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TFF.SDAY, JAM AKV HO, il BVKKV TUESDAY AND FRIDAY OFFICERS SELECTED FOR LOCAL OPTION ELECTION GOOSE FROZEN IN ICE I TOO MUCH CRIME ALREADY - LANCASTER. IN LINCOLN LITTLE ONES pressivc Entertainment. BRODHEAD FAIR I DEMOCRATIC I The will of the lute (.'apt sunue. Uiiiicuii was admitted to jrrubatt.. Says Opening Saloons, Both Wets and Drys Present Lists of llu .en an uid property 10 ins aim "Bud" Reynolds In An Interest 'ihe I. J.'.s correspondent at Mt. tli.r fiau .I..M.III. Dlllii'lill. Names and Two Are Given I Morinlt a told weather stry Ing Letter From Kansas. Each in Each Precinct The will of Mr. M. K Tli..ii.m I i i which "tops" just n little of tlml loUI ...i...:.. ...i . ii.i. V. 1.. IIUU M4.S I...I.IIIHI4 Hi lilUirtlltt . I. , . . .. ...- - by Joe Itoss a few wvcIch ago. , Xcoln, Kns.. Jan. 'J.'., 101- 'inson was named ns exeenlor niul ......- .... ........ .. 1IIC COIIU.y noun, me..-.inn I .,,1K1111.. ..... .... .1 .n.i i ....i. .... .t ; . "" I.. I.. U..f . Ky, lfit . ... i. Interior Journal Stanford, .. :..j.. :.. .,iiiiiiiiciii a cuen. .... ii...i r,... ...... ini4.MOiiriH iiu'l nrir mhi: . . . nn r i..,. i .....i . Iftuilliinuii AH Ufl JIT!1 II It VI ML" I (Mil ttlllin III J.lll ! Ut lr,!.;..... nun tnvi nn iii'i- ..ix.l.i! I w. ..Iiifliiitl iilIliTfH 111 iiii'i'ii mt.' iii it " ii'i uuui iUc iiiu irvc t e I cal ,. ion election on h""v v""n- - "'"' I1"' ,,,,n" this part of Kansas: and can do no hate, hnt owing to the absence of one ..,..! i For Tw' DayS) Rescued and is Alive And Hearty. Without Plc,lu' For Temperance Votes in Im - To Be a Hummer A , splendid aiuliciK'c. which "V1''1 com- - -- 1 """j ,., I mi-,...i.- . el.urcli ,,,e. Uir'-,?- " I","r,l " impressive, temperance en- ill! llllllltRUt ,. BIVCII llV 111.' Vllllllirr ; '...i,:m lllltlrotl Ot the Stanford .school Inst ..-... iiivm-- j it.- - " .... ... ....I. ,.,, ,,,..,, i T - "';.',,, ,' , iT.i" J"',: ,J, County Unit Bill Passes Senate By oaie majoriy senator hum-b- le Notwithstanding the fact that Mt. On Right Side. Vernon is to have a fair and two lly n vole of ''4 to f the senate fairs will undonhle.llv 1m a t.!..nlv .. f.xf llm .......I ........I.. "- - IJ. ...I it..- ,.r ..v..,...., .... In.l TI.....I v cmr i hucmu. ,," I,'.,,!,,,,!,,. P ...r,.. ..... """'. ". " the officers fur tin. ItrnilliPiiil fnir urn noon tinssed the cminlv imii .. '.. ,, nifii . in... ihik lor u uig (..xiiiiiiuoii uiis kvii.iuii uiu ...i... iinu oevn proruisi'd t,,c ,co,,c W lllc ilnorrntic ynr "" "'""'' W,U 10 ' 1 t I ;', ,...-;-,.,.- This Year withstanding Mt. Vernon Not- - PLEDGE u PtUFLE FULFILLED .... ,.,..,. '"'V So d t le the officer 1e,c have M,e,heriffs s the .be.iff in the elect...!. iV lrri.l.n i In ...y q..M. I ?ri. p .1 -. Of ... ,, nt chosen, and the ; i ."V"' al ""s,c tt".s j!l" '" "'"." wn,,nr- - """",' 'V'" ;"'"! ' M"- e.e.l, .ry "'""-lllIC,c.- wnlrrruTlTP n . r.i. rrus ii L'i -- W.I-.01- and .since then we nary au.l,, by which time the dc,.o- - ", winter. The ution of Mr. Cook can be taken, Or y be admitted to Il.n wil has b , Ifovcrinu- - aroi.nd w !the zero ma.k most of the time, ...id proh.ite. the ...ow has not melted any as jet, Mn. ,. I4. ,))llilw,m WI1, ll0s,e-- s S inch m.ow fll J, li Iv 1 JJ s,I M1 .'" !w'1 'j ' ' '- ; . 'J' i . ,Ie.,i T " s.i.v ' ?' j rad "'"iV" has always V"W i,, M' , ' ,w,,l";"', 'V,r Srin 71 f lm" r"""'' "Vf Uy" -"' for a fair "'C ,fnCt ocal op .,,., e echo... .,".",eS The present '' nml '"T"11" "."" fonr Hashes ? fri;"1 H. l ,,IU '"'i ' J," T" vote separate- oft heir coun- ",C 0,'Jt,!li';,,"b,,: firt m 15 n.i..n. ., iihiuii imiriKii .Him... .... Meaxicv. .lean I x.ton U10 I A number of new mid special lit- - tv irovcrn. and have at last snecee.l. , ,n,. llio enjoymeiii 01 tin..iam was repented at the tractions hnve nlrrn.K' lii.i.n ln,i.L..,l n.i in llu.!.- The Legislature. In Ih.s.vi- A great many farmer Intrcli nt Rowland Sunday for the season. Communion service were held nt I'ni.ui With the present It is belicied thnt cry few ,1'inily inch. ding myiidf are not done the Methodist church Sunday, Kcv. nllemooii. the fair this jear will ties in the state will have their pres-11- 0 - husking coin and no prospect of (i..v. Woo.lrow of New JerAiioIImt vnleitainnient of this kind K. Arnold piciiching Sunday doubt bo a great .success. The cut status changed, bcenuse of the ",V'H be uixen p'.ibi!!-- j getting to husk lor a while. Wheat liiiniiing and evening.. wy, v at the opera house next officers are Granville Owens. I'res. ifaet that most of the cities of the !' jir choice of the members of in (hi- part was looking well and ties ax the The following attractive Miiuig .' """' exeiiing. with the program be It. It. Ilnnilii Vii-i- . Prix' A M lli.il I ' I'inl ('..,. ,.l..t..... I ....I'.':..:..... I.. the Kentucky (icncral Asxcmhl, ac- - the old farmers are predicting ladies t.i.ni.lied by Hi,. hirer children Sec. and A. K. Allirislit. Treasurer, large i...i.uhition to offset the ale expected to arrive today - I lie t. eor.ling to a special in the .bumper crop this .cnr. I have Mantoi.l school. All are ill- - , The hoard of diicclors are. Dr. V.. ,,t ll... m... ni.w ..1 and form, a house party at the hosl.;..l. l...v n,.. ('incianati Kiiiimrer. He has a total 'ed the farm of Mr. It. S. Lytic, of pitable home of . .. Mlcil . ... . Mis Let tie Mac Mc- - missionto attend, as llu.r., !s .... ...I - '.-. . .. .. .1. llllK.IIll ' una .1 11. pans, ..il.neiiV, .! - I. charged. i'esineiii , Ml- iJiyivine, aii.i nine m,,h , ,11cm i.ii .1 jj,,!,,,,.. hi iciny-niii- e JH Maltha ll.irke of I.ivesay The date for holding fair Among the twelitv-fou- r senators nam 11. 11111 ciinic nej, wi.11 iwcn-'iin- .i expecici 10 nine niove.i 10 11 111 Jane for 1012 is August 11, 1.') iimlMC. ; Mics oting for the bill was Senator It. , delay- - . I. . !' .. . ....n;.. TO SPEAK AT CRAB ORCHARD. votes. Tv,cnty-fi- e democrats 'this in. mill hut this mh.w ha-i,,.!..! ........ .....,.- ...... . ...... L. Hubble, ot Lincoln county, those him to mid four lepublicaiih are iioiieoii.- - led the move. Mr. l.ytleV farm then- - was n oeenin fold, of Itcbmoii.l CURRENT constituents are much pleased al his Mr- -. (Vance miltal. The other can. I. dales 111c .located in the north west part of H. Iteaiichatmi. one vote. Deiinv sold 11 jiair of two- ,M.le. Senator Hubble lias never eon- 111 1I1,. Woimm's, c'liri.- The list of officers, is iw follows prcferieil ns fidlow.s; ' Stnffoid count v, J." miles from heie. cars each. One Hob Dlvlhe eon- - ' ' Question to Be Investigated By S. W. si.leie.i a "dry" man but felt thnt being in (m.v, llanuoii -- I; Speaker Clark. , and bv the miles from St. Joint, the eoiiuthus,. IViii.n. in the stale Deputy Shciiif. William Doty, and """ L. & I., Company inasmuch as the democratic platform 'H"-- t dicntcil by a D. and those by tin 14 ; Oscar I'll, lei wood, I ; llenrv Wat- - tv seal and is in a fin uhent niul Carrey Itobiiison took two ""' '""' " Known women is had promised the extension of the ... . ,,..i., ...:iii ,. SII..1.I.I.. n V- .i terson 7; Tlicodoie wets li, 4; W. coin growing Mci.Hty. M'lin I. :. " 1. ..I mt.1 1, ; in to the penitentiary tin- p.it wc.-k-" ' " """ " .nn.lt.... in. ll... i' imiiiij nun I'll iic suoiiiii vine ior ooi. invtinin Sew aid will be our nearest '.I. Itryaii ."I; Ollie James, J; A. (I. Stanford, No. I, (Courthouse.) iaey are to serve from one to five Hub O.eha.d ,eM ., hursday mgllt. stockholders of the Stanford Water it. ; James It. MeCieart, i -- .,en ocioei.. W. (ping place. It is a small town 011 the are on-ii- l tn Light fc Ice Company was held last One Hob Hlythe Juliet; c!irs clieh. C ' Wither., D The way the Senators voted .... ...., ..... .. .. i .. .,.If. llcnrst, I. (central biau. h of the Missouii, I'n- Mini near inw gtlleil wo i wee!;. IuiL-i--!'II. De.iliHin. W of breaking into the depot at Messrs. L. M. Howe, and O. the bill was as follows) I'nicticiill) (ill of the llaiuioa men ieitic iiiilway. It has three splendid Taint Lick ami llifiicr Iteid who man who is aUns found on the fil- H. V. . of ludiannpolis, who hold a I hemf- - S. J. Kmbry, Jr. Veils Senators H. M. Arnett, ing line when the ciiui of temper piej.ir noo.iiuw wiisiin as a secon.l 'grain vletators am. - o nines 110111 ri.M, j lt. lore of It. 'S. Hiowii t'l.rk 11. J. Luce I). poition ot the ,..stock, rnmu Hale Heaid. Hcrtram. Itiggerslaff. ,. .. . cm nee, wane .lie inii'i . .ii .. ... jM fiiori i ' oi.. men ail. .Mr. liyti.-l i.t l . i:. .. mini I Sot li n ntlirsoii t. " aie colored. mhu ueipeii sine ine iiieiuii. ine utock. lailett, uiirliiiin, hliton, Frost Stanford, No. 2, (Macksville.) ill: to nave M..-S-. Hcnuchnmp really for Congressman rmlcrwoo.l. j was glad ( learn of old s dividend of three Glenn. Qrnhnm, Hubble, 'Purler Dishou, of this county and ma Miuihall, Jlldut It. '. Mocker. I). I'rcMident Tall out of the way jliiel.y lolling up tlut -- jIunliil demo-Co- l. Miss Sue Itoiirne surprised miiiiv 'of 'hlr' '"V0"1 'M'ine ,M,mA- '" '. M"Ml-. Prichard. Salmon .Inline Uow.lli SilliHey. W and their tnen.ls l.y ilrmug over to the ii iln L' m N'oxemher Itoosevell would have a clean 'cratie majority eampaigu, it is, I'" n:.., nnir.her of imnrnv.,m.... .,.u in tl.n .,.,.1....- Cleik W. O. Walker. D. weep of the liepiiblicaus, while the 'truly hope she will do as well in the city of Danxillc and being united in l.ol known let whether she will I... Will nhiut nud the oiiestion of ,.m1 ..i l. oj I.. H. Coftcy, W. Sheriff J. lion, wedlock's holv bon. is. The brnle is Hole to collie oi not men who le ii. wii for Col. j resideiiti.il race licit fall. ning on (leehicity in a cur- N'ays -- Senatoi L. Arnett. Hag Stanford No. 3. (Engine House) are for him first, last ami all the 'Champ Clink, of .Missouri i Kansas the i.ttia.li, e daughter of Captain, lent for the benefit of power users by. Berkshire. H.wworth. Hrowi D. W. lime. TEMPERANCE SPEAKINGS Inik-- i -- ( choice for the democratic iinuiiuntioii Am Itonin.. the i.ooular aiictioncei- which would he a greatly nppreeint- - Chinman. Cobei.r. IlouliW Iloln.. W. In;, is I All of lb,, piesiilcntiat posibilite. V. (ientry, .l.uU'f. for prvsiilcnt. and we hope V'hile the groom is an industrious j ltev. J. It. Jones will speak at the d ino,e. weie discussed. A rep-.e11,,. ((olnian. Huffnker. Mulheis, ( I. rl.- IlllVe be.-C l.vnn, W. invited to speak heie dur- - lionniinleil for theie is in, one better young lariucr. rhristiau (Jiuieli at K ing's Mountain ihilive of the Oeneral Klectrie Com- - und Ryan. 14. I'uinniuw. 1). people of Shenlf, J. r nig the session and the poll may fitted for pie.sideiit, so the ot tin- - .Hominy evening Jan. 2!)th. at I'. I. Parker, lonueily i.'in.v wiw engaged to investigate the be different after the session closes the west been use he is n Keiituckiau. age.1!l years died at his home i.nt Flat school house Tuesday even-l- it local situation, nii.l repoit as to the Stiiiifunl No. 4, (Rowland) GEORGETOWN VOTES WET The I limey incident has not lost You know I can't go back on (looch. D, Xeola. Kas., utter a general .le- - ing at 7 P. M. Jan .'tflth; Crab Orch-eliii- e fcnsihiliti of milking the change. In Jmigt l.ilb-in- i t'li.v. Wilson an, st length this stne eterylhing else being fipuil. of a complication of disease, aid W"cdn'dny cieukig 7. P.. M, Jan. view of tlu.f.ict that the adtantages Judge -- (Jlllu I'.itt licit, W. The 'wets" won in the local opbut his greatest haidship is lis name, eW lui.l an election Jan. ! in this The ileciase.l was twice married and .'lsl and Fail-vieSatur.lav evening ot electric power are becoming better tion Icrk -- Win. West. W. election held in (ieorgetown as many Democrats tear the inters tho 7th Congressional district to is Mlnjxt.,j )V ,i, wr,. ,,,! W chit. February .'lid at 7 P. Mf iimlci'stood every .lav. and that the II. I'ntehelt. D, would confuse it with ileiuuu.l for it is growing al! the lime. Thursday by a vote of ool to ;t8, Keutuekv' elect a cotigicssinan to till oiit the ,n.M HM tm. Crab Orchard No. I. I former Wil- - unexpired leiin of lion; I.. II. Mii.li- Augustus The (.'nrrard County Fair Alfor.l shipped three niigh-- s ueb mi iniioMition wmil.l iiii.1i...1.i1. lhlls nnulling the hwal nptinn re J,idg !"'imo- - w,,i'" 1,ati ,,M'" " vtert tll're J K. Slim,. I. Hon. (!eo. A. Neeley, eintioii has dec-l- ml to have a lair ti piettv White lecease.1.. son. r L,wU ly, eventually nrove a profitable tin- .Indue II. M. I.ogan. W. lie previous vote lor tiie past year. deitnkiiig in Stanlord. .was the Deiaoeralie ciiiitli.latc. ami thi year and the dates are as fol-- a to a pail, at Howling fiieeu Mou-da(terk It II. Mroiiiingh. W. lour years ago was almost a tie good iiiajniity although .'won bv PARKSVILLE. ;tl.t. Angus! 1st. and Jnd. .Sp.M.iiiiinore, D. Sheriff- - . mul "eo,nireil three years in the FOUGHT WITH CUSTER. ,the district K htrgch lepublici.i'. Though a little .iemature we will ! courts to settle. In the election last Orchard No. 2. Crab Mr J. T. Wavne sold two fat cows'. I was a.tfn' soriy to lead of that this early 'unite visitors Irom the ccl plodu.e ileal. at t"--" per ton. Col. J. R. Russell, Of Waynesburg a Thursday the "drys" made no effort ! by i.eighboiing towns. Mr. C. It. Martin .of Di.uiille for terrible trage.l, at Ciab .Indvc -- lticlm.il Suiilh, D. Till...-..mil Wilson Alexander bought 1U,(' publicly announced beforehand :: Big Indian highter. 'handler, W. cent iwhich l',o homes weie left lonely and Indue Sam Lancaster is justly proud of her om n by the heap in the field , D. that they would not vote, as Hiev . a number of ehildieu uiiide orphans. circiilntiug libiary. t'lerk M. M. .linn-lioMiss Annie ( It has Ikcii City of nt :i ai.d s.l.o-- per (ul. J. It. lti.ssell, of the Way- - C011si(U.rcl (lu ,,,,,.,; ,. ; . al .sien!'f Sam Magee, 1,'elln Arnold's niillin- in Mi .... uesl.urg section, was ,,, town The Ales. I.i.mii.. '.i I.,.. ... ciinie down icstiT.l.ix and is stopping It looks like Keiituckv or some of laslrntt its people at with her cousin, aie .letein.me. ,.,.v establish lit. and is furnished stock and Other peisoual" effects hel.; day. coming up to .ship out a couple nml wou,(, (.(mU.M ,,U1 e,w.t;oII Waynrsburg, No. I. T. (Watt. I . .... ..... f,,nf it shall .....e in,- - "i.ih ...... ny ine unman s nun. I Ills .louatioii last Wedncs.la, w.is we Mr. Charles Whiteho'usr. or Kile.v' Judge W. It. Singleton, D. lU atleu.teit. UL Li.suS ItL CJiJ, i.. lIU :... LOI. ;,, is acting as operator . ..:. some ot the Kiissell has been contiue.l to liis bed i vtnndard works . fiom the onli- - iln Judge--WW. Melon!, at Contls. bloody ground. W tin nk troni want PROMINENT MEN m- - li,. while I.hrn.ture Mission at Frankfort. puces; A cow In .Mr. W. Lackev with liriht-- . disease for some time, FiuiiL Westcrfield is wv see in the 1. J., that Lincoln V.. -- I.. II. Ilniiiey, N. . ly lias enoiigli ciinte witli only llie Kid. F. M. Tinder tilled the Firt for To", a cow to .Mr. Noli lor s'.Ji ; i .lint .is mucli .liupioicit at tills time, at Lebanon, W'. 'amden, 1). Sheriff Of Mt. Vernon Get Behind Fair Mis.. J. F. Wine. ..( I lau, ille, ami bootleggers Iind blind tigeis to aid it, Cluistiiin chuicli pulpit al'Ceoi-g,a U,i huu.lieil pound bioo.l sow- - his ninny fiieiids Mayneshtirg No. 2, (King's Mtn.) . . will he glad to Movement There Dates Chosen aiid can't eompieheiid why any one town Suiulii, Mrs. Joseph Hishop, of lliistonvi'le, , D. blollght iiiug and ceiling. Will D, John .Imljf. II. 'know. a ho.s,. .sold ... ll: vim has ihe fiituie wellaie of Lin- Miss'llnhi Ta.xior daughter of Mr. L.l. key for spent Wediiesila, with their ui .1 head of PJ.'i pound j Fid. Itiissell is one of the most Jiiit1 h. II. t'litvolelle W. coin county and it I'utiiic generations M. Tn.xlor. of this place, was shouts hioaghi .Alts. O. P.. Minnhy. (.Ml. Vernon Signal) (i.7."i per hiimlnd lerk-- W. '. Aifoul, D. listinguished leteraus in Lincoln at heail can vote to again open the united in marii.ige at Martinsville. Messi-s- . One of the most enthusiastic nieet- W, s. AMii.lge. W. T ( Sr. W. I. M. Ciess bought a tit). a Shmf- f- I'M ir:i..i county, and has a war record which In.l.. to Mr. Clinil Uci.pge Towuseml ot ol'lnud u.lj ing Ihe old (.reen home- - is probably excelled by none, i... 'K "f Mt. Vernon and Itogkenstle Tucker, Henry and Millions Mm the county. JWayneshurg No. 3, (Highland.) Wishing m.ii all a prosperous and Lea,enworth, Kas., The bride is the siead a;...iil(.' u.ilts Frank Lewis. S, II. Wcslei field nn.l .lunge ll. It. Adams, 1). wcf of Preach - though he is the lust man in the world County men was held at the Court Judy--!.- ie Hur.on, W. Frank Westerficld nre nmong those appy new ycar. I am very Inily. M'stcr of Mis. C. C. Drown whom she from a Mr. Hargo for to talk of it unless, closely question- - House Tuesday night when tho plans M. (1. KKYXUl.DS. has often lisivd and Ms ipiile at- were perfected for org.iiiiznlioii of who left for Lebanon as witnesses W. I.. Units. W. DavM Jones m.1.1 4.140 pi Clerk Is of ed. Haiti, c. being highly cdueated. Fan1 Association. Co1, Itiissell served with honor in the Ml. Vernon Sheriff-Jo- hn in the case of Itcn Itohhisou for ti. Diiiigh. D. tolsieco at the Sliclhouiue Warehoiis,. ENLARGED SCOPE Misses .Inn,, nnd Marv Dotv enter. I.ein..ton tin. Iichesi ....... l li.tn.Mn the union nimv dilriii'' the civil war. .The capital stock at first, was to In killing Mails. .a Isaacs. JiustonvUle No. I " taiunl Ihe Fnibroideiy Club at theii !!1 cents, and oul. I baskets selling I"l' t il" colielii.sion liked the her- - j il.000.00 divided into one hundred ", A. Judge r'. K. Siiuditlge, !.. Mrs. is not so well "(xtv of t ncle Nam so well, he re- - shares of tetr dolliirs eaeli but it .IihU -- Milton McConnack, W. and hrr ehildieu rel.itites ami friends Given State Bank & Trust Comnany, home, on IlmuiHe strict the honor un.hr'.M cents. guests being Miss Mary Miliir of By Vote Of Stockholders. W. M. Mye.s D. Siinpson and D, .v.-- sold ti.tltill lbs luainul i.i the aiiiiy and was seat was decided to raise the capital stock Cle arc again uuiioiis about her cou.li-is- . which amount was al- W. Itlchmoud and Miss S.irah Daniel of i the nine hoiie at an n,erage of " 'be Indian win-- - which begun. to in. It '. i.1 h. i.m .'ihli.i..! ,.. tin. I Hhinif AIm- A Vote of the stockholders of the Pari ,A dainty luncheon was e v- - .fl."i.I."i per hundred, William May io n reai, out i.uoui inat time, lie I catty siitiserilKSl at llie tune. reporled heiMangeioiisly ill, later ne HusUnville, No. 2.. The following gentlemen were elect hidge W .('. I licks, D. sold 4,000 pounds ut PJ cents. K. H. seiviil with Cusiei' in -- eieral of tin; '.i polled her i.iliro,iug. She grew State Hank & Trust Company was ed. Mi Judgi - Kugcne Dunn. W. Kliabelh Mason the highly lfay .'I.00O poiiuiU at an average of battlej, against the red man, and at ed officers for this, the first year; A1I v.or-- e Wednesday. still have taken last week on the uestiau of ( .elk -- W. Speed, W. some leilson to hope .she will get up. ipldiiig the Tuist feature to the scope clccnicil .nut rcu'.iikahle iiioiIi.t of 10 cents and V. T. Parsons ,!,- - Hie tiin ot the uimoiis inassaure Chas. C. Davis, President: John Y. , lieu mul his entile comniiiiid Parson- -. Y'ee I're.s; J. Fish, Trean, old .Mo- rt:t) pounds at It cents, Me. W ilium Feirill mul Miss Fan-i.i- e of wnik of the institution, and the W. It. .Mason win Sli Shui'l Roland P.ishop. D. .Mrs. Kniiun lligginbolhain (iii.hlis weie iniitid hi marriage M.te ol p.actieall, all of the slock nday, (leoigc .Mason ,of Chicago-wa- s Hustonville, No. 3. (Turner sville.) is in wns wiiiftl out. Col. Itussel started! and I.. It. (Jentry, See. Thee niim coming In Lauciislcr to celebrate the Stanford ii!ling .clati,es, Mr. .mil "" w'1'' Cutir's ivnr guard. His , gentlemen were elected Directors. W, it i..n. Th's D. Jnd;.. lid. I 'est nt Ihe rrsideive of the b'i.le, la t was in fmor of the ir . W. .luilgr -- John ( ha lies Den. nan of Nicholas, description of the day ami events is jStaveroa, F. L. Thompson, Sr., Win iiik to net is an- - occasion am. w.sli ins niotlier ninny M'-s- . week, lie,. J. W. K.lwar.ls pronoun"-ni- g via enauie in W. Clerk l. Du.l.lerar. D. of Mr. .r,v g.aphic. lie suy that the rear Pointer. T. J. Nicelv. Itirhard Moore the ecreniony. It wiis a ,ciy miuistratoi, gua.rnn and in al! I'idu- - happy return ol the d.i,, when ,"lo have been rcieiil :ui-s. ul death cur a iclcntlss master iuvad- Wierifl- - Khun .Moore, W.. Mis. .lc Wot. .Miss Let tin (.mud ,.as piocudiug agout .'itIO 0. S. Oriffin mid J. P. K. i.oiet wedding, tlu'iV being mil, n inr. eap.iciticslh.it institution Ihe kind leftr. ui under provisions of ed their i links and claimed the sou .Mae Mcltoberts is at home after a .M'riN bihiml the main comniaud. Hustonville No. 4, (McKinney.) I conlew telatites ami fueiuls of (usler nn.l hi men crossed The s..ek. nml binther Hugh I.. .Mason, of -- lud.e The dales for the Mt. Vernon Fnhv S. A. .Montgomery, I). p'.i.siiul sav with friends h Kich- - W'hi-tracting pics, tit. The hiide the Slate banking la" 1. So Mr. Maoii then s.'imiI a n Miss Maiguict (locker, of the l.ilt'e Hig (loin rlui ami filed in- - will be August 7. S. and !. as that is Jml.e -- (has. Deck. W. .1. night. r of the lute Thomas holders belie, e tlml many person. is a Hie uii.ey wht.e the battle was about the only week, which it not aln nnpanying the Still f.n.l has been ,'i.itiug her aunt .4 lelk J. S. Mohell.l. D. (iiiil.lis, is line ot Hit most ileservin r v ill prefer' to ha,e a , bank and trust double mission . . the Indian chief Sitting ready taken by some of the adioiu-iu- g Jshe Iff James Vncd.n, W. t:'" Diiiicun. Mr. J. M. toiight. r : hi .' eompaiiy sene in siicn capacuy rain the remains of his hrotlier heie I.. Mr. ..mnuinitv miiiiil' Imi.ts Hull closed in behind the soldiers as !....!... i.. ..I counties. However it is possible ot Mi'.ne.ipolis h.is i. ii,!.... cr thiini indiwduals, and it is said his oh) home for burial, and also to H the ...i . . . , ...... ... ....... , business has aliciuly been sic his aged mother. guest (,f I,'..,, and DEFECTIVE FLUE DID IT I nr lliM imlil't ill' riiminiinilv. s. (1. P. Hush soon as they hi..! crossed the river that some date the' hisr of July may Tho (I. A. Swinebioad bought fi,e head .Mr. and .Mis K.l. 'Walker, of Nicho. nnd were in the trap, which had been lis selected. mini' I'n iiili nlioii i n i I'tm niliMiwit i i.lint-i- iiikI i'llllM llll trowing and popular iu- p, i ilil The home of .Mr- -. Maud lluglii' ii litutioii. of .Icr-e- y heifers .it tiie dwells sale Ins, Hie. nr,. with Mr. nn.l Mis. A. It. Set for them. Just as the thousands - I l''l ' . I s. lib. ml t.,i mi'es this side of Wa.uelor ij.)0. Kd. Keeton sold a fi,e Walker lor u Miss J.hi Polls ot warriois in war paint, closed in Constipation h llie eiin-- e of numv lii.rg Ini'iml down Insl weel. a. a Do you know that futly'i.iuc out of year old mule to a local huver fohas returned to Ciuciun.itl after a behind the soldiers, the rear guai.l. ailments nnd disorder that o.ik" . FARM FOR SALE OR RENT! fire catching in the loot it'siilt of eery ten ncscs of rheunmtism are irllb. (5. It. Swiucbroad sold oiu. i ninth' tti with her sisiei M.'s. fol which ItiisselJ was a ineiahi , tip. Take Cluifbcihi-V- s flue. The house . ... .. . , , from a .lefectiic l.ocate.t near I to wen. two nines . ............ . bnl tier stuff to a Nichohisville deal Pom's I'rater. Miss Simah Daniel r 'proaching the riier hank. Had they Stomach nnd Liter Tiihlct. keen -l was binned to the ground, and mosi south of Junction City, and border- w or would your howet regular nnd y..uwilr cents. Sweeney Morgan Paris is visiting her friend Mrs. John .been five minutes soouer.-the0,'o't'P- - "r !rhtrnn"; er at il 'J ot .Mi- -. WJJIian, ing .... the n.ilroa.1, and owned by ' e of the rheumatism, mid requires no sold an MIO pounds In. tchcr cow to M. .Mount. Misses F.lsie niinier and have erosseil the rin-- anil been huui- - avoid these diseases. For pule bv hou-- o Anna II. Swecuev. Coniiiln, ,i.i,.t. ,rBH !.. i. ,.s ..is,. .i.t :........ i.... ....m.! ... i,.. .... .....l.i..l.te.Jl.. .. Apply Cham ir, n c l.. ; in ,t . . eeui per :. ,.. u..'...:. ... :.. vinci.i.ux.., ..., w, .. n. ri.i..,i-i.nxifi u.,uvuui. 0. L. I'enny. .nir. 100 insurance and good garden.' well fenced: about ;trcntraont whatever? (roved. Tue.e was to tell tlni tale. As it was they freily nnd e pound. ft Annie Ivis.Ii has letiirued from n ...i i iii- - ii ul. rt mill .rfi .....1 vino ii... rnnii.- "ii neies of tiinoihv eri.Ks. I.ekidet. berloin a Liniment ii itiven relief. For sole Capl. Am Hor old 0 head of W. O. Itigney was called to Nieliolas. ,smv the eatiie body of redskin-- . warriors wen,, slaughtereiug Custer Neighbors did everyljiing pos. the roads grass; finis plneo for poul- - uw qniekly it tuiet (iOO.poit.nl cattle for W. (!. Anderson lille by Ihe serious illness of her in behind Custer aim his main i and his men, every nue of the sol try. sheen ami calves; about C. by 0. U Penny. hiblc. hut were unable to sii,e the Io J. II, kloui'lle at '!' per head. hrotlier .Mr linker Walker. Mi. J. mand. Seeing the handful of men dier being killed in tbu massacre. minis foi cultivation; plenty of wood ro pur I y. (1. A. Swiuebroad sold some butcher H. Paxloii and . I.il l'tu, of Slanl'oil eomposing the read guard, a small FARM FOR SALE serveil scleral year Col. Rils-c- ll For hale ut $1,l.ri0; fin- - rent ut miles stuff to Danville dealers nt $3..."0 hive been recent i;'iits of Mrs. A. elaclimeut of Indians wiiij sent afttv after that in the urmy am! then came-t(n Itockciistle eotintv II 1,'et'ti m.iii' house insured with J. tPJ'i a year, which is cheap ' C. Itt.bmsoii. Mr. Mury M. Taylor tliem and chused Itussel! and hi LiiKolu county whi'iv be has lived See Sam Swecuev at Uowen. 1" v., from Mt. Vernon on county road, per hundred. D, W'eaieii, the lu.sinanee Man, of Mi'. Dan tay bought two tons of is making n recuperative stay in comrades tor. twelve miles. Menu ton ii. ni. a little larui near Wiiyues-- 1 or write ttliu owner-- ut llloomington, juid near rniJrond. .Call on or Stanfonl nnd you tire nlwnys while the main body ol Sitting Hull', bttrg since. Lr'WIS, M.irelburg, Ky. clover and timothy hay from a Io- - Mm linnvillt .1ml 111., 718 Kuht Frenioiit slreet. dress in stteW cases a, tlti. ,.ue ... . ...., wi.i.."h "r . :.... .:. ...it... lvsar.in.g eiHMoni.y or iMii.i.iiriiii.Mi of n oter, ete. The member of the count v board of election coiimiissiniio n.e Dr. It. ,. Davison and '. T. Kinbry. with Sbetill W. I.. MeCarty, chairman, le on the The chairman has no lioa.d except in eae of a 1ia8ice- i.t the two olfieer and sheriff . .Mel ar.V sain iiiiu ine 01. i.t iiic.ii.'i" ot no noun, vnie.i ingciiier on u.u ..I' tbc-- e ofneerx, ... that iiijj .Hi.--..."- . a nt u. Milium, men. itic. a u i :r... 11e1.11.iii... ' . '.- - gin-sis- f',,i I '(!" - ... 11 ,oi'. ... lent-inen- i. ..... I - vie 1 ii (u.l,vjl, Stock-hclccl- fr - drs 1 1 ltosee, . ship-Slaiil- ... ''''l',''"'ee pri-oiie- - . "".,, 1 '"' . !. I ... 1 1 eon-lict- - ,.,.-.!-,,- .. s 1 Ken-Wi- th .,,.. . ' 'T ,'.. ... ... '' semi-annu- I' -- ti -- U 11 Ito-ev- 'Jt-lio- n. 1 W'al-count- y, Ken-lliek- v. Sh-riff- -J. (iovi-nmi-- , .tln., I ... "lk" J 1 " Is. .v v. "" -l I'ei-kii.s- 'ol, ,is 1ca-tha- ccr ..,, oK.-iilo- r - ... - Tl-17 Jlry Mu.-phx- , -- '. .f.tii:. l. -" m-- Ca-tei- 'id Drum-moiiil- Chi-tag- ... , h-- ... In-e- iiii. - ' ' ... e ,!. r 't..i .. ii .in. -, -t s ,: lis-(le- j'v ,. - ?-- 1 -2 o pro-(ect- d-- G-- tf J.F. . . v ' , JLMMtfty .Al lij mmmmmmmm TH. STANFORD INTFRIOH lOHR NAL good nf-fe- SAM ROBINSON'S Big Clearance Sale STILL GOING ON. wimmMMSMfflfflW fn ffi.fecoW DOS. :ftfi mmmmuUiwmNEW STOCK. ? - r. overstocked and cannot dossidiv carrv inese nanus ov-- d We slauoh-tcremow torn i Is small and urlna aoods on hands. So w have the nrice on evervthlna. inform the oennle of our slauohter. Here are We feel it our dutv mbmw ... .... mwm ... Srar&Jtt'-.-s- ever out before vour eves. a sursft.'w HATS OF ALL KINDS John B. Stetson $5 lints now $4.00 hats now $3.50 Hats now Man's Clothing in All Wool Fabrics 25 and $22.50 Suits cut to $14.98 1258 $20 Suits reduced to 15 and $18 Suits go now nt 9.98 $10 and $15 Suits go now nt 7.48 We have a lot of All'Wool Suits for. Men and Boys, sizes broken, that sold for $7, $8 and $10. We will" $3.48 close them out nt Boys' Knee Suits, nil wool, in Knick- $3.98 $2.98 $2.84 Other standard makes in. Felt, and Stiff Hats $2.48 $3.50 Hats now $224 $3 lints now $2.50 lints now $2 Hnts now $1-8$1-38 9 erbocker Pants $12,50 Suits nt $10 Suits at $8.50 and $7.50 Suits at $6 Suite at $5 Suite V-9- $1.50 Hats now Jf.98 $1 Hnts now 8 98c 79c wat $7 $0 $5 $4 at ' gJ g-s- ; $548 gJJS k $3.50 Suite nt We have some Boys' Suits, sizes $1.19 broken and small at ALL WOOL "ODD" PANTS Men's and Young Men's of the Finest Make SUM, $2.48 and 2.96. Pants at Pants at jj-j- j Pants at g-at Pants $3.50 Pants at $3 Pants at Boys' Odd Pants All Wool at I9C, 39c, 79c and $1.19. Men's and Young Men's Corduroy Pants at $1.19, $129, $148, $1.68 19c 2c J FLANNELS. 25 and B5c at J3INCTAMS.IUC QUALITY at 8 Sines ef all kinds and all leathers. $6.00 shoes now 5.00 shoes now aS-J4.50 shoes now : $4.00 shoes now. 29 3.50 shoes now 3.00. shoes now f 52 2.50 shoes now 2.00 bhoes now " 1.50 shoes now I riuunui' $3.168. $3.98 and $4.! $2. 48. 8 ....... ".' 47.50 cases now Blankets. Cotton and Wool. 3.68 6.00 cases now 2.48. and 5.00 cases now 39c. 79:98. $1.19. $2.00 Comforts at 1.50 Comforts at 1.25 Comforts nt Comforts Ready Made. LI- a" - them in Rubber Boots. Felt Boots. Gum ArtlCS. LIBIB Lao nrciics. aim Sandals. three per ceut more than a year ago. The law accomplished an inGUM COATS The storm cont $6 sale Drice. .$4.48 crease in the Bnnk's opportunities ,j for profit because of increased dc-, posits. Then it made the banks more SLIKKERS FISH BRAND ! immune from invnvsion upon the .3.Sfl slikkers at $3.00 slikkers nt legal reserve, ilue to tlic lact tnat tnc ' 2.50 slikkers nt depositors knew their money was nb. solutely safe, nnd weren't so nnxi' Vnunn Mens Overcoats. or.n ami &25.00 overcoats .$13.98 otis to draw it out as heretofore. $1S and $20 overcoats eo at . . .9.98 Last but not lcitst, no depositor rau $12.50 nnd 15.00 overcoats at ...go the risk of losing a penny of bis sav$7.50'and $10.00 overcoats at . .4.98 ings. s Rnuc.' $1.48. 1.98. 2.29. 2.78. and 2.94. We Among the speakers at the banhave a bur stock. quet to Senator OUie M. James at CAPS OF ALL KINDS Frankfort Tuesday night, wns that 9c. 39c. and 79c. silvcr-tonge- d orator and Chester- fiieldiun gentleman, Col. Robert O 39c Evans, of Danville. 50c ties now It goes without I8C 25c ties now saying that his toast was a gem, Wish we could have been there to SUSPENDERS 3gJ have heuTtl him. at 50a susDendcrs 25o susDenders at I'C 15c susnenders nt How nny father could listen to 08o 10c susDenders nt those little ones who spoke and sang Shirts of all Kinds. Dress. Flannel against tho whisky cause nt tho Christian church Friday night, nnd and worK snins 51. 98 then go nnd vote for saloons, is be $2.50 shirts nt J j5 yond our comprehension. 2.00 shirts nt Yet some 1.50 shirts at e of tho fathers of theso very children 1.00 shirts nt' n gC nro going to vote against their 75c shirts nt on February, 10.. 50c shirts nt hut mqlr RIIRBFRS at fnct W hnVK cit'v.ons. This question homo ntid every citizen 187V of Line nlni county. Ash yourself IHELTON M. 8AUFLEY,... Publisher Imww ill you be benefitted by tho saloon, whether it will itiuko you n betArtcr Operation Failed to Help, II A YEAR 8TRICTLY IN ADVANCE ter citizen, n better husband, n betCardui Worked Like a Charm. ter father. Coinjinro yourself with entered at tho rDstofflce nt StatiJonesvllle, S. C "I suffered with tho saloon class and see if yon nru on as second clnti mall. womanly trouble," writes Mrs. J. S. ri jour class. Study tho mission of Kcndrlck, In a letter from this place, the Miloon before you support it and POLITICAL ANNOUNCEMENTS "and nt times, I could not bear to ctand if it stands for what you wnnt. on my feet. Tho doctor said I would For County Jutlqc. never be nny better, and that I would Look up the men it has elevated in T. A. Rice announces his enndi-iuc- y have to have an operation, or I would Stanford mid Lincoln County. Find lor Omiitv Judge of Lincoln havo n cancer. county, subject to the nction of the I went to tho hospital, and they oper- nut bow ninny poor families it has democratic purty. ated on me, but I got no better. They fed and clothed, how many broken M. F. North nnuounros his candi-dne- y said medicines would do mo no good, hearts it bus healed .Study it fuir- for Comity Judge of Lincoln and I thought I would havo to die. lioarts it hns healed. Study it faircounty, subjeet to the nction of tho At last I tried Cardui, and besnn to ly from all sides and bo sure it is Democratic party. improve, so I continued using It. Now, w lint vou wnnt befnic you veto 'for it. Think of tho poor laboring mini I am well, and can do mr own work. For Jailer. nhn toils from Monday morning till I don't feel nny pains. Peyton Parrish announces his Cardui worked llko a charm." Saturday night to support his wifo enndidncy for Jailer of Lincoln There must bo merit tn this purely nnd children who anxiously await county, subject to the nction of tho Vegetable, tonic remedy, for women his homo coming spending bis hard Democratic pnrty.. Cardui for It has been In successful earned money m the saloon and leav George DeBorde announces his candidacy for Jailer of Lincoln roun tiso for more than CO years, for tho jng them in nbject poverty. Compnrc treatment of womanly weakness and tho big, sleek, well dressed saloon ty subject to the nction of tho demodisease. cratic rjartv. keeper with the ragged hungry lookPlease try it, for your troubles. Dink Farmer is n candidate for ing norkmnn nnd jotirself which N. B. Write In; ttin' AJvlwry Dtpt. Oitt-noo- f Jailer of Lincoln county subject to a AtrJklnc Co . Chatunooo, Trnn.. for .S'vrvjJ one is tho fool. hnok, ''Horn Trriimtnt lUfrurfinnt. jnj Tho Inboring man never hail n tho action of the Democratic party. tor Wwmo," Mnl In pUIn wnpptr, oa itquest. worse enemy thnn the saloon, fiod For Magistrate pity the depraved uieteh who is n J. T. Roberts announces his ennThe first of February we shall member of any churih in Lincoln didncy for Magistrate in tho Stan- drop for our list tho names of n cu-pl- e ciMinty nnd votes for saloons. The ford district, subject to tho action of of hundred subscribers who nre idea of God's cliildrin suppoiting tho the Democratic Party. in arrears and who havo not given us .ircli enemy of his church is too n Wm. F'elds announces his candi- nny iiiHiiriiticc that they will pay for dioulous to think of. God's people dacy for Magistrate in the Stanford the paper. We shall continue to stand for thnt which elevates and district, subject to the nction of the work along this line until we get ev- make men better and never for thnt ery subscriber in the list paid in adDemocratic Party. hich tears down and destroys his vance, and then we are going to keep children. If the saloon is as bad ns them in advance. This is merely a nil good people it is. a man uho Operation of the bank deposits matter of business with us. Wo had U n good citizen, much less n Chrisfail- - j guaranty law in Nebraska has rother have 2,000 paid in advance tian can not support it. cd to result in panic, business chaos subscribers than have 3,000, half of If the saloon conies to Stanford and bank failures, as its opponents whom drag along iuinrrears, and g who will support it? Are you predicted when it wns made n of whom never pay. Tho ensh to furnish the hovs? Fellow mui Nntionnl Democratic Plat- in ndvnncc system of paying subthe think soberly nnd serinu-l- y before form in 1908. There was no bank scriptions will not be put in full forco yon cast your vote, and if you have failures in Nebraska last year. What in the county just yet but will outside no self resK-et- , God's sake, rc- the law accomplished wns more nnd of the county, nnd nearly hnlf of our pect the loving for tenderhearted tnothrr better business for the banks. The list is on the list paid in advance, who gave you birth, and vote ngainsi money on deposits in the GG9 state and wo shall not drop nny of those the saloon. banks was increased last year over in the comity until nre sun- - they tho year before by $2,209,674.35 Tho FROM A COLORED PASTOR. do not wnnt the paper. reserve on hand is 27 per cent, or 1'IlEliNlERIOR EUbllhd OliRNAL. CARDUI WORKED ecry LIKEA CHARM Bread Winners The Man Who Labors Must Wear the Working Man's Clothes. To Keep Dry Get one of o J, 1 JKlI .11 IV f 1 A. nan Tan in color, with brass fastenings. jjf OUr j-.- frc nk It NEVER LEAKS, it never sticks, nor cracks. Not a better one made. Only $3 OVERALLS You can't work without overalls and you want a good pair. Then get the "Headlight." We think it has them all beaten in two ways. They are a little Neater, made a little Fuller in size; 50c in little fellows, 75 cts in youths and $1 in men s size. CORDUROY TROUSERS-Anot- her good thing for the working man, $2, 2.50, $3, 3.50 a pair. Up to 50 in size. one-four- th vV-in- fea-turor- of HARVEY NOT THE 'GOVERNOR'S OWNER ;s Dnt truo nnj fn;r 0 pnyf writes Col. Wntterson with respect 'to qov Wilson, "that except for Col. Hnrvev he would not be in th. mr- - .it ltcv. W. L. Logan, one of the leading colored preachers of tho county who bus enlisted activity in tho ftgbl to keep saloons out ot Lincoln county, contributes the following to tbu column: There is a class of jr.en today, Who inter to sing und pray, They pray; Oh, Lord, thy Kingdom come, And then go out and vote for rum. H. J. McROBERTS StanfordKy. un' t rtvM-rnat- 9 hcil-dre- Wine is a mocker, strong drink is raging, and whosoever is deceived Thereby is not wim-- , I'rov. 20-Woo unto 'him that givcth 3i5s neighbor drink, that puttest thy bot-tl- o to him nnd maket him drunken I also. Hub. Who bath woe? Who hnth borrow? Govs. Hadley, of Missouri. Stubbs, Who bath of hunsns and (J1nsscocl of Wet Who linllt contentions? Mrginia hnvc announced as favoring babbling? Who b.itel Woulids with the republican nomi- out cniiso? Who hath rcdnoi-Itoosevelt of eyes? They that tatrv long ut the nation for President. far-awa1. n 5. ning nt nil." The Wntterson charge of ingratitude i no stronger tliMi tho assumption thnt it was Harvey that blew greatne-- s into Wilson. It is hardly necessary to point oat thnt this assumption verges' on nansense. If Governor Wil-o- n discovered that Col. Harvey was controlled by tho conviction thnt he was tho father of ad chief proprietor of the Wilson enndidacy the governor may bo ex cused for deeming tho friendship irritation and irksome. Thnt Col. Harvey is able to prove thnt on some y date, biforo anyone else he "suggested" the nnme of Wih-oestablishes no rights of ownership, New York Globe. How will tlfoso saints at' last np-pe- SOMETHING NEW A Wickless Coal Oil Stove. who Nolo for rum, gin, ale nud beer, Will the good judgu say to them; - hlcscd Come, ones, who favor rum? Tho wages of sin is dentb. Item. Call and see it. fr H wine. Suit Cases. All Leather. Tho nttempt of Wall Street 'to place its collar on Woodrow Wil3.78 son was a flat failure. Woodrow is a man of tho 'people. 3'o g O & 0 J Oat Sweaters. Ladles and men's all Wool $3.50 coat sweaters at 3.00 coat sweaters ai 2.50 coat sweaters at 00 cont sweaters at 1.6Q noat sweaters at 1.00 'coat sweaters at 50c coat sweaters at 25o coat sweaters ai Gentle- M .. !.l! 1.99 Straw and Fiber Cases. , $2.00 eases at '9 1.50 cases at 7SC 1.00 cases at 1912-Resolved TEMPERANCE COLUMN This space is engaged by the Temperance Committee of Lincoln County. 0 0 O no man put a stumbling hl k in his I), ithor'h win. We tint, that .no strong ought to bear the infir mities of t" "rX. :::u! to ; s. Horn. 10. 13, 15, 1. Como out Feb. ''O. 1012 und votu for God, home und nntive land. ! t otir.-eH'f- W. H. HIGGINS, Stanford, Ky. uu WE CALL ESPECIAL ATTENTION To Our Gcntlcmeu W Ladles' Scarfs and Phwnlx Mufflers In Cllt anil Ufoih Silk gc 2.00 nnd $2.50 scarfs at tl 1 lCl 50 nnd 75c scarfs Bnfa nf at ..... ; 39c THAT WE WILL ENDEAVOR DURING Underwear. Men's and Ladles Woolen ac 1.25 garment S0e earruciits ut 25o Kurments at Kiln LEGGINS OF ALL KINDS. 39c. 79c. $1.49 and $1.48 Gloves in Work and Dress $ .48 $2 00 d(VeH at .19 $J 50 cl)Vtf, nt 79C 1.00 cloves at 3gC 1 THE YEAR of Lincoln county: How nro you going to vote n the coming election? l'eforc you decide this very important question, sit quietly down in the presence of your 1a nily nr.d meditate on this quotiou seriously ntid conscientiously then go dictntc nnd voto ns your eoncion-nijd you .u!l be u tniuily inn um1 feel Mm ,i h ri. 10 rrnpoi t nf .11 PRECRIPTION DEPARTMENT It cannot be excelled anywhere. We guarautee accuracy and use only the most reliable-drugs-. All pre scriptions will be filled actly as written. f'LCNTi r . Cotton Underwear 1912 AS WE HAVE SINCE .,. 1 1 39c g THE ORGANIZATION OF I? ttat .o S"! ?. ilSS 25 ntid 35 cent hose Imsierv at HOSIERY. THIS BANK TO DEVOTE OUR TIME. SKILL AND at 39c 50c cloves at I9C 25a cloves at We Pay Hiiest- ex- and He '"I.". ::'.!".! 04 American AT 4csimpson caliand 4 C0ES - CAPITAL TO PROMOTING THE WELFARE OF THE BANK AND !... 2c Market oX Prcp-duce- ,)!, i i' HAND Aunt to 'bii-kci- ra erw . i. ""TOnY" COME WMWNttUMlS' PLACE. REMEMBER ITS u CUSTO- Prices For mil. I a t oop, h du MERS, i Lim All kinds -t. alt ortP ami flnbb i REMEMBER THE DATE REMEMBER THE ONLY TWENTY DAYS Sam Robinson, Stanford, Kentucky. EARLY ARP ARO iET THE PICK OF THE MMI UNCOLN COUNTY NATIONAL BANK corner next to Court House StMfirrf, Kentucky. i Hides and ' .t We have both ro'iub "mber nnd if we .'rtii mit voo it kind, o'lri tity, iiial-itnobmlv und i tor So il h Imui. u d or a ijiHturiiiU. i 8 come ! sien In You will get from us just what your physician prescribes, prepared with pharmaceutical skill OUR MOTTO: ' Furs ripe us before you sell, get priiii J. AALlt.' w Shnnrrl Kv QUALITY IS OF FIRST IMPORTANCE Dr. Hns1 Pwltry arts in cotuitrv or drliercd. CONCRETING h id. lu liu't tiwk F- -i l 'I S. NorthGQfl. Tudor. Mtir. PHO.SE 153. Wr'ti rttii( T. K. sork nilO ir hfdrv t'm. bnulwi ' u promt . tuUoiill klndt ut con. Work, I'HVvinMnli IM1JT tlllllH (ruin l mil knryi . uariiiile tlrat.vlitit t V anil gul our ptlcw to OdtnrllllHt loii.l ,'i.iH-IIIMkH Penny's 7)rng Store, Stmnfortl, Jtiniucky. i i hf i VV PHILUPSBROS., Snfurd. KMttMky ?'tiJM, w. THE tTANPOM INTCmOII JOURNAL NOTICE OF ELECTION Regular term Lincoln county court Jltli ilny of December, 1911, lion. JumoH I. Uuiley Judge pre- STANPtM, KENTUCKY held I ---- luding. In Ko I jl 8fg Unique Story oils Discovery .H.7 --' l"H1 L WiM J. 0. Wcnlhcrford nnd other?, petition for locnl option election. Upon tli6 hearing of the nbovc Htylfil cause, 1'. M. McRoberts, nn Attorney, nppcurcd beforo tbo court nml moved the court to file n ecr-tnpaper, which be then puMcn'.cd nud which is in words and figures And W. L. McCarty, Sheriff, of Lincoln county Is hereby ordered to open a poll in each nnd nil of the voting prcciucts of Lincoln county o on February lOlh 1012, for tho of holding' snid election n herein ordered, nnd he is directed to publish the order nnd call for snid election in the Interior Journnl pur-pos- 3 1-- ' Public Safe I will sell at my farm 1 miles from near the Somerset pike on THURSDAY, Stanford 4 EUaiO5AJLOOKJESIQri5JaBaS "And I TH THlVtfl4. J' V . JV 1. ino-ine- ui in Tnle I.. 0. Goocb, V. L Singh ton, It. Y. Hnllnrd, 0. C. Itiffe, . G. Mc-- I itmey, Unfits Lipps, Jump Vnwcll, A Coffey nnd oilier citicns, residents end voters in Lincoln loiinly 2-sto- ry ('nlit' I., nnd moved the court to ((ill iniic tins hearing of (his eiise, A Copy. nail 'J liurhilny December lltl lflll Linin order thnt the nbove pcisons nnd Attest: U. II. COOPER, Clerk never-failin- g the holdi'i. of snid coln County Court. o'"icis oppoetl to Notice is hereby given that in . lnny lmvti nu opp)i:unuy the I i it of petitioners obedience to the above order of the to cxmuiuc county, County Court of Lincoln filed herein, to the end thu til! persons signing snid petition who me that said election will be held by me not legul voter-"- , nnd whose names Carty, Sheriff Lincoln County. lire improperly signed and nppcnr FORMER LINCOLNITE thereon may be stricken therefrom, and they stale and arc advised nud Now One of Most Substantial Busi believe that said petitions do not gg ;3ggr---"r.Y-afarmz? ness Men In Oklahoma. contain a sufficient number of 'egnl , petitioners to tifllhorie this court w. zzAiMtiUtf'ttttf'irrtt?xt TrTVtuu-rA recent issue o fan Oklahoma to call said election, and this motion year-ol- d is made in good faith mid not for City newspaper in giving mi extended mares,f,4-year-old of (lie prominent business 1 purposes of tleliij. They state that write-u- p (if the new slate, had this to rnitl petition was onlv filed on Fri-- j firms 1 day December S, 11)11 and they linvo say nt" ,1. H. Carson ,who went from 1 had no time to make a careful ex- Lincoln to Poncn City n number of TheWoridis Champion amination of said litis, which eon- - years ago and has prospered in his 1 1 1 n hunce to no into his com field bcgan carefully breeding this new tnins about 17."i0 names,"' nnd the new home: Carson & Son. by a piece of luck pick out an .wirielv of corn. ror two venr.- lie attorneys thereon moved the court and The development of this part of nr which Nature has fashioned pl'mlcd two rows of Heid's Yellow to continue the hearing of this cause 1 1 1 both in i.old '"" "l Alexanders Stnii- - until Thursday, December 14th, the state, country, the city and sur- vri more crfeitlv and with it '"'"'--. has been marked train this lndi.ina Standard, delasseling the old to the filintr of which paper loiniiliii',' lllll. wieM the honors atliuiti, e.iiiiiot do bet t it to disabuse daid. From the detussclcd rows he Mx, the making of said motion .1. S. mid one that bus attracted wide mind of this fallacious notion picked for seed only the ears cairy- - Owsley and G. D. Florence, nttor-in- g tention. A large shnrc of this proshis he wanted to ,.Vs for IC petitioners objected and perity ami eiilurgeiucut of territory the characleri-tic- s than to read the story of l'nlin nnd wprotlucc, p muting thc-- e in breed- - it nppc.iring to the court that said now under cultivation outside our his chamiuou ear. .. : : . . . .. f P. M .MCKODcris tun not reprceiu city, is due to energetic effort nnd In the first place. Palin know. '.- -' plots and nuiiiitmiiing careful if there were no more proof lection, so thnt in nine vents time he any person whose name was signed foresight of active real estate firms, type. to the petition nskiug for said elec- Prominent umoiig these is the firm of thi- - l'sct than the bare story of nan (ifil(ivcl n The l'alin champion ear was the tion overruled his motion to file said established five jenrs ugo by ,1. E. the development and discover of the firs l winner of the W. K. Kellogg paper and overruled his motion to Carson ami liis sou T. II.. Carson, chaniiinm ear. it would lie ciidiil-Ii- . And in proof of this fact heie is Nalioi.nl Corn Tiophy, a hauiNome continue the hearing of said cause. both of whom arc well known to the And Ihcrc'ipon the petitioners by business men of this community. H'""" '""I enamel cup mnde.by Tif- the -- torv as he told it himself: of NVw York at a cost of 'rl.OOO their attorneys deposited with tho In addition to real estate, they "It was in November. 1910, nnd wc wer.- - just harvesting our crop Mr. Kellogg ns the originator and court the sum of $1", being the Tcpiescnt n number of the world's Com nniount lived by the murt ns neces-snr- y lurgest insurance companies nnd do Vh.. ...iili..r h.ul t.c..n cim.iI. hot u.. 'manufacturer of Toasted were a little late with the harvest. Flakes natmally has a deep inter-- st to defray the expenses of said u large business in lands and farm Evciythiiig In farms resiThe men were going thioiigh the in the development ol the higher election unit the petitioners moved tlomi'.. . field with wugoii III the usual way grades, of corn, for the company of the court that said cause be heard dence nml commercial eitv nrnncrtv he is president, the Kellogg and the court sustained said mo- - ,is listed in their offices, and both of Hi, t'jirii, mid the Inn vest which gntneiiiig roasted Colli Hake Co., requires ten '.ion. the members of this firm are thor- vms n piiinuing one. i c have n sort of corn show nt thousand bushels of coin u duy for And it iinnearitig lo the court oughlv in touch with the ie.il estatr the making of its product. Thu Kel- - that at a special term of this court field in this section of the country my farm ail the time mid there is an imanl for evceptionally true held Friday, December 8th, 1911 a Durinsr Ike comparative short time PLEASANT POINT DANIEL BOONE AXLE GREASE to tvpe In permit of their being written petition wa liled nnd noted that this linn has been in operation Tilde U a small ho on evof iceord signed by u number of they hnvc developed a large business legal votcis in ench of the precincts nnd their clientele includes some of Uro. Jeffries filled bis en w ii ion in which the uio-- t pr-l.e- t nt the Ilnptist church Satur of Lincoln county eipml to mid the most important property owners eai iri lhroii. These, when And don't (institute the mperlv selected. day and Sunday. There was a temmore thuil -.- " per cent of the voles in this section; nnd innny of the A deals and transfers in. the perance lcctuie Monday night. seed i .in', Jl id limong these mole cast ui snid several piecinets at have to grease periei t cais we occHsioiinily find an the leuular November election, 1!M1 past veals have been credited to Ibis large crowd wns picsent and every nskiug that an election be, held in fiiui. ear that ue are willing lo exhibit in one seemed to enjoy the talk given by but once a l W Jl. In addition lo the activity display- Uro. Jones very much. Wake up a eolitt I. said Lincoln county on week. 10. Ill I "J, for the puriiose of taking ed in their business thev have always you ''I'll the (lav the elllililpion ear vvns temperance peoplo unit vote found I was .it the house and nt din-ngninst the saloon, the enemy of our the sense of the legal voters of said taken n prominent part in civic time one ot the men hroiuht it who n to qualified to vote at fairs and aie lecognied ns Ilie pro-m- i. county. Those who cannot vote Made in Louisville by CHAS. C. STpLL OIL CO. e could speak a wind uimiiist i'i and laid it, l(h t iniuibei' ot olli-,- i election lor county officers, upon gressive type of men who have -- J V it. I ' pioposition The home of Mrs. Altiude Hughes .r whether or not tahlished for l'oneu City a leputatiou e,ir, iihmi I'ic wiiiilow sill in tin k ' well room tor me lo take and put spirituous vinous aor malt liquors for being one of the best cities in n is burned Tuesday: origin of fire of your life. IMPORTANT TO ALL WOMEN shall bo sold, bartered or loaned in the stale of Oklnhmu.n siwn.v in the seed house. unknown. There was small insurance READERS OF THIS PAPER FRED C. PALIN. "Well I said, 'Mo jim think vcu've Davison Dye contuiucx very ZEMO MAKES ASTONISHING IJiicoln county, nnd asking that the , Mr. got a amid ear theie. piovision of the law nml prohihi- ' BOWEN NEWS. ill. Charles and F.verelt Dye nrc ECZEMA CURES awaid-e- d tiophy "It lolis lo me like :i good em" he lo!' aaniial was offered to be the Wst lion bo npplicd lo drtiggists, nml Thousands upon thousands of woMr. ii. Slalon, of Indiana, is lure also on the sick list. in competition for "We Proye It." , . "Wh.it do von think of it?" mid. men lilivu kidney" or bladder 'trouble this day, came said etitiuncrs mid mi biiMiic:. A little child of Mr, Johtisoifs vvtis sniffle ear of com until won twice by Kvcry day ZEMO. gives relinf-jin- d "I picked it up and looked ill it mid ift'ver.isuhjiect it, . have painfully burned by falling into the the siuue producer. The f.ict that move! the court, to enter tin order, Misses .Maggie mid Nancy over. "Well I said finally, ( think it directing said election to he. held ijs letumed home from a three weeks fire n few days since. cures men. women, j and cliildreu(iu lv omeji's voin;kniits often prove to I i the KelloKU product made only nsfced is the roost pofeel mr of corn ever but' kidney trouble, in snid petition, nnd it tip- - visit flout Noilh Camiinn. Messrs. OHie Houten" and Claud eyery town .iu America whose be nothing from .selected white com while the .vw. It's goml enough to win tin W. Mr. Sum Swcneey of Itloomiugtoti. Singleton are contemplating going to skins nrc on- - lire t wUl- - ttuturinir or the nvmJL offV fciWv or Idadder winning ear Was of a pronounced penring to the couit upon tlniiiroof .. s jINcbsc (t J"W K. Kel'.f, l,0(V) trophy Has year Hiv open court upon snid mo- Arizona. KC.KMA rashes yellow type, vvns a 'peculiar featuie. heard l.r i ivrv oll visit. at Omaha. tmu'that "tlie'signattties to said pe If the kidnv,mii;ioLiiTrJiiiltliy sojourn of (luce .venvx in binning, scaly, unavtiisicd-'skJu- i Mr. Kobeil Tu.vlor, of l.ibeity. y .Alter u The Kellogg trophy was wou in tint Vendition, they inuy cnuMv.tlte other m- - jtcd hi,' sstcr California Mr. Jessie Jfcu$pn husrvi ticalp nuraors. a here nVweek-wil- --a,s.. 1910 at Columbus, ()., by It. A. James titiou arc true and genuine (T?r. organs to become diseased. tuiv of the persons whos.e mimes I imied here finding there is no place Aiihur Staton. of Charleston; III., with a magnificent ZBM0 and ZKMO (ANTlSEPfJO) r You thereon, and that ,thn pcti- - j Mr. .1. F. Idissull spent the duy like home. a great deal with Yellow Dent, but not aiipear car of Iteid's Uh SOAl', two refined picparatious will pain in the back bearing down feel- i v. tinners aio legal voters iu their i with !Mr. Jim Mctiirr at .Muielaiul Mr. K. J. Ilogue is impioving Ins give ,M "?ir!i " M'ifcet nu cur as that which ori- you such quick relief that. bu headache mid loss of ambition, ' siu'ctivc prweinets in said Lincoln Sundae farm, cleaning, fencing building etc.. kit ' the and winch ,. .; r . ... :.i ,,, l'oor heiillh laukes you nervous, f riuuitv won knowntropliv"the best car viiiiiii.i s r,--.., j i. :.. .sum ....,!.!..... I .. ls rcpirrleil. a widdmg is to .lie It seems Mr. Olllsli ,rnir Oeiiuini will feel like a new person. -i n iciiuiii. Iing bus heeui'ic as mid may lie despondent; it We die jou tine" reasons why nud tliul tlio regular election ueul in lioweu real sunn, giiese who J neighbor is going to s,how von far1. 1' corn ever mown." 7 mix one so, . itlll, is the last Miiuilicr Mis. J. F. Itiisscll sjicnt the day mers something this year, by the way we ictommciid and indorse . ZKMO The ne.vt awald ol this tinphy nud .cino Soap for till skin mid j llui thoiisjiuds of irritable, ner-- I geueial e'ectiou held in said with .Mis. .Muck Mooic, Ibis week. he has liegitu furmiug. will he made nt the next Nulioiiui oils, tired nud liiokcu down women vol-o'Mr. Wesley Mailin,-o- f M;ss Minnie llrowu is ut home to scalp eruptions, Citsey, was "... Corn Kvposilion, which will be heM ouotv. anil that there are l.t 1st. They aie ejean, scicutillc have their health and '.if piecinets in s.iid eiiuntv, mil' lip on huipess this week, her friends bavins; successfully in I'Vliiuaty 19i:i, ut Colimibm, S. S. : prcpnratioiis thnt give universal .strength by the Use m' wuiiip-IIoo- t, Mr.'Q. Staton htio been visiting ie. taught sehonl nt Kllison. It is I'luniitd to make this exposition 'lint the ii'iichei of ii'tlt idiicl'rs friim ft satisfnction and pleasant nud the great kiduev and bladder rcnitdv. prceiiiels i. lutives iu Liberty. ... Miss Kthel Ilogue is visiting nt ngrecul.o to use aio all times. lunch lnoader in scope than nn held encii of snid voting at Snian-Hoo- t hum; new life uad to.tul lo Mini more than -- " per icol K. (i. Ciillilaud this Mrs. Mary Johnson who visited the home of Air. -- il. lltey are not experiments, netiv'itj In the kiduevs, the cans, of in the ii. ist, nud coiiseipieiitly n longol' the votes icpcciivcly east in snid relatives in Chiittuuoogu, Tcnu., Ihi.s reek; '. bin :ro proven cures for cvr.v form si. I um ,.. Mill be required for prep.! raer . . Mrs. John Singleton, of Wuvncs- - ol sl.ni ,ir scalp iilTeetions w ether tion. S,iecia1 buildings nrc being preciueis ut the regular Noventbci veturucd home. M,an. send for u sample bottle to' Mr lieoigc Staton, Jr.. is very jl uiv. and daughter of ludiiiua, aie oil llif.illts or LMOWII ilie exposition, the uiiiln t lection. 1!M1, vthieh is the last pre. Milled lor wniiip-Koulh the gient ste Miiat .'Id. Tiu-.work on a now prinei-p- l ceding general election held in snid sick. Uiu'sti at Mr. C. llrown's. I X .1. huildiiig In e ll'U hv Hi" feet, ground Th'V do uoi ghae liver the Kidney, Liver nod bladder remedy .Mr. I'. I'. Siiudidgc. bus iiMixcil into Mis. Laura Flaninu ictuined lo v ill iiicasiiieiiieiits. The show will lnt county, it is now ordered and addolor llietii. Llcjy riliilel of I judged by the com t that .in election Lis new 'esidence. titer home al Lebanon nfler spending slirfiii c, but hey penetrate to the Ibis piiK'r, ulin lui 'it... i..i.. ..r s:..nii. i. ... .I..W . not already scut ot the tioiiblo and draw the III Air. Villiur is oi4 agiiui mi his the holidays with her pmenis heie. ;v'"!j,l! linn litis appiop-inttfor the be and is heiebv ordered to be held Co. germ lifu from uudeiueiiii the skin tiied it nin mldtcss Dr. Milmcr ' .Mis l.nrzie Dye is at Dauvill Vil.'sj' expenses of the exposition nud the in Lincoln coiiuiy. Ky'.. on Suturduy broken leg. l 'iid dtroy it. Li this wnv a coin. Imi.'haintou. N'. T. ami receiw a rr.mnvv VI.. II, .v. I.... Mil..!,. .11 ..It'.. ",l, IIM'J, for the purpose, llltli 'J .Mrs. .Muck Mooic ,is not tpiilc so Mimiilc bottle ftie b iiuiil. You can herprospect is Unit Diii' will-"d,'llt I llllll II I'lllV IIV II ,plele cure is ellceted iu nny ' Wttyr.esbui'g weie guests of .Mr. It. of sLio nt seiitn eeniilii.il. pun base the rtgulat and self proud" in mi cl'loit lo make this of Inking the sense of the Icgul vn. well ut Ibis writing. D. l!o';ne mid wife. lludorsed and sold in Stanford by (lie dollal size bolths ut nil drug K&?, t eviir.sition the gieatest of its kind let's of snid county, wh. lire tpinli- " "rc i is?3- -. .Vrv; t v er he'.tl. Do you know that fully nine out of Chuilie Mrown is going to Dr. the Fenny Drug Store.' Till f:ed to vote nt an election for conn- fil"es. vt ii ,rrii riiAL'i v& WlUVLLaLiVJUV r syi ly officers, upiai the proposition, every ten hcsch tif iheu ra.tim are Thompson's quite often. Whether he 6W3 'si:i?s:rv7S:7S7S f ' e ni ,i When given lis soon us the croupy ..nil ik jl f.v n i'iinsiijitiiin is the cutis of many whcl her or not spiritous vinous or sitply iheuuiatisin of the innelcH goes for medical aid or lo sen a BOOKKEEPING ftoK)NAIX0RNTIDHlY' cough upjwars Chamberlain's Cough ailment nvd disorders (hut make matt liouors shall he sold bartered, due to cold oi cmhiii. or chrnuiu mighty pretty girl who is there TYPETRITlNGMrf Komedy will ward off an nttuck of hriiitmtisiu, nnd irtpiiie .... itcrinil . lire at a loss lo sav. mi ,. JV1ADK DY TIFKANr life miserable. Tak.e tiblbHiitn's or loaned iu said Lincoln county. TELEGRAPHY Mr. Joe Moffett, our clever hachc- - croup un'd prevents nil dunger and TWce Awarded, lb be Com l.iver TakUli. keep And it is. farther adjudged by the nitimeiil whateverT Apply Chain-- 1 Nomnch nnd 1LinR.tMITHUt IftiM RtiU pcted for dialu at the next huu-l.i- ir ! Iiiiiiiii tlaaiMil cause o nnxlety.r Thousands of im. fre'j nnd- e lor ineud, certumly is enjoiing voiir Isvwrls regular and you will court that Ilie provision of the law icrlaif's ljuimeiil 111 Fni.l.l h.t v..ro.l..rlMs. In ta.MA.slil. Com Show utCOLUMDLVS.C.,- 4iiie.klv.it eivvi wlief. For sale tU these winter itlkys. Some of inotherH use it successfully. Sold by iivold flirse discisvu. For sal bf nud the prohibition sIihII apply to .u. is, ' iv,w. vihim a-- 4 n t ww . WOW) WtLMCB H. s jbie . Ii. Penny. by G. L. Fenny, juu siib uro surelv 'miiug ilrngflpstf; Q. I Vemjf. aTH. L.llMata--s "Just n countryman that's nil", Is tho way the grower of this ear of corn, Mr. Fred C. l'nlin, sljles himself. Though ho is admitted to be one of the lend-in- ? corn in the countiy one whose services urn greatly in rU'tnnnd as n judge of corn exhibits, Mr. l'alin nskrf for no greater honor of tlistinutioti tluiii to bo known aw a plain Iloosier farmer, nnd while he openly professes n icasonnblu pride in the uchievemeiit of growing the famons ear of corn which wns ndptdged the most perfect ever grown, it is without a shadow of ostentation. Tlic champion ear of corn was not an accnlent. Thorn can bo no, greater lesson in the value of careful study and painstaking selection of seed nml breeding tlinii the experiences of this' same l'nlin. 'I'hc f.'iruiT who thinks he stands eeits I wns confident the saw it, mid looked it out, that I held thu trophy winner in my baud. So much so that when 1 lelt for Omnhn to exhibit the car, I took it out of my grip and showed with the it to tho slutiou ngciil words, (hat's the ear I am going to win the 1,000 trophy with." So there's the story of llui chain, pion enr ns l'alin told it himself. And on the strength of it who will say that Fred C. l'nlin doesn't justly merit the title. "The Man who knows icin?" Mr. Putin's experience as a farmer began about sixteen jettrs ugo. lie had been on the road as a grocery specially salesman, when ho 'took a notion that he would rather he an agriculturist so ho Inn': n few short courses at Purdue liii'crsily and rented a portion of the farm he now occupies. Nine years ago he --a- ns follows: "In re J. 0. Wentherford and ether, petition for locnl option election. Now comes, .1. A A''.cil, t' l a newspnper published lit Stanford, Ivy., for nt least two weeks beforo the 10th day of February, 1012, tho diitn of snid election, nnd ho will also ntlvcrtisc name by printed hand hills posted nt one or more conspicuous places in ench voting precinct of snid county for nt least two weeks beforo said election. The form of the question to be plnccd on tho ballot is ns follows: "Arc you in favor of the YES snlc, barter or loan in Lin- coin county, Ky., of spirit-ou- s, vinous or mnlt liquors. NO The provision of the locnl option Inw nnd prohibition shall apply to druggists. ( c.ci-iinn- m .- W I yjkzZZiS EarfM 1 - ( "" J I I ..... uell-sclllr- frame house, nicely arranged cattle barn and all outbuildings, springs, new concrete spring house. About 70 acres under cultivation, remainder in grass. Terms on real estate made known on day of sale I will also sell at the same time the following personal property: 10 milk cows, some of them extra good milkers, 2 heifers, 30 head good cattle consisting of 14 yearlings and 16 team of mules, extra good workers, 3 good brood 5 gelding works everywhere, fine pony, weanling horse colt, 6brood'sows 2 with pigs, 24 shoats, good red Berkshire boar 2 farm wagons, top wagon top buggy, buckboard, wagon, harness, plow gear, buggy harness, 2 new turning plows, binder, mower, manure spreader, disc harrow, smoothing harrow and all kinds oi farming tools, about 75 barrels of corn. Will also sell 4 shaies of stock in Stanford Creamery. 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, nash in hand. with silo, cribs, granary with big cellar under latter lds, old Commencing' promptly at 9 o'clock, the following real estate and personal property. My Blue Grass farm of 193 acres. Place contains ice February 1 , ' 1 2 fJ' VonAllmen, FredSTANFORD, KY. USE" 5I fob J. P. Chandler, Auct r "WE J f -- I YMsa EnBK5LjtjlfNs3PlQip -- u t WMB? r tsMi'ViV ''. '' es-th- 1 el-i- c a 1 TC jj, h -- niuy.-suffe- "v-v.VV8 " ( A:f w; rm ?t4 jm-- ft ,,, 1 pre-cdil- iu ed J I . . i, i.... wsm Jr,'u 0fk3LJMIlJW ,y. rrvSr.r. 1 "( cs i "ii- sv I ... i -r s lh W.IT i aU ,,. M.V'1 "'''! SNAWSfflWSP THE STANFORD INTERIOR JOURVAL. "rrr y'U.'isyf " I L H0QWALLOW HAPPERIN6S SHERIFF'S SALE FOR Stanford List White) COMC RACK HOME. DELINQUENT TAXES Alsninn. W. T NU 30 neres . .$10.50 ourbon County Farmers Disappoint(From Hogwnllow Kcntuckiau.) Ilrnndenbure. H. 10. 18 ncres.. 3.00 County Certificate Review, Life Diploma, Raz Harlow will devote next week Hrunilcnhurv. Stanley 105 A.. 8.00 ed In West. Special. Tuition Free to Appointees, 11 I, W. L. MeCnrty, Sheriff of 52.55 Ilricht. J. W.. 120 neres to looking through the. cntnloguo he Expenses Verv Lour. Ask About It. Artitic Cntnloeuo Free. Address county,.vill on MONDAY, FEB. Carpenter. Jennie nnd DovuII&L received yesterday from Chicago. l'liri.t, Ky., Jnn. 25. Quito n lingo 29.05 Tor 1010-191- 1 : Richmond. Kentucky : : : : : J. G. CRABIE. President. 12, 1912, County Court day, offer for The doctor wns enlled to see Mrs. umber of tobacco growers havn in 5.70 Comuus. 1). V.. !17 ncres He gave recent cars gone from Luke Muthewsla'yeM01-''-''- ' pale, at the Court House door in llourboii j 2.00 Dawes. Chas. 25 acres her several doses of medicine nnd mint y to Misvoim for tbo purposo Stanford, Ky., the following property Davis, ,1ns. Nlt.100 ncres 22.95 thinks she cannot survive. of raising tobacco, being induced by returned delinquent, same being the Delnncv. Jno H&L Rowland... 5.90 While over nt Tickville Thursday tho glowing ncounts given by the to .".(() Arum lull neres ! Feinnri. nmount due lor state nnd county nnd .Sid Hocks wrote himself a long letter bacco growers of the Missouri to (lamoics. Frank ILVL Rowland 4.95 ....... :. school tax for the year 1011. Said 1.. waningmid is anxiously ..!.!...- us ni :..! bacco belt to ubundnn the raising Gilliluud. J. I'.. 3 1 ncrcs ... 5.40 Burns white. clear an pale to begin at 1 o'clock 1. M., Htau-dnr- d the tan drop. if tobacco here, where innny of them ateadr to or everyone In For nt the post office. 3.90 A. J.. 2 ncres llnst. the iika tha The mail currier's horse got fright- had been doing well, nnd risk their family. Insist on having time. The names of those pay- Hocker. J. T.. NR H&L 2.80 ened nt the postmaster this morning chances in thnt new Eldorado of the ing before thnt dale, will bo stricken Johnson. C. NR. 450 acres ..20.05 Oil 1 nnd ran away. The mail earner will tobacco interests. To such others, acres... 4,55 o(T list. W. L. McCARTY, Sheriff. Lvons. Jns. NR Bootless Odor. Smokeless 19.50 npologire when he gets back if nny, ns mny be thinking of join- l.unsford. John 10 ncres its costs no more man in' fprlnr tank mxntson k.INlS Crab Orchard White r ,mg tins exodus lo Missouri ine or J, It. nrvnii." - saves is engnged this Isaac Ilellwanu-emoner. Yourdeaier has it In fcarrela direct trotn our worn Saves eyes.'1.2," 3.9(1 Anderson, Dave, ncies in hauling nil the dirt off of his pciience of R. A. McVey will prove KY. STOLL Motor Oaaolsea, CHAS. C. Pa. Hlsa-Ow- OIL CO., LNISVIUE.Aoto OIL Avoy, Henry, 40 24 acres.... $ 4..r0 Miller. Jus. 47NR 110 ncres . . . J.00 Mow. J. W.. acres f ii rin on Musket Ridge, ns he intends .01 iniercsi. Retaerr at Wsma, Several years ago Mr. McVey, who to nliniKloii tunning entirety. Unrnes, Win. two acres 2.S0 Nichols. ReviiohU 180 acres . . 8.55 9.55 Rnins J. W.. 23 acres had been doing well raising tobacco photo-(rnp- h ,Ynin Sims stood for his Heaver, Henry, 40 acres 2.80 Routen. II. 1.. IKL Rowland.. 9.75 county, was induced by the .and the opposition took n new (nek. COWBOY AS A MAYOR. the other day. They will be in Ibis 4.85 0.(35 Struton. Joe S,. 2 acres Ilenge, Rice, 100 acres he had leeched of tbo l"Jp iilnvpd okir." tliov snid. "Von lip held a accounts mnde on post cards, and Scn.oniu. Clin. 100 neres bal..9.75 l" 11 ' out by tho 7.10 Svser. John & Dan I nere Hlnnton, J. I). 50 ncrcs CAREER 2.20 WILSON'S stamps in his hand. superior prospects held lot of one-ceNo lot I plnyed poker," nnswered Jim Dahlman of Omaha, Made Missouri tobacco belt to sell his inHobbill. V. V., 3&3 2 A.... 13.45 Truvlor. Mis. C. I).. 13'JS7. . .90.10 Luke Mathewla lias been counting mnn "nnd I piny poker now ,and if to Conceal His Record. 7.95 Wade. V. V'.. H&L terests here nnd try Ins chances in 4. GO Ware. C. (1.. 1 nere II. 75 ncrcs 4.25 on having his animal birthday right that new field. He has just returnthere is nny man in this nudience Hrock. J. AN INSPIRATION soon, but has bad to euneel it this 0.40 Ynkev. .'nek. 1LU H&L 8.00 Carpenter Ilros., Tall onks from liltlc acorns grow, who ever sat in with me nn'd didn't Commons, W. D., NR 114 A. ed to llourboii county, nccompuuicd C.20 Stanford (Colored) Delinauent List enr on account of the objection of by his wife uud his daughter, Miss' nnd James C. Dahlmuii is one of lliem know he had heen in a poker game Delaney, Geo. 25 acres 3.20 Abb. Oeo.. 2 his wife. $ 4.00 ncrts .Gcnnette Mi'Vey, and will rent n He went into the live slock commi.s- - nfier he got through 1 wunt Iiim to Delaney, Eliza 45 acres 2.20 Anderson. Jns. NR 31 acres 9.35 I'okc Kiialey is confined lo his farm in llourboii and reside here 5.05 Young Men of the Country May 4.70 JlahVv. Rosev. ILVL in Omaha a few years stnnd up o 1 enn see the color of Dishou. F. A. NR 40 ncrcs... business home with a bud case of mumps. It permanent ly, He hnd settled near 4.95 C.85 llattL'hmau. Richard H&L., Kdmiston. J. It. HAL Well Look Up to Him as ngo He looked Uhe ground over nnd his hair." More loud erie.s and it continues much longer he expects Weston, Mo. nnd rnUcd severnl .5.45 lluiiiihumu. I tuck 2 ncres. , 21.60 Elmore, W. D. 34& 54 A 3.50 he will hne to bine nil of his photo emps of tobacco but found himself it w'n.s time tthe city had a mult nnd miscellaneous noise. .Mean- - Farris, Mrs. Emma H&L.... 5.25 llrown. M MJ 1 neres ... Master of His Calling. 1.40 lirowu. C'harlev. 1 acre ... graphs enlarged. Democratic mnvir. Thev had had .time Dnulmnn had orgnnired lus cow Falconer, lien (19 ncres us u result of his efforts, the uumr 7.25 Uruce. Hell. 1 acre 4.05 .....1 Tl... Jiuiii rim .." n.i- - M.... Mill i f nothing except n sad experience who Fish, Oeo. 8 ncrcs 8.00 llll- I....... ii. !... 5.00 Collier. Lew 5 iutcs... ''ji none for seventeen years, nnd Dnhl-mu- u quaitette, four young fellows 4.10 AS EDUCATOR AND EXECUTIVE church is about to be whitewashed, jand a cnuuclivn that Sam. IKVL i.s 2.35 Duwoti. Tom. 42 started nut to break the spell. could sing, dressed them in cowboy Giant, Mrs. David 240 ncrcs S.53 ncres Elliott. No improvement will lie made on llic-o- t the place lo raise tnnneco and 4.95 Euulcmau. Jennie 1 nere 1.05 enndi- - rig, simps nml nil, witn Mgiistois Oriflln, S. D., 03 ncrcs lie announced himself as a Imclend, us nobody comes in that so he has coire back to llourboii . 2.25 3.80 (lardner heiis, 7 neres In Particular, Hit Record at th Gov- - i said: "Well he's .and bronchos, nnd the cowboy qunr-:- (nest, Anna 2 acres date. The 3.85 way but the preacher. 'county with his family to start anew. Gutu-un- , 8.55 (iriirs'n. Jim 19 acres Wm. .r(! ncies rnor of New Jtrtty 8howt Him 'I.S5 nerve! Only lied here a few telle permeated Omaha, singing nnd Josh. 30 neres Ml. Me ey says that quite n colony The postmnster has rcceied a let- 7.95 I Groves. WnlliT 1 acre . Hays, Mollic 43 acres Worthy of Hlghett Potltlon in Iljirins. 4.90 years nnd wants to be Mayor! Nolb- - j firing pistols ut every Unhlmuii meet4.05 I IJavs. Will tho Gift of bit People. ler with no name and address on it from llourboii settled in the neighbor-H- e Hilton, Jessie 25 ncres 4.25 acre ing and bringing out great crowds, ing in it, gentlemen; H.1H would like for the person it is .hood of Weston nnd that they have 1.50 .Ilavs. Mack. 2.j acres nothing; in it". Hut there Mas some- - It loked like a sweep for Dahlman Hincs, Geo. 20 neres 3.20 IliULMiis. Ji. v.. - neres- It would be hard to find a school similar to his own 1). V. 200 acres. for to please call and get it nil hnd il..0 i thing in it, for he wns nominated by The opposition was nervous. "He Holmes. Fred NR 50 II&L boy over the age of twelve years who and that muny of them would bo Holmes, ncres... i0.10 Jones. Amies NR acres within tive davs. .siiib Joins. Lewis. 10 haa not heard of tho name of Wood-rothe democrats. The opposition put could'nt write n veto mesnge gram- Hopper, Wm. 41 ncres 3.20 Iickev. Will 1 acre P't back to Il.mrbon county 4.55 Si.tnev Hocks is confined to Rye Wilson. up n most respectable and higkmind--- d matically or make a 'grammatical I Iopper, W. T., 15 acres 2.95 2.95 I.oL'an. Elira. 1 acre ".v W ' r Inmsportntion. ;, 2.20 Woodrow Wlleon was born la Straw juil with a complication of person who used a glove when speech if he was elected." they said Hays, W., 30 acres - w.v 4.85 l.o'juii. Mariah 5 acres "" " l'-- l" Virginia, December 28th. charges, lie expects to be out next MeKoberts. Miuulv 3 ncies . . l.'JO Stauulon, shaking hands with the voters. "Cow"Now here," replied Dahlman, "I HuihcrckMin, (I. 1'.. 153 neres i ...mo 1S5C. Ills father waa tho Rev. Joseph U....L- - unless . lot .if witnesses no ,P"-Mershon. John 1IL MOlV; '11 8.90 boy!" screamed the opposition. 'Cow-bo- was horn out in a frontier town and Humble II. (col) 2 2 iiloiw the tobacco field of Central ncres. 3.85 Middletou. I'oltv 2 ncres 5.80 11. Wilson and one of the most In back on their promises nt the trial. nothing but a there were seven of us in the family James, Ephraiiu 39 ncrcs . . . 4.35 Miller. Geo. Jr.. 2 ncie ... 1.80 fluential churchmen 'Kentucky for those of Missouri nnd of tbo south. There is talk nt building a rail- - that nothing could induce him ever There wns n sod school house a few Johnson, Mrs. S. A. 115 acres 0.95 Owsiev. Linda. ILVL Mli&'ll. 10.20 At the ago of two years his father 7.5(1 moved to Augusta, Georgia, wtiero ho load , rcuir.au. Men 3 acres near Musket Ridge, Duuiel "Fine," .snid Dablinnn. "Com buy is miles away, and wo didn't get much Kidd, 3.85 I'enmnu. Wes. A. I... acre 7 40 took charge of one of the largest and llooiie hnd to wnlk cverjwhere he again to cross the Mississippi river. nere enough for me. I'll put my schooling, because we hud to wotk Lanilslin, It., 7 li fi.i.l M r. V I llimm.,1 ..In. 2.95 l'oninuii. Geo. NR 9 acres . . 2.25 moat Influential acres churches la tlio went, and not bv all rieht, and cl ' '.. ... . chips on that." .. pretty bard to help out our daddy Linney, Mrs. J. M 402 7.45 south. 0.95 L'oss. Allen. ll&I iciu 10 ,iisoiiri spienu eais iicii cuy or .,, acies Augusta was men a ,. .. f..r m. mmii ni iIuh t A tiiht or two after the cowboy, and support the family, I'll admit 7.00 heirs. accompaiued .Mr. .Meey nml fiunily 0.05 Ross. Ellen, ILVL Monde, Henry, 50 nere. ,'I.SI) about 15,000 iuhabttanls, and It was Smith. Dob ... I niu't very strong on grammar, but MeOinnis, reproach began to circulate Dahlman " as far ns Cwithinuu. intendiiu; to Mrs! Mary 4t! ncrcs 5.75 Thin-man- . 5.80 hero that th boyhoml of th future Alex Sr. ILV1 went to a meeting and made n speech 'I've got horse sense. I suppose 1 win Sim Flinders fell out of a inulber- - j0l.alc h0incwbcre in the Hlue Gniss 5.S0 governor of New Jersey and presl- 7.50 L(krc. W. IS.. ILS.I A. 1.., 50 acres Napier, "They've been out west looking up Ihrre a man to write my veto message ry tice on Gimlet Creek Thursday af- - jRll( rt.hi0 .r,. ,Knuanpnllv tin the 2.50 dent of Prlncetoi was aptnt. 4.05 Wat kins. .Millie. ILVI Onan. . I'.. 12 acres my record he said, "and they find I for me and my speeches, and fix them Iter. Wtlsoa moved to Columbia, ternonn. He felt slowly uud escaped raising of tob.uco in the future. Htistonville White Delinauent List 2.75 IMavforth. Wm., 10 acres . iuo auiuuu ui -. . grammatical and have been a cowboy. You bet I wns up nice .and j.,nderM sas ery lew M. F., NR 0 acres 10.55 Adams. John. Sr.. 23 acres ..j 2.0B 1870 and became a teacher In unimrt. , ;lm ,.... ... and Reed. Mrs. i. cowboy 'ind want o say right here 'them nu nice aud grammatical HI f.. t"tIFH nilUH ! THE STATE OF CASEY. itlll ri w f 1r 3.85 Itamelt. Stella. 10 a. res Reynolds, M., 50 acres :t.50 the Southern Theological Semlaary that I was a good cowboy. No steer inot cost me much but I want to tell . C'loyd. 35 acres... . . 3.85 Iiwdnor. Thi.s NR 133 acre- - . . 10.50 which position bo held for four years. Revnold-ever rnme down the pike thnt was you folks .I'm not going to do it. Whe n ISrnnricubure. 9.35 PREACHERSVILLE. SheltOn,"Wm., 40 acres 5.85 Carpenter. I). II.. NR 115 ncies 8.40. Woodrow continued to attend school, .Mr. Ouiiicy Carman who is ut- too big or too switt or too ugly for ever a crooked ordinance comes up to S.. HL b.il,.. but moat-bis tralotngiwai under Singleton, heirs 200 &,40 acres 4.10 Cnnienter. J. tending school ut Stanford, was 0.98 the 50 acres 111 take the biggest bottle of red me to rope and tie. No horse ever ine Smith, Amanda 135 acres.... 10.50 Chrismim. Mrs. A. H.. NR 10 a 17.00 and direct supervision of hit father, J. 1', Italian! cuine near los- - here Sunday. He was accompanied name out of lite corral that 1 could'nt ink I can find nnd the stubbiest pen la spite of bta late years to i.'J.i . 4.00 Clark. Tom. 50 acre start at books he soon quallfled for sin;; hi residence by fire Monday home by Mr. Russell llrown one of be was worn to a frazzle, and I'll write across it: "Nothing Todd. ('. II. NR. 24 acres . . vide until S.00 S. .1. N.. 140 ncies 7.30 CotTman.Cube 2 . A blaze 011 the roof was Stanford's most handsome vounir 1.70 college and at seventeen he was sent innrniiK acres Colver. No bronchot could liuck me off nnd doing. Jim Dahlman!" and that'll Wallace. 3.85 Cook IS.. 14 acres E., (col) 1 acre 1.50 to Davidsoa College. North Carolina, getting headway when it was first men. Mr. Jason Wesley, who has broncho can jet. And I want to .be grammatical enough for you to un- Andcrion, J. no 5.00 Princeton Training Valuable. Coulter. M. C. HfvL Till, who gae the been in Uuisville for two wcpks mM,(.n ,)V yeai say Jto you people of Omehn that I am derstand." The noise and cheering Crab Orchard Colored . ., . 7.90 . .I Cowen. Mrs. Ella ils the autumn of 1876 he entered .. n"m der ' which this announcement was Curtii, Andrew. G nere still a cowboy, and if any of your 'l"' .1. L. 42 acres . .. "1ar;n- Bh;u 3.70 Princeton, where be graduated with V ?""! "" f4.05 Dauirkertv. Mi-- s 1 liuprotcd. Llirabeth 2.85 tho class of 1879. Ills going aorth pouded uud a bucket brigade soon much Dawson. John acre grafters and crooks enme to me when greeted was something scandalous. lliggiu- -, Paliee 15 nere 2.70 Delk. F.. 20 ncrcs. hal. ... 3.90 been witlcher friend to college was fortunate, for It gave innde shoil work of it. 1'itc uiinutcs' I'hillips. who I'm Mayor for I am goimr to be jThe Omaha people liked Dahlman's Ili'Kiiw, I tube 2 2 2.20 blm at an impressionable age an op- - delay and the bouse would bue been Mrs. Amanda Stone Crow, acres.... 3.S5 WetheridL'e. II.. 1 acre at Jopliti, gave him Mnyor I'll rope and tie 'em nnd talk, apparently fin they 3.55 Dm bam. J. J.. 10 acres bal . 7.00 portunlty to understand the north- - lost." Robinson duo. 9 A Mo., for s(cral months returned to brand 'em quicker than I ever rope? .'1,000 purality nnd the cowboy is in Sutton .luck. H&I 0.5" 3.85 Kste- -. W. I'.. 18 acre 0.75 ern. as well aa the southern, point ,t.v j A. Iley. totmerlv her home here recfiitlv. Mr. and 3.S5 tliens. (1. M.. 35().80")0 A (ml tied a steer and that's going the Mayor's office, roping and tying Welch. Win. II&I 2.05 Or View Cinoeh. S.E.. 30 acies .. .. -ut of this comity nnd ieee.it. Mr. Jack WelN, of Yosemite. spent borne." them, just as he said they would. Wavnesbura Delinauent List In tho autumn of 18SS he waa 5.S0 Goode. Will S acies "- - nunnay wmi .Mr. Well s parents Judge 'w Whereupon theie were loud erics, . Denver Field nnd Farm. 5.2(1 called Jo tlu. chair of history and po- - ,'' r,,tlln," ,rom J. IS.. NR..land $4.30 Alford. I). 1. 12 A. ... II-- I 3.85 lltlcal economy In Ilryn Jlawr Col- - livrred a musing temperance lecture and .Mrs. Lincoln Wells, Adnm- -. I). I 140. A. .. 12.55 Lair. .1. S.. 4.95 lege. This he held for three years, lust Saturday eiening ut the Metho- Adam-.- . Messis. W. J. Wells, Adlai llrown 4.85 Liicus. Geo. E.. 1 acie I. 0. 10 A 4.85 when ho was called to a similar po- - ,li church to a good crowd. He is a and sister Miss Sophia. Leslie 12 A 4.85 Meadous. Jake 1 acre Aker. .1. and MiMs. Martin 35 aeie ... . 8.00 sltlon In Wesleyan University. He 7.30 ISastin. .luhu 00 A . eaptivuting speaker, and his address, Clarence Woodrum, Marvin Allen. M. W. 33 ucie 8.S0 H.istin. Ih -- . R. 20 A. .. 2.00 Xloreland. WM D, - 'l'l-- " wit'i -'- Ii''. "uai.su enib'.e Thomas .lnd.1. and Miss Wallacp lav. 0.95 n. Mtv. ,1. N. 70 A. 4.90 I'a'tcison. Lie 90 acres called to Ma Princeton, aa ItaiiL'li H. 9 A 0.20 l'olliiiL'ei. Vii7eii7. 80 nivs.. 9.10 professor of jurisprudence and backed by cool tnels, Miss Kttu Webster Hudson. Mr. II. po- and twn tviiets. LOO Hunch. Silas 9 A which theie is no getting R. Hudson, of iKiuville, Misses 31.15 lltlcal economy. Later In 1902 he waa I'llldom. J. II.. 3 ncres r W. A. NR 127 A. HucUev. 4.00 Rev. Uisley Edyth nnd Ruth Alien, of Doyle, arc On Sunday the around. . 3.10 elected president of I'rlncetoa acres 5.80 Reed. Frank. 4 ISnrehett. K. S. NR. 50 A. . 0.95 second oldest ualveralty In the preached two sermons to attentive a few of the munj of Casey's bojs 0.95 Rice & Turner. H&I Kurchett. A. S. NR. 05 A. 20.35 United Statea. He took his Ph. D. audiences. ucie Curoenter. J. L. 50 A. .. 4.95 Roland. I). IS.. 137 and girls who will 1cne this week . 5.00 degree on eaanlaatloa In 1M. tub- - I ChnniMd. J. 0. 72 A. . . . 8.15 Scbucub. John. 50 acres jjev. E. ll.Thoniton Ifuifs next to enter the Western Kentucky 21.80 Sinnles. C .1. 15 acres sal rfcwMtfy O, 14, 15, M. W, IS mmi 19 Ttdtet For Killion Heirs. wm. ii. in..;. fur . 3.80 " p- -p -? 0.55 Smith. Tom. Jr.. 1 nere Coker. A. (. 00 A . 3.80 ftarf WMH MM S.MK, wkk gitalin f IxMtuUa & t his home here last hViduy Cnitinoue. Rev. NR. 17 A 2.20 Smith. WilL HAI - ',n- highest decree conferred by InstttuGeo. 20 acres . 5.75 Commons. I). K. M A. . . 7.30 ML-sI au. pwincwm. mmnts srropovcits (lost of learning. 2M uud Noi't Smith moniing at 1 10 A. M. after a short leISor.le. J. IU.2.A. .. 5.55 Stenheas. J. II.. NIw 5 acres. 17.15 When Dr.- - WUeon caste to t&e l.nve geme to Rockcastle to be nt the illnevs of pneuinouia. He .was 75 Mrs. H. 50 ucrc.s . . r..75 M tMin wi' wTttfu ctiiHMr ima 3.20 Tnlor. Fuulkner. John K. 1 A . 4.10 presidency of Princeton he had tee bedside of their grandmother, who U 'years, old and on old soldier, mein- W. A. BCKH!R. 3.95 Wilcher. W. L. 48 A H. C MNQ Florence. Juh. 5&1 A . 4.85 known aa a echolar, author and pub- - Mot existed to live. Ageal, Omtnt Puneger m4 Tidett Agent. H. II. NR. 100 A Fouls 15.25 Willi. Oen 4 A her of the Christiun Church, and was .. . L .10.90 It aruaVar ' kitf It ek wtmm ttmlJi mm . FfeoewM. mB.mjUtlft.Lmimgkm.Ky. ClociwurtLO. 8.20 Wrwht Oeo. II Frances. Chus. 150 A " Tlr Sunday seiiool at the Meth- - counted nn honot, truthfyl oitieii. 'T.,. D. H&L an executive. Fasota. Ls progressing H? I Htistonville Colwed Delinauent List la hla preeldeatlal olllce be carried nicely i In 1800, h ta uurrisj to Miss A Oooch. Martin. 1 2 IK (Curolinc Toomy to whom seven ehil-i8.10 out the Idea of leadership which he villi u cry good attendance. Gooeh. Col.. 05 acre--. 7.85 . Adams heirs 0 acre.s Oover. J. W.. NU 72 acres . 3.95 Baile. Muss. H&I . 3.85 pronounced In his first book, and has next Sunday dren were bom, of which six snrvivo fail to attend 4.20 llinsju. Geo 111 Hiiwurd. R. 0.. H&I 5J0 held ever alnce. In office aad out of morning., (him. (Jhns II. nnd Miss Florence of Iliisvnnl. W. U.. 70 iicrei ... . 0.35 Uliiin. Geo. H&L . 1.H5 j ofltce. He proposed something at ,. Rev. J. E. Robeits pustor of the (his city, Elmer E. Hull, of Owens-''- . .. . 3.85 Hriahi. IS. IS.. 3 nen- -. v... ,n Henen. J. N.. 13 nen-s..waa a radical change E. church, will fill his pulpit hen- - boro, Harry F. Hall of Munuie, hid., . 3.50 ISrisbt. J. T.. N. R . 4 acres . . . 3!95 Prlncetou that Houn. Tom. 14 ncres from the old way; It waa the com- Kin1.'. John 30k 10 acres .... . 7.00 Itrown. Tom. 1 ucie Mrs. Susie Edeleen. the fourth Sunday In each mouth. of liuisville, 0.00 plete reorganization of the university Kintr. J. A.. 80 acres- . 9.05 ISrown. Joe. 4 nere OUR iUTY TO iUR DEPARTED ONES IS PLAIN. 4 The geutlc robin led breast from and Lewis lin.ee of Dallas Texas. way at to bring Into dally 0.15 la such a Lut. A. J.. NR 43 arrus ... . 0.95 ISurdctt. John 7 ncies ''"N" immeinorable a highly reputed The fuucrnl was preached at the WE SHOULD ERECT AH APPROPRIATE MEMORIAL 0V-E2.20 rommanlcatlon and Mnivotis. M.. NH103 acres.. .i.95 lSurdett. Sarah 5 acres companionship i .Morsau. LuLsa. 23 acres ... . 4.75 Caiuv-'- . J. M.. 1 ucre 15.20 representatives of all clatset and of bnibingero fspriiig whosp arr.vul Christian church Sunday uflerunon I THEIR FINAL RESTING PLACE. Mutl'iiii. John E.. 140 ucres . .8.55 t urter. Sallie 1 acre f,cu,ty' Th Propowl I w" from tli south is hailed wih delight by Eld. J. (J. Montgomery. TS- - lh A MONUMENT IS NOT EXPENSIVE Miirnhv. C. 18 ncrcs . 5.25 Clovd. We;iev H&L ... UNLESS YOU 1 grandsire to Eld: J. I). .M.mtgoiaeri. ,h.' tradition of Princeton. ,,v llM ft)ln d LIIktIv I'n viip. ('.. NR 35 acres o.o ..8.50 Clnvd. John NR. II&I CARE TO HAVE IT 80. is ,;w without honor in New SJ.JILSI1 l0r.d b.r.f.aM.D'th!m .,".- !. 2.75 (.nonet. Hauiiah H&L I'ittmuu. I... 37 neres ... . ... , ...,. ... , Ik v.uu. tu OUR WORK IS UNSU RPASSED 2.75 .r.,T,,u. Itunke. (I'ltlieb SI acres AND 10.95 Fitrris. lien 1 acre CONSIDERING ,n,'-(- ' ',,,r,s' M"' ,,rM W,,K '" ,""1"" 2.20 startling; note of democraoy and point- Raleicb. (!oo. 43 acres !! Frve. Ilettie. 5 acie QUALITY, IS VERY CHEAP. n large clock canv in I roui soui WE HAVE A LARGE Itcwiohls. .luhn ll&L . 3.75 (livens. Frunci 12 acies . . . 9.--4 0 ed out broad ways by which the 'ify RpviidliU. .led 30 acres . . . . . 3.4.) Oh en. G. W brs 19 ncres ... 4.75 youth of the country could be brought where nnd lithl u jubilee. In a dar STOCK TO SELECT FROM. Reynolds. (). 50 acres . 0.50 Gir.-dncrcs ... 9.35 up for the service of the country." M. an nrctic cold wave with 7ero n. Met 5 Rice. W T.. NR 150 ucres . . 4.00 Grav. Willis. H&I Young Men Look Up to Him. 2.8'. weat'.ei for more than a week cuuip Richard.- -. (1. A., 2S ncies .. . 5.75 Hi.'ttins. Milt 10 acies 3.8 Woodrow WlUon ha. been an In- ,,1 th, Wl0oini, hti l1 Rilex. Attn. NR 109 ucres .. . t.:.i Ilockfi. Made H&L 4.h.. many young Rjmj... I). '.. XR 51 ncies... . .i.itu llocl;cr. Gicen. 7 ... 8.00 tntrmtion to up to blm a. men who s",Nr,, ",ul a'" "hH U"tW'' acies a ma.t.r haw looked Ritner. Joe 77 . ,5.75 llockcr. Iluirison Nit 15 acres 7 "" ot AO Ki JTIms.44m.41 : hit calling alwaya helpful to oth- - hnij Ky t Robinson. Win..ners .'I ucres 3.! . 2.85 Hoekei. Sur.ih acre Roland. (1. A.. 70 ncrcs 7.7c era, aa Individuate' and at a body pol- . 3.85 Johnstiii. Henrv. 25 acies V Ross. Jus. 120 ncre rb".Cn 3.85 Itlc. He coplet after no one and la- - T 10.80 Jiduisiui, Rich, lucre -- -. -J Sims. tl. W.. 25 ncrcs . t 95 dividual thought la traceable la every . 3.85 Johnson. Mcni'X, 20 aen-- s Sjuii.. 7,ii 25 acres 4.95 essay aad book that he wrote, but . 4.95 Jones. I! life. I acies Siii'.'leloii. Lewir. alwaya regardful or the rlgnta of 1.9 ucie... . 2.95 I.ee. 'liddv 9 ncies ' IINOeRTAKERS AND CM. ,frs. L. (. era. The referwa be haa Inaugurated jour Ctuijly m ic. Snisel, tiei. NR. 75 acies ... . 18.50 Lvons. Will 1 0act it .T. 6N3 l'aUMEK- - MkeyournnratiJU'lMu tlwt-u- rt ., 4.55 .Mai tin. John ucres . DEAL. sine ha haMheea governor of New i ALSO ALMEflB. market Mu,.utiou. SfcllU. (Jeo. CO 00 ncies i yonriia Tevis. acres ., ' . 0.20 McKiuuck. Rowiiii, Jeraey prtwa)9r the worst eoraora- Tvobridee. I). L.. 30 ucres . . 12.30 I'uttou. Will. 187 ueies MAT 28.70 EH IN FURNITURE. PROTECT YOUR HtME staleJ a the union haa nut t MJT with WcUsier. II. T 30 acus ... . 0.70 L'obinsi.u. Jim H&L .. , ' XHi HUkUm u Mi't f him promlaeaTljrbefore the word AH Alii iiurrlf when ilrtnii! (hi 7.ev, Jacob 137 neres ., . 0.00 Shear!. Tom. 2 ueies ... TMEV WULL U TINGS. RUCt - over the eouatry thoughtful I q3.50 Simrletou, Jas 22 nines . . , . tkB o.u4itnlveajiU)i l(Ur .JM4ia ..p,,. Wilclier. Mrs. Ann IH mpics , wenlher. We are hwud'inuriers f..r Wilcher. .1. It.. 125 neres..,. . 4.95 Suc-'itot:.o . wrltUf aadMiytag that ha wlU Oncar-l- l FURNITURE EXCHANGE ncies Horse bhiukeU, bio rube sad. ear-ii- n Wileher. J. X.. 137 acres .5.30 1.00 the.JHpeifUAoaaiaM ftr the preat-- i ! tin- of keutackr Williams. T. I). 40 acres ....12.10 Smith. Muriraivt. NR ll&L .. tu Our lima u FOR AiiL KINM Of STOCK. 2.20 dency wiea'ehe coaveattoa cmtmh swater. And ,al (Iwr-xii- ''s Steele. Iipi-j- . H&I rt Iiidbiua aid Vluretle. Amar.da 90&48 ueigs 11.80 Trice. Mitchell H&I oaa I uiuMt ami It e ftmiher imti-K- . .4.85 aest snatmar. II la by natare Heal eiippKea. A CALL. PRICE OIVE THEM U. to Tiwkir. Vnum. M. E.. 00 nere. Ktnbiv, ILVL.. .. 3.85 adaptatlea the attest man for that af. KrCr rHNNUMKK W.L. dt TKI . CU. Murtin. Lupv (moUNR .Ti ucres 3.40 W.lek. J.IK LH", UU tee to he teiiad la the United , UNlttxPil (!4lOHT. ny. i C. McCURY, OwkVv. Jiiu. (col) M ucres ... 4.95 n iiKei-so.i. p.. i ueres 'i.r State TRAINING SCHOOL for .TEACHERS IN 011X1 l COURSES: Preparatory. State Certificate, 3-- mmLJM l.i. . . Sollte Lamp -- "Xe-Or- b" " Duhl-Attenj- pt .... 1-- I I. - - rs ot -2 posi-tive-- ly . 'tfJ ,'' - vl """ ....-.....- ., Ya-a-a- h. 1- -2 1 ,.,,,. .,, .. '.'.., .... v.- l. of 1 ai-i- 11 ,. 'l",'n. h.-i- ,,.. -i'l- "''". ' NEW ORLEANS b MOBILE M-s- Iln-ti- ,e.1, ', MARDI QRAS SPECIAL REDUCED FARES m m .... 1- -2 at , Slo-mos- JZPXfi M- '- es 1 itii. rmtt 1- -2 'j.ii '. MONUMENTS i ...... -2 1 R t ' .... .... ';,n,t1 Knlv-haire- ,, . ( ' Wm. Adams & Son. RUKAL TELEPHONED. lce no-ili- -m 1 ,, ''rJ miluiiprl -2 .... 1 .... .... . alTyjf JJ TftnlftV -- ota-3.8- 5 ffi 1 ai-i- w "ilJ Uui." "' tlou-rtJrfe- at-ar- o un Tmw! """tt .Jr' iim?? "TriuU.iu - onr ,.., -2 1 h. L. AT.i !' - THE STANFORD INTERIOR JOURNAL STANFORD, KENTUCKY inn$i;!iiioi:oi lOiiioioioioiooiaoioioioieioiooioiiioioiosoicnoioioioioioioi i g 0 m o 0 0 m 0 SEVERANCE'S SALE Uli 10c grade of Bleach Cotton. Best for all purposes. Buv8 I " On choicevour 40 -- O10101001010101O 0100B0B0BOl 0 0 0 0 m M WHITE Gingham for Waists, Shirts and Dresses. Fast color and a good wearer. a fine soft, thread Pil "VXWr low or waisting linen fci"a"Slba.wa IS OFFERINGS. ON Whynptyou? ,Buys the best piece 'of 36-i- n pure Linen Waisting we ever sold Many are Taking Advantage of our 7 "1 M.-m- 0-J5uymt. a 10c Quality real f Buys Blue and Grey T"PiIgrim Cailcoes. Sell everywhere else at 5c. kur'lvtvtr' "I QBuysa your, ch 1fjBuys beaut'ful Die s line of Check and Plaid White 7 -- 1 I 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 einBuy cloth Many stores get 18c or sell the imitation n '"'chester Cf Buys the roal Man uaiatea 19 goods worth regularly 12 washes white and wears well .OnBuyi a soft, "BleachCotton 1-- 2 . pretty patterns in new G:ng- ams. Just in this week Sheeting 90in wide Buys an all Linen Ef patterns ''chon Buys pure Linen Tor- laces in daintv OfBuys -- Cotton Torchon Lace and Insertion 0 0 0 0 0 0 II 0 0 0 0 0 m t I I ,Buys choice) of a num-'be- r of patterns of Ham burg. The qnality will surprise you 36 in Check "Pajama cloth We consider it an excellent value -- 1 sTmBuys fi x,'vent patterns in a wide and narrow Hamburgs we have ever shown 1 4Tj"Buys the best Con a 0 0 0 0 Vt - y "i H I 1 0 0 ft lOlO0O::lOlOOlOlOBOOlCi:::iClOlOlOlOlO SOCIAL and PERSONAL Cooncr is tit homo after vittit to relatives in a protracted Njihhvill.. Mish Inmnn of Colombo Springs Colorado, is th picst of her cousin Mr. Will McCirrty. .Mrs. IM. Wilkinsnii U visiiinp in LiWrty. Miti Mlixn'ietli nn.ns, of Hulilile, hns len with her cousin, Miss Mar.Minh Lvlo I 0 LAST BIG CUT I IN CLOAKS OiOiOiOiOiOiOB-:::-! ar ::m0l0l0l0i0i0l00l0E0l0ll0l0l0l? Hnys Foster is laid up with a iverv nclim? tooth, Mrs. Dial Farmer has been on the sick list. Mr. Durwnrd Singleton nnd Mr. Fdwnrd Nolan of Danville, were here to see their best girls last week. Mixs Elsie- Singleton has returned to her home at Wnynesburg after a pleasant visit to her ineud .Mhss Sallio Fanner. Grovcr Gastineau and fnmily, of Point Ia'iivcII, were guests of Mr. and Mrs. II. L. Berry of Hustonvillo, and visited Mrs. J. M. Cress. Mrs. Charlotte Warren left last woek for the bedside of her daughter Miss Margaret, who continues' ill at St. Augustine, Fla., whero sho hns been teaching iu the school for tho deaf this term. Mrs. Warren's brother-in-law- , Dr. W. S. Elkin, of tlnntn ,is in attendance. IIe telegraphed Sunday morning that Miss Warren is suffering from diptheria and pneumonia, and that while there is no immediate cause for alarm, her condition is very serious. SHORT LOCALS. W. S. Fish represents nnH NOW ON. OBOB0B0OBOBOB0CDBOBOBOBoiOMO,ol i I :l a. ion Urimcfl. AfiRHCt 1". Elizabeth llippins.and Mary McKinnry tjont Saturday in Dan- ville. Minn Mary D. Beck, of McKinney jijH'nt Sunday with her sister, Miss Itnth lleek. Mr. mid Mm. Cash Fields,' of Hlomincton, III., are the guestx of Mr T. I). Itaney and family. Mrs. I.. H. Cook has rrnled the house on Logan avenuo helonpinc; to Mrs. Kallie A.shley and will move in when it is completed. Miss llallio Hrown, of LnncntT, was tho attractive puest of her undo Dr. E. J. Drown and fami'y last week. CATARRH OF THE . STOMACH CtttM Hardly Eat GrtwWarst. Panaia. bbbbbbbbbbbbt.'bbbbbbw Gradually RaHavtdby Mr. A. M. Ikenl. Vox 31, V.'oat II Iowa, BhjMi-- l HafeSHsW' Wmm'L BBK Ik9w V KW: ''s- writes: -I had catarrh of tlio Htomach end a in a Intes- J tinea for a gin urauor oi 11 Mrs. . I. S. Owsley, Jr., of Franklin, Mrs. C. W. Low II is out ajjain af- ler heina luid up bi'tcrui duys with arrived .Monday to spvnd several dnvs the j;ri). here with her hiiKband. Mrs K. J. Hrown hns been on tho I MrH- - f. ' Sink, of Leajnpton, siek list for several days her many J,rH- - A ' ,Ji,''i oi .Mnrkslmry and Mra- - Hurry losses, of nDnville, wcrc friends will regret to learn. ' me guests oi Air. ami flip.. A. V. Cur- llbw VullnV uiiifnii atfimn iti frmn f"'"' Inday nntd M.mday. sellout Fridav, at Science Hill Mrs - P- - Nnckols, of l'incvillc, spend a few days with her mother, (spent several days here with her Mrs. YeuKer; Mr. Thomas Kewbern, of Huston-vill- e, iniiKiuer, airs, iinys rosier, last week. Mrs. Ntiekols has been at the spent u few days last week with Spitler Sanatorium at Crab Orchard his brother, Mr. Jack Ncubcra. I i'nr tiiLrim. Imnt. nbiiiil fiit uivl-a- . Mr. and Mrs. W. K. Smith, Mr. . ...,,..- - pmiiin'nf cu and Mrs. Oscar ltrcnt Mr. George has improved remarkably and is now Smith and family wero visiting Mr. able to return to her hofe. and Mrs. J. II. Hustle Inst week. Senator It. L. Hubble was over Hustin, of IMttsburj;, from Frankfort Saturday and SunMrs. J. passed through hero last week on it day. He was congratulated on nil isit to Kelson, where Mr. Hastin sides for having voted for the counmakes headquarters for his big coul ty unit bill, which had been promised interests. by the Defoerntie State Platform. Mrs. Jitinie Carpenter chaperoned J. T. Umbry, who is proving one the following young ladies to the of the best men in the office of "Girl of the Kuglu Kanch" at the State Auditor Henry Bosworth, came opera house hen last week: Misses over Saturday, to act on the County Annie Middleton, Kate Middletou, Hoard of Flection Commissioners MisH F.llcn Holmes. nnd pick the election officers for Messrs. Marshall McCollum and tho local option election. He reWill Cosby, of Junction City, at- turned to Frankfort Mondny tended uu impromptu dance eoinu of the young folks gnvo at tho opera night I house Friday A number of their young friends "stormed" Misses Mary Leo Givens land i'lunbcth Givens, at their home .near Hubble, last Friday evening mid 'a delightful evening as had. wero served and all re gretted when it enmo time to leave Freed From Shooting Pains, tho charming hostesses. Spinal Weakness, Dizziness, Hev. 1. M Wnlkor was called to by Lydia E. Pinkham's Vnnccburg, Saturday by the sad news Vegetable Compound. of the death of his wife's grandMrs. G. M. Thomas, Mrs. mother, Ottumwa, Iowa. "For years I was Wulkcr hud b'ecn at her bedside for several weeks, and the end was not almost a constant sufferer from female trouble in all its unexpected as she- had been sinking ,'"' Su-.:i- n ,. Nothing so effective as Hyomci for catarrh, colds, croup, asthma and catnrrhnl deafness. Just breathe it. G. L. Penny guarantees Eczema, rsorlasln. and otller kln I We hare fl xnrin .hi. . it. Outlit including inhaler $1. ExmarnaDi cur8 aa tra bottles 50 cents. theso cerma are nrnmr, iiv .t..r,AJ7 '.?"' "" ZUKii thev riinldlv mi.ltfniV imjiTvlnf. WJ." f r.'"7 relief from " rrescnpilon. In " the very nr. appli . :.T"i n.H.....b umi cant "f.".vjui urvii iiuo me sensitive tissue. O VII. wnar causes mat awful Itch, For Sale Four coming three-yeiiiia e are so confident that T. D. D. una is 'vhat seemed rash will old mules, three mares and one horse maJL xrow worse nnd a mere Into a you reach your case that It will cost develop nothing If the yery Hrst full size loathsome nr.d torturing ready broke writo or phone. every claim. falls No. with Its years of misery. skin disease bottle you to make If have skin trouble Don't take any chances! Destroy the kind we eertalnlv ArivtA vm. of any 30. Dude Jannau Hustonville. n of KIP?".1. ,heA5rK'nnlnf cleansingtrouble In and Investigate the merits of r. ill wash, D. anyway. Wo know that n. r n !hi nhW ""00,',ln'" and For Rent. Five room cottage with thl AI?;,Pre?f,r","on for Eczema! bottle will prove thle tg you. will help rou. wator works and good cistern; terms SHUGARS k TANNER. DRUGGISTS, STANFORD, KY. reasonable. Aftdy to E. Wilkinson. Here's a Brent offer that wus nev What would you do without a uood FALL AND WINTER STYLES. er equalled before: The daily Courier-Jhorse f Keen him drv and warm with ournal (Sunday exceatod) and u good blanket. 1 have them. J. C. the I. J. both one year for $4. Send McClary. My new fall and winter samples your subscription in quick to the I. now ready ror your InspecUoB. We are prepared to install hot J. office for this offer is annA nnlv Tney comprise the beat on the market water and het air beating, plumbing during January and February., tf can suit anyone as to price who had Sl-t- f. ear., Conn Bros., Lancuster. his clothes mde w order. A eult When given as soon as the crounv made to your nieasme preferable There is a great difference hi life cough appears Chamberlain's Cough to ready made clothes. To have them insurance policies. Mutual Benefit Hemedy Hill ward off an attack of made to measure doesn't cost any Policies are superior. I can show croup and prevents nil danger and more than ready made wBea quality Thousands of and nt la considered. com U aad you. Why not buy the best? R. M. cause of nnxiety. mothers use it successfully. Sold by let me take your measure. Newland Agent. G. L. Penny. H. C. RUPLEY, The Practical Tallof. Germs Spread in Skin h-" :: --' 1 8-- tf tl 5 J I IOWA WOMAN -- WELL AGAIN strongest Insurance corn- - in the local telephone office at HusInnntpc Let him keep you protected. tonville. He is the efficient manager and is rapidly bringing tho service The ladies of tho Christian church up to a high staudntd. Lancaster will have n valentine snlo February Record. laih in .1. L. Beazley's furniture store. Thee ladies will also havo BOVVMAR'S MARDI GRAS TOUR. Write jlo Uowmar's Tours. Veran Kn.ster bale the Saturday before sailles. Kv.: for folders trivintr deEa.sler. tails nf nn iilp.il nprannnllv niifnnt- wl Mnrdi Gras Tour lenvintr Wcdnes. Hev. I). M. Walker will preach at dav. Feb. 14. l'.)l' visitini Vow Or. Mobile.. Bethel Christian church, near Jumbo lenns. Inclusive Monteomcrv. Aln.. etc Low cost; limited nnrtv: Wednesday, January 31, nt 7 o'clock. pvervthini.' first-elus- s. Yellowstone p. jr. I'urlc Tour in June. 1912 1 1 hptt only Clinton B. Baslin was over from Hustonvillo Sunday to seo tho home-folk- s. the Clinton is making things hum i mmm!Ms m i t for some time. " JBSSIrr bbbsbbbbbHbKMA J ce'no'eS c.J UoctorJ no lit Mr. Josinh Hishop nnd wife, of n.o t Oh Iliutonvillo nro stopping with Mr. "ill I .loo F. Ware, out on tho r.iot t.io iumo I nnd Mrs. ono of my Miss Itoso McCormack, tho I. J.'s I talented 1 lustonville correspondent, accompanied by her sister, Miss Mar McCormack, nnd Miss Annie ye.. L "",v Knret were . hero Saturday, making n Dunn .,, ., ; to n number , M1.rvnn,,'L-J. H. Wood, on the asters, Mrs. finally Kiol Liek pike nnd spending a few IIUU) 111 l"ll. r to a could Co iiom- Ml Aa M ai d t It o y Thov ro; Ikerd. mi jio c",rc. I mo.t thought tha irae. for my Lrr ith wa olTenstva and I co',d not cut any- - jWHenger, Staulev Mcintosh, formerly cash thins without freat mUery, and I gradually grew wcrse. ier of tho Wnynesburg Deposit Dank, "Finally I concluded to try reruna, was heTo Snturday in the interest of and X fouid relief and a euro for that the Second Nntional Bank, of CincindreftWut dleeoM. caMrrh. I took five nati. Mr. Mcintosh is doing 'some kettleii ot Peruna and two at Maaaltn. wovk for the Cincinnati instiand I new feel tike a new man. There outside 1 I tution, which is one af the strongest notatea; better than Peruna, aad keep a kettle et K to ray houee all the hunk in the Queen City, and is proving a valaablo man. lie is always Ask Ytw raniit Fir a Fm Pe- - piven a lieurty welcome whenever be comes buck to old lisoola. t HkT WWh atomuh and there mid I Uad corner rr t .o ins for ''hahertown road. Mr. Bishop has had an enr giving him much trouble but recently underwent au operation ., i.ouisville. His numerous friends i, t,0 j. ucrmanently relieved. He rttJred farmer, hia son now ro- r K ' hls home. DsaviUe .', For Sale. A fine upright piano, I. Burn I dry' rcscreened coal from ai. shooting pains all uiniiam s ynrus. au our Dins are over my body, sick will sell at a sacrifice. Address F. covered. Rex and Bluo Gem 15e headache, spinal enre of tho Interior Journal. t).It per bushel, delivered. Other coals weakness, dizziness, 3t. depression, and Tell mo tho article you will buy for less . everything that was Catarrh Cannot Be Cured horrid. I tried many soon, I will have illustrated cataLOCAL doctors in different logues and factory prices sent you. withwst oi theAPPLICATIONS, u thfy unrct ru? the otnrrli u ruiuli parts of the United John B. Hicirins. crocerv. Danville tutlonal dtoeue. dlwue. ordrr to cure Itblood noriut uci tiul in ou tnunul llill'a Ctlarrh States, but Lydla E. avenue Stanford, Ky. Sales infor- Urriilly. rrmrtim. dlrrrl!r upixi Uw Cure U ukrn lo anil uu bljod and murou aunacr. Hall a Catarth Pinkham's Veeota- - mation reporter for M. S. I. A. large cine. waa prmrrlbnl Cum not a xufk nrd by one of the bnl pl.rilrlai It ble Compound has done more forme than factories. Mail order houses and la tu. ountiy lor yrara and U a rmular pnMrfitjw It la ronpoivd of the txt tonlra known, ronilimi all the doctors. I feel it my duty to tell clients. With the txvt blood Durinrn. artlrm dlnHv ...j i you theso facts. My heart is full of inucoua aurfarea. .The irtert conibmatkin of n tKO Incrpillfnta Is whAt iinvliirM A.h .miifiii gratitude to Lydia . Pinkham's VegeI tulU la curing caurrh. Hrnd lor WatlmouUia. free. Grovcr Rigsby who hns been nt table Compound for my health." Mrs. CO.. t.i.ciifcNE loicao. O Sola by nrunhu. prire TV. Harriet E. Wamiler, 624 S. Ransom work near McCormack's church was laae UaU'a t'amur Vuu lor corutlDttloa. Street, Ottumwa, Iowa. badly bitten on tho bnnd by a vicious Consider "Well This Advice. watch dog which ho had untied. AfNo woman suffering from any form ter untying the canine ie- becmae en of female troubles should lose hope un- raged and begun luuging ut the young til she has given Lydia E. Pinkham's man's throat and soon locked its Vegetable Compound a fair trial. This famous remedy, the medicinal In- jaws on his hand. After some time Wr BawsBafcSCJCtiCa gredients 'of which are derived' from help was secured and its hold was roots and herbs, has for nearly pried looso after much effort. native forty years proved to be a most valuable took and invigorator of the feLast week Pascal Porter Deshon Women everywhere male organism. and Miss Sue Bourne, of Garrard bear willing testimony to the wonderful virtue of Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegeta- county, drovo over to Danville and called np Clerk John B. Nichols for ble Compound. If vea waat saeelal adriee write U the legal documents, and proceed- UNOIRTAKIR AND IMBALMIIt lydia K. Plakbam MedlelM Ok (eesl-"Mtia- l) ed to West Danville to the home of Lima, Mat. Year letter will STANFORD KENTUCKY. be eaeaad, read aad answered by a Rev. T. IT. Coleman, where the nnp- tial knot was tied. Office Phww 7. Hmm Www 35. mm aad held la strict eeaMeaee. fci & - dreadful forms; ifwr wmm r , FJF3H1W frnlm is x.iw 3 open a If ....iii." wi'U, J. C McClary you wish to be rich-ioh- avp things that money controls SAVING TO-DAY. beginning. The Everything has awealth is saving. to TJBfl Ha CCOKll all tho START Open an account at this bank. Even a Dollar will do it STATE BANK & TRUST CO., Stanford. Ky. Capital $50,000. Undivided Profit $4,0t&t4 DapetiU S75.481.90. W; L. McCarty Prei. M. B. Salw, Cakw. T- -J , . t '' mF" fHE STANFORD INTERIOR JOUR HAL STANFORD, 0' Hi o O & &$ oooociooo0"ooooi0'ooiO0taoii oaa$ai$ttio0iaioeB0Oio5 ij o If & KENTUCKY TWENTY-FIVD o o m m Inventory Sale tory and in order to reduceD ur stock as much as possible before that date, we offer our stock of COMING THREE MULES FOR SALE, L SINGLY OR IN PAIRS AT EY'S STOCK YARDS, MON1.f DAY FEB. 12th. J. H. WOODS E YEAR-OLNUN-NELd. g.JAND J. B.FOSTER. . ( o I'aincK, til tne numiie hoc" lion has rented for IDl'J from K. T. Pence the Tom Feivill farm 1 'J miles from Stanford on the Lnnrns-tc- r pike. . m On Feb. m 0 45 43 FALL & WINTER 600DS ' I 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 merchandise. 0 m u & e 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- m Cummins & Wearen, Stanford. Ky 00000""0C a g & The Heme ot Hart, Schaffner & Marx Clothing. vtvai $$$&&&$&&$ 00" 000000000 &00000 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 SPRlNli UIWUHAWS and PERCALES Ginghams 10c and 12 Percales A1S0 niCc a 1 12 4 ft. itv OI rlOlinCeS line gi l?lritnr,OC EmbrOidery frOm OOC t0 JJI.OU ' w J O HlCf "TieS IVlartln OC W) 9 0 mM ,m m Q4-anft- l , KV -,. -- Poland m Pluim lion's, either sex, also some billed bay. X. .1. ('ontO.Morehmd. W. It. Iluiton sohl to M. Laubiir, of ItMelmioiid. Va., 'JS mules at an of f lS.'i per hratl. . John (lo'uiu mid ('harles liiinkin retuiiiel from I'mutiUa, (la., last week where they dispirsed of a carThey fit mules. repot t load market as still licinj; low, though pickini; up a little. Kevin Carter jjot in from Winchester lust tcek his crack saddle O horse. Kentucky (ieiitlemiiu and the hiiudsome ofinr mare, (trace D.ire, which he has had schooled for the past mouth or so by I til I Sluop- hire. Iloth came back looking to bo in tne tmcst shape. Theo and Cleveland Hales, of have bought "danett" Xo. ;i7.",:i(ll, a fine thorouhbieil Ileiv-for- d bull calf nine months . lor yiW. This calf is the highest bred Herefoid that lias put been brought to Uiiiref county ami was sired by "Iteau Hotirbon" the champion bull first-clas- s at the Chicago Xatioual Show in I)e cember II . whoe sile was "Acrobat," the bull that lliltner llros. paid ".."ill0 for, whoe weight was ;l.('ilMI pounds. A hi;: crowd attended the .MoKee llros., second aimiial sale of Duroc lirnotl .uu.i aiitl eilts at ilii'i heme cFifty- lust week. eihtheail 11 sows and II j;i!tn "J were soul for an average of .'l.'i. Con sidering the splendid btccdiiij; of the I animals offered ami their fine condition the prices weie low. The highv.f est price of the sale was .flit), paid by (!. II. li'nbel, of lltiena Vista, for ;ilt by Forest Chief, a ."ft out of Wilda Queen ami lrred to (lolden I'ntle. Kd. II. Taylor, of Frankforl, jtaid .i.Vi for a j;ilt bred to .Model Cherry ami Dr. A. .1. Alexander paid the ".iiine price for a .,'ill by bled to Forest Chiel. Xiue heatl Irrouht prices of .j.oll or oer. .McKee llros. have just eomjileted a modern, commodious ami convenient ho bam, with a sales pavilion attached and f in thU building -- ale was Jield. .lust H V lutoie I lie sole an appetiiu buipxi S lijnell was serxeil oil the second floor of the liilililinu. 9 The lollowiu stuck has been 'sold at the stock pens of Thurmond & m : Coleman in Damille in the hist l.ilhild iV Fn sold to Cuid Ji d cattle at ' cents lit W. M. Lilhii-old a number of meat IK-- reit over the lircukt. tlierc. o various parties at li cents. THE FARMERS ceived iin iiverimt' nf 14 1 cents it hos Alcvaudei- llros. sold i:t l.HUII.Ib mlllltl lor tilt! VVeedVVlli('ll i , .1, cents frt-.- li milk cuvv. Mr-"Salt-- . (U'd a '.'wild price. Some of i hili cattle to C. .lohiisoii at For cows J. (5. Iniif sold three ftrnile-- . Iimtilit lii prices hut the low Ueltic Spooiiiinioie. .M. .1. F.irris. stllt'f plllldl lilt! Jjelll'llll UMTllJ,'f to Wanted. Some srritss for about Kobcil Kankiu. of the llcclcvillc dilWII. M) sheep. S. J. Kiubry, Jr. section, sold nine l.K'' pound catThe i;iiioi:r;i.-- - Tobacco Society tle to Simon Weil, o l,eiutoii, lust "Keen warm:" bnv ciirriuire lient e liuw tleciilt'tl to open nil week lot which he revived li -l! tr and a lap robo of J. C. McClury. "iilniiaiL'ii to secure sii;iintnies to a pound. They were extra nice ones Gent'i-a- l with mhhII farm lor the nivv poolin; pledge, and store place. Ai- - will liej:in this week with a sivii's of and Mer. Weil will probably lup sale; :t veiy jjood -p speeches at various points in On- - them cust. ply at this office. .Mi II. Crow one of the Ifldiil;; For Sale. 10 K"od youu ewesall (jal Kentucky, and will keep up a I'n I . l. and stockmen m" l.i.iciln nit l-- 2c will lamb by Hampshire buck. W. J. j warm ciinvitns until .March 1, when it in town Wednesday nud v II tit. Ilius been nniiounicil ftuimboll liustonville. IvV. the uool will count was n were delighted to have him call ill 1-2l" A" ''alIer," ,,N ls 'lcn'' I'lof. A repu'sentattw of tJn m. ''".' C M Vnnn;..... l.il.l.t. t.t 1. t StlPIIVte lllltl f.l.ttf Ulll Jt.lMll.' t.. till. 1..I.I...M.. ...... our ot lice. .Mr. ( row is ijiviii much attention to a herd of Audits cattle wholesale, hemp tleuleisi of t unit n at Die county A Paris. ,IeMr. llattenon has bought of each fanners o,i eery couri day he bought some time ao. He stalttl W county wintering fine, in the pink this and .March. 'Hie so- they were practically ull the hemp in Lincoln Letnt-ePER He owns on c ol the utrU-msay that they IVel of condition. this season. YD HI couniy cKv - jnnieh encouraged formed I lie pledi" best stock farms in Kentucky an F. .1. Taninie took thirteen hosd of fine blue j:niss, ttnd we hwiils of the l'.UO prop of tobacco alreatlv made. J. I). Claik. seero. abundiilice early dale, For- - taiy of the Fajette llourd of '"on- - piediel that he will, at an nilstsl mostly on the farm, of 1 have an established trade on these ,f this society, went to New un He IlustonviUts pike, r,, title, i. ol only thro isjiont Kentucky ubotil foul milt'i. from town, to the Castle, Henry couniy, last week, and .Mes lle b i in other 'o'isil!e market last week and sold pooled iliirleeu bi farms in one day si narr. For Sale. Heistcied 1 we will take our ajanual inven- m -- mm Rheumatic Pains quickly relieved Sloan's Liniment Is good for p.iln of an) wit. It ixMiclr.itcs, vvithoiit rubbing, throu h tbo nuiscul.ir tissue rilit to the pcrin.utciitas.voll as temjwrary relief. " I Ii.kI ilirun atim (or live ycait. I itird iWton ami ncttral tlilfrrent rcmisllrt but llicy tlitl not help mc. I otitalnttl a bciltlo of bloaa't Unlnii-n- t which dM me ta much cihu Hut I would not uo wllbont li IJul-mrn- W. Hero's Proof. Uvol lAfi)ctc, AU.,wtllMi lor anything." Thomas 1. Kicr. of Kulon, ft., t wtllcil "I lure ued Kloan'i fur rheu and find It fun-clnulic uin." Mr.ti.O. JONMoflUMwtnt.L.1., wtltc "1 liae found Slojn'i I In. Iment par ftcrilcncft I have uM-- ll lor broken sinew above Ilia knro cjp caucd by a fall, and lo my g rjt MtifiLtlm I .t allo to returns my dutln In Ins Hun time weeks uittt the accident," d i 0 0 0 0 0 0 SLOAN S LINIMENT Sloan's llook on Horsci, Cattle. Shrcp and Poultry cnt free. is an excellent remedy for sprain, bniisci, wire throat, asthma. No rubbing necessary you can apply with a brush. At aH tmalar. Price, 2So BOo. A $UOO. Atldrets 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 Dr. EARL S. SLOAN. BOSTON. MASS. 1 11 If You Have Money - WE WANT IT - 0 0 lii-.i- r Yor-nill- If You Need Money WE HAVE IT 0 .Your Business will be well cared for and we solicit Your Patronage. 0 First National Bank Stanford, Kentucky. Capital $50,000 Surplus $25 ,000 0 0 0 0 0 0 I (lood-K-Xllf- f, HAVE A YOU SEEN TM ) 00100100100001000010010 p. 0 1 -.. 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. - CMli-.n- l- 1 11 ne-ti- l- Ls L SANDERS Grub Orcluird, len-.vct- ir Kentucky. bii-.iii- -- Cash lor Accounts and Notes comes easily and direct when you place tliem with m, for collection. We make collections nnd loot after claims anywhere in the United States ('n inula, unci mil nmke no chure uiiIckh we collect. Hank reference, CerresBondtnce invited. MAY'S COLLECTION AGENCY. -- s-- Somerset. Kentucky. K. siitc.-IMiiVl- - IT WONT BE A - i0' &i&i ttH6fti The Fameus Sj dy : m m Oliver Plows: U the evcaing. when tlie whole fwly ii The bet prt of the gUhercd tojrther around the Lmp. . . m a nicHruf I b ci4 ol th tmoty srrpuc i . ad mo naupnmm iw i lux Of cmvcsmsI cl tlum ;,uuu,uuu w imh ia Hm VuUd Suiet TW m (ka 3.000.000 cW. rUu lifhl la ., , X. .1. Cone, Hip well known farmer of the .Moteland section, has just imported fiom Ohio a trio of mieJil.V fine Sluopshiie sheep. These ale a eoiiihim-mutton and wool sheep and me sind to be about the inosl profit able a Inrmcr enn raise, some ield hii;li as IS piiiintls of wool 1. u he.itl while (he iiiuttou is all that M' .Mr. Cone intend to ol be ileshiil. pay puitifiilur alteutioii to tin breed, until he has a Imp' flock "l HAPPY NEW YEAR I j f the loved ones are not protected from the cold and kept comfort able and warm during the next few wintry months. is them, - The Kitid That Satisfies SW.E.Pe fe sW,it--- J&9OLamp !, -- V. U. liout, of the Jli'-e'iill- sec-lio- n, The best way to do this to burn tut af lunfiili TW to-- d. tit u n9 " W MM IWN VWt W" iRlllllli Illllll ' CRAB ORCHARD, KTfTUCKY. Rm u udi f mUJ km widi luadMHM licM WK """ ' " MiMl 3tiin4ri Oil Company (hrp iriM) t Al soltl IliMt week to Kpli Xewell, his IhiIh fni hi of l! acres, at i:i'J a" acre. This laud is extra well ?oeal"d mill said l be very tlesj ruble. Mr. liout then turned nroiiiiil and boicht fiom K. T, Fdwaids, HI ncnr of his place at $10 an acre. 11 r-- in ;;!mi iIn tilling: to pureliasc miiT'e la nil u little Inter on. I,!S loads of (ol.neco av" comiii'i In town to the .vtiivehoUKeJliere if'"'-m- i their way to' llanvKluj The ilnij weather has bven finc for it to come ' .v ' "ij I'liftfi'U . BAUGHMAN'S COAL In your stoves and grates. Phoh us to send you a load now. it. umm & (d.; .'i i'1 jtm in i. r- u m n iAt, f y i