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SCHOOL The Interior Journal STANFORD, Subscripts Step When Ytur 1 Expires Watafc I Your Data and Renew mpttyl Pap WW LINCOLN COUNTY, KENTUCKY. FRIDAY, DECEMHEU 0. 1012 TUESDAYS COMPULSORY AND FRIDAYS LAW AGRICULTURAL SHORT LOCAL NEWS 2. STANFORD BOYS THE GREAT HOFFMANN LINCOLN COUNTY MAN ' Hutchinson Buys Farm Tim Hutchinson, hns bought of SL Smith Baughmnn n tract of 00 acres of land off the lnttcr's homo place on the Stanford nnd Somerset turnpike about five miles from town paying $70 for it. Tho land lies well nnd is fertile, but hns no improvements. Hutchinson gets immediuto possession nnd will begin at once the erection of a ncnt homo and nil EDUCATION Do not neglect to get soma of the Made Great Record at Football Dur- Renowned Pianist to Give Concert In 'Killed While Working in Illinois Greatly Appreciated by Farmers In Unrnes books for Xmas gifts. 07-ing Past Season. Brought Homo for Burial Stanford December 14. McKlnncy Section of County Every lint in our store nt or bo- 07-U.iinrnl uT tint fur.! linll nnflifYrl low cost. Missos Strnub. Colonel Gooch, a former Lincoln Tho collcgo of music of Cincin McKiliucy, Dec. 5. Our Xmns goods nro ready for ties in (linking up nil nlUKontucky nati, will present Mr. itcuctick ,i. county man, but who had resided nt Tho Agricultural scliool is taking foot bull team coiiqroscd of tho Hoffman, the famous concert pian- Pckin, 111., for tho past two years, (Im ila yin aur town, ami quite (" your inflection. Geo. II. Karris. wns Instantly killed nt Pckin, on tho Our stock must bo reduced to dis stars from tho various colleges, interest is being Shown nmong tho Sig Oincinto Oonno, bari afternoon of Wednesday, Nov. & place John M. II. Waters, of this ist nnd Cummins 20th, fnnncrH, etc. Wo linvc nix profes-sor- e solve partnership. city, ns quarter. Waters has played tone in n reeitnl nt tho opera house ijji-- j licro ntul ulso n laily, wlio is Wcarcn. Music lovers Jlr. Goocli wns engaged in doing For holiday presents which will lhroui!hout tho senson on tho George on December 14th. Miss science. teaching domesticlast a life time go to MucIIct'h jew- town eleven and made n great re nnd thinking pcoplo will regard this'sotno work for tho Missouri Valley Buckmnn, of SUte I'niversity gnvo OOtf Ho stiiTrod particularly in ns ii special privilego to tho local, """S0 n ,ro11 ' cord. "" "eavy u vory interoMing Iccluro Tuesday elry store. gun which ho used to For Kent For 1013 property tho game against Transylvania when crowd of lndios afternoon to a largo Mr. Hoff pneumatic school nnd community. up n fumble and made u now occupied by I. M. Ilruee, on at Hit Christian church on sowing, Imuran nrenue. A. T. Nunnelley. 04 he nickedrun for a touchdown, nnd man will bring his own instrument. drhe tho rivets caused thotoscaffold on which ho wus stuiidiug graduembroidering, hemstitching, etc., nml R. M. Newland's tobacco show Im ulso was in the midst ltlio Ugnt An opportunity to hear such a pian- ally work loose, mid finnlly gave way Duck-nin- n on Wednesday afternoon Miss Monday, January 13th. nil tho way through when George- ist rarely comes ouco in a lifetime in causing him to fall the distance of lectured again on cooking and Biggest bnrgain ever $1 lino of town defeated Central University. unil so on, both n town of tho size of Stanford, und 28 feet. Death probably would not preparing lunches 07-plates now G0c nt Fnrris. This lad wns ono of the most re- should be npprcciulcd accordingly. have resulted, but the victim struck lecture were very Interesting and Our entire stock goes nt cost, liable men on the Stnnford high his bond against a projecting piece nil enjoyed them very much. Miss Cummins & Wenren. school team last year and the form of wnn. cutting n gash three and of. Kansas, and JOHN BAUGH Uuckninu is formerly Let K. F. Green do your tinning, shown at Georgetown in his ouo-hninches long at the base of hn only been in Lexington about six plumbing ami repair w6rk. Shop on he has Freshman yenr foroeiistH n brilliant Adjudged of Unsound Mind and Will the brain, causing death to bo alweek. She is a graduate in domestic Depot street. 00-lmost iiistoiitnncous. lecord in nthletic during his college licr busiscience nnd tiudeotunds Be Taken to Sanitarium You can bay goods from Cum- course. Mi. Goocli w'ns 35 yenrs old on ness. Hbo is a very entertaining tnlk-c- r mins & Wenren cheaper now than Harris Coleman, another Stanford July 25, and was born and raised an audienco you ever bought them nnywhere. nnd enn entertain John Baugli, of Highland, who hns in Lincoln boy, wiih making a great record nt county, having gone west figured rnther conspicuously in a icry easily nlong these lines. TIo erin or Omo citt or Toniw. , cnvin-TUniversity of Virginia when he the very much interested in Fiidc 1.litm nnd two yenrs ngo. He was not u memfnnurs lire rmiiT m.ri rath thtl t to aralnr and number of cases in both circuit 1. CMin on Soil Fertility and tAnart ot Iho Arm ofof t.Tnlnlo. Omjntr vo. doln was stricken with typhoid fever tlie lecture year, wns ber of t lie church but bis daily walks tniBtttCM la lb Cltr ftM HUU The pa- county court in the pust proved that he was n mnu who belll wr Ihr um of forced t(, cense training. ffr-M that ntl firm Dairying. Prof. Bryant and Hciidrick ONC IIUNDIO.II IHJI.I.AKS lor rrh M rrrrr adjudged of unsound mind in Judge nnd making things hum along thnt rue ol Catarrh Out rannot t curM or tba jm ol pers theio sny that but for this be lieved in what was strictly right. arc nnd will UALLi CATAHIt l,T. injuries he sustained, of u slight na- Builey's court yesterday Funeral serivces were held nt his rnAVK i riiKN'i:r line und Cr.p Production and Live by his family to n private Sworn to brforo n ind mImwtioM In mf prrrnrA ture, however, he would have been taken in Pckin. Ill,, und the reStock. All these lecture are inter- thU th dr ot Utormbrr, A. I).. IIS. treatment. Buugb residence sniiitnriuin for sine of ii place on the I'niiersity of has shown on several occasions u mains brought to King's Mountain A. W. OLK ISO V. esting and helpful to all and tho Me- - i J i Notaut 111UT, iKinuov people certainly take off HaIii OAttrrh Clin to tikrn tntfmillr nd trtt Virginia bnckncld. unit tins is one ol disposition to do violence to his fel- for burial, that being his old home countown. bkwd and their hats to the State" University dlrmly upHi the trHlmonhili. muroua turla ol th the big football teams of the doing low mnu without nny provocation. trr. Mr. Goocli was a man who was of tho irttm. reo4 Ivr f J VilUtKY CO. Tomla. O try. Both of these boys nro of Ijoxingtmt in appreciation During the November term of cirPahj br ill Drurruu. tic as well in their studies ns they are cuit court it wns with difficulty thnt loved nnd respected by all who knew cood the Agricultural school hns I Ail IIAU'i I Amur PIIM " mMttpilloa. in nthlctics, u combination thnt is him, and was honest nnd reliable in l(no them. You want the nest policy when ho wns restrained by Sheriff not always found. every way. Too much cannot bo said The people of our town had quite you Insure. See Fish & Bromley. from cutting a man nnmed in regunl to the loss of n man like a treat on last Saturday night when Stanford, Ky. Insure everything. Young, in the court house, while a To Open Sewing Machine Store him. Much sympathy is felt for his For Sale. Well broke, year old Middlebiirg High School came the few iluys ngo he attempted to shoot T. E. .Miracle, who has represent' Charles Lutes, a neighbor with u young wife und two children who over and plnyed "The Turn of the bird dog; guaranteed to bo all right. A. E. pit tin- - Sin-ji- 0 Scuinir Machine Cjm shot gun. It was this trouble thnt arc almost prostrated with grief. . Tide". The play wns interesting nnd Call at Morgan's store. -n May the merciful God on High 02.3 1" beginning to end and Grimes, R. F. D. No. 1 puny ut Liberty for several years, brought Bough's mental condition amusing from A splendid selection of watches is moving to btuntord iiiul will open into question. Mr. Lutes swore out help tho young widow to raise little nil enjoyed it. Miss Russell, Vho is u teacher in tho high scruol at clocks, jewelry etc., for Xmas pres- up u store here for the sale of ma a warrant for his arrest nnd nt the Berta and Bessie to live for God that they may see "Papa" again. 02-t- f. js to bo congratulated ents nt AIucllcr'H. .Middlebiirg Mr. Miracle trial Thursday chines und supplies. it was determined Funeral services were again held on her benutiful alto voice und splcn As un inducement for tho girls will move here with his family nnd thnt a sanitarium wus tho proper by Pro., Couch nt tho Christian c who are working hard, wo will cive .will undoubtedly tind a good open place for him. on the puino. liu pcriormnnce indictment An Sunday, Nov. 25 and inextend Prof. Ada urn and his team a bonus voto of C.OOU votes for ov- nig here for his business. brought nt the lust session of the church on paid on accounts ut this store terment was in the Gooch cemetery. Another warm welcome to our town en $1 grand jury for false swearing is now 05-Sntn RobintKin. All that loving hands could do by COMMISSIONER'S SALE and assure him a good crowd. resting against Bnugh, but it is not Ladies, do not fail to attend friends nnd relatives was done and Mr. Italdirln and wife, of Spokane likely that he will have to face u window sale on Saturday tlie body was laid to rest to await Robot t Hubble ct al. pluiutiiTs vs Vash., are visiting the family of Mr. Warner's jury ns consequence of it. However nftornoon. Dee. 11. Hcautiful hand .J.'L. Tati'ncr. Mr. Baldwin is n real imitited china, pastel pictures und Wnlkcr Hubble, defendant: Notiiec the indictment is merely tiled awny that great resurrection morning, of Sale. when all the dead in Christ shall estate mnu of Smknnc nnd has gome mauv prettv articles will be on dis Pursuant to u judgment of the and should be dismissed at nny time arise. A. FRIEND. 07-- 2 jjood propositions to offer some one, iilnv. Mrs. W. K. Warner. Lincoln circuit court, rendered ot its from the sanitarium, it will be who wants to invest money in land Cummins & Wcuien nro dissolv NoVeUiber teilu, 2012, in the uctiuii optional Vs it ii the Common-wealt- h Foils a Foul Plot ing partnership and are slaughtering nbovo styled, the undersigned Com iq (he fv. ns to a trial for the charge. When a shameful plot exists beMrs. Geo. l.ay, who has been sick prices. missioner will, on Monday, Decemtween liver und bowels to cause dissold bis house and ber 9th. 1912 (Comity Court Duy) Hill .Jennings tor several days is soinowlmt nn RECORD SALE tress by refusing to act, take Dr. lo ut Morcland to ,1. T. Hubbard at about 1:30 o'clock P. M., stan proved at Ibis time. King's New Life Fills, and end such dard time, offer for sale at public To Be Mis Isabclle Iteynolds, the nttrae for V.HI0. on By Merchant at Lan- abuse of your system. They gently Put For the next ten diivs onlv we will outcry to tho highest and best bid live daughter of Mr. and Mrs. (ompel light uction ot stomach, livcaster Next Week. Iteynolds, who is attending sell clothing and overcoats ut cost der the following described parcels er nnd bowels, and restore your of laud in Lincoln count)', Ky., near Sam Robinson. vehool in Stanford sent Thnnksgiv Marshall D. Motley, who put on health and nil good feelings. 25c ut presents nt Far' Turncrsville, nnd on tho Turners- Select your Xmas ing with her hnmefolks. villo nnd McKinucy turnpike: the big snle for Hughes Martin & nil druggists. . 07-Mrs Mark Singleton him returned ris. First tract. Beginning on a stono Co., here several months ugo, Use the books by Geo. O. Barnes, in (.cxinglon to home from a NO REASON TO DOUBT corner to Smith nnd George Alford. brought nn order to the I. J. this Kviuigelist for Xmas gifts: Beray-sheet- h thence S 33 2 Sier sister, Mrs. Walter Goode. W 120 poles 10 week 15,000 doublo page f.ize for i Xmas price 75 cents. Anglo links to n sugar tree, Alfred Morris' A Statement of Facts Backed By a IsTael lectures 7.V. Older from Mrs, corner; thence S 03 4 E 71 poies bills for u Ijiiieasler firm, which Waynesbura Strong Guarantee. will have one of the biggest sales ev13 links to an elm Smith and Morij'he supiH-- r given by (he Knights Mnry B. Craig, Stanford, Ky. 07 Adwrtisers crowded out it num ns' corner; thenco S 8 4 F, HI er seen in that little city. It We guarantee compete relief to the Maccabees, Thanksgiving ber )f good news- ilem.s and letters, poles' lf links to stake in G. G. the I. J.'s fast Miehle press all of all sufferers from constipation. In "was well attended with lots of good Campbell's line: thence his lino S Thursday to run them off. so thnt an . ... .. . which will appear in the double issue where we fail we will sup(lungs (o eai. Male (oimnumlcr 10 2 W 62 poles to u stone Smith extra sheet could not be issued for eery ciise I Mile Elkin, of Lexington, was pres- next uesibiy. N 1 2 W 00 poles toilny'n paper, hence the contraction ply the medicine free. corner, thenco County Rexall Orderlies are a gentle, efent nnd after the supper gave a very Garnrd this candidates got busyWalin 21 links to tho beginning, containing of space owing to u heavy ruu of week. Green Clay fective, dependable and safe bowel G5 acres 2 roods and 10 poles of interesting talk, hveryonc present advertising. An eight page isue regulator, strengihener G. It. Suinebroad announcnnd tonic. ker bind. seemed to have enjoyed being there, ed and nature's functions as candidates for county uttor-ne- y ut n will be given sobsCribeis Tuesd ly They Second tract Mr. II. II. Caldwell, wife nnd little nnd John M. Farm, as n candi- stone in the gate corner to --VI ford however, which will contain the an in it quiel, eusv way. They do not laughter., Ewi Cmrto and Rachel, date for to the legisla- und Smith, thence S 24 E 3o poles 7 ununcement of the tremendous bar- cuiise nny iiicutieiiicncc, griping or II. L. Ilumasi wife and little daugh- ture. links to n stone, thence up the gains which the Lancaster firm will nausea. They are so pleasant to Saturday ter, Tlielma returiietl Services at the Presbyterian branch to a stonu corner to Smith, stnrt next Wednesday. Mr. Motley take and work so easily that they from a visit to lelatives in Spiin; E 4 ioles to n stone who will conduct the sale, has made may be takfii b yunyone nt nny time church Sunday Dec. 8. Bible school thence S 711 Campbell, thence N 72 4 n reputation as the most successful They thoroughly tone up the whole field, Mo. nt 0:30, Morning service 11 o'clock. coiner to Mr. Roy Singleton is clerking in Subject "The Child nod the Church" E IS poles 3 links to u stone, thenco sales manager who ever operated in system to healthy activity. N 10 W 17 poles I link to a stone, Rexall Urdeilies aie unsurpassathe store for A. L. Foster. Young People service (i:.'IO P. M. poles 13 links to a this section of the state. ble mid ideal for the use of children Mrs. C (J. Caldwell is crv ill at Evening service t 7 o'clock. Sub- N 74 4 E 25 btono in tho lane; thence X 24 W CO old folks und delicate persons. We his writing. Dolls! Dolls! Dolls! ject "First Corinthians." Holes 10 links to u stone in Hubblo's cannot too highly recommend to till Muster llollis KcviioliU is ill of fl The ladies of the Presbyterian line; thence X 70 2 W 18 poles The Ladies' Aid Society, of the sufferer, from nny form of conpneumonia. chinch will hold their annual bazaar links to a black walnut, thenco K iiiribuaii.cnuicii wisli lo cull yout stipation and its attendant evils. Mr. W. Singleton is carrying the nnd exchange nt the State Bank 70 2 W 30 poles 11 links to tho attention to doll bazaar on Sat- Two sizes, 10c and 25c. Remember mail on Itoute .'1 while Mr. .1. II. building on Friday, Dec. 13.. Tho beginning containing 23 4 acres urday. Dec. our 14, in J. L. Beaztey's ou can obtuiu Rexall Orderlies hi of laud. - jtic!:. Acloti salo will begin ut one oclock, oysThiid tract Beginning nt a black stote room. All of the dolls will be this community only nt our store Miss Mubel Gooch came up from ter Minp. coffee nnd sandwiches will walnut, Hubble und MeCownu cor- on exhibition Thursday, Dec. 12. We The Rexnll Store, Penny's Drug 'Somerset to see her grandfather, W. be served during (he evening. All ner, thence their line S 07 2 E IS will aUo have many baud made ar- Store. .1). Gooch, who is ill. 00-t- f. are invited. poles IS links to n stone Hubble and ticles: suitnble for Xmas indents. Mrs. W. I). Sims of Somerset, is COMMISSIONER'S SALE. MeCowuns corner in Martin hue; Mothers', bring your children let iit the bedside of her mother, Mrs. To The Members of The t bonce W. C. Pettus etc.. plaintitfs vs Martin's lino N 22 W 40 them select their dolls. A cup of C. 0. Caldwell. Crab Orchard Church poles ,'i links to stone Martin's cor hot chocolate will be served till who L. A. Pettus, etc., Defendants. No-liof sulc. Mrs. Mack McKinzic, who has W 12 ner nnd Kriigcr's There will be u meeting next Sun- poles fi links to line S 70 2 In obedience to a judgment of tho stone Kmger nnd who come to our sale. lieen at the bedside of her father, day morning ut 10:1. to dike uction Lincoln circuit court, rendered nt AV. P. returned to her home on the ifsignntioii of the pnslor. McCowun coiner, thence u now lino PARISIAN SAGE STOPS its November, 1012 term in above S CI W 32 poles to the branch it Danville Sunday. Eveiv member urged to be present. roud, DANDRUFF AND HAIR LOSS styled case, tho undersigned comthence up the branch S 10 L Messrs. Melviu Caldwell, Hoy nnd J. B. Willis, Chairman. missioner will on 22 Kles 22 links to u stone in the Oliver Singleton attended church at MONDAY. DEC. 9, 1912. 31 This Great Hair Tonic, Grower and rond and branch, thence S 73 Cupid's Capers Kulmnk Sunday. (county court day) nt about 1:30 poles 11 links to tho beginning, conBeautifier now Sold all Over r.ooiiMiil Itev. O. L. Minks will preach at Miirlln. n ncomiiient taining 7 acres 3 roods, 30 poles of o'clock nt tho court houso door in America. the Baptist church Sunday. Stanford. Ky., offer for sale nt young fitimer, and Miss Henrietta lands. public outcry to the highest and Miss Maniio Singleton of Pleasant Bailey, an attractive and accomTerms Said sale will bo made on y The Giroux Miiiiufiictiiring T'oint.visiled her sister, Mrs, Urban plished young school teacher were ii credit of six months, and the purof Buffalo. N. V. American best bidder the following real esKiiiKletou last week. married at the home of Rev. J. G. chaser will be required to execute makers of PARISIAN SAGE, huve tate: A Misses Julia Record and Sarah Livingston, by him. Both reside in bond with approved personal secur- authorized G. L. Penny to refund Ky.. house and lot in Crab Orchard. sit tinted on Main or Stanford ity for the purchase price, payable the price to nny purchaser Smith n ro visiting Miss Annie Dale Hie East End of Lincoln. if PAR- street, bounded by lands of John Commissioner, ISIAN SAOE doe to tho undersigned not bunish dan- Riddle. A. Davis. Lyne nnd Stan-foi- d Miss Eunice Eurp daughter of A. nnd bearing interest at the rate of ui Lexington. Mr. V. S. Denson has been ill of J, Eurp, of Winchester, formofly of six per tent per nnniim from day druff, stop fulling and splitting huir 2 sheets, containing acre, tienrt trouble for several days. Stnnford was married there Thus-da- y of salo: nnd n lien will bo reserved nml sculp itch. inoio or less. But PARISIAN SAOE will do Mr. Pinto Moore and Miss Laura Said sale to bo made on credit of to George I, Nen I ,of Hunting- m the laud to secure tho payment Padgett drovo to Stanford nnd were ton, W. Vu. of said bond, nnd sumo shall have more. It will promote n new growth six months, purchaser to execute of huir if the hair root is not ulrcudy bond with upproved security bearing mndo one Thanksgiving. Harvey Hurtles nnd Miss Auda B. the force nnd effect of a judgment. dead and will preserve the natural 0 per cent interest from date of sale Witiicss my hand, this Nov, 21. Please remember the legulnr meet- Miracle, were united in wedlock's isolor of the huir. until paid; having force and effect E. D. Pennlnaton. 1012. ing of the Aid Society of the Chris- holy bonds at Liberty this week. The Hl-It puts (he riidiunco of sunshine ot judgment van nen reiainca ou M.C.L.C.C. ir tian church Snttirday afternoon nt groom Is a prominent young Casey Purchaser must execute bonds as into the hair nnd makes it bountiful property, sold until payment of said 2 o'clock in the lecturo room. All fanner .while the bride is the at- soon ns saleis over, or the property nml good to look upon. Women who loud This Nov. 22. 1012. members earnestly requested to bo tractive daughter of Mr. ami Mrs. T. will bo immediately put up arid E. D.' Pennington. f. use it once' throw aside nil others K. Mirncl.- present. 50 cants lit nil dealer- -. M,. 9; L. C. C. , 2. -- is Again Enforced By Fine in Judfo Bailey's tourt. That tho teachers nnd board ot commissioners of Lincoln county nro determined to enforco tho compulsory cducntionol law is evidenced by the activity of all parties whoso duty it is to look into such matters. Tho board is composed of Messrs. Win. Mnlheny and Win. Landgrnf, of me southern part of tho county. Geo. W. Hunn, of Morcland nnd Green McMullin, of the Wnyncsburg section. On Tuesdny Superintendent Singleton, chairman of the board wns notified1 by E. J. Bennett, teach er ot tlie Ureen river school, that the son of Snmuel Yoeuin wns not attending school and asked to hnvo tho matter looked into. Tho parent wns notified to appear before Judgo Bailey hero Thursday and at tho trial Yoeuin stated that ho had started the boy to school somo time ngo, but that his nlaymates teemed too rough nnd ho had taken him nut. He did not claim that hU boy had been badly treated, and Judge Bailey nRsessed a fine of $5 ngainst him und the urchin wns ordered back to school. Boston Lyrics Please Everyone who remained away from the opera house Tuesdny evening missed one of the best attractions thnt will bo seen hero this season. The Boston Lyrics, the third number on the lyccuiu program was the anil , tho entertainment attraction, they gnve delighted nil who, heard (hem. Tho next lycoum number will bo tho Musical Favorites on Jan. 28 Jiext. This is tho number which pleas- od everyone so well Inst season that it wns secured rignin with a new program. Thoso necessary out buildings. Blood Poison Threatened "" 00-ya- rd 2. lf p. . Hester, the well known King's Mountain nicrlicant and politician, is in u rather serious condition ns the result of a threatened case of blood oisou. Several weck ago his foot began to give him slight pain but he gave little attention to it. thinking it would wear off. Tho member began to swell n few days ugo, however, nnd in 48 hours hnd turned almost black. Mr. Hester ulanned and left Tuesdny for Lexington to consult a specialist. Mis many friendg here and elsewhere hope to hear good news from the result of his treatment nnd will be glnd when he is nble to return to his borne, restored to health. be-en- Daniel liii -- Mo-Cur- ly I 2. "Big Foot John" Gets in Bad John Kennedy, of color, bettor known ns "big foot", had his examining trial before County Judge Bailey yesterday morning vm the charge of stealing a pocket book containing about $3 from Mrs. Muggio Newby, a domestic ut the Coffey House. Tho "lady caught Kennedy coming out of her room Wednesday morning nnd lutcr in tho duy missed her pocket book and swore out a warrant for the Ncgo's arrest. Ho could not give the court u. satisfactory reason for being in the room and the Judge held him over to the grand jury in the sum of .$100,.- in fault of which he went to jail. Kennedy hns served one term in the penitentiary for stealing. Opera House Gets Fine Film Service Tho mnnagement of the opera bouse has just closed a deal with the Mutual Film Co., of Cincinnati, the largest lilm renting house in tb middle west to furnish pictures here Friday und Saturday nights. This i3 a new company having been organized only lust spring nnd therefore their servieo is practically new. Tho patrons of this theatre may rest assure that they will not be interrupted nny more by reels breaking in twd. which often causes tho nudi-enc- e to lose the connection of the picture. This will ,bo a decided advancement in service for Stanford us this company is 'said to bo the best going. They will feature n "101 Bison" picture each week which is beyond doubt the best company pro-- , diicing Western films. "Custer's Last Fight" said to be tho bigKest and iiio?: extravigant feature ever mnde will be run here nt nn early date. ly Ed--g- ar 2. iit Hustonville The ladies of the C. W. B. ML wiU hold their annual open session at the Christian church Sunday evening at 7 o'clock. One of the features of the program will be the Violin solos by Mrs. Allen Burris, who is an artist of grent ability. The honor roll of the Hustonvillo graded school for the month of November is as follows: Blanche Barnett, Zula Ends, Ma-liuNave. Mamie North, Ola Williams, Q, V. Lyons, Ernest Ford Motion Lipps, Wnlter Moscr, Flor- - j ence North, Onitu Shumakcr Roberta Blaiu Maggie Allen Susan Blab, Ella Rigney, Virginin Grubbs, Sara Heck, Charles Pipes John Hocker, Francis Depp, Elizabeth Evans Ollie ' da Grubbs. ' 1 3-- a 3-- tk Mr. and Mrs. Richnrd Hester attended the funeral of the, letter's grandmother, Hrs. Maurico Murphy, at King's Mountnin Tuesdny. .at.. 1-- 1-- Bee-innin- 1- -2 3-- 3-- 1-- 3-- i- 1-- eu 1-- -- 1- -2 Coin-pun- 1-- Ul-Jt- Holiday Opening, Dec. II, 1912 Everything new from everywhere. Silver deposit ware, ivory art ware. cut glass, Indian toilet sets, manicure sets, shaving sets, COMMISSIONER'S SALE. Persian ivory, hammered brass) pictures and pictuiu frames, hand, paint Lincoln Co. Court. SIvester Newton, in his own ed clunn. Parker's lucky curve foun- right and as surviving partner of .tain pens, silverware, Gillette and partuership firm of Newton Bros., minium Duplex satoty razors, nnd ns administrator of Abraham Gauss shears, gift story books ol Nowton. deceased, Plaintiff vs Margaret Nowton, etc.. Defendants. No- fiction. Jewelry, and every piece absolutely, guaranteed, box paper, tice of sale. In nhldintlpn in n liltfrmnnt ran- - perfumes Lowney's und Nynl cho- dercd at the November term of 1012J toIyte '"""', l"Is. cigurs, dolls, Don t buy until in tho Lincoln Circuit Courv, in above I to's nnu games. styled action, the undersigned com you see our line. Reynolds & Ev ans, Junction City, Ky. uiissioner will. 011 MONDAY. DEC. 0, 1912, County Court day, at about 1:30 How to Succeed oclock P. M. Standard time, at During the last few years, condi-io- ns court house door in Stanford, Ky.. in all lines of business, every offer for sale at public outcry to the highest and best bidder, the fol- professional life, have changed so lowing described real estute in Hus- completely that every man is waking tonville, Lincoln county, situated on up to the fact that in order to win the north east corner of Main and success he must specialize and learn to do some one thing and do it well. Dniivillo streets: Beginning on Main street, Bishop So it is with any nrticle that is corner, thenco S 77 W 88 feet to sold to the people, tl must have corner on Danville street, theuce N genuine merit or no amount of ad15 W 175 feet to Hocker corner, vertising will maintain the demand thence N 7 E 95 feet to Hocker and for the nrticle. Bishop corner, thence S 13 2 E For many years we have watched 175 feet to tho beginning. This with much interest the remarkable property wns convoyed to Abraham record maintained by Dr. Kilmers und Sylvester Newton in deed book Swamp-Roo- t, the great Kidney, Liv3H, pages 111 and 410 and deed er and Bladder Remedy. From tbe book 31, page 100, Lincoln county wry beginning the proprietors had court clerk's office. so much confidence in it that they Said property will be sold on u invited every one to test it. free of credit of six and twelve months, the cost, before purchasing. purchaser to execute bonds with It is ii physician's prescription. security bearing interest at They have file thousands of per cent per annum from date of letters receivedonfrom former suffer0 snlo until paid, having the force and ers who are now enjoying good"' effect of a judgment nnd retaining health as a result of its use. n lieu on said property until the purHowever if you wish first to try chase money is paid. Witness my a sample bottle, address Dr. Kilmer hand. Nov. 22. 1012. & Co., Bingbanitoiv N. Y, nnd .menE. D. Pennington. f. Thev will gladly M. C. L. C. C. tion thtsi paper. Pnrchneor must execute bonds as forward youn,sampl6 IjottJeby, mail- soon' ns sate is over, or tho property absolutely free. Regular sizes- for sale at. all drug- - , will be immediately put up and gists 50 cents hnd $1, (Adv)' bric-a-bra- c; 1-04-it- ... re-ol- d. - V- - - . I1 IwJ t'J r ! - TM LITEM H JgJIWjU STANFSRt. KENTUCKY. FIHMY, ItOCIItHJUtj Cummins & Wearen Dissolve Partnership Having decided to dissolve partnership, we will close out our entire stock of Clothing, Shoes, Furnishings, Hats, Rubbers, Rubber Boots, etc, at and below cost. NOTHING IN STOCK WILL BE RESERVED. Don't miss this opportunity, as this is no fake sale, but a fcen- uine closing out sale, where you can buy your winter needs at actual cost, and some goods below cost. We have a full line of Hart, Shaf fner & Marx all wool suits and overcoats. Come in and get first pick. Thanking all our friends 'for We are very respectfully, past favors, ;it STANFORD, CUMMINS & WEAREN 1 KENTUCKY A CHECK BOOK The 6HELT0N 1A Dry Feet Your old shoes have been waterproof all this dusty fall but they wont do now. You must put on good ones made all of Interior Journal. m Ji. BADFLEI. STRICTLT .FnprUtor IN ADVANCE vv a Reports lmo been cnllcd for from both stnto and nntiounl banks as Xov. 2Gth. Reports from Lincoln rounty banks will published is nrst Tuesday's issuo if they reach tins office m time. 1 Enltrrd at tho pottoffeo at Stanford at clan malt matttr Stockholders' Meeting. when you can have, without expense, Is easier to carry than a wallet filled with currency, silver or gold. It adds dignity to your transactions and gives much satisfaction. Checks arc of no value except to person in whose favor drawn. Can you afford to keep your money at home or in your pocket, a Check boek on this strong bank? Political Announcements The announcrmtnti In Ihli column ar ot candldatta for otllce, lubjrtt lo lha action of No announctmcaii the Democratic primary will ba made, nnlcaa paid for In adranct: For Ktptfttntatire. VIKUlLi UcMULLlN. Tar Shfrif B. W. GXVEN8 i. U. WEAT1IEKFORD T. J. HILL tor Count Judjt T. A. ftlCE U. F. NORTH For JaiXtr PEYTON PAKRIBII GEOKOE DEBOKDE DINK FARMER WILLIAM XL IIE8TXB W. A. CARSON are actually weak, rundown they are slowly deteriorating they need & shoe on earth, in Tan'and Black at $3.50; in Black or Sjp'oke Color at $4.00, $5.00 and $7.50. These are the nearest waterproof shoes that can be iade out of leather. 1:op "Menzies" Then we show a 16-iriTan, 'and a corking good one, at $6.50.. Wp atone 'sell the 'celebrated "With 'Eli' '"Shoe 'at $7.r50 and Sl'O.OO. The old Honest Mike Boot .and 'Shoe are 'aV ?dod ae ever, and we alone sell iA- ,cUi ch - tho VERY BEST LEATHER 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 Shoe to a $10.00 Witch Elk, is guaranteed ALL LEATHER. We offer a line, of Work Shoes that we believe are unequaled an this section. A line at $1.75,. $2.00 ahd $2.50 as solid as a bone. Then comes "Menzies," the BEST work LEATHERr-of U. B. UAUU1IMAN strength and nourishment for body and brain. Scott's Emulsion corrects nervousness it is essentially a food a concentrated, nourishing, curative food to restore the healthy action of body cella, fortify the blood, sharpen the Tho annual mcctinc of tho Stockholders of tho First Kntional Hunk, of Stanford. Ky., to elect directors for tho j car 1U13, will bo held at it banking office tho second Tuesday in Jnnunry 1013. II. C. Ilnugh- - Lincoln County National Bank Cnpitnl $100,000 Surplus $100,100.00 Corner Next to Courthouse. W. II. SHANKS, Pres. W. M. imiGHTy Cash. Stanford, Ky. Hcsourcos $500,000 man, Cashier. 07-- 9. J. Stockholder's Meeting. The annual meeting of tho shareholders of the Lincoln County National Dank, of Stanford, Ky. to elect directors for the year 1013 will bo held nt its banking office tho sec ond Tuesday in January. 1013. W. 97-M. Bright, Cashier. 0. II. I'AXTON, V. Prcs. J. W. ROCHESTER, Aes't Ca.h ,. . appetite, make atrengtb, health, energy and vigor. As pure as milk, it is readily assimilated nourishes every organ and every tissue. Physicians everywhere recoaa-men- d Scerf'a Emmisitt with j . Far Amour P. L. BECK 8. M. OWENS B. H. BRONAUOH P. 8ANDID0K J. B. BOONE C The Wide-Awak- e a W. T. QARNBB LAFB MOBOAJi WM a LONG J T GRIFFIN , Morris Taylor visited tho fair sex a.fc day? ago. Mr. W. R. 'Brown and family, of Ottowa visited Tdr.and Mrs. W. E. Taylor last Sunday. Mr. Sam Proctor says that bells will soon ring in this vicinity. r.i-Spira ng Could Shout for Joy "I want to thank you from the Mrs. David Proctor still remains bottom of my heart," wrote C. B. in- very bad health. Under, of Lcwisbunr, W. Va., "for Mr. J. R. Taylor and family visit- the wonderful double benefit I got from Electric Bitters, in curing me ed W. E. Taylor last Sunday. lee Lick The protracted meeting closed at at the Bethel church last Tuesday night. "We certainly had. a fine meeting held by Eev. Hubbard, of Stan - absolute confidence ia its beneficial results. Don't wak start now, but assist oat SCQTTS. C N mlcohol or thmgt, Scott Moreland Mrs. Priscilla Brown left lasfc Monday to spend tho winter with her sou, Mr. W. B. Boyd, at Yuma, An. She had her Interior Journal renewed and sent to that place. Sbe says it will be like a letter from home. People ARE LOOKING FOR SOMETHING WE HAVE IT IN LADIES' COAT SUITS. AND MISSES' COATS AND SO COME AND TAKE A LOOK. a Bowwa. taoaaSrid. H. J. 1MI ford. Sanfley. There, will be .'praier iSMeiing at the Logan's 'creek church Tuesday WVare expecting a large of both a severe case of stomach trouble and of rheumatism, from which I had been an almost helpless sufferer for ten years. It suit ed my case as tboueh mnde just for me." For dyspepsia, indigestion; jaundice and to rid the system of kidney poisons that cause rheuma"Mr. Earl Bell has the spinal mentism, Electri&Bitters have no, super,, , , , , ior. Try them. . Every . bottle is ingitis. Mrs, John Myers has otta quite guaanteed to satisfy. Only 50cts at ,t all drnagisls. , IIus-tonvil- le. Mr. Walter Moscr spent Thanksgiving holidays with Mr. and Mrs. William Short at Maddleburg. Dr. and Mrs. M. Lee Pipes and son, James returned home Sunday from a visit in Texas and other western points. Rev. Pollet, ,of Lancaster, began Monday night ith Rev. Enos Wag ner a rcvinl at the Methodist church, it will continue about two weeks. Miss Lelin Bell Jones spent last week with Mrs. John Riffe at L.L. , Crab Orchard, Ky. War 00 9risi rn ,n - ,krf nn rl1 t( I them. nht crowd."' Seewhatweliive tefore you 'decide r K H.J,McRoberts STiFO'RD, KENTUCKY Li' ;. Blizzard Fronts, Lap Robes, Horse Blankets, Foot Warmers and Heating Stoves are in demand now. Call and see us. Everybody is gathering corn on account of a (rood .showec of rain. s; rs. "Lowell, whp,is"knpwy f, Gntuuma, Lowell, ,,in tnis, part ox tne country has been very ill, but is thought to be improving. Mr. Jesse Daugherty has been very low ith the typhoid fever oat, is impving. Mr. Rambo, of the Maywood section, who got his hand hurt a few days ago, is improving. Mrs. Willis Adams has been on the sick list for a few days, but is better. Mr. and Mrs. Ware Adams, were called from Somerset to the bedside of his sick mother, but returned home today. Mr. Jackson Daugherty who was here on a short visit from Somerset has returned home. The committee met at the Logan's creek church house Thursday morning to remove the old roof and put the new one on, but on account of the rain thoy decided to wait until weather faired up. Arabia Miss Lake Carter delightfully entertained a few of her friends at her with a home Sunday afternoon .it ."-- ,. wky wobms aJaiaMtr wmd uartajav., ImwiIim tai WUTwV&WVil paWMUreMre.Mtttl . atrmitfctwey, ja d, like Iriai amam taro4teat Had mwm L- .- a nt tm ti.iM (a anaaa datMt a Ik BOtal waawv riTbU is Why Have awnam aMoatrettable awvoaaasM. "Wex-rea?-" IA OS PRICES. H a V Ire, weau arUr woasalr ottua, rtteaateaUr. 0eUia4 auf t be wroM with tka M ? but sit the time the real ,rofcle ""jf of tea the teat ol the tuSeuUy U bera out la bum The duorder and inlaav maw a&ould take ntioaal treataeat for its cure. ahouldlocal treated tteadily aad be atatioa of the delicate apecial orfaoa ol the tea y, eet yy$m ? fd Dr. PUroe, during lost period of practice t fouaa that pftaenplion made froa aediciaal cztracuoi native imli. without the uie ot alcohol, relieved over 90 per ecat. ol iuch case. After uain( this remedy (or many yeara in hit private practice he put it up in lora oi Dr. Pierce' Favorite Preacriptioa, that would make it easily procurable, and it can be had at any (tore where nedicinei are handled. Mas. Liu. B. rUwaiss, of Zeus, Va., writes: " I had been falling In health for two yeara most of the time was not ablo to attend to my household duties. Fcmalo weakness was my troublo and 1 was getting very had but, thanks to Doctor Vlerce's medicines, I am well and strong again. I took only threo lottle of I avpr Ito Proscription,' and used the ' Lotion Tablets.' 1 havo nothing but pralso for Doctor Pierce's wonderful medicines." TAKE DR. PIERCE'S PLEASANT PELLETS FOR UVfiR ILLS. We now find ouricl tc oventbded oh Suits aiid overcoats, mnd for the next 10 days' only we will sell them at cost and under cost. Sam Robinson Shoes for Service Remember, we carry a full line of Barker fchoes for Men and Boys-t- he best shoe made for hard wear. Furniture EOS DRESSERS STANDS. DINING singing. Those who wore present were Miss Selba Johnson, Miss Myrtle Montgomery. Miss Lake Carter, Mr. Forest Wilcher, Mr. Willie Lucas, Mr Walton Johnson, and Mr. Logan Johnsoa. M. Gay Snow is building a new house. Mrs, Hayden Reynolds and children, of Waynesbnrg, visited her " parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Snow g Sunday. Miss Pearl Kknble is staving with k. Wk "Slag, DaaTOIe. Ky., Jndg Awty StNt Ja $ Talk with sae about yaar fire and Mrs. Katherine Smith- X. M.HMHi tka Life and Tire life insurance. H. M. JEWLND. Dro. Couch filled his appointment icita aMt bM, willMonday is at this place Sunday afternoon. tka ahw m LOOK HERE!! Mrs. W. J. Montgomery and Mrs. day, 1W3. Jaaaary To will sell Edison wax cylinder Myrtle visited the former's mother, riSfWIS PriMI ' Ml farfM Ue W baai au basis records as Jong aa our supply lasts Mrs. A. J. Reynolds, of Waynesbnrg Saturday and Sunday. Mr. Logan Uaa taas fear at tae following list, prices: e tsw is Standard (two-ainuK.21e each Johnson called on Miss Birdie Wall ' liWrol (foui-mnntafternoon. owU'sJ, Aa WB, flic 'each Sunday W. C. TooHkhs and family have Irecaatl) mored to McKiaaey. Mi taaa 1st Ky. . Log aa Are., MATTRESSES. SPRINGS COMFORTS. TRUNKS. SUIT CASES. COUCHES. W.H.Higgins Stanford, Ky. to-tw- M TAILES. BLANKETS, LACE CURTAINS. DAVENPORTS. PARLOR TAILES. LIIRARY TAILES. UFFETS. SIDEIOAROS. CHINA I00K CASES MIRRORS. GO CARTS. SEWING MACHINES, SHADES. LINOLEUMS. OIL CLOTH. !i ttf Mt CAIINETS. CARPETS. RUGS. MATTINGS. PICTURES MISCELLANEOUS. W. E. PERKINS Crab Orchard, Ky FIJLB INSURANCE aW aUlLETY QNDt mj mwtmi m irbMar awmm i tor bMBMWaa. ra4 kaai Mm aaitka aurtal, oil ata aaH DINING CHAIRS. ROCKERS. Ibhnm M sl W .AJribble smiUaC Uer itotMtoPtmmH. Ml t f ' figft 1 - Fall Md WWv.SwWuh. jot fit e) 8Uai lr. iLlaLOWLAXD, , iajaUa M aa la m. mr nnmn 4mmt autaa tCSai,""l'LaTa Em bm taka an. Oaaw m aaa M tart a bmt i aa a yaw Kb c 9rim, ru ZjKU sr vu v 3r WtfWqtflX' -- qilal' W? T y 33Kltln)H . .. i ww m-kiki- i k tl Mil - .8 few a A ikViit lJfMK w wmYPi JJ)I JJr t i wl tr iSf m Mr. H. D. Middleton. of Iime-ton- . won the miest of Mrs. W. S. Dcnhnm ecrnl davs thu week. Mrs. Jnno Logan, who linn been nick for several days is much bet tcr. Miss Annie llronniigh of Crnb Orchard, Rpent scvcrnl days with Mrs. J. Ft Holdnm this week. Mrs. Roberts, of IJrodlieiwl is here visiting her sister, Mrs. L. 1$. Highland The recent rains linvo put tobneco in cood condition to handle, nnd the 70 Yeah withCoughs X li . - . A' t I We have hid seventy- years -.of experience with Avert Christmas Goods. We have on display a pretty line of articles for gilts. Japanese Baskets, 50c to $3.00. Sewing Sets, 10c to 50c. Jewel Boxes, 25c to $1.00. Shaving Pads, 10c, Glove Boxes, Handkerchief Boxes, Pin Cushions, Hat Pin Holders, Hair Receivers, Nail jyiles, Shoe Buttoners, Pin Trays, Etc. Neatest line of Handkerchiefs we have ever shown. Come to the big sale and buy your Christmas needs, too. We had a big crowd on opening day. Hundreds took advantage of the cut prices on Cloaks, Suits and Dresses. Cherry Pectoral!. slakes us have great confi cknee in it for cough, colds, This Rami BakingPowder uLpjM ABSoiateorPore, a No Alum Mo f farmers nro busy stripping out their crops. C. W. Dtinlap hns gone to Dry ltidge, Ky., to attend his mother's funeral. She died Inst Snturdny. A party of joung people, from this place, nttended n singing nt Chestnut ltidge Inst Sunday. They One ot Ayer's Pills at bedtime will csnse eroduco a wore chaperoned by Mr. nnd Mrs. T. in increned flow or bile ind following. tentle Itxttive effect tbe dir D. Mcllcc! Formula on etch box. Show It to your Mr C. M. Young is building n new doctor. He will undertttnd at a (lioct. I residence When it is completed it Dote, one pill it bedtime, juit one. iimi fcr iam 1. 0. lltU CU Mwtll. Mum. V.lll be "S Of the plcttieil dwellings in illnge. S. Young hns mndc some improvements on his prnjHirty here. Tliotnns Jenkins is slowly improvMr. bronchitis, weak thrbatMnd weak lung. We want you to have confidence In it, as well. Ask your owrt doctor what experience he has had with it He knows. Keep in close touch with him. m I our J. r- W Unto Phowphmtom, ager of the Kentucky Central Insurance has been hero several days from Dnmillc. Miss Mnrv Walden Gooch. of I'nris. who stont Tliankscivinc with Mrs. V. M. Duncan returned home Tuesdny. Key. W". S. Grinstead who has been line at the bedside of his daughter, Mrs. J. IL Harris, who is ill with heart trouble. ,rturned to his home nt London yesterday, Mrs. Harris being improved. Coroner Geo. P. Bright will lenve next week for Phoenix, Ariz., where he will spend the winter with his son, Greenberry Bright, nnd family. Mr. Bright will go liy way of BoliKincaid- -' Mrs. Mary Wdcock and Miss var, Tcnn.. his old home, and will Mary Durban, of Danville, were spend n short time viewing the sito of bis birth nnd scenes familiar to guests of Mrs. E. T. Beailey his boyhood davs. Mrs. Henry Gray, of Pcrryville, has been ibe recent guest of Miss Mary Bruce. , Mr. and Mm. Richard Martin of Iicbnnoa. ,wrc tho c;uests of Mr. and. Mrs. Will Krndy Inst week. Miss Mnrv Warren hnB returned home from Iexincton. where she has been takinc n "business course lit. Smith's Business College. Mrs. J. E. Bock nnd children of Gilbert's Creek have been the recent ouestR of her seolher. Mrs. Mattie Nevins. Messrs. T. M. Haines nnd T. M. Ests, of Leb&noii, were ,hcre sevthis weisk 'with Mr. W. P. eral Personal and Social. Mr. ItoWrt Ilruco returned home n. few M?. Mnck Fisher wns in Danville W'cdnesdny iiftvi spending dnya hi Itichinond with relatives nnd & short time. fiundny afternoon for fnends. Mr. J. 1. MiUu hns been in BrisMr. C. It. Crawford, district mantol, Tcnn. 6ccml dnv this week. 4 .ds 1 Mi. pneumonia. ing from n severe sick spell. Mrr. Williiim W'ude hns been real Mrs. Hlirahth Cuuk is Very sick sitk for evcrnl dnjs, but is better nt this writing. Mr nnd Mrs. Smith Faulkner nnd it this wilting. Mis. Bettio Jones hns been vis son, Iloss, hnvo returned to their ing Mrs. Xnney McKinuey nt home nt Ludlow. K. 0. Bnugh hns returned from Emma mid Dora Monts London, where hu hns been doing gomery were the guests of Jlit service in the federal court. jury Saturday und Richards Zora Bnugh nnd Effic Stella Miss Young visited Miss Lydin McKee, nt Sunday. Mrs. Miittic Vest was tho guest lung's Mountain last Saturday nnd of her mother, Mrs. A. E. Green at Sundny. William Adkins is visiting his MeKinney Thanksgiving. Miss Rose Dunn was in nuston-vill- e wife's grandfather, Rev. J. T. Chns-tcc- n. Saturday. . Miss Walls was tho attractive Miss Luln Decker and children arc Mr. Deck- guest of Mrs, Mnttie Vest. visiting her fnther-in-lnMr. and Mrs. J. II. Williams hava er at McKtnney. Mr. T. H. Butt nnd son, of Crnb returned to their homo at Jacks Orchard, spent Thanksgiving in our boro Tenn. McKinney spent Miss Nnnoy village. A. G. Faulkner nnd sons are run- Thanksgiving with Miss Isabel Rey ning their saw mill regularly now. nolds at McKinney. There will be services at Mt. Salem church noxt Sunday. Rimus Staae Beauties Mr. Homer Dunn is at home for a Look with horror on skin eruptions blotches, sores or pimples. They few days. don't have hem. For all such trou$100 niwAhb bles use Bucklen's Arnica Salve. It Glorifies the face. Will be paid to any person having Excellent for Eczema or Salt Rheum, it cures sore any kind of pain or ache, if Sbipp s ips, chapped hands, chilblains; heaU Quick Relief Liniment foils o Rivp instant relief and the purchase price turns, cuts and brufses. Unsurpassed for piles. 25 cents at all drug- - is not refunded. Try it and see. 50 cents at 'all Druggists,. Kinm. IIus-tonvill- e. Mif-M-- Mt. Salem Cii'oige Jlico is very ill with jl Severance & Son. Missionaries Speaking Here Notwithstanding the rainy weather good crowds have greeted the two missionaries who are sbeakkg at the Christian church each evening. Wednesday night was occubied with a lecture by Mr. .Brooks and Mrs. Mooro with stereopticon views of the conditions on the leading mission funds of thi world. Tonight Mr. Moore will show the pictures again, ns many have expressed a desire to see them. All are cordially invited to attend. Monday is county court day. Bring in that dollar you owe on your subscription. Much as we dislike to do so, Uncle Sam makes us stop papers now when subscriptions expire. ECZEMA? TRY ZEMO Just the Thing for Her Christmas Present We have put on display in our windows the latet things in Stationery, Letter Paper and Ekveloplei. Nothingjnicer can be folind for a Cnrutfcaai Gifl Prices are lower than you will usiialty fiU cbewhere ' M Now For Christmas $XM IHas A --- . w "...ml , Want Cure Can Try H At Cask u BWc Yet 'S, Ufa Tk Relall 4;(i in Store. "'i2i WE SUGGEST EARLY SHOPPING VUby Dc VU kiWV; jitter Srric, a what u iyy faftortyit YOU, WILL HAVE i - Mi i Yes nped do of twoi., try Zert'o.. That's kU od to git ri'd of th worst case Ypn tata Do ttaJBce, k it AjaiiflMaj CfUbHETlMi HAuk 'A'JLM Mh'o krJim. Ul AN UNBROKEN STOCK TO SELECT FROM Buy Now arid Have Delivery Made Whenever You Wish We Believe That We Have the Most Attractive Line vf Goads Ever Shown in This City for the Selection of .rching rmsh, ty guaranteed to t sop W bieedine eczema make a pun- mmm pled taoa KTnonth Ann ffUin. TTT. .. j j t t i. is a wonder and ,th nunht appUed it sinks in, vanishes leaves no evidence, do&n't Uck, n6 greise, jjnst a pure, clean won'derfal liquid an'd it cures. This is guaranteed. Zefefo is put up by the . W. Rose Medicine Co., St. Itanis, Mo., and sold by all druggists throughout Juneri-c- a, and in Stanford 'at Penny's drag 6tore. . . i" tffide Over tiifains' Store ft. v. vv. bk. UhMub W iTmm HULUPt , mtei, t; Old in Age Bnt Modern in Ways HOLIDAY GIFTS THIS IS A BROAD STATEMENT, BUT JUST VISIT OUR STORE AND YOU WILL AGREE WITH US. SPECIAL NOVELTIES IN EVERY LINE OF GOODS. deduced Prices Ready-to-Wcar On Mil Tailored Suits, Dresses Vailored Suits 7?ow at $9.50, Waists. Drives off a Terror of death in months is pneumonia. Its advanco apents are colds and grip. Jn any attack by one of these maladies no time should be lost in taking the best medicinn obtainable to drive it off. Countless thousands have found this to be Dr. "My hus King's New Discovery. band believes it hns kept him from having pneumonia thres or four times," writes Mrs. Qeorgo W. Place Itawsonville, Vt., "and for coughs, colds and croup we have never found its eual." Guaranteed for all bronchial affections. Price 50o and $1. Trial bottle free at all druggists. The chief executioner tho winter and spring The ITRST NATIONAL BANK, of Stanford is the oWwt iasaV tution in this section of the state, having been organized March 9, 1854. A bank to have stood the panics that have occurred in the past 58 years must be all right. This bank today is stronger and better than it ever was. While old in age it is modern in methods. Our patrons, and they are many, will testify to the fact that we take care of then in a manner both pleasing and satisfactory; Tour patronage is respectfully asked. Bemember cmr pledge of courteous treatment and honorable dealings. Our directory includes some of the most prominent business men and fanners in this section of the county. Try us. J. S. HOCKER, Pres. H. C. 1AUCHMAM. Cashier. S. T. HARRIS, Vice Prts., W. W. SAUNDERS, M. J. R. HARRIS. lMkkcBr. fr. down o the lowest We are Determined to cut our stock of point possible before Christmas, so are now offering the entire line at At Cost Nothing season's newest goods. reserved. We need the money and mean business. This is the beet opportunity you will ever have to save money. Strictly a cash preneeMea. Goods charged will be sold at the regular price stock of Dry Goods, Notions, Shoes, Etc, at absolute cost This Monday, Oct 21st, BEGINNING will sell our entire &fr Reductions 3rom jCowest Regular Prices, You can buy themnow just as cheap as you canin January, So why wait? S4.50, SS and $25 BaTaBauVBBBBaEaBBBF1' BaVx BflBrBBaunBnBBBBaY Reduced from $15, $20, $25 and $35. Welsh St Wiseman Co. DANVILLE, KENTUCKY. THERE IS REAL PAINT faff adtad with and also soa cheapening material that k aot worthy of tira nam. If yea kav bad experience with the latter kind you don't want aastfcar. If yoa haven't take ear advice aad doa't Bay 'ew mbI peiaea experiBeat. and save voarseV MpMataMat and BMaeT aa weH. :::::::: h Hughes, Martin & Co. Stanford. Ky. lV iiA.ALLa. ... HnHraMty. "srWrT?liff t "v FRIDAY, 0 1 Bediming WE I; THE INTERIOR JOURNAL STANFFORO. KENTUCKY. ECCMlER t, 1112 Todav and Until Christmas We Offer Our Stock of Suits Txceot Wool e Dresses, Skirts, waists, and Many Cloaks at Prices, Ux) and All To You, Money-SavinCome Quick ! To Us, Money-Losin- g One-Piecg. WANT to crowd six weeks garment selling" into three weeks and have made prices which will induce scores o women to buy Suits and Dresses who had decided they could not afford new garments. Every price reduction' and every garment is new except when otherwise stated. named is bona-fid- e TAILORED SUITS Tliee suits represent the latest model nml best workmanship of pnvernl of Jfew Ytnk's host tniloritig eonteriis. Finest nil wool material., bet linings nnd most popular fabrics and colors. All sizes from 14 to 51 bust. $42.50 Suits, only a few left new price $25. 537.50 Tailored Suits will be $22.50 $32.56 Tailored Suits will be $1975. 527.50 Tailored Suits will be SI 500. $19.75 Tailored Suits will be $1375. t SILK DRESSES We have a good assortment of sites nnd colors left in Chnrmcme, Crepe Jleteor nnd Satin Dresses. Most of these nre high class garments, nnd to close, these out quickly have made prices very low ,i nfact about cost of materials alone. CHINCHILLA COATS $6.75 We have received n big lot or thc new high button Velvet Collar stylo full length Coat made of excellent quality Chinchilla in grey, jut :'. UJtL. win. H m $40.00 Charmcuse and Crepe Dresses will be $22.50 $35 Charmcuse and Crepe Dresses now $17.50, $30 Charmetise Dresses now $15. $18.50 Charmeuse and Satin Dresses $10.75. .: brown, black nnd oxford. Sites for Mistcs nnd Ladies. $0.75, is very low for such quality nnd stjle. The irrice WOOL DRESSES " . $9.75 TAILORED SUITS. The original In thW lot are about 10 suits left from lat Fall. prices were $25, $.10, (KM and $37.(50 nnd nre first class in every partiThe cular except that styles are slightly iliffeient from new ones. skirts nlone nre worth much moro than $0.75. Finest materials, fine.-- l linings nnd finest tniloring, nnd choice for $0.75. ' FINE FURS FOR CHRISTMAS Nothing nt the price makes more fuvs. We nre showing many beautiful fets of lenl.Mink from $42 to $150. Heaver nt $43. Scottish Mole nt $52.50. Jted For t $50. Mack Fox from $20 to $75. Alo many other excellent values in lower price We still have n splendid assortment of wool drosses in many kind of materials nnd nil colors nnd sizes up to 47 bust measure. Wc want to reduce the block nil we jwssihly can by Christmas, so mako very low rrices. $27.50 acceptable presents than fino 1 Finest grade of wool Dresses will be $15 $22.50 Wool $18.50 $15.00 uresses will be $13.95. Wool Dresses reduced to $1175. Wool SHIRT WAISTS We offer choice of our entire line of fine Chiffon waists and Wnists which we have been selling at $5.75 for $3.95. furs. Dresses reduced to $9-5- 0 our prices to be lower thnn you can buy equal qualities any where in the I', s! Money refunded if you can bent uur prices. On nil these rcnl furs wc guarantee $8.75 Wool Dresses reduced to $575. $6.50 Wool Dresses will be $450. PARISIAN IVORY STERLINC SILVER Our DOLLS line of Imported Dressed Dolls is well worth a trip to see. These nre our own direct importation and range in price from 25c to $5 Nothing like them ever seen in Central Kentucky. r TOILET WARE line of Mirrors, and all kinds vf Full lino of Combs, Brushes, MirManicure Pieces. Picture Frames, rors, Frames nnd hundrods of small ans, Puff Boxes, etc., Special set of very large Mirrors, Brush nnd Comb articles in Solid Silver from 25c, to for $5. $15. immense Brushes, Combs, An Christ- ELECTROLIERS We have a very choice line of Qns PLATED SILVER As All kinds in Bakers, SILVERWARE the largest nnd most complete line of high grade Silver Tnblcwnre cur-rii- d Anything in in this section. Silver for (ho tnble from n. Salt Spoon nt J5c to n ten set nt $175, It will alwnys pay you to see our line if you want to he sure. to get I lie right things at right prices. jou douhllcsH know wc carry mas Goods of plated Silver Pieces nnd Electric Lamps in Tiffany Ola.vs styles at iKpulnr prices, from $0.00 to $12.00. Ten Sets, Trnys ami scores of new pieces for the tnble. Full line of 1847 Itogere Knives; Forks and Spoons nt lowest prices. A. B. ROBERTSON What's The Matter Tba youas mother and many an old tost too la often puzzled to know the cause of her child HI nature. The loudness of tta --cnrfhff does not necessarily Indicate the (seriousness of Its trouble. It may have nothing- more the matter with It than a headache or a feel-la- c of general dullness. It cannot, of coarse, describe Its reellncs. but as a waliaunary measure you are safe in trying a mild laxative. 'Vine times out of will And It is all the- chjlditettks, fox' Us restlessness perhaps due to ob'are struction of the .bowels, and once that has been remedied the headache, the and the many other evilusslahness dences of constipation and Indigestion ,wlU quickly .disappear. Don't eIvb the. little .one Mtm, rmthttr-ti- e pills or nasty waters, for these trill purgatives, act"as for child. and ttjey are too strong a In the' families of ton,-yo- u - & BRO., MISS ANNA PITMAN Week in Contest This 20 Three Weeks More. 28 Danville, Kentucky. 2445,205 2553,445 10,105 THE STORE THAT SELLS WOOLTEX COATS, SUITS AND SKIRTS. FARM AND STOCK NEWS 0540,405 00 19,280 For Sale. 77 With Your Baby? Sirs. 31. S. Adams, Auburn, Ky., and Mrs. L. M. Boyce. Tip Top. Ky., theTJnly laxative given Is Dr. Caldwell's Syrup Pepsin. J. H. Baughman MANUFACTURE It has been found to answer most perfectly all the purposes of a laxative, and Its very mildness and freedom from griping recommend It especially for the use of children, women, and old folks generally people who need a gentle bowel of American Thousands stimulant. families have been enthusiastic about It co show'January 13th. ' for more than a quarter of a century. For Safe. Thoroughbred Bronze Anyone wishing to make a trial of this remedy before buying it Jn the regular turkeys. Mrs. W. F. Dishon, It. F. way of a druggist at fifty cents or one 95-dollar a large bottle (family size) can D. No. 1. Phono 83-- F have a sample bottle sent to the home For Sale. A lot of pure bje1 free or charge by simply addressing Dr. 5 Washington W. U. Caldwell. St. Plymouth and Montlcello. 111. Tour name and address brown Leghorn white on a postal card will do. barred rock pullets and hens. Mrs. 05 II. It, Snuflcy, Stanford, Ky. . Owing to the prolonged drouth and in order to give alt tobacco growers an opportunity to enter my tobacco show will be postponed to . court day, January 13th. fl. M-4. wiles from Crab Orcluuil. Price $3.50, inquire V. II. Mueller, Jeweler Jex.e Hill, of Garrard sold 5,000 pounds of tobacco to Speith nnd Gran of the Lancaster tobacco warehouse receiving about l'J cents per pound. Steven Hill sold 4.000 lbs of the nicotine producer to a Lexington company at 14 cents. Samuel Kel-le- y sold 2.000 pounds to u Fayette firm at $IC.,25 per hundrtd. Remember R. M. Newlamfs tobac- acres of land three Wins Dinner Set 2749,355 0750.555 0849,810 CO 15,205 Miss Anna Pitman won the Dinner 2972,005 Set offcied by Sam Robinson in his bigt piano contest this week. A 3047,055 10 bonus of 50,000 estru votes is of- 31- fered on every suit of clothes and 3244,835 dd nnd on every iiuto 3327,005 overcoat scarf an extra bonus of ten thou-miu- d 3445,270 be utes will given, 35 3S.810 bonus of 10.000 votes will be given. 30520,805 This is positively thc best bonu of- 37 10,145 fer that will 1x3 made. Girl-- , go to 3340,025 your friends now. Ask them to save 3952,345 coupons for you. If you don't you 4045,890 will soon wonder why you did not 4144,435 win the piano. If you work you can. 4215,875. win. Only three more weeks now, hj poul n heavy vote. The standing at last count is as follows: 02,805 7072,080 7159,285 7243,775 7351,005 74 77- - vrslPk of a V v&w 19,700 190,715 7555,205 7853,855 7975,005 ,8000,805 81 ' G2,475 8250,925 8350,245 139,920 2100,555 31,010,740 4 (i 4318,305 4 1 & Co. 45 49,925 17,005 10.1C0 Newland. 5211,720 13.570 4051,935 4780,445 48 10,035 Turkeys We are paying the highest Trr open ra&B X Flour, Meal and Shipstuff 745,155 Come and See This Great 8501.405 Store Monday. 9 44,420 Engine at our V will have on display at our 1001,730 tore on Monday December 0, court 1140,100 ilav. th latent model International 1351,015 bold 49357,095 5048.115 51 52 19,105 19,000 are dealers in Wheat, Corn,Hay Straw, Salt, Portland Cement and Coal. Prompt attention and-S-Cmoney's worth at a lltnres. : Jur over 1 gusolino engine. We have SO in this county during Hie past 1545,810 year and they are giving splendid 1077,480 satisfaction. Come to see us Mon 1753,305 day and let us bhow you how you 18 105.9G0 can use one to Kreut advantage in 1901,300 your farm work. J. L. Heiuley & 2044,870 Co. 5380,020 5448,040 5500,185 50 50,165 market price for Turkeys Give us a call before you sell. one to-da- y 5749,705 5850.005 59 00 49.405 49,005 H. B. Northcott PHONE 153. The pictures above show many of the great joys of having a nanx account Open an account at this' bank today Some Joys: 1. Paying yout bill by check nnd start on th road to enlovment 2. Buying your own home of the good things of this life which 3. Getting married only the command of money can give 4. Having yout own buiino A small opening deposit will be ac5. Traveling where you will 6-- Comfortable old age cepted as readily as a lajge one. here Stanford, Ky. m. ii Phone 11 Stanford, Kentucky. I Sale. As administrator of Mrs. V. C. Hooker, deceased, I will offer for sale three shares of bank stock in the Hustonville Peonies Bank, Hus ton ville. Ky. V. O. SPEED, Adm. Administrator's Handsome Home Burns. y frame The handsome dwelling of the lato F. P. Combest four miles from Liberty, Casey county was burned to the ground early in the week, together with all its content?. The property is owned by Mrs. Combest nnd she carried $1,300 on the liousq but nothing on the furniture, which was valued at about frt,500'. The owner was visiting i" Junction City ut the time of the firo and its origin is unknown. two-htor- 2142,000 2240,125 2315,495 0147,875 0240,795 03 10,325 Stanford, Ky. STATE BANK & TRUST CO. Capital $50,000. Surplus $500 W. L. McCARTY, Pre. J. J. 6. L PENNY, V. Pre. M. 0448,335 S. RICE, V. Ptm. I. SALIN, Cashier. D. EAOS. R. P. BROWN, ARE YOU GETTING it l"!i '.' ' - ' c at T. D. NEWLAND, Call . Il The Best Policy Contracts? The Lowest Rates? Reliable Companies? Expert Agents' Advice? Dr. YiiBor this week resigned ns president uf (Icorgeluwii College. J. C. McClary How do you know it? Have you investigated? Local insurance agents are made by long study and experience; They are not born ! J.L.Beazley &Co l A see "Gtte Insurance Specialists" before it is too late. (EL opposite Court House arid get your, winter stoves m li . ri UNDERTAKER STANFORD BROMLEY BROMLEY, Insurance Successors to Fish and Mahonv sfHaV er?':s.' ... J sassWSMSSto-sfciirSiSSt- - T f If ' Keep your property always protected .with J..D. Weareu, .the .In07-- 1 surance Man of Stanford. '-, Stanford - - Kentucky AND KM. UNDERTAKERS DEAL. BALMERS. ALSO ER IN FURNITURE, MAT. TINS. RUQS. THEY WILL FURNITURE EXCHANGE FOR ALL KINDS OF STOCK. CALL. FRICE SIVE THEM A ANS EMEALMER KENTUCKY. IfftM PhsiM 117. Hmm PMm 3. m.i... irrqCE3Sa7Vn,.,.,rf,.i, - M- n mii.ii. In I i. 'nmft3M,mmi0mmi