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THE ITAHFIWO INTERIOR JOURNAL. STANFORD, KENTUCKY TUESDAY, DECEMIER II, 1912
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If You Value Your Eyesight
Yosi wMaepsie yew
raadinf tafe4a with a
Asrtherieiea agree that a good Immm oH lamp ia the best for
rsaaaog. Thf lUyo ia As beet of smbs aaeda, tba.reealt of yaara
ef aciantWe rady.' It fhraa a ataady white light, claar, mellow.
Mad of aaltd braaa, akkal pasted. Caa be Mftttsd without re-
neving cnunnsy or shads, .msmy to clean and rawfck.
STANDARD OIL COMPANY
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Personal and Sectal.
MiR Elizabeth Iloltzclaw U iiito
ill with grip nt Iho homo f her
grandfather, W. II. Underwood near
IWUl Find 8 Helpful Suggestion
In This Letter.
Overworked, run-down, "fsssed
out women who feci as though the
could hardly drag about, should profit
by Miis Klchter's oxporlcnco. Sha
Bars: "LaU winter I was completely
run down and felt fagged out all tho
time, was nervous and bad Indiges
tion. "One of my friends advised mo to
take Vlnol, and It has dono mo great
good. Tho tired, worn-out feeling Is
all gone, and I am strong, vigorous
and well. The stomach troublo soon
disappeared and now I oat heartily
and ha to perfect digestion. I wish,
every tired, weak, nervous woman
could havo Vlnol, for I never spent
any money In my life that did mo so
much good as that I spent foe Vlnol."
Marie Rlchvr. Detroit. Hit.
Thousands of women and men
ho wero formerly, weak and sickly
owe their present ' rugged health to
the wonderful strength-creating effects
of Vlnol. We guarantee Vlnol to build
70a up and make you strong. It
It does sot. we lire tack your money.
Penny's Drug Store, Stanford, Ky.
Miss Opliclin Lackey, of Crnb
Orchard, in uniting her relative mid
J. L. Ttttten wiih here o.mrt day,
from Lebanon,' Blinking lmndn with
Col. S. T. Ilaris is nhlo to he out
on crutches. Hi ninny friends wcru
glad to sco liitn out again.
Mrs. Tol Walker nnd children, of
Lancaster, havo rotnrne liouic after
a visit to . O. Walker nnd family.
Mr. I'Mmislmi nnd Minn Snllic
M'-Whoiter, Crab Orchard wero
Mrs. .lonti Hall, of Lancaster, who
has been visiting licr daughter, Mrs.
Ilohon Campbell returned home
.Mr. T. T. Martin, of Lexington, is
here nt the bedside of his father,
Mr. Alex Martin, who Mill remains
Miss Ienn Palmer and mother,
Mrs. Annie I'niitt spent Saturday
and Sunday in Kirksvillp with Miss
Hew J. H, Jones hns returned from
Chicago, where he has hefcn for
treatment. His many friends nTO glad
to see him looking o much better.
Mrs. Mattio V. Kirby has arrived
homo after n visit to friends in
Washington, I). C. nnd Annapolis,
Md. She also hnd a pleasant sojourn
with her relatives, Dr. and Mrs. II.
('. Xunucllcy of Winchester.
Mrs. n. I), Carter nnd Mrs. W. S.
Dcnham wero in Danville Inst week.
Miss Lucy .Simpson, of Louisville
is hero visiting relatives nnd friends
Mr. Hello Dnltou left laFt week
In Hpnd tlio winter with Mrs. Gar
nettf at Cave City.
Mr. nnd Mrs. Adam Pence arc re
ceiving congratulations 5111 the arri
val Of a little sou.
George 1), Florence left yesterday
for Somerset nnd Danville to look
after somo legal affairs.
Mrs. J. F. La Hue, of Louisville,
was here with her mother, Mrs. Dnd
ilerar, for a few days.
Mr. and Mrs, John Hright ' nnd
children were in Paint Lick Tuesday
the guests of her purcnts, Dr. and
Mrs. lliiTdctto ltnmscy.
Miss Florence Carter has return
ed home after a visit to Misses Tnrk
ingtnn at Pnrkftvillc.
Messrs. J. S. uiitl V. M. Mohley,
of Ho.Kiimoy, were in town Monday
fur n short time.
Mis'! Anna Warren has returned
home after spending several months
in Paris, where sho has been work
ing fori lie Hoiirhon News.
Misses May Warren and Knther
111c Anderson went to Lancaster
Monday to nsit in the big sale that
H. If. Ilatson is having.
Mrs. ('. L. Cover and daughter,
Mary Louise and have returned
honip after a visit to her sister Mrs.
Hen.ie Ilielm at Louisville for tw.i
SHORT LOCAL HEWS
Lost. Meerschaum pipe. Upturn
ti) this office. Howard.
Do not neglect to get some of the
Hames hooks for Xmas gifts. 97-2.
For Sale ur Iteut. On January 1,
1P1.1 my house on Main street. II,
C. Hangliniiiii. !)&-tf.
Harry Jacobs tho Monument Man,
hns tho contract for a fine granite
monument for tint Intc Mr. K. L.
Tanner to bo erected in tho Mc.Kin
ney cemetery. Also a nice monu
ment for L. M". Combcst at Dtinn
The ladies of tho Baptist church
will hold their annual exchango and
bazaar December 21st, nt the post
office. Doors ipen at JO A. M. All
kinds of cakes, fowls, candies and
fancy urticlcs, nlso black caket
The Results Made This Newburg
Udy Glad She Fallowed
Kewburg, A1A. "For more than a
year," writes Myrtle Cothrom, of this
place, "I suffered with terrible pains In
my hack and head. I had a sallow
complexion, and my face was covered
with pimples. Our family doctor only
gave me temporary relief.
,A friend of mine advised me to try
Cardul, so I began Uklag It, at once,
nd with tho- bast results, for I was
cured after taking two bottles. My
mother and my aunt have also used
Cardul and -were -greatly benefited.
I shall always praise Cardul to sick
and suffering women."
Cardul Is a purely vegetable, per
fectly harmless, tonto remedy for wo
men, and will benefit young and old.
Its Ingredients are mild herbs, har
lng a gentle, tonic effect, on the wo
Cardul has helped a million women
bick to health and strength.
Have you tried It? It not, please
do. It may bo Just what you need.
H. B. Wrilt Ini l.tUn' Mitiart Dtp!., putt
00c Mfdklnt Co., Chitlanooca. Tnn., lor Special
Initruetuml. and M-pjrt book. Horn TrtaUMBl
far Wtan," MM la puis vrapptr, n;wlU
Our entire stock goes nt cost,
Cummins & Wenrcn.
A splendid selection of watches
clocks, jewelry etc, for Xmas pres
ents at Mueller's 92-tf.
Don't foruet tho bazaar nnd x-
phnuge of the Baptist church at tho
post offico batunmy, December 21,
Cakes candies and fancy nrticlcs for
sale. Doors open nt 10 A. M
Kvcry hat in our-storo at or be
low cost. Misses Strnub. 1)7-2.
Our Xmas goods arc ready for
your inspection. Ceo. If. Farris.
Higgcst bargain ever $1 lino of
plates now 50c at Farris. 97-2.
For holiday presents which will
last a life time go to Mueller's jew
elry store. 90-tf.
Use tho books by Geo. 0. Barnes,
Evangelist for Xmas gifts: Beray
hlippth Xmns price 75 cents. Anglo
Israel lectures 75c. Order from Mrs.
Mary B. Craig, Stanford, Ky. 97
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Stale ffianc & urust Company
Loans and Bilb Discounted $93,256.27
Furniture and Fixtures 3,982.50
Geaeral Expenses,. 1,885.02
House and Lot 14,528.21
Overdrafts, secured and unsecured 2,810.99
Deposited witk Natieaal Banks 38,076.02
Cash m kand v 16.956.52
1 Total $171,495.53
Capital Stock $50,000.00
Undividnd ProfiU 227.92
Rents and Interest for past six months 2,845.05
Rediscounts 1 1, Nene
Bills Payable ; None
We have on display a pretty line of artir
cles for gifts.
Japanese Baskets, 50c to $3.00.
Sewing Sets, 10c to 50c.
Jewel Boxes, 25c to $1.00.
Shaving Pads, 10c.
Glove Boxes, Handkerchief Boxes, Pin
Cushions, Hat Pin Holders, Hair Receivers,
Nail Files, Shoe Buttoners, Pin Trays, Etc.
Neatest line of Handkerchiefs we have
ever shown. Come to the big sale and buy
your Christmas needs, too.
We had a big crowd on opening day. Hun
dreds took advantage of the cut prices on
Cloaks, Suits and Dresses.
Severance & Son.
To Iho ladies of the Christian
church. You arc urgently request
ed to deliver all contributions to the
ChriMmns bazaar on Thursday
morning, the 32th nt J. L. Beazley's
btore. Mrs. J. B. Foster.
Our stock must be reduced to dis
solve partnership. Cummins &
For holiday presents which will
last a life time go to Mueller's jew
elry store. 90tf
For Rent For 1913 pro-erty
now occupied by I. M. Bruce, on
Logan avenue. A. T. Nunnelley. 94
.Mid-week service nt the Presby
terian church Wednesday evening
Dec. 11. The Child's Learning-Come.
You can buy goods from Cum
mins & W'earen cheaper now than
you ever bought them anywhere.
Just the Thing for Her
We have put on display in our windows the latest
things in Stationery, Letter Paper and Envelopes.
Nothingnicer can be found for a Christmas Gift
Prices are lower than you will usually find elsewhere
PENNY'S, The Rexall Store.
STin or Ohio Citt or Toledo.
Ldcu oocntt. f
F&i-tx J. Chimt make oath Uut b ti tnlor
partner ot ln firm ot F. J. Cuijikt A CO.. dome
bualMM In Ue air ot ToWd. Comtr and Hut
aiomaid. and that aakl firm wlu par tba ran of
ONE HUNDRED DOLLARA for Kh and tvtrr
aM 6t Cutaixb that cannol ba curat br tut at ol
Svarn to Dflora mc and auMrrlDed la mj ttntia,
Uila tn dr ot Dtctmtvr. A. D.. ItHji
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directly upon Uit blood and Bueoua aurtarct oC ttw
arrtam. iknd tor tfatlmonialav' tree. r-'
r. J. CI1EMKY A OSVlMMdWa
So4d br all Drucdau. lie
TUt UalTi FamUr-fUli lor inrtlpaUan.
Office Over Higgins' Store
W ar ia petition to do all kinds ot eon
crtltnf, rueh aa Block Wark, Patcmcnta, ud
in aci, caa (Mka anitfcii irom s how
down to fenoa aoai. .AaH aid tt onr prion
betot joa bar 7ml aaivil aat. '
PHILLIPS lR0S;?:8ljifeH Ky.
Wo take pleasure in rendering to the public an account of the condition of this institution
at tho close of business, November 30, 1912, and hope that you will remember that we
are only two years old.
.We have deolared semi-annual dividend, 3 per cent.. July 1st, and placed to surplus,
$600 to Undivided Profit, $227.92, and are rqady to declare our second semi-annual divi
aiend: of 3 per cent. on. Jktnuary-let, 1913. ..!.. r
i Thankinfc you for past favors arid asking you for your ruture ousiness, we are
i i ' ?of n'u'
You want the test sallcv wtiefl
you insure. See Fish & Bromley,
Stanford, Ky. Insure everything.
Ladies, do not fail to attend
Warner's window sale on Saturday
afternoon, Dec. 14. Beautiful hand
painted china, pastel pictures and
many pretty articles will be on dis
play. Mrs. W. K. Wnrner, 97-2
Cummins & Wcaren are dissolv
ing partnership and are slaughtering
For the next ten days only we will
Fell clothing and overcoats at cost.
Select your Xmas presents nt Far
Old in ige M Jota iB fifs
The FIRST NATIONAL BANK, of -Stanford is tie eWest insti
tution in this section of the state, having been organlieiT March 9,
1854. A bank to have stood the panics that have occurred ia the
past 58 years must be all right This bank today is stronger and
better than it ever was.
While old in age it is modern in methods. Oar patrons, and
they are many, will testify, to the fact that We take care of the
in a wanner both pleasing and satisfactory. -
Yonr patronage is respectfully asked. Remember onr pledge?
of courteous treatment and honorable dealings.
Onr directory includes some of the most prominent business
men and farmersv ia1 this section of the county. Try us.
I ' MM,-.- !i- c- AUGHIIAN. Cashier.
S. T. HARRIS, Vley Pree.. W. W. SAUNDERS. M. I-Keenr.
J. n. HARRIS. leikkeeHr.
State Rank & Toutt Company-
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A Des Moines man had an attack
of muscular rheumatism in his shoul
der. A friend advised him to go to
Hot Springs. That meant an ex
ponse of $150 or more. He songht
for a quicker and cheaper way to
cure it and found it in Chamber
lain's Liniment. Three days after.
the first application of this liniment
he wns well. For sale by 0. L. Penny.
S. J. Bell, of Stanford shipped to
the Wilkinson feed Co., at Haver-'
sham, Term:, this1 week a carload of
timothy hay which brought him
$197.50. The 'eonsirasaent consist-
ed'of'MO bales asd! was 'said ky the
freight' at Hbwlavd, wHere it
was shipped fross, to have been the
BEGINNING Monday, Oct 21st,
1912, we will iU our mtkm
stock of Dry Goods, NotkwM,
Skos, Ett, at absolute cost Tkis
scasoa's newest goede, Netluaf
reserved. We 'need the .wejey ad
mean business. TbW m tbe) beet op
portunity you will ever kave te'save
money. Strictly a cash prejpfeideaf.
Goods charged witt"bMM'artNYe
fl K L a, Ti 1 a a.
Hughes, Martin c Co.
seat est. The lot weMted 38.275 I
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