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THE 8TAWF0RP IHTFmnw intio HAL STANFORD, KENTUCKY
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STEWART DRY GOODS CO.
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COME TO LOUISVILLE AT OUR EXPENSE.
THE PLAN, BRIEFLY, IS: Purchase from your home to Louisville.
When you have completed your shopping in this store, take your
return ticket and your sales checks to the transfer desk (South end
of building), and we will refund in cash 5 of your total purchases
up to the cost of your Round Trip Railroad Fare. Notice to Charge
Customers Rebate made in cash at time of purchase and not at
time of settlement of account.
Do Your Holiday Shopping in Louisville and at
Louisville's Christmas Store
OurMail OrderDepartment Will ServeYou
If you cannot come, write us
a list of what you want, and
your order will be filled as
satisfactorily as if you were
here in person.
Never in the history of this
great store have the stocks
been as large, the selections as
varied or the values as great as
at the present Holiday season.
Every wanted need finds its
satisfaction in the myriad of Christmas things whicn are displayed
in the 81 different departments of this great store.
The shopping facilities of the Stewart Dry Goods Co. are unequaled
by any store in this section of the country. The broad, spacious aisles
the splendidly trained clerks, and the modern equipment makes easy
the handling of the vast crowds which daily throng this great store
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ACCOMMODATION DESK-Second Floor
TOYLAND Fourth Floor
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TURNER8VILLE. ; Mr. John Cabh bus about com-
pleted hli! new Htore and hopes to
This is fine, weather for ho Idl- bfl 5n U b Xma
ling, nnd i cms that people in thin Mr. ond Mrs. Leslie Cooper are
coraranity ore taking advantage of rejoicing oer the arrhal of a fino
Jt ' boy. The littlu fellow baa been nnni-
Lltile Robert MoCormack is HI ' J"""" Coleman,
vrith diptheria. Mr. and Mrs. Dun Bogie, of Mad
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OiMitn ratuklv nrcr tlunk of
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It it up to yo 1 to sti t' e c!o not ruin
ihcsr yi mi C)i (hs lor (j evaiinei
by ftding ujJer n poor ligSt.
The Rtyo Lamp it an iiuuronce
againU eye troubles alike for young
The Rtyo it a low-priced lamp, but it it constructed on the aoundetl
(dentine principles, and there it not a better lamp made at any price.
It it easy on the eye becaute iu light it to toft and white and
widely diffuied. And a Rayo Limp never flickert.
EuSrligUed without remonag tH.tU 01 tlumuyt y lo cun and nwkk.
Solid Um lhioughoul.twilli liamWt nkkel ill iil alio jj teunjr o'hr itIctand haaW
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Standard Oil Company
son ennnty, are the guests of Mr.
niid Mrs. J. 0. Bogie.
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Russell visit
ed rclatiea in Casey Sunday.
Mr. Cecil Manning nnd Mi93 Bet-
j tip Ilogcre, drove to Danville last
vcek and were married. Mr. Man
' ninj U jne of our most frominent
.voting lnrmers, ana is to Be eon
rrntulnted on m inning such a hand
fr. l'ct (opcr nnd Mis Snllie
l'Ki'r surprni'd their many friends
''c imvilny by being quietly mnr-
d. Mr. Cooper is another of our
imminent young farmers, whilo hU
'nido is both popular and hnndsomo
Mr. John Long is homo from Cin
fiurmti isiting his parents, ,
Mr. Tmn Oakes has gone to Cin
cinnati. MisH l'ldin Long is at home from
Cii'cinnati nnd is intending to go
Afrn. Emit Newman was the guest
of Mm. T. Shradcn last Thursday
Miss Ann Crow and Miss Mi'drcd
Sclmider wcro the guests of Miss
I'lule Long lust Thursday and en-J
joyed a nice fat turkey for dinner.
Mrs. Ella Sheffler was the guest
of Mrs. Ed Qooch last Saturday.
Messrs. Deo and Curtis Wiko
were tho guests of Mr. and Mrs.
Edd Goooh last Sunday a week ago.
Miss F.lsio Long and Miss Wildred
Sbrader were thero also.
Wo believo wo can tell for whom
tho nost wedding bells will ring.
WOMAN BURNS TO DEATH
Mrs. Mary F. Poel died nt Nicho
losville last week as tho results of
burns. Sho wns engaged in render
ing lard when in bono jway her
clothes ignited and sho was fatally
burned before help could reach her.
She was 55 years old and is sur
vived by her husband, Thomas Peel,
and three children, Ilamiltou Pcd
of thntyconnly, Mrs. Mary Ilunto
of Kokomo, Ind., and Mrs. Annie
Droaddiif, of Richmond.
HONOR SYSTEM AT STATE
WOMEN CAUSE LOS
ANGELES TO GO WET
Exciting Scenes When California
Women Cast Their First Votes
In Municipal Election.
When your feet are wet and cold
nnd your body chilled through and
through from exposure, take a big
dose of Chamberlain's Cough Reme
dy, batbo your feet in hot water be
fore going to bed, and you aro almost
certain to ward off a sovcro cold.
For salo by all dealers.
Tho students of Stat University
by a voto of moro than two to one,
adopted the honor system of self
government by which an executive
committee of ten members, from
various classes, including four young
ladies, will scttlo all matters affect
ing collego life, and will probe dis
honesty and cheating in examin
ations. This movement was taken
with tho consent of tho faculty.
All work is to be dono Becretly,
nnd if a studont is foundguilty ho
or sho -nill bo notified by letter to
leavo tho University. If not gono
nt the end of tho week or if an ap
peal to a higher body of students
is not offectivo, pnblio expulsion
will follow. This is tho most drastic
action ever taken by college in the
"I had seen troublo with consti
tution for two years and tried nil
of tho best physicians in Bristol,
Tenn., nnd thoy could do nothing
for me," writes Ths. E. Williams,
Middlesboro, Ky. "Two packages of
Chamberlain's Stomach and Livor
Tablets cured mo." For sale by all
Women voted for the first time
in tho Lns Angeles city election Inst
week nnd it is snid to bo due to
their otcs thnt the city went "wet."
This today is the consensus of
opinion niuong political 'otaorvor
who are carefully htudying tlio first
cijunl suffrage vote ever enst in n
bitter municipal campaign in n large
Tho women voted overwhelming
ly ngninst a prohibition mensure, d
signed to make tho town nty n
Th accomplishments credited to
the women oters are:
Cast more than half of tho total
Declared for municipal ncwfcpnpcr
Voto for devices to preserve pave
ments. Voted more quickly than men.
Required less coaching than men.
Outvoted men in nearly all pre
cincts. Worked for candidates moro en
thusi.Mieully than men.
Concrtcd many former foes to
Brought peace throughout tho
city. , i
Opinions by those who led the
fight lor Alexander and tho Good
Government ticket ngainst Hnrriman
and the Socialists are numerous in
praising tho women on the result.
The woman's Progressive League
was organised October 10. Tues
dny they put into the field an army
of 2,000 trained workers, captains
nnd Ksntcnnnts of precincts, ffi-
inl tiy tlio executive board mem
bers of the lo.i"e, which from be
fore the polls opued until theji
doo, were on duty seeing that ev
ery citizen woman's vote was c.it.
In precinct 170 one of the pretti
est ecnts of the ei.tire day was en
acted when four generations of ono
family enst their first ballots. Tho
first of the line was Mrs. Knthcrinc
Shinn. Mis. Sliinn, who, next Sun
day will celebrate her 92nd birthday
was brought to tho polls by her
daughter, Mrs. Mnry Kenny, nnd
Mrs. Snllie Fcriic. Men of tho Citi
zens' Committee nbout tho polls act
ed ns courteous to Mrs. Shinn, who,
however, insisted upon carrying her
own ballot to the bov nnd watching
Beside Mrs. Shiun's daughter,
the two uprescnlnties of the
nest two generations who voted
wcro Mrs. Elizabeth Kenny, her
grauddaughter nnd George Mayer,
her gicat grandson who, 11 years
younger than the head of his family
also wns casting his first mayoralty
ote. Six women over 84 jears of
ngo voted in thos precinct.
Madame Caroline M. Severance,
"Mother of Woman's Clubs," is ono
of the happiest, also ono of the most
excited women in Los ngeles, lor she
saw fulfilled the dreams and strug
gles of nearly four score years, when
ns on enfranchised American citizen
she went to tho polls and cast her
Mrs. Snrah Loui3 Flaught, a wid
ow, aged 71, was so overcome with
excitement nt casting her first bnl
lot thnt sho fell ns iho was lenvim;
Mrs. Hansen, In a Letter Pram
RfeMIe, Tells How She Gained K.
Mobile, Ala. "I Buffered for wrwai
years, with womanly trouble," wrttM
Mrs. Sigurd Hansen In a letter from
this city. "I felt weak and always had
a hcadacho and was always colng to
tho doctor. At Jsst I was operated on,
and felt better, but soon I bad Uin
My husband caked me to try CarduJ.
1 felt better after the first bottle, and
now, I havo a pood appetite ami sWp
well. I feel fine, and the doctor tells
mo I am looking better than ho ever
If you aro sick and miserable, end
suffer from any of tho pains duo to
womanly trouble try Cardul.
Cardul Is successful because It Is
composed of Ingredients that have been
found to act curatlvcly on tbo woman
For moro than fifty years, It has tvin
used by women of all ages, with great
ncccss. Try It. Your druggist sells It.
N.H Write tot tjdlM AJvhory tVr . f Ktn
rirri M!klntCo , Ouittnorufi, Tnn , lor .SprriaJ
lmtnutumt, jnd 64-pjff book, Horn TreJUru
r Wornm." tint In piln wrppr, on rcoutt.
the polling plucc, nnd died of bear
Mr. Tom Kwing, of Greenville, Il
linois is visiting relatives here.
Miss 1'enrl Collier hns returned
from n uit to Louisville.
Mn George Jny Whito and family
will leae soon for Tuscon, Am., at
which place ne will make his future
Mr. Newman and wife aro visiting
his mother Mrs. Claudia Holman.
llcv. Lucien Iaslcy, formerly of
here, but now of Mexico is visiting
here, ho preached a very interest
ing sermon Wednesday night at tbo
The wife of Mr. Hugh Logun is
Mrs. Moore, nged 87, passed away
at tho home of Mr. Bryant, near
Slrother Carter is visiting here,
nnd alto hunting.
Mr. Curtis Egbert continues quite
Mr. William Robinson is spcndir.g
n week or two in Crab Orchard.
Car. Englerann, from Indiana, is
visiting Mr. Woods Pottus and family-
Miss Annie Bronaugh, who is now
in Louisville has taken sick with
tjphoid fever. Dr. J. W. Guest is
the attending physician, whilo her
sister is attending her wants.
Mr.. Clarence Woods is now in
Crab Orchard where he has formed,
: class in physical culture.
IMPORTANT TAX DECISION"
In reversing tho c iso of Madison
County Fiscal Court ngainst David
McChord, Sheriff, the Court of Ap
peals last week held that tho Sheriff
is not entitled to treat tho colla
tion of railroad tax as a separate
fund from tho regular county taxes
that all the money collected for tho
county for nil funds, must be count
ed as ono fund in tho matter of the
commission to bo paid, the sheriff
for collecting it. Tho sheriff ex
tended that ho was cnlitleeT'to 30"
per cent on the first $5,000 of ruiJ
rond tax and also 10 per cent, on
the first $5 000 of regular county
levy. Tho court says ho is cnlitkd
only to 10 per cent on tho first 95,
000 wi'h nil tho funds counted as
WINTER TOURIST TICKETS
AND ALL SOUTHERN RESORTS
ON Sl.H DAIL.Y
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