8.10 HiiiIpx. .Mu-- s. .'t K. still noes .'ll.ollt his work with irnwh We tlieply smmllue with the tleiir llallaitl, (leo. Xlt i() A 1.(1(1 fair, iind with (lie loilfe l.oostuiL' its ; l the liiror mnl est of enrlv innn- Waller .Ionian and Levy Son tiers, ones left lo ii.ourn mid may they Snivel. Mrs. L. r, n(.tl,4 fi.tjO it is. it ih helieved liv nil that the 18.50 Hiii'oii. (let, II,V:L rnes, Wm. two iiertw He was horn in Fnhiski eoun- St nit . (Jeo. Nlf. (10 neies ... 4.55 lihi.n. Cleo. IKvL I.K.'i liootl. wilt he nil liliniialified enteilainetl the ('rah Orchard Udd leali.e their loss is hel uiii. 2.80 Teis. (Jeo. (Ill acres Heaver, Henry, 10 iutos Hricht. II. !!.. :i A inimher of ntoinineiit acres . 1.05 tv J"" 21. lS.'SO. Jn 1850 he nccet.t- 11.20 Fellows with it nice, supper Friday ;.(;:. T tilirnli'c. D. L.. 110 acres . . l2.:io Hvidit. d. T.. N. K.. 1 neres The men of West Main street, Ilene, Ifiee, 100 actet wlin lme nlwavs hern identia.05 id f'hrist ilurintr 11 ineetine held at CW'llilllJ. ntiueh Clnistinn ehitrch. fied Willi Lincoln eoimtv fairs hn .'I.Jd "" !i.:io Drown. Tom. tieie Messix. .1. Allen, C. If. .McCon.inck Ithiiiken-ln.las "JO aeies.. . .(i.(i: WiiKPcr. AiiL'iist. hind Uib-le- r. 12. I'. Thump-oMr. mid Mrs. of W. If. illiuns, W. I). Dunn, V. W. (5.00 JJiirii'.'iiii tint! Aliiitin Owens two of already ent in their iiiiiihcatinns to II. T.. Jill acres acre . . . (i.70 Itrown. Joe. 4 :i.."i.'i ltlaul.eiiship, T. S. 10 acres. tin nioiicer nreachers of the restorn- Wcslev. .laeoli 1,"I7 acres .... li.00 ISnrilett. John 7 aeies 0.15 join (lie Xtti"hts of IMliius and cct Lnncmlcr spent the past week in MeKinnej. C. W. Adams certainly llhintoii, .). II, ."0 aeies 7.10 Uileher. Mrs. Ann 18 acres ... :i.5o Diiitlelt. Sarah 5 acres in with the hitneh of live vomit' men tins city. 2.20 !'"" mou'meiiHn Kentucky were do- -i i.Wilehci. .1. It.. l'J.--, acres Il'.rtoii. I.ce hrs 10 acres.. in, all frr shovel- - llohhilt, F. F., U&'.t have the thanks of 4.00 '".' the- itrciichimr. who me irtsliinir this fair and intend 4.0, A. . . 1:1. Our hustling merchant Holt White inif the snow from the 15.20 In 1807. thoiibh aetivelv PiiL'nL'et! 10 Cainis. J. M.. to mnl a success of it. s aeie 1.(10 Wneher. .1. N'.. 1.17 acres Urock, .). I!. 7."i aeies Williiiin-.- . T. I).. 2.20 in a The eommiltees amiointeil Thtirs-da- has .sold Ins interest in the White A. List Himluy ti'oniiin; when it was l'J. I (I ila.'ter. hnllie l ucie business. Flder I'fil- -, Iluriii, W. II. hou-- e - lot . . 17.20 Wrmhl. N. I... 1040 acre- M iomi. Weslcv unit li ii ('resident Woods Were as fol- - l.teee stole to lloniee Kiduell. Ion felt that it was u nart of his .4.85 acres lour inches deep. (1.10 Yiarc'tc. Anion, hi iiii.vjfi . Carpenter Uros., IK:L mi Clovil. John Nlf. Mil. 2.20 life'.-- work to nreaeh. lows : il From that. Mrs. .lames Mmiucl has Iiccii quite ,M,i,t'. Mniiimli HA.L 2.00 time to the ureseiit he has done, -- e(145 i.20 ioiipu. M. !'.. 00 acres .. Iinr imd Tmek M. S. lliiuvhmuu. I sick for the pnst wtek, hut she is (Inhiini. Ihe meula! uinrvtl enter- - Commons, W. I)., XK 111 A. M. Ill III. I , uc, I 28.47 Intioiis work in '2'A counties in Ken- II. .1 MclfMietts and .1. I). Weareti i,., neres .'1.4(1 iiittiiam. ii. .. 11 a c ics 27.00 UK-l- c. taincd a large crowd Friday eveniiif; Deltoid, .1. A. land tit HI." Den ('umtmus I..I... 1... l.itttut ... ttiiai .'......p.. r .Inn. (coll .i.iiMi-t- i 2.f5 tuckv ami heltl 75 mcotinirs. II- - be- l)les. .' ... 4.05 I urns.nettle. 15 acre ll II I. II" ... . I II n "" - II I' "" .1 ":i.2o M'lii.cy (ico. U.'i aeies 2.20 iin,. minister of the. Stanford Chris- aeiedeman II irv Fields. Col. F. F. Itolihitt is with .llldKe '"" Stanford List (White) (jim-iii- . - 12 acres .. . . 0.40 turn church in 1S70. sen imr the FiaiieiDclauev, Hli7ii l.'i neres iiffan on ncciiiint of Ihe weather. 2.20 I.iii. her M. M. Sulin. V. II. Wear-e- Cullon W. T.. Nit .'10 a ere-- . . ,10.5(i (mwiis. lor ii few days. 1!) aeres ... 4.75 church four venrs. lJuriiiir 0. W.. hrs and .lohn Itiiieiiinnn. his min- 4.70 HiaiiilciiburL'. II. K 18 acres.. :l.(IO Shiii Ifnid is xiitteriiiK from a very Dishon, F. A. Nlf !() acres.. Mr. Ilnrry Collier of I.onisvitlt1 11 U01.de. S. T. Harris. II. C. k75 Ihe splendid struc.turu in which CnlnWu. H.S.-- I Stanley 105 A.. 8.(10 (itcilt n. I'hillis 5 acres l'.dmi- -l I. If. IK-sore tin out ami hail cold. Alc.v Wriiv II. W. (livens. .1. F. Cummin. is at home tor a few days. acres ... 0.a.5 'he coiiL.iciration now worshin- - wu 21.(10 Hriaht. .1. W.. UOaeie, W. D. .'ILt .'! A 52.55 (irav. Willis. ILVI Mild 2.85 built. S. Senilder. Mr. mill Mrs. Iiolund liisliop and liliuore. ( Mr. Thomas Cherry has moved his lii'.'irin- -. Milt 10 aeies Farris, Mrs. Knuu:: H&L.... i'i.2.i .iriicatcr. Jennie ami DovalliVL a.8.1 Solieilim' ailvrtisint' mid There is nrohahlv no moip n 'eeinl 20.(15 Docker. Maik ILVL 1 for of timids lrom llrndheinl to little diiMhter are with Mis. M. It. Sitlin. .1. A. Harris. 4.8 miui-tOil acres 7.2."i 111 I'remiiiins Falconer, Hen communitv Cash. Mi- -. 1'. L. 12 acre- - 11.05 Ilocker. (Jreeii. 7 2 liinhop tor a leu iliiys. We are glad to have It. T lipiee. C. K. Tnle. S. M. Smitlev our town. ... 8.(10 tuck than anv Halloa, and ina Ken- Air. aeies ,ri.0(l food Fish, (Jeo. 8 acres omul -- . I). F.. :i" lien- 5.70 Docker, llaiiison XK 15 acres (. Aiheiiisii.L- - S. M. Snnflev. .1. F. him in our midst. ol his friends u u,-Mr. (avoip' Ififfe, of MeKiuiiey, (iilkerson, main rdlv 8 :!l.'i Daniel- -. M- -. K. F. Nlf 5(1 a.. 15.85 Mocker. Sarah J. I!., n&, aero a.!. turn out on Sunday to hoar him. t'lliniini'H. .1. I). Went en. ami II. W. Mis Mollie llrooks eliterlaiiied the wiii heiu Tue-di- iy Dae-- . (ha-- . fur a horl tiuiu (ioer, .Ma(,'i;ie, .'il acres 2.00 lohnsoii. llcnrv. 25 .teies aeies :i7.8: D.ii-- . .la- -. Mf25Kill Given Aid Soeiety Tlinii!ny al'ter- aeres 22." 5 John-oi- i. Kick, laeie (iisnle ,of Louis- (ivmit, Mr- -. David 210 acres Wnl.t--- J. L. llMtBlt-v- . ais., PREACHEiTs'wORkFnG HARD nm! W. !!. ln1its 2.:i."i I)ehiiH. .In.. Ifowlmul... 5.00 Johu-oi- i. noon from 2 to I and a delightful ville, is with Mr. and .Mrs. ,1. I', Heiirv. 20 acre- WVrivn. 4.05 . . 4.!)."i Fvhiiui. Arniii 10(1 acres (irilliu, S. D (ill acre-5.71) Jones. Kit. ILVL .Mnsir -,- t. W. Ireland. Sam Cn-t4.05 To lltllell wit- - slYWil. (oiode thin week. Aroose Temperance People For (iiie-- t. :t.so (laiiioie- -. Frank ILL Itowlaud 4.05 .lone- -. Kiire. 4 aeie- Anna 2 acres 4.05 1o. If. T. Ilniee and .lohn X. Alenc-fi- j Miss .Inlin Goodwin entertained a Cilliland. J 1'.. a 1 acres ... 5.40 Lee. 'Ittl.Iy 0 Mi. Kda Harnett was the piet (iittmmi. Win. fit! aere s..--r Election on Feb. 10. 4.05 aeies Jr Hardin. Julia' XK IIL Ifowlantl 1.05 Lvons. Will 1 acre iiiiiinlier of her friemls Monday nixht ot Miss Mary I'hcMnut of '.'. a.S5 7.O.") Hay- -. Mollie til neies .'(.Oil .Martin. J.. 'J neres iiuhi. from 8 to l'J. John (j aeies 4.75 FEARFUL WRECK. Alo- -t of the pastors of Lincoln LO.'. I locker. J. T.. Xlt ILtl Iliitou, .lessio 2." acre-- . 2.S0 .MeCornmek. Alft.ul 4 Ifev. Walker, of Stanford deliver aeies ... 5. 15 coull,y nll arL' IwidinK in the fight John-o- n. C. If. lllaiii returned from Ilines, (ico. 20 acres Nlf. 450 acre- - . . 20.05 .Met 01 mack. Geo. 1 Ife. I.S5 aeie Between L. & N and C. A. 0 . Near ed n temperance lecture lust Sunday j,,,,,;!,,, ,. A, Kittrill. Oco. 20 acre- .J(l... I a.5.5 .WeLinucN. Jfow-an- . 1 acre, 'riax. I.S.'i ' prevent saloons iL.'O I.miii- -. Jas. XK 1 I nulcullfa Cnnr llllil aeies ehnreh ,to ,(. )t.c,i,i,. ,,, lii, mother thm Unimex, i ;. . .:oo fiO u at Ihe Christian ..u. ...... u. acres.. . 4.55 I'atton. Will. 187 acu-- ... . 28.70 al the election on hem,' voted back , 20.10 Luu-foi.yi.nB acre IIlm.,. 'red Mf February IDtb John 10 aeie- ' 10.50 L'obiu-01Jim ILVL ... . . U(1 collision reMiltinir wlueli whs eiijojed by all who hear.l w,,.ks In u hrail-o- n ,,, .r V .,, n,.r,.s next,. lire tilnlrin'- - fietiv-.- . nnluit .inn .. .......... :i.2o . ... or J. H. Itrvun. Ilf.t AH wi I chhwirl. Tom. 2 acres t "i'1 .. or.lers the him from . .. .v.. ....:.... , .Martin. T. !).. HAL. A,,f m,,,,,',, h,,,,,,,, health. s' 5. 15 Mii'jict.in. .Jas 2J acic-W . T .. 1.', . oeaau ,, . 3.8.5 ....'. ilJib I""-- "- "" i.t .11, 01 mo lemperance LUISVlc i XllsllMlle "I.ei"s1nllire . ii, .Miller. J11- -. 47 aeie- :lr r a.oo ii. ''I'-'"...;-- " 1,1,., "Crab -Oichanli, n,r sli,, lias a mist. ol warm ami, an- - w,ir,i. It. i;to acres . Thev are sneakiat' at t'i" dif- Oscar 11 20.20 acres Simtiii!" inssenirer train that left lo J. W.. Xlt U(i acres ... 4.0(1 ls VrmiLf'.iM Ml .1 . fi'eln.'L' 'I'lleiluv "' t uteilaiiied the litre where she spent j!iyS( y f ;t(j (.r(1 4.00 Isrenl churches over ,1110 county ami hiiriii.k-4.85 Xichoin. Kevuold- - 180 acre- - . . 8.55 Smith. Manrarct. XK ILVL . Steele, herr- ILVI '. afternoon, westbound, and an einntv '(.nrls and boy- - at an oyster supper nie past Mimtncr. 2.20 doin their utmost to.nrouse the pood I iinii.r..Lv,.i. f: Kains. J. V.. 2a aeies 15a acie.-0.55 'loluer. Milk ILVI Chesap.-akOhio na cnu'er train i,it .Wvilnesilav niuht. 2.20 people iifrainst ihe danger which, in Mi-- s t i Mae (.omit- has return- - jrllm,,. h. (roI) 2 Koht. 18 aeie- ". 4.00 Inee. Alitchell JKVI acres, a.85 Kiihiu- -. H. Lexington " back to Tile" Indies my winking haul to e.l froa. a pleasant visit to .ll-- s Koiiten. 0.75 IIL Rowland.. - 2.(10 nicker. Kml.rv. ll&l t eelher at j,,,,,,. Kpirajm ;l:, Iu.rP . . . 4.J5 si.nnl.-lc-- . from liiiisville. erasliftl '185 '""''dini-'- . M.. l() aeieWelch. Jas. HI "nu' )f 'he prciichin appointments 4!85 Mary 1). Kennedy at Stanford. Lour Kim tni'hlecii nulcs ea- -l of kc i open saloons out of Crab a 11- -. ....r.. l,.!,,,..,,, ' u,.w (1.05 St in ton. Joe S.. 2 acres .J.8"i ilktr.sou. J, 1).. 4 acres j!.55 'iinnotinced for the West End jiesl Iwiuisvife Tue-d.- iv en , .. ii'' ' ' C A: Mr. ant! Mrs. Luke Carpenter, ot Scmoiiia. ("has. 100 acres ha I .0.75 a.85 Sunday are as follows: tmioer Charles O'l.te and his fireV'..-- "" Mr. (Ieon:i' VandeMcr. a Iiiahly New Castle. Ind.. euine down Friilav John A: Dan 1 acre .... 2.20 5.(10 Svscr . ' iMiur, r it'll. '1 aeie- man. .Imi't's Forrest .Marmiis. both respected colored man. of C MIDDLEBURG Travl.,-Mt- -. Kev. II. F. Surle- -, ur Hustonville, ('. I).. :!.'ta-7- . . .00.40 vi.-- it to the honiefolks I.autl-li- u, A "" 'lor a short jif IllIH,l"HiHHitil .. Ik, 7 acres 2.05 Wr.le. W. 'I t 'l niimliiN ti I'll I tiiI . H&l will preach at AIcKinney next S11117.05 here. Julio- - M.honi.i of Louisville, mid l r,tK' lrozc ,n tWiU '"- -' ' K' I.iniiey, Mr- -. J. AL. 402 ner- t- 11.05 aie. C. (.. acre The weather has been hehaviii-- ' so tlav momiii" at 11 o'eloeb. 4.25 Mr. If. L. lfuplcy, of Stanford, bis fin num. Thomas J. Johns, of - in Louisville Mr. .Install . 5.20 Yales. heirs. SO acre- - ... '5 I'itdiy for the last two weeks that If. Wain, of Hustonville will Ilir Lexi'vt "i were all four killed in- - made a business trip to our town luii'llif: a -- peeiull-t tleat his eye. At Lopm. II. II. ILVI preach Vakcv. Jack. ILVI .s.(i0 nutliiiiK (i.(!5 Meiule. Iltiiry, 5(1 acre- stiiulh. Itotli eiM'ine- - cihIimIim! and i"",l of a newsy nature has haj)- - at Sonlh Fork in the afternoon nni i. last icpuit lie w.s iloiii nicely. w,tK; the Im- -i coach of (lie C. fc O. r.i, AlcOinnis. A' is. Mary 4(1 aere- - 5.75 Stanford (Colored) Delinauent List r'"wl- i.ifht. Kev. W. S. Willis of Ilns-LxeMr. I.inll (nesl s -- ale was well at- Missc- - i mi ami Jc-'.- ie McKiehnic was teh'scoi....!. The Jour men were 0 acre- 7.50 Abb. (let... ' uri 4.00 of law ami older here tonville, will preach' at JIorelanA nejitli the wicckaire. Xo mis. temletl last Thursday rc;ardle-- s of anil Alice lfmikiu weie quests of Mis X'apier, A. buried In i niler-ol- i. J11 Vlf v.itI .III,". O -. is mtcre-te- loer .. . ,...,.1 Noak- -, Aaron, Jr.. acve- - 5.55 11,11 tl in the whisky election Sunday ni-Kev. W. G. .MoulscilL'ers were kllleil Hut seVcrill DnillV th,. u en I her. e " soon for lstt Mojtl hist Wtdncsdux. e wi f.i.ei5.05 in Lincoln I). L.. 00 acres 5.55 L'.iiwliman. Ifieliard ILVL. in in r i county and there will like- - joinery of Jloreland will preach jit Arizona. 1.05 .Miss Jauic Wood 1.::, ol Danville wreck is declined hv the 1. A: The 4.(15 MmiL'hiiiaii. Duel, J at Onan. W. I1.. 12 acre- ihe W.u.d VI or- - litis fii'ni-hc- il .5.45 I tic .something Join- - over the line tthe Hustonville Presbyterian church with Mr. ntn! .Mi---, ltohiud X.. ot f't nils to hae lit en caused bv few was a.5(l in the licit thiee mess. Whisky in next Stiuiluv nmht. Ifev. Surle- - will miti. HAL l'ayne, Ilarri-o- u ii.MI limw'i. AL. Xlt n dinet Molation of ooerntiiu; rules town wilh rabbits for the past Inst week. Itriiwu. I'liai lev. acre .. 1.40 Lincoln means 2.7.5 Hruce. I'lnyforlh. Win.. 10 neies .nreaeh at Alt. Snlein Sunday after-Joh- n whil.y in Casev. on the imrt of the ( , A N.. cinnhiM- -. w ceks. Hell. I acre S. D. Yowell spent Sunday with 4.05 .... T VT Mattie Fish is slid on the 5.25 Cofie. Ilanett ILVI. Fietllcrick who has resided !'0"' 4, the ho.uerolks heie. X,' . . MAN SHOT AT PaTnT sick list. 10.55 Car;-- Andernn Sr 75A ILVL 18.50 111 iiiuioi.s lor a number of years M' '"' r'.Vt.'t.i James II..1I, who has b.en tak.i.t: ;fnl- - ;Mr ;M' ... ,. . . y LICK DIES OF WOUNDS . Mr. Aueil Pillion had a valuable JaoeO(iiOO oniev. i.cvv .1 aiTe-tl'n- iS.0O heie last week .villi ins family, a.S5 ' " 5, '" " s:..,,. 11 1.1 eou,- -e tit Lexiimton. came a O TEMPERANCE COLUMN Lancaster, Jan. 15. 4.10 anil will remain tor a ...nil. invl. hor-- e die hist Week. ( loyd. a., acre- -. . . . .'h' Kllioit. to (cynt.1.1- -. counle of Tom. 12 acres home Aclue-th- a. S.55 (icorjie Fin1e, who was shut by H This space is enued l Mr. J. T. Luwicmc of (iiun U"..(id r.U'..cmuu. Jennie 1.05 mouths. acre. "' Lee Turner, of Cwuvlon, - the Tin. inns Italston, n. the I'mnt Licl has been relatit.s. hen- - ( aeie- - ... O the Temporaiiee Committee of Xotwith.standin the very elmii;f-nblM, 5.85 ii.irtlner 2.25 " "' ,,('r,K Airs. W. J. Camp- tuiy-- .. .j fracas, died Friday night lit the Link ll'.'t'in- - and wife are reioie-iin- r cucst of his aunt a.S5 weather this winter our doctors i?: Lincoln County. 10 acrc- Singleton, hens 200 4.10 (iioe-- . Jii-- itit 1:1 acre- - . . . h, 'ill acre- 1.S5 tell us that the over the arrival of twin boys and bell for a few th.vs. Lancaster hospital. He was about health of this com10.50 II.1111- -. Waller Nancy MeKinnev was with S'"h. Amanda Kl.. air. . . .! Misri 4.00 aeie 30 years old,- unmarried and had they have been christened Sam T. 1.00 I lav- -. Will To,u1' r- - " xl- - -- ' ",,r,,s aero 1.25 munity nas necv better. Ali- -s NOT MY BUSINESS Annie (lav Lutes last week. 4 I lav- -. conic to this eoiinly from Jessamine, mil Wallace (J.- Mack. 25 acie . . Ihoie are to be several r a. S.H AL. 20 acre- - . . 20.50 Airs. Chailes Fike, of Violet Slope. Tucker. ll Ili'.'um- -. A!. C. 'J aeie- - . Crab () chant Siiruij;- - me instal-hui- r a Whitley Ihouli he was .'autlitkites for county a.2i: A wealthy man in St. Louis wns Tucker. J. A.. 122 acres as.'o Join- -. Atms 'K ILVL ... Thur-,l-a. wa- - here -- hoppinu 's 2.25 111 this an elect rie belli plant. evamiuin county mail. eoiintv. This community asked to aitl in 11 series of tenuier-mic- e s.co Nn" 1"ur'd CI. (itorce D. Wtathcifoid and Wa"nte. J. X.. ' 1 111 acre- - .. . 7.30 Joii' s. Lewi- -. i'i aeie- - ... t least two K. 't.i"11"1 Kt'sartllcss of zero weather L. L. trill is set for next Thursday. niceiimis. but he scornfully Aml -- ' a.8.1 I.aekc. Tom. '1 .'J acie- ' (''" "''rt1 JM I . Wesley will bke.v be a candidate ''.it. lie's' star snie was well i 'ciiib'tl MUs ileteher Xewhera a.e 111 Cin- After beiiis further DressUiesev. Will acre 4.5 , lor count v attorney and (J. 1. (lamer ed, he said : fiiinati liuxinj: ootids Saturtlay. for J. (!. A POPULAR OFFICIAL Lol'iiii. Lli.i. Crab Orchard Colored acre 2 0" lb fieuriii; 011 the county eleiksh. "iciitiemt'i. it is not mv husiuesH." Lot mi. .Messrs. Hob White and Waher jWeathcrtoi.l and Company th s ciii-- f Andrew, 0 aeies 2.J( Al a mcctiM'.' of the Crab Orehaid f 1.05 Alt'lfiiht Aiiiriah 5 acre- Ihe ladies ol the Uuptist ehnreh A few davs after, his wife anil it.--. Miindv a 100 have organized a hulie.llunkiue Co.. a few tlavs ml-- the Saiilh went to Lebanon Junction iw'l'k. ntivs 2.70 AIelf. J'aliei; L5. acres Jlinus, -' aid society Ijvo dauthlers were eomint' home-il- k lohn Jlx-l-. '1( '11 8.00 Sam Ashley is ilnting the mail lisins, Italic 2 hm offieers of that thrniic.' vour the lit'htuiut' nxtire. Jn hi.- - t'rafnl acre- a.85 .Miiltl'L'tmi. I'oliv 2 aert, ... .5.80 with Aliss Kmma Foj;if as president, were elecletl, lor another carriiiL'f. with liveried attendants, be wiiKon for Air. W. If. Williams this m,,.,.. h&L a.oo .Miller. Oeo. Ji.. l.'J neie '1.80 .mil Aliss Alary Hryatit secielary. This is tlm heuiiiuiiitf of Cashier S. "A GIRL OF THE MOUNTAINS." rode to the dciu.t. thinkiiit' of week. 3.55 O'Xtnl. AIatli-01KoliinsDii Jno. 0 A 20 aeie- - .' ('. taile's sixth term ami each vear 0.75 Kev. C. T. Claunch has resiilneJ .stileiiilid business, anil Dlanniiit' his :t k'i O'vslev. Lii.la. 114:1. for fiiuU 'liin 10.20 Joe V. Ifout was in Danville Sat- - Sutton Jack. ILvI ore t i.i.ltti with the "A Girl The company s juislor of .New Saltm Khptist the morrow. Hark' did stimeoiiH sav 4 :to I'm in un. Hen .'! aeies litxior. Alls. Jas. 1.'I7 A manv'iiritroits of the Intnl.. . .. 7.50 of" the .Mountains." which held the ,,,,1,,.. l'tnil't 11. Wi- -. W,.i,., U'm 11 uc iv ... 7 10 church. It is understood that Kev. "JV;,('"k'"t'".r Aliss F.thel lleniou isited Ali-- s w,.,..' Nancv. II L night, I'e . 2.20 mi. (ico Xlf 0 ucics .. . 2.25 KG. Alailii, wi,l succeed him. The American Coiticdv Couuianv boards at the opera house last Hos- -. Allen, ILVI is ery cleer mid the play is an .. 7.45 iilavcd to 11 fair crowd al the oni-ihe has hcou 01111,. had tid'-'ii-t it is not likelVithaslimii'ieti-e- d Wavneshum Delinnrent List .' L .en. heirs . .. Alary Skinner 7.f0 heie f(,r some time ami as , one, especially the last house Thursday uiulit. nohvithstmiil-im- r on the and Alississhmi Kili a conseMn Ih. Fob ILVI . . a.so ,' l'ower-1a- -t tin li.id wcalhci, ami t;nve a three acts. The scenery and Miss h.vm.nt week 'X,l ,.7A;v roan. vi it trouble- - him. " It ih .Millie '10 Sim . 3.05 quence full supplies haw been .1, .1 Milcntl il 1,1 ' ". . 11 ,. Ills hlsiiie-sDr. 'Mtnrl Alcorn has retiirnul j',,nk' n' 0" i(t weie aboe the aerae and S5 lb. .man. A!e ..sr. ILVL .. .5.80 ly reduced. Our Merchants, however stonned on" thenow. The hor-e- s an i' an i'if. ..1 nrftfv4 1.' ' instant ami noon in- ' " f I. blue. Will 2 neie- - ... 12 A '..'...'..'.'.. Akcr. J. bal a.sn Keep up faiily good fire.s whilu win-lI. enlTf. eente I. the loiupaiiy ave (.'cneral satisfac- from Coviiujton. UUinnt' he filliks it has oeenrrc.l yfi 7.:k; i.i..l"e. W. Ik. ILVI l .loiiit (10 A. . . . eim . 5.80 .s. J. J. Ditkev gave Kadi t add t!oi to tion. The pi. i tints not beloii!; lo ' "- - !' 4 I miles distant on the emits are beiinr cultivnteil. and .Mif- i ci Anil ins. AL.Iie. ILVL .., ' .. 2.50 Ihe Milltl vi'li' sn e n't e- ex- - ,;;;;;:;;; ;; - 7U the hea xwei.'hl cla but contains m, i,.u..,.si.s ....! w y 1, ipi-uS t.'.n j; ha- - uot-1" telet'rai.hs for th.. snt- t 0(1 f.ne heie sincL Htstonvllle White Dcliouuent List let.tI)e ire- will siiiL' sonic n 'iii-i- !'. .1 moral mid much that - food for n.niB heie Sunday. (1.05 s . 115 A. ihe snow fell. Sevirtil old sleds haw tll"'CtIiH I In th in and liar"oi.v "I l trivo von WOO for an extra Flunk l.sk ipmI wife were with I'liui'h If 0 A .lohn. Sr.. V.'t acres ..f 2 00 been hroii.t'lit into use and made to who !" I'ni-.i- lt. This is a eotd nhow and is worth Ihonehl. Aliss Lillian flll'IIIC." I.CO ln- -l i4.. Sie'la. HI u. res :.'.() aiw i.,.. i ii... i.,,,, in,.. ...I.. 1I...1 ..i' v. ,u:.. Mrs. Alien l.tt-Si'as, 0 A.. . ., . ecciutr. The nnswtv flashes back "Xo." service as sieit'hs in the absence Tint- - 'K 1'ia aeies . .!'!."( .; and 4 t'fi v a ::,,:. .... . m "I will five voit one thousand doU nunc to . ii .,,.,,i .,, nonii was excepiiouaiiy uoou, wiuie .'im. i.. I ."if n to S. XK. 50 A .) iVnlmil'. II.. Mf If., ..Vies 0"I5 of better ones. who wus lunch beloved Vork and will lelurn AIoiituomt'r,. .1 n. liter. I). V. ILiL bal... 8.10 ltov Julian Adam- -, of the Wullfown l.irs tor an "lrti eiicine." TlPCn RllU.nnUll PPDPIC a' S." Xlf' (i.5 A . i!(irt "A train with xurtremis and niirsci. -i iiiiiu nun uunn rtuiLL bv an eruoii. c'ul, who dubbed him Mn.i in tw weeks ' r unci. J. 1... rid acros... . (iji.s section was triii! at Vosemite one Ciiriicuter. J. L. SO A . '!.!l.Indian has already rone forwanl anil .e 'hiijiii.aii. Alls. A. IL. 'If 111 Chaiu.cl. J. 0 to , . . . . 8.15 tr.ni day last week 011 the cluiive of huvo no oilier." ' laughter each Face,'' lau-c- d 'Ancl ( 'ii'k. To'n. 'il) ,'1,'js bleach o For Killiou Heirs. A North Carolina JVIan Suggests acres . the With trouble tune he appealed. The eiowd was WHO IS PRETTIEST GIRL 'J Coker. A. G. (!() A . (I.SS l I'hll'illl. S. W.. ;uve. .. S.1I0 e.rew out of a fouwr-utio- u His Letweeu Ihe mail white face and anxious brow. a Remedy naceil to nn.i fr.i Tl.,.1 ;. mall, ..wine to the veiy cold uiiht. IN MILLEDGEVILLE? Cook. J. Al. I A 4 .OS Culver. Gabc '2 dciv.- . l."l hi- - business now. In li.ilf mi ).. Greensboro, N. C "For a Ion ! hiiii'aud a counle of ladies over the If ( 'J.'.'O 111.1 Ik. i aeie- A X'f e. . The ni. J.Sfl attraction is Galvaui, th.t itirh.tDs. which sirmeil to hit" hn'Ca '. - m. ... 11 . telephone in which one of M. C. l.r.L time 1 waB.eo run down anil tleblll-tate- miiitl iuarel, who will likely have a . T'JIi loidlir. A -t sjjij i t'f. ei" f 1" Ihe 'i ('ov.cn. Air- -. F!u IU.1 .1. J M ' A. him of beius; drunk, to which eentiirv. the' train HTivctl. He hnr- " that I could burtlly drat; arounJ. 7.110 M I'.ib' :r' iV I" b . M neu lownnt. it mnl in tn tender house tomorrow, Wrdiirs.ini. () A V I. D.lllt't.UtV. J. F.. Ii .icres poor ntnl I could mot TAy appetlto-wu. 8.1(1 ' ''a'" :i.70 he ;'iie the ... lie. The prosecu- loillid Hie tnai..'et! 1111.! tfele-- s ro. He dcsei'M's such, lo say 'nv ,),' d n't! wi'l lal for a werk t idsht. Jell. :i"o i)u vsou. John "i. r Jas T. A A. had (rltsl different 'J.s'i tion seems lo lime been iinni'i'es-a.'- y vloep ulshta, I mains ot his wife and one of his :i.o.-- ) De'k. F.. k'(i acre-- , bal lloxcs for Ihe nurio-- e are f.ui"d at Florence. . :i.jo tonics without benefit. I was the least. tlaiii'hters. In the . II. XK. mi) A. .. .ISMS IK Mi ndt'e. IL. I acre .ll I line '.loirs in tinvn. Th". mo"ev Fun's 2."U as one parly was us much in fault bis other ilaiiuliter car foUowii..' 'av tdrlied to try your coil liver and with ht ibtintv , 8.vo 1 .ham. J. .1.. 10 acres bat .Francis. Cluis. . 7.110 us the other. The jury however i;ave libs mis-heihas iicc'M'I wi I fit toward li'iv:t:t (Fissoin I). ILvl ISO A. .. in. nut) FOLEY KIIHEY PILLS iron tonic. Vlnol, and I am so ()ad ,1 .1 r.s W IV IK ., 8 7(1 . Julian 0110 cent and the costs, which oozini' slowlv nu'iiv. !ier iiieciou- - life did, for it Kavo mo a hear'tjr appetite, always books for Ihe new library. I ecnus-the(Gooch. Martin. 1 2 A. .. .175 (livens. G. AL. n."0. 80&5(j' A.'.' riw he paid mid theu (jjve A iiiuirl of whiskv. uliii-T- i set up the cigars I boob commenced to ilpop Boasdlr, 7.85 Gooch. H.iV... .'It! iittic- - .. J.UVJ liunctl. (Ml.. W Here-,,- .. always do the work. J. T FOLEY'S HONEY AND drunk fifty miles nwnv bv n ni'lnimi to the whole crowd. 11 111 .1 acres and feel atrong; well and more ac()Aer J V.. Xlf 7" ;t o iiooiie, 5.80 i'iiiibiV was the cause of the cntnn "1 HX4) 4"0,llaVv. Aliiitir. (LvL It. 0.. IK-tive than I bavo for years. Ever? run Sbclnut. Iiremen, Ga.. snys: TAR COMPOUND. titmhe. (I 'ft I In.' he- -. J. S.. 4 Ilainoinl V, G 70 neies O.'IO aeres , , , down or dobllltuted person should luiVe useil Foley's Kidney I'ilV with t RECITAL AT M0RELAND Who dare- - me if tl.iu t,.,... , KI( ii 10 awes 14.00 .'1.10 Ic;initlv. J. Hatter. Dink ILI Is reliable family ineil'teiiie. G've just (Iro Vino! a trial." K. Allsbrook. peat satisfaction nnd found more re On the ewuiii of Saturday the dons (iiiestion: "It is noun of mv Ilenerv. J. X.. I.'l acres :i.8S Lair. J. II.. NK. laud VJ0 What Vino! did for Mr.. Allsbrook htisuie-- s 7' ief (rom their use than from uny it to your children, , and li(ke il lliekf. Dave Il&l Seleeletl. 4 75 Lair. J. S.. 20th Union church at Altrre- :i.w K wlW do for every wcaH. or other kulnev medicine, and I've tried yourhelf when you feci cold com-lu- g Hoiii) Tom. 14 acres MtO Luciis. Geo. K.. 1 aeie 4.05 hind there will be n'wvn a recital Governor MrCrenrv MUttatad person in this vicinity. To almost all kinds. I can cheerfully nmtoimeii en. It cheeks and cure" coughs our faith we will furnish tho und colds nod ernnp nnd prevent ' WHllflae froo If It does not do as we reeommend thera to all mifferers for '",.'; ' '' "'V', r "," . 7.00 Almeland. Mrv. Al. W . .T.l acres s!80 h,'r !'P'ls usitihtwl by Mrs. WUioiL""' KI..TJ.,kii.;iO10 acres V n.(T. I", and Otto Alvers. W.,pono in end cot a bottle on kidney mid bladder trouble." Shu- - broucliiti- - nnd pneumonia. Shuirora J'aMeiMiii. I.te 0 u.-'i.,.'i Xo ehart'e will be " rno n VjA and Tanner. ars nnd Tunuer. 6.05 I'ldMncer. Viiueiiz 80 ncrcs.. 11.10 made mid all lire invited to come. v.'u w . .. . f i a Lul4W'3Ilt 4: acres mi ton'. WEEK IN FAIR PROBABLY LAST D. S. CARPENTER PAD. POPULAR YOUNG LADY AUGUST. DIES AT HUSTONVILLE. i. i. p ..,.". . 1 , ' '' 1 ct. suc-i'cat'lli-rej- .... .... is 1 p, n, -2 .... .... U I side-walk- 1 v nio-mit- m-r.- . I ! n. "' le.,if 1 .... 1 -1 . ii 1010-101- er , 1 ,Mi-.- s IL .... .... el. a-- .. 1..-- .0 ,.,.... 1 i. . -- uit ,);. s .... il. 1. 'fc-- 11 ,.,' " -. a.-ie- s Sm-lcto- 1- -2 ln-ni- - .ii-i- - "drnd-hc.idin"'- 1 .... I 1 . I -- 1 Hi-h- .''. ry 1 . J2 c. 1 ht. I hi-li- 1 v. ' 1 Mi-s- . T 11 . bu-in- e- J' 7 ar-nv- -- Su'-ph- ui f 1 e. 0 I . ot-lie- cs Ifal-tou- 1 tl. . 1 1 o pro-pecti- , , I m,, 1. 11 pre-enti- ii; a ' Trp ' ...... ai 'lll'll 1 111 e, a,, vi-it- ed bo. ArUtiTl . . 1 -- a.-rt- . . Tn-iii"- Bi. ei . it- -d - Fi-li- . '""'? L- v;. 1",:-'hv.. . . -- 1 J d 1 it put-ktt- l . "' thi ac-cii-- iil , tl-- it 1 Sl . 1 ut-i-- l sati-facti- 1-- , , s 1 lla-'t'iir- 1 1 11 run-dow- n 11 I!l in-th- KVSil es ,lL vl fcl T i, THE STANFORD Sum Unhcrt.s of tlio r. is nhoiit to irct in tlio Tnft linnilwncon. nftor nil that Established 187a (tin nrim'i1irl iliil (n hitn. If he (loos . we wj j)0 tfVntv snniri."c(l in the Robert HELTON M. SAUFLEY,... Publisher ruin. Almost everv mnn iiin.iiintniolit . r.nuiitl fur Iv tlio wns turned down, nml the IN ADVANCE 1 A YEAR STRICTLY chir-nlnoo nt thu iio coiinler wns nreh Piiemv 'iMcnrcil frr Robert's believe ntered at tbe roatofflce at Htrj- - Senator Hrmllcv. Wc hiinllv renubli-en- ti Hint tho editor of the. best BTd m tcond cluig mall. Kentucky is "oine ne.wsimncr in 'to lick tho lmml tluit Hinolo linn. INTERIOR JOUR NAl STANFORD Kr.N?Urt The liViERioR journal. F.dilor Lcx-inct- I .en tit 1 Tlu rrrmultunn members of the Iwrijshiture. nra iihivintr politics, bv rrrftrititr to Hnnnort tlio countv unit anil nriaon reform bill, until some Uiim; i dona for them nbout tlio Blntc roais-Uiotui? urn tnlkin? stronir to our H..r00 subscribers. WVI1 mnkc ui for it Tuesday, however with u Innrcr unwr. I. .1.. Sheriff MeCiirtv edits most of todnvnnd the tlio Iivo merchants Sick Women Welt. Makes Weak Women ft This " Prescription" removesStrong and women's weaknesses, the eaase ot teals Inflammation nnd ulceration. It tranqmlllxes the nerves, ncoaraits the appetite ana Induces restful sleep. bottle-wrappe- She brushes, duMs and f Cruht, or the household, her hack ach tres ot psin, possibly dizzy fcctinjs. Sometime rest in bed is not refreshing, because the poor tired nerves da The rent need ol weak, nervous women Is atis6ed mmt ptrmit'of refreshing sleep. Vy Dr. Pierce's Favorite Prescription, and as Mrs. UnfAs and others testify t day attending to the many detaili of feet t en hertempleall throbbing, nerves quivering tinder the falj.fc'er Housework ii drudgery (or the weak itomin, Housework Drudgery ! I i ic r 1 M7 HB3.B1UGGS. Dr. Pierce is perfectly willing to let everyone know what his " Favorite Prescription" contains, a complete list of inr. Do not let any druggist gredients on the persuade you that his unknown composition is "just at food" in order that he may make a bigger profit. Miw. llttAzit.1, Unions, of M9 X. Washington St.. Dolpho-- , Ohio, writes: ' Having Liken your Tavorlto Prescription, for a had, caso of Intestinal dfeno and constipation with woman's Ills, for which 1 was almost iinablo to do anything, I think 1 am s.ifo In saylnp that thero nm no remedies In thn world like. Dr. l'lerco's Tavorlto lrpcrIptlon ami I'nrlfylriR Lotion Tablet.--. I nm now enjovina tlio best of liealth. and thank Dr. I'lerce for his wonderful medicines which havo dono mo a world of kooI." l icrce a riensanl rciiets regulate iivcr anu duwcis. LOGAN'S CREEK. Mrs. Joel Cooper nnd koii Chntles linvo been vititinj: Air. nnd Mrs. W. M. Fields for n fow lnyn. Mr. nnd .Mr. W. F. Dislinn delightfully entertained the following with n dinner Sumlny, Mr. nnd Mrs. Thos Dttildcrnr. Mr. nnd Mrs. llolmnn, Mrw l.ofnn Woods ,of I)iuiilk Mr. nnd Mrs. John Lynn and children, Mr, nnd Mrs. V. M. Fields nnd .Mr. and Mrs. John I.nir. Miss Mnry K. Duddernr hns been I eonfined to her homo several ilnys with n bnd rnse of tonsilitis. nnd Susie Misses MnrpiiTile Snmpsnn Imvp been the plensnnt guests of Misses Fields, Wntkins nnd Sampson. Mr. W. M. Fields loft today on n business trip to l.cU'1 Oreen. MisH Kdith Wntkins, delightfully eutertnined with a social Saturday night in honor of Mioses Marguerite jnnd Sue Sninpsou nnd Miss Gladys i unmucrinin. Mrs. flcorge Martin has returned home from (leorcetown where she has spending some time with her invalid mother, Mrs. Coppnge. II. C Wntkins, who hns been spend ing sonto time in Oklahoma with his jistor bus returned home. Miss Kdith Wntkins is the guest of Miss Gladys Clinmberlnin, of I lx-e-- Bowels are Basis of Child Health I I of weather. Warm - Tho cirefut mother, who watches cloudy tuc physical jwcullnrltlcs of her children, will soon Olscoer that tho most Important tlilnir In connection with a child's constant koimI health Is to keep tho bowels regularly open. HIurkIsIi IhiwcIs will ho followed by loss of nppe. tile, restlessness lurlnR sleep. Irrlt.i- Mllty nml a doien nnd ono similar el- donees ofA physlc.il .. .. .... . -- I.. disorder. iiinifiitri hIa !. ill ino lirPl niKH ui ruvii .11. kiu the child teosHonful of Dr. Caldwell's 8vrup IVrwIn nt nlRht on retiring nnd repent tho doso thn following nUlit If neeesiary more than that will scarcely he needed. You will find that tho child will recover lis accustomed Rood spirits at onco and will eat nnd sleep normnlly Thla remedy Is a vnst Improvement over salts, cathartics, laxative wuters and similar things, which are altogether .t- Vrrihdaln, Ky, nro nlnnys supplied with Dr. Cildw ell's Hyrup l'epsln, nnd with them, ns with thousands of othors, there Is no sulistltuto for this srund laxnllvn. It Is really inure (Imn n laxative, for It eontnlns siiiwrlor tonic properties which help to tono und strenKtheii the stomach, llcr nnd honels so that after n lirlef uso of It nil laxatives ran ho dispensed with nnd nntuio will dn Its awn work. Anyono wishing to make n trial of this remedy licforn titiylnt It In the recutnr way of a drtiVKlst st nfty cents or one iloll.ir u Inrito hotlle (fnmlly site) ran hottln sent to tho hno n sample hy simply nil.lreislnchome Dr. frro of charm' V II I'aldncll. 405 Wnshlnitton Ht.. .Montlcelln, 111. Voitr nsnio and address on a poslai curd will do. too powerful for n child. Thn homes of Mrs Citrln McDonald, I03 TrlRir Ave., Memphis, Tenn, nnd Mrs Hnllle i: (lrlf-llt- h, DRY FEET it is hard to With every precautionWARM this keep your feet DRY and kind We sell the BEST of LEATHER, the BEST of RUBBER and no mortal can do more. '"' her sou in Danville. Kuth A. Singleton has been poorly hut is better. The only gentleman of Lincoln county has moved to I'ulaski now and has said ho will lenvo all thu trash behind nnd that is S. Fruit! ha ha! The people nn having a good time leigh riding nround here now. mors. Mr. (inurlev's bnhv i ret'oeritn There is meeting nt tho Dnptist after n ea-- e of pneumonia nnd croup church every second nnd fourth SunMr. Silas Drown has moved from days nnd Sunday night. l'nlmnks, Albin. Dro. Tilford is pnstor for this Nellie Wnrren is poorly at this coming yenr nt tho Dnptist church Mrs. Jones, of Liingston is the guest of her daughter. Mis. W F. writing. Mis-- , N'elli,. Tarler is civinr ' Mrs. Mnrtha Doolin is still visiting Dishon. i" in' EUBANKS There is plenty of ice nnd snow down here. Mrs. Henderson is staying at Geo. Reynold's having her throat treated by Dr. Tom Acton. Miss Xellio Mallard is staying nt Mr. Gourley's. There is plenty of work for the fnr 1116 JD6Slis not good enough for this deep snow and zero weather, but the BEST is what we offer you. In Men's Shoes top at $2.50 to $10 the pair. Men's ALL RUBBER Arctics, the best and first qualities, at $2.50. A cheaper one at $2. The best quality of rubber boot at $4.50; cheaper one at $4. 15-inc- We offer you from 6 to h GREAT -- SEVERANCES JANUARY COTTON & SHEETINGS SALE! w .8 Men's, Ladies' & Child-ren- s' To make this sale doubly interesting we will combine our white goods sale with a January Stock deducing Rubbers in all sizSale. This is your opportunity to make a small amount of cash do some big buying. (Joino and do vour while es and qualities. shopping and pick up a cloak or suit at about half their real value. Cleaning up time is here inventory time want to make this the greatest preinventory sale in history of this storcStrike while the iron is hot soon be hcie. We H. J. McROBERTS ill Ginghams, Calicoes and Cambrics. Suits and Cloaks. StanordKy. VELVET-LAW- N For 9c and 10c aualitv bleach cotton best for all iT our- - OC noses for For Berkley Cambric usually sells C 7 l2c & - . mi 59Q ? yards of Btac and Grey American Pilgrim Calicoes at Furs at FURS half price. Never as pop ular as now Spring 1912 styles yQ at 12 2s now Special prices on bleach sheeting. Buy now 10c cottons For choice 15 this season's stvles suits that brouoht GRASS and CLOVER DRILL tTA Csf .pvF.W NAINSOOKS & LONG C0LTHS $11.50 and $12.50 earlv. now AH $138 For a bolt of 12 yards For choice of twenty five Black, Naw and fancy suits every one an S00 yards ofAmoskeyGingtiams at IQC long cloth. glory cellcnt style brought early $15.00 now Styles were never more staple than they are this season vti'.li 23 inch $1.69 coat and plain skirt, always good. Other line suits at about half price. For bolt 12 yards fine Nainsook old rn 7CZ .p u -- cx- - Something New- - Stop and See It. It pays to drill clover and grass seed 500 yards of Manchester Cambrics light and dark colors 1 2 l-- 2c LACES AND HAMBURGS 1,500 yards of linen To'rschorn, Laces and insertions at cd-g- es 5c Pajama cloth in checks soft finish 35 inches 500 yards small Fcr choice of splendid mixed coats that arc worth $9 to $10 t at 500 IOC yards of baby check J . 4: ! 400 yards of Imitation Torschorn i and insertions at 03c 10c 500 now 500 10c, 15 to 25c at 10c dimities Fur choice of black and fancy coats worth just double. SPECIAL COATS I (,.. .. . $5 $7.50 It pays to cultivate your wheat It pays to reseed old pastures. Tt pays to reseed old meadows. 500 yards t 'of Covenant patterns edges and Insertions at READY MADE SHEETS yards of Plaids and Checks white goods in a 12 I -- 2c grade. Buy I fine plush coat size 36 58 inches long was $35.00 now . fine plain broadcloth coat size 40 cream satin lined price $17.50 was $35 W. H. HIGGINS, Stanford, Ky. All sizes In sheets and pillow cases bought at special prices for this sale 10c in India Linen now Now is a great opportunity to get a handso.r.o coat BED TICKING $19.50 at about half price yards extra value short lennths. 15c nrade t'V ' "For 81X90 Hemstitched Bleach sheets good weight as long as they last at in- - 59c IOC i ' , AH colors RIBBONS FOR BEADING In Nos. I. 2. and 2 fancv wash ribbons a bolt 5 vards NEW HAIR RIBBONS TABLE LINENS & TOWELS In 30 inches, 36 inches and 60 Inches wide, guaranttccd to hold feathers Excellent values In Table Linens at UMBRELLAS 48c 75c, and 98c els at Vhe 9?an It ho knows i for Hair bow ribbons In Moire. Cords and checks at PEARL BUTTONS this sale, 2 dozen for Extra value for TURKISH TOWELS Soecial values in Bleach Turkish Tow Get ready for the spring rains. Chlldrens' school umbrellas EXTRA 39c 98c 5 to 50 SPECIAL . 25c yd 5c 13 & 24C what ails you is your Doctor One hundred ladles or gents' $125 and 1.50 umbrellas FLOOR COVERING Jfft care For loom dice hemsd napkins, the dozen KnoiFc0i5hs,zo r"DS $l 48c t0 $25, Ncw Uncoleums "tt-I im CIBBWI iuciKK?(nu smtu-sriw- , nuu-i- n Mtuis "iiiiitPgn mmmMtjesianihMaHu in diagnosing your ailments leads t IA benefits of Ais treatment. J?o knows your case, he Anows what you need to remedy your condition Ae prescribes the medicines, expecting vacA 0 tAosa will 60 of the best quality, ' Now is the time for your white sewing. We have many pretty things in fancy white goods and embroideries we havn't room to mention here. cacA possessing tAe viituos Ae attributes to tAe particular drug When we put up your prescriptions, satisfaction follows. There are reasons for it: 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 SEVERANCE KENTUCKY. & SON. STANFORD, -:- isun Penny's !Dritp Store, Stanford, Jtontucky, - - '.' ., igwcjatsiMsSSff TMt STAMcnnn SHORT LOCALS. INTFHIC1R IflllPNAL. iic-.l- i 3 niiiiolv And A CHANCE TO MAKE A SI COUNT BAKING POWDER Absolutely Pure The only Baking Powder mado from Royal Crape Cream of Tartar NO ALUM, NO LIME PHC SOCIAL Mini". ROYAL nml Mock ut liiteriiatmiial poultry food. B. T. 101-2- t. I jPMATli PERSONAL Mnivuret Iloekcr is tin t'liest friends' nml rclntivps of Luih-iis'i- t iI.ivh. for ft 0. .1. Hullnrd. ol I'mnkfiirt. is mnUiiu u vihit to Mr. Will Mitnihv f'-- urn! fntnilv. JiiiIl'p V. I. Dawson, the tiotiulnr oniric I on II I). No. I!, is nut nfter Iicii.e confined to his home for it-.f'V8 with tlu Li ii. In ilirpctni! to havn his I. .1.. churn? rl froii' l'untn (Jorila to Arrndni writps that Kin.. I). M. V. frost in Florida on he k.iwt tlio the 151 h. I'mi1 n , th" httlp ri;lit jear old dniif-d- i r u 'r. iind Mr . S. I). Kmls pike, is threaten! l on tin I n. with p'.ti" o in. Mr.s I 1 Cnrneitlrr o d r I cr I. .!.. rhmiL'id from Wdliuinsnort I'n.. to Went I'luluilclnhiu. wliciu Mr. ( unientrr has been transferred liv tlio Pennsylvania railroad. K. ('. Walton wiih in Somerset nnd Winchester this week iirnsneulinif. It. M. Nitwlund wan in Crab Orch-ur- d ThutHil.iv wurkimr iiiHiirunuu. A. C. Sum was nl Iaoiih. Larue Ibis week on count v. several .Muccithro business. t Miss Liii-- Sinuison has boon miitn .ill for tevci nl duvs. She in at Mr. iHehMu Mill din's mid is h.'ine tenilur- Iv nursed bv hur met p. Mrs. Ile.srtiu lius jmtnn Journal Tim Interior Rev. I). M. Vnlker will ureneli verv liruvv olilifatioii to meet withnt .MrCuriimek's church SiiihIiiv in Hit next twn wct'x. Il will nut niorniiiir nl 10 '!), Ihn nlh'lilost trouble in iloitnr no if every HuMM.ri?!r ont its Tlicru will lit! I'niiiii scrvires nl whose pulisrritttioii has pvitiii'il will Then' lire I ho Christian rlmrcli Sunilnv nitrht. send in n dollar nt mr ciiMiiL'li f nlixcritiliotii nwintr to Keen U'. V. I.. Hiucc will Dti'iii'h. no "out of thi' hole." nml lliero is iiiion-cinti- ' Service nt the Prrilivlcrinn rhurrh itriirhtv littln wi wouldtlinn this Sntnluv moriiiiit! nt II A.M. Suliiei't niori' riirht ut Hint tiino nt to have once. It dollar von M'nil in r. "Thou Slmlt have no ntliir GU von lire one of llu'tn won't yon favor mi'." tin tins limp. Iv doini' mi ri"'it now ! lN'V. I). M. Walker will nnnch nt Kcnrlv nil the creeks in the coimtv TnrmM-HvillSuuiluv Jntiiiurv 111. itt lire mint foriliuir on nceouiit of the 2:30 V. M. incltniL' of the, hiiow. Wednesdav iiicht inn! Thursdnv, After u hard htoru-roocorHrirk for rent on Tliursdaviiit.'ht. it turned colder rain ner of Main nnd IinciiNtcr Htrcets, (lirain nnd a Ii'l'IiI nnnv fell. I'osseHsion oppoHito court bonne, There Is a great difference in life .Inminry 1, l'Jl'J. J. 8. Mocker 98-l- f I'onco hi Hum dry resnnened coal from licnhatn's yards. All our bins nro covered. Kex mid Hhic firm loe per bushel, delivered. Other ronls fm SilfM fwork and ov AW- Iff TiAit jMomoney ;&- - i i v w. vn - J les . tit. he-fo- For Hcnt. Five room cottnc with wnter works mid j;oud cistern; terms rcnsonnblu. Apply to K. Wilkinson. We nre prepnred to instiill hot water nml hot nir hentini:, plmubinc; 81-t- f. vhc, Conn Itros., LimeaMtcr, ' i i vr dit itobinsou. .Mrs. .1. firt SUmnImI Cleanses the System effectually; Dispels colds and Headaches; due to constipation. Best for men. women and children : younq and old. To get its Beneficial Warren. Alfred J'rnec lift rridav murium; for mi citended tour of the mi i Mild west, lie ii'aiis to be cone a enr. micikIiiii' iiiueb of his litnu in Texas. Anronn. Cnliforuin. On on mid vaslunt't n. Ids ii'imv lrip"'!s hour be will h.ive a most de-- I i tf I f' tnii. niid reiurn liu-'M s Alum H. Mellolierls wid entertain at her hnine tnniiriit with a 'Inii.v I'lirtv". wbieli n- -i 'iiii bo one of the most attractive, and dillL'htfiil Mjcinl eveiitn ot the m.i-- i, to KnoxviUe .after n nro' visit to her mullier Mrs. Charlottu ('. Osborne rii'un.cil toduv only the W. S. Fish represents Insurance policies. Mutual Benefit best and stronpest insurance Let him keep you protected. superior. I can show 1 will fivn a free lecture nt the 'Policies are Christian church next Sunday morn-in- you. Why not buy the best? R. M. I nm ngent for the International Subject. "The Ilattle of tho Ncwland Agent. pnoline ftipinp and feed cutterH. Jos. Gods". Everybody welcome. Best on the mnrkct. J. - Heazley, Hallon. Mr. M. S. Ituughmmi has at his home some honey that is over sevNOTICE! There will be n delichtful enty yearn old. It was taken a numtlio ChriMinn at hitrch on I will not be responsible for any Fridav eveiiini'. Janmitv. l!(i. at 7 o'- ber of j ears licforc his brother Mr. debts eontracwd b my wife, Edna . u. imugmmin, was noni. clock. It is free to all. Tli chilinc. dren nnd vountr nentdc who take, .honey has been kept for the most Mason Martin. Alex Martin. 'i n th's entc'liiifinent aro in of the time in u Mumhi fruit jar and sncfial trniuiii'.' under li .In"' ji'idt Mrs. rinlliiis. The choirs f the still retains its taste to n considihurelips aro to furnish erable extent, although it leaves a d'PlVrcMt hiieeial music. A InrL'e aiidicnei' l taste slightly bitter. It is almost I i xpeetcd to be liievent, blnck. Mr. Iaiif;hinau values tho Interior Joiirual mid dailv Courier ikeepesake very ludilj, as it was a I' rr l one venr l (ff(T cooil iirifl from his ii other, who lonir siueu wept the wnv of nil rood. onlv this month and next ! com-oanlentcr-tnimncnt I i m nixiiirt jThis -- Mir-- - ncsw&iiez& have happened if I had saved workless. do it. Sickness-oth- er causes-m- ay to-da- y, YOU never know when you may be Money in the bank makes you sr- - We Have A FullrsrLine Of -- independent. It gives you tine to look around and you can choose a better job It is a terrible thing to be out of work food to uy and rent to pay. Start saving BEFORE IT IS TOO LATE. Even a dollar will commence an account at this bank. I' H4& I'hirf of l'olup, V. IjCiiu Wioi1-- i BED ROOM SUITS. ODG CARPETS. MATTINGS. RUGS. OIL CLOTHS. WALL PAPER. BUILDING PAPER. mid Sam N'jcIioIh, f l)miitie, w u here n hhoit tino .Sunday e:i rout' to C'orii ii aftir a ii.iiu wb is v..i t id in Danville for f.nery. Mih Woods drove over with tlrm a d r ade a jileahaut vis.it to relatives nDn Rlf '"O CHAIRS. nmjFPTIDN CHAIRS. HAIL r.HRS. r.HlinRFNS CHAIRS. st;nds niHINfi TABLFS. PRFSSF.RS. is the best and quickest way to perfect health. Women and girls who suffer are simply weak LINOLEUMS. here. Ow-lc- sidf. nnARos. nilFFFT5. rHIFFONIERS. MATTRESSES. effects, always note the name of the Company, postal from Mr. mid Mrs. John y Held, who left hero for Morula n week npo, bears tho information that they are. cu route to Cuba, where they will hoiid moiiic A CflRPFT PAPER. LACE CURTAINS WINDOW SHADES. MIRRORS. BED SPRINGS. weak all over. Opiates and alcoholic mixtures are worse than worthless, they aggrahealth. STATE BANK & TRUST CO., I vate the trouble and lower the standard of time. Mr. Heid is reprri-cutirit- f tho r- (aliforiiia Fig Syrup (o. plainly printed on the front of every packaqe of the Qenu'me lluirk Automobile Co., nnd was ordered there to look after thn of th.it b'-- : L'ouccrn. When thij lift here Mr. Ken! and wife expected 'to htny in Florida nil tho winter at least, but were rather njrrecably when they were ordered to an even more delightful olimnte. We make low prices on all goods and guarantee the goods to be what we say Scott's Emulsion strengthens the whole they are body, invigorates and . Stanford, Ky. Undivided Profits $4:099.94 Capital $50,000 Deposits $74,591.13. M. B. Salin, Cashier. W. L. McCarty, Prcs. Catarrh Cannot Be Cured a they cannot rear LOCAL ArrLiCVTIONB. Catarrb t a bkxxj or tortt-tutjon- il th Mat of th tlu-bt- r. rtt?r it ami li onicr to ture rt joy mut Uks tntfnua rrrru-Ui- i Halls CaUrrh Cnr ki takrn arJ Bfi dlrrty upon the bHitl atid nurrwn furtjrrw Usl i ( aurrh Cnrw H not n ruirk. rrdi-cm- e. by one il I hi ti f it utiam It wx In thH pouDtry for year and is a rxuur cnnripttnn. It rt rompil of the N-- u tonirs dnrrwn. cfmitilrmi with the it blood twrtflers. aeti'ic rtirrrtly on ttw mueoirt mirfares. The ierfert rombinatttpf ot the liffreritento 1a hat pnxlure wnh onc1eiful In curlntc catarrh, rxrd tor utlrwiaili. trte. F. J. CIIEN'EY A CO . i'mps.. Toleito. O. SaM hr Ivnuxtatii. prire Take lli.1 Famur i'uw tvr eonattnatton. Hh i W. A. TRIBBLE, Stanford Ky. builds up. Be lure to get SCOTTS it' tlie Standard and always tho bed Tell roe the nrtieje you will buy soon, 1 win have 'Illustrated cata- logue? and fnctoryipriees-Bcnti'you- . prrrritl S'lr-Ipne- id AU to DRUGGISTS 1 7. John B. TIiL'tMim. grocery. Danville avenue Stanford, Ivy. Sales infor- mation repoiter for 31, S. I. A. large Mail order hpu&cs and factories. clients. Mid-Wint- er MZtixueaBxmiexs&xBitm&vimirwTf'z Men's Clothing .!' iiinl Suit- $1." uii.l $10 it nl jlfi SA CRIFICE. wmrsaxxzxajirizzszjzz HATS Hat-- , i I SALE. Clearance i SACRIFICE. MUM cc. ' jait, s5caBf .12.98 . to . Sml'. k ll,w at 9.98 Suits K" I'm ut 7 l'i Suits c linve a lot of for .Men and Hoys, sizes hroLon, that solil tot r, .rS ami $10. Wc will clti-I lain out nt $3.18 Hojs Knw StiitH, nil wool, in Knick- crbookor I'utits $7.98 Suits ut $6.98 10 Suits ut $5.48 fS..riO nmi $7.50 Suits nt $398 iU SuitH nt ' $3.4f .f. Suits nt J SuitH nt $2.84 $2.28 .'i..r0 Suits nt i." in All Wool Fabrics Sml-i. it to 14.93 . ALL KINDS John D. Stetson OF iw I! fls .l 00 10 i t It itt ... .. Mat-- , now $3.98 S2.98 $2.81 All-Wo- ul Olhrr standard n:akrs in Stiff Hals now . A3 lints now fl!..riO IIiiIh now f2 Hats now fLfiO Hats now $1 lints now f: hit ")0 I . Felt, and . .... .... $2.48 $2.24 $1.88 $1.33 IT HAS NOW COME TO THE POINT WHERE WE MUST PUT , N TO ABSOLUTELY NOTHING IN ORDER THAT THE PRICES WE SELL THE GOODS TO MAKE ROOM FOR OUR SPRING STOCK. WHICH IS COMING IN NPW. ONCE MORE YOU WILL HAVE A GRASP AT SOMETHING YOU RARELY EVER SEE AT THIS TIME OF YEAR. THESE PRICES ARE GOOD ON ALL WE HAVE IN THE HOUSE. CONSISTING OF CLOTH ING. SHOES. HATS. CAPS. COATS AND ODD PANTS AND ALL LADI ES' AND GENTS' FURNISHING GOODS. NEW STOCK. We are badlv overstocked and cannot oossiblv carrv these ooods over, as our room Is small and sorlna Bonds on hands. Sb w have slauoh-ter- ed the nrlce on evervthino. Shoes of all kinds and all iQ.00 shoes now 5.00 shoes now 1.50 shoes now 1.00 shoes now 3.50 shoes now 2J31 3.00 shoes now 1.98 J.50 shoes now 1.48 2.00 phocs now 1. 10 1.50 shoe now CORDUROY COATS. $2.48. $3.68. $3.93 and $4.98 . i'TaaKTtiaEicsaBJBsuw hyjeuuari'iTrvzcry fl cncDCMncnc leathers. $4.39 39c 50r at 3.78 !9C 25e miMtpniler at 3.48 ..Mc lTii' at $3 2D . ftSu 10 sus'iu'iiilvrs at 258 s , i 98c 79c Comferts Readv Made. $129 .2.00 Comforts nt 1.19 .o0 omforU nt S4c 1.25 Comforts at Blankets. Cotton and Wool. 39c. 79. 98. $1.19. 1.98. 2.48. and 3.68 Coat Sweaters. Ladies and men's nil Won! S3.60 eoal sweaters nt 3.00 ront swentors nt 2.50 oont Mvratrrs nt 2.00 coat swenttrt nt 150 oont swoatcrs at 1.00 ront sweaters nt 50c coat swenters nt 25 o coat sweaters nt Gentle- Shirts of all Kinds. Dress. Flanofl and Work Shirts $2.50 fihirts nl . . . , , 1 $1.98 1.48 2.00 shirts nt 1.50 shir.3 at 1.93 1.00 shirts nt 83e 1 7Gc 50c hhirts nt $7.60 ruses now fi.00 eases, now 5.00 eases now $2.00 oases 1.C0 shirts at 39c $4.93 fine THIS SALE COMMENCES Suit Cases. All Leather.. ,, V Iihvh homo Hoyn' SuitH, mzch $1.19 tirokcn nnd small nt ALL WOOL "ODD" PANTS Men's ami Young Men's of the Finest Make $4.98 $7 I'nntH ut $4.40 $(. I'unts nt $3.98 $.r IWs nt $2.78 $4 1'nr.ts nt $2.43 "ant i .it $1.79 $3 I'lwits ir Ito.vs' 0.1.1 1'nntrt All Wool nt 19c, 39e, 79c nml $1.19. Men's Mid Yoiinjj JJun's Corduroy $1.19, $1.29, $1.48, $1.68 l'nnis $1.98, $2.48 ami 2.9G. of the hest makp at rost. We have them In Rubber Boots. Felt Boots. Gum Arties. Cloth Lao Arctios. and Sandals. GUM COATS Tho btorm cunt ?U mi o RUBBERS ,4j8t 3.78 1.48 1.19 SATURDAY Straw and Fiber Cases. uriro. .S4.48 '."0 HlikKer- - nl Mens' & :i.00 uliUrr- - at .V0 UlUr SLIKKERS FISH BRAND.,,,. t, ... S2.G8 2 39 1.98 13, 9 0'ULOCK AND WILL BE THE LARGEST ING EVER HELD IN THIS COUNTRY. AND MOST SACRIFICWc feel it our dutv Inform the nennle of our slauohtcr. Hera arn the nrice and vou can come and net what vou want, as vou now have before vou the hardest oart of the vear and winter has lust commenced. Remember the date SATURDAY. JANUARY 13. 1912. at 9 o'clock and lastiun onlv 20 davs. W will close out the entire Fall and Winter slock rcoardlcss of urlce. As we have the orlces before vour eves, come now and see the noods and vou will buv. no such orlces were $2.45 2.13 I.B3 eases nt 1.00 cabes nt at 78c 1.29 9Gc 78c In Silk and Wash Silk $2.00 and $2.50 henris nt . . . . 1.00 scarfs nt 50 nml 75o nt " Ladies' Scarfs and Phoenix Mufflers . l.98 G8c 39c " fiO ii f $.'.. E Q fIS ni! -- '' r 1 ii . 1H. 1 iiUVO .1 lllL' htOI'U. Younn Mens' Overcoats. ." 00 oats .SI3.98 9 98 owu'.mts l". at ' .110 r. vt "i .1 A Qa n nn i r. Uovs' Overcoats OS. J J0. 'J.7S. and 2 01. Wc nl -- o,r. Underwear. Men's and Ladles Woolen $1.25 eannent 79c 50o enmrvt . ut 25o unrnients nt LEGGINS OF ALL KINDS. 39c. 79c. SI. 49 and SI. 48 Gloves in Work and Dress $2 00 nt . 78 Cotton Underwear 39c 19c $1.j0 e!us flovi-- 1 CAPS OF ALL KIHUS 19c. 39c. and 79c. NECKWEAR COc tii's now , J5o tit's now 50o liosi.M v nt 25 nnd 35 cent lioso nt 15o hosu nt lOo ho3o nt 05o hoso nt HOSIERY. 39c Oflc lie 19c 25i 60f cloves nt sloven AMERICAN 1.00 rloves at at $11 1.19 73c 30c 19c ut 04c and 12 nnd SIMPSON CALI- -, C0ES AT 4c and 4 I -- 2c ' I GINGHAMS, FLANNELS. 25 nntl nr.c nt l9o luc QUALITY at 8 I 2c -- .39c 19c jjorwwfcMjt'U'fiiu. PLENTY OF j1, 'pwr r;n, kf"imr. AND ON ever nut before vour eves. FLANNELETTES. 10 QUALITY. JZZ!lSSZZ22ZlX3Ctl J.w . j.V AT Cc. rxiTsssm-ruzi- . i mmamm PLACE. REMEMBER wwnniTy l7,a I OUTING FLANNELS. 10 nml 12 l.?n QUALITY, NOW 3c PER YARD. SALESMEN REMEMBER THE DATE REMEMBER THE SALESLADIES TO WAIT CUSTOMERS. ONLY COME EARLY TWENTY AND AND GET DAYS THE GOODS THINK. WATCH And THE PICK OF WAIT. "Wv SAM ROBINSON, i M uiA iH&tf"'- NEXT DOOR TO LINCOLN COUNTY NATIONAL BANK. P"" ' .m-vtwa.t- r "i,jf".a IH tfi .i pMifntffifi'Wf-yn- u i r- mi in . . .. J Hl7Tl s ,lv l- rrr' f 0 o v. m fHE STANFORD INTERIOR JOUR NAL STANFORD, KENTUCKY o5i7iioW& THE FARMERS ? tfeVflt.: -t t,.:.t"il.,l'.-lVL8L.,.n-,.Mfcfc- l Inventory Sale torv and in order to reduce our stock as much as possible before that date, we offer our stock of ti o o o 0 0 & 8 On Feb. 1 we will take our annual inven- - Kill bales of mixed liny for wile. Mit. I'. II. Unmet I, "Keen warm." Imiv a t'lirriiit,'!' Iirnt ir mill n hip rulio C J. C. MiClniy. I'or Salo. 800 bushels of hIicIU id mill, 1100 bushels orchard ;ru seed, TiOO bales timotliy liny, f fancy I'lillt'il Diiilmm weanliiiK bull euhc.s A. V. A No. 1. Dm oi Jersey boar. !)S-tCarpenter, Morehind. Ky. FARM FOR SALE inilos In Uorkeiistlc count j !l fniiii Mt. eriion nu eonnty row! niu! nenr railrowl. Call on or address J. V. I.KWIH, Miirellmrjr, Ky. For Stilt'. 10 kouiI oillitf ewes all wilt In i tilt by IInmpdiire liuek. V. .1. Campbell Huston wile. Ivy. Wanted.- - Rome c,rass for about f. 'im&. MKSaS5&1 3 A Warm Bathroom I Every mother should be careful a CO FALL & WINTER GOODS r MC0S1 s, a a m Kinlirv, Jr. For Sale. 50 ncrrs of timber am! on Ottenhciin pike Frank Coleidieep. S. J. a. - K a Over-coatConsisting of Men's, Boys' and Youth's Clothing, Underwear, Hats, Heavy Shoes of all kinds. ' If you are in need of anything in our line it will pay you to come and look over our stock as we certainly can SAVE YOU MONEY and give you firstclass merchandise. - t. man, Koute, 1 Slanfonl, .; S. I). IIwK took l."i ewes from iS Tliurlow Junes Ibis week, which lit' M will leei! to the of July at Ins i' farm on the Lancaster pike. He will let half the liiuibs and half the wool m for the feeil mill en re. !)S-8- that the children take their baths in a warm room. The chill of a cold room is dangerous after coming out of the hot water. v lirt I 0 a V. i -- . ft 1 we Remember when we say COSTtake time mean it. So NOW is your sale. to advantage of this Thanking you for your past patronage and wishing a continuance of the same We remain yours. IS FARM FOR SALE OR RENT! Located nenr itoucii. two miles south of .liuutioti Citv. am! honlrr- injr mi the tailroail, am! owned by Anna II. Sweenev. Contains boii'-nml sooil pirden, well feneeil: nhout widis '0 aeies of timothy e,rnss, the mads units; fine place for poul-trlieep and calves; about l." n're toi eultiMition; plenty of wood For nle at $1,I"0, for rent at if 112. a year, wlueli is eheap. .ee Sam Swecnev at llowen. Iw. or wrile ithe owner at ltlooiniin:toii. li tf III., 7 lh F..is Freiuoiit street. y. ij I 1 ? A Petledion Smokclcis Oil I Idler brings bathroom or bedroom to just the dertee of watmlli ou want in five oi ten ute. All vou have to do it to touch a malcli 1 he Pci (cc lion I leater bumi nine houn on one tiling and it alwavs ready for ute. You can move it anywhere il it needed. there n no watte ol luel and heat warming unoccupied room. Jutt the heal you want, when and where you want it. 1 he l'eifction it filled with an aulomau'c-lockin- g flame ipreader that prevenli the wick being turned high enough to unoke and ia eaty to remove and drop back when cleaning. Druroi AmiKrtJ ntHf in turquoii.llu rtumel of (Jain ttet I Cgtit aaj nrcUl, jrl itropg tnU duuNetmulile luf toy rooa u ftojr Ikxi. t IV..L... .....ul ...- - f .1 . Standard Oil Company 'rtT..-v--' tutor portt4) Vi?1" 'hy. 7TZ IT WONT BE A PUBLIC SALE I will, at tn v f.irm one nml a ipuir- ter miloH frntti .Stanford, near (he Siimrf-o- l pike, on TluirsrJay. Feb. I, 1912, (iiniiiK'iicinv promptly lit ! o'fliicli, -- I'll the nml tollounu real R! HAPPY I NEW YEAR piTsiiunl property I i mmins & Wearen 1 My Blue Grass Farm ares. The place conliuns nito y fnttro house, nieily eultle ham villi silo, enhs Vrannry with Ins ei'Hnr tinder latter, and all outlitiildins; never failint; .spn'ni;s, now eonerete hprinshoiisp. Alioiit 70 aeres under eultivation, re. f the loved ones are not protected from the cold and kept comfortable and warm during the next few wintry months. of 1JI3 Uwi-.stoi- The best way to do this is to burn BAUGHWAN'S COAL In your stoves and grates. Phone us to send you a load now. J. H. BAIKHNAI & liiiiinder in crass. I $C Stanford. Ky. oi IOOI l.-t--A The Heme ot Hart, Schaffner & Marx Clothing. ooi :000C.-.- IOOI &$ o 0 OOOOOOO fiSD33fiSsSS'S c .'1 o 0 KEEP WARM c. o o -- Nice Line of Blankets from e $1.50 to $7.50 per pair Comforts from o o $1.50 to $2. 2 0 Hughes, Martin & Co. Stanford, Ky. o wo Ovjovio ft a ia oaln'rlo JCJfti?JIft II : a !" Ladies' Coats We have a few Ladies' Coats which we are closing out at Z BARGAIN PRICES W7 n Jtt W.. Jl.Tireriunsf k, - CRAB ORCHARD, Kentucky. Tonus of teal estate will he made knmwi n day of stile. I will sell at the same time the followinvr personal property: 10 B milk fiiMs some of them extra tjood milkers, J heifers, ;10 head of unoil entile eonsUtin;; of II veiivlins, and Hi n team of fi- tu n.v en vear-ol- d horse mules, e.tra "ood I Linkers; 'A hronil mates; I'plitin;;, works anvwheie; one line U- - I ear-ulpony; one weuuliii!. horse q :teMW IIOOBOOIOOBOOIOOIOO nit; (i Irrood Miur. ,tuo with pi-- s ut hide; -- I shunts, one ooil Ited llerk- The quicker n cold is gotten riil shire hoar, ti fann wnons, 1 tup FALL AND WINTER STYLES. $ liiickhoard, top Immv . of the s the danger from pneu- vntrun, 0 M ni'W lull nml wuiU'r .uinpli--r monia nml nllar utioiii Iit'iise'. VitijiMi hatni'ss and plow year and Inmi'v harniss. two tuiiiiin.' nlowi.. ute now rfc.iUj for )dui Iiii'U!ih, Mr. IS. W. L. Hull, of Wavolry, Vu.f one luniler, I mower, one mnmue ' lie) imuprue the bust ou the market .ays: "I firmly beliuvu Chamher-Iii1- n hprt'iiilir, disc liniiirt, smoothing har-inv0 can uii .au.wwe uh tii price uo hint nml till kinds of fartnii' tools, CoiikIi Iti'ineily to lie absoluteA "ii ti "lUer 15 lilx tli'ltfr iiimiI, nml nhout "." hnrrt'ls of irn. Will it- pri'fcililt ly thi' ht"t preparation on thu marnum. to vtiiit 0 to ready made clothes To have then ket for coliU. I have recommended also sell four shales of htoek III the Stunloril ('reamerv. (loen t rift dll '.5 maile ll lllHiiHIll qinll'J it to my friends mid they nil agree Sale All Terms of 1'uis.niinlt.v lump tl.nn rfHilv in.nl" 0 una fli l cniirldtTetJ Conin lo n with inc." For bale by all deulers. Minis over 10 will he ou a eredit of lei me take vim. i. mouths hecuri'd by haul. able notes with si jier eent interest: all sums 0 H C. RUPLEV Th Prrtl.-- ' Till'- of $10 ami under cush m hand. Col. J. J'. Chandler, Auet. live men limits nre Tenrerteiiti'tl FRED VON ALLMEN. 0 in All I. J.'i nilvertiHini' column. It the & them to trtulu with When your feet ate wei nml eohl and your body chilled tlirnnplr mid rC?EBBBHaTB!aalBB?BWBBl through fiotn evpositre. take n bi dose ut ChiimberliiinV Coui: It Kctuc-dbathe jour feet in hot water be1912-Resolv- ed !' fore tioine; to bed, and yon nre ulinnut ov certain to ward off it xcveru cold. I For bale by nil dealers. " O B THAT WE WILL ENDEAVMARKSBURY.. 5 OR DURING THE YEAR Hv. Maliini filled his regular poiiiliiient at Mt. Tabor Satuiduy and us before ion belt, Ret price 1912 AS WE HAVE SINCE Sunday. Tom Chestnut mid Georpo IlHior THE ORGANIZATION OF in countrv or delivered. went to Ciiicinnnti Sattinhiy to t'n-Mi- lt THIS BANK TO DEVOTE imtre definitelv with the com- pnny in tv.'ard to tho new territories SKILL AND OUR TIME. ork nf signed them and will bepin riht awny. CAPITAL TO PROMOTING The remains, of Mr. Thornton Kem-lie- r, THE WELFARE OF THE hou of the late Madison KemPHONE 153. per, who died a few days ne;i in BANK AND ITS CUSTOKimsiu Cjly, .Mo., will be sent here MERS. for litiiinMn the York i;n'eterv when, his I'lircills wete b'llied. ' K'la Muttielle. of Hustonvillu Mi who uiix lit jritfHt of Mi .MiiY'., Cliesttuit IiiiK retuini'd. AND UNDERTAKERS Mr. Smith Thompson d'ed last ALp DEALweek uflci tt liiiffcrinir illness nt his Ufftnsed was home tiMir.Liini'UKtn', ER IM FURNITURE, MAT' about iV ynnr old nnil leaves a wife TINGS, RUOSv THEY WILl, and seventl children. ' Tho mercury repistercd tiO ileKrecs FURNITURE .ECHANaE helovr roro hero early Tuesday morn-in- x line? next lo I oijil llnll'-FOR ALL KINDS OF STOCK. muljiiit; thu e.oldent wenthir hinee Stanford Kentucky 18!)0. .il-i- o 0 (0, stMfk d Cash for Account and Notes le-i- 1 1 . pliuc tlielii utll ciimI.v and ilirnt when We make r ilci t for ciillectliiu. and look mt I claims au.vwbcre in the I'niti il M.itex ami nmi'la and make no charge unless u cli ct. Hank refi renee Correspondence invited MAY'S COLLECTION AGENCY. Somerset. Kentucky h-- 0 We Pay Don't Fail To attend the BIG Star Sale ll.at is oh at L. L. Sanders. Great Bargains For Everybody. China, Enamel Ware, Notions, Underwear and Clothing. Prices are lower than the lowest. Grub Orchiirrf, L. L SANDERS IvriitiicUv . If You Have Money o ius a Highest Market I Prices For I All kinds ot ProI y, duce, Hides and Furs. -- H. B. Northcott. T. K. Tudor. Mgr. WE WANT IT r LINCOLN BANK J.L.Beazley &Go If You Need Money WE HAVE IT Your Business will be well cared for and we solicit Your Patronage. i &4 VI COUNTY NATIONAL e First , National Bank aM I. GIVE THEM A CALL. FRICE HiiMiaJi'iMatiM; of tin church to. r h..,. s Stanford, Kentucky. u .. wtOMT. ISJblO $!. .ll 52-vjO- I., F aajAi. ,A j b l LlMHsHsBsflskk. At 4 XksB