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Interior journal (Stanford, Ky. : 1912): December 31, 1912 Interior journal (Stanford, Ky. : 1912) 300dpi TIFF G4 page images Shelton M. Saufley Stanford, KY 1912 int1912123101_sn85052023 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Interior journal (Stanford, Ky. : 1912): December 31, 1912 Interior journal (Stanford, Ky. : 1912) Shelton M. Saufley Stanford, KY 1912 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. V x- y , v -- " - , v epw Bwry ' ' 'f 1BG0. Wzk s m l -- $ , , M. -- 4 FOUNDED MD YEAH 0, 103 Ehe Interior Journal STAVFOItD, LINCOLN COUNTY, KENTUCKY.' Paper Will Stop When Your Subscription Expires Watch Your Date and Renew Promptly Lt: T' K.HIUY, DKCKMDKU .11, 101' TUESDAYS AND FRIDAYS. I I SAFE DL0WERS AT WORK W. E. AMON Masons Elect MRS. MARY HILL Birthday Dinner. BURNS TO DEATH IN . At the .regular raeetinfcfof tho V. mere was a birthday dinner givHOME NEAR McKINNEY &. A. MflTSftgeTnchI ntiCr room ln- - Former Lincoln Farmer Dies In Make Unsuccful Efforts at Far-rl- s' Widow of Noted Lawyer Passes en at tho home of Air. Hd,Joiie Inst Away at Her Home Friday. flny iiiRltfc tho foHowii fficors were Groccry and Postoffice Garrard Burled Here I'ridav in honor of Mr. HtepheiMon -- Y Larao Packs 5 chosen to nrcsido ove t councils A very dolightful dinnor wh serveil Mrs. Susie Vinson Meets Horrible by MnlHt Mm. Msrv Peyton Hill, widow of fii Mis. George Klpiilienmm and K. Amiin. fnr nnnv mm h for tho enButngMvenr ; Dr. T. V. ' Stife blowers made two upmicenixi-fu- l Fate, When Her Dress dutches VYYinthtnflll funnnp -- ml liivlilv PMtMtBt PmnintHon WnirTTrotrif' attempts to get money 011 lst tin noted lawyer and orator, Col. T. of Crab Orchard. Mr. Hubert OniUm i.iliroti ;fnitert'B? It. Coleman, Senior War- - pf Lincoln county, died Ml hin TiicsmIav night, rhrMmatt Kvo. The P. Hill, died nt hor abutments at Mrs. Rebecca Newlnnd, Mr. and Mm Fire at Open Grate; D,A, Tim new ParcelsErojt 'iai dm, T. K. Tudor, Junior Wanton j li.ima near Cnrap Dick HobitmoH, lrtv or parties entered the post the Coffev Ilotol Friday night at 8 J. II. Bustle, Mr, and Mrs. John ? OmKJl Mi. packages yam Jtobinson, Treasurer; J. W. Ire- - Gnrrnrd county, Thursday aftor-la- office building from the icsr about o'clock aftor a two weeks' iIlnos of Sfcpheniun. luch anyonomny-fieh- d Mn Su.ie Virwoti, aged !U jcbts, In am trouble. 11 oVIoak and were Secretary; H. S. Fisher, Tiler, noon. makto 11 pound in weight vith. h wife of Wm. Vinson, a prominent uj de- - ing preparati.His to blow t tic Mr. Hill uh horn at Peyton's About threo mouths hud the Usetl Abusive Lanauaaa sufo. farmer 111 the idzo of six feet in combined length Well, Lincoln county 7f yenrs ago Lancaster Deputy Sheriff W. S. Kmbrv went this county. Green river Section of ,'cencd mtstnined n stroke of ii-h- - Mumliall St.mo, of this oftiee. south at MeKin-nc.- t girth, bow into effect tomornnd to he in the rwr of the I. .1. and her entiic Iifo had been tp-in to Highland last week ami served Slephen A. Walker has nueeptcd lylH from which he net or seemed on the Ciiicinnnti Stnjiem row, Wednesday, January 1st, 1013. n iwwillnn with dm rfnrv Arm nf hIjIo to rally and lie stiwdllv do. building and saw mnu come out of this community. When u tery 11 wnrrnni 01 urrest on Moyu .tior- wns burned to death at her ' .. r. i nnd ih cXteted t.i work n revolu- mm run ami u-unarm, oi lcxiiiriou clilied In liwlth. Air, Aiihmw wnm k he alley ItHck of thp piwitoffice snd toiing woman hIi0 uaited with the giui, charged with using alntaive home Sntvrdttv moniittfcT Sho had native of lllinoi, having been there wtioak Hcriws the hrjilen ,y the Hiistoniille Christian church and nud insulting toward Mrs. been indisposed and wns sitting Mr. nml Mrs. J. W. Hhnnre an- 70 years ngn. tion in tlie transmission of pnoknges in Imd alwns been a consintent Some 30 roBrs Hince firehoiiM-- . Hin Ararv Liiwson of the inghlniid sec- n rocking 4iiiiciomt ohnir m front of'an open Postmaster J - Florence hns re- nounce tho rncuireliicnt of their ho nnmo to Linooln county and puraniuswl and Stono with hi tion. Morgan gave bond in tho sum fireplace, when Hob-e- rt her husband loft her ceived the parcel post stumps for daughter, Norma Krle, and Mr. now owned by Wm. relutite, Clem Bower, gnre idiafia Her mother died when sho wn a I of $ 100 fin: his nppenrnncc here on Duiihip ninntou, of Athol, Ivy. chased the farm for u time to haul wipe wood. West uo hero ahd will bcirln to handle Tho wedding will lo a wciety event by on the Gilbert's Creek road and and tho 111man fiiwllv eluded them, BiiTf child, snd beiiiT the Mwt of next Thursday and will stnnd tnnl When short he tho house a heboid the buildingH and Her fatliors household his striut attention to buHincwn dodging tho caros before County Judgo Bnilev. His half hour such mail matter. Only Htwoyii par-- ! in Urn curly New Year. or s(l later a horribio nnd courteous treatment of nil he (llsHpxnniig in the dark wlucli fell upon the wife and moth father John I). Morgan, went on his nost stamps may bo used on fight met his gaze. His wifo lay Father O'Uwver of Richmond was amassed u neat cstutc and made Postmaster Flnrenee snjs thiitjer ilcrolvcd upon her. And well bond. thfl floor, with hftr. .Moth Ulioil th'm olasH of mail. All parcels must here and held Catholiu scrvicw at many friends. Four years ago he the would he hiirglar secure! nothing and luithfully did hbe perforin those burned off her .and her body baked bear return onrd of sender. Tho fol- Hip home of Mr. and Mrs. N. Miller. dittpoxed of his land in this county but ho wus in the neighborhood of ipilioa minirttenng McGuffey Trial Postnoned to her futher's to 11 crisp brown. Lifo waicxtinct. lowing rates of postage, havo been Miri Kuthleen Waller entertained nnd bought property nt Camp tho money and would 111 all proba-lulit- v Iioiikc until bin death. The trial of Grover MGuffev, With a cry of ngonv, Mr. Vinson for zones within the dl- - at a well appointed 0 o'clock dinner established In 11101 the deceiiitcil became the which was set for Friday, wns postwliern his unn, Dr. J. A. Amon have tried dviinmitc on the tnnuo given from any point at her home in Hill Court. Christina ronides, nnd conducted his farming siifc hud not Stoim frightened him wife ot Col. Hill, who died u few poned by County Judgo Bailey until caught hi wife in his anna, honing to 11 Kaali Ad-- 1 decoration were very much 111 evi- eiilerpris-e- s spnrk of life remaining, IJieru with nucceNS until awav'. tears ago. after which !n wifo took nest Thuradny on the noconnt of tho but find spirit lb ditional lb. dence. the had fled. Tbe frantic his health gave way. The amc night nu unMiccwnfiil up hei at tho Coffey illness of Hop. P. M. Meltoborts, 3o 6c Within 80 mile . Deornsed is survived liv his tifc (fforl was miide to blow the Mile of lloii-- c, where sit,, had siuco resided. one of the attorneys for the defense husband was then qompollcd to fight Kditor Qreen Clay Wlkor has ! Within 160 mile . . :flo Mr. Hill i limited by two bro- McGutfey is in jail on the ohnrgo the fire which wns threatening to severed his connection with tho Cen- and two children, Dr. J. A. Amon, of George II. Karri, the well known Go Within 300 milw . ..7o tral Record. With this weeks issue Camp Dick Kobinsou, and Mr. Mob- - grocer on corner of Mnin mid Som-e- thers MitMterou I'evtou, 11 leading of shooting and killing Oiia brother consume his little home. Co Tho blnzo hnd spread over the Within 00 milw . . .80 streets. The entrance wns ef- lawyer of Muk.)ee. Okhi... nnd in law, Holly Shouse, near their Attornov Joo K. Hobinson becomes env or Jvansas iitv, .Mo. llo was "e Within 1,000 milw . Oo a long and consistent member of the fected by breaking 11 lock on the Speed Pet ton, a fnriner of this home on the Stanford nnd Danville carpet to tho bed nearby, which was eilitor and proprietor and 11. L. 0o 10a Within 1.400 miles door. The thieves seemed coiiutt, and two sisters Mrs. Green- pik last Sunday week. A largo num- - in flames. After n hard fight ho of tho Garrard Dank mid Trust Baptist church and tin exemplary 10 citiren . to w Hilt nothing hut money ns goods horn Adams of McKinney, Texas, ("bcr of witnesses enme in for tho trinl ninnaged to subduo them and saved lie within Tr?0" wiles CV., will lw iimnnior. Plilli. !. etc. . . . . 12o Flat Tho remains were brought here of considerable value wore within and Mis. J. ('. Jenkins of Concord, rndav, but immediately returned the house. It is believed that Mrst Club The young Mens' Cotillion Vinson must hnvo suffeicd a faintA dispatch from Washington has will give n ilnnco Wforc the clo'e of Saturday afternoon .and after a unsv leach but tiiitoiiehc-d- . Tenn., whi Iih1 the coiiMilation of home. ing spell while sitting nenr the fire, I short service nt the grove in Bufhe would bo dynamiters bored a arming 111 time to ee her histcr bo- the following to say on tho work- the holidn, nnd in this wny her dres become ing of the new law : Dan Hester Very III Mrs. John Ilallurd gave tt well falo cemetery by his innt.)r, wcro hole ill the wile just above the lock j fore the fpnit took itb flight hut did not put in shpt. evidently Washington, IVr Daniel Hester, of King's Mountain ignited. The firo may have brought The laid to rest. dinner on Friday. Alter -- ert ices nt the Lotfcv arranwd her returned conscienccness, and being frightened off tho fob by IIoiims Sunday atfcrnooii at tho regulations governing tho par- menu was served 111 oourw. 2 o'- who has been in very poor health BOTH FOR BECKHAM some iHiwer by. As thev touched clock system promulgated by bv her pastor. Hot. I). M. for several months, was taken to ft sho rolled awnv from the fireplace Appropriate cels pout cxoreio for tho nothing Her but safe Mr. Far- - Walker, the remain of Mix. llill specialist 111 Lexington last week for into the center of the room. the liitelicoek. ilfMlieniion ni t lie iihiioihiuio new Oenornl Fontmaster . . : . .. In Garrard Declare ris. 1, i miniums 10 very ..... tile wn(. consigned to the tomb in Buf- treatment. One of his feet hns giv- wedding ring, o gold circlet, wns t grsilcd M'huol bmlduiK jut erected Candidates iniio perishable BrtieloR may be damage to his xafe being flight. Themselves in Bin Race. en him n great deal of trouble and found on the lienrth in front of tho falo Spring., cemetery. ttero held at I'miit Lick on SaturthrHiglt the mails only under This ih the third nttempt to rob pain nnd local physicans hnve been fire, some distance awnv from the day. A most mterostinif program restrictions as to thoir conLancaster, Kv Dec. 30. Ono v)f Mr. Fnrns in 18 months and the unnblo to dingnoo the case. TIio body. ii for both morning und afternoon Preachetsville tainers and tho distance they huvo Mrs. Vinson was long a faithful the most interesting races to be run imnrchhion prevails that local talent Lexington socialist, is it umle'r-stoo- d On Christmas night, Ralph BalviiiM itiiniitfvd 111 winch u numhave to bo sent. believes that a dead bone in member of thu McKinney Buptisl ber of leading educators of ktnte in the primary next August will be is responsible for the work, ns every- lard, the son of Mr. und that for representntiv utt?r, lard. fish, fresh meat, wide reputation ucrc present. from Gar- thing points to novicw in the busi- Mrs. .1. P. Ballard, wus shot 111 the tho member U tho cause of the trou- church nnd wns beloved by all who fruits, wero dressed fowl, vegetables, Jndee und Mrs. L. L. Walker hut's rard, which place was well filled by ness. About two venrs ago the leg bv Henry Kidd, who was intoxi- ble, but refused to perform nn op- gnew her. Funeral services Sunday-morninLorries and similar articlw likely returned from 11 week's stay in New John M. Fnrru at tho Inst session. postoffice wns blown open nnd scv. cated and seemingly trying to de- eration on nccount of Mr. Hester's conducted nt the home on nt 11 o'clock, by Mr. J.' C. quickly to deony may b0 sont for Orlenns. Miw Sallie CJok Gregory Mr. Fnrrn has announced ns a can crnl hundred dollurs in stnmns and monstrate that ho could paint things general debility, he also being n Tho bereaved husband and J. M. cash was secured. This however, was red. Young Ballard, it Is aid, was sufferer from diabetes, and grave McClary. securely of Wincheiiter, is hero visiting her didate for when short distanew be rt taking turn nbout with Kidd in fir- fears entertained for his recovery. hn3 the sympathy nnd condolence of pssked. Eggs will Iks accepted for parents, .Mr. and Mrs. J. l'nrkcr Mount will be his onnonent. The belieted to job tho work if an mnny warm friends in snehrnn hour as the wns skillfully done. ing a pistol and had furnished the latter is the original Woodrow Willocal delivery when packed properly Grecorv. of trial. Besides Ifirn, she is surMiss Phillips Entertains cartridges himself. After firing his Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Gullcy, who son man in this part of the stato ns in n container nnd for any distanco bought In Memory of C. G. Caldwell. Miss Anna Phillips delightfully vived by four sisters. There nTe no half of tho shells he Jianded tho pisthe property known ns the well as an originnl Beckham man. when enoh og is in ft perfectly Mr. Commadoro G. Caldwell wns tol to Kidd, who fired two shots, entertained at her homo Friday ev- children. Lunonstcr hospital of D .F. Smith Mr. Farm, howetcr, hits also demanner. unnunlified for born near Wayncsbunr. Lincoln the second taking effect as stated ening, Dec. 20th in honor of her moved to their new abode ttio past clared himself MRS. MARY CARTER No restriction is placed on tho neck Dr. Smith and family liuve Beckham for senator, so that both county, June 17, 1847 died Dec. 24, above. The lad was hurried to his niece, Miss Leetn Mae Phillips. At candidates will work for his nomi- 1912 ago 05 vcurs, 5 months, 24 homo ono mile east, just over the the appointed hour tho guests asmailing of salted, dried or smoked gone to Wlutwburg. tnir.s-portc- d Wife of Well Known Farmer days. On Dec. 27. 1870 he. was linn 111 Garrard, ni en t, but trenh met will 6 Contractor, J. J. Kaymonit, who nation ji physician wns sembled at tho Phillips homo and In fact, it's going to be mightyJ married to Martha A. Onstott. whom called to attend his injuries. to Rheumatism received nml entertained by only within the first oo. Ex- wore has been in Lnuoabtor for some Fragile artlolw. inoludinf millin- w eks supervising the erection or Iinrd for any candidntc for county God took away from him only four amination showed that tho ball, 38 Miss Anna Phillips assisted by Win in Garrard next venr days before he departed his life. He in caliber, had passed through the Misses Lecta Mae Phillips, Mrs. Mary Patterson Carter, aged Jcnnio ery, toyn, nuihieal instniraenti nnd the lumdboiuo new graded school office to who is not for Beckham for senator united with the Bnptist church about fleshy part of his t!n"h bone on the Newlnnd nnd Kntherine Anderson. 08, wife of George W. Carter, tho in while or in part bmldine; was united 111 marriage lo urtiole8 of ulaw for the good democratic voters of 40 years ngo, nml always lived an n In the dining room delightful refarmer financier, must bo carofully packed and mark- Minn Stella McMillor, of Columbus, this section are demanding that the honest upright Christian life. Serv- edge, and then passing upward and freshments were served. Those pres- died nt her home on and Stanford tho out, hnd lodged in Ins trousers lin0. Tho wedding occurred in Cincin- party right ed "froRilc," tho wrong which wns ed ns deacon of the church about 30 ing. Sundny evening it was report- ent were Miss Leetn Mao Phillips, and Hustonville piko nt 10 o'clock . Article that nwty not bo sent by nati. Speed ltninw and Miss Dlanch done him when the notnineo fivo years, always attended church meet- ed that lad was worse, and compl- Mr. Opnie Brown, Miss Isnbello Rey- Monday night after a long illness of) iutoxicatiiiK Stone, years ago when the Iiouor interests ings nnd Sunday school nnd wns ications arc feared. parcels pfwt innlude nolds, Hnrry Carter, Miss Elizabeth rheumntism and other troubles. Mrs, and Harrison Dean nml Miss liquors of nil kinds poison, poison- Ilnttio Duncan, of this place, were "prevniled" upon four democrats to teacher in the Sunday school and Considering tho number of youths Hunn, Mr. Ewnlt Givens, Macs Snliio Carter had for a number of years M. ous animals, iiuseots or reptilw, united in mnrriaeo in Nicholnsville, deort him in his honor of need. nbout 30 years. Ho is survived by who were shooting their fireworks MissCraig, Mr. Tliomas Coleman,- been a sufferer from tho malady Beckham is certain to carry Gar- six children, three bo'x and three nnd thoso who were looking on, it Jessie Leo Phillips, Mr. Har- which eventually cansed her deapt of any kind, inflammable the Itov. Coakly Uaptist minister r, rard bv an overwhelming majority girls, tiz: Wyckliff, Tally B. nnd is no small wonder that moro were tey Wilkinson, .Miss Lucille and frequently had gone to differn'rtialw, inelHiliiB matchw, infonml Mr. Sam Embrv, Mi? Mnry ent resorts with th0 hope of regain over any and all candidates who Egbert Caldwell, and Mrs. Ida Me- - not hurt by tho random shooting of revolvers, maohinw, Most appropriate memorial servi- may iwtU or Mulhn, Mrs. Effio Sims nnd Miss tho revolver in tho hnuds of Kidd S. Cook, Mr. Spalding Hill. Miss ing her hqalth. Her visits, to Mar tipposo him. disease Hcrm, any obcone, defam- ces were held at the Cliristian Alva Holtzclaw, Mr. Ray Powell, tinsville and Hot Springs eate her. Ehther Caldwell. Ho told his chil- and the Ballard boy. church by tho C. W. It. M. to CiMrriltHM matter not proatory of dren on his dying bed thnt ho was , Read This Miss Delia May Lawrenco was n Miss Anmo Dnvis McRoborts, Mr. only temporary relief, however. pro tho univcrs.nl sorrow this auxhibited by law, live or doad animals Tho Texas Wonder kidney cure not afraid to die, that ho had made guest of Mi&os Currio nnd Grace Tom Phillips, Miss Anna G. Wood. she had realized for somo tmwrtbsc or birds' or llvo poultry, raw hides iliary feel that tho sudden death of and bladder troublos, remove gravel, ready years ngo to meet that dnrk Anderson. Mr. Elmer Anderson Miss Florence she must go. or pelts or anything having a bad tho late Mrs. Sarah K. Yancey. cures diabetes, and nil irregularities hour and that their mother wns just Little Mis Victoria Anderson Carte'" Mr. James Cooper, Jliss Having been a constants Tho following havo boon appointof tho kidney nud hladdor 111 both waiting for him on tho othor sido. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. L. An- Josephine Carpenter. Mr. Joo Hill. the Christian church odor. ed county suportinors: Messrs. J. men and tvomqn. Tho now system will bo offoctlto 1'. If not sold by your His hfo wns such that anyone should derson, gave a candy pulling to her Jliss Boss Holtzclaw, Mr. Jnmes. hood tho deceosetlMvas Itourno. Thomas Slavin, Fraiui druggist, will bo sent by mail on Tribble, Miss Gertrud- - Wilkinson, meet her God nnd the HDpr try to live. Ho will bo missed by little friends. throughout Uhs entire postal acrvieo H. Mniksbury, C. Ml. Motiley and J. of $1. One small bottle is two his friends nnd neighbors, for thev Mh6 Cnirio Nnylor went to Shel Mr. Bryan Perkins, Miss Katherino death held no fears for hor? nt the same time, and will affect ov- Hofiun Dnllard. Mir. WoIev Holtzclaw. . Many years ago sho been fails knew him Cliristian ccntlemnn. by City to visit her friends Misses Andorson. er post office, city, rural nnd l)r William Owsloy Goodloe, for- months' treatment nnd seldom Ken- devoted to as a church hw Ellon Scott, Sam Fisher, Mis6 wifo of Mr. Geo. XV. CVitWI to perfect a cure. Send for tho of his choice. Lena and Jahn Brown. ., .. . .; railway uwil trmuiHrtatwti roHtc in mer rmudent of I.anat.ter, died at tucky Emily Murphy, Mr. Prescott Brown wim tno lour ciniurenfr--'testimonials. Dr. K. W. Ilnll Kind gentle, charitable, bonovolont. bona Missos Kntio Molvin and Ruby the country. the homo of In daiiKhter, Mi. 'J02U Olive street, St. Louis. Sold Ho novor forgot n friond nor chor- - Pnrrieh gava an elogant social last As tho clock tolled away' tho mid- ar0 bowed with grief at in Seymour, Iml. It will lie by druggists. The regulations provido that par(Adv.) ished malico. A hospitable home Thursdnv evening. A charming time night hour th0 gnosts took their de- away of tho "ood wifo am parture, all feeling it was good to 'ltis vmidron are Messrs. cels of morcMHidise, iiiolutliug farm rii. inhered the decoated w.u was his in which centered all those is loportcd by tho beaux present. baVo been there. (but not 11 r n tno rraauytenaii cnutvit 111 products Slid factory FARM AND STOCK NEWS Arthur Carter both prospoiuH oiidenring affootions, which mado it Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Cross and books and printed matlw), of al- ib. city. Doidefi his wito ho is mere or tim Foiiuty, und Mm Lap Tobos, horso blankots carri- to nun the donrost spot on onrth, family havo returned from n von Mittivod by three dsnghters. Lynn Comincj. East mo uuu juuue vancr, anu tna most every description up to olevon age heaters, storm bhiel'.la etc, at nnd there he will bo missed nnd delightful visit to Mr and Mrs. II. B. InMiss Khzaboth Ford, of Savre East Lvnu, which comes to the tno aged liusbnnd havo tho 8 mourned until time shall reunite McClary at Duiimor. pounds in weight And meaaunui a J. C. McCIary's. 1 s. I bought harness at tho old prico fnthor, mother and children. LIrs. James Curtis, of opera oiwo hero Thursday right, tuy ot mnny Incnds. much as bis feet in length nnd girth stitute tas at liuinu fur the Mr. 2d. wa aLouisvillo last week Mre. George M. Paltoiso.i. before tho advance and will givn inv And vou. oh. vou. who tho wildost Garrard, and Row Joseph' Montgofeerv-- i wero guofets of Mr. and Jan. except thoo calqulatcd combined, and tho Herald said of it: and dnughtor Miss Ilolon were shop- customers tho advantage of price. erty, formerly Mrs. Caitcrs:r vonrn, Mrs. B. T. Lunsford in transit, ping to do injury to tho mails year Tho ctclo of tho in Cincinnati for sevorul days. funeral serviced Miss Kato Payne visited Miss would bo incomplete dramatic may bo mailed nt any poptoffico for . Tho following officer,, wore olect-e- d Stock is complete now. J. C. Me- For tho old thno steps and the glad without "East home tomorrow morning a,.l rcian". return, Rovio Jennings nt Rowland. delivery to any address in tho conn-trnlnnly oOn- - ...l.t.l. il. .'.jVJ Lynn"'. Men may for the cnsuiui; year at the Inst Nice young jack for sale. W. A. Think of hira faring on, ns dear Rev. Robert Jordan nnd wifo vis- may go, but this come and men .uvn, iiuBi mum iuui resiiiu Delivory will bo made to tho meeting of tho U. D. C. president. Hatcher, H. F. D. 1, Moorcland.Ky. In tho lovo of these as tho lovo of dramatized heart no laid to rest in Buffnlotcp ited their son. Walter Jordan nnd throb homos of people livinc on rural nnd Mrs. S. D. Cochran, vico president, i" endowed with eternal bfW here, While here. Rev. Jordan wife. For Sale. Thoroughbred Bronze star routes, us well as thoso living Mrs John M. Mount, seoretnury, turkoys. Mrs. W. F. Dishon, It. P. Think of hira still as tho same, I PTcnched at the Baptist church to n Long after Merlin has ceased to How to Succflil v in cities and towns where there is Mrs, h. C Gaines, recording say, good crowd. Ho is now stationed at pronounce judgment on tho passing 88-- F During the last iew 95-D. No. 1. Phono shows. "East Lynn'" will continue Mrs. M. P. Frisbie. historian delivery oy onrrior. Where there is Woodlawn. Fo Sale. 85 homo raised black He is not dead he is just away UK worthy mission of moving tender luuo w uu lllIVS Oi. UUSlBCIWf Of Mrs, J. L. Itiley, treasurer, Mrs. A FRIEND nt present no delivery by carrier Bert and Howard Holtzclaw, of its hcurted women to tears and strong professional lifo, have QMtyi' J. A. Koyston, chapluin, Mis. Fau-ni- .t faced ewes, duo to bcigin lambing Gilbert's Creek, aro visiting rela- men tho parcels will go to tho postoffico completely mat every ma js MW i A. Wi, Carpenter, to of sympathy. and Mrs. Iicbccca West hono- Jnnunry 20th. Southern Mule Market Good tives at Mr. Vernon. as in the enso with ordinary mail. 100-t- f. The people who liko "East Lvnn" up to the fact thnt in ?," Hustonville, Ky. i.. rary vico presidents for life. J. II. Baughman returned from Mrs. Josso Traylor and littlo Tho postago rato for tho first special JMiBs Mjtry Arnold wns the guest For Snle. A car load of oxtra Atlanta, Gn Thursday last, where daughter, Sara Larue, of Paris, vis- tnrncO out to welcome it. They were success ne mustthing nu -zouo that is, fithin distance not nt n most enjoyable, house not the usual audience that ono sees to do some'ono paity it good timothy hay. Mrs. P. B. Bar-nctt- he had been to dispose of n car lond ited Mr. and Mrs. W. P. White. So it is with any nmicl exceeding fifty miles, will ho five tho homo f Miss MoAlistor in Pittsat the Shubert Masonic for this dra101-F- 4 of mules, which ho bought in Lincoln HiiKtonville. ' MBlVSL matic classic has its own constitu- gold to the people. tlt-nucents for tho first pound nnd three burg Pa. Misses Arnold and nnd adjoining counties nt fair For Sale. Big boned Poland-Chin- a For Sale. A second hand cut- ency a following that dearly loves genuine merit or no f i.T,' cents for enoh additional pound, wcro students nt tho fame hogs; a oboice lot of oxtra prices. Ho disposed of th lot at an ting box and 14 horso power gaso- romance, that, oven in a democratic vertising will maintain tb denMnw , lintw innreneo for each successive music. gilt nnd n few bonr. These average of $220 and immcdiatelt line engine. Also sorao (food teams country, ueiignts to nice ana for the article ono of the eight zanw into which Miss Sarah Ellis, of Lntonin, is hogs nro sired by "Illinois Big Bono" returned for another consignment, of mules or draft mures. W. 0. Wal- baronets, Fur uiU V Jcula wo ii&to nnd titled ladies, and to 103-the country is divided, tho maximum the guest of Miss Mamie ltastin. nud out of an oxtra largo dam. Can which ho shipped Friday. ker. absorb tho atmosphere of "high so- with much, interest thb rewaiJie )fra. Pattio D. Gill left tho past Tho cotton prices nro steadily being twclvo cents a pound, which givo papers on all. ciety." Hugh Roid, advancing and with it mules nro berecord maintainea by lit. a Important to Taxpayers. will carry a parcel across tho con- week to spend the rest of tho win-tSwamp-Roo- t, 100-the greOji Kldfle; coming moro in demand, wbioh in Washington City with hor Stanford, Ky. yo iihavo not ns yet paid your oven to Alaska and the tinent, or If $25.00 In Gold Given Away iicineq-- . Kstray. Buck loft my place at dnughtor. Mrs. E. C. Barnard. moans n bettor prico on the stato and county tax, remember it unu j)iuuuer the 4opi Philippines. R. M. Newlnnd, the Life and Fire very, beginning Rowland nbout 10 days ago. thor- hybrids. Mr, Bnuglmuin looks for a MisM Delia Tinder and Mary For u feo of ten cents, a pnTcol with register steady and profitable market, both thnt under tho present law, I will bo Insurance agent, her'e,ill Ktve-- a to so much confidence ia.ii wore nt homo for the holidays oughbred Hampshire dif may ho insured, nnd if tho parcel is from Grcon.sburtr. whoro thev hold mark in both oars. Libornl rownrd in Atlanta nnd Columbus for the corapolled to advertise nnd soil af- bacco show 'oft .the gad Monday in invited" every ono to cost, before purchasumkiBf ter December 31st. Call and scttlo January uwtftfYfdy, 1013. lost in tho mnilg an indemnity to tho good positions as toachors. Mr. and for return or information thankful- few months. ,' Jt is a p!iysieian't(4to nt onco to savo further costs. W. L, Will Cordior 103-$15 w goldTfor thefbest six hands amount of its value, not to axcood Mrs. George A. Meltoborts. of Cov- ly rocoivod. Thoy have on fileitMBttndk 101-tSocial. Thero will bo a social nt MoCarty, Sheriff. of lnjjs to Aveigh not'iees than four ington, have licon with Lancaster $60 will bo paid to tho sender. letters received from foribHet liW, Friday nitrtit. A Dos Moines mnu had nn nttaok tho Christian chureh pounds. The Jaw provides for tho uso of relatives. J. Herbert Kinnaird of ers who aro now Snjung" Jt1 o& the second best I desire to oxtond mv cordial distinctive pontage stuiiiitf and there Chicago came home to spend the of muROtitnr rhoumatism in Ids shoul- This is given by tho blues and thev .,ltin "- - -- T" ... "".lliir,! tiASt. .. 5S Denitii as a rosult of K m& Christmas holidays with homefolks. der. ' A friend advised him to go to are supposed to help as they wore tliar.ks to those whose patronage I is now boing distributed to postmne-fo- r nowovor if "on, w( Xr Mum Mary Arnold has returned from Hot Springs. That meant an ex dcfonUd. All other societies are in ".- liava toefilvml fliiricit tliA ttnet voMf- I nun loai or reu soasiuereu, ...w ,'..wv , ufio in tho parcok post system a JMSS. it visit of several weeks with hor penso of $160 or more. Ho sought vitod. All are urged to oome. It lias boon my oarnest ondeuvor tolfftTW. 1 g. Danville, Ky., Judge. a sample bottle, addJes" iffset of stamp of twolvo denomina- slstor, Miss Alllo For Sale. Lot of nice oloan, plonso all nnd in tno future tb.fi 'Talk wTUi mo about your firo ,nn,d & Co.. UinguamtpB? , for u quicker nnd choapor way to Arnold near Pitts-burtions. Parcels post maps, with acPennsylvania. Mr. and Mr. cure it and found it in Chamber- hand stripped blue grass seed for samo efforts will be mado to baU liff insurance. R. M. KEWLANU. twn this paper. ,Tny vil companying guides ,nro to bo sold J. T. Dowmau of Lewis oouutv. nnu, lain's Liniment. Three days after sale. W. S. Fi.Ii, Htuntord. luu-- 4 mv customers. Again fonrard yju a, sanojjte bvtti thn kiKall reduced to dis- nnd solioiting a continuance 0 Kaffir" to the public at their coet, seventy-fiv- o Mr. and Mra. J. Iloo Young, QLrfuu first application of thlstliniment .Our stock must Lost. Bunoh of keys, with about es trauo, j am very Curamins cents, through tho chief olerk Mnysville, are wi th Mj. nnd Mrs&Mvgifofrell. .For sale by QrLfPen- - solves partnership. iruiy, mm i 11. 18 kcjfB.ou. ring- - BmttLJKjtJrS: ,.IUgukt sliM. taj 4fc t I 103-of the .postoffice department. 10 ,tf. WWearen. isia ou cents nap.wt turn to this office, Farm. PARCELS POST LAW OPERATIVE WEDNES iAY UwJHhi Imp-pen- nt jit rail-wa- ln-n- ie . Hob-inco- n, Kl-ki- n, Iiii-i- iii ''. 1 1 . pc-inf- tos-xio- ua -- cx-Ic- Suc-ettui- hs well-know- -- 1 M v Dud-dcrn- pt liil-hr.- lioh-day- y. hec-rctar- y, 4. ?!& ,r o, sm uV M .tr nool see-earl- s 2. .JSm- - or 3. so ro iJt tn 3. d. .. ....., g, 1 -- w3r, 4, i -- Bt&t . r ; r .j V L v THE IHTKBIBB Mr. Sttd Mrs. P. L. Hrncc desire The Todies' Aid Society of tha to thank iho ffo.xl toop!fl of Stnnfinl Dnnlint church will meet with Mrs. for Iho nwnv kind expressions of Sholton M Snnflev. Fridov afternymtmtWv which thov hnvc reocncil noon nt 2 o'clock All members nrt during their recent sorrow i njed itf he preen t 15, ' JtUBflAL, 1TAWFW. KEHTUCKT TUESBAY. CCt r- - Jul. ;&H The Interior Journal M. PROTECTION M1JSLTOH 1 8(UIXKT. .Proprietor IN ADVAMOI A TEAR BTniOTLT l( ni clan TM Knlrrtd mtH mattir rtittfftt .1 BUnftri w In cold, unassuming figures here is our guarantee every depositor, regardless of the amount he,, "CF" have in this Bank: Capital $100,000.00 .100,1004)0 . Surplus . Stock Holders' Liability 100,000.00 . C i DEC Beginning .with 'iiii vTS onnoonwn.iiti In thli column r .1 ttnoMdtttt for offlc, (abject to tho elloo of lb Dtaocr.tlo primary. No .nnoanwatnU will 1m md, onltu paid for In draneai For tiirrtttntaUrf. VIKOIL, Political Announcements $300,10000 For Skirif It. 8. llAUUHMAN 11, W. OIVKN8 1 U WEATIIKUFOKD T. J. 1111,1. lor Counfy u4f T. A. HICK u. r. NOKTU BBSBfKM PAKRI8II OKIIUKOK DINK rAKMEU WILLIAM II I1F.HTIB QEOKGK W. A. UARSJON iltMUI.LlN. Lincoln County National Bank Corner Next to Courthouse. Stanford Ky. rmuM Ttr JMir ' Opera House ;J?HTW7?-rff7ff- " J tl ' 't I') I It J "No K. B H. OWF.N8 II. nilONAUOrl P. U. UANDIDQB J. II. IIOONK W.T. OAKNER Ftr 4""'" l L. 1IECK Stanford, Ky. One Night Only Thurs., Jan. 2 -- Tlie East Lynne Amusement Company J. WH. O. I.OM1 x- - GRims All winter ;oods at reduced prices 1:6 make room. HHkJ v We have some real bargains. Sam Robinson Next Door to Lincoln County National Bank. nttciuled n delightful meeting i f the Kentucky Press Association nt Loinswlle this week. Almost half representative ft IiniKlrcd oilitnrn from nil imrts of the stain worn nn Hand. Wliile thn Association tn- hoes politics in its sessions und or- ennizntmn. of course, the newnpiipcr men talked polities between times, We talked t every editor there. Prices, 25c, 35c and 50c. snvo possibly one or two whose. po- "itiou was already kno'RTi, n Seats on sale at Shugars & Tanner the rate for V. S. Senator to ho run next .umist. Of this uowcrfullv tc- prosentntn Hnseinblnue not over CONTEST ENDS TOMORROW lour lnvor Owsley Stanley for Senhoiifto. nnd Mr. Hen Compton tnkim; ator, two pro for MeCrenry, if he his vacant pluee. Tims, on account of certain home Great Interest in Winner of Sam Mr. Hill Jennings will move to ties, with Ilcokham a stroiic second Junction City mid Mr. James Hub-bin- d Robinson's Bia Prize. choice ; nh.nit three arc on the will ocuupy his place. fence" as let. nnd nmy stay there, .Miss June Moser visited Mr. nnd The I'iano ( ontett nt Sam Hobin-son- 's one U for Smith. 1 lock hum next cloes at 4 o'clock Wednesday Mr. James Momt nt l'aint Kick and the rest aie enthusiastic for January J, No volei will be receiv- thin week. Bcekhum. ed after 1 o'clock Wednesday, JanMr. Mrs. Situ Owent nnd Stretchins across the state from uary 1, u.s we lme to cloo tho con- children and Xmns week with. Somspent "eend to cend' a solid cordon of thn test. Now i the time to help our erset relatives. most influential country papers will Miss Annie Flovd, of Iluston.-ilh- , be found fiirhHne with micht and friends for vu will neer linu thtn elinuce astiin. Kemember the bonus vitited Mi-- s Mn bo I MuClure Inst main for nomination of th man who was so ba ' hetraved by four mis- - Tho-- e who pay" their accounts now vveclc. will leeene 10.000 ot ever Mr. and Mrs. William Moser Kif' reiiroentntives of the party five ?1 imid in by Wednesduv atfor o'clock 1 an elaborate b oclock dinner in I'pftPj nttn. ntiit wtm III f...lMnn. " I ZJl, .n. jivuuiun The standing t'f the contestsnt i- ... iiill Mlvni I Alison, ttll itiln, stands for nil that is best Kngan Moer of Iliinultoii, (). and cleanest in polities' and govern-triKi- it as follows; 1 .TJ.920 4348,305 Miss Auiiin Mvers aT ficurt'hnvii Men who never siir,i,-.rtr-J 44 10,92ft is the guest of Mrs ltandolph hiin before are for him enthusiasti-enll- y 2 H07.40.) 45 17,005 this timo nnd tho-,- e who line a 3,87S.J8.r. nlwavs been for him are stronger in 455,805 1780,445 5258.255 their love and fenltv. to 4t!.570 Iti 1U,ilM We talked to all of them nnd the 7 45,155 40003,315 editors snv that in almost every 8 5048,115 jhstrict in tho state Beckham is an !l a,88f),007 14,420 5110,105 ovcrn'hclrninc favorite. One e.litor 5210,000 in the First congressional district 10108.505 53 -- 921.205 told us he did not know u man in his 11 1:1,505 54 48.010 count v iiir'ainst Beckham. It leallv 1.151,015 55252,505 look- - lik, what the politicians call 1418,040 5(5 50,105 a "landslide". As certain as there 15 15,810 5740,70" I Will is n just Ood in heaven. J. C. V. 1078,715 58- - 50.005 Beckhiim will he nominated next 17 OO.UM 51) At 19,405 AuRiist and will join Ollie James nt 18105.000 00 19.00.' W'nshinirton, two returning thee (1- 1- 47.87' YOU WHO AJtE 8UFFER-- ,, Kentucky to the standard nf n 2044,870 OV JNO THK I0,(li ECiEMA. TOIITUKES 21 12.000 in tho mot eliberative WHOSE RMS 1 8 E It A B h K. (53 10,32'i A 11 K 10.125 hodv mi earth which placed the fair 22 KIOHTH lllJSTfi1 WHOSE 8LEEPLf2jSARK old commonwealth in the front rnnk 2301,915 HY MADE Ki.IOj THE TElttttBLE ITCH- 05 I.'.: of the nation's councils. So mote it 2 145,305 &e Old Favorite Should See It. '4EAST LYNNE" Every Mother, Wife and Daughter 'v ,,ttl .! ?5ystemra law ter the new Parcel passed solely for thejf ountry popleand one that will be of inestimable, value and convenience to them. We make the announcement today that we are at your seroicc; a? your command; we are a great business family, all in touch, and that which rslo your interest and good, is also to ours. We are ready to serve you; we want to do it, and we insist that you let us do it. All you have to do is to write us a postal card, or call us over phone, store 191, or residence 163, and we will deliver at your postoffice or your mail box, FREE ! No postage or expense io you anything we have from a suit of clothes to a collar button; anything from ounce to pounds can now be sent to you by mail, and we are ready to fill all orders. Phone or write us what you want and the next mail will bring t to your door, and if it does not suit you, send it hack. Wishing you success for 191 3 and Thanking You for all you have done for us, we await your orders for the coming 1 1 1 thJi.v yarVwe, en- year. 10-5- 1.935 1 ot ECZEifiA CAN BEJDURED! HI munuuei id Alfalfa and Grass UaDaLawIa -- Prove It To You My Expense. The Superior 10-84- ,415 renre-etitntio- Seed Drill This is a strong, well made Drill that will sow the seed "IN" the ground and not on "TOP." Seeds are high and this machine is a money saver. Call in and see it. ' ho. 25 20 "3,445 1(5,105 Baiighman & Co. MANUFACTURE Itobert C. Franklin, who for 1(5 27273,035 earh has been one of the hest Com- - 2845.2(55 iiionuoulth'-- i Attorney in the Unit 20251.570 ed .Stntos, has resijmed to dete 3017,055 himself to his imvnto law practice. Yon will find that dniEjrists every wher? speak well of Chamberlain s Cough They know from Itemedy. loin; experience in the sale of it that ii cases of coushs and colds it can always be depended upon, and (hat it is pleasant nnd safe to take. For s,nlo by G. L. Penny. (111 (I84710 .'.... 1 1 "Z:10'80 (li .)0,..).i j,-.) i ISO. BURNIKO PAINS. LET ME SEND YOU A FItEE TRIAL OK THE TREATMENT WIUCH WHICH n' '. l 1 1 70 iJ-M.- 72.OS0 -.n u- -. i 3.147.005 15,270 13,810 3- 0- 1,200.485 37 10,145 3S 10,025 ;jliliil,; n 40 45,800 41-4- 4,131 42-45- 7351.005 -- . Meal and Shipstuff HMIKSSiS'VfSflHEHHn 34 35 1105,010 78153,330 7!K i",i'"1 I I1EL1E E W ILL CURE YOU. IWILLSEND IT FREE. POSTAOE PAID. WITIIOl'T ANY OBLIGATION ON VOURPART. JLST WRITE ME A LETTER. OR SEND YOUR NAME AND ADDRESS ON A POSTAL CARD. I WILL SEND THE TREATMENT FREE OF COST TO YOU. iiaq ritiirn nrvniii na j.c.H07ZELL.153W.MlnSt..Ft.Wrno.In4 l.i 80 75.005 100,225 W. H. HIGGINS Stanford, Ky. rs In Wheat, Corn,Hay It, Portland Cement Prompt attention money's worths at 81201,14(5 83130.525 84731.305 8250.925 ,875 FURS Get our prices on Furs fPhone 11 HHHHPHHwEbrdCt Kentucky. before you sell. KBsmmmlmlSSSSWSSxWKi rfamfflauaan htprntmBMnt-BttKifl - akeNice H. B. Nqrthcott, DUrtMl? m x'm Ite 9, ,m JM Stanford, Ky. Jeil?l!'l2" innvwl ti Mr, W. F. Fanner. . . THERE IS REAL PAINT and also some stuff mixed with cheapening materials that is not worthy of the name, If yot have nnd experience with the latter kind you don't want another. If you JJrtilW lhll haven't tnke our advice and don't .Afr. John Sneais bus moved to Jic experiment. Bily our rr.nl paints t'ruitt house.f Mr. Jpliit Moer miv- -- j and save yourself disappointment ... .11! . . ' IT. CU IO .HI'S. JCIMIUIU- I1HHH1IIK. .11 M J-- J 1 Moreland Ituynolds, of Canlteynolds and Mr. ada, Mii-s Dan jnser of Gilbert's Creek, and Mi-- s Mnrv Kee Meade, of WiU'iiex-li- i i nr. were the Christmas jjiiiwIh of Mr. mid Jlrs. John Mcer. Mm. Austin Unit nnd Mr. Tom Hest ore union tr thoso on the hick list. Mr. Chnilie lieiil had n Milusblo cow killed bv a train this week. Messrs. Waller Moser nnd Arthur (laddis shipped three wills (o ninr- .Mr. F.hbie Kee -- Sanders' Great cut-pri- ce Safe will continue ten days longer. Hundreds of satisfied customers have attended, so if you come you will be satisfied, also. LL8AM8, Crab Orclmrd, Ky. lived a large pf children's of I'nrksMlu, piuce .Loei-ni(iinir io air. Mr, Don Kow has moved to the House nn Dvruimiie siiccii lplH's Mr Dodd Kout (akmir his vacnit; s ,, joun .,, M riliiulidiniV.lfttid money oa well. i A ALIEN. o J ,lj.JD6aZl.6y 06 UO -- p p . Stanford, Ky. Rubbers We carry a full line ofBall Band and Candees. Don't be persuaded to buy a cheap rubber when for a few cents more you can buy the best. L. etc , nd rvela for the Call at T.D. NEWLAND, Opposite Court House w3Bmffi UNDCHTAKER8 AND ALSO DEAL. ER IN FURNITURE, MAT. TING8. RUGS. THEY WILL EXCHANGE FURNITURE FOR ALL KINDS O" 8TOCK. GIVE THEM A CALL. PRICE better For Your Groceries, Hardware, leensware and Field Seeds, Etc. i B. PERKINS DENTIST Office Over Wiggins' Store . HTANFOHD, KENTUCKY. W. E. PERKINS Crab Orchard, Ky rti jPmMBin rrmifMMrinMaiflri s 2 2-- L .. ' JMWIL.ITtrKCWTKY-TMtMAYiCCCkwlf-IS.-. -- 3 .32fi OPENS estJ 4l . fAotie 223. Jf V AGAIN, JANUARY 2, 1913 Opera House Stanferil, Kentucky ONE NIGHT bacco Market in the State H. C. BRIGHT. ALLEN fbi President. HIEATT. Sec. and Treas. tfrville r Tobacco Warehouse Co. FIRE INSURANCE X. VL NEWLAHD TAMFOfia, KY. Mr. Logan McQnll nnd Mhh Grace--! Dr' tnml Mrs. JL XL Mulltos, of Crnh rclinrd, were hero for u short Hradv Hpcnt Sunday in Hrodhend. Mix8 Artio Smith, of Liberty, ih Mrn.lL 0 time NBturdny. Mr. Lebanon djWUoit, wont Jmn ! MrflJlVcareii IftiRhos was here from tlio Kiieat of Mij. Himaell I'. Hrown LniK-duii- . Min Aniola ItniiiHcv. of Paint MenmliU nevcrnl dnvs diiriifff the Mr. Wnltny1llirfcjH' tlio Kucat in dn Llok, wit tho t'liewt of lior cousin, was herullnKt Mr.fj. II. llarrm wn the mull of Mlsa Elixnboth llrieht last week f relative tutu friend xcvcrol Jils piicntsMr. and Alru Ilnrrm nt Mr. and Mrs, J. C. llailev, of i rof. J. Wflreloffd : Orali Orchnnl were here Sunday the un day mm w ic yunjui ?nuamwUnWI lneaKTi-- wconwav. . ...1 lfV. T f air. Be9io Tnnl.ir nnd diiUKhlor,- Ktiosts of Judge Ilailny. Mlsg Lner ..eftMValtoti. Hicnmonu SHrsh. Mm. A. V. Uiiiui nud little dnuch-ter- , I'nrit, nro viaitiiH? relativwere mud ClHlbon"f Millcn-uurtj- . Snnih, nrp visiting hor sinter. oa and triend nt ('n4'' Orehanl. fcerc for tlio holiday), i J. V. Holdam woro Mrs. II. C. LcCompto at Frankfort Mr. and J. - Jlfew JJnmmli AfilridtfoliaR Ueon Ilnnby, of Covington, Mr Uuiu-nlu Crab Ori'linrd for nevrrnl dnys the rcocflt truest of her aiinfrMrlK the pneit nt frieiidd and felativoa. !pvn( fl'o h.illilnyii with his Jt&mond Unacldrii at IiHiieiwtcr. Mm. Lizzie Hooker. iljwn from C. It. Coleman JIft .and Mr. J. K. (jvfllev few Jays Mitts Ida Lee I'ettug spent Hperal in Nioliolfisvillc larit the inoiintaiiw to mOHd a dav efcrol ilaVB 'm Prflli Orr'liiinl 1imI week the with hiS fairillv here. week. , ! Mr. Rtewnrt Hurtoii or I'ittabur. initMt of MIm Ida Cunmbell. Saiin who wo MS Mlw Welib. Miss Allio KiiskoH FIhIi vinited linn Ph.. wad tin' tiot of Mws Kunev -- Jcrg trimmer Hie vnid nriiMn wck. and frieniU'iu Kiehmoml liixt returned to lior h.ttnp nt SprinKfiell. S'cnircr Kcveral days iliiw Tompkiim. of WhUoii. lias week. Sin. E. J JHUh Youwe ami Mlf neJ)b 3U1U Tonne Vited relatives been the Iitlnictive KUost of .Mrs. I'rof. 0. K. Kemper 8cnt the Tom l'cnre. d frwnda at London last uenlc. hnlidnys at bin hums near (Juorxu-towElinors Osa Fanner and Klhcl 31in Oraeo Hradv wnH the cuet HrackctA wvrc the truest of relntiv-e- n of Jlw. J. II. AlbrUfht at Hrodhend Min IiVenip Kevins nud brother, Wavne-dnin- r and fwinl. nt James, of Ijtncaster, are the cruets for a few dayK. rioveml flay. M'hmv Ann!.. Dunn and Kltie T. of llii'ir rniuliiiotlier, Mr. Mnttic Mr. S. Albert l'hillip. of Lexing- Cnnwnler, if HiiHtuiiville, have beexi Kevins. ton, won liem a short Inst week to the recent Kiict of .Mrs. lJnn iniy-lo- r. Mr. Ilobort Coffey, of Lawrence-bmee friends for a Hhort time. He ii at home spondiiiK several Mr. lliwina Wood, of (Wimiati, ilax with his mother, who lms been wis on bin wav to London to ciiond holiday with relative. Klie Mix. niek for several dnvn. was tho Kiiottt of bin i IIIWomlti nccml day during Adelia Mrs. T. W. .lone haa returned dnvs home after siieridimr sevenil the hnlidiivx. Ir. and Mr. If. C. Wray and with relatives and friends at DANGER FROM GRIPPE I'liililrcn. of IiHiiville. MiK'iit severtil iIhvh liere durinir Xiihih with rela-li- f M!w Slulla Huplev I'uuip borne hiiiI friend. from Morganton.'K. C, t.) spend the Xlei In That Cough and Weak, one lioliilavh with her parents Mr. and Miw Josephine ('nniPiiler Worn-ou- t Condition. of the lioui imrlv ivii bv Mi Mrs. II. C. Hupley. plcnrlay, pneumonia, thete 3rlpp, Mry Morriioii Miilbeuv ut her greatly to be feared at this Urns ..tilitlV Ii.iit i.r.il .diiVWm lniil? SHORT LUCAL NEWS Of the PirLul Mi i j ,j ' j.- SotlM. fif Hajrf lnt "-"- SURETT BONDS WinterTouristTickets NOW ON SALE TO ALL WINTER RESORTS $ck Thursday, January 2nd The East Lvnne Amusement Company Present mins & Wenrcn cheaper now than you ever bought them anywhere. When yon have, a bilious attack Five Chamberlain's Tablets a trial. They arc excellent. For sale by Q. L. Penny. You want the best policy when vou Insure. Sec FISh & Bromley, r find" iou can buy poods from Cum- SPECIAL. ROUND.TRiP FAHtS TO if Florida. Cuba, New Orleans, Panama tsiSlkssssiaMsssssaBaaaasi The Great Play of a Woman's Wrongs Long Return Limit. Fall Step-Ov- er Piyiiees. & Crescent J m rkhmI-inothe- r, Three through daily trains to Florida, via Queen tricaily lighted equipment,, including Pullman Sleeping Cars, .Dining Cars, and Day Coaches. lnt I "EAST Drawing-Roo- Stanford. Ky. prices. Insure everythinq. lat LYME" Produced hv a New York Company Cummins & Wearen are dissolving partnership and arc slaughtering LOOK HERE!! We will sell Edison war cylinder records as long as our supply lasts For details call(on any Ticket Agent, Queen & Crescent Route, or apply to H.C.KINQ, Passenger & Ticket Agent, 101 B. Alain St., Lexington, Ky. In' Prices 25c, 35c and 50c Scats on sale at Shugars & Tanners The I. J. will appear as usual on Friday. Much good matter had to b- - held over till then. For Hen For VU3. Store room Stanford, Kv. Apply on Main t L. It. Hughes. Our entire stock goes at cost, Cummins & Wenrcn. For Sale or Ilent. My house, jnasca!ou giveu the first of the year or at once apply to Miss R. V. Logan. Main Street, Hustonville 1003 10.-I-- at tho following list prices: Standard Amberol 90-- 8 (two-minutffour-minut- x. .21o each 31c each E. C. Garman & Son Logan Ave, Stanford Ky. .. . Itcport of the Condition of The McKinney Deposit Bank. Doing business nt the town of McKinney, county of Lincoln, Stuto of Kentucky nt the close of business on the 20th day of November, 1U12. Recources: Loans and .m fear. preterit urlppe from being followed tiy either pleurliy or pneumonia. It U Important to drlre the laat traces of It out of Um system quickly. Our. advice la to take Vlnol, our To- the tlon without oil, and Ret your strength and vitality back quickly. Mr. A. A. arablll. of Strasbunr. "Va. says: "Orlppe left me weak, run down and wltli a net ere cough, from whleli I suffered four years, t tried different remedies, but nothing seemed to do me any good until I took Vlnol, from which I recelTcd great benefit. My rough Is almost entirely gone, and 1 am .strong and welt again, and I am glad to recommend Vlnol to others who suffer as I did." Try Vlnol with the certainty that if It does not benefit you wo will 6lve back your money. Penny's Drug Store, Stanford, Ky. Holder of Hie number "41(1 is enltrninlfv nnd little titled to the dinner sci nt the Varp ilHiiuhlor, (lertnnh'. nri viditine her iety St.ne. T. W. Humble. llKMp. at Hiimih Victn, Va.Thev imrtxiN Iwt. A puir of long white kid will be eone about two wks. I'leaso of the Mp. II. .). Mi'KobertH and daush-te- r, simp the Inishtnwlmr dance. Kussell to lie Mr. Annie Davin were the li'tiirn Mia 10:1-IJrown. ! and friondi at 1. The I. J. will prepay bv mad all of nlati L'li Soiaon-et- , Mr lVtrr Slraiib, of job priiitimr -- cut it bv friends out mid diitiehler. .Mnn,ic. of LcxitMctou. of town. Send us your work. Our -- IM'iit Xiimw here with Iiih niotlicr, price, and style are right. Mr.. Mhrv Ktraub. hcrvii'i's at the ( William, of Somerset, who terian k church, WediifUidiiv Presby-1, Jan. bolilinir down it liicnitiv is daparttneiit at at 7 o'clock. Subject: "New Year's in the liiMirmii'f a here Thurmlav for Mottoes Welcome." FVankfort, There will be an opon inwion of Up whk in his way to i blunt tune. the S. II. S. ilebatinir club in the Muldlofboro on Iiiimhw... L'l'iided ocbool aiiilitonuin on upxt I .iinrHftpr Weilnpi-d- a v. aftornoon nt two o'oloek. The Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Wrieht and subject is. "Kevolution hns boon n h. have bveii liviutr in Hriidk-havrImbv Hrcnter Ilenefit than Mankind thnu Mi., for several venrs here Tuesdnv and will mnke Iiivcntiou,' Kveryhodv cordially to nttcud. their future home here K 1. Mid-nectM-io-iticn. nr-nv- ed Iio1ii!h-ji- . 519 secured. Stocks, bonds and other ... securities "81 STiTt'or Ohio Citt or Tou.00. t Due from banks 0.940 f" Lucu coisrri. Fxase J. CllCKET makrfl dftth ttut h? b arnkv Cash on hand 1,045 urtnrr ol tb Arm ofo(I. J. cheiey A Co. doloe Hank house, fur. & fix ...4,355 buslAm In th Qtjr TokOo. Cuunljr fttul HUtf MM nrra sill par lb lum ol aforfukl. and that exs nc::D.".uir sollahs :j mi. i&x .ti Other assets not incbulcd caae of Catakku that caatiot ba rurrl bx Uto vm ot iinilrr anv of above ItaLLt wATAKRH (.X'RE. lieacU 780 FIISK J. CIIRSKV. brforo me ana vutMrribM Sworn thla lib 1 Overdrafts, secured nnd discounts... $41,084 39 un- 04 SG 13 81 00 29 12 and put jour savings in the bail J' you try a little less for this luxury, a few cents less for d you have the beginning of a fortune, if put what, you save In the bank. AH the time it is accuniuetng you are getting nearer to independence andto the goal oYtbat ambitionfor all things are easy when y6u have' money. lt-an- jjl f- Y - HHbh,V - ay.- -- dr 1 to ot IXcrmbrr, A. 1.. HsflBSBHSU'TiNBHrtfK&SUriBIQevESKGH LLLLLIaHaLLJktfBfsifcSiisinBflLHevi2tt)RH Surplus fund 3.000 00 Depo-isubject to check 30,037 I have decided to clie out my Notes and bills rcdis- tilk of groceries etc., and "ive my 2,500 00 coiintcil attention to harilwaic, btoves; buggies, farming- implements ct.. and TOTAL 12! kindly iibk mv friends to cpme in State of Kentucky county of get the beuctit of this closing and Set. out sole. Iliiiiiking you lor your e K. J. Tanner and O. M. Metliberal patronage and asking a con- calfe, president and cashier of the tinuance of the same in my line, 1 aliou- - named ' bank, do holemnlv . 11. lliggins. remain vuir, wear that t lie above, statement is Owina to the death of Mr. K. L. true to the bet of our knowledge Tanner, all accounts due the firm f nud belief. K. J. TAXN'EH. Pros. Shuaars & Tanner must t" paid at flll.VXT M. MKTCALP Cnh'r nnce nnd all accounts not paid bv Subscribed and sworn lo before rcuTtiarv isi. iyu wu nave in ue me this 2flth day of Xov. 1912. Mv nut in an attorney' hands for col- commission expires at lilt: end of lection. Shuqars & Tanner. iu;t-'- j of the Kentucky the net scs-io- n Hex. Halloii perfonneil a -- ciinte. Geo. W. Craig, Xoturv Pubh iicuiiie inamage ceremony at ins lic. home on the Danville ike Xnuis W. Cocking. Crroi-- t Attest -.!. duv. The contracting jiaities were K. M Ware. Frank Griiler. Dir'tors. C. McCormauk and Mbs Annie M Hi hards and Krnest White and Miss Maggie Davis. SHE t . II. Whittnkt-- aged iM and Mis SAID crna II. Sims, both of the Waviies-bur- g FAINT section, nnd Kdwurd Koland 21 WOULD mill Miss Avh I.cjicIi. 10, alo of Wavnesbutv. secured license here last Tuesday morning and rrnalred Mrs. Delia Long Unable to Stand to tho St. Asorih Hold where thov On Her Feet More Than a Few were united in the holv bonds of ceremony 111 a double nuitrimouv Minutes at a Time. said bv the liov. .). II. .I'ups, of the Ilnptist church. A number of friends rendorgrass, da. Mrs. Delia Long, and relatives witucricil the lumpy ot this "place, la a recent letter, says: exent. flvo or six years, I suffered agonFor Sale or Rent. On January 1, "For ies with womanly troubles. 201.1 my house on Main street. II Often. I couldn't sit up more than a few minutes at a time, and It I stood (', llmighmnn. f. my feet long, 1 would faint. We wish to mil your attention to onI took Cardul, and It helped me Imtho fact that most infeutious diseasmediately. Now, I can do my work all es Mich as whooping Cough, diphtho time, nnd don't suffer Ilka 1 did. theria and scarlet fever aio conTka Cardul when you feel 111 In any tracted when the child has a cold. wayWeak, tired, miserable, or under strength-buildinwill the weather. Cardul Is owomen. ChnmberlainV Cough Itemedv tonic mcdlclno for quickly cure 11 cold and gientlv lesIt has Uan found to relicts pita and son the dunger of contracting those djstreis caused by womanly troubles, disease. This remedy is fninoiw and Is an excellent medlcluo to havo on for its cures of colds. It contains hand-a- t all times. Cardul acts on tho womanly constino opium Air other narcotic nnd may tution, building up womanly strength, bo piven to n ohild with implicit contoning up the erres, and regulating fidence. Sold bv 0. L. Penny the womanly organs. Its half century of success Is due to N Liu-coi- n: Jo.-cp:r OS-tg notaet rcsut .IiL f llan'a Catarrh Cure 1 taken tnttmallr aiul arts dlreetlr upon the blood and mucoua aurfacra ot the rntem. Send for teatlmonUla. free. V. J. rilKNKV CO.. TOKdo. o Sold br all nrunuta, 75c. fake UtU a Faraiir tsiu inr enoetlpatloo. 1 a. !.oi.asov. w. in mjr iirnmrr, You can cut down vour exoentes. if 'U m TOTAL !K)0,537 Liabilities: Capital stock paid in, in cn-- yn h $15,000 00 Start today. Open a bank account with what you have. Even a dollar will do. 8 STATE BANK & TRUSTO., Capital$50,000, w. Surplus $500 - Stanford,, V- G. L. PENNY, V. Pres. H. B. SALIN. Cashier. l. Mccarty, Pre$. J. S. RICE, J. 0. EAD B. P. BROWN. A,- - OE First National Bank STANFORD, KY. 3FT7MS Capital $50,000; Surplus Ai Have you comraekfd that bank accointi unH wrnmieArt .vaaf. oc juuhviunvh imtireaalt-ljvuaaaau JUHIViir IS TIME YET. COMMEt H: C. BAUGHM J. S. H0C&R. Pres. W. W. SAUHDQW S. T. HARRIS, Vice Pres.. J. R, HARRIS. Booklmntr. At Co: OEG1NNING . ohoes, J. C. McClary k-- HBslHesSHuilMBSeBBjHH.uu8SttHuUfv3B)eaBsa SDjMBBnBeBnTVuu&RBJleJSVKpBeMHBWvev VeeF'BM0rMX39jBiH!B3r4iteV3S99vONlw '''l wi9rsV9eeHe?BBJpEsHlfl'n;r gibVa 9Mb1bbbs .BeeH Will win Ipv need Ask your druggist about (jaraui. ue win recommenu it- yew N. n.-l- Trfl ni.rit Tr ha. HnnA UT pond tn thnusands.' ha lllst What It nil ttc, at al seasons newet" resei'ved. We'i mean business. j portunity money. Stui yoU-wtilj- U 1912, we wiUOft stock of Dry TJ Moni Xj Lif con McJkSm InirnHmm, Vou.o. to I a- 1 li fiutiunonua, Ten.,lor bpen-t- l Hone Treawaul bt note u turn iW, n UVAaviorytepl..Chav r. lue Goods . mt Fall and Winter Sultlnaj. wm tliv wara.! IS wtv- - V4-- i n a Is prie j-- r a him Wk-i- - rlV fmi-I- Mr dcw f fall and Wml'l aamtla ar IHir vi ifettib I i.- -.n no II M UNDERTAKER AND EMBALMS STANFORD KENTUCKY. Home-Phon3S (JfflcB Phorw IS7, ran frrawv atail' m MaMir u wi. ,oi. (i s- -f it atij M auai-i- aji an ami anyane J , l.HL.a maat 10 or ur Hiur- - u pru 10 04 W'M nr mora. IU e ami. ill 'Ihec eooipria Mvrt.nr, ri PtivT4 s t ua 1tg r ..H BuHaroafl Hr If'-- ' ' j'jtBMSC ,1 rTKHHSwwrQESPnr" , CHHHHBHHk Bran! Wfl ' ' Li 'v; :' v .JsfflK .: '1& V A'; nrraa t BCUMMINS & WEARS II . irn p Continue Their 'ajar Gigantic SB: I . nHH4r'f MHf 'gk B ,h - KH. HBTBBWWaBWwW" ' mBtoVm 1 .f wlf kLB JL eat .a. UissomtiOTfc&aie: TTV ' . 4 Si Bmb rwwKff hb flr business has beeimrtlfiffee. ndns.. The backward "Ic'Y Among this - 'VBHHBmK? nKJBffwl Otter r -' ! ujjas been a wonderful success. 1 he volume of Wi suite have been far beyond our fondest expec- - II has prevented hundreds of people from visiting M fl J vMa any ui 'k. reguidr. customers, anu uui iT .... . -- Mfc aK'iwi k W UIILIiJUC KJUl Oil ale. ft , jHHinni i concluded tp do, as we still have too much goods. ii continue to rcii tirc uahuxvc; u uuF "f We must reduce this stock still more, before taking m :: &4&- MM Big High Grade Stock of tax ; HiMhk .Mr' ' W1 ' :!H "' aft - a HMTS, ETC., AT EXACTLY COST. ye a full line1 --- SHOES, FURNISHINGS fife Hr lH,v 4.(roi k of Men's, Boys' and Youths' Clothing and Overcoats; Men's, Ladies' and Children's Shoes. trades,, which we will offer choice at $7.45. fof Men' "Overcoats, , in sizes - and 35. in $12.00 and $18.00 O , - 34 T T T 5uits in 34, 35 and 36, in $12.00 and $15.00 grades, at $4.95. Men's High Top Shoes for this muddy weather. Hi &;.. 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