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THE STANFORD INTERIOR JOURNAL STANFORD, KENTUCKY
HI, COMFORT I DURABILITY
IF YOU WANT A SUIT OF CLOTHES WITHOUT AN EQUAL
THAT INSURES THE WEARER FIT. COMFORT AND DURABILITY.
A TRIAL WILL CONVINCE YOU. WE MAKE THE PRICE AND SELL
L. L SANDERS,
Anil If you want qood bread order
Bannhman's No. I Fancy Patent
Flour from your qrocer. He will
charge you osly 75 cents for a
25 POUND SACK and your family
can live a whole week or lonner on It.
Sec how little It cost to live If you
will EAT BREAD made of Bauqh
man's flour. YOU CANT BEAT IT.
Every sack quarantccd to be
STRICTLY FIRST CLASS.
On sale In every nrocery store In
Stanford, and the maforlty of the
stores in the county.
j. H. BAUGHMAN & CO.
FOR RAW FURS AND HIDES ffiif&Jf!&&gl
Wool on Commlulon. Writi lor ptlce- j?M -i3s IjSt'S&t'
...... iiii n nA KsUbllahed 1837 iWf fyya
JUHK WHIIfc&LUi LOUISVILLE.KY.
TRAINING SCHOOL for TEACHERS
COURSES: Preparatory. State Certificate,
Life Diploma. Counly Certificate Review,
Special. Tuition Free to Appointees,
Horn, to the wifo of Henry Gooch
a fine pirl.
Oisenr Hest nnd wife, of Danville,
hnvo relumed home nftcr n few
ilnys with relatives here.
)r. Steele, of Junction City, mw
hero on business Inst week.
Mr. Wnllnco Sweeney nnd Hva
flooeli 'of Yayncburjr wcro mnrri
cd nt the M. K. church by Jtcv.
Stralton on Thanksgiving day.
.Miss Kvn France hns returned
homo nftcr bciinr with her sister,
Mrs. V. h. JlcC.xrly.
Miss Murtis .Montgomery, n Ara
bia, spent n few days here.
Mr. Will Dye, moved his blnck
ViniUi -liop 1'rom South Fork to
Wnyiipslmrg pike near his home.
Horn, to the wife of Henry Jen
kins n hoy.
Mrs. Link Walls nnd mother linve
lvturnrd from a vUit to Lexing
ton. Mis Mnttie Green, of Mt. Salem
is the guct of Miss Vest.
Girls, you had better learn to obey
the boys around King's Mountain
for one boy,' said "if n certain girl
would obey him she could have half
of his farm before Xtnns.
Mrs. t,nnra I.ee gave a pic supper
for the benefit of her school last
Wednesday JU"ht. They received
a nico sum of money.
Mr. Cyrus Johnson spent Satur
day nnd Sunday with hoaiefolks.
Mrs. Emma Chcvoletto who has
been visiting friends and relatives
in Hamilton, 0., have returned homo
Some of our neighbor schools love
to bonst of their merits in spelling.
We are mndo to wonder why they
t'on't take up some other branch and
MRS. SALLIE SHERON.
Stanford, Dec. C,
Departed from Iho sceno of earth
in tho City of her home, Indinnnfm
lis, Mrs. Snllie Sheron tho relict of
Mr. John Sheron.
The deceased was full of jenrs
Expenses Very Low. Ask About It.
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f.mm.i JS' XftX
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corner nest to Court House
Capital of $100,000
Strplus of $100,000
resources Over .,$500,000
Little Ernest Smith, who hns hecn
very sick of throat trouble ii much
Mr. Dnniul Droughton will move
to Crah Orheard John Uroughton
will f Ml the vacant place he leaves.
Jlrv. II. P. Itangh, of King Moun
tain liau been visiting f Hands at this
Mr. Lena Xonhoj was the punt
of -Mis. Sarah Smith Sunday.
Mr. V. S. Drown, has gone to
'pend a few week, with his daughter
at Salem, Iud.
lr. Julia Smith has gono to
pend a few days with her daughter
Mrs. Jennie Kidd at King's Moun-
Mrs. hula Harness t-pent Sunday
afternoon with her sister, Mrs. Sara
-Mr. Jimmie IIny is getting along
nicel with his fecluut at this placo
which boon will ho over. Wo aro
very sorry, for we think he is an
Mr. Elmer Logsdeu of Lexington
and pretty Miss ITada Leo of King's
Mountain were married home few
Mm. PorUou nifd little babe ot
ilu-i j)luco are slowly" recovering.
and her life was crowded with
glory. Shu came of Old Virginn
Block nnd whoso mniden name
was lliatt, that gave the name of
Hiattsvillc where they located after
immigrating from the grand old do
minion. Her line of nncetry was
a long nnd honornhle ope. Horn in
18 14, two yrnr- hefore Hie begin
ning of the Mcxienn war nnd joining
the Methodist church, when only 13
yenrs of ngr, die led u Christian life
of benevolence and chnrity. No
weak, trembling hand of poverty
was ever extended to her nnd with
drawn empty. She shared her
plenteous board with the hungry
nnd needy. She gno to thoso who
a;kcd, and from those who would
borrow of her, she turned not nwny.
When heaven paw this good Chris
tian nppronchinu'. she opened wide
her enduring gnte, linnnoiiSous
sounds on the golden hinges twin
ing. Dentil hns no torrors for one
who lends a pure Christian life, She
said "I nm going home." They think
intr sho meant hor native state, Ken
tucky nsked her what home? She
replied "My Heavenly home," nnd
Heaven was certainly mnde for
such Christians ns she.
How good we should nil bo that
we may at the last find n secure
anchorage on the celestinl shore and
bo with her again after life's fitful
fever is o'er. She hns gone from
tho scencs of cnrtli but to a more
glorious land, whose beauty never
fnde. And though our hearts nre
drooping, in mourning, wo know she
hns gono to a brighter clim, Horn
when April was weeping herself
uvvny in the llouery lap of Mny. She
leaves the wotld when cold winter
with snowy shroud is wrapping nil
in his ioy mantle. Oh, snd the I
though over mother's dead, in sil
Bnce into her peaceful head, and bit
tor aro the tears we shed, but is it
not sweet to think hereafter, when
the spint leaves this sphere, leave
on deathless ivfng nhnll wh'.o to
tho-e be long hath mourned for
hole, hearts from which 'tis death
tT sever, rye this world can iwver
restore, llitte as warm nml bright
aa ever, shall meat y and be loat
A mourning daughter t
MKS. ELLEN' CAMl'HKLL.
HOLIDAY OPENING DEC '2, 1911
Cut glass ivor,v tut wire, iiilvcr
waiu, from a spoon to a complete
t-ct, jewelry, a complete line, evcrj
piece absolutely guaranteed, toilet
sets, hand mirrors, gifts, story and
Looks of fiction, safety razors, cut
Itry, Clatiss' bhears nnd scissors
I.owney'b candy, toys, dolls games
for the littlu ones. You aro es-
pcriun.v jiiYiieu. ijvh i uuy iiiuii
you see our. line.
Reynolds & Evans
Junction City, Ky.
Always Better to Laugh.
Jano Jones said "Lauiihln' at trouble
Is a eight more senBltilo tliun cryln' at
It. I've seen whole families broko up
'jy one measly llttlo quarrel, Jes' be-"
caueo none of 'em had senso enough
to know when 'twas time for lauchln'
You can't stay mad long If all you elt
Is laushln' at an' fun pokln',"
1 majflWWMi c"
The quicker n fold is gotten rid
of the less tho danger from pneu
monia and other serious diseases.
Mr 1). V. L. Hull, of Wnvelry, Vu.,
says ! "I f rnily believe Chamber
lain's Cough llrmedy to bo nbsolute
"V th best puparatiou on tho mar
ket f r colds. 1 have recommended
it to my friends nnd they nit ngroo
with mv." For sulo by till dealers.
The election held on tho stock
law, carried in tho Stanford nnd
Wnynesbtirg Magisterial distrists
on tho 7th day of November, 1911
olid vvns lost In the Crab Orchard
district, consequently tho following
law is offeuivo in Stanford nnd Wny
neshurg districts. ,
It elmll bo unlawful, nfter thirty
days from enid election, for nny
person to permit nny cnlllo hordes,
hogs nnd sheep owned by or under
his control or in his custody, to run
nt lnrce, in said districts; mid nny
person so offending shnlt be fined
not les Ihnn -fii nor moro than $-."
for eneh offense, nnd if nny damage
shall be committed by same in said
districts the owner of same shall bo
liable for nil such damages, wheth
er the place where the damngrs oc
curred he inclosed by a Inwfnl fern o
or not nnd tho person damaged
shall hnve n lien on tho cattle com
mitting the damage hereof ami the
cost o" suit; it shull furthermore
bo the duty of nny constable, sheriff
or town marshal to impound nny
cattle found running nt largo in
said districts, and owner or bailee
thereof fhnll pay the officer, im-
poundine: for enoh bend so impound
ed one dollar and the costs of feed
in" nml taking care of such cattle
Provided, that (he costs of im-1
poundin? nny number of cattle, nt
vo 1 V) vu'' ! ijiVyTyIf s
I ml HmLw I
' EE51 No More Cold Hands I
V .tEESL Perfectioij I
V ( SMOwm I
i. l& tar. szJ'i ; i j-i 4jr H
A woman often docs not toticc
what a cold day it is so long as sho
is bustling around the house. But
when she sits down to her sewing and"
mending, she soon feels chilly.
It is then she needs a Perfection Smokeleis Oil Heater.
Its quick, glowing heat warms up a room in next to no time.
That is the beauty of a Petfection Smokeless Oil Heater. It it
always ready for uie': you can carry it wherever you please; and you
light it only when you want it.
The Prdectioa Oil Hf.trf it imotdm and njotlru patratrj sutomttic
dctic. innurt UiU It i irliU. m! ind rtoootnic! Ixirni mix hourt oa on
tiling. lUndiomr. loo drumi 6niKl olhrt lo blu. um4 o plia Met, with
DuVn .nlr or wr lr iUcim eirt!r r ttncj !
Standard Oil Company
xskszn xi-wjmypmrz-rxt vnjrI?
tho officer shall have n lien on tho
cattle so impounded for his fees
and expenses, which ho mny enforce
ono time shall not exceed three dol- " '' mortgages lis nre en
Iars nnd tho cost of feeding nnd lop-ed
Every family has need of good ro
liable liniment. Tor Hprnuis, bruises
soieness of the muscles nnd rheii
mafic pains there is none better
thnu ChamlicrlainV lr s.de bv nil
Having sold my farm and decided to go to Florida for the
winter I will sell at Preachersville on WEDNESDAY,
CAUSE AND REMEDY,
Rain or shine, beginning at at 9 o'clock, to thehighest and
best bidder without reserve or by-bid the following property:
1 aged horse, 1 rnare, 14 years old, 1 mare 3
years old in foal to jack. 1 inareJ2 years old
in foal to horse, 1 mare 3 years old, gentle
and-works anywhere, 1 3-year-old horse, 1
5-year old horse gentle for family, 1 coming
2-year-old saddle filly, 1 yearling horse colt,
1 mule colt, 1 8-year old mare safe in foal to
Rex Peavine, 12 weanling heifer calves, extra
nice ones, 2 extra good milk cows, 1 to be
Iresh in 4 weeks, 1 extra nice Jersey heifer
to be fresh in January, 1 cow and calf, 2 year
ling heifers, weigh 50O lbs, 150 stock shoats .
4 brood sows, 1 thorougbredhampshirehog,
weighs 20O lbs. 15 fat hogs, weigh about 175
pounds each, 3 buggies and 2 sets of har
ness, also lot of farming tools consisting of '
cutting harrow, section harrow, turning
plows, plow gear, etc.
About 100 barrels of corn in crib, 100 bales of hay
20O chickens, household and kitchen furniture,
consisting of 2 upright folding beds, 1 six octave
organ good as new, 2 bed room suits, 1 good refrig
erator, 1 hall tree, 2 extension tables. 12 feet long,
2 sewing machines as good as new, 1 couch 2 kitch
en cabinets, 5 kitchen safes, 1 wardrobe, 2 center
The weeuy Diquircr, with the bauiotj. o ruuK-iiiy' uiifctirs, a sees ainmsr room cnans.
cWSitcSS'S sets common chairs, 2 Brussels carpets, good as
market report., methods nnd re
sults from Government nnd Sta'e
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Uncertainty of the immediate
future is looked upon by many men
of affairs, as a blockade to enter
prise and business prosperity, and
this blockade is now quite apparent
throughout the channels of trade.
The Presidential Election; the
efforts of Congress with no fixed
ptiriosc; Organized Labor as a new
factor in politics; together with
other i.ultcrs of greater or less
import, uvrcscnt nt this time n
chaotic conflict of separate inter
ests, to harmonize which is now the
problem before the country.
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Stales, yet cheapest, measured by
quality and quantity,
new, 1 yarn carpet, 1 rag carpet, 3 Straw mattresses.
rugs and 3 cooking stoves.
Lot of dishes, picture frames, Irish potatoes, onions, canned fruit, also meat and lard
1 60 gallon coal oil tunic; many other things loo numerous to mention.
TERMS All sums under $20, cash in hand, over that umount. a credit of 6 months
with 6 per cent, interest secured by note, negotiable at bank.
At the same time and place J. L. Kennedy, will rent to the highest bidder his farm for
1912. This farm contains 30 acres and is close to school and church. Possession at once. '
JONES L. ANDERSON,
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