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ML The Interior Journal STANFORD, LINCOLN COUNTY, KENTUCKY. FRIDAY, G Will Stm Wta Wafeh Expires Date and Renew mjttyj DECEMBER 20, 1012. 1 TUESDAYS AND FRIDAYS. HON. GEOMBE M. DAVIMM CLAIMED IY KRIM I J NEWTON PROPERTY Alex Martin Passes Away I in, uu old hind of mark Alex Mm At Somerset Sold Monday by Mas- -' Lincoln county, died nt his homo infir-imitics Another Auto in Town 'V,1' nr,cr.ir., the is.puiar REV. SURLES RESIGNS liv- - fc Iluslonville, Dec. 20. Rev.' II. F, Surles hns resigned ns pastor of tho Unptist church hero atfer a t'VXi Mosby Davison, fer $0 dy CIrnrKo and a half jeans pastorate, during ..... i.nn nt ttiimHt. iiromiftenl nnil which he did a good work in building infltionliiU rcpnWicnns in this, the. up the church nnd its work- Eighth Congressional district, pas,)-- d M here During hu ministry here thjj Snn was Hole The ol lice building. away nt his homo hero at U o',,. ,My Iny school has been thoroughly Wednesday morning. clock graded nnd class rooms have been tber of Abe Newton, and surviving Two Smalll Fires .For mom than a year ho hnd heen at Prcachersvillc provided by the uso of movable curmember of the Newton liios., firm. in declining bcnlth, yet tho cud wns Preachersvillc. Dec. 10 Tim ra tains. There arc DO members of tho Tho purchase price wus 118,700, . . ci . a distinct surprise nnil shock to his .1.... i Homo Department and 15 on the 'ul"eren caught Commissioner Pcnninctoii goes to legion of friends, for they Jmtl no cradle roll. A Woman's Missionary Owcnslmro by order of court on thc'!,ru la" Wl,.c.K .""ll "parks; alight- his condition whs sen-ouIhoupilt thai i Dig on the s niiL'ln .. r.inf Tli., mi; ... Society has been organized with 20 "'Hunt .MniKlny in .lanunry to dispose iIue.ivM,M.j '" r.P tin Last October ho wns assign-e- d 1U time and members) Y. M". A. with 9 members, cstinsisl,e.l. oi two handsome buildings ot tuo On the same ilay fin ganger nt tho Silver CrecK tliu h.nisu owned Sunbeam with 20 members, an inter Nun ton estate. They aro located in distillery in Madison count)' nnd it by J. I estmg JUssion Aker and occupied by W. P ! Study Class, a tench- the heart of the residenco portion was there only n few dny since thnt I m trAminrr iilncia iilti H rvn.liinfi.. EPH PENNINGTON of thn cit ami have been npjirnisetl White, caught fire in a sinnbir manhis condition, became alarming. Hi ner, and a nood sinil lil.iTo . I He has not nccepted work for next at by competent judges nt ftl.OOO. relatives hero being informed of his gaining headway wu. th0 alarm Selected by Fiscal Court to Be yonr but hns several fields under , V. T. 'Saunlfil.nen-llRpatr,hcd was gncn by Kobt. Iittp, who was consideration. IIo will do supply JOHN L. BAUGH Road Engineer for Lincoln ders to Bilvcr Creek nnd ho was near. Prompt work put out the file Itfork until definite work is in the needy and poor neer left him brought homo Tuesday afternoon BEST CROP YET TV Pnnni tint. ill wno - n Held in $500 Bond to Keep Peace in the nick of tunc. INitirnim nn unconscious stnlo from which he empty hutidcd. JIo gave as freely . n ' -w " "" .Master William Payne second son lectcd road encineer bv tho Lincoln Miss OIlio Phillips, of Liberty was Must Answer Other Charges his spirit took its of his puro us from his counsel nnd Col. Rube Bronaugli's Tobacco brings never rallied, nnd of J. P. Pa.Mio the blacksmith, bus. ' nonniv KUcnl Court mi its TPLnilnrlhere Saturday for n few hours, flight ns peacefully nn n cliild fall-w- g he hnd not tho heart to say liny to Record Price M bio. L. Hough of Highland hns tamed some quite severe injuries u session James Hall has accepted n Tuesday nftenioon. There the destitute. (o frlecp. figured more or less conspicuously lew days since. The lml found some were several aimlicants for the! position nt Corhin and will lcavo bnm in StanJudgo Davison was For ten consecutive years ho was i said to bo the finest crop in both rsrcai tand county court Whnl for dynamite caps in the coal and think- - place but (hey witbdietv Won, the shortly for that city. ford on Mnrrh 'SJ, 185ft nnd wns chairman of tlio Lincoln County Re- (of tobacco seen on the Danville the past year, was up before Judge ""'s" to lime n Christmas gun, plac- - vote was cast. Voting for Penning- Mr. xL M. Sandidge, of Moro- eonKoipienlly 57 yenrs of ngo. Ho publican Committee, being succeedbreaks this season was sold Thurs Fields, of. mini, was Here luesday shopping, wns (ho oldest son of E. M. nnd ed by his brother. J)r. R. L. Davison day by Col. R. II. Hronaugb, of nancy again tins week on a peace e me capon a lock ami taking a ton were Magistrate --W Anna Halo, of Danville, vis-- to Martha Vaughn Davison, both of who is still nt tho head of the or- - Crnb Orchard, at the Danville To- warrant sworn out by John Lutes, smaller stone in his bund, proceeded District No. 1, Magistrate Newlnmt . explode it. When tin, cup ex- - of No. J. and Magistrate Singleton itcd her sister, Miss Belle Hale, last one of his neighbors. whom lmve long ninco passed to gaiiiration. bacco Warehouse. An average of ' . Mr. Lutes nnd Aimer Young had n ploded, the coneiissii.il knocked the' of No. .1,'Sqmre Helm, of No. 4, was their reward. His enrly 'education To Judge Davison belonged the iJj.87 per hundred pounds was Mi crop of tobacco housed in Hough's youngster backward, with smerul detained nt home bv sickness.but of MeKce, of Kings Mountain, wn secured nt tho public school of distinction of being the only republifor the crop, only four bas- barn and for some reason the own- cuts on Ins. face and neck which were course come up baturduy to attend tho lie. nltriid'il n his vote could not hne Stanford nnd Inter can oer eJeoted to Congress froai kets falling below ''(l. Col. Henry er objected to sou-le- , certain parties who besides a black cje, teied Hie result ccn if he should Presbyterian bazaar. private institution taught hy I'rof. this district. In 1800 he defeated Iliight, manager to this popular J. 11. Myers, nn educator of Home Hon. J. It. Thompson, of Hnrrods-bur- house, says that he looks for prices wert engaged hy Lutes to do the one thumb nail was nearly off, with have voted against Mr. Pennington, Rev. C. R. Plain preached at shipping. Suddenly Hmigh an- ft very badly cut finger. All young-- 1 leaving Tho office of road engineer is King's Mountain Sunday evening. AftiT nolo in Wit day. nnd served ouo term in the to be still better from uiv: on. He Rev. Willis nounced thnt ho would sco that ev- sters should take a lesson from such 'nil important one to Lincoln countv. is confined to h Fchnol h studied law nnd wns ad- Fifty-fift- h session Ho was defeat- is enthusiastic over the splendid mitted to the bar in 1870 nnd im- ed two j ears later by Hon. Q. O. quality of the weed which has been er body ho objected to left at once, occurrences and never "monkev1 Tho duties are exacting and will room from Hie effects of" a severe k,eep the man who holds if rather cold. mediately secured n good "prn0''l'e (iilliert and being in declining health brought to his house by Lincoln and accordingly niountd his horse with such dangerous playthings. - """Tl uov. Montgomery, or liberty, was Joseph Cress received n fino bull- busy. Ho must see after the copdi-tfo- n In 1881 ho wns appointed to a po- retired from netive participation in countv growers nnd the high prices nnd in a few moments returned with two shotguns, swenring vengance as dog from a kinsman in Cincinnati a ?' of all pikes in tho county nnd hero Tuesday for a few hours. in the revenue service which politics, though ho nt nil tines took j j., sition Imaging he advanced on the crowd. There few days ngo and so elated was Joe complaints must be registered with Miss Llla Rigney visited fricnd3 plncn ho held for four years. nn interest m party nllairs and was When Judge Thomas Z. Morrow, the bonr nnd sinew of his party in SHOOTING NEAR 0TTENHEIM was, according to the testimony upon owning a thoroughbred so him nnd he in turn reports the mat- nt Stanford Saturday. some lively stepping when the would fine, ho fared forth through our vil- ter to the court for adjustment. Mrs. B. C. Sandidge nnd daughter, to tho eir-ru- it Lincoln county for mnny yenrs. of Somerset, ascended be bad man mado his nppenrance. lage with his dog, exhibiting his new Miss Josephine, wcr0 here Saturday Judgo'n bench in the old JudiWhen the Tederal court of the Two Young Men Said to Have Fallen mid for n while it seemed that ho possession to his many shopping. Cecilian Leaf Dies friends. Tho cial district, ho npiwintQ tho Eastern district of Kentucky was Out over a Girl would get awny from tho men who Mr. John A. Blnin is suffering roud young owner showed every Cecilian Lenf, the stnllion owned Master Commissioner of the apendenvoied to restrain him. Finally kindness on the canine. The lovo of by C. E. Tnte ,of this place, died with a sprained ankle. J.inaoln Circuit Court, u Jjieh posi- created Judgo Davison was tho well tho gun was taken nnd quiet wus re- the owner seems President McKinley AsCol. J. P. Chandler, not to have been Tuesday afternoon of lockjaw. As Miss Anna Gooch, of McKinney wns tion ho held until the district was pointed by sistant District Attorney nnd serv- known uuctumcer, wus hero Friday stored. reciprocated for only n, short time stated in the I. .T.'s last report, thn in this city'Mondny afternoon for a changed nnd Judge Morrow was put a ed in Hint iiipneily for nine years. and reported tho shouting uf Ocar Mr. Lutes having reason to by the bruto for he struck out next famous stallion had been suffering short visit. iuto another field. becoming LVid bv Cov Hallnrd near uttcn- gradually health Jlr. Dave Skinner, nrrived from that Haugh sought to shoot day towards Crab Orchard and hns for several days with lockjaw and In 1887 Judgo Dnviaon was elect-:c- d Ills Ottcnliciin him, caused a warrant to be issued not to tho legislature from Lincoln worc, fc gnvo up for a time nil heim on the Stauford and returned, nnd nothing can be no hope wns entertained for bis re- Stoncga, Va., Wednesday very ill, activities and lived quietly among jiike Snturdny night. It seems from und Haugh wus held over as stated learned of his whereabouts. Ho is covery. His death is a heavy loss nnd is under the caro of a doctor. "county, defeating F. F. llobbitt, Chanabove. Mrs. W. D. Nnvo wns in Dnnvilla described as brown, with n. white to the owner. his can- In friends here until last October, the bent information that Col. lxi did not announce when he accepted n position at Sil-- dler could gather that tho two It will b0 remembered thnt Baugh's neck ,nnd continually is wagging an didacy until about '18 hour before Mr. and Mrs. J. 0. Red went to Monday. jTreek and was there when be jouug men were not on cry. good relatives agreed sovcral weeks ago unabbreviated Miss Eddie Carpenter was tho tho election. This was considered cnndnl appendage in Cincinnati Tuesday. They will ho became dangerously ill. terms nnd thnt when Hallard saw to take, him to a snnitarium, resting a most friendly manner. And will go down in the political gono for several weeks. Mr. Reid guest of friends hero Inst week. While n member of Congress the Rtid returning from church with n under the imirression that his mind The 12th was the coldest 12th of is looking after his automobile Mis3 Margaret McCormack visited Instory of Lincoln county an one of Mrs. James II. Woods last week. 3. young lady to whom both had been was unbalanced. This however, was December in 40 years. tho mnny shrewd mvineiili for deccnbcd bad his hrothor-in-latrade while absent. u pistol not dono und the man will Miss Lizzio Phillips, of Liberty, Mr. W. II. Cummins hns a mighty C. E. Tnte delivered to W. A. havo to vltieh he established a reputation. C Florence, nppointed postmaster paying ntttention, he drew striking Reid in answer several charges as a conse- bad font He is "Wliilo a member of tho IegiHalturo nt this plnce which jiosition he has and lircd, the ball hobbling around on Carpenter, this week a half dozen visited Dr. and Mrs. Phillip last though not quence. Among them in an indict- crutches, nnd his foot seems to bo nico Jersey heifers for which the week. committee on inso held with credit. Upon as- the hip, making a paiuful ie was tuio of the S .Y Af ,. A.7..-Iho ouicinis ment, lendcred at tho November irCttilll? Worse. A KTnnll enro nn lila buyer pnid him nn average of $45 a wound. nl-Ins duties Congressman .tiiM!..ions iiiu .mo. on tho suming ii. nn.1 ITki j, TIT juiama. unu rtvcnuo taxation nnd l)aion was besieged with appli- hero had no inforamliuu about the term of court, for false swearim?. insteo dnveloneil lilnn.l nn!Ilnn n.l head. Mr. Carpcuter will ship them family motored to Dnnvillo Sunday J. '" Jj civil codes nnd general itatites. in by lor winch bo KR H is under bond of if 200 docs not seem to imnrovo with re to his son. Brynn Cnrpentcr. in mid were guests of Mr. and Sfrg.'.- ..J- -ui.l in HU'i lm was thn cations from men who presumed on shooting and tho news brought Chandler was the first know- nnotlior is for a breach of peace, medial treatment. Illinois,vrho is fanning on nn cxtcn-siv- o ueecner aunms. republican .candidate for presiden-tiu- l friendship to secure for them good Col. which required him to execute a Messrs. Will Rigney, Jim Bowel elector in this cnngrhsiounl positions, nnd while he wns true ledge any one hero had of it. Judgo W. R. Cress, f Monticello, scale and who is making n hond of :100, Hauch's fathui- - on visited J. M. Cress nnd wife. . spccinlty of blooded livo slock of Lmdsav Rutherford, , attended coifc-LA.district. It wuh 1801 lhit Judge tn every trust and friendship ho nev the poaco bond of $500. Greatly Improving the Climax nt Danville Monday. Duvinon first began to make him- er faltered in his judgment of men Thomas Lunsford has built a all kinds. tho Mr. and Mrs. J. B RouU Jl C. Walton, who is making self felt in local polities. For years nnd steadfastly refused to endorse nice now barn. Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Pope "Tiger" Operator Caught Could Shout for Joy Lincoln county had been democratic anyone whom he believed incompe- Richmond Cliuinx one of tho best .Mrs. Judith McCall, of Tennessee Peto Crnig, a son of tho UUo no- hns visited Mrs. Harriet Foley, Mrs. "I want to thank you from tho villc last week. nnd ii0 one believed that it was pos- tent. His selections, more especially country pnjiers in tho state, was j Mr. Harry Camnitz is hoTjfa?! sible fur it to be carried otherwise, the out for the postmnstcrship hero hero Sunday to meet his daughter, torious Solon Craig, who was killed W. K. Jordan and other relatives bottom of my henrt," wroto C. H. Rndcr, of Lcwisburjr, W. Va.. "for ii noun visii, iu irienus-n- i Miss Lucy Leo Waltou. who is up here several years ngo in his blind here. but Judge "Davison placed himself nt drifted his skill in judging men. Tho doeensed is survived by two from Ward's Sominiuy, Nashville, tiger den, was en light in Chief of tho head of a ticket for county ofMr. and Mrs. J. M. Cress will the wonderful doublo benefit I got villo. niton says Police Carter's dm- - ,mt Afn.,,1.,,. Misses Bessio und Ruth Coi fices nnd was elected county judge, brothors, Dr. RobeTt L. Davison nnd for the holidays. Mr. visit her nephew, Brent McClary, nt from Electric Bitters, in curing me B "- VMUUJ. rort jtownrt, a negro boy of Dunmor, Ky. and spond tho happy of both n, severe ense of stomach of Phil, are guests of Mr. ax-carry'jng to ictory with him nluiost Thomas Davison ,and two slstors, that tho Climax will .bo mado trouble and of rheumatism, from Stanley Stephenson. y about tho first of tho Stanford, was found by the Chief in yuletido. every nominee. It was hero thut he Mrs. J..C. Florence, nnd Miss Lizzie which I hnd been, nu alsjesfc helpMr. Bowcn Govcr, of Staiif year. Many impiovomente uro be- nn intoxicated condition and was at howed not only his ability as n Dnvion, and to them tho infoytncd Miss Mary Logan Anderson nnd less sufferer years. It suit- was hero with friends morn politician bat demonstrated sympauiy oi tins community gooR ing planned for the plant, among once taken before Police Judge biother, Richard Anderson, gavo a ed my case nsfor ten Sundfi. though mado just for that ho was capable of boinsr some- nut, for they have suffored n loss which ia the installation of n. lino-tjp- o Mcnefee, who forced him to tell delightful social Wednesday night in me." For dyspepsia, indigestion, machine. Electric motors have wheio ho yot tho whisky, moro ns a honor of Miss Osn .Dudderar, nt jnundico nnd to rid tho system of Christmas Tree at Hubblething far ltter and moro Bcrvieo- - thnt is grcnt indeed. been placed on every press, so thut means of ascertaining who is in- their homo in Garrard. He mnda n ahlo to his people. Children s exercises kidnoy poisons thnt causo rheumaJudgo Tnvison wan a straight old plondid official nnd when ho vol- line republican nnd the recont split tlu mutter of power is a happy one, dulging in the traffic hero than for tree nt MeKendre Afon.,i Owen Duvall is with relatives in tism, Electric Bitters have no supercurrent, which is tho purpose of fining Stewart for Rockcastle. untarily retired from tho office he in his party had no influence upon with tho ior. Try them. Every bottlo is church, Hubble, Kyon Christ.!" ; had acquitted himself- with credit him. Tn fact ho was n Tnft elector; almost n neoesity in oery progres- disorderly conduct. Seeing tho jail Word, received from Norman, gnaantccd to satisfy. Only 50cts at J.Vo afternoon, beginning at r staring him in tho face, tho negro Okla., stating that a handsome son all druggists. nnd with honor. led what ho know to be n foilnrn sive town. 1"U" " " inetnucxs of Gtitir - " confessed that ho bought tho liquor had arrived at tho home of Mr. and He possessed n. magnanimous hope nnd fought for what ho belicv cluirnl.es Bre cordially invltedttiF- ' D.r. John Cook, tho local vetcri THE DOCTOR'S QUESTION from Craig nnd a warrant was at Mts. Carlo Brittain King, was reporno nml fnl-spirit to n high deprco nnd no man ed to bo right. v. -i' ...... (IUU( nnnnn, is Having mucti onco issued for his arrest. who beenmo intimately acquainted success ceived hero last week, Carlo is a Funeral services were held nt the Judge Menefeo being of tho opin former resident of this placo and treating lockjaw in horses, of which UnU, tn C. .'..! with him could fail tn note the manly residenco of J. C. Florence Thurs- Much Sickness Due to Bowel Dis u "WW . .y orders. nnd noble trails of his character. day nftcrnoon nt 3 o'clock by Rev. ion mat the community wns much has many friends whilo his wifo will there has been something in the wny JJunng tho last few years. si of nn epidemic in this section lately. better off without Crag than with be remembered as handsome Mass in all linos of business His devotion to his nged mother in C. II. Greer, of tho Methodist church Ho cured a horse for W. K. Warner. professional life, lmvn A doctors first question when him even on tho rock nile. nereed to Heulah Wallin, whi often Iict declining years, his tender, of which Judgo Davison was n long eboii. visited i faithful nnd ever loving watchcaro time member, nftcr which tho re consulted hy a patient is, "aro your let him go provided ho would leave hero boforo her piarriago to Mr. tho local tinner, fixed up a mulo for compiotcly that every man is" knows that uiotown and never return. This King. o v. unmes, and a lioreo for Ueo. up io tno lact tbn in ordr Ho JZE of her ntlrnctcd and won for him mnins of this good citizen nnd noblo bowels regular?" per cent of illness is Craig promised to do and nt onco . Mr. nnd Mrs. Grover Rigsby have Heard, of Hustonvillo. Let him succoss ho must specialize and! friends v?ho nro genuinely pricved mnn wcro consigned to their Inst ninety-eigat tho passim: of his spirit. During resting placo to await tho call nt attended with inactive bowels und hied himself to Lexington to live gono to housekeeping m tho house know if your horoo needs trcuiraent. to do soioa one tiiinif andi3,T?- So it ia with any artirfa 1 torpid liver, nnd that this condition with his mother, who hnd also left vncnted by Mrs. Charley Scott and : . his term as county judgo tho sup- judgment mom. thai No More Dandruff, Falling sold to tho people, tl Mst ' must bo removed gently nnd Vt. P. erintendent of public schools, Stanford for .Stanford's good somo family at Griffin Station. Life's Rnco Well linn, Mrs. Hair. Gray Hair. genuine merit or no amess4- - cfilS--vertisibofoiu health can bo re tliiio ago. McClnry, died. Ho find been electScott moved to Crab Orchard Life's Work Well Done, will maintain the'des Men nnd women do you wont a st ored, ed ns the democratic nominee, nnd Tho Baptist .brethren Now Cometh Rest. at their splendid liend of luxuriant hair free for the artiole. Roxnll Orderlies aro n positive, hnd fought the election of Judgo Drives off a Terror business meeting Snturdny unani- from scalp itch nnd dandrufft For many years wo aa.ve watoked Tho chief executioner of death in mously voted to call pleasant and safe remedy for conDavison. Tho magnnnimily of tho Important to Taxpayers. Do you want hair so Rev. E. B. Engwith much interest reraarkaW stipation nnd bowel disorders in tho winter nnd spring months 13 lish for their pastor during 1913. radiant thnt it compels bowitchingly record deceased wns shown when ho offerthp admiramaintained by Dr. KilWs If yo nhnvo not nsyet paid your goneral. Wo aro so certain ed tho plnco to J. C. McClnry, n of their pneumonia. Its advance aranta nro Rev. English, who is pastor for tho tion of all who seo itf bwamp-Roo- t, the great Kidney, Elvstnte nnd county tax, remember brother of tho school superintendent thnt under tho present law, will bo great remedial value thnt wo prom colds nnd grip. In nny attack by Kaptist church at Hartford, Ky.. Do you want a scalp ns immacu- er nnd Bladder Remedy.. I Fro. tke to return tho purchasers money one of theso maladies no tune should has been notified of his call, who hnd just died. As county judge compelled to advertise, nnd sell nf- ise and his lately clean and bright 03 a nowly very beginniBK the proprietors bad bo lost in taking tho best modicino so muoh confidence, in it thaf ihey he had tho nppointmont nnd gnvo ns tcr December 31st. Call and settle in every case when they fuil to pro- obtninnble to drivo it off. Countless. nnswer is nnxiously awaited by the minted coin? get his reason for offoring tho plnco to nt once to snvo duce entire satisfaction. a 00 cent bottlo of invited every one to test it. free of If you do brethren. Rev. English it will bo costs. W. L. further to Dr. Roxnll Orderlies aro eaten liko nionsnnns havo found this "Mybohus-bn- re.aembored, conducted a most suc- PARISIAN SAGE today, at dealers cost, before purchasing. J. C. McClnry that death had de- McCarty, Sheriff. King's Now Discovery. 101-teverywhere Tiio girl with tho AuIt physician's ptwrfrtis. prived tho family of n well earned candy, they net nuietly nnd havo n believes it hns kept him from cessful revival horo in October. burn hair is on every carton and boThey Save. office and ho deemed it nothing but thousand of soothing strengthening, healing in- hnving pneumonia threo or four JJovs. W m. McC. ITutchins and A. Foul Plot Foils a justice that it bo as nearly restorfluence on tho cntiro intcstinnl tract timos," writes Mrs. Georsro W. Placo C. Bnird preached to good crowds ttleAsk for PARISIAN SAGE nnd letters received from former aaffer-er- e. seo that you get it. G. L. Pennv When a shameful plot exists be- Thoy do who' are now enjoyinK Rood er ns possiblo to the ones who hnd not purge, gripe ennso nau- Rnwsonvillo, Vt., "and for coughs, Saturday and Sunday at tho Baptist guarantees it. tween liver and bowels to cause dishealth m a result of its us. colds nnd croup wo havo norer found church. suffered ma&t by the official's sea, flatulence, excessivo looseness, llo'wver if you wish 'first te 'iff v.n Many other nets of a simi- tress by i ef using to act, tako Dr. diarrhoea or other annoying effect, its rqunl." Guaranteed for nil brondonth. STOP THAT ACHE a BABple bottle, addfaes Dr. Kinr King's Now Lifo Pills, and end such lar nntiHrc, nil tending to portray abuse of your systom. They gently Thoy nro especially good for chil- chial nffoctions. Prico 50o and $1. Just received, a now lino of China Any acho or pain in any part of G,,iJiuighamteHf N.Y. nwdthe fino character of Judgo Davi- compel right action of stomach, liv- dren, weak persons, or old folks. Trial bottlo frep nt all druggists. nt tho Variety Storo. T. W. Hurablo. the body can bo relieved with Shipp's tionthis paper. They will tfiutt? son are well remembered by his in- er and bowels, You can't find a nicer present to Quick Relief Liniment. $100 reward forward you a sapl bettle by mil, and rostoro your Two sizes, 25o and 10c Sold only Our stock must bo reduced to distimate friends, and associates. lie health and all good feelings. 25o at at our storo Tho Roxnll' Store, solve partnership. if it fails and the purchase price ie aMktly tree. ' v & send a friend ban a year's subscripCummins not refunded.. Try it and see. We .TRetrakr 6ifee mndo no display of his charities, yet all druggists. Pennj'B Drug Storo. tion to tho I. J. sale' at aH 3 u--" i Wcnrcn. druggists. at all V pat--- 50 cents and $1, (AtX PeJIWclan. I Passes Away at. His 'Heme Wednesday Netee s. ncur Rowland Tliuisdny night nflcr n lingering illness duo to tho of advanced yenrs. His ngp wns 7(1 and for many years ho con. dueled u farm on tho Halo's Well HHC?U road. Age coming upon him ho gave up nctivo life and lived with his sons near Rowland until his death. wife died about Mr. Martin's hue he is survived three ycntH bv four children, Thomas, Frank nnd Wesley Martin nnd n daughter Mrs. W. M. Mocker, of this place, and they were till with their father vthcu tho end cumu. Mnny jenrs ngo the deceased became u member of the McthodNt church nnd hnd lived a good life. Rev. C. II. Orccr will conduct n short service nt tho homo tomorrow Hon George. M. Davison. afternoon nl'ter which tho remnins (From a l'hto Tnkeu in his Prime) will bo laid to rest in lluffahi eis in Stanford. Ho purchased this ho Lincoln J, Circuit.... oi. local agent Gloier, hanil- Wcck 1), ( ourt, Muster t oinitnsH oner h. Itll-some model Ford mac n ne nnd Peliningtou went to Somerset Moll- - ....n use .. ", will it m connection with Ins i nnd disposed of the proper y Imsincss, "'cry Tie Ford seems ."' o nt public su ,' of tho lute Abe Ncw-,ii- n ,h most popular mac , line on the consisted of the Newtonian ,m,rk,t With '. Stanford lieonlc. Hotel, and all fix.nies and he post . As Baptist Pastor at Hustonvillc News From tho West End. Hy order of "'," . g, .ii , C ......... "V -- - I g, -- be-lie- er - j - i- touu-wcokl- - 24-ho- ur - lk m .v ..." o ..- it ht V t ng .1 go thor-uiuiiK!- ! d. ka oaIo - ; tr -- xi " A " v ammmmm mm itMiiwt'-'"i- " THE INTEWOH JOUMIAL tTANFOM, KENTUCKY. FBIDAY. BECEM1EW M, 1812. The Interior Journal. . gUELTON BAUri.Br. -- Froprlttor Books Make Nice f Christmas Gifts it most, but the mere fact that we still 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 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' Shoss, Trunks and -- 1 A TEAR BTUtOTtT IN ADVANCE t In Full Blast Tli S Htd Knltrei at rortelfc tint mB matttr BUnftri Presents 1 nifto1utibn Sale of .1 lnnm nnonntncati In tht Th ctndidnlft lor ofAc. mbjwt to Ih. etlon ol No .nnonBtemfnti Ihf Democratic prlnurjr will h mud, nnlcti pld (or la dtncl Yer Stalt .Ittialor Political Announcements - ITthat makes us appreciate IS NOT the price of a GIFT , Tor Jltprttrntttirt. V1H01L McMULLlN. i For Shtrit H. B. UAUU1IMAN B. W. OIVKNH J. U. WEATHEKPUKD T. J. HILL lor County I Mist T. A. 11IUE M. t. NOUTU DK110UDE DINK FAHMKU WILLIAM II. HKHTKli W. A. UAIISON For Aiitntr V. L. 11ECK 8. U. OWENH K. II. imONAUOH V. O. SANDIDOK J. IL nOONK W. T. OAUNKIt LAKE iIOIt(IA UEOIU1K C K ANDKItHUX k I'EYTON rr laiir I'AKKISH We have just received a large number of allkinds of children's uuuis, pjLuuurw uuuia, wuu., uuu also the latest in Novels for the grown-ups- . Nothing is better for a Christmas gift. PENNY'S, Cummins Wearen LAST GALL FOR CHRISTMAS We still have a fine stock of goods that will make nice presents. Goods are right, and prices are right ., . The Rexall Store. H'll. C. LOXC J. t. aniFFi.v A representative of tlio Dowie printing house vf Chicago, wis here tliH week, soliciting orders from local business i"en. We noticed that those who send their jrriiiting or- PROTECTION In cold, unassuming figures here is our guarantee to every depositor, regardless of the amount he may have in this Bank: Capital $100,000.00 Surplus 100,100 00 Stock Holders' Liability 100,000.00 $300,10000 This magnificent, carefuiiy selected stock of goods, which we have gathered under J this roof, has but one destiny, that's with you. Cost is ignored. Values are made s that are rapidly vacating tables and shelves l nousanas ot collars wortn.ot new, clean seasonable merchandise in prices until the bargains are cut ks ders nwny from home the first who want their ter to "Uccp something paper" for them mid docs. arc usually home prin- out of tho he usually Bags. , . 'A . J IT f - u k For men, we have everything they wear. An Overcoat, a Suit of Clothes, Underwear, Shoes $1.50 to $10.00; Hats from a $1 Pocket to a Stetson Silk lined and Silk Velour at $5; Cowhide Suit Cases, $5 to $12 50 Cheap ones $1.50 to $3.50. Hand Bags, $5.00 to $12.50. Suspenders and Garters, 1 pair in pretty box, 25c to $2. 1,000 Men's Ties, 25c, 50c 50c and $1.00 ones in and $l-t- he Christmas boxesall you have to do is drop in your card. Silk Sox in medium and light weights in black and all the new shades-- 1 pair in a beautiful box, with card: all you have to do is write your name at 50c the pair. Men's linen handker- 'I f cmers,Dut ud o in a rancv dox ror c,the box; a finer one, 3 in box, at $1.50. Silk handkerchiefs, in fancy or plain white, with or without initial at corner, at 25c, 50c and $1. Men's work gloves, from a 5c Can- vas to a $2 Buckskin. Dress gloves, unlined, wool lined, silk lined and fur lined, from 25c to $5.. Tie holders, Cuff buttons, Collar buttons, Stick pins, Walking canes; Everything a man wears. Select what you want now, while you have "plenty of time, and we'll put it Wway for you. -- Anderson Hester tucky might survive such nn exodus lltircli Hester, a son of Richard Standing in the Diamond King from its borders, but luckily we Hester, one of the most substantial Contest nt the Itielinnlnon Store fanners of Lincoln haven't thnt hanging over us. . county, was Junction City, Ky., for week ending joined in the holy bonds of wedlock to Mis Mary Ethel Anderson, Congressman Onolev Stanley nn- - 12th, December, 101'J. daughter of David M. Anderson, of Mi-.;- , Georgia Wells 403,610 nounccd ns n candidate for the demPreuchersulle, in a ceremony Wedocratic nomination for U. S, Sen- Mis Lucy McCord 130,010 nesday ufiernoou liv Ifev. Hush, of ate this week. That's just about ns Jliss Hattie Leigh 307,080 the Itii)tist church. The attendcloc as he'll get to tho senate. Miss Alma Co.by 231,000 ant.. ere Miss Dora Hester, sister Miss Flora Minor ITGj.I'O of the groom, and Joseph IVeeman, Miss Annie Atkin$ 155,200 of (his county. Tho groom is uu energetic young jMUs LaVinin MeGrav . , . . 147,000 farmer while hi,, bride i a charm Miss Laura Kcllcy 130,030 ing and cultured y.iiinir woman and Ml.ss Donubellc West . . 122,100 in oery way fitted to make the man 121,330 o her choice an ideal wife. Miss lllaneho Limn After the ceremony the haptiv 115.800 Miss l'aiiliuc Taylor . . icjmiird in the home of Mr. .SIMJUU t,,i,l,l Miss fcuisie ltoberts . . . Get our prices on Furs S2,(i()0 Anderson, the linde's fathe Miss Christina XusLu . 73,750 n ho't of friends assembled nt an Miss Irene Lyons 81,000 elegant ieceiti,in for the linditl jmir Miss Alice Durham before you sell. Miss Lnla Sowell 09,700 and wished them God's speed in their Miss Hessie Wright , . . 02,100 journey through life. Mr. and Mrs. Hester will oon go Miss Mary Heck 35,800 Mi-- s Mamie Jones 10,050 to housekeeping on his farm on the 43,550 Hush Mranch pike and will have the Miss Dora MeAneley r. 43,000 best wishes of their many friends Miss Mary Clurkson ... Mis, Aiinn I'ruitt 41.450 and aiitiniiitiuices. PHONE 153. MNs Elsio AUt.itt b0,450 It cost .si5()) produce Custer's 40,U00 Miss ChiTu Mai tin 22.200 Lust Fight. Gracie Lawson . . Mis 18,500 Miss Josie Walker Low Round Trfu Holiday Fares. 10,100 Fredia Seltsnian Uv way Queen & Crescent Route. Tickets on sale December 13, 17. ll. 20, 21. 22 23. 21. 25 and 31. 1012. mid January 1. 1913. Return limit January 6. 1913. Apply to nearest ticket agent. O. & C. route, for full information. W. A. Heckler G. P. A Cincinnati. O. Tho Marching Suffragettes uf Now York declare that they will secure woman suffrage in that state by VJ15 or lenve the state. Ken- Lincoln County National Bank Cornnr Nnt to Courthouse. Stanford, Hy, The Diamond Ring Contest Nothing to rival this sale in value giving has ever been at tempted in Stanford. This is extremely strong store talk, designedly so. We urge you to come and verify our statements. We have prepared to make tomorrow and the remaining days of this Dissolulion Sale, Red Letter Days in the selling history of Stanford, Ky. Our prices will doit. a FURS Cummins & Wearen Blizzard Fronts, Lap Robes, Horse ...... H. B. Northcott Stanford, Ky. .... Blankets, Foot Warmers and Heating Stoves are in demand now. Call and see us. Furniture MATTRESSES. SPRINGS COMFORTS. J' D. PERKINS DENTIST Office Over Higgins' Store ."TANFOltD, KENTUCKY. W.RHig gins Stanford, Ky. BEOS DRESSERS STANDS. TRUNKS. SUIT CASES. COUCHES. DAVENPORTS. BOOK CASES ' J.L.Beazley &Co DINING TABLES. PARLOR TABLES. LIBRARY TABLES. BUFFETS. SIDEBOARDS. CHINA BLANKETS. LACE CURTAINS. SHADES. LINOLEUMS. OIL CLOTH. MIRRORS. GO Sale will continue ten days longer. cut-price Sanders' Great CARTS. UNDERTAKERS AND DEALALSO ER IN FURNITURE, RUQ8. THEY WILL EXCHANQE FURNITURE FOR ALL KINDS OF STOCK. QIVE THEM A CALL. PRICE MAT-TING- SEWING MACHINES. PICTURES MISCELLANEOUS. CABINETS. CARPETS. RUGS. Hundreds of satisfied customers have attended, so if you come you will be satisfied, also. DINING CHAIRS. ROCKERS. MATTINGS. L L. SANDERS, Crab Oicliaid, Ky. WATribble Call Stan foic. Kentu cl. THERE IS REAL PAINT also bobjo stuff mixed with cheupcuiog materials that is not worthy of the name. If yos have had experience with the latter kind you don't want another. If you haven't take our" advice and don't experiment. Buy our roal paints and save yourself 'disappointment and money as well ud Rubbers We carry a full line of Ball Band and Candees. Don't be persuaded to buy a cheap rubber when for a few cents more you can buy the best. .VY l'- - jfl4lcRoberts I H. J. at T. D. NEWLAND, opposite Court House and get your winter stoves W. E. PERKINS Crab Orchard, Ky I A. ALLEN. . StanfM-tf- . Ky. i. ,3' -- JLW V u. "it THE STAWrOBDIHTEmOBJtiUWNAL. M-1 J STANFORD, KENTUCKY FRIDAY, OECEMEB 20, 1912. I SATURDAY NIGH DEC. 21st i At The "CUSTER'S LAST FIGHT" In Three Reels Personal and Social. Mrs. J. W. Accy went to Lancaster Friday morning to visit relatives. Stanford Opera House Admission lOc. 20c. & Here IS Mrs. T. P. Hill is suffering from Mi. Spitler ftnil Miss Cain, of n slight Htroke of parulysis. Cinb Diehard, nt I ended tho show Mis3 Snllio trills Crnig hns been here, Thursday night. cputo ill with pip for several duys. Mrs. J. U. Cover is tho Riicst of SHORT LOCAL NEWS relatives and friends at Gcrrbin. Mr. John Bright, Jr., is suffering with a cnrbuncla oil !us hand, Mrs. T. V. Jones Is tlio guest vf nlailVes at fllirlnnnti for Xmns. Mr. J. H Paxton hits been ill for bovcral dtijs with innluiiiil fovor. Mr, Logan McCall npont scvcrtil days in Imimilln this wenk. Mrs. J. V. Cocking and dnughter Miss Lillian Path, of McKinncy, ver bye. Wednesday. Mm. Jesse I). Wcaren and Mrs. A. P. Hiiiiii were in Danville Wed-nehdii- y. Hiair, Falling? - Our mixed nuts for Christians are. 101-- 1 oxtru line. Farris. 1 ' See the 5 nnd 10 cent counter at Humble. the Vnnety Store, T. You want tho best policy when vou Insure. See Fish & Bromley, Stanford, Ky. Insure everything. Bowels are Basis Uiiifi.4 of Child Health Mrs. Carrie McDonaM. 1038 Trigs Are.. Memphis, Tenn., and Mrs. &illle B. Griffith, Wechdile, Ky., ate always supplied with Dr. Caldwell's Syrup Pepsin, and with buy your candies, fruits nuts, cranberries and bnkcry 100-- 3 supplies at Cover's Fox Xmns, yol'r help Mnisli lleit Comfort $3.50 fentUcn HimI Comfort $2.50 3 All wool Blimkcts ?' to $8.50 Sill: Hoso 5c to $1.50. For Salo or Ront. On Junuiiry 1. IP13 my houso on Mnin street. II. C. Hniighman. OS-tf. For Kent for 1013: Two bonnes and negro cabin belonging Mrs. M. V. Vaughn. Apply to L. H. Hughes, Take your order to Furrfs for .iito VciU JilUiw Tops laundry 1B 19 lo Children's Hatrt 10o to ,Min KrnrfH 'J5o to ly.x'iyl $1. fllc to 50c. COt' l.J.ri. scJh $1 to $5. Si-I$5 to ?2J. Japniiew Hooklet 50o to .J. Uitmlkerclilcffl 3o to $1 2 Handkerchiefs in n folder, 50c. (J in Jnp box $1 0 handkerchiefs in fnnoy box $1 3 IlnndkcTchiefu in fur Ladies' Fur s suit enso J5i-- . 3 lltindkeiehicfs in phono box 25o Paritlnn Ivory nro i!5o to 50o Japanese Hnskcts COe lo $3. Fur sets $1 to $25. Chiffon veils 2xlyd $1. Auto Scnrfs 25c to $1. Kid filoYcs $1 to $1.50. Linen cenTfx, squares, centers ti'., 25c to $5. Udio Suits Lot No. 1 UdieV Suits Lot So. Ludii-Scrse dreh-- t s (ts close) f" 2 $7.50. John N. Mencfcc, laid up with a hccre attack of grip for (.cvcrnl days. Willitim Vn)-c- r came homo from Millersbnrj- - Military Institute for the Cliritmns holidays. Mrs. Dan Trnjlor and Miss F.lin-bel- h Hiinn Merc the guests of Miss Annie Dunn at ltiiMouiIle Sunday. Mr. M. F. Lawrence, rnst of town hns a painful carhiiuclc on his left hand. Mr. S. H. Orcor, of Bardbtoun, is bis brother, llev. C. II. (Irecr at the Mcthodtnt parsonngc. Little Miss Cecil P.itson, of Lancaster, who has been the ?ne- -l of lier grandparents, Mr. mid Mrs. J. II. Hilton has returned home. Mrs. II. L. Hubble, wife of Scn-ntHubble, continues quite ill at her Imtiio on (he Stanford mid l.nn-cntpike. Miss Mary Dee Heck, of McKinncy is the elinnniiif,' rn-- t of Misses Dooia and Clrriiline Metcalf at Paint Lick. Messrs. Joseph and flrnrpe Ilnp- jer of Damillc, will spend the Xmas holidays with their parents, Mr. and .Mrs. UeoTjre D. Hopier. Miss Vinriiiin Hounie, of Lancas injr her sister, who hns been ter, .Mrs YV. K. Warner, has tetiirn- er Kniis. niindies. N'uts. Fics. Dates. Sr., has been We hmo Ihu best tlio market nf fords for Christinas 101-- 1 You ttrtalrity cannot'lose yout hair and keep it, too Which shall it be? Lose? Then do nothing. Keep? Then use Aycrs Hair Vigor. That is about all there is to it AVer's Hair Vigor is also a splendid and It keeps the hair soft and smooth and greatly promotes its growth. It does not color the hair. Consult your doctor freely. Doctors hair-dressi- hair-toni- c. Tho cmrefut mother, who watcheu cloaoly tho phyitcal peculiarities of her children, will soon ulscoter mat tne moat important connection Cummins AV Wenrcti nro dissolv- a ilillil's constantthine Inhealth t to with keep Rood renularly open, flluuclnh ing partnership nnd are slaughtering the bowel bowels will be followed by !os of appeprices. tite, retlcne-(- t during sleep, Irritability anil a dozen and one similar evidences of physical disorder. Ojntes, celery,' crnnberrics. fruits At tho -t sign .... Llliii. fir- .jki T u.. nf..,such disorder give nuts mid eandiHS Fnrria 101 1 .,, .... ... t . , . i.. A.. n.M..1l' m W....te.. Svrtip Pepsin at night on retiring and See our lino of Community Silver reis-a- t the dose the following night If 1011 fir Xmas, Funis. necessary more than that wilt scarcely bo needed. You will find that tho child Don't forget tho baznnr nnd ex- will recover Its accustomed good spirits normally. once eat change of the Haptist church at the at This and will Is a ami sleep remedy vast Improvement past office Snturdny, December 21, ocr salts, cathartics, laxattte waters Cakes candies and fancy articles for and similar tilings, which are altOEether m m too powerful for a child. The homes of contains superior tonic properties which help to tone and strengthen the stomach, ller and bowels so that after a brief SS Cf Is no substitute for this grand laxative. It Is really mora than a laxative, for It them, as with thousands of others, there with and naturo will do ILi own. Anyono wish Ins,-- to make a trial of this remedy before buying It In the renulor way nf a druggist at fifty cents or one dollar l large bottle (family size) can have a sample bottle sent to the homo free of charge hv slmnlv addressing TJr. W II Caldwell, 405 Washington 8t Montlcello, III Your namo and address on a postal card will do. it Sill iSXSti" S ; si' sale. Doors open nt 10 A. M. fwnlor rtoin A fall line of Fruits, Nuts and Candies at tho Vniiety Stole T. W. Humble. Get a good menl for 25o at Gofer's wiiile lining your Xnm t.liuppmg are studying these hair lttA bT th J. O. ATZn CO.. nsaSBJBJBaBJBJSaBJSJBJBIBJB questions much more than in former days. IxirH. Uui. The ladies SriTt or Ohio Citt or Toitno. t LlCAU Ooiktt. f J CHtirr mAlM tMOi tht b h utinrr ol th nrm ot " J. ciirsti A Co, Frk ot iho Hnptl-- lot No. 3 $5 All cloaks one fourth off Many oilier htuple piod dt played and priced below the regular price Dnrninc Set Scwiiu Set Pin Cushions Candle Sticks Smoker Sets Jewel Boxes Fancy Unlets ltroom Holders Knwini Baskets Powder Hoxck Hand Mirrors Shoe loins Nail 1'il.w Picture Frames Vuseliiiu ed home. Mrs. J. V. Hnydeii, of Paris, who lias been the j:uil of her mother, Mrs. Pcrmdia Hrown, and other rilatues here for u week, retimed home Friday. Miss F.lizahcth Hiiiin, is homo from college to t- MH Jnrs. Fancy Amms lfnndkei chief bags Collar Rigs Auto Scarfs Phoenix Mufflers Child u-if-s '' ' r " with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. V. II. Higius. Mrs. Ocoii;e P Mnnry and littlo of Carey, Ohio, anivd Tliun-diiuiiht to hpend Clrristmns with her jiareuts SU. and Mrs. J. N. -Mcnefee O'Hiiiinoii, wlin in attending at State diversity, cntne home Wdnednv to hpend the Xmas holiilny s with his H. O'Honnon. father, Dr. Mrs. J, S. Jiduison and childien, Lex-uigl- f.oiil Christmas of Crab Orehnrd, will !un their Return barnnr and oxclinnge nt the PerXOTART Hairs Catarrh Cure la taken Internally and aeta kins' House Saturday, Dec. 22. upon the bkjod and mucous aurtacca ot the lysUlu. bebd lot teitlmonula. trre. muted to come. CO. Toledo, O F.J ClltNhV Fanciest line of Xmns candies Fold by all Drunlnta. lie Xaae Hall a lamiir fnr cotistlDatloQ. over in Stanford at Gover's 100-- 3 Fop holiday presents which will last a life time no to Mueller's JewYour friends will think of you The I. J. makes an appreciated 90-t- f. elry store. twice a week for a ear, if you tend Christmas gift. them the I. J. as n Christians gift. Our entire stock goes at cost, for nle H. I, Game Cockerels !c Wcaren. Mrs. Sam Helm, Iliistouulle, Phone Cummins For Xmns cakes, pies, etc, gic l()0-2il.H me onr order early so you won't he s. You can buy goods from 100-disappointed. Ooier't. & Wcaren cheaper now than Sunday morning sen ices nt the by the you eer bought them anywhere. Haiitist church, preai-liinSealed bids' for the surplus milk pastor at 10:15, Sunday school at ut the Creamery will bo received unFor Sale or Rent. My house, SI CW. Saturdav. Dec. 28. II. J. possession ghen the first of the til noon. . '100-- 2 Sifc'y. McUobtnt-D. V. Jim Dawson, ft Stanford negro, year or nt once apply to Jliss who has been houeboy for J. M. Logan. Mam Street, Hustonvillo 1003 is 1000 Indians nnd 1000 lT. S. Aherson ut Lawieiiccburg fo"r se take port in "Custer,, Last Lost. Doj's overcoat on Stanford i'.nl jears. died this week and Mr. Finht." If you do not beliee it just Aler-u- n hud bis itinrtinn ?tiU crc and Crab Orchard pike, near Cedar Kew'aid for retain to W. I). count them. for bin ml. In his Anderson News, Cieek. 100-- 1 he pajs a desened and benutiful Xewl.ind. Ciali Orchard. Count v Clerk Cooper issued li as a good and tubule to D.iw-sotense this week for the mnrringe of chuu-Members of the Haptist faithful senant. and Sund.iy school will please bring Jhss Ileulah G. Hazlett, of this county, to Knbcrt V. Hatfield, for At the .Methodist chinch Sunday tho their eojilnbutioiis for the Orphan v pastor will preach at 10:15 and at Hoiiuvnu next Sunday, Dec. 22d. .1 inerly a resident of Jackson coun-tbut iiioic recently n citizen of 7. The Sunday School meets at "1:30 C MeCIary, Supt. S. S. Tho ceremony was pcr- Lincoln. and the Kpworth League at 0:15. toiuicil nt tlie Iniiles liome near Rev. C. II. Oreer will pieaeh at l.eivone is most cordially welcomLogan's Cieek Sunday nflcinoon at .Veal's Cieek. ed to all of these services. 2::t0 o'clock. A line Enu'lih bull dojr came to The Doaid of Prison Commission my platv near Ciab Orcluud last Pcu-- j er-- . paroled Stewart, a local Wednesday. Owncs can pet samo mgro, this week. He was hv pn inp: for this adv. and his keep a -- Imrt term for burglary. H."Dionau-:li- . Lost. Meerschaum pipe. to this office. Reward. ly p. Cuin-tnin3. sol-die- l chinch, la lite City nf Toledo. Couat find Htat And mid ftrm will py th mim n( OM5 IIL"JDm:i JJOLLAIIS tot rach nd rrrry rn ot I 4Tarhh that cannot ta currd by the uac ol CATABHII 11 ALLS CtKC FItAVK 1 m my Drew-n- c, hwwrn e- - or in ani gulfs-ril--sl (th day ot Dtcemtx-r- , A. 1) . 1134. thli A. W. OLKAROV, ftfor-ul- .1 bu.lnmi thl ciiirv lllllpend 2SPVr " JaslsSV and put jour savings in te kak You can cut down your expenses, if you try a little less for this luxury, a few cents less'for that and you have the beginning of a fortune, iff you put what you save in the bank. All the time it is accumulating you are getting nearer to independence and to the goai ot that ambition for all things are easy when you have, money. Start today. Open a bank account with what you have. Even a dollar will do. Q STATE BANK & TRUST CO., Capital'$50,000. w. G. L PENNY, V. Pres. M, B. SALIN, Cashier,. Surplus $500 Stanford, Ky. V. es. l. Mccarty, Pres. J. S. RICE, J. D. EADS, Pres. II. Jr. 100-.- 1. Am. -r of Laucnstei, took the train heie Tucsdav for JueksoiiMlIc Fln and points on the coast to remain for sometime. Hats ' ririMrwiN Hoods, Laundry Pugs ltcniity Piiib. Oluwv Ties Hnlfho-o ' ' ' Jewel Pocs. Hat J'in Holders Pot-Card Album. Match Suiatchcis, SlmitiK l'n els. Framed Pictmes Score Canls. Pin Cushions Sewinjr Sots Holt Holly ltibbon Fancy Neekwcar Linen Handkerchiefs Heauty Pius Haiettcs Hut Pins. iudsor Ties Child's Patent Leather Mittens Childreus' Caiw t Christmas holiday. will join them later. Mt. (teorve 1). Wcaren. who hns been in Kiiimis Citv for secrnl months (ho puest of hei' diiimlitor, Mrs. Ilohort Hale and sun, Mr. Hen Wpih en returned home WedncMlav. Mix. C. T. Chatluim and little son went to XichoIasMlle Wodnes-dn- y to lie with her pnreuts, Dr. and Mrs. J. S. Homes, until after the Her itl every day. examinations oftcnohow that tuberculosis had been arrested by strengthening the nings'before the germs gained mastery-- PQPt-IJiprtem -" im1 Stockholder's Meetina Sen ices Sunday uinming nt the t, The lesrular meeting )f the of the Stnte Hank A, Trust Prcshleriaii church at 11 o'clock. Co,, ot Stanford, K., will be held i The Sunday school will she "The at lis haukim; hou-- e on tho second ' King's Herald." an inteies'lug ex- lut-sdnCome, in .lainmrv 101.1, at 1 o - I1rrci-clock P. M. for tho puipose of elec- tttirx duectors for the ensuing eur. A splendid selection of watches M. P. SALIX. Cii&hier. clocks, jewelry etc for Xmas pres-'--- i 02-t- f. enfs at Mueller's A WORD WITH WOMEN Stock-hohlero. I R. P. BROWN, -- I:,- ,.Vl First National Bank STANFORD, KY. ' 4 Capital $50,000; jrccu.d) Surplus $26,000 j w: ( You can strengthen yoar resistance power by taking Scott's Emulsion. It contains available energy in concentrated form, which quickly nourishes all the organs of the Valuable Advice fdr Interior nal RcWris, Jour- Meeting. Tho nniiiml tueetln- - "of iug Storkliolders' I i Stock-holtle- ts body. rich, act tit It Ttpairt wast th make body to of the First Kntlonuf b.1" th no .Main a woman endiue1" hie patience the dail in"ry of of Stanford. Ky., to elect dlrtCloH li.iekaclie, i.iiiis ii In ii t the hips, htne for the yoar 1013, will bo held Ut ells, iliiuc-- s and inj- its banking office the1 second TuesneiMiiis ury tlisordcih, hoH)less of teliet be- day iu Ja'iuary 1&13. II. C.Baugh-nniU7-Cashier. cause lle doesn't know what is the n, Have You commenced that bank account witV is. tkis ou piuuiiicu Yuuieii tu IS TIME YET. COMMENCE TODAY . who was taken ill with tphoid fever sonio weeks ii 8 while ntteiidmu; college at the Harris Coleman, tntrgy to blood and tupptiet ttarvtng ctllt. timtly ut nabtt th milt tuberculoti: It' Pnnersity of Virginia, returned honio jesterday ha vine sufficiently to mnke the trip. He looks icniaikably well considering his Ions; seige. His mother, who had been in constant attendance at his bedside, returned with him. rccoM-re- bronchitis nothing compares with For stubborn colds and Scott's Emulsion. ub$titut iiui$t on N J, 1M7 Kefui SCOTTS. fecott & Hown. llloomficld, Belt ARE YOU TIRN GETTING Stickcrrt onls Contracts? The Lowest Rates? Reliable Companies? Expert Agents' Advice? The Best Policy Holly (liirliiiiilu, (bildrens's paper Lunch Sets 1)11 Outfits How do you know it? Have you investigated? Local insurance agents are made by long study and experience; They are not born ! Severance &Son see,B6c Insurance Specialists" before it is too late. (Si BROMLEY BROMLEY, Insurance Successors to Fish and Mahonv Stanford, - - Kentucky Bib itft '" tiWiimW'111 matter. It is not tine that eery pain in the hack or hips is tioilhle "peculiar to the m." Otlen when tho kidueyn get congested anil inflamed such aches and pains follow. You con tell it is kidney trouble if the aiv dink coloied, contain hedimcnt. the postages am too treipicnt or scanty. Then help Fall and Winter Suitlnas. th0 weakened kidney. Don't epcct M7 new fall and Winter Sample, art now rcartr 'lor jour Inipectton. Ihej eomprla them to get well alone. th. beat on th. market. 1 ran lull Do. ill's Kidney Pills lime won the a to prlt. who had bit clotbra made anyone to arpraise of thousands of women. They dor. Ain mil mid. !to efjthts. meaaurt Ii Ts fcars'tL-mr doein'tlour any mor. than are ondinved tight in this locality. mad. to ueatur. quality cott ready made when . and fit ia Head woman's coiiwucmg Cgme to and lei ma lake roar meaathis urt. statement : If. O. KVriKT, Tki PnelUtt T.Oor Mis, Itosn Luncfoid, Ifowlund, Ky., Says: "1 li.nl kidney tionhle and the Kidney action iriegtilar. Tlie secretions also contained sediment. My hack pained me and by kidneys were miic. I used Doan's Kidney Pills and lhe soon niiide me feel fine. Mi hack and kidney- -. Arc now' htrong, I gladly lecommend )omii s to anyone Mifleiing Kitlue. PilU fioni Kidiiex tiouble." For piile by ull dealers. Pi'kv ri0 cents. Foster. Milliurii Co., Ilattnlo New York sole agents for the Flut UNDERTAKER AND KMMALMKR ed Stut cs. STANFORD KEMTW5KY. uhd Keinember the namo Donn' Office Phofrt 117. Hmt flmt 35. tako no oilier. ii T 9. conaid-ered- lr Notice to Stockholders Tho annual election of directors of the National Hank of Uustonville will ho held nt thcir banking house on the second Tuesdny in January 1013. J. V. IIOCKER. 89-Cashier. - I' 1. ' .iKS C BAUGHMAN. CasfcW. ,P,r"V -W. SAUNDERS. Ind. J. R. HXRRS. Bookkeener. -- .'"""fr r Ker.. i '" ' ""'mi i At Cost stock of Dry Goods, Notions, at absolute cost .Thie season's newest gopds. Nothing reserved. We need the money ant. mean business. This is the best opportunity you will ever have to save money. Strictly a cash proposition. r Uoods charged will be sold at the regular price Shoes, Etc., fi '? BEGINNING Monday, Oct will sell our entire J. C. McClary jJW'rjjWM l ::?:::: Hughes, Martin &;Co: Stanford. Ky. w u V 1 Li THE INTERIOR JOUBHAL, STANFORD, KENTUCKY -- v H -- I. FRIDAY, DECEMBER 20, 1912. NEWS " Luther Stivers, Sales Manager lt.'L. Ilnkor Rcr. fi Treas. Lexington Tobacco WarehouseCo. (INCORPORATED) A. T. Bannrd, Preslderit, J. M. Grnlrv, Moo President. J, Luther Stivers In A Class By Himself Sales Manaqcr and Booster forthe followinq AUCTIONEERS: J. C. nbort. J.X. Oibm- - Karlv lias & Druthers. houses: Warehouses: Shelburno. Manaacrs: A. P. ltarwird. Lexintoti. Slivers, Central Ivy. Growers N. OlblmnB. Luther Stivers & Urn. IlHkor & Seotf. J, Sf. Gentry, B. II. Hawkins. l,rnl lints., J. J. V. Rodes, I s7dAyv. abo tobacco. exporters. all the buylnq trade, includinq manufacturers, dealers and ' Haul vour tobacco to us where vou have Individual attention to each basket bv experienced to time and price. warehousemen and where vou can better control the sale as Be BnMirisa,8BSo Full corno Itlon o ' mm ffSfsei.0 "shedoo areMs 7.000 .oads of tobacco, no dan.tr of damaac. BOTH 'PHONES 9G4 nffnnnffs ftiitl srIm of tobnceo on our market Aiis wook ahowft offering of $12.0, ; ranging from $4 o bo 2,207,440 pounds, villi a general average on tho entire week nt nn nrorngo of 415 and upwards, and tho market A great many crops have sold this medhas shown a stronger tendency on practically all grades. The advance on red tobaccos of de)m been very perceptible, and good to fine colony grades of all typos has ium to good quality manded more competition and a general stiffening in prices on this class. Extra good orop3 of both tho red and colory types nro not showing so plentiful as a nthis class, of first impression of the crop indicated. We therefore, have had n better market o may bo expeoted on the extra good and fancy tobaccos. tobacco, and probably a f nrthor ndvanco $33 Tho Stivers ITousc, one of tho houses belonging to this company, sold this week tho highost price so far obtained at any warehouse on any market for tobacco. basket which is the The two sets of buyers aro able to keep up with tho sales, and sellers need not have any fear iu bringing their tuWtco to this market but vihut they may expect prompt sales every day. 01 The Tobacco Exchange on the market hao decided to adjourn snles on December -resuming on January 2 1913. t.- t!.-i.- . - tw u 1019 bought harness at the old nrlro tho wed. before the advance and will jfiro rav F. J. Conn, a prominent Garrard "utimer lit advantago of price fauntr, watf,'$lro last week, and Htiwk m comiilelo now. J. C. hog which made told of a its appearance on bin place this sea For Sal. Thoroughbred Itnmie tiirkoya. Mre. W. P. Plsheu, R. F. on. Ila mjm the animal ia using its oxtra limb almont aa oll as it 05-D. No.. 1. Phjtno 88-- F he Kstftiy xrny jenwot mine to my lines tk fmir rrgtilnr otioa, ami idaee Dec. 3. Owner sun got snino liopM to raWc it to mntiire pighood. Aithi Vntiffriisnigan, out on tho t. by inlying foi keep and this M. M. IlerrMf, Mnrelaml, Ilttatanvtlle f4tco, ahijtpeil a half ear load of milk ewa and hoifors to It. F. I). No. 1 VomAIImch, a fwrmrfr Lin-el- a V. 1). Wilder sold lih half Inter-e- t Fred ma a, who ia making a big suo-ee- s 10(10 tistinds if tobceo to in in Louisin tho dairy Intone Shade Wilder at $11. ville There wofe 18 bonnes in the D. Katla & Schm hmtailit of T. J. lnutek anil thoy averaged the buyer W. .Iohwi a lwneh if hogs at 7e. $63 a haad. They avemgod 300 iiownds. W. It. HurtoM, of Iiicaater, ship-pe- d Fo Sale 85 home raited blaek a carload of mulea and horses faced ewes, duo to begta lambing to his sotttkant firm, the Wilson Jannary 20th. A. V Carpenter, Uve Stock Co., at Wilson, N. C, 100-t- f. Huatonville, Ky. on last Wodueday, this being his For Sale. A car load or oxtra 1 1th emisijrnment ioe tho opening jrood timothy hay. Mrs. F. II. trade. Thet following of the fall 101-F- 4 llintonvillo. art, some of Mr. Rurton's recent A jwin of For Sale. Rig boned Polnnd-Cliin- a )mrchass: hogs; a choice lot of oxtra work mtjlos from a Madison county mnro nice gilts and a fow boar. Those farmw for $87.1; n hogs are sired by "Illinois Rig Hone" mule for $20fi; r harness bar-nemid out of an extra largo dam. Can hors for $100; a horse rrowi .1. I,. Francis for give papers on all. Hugh Rehl, $120; a 100-harne horse Slinford, Ky. I.es Sloan, of Hubble, sold a fat from J. II. Loavell for $130; k cotr i.- -i tui l..v lr ..ill. D..U jnV WfOR- HI. ton mnlo for $150; and a harness iiii-- l CCVH llirn seven conts a, pound. Tho ptfkr home from a Rovle oountv dealer for fino. weighed 200 pound. 1 Me-Clar- v. five-foot4. advor-tiwwroi00-g- p. Har-nette. as 3. i- C. C Withers, two mlloa west of SlnHfflM, sold Oiis tobnBBo orop to Lap Tobos, horso blankets, oarrl-ng- e W. P. Klumltl, tho loefil buyer, last heaters, storm sliloMs etc, nt week at 12, 2 ami Is it pound. His C. JfcClary's. crop made about (1,000 V,,""'l- - of FARM AND STOCK 1-- Irotriliouineai or hetdnclie Tiro You theBlue Some ot NerrOut lime rraltr P P III P anmWorrted? ntlly I i ntlve extract made (mm hlnodroot, golden heal and mandrake root, itone ami queen' root, without the uie t( alcohol. No'mtttcr how tron( the constitution in cone-quen- ce tho itomach it apt to he " qutcl killer at lime the MimkI ! diiordered, (or the itomach J the laboratory (nr the conttani manuUcture o( blood. MlM. Tlvu TtutK. TVft Dorrr Ont Vn M, wrflei "Ihtra Vm a imi tuffwrr yvirt fmm thru I trouble, eaUrrn, Indlrntlnn, nl nnluncM- -t tln I wouVl fnnblii trouble. lWiUnr,entiiUialkin e m h"l thm IJ In l ui araln. Wat omlr rnanr ulnMmt doth fwr iikI woaH vt lUrr for a 1IIIW whtl, thm I would aoilown with rhmfita Inflammation ail Oirnoth ma. For Mnlrvn ytar I hjxl thla I ral rntomi In n linil Afur ttflfl; neatly nrrrjrthlrr I irot In Thn IVnl a t'ornmon Srtiw Mallnl Adrterr of Dr. rirra' Godlrn Catarrh Itenmlr. I hare UVen the Mf lkl IMwotttt ami I)r. 'neUen Mnllnl niMorrry an.1 Ploawnt WllrU.' anil ham nwd flrn ' Catarrh loiUea ot IT, ltmdr I am nnw aIJa tn lo my work and walk with nleatura. t feel Ska a new woman. 1 eiVrr rverythlnff ImnoMihle of the noitont in the hloodi iuit ItneK o( clinker). The wsite doei to Uf eiacllr what the clinker do to the tov make the fire hum low until enough clinker lave accumuUtea ana then prevent leep doe nnt It hurnlnl at all. rcrifare dull and heavy Your liver I mt, nor I (nod appetlrlntf. In thli oontlllkrfi Mi develop. Doctor Pierce (tolden Medical Ditcovery eradicate the poijlon (ram the body a Atrcerio altev The rentnn eoM and frtquenttr tngrr t vnur tritem doe not rid Itielf It U for the rato ol a PtOVC to riJ ltiih fr Sr' wa nmunl ma ami thank (Inl for ktUnc ma lira UitTif mada ma well attain. Mm.3lakb. Dr. Plerce'a I'leaaaot Pellet regulate Itver and bowel. ht fti; eneush W find Mw J. H. Baughman & Co, MANUFACTURE Flour, Meal and Shipstuff R 1 FIRE INSURANCE STANFORD, KY. LEXINGTON TOBACCO'WAREHOUSE COMPANY. (INCORPORATED) 4atd SURETY BONDS E. M. NEWIiAND Rut one Issue Next Week and the Following In line with its usual diatom, hcie w,ll lie but one of t'io I, .' week Tuesday's pnper, and New YoiirV week, nW. ''it on I'ucmI the ,TJ at I are dealers in Wheat, Corn.Hay Straw, Salt, Portland Cement and Coal. Prompt attention and your money's worth at all times. Phone 11 Stanford, Kentucky. ONLY TWO WEEKS MORE net i, Sam Robinson's Remodeling PSSSSSS9SW In Sam Robinson's Big Piano Con-te- st Best Bonus Vote Offer. MiMftea Anna Foreman and Lora lltiiieh ero the keky winner of tho Dinner Seta offered in Snm Itobin-son- 's biK 1'iano Conloot this week, ltemomber tho bonim olo and thnt you have but two moro weeks in tho bit; oonteat, and now Fgr the laet final m jour ehanea. book boniiH, for every boolc you sell We will jiv vnu 60.000 votes. Kcr. this w a inetnal bomiH so ovnryono can have a chance. Komember, we will' not honor any votes unions brought in before Saturday at IU o'clock. Work hard jmjw aHtl win the the bountiful fl00 iiano. The Mantling f tho eonteitaHU at laat count wa. This is positively no fake. The goods OaaCTLJ speak for themselves. Nothing but high class goods to be. sold. This great REMODELING SALE 4d Having to remodel ourstore on the inside, we have decided to reduce our stock, so everything in the house will be sold at and under cost. will commence I aeeBBBBBBBeV 1 Wednesday, Dec llth? and Lastin: -- 15 Days ElHIalH aBaaBBBBBBBBBBt " " Clothing, Odd Pants, Shoes, Hats, Dry Goods, Ladies' and Gents' Furnishing Goods to be Practically Given Away. Dc. 14, at 3 o'clock prompt, throw from the top of store into Main street, Wo orin nn w " FR"RIB!! FREE!!! lEen's Suits of Clothing. Come and cath a Sa-ttirda 130,020 2251,805 4- 5258,255 0 - .r,805 -1- 13,570 i 10 11-43- 5.155 liib040 10380.905 6 M-63000 4348,305 4410,025 4510,005 4051,035 4780.445 4810,085 83,558,507 suit-FR- BB! 044,420 ,505 8018,115 8118,105 18.600 18,010 7 i.7T"u , V fiVUS. Vo OYERCOAXS, This is chance you may never have again. New Slickers $3.50 quality now $3 quality now $2.50 quality now HENS' and LADIES $1 the garment now 1351,015 1448,0411 PUTEE RIDING LEGGINS $3.50 miw COMFORTS. $2.48 frl - ETC. DRESS $7 AND WORK ODD PANTS $4.98 $4.48 3.79 Fish Brand $2.48 $2-1- choice lot of mens nnd young men s' suite, and overcoats that sold at $35 and $80 miu?t .sell hae a at now AH $18, $20 ami ...rE... $82.80 suite 16.75 sell at i We alao'havo smo $2.05 we sell now'nt high grade kneo suit pnro Boys wool must soil now at $148, $1.08, $2148, $3.20, $4.48 TThe nbpva ar& of uia at $2.50 to $10.00. SuUs easily $17.50 nftw worth must 5 ? $14, $15 and v" pants now $C pants now $5 pants now $4 pants new $3.50 pants now $3 pants now Mens' MENS' SOX 4c, 8c, lie, 15c, 19c and 33c. 15451017 262i05 M 67 61 69 9,00.', 1678,735 60,335 105.0W) 60,185 W.765 60,60j 49,405 LADIES "AUTO" SCARFS Tbe The The Tbe $1.50 searf nod $1 gcarf now fiOe scarf now 25c scarf now NECKWEAR 75e and IS 19 .SI.&8 20-41- $1.98 UNDERWEAR 61,30 ,870 , Mens' ''ck y5 Rubber' $9-9- 8 98c 79c mo .19c .38c .19c $9-9- and Young broken lots that ' 50c the garment now 25 e the garment now COAT SWEATERS 79c 39c 19c ifl.fi 0 comforts now f2 comforts now . . $1.50 eomfarts now $1.25 iHJMtfuris tww . , 2142,900 22-4- 147.875 46,795 W M.32. . .. $1.10 oic 2345,485 2445,305 25-- - 0448,335 85 4ti,4V5 Coats and English Garbadlne. $2.35, $3.50, $4.75 nnd the $15 ooat 50, BLANKETS $5 blanket now $4 blankets now 3.50 blankets now $2.50 blankets now $2 blankets now $1.50 blankets now 1 wear now 25c neckwear now $374 $2.93 2.39 $1-8- 2fl 51,445 46,005 45,205 218,075 0640,280 619,810 e 27175,25 38 20 76055 ad at This is something new. Ladies' and Gents' $3.50 cout swoators now ....$2-7$2.30 $3 coat swoators now $2.50 coat sweaters now $1.29 $2 coat 'sweaters now 88c $1.50 coat Bwoators now 70c $1 coat swoators now DRESS AND FLANNEL SHIRTS 39c, 79c, $1, $1.48 and $1.88 LEGGINS CLOTH AND LEATHER. 39c, 74c. 98c and $M9. MENS' DRESS AND WORK $2 Rloves $1.50 gloves now $1 gloves now 50o glovos now GLOVES .$1.48 $1.19 ea,sw $5.98. Sio that sold SHOES Co no $1.39 .... $1-8- 8 89c MENS' HIGH GRADE Crossett Hako H fa vt3 . Sf Kfl $5 shoes now $4.50 shoes now jM shoes now $ g" iZn $ 9fcU 2.39 Rubber "Wkb room. All hats in Stotson3 nnd other standard makes, 98, $1.29, $1.59, $1.95, $2.25 $2.00 and $2.98. CALICO, BLEACH, ETC. "All ALL KINDS OF HAMBURGS AND EMBROIDERY GO AT COST. the merchandise. the PIANO to ary 1st, 1913. Remember 50c coat sweaters now Some prices In Ladies Wo have about 400 39c ,....! 1net MOW sBoes now "B 'TWWprg; 2.50 shoes now shoes ow ' HbariA Islam) Rubbers and -- iti - , unw- ralSJ l" calicdcs, American and Simpson 5c yd now Bleach cottons 10c nnd 12 2 o yd quality now Sheeting bleached and unbleached yd 22 now Bed tinVn all kind nt enst. 1-- pairs on the 83c 39c date, tho price, the Call for tickets on be given away JanuDon't miss this sale. 3017,055 3115,210 3244,885 3317,005 3415,270 3513,810 30-95- 4,225 77742,070 G5 7072.880 7150,285 7313,776 7361,005 7410,700 7673,045 3710,1 ,02o 15 78163,330 7975,005 81201,140 8250,025 83114,585 81608,015 .......8 3c bargain countor that is like finding 'em. See the price. CAPS 10o, 3(io, 7fl", 085 find $1.10 LADIES' CLOTH FUR COATS, COATS NOW UNDER COST. SUSPENDERS AND BELTS 19c, 39c and 74c. now Ladles' and Mens' Rubber at cost. Sandals Trunks, Suit Cases and Hand Bags now at your own price. 3090,310 4046,800 4114,435 4245,875 Bier want to wait on 5 000 people the firstday. Can you help us out? Wait fpr this sale and uw w o. powjyx u money, x ou win promi ana-wwin jlusw. .o.cvo e day night. Our Xmns offering" Custer's Last Pkht" nt tho Onem House Satur Stockholder's Medina. oxj-ijj- xj . PI -. 1hMi W rfiw'i it -- SAM ROBIN SOW MAKBR--NBX- T Tho annual mooting of the shareholders of tho Linooln County National Hunk, of Stanford, Ky. to elect directors for tho year 1913 will bo hold nt its banking offieo tho second Tuesday in January. 1913. W. JL Bright, Cashior. 97-- 9. " LOOK HEREII JHE PEIOB DOOR TO LINCOLN COUNTY NATIONAL BANK We will sell IMieon wax oylindor Stanford, Kentucky rcaords as long ns our supply lasts at the following list prioes: Standard ..21o each (two-minute) Ainberol .90-8 (four-minut- o) .. 31o oaob E. C. Garman Son Logan Ave., Stanford Ky. & .