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THE 8TAWF0W) IWTEHIOH JOUH HAL STANFORD, KENTUCKY
PERSONAL and SOCIAL
Mis Annlo I). McKoborta spent
Saturday nml Sunday with Lnncon-
Juilgo I L. Wnlker of Lnncnstcr,
wns hero Friday en routo to Lon-
don on lcjrnl imeinoss. '
Senator It. I
JIublilo nml Joo l.
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ttmbry updit n few dnys in Louis
ville on political matters last week.
Miss l'niinn llnys hns Lvcn tho
rpicst of friend nnd relatives in
Lnncimler for tho past few dnys.
Mrs. Mnlindn Stone, loft Inst
week to spend tho winter with tho
Misses 0nley nt Now Market, Ten
II. M. Wurc, of Lexington wns
hero, several dnys enjoying n bunt
with Owhlcy Newlnnd.
Dr. nnd Mrs. T. W. Pennington
vUited Mr. and Mr. Kduiaii Keen
on in JlnrrodHimri; last week nnd
, then spent several days in Cincin
nati. Mn. Snllic H. Knuflcy left jMter
ilny for Wilmore, whero sho will
spend u month witfi her dnughter,
Mrs. Snnfonl M. Lognn.
Mrs. J. K. Ijjrin was hero Sstur
.dny for a short isit. Sho is mnking
n unit to her daughter, Mrs. John
Mount, at Iancnstcr.
John Owfcley Hold nnd wife ro
fnrnrd Saturday lroni Louisville
wlurn he Iish been in n hogpitnl. Mr
Heid has ahtiut recovered from n
Mr. ami Sir. .11. 1). Carter havo
moird to tho linuso recently va-
jialed liy Mw. Adolia Woods in Kat
Mnin. Dr. and Mm. J. V. Urynn
hafo tnbin tbt Ihibso they If ft on
Mr. Hwtell Pillion, of Iibieoln
-oHitty. o hnre this weuk with his
puron. Pol. aud Mrs. W. H. Dil
Hon. IntnW Kolio '
Col. .1. Henry Hiinkln, of Junotion
rUv, irnt priors of postmnitters, was
lii'to s'll .'l.ini; hands with bis friends
K, C. Walton, former editor of tho
I. J , r nun up from Orlftodo, ITh.,
MwnWiy ro make a rrt vkit to hie
ton, niltorc Wultou, and otbar
)elHtivis lir. II was yivH a isost
cordjnl grating on ths strpeti court
day by Iris legion o'f friends.
K. K. IjM SIhw loty lt wok fr
'nlrm, At., wliers lis will arapt a
iiiee imaiiion m cnginosr mi the
HoMthoni rsilrrfad, n place hs hold
f n nnmlwr of ysnrs.
S. S. IdiMoro and fnmily loft yo
tcrday for Aodttreon, Ind., whore Mr.
IHrwre takos a position as comlwa
tor ou tH intrurua.n lino of tho
'Indian I'niin Traction Co.
Mrs. Samnrl V. Mencfeo and lit
tie eon, S. W. Jr., of Knnas City,
Mo., spe'it fcc.Tal das hint nook
with Mr Mfiipfre's parents Mr. ind
What is more appreciated than nice
linen.q for a Christmas gift. We have a
r , . ..
big line Of Hlick tOWels; in the Small
.. i . .1 1 OC Z. -m, XtA M.l
guest towel to the large 25-m x 54-mcn
Guest towels. lo
Ernb'idered towels 75c $1, $1.25.
Lare towels 25c. 35cL50c, 75c, $1,
Towrih.g by the ya'rd,15-inch Guest
HuH :t 25c. 4 -K and 5Gc
24'lic.i J luck iijnany grades at 25c,
Everyone worth what
we ask for it.
SEVERANCE & SON,
Mrs. J. N. Mcnefeo licro.
Sam J. Burch, of Chattanooga,
"Pcnt Fcvcrftl AnW lth hU mother,
.- Mnry n,lrch ,n8t wcck'
Ilia ninny friends wero plml to
" I1cP,lly SlicrifC W. 8. Embry out
, Monday nftcr his serious 'incident
Ho fa a liltlo disfipired but, still
in inn nnff
in tho ring.
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l'or Sale 1'nro bred Mnininbtlt
Itronzo Turkeys; Mrs. J. ;X. Cash.
Xmas goods in a largo variety at
Trebb rooRted peanuts at New
land's cery day. Uo-3
For Sale Six Mammoth Hrotiro
gohlilers. Mrs. Win. Mnthcny Stnnr
ford, Ky., 01-21. ,
1 respectfully solicit y6ur sub
scriptions for magazines, newspa
pers or any periodicals of any kind.
Subscribo through mo and snvo muc
vy, limn and trouble. II. L. Steger.
Crab Orchard. 05tf
Oi-sters, celery, cranberries, minrc
meat, fruitH nnd nuts. Qeorga II.
We nro paying highest priucs for
fresh eggs, chiokciiH nnd nit kinds
of countryproducc. Iluldfl Ilros.,
nt tho Stanford MenUMarket.
For catarrh, asthma, Intuiting,
miming, tircntho llyomui. It has
ei.ed more catarrh misory than all
th uatnrrh speainlists on earth.
Outfit including iahalor $1. Separ
ate battles "0 cents. Q. L. I'cnny
tfunrHNtec? it. ,
Mr lvKgmna l'oyton s(er'of
Mrs. T. 1. 1 1H1, mid n niece of Dr.
J. V. I'ojtow dhal refofllly nt her
hoiw In MeinniM!y To.xus - w here1
Hhe bad made Iter howu for a nmn
Uer of yewr.
HricJt stone room for rout on cor
ner of Main nml Lauoasler sfrooU,
)loeilo ooitrj hoBte. I'Mscssioh
Jannary 3, 1012. J. S. IlockcriOS-tl
A number of the young men df
tnw? are planning a swejl Christ
mas dance on the nl((lit oft he 2fi(li.
lltey have Negated Stabert's bond qf
Uuieville ai.d wfll. Imvo one of the
nicest Wh given here in a long
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There will be an M time apcUuut
rualcli at Union, ohuroh, Morcland,
ou Friday evewing, Deeember 22. A
?oM medal will tf awarded to the
most ireossful spfcllor. AdmUeio;!
10 cont-. IvorlKly is
cone and 'a' ' i'rl.
Do not forget Warner's window
on tho afternoon of December IB
and 1(1 . It.
Christmas pfods arc being receiv
ed nt W. H. Illgpins.
,Ojvc kirn n
' 00-1 1.
My selection fn wrtte,bcs and in
clocks th 'largest ever. W. H.
Mueller. v Ofilf
- h. . 1 s
ForiSnlc. My homo on Miller
Streets Fred i:irhcnherge(r.
W. S Fish represents bnlv the
best -and stronqest Insurance com
oanles. Let him keep you nrotccted.
For Sale. Farm of 08 acres 3
mnes- irom i,rni urcn
Xn.Ji, lmrso barn, garde
over52." nrres cleared.
miles- from Crab Orchard with A.
en nnd pump.
rent tor $o() per ycnncnsli. II.
MuelleivStuiifonl, Ky. 07'-tf
I I an tako tlio "shako" out of
your old shotgun, repair your gun
or'doorlock. 1'riees reasonable. Call
mo at I. .1. ofllce. D. Halloa. OOtf
'Wo nro prepared to irTstnll hot
water and hot air heating, plumbing
p'ic., Conn llros., Lnncnstcr. 81-tf.
There is a great difference In life
insurance policies. Mutual Benefit
Policies arc superior. I can shoto
you. Why-fiot buy. the best? R. M.
For Xinns prevents that will
pleae nnd bo a joy forcer. f!o to
Mueller's Jewelry Store tf
9TATC or omo cirt or Toltdo. I
!. Cuuhti. i '
ruis 1, (Ictitr inkM mtti that hi- U milnr
trtrr or lb erm of I. J. llitMi A CO- d-inr
lulnm m Hie Cltr ci( lab'dd. Cwinl- ix1 hUtr
lomuH. trxl lht uU nrm olll pr tb um ot
ONIS IIIMIIUII IMII.I.AIC fir rarh am) nnr
rAM o( Catakrii thmt cAiiuut bo curnl y ib ot
lltU'l CAttPKII CIKI. ,
rtus'K j cnr.Miv
Simm to brfor me and futMrrilint In or tttntett,
Uih fth !r ol Ucmubcr. A. 1 . iih.
I "-I A.W.OLnSOV.
1 Z-JZ l N0TAt 11-iiue.
lUll'a Cutarrti Cure to Ukm tnlrmallr ami rti
tflrrrtlf uiuo the bkM aal mtieniu aurUrra ot tbe
fatrrn. brad ror tmiraonLiU. frre.
r. j. ciu:.m:v a co.. Toicdo. o
hold br all DniRtota. IV.
raw Hull Kaullr Itiu (at mmttpatioo.
I oin iigent for the International
Lrasollno ongino nnd feed cutters.
llst'on the mnrkel. J. L. Uoasley,
Chsinberlnin's Stomach and Liver
Tsbluts, dtiftnot sicken or fripoTand
may be tal en with peifect safely
hj tho iiHit delionte women ot tho
vonnuijpt lOliild. The old ami fettle
will nli- iTml tllini a most anitMbVe
leibcdy for aidinr; and strtuKtheHiiiL'
Ihtiir fteakOJied dife(i' and for rr
gulntHc tho bowels, i-or salt) by all
Tho j. a Jftoy o m3hnfd y.
j 'shuriJwn.g( tho 1)0,luUrily of which
'wna extended by Joe Jolfcraon, will
j -jvjj by thopiipil- of the de
partmetit of expruMiou of tli Skin
fold graded school ou December S2,
ut8 P. M., in Walton'-, opera house
Thee(stiimos will be riiraiahcd by
Win. Itoek & Sons of Cincinnati,
Ohio. It is a Joraody ofrnro tjio
ami will lie given in a manner wor-
thy of skilled perfornifrs, for as
bus been demonat rated in, the paat
thore aic soreral pupiN who jKieaatts
t-uiiaidernble hietrioitie ability. They
will appeal' nt tlieir lk-t on this ot
eiffiin. "oii will do ell t roeottl
this tlato in your lint f holitUy at
trai'tioiw. Itemeiuher the date Pri
l.v ulvht Dceembor J2nd.
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Dr. it. C. Morn'it. President of
Anbury College will uive his wonder-
f'"'y griiphic loftiue on the Orient
or hw ti; aroniul thc worKli next
Saturday night at 7:30 nt (ho court
house. Admission 25c for adults
i cents for children under 32 years
Tho proceeds of this lecture will go
to missions. Dr. Morrison has many
friends in nc around Stanford who
wjll ho delighted to have this oppor
tunity of hearing hint, Thofo who
do not personally know him will not
want to miss this chance of getting
f-ueji n store of information about n
subject so vital. Givo him n crowd
ed house. Tickets on sale at tho
lvv Stanford Drug Store. Womans
Missionary Society M. 13. C. S.
I will sell my home on East Mnin
trret on very easy terms. Sco me
if you nro looking for n go ml lion
priced richt. II. C. Hauehinun.
Ii'epoit of Condition i.f
THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK,
of Stanford, Kentucky
nt tho close of btiMnc3?-Ji' ember
Resources g .
I onus nnd discounts IS7,1 0J.07
(i'rtlrnfts, secured undT-
unsecured .'...1 0,10 1. OS
I . S. bonds' to cictiro ', i
l . S. bunds ou hnnd to se
cure Postal Savings .. 1,000.00
1'n'iii on U.S. bonds.... -.100.00
IVikN, f-ccurities cto .. 2,-l!l0.2."
Hank, house fur & fix. . 0,025.00
Other ical estate owned 2,110.00
Due from national banks
(not roscrvo agents) SS0.53
I'M1 from state and private
hnnkr and bnifkcrH, trust
cniiipanicfr nnd savings v A
banks (. . . 7
Puo from npprovoiTf ro-i
Notes of other notfonal
I'lnetionnl papor enrroncy,
nickels and cents . . . -HaOS
Lawful money recorrc. in bank :
Legul tender notes 2,407. lL'.O.IO.-tO
I.'odcmption fund with U.S.
Treasurer, (fi per cent of
of circulation) 2,SO0.0O
Capital stock paid ill
Snrplns fund 25,000.00
'"mlivbted profits, Iqss ox
penaus nnd taxes paid "3,305.71
Nat'l bank notes out- ,
Duo to other nat'l banks 320.15
I) to to stnto nnd private
bank and bankora. . . .201.71
Individual dopoUte snb
iict to check ...."... 3J2,0S0.72
Demand eorr. of Deposit .7,000 00
Hills payable, including cer
tificates of deposit for .
money borrowod 32,000 00
Totnl $270,320 30
State df Kentucky, county df
Lt.icoln, se :
1, II. C Itnugbimiu, eashior of tho
above' 'named bank, do solomuly
swear tliat tho above stotoieent is
jruo to (ho best of my knowledge and
belief. II. C. IUrGlIMAX, Cash'r.
Subeeribed nnd stvora to before me
we this 8th day of JVoomber, 1911.
W. M. Ilright, Notary Public.
Correct Attest: J. S. Ilocker, J.
P. C.immins, AL D. Elmore.
You Will Elect a President
HIS election is of supremo importance to you. Tho uholn country h
divided. On ono side the progressiva insurgents, on l no otner tna
Conservative Standpatters. Both parties will promise many things.
You will Iiavo to judge their claims and
theso stirring times
REVIEW OF REVIEWS
is a necessity to the busy man or woman who values belnff up to date. In
a hundred ways lU editorials. Its character sketches and Its timely articles
will help you make your choice. It K'vs you " oe5t clearest and most
accurate, non-parttean and unprejudiced news that money can buy. It Is
the great monthly newspaper on which Intelligent people everywhero rely
for their news, and you get this news ilmoit as promptly as it i given in
the great daily newipapers of the country. ,
Senator LaFoll.ta l.rt "Pu M milu. iinut, mj liU rnJu tf.
I tint .Jt uiUhJ lAtf wut4tllla Ul iurttmt huul St a wtM mnml if imftrmMUm,"
Never will tbe Re lew of Reviews
If you want n hot firo uso New
Diamond nnd Hex coals from Den
ham's yards. 02-3t.
Hooms for rent over Thos. Pcnco's
More. W. A. Tribblc, Stanford, Ky.
Now lot of furniture just in. J. L,
' Hcporl of tho Condition of
THE NATIONAL BANK
OF HUSTONVILLE, KY.
ul Iliihtotiville, Kenttttcky, nt
clone of business Dec. a, 1011.
Loans & discounts $125,003.37
Chcrdnifts, secured nnd.
('. S. bonds to scQuro
I 'rem. on U.S. bonds....
Hank, house, fur& tl.v..
Due from national bunks
not recent) agents .,
Due lroni ttiirocd rc
Jion o agents
N'otes of other nalional
'rai'tional jiajier currency
f nick'cV- and 'cents.... 2G0.0J
;L'avfnl nioney resort o in bank:
Specie!. ! ., v$8,802
Legaltc;iilcr nofes 825 0,717.Q)
lfFilemptioti fund with U.
S. Trens. (5 per cent of
Capital stock paid in...$ 50,000.00
Surplus fund 17,000.00
Undivided profits, less ex
penses nnd taxes paid ' 3,3 I3.S7
Nat'l bank notes out
Duo to other nat'l banks 1G.8G
Diip to stnto and .privato
baiiKS and bunkers.. C3.P0
I iJiviriuii! dopokits sabi
ieet . ". . . , -i.iit "s
State of Kentuuk), rounty of
Lincoln.- 6: I, J. V.'.' Hooker, -nsh-tar
of tho above naxnod ban'., .'.
solemnly swoor that lite nbove atat
ment is line to th'o best of my knoul
edgo and belief. J. W. IIOCIvKK,
Subscribed and sworn to bclore
me, this 0th day of December. im"
.1. W. Iloskins, Notarj Public V
eommisnon oxpiros Feb. 25. 101 "
Correct Attest: IMw. Alrnrn J.
W. Powell. W. G.fowail. Director
Quail Are Fin
Hut to get thcin you bat to gt..
your uinifliuiiliuii from Coftej s
Coleman. Don't'fontet that o -ry,
the very liexl line of sin II- U. b-
bad and want to eupnly all ot oji-
JCenrly evervhody" know that ou
(jroeeries cnmiot be eM-oHed unr-'
where for freshness and price. T
want you. Wo civo prompt dehvt rv
and polite service. Tiy ns. Cnf
fey & Coleman.
'hone 1HS Prompt "Vllve-
their fitness to carry them out.
be more accessary tbaa Bxt year
--- XMAS -
Reminds us of our host of friends
to be remembered. 'Let us remind
you that it is better to present sub
stantial gifts, like the following list:
Box of Collars
Selection of Tics
A full line of Novelties that are new
Call and take a look.
Cummins c Wearen
Stanford, - Kentucky.
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1 O : v- isi 'fa C' vi .t i ii .
yu lKtve just recciveu x ueduuiui gj
f line of XMAS novelties in Belt
" Buckles, Beaded Bags, Purses Bar- r
q rettes, Bows, Frills, Collar Sets, Frill
o Pins etc. Also Toys galore. Come see
n us before you buy that Xmas present j!
ift SI M & Pk mm t 4 JLm .la
Hoghes, Martin & Co-1
,$ WWU"W1U' A7' O
r aV ? v T-" 5 ft"? ?
?;: .J - s
qaaay w rsacmcaaaigata
There is a feeling
Laving enough bed
these crisp nights that is really enjoy
able. The' very moderate prices at which
you can buy these goods should not
llind a scarcity of
Vie can show you
ities and prices trom 4oc to $10. -
,' Opting blaiikets in white grey or tan
I . 48c to $1.75
! Cotton Wool Hop Blankets in Plain
,& Plaids; soft as Down at $1.75 to 2.75
I All4 pure Wool Blankets in Plain and
Plaids 10-4 to 12-4, beginning as low as
$2.79 per pair, up to the fine California
Blankets at $7.50 to $10.
Box of Shirts
Mufflers from 25c to $7.50
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www w.- ta.' .. ' u a iu Li isi
bw m w i kj ' Lh L I
C' 't - 't tXt &t &. ". J V 9ft.
w O -. 42; J5 ". w." j: vJ "2."
- c3iHK gsaazsaUMwnaaaeaamaffl
of security about
clothing in the house
them in any house.
a wide range of qual
SEVERANCE & SON