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THE tTANFOM INTERIOR JOURNAL STAN Ft , KENTUCKY
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Mr. Alfred Davis has been on the
Mr. Charles Cooper, is visiting
(he family of. hia uncle, Mr. C. A.
Messr. H. IT. nnd J. ir. Collier,
nro nt, nomo 'with their pnrcnls for
Mr. Rim Middleton, Jr., left Tues
day for Muskogee, Okln., where ho
will probably locate.
Mr. C. A. Redd, tho veteran bear
hunter, is contemplating n hunt in
tho mountains of South Carolina.
Miss Pearl Collier has returned
to her homo hero after n several
duys visit with Mrs. 0. P. Nuckols
Mr. Shelby Burgin, of Madison
county returned to his homo Satur
day after n pleasant visit with rel
Jake Wnllin, who has been with
Wrought Iron Range Co.. in Ala
bama, is at homo with tho family.
A. B. Bastin ono of our lumber
kings left Tuesday for North Platte,
w.t..-Un. ,irro he n ,nkc "P n
Ohnrlti Blriglcton nnd family who
have made their home at Henderson
ville, N. C, for tho past few years
have moved back to his farm here.
Miss Clara Collier has returned
tho home of her brother, T. C. Col
lier nt Louisville after spending
Thanksgiving with her parents here.
Rev. Roy B. Rutherford filled his
rcgulnr appointment ut tho Christian
( hurch Sunday morning and evening
His excellent sermons wero greatry
Miss Belle Ualdennan, of Louis
ville, nurncd to her homo Monday
evening after a. weeks' visit to Mrs.
June Buchanan. Mrs. Buchanan
accompanied her home.
Fred Garnctt, who is acting agent
nt the depot at his plncc, has moved
iuto rooms near tho depot, where
he with his family will reside for tho
Mr. und Mrs. W. T. Cover havo ro
rcntly movo to town occupying the
liouso vacated by Mr. L. L. San
ders. Mr. Cover is U. S.'Mnil Car
rier on Rural Route'No. 2.
There seems to bo lots of inter
est here in tho sale of the late W. F.
Traylor, which will tako place on
tho 3. "th of this month. Tho East
Knd will bo well represented there.
By the way this will bo ono of the
largest sales every held in Lincoln
As yet, wo are unablo to givo
names of tho rumored marriages of
ono of our "Slatcsvillo" girls, which
was mentioned in our last letter.
However things aro progressing nieo
ly nnd will probably givo an account
of same in our Christmas letter.
.We leant from reliable sources
that thero will soon be a store erect
ed in New Crab Orchard, also a
planing mill nnd possibly a flour
mill. This togethor with tho con
creto sidewalk and new hotel is
causing our "Slatesvflle people to
pat on city airs and appear "up-pish."
nog killing is the order of tho
day in this vicinity, most everyone
having killed in tho past fow days.
Hence tho following lines:
A Hog Killing Time.
What's causing nil this uproarT
These joyous Miouts wo heart
It is hog killing time,
The happiest of tho jear.
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1 Tuesday at 2 O'Clock December 12, 1911,
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SANTA CLAUS SAID:
I will be in Crab Orchard if my
g automobile will carry my load of
g toys, wagons, sleds, rocking horses
horns, dolls, and everything heart
could wish for the children.
Children I am coming rain
Oh, those bickhoncs, fpnreribs,
And sauase, good nud sweet;
Liv' r, uweet-brondtf; tenderloins,
Souse, head 3 and pickled feet.
Ererjbndy is gladly smiling;
Joyous happiness everywhere,
For the Mnell of porkchops,
Is ccrtninly jn the nir.
Talk about your pumpkin pie.
Crauberry sauco and turkey, too.
There's nothing that will compere
With pork chops and sweet
Let me overhaul your gasoline
cngino nnd uvoid cold weuthcr
troubles this winter. D. Ballou.
Leave word nt the I. J. office.
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Come bring your friends with you
and watch me unload my toys, and
give me a warm greeting, and tell
me what you want for Xmas. I am
going to make
Sanders' Store Ny
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THE WHOLE FAMILY.
Mother, Father Sister and Brother, g
All kinds of dolls, wagons, doll bug-
gies, sleds, horns, humming tops,
iron trains, horses, balls and books,
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ana i win nave rruns, canaies ana
anything you want to eat.
Watches, fobs, lockets and chains
rings, pins, bracelets, jewel cases,
silver spoons, 26 piece silver sets,
toilet sets, manicure sets, shaving
sets. We have a fine line of slik
ties, hose, half hose, in all colors and 5
style, and silk mufflers to suit any-
one. So you come bring the chil-
dren and Santa Claus will entertain "
Don't Fail To Meet Me At Sanders' Store.
CRAB ORCHARD, KENTUCKY.
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