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fHE STANFORD INTERIOR JOUR HAL STANFORD, KENTUCKY
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Cash for Accounts and Notes
comes easily nnd direct when yon place them with us
for collection. We mnko collections nnd look after
claims nnywhoro in the United States nnd Cnnndn,
and mnko no charge unless wo collect. Ilnnk reference,
MAY'S COLLECTION AGENCY, Somerset, Kentucky.
Having sold my farm, I will offer for sale on
THURS., DEC. 1 4
Beginning at 10 o'clock sharp
at my home on the Ottenheim pike 7 miles from
Stanford and 3 1-2 miles from Crab Orchard, ad
joining W.T. -Tucker farm, the following , property
HpH Hnrcpc 1 dmft mare in foal by M. S. Baugh
o ncdu nuiaca man,g hof se George nUr. 1 coach
mare in foal by George Boone's coach horse, Micada. 1
, gray mare in foal by J. W. Baughman's, jack. All three
mares are gentle and good workers.
f HpxA fStflp 3 fine Jersey cows, No. 1 for milk and
u licciu atuc butter; 2 Jersey heifers coming fresh
in April and May, bred to full blood Jersey bull; 1 Short
horn cow good in milk and butter, creamery test shown.
3 good brood sows with pigs at side
About 5 tons of Clover hay In barn.Auout 3 tons of mixed Iwy In barn.About 2 tons of oats hay In barn
Terms Made Known on Day of Sale
FRED BRAUNSWEIG, Prop.
Col. J. P. Chandler, Auct
llamiig ld my farm I will tl
Ht public nt-tion at the old Wm IIi
iriuk fMrm, lour mil w?t of Crb
Wednesday. December 20, 1911
The followiug propeity S heutl of
liorttf, 1 good won: mare in foal
to Aorxe. 1 Btititl family maro not
Afraid of untu or train, 1 five-year-old
horse, 1 two- ear-old lmre,
mv fine couch stallion Mikatlo, 27
jie'nd of cattle. 10 j curling steers,
ORDER sa CLOTHES
Onr .tool., .r .o Urm that
Mlecti iind we ninke buylnic
..lecti and w" """.p.
Suits for Men
FURNISHINGS, HATS AND
Mention tnin paper and write ua fully for nuythlnir you want iu our line, ond you'll Bet n. prompt
" .. . ..'. A.,,i ir.,tivthiinrvuu buvlnreli not exactly what you wunt it way bo
and .allxcw,ry ""
I 2-Hnrse Wanon.
I No. 20 Plow.
I 2-Horsc Cutting Harrow.
I 2-Horse Cultivator.
I cast steel Jewel rannc
I Fine Oak Bedroom set with sprinq
I Full Size Bedroom Suit wi'li sprinq
I Slnnle Bedroom Suit with sprinq
I Wardrobe, 2 Extension tables and
2 springer, Jei-ev heifer, 2 Jcrtj
town, 7 'leiftirt, I uir xcii, weight
S.OOO pounds, 1 binder, 1 cultivator.
1 reownr, 1 wko, 1 wheat drill, ferti
lier, 1 turuiittr plow, 1 two-lior-e
wagon good tm new. 2 double shovels
1 hiiKy, 1 bucklxmrd, 'J .sets of bug i
gy linrnwkH, 1 cooking stove, nnd
other liotiehoId and kitchen furni-,
lure too numeioii to montion. Col.
J. P. Chandler, Aiut., Terms made i
known tin day of fale.
George D. Boone,
K. F. 1). No. 1, Stanford, Ky.,
Handle None But the
.rfWE PAY EXPRES"
you havo every .tyle nnd P; "" ". shape f-om which to
UY MAIL, ju.t an ea.y nnd aatl.fnctorj- n you can do it iu the .tore.
ihltiuu that you can nt NOWHEUE ELSE, .uch a. :
Levy's Special Boys'
Suits with 2 pairs
and nil tho Leading LinoH of
Vo iaaue a Uriro
jkip ircn SPMI1 SAMPI.ES FREE
- " - ; mqkkV will be immediately
Members Retail Merchants Association. Rsilioid Fares Fefuniied at Certain Times.
A House Established 50 years Auo. The Lurfjc;,t In Its Unc
And all kinds of farmlnq tools
I Sprinq Wanon.
I Bunny, and set of Harness
3 Sets of Wanon Harness.
And lots of other qoods too numer
ous to mention.
I Finn Economic Chief Cream Sep
arator with 350100 Pound Ca
pacity an hour.
About 75 Barrels of choice pick corn
About200 fine lavinq younq chick
ens. , ,.
About 60 shock of good Fodder.
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nuntY ; .-
IM .rMG r--i-
V tll Vinnr. ai ltuvbtmarVet
flllTH, we m " , i i . "mi m
H1K.1; miLlcn ' j Li i n.K fcr it
lhn pgcnl or i -jui'inloii tticr
chant. Rrftren - litnLinlin
Isville. Wrllfffrw L'v jmcc Int.
M. SADt-L &. SONS
2JI-53 Jt i S3 E. MuVit St. 101MSIUE, It.
"J""'-r"'-..':' ... .
ueaicra in ruiw, mwt, ,uvk.
'JO.OOO people read cacti i-sue of
tho I il. Are von talking to thorn
throu&h nn ndt
Ulutrted cntalofr, which we
fVrfia. nil VArtaiAamt
NOTICE TO SHARE HOLDERS
Tho regular meeting of, the bhnrc
holders of Lincoln County Nntionnl
iSnnlc of Stnnford, Ky., to elect dir
ectors for tho ensuing yar will be
hold nt its banking office in Stan
ford, Ky., on tho wecond IVsdny in
Jiumnry 1912 which 1s Janunry Oth
1012. W. M. Hright. Cashier.
NOTICE TO SHAREHOLDERS.
The regular meeting of the share
holders of Tho First National Hantt
of Stnnford, Ky., to elect directors
(or tho ensuing year will he held nt
ii hanking office in Stnnford, Ky..
on tho second Tuesday in Janunry
1912 which is .Tnnunry 9th 1012. II.
C. Bntighmnn, Cashier.
FLORIDA. CUBA and WESTERN
Are nenr by and comfoitnbly
reached when you consider that the
Sothcni Hnihvny operate daily
through shaping cars from St Louis
rnd Louisville to ICnoxville, Aslivillc
Tourist flick"rts and Ilomcscckors'
tickets jgf- now on sale by all agents
of the Southern Hailway.
Call onnny ngent for rates and
other information, or write for eopy
of "Winter Homos in the South",
"I.nnd of the Sky" booklet, to
J. C. Beam. Jr.. A. G. P. A,
St. Louis, .Mo
For Sulc A Smith Premier, type
writer. Has jut been rebuilt and is
even bit ns eood ns new. Can bo
boimht nt n bargain. Anyone look
iug for a typewriter should come in
and try this one. It can be bought
lor less than half what n now ma
chine costs, nnd i-. ns pood ns n new
one. Apply nt the Interior Journal
onice. " 93tf
kS "-!- 'Jtt 12? '
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t .-. .;.
l l'he hunting soaMiti ts upon us and
nearly overyono wants to poat his
nincc The charge ts -5 cents cash
G. Y. Hastv Herman llir'uolz.
('. T. AVillMin. C. M. Allen,
L. O. Gooeli. .1. H. ManniuK
Hcichenbacli liros. X. II. Primmer,
Fred Yon Allmar. Jucob Gander
Muttie II. Hewes. S. H. liauglimaii
V. P. Belden Trod Yon Gruenisan,
John Ilero-. J. M. Gooch
'in. nnd John Iluffmnn.
William Cordier. J. H. Myers.
.1. W. Ilaushman. I.. P. Minneiiey,
.1. K. Goer, Jhs. ". G. Jlclleo
Uiv. I'ellie Spoonnmore.
O. Kojwr. John M.. Carter.
J. II. tameiuscli. .mis. .uniuouim-j
Jlrs. S. D. Hiatt, Sam Cnstello
II. C. Iiauuhmnu, K. V. Cars-on.
Notice No one allowed to hunt
n my farm. Kov Dudderar.
Cured in His Own Home Town
llopkiiwville, Ky., J. Y. Jordan, n
well nown dentist hviuj on Ken
lucky nvunie, near 7th Street, telK
i lie ay for bis fellow townsmen to
be cuiett of kidney and bladder trou
hlo (. he himself mis cured. "I had
hidm-y trouble in u very bad form
nnd two doctors pel formed mi op
eration, but tho first rclio 1 had wus
after taking; Foley Pills. They hao
doiio mo more boo'I lmu m.vt!unR
eKo I havo tried. I used to havo n
terrible pnin ncross my back but
since taking Foley Kidney Pills 1
liavc rad no pain and gladly recom
mend them to nil whd havo kidney
trouble." Shu-'iirs and Tanner. '
UNDERTAKFR8 AND EM
0ALMER3. ALSO DEAL
CR IN FURNITURE, MAT
TINGS. RUGS. THEY WILL
FOR ALL KINDS OF STOCK.
OIVE THEM A CALL. PRICE
"FRUIT AND SHADE TREES.
Shrubs, Asp.iniKUS, Illinbmb, Peont
,s. Hoses, Phlox, cto. i:erthuii.
'or orchard, hrvn and puden. N
ArciiIb. Our prices may Interest
ou Free (Valmrue.
H. F. Hlllenmever & Sens.
LexttK(oi K .
AWAY GO PIMPLES, BLACK
HEAD, ECZEMA, DANDRUFF
AND OTHER SKIN AF
FECTIONS. When Zemo and Zcmo Soap are Used
Tim lVnny Drug .Store say.8, "
nro so ufiiifiilcnt tliat .h.MU ami
ZILMO SOAP used together wW "''
tho skin or scab) of infant or crown
poison of PIMPLES, IILACKHKU.
ECZEMA. IMNDKUIT, INSECT
KITES or nny form of itching, ir
ritated, disfiguring skin or scalp troti
bio, tluu wo do not hesitate to recom
mend these clean refined remedies
to ex cry person who desires quick,
relief nnd n cine from any fonn of
nirgnivnted skin or scalp affection.
Oftentimes one bottlo nnd ono enke
of sonp will cure n minor case of
ZEMO nnd ZEMO SOAP produce
sure nud swift results. You will not
suffer another dny after you com
mence to use them. You will feci
like u ncV person.
ZEMO nnd ZEMO SOAP enn be
olitaiucil irom one lenuing urugiriM
in every city 'r town in America and
in Stnnford by Penny's Drug store
V noted yesterday the drowning
of a boy named Johnny Ward In Mill
rher. and stated his body bad not
been found. That night a man who
Is familiar with tho circumstances of
the case had a dream In which be
saw the boy, so he states, clinging to
a post under a building. Yesterday a
careful search for the body was made,
and It was found under DafllelB' mill,
on Mill street, tho arms of the lad
firmly clasped about & piece of timber
used for a support to tho building
The finding of tho body In tho posi
tion ns acen In the dream is singular
FALL AND WINTER STYLES.
My new fall and winter samples
uie now ready ror your inspection.
They comprise the best on the market
can suit nuono as to price who nnd
his clothes innde U order. A suit
made to jour measiiie ts preferable
lo reidy made clothes To have them
made to measure doesn't cost any
more than ready made when quality
and fit Is considered. Com0in and
let me take your measure.
H. C RUPLEY. Th Irt ttrl Tailor
See us before you pell, pet price
in countrv or delivered.
. H. B. Northcott.
T lV T 1 "M .
J, , 1 UQOl. jVlfir.
Xearly every man car
ries iu his own fiht tho pow
er to hew out his own fin
ancial destiny, but his suc
cess depends largely upon
his ability to save nione
The STATE BANK &.
TRUST COMPANY, offers
him the opportunity to save
Call and seo us nnd open
an account with ns. Wo
assure you Hint you i
havo no U'urets.
Yours to servo
20 PER CENT OFF
If you want a Coat for all kinds
of weather buy one of our rain- B
coats. - "
W. E. Perkins,
HENRY L. CASEY. D.
Former Director Animal Industry
Philippine Islands. Ex-Veter-
Inarian United Stutes Army
(Jlfice LOGAN'S STABLE, I'honu 4IS2,
Agent American Hog molera Serum.
We br in position to tin nil Unda oC con
' oretlniVincn ua lllock Work. J-VH.mnti
l .n.i iJ? V.i-t chii umko nny tlUnit from a
honledowntonfeiic ioat. We can -nr
too promptly nnd gunrnntes nrt-cln
work nnd mnterlnl Onll nnd get nnr price,
belore yoo buy your mnterlnl nt lenat.
FR0TECT YOUR HORSE
Also yourself when driving; this cold
weather. Wo nro headquarters for
Horse blanket!, lap robes and enr-
tinne heaters. And all horsemen's
) C. McCLARY Stnnfnnl Kv
Made in Louisville by CHAS. C. STOLLOILCO.
y. - vv - v -
OUR DUTY TO OUR DEPARTED ONES IS PLAIN.
WE SHOULD ERECT AN APPROPRIATE MEMORIAL OV
ER THEIR FINAL RESTING PLACE.
A MONUMENT IS NOT EXPENSIVE UNLESS YOU
CARE TO HAVE IT SO.
OUR WORK IS UNSURPASSED AND CONSIDERING
QUALITY, IS VERY CHEAP. WE HAVE A LARGE
STOCK TO SELECT FROM.
- Wm, Adams & Son.
142 N. Broadway,
PLENTY OF LUMBER ON HAND
for nil purposes. So if ou want to
build a bouse, a barn, a chicken
coop, a dor hous.0 or a fence, come
hero for the materials. "We have
till sprts and sizes in both rough
nnd finished lumber and if wo can
not .suit you in kind, quantity, qual
ity and price, nobody can.
UNDERTAKER AND EMBALMER
STANFORD, - KV M
Ottlca 'Phon 17. iiotn 'Fnon IS.
f,,. ;;t1frr. sC
DANIEL BOONE AXLE GREASE
have to grease
but once a