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FOUNDED GROVER 1800. 53D YEAk. Interior Journal STANFORD, LINCOLN FOR GO Paper Will Stop When Your) Subscription Expires Watch I Your Date and Renew Promptly I COIWTY, MiNTUiKY ll hst.Y, RF.CF.MBKR ai. HMJ TUESDAYS AND FRIDAYS. McGUFFEY A DEMOCRAT YEARS SLAYS BHOTHMVIHrLAW Bad Blood Between Them Resulted In Sunday Evening KIIU f lira. Kmitliiv evening about flvuuolock (htvor Mnflntfoy hot and instantly killed Ilia brullior-iu-ln- Holly hhousc. ville. Alter he was Jtlllrd, hi body wn dravveil along the r.wil The mon are tenants on tlm farm Mi Mabel MrClme dosed her by a lope tied to In ankle. When of T. A. Rico, and a year ago Shotuc loiind Sundiiv inonincr the lioily wa-- , married McGuffov'K sister. Amiord-nii- r aoliool nt MeCormaek IhnI Friday. Mittn Ltiev Minor, of I'tirkaville, lying m the side of the road, imn (o MeOuffev. his ulster lind fre- wan. the Ko( way in a ditch. noin distance oft lurniiv hern lli'mttrutcd "V liOT htiS- -l vin Tnrkinffton ,.f jr. 9mi Jin,, jr week. was the Ii,ire and wagon, ami along band and tint reinonsnince from Mian Lelm Mello Jotiea im vUitimr I he road for some distance could Moflnffev made enmllv between tlio lie Mr. If. L. WiniiiiiH in Cineinnti. (wo inon. seen the trail made bv the ouritsc Mr. Ernext L. Ford, one if tbe as it wa dragged from the trail1 ot About dark Sunday 'evening imwt tho wagon. benrd Ills Mister screnming plaee. popular vonnir men of thin loft .Saturday for .Stanford So lair, no trace ha been foiinc for help and ho started across the. to have which might identit' the murderer. road to Shouse's house. Am be ap- performeda erv nerintm oiierntinn 111 hw no,, by Dr. .?. 0. proached lie enlled out to bin winter At Luncnstcr Moiidn- - the l.yl. man e nope it will not -- ove '"""ofolk Sunday, wa told that thm is absolutely 110 rale over the 'Danville breaks. This to know what the trouble whm, vitrpeiuer. the local buyer, stnrted to intai ami that lie will won be baek i'r"'' Tom Cnpjis, of Lebanon, elow on the negroeV slayer and all lecord is not all, either; tbev have "When Shouse beard niv voire," a large quantity of - weed to retimc Iiim vacant placn in our 11 risht to be proud of the whole '''ii'i'tion, has been the guest of her and . he i.- paying big prices. He nro nt n loss to know whv he said McGuffov. when seen Iiv 11 ollering Sntuiilav mi their Moors. A sistor, .Mrs. It. JA Albright Im bought about 300,000 pounds in at the. iail. "bo came out hoeiety .Mr. ami Mr. .John Vnnliook .1 niHier 01 et of armed with n knife apd advanced oh at 00 cents. .Mrs. A. P. Grigsbv. of I,i,ville the Past three weeks and still In f'F ..t l till (llllf ... .!...... .,it vemH wiuie eundur and l.imien, Inil.. are viMitinr Mr. and th market. Nearly all the tobacco ihi rao, all the while Immense Corn Crop with datives hcic I Mr. Jnliii Mvera. one ,.. 80(1 iioiiml threatening ot oer to rut rav throat. be is buying is for delivery hern. !! mw. At. Embry lleuxlcv. Krtiest I'cpploi Mti Florenee Memmnii wa- - In JS backed off but he kept coming sad Another splen- will receive it loose in his warehouse nnd Henry Hester, ot thi county, did crop averaged 20.03. and yet ler a Lancaster, l.viiiKton IhhI week hopplnir. I fired, striking blm I think someand then shin it to a dryer. Miw Myrtle White vmited home-folk- n finished last Friday shucking out another aeraged 2o.7o. Mr. Grow- - . . ". ' CHTl ,5l,"" f Roslon, is where about the throat." Mr. Kincaid, who is one of the, at Itowen durimr the bolidav. what wns "is perhaps the largest cr, what do von Hunk .if il.i- - iv- - vvnth rclntives here. .Mr. Rice, for whom MfGutrey, shrewdest judges in the stifte, says Mr. and Mr--, .la hum Holm. .Jr.. J,r- - T. C. Rail. Jr.. of Covington, I bat ne day's -- nlef corn crop over raised in this secworked, phoned for Deputy Shoriff It is enougli to llie high tirreeu are bound tn Hmbrv, who wont 'to tho scone of motcred vm rt LMHiutatei ia.t week tion of Kentucky. The crop was make vmi wir-- that von bud grown llHs l"on the guest of hi mother continue. Do ascribes the pood ile- ' miind to the fnet that all tobacco trouble and arrested Meflnffev. to Mr. Mr. and Mr. lUllard. raised 011 what i known as tbe old more of the weed and brought f. to .Mr. D. C. Collier Preachersville. is Arthur Mer ban taken a Wioh seott at tbe iail Monday said to be weighing up liulit this , David Thomson place, over While pioimriur to IMit a fire in inorHintc hu made the above slate- - IHmitHm with the .Iihioh movinr iie-tur- e sensou, ami the crop was not nnex-trn ..im lie nnineiolks V. uliiiw at Nitft(rill. a inaniMt. a new htmtinc stove, me kwcniiur the line in Garrard county. It con- Hie wiual ot anv ot.1. b...muni i,,lin,.,.,. moat to bh I. J .reporter. large one. Then, too h Is- - of last week, Mr. John Navlor wa sisted of .'loll acres and eveiy nere markets of Cftdwtaker J. U lloaslov was and in many the opinion, tbnt the lnn- - supply of Report of the Condition of iiitH severely binned on the lower was carefully cultivated by the-- e icpccts the the state as tho faciliWaynesburg uporior. natted to pretmro the body or the Hurley Tobacco Society of the IMittiim of her face. A quantity of encrjetie farmer. It yielded fully ties for handling are hotter theie SIhhmo for burial and foHnd that hipools o fthc past four years hnvo THE PEOPLE'S BANK wi. C. T. (launeii filled ln ie- Kencne wa pmrel upon the w.mh! 3..VMI barrels and e.yt them on mi than you get your toIwd henfl wbot in the hark, the jtnlar HpHHiitnMnt and about been exhausted, and with tho here Doing biiMiie-- . at the town shotgun and Sunday. He delivered Saturdav - In start a fire which had faileil to aeruge of .flOO per week to ahuek bacco void the day von nliiee i of Hu. consumption of the weed iticrca'; olmnre froi McGuffoy's an excel- ignite from a previous iMtempt to v"il"ly "t loncoln, state of enormously, duc to Hie oieaks. wlueh is an exception it and thoy were about three week bavins entered the right shoulder lent sermon, which was bin active advertislast a start a hlaao. The flash which folel ,"1lvV, ut tha cIoso "f butinoss to the rule. The capacity of tho blade and cutting awnv part of the jmstor ing by the various manufacturing ninplcting tU job. About 1,000 lowed, knocked Mr. Na-l- or U,h ,,rt' of of the ehureh. He ha People's Tobacco Warehouse aero barrels ov- - i"Imwcv. Tbe undertaker found no lrtis 0,u -companies, good tobneco is Liiinir 1 of tbe cereal bus already been greatly much good during the the TiMJtn and beside tbe burn on Resources: weapon on tbe ImmIv. but it was enlur'd and everv- be greatly in demand. Poor tobacbeen sold to different parties at an thing for the coincidence of the 'j0""1 & discounts an hour after the killing two yearn he served as jmetor bore. heri face, her hair was badly iiute' average ....$03,037 23 co, however, he suvs, will bo Very half It a of before, be arrivel on the sceno and Ml. W. I). Silll. of Simmnvl u wen notmiracle tbnt her injiiri' something $2.3.1 and they still have grower is to be found at this well 0vorlrafts, secured and nn- low and if a farmer t'an't crow the more seiiou. '"-. like 2,000 barrels left. eouippeU house, with her mother, Mm. C. 0. removed it into the house. where uniersnl f 3. lol 53 quality l, stufff he'd better let it Rev. E. R. English, who received The owners estimate that their net courtesy is extended U nil. whether Stocks, bonds ami other Skraac wa" able t walk juto hi b t 'riou'ly ill. alone. Hnpl-s- l n call ironi church here, profit will be around $800 each. he be a smnll or large grower. securities honec after be was shot, but died 4Co 79 Oliver Singleton and Cay ha notified the Mosr. Tho following nro some of tho tho brethren tbnt be Who says that fnrminjr does not pay Several baskets from the crop of IJue from banks before ho made any Matement in re- Reynold were kiiokM of Hriuklcy 12.C03 59 crop purchases Mr. Kincaid has will accept the pastorate for 1U13 .ur. unus. gard t.) the shooting. Leeil. of Bovle. countv. Cash on hand when looked after? 3,629 81 made within the past few days: Oooeh at Somerset Sunday iiMfht. Hie eliurcli is highly ideated were sold over the floors of this Checks nnd other cash item.-- , with From a reliable Miuree It l learn 8J0 From J. A. Robinson and Merry-raa- n Mr. II, II. Singleton is in I lum the prospect and believe Hint t" house which brought 34 cents 31 Rank, house fur and fix ..C.300 4 ml that Mrs. Shmtm, has stated that 00 new "Enst Lvnn" which cents and 2.1 Ki.uoo pounds nt 12 2 cents noiiy win iropor under his care, Other real estate beating her at inal!, TeniL, grading lumber. cent a pound. her bunband watt not 573 20 a pound. plavs at Opera House Mr. and Mrs. Riley Reynold The following are some ! Miss illio Moorn closed her Thursday the Stanford nf the time but had none out to vet n ami night. Jan. 2, comes dir- splendid averages From L. C. King nnd Merchant, bueket of water when she heard ho little daughter, Osie and Oracle school hero rrulay with n nice littlo ect from n successful TOTAL made Saturday $80,908 57 near Moreland, 5.000 pounds at enencement lie. hhot fired, and upon entering the were guct of T. S. Reynolds and Christinas tree, which was highly at the Shubert Masonic theatre, over tho lloors f the People's ToFrom JeSse Lavton .of OarrnnT. bacco Warehouse breaks: enjoved bv her pupil. While this bonne he reeled toward her saying family Saturday and Sunday. Liabilities: Louisville. This fnet is a guarano.ouu nouuds nt loc. "Good-by' McLune nnd Anderson, of Royle Capital ntoek paid in, hi While MiH Ktolle Eubank whs wn, her first scIioqI her ability to tee that tho show is of tho first from E. D. Cook, of Paint Tool-'- . county, instruct the vounc pupils nnd those MeGnffoy ha engaged Attorneys hanging cash , clnss nnd Stanford theatre goers are superior sold 850 pounds of their tnit dot law last week the who are 25,000 00 3,000 pounds nt 10c. crop of tobacco, which Surplus fund S. Owsley to backward, as well as the assured of 0. D. Florence aad J. clothes jxilo fell, hitting her on the morn advanced, a proper presentation of brought tho splendid average 2,800 00 rrom Rurnside and Stewart, fefettd him ami his examining trial has been fully Deposit subject to of this famous old pin v. The prices head. She bus been in m Leavell. 0.000 pounds nt 14c- HhI-lo- y $2850 Miss Moorc returns to will likely he held before Judue check From K. D. Peyton, ITustonville condition, but is a littlo better at her home at Stanford with the best arc cliililren 2oc adults 3.1c. Re This is tho lushest average that Time deposit .?37,004 68 Saturday. ' 0,712 0- 0- 42,770 08 pike 2,500 pounds served seats .10c. wishes of her pupils nnd ur con has been made, over the Danville Diie banks at 10c. The father of the dead man live this writing. nnd trust comFrom Spear and Rash. Huston-vill- e breaks this vear and it is a record Mr. Van Caldwell, of MisMwn, i muuity at larjre. Ivy., and ho entnc up panies at Hrumfleld William Walls. n 19 vear old that will be iiard to excel anywhere .. 331 89 piko. 4.000 pounds nt 10 c. Fred Roll is nuitu sicl' Ixnnir con vouth of tbe Rills payable Monday riight and took tbe remain vUitins; her mother, Mr. Emily 10.000 00 southern end of the 111 tne stnte this vear. From J. N. Cash and Mason, fined to his bed nftcr u Caldwell ami other relatives. to hirt home f.n- - interment. county, and Mis Nannie Maxwell. pike. 10.000 pounds at' 12c. L. C. Cornish, of Morcer county, Mr. Hayden MeMiilliu of Illinois siege of mump. Richard Dvohoiw swes( 10 secured license yesterday 80,903 5J " From IL F. Martin and nUrtlctt, sold 3,430 pounds 0f his splendid State of TOTAL is also vary ill of the sumo innlndy. from Comity Til, Up Ills ojiii icul Kentucky county of Lin- nenr McKinney. 9.000 arrived Monday to viit his brother t aiu Clerk Cooper and were crop which brought tho nounds nt to,. a pliysiciuu in attendance. excellent coln: Set. joined Mr. J. II .Hilton, the o)mlar fann-- r Hennie MeMullin. heart and hand in a cere From J N. Cash and Grubbs 15, John NVtylor sold some corn to mony performed nt the home of the average of We W. M. Myers nnd J. W. .Mr. Veniou Singletoii and wife s, (Hit (Hi the Danville pike, Mopped $26.03 n Evan Foley, out of orib nt $2.50 bride near King's Mountain. president and cashier of the ju puilIlll.S."M.l iilC. in the I. J. offieo Saturday and and Itorlter Wheeler, of Danville, delivered. J. E. True, of Mercer county, above rrom ,1. UI8 11.000 nnninW named bank, do solemnly sold 1,23.1 pounds of his holdings ub'H'ript.in for another ... ri. iu iMiiing .1. 11. wiieeler and wife. . imid liln swear that th0 nbove statement There was n Christmas sroi. at Paint Lick. nt an avernte of From Mr. R. I'. Horton's is year, making hw tAth ronhponttvp barn wa White's School Douse Monday night true to the best of our knowledge pounds T. A. Rice und PoUa.TO.nai Mise, Metcalfe ontertnined Inst $20433 nt 14c. . "W " is"jR year as a Mibtoribor. fiueli frienda ininiwl Miwday night. The origin y. jr MYRKK Mis Nell Newlnnd, of C'edur Friday night in honor of Miss Reek Rankin nnd Evans, of Gnrrnrd, and belief. reeioii than niliie, and of ths fire is unknown. nro more J. V. IIOSKINS, Cashier. Creek, is saleslndv for W. C. Cum-inin- s, of McKinney. sold 2.150 pounds of their excellent Were Not Gsk Mi. Julia Clilt, ,,r Alabama, i, the I. J. wiihes lam the heartiest bubseribed nnd sworn to before during the holiday rush, in The dedication of the new school crop which averaged In giving nn ncconut mo this 20th day of December 1912 eiHtiplimentH of the Heawon ami 35 viaitiiur her ilen and other rela- his geuoral store here. $25.75 building will tko place Dec. 28, ble between Bryan Jo; and tive nt thi place. and more vonrg of happlnoo Tho school of Mis Era Merrvman ' Klhott nnd Elliott, Jan. 14, '14. of Garrard ami school will open on thq 30. uujuuc, in. noiunnoy a !i- profiiwritv. Mr. Eblee Reynolds and wife, of at Hobbs' School House closed Fricounty, sold 3.255 pounds of their J. II. Hockor, Notary Public. Tho children and patrons will be crop, ngo, tho I. J. unintcutii d Alaska, arrived Sunday to viit day. She cbo hor pupils n very winch averaged very glad to hnvo the school begin Could Shout for Joy vcycii the impression (WWkJ.tovs We wib to call your attention to their father, A. L. Singletom mcc tinat. $17.54 Richard Woods i having a. furI want to thank you frqm tho wore gambling. The Wporfc st&d The Raptist Sunday school Tho. Lugenc Dunn, of Lincoln countv. the faet that moat infectious dUoaa Mr. Solomon of near nace placed in his now residence. sold 1.840 pound of his oa meh h whoopiinc coukIi, diph 5ver Hint bottom of ray heart," wroto C. B. nun i uey quarreled died Sunday night, Dee. lit. J. Camden. Suiit., s0nl th Raptist crmi a'Crd . Rador, of Lewisbunr. W. Vn.. f theria ami scarlet fever aro Onihans Home, Louisville a nico Rich has an eye to convenience and averaged i complication, of diixif.o. the wonderful double benefit I irot .were ftnly indulgjm,' liox ot provision. when tle child 1mm n cold. $20.50 comfort as he builds. iLu. .&ti4J,' a huslwiHl she leaves iv okil. Jfr. and Mrs. Ran-CliRndterlainV Ctmuli Renwdy will llesler visit The noxt sale will be held on Jan 4,u,m UlllOrS. Ill nilfinrv Our merchants have a goodly game fflUeuH,1taok" aTTO' nJiutM .' quickly oure a cold ami greatly les- dren to mourn her loss. She wan ed her parents, Mr. and Mr. I). M. number of Xmas prosonts J. inn. Tobacco will be received:?1 r!Ul a sevcro case of stomaoh of MiIirtT ' and we all during s nt Vftke. Tlim. v eowetery Tues- Anderson, son the dancer of eontracting those buriVd in KuUnks iroume and ot rheumatism. fre:-whic- ti.ihrs this the holidays. hope to hoar of somo Christmas correcUon Mr. and Mm, Una TVavlor. i nt ihfi. ctiSQAse. This rsmedv is famous day after fuuernl services by Rev. I had boon nn almost' helpt io.t z&. 1. ( Ii Stanford, were als gnosis of L. M. trees to plaeo them on. . fluent o flffir alrt j rfjfM' .I'Ulil'JWCl.-yjit Xmas Entertainment 2! Schce! n for its our en of oolds. It contains Tilford. t, iven niiiierer in. . Newton Todd, who is a oivjl m: irrdiy sets (hem VLMi: Anderson and family. ..rTnon .1. jusi. tor no opium or other narcotic and may Tho first threo grades of tho ed mv cnoA no ujuuu , '-. ii . ... tT now omployed by tho govorn-mon- t, Stanford : Mis Marv Fettus. who Is teach. be (shen to n child with implicit conFor dyspensin. lU(jj Wii8 n0j euoyas ...B uuon T! school gave their annual me, Stockholders' Meeting ing in the graded school at Rur-- i now located at Atlantn, Ga., Xmas entertainment jaundice and to rid tho system of nn wiiw-n- urst thought and In Sold by O. L. Fenny. fidence. at tho college The annual meotiiifr of tho stockwith tho family of hor grniulmn, is hore with hi wife visiting his Friday afternoon, in , .. tho prcsonce of kldnnv nnisnim- il,.i muso rucuma-- i !Up fflr several days uml pfil .....I, '- fntlier and kinfolks nnd will sivnd a large numbor '?? Tho Court of Apponle hold that holders of (be (Vali Orchurd Hank- Mrs. Rebecca Fettus, f patrons and tism, Elcotno Bitters have no super- danger. ing Co., to elect direutore for the Omuev Navlor has lind a bad fin the holidays here. Nuto is the county went election in Everv n good frionds of the school. On ontoring ior. Try them. ger caused by n red thorn. tellow and we are alwavs clad to any of the rooms you could seo that guaantoed to satisfy. Only 50cta at How to StfccMri rQr county wns invalid, so the. ensuing yonr will be hold nt its ofGeorge H. Colson. of Onrrnrd. lost ''mi ill . Xmas had indeed come. In each wns all druggists. ...1 see nun baok to mako us a visit. During tho la9t few yea: wholo fiKht uetweon Whitney City fice ... r?tnli . n.!in...1 iiiu ncuuuu n good heifer bv black leg. w.uiiutu II. . e As the parcel post becomes ef- a gayly decked tree, bright with oruna hi uU lines 01 ousirv Knot, will hnvo to be gone lurauiiy in .lauunrv, illo. nnd Fine It wn a handsome, little '""liter naments while friezes of No More Dandruff, Falllnn professional hfo. havA nk J. C. lrAILEY, Cashier. over ngnin. which arrived nt the home of Mr. fective Jan. 1st, will give tho rural Claim, many colored stookino- Santa """ Xmas Hair. Gray Hair. completely that ovorv mai wutSmiitf ., nnd Mrs. Cnrlo Rrittain, nt Nor- carriers more to do. Roforo this bell and other samples of juvenile MQn nnd women do you want n up to tho foot Uiatix,fi SKt Jh mC" Stockholders' Notice Bee Lick. man Okla., and not a son as re had they have for the moat part a light art decorated tho rooms, Each grade spieuum neaa or luxuriant hair free success 110 must specialize job, earring only a few impers and gave a separate part of tho Ocorpo Crider nnd family left this The annual meeting of Hm Einnt-- . been informed. from scalp itch and dandrufft .. to do some one thine . x, ;i mi Misses Church, of Garrard nnd letters, The first grade, in two Friday for West Virginia holdors of the Peoples plnoo lant Do you want hair so bowjtchingly Rank of MeKinlev. of Louisville, visited Mrs. So it is with any artkfe, taV' Wo want to sec the old Jackson divisions, snug and recited ni mn. to muku their future home. uusionviiie, for the purpose of elect- Matt Rigsby. radiant that it compels tho admira sola to the people. "kkS t principles put in forco under the cert showing admirable skill in the tion Mr. Elbert Elder bought a oow ing directors will bo hold on Jnnu-ur- y !. genuino merit or no afeetutl of A - " i an who sco itT ay uiey Kept together. It is Ao democratic rule, "To the victor n 14, 1913 nt 10 A. M. Do you Want a scnln ns imm.nm. vcrusimj win from OcorKC Crider for $35. ,Mlddleburq 1.3k&.i . Mhk ' IJI !! small task to train so many littlo Ith0 spoils". So let tho demo- children lately clean and bright as a nowly for the article,maiutnin tM,fv J. W. IIOSKINS. Pnsl.V Morris Tuylor bought ft ona year 100-t- d T. W. Rranson nnd Robert Lan-hain such a slondid way. crats hnvo tho post offices. minted coin! old oolt from N. Snrk for $7B. For many years we1 Miss MoKinnov must indeed possess went to Louisvillo riday to soe Important to Taxpayers. you do get a 50 cent bottle of with much interest tjia Anthony Jctt's harbor shop is great patience nnd porovornnce. M:r. W. E. Taylor nnd family vis Mrs. Rranson, who is under treatabout ready to bo occupied. If yo uhnvo not as vet nnid vnnr ment at a hospital in that city. Tho third grndo under Miss Jon-m- o I'AltlBIAN SAGE" today, at dealers record maintained bv ' ited Mr Jack Eldor and futuily last stato nnd county tax, remonibor Newland aonuittod itsMf well evorywhero. Tho girl with the Au- Swamp-Roo- t, Saturday nnd Sunday. tha great f WK.r,WRig hearted Lon Holmes was here jttw ibm going through its long and difficult burn hair is on evory enrton and bo- er anu madder Ecme mmMiou), w mr ov Drives oft a Terror Mrs. Miunio Todd has been con that undor tho present law, I will be Monday selling tinware to our mer ttleAsk for PARISIAN SAGE nnd vcryneguinmR tho Tho oliiof esooutionor of death in concert recitations without, a is- fined to lior room on tbe nooount of compelled to ndvortiso and soli nf-- chants. Lon calls, this God's country. see that you got it. G. L. Penny so much confidence the winter and spring months is laKo. Deoombor 31st. Call nnd sottle a heavy cold. Mis Salens Jonos loft lost week pnoumonia. invited every xn to Soveral times tho seoon.i mule guarantees it. Its advanco aconts nro Klbort Eldor sold two cows to at onco to snvo furthor costs. W. L. for northwestern Texas., where coat, beforo nnrhas; she oolds and grip. In any attaok by appeared with song and recitation MeCnrty, Sheriff. Itev. John Elder for $10. 101-tSHIPP'S LINIMENT will make her home in the future. one of theso maladies no time should anu closed the program with an Jt is a nhvsicuuvs. KeVfnLaa. Quiekly IL M. Tnylar was in lirotlhoAd relioves Rheumatism, Evor body regretted to see Miss Sa. bo lost in taking the best medicine Thoy have clever ami altmetive "Moth-o- r HU Neuralgia, Raekaohe, Hoadacho and UUqvi reccivc1on Foils a Foul Plot Friday on butinoss. Goose Party' at whieb tha old lenn go as sho was ono of the best obtainable to drive it off. Countless jreai. other pains. A rowaid of $100 will era who ara vnrI woman who lived When a shnmoful plot crista Mr. A. Soott was the guest of In a shoo. Jack and of young ladies- boins always first thousands have found this to be Dr. be paid if it fails and tho purchase health M'. M. Taylor last Saturday night liver and bowola to oauso in every good work, "My hus- Jill, Little How Poe Little Rev price as a resujt vt iUv??' Slia. wws a King's Now Discovery. is uot Tpfundod. Try it nnd by rofuslng to not. tnko Dr. momber of (be Raplist band bolievos it has kept him from Hluo and majjy other old familiar and Mr. Soott report that Mr. TayHowever if y txr church and swt. 60 cowl at all dealer. friends' appeared. King's Now Life Fills, nnd end suoh I a toaeber in tho u Buuipio pome, lor i& a bad 000k. t)r Snndav selift.il Tl havinp pneumonia three or four Altogether it was a most credinuuso of your s.vstora. They gently will bo hard to A Co,. RinehatiiJlwL tlmos," writos Mrs. George W. Place k fill hor plnec. An aviatorand a newpporre tlon this paoaV. table ontertainmont nnd many conRnwsonvillo, Yt., "and for coughs, M Thcro will bo proaobing at the compel right notion of stomach, liv. r ...i gratulations are due Misses MeKIn, porter started from Los Angeles r .f a isamwti turn. er nnd bowels, and roetoro your Dnptist church Sunday morning Our stoek must bo reduqed (o dis- oolds nnd croup wo have never found its eoual." Guaranteed for all bron nev nnd Nowland and Mrs. PhilllnS San Frauoisoo in a nyiaKnint3hine.ialolutev.-fre?the pastor subieot: Christ the Light health and nil good feelings. 26o nt solve partnership, Cummins & l!3V0 chial affections. Prieo GOo and $1. who must have worked hard for this The sad of tho World. Sunday school nt 9 SO nil dmjrsists. Yearen. goou snowing. their bodies ashore.' Trial bottle free at all druggists. gists-H5- 0 four milos from town. Tho killing ooourred near Ilia homo of liotli the men on ttio Stanford nnd DhiivIIIo plko ntiuut ciarkaon hnvo boon ..n ih Mr. Win. Mcrriman Hbiitneil a ear- (load of Reoau last week. aUo a ear of inulew two earn lumber, two of hoes two ot hay and vural more enw of olbr- - IhiliKM were nhipned from hero last week. The revlrnl at the Muthodint ehureh, which wan eiiiidneteil by lfov. Wnimoncr and Itro. I'ollolt ehwed Friday nitht after Imrlmt ilono a great ood t.i the eommnul-tv- . M.r.. STRANGE MURDER OF ..i i risk list. w- - Middlelitirn, Honored by all Who Know Him ' "oyaity. Near Is' GARRARD COUNTY NEGRO I lt Dec. 11). W. T. enernble father, of A. II. of Yoomite, surely dc- Kervett especial mention in those column, for his life ha boon sueli that be enjoy tho coiifidonco and friendship of evory one who knows him He ha celcbmted hi iftiud birthday and can walk around iMite lively for one of that grout He ha been voting the ticket for 00 year and ha iifei brcn known to ierntcli a tick-e- l. lie united with tho Christum elmrph in early life, and hn been a constant member of thai denomination, alw-aliving up to hi obligation and lending n helping bund to the caune of hi Muster. Hi whole life hu been pent in thi immediate vicinity nnd wc doubt xery much that anything could be brought, to bcur that would induce him to sever hi connection with tin people. He i a grand old man nnd though having lived out hi four score and ten ventx. it u hop,! that be may be spared many yesr yet t.- - bless IIiom! with whom he i surrounded add inspire them to higher things. Middleluirg, the Royalty, Tlm Peters Shot to Dcalh and Body . - n.n I SI r. 3 umoucu miuiiu nuuu by Rone. Tim l'etvis a negro liMng near Mrvnntsvjlle, Oaimrd niv, wa 1 jut hut the back ot the Mend a.ld instantly killed by unknown purlies Snturday nislit, as he wa. drivn.k in a spring wagon fiom Vinhom- in :c. deui-oerta- io y Daniels Hammcrtrce TOBACCO BRINGS Ren II. Hnminortreo, a prominent Was Record Price at Peonies Ware- - ra.lnmd man SPLENDID PRICES of Mntler county Tenn nuuse Last week aim Mr, reail JJsniols, an at- tractlVd wiflnur of (Imh hUma .n.. Cron Llqht This Year and Demand in,, miming un Is Enormous Klncald of July tNe married at the hopie or the bride's never sent the thermometer hWher ""l"" Ml. Cabell on lowwr Alafn ' Inq tin Cross VU. They bare- tho than the nrieo nt i..U...... 1..... Tlrvet ,,l'"t wishea of innuy friends. Tlie farmer who put in . ., wnL j iiu..iii good " ' . hi.fd crop of lolmueo tiffs J'enr nnd' r ,"P ,Urmk ,hore WM" mH,h' ' Rowland l ""re nf f 5" Ml ; Saturday at the People's Tobacco and .Mrs. A. M Trammel and . . Warehouse, Porryville street, when I'fotty littlo daughter. Irene, of f!or. iniM.i.v ue rewarueil. 'iDDfteoo the superior tobacco grown by S. II. "'" Mro "le "- ts of roktivos and selling bettor right now than R ha for several voars in Komuakv, ami May. or O-e- v connlv, broilght the fri"mI ''"'c ,,u'' Goodrich ami son, the indications ar0 that the, market magnillcciit price of 50 Cents Per nm iioiii up enuaiiv as woiUaitor thr liotWny,,- Lincoln county lobaceo growers have been rcdeiving splcnrtid prices ol it to the acie with proper culti- Kctwood. Fla., wfiere they will for their weed where thev had cpta-lit,,Hkc tlll,ir U,.,l!!"1, . "'" I during the ims't few weeks. proimutor ..., of the People i.....!.: "f 'lobaceo Warehouse ale feeling ;.? Cil, ,? of relative here, honsos have shown tho two Danvn chesty as one could imagine over ', what u is bring' ,h,m,,,f of Corbin, was ing them Lust week W, 1. Kincaul their triumph ot muking the reeord 50 CENTS A POUND ,... .., "" """ in mt - '''' '" 1 1 accu-mula- te -, ..., .,,, iia-s- 1 ad ,e,s. L.l lr .'...." tiit jut a - ,!": pcr-Iwi- m Cabl-w-i-l- -- r. iinrs 1-- e. ..."""" of-Poi- i..i-;,,- tf'ggH -- two-wee- ITus-tonvil- lo ur - Hos-Kiii- 1 le. P... -- afoo, mjs. Ete, k. Tmm IIH ' 71BHiHI vTH eon-traot- Ite-hhI- cs h "ggl IH . M ft f1 (l,.,i. ."":" TI.--.- T. . St iiiilin-nsitm- H TIM -- ry bottled U 1 auf.i IIH gB gggH - h m ' onter-tainuie- AMH? m .. F-J- be-Io- W - I fm , ..- -' If or 'M ,m m d. lv jHH - - dis-tro- sa vi$ autrtt. " 1 Mt. J; ' W Jt aW RcpiTarBltjWttj ce.Bts vU j, v 4W 1 h fcl. lQ0' THE INTERIOft JOURNAL STANFORD. KENTUCKY. TUESDAY. DECEMBER 24. 1912. HOW TO RESIST by hiring out &eat Wishes dor a The Interior journal h. BAUrLKT glllCliTON 1 .Proprietor Chronic Coughs and Colds. Strong, Tlgoroun men nntl women hardly over cnteh cold; lt'i only whea tho syitem is run down and vitality low that colds and coughs get a foot A TEAR BmiOTLT IN ADVANCE TJferry Christmaa jfcappy 9few 2ear BROMLEY & BROMLEY, Insurance Successors to Mahoney & Fish, Stanford, Ky. Forgotten During the excitement and rush of the past week many things to get--so many things to remem ber-ha- ve you forgotten any one? --- so hold. Now Isn't It reasonable that tho wny to cure a cough Is to bu(ld Th tnnAnfieenitnti la Ihli eolamn re el right ction ot up your strength again? etndidttea (or odes, lubjttt to th n nnoonwniH In utmocnus primary. Mrs. Olivia Tarham, of Kast DurwRI In utile, nnltM paid (or In adranctl ham, N. C, says: MI took Vlnot for a For Rtprttttttatirt. V1KUIU UeMULIilN. chronic cough which had lasted two l. Tr Sktrtf years, and tho cqugh not only disapU. B. UAUU1IMAN n. W. 0IVH.V8 peared, but It built up my strength J. U. WEATIIHItrOKD as well." T. J. HILL lor Crunff Judft Tho reason Vlnol Is so efficacious In T. A. 1UK such coses Is because It contains In a 11. P. NORTH Tor JtUtr delicious concentrated form all tho I'Aumsn rnodlolnal curative elements of cod OtOUOK Ur.llOltDK DINK FARMER liver oil. with tontc, WILLIAM II. HH.HTEU Iron added. W. A. OARSO.V Chronic coughs and colds yield to Tr Antttr 1'. L. IIRQK Vlnol leeause It builds up tho weakB U. OWH.VS system. ened, R. H. HKO.VAUOn f. U. 8AN1)IU(1K moniiy back any You can get J. II. IIO()NE lime if Vlnol does not do nil wo say. W. T. GAHKHU Knltrii l Mr cUit mfl mllir ffter at Slontri m itt-- i Political Announcements ns rook. Rho luul neitlior gtmnllnn nor rclnllron in tho world to jfire consent to hor i' ami Clerk Cooper wag placed in a perdoxinf nttilitdo. Tho frank and iniiorotil hoaririk of the girl his yniritlil(w and he finally the IrroMw with the girl on Ih bond of her intpmleil husband. Jinbre Itailey performed tho cere mony in hi usual improaairo style and sen them on llieir wny to the gToom'rt homo nt Highland rejoicing. mnr-rtag- Wednesday Sight allO:00 ! O'clock Will Mark the End of The Last Cummins & Wearen's Day Ten Days' The Last- Day Thi will be the onlv I. J. iwtied this week. W'e wlnh you ono anil nil a Merry Cliritinaa and a vcrv happv New Year. A Doa Moines mnn hnd nn ntlnck of nuHflutnr rheumatism In his shoul der. A friend advised him to ro to Hot Springs. That meant nn ox- ponso of $lo0 or more. Ho sought for a quicker nml cheaper way to cure it nnd found it in Clmmbor-lain- 'a Liniment. Three dnvs after the first application of this liniment he was well. Fur sale by G. L. Pen DISSOLUTION SALE We have prepared to make Wednesday, the last day, a fitting Glimax to this unprecedented success. The mercantile magnet will again draw the crowds where the bargains are the best and biggest. OPPORTUNITY, knocks on the door but blood-bulldln- run-dow- 1.AKB UOROAH VM. C. LOKO J. T. ORIFFI.V Penny's Drug Store, Stanford. Hatfield Ifoln-rt- s Ky. ny. Mrs. Mabel t'lililcr's W'ceklv, the KumUwl y rcftmn mtcv in the world, i'liutrei wlwltnle bribery in the plcction o two iloniucrHtlp 'nitcd Stfltm Senior fiom Wot Vitviiiiii. Kow thi vhIihuI jour-ndo n little inv(vtiifHtiMK of the election of the jirwent republican Senator from !CiitiirK,v, when four jirm'-lii-nll- Hazlctt Mi lt nl w demoerntM !elrneil tluir pttrty and its imuiinee. A- - there tho wcio only four in thw mntter of pr.ibintr eHUos bohitnl their perfjdy hu!d not be so diffi- AMilt in the AYet Virginia cno, wlierein Collier's says the corruption whh wholesale. 0 nil t in there, iu-- t n certainly n- - it wns in other noted seiint.yriul scimdnlt this reneiriide (lo, pow-eerf- ul It's never too late to do a kind or pleasant act ! We can furnish you still with all the : pretty and usefui things you want: pnjier ' J 1ms expoed. Card of Thanki desire to tlinnlc inv frind- - etna neichhors for the ntteiitiou mid kindness shown to mv wife during her Inst illne-- s. . JI. riinpiiell. EEL FURS Get Von will find that dnigcistn every where ss.ak welt of Chnmlioilaiia youn: Cough Kciindy. Thev know from necoiii-panie- d long experience in the of it that in cnso of coiichs and c.diU it cnu li I.illie C'haiiihers befoif CotintN ('Ink Cooper alwa.XM be depended upon, nml (hut yestenlny nml npptiod tor marriage it is pleasant and sHfo to take. For I Penny. liceii-- e. The doifc- - in tsiimt? the sale by O. Meulali Oie lUalolt were iimrnl (muiii? at 7 o'clock, at Thnmiliiv the uwnit'iH'r of the bride's parent, near Ml. Monali, llev. .1 M. I.onic. The-- e vounc poople official in Iimvp lii'im iowrs for soiueilme ami llieir nmrriatfe whs the euliainathm of a happv courthhip. The bride is the benutitn! anri ac- ....iiJwlinil ilmivlitiir of Air. am' Mrs. Frank llaslett and i adinrred bv all for her sweet dinioition. hlio wan liHuiloiiHily attireii in wiiho ni..liiiii Hiu I ni'M-- r looked loveliertllHIl OU tills IICCHSIIMI, hIioii ht hoeame the wife of the one whe lvel The aroom is the Yiuinret son of Mr. hh1 Mis K It. lint field, and is ouriif fanner and well n sp'uiidid liked bv all who know mm. Iliev their hoiuu with the will makf Mhv Heaven's pariuits. itroimi's choii-e- t bh".sinxs re- -t upon them f life, mid nuiy nil the gooil thiiitrs. coii'c their wny. Villi. Hntfild and lt.v Ware ami little Hilton, f Mm. Rowland Collier. of Louisville. i visilinr bin father, Mr. .T.dm (Jar- minv. Mr. and Mrt. W. W. Stevou-- s and little on, Lester of llwldsiid are with Imnicfnlkg. .Mr. rurneai isnnn, ot mmton, is with friimds hero. Mist M'avme boutlierlaml. of ( is with her si(er, Mrs. KiUI Smith. Mi. Sam Conlier ami children and niece Mi Mvrtle Southuiland, nf Leelmmm .Icietimi, is the true-- tt r lu-- r mother. Mis. II. P. Martin. Mr. ami Mrs. Clarence Current of MrDermott 0 came M.imlav to be with her im rents, ifr. and Mr. (leonee Moore. Theie will be an Xmas tree here riiisdav eretiititr. Kxcrvonc united. rrank ( aindt-- n went to Louisville auesls .Mr. Tihti CormiHV, Dto of ltilev. aic the nir. Par, or-bi- once. Take advantage of this one, and attend the last day of this sale. Then you can say, "I have had my share; have availed myself of an opportunity that will never come again. I Bargains Maze in Every Department. A SQUARE DEAL--On- e Stimlav to price-t- (Jrnrsby. iiit hi aunt, r- -. John he low- Chambers Sowders It. Sowders. a William iiian of Highland, lis se est; all goods marked in plain figures. We cheerfully exchange or refund money for any unsatisfactory purchase 5 lianu uags Suit Cases CollarBags ties Mufflers Umbrellas OllK OOX $25.00 In Gold Given Away ii coin - ot qut'stioiis reipiircd by law R. M. Nc!nr.u, the Life and Fire rcuardiiit use etc, unit the ciise Insurance agent here, will give a document took them through the j Gummins & Wearen j Silk Hose Stick Pins our prices on Furs before you sell. Walking Canes, Cuff Buttons Handkerchiefs A -&. H. B. Northcott PHONE 153. x '! O icluuv iPL A.MAAA iu jrvu .. viiiiauiias .i Stanford, Ky of the snl rocHleil a nd and fMimc-whunusual condition. She stated e was but 18 eiirs of frankly that nue mill when the clerk asked for consent of her patents the neco.-nr- y she stated that her father hud deserted his family when -- he wfis n year old and her mother secured a dnorce upon the ground of tibundoii-mei- it and later married another man In it few yenrs her mother nml step father died. leaving her at the tender ae of lit alone in the world with an infant brother and sister to be cared for. Tlje-- e had been ent to an orphanage while for five yenrs -- lie had made her own liiing co show on tho '2nd Monday in Jnnunry court day, 1913. $ 15 in sold for the best six hands of lugs to weigh not less than four pounds. $7.50 for the second best. J2.50 for the third best. No trnsh leaf or red sonsidercd. A. W. Kin?, Danville, Ky., Judge. Talk with me about your fire nnd life insurance. It. M. XEWLAND. LOOK HERE!! We will sell KdUon wax cylinder records as long ns our Bupply lasts (two-minut- nt the following list prices: Standard ..21c each Amberol 00-- 8 I Ask For Stone's Stone's Cakes Made of Pure Butter, Pure Eft?s IN A CLEAN SHOP (ioltlen Siinhrnm 10c Rich Yellow Cake ( four-minut- e) . . 31c each A Put While CVe Silver Slice lOr Mrplilslit l()o Spnninli Cnkr Soul Oun lOc lOo Spice J. McRoberts E. C. Garman & Son Logan Ave., Stanford Ky. Itnlalu 1 Cake. Creole, I'rnlt Spiced A CliocoUtc CtVr Yellow tUmn Cle Htun CVe Furniture BEDS DRESSERS STANDS. DINING Low Round Trio Holiday Fares. Hv wnv Queen & Crecenl Itoute. Ticket, on sale December 1.1, ! 17, 1!. 20. 21. 22 2J. 21. 25 and 31. No Iard or Butter Substitutes Used in Making These Cakes pi MMHISiuA Nice . Rooks Make i' and .lanuarv 1. 101:5. Itettirii Apply to .latiiinrv 0, l'.H.'J. iicmest ticket nsreuti O. & C. route. f.r full information. W A Heckler ( P A Ciiieiimnli. O. 1D12, limit W.. H. HIGGINS Stanford, Ky. MATTRESSES. SPRINGS COMFORTS. TRUNKS. SUIT CASES. COUCHES. LARAM0RE TELLS ROUBLES Lady in Goodwater m Presents . TABLES. TABLES. BLANKETS. LACE CURTAINS. DAVENPORTS. BOUK CASES PARLOR TACLCG. 1W have just 'received a large niDerui fctiiiiuLuo ui ummiou ke, picture books, etc., and tESj n-up- s LIBRARY SHADES. LINOLEUMS. OIL CLOTH. MIRRORS. GO Describes tier Distressing Experience and Tells How She Was Finally Relieved. Sanders' Great cui-pr.- ee Sale ds BUFFETS. SIDEBOARDS. CHINA DINING CARTS. MACHINES. SEWING HHkl H CABINETS. CHAIRS. CARPETS. RUGS. MATTINGS. PICTURES MISCELLANEOUS. Nothing HF aIk i1kjEDPV kristmas gitt. is better BEt. A2r,BiaiMnHLJr Kjixzonr' Store. s. ine latesTj m in oveis ior wie Goodwater, Mo. ''Ever since I was a little girl," says Mrs. Riley Laramore, "I was a great sufferer from dyspepsia. suffered misery after eating, and had terrible heartburn. I thought had to suffer this way as tongas lived, but when began to take in small Thcdford's doses, every night, the heartburn was all gone in a few days, and 1 could eat without distress. I took two small packages in all, and although that was some time ago, the dyspepsia has not returned. I speak a good word for Thcdford's whenever I have the opI 1 1 1 Black-DraugBlack-Draught will continue ten days longer-Hundreof satisfied customers have attended, so if you cpme you will be satisfied, also. ROCKERS. I, I, SABERS, Crab Orchard, Ky. KF9N1 EK'.? w s. rS, - Hie Rexaii W if A m, TM:Lkl,i Stanf oc I A xRKJXv Kentu c 1 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 ouy me oest. j rwniirwuirirwii m t1 fV PROTECTION line figures here is our guarantee to liitor,' regardless of the amount he may Caffeai $100,000.00 - Call at portunity." If eating causes distress, we urge you It to try Thcdford's cleanses the system, helps the stomach to digest Its food, regulates the bowels, and stimulates the liver. It acts gently and is without bad aftereffects. Try it. Price 25c. Ulack-Draug- T. D. NEWLAND, opposite Court House and get your winter stoves suvta ' loo.ioooo 100,000.00 Stspk HaJders Liability $300,100.00 iti, i Qwoty National Bank to CHUtt0US4. J J' D. PERKINS KENTUCKY. DENTIST Ofiiw Over Hhjyins' Store .STANFOHD, W. E. PERKINS Crab Orchard, Ky Stanford, Ky. "WW .' V. k &. X 4 " rfy ; THE STANFORD INTERIOR JOURNAL, STANFORD, KENTUCKY TUESDAY. OECEWRER 24. 1912. 3 V. flOcP er Pound and sell vour tobacco and n jiome with a smile ot satisfaction oh vour Followlnu are a few of the face, best averages of last week: Mitvhel Tavlnr, of llnvte ruiiiuv. old l,21i miiiiiih fur X30XM, which avcrnitrd $24-9- The Danville Tobacco Warehouse Co., Breaks all records for the year over its floors-T- his house has made a wonderful rectril For three straight days it has only touched the high places. Highest floor average, highest individual average and the kigks priced single basket, which is a record to be proud of. This house has largest floor space south of Kentucky River in the State of Kentucky-Unloawold ding capacity unsurpassed-Stab- le eraged $20.01 V. Mlllch room for 200 horses. Follow the crowd to the Danville Tobacco Warefcwse wild 1. 005 jimin.N, which averaged Cohll & l'oitx, of HovlP POIIIltV. 1,105 imnniK fir $220.07, whii'li nvcraiced $18.00. A. Dcviiip, of Mercer omit'- nld 1,505 tiound, for .f.'ll 1.05, which av- I'. Kincnid of Lincoln counlv, for .3()8.'I3, $21.70 0. Pevino of Morror J)M) ihiuiiiIh avonmrd fr $:ill".l iMiintv, wild I. Hw crop llarvov Mold & N900 which Avormccd $20.04 l.!V Sexton, .)f Mercer conn-I- v )Kmiid for $318.08, John Monro, of Morcer conntv, old 2,410 iwiiiulx for $521.70. which averment $21.38 I. Meredith, of Mercer iHMimlrt llVlTHKCll poub- - v. xold .1.010 for SOIO.Ol, avcraaed Oconto Moblcv, of Marcor county, sold 475 pound for '$100.01, which $22.33 K. 11. Itronntitrli. of Lomotil county hflx lo hm credit the vcar's record lor Hie IiiKheit nvernce mado over the locnl breaks, a well as tho liieliot xiiikIo banket cold. His offering thin week wcro 1,050 pounds which broucht $130.00, which averaged $26.40 $21.48 "r" Personal and Social. Mra. WaltPT June h, wan in Ioiu-vil- le IHere IS Watow i at homo liom (JeorgctoiMi to ipnnd tho holi-iIwith relativeM ami friaiida. Mi- -Klla Wurron is ajanHlinf a lew da.va with her iler, Mrs. C. V. 'iKruftt at Crab Orchard. Mj-- h Warah Hundlnv I at homo Irom ,St. Kathvriiie's where ahe w in Mr. John M. - llool. Mi- your help Mawh Hcd Comfort t'l'.O KwlUvn led Coii)tit All wtMil IHankelt St t. $.5() .'. .01 Maybelle Tcitnant, of Mt. Mwh is the attractiru Kict ot Mihs ltorla .lean lVtinv. Mi- Martha HihiiihoI la in Dan- title -- iienditiK tho hohdavii with mr mother, Mr. Hoiaiiud. Mi Krfie Drva, of .MfKimiuv. au here 1'nilav tho Kttctt of Mra. - CleuieiiM, Awto Veil Jydx2d $1 .r0c. Pillow Tojm l'Jc 10c to 50c UMHilry 1 2V Children's Hnta 10c t AmIo Scarfs 25c to $1. Children' fur msI $1 U ' Udiiw r"r Set $S to $25. JniHtHuec MoaMct S0c to $3. Handkerchief 3c to $1 2 Haiidkorehios in bilk loc or to 1.jv. itettte Itamctta. Mr farl Ilium -- i'iit wroral 1m mI McKinnev the niiwt ot iibf ewimn. Stpxen Mi ItevnoliU. lt ti fr.nii Millentlninr Katlionna llarrin. m at Iioihc to upend ttiu lioll-da- -. a folder, 50c. hex H tt handlccroldofa In funoy box $1 in 3 Handkerchief milt case 15 S lUtulkpreklefa in 0 I Jp plume box 25o Parisian Irory warn 2.1e to 50c JnWtieM llaahcta 50c t.) $3. PHr (fcts $1 to $25. Chifroa vrik 2xlyd $1. Aula Scurf 3e to 1. KmI Utavm $1 to l.Mi. centers I,lHfi Bwrf, etc, 25e lo $5. 1,hUm' Suits Lot No. 1 T. (to olose) No. Si $7.50. IjmUo' Salts ljidioe Sort dream tot No. 3 $5. e fourth off All clak Matty other ImmV nMds di jJayod and priced Mow the raffalar price Dimtii&r Set SewHKK Set Br, lt l'in CuhitHi Cm Stick SmiAar Sots wile Hkmow Jowol Paney Itaskuls Holduw lkio SeA4a ItaketK INiwilor ltXH Mr. Carl Carter, who ha beoii In doctor about correcting your constipation ImlinontHili", vcrl ln!.. f'rr by taking laxative doses of Ayer's Pills. iiioiitli- - ih at lioine for the holiday. It.d. Vr Oi 1- C ATIB CO.. low. II Mai Wavren. of tlio ilav with Mix. .1. C. Hailey. Mimh JtKe)iMno S. F. lWane dr. of Danville, 'lMil, will ooia tonialit KooxmIIo Mi Matlie McClury i here from the ituent of Joeph Hopper, I'lttsbunr. I'a., to spend Christmas. for a few day.' utav with the homo for the holiday. Mr. Micah II. Clirisman, - here folk. Milcv lor a few dnv, the uue- -t of MU- Mi Lillie I'errin mid Mi I'r.ir. and Mm. V. 0. Hopper, of of Susan Ind.. aic aue-t- n Ml. Stcrliwr. are th irweit. of hU .if Amler-oi- i. Woods. iwrcnt Mr .and Mr. (leonie llop-le- r. Mr- -. W. II. O'llaiiHou. Little Lucile ISiillou K (tiite ill at Sprauen. of Dcnni l lie home of her mother, Mrs. II. M. .Mi-- ,. It nt It and Manrarct Monk, will lie the Kiicl of hi- - collexe uiate llallou on Danville ltveuue. thi- - week. -, Mra. J. L. II. Coffey and little ot MeKntnev, who hnva hr(iii atleiiil-liii- r .lolni M. Water-- clmol Her. D. M. Walker and family me -- on, Shclhy are here from Frank-fo- il at I'Mr- i- are at home f.n -, parentat Mr- -. Walker tile holiilaVn. to spend CliiiMimis With relit-tiMn-tWilliam ltradv. of Mt. Vaiiccliuiv for Chri-tin- n. dipt. Coffev will come ovit -. Mr. Limicr. of M.tnticello, - the today t spend a short time. Sahti. wan the mumt iif hi- llrail of her daiuchter. Mr- -. Sam Mnhony. Mr. and Mv. Will Hi- who Yinriiim nike. D. Knd- -. on the Ijiiica-t- cr Sniurdav and Mtmlav. scIiimI at Geoivctowu is I'itl-buMi- -(leoiiie 0. Menefte. of lliimiinc heie spending the holiihiy with her N'ancv Yoaacr. of 1'n., - Iter,, for the holiday the Imiiii. Aln. trot in in time to -- pend xrnudmother, Mr. Mary Penny. Mo. Suan fliHtmn with the home folk. aue- -t of her mother. Mi. J. (. Jenkins, of Concord. .1. T. Kiabrv. .!' the Auditor'- Leacr. I, mil., is iic ic ui tile iiedsv'- - ot ner Mi at Frankfort, cainc home for sister Mr- -. T. I' Hill, who remain Sophia Alcorn P- at Imomc -. -- till ippte ill. from Danville -- pendiiur the holiday Mi-- k Itellc Denny i the auot ot with her lwrent- - .Iui'" and Mr. .1. Missc- - .Mary 0. Dnugheity and W. A1 colli. Mi. W. I (liven at Shelliy ("it Mnrv A. StiniKcr huve goiie to e -. for a tew davMo. (. II. Keelon. of Mll'iam 'nllev to -- pend the holiday T. W. .Iihic- - ha joined hi- - wife with down Saluiday akttit Imrv. chihc Delia K. their cnusiii. Mi opeut -- exeral dav her-- with at (lie home ot her iaretit- -, Mr. ami llnhaii. , iinil relative- - anil fneailn. Mi. N.miiaii, nt Waltoh, for the Mii Chailutle 1'ollit. o Laneas-le- r. Holiduva. I'eachic Margaret Pence, the lit- Chii-tm- ilook the train hciy Monday for Wallet Millmrn, who - inakiiiK Middle-boitle iluuirlitiT, of Mr. and Mr--. Adam where she will visit -- Vk News i Mr. Frank I'ollit and family. cvor-cruooil on the Lawruiieelmnt l'eiicc ha- - been unite fo In- - aunt, Christuut'g with dnv- -. Mr. and Mr. .1. (. . Osborne, of Mollie Watw. here. Siiiimc and Mr. .1. T. Kolieit-wei- it Mi Kiio.wiHc, aic heie to -- pend the Ikh-i- i AIIiihI M. l'encc who ha Miaolav to vi-- lt to Uviiiir-t.- ui holiday- - with her mother. Mrs. Arkan-n- n IIiioiikIi Mr. (ieorve CihiV. and family for trntcliinc Chailotte Wnricn. I l.oiii-ian- n day- -. -- ceral and Tc.a- - for the liter:- Mr. nnd Mrs. r T. C.utci1 mi(' Mi )mti Mellohoit waory Wajcon Coiiipnii., if. at home -- on. Fail, hip here from Kvan-vi- ll' Atom Sataxlay, the jtne- -t of'tur the holiday Ind.. lo spend the holiday., with hw in IjincH-to- r Mir Viraiuia ihmrnc i it t home mother, Mr. Julia Hughe and her cousin, Mi l.ettie Mae Me- ficm Huiitiuuton, W. Va for the oilier relative. lldlielU. Mr. Moiri-o- n l!riili!, who i at- bolidavi'. of St. Loiii- -. Mo., Kobert Water SHORT LOCAL NEWS tending -- ch.ail at the I'nivcr-it- y 'of will -- pend the holiday- - with lula-livVintinia - at home for the Xmas fricwid- -. Fi-h- er in e. er araml-imreiil- noveral dava lant weok. Miaa Marv Hkntiti. of Hock Hilt S. C. i at hoiw for Chriatina. Maator Itainc M. Hutnhlnaon. of Danville, i tho Kiiet of lii fntehr, Mr.. K. It. Hntchinva. Mias Ullin I'arrin. of Ani!pr-n- n, Ind. i here viilinr her aunr, lr. U. II. O'ltaunoii. Mi Nabcl Kevnolda. or M'cKin ni'V. vrH the net of relative- - unit friend- - M'eral dava lat wek. . Uev. A. A. Ilimiim. of fllniro. i lHiiiliiitt the holiday with hi pr-Mit- f Mr. and Mr. W. II. Iliwriii- -. .ftaae Klixabeth and Luciiidii of relative-aUilea are the ue- -t friend in Lexinatou. Mm. W. II. Shanks ia viaitimc her immit. Mr. and Mrs. Daldwin, at ' Itichmond. Mr. Mattic Neviaa i the euc-- t of her daiitthter. Mr. .1. U. Buck. ( Veck. at (Tilhcrt Mr. .1. C. KHbanka and dainthtcr. Annie Lee. are viaitimr hw mother. Mr. Helle I'd kin- - at Ijnieaater. Mi- -. IM I'eMon went to Crali Orpnud aevprnl chard Monday to Why cough? Stop it! Stop coughing! Coughing rasps and tears. Stop it! Coughing prepares the throat and lungs for more trouble. Stop it! There is nothing so bad for a cough as coughing. Stop it! Ayer's Cherry Pectoral is a medicine for coughs and colds, a regular doctor's medicine. Sold for seventy years. Use it! Ask your doctor if this is not good advice. Unless there Is dally tctlon of Ibe bow els, poisonous products re absorbed, causing headache, biliousness, nausea, dyspepsia. We wish you would ask youi For 1 Snip. 3-- !Iou-- u 1 acre niul lot in Mt. oontatn-hi- k Salem. Cum-min- C. Montuomerv, Mt. Salem, Kv. .s You can buy poods from & Woaren ."hcaper now than you over bought them anywhere. WIipm The Perfect Laxative For Elderly People that firopcrtlcs bowels. strengthen the stomach. Is Dr Caldwell's Syrup Pepsin, which thousands of elderly people use, to the exclusion of all other Trustworthy people like A. V. remedies. Tlgreit, Oaklawn Farm, Newborn. Tenn.. and Mr Lizzie H Srooks, Paris, Ky.. say they take It at regular Intervals and In that way not only maintain general good health, but that they not !iaenow In years felt as good as they lu You will do well to always, havo a bottle of It In tho house It la good for all the family. Anyone wishing to make a trial of this remedv before buying It In tho regular wav of a druggist at fifty cents or ono dollar a large bottle (family size) can have a sample bottle sent to the homo free of charge by simply addressing; .Dr. W. n. Caldwell. 403 Washington SU Montlcello, III. Tour name andaddreaa on a postal card will Co. irio Chamberlain' have a hilions alturk Ars ha Its attraction no less than more quieter lire, Tablets a trial. Louth In athin very renn and rest without I llfo of They nre excellent. For sale by 0. aufllclent excrctae that bring with It from In thoie dlsonler that L. l'euny. activity. Chief of tlicnoarle a chronic, are peralalent constipation. A splendid selection of watches Most elderly people are troubled In this way, with accompanying symptoms clocks, jewelry etc., for Xmas presof belching, drowslnpsn after eating, 92-t- f. ents at Mueller's headaches and general lassitude. FreA fine Englih bull dog enme to quently there Is dlfllculty of digesting even light food. Much mental trouble my place near Crab Orchnrd last ensue, a It Is hard to nnd a suitable may be Vedncdiiy. Owncs can get same remedy. First of all the ndvlce not ue given that elderly people hould nnd his keep salt, cathartic pills or powder, waters by jwying frr this adv. or any of the more violent purgative. 100-It. II.' Idonniijili. dr. What they need, women as well a men. one that Is Sealed bids for the surplus milk Is a mild laxative tonic, acta without pleasant to take and yet at the Creamery will bo received un- grlnlnir remedy Tho that flits all these retil noon. Saturday. Dec. 28. II. J. quirements, and has in addition toalc 100-- 2 Melloherts, Secy. Gel a good menl for 25c at Cover's wh,0 doing your Xmas shopping Fanciest lino of Xmns enndies over in Stanford at Cover's-J00-- 3 11. It. Game Cockerels for sale Mr- -. Sam Helm, llustonville, Phone 3. 5-- y!i 100-2- p. You want the Uest vou insure. See Fish Stanford, Ky. Insure Cummins k Wearen ing partnership and are policy when & Bromley, everythlnq. nro dissolvslaughtering prices. For Itent for 1913: Two houses nnd negro cabin belonging Mrs. M. V. Vaughn. Apply to L. It. Hughes, " tml rv iv - Chri-tma- Stockholder's Meetlnq. The annual lnveling of the of the Ljucoln County National Rank, of Stanford, Ky. to elect directors for the year 1913 will be held nt its hanking offieo the Bpc-oTiiesduy in January. 1913. YT. 97-L Dright, Cashier. Bbaie-holders 9. i. sev i --- - - MiswJ H' I in iha le-wc- i- o, Stockholder's Medina Tho lo'Milur incctins f the stock holder of tho State Hank & Trust Co.. of Stanford. Ky.. will be held at its bankin-- j houe on tho second Tuewlnv in Jnnuutv 1913, at 1 P. M. for the purpose of electing directors for the ensuing vear. M. II. SALIX, Cashier. Stockholders' Meeting: The annual incetin" of thu Stockholders of the First National Bank, .if Stanford. Ky., o elect directors for the year 1913, will be held nt its banking1 office the second Tuesday in January 1913, II. C. Bongh-nin9"-' Cashier. n, 9. 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 yeu put what you save in the bank. All the time it is accumulating you are getting nearer to independence and to the gdal of that ambition for all things ajpffey w'ien Vu nave moncv- - Start today. Open a bank account with what you have. s ' Even a dollar will do. r H STATE BANK & TRUST CO., Capital$50,000. w. .. Surplus $500 Stanford, iKy. S. MCE, V. D. EADS, P. BROWN, e- i- Ilnwl Mirror Shoe HorMri Nnil Hie IMctMro l'raHHfc Vrtwi'Umt Plway AjfriHW holiday. ). llMHtlkniehicf l , Collar 1 Auto ScMtfs 1'hooHlx Muffler ('liilditw's llata ChiHlnm' Hoods, Laundry llafH HiMitity l'hw. niT 'Hoa Ualf 1hhq .lewol lttixiw. t , Hat, l'in Holders l'oet' Card Albums. Mutnh SonitobciH. Sliming l'niU. Prumcd rioturcw Seolu Culdi. the Yul.'ti'e wtli her mother, Mr. Mr. Kdar lte.Miohl- -, of MoKtn-ni- '. (Charlotte Warren. - -- peiiiliiiv the holidays witli . .lame- - T. Meiiofce her Mr. and Miv. J. II. William- -, at aic Here irom Knowiiie, lenn.. to ImuL hi wii it Tiiiii jLpcnd the holiday- - with hi- - parent, ),, tvyil ,,,0 nnd Hule daushlerSI.Mr. iimi jit. .1. X. Mcnefee. MiMtiryM. f MiddIcbor, have arii Letitia Waiion - with them aunt, ned In bo the jtiio-- t- of theirjernnd-airixcII. Shank and wire x,, lion. Htal Itciil and their ... .,,... ,,....1,... Friday niiiht fiom Cdiim-- ' ,. , -. (la., to remain until after Xmas ,.. Ti'ilili!,, nn.i holiday. Mr. Shank -- ay- tho mule ,,.,' .....i AlL. IaI.." C.i,.n..r. 1110- . market 1. rather dull ju-- t at pie-o- ut Sunday. Mr. Itichmoml iltll tint a- - the price of cotton ha- - ad- - Tn(ldc ami laimlv veie the vuet- xiiiicwhnt he believe- - the ,,t Mr. and Mi- - Hieck and Mi- aiiceil lnc-tu- k iii.n Let will he materially ('ouiier w.i- - the cue-- t of Mi- - Lucy improxed after the firt of the year. Lee Walton Mt--d . 1111i- Ml- -. J. Marv Noel and T. I'ark. .if Uanville. ami .1. It. Wn.vU of Taint Uck. -- pent a por-liot Ih- - holida- - witi their father. Ke. It. It. Nlicl. Mi- Mmiraiel Warren, who IcHiliinir -- chool at Cohimbii- -. Ohio niaht to spend arrixed Salnnla-Mo-ilai- iie entire stock goes at cost, Mr. Woolev Kmbrv, of l.oui-vill- e. Cummin-- ! & Wearen. with - heic -- iieiiditiK Chri-lii- ia Fot XnuiM, buy your eundio, In- - lutreiit. Mr. and Mr--. .1. T. Mr. I'arker came home with fruit iiuth, enmberrioo and lialiery 100-- 3 -- uppliba nt Oover's him and - hi- - xuc-- t. Mr. Aithur Coffey, of AfcKlnnev. ''he city -- chool- will tcconvene who - attendimr school ut Mate 011 .Mouilav, Dec. .'Kith. All pnlroiu I mwi-i- t, to leiiiem l.eiiial.iii - nt home tor ami pupil are rctiuc-tc- d Km-Irr- ami Our Notice to Stockholders The ntiininl election of directors of the National Bank of llustonville will be held at their banking bouse on the hcconil Tuesday in January J. W. 1I0CKER 1013. 8U-Oishier. G. L. PENNY, V. Pres. M. B. SALIN, Cashier. l Mccarty, Pres. Pr. First National Bank STANFORD, KY. iiui- -. licr tin- -. l'in O'usliioivs b'awiiiif Sets Holt Holly llibbon For holiday presents last a life time no to Mueller's jew90-t- f. elry store. or Itent. Mv hoti-- c, For Sale pnHRfls.ioii given the first of Ibe uar or nt once apply to MU 15, V. 100.1 Lojtan. Main Street, For Xnxi- - c.ike- - pica, etc, jiivc me jour oi'dei" oaily mi you won't bo 100-1- . dihappoiuted. Oooi,'J All kind- of Innhllirj Notice. lumber for alu. 1'ortoui wantim; nine will plca-- e inaKe out mil- - niul . nancy or commiiuicaic wiiii .1, Mat Coffmaii. Slanr.iidr'K.v. J. I'. lOJ-- l. llailcy. ot The Micinl of the Hndeavor cluuvli I11- been the Chri-tiuntil the t"nt Friday m-- bt which will llo 1 111 Capital $50,000; ' TK-Surplus $26,0001 .i'l-- X ' Have you commenced that bank account with ms, t year, as you promised yourself to do? IS TIME YET. COMMENCE TODAY. ' r 'v i ': ( are under double strain loaded strength to live and learn and strength to grow they must have noiirihliiiient not over- H. C. BAUGHMAN, Cashkr J. S. HOCKER. Pres. W. W. SAUNDERS. Ind. S. T. HARRIS. Vice Pres.. J. R. HARRIS. Bookkeeper. .. stomachs, but concentrated nutriment to aid nature during the growing period. l'uncy Ncokwoar LlHon lliindkoraliiofa Moauty I'iiw KniuUuM I '"liarv. I.o- -t A t.'h, Hat Phi. UiudNir 'lias Child' l'tiloMt MiU.IIHS Laather Kelt Children R CMBa4lIiSk3k the back. Ittnvaul for KI'J-'- J - ol'lico. TritHtee of the Jury Fund W. W. In Snuiiilei mi'- - that the iiioiicn 111 fra lad.C- - r.hiiu watch " I'aiw In Crace " ami u The w)nderfulecord of Scoff 'a Emulsion as a body- to thi- Cliililiy G Tag. ?tikoi' Smis CttUlljMHMM Should Have Good Light for Studying A poor light strains the eyes, nnd tho injurious effects may last for life. An oil lamp is best. The light from the Rayo Lamp is soft and mellow. You can read or work under it for hours without hurting your eyes. Tho la- -t be ptroi'o who -- ned ( come, and tbev can act -- nine l at I hw FirM N'ationul I I l.ink. r l4UM4l Sol lWlr PsAkc J. Cmwst auk j 1. Csn rnm ( Ike sria olF. Tulssn. teuut iMid. m,U' ImiisMi Is ta Oir MM .ins iswhH S4 Ustt 1MM.L. wsi prraikr urn rrui am tut UNK 1. ti er Umm Cttr or TotNM. ( " utc cuisn: aMk SMfc 1 builder has been proved for three generations. It strengthens the bones, muscles and sinews; builds rn body, cftatct tntrgy and vigor; pteents and relieves colds and fortifies the lungs. Millions of delicate and undeveloped children have been made strong, sturdy and hearty with Scott's Emulsion. Iniitt an haunt SCOTT'S. & At Cost Monday, Oct 21tf BEGINNING will sejl our entire . i3 ,i stock of Dry Goods, Notio'ns,. Shoes, Etc., at absolute cost. This, Nothing season's newest goods. reserved. We need the money and mean business. This is the best opportunity you will ever have to save money. Strictly a cash proposition. Goods charged will be .sold at the regular price Poll OntflU Severance &Son JK 'SXTfrb CLy J The RAYO It constructed scientifically. It la the bctt lamp made- - yet inexpentive and economical. nickel plated. made of solid bran I Lighted without removing chimney or shade. Easy to rlean and rewick. Made ia various tylei and for alt purposes. -- liu II CATtSHH ISSt M Hl'DHKn a., oa. Uttf n MlHl niTnl l UK ": u m i J mm HI ninru IS J lt-- M il Mil ii A. ,SKJ(I1,,Mr, "ii iHinm lurr i. A. W Ol.t VXOV NolAMk 11 SHI I ii " I'w tiii rtM u ttus liiwi'ir -. smI h STANDARD OIL COMPANY rSuTUF. tSasrWTi- tf&Au. ""irrr171 jkAMI For Sale or Rent. On Januarx '.013 my hou-- e on Main btreot. C llau;huian. Dt-l- MMiniw. 1. II f .ill .mil Winter Suitlnus. n Ui u ,! WTi.i. r Hmtd sr saw n ikii r .ui .u uriiwu Ibrr coinprt.f . I esn suit ii. 'i.. uinrkirL .. . im (,!... .,. Imi ktd bit rkukn wail tajoot In or t l mads t jiffu, uirauir it pr (.rmM. i. ...( j mid civibva lu li.la IBriu UMitr la u. uMira dMiD't cott sa uor Ihsn rw4f at. I. wk.o usllt; sod fit U eonild r'd (uhi in nnd let in Uk roar umi urs. :::::;:: Hughes, Martin Sc Stanford. Ky a o xvriKY. r frtaUti iar WMUT tjw? T 'J V THE INTERIOR JOUBHAL, 3TANF0HD. KENTUCKY TUESDAY, -- 1 t s DECEWiEW 24. lll2f FARM'ANDISTOCK NEWS 'W . r - -- A LexingtonTobacco Warehouse Co. (INCOKPOHATKD) J. A P. llannrd, President, M Gentry, Vico President. Luther Stivers, Salon 5fnnnccr R. h. linker See. & Trcan. Vfe Luther Stivers In A Class By Himself . AUCTIONEERS -J. C. Roberts, J.K. fiiubon. Karlv Bbiw. & Ilrotliora. Lap robes, horso blanket carriage heaters, storm shields etc, at J. C. McClary'a. I bought harness at tho old price beforo the ndrnueo nnd will givn rav customers tho advantage- of priBc Stock is complcto now. J. C. Mo Clarv. Nice young JHi'k for wilo. W. A. Hotelier. R. F. I). 1, Moorelnnd.Ky. - 102-U- p ' I , Sales Manager and Booster forthe followlnq houses: Manaacrs: . Warehouses: A. P. Imrnnrd, J. W. Rodes, Shelbirrne. lidnil Pros., J. N. Gibbons. Lexington. I.uthcr Stivers & Pro. Stivers, linker & Scott. (Vntrnl Kv. J. 51". Gentry, K. B. Hawkins. Growers 1 For Snlc Thoroughbred turkeys. Hronzo 4. Open tlav and niqht Floor space 3.000.000. 000 horses. Shed room for 1.000 loads of tobacco, no danqer of damaue. Stable room Financial responsibility. Guaranteed sales every day Best experienced tobacco men In Kentucky to advise you about tobacco. and exporters. trade, ncludlno. manufacturers, dealers Full competition of all Uere vou have Individual attention to each basket by experienced Haul your tohacco warehousemen and where you can better control the sale as to time and price. tus BOTH 'PHONES 964 Lexington. Ivv., Dec. 21 1012- .- Sales of tobarco on our mnikct this week w J.unr.iuo pounds opening date. with a Ecjiornf average on the entire wile of $14.10. Sales on the market sinec the pounds, with n general avern- - on the entire offerings of ?12,74 prices rangNov. 19th, is 5.030.U0 ing from $4 to $01. come since the On- Wednesday of this week wo had the fliwt Rood tobacco season that has crop wns ready to move, which caused the receipts of tobacco for the latter part of this week to heavy. Price., under heavier offerings, showed n stronger tendency, and cspeaiallv was this Hie than heretofore, which bears out cftsc an good to fine tobaccos and more tobacco Pollin"- nb.we $20 Red tobaccos of all our prediction that good to fino tobnecos would sell for the lusher prices. this week than at any time since the crop bosun to move with more competition grades sold better stronger on this class of tobacco than has previously prevailed. Colory types of all clashes show a tendency and fully as Jiigh as at any time. the selling of to- Suiaminr the market as a whole. i is certainly -- ntisfaotory. and Tapidly as proper condition and handling will permit. ... Lacco as Snles adjourned on tho 20th day for the holidays resuming on Thursday, Jan. 2, 1913. All of the warehouses belonging to this company will remain open during this time for the receiving nnd unloading of tobacco for sale on Jan. 2nd. LEXINGTON TOBACCO WAREHOUSE COMPANY. (INCORPORATED) es 5trs. W. V. Dtohon, R. F. 05-D. No. 1. Phono 88-- F Win. Ilrown, of Turttcrnvillc action, bought of J. S. MoKlttriek u Jeroy cow for $50. Kstrny pray jennet came to my place Deo. 2, Owner oan get name hy pnyinp fur keep and this advertisement. 5L 51. iicirring-- 5forelnnd, If. F. I). No. 1 Oorgc I.unoford, the local entile buyer, purchased 15 head from various purtict in tho wont end at fom 3 to 4 ceutH n pound. He oyer to T. W. Jones for shipment to the city, nl n profit. Fu oii'e. S.! homo nilsen hinck fAced ewes, duo to btxrin lamb'mg January 20th. A. W. Carpenter, 100-tHustomille, Ky. For Sale. A car load of extra pood timothy liny. Mr. F. P. Par-nett- e, 101-F- 4 Himtonvillc. For Sale. Big boned Poland-Chin- a hogs; n choice lot of extra nico jilt3 nnd n few boar. Those hops nro sired by "Illinois Pig Pone" nnd out of an extrn largo dam. Can pive papers on all. Hugh Roid, lOU-.- i. Stanford, Ky. , 00-3- p. turii-d,thein f. part'ies a bnnoh of li6TitVvigl.lnKflXUIE'S ESSENCE. El to GO pounds at ranging from law are perfect, but diea 4 Goooh sold to Dr. J Go Nitura'i nature lor the cur, to IM l to A are wuwlii mm tfcrt tl ilmllit to Ciirpcntor a I'tiUml Chum boar can lathom lor you, lake tne tarK ot i ifrj free, tta fl.AiaiiRli for .fl5. atone, Oregon drape root,queen'i root,bl( mi jlolilcn ea4. in a tin r Mhwif rkHt proportion utdyWMtU extract ot tliem with i tine, P. W. GftiHox nnld t.) MoruHii PcHiley a iwlr of 2 voar old mule Itoctor Ilcrcc' CSoldeMl MfHMcnl IMiK-'Tcrtwo (earned chrmtiti. ellhf reari of It took Dr. I'ltrce, with the attiitanee fw .I00. Tliov are as hnndmnnc thi pun) Mreeflo n mtr an can be found in Lincoln hard work exnerlmrotlnl to make uo ol acparttete of attract and alterative of thi alcohol. Irettett cITicicAcy and without the county. Jmt tne tort owewMf )ou nwu to matte rien, rcu Mood, and cure that Miihfcle and (eellnd of nerve cxhauitfon. T. bought from W. L. Dr. I'lerce'a GoMen Medical Dlicovcfr bcara the atamp oC Goooh week an oxtm flue jiwr-I- I I'uauo ArraovAt and haa told more larlely In the patt forty bull itiir, f.ir which ho mid f'20. and itoroach tonic. yeara than any other r Tlic vouHKiiteT ttclnhcd '100 p.mnrtu itomath imwl to h the "Ron time aao I ct out of htlh-ami .Mr. I! rent pinna to ne lilin with t of the trwiM," writrt Ma. Hut. William of IMInllle. Kn. 1 rommmrnt to ilortur wlOi nil tha doc tort at hem u wall at Willi Iin herd. nthor e tfllUU on itmatK tl dtantir organ. Non iwitwl to do t. mot at Im nwdirlntadUmsharm. Flaallr.lI rota anjr roml-- ln P. P. lloltzelinv xhlppvd three in Ir. I'lmt. ItufTm. Ni T. mho rvollnl. tatlna' Out I hmit llrvr com lndlrratlaniul rofuttiwtlan, and ad tlM, Dr. Irra'a Ooldcn ttldntwlth car IiwiIn of cattle, Ihh hiuI shcop Mollml IMMxnrrry and - I'Mmiil lllrti.' "Tha ' IXwarory ami ivilrt, Kara put ma en my to the CtmiiniMti market early In aam" Mnwiltotuthatlnlrl. tcouMiMrvartiovrtlwlUwutUiiia.' the week, lie wid It to Ao for the cuttle,.) 0 for tho hog E. WlLLUMa, EaKQ. Dr. Plirca'm PUmttnt Pmllnt firm tor llrpr Hl$. and I or the aheep $U."0 i.t $.1.30 pel oO fi G 2. hitst tri 1 lr lit fejS l Mod-puftfie- mr tt -2 r, FIRE INSURANCE exd SURETY BONDS i.M.NEWLAHD STANFORB, KY. Garrard, a bunch if tlnro and four oar old inaros at h fancy pnec. Floyd brought them ttl Stanford, whsrs he ss r.ot !y Pin Sou ..;..! tunied them over to him. T. W. done mhipped to Cincinnati wrly in the week n car load of hors and cnttle. The hogs were bought ut ft 2 to 0 ccnta and the cuttle at 3 to 4 1 vent. He sdup- iH'd two loads later on mymC for hogs S to 0 J. 2 cents and for the cuttle 3 to A R. C. Arnold, the local nlnck trader, bought of J. WV. Pnughmnn a bunch of 2. light hogx at 5 3- - Ic and a cow f..i $40, f N. W. Ramp-foa bunch of ISO pouiuU porkers pnjing 0c, of Dr. Morn mime ISO pound hops that cost him ." 2 ctt. of Richard Hester a bunch of yearling cattle at 4c, of J. , J'eck It sheep .3.b.S per head. pajing Arnold shipped movt of tbjs stuff to tho Cincmnnti market Saturday 1-1- -2 1- -2 ii -- hoad. W. C Floyd, of Ihc Went Kud tho county mild to , P. Purtoii, (f ot -in oaugnman & uo. j. n. . MANUFACTURE I I Flour. Meal and Shipstuff 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. Hvll.m IWe Hro., tlcj,Vnr-.Jr ttf the .Markobury j Sam Robinson's Remodeling iuvd This is positively no fake. speak for themselves. The goods Nothing but high class goods to be sold. SALE '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 of onttlo nyoraeinir 1,32 youad., in Jiins tynl Siman Wei!, of LoxiiiRton, 50 hond brimrinR them conu nnd IS ljM,l at 7 cent pound. W- ' lUirton. of Inonster, n a larfri iimnbrr of from 1 year-old to mnloK nl bw sale ntnWiw. havine lrUKbt :a 33 or mow .MJ in one ilrov, Imvins them up jn oonnec-tiiwith some St. 1hi tnirehai-o- r, who arc in Control Kentucky on the search for a Kood urudo of hoHil 0. lr .;n m in. This great REMODELING SALE will commence Wednesday, Dec. 11th, and Lasting 15 Days iMaa-T-raaa Clothing, (M& Pants, Shoes, Hats, Dry Goods, Ladies' and Gents' ing Goods to be Practically Given Away. . We will on Saturday, Dec. 14, at 3 o'clock prompt, throw from the top of store into Main street, Mens Suits of Clothing'. Come and cath a suit .b'KfcJJtiJ! TJiis is a chance you may never have again. EXOt JjHJJU!! jmHibJ!!! Oarrnnl, recently of hoes to ono Ponmuninent eoiuc to Crawford and Co., and another car t'ontmmiuc 90 bend also beintr to u pnewi City firm. The follow me are uomc of his lain linrrlianeM for Inn recent oiport: From C 51. Jenkins of tho ilnrks-bur- v poction, (10 100 ikhiiuI porker t U 2 cents per pound frnm G. M. Swmi'broad, of Lancaster. H, 110 pound nhoats at $0 per hundreit from (leono Itubl0 of llueun Vista, 152 175 pound hogs at $0.65 per hundred; from William Seott 9 l.'IB pound porker at $0.35 per hundred from C. A. Arnold 0 head of 110 iKnnd hboU at 0 eenU per Qn-I'inn- V. A. Lenr, of HjnpiH'd two lofldn iKMind. W PITS, VJT 0YERC0SI8. 4in uua p- -w DRESS AND WORK ODD PANTS $7 panis now $0 pantg now $5 pants now . $4 pants now $3.50 pants now $3 pants now .- New Slickers $3.50 quality now $3 qunlity now $2.50 quality now $1 the garment now 50c tho garment now 25c tho garmont now Fish Brand $2.48 $2-1- DHwTi BrlvUI' iTflHHVii HnnHP'wBirv t iyvo rt hffiSBHKHSBi k JIHBHHReia, L "" SS'-JS- a clioiee lot ot mciia (UiJ 'men b suits and overcoats M nt $25 and $30 must Bell -- wiA $4-9- 8 4c, 8c, I MENS' SOX Ic, 15c, 19c and 39c. 98c 79c !39c PUTEE RIDING LEGGINS, $3.50 now COMFORTS. $2.50 comforts now $2 comforts now $1.50 cotnfartu now $1.25 oemforts now $1.88 $1.19 $248 -. AOO v ...E... RO i&Hr at easily, now- " $16.75 cmiUo mnef. ..... $4.48 W.79 $2.95 LADIES "AUTO" SCARFS Tho $1.50 scarf nod Tho $1 scarf now The 50c scarf now The 25c scarf now NECKWEAR 50c, 75c nnd $1 wear now 25c neckwear now $1.98 r: ""'$II.3Br ,...$2.75 $2-2- MENS' and LADIES UNDERWEAR BBSSSHHb5w' IHniffSmA Bk ' HrP' Boll ana 50jo. vKsP'NIk. Br.$3.2U, $4.48 KW l. j7;fflWupevaaro oldest maae mm som , mw to $10.00. MMk& m& "w HHB'HHH' VB HICH GRADE SHOES . v- that also haVo'somo $2.93 now. at vs.' hich crndo kneo suits pure 0l mustBcll now at $148, $1.98, ...... broken lots worth $14, $15 nnd 5a.So Hens' and Young Mens' Rubber 79c 39c 19c 19c 84c $374 $2-9- Coats and English Garbadlne. $2.35, $3.50, $4.75 and tbe $15 coat $9.98 nt This is sometbin new. COAT SWEATERS 39c 19c Ladles' and Gents' $3.50 coat sweaters now ....$2-7$2.30 $3 coat sweaters now $2.50 coat sweaters now $1.29 $2 coat sweaters now DRESS AND FLANNEL SHIRTS 39c, 79c, $1, $1.48 and $1.88 LEGGINS CLOTH AND LEATHER. 39c, 74c. 98c and $1.19. MEN'S' DRESS AND WORK $2 pIoes $1.50 gloves now $1 gloves now 50o gloves now GLOVES $1.48 $1.19 Xrtssett Make mm--ss- m now n-- .,,, $. ...$3.98 nsxfi All bats in SteUon3 and other standard makes, 98, $1.29, $1.59)$1.93, $2.25 $2.G0 and $2.98. CALICO, BIESCU, ETC. v'1 .... $1-8- 8 BLANKETS $5 blankets now blankets now 3.50 blankets now $2.50 blankets now $2 blankots now $1.50 blankets now $-- 2.39 $1-8- $1.39 89c - I'lfcoi mf ,K.,.; wa'P5- - :f!i now 1MW-M ...$3.85 ...$359 ...$2.94 ...$2.39 $198 $1.50 coat sweaters now $1 coat sweaters now 50o cont sweaters now Some prices In 88c 70c 39c ALL KINDS OF HAMBURGS AND EMBROIDERY GO AT COST. Remember the merchandise. the PIANO to ary 1st, 1913. date, the price, the Ladies All calicoes, American and Simpson 83c Call for tickets on be given away Janu- HBL z --J&tmJUt kjnnr,.,Ar.........i'M wmmm-Trmini Rubuer !wunaKe room. sSoes now I 5c yd" now Bleach cottons lOo and 12 2 a 8 quality now, yd Sheeting bleached and unbleached now 22 l'2c yd Bed ticks all kinds at cost. 1-3c Wo have about 400 parrs on tbe ,.39c Don't miss this sale. bargain counter that is like finding 'em. Sco the price. CAPS 10c, 39c, 79c, 08c and $1.10. LADIES' FUR CLOTH COATS, COATS NOW UNDER COST. SUSPENDERS AND BELTS 19c, 33c and 74c. market, and qiutp ,H number ch?r.c-w- l bands at from ! to 5 eents. HceonluiK to tho quality xftered. lew were better than medium irrnde I.Hwt.,.n and Ilniwii. I lie n Ijioeantor Um'c firm mado a fliipmont Uat TIihdmIhv to Hubbard, Ilaim and IlJMrxdiile at and anothor of lioifs 1 tho same markets a fow ihx preMoim tho follow-iiii-r are iiio of their purrhnRe. mnde bv J. I). Tope, one of tho company. From Willtnm Ferguson, 10 20 pound Iio- -h at 0 3- -1 eonta per pound; from Areli Steven. 10 175 pound porkorg nt $0.50 Po hundred; from Jnijuli Anderson, n Lunch of 170 pound hoe nt G ctn. per pound; from W. H. Jao 10 250 pound porkers nt $7 per hundred. Thursdny'K consiirnment wna n mixed lond of stock, contniiune 05 bocs and 12 head of cattle. well-know1 re-co- nt Fow mulen chanced Imndi at Iin-eat- 'r Mmiilny of the ownent Raking kv liili prieen for them. A niunber that were oxtrn clanwv wore li.uiKht, lint the offonniM ero not lante. W. II. Hurton ptirelm1,rl fivo oxlra toppv follows for a foreign bnye nt $200 a bond, Tlmrc wero two or threo humlrod eattle on the io.t now Ladles' and Mens' Rubber at cost. Sandals Trunks, Suit Cases and Hand Bags now at your own price. HERE'STHEHOG &" I waniSto wait on 5000 people the firstday. Can you help us out? XUU Will JJXVXIV CXIXU. WO WP XHUjJWy, Will lUOO. JJLavc? C7i-UL2J- iw ou "Wait for u u- - povyjjA xjioxj vvmu jjll uxcbuo this sale and C?'K'?, - SAM ROBINSON tefWlCE MAKER-NEXT l&lr&SKg? DOOR TO LINCOLN COUNTY NATIONAL BANK Stanford, Kentucky BOURBON ItEMEDY CO , Lexington, Ky, Rncloted find photo o( hog that wii cured of cholcr with your Ilouiboa lis Cholr Ktm. cdy. Thli nogwai alinoit dead bofora mlnir eullitly cured, ex. tho medicine, and then cept loii ol earl, tall, etc. The hoirli owned by Mr SkDet Kwlnir, o( Uowllng flreen. Ky. He wll! be elad to give you a tettlmonUI, and we can get aevera! mora It yoa want them. JBNKINS-SUULUTDKUQ COH Bowllntr Orecn, Ky. for It. Ask Your Drug-gli- t ShUQars & Tanner.