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VOL. .XXXIX NO. 8 LINCOLN IS NOT A PAUPER COUNTY ' " i MADISONVILLE BY ft.' STANFORD, SENATOR VOTE LINCOLN BRADLEY COtJNTY, MAIM Ki F1MDAV, JANUARY 20, 1012. A CLOSE CALL I FVERY TUESDAY U AND FRIDA1 DRY INCREASED AVERAGE OF $25.23 BRODHEAD. LINCOLN COUNTY ", M ' '.. T CR0P' For Jim PollarTwhcn He ! BASKET AT 30 CENTS Tried To Will Go To The Front For Local Boy, (Delayed Letter.) Cross River On The Ice Mr. nnd .Mrs. 1'rcd Stone nnd chilAll Records Broken At People's If Need Be. County Officials Deny Report And Forecast of Result In Lincoln Seen, dren have returned to their home in Splendid Prices Realized Over Dan Warehouse this Week By a Victory In Western In Great Murksbtiry, Jan. 25. Give Figures Supervlsville WarehouseJft-eak- s Danville after visiting Mr. nnd Mrs. .Mr. Jim Tollard nttemiitcd to walk Casey Farmer A from Washington to Kentucky. ors Finish Work. Jon l'lirccll. This Week. across l)ix river one evening Inst tho Courier-Journthe other day Mrs. L. I). Cnbbel is ill withIn grip-Pweek while it was frozen over. The said : Jan, Danville, )nu. '!.'. Cumil) Jndge J. P. Huilcv, County I Mndisonvile, hy, pnnvillo Jnn. 2o ice broke precipitating him into the Ensign It. C. Siiuficj", recently th local option election .Mr. Dock Clinndler has moved his All lobacco records were Miiushed Attorney Y. S. Uurch and County iho said tobacco wns "Of ft" y at Norfolk for alleg- this week. To Cnscy county belongs stream. He tned to lift himself out family lieie, on Silver Street. wc.o again victorious by Well, this is certainly not the case Clerk, (leorge H. Coor, who lit all laTo ""jonty of 118 votes, after one ot ed disobedience of orders, has a the plum. Mr. S. K. Vnught, of that of the wnter by pressing hU elbows Misses Lena McCall, Julia Mac nt thp Danville Tobncco Warehouse iwcnl nr- .losclv in touch with tlir against the ice. This plan failed him in Senator Hrndlcy, 'J Sams, Hilda Chaiuler, of Mnrctsburg, Compnnj", which is located on Wal-nicents a county, received 37 lain, of th county, indignantly deny. H' most stubbornly contested cam-th- e fricml, ul court they who announced today that if the sen- pound for n basket uf his tobacco nt as the ice was rotten. Ho was only "'id Ilcrtha McWliorter, of Ilerea, nut street, in this city. This honso allegation tlmt Lincoln is.n pun- - I"K''- - " ' rescued from drowning when he tence imposed is harsh or, in his the Peonies have entered school here. Tobacco Warehouse grasped n pole that some one per county nnd required the Hlnto nro celebrating lliu occasion. Hit) j,idK,......l has enjoyed splendid pntronngo all threw unfair he will take up the WednMjuy nml thc rellulrkable aver- Miss Anna l'vnns, of Londan, hns'year, but tho present week has been to coiitiihuti) about 70U nboo its day's campaign stinted ut 5 o clock bun from the bank of the river. , .,,. ., . . ..... . , . not with incomo for ilio niiiintenunce of tliu Him morning Willi prajcr sen ice ui case . ... the President. -- It is ... .lull iil .r . ... flint II tliifrr.i flint. been visiting Mr. and Mrs. Jno. Ev- - n corker. One hundred and fifty thou-an- s. It " . I. i ... i .-, l.. ........ ....... ......., ul. i .v. .n. ileenicil hki'lv liprn Unit .iinllcv will for .Ins entire crop, Mr. A. . King, rn,ri, IS. letlfirtftf!..i.ji., .irieit, i,.n.l county dining tho year 11)11. On the. .i... .iriiiuui i ..i uiu sand pounds of tobacco have been Mni. " ' ', ...-i( btiijr for Liggett & Me.vers got the of tfabacco j(o 1)alivic o10" cvcnI, contrary, they assert, Lincoln turn- cotitiiiucil uiioimuoui inc uuy wim u Miss Maltie Wilmott is visiting in sold over this break, with rejections ed into tlio btutu about $I2,0UU uboio Under for uwrv hour 111) till lliu polls ntor Hradley lias been kit rct;0,',1 I'renkmg basket. Col. U. .1. ast Hl,ok less than 1,000 pounds. Tko beauty ,;. K ,.nllspi, Copper Creek. touch with tin1 case, and soon after its expenses, and is far from be lust,j d Misses Mniuie McAVhnrtcr nnd of this splendid business this week niicrion- 1'inch, tho .fr ,lc teamster in front of him Jewel Francisco were in known he will have made tliix iniiiniiiL' a linn of. the i i! ..Vim-!.ing u pauper county. fetich a -- pleudid renlicit the situation. in Livingston ,is the extremely high prices that the r..: ..r cor, who bus ninile ,, , i it., ..i , ... ,,. ,. bundled school children car- - up his niind .....Mil IIIU IIHIIKT. "I The information published to tho offerings have been nvemging. While .Mark Oaines sold n bunch of last Stindnj". effect that Lincoln wax in the pan i vine banners was formed and they the ecision. "I urn wry much in- in superb Jritii nnd both Iiii.vpin and slij,ts to some Mndion Mr. nnd Mrs. Ooode Delnuej4 have of course, there may bo a small parties price li(1 per flu is was continued in a circa paraded the hticets throughout the teres tt?il in this oiing man." to Louisville. kct now nnd then which runs up to 'tlij fiifti.it tens sellers were entiittsed. I. .1. Wn'deii, l;l-ljar, sent by the .Model Liccuo Lea- day, mnging and taking other pint ,ll S.itifi I ut t.iil'il Wnlter IJobins spent Sunday in Mt an abnormal price, this house calls in iiairnni cutiuiy, got ill average ... ... .1 ' i no cue my near lneinl ami it tue sentence of irlT.'JO gue, of Louisville, a liquor orgiini-.ntiiIII tile "iryNiprograiiiuie. Vernon. .attention to some of the splendid HUSTONVILLE. )cr hiiiidrcil for hi- - crop with the ev. formed a seems to me iucoii-ihtein winch ll was cudvuioriiig meil kcIioI children nl-- o Last tfnttirduv afternoon about 2 averages which were made over its and huudieds of other big sales were to show lliut tho wet counties of tho line and uiiuched from the colored jioenee I sliall tnUe it up at tlic Nliite made. Those who kept po-tsay Our graded school 1ms so grown !,c,ock t!ln "omp of lr'" I''1"1" ,!t'n- - ''teaks this week. Tliey don't nsk y I a- - I know now stale wen in better financial eonilr-Ho-n hcetion to tho biihini'ss section rlt. J louse us igorou-lto you to lake their word 'forlfcithcr, . that piices nit-- as fur limber in Dan- and improved so much that a iiewi,n" vrtt'. .,ll,"l',, II '" Ppo-p- d In- - lecoid of the The. than the Dry colon d iiiiuistcM and niembors of ville than nt nnyv other 1oo-- e leaf r a bus been lidded and Mi-- s Xell !avp 0"Silln,t'1 fro1" ""' fir' '" 'm' ''"I ''"k any one who has old, any" to rest on the de-- k of Hear assumed to ipiotu from the their churches weic niiich fti fight 'M1 l,(,lm "n ' liarkels in the Slate. The limb wa llli-'- . '".v oniokpr or any purclinscr, if you -- urpl ""rn"" auditor's icpnrt nud the 1. .1., printed nml to I hem much of the credit for Adiniral Philip Andrew- -, the hew ler n.iivk rccoiil iniiile l$ the eo- - ,,M ),, of .Moreland. as teacher is firr-- occupant in lliu iioir--p when she di idia-- e. t The giw very careful nt ,,.r ;,,), Mi Llli- - is n Chief of the lluienti of Nimgatioit. -- md county, the dry victory is due. about Lincoln what it covered that it was afire. Ileing tention to details at this" house nnd pleV Iloiue juAtifies the plnini. This ,,... rnduate the U'l.m. tin. icsiill were nnMii.io.'c.I This is Admiral Andicws' liz- -t point is Inrgcly due to 'the fact that the lij2h -piifuniinn tlmt it had the figure "'or nine distance from town and by the exhibit jrrcnt courtesy nt all ,,, hns been ,.H, , . slowly, both rtml. nnd lie ,i llli,. uw nln,m 'Vi''4 "nf'11, """ 'InTL' Another thni!.' is they gunranteetimes. iect. n pr..wd of .ewrtil hundrtd people nb- well l.jlilnl on.! h.ml Mork for tluee war- - and issn!,le ' "l-refer-rtup and about forming People's House IS so r The umiity offiriiiU nbovo Ike uouilhoiwe gave a demon. at H'O cenc it was Holiitely a -- oimrc deal: lo nil who thorottglilv experienced men are in oiip of the brislitfxt nml m,..t nr... .".v"", ,'"i" in the ea-- e. to. however, decline tliHl uuy iriilkm wbb.m fccn. P..IU wie ni.iu under headway. offer their tobacco over their breaks (librae to lake, citie of all crop- - ami iiuiiiiir .voting leaciicr m Kentnckv. miiIi tntenipnl in a base libel upon Mild wblotUx liloWli, A very few thint;- - were -- ee tlmt each ct to vl. nml they have an atiRtioueer that Mr. and .Mr- -. '!. I!. Pruitt of More DIES Iff FLORIDA tlir-- fun- - euunty nnd tlmt tlicro are at Hie A iiMHtiiif( una lill We do not is uiipipialcd ui the in the' State. He was .2S.OO. the best advnntngp. If jou wnnt to IiuhI nttemlcd church here lnsl Sun no grroiimU whale ur fur uuy Mich tnlnrnnclo Mini tli bnilditiK wm know whether .Mrs. Ilonlon will re- - jrets the win-tyet 1'ip top priei". -- ell onr toli.ieco dny evptiina-of tho bnslcct' before or crowded to overt low mir. Spctsdit-ii em .iimhiiuk '" Ike auditor' build or not. Woman o.cr the breaks nt the People- - ToProminent Cnsey County it is knocked down to the buyer. Joe . Kicil look ii bunch of rirN any other report relating to Lincoln Mr. Thomas. Jacobs died at her The bet basket sold nt yesterday's ll iccci Wnrelioil-i- '. witc made l itmii ot the promiIlcrvmlli :n, i Fasscs Avay After Lowj Illness ' iM.il Imvo -- Iriuhing hi- -l Wedne-da- y county home near Copporfiold and was buri- - snle was 30 cents per pound. It wns nent worker and non.'u nnd jirfiNc -- oitiiof the Miles iiume iln- - v ik : and nil euioMil the rule imnieu-elTHi 'iinty Ittwrd of Snperion ed ut the Christian church last Sun- - soll by .Mr. George Hancock' of Lin- weic held. The "drys" wen Middlvbinv, Jun. .! have jiMt adjourned after seurol ner'iees their I'limpiiiuu, while the hi- - iiuc'c. Dr. Hilte i dny nftornnou. coin county. (pen in :': Jin liit'lf .it Cincinnati. Vaiigtit, Casey. S. K. in .Mi. W. T. Miller died at St. Cloud O wick- - I'oiiKidpiitiK the MnrgnreL-th- e child "wetb" innde a quiet right rofniiuiug Floriiln, m Wedne-d- a Delow are a few of the snlcnditi 130 lbs at 37 I -- 2c & atlciiioou O this t'Piinl. The inn do a net Liigene Dunn ha- - imicliitscil the of Mr. and Mrs. H. S. Shivel. was .iveniires of tli liom liolilmg public iiicolingc. At 'aged II .tear- -. She had been in bud 60 lbs at 22 c O tiirin owned by John Ann-tion- g. in the Milmttimi of Lincoln county the loenl option election held thrve tal;en suddenly ill las-- t Saturdny nnd J. 15. Huffman, of Garrard counI -- 4c 105 lbs at 18 O health for some lime and hawiig O Their real rai-- e roptTty of an The youngest yean- - ago the "drjs" won by a ma:; 4 50 lbs at 18 O Thoiim- - Newbern came up from 'died within very Lour. with pneumonia ty sold 000 pounds for'?17H.'---). 'been tieated by -- evi.nl wns ehue to .io0,000 but tho low votoo, v.hich was Itiiininghnm Monday for n few dav- - child is now jority of fltty-nin- o AVERAGE $18.00 20 lbs at 14 s ueiv reduced to the Hum poiitenti-d- , and thc second election a without receiving uuy pciinanenl ie- extpnd our with the honiefolk- -. Average iw the bereavedheart-fe- ll in sympathy Price Huffman, of Garrard county $2523 hef, she' went to Florida with the named on uecoiinl of eirors found family the time sold 72(1 pounds for $1.14.07. few months later resulleil in u ma- - h'ojio W irf W ui i Sipiiic and Mr.- -. Cliuiu weic here for & sS wr of being benefitted by a change :$ Zi in iNementK, such as double of their trouble. jority of V--'l for the "drys". Not- - hm1!.... I 1.... nnu ....... I.... tf.. u jiuiii--r., ' By Powell Watts, z of Mercer ...... ..1... shopping Saturday. AVERAGE $18.62. 'typ)graphieal errors etc. ll& luu mi uilk 1 ui VJiiliaiu ... .... . After an illues-- of three davs .Mrs, - ,,. ... i .. e. .. -- AnilersoHi ,i i... i,..-- .. i... i....t ,.. Th rniser. on lands wnillsiaililllig llie oilier PiiinmiKiimi.1. " near "Slonda --veTc lb, iJ,yrt"!r'tmm'"J ffiSli ploiinils for Libert . ... ""n u..y -- e.t.o.i of thc , . Slices hp nfterUI0l jo0 w , ,,, ;,.4, f on personal prnpert not subject to ()f M rf M jk . u -- vtciui uroiuei nun ?.i- -- , rMiiwtt-ellj. . I he total of ". b- - at Hi cipiali7aliou M.iriO. Ho -- tiirtetl ut once, linn to come. AVERAGE $17.60. Duiiwllc, were gue-t- s ut .Mr. mid tors, father, mother, and ti.i lb- - at 17 reaching her bed-id- e jn- -t three hours which amount, however, wa- - reduced Smith & Gaines, Anderson County, Mrs. J. II Yowell Saturday and Sun 'iiree little children, the j'ounge-- t MT.MORIAH. liV Cii-- b and cash notes nroagfilily subsequent to her death. Mr. Mi'Jcr "ill.i lbs ut day. sold :i,12o pounds for .flSG.'ja. three w eeks old. to the amount of tTJ..'!07. returned Friday with the l cumins .'i0 lbs ut ip i. AVERAGE $15.56. Mi-- s Margaret McCorinnck bus re- glad to -- ec a cw and funeral service- - wen- - lot. nt 17." lbs nt "ilc Kxeryuiie The lotiil nrssmrnt of Liiicoh; George Hancock, of Lincoln county turned from a vi-- it to Mr--. Jnmc- - II. KING'S MOUNTAIN w a nu ila- -. or inoiv 4'otuily a- - inade by the the Methodi-- t church help Sntuiilay l'.lll lbs ut 1!) :ile. Wood- - ut Stanford. . t.old 1,205 pounds for Sr'JJZ.Sl. - a atteruooii, eoudiicted bj lleis. Tuj-I- li; lbs ut --'(I Mr. N. L. Wiigbt -- ay171. and niblrd to tin- -, the ' I lev. Montgoinerj, of Morclutid de AVERAGE $19.7::. lai-- e don't pay jour The singing school is progies-in- g woihl, if you of 'JJ,77I, Supervisor net and Pprrymaii and then laid lo :i(l() lbs ut 1!) ie livered a line temperance lecture - nicely nt the M. K. church with Mr. iiiakrx the tolul taxiible valuation of taxes, our place is for sale anil le-- t in Middleluirg eemeteiy. 17."i lbs tit ISc NEW GRAND STAND the PresbjtiTian church Sunday ev- - Kay Johnson teacher. "Averiiup Lincoln I'litinly fur thi- - jenr if you do pay them your place - ad- Mr-. Miller wa- - a inember of the piling. Kev. C. T. Chiitueh. of .Middlebin-I. witl-iinj'wuj a- - lie pant & Gray, of Mercer County Mcthodi- -' i bur. h. !;.. i.. i.i.ited with Fields Ml'- -. Adam Llli- -. of Now tin- - fictile of itU..','"'.'.."."! lo-- s was and Uev. Jeffrie-- , of Liberty, gave Will Be Erected At Local Fair llecrmhci l.'illi and ha- - a le- - that chut eh when ipute joung. She J0." lb- - at l!l In iV shopping Wcdnc-da- j. jinteie-tin- g f he upl. not iiiebiile tile 'llenl temperance lecture.-- at wu- - u kind hearted woiikiii nml l!)c at JSII Grounds By K. Ps. the Christian church Saturday night. uul'i'.iil proper! . in Linciiln nor tlmt cJ linlhird bin. ,il- -t leltiiu-i- l .ill Kmiii- - the a i lb- - at IS L'.IK Mr. I.mhu'll h.ed by her licighbois ur llie bunk- -. Tile iiiiIiinh a Hiigpiie Willi. Clmrlie Drown atul to lelaincs 111.1 Horn ii p!cn-atant book keeper with .1. (1. Weather lbs at V The grandstand which will be built A nml two -- on-, wills 1: Claud Singleton, of Pleasant Point, , ,1L. fu!r ..nmlI1is ,, tlu iecl l llie Mule at Kuliaiik- -. LSI! lb- - ut I le Co..,for a few month.--. foul and and I'n ton -- uiviv,. In nml their Itomd ul VhIiihIioii mid A en-- 1 noil I are attending school at thi- - iilace, wa- - bmhj tr. llimliv Mi LV Spiagen-- , of Lib Kl.'i lb- - at 1.1 place on the Lanea-tc- r' pike will be linn. friend- - mid neighbors .mpn-IhiMr- -. Sallie Ciirmaii is on the -- ick at I'niiil.l'oit iiiuiMini- - u aboiu He wan filing a Iihc-tio- n lb- - at 18c luii-- r wa- - here Saturdaj -- hopping. i mi t Tucriln. built new from top to bottom. This with them in tin- - ibirk ii uir llll mIiiIc the Imuk- -' ;i- ensiae tor Mr. Cn-- h when the f breuM-nienl- . J.'.d lb- - at lie Dr. Cook, of Danville, will .eeiurc list. was dpcidul upon this week when W. Mi-s incut in.nlc l) the au.e bonnl will tfo piignip tiirned oer and brui-c- il Mcrtic Lay of near Turners-villbun 11. Wenrcu and II. ('. Wiay, as a coml.Vi lb- - nt l.'lc ut the Itapli-- t church Sunday ownJ. A. Kstes, who lives on the (lint it will up to about halt million, visited Mrs. II. C. Leuch last mittee from the directors, went up but I'jU lb- - ul Hi ing. unite a bit hienkin;; two pike, two miles below town hud be -- ten the grand total of l.in"oln he wepk. g, siij- - he will soon be all light. $1 "i.7."i Mr. Wallace Skcle. of Averace to Crab Orchard and looked owr the .county'- - tatab'e vaHialii n nil, leach Ottio Walis who has been iu Hup n slight stroke of paraly-i- - one ilnj We heaul Sillidiij thai .Mi griind-tau- d wa- - lieie Tuesd.ij'. ut tin old fair grounds By Delaney & Williams Boyle. week, and has been quite feeble nearly leu million dolalr- -. for some time has leturued there. .Mi- -s Dcathcruge, foiuicllj ot Mt. Moriah, last I If utli Tanner, of McKinucy, since. He is 78 years of age, and IHII lbs at 11 Wedne-dnJunuary 17, will likely llo-- o Me- - home. was linn i wu- - lieie the gue- -t of Mi it wns understood that this old never fully recowr from U25 lbs at 14 TEMPERANCE LECTURES Claude He&ter U differing from a htami 0old be bou.rlt at u'mlM)uable In Mi. Klbcil N. Tcrij, of Ne.il'" 270 lbs ut lti Connaek la- -t week. it. 22.") lb- - n .Mr. I!. S. Scitddcraud Mi-- s JInncy broken arm. Creek. The young couple haxe ninny price, nnd moved here, but the tw Of C. M. Perkins, of the Indian Cieek To lie Delivered at Various Points In fviends in this ieinilj who wi-- h them Mr. C. C. Murphy was burned very gentlemen who inspected it, say tuut 'Ware, of Mi'Kinui-- j wete here for :i.Vi lbs at 10 The County Before Feb 10. section, will haxe a sale of his ! badly Sunday by a tank of gusu- - the lumber iu it is In stiph skap Awruge iH4.2.i ii short time Wedne-da- j. iwrj hnppittps- -. pflfcl Ketmiury 1(1, He !'. Mr- -. Kmil Meier, Lillian solial Mr. and Mr. Virgie Campbu'l, of Tumers- - , line exploding near wheie he was and so rotten that could nut postibly By R..W. Harberson ft James Brooks He. V. S. Willi- - will Ircltue Sun. Warficld and Waller Wiut'ipld wpip likelj1 -- itk a home in the far west villp. was Iipjv Wcdaesdaj- on hip)i- - working. Thu burn is not thought give satisfaction lirre, -- o llie- - idu of Beyle. Cliri--tiu- n ilay.MMtinliiK ut the llnslo-ivillin ea-- p lip -- ell- hi- - fuini. to be serious. .Mi. .nut Mrs. Ci D. War-fiel- d gue-- tuetjs. of of securing it ban been badiiU. nf KavIji Mil-- . clmrcdt ul 11 lAlook on "Th Nancj- - Sing'cton and d.mgli-te- r IajcuI contractors will be asVc4 to Clmviicp Tuipiu and Mis- - Sallie Wp nrc glnd to hear Mr. J. S. Mur- j hiindiiv. u j( ,.,(. l For Salvat'ou g Mrs. Woodie Wanur of Wnynps-hur- bcicg Cox diiiw up to thp KipiiirV office j --, t ut jU j.Jc bid on the election uf Hc gran MaW phj- and family tire to move hen1 The tctnptriiiiee ipir-liI'roiu Tim l.Kjutr '1 p lfe." viitcd ills. Maud Wall a few The directors will probably night ami 1(0 lb.-- at 11) :!). hrip by the libit spea';eis at a lntr uotii- uga'ui, after the ymis, spent in Me- lUv. U. H. 1'iuby of Somen- - t. days ago. Kinuey. ami we think thp ipuplr ot Mt. Mo- - wcie inn tried by hi- - honor iu nu im- - IS lbs ut 17e the lumber themselves at n t k Dap-tiwill tyinti. at fur ! 3lr. .Iii(. Koutou ami wif of shipping Thc bride is but lti ilO lb- pleetioii IVbruaiy pioutl stj'Ie Mrs. Priseillu Dryc is suffiring viah will ao to the joints in thii pttimly aarf at IK 1.4c "'i ut P. tliiirch it .Limit wherr the groom looked to be about 18.") lbs at 18 ;J.4. from ii sereie cold, but is much bet .Sail Antonio Texn- - irtunird to haul it to the "lonutfs bw7vK. Hull and vole "dry". w'l: addrp ii.' Vt. II. K. Siu-Kentucky to make their home. Mt. Mini it - iitideistond that this is 21:i ter. Mr. Unbelt Deathrrage lbs at 10p thp ptojrp ot Moirla'il nnd wcinity Mrt.. A. H. Long nnd Miss Maggie his vrntiirv into tlir malri-lnoui- :i5.r) lb- - Jt 0 Mr. "Clay Peyton of KUislmrg. was axleus'ioa t .tk nt Kowhiiid hi- -l week. The over-seaelm' h on t li M'jir1iiiil Smith spenl several days at Kubaiik Florida Kast Coast railway lt (Sippii - able to lip out stut. here MundiiJ. . Mr. J. N. :io lbs ut ii X.J UK ut 7 P. UL. Knv. C. 15, Hbiiu Ian. Air- -. J. W. Ilotif. died ul her home ; Stanlej Mclnto-- b, of Wawnesbu.-g- . least week. t ws i or ally paet 'Hw&ifj, l."i.2.Average will fffuk tl N" Hul.'iii ehijich at ngaiii Mrs. Mnrj" A. Itigney and daughter ' Ml. Moriah School pocd Monday. neur VoMMiiit mi the ltlth alter only By R. B. Taylor of Casey County. was here on businpss Monday. : I'. r i Smiiliiv, 'Jh'iii and at .Me. AiiiIpi-iii- u Nuuiiplley. of Peyton's and little griiiddaaghter visited reMi L PENNY Marif lliatt repeived llie iiui- - n few ila.vs' illtip , ami wus buriid 240 lbs at 18i: Kilting tbiii tiMiir at 7 o'clock lativeul Somerset Saturday nud Well was herp Wpdncsday. WediieMlny af- - 21." lb- - at 21p of her school ut Green 'I'hei fii'l a'-- o bf cesking ut .Ml. jonl.v ot the Miti be-- 1 Mr. and Mi's. Jump- - II. Wood- - and Sunday. girl in sc'iool tcruoou. .Mrs. llogtie wa- - a niciiiber l."i.i lb- - at 17p Guarantees Parisian Sage For FaH-I- ng ,'tl-- l, Saluu mi Wisl nnd II. uialo., as bciiiu' the Mr. 'Wallace Walter of "lmil'ord. McCor- - 'i of the Chri-tia- u fa mil j hitp with Mr.--. church and va- - a i:t.') lb- - at 12 during the term. l IViiiv'r'e will -- penk at III Ta.xloi . Hair and Dandruff. was hero on imipk Wedne-da- j. l'nnciiil scixiee- - wp-,'I.Vi ib- - at 8 icturi . lhitiiniip t'jipti-- i ft'iftdj V li'iofv Mr. Will Yuiihuok ha- - thp cd good woman, IipiKliu Lovelace ha- - lelurnil H". coiuliicltd by li and leport- paslin', Uev. 270 1b- - at Li .llli 1. nl 7 P. !.. All if llit- -f appoint-liion- tr fioiu Pi'1n-Wp mint you to know that ike ' ATTENTION, BOYS. froiu a long lisit In her daughter j 12o lb al 1" -' Jolui Ware, who has had pneumonia Moutunu.erj, M"r In the 'il'ile-- l ul tlo iu Iiidiuiiupoli-- , Iml. gill with the unburn hair - vu. ev.i 10(1 II. uite u numis steadily improving, at Klf inii-- r. Clinton Johnson while working on ery bottle and paitoii of PARISIAN BABY DIES. 14. . Supl. ber of our fanners haw sold their Aierage G. Singleton want- tho a house hud a piece of nail hit him SAOK. tobncpo flop- - at wry good prices. "A PLAIN ANSWER TO A names uf fifty boys iu Lincoln ninun-l- y iu the eye and iiijuipil thp member Wp want yim to know this for AGED MAN BADLY BURNEO ('urti- - I.pp tlo-e- r. PLAIN OUFSTION" Willie Mctiuflcy and Kmil Hpiisoii little -- on of Mr. between the nges of 10 and l.'i but not serious. jour own protection, fur llieie ai"., It ll tifiH', lto"l 'll. W '('pi-.o-l'died at their weic catling mi their be- -l girl- - Sun- and Mr- -. Ira Mu-e- r, .nr. .louii ipwiney, niitt'iy iiiipp fho want to eiilpr thp boyV pom ( .V large eiuwd of this plupp iitlpitd nuny imitations, nud it is an easy r - en hontp near McCormaek . slutcuic'il thai wlnilmor (!o. Will, day. church on .Year- - o d. was nuiufunv burnn ul ".i ni """ clilircli a V I'o nt Snn.tnx matter to get the spurious urlicle. .Mr. Jes-- ir ''lunciy of. Gilbert's .lanuarv 18th. The lite of thu little .:.- i with oiip-hnirallon of ...... von Mil us to "wlictbcc the Mtipiiirt :.. i :n - , 'i .,:!,( n. l'.mii-hr- d i... Toll can olwajs get the graniu ,, . "r lii.r. iiuiiif in iriiiKiutrillirftMII III' uf Hunirr's WrpLly mil. doing him Creek lsltctl menus nt'ie nisi week. 0e , (j,jM o),j wu.ij o troulrlp w.ls iwa - spatpil iu front of n stove when wwi 'oiH by the Commi mut-of PARISIAN SAUK at VfiinyV Urn m -- aiil in lep'v to n Horn Decpmbpi" 2llth, 1,,. uffpred a sliuht attack of iura- - Agricultuiv. A diplonui ul honor will an Injury," verv shoit. Chilian Clurk ami firrmci- - flm-- . l'.ilL bturo for only 50 cents a buttle, 'he BEE LICK. "direct nnest'on" from Col. Iltn'pj". ' 1011. he died Jnnuaiy IKtlt 111 12. The Ujms m ft forward InmtiiM ngaiu-- t bo 'ivcn '" nn.v bo.v ,,ot ov'r fit'teeu 0r Missouri both candidutPs for will not decpivp yon. 'UWN ixt.v ,,,,H,, The Amreipnii pojilp eniij hardly bp (j, ryi,0liL. - ill at this trouble wns spinal meningitis. The J the stow. His left aim wu- - buiued oar "l W "'" j(lli PAJHSIAX S.U1E is riKWly jjuar-nntp,hne agrped lo abide by cullisJ .upon to throw tiwrhoard one writing. child was laid to ipst iu Morplund.lo tin. bone and Iip was othpnvise '"' or ",or' l ''"''" " hp npre. the attion of the Missouri dpniocmlie for dandruff, falliiii: bair yy,, llle having pold weather in p'pmelPry Fiiduj lilth. The father na ufnllx buiiipd. Mc. 'IVwinev i, llie '''a" ipI hupt. MiigiPiixi ikmp your Voiiwiilii.n nL Joi.lin nl" Vol. 1ft ti,- - and scalp itch. of Ibr tnqst prouilsing ciiiiilidntps for Hip mint pipsidency simply Weuuse j,is hM.tiou, but plenty of tire. aud inother haw the heartfelt sjm- - joldp - Cresidpiit of liovlp pouuly nud U ,"""' '"" oddtvsN at once. joser ,Ht,t.e wjj mip1K)rt ,le wimlcr It is most delightful and It o a plaiu qtirstiim n plain ( ' I" """ " guv Jtabbits arc plentiful but cooks no pathy of their many friends in losing a relative of the Tewmrys of the who will bu Misouri'rt caiulidate for hair dressing (bat puts )i( ( answer. Kew Voik Kveniug Post. ood. their first born. nuiiwt: UestKnd of Lincoln. president. and btiltiaiipp into the luiif anil Mr. Frank Hays called on a pret- causes it to grow if fW bair root b , For Rtnt. I'ly rvom cottuge with ty girl Sunday, I nto agent for the International I wilf'uot be jresjHnisible tor General stoic wjih small fujin for Minipuri Republicans have gone on tiol drjil. ' ' Mr. John Chouey will leuve for gasoline 'entrino nnd feed cutters. sale; a very gootV business plaee. Ap- - debti contnietrd by my wife, iffocd as favoring I'ou.sevelt for the waterworks and good cistern; terms It's the tonic' you will use y. Hest on the market. J. L. Uear.ley, ply at this office. Muson Martin. Alex Martin. to E. Wilkinsoa. California in n short time. MisonabU. Apply f you use it iiji'p. al C lhe F0R I0000 ,UW court-innrtial- '''' l-- ul ...--.- .. t ifi !. (.ilvcr-tongue- - . ' bns-mo- . ... e. nt '!il r ul cd eir-puli- ur eouit-inarti- con-tini- ic 'I - 1 of 1 sl '' . '','l ... ......" .- hiV-k- ed - .il i n i -- ', rf.4 f ffV3B y. fl l 2-- ng Mvi'-mtit'- iit rie ne-tu- ul three-ycur-o- ld :- ns 3-- 0 -- -4 j .;ts'l.!nJ' 'rtcd 'tJuuubl0: ..,?.. ,, .. t 0 0 j ....... Mt IWHiji. mltm .,,. rimMc' :i-- le Jc ;""rl.ome hii-ba- ud "I hi-i- ng :t-- ae T :i-- -- -- nl c- Klli-biii- ;;, ae lc wa-inil- ch .b-'- , I nt -it id P-- - nar,i e 1 -- ' ' s -- -- e, . Lib-ert- j- -- Klli-bii-- Xich-olasvil- le y, 3-- 1. 11 I - n-- mi jj - t -t e G'i-T- vi-it- ul spi-on- al :i-- s; -- t. iiet-churc- ic-il- ny '. bti-iu- Thir-'sdnj'- lc .Mi--- ki - .lo-ep- l- s ....... j, pa-a- nt lf . etl invij-ur-itin- u , ' iii 7-- Pie-idruc- 4a. . '. If ((((WIWWflP jwiU THE STANFORD INTFRMR Mill ML SAM he liYiEMOR EiUbllthed Journal 1871 HELTON M. 8AUFLEY,... Publisher The Perfect Laxative For Elderly People Ako haii It attraction no tn thnn In a mora crenn nml quieter Urn. I thin wry urn of rpKt without umclent eirrclae that tiring with It thoo OlBonlcru that atlon from Inactivity. Chler of thro are n chronic. pcrftlMent connttpntlnn. Mot elderly pcopla nro troulJpil In tnl way, with nrrompnnylne nymploma of IielclilnK, ilrowaliipa aftrr catlnir, hrailachr and Cfnrral Inmltuilf. Kre. quently there la illlllculty of illcpntlnir men light food. Much mental troulilo enaue. an It I hard to llnd n nultaliln remedy. Klrat of all tho ndvlre may he riven that elderly people ahould not 110 alt, cathartic pill or powder, water or any of the more violent puritatlve. What they need, women a well a men. la a mild Uiatlv tonic, one that I pleasant to take and yet acta without srlnlnr. The remedy that fill all the re. qulremanta, and has In addition toalo ROBINSON'S Big Clearance Sale STILL GOING ON. it A YEAR STRICTLY IN ADVANCE Joulh Cntrreri at the roiiofflco orn d oecoiid class mall. at Hian POLITICAL ANNOUNCEMENTS. For County Judqe. T. A. Rice announce his canill-Inc- y for Comitv Juilce of Lincoln oiinty. aulijcrl to the actios of tlio leraocrntu- - tmrty. M. F. North announces his candidacy for Cuimty Judgo of Lincoln jonnlj. HiihjtM-- t to the actioa of the Democratic purty. propertle that ntrenirthen tho tomach, liver and howal. I Ur. Caldwell Hyrup lepjln, which thouannda of elderly e iiae, to the exclualon of nit olher remetlle. Tnntmirtliy penpln like A. II TlKrelt. Onkhtwn l"arm Nowhem and 1r. Utile S. Ilrooka. l'arl. Kv!.' ay they take It at regular lnler- val and In that wny not only maintain general Rood health, but that they have not In Intrl fell a rno.l h. thv do now. You will do well to nlwav have a bottle of It In the houaa. It u Rood for all the family. Anvonn rlhlnir to make a trial of thla remedr before buying- - It In tho regular wav of a druaelat at flflr renta or nni dollar a larce bottle (famllT alia) run have a aamnle botlla aent to th. hnma frae of charge by almply addrMatnf Dr. W. It. Caldwell. Ill Waahlntton Rt., Montlcelto, III, Tour nam and addraaa on a poatal card will do. two-pi- t... Bread Winners Tiie Man Who Labors Must Wear the Working Man's Clothes. i m O TEMPERANCE COLUMN For Jailer. fhii space is engaged by Peyton PaiTlsh announces his Ci candidacy for Jailer of Lincoln the Temperance Committer of & county, subject to the action of the isi Iiincoln County. Democratic party- his Georae DeBorde announces candidacy for Jailer of Lincoln coun One of tho plausihlo arguments tv subject to the action of the deiao-jrnti- o that sounds favorably to many peoplo party. Dink Farmer is a candidate for is thu statement by the advocates of thu open saloon thnt they nro the niler of Lincoln county subject to champions of "personal liberty". Thu the action of tho Democratic party. following is mi illustration of tho methods sometimes used by theso so For Magistrate J. T. Roberts announces his enn- - called friends of individual freedom: "April 10th Pembroke voted to didacy for MngUtrnto in the Stan ford district, subject to the nction of abolish saloons. The night before tho election, the honor peoplo corthe Democratic Party. Wm. Fields announces his candi- ralled 05 negroes in a hall. Un elecHATS OF ALL KINDS Men's Clothing in All Wool Fabrics dacy for Magistrate in the Stanford tion day, they were divided by John B. Stetson $22.50 Suits cut to $14.98 $25 and into two squads; with a saloon $3.98 district, subject to tho nction of the Hats now 1258 20 Suits reduced to man at thu head nnd nt tho rear of .S2.98 Democratic Party. . $15 and $18 Suits go now at 9.98 $4.00 hats now each squad, they were marched to ..$2.84 $10 and $15 Suits go now at 7.48 $3.50 Ifnts now precincts to ote. It The Supremo Court of tho United their respective caused several "wets" to vote dry. We have a lot of AU'Wool Suits Other standard makes in. Felt, and States declared that the law of If wets and drys were everywhere for Men and Boys, sizes broken, that Stiff Hats the stnte of Kentucky designed to separated ,many u "wet" would bo ' sold for $7, $8 and $10. We will $2.48 exclude, the shipment of liquor from "ashamed of his crowd." $3.48 $3.50 lints now out at clo8o them $2.24 $3 Hats now Evidence hns been coming in from Jidjoininjr states into prohibition Boys' Knco Suits, all wool, jn Knick$1.88 $2.50 lints now various parts of our county that This erbocker Pants $1.39 counties was unconstitutional. $2 Hats now there nro somo "wets" who are $7.98 $12.50 Suits at 98c traffic is interstate traffic nnd, ac $1.50 Hats now $6-9ashamed of their "crowd." This is n 79c cording to this decision, tinder th hopeful sign. f 10 Suits at $1 Hats now Let a man feel the $5.48 $8.50 and $7.50 Suits at delusive control of Congress though sense of sluime keenly enough nnd $3.98 $6 Suits at RUBBERS $3.41; of the best make at cost, We have Congress has not taken any nction he will choose new associations not $5 Suits at $2 84 them in Rubhsr Boots. Felt Boots. in connection with this peculiar traf- only thnt, but he will be led to realize $4 Suits at Gum Arties. Cloth Lao Arctics, and fic. that a business that mnkes.for shame ...$228 Sandals. $3.50 Suits at This is an overthrow of homo rule that depends for its support upon We have &ome Boys' Suits, sizes $1.19 me the worst elements in tho population uciicve. in wincu uemocrais broken and small at GUM COATS such rather than the best, is hardly n fit $0 snlo Dripc..$4.48 troulilo can nil be ended and The storm cont to claim tho votes of right shipments of liquor stopped, if ALL WOOL "ODD" PANTS In other words he will pass a bill bill providing (hinging men. Young Men's of the SLIKKERS FISH BRAND.... Men's and W.go ftr such stoppage. It is not worth may be led to say, 'if it is not thu $3.50 slikkcrs at Finest Make 2.39 while to denl in gcncralties. Linbest sentiment in the community that slikkcrs at $438 $3.00 slikkcrs at 1.98 $7 Pants at 2.50 coln county is dry under state desires the open saloon it is not the W-4$6 Pants at statute and will by the result of the best sentiment in mo thnt desires it. I Mens' & $5 Pants at S'2f $22.50 nnd Youna Mens Overcoats. next election continue it. Lincoln cannot be actuated by my best mo$2-7$25.00 overcoats .$13.98 $4 Pants at' the thirteen tives when I fnvor its return." overcoats iro $2.48 .$13 and $2015.00 overcoats at ...9.98 county furnishes one of at $3.50 Pants $12.50 and at . .738 congressmen from Kentucky and lie Somerset's crime has been multi $ 79 $7.50 and $10.00 overcoats at . .4.98 $3 Pants at can offer no hill which will bo more plied by the return of tho saloons. Bovs' Overcoats Pants All Wool ut IBC, Boys' Odd $1.48. 1.98. 2.29. 2.78. and 2.91. We appreciated over tho district thnn The figures recently published show 3ft, 79c and $1.19. one to prohibit tho inlntatc ship u sad incrcno in crime for tho past have a bitr stock. two years. In the two "dry" years, ments of booze into dry territory. Men's and Young Men's Corduroy CAPS OF ALL KINDS lOOSnnd 1909, there were 403 cases Pants at $1.19, $129, $1.48, $1.68 19c. 39c. and 79c. disorderly con $1.98, $248 and 2.96. The Interior Journal believes that of drunkenness nnd duct, and 720 warrants issued. In the NECKWEAR thcro are enough Christian people in 1910 nnd 1911, thete 39c ei a Main e on anrl R5r at 19c 50c tics now on two wet years, .I9C Lincoln county to keep out saloons GINGHAMS. 10c QUALITY at 8 I -- 2c 25c ties now were 1,358 or nearly three times the Febrary 10th. Wo can not see how number of nrrests for tho samo ofany man who'professes to bo a Chris SUSPENDERS Shoes of all kinds and all leathers. fense and thcte wore 1,977 warrants 39c tian no matter how far no may 6.00 shoes now 50o suspenders nt I9C transgress on other things 5.00 Miocs now bring irsued. can 25c MisucndeM nt In view of such facts which can 4.50 shoes now IIC himself to vote in favor of tho open o"qq 15c susnenders nt ho ilnplicnted many times in other 4.00 shoes now OSc naa f 10c Eiisncnders at we mre satissnloon. That's why g 3.50 shoes now places do tho citizens of Lincoln j 3.00 shoes now -- i the Shirts of all Kinds. Dress. Flannel fied saloons will not bo voted back comity really lelurn of r 2.50 shoes now into Lincoln. and Work Shirts. If not is it not worth while 2.00 shoes now $1.98 $2.50 shirts nt to go to the polls on February 10th .....I.'S 12.00 shirts nt 1.50 shoe? now 48 CORDUROY COATS In commenting on tho Wnttcrson- - mid say so? Inflection nnd discus1.50 shirts at ' 9o $2.58. $3.68. $3.98 and S4.98 Harvey incident nnd strongly de- sion should lead to action. Votes 8 1.00 shirts nt 48c fending Wnodtow Wilson, Editor Jim nre what count in this matter. The 75c shirts at Comforts Readv Made. 39C .$129 50c shirts nt $2.00 Comforts nt Richardson, of the Glasgow Times victory will not bo won by hoping for ..1.19 1.50 Comforts ut nays : it or drenrainginbout it. Wo must act ..94c 1.25 Comforts nt Suit Cases.--' All Leather. "Meantime, watch for n Ilorman upon it. W.93 $7.50 cases now A former patron of the snloon hns 4.48 boom. Mr. Wntterson bolted Itryan Blankets. Cotton and Wool. 0.00 cases now 79? 98. $1.19. 1.98. 2.48. and 3.68 5.00 cases now 3.78 in 189G and Mr. Harmon voted for given tho following reasons for quit 38c. MeKintey. Birds of n feather flock ting the use of liquor. Ceat" Sweaters. Ladies and Gen'e Straw and Fiber Cases. 1. Thcro is nothing in it. All this together. 8 2.00 rases at drink business is n piece of foolish .$2.48 1.50 cases at 1.19 at .... $3J6cnaV8weattri 2.19 l.OO cases at 8c The New York World quotes ness. 3.00 coat sweaters at ..1.89 2. I have observed that tho young 2.50 coat Bwcnturs at Uooscvolt is not ..129 Lidies Scarfs and Phoenix Mufflers a enndidutu as saying that howill ac- men who usn strong drink do not get 2.00 coat sweater at . . . for president but 1.50 coat sweaters nt .... In Silk and Wash Silk the best jobs. They nro sometimes cept tho "call" if it comes to him. Z5C $2.00 aiid $2.50 1.00 cont Hwcatiif at . . . scarfs ut . . . . without v.intcr clothes: frequently 50.) coat Hwcnters nt . . . l.dO scarfs at bC ...19c 50 and 7jo senrfs at 3!)C 25o coat Hwealcta nt e. Wntterson is tho only demo- pitiful looking objects of humanity. Hcnty 3. I know ono mother today who crat oa caMli who ever discovered sits by a small firo and shivers; she Underwear. Ken's and Ladles Wocjen LEGGINS OF ALL KINDS. tho support of J. P.' Morgan-wa- s '-- C that $1.25 !:urmcnt while, her 39c. 79c. $1.49 and $1.43 necessary to tho olcction of a .Teffer-Konin- n dines on bread and water Prc-idcn-t. St.Louis Kepub-li- son staggers on tho street. Tho Cottgn Unt'erwear Gloves in Work and Dress,,, young limn is following in tho foot.3n3 50n cnrmcn.s nt SI. 43 .ICC $2.00 i;iiics ut steps of his fnther and his youth has 25.i sruriiiMiN nt ,30 flovi-LIU ut ,...79c GREATEST MEDIG1F1E Oil EARTH already been blasted by tho uso of 1.00 HOSIERY. whisky of "perfect purity". ....?9c .30c ."Oo cloven lit . 50r hi'iirrv nt I9c 4. I havo just bien to tho court 25c cloves at .19c hoi.ii nt 25 nnd 35 T.'t house nnd find that whisky rnttnos hosp ut 15c A ,113c AKERIHAN nnd SIMPSON CALI- Tnd., prominent citizen of HvansvlIIo, the taxpayers of this county to pay JOo hose at writes: "I wa3 ill for flvo 04c COES AT 4c anri 4 hn ,t 5o months with a pulmonary trouble, and more money for courts thnn nil the had tho best of doctors. I had hemor- thioves, highwaymen nud niurdcrcn, I0andl2l-2- c OUTI'ir FLANNEI FTTFS n and 12 rhages and wa8 In a very bad way. Hint havo over visited our county. QUALITY. AT ?.c (1UAUTY. MOW 8c PER YARD. 5. Through tho advico of a friend I tried I havo examined tho divorce VInol, nnd I feel that It saved my llfo. record and find that more homes nro It Is all you recommend It to be. 1 destroyed by the sale and use. of libelieve It Is tho greatest medicine on quor than from nny other cause. rarth. I huvo advised others to try HEMEMBER THE UATt LcMEfcifiEH THF PLACE. REMEMBER 0. I find the use of liquor respon VInol, and they bavo bad the sumo (Name furnished on re- sible for locating u lurge number of results." men in the penitentiary. quest.) Wo want every ono In this vicinity 7. I have discovered that whisky GOODS who la troubled with chronic colds, hns n corrupting influcnco in politics THE CtME EARLY ANH AND GET THE PICK OF coughs, or pulmonary troubles, to that it is ns dangerous to the busicomo and get a bottle of VInol. ness of a community as it is to tho If it does not go to tho scat of trou ble, heal the Inflammation and stop individual. 8. A large number of railroad and the cough, we will cheerfully return every cent paid us for It. This shows other uccidents that have rosultcd in -:- our faith, and proves that you tako the loss of thousands of lives can be no cbancea. ' traced to tho use of liquors. TO THE POINT WHERE WE MUST PUT IT HAS " PRICES ""VN To ABSOLUTELY.NOTHIND IN ORDER THAT S4ESELL THE GOOIS TO MAKE ROOM FOR OUR SPRIN6 STOCK. YOU WILL HAVE A WHICH It COMING IN NOW. ONCE, MORE GRASP AT SOMETHING YOU RARELY EVER SEE AT THIS TIME OF YEAR. THESE PRICES ARE GOOD ON ALL WE HAVE IN THE HOUSE: CONSISTING OF CLOTHING. SHOES. HATS. CAPS. COATS FURNISHING AND ODD PANTS AND ALL LADIES' AND GENTS' NEW STOCK. GOODS. We are badlv overstocked and cannot oossiblv carry these noods over, as our room is small and sorlno aoods on hands. So w have slauoh-tere- d the orice on evervthlna. Inform the oeoole of our slauahter. Here are We feel it our dutv the orice and vou can come and oet what vou, want, as vou now have before vou the hardest oart of the vear and winter has lust commenced. Remember the date SATURDAY. JANUARY 13. 1912. at 9 o'clock and lastinn onlv 20 davs. W will close out the entire Fall and Winter As we have the orices before vour eves, stock regardless of nrice. cwne now and see thit aoods and vou will buv. no such orices were ever out before vour eves. WAYNESIURG. 0 0 , Mr. Urban Singleton went calling nit his bout girl and wkan be Arrived ho forgot to tio hia horse up nnd tho horse becoming frightened rnn away, taking tho bnpgy with him As ho ran ho met Mr. C. C. Oooch, wifo nnd sistor-iu-lawho wtro nlso out driving ,nnd runnini: into them turned tho buggy to ono side ( and threw Mr. Gooeh nnd Maud Singleton out. Tho buggy happened to fall against a telephone polo mid soon bounced hack again, leaving Mifi. Gooch in the buggy. Tho mulo they were driving became frightened and inn quite n distance with the lines dragging on the ground. She l talking to it until it stopped nud she climbed out unhurt. No one sustained nny injuries except Urbnn's horc nnd buggy. Then thnt night someone killed lirlmn's pet bird dog. He says li-j.- ALLIGATORSLICKERS TSU 4with brass fastenings. It NEVER?? LEAKS, it never sticks, nor cracks. Not a better one made. Only $3 To Keep Dry Geton.of our OVERALLS You can't work without overalls and you want a good pair. Then iret the "Headlight." We think it has them all beaten in two ways. They are a little Neater, made a little Fuller in size; 50c m little fellows, 75 cts in youths and $1 in men's size. January 20th is an unlucky day for him. 8 ,.... PILLS always give satisfaction because they always do tho work. J. T. Shelnut, Uremcn, On., says: " I hnvo used Foley's Kidney Pills with great satisfaction nnd found more re lief from their uso thnn from nny other kidney medicine, nnd I've tticd almost nil kinds. I can cheerfully recommend them to all sufferers fcr kidney nnd bladder trouble." Shu-gaand Tanner. FOLEY KIDNEY rs CORDUROY g lIle man, $2, icn $3, 3.50 a pair. working 50 in size. 2.50, Up to TROUSERS-Anot- her Con-gre.- sa -s H. J. McROBERTS StanfordKy. VELVET-LAW- N 8 8 - IS THE BEST IN THE WORLD contains more healing, strengthening and up- uuildino- gredients, because it mnrrriiil tlisin because it is made of the purest and best in- GRASS and CLOVER DRILL Something New. Stop and See It. It pays to drill clover and grass seed t pays to cultivate your wheat. L J-'- ? any other Emulsion, and because it is a perfect product or" a scientifically perfect process. Doctors the world over rccopnize gfc 3 pays to reseed old pastures. pa-s t ; to reecd old meadows. Scoffs Emulsion as the Standard preparation of Cod Liver Oil. ALT, DKUCCIUTS W. H. HIGGINS Stanford, Ky. v trvi- .. , li JT3L. c3rAri0MtMuift 1912-Reso!v- ed Wl: CALL ESPECIAL ATTENTION To Our THAT WE WILL ENDEAVOR DURING 1912 AS PfiEfiSEPTfaN OEPARTHENT It cannol bft excelled an whore. We Sunrnutoe tccinrcy unci use only the rnol rcUL.'vdiug. All pre Jciiptior.s You will ill ho liifed ux- - THE YEAR HAVE SINCE OF c. VE THE ORGANIZATION THIS BANK TO DEVOTE OUR TIME. SKIM. "ID aclly as written. torn UAjuat what your piiyni-cia- n prescribes, prcMitd with pharmaceu- CAPITAL TO PROMOTING THE WELFARE OF THE BANK AND MERS. gtf l- -2 I'V-UNEL- S ITS CUSTO- tical skill. ' OUR MOTTO: LINCOLN ONLY TWENTY DAYS 1 COUNTY NATIONAL BANK corner next to Court House Stanford, Kentucky. QUALITY IS OF FIRST IMPORTANCE Dr. Hess Poultry and Stock Food Sam Robinson, Stanford. Kentucky. JUli ! ftenntj s ftrua Sh i y vj Stanford, Jiontucky. w& v' tiS&LUBs4& '" -t- 4-"V 1 ' i - ti - -- ' ' T" NAL STANFORD, KENTUCKY I THE STANFORD INTERIOR jour" CRAB ORCHARD. BAKING POWDER Absolutely Pure The only Baking Powder made HO ALUM, NO LIME SOCIAL luilgo ROYAL I.nn-cnt- ir Hrmeinbcr tlio union entertainment Riven by the children of Sliuifiu. in nt 7:.'I0 to aero"ii.(ilnir ;. largj i. ' 'm itt.fi in wpeat this Vlock. J'.venhod" invite I iKimisKion tec. It will nay you to toti.i. Tin iniuir. is.i pr irniticnt fen. lure ,atid will In rcndercl by the Ikai iinish.il lav t of Mtnr-'' , cvlrii ilnirs m thu .tf, tie ChriKihn clurtli I'mM rvrn.n.f io . ' For the Hair if (. , from Royal Crape Cream ofTartar PHOSPHATE ami PERSONAL RiirkHI Ilrown went to LoiiiHvin this week to rntir the Hryuii & Strut-to- n Htimneftii College. Mrs. W. II. Shanks, who has been ill in ktmnitnl in LflimiHiin. him sufficiently recovered to ho nbln r.. joiu bar luisbaijil 111 Columbus, 0u., her wunj fnnds will be gla4 to nl Iim J Jl (. u mi 1 i ti , 1. . V bigneil i rnln.r uft-n.- i a c want nl! In In ,ir n. ommittee. MARDI GRAS TOUR. BOWMAR'S Lewi li. Walker of wan lirre Tburnday 011 Mnmiy business. MIn lenl r. Wart, of VcKianej, short time TIiiim-da- wan in Stanford V''i""' l ritn (n ItrtvmniJu rTi tf. folders irnme d- fniiUs. Kv.t for .. Ifllla nt .... t.lnnl II.. nn iiiviii ....... I.... el Mardl Gras Tour leavine rommt Wednes. dnv. h'th. U. 1911!. vWtini? New Or- Ipnns. llnlllln Km, II.. lion cosf limited rmrtv: f,f,,l ,1,"' Yellowstone j our n June. ',"12 -IInoi-jni- .. Mr. L'is Coffey of Wayne coun- kw. Ur. A. ti. Mftffctt VeslPt-ilmrn. ty Is bcru Willi hiti brother, Mr. Josceived a letter from K'eungiin, China, SHORT LOCALS. 1111, eph Coffey. iinnoiineing that on December 8th, there was born in that city to Hcv. Alius Kntr Wnlrrs is filling the va 's s'slt'r, Alrp. llarvo Collir. w. s. Fish represents only the mid Airs. Lacy .Moffat, a dnuchtn-I'lorenccanny lit llin telephone rxohiinf, w. . Kinenid, local repicscnta ii'evs. Wnlker mid Diekey, of best and strongest Insurance comCrawford Moffett. - 1.1 h,i. riumrd bj Mimh Helen White loauttp;. & of I he Louisville Tob.ice.i Wnr... ford. .nn ,. io .. Mr. nml Mm. ('bus. Tudor of Matl-imi- ii panies. Let him keep you protected. imii Kahon. House company, bought a (il.OOO II, ..ur people hist week. It w.is well Tell mo tlio nrticlo jou will buy crop of county worn llio pirati this eek tobacco last week from T. iittiiidul .unl enjoicd. hoon, I will bnvo illustrated cata- J. Citrus, of Madison u .Mr. iniiriiinii Tailor ut .Mr. nml For Salt Four coming thrce-jen- r I r'ch-toh- ave county. Air. Al.rs Tnttm and Walker wire in old luultH, three mares and one. liorsn logues mid factory liriees si.nt mn. nin.-.iiMrs. liif,'iu)'H. pain iu cents a pound for Stanford lnt Monday on business John H. Hicvins. eroeerv. Danville the weul which will County Attorney W. S. Hurcli went ready brolo wntu or phone. No. nveniie Stanford. ICv. S.iliw !.ir,,r. his riaint Lick Iihohp.bo handled from Pi-- We ale "hid to .sic Mrs. II. V. to 1'ninkfort Tliiintlav to attend tlio 30. Dudo Jannan lluslonville. h out again. nation reporter for AI. S. I. A. Inn.. I TO-DA- Y. banquet to Senator OII10 Jaiiicu jj'v"n Tin- Ladies Aid Society met with factories. Mail order houses and by tlin l.t'iHlntiirt'. Airs. S. J. Tnttm last week and an Tlio MARKSBURY. son ot Mr. and clients. Open an account at this bank. .Mrn. Ueoruo lie Horde has been elegant lunch was s,.rvtd. Airs. It. F. .Martin died ul Uowland quite ill nt their htuiiu 111 Itouluml Even a Dollar will do it Airs. Emma WcuWday atler short illness. Tlio nrus nvo a tunmi.i. Catarrli C.'iiuiut lie Cured Air. S. I). (Tie(nut is ill with pip. for KeMTiil dnjs her iiiiiny friends parents lecture nt the W. C. T. L:. Tues havn the empathy of ninny tho V.Vhj!" "iT.MS m ," nn, "'-Air. Will (lark of Jcsbiuninc conn- - mice wiii regret to Know. '."-n- Humn " iinumi or lid ' day. friends in their loss, Air. .Martin is , l.tT i was MMting bis son Air. I'obert Mrn. I'reil Neighbors, of Livingston ll.n csurm (Whuirn, ''. Alr.Levy Soudcis is out after nn 'section foreman on tlio K. C. wns tlio guest of her Histcr Mrs. W. nttnek of la grippe. Stanford, Ky. K. Wunier, this week. in Tm. LT..i"1"", ,,r Sbo went '" pfvwim Air. J. II. Swope of Danville Airs. P. E. Parrish nnd pretty litAir. Hermnn Jones, of tho Presby.T KTV.0' ."" '" to"1" linoiin n.nililnl the wick end guest of his from hcrv to lincastir to sen her Capital $50,000. tle daughter. Ruby, snent tho dnv parents rtim-llUndivided Profit $4,098.94 Iiii.?.M WwlPuriVn. irtlmj"'lnllno m the Air. ntid Airs. II. mother, Mrs. Ilourne, titling with her terian Theological Seminary of Ken- RE. ot iim '"" K. Swone. with Aliss Fannie. Sutton, nl I.mi. rrndurr. tucky, will preach at tho Presbyter- i7 la rnnnt ntarrn hmmI tor mrh .nnrtfrlul rt. Deposits $75,481.90. her little nephew, Ionis Wnrner. trw Airs. Jno. Oreenine; has been run. enster last Monday. J I Hl.Vl.ir OH . Crop. TMo. a Mrs. J. W. lliitcheson ami haml- - ian church on Sunday morning at fined to her bed with rheumatism fur Mr. Carl Lncleinan litis rnturned tn Tate Hull I trout run lor rontiptioi. W. L. McCarty sPres. M. B. Salin. Cashier. koiiip little son, James Kdnnrd, of HA.JI. Jiis home in New Albany, hid., niter the past two weeks. Loitiillc, ute here, the limits of Mr r. several weeks' stay with Air. and FOLEY'S HONEY AND Airs. Cleveland Koe. of I.uiw.nsinr I ami Mrs. M. II. Snlin. Kev. D. AI. Walker and J. J. Dick- TAR COMPOUND. ban recently been visiting her moth- Ahs. W. D. Peters. Miss Bottle 1'jtxtoii went to Ixiuis-vill- e ep will mlilress thu ikoiiIu of II11M1U Is a rdinblc fnraily medicine. Givo er, Airs. Perkins. WINTER TOURIST TICKETS Wednesday to he the guest of M""iiiiiiti ut tlm AlcKendreo .Methoit to your children, nml fnln ii MT. SALEM. Air. Morton Hobinsin, is critically Mrs. I'.. M, Wall. chili eh next Sunday night ut 1 dist . .... a t ilj.l .,w...o,... wii j.iu icei a com com-.- "' i 111s uome at Alnrcellus Mm. S. T. Stag- -, of Uxington, o'clock. leo gathering is the work of the MB 011. It checks and cures coughs who with Mr. Stngg. has been in Air. Will Clark and daughter Aliss iiiy here. Those who have filleil thmr Una Colds and crmm nml nmv.1.1. ILL... .. t .Stnnforil during the fold sell, is ' ".. ...." ..., vl iessammo county, .Mr. ice bousLf. are Samuel D.unron !: . Houurd Camnitz. of Hustimvill.. bronchitis and; now the guet of .Mr. nml Mrs. pneumonia. Shugurs ('barley Clark, Lexington, came over Glider, S. R. Hanson, J. W. ll higucd Ins contract last week Hughes, AND ALL SOUTHERN RESORTS to and Tanner. Chancellor on th Crab Orch- - pitch for the the flrst of lc wcek (Q John AIcKinney and Airs. X. AleCur-tl'lttsbun? Xutioiul I.r.-i-. ON SALB DALY ! r,. f Mr' st " pile. unl U4 The ico croo was tho, finpst in ciarkson, who -- VIA igue te.uii this coining Kcnui.u. Tlwre Is a great difference in life ,"""" tb(. homo Misa V.U u Singleton, the I. J's., di.si .,t f bis irramifnthpr jwirs being from four to nine inches. insurance policies. Mutual Benefil Air. Sam Ilourne near Iincastw. efficient nt Mt. h ALL ii. IJ. rlovd who has been confined Don't fail to bear our old friend DINING CARS am Witiiihurg, has been the Policies are superior. I can show to his bed for the mist two wn-kIlimev Kish nt the Gliu Theatm Kri. EQUIPMENT giii-n- t of Iht eoiisins, the .Mies Fnr-me- r. SERVING you. Why not buy the best? R. M. MISTAKE DIAGNOSIS-DOCT- ORS wiiu a severe casC 0f rheumatism at (day and Saturday night. As wo ELECTRICALLY ALL MEALS WRONG AGAIN. this vnitmg is no better. past favori, from our ia- - ncwianu Agent. Alrw. I). M. Wnllcr remains in LIGHTED Airs. J. J. AIcKinney. who has been A LA CARTE Vnncebirrg at the bodnide of her trous mere win be no advance iu About five car, nso I i very low-- for tho past three weeks is Hum dry rescreened coal from price, 5 mid 10c. . grnmlinother, .Mn.. 0. M. Tbonta-.you that I bn.l been a terrain ,if. slowly improving but is in a seriGOOD RETURNING UNTIL MAY 31, 1912. DenhHm's jnrds. All our bin-- , are terer from who continues very low with npop.-lex-y. kidney and bladder trou- ous condition jet. Her daughters, mil PARTICUURS. CULL ON ANT TICKET AGENT. QUEEN & CRESCENT ROUTE. Hex and Hluo Geiu 15c bles, md that my phvsici.tn Kev. J. J. Dickey will address the coirrod. Airs. Lewis, from Kansas and Airs. I. C. Hailey, the popular cashier people, at tho follouini; nluivcs on oh mm sr biisbtl, delivered. Othir ooals mo that my left kidnev wns informed Williams from Tennessee nro wait ni ni.ti H. C. KINO, Pumscr tad Ticket Ajtnt, 101 E. Main of that (plriidid financial institution, the pending election, Ottenheim, foT loss . St, LEXINOTON, KY. 1, ondrtin that thero wits no bopo for ing on bcr. The Crnb Orehiinl IJnnking Co.. wns Tuesday. January .10. at 1 :3fl P. M. my recovery. I was ndvisiid in . John AIcKinney and J. B. Wil- in town yesterday. Chestnut Hidgc, Mt. Hebron, A CHANCE TO MAKE A SI COUNT your Swamp-Rons a last resort 'inms made a flvimr trin to Teniws- Mrs. Kiehard Caswell Saufley is night Januarj- 30, 7 P. AI. Hound .mrt after taking four fifty-oeree Friday and came back Sundnj'. botexpected next week to he th. gucht Knob, Wednesday night 31ht. Parlor tles, I nasMcd a cravtl sf..ro TRAINING SCHOOL for TEACHERS llio coldest weather m vears wns The Interior Journal li.iu cm.... of Mrs. Pnllie Saufley and other Grovo church Thurhdny night Pcb. cprieiioed here Monday night, thu COURSES: Preparatory, State Certificate, jerv Iumvv obligations to meet with- weighed ten grains. I nitm-iranlMrs. S.iuflcy will go to Cuba rimry 1st. Lveribinly is cordially in in tile mi'tI iim ......1 ..... i. .. :n IIUl lorwnrdod jou this gmvel tone. uiermomoieer registering 122 below- Life Diploma. County Certificate Review. will from Iktc to join lu-- husband vited to come. 'itve the bhi'litest irnnlil.. ;n a,,.,,.. have had no return of sny trou- zero. Special. Tuition Free to Appointees, every Hiibbscriber on its lil ble sinco mi Snilflov and will lu nrcoirmntii- that time and ctnnni Knv Airs. IJcttie Jones hapnened to n WlllISi 11 . lihspritif inn l.t.L .... .t.A.l i&iii .. .... ...... 1111 Expenses Very I.jw. Ask About It. ed by her molhcr-iii-lnwhere they Aitistic Catalos-uW. 0. Alclntyre, and D. It. Chatli-itFree. AiWrpa send in n dollar at once. There am too much in favor of your wonderful painful accident bv fallinc on Hip will spend tlio remainder uf tlm w inj. u. tnnoot, resident, : rn.1i8.1t Miiiscniitions owiiil' to ktc : : : Swimip-Roo- t. : Richmond, Kentucky preparation, Jind dislocating her vviist causing 01 Dumiiic, vvcro nern Thursday which ter. 111; ,"mt ot the bole." and thero ik physicians fail. a painful iniurv. Mrs. Clmrlotto h. Warren lins re- representing tho Ifoyal Tipuwnter, liusbtv httlo wo would amireciate aires, after one of tho host on tho market. They 111011 rii'lit nt ihl Very truly jours, ... Howard AIcAnincli surprised his ....A .1 ceived intelligence of the illness of ...." iniiu luuu in nave sold two ripleiidnl machines, hero one OBCr3!SiTTT.naTKVJ1! u m'iiii in mai dollar at once. If parents by walkin" in on them last F. II. noaxE. her lUnirhter, Minn Margaret War.1, . li. Mclnrtv and tho v'on nrn film nt ii...... to Micritl 'mi. Ho had been absent from homo hr.i vcyi&ft ren, nt St. Augustine Honda, where other to 11a this tunc, bv domr iio&ebono, N. C. mi n'-- ht uowf Ilouto'3, Uox 1 County Attorney W. S. j ears. His tiresent homo is in 30. the youug lady is teaching Heboid Hurcli. both of whom nro greatly What would you do without a good Personally nnncared bofon. ,no tins Alismonri. She is confined to it hospital niiffur-in- g pleased with tlio Kojnl. (i. J. Austin, tlirt Iilnclsmilli. u, Anyonu lllirscf llmi Jiim !.. n...l ... .1 ....., . 31st day of July. 1909 F. HORVH. ' from pmminoiita and her family a good blanket. 1 bavo them. J. C. who of obtaniing n high clnss subscribed tho abovo staJcment Kept busy thee days shoeing horses C5Ri3iG; is very uneasy nlioiit her. chine mid at a very rensonahlo price, McClary. and made oath that iho samn w inm for tho ice. Some, of tlm ennntv ' .T. ti.irLc nfiit ilruii.litnTW on tho best terms, cannot do better Airs. roads, are almost 'impassible on acin substance and in fact. Wo are nrennreil in ininll hni Misses rrnmrs, Hiss ami Martini, uinn iook into tlio merits or tins macount of the ice. Tickets a .TAMES 31. HALL, February 13. 14. 15. ir, of Mt. Vernon, urn in Louisville to chine. Comn to tho I. J., office firr water and hot nir Im.iiliw .a.m.i...... a. io Wm. Kstes has moved from tlm Notary Public. one, Conn liros,, Lancaster, 81-t- f. ppend two tir three, months. Tor lull information. Wlient farm on Gren xiver'to a r tlio next several weeks good porhouse on J J. McKinney's ilaoo. STW OVERS AT ALL PRINCIPAL POINTS A TEXAS WONDER. Letter to tion of Mr. Sparks' time will bo ?.frs. Znck McAninch. Oninir to an oversight and ilnnl.li. teha .has Dr. Kilmer &. C.n The Texas Wonder cures kidney required in Teniinjsico whero tlio list in assessment tho following num. been sick for enrao time, is able to N. Y. W. J. Spnrks Co., have a largo con- - ed persons Hhould not bnvo nppeared and bladder troubles, removing grav- I BInghampton, , nn ui auiu, . .. IVI 1 JIUM MMMtf I ..UJi tlni't. nml- liv Ills fntnilv lii'itl" in ill tlio ilelitiquint list: .Maggio Gover, el, din's diabetes, weak and lame ' r Myo, ivj. 't inrml BuIUIm-- . ciri..i backs, rheumatism, and all irregu- Prove. What Swamo Root Will Do Louisvilltj during that time bo can W. W. Hurgin, Airs. K. V.. Daniel, J. larities of the kidne.vs and bladder bo with them much more of tlio timo A. Tucker, Isa M. Tucker, J. A. For You. Here's a great offer tbat in both men and women. IWiifntoa Send to Dr. Ivilnwo - r than if they wero in Alt. Vernon. nir. W. J. AIcKinney, W. L. ... er equalled befom; Tlm .i.:i..was ncvi manner troubles in hildren TI ..... Itnmt.... XT V i i .... n Hainpie iuoiuo. Sheriff. "" ""i " lolil liv " .... . .ii i n..i.:.,. iur Mur ilriii'p'Ul , Mill 1n nrai 11 in'll vuiiiiiiuu ..... ..u d..i (Sunday ixecpted) and .i.. I Ull Will niSO t a. UJLfl.l III tHO i. J. both Olio v1.1' by mail oa roeript of $1; Ono small rceeivo a booklet of aluab1o infor-buttl- o r f... i i f t, 4 aui 0ur subacrijition in ,,iek to tlio I. is two moAtlis' treatment, ami million, tollins- - all about tlio kiduoyu HANSFORD RICHARDSON REMEDY I. ofDeo for this ofrr ;a clilim fails to perfect n euro. .Suudiuul bladder. When i.. uitin? be sure to oanuira d;irni; January and February., tf KrncKt If. Itielmrdson, n voiimr for lhliuiomnls from Kentucky ami mention the Stanfoid "II formi o , Rheumatljm.Kemedr for lumL Mny be promoted by tliostiv In man, ngo L'.J, nl Junction City, o iht state,. Dr. K. W. Ilnll, 2l)2li.lrrior .Tonrnnl. nml fif.y-eejolnu. It quickly reltevej the fcnlly cleanse the system, now and Alius Alniv Sivmio Hansford, ago J 'J, 01ie street, St. Louw, ifo., Sold bvnrd ono dollar fii:0fieSIar bo',tlo for hale nt Nrrre palm, reJuc the fever, and eliminate! then, when in need of a laxative of Somei-.i- t filolo n mnrcli on their Ihe polion from the ijritem. 60 cenU 4 box at dniccuii. v-Ticmcdy, by taking a dcsettsnoonful innnv frunds by eloping to Jellieo HWto far a Fm irl.ii r? tiiulii wIiit.i tlmv of tlic ever refreshing, whoiesome 'Icnn.. Snnda and ttuly beneficial Syrup of Figs ero united in tho holy bonds of ?.' Whjt.h.ll Merlmln Co. matiiiDony nt 11:30 AlQiiday morn-nin- g and Elixir of Senna, which is the at tho homo of Itev. Kaymond only family laxative generally ap- 0, Sherre, pastor .rclyccrio ex. ASKAHEDOFHERFACE of tho Christian .::T.iV.r.!l,i.',B?!f.c " . metof I VI proved by the most eminent phy- - j church iu Hint city. Tho groom is Alone root, !mi been cxf.ntn iu mlj Wl p III. IKIIMl II . I On , .,.'.i.... ?. ,....1 1".nh.nmf,.P' wy face." wrltoi I; V l,vIruii i ""' r."' ..". ." ,Vf sicianj, because it acts in a natural, tho only son of Air. mid Mrs. W. T. I'ierco's GilJcn A.sdicl Dl a .. ti.; rh Carolina. "a'" ."" all full.ru- -r nltnnlen Bnd fccars. "It wit f.4' Naltre'. huMK. . I ! ,Y,l,c t ur UBlng O. b. I). iTcucrlptlon tut , c to Uch looIvichnrdson mid Jh in tho employ of strengthening way and warms and d- Lezema 1 can my that now thero f. li no tipn of that JJczcina und tlidt au tones up the internal organs without tho Standard Oil Company ns tho r tlirco aru hi?o." j3 assistant agent nt Junction Citv. Tlio weakening them. It is equally beiiefi-ficiIn which U. has Blmpljr Lrido is a dauchter of Mr. nml MY. ,r' ?aI ,n Htulo, nuj a pliiIcian of Uric cxPtiirnce nml uuy tlio U. skin D.trouble. D. waahe.l T--. " 5 V. V. for the very young and the mid- W. 5. f ')a' . V m'1" "', U ' AUfc...lB L'XTHACT ot rleanaos tho ikln of tho conns of Ho li. Hansford. Sho is ono SomPLENTY OF LUMBER OH HAND na. IVorlasls and other serious skin .mo ui u lunoi or uarcoiio. dle HOtA a iim alurav offiriun mil erset's most popular mid of ,,'Z. ". . i"m; attractive Inatantly. - 's'' fh i P"etor PL the tht I rito to lot you linew of ill tn tpH uib I).Itch soap . 1.tho T .and .htil ........ . 1). free from all harmful ingredients. To young lades. Mr. and Mrs. Richard-fo- n O. . IMWVnl IIUl "urv. una or v.if r mcucinia ai.il b. If Nflini uavilllll SZ5naVi?-iJ?t- ' cure. 'ta for all Durnospa. Rn if . i i. ,. V v .... li.uiTriri i il noiw. .til., li.. wu . . - . . .. luinnnn.i.. 1..1 for get its beneficial effects it is always returned to Junction City, Tues. ,' p. holtlotho 5complexlun. ouud ft bouse, a barn, a clu'ekeu trial cents, enough rroq thu merit of this wonderful rem-to eoorv a doc Lousa or a fence, necessary to buy the genuine, bear- day morning nnd nro stopping at tho coaio VTW. ' c'jd Iwra r ut !. Lt .V.V K 7..-- Vfi, H" McCoIlum House for the present, ueru tor me watenals. "wiiwbimi, A I fdvilwl ilia ti We """"'""r."'!",,.n.'.n,.,HUul I1UPJ Initio i. in also on ouryou a full stia We bavo Rive ing the name of the Company iu.Ii5ft dl'J "i"1 7 i'c ' '. dU. and mfi,r .even month.' I wif tvi ror fl 00 all 6orts ami bikkh ir. i,ti. i. aliaoluto jrupr. "' vUtUr health than I nnloo Hint ".? '! l"!?J."i'"'1, O.J I dA!!S VhL UNDERTAKER AN0 IMBALMER California Fig Syrup Co. plainly 'iho ninny friends of the young coutht jery flrst and finished lumber and If we can-n- ot tf on relief it will costbottle noth" ple in wishing them much joy io M f? 1 IW'I1 4'l.oiirGry" an.1 you .'.iiia' I CjuSii. VJ. ,VI alrffj jvx.itmj Z . priated on the front of everv Dackaae. und unite Btut you in kind, quantity, qualhappiness. STAMFORD KENTUCKY; t tir. I'lrrcaV ity and price, nobody can. KHru u.jr0 , X(f j bjwel.. I Shuoars and Tanner. Stanford. Kv: Office Phone 187. Home Prom 36. J. A. ALLEN. Stanfrt Ky. - Arc you so fortunate as to be wcll satisfied with your hair? Is it long enough, thick enough, rich enough? And vour tuiir dnp: nnf f.ill out? WeII,well,thatisgood. But you may know of some not so (ortunatc. Then just tell them about Aycr s Hair Air. John Sanders, of Iowr Vigor. They will surely thank is tho guest of Mr. L. L. you after using it, if not before. Remember, it does There were sereral of nr Crab not color the hair. Show On hard men attchded oonrl at Ijm. the list of ingredients to I caster Afonday. .Mr. Iturcli Iliiehnnnn. of LnnUvillo your doctor. Let him decide is with his mother Airs. John Unrhan- their value. He knows. for a fev dajs. mii tr ii j c Arm co . n,. Air. Jollll Alelvln. nf tnitnn will. (Jar-ta- Thump-o- n of tfiis place dm! hist .Monday morning. Ho has b en confined to his room for nonie tunc, lie leuves n wtfn to mourn his loss. She has the heartfelt Hjiiipatby of the entire cnmmuiii-Air. Thompson was u Union "wlcrnn, nml leaves many friends in llns community. Alices Allic'and Ktliel Harris entertained their many friends ot Crab Oh haul and I'reachersville Inst Kn-d- v evening with curds jnd many other gutnes. Air. Ilnrvey Kdwaids of Indum- npoiis is with bis parents for a nl Air. 'nunc Your,firs i a 1 San-ler- s. -- ooen lh. bank account controls l e 1 t S-- tf - 0u.Y1!h t0 be things that money SAVING beginning. The Everything has wealth to is saving. If START all the td j 11 1 . "i . tr tv II- ' STATE BANK & TRUST CO., .? "'"' r ,.,,.' lt II !. He-de- i. l.,,l FLORIDA y. Mo-liu- s m Tm-Mla- ot nt e r Kn-si- if "" State Normal ii-- e ,. 1 .- WEW ORLEANS P3ARDI JiOBILE ti SPECIAL REDUCED FARES sill 11 - -- j w7 i d, .c- Alc-Cnr- , RHEUMATISM wjiitnairs RHEUrTJG A HEALTHY, HAPPY OLD AGE .i Somi-WVek- ly ' ...i nt m '.:rs ',tz2 ny irl , w 1 -- ... ,! ,, I. ,i,r' uZ "" " J. C. McClary al ?lS i.' -- kl -- t:. -- '"" f.-.jU- -' 'CT! .m -- 7 ,J "-- ' 'fcufrWJ l :: . f LL at " fHE STANFORD INTERIOR JOUR NAL v v. STANFORD, ift. aaa KENTUCKY aw fJ '.. HXI0OB0O"0"S"O 0aTOWTOOaW3 .a. a - a- - aaa .a. aaa .a. .a- - aaa, a. MB a .a Baa .a a. aa a.. aa a aaai . lk aaal t t a! 3 Q itfo 0 0 o 0 0 0 t'i THREE-YEAR-OLD THE FARMERS WE WILL SELL ON FEBRUARY 12th MONDAY, NUNNEL-LEY'- We Have A Full Line Of UlNINli i;hairs. RECEPTION CHAIRS. ALL CHAIRS. CHILDRENS' CHAIRS. SIDE BOARDS. BUFFETS. CHIFFONIERS. MATTRESSES. DED ROOM SUITS. ODD DRESSERS. UUU STANDS DINING TABLES. AT S CARPETS. MATTINGS. RUGS. LINOLEUMS. OIL CLOTHS.. WALL PAPER. BUILDING PAPER. LACE CURTAINS Inventory Sale i 0 0 . STOCK YARDS, 25 COMING MULES. w J. H. ii On Feb. 1 we will take our annual inven1 - tory and in order to reduce our stock as much as possible before that date, we offer our stock of 0 0 0 0 0 a 0 0 0 0 WOODS AND B. FOSTER td. Wanted. Soiiip kmss for about (it) sheep. S. .1. Kmbry, Jr. "Keen Hiiniii" liuv 11 cnrriiiL'o bent ir mill 11 lap rolic of J. ('. .MeClnry. In tin' Chicago market (luring 1011 j. I CARPET PAPER. BED SPRINGS. SIVHADES- - o FALL & WINTER GOODS & m o & & m O O Consisting of Men's, Boys' and Youth's Clothing, Overcoats, Underwear, Hats, Heavy Shoes of all kinds. If you are in need of anything in our line it will pay you to come and look over our stock as we certainly can SAVE YOU MONEY and give- you first-clasmerchandise. - 0 0 a 0 0 0 an saddle horses ranoil from .$100 to flO.'i, drhiiiR horses floO to $18.), drnftcrs $177 to $215, for general lis,. f'29 to $KiO. At a pulilip sale in Kngluud, December H, tlio Cljdesdulc stallion m Unroii, of Buckljue, l'J jrnrs oh, brought $17,500. More than 50 s of potatoes' frore solid in NVw York last week, as a Tt"ull of tin frigid spill. on cauulit in transit. m riio. Mntlack.iS. Shropshire, of Winchester, lime sold "N'nughty .Mnripttn" ami "Heart lirenker," two of tlirir finest tlnee-gnitchorses to II. S. Castles nml 1'. P. Spring, rospec-tielof NVw York City, at prior iiid to ho or tour figure each. On oiio farm of l'J.'i ticros in Nicholas comity, ('J5 rnhhils hae lioon killed thi season; at ton pent- . o.ioh Ihese would lime rculizid a tidy car-loadd y, We make low prices on all goods and guarantee the goods to be what we say they are W. A. TRIBBLE, Stanford Ky. -- If You Have Money - WE WANT IT - If You Need Money WE HAVE IT -- inn. 1 s 0 0 0 0 a (Jrmiw'l" ( oil of llojle, loft Monday fi.i Attnnln with n larxe lmneli of iiim'i . Tin Wcio ixtni jt""d one" Mil Mr. ci il i confident of making jrtMii! I. ." Your Business will be well cared for and wc solicit Your Patronage. wtfh 1 firm. 0 0 0 0 & Remember when we say COST we mean it So NOW is your time to take advantage of this sale. Thanking you for your past patronage and wishing a continuance of the same We remain yours- X.iiibertlii of the I'nikvxille "ictinii. Im letnrned from Cnvy j'eountj. Wliilr tliere he olil a lmneli 'ft .1 noirs .it fife cents. IIh ca Iib" it lot ii ei rn in enlii down there ho - Mihic for hignrr irice. lll'-:Mii11 First National Bank Stanford, Kentucky. Capital $50,000 Cluiile- jlinw Mirit-rdci- l )urliniii Surplus $25,000 Ill l.iii).'ton. FALL AND WINTER STYLES. 0 0 0 0 !5t ' Cummins & Wearen, Stanford. Ky. OOBft"&Q'tl'"C C 0 III o o in tindiiii! u hiIii-MilPUBLIC SALE for Ittd ue4tmir. "M little bo .My now full uud winter Miiiiplen l bed t'Vir night iiliiir lliroimb nro now reudy ror )our Inflection. I will, nt my I faun one nnd a ipinr- - ,m . Inrd eernl km.N er nnle-- from Stanford, near tho ,. , ,. ,,,.. Tlicr comprise ttio bet on IU market ,, . , niUlir. ..ll'i... ...1' si.... . ii. in a.i 11.1 (. i fiiiiieipi piki1. on can mitt aunnc a to !rlce wlio had "rus More toohniK ior ooineuiiiiK mi his clotliex Thursday, Fl'l). I, 1912 A null uiHdc order I . . '. I..... i i...,.r.l i.f " I. ", " Ii .M..MU In .rllir ..... mi i oinnicncin? inoinptlv at V o elook. ii........ i.. ..i.. ... ITI.iIb ,u , .i ui i.. .1.1. swk. wi.Mir i. iriitmn 1P Il the follow in- ejitiile nml I KoleC KidlleN 1'llK, i en Mitr lie nan I to rendy umdo clothe To t h.. perMinal property taken them two iluxs we could sec a made to meaiure doeHti t roil unjr My Blue Grass Farm '"J rhniiRC and when ho hud taken twi bi-more than road; made qul!tf K of 111.', arc. The phue contains n'u thirds of u bottle he was cured. and fit la connldnred. Coran Id aod y fr.iii'c houe. nicely nr- - I That is about six weeks niu' lei me U-- i- von. iiiMmurr etili-.- , 1.111'id c.ittlo hum with silo, be has not wet in bed sim e." Shu'.'nrs praiiarv with hip cellar under latter, H..C. RUPLKV. Tl ltrlli-- i Tlini . l' lo fa ... n.-or- 1 i 1 ." "'!' "" I n.f a (hi ttto-stor- no vr m The Home ot Hart. Schaffner & Marx Clothing. :":: J ?,sa a & OOBi Anna 1!. 0 & !$$&& :?? && ft3HB-:ttS?C-f- f ; o ftOMftOBi Contiiiiix m & FARM FOR SALE -2 Suouiic.x. (.mkIcii, lione nliout iml I '.'(xmI a V.t SPRING GINGHAMS c ft 5 and PERCALES Ginghams 10c and 12 l-- 2c l-- 2c milei ., It.M'kra.tlc count : ,K.,;(1 1I ()f tilnolIV lt. f"Om llll IMI llHIItV Hl.nl. '' """'- - a.-- s; line pl.uu for n"nd near iai1io.id. Call on or ud- J. F. Li:Vi&, Mau'tlmn,", Ky. ti?. vIhi.j, nml about l.'i For Sak--. JO good ymmp cwcaaii iifii'x foi ciilliMition; plenty of wood will liunli bv lliiiicnliin' buck. W. J. For Mile at t1, l.0; fin rent at Campbell HuMonwIle. Ky. jH'J.'i a ,cjr, wliivli ii cheap. FARnTfOR SALE OR RENT! Ste Sum Swceue.v at I '.oh en, Kj ijocati-near Howvn. two miles he mmrr at Hlooiiiiiitou, j.outh of Juiiftion City, and bordw-in- " or on tht railroad, and owned by 111., 7IS i:at Krtmout htreet. .onl-eJr-t. e 1 G-tf wl 1likp1: cs afc Percales m 12 Also nice line of Flounces Embroidery from 50c to $1.50 a pv ifrryrr"--r- - Wj i and all outbuilding; never failing land Tanner, hprinqs, new- - conciele hprinphouse. About i (J acres under cultivation, re. inainder in um.is. Tctns of ical citato will bo made Miown on day of shIc. I will o sell at the sane time tin following personal piopert : 10 milk cows siiiuc of tlicui extra ood icllker, 1 beifcls. III hi ail of ; i utile consisting: of N jeiHni,; mid 1'! a Icniu of oml boisc mules. ctin x.oikers; .'I brood mines, Ki'ldin. woiks .iiiNwheic. out line cai-olpon ; one wciinluit; hoisc i oil; (! lnood sous ,luo with at side; 21 shout-- , one jood lied Ilirk-sbiboar: "J farm wagons, 1 top V'limni, 1 top buvx' 1 buckboiird, uaou baiui'ss and plou te.ir and unit.' nlows. tun lnw. h.miiss.mom r. tinone immure out' biuilcr, Crab Oriimrri, Hpre.uln. disc h.irow, simiollim barKciiliicky. rows and all kiuJs of farming tools', 7."i barrels of corn. Will and about ell four shares of hloel. in the ...-- . Stanford Crenmiry. Sale -- All Terms of Personally comes easily and direct when you place them n iilt oxer "r!0 will Ik on a iredit of sums tor collection. We make collections and six months securid by bankable notes uttri '0''mJh, clMiimr in where in the UnTti Stales end vtitb hic per cent interest; nil Mimi iikI riutke no i hurt: unless wr colli ct. Hank rciVitnee. of M0 end under .M.h in hand. Clmndler. Anet. Col. J. CfrrMBmtence Invltrt. FRED VON ALLMEN. EAVE A YOTJ SEEN TM ? .i1-- 1 s. d pi-.'- s rc beautiful line of Men's and Ladies' Shoes in Tans and Blacks A glance at them will convince you that they are the finest things out. BRING YOUR FEET TO US. 1 La L SANDERS. Cash lor Accounts and Notes l' 1 MAY'S COLLECTION AGENCY. SmmtscI. Ktnlieky. . mkli'tU Hughes, Martin & Co. Stanford, Ky. ? We Pay Highest Market Prices For - ji. FSH""wa"mr"wcggii .i a ui iiji um IT WONT BE A HAPPY NEW YEAR Essential to Comfort All kinds ot Pro- ;rfectio wmwH mmv duce, Hides and I v Oliver Plows : - Purs in - Warmth is essential to comfort As you grow older, it U hardly less essential to health. Sraokele Oil Heater, and you keep warm aad ca- forublc in yout home, no matter what the weather wkkewt The Petfoctiou give a itrMff, widctsratd hat, aid aWw il ickly. It U lwy ready (or um and bttnt aina keunoaa MagU liag ao more trouble than a lamp. It cm be carried aaywWe ; a pipe, ao wkei. no fluct; no tmoke, edoror dirt. Tk Wt W ii capl ubtttclMS. Tki jri'l Pef(Mka itiheW ia athc Una aula at pUia aaa I aaeal tnauaagi ; lU J artiaeau), yrt aioaf m! aWWU M us baania, aalf cltaMd. Autoatkclackiag Itac tpaaaa' prcraaa iahif AM Pre us hi fine ,ou well, uel price count rv or deliviied. I j f the loved ones are not protected from the cold and kept comfortable and warm during the next few wintry months. Get a Perfection H.B. Northcott. T. K. Tudor. Mttr. PHONE 153 The best way to do this is to burn - ', V. 5 The Kind That Satisfies 2 BAUGHHANS COAL In your stoves and grates. Phone us to send you a load now. il CONCRETING eratlaa. Jul. In ante I W. E. Perkins, CRAB ORCHARD, KENTUCKY. OwUritwrUii MtrMltuiuiurtlH (UcaraortUJ) Standard Oil Company Watralu aodtUiu luuuail kiiiu, ui uuh at Hied Wwi rni..ui (hIu 'r.. eaii umU iMMtovoluil'"'' putt u rau i nfl-vu" rea areatatlf vera aoe mWui. tun ami i iI our atora jroc bar tour uwmi mi rt. 'ir"'" pw . PHILLIPS BKOi Stanfard. Kentucky BAMM iSaaaiHWaUU & (o. M. o i. TCESaaaTOTR iti:;:"1 iaayilL.aataaaaeiaatataw w iViurivirvviFVMW!iL't4J :." ?rff