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TM LITEM H JgJIWjU STANFSRt. KENTUCKY. FIHMY, ItOCIItHJUtj
Cummins & Wear en Dissolve Partnership
Having decided to dissolve partnership, we will close out our entire stock of Clothing, Shoes, Furnishings, Hats, Rubbers, Rubber Boots,
etc, at and below cost. NOTHING IN STOCK WILL BE RESERVED. Don't miss this opportunity, as this is no fake sale, but a fcen-
uine closing out sale, where you can buy your winter needs at actual cost, and some goods below cost.
We have a full line of Hart, Shaf fner & Marx all wool suits and overcoats. Come in and get first pick. Thanking all our friends 'for
past favors, We are very respectfully,
CUMMINS & WEAREN
Your old shoes have been waterproof
all this dusty fall but they wont do now.
You must put on good ones made all of
LEATHERr-of tho VERY BEST LEATHER
that tanners can produce, the best that
man can make for the feet is not too good.
We buy the very best that hides and
skilled labor can produce. No one can do
more, and we do not believe all as much.
Every shoe in our house, from a 50 cent
Baby Shoe to a $10.00 Witch Elk, is guar
anteed ALL LEATHER.
We offer a line, of Work Shoes that we
believe are unequaled an this section. A
line at $1.75,. $2.00 ahd $2.50 as solid
as a bone.
Then comes "Menzies," the BEST work
shoe on earth, in Tan'and Black at $3.50;
in Black or Sjp'oke Color at $4.00, $5.00
and $7.50. These are the nearest water
proof shoes that can be iade out of leath
er. Then we show a 16-irich 1:op "Menzies"
Tan, 'and a corking good one, at $6.50..
Wp atone 'sell the 'celebrated "With
'Eli' '"Shoe 'at $7.r50 and Sl'O.OO.
The old Honest Mike Boot .and 'Shoe
are 'aV ?dod ae ever, and we alone sell
1 The Interior Journal.
tefore you 'decide
Blizzard Fronts, Lap Robes, Horse
Blankets, Foot Warmers and
Heating Stoves are in de
Call and see us.
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$ Ja StNt Awty
X. M.HMHi tka Life and Tire
Ibhnm aMt bM, will icita to
twM ahw m tka M Monday is
Jaaaary Mt day, 1W3.
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k. Wk "Slag, DaaTOIe. Ky., Jndg
Talk with sae about yaar fire and
life insurance. H. M. JEWLND.
6HELT0N Ji. BADFLEI.
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STRICTLT IN ADVANCE
Enltrrd at tho pottoffeo at Stanford at tie
end clan malt matttr
To will sell Edison wax cylinder
records as Jong aa our supply lasts
at tae following list, prices:
Standard (two-ainuU) K.21e each
liWrol (foui-mnnte) WB, flic 'each
Ml . Log aa Are., 8Uai Ky.
The announcrmtnti In Ihli column ar ot
candldatta for otllce, lubjrtt lo lha action of
the Democratic primary No announctmcaii
will ba made, nnlcaa paid for In adranct:
U. B. UAUU1IMAN
B. W. GXVEN8
i. U. WEAT1IEKFORD
T. J. HILL
tor Count Judjt
T. A. ftlCE
U. F. NORTH
DINK FARMER .
,. WILLIAM XL IIE8TXB
W. A. CARSON
Far Amour C
P. L. BECK
8. M. OWENS
j . B. H. BRONAUOH
P. a 8ANDID0K
J. B. BOONE
W. T. QARNBB
WM a LONG
J T GRIFFIN
The protracted meeting closed at
at the Bethel church last Tuesday
night. "We certainly had. a fine meet
ing held by Eev. Hubbard, of Stan
Mrs. David Proctor still remains
in- very bad health.
Mr. J. R. Taylor and family visit
ed W. E. Taylor last Sunday.
Morris Taylor visited tho fair sex
r.i-Spira a.fc day? ago.
Mr. W. R. 'Brown and family, of
Ottowa visited Tdr.and Mrs. W. E.
Taylor last Sunday.
Mr. Sam Proctor says that the
wedding bells will soon ring in this
There, will be .'praier iSMeiing at
the Logan's 'creek church Tuesday
nht WVare expecting a large
crowd."' .it ."-,.
Everybody is gathering corn on
account -of a (rood .showec of rain.
f, rs. "Lowell, whp,is"knpwy s;
Gntuuma, Lowell, ,,in tnis, part ox tne
country has been very ill, but is
thought to be improving.
Mr. Jesse Daugherty has been
very low ith the typhoid fever oat,
Mr. Rambo, of the Maywood sec
tion, who got his hand hurt a few
days ago, is improving.
Mrs. Willis Adams has been on
the sick list for a few days, but is
Mr. and Mrs. Ware Adams, were
called from Somerset to the bedside
of his sick mother, but returned
Mr. Jackson Daugherty who was
here on a short visit from Somerset
has returned home.
The committee met at the Logan's
creek church house Thursday morn
ing to remove the old roof and put
the new one on, but on account of
the rain thoy decided to wait until
weather faired up.
Miss Lake Carter delightfully en
tertained a few of her friends at her
home Sunday afternoon with a
singing. Those who wore present were
Miss Selba Johnson, Miss Myrtle
Montgomery. Miss Lake Carter, Mr.
Forest Wilcher, Mr. Willie Lucas, Mr
Walton Johnson, and Mr. Logan
M. Gay Snow is building a new
Mrs, Hayden Reynolds and chil
dren, of Waynesbnrg, visited her
parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Snow
Miss Pearl Kknble is staving with
Mrs. Katherine Smith-
Dro. Couch filled his appointment
at this place Sunday afternoon.
Mrs. W. J. Montgomery and Mrs.
Myrtle visited the former's mother,
Mrs. A. J. Reynolds, of Waynesbnrg
Saturday and Sunday. Mr. Logan
Johnson called on Miss Birdie Wall
lr. W. C. TooHkhs and family have
recently mored to McKiaaey.
are actually weak, run
down they are slowly
deteriorating they need
strength and nourishment
for body and brain.
Scott's Emulsion corrects
nervousness it is essentially a
food a concentrated, nourish
ing, curative food to restore the
healthy action of body cella,
fortify the blood, sharpen the
appetite, make atrengtb,
health, energy and vigor.
As pure as milk, it is readily
assimilated nourishes every
organ and every tissue. Phy
sicians everywhere recoaa
mend Scerf'a Emmisitt with
absolute confidence ia its
beneficial results. Don't wak
, start now, but assist oat
C N mlcohol or thmgt,
Scott a Bowwa. taoaaSrid. H. J. 1MI
Reports lmo been cnllcd for from
both stnto and nntiounl banks as
Xov. 2Gth. Reports from Lincoln
rounty banks will 1 published is
nrst Tuesday's issuo if they reach
tins office m time.
Tho annual mcctinc of tho Stock
holders of tho First Kntional Hunk,
of Stanford. Ky., to elect directors
for tho j car 1U13, will bo held at
it banking office tho second Tues
day in Jnnunry 1013. II. C. Ilnugh-
man, Cashier. 07-9.
Could Shout for Joy
"I want to thank you from the
bottom of my heart," wrote C. B.
Under, of Lcwisbunr, W. Va., "for
the wonderful double benefit I got
from Electric Bitters, in curing me
of both a severe case of stomach
trouble and of rheumatism, from
which I had been an almost help
less sufferer for ten years. It suit
ed my case as tboueh mnde just for
me." For dyspepsia, indigestion;
jaundice and to rid the system of
kidney poisons that cause rheuma
tism, Electri&Bitters have no, super
ior. Try them. . Every . bottle is
guaanteed to satisfy. Only 50cts at
all drnagisls. , , t
The annual meeting of tho share
holders of the Lincoln County Na
tional Dank, of Stanford, Ky. to elect
directors for the year 1013 will bo
held nt its banking office tho sec
ond Tuesday in January. 1013. W.
M. Bright, Cashier. 97-0.
Mrs. Priscilla Brown left lasfc
Monday to spend tho winter with
her sou, Mr. W. B. Boyd, at Yuma,
An. She had her Interior Journal
renewed and sent to that place. Sbe
says it will be like a letter from
Mr. Walter Moscr spent Thanks
giving holidays with Mr. and Mrs.
William Short at Maddleburg.
Dr. and Mrs. M. Lee Pipes and
son, James returned home Sunday
from a visit in Texas and other
Rev. Pollet, ,of Lancaster, began
Monday night ith Rev. Enos Wag
ner a rcvinl at the Methodist
church, it will continue about two
Miss Lelin Bell Jones spent last
week with Mrs. John Riffe at IIus
tonville. "Mr. Earl Bell has the spinal men
ingitis. , ,, , , ,
Mrs, John Myers has otta quite
d, Ire, atrmitfctwey, ja .
anaaa datMt a Ik BOtal waawv mwm
Why Have "Wex-rea?"
riTbU is awnam wky wobms
aJaiaMtr wmd uartajav., ImwiIim tai
like Iriai amam taro4teat Had
L.- a nt tm ti.iM (a
aMoatrettable awvoaaasM. 0eUia4 auf t be wroM with tka M ?
weau arUr y, but sit the time the real ,rofcle yy$m ""jf ?
woasalr ottua, la bum eet out of tea the teat ol the tuSeuUy U bera fd
maw a&ould take ntioaal treataeat for its cure. The local duorder and inlaav
atatioa of the delicate apecial orfaoa ol the tea ahould be treated tteadily aad
Dr. PUroe, during lost period of practice t fouaa that pftaenplion made
froa aediciaal cztracuoi native imli. without the uie ot alcohol, relieved over 90
per ecat. ol iuch case. After uain( this remedy (or many yeara in hit private prac
tice he put it up in lora oi Dr. Pierce' Favorite Preacriptioa, that would make it
easily procurable, and it can be had at any (tore where nedicinei are handled.
Mas. Liu. B. rUwaiss, of Zeus, Va., writes: " I had been falling In health
for two yeara most of the time was not ablo to attend to my household duties.
Fcmalo weakness was my troublo and 1 was getting very had but, thanks to Doctor
Vlerce's medicines, I am well and strong again. I took only threo lottle of I avpr
Ito Proscription,' and used the ' Lotion Tablets.' 1 havo nothing but pralso for
Doctor Pierce's wonderful medicines."
TAKE DR. PIERCE'S PLEASANT PELLETS FOR UVfiR ILLS.
W .AJribble figft
A CHECK BOOK
Is easier to carry than a wallet filled with currency, silver or gold.
It adds dignity to your transactions and gives much satisfaction.
Checks arc of no value except to person in whose favor drawn.
Can you afford to keep your money at home or in your pocket,
when you can have, without expense, a Check boek on this strong bank?
Lincoln County National Bank
Cnpitnl $100,000 Surplus $100,100.00 Hcsourcos $500,000
Corner Next to Courthouse. Stanford, Ky.
W. II. SHANKS, Pres.
W. M. imiGHTy Cash.
J. II. I'AXTON, V. Prcs.
J. W. ROCHESTER, Aes't Ca.h
ARE LOOKING FOR SOMETHING UP-TO-DATE.
WE HAVE IT IN LADIES' AND MISSES' COATS AND
COAT SUITS. SO COME AND TAKE A LOOK.
, Crab Orchard, Ky.
,n i- ,krf nn rl1 I
We now find ouricl tc oventbded
oh Suits aiid overcoats, mnd for the
next 10 days' only we will sell them
at cost and under cost.
Shoes for Service
Remember, we carry a full
line of Barker fchoes for Men
and Boys-the best shoe made
for hard wear.
W. E. PERKINS
Crab Orchard, Ky
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