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THE STANFORD INTERIOR JOURNAL, STANFORD, KENTUCKY TUESDAY. OECEWRER 24. 1912.
The Danville Tobacco Warehouse Co., Breaks all records for the year over its floors-This house has made a wonderful rectril
For three straight days it has only touched the high places. Highest floor average, highest individual average and the kigks
priced single basket, which is a record to be proud of. This house has largest floor space south of Kentucky River in the State
of Kentucky-Unloading capacity unsurpassed-Stable room for 200 horses. Follow the crowd to the Danville Tobacco Warefcwse
and sell vour tobacco and n jiome
with a smile ot satisfaction oh vour
face, Followlnu are a few of the
best averages of last week:
0. Pevino of Morror iMiintv, wild
J)M) ihiuiiiIh fr $:ill".l I. Hw crop
Mitvhel Tavlnr, of llnvte ruiiiuv.
old l,21i miiiiiih fur X30XM,
llarvov & Sexton, .)f Mercer conn
Iv Mold l.!V )Kmiid for $318.08,
Cohll & l'oitx, of HovlP POIIIltV.
wold 1,105 imnniK fir $220.07,
John Monro, of Morcer conntv,
old 2,410 iwiiiulx for $521.70. which
A. Dcviiip, of Mercer omit'- nld
1,505 tiound, for .f.'ll 1.05, which av
V. I. Meredith, of Mercer poub-
v. xold .1.010 iHMimlrt for SOIO.Ol,
V. I'. Kincnid of Lincoln counlv,
wild 1. 005 jimin.N, for .3()8.'I3,
Oconto Moblcv, of Marcor county,
sold 475 pound for '$100.01, which
K. 11. Itronntitrli. of Lomotil coun
ty hflx lo hm credit the vcar's re
cord lor Hie IiiKheit nvernce mado
over the locnl breaks, a well as tho
liieliot xiiikIo banket cold. His of
fering thin week wcro 1,050 pounds
which broucht $130.00, which aver
aged $26.40 "r"
Mawh Hcd Comfort t'l'.O
KwlUvn led Coii)tit .'. .01
All wtMil IHankelt St t. $.5()
bilk loc or to 1.jv.
Awto Veil Jydx2d $1
Pillow Tojm l'Jc ti .r0c.
UMHilry lt 10c to 50c
Children's Hnta 10c t 1 2V
AmIo Scarfs 25c to $1.
Children' fur msI $1 U '
Udiiw r"r Set $S to $25.
JniHtHuec MoaMct S0c to $3.
Handkerchief 3c to $1
2 Haiidkorehios in
a folder, 50c.
0 I Jp hex H
tt handlccroldofa In
funoy box $1
3 Handkerchief in
milt case 15
S lUtulkpreklefa in
plume box 25o
Parisian Irory warn
2.1e to 50c
JnWtieM llaahcta 50c t.) $3.
PHr (fcts $1 to $25.
Chifroa vrik 2xlyd $1.
Aula Scurf 3e to 1.
KmI Utavm $1 to l.Mi.
I,lHfi Bwrf, Br, centers
etc, 25e lo $5.
1,hUm' Suits Lot No. 1
(to olose) T.
IjmUo' Salts lt No. Si $7.50.
ljidioe Sort dream
tot No. 3 $5.
All clak e fourth off
Matty other ImmV nMds di
jJayod and priced Mow the
Cm wile Stick
Ualf 1hhq t ,
Hat, l'in Holders
l'oet' Card Albums.
Holt Holly llibbon
Child' l'tiloMt Laather Kelt
Personal and Social.
Mr. John M. Watow i at homo
liom (JeorgctoiMi to ipnnd tho holi
iIh, with relativeM ami friaiida.
Mi-- Klla Wurron is ajanHlinf a
lew da.va with her iler, Mrs. C. V.
'iKruftt at Crab Orchard.
Mj-h Warah Hundlnv I at homo
Irom ,St. Kathvriiie's where ahe w in
Mi- Maybelle Tcitnant, of Mt.
CleuieiiM, Mwh is the attractiru
Kict ot Mihs ltorla .lean lVtinv.
Mi- Martha HihiiihoI la in Dan-
title -iienditiK tho hohdavii with mr
mother, Mr. Hoiaiiud.
Mi Krfie Drva, of .MfKimiuv.
au here 1'nilav tho Kttctt of Mra.
Mr farl Ilium -i'iit wroral 1m
mI McKinnev the niiwt ot iibf ewimn.
Mi Katlionna llarrin. m at Iioihc
fr.nii Millentlninr to upend ttiu lioll-da-.
Mr. Carl Carter, who ha beoii In
ImlinontHili", ln!.. f'rr vcrl
iiioiitli- ih at lioine for the holiday.
Mimh JtKe)iMno Wavren. of tlio
KooxmIIo 'lMil, will ooia tonialit
for a few day.' utav with the homo
I'r.ir. and Mm. V. 0. Hopper, of
Ml. Stcrliwr. are th irweit. of hU
iwrcnt Mr .and Mr. (leonie llop
ler. .Mi-,. It nt It and Manrarct Monk,
ot MeKntnev, who hnva hr(iii atleiiil
liiir -clmol at I'Mri- are at home f.n
Mn-ter William ltradv. of Mt.
Sahti. wan the mumt iif hi- araml-imreiil-.
Mr. and Mv. Will llrail
Sniurdav and Mtmlav.
Mi-- N'ancv Yoaacr. of I'itl-burv
1'n., i- Iter,, for the holiday the
aue-t of her mother. Mo. Suan
Mi Sophia Alcorn P- at Imomc
from Danville -pendiiur the holiday
with her lwrent- .Iui'" and Mr. .1.
W. A1 colli.
Mo. (. II. Keelon. of Mll'iam
Imrv. chihc down Saluiday akttit
, iinil opeut -exeral dav her-1 with
relative- anil fneailn.
I'eachic Margaret Pence, the lit
tle iluuirlitiT, of Mr. and Mr-. Adam
l'eiicc ha- been unite -Vk fo cvor
Siiiimc and Mr. .1. T. Kolieit
weiit to Uviiiir-t.ui Miaolav to vi-lt
Mr. (ieorve CihiV. and family for
Mra. WaltPT June wan in Ioiu
ville noveral dava lant weok.
Miaa Marv Hkntiti. of Hock Hilt
S. C. i at hoiw for Chriatina.
Maator Itainc M. Hutnhlnaon. of
Danville, i tho Kiiet of lii fntehr,
Mr.. K. It. Hntchinva.
Mias Ullin I'arrin. of Ani!pr-nn,
Ind. i here viilinr her aunr, lr.
U. II. O'ltaunoii.
Mi Nabcl Kevnolda. or M'cKin
ni'V. vrH the net of relative- unit
friend- M'eral dava lat wek.
. Uev. A. A. Ilimiim. of fllniro. i
lHiiiliiitt the holiday with hi pr
Mitf Mr. and Mr. W. II. Iliwriii-.
.ftaae Klixabeth and Luciiidii
Uilea are the ue-t of relative
ami friend in Lexinatou.
Mm. W. II. Shanks ia viaitimc her
immit. Mr. and Mrs. Daldwin, at
Mr. Mattic Neviaa i the euc-t
of her daiitthter. Mr. .1. U. Buck.
at (Tilhcrt ( Veck.
Mr. .1. C. KHbanka and dainthtcr.
Annie Lee. are viaitimr hw mother.
Mr. Helle I'd kin- at Ijnieaater.
Mi-. IM I'eMon went to Crali Or
chard Monday to pnud aevprnl
ilav with Mix. .1. C. Hailey.
S. F. lWane dr. of Danville, i
herc. the ituent of Joeph Hopper,
for the holiday.
Mi Lillie I'errin mid Mi Milcv
.if Amler-oii. Ind.. aic aue-tn of
Mr-. W. II. O'llaiiHou.
Dcnni Sprauen. of Hu-toiiville.
will lie the Kiicl of hi- collexe uiate
.lolni M. Water-, thi- week.
Her. D. M. Walker and family me
vi-ilin Mr-. Walker parent-, at
Vaiiccliuiv for Chri-tinn.
Mr. Limicr. of M.tnticello, i- the
tml of her daiuchter. Mr-. Sam
D. Knd-. on the Ijiiica-tcr nike.
(leoiiie 0. Menefte. of lliimiinc
Imiiii. Aln. trot in in time to -pend
fliHtmn with the home folk.
.1. T. Kiabrv. .!' the Auditor'- f
liv at Frankfort, cainc home for
Mi-k Itellc Denny i the auot ot
Mi. W. I (liven at Shelliy ("it
for a tew dav-.
T. W. .Iihic- ha joined hi- wife
at (lie home ot her iaretit-, Mr. ami
Mi. N.miiaii, nt Waltoh, for the
Wallet Millmrn, who i- inakiiiK
uooil on the Lawruiieelmnt News i
i-pcmliiiK Christuut'g with In- aunt,
Mi Mollie Watw. here.
AIIiihI M. l'encc who ha Ikh-ii
trntcliinc IIiioiikIi Arkan-nn
I l.oiii-iann and Tc.a- for the liter:-
Stop coughing! Coughing
rasps and tears. Stop it!
Coughing prepares the throat
and lungs for more trouble.
Stop it! There is nothing so
bad for a cough as coughing.
Stop it! Ayer's Cherry Pec
toral is a medicine for coughs
and colds, a regular doctor's
medicine. Sold for seventy
years. Use it! Ask your doc
tor if this is not good advice.
Unless there Is dally tctlon of Ibe bow
els, poisonous products re absorbed, wh,0 doing your Xmas shopping
causing headache, biliousness, nausea,
dyspepsia. We wish you would ask youi
doctor about correcting your constipation
by taking laxative doses of Ayer's Pills.
It.d. Vr Oi 1- C ATIB CO.. low. II Mai
For Snip. !Iou-u niul lot oontatn
hik 1 3-1 acre in Mt. Salem.
C. Montuomerv, Mt. Salem, Kv.
You can buy poods from Cum
min.s & Woaren ."hcaper now than
you over bought them anywhere.
WIipm y!i have a hilions alturk
irio Chamberlain' Tablets a trial.
They nre excellent. For sale by 0.
A splendid selection of watches
clocks, jewelry etc., for Xmas pres
ents at Mueller's 92-tf.
A fine Englih bull dog enme to
my place near Crab Orchnrd last
Vedncdiiy. Owncs can get same
by jwying frr this adv. nnd his keep
It. II.' Idonniijili. dr. 100-3.
Sealed bids for the surplus milk
at the Creamery will bo received un
til noon. Saturday. Dec. 28. II. J.
Melloherts, Secy. 100-2
Gel a good menl for 25c at Cover's
Mi Atom )mti Mellohoit waory Wajcon Coiiipnii., if. at home
in IjincH-tor Sataxlay, the jtne-t of'tur the holiday
her cousin, Mi l.ettie Mae Me-
Mr. Moiri-on l!riili!, who i at
tending -ch.ail at the I'nivcr-ity 'of
Vintinia i- at home for the Xmas
Ml-. Marv Noel and Mo-ilaiiie J.
T. I'ark. .if Uanville. ami .1. It.
Wn.vU of Taint Uck. -pent a por
limi ot Ih- holida- witi their fath
er. Ke. It. It. Nlicl.
Mi- Mmiraiel Warren, who i-
, IcHiliinir -chool at Cohimbii-. Ohio
arrixed Salnnla-v niaht to spend
the Yul.'ti'e wtli her mother, Mr.
Mr. and Mt--. .lame- T. Meiiofce
aic Here irom Knowiiie, lenn.. to
Mir Viraiuia ihmrnc i it t home
ficm Huiitiuuton, W. Va for the
Kobert Water of St. Loiii-. Mo.,
will -pend the holiday- with lula-live-
Mr. Woolev Kmbrv, of l.oui-ville.
i- heic -iieiiditiK Chri-liiia with
In- lutreiit. Mr. and Mr-. .1. T. Km
Irrv. Mr. I'arker came home with
him and i- hi- xuc-t.
Mr. Aithur Coffey, of AfcKlnnev.
who i- attendimr school ut Mate
I mwi-it, l.eiiial.iii i- nt home tor
Mr. Kdar lte.Miohl-, of MoKtn
ni'. i- -peiiiliiiv the holidays witli
her -i-ter. Miv. J. II. William-, at
Mi Matlie McClury i here from
I'lttsbunr. I'a., to spend Christmas.
Mr. Micah II. Clirisman, i- here
lor a few dnv, the uue-t of MU-
Susan Fi-her Woods.
Little Lucile ISiillou K (tiite ill at
l lie home of her mother, Mrs. II. M.
llallou on Danville ltveuue.
Mra. J. L. II. Coffey and little
-on, Shclhy are here from Frank
foil to spend CliiiMimis With relit
tie. dipt. Coffev will come ovit
today t spend a short time.
Hi- Yinriiim Mnhony. who i
atlcmluit; scIiimI at Geoivctowu is
heie spending the holiihiy with her
xrnudmother, Mr. Mary Penny.
Mi. J. (. Jenkins, of Concord.
I, mil., is iic ic ui tile iiedsv'- ot ner
sister Mr-. T. I' Hill, who remain
-till ippte ill.
Missc- .Mary 0. Dnugheity and
Mnrv A. StiniKcr huve goiie to le
wce 'nllev to -pend the holiday
with their cnusiii. Mi Delia K.
Mii Chailutle 1'ollit. o Laneas
ler. look the train hciy Monday for
Middle-boio, where she will visit
Mr. Frank I'ollit and family.
Mr. and Mr. .1. (. . Osborne, of
Kiio.wiHc, aic heie to -pend the
holiday- with her mother. Mrs.
Mr. nnd Mrs. r T. C.utci1 mi('
-on. Fail, hip here from Kvan-vill'
Ind.. lo spend the holiday., with hw
mother, Mr. Julia Hughe and
oilier relative. ..
Fanciest lino of Xmns enndies
over in Stanford at Cover's-J00-3
11. It. Game Cockerels for sale
Mr-. Sam Helm, llustonville, Phone
You want the Uest policy when
vou insure. See Fish & Bromley,
Stanford, Ky. Insure everythlnq.
Cummins k Wearen nro dissolv
ing partnership and are slaughtering
For Itent for 1913: Two houses
nnd negro cabin belonging Mrs. M.
V. Vaughn. Apply to L. It. Hughes,
The annual lnveling of the Bbaie
holders of the Ljucoln County Na
tional Rank, of Stanford, Ky. to elect
directors for the year 1913 will be
held nt its hanking offieo the Bpc
ond Tiiesduy in January. 1913. YT.
L Dright, Cashier. 97-9.
The Perfect Laxative
For Elderly People
Ars ha Its attraction no less than
Louth In a more renn and quieter lire,
ut It I thin very llfo of rest without
aufllclent excrctae that bring with It
thoie dlsonler that arle from In
activity. Chief of tlicno are a chronic,
Most elderly people are troubled In
this way, with accompanying symptoms
of belching, drowslnpsn after eating,
headaches and general lassitude. Fre
quently there Is dlfllculty of digesting
even light food. Much mental trouble
ensue, a It Is hard to nnd a suitable
remedy. First of all the ndvlce may be
given that elderly people hould not ue
salt, cathartic pills or powder, waters
or any of the more violent purgative.
What they need, women as well a men.
Is a mild laxative tonic, one that Is
pleasant to take and yet acta without
Tho remedy that flits all these re
quirements, and has in addition toalc
firopcrtlcs that strengthen the stomach.
Iver and bowels. Is Dr Caldwell's Syrup
Pepsin, which thousands of elderly peo
ple use, to the exclusion of all other
remedies. Trustworthy people like A. V.
Tlgreit, Oaklawn Farm, Newborn. Tenn..
and Mr Lizzie H Srooks, Paris, Ky..
say they take It at regular Inter
vals and In that way not only main
tain general good health, but that they
!iae not In years felt as good as they
lu now You will do well to always,
havo a bottle of It In tho house It la
good for all the family.
Anyone wishing to make a trial of this
remedv before buying It In tho regular
wav of a druggist at fifty cents or ono
dollar a large bottle (family size) can
have a sample bottle sent to the homo
free of charge by simply addressing; .Dr.
W. n. Caldwell. 403 Washington SU
Montlcello, III. Tour name andaddreaa
on a postal card will Co.
SHORT LOCAL NEWS
Tho lo'Milur incctins f the stock
holder of tho State Hank & Trust
Co.. of Stanford. Ky.. will be held
at its bankin-j houe on tho second
Tuewlnv in Jnnuutv 1913, at 1 o'
el.iuk P. M. for the purpose of elec
ting directors for the ensuing vear.
M. II. SALIX, Cashier.
c-"rSBSsW --- - I
i. sev MiswJ "
i " H'
ImuL hi wii it Tiiiii
jLpcnd the holiday- with hi- parent, ),, tvyil ,,,0 nnd Hule daushler
SI.Mr. iimi jit. .1. X. Mcnefee. MiMtiryM. f MiddIcbor, have ar-
Letitia Waiion i- with them ned In bo the jtiio-t- of their aunt,
lion. II. Shank and wire x,, Htal Itciil and their jernnd
airixcd Friday niiiht fiom Cdiim-' ... .,,... ,,....1,... .
1 1111-. (la., to remain until after Xmas ,. , ,.. i- , Ti'ilili!,, nn.i
holiday. Mr. Shank -ay- tho mule ,,.,' .....i AlL. IaI.." C.i,.n..r. 1110-
. market 1. rather dull ju-t at pie-out iltll Itichmoml Sunday. Mr.
tint a- the price of cotton ha- ad- Tn(ldc ami laimlv veie the vuet-
aiiceil xiiiicwhnt he believe- the ,,t Mr. and Mi- Hieck and Mi-
lnc-tuk iii.n Let will he materially ('ouiier w.i- the cue-t of Mi- Lucy
improxed after the firt of the year. Lee Walton
Should Have Good Light for Studying
A poor light strains the eyes, nnd tho injurious effects may
last for life. An oil lamp is best. The light from the Rayo
Lamp is soft and mellow. You can read or work under it
for hours without hurting your eyes.
The RAYO It constructed scientifically. It la the
bctt lamp made- yet inexpentive and economical.
. I jw,-, made of solid bran nickel plated.
'SXTfrb -"ii Lighted without removing chimney or
CLy J shade. Easy to rlean and rewick. Made ia various
tylei and for alt purposes.
STANDARD OIL COMPANY
tf&Au. ""irrr171 jkAMI
Our entire stock goes at cost,
Cummin-! & Wearen.
Fot XnuiM, buy your eundio,
fruit iiuth, enmberrioo and lialiery
-uppliba nt Oover's 100-3
''he city -chool- will tcconvene
011 .Mouilav, Dec. .'Kith. All pnlroiu
ami pupil are rctiuc-tcd to leiiiem
For holiday presents which will
last a life time no to Mueller's jew
elry store. 90-tf.
For Sale or Itent. Mv hoti-c,
pnHRfls.ioii given the first of Ibe
uar or nt once apply to MU 15, V.
Lojtan. Main Street, Hu-tonvillo 100.1
For Xnxi- c.ike- pica, etc, jiivc
me jour oi'dei" oaily mi you won't bo
dihappoiuted. Oooi,'J 100-1.
Notice. All kind- of Innhllirj
lumber for alu. 1'ortoui wantim;
nine will plca-e inaKe out mil- niul
commiiuicaic wiiii .1, 1 . nancy or
Mat Coffmaii. Slanr.iidr'K.v. J. I'.
The Micinl of the Hndeavor ot
the Chri-timi cluuvli I111- been i-t-imiicil
until the t"nt Friday m-bt 11
I.o-t A lad.C- r.hiiu watch ami
t.'h, fra " I'aiw In Crace " cii
.i.ied 111 the back. Ittnvaul for 10
turu to thi- ol'lico. KI'J-'J
TritHtee of the Jury Fund W. W.
Snuiiilei mi'- that the iiioiicn In
I be ptroi'o who -ned ( la-t ii-rm.
I 1 come, and tbev can act -nine
l i-alliuw at I hw FirM N'ationul
r ti er Umm Cttr or TotNM. 1
utc cuisn: ( "
PsAkc J. Cmwst SMfc aMk auk 1. j
rnm ( Ike sria olF. 1. Csn i .
ImiisMi Is ta Oir Tulssn. teuut Mid m,U'
iswhH S4 Ustt MM .ins wsi p ikr urn ui
UNK Hl'DHKn 1MM.L. tut rra am
The annual incetin" of thu Stock
holders of the First National Bank,
.if Stanford. Ky., o elect directors
for the year 1913, will be held nt
its banking1 office the second Tues
day in January 1913, II. C. Bongh
ninn, Cashier. ' 9"-9.
Notice to Stockholders
The ntiininl election of directors
of the National Bank of llustonville
will be held at their banking bouse
on the hcconil Tuesday in January
1013. J. W. 1I0CKER
You can cut down your expenses, if
you try a little less for this luxury, a few cents less for that
and you have the beginning of a fortune, iff yeu put what
you save in the bank. All the time it is accumulating
you are getting nearer to independence and to the gdal of that
ambition for all things ajpffey w'ien Vu nave moncv-
Start today. Open a bank account with '
what you have. Even a dollar will do.
STATE BANK & TRUST CO.,
Capital$50,000. Surplus $500
w. l Mccarty, Pres.
G. L. PENNY, V. Pres.
M. B. SALIN, Cashier.
S. MCE, V. Pr.
D. EADS, V-Pres.
P. BROWN, A.-Cash'r.-
I CATtSHH ISSt MlHl niTnl l UK ": u
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M Uttf n Mil ii il I ii " r, m i
A. i. I'w
A. W Ol.t VXOV
NolAMk 11 SHI
lurr nm tiii rtM u ttus liiwi'ir smI h
Kssssi LsV tM UUststsW4J Ik
rSuTUF. tSasrWTi-. MMiniw.
For Sale or Rent. On Januarx 1.
'.013 my hou-e on Main btreot. II
C llau;huian. Dt-li.'
are under double strain
strength to live and learn and
strength to grow they must
have noiirihliiiient not over
loaded stomachs, but con
centrated nutriment to aid
nature during the growing
The w)nderfulecord of
Scoff 'a Emulsion as a body
builder has been proved for
three generations. It strengthens
the bones, muscles and sinews;
builds rn body, cftatct tntrgy
and vigor; pteents and relieves
colds and fortifies the lungs.
Millions of delicate and un
developed children have been
made strong, sturdy and hearty
with Scott's Emulsion.
Iniitt an haunt SCOTT'S.
mm HI ninru IS J lt-M
First National Bank
STANFORD, KY. ' ' TK-
Capital $50,000; Surplus $26,0001
Have you commenced that bank account with ms, t
year, as you promised yourself to do? '
IS TIME YET. COMMENCE TODAY. ':
J. S. HOCKER. Pres. H. C. BAUGHMAN, Cashkr -(
S. T. HARRIS. Vice Pres.. W. W. SAUNDERS. Ind. B-Xewv
.. J. R. HARRIS. Bookkeeper.
J tH-Otl &
f .ill .mil
n ikii r
n ,! WTi.i. r Hmtd sr saw
.ui .u uriiwu Ibrr coinprt.f
ii. . 'i.. uinrkirL I esn suit tajoot
.. im (,!... Imi ktd bit rkukn wail In or
l . t .,. mads t jiffu, uirauir it pr
(.rmM. i. ...( j mid civibva lu li.la IBriu
UMitr la u. uMira dMiD't cott sa uor Ihsn
rw4f at. I. wk.o usllt; sod fit U eonild
r'd (uhi in nnd let in Uk roar umi
a o xvriKY. r frtaUti iar
BEGINNING Monday, Oct 21tf
1912, we will sejl our entire
stock of Dry Goods, Notio'ns,.
Shoes, Etc., at absolute cost. This,
season's newest goods. Nothing
reserved. We need the money and
mean business. This is the best op
portunity you will ever have to save
money. Strictly a cash proposition.
Goods charged will be .sold at the
regular price :::::;::
Hughes, Martin Sc
r 'v i