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.TH tTAWFWW WTEWtfl rtURWAL tTWFM, KEHTWKV TUEWAY, JCCEMJEB II, 1112
T. D. NEWLAND,
opposite Court House
and get your winter stoves
J. H. Baughman & Go.
Flour, Meal and Shipstuff
are dealers in Wheat, Corn,Hay
Straw, Salt, Portland Cement
and Coal. Prompt attention
and your money's worth at
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Winter Tourist Tickets
NOW ON SALE
TO ALL WINTER RESORTS
SPECIAL ROUND-TRIP FARES TO
Florida, Cuba, New Orleans, Panama
Long Return Limit Foil Stop-Over Privileges.
Three through daily trains to Florida, via Queen & Crescent
Route. Double daily through service to New Orleans. Elec
trically lighted equipment, including Pullman Drawmg-Room
Sleeping Cars, Dining Cars, and Day Coaches.
For details call on any Ticket Aent. Queen & Crescent Route, or apply to
H.C. KINQ, Passenger & Ticket Agent, 101 G. Main St., Lexington, Ky.
Important Liquet Law
Expected from Cwifress
Washington, Dee. 10. -Reprcen-tntUc
Yalcs Webb, of Tennessee will
mnko n determined effort to secure
notion on hi liquor hill parly in the
short session of congress. Ho will
nttcnipt to foeiiro final nclion on his'
censure hy tho tinio tlio sciiutc lms
disposed of the Kenyon-Sonders hill
uliieh 1ms been net for a vote Do-1
romWr 30. The Webb hill nnd tho
Kcnyon-Snmlorj hill prohihit the
shipment, f liquor into piohihitiun
ttntes for illegal purposes. Senators
Sanders and Keuyon are expected to
get nggrcisively behind their meas
ure as soon us congress meet.
Congressman Webb introduced his
nienitire nearly tluec years ago. La
ter, what is known as the Keuyon
Sheppnrd hill was introduced. It
simply embodies tho Webb hill with
and lidded K'tia providing that
there shall he no jiropcrty right in
Mich liquor while in tho possession
oi any railroad or express company
or other common carrier in connec
tion with nny shipment or transpor
tation thereof in violation uf this
The Sheppnrd section wns strick
en by the tennto judiciary commit
tee mid the Sanders amendment giv
ing to the states police powers over
unlawful shipments was accepted.
Mr. Webb has good reason 'tt believe
that the house judiciary committee,
of which he is ranking member, and
,the house leodcrs will iiilirpoe no
hindrance to notion on Ins measiue.
With the Keiiyou-Sanders bill and
the Webb hill passed by (lie two
houes, the minor differences be
tween the two measures would he
adjusted in conference.
The annual mcetin? of the Stock
holders of the First National Hank,
of Stanford Ky., to elect directors
for tho year 1013, will bo held nt
its banking office tho second Tues
day in January 1913. II. C. Baugh
mnn, Cashier. 1)7-9.
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 book on this Strong bank?
Lincoln County National Bank
Corner Next to
Surplus $100,100.00 Resources $300,000
Courthouse. Stanford, Ky.
W. H. SHANKS, Pros.
W. M. BRIGHT, Cash.
J. II. I'AXTON, V. Pro.
.T. W. ROCHESTER, Ass't Cash
HAVING SOLD OUR FARM. WE W ILL ON
December 12, 1912,
SELL THE FOLLOWING DESCRIBED PROPERTY AT OUR PLACE.
KNOWN AS THE OLD HIGGINS PLACE. 3 MILES FROM CRAI
ORCHARD, ON A COUNTY ROAD LEADING TO THE OTTENHEIM
Notice to Stockholders
The mutual election of directors
of the National Hunk of Hustouvillc
will he held at their hanking house
on the second Tuesday in January
1913. J. W. HOCKKH
Dells! Delist DoJUi
The Ladies' Aid Society, of (he
Christian church wish to call jout
attention to our doll baraar on Sat
urday, Dec. 14, in J. L. IletizlryV
stoie room. All of the dolls will he
n exhibition Thursday, Dec. !'. We
will aNo have many hand made ar
ticles suitable for Xmns rrescnts.
-Mothers, bring jour children let
them select their dolls. A cup of
hot chocolate will be sencd all who
who come to our snlc.
As administrator of Mrs. W. C.
I locker, deceased, I will offer for
sole three shines of bank stock in
the Iliistonville Peonies Hank. Hus
tonville. Kv. 3t-F.
W. O. Sl'EKI), Adm.
Fall and Winter Sultlnqs.
Uf new Fll nd Wlnur Smp!t i bim
ttsnr tat roar Impwtlon. Thfj eoraprlf
the bl on th market. I fan lull anyone
lo prltr who had hit ttothn made to or
nr A mil mad la Jour atainre li pro
frrable lo rradj and clothee. To ha? Ihrra
mad lo meaiure doftn't cott enr more than
rfdf mad. hn onallty end III ll conild
rd. Com. In and M no late roar wu
0. O. KVrt.UT, r PrfHrt! Tsdr
J.L.Beazley & Co
UNDERTAKERS AND EM
BALMER8. ALSO DEAL
ER IN FURNITURE, MAT
TINGS, RUG8. THEY WILL
FOR ALL KINDS OF STOCK.
GIVE. THEM A CALL. PRICE
The annual meeting of the share
holders of the Lincoln County Na
tional Hank, of Stanford, Ky. to elect
directors for tho year 1913 will !
held at its banking office the sec
ond Tuesday m January. 1913. W.
iL Hright. Cnshier. 97-9.
$25.00 In Gold Given Away
R. Jf. Newland, the Life and Fire
Insurance agent here, will give n to
bacco show on the 2nd Monday in
January court day, 1913.
$15 in gold for the best sis hands
of lugs to weigh not less than four
$7.50 for the second best.
$2.50 for the third best.
No trash leaf or red sousidered.
A. W. King. Danville, Ky., Judge.
Talk with me about your fire nnd
life insurance. R. ai. NEWLAND.
L M. NEWLA1TO
TAN FORD, KY.
We are paying the highest
market price for Turkeys
Give us a call before you
H. B. Northcott
One pair 9 year old horses, sound
and nonil workers.
I Black combined saddle horse
drives well and works anywhere.
I six year old hav mare a aood
worker and In foal to a horse.
I comlnq two year old bay (illy.
I comlnq 2 year old horse colt.
1 comlnq 2 year old horse mule.
6 extra aood milk cows.
2 extra Jersey heifers.
12 head aood steer calves.
12 head nice heifer calves.
2 Durec sews, bred ts have phis in
17 head extra fine 120 pound shoals.
2 ricks of nood oats.
4 ricks of timothy hav.
100 barrels of corn.
3 two horse waqons.
3 turnlnn plows. I aood tonaueless
disc harrow, I McCormack Cinder.
I Walter A. Wood Mowlrio. machine.
2 aood sets waaon harnrts.
2 aood sets butrav harness.
i Mover buoav. aood as new.
I new saddle.
I DeLaval cream separator. No. 2.
3 5-aallon milk cans.
50 bushels of aood potatoes.
AND MANY OTHER THINGS TOO NUMEROUS TO MENTION
R. F. D. NO. I STANFORD. KY.
COL. J. P. CHANDLER. Auet.
aiR. FARMER: Mala vonr home as modern for rout
fnmilv ns n nice residence, nnd olnco voureelf in a ooi
tion to eet the Intent mnrkct auotn tious nt anv time.
This run bo accomnlished bv means of our tetenhona
pcrviro which vou and vour neighbors can cct for a turn
that is small compared with the benefit received. Call
)r address our nearest office or write direct to bead
Quarters. Nashville. Tenn.. for information reenrdine
our Hoceial "Farmers Line" rate. If vou are not nt tires
ent euiovinc teleobone service, we can immediately interest vou. Our lines
cover the States of Kentucky. Tennessee. MiBHiesmm. Louisiana nnd the
Southern portion of Indiana nnd Illinois Cumberland Tel. & Tel. Co.
Tlurnj white, clear nd
teadr to tho Uit drop. "ur
tl aako of everyone In tho
family, tnilit on fcavlnr
Sollte Lamp OH
8mokelea - Sootleu Odor-
leae coati no more than in
terior inK-T"iron fclrrt?.
oavta ejei;iave money, tour dealer bailt la barrels direct Iropi our woru
CHAS. C. STOLL OIL CO.. LWKVRLL KY.
IUur i 7rta, Fa. IllctkOnaU Motor OaMltee, -NCart.- AeU OH.
Postea iiuniina Foroidden.
We, whoso names are signed be
low, positively forbil anv hunting
or fishing upon our premises:
Y. F. Scmonis, Wm. J. Bock, Fred
VonQruenignn, G. Baumann, Chas.
T. Willson, Ed Gooch, Lutes & Myers
C. M. Allen. Ed Ballard. J. II. Car
ter, John aL Carter, Sam Castello,
airs, aiollie White. J, H. aiyers.
E. U. Hatfield, L. P. Nunnelley.
Hcman Distili, Fred Beyer.
J. B. Chmenisch. Will Cordier.
ainttio II. Hewes, Frank Cordier,
We will sell Edison was cylinder
records ns long ns our -supply lasts
nt the following list prices:
Stuudurd (two-minute) . .21c each
Amberol (four-minutoj . . 31c each
E. C. Garman & Sod
00-8 Logan Ave., Stanford Ky.
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THERE IS 'REAL PAINT
and also some stuff mixed with
eheapcuing materials thut is not
wotthy of the name. If yon have
bad experience with tho latter kind
? Hon't want another. If you
haven't take our advice and don't
. experiment. Buy our real paints
and save yourself disappointmeut
and sioney as welL
j A. ALLEN. ;stanftrd.Kv
UNtHRTAKER AN MiALMIR
" STANFMt KWTUCKY.
Is theNicest This SeasonEverSeen inThis Section
Adams Bros'. Store is Santa Claus'
COME IN AND SEE OUR
YOU CANT BEATOUR
Jewelry, Silverware, Tableware, Bric-a-Brac, Toys of All Kinds,
Candies, Fruits, Nuts, Etc.
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