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The Stanford interior journal: January 23, 1912 The Stanford interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images Shelton Saufley Stanford, KY 1912 int1912012301_sn85052022 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. The Stanford interior journal: January 23, 1912 The Stanford interior journal Shelton Saufley Stanford, KY 1912 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. . Tjr r T anr-- - r - .. rw -- fhF - T ' ?"41lftf'H The Stanford Interior Journal. VOL XXXIX NO 7. COUNTY UNIT BILL. STANFORD, TACKEY LINCOLN PARTY. i i COUNTY, KENTUCKY, TTHSDAY, JANt'AUY 2.1, 1912. EVERY LINCOLN A TUESDAY AND FRIDAY AUGUST 21, 22 AND 23 l LANCASTER. lt. 1'. Hudson xold u n.......,,..,.,.! rse to lagan mm Robinson of Richmond for .200. i .Joe 1.. Frances was called to Hot- f!ud I!... t...,-l- liv liiij littli. tii.n.n , ....3 ...... ...vv. i.-.o.ift. ',.;,., Kriliref ,nU,htor of jr. ami jrM Acx i.'rHiiccs. The little girl 'anil her mother visited relatives here in the fall nml alio impressed many q '"& ll wonueriiiuy precious I DAVID S. CARPENTER Esteemed and Beloved Citizen West End Is No. More. PAUPER Exceeded i WHISKY FIGHT BEGINS TO WARM i. n r. rin uih, ln nlTpn I .. ing the House llenrv Simpson has accepted a po . . agent with the three Metropolitan Company. The towns cumprisim; his territory are Lancaster Stanfoid ami Hiistonville. Dr. I.. II. 1'eiiiTP has returned to resume his pastorate at the Methodist church his wife baxiug Miffi- cie'1 i!y lecoteicd from her recent ill- ncss to go to I'lmidn for rcciipora- lion. She waMiccompanied south by h.T diuighters Misses Lillian and AI- leiio I'caico. Miu'iiniiig trial of Thomas Tl Ralston for the si ting of (leorge "'l"iei, I'inley at l'aint Lick two weeks mm they hne the unbounded smp.itbv from which I'inley died, took place of a large circle of friends. As a Ralston was held 'rait of the marriage of Mr. and lieio Satiirdav. .'KiUO to await the Mi. Cat penter one child was born under a bond of ago but its little light action of tho giand jury at Ihe iisiiiy .wars went out when it was only two years court. .Match term ot circuit old. Mr. Carpenter was n devout rums. The leap war pa.ly giwn by II member of the Christian eluireh, a young society belles of this kind, of the ' obliging gentleman, n good ' city was an enjoab'e affair and a DRIPPING SPRINGS tie. and mi Inmost man. His life success jn every way. Miss llcttic v.a j In iho "indoor track meet." the an open book to the '(inimuiifty ' 't has bccii tunc since Iho I. Juniors were tictormiis, llnry Rein- - Wuikoi lliltlisiile. ricsidclit. and R. in i.lmh be lived and he bod the ies-peWare MeUoborts led in tho .rand J., tenders hate hcatd iiii thing from hait wimimg (lie -- u put, i nomas .,f all ages nml cl.is.es. May tile n mit. Theio is nobody tiee-lia- c Coleman the tliuly inch dash and maich, which was followed by fig- - bis test he sweet ami bis rewind ot it has in awful cold. Spalding Hill Sophomore, the bam- - Loud-- !: Undue and other prctt j. I eat. Mii i.'..il, inlerniissiiiu tno . . ,iiiiii ..... s: . it ,, ....... ..ii . - ... ....ill-- ....in.. in. I .i ,1. The funeral seiicc were bold at in llll.l.. In .ihi- lolav eating com o..uple Alter thelo the bold kommr- repaired mI successfully cunt of illness. Id, friends 'tp,t llairv Kcinlmlt the late home at 10 o'clock Saturday bind wbeie t ileli'.'littiil herc arc wr tiiioasuibout him. leni.taiiicd the niimiiiL' Ip.hii and was morning, bis p.isior Eld. W. S. Willis, Inucheoii was mywiI oy .Mis. i,, ,mi- - officiating Moo. SIicIIoii'm tobacco barn and a awaided i Imbv loving cup. and the burial followed lot ol tobacco burned a few nigbt Dclthtiul re fresh men Is wele iie.vl 'ner. ill the pietlv 111 t It celiiclel, on the Tho young people weic under the, mjo. Ho ha dit Iscrwd and after a few boms friend- sine ol I lie mil whole so many ol BIG C0NGREGAT0N lieoi'jo L. Adams'.m.I Mi. les,ic!N envoi sati.ui mid meiiimeiit the plmpproimgp of Hon. John M. F.iira the good people of that section are M'- - l'"r.i. Mr. and .Mrs. John j "gooduight" '""I 'sleeping Iho sleep that has no waking HEARS REV. BALLOU Ramsey, weic m:ii(ied during .Ninas. 'JncsU bid then hosi.-s-,,..,.. ,. ..,.., 1. ....... Stornips. .Mr. and .Mrs. .lohu M. t .,.t i;. Timnm,. 'i'..L....i..,- - .in., ..us-- , .in- - mmi i i('(.... I in.. ,1. ." ii.nn. iiiiii; li. in I. i... .. Fioueis bioiight b luting fri'i'iuis lll'llil I i.i Mount and .Mr. ami Mis. Carlton Li oovoied tho uiotiud Members Of Christian Church Make ""' H,",s weic m.irned at the homo mid ("heir leap .Mar escorts were: that mark tu. nt the bride s parents Aniiis da. llommel and Mr. iu. Miss Martha 'spot wlicip the splendid gentleman Appreciated Presents To Be.1. T. WclU lo- -t a fine milk cow ilrw1v Lowislon. Ie or. Miss .Mrs. Eugenia Duiihip I'olt I i"s, tth.(ii iii some c.Meiu Hie es- loved Minister. which got m an old bouse wboie Knl.. Kniii'v oml Me. William Mcdr lilen.ls he.o at her homo learned with M, 1omi ih A rt'ingrcgatmu whioh tested the 1'iiris given had been laid. It had tv. Kli..betb Ili.'eiiis and Harris Cob- - deep regiot of her Veceiit painful lie the dealest and best of all places. t'lipacily of the largo aiubtornim of been knocked down on the floor nml l.oington. of man. Snllie M. Craig and John M. cident in the eit the Stanford Chtisti.itt church as. sin- ntc enough ot the staff to kill W;((ecs, Marv '.. .McKiimey and While ictuniing from a meeting of Fort Thomas, Ky., near Coving--- t sembbd Suada.v morning to hear her. ThimiMs Coleman. Marion Crimes ami the !'. D. '. she slipped on the icy iMi is bemuigcd as a naval Rev. Joseph Halloa pleach, upon the Miss Knlu Wells, who taught our James Cooper, Kffie Ilaiighman and pavement near tho Court House and station. 7li anniversary of las birthday. It her loll hip hone. Mie school hero Ims lcturi.'cd to her Hurry Reinbart, Voina Rout and Joe frnottiM-l.CnO.OOl) pounds moic of the 1!)0!) v- - n splendid audience, from all boine 'llill. Sitllif I'.itrdetto and Sddiug was taken at once to St. Joseph's Hurley pool were sold at Lexington at Hutehlllsoa. Nebraska. sxrvTegatious, gntheled to' pay trioompauied by her sister. 1'iuinie. Kv- - Hill, Mary K. Dudderar and William hospital whole the best ot medical Tuesday. " bute to thi' beloved man of Clod who ervbodv was well pleased with her (irimes. tirniiiii.Mil limini. .nui, .. ..... T ji,ititll(H'.iJ''l . . i iiiuiMiii(iii f,jv', ..i. ii Civ.ni ...... Miuv M. Ranov and Clinton aid was tendered her. SEARS RANKIN. beloved ill this community. is woi. W. II. Mason lecoiveil a telegram in were on- hand; and planning with the" Hen Sutton sold 100 bales of hay .school. We hope she will come bad: Coleman. Josephine Carpenter and u r: WV rn Jiis-- t before ho begun bis discouisc ami tiaeh lor us this year. of this city at f.'IO Monday morning at 10 ..'ol..ck at" !""i "Naders. .William Yager. Loiraiu Campbell and forming him of the death of his to J. P. fircg-or,m the "Rattle ot iml", Mr. Halloa v nrw Rev. A. C. Ilaird filled bis up- - Willo Miii'tiii, Miss Inmaii and brother Hugh I.. Maon in Chicago jier ton. the Haptist parsonage, Jliss Kthel ... KBK J ackiwulodgrd thanks for gifts that poilituieutt TACKLED WHUne BJHIJ John Meadows bought a lot of Sears became the wife of .Mr. Lathi-oat Hi It (irovo la- -l Sat- - Tom Phillips. Miss Mary S. Cook The deceased was a brilliant hiwver bad bioit made bint by (he oongio-gatio- u . s ws-- ; iiidav ami Siiudav. Rankin. Rev. O. M. Iluoy perform and Jack Newborn. Miss Kliabeth and for many veins eujo.vcd a litcrii. corn fioin his sou Atisel Meadows at Many of (hat church. in.lv Cilv lie r.'I.OO per biurel. The Louisville Times' Frlltlkfr;, ., IS. T. Lunsford. W. II. Cummins Mutheiiy unit Hiibcil Caipoiitoi. Mi. live piaclice in the ing line ceremony. Jliss senrs is the j those who listened to him bad not W. M. Flamierv bought two yearW R. correspondent said hist week: . IS. Thompsou attend HiiHou, Mr. and Mi. Al(biughter of Mr. and Mr ami Rev. lluiiipliii-.suits his ageii lllollKV .Mis. beard of the kindness done the grand Tboso who know him would, hardlw .1. W. Ireland. Mason he i suivivod by ihno broth-pi'- s ling cattle fiom lleuiy ed eluireh hole Sunday. Arnold at Sears, of this eitj and a very at beit Severance, Piol. old man and asked those sitting near W. It. M.isou ol this place (leu, Rev. A. C. ISaird was called to Ml-- . and Hopper. Misses I.elill Cook. tractive young ladv. nuinbenng her believe it, vet it is a fact that Senwhal (t meant. Thev woic iuloimcd The Maiy Walker Price Chapter. friends by the scotc. She has until ator R. I.. "("Took") Hubble, of LinT. Mason, of Chicago ami Henjamia preach for thto llccch (irovo ohaich Jackson. Halloa. Miss Mary M. that tho good women f that church for the ear IV 12. Mason. His wife who was Miss Sue of the l'. I). ( .. held a Lee and Jack- recently, boon engaged as cashier at coln county, was picked out as and Mr. Moriiou Hrigbl. j bad prcseiitcil Inm with an own-oat- . Shclbv son memorial service hcic on the af- Slossenger's store. Mr. Rankin is a "murk" by the operators of the old n n Shelby of Iho I. T. WelN s building a new house This delightful Inaction was u bat. a pair ot gl..vis, n naim luig-ffaniilv ol Liiicnln died oieial veins ternoon of the lOlh at the home of Wayne county boy and is very popu "Spanish prisoner game." Senator bv the Hach Club for the pur on the lull oppii-il- o ll'.piing Springs lug and sevoi.i; nihil uefn'i a the Mesilauies Frisbio. if raising funds p. p,, for the ago, Mi. J. N. Singleton, Wells ami 'p lar in this city, where be has lieeii Hubble is just in leeeipt of a letllolo. V II. Walkei bough! a team The program was eminently tip- - in (ho employ of the Cumberland ter from .Madrid, Spain, in which bo Dvchotiso have steuied a giauile M'nivorsitv iisical IJicyob.peiLn Ml. .Sou. Mr. Hull. hi is not a pool man devotional Grocery Company. A few months (go is promised n third of $330,000 that mouimiciil tin J. N. Singleton which which is to remain the properly of ot liore ol L. W. M(.'tueerv of Slim piopnale ojx.'nmg with ji tul - .ibitinl.illl.y able to Imv wbnl ( orcises in olmrge of the president his company, rocogniriiig in him sup- - the writer who is "languishing in u- weighed 2,.'III0 pounds. This in.uiii- - (l,e List mnental Musical Dcpaitmeiit foul for . .. .: .... those (!o.l-l. .... .. lie wants, but he is one . ;.. .. ('h.iutaiiitia Ciicic met Satuidav Mis. K. p. Fiisiii... , was to have been delivered in ,. the Stunloul Ciaded School. In enor business ipialitications made npiiuiMi prison nus conct-air- ,...1 in men hIih bad rather give m h incut A 'erv interesting p.ipir on Rob- Inn manager of their plant in June- - United States. It is needless to adi August but lllic loiopanv failed to Jiidditinu to tho good time, a satis- - with the lo.tchcvs. Misses Robmsoii. w" ilis'dv tiiua lo supply bis nun by Mr.. J. L. lion City, at which place they will tlml the operators of this old swindl get tthc work complete at tthat time, faetoiv pnwueut was made on this Hrashear, Mason and WaNh at the ot' K. Lop was ... , . ami in b s gooilni s ..I ll. lilt lie l Iiilej ; The song roll including Mrs, make their futui.- - l,.,i.rf. They have picked the '.'.wrongest" man hi .Kex-- .1 Many people an- being kept in oil .valuable work which is an inenleiila homo of Mrs. .lc Walker almost nog'ochil In pnivido ciitaiu Mi. and Mis. Ilonlev V. H.isiin arc Jackson's refutation of the novelist's hostt of friends who wish them ,tucky to "fnll" for this gan.e. "Took." account of snow nml ioe on the on ok. 'Ido aid to students to musical his. lniii-'ll- ". things for K being showeled with coiigutliihitioiis delineation of her husband's characever happiness in their newly marri- - (ftfys race horses can get his fu'st The death of Cash Kiuuuiid shock- - lory, His rt eat hoiirt mi, mi d op a uiini.i.1. -ed bis niiiiiv fiends, when he was upon the ailivul ol a second little teristics, tho loview read by Mrs. ed lit p. l... . . ..i . i!'!....... roiiii'ist.-v.,w.f.ii. mirs, of tJ.o gooibiess ol lliiisp who li-.- The Indies' .Mission Society of the the son at their homo. The iiitoiosiing Mattie P. Frisbio. a poem on the GIRL OF THE EAGLE RANCH bad hij.s ri nemlioM d him and theio found dead on the load side on NEWS. OF GEORGE CROW' morning ot the liltth. Some think little fellow has been (hristemd Hen- two confederate, heroes tendered by Haptisi.ubuviih will meet with Mrs. J. was mm b feeling in ih brief talk Mis. H. F. Hudson; Musi,, by Mis, F. ( uiihhmis on. Fridny' itflernotin at . Mr.- (bsrgp P..Crivc airivel hi U'w be froze to death while some think Comes To Opera House Thursday ley V. Jr.. fni his lather. 'inn rruing the k;m'.i oss that hud city.tlii.s tuornlng.filim'SaHsbury, N. "f Ai ami Mrs, II is Katie Leo Denny: an impmmptu !ir was poisoned on bootlrggcrr 'I'll' Night A Spleidid 'j 'u n'et.i.-- bieii houii h'm. in ihe wav ot an il Up leaves n wile nml several C.J where he had been tor ky. sell Denton, near I'nitil Lick was en Tbiiss- - wlirt kinri this man of ( (iiilvren lo morn the loss ot a kind weeks,-oa visit to his parents ind, This is a comeil.v drama of wistern Miicly coiisi'mieil by literal HilO Tliiivssoutliern daiwc peiloimed bv the fiullu'i- kt.ow that he i the mu- -i lusbaiiil and f.Hher. wlnlo'iifo mi a entile ranch, vividly p.o- - day morning. Only the timely warn- - est widow and widows picsont who $i TEMPERANCE COLUMN & sis"ter. The. many friends, in thi men and should of Terpsielurtean Ci This space is engaged by n lit has many friends in Lincoln, Oar-iiir- d renting the oowhoy char- - ing 'i neighbors pieventeu .vir. ami were inspired with itow "",1 county, of his wuther, .win" i stimiger in waul ask lor his coat The k regret to know that she is seriously ; and outlier adjoining loiintic-- . aeter and the peeuliarit'es and is not Mis. Denton from being hiiiiinl. The steps by Dixie's strains. Ho is upvi bo enil'il gel it Irtippiir closed with a dainty V limp the oilieiis and mi .. Ihe Temperance Committee of j. ill. Mr. Crow will leav this' after- - , X ,. , eharaeter brought into whole of the loot' was a tua-- s of making olbcls happy ai'd Wo thing it than when fi( flames uhoii the tli'i was tiisi (iis- luncheon com so. Iho road is never loo long nor Ihe counl.v officials were getting buv to public prominence by authors of Miss Calbo Adams is in Springbi-Ihe loss - pstimateii at up this bootloggmg. tion, hut an actual historical laot oovoied. ; : night loo dutk fur lyyi to iinsurr n " i motto lor tempernuce pei.p'e: city last July. Do. is in the miniiip. Mack Hopkins has moved to Cop bioiigbl about by our eivjl stlfo something over 2.iHH with an in- - field for n visit to Mis. Joe F. Pot- call ol the needy' or do a fi'ieiul n i tits. .Mis A Hie Vanlis, is at homo j Wake up, stand up, pay up, and sttiv business, mining zinc and lead, and is some ears ago. the chuiaoiers aio suraucc oi Jl Jim jmT Creek. ti.!'i. tl bimlly act. tigaiu titter a visit lo her cousin .Miss up, ami never give up, lot tip, uaoK heerelarj" of it wraliuy company Clink, Kugeiic Mrs. Jennie llvchouso has had a true to the people they icprcsent and in this business, and is much the scenic siiioundili"s are fconi nil- - son of Mr. Charlie, ol LcMIIStoll Lottie Cm sou of Stanford. Miss I .ot - up or shut up, until your cause is seveiV atliick 'L loothaelic. W. M. FIELDS. . tio Mcli'oberls is (ho guest of friends built up and won. Mr. .Singleton and Dyohoiisp arc elated ovur. tbe.pi-iispeots-. turo from tho localities the scenes died at the home of his grandmollH W. II. Hurtou was a Samuel ltoiiine. while I here on in Richmond. Taylor. ifthis city, is presi to build an addition (o their weio enacted in. It is truly Ameri- - Mi Out As a Candidate For Magistrate Mrs. IN MEMORY. n to his craiiilp.irents. The al- - visitor in Lexington Friday. dw oiling. dent of the company. Mr. Crow has can western play, founded on in-- .n In This District. live til tic lad viis lii- -l sliieken Marv L. Savior and daughter Miss Of our ilo.ir brother. Charlie K. Mur- - ii legion of friends in this roiiuly. tlial fuels, fleoige W. Altoti. 'v. tip. I DEATH OF WILLIS PALMER. owner and manager of this big pro- - wilh dplhciin fobowed b.v a para- - Abbie Tavlor aie in .Martinsville, 'pby, who departed this lile, Feb- - who will rejoice to know of b!s sue- -' The race for Magistrate in the Miss cess Miul'kupu Im tvill lUppeed hej'oiid ' Friends of Mrs. V. L.' Palmer, of dueliiiii will bring the altraeliou lo lysis. Tim inleimeiil tookplale 1 nil., for aan stay. has beenPauline Hock- - I ruury 1 Ot It. 1011,, Stanford district this year promised Hour by hour wo saw you fade his the guest of Mcsseu- Thuisdav Jiimmiy Sunday moiiiing at 10, uVlook in the er of SI ford to develop into contest Orlando, l'la.. wlip un bo.u in thi the Onoru lloiiso . .. her mint Mrs. Mattie Dmienu. Mis-- nnd slowly sink away, jet in our ger, Luiion-lcemotei.v uhpirant for the. pbic mi counl.v, deeply sympathize with her 2.'nh I'orone night only, at th- The latest we often prayed, that you Mismmirv Mary Arnold is at home after n vis- - hearts Th" Young Yomati's Hi., Couil. to ho filled lii'i'iiuso and her husband in the loss of her prices, there lieing no iidverti-t- nienl Y miss jour REWARD-FOan inteiestiug session it of several weeks to Mr. and Mr, might longer stay. Circle hld GARRARD NEGRtJ the untimely death of Sipiirn Jas. eldest son, Willis McAlister Palmer, in the prices of admission on of London, Miss F.Uio comin;.' foot step, we miss you errrj- A reward of fir0 was offered Usl Oxfoid, On., count of tho double entertainment. Sunday at'eiuiioii at the Christian W. A. Arnold of Mr. William Fields, of Tho dvalh.oopiivre.l, at Zimmer is in Cincinnati vising freinls where, homo is not what it used to week by Gov. MetVcarj' eh u ri b. tin nVi Ihe Mu wood sociioii. who annoiinees where he was atlcnding college and Ihe management having ndded a long ? Captain A. M. Hoiirno. who sened Dr. Will. F.lkiu, of Atlanta 1ms been be since dear Charlie, i.s not then. h rest nml oonviothui of Allen Jtuics.. Ihe Interior Journal pneumonia was bis trouble. He was list of high class specialties to apin Ibis isfe of jK. i event visitor of his father Captain Rrothers .and Sisters. negro who is" wauled' 'in (hfrrui acts, and it real as nuplioiipor at the O'Veiis sale neui his candidacy for tho dcmocrtilie iniarly 20 years old and would have ,pcar bet ween the Miss Mavy Miller, of boundavy re"ots T. A. Klkia. ...uiiilv f.i ll... iiii.nti... .il lliim nomination. '.Mr. Fields is one of l)ie erndualed Iron' F.moiy College, the cowboy band will iiunoiince the corn-be- the west Oarrard . UO JOU Know mat fully nine out of Preston, a white man. The killimri arrival in this city with their li fairlv good attrnd.tnop coiisiibu-- Richmond is heie lor a visit to Mrs. known farmers ami deinoonils nlmii mater of his father, this year. pany's ( . . "I . s .. l. ... Ml It III Marshall l. Denny. ..uss jiiiriit- - '.'..... t t inut nniC. ing the weather and reports the c.wjr icu nno.a ui riiciiinii(sH lire.KMJ,( In lirti-- 1Wi.ii .. . in his end of the comity, and has n '.TV burial ocoavred in the Orlando novel and catchy street parade, a .1 - !i - l.. I l .? n imi k wijiiy rueumaunxp iinunie mw reiunu'ii irom prices : oi (lie omsciej tioiu The njiro Uh rtUt'i' tlif woild of friends who will stand be- - icinetery and the largest iittendauce K XT..! linn Ia nrMi rfi nm U'liemii !.... t.t.. (Wr ai'd has nut been heard 110 liead of .oiuig Jersey cows al Iiam uitAf A ruling of Um Treasury Depart- . been theie in yean. 4iik present. He hind him in bis candidacy. H.it-ois.al homo rheumatism, nml requires nn iuteriin1 hinee. vas a bright, manly nnd popular men! opens the way. it is claimed, tor liom '.':i to 00 per head; two plug Stanfoid. R. II. .."0 and ipllOs SO" bogs at nftiv n recuperative stay at Maitins- - treatment whatever? Apply Chain- Th ;0irt. of ISaghs Unnch" thut, young man nnd 1U death h deeply re. he first time in history for .Stnle horses, at pound, " cents I inl.. is berlain's Liniment e ville Miss, n lotj of h:iy frctlv and be- Frankfort is tanking an efS p,,' epiuus tio the, Stanford, Opera .llause ;n etted by u J'urje circle of friends. bnnljH nui. tviisl companies to ipiiefciy it gives trliof. For Mtle raise ir.'O.OOO for a Y. M. C. A., in" Lexinfctou .with' he'r lister Mrs. W. lo porViek and 1'onf at - Hls'parents and youbgei' brother nre pome kiioVn ns "I'nitcsl Slates de ,. . .. . ... I .. Thuriiday Jnnury -- .", is a rreom..i .. ' renny. T. r.rowtiing. 'l.vti. ,inS. pel bin vol. , nlroosa prostrated with grief. merited utlmclion. positories." , . I Committee Selects Time For Holding Local Fair Not To Conflict With Others. August 21, 22 and 23 nru the datea nclected by the. committee mimed Tor thnt purpose upon which In hold tho Knights of PjlhUis fair of Stanford this jenr. This wart decided on Monday of this week after Seeietary ' F. Cum- had received cominiinicntioiw if the subject of dales from most of the fair secretaries in this see- lion of tho Mate. It was the desire of Iho directors that Ihe dates elms- en should not conflict m any way with any fair contiguous to the ter- ntory or tho Stanford fair, and it is bebeied tluit the dates selected will provt. satisfactory to anyone, Tiiev follow imimsluitplv after the week-- chosen lor the llrodhead fair whidi comes miiiii after llnrrods- burg. Danville, with IineaHtor usii- nlly leading olf with the fair proces- .(it in this put f lln sliile. Mtieh iiileiest c.mlimics to be nrous d er tho K. I. fair l..r Slant. .rd ihw car. It ncfinii l bp the eon- coiieii- - of opiiiioii that nobody of men could Im-- found lil.rre ciiliiieteiit to hold a 'null das exhibition of tho character dfsirc.l than the local lodge ot I'Whiaus. I!iiincss mou and farm- rs cvproxs iheinxelxos alike on this point. The Knight of I'Nthias the confidcuec of nil nml will Iiavo tho hearlist of all rlointuts ovoi (he couiit.v in luiik-im- v Iho lair this eitr one of the vrcatest ami best over held m Stanford and Hits pint of the sinto. f M(ss McRou. Delightful Af'air erts' a - . -- . . of Expenses Lincoln l.i 1 Revenue By $700 for Past Year UP, The enemies of tho county unit lliill got in their work in tin- - .Semite 'when the hill enuic up there, how- ever mid ptuvonteil a vote being taken on it on Monday, consideration being 'pohlpoiiwl until Thiitsdny. Among 'hose who voted to delay immediate ;ctioii on the hill was Senator It. L. Hubble, of Lincoln eounly. The vole 20 to 111. enough icpuhlie.ui v nlor voting with the dciuooints to dehi the hill. Tno le ' Il senators was as follows; For delay. Senator I.. V. A.'- nell, T. I'. Hagby J. V. Iterkshin-- . .1. F. Ilosworth, II. M. Hunk Oiin I!mhmi ' R. Ciitlell, X. II. t'hipmau, Nimrod t'ohern, V. 1.. Howling, W. V. Eaton, Webster Helm. K. K. Hogg, I'. H"l mini, R. I.. Hubble, Ilile Hulfaker, ('. W. Mathers. Mark Ran. R. M. Sal- moo ami w. r. welch. Against Delay. It. M. Amott, W. 1. K. Iligger- '. Dale. L. llertra staff, .1. II. Durham, W. A. FioM, S. R. Illcnn, .1. C. Oraham. S. L. Mar- shall. V, It. MooiU, II. D. Xewcnmb, ' T. l'ncliiird. M (I. Scott. C. M. Tluni.as, II, ". Tieheimr, mid .1. T !'" !"t son-mil- ls nnti-eoiint- The home of Miss Anna Davis Me Roberts wan the scene of tnu-- h mcr- rimetit Inst Friday evening when tho members of Iho ll.ich and Jackson- lau Clubs of the High School were then- - The ho charmingly c .....il,..- :.... it..., I.. l.i il OCCIIH.II lllill I.IUIIIII u.vu. i. i ttnw .. ...... iimi liif.Lv n ..?. ntul ...., m I..IIUI .. .. was a grand success in eery particular. At right o'clock lln lunp jour" maidens called 1'or their bcau clioi- en for the night mid when all had costumed assembled the eminently S.C,S Im.-- up for the grand parade , the tune of "Alexamler's Km; Time ;,i," ,nyed by the hostes-- , they marched l',,r inK-- l ion before the jir,.(, judges: Mi Humphrey Ilal- nii Mihses Homier and .liieksoii. The iiiateh was continued for some time for it was a dltlicult problem to I'hoosp the tackiest couple. At leimlb howoer they selected Miss Sallic jMills Ciai.' and Mi. John M. Waters I littim: epocolle, Mls Italloti dcpaitmeiit of the piosontod the young lad' prize, a beautiful (ilcciall baitilcail mid the igenlloii..ili's piiro, a handsome dies j'j-,I mu-ical Cllllll. Mtion as insurance . I I l The west end of Lincoln lost one of ... iIm must i'filtiiit.1.. i. ii.l ..I u i.li.-- f . . ...i.ii.imi. iiiiu nuiiititi v....- rem when Mr. David Spilln.an Car- penter died at Hustonville, lu.st TIium day night, brief mention of which vas made in our rnduy's cditon. ror venis ne nan tieell jilclHUtcii with tii(. iaisine.ss and oilier mter-et- fi of that pottiou of Lincoln eounly and he was well known mid liked by till. Ho was u son of the late Duvid I'arjienter, who in bis day, was a wry prominent citizen of this comity. Deceased who would have been 70 jears old had he lived until next .March, is mirvived by bin " ws .Miss hoplua taipen- ;'. " sister ot .Messrs. .1. U. and D. Uealbeifonl, Uetirse ami four brothers. .Messrs, John Steele, who '"" n'r'' ,,,r li'''atliieiit under Dr. Car- penter and Sandy, Ed. and Colviu aim in meir great loss ...-.j- ct - Iwo-ooiii- i , ' 1 1 iKi'-siiu- - Both Sides Perfecting Organizations county went into the list To Get Vote To Polls On of pauper counties of Kentucky February 10. last vear. the expenditures of J'i the business of the county exceeding the rewnttes by $772.21. With the date for the lotnl option This is a reversal from 1010 when election just it little over two week Lincoln paid out .f70H.14 into the 'off, both the whisky and temperance roil treasury. Out of J l!l counties in force in Lincoln . the stale there are only .'14 that tiro ing more active in their camjwigmi spin hitimiirtim.. Among our neighbors mid the indications are t but both Doyle comity paid 1.,,000 into the biJc, wi cm,eimip to gel ,)Ut a b trensurj- - above Iter expenses, Casey !.,., p ..fv i. ,i,!. ..n1:.11. c. ill tllY tvtiiriiiiiut Jt r.. i. " V, !' ,"' Pogressed good ,.a ":""". ar n,l "eryonu ury on the right side of the ledger, .J"'1'' " b(,tl1 continue hum io Luurel cost the state .v 1,0(10, Ma.li-- 1 ""'"" ,,'t l'1"1' tor "l,l(;1' t,v,'r w,,y tUc tlv3m Metct-- r paid son in L'f.OOO, cost tho state f'2,()00 " '" Hoekoastle Wavi... cost (I,., si..!., iu.nnn ivi.ii. i,luM Wl" ',,,,1 llavu ' l,vo together lei f;i!l,000 and 1'ulaski pai.l in 37,- - l"1 ,,,ia wmniunily. i lie pastors ol the uriott 000. Some of the very best counties in churches of Lincoln county are mak(he state are in the "pauper'' class, ing vigorous speaking campaigns ovhowever, so that its not such a dis- er the county endeavoring to arouse the temperance voters, to the necesgrace alter all as bad as it looks. sity of going; to the tkiIIs on Feb. JO. A number of the ladies of StanADAM PENCE ford are ulso engaged in marling out Sustains Severe Injury While Coast temperance literature to the voters all over the comity. The ladies nre ing on Snow Last Week. also taking printed pledges around who will vote Adam Fence was confined lo bis for .signatures of tho-jhome for several days, with what against the of the mas seemed to be a severe injury (o bis saloon in this cmttitv. spine caused, by an accident while meetings have been held lit various points. A particularly hard fight is i ousting with his little hrothcT-in- law, Morgan Ilaiighman last week being made at Crab Orchard where They were sliding down a hill during the lenipetaiiee forces have been e9-t"spell" when ''oustim- - was finest leciallv hard at work. Mrs. Ltge Arriving at the bottom, the sp,l lloskuis, whose husband was recently j struck a concealed lock, which thipvv .killed in the regretable shooting; there, just before Christmn,jf5 ihem off and Mr. Pence struck on tl.e roel: '.villi great fono, (.nosing leaving her with six children, has en evere num. A nerve seems to have listed in the temperance, work, nnL been injured in some wav,.and much " begging men not to vote to pnt JlM S?a-uneasiness was- felt over his oon'di- - saloons in. -, The Wets are conducting u gum-lion, though the physicians nr,."iii.t iii.liiud to think that the iniiiYv will boe eumpaign. more or les, onl the pennanont and be is about able saving- little, hut it is iimlerstood Ajy tlml the.v are (hung some haril-wort get oi't now. tX , Tliei-wore several other coasting iney arc semilog out some, mevaiurt-- . . v;j iicciilenls last week, but notliing of quoting promtneiii men on tile limmr Ua serious iiatiii.'..aiul the bVs ml question, who believe that,:! high -, $;$M girls had bit; tunes while the sow' d'"se saloon is plefornUle t no --,., jrl j,-- , lasted. Owing lo the fact that (lip loons and a community fvttrou with well number of the tigers.. snow fell before the intense freezing l"' .".I1 spell came, there was little chance to known wets from different parts ttt ' v'? 'IC county held a meeting here Mo- - J'"" do any skating- on "the Iakt, "whfeh :ay phases of the cms- j! many had honed for. aigii,' and-.it- . .is said, that - eyertrt "' eon-ductilu.,-mn- ,!.', '"IiS """ "" he nf-ln- iy ajjA '. ' Aji t3 - ''WM " ....... ;B Ma-the- giv-,o- well-know- Z , y m , - TW & ' . u$ - Co-re1- ;& - !! m id 'tJilivv'liiJiOf ue well-know- - ak pie-iviri- Mil-obel- -it u l o- i tr f st , 1 . ..... uin i m n, sol-lin- nt'-yS- - if.'S.-'i- ' t, - r. Jl ifT " "'-- i nr liTiaLii mSSwSSSm THE STANFORD bsbhhhswh U INTERIOR JOURNAL SPORTSMEN? CALENDAR.. 'I SAM he Lyierior Kttabllthtd (HELTON M. Journal 1872 IN ADVANCE ROBINS j on 8AUPLEY,...Publlhr II A YEAR 8TRICTLY The I. .1., has received n beautiful calendar from the Remington Arms t'nion Metallic Company of Xew York, the cut bolus n small !BSKOsssssssSfleSsssssi? ,'s?,vl reproduction. HPLK'IBBSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSftdaidBl SportsmcnHvlio uish to receivo the calendar may do so by sending their nnnie and address and I cents in stamps to the nlnne nd. dress, and mention tho Stanford Interior Journal. BBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBt atered at the rwtoftlce as second clui mall. at Hian-r- eBBBtBtBBBBBBBtBBBtBlBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBtBa' POLITICAL ANNOUNCEMENTS. if Far County Judqe. Bread Winners aiBWBiiMisaiaiBiiMiMiBMHKBMV nl Big Clearance Sale STILL GOING ON. MUST IN TO ABSC LUTELY NQTHIN OUR YO U HAVE A LY WE IN OD ON COATS ING. MMSf. CONSIST! FURNISHING ODD PANT SAND ALLUDES' ANN GENTS' NEW STOCK. ana cannat Doislhlv carry these ooods ov m .- - kadiw er, at Mr room is small and soring needs en hands. So w have slauah-tcre- d auoi-tnjlr- T. A. Rite announces his candi-iac- y for County J mice of Lincoln county, subject to the action of the leiuocratio party. M. F. North announces his enndi daey for County Judgo of Lincoln eounty, subject to tho action of the Democratic party. LAY ON, MACDUFF, j has run n news-pnpe- vit i i - a t la u. I V m o . R- - :. ir i '1 For Jailer. Peyton Parrish announces his candidacy for Jailer of Lincoln eonnty, subject to the action of the Democratic party.. George DeBorde ennounccs hi AH candidacy for Jailer of Lincoln coun ty subject to the action of the dcrao. irntic unrtv. Dink Farmer is a candidate for the arice on evervtnlna. iailer of Lincoln county subject to Inform the aeonle of our siauanier. Here are We feel It our dutv what vou want, as vou now nave Nw arice and von can came, and the action of tho Democratic party. nter has lust commenced. Safari! vou the hardest oart ef the vear and f For Magistrate RMMihcr thn date SATURDAY. JANUARY 13. 1912, at 9 o'clock and lastlnn onlv 20 davs. W. will close out the entire Fall and Winter J. T. Roberts announces his vour have the stack reoardless of orlce. As we vou will nrlces Deiore orices eves. for MimNtrntc in the Stan were buv. no such eemn now and see the Beads ana ford district, subject to the action of out before vour eves. ever the Democratic Party. his caudi-ilac- y Wm. Fields nimouiiec HATS OF ALL KINDS ... s Clothing in All Weol Faarics MngiitrnU in the Stanford for John B. Stetson 23 and $22.50 Suits cut to $14.96 $3.98 district, subject to the action of the I2.9S $3 Hats now to $26 Suits reduced $2.98 Democratic Party. hats now $15 and $18 Suits go now at 9.98 $2.84 now 10 and $15 Suits go nov at 7.48 $3.50 Hats A DESERVED TRIBUTE TO We have a lot of AH'Wsol Suite A NOBLE CHRISTIAN Other standard makes In. Felt, and for Men and Boys, sizes broken, that Stiff Hats sold-fo- r At t!e Christian church on Sun $7, $8 and $10. We yttt $2.48 now $3.48 $3.50 Hats day nioniinj:, was held a service &4bei out at $224 3 Hats now Boya'rKnc Suits, all wool, in Knick- $2.50 $1.88 beautifully touching in its every as Hats now Pants erbocker $1.39 pect. Rev. Jos, A. Dullou on the iOth $2 Hats now of his birth, in the anniversary S7JS $1.50 Hats now BC 112&H Suit at bis pastorate, WM f 1 Hnts now 79C church built during 10 Suits at .,, preached to the people who have 1MB SiU at $8Ji9.mi known and loved him many years. eSS-te- at RUIBERS f the beat maka at cost. We have The church was filled not only with MM but K-hem farRHBfeer Beets. Felt Soots its nccustomed congregation, ' 4gMtot Ames, lath Lao Arctics, and with people from every church in the etJM'jSatt t M. Doctors Could Not Help Mr. town. It was the Christian people We htLVejame fcoja' Saks, sites of the whole community regardless Templeton Regained M CUM COATS rnn.MU small at Senator It. L. Hubble, of Lincoln show The storm coat 6 solo price.. $4.48 of church nffiliation, come to Health through Lydia E. their love, therr honor and respect introduced the followiin: bill in the " FAMTf 1X n true, brave, loynl man of God; State Senate last week: Pinkhara'a Compound. for i iv trrata niM brand Senate bill Ko. 133 Act to regu$2.68 for a useful citizen, who has never f 3.56 atikfcen at' late telegraph, telephone, express &i.m AUKKers at shirked a responsibilty of citizenship, I &5 sUkkere at $7TMLt for n neighbor whose crib and whose pipe line and heat and light com to Hooper, Nebraka.-- "I am very glad JMS tell how 98Rto.ai larder hae always stood open to the panies, declaring same to no common Compound Lydia E. Pinkham's VegeUblo ,' a Yaaaa Mans Oven has helped roc. For five yean S Paste. t '.... Godly man whose enrriers. and under supervision of I suffered from female troubles so I was worthy poor; for a t22J9 and SSo.OO overcoats Railroad Commission. 1ft orA V'0 nvnrpniia m nt prayers have helped to lift the falscarcely able to do my k. I took doc Tialii at ai2J0 and 15.00 orcroflata at . .738 len and cheer the fuinl; fur a man This is just the character of bill tors medicines and usM local treatments S1JI 87.50 M&A f 10.00 overcoats at . .4.98 Vith the courage of his convictions, that the lobbyists arc cnt to Frank- but waa not helped. --agJtataat tad such awful BJovsuvercaais Hays' OM Paats AH Wool At tie, fort to keep from passing, by hook or bearing down pains and my back was so $148. 1 SB. 2.29. 2.78. and 2.94. We whether ns a soldier upon the field crook, mostly the latter. Let's see weak I could hardly walk and could not ,7fcMHit.lf. of battle, a preacher in the pupit, or have a trie stock ride. I often had to ait up nigh to to sleep ' Mea'a A Vtn'a Corduroy a citizen in the private walks of life. what success they hax-- against the and my friends thought I could not livu efforts of the Senator from Lincoln long. At my request my husband got CAPS OF ALL KINDS $151, SI.4S, SI M Jos. A. Jialloii has lived m this ts M J$ttJ, 19c. 39c. and 79c. community a life of unselfish use- who's pretty well on to their curves me a bottle of Lydia E. Pinkham's VegUB,248aaa2J8. o etable Compound and I commenced to fulness for many years, and in all as a result of his eight years' NECKWEAR 'We predict they take it. By the time I had taken tho Wl 85c at 1 8c 39c thee years, no man has ever doubt50c ties now FLANNELS. 2S I9C ed how he stood upon nny question won't find such easy sailing this seventh bottle my health had returned 25c ties now HrCHAMS. 18c QUAUTYat8l-2- c and I began doing my washing and was a of common weal or of public impor- time. ' well woman. Atone time for three weeks SUSPENDERS ttwes ef all kinds and all leathers. I did all the work for eighteen boarders M-- j 39c tance. No man who has ever lived $6.00 shoes now COa susnen,icrs at de-. The defunct Somerset Republican xvith no signs of my old trouble returnj?C among this people more justly 5.00 shoes now ubDenders nt . . 4.50,Bhoes now He serves, or more fully holds their good Iins been rexived as the Leader and ing. Many hnx'o taken your medicine o"oq 15c suspenders at a 4.00 'shoes now 08n esteem than he. i0c suisnenders at the people of that good town will haxe after seeing what it did for me. I would X5U-- saoes now .. upon the dead man's to put up with four nexvspapers not take $1000 and be where I was. You The wn-at.2J34 3-oe have my permission to use my name if ""J 98 Shirts of all Kinds. Dress. Flannel coffin and the marble shaft at the again, when tho field is just about it will aid anyone." Mrs. Susie Temi50 shoes now and Work Shirts dead man's grave aie tributes of res- the size for two. The Poxvers fac- pleton, Hooper, Nebraska. 2.90 shoes $1.9! :i:f9 $2.50 shirts nt pect and of love but they are tributes tion of the party has always run tho ThePinkham record is a proud and peer! 2.00 shirts nt 1.50 shirts at IJJB which yield pleasure only to those Republican while tho Edwards and less one. It is a record of constant vic.98 fa who bestow them. How sweeter the the Herald, and wo suppose tho two tory over the obstinate ill of woman ills ' l.UO shirts at 48c 75c shirts at that deal out despair. Caalarta Heaav alada., 39C voice of love to man's living car will be at each other's throats as It is an established 50c shirts at Caarfatta at aXSf tHe! than fragrance of sweetest flowers usual during the coming presidential fact that Lydia E. ,JLM daMBwta t rJJJ on his sepulchre; how dearer to man's campaign. W. G. Cundiff, a school Pinkham's Ve get l,tff 18-- Jirln fcv Salt Cases. All .Laatliar. . . weary soul the show of encourage- teacher, starts out as editor of the Compound has re- If S7.50 oases now II m m .mmm ment and approval while be lives, revived sheet, and expresses some stored health to thou3.78 than deep, carved words of adulation 3.8J 5.TO cases now I!!! sand of such suffer- beautiful ideals fn his salutatory, on granite tomb when he is dea,d.. Imii 'mA anksa raaa It was this bestowal which the. wmwowxMrMyti mwtj vtixjio, wv $2.00 eaaea'at icaedidaa? people gave this man as he turned .' Wl 1.50 eases at ai 11 Baetl"7""" cases at year of life behind him, and 1.00 the 76th it is the prayer of all who know him that he may be long spared in . MM strength of mind and body. Such S2.00 and $2.50 scarfs at PC men are needed, and when they are scarfs at PRESENT' THE WELL KNOWN WESTERN COMEDY DRAMA :flc 1.00and 75a scarfs at 'A aS3EaaVac?att. .v.::::: 39C gone they are not easily replaced. 50 WE PUT ORDER THAT JUKUKt T8THE POINTr WHE8E SPRING STOCK. jom tfJfcSV&NS ttMf NCE.MORE WILL EVER SEE HIN8Y0IJ H?r At 1QMETmc or p.lo A?I SHOES. HATS.AT THIS TIME HAVE THE ALL iTvFftl THESE PRICES. CAPS jet enn-lidn- 0 Smt gJt - Kditor Desha Hrrvkinridge, of tho Lexington Herald, is giving Cnmpbell The current number of the Kns-ter- n Cantnll tho skinning of his life, for Kentucky Review of the Nor-mhaving the congressional committeo School nt Kichmond, gives n in the Seventh District of which a comprehensive glance nt the great majority ore Can trill's tools, call n work this institution has done Hince snnp primnry, so as to freeze out nny its foundation. Lincoln county has other possible rnndidnte. Cnntrill's been well represented nmoni: the action is nothing more thnn should J scholars and its young men nud havo been expected of a mnn of his women appreciate tho worth of the calibre. It's a pity, too, that it is normal. President Crnbb is doing a so small for he is a innn of midotiht. mngnificent work ns its head and ed alrilky, unscrupulous ns lie at deserves tho commendation of the least in politics. state. Knowing Cuntrill as wc do, wo ar not a bit surpricd ut what he has Kditor Lewis Ijiindriitn warns the dune. Our only surprise is that the good people of Danville that there good people of the Seventh Congres- arc Mime .Mormon missionaries prowl sional district have allowed him to ing about in that section. Certain them in Congress as loving husbands we know of oer lone ns they hae. here in Lincoln will undoubtedly exwants the tend them n cordial welcome, with Kditor Rreckinridse Slate Central Committeo to take cog- decorations of tar nnd feathers on nizance of this snnp call ns boinsr tho side, should they happen oxer violative of the party pledge to enact this way the pleasure of direct primary law. and against polygamy. even consideration ot fairness anil justice in giving candidates reasonThe 1'rogiessive Democratic Leaable time to innke campaign. This would bo a mighty good time for the gue of Ohio has started an attack upstate committee to make an example on Gox Harmon's presidential canof Cantrill and his crowd who rep- didacy, acensing him of being the candidate of Wall street. all that iss left in resent e idea of machine of the rule or ruin policy. Tho sooner they are put out of business the better for A the people and the party. Give 'em the devil. Editor Ilreckinridgc. The decent, progressive Democracy of tho Ftatc stnnd Folidly behind you, and is looking to you to continue this good work. iiercs luck a few months. to turn anyway. The Man Who Labors Must Wear the Working Man's Clothes. To Keep Dry i. ALUGATORSLICKERS Tan in color, with brass fastenings. NEVER LEAKS, it .nX. cracks. Not a better one made. Only $3 Get one of of our nr It OVERALLS nbt Ktin-tnc- old-tim- You can't work without rvfIU arl you want a good pair. Then get the "Headlight." We think it has them all beaten in two wavs. Thv arp l.ttU Neater, made a little Fuller in size; 50c in little fellows, 75 cts in youths and $1 RECORD OF in men's size. CORDUROY TROUSERS-Anot- her GREAT MEDICINE good thing for the working man, $2, 2.50, $3, 3.50 a pair. Up to 50 in size. - JMtL H. J. McROBERTS StanfordKy. VELVET-LAW- N y - GRASS and CLOVER DRILL Tu e legis-lativ- Something New. Stop and See It. It pays to drill clover and grass seed l,kotnow -- WSMvm mmmMm&Li It pays to cultivate your wheat. It pays to reseed old pastures. It pays to reseed old meadows. -- -- ..... W. H. HIGGINS, Stanford, Ky. , f le vl?7 jl srsfiiiiasissssisssi ... ATTERBERRY & COOK I Vhe9Jtan Who knows what at'j you is your Doctor JKis can in diagnosing jour ailments itads to tkt 6'ontfHs of his treatment, J? Anows your case, he Anours what you need to remedy your condition,' he prescribes the medicines, expecting each of these will he of the Sest ouatity, each possessing the virtues he attributes to the particular drug I Uadarwiar. Men's and Ladles Waeien ,. 81.25 irarment ...... - LEGBINS OF ALL KINDS. 39c.79c.SI.49andil.48 inr-- " r .' i 50o'anaents at v.25o 6armonta at k . " Cetton Underwear vzC 1 8C HOSIERY. ! 60o hosiery 25 and 35 cent hose elnves at 1.00 cloves at 50c cloves at .Kl.nO Gloves In Work and Dress SI el n vps nt I.I 79c ?lt ; aSajypM.at. hose and. faf.::::::::::::.:::. American AT 4csimpson 2ccali- and 4 C0ES I -10 and ftjWJ wbm LANNELS. rEN YARD. NOW I2I-2: at . .' v,,-""iqS.25- JC doves at 3c 19c n0wmJiT "fii J- C SC ffcflWrfjgK .v-- . . 'nfcMBER THE DATE REMEMBER THE PLACE. REMEMIER TWENTY DAYS THE PpK OF EARLY AMP AND SET THE. GOODS Vft" v. Sam y ivf v Robinson ivrv. iru ' ' 2if axanrora. Kentucky. Kentucky friends of Woodrow Wil-no- n, we opine, are not going to fall out with him because be didn't talk just to suit Col. George Harvoy of Harper's Weekly, or Col. Wattcrson, of the Courier-Journa- l. The Harper's magazine has been notorious for many years for its friendliness to "thn interests," J. P. Morgan being the principal owner, it is paid while n it's a matter of record that Co!. has very seldom favored the cn'rdldlcy of'anyono whom he' could not control, and, moreover, the, brand of his democracy hus of recent years been so very checkered tiiut .democrats out in the state, though loving him' well, for the sake of days gone by, are now scarcely inclined to give much' heed to his championship, of any candidate. The' friends of pro gressive government and true democracy, will, if anything love Wilson the more for the enemies ho hus made and at any rate will not pass judgment on thin or any other incident until both eidea havo bees fully re- vealed and considered. Wat-terso- The Girl of Eagle Ranch &ne ofJheBest aU Most Realistic Western Dramas Ever Written. Jan. 25 -- One Night Only. Endorsed and Commended by the Most Conservative Critic. AN AMERICAN PLAY FOR THE AMERICAN PEOPLE S 77 Ej Ej The Powerful Dramatic Situation The Rcaliatic Scenic Effecta "1 New Coatumea! The Thrilling Ciimaxei NEW AND NOVEL SPECIALTIES BET WEEN'ACTS1! When we put up your prearcriptiena, aatia faction followa. There are reaaona for it Pure Druga, ample facilities eapecial care, accurate technique; theae are the thinga that coaduce to the reault the doctor expects. . Dr. Hew Pwltry and Stack Faae New Scenery! A REAL COWBOY BAND Will Make Their Novel and Picturesque Parade at Noon. Penny's 7)rug Store, Stanford, Jtontuchy. Admission, 25c, 350,50c. SEATS NOW ON SALE AT PENNY'S'DRUI STORE. v '' .rt THE WILL Q. McKINNEY. -- tj 1TAT0BD INTERIOR JOURNAL when Iiih nlny W over. He auro likes tents. Thursday morning he found HOGWALLOW DOINGS Unit kind of gourd. the pond froren from top to bottom solid. With the nid of neighbors ho Mr. nnd .Mm. John Wesley nnd Mr. (Hogwnllow Kcntuckinn) Trlls a Lincoln Cnuntv Stnrv In Montgomery, Ala., Paper, and Mm.. James Wesley, of "Mfv IJnz Harlow has Mowed off ns he took heavy fenco rails nud prized Snlem wero guests of Mr. Simon pnBcd He Straw Thursday. Ho wan tho pond loose from the bottom then Will McKinncv a former Stanford Weslev and Mm. 1. 0. Dyo Inst week. in a hurry nnd will be back for it in placed it on somo largo round loss, lmy, linn ihw interesting little story nnd rolled it to its new location whero Lieut. 1). ('. T. (Inihhs, of Shclbv a few days. in tho Timed, of Montgomery, Aln., City n largo opening had been inndo for it upcnt from Saturday to Mondny Someone ban stolen the Inst rhair where lio holds a icspoiiHihlu in the ground. with 1'rof. K. L. Oruhhs of this place. Sun Flinders bud. Iln lf consoles with the I j. it X. : Isnno Hellwnngcr has been Ho presented the Prof, with an old villi the fact Hint he has his old, Goat Flagged a Train a committeo to nttend the "Hint Lock" pistol nn old Colt re- friend the bed to fnll back on. A enmicnl incident wiih lelntcd liv Dog Hill church next time it is going volver, n Culiiin Maecte, also one of Thn town of Hogwnllow was in mi iilil railway engineer the oilier lny lit the union depot. He wiid 'lie ""vortli belonging to Cnpt. II. Y. darkness Inst night on account of Lit to rain, an:! fee if the roof leaks. he is to file n re while running nn engine in Kent'icky (Inihhs who was killid on the Island tin Fidity Flinders hnviug eaten tho If he finds a leak port with the committeo of investiovornl jonrs between Slnnfonl of Negroes, P. I. on October l, 1SJI0. K)stnmHter'H supply of candles. Pluli-pitigation, which body is to hold n and Itovvhiud, Ky tliero was nn old Lieut (hubln will return to the The storekeeper lit ltoinilinr Pilnnd report their finding to about rehruary .r. Ho was lows Irndimnu who icsidcd between tie sajs they hollered n lot about tho deacons, who will recommend to two towiw hat worked uii the Hcctlon ai'coiup.iiued on his return home by curly shopping before Christians but tlio committee on repairs that Hit. j;nng. Ili wife presented him for dipt II. A. Phillips who has been that he didn't open his store before voik be done. Then bids will bo ren ('ItmttmiH undent a red flnnnel MMting line also. breakfast for nobody. ceived for the job nnd tho contract fchht mill he was delighted with the It is icported with some founda-ti- n let to the lowest bidder provided ho A MEASURE OF MERIT There was liighly.prired Dresent. that'Miss lYuiu Allsop is serious- is a memlicr of that church. On the also a "Hilly (lout" Hint Monoid to ly considttint; the task of marrving otcr hand, if Isaac, in his investithe family, which stole into tho Stanford Citizens Should Weigh Well a young mini of thn tii7nnl Knob gation, finds that the roof does not This Evidence. bouse and sin the garment and took ncighbnthnod. Ho is a strong tem Irak, he, as n committee of one, shall iitu it limey to it. Proof of merit lies in the evidence, perance advocate and drives the wa be ordered dissolved ,and same shall cimimrnoed In the ine.uititue he t'onv menu; evidence tn Stanfoid ter wagon with a wheat thresher over be so recorded on the minute books. wnpticaling on tin- precious gift nnd summer. noon hud it devoured. It was soon i not the testimony of stiuugi rs, fhe examining trinl of War Harlow the einlor-etiiei- it of Stanford mm noised nroiind the household nhoiit DANVILLE, KY. the unfortunate (,'iinneiit. I'imr l'nl ule. e That's the kind of proof irivcn ehargid with detaining the mail Car hcre--Thstatement of a Manfoid rier hv offciing him n drink of licker might the goal by the rollnr and Tobneen is high nnd fanners nre was -t down for trial at Tickville iiid. "He (hid' oti hoii of a pin, tillen: realirinir good jniees for the weed. John II. Wien, L. Main St., Sttnn-fouWdncsdiiy moniiiur. but wns con old fellow, j on will lime to Milfer Ky., says: "I know from Kev. Strother jirencheil nn exceltinued on account of a lack of suflentli for this umulv net" lie led that DoanV Kidney Pills ficient evidence to acquit the lent sermon at the M. II. church, Iiiiii to the i iU m tin tt. mi totild all that is claimed for them. Off Sillidav moiiiiiiL' The linmber ciitoII-i- d The engineer, in goimr line i ui mvr him. and on for several jenrs I had seThe lnnie jcllnw horse driven hv in Siiudav school was 1 11 nroiind a etiMe. saw the obstruction vere attacks of lame bnel: often l'lliek Ilcllwnngcr pot scaled at the 1 Mow- Ovvimr to the cold weather there on the tniek. lie eonimeii did work that leipined stooping and Peputy Constable the other morning were very f w people in town on intr the d.mgn signal. It scared the at si. eh tuncM the hneknebe beenme avd po.Jt rn b.idl nin nw.iv. flinging l.Ilirk nirninst court day. that he roughed up Theie whk iiNii n too fre- - ,i, I He was attended liv the m the red 'ilurt and llairged down the Woie. in t Mises Zora and Ktfie Youilg of client desire to void the kidnev se hore doctor and it was several mintrain. Mv ilmnir this he "innl hU cretions both day nnd nichi. Dean's utes before he could get l'.Uiek's Highland v.eie visiting rclntives here .1 scrioiiH perhnp-- , ii life, and, Kidnev Pills ulicvid me and have Mrs. W. S. rinnnignii mid Miss vieek. 'witch to ticking acaiu. . . never fiultd to benefit me when I r I i Maude Prow n. of Kins's Mountain. is ro nave a railroad. I iicKviue have taken them since. " '" ' ' flopping last week'. THE STATE OF CASEY. This i the new brought in hv the Mv Fur sale by all dealeis. Price .10 Mail Carrie,- Mr. M.d Mrs. C has. Trusty, havo this mornim... "ii is Foster-MifluiCo.. l'.uffal", reported Hsi. T. S. Henson of MidJMmiy. cuts. that the work of uneov moved hero from Lincoln. in town one day lust week, nnd New Vork, sole anents for the riiit-c- d i tins the old track built some years I Mrs. Leo Haimoti, of Aliceton, was wis Stnttes. the truest of Mrs. J. M. Hainion on tdiowcd us a pair of gloves his wife nuo will besin in a dav or two. The Ucmember the name Doau'' and . (First street t!ti- - week. him 25 cars nyy He lrdt for 'rain will begin at Tickville and a take no other. imii iievnotis ior- "r mivh they have been lost fiw tunes tir turning around in n I.irgc field .meilyot""" "rs. Jlountaiu have mov- Kings and found. During thn N'ov ember near llie scliool bouse will go bnek. I FOLEY'S HONEY AND ctl on Stnnford nveiuiu in this city. , term of circuit court he left tin m . I'oke hnrley put another notch in TAR COMPOUND. "Hob' tobacco is so high he in the Clerk's office. He sajs they his reputation this week bv doing nn ,t ,ijii . i. i Is a reliable family medicine, (live . i t nro Ilaptist gloves, and can't be lost i iiiing. mins wai eonsisi- - iv. Neville nut of Casey county has lipossune .1 Lee, it to our children, and take it d of moving his pond from his horse without being found. ,,, n,,0t Caleb NVutll is visiting at joarscu wnei. jo.i icei a com com- - Iol lo ,,.,, been visiting his bister Mrs. Oscar Mrs. pc)Illl Stanford this week. Her hiihlinnd nig on. It checks nnd cures coughs hundred vnrds to the east. The Vest. is tnkinc his meals at the Hell hotel. and colds and croup and prevents 1ik MnH nocompliIuHl with the nid All live merchant, nre represented Some fears are entertained that the bronchitis nnd pneumonia. Shugars 0f nei,;hbors in a shoit time nnd in the I. J.'s advertising columns. It supply of squash will be exhnnstcd nna innner. without spilling n dron of its con- ihvs to triifli. wifh thpm him-Hc- 3 Public Sale no ps con-ieren- 1 February I, 12; Commencing-promptly I will sell at my farm 1 miles from near the Somerset pike on THUESDAY, Stanford 1-- 4 - n- l, 1 ,, , I i ni ' .. sns real estate and personal property. My Blue Grass farm of 193 acres. Place contains-nicframe house, nicely arranged cattle barn. witb silo, cribs, granary with big cellar under latter and all outbuildings, never-failinsprings, new con- crete spring house. About 70 acres under cultiva-i tion, remainder in grass. Terms on real estate made known on day of sale J I will also sell at the same time the folio win o- nm-.sonal property: 10 milk cows, some of them extra guuu milkers, z, neiiers, ovj neaa good cattle, con-- 5 sistmg of 14 yearlings and 16 team of! 5 year-olmules, extra good workers, 3 good brood i; mares, gelding works everywhere 1 fine old pony, 1 weanling horse colt, 6 brood sows 'i 2 with pigs, 24 shoats, 1 good red Berkshire boar 2 farm wagons, 1 top wagon 1 top buggy, lbuckboar'd ' wagon, harness, plow gear, buggy harness, 2 new ' turning plows, 1 binder, 1 mower, 1 manure spreader, disc harrow, smoothing harrow and all kinds o ' farming tools, about 75 barrels of corn. Will also ' sell 4 shaies of stock in Stanford- Creamery. "S5 Terms on Personalty-A- ll sums over $10 will be on a credit of six months with bankable note bearing 6 per cent, interest, All sums of $10 and under nah ; in hand. e 2-sto- ry at 9 o'clock, the followimr g -- - !' lds, d 4-year-- old 2-ye- ar VI - , f200.000 Stock of High Grade Merchandise Purchased From the Golden Rule Store Now on : : : : Sale : : iasr VonAllmen, FredSTANFORD, KY. J. P. Chandler, Auct. MILLEDGEVILLE. lin Mr. WnlKer Kout. on tbe -- lek li t i" Mime better. Mr. (5. Spears lias been confined to bis btd with trouble with his Kittle (leorw llunit has a st.tre b V "WE been At 10 to 50 Per Cent Less than Former Selling Price The Golden Rule Store after 33 years of successful merchandising retires from active business. We purchased this big stock which embrace an immense assortment and variety of goods carried by a first class department store. 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. USE" i DANIEL BOONE AXLE GREASE m 5s. ies. And don't have to grease but once a week. of llnoat trouble. Miss M. K.i Mner i on the sieh list. (leor'e KoiH has niou'd to. die. i Mr. Joe Wright's deer pot him down the other day and bruised him up eonsideiablj. Mr. Colihion of Mmelmid has mov-im- I Turin Made in Louisville by CHAS. C. STOLL OIL CO. The boss o" ,,,!u to the Ottslej plnee. "i""" have been We Give Surety Coupons. THE SURETY COUPON IS IN NO SENSE A PREMIUM TRADING STAMP. IT IS A CASH DISCOUNT ON PURCHASES MADE BY YOU AND IS GIVEN BY US AS A BONUS FOR YOUR LOYALTY A FULL BOOK OF SURETY COUPONS REPRESENTS AN ACTUAL PURCHASING VALUE OF PER CENT UPON YOUR EXPENDITURES. $2.50 A RETURN TO YOU OF 2 ONE SURETY COUPON IS GIVEN WITH EACH 10c OF YOUR PURCHASES. WHEN YOU HAVE COLLECTED 1,000 COUPONS. A FULL BOOK YOU WILL BE AT LIBERTY TO SELECT IN EXCHANGE NY MERCHANDISE EXCEPTING GROCERIES IN OUR GREAT STORE TO THE VALUE OF $2 50 AND OFTEN RRFATER ON SPECIAL SALES. OUR CHARGE CUSTOMERS WILL RECEIVE SURETY COUPONS ON PURCHASES AT TIME OF SETTLEMENT PROVIDED SUCH ACCOUNTS ARE PAID ON OR BEFORE THE I0TH OF THE MONTH, FOLLOWING THE DATE OF PURCHASES. -2 -- Cut iu thi.s line-- 40 Surety Coupons Free. CUT OUT THIS COUPON AND MAIL TO US WITH YOUR ADDRESS AND WE WILL SEND YOU BOOK WITH 40 FREE COUPONS (ome To Louisville at Our Epise When you have completed your shopping In this store, take your sales-checto the Transfer Dek at the south end of this building and we will rebate in cash five per cent of your total purchases, up to the amount of your round-tri- p railroad ticket.. SPECIAL NOTICE TO CHARGE CUSTOMERS: will be made at time of purchase only, not a time of settlement of aceunt. ks Name . Re-fu- nd Address ii tun ford InUrior Journal, Jan. 23. Stewart Dry Goods Co., INCORPORATED. in Connection with James McCreery, & Co., new york. Why should you continue to bs- Thousands upon thousands of wo. pcriment with halves, preasy lotions Jeirhne kidney or bladder trouble nnd fancy hair dressings trj'iuK to nnd never aiisuect it. 'onien's complaints often proe to rid your scalp of cerra lifef They can't do it because they cannot pene- be nothing elc but kiney IrouWe, trate o tho seat of tbe tioublo un,d or the result of ikidwy draw the Rerin life to the surfayo dnease. If the kidney h are not in u healthy of the scnln and destroy it. condition, they may euuse the other Why not try a PKOVEN REMEDY or!rana to beeome diseased.. One thnt will do this. We have u You may hiiffer n STeat deal with U'lnedy that will rid the scalp of lain in the back Waring: downVfeel-er- m nnd loss of unibition. life and in this wny will euro "'" hwulne-hDAXDHL'FF and 1TCIIIN0 .SCALK ' 1oor health wakes you nervous, MAYW0OD NEWS remedy is ZHMO, n clean, re- - ritable and may bo despondent; it ' v' ""iirv Owens fined, penetrating scalp tonic that makes any onu so. The li,l' "" diptheria. ill will" is uoes richt to the scat of the trou-- , Hut thousands of irritable, ner-b- le and drives tho Rerm life to the ous, tired nnd broken down women ' lr. and Mr. Jim Owens ,of Biotl. head, are at the bedside of their turfaee and destroys it. lmu. restored their health au.r rnedehild heie. .pitiimTAu lth,ZLM0 ANT1- - Mrenpth by the use of Swamp-Roo- t, Mr V M K:''ds ""d 'i Irwinee bL- i-r "nufly J? wnr'cnWS'Jhe , .Swumii-HnTuesdav. tlio to l.ese4. linnt' Hew life am! niul sniirf Sue Sampan , M,s,.s- - Maiparet and tllB """Ke "r " thP kUn hSf.fi! boUle of ?EMO " of Hnirodsbuiv were the uttrnetive today. la ' """" fact on a new principle EUt week. ..iiesiH of friends here Inst Many send fur a sample buttle to und will do exactly whnt we claim Mr. . T. Stephenson of Lebanon, lor it. the sjreat s)y what Syvamp-Uoo- t, spent Tuesday with the nomeiouvs. t Sold and endorsed by Penny's Kiddey, Liver mid bladder remedy on the sick-lisntt Iiok Wen W. 0. Every nadur of vUl. dofor, .tbem. Drux Store. fov hCM'inl not alreudr this jyiper, vtho ha NOTICE TO CREDITORS. tried it may address Drr Kilmer & Co rOLEY'S HONEY AND TAR Binduiintoii. N. Y. and receive a Lincoln , CSivuit Court I" ' COMPOUND "CU sample bottle free by, mail. You ran CASE." Amanda J. Doan, Admr. and etc .urthai-EVXRY the regular fiO-- lit nnu Afcrnffev. 'rr.. of the Plaintiffs vs. L. S, Doan and etc., bottles at all draff i reeoui-Ten- d defendants. tl)vs. tJehlitx Hotel. Omaha. Neb., All persons holding '(dajms against KoleyV Honey and Tur tho estate of W. S. Doan are hereBOOKKEEPING because it ourea in overy by notified to present nnd' file the "I have used it myself and I saroo with the undersigned comraiN-sione- r, lO TYPEITRITINGmI many oth-rhave recommended it to ITlFr.RAPHY i"J properly Aprov,en na required " T snce told me of t who have lUBld.?lL'!M!MG of by law on or before- February 1. eurntiv power in disensea "ret II rnMBt kM INHHIW nac m wnrm0. D. Ho'renee, M. C. L. C, C For all Uii kuklll VUtlMM. V " he throat and lungs." vouac mm n4 n..v,u pn Motda It U iedilv ef WILRI'R r, -ai1 n d Tumi r. einninp eoasiinp as this is rtea'thiv for the punw-- e. unit Mar. Mr. I'laiMH'e Tneker Arthur Johnson of Pnrksulle were the attraetiw quests of Miss Lehi Jones last week. Don't forget the Musical Heeital of the I'nion ehureh at lom'd K i'i body invited. Admission "0. free. Mis Lela Delle Jones beautitully eek in honor of entertained hi- -t Mis Mi.rv Kimhei'and of PmWthV. A larye erowd was present anil all nioed til" mines mid refreshment DANDRIFF AND ITCHING SCALP IMPORTANT TO ALL WOMEN READERS OF THIS PAPEH tine YIELD TO ZEM0 TREATMENT I t .!. '' I ir-T- M-i- buttfa l' ot da. .. e ft cnt'-d.ill- Com-noun- d. ,.. V K --- - tfSttSI'' 1 W nTKW' T" THE STANFORD INTERIOR J0UB NAL ISiiiw. Zi STANFORD. LOS 7.U.r KEWTMCKV SHERIFFS SALE FOR w ,Ji fc 1 r- s' - Li Btr. liVv t1 to 1 DELINQUENT TAXES Sitnrleton. a J.1m Sinilh. Mi--- . Kmc 200 neres... H.ll) 18.30 Kniirel. Airs. L. 73 nrres I, )V. 1 1. MeCnrly, Sheriff of I.3"i Stnltr. (leo. NIL (10 neres 0.20 county, will on .MONDAY, Tew, (leo. till nerrs 12, 1912, County Court tiny, offer for Trobri.lire. I). I... ill) acres ...12..I0 13&&1&1 D..'t0 in Wnucer. Auirtwl. .10land sale, tit Hie Comt House door 11.70 Wfhstor. II. T.. neics Ky., the following property We.e. Jacob LI" acres Slanford, tl.fiO returned delinquent, punio being tlio Wilelier. .Mrs. Ann 18 acres ... il.f.U Children naturally nerer think of .1. II.. 123 acres 4.03 amount due for slate nml county and Wilcher. .1. N.. 137 possible strain on their eyeaRnt when 3.:iO acres Wilelier. 3111 1. Said Williams. T. I).. 40 neres .. .12.10 school tnx for tho cnr poring oref a Uscinatmg book. halo to Infill at 1 o'elook 1. AL, sttui- - YltiroMe. Amanda INl.VNS aeres ll.SO It is up to you to tee they do not ruin (1.43 00 ueies tiarii nine, i lie nnnies oi moso pny- - Y.mnc. M. i:.. (eol)Nll 33 their young eyes these long evenings acres M.40 Martin. Lucv light. Iiir before thai date, will he htrieken Owslcv. Jim. (col) 33 neres ... 4.03 by reading under a poor W. L. MeCAKTV. Sheriff. off list. Stanford List (White) The Rayo Lamp is an tnniranco against eye troubles, alike for young Crab Orchard White Alsmnn. W. T.. Nit 110 acres . .$10.3(1 H.OO and old. Atulernoii, Dave, 21 acres..., $ 3.23 Drandeiilmnr. II. K.. 18 acies.. 8.(10 1.30 llrnmli'iibiinr. htanlev 103 A.. Avov, Henrv, 10 neres lamp, but it is constructed on the soundest d is a 62.35 The Rayo Drit'lit. .1. W. 120 acres 1.00 Carneiiler. Jennie and DovalKV.L ll.tllnnl, (leo. Nit f0 A tdentific principles, and there is not a belter lamp made at any price. 1010-1'29.05 2.80 for Dames, Win. two neres It is easy on the eye because its light it to soft and white and K.. 12 acies 11.05 2.80 Cash. Mrs. Henry, 10 ane.s Bickers. lte.iei widely d used. And a Rayo Lamp never 1). F.. .'17 acres 5.70 (1.05 Coinuiis. ltciige, Kiee, 100 acres tHaimjt T " Cadr lighted without remoring Aide finuh; .Daniels. Mrs. K. K. Nit 50 a.. 15.85 biMlMa a auar other MtUs tad -- .'.'" lllankenship, .Ins 20 acres... .(i.C5 lmwcs. um. 1 acres Solid UuiiiroughoiiL.nthiadmeiiicM l.'Jrt mWi drai I)iih. AitwfdWloibowrt"l'"'R,',,WOm Illankcuship, T. S, 10 acres.. :i.55 'l)elniH .las. Mf Kill acres.. I.JI0 lo Mtaer el V. Jllo H&Ij itonllilid r in Dliiiiton, J. D. 30 neres 5.70 Kelntttl. Amu 100 acres , :j&:j 2 A.... Standard Oil Company iioiihitt, f. .Onmorcs. Frank Hl. Kowland 4.05 4.G0 (iilliland. J. 1'.. :i 4 acres ... .1.10 Drool., .1. II, 73 neres JUKI llastv. A. J.. 2 acres Carpenter Dros., ILVL 2.S0 T.. Nil IKVL Mocker. (.n .l.ilmsnn. J.C. Nil. 450 acres ..20.01 Common.- -. W. I)., NK 111 A.. . .. .. ... .i ;1.55 -" Kittrcll. Oeo. 20 acres A. land Deltoid, J. 11.20 l.vons. Jus. N'K 1,1-- 2 acres.. , 4.55 Delaney, (leo. 23 acres WINTER TOURIST TICKETS ,10.50 o .)() l.iiiwlou). John 10 acres Delation, Klirn 13 neres TO r J. 7n ' Martin. D. Drvau. Dishon, F. A. NK 40 neres... 5.15 T. D.. 1K1L MM) (i.85 Miller. Jus. 4" acies IMiuiston. J. K. Il.tli 21.00 Moire. J. W.. NK 1(5 acies . . 1.00 Klmoro, W. I). 'M& 31 A h.55 Finns, Mrs. Linnia II&L.... 5.23 Nichols. i Hevnolds IbO acres . ll.5"i i, . minis, ii. it .. .! ni'u-i .'.) AND ALL SOUTHERN RESORTS Falconer, Den C'J acres 4.00 Iiolmis. Itoot. In aeles.. . 5.00 Houteii. U. 1.. II VI, Koulaml ON 8AUB DAUUY 'Fish, (leo. 8 acres 0.7 1 VIA 8:!3 straton. Joe S.. 2 neres e Gilkcrson. J. II., 1ISL In' "ci'ioiiin. ('has. 100 'Cant. Mr. David 240 :icres 2.H5 Sv.ser. John i D.m 1 acies .. 21.73 20 acre 4.05 Truxlor. li- -. ('. 1).. (iritliii. S. I)., (3 acres.... 2:il7. 00 (0 7.1T:i.so Wnde. W. W.. II&I, . . . EQUIPMENT SERVING .Guest, Aiinn 2 acres acre li". S.55 Ware. ('. '(lutinan. Win. 6(1 acies .. , ' ELECTRICALLY ALL MEALS .S.dt) 7.05 Yake. ,'aek. Ml. Molltc 4;i acres.... Hays, LIGHTED A LA CARTE 1.05 Stanford (Colored) Delinauent List Hilton. Jes.sio 25 acres... 1.00 . . . 1.50 Abb. Oeo.. 2 111 ris Illines, Ceo. 20 acres.... Aiidcis(iii. Jus. I1.. Nil II acres 0. !"i GOOD RETURNING UNTIL MAY 31, 1912. I Holmes. 1). V. 200 acies .. "l."i0 A: I 5.05 Ii'oscx. 20.10 ll.nlev. Holmes. Fred MJ 50 acres .!), ll.iiiL'limaii. li'ichaid Hl, FN FULL PARTICULARS. CALL ON ANY TICKET ACENT. QUEU & CSESCOT ROUTE, :i.20 Itatiuhmaii. Muck 2 aives 5.15 Hopper, Wm. 41 acies ... OR trwi I.50 2.05 Itrouu. M.. NK 1 acres Hopper, W. T., 15 nines .. ft C. KINO, Pa3Ko cr ami TLkct Atnt, 101 & AUla St. IXXLNaTON, KY. 1 acre 4 40 . 4.85 Drouu. Chailcv. li 'Hiis. W., HO acres 4.05 Itriiee. Dell. 1 acre . Iliiiberekson, (1. 1'. 15;i acres 22.75 Conlev. Lew 5 ai-- es . . S.00 4.10 acres. .1.85 Dawson. Sam. H&L ... Humble II. (col) 2 8.55 James, Dphraim 111) aeics ... 4.115 Klbott. Tom. 42 aeres . . . 1.(15 Knulemnii. Jennie l acri . JolniMjii, Mi. K. A. 115 acres 0.05 (1. 2.25 miner heirs acres .'1.85 KM.l, A. L., 2 acre (iriirsbv. Jim 10 nerc. :i.S5 :i.85 5.00 Uroes. .iiis.li. .111 acres .. Kuhr, Fied 07 acres 4.00 nele ... 2.05 Harris. Walter Iindslin, It., 7 acre 4.25 liny. Will acre 0.05 I In vs. Mack. 25 acres .. Linncy. Mrs. J. II.. 402 acres S.10 OUR DUTY TO OUR DEPARTED ONES IS PLAIN. 4.20 HiL'L'his. M. C. 2 aeies . .'1.20 Lopm, H. II. II&I 2.25 0.05 Jones. Amies NK II&L Meade, Henry, 50 acres WE SHOULD ERECT AN APPROPRIATE MEMORIAL OVli acres .. 8.G0 McGinnis, Mrs. Mary 41! acres 5.75 Jon's. Lewi. ER THEIR FINAL RESTING PLACE. J.GO Lacke. Tom. "1 7.50 Lackuv. Will 1 acre acie A. I.., 50 acre.s Napier, 4.53 . UNLESS YOU A MONUMENT IS NOT EXPENSIVE Lo-a5.55 Klix.i. 1 acre . . 2.05 Osbori., K. I... 00 acres GARE TO HAVE IT SO. 2.20 Mariah 5 acres . 4.G5 I.o'-'iiOnan. V. I.. 12 acres Jt anes 1.00 AND CONSIDERING OUR. WORK IS UNSU RPASSED 2.75 MeKoherts. Mandv Dlayforlb, Wm.. 10 acres S.OO 11 .Meislioii. John ll.tl. 'WK QUALITY, IS VERY CHEAP. WE HAVE A LARGE Ilamsev. Tom Nil 150 acres . 5.25 Middleton. I'oliv 2 ueies 5.S0 1.80 ucre .. Heed, Mrs. M. F., Nil G neres 10.55 Miller, (leo. Ji STOCK TO SELECT FROM. O'vslev. Linda. 1I&I. 'HUVMl 10.20 :i.s lie) nobis, M., 50 acres 7.511 l' inriiii. Men :! acres. . . Reynolds, Cloyd, li.'i acres.... :i.85 I'eillllall. We. 7 10 in le . 5.S5 reiliiuiil. inn .Ml l) acies .. Shelton, Win., 40 acies Allen. 1LVI Siusletmi, heirs 20u iV,4i acres .UO !l.' F.lleii. hens 7.00 bo Smith. Amanda 1.'I5 acres.... in .n Smith. Dob II&L Lexington. Ky N. Broadway, 42 :t.M . ('. II. NK, 24 neres ... 4.00 Tli.nmaii. Ale. Sr. II&L Todd, 5.80 5.M) 7.30 Lodue. W. I!.. 1I&I Wallace, .1. N.. 140 acies 2.50 3.S5 Watlins. Millie. H&l Anderson. J. K., (col) 1 acre '. Htistnnvillc White Delinauent List T Crab Orchard Colored Ailnnis. John. Sr.. 2.'5 aires . ., '.'it family as h ice, Ontis, Andrew, (5 nuies MR FARMEIl: Make your borne ! nuKiorn for your 4.G3 DnrncM, Slella. lti anes . . .till to ei the iatot market quotation Hi'jnis, I'libcc 15 acres flmdenco, am place joiirself in a 2.70 Dodimr. Thus !.! line- - . . l'l.'O " it our taVnhnuu pconuji'isliwl Ly tie-in- s 115 .uies U..! at Jfiiy tittw. This can lo :i.S5 lirniii'eiibni-.- . II.. ' IIiuis, liahc 2 2 acies is Kiiall ca4iiparel wit D. .. II&L Iwil.. S.40 wuldi .J'ou aii.l your uei'hli ra iwh jjet t'ur a huiu (hit H.35 CnineiCei. Kohiiison Jn. 'J A ( .1 (i.tls I... 50 aeies. . iiriifiiiei. tho iKjneiita r'eceis'ed X'.ill or a hirers mn nturvt .illite or write direct t Sutton Jack. MM, 'M ("Mruiutii. Mrs. NK 10 a 17.00 H.. 410 jeadipuvrtenf, Nalivide, Twin., lor informal! n ri'Kiirtling oar special "Far-rut:- Tiivlor. Mrs. .las. i:(7 A !.") :i.s." (l:nl:. Tom. 50 aeies Liiie"'rate. If vmi re not at pnwiii enj.iywi telephoue service, we Welch. Wm. Micli CotTicuii. S. W.. ui.e... S00 2.20 i can immediately hiterest von. Our line- - cover the butea of Kentucky, Welch. N.uiev. II.&I Coher. (lube 2 nerc- '.70 (Vol. I!.. Wavnesburn Delinauent List 1.10 aeies Tennessee, MwieSippi, Jvmuium and tLC tsouinwi. xruoo oi inuniua ano Coulter. M. C. II&L 5.00 EAST 1'ENN KSSEPr TEL. & TEL. CO. Alford. I). I. 12 A Kinou. Cow i n. .Mr-- . j:ila J I 7.00 ITNOOKP0K4 run- Ailnnis. I). I'. 140. A. ... ISinstctnn. t j. k'.. 'J5&100 neres Lewis nero..... 2o ncrM Ktt .... .... IDA WVILLE TOBACCO WAREHOUSE, The Danville Tobacco Warehouse, on Walnut St., make the following report for the week. The weather has prevented the weed from moving freely this week, though we have fairly busy, having good brake each sale day. Among those who made good averages are: J. F. Ware, Boyle County the Lamp Saves The Eyes ..... .... Danville, Ky., January 20. 3,215 pounds $476.73 low-price- Average $14.64 Average 18.80 15.70 16.67 16.57 15.00 Ed. Buchanan, Lincoln Smith, Irvine & .... 1,390 pounds 1,400 pounds 2,235 251.10 220 20 372.5C 171.51 73.50 1- Wilder, Boyle Average.. Average Average Average Average Average Average Average 1 -.- R. L. & W. C. Hundley, Boyle Vernon pounds i, J'l--,- ,',. Lear, Lincoln, 1,035 pounds 490 pounds 1,385 pounds . -- II-- R. E. Purdom, Boyle m .,. .... Brummet & Bradshaw Mercer . 212.40 121.09 117.94 476.17 1525 17.55 16.38 17.00 J. A. Johnson, Boyle & Rice, ,, 690 pounds 720 pou'ids ' FLORIDA all I5SS55555s7I ,nng cars '' Pelphrcy Garrard , K. S. Woods, Salvisa 2.800 povnds 1 s I I ) Best Prices Last Week $28.50. DAILY WE HAVE BEEN TOLD BY TOBACCO BUYERS WHO GET REPORTS THAT Vr. HAVE THE BEST MARKET IN THE STATE. WE HAVT. REPRESENTATIVE BUYERS FROM LIGGETT & MYERS, AMERICAN TOBACCO CO., P. LOllRILAiiO L CO.. R J REYNOLDS TOBACCO CO., BESIDES StVERAL INDEPENDENT FACTORIES AND BIDDING IS SPIRITED ON WE KNOW WE CAN GET YOU THl TOP PRICE FOR YOUR TOBACCO ALL GRADES. PACKERS 10 PUT YOUR TOBACCO OH SALc IN THE MOST ATTRACTIVE STYLE, AND AN AUCTIONEER WITHOUT PEER IN KENTUCKY-C- OL. R, E. HOLLAND WILL GET ALL THAT IT WILL POSSIBLY BRING AND TAKES A PERSONAL INTEREST IN EVERY GROWER WHO SELLS WITH US. D0NT TAKE OUR WORD, ASK ANY UNPREJUDICED MAN WHO FOLLOWS THE SALE DAILY WHERE THHE REST AVERAGES ARE MADE IF ANY DOUBTING THOMAS QUESTIONS THE POUNDS AND AVERAGES ABOVE, ASK THE SELL ERS THEMSLVES, OR BETTER, COME AND EXAMINE OUR BOOKS AND IF WE DON'T VERI FY THEM WILL GIVE $100 TO DANVILLE'S CHARITY ORGANIZATION. FQR A YOURS SQUARE DEAL. .... I..S--- I i IIJIJIIIIIIll HRmnru3ii UBJBBBBiBH -) (. 1 1 'Vvy.'vw' MONUMENTS na 1 1-- 1 .... DfOTUE P. S. TOBACCO (INCORPORATED.) WAREHOUSE. Walnut Street. We are a Straight Commission House. We do not buy or allcw a Pin-hook- er on ii. .... 9BBaBsSBBKSPMpiHHaM 5ii-'n- . Crimci- - 12 neres . Oiwii,, ( W. hrs 19 acres (itciliii. Alc.v 5 acre Our Breaks. ... ... s . 1.10 1.75 I. '.5 J.L.Beazley &Co UNDERTAKERS ER AND ORAL. MAT. THAT WE WILL ENDEAVOR DURING 1912-Resolved" Wm, Adams & Son RUriAL (.'ra. llo.-r.vr. Willis. 1IA.I Milt 1 -- sx'.iv.w'ay'''''. tzLEFHQNES. m ... 1 Mail. HncLcr. Oieen. M.icki-t- . MiH-l.cr- Hunt-o- n 10 acres ILVI 7 2 aerer 2.8'. ;t S. I.S. h.ljO ALSO IN .... . Sarah i. H.-iir- SH 15 7.7 .!.! 1 nor.- - FURNITURE, .Icihn-ni- John-m- i. .lnblloli. .bine-- l.'tch. H-i- lacic I'D 25 acres .u-r.'- s ... . im'-v- , 1 1 .Mar'iii. .I.tlui li a. ics oi tiiiii-L- . Alt'. ml I at-iM ( 'il HI, ll i. (!tl, 1 MlTtl ( I. mis. Will Lee. 'It.lilv Kit. ILVL IIilTe. 4 .icm !l 1 lll-t. ...j :t.t' . I l.- 7.7i' TINGS, RUGS EXCHANGE THEY WILL FURNITURE if, -, -. THE YEAR aci.'s !.'I. U5 FOR ALL KINUS OF STOCK GIVE THEM RIGHT. A 1912 AS WE HAVE SINCE :i.s". 1.75 '. f. I.S5 2S.7H I.P5 '! CALL. PRICE THE ORGANIZATION THIS BANK TO OF .. 1 Kit.-ui- . 1 Slu-arl- 1 1 Cs. Adam-- . J If You Have Money - WE WANT ; ',. IT' Aker. J. W. 12 A It.istin. John til) A Il.istin. .las. II. 20 A. . . lSastin. Mrs. J. X. 70 A. Ilnuub. Silas llaiiL'b II. 0 A !) A D. (1. 10 A l).llli;l.elt. .1. . U.iwsiiii. John 1 acre Delk. F.. 20 acre- -, lul Oetheriilue. II.. acre 1 L. aeies . . i.7tl 2.85 J.'.IO 'lolner. Tn.-c. l'llM.ili. Will. 1S7 IIiiIiiii-i.- ti .Inn H.VL . Ttiiii. 2 nritw Sinsletuii. Jas 22 acies lli' 'u'nii. (Krai II J lieuSinUl . .Mmifiiret. N'U ILVL St.'.'l,.. hi'is ILVI . .MilU .I,,- -. ... .. .. .. ,. .inn DEVOTE t" OUR TIME. SKILL AND FALL AND WINTER STYLES fall anil vtinier -- niii are uuw rtsitly rui uur 1iihk etl.iu Ttiey comprise the ucl on the luuihc can iiilt uuuiie an to price Atiu in. bis clothes mud,, tt order. A "'ill made to our mcauu.e ta profernble to reitdy made clotliei. To Haw Ihfin made to mennure doesn't cost any more tt.an ready made when quality My lieu and fit ts cuin.ld.-relet uie take jour H. C. RUPLEV. CoiuH CAPITAL TO PROMOTING THE WELFARE OF THE BANK AND - . :t.S5 ;i.5o I ... .(Ml ILVI lvjii ;i.s-- ITS CUSTO- Tiicl.u. Welch. WilkiT-iu- .Miicbfll ILVL Ki'.brv ILVL ILVI I I.S5 . 185 ''() MERS. I . If You Need Money . W HAVE IT . . Ducklev. W. A. XII 127 A. Itureliett. K. S. Nil. 50 A. S. Nil. 05 A. On neuter. J. I,. 50 A. .. Channel. J. (J. 72 A liirlam. J. J.. acies h.it . W. I'.. IS lines . .M.. :i.",0. fll&'.O A 0. Jooeh. S. F... '10 lines 10 iivi-iis- 2.20 . 7.110 I5..V, i I).. 1 s LINCOLN . Joode. Will 8 Col;r. ts'Villlbe' well cared for and wi solicit , Xour Patronage. Cool:. J. Jf. 4 A Cra inoue. Itev. NK. li A Commons. D F. 51 A. Delloide. J. D. 2 A Fain W. I,. 50 A A. (r. Fur Killbm Heirs. GO A lalev. Minor II&L Indies. J. S .. . .. .air. J. I!.. Nil. laud . uir. J. S.. M&I Ulcus. (Jeo. F... acie .Meadows. Jake 1 acre Mi'ls. Martin 115 aeies Moielanil. Mrs. M. W. Tl aeies l'aMeis,in. Lie 90 acres I'ol'iimer. Viiirenx 80 acies.. 4:i-I.iei- i1 acies (i.7'i 2.05 5.S0 8.00 (i. 10 YOUR DRUGGIST STOPS THAT ITCH If j nu nre Fiifferlns Th ni"iirf l'rclic" Tn, In ttim COUNTY NATIONAL BANK next to Court lloiimt Faull.ncr. John F,. 1 A Florence. Jan. fi&l A Fouls II. II. NK. 100 A. k. iKiS"-''-'. !"( MMgaegagg v ShanFrkr.l. K v W -- r . Viw onhirtir i , 1 ; i.,". V'.i' ' . Don't Fail iOiitX. the rattendSanders. L. BIG-Sta- r lw- ; !' - surplus $25,000 Sale that is I PC V,. K yri, llreAt Bargains For Everybody., fitiina, Enamel Ware, Notions, OT?" derwear and Clothing. Prices are lower than the lowest. Crab Orchrfldt SANDERS: LJC" A, acres .... Kin'.'. J. A.. 80 ucres 18.80 Vociim. AA. &. V. C. GO A. J.. NK 43 neres .., 'Lilt. Minvntw. M.. NK10:i acres,, McMullen. Iah'iii). 3 acres $3.10 Mopian. I .nisii. 23 acres , , II&-3.85 MoTiMii. John K.. 140 ucres ..8.55 liuileu Mm-s- , II&L 5.50 . 5.25 Itin'oii. (leo Murnliv. ('.. IS acres 3.85 I'livne. C. NK 35 neres .... ..8.30 Dlalu. (li'v. II&L neres ... 1.95 . 2.75 llriuht. H. H.. 3 I'ittiimn. I,.. 117 acres 10.05 Driirbt. J. T.. N. It.. 4 uercs . . 3.05 KnnKc. (lotlieb SI aeres ..,, 3.2U Kaleii'h. (leo. 411 acres . . . . , . 7.20 Drown. Tom. 1 acie 0.00 were II 75 Drown. Joe. 4 Kevnolds. Join KU G.15 3.15 iiiiritult. John 7 acies li'eviivlds. JelT 110 acres u acres 0.50 Durdett. Sarah 5 acres Kcviiouis. 4.G0 Kiee. W. T.. Nit 150 nervs . . 4.G0 Durtoii. I.e.. hrs 10 acres.... . 15.20 5.75 Cainis. J. M.. 1 ucre Kiebards. 0. A. 28 acres . 2.20 KiW. Alta. Nil 109 neres . . . 4.55 ( inter. Sallie 1 Here ..4.85 Kiniro. I). C. Nit 54 neres... . 3.50 Clovd. Weslev 114 L . 2.20 Kitnw. Joiv77 acres .5.75 Clovd. John NIL II&L . 2.00 II&L- Hqbinsmi. wui., .'t ucres 2.85 COOIV'I. lIllDllllll 28.47 3.85 Durhara. It. C 77 acres ltoland. (1. -- .. 70 acres .... ?.75 ItosK, Jas. 320 neres 10.80 I'nrrJH. lien I arre 2.20 3.85 Frvc. Ilettie. 5 neres Suns, (j. W,. "J.) neren Kin1.'. Fussola. I). II&L A. Oooch. Martin.l (Snoch, Col.. 05 ncics (locr. J. W.. NK 72 acres jHii'.'L'ard. K. O.. H&I. Hitu'irard. W. U.. 70 nerei. .. Hatter. Dick. M&I, Menerv. J, N.. l.'I aeres.... Hick. Davn ll&I, illotm. Tom. 11 acres Hiitcheson. li. I).. .'10 acres 50 neres..., Jeiitsch. st 1- -2 Aii'-Mi- Francis, rhas. 150 A. ... ... ... John .'lO&lO I'm .loin. J. II.. :! acres Keel. Frank. 4 2 acres Hue & Turner. H&I Kobnid. 1). ',.. ueies Sehueab. John. 50 acres Similes. C. .1. 15 acres Smith. M. J.. 7 acies :t.K0 Smith. Tom. Jr.. 1 neic '1.80 t Smith. Will. I1&-5.75 Slonifs. Oeo. 20 neres Stephens. J. II.. Nil. 5 aeres. 17.15 'I'nvlor. Mrs. M. 50 neics . .. 5.75 2 20 Wade. Dehmiii Nil. land 1 acres Walls, Jake. 7.75 4.40 W. L. IS Wilchei. 4.85 Owen 4 A Wi'lis. Wri'jht (Jep. II Jt Ij 10.00 1 1- -2 1 two tracts. from Eczema, or any other kind of akin troulii-- . ilrup Into our Nto e for In. Wo will KUarantee you Htanl relief. 4.85 to Htop Hint Itch In two cond. A :6c trlul liottle will provo It. 8.00 We liavo noli! other remeillen for 8.80 nkln troulilen. hut nonii that wo couM (105 l more lilKhly than 111" 0.10 knunn cmnpniinil of Oil of Winter-Krc.- n Thymol nnj a other .h that have nroiiKht such won. 31.15 iltTfut nil over the country. 11.10 Thin compoiiiii). known i.h D. D. D. I'rexcrlntlon. will cool anil heat the (1.113 Itch), hiirnlnir Hkln nu nnthlntr rim 20.U3 can. lift h bottle unJ see on y off r. 5.00 our 21.80 Shuaars and Tanner. Stanford. Kv. 2.20 XT) 4.05 5.20 Stanford. Kentucky wi-l- 'w no-pa- We Pay PLENTY OF LUMBER for nil purpoacs. So ON HAND Highest Market Prices For U ou want to , , PROTECT YOUR HORSE Also yourself ivbcn tlrivinir this cobl build a house, a bum, a chicken coop, a dog bouse or a fence, come here for the mnteriuls. We huve all sorts and sites in both ro'tgh and finished lumber and if e cannot Miit yon in kind, iuuntity. quality ami price, nobodv eun. J. A. ALLEN. All kinds ol Produce, Hides and Furs. yeti us bofore jou sell, j;et price in eountrv or dcliverefl. Stanford. Ky. 1 1- -2 i. weather. We arc benilquarterH for K -- .... .... , Horse blankets, lap robes and car-nbeuterH.' Ami all horsemen's luppUes. I C. .... MeCUBY; Stanford. Ky When piven ns noon as the croupy couph appears Chamberlain's Cough Itemedy will ward off an nttuek of eruup and prevent nil danger Riid TIiouhuihIs of cuusr of anxiety. mother ust it Hiieeessfully. Sold by 0. U I'miny. H.B. NorthcoH. T. K. Tudor. Mr. PHONE 153. ) fi Vv- - ty wn- - r- - . .'"H MAL STAMFORD, KENTUCKY I THE STANFORD INTERIOR JOUR I SOCIAL and PERIORAL Mrs. J. C. Kulinnkri visited relatives in Onrrnrd this week. Mr. nnd Mrs. Cnrlton Klkln ,of Lancaster were horn a nhort tlmo Inst week, visiting friend. Mrs. V, S. Denlinm Hpent acvcrnl ln-in Dnnrillu hud week, the Riicst of Mrs. .Ini. llntchins. Mrs. C. J!. Miller, of Rochester, 111.. bus Ihcii hero for Hcvcral dny visititur lier brothcro, MeBnrs, ,1, ('. KubiinKs, of tliU city nnd M. H. of Doyle. Mm, Cli'o Urown writes from Los Angcle, fnl.. tlmt tliq nnd her moth-e- r, Mrn. Mnry Williams arrived there J. Ii'olmnn. Mifely, IImS lier mother Mood I .c Airs. J. It. I'jixlnti htirnf uivnrn1 I rip fine nnd in feeling much better dnj-- with her brothers in Lnnensterl Mt. .Mr. rnxton went over Monday nnd i ii.i.i it;ial Joe Mnck Ncwhtnd cumo over returned with her. from Lexington nnd tspent several The Wnrnn (irigshy Chanter. Unit dayn with h'w mother nnd brother ed Dnuchtcts of tbn Confederacy here. will meet on Tuesday, the 30th, with Mrs. T. M. Thnteher nnd daughter Mrs. Stwnn Veneer, nt her home on I'linboth, returned hxmie Snturdny Ijinonnter street. after n monthV visit to her non, Johu MisH Lynn N'nc of Junction Citv Thnteher, in New York City. Somcr is the attractite guest this week of Fet Times. Mihfl Rcclla HuH. Mri. W. A. Hrown of PnTksville, (J. V. Kocer of Tnmernvil1e. went who Ims been dangerously ill for Sev to Louisville Sunday to consult with ern! iliiyn is thought to be xltshtlv ( Charlie Whitemoon about his wifo's better, nnd while her life still hnmrs condition, .Mrs. Kogcr has been on ii brittle thread, her physician with cancer for some time nnd thinks it is posiht she Mill (jot tip hiT friends nre very uneasy over her nrnin. condition. sill-Cori- l.ognn Mc.Citll Bpcpt .Sunday with his parent n nt Mnrctftburg. Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Wcnron nnd Mrn. "W. I'. Kinenid spent Monday in hnneiiFter. Mis. Af at tic Kcvius is the guct of her cianshter, Mm. .). K. Iluck it Gilbert' Creek. MisH Minnie Hurgc of Crab Oreh. nrd. visited her cousin Miss Snllie ft. Fnruier, hero Monday. .1. J'. I'lirsiiim returned to his home in Ilor.Bton, Texas, Inst week nfter a pleiiciiiit isit to relntitcs here. Miss Helen White left Inst week for Mobile, Aln., where she will mnko a lengthy visit to her sister, Mm. (.'. ! licv. I). M. Walker of the Chris-.lin- n I'linne 151 to Juo. 0. Lynn's meat ehiircb nnd Itev. J, I!. .ImitM ill the Itupt iL ehuidi will preach market lor best meat, prompt de.nt l'ine flrow ehunb Wednesday livery. Fresh fish ccry Friday. uiglit nt 7 o'clock iiNo at Miiywood Dr. A. S. Moffett, who recently I'J'hur-da.- v night nt 7 o'clock tendered his rcsiL'tuiHim nt. nuii.,. ci . " "i"ivwi I. T. Conn, of Ada, Okln., mid oI. "I0 Veoinl Presbyterian church w eek. WI" prench his farewell sermon Sun- Mis, Keltic Viinhook. of the .Sinif- - ,i limner Kcntuekiii ii. 'ends tlif I. .!., ,. i,r. .uoiieii expects to leave mid hnil his Mibscriiition mark ley section has been ouilc ill with the i n ,ed up five years. Xuw you're shout next wed: for Punsacola, Flu., in grip lor severnl days. which city he has accepted the Karl R. Coleman has accepted n ing. of the Presbyterian church position as prescription! in Lee's Enterprise. Prominent men nt Ml. Vernon nre Drug Store at Middlesboro. I to has trying to get up a stock company to e had considerable in tin. Constipation is the cause of many drug business nnd will prove a valu hold a fair there this yenr. ailments nnd disorders thai make able man to Mr. Lee. Take Chnibcrlain's Itev. J. 0 Livingston will prenih ut lifn lit. ion next Sunday morning at Stomach and Liver Tablets, keen SHORT LOCALS. 11 o'clock. Atl are invited to hear jonr bowels reeular and vnn will W. S. Fish represents onlv the llVoid tllCSU diseases. Vnr aaU Ktf him. dbsi ana strongest insurance com0. L. Penny. panies. Let him keep you protected. Kev. Joseph Knlloii will prench at Air. and Airs. Lounn Thnmntn nf next Suiidav The Siinbenm Hand will celebrate Mt. Xeuia ... .... ,. afternoon nt ,..ir..... tMI II I'HK'K, the Preacbcrsvillc section, have the l Ililll tho 25th nnnivcrsnrv next Snndnv. wnp!tiiy ot mnnv fuemU ! ihn Janunry, 28tb, nt 2:30 P. M., nt the The K. C. did not get in until o.ie loss of their four months old !tist church, hvcnbortv in v ted o'clock Suuil.iy morsimr. being BOTJ. to nttond this service. about four hours bv a wrc.-l- ; at Flnn.'ignii, this side of Winchester. Wo desire to thank our frien.ls Daniel Itusscll nnd Afiss Afnllii- ?.'o. 33, Hie fast tiain between nnd neighbors for their kindness Lndcrson were mndinno at the1 homn and Kiio.xmIIc, had the tiueks 6hown us during the illness of Itev. J. 0. Livingston on the 11th of it lender jiinin the truck at tint!, of our darlins babv. Air. nnd dcnlh nn,l fro Koth bnve mnny friends who wish poult mid a disastrous wreck came F. L. Thompson. them every happiness. nea- - resultins. 7-- 8t ' pas-torate exm-ricneJHI-s- Mrs. A. It. Pearson and handsome son Arthur, of Sondes. In.l .. I.i lien recent visitor- - ..r M L ,..i .in.- .- i. n mm mill ill lllgninmi. J. N. Snunders went to Mt. Vernon today on legal business. Ap N'cWiiH is with his brother Joe Kevins nt Lancaster this week. J. (J. Carlton, district agent firr the International Harvester Comimnv is w oi king out of Lancaster this ...... "'...,.. ... Interior Jouinnl nnd dnilv Courier Journal one venr it. Off.-- r l.,,.,,1 'onlv this month nnd nct. iT" in.Vy L- -, (Icnernl store 011 . . "1.hm'1" ly mis otticc. '""" I'hiw. 7-- fnnn for Ap- - step faun first! j &-- wealth ooen you wish to be rich-loh- ave things that money controls SAVING TO-DAY. 'bank account beginning. Everything has awealth is The to saving. If all the a lle - Cin-(ltili- START GREAT mm SEVERANCE'S JANUARY m m i.-- Open an account at this bank. Even a Dollar will do it STATE BANK & TRUST CO., Stanford, Ky. Capital $50,000. Undivided Profits $4,098.94 Deposits $75,481.90. W. L. McCarty, Pres. M. B. Salin, Cashier. I" renewing bis biibscrijition for A CHANtE TolmKE a src'ffBirf" another year. David Elder. Jr.. of i . ' j : . ;n :...., i ,...!.. ,K...l.i.. i.n. iiiimi iia;..h t i v ims, upiiicgiunu ii in,, ...,v.,u .luurjimi nas some a w ..w.l..v n.:.. n.uu wuuuiy :..i wu win uuiiu)inc niiiivu uu. .j . . wiiiie a ra.: "nen.e continue your ex- - Yvrv. '"""vv oblwitions to meet witb-- . is; Knliv . .. x,. ...Ini the nest two in trnikn n. ninll ,7. ... i, :n .... ,.,.nt .,..,. ,i.. i " y ' lr ennm u:k. ,Juyi"&' i '' . , i .; , , ,.,. i ii "i J ..., . do v OUI Willie i kit iil ..i.. ii i it ..iii rii'ii ir nr. nil .,.!""?- r I'm shtrhtest trouh e in 4ntin n'v i .. I.... ,, I Juki hick up si ciojik suooscTiDe: nn ;..... li . is whose subscription has expired wSl 11IUU Will "Viva send in a dollar nt nnno Tko ... v 10 iuuku mis oe in while ii is The Baptist Womans Missionary enouph subscrintions owincr to keen u" J.!mt,.of, lhp Society will meet at the homo of nuchtv lttlo we bolc-- " and there ia would aDDreciate. Mrs. J. F. Cummins 'Friday after- more nirht at this tinm thnn tn hn.A vou.scjid in ,t bat, dollar at onve, Jfr noon, 2Gth, at 2:30, o'clock. Those who have not contributed to 1 the von are one nr thm vnnit .,.. c..LZ COTTON & SHEETINGS us this time, bv doinp- - so ri"ht now7 Christinas offering will plense send in their contributions by that time. His many friends will be rind . For 9c and 10c ouatitv bleach cotton know that Dr. A. S. Price has rebest for all our- Hyomei has often saved the life of covered bis health to such an nt l-- 2c a croupy child mothers should alooses for that he will now be nble to nr-ways hae a bottle on hand. Guar turir to his office regularly For Berkley Cambric Hsnalry sells after anteed by O. L. Penny fdr cata'rrh, Wednesday of this week. at 12 now croup etc., Outfit Separate SOO yards of Blue and Grey American Pilgrim Calicoes at Special prices en bleach cattens For choice 15 this season's tie ,ri0 cents. stvles suits that brouoht CARD OF THANKS. sheeting. Buy now We take this method to express $1 There is a great difference in life and $12.50 earlv. now FURS NAINSOOKS & LONG C0LTHS our heart-fe- lt gratitudo and appre- -, insurance policies. Mutual Benefit All Furs at half price. Never as pop ular as now For choice of twenty five Black, Haw and fancy suits every ene an ex ciation to each one, who in any way nrp nnrlnr I Polirllt I .on .h, tl.38 administered to the comfort and For a licit of 12 yards old glory cellent style brought early $15.00 y"- - Why not buy the best? R. M. pleasure of our dear departed husnow long cloth. 500 yards of Amoskey Ginghams Spring 1912 styles at IOC band and father. May tho God of all Styles were never more staple than they are this season with 28 Inch Newland Agent. $1.69 grace bless nnd keep you. Mrs. Long For bolt 12 yards fine Nainsook coat and plain skirt, always goed. Other fine suits at about half price. Tell rnc the article vou will buv and children. 500 yards of Manchester Cambrics light and dark colors l-- 2c (t.oon, I will have' illustrated cata500 yards Pajama cloth in small logues nnd factory prices sent you. For choice of splendid mixed coats that are worth $9 to $10 LACES AND HAMBURGS John It. IIi?iim. crrocerv. Danville, checks soft finish 35 inches avenue Stanford, Ky. Sales infor. J0 .. 1,500 yards of Hncn Torschorn, Laces and insertions at at J. LC mation leporter fJr M. S. I. A. large factories. Mail order houses and 500 yards of baby check dimities clients. 400 yards of Imitation Torschorn and insertions at For choice of black and fancy coats worth just double. " SALE! BWWiHBMBBIMBMBI MHHB! ... 'P. our uinjrim goods sale with January Stock Tins vour oniHirinnilv k.,..: 'imnnnl n('.icli " vonic anu '. r ""y or sun at aoout nan tneir real value. Cleaning up time snoppmjr here inventory soon me greatest preinveniory sale neie. aiu liistory'of this store. Strike the on ... .....' 1 a j. 1- i.u hot Ginghams, Calicoes and Cambrics. Suits and Cloaks. 7 &8c es-te- 9 4c yd 2s 10c . $6.90 $7,75 2 .... 5c ..... - $5 ed-g- es 03c 10c 10c, 15 to 25c -- $7.50 mm SPECIAL COATS I I 500 yards of Covenant patterns edges and Insertions at READY MADE SHEETS All sizes In sheet? and pillow cases bought at special prices yards of Plaids and Checks white goods in a 12 I 2c grade. Buy now at 500 500 flue plush coat size 36 58 indies long was $35.00 now JiLy fine plain broadcloth coat size 40 cream satin lined price was w .3 m. Si l"..kA,:''LIW.NS: Catarrh Cannot Be Cured llwi. - 3 u,,on,1 nd in yrafr to cut " ? It sou ' "ol mul ru far this sale as they last at yards extra value Ite 10c $35 ifmi- .flu;l.rM',''r."p"a.u,' ill n"ini ',$19.50 a great opportunity U get a handsome ceat at BED TICKING I SYSTEMIC CATARRH RELIEVED "vPERUNA. . . t t" . In India Unetii New is abet half price t BHIf rmu run tor rooiUMUoa. My Husband Also ' short letwths 15c orade Parana. IW w:. Fsr 81X96' Hemstitched Ihuth sheets good weight as ln at All 59c IOC colors in Nos. RIIBONS FOR BEADING and 2 fancy wash ribbons a bolt 5 vards i. NEW 48c 75c, and 98c els Mr. , Dells Kay 'fi'rfm- TABLE LINENS, T0EU. In ao.hwnes, 3, Inches and.ll Inches wlde,jaraiitteed;ta MM feathers BOWMAR'SMARDI GRAS TOUR: Uli, whoa At tV . Excellent values in TaWe Uncus at ft teJ B wmar8 'Tours. Ver- eoupanrSal 10c t -- UMBRELLAS far HAIR RIBBONS Hair bow ribbons In Holrc. Cords and checks at PEARL BUTTONS Extra value for this sale, 2 dozen for Get ready for the spring rains. Chlldrens school umbrellas TURKISH TOWELS Soeclal values in Bleach Turkish Tow EXTRA SPECIAL K 39c 25cyd OC at 13 & 24C One hundred iadiss or gents' $125 and FLOOR 1.50 umbrellas . .... ...VOC - COVERING Kv.. for foldere civine de- j?". ,dcnJ. "eMonallv :! j Mardi Gra Tmir dnv. M. 14. HU2. visitine New Orleans. Mobile.. Montc-ouierv-. I) w Inclusive. eot: limited Ala., etc nnrtv: nvervlhinL' first-clas- s. YeInwtn.m I'urlc Tour in June. 1912 sailles i tblf i.,: li.Oonde St.,l Tipton, Indl m-- write a The IaavpPerun Co., retldeast nlUwdwhol 858 1 tetUmo-- l BBBBBBMI '..,- asaav . jaaaaaBaaaiB Hv v AviH jt For loom dice liemcd napkins, the dozen ... 43c New Room size rugs $10 to $25. OilCloth New Llneoleuins . and KA lO til "Eight bo Seats for "Tho Girl of Eagle tleaotreruna Ranch" on sale at Shugars and complotoly 's tTan-uer- u follows ystemio : aTlaaK!aaaaaaaaH vaaaaMaaaai drug storo todav. cured mo of ca- L BaaaflailiaB Now is the time for your white sewing. We have many pret ty ihings in fancy white goods and embroideries we havn't room tojJ- mention here. -- frt K J tarrh of sevRov. J. J., Dickey will pn.ach at eral yoara Goilieii church ilext Sunday after- - tandlng.and noon at 2:30 o'clock. If my husLaaaBallllls band feels badly or either of us catch cold G. McClary vS r once uk reruns." Stosutch Trouble. wo at . i. hi ft-- '- ,i SEVERANCE KENTUCKY. & SON, STANFORD, -:- ?5! R,f UNrtATAKCPi . - 1 ;; AN k' v.-- . ma; i Mrs. Wilson Robinson, 7W KestU Ohio, writes t' "i reel nice a new person. I har bo more Heavy feelings, no more pain, ctea't belch up gag, can cat mo.t asy. VMVwahoat It hurting me. I wtn orkUarail ths time. I hTB ajalB4 twea.ty-ispound. "ttopla taat ma bow and taw w waMta wo mm Md for-iwt- tViLMM r t only UotMfallaMats. " 't"!l"Ul aatontalM4. w sasl tnmu,r mm !& I'T't'iiWiJn ". tta, rwWMNNMCIMr IIIZ. ii3AiUi.ii i m hsm' i '.; y nJ V ! '- - - fc. .(f,Vs-'i- . WH u 0l 00 if. j fHE STANFORD INTERIOR JOUR NAL STANFORD, KENTUCKY 00M0010CJ: ioB0ioo0ao'ooioo"ooiO' oo"oioo"ooioioo00i o THE FARMERS (iO & a M Inventory Sale tory and in order to reduce our stock as much as possible before that date, we offer our stock of o n N On Feb. 1 we will take our annual inven CO V Wuuicd. Some urns for nlinut sheep. H. J. P.mhiy, Jr. U For Sale. acres of timber .nnd on Oltenheini iko Frank Coleman, Kouto, 1 Stanford, MO bale of mixed liny for wile. Mr. F. II. Imructl, llustonville "Keen warm:" Imv a rnrrin wheat rr niiil n lni roliu of .J. ('. McClnry. .IikIjc II. J. lletliiiriuii ,of Somerset while in .Mt. Vernon holding court, lionulit n fine borne from Mr. Koy Henzley. The animal cost him Muck It. Kubnnks mild last week to Ilrijiht and Fo.x, of Movie, 1 1 of his very Iiifjli chss nniiu mules at $'22' a piece. These hybrids weighed owr I.Mh) pounds aronnil, and lire extra f iii. Iliighl Sc Fox usually whip their nruhase- - .south lint is Q Ithat tliev ImiihIiI theseit nudes'reported ot .Mr m Q I'nlianks for a party in .Marion conn-- t. who has been anxious to obtain O tlS-Htl- -t $-.0. Ilutter is nonrinir nnd U expected lo reach tiO cciiIh a pound in N'rw York. lliem tor some time. ;. 4C r &r o m O FALL & WINTER GOODS O '" ii i 'j J T. Pope, of the Miirkshury hoiiht ol lioli lleiiiy 17 rice-Iio- u, nice Vss Consisting of Men's, Boys' and Youth's Clothing, Overcoats, Underwear, Hats, Heavy Shoes of all kinds. If you are in need of anything in our line it will pay ' you to come and look over our stock as we certainly can SAVE YOU MONEY and give you firstclass merchandise. r Jo.ini; shouts .it ,t:!.'i for the huiieli. He vill fted them this spring1 nt the place, lit recently bought in that .Mr. Pope also l-1 i'l 1(1111 o MB a coup! ouii;: lieilers, for which he paid Nelson W. S. (tililis Maree i t'pnet. FFS K . i Remember when we say COST we mean it So NOW is your time to take advantage of this sale. Thanking you for your past patronage and wishing a continuance or tne We remain yours- - & Cummins & Wearen, Stanford. Ky. The Heme ot Hart, Schaffner & Marx Clothing. m m i i ri$(g:-iiaa0- Qaaa'''aoagoaoaoiaaaeaio &t&&&&& - &&&&&&&&&&& UNDERWEAR Men's heavv fleeced. and ribbed J v underwear. 50c quality now ovc per garment. Dress shirts. $1 quality now 79c; 4 5Qc quality, n2W 39c. Also a few men's hose, gloves and $ 2 suspenders at cost. 5 m. , Jiinie Illicit sold l.'.OOO pounds of tobacco at the People's waiehousc at p.mville at 11 cents: (Sen. A. Thom.in of III' s.line .seclioii sold 10.000 pounds to Mr. Kiueanl at 1(1 cents, ('. II. Flannerv and soa .,old J.Wti pounds to the'sjinie buyer at 11 and J.000 pounds nt S cents Jas. I. Hamilton bought a 7,000-poun- d tobacco eiop from Jessie Snn-diand n similar sized at l'J fiop from Floyd Curtis at 8 2 cents iind L'.OUO jKiuuds nt 4 eents. Mr. -2 I -ct-nt-s w le 1-- i .a. r . &. iii-- rA". u: V ,V Son?., of Ijij.'lo-ttoo- d Slock Farm, Shelhyxille, litixu sold to I). .M. .Mon.sces & Sous, of Smithtou, .Mo., their hi jack, Duke of Sluolix. n sixteen hand fellow that woiflis l.'liu pounds. .Mr. tltlilis has already sold Mr. .Monsces some chauipiou jacks, uududiu llih Tide the jack that luou-l- u f.'.d.lll at Mon-scclitis sale. ('has. T. .Mudd last week hold to K. F. I luckier and Virgil Sanders 'JO head of cotton mulct at an average price of 17.'). He also sold to the .same persons a pair of bi;j hoi-shorse mule for r; mules for :.'HH: rin.) anil otic liure mine lor tiiii. The mules weie shiip'd to Atlanta I.otlisMlle Times. '12. the tirt of the eek. W. S. Smith II. I'. Kaolin, of lower (iarniTil, .sold to W. II. Ilurton, of l.anciisi.r. 'sold to Simon nnd .lonns Wed, of 1'J head of u'ood cotton mules at HIS 1.' hc.ul of d 'Lejingl mt head. Jim Mudd uml Tom fl"7 cattle nt Ii and mite head ot .x Thompson soid to I luckier and SunHEART Utecr of the slime weight lo be deNOT ders the first of the week 'St head of livered shortly to the s.inie r'nyclte mules, at an averincc price of $182. Real Facts In Regard To F. H drill nt ti cents n imiiiuI. I'eiice Fox. O'HauicI iv Co., a few days Hrothcrs, ot the same section of Relief Ok MulTman's Illness. ago bought of Tom Mattinlv, of the county, sold 70 head of I.'IOO tained By Curing His I the Calvary section head of cotpound cattle to the Weils nt ti Stomach Ailments. W I1. Tuucle and Sou sold 28 head m ton mules, which were later shipied Waynesville.N.C.-Mr.r.R.llulhi- ian, 'of S.'iO Miund cattle to Fov nnd l.il- O South. The puce paid was not learn cd. of this city, says: " I suffered dreadfully liird, ol D.mvi'tle at il..r. n hiiiidretl. ' D. P. Itanln so, two imirs of Finnish bee power to stinj; nearly With what I thought was heart trouble, ear-olmare mules to Pence llros. even- man, woman ami child in the and tried various medicines in vain. In In ids briui'iut; 11'.'. the United Slates, over S,000,l)00 corn-fe- d After oilier remedies had failed, Thed-ford- 's Iilitl the otltel pnii Mr. Itiiii-kchickens mill enough turkeys to restored me to slopped a carload of liiulis to fted nearly all the poor in the south health. I would not feel safe without the southeiu market on the Sth, the weie found in Kentucky at the 11)10 annuals uxcrapu:: i'JtiH) a head. I consider in the house. census. This information was j;ien S. M. Thompstni, u woilhy (!ur-'.iti- il b the census buieau Snturdav. it worth its weight In gold. out faiuer diel of iiracmie Hiisou- It cured my indigestion, and by this Here arc the statistics; Kentucky means I was restored to health. 1 can ll. on the 11th. auetl till ears, lie contains- STtM.'JOl fowls of all des criptions, allied at a total of $1, not express my Rratitude for its benefits." lea'es a family of thre ehiltlreii, ( mull's Thompson, of Missouri, Iti 1.871 .and with 1111 aer:iL'e value Good health depends on the condition .Mrs. Knk. I'ollierili and Maurice Iliouii, of I'leachersville. sold a fjf(V c,(. eents. In 11100 the wtate of your digestion. Poor digestion and ,'lhompson of this oiitit. aezr ciup to I'h.irles Speitlf at ,lmd hut 7.S."i,-ltifowls. Of these good health do not go together. Pence Itlolliers bouyllt XI heiitl ht this place lor .sS..ju per hundred; fowls .1,0011, 1.17 aie chickens, alueil will Tltedford's ptotkcis ltoin Simon ol T:!eS'7. "'. Tlllkey number 1SS,- - thoroughly cleanse and set in order your Vil-'- il (inslinean sol,! 7.000 noiinds !" noil .tonus Well nl of and 'JO ."iJll.'. alued at s.'t.'lil.O.sl. Ducks imm digestive system. "1 tobacco to V. 1. Kincaid at ! mpound sio.is irom I'lnllip Jones nt It has done this for others, during the r Mr. J. A. Kobiusun one of the most her !H!.70(!. Miluc.l at tIIS.S.V.I. Thcie cents. I). I U.inl.in bought 1011 ipromiiiciit farmers and stockmen in are iMI.tl.l'.' peese. woith rU l.:th.'. past 70 years, and is today the most b.'tTrels of corn Iioiii Dr. Klllolt at (he county, returned from Wakey. (Iiiiuea fowls run ii to H!,7'M, valu- popular vegetable liver remedy on tht :i in the cub, l.iwson nnd ltrown I. market. Try it. (in., this inoinim.'. .Mr. Uobiiisou It'll ed nt I i,- -1 . I'i'cous iinml cr exported a carload of bos n Insist on Thedford's. Price 23c. vnlilul at tu'.U.'l'--', and vafows this plaee the first of December with Ihursdaj. IS;i, valued at iSI7. N census tak a lot of mules' lor the southern market. He reports the market lower r was ailveiiliiioiis eiioiih lo count than last year. Dnmille Messenger. single bees in the snte, bat sntis. ticiaus found l.'.'.'.HIU colonies of them valued at 1111.71711. 'IVniiessei-'comi-easily and direct when you place them with u tlyiurs are somewhat snmlli-rbut for collection. We muke nnd look aftr chums unywheie in the United States Indiana has mote of all th.e aboe and Canada, and make nu charge unless: we collect. Hank referenc fauna except beet.. Her fowls nnm-bKl.TS'.l.ldll. ii n.l iiu- - valued at Carrespwidence Invltetf. vV.rii'J.lll.'i. a s' 1 o a 1 For Sale. 800 bushels of shelled outs, i.00 Imshclrt orchard j;raw seed, ftOO bnles timothy liny, 0 fancy Slo.in's l.imtucnt U n reli.t-l)!- c Polled Dm hum wennliiu bull enhes-r nic.ly f i r nny Icmd of No. 1. Duroc Jersey honr. A. V. horse Ijiucncst, Wid Kill the grow tli of spat in. c nib orsplint, Carpenter, itorelnnd. Ky. nbsntli ciil.ircineiitM, mul is In the suit of the K. (). IMielby excellent (or bueeirj, fistula Tohaceo Company, of Cinciiinat, and thru .h. niainsl the Hurley Toon So here's I for alleged dainaues f t slnn . l.lnl.irn. srt i nnU lor from 'Mkh lament,' . il i in hi I in n purchase of the pooled tobacco of r ilnlm'nit nestr hhout U.iii- - m her. Uinlil mutt i4 It l anf other lDUt), the Hurley Society enme out Ia Utucdlur it Kit.t, 1 afcrfr Kf. i winner Inst week and no diiiim- Slowt' t Jnlment II tH Utl titl. Ih.. Iiutle nl hue- rrmotcl tt Lite aes were nwnrded to the plnintiff. litv itlltt II I .11. llile.1 a qujlkr The IMudliy Coiiiiany purelinsed u ervlt nn a mar. Out a awttl y Ud. I liave 41m healetl taw ... rift tn tlttte Irnvn limonut of the pooled tolm hue ra. I htva Im leil prciM htl on a " nt the prices ti'cd by the siol, hut nuit tlaictniij lutillj sail,OJ.liBJ, l'a , Anlii.( II II later decided that thev had been held Krnite No. up nnd had paid too much for the tobacco. They brouu'ht suit on the plea that the Hui1eji Cnmpnnj wis a trust in restraint of trude. The in sttrm lion of the piesnli'ijr jud'je were to the effect that while the Sois gool for nil fnrm stork. ciety was a trust in restraint of tiade My tng tvl 1m5 choUra thrft daji hfutr p B'H y n in new, vth I that onlv iliiinni's on ii ceitiiin part aJvltrH to trv I h t uril It rwiw for thrr dert ail mv hots ar almmt tll, of the lo'iaceo piiichasi'd by the Hi hat rlrH hfm f fnA ttt Uaioitnl. but I lar Mt I! anf ttt. " r.shelliN Company could be awarded A j M VJrn, IdatlUf. IniS. 'I he jni which was out thiee hours, Bold by all ileeubd that the lv(ielhy Comp.iuy Ikftfert. was not entitled lo au damage. Price &0C&S1.00 Mat Cohen ot Kichinoail, the well known snddlc hois.emuii is m r.anl. foit iiiteii-stius- ; the letis1ntors m ,( bill that is finding1 iiuich I'moi will nil who hne lenincil its miio,n The uiousiiic provides ll.nt nil license fees ',,r sniuiis. ImlU, boars ,ee, collcelcd in each coniil reeit to ihe nocn'i Book on HorMt, Cattla, Hofrt toil Poultry oillitles nnd ',o to ,i fund to be ii test (r. Aidran iVil to ihe rreuaum li- -l of the riui Dr. Earl S.Sloan t". fair held in such count . ind Boeloei. Ma theie be no county f.ir held in ,l. rottnty then lo o to the pienuiiin 'ii of the Kentucky Stale Fair. As it t In the I'nrk.-.wllsection J. T Smith lio, lio .il I of these heeiiscs yo( s sold u horse to William Johusi u fir to the county, the ei.lue uinount Im .7tl nud W. T Mooie sold n Jersey o the Stnti Tivjiiu. heifer calf to .John A. Coulter for in? sert Stops Lameness ct DS-t- f. I, il." 1 SLOANS LINIMENT 1 e j o TROUBLE OF l,.'IOU-potiu- o 1 1 1 ''. 'J-- - d ui rlack-l)raug- ht Black-Draug- ht 9 - ' Black-Draug- d 1 'JU,-(iK- ti Cash Jor Accounts and Notes collr-ctioni- . s , er MAY'S FARM FOR SALE In Kofkcnstle conuiy .'I niibs fnmi Mt. rritini on county roiul and near rail road Call on or ud -J COLLECTION AGENCY. Samerset. Kentiteky. ! Hughes, Martin & Co Stanford, Ky. q iiiittfttt dress-- .). F. I.KW'JS. Maieibur-.'- . Ky For Snlc. IO oinl youn cwcmiII will lamb lo lluinshiic buck. W. .1 - ('amibcll IBIIBrViKfekBlEsluJKvDlsSllscrH II 'J I. llusouille. K. FARMf6rSALE OR RENT! happy new year IT WONT BE A Ladies' Coats We have a few Ladies1 Coats which we are closing out r i iN In the New Home Yon want the best when starting in the new home. Above tX you want that home to be snug and warm and comfortable. t &afcAiN jr jwces CRAB ORCHARD, KENTUCKY. Yot) are sure of warmth and comfort with it Perfection Soaokelew Oil Heater. The Perfection is the best and most reliable heater made. It is a sort of portable fireplace. It is ready night and day. Just strike a match and light the wick. The Perfection is all aglow in a minute. The Perfection 03 Hester doc aei srael M moke a ptteat MMMMtie device prevent, that It cm to carried eeJy treat reeta to seera anr) ir equsly luileUe for say roeat ie the house. Hearlteately eaished, wieS akkel triBsung; drums of either turquoise-blu- e reimil or eUin steeL I two mites a'.i'il near Itowi-n- . south of .luiictiou I'ilv. and borcliv-in- ;' on tlu mill ond, and owned h Coulnius Iioii-- c Anna II. Sweeney. ami '.'oud garden, well fenced: ahiuit 'JO acres of 'iiaothy ttruss, besides the roads fr,ss; line plain for jmul-t- r, calxes; about li . sheep and lot i iilliwit'on: plenty of wood For sale i t.l'ill; firr lent ul !'2 a ,car, which is che.it. See Sinn Shcoiiim at llowcn, Ky., or write be owner at llloomiuutoti, II. If 111., 71H l,.isf Frcuioiit Kttect. s 1 I f the loved ones are not protected from the cold and kept comfort able and warm during the next few wintry months. The best way to do this is to burn BAUGHMAN'S COAL In your stoves and grates. Phone us to send you a load now. CONCRETING ti( In ixmIIUiii luuo.il tlnd ul ' .ratine .ueb . HIiH'k Wmk HnTviernl ""i'sii mkitii lulax (r.no nd. In boiuvdnarn ton trorr imwI W cmii i yoa promplly ' '"''" Of' ' lorkaod ruVrll. illlud ni ! our irie. too S. s t 1 -- Ef Perkins, ..C t Hi?'1,?. J,. . VtAftH, 4UM.IAi3 ;rfjcction 'seeei. - SmSS3P'0m . . , Mra-vi- u ,; Mtgroa ior ni.trin fl ,aaiasir PHILLIPS BKOA StMfari. KetriMtkv . J,HBAy(iPU.(Q,.ll.l TiV- .J fr-- Jf'l ' .M( .''A TV .. zJm&M&sau: nt