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Interior journal (Stanford, Ky. : 1912): June 21, 1912 Interior journal (Stanford, Ky. : 1912) 300dpi TIFF G4 page images Shelton M. Saufley Stanford, KY 1912 int1912062101_sn85052023 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Interior journal (Stanford, Ky. : 1912): June 21, 1912 Interior journal (Stanford, Ky. : 1912) Shelton M. Saufley Stanford, KY 1912 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. H'.wwt..., Jtok1.1 1, 11'IMW.Wj The Interior Journal. ESTABLISHED 1800. NO. 60 Murphy STAXLORD, Howe. UNCOLN CDl'NIY, KENTUCKY. FitlDAY, JtNE 21, 1012 Middleliurq. TUESDAYS AND FRIDAYS. GOD'S FINGER TOUCHED HER AND SHE SLEPT. The "Best Offer" Proved a Big Success and Same Will Be Extended Until June 25th Beloved Lincoln County Girl Weds Man From Tennessee. McKinncy, THE CONTEST CLOSES JUNE 29TH Everything was hustle and bustle in the contest depurtmoirt the pust anil few days as the contestants m tho their friends keep bringing contestScores of subscriptions. ants took udvantnge of tho Best Ot-fof the contest and hundreds of new subscriptions weto milled to the list of the Interior subscription or Ky., Juno 20, One of the social features of tho season was tho mntriage of Miss Mnry Catherine .Murphy to Mr. Mi-- , John E, Howe, tho only If you are In earnest and wish to be one of the eleven winners on June nnd Mrs. F. M. Howe, of sou of Ilarrimun. 29th, net out and hustle as you never did before. This is aoinq to be Temi., ut the beautiful country a very close finish and vou will need every vote to win. This Is home of .Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Murphy posltlvelv your last chance to make your subscriptions bring so many votes so rather In every available subscription before that on tho Hustonvillo and Stanford pike, llcv. J. Q. Montgomery, of Libdate. erty officiating. The marriage was solemnized Wcdnesduy moiuing nt 10 o'clock. June is the month for brides and rosea niul one could not wish for n simple wedding. by lonq prettier or more which Just eloht days more of this record breaklnq contest paper IsKentucky. Tho WcduiriH Wiis u lililUulll et;iil In attempted by a country odds the qrcatest ever and one of much interest because of Should there bo any mistake in the count of any contestant's vote up to the present tune, cull the at-- t wit ion of the contest manager to it before nett Monday night. Otherwise the count will stand us correct up to the present date. HOW THEY STAND TODAY District, No. I. Journal. 102,275 successful was this big offer Miss Ida II. Pcttus So 102,275 decided to extend it Mis Mny North that wo have Margaret Holtzclaw ..102,275 until June 25th. It is tho suppo- Miss Hose McCoriuuck 102,275 sition of the contest manager that .Min Maiy D. Heck 102,275 yon all want your "favorite" to win Miss 100,810 Lud now that this HEST OFr'hH Miss Elsie Coleman May Lawrence .. 07,335 has been extended, you will bo Miss Delia Palmer 05,030 Miss Lena prompted to pitch in and do every95,035 thing in your power to make your Mix, Ehznbeth Higgins IC. Duddcrar ....93,110 candidate n 'winner. Here then is Miss Mnry 1)0,015 4i,. ..mnJiMi nnil most magnificent Mis Emma Meier 00.500 has been repented Miss l.ueilo trow opportunity Hint 70,350 Itiith 1or voir benefit, that you may winMi"s Annie Tanner 71.200 Middleton favorite. It is POSITIVE- - Mi,s lor 09,700 A' THE BEST OFFER OF THE Miss Kato Atidcrsou 07,950 and it hns been repeated Mrs. I L. Sanders CONTEST ....05,070 Mrs. ou at this time in order that may may Miss Mary Hortoti bol-,- ,, Mary E. McKinnev ...03,085 take fresh hope, that you nn vnnr eouraee and come down Miss Hobertn Holtzclaw ...G2.420 . . 59,055 the homo stretch with u spirit and j Miss Anna Warren Miss Uertic McClurc . . ...55,810 will land .vou h winner. dash Hint .Miss Elizabeth Stagg .. .. .12.030 Your Last Chance. to impress on the con- - Miss Isnbelle Reynolds . .. 19.010 We testnnts thnt this is POSITIVELY II Mis Kliznlwth Carter . . .. 15,810 "YOUR LAST CHANCE to take ad - Miss Minelle Pruitt .. 45,720 vantage of the Hest and Biggest of- - Miss Clara Collier fer. It will positively close nt 9 o'- - Miss Florence Dawes .. .. 45.035 41,330 clock TueMlav night, Juno 25th and Mis Effie Drye .. 39,875 nfter that dnt(nnd hour, the vote 'Miss Elsie Singleton .. 30,920 whedule will vfc a big drop ami I Miss Elizabeth Fox .. 30,420 continue nt n lcXr schedule durii'g j Miss Bessie McCormuek Sub - j Miss Hoxie Jennings .. .. 32,910 the remainder ofthe contest ..31.G20 flcripttons will bo accepted from the Miss Gertrude Wilkinson .. 30,970 contestants nnd their friends who Mis Eva Hoiton .. 20,205 nre in the office at 9 P. M. that j Miss Itiith Cocking ...25,870 jitsht but m one will be allowed to .Miss .Martlia Urougliton .. 24.715 cuter and take advantage of the hi Miss Josephine Morris ...21,325 offer after that time. Subscriptions Miss Bessie Biffe .. 24.205 will be norcpted to npplv oil this of Miss Mary Moore Rmiey .. 22,950 for from people living outside of the Miss Dollie Wilcher .. 22,010 citv if the envelope is postmarked Miss Lucy Gooeh .. 21,015 inrt later than 9 p. in.. Tuesday, June Miss Nell Buck .. 10.0S5 125th. This will give those living at Miss Iffttie White .. 15.050 .i distance the same chance as tho-- c Miss Mnry Russell Miss Mamie liolmaii . . . 13.005 living in this citv. Miss Lulu Coker .. 12.005 Turn In Your Subscriptions .. 11,895 If you Imve been holding back anv Miss Madio Butler waiting for a ligger subscriptions District No. 2. offer, yotl nre going to be greatly Miss Bertha West 102,275 lisiipjlnled if vou don't bring Jlii-Miss Sura Richnidson 102,275 you will never get an- Miss Jeuiiie Itankiu in now for 09.9S5 other rhanre during the contest Miss Susio Roberts 00,980 to make your subscriptions bring n Miss Ada Wesley 52,710 many votes ns light now. (Set ev- Miss Azile Elam 50,020 ery available subscription and Miss Willie Wilkinson 37.105 big ones befoie June Miss Lillie Henry the 32,935 doing every min"25th. 'He up and Miss Daisy Shuttle, 31.405 e ute of tlie tune. Do not wait a 2 Miss i:i,ie Jlonis 21,205 hour fur you know that deluvs Miss Jewel Pt.iucisco 18,225 nre dangerous nt this stage of the Miss Alma Cosby 17.315 calling mi Miss Lottie Wcsterfield race. Don't think about 13,495 your friend. Do and see them nt Miss Lavinia McGraw 13,405 ence. Especially call on those Miss May Cozutt 11,020 friends and those come Miss Margaret I.oe (liubbs ..11.140 I Mrs. Dick Hampton 10.820 Get eVoiy MisS Annie Pollard iiriiitniitiiheei. 8.210 liromiso cashed. Don't Mop nt u one Miss Sadie Anderson 7,935 jear subscription. Go nfter the five, ten and twenty Near subscriptions. As matters now stuiul, n good many of vour friends do pot know whither it is our desiic to make a race f.ir the prizes anil glory, nnd un'ess vou . tell them, their support will be givThe pi ires en to someone else. should act as a proper inct'iitivo and Mm SA'lion vmi fiinsii1m llui nnrswm. .'- .... I ih .... ... .. .... .... ( .... ... ... sui-vl- R-- I 1 - raciv the honor of winning should net as a greater iuccuthc. Read Carefully. I I Until will be allowed 50,000 votes above the leader nn the piecciling isHiie. During tho past week this limit has been 20,000 nbove the leader and u number of contestants Imve turned in mine than tho limit mid then wondered why we did not givo them credit for nil in the paper at once. Where mote votes than the limit allowed arc polled, we hold out the balnnco nnd vote them in the next issue for the can- tant than further notice, no contest to poll more Ps I I I jIPsSIlV pnst yenr. Mrs. Walter Vannrsdale visited Mr. II. 1J. Camnitz lust week. Dr. (). S- - Williams was in Cinciu-nu- ti last week. Miss Annie Dunn hns returned from a pleasant visit to friends at Stnnford. Mr. Hugh Thompson spent last MARSHALL NEWLAND week with friends at Lebanon. Mr. Ben Pruitt and Miss Hanson Appointed MaoJstrate In The Crab of Moreland were here for a short Orchard' District. time Tuesday. Misses Roberta and Susan Blain Marshall C. Ncwland, of near Crab Orchard, was appointed magistrate left ThurMlny for a visit to for the second district 111 Lincoln Miss Rachel L.ou one of our county by Governor McCicary this laHe takes tho place on the most highly accomplished young week. Cuinpbell-IIngeriua- n Colfiscal eouit made by the death of dies and n Squire k. 1). Noak.s n hhort time ago lege graduate has accepted a posiMr. New laud is one of the best tion with the high school at Junction equipped young men in the county City to teach the 0th. 7th, and Sth for tho place, having recently com- guides. This school is indeed fortupleted a civil engineering course in nate to have been able to seeuro State I'niversity nnd specialized on this young hidy for this school for toad work. Ho is the sou of Henry Miss Lyons is one of the most promNew laud and a promineii'l young ising young teachers of Kentucky. Mis lkttie Logan doiies her pademocrat. His appointment is regarded to some orient us u com- trons to know that her promise between Col. I). K. Farris diessmaking establishment was opof and ,1. P. Chni.dlcr, both of whom ened Monday with another set Loexcellent seamstresses, and Miss weie tanking a hot fight for the gan would be pleased to have you place. stop in mid get her price etc. Mr. Frank Lusk nnd wife arrived Younq Embry's Great Work Mt. Sterling 0 Thursday for a short visit to his lraukfort defeated to 0 Thinvihn with Wesley Eiubry, mother, Mrs. Alice Lusk. Miss Ella Bornctto who spent tho of Stnnfoid pitching. The Louisville Herald said of the game: "The spring in tho cast letuined Suturbest pitched game in this league this day for u short visit to her mother. sensou wan won hero today by Kid Mrs. Belle Harnette. Mr. John Hack, of Moreland, visEmbr, the wonder picked up by Ho let ited his paiciits Mr. and Mrs. C. M. I'ninkfort from Stanford. the heavy hitting Mt. Sterling team Back last week. Mis- Bettie Gnnn has returned down with two me.itdy hits mid shut them out in their first game, fioin Bowling Gicen where sho atin the league. The visitoin were ut tended tho Normal School. Dr. Joe King, of Louisville passed FmbiVs mercy at all times, as no through heie Sunday en unite to mnii icached third for the visitors Liberty for a shoit visit to the" during the game.'' - the prominence of both parties. The spacious living room, where the ceremony was said, was decorated with daises. At ten o'clock the bridal procession icnmc ilown tho stairway and the bride's maids, Miss Ruth Tanner, and best man, Mi. Herman E. Onnn, entered the room first, followed by tho brido nnd groom. The bride's maid was very lovely in white serge with white hot to match. They formed a circle in the center of the room where they received the marriage vows. The brido vas never lovolp-r- . She was hand-omel- v n Hired in a dark blue suing-u'vu- y Miit with hat to match and carried a boitiet of bride roses. After the ceremony, their mnny friends showered them with ood wishes and congratulations nnd the happy couple wont to Morclnud, where they boarded the train for the south. They will visit Chattanooga, Atlanta, mid Hnrrimmi on their honeymoon mid will letup to Somerset. They will be gone about four weeks. The bride is the joungest daughter of Mi. and Mrs. J. S. Muiphy nnd is one of the most charming, accomplished and popular gills of this community, mid has always been a social favorite. She has a large number of friends, who regret to give her up, but they feel that their loss is some one else's gain. Mr. Howe comes from Ilarritnan, Tenn.. and i held very highly in the business Vorld as well ns soc'iniTy. He holds a splendid position with the Berrv Lumber Co., of Pennsylvania, and is held in high esteem by that firm. Bis friends consider that his future is bright and his success is asstiicd, and wish for him nnd his dainty bride long life of .joy nnd happiness. .Mr. nnd Mr.s. Howe were remembered with many beautiful nnd Useful gifts in silver, cut gins, nnd linen Mr. nnd Mrs. Howe will make their home in Vhnttnnooga nfter Septcm!er, where he is connected with the Chattanooga Jewelry Co.. of that place. Republican Convention Flashes Thursday uud Friday the committees woikcd, uud tho Tutt steam roller still ran tough shod oicr tho KoosoNolt delegates. Houseelt has indicated his head u thud Progressive putty. Tlie regulur republican convention is practically cettuiu to nominate Tutt, whose forces havu cotittolled on every vote taken so fur. The nomination is expected lato Suturday or curly Sunday morning. Gov. Hiidtey, of Missouri, is being strongly urged by his friends as mi ideal compromise candidate. He was giveu quite mi ovation. It is believed that not over 200 delegates will follow Teddy if ho decides to quit the legulur convention. Many nre afraid to be termed us bolters. to GEORGE D. WEAREN GOES TO HIS REWARD Death Anqel Calls Aqain For One of Stanford's Older Citizens A God Fearinq Man Another of tho older generation of citizens of Lincoln wns gathered unto his fathers when the deuth angel came into the midst of this happy little community ngmn early Friday morning and called for George D. Wcaren to como take the crown of eternal life which hud long awaited him ug a true and faithful servant of the Muster hero below. Mr. Wcaren had been in delicate health for several jears of heatt trouble and complications. A few months ago he began to decline rapidly, and for about a week the end had been looked for by the faithful nnd loving watchers ut his bed-idHe wns 00 years of age, and had spent n long nnd useful lifo in Stanford. No man stood higher in any walk of life. He was a good citizen, a kind nnd loving husband, n devoted father and held tho respect nnd esteem of all who knew him. When n young man he became a member of the Presbyterian church, mid wns ever faithful to its tenets and nn active worker nt all times in the cause of the Master. His presence mid influence will be greatly missed. The place thut will be vacant will bo hard to fill. Mr. Wetir-c- n took nn active interest in civic and political nftnirs for a number of onr, and sened ns deputy county clerk n term in early life. The deceased wus one of nine children of Drewery Wcaren, the only survivor now being n younger brother, B. K. Wearen, of Cairo. 111. He was born in Garrard county 0G jenis ago, but moved to Lincoln when n young man, nnd lived on a farm for a number of vnrs. After that he engaged in business enterprises nnd traveled considerably. Forty-fou- r jears ngo he married Miss Jennie Alford, and to this union four children survive, Mrs. I?. G. Hail, of Kansas City, Jesse D. Wear-eW. B. Weaien and Mrs. George II. Farris, of this city. The remains of this good mnn will be laid to ret in the family lot in Buffalo Springs cemetery Snturduy afternoon nt tliTee o'clock, after services nt tye home conducted by his pastor. Rev. P. L. Bruce. The pallbearers' will be T. M. Bruce, W. H. Higgins, J. B. Paxton. A. C. Sine, P. M. MeRoberts, and W. H. Wear-ee. n, n. Hustonville. Miss Lihi Bell Jones visited Mrs. J. B. Kilfc lust week. Hustonville uud Middleburir crossed bats at Hoskius Park Suturduy mid quite an interesting game took place. The home team detcated the visitors 6 to 3. Mrs. Nelson, Miss Bess Nelson and Ed Wilson of Danville motored to this place Wednesday. Miss Malinda Ware has returned from a delightful visit to Miss Nell Kobanls at Harrodsburg. Dr. Edwutd Alcoin lias returned from a business trip to Washington, D. C. and Baltimore. Mis. W. B. Cover mid children left Saturday for n visit to relatives ut Somerset. Miss Elizabeth Vermillion of Danville, visited Mrs. Holand Bishop lust w Beans, peas, potatoes, in fact all kinds of garden suss is getting plentiful. Mort Ites sold a pair of work mures to Isa Randolph for $275 nnd bought an unbroke mule of Jus, Biggins for $ 125. Tho ladies of the Baptist church weio not content with papering tho church and putting down n new curpct but went along and hnd the pews painted a beautiful oak which Iins added greatly to the interior of the building. Mrs. Delia Moore stuck n nnil in her foot one day last week that gave her trouble for a few days. Mrs. S. J. Claunch went to Danville hist in sen Thos. Wheeler who is sick. from Turkey Several persons Knob section nttended the Children's Day exercises at Grove, and repotted quite a delightful time, and plenty of good things to eat. Mrs. Sallie McDanief, of Burn9ide o nnd her little granddaughter, Peacock. The ball team went down to Liberty Snturdav nnd wiped up the team there to the tunc of 7 to 3. The Casey County News thinks there will likely ue enough trouble stirred up between the three democratic candidates for Congress to spoil the majority and let n republican in. There is no liklihood whatever of nny trouble, Uncle Jack Chiim and Mr. Sullivan are just running to mnke the race a little lively lor Harvey. ... . , Jose-phin- Death Comes To Mrs. S. H. Bauqh- man After Years of Patient Sufferinq-Noble Woman A Hubble. A. L. Rankin bought a pair of horse mules from C. T. Wilhite, of Pulaski countv.for $205. Mrs. J. C. Rankin who has been eek. Messrs. Fred and Grover Iteed of Lllisburg, were here for n short visit Wednesday. Miss Flossie Taylor visited Mrs. J. farpeilter visited Miss Spears of Moreland last week. Mr. Hugh Snndidgc was here, for a Mr. Tlutruinn K. Tudor, of Stanford, was here shopping Tuesday. Mr. C. W. Adams motored to Stanford Wednesday. Messrs. J. G. Weathcrford nnd Duc-Dr- ye spent last week at the guests of Mr. Blain Brad-forilsvil- lc H. Yowell last week. Misses Annio Dunn and Eddie T. short time Tuesday. Drye. Miss Minnie Dinwiddie, of Louisville visited Mr. nnd Mrs. John Dinwiddie last week. Mr. Frances A. Weatherford arrived from Lexington. Va Sunday where he attended school there the CHILDRENS' DAY Celebrated Near Wavnesburq With Many Churches Represented. didate. r$ -- ft WARNINC! Miss Roxie Jennlnqs District No. 1. II 11 No checks will be accepted on the last two days of the contest. 11 If vou take checks for subscrlp- II tions. be sure and have them I' mad" payable to yourself and 11 net them cashed before turnlno. II them Into this office. This is 11 Imperative. H 1 Tins young lady, entered from tee us temporary chairman of the Rowland, Kv is very popular democratic convention iiatiifunl I among her friends and has made when it assembles next week. Bryan i j' ipiito mi active race so far. said to bo opposed to Parker, as being too conservative, and may go I WAIT! WAIT!! beforo tho convention to fight his ' selection. j For Severance's blq July sale. You The Court of Appeals in a dewill regret it if you spend your money before this blq sale. See laroe cision handed down Tuesday upheld vnliditv of the Kentucky diiect bill fnr oartlculars and low prices. tho primary law, enaeted by the lust begins Saturday June 29. Sale last general assembly. ;' Parker Chairman of Democrats ,Novn comes from Baltimore that Judge Alton B. Pinker, of New York who was the democratic candidate for president in 1004, has been decided upon by the national commit- Waynesburg, June 21. Children's Day was well attended and the program was suecesstully curried out. The committee on training the childien certainly deserve much credit especially. Profs. Johnson nnd Koscoe Wheeldou uud Misses Curlis, Sallie Gooeh and Cora Singleton, for their faithfulness to the Lord. The crowd was estimated nt about 800 to 1,000 people. Din-tiwns spread on the giound in abundance. The house was beautifully decoruted nnd the children tire to be congratulated lor the interest they took in the work. Rev. C. T. Claunch gave n ery interesting talk on "Missions nnd Orphau'b Home" nf ter which a collection wns taken up nnd u good sum realized. I ho lollowing Sunday schools weie well represented, Pleasant Point, Olive, Eubanks, Oak Grove, Elliston and Grove. Rev. Jeffries, of Liberty, called in his appointment nnd attended children's day here. Everybody seemed to have a most enjoyable time. Mr. Zack Pudaett died nt his home here Tuesday evening June 11, of a complication of diseases, aged 03 years. He was a member of the Wnvnosbuig Bttntist chinch nnd leaves eight children to mourn his loss. Funeral services were ut the home Wcdnesduy afternoon, by Rev. ('. T. tlminch, nfter which the i cumins were laid to lest in the Wnynesburg cemetery. Demi Smith is very ill of appendicitis, nt this writ in" Miss Ada Cuilis, of Danville, d Sunday to visit her father, Mr. John Curlis. Mrs. Voi mm Singleton returned to her home in Danville .Monday, homefolkn. by her mother, Mrs. J, II. Mrs. Lucieu Young mid childien Wheeler. nre visiting relatives in Liberty. Mr. nnd Mrs. Ed Vnitght, of Som'Miss Lou Cowan and Eugene erset, visited their ttuuf, Mrs. J, II. Dunn weie in Danville Satuiday. Mr. E. P. Sihohl, of Lexington ar- Wheeler hist week. Mr. E. O. Padgett mid Miss Laura rived Monday fur u visit to Mr. I' i a uk Bohbitt. Padgett canus homo from Cincinnati Mr. David Skinner, of Stonegn, Wednesday to attend the burial of Vn spent lust week with his wife (heir father, Mr. Zack Padgett. mid children. Mis. Tom Hutchinson, of Ludlow, Muster Chniles Annan, of Daiir visited her sisters, Mrs. H, V. Balville, is visiting his grandfather, Mr. lard mid Miss Sallie Gooeh Saturday mul Siiuduy. Evan Lyons. Mr. nnd Mrs. D. 0. Lewis, Dr; R. Mrs. John B. Riffe visited Miss Angio Carpenter this week. R. Duvison Walter and Wallace Mr. Denver Neal arrived WednesAlfred and Jess Fanner, and day from Dade City, Fin., for a Misses Sallie Farmer and Ethel short visit to Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Brnckett, of Stanford, attended Neal. children's day hero Sunday. er eon-duct- ed ur-iien, with her daughter, Mrs. F. F. has gone to Somerset to visit her father F. F. Stigall. J. A Spoonamore is having a room built to his house. 3Ir. and Mrs. R. G. Pettus, of Preachersville were here lust week visiting. T. C. Rankin, sold W. O. Walker, a jack colt for $200. W. L. Sloan and sister Nanuie Sloan, George Givens, Tinsley Rankin, Clarence Rankin, Miss Eva Christmau, and Miss Flora McBeath went to Marcellus Sunday to spend the day with Miss Mabel Rankin. There will be a Sunduy school rally at the Hubble Chnstiun church thefifth Sunday in this month. On the first Sunday in July' there' be Children's Day ad hpworth League rallys nt MeKeudree church Dinner on the ground. Bonn McKechnie is still afflicted with boils. Mr. George Roberts, of Chicago, is visiting his parents and taking a rest. Mr. L. P. Weaver spent last week in Wnyno county visiting relatives nnd friends. Mr. John C. Robinson nnd family, of Boyle, visited his father and mother Sunday. Fitz-patric- k, Garrard Stronq For Helm R. II. Tomlinson, M. D. Hughes, and J. It. lount three wheelhorse democrats of Garrard, were here on business a shoit time Friday morning. They sav thut the good democrats of Gairaid are for Harvey llnlm fur Pnii'Tpss Iiv a Inrue ma jority and thnt he is suro to carry tlie county uy a snic.vote on August 3rd. Thev sny that the trumped up cliarges tnnt nro uemg mnuo ogamsr. him by the opposition nro making tlie democrats that much stronger for him. Helm to Speak in Casey. to of his candidacy for Congiess. He is dciious of meeting nil his friends in Liberty that day. Congiessmnii Harvey Helm will he in Liberty on the first Monday in July, tho opening of circuit couit nnd. will spenk to 'the democrats of Casey tlieie that day in the interest As a little child closes its eyes gently in sleep, sweetly nt peaco with all the world, Mrs. Sallio Harris Baughman fell into the slumber that kuows no wakiug this side of . the Judgment Moru, curly WednesSurrounded by her day morning. devoted husband and children and ever attcntivo sisters, tho end camo so peacefully that tho faithful wutcUers ut ttio bedsido could hardly tell as the spirit of this good woman, wite mid mother, crossed over the river into the lund that is fairer than day. lor soeinl weeks past, her soul had hoveled on the brink, uud the cud wus expected long before cume the final cud to come up higher. A period of invalidism extending over many jears, had undermined what was a remarkable constitution, but her superb vitality manifested itself until the very end. Time after time she had rallied, and renewed hope in her faithful attendants that she might still surmount all trials. Tired uutuie, however, gave up tho unequal contest, ut lust, and it must indeed, have been a sweet lelief when mortal sorrow and suffering weie laid uside for the bright robes uud crown of evcrlastiug lite await- tho grout ing her beside white throne. Mrs. Baughman was one of the best known and most beloved women in Lincoln county. Her loug lifo ot 00 years had been one of unselfish ministering unto others. She lived for those sho loved, it can be most truly said. Her constant thought was of somo act of kindness she might do, some helping hand to lend the weary along life's fitful way, some act of loving tenderness for the oppressed, a deed of charity or love for those lacking in the blessings which sho enjoyed. Hers was the ideal Christian life; hers the true Christian's death. With a word of love and encouragement to the loved ones gathered near, that they mourn not her departure, for she would be watching uud waiting for them ut the heavenly gates, she patiently welcomed ihe end, satisfied all was well. Mrs. Baughman was the daughter of the late James A. Harris,. or of Lincoln county's most prominent farmers and citizens in his jday. Her mother, who survives at advanced age, wus Miss Susan Taylor, before her marriage. Her father and mother moved to Lincoln from ' Madison early in life, nnd reared a lurge family. Sh was tho oldest child. Surviving are her brother. Col. Samuel T. Harris, and her sisters, Mrs. Bettie Bush, Mrs. E.P. Woods, nnd Mrs. Annio Engleiu'aii. Two other sisters, Mrs. George R; Fugleman nnd Mrs. Geo. P. Bright, preceded hor to the grent beyond-onl- y a few years. Forty-seve- n years ago, the de- - , (eased became the bride of Mr. Samuel II. Buughmmi, a member of one of Lincoln's most prominent families, and a leading farmer. Their married lifo wus nil ideal one. And the sympathies of a host of friends nnd loved ones go out to her life long companion who is today thus left alone. Six children survive this union, and eloven graudchildreu. Tho children nro James H. Baughman, Mrs. W. B. McKinncy, Mrs. W. H. Wcaren, Mrs. W. N. Craig, John S. Baughman and Mrs. Sheltou AL Saufley. In early life, Mrs. Baughman gave herself to the Master, and became an earnest worker in His vineyard here. Presidiucr Elder. Uev. v. V. Arnold, who ktiew her well uud ad- mired tier many beautiful traits of character, when serving tho locul chill ell n number of years eon. ducted brief funerni services over tno remains, nt the home on tho Somerset mke. Weilm-sdnnfir. noon. Friends, loveiPones uud rela tives gutliereil there in lurge numbers to pay the last tribute to the passing of a Hue Mother in Isruel, nnd the cortege which fallowed the body to its fjnnl icstiug place in tho family lot in Buffalo Snmcj-- t ccnu'tory, was one of the longest seen lieio in ninny days. A muss of Rowers of springtime covered the bier, us Rev. Arnold, assisted l Rev D. M. Wulker suid brief services at the grave. The pall beaiers. were ml nephews Messrs. Robert B. and Jiimes II. Woods, J. W mid II. C. Bmighmnu, Jones ad Henry Baughman, James Hmris mid Sam Harris,. ') Jr., mid John Rout. ' "m , A". A & - f ' 'ia ! Ordination at Hustonville Rev. O. L. Minks will be ojdained at the Hustonville Baptist church next Sunday afternoon at 3 o'clock. District No. 1. Rev. J. B. Jones will pi each the orAimed with a subscription book dination sermon. Rev. Claunch, of mid a determination to win, this Mii1iMaliiir uill jlplmtr ihu rlinnMi young ludy is striving bard to win a and Row U. V. Surle-- t will 'prtwoat prize in the I. J.'s big race. w rri-- i itirwn Miss Hettle White. ' I rnirr'vrrirn-'-- i (r rr 'if oimn K THE INTERIOR JOUENAL STANFORD, KENTUCKY FRIDAY. JUNE 21. 1812 By virtue of execution No. (036) six thirty six, directed to me, which K The Interim Journal M. rSiBw flUkZil BHELTPN )? : BAUfLET. rrprllr l $1 A TEAR 8TR1CTLY IN ADVANCE &.. US 233H KSSSfe i The Old Oaken Bucket ..J in iiir riiirn . .V. I ittond Entirti l l tlan mad matttr. foiltlfo JSttnftrd Political Announcements ftfifirranrtmfnfi in iKli rAlnmfi tindldatti for effltr. mMfct lo th oi th dtmomlle pTltn.rjl Tt .r. fit tctlon LJ. wiiii nrun J.i. cold , clear purity no such water nowadays. Bring back the old days with a glass or bottle of Fcr Ctngrnt COL. J. CHINN, ef ). A. 8ULX1VAK, cf Midlicn r. ittntt HELM, el Llntolo Attermy EMMETT rUUTEAK, o Bejle W. 8. BURCH, ft Llatoln HARVEY f.r CfflmnwIlV Mtrrksbury. We arc glad to note the recovery of Mrs. J. W. Mahan, who camo home last Friday from Knoxville, Tcnn., where she lias been for treatment ' Mrs. Eugenia Kemper served a delightful treat in the wav of strawberries to the Ladies Working Society a few evenings ngo. Tho social feature was characteristic of the meeting and n very lovely time was spent. Messrs. Jnmes Convert and Saw-ne- e Hughes, of Danville, were here last week to do some work on their family burying ground and were guests at dinner of Mr. Abncr Sheriff's Sale.! - Hughes. tor Shtrif M. B. DAUOBMAH J. O, F VT. 01VEN8 WEATHEUFORD. T. J. BILL Tor County Ju! 1. A. BICE M. P. NORTH Tor Circuit Cltrk J. I). WEAREN J. F. BOLDAM B. W. M. DUNCAN It makes one think of everything that' s pure and wholesome and delightful. Bright, spark- ling) teeming with palate joy it's your soda fountain old oaken bucket. TETTON TARRI8B GEORGE DEBORUE DINK FARMER WILLIAM B. HESTER W. A. CARSON P. U BECK. 8. M. OWENS R II. BRONAUOiI T. 0. 8ANDID0E 3. H. BOONE W. T. OARNER For Uaeitiriit J. T. R0BERT8 WILLIAM FIELDS J. D. EADS JOSEPH L. OOODE 7r I Mcr Fcr lifter JTrCC telling C."Whenever A Our new booklet, of Coca-Col- a vindication at Chattanooga, for the asking. Demand the Genuine at made by CO THE COCA-COLATLANTA, CA. 2 lr vou tee an Arrow think ' of Coca-Col- a. rs i Ns3H.aa2LattuUlaBBaAaiftBtalnMBBUiB our friends of the Advocato so many times during the present con gressional campaign, that we ieei one more will not be amiss, especially as the Advocate stales that is desires to be fair to all parties. It now claims that Congressman Helm hns started an unjust attack upon bolters, and the return to the party of those who have voted agninst its nominees in previous years. The Advocntc will find, if it will take the time to investigate, that it was Col. Jack Chinn who hit the first lick nt the so called "independent voter" and brought on the difficulty that the Advocate lays at Mr. While Congressman Helm's door. Helm, it is true, has always been a strict party man, he has always welcomed the support of republicans and independents in his campaign, and the fact that he has always run so well in strong republican communities, is proof that without regard to party affiliations, a grent many voters of the district, appreciate the splendid work he has done in congress, and desire to keep him there to continue it. If the Advocate really desires to be fair, why dornii'l it investigate the reports it prints, before making them public? And we tefcr to several other instances as well as the above case. The Interior Journal has .Mrs. U. K. Swopc is nt for a few days' stay with her daughter, Mrs. Wilford Dye. Paul Anderson, of Ilirmihghnin, Ala., came Fridav to spend the summer with his grand parents, Mr. nnd Mrs. J. II. Kcmer. .Mr. and Mrs. J. I. Hamilton, Mr. nnd Mrs. Hen Hughes and daughter Delia Rice and Mrs. J. M. Holtzclaw of, Lancaster have been recent guest of Miss Sue Sutton. Rev. J. W. Mnimii bus resigned -his pastorate at Mt. Tabor and time with ccpted a call of one-ha- lf the Mt. Hebron church, making his two fields separate only by five miles distance. In a windstorm that occurred in the Hryantsville section last week several telephone poles and trees We have not wero blown down. learned the extent of damage. The condition of Mr. Charley Blanks, who has typhoid fever is not fo favorable now as it was a few days ago. A second physician has been called in. The fnrm nnd Mock of the late R. M. Robinson nnd a few household articles were sold nt a public sale on Wednesday of last week to the highest bidder. There was a largo crowd in attendance nnd everything sold high as the following list will show: catHeifers, $20 each; tle an average of .$31 each; sows from $9 to $21; cows from $41 to $81; 1 pony $33; horses from $40 to $180; two pair mules $425 and $432, respectively: 1 mule $93. The farm of 170 acres together with store house and buildings were sold to Mr. Edwards, of Wagerville, Estill county, for $132. Middles-bor- o three-year-old issued from the Clork's office of the Lincoln Circuit Court, in favor of Swift & Co., against J. J. Durham, I, or one of my deputies, will, on Monday, the 8th dny of July, 1U11, between the hows of one o'clock P. M. nnd two o'clock P. M. nt the court house door in Stanford, county of Lincoln, Kentucky, expose to public sale to the highest bidder, the following property (or so much may be necessary to thereof ti satisfy thft amount of the plaintiffs t: debt, interest, nnd costs,) Houso nnd lot in the town of Mc- Kinney Lincoln county, Ky., nnd hounded thus, beginning nt comer to Geo. Givens', thence south 73 East 19 4 poles; South 12 West 8 2 poles North 73 West 19 4 poles north 12 east 8 2 poles to H the beginning containing one ncie nnd one pole, being the land held by said J. J. Durham, under deed recorded in tho office of the Clerk of the Lincoln County Court of Lincoln county, in deed book 44, pace 553. By going upon said land nnd notifying the only occupant thereof tnc witc or the said J. J. Durham, of said levy. This levy is subject to the mortgage lien of the McKinnry Deposit Bank, which is recorded in the office of the Lincoln County clerk's otllce in mortgage book N, page 139. Levy was made after failure to find any personal property upon which same could be levied on. This levy made May 8th, 1912. The amount of this execution is $05.04 nnd cash expended $11.75, with interest from Sept. 20th 1909. levied upon as the property of J. J. Durham. TERMS: Sale will bo made on a credit of (3) three months bond with approved security required, bearing interest nt the rate of 0 per cent per annum from dny of sale, and having the force and effect of a sales bond, this 20th dny of Juno W. L. McCarty, 1912. 50-3- f Sheriff Lincoln County Court to-wi3-1-3-1-- Men's Shoes uvs inf nr A Dress . tirun in viii lurno lutrv iiumuuii lint ii in v iii auk urvo linirn xm linin uuiter prepared than today to furnish Shoes lor every occasion and for all purposes tSHoes What we mean by U ent leather, tan and tnm metal-leat- her wc dress or polish. In these we show tho Dress Shoes is Pat Matchless Nettleton at $5, $5.50 and $G. WalK-Ove- rs I The the most extensively advertised shoe in the world, at $3.50 lo $5.00. These are all in both low shoes and regular top. We mean Work Work Shoes Shoes, calfbyand kip stock, unlined and tanned by the modern processes, where the stock remains soil when old. When it comes to WORK SHOES proper, we say the "Menzies" at $3, $3.50 and $4.00, arc in a class to themselves. They are strong; they are comfortable; they look genteel. We are doing the shoe business. Come see us. '", . For Sale By PENNY'S DRUG STORE MEN'S and YOUNG MEN'S ODD PANTS And now, while our stock is new, get your pick. Blues, Serges, Greys, Browns, Plaids, and White Flannels and White Serges. Artist' The Liqhtninq-ChanQ- e (Winchester Democrat.) The Danville Advocate puts the chameleon to shame in making lightning changes, according to the "temper and passions of the animal". It started out with a great hurrah for declanng there oodrow Wilson, was no one his equal for the dem ocratic nomination. In a night it changed to Speaker Clark, with nev er a word as to why this frame of mind. The editorial columns sup- -, ported McCreary for the nomination for Governor, while editor Mclntyre was engaged by Mr. Wm. Addams to write and send out press stuff, beseeching the people to vote for the Cynthiana man over McCreary, although Danville 5s in ,the Eighth district. The Advocate has repeat-rdl- y fought Jere Sullivan in his former attempts to .enter the race for Congress in the Eighth and .also the Madison county lawyer's Normal School legislation, which it declared was the greatest blow to the educational work in the state, as thousands of dollars were wastud through the Normal Bchools. Now editor Mclntyre has secured a job as political writer for Mr. Sullivan in the Eighth and the way he is toll- nig of the great work his boss ha. accomplished for the state and what he would do if elected, seems like the ghost is walking overtime with the "little Britain" editor. WOMEN'S HAIR Easy to Make it Soft Luxuriant and Radiant. Many women have hair so dull and faded that it is actually repulsive. These women have probably never heard of PARISIAN S.AOE tho invigorating hair dressing that is being used by thousands of refined women throughout America. If your hair is falling or thin or faded or lifeless; you have dandruff or itching scalp j if your hair is not as fascinating as you would like to have it, go to 0.t L. Penny's this very day, ask for a fifty cent bottle of PARISIAN SAGE and start at once to mako your hair perfect and even glorious. PARISIAN SAGE is' guaranteed to give satisfaction, or money back. Girl with Auburn hnir on every carton. For salo by Penny and druggists everywhere. Commissioner's Sale! J. F. Robinson, Plaintiff, vs Wes. ley Penman, Defendant. Lincoln Circuit Court Pursuant to n judgment rendered in the above styled action nt the May terra 1912, I will on MONDAY, JULY 8th, 1912 In front of the court house door in Stanford, Ky., offer for tale nt public outcry to the highest bidder an acre of ground containing a dwelling on Dix river in Lincoln county, Ky., bounded thus: Beginning at a cedar in line of Isaac Hays nnd Sue Blanks thence S E 70 yards to an elm in line between Isaac Hays 70 yards to buckeye stump, theuce with line between Eddy Ball nnd Isaac Hays 70 yards to beginning The object of sale is to satisfy plaintiffs judgment for $145 with & per cent interest from Oct. 2, 1910 and $7.90 with 0 per cent from Feb 12, 1912 and $12.50 with 0 per cent Nov. 20, 1910, subject to these crcd its; $5 March 20, 1912. $5 March 29, 1912, $4 April 22, 1912, and the CO'tS. The sale will be mado on a credit of 0 months, bond with good security for purchase price, bearing 0 per cent interest from date, payable to Commissioner huving effect of judgment and secured by lien will be 50.3f. required. E. D. Penninaton, M. C. L. C. C! Remember thevnudeville and pictures nt the opera houso night and Saturday night. to- Commissioner's Sale Lincoln Circuit Court Mnry E. Ferrill, Plaintiff, vs Mary Jane Ferrill, etc., Defendants. Pursunnt to a judgment of sale entered in the above styled 'case in the Lincoln Circuit Cuiut at its regular May term 1912, tho undersigned Mnster Commissioner will nt about 1:30 o'clock P. M., on MONDAY, JULY 6th, 1912 (County Court Day) offer for sale at public outcry to the highest and best bidder before the court house door in Stanford, Kentucky, the following described reality. A tract of laud on the wntcrs of Dix River in Lincoln county, Ky., nnd bounded ns follows: Beginning in the center of the Stanford and Lancnster turnpike road on a corner of W. G. Welch's nnd Bill Stepp thence N 01 2 W 14 poles 17 links to a large white onk tree corner to George Benedict; thence N 33 4 E 84 poles to n stone corner to same; thence S 59 2 E 70 poles 12 2 links to the center of the Stanford nnd Lancnster pike thence with same S 70 4 W 10 poles 15 links; S 70 4 17 poles 20 links: S 54 4 W 17 poles; S 59 4 W 29 poles 20 links S C8 2 W 29 poles 5 links to the beginning containing 21 acres 2 rods 34 poles of land. This sale is mado for the pur pose of reinvesting the proceeds of samp. Terms: Said sale will be made on a credit of six months nnd the purchaser will be required to execute bond with approved personal security for th pirrchnse price payable to the CommisRionor, and bearing interest at rnte of 0 per cent, per annum from date of sale; and a lien will be reserved on the land to secure the payment of said bond and same shall have the force and effect of a judgment. Witness my 49-3- F hand this June 15th 1912. E. D. Pennington. M. C. L. C. C. 1-1-1-1-1-1-1-- oooooooooooooooooo H. J. McROBERTS Stanford, Kentucky Hay Rakes Hay Forks Mowing Blades Etc., at W.RHiggins Stanford, Ky. Tin Lincoln County National Bank Corner Next to Court House Stanford, Kentucky Capital - Surplus- - - $100,000 $100,100 First on Honor Roll in Stanford and Lincoln County First in Central and South-eas- t Kentucky Tenth in State of Kentucky We have anything you can use ( Jin thejwork pant line. "JUST THINK OF IT!" You can leave your windows open Also"Pmchecks"in the "Sweet Orr" for the warm days. i 11 SAM ROBINSON, Kentucky Stanford, day after day, yet the sun cannot tade Its colors are everlasting proof against (KpiORFAST Kolh fading and water. No messing about this positively GUARANTEED instead. This U only one of its many advantages over other mattings. It has no odor at all, can be sewed like any carpet, dirt can't sift through it sanitary beautiful dainty patterns and colorings easy to keep clean and, best of all, the price won't scare you. We'll cheerfully show you a nice assortment and floor cov d tell you more about this unusual t ering when you're ready. Why not low-priceto-da- naueinsaw up Deposit Bank of Stanford, chartered March 9, 1854. It i successor : National Bank of Stanford, organized June 2, 1865. Reorganized as First National Bank " OCTOIER 3, 18S2 This Bank has been in successful and uninterrupted operation for 58 years, and is worthy of the confi-denc- e of the public. Open an account with us today. y L. L. SANDERS, Crab Orchard, Ky. ", :. pmimtJto&lZS22iZ ' '..r.;.'i." , r( T i'lT. i rtyww, r'm-j- zw jijryik'XZi y nJ&Tm'rJR THE INTERIOR JOURNAL, STANFORD, KENTUCKY FRIDAY, JUNE 21, 1912 NEW LAWS IN EFFECT 3 . Important Acts of Legislature Now Laws ot the Land. All (if tlto ncU ot tho Inst session of the li'KiHlnturo which did not curry hocniuo cniPTuciipy clauses, effective on last Wedncsdny, tho 12. tSeverul cry importiiiit Htiitutcs nca i.ow in effect. AuiuiiK thutu nro: Tho net prohibiting tho nlo of malt uicnil, or other bovcrnsos con taining ulchohol, in dry territory. REMEMBER Saturday.June 22nd, lasting until Thursday, July 13 th, 1912 CLEARANCE STOCK SALE Beginning June 22 and Until July 3. ATTEND The Great Money Saving Sale now Ready to begin at Robinson's. Do not miss the place. Act providing for compulsory attendance of children nt country Reboots ns well ns eit schools. Act extending the county unit law to nil counties. Act Hiving women the right to vote in nil Rchnol elections. Art PrftnhlUhiiiir n ilopMrlmunl nf banking nnd providing inspector for .Stnto bunks. Act providing Hint telfphoiiv must give interchangeable cum-panics cup. Act creating tho State road fund nnd remodeling tho rond laws. Act crciiUng a now Prison to ho appointed by tho Governor. Act nbolistiing jmblio drinking Com-missi- To Take Place in Stanford, Kentucky 1 Lasting g A Rare Chance to Get What You Want at Prices You Want to Pay. On account of looking far ahead and we see we cannot place our Fall Stock with this very large stock. It is yet a little early, but it must come. over-buyin- meiiKes. Act creating n TuberculosiH Commission nnd npproprinting $15,- 000 n jrnr to be used by tho bonrd. Act cieatiug a forestry commis-Bio- n. Stanford's Largest Department Store offers All Clothing, Odd Pants, Hats. Mioes, Dry uooas ana uents r urmsnmgiiooas at less than manufacturers cost STOP AND THINK BEFORE YOU I Act erenting u game nnd fish commission. Act providing for n vote on n constitutional amendment to permit convicts to work on public Ac! providing fur a vole on an Amendment to recti. mi 171 of the Constitution, ho Hint property mav be rlassifird for Injntion. Ant providing that nil wnrrunU GO ELSEWHERE AND PAY A WE HAVE ALWAYS SOLD GOODS AT A VERY LOW PROFIT, CONDITIONS PROFIT WHEN THESE GOODS ARE GOING AT A GREAT LOSS PRICES CRUSHED. WE ARE AFTER THE CASH AND TO MAKE ROOM. WE WANT ROOM SHALL BE A FAIR, STRAIGHT LEGITIMATE BUSINESS SALE, NOTHING ELSE. COME AND SALE:-T- HIS OF SEE THE PRICES issued by fiscal courts shall bear sir per sent intercut. Orodhead. George Jnrrctt bus returned from Bcrea, where ho has been attending school. MiM I'litnbeth Tharp ii visiting in Danvilln nnd Hiley'd this week. Tilmnn Gilpin was up from Louisville first of the week to sec his little dniichtcr came to brighten the home of Mr. nnd Mix. Mnurice Proctor last Sunday night-M- r. and Mm. John Grew, of Preacbewvillo, II. II. McCIury and wife, of Duumore, and A. C. McCIury, of Troy, attended the funeral of Mrs. Jou Smith near OnUiitl last Thursday. Mr. Annie Tribble, of London, is with here. Woodynrd Owens and Dr. G. M. Frilli were in Mt. Vernon Sunday. Itev. Duke, of Mt. Vernon, filled his regular appointment here lat Saturday and Sunday. Hit wife and children accompanied him, and hue been the guest of Mr. and Mrs. A. K. Albright. Mrs. Jtitnes Mooro and daughter, nnd Mis Drlotu Huyd have returned alter visiting in Itcrea. A -- Mens' and Young Mens' fancy and staple colored suits CL OTHIXG that will Look at these prices and then come in and look at' good merchan- We have a full line and large stock of boy's knee suits that sold at cost you, elsewhere, $20, $22.50 & $25, now at $1 1.98, $13.98, $J6.98 dise of a standard make. Pure Wool, Hand Tailored and the spring styles. We cannot now buy these goods $7.50, $10.00 and $12.50 now going Some worth $4.50 and 6.50 now . . . at $328, $4.98 and $653 $248, $328 and $429 Mens 'and Young Mens' Suits easily worth $13.50, $15, $17.50 and $18.50 now going during this sale at anything like what you parent. at .$6.48, $8.90, and $10.48 pay for them. Such chances you have never had before. Straw and Felt Hats that sold for $2.50, $3, $3.50 and $4, We have Hats at 39c, 48c, 69c and 98c HATS! HATS!! HATS!!! now selling for $1.48, $2.39 and $2.94 We have any amount of Men's Straw and Linen Hats, also for Boys, at 19c, 39c, 79c and 98c. MEN'S ODD PANTS Duchess Make $2.50, $3, $3.50, $4, $5, $6 and $7.50, at $1.69, $2.24, $2.59, $2.88, $3.65, $4.25 and $5.28 ALL KINDS OF UNDERWEAR and UNION SUITS Garments worth 50c and 75c now Garments worth 25c and 35c now Union suits worth $1 and $1.50, while they last 39c 19c J. I). Wnlliu (Mime home from Danville (pule ill, but is better was over from Itichmond, fiit of the week, be was accompanied back by bU daughter, Mav lva. airs. I H. Hilton and Owen Cas-- . worn up from Stanford Wednesday. .ACrs. Moine Dunn and Miss Illln Dunn, are visiting Mrs. J. G. Frith. Miss Anna l'aikeion returned home Wednesday from North Dakota, where he lias been teaching for the punl (lirco years. Stcenborsen, Bells, builds, reana adjusts scales at rock bottom prices. See him for prices before you ouy. Address Stanford, H D. last week, now. fl. H. Newland at sale price 79c Remember, we do not do a credit business and therefore we can sell you much cheaper, and yet give you MORE ABSOLUTE BARGAINS Boys' Knee Pants at 19c, 39c, 69c, 79c and 98c. All kinds J2 -j - JEvOTi v- V 'J of Little Men's and Misses' Low Cut Shoes at your own price. pairs J. F. D. No 1 loo-- t Men's Shoes and Oxfords Shoes and oxfords easily worth $4 and $5 now going at Shoes and oxfords were $3.50 selling at Oxfords worth $3 reduced to Oxfords worth $2.50 reduced to Oxfords worth $2 reduced to Ladies' Oxfords and Shoes ....$358 $2.94 Hosiery of All Kinds Ladies' and gents' silk hose worth 75c and 25c and 35c hose now 15c sox now 10c sox now We have $1 now Woman Finally Recovers From Nervous Breakdown nerve destroy many ?ieopic before their time. Often be sufferer realizes whit the trouble is, he is on the verge of a $2.35 $1.94 ItttoverUtieJ $1.45 Ladies' oxfords and shoes in velvet, tan, white, Nubucks, gun metal, now selling below cost. $2.85 ... $3.50 and $4 shoe now $2.35 $3 and $3.25 shoes now go at $1.98 $2.50 shoes now go at are good styles, but we We have about 700 pairs of broken lots that have no sizes, will offer them at a bargain. patent and cravenette, ,.. 39c 19c ,', 8c lie Dry Goods of All Kinds line of wash silks, all colors, that were sold at 25c and 35c per yard, now at 19c per yard a handsome complete nervous breakdown. It is of the utmost importance to keep your nervous system in good con vlition, as the nerves are the Source Mrs. Anna 'of all bodily power. ' Koimr, 211 Mechanic St., Pueblo, Colo., says: "For many years I suffered from nervous prostration; 1 was unable to do any bouse work and doctors I Remedies failed to help me. tried from druRRi'ts did not do me a particle of good. A neighbor told my husband about You can understand why we need money, but you cannot understand why we want room. We want room for our Fall stock which will be coming in pretty soon. Low prices and better goods. Come and look around and you will save money. Pennies here will do the work of dollars elsewhere. We have a factory line of mens' and young mens' suits. Just received. We are going to sell these at $9.95 and they are easily worth $15 and $17.50. Dr. Miles' Nervine snd he procured a bottle. After the first few doses I showed a marked improvement and after takiiiR two bottles was entirely cured. I have been perfectly well for years and cannot praise Dr. Miles' Nervine tob highly." If you are troubled with loss of appetite, poor digestion, weakness, inability to sleep; if you are in a general run down condition and unable to bear your part of the daily grind of life, you need something to strengthen your nerves. You may not realize what is the matter with you, but that is no reason why you should delay treatment. Mens1 Neckwear of the Best Make ties easily worth 50c and 75c now Some In the 25c and 35c quality going at American and Simpson Prints now Hope bleach and ether brands 10c and 12 and 17c now India linen sold for 12 Chlldrens' play suit sand rompers now 2c Meu'a Flue Drc.n Glovea 39c 19c $1.50 and 2.00 gloves $1 and $1.25 gloves now 50c and 75c gloves now $1.19 Poplins, Piques and Cotton Corduroys at great reductions Percales 12 and lOcnow Ginghams 10c and 12 -2 at 84c 39c 8 8 2c 2c yard , I -- .4 I -- 2c per yard 2c quality now . 8 I -- 2c 10c per yard ....19c, 39c, and 64c Embroideries of All Kinds 50c. 75c and $1 quality now going at 25c, 35c, and 40c now 39c 19c ", Suspenders The 50c and 75c quality now 25c quality now . ,. 39c !9o REMEMBER THE NAME, THE PLACE AND THE GOOD MERCHANDISE. Dr. Miles' Nervine has proven Its value In nervous disorders for thirty years, and merits a trial, no nutter bow many other remedies have failed to help you. If first bottU Sold by all druaaUts. falls to bsnsflt ytur monsy Is rstum.4. MILS MKBICAU SAN ROBINSON, Stanford, Kentucky Next Door to Lincoln County National Bank. ' CO, Clfchart, In mm - vii triif ir.ni m mi nn i m rnnn iimtmM r rfHVMnnrak'ii-tsHiw- r . ." 'WTfWy.iUB m' THE INTERIOR JOURNAL, STANFORD, KENTUCKY FRIDAY, JUNE 21, 1912 FF1 I' I r, r I f liiaton, is spending several weeks with her nunt, Mrs. Susan Salter. Jin. I?. II. Ilntson i in Blooming-to- n, 1ml., i1linjr Mrs. J. P. Pollard. JIm. Erncl Holion Campbell nnd daughter Martha Louisa little Campbell, of Stanford wcro with Mrs. Cninpbell'rt mother, Mrs. Jonn-iQ V. jjT Ball. Mrs. Sallio Mnrct, of guest of Mr. and Mrs. is the Guaranteed to keep your Slock In a Jack Adams. Miss Hessio Singlehealthier and belter condition. ton is in Nashville visiting her fciv Rust-Pro- of tcr, Mrs. J. W. Perkins. Miss ElizaT3he count). Collier is enjoying a visit to beth Mrs. T. J. Price entertained n few her friend Miss Mary Collier, of fiicnds Friday at nn inviting 0 o'- Lexington. Misses Mattio Lee Hubclock dinner. The "menu" was serv- ble, and Ethel Walters, have been ed in courses and the hostess was visiting in Frankfort. lavish in her hospitality. The Master Politician Professor Adkinson President of Guaranteed the BEST Egg Producer Caldwell college, of Danville, Rave (Eliiobcthtown News.) and Disease Pmentatlre. Every packnn interesting lecture Sunday evenGen. Percy Haley is tho master age of the aboie Remedies sold on a ing nt tho Fresh tcrian church politician of Kentucky nnd wo doubt on "SonversalKm of the Hoys." Personal Guarantee, backed by if his coual enn be found anywhere Tho engagement of Miss Cthel in the United States. Ho is loved and Grant was announced last week by admit cd by his friends and abused her sister Miss I.iiln Grant at an in- - nnd i!lificd by his enemies. Those formal affair given at their piotty who have been associated most homo in the city of Dnmille. The closely with him swear by him and Stanford, Ky. groom is a popular young professor those who have been ngainst him of Howling Green, namely l'roffessor swear nt him In spite of the fact 11. M. Cniig. Tiie wedding will he a that ho hns'been in the limelight for quiet home nffair and will transtwelve years, nnd perhaps has been pire in August. The bride-eleU the most nlni-v- d mnn in politics, exau umcunlly attractive blonde and n cept Col. John Whnllen, his enemies fine conversationalist and very hne never been able to show anypopular in Ikt home town. thing against his integrity or his The contract for n hnndsomc new character. Thev have talked about i i graded school building was award- hira ns if he was the vilest of the ed to Mr. O. P. Raymond, of Cynthi-nnvile in the way of politicians and Tho contract will he drawn im jet not a single specific charge has by tho Webber Bro.. of Cincinnati, been laid nt his door with any proof MR. FARMER: Make votir home ns modern for vour family as n nice who arc pronounced very fine archito sustain it. We tAke it thnt a man residence, and ulaee vourself in a uosition to eet tho latest market auota-tion- s tects. Mho hns done so much nnd fought ho at anv time. Th'.s can be accomplished bv means of our teloDhono On Wednesday evening nfter the hard is cleaner in hi private life and you uud vour neishhors can cct for a sura that is smnll comfemce which pared with the benefit receUed. Call or address our nearest office or cIo.e of prayer meeting Rev. O. P. in his public nets than the average Hush, Baptist minister united in mnn or his enemies would have been write direct to headauuiters. Nushville. Tenn.. for information rccarduie UNDERTAKER AND EMBATMER Line" rate. If vou are not at orescnt cnioyinir tele-oloour suecial "Farmers marriage, Mrs. Clark, an attractive nble to find something on him winch MFfaflBMn&t nTT vt service, we can immediately interest vou. Our lines cover the States STANFORD KENTUCKY. widow and Mr. Win. Davis, a farwould have crippled or destroyed his V)f Kentucky. Tennessee. Mississiuoi. Louisiana and the Southern portion mer, of this c.mnty. CUMBERLAND TEL. & TEL. CO. influence. His friends snv that he Office Phone 167. Home Phone 35. o Indiana uud Illinois. Mrs. W. D. Simpson sold n ftrip is a poor man who has mndo nothing of ground adjoining the Lancaster out of politics but n reputation for opern house 33 feet in width to helpjng his friends nnd his part v. iiMRMWIDE'-MQUTH- i J. R. Hascldcn and J. W. Iinied in rrnnkfort, ho iind vcrv Elmoie for $1,500. The sale was poor opportunities in early life nnd mode through the efficient real es- secured n very limited education. In Please try this jar. tate dealers, Messrs. ifughes and spite of environment, which was Swinebroad. The site was bought against him, nnd denied tunny of the It will meet your approval. for n Knights of Pythias lodge thiiuts in the wny of AccomplishExtra wide mouth and sanitary. room which wilf be creeled soon. ments which most politicians have, Wfhose wonderful Root & Herb medicines have been making such wonMr. W. A. Arnold received a teleIius surmounted all difficulties If your froetr Mat none in tlick. mutt on An ffttinc Ikem Or xu derful cures for years past in Kentucky, extends greetings to the readgram informing him of the death he and is today recognized as the best the courtesy & splendid rates off d ers ofThe Interior Journal, through of h)Q brother-in-laand co.usin, politician in Kentucky. The secret Mason jars. Also, ask for Sanicap Tops for your old-styMr. James Arnold a wealthy capi- of his wimderful by its editor. The name of tay great universal remedy, is success is bis They arc cleaner and more sanitary. City. The deceas- splendid common talist, of Kansas sense nnd the fact COM-CEL-S- AR. ed had been critically ill for some thot he has devoted his time almost time of heart disease. exclusively to politics. He knows Dr. and Mrs. W. S. Elkin havo re- every composed of 10 Roots & Herbs. It i an ideal spring & fall tonic, stomimportance in politics Your Grocer Can Get These Jars Thro' Curry. Brown & Snyder. Lex. man is a body & & blood remedy. turned to Atlanta nfter n short visit in Kentuckyof ach, liver, kidney, bladder nnd lie knows just how to Lancaster relatives. Little Miss & fall for nerve builder of great merit & should be used both spring much Lucile Balkiii, of Stanford has been strength can he can do. where his putUng the blood & general system in fine condition to 'meet the neceslies, who hns influence with tho guest of Mis Tlielma Hamilton. him. all is sold at He his knowledge in evsary changes taking plnce at those seasons. Mrs. J. Bradford Jennings nnd little drug stores, tho' some times, you find a druggist who for some reason sop Henry Clay Jennings, of Pecos. ery enmpaign, pulls every string nt will not handle my remedies. In that case, I will, on receipt of the price Texas, are with Mr. Alex Doty and his command nnd beats the other i9hSBM is packof $1.00 send it postage paid any place on earth. fnr.ilv. Mrs. Mike Elkin. of Lex- - side bv the superiority of his organization. It was Percy Hnlv's ed & backed by a legal guarantee that gets back your dollar if fine organization which put the also for fails to do what you buy it for. Call for County I'nit in the Democratic platScience Sope which is made of pure vegetable oils Charlie White-Moon- 's form. Harry Schoherth would hnve for Human skin Only, 10c a bar, 3 for 25c & money back if you don't SURETY BONDS defeated Claude Terrell for Spcnker happen to like it. hut for Percy Hnlv. The County Fire, Life, Sick and Accident, Burglary, E.M.NEWLAND & among the Indians, give Mv vears of experience as a cowboy Tinted would have been defeated in STANFORD, KY. & Herbs as medicines, & I would like to send every the State Senate but for Pcrcv nnlv me a peculiar fitness & knowledge of the value of Roots v. Plate Glass, Liability, Bonds, Live Ollip .Tnrres -- nnM Jinyp lien ten kind ever published er. tireader of this paper & any friends of yours, a copy of the greatestbook of its else, & costs you nothing for Chairman of tho startling facts obtainable no place Stock, Automobiles, Teams, etc. ed, "The Cowboy Herbalist". It is filled with vein" ion but for Percy I Inly. In you ono for 1912, lithographed in five but a post card, & if you want a fine Calendar, say so & I willp mail other words so skillfully did he work round-ucolors, a fine likeness of myself, entitled "Ready for the nnd so complete was his organi Roots & Herbs as medicines Catholic All letters cheerfully answered, information given relative to zation thnt bad ho been on the other 47:12. Ecclesiastes 30: 14, 15, 10, 17 also Chapter 38, 4, 0, 9, or Protestant, Read Your Bible Ezekial side in each ono of these fights the Write Psalm 103:14. Romans 14:2. Wisdom of Solomon 7:17.20. Revelations 22:2 15 other side would hnve won. He is with ! & so if modem doctors ? down' nrneticnl nnd not sentimental in polfl read them! The Bible says "Physician Heal Thyself" these versed ities. He makes politics n buinoss mercury ft other poisons can, heal 'mselveswhat Uf, nnd not n side line. He is n wonW. Broadway, Louisville, Ky. der, monsured by his success. We CHARLIE WHITE-MOOhnve been against him and hnve been you write for information, book or calendar.nddress Dept. 7. If with him in political campaigns and wc havo never cen his like. Bed RoomSuites Odd Dressers Odd Beds S6c Lancaster. People's Stock Remedy Odd Wash Stands Dining- Tables Springs, Mattresses The litllo dAURlitcr of Mr. and Mm. Henry Sanders living about four miles of Lancaster died on Friday after n short illness. Tho interment was in the cemetery Saturday nfternoon. Much sympathy is extended the younjr parents. It. L. Darnctt State Secretary of tho Farmer's Union from Paduenh, will ho here court day June 24th and address the farmers of Garrard Corsets Corset, price m Shel-hyvill- c. You can make no mistake in buying a Warner's Parlor Tables Rockers, Ob airs Wall Paper Carpets Mattings Rugs Druggets, Lace Curtains Shades, Pictures Trunks, Sewing Machines People's Poultry, Remedy $1, $1.50 and '$2. Also a full line of American Beauty to $3.50. Kv. Corsets, prices $1 George H. Farris Hughes, Martin & Co. .Qfanfnr1 r W. A. Tribble fisSJ. J. C. McClary I ct rt "vJL ft RURAL TELEPHONES. n. 11 SANETY Sanety Fruit Jars ne BJ?KB Charlie Whitemoon, the Cowboy Herbalist. ;r-e- Mer. Sanicap Tops w le Com-Cel-S- ar Com-Cel'S- ar u-- es HSpNL Com-Cel-S- ar Com-Cel-S- ar Com-Cel-S- FIRE INSURANCE and Are You Prepared? FISH & BROMLEY ry Sic-Co- J - Stanford, Kentucky N, Inquire Price rJJF" Tit M. ?XL Per bus. Per bag Per ton Qt " THERE IS REAL PAINT and also some stuff mixed with cheapening materials that is not woTthy of the name. If you have had experience with tho latter kind you don t want nnotucr. ir you haven't take our advice and don t Buy our real paints experiment. and save yourself disappointment and moiiev ns welL Stanford. Kv. J. A. ALLEN. OATEQUAL "HAS NO EQUAL" . H. B. Northcott Dealer in Live and Dressed Poultry, Eggs, Ice, CoalWool, Furs Hides, Salt, Lime, Feath- As a perfect feed for horses, mules, colts, jacks, dairy cows, calves, sheep and lambs, hogs and pigs, as an egg producer it is ers, Ginseng, etc. p,gge Next Jailers Get The Increase. The case of II. M. Boaworth Auditor, against Ceu. M. Ellison, from Frunkliu county, was levcrmd by the Couit of Anucals this week hllioii was iiiiDoiiitcd Jailer of Whitley county to fill the unexpired teiui ot ilutt Morgan. Ellisou claimed he wus. entitled to seventy-fi- o cetiU A duv 4w prisoners, us he wont into ottico alter tho act providing; lor the iucuiiso to cents was tiled. The Court of Appeuls bays Ellison uus merely occupying the place of Morgan uud hud no term of oflico upnrt iiom Morgun'a tcim and thetefore only entitled to the pay thut Morgan would have received. The couit buy if mi) other iiiling was mudo we would have tho curious bituation of Jailer in borne counties receiving seventy-fiv- e cents per day for keep-in- g prisoncib, uhile Jailers in iither counties would be receiving lilt) tents for the feuino feci vice. ne Anchor JTII11IU1 I II "' m,'n . lfNYo urs elf STEADY purpose in this life is one of the best aids to success. If that purpose be the resolve to make A A younj; man should an chor himself to hank account as tho sten to success. A s thi nccouut Rrows so will HIS CONFIDENCE IN HIM SELF TO MAKE GOOD. I- a ' Alcorn aJ irrjltj Made from and and working Molasses. Pure Cane 'LjVJlVII corn than Brewer's GrainOats, Cracked horse's Alfalfa, Oatequal, friend. the in is heavier w Kolled Corn, is A PERFECT FEED. A Feed That Is All Feed. Lancaster, Ky. Hay, Branch House, Stanford, Ky. Why Is This Thus? nccouni Stanford, Ky. Capital $50,000. J. D. J. S. EADS, RICE, V. (Danville Advocate) The writer visited Stanford last week and wus surprised to find the Lincoln county end of the turnpike in such n bad fix. The Boyle county putt is like n boulevard in compuri-boNo Boylo county citizen will n. money your auccess will be sure and satisfactory. T.K. TUDOR, Mgr. PHONE 153. Oa-u- and Alcorn are cheaper to feed than uals and cost little by the bag and less by the ton. complain about tho roads in this county, if ho will only pay n visit to any of the adjoining counties. When - firt CONCRETING We THE OATEQUAL CO., Columbus, Ohio. SOLD BY are in positiou to do all kinds J. H. BAUGHMAN & CO., Stanford, Ky. of concreting, such as Block Work, Pavements, and in fact, we can mako anything from a bouso down to a fence post. Call and get our prices before you buy your material at least. PHILLIPS EROS., Stanford, Ky. Buvlno, Buy Only The Best Casts no More but alves the Best Results II. L. Blomquist, Esdaile, Wis., pays his wife considers Foley's Honey and Tar Coiimoinul tli best coimh (cure on the market. ''She 1ms tried various kinds but Foley's gives the bust icsults of all." Shugars and Tanner. STATE BANK & TRUST CO., k G. W. L McCARTY, Pres. L. PENNY, V. Pres. M. I. Prei. SALIN. Cashier. S. AL1ERT PHILLIPS, 0 JlMMMba ?r Wflf ' 1 fcrjolf1J-- J THE INTERIOR JOURNAL. STANFORD, KENTUCKY FRIDAY. JUNE 21, 1912 : The Division Hoards will employ Mr. W. II. Murphy U at Crnb teachers for Lincoln county Juno Orchard taking trentment nt the Tht U th. nature of Dr. Pieree't Firorile PrecrIptlontl OM nmtifhf 20th, nnd all trustees nnd applicants Spitler Snnntorium. dnif . MeJ from tnn nre requested to be present. G. Sinfrom m which contain! no alcohol nnd no nnd Mrs. Hichard Hnmptoh, Mr. gleton, Supt. medicinal loml rooti. Dr. Pierce telti lit every inredint on th Friof Lebnnon Junction come up medical iuthorltfea endorse tkcfl Prominent physician and tome of the day to visit friends nnd relntivcs. Sheriff's Sale! ingredient! at being the very beat known remedlea for ailmente and weakaceaM S. Ilnughmnn Mr. and Mrs. John Ily virtue of Execution No. 541, peculiar to women, Jns, II. Uaughman nnd Miss Deirn If not don't let this chance, This U what Mns. Hknetti e. uorrr.r, oi uonfnurew, V X 042 directed to me, which issuHnughman, of lloyle county, attendslip throuah your finders. Ky., says: "1 feel It my dutr to writ, and HI you wht the Clerk's Office of the ed from ed the funeral of Mrs. S. II. Hniigh-mn- n your medicines have, dono for mo. 1 was a great sufferer The Gem Theatre, a money Lincoln Circuit Court, in favor of here Thursday. maklnq picture house, lofor lx years from a trouble peculiar to women, but I a KENTUCKY Hob-bin- s, LEIftNON, A. H. Miracle, ngninst Kobert thankful to say, aftr taking four bottles of your Favorlt Mrs. Smith Penny, of St. Joo, Mo. cated at Stanford, Ky.. is I, or one of my deputies, will Prescription ' 1 am not bothered with that dreadful d!eao who with her young son is visiting for sale at a barqaln. ReaJULY 3 TO 12, INCLUSIVE on Monday, the oth day of July any more. I feci like n now woman. When I first wrote her father, J. K. Ilnughmnn nnd son for sellinq; the owner 11)12, between the hours of one o'yo t for advlco I only weighed 115 pounds now I weigh 1S5. fnmily near Hustonvillc, attended an actor, leaves shortly clock P. M. nnd two o'clock P. M. "I thank you very much for your kindness. You haTe the funeral of Mrs. S. 11. Ilnughmnn for a twenty weeks vaudent the court house door in Stnnford tarn as a father to mo In advising mo what to do, so may Thursdny, accompanied by her sisville tour and rather than County of Lincoln, Ky., expose to Cod tlc jou In every effort you put forth for good. ter, Mrs. June Hockcr. leave the house in charge public sale to the highest bidder, the "1 liotio this ttlmonlal will bo tho means of somo poor of others, will make a treat Mr. and Mrs, W. W. Goode, of suffering woman cllng 11081111, following trroperty (or so much Mrs. Corrrr. quick sale. sacrifice for Mitchcllsburg, nnd Mr. J. T. Gooch, thereof as may satisfy the nmount The edition, answers host Dr. Pierce'a Medical Adviacr, newly revised The house Is located In of Indinnnpolis, arc here nt tho bedof the Plaintiffs debt, interest, and of delicate questions about which evcrv woman, single cr married ought to know. heart of business district, side of their mother, Mrs. Snllie orchest: costs,) is fully equipped with a Goode, of Mitchcllsburg, who wns A trnet of land in Lincoln county, late Edison Motion Picture ball taken quite ill, while visiting her Kentucky, levied on by the sheriff Machine in the best of condaughter, Mrs. B. D. Carter. of Lincoln county on October IStli wir-In- q fireworks on dition, has electrical Miss Josephine Carpenter delight1010 belonging to the defendant and fixtures; also mafully entertained n number of her NOW for Hobert Hobbms, ntiil bounded thus: chine for makinq qas for lriends nt ten, Thursdny afternoon On the north by tlie lands of Mrs. use on court days, etc., Ci.au- from four to six o clock. Tlie bouse M. D. Johnson, mi the East by the Ssstii Chairs, handsome lands of C. Denhntn, on the South S "as bcsstifully decorated in duisies Player Piano with 62 rolls nnd ferns. The color scheme yellow by tho lands of Colcmnn Johnson, of music; picture screen 5 and white, wns beautifully carried 5 nnd on the West by the lands of J. W. and other articles too numout in tho refreshments. Miss FranII. ilder. This levy was made sub-leStaqe erous to mention. ces Embry piesided nt the punch KY. to vendor's lieu in favor of J. vaudeville. suitable for bowl. The out of town guests were, II. Scnrbrough, for ($100) one hun Now "lavinn to qood houMisses Mnry Phelps, of Richmond, dred dollars, as shown in deed book ses. Lnurn Carpenter, of Hubtonville, iii, page 3. Tlso subject to n mortNo experience necessary Mabel Hlnckerby, of Falmouth, Ky., gage of (o0) iifty dollars, with 0 will teach buyer the Owner and Cobb, of Danville. tier cent interest from February 24, business. Act quick If vou Dr. W. N. Craip returned to Hcrca SOCIAL and PERSONAL 1010 in favor of Mrs. M. I). Johnson, want this proposition which Fndny. SHORT LOCAL NEWS which is recorded in mortgage book is a chance of a N. pope 182. This levy wus made Mr. nnd .Mrs. J. L. Uoltzclnw were ItfHn Arnold, of LnncnUcr, Mt-- s ' AccJ'' ISth, 1010. in Uichmoud a short time Tuesday. Typewriter, good as new; for snlo la the Kfst Tho amount of this execution to Mrs. W. 0. Coulter and children cheap. Mrs. James Mcltce. Mrn. Matti Xovius is witinR hrr satisfy A. H. Mirnole, is $143.00 with hiuc returned home nfter a visit to eon, Mr. Joe Neuua ami fnmily. uitcrest at 0 per cent from 10th Miks Klla Hanson, of Morelnnd, her mother, Mrs. Owsley at Sonorn. I.iok for Hobinson's big sale that ivovember, 1007 nnd the ensh expen50-- 1 Mrs. E. II. Oentry of, Mt. Vernon, ja n (Vlornnn, Virginia. viRititiR. Saturday. ded $5.70. levied upon as the proLancaster, hns returned home nfter a visit to Miss Holla Arnold, of perty 6f Hobert Robbins, Mrs. E. J. llrown. upright For Salp. Two fine is the Rucet of Mrs. J. W. Acey. TERMS: Sale will be made on a went to Mrs. Norn Goodnight nnd David pianos; will sell nt a sacrifice, nnd Coleman Mr. Thomns credit of (3) three months, bond er omo Crrr or Totwo. i n attended the Murphy and Howe wed-dione player pin no. Address It. C. eim Monday to attend with npproved security required, Hmhmond f LFCJt Odcxtt. Fulton, cbto JntorioV Journnl ofat Hustonville Wednesday. Fiuiio 1.thCM'tXT o mkw1. etli th4t &lieCo-M ttrfot bearing interest nt the rate of G per house party. F. - dotot Cwtsu Una trtnr in tht Cllf ct Toledo. Count? and SUM cent per annum from day of sale, 40-3- t. Ky. tnalnna Mis Mary Hemley, of Crnb Orcji-nr- d is He v. W. S. Grinstend, of London, fice, Stanford, ttnmakl. and that uhl ttrm will pr Uw nun ol hero usitniK his daughter Mrs. J. DOLLAH8 for nth Md fYtry and hnvmg the force and effect of i ONE HUNDRED liere visiting lier (frnndfnth-e- r, For Hcnt. Three pood rooms and rur ot cUTtmui tint euwot l turtd j xttt ut ol a sale bond, this 20th dny of June It. Harris. . J. C. Hmley. Juilfc'f nuHKJiCIIEMEr 1012. W. L. McCarty. May Robinson, of kitchen, downstairs, garden and Miss Minnie Mw Vrnin H.mt is vihinc her Born to twfom m d ubxruxd In my praeEtt. Sheriff Lincoln Connty Court f brother, Mr. crly Kout and wife Lancaster, is the nttrnctivc guest of stable room if wanted. Apply to tan lib mr ol Dtccmotr, a. u.. wi.atXASON. . A. W. 4C-t- f. Mrs. Susan 15. Yeager. .lis Jonn l'nxton. j in Louisulle. notat roua "ih i A Feelina of Security. Mi Mnttie McCInrv bn return-r- d was in Crab Mr. Alfred Ponce IUU cunh rur K un totni!lT and am Insure with the leadinq com dlrrctlr vpon the blood and mucous turUcrs ot tbo 1'ittsburjr, l'enn., wIhtc mic ' Orchard. Thursday m intre'-"- t of tlie from You naturally feel secure when you panies. Fish & Bromley represent mum. Scod tor tntlmonlala. tn.A CO, ToltdO, O know that the medicine you are taught last trnr.. T 1 CHENEY Internntionnl Harvester Co. Sold br an rtruatou. 75t. Hardin, of London, them. All lines. Mr. H. Hoehn. of Louisville. Ii about to take is absolute!" pure and Mrs. Samuel rl UaU FamUT HUia "r toutlpatloii. Mrs. 0. the imeht of her contains no harmful producing .drugs is here to attend the funeral of her Govor and Mrs. M. A. Stone. Such a medicine is Dr. Kilmer's Carl Mcllee, who has worked in uncle, George I). Wenron. For Sale nt Cost Everything in Strnub and Mrs. U. MU Dora Mrs. J. F. Jones nnd Miss Flor our greenhouse, to enable us to make the I. J. office for two years, nnd Swamp Boot, the great Kidney, LivMnrparct, and dnuclitcr Porter, of Crnb Orchard, nnd Miss a change. This is a great oppor- is one of the best boys we ever saw er and Bladder Kemedy. Tuefdny. The same standard were in of purity, Myrtle Jones, of London, were here tunity to secure flowers nnd plants nnywhere. went to Indinnnpolis this MiH Mnrv Hipumn hns returned a short time Thursday. nt prices never heard of before. Ed week to tnkc n place with his uncle strength nnd excellence is maintain4C-ihome from Hock IhU. S. C. where ed in every bottle of Swamp-Roo- t. in n machine shop. JicTjone reMrs Wilbur Goode nnd daugh- Hubbard. Swamp-Bois scientifically comflic tnucht mukie.Jnst lenn in a gretted to see Carl ro. He is n ter, Lonme have ponvio.WincheMor, semTnnrj'. make younR ladies1" For Sale or Hcnt. McKinney bom mechnnie nnd will to be Rood pounded from vegetablo herbs. Jnckf.on-villspend tho summer with her husto hanEloise Heailey. of Mi It is not a stimulant and is taken Coal & Feed property. If not sold nnywhere machinery is Fla., enme Monday to spend band, Mr. Wilbur Goode. M. in tenspoonful doses. by the first of July will rent. This dled. The I. J. hns added John AlMi, M. D. Elmoro wns called to the Mimmor with her aunt. Miss It is not recommended for everyII. Wnlers to its staff, and believes Pan-- , Tuesday on the nccount of the is the business part of the property thing. ice IWnjtky and other relatives. consisting of one lot, 250 feet nt he will prove a valuable man. S. M. Mr. nnd Mrx. Sara Spoonnmore, illness of her niece Mrs. It is nature's great helper in railroad track, one coal bin 92 feet Hnl-nr- a nnd overcoming kidney, liver and handsome little daughter, Miss Jennie Johnson nnd Mr. long, one warehouse 30G0 feet Itoslyn, have been visitinc the Supt. J. W. Ireland nnd district warehouse office and scale Sargent, of Lincoln county, were nnd bladder troubles. homcfolkH. deputy, J. K. Menefee, Jr. wero in building combined 24xo2 feet, and a married nt the court hou-- e ThursA sworn statement of purity is Friday nuemnng me first clnss wagon scale in connection day, June 19, by Judge Hnilev. She with every bottle of Dr. Kilmer's Mrc. Joe Holdnm. of Mobile, Ala., Hielimond, K. Convention of the Kuiphts Hest piece of business property in is 17 nnd he is 21 jonrs old. They Swamp-IJoo- t. who hn8 been visitini; Mrs. J. went to Crab Orchard of Pythias. Holdnm If you need a medicine, you should the town of JreKlnney, first cluss were f.nmerly of Kingsville, where Thursday, to visit friends and rola-lihave the best. Miss Mary McHoberts, of Danbusiness, trnde now es- they have n host of friend. territory for If you are already convinced that ville, hns been the recent guest of tablished on Coal feed lime cement" Presbyterian Swamp-BoM if cos Lueilo nnd Clara Cooper, Miss Mary Hispins, who has jut is what you need, you Services at the snlt, brick. For any further inforteaching in New retuined from Hook Hill N. C. who lme been mation in regard to this property, church Sunday June 23. Bible will find it on sale at all drug stores York Chy, N. V., lmve retnmrd to came down call to see or write E. 0. GOOCH, school nt 9:30 A. M. Morning ser- in bottles of two sizes, fifty-cenMrs. W. C. Grins-tenr. their home to spend the summer with from Stanford last Saturday. Her McKinney, Ky. vice nt 11 A. M Subject "The Pow- and Uii-i- r Mr. nnd Mrs. 0. II. imn-nt- . er of Our Best Moments." The numerous fnends will be fclnil to Cooper. Free will meet Sample Bottle Swamp-Rosho continues to improve from Teachers' Institute will be held Presbyterian Brotherhood By Mall. Miss Mnmie C. Strnub, who has knowsenous nccident nnd is now Peoples meeting & week in Julv, Prof. nt 4 P. M. Young here the first been nt Lexington in school return- the "Heading that is able to walk without even tho aid D. V. Itndces. of Kielimond, will nt 7 P. M. Tonic n, Thursday to spend tho sura-m& Co., ed here. Send to Dr. Kilmer Evening service nt cane." Danville Messenger. instruct the white teachers nnd Prof Worth While." with her prnndmother, Mr. of a "The N. Y., for a sample bottle, Mrs. John Enplcmnn delightfully T. J. Smith, of Versailles, will in- 7:30 The Sbrth Commandment Mary Strnub. free by mnil it will convince. You July Sncredncss of Life." entertained the following: Misses struct the colored teachers. Mrs. Snm Embrv. Jr., and Mioses will nlso rpecive booklet of valuable ltrady, Mary and Sallie Bnr-detdny. G. Siuk'le-toSPECIAL EXCURSION irt'ermntion, telling all about the Man Hruco, Suo Woods nnd 1'nttir Grace nnd Vcrnn Hont nnd Messrs. 4th, will be Trustee Mammoth Cave. Supt. Alcorn, wont to Lebanon Fndny On nccount of the rain Tuesday kidneys. When writing be sure and McCnll, Wnllace Martin. Logan raorninR to attend the bunnl of the Will night the "Trip to Mammoth Cave" mention the Stnnford Grimes at her William Office of State Librarian, little son of Mr. and Mrs. It. II. Put Smclcton. Thursday evening, wns postponed until Friday night, Interior Journnl. junesoui home last nam. Frankfort, Ky., iray 31, 1912. this nddress will be instructive nnd Sealed bids will be received nt entertaining, ns Mrs. Dickey will use this office until Thursdny, (noon,) a lnrge mnp of the cave, and post June 20, 1912, for tho distribution enrds illustrating the interior of it. of public books, under sections 2433 Children, young people and all ages itml 2434 Kentucky statutes, bid- invited to come. Lecture begins nt jH-aa-H I ders wL'l take notice that two ship- 8 P. M. at Methodist chirrcb. aVvVa i Round ments will be required. KiRbts to Round Trip Trip reject nny nnd all bids reserved. Stanriinq In L. L. Sanders' Contest. 243,020 AND EM- UNDERTAKERS Frank K. KnvannuRh, Stntc librari- Mrs. W. D. Newland 49-2- t. DEALaBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBaf ALSO BALMERS. 1 an. 241,41: 1 BBBBW Lillian darner J ER IN FURNITURE, 209,427 SPECIAL TRAIN Mamie Holman RUQS. THEY WILL 201,438 Mrs. Putnam's Baby Dead. Mrs. Djve Garner FURNITURE EXCHANGE 388.252 The sad oevf. wao ie cived here Susie Butt FOR ALL KINDS OF STOCK. 128,905 QIVE THEM A CALL. PRICE Wednesday if tic death at Lebanon Ida Leo Campbell 109.042 ASK TICKET AGENTS FOR PARTICULARS. of tho enr oli son, of Mr. nn-- l Mis. Eva Fletcher 78,220 SPRING SUITING It. II. Putnam, after a short lllutus Cecil darner Tim mother Mnhnln Hownrd of stomach trouble. 3?'?1, My new spring and summer sam34,784 wns Mikr Pearl Uunibidc, fomuily Mattio Bogio ples are now ready for your inspec20,015 cf Stanford, w:l her host of friends Bprtha Rogers compriso th8 best on 14,800 tion. They nr.d loved oius here will deeply symBessio Reynolds market. I can suit anyone as to 8.712 tho pathize with her in this hour of Marie 'White had his W1 price who suit made clothes made to Nell Davis to your measure order. A lKBBBatflMjr' BBBaaBai ks preferable to ready made clotheB. To have them made to measure doesn't cost any more than ready made when quality and Ct is con..mrvr. m for aav other meal at any1 sidered. Come in and let mo take Mother time, verylate! thing in stovethe your measure. can do u a that stove-artMH. C. Rupley, The Practical Tailor. Mrs. The younc mother and many an old Mrs. M. 8. AdaW, Auburn, Ky., and laxaone. too la often puzzled to know the I J la--Oil M. lloyce, Tip Top. Ky.. the only tjT MP It Burns Oil cause of her child' 111 nature. The L. Syrup Tersln. oooooo Gy?C000000 Are You Earning $30 to $50 a Week FOR WOMEN ONLY. nabit-fortift- boMle-wrtp-p- S4vmth AhhhiI AtttmUy tf tki bt proctor Knott Chautauqua Asjociatioo Ideal place BEAUTIFUL greatest platform Daily oand and every afternoon. tra concerts. Base night of JULY 4th. Grand Make YOUR arrangements camping and attending this Great tfiuoua. For program and information, 0. DILLEY, Scc'y, write LEBANON, grounds. ALL-WOO- L ct SUITS life-tim- e. '"' Oc-tob- er 49-2- p. LewW.Botts,Mgr. Stanford, Ky. In-gi- cost no more than inferior grades. They wear you better, and hold their color and shape. We are showing them now from S1215 to $30: mu-.c.cr- 50-3- in the new colors and late designs. Special prices on what few last year patterns we have. 37, from About fifty suits, sizes 35, 36 and n. ot $4 to $8.50 e, in order to close them out. West-ertiel- d. nu-oth- er i't c. QjMMINS WEAREN ot d ts Stanford, .Kentucky one-dolla- ot Home of H.S. M. All Wool Clothes er Bing-hamto- te u, Semi-Week- ly CINCINNATI AND RETURN iTSei . .1 i I J.L.Beazley&Co Sunday, t $1.50 $1.50 Kl MAT-TINQ- Lvs. JUNCTION CITY 5:35 a.m. The iiatestt Thing lint Stoves lie beti :Lf What's The Matter loudness of ltn crying doea not necessarily Indicate the seriousness of Its trouble. It may have nothlntc more the matter with It than a headache or a feeling of general dullness. It cannot, of course, describe Its feelings, but aa a firellminary measure you are safe la laxative. Nine times out of ten. you will find it Is all the child needs, for Its restlessness and peevishness are perhaps due to obstruction of the bowels, and once that has been remedied the headache, the sluggishness and the many other evidences of constipation and Indigestion will quickly disappear. Don't give the little one salts, cathartic ullls or nasty waters, for these will act aa purgatives, and thoy are too strong for. a child. In too families of ts With Your Baby? Fountain Shirts 3Vci.Bfcirectioit Cook-stov- --No Ashii e It Concen- trates Heat -- No Wattt tt concentrate lh heat when you want it Qiuck at ess, and where you want it. It is as steadier and handier iban coal, cheaper than ITkarJsw It'is Handy JfeWrt It'is Ready Delay No Pr'i ? tks N M .hi,J0,-,Bl,,lfc- f l 5to. CMt, rir IlIbbbbu All . d.'. carry Ca-- 1 frrrectV.oJ tO L UTOCM COMPANY STANDARD OILrvuu-- n p- (Incorporated ta Blrmtn.Um. AU aoj JacluonrUU. Cobtoo. KM U.t8U. KT4 AtUaU. JjOi i CU Wr IMiUg FU. tive given Is Dr Caldwell's It has been found to answer most perfectly all the purposes of a laxative, ana us very mildness and freedom from trlplng recommend It especially for the use of y children, women, and old folks gener-all"ntle bowel people who need of American Thousands stimulant. enthusiastic century. families have been quarter of a about It for more than a of thla wishing to make a trial regular Anyone the remedy before buying It In cents or one Tof a druggist at fifty way large bottle (family size) can dollar- to the have a sample bottle sentaddressinghomo IJr. simply of w! II. Caldwell? 405 Washington St. name, and address-oMontlcello. ill. Your a voatal card will do, See Us Before Buying Your Spring Goods Have nice Selection of Drug-RetMailings, Carpets, Lace Curtains, etc. The Correct Styles in Millinery. Come and see our Stock and be convinced. G, B, The pattern you like In the size you want s, i LK U.NS. HI W. E. PERKINS Crab Orchard, Ky. I 0 imaamm'ffFr!09!' -- ' -- " " j ; iiiwi'iii fiiii jjiir ' irwui wm snw "' !'' ijium i. rr L 3' eier-c- e, wkk pleaty of and air, will pwe food arrett coaiwaptive teadenciei, allay irritation in throat and Imzs, and baild op the whole Att Drvggut: body. oat-do- THE INTERIOR JOURNAL. STANFORD. KENTUCKY of his remonstrances, saying she preferred to nalk to tho homo. Sho paid him, and he loft her there. Now, Miss Innes, you had no such visitor, I FRIDAY. JUNE 21. 1912 PROF. T. H. GIBSON e. & imw Rlnomfickl. N J IM "I THE FARMERS A blizzard feed ruttiT, on exhiH. IIWRins' nothiiis betbition nt ter. Leave Jour order now unit be 50-- 1 r1 S L II I i r ready to save your feed. A few reirlstcrcd TnrawortU piffs for sale nt real bargain prices. Send W. for description circular. Ky. A. Coffey & Son, McKinncy, Mr. To'ner. Orwer. Oct that Tobacco Hail insurance now, before more. the Hail comes. It costs no 47-tf. R. M. Xcwlnnd, Agent. Wanted sheet) or cattle to pasture, good fence, plenty of water, 1 west of Kinir's Mountain. Kinc's Mountain. Kimr 1 or write Wnvnesbunr H. D. 4. E. Allen. Single meals nre now 33 cents at Govcr's restaurant but wo fed so well, you'll find they're worth every 45-cent of it. get you the LouisThe I. J. can ville Times, daily, from now to November 30 for $1.23 cash in advance. C. II. Arnold bought a number of bops of Messrs. Charles Duncan and H. B. Montgomery at 7 and 7 2 cents per pound. I will stand my black, highly bred bull at my funn five miles south of Stanford on the Somerset pike at $1 4S-4p. Telc-uhotie 4. 1-- 49-C. W. Lovell. R. L. Barnett, state secretary of the Farmer's Union, will deliver an arddesg at the courthouse in Stan, at 1:30 P. M. ford, on June 2C It. V. Harberson. of Boyle, sold 4. to Mr. Briscoe Crane a lot of hogs nt $C10 per hundred, also a lot of heifers to go in July nt 5 4 cents per pound. 130-pou- IT Curtis Wilson, of Crab Orchard, sold to Mr. Porter Robinson a black Chester Jewel mare for $175. Garrard Stock Notes W. II. Furr bought a small farm of Win. Bryant, of Flat Woods, the tract containing 80 acres and the price paid was $300. R. L. Elkin sold Joseph Hamilton, of Bueuu Vista, a nice 2o ear-ol- d pony and cai't for $150. The shipment of lambs from this section lias become nn extensive business with the las't fortnight. Cress and Jones exported a of Iambs to Green Kmbry & Co., at Cincinnati, 100 bead to a load the, following being some of their purchases: From J. 11. Buughmun 100 lambs, average weight 75 pounds at fi cents; from C. C. Gover 40 4 d lambs at C 2 cents; from II. Cj Anderson 40 lambs at G cents; from David Stevlambs at Z cents. ens 30 Luwson and Brown shipped a car load of lambs from this place to ths city market Tuesday. J. C. Fox, of this city, exported n far-loa- d of lambs from here on the 11th. V. A. Lear shipped a double decker of lambs from here Friday bavins bought ns follows: From R. I. luinbs at $7 llurton, 32 per hundred; from J. M. Cress 24 lambs nt 7 cents; from A. lambs at 6 C. Kndell 45 cents; from Nulh Bogie, 33 lambs nt 0 2 cents; fiom lnuiln nt W It. iCook 25 Hill 18 $7.35; from lambs nt 7 cents ; from Robert Long, lambs ut C 2 cents; 22 from Mrs. Mary Button, 20 Iambs nt 7 cents; from Kemp lambs nt 0 2 Wnlker 10 cetus; from Thomas Conn 10 lambs nt 0 cent. Ctess and Jones shipped u enr-loof cnttlo Tuesday to the city .rmrk-et- . 20 head in the load that weighed COO to 1,100 pounds. This catd stock firm bought 8 tle from A. T. Nunnclley nt 4 cents and 8 1,100 pound steers from M. E. Burton nt 4 cents. cnr-load( 800-poun1-1-- Jee 1-- nd 000-poun- 1- -2 Destroys Dandruff scalp clean and healthy, destroys all dandruff, and greatly promotes the growth of the hair. You will certainly be pleased with it as a dressing for your hair. It keeps the hair soft and smooth and promptly checks any falling of the hair. It does not color the hair, and cannot injure the hail or calp. Consult your doctor about these hair problems. Ask him what he thinks of Avar's. Hak MmAm Ayer's Hair Vigor keeps the k tk. 1. a. ATM Vis. lwll CO.. Bro. John Elder preached here on Chosen to Hehd Juctlon City School Sunday last with n large crowd ond good behavior. His text being, "Why Next Two Terms Was Jesus Christ Baptized by John "None," I said decidedly. 4 llin Bnpl.t." Junctio City, June 21 "Gclst thought it might bo a maid, Willi Griffin ltn been clerking Prof. II. T. OiIhoii, of Wilmore, ns you had got a supply that day. But . M. Thompson. he said her getting out nrar tho gate hn been rhocn to bend 'the IBkIi for We kindly the parents of this teiH'hers here for tho ses-ro- u puttied him. Anyhow, wo have now pregnant with posslblltles that one relied lady, who, with the ghost- School JDB2 nnd 1013. He H n community tonk seemed come nnd bring tlieii of called to ly day, and when Halsey was children to our Sunday school. Intruder of Friday night, makes graduate of Asbury College, Wilthe telephone, I ceased alt pretenn two assets that L hardly know what to more. Walter Itogers has the mumps. nnd State College, Lexington, at eating When ho catno back from do with." hnving finUhcd nt the Intter school Walker Menefee i in Louisville the telephone his faco showed that "It Is mystifying." 1 admitted, "al- with the A. B. degiee Has been woikiuc on the rnilrond. Be waited though I something had occurred. can think of one possible exhi Jim Brown has moved to Brouijh-toutow- n however, until Thomns left the din- planation. Tho path from the Green- tenching for nbout nine yenrs nnd is bringing on lots of lust school being nt Middleburg. He ing room; then ho told ui. wood club to tho village enters the "Paul Armstrong Is dead," ho nn road near the lodgo gate. A woman come highly recommended nnd it i good. He i there to fill the vanounced gravcljr. "He died this morn who wished to reach the Country believed that be will ninke n success cancy of 0enr Hertcl. George Denny hns returned to bis Ing In California. Whaterer he did, club, unpercelved, might choose such of the school here. He is n single he Is beyond the law now." fnmilv here, he has been nt Indian-npo- ti a method There are plonty of wom- ninn. Gertrude turned pale. nt work. Mis Jennie Cnmonler, of Turnen there." "And the only man who could have ersville, is the of Mrs. John F. The little son of R. B. Elder swnl-lowI think this gave him something to cleared Jack can never do Ut" she ponder, for In a short time he said Itouton. button. a large Irrn said despairingly. Mr. K. It. Onlbrenth hns returnIt. B. Elder will be here at Mt. good night and left But I myself was "Also," I replied coldly, "Mr. Armsatisfied, I was determined, er from n Wit to lelutives in Heiirj Zioei on Sunday next to conduct the strong Is for ever beyond the power far from on one thing. If my suspi- county and Louisville. inging for u. however, When your himself. of defending Mi I'enrl Johnstone, of DanI had suspicions were true, Jack comes to me, with somo $200,000 cionsformake my own Investigations, ville, viited Mis IjiVinia McGruw I would LOCAL MAN HONORED In hla hands, which Is about what only on Tuesdny. you have 1", I shall believe him In- and Mr. Jamleson should learn Clay Cox bought of Mnck Bin-cownat was good for him to kssw. W. M. Briqht Nsw President of 8th nocent" We went back to tho houso, and six pigs nnd their mother, payDistrict Bankers. Gertrudo, who was more like herself ing $23 for same, CHAPTER XI. since her talk with Halsey, sat down Q nnd C. carpenters are hero put-tiu- i' n W. M. Bright, cashier of the at the mahogany desk In the living in now ticket windows in the County .Vitiouul Bank, wus Halsey Makes a Capture. t eight when room to write a letter. Halsey prowl- pusscnger depot. gneu u distinguished honor by the It was about ed up down the entire east wing, Messrs. T. E. Clelland nnd W. S. we left the dining room, and still en- now Inand the card room, now In tho bil- Armstrong, of 1'arksville, were here uuuKers of the hightli tougressioual grossed with one subject, the failure liard room, and now and then blow Tuesday, the former to do some uistui't in session at liicliuiond this of the bank and Its attendant evils, ing week, when lie was elected president smoke surveying his clouds of tobacco for the new turnpike lead- ut tue .iguiu Uruup lur the ucm Halsey and I went out Into the among the pink and gold hangings of ing folto- - term. grounds for a stroll. Gertrudo from this place two miles out the drawing room. After a little I New Austria, the Intter to lowed us shortly. "The light was Quite u number of Stuufotd's Joined him in the billiard room, and fwurds thickening," to appropriate Shakes- together we went over tho details of visit his siter, Mrs. Thomns E. Co- - leading Inlanders attended the meetpeare's description of twilight, and by. boiiy. ing at Kidimuud, among them uciug s and the the discovery of tho onco again the Mr. Alex Tribble bus returned Ml. Bright, J. b. 1 locker, president The cardroom was quite dark. crickets were making night throb Whcro wo sat, in the billiard room, from a vu.it to Frankfort. ol tha tirst iNuttuuul Bunk, ,M, B. with thetr tiny life. It was almost op- only one Miss Dawson mid Miss Johnston, baliu, cusluer of the State Bunk & of the side brackets was pressively lonely. In spite of Its beauof Hermitage, Toim.. and the two Tiust Coiuptiuy, J. S. Kite, A ice ty, and I felt a Bickenlng pang of lighted, and wo spoke In subdued Miss June, of Columbia, Tcnn., nre piesideut ol the latter institution, tones, as tho hour and tho subject my city at night homesickness for seemed to dnmand. When I spoke of visiting nt the residence of Mr. Joe unit other. Former president Bush cefor the clatter of horses' feet on the figure Llddy and I had seen on K. Wright, in the country. . Ainu, of ilurrodsburg piesided mented paving, for the lights, winThe body of Virgil Thnrp, aged over the meeting. The address ot the sound of children pl&ylng. the porch through the cardroom The country after dark oppresses me. dow Friday night, Halsey sauntered about -- 3, was found Iviug near the welcome was delivered by County room, and together west truck of the Q. & C. railway, Judge W. the It. Shackelford. Itespoiise The stars, quite eclipsed In the city Into stood darkened there, much as Llddy and I Wednesday morning, cold in death. by .Mr. Bright. by the electric lights, here become In- we Other addresses tad done that other night Deceased was a son of Mr. William weiu mude by J. It. Waller, of sistent, assertive. Whether I want to The window was the same grayish Thnrp, of this place, nnd was Just or not, I find myself looking for the John II. Leathers, of few I know by name, and feeling ri- rectangle in the blackness as before. seen about one o'clock on WednesLouisville, J. M. Johnson, of diculously new and small by contrast A few feet away In the hall was the day morning by some voung men, F. X. Lee, of Danville, spot where the body of Arnold Arm- who say thnt he left the office of always an unpleasant sensation. strong had been found. I was a bit the McCollum Hotel, with the inpn-tio- n and Charles Q. Davis, ot Columbus, After Gertrude Joined us, we avoid0. I put my on of going up to Mr. C. Hosel's ed any further mention of the murder. nervous, and Suddenly, hand from the top sleeve. To Halsey, as to me. there was ever store to see if it was open. Coroner ECZEMA? TRY ZEM0 the present, I am sure, the thought of our of the staircase above us came first Dodds, of Danville, was notified, cautious footstep. At night before. As sound of a sure, conversation of the but Halsey's attitude nnd coming over, soon hud n jury of Has Cured Worst Cases and Yoi. we strolled back and forth along the I was not told mo he had heard and was listen- bix men to sit on the euse. They Can Try it At Our Risk drive, Mr. Jamleson emerged from ing. The step, slow, measured, in- were: Messrs. Linuey McDonald, J. the shadow of the trees. W. Doling, B. W. Durham, J. L. finitely cautious, was nearer now. Yes try Zemo. That's all you "Good evening," he said, managing Halsey tried to loosen my fingers, but Lunsford, C. II. Helm nnd George to Include Gertrude In his bow. GerSettles, the lust named being chos- need do to get rid of the worst euse I was In a paralysis of fright. trude had never been even ordinarily After examining of eczema. You take no chance, it The swish of a body against the en us foreman. courteous to him, and she nodded coldcurving rail, as if for guidance, was several witnesses the jurv brought is no experiment. Zemo is positively. Halsey, however, was more cor- plain enough, and now whoever it was in a verdict to the effect that de- ly guaranteed to stop itching rash, dial, although we were all constrained had reached the foot of the staircase ceased met his death by being raw, bleeding eczema make u pimenough. He and Gertrude went on and had caught a glimpse of our rigid Zemo struck by a Q. & C. train, betweeti pled face smooth and clcau. applied together, leaving the detective to walk silhouettes against the billiard room the hours of one mid three thirty la u, wonder and the minute with me. As soon as they were out of doorway. Halsey threw me off then evio'clock, A. M. Much sympathy i it sinks in, vanishes leaves no earshot, he turned to me. and strode forward. nged father of Virgil dence, doesn't stick, no greusc, just felt for the "Do you know. Miss Innes," he "Who Is it?" he called Imperiously, broth- a pure, clean wonderful liquid and said, "the deeper I go Into this thing, and took a half dozen rapid strides to- Than) nnd for his sitsers nnd d and it cures. This is guaranteed. Zemo ers. Virgil was the more strange It seems to me. I ward the foot of tho staircase. Then his fath is put up b the E. W. ltos0 Medi to a degree. am very sorry for Miss Gertrude. It I heard blm mutter something; there cine Co., M. l.ouis, .Mo., and sold looks as If Bailey, whomshe has tried was the crash of a falling body, the er He i survived ov two sisters, by all druggists throughout Ameri Mrs. II. T. Cireathouse, of LexXg- so hard to save. Is worse than a rasslam of the outer door, and, for an Stanford at Penny's drug ca, und cal; and after her plucky fight for Instant, quiet I screamed, I think. tun, nnd Miss Fidelia Thurp. of this btore. ui city. Three brothers survive him, him, It seems hard." Then T remember turning on the " of Corbin I looked through the dusk to where lights and finding Halsey, white with being Mr. Geurge Thai-Bee Lick Gertrude's light dinner dress gleamed fury, trying to untangle himself from und Messrs. William nnd Thomas Mrs. David I'roetof is still very ,11 Thnrp, who live somewhere in the among the trees. She had made a something warm and fleecy. He had at this writing. plucky fight, poor child. Whatever cut his forehead a little on the lowest south. W. E. Tuvlor bought a fine horse Mrs. F. T. Burke nnd sister Mrs. she might have been driven to do, I step of the stairs, and ho was rather could find nothing but a deep symghastly sight. He flung the white Hmina lliggmbothum, of Lancaster, for .?1UU. a Mr. Hugh Taylor and his cousin, pathy for her. If she had only come object at me, and, Jerking open the nre isiting relatives in Ilindsboro. Miss Lucy Iteyuolds were ut the to me with the whole truth then! Ill outer door, raced Into the darkness. "Miss Innes," Mr. Jamleson was sayGertrude had come on hearing the Mrs, H. T. Gesthouse, of Lexing- - ! ehildreu's day at Wuynesburg Suu- ing, "In the last three days, have you noise, and now we stood, staring at ton, Messrs. George and James Mr. M. M. Tuvlor vvus culled to seen a any suspicious figures around each other over of all things on Tharpe, of Corbin, William and the grounds? Any woman?" earth a white silk and wool blanket, Thos. Tharpe, uttended the funeral Mt. einoii Friday on business Mrs. Elbert Eales and family vis"No," I replied. "I have a houseexquisitely fine! It was the most and burial of their late brother and thing In the world, with its ulicle, Mr. Virgil Tharpe. ited Mr. T. C. llumtu ot Quail. ful of maids that will bear watching, one and all. Hut there has been no lavender border and its faint scent. Lion's Lumber Co., vvill blurt up strange woman near the house or Gertrude was the first to speak. their saw mill in a tew days. Holdam's Mill. LIddy would have seen her, you may "Somebody had it?" sho asked. Itev. D. it. Gentry filled bis re1'eople me all about ovor their gular be sure. She has a telescopic eye." "Yes. Halsey tried to stop whoever appointment ut Bethel Suuduy corn in this part of the country, Mr. Jamleson looked thoughtful. It was and fell. Gertrude, that blanklust. We are needing rain very bad. The "It may not amount to anything," et hi not mine. I have never seen it Mrs. J. M. Brown and family dust i very severe. be said slowly. "It Is difficult to get before." have, moved to their uuvv farm ut Wo have n very nico Sunday any perspective on things around She held it up and looked at It; then Brougbtou, Mr. Brown will bturt up school going on nt this place now. she went to the door on to the verannew line of lneichuudise. Wo hope here, because every ono oown in the da and threw it open. Perhaps 100 Mr. T. L. Drynnt nnd wife have u Mr. Brown will do well. village is sure he saw the murderer, to their home, from feet from the house were two figures, returned either before or since the crime. And that moved slowly toward us as wo Ind. FOR STANFORD PEOPLE half of them will stretch n point or looked. When they came within range Mr. B. S. Poynter is in from Wet two as to facts, to be obliging Hut of the light, I recognized Halsey, and Vn. the man who drives the hack down with him Mrs. Watson, the houseCitizens' Experiences Stanford Thompson .Mr. and Mr. W. M. there tells a story that .may possibly keeper. have been visiting his sister nt Lan- Furnish Topic for Stanford Discusprove to bo Important" caster, Mr and Mrs. George White. sion.. ( Continued Next Weekl "I have heard it, I think. Was It Thev also uttended the street fair the one the parlor maid brought up The following experience occurSaturday und icport a ut Lant-uste- r Turnersville. yesterday, about a ghost wringing Its red in Stanford. A ijtauford citizen nicr- - time. Quite ft number of our people hands on the roof? Oh perhaps It's Ethel White nnd little Little Liz- leluto-- it. heard; a tramp the one tho milk-bothe Children's Duv exercises Similar experiences uro occurring zie, of Lancaster, uiu the guests of washing a dirty shirt, presumably nt McKinney Sunday night. her mother, Mrs. Margeret Brown, daily. bloody, in tho creek below the Mr. Cecil Miiuiiiug, who has been Stanford people uro bcinjr relievbridge?" suffering from rheumatism, hub this week. Jumcs Adams, while out fishing ed. gleam of Mr. Jamlo-son'- s (one to Dripping Spring. I could see the Getting rid of distressing kidney teeth as be smiled. .Mr. Minuting is with her parents Sunday fell in the creek. daughter, ills. "Neither," he said. "But Matthew ut Danville. Mis Julia Smith and Try Uoau'rf Kidney rills tho testGelst, which Is our friend's name, Minnie were in this pint of the coun- Mr. Ltiwience Toombs, of Dan-illed (Juultur remedy. claims that on Saturday night, at 9:30, parents heie, Sathi Stanford people testify. Stanford a veiled lady" in ilav mid Sunduy. -people profit. "I knew it would be a veiled lady," Mr. Iltown, of Wayne county was The evidence is homo evidence I broke In. here Sunday the guest f Mr- couvcncinir,. the "A veiled lady," he persisted, "who j Sandusky. was apparently young and beautiful, Stuufoid testimony is (,'intel'ully HUM wuuuuonj DIUHII lUUSSrh. engaged bis hack and asked to be ttiven. will The driven to Sunnyside. Near the gate, have tindi'd lui insJuly. latter SLaufoid sufferers bhould heed it. step. In spit inuve in Texiin in however, she made blm W. H. Merbhou, Limcnster l'ike, Miss Oru Lee Sandusky celebratStanfoid, Ky bayw; I wus troubled her K'veiiteeiith birthdnv Sunday. or riim-loKnliln. 30 Cook St. Hoeh- - ed some time ago with nu acute attack estcr, N. Y, fcnys ho leeoimuends Quite n number of her friend weio POULTRY of kidney complaint. My back nch BOURBON t nnd nil hud a good tune. piCM-nFoley Kidney 1'ills nt every oppor etl constantly uild I had considerable Mr. Sherinnn Manning loft lust CURE tunity because they guve lam prompt pains through my loins. I felt lanweek for l'oitniouth, O. lelief from u bnd cuo of kidney guid nt times and tired easily. I down the throat of a srplo Mr. Robert Kllison, of Cincinnati, Uouble tliut bad Ion botheied him, chlcktn. demoyi in II fa. ii took a box of Boau'd Kidney rills . . .k.Cll.'. cu Such a recommendation, coming is the cuet Jt Murinti nnd Bud Kn. A (wiiropi la lb drinking nnd they fixed mo up all rizht, the Ker. witercurai and Mr. Sable, is direct and connrnnlionllv from Jim nf Mi. George Koger continue! very niaHABU- Iitoonml linr vincing; evidence of the great curaiun the trouble." low. In chlckt tive qualities of Foley Kidney I'ills. J'or gae by all dealers. l'llCO 50 For th treatment o! White DUrrho Tliore will be preaching heie SunanJBIkhe4 ana other ai.e..t In turkeir. i Shuirnrs mid Tanner. Foiter.jijbunl Cof Huffulo, morning. McCronrv appointed 0o.Huger. of Owensboro, the Judge day BQURIOK POULTRY CURE MAS NS EQUAL New York, sole nKents for the Unit- S. W. ed Stutes. High-clas- s vaudeville nnd motion member of the state election of"41"6 Remember tho name Doan'c pictures at Opra House tonight One soc twttu mke u C. It. Mccommission, to uucceed & take no other. For Sale bv New Stanford Druo Cs. and Saturday night. Dowell, resigned. ly Tuesday. rj Perfection Headache Cure ' n staircase The Circular The hest preparation for headache Is made by your Druoxlst PENNY ' Honestly we do not know how It could be Improved, at any price, and we have had ten years' experience with It. too. A GENEROUS Just a little better 'nan any other. BOX 10c. get hettrr see your family physician That's the safest thlna to do in all cases but for any ordinary couqh If vou have a severe couqh you had ni our Syrup White Pine Tar Is the best thins vou can net. We have It In 25 cent and 50 cent bottles, and It Is guaranteed. We are selllnq lots of our Cold Tablets these days. We guarantee them to cure a cold In one night. Our guar-antI; a Personal cuarsr.tc:. Money back If not Satisfied. es Liu-coi- half-pas- PENNY'S, The Rexall Store. Phone No. 2. Q oMOMoaoaoai laoMoMoaoMoaoMi Mo DaoMoaoaoHoMoaoaootiTii a i!i tree-toad- m i ii oli ; ol? II I.I Mor-gautiel- d; ill Car of Adrian Wire Fence Just Received We have several secondhand Buggies for sale II II Old Hal-sey'- s ii ol? II 22 " II o9 I.I oo oo 11 lit ; E. T. Pence Stanford, Kentucky owoaoaioMowjMaMooai4ioadMeaooMoMBoaoMoaioaioMgM) a large-hearteBe-id- Do You Want a Silo? This cut shows you what we are now prepared to construct. :& H We have one f the famous Polk Machines with which to build Silos like this, and if YOU are thinking of building a Silo, call on or write us before you do anything, and we'll interest you. We have already contracted for six and cannot build but a limited num ber, so you had better not delay, but get in next. We have the territory of Lincoln and Garrard counties. Telephone 136 Craw-foidsvil- PHILLIPS BROS., Stanford, Ky. H: ft s Horse and Mule Feed Alcorn and Oatequal, a well balanced feed, made of corn, oats, barley, ground alfalfa and molasses, 100 pounds to the sack makes 5 measured bushels. Alcorn $1.90 per 100 pounds Oat equal $220 per 100 pounds. You feed no other grain with this feed, and three quarts to one gallon makes a good feed. Order a sack today. e, vit-itv- ONE POP gMS) f fKCVCiia u .ma ... ".. . H. Baughman & Co. Phone 1 1 Stanford, Kentucky. dero-ociat- io