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THE IHTCBIOB JOUWWAL STAT OWD. KENTUCKY. FRIDAY. OECEMfEW 13. HL
IT IS NOT the price of a GIFT
that makes us appreciate it most,
but the mere fact that we still
live in the hearts and minds of some
one, that we are not forgotten.
However small the gift, if given in
sincerity, makes one happy.
To those who mant to make gifts
to their lady friends, we can furnish
you beautiful Umbrellas at $1.50 to
$20.00. Silk Hose, one pair in a
pretty box, with card, at 50c and
$1.00. Ladies' Shoes, Trunks ard
For men, we have everything they
wear. An Overcoat, a Suit of
Clothes, Underwear, Shoes $1.50 to
$10.00; Hats from a $1 Pocket to a
Stetson Silk lined and Silk Velour at
$5; Cowhide Suit Cases, $5 to $12 50
Cheap ones $1.50 to $3.50. Hand
Bags, $5.00 to $12.50. Suspenders
and Garters, 1 pair in pretty box, 25c
to $2. 1,000 Men's Ties, 25c, 50c
and $l--the50cand $1.00 ones in
Christmas boxes-all you have to do
is drop in your card. Silk Sox in
medium and light weights in black
and all the new shades-1 pair in a
beautiful box, with card: all you
have to do is write your name--at
50c the pair. Men's linen handker
chiefs, put up 6 in a fancy box for
75c the box; a finer one, 3 in box, at
$1.50. Silk handkerchiefs, in fan
cy or plain white, with or without
initial at corner, at 25c, 50c and $1.
Men's work gloves, from a 5c Can
vas to a $2 Buckskin. Dress gloves,
unlined, wool lined, silk lined and
fur lined, from 25c to $5. Tie hold
ers, Cuff buttons, Collar buttons,
Stick pins, Walking canes; Every
thing a man wears. Select what
you want now, while you have
plenty of time, and we'll put it
away for you.
The Interior Journal.
HILTON M. BACrLIT-
l A YtAK BTKIOTL,! IN ADVANCE
Knltrtd l l rmtfftt at fftenftra t
n4 rl mil m(lr w
Th anaotinenitnti In thli rtHw are ol
candidate lor atie, aubet,to.tk aetfein ol
lh I)mxrlie primary. No'aaaonneaaBaati
will t made, nnltti paid lor I adrancal
For SttiU Stnaltr -C
VIKOll, MeMULLlN. w
M. 8. IIAUUlIMAN
B. W. OIVENH.
J. U. WEATHKIUTURD
T. J. HIM. ' -t
tur Ctvlty Judjt
T. A. KICK
II. P. NUKT1I
WILLIAM II. UEHTEK
W. A. CARSON
V. L. BKCK
B M. OWENH
R. U. DHONAUOn
1. U. BANDIDOE
J. IL nooNK
W. T. OARKEK
VM. C. I.ONO
1. T. GRIFFIN
The finest tribute we linve ever
paid to Gov. Dcckluim since Iiis an
nouncement for Senator comes from
the jcn of Editor Loiuh of Iho Bow
lins Green Jlexsenffer, and which
was reproduced iitftho I. J. Tuesday.
Kditor Leiijh kflpv llcckhnm at
Frank fjrt ho intimately as to have
the true Kiiuirc of Ills ci outness and
we, ourselves, waw enough of him
personally durinu' our almost hix
years residence at thu state capital
to know that Leigh's estimate of the
man U not one hit cxuinrcrated. And
by the way, uu want to bay rif;ht
here that there s hardly an editor in
the state who can put the ptuiueney
in his parncraps that the Howling
Green Mc?scnccr man does. I lis edi
torials arc all wins of diction and
the points keenly cut, while h'1 ahili
ty to preach a henaon in print is
eipialed by none in the state.
A CHECK BOOK
Is easier to carry than a wallet fillecl 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.
Gin you afford to keep your money at home or In your pocket,
when you can have, without expense, a Check tak M tMt Strong bank?
Lincoln County National Bank
Capital $100,000 Surplus $100,100.00 licsourccs $500,000
Corner Next to Courthouse. Stanford Ity.
W. H. SHANKS, Pros.
W. JI. BRIGHT, Cash.
J. H. I'AXTON, V. Pre.
J. W. UUUHKSTER, AH Cnoh.
THREE WEEKS MORE
Sam Robinson's Contest Two
Dinner Sets Awarded.
Misses Mary Hello Spoonnmoro
nnd Mary Ellen Anderson won the
Iliuuer Seta offered in Sam lttjbin
honV Piano Contest this week.
All couteslnnts utc now register
iiiR a larue number of votes. Notice
the lurue bonus this wqek, same as
Ik-!. Vurh"-r.l and win Finim
for Xmas. He sure anil brine in
all votes next week us wc change "
color entirely and your votes tliat
vim brin? in lato will not count, as
we must register nil votes. Every
day in order that wo can count the
final vote without any trouble. Don't
ask for votes in the stoic. The
81 II 15,170
A dispatch from 'Washington says
that Congressman Stanley is corn
ins home in i few davs to announce
as n enndidnte for I'. S. Senator
amiinst Beckham. If that's nil the
business Stanley has in Kentucky at
this time we'd advise him to ny in
Washington and attend to his du
If CoiiCTesMiinn Campbell Cun
Irill wants to make himself inihtv
stronir with the country press of the
wtate. he should endorse Col. V. P.
Walton fin Postmaster a Lrxnur
23 15. 105 .
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Low Round Trio Holiday Fares.
By wav Queen & Crescent Koute.
Ticket on snle December 13, 14 17,
19, 20," 21. 22. 23. 21. 25 and 31,
1912, and January 1. 1913. Kcturu
limit January 0, 1013. Apply to
nearest ticket uirent, 0. 1". C. route,
for full information. W. A. lUcklor
(1. P. A Cincinnati. 0.
lteport of the Condition of
The Lincoln County National Bank
At Stanfoid, 111 the State of Ken
tucky, at thu close of business Nov
ember 20, 1912.
l.oaiin and discounts ..372,007 07
Overdrafts, secured and
unsecured 12, 1 10 41
C. S. Bonds to secure
secure ciiVululioii ... 100,000 00
Bonds to secure
postal mi vines 3,000 00
Bonds. Securities etc .. 34,500 00
Bank I1011-.C fur & fix 5,300 00
Due from National banks
(not resere injents) ...3,145 81
Diip trom state and private
bunts and bankers. Trust
companies and savmus
banki 20 00
Due from approved re
serve nirciiU J 1,182 70
Checks and other cash
jtcins 18 05
Notes of other National
Banks 1,970 00
Fractional paper currency
nickels and cents . ... 43 17
Specie $15,109 00
notes SOI 0010.000 00
Redemption fund with U. S.
treas (5 ier cent circu
lation) 5.000 00
Books Make Nice
We have just received a large
number of all kinds of children's
books, picture books, 3 ; j . and
also the latest in Novels for the
grown-ups. Nothing is better
for a Christmas gift.
PENNY'S, The Rexall Store.
Winter Tourist Fares
to all dstiaations in the South and Southast,
Tickets on sale daily
Limit May 31st, 1913
Ask local agent for full information regarding
variable tour tickets.
Pullman sleeping car line will be established November 24th,
12:04 Noon Lv. St. Louis Ar. 5:40 1. M.
8:10 P. M. Lv Louisville Ar. 9:30 A. M.
0:15 A. M. Ar. Chattanooga Lv. 0:45 P. M.
11:10 A M Ar. Atlanta Lv. 5:10 P. M.
8:20 P. -M. Ar. Jacksonville Lv. 7:10 A. M.
J. C. BEAM, AGPA.
St. Loots, Mo.
I'apitul Mock paid in .. 100.000 00
Surplti t nnd 100.100 00
t.'ndividcd profit. less e-
expeif.es and taxes iaii 7,531 '21
National hank notes out-
staiidinj: 1)8,500 00
Duo to other National
hanks :t,75l 1-1
line to State and private
banks and hankers 'S27 50
check l7."),03:i 13
Demand certificates of
depo-it 15,'iOO (X) '
Postal Ml Wll!
depoi.it- .. .105 :i7 100.42S 50
Mills pavahle. iiicludiuir certificate-
of ilci.)-it for
money borrowed 05,(100 00
TOTAL . . $505,588 47
State of Kentucky count- of Lin
I. W. M. Ilriu'lit, cashier of the
aboe iiaiiird hank, do solemnly
nvvcnr that the aboe statement is
true to the het f mv know Icdirc
and belief. W. M. ItKIOHT. Cash'r
Subscribed and sworn to before
hid this 4th day of December 1UPJ.
W. W. Suuiulers. Notary l'ubhc.
Correct Attest: S. .1. Kmbn ,lr.
J. N. .Mcnefee. J. II. I'axton
Famous Staae Beauties
Look with horror on skin eruptions
blotches, sores or piiniileri. They
don't have them. For all Mich trou
bles u-e Ilm.'kltMi's Arnica Salve. It
glorifies the 1'iicc. Kxcellcnt for
Kezema or Salt Itheuni, it cures soro
lips, chapped hands, chilblains; healrt
bui ns, cuts and bruises. Unsurpass
ed for piles. 'J5 cents at all drug
1 Will Prove It To You
At My Expense.
YOD WHO ARE SDFFER
1NC TIIK TOIlTUIU" OK
Ci.GUA. WUOSK PAYS
WHOSE NI0HT8 AKK
MADK 8I,i:KI'U.SS UY
TUB TEUKIULK 1TCII
INO. UUKNINO PAINS.
LET MB BEND YOU A
FltEB TRIAL 0I-" TnK
TICK ATM L'M WtllOH
HAS CUKKD I1UNDUKD8
CURE YOU. IWIUiBENIl
IT PllRK. POSTAQE
TAID. WITHOUT ANY OnLIOATION ON
YOUR PART. JUST WRITE UK A LETTER,
Oil BEND YOUR NAME AND ADDRESS ON
A POSTAL CARD. I WILL SEHU TUB,
TREATMENT WEE OK COST 10 YOU.
FOR WOUIEN ONLY.
Tkt l Ihv Mtura o( Dr. Fiere' Parerka rrMcrlptlon th otM mMJf lor
women which contain no ateohel and no hbU.(onnln dntfH. Md trom tftir
medicinal toreat rootle Dr. Pierea tell ita avtry Indrediant on th botata-wran-pr.
Prominent phfaielana and tome of the bett medical authorities andorae theaa
lnredlcnta at bclnf the very beat known remedlea (or ailmeata and weakneaaea
peculiar to women,
tuw vuri mm. ur.rrn ii uorrKT, or 1onipitroM,
Ky mvyai "I feel It mjr duty towrlto and tell you what
yoyr medicines havo dona for tnn, I wu a groat aiifTerec
for alt yonry from trouble jiecullar to women, but I nm
tliitiikfut to aay, utter Uklaa; (our bottle, of your ' Pitvrlti
Prescription I dm not bothered With that dreadful dl'cam
any morn, I feel llko a neir woman. When I first w mti
yo l forndvlcn I tnly weluhed 11. kiiiivU now I weluli IK.
"I thank you very much for your kliidneas. Yon havo
lircn A a father to mn In advlatntr mo what to do, no may
tfod ble yu In every effort you put forth for rx1.
"I horn (till testimonial will m tbn tiican of antnn iir
Mm. CorrrT. mifferlnit wninnn isklnir bealtli."
Dr. Pierce's Medical Advlter, newly revlted up-to-date edition, anawera hoata
ol delicate queattona about which every woman, alnfla or married ooibt lo know.
Blizzard Fronts. Lap Robes, Horse
Blankets, Foot Warmer and
Heating Stoves are in de
Call and see us.
Sanders' Great Gut-Price Sale
will continue ten days longer
Hundreds of-satisfied customers have
attended, so if you come you will be
i, L. SASDEUS, Crab Orchard, Ky.
The Greatest of Clothing
and Shoe Sales now
Prices below cost not to quit busi
ness, but to remodel our store. These
goods must be sold in the next 15
days. Everything must go. Very
large stock to select from-all NEW
Trade TODAY and SAVE money.
Shoes for Service
Remember, we carry a full
line of Barker fcJhoes for Men
and Boys-the best shoe made
for hard wear.
W. E. PERKINS
Crab Orchard, Ky
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