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Mm LarNt tf 3M rMi Any ) NO. 08 THE iNftKIOR JOURNAL STANFORD, LINCOLN NEWSPAPERS COUNTY, KENTUCKY. Paper WiH Step When Yaw Subscription Expires Watch Your Date and Renew Promptly FOUNDED TIESDA, DErKJlUEI. FOR BECKHAM. 10, J912 TUESDAYS AND FRIDAYS SENATORIAL COMMITTEE TO SETTLE CONTENTION Andersen and Hamilton Leave Mat terto Chairmen of District as to Which shall Run. Col. (Miflnii 11. Anderson, of Doyle, county, anil Hon. .lumen I. Hamilton o.t OniTunl rivul enndidntes for the democratic nomination for Slntu d Senulor, from this district, compos-e(Inr-mrthe counties of Lincoln, of wore here Hoyle iiml t'a-c- y yesterday in tho interest of their cundiduey. Some discussion linn huiulsnl in through the lres anil whnl l.y tiie people generally iih to rocount v lmivllie right nmler the order to nnino tho nominee, tation gentle-inn- ii mid when tlie nliove named met here each one nutumlly ..intended Hint it wns his comity time Tor the honor. tlie Hnully they ngieed t senatorial committee nmttor to the This committee of lite district. composed of the chairmen .)f tho i voveral counties. Mr. Hamilton is L. chuirmnn of Garrard, Gorge tiC Stiiuftrrd is cliairman ot l'ennv, the Lincoln eounty democrati.i ChcmniH Huu'iely is head of the Hovle county otynnir.nlioii nnd hurjes Montgomery Is clminnan coiiutv. ' in Ca-e- y f Lincoln Mr. lVnuv, by virtue having the largest delegated vote. is f Ho- - oWrict and will call the coniiiiittce together. Ho has or not vet made up his mind when where he will cull the meeting but it is generally thieved (hat Stnnford will be the place ns it is more nearly the central point of the district inand is convenient to nil pailie terested. In the meantime there will ue candidates Mime tall hustling by the iiml their friends and lhe chnirmeii very vt the. several countirs will he In a next few day. popular for the mi'cli as Mr. Hamilton is elmirnmti of his toiinly committee, it is believed ho wiil waive his right to cast n vote, und will put it up to the remaining three choirmen. d, Is-c- COUNTRY General News Notes The Q. & C. luitf ngreed to build u if'.".000 depot nl Somerset. Another Ohio state senator has been convicted of uccepting u brihe. I Tho final count shows Roosevelt ' gets U und Wilson 2 of Culiforiiin s' Ll cleclors. There is only about u hundred thoiisanil dollars in the .school fund of the stntc, while about a million ip siihiries for the country teachers comes duo licit Saturday. Winchester city council has , The asked Mayor, J. A. Hughes to re sign on the ground Hint he is incompetent, lie won't do so, hw-ue- r. LINING UP STRONG FOUR LINCOLN FANCIERS Lancaster-- NEWTONIAN HOTEL lne eom-initt- c. President Tall has written President-elect Wilson offering him a hiitHehip in which to visit the Panama ('until hefote returning home fiom Horiniidn. died Sunday Mrs. J. M. Hiirmon lifter n short illness of pueiimonin. She was 47 nnd is survived by her husband und seven small childicti. They cnuic from the Rolling Fork section. Oiiv. lllenfe, of South ('nrolinu, made a, jack n- -s out of himself nt the governor's conference at Richmond, Vn., lust week, when he defended Hie policy of lynching lie gro- - guilty of criminal assault nnd shouted "To Hell with the Constitu tion." High School News (My .la-. CoojM-r.- ) Miss Annie I). McRohorts. Mo had too much Thanksgiving anil did not get hack to school until Thursdnx postponed The Phaiean Society its meeting'' until Monday afternoon instead of Kridav nftcniooii. Annie Milburti one nf the debaters fiaviug been then the society was ab-ei- it, iniled lo the sixth grade society's Open Session. Mr. Robert t'urter. '14 has been sick tlie past week and was compelled to remain at home one day. Mis., Mary S. (."ook was a hostess nt ii chafing dish pattv Friday ev- ening and all enjoyed themselves very much. Many good "eats" were served besides welsh rarebit. Those present were: Miss Mary K. nnd Mr. doe Hill, Miss Ann,. D. McRobeits ami Mr. Tom Phillips, .Misses Kate and .Mary M. Raney and Mr. Harry Carter. Miss Sul-li- p M. Craig and Mr. Spalding Hill, and Mr. dames ('(nitier. Miss Klirabeth Muthrny, '1 was away from school one day last week Miss Verim Rout, 'lo in ab-esome Int week on account of .sick1 ut Casey Girl Suicides Mis Ootuva flodhey, the benuti-fdaughter of Mr. nnd her took Mm. Willinm Rodbey, life early lust Wednesday morning by .at her lwme near Humphrey, diseh.io,ing the contents of a shot mm in her body inflicting almost iiistant death. She left no note assigning her rea(.nn for the rash net, liut it is generally ii"cepted by Iier fr'" d" thiil it "! f disiippointmeiit ill a Joe affair. Liberty News. ul ness. Tile nixth grade' Open Session was enjoyed by all rrctcut las Friday afternoon and the program was im f.illown- Annual Bazaar Tlie ladies or the PresbtMun church of Huslonvillc. invite Vonr presence to this function in order to u with our .mns gifts, n Mipply large virriety to make n -- election from, mrnls served fioin 10 o'clock. M. until 10 o'clock I' M. Has. A ical music- - I'roiu the het in lists. n I'nnv early .ind -- immhI tlie da. of the Preshvtetiiiu church Hilstoliville. Don't forget the d.ite, December the 1 till. In-alie- Chonw- - Thanksgiving, lit Ii grade Journal Tilden Cooper; Piam Dane,, of the Jesse Ih-- Phil-liii- Recitation -- The Pumpliu, R. Fish; Dialogue The Train to Monro by Thelma Francis, John and Virgil M.iini; Chorus -Pie Song, Sitli grade gills; Rend-in- g Thiiiiksgivinc Origins, Elirabetli tenter; Drill Sixth grade: Recitation I'm Tired, Craig Fish; Piano - Sing Me to Sleep, Annette Wear-en- ; Play N'wM'inbcr's Crown. Al-lie Elc. s; Mr. Hniiy Reiuhart, 'l.'l ua- - absent one day last week. Mis Kliraheth lloltzclaw. Mti w.. If you are troubled with ehronin last week cAistinntion ,tht mild nndgvntle ef- sii'k Hie gicater pait-ofect of Chnmbcrluin'ri Tablets makes nnd wiis not able to come to school 1heoi etfpecially Kiiiled to your ease Do Yon Own a Hyomel For Kle by 0, L. Penny. Inhaler for Catarrh Bazaar at Crab Orchard Then you ought to know tlmt evcrywheie will furnish Thfi Indies of Hie Crab Orchard druggists ChnMinu churlh will hold a huxaar (ni with u bottle of Mouth's 11 for only TiO cenls. and fxclmnse in Mj'Occ'h store room y Pour nfew drops of IIYOMKI into on :M unlay, next, December H. wmtlier t reipiested to send or the inhaler nnd" start this ery day lo breathe the so, (thing .healing valinn; donation. por and destroy the fiilnrih perms. With er.v package of llYO.MKI "Ve wish to call "your attentiofi to 'the fact Ifeat most infectious- diseas- cnmei-- , a little booklet which explains whooping rough, how 'easy i is lo end the iniserv of es such nml benrlet fever nre s Cutnrrh. Troup, Sore Tlir.'nt. wlien the child lias u cold. nnd Deafness cain-eby CaCough Remedy will ChnmborlninV in rrh. quickly cure n cold and greatly les. Hut besj nt nllt Q L. Penny is sen thiJ danger of contrnejing these, nuthorixpil to refund your'monoy it disease. Tills remedy is famous IIYOMKI dochit'l do jukt what it is of colds. It contains for its cniM other nnreotio, and may ndverliKed to do. If you haven't inhaler uk for the jo Riven to 'a child1 with implicit coiw the IIYOMKI complete outfit, '$1. tfidwice. Said by 0. L. Peas f Kv-crdipli-thorin con-trnct- ed Hron-cliitld Cattle Poisoned by Paris Green Forrstus Iteid of thi county, lost three UOII piiund cattle from eating I'nris tcen ul hU farm on tlie Stnnford and llutoitille pike last week. During the tobacco n tenant was eiiguRcd in putting tlie poison on the plants nnd having finished his work put the icniainder in u hollow slump and forgot it was iheie. Mr. IteidV cattle were turned in the field and snxerel en I the poison but were saved with the exception of ihree. King November Ign Perry; Page-- Heath Severance. Justice Mary Helen .Johnson, (mention Margaret Davison. Kimwlcdsc Carrie Dim is. Power Ruby Hilton. Prosperity Hester Anderson. Independence -- Marv Deck Ktpmlity- - William Reiiiluirt. hel Hill. Mr. William flriuies, '14 was sick some In- -t week. Miss Kiln WaiTen Mil was ab-ePence-Racnt Triday. BRINGS ONLY $2,040 Laying I, Miss Let lie Muy Mdtohcrts w.il it visw in limit !""" eC'ns.sidiiy,101of Lexington. ii s Limrn She Master Commissioner E. D. PenI Lincoln county has the most pro- - Toes to ntleitil the Piiti llellic Hull nington Makes Number of gresive poultry breeders of any itij nt the Phoenix. Other Sales Court Day 'i'lipt itcle girls held u Itnnti- tlie state. ,iiii tiiey are iicconuug Saturdny nt Anderson and Hurt's i more iniinerous every year. Tw( Lin The Newtonian Hotel, lliistonvillo coln lanciers participated in the egg iuruitiire store. litInying contest conducted by the Mesalnmes W. 0. Higney anil onc of thc best buildings in that Louisville Evening Post lat summer daughter, Fred P. Frishic, Marshall tle city, was sold yesterday in front und three have entered injio con- lv. Denny, Mr. J. I J. Collier nnd of the court house by Commisstonor test winch is being held for winter laughter und Messrs. John nnd Wro. I'.. I). Pennington to J. H. Riffe of layers'. Walker were in Danville, for Ihrs that place, for $2,010. The buildThe three fanciers who wore funeral and burial of the late Mr. ing was erected about ten years ago by lite Into Abo Newton and is in tlie summer eomiwtition John Cotton. n very substantia! hostelry. nre nlso entered, in the winter conDr. It. L. Pointer wns over from l Commissioner I'ei'nniitiM.m test, one of them, Mrs. S. J. Emhry Lciingtnn, having U-eculled here sold 0.i ucres of !und lying near with two pens, as she is showing u to diagnose a (license that is known ns lh0 Ilubblo trucL pen of her great winter layers, tho a number of cattle for Onr-rar- d It was bid iu by the Hubble hoirs English Salmon Faverollcs, us well farmers. He pronounced the ut JrfiO per ncic. The homo of the as Ijnr prize Huff Orpingtons. A. C. strange disease as "forage poisonAlfiicl, the White Leghorn man. bus ing" nnd said it was neither contag- lute Dr. Pettits at Crab Orchard, wns exposed to tlie highest bidder confidence in his birds in winter us ious or infectious. and wii bought by David Newland well iih in summer, and has n pen of Kdvv in Walker has accepted n pofor .fHOO. hiq name fine hens competing under sition iu Conn Hios.' hnrdwure store On next Monday Commissioner in the winter list. C. S. Lyons, the Messrs. George Smith, Sr A. II. Pennington will go to Somerset nnd well known miller out on Hanging Fork is a great admirer of a. believ- Hnstiii nml F. G. Hurt have been dispose of some valuable projierty c. there belonging l the Newton er in the black Laiigshans ,aiul lias appointed city supervisors. Hev. S. II. Pollett is nt Moreland It consists of the Imtidsome cutcicd it of these strictly cold weather fowls. Wlulo none of the assisting Hie Rev. Wogoner in a Newtonian hole! mid all fixtures bnr room fixtures and the building local entries is leading tile classes meeting. by the postofficc. Tho enJohn V. John-o- ii yet, nil are well up "in tho runus and wife, of ning'' nnd are giving good nccount of Louisville, were called here by Hie tire lot will bring in the neighborlines and death of Mrs. Johnson's hood of $7,000, it is believed. their selves. 'tepinoiher, Mi. Eliru Sadlor. Thacker Boston Kentuckv Kardinals Entertain The Indies of the Hnptist church Aid Society held u bazaar on FriThe Kentucky KurdiuuK delightThe wedding of MisS Lula Tlinek-- er fully ciitcrtuined their many friends day and Saturday at Miss Hella Arto .Mr. Force Boston both of with a huutpiet Thursday evening in nold's millinery store. 'v., was solemnized nt tueir huiidsouie little club house in Mis.s Liuise Terry, of Paint Lick-i- s Elixir Springs, the home of the Maywoud, Alter the lnayer offerconvalescent after quite a sick-spe- Inide's sister. Mrs. II. H. Houchin, ed b Hailey Sampson, the guests Wednesday. Nor. 27. Rev. W. S. itf fypboid fever. Former Governor J. C. W. Beckham, Who Will Succeed Bradley Sure. weie served u two course supper. The Lancaster stores are prettily Willis, of Hiistonville, officiating. The menu consisted of oyster houp, decorated with Xmas goods .ItfTrrnoman) (Itowlinc Orrrn Mrwn?rlj (JrfTrrftnntown and nre The britlo is u beautiful young lady, , fried , l.x l.ov J (' (Inr J. ( Itakham h drawing crowds of interested spec- .vhiie the groom is one of Anderllrrkhiin h Jnnuine celery, olives mid pickle-.(rm:i; son county's most populnr young coni cuker., liglit bread and tators. annonnrrd hi. rr.ilij4f,j (or thi Itrmwrntc rd ills eandidaev for I'nlled Klalea SVneJnr coffee. men. There were only a few of their l.uralMillun for III t'lnlr J bl.lr. Srni If, bulJMt lo the action ot tho democratic The glorious rains that fell Tuesintimate friends present. sliiih sill b run wut in Ihc Ulr primirj After nil had been served the day nnd Immedi-- . It will be iu Vujukt of nril year. Wednesday were most otely Mil Aucu.t after the ceremony they left rememse-c- d thjt .Mr. Urckhao waa cheated toa-- l, muster, Mr. .Marion Fields thankfully received us it Uu h llr tih, iti editor of lit M"m wa.s so called on Mr. J. V. Fields to give for Lawrencebing, Ky., where they by Ii r and Judfr- llinra. Ibr buiinrM tuaaaerr. nut of thia other a few jcara ago And when he much needed both in town' und coun- will irmke their home. They liave arrved with flor. Ilerkliam during bl rnM"!.' detootrata (f) who jited Iraitora lu their the welcome address. try. the best wishes of their man friends aid thia U wntim aftrr a rou.ultpltoi party, ja aril aa Iraitora to the people nf had fini.iued all felt that they were The culprit or culprits, wh.5 broke for a long ar.d r&prrM the tfrwa of both Mr. "Fred 0. Wat-kin- s happy union. aecurlnc Ibe democrat! truly welcome. After (towrnor Itrrlthaoi ruhl to be tcnl lo the into the L. & N. depot before wil then introduced n. secref OSe vo1 Of th te nmlir),t' l's!' i S:i!c S.s.ti. V.'. ii-- - L.u. 1. con- Thanksgiving have not been found. Start Grist Mill at Turnersville rapable, rlan and rthcirot Mr .11 rrople by 1S.OO0, W O. llradley, republican. tin"' of the club, who read the Mrs. Eluu Sudler, age CO years stitution and bylaws. Several comawindlrd out ot the ptare when four rrnr waa cl.Tted by a democratic legtblaturr IL R. and G. E. Lutes, of the Turabili- died at her home at Buckeye alter a ;ade, itaimloc lo be druiocrat. voted for The JeRcraot.lan take little InleloM In pliments were passed as to the HraJItr, inilead of Ibe pominee. Ou Mtme general decline of a complication of nersville section, will shortly install to ty of the Kardinnls as to constitupoll II a. but belirvli-that it la nur duly pointa Judjro Ulnea and Mr. Leigh have due people vote, aa jie plilu faita al.il let tbuunqualniedly fo, tion making. The next speaker, diseases. Her husband was killed a n 10 horse power grist mill at Tur-to nersville and will be prepared aim J aitk Oov llolihitii, but the-- e we ar.- Ihty pleaae, but are not of a rharaiter lo rrfleet os Oov. UiHkliuin .'or any office he wanta. not ,Mr. Hubert C. Wntkins, the president few years ago by a stroke "nf lightcrush core, grind meal etc. Henry ning. One daughter, Mill ll. ever btrome Ukvra piertly because he hlf ilonet), nor Mrs. Kemper McWhortcr. an cheated out of the of the club spoke on the organizaan experienced milt it tho I'nited Siatei senile, bemc related ou olice of V H. h'mitor, but becaue he liaa tion and right well did he handle his Walker and sister, Mrs. V. T. West; man, will manage the mill for them lv to alata politic. p!ovm hiuitelf Ic be a Uu- - arrvaut of the. Mibjeet. showed that tlie of this city survive her. The de- und lie plainly (repp Ilerkham una not an auidrnt. He Ivp!e. Takme the c.ce of governor after can be depended upon to do the Sli loril to rule it the alhe4t afie that the aavaaiination of Otr. Ooebel, at a time club was organized to improve the ceased had been a member of the work right. Baptist church since early girlhood. Iran i eliclble, he wat elerted to the lecull Ihe. tat- - waa divided upon many iuetlon, socinl conditions of neighborhood, to Here he wa not rouipuuwuk, but ev he had mide jcod ir eierythmg br haa at create a literary taste and also to tore A new partner has been added to Piano Contest Notice tr lAlleiue knew hia worth. He tculd ennted. Ilia viewa and action concern minds of its members. the grocery firm of Davidson und l.aia cone lo iuncrfi at twenl)ntr exrrpt ing uiattera atTirting the ps.pto havo met with broaden the To candidates und those who M. Fields, Dr. W. F. Wat-kiDoty. The name of the new mem-ovt hia loyally to a friend, who n ran popular, lavoi, and hi haa proven himwlf lo Mr.W. nre inleie.sted: Do not ak,for votes He mi kpraker of the houke at b capable in eery teevt. He alioutd hare dida'e and Hailey Sampson made li.rt in the store is Glenn Gordon in this store or doorway. Iu order He en elected lieutenant CT no oppaition to aucirvtl rVnvtor Dradley and t talks and expressed pleasure nt be- Davidson. II waa mde soternnr l emir at thnty l nei believe he will have ou opposition. Gov. ing theie ou, Friand complimented the Miss Rule Lee Denny gave an ela- to Rive nil a chance, tu f'ul ilabainitton of Uov William tliH Uitkbam la the uio.t )opular mau in Ihe for every dollar spent KnrdimiU on the noble woik they borate and well appointed course day, only, Lei a few muntha thrrtaftir' aa wll be demonstrated when the pen. give .5,000 votes. Remember one He fimud a party int in tam by mtei plr have a voice to apeak their aentiments had started out to do dinner, the honor guest being her Also remember that we wil! h'or a year never a republi and Ihe win politician, nr nal dikMnbtoni The club house was very n t trac- cousin, Mis Helle Dcnnv of Stan- day only. positively cannot allow you to sothe againu Xisutlte in darktlud alk Reddoora ot the tailed him .ifa rut SrunSenator bftn for Ihe nomnatoii for tive! v decorated with the club colors ford. ya(iy d'mocrata hie Ii. licit votes in our store. Sum liglit green and light pink. The fol-- 1 Air. It. L. Klkin an unusually cour-teoHe kept In the middle of the ruud "98-Lining were present: Mr. and .Mr. sud by bit sue maLacrraent he Uat tho gentleman, who has held a poTodd County Tiinea) irt,i proninrnt iipuUuan In the atale in W. M, Fields, Mr. and Mrs. W. F. sition with the Hank and Trust Co. Koriuer (pveruor Jletkhum tiaa aniiuunced You will find that druggists everv the rbts fo. the unexpired tllln. hia candidacy for Vnited Statea beuator .in it Walkiiis, Mrs Will Stephenson. Mr. has icsigned and .in January 1st he There .ire lhui who t.y - built up a tl.rp ale bomttbini,- - like io.uou democrata in Ilownid Xewland and Miss Mary will ussine the business control of where speak well" of Chaniberlniu'fv I'laihln- lu wrae iaM a luadnne ! ne the atate wh4 will vets for him for the aufa Cough Itemed. Thev know from Whin a pari) la ilnoraniiid anil rinaon that, live yeara ago, while the pail; a Wnlden Gooeh Mr. A. W. Sampson the Central Record. ' iraiary long experience iu tho i?ule of It that brtikin o pfss It Ii ni.eKjry for a guio iiicninie for iLat rxaltid oftiie, he waa the nml Mis.s Pearl Fields. Mr. J. W. The- Chaittaiirpia Cjicle met the iu cases of coughs nnd colilaj it qau mc hand 'o knp ll Ironi fallins over lh viilai uf the grohbeat treachery pirpetrated Fiehlt. and Mnry Duddernr. Mr. past week with Misses Robinson, tilvyuys be depended upon-- , and that Iwi lleiklini fouud audi a ion by a haudful af political cruoka abue vou pi.Tipue nnd Anna Green Preslic.il' and Mason at the home of it is pleasant and safe to take. V. Hale, (eorge he atwaya did the rucht I'lHl canMlttllea Ihe mo. I dl. graceful itl.lplef For Whelhir liitto'i Wood, Robert . Watkiiis and Grace Mr-- . It- - did in the hiatory of Kentuck) politica. Alex Walker ou Ic.xingtou sale by G. L. Penny. Ihinc ib not propi-- heie to ducuia M. Fields, Mr. Marion Fields and street. he Ihouitil mi llfht with the llrhta what bi 'oit blni (Wimhtkter Sun) Edith Waikins, Mi.ss Huth Fields and Maccabees Elect Officers Ihe deDt.sTiti ot Kintuiky owe It lo him. Uoirrnor Ueikham'a formal entry into tl.e Lucille Duddernr, It. K. Sampson, Ought to be Nominated The annual election of Stanford He ia the foreinibt Kenluzklau tollve today. raco fi,r tin Sitaturhl.b aeeiua lu be uieetim; Hi U abreaat uf the pnnrlplea that are lo 'r a hiariy reaponia all ovrr the elate. Ilia Huilcv Sampson. S. L. Stephenson, The following from the Danville Tent No. 7, Knights of thu Macca He ia ittltouilcelli.nt ia luurl.ld iu laluuabTe loutht out by Ihe Vluerican loucrebt. dis Fred'o. Watkiiis. Advocate is endorsed in everv word! bees was held at their hall Monduy rapsble uf K't1 I'H oil1 thla battle fvr l.unias ulind t.ud carniai, evch have be, u all by the I, J. If the democrats of Gnr-rnr- d night. Sheriff W. LMcCurty was rijhf. He nliow hia writtiu or bpoken utterance. Ellisburu are wise they will nominate celcted commander and Prof. Gar-lnllil.ivii'2 bo, the M.beur baa oo heal In game bptril in buying to the deniiKratia visiting I'm Is Miss Pevion lauo p lomuieildllix ihi eandiiUiy of .loliu loter that he will apprevialo their aupport, t'liemls in Cincinnati. Singleton record keeper. Mr. Wnlker, tho' at that, vve have t'rrppi Wirkliae llirkham lo the dwnuirau if the) deem him fit and worthy, but that If Mrs. Tom Kllis of Dan- - :"e. who no woul to say against his oppon(.( K!ukv. Ihev believe auolher can aeive them betlel has been the guest of relatives here ent. The Advocate Hew to Succeed hi will not hold it agalnbt them if they vol hiiy: Editor Green Clay Walker, of the Lancas ;u I other tteikham baa aome Hrioi.al has letuiued home. for During the last few Tears, condi- tKiihmomt I lunab) Dr. and Mis. 0. L. May, of DanKa Ho ter Record, bus announced his .can- - ' ions iu nil lines of business, every J. (.'. W. Ueikhaui haa auujuie.d an.l political rntmie. who will try to ee. bla defeat, ald ot ville aie expected soon for a ist l but aomebody N. tooipsia lor th d tuoiralU' nciuit atiou for t diiluey for the County Attorneyship professional life, have changed soAa the I ruicr Clivelandj "we love him fur the en. Urudh') Seiialoi to aurveid Mr. and Mrs. S. A. May. ot Hiirinr.il county. Mr. Wnlker is completely that every man is waking rolitic ia a game ol etrotuncr mi iheated, or rather aoM, uet mi- - he haa made. Mr. Alva Kllis und family have well and favorably known to many "l to the fact that in order to wiu of the uitjie befoie, it would be very fittiu; luve .'ather than nl hate, iln.l lh i.mdtdate u visit be must specialize and loam lo hat the auppoil tt thuae who luve hlin t el unied to Tennessee, after KMiple in this city, A am! )UI that lu he il.llid thia tu)e liuving- - spent ono thin' ""d & itteW. ireal man) of out hmtuik) laiJiauib ljd gctiirally am onr tl.i iandid.ite wliu ru t.i friends heie. several months iu the office,." of the to lio auii',uuiid for Mr. .erkhani Ioiil Utoi lie the auppiit "I Ihr.e who hate lh oilier U Mis. Harvey- - Mill, of Somerset, is Q. & C, route several ' ' vears ng,.1 low. J" article thut is kail auu.iiu.'.d for tlii uitlie. l .ple. visiting here. mul have After leaving this -- it v he went to solU., genuine incut or no nmount of Mr. ami Mr. Honit Peyton of where 1e to i the law vctf, m;ntain (he demand W1 Chilton spent Sunday here with re- course from the Ixuiisville .eil at ouce. Hustonvllle rniver- - cor ile ffrtjce, giaduuted umong the high-- j (Muir. Adams and ou und Miss al ivt'. sity and por ramly ve'nrs wo uuva watched Col. (Icorge I). Wvatheil'uie spent ' Mr.. ...... i Mrs. John Hi own has about rt i ... i.. : ii -- ii est iu the clash. Mr. Walker is nn with much interest the remarkable .,, "., ...ivmi . ?.. ...... lal week in (' lie nnat buv ic uooils unusmilly blight young man nml nmV1,Mrd nmintuincd by Dr. Kilmer's , Co. lor the rum of Wea.herford h M Flllllc t. of splendid business capacity und if Swamp. Root, the great Kidney, Liv- Miss Annie look lit. man. ot ",l ia Tuesdav f..r Tntho"""'V11" mul wlU the eople of Hint county give him er and Bladder Remedy. From the ' , . D. LeMiigton, visited ,nove ther? iu ncuv tuture. Mi. Hairy the office he seeks lie will fill it very beginning the proprietors had (ubb, luet week. M, Ho.ence Spragen entertnin- - to the satisfaction of all concerned iU.h M "eh confidence in it that they Kaik llobbU(i (). , I'll ill in ua i uuiisr niiiiv zinnia and with ciedit to himself. He has incited every one to test it. free ot Monduy. vile Tuesday. Misses Annio U'wls Uiley urnl Thanksgiving: Misses Jane Bottoms engaged the service., of Mr. It. L. oost, before piucliMing. Hi ewer of Lebanon, ' presciiptio,,. ,f. s n. Mr. Sloan Kiistlaud, of llnriods-bur- Josephine Niinnclley, of Turuersville nnd Lillian FJkin n biiMiicss munnger it his' i bey have on file thousands of V Harm tie of llnslnuville nnd paper .... order that he may g.ve t.u.e s - Kll.t u were here Sutuiday ultiTiioon shopwas heie Saturday for joUel, reccivcd from former BuWer. Messrs. Itoluit Spalding und lien- - to Ins race. en route to Ciisey county. ping. enj wjJ0 ftre mvr enjoying good lfts,lum' Mr. und Mrs. Fred Cnison nnd at" The bazaar held nt the Wheeler " health us a lesult'otits use. n.e. son has returned I. The ladies of the Presbylennn ( Howevct if vqu wisl, first to try tractive children visited Mr. and flat by tho ladies of the P.osb.- vMrs. Tom Hall ut.Moiclund Sunday. terian church will be Satutday Ihe """ " ,,Ml '" """"""" "' rhutcli will hold their annual bazaar a somple 'bottle, address Dr. Kilmer " """ Mr. Jesse. Carpenter, our efllcjent 14th fiom 0 A. M. to 11 . M. C.iij.e and exchange at the State Honk & Co., Hlngba-nton- , .. N. Y. and mea- , "n buililing on Friday, Dec. 13,. The tion this paper. telephone inumigcr, has purchased early nnd ,'et ehoic,, it the 'd hY' They 'will gladly ... ,"T :n i... ii....'.. "iiiimiuuiiiK sale, "will begin at one oclcck, oys- - forward you a sample bottle by mail '" it tho automobile owned by Mr. Young 1.,'... .:..! ii.: Interior Journal, ter soup, coffee and sandwiches will absolutely free, Mr. Lee IWy hit- - returned fioin y,,( nt .Liberty' ... ,.,,,-Qv conuues com- Regular sites for sole at all dw- Ail I There liouso uiid ncrefc of Ciicjnnti"vvhere lie iited Ju;uUi- - r,i,,t.v hv udT?rli8Yn sale in be 'served during the eveniagv (pst--- M wnta nd sl,, ,4Ailf)' .6-tf- .' areuuvaed. toblirbo latrtl for eiit'Phenp'ifrenfr- 55g-c'- Enter Hens in Winter Egg Contest Now on cy es-tat- i rp, S oy.s-tors- I er twenty-eigh- we-wil- -- Itob-inso- n. us 1. h- - l. nd - M"-(-,h- 1S1 """' i..... ,,,,,; ..lere g, V?T? r 'fa A-- ,., Tt '"'" 4" , ".1 ' t V . ' . V";, i a.vatoa'atjai.i.VUsSl.- V'tlT " "ib Vb.JJ-.l54i- l 3fe' 1 M : J .1 4 w THE IHTERIOW JOURNAL STAMFORD. KENTUCKY. TUESDAY, DECEM1EB II. 1112 Report el Condition of I th , The HKL.T0M Interior Journal X. A&UFLKT. -- U Pruna a Laxatiyi? I am tn receipt of it letter ' ! The First National lank, IP Proprietor Christmas Gifts However small the gift, if given in sincerity, makes one happy. To those who mant to make gifts to their lady friends, we can furnish you beautiful Umbrellas at $1.50 to $20.00. Silk Hose, one pair in a pretty box, with card, at 50c and $1.00. Ladies' Shoes, Trunks and Bags. 1 A YKAlCsTTRIOTLT IN ADVAM0I ( LiiiiiiiiiiHL - B Knttrtt a! la portiflc en. ctata aaeu Rwtrr $Unr4 m fee- LaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaK ai Tha ennonncementa In thlt column ere ol eandidatee Isr ofnee, snbjeel lo In. aetloa of Mo aaaraneeaeaia Ik BeaaeerMie pritaarr. wflt wr Bee, owes piid (or la adnata! Tor Statt Stnotur II ANDKK80X Tr Xeareeenleftre. VJKQlL McafULLlN. C. from iv mechanlo who la at the head of a prosperous house hold. Peruna has been used In hla family for a rood many year. Ha writes aa t "Aa you know, we hara uaed Peruna tn our home for a num-o yeara. We Bnd It a reliable T IS NOT the price of a GIFT that makes us appreciate it most, but the mere fact that we still live in the hearts and minds of some one, that we are not forgotten. I at. B. W. OIVKN8 J. Q. WEATHERTOKD T. J. II I Lb Tr 8kn 8. BAUailHAN GEO ROE DINK WILLIAM W. A. ttrT.Otttnty Jul ft A. RICE M. r. NORTH ttr PAKRIBII pxrruN JttUr CARSON DKBORDK PARMER II. HE8TKB B. II. OWENS K. Zl. BRONAUOa Ttr iiMNf P. L. BECK P. U BANDIDOK L.AFE MUKUAlt WW. C LONO J. 1L BOON W. T. DARNER J T GRIFFIN IIoR-jnw Cnlcb Powers, Taylor and Jnck Johnson nil got mnrricil with-i- n n few tlnys. Now let this delight- ful trinity sink hnck into the oblivion which they so justly deserve. Report of the Condition of the Crab Orchard Banking Company, Doing business in the town uf Crnb Orchard, county of Lincoln Stnto of Kentucky at the dose of business on 2Cth day of November 1912. Resources Loans nnd discounts ...$."'8,273 secured and un1,386 23 secured Duo from banks 8,221 07 J ,470 (ill Cash on hand 3,000 00 Bank house fur & fix . ., TOTAL $72,500 43 Yt' r For men, we have everything they wear. An Overcoat, a Suit of Clothes, Underwear, Shoes $1.50 to $10.00; Hats from a $1 Pocket to a Stetson Silk lined and Silk Velour at $5; Cowhide Suit Cases, $5 to $12 50 Cheap ones $1.50 to $3.50. Hand Bags, $5.00 to $12.50. Suspenders and Garters, 1 pair in pretty box, 25c to $2. 1,000 Men's Ties, 25c, 50c $1.00 ones in and Christmas boxes-a- ll you have to do is drop in your card. Silk Sox in medium and light weights in black and all the new shades- -1 pair in a beautiful box, with card: all you have to do is write your nameat 50c the pair. Men's linen handkerchiefs, put up 6 in a fancy box for 75c Ihe box; a finer one, 3 in box, at $1.50. Silk handkerchiefs, in fancy or plain white, with or without initial at corner, at 25c, 50c and $1, Men's work gloves, from a 5c Canvas to a $2 Buckskin. Dress gloves, unlined, wool lined, silk lined and fur lined, from 25c to $5. Tie holders, Cuff buttons, Collar buttons, Stick pins, Walking canes; Everything a man wears. Select what you want now, while you have plenty of time, and we'll put it away for you. $l--the50ca- rip, and other allmente to which the family Is subject. But since the chanjre In the .formula of Peruna I do not find It quite aa uaeful to myself. My bowels are naturally very active. I oannot take a cathartlo of any sort. It doea me Injury to do so. The old Peruna contained no cathartlo Ingredient and waa therefore a very useful medicine to me. But I notice that the new Peruna has a alight laxative action, which almost makea It prohibitory for me to use. I waa wondering if there waa not some way In which I could obtain the old Peruna aa you used to make It." To this letter I made the followlnc reply: "Tea, the new Peruna doea contain a laxative element. Tou ahould therefore take the old Peruna which has no laxative prescribing quality. the While quite It old Peruna I found necessary frequently to prescribe the laxative Manalln In connection with It. Therefore Manalln was combined with Peruna. In order to meet those cases that require a laxative. But In case no laxative Is required the objection to the new Peruna you ?pak of people Many of the arises. who used to take tho old Peruna found difficulty In taking tho new Peruna To meet those cases I nm having manufactured the old Peruna under tho name of Katamo, and If .u are anxious to ret the old Peruna exactly as It used to bo made you can do so." PERUNA IS FOR SALE AT ALT. DBUO STOKES. srnCIW, NOTICR Many persons are making Inquiries tor the old-tiTcruna. To such would say. this formula Is now put out under the name of manufactured Company. Columbus. by Ohio. Write them and they will be pleased to send you a free booklet. (Ka-tar-nO ifclULmuittLn. U.,'.nelSrhii condttlona, coufha, colda and many At RUnfont In th aisle, of Kentuetiy. at clone ol business, November IB, ivi3. IlEHOUllCKB: IIPO,!))) taunt ami discount . inrnlrart, secured and un ,01S iwu ml I' H llomli to secure rlrralatlon so.mm U 8 Honda lo urenre portal T l.noo Inn funds nnn PrenMnms on I 8 llondi ( a. a Rends, securities n.einn Hanking house, fur A fli 3,411 Other Heal Festal owned Dur from National Hanks (not 2,459 reserve agents) .. Ihie from Htel and private hanks and hanker. Tmlt 319 rompanlea nd tatlnffi bank Due from approved reaerTa - , io74n iCenU 4.1 Cheka and other rath liema t.ooo Notea of ether National bank nlek- retlonal paper rutrencr, ,t -- l and rent JrfSil tender note C,5S 00 KeileMMion fund with IT. ( Tre (5 per rent of clrrulition) TOTAL Capital Motk paid in Horplu fund l)u- it oo Oft no on no Rd BlizzardFronti, Lap Robe. Horse Blankets, Foot Warmers and Heating Stoves are in de-iriand now. Call and see us.', T- 37 2 os SI on 40 i I e rfpeele in,Bl ......10 1J,0S 10 1.100 "0 o,7oo 04 MAIllUTIKSt . - I'ndlftdrd profit, le epen e and late paid Nat'l lank note outstanding ISO.00O no '"0.00O 0(1 - tn other National S4.139 43 bank Due to 8tate and prltate I1 30 bank and banker iMwi.iuHHt 49,000 3.7P.2 pi W.RHiggins Stanford, Ky. Sg29aS9999Z999a9a9999ttt9Z9tZZ OO S13&.363 40 tn cheek Demand rerlificat-- a of de , . 7,000 00 potlt 1'n.tol ninr depo'lt 29 ol tn7.nl 17 12,157 00 Note and bill redleronnted I1HW pajabte, Inrluilipc cer tlfiratr of depotit for monej 0.000 OO borrowed -191 94 lictrrred for urHi.!t. euitj-- ri 'WE Tc USE" Atel DANIEL BOONE AXLE 6flEr.SE TOT.lte $280,700 04 And don't awswswsTBwswswswswswPVBl f"tl of Kentncky county of Lincoln KS I. If C lUnchmtn, cathler of the abcre wer tht the ramrd bnk. do eol.mnljr bore Ma'ement I true lo the ItM of mf (' llatigkman, Vr knoledio and belief yyjLta-ea- T Rl 1 have to grease but once a week. rtuhicribed and worn to before me tola 4. lay of Nottraher, 1912 II V llrlgkl. Noll rr TuMie TTKKT -- J H HoeVer J 1' COHKMT Cunmlna, M 1) Klmorr Director Report of the Condition of The Lincoln County National Bank, UK.SOL UC'tiS "Made in Louisville by Lr K ' -- s '- - -- S CHAS. C. STOLL OIL CO. At Ptanford, In the Male of Kentucky, at tho ilrrc of buatneft, NnTrmtier 3(1, 1912 nd Liabilities TWO MORE WEEKS . 43 17 nnl cent Specie fl5,lli9 OO Capital stock paid in, !.e;M tender notea S91 0J 10,000 OO U in cash $15,000 00 In Irmptlon lunil Atth V H. The Richardson Store's Big Co5,000 00 Trra. (5 per cent circulation) Surplus fund 2,200,00 ntestHow They Stand TOTAL S03 S 47 Undivided profits, less expenses and taxes paid 1,095 38 LIUULITIT.S: There nre two more weeks in the Capital ttock paid In Deposits subject to check 40,915 07 1100,000 oo Store's bis Diamond Sjrploa fund .. . 100,100 OO Bills payable 13,33.0 00 Ring contest City. This National Hank Noteleanout atandinc 98,500 00 nt Junction Undivided profit, eipentea . progressive establishment has laid and taie paid . 7,691 34 TOTAL' $72,."r.u 4." n bic Christmas line and all pur and banker 227 39 ct to check 1175,033 13 State of Kentucky county of Lin- chasers may vote for their favorites Demand certificate of coln Set: Hip standing nt last count wns: depoait 15,203 00 Pottal Wo W. E. l'erkius, Vice Prcs. and Mis.- - Georgia Wells 421,910 depoait aarmca de $185 37190,438 50 J. C. Bailey, Cashier of above nam- Miss Lucy McCord 401,040 Hilla payable inrludine rent- firte of depoeit for money bor ed bank do bolemuly bwcar that the Miss Hattie Leigh ,. MK!,130 rowed 05,000 00 243,fl00 above statement is true to the best Miss Alma Cosby TOTAL $303,584 47 of our knowledge and belief. i 174,570 Miss Flora Minor Sttte of Kentucky County of Lincoln 88 I, W M. Ilrirht, cahirr of the abor nam ir4,G.)0 Miss Annie Atkins rd bank, b aolrmrly awear that the abura W. E. Perkins, 147,800 stitrnrtit li tree to ttr lxrt 3t By lnoll-J;Miss LaVinia McGraw J. C. Bailey Cashier. Miss Laura Kclley It IIKKUIT, t'oa.(er 12S,9iO and belief HubKribed and sworn to before me this Subscribed and sworn to be- MiB Hlanchc Dunn . ., 110,150 4, day of Dercmbir, 1912, II II' Asunder fore me this 9th day of December, Miss Pauline Taylor 115,800 Notary 1'nblic ATTKST Embry. Jr . .J COKRECT 1912. My commission expires Jan. Miss Donabelle West 110,700 J. N. ilenede, J, II. I'aiton Director. 25, 1916. John EdmUton. Notary Miss Susie Robert 80,500 Report of the Condition of Public 81,000 Miss Alice Durham The National Bank of Hustonville, 81,350 Miss Christina Noska NO REASON FOR DOUBT close ol buslneu ,. . 73,100 at IluatonriUe, Ky., at the Miss Irene Lyons Not. 2Slh. 1912. KCSUUKLCM 69,400 Sewell ..5 Miss Lulu S134.152.00 Lain and discount. A Statement of Facts Backed by a Miss Bessie Wright .., 00,100 Oeerdralta, secured and unsecured 1,437.99 30,000 00 55,850 U H llondaV.to Bsecure circulation Guarantee. Miss Mary Beck Strofif 400 00 bonds Prera. on 2,900.00 48,950 llsnk house, far A fix- Miss Mamie Jones Due from national tank (sot 35.550 , 2,205 25 reserve stents) We guarantee complete relief to Miss Dora McAneley 40,450 Due from SUM and I'rifate bank all sufferers from constipation. In Miss Elsie Alstott . .) beaker, trust oompanle and 1.009 93 40,450 ana savings ttenae every case where we fail we will Mass Anna Pruitt IS reserve Dne 42,900 Check from approvedcash ltema--agents 12,059 ea Msa Mary Clnrkson supply tho medicine free. and other lav 930 00 32,300 Note of other national banke Rexall Orderlies are a gentle, ef Miss Clara Martin Fractional nsDer rnrrency. nickels 147.(2 22,200 and cent fective, dependable and safe bowel "Miss Gracie Lawson s.seo OO . 18,500 Specie tender - note. Legal 9,510.00 regulator, strengthener and tonic. Miss Josie Walker 1.150.00 15,700 ltcdamption fnnd with V. 8. Tree They nature's functions Miss Elizabeth Cartes 2,500.00 (.', per cent of circulation).. Frcdin Seltsroan 10,100 in n quiet, easy way. They do not J 1218,051 71 cause any inconvenience, gnping or L1AHILITIF.S A TEXAS WONDLff. They are so pleasant to nausea. Cspltsl ttock paid In 150,000 00 The Texas Wonder cures kidney Hurplu fund . -.. 19,000 00 take and work so easily that they Undivided profits, let eipesae may be taken by anyone nt any time and bladder treubles, removing grav 3,411 11 nd taiea paid bank They thoroughly tone up the whole el. cures diabetes, weak and lyne Nat'l to o'hernotes outaunding - . 47,850 00 National Uanks Ihie 2,148.15 . backs, rheumatism, and all irregu- Due to approved reserve agent 25 04 system to healthy activity. uhject to check 91,400.81 Individual deposit Rexall Orderlies are unsurpassa- larities of the kidneys and bladder Note and III! rediscounted . 4,150.00 ble and ideal for the nse of children, in both men and women. Regulates 1218,051.71 old folks nnd delicate persons. We bladder troubles in hildren. If not State of Kentucky county of Lincoln S8: by your druggist, will be sent I. J. W. llocker rashler of the above namoannot too highly recommend them sold ed bank, do solemnly awear that the above to all sufferers from any form of by mail on receipt of $1: One small statement Is true to the best of my knowledge J. W. before constipation and its attendant evils. bottle is two months' treatment, and and belief. and sworn to1IOCKEK,me Cashier. Subscribed thlt 0, Two sizes, lOe nnd 25c, Remember seldom fails to perfect a cure. Send day of December, 1912. J. W. Hosklns, Notary Iutlic. My commission . t. imt you can obtain Rexall Remedies in for testimonials from Kentucky and marr ISth. 1910. COKKECT ATTEST: J. W. Powell. W. other states. Dr. E. W. Hall, 2926 O, Cowan, Edward Alcorn. this community only at our store Directors. Penny's Drug Olive Btrect, St. Iouis, Mo., Sold by tho Rexall Store, Report of the Condition of the Shajrars and Tanner. Store. The State Bank and Trust Company -. .. Loan and ditniunl - 372,Gfi7 Oierdraft ,ftrcured and unae .. 12.410 cured U H Honda to Mture cir ruUtlon - 100,000 Honda to orrnre kUI atTlnca . 3,000 Honda, aecurltlra, tie . 31.500 6,300 llmk houir, fur A fit Lie from National Hank 3,145 rrarrre ftzenta) 'not Due from Mate ami 1'rWato Jtaaka ard banker, Trutt Com panlca, and aarint. Hark 20 Due from aimrorcd rreerve aarnts 11.4H2 t Lrrka and other cah Itema .. IS Note of aither National Hank 1,00 IVactlonal pijier enrrrne. nickel 07 41 00 OO rilllBV as vSjV HIGHEST MARKET PRICE PAID FOR RAW FURS AND HIDES Wool on Cemmlnloa. Writ ter nrloj. AND HIDES Wafc-Jil- F 00 00 M 70 05 OO llUmertUnUlhUad. JOHN WHITE & CO, SSSSSS. Cut-Price ST 00 Sale will continue ten days longer. Hundreds of satisfied customers have attended, so if you come you will be satisfied, also. Sanders' Great LL.SMDERS, Oral) Orchard, Ky. War Declared ! ON PRICES. We now find ourselves overstocked on Suits and overcoats, and for the next 10 days' only we will sell them at cost and under cost Sam Robinson " "Our Personal Guarantee to all Skin Sufferers ' W hav been In bntrifiMs la this town for Kua time, and w arc looklnr to build up trad by always advlalai our II patroni tigbx. So when wa tell you that we have exam round tb rarnady and that wa back or. It with the manufacturer' II ataadclad ruarantae, baekad by ouraalvas Iron you caa depend upon It that wt ! our advlca not la order to aeil a few bottle of medicine to akin auftarara, but wa. know how It will help aur bualneaa U.wa blp our patroaa, Wa kew la atock and MIL all tha wM kaowa akia ramtxUaa. But wa win aay : " If you ara auSerina. from aay iggg or H no trouble, stuns, Baerlaata, m nsa. or tstvsr. w 704 ta try a run ae a-- imbtr, 1914. RESOURCES. Lotnt ind discounts .. . Overdraft, secured and on. aeenred Due from Banks Cash on hand Hank, house for. Interest and real TOTAL ,, ,, At Stanford. Kenlackv. coontr of Lincoln, at the close of business on 26th day of Nov $87,307 90 2.810 17,220 11.407 18.510 1,710 99 01 71 Shoes for Service Remember, we carry a full line of Barker Shoes forlyjen and Boys-t- he best shoe madl tor nara wear. V , , .. A 'ii. 47 39 1139,034 13 . v T r, ! ... bottle will coat you nothing. Tou alone to Judae. Again and again we have teen how a few drope of thla almple waah applied to tha akin, take away the Itch, And the curea all era to be D. D. D. Preacrlptlpn made by the of Chicago, la D. D. D. Laboratories oompoaed of thymol, glycerine, oil of wlntergreea and other healing, aoattiltwf, cooling ingredients, Ant, if, you are permanent. Capital stock paid In, la cash .150,000 ,, Hulnlus fund , 509 Undivided profit, lest eipeasea nu laxr paid ......., too Deposit subject ta rhflwk lltflll ttl Tim depoait 8,000 00 8C.914 item ana interest 0 mo i... -- i ,,.. 2,J8i LIABILITIES: 00 00 00 S(, ,..' ( II I I .t Ja,l 1 I Kk r ' wm DEE. j . ... ... ' i" ' " aa JTaaenpuon. . ' I . .,i.iii..i.i..i..i....niiasssssal SWMAUt 4 TARflEU, juat crasr with Itch, you will feel aoothed and cooled, tha itch 'abeelutejy waehed away the moment you. abbUed " i thla D. D4B. Wa have fatrt U laaevl by reoommeMtag true taaa a rameay to a aami tmM' there aaa we want y awr.t)aii-- r twtmh -x- -Zm L .i -i aui. laiar .- Mia, TOTAL 1 39,084 18 Stale of Kentucky Craalr of Llaoola Mi We W. L. MeCerty ad M B. Hana. Fre Mwt sad' Cashier of the above aaaaed.kaak, do solemnly ewear ta4i tae. aov:aalamJl t t; wspss. W. El PERKINS "? t MMftM. KlMNky. .fffi-- - ' life' rtj,s. V TT jiikij iiiffi lwi?gMwBaBrxJ--y-'ijaii.rag-ifix'.- ' ..agar aw jua. i.fcu..,.u.""w THE IHTCmOB JOUWfAl tTAHFOWP, KENTUCKY. TUESDAY, OECEMEB II, 1912 HOW MIDWAY T on Its 3 ' l.ifi"."l"."?i".",l".',;i?i",i ..?";?af.(:!a,1;M CAMETO LIFE A $20,000 Investment Boys and Girts. r IN MODERN SCHOOLHOUSE, Aoo Yr ConMrvto of Th li Futur Cltliant Hlth and MtnUlity Plinty ot Hoom to Play. Many rural communities feel tlint any building nnd noy xrouudi will do for acbool purport. Tlteso cotnmitnl tt, tM ! MVlC tMWMfttft UUMUItW; ! ,.(... ... .C3 far they hsro progressed In io ninny other Unci. Tho nvernito man will any when you prexx him fur a reimon for the poor achool equipment fn lit nelcti orbcxxl, "Well, that school win romI enough for mo, an' I reckon It'a pood enough for my children" Hit owfi homo. hi farming Implements, til -- nlli Ing Town DBin Thr tht Important .. .: .IT: S.S?J .. ;;' .. aV V '.a.j . aV REMODELING SALE 1 J A rmrffl u .i.rw'-''iii.' : .. aV :f. If I .?;: . Tjssy llIAimrUL 1MJORWAT. Iwinm ami nil olo In hts life hnve changed from a "tallow candle ntul homemade flail" ne. to nn "electric light nnd n uteiiin thrasher" aire. Tlirvo yean ngo Midway and tho Mir rounding country begnu to think It ira time to Iihmi a twentieth century kcIioo plant They began to feel thn l would be well to havo n building ni good n nny of their cburchei. At flrat the general public hook lti head nud mumbled under Its breath, lint gradually It begnn to kco the wisdom of the movement nnd nt Inst Toted thr fund necessary. While thu trustees planned u school That snouid to a credit architecturally they did not forget to buy enough ground to give tlm enercetlc joting aters thnt were to Ih trained nmple lbow room The Iwatitlful building tands well birk from the turnpike on the acrca of fine blue grass land Itehlnd nnd to one sldu of the ncIkmiI building Is a comfortable stnhlo stalled o hold twenty four horses. As Is usual In school affairs nil over (ho country, tho trustees built this HChool with rn Idea of Its taking rare of nit the pupils lu tho district for the next fifty jenrs Now, nfter only two nnd n hnlf years, they lire tieglunlng to ee tho untiirnl result of n Ann crow 1ng wliol iiplrlt Mining Ix'th children and parents Today the grade nnd two high school teachers nmtiage to tench and girls thnt nre en tho -- .'0 Imij-rolksl. This uiiiiiber Is Just fifty more than were enrolled Inst jenr It Is now plnln thnt the school ulll to ndd n new tenchor ench jenr In tnke rare of the sternly Increase, nnd In (he more jenrs nn addition will lime to lie built to tnke rare of the children "a m Clothing, Odd Pants, Shoes, Hats, Dry Goods, Ladies' and Gents' Furnishing Goods to be Practically Given Away. themselves. The goods class is positively to be sold. As we :". This that we shallno fake. remodel our speak for the inside, we Nothing but highreducegoodsstock, so everything have decided to store on have to our find in the house will be sold at and under cost. This great REMODELING SALE will commence . .a. !' aV aV Wednesday, Dec. 11 Rain or Shine :?i?: .r. T Lasting Fifteen Days Only-C- ome and Bring Your Friends. EE! ?- - . a We will on Saturday, Dec. 14, at 3 o'clock prompt, throw from the top of store into Main street, FREE!! FREE!!! Men's Suits of Clothing. Come and cath a suit-FKThis is a chance you may never have again. " v .?. mV lne .' We luiw u choice lot or iiiciih ami nuil ierconts .Miiing men n Milt- 'tli.it nuil ?:!" must sell ut $16.75 I' now tit Mii- t- mu- -t All flH, yJO nuil V-- Vj ?.-J.:i- ll', OIM.TO 74. 1 7 7T DRESS AND WORK 7 ji.tnt- - now -- d pniiu now -- ODD PANTS .$4-9- New Slickers -- .1.50 Fish Brand $2.48 $2-1- 5 innl- - m. Suit- ut $11-9en-ily 8 - worth 'rl I, $15 claim thnt tery few of those enrolled even try to piny triinnt Ample plu grounds, elmn, WArni sdioolroomH comfortable single desks, light mid plensnn surroundings nake school go ing less Irksome, nnd the Inivnthe for "plnj Ing out" hns been rcmoted Setcrnl schisils rolled Into one iiiiiUm tnnny things pisllile It nllows the kcImioI fund to in) for a reliable J.ml tor, who cnu hent. rlenti nnd enre foi us It should be cared for the pni-rt- j this jenrly lnerene, the triiMi-- ' .; a, M7.50 now 'i ul-- o lute some liioken lots llint '"' we cell now ut Knee. Milt- - pure Ho.xV high guiuV IS, fl.US, wool mu- -t -- ell now nt 'J 4S. ;.'J', I. IS nuil .'.!IH. Tin' nlioMt me of best ui.itle Hint sold ut --'." ' rl0.no. 1 "'' $9 98 mii1 1.50 p.int- - now -.'! piuit- - now . . . ft ... ... now . . . now ... Young Mens' 4c, 8c, LADIES The $1.50 Tin- - I MENS' SOX Ic, 15c, ISc and 33c. PUTEE RIDING LEGGINS $3.50 98c 79c U9c 19c $4.48 W.79 .$2.95 .$2.75 .5.225 Rubber $1 iiialtty now iimlity now : 111 now COMFORTS. .$248 .$1.88 "AUTO" SCARFS -- f'J.50 now $1.98 MENS' and LADIES UNDERWEAR llic .Mrmeiit now 50e t lie uimelit now Mens' and tl 79c 39c ISc Tlie '1 lie eaif nod $1 scarf now 50c scarf now J5c cmf now -- $'J.5o cntutorts now $2 comfoit- - now . ., -- 1.50 coinfnit- - now $1.'J5 ocliiforts now .I48 $1.19 . 84c Coats and English Garbadine. i'JM't, f.1.50, ami the $15 eo.it 93.! ao lit Tin- - - -- oiuuthiiii; new. l'iv tile jjunut'iit now NECKWEAR 50c, 75c anil $1 wear now ''"ic ueckuear now COAT SWEATERS .. ..39c 19c BLANKETS $5 blankets now . . $1 blankets now .. .1.5(1 blankets now . 2.50 bl.mkt'ts now $2 lilankets now . . $1.50 blankets now . $374 .$2418 Ladies' and Gents' eont sweater- - now $o co.it bweatei- - now to.it swe.ilei- - now $U eo.it MUMter- - lu.iv $1,50 io.it Mwuter- - now $1 eo.it hwentin- - now -.- DRESS AND FLANNEL SHIRTS $2.30 $1-8- .2.39 .51-8- '1.50 50 ....$273 .... .... MENS' HIGH GRADE SHOES Crossett Make Ci slioe- - llow . 1.50 shoe- - imtt --- line now $ l.'ill xlioe- - now 1 , All lulls in niiike- -. '-'i Stet-oi- is il-'JO- ? $3 93 $3.85 $3-3- 03, i'J.liO nuil , niul oilier btmi-ilu$1.50, $1.05, nl $1.29 39c. 79c, $1, $1.48 and $1.88 LEGGINS CLOTH AND LEATHER. 39c, 74c, 98c and $1.19. MENS' DRESS AND WORK $ alow- $1.50 ;oe- - now $1 .$1.39 .. 89c AND 88c 70c 39c ALL KINDS OF HAMBURGS GLOVES $1.48 $1.19 83c 39c EMBROIDERY Remember the merchandise. the PIANO to ary 1st, 1913. GO AT COST. S. VHHO, ui.KAOii, All enlieoe-, mo. Simp-o- 50e eo.it Some prices n now in date, the price, the 6- -, .V.V. : aV t.l $'' now . 50 hhoe- - now -- line- . $2.94 $2.39 Aineiiean mill Ladies now 5c yd l-3c ?' hlioe-- t n.iw $198 $165 Hleudi uittiiii- - lOe mill 12 8 iiiulil now 'J yd liae about 100 pair-- , oil the lmipun eoiiutei that - like fmdinj; 'em. See (he pruo. We CAPS 10e, :ile, 7')e, SlSe 50c uloe- - now .'lines now Call for tickets on be given away Janu- Don't miss this sale. LADIES' :'.:: , . . .'a. Island Rubbers and Rubber Bouts under COST to make room. Rhode mill uiiblenelieil Sheeliii1; iile.ulieil yd 22 now lletl tiek- - till kiuil- - nt enst. CLOTH FUR COATS, COATS NOW UNDER COST. SUSPENDERS AND BELTS 19c, 39c and 74c. ami $1.10. now Ladles' and Mens' Rubber at cost. Sandals Trunks, Suit Cases and Hand Bags now at your own price. tn wait on 5 000 neonle the first dav. Can vou helo us out? Wait for this sale and save money. You will profit and we will lose. Have employed 25 people to help wait on trade sjin xrn.-n- t sW: 1IIUWATK Hl!('(EHH. tho different grades uud limkes elllclent unci strong . . H hiluglng uinii) children to work getltcr It given a chiincu for the ihlld to doielop his xoclitl nut uro lu n group of his onn n ge 'Unit the school it t Midway Is a biu'tess Is to put the mat av A school thnt bus en ter lightly. rolled tlfty new pupils tills ear. Jlut . hns uilded tlfty children to the kcIuhiI popiilntion of Mldwny, that makes the renting of any kind of house lu the town an Impossibility, thnt lu two aiV nnd n hulf .enra docs uot show n Hcrutched wall or desk. Is u hugo sue aV Does all this answer the question of Ta.' Investment? Clin nny one eer llgure M)V strongo, men and women exactly what The nro worth? In u community A'.Vi school cost tho community KO.OOO. Is the money a good Investment (or Ild way? The answer can only come b asking nuy of the renldents In the ills trlct of those who nro willing to send their ehlldreii five or six mllea mid ...T.tf.T.i pay extra tuition to have them lu u I ! real lite twentieth century school. It proldes tenchers for ::?. '' SAM ROBINSON THE PRICE MAKER-NE- XT ". AW DOOR TO LINCOLN COUNTY NATIONAL BANK .5 vv Stanford, Kentucky m ;j.....-..w- . ,IV.u!li!!i::...:!i: . - j U HirwJm V 4. , - ,5- - - .. ':U " r m r .TH tTAWFWW WTEWtfl rtURWAL tTWFM, KEHTWKV TUEWAY, JCCEMJEB II, 1112 Call at T. D. NEWLAND, opposite Court House and get your winter stoves J. H. Baughman & Go. MANUFACTURE Flour, Meal and Shipstuff are dealers in Wheat, Corn,Hay Straw, Salt, Portland Cement and Coal. Prompt attention and your money's worth at alltmes. Phone 1 1 Stanford, Kentucky. Winter Tourist Tickets NOW ON SALE TO ALL WINTER RESORTS SPECIAL ROUND-TRI- P Important Liquet Law Expected from Cwifress Washington, Dee. 10. Reprcen-tntUc Yalcs Webb, of Tennessee will mnko n determined effort to secure notion on hi liquor hill parly in the short session of congress. Ho will nttcnipt to foeiiro final nclion on his' censure hy tho tinio tlio sciiutc lms hill disposed of the Kenyon-Sondeuliieh 1ms been net for a vote Do-- 1 romWr 30. The Webb hill nnd tho Kcnyon-Snmlohill prohihit the shipment, f liquor into piohihitiun ttntes for illegal purposes. Senators Sanders and Keuyon are expected to get nggrcisively behind their measure as soon us congress meet. Congressman Webb introduced his nienitire nearly tluec years ago. Lad ter, what is known as the hill was introduced. It simply embodies tho Webb hill with and lidded K'tia providing that there shall he no jiropcrty right in Mich liquor while in tho possession oi any railroad or express company or other common carrier in connection with nny shipment or transportation thereof in violation uf this net." The Sheppnrd section wns stricken by the tennto judiciary committee mid the Sanders amendment giving to the states police powers over unlawful shipments was accepted. Mr. Webb has good reason 'tt believe that the house judiciary committee, of which he is ranking member, and ,the house leodcrs will iiilirpoe no hindrance to notion on Ins measiue. With the Keiiyou-Sandebill and the Webb hill passed by (lie two houes, the minor differences between the two measures would he adjusted in conference. -rs rj Keuyon-Sheppnrrs A CHECK BOOK 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. Public Said HAVING SOLD OUR FARM. WE W ILL ON Can you afford to keep your money at home or In your pocket, when you can have, without expense, a Check book on this Strong bank? Lincoln County National Bank Capital $100,000 Surplus $100,100.00 Corner Next to Courthouse. W. H. SHANKS, Pros. W. M. BRIGHT, Cash. December 12, 1912, SELL THE FOLLOWING DESCRIBED PROPERTY AT OUR PLACE. KNOWN AS THE OLD HIGGINS PLACE. 3 MILES FROM CRAI ORCHARD, ON A COUNTY ROAD LEADING TO THE OTTENHEIM PIKE. One pair 9 year old horses, sound and nonil workers. I Black combined saddle horse drives well and works anywhere. I six year old hav mare a aood worker and In foal to a horse. I comlnq two year old bay (illy. 3 two horse waqons. I comlnq 2 year old horse colt. 3 turnlnn plows. I aood tonaueless comlnq 2 year old horse mule. disc harrow, I McCormack Cinder. 6 extra aood milk cows. I Walter A. Wood Mowlrio. machine. 2 extra Jersey heifers. 2 aood sets waaon harnrts. 12 head aood steer calves. 12 head nice heifer calves. 2 aood sets butrav harness. 2 Durec sews, bred ts have phis in i Mover buoav. aood as new. December. I new saddle. 17 head extra fine 120 pound shoals. I DeLaval cream separator. No. 2. 2 ricks of nood oats. 3 milk cans. 4 ricks of timothy hav. 100 barrels of corn. 50 bushels of aood potatoes. 1 Stanford, Ky. Resources $300,000 J. .T. II. I'AXTON, V. Pro. W. ROCHESTER, Ass't Cash Farming Implements. Notice to Stockholders The mutual election of directors Uf new Fll nd Wlnur Smp!t i bim of the National Hunk of Hustouvillc ttsnr tat roar Impwtlon. Thfj eoraprlf on th market. I fan lull anyone the will he held at their hanking house lo prltr who had hit ttothn made to or Jour on the second Tuesday in January nr Alo mil mad la clothee. atainre li Ihrra To ha? rradj and 1913. than J. W. HOCKKH mad lo meaiure doftn't cott enr moreconild mad. hn onallty end III ll rfdf Com. In and M no late roar 89-Cashier. wu rd. Fall and Winter Sultlnqs. bl lire. -- Dells! Delist DoJUi The Ladies' Aid Society, of (he Christian church wish to call jout attention to our doll baraar on Saturday, Dec. 14, in J. L. IletizlryV stoie room. All of the dolls will he n exhibition Thursday, Dec. !'. We will aNo have many hand made articles suitable for Xmns rrescnts. Mothers, bring jour children let them select their dolls. A cup of hot chocolate will be sencd all who who come to our snlc. As administrator 0. O. KVrt.UT, r PrfHrt! Tsdr J.L.Beazley HiHHTk'-?"-.0Cn7- & Co AND MANY OTHER THINGS TOO NUMEROUS TO MENTION Administrator's Sale. of Mrs. W. C. I locker, deceased, I will offer for sole three shines of bank stock in the Iliistonville Peonies Hank. Hus-tonvil- UNDERTAKERS AND DEALALSO ER IN FURNITURE, MAT TINGS, RUG8. THEY WILL FURNITURE EXCHANGE FOR ALL KINDS OF STOCK. GIVE. THEM A CALL. PRICE TSCHANZ BROS., R. F. D. NO. I STANFORD. KY. COL. J. P. CHANDLER. Auet. Kv. W. O. Sl'EKI), Adm. 3t-- FARES TO Florida, Cuba, New Orleans, Panama Long Return Limit Foil Stop-Over of Stanford Ky., to elect directors pounds. for tho year 1013, will bo held nt $7.50 for the second best. its banking office tho second Tues$2.50 for the third best. day in January 1913. II. C. Baugh-mnNo trash leaf or red sousidered. n, $25.00 In Gold Given Away R. Jf. Newland, the Life and Fire Insurance agent here, will give n tobacco show on the 2nd Monday in Stockholders' Meeting. January court day, 1913. The annual mcetin? of the Stock$15 in gold for the best sis holders of the First National Hank, of lugs to weigh not less than hands four Turkeys We are paying the highest aiR. modern for rout Mala vonr home fnmilv ns n nice residence, nnd olnco voureelf in a ooi tion to eet the Intent mnrkct auotn tious nt anv time. This run bo accomnlished bv means of our tetenhona pcrviro which vou and vour neighbors can cct for a turn that is small compared with the benefit received. Call )r address our nearest office or write direct to bead Quarters. Nashville. Tenn.. for information reenrdine our Hoceial "Farmers Line" rate. If vou are not nt tires ent euiovinc teleobone service, we can immediately interest vou. Our lines cover the States of Kentucky. Tennessee. MiBHiesmm. Louisiana nnd the Cumberland Tel. & Tel. Co. Southern portion of Indiana nnd Illinois RURAL TELEPHONES. FARMER: as Privileges. Cashier. 1)7-- 9. Three through daily trains to Florida, via Queen & Crescent Route. Double daily through service to New Orleans. Electrically lighted equipment, including Pullman Drawmg-RooSleeping Cars, Dining Cars, and Day Coaches. For details call on any Ticket Aent. Queen & Crescent Route, or apply to m H.C. KINQ, Passenger & Ticket Agent, 101 G. Main St., Lexington, Ky. Stockholder's Meeting. The annual meeting of the shareholders of the Lincoln County National Hank, of Stanford, Ky. to elect directors for tho year 1913 will ! held at its banking office the sec ond Tuesday m January. 1913. W. 97-iL Hright. Cnshier. 9. A. W. King. Danville, Ky., Judge. Talk with me about your fire nnd life insurance. R. ai. NEWLAND. market price for Turkeys Give us a call before you sell. rzrrz riKC L H. B. Northcott PHONE 153. white, clear nd teadr to tho Uit drop. "ur tl aako of everyone In tho family, tnilit on fcavlnr 8mokelea - Sootleu Odor- leae coati no more than interior inK-T"irfclrrt?. money, tour dealer bailt la barrels direct Iropi our on Tlurnj INSURANCE M. NEWLA1TO TAN FORD, KY. Sollte Lamp OH SURETY BONDS Stanford, Ky. oavta ejei;iave woru OH. IUur i 7rta, CHAS. C. Fa. IllctkOnaUOIL CO.. STOLL Motor OaMltee, LWKVRLL -- KY. NCart.- AeU Postea iiuniina Foroidden. or fishing upon our premises: Y. F. Scmonis, Wm. J. Bock, Fred VonQruenignn, G. Baumann, Chas. T. Willson, Ed Gooch, Lutes & Myers C. M. Allen. Ed Ballard. J. II. Carter, John aL Carter, Sam Castello, airs, aiollie White. J, H. aiyers. E. U. Hatfield, L. P. Nunnelley. Hcman Distili, Fred Beyer. Will Cordier. J. B. Chmenisch. ainttio II. Hewes, Frank Cordier, LOOK HERE!! We will sell Edison was cylinder records ns long ns our supply lasts We, whoso names are signed below, positively forbil anv hunting ' jhjfj WlS&M W IllBn L m" '2m&&IE& InSi lfillak 44 fflS nt the following list prices: Stuudurd Amberol 00-- 8 (two-minut- . . . (four-minut- oj .21c each 31c each E. C. Garman & Sod Logan Ave., Stanford Ky. iv Is theNicest This SeasonEverSeen inThis Section THERE IS 'REAL PAINT and also some stuff mixed with eheapcuing materials thut is not wotthy of the name. If yon have bad experience with tho latter kind If you Hon't want another. haven't take our advice and don't Buy our real paints . experiment. and save yourself disappointmeut and sioney as welL ? j A. ALLEN. ;stanftrd.Kv Adams Bros'. Store is Santa Claus' Headauarters. COME IN AND SEE OUR CHRISTMAS STOCK. a YOU CANT BEATOUR PRICES ANYWHERE. J. cTMcClary ;i Toys of All Kinds, Jewelry, Silverware, Tableware, Candies, Fruits, Nuts, Etc. Bric-a-Bra- c, ADAMS BROS. " UNtHRTAKER AN MiALMIR HUSTONVILLE, STANFMt KWTUCKY. KENTUCKY ; Ml" ' jJBLn.'i..' ifri7K..,75 JT.Ti.l'afiTi'K ti.AJTWi - .r 6 1 THE ITAHFIWO INTERIOR JOURNAL. STANFORD, KENTUCKY TUESDAY, Mrs. n. I), Carter nnd Mrs. W. S. Dcnham wero in Danville Inst week. Miss Lucy .Simpson, of Louisville is hero visiting relatives nnd friends Mr. Hello Dnltou left laFt week In Hpnd tlio winter with Mrs. Gar-net- tf at Cave City. Mr. nnd Mrs. Adam Pence arc receiving congratulations 5111 the arrival Of a little sou. George 1), Florence left yesterday for Somerset nnd Danville to look after somo legal affairs. Mrs. J. F. La Hue, of Louisville, r, was here with her mother, Mrs. for a few days. Mr. and Mrs, John Hright ' nnd children were in Paint Lick Tuesday the guests of her purcnts, Dr. and Mrs. lliiTdctto ltnmscy. Miss Florence Carter has returnn ed home after a visit to Misses Dnd-ileraTnrk-ingtn- DECEMIER II, 1912 HER FRIEND'S GOOD ADVICE i tee- - svBSBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBjBsy 1 J TB If You Value Your Eyesight Daaaa Yosi wMaepsie f SsjBse vn The Results Made This Newburg Udy Glad She Fallowed eaaaaal Suggestta. Christmas Goods. We have on display a pretty line of artir cles for gifts. 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 Files, 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. f raadinf tafe4a with a yew fa Lamp Asrtherieiea agree that a good Immm oH lamp ia the best for rsaaaog. Thf lUyo ia As beet of smbs aaeda, tba.reealt of yaara ef aciantWe rady.' It fhraa a ataady white light, claar, mellow. Mad of aaltd braaa, akkal pasted. Caa be Mftttsd without re- neving cnunnsy or shads, .msmy to clean and rawfck. A utflfe. STANDARD OIL COMPANY (hiiejijileif m li) ... rtJilMi.Mii, Personal and Sectal. MiR Elizabeth Iloltzclaw U iiito f her ill with grip nt Iho homo grandfather, W. II. Underwood near Hubble. MFA66ED-0U- Miss Opliclin Lackey, of Orchard, in uniting her relative friends. J. L. Ttttten wiih here o.mrt from Lebanon,' Blinking lmndn Crnb mid day, with r WOMEN IWUl Find 8 Helpful Suggestion In This Letter. run-dow- here Sntiinlny. Mrs. .lonti Hall, of Lancaster, who Do not neglect to get some of the has been visiting licr daughter, Mrs. hooks for Xmas gifts. 97-Ilohon Campbell returned home Hames Wednesday, For Sale ur Iteut. On January 1, .Mr. T. T. Martin, of Lexington, is tion. II, 1P1.1 my house on Main street. "One of my friends advised mo to here nt the bedside of his father, take Vlnol, and It has dono mo great Mr. Alex Martin, who Mill remains C. Hangliniiiii. feeling Is good. Tho tired, worn-ou- t all gone, and I am strong, vigorous ijiiite ill. Harry Jacobs tho Monument Man, Miss Ienn Palmer and mother, hns and well. The stomach troublo soon tho contract for a fine granite I oat heartily Mrs. Annie I'niitt spent disappeared and now Saturday monument for tint Intc Mr. K. L. digestion. I wish, and ha to perfect in Kirksvillp with Miss Tanner to bo erected in tho Mc.Kin-ne- y every tired, weak, nervous woman and Sunday could havo Vlnol, for I never spent Amos Willis. cemetery. Also a nice monuHew J. H, Jones hns returned from any money In my life that did mo so ment for L. M". Combcst at Dtinn-vill- e. much good as that I spent foe Vlnol." Chicago, where he has hefcn for 08-Marie Rlchvr. Detroit. Hit. treatment. His many friends nTO glad women and men to see him looking o much better. Thousands of The ladies of tho Baptist church ho wero formerly, weak and sickly Mrs. Mattio V. Kirby has arrived will owe their present rugged health to hold their annual exchango and effects homo after n visit to friends in the wonderful strength-creatine. of Vlnol. We guarantee Vlnol to build Washington, I). C. nnd Annapolis, bazaar December 21st, nt the 70a up and make you strong. It Md. She also hnd a pleasant sojourn Doors ipen at JO A. M. All It does sot. we lire tack your money. with her relatives, Dr. and Mrs. II. kinds of cakes, fowls, candies and Penny's Drug Store, Stanford, Ky. ('. Xunucllcy of Winchester. fancy urticlcs, nlso black caket 2. !)&-t- f. 1. g post-offic- Overworked, "fsssed out women who feci as though the could hardly drag about, should profit Sha by Miis Klchter's oxporlcnco. Bars: "LaU winter I was completely run down and felt fagged out all tho time, was nervous and bad Indiges- old friend. Col. S. T. Ilaris is nhlo to he out on crutches. Hi ninny friends wcru glad to sco liitn out again. weeka. A splendid selection of watches Mrs. Tol Walker nnd children, of Lancaster, havo rotnrne liouic after clocks, jewelry etc, for Xmas presSHORT LOCAL HEWS . O. Walker nnd family. a visit to 92-t- f. ents at Mueller's Mr. I'Mmislmi nnd Minn Snllic Lost. Meerschaum pipe. Upturn Crab Orchard wero ti) Don't foruet tho bazaar nnd x- this office. Howard. Kewburg, A1A. "For more than a year," writes Myrtle Cothrom, of this place, "I suffered with terrible pains In my hack and head. I had a sallow complexion, and my face was covered with pimples. Our family doctor only gave me temporary relief. ,A friend of mine advised me to try Cardul, so I began Uklag It, at once, nd with tho- - bast results, for I was My cured after taking two bottles. mother and my aunt have also used Cardul and were greatly benefited. I shall always praise Cardul to sick at Pnrkftvillc. women." Messrs. J. S. uiitl V. M. Mohley, and suffering a purely vegetable, perCardul Is Ho.Kiimoy, were in town Monday fectly harmless, tonto remedy for woof men, and will benefit young and old. fur n short time. Its Ingredients are mild herbs, har Mis'! Anna Warren has returned lng a gentle, tonic effect, on the wohome after spending several months manly constitution. in Paris, where sho has been workCardul has helped a million women bick to health and strength. ing fori lie Hoiirhon News. not, please Have you tried Misses May Warren and Knther-111- c do. It may bo JustIt? It you need. what Anderson went to Lancaster Wrilt Ini l.tUn' Mitiart Dtp!., putt-00Monday to nsit in the big sale that H. B.Mfdklnt Co., Chitlanooca. Tnn., lor Specialc Horn TrtaUMBl book. Initruetuml. and H. If. Ilatson is having. far Wtan," MM la puis vrapptr, n;wlU Mrs. ('. L. Cover and daughter, and have returned Mary Louise Our entire stock goes nt cost, honip after a visit to her sister Mrs. Hen.ie Ilielm at Louisville for tw.i Cummins & Wenrcn. ft phnuge of the Baptist church at tho post offico batunmy, December 21, Cakes candies and fancy nrticlcs for sale. Doors open nt 10 A. M Kvcry hat in at or 1)7-cost. Misses Strnub. our-storo 2. Severance & Son. Just the Thing for Her a m V i v . V is- To Iho ladies of the Christian Our Xmas goods arc ready for church. You arc urgently requestyour inspection. Ceo. If. Farris. ed to deliver all contributions to the bazaar on Thursday Higgcst bargain ever $1 lino of ChriMmns 97-morning, the 32th nt J. L. Beazley's plates now 50c at Farris. btore. Mrs. J. B. Foster. For holiday presents which will last a life time go to Mueller's jewOur stock must be reduced to dis90-t- f. elry store. & solve partnership. Cummins Wcaren. Use tho books by Geo. 0. Barnes, Evangelist for Xmas gifts: Beray-hlippFor holiday presents which will Xmns price 75 cents. Anglo a life time go to Mueller's jewIsrael lectures 75c. Order from Mrs. last store. 90tf elry Mary B. Craig, Stanford, Ky. 97 2. th I Christmas Present We have put on display in our windows the latest things in Stationery, Letter Paper and Envelopes. Nothingnicer can be found for a Christmas Gift Prices are lower than you will usually find elsewhere -- aBBBBBBdaBBBaPBBBBBBB? - iHfl B1 'bbsbV seBBZe OlWB'e'j ''"IBMMHBi-i bV. by I. M. Bruce, on Logan avenue. A. T. Nunnelley. 94 now occupied k service nt the Presbyterian church Wednesday evening Dec. 11. The Child's .Mid-wee- For Rent For 1913 pro-er- ty TaaV'-b-bB PENNY'S, You can buy goods from Cummins & W'earen cheaper now than you ever bought them anywhere. Citt or Toledo. Ldcu oocntt. f J. Chimt make oath Uut b ti tnlor partner ot ln firm ot F. J. Cuijikt A CO.. dome bualMM In Ue air ot ToWd. Comtr and Hut aiomaid. and that aakl firm wlu par tba ran of ONE HUNDRED DOLLARA for Kh and tvtrr aM 6t Cutaixb that cannol ba curat br tut at ol FRANK jiCHEREY.' Ohio F&i-t- x The Rexall Store. CONCRETING STin or B. PERKINS J DENTIST Office Over Higgins' Store STANFORD KENTUCKY. f, ar ia petition to do all kinds ot rueh aa Block Wark, Patcmcnta, ud in aci, caa (Mka anitfcii irom s how down to fenoa aoai. .AaH aid onr prion betot joa bar 7ml aaivil aat. ' W tt itonditionv Stale ffianc & urust Company STANFORD. KY. Resources: Loans and Bilb Discounted Furniture and Fixtures $93,256.27 3,982.50 1,885.02 14,528.21 2,810.99 38,076.02 16.956.52 $171,495.53 Svarn to Dflora mc and auMrrlDed la mj Uila tn ot Dtctmtvr. A. D.. ItHji 'A.WrfjLElSilS. , i"Tl dr ttntia, PHILLIPS lR0S;?:8ljifeH Ky. directly upon Uit blood and Bueoua aurtarct oC ttw arrtam. iknd tor tfatlmonialav' tree. r- -' r. J. CI1EMKY A OSVlMMdWa So4d br all Drucdau. lie lor inrtlpaUan. TUt UalTi FamUr-fUl- i Old in ige MJota iB fifs -- mi You want the test sallcv wtiefl you insure. See Fish & Bromley, Stanford, Ky. Insure everything. Ladies, do not fail to attend Warner's window sale on Saturday afternoon, Dec. 14. Beautiful hand painted china, pastel pictures and many pretty articles will be on dis 97-- 2 play. Mrs. W. K. Wnrner, Cummins & Wcaren are dissolv ing partnership and are slaughtering prices. I MM,-.- Liabilities: Capital Stock Surplus Undividnd ProfiU Rents and Interest for past six months Rediscounts Bills Payable ; Deposits 1 1, The FIRST NATIONAL BANK, of Stanford is tie eWest institution in this section of the state, having been organlieiT March 9, 1854. A bank to have stood the panics that have occurred ia 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. Oar patrons, and they are many, will testify, to the fact that We take care of the in a wanner both pleasing and satisfactory. Yonr patronage is respectfully asked. Remember onr pledge? of courteous treatment and honorable dealings. Onr directory includes some of the most prominent business men and farmersv ia1 this section of the county. Try us. !i- - c- - AUGHIIAN. Cashier. ' T. HARRIS, Vley W. W. SAUNDERS. M. J. n. HARRIS. leikkeeHr. f . For the next ten days only we will J ji Geaeral Expenses,. House and Lot Overdrafts, secured and unsecured Deposited witk Natieaal Banks Cash m kand 1 v $50,000.00 500.00 227.92 2,845.05 Nene None 117,922.56 $171,495.53 Fell clothing and overcoats at cost. Sam Robinson. Select your Xmas presents nt 97-- 2. Total fetal M 00 rendering to $ 0& semi-annu- al divi-aien- d: man had an attack of muscular rheumatism in his shoulder. A friend advised him to go to Hot Springs. That meant an of $150 or more. He songht for a quicker and cheaper way to cure it and found it in Chamber lain's Liniment. Three days after. the first application of this liniment he wns well. For sale by 0. L. A Des Moines se At Cost will iU our mtkm stock of Dry Goods, NotkwM, Skos, Ett, at absolute cost Tkis scasoa's newest goede, Netluaf reserved. We 'need the .wejey mean business. TbW m tbe) beet opportunity you will ever kave te'save money. Strictly a cash prejpfeideaf. Goods charged witt"bMM'artNYe regular price i ji r BEGINNING Monday, Oct 21st, Wo take pleasure in the public an account of the condition of this institution close of business, November 30, 1912, and hope that you will remember that we at tho are only two years old. dividend, 3 per cent.. July 1st, and placed to surplus, .We have deolared $600 to Undivided Profit, $227.92, and are rqady to declare our second r 1913. of 3 per cent. on. Jktnuary-letyou for your ruture ousiness, we are i Thankinfc you for past favors arid asking I, i ' ?of n'u' i semi-annu- al , ad i r Seme Hay Bell, of Stanford shipped to the Wilkinson feed Co., at Haver- -' sham, Term:, this1 week a carload of timothy hay which brought him $197.50. The 'eonsirasaent consist- S. J. ..!.. t ?. i:r:.V'i J-- i i i i State Rank & Toutt Company- I fsjn i. v i. jnriat MJ ed'of'MO bales asd! was 'said ky the freight' at Hbwlavd, wHere it was shipped fross, to have been the The lot weMted 38.275 Hughes, Martin I c Co. seat est. -- r, w I .- v- tt p ctr a- -r' aitniora. t rH f, J. i I 3fTYi Uiiiiiii niiwwiijunniinK. h ;'" . " .iw,t.i..i' nw.n;i.n ...,..-,r- ; SPH?'wiwHiB G Danville Tobacco Warehouse Co. WALNUT STREET (Incorporated) DANVILLE, KY. days this wrek with high averages. A few of our Lincoln county friends who made good averages on whole crop arc. Hammond and Cox Lincoln county. 935 pounds $139.46 average $14.81 S. P. Stephenson Lincoln county . 950 pounds $144.16 average $15.17 3350 pounds $49.84 average $14.35 R. M. Biackerby, Lincoln county. 1495 pounds $20620 average $13.12 North and Lay Lincoln county We solicit your business and 630 pounds $119.46 average $18.97 Jno. Alien, Lincoln county ..1380 pounds $22625 average $16.30 Josiah Bishop Lincoln county promise you a square deal Daily AbcHob Sale of Loose Tobacco S. M. Wilkinson, Lincoln county... 745 pounds $124.80 average $16.75 uootie and messer, Lincoln county 1755 pounds $274.63 average $15.71 Geo. Shelby Lincoln county 2055 pounds $281.84 average $1322 Brinq vour tobacco to the DANVILLE TOBACCO WAREHOUSE COMPANY on Walnut Street, and act the HIGHEST MARKET PRICE. LARGEST LOOSE LEAF HOUSE south of the Kentucky river, and the BEST AUCTIONEER in the State. I59JM0 pounds sold In two '. H. C. BRIGHT, President. FARM AND STOCK NEWS Win. Mntheny, of the southern t'nttlo for the court day markets heic Monday begun fuming in late part of the county, bought of difSaturday afternoon nnd by dnrk ferent putties' u hunch of stock cents, and sold there were about 400 quartered nt shunts ut Ntinnelley's big stock peim near the to Peel Bros., of Jessamine, n go.id d beeves nt ." - Ic. depot. 1 layers were on band early lot of nnd those who came in after 0 JI. I). Holtclaw, of the Walnut imfrliiiig I4IIUUI tut Flat section, bought tif Latham & ovr ititiimu pick and ehoiee of the Saturday Burton, of Pulaski, n drove of 20 consignment had been taken up by d steers nt ti cents.' Holtn-clathe out of t.iwn buyers. delivered to Clell Coleman, of A fair market prevailed, however Mererr county, n Imncli of 000-- I tlirnuslmut the day. Logan Thompti'niders at f cents. son disposed of n bunch of feeders Josiah Anderson, of the Preach-iirtvillto Hill, of Onrrnrd county, at 5 1 section, sold to Liiwsoii & cents. Mitchell Taylor, of Doyle, Prown, the Oarranl traders a hunch D. Whitelmuse, of the bomrht of J. of I boss, flint averaged 13S each. Miiiio cuiiiity, a hunch of 100 pound They paid him six cents u pound cattle nt ." cents. for tho porkers. Alto-- e Littrcll, of Clark counJamcr. You ell. of the UVif Knd, ty, nnd Pee! Hnv, if ftolo n marcjt on the othors nnd by delivered to J. I). Whitchouse, the early "candle light'' picked up good BojIp county trader, n bunch of bundle weigbimr nil the way from .13 700 pound cattle average, for cents-- J. N. 400 t.) 700 pounds at pi ices ranging which he recehed ;" Vunhaal: sold t.) Hatfield Bros., a 4 to C cents. from mules for $180. (1. K. Lutes sold to James pair of jttuliug Mrs. Broaddits, out on the Danville county, a AlcfVinnnck, of Casey bunch of steers nt fi cents. F. L. pike, sold to J. A. Spoonumorc some cents. Thompson sold to McWhorter, of fat hogs at 0 Shade Wilder, ivho has ten acres Onrrnrd, a lot of g.iod heifers nt I 1 cents. They weighed 500 lbs. on Senator It. L llubble's farm, of ltankin nnd Son of Hubble, ship- what is said to be the Illicit white ped to Odessndnle, Oa., last week a hurley tobacco grown in Kentucky carload of mules bokight hero ,nf this season, refused a b.)iia fide prices ransing n round $1."0. Reports offer of l.l cents a pound for it here from the Southern market are not Saturday. lie says he is holding it very enl.mraging nnd shippers nrc nt 29 vents a pound. Tie believes refraining from sending large con- that lii, crop will weiuh close to 20,000 pounds. Experts, who saw signments (south. J. K. nnd R. T. Bruce delivered this tobacco early in the season, bogs weighing 280 pound at $18 predicted that it would make a crop and Mr. Wilder is said to Pick flentry. of Boyle, 20 contract bogs weighing 280 pounds ut .fS per to hne obtained as good results hundred. 2 to J. S. Bnughman weigh- with it as were expected. He is un- ing 40." cadi ut $7.50, 1 to Dink Far- 1o.mi1J ria. yet whetllT lo whi it mer weighing f00 grounds nt 7 cents privately or take it to the Danville . or Lexington breaks. the red listed stock. -2 700-poun1'700-pounw It-tf 1 U- -4 -4 . -2 3-1 mug-iiilicc- nl ALLEN HIEATT, Secretary and Treasurer. W. P. Kincaid. the well known local tobacco buyer, paid Harry I). Frje, of the Iledgevillc section, 1H cents u pound, for his crop, last week. .Mr. Frye had about J'.OOO pounds (i ft li0 weed, and had it m nice sluic. lie will deliver it to the buyer at the warehouse here. It. ('. Arnoh the local stock denier. Imiight of II. B. Davis, two fat cows weighing 2,000 pounds pnjing .:i.G." for them: of J. B. Paxton an 800 pound cow at It 1 -', of J. B. Sears, (,uc weighing 87 pounds nt lie; one of John (rtioch thnt weighed pounds, ut Ic; a Jersey of Mrs. Craig (looch ut i?IO and one of F. Myers weighing tlOtl pound at It cents. -4 II. It. Snuflcy, Stanford, Ky. Fur Snlc 7" neres of land thtec Price miles from Crab Orchard. .fo.50, inquire W. II. Mueller, Jeweler Hronze For Sale. turkeys. Mrs. W. F. Dishon, IL F. 95-U. Ho. 1. Phone 55-- F For Sale. A lot of pure bred brown Leghorn white Plymouth nnd barred rock pullets nnd liens. Mrs. . O.'i Mu-llie- Sam Mntheny Iwujrhl of A. H. a yenilinj: mule for $li!i. J. Frnnk Smith "wild to Hubert . Lay, n work mule for L. O. King sold t.) W. 1. Hi" ton, il on Onrrnrd a biineh of 'J,r JiotTi nt 7 cents. IJ. D. Iloltzdnw has shipped to the Gnclunntl market thw week three car loads of hogs and cnttle. The to 0 4 cents boRS cost him 5 nnd the cows 2 to 1 cents. 1-3-- Freak Ear or Corn brought to this office Saturday iiu car of corn Taied on his fanu near Uosheu thnt is in deed a freak of nnt inc. The car is not of extra length, being only 10 inches, but the circumference is ex-t.ctly count to the length and there j arc thve distinct sics of kernels oil wic cm, ivuiK ii i lie upiieiiriiiicc of IwiviiiL' hceu in its growing state at least 2 separate cars and some piessurc having brought thinn together, it ctmsohilaled into one. The cob is'not round, but is sound from nil appearances and on different pints ure to he found clusters of iihiiut half u !o7cn kernels, each of which are somewlmt separate from the rcM. The freak wcishs 1 4 pound", contains 20 tottr and is very highly prued by Mr. (looch. PUBLIC SALE I lining decided to quit farming, I will sell at the It. L. (lose fanu 2 miles from Dnmilln on Stanford pike J. M. Gooch 1 Tuesday. Dec. 17, ut 10 o'clock sharp tlm following irroiierty: .r good work mules, 1 brown marc, 2 sows and 4 pigs, 1 sou to fnriow in Jiiinmry, JO shoals that weigh 7. or 80 pounds, Jersey bull, :t calling heifer 0 good Jersey milk cows. All these but one nrc of the Sidney Iunbnr stock so well known in Lincoln and Boyle Ky. Some counties. are duo to li J. S. KeKITTRICK. fresh in January. Three cultivators Phone SS8-I. 1 good roller, 2 cutting harrows, 2 smoothing harrows, 1 one horse drill .'I good turning plows, I rnke, 1 mowing inachiiie. II double shovels, L two !iore wagon, 1 corn planter. 1 hay frame, plow gear, I phaeton, Used but little, 1 buckboard, I hog box, No. 1 good turpouliii. Some household furniture, including 1 onk Hirfelnin lined refrigerator with 17o pounds of ice capacity, onk bed room set, mulling, tallies, couch and other things too numerous mention. TKU.MS: All sums under $10 ensli "Hit that, tin ff months time, with negotiable note at 0 per cent payable at Farmers' Bank. Danville, 1 Black Leg Kills Calf. t HERE'STHEHOG 4 ill BOURBON REMEDY-CO.- . n Lexington, Ky. Knclosed flad photo o( ho that wan cured o( rn-i- r, chotorm with your Bourbaa Hoc Cholera Mn medicine, and then wn entlralr cured, losa of .art. tall, etc. The hoe Is owned by Mr. SkfleiKwlsf. ol Bowline Green. Ky. He wtS be clad to rive you a testimonial, aad we can ret several more It you want them. JBNKIKS-SUBLETT DRUG CO.. Bowline Green. Ky. Thlt hoc wn almoit dMd tofor ntinc cs Re Phillips, of the Walnut Flat section, lost a calf last week from black leg. The animal showed signs of sickness late Thursday uftermion nnd died in a few hours. Mr. Phillips upon investigation found that the trouble was black leg, and immediately vacicnatcd all his other cattle. A jenr tmo he lost a steer iroin the same cause hut vaccination prevented any further spread of the mulady. Farmers and cattle dealers .generally would do well to use every precaution against the spread of this contagious and dn.idly disease. Mr. Phillips has no idea where or how the calf became infected. TB UULBY for handling tobacco. Has plenty of room. ?rrc. BH(1 Loose Leaf House at Lexington, Ky. 11 modern appliuncua unci facilities Railroad connection with the house. Gots the highest price for tobacco The Latest;, Largest and Beat of Looso Loaf Warehouses. Careful and courteous attention guaranteed. Como to oo us. MARKET OPENS TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 19TH. Atk Your Druggist (or It. Shunars & Tanner. we you have a bilious attack Chamberlain's Tablets a trial. They are excellent. For sole by Q. L. Penny. When J. D. CLARK, Manager. WATCH AND WAIT !! rs--i " FOR THE BIG DISSOLUTION SALE "w Cummins & Wearen, Stanford, K: Mr. .Wearen Will Retire from the Business-- A Bona-Fid- e i H iMII Sale to Dissolve Partnership. ! I I hi Clothing, Shoes and Furnishings-- A 1 , - I ULK. l4y UrLJhr Full Assortment-Wa- it 1 1 I Uli TUIC RATE Until THE CHANCE OF A LIFE TIME ! few dolluw, hut a jT ! SOU.UUU.UU K""" i Stock to Bo Thrown on tho Market at tho Morey of tho Public AN OPPORTUNITY YOU SHOULD NOT MISS. ITAD (jUf OU AKAJN I C hVT-XnPIof- mentnl note of, nnd tome to ee the nierihiinilUc. whether yon tue in inunediiite need iiRht while to mnke Thin unnouiifcment Ik worthy t vour ('miilfriition. lti leully worth your vee sut to mise utnihuul importuine (nt this linu. of year) require u little explanntion; un exphiniition with n elenr truthful rin'. Now, jiiht hotween we two: A niiei'lnl Snte of siuh li.tmi.i. W'v vat to have it ill the next few diiyr. mid that without fail. i.t " " .. . .. ' .'". ' '"" i ..ii .. 41.!.. " ...,..-im m ima , roerfnnuaise, now iinu Our stock W iinini'iiw! ut these prices., ought to bell -- .$10,000 will just ulioiit linn the triuk, nnd theiefore. we've made the price tempting euniiKh good helliiiR like We've fuleulated that ten days uf iranneut, every pi ice and cery We AXTT17I? We nsbure ench and every purchiiher mtisfnetion. nule. fruiiuuitoe everynnd frarment in the house murkedstntenient here made, nnd we will take hack, exchange or Evl-in plain figure. ON'K l'KICK TO ALL. Kvery urticle butifactory for any icason whatever durinj; this i n0w or not. money, not just n te . i... meu-hundis- e .....J """" .i.u . to nttiact your attention. refund money on nnr purcuaae un hi 1 lVHa Our store will be closed on FRIDAY, DEC. 13, to remark and range for the big sale to commence SATURDAY, DEC. 14th. ar-IXI- LI Ten Days Only. Opens at 9 o'clock a. m. ' Saturday, December 14 CLOTHING, SHOES AND FURNISHINCS CUMMINS ic WEAREN, Dirt Fail ti Ii Hin . 1 &1 H T" i STANFORD, KENTUCKY i VflLUJU