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THE STANFORD. KENT UCKY INTERIOR JOURNAL
runyuAV, dkoumiiuii S7tii, rn
em Year Gitts
We have everything that would
snake a heart glad.
Ties from 25c to - - $1.50
Scarfs, 25c to - - $2.50
Phoenix Muffllers 50c to - $1.50
Silk Sox 5c to - -. $2.00
Shirts, 25c to - .: $2.50
Suit Cases, 75c to - - $8.50
Suspenders, 10c to - - - $1.00
Coat Sweaters, 25c to - - 3.50
Silk Handkerchiefs 25c ana 50c
We also have the World's stan
dard Clothing "GrifibH." -brand.
2ETancy "Vests Odd Trousers, Rain
coats, Overcoats, and Cravenettes
jj.e Crossett Shoe and Stetson
hnwiig sold the St Asaph hoi 1 wp
hutc i-r sale chonii fle nice Jet-sv
cow. Bond milkers, also three two
yoirold nml t josrllng Jcr,iy hot
cn. nil fn'l blooded and tine itk
Karris nml llnrdln Stanford. VJ-7
Aged sorrel mntu 15 hnnd high
i amp to in) plnro. Owner nn get
tamo li paying for this nTStlro. nnd
her kwp J 1. Roger. Cedar Creek,
Itntl & Hudianttn'hoTd to ftud XU'-
CoMiinck of HustouOlle, $U ihofts nt
fti'.io. They, bought of Jiun QalnosYv
shonts at tr, and Rot oni big no
rrom Uedoil chancellor- which weigh
ed n pouna m i cents.
I. M. DUNN. PRtS. H. D. STILES, V.PRES. HENRY McWILLIAMS MQ R. .1. (?,
J. C. DAVIS DOOK'R A. AS3T. SEC.
AN WINKLE, SECTRCA3
A WOMAN'S GREAT IDEA.
l.s how to'tnaVo hersolf nttractlro. ljut
without health', It Ii hiird lor her to
oe lovoiy in wee. form or temper A
weak, sickly woman wilt ho iicrrous
nnd irritable. Constipation and Kld
ney poisons show In pimples, blotches
skin eruptions nnd a wretched com
plxton. Hut Klcctrlc Hitters always
diovo a godsend to women who want
berilth, benutr and friends. They re
ulate Stomach, Ltvcr nnd kldnos,
and purity the blood; give strong nrr-
K. bright eyes, pare breath, smooth
telvety skin, lovely comploxion, pool
tealth. Try them 50 cents at Penny's
A sprained ankle will usually dis
able tho Injured person for three or
four weeks. This Is due to lack of
proper troatraent. When Chamber-
lplns liniment Is applied n cur0 may
i.! affected in inreo or rour nnys. xnis
liniment Is one of the txvat nnd ruos
remarkable preparitlons In use. Sold
by Penny's lrug Store.
NOTICE OF SALE'
People's Tobacco Ware
: house Company.
For The Sale of Loose Leaf Tobacco ?fl
PERYVILLE ST., 1 BLOCK FROM Q &. C. DEPOT.
THE LARGEST AND BEST EQUIPPED HOUSE FOR LOOSE LEAF TOBACCO IN THE BURLCY
DITRICT SOUTH OF THE KENTUCKY RIVER AND THE ONLY HOUSE OF STEEL CONSTRUCION.
TER FOR 50 LOADED WAGONS AND STALLS FOR ONE HUNDRED HORSES.
and cool I-
ill RobinSOIl, Stanford, Ky
SERVED IN ANY;
Tfffi PEST fffiMJ
y.h. CARSON, Prop.
HIGHEST CA8H PRICE
for All Kinds of
llE8 AND FURS WANTED'!
JL.AND Sc BUCHANAN
NO SYMPATHY FOR THE RIDER
or driver who buys poor uarr-ess Is
iiccessarj. When honestly made and
guaranteed harness can be bought
here o reasonably It Is a man's own
fault if ha takes the risk of buying
from a mall order catalogue. Profit
by cithers' experience and buy your
harness at home.
J C. McCURY, Stanford.
OLD ML j
Has his headquarters i
at our store this week.
Come to see him.
L. L. SANDERS,
Crab Orchard, Kentucky, jg
iBring them in at
once and we will
?MW you the highest
ww Tudor. Mgr.
' PHONE 153,
Lincoln Circuit Court.
Kill TnIor Uodlne. etc, l'lulntitfa
'd t'Uflon Tujlor, DoK-ndnnt.
In ohellencc to n judgment to the
Lincoln Circuit Court rendorod In the
nt-. Mfti'ln.l r.niia.i nt Its Vril. lull.
tnriu. 11111 thi. nnrtpialirno(l rnmniU
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Monday January 9th 1911,
Count totirt day a. X o'clock I I ,
In front of the court home dotu in
Stanford. Ky.. sell at nubile out r tt
the highlit and bifit bidder en j
tlollt of six months, ttic folloMip
dtserlbcd ronl citnte In Lincoln ci in
ty Kmtucl:, to-wit
Tnrt No 1 Near llutonllle Kj
bestnninR In tho center of the lltMon
I1I ind .Stanford turnpike load.
Vow ell's enrner. thenro S 71 I J
Oj uolea to a itone In the center of
Mid pike adjacent to the i'risbj'i
Ian school Incuse lot, thence S ..' 1 J
N 18 poles and 12 llnk.i to the enter
ot the Hanging Fork, thene,. down
sild rreek N 70 B U io1h to tlio
enter of the old rondXthonro with
fr.'Uil road S Ci V. in uolea 10 link
S fi". 1-1 13 pols tnks K 11
V: -M poles l' llnfrv, J.a utotio in UiP
south side of qald road, thence , 7J
1 1 1. Vj poles to a stone In said rond
thenre N "9 K 3H pores 17 links to
the bed of tli0 creek, thence N Ti 1 2
K poles 20 links to the north bhnk
of said creek, thence North 20 1-4 V
51 Iles to n stone center of Huston-
Mile and Stanford plk-. tnenc,, witn
said road to the beginning, contain
lug 00 acres, more or lcs3.
Tract No. 2 A tract situated !.i
taid county and state, nnd adjacent
to the above tract, described as fol
lows, bcginuliiR at tho corner of the
above described tract in tho creek
and running S 35 E 3 poles 3 links
to a stake, thenco N 72 B 33 poleH 22
links to the center of tho road,
thence N 65 1-2 W 6 poles and 6
link to Allen corner, S 70 W 30
roles 17 links to tho beglnring, con
tainlnc 2 roodti and 32 poles of land.
Theo two tracts nt land will first
be offered separately nnd then ns a
wuolo and th0 bid accepted hkti
realize th moat money Tho pur
thaser will be required to give bond
with personal security payable to tho
Com'r and approved by htm, tbo same
bearing six per cvnt Intcreht from
date of sale, having tho force and et
lect of a Judgment and secured by
lien on tu0 land
GEO. D. FLORENCE, M. C. L. C. C.
J. N. SAUNDERS, Atty. for Plfla.
Free Stables and Free Insurance.
WE OFFER THE BEST POSSIBLE FACILITIES FOR SELLING LOOSE LEAF TODACCO
WITH OUR SPLENDIDLY LIGHTED HOUSE IT WluL PAY YOU TO COME AND SEE US REFORE MAK- I
ING ANY ARRANGEMENTS FOR DISPOSING OF YOUR TODACCO.
Farm For Sale.
"I know what is good
for youiiR and old jpco-
Elc, writes Mrs. Clara
ykstra, a trained nurse
of South Belhngham,
Wash., "and will say that
1 consider Cardui the best
medicine for girls and
women. It makes them
feel like new persons, re
lieves their pain and reg
ulates womanly troubles.
"Both my daughter and I
received great benefit"
Kernember that when your kidneys
nre itfccted, your life is in danger.
I. Mayer, Rochester, N. v., says
.My trouble started wltn a sharp
shooting pain ocr mv back which
giew unrte daily. I felt BluggUh and
tiled iny kidney action was irregular
and Irfreqnent. I started using Foley's
K'unev pills. Kach dose seemed to
put more lite and strength Into mo
niid niw I am completely cured and
feel better anl stronger tl'an for years
tfARPMBARCNT on SALE!
(our fw U4a0 bl
Urate w ora; o4
we are having In tho bulldlug line.
We carry a full Hue, ot lime, plaster,
cement and crerrtblug else needed
for building, Kvor) thing purchased
here will be found of the best quaJl
ry and tho best for Intended purposes.
A meeting or the stockholders of
the Nntlonnl Hank of Hustonvillo Hill
u hold nt their banking bouso In
llustonvllle the second Tuesday In
January, l'JU between and J2 A. St.,
for the purpose of electing directors
to horvo th0 ensuing ear
J. W.Hockrr, Cashier
A meeting of tho stockholders of
th First National Hank or Stanford,
mil bo held nt tbeir banking nouxo
lh second Tuesday In January 1911
for tho purposo of electing directors
lor the ensuing year
H. C.Baughman, Cashier
A meeting or the stockholders it the
Lincoln County National llnnk of
Htanrurd will bo held at their ban Ic
ing house the second Tuesday In Janu
ary, 1911, tor the purpose or electing
illrutois for the ensuing year.
W. M. Bright, Cashier
A meeting ot tho stockholders n'
lw. frnli f lrli!irfl Itniiklni? fTimnfinv
We will save 7u trouble aad uueeoa ,v,n (t. hld at tho banking houso at
ary ezMSM by e4iss to ua tor aa Crnh Orchard the second Tuesday
MUgut Iti January, 1911 between U sod 12
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ifiW.CM.w.jnterw .swor. v. a.iijvis.r irrr'iarvnaw4i'i'vast,Luwji.l
The Woman's Tonic
As a medicine for fe
male trouble, no medi
cine you can get has the
old established reputation,
that Cardui has.
Fifty (50) years of suc
cess prove that it has
stood the greatest of all
tests the test of TIME
As a tonic for weak wo
men, Cardui is the best, be
cause it is a woman's tonic.
Pure, gentle, safe, re
liable. Try CarduL
or will trade Itw small
. d take tho differt-iw
Tin farm cHtalni 140 am', ot at
! .l 7S ncre of finiA tofearru lam'
tv roI rtftellln house 1 fum
i'iu ho4nu and imll and rmh1 out
In i!rln3. 1 good toharro barn, which
i ill I aid 12 acres ot tobacco, good
tminc or "hard of i"iO tre of bout
m im td 'rait nrh as apples p,tl)
' . ivarn ami ehirHes; HtwNt bor.it
will ,.' reel deep, Uud 1 fwt of
v.iti-t, on houv- with tkrv rooai'
.inl oittbnlMiwt opt
srd nf Mine number
lame Klin) of Inilt.
Tins farm llt about mile ami halt
south or McKlnney. about one mile
riom rallroHd and school; 25 acre of
cleared land ready for tobacco ami
fnc acres in timothy mtwdnw
This Is tho the encapeal farm In
Uncviln county nt tho price.
C. R. BRAWNER, McKlnney, Ky.
Yt know m wrtli ivi any.n
ymt-need something to reguUtv yc
yftm. If your lion els are fliVKlal
yum ww iiMtrewen ytnt, )oir 1
Iialtl. takn llolllateri Rock Mn
'Vm. t always rrllner
tea w tnbiets ai .imgan. una t.
tThe huuting nain is upon uj a
wll and orTh nrly eteryunt wants t-
or tre and
Ilalii5 sild my farm preparatory
to going west, 1 Mill on
Thunday December, 20th 1910
nt 10 o'clocl: a. m., dispose o( tli0 fol
lowing pronal property:
1 ccod work horse 1 extra brood
mare is a good worker, I Studebakr
warnn almost new, l good buggy, 1
milk cow, a good one, 2 fnt hogs, will
weigh about 300 pounds each, about
i chickens lit bushels ot Irish po
tatoes, 8 or ten barrels of corn, few
farming implement? all nearly new
household nnd kitchen lurnlture. In
cluding new cooking stovo, etc Will
also sell about 4000 pounds of tobacco
It not dlpoed of before
T. W. HUTCHISON,
Gilbert's Creek, Ky.
h s 01
(iIbco Tho rlmrge Is 14 reuts owb
K. 1J. Denbain r , im a
U P I riupt.n.t ,, ... 1 -T
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J. H. Harris j w. llaughiawi.
Fred linuinunn. l)aid KtcetH '
S. II llaughmuu, J. II llaughMi
Nevln CarUr O'lianron K- Campbell'
Frank Cordler win Cortler
Christ Jacob. M n Lytic '
Dr. J. O. Carpenter ,ames SmlUi.
Mrs. .Vnttie White. W. R IViughert)
H. C. Andemoa John M. Uooch
A. r Traylor. D. M. .tndmm
J. A. I'ottcr J. H. Thompson J,
j 1-. .iwiuhu. j. j iiumic. M Jr,
Harris & Woods. K. Curtla. , (
Mm Mattle If. Ilewca.
Oua Grlsrl John M Carter.
Fred vontJruenlgan.J. J Klllott
A. Klelbasa. Jocob Oander,
Mlssc-s Snllir and Mettle Carter,
J. H. Carrer. I, w Carter.
U a. darner. i& H. llatnold
Jas M. Carter, Br. Mrs. 1L U Wlllhuna
H. C. nnuehraan, A. J. Johnson.
I. W. Carter. J icat
C. M. Allen.
Mrs It. It. Cnrpenler.
T. U Uaughman.
We Cordially Invite Youli
To Sell Your Tobacco With Us.
As usual, we topped tho market Monday at $17.
We sold over 200,000 pounds last
week with a better average than Lexing-'
ton and the best average of anv house J
in Danville. I
The best lighted house in Kentucky and an experienced
Auctioneer always tells the story.
Danville Tobacco Warshousi Company
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