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fHE STANFORD INTERIOR JOUR NAL STANFORD, KENTUCKY
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JOHN WHITE & CO. LIUISVILLE.KY.
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HOLIDAYS,!
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Reminds us of our host of friends
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Box of Collars
Selection of Ties
Holeproof Socks.
Silk Socks
Stylish Hats
Kid Gloves
Umbrellas.
Sweaters
Shoes
Box of Shirts
Mufflers from 25c to $7.50
Handkerchiefs
Traveling Bags
Over Coat
Suit
Aviation Caps
Suspenders
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A full line of Novelties that are new
Call and take a look. '&
Cummins & Wearen g
Stanford, - Kentucky.
THE FARMERS
Wc have ix bujer for ft farm ot
about 100 acres woll improved and
on pike. If you have anything near
this, list it with tia. Hushes & Mc
Carty, Stanford. 02t'f
v For Snlc A few nico nicnt hogs;
weight 200 to 300 pounds. W. II.
Mumhv. Phono 00-3" rings. 03-2
For Sulc. 50 ncrcs of timber
(and on Olteiihcitn pike Frank Cole
man,fl(oute, ,1 Stanford, 98-Stp.
For Sale. 800 lushels ot shell
ed oats, 200 bushels orchard grass
bccd, GOO bales timothy hay, fi fancy
Polled Durham weanling bull enhes
.A No. 1. Duroc Jersey boar. A. V,
Carpenter, Morcland, Ky. 98-tf.
In a letter to the Farmers' Homo
Jouninl Alex It. Denny oneof tbo
bcst kuoovwi farmers of Garrard,
ritc3 as follows:
Having been n fanner and feed
er of cattlo for oer fifty years I
haw noted the increasing diffi
culty of poeuring suitable cattle
for feeding purposes. One of tbo
principle causes in my judgment is
tne crae for Jersey cattle, good for
milk and butter but a failure for
beef purposes and entailing a grent
loss to the fnnneis of Kentucky.
The loss is the nlue of the calves
is enormous. Calculate the differ
ence between the small pittance re
ceived for. tbo Jersey calf and the
Shorthorn as weanling, and you
will begin to fico the lor-s to ecry
owner of n cow. Now in by opinion
tbo remedy for this ttate of nt'fnirs
is to introduce Shorthorn bulls and
nide up the Jersey which will pro
duce a good milker and add vastly
to the profit of the steers for feed
ing purposes.
I submit this view to the judg
ment of my follow.
Christmas Goodies
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Clean, Dry Heat
Clean, dry heat, with no
smoke or odor and with
no flying ashes or soot
that is what you get with
a Perfection Smokeless
Oil Heater.
Perfection
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The Perfection is the most reli
able and convenient heating device
you can find. It is always ready
for use. There are no pipes or
flues or wires to bother you. You
can pick it up and take it wherever
extra warmth is wanted.
Every mechanical improvement that
experience could lugged was already
embodied in the Perfection Heater.
This year we have tried to add to it
appearance. The drums are finished
either in turquoise-blue enamel or plain
tee!, as you prefer; nickel irimmagt;
at ornamental as it is indispensable to
comfort
A ipecul utomtic device bolutd prereoii
tmolung. All putt eulr cloned. Gtlloa foot;
lata nine bours. Cool hndl) duipef top.
Dolm mfrwtmi at wnt tor daaiptn arcaW I
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Standard Oil Company
(lacorporaUd)
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SANTA CLAUS
is making! our storo his headunr
lers this jear, for tbo nicest Can
dies, Fruits, Nuts etc., ever seen in
Stanford.
AH fresh Moek'ond at prices ev
erybody can nffoiM to pay.
C. L. Govtr
Restaurateur
Stanford, Ky.
When words fail send our girl a
bos of "Dolly Vnrden" candy, She'll
like it.
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EASY TO GET RID
OF DANDRUFF
D.uidniff menus Hint down near
the roots of jour hair there n
va'.t army of little iniible genus
or inierolws.
And tbi-. ui my ueer sleep-.; it
wnge a war of destriietion night
and day. It de-troys the nouri-h-mcut
that the hair inut have in or
der to glow Msornusly and nbun
dantlv.
PAIHSIAX SAGK How sold all
oer Anienca will destroy the-o
jzernis nud at the same time furnwli
the hair root with ju-t the jiniper
noiiri-hiuent to make hair grow lut
rous nil luxuriant.
PAIMSIAK SAGK U guaranteed
by G. U IVimj to bntiih dandruff,
stop falling hair and itching scalp
or money back. It is a delightful
hair dressing that wins instant fnor
with refined women. Sold for only
50 Cents a large bottle by G. L. l'en-
. ny nnd druggi-ts eerj where. Girl
with Auburn hair on ccry rnrton
and bottle.
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HEADQUARTERS
W. H. Tray lor Sale
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As executor of W. H, Traylor, I will on FRIDAY,
DECEMBER 1 5, 1 1 9 1
Beginning afc 8 a. m. at his late residence on the
Goshen turnpike, near Stanford, offer for sale all of
his property, real and personal, consisting of house
hold and kitchen furniture, player pia"no, 2 desks,
bees, carriage, buggy, lot ot hogs, 23 two-year-old
mules, Y mule, colts, 9 work mules, 8 cows ana
calves, 3 yearling steers, about600 bushels wheat,
lot of corn; 5O0 bales of straw, 1,500 shocks, of fod
der, twine-binder, mower, manure spreader, wheat
drill, plows, gears, wagons, iron safe, giaphohone
in short everything in the shape of furniture, new
and oldy farming implements, and produce.
10 shares of stock in Lincoln County National
Bank; 1 share'in Stanford Creamery Co-
The land will be sold in the following parcels:
1 The home place, containing the celebrated Edge
wood Distillery and large frame dwelling heated Tby
steam, With all modern conveniences, and all the
Dudderar land on that side of the river.
2 The Dudderar mill property and all land on that
side of the river.
3 The John Traylor farm.
4 The John Traylor Distillery at Gilberts Creek.
This arrangement as to land is subject to change.
Terms announced on day of sale.
J. B. Paxton, Exor.
Col. J. P. Chandler, Auct.
rM3For substantial Xmas
ft m m guts in an Kinas oi
Jn&r. furniture, ftnnri floods
'TiZ oos .tv.&v vr11 nimrf tvorto Uo
iS have the gpods.Come
to see us and vouwillbe convinced that
they are worth the low prices we ask
for them.
Suites, Tables,Chairs, Rockers, Beds
Springs, Mattresses, Cots, Hall
Trees, Davenports, Couches,Pic-
tures, Bookcases, Trunks, Com-
forts, Blankets, Carpets, Rugs
And Mattings.
W. A. TRIBBLE,
Stanford. Ky.
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If you want a1 Coat for all kinds
; of weather buy one of our rain-
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1W7 I? P,kJric CRAB ORCHARD,
W. E. rerkins, Kentucky.
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Do You Feel This Way?
GOOD S
has helped countless
thousands of thin, weak,
delicate children made
them strong, plump
and robust.
It creates an appetite,
aids digestion, fills the
veins with rich red
blood.
After illness or loss
of weight from any
cause, it brings strength
and flesh quicker than
anything else.
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" line of XMAS novelties in Belt
Buckles, Beaded Bags, Purses Bar-
S rettes, Bows, Frills, Collar Sets, Frill o
9 Pins etc. Also Toys galore. Come see i:
! us before you buy that Xmas present
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Stanford, Ky. ' g
Do you (eel all tired out? Do vou loroetimei
think you iutt can't work awuv at vour orofet-
i!on or trade any longer? Do you bate a poor ipe
lite. end lay awake at nilil unabte to leeD? Are
your pen et all one, and your itomach loo? Hit am
bilioa to forie ahead in the wojIJ left you? If to, you
might at well put ttop to your misery. You can do it, if
you will. Dr. Pierce's Golden Medical Discovery will
make you a different individual. It will act your lazy liver
Jo work. It; will set things right in your stomach, and
your appetite will come back. It will purify your blood.
( there is any tendency in your family toward consumption,
it will keep that dread destroyer away. Even alter eon
sumption has almost gained .foothold in the form of
lingering cough, bronchitis, or bleeding at tbo lungs, it will bring about
cure in u8 per cent, ol all cases. It is remedy prepared by Dr. R. V. Pierce,
of Buffalo, N. Y., whose aivici It then frit to oil who wish to write him. His
great success has come from his wide experience and varied practice.
Don't be wheedled by a penny-grabbing dealer into tuking inferior substi
tutes for Dr. Pierce's medicines, recootmended to be "just as good." Dr.
Pierce's medieinea are op known comfosition. Their every ingredient printed
on their wiappcrs. Made from rocts without ojlcohols Contain no habit
forming drugs. Worldjs Uiipcnmry Medical Association. JluOalo, N. Y.
FIT. COMFORT & DURABILITY
IF YOU WANT A SUIT OF C L0THES WITHOUT AN EQUAL
THAT iNSUrtEVTHE'W&ffiEr? F IT. COMFORT AND OUrTAUUTY.
A , TRIAL WILL C0NV1NCeqU. WE MAKE THE PRICE AND SELL
THE GOODS.
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L. L. SANDERS.
Crab Orchard,
Kentucky.
NOTICE TO SHARE HOLDERS
Tho regular meeting o tbo shoro
holders of Lincoln County National j
l:nnk of Stanford, Ky., to elect dir
ectors for tho ensuing year will bo
held nt its banking offico in Stan
ford, Ky., on thu tccond Tu-sdny in
January 1912 which Is January 9th I
101L'. M. Ilnght. Cnshior.
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NOTICE TO SHAREHOLDERS.
The regular meeting of tho hhare
holders of Tho Fint National Bunk
of Stanford, Ky., to elect dircctots ,
for tho ensuing year will bo held nt
its banking ottico in btnnioni, ivy..
on tho second Tuebday in Jnnuaiy i
3912 which is January 0th 1912. II. I
C. ltuiixhman, I usuier.
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Stanford, Ky
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Ha ing old, my farm I v ill sell,
ut puMiu miction at tho ol'd' Wm Hig-
gins farm, four miles west of Crab '
'Orchard, o'n: i
Wednesday, December 20, 9II
The following property: 5 head of
korsM, 1 goo' work Hiaro 'n '0ul
lo horso. I good family maro not
ufruid oi aut or train, 1 fte-yenr-old
hot i 1 two.ycar-old horse,
tuy ficA cou' h stallion Jlikado, 27
lu-oA oi cattlo, 10 yearling stoois,
'2 6nngiB. Jent-y liviferd, 2 Jersey
cowc. 7 litifirs, 1 uir oxeti, weight
3,00(j pounds, 1 binder, 1 cultivator,
1 mower, 1 rake, 1 wheat drill, ferti
lizer, 1 turning plow, 1 two-horso
ungon good as new. 2 double shovels
1 bugpy, 1 buckboard, 2 sets of bug
gy harness, 1 cooking stove, and
other household and kitchen funii
turo too numerous to mention. Col,
J. P. Chandler, Auct.r Terms made
known on day of sale.
Gearge D. ioone,
It. F. D. No. 1, Stanford, Ky.,
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