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Interior Journal STANFORD, rtQtf Win vWp Wntrli Ywrl I toktnWM Exrt-esWaW- i Yow Date ami ftnew omjtlyj LINCOLN COUNTY, KENTUCKY. TUESDAY, DECEMBER 3, 1012 TUESDAYS AND FRIDAYi RILLIANT NUPTIALS hold attractions and belongings. General News Hales BECKHAM ANNOUNCES 'n. ihould luv in lli-- Scnaio a w.'l OeKfhtfHl Entertainment Tonight. STATE BANK C0RM SHOW . i .i mosi p izc, . presents, AT ALLENSVILLE LAST WEEK iimonR me Ffm If S SENATE a8 'n tlic House, to aid him in keep Laurant, tho wonderful j,oV. TLom8 j. Dlivu, a DapliS)t A DECIDED SUCCESS ,mg faith with the people, men who entertained a largo crowd ntmagician I received was a solid silver minister, of Elitabethtown, was sent tho opfork, presented by. the .Lad.es Aid ,0 jnil for .J4 ,, In Response to Demand that DeiM ,'aro in cordial sympathy with his era house Saturday night. b Jud This Pronounce by Prsf. Smith t Miss Marie MfatiMy, a Farmer Stan- - Society Su. policies and men who nro willing and was tho second bt of the Baptist church, number of the lyceum cracy Be Allowed te Fulfill for conlcm)t 0r court. Ttti Girl, lectmes sVHle of capable of finisbiug successfully the course program Skm Best Exhibit in State cured by the efforts of Miss Small and was crcatly en Gov. Wilson is said to fuvor tak Its Plerifes Rev. Auflust F. lattech work to be begun. Many Fanurs Attend Wo were then taken into tho din ing the oath of office unostentatijoyed by everyone. The third num I seek this position as Senator ing room and seated. A large table ously March 4 tlio time provided ber on tho course cornea tonight, Frankfort,. Ky.,. Nov.. UO.-- Thc Allensville, Ky., Nor. 30. The wus Tho corn show given Saturday affrom ray nnUve Sta,6 ,ot mere,y when Boston in center of the room, whito and by law and postponing the public formal iinriouncenujnt of formci with nny selfish consideration of the class tho talentedLyrics a very high ternoon by the State Bank & Trust most brilllnnt socinl event of the I red roses formed the handsome cen and musicul troupo with the show features Gov. season was the wedding or. Alias terpiece, silver candclbrns wcro at ceremonies J. C. V. Beckham thn ho will honor it tony bring me, but for the will bo seen ut the opera house. Af Co., of Stanford, brought out least attending inaugurations, until the Marie Ilnydeti Mnhony and tho Itcv. camera of the table, filled with red he a candidate before tho Demo- broad opjjortuntty it would afford ter this, tho fourth number will b0 150 farmers from nil sections of the last .Thursday in April. August Francis Dallbneh, of Lain-de- candles. Tho ices nnd cakes wcro in crats of Kentucky in the August, mo of rendering some useful nnd late in January. No one can afford county and considerable interest patriotic service to the pooplo of the to miss this N. J., which wan solemnized red und white. Tho Ted ice was efattraction, this Tuesday was manifested iu tflie lecture by Lancaster 1913, State primary olection, for the country. I believe Prof. Wallace V. Smith, of the Kenhere at the First Baptist church on fectively decorated by Cupid in that I havo had iiigni. Mrs. W. Ross llastin was hostess nomination for United States Sena- such experience nnd training as tucky experiment station at LexingThursday evening ut six o'clock in white, the white block cuke, bore of u well upjiointcd luncheon for her tor to succeed William O. Bradley, would make me reasonably well preton. Un was- - introduced to the asthe ptesencu of u largo company of Miss Mithony's initials in red. FIRM DISSOLVES sembly by Prof. J. W. Ireland, who pared for the work. I do not come attractive guest Miss Sadie Imiigh-ma- wag ninde here t.xlny. friends and relative. d niints Red nnd whito of llustouville. Th nrurcu wu surtisticnlly Thut Gov. Beckham would ask before the people of Kentucky in W. H. Wearen Sells Interest In Big culled atlentien to the fact that tho vrcrc served. The favors consisted agricultural spirit was growins in with jwlrus and ferns, studiibiman C. Brown and Miss Miilie the people of Kentucky i0 restole to till? rnci unknown to or untried by establishment to Partner. of little, white satin bags filled with the stiitc and showed by statistics C. Graves were united in mnrriago him uu honor bestowed by them ut them. In my public enrcer in the ded with attractively urrunged lice. and holly uscl in profusion. iiii Wednesday ut the homo of Elder polls uud then denied in tho hulls of pust they hnve hud nmplc opportuniA large advertisement on another that 84 per cent of the children who Miss Mnhony wore a hluo velvet F. M. Tinder he iicrformiug the cereRev. II. F. 1 lagan, of Trenton, wus the General Assembly, has been ties to determine whether or not I puge, tells of the dissolution of tho arc now in school nre from the gown beautifully trimmed in luce, tlio officiating minister and hofore mony. known for somo weeks to those clos- enn be trusted with official respon- large firm of Cummins & Wearen, farm. Smith is qm'to a young man nnd large black hat with fenders. (he ceremony, u musical program Kentucky news sibilities, or whether or not I om ac- wtio have conducted one of tho Ian: but his lecture nnd the accuracy with Mr. II. G. Guy, pharmacist ut it. est to him here. Miss Wultou wore pink chiffon customed to redeem my promises est establishments dealing in gent's which he judged the exhibits "showwas rendered by Mm. Walter Car-vei- l, hand painted, over pink, with luco E. Mcltobeils' drug store, bus re- paper editors, Democratic und Re- und obligations' to them. organist uml Mrs. Ilamill, who trimming. signed his position und returned to publican, havo been calling upon him clothing, shoes nnd furnishings for ed beyond a doubt that he is familUpon their sound judgment and n nng in her usual sweet nnd impros-biv- e voicing home in Allen conty. to announce u3 a candidate, number of years. Mr. W. II. Wear iar with his duties- - and his decisions Miss Elizabeth Walton wore his gnve genoral satisfaction. generous confidence I rest ray can- en sold his interest in the He paid manner, "I Iiovr You Truly." muuvo charmcusc trimmed with vel-store to Mr. Abuer G. Daniel, uged 7tt the sentiment of pretty nearly every nnd "Oh Promise Me." The bridal resident) of this community in the state, und bo has didacy for this high office, seeking Mr. Cummins, nnd in order to closo Lincoln county farmers the compliyeurs uud u former and luce. their support if they believe me wor- up the partnership they are adver- ment of having raised the best com jiarty filtered the church by MenMiss Virginia Mahony wore dark city died in Purugnhl, Ark., of u received hundreds of letters, quite he hud seen outside the county of delssohn's wedding march, while complication of discuses. A widow, a number of them from influential thy of it nnd advising them to vote tising a big dissolution sale. Mr. J. blue cloth suit and green und hluo wus used aH n recessional. men who have opposed his political for some other man if they bclievo F. Cummins will continue to operate Jefferson and which was exhibited two adopted daughters and ono sister . nnd success- the business iu corn show last Mr. Carvril played the flower song hat Buffet Luncheon Party their big store room nt the Louisville Mrs. Win. Yuntis, of Paragold, Ark. aspirations in the past, declaring he enn more faithfully ceremony. ery softly, during the at the corner of Main and Depot week. This speaks1 volume of praise that he should have no opposition to fully serve them. entertained survive him. Tie ushers Messrs. Thomas Lyne, at Mrs. Ihomas I'cppcr from two to The comedy entitled "sentimental succeed Senator Bradley. streets. He is one of the most nonu as he bus been judging corn shows luncheon Monday Charlie Gill and "Warren Walton, The announcement reads as fol- Mr. and Mrs. Owsley Dunn Entertain lnr business men in Lincoln county at many Kentucky towns- und cities. home on Muin street, Surah" by home talent, ut the opFrank Smith wore black suits nnd iour ut her Ky., Mr. and Mrs. Owsley Dunn beau- nnd will undoubtedly keep the es- His lecture' was replete with good lows: in honor of Miss era house Friday evening, drew and best man were dress- Alleusville, the croora hi answer to a great many inqui- tifully entertained ou Friduy even- tablishment up to its standard, ag he sound reasoning and gnve the farlarge crowd. The students in the Marie Ilnydeit Muhouy. ed in I'riiuw Albert. I feel thut I should, without ing in honor of Miss Mary E. An- "goes it alone". Mr. Wearen is con- mers some new and valuable ideas. one of the most high school gave the play and the ries The The bride's maids wli were Misses Lr ill in n occasion was beautiful and attractive sidering several good offers, it is un- No rule he said' could bo laid down t of the season. The library suui of $85 wus realized, the pro- further delay, make known my pur- derson, the Mr. I'.lizabcth Walton, Annie Builbne.li and Mrs. David An- derstood, but will look over the field for the raising of the cereal as much pose in regard to the approaching daughter of uml drawing room wore filled with ceeds to he used for the benefit of nnd Oliw Walton, wore reception The thoroughly before making up his depended' upon the land, the chief race for the United State senator-shi- p, derson, of Preuchersville. the friends of Mrs. Pepper'a nnd the uthtetie club. thing to be ascertained is what prodresses of blue cloth nnd carried Miss Mnliony's. for which a Democratic, nomi- house was beautifully decorated iu mind. Mrs. 11. C. Rose entertained at a perties' the land' is deficient in. He pink enrnations nnd maiden hair nation is to be made in the state White chrysanthemums und patted "What shall we say of Miss Mncourse luncheon, the liencould not, for- lack of time, go int Thanksgiving Dance Jem. The rauid of honor, Miss Vir- hony whom w'e hue learned to love? handsome being MLs.s Sadie (laugh-ma- primary next August. Following my ferus. At the appointed hour deor guest Mnhony, the brile's sister, in ginia retirement from the office f Gov- lightful refreshments were served iu The Thnnksgivinsr dance was eriv- - defat ns to how to find out what stanof lIutonville. those deficiencies might be, but told brown costume with trimmings of She has measured up to our ernor about five years ugo and tho the dining room. All regretted when en here lat night and wus dignity and honor, of Rich- result of the senatorial election in the hour for departure came. Those enjoyed by Friday his nudience that .the experiment Elder E. C. MeDongle, satin nnd ace. carried n beau- dard of womanly vreen nil, who were there. The nor has she been found wanting in tiful boquet of Kitlurney raes.nnd liny trust reposed in her and now mond, pleached a most interesting the General Assembly of 1908, it present were: musics wus furnished from Danville. station at Lexington would send free Christian of charge to anyTapplicnnt a treasfcimon Sunday ut the seek E. Ander&ou, Mr. Miss ferns. Miss Belle that woman's crowning 'blessing has church on the advancement of the imis not my intention to again ardu- Burch Mary Miss Mary B. Spoon-amor- e. Tlutse present were: The bride was lovely in her Hester, public office. Eight yeurs- of Rousiski, Mr. Lee Rupley, Miss Mary tise on nearly every phase of agriwedding gown of blue velvet come The love of u brave nnd (.'. W. B. M. auxiliary. Mr. Noel Carrel, Miss Elizaous nnd difficult bervice as GoverElizabeth McKinney, Mr. Stewart culture. chivalrous mull we shall still bcliOV The hank offered four premium The little son of Mr. and Mih. nor, frequently dealing with serious beth Holtzclaw, Mr. Jonathan Ran- Carson, Miss Lyle Cooper, Mr. Jos combined with iin'Mii ted luce and her able to meet worthily tho coudi, Kichuid Button, of Bryuntsville, is I Wile $j for t&e best single ear, of white from Emma enrried n white Holtzclaw, Mr. eph Hill, Miss Bertn Jcun Penny, und critical questions, had prepared kin, Mis tious of the new life. And he must convalescent from a lccent illness of nch end of which fell a shower of he me to welcome and enjoy tho relief Bowen (livens, Miss Lizzie Dye, Mr. Mr. Spuldmg Hill, Miss Mary Dee oorn. Tbis whs awarded to B; W. woithy since she' has chusfii. diptheriuT valley lilies. The bride, who was froui public responsibilities und the George Sudduth, Miss Lena Truylor, Beck, Mr. Howard Newland, Miss Givens, who raised it on his farm at Tho feature of the alteroevn '" Hubble. Prof Smith pronounced morriage by her father, ttie vivon in Tlie Presbyterian MjnMiiary So mStia r.f private life s:hirls sii.-I- i re- Mr. William" Dudderar, Miss Jewel Goodie Redd and Mr. Gcorgo New-lmia dutest conducted by Mrs. J. J. this cur of corn to be the most per- Kev. It. H. Mahony, was met nt the Spoouumorc, Mr. John Rankin, Miss met Monday afternoon ut tho tirement offeied me. Miss Anna Chancellor, Mr. fec(i Carvel. cicty Hardin und Mrs. one he hud ever judged and But from the people uud the press Opine Wayne, Mr. John Spoonaraore, Cnssidy. Miss Mary altar by the groom nnd his best man. The questions were Walter und the church. Burdette Mr. 'read May me Wilmot, Mr. Smith Frank Phillips Miss Sinks, Mr. Tu advised, Mr. Givens to scud it to the Mr. A. (1. Bulbnch, father of the Mv. and Mrs. George Brown gave of the State I have received so many Mis answers gotten from iiiumi lcmleicd National Corn Show nt Columbia, groom. mi elaborate coure dinner to their kind und Buttering assurances thut Rnukin. Miss Mary E. Holtzclaw, dor. Miss Hundley, Mr. Albeit Holtzon piano. Iwiulifnl nnd Following the son, Hotmail I. Brown uud bride. I might us a Senator from Kentucky; Mr. Albert Phillipi-- , Mis Elsie Mor- claw, Miss Lcttie Walker MeKinnoy, South Carolina Si Jnuuary 1013. A Religious Romance. ring ceremony, the bridal Mr. Leonard Crank und Miss Iucy be of some Useful public service, and ris, Mr. Max Latimer, Miss Jesse Mr. rrevott Brown, Misses Engle- - The- award for the best 12 ours of unitimand a few intimate friends Miss man nnd Mr. Walter McKinney, Mrs. white com went to W. R Gaines of Lvnn, Mr. Jese Luwienee, imrty (The Meeting) gratefully npprccinting the honor J. Picston, of ML Hebron were Were cutertuined at the home of the Marie Mahony wus a religious ed in mairiagc at the home of Bcv. plied by such expressions, 1 have de- Nuniiie Sloan, Mr. Raymond Truy- husnn longer, Mrs. W. R. Rice. Mr. Wulnut Flat. It was worth $7.50lnide. A tempting buffet luncheon gill and loved to go to church. G. W. Thompson on Thursday. cided to become a candidate for the lor. Miss Vcrgie Spoonumore, Mr. ai)d Mrs. J. C. Reynold. Mis Mary und was also pronounced excellent. The second award for tin best dozwas served. Rv. and Mrs. Itnllmch Mr. and Mrs. William Ball cnler-tnine- d Democratic nomination for thut of- Bona McKechuie, Mis-- , Kate Ander; Wnlden Go.K-h-, And one day at the protracted Miss Mary IC. DudI left on the evening train for n week's meeting in Stanford her eyes begun nt a well arranged course fice in tho primary next August, ami son, Mr. Logan Hubble, Mjss Mag- derar, Mesrs. Woods, Cooper, Mob-le- en ears of white wurf given to Thos. Tt was worth $5 and wast May in (Chicago mul Minneapolis af- I tt, eaich. dinner Thursday complimentary to to submit my caudiducy to the Dem- gie Rankin. Mr. David Morris, Miss Joe W. Rout, nnd Messrs. Wcdfe A. Rice. ter which they will be at home at Pcuri Chrisiiian, Mr. Albert SKoim-mor- c. Fitzgerald and McCnrty, ot Danville, raised by Mr. Rice on his rich blue The men who tilled the benches the followim; Stuuford quests: Mr ocratic voters of tho state. h rass farm on the Stanford and Miss Eliza Cox, Mr. Silas Mr. nnd Mr. I believe that the 'I.on2 Prairie, Minn., where Hev. eople of Kenund the Indie by their side. ami Mr ('. II. Mo-e- r, and many other visitors. Danville- pike. J. Frank Smith cap-hirMiss Vercie Hester. MtvJas. is pastor of the Baptist church And near the pulpit sat August Hohou i'niiiphcll und Mis?. M.irtha tucky hate known mo long enough the award for the best don Tho bride's traveling costume was it Bulbnch in nil his manhood pride. Siu'iuy. and well enough to judge by what Wilmot, Miss Ethel Freeman, Mr. Marriage Licenses. ears of yellow corn, woith $2..r0. t,tlili blue whipcord with hat to And it was n large crowd to hear Wilham Henry White, age l.'i years principles uud purposes 1 hue Morrison Luce, Miss Jennie LawCounty Clerk Cooper ha boon e harmonize. A verj large nnd the second son of .Mrs. Jennie Faulkbeen influenced in my public rence, Mr. Edwin Holtzcluw, Miss quite busy the past two days issu- Mr. Smith raised the display on his J. C. Daniels picach. collection of wedding prc-en- ts Christ uud lue and God above ner White, died in tho city of Nudi-villlife, and how well or ill 1 have met Mabel Riinkiu, Mr. Bunk Spooua-mor- ing inairiage licenses. The following place on the cut off pike between was received by the exceeding popu- nnd the people to teach. attending col- ou-rwhere he was Miss Lumie Rankin, Mr. Cal- licenses have been secured since tbe Stanford und Shelby City, There were responsibility or obligation lege. Hi death wus thought to have confronting inc. 1 htive been frank vin Hester, Jfiss Ellen Scott, Mr. 1. J.'s last report. Alfred Brown, 3G entries in the single ear contest, lar noting couple, and their host of (Continued in u Wedding Song) "17 in the show friend extend to them thier hearty 1. Who wus the hero! The Child lesiilted from uu accident received with them nt nil times, frequently George Pope, Miss Dora Hester, Mr. of (he East End, was united in mar won by Mr. Givensj for the best dozen ears, won by Mr. t'ongratiilatioii". l.illie Wilmot, of u King. in playun; loot hall. .Mucli sympa- when bchccd it to he to my per. Joseph Freeman. Mis riage to Miss Susau Pollard, of 2. Where did he meet the hero-iu- thy U felt for tin mother, in her sonnl disadvantage, ami I have ncv-- Mr. Clarence Rankin, Miss Kute. Rwkcastle county, the wedding tak- Gaines. Tho five salient points on awurds IN HONOR OF BRIDE The little Drown Church in illhood home. let them remain in dtmht about Ho!t7(4aw, Mr. Leslie Sloan, Miss ing place at the homo of John Elder whilt the judge based the were 1st uniformity of exhibit; 2nd Dr. J. J. Puisley is traveling in my position upon any important po- Anna Holtzclaw, Mr. Ernest Chris-innthe Wild Wood. Bee Lick. iKMr shape of ear; 3rd length of ear; Beautiful Entertainments Given For Miss Ida Freeman, Mr. Albert "J. What weie they doing! Bring-iii- Georgia in the inteiest of his medi litical subject. John T. Dudderar and Miss Miir-th- u 4th circumference of car, 5th tips of Mahony Last Week. Mae 'L'mvlor, Mr, Har Miss in the Sheave. So upon the issues now promi- Scotl, Miss cines. .jiss .Miirgiuci lliuii, oi ."sew Payne becuuie luisbund and wife 1. What did he siivT 1 need Thee York City, came Friday for a visit nent before the country the peojJe ry Scott, Miss Effie Miller, Mr. Deo Saturday at the home of the bride ears nnd soundness of kernel. I Cashier M. 11. Salin, of the State A Incut at iMieuswiie semis ine'Very Hour. to Mis. Emma Hinggiuhotham. Mi's. of Kentucky well know how I stand SiHxriiamore, Miss Evu Rnukin, Mr near Crab Orchard. Both parties Bunk nnd Trust Co., who promoted following appreciated ac-- j Bessie Cos, Mr. I. .1. the . A. Price was called to Florida uud whut mv course of action would Ewult Givens, Miss did she snyT Make Me n aie natives ot Lincoln county. the show, hus the thunks and comby the illnes of her daughter, Mrs. be if I should he elected to the Sen Samuel Sloan. fount of two iieauiilul aiiairs Kiie"' Cliniiiicl ot BlessuT' W. L. King, of Rockcastle county, mendation of every one interested in honor of Miss Marie Muhouy. forHoy Orrell. Miss Bcsxio Shugnrs, utc. 1 urn in liea i ly accord with the in 0. What did he say when he firrt secured license to wed Miss Samun-th- n such matter. He devoted much Hubble. merly of tin" city, whose wedding to fell in love? Thcte is Suushine in of Richmond. Msitcd Miss Murthn principles of the itlattorm of the Jones, of this county. Rev. D. time to it nnd liko everything else he Butt is last week. Mis Sadie Bnugh-nial!ev. August Bulbnch, was celebrat- My Soul Today would Baltimore convention, und it Mr. Iriee, of Washington, is vis- M. Walker performed the ceremony undertakes, he made n success of ed there l"t week: of llustouville. who is uttend-lie- .' be my endeavor us a member of the iting his daughter, Mrs. A. M. Luce, nt his home cm Logan avenue. 7. What did .she say Let the his efforts. Siin-hithe Xoriual school nt Richmond, Senate, without ostentation or disillcxsi-Miscellaneous Shower in. Virgil Siler und Miss Bertha .Mr. W. (1. Rnukin, of Perryville, has been the recent guest of Mrs. W. play, to earnestly S. How did hu woo hcri Softly and efficiently Mioses wuve and I'.iiniiieiu vii-- . ligh Durham, both of Lincoln, were joinPrices cut ut a time when you Ross Bnstin. Miss Belle Denny, of assist President Wilson und his Ad- was here lust week to see his da ed in wedlock's holy bonds ut Chestton, entertained Tuesday afternoon j nnd Tenderly. ter, Mrs. W. C. Pettus. Cummins need clothes nnd shoes. U, For what did ho piueT A little Sranfoid is the uuest of Miss Fstcll ministration in fulfilling the .prominut ridge church Friday. with u miscellaneous shower, in & Wcareiu Miss Mtivbelle Rankin, of Murcel- K. Kiihy is at ses made to the people in thut platWnlker. Mrs. Marin lionor of Miss Marie. Haydeu Mnhony Bit of Love. his, was visiting iu this vicinity last Do You form uud in the lecent campaign. 10. What did he say when he home from u short stay in WashingOwn a Hyomei home "Walton ait their country Restore His Nomination ton City. Miss Allelic Bourne is in The veidict of the American peo- week. .Muiior', which wa verv attractive; proposed? Take My Life and Let it Inbaler for Catarrh? Candidates for United States SenK. McKechnie bus been visiting Mrs. ple in the lecent national election J. Iiviugstou visitinj: her sister, on this beautiful No ember nftcr-iioo- I'.e Consecrated to Thee, Then you ought to know that ator are almost ns thick as appli11. What did she reply! 1 am Fred Neighbors. Judge Homer W. was unmistakable and emphatic. ieluties here for a couple of weeks, druggists everywhere will furnish cants for post office in nny country Basiin, wife and little daughter were They voted for a definite change in He will leave this week for Portland, you with a bottle Tlio entire parlor iloor was used Thine. of Booth's HY- town since the election. Many good 1'J. What did she say when he guests the past week of Mr. nnd certain policies of the Government, Ore., wlieie he has a good position. OMEI for only 50 cents. men are being "mentioned," hut its for the entertainment and the decoMr. Clinton the restoration of its control to the Dogs got into Mr. 1). B. Morris' Pour u few drops of HYOMEI into dollars to doughnuts that the peorations - were unusually beautiful, teased her about going so far uwuyf Mis. R. II. Butcou. home, people, the dethronement of the pow sheep hist week uud killed uud clip. the inhaler und sturt this very day ple insist that Mr. Beckham's proconsisting of chrysanthemums led I'll go Where You Want Me to Oo. Bastin and bride left for their to breathe the soothing, healing VJ. What did she tell her father? in Millershurj; ntlei spending Thuiik er of special interests, lelief from pled live. i nnd white roses and pliiino-i- i. After perty will be restored unto him. giving with Mr. nnd Mis. A. II. Bas- the burdens of tariff tuxes and triuud destroy the Cuturrh germs. Danville Messenger. Mis-- e Elizabeth Miller and FranLiing berved to chocolate und wuf- - 1 lyove Him, I l.oo Him. With every package of HYOMEI butes ,the overthrow of mou6p!y in cis James, of Richmond, came homo 14. What did shu promise! To tin. cis, we entered the first reception our industries, the readjustment of with Miss Jennie Rankin and spent comes u little booklet which explains A Record Log loom und met Miss Muhouy, Miss Love and Obey. how easy it is to end the misery of Burleson Returns to Jail to several days. 15. Who will be invited to the the functions of Government The lurgest log thut ever went out Virginia Mahony, Miss Uallmch, Miss Ciilnnh, Croup. Sore Throut, BronTolheit Burleson, who with Her-mi- serve the musses of the people rath('. C. (lover and wife spent Sunday chitis uud Deafness caused by Cu- of Adnir county was hauled to Elizabeth Walton. We then listened wedding!. Whosoever Will, May Come 10. What did she when he tir.it Cumphellsville Camp, broke jail heie Wednes- er than those favored classes which with Mr. and Mis. Robert Ruiikin ut turrh. hist week by J. N. to a Victrolu produce the mo-- popucaressed her! Diuw me Neuier, day night, uu iicount of which ap- have fattened upon special privil- Hcdgeville. But best of all 0. L. Penny is Atwell, Venter Deal und John Young. lar airs. peared in the hist issue of the 1. J. eges, uud for other just and needed After a short time we entered tho Nearer. Mrs. John Muiphy has pneumonia uutliirtvcd to lefuud your money if The tree wus cut on n farm owned 17. How will they spend the returned to the jail here Sunday reforms outlined in the Democratic HYOMEI doesn't do just whut it is by one of the Tupraan boys, lying on main nuilur nnd awaited the Mr. Robert Rnukin shipped u load udveitiscd to do. If you haven't Green river. Tho cut hauled weighof Cupid, in Iho form of honeymoon! In the Good Old Fasji-ionq- d night about !) o'clock weary uud bun-!r- programme. Hnwever much we may mules !,, Odessa, Gn., Mondiiy. Wuy. the HYOMEI inhaler ask for the ed 22,083 pounds nnd contained S and asked Jailer Farmer to tuke rejoice over thu recent result nt the of Muster John Robeits Walton, bringRev. Swift, nf Lexington pieuch- - complete outfit, rl. won, mills, our victory is not yci 18. Wlmt is their life woik? Res- him in, thut he was tired of dodgfeet of lumber. It was hauled ing with him n lnrge red heart on church Sunday, ing the officers nnd had lesolved to und will not be won. until we have cd ut by twelve horses, hooked to an old filled to overflowing with cue the Perishing. v heels Teachers' Meeting 10. Where will they go? Green-land- s serve out his sentence and become u substantially fulfilled these cxpccla- - j The Hubble Telephone Company Hickory wagon bought by Mr, Atfor Miss Mnhony. She was preents Icy Mountain. The teachers of the Graded school well from the Buchanan Lyon- Com-punbetter inun. The penalty for break- tions of the people of enacting into mv putrinf un u ii'u frjnn. H.ijbbln to the'hnppy recipient of ninny most 'JO. What is the with Cnuiphellsville. of their ing jail is confinement in the peni- laws the promises we have liiiidc It jhj.vjiiie tin wlv.t.uP iind .rirrnl, schools, iii Educational The, cut belbeautiful gifts und displayed them, of her friends! Dlest Do tho Tie Thut Kinds tentiary hut it is not likely that tho is evident that the admirable innil most "of" iht wiiv'tinil will have the Division No. 1 ore requested to meot onged to Mr. Whithev, the. well- -' ono by one nnd IhoJiearts whom wo have elected President ic- - wire on the .hist 'of Hi, pfi ''ill"'! i I'" 'ligb c!iool building in Slaii- - known- lumber. mail. .The ieVn"iiiiEpded by wedding march and tho chiirgo will bo pushed against friends went' out to her, as,' ftho, htftid t. ' .. .'.( I .K. if,,. All persons cognizes (ho solemnity of the ohlis this hui is couipl'i.. if he Bliowsn, hi t?'.' r joyous in her posses! guests' inarched'' to ihd'dinrng rbotu beforthem, to reform and make n good cations placed upon him in these a line to Slupf.od. wl tlicy hone iiilicstcd iu the cause of education entered Compbellsville nnd nlso't-ious and spoke words of lovo uud for luncheon, where elegant refreshShe stood aside after ments were served and paper hearts prisoner while he is paying tho pen- matters and is essential for the to get connection wiih the Cumber- - nre urged to nttend this meeting, many people while en route. Adwr appreciation. Garland Singleton, Supt. Couuty News. alty for his past lawless career. , biiiTt'ss of his Ai'u'inUtrnluu tu.it hind company. Slaving filled two tnhles with houfee- - given as favors. s ... s' n, n, heart-shape- doc-orat- cun-tlelb- ra ct - - n, tK d, - y, B.il-bac- ti, - ed ill-w- hand-Mim- e, e, 1 -- of ur .. u, 1 I n, ue u. vu-p- or ni ik f. y, 22,-02- tV . ?- :J -! j ..... il ' - y, Lnii-arl.er- . - T if 1 e - 1, A- - ti THE INTCJWwt JfwattAL ITAlrlftt. KEMTWCKV. TNEMAV. 1ECEMEH 3, 1112 Cummins & Wearen Dissolve Partnership Having decided' to dissolve partnership, we will.close out our entire stock of Clothing, Shoes, Furnishings, Hats, Rubbers, Rubber Beets, etc., at and below cost. NOTHING IN STOCK WILL BE RESERVED: Don't miss this opportunity, as.this is no fake sjJeV.but a, jm uine closing out sale, where you can buy. your winter needs at actual cost; and some goods below cost. We Save a full line of Hart, Shaffner it Marx all wool suits and overcoats. Come in and get first pick. Thanking all our friends for We are very, respectfully, past favors; STANFORD CUMMINS & WEAKEN The Dry Feet Your old shoes havo been waterproof all this dusty .fall but they wont do now. You must put on good ones made all of LEATHER of the VERY BEST LEATHER Interior Journal FroprlttM saxuron u. bavtixt- 1 A TXAB BTRIOTLT IN ADVANCE ma Kntftti i mh Miur t tki ptrtoflt al BUnfori ft- - alaLallaaalaW PtHUcal AnnwitGeimnts Th anronscrmtnti In tali rolnmn art et casdidaUa lor office, lubjttt to th action of the Democrat! primary. No anaonnecmrnta wm b. naae, aucu ptia lor in aaranct Riprnrntittv. Tf VIKOIIj McMULLIN. BXrrif H. B. BAUOUUAN B. VI. OIVEN8 , J. O. WEATHEKFOBD , T. J. HJLL County Judgt T. A. Hlt'E mi M. P. NOBTU ,. Tot JafUr PEYTON PAKRIBII OEOKQE DEBOKDE DINK FARMER WILLIAM U. HESTEB W. A. CARSON Tor Au$tor V. L. BECK B. It. OWENS B. II. BRONAUOH P. U. BANDIDOE J. II. BOONE W. T. GARNER LATE 1IOROAB r that tanners can produce, the best that man can make for the feet is not too good. We buy the very best that hides and skilled labor can produce. No one can do more, and we do .not believe all as much. Every shoe in our house, from a 50 cent Baby Sho'e to a $10.00 Witch Elk, is guaranteed ALL LEATHER. We offer a line of Work Shoes that we believe are unequaled in this section. A line at $1.75, $2.00 and $2.50 as solid as a bone. Then wnes 'JMenzies," the BEST work shoe on earth, in Tan and Black at $3.50; in Black or Smoke Color at. $4.00, $5.00 These are the nearest water proof shoes ttiatfcaribe roade out of leather. h top "Menzies" Then we show a Tan, and a corlang good one, at $6.50. We alone sell the celebrated "Wit h Elk" Shoe at' $7.50 and $10.00. The old Honest Mike Boot and Shoe are as good1 as ever, and we alone sell tHeni. - rt If Benjamin Franklin Were Alive he would like to know our stove experts. Franklin perfected a beating itoy. that burntd coal. Our manufactured have perfected the Perfection Heater, which bums oil, the cheapeit fuel in the world. Our is easier to carrv than a wallet filled with currency, silver orjsid. It adds dignity to your transactions and gives much satisfaction. Checks are of no value except to person in whose favor draw. Can you afford to keep your money at home or in your packet, when you can have, without expense, a CKk 1Mb N tW itm M? A CHECK BOOK Lincoln County National Bank Capital $100,000 Surplus $100,100.00 Corner Next to Courthouse. W. II. SHANKS, Pros. W. M. BRIGHT, Cash. Stanford. Kx Resources $500,000 J. J. B. PAXTO.V, V. Pres. W. R0C11ESTEH, Ass't Cash tr "" TtjRFECTIO mwetBLUKw The Wide-Awak- e People ARE LOOKING FOR SOMETHING WE HAVE IT IN LADIES' COAT SUITS. AND W'M V LONG j t qriitin $7-,50-. 16-inc- See what We have before you decide' Editor AlversoD, of the Anderson News, tries to make it appear that papers which are advising Gov. Mc Creary not to make the race for Senator, arc not his friends. As the I. J. has offered the Governor this gratuitous advice, we suppose we come in the catagory. Now, we Time think, otherwise, however. and acain. during his canvass for election ,we beard our friend, the governor, declare that he desired only to round out his splendid career in the governors chair, and would nev er ask the people of Kentucky for Because we remind office again. him of his solemn pledge and ex press the sincere hope that our con fidence in his word will not be mis placed, is no indication that we arc not his friend. Indeed, we think our position is more indicative or loyal and sincere friendship, than the po sition of those who are seeking to have him violate his solemn promise to the people when .they, elected bin governor. Just ponder on this la while. is the result of years of scientific study and experimentation. It is today the most efficient and yet the most economical heating device obtainable. The Perfection Heater bums nine hours on ona gallon of oil. A staple, automatic device prevaata It la ornamental smoking. Easy to clean and (nickel trimmings,'- with plain steel or eaamalad turqudrums). Inexpensive. Lasts for years. oise-blue re-wi- ck. - MISSES' COATS AND SO COME AND TAKE A LOOK. LUMBERS, Crab Orchard, Ky. At ZJaaleiw Mfupawe STANDARD OIL COMPANY aaaaaaBismi ftlMcRoberts STANFORD, KENTUCKY U Vt mii X nomination for senator in the popu he would expect the legislature' to-- fulfill the pledge' BMde by the people: wouldn't her Beck' ham w,on theparty's nomination; but was defeated in the legislature through treachery. Stanley might face the same situation some time'. It seems to us it's up to Stanley1 to look at' this phase of the question, and keep' est this time. Somebody please! call his attention to this. If Owsley Stanley' should win the lar primary, BlizzardFrohU, Lap Robes, Horte Blankets. Foot Warmers and Heating Stoves are in de- mand now. Call and see us. Scottish suffragettes threw shoes at a judge who was trying one of their number. Wonder if this is a sample ol what may be expected when the dear ladies get to voting all over this country! Perkins put up his money to nom inate and try to elect Roosevelt, and now that he's not needed, some of the radical Progressives want to make him go way back and sit down tf ,". , (By Jas. Cooper.) The Bach Club gave an American Recital in the auditorium last Wed nesday afternoon. A large crowd was present and the entertainment was enjoyed very much. The Bach Club has made just as much pro ress, if not more than any other organization in our school, and is expecting to do much in tho future. They are certainly strengthening and working up to their motto which is: "Progross is the Duty of Life." MR. FARMER: Make vonr hoaie. as modern for Tom The program was as follows: Roll call by the secretary, Marion faaalY M a aies residence, and claee voarself h a nosi at any tiaw. Grimes, ties to cat the latest market auota-.tionhe aceoainliflhed bv meaaB of oar tatsoaoas This can President's address, Harry Rein- sirries whtea voa and vonr nekhbors caa eet for a aura hart. fc ssaaJl aaiBae with the benefit receWea. Call tUt Secretary's report, Marion Grimes asarssc Hoei or ,wrue. aireet.ta mu r -. xru roonnattoa raMNuur M Kentucky Home, Clinton Cole- aaTaTJaCaKBrs aaartfnL.JljaTu. jwaaare bk a ix akin .7?"T. KTTT TUtaHrtwMrOw.lbM I SJUMBBK iSflPBW .MFWaT Polka CapriM, Xaa& Siaetoa. Daace of the Flowem. laae D, W.RHiggins Stanford, Ky. RURAL TELErHONES. s wrtHtw r th w iiil present. Those present were: Misses ffcRobertg. Paper The American Woman in Baughman and Cook, Messrs. Hopper, Coleman and Cooper. Mnsic, Sallie M. Craig. j Spring Dawn, Mary E. McKinncy.J FOR BALD HEADS Bubbling Spring, Lissa Iloltzclaw. Club Journal, Harry Rcinhart. t A Treatment that Costs Nothing If Mazurka, Effie Baughman. It Fails Witches' Dance, Mary M. Raney. Goodnight, Ilarry Reinhart. Miss Mary M. Matheny was to We want you to try three large sing but she had such a deep cold bottles of Rexall "93" Hair Tonic she failed to respond. on our personal guarantee that the Miss Ella Warren, '13 was absent (rial will not cost you a penny if it Jast Monday. not give yon absolute satisfacA.crowd of yonsg people, 'ent out does That's proof of our faith Jn to Mr. John Field' last Wednesday tion. remedy, and thia it should indisputcountry par- ably demonstrate that we know what evening and es joyed ty, A, large crowd was present and we are talking about when we say Delightful that Rexnll "93'' Hair Tonie will realso a "large." time. refreshments were served, and. it was tard baldness, overcome scalp and a very late-- hour, when the party hair aUmtnts, and if any human agency can. accomplish this result, it broke up, Those present were: Miss Anna Chancellor, Mr, Spald- - may also be relied upwi to promote ing'HUl, Miss" Mary" E. MoKinney and a new growth of hair. Remember we are basing our Mr; Joseph IU1, Miss Effie Baugh man and Mr. Robert Carter, Miss statements upon what we have al Mary 8. Cook and Mr. Harry Carter, ready accomplished by the use of and we Miss Kate Raney and Mr. Thomas Rexall "93" Hair Tonic, have the right to assume that, what Coleman, Misses Edith Watkins, Ln has done for thousands ox .others cile Dadderar. Mary K. Dudderar it will do for yon. In any event you Sampson, it and Messrs. Watkins, cannot lose anything by giving it a Stephenson. tnal on our liberal guarantee. Two All pupils enjoyed their Thanks sizes, 50c and $1. Remember, you every can obtain Rexall Orderlies in this giving holiday very much, but one was "glad" when Monday came. community only at our store The Mr. Hockenberry and his chorus Rexall store Penny's Drug Store. were complimented very much on thq If you are troubled with chronio singing at the Thanksgiving service - constipation ,th mild and gentle eflast Thursday. Tho girls of the Bach Club gave fect of Chamberlain's Tablets makes especially suited to a candy pulling to their friends on themsale by G. L. Penny. your case. For last Thursday night. It was fully enjoyed, by all, who were present. It was girea at the home of Mrs. Nellie Ballon, and we are very grateful to her for her hospitality. In the candy contest everybody declared that Miss Sallie M, Craig's candy was the best looking and tasted better than all the rest. Mr. Joseph Ballon was a close second. Those present werer Miss Mary E. MoKinney and Mr. Joe Hill, Miss Mary M. Raney and Mr. Ilarry Reinhart, Miss Sallie M. Craig and Mr. Spalding Hill, Miss Effie Baughman and Mr. Robert Carter, Miss Ellen Bal-lo- u THERE IS REAL PAINT and Mr. Joseph Happer, Mrs. T. D. Raney and Miss Susie Bras- - and also soma stuff mixed with hear, Miss Lissa Ilolticlaw and Mr. cheapening materials that i no' Thomas Coleman. Mr. Uunton uoie- - worth of the name. If yoc, have man and Mr, James Cooper. had eaperience with the latter kind The Senior class have just complet yon don't want aaotsar. 11 you making ed their Grecian history, all haven't take our adnes.aad doa't exemption grades. experiment. Bay M. Craig eatartalBea Miss Bailie sad save yosrajlC a lew or aer uwnas ataex aaaae Friday ,sfaiag ai a., .ekaftag disk aaaaaaaL BbLi' party; wMssi WW Old Crimp" will get vou if you don't look out! I'. .1 a Had you ever thought about a new suit; High top shoes, Corduroy Psnts, Coftfc Jersey, Over Coat, Corduroy Suit ? 1 Ratters t keep wtRatter fats, lioflm ynDry mi Warn this Waiter. Mai u Ink tra tVtf. Sam Robinson Shoes for Service we carry a full line of Barker iShoes tor HLqix, and Boys-t- he best sboe made' for bard wear. Remember, W. E. PERKINS Crab Orchard, Ky FURS AND HIDES NtMtT ajaski fpj AfkmgjgjAABx mwrmmmm. saLaBA Bam MARKET HWfC PAN) aaaaa aajr4 iAAUm urn wwreuB, Ti W in i "If- - SmJ1m .v. 4hv ' t t r M V THE HJTCMUR JIURMAL tTAMPHf ff . KENTUCKY. TUEMAV. DECCMER 3. 1112 Mvw Te Fsftts OM .NeafkO nt McCombs, Miss. 'As trows old tfae wutt ef las Miss Margaret Bniley, of RichaVtteea becomes mora rapid than rf mond has returned after n visit to pair, the organs act more slowly )tM effectually than In youth', tho clr T. I). Nawland nnd family. euIatlM I poor, the Mood thin Ml Mis. Mollie Pope, of Livingston, ilfetttfa weak. " Vlaol, onr delicious cod liver and wns (ho guest of Mrs. Annie New-lan- d Sunday nnd Monday. Iron toojp v(thout el. Is he Idfal Mr. and Mrs. Robert Bruce wcro in r old treafltaWer and for Richmond tho guest of relatives nnd gelka, (or It contains tho very ModVd Yd rebuild watting: tls-vfriends. with Mrs. Mary Penny has returned .94' rtplaea weak-settreafth. Ylnol ataa fortltea the lys-fe- n from Allensville, where she went to afalait colds and thus prereoU attend the Mnhony-Balbnc- b w?llnf? staseala. Miss Sarah Hundley, who came Ilamll-toA irandnelee of Alexander home for Thanksgiving returned to over eighty years of sue, ones Knllierino Monday. rttsarked: "Vlnol Is a godsend to old fit.Mrs. Clara Andrews ,)f New Havyeef). Tikaaks to Vlaol, I have atari? appetite, sleep soundly, feel en, Conn., is hero visiting 'Mr. and active and well. It Is the finest tonlo Mrs. M. U. Elmore. and strength-creatoI have erer Matter Raines M. Hutchings has MCC." returned to Danville after a visit to If Vlaol falls to build up the bis father, Mr. E. R. Hutchings. people, feeble old and errata Mr. ond Mrs. Beverly Rout, of strength, we will return your money. Louisville, hnve been here visiting Penny's Drtif Stsre, Stanford, Ky. his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Frnnk Runt for several nays. Mr. and Mrs. II. C. Grernwndc nnd Ptrtwia) anal facial. rbildrrn and Mrs. Sue Brignt, of Mfc Sterling motored over and spent Lillie Warren, of JKddlcs-lwr. "Mrs. is-- it Thanscnine with Mr. C. II. Carter lins returned home nfter n nnd family. to relatives nnd friends. comes from Columbus. Ky., llrs. Klwnrd Anderson, of Crab of News arrival of n little son at the tho Orchard was the guest f Mrs. Su-n- n II. Samuels Yenger sccral days last week. home of Mr. nnd Mrs. II. innrringo, Mrs. Samuels, before her Miss Nannie Drown, of Louisville, whs Mis Liceic Lee Martin. is the guest of her cousin, Mrs. Levi V. T. Mansfield Mr. and Mrs. MjCTiS. nnd little sons, Floyd nnd FJmcr Miss Minnie Jones, of London, Gibnn, of Richmond, spent Thanksinlcd .Mrs. W. A. I'oyntor Inst giving with Mr. nnd Mrs. J. It. Wade week. nt Walnut Flat. Mr. Walter McKinncy, of Huston-villMiss Susie Hrnslirar, uf spent Inst week with Mr. A. S. was tho guest of Mrs. Nellie HalChewning and Mr. J. C. Hollady. loa last week. Misa Mary Dee Beck, of McKin-nc- Adair County News. R. R. Denton, of Ilnekley, Garrard vrns the guest tf Miss Anna county, has been the guest of hii Cjinnccllor last week. (laughter, Mrs. W. S. Fish, for sev3Dss Annetto Urinstcnd, of Lonsinters, Mesdiimcs eral days. don, is visiting her Miss Goodio Redd, of Crab OrchJ. W. Dryunt and J. B. Harris. ard, was the guest of Misses Mary Mrs. J. S. Barnes, of Nicholas-vill- Elizabeth and Lcttic Walker McKin-ne- y who has been here somo time for tho danco Friday night. with her dnugrtor, Mrs. C. T. ChaA little daughter has arrived at tham relumed home Saturday. the homo of Mr. nnd Mrs. James M. fir. nnd Mrs. James Turner nnd Snuflcy nl Graysvillc, Tenn., where daughters, Misses Mnmio And Grace, tho father is agent for the Q. & C. of Xicholasvillc, were tho guests of ruilrond. Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Harris. Mr. Russell Dillion, of Lincoln Misa Catherine Harris who is at- county, and a thorough Progressive tending bcIiooI at Millersburg spent wns llere this weVfc visiting" his parThanksgiving wilh her father, Mr. ents and buying entile. LonSon Echo. J. R. Ilarria. Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Salter nnd Mr. 'Japes H. Banghmnn and wife nnd".' and Mrs. Thurlow Jones, daughter, Elizabeth spent nnd Mrs. with Mr. left Sunday for Chicago, where they will spend a week attending the In- A W. Carpcnjer in Lincoln county. Danville Advocate. ternational Stock Show. $ Mr. E. R. Hutchings Is in Mays-Viltbis week on business. E. T. Pence has returned Mr. hump, nfter spending several weeks la CAWJI WOtKEO LIKE A CHARM QrMI WerKei Like a Chirm. ? WrWHfl ( NWM0V Mentfey, Jaiwary entile 13th. Our f ffHff9tHf9fttt9f9ff9f9ffnf9991tff9 1 nt stock goes nt cost, Cummins & Wenren. m body-builde- elt-im- U ea n, Christmas goods nre nrriving nt W. II. Hicgins,' stop in and sec Jonesvllle, 8. "C. "I suffered with them. womanly trouble," writes Mrs. J, 8. Kendrlck, In a letter' from this place, There will bo preaching at the "and st' times, t could not bear to stand Foirview Baptist church Snturdny on ray feet. The doctor said I Would never be any better, and that I would afternoon at two o'clock. hare to have an operation, or I would l,ct K. F. Oreen do your tinning, havo a cancer. I Went to the hospital, and ther oper- plumbing nnd repair work. Shop on ated on me, but I 50 no better. Ther Depot street. 0(J-lp. Great Stock Reducing Sale! 0 r Said medicines would do me no good, and I thought I would have to die. At last I tried Cardul, and bczan to I continued using; It. Now, Improve, I. am well, and can do my own work. I don't feel any pains. Cardul worked like a charm." There must be merit In this purely sjrgctablc, tonic remedy, for women Cardul for it has been In succersful use for more than SO years, for the it The Minister's Aid of the Turners- ville Christian church will havo an oynter supper in J. N. Cash's store loom Saturday night. Dec. 7. Come nnd help u good cause. ( iimmins f: Wenren are dissolving partnership und are hlaughtcring prices. trsatircst disease. 0 wczsmu,jT nUiuJs5 a&u o, e, y, c, Thanks-Carpentcrgivi- Programsss Tuesday Night at the Stanford L yceum Opera House Third Number on with pneumonia fir a the firxt npplicntion of this liniment tveek, U somewhat better nnd hit be was well. For sale by O. L. physicians now believe that he is out of danger. When you have a bilious attack delightfully Mrs R. M. entertained in honor ol Mrs. Robert give Chamberlain's Tablets a trial. They nre excellent. For sale by G. T. Ilruce Saturday afternoon nt 1 The L. Penny. o'clock with a course dinner. dining room was decorated with We wih to call your attention to whito and yellow chrysanthemums. the fact thnt most infectious diseasThe place cards were yellow chry- es such as whooping cough, diphsanthemums. Those present were theria and scarlet fever are conMcsdames Robert T. Urucc, John S. tracted when the child has n cold. Baughman, W. C Shanks, A. II. Chamberlain's Cough Remedy will quickly cure a cold and greatly lesSeverance, W. A. Tribble, II. J. D. M. Walker, I. M. Rruce, sen the danger of contracting these This remedy is famous Misses Mary Bruce and Minnie for its cures of colds. It contains Woods. no opium or other narcotic and may be civen to a child with implicit conSHORT LOCAL NEWS fidence. Sold by O. L. Penny. disOur stock must be reduced to You cap buy goods from CumCnmmins solve partnership. ft mins & Wearen cheaper now than Wearen. you ever bought them anywhere. For holiday presents which will Chnrley W. Eads, who lives on the last a life time go to Mueller's jewJ. II. Crawford farm four miles out OOtf elry store. on tho Stanford nnd Danville pike, For Rent-n- ow for 101? property left nt this office Saturday a samoccupied by I. M. Bruce, on ple of tho finest nnd Inrgcst hickory They 94 nuts to be found anywhere. Logan avenue. A. arc of tho scaley bark variety nnd Sriri o Ohio citt or Toum. . Mr. Kads gathered '4 2 bushels OOCTTT. I.W f ruxx i, cntvtt mkf 04th tbml b It ralor from one tree. As they sell now for unorr 0 Km nrm et T. J. Ciunii A Co., dolai mra In tb air ef Toledo. Onuir vxl nut $2 per bushel it will pay every man Uttrnna, tnd Ul uid Bra win par tb aim ol who has space for a tree to put out ONE HUNDRKD DOLLARS hr Mca tod rrf cm oc CATAJtut tiut rftaaot oa cund Df t&a ua ol a hickory. Eads is a son of Mr. CCtz. Ball.- GATAJUI fRANK 1. CIIENF.V. t Mton a and Kbxribrd la mjr pnanca. James J I. Eads, who lives on the Scorn ol DNcooer, A. 1). int. Tribble farm just beyond the CrawA. W. OLEASO.H. tlAL I Noraat muc ford place. threatened d ts, 1-- You will find that druggists ovcrv cnk well of Chamberlains KB. irWf; Uji' AMumr Dp. Gptrtal Cough Remedy. They know from M.lkln. Co.. Cluittnoon. Tmn.. for Horn TrtttMut e liutrwtion: nil Jong experience in the sale of it that ttt Voun." unt la pliln wttntr, oa rouM(. in cases of roughs nnd colds it can nlwns be depended upon, und thnt Mrs. Will Hays spent Sunday nnd it i.s pleiiHant nnd safe to take. For Monday in Lancaster the guet f sale by O. L. I'cnny. Mr. utul Mrs. .lames A. Jlenzley. A Des Moines man had Miss LOttio Carson wns sick sev- of muscular rheumatism in an attack his shouleral ilnyrt bint week with tonsilitw der. A i fiend advised him to go to she is able tu be out nguin. Hot Springs. Thnt .meant nn exWilliam anil Logan Weiterfield, of pense of $1.")0 or more. He sought Pans, were tho guests of Mr. and for u (iiicker and elienpcr way to cure it nnd found it in ChamberMrs. M. I). Elmore. Ci1. J. 0. IIuh, who lias been lain's Liniment. Three days after Please try It, for your troubles. 0ti-mo- o where Starts Thursday, December 5th, 1912. Our December sales are always great money saving events. When you see the goods offered in this sale and that we allow you to take off the price you will say this beats all. This offer applies to all Cloaks, Suits, Dresses, Rain Coats, Skirts and Children's Cloaks. You can do your own "figgerin," as every ar1-- 4 l. ticle is marked in plain figures. Come to this sale and own a cloak, suit .or dress at much less than its real value. tr Severance & Son. Don't Forget the Remnant Counter. 95-t- For Sale Oood fcecond hand J. L. Beazley & Co. f The Indies of tho l'rchbyterian church will hold their annual bazaar and exchange at the State Bank building on Friday, Dec. 13,. The sale 'will begin at one oclock, oyster &oup, coffee and sandwiches will All be served during the evening. f. are invited. UO-t- Just the Thing for Her Christmas Present We htTe put on diplay in pur windows )ateat thing in Stationery, Letter Paper an Enyelpnet. Nothing nicer can be found for. a Chmbnat Gift. Prices are lower than you will usually find elsewhere ft HtBI OtUfrk Car U UlMi InterMUr nd artl IMwUr spoa tM blood and nriiroui urtaea et Iba rnan. boad m batBBoaiala. trr.-r. 1. CHENEY A CO, Toledo. O sold br an TU. Bau-- i ramliT Mila Inr rooatloaOoo. zmy. ' V.' l,l' Yta want the Mst policy when vmi HiMTe. Sec Frtk ft BtmiIiy. fUmfard. Ky. Insure everythlnM. For Sole. Weil broke, year old bird dog; guaranteed to bo all right. A. "H. Call at Morgan's store. (Jrimes, R, T.V. No. 1 92 A splendid selection of watches clocks, jewelry etc., for Xmas pres92-t- f. ents at Mueller's. who nro working hard, we will rive a bonus vote of 5,000 votes for every $1 paid on accounts at tbis storo Stiff Joints Job,jofllf7pnlihrJj. are relieved at oace bv an an tion of Sloan's Liniment. Uont "kloaa'i JJntmant hai don. mor. good than anything I bar. ar.r triad for HUI Jolnto. IgotinyhkndhvrtK tad), that I had to itop voch right la th. boalaat tlm. pf th. i ar. toI thought m; at am that 1 would bar. hand taken off, bat I got a bottlaol iUoan'a Liniment and eured my hand.' YTUtox Wnanxa, MorrU, Ala. i? Bach Club Entertains Music lovers, of Stanford, spent another delightful afternoon with the Bach Club out at the Graded school auditorium on Wednesday, Nov. 27. These enjoyable affairs nre always anticipated with ' great pleasure, and especial interest and patriotic pride was taken in the pro gram of the afternoon devoted, as it was to a study of our own musi cinns. The corapositiops rendered re presented unusual student achieve ment, and pointed toward brilliant carcosr for the members of the clnb. who may diligently and faithfully dovelop the talents" so generously in trusted to tbem. Such a variety of interpretation and execution is sel dom found in a school organization of this kind and Mifcs Ballon, whose work is too well known to need com ment, should have tbe ardent c'o operation not alone of the tnnsic lov ers, 'of Stanford, but of those who, inrougn a civic prjae snoujp iena their interest and encouragement to nn influence, so uplifting t'o Ihe community ns the Bach Club." How to Succee te PENNY'S, The Rexall Store. PONCHETING We are in potttioa to de an kind at Block Vuk, ParenMst. ase) nek In fact, w ean make aartUaf freat a km 'down t a fane Jwea! C4 and gat Wiee D. PERKINS J DENTIST Office Over Higgins' Store STANFPRD, KENTUCKY. pee or aatrW t jbajf nill.Lir MM., Btaafera, 7ouTbmy My. Old in Ag Bot Modero in Ways bp olst h. As an inducement for the cirls Be Boston Lyrics ' In a Delightful Musical Evening. SAXAPHONE INCLUDES THE BOSTON LYRICS' PROGRAM AND CORNET SOLOS. MARMBAPHONE SOLOS AND DUETS. VOCAL SOLOS. CARTOONS. HUMOROUS READINGS. PASTEL READINGS Sam Robinson. 95-- 2. O. O. Jokm, Baldwin, L. L, vrlta I 'I uaed Sloan'i Liniment for broken nine abore the knee eapcauud bj a fail and to taj great aatufaetlon vai able to roeuma work In Uu than three week ajur th aocidant." Cooa for Brokea Sbnws Lost a pair of gold frame glasses in town Monday or Ilustonville piko. Finder will please return to this office or to J. S. Mobley"at McKinney 92-t- f. and receive reward. havo just received tho bifest line of holiday goods ever brought to this place, which we will have on display tho lasti of this week. Don't go elsewhere to rauko your purchases for we have the goods at right prices. Adams Bros. Yf SLOANS LINIMENT t meat." Prick 2V. Sloan1 friend Mralned.W ankle no badly that It want black. H. langbed when him osl I told oho that 1 would tun.Unlment la a week. J applied Sloan' and In four day he wa working and ald Sloan' va a right good link BX, riMfaw'srahi VOkat, M Jtomertel Vi. Rnrar A.K. V., wrlu.: "A rumteld, M,aM-I0oa ANi THE COMPANY SONG. AND SEVERAL OTHER FEATURES. CONSISTS OF MR. AND MRS. JORDAN AND MISS BERTHA WELLS No Music Lover Can Afford to The trustees have wonderfully improved tho old college grounds by having concrete pavements' laid in front and concrete approaches built No finer school to both doors. building can be found in any town in tho state tho sizo of Stanford, and few ean equal those here. In view of the missionary meeting to begin ai the Christian church on Wednesday evening, Dec. 4, there will be no service at the PresbyterAll are date. ian buret m to Musa. we meetiBgs at toe bone, sattle, heepand Book poultry aentlrefc Jlddreu Dr. EarlS. f I VvTVAl W -- .rJr V jf 'JM V ' ,A H I During the lisf fc years, condi- 10ns in all lines of business, every prpfessipnuj ljfe, have" changed po completely thnt eyerjr map'l? ufaking up to the fact that in order to "win success he must specialize and learn to do some one thing and do it well. So it is with any article that is sold to tho people, tl must have genuine merit or no amount of ad vertising will maintain tbe demand for the article. For many years we have watched with much interest the remarkable record maintained by Dr. Kilmers Swamp-Roo- t, the great Kidney, Liver and Bladder Remedy. From the very beginning the proprietors nau so much CQnfidence in h that they invited every one to test it. freo of cost, before purchasing. Jt is a physician's prescription. They have on file thousands of letters received from former suffer ers who are npw enjoying good health ns a result of its use. llowever if you wish first to try a sample bottle, address Dr. Kilmer & Co., Binghamton, N. T. and mention this paper. They will gladly forward you a Earople bottle, by mail absolutely free. Regular 6ues for sale at all druggists 50 cents and $1. (Ady) The FIRST NATIONAL BANK, of Stanford la the ksi-tati- on in this pecn o 0 state, baviag ergaiizeet Maro 1, 1854. A U to aave BUn5 the panics that have occurreTk sM past 69 years must be all right This bank today is straW' asd better than it ever fTas. While old in age it is modern in methods. Our patrons, and they are many, will testify tp the fact that we take care of thtta ' in a manner both pleasing and satisfactory. Your patronage k respectfully asked. Bsaewter en vMgt) of courteous treatment and sodorable dealings.' Onr directory includes some of the most proHoineiit business men nnd fanners in this sectl6u of the county. Try us. 11 M9i??'JRr,i--- . HARRIS. Vtcs J. R. HARRIS. Isskktsftr. W. W. SAUN0EHS. " c- - AUOHafAll. Casfchr. Ids'. At Cost BEGINNING Monday, Oct 21st, will sell our entire reserved. We need the money and mean business. This is the best opportunity you will ever have to save money. Strictly a cash proposition. Goods charged will be sold at the regular price stock of Dry Goods, Notions, Shoes, Etc., at absolute cost This season's newest goods. Nothing y l Skin (h Fire? Miss This Attraction. Admission 25c, 35c furi 50c. ALE AT PtlYl ffH ITME. iMPTVU fCATf "AMproFit hav. .old othr'rmed! 1 Jut the mild, ilmpl. waah, th well known D.D.D. Prescription Xer rrurn. TV for akta troubl. but Bona taat w coald cuaran-te- e aw th DJD.D. rX4t. K th. Aral renAar aiaa ii.M kciaw daaa :::::::: , Bfi tii Hughes, Martin & Co. A !!?-- 1 - 4 Tmmt tUnfwr- -. Kv Vi li Kv e r ai Stanford. Ky lt. y Heat t HM-- ilJ I Iflinjrt- -i .5 . 1 , i v. r. KmUCKV) TUEMAV, JMjMecWq 1112 " i if THC IWTtmt mWW. ITAft, .Bfi Our Next Sale will be Wednesday, December 4th. ' 'La.. We Mtned affarHM?. Danville Tobacco Warehouse Co. WALNUT STREET (Incorporated) w4 DANVILLE KY. aw warehouse Thursday. November 211. 1.1:. nvtuvB mk 6.1 rjtfna: your HUW to I. ft, tip H. C BRIGHT, President with 52J00 pounds on the fleer. Owim, to the dry weather afferlnas were smalt, but prices very to last seasan. a fW Wh "TIRE Average $1242 W. D. WIHiama. iavle county me wnwM. garrard l5-aHazMwaad & Averitt, leyle county.... Jw WHcher. Lmceln County W solicit Jf'S kwoinMi ana! " 15.45 H. Q. Mastln. Royfe cawiti Jee Russell. LlMfttn cmiHv TA.A 15.00 M dT ,1 rm Martin n'Daniel. Ravi county Hacker & Lawsen. Lincoln county 13-H 15.51 MiM Slmasaii, Garrard 'county jm towwi. Lincoln county DANVILLE T01ACC0 WAREHOUSE COMPANY on Walnut Street, and qet the HIGHEST MARKET PRICE. LARGEST LOOSE LEAF HOUSE south of the Kentucky river, and the 1EST AUCTIONEER M the State i'tv.1..! mit avH. taw imtw yn mmro ALLEN HIEATT, Secretary and Treasurer. FARM AND STOCK NEWS Remember R. M. Newland's tobacco show January 13th. Richardson Store's Contest -- Jhrf . THEPROOFomiPUDDING vvL-Y- Here is the standing of the diaFor Sale. Thoroughbred Bronze delivered to R. C. mond Ring Context nt the Richaid-su- n F. Arnold n bunch of hogs weighing turkeys. Mrs. W. 88-- Dishon, 05--It. F. Store, Junction City, Ky. F D. Ko. 1. Phone 210 pounds. He received for tlicm R. C. Arnold bought of William Miss Georgia Wells 400,300 0 -- cents per pound. McCormack a bunch of fnt hogs nt Miss Lncy McCord II. O. Kox $90. 389,430 William McCwmnck bought of J. 0 to G 4 cents. Miss Hnttie Leigh 285,400 good brood mam II. Unughman n For Sale. A lot of pure bred Miss Alma Cosby 229,250 for which be paid brown Leghorn white Plymouth nnd Mis Flom Minor 1GG,470 Hnnkin and Goggin, of Hubble, barred rock pullets and hens. Mrs. Miss Annie Atkins flfia 148.450 ? VT kaiBS9HHiaB.Btf " bought of Kinnnird, of Oarrnnl, at II. It. Suufley, Stanford. Ky. . 05 Miss LnVinin McGraw 140,000 Lancaster court n pair of nuire J. L. Bcaley Mold tu II. C. liutlgh-lua- ii .Miss Laura Kelley 117,950 mules which cost them $27"i. "TBMbbkkA iAtt "abm. Vltai mW out on the Somerset pike, n Miss Blanche Dunn 11U,150 wBBBrjHP"LVau J. I). Eads and Sons delivered to pair of good mule colts for which Miss Dounbelle West 109,800 fliBBBBLaaaM-aaL-aShk. A. T. Nunnclley at his stock pens on he received $105. .Miss Pauline Taylor 101,550 Depot street, 123 barrels of com at Owing to the prolonged drouth Miss Susie Robeit 81,500 $2.23 per barrel. 79,800 and in order to give all tobacco Miss Alice Durham 75,950 J. D. Eads and Sons bought of growers an opportunity to enter my Miss Christinu Noskn arket price iWkejrs 70,050 different parties n bunch of good tobacco show will be postponed to Miss Irene Lyons hogs averaging 225 pound, which court day, January 13th. 47,150 R. M. Miss l,ul,v Sewcll cost them 6 to G 4 cents. Miss Desie Wright, j G0.100 BOURBON REMEDY CO- , Newland. sell W180Q L --"'-. -,Miss Mnry Beck R. h. Barnett, Slute crrlty .yf Utlaftoa. Xt. EncloK tad pholS At bAff that wu cnrl of Union will He In Stan48,950 Miss Mamie Jones the Farmers' Cincinnati Markets choteta with roar Bourb.o Ho Chofera lUtn-d- r. 39,250 ford on December 13th and deliver Miss Anna Pniitt ,. This boffwas tlnoil dead balor mini Cincinnati, December 3. Cuttle and lho waa antlnl- nt the coitrt house. All Receipts, 2,372; 43,550 th. meOlcliM,aara, taQ. ate. Th. hoc la nrcd, ax. an ntldres crp lota of owiwd by market steady; Miss Dora" JvcAnnly . at, ba Biwuafunta, ar. iia 30,850 I win sun nwiBv. myou interested ate invited to hear him. steers .f.1.759; heifers $3.75(26; Miss Elsie Alstotl .. (lad to r)r taatlmonlal, aad wa PHONE 153. 32,4d0 f.BasrttMrarlmorllrowaatttn. . ast dnrrard cows .''2.50(S5.75. Woods arid tton Calves steady, Miss Mary Clarkson . , HUNNVBI.ITT DRUG CO-- s25,800 Miss Clara Martin . . shippers, exported a car 16'Sd of $3.5011.75 Hogs Receipts 0,899 .BowUo Graaa, Kr. 22,000 stock from Point Lick to the Cin market slow and 10 cents lower; Miss Oracle Lawson . Aak Your DrofITo It. 18,500 packers $7.457.63; common sows Miss Josie Watkins the sktiM aiswcr right mw. A cinnati market Tuesday. Shuaars & Tanner. "" Miss Elizabeth Carter 15,950 E. B. Ray left Monday to (ake n $5.50G.90; pigs and lights $5 10,100 position with the New Shclburne To- 7.40; stags $4.25(aG.75. Sheep Re- Miss Fredie Seltsmnn Bakes the difference. Start saviig bacco Warehouse Co., nt Lexington. ceipts 905; market steady, $1.50 Horse Sales at Fox's Stable We wifl help yoi purchase the Mr. Hay has served as Garrard so 3.85; lambs steady, $4.50G.90. firm' licitor for a Fayette tobacco In some way the I. J.'s report of Administrator's Sale. for several years. horse sales nt Fox's stable in Dan As administrator of Mrs. W. C. Center Bros., f the Point Leav- Hocker, deceased, I will offer for ville last com t day, got lost in the HAVING SOLD OUR FARM. WE W ILL ON ell section, bought at Lancaster 'sale three shares of bank stock in court day 7 head of C42 pound heif- the Hustonville Peoples Bank, Hus- - mails. The following were the sales: mules bhiken One pair ers from Mr. Conn nt $.'1.87 2 jer tonville. Ky. 3t-nnd sound, consigned by W. P. hundred, 17 head of 100 jtound W. O. SPEED. Adm. Walden, sold to T. K. Bonner, $300. shoatn from Thoma Conn at Gets, SELL THE FOLLOWING DESCRIBED PROPERTY AT OUR PLACE. " One buy mare mule, 2 year old, KNOWN AS THE OLD HIGGINS nnd 10 200 pound porkers from Joe $25.00 In Gold Given Away PLACE. 3 MILES FROM CRAI Sowders at G 4 cents. Capitl$50,000. Surplus $500 ' Stanford, 'Ky. R. M. Newland, the Life and Fire broken, consigned by W. P. Walden, ORCHARD. ON A COUNTY ROAD LEADING TO THE OTTENHEIM Lawson and Brown, of Lancaster, Insurance agent here, will give n to- sold to Clell Clnunch, $110. w. Mccarty, ptm. j. s. rice, v. ptm. One brown horse mule, 3 years One pair 9 vear old horses, bought 13 head of 300 pound hogs bacco show on the 2nd Monday in , 6., L PENNY, .V. Pre. sound J. D. EADS, old, sound and broken, consigned by and aood workers. Joe Pollard nt 7 4 cents. Law-ko- ii January court day, 1013. M. I. SALIN, Cashier. R. P. BROWN, Prizes as Follows: John Spears, sold to Clell Claunch I Black combined sold 7 hogs to Gooch nnd Brown saddle horse $15 in gold for the best six bands 9127. drives well and works anywhere. nnd Bourne nt 7 2 cents. W, II. Ings to weigh not less than four Brown sold a 1,070 pound cow to of One aged mule, sound, consigned I six vear old bay mare a aeod pounds. In foal to a horse. Elkin the butcher firm nt 4 Iiv Jerry Iiontn, sold to Bob Bcddow worker and $7.50 for the second best. I comlnq two year old bay filly. 3 two horse waaons. ;h8..r.o. W. G. Anderson, of near I.ancns-tc- r $2JJ0 for the third best. I cominq 2 year old horse colt. 3 turnlnn olows. I aood tsnatieiait sold 12 80 pound shoaU to Joe One black horse mule, 5 years old I cnmlnn 2 vear old hnr No trash leaf or red sonsidered. mill disc harrow. I McCormack Binder. cents. W. G. An- A. W. King, Danville, kv.. Judge. sound, c.msigiied by George Chris- - 6 extra oond milk rows Pollard at 0 I Walter A. Wood Mowlna 1,200 jonnd Talk with me about your fire and man, sold-t- o machine. derson sold 10 head of 2 extra Jersey heifers. Bob Crow. 13o. 2 flood sets waaon harness. HI steers to Joe Ro-- , nt 5 cents. Mr. life insurance. R. M. NEWLAND. In. IbaTeoaeef Ball IhsT oM eODtUsU; Tor vurou. which nead aood steer calves. One work horse, 5 jenrs old, con- 12 (N tl I gi Anderson nl.so bought two steers I Deverbeeneeptvnderaroof.aadfnus. It N. 80-t- f. L arw I 1 1 m fU fas head nip halfer raluaa Bj I bauleda ssM St at sumed by J. T. Jessie, old to M. J. 2 Durcc sows, bred to have Dlas In 2 aood sets buaqy harness. P MM4M.Mi4iMrfAMutM..imtl. BJI BBBB-GS- 9i hMiiaiiiiith7er.ltiinnitb.ualjw(oii I Mover buoay. aood as new. from Mr. ttnig nt f20 per head. Fnrris, Jr., $75. oe the tana, HJ limn rnvtrttaur, ' LOOK' HERE!! uecemoer. I new saddle. Jones L. Anderson who went tp ! nged horse, consigned by 17 head extra fine I9n nnnnrf thnnlc One bny ,We will sell Edison wu cylinder I DeLaval cream Florida, but couldn't May away from seoarator. Ne. 2. J. T. Jessie, sold to Clell Chiunch, 2 riek nf nnoH nnt God's country has bought the- - farm records as long as our supply lasts 43.50. 3 4 rlcks of timothy hay. milk cans. too barrels of corn. of Perry Billiard in the Preachcrs-vill- e at the following list prices: 50 bushels of aood potatoes. One bny driving horse, 5 yenrs old ..21c each section and gets possession the Standaid AND MANY OTHER THINGS TOO by Iru Tnyfor, $90. NUMEROUS TO .. 31o cuch consigned MENTION 10th of this month. There are .r7 Ambcrol One sorrel combined horse) years E. C. Garman & Son acres in the tract nnd Mr. Anderson 9G-- 8 lAixiin Ae.. Stanford Ky. olU consigned by C. II. Iingford. paid $4,500 for the farm. ScpiR-- J Hubert Vnnov 4. 1- 3-- sold to James May $141. One yearling colt, consigned by Mrs. S. P. Simmons, sold to James Darnell $40. Ono bay gelding, nged, consigned by Cook and Cable, sold to James Boner, ?33.G0. One black driving horse, consigned by J T. Unaes, sold to I. C. Brown, $115. One brown driving mnre. 3 Jem old consigned by W. T. Robinson, sold to M. J. Fnrris, Jr., $80. Ono brown gelding, 4 years old consigned by Dan McCollum, sold to $-- .... HERE'STHEHOG Turkeys ftr I lijS". :nslS?!PK a bank account makes the difference WeveHmtfclKfkst GvcisacallkfftreyH 1-- Tar Buy YoarOvvn slave for another man from early morn till late at night b iiestrti yt TO ,.. H. B. Northcptt Stanford, Ky. , bilk iccioit tiiiy. fan. Come in and let us tell you HOW. Public Sale! December 12, 1912, Farming implements. 1-- STATE BANK & TRUST CO., 1-- l 1-- 1-- wt ISIHTHEl ATIUI. 1- -2 i (two-minut- (four-minut- e) TSCHANZ BROS., COL. A. P, Huutird, J. 51. I'rvMdent, Gentry, Vice President. I.nther "Stivers. Snles Mnnaccr ir. L. Haker See. & Treus. R. F. D. NO. I STANFORD. KY. J. P. CHANOLER. Aucl. I' . SilctdP LexingtonTobaccoWarehouseCo. nNCORPORATED) AUCTIO.VEKHS: rjntqnaled Qaat-TV IPCT rKVvI of th the "OLO UClMr" I Hi PLOI PMAP ny of wagon la Id lta record ot atrTlce all o?r tb country JO, K and lu jeara of wagon satisfaction rapalr upeusa only a tew cents a year almost nothing. TetP TPCTIMflMV of hundred j of thousands IsKt IfcOIUWHI ol ownra la- - alwolute 0t wacona, Itroot that the quality of "OLO WCiOtV builders In, built In by the best wagon to be found anywhere, mslnf the choicest air seasoned wood stock, aelected and Inspected many times, substantially Ironed, handsomely and durably painted and the utmost pains taken In constructing arery place and part. , Skelna made from aelenttflcally correct company'a own foundry and set on HJ patterns In exact "pitch and gather", under axlea with Immense hydraulic preessure. HAT'S WMY "OLD WCKORY" 7un .LV. hoid urease well and last so long. that why hundreds of thousands ot wagon usera bate already placed their stamp of approval on them, and gleea Ihom the highest reputation a wagon can have. That's why you will be mora than satis fied with If merely respect. a Tea seal stfae to lay sat oetse aaUl yea late i saaifaal AaltU KHmr m aar flsat J. C. Roberts, J.K. Gibbous. Kurly Huss & IJrohei. I Luther Stivers In A Class By Himself Sales Mairaqer and Booster forthe following houses: Warehouses: Shelburne. Lexington. Stivers. Cent nil Ky. Q rowers V. Luther Stivers & Bio. Baker & Seott. J. Al. Gentry. K. B. Hawkins. A. P. Harnurd. J. W. Nodes. Lund Bros., J. K. Gibbons. at T. D. NEWLAND, Call B B Manaaers: opposite Court House and get your winter stoves IJ &tiwimuwjnviaM.i,,m)im.ii. STICK E.T. PENCE Stanford, mmd cow M AW Open day and nloht Floor space 3.000.000. Stable room 1.000 horses. Shed room far 1.000 loads of tobacco. n.a danger of damage. Flnttnclal responsibility. Guaranteed sales every day. Best experienced tatocca men in Kentucky to advise you about tobacco. Full comoetltion of all the buyinq trade. Including manufacturers, dealers and exporters. Haul your tobacco ta us where you have individual attention to each basket by experienced warehousemen and where yeu can better cantrol the sale as to time and .price. 1 f I ' I ) I '. i ) i J. H. Baughman MANUFACTURE & Go. tN I aRV Kentucky SEE 6S J.UBeazley&Co fl FIRE atfasssssLasClffBHaassssPvEVL INSUJLANC1-SURETY BONDS TAHfWa KY. StMUHM. lee R.X.NZWULHD ' 1 rWJg Fall and Wirier , 1 'sir.' J VL f . .ap afiiii 'ftlnWtrT .Ml INfWWWTVflK. MMtaUlTAkCM AND SM- ALM MAL- - mi. ready for your Inspection. They comprise the best on the market. 1 can aalt aayoaa as ita price who had als dothea saada to er- 'der. A suit maoa to your aeaaara u terable to ready nude elothea. To eT aada-tu-i- lr My saw rail ana Winter are sow Lexington, Ky., Nov. 30, 1012. The continued drv harsh weather en used the offiiiiiRS of on our- iiuuket thii week to be very small, only lOtO'Jj pounds being r,old with about the same prices prevailing ns during the opening week. rnnj;e eager All of the manufneturerb nnd other buyer- - weie taking home of the tobacco and of the hinull stiles, none of them weie getting huiilly enough to make puielmnes, but, tm iieeouut to open and start their plitnts, We feel us soon as it good handling season jirevniU the buyers will take the tobacco wore freely mid jrrobubly at some better prices. The Export Tobncco Company, who are largo maniifactuiers and buyers for foreign trade, made their npponrnnee duting the week on our market and were veiy fiee bidders nnd purchaser will cortuinly prove it big bene-f- it and this Company'a lepresetitution on the Lexington inarket who putronize only the Lexington market to realize better to this iiuuket und enuble the fjellers piices for their crops than those yho patronize some of the ninull markets where only u few of the nmnufucturern are represented. It behooves the grower of tobuceo to offer his tobacco for fenlc on the inaiket that has the most extensive repr9ft?nlntlon o( nil the buying trade throughout t,ho wprld. nnd )n necoimt of the parti--r.lloefition of' Ijtftineton. beiii!.' Til the heart of the Hurley distiict, the mhnufncturerH througlibut the world have PeWled.'ou' Lexiiigtoii ns'lhe )n0 phtee thutthoy hro, represented. ' ' , j It LEXINfiTffN TOIACCO WAREHOUSE COMPANY. (' Flour. Meal and Shipstuff fo fc are dealers in Wheat, Corn,Hay Straw, Salt, Portland Cement and Coal. Prompt attention and your money's worth at allt mes. Phone 11 Stanford, Kentucky. ... ., , nr -- a ar PM ALL KINO. OF fTOGK. MV1 TWW A CALL. WWCB arad. made whan aaaUtT aad faa la Coma la and let ma take year O. MVrLMJ, aaaaa-B- . (INCOHPOHATED) XU rnefdaal Tar