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J t -- 1WHDEI) 53D YEAH. JCO. 00 The Interior Journal STANFORD, LINCOLN COUNTY, Paper Will .Stop When Subscription Expires Watch I Your Date and Renew mptlyj Yuri KENTUCLY. FJItllAY, DECEMBER 1 13, 1012' TUESDAYS AND FRIDAYS. REV. WALKER GOES TO ANTI-SALOON COMPLETE WORK Colyer Laid up for and Mrs. Logan Moore, that was ltiwlllf Imrtinil unma Vonl'd nmi Iim- Winter-E- ast Will Settle Senatorial Matter In Few Aipelfrts Detaates From Amount of Raises Small in Corn End Items. event Slut iirdn V nfl flrimnti. ii n lil Days Probably DeKentucky awl Whisky Men oarfson With Former Years-O- ver ',lcn iU il' fllRht to M ,t(M,k -- ood' D. No .J, Dec. D.U'' Stoic, it. Prcuehersville. Dec. ll.-- Our $1.000-00cember 19th. of Property Criticize Hkn. 1I.--L. Lane, of Kiug' .Moun-'ntt- i, living """J. "W" n,n,! ,,,t!,,er horacr , lL friend, Mr. Roscoc Colyer, who driM'H u produce woun, "' ' r.arics nas moved mio me Creek, had some pretty I 0. L. I'ennv, chairman or the 18tli " t'ejar n few days Tlm Boon! of Supervisors for th pslcv property llov. I). M. Walker leave Jicit ho bought some throiigli this section got Veiy paintough luck since. Mr. timo hn received Colyer had jiint butchered his Senatorial comuuttr since. He lived here several city of Stanford, composed of J. 9. week for Washington, where ho will seriously scald; fully it' nut here meat curn ago, nnd we nro glad to wel- Haughmnn, W. C. Shanks nnd II. R. e litu la placed u snii can full ol written statements filom James L. hogs und a lot of neatly sacked attend the nationnl convention of coffee on an oil heating stoto The Hamilton, of Gurrard count v. nnd hanging iu the smoke liouxo come him back. Suufley completed its labors Tuesn League, having been the Often when rending the Interior day coffco being closely confined in the f It. Anderson of Hoyle commit- looked like a nice addition to the afternoon. They made a record appointed one of the delegates Journal, we arc amused nt some if can, t,e united steam and c.tplodca ting themselves to abide by the re- winter lnrdcr. The night after, hun- the funny nnmes by which some ol for brevity of service, completing in from Kentucky by Gov. McCrenry, in his lace us ho was lilting tlu cup gry dogs scratched under the floor two days the entire summary of together with a number of other olf the stove. The contents strucK sult of tho committee's action with und entered the meat house nnd the Stanford people nro designnled the property list of the city anil 'DRYS" WIN him full in tho face, which doubtless leferenee to the contention between completely devoured nil of thfl sau- for instance there is "Hig Foot" hearing prominent temperance workers over in ono day eomplnints ffom ," will injure his pch. He phontd for those two gentlemen ius to whether sage, but were considcrnt" enough "John Kennedy" Buckskin Hill the state. Rev. F. M. Tinder, of Overwhelmlnq Maloritv Aaalnst Ills nile who camu immediately uf-I- n it is Hovlo or Gurrnnls timo to hnve to leae the premises without monnd others we ennnot cull to lliose whose property had been raisLancaster, was also mndo a dele-ga- t. mind iust now that wtnick us as ed. This rnisc is the smallest in the democratic nominee for Senator lesting any of the pork. bun. Sale of Liquor In Pulaski mnny yearn, due of coursn to the A number of local tempciunce Col. J. P. Chandler told us that from this district. A stated in the Mumps still prevalent nnd the old being right funny. We" remember fact thnt property owners for the workers rnnde up a pur irave iir Somerset Ky Dec, 11. Returns he took a sack of corn to the mill Inst issue of tho I. J. Messrs. Ham- und young nrp victims. Mrs. Nancy some 30 jours no, when we were their lists nt full 80 per cent ns repurpv? a of ,lfryitii Kv. Walker'., complete met liein on from nil precincis in Pu- Inst week iillil wit pllillini uii the ilton 2nd "injBrsoit (5. W. Nnylor. at Stanford quite often, that there quired bv luw. Mr. N;..r. wpenxa to mid fr.ma the convention. Tiie ioiul uswch-ineMonday ami reached a decision to who hns wife ofsince arrived be'VJ2(i for July, duy laski long at the was a colored porter at the Myers amounts to something over n In coniipction with the appoint- "dryrt" county019 show the "wets", tho 21th plowed ofor even without ever in leftve their contention to the House, known as "Lancaster Foot". being a ing n hoe honor of grandmother is ono of the million ment of deleimtea bv the governor mnjority nnd 2,305 for tho local opf dollars and to this will committee for settlement, iiitent sufferers. of for the field. As we have got progresThe strange part It was said of bim that it mattered n Convention, the to the but Climrnmn Penny declined to call allot it is that the good woman has not wlia direction his face was be added nbout $20,000, the amount held sive politics we will term him a supervisors' rnie. John M. Louisville Herald nv thnt such nn tion cniue in the election Thern is trrent roioicina progressive farmer until some one the body together until written had no posMhle chnnec to "catch' turned, one foot would hn pointing of the tho city und his nssctssed net linn "riled' tho whisky men titoiio statements weie filed with him by the among tho temperance do pin ucr suggust a better name. ujI being nwuv from toward Lancaster. Tho Herald suvs: Evangelist linrnes in company book is u imxlel of neatness and He did not question home for some tiuip and no one with Floyd Morgan suld his intercut in both parties tile victory. When Gov. James H. McCrenry, n Only one precinct in the county his tobacco crop to his father for the sincerity of cither jmrlv, but the ailment then or mucp, being u with D. It. Hrown, pnsseil through precision, while the closeness which few days ago, appointed delegates town Wednesday of last week en ho covered tho territory sIioWh that voted "wet", und thnt was a prein cash und u horse aud bug- felt thnt he bad no right to net upon recent caller. lo rcprencnt the Stnto of Kentucky cinct in Somerset, routp to McKinnev. He hnd iust ho is the nght man for tho place. which "no n gy amounting to something near u eibal reipicst. n .Madam Rumor, knowing old gosnt n eonferenco of tlm "I was given n good deal of trou- sip she is, says wedding bells will closed u meeting of 10 days at Lib- City Clerk Hughes, who la occumajority of nineteen. in nil. League, scheduled to ukii in Wash- ''wet" pied for years that position, procounty shortly ring for two by cnH'in Jugcrnot precinct the tho ling ofWin. Dychousc, of Prcnehcrsville, ble last ear of l'rcaclicrs-Mllo'- s erty Baptist church. He hns been nounced Mr. Stono's work as thorington. December 10. ho throw tho fnriil liv lit ''itrvMwon fur tin ltiit ' engaged to do cvnngclistic work in was hero with his son, Fred this committee together to act on n mut daughters. fairest gauntlet to tho liquor interests of showing, ns not the hounds of South Kentucky As- oughly completo nnd satisfactory. ter iill.l the paitv at whoc instance n "wet" ot was w eek, 'hurley Nnylor i visiting hu tanumllo nnd the entire "tnt of cuxt in tlm tirecuict. its sociation nnd the board 5s to be Cluudc James was elected stcre-tar- v it wns culled refused to nbidp .Mrs John Hell, at Ccrbin. Kentucky nrcordintr to infonnntio Says Beckham is Sure Winner Thero are now about n doen of the Pine Groo Suuduv action because it did not suit him, John ('. Colsoil, of Point Lick is congratulated on securing the ser-icreceived in local whisky circles. Clnrenco Fugozi, the popular reof so ublc nnd eanjest mnn of but I had no recourse ns I had no isiting his brother, in Somernet, many of them School by a iinaiutnoii-- , otc and it meuns that the 0. H. Colson (Jnd to do this work. Wo attended presentative of the Strietmnnn BisTlux pniclirnllv I do not niit if hnxiiig rerriilly gone before Hit City was n good selection, ns the little hi it ten ngi cement. iiinl family. Oovernor nnd the prrvnl state company, was here calling oi licciir-nuy muddle would result (mucil and secured thnt man is shrewd mid energetic, lie is for The Baptist bietlneii at Heeeh three services nt Liberty nnd can cuit and tho liquor interyear, but the uttorneVH fur tho J"M ten enrs old. from inv call in the .Senatorial mat L'iov0 called Rev. A. C. Haird to the testify to his ability to present Urn the trud Thursday. Askc' what ho ests of Kentucky am out nt outs "drys" say this will nvail them hears of political conditions over truth of the Rible and deem it safest to have nil pnstorato of their church 'i'obacci stiiping is all the go ter, but for 1013 of salvation by grace. tho doctrino the stnte, and whether an opponent nnil thnt soon there will he boiiio Ho is also iiuught, us the legal salo of intoxi-fliniu this section, wince the leccut parties slnto their views nnd ''"sires Hake's creek Baptist church at complications. v fearless preacher writing." said Ohnirmnn Penny a and de- would contest the senatorial nomiis prohibited as soon ns the The chief cnuse for complaint vote is ennvussed nnd certified by rniiM as there was very little donu iu The clininnnii will cull the meet- this place will call a pastor Satur- nounces sin in terms that are nation with Beckham, ho said: to the weed up until thnt time. day. All members urged to attend. tho netion of Gov. McCrenry ncninst "What's the use? Beckham has He discards the use of Hoard. Mike Long, the hustling fur buy- ing for Stunfoid und tho duto will Hnptist Sunday school booming gloves view taken bv tho the Election according to the in dealing with wronr doing the race won right now. Pco'"1 nro mndo no ef- er, of this section is up iu Harlan probably be nest Thursday, Dec. 19. under the aide leadership Tho wliihkv people appointment Stipt. nnd hews to the lino without rgnrd for bun this time who were never of whisky men. is thnt the fort whatever to carry tho election, county, buying furs for tho the next though he hn not fullv determined Thos. J. Camden, assisted by a of the delegates by the Governor basing their hopp for ultimate vic- tell days. for him before. They know that bo about the Intter proposition corps of efficient teachers and of- to thebyfulling of tho chips. Wo were ho won the nomination nnd was degives nn imprcmioti thnt the State tory told several persons there thnt it is claiinpd. on the nllcgcd ficers. Their rayer meeting ser- his of Kentucky lends approval of the illegal calling of the election. The sermons were being endorsed bv frauded out of it. Its up to the J. NELSON GRIFFIN vices on Wednesday evenings nre League. n cnuno of the question will l)o taken to the courts ihe best people, in fact all admitted democrats to .niake tlin nomination A GRAND OLD MAN interesting nnd whisky men point out that before tho licenses The that ho was doing the kind of good, nnd they realize it. Beckham who The Hnptist church here Gov. MeCrenrv went out of liiawnv conduct saloons in Somerset expire. Father of Mrs. E. J. Brown Passes will win hands down." Is W. F. Camden, of Waynesburq, bus been without sueh service for preaching thnt wns needed, nnd thnt Away at Rockcastle Home Washto name the delntos to the Mr. Fugnzzi lived at Frankfort good would result from it. Ho will remorr than n dozen years, when a tnke up the Who has a Great Record ington conference. Ho wan not r a number of years, but now resides MRS. POLLY L0VELL work shortly nftcr very beneficial prayer meeting wns Mr. J. Nelson Griffin, one of the quired under the law to designate ,nnd hold meetings nt several in LeMngton, nnd nlways takes inoldest und most respected citizens In the person of Mr. William F, conducted by tho late Rev. W. T. R. points in this and anyone lo nttend the meeting. Whili Lincoln counties terest in politics. IIe is one of the r Lincoln ton nnd others he had the right a n private citizen Passes to Christian Reward at Home of Rockcastle county diud nt his C'nmden, of nnd labor throughout th car at most popular traveling men who Near Hall's Gap homo in MuTetbug last Fnduy morn- county boasts a citizen who White. J. F. Holtzclaw. W. T. Sut- - different points. argued, still it showed bad for it is come to this part of tho state. Eugcne Duvnll and Woodsou Caring of the infirmities dun to advanc- consistency and steadfastness nnd hi part not to sny judgment on penter arrived last week Mrs. Polly Lovvll, w'ife of James ed years. of tho Christian virtue enn not bo excelled to the interest from You will find that druggists every Marksburv Deceased was 82 years old and anywhere. Thin venerable old gen- Oreensburg, Ind., nnd will spend the people nt large to place tho entire Lovcll, died at her home near Hull's. Miss Mary Chestnut spent last whero speak well of Chamberlains Gup Monday at noon uftcr nn ill his entire life was snont in aud tleman wns born nt Wiiynesburg on winter with the homefolks here. attiRJnte of Kentucky in n false week, in Danville. Cough Remedy. They know from n I mm ii Mureiburg, whero ii was I'eb. I'll, iaa-j- , and wus consequen.it.. Oln Nn!ur ttnu uuugtiler Mr. Homer Pence hns ' returned lung experience in the sale of it that tude. would hnve leen proper for Deceased wu 6(i years old und since well and favorably known to every tly 80 yeurs .old his last "'birthday. Miss Carrie, visited Mrs. Elizabeth from a visit to It in cases of coughs nnd colds it can .relatives His entire life has !"cn spent thero Darker, at Crab Orchard. him, nrcording to tho complaints to early womuuhood hud been n con- citizen. always be depended upon, and that He was a successful fanner nil surrounded Jones L. Anderson and family enstom establish- stant member of the Methodist by his family and hnve followed tho Miss Ola Doolin is confined to her it is pleasant nnd snfe to take. For llesidcs the hubbund to his life und reured a large family friends nnd no man enjoys to a have moved into the residence reand thrust church. ed by his prrdecosors bed with muscular rheumatism. sale by G. L. Penny. whom bhe wus wedded li" ears ugo, of children. Hcsides his wife- the greater extent the confidence re- cently bought of J. H. HnllnTd. Mr. aside any advancement from an Pence .Mrs. Lovcll is sunned by seven deceased is survived by ten out of sulting from his years of upright Ballard moved to his place near parties .'54Bros., bought of different thnt would tend to create Something. Good. This head of cattle ranging in children three sons und four daugh- twelve children rcun'd by this good and integrity thnn does hero in Garrard. elnsn feeling. weight That bright, breezy and spirited John L. Kennedy sold his farm to 5 2 from4 000 to 1,000 pounds for Apart from this, the liquor men ters, und they hne the syniiuthv couple, and nil were at the bedside Mr. Camden'. to ."3-cents. when the end curoe except two, who It is doubtful if this or any other W. II. Cummins and bought a house William Blanks sold a mule colt Irish comedy, "The Jrish Pincr," ns not only will fiend out their petition of many friends in their loss. presented by a company of the clevAfter services by her pastor. Rev. are now residents of Kunsas and community has a better or more con nnd lot in Crab Orchard from Mrs. true conditions in the t ecplain the to Henry Hutchinson for 77. erest fun makers will be the attracstate, but thev will delegate certain C. II. Greer, Tuesday afternoon, the Florida, and were denied the sad sisteiit democrat. Ho cast bis first Elizabeth Barker fo $G00. He will W. L. Doolin bought a horse nt tion at the opera house, Thursday. m ilege of being with their to Washington when the remains were taken to rutrvicw vote in 185.'! for the lute James S, run a grocery in Crab Orchard. men to i Stanford for $150. Dec. 19th. The comedy is one of parent in hw last hn beC'hrisman, of Wayno county, for eonferenco is held and lnce the is- cemetery aud laid to re.st. Mr. Sam Kemper died of 'pboid tnose rattling humorous conceits cause of the grcut distuuee separat- Congress and binco that time has Sidney Allen was riven 3."5 vpnrs sue fnirly tnd squarely up to the ing them. Mrs. E. J. Hrowu, of this uecr failed to support every man jnnd Wesley Edwards 27 years ia the fever and was buried at Kansas which ia ever nonular with lovers of in Congress from Stanford School Honor representatives City about two weeks since. 116 I fun nnd is filled, to the brim with Roll For November. plnco is his oldest daughter and whose name appears uuder tho dem- pen, which make the final convicthe Stnte of Kentucky. In short the son they will work for the Senior. James Cooper, Lillian bad been with her father for several ocratic emblem. Not even a school tions for tho llillsvillc, Vo.. court- wad place. of Mrs. Iva Kemper of charming satire1 that tho Insb charthis menns this days before his death. acter is so well noted for. and, in defnt of the Kenyan bill, pending Mueller, Hurry Rcinbnrt. trustee receives his support unless room murders. Miss Pattio Belle Burke is teach- written along now lines and crowdv more The funeral services were con- he is a disciple f Thomas Jefferson. Junior. ltobcrt Carter, Effie before congress, which holds ing a select school near Brvnnts- - ed with interests and surprises. The Ilaughroan Elizabeth Mathcny Mur-io- n ducted on Saturday afternoon at Pleasant Point than ordinary interest for the For 20 years Mr. Camdn has ville. Miss Burk is a graduate of action of the play is terse, vivid and his late homo bv his t.nn.iti.lnur been a deputy under County Court Lcngue people by reason of Grimes. Wo are having a nice rain here College. I Pike .of the Alnretburg rapid; the musical numbers bright Sophomore. Harry Farmer, El- Rev. Clerk Cooper aud his conduct of th nnd wheat crops, were looking bad- Hamilton the fact thnt it is fnvornblo to their Rev. Nash, a young man just en- and catchv; the specialties presentnnd therefore, detrimental to len Ma a Holtzclaw, Mary S. Cook, Atetuouist church, nftor which tho ul'fairs of that important ly. ' cause office tering th- - ministry preached at the ed bv the Company nre he, interests of the liquor trade. Sallie M. Craig, Mary M. Rancy, mortal remains of the good husband have at all times been absolutely bomo of tho rople around here the mechanical effects startling ar.d and father Were consigned to tho correct, neat in every particular are getting pretty meddlesome, I church here Sunday morning. Duvi-- i Mcltyberls, Muyuio SinAiniu tomb in Mnretburg cr- f gleton, licssio Moore. Wavnesbum and his records kept so clear that it think, if they would clean around pastorless nsurovo church is now hilarious, nnd the special scenery Rev. Powell the for carried for the production is ap- ir Freshman. Prescott Brown. is no trouble whatsoever Rev. 0. L. Minks, of Stnnford. to trace their doors beforo other peoples' mer pastor has resigned the caro $1,200 FOR MISSIONS of prpprinto for the locality of ea.C--l Guines, Jesso 1 locker, Muud preuched nn interesting sermon nt a record of deed or inortgan from they would do ngrcat deal bettor. same. act. The attraction will carry fts Baptist church Sunday morning Arnold. Wo all hate to see our ood friend lioguitung to end. . the Robert Spenke Many years ugo Mr. Camden unit- .Mr. huy Johnson leave ais he is a from Lexington, has just returned own Orchestra nnd'Grecn UniformGrade 8. John Cash Hcnly Cash Assured From Members nf Stanford Ha nnd his wife were guests at W. wherfl he has been ed Band, which will announce the. JoA T. Embry, Matsy Grimes, Nellie ed with tho Christian Churcn This Year Iiaptist fine man und a model neighbor. It. Singleton's. to sell n load of tobacco. lie rearrival 0f Ihe Company x on Mauu V. McKuticv, Jean . Hill, Lcttic Mr. H. II. Singleton nttended the v. u. urium is improving ceived 13 cents a pound church and has for a lornr time act for it. street and give their superb cticer Martha Raney, Maurice cd in tho capacity of clerk both for nicely and is a nice clever merchant birrinl of Mr, Van Orsdcl nt Lcxing-to- n Paxton, The Stnnfnril Phrisfinn nlnirnli Mr. Walter Hogg died at the homo in front of tho theatre in the evenTucker. Friday. broke all records Sunday wheu it tho bunday school and church. Wlmn ana Uoes everybody n"tit. of his father, Mr. Kelley Grade 7. ojart Arnold, Leo- laid the foundation of a fund of n young man he led to llnneu's nl Mrs. II. IL Padgett is roing to Monday raornin nt 2 A. Hogg, last ing. Bring vour wholo fnmily and Messrs. It. Curtis, T. S. Reynolds M. of a onioy an evening h nard Hnllurd, Anne V. Crnig, Fran-ce- o of two and a half- nnd E. L. Gndbprry went to Mt. $1,200 annually for the support of tnr Miss Emily Martin, a sister of leave us and Mr. A. IL Long is go- complication of diseases. As a rehours of pure solid fun, nt the usual Embrj't Lee Mershon, Nuncy K. uio ing to occupy his house with a fur- sult of tho typhoid in the fanner's nuto Sundny Alex mission work or tno denomina- liiiVf. .Martin. Of this ulnce. and thnv ho has bceu popular prices. fovor Rogers Powell, tion. Such a .McKinney, Annio lived happily together through niture store. nfternoou. a cripple for about threo years ami ly at the usual Get your seats earBum from this church Clarence Singleton. Mrs. Mitchell is improving 6low a great sufferer. Ho Mr. W. D. Johnson, of.King's Hello Hus-sell-, nC nil those years, though denied tho will tneiin itt lnilivulitnl wuiitii-irwas a mem or else you mayreserved toseat sale, I.V. Grude tl.-Hester Anderson An- one tnihtKinmirv in tlm have Mountain nttended church hero Sun go way fmM happiness of offspring. ber of tho chuch at this place. Mr. back nnd stand np. Though udvnnccd in nette Wcaren, Elizabeth Carter, and two others dnv. pari support iu tho Ctmdcn is a remarkably age, Mr.- er Mrs, Murphy passed over the riv- Hogg was 22 years of ago and ex into n belter place. She was 94 pressed his willingness to go. Tho doctors nro kept busy now ns John It. McKinney, Mnry Heck, Ra- iioino nelil. well urowhen How to Succeed thcro nro several cases of pneu- chel Hill, Tildcu Cooper, Thelraa The raibilll? of this fmul nnw nu sorcd man and his vcars rest as wars old. tho summons came. Francis. Miss Laura Horton's best fpllnw in tho Fork Cemetery He wns intored monia in tho neighborhood. the climax of a week missionary lightly upon him as many a man ten During thn last few years, condi-lo- ns Monday after Grado 5. Mao Gover, Francs CUUlDUlim Work- - Willi nnlnlil., Ii.n.l. years his junior. He in a farmer hai, come in from Bloomington, Ind. noon alter a short sorvico continues Mrs. C. G. Cnldwcll in all lines of business, every nt the Connney, Sophie Snunders, Grace Or Of tllll flpiiniTlinntl.nl lirvrn W in ! very ill. n home by tho pastor, Itev. J. W. Mu-ha- professional lifo, have chung'ed liminr his a small wuy, and still looks nftcr him nil would not bo so taking her back with him, as Tho Y. of A. orgnnizod a lode Atchley, Funiiio McL'arle" Sadie the good cause. Forty-thre- e affairs with vigor. In many members ways ho is completely that evory man is waking hero Friday night with nbout 20 Wcaren. an exceptional person-ug- mey nave been corresponding for oi a congicgution ol over "Jo0 up m mo xaci tnaf in order to win lllankenship, !. Jlertha n tvpicnl old fashioned fcouth-er- n somo time. Grade members. A TEXAS WONDtfl. the bum of $U00 Sunday success ho must 6pecializo and gentleman nnd it i good to look Mr. Chnrlev Dvo has been nn li Mrs. Alico Gooeh and littlo rrand Murv Hruckott, Georgo Fleeco Ear- and pastor, Uev. D. M. Walker is The Texas Wonaer cures kidney to do somo ono thing nnd do learn upon one of his kind ns they are sick list. it well. visiting ns, Mary Pcttus. Thelinu Powoll, confident that tho additional son, Ilnrrett Caldwell aro $300 now and bladder troubles, removing gray So it ia with any article that is Shanks, soi'Kin can oe Vic Goso Smith, Margaret rapidly yielding to tho ravaros relatives in Danville. oiuainoa fiom the el, cures diabetes, weak and lame sold to the peoplo. William Tote, Joseph Wnlter. tl must have Tho school nt this plnco is oi uino una ero long thoro will ba PARISIAN SAGE STOPS of the membership. genuino nice- 1- under Prof. Giililnnd Grade .1. Gladys Arnold, Kuth-erin- o Tin's sum of $1,200 is a notnblo noiin left to jnspiro tho younger DANDRUFF AND HAIR LOSS backs, rheumatism, and all irregu- vertising merit or no amount of adwill maintain thn .Umnn.i larities of the kidneys nnd bladder llmdy, James Iinuglimnn, Hen- increase over tho with reminiscences of the nnd IVof. Whcoldon. mission contribuarticle. Messrs. V. S. Denson nnd W. D. ry Itnughuinn Lucilo Carter, Jose- tions of tho Stanford Christian halcyon din-- , f the South before This Great Hair Tonic. Grower and to both men nnd women. Itegulates for thomany years we For phine Gooeh, Elizagcth Greer, Ma- church of the past year, which the war. have wnthl Gooeh continue ill bladder troubles in hildren. If not Beautlfler now Sold all Over wore Mrs. Vernon SinMoton of Dnn-vill- mie Hutchison, Muttio Hell Kinrnid. about $.100. sold by your druggist, will be sent with much interest the remarknblo America. a iccord visited her parents Inst week. STOP THAT ACHE Grnde -'. Adelaide Proctor, . by mail on receipt of $1 : One small Swamp-Roo- t, maintained by Dr. Kilmera Raney, Murv K. Hockor, the great Kidney, LivC. Could Shout for Joy The Oiroux Manufacturing Com- bottlo is two months' treatment, and Drives off a Terror Any aclio or pain in nnv part of er nnd Bladder Frances Fish, Lee Davis Fibber. "I want to thank you from tho pany of Buffalo, N. Y. American seldom rails to perfect a cure. Send very beginning Remedy. From the . Tho chief exocutionor of death in Hell, Jennie bottom of my the body cun 1. Matilda Grndo the proprietors hn.1 henit," wroto C. D. Quick Relief bo relieved with Shipp's mnkcrs of PARISIAN SAGE, have for testimonials from Kentucky and so much months is Harnett, Olgn Cnmonisrh, Mjiggic Ruder, tho winter and spiing ' confidence in U that thev Liniment. $100 reward 'authorized 6f Lowisburg, W. Vo.. "for if it fails pneumonia. Its ndvanco nro Hrackett, Katherino Kinenid, Jas. the and tho purchnso price is the. prico 0. L. Penny to refund other states. Dr. E. W. Hall, 2020 invited every ono to test it. freo o"f to nny purchaser if PAR- Olive street, St. Louis, Mo., Sold by cost, beforo purchasing. colds nnd grip. In any attack bv Paxton. Murv Louiso Stone, Doro- fromwonderful double benefit I (jot not refunded. Try it nnd see. GOo Electric Hitters, in curing me nt all druggists. ISIAN SAGE does not banish f, one of theso mnlndies no time should thy Tribble, Lucilo Wnlkor. It is a physician's prescription. Shugars nnd Tanner. stop falling nnd splitting hair Thoy hnve bo lost in taking tho best medicino Primury. Annello Carson. Shanks of hoth n scvero cose of stomach filo thousands trouble nnd of rheumatism, from nun scnip lien. ...... letters roceivedonfrom former suffer-of Mary tw. .i obtninnblo to drivo it off. Countless Farmer, Maurice Murifliy, Foils a Foul Plot which I Imd been nn nlmost helpi!')iifSIAN ,SAQE will do of thousands linvo found this to ho Dr. Louise Woods, ers who are now enjoying good in less sufferer for ton years. It suitWhen a shameful plot exists be iiinv h iii iMuuiuin n new crowm i .ia muscular rheumatism l.Ikwhhis Bhoul- - health "My husKing's Now Discovery. iviah nlvtrM.T as a result of its uso. . " ...vim m.t.acu iiiui a o KO lo ed my enso ns though mndo just for tween liver and bowels to cause dis of hair if the four root is not nlrcady Hot Springs. Tmt meant an Sweet Florida Oranues Howovcr if you wish first to try band believes it has kept him from mo." For dyspepsia, indigestion. tress by refusing to net, tako Dr. nnd wil preserve- tho natural hnvinff pneumonia thrco or four Tho Hrookor Rrnnd is tho best Pens0 of $1C0 or more. He sought a sample bottle, address Dr. Kilmer timos," writes Mj?. Georgo W. Plnco Ask your grocer for tho Drooler jaundice nnd to rid tho systom of King's New Lifo Pills, and end such color of the hair. for u quicker and chonper way to & Co., Bingbnmton, N. Y, nnd kidney poisons thnt cnuso rheuma- nbuso of your system. They gently It puis tho rndmnco of sunshine 'euro it and found it in Chnnibor-inf- o tion this paper. They will menRawsonvillo, Vt., "nnd for coughs, Ilrnnd and you will get the sweet gladly . Electric Hittera have no super- compel right action of stomach, livthe hair and makes it beautiful Iain's Liniment. Thron .lnv,. nfi- - forward you a snmplo bottlo bv moil colds nnd oroup wo Iiavo novor found est ornngo that comes from Florida. tism, Try Every bottlo is er nnd bowels, and rostoro vour nnd Coed to look nnnn W'nm,... ..!, them. l,n r:st m''-m.c Will bo glad to toko your orders ior. nn,ilm.i:n ui u.:.. luuiiigiit. ubsolutoly free. .! for nil bron-li!Its equal." Guaranteed ...u ...si r, , ,, una ., " .. I .. ,,1 . .,'c ui; use" ii onco uirow 'nsiuo all"""' "nu he was well. For sale by Q. L Pen-n- il Kegularsizcs Kguui jccnugs. affections. Prion SOa nnd SI. nnd bnko your Xinus cakes for you. gunanteed to satisfy. Only GOcts at ..cm. others for sale at all dm. ' . 09-- 2 ' SO druggists. all druggibts. Mrs. W. C. Withers. Phono 101. cnts nt all dealers. . ' ny. TrinI bottle free at nil druggists. nnd $1. (Adv) .' When Pot of Bollintj Coffee Exploded in Face of W L. Lane. Which Roscoe 1 nan-sngst Anti-SalooDal-tonnt Scn-ntori- nl Anti-Snloov. Anti-Snloo-ter. cs er 1 ts Anti-Snlood. of'-thos- p New-YeaWiij-nesbu1-be-Io-Anti-SnloGcr-truilo Mo-riaI'm-min. sub-scribo; pro-gress- in gen-rntio, Lo-lits dnn-drnf- CONVENTION General News Notes dyJohn Fnllis dropped a box-b- f Hi bat was namite at Frnukfort. the only remains found. Lieut. Allen (iulliou, son of Editor K. A. Gullion, of the Henry county iocnl, has been appointed military commandant nt Sfnto University by the War Department. At tho National Progressive party Conference in Chicago IIiIh week, it was decided to mnkn no cumpro-miof nuy kind with tho icpubli-rnn- s but to put out full county und stnte tickets everywhere next yciir. EYES BADLY SCALDED I8TH DISTRICT CONVENTION TO MEET HERE.' DOGS GOT SAUSAGE Tlm littlo MifMI'lwn. CITY SUPERVISORS Mr. infant daughter, of J1 t:.T i.-- "' A ex-de- - nl ....., . gists-Ojcen- ts' "Ty 4 ri , fcfe Oi 4 if '"Jt''jS rf1 .V ! BawaB ,... Bjsacjasi5rexw j. jAipi" t. ,;,S...i ' """ i .rWjRawaBaiPT " -- ' ' M MaMataafeeaaatoa?3lrr' Trr V r ,,CSBr,i THE IHTCBIOB JOUWWAL STAT OWD. KENTUCKY. FRIDAY. OECEMfEW 13. HL The HILTON i Interior Journal. M. A CHECK BOOK easier to carry than a wallet fillecl with currency, silver or gold-I- t adds dignity to your transactions and gives much satisfaction. Checks arc of no value' except to person in whose favor drawn. Gin you afford to keep your money at home or In your pocket, when you can have, without expense, a Check tak M tMt Strong bank? Is BACrLIT- - Preprletf Christmas r , l A YtAK ll BTKIOTL,! IN ADVANCE n4 rl Knltrtd mil rmtfftt m(lr w at fftenftra t i ' 85 Gifts IS NOT the price of Th anaotinenitnti In thli rtHw are ol candidate lor atie, aubet,to.tk aetfein ol No'aaaonneaaBaati lh I)mxrlie primary. will t made, nnltti paid lor I adrancal V For SttiU Stnaltr -C it AXIlKKHO.Y Fcr VIKOll, M. 8. IIAUUlIMAN B. W. OIVENH. U. WEATHKIUTURD T. J. HIM. ' Political AmKHmcuwiili' Lincoln County National Bank Surplus $100,100.00 Capital $100,000 Corner Next to Courthouse. W. H. SHANKS, Pros. W. JI. BRIGHT, Cash. Stanford Ity. Pre. licsourccs $500,000 tor Shtrtf Brfnfllr, MeMULLlN. t w J. J. I'AXTON, V. W. UUUHKSTER, H. AH 81 Cnoh. fi IT! live in the hearts and minds of some one, that we are not forgotten. However small the gift, if given in sincerity, makes one happy. To those who mant to make gifts a GIFT ITthat makes us appreciate it most, but the mere fact that we still J. tur Ctvlty Judjt T. A. KICK II. P. NUKT1I THREE WEEKS MORE In Sam ;)-s"'J- ,:il.'i -2- 20.801 JO.'JJ.. II 10 IT..8H0 82 81 6EUK0E DKDOUUE DINK FA11MKH WILLIAM II. UEHTEK W. A. CARSON Far JiUfiit V. B ttr petton Jttitr rAunisn Robinson's Contest Dinner Sets Awarded. Two 1111.13.. 12 811114,58.1 15,170 l.i.8".i l Ihv Mtura o( Dr. Fiere' Parerka rrMcrlptlon th otM mMJf lor women which contain no ateohel and no hbU.(onnln dntfH. Md trom tftir medicinal toreat rootle Dr. Pierea tell ita avtry Indrediant on th Prominent phfaielana and tome of the bett medical authorities andorae theaa lnredlcnta at bclnf the very beat known remedlea (or ailmeata and weakneaaea peculiar to women, tuw vuri mm. ii uorrKT, or 1onipitroM, Ky mvyai "I feel It mjr duty towrlto and tell you what yoyr medicines havo dona for tnn, I wu a groat aiifTerec trouble jiecullar to women, but I nm for alt yonry from tliitiikfut to aay, utter Uklaa; (our bottle, of your ' Pitvrlti Prescription I dm not bothered With that dreadful dl'cam any morn, I feel llko a neir woman. When I first w mti yo l forndvlcn I tnly weluhed 11. kiiiivU now I weluli IK. "I thank you very much for your kliidneas. Yon havo lircn A a father to mn In advlatntr mo what to do, no may tfod ble yu In every effort you put forth for rx1. "I horn (till testimonial will m tbn tiican of antnn iir mifferlnit wninnn isklnir bealtli." Mm. CorrrT. edition, anawera hoata Dr. Pierce's Medical Advlter, newly revlted ol delicate queattona about which every woman, alnfla or married ooibt lo know. botata-wran-p- r. FOR WOUIEN ONLY. Tkt ur.rrn R. U. DHONAUOn 1. U. BANDIDOE J. IL nooNK W. T. OARKEK LAFK MOHOAJf 1. T. GRIFFIN VM. C. I.ONO L. BKCK M. OWENH M j il 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 ard Bags. I'. . 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 50 $5; Cowhide Suit Cases, $5 to $12 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 Silk Sox in is drop in your card. 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 name--a- t 50c the pair. Men's linen handkerchiefs, put up 6 in a fancy box for 75c the box; a finer one, 3 in box, at $1.50. Silk handkerchiefs, in fan-c- y 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, and 1 unlined, wool lined, silk lined 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- The finest tribute we linve ever paid to Gov. Dcckluim since Iiis announcement for Senator comes from the jcn of Editor Loiuh of Iho Bow-liGreen Jlexsenffer, and which was reproduced iitftho I. J. Tuesday. Kditor Leiijh kflpv llcckhnm at Frank fjrt ho intimately as to have the true Kiiuirc of Ills ci outness and we, ourselves, waw enough of him personally durinu' our almost hix years residence at thu state capital to know that Leigh's estimate of the man U not one hit cxuinrcrated. And by the way, uu want to bay rif;ht here that there s hardly an editor in the state who can put the ptuiueney in his parncraps that the Howling Green Mc?scnccr man does. I lis editorials arc all wins of diction and the points keenly cut, while h'1 ahili-t- y to preach a henaon in print is eipialed by none in the state. ns Misses Mary Hello Spoonnmoro nnd Mary Ellen Anderson won the Iliuuer Seta offered in Sam lttjbin-honPiano Contest this week. All couteslnnts utc now register-iiia larue number of votes. Notice the lurue bonus this wqek, same as Vurh"-r.- l Ik-- !. Finim and win for Xmas. He sure anil brine in all votes next week us wc change " color entirely and your votes tliat vim brin? in lato will not count, as we must register nil votes. Every day in order that wo can count the final vote without any trouble. Don't The ask for votes in the stoic. stnndiiu;. V R Low Round Trio Holiday Fares. By wav Queen & Crescent Koute. Ticket on snle December 13, 14 17, 19, 20," 21. 22. 23. 21. 25 and 31, 1912, and January 1. 1913. Kcturu limit January 0, 1013. Apply to nearest ticket uirent, 0. 1". C. route, for full information. W. A. lUcklor (1. Blizzard Fronts. Lap Robes, Horse P. A Cincinnati. 0. The Lincoln At lteport of the Condition of County National Bank Blankets, Foot Warmer and Heating Stoves are in demand now. Call and see us. I 2 :t 4 :tt),920 251.S7.. 1348.305 44 45 48 . l.ioii.oo.-4:1.5711 l!U25 17,005 40.035 357,095 5 l" JH.lb'0 258.2.M fifi0,342 4051,1)30 40 4780.455 745,15.. S 1418,040 15 !)l,7:i0 11 10.100 . 1.151,01.-10 15.810 - 44,420 5048,115 54 51 -- 49.105 5249.000 53290.305 18.040 1078,175 1753.305 18105.000 10 21 55252.505 5050.105 57 49,705 5850.005 53 00 01 (il,3(!0 2014.870 12.000 . 02 A dispatch from 'Washington says 2210.125 23 15. 105 that Congressman Stanley is corn-in- s 24 15,305 home in i few davs to announce as n enndidnte for I'. S. Senator 2553.445 2040.105 amiinst Beckham. If that's nil the 27 40.355 business Stanley has in Kentucky at 2- 8- 45.205 this time we'd advise him to ny in 0340.325 Fractional paper currency 0448.335 nickels and cents . ... 0540.405 Specie $15,109 00 oiJ-49- .280 19.405 40.005 jtcins 47.875 Notes of other National 40.705 Banks Stanfoid, 111 the State of Kentucky, at thu close of business November 20, 1912. Resources: l.oaiin and discounts ..372,007 07 Overdrafts, secured and 12, 10 41 unsecured C. S. Bonds to secure secure ciiVululioii ... 100,000 00 Bonds to secure postal mi vines 3,000 00 Bonds. Securities etc .. 34,500 00 Bank I1011-.5,300 00 fur & fix Due from National banks (not resere injents) ...3,145 81 Diip trom state and private bunts and bankers. Trust companies and savmus 20 00 banki Due from approved reJ 1,182 70 serve nirciiU Checks and other cash 1 W.H.Higgins Stanford, Ky. 18 05 1,970 00 43 17 00 Sanders' Great of-satisfie- Gut-Pri- ce Sale ds I.eirnl-teiul- er 08 71 0750,505 Washington and attend to his ties there. du- 20220.095 3017.055 3! 15.210 17.810 Redemption 0952.805 treas (5 notes SOI 7072.080 lation) fund with U. S. ier cent circuTOTAL 0010.000 5.000 00 ; will continue ten days longer-Hundrecustomers have attended, so if you come you will be d nd CoiiCTesMiinn Campbell Cun-Iri- ll :13 47.005 wants to make himself inihtv 3 445.270 stronir with the country press of the 35 43.810 wtate. he should endorse Col. V. P. 30- - 750.805 Walton fin Postmaster a Lrxnur 37 40.14'. '.'IS 40.025 ton. If 3244.885 77344.285 78 79 n TT"... I.., , 7351.05 7419.700 7573.045 I'apitul TO .H ! 505.588 Lij'uiiities 97.295 75.005 Mock paid in Surplti t nnd t.'ndividcd profit. less .. e- 100.000 00 100.100 00 - i, L. SASDEUS, Crab Orchard, Ky. Books Make Nice Presents We have just received a large number of all kinds of children's books, picture books, 3 ; j and also the latest in Novels for the grown-ups- . Nothing is better for a Christmas gift. . expeif.es and taxes iaii 7,531 '21 National hank notes out- staiidinj: 1)8,500 00 Duo to other National hanks :t,75l line to State and private banks and hankers 'S27 50 Individual deposits snliject to l7."),03:i 13 check Demand certificates of depo-- it The Greatest of Clothing and Shoe Sales now Going On. Prices below cost not to quit business, but to remodel our store. These goods must be sold in the next 15 days. Everything must go. Very large stock to select from-al- l NEW Trade TODAY and SAVE money. 15,'iOO (X) ' Postal depoi.it- .105 :i7 100.42S 50 Mills pavahle. iiicludiuir cer- Ml Wll! .. tificate- of ilci.)-money borrowed it for 05,(100 . 00 47 TOTAL coln, ,SS: I. W. M. Ilriu'lit, . $505,588 - State of Kentucky count- of Lin- PENNY'S, The Rexall Store. cashier of the iiaiiird hank, do solemnly nvvcnr that the aboe statement is true to the het f mv know Icdirc W. M. ItKIOHT. Cash'r and belief. Subscribed and sworn to before hid this 4th day of December 1UPJ. W. W. Suuiulers. Notary l'ubhc. Correct Attest: S. .1. Kmbn ,lr. J. N. .Mcnefee. J. II. I'axton Dnectois. aboe Winter Tourist Fares are now available to all dstiaations in the South and Southast, Famous Staae Beauties horror on skin eruptions blotches, sores or piiniileri. They don't have them. For all Mich troubles e Ilm.'kltMi's Arnica Salve. It glorifies the 1'iicc. Kxcellcnt for Kezema or Salt Itheuni, it cures soro lips, chapped hands, chilblains; healrt bui ns, cuts and bruises. Unsurpassed for piles. 'J5 cents at all druggists. Look with u-- Sam Robinson Shoes for Service Remember, we carry a full line of Barker fcJhoes for Men and Boys-t- he best shoe made for hard wear. Southern Railway. Tickets on sale daily Limit May 31st, 1913 Ask local agent for full information regarding variable tour tickets. Pullman sleeping car line will be established November 24th, as follows: Ar. 5:40 1. M. 12:04 Noon Lv. St. Louis 8:10 0:15 11:10 8:20 Louisville Chattanooga A M Ar. Atlanta P. M. Ar. Jacksonville M. Lv A. M. Ar. via ECZEMA CAN BECURED! 1 Will H. J. Prove It To You At My Expense. C YOD WHO ARE SDFFER-1N- AUK TIIK TOIlTUIU" OK Ci.GUA. WUOSK PAYS 8I,i:KI'U.SS TUB TEUKIULK MADK WHOSE MISRKAULK. NI0HT8 AKK UY 1TCII-IN- O. McRoberts i - P. -- Ar. 9:30 Lv. 0:45 Lv. 5:10 Lv. 7:10 A. M. P. M. P. M. A. M. WtllOH TICK ATM L'M HAS CUKKD I1UNDUKD8 WHICH 1DELIEVKWILL CURE YOU. IWIUiBENIl IT UUKNINO PAINS. LET MB BEND YOU A FltEB TRIAL 0I-- TnK J. C. BEAM, AGPA. St. Loots, Mo. PllRK. POSTAQE TAID. WITHOUT ANY OnLIOATION ON YOUR PART. JUST WRITE UK A LETTER, Oil BEND YOUR NAME AND ADDRESS ON A POSTAL CARD. I WILL SEHU TUB, TREATMENT WEE OK COST 10 YOU. J.C.UU7ZULL.I3JW.MiluSL.Ft.Vajrue.InA W. E. PERKINS Crab Orchard, Ky . . i . lEHai ia ' rih ' . - t.-- ST , V II I ' HIS pD SOLUTION S3HKI3CI s TIE DAY COME V :!: J au. ALE .. . v ?ifc: .. Wearen wilt retire from the Business. SAVE THIS AND WAIT! il. ?: Saturday, Dec. 14 ; .- Farewell Festival of Bargains ins at 9:00 a. m. Necessity Knows No Mercy! Cummins I up-to-date & Wearen Wearen will retire from the Business. -- .. . THE TO DISSOLVE PARTNERSHIP Having decided to dissolve, we are forced to offer our entire stock of Merchandise at cost. Now is your opportunity to buy your Fall needs. We stock of Men's and Boys' Clothing and have a full line and Overcoats of the well known Hart, Schaffner & Masx brand. worth of Men's Ladies' and Children's Shoes of all kinds; Rubbers and Rubber Boots; Underwear, Shirts, Hats, Caps, a full of Ties, Mufflers, Kid Gloves, Umbrellas-suitab- le for the Holiday Season. Everything marked in plain figures. Come in and get first choice. Nolhmg reserved. Shoes for this muddy weather. A full line of high-to- p - Cummins & Wearen STORE Will be closed the entire day on FRIDAY. DECEMBER 13. Positively nothing will be sold nor any one admitted on that day. v.'?-- : -. v.;. We Must Sell at All Hazards! Look for the Large Blue Sign and Name Above the Door. i: $30,000 Sale will open at 9 o'clock a. m., Saturday, December 14th Read What You Please! w"9fit . Alii . . IS A BARGAIN EVENT (lint will surpass anything over attempted in- tbo value giving line in THIS section. Save this and como to CUMMINS & WEARKN'S Greatest Sale. Magnificent Bargains Thousands of Surprises. Rend on. Road every lino,, then wnil for the 20th Century's most selling for n remarkable and stupendous sale. It will bo chaructcrizczd by enough thrilling, SATURhundred sales. Don't hesitate. NOW is the time. Act nt once. The bnrgnin floodgates opened DAY DECEMBER 14. Everything goes for what it will biing. Wo arc not bound by former costs or selling prices. Thegreatest, biggest broadest, grandest, most uniarnllcd, liberal legitimate and far reaching merchandising event that hns ever occurred in this part of the State. Remember this is not nn ordinary bsrgsis zsle. It is. set s. fake of anv sort. It is iust s. esse of, entirely (tiiuusaudn upon thousands of dollars) too much goods not enough money. U is just a renl old fashioned, honest straight out selling 'of dependable, goods nt prices far below their actual value. Something must be done and done quickly. Money must be had nt all hazards. Look Where You Will! Your eyes, your mind and yoour feet should turn toward this store, for s0 apparent will be the great benefits of this extraordinary salo event that it will pay you to investigate our statement which will prove to you thnt this is no fairy tale, but actual facts. Sale Begins Saturday, December 14th at 9 a. m., and Lasts Ten Days. :: Clothing. AW PRICES CUT, SLASHED AND UTTERLY TORN TO PIECES Mens' Shirts. shirts in work and fancy patterns. Dissolution salo price 38c $1 Mens' Monarch shirts in 50u Negligco Childrens' Clothing DC Furnishings. 10c Mens' blnck and tan socks .7c sale price 20c Mens' black and tan socks . . . lie sale prico 25c Mens' socks all shades in Wunderhose and Holeproof .18c Dissolution sale price 50c Mens' silk socks, special .38c gale price $1 Mens' silk socks, sale 74c price A full line of Childrens" ho'se c lie loc at 25c Neckwear in ISO patterns sale price ;;a. A I. J4.V si a2 ?: A lot of mens' 6uits, size 34, 3f and 30. $12. to $18 values $4.48 to go in this sale at $0 suits, dissolution sale ) pride $10 suits, Dissolution sale .. price tQ3 $12.50 suits, Dissolution sale . 3 price 315 suits, Dissolution sale i&jo price $18 $20 suits, Dissolution 511-5sals price $22.50 Bart, Schaffner & Marx suits, Dissolution sale .... price ...... ..,... ....... ....... ...... $1.50 Cluett white .........,. plaited, sale .. price i $2 Cluett shirt price shirts sale sale .... ..$1-45 Ono lot of childrens' clothing sizes 3 to 14 with straight pants. $3.50 to $7 values $2.27 nolo price choice $3.00 boys suits Knickerbocker .. te ...i $1.12 knee pants Dissolution sale pnee ad Boys' Ms Dissolution saletips Caps, I'ncv 1 0 8C pne $27.50 IT. 8. suits, Dissolution price $25 and ... 50o Caps, Dissolution sale .fltf-Z& M $18-7- 5 is. rnw price , $1 Caps, sale pnco $2- Caps, sale - 38c 75c $3-2er, knee pants sale price $5 boys' suits, Knickerbocker $3.65 knee pants, salo price $6.00 boys' suits, Knickerbock, er knee pants, ..K $4.15 $7.50 Boys' suits, Knickerbocker, Jtneo pants, sale price ....$525 5 saW-priO- $4.50 boys suit3, Knick rbock- - .......i l2J27 ' .,.............- plain toes Dissolution Bnle $1.15 price $2 Ladies' shoes in Yicis. Gun $1.55 Metals sale price $2.50 Ladies' shoes in Vicis Gun Metals Patents, Sale price $3 Queen Quality Ladies' shoes in Patents, Gun Metals, Tans and Lace or Button public sale. price W.I5 $3.50 and $3.75 Queen Qunlitv shoes in all leathers. Dissolu$2-6tion sale price $4 nnd $4.50 Queen Quality shoes, all leathers,, salo price .$2.95 $1-8- er, gun metals and tans sale ..$3-6Price ' $1.50 Mens ChildrenV Shoes. 91.25 Childrens! shoe, lace and' button. Dissolution' saltf price ..95c $1.75 Child's shoes, loTctfor but- 4 ton, black and tans. Dissolu$1.20 tion sale price $2 Child's shoes in all leatb- - . ' ers. sale price $155 Our Stock of children sha;vfs romplete in every waWhavera fiH line of hloh tons. In black and red patent leathers, qun metals, tans, which vu can buy at less than cut- - 90C price .. $2 Mens' pants in weight Dissolution sale price $1.55 $2.50 and $3 Mens' pants in Kerseys and worsteds, sale prico '. $3:60 Mens' pants. Dissolution sale' price .$245 $4 Mens pants, all styles and' sizes. Dissolution snle rice ..$2-9$5 and $6 Mens' pants, all $3-7styles sale price ...,.i...... hyy ODD.PANTS pants salo $1-9- ...., 0 ., - -- - ..: A a? A A A to, Bale price Overcoats $4.75 $7.50 overco&ts, Dissolution $o Seal Cans. Dissolution salrf price . . One lot of Childrens caps 00 and 75 cents grade Bale price ....,... . ... .$1.50 $3-7- (choice) ., 15c !. .iA: M ?: :: & A A 1...V Dissolution $10 overcoats, sale price, ........... $12.50 and $15 overcoats Dis$7.75 solution sale price $10.50 and $18.60 overcoats. $10-5Dissolution sale price overcoat, Dissolution sole $20 price .tIo.dU . ,) overcoats, Dissolution $25 $18-2sale price Ono lot mens' overcoats in sizes 34 and 35. $15 to $25 $8.75 values "choice cale orice .25 Mens' HaU $1.25 mens' hats dissolution . sale $1.75 Mens .78c .,... ,...$1.15 salo price $2.50 Hats all colors rale pneo $1.69 $3 Hats oil colors in felts nnd $2.15 Velours, sale price $3.00 Hats nil colors, sale prico. $4 John bats nil colors sale price 00c Balbriggan shirts and draw,.,.. ers, sale price . 51 Wright's health underwear wool fleeced. Dissolution. sale price $1 Union Suits sale price $1.50 Union Suits sale price $2 Union Suits, sale pneo Childrens' Union Suits nnd I&C t shirt and drawers 50o Fleeced, good and heavy Mens' Underwear 38C Mei's Heavy Work Shoes $2.25 Mens' work shoes, cap plain toes, sale price $3 Mens' wjrk shoes blacks 2.25 and tans, sale price $3.50 Mens' work shoes black and tans, dissolution sale price $2.08 &L50 Mens' work shoes, sale $3-1price $5 Mens 12 inch high top shoes in blacks and tans sale $3.85 price $0 Mens 15 inch high top shoes in blacks, tans, greens $4-2Dissolution sale price $7 Mens' 10 inch high top Pearl Elk, Dissolution sale price $525 $1-85 Look'Here Ladies' Silk Iloste in all grades and colors, going nt' tost. A full line' of Mufflers, t. Combination Sets, Umbrellas, House Slippers, for Men, Women add Children; Smoking Jackets, all suitable for Xmas going at cost. So come and get first pick, while the picking is good, 9s3b.i H bt . ...; 38c OC OC SSW Sir :ii ,...... ...... Mens' Shoes. price $2 Mens' shoes sale price $2.60 Mens' shoes, lace and button sale price $150 $3 Mens' shoes in black and tan, sale prico $225 $3.50 Mens' shoes in black and tan, sale price $2.65 $4 Mens' shoes in black and tan, lace or button sale price . .$3-1$5 Mens' bhoes in patent leath $1-1- 5 $1-55 Suit Cases. $1 Suit Cases salo M2 "3 38c $1.50 Mens' shoes enle price $1.50 Suit Case . :: .it :. A A FULL LINE OF MENS' CORDUROY PANTS AT RIGHT PRICES. n. Stetson bals white and black sale prico $5 John II. Stetson hats sale price t $2-8- Hanan Shoes. $0 and $0.50 Hanan shoes in patent leather, gun metals kids', Ladies' Shoes. 200 pairs of Ladies' shoes in buttons nnd lace in $1.50 to $3 grades ns long ns they lat Special sale prico $1.50 Ladies' shoes in en nnd 95c $2-7- $3-6- tans, Dissolution sale price ..$4-5- snle price 97c Leather Suit Cases. Disso lution sale price ., $2.57 50o and 75o Neckwear in nil new patterns, suitablo for the Holidays, choice .. ,.38c 10c Handkerchiefs, special snle price 7c 35o Silk Hnndkerehinfs siunini snle price 10- . , Dissolution 63c H . 7:Jt m .v . BE LIQUIDATED MUST AND THIS STOCK AND TRAVEL 100 MILES SHALLTHIS GREATEST. SALE THAT HASAT ONCE EVER OCCURRED TO ATTEND i HAvE??EWE8SDHlHLEvHEARZs,k0E1N IN OR OX CART. AUTOMOBILE. HORSE. MULE, I COME AND SHARE IN THE GREAT HARVEST OF MAGNIFICENT BfnMins. THEIR LOSS TO YOUR TURN PRICES. YOU GET THE IENEFIT. v ruFRVTHiilG ASinE HOP 'THE FIRST TRAIN. TAKE .."SHANK'S iuu rumur imai MARE" AND GET HERE THIS SECTION. ' "Timna LIKE THIS. $3 IN MATTER WHAT YOU IT WILL PAY YOU TO "it; si in ON OPENING UflSM IN LIUUIUATION DAY OR SOON. HERALD THE GOOD NEWS OR DISSOLUTION IS WORTH MORE THAN EVERYWHERf MERCHANDiaViiEMPP cnruir.., iHE . Turcr 5QQPS OOOHS SftSS GOOD COME WHILE THE PICKINGS THE MIGHTIEST WHEN OPEN SATURDAY. DEC. I4TH ATS A. M. SHARP READ. SEE THE MIGHTY AND CRUSHING PRICES: THEY TELL THE STORY OF HOW ONE MAN'S ARE HERE. THE PRICES ARE HERE. AND IF THE SAVING OF DOLLARS MEANS ANYTHING TO YOU Ynil 0...T.M3 Ynim S 5:. liSiH " '"-n-t wntn AND MOST MARVELOUS SELLING OUT EVENT EVER KNOWN WILL BEGIN. . uin rf ,nt Si; vt; : MARK THE DATE AND MARK IT The American Special Sales Co. Liquidating the Stock of :.v v. . WELL ..!.pi: Saturday December 14. at 9 A. M. bharp. A sale tlmt will uslound nnd bewilder, placing on memory of mortal man an ovent of price wreck-in- s S that timo ennnot erase. & WEAKEN, Stanford, Ky. paid to Railroad fare purchasers of $25 or over. CUM-JDNout-of-to- CUMMINS & WEAREN STANFORD, KENTUCKY THIS SALE FOR CASH ONLY. BE SURE YOU ARE RIGHT. Store Will Remain Closed FRIDAY DECEMBER. 13.. GOODS SOLD AND NO ONE MITTED THAT DAY. NO AD- :;.: i i ... :" ;iw . Sat. Dec. 14. ........ ,f 'TH Wip TOTf? flt WiL&i,tJ 4 qHjpr . 1' 1 QK2I EDUCATION ! Essential to 1 . r ANDMCCESS Farmer the Is Sam Robinson's Rem itD This is positively no fake. The goods speak for themselves. Nothing but high class goods to be sold. This great REMODELING SALE Tin Latter. CHILDREN, r. f M i SALE . CATTLE AND THE Having to remodel ourttore Jn the inside, we have decided to reduce our stock, so everything in the house will be sold at and under cost. will ng i ta Old Steera If Two and Four Won't Thrlv In Same Feed Lot Why Should .Children of All Agit Study Yr Yr Too.th.rT ,..,, ..,,,.... Wednesday, Dec. 11th, and Lasting 15 Days Clothing, Odd Pants, Shoes, Hats, Dry Goods, Ladies' and Gents' Furnishing Goods to be Practically Given Away. "We comment is "Johnny, lie ain't takln no Interest In his school. I've got a mighty good notion to let him quit nn' go to work on the farm." "How long has he been In school?" "Ob, he's been off and on about six years, I reckon. He's Jutt finished hl Fourth Header, so he's sot enough choolln to uso on a farm. lie's got1 more iiian ray gran'daddy had in his' day, an' jou know he died worth about 930,000." "Tell me something about your grand-l- will on Saturday, Dec. 14, at 3 o'clock prompt, throw from the top of store into Main street Men's Suits of Clothing. Gome and cath a suit FREE! FRfUEII FREEH! ' This is a chance you may never have again. DRESS AND WORK $7 pants now .$15 pants now $5 pants now $1 pants' now $3.50 pants now $3 pnnts now ODD thcr." 1 ff i "Well, you see, he come orer the Jnountalns when this here was all Virginia, an' he took some land an' began to clear It up an' farm It, an he "What did you say ho paid for "Gran'daddy? Why, he didn't pay SUITS. OVERCOATS, ETC. PANTS $4-9- New Slickers $3.50 quality now $3 quality now $2.50 quality now Fish Brand $2.48 $2-1- 9 MENS' SOX 4c, 8c, Itr Wo have a clioico lot of mens' nnd young men s' suits nnd overcoats lie, 15c, 19c and 39c. PUTEE RIDING LEGGINS $3.50 now COMFORTS. VV r "Not all of It Some of It wns lefi In Umber so the hogs could be turned out to fatten on the beech an oak mnst In tho fall. An' " "How old were tho hogs when be killed them for meat? f "About two years of. Say, what are yon askln' mo all these questions for f her' nothln for It." "How much land did he getr "Ob, be could 'a had all he could 'tend to a thousand acres was all be could 'lend to, an' be" . I0 uc a. luousnnu acres, aia ai I iuiuicu a II m that sold nt $25 nnd $30 must sell now nt ,...E... $1675 All $18, $20 .nnd $22.50 suits must set! $4.48 3.79 $2.95 $2.75 $2-2- $248 $1.88 , LADIES "AUTO" SCARFS The $1.50 scarf nod The fl penrf now Tho 50o scarf now Tho 25o sonrf now $1.98 nt t , $11-9- MENS' and LADIES UNDERWEAR $1 the garment now 50c tlin garment now 25c the garment now 8 Suits easily worth $14, $15 nnd $9-8$17.50 now Wo nlso have some broken lots that ,. . $2.95 wo sell now nt .., Hoys' high grade kneo suits pare wool must sell now at $148, $1.98, $2.48, $3.29, $4.43 nnd $5.98. Tho above nro of, best inado that sold at $2.50 to $10.00. ., A MENS HIGH Mens' and Young Hens' Rubber ,,,,,,.. 79c 39c 19c 98c 79c 39c 19c $2.50 comforts now $2 comforts now $1.50 I'oinfurts now $1.25 oemfwts now I48 $1.19 84c NECKWEAR 50c, 75o n nd $1 wear now 2")o neckwear now Coats and English Garbadine. $9.98 $2.35, $3.50, $4.75 and the $15 coat COAT SWEATERS 39c 19c BLANKETS $5 blnnketn now $1 blankets now 3.50 blankets now $2.50 blankets now $2 blankets now $1.50 blankets now '.... $3-7$2-9- nt This is something new. HATS Ladles' and Gents' $3.50 cont sweaters now ....$2-7$3 eont sweaters now $2.30 $2.50 coat sweaters now $2 coat sweaters now $1.29 $1.50 coat sweaters now 88c $1 coat sweaters now 70c 50c coat sweaters now 39c DRESS AND FLANNEL SHIRTS $1-8- 8 2.39 $1-84 P"" ii i i " ntn trying to find out why you think Johnny has enough edacatlon to make him a successful farmer. "I Just now told yon because his gran'daddy made a snug fortune with less Bchoolln than Jetaay'a got" "Can Johnny &o out aw find a thousand acres for nothing T" "No; of course he canV "Can he afford to keep a hog for two years an' fatten him on beech an' oak mast 7" "No. Why, say, look here, I never thought of It before, but my gran' aaxbow?" GRADE SHOES Crossett Make $3.98 All hats in Stetsons nnd other standard makes, 98, $1.29, $1.59, $1.95, $2.25 $2.00 nnd $2.98. CALICO, BLEACH, ETC. .... 39c. 79c, $1, $1.48 and $1.88 LEGGINS CLOTH AND LEATHER. 39c, 74c. 98c and $1.19. MENS' DRESS AND WORK GLOVES , $1.48 $1.19 $1.39 89c ALL KINDS OF HAMBURGS AND EMBROIDERY GO AT COST. Remember the date, the price, the merchandise. Call tor tickets on the PIANO to be given away January (st, 1913. Don't miss this sale. $ $5 shoes now $4.50 shoes now $4 shoes now $3.50 .shoes now $3 shoes now $2.50 shoes now ,.. $2 shoes now ...... ...i $3.85 $339 .$2.94 .$2.39 $1-96 $1-6- 5 All calicoes, American nnd Simpson 5c yd now Bleach cottons 10c nnd 12 2 o 8 quality now yd 1-3c Some prices in Ladies We have about 400 parrs on the $2 gloves $1.50 gloves now $1 gloves now 50o gloves now 83c 39c bargain counter that is like finding 'cm. See the price. CAPS 19c, 3!)e, 79c, 98c nnd $1.19. LADIES' Sheeting bleached now Bed ticks all kinds Rhode Island Rubbers and Rubber Boots under COST to make room. nnd unbleached 22 l'2c yd at cost. FUR COATS, CLOTH COATS NOW UNDER COST. SUSPENDERS AND BELTS 19c, 39c and 74c. now Larifes' and Mens' Rubber at cost. Sandals Trunks, Suit Cases and Hand Bags now at your own price. We want to wait on 5,000 people the first day. Can you help us out? "Wait for this sale and save money. You will profit and we will lose. Have employed 25 people to help wait on trade mm sssssK$'; :0 .'yBsOMsMai fil "JHI SAM ROBINSON THE PRICE MAKER-NEXT BBBBBBBSSSSSSSSBSSBSSSffaKBBBBBBBMBBBBB ssBLBiSssssssBaallll DOOR TO LINCOLN COUNTY NATIONAL BANK : . ? Stanford, 4tddy flfcer Kentucky 9. (two-minute) e) xmui wemoob. got rich jast A Oil, didn't I I "Tee; he did. Where your grand fa got a thousand acres for aothlng yeur boy will hare to take It at a valu-atlo- a of from 130.000 to $100,000 and make It py. He can't wait two years for hogs to be ready for slaughter. It vast be at eight to ten months. There Is bo way now for your boy to he a pkv aeer and get rich sitting still. lie must be educated to succeed in the twentieth century." He Knew He Had Fed Cattle. The old trustee turned to the Tlsltor aad asked. "Well, what do you think ef ear new consolidated school Cost a lot of money. "Beautiful cttda't "Yep, an' It costs like amok to run k with teachers for all the different grades. But' all of us are for It now." '"Were you against consolidation 7" "Yep, I was against it strong. You ee, I got the three It's in a single rooa scboolhouse." He paused, looked at the splendid brick building and con tlsued: "I oughter known better too Anybody that had fed cattle for thirty years oughter know a consolidated school wns better than a one room school." "Why should you have known? Cat tie aad chlldreu are not the same." "Look benv Just stop an' think for a attaute. nill you? I've known for tMrty years that you can't put weanlln calve, two year an' four year gj calve, Jtwo year an' four year ol steer a tfcf Mine feed lot jn' get fust clas TMwlta "Yn onf or time one room achee) we find 'em nil sizes an' age to the same lot an' feedln' oat of the mbm trough It won't, work any bet ter with cli Itlreu than it. docs with cattle." . .."" 1 Call at O.NEWLAND, opposite Court House and get your winter stoves f itr ,- - ' A school tux is Pimply a long time In brains; therefore tbe cter sal aaeatlmi should not be "HOW SMALL A TAX CAN WE Girr much along wrnir but "nowADVAN' 'INVHST TO CAN WK proposition FIRE INSURANCE 'lur JTAGBr II WH, ad slity.' The annual election of directors $25.00 In Gold Given Away of the National Bank of Ilustonville MANUFACTURE Vftl rill be held at their banking house It. M. Newland, the Life and Fire on the second Tuesday in January Insurance agent here, will give a to1913. J. W. IIOCKER. bacco show on the 2nd Monday in 89-Cashier. Jnnnnry court day, 1913. $15 in gold for the best six hands Dolls! Dolls! Dolls! of lugs to weigh not less than four pounds. The Ladies' Aid Society, of tho $7.50 for the second best. Christian church wish to call your 32.50 for the third best. attention to our doll bazaar on Sat No trash leaf or red sonsidered. -urday, Dec. 14, in J. L. Beazley's A. W. King, Danville, Ky., Judge. store room. All of tbe dolls will be Talk with me about your fire and on exhibition Thursday, Dec. 12. Wo life insurance. It. M. NEWLAND. will also have many hand made arPosted Hunitna Fomidden. ticles suitable for Xmas presents. Mothers, bring your children let We, whose names are signed bethem select their dolls. A cup of low, positively forbil nnv hunting hot chocolato will be sorved all who or fishing upon our premises: who come to our sale. W. P. Semonis, Wm. J. Beck, Fred VonQruenigan, G. Unumnnn, Chus. T. Willson, Ed Gooch, Lutes & Myers Fall and Winter Sultlnas. C. M. Allen, Ed Ballard, J. II. CarU new Fill and Winter Bamnlet art no ter, John M. Carter, Sam Castello, The eompriM ready for jour lnrpectlon. Masons' Meeting 1 can aalt anyone Mrs. Mollio White. J. II. Myers. tho beat on tho market. had hli elothea made to or price E. B. Hatfield, L. P. Nunnclley. Uncola Lodf No. 60, b A. M., metti ia a to A evilwho maae w ivur iuaur vim Utr, Utcd communication on ttch flrrt ind third ferable to road mado clothee. To hate tnrm Neman Distili, Fred Beyer. mmd SURETY BONDS Mondty nltU oi each month, at 7 o'clock In mado to meaeura doein't eoit any more than J. B. Chmenisch.' Will Cordior. ! mail when eualltr and fit ti eontld ttwlr hU on Main atecct, Stanford, Kj Mm-beB. X. OTWIiAlfD ered. Dome In and let mo lake joat mm Mnttio II. Howes, Frank Cordier, b ol litter todftt fraternal! Inritcd to lira. i VTAMFOM, KY. XT. O, MVrlBT, Mrs. L. M. Qoodnight. tkt Pnelicmt XmSUr prctcnt. IL O. Carpcktcr, Secretary, J. H. Baughman & Co. Don't forget the bazaar and ex change of the Baptist church at the The annual meeting of tbe Stock post office Saturday, December 21, holders of the First National Bank, Cakes candies and fancy articles for of Stanford. Ky., to elect directors sale. Doors open nt 10 A. M. for the year 1913, will be held at LOOK HERE!! its banking office the second Tues We will sell Edison wax cylinder day in January 1913. II. C. Baugh records as long as our supply lasts 97-man, Cashier. nt the following list prices : Standard ..21c each Stockholder's Meeting. Amberol (four-minnt.. 31c each The annual meeting of the shareE. C. Garman & Son Logan Ave., Stanford Ky. holders of the Lincoln County Na- 96-- 8 tional Bank, of Stanford, Ky. to elect directors for the year 1913 will be Administrator's Sale. As administrator of Mrs. W. C. held at its banking office tho second Tuesday in Januury. 1913. W, Hockcr, deceased, I will offer for 97-sale three shares of bank stock in M. Bright, Cashier. the Ilustonville Peonies Bank, Ilus3t-tonville. Ky. Notice to Stockholders W. O. SPEED, Adm. Stockholders' Meeting. 9. F. Annual Bazaar The Indies of the Presbyterian church, of Ilustonville, invite your presence to this function in order to supply you with your Xmns gifts, a largo vnricty to make a selection from, meals served from 10 o'clock. A M. until 10 o'clock P M. Classical music from the best artists. Come early and spend the day. Ladies of tho Presbyterian church Ilustonville. Don't forget tho date, December the 14th. it. Every stock buyer in Lincoln and most of them in tho surrounding counties reads the Interior Journal. You can cover five counties completely by advertising your sale in Turkeys Wearepayiig the highest market price for Tvkeys Give us a call before yon sell. afta!lftaBHeaaHaU9aaaaaaB THERE IS REAL PAINT and also some stuff mixed with cheapening material! that is not worthy of tbe name. If yoc have had experience with the latter kind yon don't want another. If yon haven't take our advice and don't experiment. Buy our roal paints and save yourself 'disappoSntmeat and money as welL, V Flour, Meal and Shipstuff 9. are dealers in Wheat, Corn,Ha,y Straw, Bait, Portland Cement and Coal Prompt attention and your money's worth at H. B. Northcott PHONE 153. A. ALLER. Stanford, Ky. SUnftrf. Ky. alltmes. J. C. McClary Phone Stanford, Kentucky. il J.L.Beazley &Oo JHpMp UNDERTAKERS AND CM DEALBALMER8. ALSO ER IN FURNITURE, MAT. TINGS, RUQ8. THEY WILL EXCHANGE FURNITURE FOR ALL KINDS OF STOCK. GIVE THEM A CALL. PRICE UNDERTAKER STANFORD AND EMBALMER t n Office Phene 117. KENTUCKY. Htm PImm 3. r w V'A af) if & i THE 8TANF0BB INTERIOR JOURNAL. STANFORD, KENTUCKY MJm Annio Hronniigli linn return eil to Crnb Orclinrri nftcr visiting Mrs. J. V, Holdnm. Mr. Wnllncn Oovcr, of .Crnb Orchnrd, wns licrc for n short timo FRIDAY. DECEMBER n, Hi? 09-- 1 , K r i i ' !, 1 i. i5fc i BaMi I Thursday. Miss Mnrv Deo Hock, of McKiu-neis in Point Lick vii'in Miss l v, r Clrrislino The Cough of Childrei I They may not cough today, but what about tomorrow? Better be prepared for it when it comes. Ask your doctor about keeping Ayer's Cherry Pectoral in the house. Then when the hard cold or cough first appears you have a doctor's medicine at hand. Santa Onus will be nt the Variety store, Saturday. Call nnd ce him, T. V r Christmas Handkerchiefs After looking over all lists, most people settle on Handkerchiefs. What is prettier or in better taste than nice Handkerchiefs? We have surpassed all former showings in quality and beauty, prices ranging from 3c .Hiimblp. f I tun or Onto cm nr Tnitno. IJT CnvKTT, byilm .Mrtcnlfo. 'I JbsoluteW lie The Woman Makes the Home culinary department, turns her back resolutely upon unhealthful, or even suspicious, food She makes it best who, looking after the accessories. She is economical; she knows that true economy does not consist in the use of inferior meat, flour, or baking powder. She is an earnest advocate of home made, homo baked food, and has proved the truth of the statements of the experts that the best cooking in the world today is done with Royal Mrs. Thomns V. Hooch, of iitul Miss Hnrn CttrtiH, rfro tnicsts f Mrs. Smith I. Ynwrll nt Danville. Mrs. Joseph V. llavilon rnme over from I'nrLs ypstprdny to ho with her mother, Mrs. I'miicliii IJrown, nnd sister, Mrs. Mury Crnij;, for a short while SHORT LOCAL NEWS ' Sro tho T and 10 re- -' rMiinlor nt tho Vnrictv Store. T. W. Humble, aiy of Tolisla. Omnir ana nut tfnrfMH lw1 that mi1 Bnn lll par Ihc nim of ONfS IIVN(lll IKJI.LAHM tiMHiimnm of in Out rK J. Curst? rutin cailli Iktt ) h mint litis-tonvil- lc, that eanoot Ixi tvrm brllwwol jvw Hau.' CiTtmin ,rnANK s nrPNr.v Sworn to wfore nw and mitwriDnl In iar Drcwncp. tliia ttfc dtf ot ixctmtwr. A. 1) ijm. "-L Ctii ar. Sd A. W. OIXJlOOM. Ilaira Catarrh Curt In takrn lntnally and arta r upon u bloml ami mtifoufl of th tor tntlmnnKla. frr. aurfaa ntrnw CO, ToiHo. O Sold Vt all DnriM PIENKV lit. Taaa UaU ramur I1IM t ronMlpatloii. NoTT r This cough medicine is especially good for children. Mmy You want the best policy when vpu insure. See Fish & Bromley. Stanford. Ky. Insure every thing. Lost. Meerschaum pipe, to this office. Kpwnrd. Itetuni For Siiln or Ilotit. On January "P13 my hoitso on Sfnin street. U. if. - Hnuslimnn. OS-t- Cummins V W'cnren nro dissolvwhen the whole trouble it due to liz? ing partnership nnd nro slaughtering liver. We firmly .believe rour own doc prices. tor will tell you that in occasional dot of Ayer't Pills, tuf will do tucb For the nest ten dnys only wo will rood. Ark him. 1, children a treat deal ofry Mt tt lh. J o attw tTTt!!, 2fll. sell I'miiiing mid overcoats at cost. II. Sam Uobiniion. No anodynes. No alcohol. i child it called dull ind itvpij f. Scats on sale for Hoffmann nt Shiignr.s (Inn: store, GO, nnd ii.1 cents. He-cit- al Il.'i .I- The Bach Club will itivo mi We wish to enli your nttentiou to icccption Saturday uftcr-noo- n fr.im two to four o'clock in the fact thnt most infectious diseasthe home of Dr. O. Q. Pern' in hon- es such ns whoopinjr cough, diphor of Mr. Hoffmnu mid Si". Gomo. theria and scnrlet fever nro when the child hns n cold. con-tnict- to$i.oo. Sluufonl's progressive musicnl organization, the llach Club is bring- ltivr Mr. Iloffmaiiu and Si);. Gomo to Show your community pride town. nnd ambition to five nothing short .Miss llflle Deuuy, who has been i of the best to our school and coiiiiPersonal and Social. , .. .visit ins ri'lp,:'- - m and friends at!tv "v uitenuin llie recilal aaiuriiuy Mr. J. S. Owslev wns iu Lniicns-tc- r (.niiaislrr bus returimd home leU'lllinr lit o o CloeK for several hour Wednesday Mrs. Joieph (Joffcv. who lias been lie in vour seats promptly tnmor Mrs. W. 1. Kiiicnid and Miss kick for Mivrrnl duy is thouuht t row oveiiiui! at the Hoffmann Kecilal Hampton were in Danville Tuesdnv In improving. us no one will lie seated during auv lor a short tune. Juduu J. W. Alcoin has returned Clinncellor has been from Lebanon where he has been for uuuibcr on llic program. Miss Annie the recent cuest of Mm. Harvey several days. Miller at Danville. Supt. riarland Singleton announc Mr. I j. L. Sanders, a nopular mer(Mrs. Dexter Halloa and Mrs. J. chant of Crab Orchatd, was here cs that he tins received this money for u month's salary for the county of Thursday. ero the truest O. Canwnter their mother. Mrs. M. K. Fish at Mr. (Jrant Metcalfe, cashier of the school teachers nnd they can get checks by culling Mil him. Crab Orchnrd Wednesday McKiiinev bank. tok the train here Mis Ophrlui Laekev has re turn Thurodav for I'aiut Liek to siend a Tickets fur tho Hoffmann recital oil to her linuio tit Cruli Orchmlr af- slant time with bis parents there. on sale at Simitars' drug Mirre. lie ter visit t.) rehitiveM and friends Deputy Sheriff, W. S. Kmliry has sened seats half pric(. fiO cents. here. been rem fined t his homo for sevMr. and Mrs. W. 1C. Wnnier mid his eyes, eral daVrt on account I'reachiui: services at the Baptist cliildrcn and Miss Lena Palmer mo- which have been Riving if him consid- church Sunday morning by the pastored over to Iwincnster Tuesday erable trouble. tor, Itcv. J. B. Jones. for u Miort time. Col. W. I'. Walton for a quarter - I, J. ran of a century editor of Iluii't ini- -i todsv at over Iroin l.exmirton Tuesday, and Prices l.iwpst, l.iruest atspent several hours hele, where he tendance at the sale. Sam Robinkept son. l)-'2- . He was still has interest. busy most of the time slinking hands with hi inaiiv friid" in town, who Services Prcsbvtcnan ihi (it were ulnd to see him looking so well ehiirrh on Sunday, Dec. l.r. Bible Mrs. II. It. Saufloy and childieu si'hool nt 0:.'l0. Mornjii" service at 'will leavp next Tupdnv for EI I'aso, 11 o'clock. Subject "Sent". meeting at 'I o clock. iexas, w lie r(. tliev will spend tliu winter with her fntlier, Mr. (leo. K. Young Peoples' meeting at fiIO. Euclemau, and sister, Mrs. Ashley vervice at 7 o'clock subifct. T. Held. Thev will be accompanied Paul to the church at Corinth. The as far as El I'ao. by their uncle, Monthly meetinir of EI''pi and Den-eo(leorve who goes to will be lmld n Monday even'. Bright, ing at 7 o'cl.ick. Dec. 10. l'hocmx, Ana., the winter. Baking Powder, . ...... Lost. A pair of sidp cuttinir rjuickly cure n cold nnd greatly lesIteturn to Oeon;e Bunlette and sen the danger of contracting these 99-receive reward. diseases. This remedy is famous for its cures of colds. It contains Our entire stock goes lit cist, no opium or other nnrcotic nnd mny be civen to n child with implicit con( iimmins & Wenreu. fidence. Sold bv 0. L. Penny. A splendid selection of watches When you hnve bilious clocks. Jewelry etc, for Xmas pres- give Chamberlain's aTnbletn attack a trial. 92-t- f. ents at Mueller's Thy nrc excellent. For sale by G. L. Penny. You are invited to the Xnms nt the Variety Store, SaturFor and surveying cnll on M. C. day, Dec. 14. T. W. Humble. 'M-- l Kewland, Route 1, Stnnford, Ky. or jiltone him at 30 V. Crab Orchard. Every hat in our store at or bo- KNOW IT WELL 07-'- J low coit. Mis-icStraub. pli-eix. s CIinmberlain'H CoiirIi Remedy will -- Our Xmas L'oods lire ready for your inspection. Geo. If. Fnrris. Bijrgest bargain ever $1 lino of 1)7-plates n.iw fide nt Karris. 2. Familiar Features Well Known to Hundreds of Stanford Citizens Sheer Initial Handkerchiefs, $c. Ladiesand Gents' Linen Handkerchiefs, 6 in box, for 75c. Ladies' Lnen Handkerchiefs, new French style, each 2$c. All Linen, plain and embroidered, 10c, and 50c. 5c 25c Irish Edged"Handkerchiefs, $oc. 6 Handkerchiefs in Japanese box,l$i .00. ,Big line Ladies' Neckwear, 25c to $1 .00. 1 1 Ilob-iiison- 's. Watoli Mt Issue For Ev-I'lii- The Irish riper lr A familiar burden in mnny homes. The burden of a "Jad back.''. A lame, a weak or an aching gack Often tells you ot kidney ills. For holiday presents which will Donn's Kidney Pills nre for weak last a life time uo to Mueller's jew- Kidneys. 90-t- f. elry store. Hcer is Stnnford testimony. D. C. Dyehouse, Whitley, avenue Our stock must be reduced to dis- atantorti, Ky., says: "i am in n & position to recommend Donn's Kidsolve Cummins partnership. ney Pills highly as they were the Wcqren. on nnd only remedy thnt ever gave You can buy goods from Cum tne relief fiom backache. My hack wns so sore and painful thnt it was mins re Wenren cheaper now than hard for me to got around for days you ever bought them anywhere. nt n time. 1 tried everything but did not seem to get anything thnt would bring me jelief until I pro Select your Xmas presents at 97-- 2. Shu-g- ar Fancy articles such as Basket, Pin Cushions, Hair Receivers, Hat Pin Holders, Sewing Sets, Parisian Ivory Articles, House Slippers for men, women and children. SEVERANCE & SON CONCRETING ri ft . l Santa Claus' HEADQUARTERS Bring in the children to see wonder ful assortment of toys and Christmas presents we have just received. Everything new and just what the little folks want. Presents also for the older ones. pain in my back disappeared nnd I felt hotter, in every way." For sale by all dealers. Price 50 Co., Buffalo, cents. Fostcr-Milbur- n N. Y. sole agents for tho United Stales. Pemember the name Donns nnd tnko no other, y Wt are In poiltion to do all klndi of cured Donn's Kidney Pills nt Block Work. PaTrmentt, and iuca nnd 'runner's Drug Store. They proved to be what I needed nnd by in fact, we tan maka anrthlnc from a boat down pott. Call and tho time I had used three boxes, tho befeir to a fence jour material atret our prices 70U tmjr lean. ifflmffp; r(w?K'rtvIm fipJBESMt I WCHM0N0.re PHILLIPS BROS., Stanford, Ky. A Cmumi School for Teachers Tralalne iBHmBHK B. PERKINS PBNTIST Office Over Higgins1 Store , STANFORD, KENTUCKY. autorV,a.wBMIoal. tTWBMl.- -. tlnrmn. ldlac vM U IlraMaurr. la all Ptuic Tr C.rM. ThIUob KtlMlcaoal, DoK.ll. CeiiMca aaa K.vl.w wlp. paiioisv, f MaM"iiniM Jirtmtfrtor. .llllBpH ..""'"I"" Hfl'i ln.ll 1. n. rJo.Jk t J. o. cnBBB. rvwi,! Ja. "J atipasaJsjsSaWaSSBS ? ; f 8aar l P" 1. First National Bank STANFORD, KY. Capital $50,000; Many growing girls in school or business arc frail delicate anemic lack energy and ambition and have thin blood. It is all unnatural and unless checked leads to serious and chronic ills. Nourishment, not drugs, Is the law of reason to build strength but when appetite is poor and digestion weak, ordinary foods do not nourish then SCOTTS EMULSION is necessary. SCOTT'S EMULSION tntf comet Surplus $26,000 Have you commenced that bank accouitwkh year, as you promised yourself i T IS TIME YET. i! is, tikis COMMENCE TODAJf. H. C. BAUGHMAN, Cashier. J. S. HOCKER, Pres. W. W. SAUNDERS. Ind. S. T. HARRIS. Vice Pres.. J. R. HARRIS. Bookkeeper. ' Toys for the Children. Ivory, make the nicest kind of nresen tninr the Ladies. Also Perfumes, Stationery and Candy. Mirrors, Brushes and Combs in Parisian jutt such conditional Hi tiaaue material enter a the blood without effort and makes it rich. It tones the whole avatem and (tart the healthy action of cella throughout the body. rVaeW, Mmti At Cost sell our entire tiock of Dry Goods, Notions, Shoes, Etc., at absolute' cost This season's newest goods. Nothing' reserved. We need the money and mean business. This is the best op portunity you will ever have to save money. Strictly a cash proposition. Goods charged will be sold at the regular price Monday, Oct. 2 1st, BEGINNING will MI For the Men Cigars, Safety Razors, Toilet Sets and other things TrWUa fn a n ftj wht Imlftltnt nrmtrnk fI it corrj. -- - ' U1 . that make very acceptable presents, and the prices are right, too PENNY'S DRUG STORE Stanford, Kentucky liver and kidneys did sot work right, but four bottle ot Eleetrlo UltUra made ma fe like sew bbao." P8ICE 50 CTV. AT AU MM STMES. "I vaaaufTrinafrnm mln In stomach, head and back," writ T. Alurnn RaUlirti M n u.tiA Mada A Electric Bitters Nw Man Of Him. :::::::: n. it. Hughes, Martin & Co. Stanford. Ky. J ' dui -- ,j l. 'mx A . zr jy'gJteaMTTTaCTBK ifyf(u,JtjU'ti'tf-- ' ' Tm ww iiiwwwwwi mmm ntmmm THtSfS? y M Pf f F ?ipi l: . - -- Av, ymfl -r Q, h t 4 THE INTKRHR JWHWAL, 1TANFHH. KEHTtJCKT FRfOAV; tfetaleW II lilt A. P. Bannrd, President, J. M. Gentry, Vice President JftlfSW " .. ,ir Take Notice! Come Quick Winter Tourist Tickets NOW ON SALE TO ALL WINTER RESORTS SPECIAL ROUND-TRI- Lexington Tobacco W (INCORPORATED) AUCTIONEERS:- P FARES TO Ji C. Roberts, N. Gibbons., Carry Bass & Brother.11 0 ittvV. a Florida. Cuba, New Orleans, Panama Three through daily trains to Florida, via Queen & Crescent Route. Double daily through service to New Orleans. Electrically lighted equipment, including Pullman Drawing-RooSleeping Cars, Dining Cars, and Day Coaches. m Luther Lhi lwr Ltsilt FwllSOy-Or- w PrivwM, Stivers In A Clfcss By H Wmim.tttttm m Sales Manager and RMster farthe Kv For details call on any Ticket Agtnt, Queen & Crcsctnt Route, or apply to H.CKINQt Passenger & Ticket Aem, 101 E. Main St., Lexington, Ky. Warehouses Sliclhumr. I.cxington. Stivers, Central Ky Orowers k.SV. Ikraart, J. W. Ra4e, i.imi nrqs., J, n. UirtnR. i, inner Olivers JJnker & Koott. .1. Af. a Hro. Gentry, E. B. Hawkins. i ; Our. Xmas Gift to our customers Suits and Dresses at only a fraction of their Real Worth. 25 Cheviot and Mixture Suits, this season's styles, regular price $12.50 to $15.00, Cut price now $7.50 ajl-wo- ol 25 Serge Dresses, Blue and Brown, reg- ular price up to $10, your choice. $5.00 25 Suits of materials, staple Styles, (carried over) regular price up to $15; your choice now $5.00 all-wo- ol You "can well afford to over rule your de- - cision to not buy when you see what values we are1 offering in these suits and dresses. splendid Severance & Son How to be Certain of 7 Curing Constipation . Ttwtmwle ! MklUt la a hard tfata t ataka and th ). V at ' '1SiBCr Jarra, Dr.. Caldwell's Syrup -- aTe iorir inoBL. .sast BOt doorHot doubt It. tn.ril. on account, oftaftezW of rattebt mama, w.-aaxuoDom fatlfcUoi laMftaaU can be eured lata wi te;,l1ia from ffcVlwrworthy earaaJe H U4 I'Mbll: - Tiuvmf-oar wid-nIt Faraata f Ms sold 'ytt.Man. rltrlna? .SMT . WM.ehtl&ren today ara nastti it m . NJalr who war riven It BBS' and truth ' mmWviHy aa rants, mora It baa baas usa that imtb ntn-netr- d bacauaa It haa not boon aaiamaaa.- - H. -' '. sBssTaOnal r luaUra. drunisU. iy in tnaJr XamlUea than any . It Myara, Uorrlaon. Term., and Ada IIS W. Chestnut St. T.nnlviir Ky.-- . Aara but a few of thousands aKbwtar tha esteem te which Dr. Caldwell's Syrup Papain Is Held: It'ls mild. non.-rlplnot" violent. Ilka aits or cathartic. It cures pleasantly so 'that- In time natura attain does Its own work without out-ai- d aid. Constipated 'pecpt owa It to themselves to usa-- this srasd bowel specific Anyone wianm to max a raeay oerore Duvinar it in trial of this. tna war of a drunlat'at flftv Mnt reruiar of nna dollar a lane bottle (family site) can hava a aasanla battlsi Hnt ta thu hnm. free of .chares by simply addressing-- Dr. W. B. Caldwell. 40S Washington St. Montlcello. 111. T.our name and iaddress on a postal card will do. h. Bf - Letters recently received from A M. K. 'V Ktr: V Furniture r KM IRESwCRS STANDS. BINrNC TABLES. PARLOR TABLES. -- LIBRARY TABLES. BUFFETS. 'SIDEBOARDS. CHINA CABINETS. mattresses, springs' comforts, TRUNKS. SUIT CASES. COUCHES. blankets, lace curtains. SHADES. LINOLEUMS. OIL CLOTH. DAVENPORTS. BOOK CASES MIRRORS, GO CARTS. SEWING MACHINES. CARPETS. RUGS. MATTINGS. PICTURES MISCELLANEOUS. , chairs: BplJMBM W-JLTrib- ' 'JmmmwW" ble ggft. r" G. W. Lunsford, of Rowland, bought of J. M, Carter, Sr n bunch Lap robes, horsp blankets carri-n- o of light shoats paving 0 cents for hentors, .tonn shields rte, nt them. Lunsford delivered t T. VY. tfOTH 'PH0NES Jones a lot nt' calves receiving $13.50 J. all round for them. For Sale. 77 acres o Innd three Leximtton, K., December 7, 1012. -- Under more favorable conditions for handling tobacPrice miles from Crab Orchard. co, offerings nnd Hales on our market this week showed n. considerable increase. Tho total amounts,' Report ol llie Condition of $330. inquire W. IL Mueller, Jeweler hold 1,070.0(10 pounds, with n genernl nvernre of $12.12; prices ranging from $1 to $34... The Wavnesburq Deposit Bank. I bought harneM ul Hie !d price The general nverngo on tobacco sold last week wns $10.32, and on viening week $11.32. beforo the advance and will uive wv Doing business at the town of IViee, therefore, having sho wn an advance on practically all grade and bears our prediction that of price. ctmtomers tho ndvantaRc county of Iincoln stnto of Stock is completo now. J. C. thev would improve with larger uffcrings. Good to fancy colon crops nro selling on tho market at Kentucky at the ulunit uC business very full prices. on 20th day of November, 1012. For Sale. Thoroughbred Bronze The Growers' House, one of the houses belonging to this company, sold this week for Jo Resources: Rodgers and Holman. of Woodford county, a crop of tobarcn of eighteen bankets nt the turkeys. Mrs. W. F. Dishon, It. F. Loans and Discounts ...$13,388 51 05-following prices: $31. $33. $31. $31. $21). $28. $27.50. $21.50. $21. fill to $7.75. The general averD. No. 1. PJwne 88-- F Overdrafts, secured and age on the entir ciop living $23.14. This is the. highest price for an individual basket nnd tho high48 78 For Sale. A lot of pure bred unsecured on any market this season. est nverngo for nnv single crop sold nt nny brown Leghorn white Plymouth and Stocks, bonds and other 500 00 We hope nnr expect in ce larger offering- - from this time foronnl ,ns the season of tho year hccimties barred rock pullets and hens. Mrs. 7,240 40 has nmved nnd prices justifies thP seller of tobacco to tnnrket his cr' as ra pi illy nn proper hand95 Div from banks IL I? Snufloy, Stanford. Ky. . ling nnd conditions permits him to do. Mimming the unrket ns n whole, ro roiinider prifos satis4,075 28 Lebanon, Ca'di on hnnd Bohon and Younr. factory for all grades, the Inning power appearing nnxious to increaso their purchases under pres& Fix . Hank house, sold to the Iluson Mule Co., of At- Other renl fur. ........ 4.25000 ent conditions. 200 00 estate lanta Ga.. lat week. 70 fat cotton LEXINGTON TOBACCO WAREHOUSE COMPANY. per head. mules nt $'J17.50 $00,398 07 TOTAL (INCORPORATED) J. F. Cook, of Shelbyville, recent ly sold in New lork n enr load of Liabilities saddle liors.es. He ot an nverace Capital stuck paid in, of $437 highest price. $830. Stockholder's in cash .'.... $15,000 00 The regular meetingMeetlna stockJ. ('. Gravitt. of Clark county. 3,000 00 of the 400 shocks of corn from which Surplus fund has DANIEL BOONE AXLE exholders of the'Stato Bank & Trust he has nlrendjmnthered 400 barrels Undivided profits, letvs penses and taxes paid .377 21 Co.. of Stanford, Ky., will be held of corn and has more to gather, at its banking house on tho hecond The farm of II. V. Thompson, in Deposits subject Tuesday in January 1013, at 1 o' $30,374 70 to Clark county, containing 150 acres, " don' clock P. M. for the purMi.e of elecwus sold publiely Saturday, to John Demand certificates 76 ting director for the ensuing cnr. of deposit . 5,047 00 11.421 Keyed, of Clark county, at $121 per 'WVC t0 9 asssssssssssssssssssssssV M. B. SAL1N. CushiiT. acre. TOTAL $co.308 o; C. II. Olson, of At the sale iif I'rporl ol the Condition o( tht Cando, N. D.. 07 head of Perchcon State of Kentucky, county of Lin- The State Bank and Trust Company and Bclrian stallions and mnrcs. av- coln Set. At fcUnford, Krntnck), (ounlr at IJnroln, eraged $503.10. The three stallions W I. G. Gooeh nnd E. I it the rlow of butinr.. on 36in dT of .N'oi averaged $1,145. nMr, 1V12, president nnd cashier of the ItESOUKCEfl! II. C. Arnold shipped to Cincin above unroed bunk, do solemnly Imnt md ditrotinu .. . J8T.3U" 04 Matfc in Louiavtllc iy CHAS. C. STOLL OIL CO, and un liati'thls week, n cnrload of hogs. swear that the nbovc statement is Overdrafts, :,MO 99 turrtl limits .... 1U C. K. Ie bought of weight Tate a lot ot true to the best of our knowledge Du from 17,220 fit 100 pounds, averaging in .. . i ,AM 7 r, O OOOCIL Prcs. Crh on hand and MUf. ISist; liisic rr. i'lr. ?! E. T. Pence, Jr. sold to Center . 1.T19 39 li L. GADBERRY. Cashier. Intend and rent Bros., of Garrard county this week Subscribed and sworn to before TOTAL 1139,031 13 The Best Peltey Cwtracts? n nair of good work mules. He re me this lOth day of December, 1912 MAllILITIKfl: ceived $275 for them. The Lowest Rates? My commission expires 1914 0. B. Capital Hock paid In, In cath . $50,000 00 ARE YOU GETTING J. Nevin Carter shipped to A. II Cooper Clerk by W, F. Camden, D. KuipKii fund . - ...500 00 Reliable Companies? White, of Raleich N. C. a handsome C. Undivided proftt, l.M rspcnfa . and tar paid 227 v: Expe t Aacats' Advice? harness gelding Inst week. Mr. Car Drpoatti tuUrct to chNk ter received $225 for the nnimal. t2.914 31 YOU TAKE NO RISK Tim drpo.itt 3,000 00 85,914 31 How do you know it? Have you investigated? John S. Baughman and son of ,, lUn! and intrrrtt 0 mo . 3,391 9b Danville, have secured tho services Our Reputation and Moncv is Back Local insurance agents are made by long study TOTAIi 3139,034 13 the fastof Gordon Todd 2:14 and experience; They are not born ! Of This Offer. of Llaroln SS: Slato of KrntucW est race second son of Todd, 2:14 V V. U McCartr and M. II. Halm, for the season of 1013. Gordon bank. and Cathirr of tbe aboro named Wp that Todd is a 6 year old brown horse during pay for all tho medicine used do aol.mnl awrar ot oarlk atiovo itatrmrnt the trial if our remedy fails is tru to in est W. L. M'CAHTV, ana isoiiran I'M. before it is too late. 15 hands 3 inches, is good headed M. D. 8 A LIN. Cath'r. and good gnited. All horsemen who to completely relievo you of constiras this and sworn to have good mares would do well to pation. We take all the risk. You CthRubfrribrd Dwrmtxr, 1912. kfor Cooper, day of fnsurasce obliged Ol to ns: in nny way CUtk'Llucln CsaLt Court. xee this hors before booking their are not whatever, if you accept our offer. COltrtKCT' ATTEHT.-- L. K. llttfkts, O. L. It. marcs. l'rnnr, IlirMtora. Successors ta Fish ant) Mahanv Thurlow Jones bought ctf J. D. Could anything be moTe fair for you? Is there any reason why you & Sons a bunch of 51 hogs at Eads PUBLIC SALE 6c. They weighed 120 pounds and should hesitate to put our claims t should hesitate to put our claims to vero cood ones. Tins closes out a Having decided to quit farming, I lot of G00 hogs wbich Eads & Sons actual test! Tho most scientific, common- - will sell at tho R. I Gose farm 2 have .fed and disposed of in the past sense treatment is Rexnll Orderlies, miles fiom Danville on Stanford two. months. Thurlow W. Jones bought of J. H. which are eaten like candy. They pike McAHstcr, out on the Mallcdgovillo are very pronounced, gentle nnd Tuesday. Dec. 17, oiko, 11 1.200 pound cattle- for pleasant in action, and particularly nt 10 o'clock sharp the following agreeable in every wnv. Thev do which he paid 7e, and shipped them irropcrty: 0 good work males, 1 to Cincinnati along with a lot of not cnuse diarrhoea, anusen, flatu- brown mare, 2 sows and 4 pigs, 1 hogs bought of different nartios nt lence griping or nnv inconvenience 1G shoats C to 0 cents. He shipned this whatever. Rexall Orderlies arc par sow to fnrrow in January, 2 early in the "week nnd later ticularly good for children aged and that weigh 75 or 80 pounds, Jersey load bull, 3 yearling heifers 0 good Jersent in another consignment of ent- delicate persons. All these but one Wo urpe vou to try Rexnll Order sey milk cows. ile and hogs which cost him for the cattle 3 2 to 4 cents nnd hogs nt lies at our risk. Two sizes 10c nnd arc of the Sidney Dunbar stock so 6 to 0 2 cents. Another mixed load 25c. Remember, you can get Rexall uell knuttii in Lincoln and Boyle was also sent to Cincinnati at 0c Remedies in this community onlv nt counties. Some aro due to bo for tho porkers and 4c for tho feed our store The Rexnll Store Pen- fresh in January. Three cultivators ny's Drug Store. ers. 1 good roller, 2 cutting Imrrows, 2 smoothing harrows, 1 ono horse drill 3 good turning plows, 1 rake, 1 moving machine. 3 double shovels, 1 two horse wagon, 1 corn planter, 1 hay frame, plow genr, 1 phaeton, used but little, 1 buckboard, 1 hog box, 1 No. 1 good tarpoulin. Some household furniture, including 1 oak porcelain lined refrigerator with 175 pounds of ice caacity, onk bed t room net, matting, tnblcs, couch and other things too i.umerous to mention. TERMS: All 6ums under $10 ensh over that, three months time, with to-danegotiablo noto nt 0 per cent pay-nbl- o Danville, at Farmers' Bank. The pictures above show many of the great Joys of having a V' J. S. McKITTRICK. bank account. Phono 588-Some Joys: Open an account at this bank today '. Paying yout bills by check and start on the road to enjoyment 2. Buying youl own home of the good things of this life which 3. Getting married only the command of money can give 4. Having youi own business :V A small opening deposit will be ac5. Traveling where you will IK 6. Comfortable old age cepted as readily ?s a large one. FARM AND STOCK NEWS Open day ami itftht Flow space 3.000.000. Stable room 1.000 haries. Shed ram far 1.000 leads ef tabacce. dMtar af ftMHM. Guaranteed sales every day; Rnltnclal rewonslbllltv. r Rest exoerlenced tobacco men In Kentucky to advlu vau abtit IsUms ef aH the buying trade, tndudkm nwrnifactwers. dealers and exaarters. Fti;cafflBetrtin Haul vaw tobacco to us where vou have tadlvWual attefriiaf) ta eaah aaekei-lr- v enaarlenwd warehousemen and where vou can better control the sale as t time and wlee. n tti Wny-lU'Mbu- y. Ver-mille- wan-hous- e JUMZ "WE 4 USE' 10 GREW jSSL Clh yffirniX W" Gnd-bern- ". .. i .. l!I -. 1-- 4. d 3-- 4, f, sec "5fto Insurance Specialists" BROMLEY, I. O.-'- BROMLEY Stanford, - - Kentucky T3KJ - 1-- 1-- 1-- ti1z fin fa ODeB y one here Stanford, .Ky. V. w. 4. MONEYS iHG7ZZ Bm nuts '' ''' V AND HIDES NMHEST MARKET FRICE PAID CAA rwn BAUI CHOC AtJtft UIRP am wmmmlmltiiL- HU MM ssurMiali awawa mbM ssssst HuitonvilL:, iwr run.finv niuca Im WU pass; Hfl d PrW MaW'.aBBSt' ," 'ninamiHiiH IMIIB'illlJU.'UHB WS SSJHCQ KrtssHihea 1887 I LwVWTR.Lfc,Kr. We tell vou how. and navbest market We are dealers; established nltMraiidcuudo liltTTKK for you man agents or commission merchants. Keferenctsany tank in Lou. laville. Write for weekly price list. M. SABEL 4, SONS 22124-14 31 L Mirtit IL lOVItf ILIF, IT. Dsaitrt la runs, mutj, wuui. FURS STATE BANK & TRUST CO., Capital$50,000. w. Surplus $500 G. L. PENNY, V. Pres. M. B. SALIN, Cashier. l. Mccarty, Pres. J. S. RICE, J. D. EADS, Pres. & mmmmwSit R. P. BROWN, 3ww ,4 aSScrf u aVI,