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STANFORD, LINCOLN COIWTY, MiNTUiKY ll hst.Y, RF.CF.MBKR ai. HMJ
A DEMOCRAT FOR GO YEARS
SLAYS BHOTHMVIHrLAW M.r.. 'PmIi II...i.... ..i i 1
. ciarkaon hnvo boon ..n ih risk list. w- ' "oyaity. Near Middlelitirn, Is'
TUESDAYS AND FRIDAYS.
Bad Blood Between Them Resulted
In Sunday Evening KIIU
Kmitliiv evening about flvuuolock
(htvor Mnflntfoy hot and instantly
killed Ilia brullior-iu-lnw, Holly
hhousc. Tho killing ooourred near
Ilia homo of liotli the men on ttio
Stanford nnd DhiivIIIo plko ntiuut
four milos from town.
The mon are tenants on tlm farm
of T. A. Rico, and a year ago Shotuc
married McGuffov'K sister. Amiord
niir (o MeOuffev. his ulster lind fre-
lurniiv hern lli'mttrutcd "V liOT htiS-l
band and tint reinonsnince from
Moflnffev made enmllv between tlio
About dark Sunday 'evening Mo
Guffov benrd Ills Mister screnming
for help and ho started across the.
road to Shouse's house. Am be ap
proached lie enlled out to bin winter
to know what the trouble whm,
"When Shouse beard niv voire,"
said McGuffov. when seen Iiv 11 re
iwrfor at the. iail. "bo came out
armed with n knife apd advanced
ihi rao, all the while eundur and
threatening to rut rav throat. I
backed off but he kept coming sad
I fired, striking blm I think some
where about the throat."
.Mr. Rice, for whom MfGutrey,
worked, phoned for Deputy Shoriff
Hmbrv, who wont 'to tho scone of
trouble and arrested Meflnffev.
Wioh seott at tbe iail Monday
inorHintc hu made the above slate-
moat to bh I. J .reporter.
Cftdwtaker J. U lloaslov was
natted to pretmro the body or
SIhhmo for burial and foHnd that hi-
Iwd henfl wbot in the hark, the
olmnre froi McGuffoy's shotgun
bavins entered the right shoulder
blade and cutting awnv part of the
Imwcv. Tbe undertaker found no
weapon on tbe ImmIv. but it was pcr
Iwim half an hour after the killing
before, be arrivel on the sceno and
removed it into the house.
Skraac wa" able t walk juto hi
honec after be was shot, but died
before ho made any Matement in re
gard t.) the shooting.
From a reliable Miuree It l learn
ml that Mrs. Shmtm, has stated that
her bunband watt not beating her at
the time but had none out to vet n
bueket of water when she heard ho
hhot fired, and upon entering the
bonne he reeled toward her saying
MeGnffoy ha engaged Attorneys
0. D. Florence aad J. S. Owsley to
fefettd him ami his examining trial
will likely he held before Judue HhI
loy Saturday. '
The father of the dead man live
at Hrumfleld Ivy., and ho entnc up
Monday riight and took tbe remain
to hirt home f.n- interment.
Mr. Win. Mcrriman Hbiitneil a ear-
(load of Reoau last week. aUo a ear
of inulew two earn lumber, two of I
hoes two ot hay and vural more
enw of olbr- IhiliKM were nhipned
from hero last week.
The revlrnl at the Muthodint
ehureh, which wan eiiiidneteil by
lfov. Wnimoncr and Itro. I'ollolt
ehwed Friday nitht after Imrlmt
ilono a great ood t.i the eommnul
tv. Mi Mabel MrClme dosed her
aoliool nt MeCormaek IhnI Friday.
Mittn Ltiev Minor, of I'tirkaville,
wan. the Ko( ,.f jr. 9mi Jin,, jr
vin Tnrkinffton lt week.
Mian Lelm Mello Jotiea im vUitimr
Mr. If. L. WiniiiiiH in Cineinnti.
Mr. Ernext L. Ford, one if tbe
imwt popular vonnir men of thin
plaee. loft .Saturday for .Stanford
to have a erv nerintm oiierntinn
performed 111 hw no,, by Dr. .?. 0.
vitrpeiuer. e nope it will not -ove
intai ami that lie will won be baek
to retimc Iiim vacant placn in our
.Mr. ami Mr. .John Vnnliook of
l.imien, Inil.. are viMitinr Mr. and
Mr. Jnliii Mvera.
Mti Florenee Memmnii wa- In
l.viiiKton IhhI week hopplnir.
Miw Myrtle White vmited home
folkn at Itowen durimr the bolidav.
Mr. and Mr-, .la hum Holm. .Jr..
motcred vm rt LMHiutatei ia.t week
to tiit Mr. and Mr. lUllard.
Mr. Arthur Mer ban taken a
IHmitHm with the .Iihioh movinr iie
ture uliiiw at Nitft(rill. a inaniMt.
r-M It- "!- Til, ur
t aiu Up Ills ojiii icul
Mr. J. II .Hilton, the o)mlar fann
r (Hit (Hi the Danville pike, Mopped
in the I. J. offieo Saturday and
imid liln ub'H'ript.in for another
year, making hw tAth ronhponttvp
year as a Mibtoribor. fiueli frienda
nro more reeioii than niliie, and
the I. J. wiihes lam the heartiest
eiHtiplimentH of the Heawon ami 35
and more vonrg of happlnoo and
We wib to call your attention to
the faet that moat infectious dUoaa
oa meh h whoopiinc coukIi, diph
theria ami scarlet fever aro eon
traoted when tle child 1mm n cold.
CliRndterlainV Ctmuli Renwdy will
quickly oure a cold ami greatly les
son the dancer of eontracting those
ctiSQAse. This rsmedv is famous
for its our en of oolds. It contains
no opium or other narcotic and may
be (shen to n child with implicit con
fidence. Sold by O. L. Fenny.
Tho Court of Apponle hold that
the county went election in Mo
Crenry county wns invalid, so the.
wholo fiKht uetweon Whitney City
nnd Fine Knot, will hnvo to be gone
Ocorpo Crider nnd family left this
plnoo lant Friday for West Virginia
to muku their future home.
Mr. Elbert Elder bought a oow
from OcorKC Crider for $35.
Morris Tuylor bought ft ona year
old oolt from N. Snrk for $7B.
M:r. W. E. Taylor nnd family vis
ited Mr Jack Eldor and futuily last
Saturday nnd Sunday.
Mrs. Miunio Todd has been con
fined to lior room on tbe nooount of
a heavy cold.
Klbort Eldor sold two cows to
Itev. John Elder for $10.
IL M. Tnylar was in lirotlhoAd
Friday on butinoss.
Mr. A. Soott was the guest of
M'. M. Taylor last Saturday night
and Mr. Soott report that Mr. Tay
lor i& a bad 000k.
wi. C. T. (launeii filled ln ie-
jtnlar HpHHiitnMnt here Saturdav
and Sunday. He delivered an excel-
lent sermon, which was bin last a
jmstor of the ehureh. He ha a
coiiidiMhed much good during the
two yearn he served as jmetor bore.
Ml. W. I). Silll. of Simmnvl u
with her mother, Mm. C. 0. Cabl-w-i-ll,
b t 'riou'ly ill.
Mosr. Oliver Singleton and Cay
Reynold were kiiokM of Hriuklcy
Oooeh at Somerset Sunday iiMfht.
Mr. II, II. Singleton is in I lum
inal!, TeniL, grading lumber.
Mr. and Mrs. Riley Reynold ami
little daughter, Osie and Oracle
were guct of T. S. Reynolds and
family Saturday and Sunday.
While MiH Ktolle Eubank whs
hanging tnit dot law last week the
clothes jxilo fell, hitting her on the
head. She bus been in m i..i-;,,ii
condition, but is a littlo better at
Mr. Van Caldwell, of MisMwn, i
vUitins; her mother, Mr. Emily
Caldwell ami other relatives.
Mr. Hayden MeMiilliu of Illinois
arrived Monday to viit his brother
.Mr. Veniou Singletoii and wife
and Itorlter Wheeler, of Danville,
iu iMiiing .1. 11. wiieeler and wife.
Mr. R. I'. Horton's barn wa
ininiwl Miwday night. The
of ths fire is unknown.
Mi. Julia Clilt, ,,r Alabama, i,
viaitiiur her ilen and other rela
tive nt thi place.
Mr. Eblee Reynolds and wife, of
Alaska, arrived Sunday to viit
their father, A. L. Singletom
Mr. Solomon Ete, of near En
iHink. died Sunday night, Dee. lit.
i complication, of diixif.o. Ite
hhIcs a huslwiHl she leaves iv okil.
dren to mourn her loss. She wan
buriVd in KuUnks eowetery Tues
day after fuuernl services by Rev.
Honored by all Who Know Him
Middleluirg, Dec. 11). W. T. Roy
ally, the enernble father, of A. II.
Royalty, of Yoomite, surely dc-
Kervett especial mention in those
column, for his life ha boon sueli
that be enjoy tho coiifidonco and
friendship of evory one who knows
him He ha jut celcbmted hi
iftiud birthday and can walk around
iMite lively for one of that grout
:c. He ha been voting the deui
oertaio ticket for 00 year and ha
iifei brcn known to ierntcli a tick
el. lie united with tho Christum
elmrph in early life, and hn been a
constant member of thai denomina
tion, alw-ay living up to hi obliga
tion and lending n helping bund to
the caune of hi Muster.
Hi whole life hu been pent in
thi immediate vicinity nnd wc doubt
xery much that anything could be
brought, to bcur that would induce
him to sever hi connection with
tin people. He i a grand old man
nnd though having lived out hi four
score and ten ventx. it u hop,! that
be may be spared many yesr yet
t.- bless IIiom! with whom he i sur
rounded add inspire them to higher
STRANGE MURDER OF
GARRARD COUNTY NEGRO
Tlm Peters Shot to Dcalh and Body
I I- n.n I SI r. .
3 umoucu miuiiu nuuu
50 CENTS A POUND
Ren II. Hnminortreo, a prominent
iW.i Rierr,i d,! n , ... '"" " ""ininorirco, h promiiieni
I Was Record Price at Peonies Ware- ra.lnmd man of Mntler county Tenn
nuuse Last week
aim Mr, reail JJsniols, an at-
tractlVd wiflnur of (Imh hUma .n..
in,, miming un of July tNe married at the hopie or the bride's
never sent the thermometer hWher ""l"" -Ml. Cabell on lowwr Alafn '
a negro liMng near than the nrieo nt i..U...... 1..... Tlrvet mt VU. They bare- tho
wrd 1 niv, wa wnL j iiu..iii ,... .., . ., ,,l'"t wishea of innuy friends.
hut in the back ot the Mend a.ld " , n , ' ,. "" """ in .
instantly killed by unknown purlies ' r "P Urmk ,hore WM" mH,h' Rowland
Cron Llqht This Year and Demand
Is Enormous Klncald Buy
. Inq tin Cross
Tlie farmer who put in good
hi.fd crop of lolmueo tiffs J'enr nnd'
Snturday nislit, as he wa. drivn.k ; Saturday at the People's Tobacco M- and .Mrs. A. M Trammel and . . ""re nf f 5" l l
iniM.i.v ue rewarueil. 'iDDfteoo 1
Thcro will bo proaobing at the
Dnptist church Sunday morning 1
the pastor subieot: Christ the Light
of tho World. Sunday school nt 9 SO
The annual meotiiifr of tho stock
holders of (be (Vali Orchurd Hank
ing Co., to elect direutore for the
ensuing yonr will be hold nt its of
fice ill r?tnli n.!in...1 II. . ...1
... w.uiiutu iiiu ncuuuu
e 1 . .
lurauiiy in .lauunrv, illo.
J. C. lrAILEY, Cashier.
The annual meeting of Hm Einnt-.
holdors of the Peoples Rank of
uusionviiie, for the purpose of elect
ing directors will bo hold on Jnnu
ury 14, 1913 nt 10 A. M.
100-td J. W. IIOSKINS. Pnsl.V
Important to Taxpayers.
If yo uhnvo not as vet nnid vnnr
stato nnd county tax, remonibor
that undor tho present law, I will be
compelled to ndvortiso and soli nf
or Deoombor 31st. Call nnd sottle
at onco to snvo furthor costs. W. L.
MeCnrty, Sheriff. 101-td.
Foils a Foul Plot
When a shnmoful plot crista bo
tweon liver and bowola to oauso dis
trosa by rofuslng to not. tnko Dr.
King's Now Life Fills, nnd end suoh I
nuuso of your s.vstora. They gently
compel right notion of stomach, liv
er nnd bowels, and roetoro your
health and nil good feelings. 26o nt
While pioimriur to IMit a fire in
a new htmtinc stove, me kwcniiur
last week, Mr. John Navlor wa
iiitH severely binned on the lower
IMittiim of her face. A quantity of
Kencne wa pmrel upon the w.mh!
In start a fire which had faileil to
ignite from a previous iMtempt to
start a hlaao. The flash which fol
lowed, knocked Mr. Na-lor aero
the TiMJtn and beside tbe burn on
her face, her hair was badly iiute'
It i a miracle tbnt her injiiri'
wen not more seiiou.
Rev. E. R. English, who received
n call ironi the Hnpl-sl church here,
ha notified tho brethren tbnt be
will accept the pastorate for 1U13
Hie eliurcli is highly ideated with
the prospect and believe Hint t"
noiiy win iropor under his care,
Miss illio Moorn closed her
school hero rrulay with n nice littlo
Christinas tree, which was highly
enjoved bv her pupil. While this
wn, her first scIioqI her ability to
instruct the vounc pupils nnd those
who are backward, as well as the
morn advanced, has been fully te
mnnstrated. Miss Moorc returns to
her home at Stanford with the best
wishes of her pupils nnd ur con
muuity at larjre.
Fred Roll is nuitu sicl' Ixnnir con
fined to his bed nftcr u two-week's
siege of mump. Richard Dvohoiw
is also vary ill of the sumo innlndy.
a pliysiciuu in attendance.
John NVtylor sold some corn to
Evan Foley, out of orib nt $2.50
There was n Christmas sroi. at
White's School Douse Monday night
Mis Nell Newlnnd, of C'edur
Creek, is saleslndv for W. C. Cum
inins, during the holiday rush, in
his geuoral store here.
Tho school of Mis Era Merrvman
at Hobbs' School House closed Fri
day. She cbo hor pupils n very
The Raptist Sunday school Tho.
J. Camden. Suiit., s0nl th Raptist
Onihans Home, Louisville a nico
liox ot provision.
Jfr. and Mrs. Ran-h llesler visit
ed her parents, Mr. and Mr. I). M.
Mr. and Mm, Una TVavlor. i
Stanford, were als gnosis of L. M.
Anderson and family.
Mis Marv Fettus. who Is teach
ing in the graded school at Rur
i with tho family of hor grniulmn,
Mrs. Rebecca Fettus,
Omuev Navlor has lind a bad fin
ger caused by n red thorn.
George H. Colson. of Onrrnrd. lost
n good heifer bv black leg.
It wn a handsome, little '""liter
which arrived nt the home of Mr.
nnd Mrs. Cnrlo Rrittain, nt Nor
man Okla., and not a son as re had
Misses Church, of Garrard nnd
MeKinlev. of Louisville, visited Mrs.
in a spring wagon fiom Vinhom-
ville. Alter he was Jtlllrd, hi
body wn dravveil along the r.wil
by a lope tied to In ankle. When
loiind Sundiiv inonincr the lioily wa-,
lying m the side of the road, imn
way in a ditch. noin distance oft
was the Ii,ire and wagon, ami along
I he road for some distance could lie
seen the trail made bv the ouritsc
as it wa dragged from the trail1 ot
So lair, no trace ha been foiinc
which might identit' the murderer.
At Luncnstcr Moiidn- the l.yl. man
wa told that thm is absolutely 110
elow on the negroeV slayer and all
nro nt n loss to know whv he wa-killed.
Immense Corn Crop
Embry lleuxlcv. Krtiest I'cpploi
nnd Henry Hester, ot thi county,
finished last Friday shucking out
what wns "is perhaps the largest
corn crop over raised in this sec
tion of Kentucky. The crop was
raised 011 what i known as tbe old
David Thomson place, jut over
the line in Garrard county. It con
sisted of .'loll acres and eveiy nere
was carefully cultivated by the-e
encrjetie farmer. It yielded fully
3..VMI barrels and e.yt them on mi
aeruge of .flOO per week to ahuek
it and thoy were about three week
ninplcting tU job. About 1,000
barrels of tbe cereal bus already
been sold to different parties at an
average of $2.3.1 and they still have
something like 2,000 barrels left.
The owners estimate that their net
profit will be around $800 each.
Who says that fnrminjr does not pay
when looked after?
Warehouse, Porryville street, when I'fotty littlo daughter. Irene, of f!or.
the superior tobacco grown by S. II. "'" Mro "le "- ts of roktivos and
May. or O-ev connlv, broilght the fri"mI ''"'c
magnillcciit price of 50 Cents Per - ,,u'' Goodrich ami son,
ol it to the acie with proper culti- Kctwood. Fla., wfiere they will
U,.,l!!"1, . , , . , . ,,Hkc tlll,ir "'"
I lie proimutor of the People tis i.....!.: i,.,,1 ..., ,
'lobaceo Warehouse ale feeling Cil, ,? 1 ii ;.? T' "f
chesty as one could imagine over ', ' '" U' relative here,
their triumph ot muking the reeord ... , ' ,h,m,,,f of Corbin, was
rale over the 'Danville breaks. This '''' '"""ofolk Sunday,
lecord is not all, either; tbev have i'r"'' Tom Cnpjis, of Lebanon,
11 risht to be proud of the whole '''ii'i'tion, has been the guest of her
ollering Sntuiilav mi their Moors. A sistor, .Mrs. It. JA Albright
.1 niHier 01 iia-set oh at 00 cents. .Mrs. A. P. Grigsbv. of I,i,ville
till (llllf f'F .!...... it A ..t l .-
.- ..., ... .,,, ., vemH wiuie 1 with 1 datives hcic
one i-iop ot oer 80(1 iioiiml mw. At. ,.. .'....
ad -JS 1-2 ,e,s. Another splen- ler L.l lr Tl , "
did crop averaged 20.03. and yet '''l8hT a Lancaster,
another aeraged 2o.7o. Mr. Grow- . . ". ' CHTl ,5l,"" f Roslon, is
cr, what do von Hunk .if il.i- iv- vvnth rclntives here.
ne day's -nlef It is enougli to J,r- T. C. Rail. Jr.. of Covington,
make vmi wir-h that von bud grown llHs l"on the guest of hi mother
more of the weed and brought f. to .Mr. D. C. Collier '
,i. , V. .1. ...muni n ..im 1 lie nnineiolks
Hie wiual ot anv ot b i,,lin,.,.,.
Report of the Condition of
THE PEOPLE'S BANK
Doing biiMiie-. at the town of Hu.
markets of the state and in many
icpccts the uporior. as tho facili
ties for handling are hotter theie
than cl-ewhore and you get your to
bacco void the day von nliiee i
Hie oieaks. wlueh is an exception ,!": v"il"ly "t loncoln, state of
to the rule. The capacity of tho el ,"1lvV, ut tha cIoso "f butinoss
People's Tobacco Warehouse lrtis 0,u -U,h ,,rt' of ov- i"-
been greatly enlur'd and everv- T Resources:
thing for the coincidence of the 'j0""1 & discounts ....$03,037 23
grower is to be found at this well 0vorlrafts, secured and nn-
eouippeU house, where uniersnl f -'"-. 3. lol 53
iinrs new "Enst Lvnn" which
plavs at the Stanford Opera House
Thursday night. Jan. 2, comes dir
ect from n successful enencement
at the Shubert Masonic theatre,
Louisville. This fnet is a guaran
tee that tho show is of tho first
clnss nnd Stanford theatre goers are
assured of a proper presentation of
this famous old pin v. The prices
arc cliililren 2oc adults 3.1c. Re
served seats .10c.
William Walls. n 19 vear old
vouth of tbe southern end of the
county, and Mis Nannie Maxwell.
swes( 10 secured license yesterday
from Comity Clerk Cooper and were
joined heart and hand in a cere
mony performed nt the home of the
bride near King's Mountain.
T. W. Rranson nnd Robert Lan
ham. went to Louisvillo riday to soe
Mrs. Rranson, who is under treat
ment at a hospital in that city.
Rig hearted Lon Holmes was here
Monday selling tinware to our mer
chants. Lon calls, this God's country.
Mis Salens Jonos loft lost week
for northwestern Texas., where she
will make her home in the future.
Evor body regretted to see Miss Sa.
lenn go as sho was ono of the best
of young ladies- boins always first
in every good work, Slia. wws a
momber of (be Raplist church and
a toaeber in tho Snndav selift.il Tl
will bo hard to fill hor plnec.
Our stoek must bo reduqed (o dis
solve partnership, Cummins &
Mise, Metcalfe ontertnined Inst
Friday night in honor of Miss Reek
The dedication of the new school
building will tko place Dec. 28,
ami school will open on thq 30. -
Tho children and patrons will be
very glad to hnvo the school begin
Richard Woods i having a. fur
nace placed in his now residence.
Rich has an eye to convenience and
comfort as he builds.
Our merchants have a goodly
number of Xmas prosonts and we
hope to hoar of somo Christmas
trees to plaeo them on.
Newton Todd, who is a oivjl on
giuoer, now omployed by tho govorn
mont, now located at Atlantn, Ga.,
is hore with hi wife visiting his
fntlier and kinfolks nnd will sivnd
the holidays here. Nuto is n good
tellow and we are alwavs clad to
see nun baok to mako us a visit.
As the parcel post becomes ef
fective Jan. 1st, will give tho rural
carriers more to do. Roforo this
they have for the moat part a light
job, earring only a few impers and
Wo want to sec the old Jackson
principles put in forco under the
democratic rule, "To the victor be
Ion th0 spoils". So let tho demo
crats hnvo tho post offices.
Anthony Jctt's harbor shop is
about ready to bo occupied.
courtesy is extended U nil. whether
he be a smnll or large grower.
Several baskets from the crop of
.ur. unus. r. Leeil. of Bovle. countv.
were sold over the floors of this
house which brought 34 cents 31
cents and 2.1 cent a pound.
The following are some nf !
splendid averages made Saturday
over tho lloors f the People's To
bacco Warehouse breaks:
McLune nnd Anderson, of Royle
county, sold 850 pounds of their
superior crop of tobacco, which
brought tho splendid average of
This is tho lushest average that
has been made, over the Danville
breaks this vear and it is a record
that will be iiard to excel anywhere
111 tne stnte this vear.
L. C. Cornish, of Morcer county,
sold 3,430 pounds 0f his splendid
crop which brought tho excellent
J. E. True, of Mercer county,
sold 1,23.1 pounds of his holdings
nt an avernte of
Rankin nnd Evans, of Gnrrnrd,
sold 2.150 pounds of their excellent
crop which averaged
Klhott nnd Elliott, of Garrard
county, sold 3.255 pounds of their
crop, winch averaged
Lugenc Dunn, of Lincoln countv.
sold 1.840 pound of his crmi Hint
The noxt sale will be held on Jan
Stocks, bonds ami -other
securities 4Co 79
IJue from banks 12.C03 59
Cash on hand 3,629 81
Checks nnd other cash item.-, 8J0 4
Rank, house fur and fix ..C.300 00
Other real estate 573 20
Capital ntoek paid in, hi
Surplus fund ...""""
Deposit subject to
check .?37,004 68
Time deposit 0,712 00-
Diie banks nnd trust com
panies Rills payable
.. 331 89
TOTAL 80,903 5J
State of Kentucky county of Lin
We W. M. Myers nnd J. W. Hos
Kiiis, president and cashier of the
above named bank, do solemnly
swear that th0 nbove statement is
true to the best of our knowledge
and belief. y. jr MYRKK P...
J. V. IIOSKINS, Cashier.
bubseribed nnd sworn to before
mo this 20th day of December 1912
t t, ' "-M'Tes Jan. 14, '14.
J. II. Hockor, Notary Public.
selling bettor right now than R ha
for several voars in Komuakv, ami
the indications ar0 that the, market
nm iioiii up enuaiiv as woiUaitor
Lincoln county lobaceo growers
have been rcdeiving splcnrtid prices
for their weed where thev had cpta
litv, during the ims't few weeks. Ad
eitisemcnta of tho two Danvn
honsos have shown what u is bring
ing them Lust week W, 1. Kincaul
the local buyer, stnrted 1 to accu
mulate a large quantity of - weed
and . he i.-, paying big prices. He
Im bought about 300,000 pounds in
the Past three weeks and still In
th market. Nearly all the tobacco
be is buying is for delivery hern. !!
will receive it loose in his warehouse
and then shin it to a dryer.
Mr. Kincaid, who is one of the,
shrewdest judges in the stifte, says
I bat llie high tirreeu are bound tn
continue. Do ascribes the pood ile-
miind to the fnet that all tobacco is
said to be weighing up liulit this ,
sensou, ami the crop was not nnex
tra large one. Then, too h Is- of
the opinion, tbnt the lnn- supply of
the Hurley Tobacco Society of the
pools o fthc past four years hnvo
about been exhausted, and with tho
consumption of the weed iticrca';
enormously, duc to active advertis
ing by the various manufacturing
companies, good tobneco is Liiinir 1
be greatly in demand. Poor tobac
co, however, he suvs, will bo Very
low and if a farmer t'an't crow the
quality stufff he'd better let it
Tho following nro some of tho
crop purchases Mr. Kincaid has
made within the past few days:
From J. A. Robinson and Merry
raan Ki.uoo pounds nt 12 1-2 cents
From L. C. King nnd Merchant,
near Moreland, 5.000 pounds at lie.
From JeSse Lavton .of OarrnnT.
o.ouu nouuds nt loc.
from E. D. Cook, of Paint Tool-'.
3,000 pounds nt 10c.
rrom Rurnside and Stewart, of
Point Leavell. 0.000 pounds nt 14c-
From K. D. Peyton, ITustonville
pike 2,500 pounds at 10c.
From Spear and Rash. Huston
ville piko. 4.000 pounds nt 10 l-2c.
From J. N. Cash and Mason, ITus
tonvillo pike. 10.000 pounds at' 12c.
From IL F. Martin and nUrtlctt,
nenr McKinney. 9.000 nounds nt to,.
From J N. Cash and Grubbs 15,
ju puilIlll.S l iilC. n '
rrom ,1. ."M. UI8 1 11.000 nnninW
le. . ... ri.
From T. A. Rice und PoUa.TO.nai
pounds nt 14c. . "W " is"jR
Could Shout for Joy
I want to thank you frqm tho
bottom of ray heart," wroto C. B.
Rador, of Lewisbunr. W. Vn.. f
the wonderful double benefit I irot
4,u,m l-IUL'IIU UlllOrS. Ill nilfinrv
J. inn. Tobacco will be received:?1 r!Ul a sevcro case of stomaoh
all during the holidays.
Drives oft a Terror
Tho oliiof esooutionor of death in
the winter and spring months is
pnoumonia. Its advanco aconts nro
oolds and grip. In any attaok by
one of theso maladies no time should
bo lost in taking the best medicine
obtainable to drive it off. Countless
thousands have found this to be Dr.
King's Now Discovery. "My hus
band bolievos it has kept him from
havinp pneumonia three or four
tlmos," writos Mrs. George W. Place
Rnwsonvillo, Yt., "and for coughs,
oolds nnd croup wo have never found
its eoual." Guaranteed for all bron
chial affections. Prieo GOo and $1.
Trial bottle free at all druggists.
Xmas Entertainment 2! Schce!
Tho first threo grades of tho
Stanford school gave their annual
Xmas entertainment at tho college
Friday afternoon, in tho prcsonce of
a large numbor f patrons and
frionds of the school. On ontoring
any of the rooms you could seo that
Xmas had indeed come. In each wns
a gayly decked tree, bright with or
naments while friezes of Santa
Claim, many colored stookino- Xmas
bell and other samples of juvenile
art decorated tho rooms, Each grade
gave a separate part of tho onter
tainuieut. The first grade, in two
divisions, snug and recited ni mn.
cert showing admirable skill in the
ay uiey Kept together. It is Ao
small task to train so many littlo
children in such a slondid way.
Miss MoKinnov must indeed possess
great patience nnd porovornnce.
Tho third grndo under Miss Jon
mo Newland aonuittod itsMf well
going through its long and difficult
concert recitations without, a is-
Soveral times tho seoon.i mule
appeared with song and recitation
anu closed the program with an un
suallv clever ami altmetive "Moth
or Goose Party' at whieb tha old
I woman who lived In a shoo. Jack and
Jill, Little How Poe Little Rev
Hluo and majjy other old familiar
Altogether it was a most credi
table ontertainmont nnd many con
gratulations are due Misses MeKIn,
nev nnd Nowland and Mrs. PhilllnS
who must have worked hard for this
iroume and ot rheumatism. fre:
which I had boon nn almost' helpt
iven niiiierer in. . n t, .
ed mv cnoA no (l,.,i. .1. . ..rTnon
. ii tT . ."":" ujuuu jusi tor
For dyspensin. iiiilin-nsitm.
jaundice and to rid tho system of
kldnnv nnisnim il,.i .. ,
.-- -' .- - .- .....I, muso rucuma-i
tism, Elcotno Bitters have no super
ior. Try them. Everv bottled
guaantoed to satisfy. Only 50cta at
No More Dandruff, Falllnn
. , , Hair. Gray Hair.
MQn nnd women do you want n
spieuum neaa or luxuriant hair free
from scalp itch and dandrufft
Do you want hair so bowjtchingly
radiant that it compels tho admira
tion i an who sco itT
Do you Want a scnln ns imm.nm.
lately clean and bright as a nowly
If you do get a 50 cent bottle of
I'AltlBIAN SAGE" today, at dealers
evorywhero. Tho girl with the Au
burn hair is on evory enrton and bot
tleAsk for PARISIAN SAGE nnd
see that you got it. G. L. Penny
Were Not Gsk
In giving nn ncconut
ble between Bryan Jo;
uujuuc, in. -noiunnoy a
ngo, tho I. J. unintcutii
vcycii the impression
wore gambling. The Wporfc st&d -
nun i uey quarreled 5ver a'Crd
" 1 I n -
!i- mjs. Tmm
.were ftnly indulgjm,' iLu. .&ti4J,' "ggl
game fflUeuH,1taok" aTTO' nJiutM .' IH
of MiIirtT s nt Vftke. Tlim. v ' ' H
correcUon nt ihfi.
alrt ft 1 io.t z&. f1 1. ( Ii JWCl.-T "
yjit j rfjfM' .I'Ulil'
sets (hem VLMi:
TI.--.T. T! ... . . , '-:
...B uuon lU(jj Wii8 n0j euoyas
nn wiiw-nc urst thought and In
!Up fflr several days uml pfil
U ' I
How to StfccMri
During tho la9t few yea:
una hi uU lines 01 ousirv
professional hfo. havA nk
completely that ovorv mai
up to tho foot Uiatix,fi
success 110 must specialize
to do some one thine .
So it is with any artkfe, taV'
sola to the people. tl-'Sidt "kkS
genuino merit or no afeetutl of
vcrusimj win maiutnin tM,fv
rQr ''mi gB
auf.i - h
wutSmiitf """ gggH
SKt Jh mC" ' i-""1 m
x, ;i mi .. , ..
- ts fm
Quiekly relioves Rheumatism,
Neuralgia, Raekaohe, Hoadacho and
other pains. A rowaid of $100 will
be paid if it fails and tho purchase
price is uot Tpfundod. Try it nnd
swt. 60 cowl at all dealer.
for the article,
For many years we1
with much interest tjia
record maintained bv '
Swamp-Root, tha great f
er anu madder Ecme
so much confidence
invited every xn to
coat, beforo nnrhas;
Jt is a nhvsicuuvs.
Thoy have on HU
UUqvi reccivc1 jreai.
era who ara vnr-
health as a resujt vt iUv??'
A l- " ! . I
W . ..-'
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!! i-S I,- IJI ,
. w ibm w jtt- ov m
mmMiou), mr ,m
An aviatorand a newpporre
porter started from Los Angeles to
The sad wk
their bodies ashore.'
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tlon this paoaV. " M '
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