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FRIDAY, WEATHER FMCCAST WWi 9Mj r Mr FrMay Mm fttertfty. FOUNDED 1800. C3d YEAR. JULY 5, 1012. TUESDAYS AND FMDATf.' M I0YLE DEMOCRATS Nominee for Vice President committeeman at South Fork, says TOM THUMB WEDDING McKinney. VENERABLE CITIZEN .Mrs. W. A. Coffey '". entertained ALL STRONG FOR HELM that it is nil Helm over in his counCALLED TO HIS REWANt try, nnd Wallace Ellis, Coleman In Junction City Section Are Strong To Be Given At Hustonvllle Opera n number of her friends at the benu-tifcountry home ou last Saturday. For Harvey Helm. Prominent Democrats Over That Snow, Joo Wilcher, nnd Hardin Ellis, House Saturday Night. nre putting in snino hard licks for Among those present were? Rev. 6. James RoslfisM Passes' Away M County Enthusiastic For Their .Kllisburg Helm in the L. Fleming community. nnd wifo Rev. A. II. Home In Hubble Section At Junction City, July 4. Neighbor Candidate. Ilustonville, July 4. Raugli and wife. Rev. M. G. Onb- At CIcmcntHvillc, which is in the ' '' Ripe Old A We have talked to several rather A Tom Thumb wedding, with sixty bnrt, .Mr. F. M. Ware nnd Mrs. S. M. strongest democratic precinct in No ono i an go 'rt Liberty, the Casey county, Dnvo Clements nnd well posted politicians in this city childicii participating, will ho given Owens and Mrs. L. H. Owens, Mrs. Jumes Robinson, one of the obJwt enpitnl of the Stnt of Casey, nnd Alfred Wcthcringtnn ate stronir and every one of them is ho ooii- C. C. Singleton und son, Charles at tho operu house on Saturday uhl one of- tho best known nnd. swat iident of Hon. llnrvoy Helm getting Reck nnd dnughter. All report a not lie jmprcxed with the progress Helm men and working for him. 0. under the uuspjecs of tho In- good time V. Porter is doing some yeoman the majority of the votes to be cast and find Mrs. Coffey to resected cilirens of Lincoln couaty. tlmt the little city munifests, dies of the Christian church, and be u very charming nnd delightful parsed nwey nt his homo in tlfe work lor Helm at Little South. As nt this precinct in August tlmt they it is about n score of milefor the benefit of tho church. All hostess. the I. J. reported in Tuesday V U - 'utc willing to bet money on it. One Hubble section, Thursday evening, from u rnilrond stntion. The tact Btie, Casey county is ulin'ust solid' of them went so far as to say that will be in elaborate costume, und the Brother I'lemlna will pieuch nt tltp ufter n lengthy illness of heart troum i cutcrttiinincnt promises ,to be ono Ruptist church Sunday morning nnd tlmt ther ure almost n ilnr.cn for f ongresHinnn Helm, and there's Sullivnn wasn't in it. Mr. Helm has ble. Mr. Robinson was in his 88th of tho most intere.sting given here night. owned there goes to show: no telling just how largo his tnajori n record which ought to noiniunte Tj ' him nnd later elect him. Ho rs a in some time. An ndmiisiou of 10, Dr. Singleton has been very sick year, nnd tho donth enmo nt tho end without further argument tlmt the ty is going to bo on August .'lid. 'r .0 ntuJ Jo cents will Im charged The hack nnd mail route, between good mu n. the pnst week, but wo nro very glad of a long life, full of good works, people are hustling, progressive nnd .Hiss iMiiiicruic wnr.iner lias re- to say that ho is much improved at nnd the etcem of his fellow men.. rre going to have the best that is Morcland and Liberty, which for 20 Miss Elizabeth Francis nnd Mr. turned from Ctittenden, Ivy,, where thin writing and wo hone Iirr n. Koing. J cars has been operated by (1. W. Joo E. Wright have leturned from a For u number of years ho hnd.beea she uiw ongnged to ?ing during tho speedy ieti,Vei Although there is no town corpor- Knit', chanced hands Momhtv. ami visit to Mammoth (,'ave. ns ho is missed un extensive fanner in the communiprotracted meeting held in Unit city. nmong our midst verv much. Mr. Jesse Heard, of Newpoit, is ation nt Liberty nnd therefore no will in the future bo run by T. J. YMiss Florence Sprugcns nnd broLightning struck the 'residence of ty u hero he lived. Before that he town tnx, the city is kept in n condi- Cell, u brother of S. J. Hell, of this visiting Mr. und Mrs. Chailes Itiirkc. R. MAR. ther Mr. Dennis Spragens, of Ellis-bur- L. O. Gooch on Tuesday afternoon conducted n store nt Preachersville, THOMAS Mrs. Emma Hiirginbotluim and) QOVeRNOR prut, countjv "I'd bis partner, Lawrence tion of cleanliness fur the most FAVORITI 6HALU, INDIANA'S were here for a short time nnd did fpiito a lot of damage. The nnd wns one of the pioneer road nnd it is mi id to be n pleasant phico Brown. They trot the contract nt .Mrs. F. T. Iiiiike have returned ,j SON. n Tuesday. $7fi0 u enr although Mr. King only from ii trip to Himlsboro, III,, where family had a very nnrrow escape ns builders who promoted the construcout. tion of the Crab Orchard and The W. C. T. V. met at the Prcsr they were in the room nt the time. Ono grcnt advantage which (lie received $.VJ0 for it. The nutomo-bil- e they visited relatives. Gov. Marshall, o'f Indiann, was byterinn church Thursday Juno 'JO, Mrs. Edgar Needhnm has been ill nominated business has cut down the pas L'itlren.s there enjoy, which is not The ice cream fnctoiy did n big Preachersville turnpike. He amass- for Vice President on the ed finite n compence in merchandisvouchsafed to tiic people of the senger traffic considerably however. the pnt week, but is somewhat third ballot, at the Democratic con- for their regular meeting. Mrs. Cut business on the 4th. They shipped ing nnd added to. it in ugrioultural Riffe und Mrs. Smith Yowell pre nnd sold in the country for the picnt this writing. more pretentious villngo of Stanford Andrew Dillion, who is well known vention nt Ilnltimorc early in 'the ' pursuits. Mr. IL II. West has had erected hour electric cur- nnd veiy popular in Lincoln, meets is u twenty-fou- r week. He is n very nble man nnd sented the main features of the af- nics over fifty gnllons of crenm. Throughout a long life lie was a ternoon wns the address given by They nre doirj; a splendid business rent. Through the enterprise of all the trains at Morcland with his this week a shed room which adjoins will add strength to the ticket. faithful member of the Christian Miss Liceie .Messrs. Cuudiff mid Merrill, of the iTiick little Ford touring car, and Ins erncery store. Beazley formerly of und it is quite a help to tho people. rhtireh. He wns also a life long Misses Berthn West and Susie Liberty Milling Co., patrons nre carries a bunch over every day. The band boys went to IlustonStanford, but now connected with Horrible Wreck W. C. T. IT. school nt Hindeman, Ivy. ville for tfio Fourth, where they did democrat. Mi))liC(! with 'the "juice" Judge Carter, who is presiding in Roberts vvero in Stanford Tuesday morning Forty-on- e In 1650 he wus ninrricd to Miss were killed und nearly Miss Beazley's noon unci night. Every home is oloc-tn- d circuit otirt nt Liberty this week, on business connected with tho con appeal for the Moun-tui- ii some extra good phijing. They are Snllie McDonald, who survives Jiim ' lighted in the evening, and in look "a crack" nt the iiutouobilist" test iniiugurated bv tho Interior three hcoic poisons were injuied people was moist impressive fast coming to tho front und will at nn advnnced nge. Their long life Thursday in what is conceded to The local the day time, electric fans keep the in his charge to the grand jurv Mon- Journal. organization voted to pre- soon be one of the best bands in have been the worst wreck in the pare nnd send u Miss Edith Weissinger, of Louisthis country nnd we predict for them toge'ther, 50 jears of wedded .life, people cool, clectne irons and wash. day, instructing them to see that the box soon. history of the Lucknwnuu rnihoad. was mi ideal union, nnd the sympain,j machines, heater, toasters, etc., speed regulations are strictly ob- ville, is the guest of Mrs. Jesse Mr. Wiillnce. Steele, of Ellisburg, u bright and successful future. N'enr Corning, N. Y., u fast express Miss Mnda Butler, Miss Eugene thy of a host of friends goes out to make easy the work of the house-i- . served. As the Casey roads are not Minor. was here Thursday for a few hours, g the widow in the loss of her Misses Alum ami Annie Cosby nnd train crushed into n trninlnitd ot wives. Messrs. Curlisle Myers and Syl Hubble, nnd Mrs. S. A. Montgomery I The current is olitaineii by the best in the world, it is pictty .tIlcm ten !,,Ud.ren (.mail dynamo at hind to see how anyone could exceed Mr. Charles Cosby attended Chnu-tnu(i- e.Ncursiouis'ts stntuAng ou the main vester "Newton, have returned from a nil nttended the' teachers' institute I C'mpu.nio"- the operation of a were join, ot wliora seven survive, nt Stanford this week. ut Lebanon on Wednesday. line, waiting for tho track ahead to short trip to Louisville. Ihe null, which supplies the day cur- the speed limit on them. a be denied by a freight train. Miss Itcssie Durham is in LouisW. E. Clover, nnd Lew Units, of Tho protracted meeting closed nt ns follows: Jumes B. Robinson, Jos the Mime time charges rent, midgut Mrs. A. Newton and children aro X eph E. Robinson, Jake A. Robinson, the Christian church lust Sunday her aunt, Mrs. .Mont a Jnrge storage battery for the llhl-ill- ): Stanford, are in Liberty this week, ville, visiting relatives in Somerset. and John C. Robinson, nnd Mrs. Holdam's Mill running the hitters moving picture Seorles. or ttic houses nt night. Mis. Cora Mao Goodd is in Cin- night with three conversions nnd McKechnie, Mrs. Hattio Beans, peas and new potatoes uic cinnati visiting her brother. big crowds. The Miss Louise Tilckcr is visiting in Rev. A. II. Raugli und wife have re- James In this connection, it may be of show, and drawing turned to their home in Monticello. Toomy, nil of this section, and Mrs. interest to note that the Stanford lVmner has sold a number of I'oid Oreeiisboio, being the guest of her plentiful und people ure living fine .Mrs. David Newborn nnd daugh Annie Lipscomb, of Water Light & Ice Company is now mrs in Liberty and is very popular iclntives, Mr. and M. E. T. Tuck- now. ttr Miss Georgia L. Ncwbern, have Little Miss Josephine Nunnelley, Tho moTtnl remains Missouri.vener-nbl- e of this We ure having lots of rain und er. investigating the cost of operating u tliere of the Peyton's Well section, is visreturned from Knoxville. citiren will be laid to final rest iting Mrs. James B. Beck this week. i.' While working in u barytes mine crops und guldens look fine. Ouo of the stonsest and lendiuc here, and General Miss (irubbs, of Junction City, .'4tS We aro having a. nice Sunday passed through Manager Penny hopes to soon have democrat of Casey county and nt on tho farm of Mr. Jack Haydcii, Miss Bettie Royalty, of Yosmnite. in the Lancaster cemetery Saturday TKi here Snturday en i? tho attractive guest of Mr. and morning at ten o'clock, after serit in effect. In addition to the the same time of the strongest sup- Jack Illarkcrhy, of this place, had Sellout ut Mt. Zton. i onto to Liberty. vices by Rev. F. M. Tinder. Mr. und Mrs. Tliomp-o- n were tho mnll ues to which the current is porters of Congressman Helm, is the bone in his arm shnttered by Mrs. Ctirlton Elkin, of Lancaster, Mrs. Cleo Thomas this week. being hit with a hummer while hold-ill'- .' guests at Mr. and Mr. Jones Adams was here for a short time Saturday. Quite u number of the young folks pill in Liberty, there is an iuuneiiso Sipiire Thomas S. Benson, of $200 ADDED TO K. P. Sunday. jimoiint of power set vice to which Sipure Hcnson is regardu drill in position. Miss Miie Wilkinson, of Liberty, attended the picnic at Ilustonville mid South Fork the Fourth. FAIR PREMIUM LIST dectne current would bo put if it ed by all who know lain ns one of Mis. und Miss Swearington, of Rev. J. 0. Livingston filled his re wns here Saturday afternoon. W. J. Moore, of San Francisco, could be obtained in Stanford. tho nblest und most conscientious llarbourville, nnd Mr. E. P. Wesley, gular appointment at Mt. Ziou ou Messrs. A. J. Adnnis, Sam McKin- otfiuals in this pnTt of Kentucky of Middleshoro, nre uuests of Mr. Sunday lust he will ho buck again ney, Mr. and Mrs. John Riffe, mot- Cnl., was in town Wednesday and Best "Old Fashioned Country Fair" Casey county has been strongly nml he is said to be one of the verv nnd Mrs. E. H. Sweeney. bought spmc monumental work from the fourth Sunday. ored to Danville Sunday. In State Now Assured Evcpiillkvii for the past score of best magistrates any county ever Mrs. E. Vnndiver and son, Mr. Mr. and Mrs. Hi unit Drown have Dr. nnd Mrs. W. I. Mooro nnd Harry Jacobs. erybody Coming. hut on one occasion, the dem- had. The I. J. is very proud f tho Avery Stephens left for Lexington been visiting their daughter, Mrs. children und .Mrs. William Stodghill, Delightfully Entertained ocrat caught their opponents iin-- n fai't that Squire P.ensou has been its on Wednesday where they will visit R. E. Elder near Quail. have returned from n most delightDetermined to make tho Fair here Mr. Russell Brown entertained in wares and slipped in u few ol fioi respondent nt Middlebnrg, a he Mrs. Long. Mrs. Flora Thompson and little ful visit to Mr. nnd Mrs. James II. His letOn That occasion Mr. Robert honor of his house party lust Wed- the best "old fashioned country M. I. says, for about lit) jears. nals. Mohlev nnd family sons Wnvio nnd Oppie of Quail, have Woods, of Stanford. fair" that will be held in Kentucky and lmvc moved to Casey county, where been visiting Mr. and Mrs. Win. Sharpo was elected County Judge. ters nre always iiitcrcMim; Mr. Clarence Alstott, of Powers nesday evening nt his beautiful homo this year, tho Board of Directors m tho democratic on lower Main street. Judge eagerly read by everyone. Here's hop-iii- e the first numed has work. ticket. The house Tlioinp-oof this place. Ivy., was hero Monday for a few ihiirje is one of the most popular Miss Pearl party is composed of tho following: held a meeting early in the week, he may vvriU for the I. J. 30 Carpenter and Mrs. Mr. R. A. Smith and family, weio hours. und 'decided to increase the premium men m the county and it's no wonder cars longer, nnd then some. John F. Ronton went to Danville tho guests of Henry PlayforthV Mrs. Luke Carpenter nnd little Misses Ada Wesley, Artio Smith, of list hy the uddition of $200 to the tlmt ho won anything he started r. Liberty, Ella Henry nnd Hnllie Wednesday afternoon on biisieiiss. Sunday. daughter arrived Wednesday from premiums which. had already been He is mi enthusiastic Mr. Foi rest Kelley, of Chatta-noogHelm Entertained Her Friends Mrs. Esther Po.v liter, if lieren, New Custle. Ind., for u visit to Mrs Brown, of Lancaster, 1'earl Fields announced. This additional sura, and Gertrude Wilkinson, of Stanford is visit im; Ins parents Mr. is visiting her brother, A. A. Wren, John Sandidge. iii.in in 'the present rnce for ConMiss Jennie Lawiencc, the pretty gress ,nnd with I.ige Mooie, Charley and popular daughter of Mrs. N. J. and Mrs. W. T. Kelley. Messrs. Clarence Lewis, of Callo- will bo distributed equally among the also her daughter, Mrs. Blue Irvin, Mrs Morfydel E. Evans, of desired rings, and will give the StanMontgomery, Wat Itiown and other Lawrence, entertained about fifty of While Hahy lllackerty, white, nnd of thin place. Washington, arrived Tuesday way, Ivy., Cecil Brown, of Lancas- ford fair a premium list which will leaders in town, nre seeing to it her friends at her pretty country Willie Joiie, colored, were scrapping ter, Howard Holtzelaw nnd J. T. Mr. Josh Harne-.- s and family were for a visit to Miss Orpha Dentin m. compnre fuvorably with any fair of that the congressman's fences ure home, Saturday niuht, in honor of Thursday morning, the latter hit the the guests at John Roger. Sunday. Mr. nnd Mrs. John II. Riffe most Wilkinson, of Stanford. beins Lvlt in fine shajto for tho pri- Mr. Will Dudderar being the twenty-secon- d fonnei in the back of the head with The yard wus beautifully decorat- a town this sire in the state. Misses Ida and Lizzie Smith were delightfully entertained, Dr. and Members of tho locnl lodge, mary. rock, irroduciug n painful though tho guests at Misses Nannie und Mrs. W. I. Moore, Mr. nnd Mrs. A. ed with lanterns and tho house with birthday of the bright young Knights- - of Pv thins, have cone to Out nt Powers Store resides n gentlemnu. The lawn was brighten not ticccssniily vertous' wound. ferns und other flowers. At the Melia Elder, Sunday. J. Adams nnd Mrs. William Stodg. .. v,.v JU311 5j 1MB lUi'ttl l.l democratic wheelhorse, who has ed by Japanese lanterns, which made ...ii suitable hour, the guets were serv- vrnrt tt'illi n, i.tm ,u n..n1. it... 1......I "" .kf Children's Day will ho presented Hagin Poynter started to the hill nt dinner Tuesday evening. and nro meeting- - with encour-3- r. been fighting the party's battles for it more elegant. Everyone enjoyed at Miieoabeo Hall on Friday evening. stole with a hen. She junicd out of ed refreshments in the dining room. tair, Mr. mid Mrs. Robert M..Tute, Dr. lo, these many years. He fir.--t voted the evening and the hours passed off Since there nre nbout seventy-fiv- e Those present were: Miss Mary M. ngement on all sides. Everyone r, ; the basket and tho horse stepped ou O. S. Williams nml Miss Louise wnitirg lor the Stnnford fair, nn for MeCreary for governor in '75. too soon for all. boys nnd girls Inking part in this her head killing her. This wns motored to Danville Saturday. Matheny, Mr. Morrison Bright, Miss nil records for attendance wilt Annie I). MeRoberts, Mr. Jos. Hopand has been hitlini: her straight Those present were: Mioses Wil- woik nnd the program is unusually i great s'urpiise to the hoy. Dr nnd Mrs. W. I. Moore und chil doubtediy be broken. oer since.. He is Frank WolforU lie Hello Hnltzcluw, Dora Hester, elaborate, they should furnish tin Walter Rogers is able to bo out dren visited Danville telntives Thurs- per, Miss Elizabeth Given.", Williiftn Powers, and he was present there Mamie Wilmott, Lillie Wilmotl, Katie Grimes, Miss Marion Grimes, Jame3 entertainment. Rev. Cluis. agajn. day and Friday. CITY WINS. las( .Monday and had a front seat Holtrdaw, Cooper, Miss Clara Cooper, Mr. Will Katie Oooch, Mary E. I owell, of Danville, will on the same Theodore Iliyaut came in from Mrs. William Stodghill left Frin when the joint debate Anderson, Yercio McCarty, Miss Elinbeth Higgins, Hester, Lucilo evening make an address on .Mis. Indianapolis with the small pox day for Chicago with n brief stop nt Mr. Welch In Two Cases Brought to Stop Con- was held. Mr. Powers is an out ami Dudderar, Lena Traylor, Lottie Mae siou. Rochester, Miss Pettus, which entile ns a great shock to the Danville. ,, crete Sidewalk Laying. out Helm man ami will ho found ou Phillip-Mao Dudderar, Lucy WilMr. Howard Nevvlund, Miss Kate people of this community. Little Mi-- s Taylor of Danville, is tho frring line for the Lincoln counD. Raney, Mr. W. O. Martin, Miss mott, Maggie Itaukin Mary Holtz-claGreat Fair At Brodhead This Year. Mrs. Hoskins is very sick ut this tho guest of her sister, Mrs. James All barriers to the completion of ty candidato when primary day Mary Dallou, Praukie I). TrayMary M. Raney, Mr. Juck Nowbern, The Fair Oi winds nt Hrodhend writing. Yowell. Miss Josephine Carpenter, Mr. Clin- Stanford's system of concrete sidelor, Willie, (lorilou Tiaylor, Maggie are lieius irrently improved in view conies. Mrs. Mal(:iiiet Wieu was the guest Dr. Jim Riffe bus leiurued to his Jacob Johnson, precinct commit-teema- n Wilmott, Andeisoii, Alice of the coming event, so trout seems of her Kate ton Colenmn, Miss Lissa Holtr.eluw, walks were removed Monday when home in Cincinnati, after a short father Monday. of the democratic party nt Cooch, Cnrrio Anderson, nnd Ellen to be the iiiterest this year in this Mr. Ilnrris Coleman. Miss Jean Judge C. A. Hardin, sitting ut ? Charlie and Russell Playfoith visit to Mr. and Mis. J. P. Riffe. . Klhsbuig, is nnother democratic Mae lloltrclaw. Messrs. Will Dud- fair and in view or the attractions knocked out two injunc Patrick, Mr. Alfred Peace, Mi-- s Miss have been homo for a slant stay this is tho Elizabeth Phillips, tion suits which had been filed by Icailer, who is an enthusiastic i, derar, ISuich Hester. Silas Anderson, which nre something far beyond the week. Emma HnysMr. S. A. Phillips, Miss J guest of Mrs. William Myers. Duideite, Mr. Hurry Carter, Dr. J. G. Carpenter nnd Mrs. Muttie and put in some strong licks (leorgo Sndduth, Elmer Anderson, iivcrngc. the innnn;cmcnt is prepar-iii- k .Mrs. Russell Wntson is very sick Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Taylor nnd Sallie for the couurc.ssmnu on court day. Itichuid Popples, Raymond Traylor, Miss Mary E. McKinney, Mr. Spald-ir- g Kirby, seeking to restrain the city ' , to care for much larger crowds ve hope to note son of Danville, visited Mr. nnd Mrs. a change sjon. Ho says that it is mighty hard to Edd Hultzclnw, John Raiikiu, Jumes than ever before. . Hill, Miss Kate Ends, Mr. Ul- - council from having concreto pave- Theodore Rogers, who has been C, R. McCormnck Sunday. find a man in his pint of the county Dudderar, Ileniy (looch, John flooch mont Ends, Miss Mamie Singleton, ments laid in front of their resi--- '' The seatinir capneitv of tho beau- sick for some Mrs. Arthur Coleburn nnd little time continues nbout ill vote against Helm. who dences. Judge Hardin in his opinAlbert Scott. Edd Scott, Thomas tiful grove is one attraction in it' son of Cincinnati, visited Mrs. Jas. Mr. Wallace Singleton, Miss Ger- ion, followed u decision of the Court As tho I. J. has often stated, as a Reynolds, Jujiti Spoonnmore, James self, is being greatly enlarged. Two the sumo. trude Wilkinson Clnrf nee Lyvis, Miss Yowell last week. Rev. John Elder will neach ut of Appenls, which held in a simjlari jjeneral thing n great many republi- Wilmott, Yiigil Reynolds, Clarueco enhances to the .rounds will be n Messrs. Shelton Snufley, Hnrvey Gruco Fields, Mr. Marion Fields, case, that tho city council has full $t4t cans always vote for Harvey Helm, Boone, Claieiice Diiddctnr, Shirley fen tnro of iidvnntnge this season, Mt. Ziou ou Sunday next which is Miss Anna Chancellor, Mr. Stavui't Helm and Jeiry Sullivnn vvero here the for they appreciate the good work lloltrclaw, Mr. Lanier, Albeit Phil- and ii'iiny other improvements. There will first Sunday, uNo R. It. Elder for a shoit time Monday. Cnrson, Misses Kuto Anderson und authority in municipal a f fairs of thw '. ,, he present to conduct the sing1ic is doing. It looks like the state lips and Will Oooch". Willie G. Traylor, Miss Penil Fields, sort, and its judgment ns to wbt ,', ?-is no doubt but vvhnt this will be u Mr. Iloyd Weatherford has re- ing. We hope to sco u large crowd kind of sidewnlks, and what is best V of affairs is uoiug to continue in dent fair for Rockcastle county. urned from u visit to LouLsvillo Mr. Howard Holtclaw, Miss Artie for tho community is final. out. A Feature of the Institute. Casey. James Lane, n well known Smith, Mr. J. T. Wilkiusirti, Miss "- People aio about done cutting friends. VJ 1 A very plcn-irepublican leader of tho Ellislmrg featuie oT the Mammoth Cave. Isa Floyd, .Mr. T. K. Tudor, Miss Mis. George McKinney desires to wheat here. Popular Telephone Man Hero section of Cusey, says that ho is teachers' institute work this week, Bessio Phillips, Mr. Oppie Brown, Lincoln county's trip to Mamexpress her thanks to those who so going to enst his first democratic was tin address delivered Thursday Miss Frnnkie D. Trn.vlor, Mr. Silus J. A. Sullivnn, district manager moth Cavo will bo July 17th. Tho kindly ministered to her husband in Tho heavyweight championship vote this fall, and takes great pride afternoon by Prof W. M. Martin, Anderson, Miss Marrietta Wallace, tho Cuinbeilnnd Telephone Company louiid railroad faro from illness, nnd fight ut Mexico it tho fnt't that it is going to bo foi' htato organizer of tho Fanners' stations,trip$4.3o. All expenses all Thursday Las Vegns, Nowpolieo in his shown Ihem tho many kindness- Mr, Albert Phillips Miss Ada Wes-le- was bero Wednesday from LexM nt es in their bereavewas slopped by Harvey Helm. Mr. Lane is out Cnious, who spoke upon ''The Wonton, driving over from Danville, a Mr. Russell Brown. Cavo hotel .jS.SO for two daya trip. tho ninth round. ment. Hopelessly working for Helm, nnd wiyn ho ders of the lluiniin Roily." compnnied by Locnl Manager H. Prof. Tho latter umouut includes your Mrs. Susan Siblee, of Louisville, Jim Flinu resulted to foul "knows a number of other members Mm tin is n brilliant ami versatile Mrs. M. A. McLaughlin. 312 Juy vvray. iv. Millivau litis. 32 . hoard nt Cave Hotel and the sover-- tactics as (he only apparent menus is tho guest of Mrs. W. O. Speed. sif tho same party who nro going to man, and u lingo audience gathered St.. LaCross, Wis., writes that she changes in his jurisdiction m routes through tho C'nro, making of 'tempering u merciless heating suffered nil kinds of pains in her new territory which bus. jusi.Ji lie found voting ns ho does on this ut the court house to hear hitn. tho total expense for tlio two days Hint hud continued from tho first Help to Keep Down Expenses tuck and hips on account of kidney niranged, and everyone who proposition. Tho teachers adjourned on Fiulay outing $9.85. Limit ou tickets 10 round. The decision wns awarded "I got him feels that tho company Mrs. J. E. Henry, Akron, Mich., trouble and rheumatism, Down in tho Phil country, tho afternoon, ufter a week of interestdays going on regular moruitig Irani ut-fser.timont w practically nil for Har- ing nnd instructive work. Supt. J. 4:10 A. M. Write or pUone.L. & N. to Jack Johnson, tho unbeaten ne- tells how she did so: "I was both sonle of Foley Kidney Pills and taking them for a few days there not havo selected anyone bftttec, gro. Tho decision in tho tight for ered with my kidneys nnd had to go vey Helm, nonet-dinto reports mndo W. Irelund, of the Slnnford schools, Agent. ted lor the work. Reporta a wonderful change in my of double. I tho lightweight championship at nearly Kidnev Pillstned a sample me wns tho pain entirely left my case, heard that u new udjustmetit, w! 1y W. M. Mnrples, n leading dem- who has been conducting the instiback Foley for nnd they did f given to Wolgast, at miinli fvAnfl Mint T liAnrrlit n It.iHIo oud hips and I am thankful ocrat of that section, who talked tute at Richmond this 'week, came tliere is urtions in tins section is, seo Mrs. J, W. Acey went to Lancas- Los Angeles was Moxi-nn- d with the I. J.. representative Mon- homo on tire Fourth to mingle with ter Tuesday to soo her parents Mr. but it looked as if Rivow, the fee, thnt tiey j. me biJ such a medicine as Foley Kidney ninile, but nothing definite ku can boy, was robbed. Pills." Shugars and Tanner. day. James R. Lane, Jr., precinct the Lincoln teachers in session here. and Mrs. Hughes. dcttirmiuod upon as yet. doctor's bill. Shugars and Tanner. A I' l CASEY COUNTY LEADERS jWhfii ul ;:i g, - onto-mobil- es 4m g, w nt i' :j . ...... life-lon- iu J , Mid-illchu- ye-ir- s n, 'i nf-te- n, Spo-knn- p, -- f 'J Holm-Sullivu- ' sup-porte- .lJ y, nl or 51-3v- v. wv'ii'i"''-iiiit''t'ii,-)- t jen''n'i THE INTERIRR JUHHJAL ITAWfWt, KENTUCKY FBWAY. JULY I. 1112 ySenyou gather your Harvest The Interior Journal M. BAUFLET- 8J1ELTOH 1 - rrcptltot IN ADVANCE Stanford A TEAR STRICTLY Snltrtd at ihi oteond tlaf mail rtnllf st m(fr. si aaaaaMaaBjBjHBjlBjHBJBjBBjHIJl, I ''dSBlBI DEMOCRATIC TICKET WILSON Summer Clothes TfE are showing today are not only the beat tailoring, the best fabric, the beet fitting, but they are the BEST FEELING garment a man can make. cummer weight suit we , Fer President: AVOODROW For Vice President TIIOS. R. MARSHALL Petltical Announcements The ennosneements In Ihli column art ol r.nrfMit.i for oltier. ioWct to tbs attion ef the demotratle primary l For Cent"" COL. i. T. CHI.NN, ef Mercer SULLIVAN, of Madlon J. A. HARVEY 11 ELM, of Lincoln For CommenyrteltK't Altorfiey EMMETT rUKTTEAK, of Bot1 W. B. BUKCH, of Lincoln M. S. DAU0H51AN B. W. GIVEN8 ffi? ia" -- DO NOT hone with you. Thar WBx&um s. in this bank take your harvest m u B i - money money of ThefU of tor S&er. i. O. VTEATHERFOnD. T. J. HILL What would k Beaa to you to have heat tad dirt baiaithed from your kitctaa this summer to be free from the blaziag from vim aad soot? raage, free When a New Perfection Comes In, at ;the 'Door, Heat and Dirt flyuut at the Window.' Thla Stova aaveallmal It aavea Labor t . aiaWBBa&WaaaaaaaaaaBaaaaaa It aavea Fuel It aavea YOU m, wk hag. wiliil. tar TU Mohair Suitst A perfect hot weather coat, light in weight; the coolest of all fabrics from which men's clothes are made. I Mb.kk1.2uJ 2- ' arc Thousand 1 money every year that is vest money in this bank Start an account like al successes in this world. kept in this way. Put your harWithdraw it when you please. the other farmers who have made Commence today here. Capital $50,000. STATE BANK & TRUST CO., Ky. Stanford, W. L. HeCARTY, Free. M. B. SALIII, CasMer. J. D. EMS, 8. ALRERT PHILLIPS, A-- Ct 1. A. KICE U. F. NORTH For Circuit Clef J. D. WEAREN J. F. HOLPAM. W. M. DONCAN For , pp.TTOK PARRISH OEOROE DEBORDE DINK FARMER WILLIAM H. HEdTER W. A. CARSON Tor J.tftor P. L. BECK. lm B. M. OWENS K H. BRONAUOU P. 0. SANDIDOE J. H. BOONE W. T. GARNER For Macittnlt In Stanford HagUttriol Mritt: 3. T. R0BERT8 WILLIAM FIELDS J. D. EAD8 JOSEPH L. GOODE Sul)tct t Rtfvtlhan primary U Crab fer County Juift 'Jfcw Jcfcrlcci omtmwwwwwtnw lOuCodav stove k Li rarf aa raaek aad m Stiilisb, Serviceable, Dftssij CAN MORE BE SAID? We show them in coats and trousers, perfectly tailored at u ubKioo,Wjiinlwa care Am. ml rackk tt. An ikaWn carrr Pfrhctm Sunt, trm Cost Boot wan trrrrMxa. Caaa EllL .L. mmm la MM.. traaaf J uau k ttnm aaut. iMc ni UMwAwwalMta - ' f" 'If Vdi iU Haw TWartw. Oth. A Ntw PerfeetMa Sm. ia the moat conks coobat detiee oo tin market. n,toa,ror STAND ARDOIL COMPANX waUaaiiai.4Ajlaaa.CallrJaafciai, AlaiaaJaiaaiaimi.ria. $15, $17.50 and $20 and how goad they are. In suits we can fadeless color Blue Serge at an all-wo- ol, Bowels are Basis of Child Health pf. vMAtfcA. hn wittrha cloacly the phyalcal peculiarities of her cnuarcn, win aooa uiacuvcr u.v i.i moat important thins In connection with to keep a chlld'a conatant rood health laSlucglah the bowela regularly open. bowela will be followed by loaa of appetite, reetleaaneaa durlns aleep. Irritability and a doien and one almllar evl dcnici of physical disorder. At the flrat algn of auch disorder give the child a teaapoonful of Dr. Caldwell's Svrup Pepsin at night on retiring and repeat the dose the following night If neceasary more than that will scarcely be needed. Tou will nnd that the child will recover Its accuetomtd good spirits at once and will eat and sleep normally. This remedy la a vaat Improvement over salts, cathartics, laiatUe watera and almllar things, which are altogether -- are Blue Sergjest Everybody knows what they you show Orchard ilagittinai dutriet. W. B. BILLION JOHN KENNEDY Manufacturers' Cost Our Sale is better than ever before. Prices on everything lower than cost of raw mate- -' rial. We have to make room. Positively everything goes. Come early and get the choice. SAM ROBINSON, Kentucky Stanford, COLORS GUARANTEED FAST ' TAirrrSJB iRFASTl ij S&l m m w. YftiM H.,'.JS s& LHftTI t Democratic convention at Baltimore in the selection of its candidates and in the adoption of a plntfonn, has given the party the strongest possible candidates, and in no uncertain tone has sounded a f genuine democratic enunciation principles that insures a sweeping livnn, nnd to turn him down cold, victory in November. after he had been given to underThe Interior Journal is pleased he himself announced in both in the candi- stand, a beyond measure his pape, that he would be named dates and in the platform. Resident Eecretnry, smacks considThorn ia now nothinc further to (ranks of erably of ingratitude, to say the cause dissension ir the least. Democracy, all the wings ot the parand out bottle cry, ty are together We'll win with Wilson, is a catchy "We will win with Wilson." sweetest harmony is only slogan, nnd it looks like we will. But as will add accentuated by the introduction of Gov. Marshall, of Indiana, discord, true to his malevolent dis tremendous strength to the ticket. )f Michigan, a strong position Henry Watterson in the Gov. Osborne, Journal, editorially says; republican, says there is no occasion Courier progressive republicans to In a contest between three tickets for the ticket in the field, headed respectively by Taft, Roose- put a third every republican of pro- that Courier Jour-nn- l, velt and the Devil, the trressive ideas ought to vote for being a daily newspaper and Wilson. unable to take to the woods, would Woodrow perforce be obliged to support his "Original Wilson men" are spring Satanic Majesty. Vc Bryan, ing up eerywhere just now. W. J. He characterizes into the band wagon; who made the victory possible as welcome all the "embodiment of prosperous hy- the muiic is fine. pocrisy and successful malice" but WOMEN'S HAIR "approves says the Courier-Journat least the platform and will sup- Easy to Make It Soft Luxuriant and port the ticket." Radiant. Poor old man, made bitter by defeat. Poor old man, the possessor Many women have hair so dull of giant intellect, but of inordinate and faded that it is actually repuland laughable vanity. Bitter in his sive. These women have probably never denunciation of those whom be can't SAGE the inand venomous to the last heard of PARISIAN control bethink vigorating hair dressing that is degree toward all who do not ing used by thousands of refined as he does and who refuses to women throughout America. change opinions as often ns be nnur rmir is fullillL' or thin OT changes. Let Watterson ana xne faded or lifeless; you have dandruff rmirior-.Tnurnhonestlv fly the or itching scalp; if your nair is noi black flag instead of the hypocriti 'as fascinating as you would like to cal declaration of support. JNo man have it, go to G. L. Penny's .this has the right to stand on the line erv day, ask for a fifty cent bottle SAGE nnd stnrt at of battle whose whole heart, mind of PARISIAN your hair perfect and do and to once to make and boul is not resolved to f the battle even glorious. SAGE is guaranteed die lor the success PARISIAN The evil is we are to wage. to give satisfaction, or moDey back. for brave men nnd true. There is no Girl with Auburn bair on eery carplace in the line for any man with ton. For sale by Penny and drug-gis- ts everywhere. desire for defeat in his breast. The al nl with Dr. Caldwell's Syrup Pepsin, and with them, aa with thouaanda of others, there Is no substitute for this grand laxatHe. It la really more than a laxative, for It contains superior tonic properties which help to tone and strengthen the stomach, liver and bowels so that after a brief use of It all laxatives can be dispensed with and nature will do Its own work. Anyone wishing to make a trial of this remedy before buying It In the regular way of a druggist at fifty cents or one dollar a large bottle (family site) can a sample bottle sent to the hae of charge by limply addressinghome Dr. free 0& Waahlneton W. n. Caldwell, St. name anu uurc MonilC'llo. in, jour on a postal card will do. Mrs. Carrie McDonald. 10J Trigg Ave, Memphis, Term., and Mrs. Sallle E. Griffith. Veechdale, Ky. are always supplied too powerful for a child. The homes ot $10, $15, $20 and $25. we Tans and Grays t In these we feelTheyhave are something better than you usually see. simply elegant at $20 to $35. Ifyoiwait if be WtteresseuayoviflAfr k far ytc r fned, we cai h i joooooooooooooooooo H. J. NcROBERTS Stanford, Kentucky R. L. Elkin, secretary of the Lan fair, was here Wednesday advertising the exhibition which will be held the lntter part of this month. When the bunch of Onrrnrd county live wires takes hold of anything it generally "goes" and they are boosting the fair for all they are worth. caster DEPOSIT RANK OF STANFORD, chartered March 9, 1854. National His Landlady's Advice Probably Saved His Life I feel that Dr. Kilmer's Swamp-RoI inherited saved my life. weak kidneys. The discharge wns so frequent and painful that I would have to stay in bed to obtain temporary relief. I consulted good physicians but the results were disappointing. My landlady advised me as the last reto try Swamp-Rosort, "which I did and I was quiddy relieved. I continued taking Swamp-Ronnd rny weight has increased fifty pounds. My health is of the best nnd I have told many others about and have Dr. Kilraerb's Swamp-Rodone a lot of good in this way. Your wonderfnl medicine is of great value to mankind. Yours very truly, J. H. BRUXBY, Pawtucket, R. I. 835 Main St. The above statement made before me 1 declare to be truthful in every Thomas Marsden, detail. Notary Public. 1 Letter to ot ot ot ot It's successsr: Rank ef Stanford, organized June Recefnlzed as 2, 1865. First National Bank 0CT0RER 3, 1882. This Rank has been In successful and uninterrupted operation for 58 years, and Is worthy of the confidence of of the public. Open an account with us today. To Whom It May concern I S Dr. Kilmer L Co.. WIH Do Bing-hnmtn- n. Binghamton, N. Y. Prove What Swamp-Beet For You. Send to Dr. Kilmer (c Co., N. Y.. for samnle bottle. It will convince anyone. You will also receive a booklet of valuable information, telling all about the kidneys nnd bladder. When writing, be sure to mention the Stanford Interio.r Journal, Semi-Weekl- y. to put a Detroit Vapor Oil Stove up tor me, ana i nave put u 10 milium every test and can say it has given en tire satisfaction in every respect. MRS. J. M. CARTER, JR. On June the first, I had Mr. Hig-gi- ns i I : : : W.H.Higgins Stanford, Ky. ' "JUST THINK OF ITi" ' kliriTod lL adraatacM artr othar saatfaacs. aaa ba mw Uka aay carp, at a, STflaSfrr ILL 1 "T k & aUc " UiaiaWa4 aa tJl- - .luaw vail !!7i5raV. SANDERS, , . . Why aai toJay? Crab Orchard, Ky. Jrr , .......A-.MUMJ There roust be another "broken pledge" out somewhere. Owen of the Danville Advocate announced over his own bignnture that he had been promised the pince of Resident Secretnry if Judge Sullivan should be elected to congress. At Liberty Monday Judge fiullivan snid in his speech that he positively had not promised nny job to anyone. There must be a screw loos some where. We protest agninst any repudiation of the claims ot our friend Mclntyre, who has been working long and faithfully for the nomination of his candidate, nnd decerns some reward. Few newspaper men have ever cared to go to the doubtful extremes in advocacy of a candidate's claims that Mao has folSul- lowed in bis boosting of Judge e, WISDOM. A WOitfAJS'S up to hear ber baby's hesvy mother wakes hreath!aJ litUa The worried want couth perhaps the croup or wboopinf coufh. She does not Finallyto send tor the tM thinks of doctor when perhsps the trouble does not amount to much. by that medical book her father ave her, The Common Sense Medical Adviter,with U the matter R. V. Pierce. M. D. She says " juit the thin, to find out what to one -athe little dear." Two million households in this country own bindingnd it good A be hsd for only 31c. in stamps 1,000 pect in splendid cloth family adviser In any emergency. It is for titktr sts. This Is what many women write Dr. Pierce-- In reipect to bis " Favorite Prescription," a remedy which baa made thousands of melancholy and miserable women cheerful and happy, by cunnj the painful womanly discsses which undermine a woman health and Mrcnttb. . .1 i i. . .La .. ItnAa in W vr.ii Lnnv what wns. your valuablo mwllclno lias done for ino," wrlfc-MAitoAnET Zueubiit, of 833 S. llentalon btreet, Baltimore, 1 was a very lick lid. "llefore the storck came to ourhouw kindly given ana woman. 1 wrote you for advice which was , wiiica mime niu o I .began zfv taking the nrt bottle of 'Favorite Prescription'condition. Improving so that I hardly knew 1 was In such a H? g, JT I did my own houswrk wnshlng and Ironing, " -tuiTO w sewing, ana ino winn "i on whooping cough. 1 lianllv knew of the advent Um minutes eay whs It. The baby It us fat as a butter-balmedicine Favorite Prescription U the Ir. Pierce's to tal u when m this cot.iit.viu bent recosueed for It 1 any woman Km. Zumbt and Bass. to all Biy friends." s A Substantial Surplus statement of this bank at the last call of the troller showed a surplus of comp- a. TT uiuti. . This large sum is made up of earnings which bare been left intact, in order to add to the financial strength of the Bank, and further guarantee the eafety of depositors. This is a SAFE bank to intrust your funds. $100,100 yflrrV rJ iiuri ,.... coo-in- Lincoln County National Bank Corner Next to Courthouse. l. Stanford, liy. mmwmammtntm ...j. ytmiWHfmtWIi!' !JbJ Mr THE INTtBrlB JWMIAL, JTANFtM. tterlff's Uk KCNTUCK1 FBIMV. JULY I. HI 2, ' mDmmmmm an . 6c Remedy Aa kftAA People's Stock f MaraaJaaJ HwWrJti MWlnMv ra (luulr La jtw Riff mif drefH in Muff CvMlnfVi Ml People's Poultry Remedy KST Ea Prottcw M4 MtMtt PrmaWlit. Ertry peek- 1(1 01 iM HMI nMMfnS MM M I, Pkmri! fctrmtee, nicks, by tHTMtMl Hm Mr. John Land has been paying nit nvornffo of $3 for veals, 0 l-fur Julv Inrabs and 7c for boss. Mr. J. J. Moier hm retired from farm llfo and wilt move to town. Ho bought tlio general merchandise store nnd conl ynnl from McCluro & Weddle. He wilt bandlo a full lino of goods nnd coal. Mm. Adkhu, who died instantly at her home nt Somerset was brought hero Thursday on tho train nnd wns tukcit to McContwck for burial. Mr. Cnslt Myers has received n enr lend of tut cans nnd will ho ready for canning. . 1119 Maggie Holmes Snow, pw vwrrfl. Kfrg. Mr. nnd Mrs. Shndoan and Mr. and Mrs. Ben Compton, went to the ball game at Cincinnati last week. Mrs. Joe Spears, of Kicholasville, lins been the guest of Mr. 0. Spcnrs, Mis Sara Itichnrdsoii, of Junction City, has been waiting nt this plncf, Mri. Joo Cox and two children haVo been tlio guests of Mrs. 0. D. J. H. Hutchlngs Dead pt Sricnco Hill, is Mis Mtitijr her cousin, George H. Farris Stanford, Ky. J, C, McCIary av'BtssBBtsssm Mis Adelaid McAlister, of Lexington, ii (lie guest of Sire. B. IS. Kinr. . Mi Mary Cohliron has returned from Hereu school. Mrs. Urwin and two children from Somerset nro visilinir Miss Hazel binzleton. Mr. Uavo Sliuttlo 'nnd fton of Cincinnati, is visiting relative hero. Mr. Willie lister, of Liberty, is N ititing Hurl Hell. Mrs. Itrynnt nnd ilaughlcr, of Louisulle, nro uniting Mr. nnd Mrs. Tom King. Annie Snow Itoynoldu. Mih Myitlo Jones, of is the guest o Hnrrods-burShew-makc- g. Onetn r. B ivwmImIi Is Ilev. W. V. Wilkinson, of Lexington, is viitiug relatives here. Mi-s- . J. 1'. Simmons, will leave for n week's xtuv in Cincinnati, Sunday. Mr. and .Mrs. Hoy MvClure, of Somerset, bns been visiting Mr. C. K. Mrt'lure. 5:15 o'clock this morning after an weeks. Until n short- - time nso he wns on duty at CurlcyV Distillery at Camp Nelson. While engaged nt bis work ho fell nnd wns pninfully injured nlthnugh wero not considered his injuries serious. lie wns hroueht to bis whero ncuto bone in Dnnvillo tirfglit'n disenso developed, resulting in bis death. lie was about sixty oors of nco nnd had been n resident of Boyle county most of his life. Tor several ears ho refilled at Crnb Orchard in Lincoln countj. Tor a long time be had 'been n devoted member of the Baptist church. Until two years jigo Mr. Hatchings bad been a resident o the Hcdgcvi'lc section, .rhen nis family moved to this city. He nnd n wide circle of friends who held hint in the highest esteem. The funcrnl will bo held at tho family rexidenen afternoon at 3:'tfi o'olneV nnd will bn conducted l.y Dr. C'ccd V. Cook, his pastor. Deceased is sunived bv hi wife, and. olio son, Mr. Harold Hutchings. Mr. J. II. HutchingH died at bis Into homo vm West Main street nt (Danville Advocate.) illnes lusting nbntit six he-an- UNDIRTAKIR AND IMIALMM STANFORD KENTUCKY. Office Phone 167. Home Phone 35. FIRE INSURANCE and SURETY BONDS E. M. NEWLAHD STANFORD, KY. KICKS CHILD OFF TRACK Enfllnttr Rum Out on Pilot and Save Llttlt On Jutt In Tlmt. Olenwood, Minn. While running his entrain out ot Dent, W. A. Deerd-le- r, gineer on frlelght No. 71, saw what emed to bo a blue parcel lying between the 'rails about twenty car lengths ahead. But It turned out to bo a child, who arose and sat down on one of the rails. The emergency brake was applied, but It was Impossible to stop In time. Beardsley ran out on the pilot. Intending to pick the By virtuo of Execution Number 541, Venditioni Exponas 045 directed to me, which, issued from n tbo Clerk's Offico of tho Circuit Court, in favor of A. B. Miracle, against Robert Rob-bin- s, I, or ono of my deputies, will on Monday, tho 8th dav of Julv '1012, between tho hours of ono o' clock 1. M. nnd two o clock P. M. at tho court house door in Stanford County of Lincoin, Ky., cxposo to publio sola to the highest bidder, tho following twoperty (or ' so much thereof as may satisfy tho amount of the Plaintiff's debt, interest, and costs,) A tract of land in Lincoln county, Kentucky, levied on by tho sheriff of Lincoln county on October 13t!i 1010 belonging to tbo dcfcndunl Robert Robbing, nnd bounded thus: On tho north by (ho lands of Mrs. M. D. Johnson, on tho East by tho lauds of C. Dcnham, on tho South by tho lands of Coleman Johnson, nnd on tho West by tho lands of J. II. Wilder. This levy was made subject to vendor's lieu in favor of J. II. Scarbrougb, for ($100) ono hundred dollars, us shown in deed book 45, pago 3. Tlso subject to a mort-gng- o with fi of (rn) fifty per cent interest from February 24, 1010 in favor of Mrs. M. D. Johnson, which is recorded in mortgngo book N. page 182. This levy was made October 18th, 101C The amount of this execution to satisfy A. B. Miracle, is $143.00 with interest at 0 per cent from 10th November, 1007 and tho cnfch expended $5.70. levied upon ns the of Robert Robbins, TERMS: Sale will bo made on n credit of (3) three months, bond with approved security required, bearing interest nt the rato of 0 per cent per annum from day of sale, nnd having the force nnd effect of n sale bond, this 20Ui day of June W. L. Mccarty. 1012. 50-3- f Sheriff Xincoln County Court Liu-coito-w- it: dlnr, pto-pcr- ty A IraiHl 0M Man -At the recent meeting of the General Assembly of tbo Presbyterian church a signal honor was conferred f ?H ' upon lev, Joseph Hopper, tho vete- I ran evangelist of Porryvillc, says tho Hnrrodsvillo Herald. "Undo Joo" HL'-'iBLHBBBns ho is lovingly called, is eighty-seve- n BSSEaiBiBBBKBBBBBBBBl jeurs old, is known fur and wido over (ho Stato ns being usually Hb man or his remedies arc betle successful in winning souls to Christ. Ho is a man of the ranks, a known in LiflCftffl and adjoin tog plain unpretentious Christian, who i counties than Dakota Jack. His lif docs tho Master's work humbly V of years' experience ns a cow boj; and earnestly. Ho went to Louis on tho north western plains, and life villo to attend tho General Assembly ns an onlooker. At tho meeting nmong tho Indians, when COW fctyf wero noted cvnngelists from nil over wero nnd had to bo men of OSfcTlffy the United States, men of learning, gnvn him truo experience of RMlf with tho golden who wero gifted and Herbs when this was y. tongues of oratory. They were on DAKOTA JACK. remedy life depended on. the program to tell tbo Assembly " (J. J. Purrsley.) their methods of evangelistie work finnnd gave somo interesting nnd A 45-Da- ys Treatamt. ? ' Ml A) ished tnlks. Rev. M. V. P. Yeamnn Only costs you $1.00 . For rhe nmntism, Blood, Liver, Kidneys, and ' Mid "Uncle Joe," the oldest introduced evangelist present, and suggested Female diseases, is a wonder, and has proven so, people right here tes"L"SKbw tlmt be should tell tho Assembly the tify to this. methods he used iu winning people to Christianity. Tho old man, bent with HbB years, bis stnff in hand mounted the has made bis namo famous over se vcral states. Stops pain and takes riitutu, mid in I lie iluM; Imuue out soreness, immediately. Has enr ed hundreds ot casos of deafness. which is nil ho knows ho (old the men Price 25 cents per bottle. ot lenrning his way of winning souls, .MM which wns to preach the ''simple gospel" os he understood it. His 10 cents, 3 enkes 23 cents, nuf sed. All thco remedies on salo at Shu-ga- rs tnlk wns short, ns ho finished every and Tanner's Drug store, or sent prepaid on receipt of regular kJLA voluntarily prico it addressed to man in (ho nudicnce arose to his feet, without n suggestion being made, nnd stood in respect until "Uncle Joe" stepped down from the platform and took bis sent. He was the only man on whom such a siennl honor was conferred during :rt i"T the meeting. Jtsw- - i Hum. The First Man WL 'bbbvw; Ever Sold INDIAN Remedies in Ky. hlW 'bSbMl; U x; T tha-oal- Wi Pursley Indian Herbs, Dakota Jack's Cow Boy Linament Creme Soap for the Scalp and Skin J. J. Pursley, Lancaster, Ky., Home Office.- Bed Room Suites Odd Dressers Odd Beds Odd Wash Stands Springs, Mattresses Dining Tables Parlor Tables Rockers, Ctfairs Wall Paper Carpets Mattings Rugs Druggets, Lace Curtains Shades, Pictures Trunks, Se wing Machines W. A. Tribble S Kick Saves Child, ns tele-nhonc child up. He reached tho pilot too lot, but had to extend his root and the child off the rail and dowa AIR. FARMER : Mate vonr home ns modern for vour family as n nice kick rcsiJei.ce. nnd nlnce vouiVelf in u uoition to cet tho latest market auotn-.tio- the embankment. stopped, the child The train waa at nnv time. Tins cun be accomplished bv means of our tcleDhono service which vou nnd vour neighbors rnn cct for a sum that is small com-oar- picked up and brought back to the howaa summoned, with the bent-fi-t received. Call or nddress our nearest office or tel at Dent. A doctor writo direct to headauurters. Nashville. Tenu.. for information reeardine aad It wa found that the child was Unhurt except that It had a bruise our su?einl "runnels Line" late. If vou arc not nt nrcscnt eniovini service, we can immediately interest vou. Our lines cover the States Where the eagtoeer'a aboe had struck V)f Kentackv. Tennessee. Mississippi. Louisiana and tho Southern nortion 1U CUMBERLAND TEL. & TEL. CO. of Indiana nnd Illinois. RURAL TELEPHONES. Charlie Whitemoon, the Cowboy Herbalist. Whose wonderful Roof & Ilerb medicines have been making such wonderful cures for years past in Kentucky, extends greetings to the readers oThe interior Journal, through the courtesy & splendid rates off by its editor. The namo of my great universal remedy, is COM--CEL--SA- R. r-- od County Fafrs. The season of county fairs is nnd as usual, there will he many such exhibitions in Kentucky. An agricultural paper not Miss Virginia Sherron, nged 10 long ago defined the fair ns "nn exvenrs died nt her home nt Mt. He- hibit prepared by n community for bron after ninny months of suffer- the purpose of advertisement and ing. Sho had recently submitted to for tlio education nnd attraction of nn oDeratioti but it could not avert the public," and the definition is a A father, mother good one. the inevitable. and brother survive. The county fair is of importance to tbo farmers. Naturally upright it should bo faithfully representative For Snle. Two fino propianos; will sell nt a sacrifice, and of the county's agricultural ono player piano. Addtess B. C. ducts. It it hue, however, that snch Fulton, coto Jntaridr Journal of- is not always the case, and that t. fice, Slnnford, Ky. some fairs make a scanty showing Evidently many in thin lespect. furmero do not appreciate tbo fact that a display of products is a good advertisement for the farmer us well ns for the county in general. The premiums that are offered are not alvvnyb sufficiently Iurgo to be of great attraction in themselves, but the farmer who raises fino stock and neglects the fair as a means of makAND UNDERTAKERS ing tho public acquainted with his AL80 DEALMATER IN FURNITURE, accomplishments in that line is overTINGS, RUGS. THEY WILL looking u splendid advertising opFURNITURE EXCHANGE portunity. Tho same may bo said FOR ALL KINDS OF STOCK. with regard to tho irroducts of tho A CALL. PRICE OIVE THEM soil. It lequires home time and trouble to prepare nu exhibit for the fair but tho farmer who does so will not have Inboicd in vain, even though ho may not faro very well when the Csunty Survsyar blue and red ribbons are distrili'itf 1. He, nt Ienst, has advertised his Farm Surveying General "goods" and has advertised himself 52-6Phone 172, Stanford. Ky. n .( progressive citizen. livery farmer who has the eneiW and tho ambition to get alonz in the SPRING SUITING vvoild should with tlioe My new spring and summer sam- who nro Inboring to make a success ples are uow ready for your inspec- of his. county fair. It will pay him tion. They comprise the best on to do &o, for advertising pays iii things. A fair the market. I can suit anyone as to forming as iu other to is not alone of value the immediprice who had bis clothes made to ate locality where it is held. It A suit made to your measure helps .business, of course, nt tliio order. is preferable to ready made clothes. county seat or the place of its To have them made to measure but it nlo helps the whMe doesn't cost any more than ready county, nnd tho influence of a first-dofair, extends even beyond made when quality and fit is considered. Come in and let me take county boundaries. For that reason the fair should bo representative, ti your measure. tne end that 'he best results mat be H. C. Rupley, The Practical Tailor. lutnined from its advertising value. a ?SANET,Y u s.w rutftrr i xrZ2mkfc iiBTi' i il2Jub lir-- ie .cu rm. I Sanety -- v JbbHISIbb IBku? wl Jars r ' nt HBHBsBBr 2& - AJVAbbMBbw 1 Sanicap Tops' M "t you. 4C-3- J.L.Beazley&Co Please try this jar. It will meet your approval. Extra witle mouth and sanitary. Ifjour grocer has none in stock, insist on his getting them old-style for Mason Also, ask for Sanicap Top for your They are cleaner and more sanitary. jars. . Your Grocer Can Get These Jars Thro' Curry, Brown & Snyder, Lex. E. D. Pennington, HONESTLY It's tk Best Polity if written by FISH & BROMLEY The Insurance Specialists Stanford, Kentucky ss Promptly Because They Pay JlOOc on the Dollar (Legal Rates -- , rtT 77Tk7 composed of 10 Roots & Herbs. It i an ideal spring & fall tonic, stomach, liver, kidney, bladder & blood remedy. is a body & nerve builder of great merit & should be used both spring & fall for putting tbo blood & general system in fine condition to meet the necessary changes taking place at those seasons. is sold at all drug stores, tho' some times, you find a druggist who for some reason will not handle my remedies. In that case, I will, on receipt of tbo price seud it postage paid any plnco on earth. of packIKbbbbbbbbbBjbKVvbbIVL.wL ar ed & backed by a legal guarantee that gets back your dollar if kBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBalV'UfBBBBt. fails to do what you buy it for. Call for also for Science Sope which is nmd0 of pure vegetable oils Charlie White-Moan- 's for Human skin Only, 10c a bar, 3 for 125a & money back if you don't happen to like it. Mv years of experience as a cowboy & among tho Indians, give me a peculiar fitness & knowledge of the vnluo of Roots & Herbs as medicines, & I would like to 6end every reader of this paper & any friends of yours, n copy of the greatest book of its kind ever published, entitlIt is filled with startling facts obtainablo no placo else, & costs you nothing ed, "The Cewboy Herbalist". but a post card, & if you want a fine calendar, say so & I will mail you one for 1012, lithographed in five colors, a fine likeness of myself, entitled "Ready for tho round-upAll letters cheerfully answered, information given relative to Roots ft Herbs as medicines. Cntholia or Trotestant, Read Yeur ilWe Erekinl 47:rJ. tcciesinstes 3u: u, id, iu, jy uiso cuapter aa; 4, u, v, rsaim iuo:n. write 15. St. Paul to the Romans, 14:2. Wisdom or. tsoiomon hu.m. uevcinnons these verses down, then read them. The Bible says "Physician Heal Thyself" & so, if modern doctors with mercury & other poisons can't heal Ibemselves, what chances havg Ywi to be curedt Yours for a long, clean, healthy & successful life. W. IrMrtway, LwljvHIe, Ky. CHARLIE WHITE-MOOIf you write for information, book or calendar.address Dept. 7. CBffl-Cel-S- ar CoiTl-Cel'S- ar Cwn-Cei-Sa- rls Cem-Cel-SCwtl-Cel-S". N, Mr. Rusell Brown is delightfully entertaining a number of his friends tit n house party this week at bis beautiful home on lower Main. Thoi-present are: Miss Ada Weslev nnd Artie OSmith. of Liberty, Misses before 'you buy your material at Kiln Henry and Ilnllic Brown, of Lnnraster, Mr. Clarence Lewis, of least. RR0S., Stanford, Ky. Cnllnwny, Ky.. Mr. How art! Holtx- PHILLIPS clnvv and Pearl Fields of this etty. in position to do all kinds of concreting, such as Block Work, Pavements, and in fact, we can make anything from a house down to a fence post. Call and get our prices We CONCRETING 3 Perfection Headache Cure tThe best preparation for headaeh is made bv your Druwlst are e PENNY Local Leghorns Lavlnn Well Poultry fanciera here are watching with interest the work of A. C. AlfordV Leghoins in the egg Iny. ing contest near Frankfort. They are still in second pluco nnd keeping above tho nverngo every week. Mr. Alf'ord expects some fine laying fiom now on, nnd belioves 'that be has a good chance to win the handThe Buff some tiophy offered. Just a little bitter nan any sthir. -- j X Honestly we do not know how H could.be improved, at any price, and we have had ten years' exoorieMt with it. too. A GENEROUS lOXllc. m Orpingtons THERE IS REAL PAINT and also some stuff mixed with cheapening materials that is not worthy of the name. If you have had experience with the latter kind you don't want nnoiuer. lr you haven't take our advice and don't T your old straw hats Buy our real paints look can make Also clean and press experiment. like new. and save yourself disappointment vour clothes nicely. Give me a trial. and money as welL Harry Broaddus, next door to Trib- J. A. ALLEN. StMftrl. KV. are a sitting brood, have not maintained tho good egg record that they begun. Mrs. Embry regrets very much that she was unablo to enter n pen of her English Salmon Fnver-olle- s iu this contest, nnd plans to enter this strain in the winter contest. of Mrs. S. J. Embry started off splendidly, but as theie If vou have a severe cough you had better see vour family physician That's the safest thlrra to do In all cases but for any ordinary couoh our Syrup White Pine Tar Is the best thins, you can net. We have It In 25 cent and 50 cent bottles, and it Is guaranteed. We are sellinq lots of wr CM lets these days. We warafltoe to cure a cold In one mM. mr antee Is a personal warantat. Money back if net SatkfM. Tab- tkea PENNY'S, The Rcxall Store. Phone No. 2. M? ST i D Sf l.. - JUu BisWfchiMiVik.ji I fjjt- l- w, UwMVirmirrrtmj JfVJ . re ?v LIJ.J yw v-Haps: 4h - v , V. ., - . i rf., ,,. .. . ii ii iftfrftfiiiirMiiiiiimni4Anii 1 i.,,,,, J. 1 THE INTERIM JOtlBMAL, 1TAHF0HO. KEHTJICKV FWHAY, JMtY I, Hit r; i iJT k. Conwilssleiwr's Sale! J. F. Robinson, Plaintiff, vs Wcs-Ic- v I'cnmnn, Defendant. Pursuant to n judgment rendered in the above tyled action nt tbe May term 1912, 1 will on MONDAY, JULY 8th, 1012 In front of the court houe door Jn Stanford, Ky., offer for fjflle nt pub-li- e outcry to (be highest bidder nn acre )f round containing a dwelling on Dit river in Lincoln county, Ky., boiiudcd thus: BeRinninj: nt a cedur in line of Isaac Hnys nnd Sue Blanks tbence S E 70 yards to nu elm in linn between Isaac Hnys etUIlip, tileliCa 70 ui (Is tu with line between Eddy Dall and Inane Hays 70 yards to bcginniiifr. The object of sale is to satisfy plaintiff's judgment for $143 with 0 per cent interest from Oct. 2, 1910 nnd $7.90 with 0 per cent from Feb. with C per cent 12, 1912 and Nov. 20, 1010, subject to these credits; $5 Match 20, 1912. $5 March 29, 1012, $4 April 22, 1912, nnd the costs. The ?a!s will L ni&d? on ft credit of C mntli, bond with Rood security for purchase price, bearing 6 per cent interest from date, payablo' to Commissioner baring effect of , i.-- ,.. 2...1 juuiui'iui iuui bucuiuu i. i: nm ue uj nun :ii G0.3f. required. E. D. Pennington, M. C. L. C. Cl InlL-kfJ- REMEMBER S&turday,Juiis 22nd, lasting until Thursday, July 13 th, 1912 . CLEARANCE STOCK SALE Beginning June 22 and Lasting Until July 1 3. ATTEND The Great Money Saving Sale now Ready to begia at Robinson's. Do not mitt the place. To Take Place in Stanford. Kentucky 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- M r , Commissioner's Sale Mary E. Ferrill, Plaintiff, vs Mary Jane Ferrill, etc., Defendants. Pursuant to a judgment of Bale entered in the above styled case in the Lincoln Circuit Court at its regular May term 1912, the undersigned Master Commissioner will at about 1:30 o'clock P. M., on MONDAY, JULY 8th, 1912 (County Court Day) offer for sate at public outcry to the highest and best bidder before the court bouse, door in Stanford, Kentucky, the following described reality. , A tract of land on the waters of Dix River in Lincoln county, Ivy., nnd bounded as follows: Beginning in tbe enter of the Stanford and Lancaster turnpike road on a corner of W. G. Welch's nnd Bill Stepp thence N Cl 2 V U poles 17 links to a largo white oak tree corner to George Benedict; thence N 33 4 E 84 poles to a stone corner to same; tbenre S 59 2 E 70 poles 12 2 links to the center of the Stanford and Lancaster pike thence with some S 70 4 W 10 poles 15 links; S 79 4 17 poles 20 links; S 54 4 W17 poles; S 59 4 W 29 poles 20 links S 08 2 W 29 poles 5 Jinks to the beginning containing 21 acres 2 rods 34 poles of land. This sale is made for the purpose of reinvesting the proceeds of same. Terras: Said sale will be made on a credit of six months and the purchaser will be required to execute bond with approved personal security for the purchase price payable to the Commissioner, nnd bearing interest nt rate of 0 per cent, per annum from date of sale; and a lien will bo leserved on "the land to secure tbe pnyraent 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. 1-1-1-1-1-1-1-1-1-- Stanford's Largest Department Store offers All Clothing, Odd Pants, Hats, Shoes, Dry Goods and Gents' FurnishingGoods at less than manufacturers cost j ST0P AND THINK BEFORE YOU GO ELSEWHERE AND PAY A WE HAVE ALWAYS SOLD GOODS AT A VERY LOW PROFIT, WE ARE AFTER THE CASH AND TO MAKE ROOM. ROOM CONDITIONS OF SALE:-T- HIS SHALL IE A FAIR, STRAIGHT PROFIT WHEN THESE GOODS ARE GOING AT A GREAT LOSS PRICES CRUSHED. WE WANT LEGITIMATE BUSINESS SALE, NOTHING SEE THE PRICES ELSE. COME AND Mens' and Young Mens' fancy and staple colored suits CLOTHING 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, $2250 & $25, now at $1 1.96, $13.98, $16.98 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 at $3.28, $4.98 and $6.98 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 650 now $2.48, $328 and $429 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 at sale price 78c on Helm Absurd. (Danville Messenger.) Mr. Helm is running ngainst an honorable gentleman, and we can not believe that Mr. Sullivan has anything to do with the hatching up of the absolutely ridiculous stntement made by some of his promoters. Mr. Helm' favors temperance legislation and will not only vote, but will work of a law by Con-prefor the pah-ag- e to preenl the shipping of liquor into dry territory. The attack on hira along this line is absurd, and those making it are gnawing a file. Attack 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 of Little Men's am! Misses' Low Cat Shoes at your own price. ss 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 ....$328 $2.94 Hosiery of All Kinds Ladles' and gents' silk hose worth 75c and 25c and 35c hose now 15c sox now 10c sox now $1 now WW Ceaetipation, if Neglected, Causes Serious illness Constipation, i neglected, leads to almost innumerable complica- tintii offctinir the urneral health. Many cases m m $235 $1.94 $1.45 Ladies' oxfords and shoes in velvet, tan, white, Nubucks, gun metal, patent and cravenette, now selling below cost. $3.50 and $4 shoe now $2.85 ... $2.35 $3 and $325 shoes now go at $1.98 $2.50 shoes now go at We have about 700 pairs of broken lots that are good styles, but we have no sizes, will offer them at a bargain. 39c 19c .'.8c He Dry Goods of All Kinds We have a handsome line of wash silks, all colors, 25c and 35c per yard, now at that were sold at 19c per yard - - appendicitis and severe disaV other are traceeases able to prolonged clogging of the bowels. Regard-th- e effects o f constipation, C. li. Ayers, 6 Sabin Moulpclitr, St. i says: Vt., .If amfoa typhoid fever, 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 Poplins, $15 and $17.50. fc ' ' JFV . v i ' ' ' Thousands of people are sufferers and from habitual constipation while possibly realizing something of the danger of this condition, yet neglect too long to employ proper curative measures until serious often results. The advice of 'all physicians is, 'keep your boweU ' ctMB, and it's good advice. are Dr. Miles' Laxative Tablets mU by all druggists, at 35 cents a If not , bK containing 35 doses. ' IS9M uuaiaetory( your nosey , M-MtUW MieitAirW, ss years, and wouia Decome uncorwcioua. i nvo uoou found In that condition many times. Phy.lclani did not Deem to ba able to I would becoms do me any good. waak and for days at a time could do work. Not Ion ao I ot a box bo of Dr. Miles' laxative Tablets, and had never after using-- them found I In such a tried anything that acted mud and effective manner. I believe remedy that at I baremy last found the case." suits nmJuJh at tlmn Fffl.fAl and hlllouiness for became ao bad I Neckwear of the Best Make Mens ties easily worth 50c and 75c .now Some In the 25c and 35c quality going at Meu'a FIbb Dreaa Glove 39c 19c $1.50 and 2.00 gloves $1 and $125 gloves now 50c and 75c gloves now at $1.19 Piqiesaid Cotton Corinroys at great rehctittts -2 84c 39c Percales 12 and 10c now Ginghams lOcand 12 8 8 2c American and Simpson Prints now Hope bleach and ether brands 10c and 12 India linen sold for 12 I -- 2c and 17c now Childrens' play suit sand rompers now I -- .4 I -- 2c per yard 2c quality now . 8 I -- 2c 10c per yard ... 19c, 39c, and B4c Embroideries of All Kinds 50c, 75c and $1 quality now going at 25e, 35c, and 40c new . . Suspenders 39c 19c The 50c and 75c qualitv new 25c quality now 3gc ife REMEMBER THE NAME, THE PLACE AND THE GOOD MERCHANDISE. SAN ROBINSON, Stanford, Kentucky Next Door to Lincoln County National Bank. L JUfiW iwewaiaiaWiiJM'1 W jWilMt'waWaaiV'i,. ; - ,Wlt4iaWaa tsummmmmmttt i K nmmmvivnrtfr 1MUV1 nffiiTW&mmiaT:sewviiitt?u it.'y an rt-f- y . ISPj''PFJrj (4 V- THE INTEHHIII JOUM.AL, STANFORD, KENTUCKY FRIDAY, JULY 5, 1112, BIG SALE AT SEVERANCE'S IS IN FULL BLAST. Come to town Mondav. court dav. and make it oav bv Dickinsr ud some of the manv bargains. We have vet a full houte of rood thinou Many remnants accumulated from the first week's selling in the Big Sale will be marked and put on the Bargain Counter. White Dresses, Gingham Dresses, Kimonos, Waists, Shoes, etc. at cut prices. r - w .:-- ' ,1 White Shoes and White Slippers for Your Vacation shoes and low shoes in Tan and White New Buck that brought $4 to $5 early, at $3 the pair. Children's Canvas Shoes, 75c and $1.00. Ladies' Canvas Shoes, $1.50. Misses' Canvas Shoes, $1.25: Pumps, $1 .25. Misses', $1 .00. Children's, 75c. ttAXjatSSfflSfK: Ladies' Canvas two-stra- p -- I 4 zr SOCIAL 9 o'clock Saturday morning. Watch the time of opening our store. We do this in order to rearrange stock and get ready for the day's rush Mr. n; s Severance & Son efficiency depends upon your condition. Mr. Wttllnce Wnltcr nnd son JosM. A. Stone has been visit-iof Mr. 0. A. eph, were the guc-ther pnrcnt at Highland. Miss Mnrthn Hummel, of Danville, Walters nt Kingsullc Wednesday. Pcpplcs was the Jennie Mi Misses Frnnkic piot of Miss Mnry Lee (J hens Inst wns here attending the institute this Gordon Trujlor, of Doty nnd Willie Richmond, nre week mid attended the Chautauqua. week'. Mr. nnd .Mr. II. C. Wrny, nnd jpiestsof Miss Knthenne Anderson. Snllie Cooke, of Pittsburg, Mi8 "Mr. William Yager and brother Pn., is the guest of her sister, Mrs. children, of DniiMlle, were here Houston nro in Louisille visiting Wednesday. 0. II. Cooper. Miss Mnrgaret Short. Mr. Kute Miller, v.hd has been in Mrs. W. P. Dishon is in LivingsMr. D. W. Quails, of Winchester, Pittsburg, Pn., teaching has return-- i ton vWting her rein tit rf Mr. J. II. has been the Tccent guest of Mr. und Jones nnd family. J here to ijend the summer. Mrs. Wnllacc Walter. Mis Belle RuiUy, of New Bed- lii Mr. Stamps Moore linn returned to Mrs. S. D. Cochran and daughter home at Pnri, after n visit to ford, Mass., is the piest of her filLillian, of Lnncnster, have been the his sister, Mrs. George Given". ter, Mix. Sub Robincon. of Mrs. W. S. Fish. recent guc-tMrs. It. V. Walter, of Lancaster, Mws Ituth Tnnner nnd Mrs. T. E. Mr. II. R. Denton was over from firny, of MeKiuney, were here n is the guest of Mm. Wnllacc Wal- Lancaster Wcdnesduy, the guest of ter. short time Wednesday. Mr. W. S. FMi. Mr. L. B. Hilton spent several Mr. nnd Mrs. M. A. Phelps and Mid Alton Scrivncr, of Iticlitnoml, hns been the recent guest of Mrs. dnjs this week with her mother, Mrs. Mr. nnd Mrs. J. W. Fox, of Richmond, nre the guests of Mrs. Rich-nr- d Cas nt Brodhead. A. C. Hill. I locker. Mr. M. 0. Smith, of Dunnville, Mrf. W. D. Kne and Mien Corn of Hustonville, were here was the guest of her sister, Mrs. S. Miss Jennie Graham Bright, of Lipp", Dnnxillc, passed through here ThursThursday the guests of Mrs. S. L. J. Bell last week. Mrs. J. U. Foster hns returned day on her way to Pincville to vMt Ilurdette. Mr. C. H. Crawford, the district home from Staunton, Vn., where she Mr- -. Chns. Metenlfe. party. Mr. nnd Mrs. G. A. McRoberts, of manager of the Kentucky Central hns been nttending n hou-Mr. nnd Mrs. P. L. llruce nnd Covincton, hnve been the recent Insurance Co., is here from Danville Mi-- s Carrie H. Wndc went to Ver- jjue-- ts of Mr. and Mrs. II. J. Mccrnl dnjs. for Mabel Rlnckerby, who has sailles on Fndny to visit Mr. nnd Roberts. Mims Mr nnd Mrs. J, R. Mount nnd Wen visiting Mr. and Mrs. It. M. Mr. II. W. DuBose. Mr. and Mrs. M. B. Snlin, left daughter, Miss Joan, of Lancnster, ltlnckerby returned to her home at Tuesday to visit Mr. nnd Mrs. J. W. were the guests of Mr. and Mrs. II. Falmouth, Ky., Friday. J. W. Callahan and children, Hutchi-o- n in Louisville nnd relatives T. McRoberts Thursday. Mr. Mr. C. E. Tate and son, William. of Lebanon Junction are sending a nnd frknds in Owenton. Mir-eHnllie Brown nnd Ella Heath Seernnce, Mr. nnd Mrs. W. P few eeks with her parents, Mr. and Henry nnd Mr. Cecil Drown hnve Kinc.iid attended the Cehautauqun Mrn. Milton Warren. returned to Lnncnster after a visit nt Lebanon Thursday. Mies Myrtle Connney, of Miss Mnry Dnlton, of Lancaster, Garrard County, is spending to Mr. Russell Brown. Mis Virginia Bourne who hns is the guest of Miss Knthcrino Anthe week with Mr. and Mm. Walter been teaching in Huntington W. Vn., derson. Fowle. Mim Cordn McAninch, Mr. Elmer the past year has returned home to Mrs. V. A. Lenr and children, of Dunn, nnd Mr. Cloyd McAniiieh, are spend the summer with her nunt, Lancaster were the guests of her Miss Florence Trueheart. with Miss Ethel Sun sister, Mrs. W. S. Fish, the first of Miss Linda Miller, who is nt the the week. Springs nt Crab Orchard catnc down Mrs. Edgar Vest, of Kind's MounMrs. W. K. Shugnr-- ami MnMer tain, nnd her two sUtere. Mrs. W. C. Wednesday to meet her mother, W. K. hnve returned home from Lee and Mi 01ie Green, from Mr. Knte Miller. They both re- Richmond, nfter n visit to Misses Greenwood, Minn., are uniting Mrs. turned to Crab Orchard Thursday. Lillian nnd Rcss Shugnrs. Mrs. W. C. Cundiff, Mr. Louis Vest's mother, Mr. and Mr. II. D. Mrs. Miller has been nt Pittsburg, Pn., npnin the past term. Floyd. Cundiff nnd Mrs. Minnie Murphy, of Libel ty, drove over in an automobile Tuesday driven by Dallas Rue, to do some shopping. Mrs. Snllie Goode, who while here on n visit to her daughter, Mrs. B. Sir D. Carter, was taken ill, was nble to return to her home nt Mitchells-bnrThursday. Mrs. Carter returned with her for a short visit. Last Tuesday evening Mrt Howard Newlaml delightfully cntertnin-e- d in honor of Mr. Russell Brown's house party and Misa Duncnn, of Texns, nnd Miss Gum, of Lexington, at his country home on Somerset street. There were nbout seventy-preseT nnd everyone enjoyed themselves to the fullest extent. Delightful refreshments were served nt the suitable hour. and PERSONAL s s Flat-wood, r g, Senator R. L. Hubble spent secr-o- l dnjs in Frnnkfoit this week. Mis Liecic Benzlcy hn been on ' the rick list for scsernl days. Mrs. F Hamilton, ot Lebanon, was hero to sec 'Miss Liccio Benzley, Thursday. Messrs. Lee Ruplcy and Carl Carter attended the dance nt Lebanon Thursday night. Miss Martha S. Rancy is the guest of Miss Virginia Bourne nt Lancas- Scott' Emuhion builds, strengthens and sustains robust health. AKDmuUt,. U- The Odd Fellows' Lodge, of Crab JOrehnid, hae elected the following officers for the coming term: J. C. We nre so equipped that nil of Magee, N. d; Richard Pettus V. Q; the glaie nnd flicker is eliminated J. B. Conim, Secretary, J. B. Jones .from the pitcurcs shown nt the opern Host. Pictures that do not hurt the eyes house. at the opera hout-- Friday ail Sat- c urday nights 5 ond 10 cents. Vj ter. Mrs. Ada Burton, of Shelby City is the guest of Miss Mollie Daugh-erty. Scott ft Oownt. Rtootufitld. N J - No morning sen ice at the Pres-bjten- LmTjL church on Sunday July 7. Sunday school nt 9 :30. Young Peoley. ples' meeting at 7 P. M. Union serLittle Robert Davison, son of Dr. with Methodist church at 7:30. R. L. Davison, who has been quite vice ill is thought to be improving. There will be alt day Epworth News has been received by local McKendree at of Col. League meeting relntives of the serious illness A. J. Ilnjden, nt bis home in Boyle church nt Hubble Sunday. Three county. leagues, the Stanford, Danville nnd Mesdamcs E. B. Hill and A. S McKendree Leagues will be reprePrice nnd Messrs, Spalding Hill nnd sented. There will be no sen ice at Dan- Jnmes Cooper, motored over to the Methodist church here Sunday ulle for n short time Wednesday morning on account of the services Lincoln boy, Ed Sibold, a foimer at McKendree. who is one of the most popular druggists, of Lexington, was jounir Union services at the Methodist in Lincoln this week, Mailing heie church Sunday night, addressed by the West End. nnd in Mrs. Phil Nunnclley hns been Rev. S. E. linger, D. D., missionary quite ill at her home in the country, to China. for several dnys, but is somewhat Notice. 5 per cent, penalty adimproved now, her many friends will ded to school tax July 29th. L. R. be glnd to know. 53-Mrs. Chnrles Terrill hns as her Hughes. gnest, Miss Sarah Hundley, of Stan New Perfection oil cook stoves at ford. Mrs. Terrill will entertain at 5312. her home on Woodland avenue to cost nt W. II. Higgins. niight in honor of her fair visitor. Prof. J. W. Dinsmore, a republiRichmond Climax. Lincoln can, of Bercn, will get on the direct L. E. Epperson, a former county man, who is doing splendidly primary ballot as n candidate for the representing Belknap & Company, republican nomination for Congress. nt Litchfield, 111., spent the Fourth No burners to get out of order, no with the home folks at McKinney wicks to bother with when you buy and ran over to Stanford to see the an oil wickless cooker from W. H. new courthouso and paid the I. J. an Higgins. 53-appreciated call. Mrs. H. D. Phillips entertained in BiiTi or Ohio citt ot Toledo, if Iku cooirrr. honor of her son Mr. A. B. Phillip' Funk J. Cbinii mk oath that tie M imlor urtnrr ol the firm ot F. i. Cbimt a Co. dome Ihursdny eening. The house nnd Ennuim la to. Cltj ot Toledo, county ud SUM will par tLe sum ot aaid yard were beautifully decoded for atortaaid. and that DOLLfirm lor each and trtrr A KB ONE HUNDRED caae ot Catakiui that cannot D. cured t7 the uw ot Delightlnl refresh- Uall . CiTAEJW coax. the occasion. CHENEY. ments were served to the guests at Sworn to before mo and FRANK J. In my pretence. aubjcrtbed . the proper hour. All that were tin lib dar ot December. A. D A. 18M.GLEA60M. I W. I present report nn enjoyable evening. 1 JJJ: f NOTAT PCTUC. Chancellor has been Miss Anna Haiti Catarrh Core k taken tnttrnalir and act. directly upon the blood and mucou. mrtaw ot Uw the guest of Miss Kate Rnney this irncm. ncoa ror lesumoniais. ircc. F. 1. CHENEY CO. Toledo. O. week. Sold br all Prurrlata. Tte 8. 2. Mr. E P. Owsley, of Columbus, Gn., is the gues't of Mrs. Mary Ows- Everythin: at Cost During ft -- T ? V Q 'i r SV jfT the BIG T - T '4 fir - S nv mmmk vMnsr m. fcfr CAT 13' . Jt Jl.jO "" n- 9wtv.i f a.. M.a4. wfft ..tTieql 0 JifOrJr, tn ff A ft . f ho I' t&v,htf. ''j'vit i)V M '' ,f tf( "i. r Tale llall FamUr Mil tor eouttpatlon. U f S nt Here's The Road to Comfort A vanished thirst a cool body and a refreshed one; the sure way the only way is via a glass or bottle of Suit a Cases Just received $ "I .00 nice line of Suit Cases at A god program, thr rel? t th Brotherhood opera house tonight and tomorrow Presbyterian The will meet on Sunday July 7th at 4 night. P. M., at the church. All perTo Pike Contractors. sons having contracts for repairing turnpike roads, will please forward nnd execute their bond. Judge J. P. 51-- 2. ' Bailey, Judge. SHORT LOCAL NEWS Qjmim jfr Tearen " -- r Stanford, 'Kentucky ' Home of H. S. k M. All Wool Clothe J r 4 t 3.00 Stop, look nt our window Croquet Sets from 70 cents to $3.50. Penny's The Rexall Store. Insure with the lewllm cem- panles. Fish & Iromlev represent them. All lines. Coal ft Feed property. If not sold by the first of July will rent. This is the business part ot the" property consisting of one lot, 150 feet at Br V. D. i j Ideally delicious pure sparkling as frost. Our new booklet, telling U FrCC of Coca-Col- a vindication at Chattanooga, for the asking. as Demand the Genuine as made by purity crisp and Also a nice line of For Sale or Rent. McKinney Ml! s,. UNDERWEAR Kind Ladies' and Children's Parasols, all colors, 25c to $2.50. THE COCA-COL- CO. CA. ATLANTA, Whenever vou tee in Arrow think of Coca-Cola. w Hughes, Martin & Co Stanford. Ky. railroad traok, one coal bin 02 feet long, one warehouse 30zG0 feet an other warehouse office and scale building combined 24x52 feet, and a first class wagon scale in connection Best piece of business property in the town of JIcKlnney, first class We Comfortable , t hi territory forbusiness, trade now es- tablished on Coal feed lime cement salt, brick. For any further information in regard to tlus property, call-to McKinney, Ky. Bee'orwritE;0.GOOCIJ, niitninfj w:e.perkins rD vJrciiwirutvtfV TnwftiBft"rrflilll1'o,r"',' My" tw A p ft nfn r w ww fm wnw - t THE THE INTERIOR JtURWAL, tTAHURl, KENTUCKY FRI1AY, JULY 8, 1112, FAMERI I'oMcd Clin1. Hcmonta. Sale. Nice young mnre with Slictlnnd colt. Will Stone. Mr. tobncco Grwvcr. Get thnt Tobncco llnil insurance now, bcfoTe the Unit comes. It costs no more. r Come To The Old Fashioned Country Fair Under the Auspices of Diadem Lodge, No. 81, Knights of Pythias, at Stanford bis new crop of whent to J. II. llnugbmnn & Co., tins week nt ;fl n bushel. Abrnm Hcnick, of Clnrk county, is jepurted to linve jutt finished harvesting- n crop of blucgrn9 seed which ntmmnts to 15,000 hnxhels. At prevailing priees this is n smnll , fortune. Nine hundred cattle were reported on the market nt Hiehmond Monday, with prices rnngringr from 4 to 0 cent. Most of the wtock found lendy purohnxerH. 1,100 nhcep nnd 100 lions were on the market. Sheep brought from 2.f0 to 3.23 per bend, while Iiojm brought 0 2 cents per pound. Very few mules nnd horses were offered, nnd those v)n the mnr-- 1 ket wcro of nn inferior quality nnd for sales were reported. Tlio land owned by tho Ink-- .Tolin T. Honnid nnd his Bisters, Misges Mnrthn nnd Louin Howard, situated in Fayette nnd Woodford counties, containing about 370 ncros, wn sold by MnMr OoirtmHaioner H. A.. Schobcrth lost week. C. A. Hownrd, who was bidding for George White, purchased the entire tract ai $138,-fi- O per acre. 1-- K. M. N'ewlnnd, ARcnt. S. J. Hell is delivering 47-t- f. August 21, 22 and 23, For Catalogue and Particulars, write J. F. CUMMINS, Secretary. PROTRACTED MEETING Mrs. rodhead. ADMINISTRATOR'S SALE! I, II. S. Chrihlopbcr, ns ndminis-trntof Win. Christopher, deceased will on Thursday. July 25th. 1912 neuinnine nt 1 o'clock P. M. sell to the lushest bidder the turn of Win. -3 or t .A- -ni Te Begin at Baptist Church Wed nesday Night, July 10. The revival erice which were Allensville. Shirley Tnte was down from Mt. to hnvo begun ut the Hnptist chinch Vernon, one night last week. in Juno but were postponed on ac Mr. and Mrs. A. M. Hintt, nnd count of the illness of llev. J. V. will start on Wednes- Mis Illauche Howell, were in LivPorter's wife, Itev. Watson, of Ml. Vernon, day evening, July lOtli. with Dr. Por The meeting will I preached a very interesting sermon ter preaching. continue about two weeks. Dr. Por- herq Sunday night nt the M. & ter is one of the lending members church. Spell Js conducting a 'ten uth. He f.f his J.irioniirir.ium hi t!i meeting nt the M. K. church. i5 the pastor of the First Baptist days Miss Keen Hrooks baa ictirrned church nt Lcxincton, nnd editor of 'k the Western and Recorder, a cele- home from a week's vr in Knox- brated denominational paper. Two !l!e, Tenn. Mrs. J. M. Clark, who n.. been services n clay will be held. lie v. J. ill for the past few days is Hi Jnne, pntor of the church will u-rassist Dr. Porter with the hervices better now. Miss Nancy Vnughn, is visiting in and hopes for n great awakening Livingston. membership and the nmong the Mrs. V. E. Sproule, Alice Albright nnd Judith McCnll were in Louisville lnbt Thursday shopping. Mrs. Walter Miller and children, of Lebanon Junction nrc the guests of her mother, Mrs. Kmmn Wilmott. Miss Minnie Hintt is visitin? in L H. Hilton, of Stanford, niting her parents. Mis llnel Albright is visiting in txri" : "A Public Sale ? We will sell to the highest bidder, in front of .the court house, in Stanford, Ky., at about 1 p. m., court day Sii-- i. Monday, July 8, '12 rstas ftmerly occssid The beet1 this m baiis with orders to dispose of it. For prfeikrs, see trer the Liictla duty rsM ui three smaller room by the Iiterior Jurial, Nationl Baik. Oie large Col. W. P. Walton has tv HUGHES & McCARTY, Stanford, Kentucky. deceased, containing Christopher, acres, located nt Buenn Vista Outran! County, Ky., on the Burgin nnd Dix Kher turnpikes, riuht nt tho postofficc and in sight of three diuretics nnd n good school. This l farm is luifitfd in the !c?t district in the county, nnd is in a good state of cultivation, well ndnptcd to grow tobncco, hemp, com nnd wheat. Every ncre can bo The improvement consists of n good seven-rooframe d.vell-in- c l.ousc, in good repair with nil ncecsniy outbuilding which nte nil tropd. A No. 1 good cistern nt the dojr nnd good spring houe right In the vnrd; never failing stream of wntcr for stock. At the same time nnd place I will sell nil the personnl property consisting of 2 good work lurrsps, 2 sows and pius, farming implements, etc.. good two horse uncon nnd good hy frame, wngon nnd plow Wildie. genr, household nnd kitchen furniHenry Anderson was in Garrard ture nnd one good piano. Anyone desiring to look nt the first of the week. Several from here attended Chil- farm before duv of sale, enn call on I dren's Day nt Union Inst Sunday. r me nt premises ami will be glad to show snme. O. II. Crass. v)f Stnnford. HrnrLr Remember that this property must ' Durham, of Crab Orchard, and Win be sold to 'wind up the estate of said Vuden, of Livingston, spent Sunday defeased. Terms made known on day of with their homefolks. IJrown and Craig shipped two car tale. H. S. Christopher. loads of sheep to Louisulle Tue Administrator of Wip. Christopher. day at 5 2 cents. A. T. Scott. Auct. Mi-- s Tempest Ward returned to Richmond Monday, where she will Eubank. enter school again. Mrs. Lucy U. Howard i visiting The Misses Johnson have return- her mother, Mrs. Hatcher at Cliff, ed to their home in Berea nfter vis Ky. iting Misses Randa Tate and Lena Mrs. T. W. McLaughlin i, with Albright. friends in Peru, Ind. Miss Emma Ilamm, of Louisville, Miss Dessw Harrington is very ill was with her couiin Mnttie Owens with neuralgia of the heart. Mr. Kdd Xoluu sient n few days tirt of the week. Miss Jlnttio Wilmott delightfully with the home folks last week. Misses Louise Hubble, Julia Wilentertained a number of the little Singleton are atfolks last Snturdny, fioiu fiw to liams and Kl-seven, jn honor of her little niece, tending the teacher's institute this Zella Mailer, of Lebanon Junction week nt Stanford. Mi-- s Maude Kelson nttended the Mrs. Bale Anderson is visiting in street fair nt Somerset last week Oarrfrd. Little Miss Mildred Robins, has re- and took the examination. Little Crystnl Wesley has been turned home after visiting in Mt. real sick with scarlet fever. Verojn. Everyone enjoyed the ice cream Mm. Robert Roberts, of Mnywood visited relatives here, first of the supper ghen by Mr. nnd Mrs. Snturday night. Miss week. Me Cull was down from Maude Kelson won the rize for the Lewis prettiest girl and Mr. Crit Morgan MnreMmrg, Sunday. handkerchief AlifH Clyde Watson is visiting her won a blue biindnnn for the ugliest boy. Some of those sister, in Mt. Vernon. Mn. W.F. Sproule nnd children present were Mihscs Dewey nnd Beshave eturned to their home in Paris, sie McMullin, Mollie Todd, Lulu and after visiting her father, F. Fran- Beulah McMullin, Minnie Barber, Maggie Horton, Maude NeN.m, Ottie cisco. Mrs. Amy Edwards, of Richmond, Wall, Leonn Henderson, Ollie Wilnnd Tim Edwards, of Oklahoma, are liams and Klsie and Heiui Singleton. Messis. Virgil McMulliiis, Irn Hie guests of Mr. nnd Mrs. J. W. Craig Horton, Luther Hall. late. Hnrland Peek, D. Trowbridge. Will Mr. nnd Mrs. H. E. Christie. Mr. McClure, Kverett Vnnhook, Fred and Mrs. J. R. Cn?s nnd Master Williams, Crit Morgan, Walter Ooocb William Cass were in Mt. Vernon and Llmer Sincleton. last week. Our school begins here July l.r)th, with Alessrs. J. J. Gust.m nnd WalMcKiuzio See Us Before Buying terMr. George us tenchers. Ileynolds is busily enYour Spring Goods caged in building a now dwelling house. Have nice Selection of DrugMr. G. M. Trowbridge will soon. gets, Mattings, Carpets, 03 !(. iimn-ui-tttra- Jersey Cows, Brood Mares. I will sell d. at my farm one-ha- lf mile west of m at 1:30 P. M., , Friday, Tuly My herd consisting of 20 strictly high grade fresh Jersey cows. These cows are young, gentle, good conformation, deep milkers, rich in butter fat. Most of these cows have been bred to my registered St. Lambert bull. 7 Eight Good Brood Mares Three of them native bred; five heavy western. These mares have all done farm work; been bred and I believe safely in foal to Tate & Messer's famous Jack,Samson. TERMS-Ca- sh or bankable note, due Jan. 1, 1913. GEO. A. BAIN, of Lexington, Ky., Auctioneer. C. E. TATE. Ime hit, new store n ie houe completed. 2 Mr. Lester Peck is contemplating making soon. filing trip to Panama Stimulate Children? Ask your doctor how often he prescribes an alcoholic stimulant for children. He will probably say, "Very, very rarely." Ask him how often he prescribes a tonic for them. He will probably answer, "Very,very frequently." Then ask him about Ayer's Sarsaparilla as a strong and safe tonic for the young. Not a drop of alcohol in it Always keep box of Ayer's Pills in the house. Just one pill at bedtime, now and ben, will ward off many an attack f biliousness, indigestion, How many years bis your doctor knows these pills? Ask him all about them. td by th. t.O. ATH CO.. Lor.lt. Xw, Car of Adrian Wire Fence Just Received We have several secondhand Buggies for sale Til-for- d, E. T. Pence I Stanford, Kentucky o Bmaimmm Do You Want a This cut shows you what we are now prepared Le-Hi- gh Portland Cement Lace Curtains, etc. The Correct Styles in Millinery. Come and see our Stock and be convinced. SPECIAL EXCURSION TO THE o,i biitt, wuum. n Mountains of Western North Carolina Wednesday, July 10, 1912 Round Trip Reund Trip Fares From Danville, Kv. ASHEVILLE, H. Q. $7.50 I "Und of the Sky" HENDERSON, N. C ) te construct H. B. Northeoft Im in , N. C. LAKE T0XAWAY, N. C WaynesvIHe, .W-M- j ."Sapphire Country" Portland Cement 'near lots.. Have a fresh car now, All in cotton sacks. We buy LiveudDressedPsiltry, Le-Hi- gh - EusJce,Cial,Wotl,Fvs I&s,Sih, Li, Fath- ers, Gksetf, etc. Rmwzr J. H. Baughman 4 Co. UMMster, Ky. Branch House, Stanford, Ky. Phone 11 tftanford, Kmtucky. trains. Ilelurn limit July 25, 1012. Liberal Stop Over Privileges. I DIVERSE ROUTE. Ga direct and return via Chattanooga, Lookout Mountain, or a. $1.58 additional For full in formation call on any Ticket Agent or write: H. C. KING, Passewor and Ticket AfCflt, 101 East Mah) Street. vice-vers- $9.50 i Special through trn in, consistitifr of electric-lighte- d Pullmijn, Observation mid Druwing room Sleeping Cars, Dining Cnr nnd Day Conches, will leave Dan-vilnt 10:05 P. M. July 10. Tickets also ood on regulur le We have one ef the 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 anythiag, and we'll interest you. fa-mo- us T a TlWwnj My a (C.r10.4T.I,JiY.) and Southern Railway, LexiHMM. Kv. We have already contracted for six ami cannot build but a limited number, so you had better not delay, but get in next We have the territory of Lincoln and Garrard counties. Telephone 138 PHONE 153. W. A. ICCKLEft, General Pal- ftAMMdkf iBiHt lMntll pkfjfJJjM win vfrTfn nyviTii inntffv wmfffoji il . I PHILLIPS J BROS., Stanford, Ky. Mojm1 WMMmw1 - - -- J 11)111. kTs MlM A"il yrf" fj J A !" W M ' V VJ iw , Mhk. . 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