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The Interior Journal STANFORD, LINCOLN COUNTY, KENTUCKY. CENTRAL KENTUCKY FRIDAY, .ILLY l'J, r I WEATHER FORECAST Cloudv and Continued Warm. L W1 General News Notes Richard Hording Davis tho writer, married nn actress A week after securing n divorco from his wife. The new nickels mndo by the mint will benr tho bend of a buffnlo of that of tlio Goddess of Liberty. Caleb Powers has recommended his brother, John Powers for appointment as postmaster at Middlcs-h- o TUESDAYS AND FRIDAYS. Hustonville. ATTRACTIVE LYCEUM Spalding arrived from COURSE THIS SEASON MERCHANTS Louisville Saturdu) for a visit to DMIahtiul Dav Snent- at- Graham . Mrs- - Spalding and little. Caterine, Stanford Lyceum Club Arranpes To B... t -- r Lady Limestone Struck Down on who ore guests of Dr. Edward Al Aqaln Offer Five High Class Sprlnqs, Harrodsburn Must Farm of I. S.Tevls-- M. B.Crowe corn mid family, Entertainments. Organize Here. Mr. Juno Rcid, of Longvicw, Ala., Stunned In Storm Thursday is here for n short time with his sisNotwithstanding the fact thut the Messis. William Severance, J. F. ter, Miss Anna Rcid. Lightning has been playing hnvoo promoters of the Lceum Course, of Cummin, Cyrus Oover, 0, L. Fenny, in the heavy Mr. and Mrs. McKco Riffe and attractions m Stanford last season, in this part of tlio state W. L. McCarty, H. R. Sauflcy and Mr. mill Mrs. utornis which have been rngiug J. 11. Route were guests did not mnko 11 cent on the lenture, Stnn-lor- d Shclton Snulley lepresented ilnily for the past week or so. of Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Pope of they have derided to try the enterOne ot'lho severest low ns n at 11 meeting of ocr n hundred Dan-il- lo prise ngnin the coming season, und Sunday. of storms wiih tlio killing of the of the retail inerchnnts of central Mr. und Mis. F. M. Ware and proiidu tho people of this citv mid Lady Limestone, celebrated jennet Kentucky at Hurrodsbuvg Tuesday, daughter, Miss Muncy, wero here to surrounding territory with another TWO BRODHEAD LADIES on tlie fnnn of her owner, Shelby program of high class cntcrtnin-ment- s. when the Central Kentucky Retail church Sunday. neighbor-hoo- d Tcvis in the Shelby Oily Arrangements have been Merchants' Association was organizMm. Will Dunn is visiting her sou Tliuntdny. The jennet wns snid Were Badly Injured In the Paint loncluded for the presentation of u V delightful day was spent nl ed. George Dunn at Lexington. havo been the highest priced anito program by tho Rcdpntli Lick Wreck. Oralium Spring. Mis. A. Newton nnd childicn have mal of her kind ever Hold in KenThe following towns wero repre- returned from a pleasnnt visit to Burenu, of Chicago, which furnished u few tucky. Mr. Tevis buying her wo many delightful entertainments Ilrodhond, July II. sented: Shelbyville, Lnwrenccburg, Somerset relatives. yenrn ngo for the reputed Hum of last vcur. Mm. J. It. l'iku and sister. Miss Vrmnillu, KtshscKcc, Danville, StanMcsrs. Frank Dnhiiitt nnd Ed ilOO. She hatj recently fealcd ti Bclieveing that tho patrons of very ford, Lancaster, Lebanon, Paris, ward Sibold wore here for a hort a hail Cable, ory hnndsomc jack rolt, which htln their t'ourso will appreciate. 11 musiIm (i world Dealer, rue unfortunate accident last Friday rroiniKcx (' Georgetown, Cnrrollton, time Friday afternoon. cal numl-cmore thiin u lecture, nnd colt wiih stmiding by her hide but night while letiirning home from Owcnton, I'lensureville, New Castle, by their experience with Messrs. Logan Hubble mid Bona profiting Maysville. The conch on which they Snlvi-- u, wns uninjured. Burgiti and Atoka. McKechnie, Leslie Sloan und Bowcu the lecturer of Inst sciison, Hon. Mr. M. I. Crowe. nlso of the Shel-l- y were riding turned over near Silver Chump Chirk, who cost more thnn The purpose of the convention wns Givcns were here Thursdny. City section, reeeied u severe Cieek, leaving Mrs. I'ikc suffering the orgaui'dtiou of the Central KenMi-- s Jessie Powell is the guest of the rest of tho course combined, the tdiock from lightning, Thursday promoters Imvo decided to eliminate with two broken ribs and Miss Cnhlo tucky Retail Merchant's Association, Mrs. Will Murphy. us be drove from Danville to with it sprained ankle. the lecture number ,nnd ijffer a the call having been mndo by the reMrs. Felix Twidwell, of San An lausirnl his home. He wns just outsidu the event instead. Of the five Mustrts Robert and' William Cass tailers of Htirr.idsburg. The visit- tonio, Tcxus, arrived here Saturday confiiws of Shelby City, when the are visiting in Stnufoid. Miss Rich- ing mci chants were entertained at for 11 short stay with friends here. numbers which will be presented during the season, four will bo musical tflnnn rnmc up. A flash of lightning Dan-ill- c luncheon ut the Ornhnin Springs HoMr. nnd Mm. Anderson Niinnelley, und sketch numbers nnd the fifth htruek n largo elm treo in the hide ard has returned to her home in after Waiting her sister, Mrs. tel, uud lifter lunch the convention of Peyton's Well, were hero Fiidny will be a mngicinn who is said to exf the ronil. in front of the home of Mrs. F. T. Burke. Tins borne he wmk Cash Miiitt, near lliatt. Mr. and wns called to order in the hotel park for n few hours. ceed in cleverness tho grent Reno driving wiih knocked to its knee, .Mrs. Frank Sutton and children, of fluy WNemnn, of Dnmille, wns electMr. and Mrs. Ficd Carson and seen lust seuson, if that were nnd Mr. Crowe was thrown out of Mt. Veinon, visitnl her patents hero ed temporary chairman, and Wil- family of New Castle, Ind., are here possible. the sent of the buggy nnd into the Lfirst of the week, Mrs. Lum Poin- - liam Severance, ot Stanford, Among the attractions which will for n short visit to Mr. nnd Mm. It-.l-. He was badly stunned, but (lexter. of Loudon, is the guest of be seen here will be tho Boyds, u Col. Ben Lee Will Carson. secretary. noon recovered himself, and was Mrs. Ike Sutton. Mrs. Mattie Willis left Friday for versatile company in songs, instruHardin welcomed the visitors, jible to drive home. He felt the efmental intibic Mrs. Walter Wallin and children Several inspiring addresses were New York to attend the Chnutauqiia. the Fraternity and humorous sketches fects of the chock verv severely that have tcturned to their home nenr Glee Club, of Chicago, made, the tenor of which was the Miss Lois Wells will join the party in 11 sulma&uadi of college lav, but wan much better Friday. life, and Lightning struck n tree on the Hubble after visiting relatives here. necessity of the local merchants nt Lexington. furnishing a program of melody, Mix. Leli.i Duke, of Crab Orchard standing together and organising for Miss Maggie Stagg and killed isitcd Miss song and Mory set to the "trill of place of Mr. It. II. Crowo Several was the guest of Mrs. Ellen Mnhuf-f- the betterment and improvement of Be-s- ic Riffe last week. Inmbs Thursdny. three the mandolin, the twang of the banjo last Sunday. Mrs. Sara Riggs, home town conditions'. farm workmen were dtundinc in the Mis Delia Combest, of Liberty, und the rhythm of the guitar." Then door of n barn, while the storm was of Richmond, is visiting Mm. J. W. It is proposed to organize asso- is the guest ol her sister, Mrs. Stan- the Boston Lyrics, in 11 delightfully varied program of vocal selections in progress, and snw the lambs kill- Tate. Mr, John Sowder, who is ill ciations or commercial clubs in each ley Stephens. ed. s, with paralysis, remains nbout the city which is affiliating with this Mr. Aithur Spragens passed this cornet solos, 'trombone solos, monologues nnd humorous sitae. Myron Owens left for I'ine progressive movement. The mer- place Friday en route to Damillc. WASHED DOWN STREAM Hill Sunday, where h will 'tench chants and business men 'of StanMrs. A. J. Adams visited rela- skits, arc guaranteed to plensc everyone. The mufiiigement thought itschool this year. Mrs. J. M. Rob- ford will probnbly bo cnllcd togeth- tives nt Stanford last week. self fortunate to secure n return David Morris and Sister Cauqht In erts and Miss Ella Frith visited in Mr. George Miller Givcns, of er at nn early date by Mr. Severance of the Musical Favorites, Hawkins' Branch. Crab Orchntd first of the week. who is the vice president for Lincoln visited Mr. A. It. MeKin- who pleased everyone so well last Miss Mntiie Wilmott, who has been county of the association, and steps ney last week. season. Tins wns' one of the mo?t Hubble. July 11. confined to her room for several be taken nt once, to put n live orMr. und Mrs. Bowen Reese nnd delightful music-n- l numbers furnishDavid Morris and sister Elsie, days is able to be out again. Miss Louise 01-left for their home ed on the course, nnd 11s they come ganization to w.irk here. came near being drowned Saturday Preston, of Beren, is Mrs.Clms. in Marietta, Gn., after 11 pleasnnt with a new program, everyone who evening as they were coming home visiting her sister, Mrs. Clarence visit to Mr. nnd Mrs. W. R. Williums. IieanI them bcfoie will want that LONDON POSTMASTER from town. They drove into Haw-kin- s' Mm. Smith Penny and children ot pleasure nguin. The mngicinn who llraneh just after a very hard Sehiilfer. Mm. Ireland, of Maysrain and the tide came down abreast ville, is with relatives here. Miss Has No Connection With Newspaper St. Joe Mo., are visiting Mr. .. K. will be on the coiiMe this yenr will be I.atirnnt, the Man of Mnjiy MysBuughmnii nnd family. ol them and they were washed quite Ella Dunn and J. T. Cherry were There Citizens Defend Him. Miss Louise Woods, of Stanford, teries, nnd to snv thut he classes ji distance down the stream where up from Crab Orchnrd Tuesday. with Reno is sufficient to innke him they caught on a wider gate. Geo. i tho guet of her cousin, Mr. Cnr-- 1 a grcnl drawing card. London, Ky., July 11. Leo II. Owlev happened to be close enough REPUBLICAN PAPER oil McCormnek. The prices for season tickets this who was depo?ed us postto hear them and went to their resMr. nnd Mrs. Joe Tarkiugton, of year will be 'the same ns last senson, master ut London, because of an Dnmille, visited Prof, und Mrs. cue. in Old I. J. Building S. S. 'J..riO and $2, and those who secure and little May Be Started editorial in the Mountain Echo, critiMr. J. It. Robm-o- n week. Above Bank. their ticket- - first will have the priv-ilig- e daughter came up from (liuttanooga cising the manner in which Presi Robinson last Mesilnn-eElias Kidd and Cailton of mnking choice of lescrved lo attend the funeral of his father, dent Tuft's nomination was secured, Elkin were here for a short time sents for the entire course. The The building above the Lincoln disclaims any connection with the Mr. James Robinson last Saturday. Stanford Lyceum Club believes that Mrs. Lucy Spooiiamore has been County National Hunk, which was .Mountain Eeh since September 1010 Monday. Mm. S. S. Robinson ha- - returned it bus secured a course which will itite hick lor u while but is getting occupied for so many years by the uud bus proof in the lorm of affisome better. Interim Journal, was mM at public davit- bv ' W Stevenson, editor of from a visit to friends .it Lexing- appeal to all music lovers, or those who cuioy 11 n eveiung of delightful aiU'tiou Monday to A. Ik Florence, that paper, Gorge Gildcs, a printer, ton. orSpecial music, by four-piec- e Mm. D.io Skinner nnd children. high class entertainment. lifting, it is icportcd for a number uud Don C. Edwards. About 100 chestra at the oera hoiiso Satin dav of republic-mis- , who it is rumored citizens of Loudon telegraphed to I. ft Wednesday to visit her husband NEW GAME LAW night. a republican paper Picsiilcnt Tuft a petition thiit the Stonegn. Vn. plan starting Rev. Willis is visiting his brother he re, for4 Campaign purposes this older removing Mr, MeHnrgiic be Now in Effect and Hunters Must All Johnson Bibb. Which the build reconsidered. The affidavits will bo nt Shelbyville this week. Get License His ninny friend heio were much fall. The fiiic ni Miss Kilnn I.ipps, of Birmingham, surprised this week to learn of the iug was luioc. ed down was fl.b'JO. l'orw aided. Ala., is the guest of Mm. W. D. Nave The petition was us follows: innrriage lit Loudon f Mr. Claude The building has been owned by Col. license law new hunter's The Dr. and Jlrs. W. I. Moore nnd "We, the undersigned citireus of formerly ot this city, nnd W. I'. Walton, of Louisville for years Itibb, children, left Monday for their home went into effect lust week. To get a that several pionu-iii-i- il London, Ky., most respectfully re .Miss Ycrlic Johnson, a most attrac- 't is in deitlt-olicense, the would-b- e hunter gives icpublicaiis are soliciting stock quest you to reconsider the older re- in Sun Francisco, Cal., after a his age, height, weight uud color of tive I .Jin re! county girl. Tho London pleasant visit to relatives here. Echo says of their wedding: moving Lee II. Mellarguo as postsubscriptions for the paper. hair and then he must pay $1 Mrs. Wingnte, of Libel ty, visited bis. 11 Mr. Claude Itibb and Miss Yerlie Their have been several paper- - of master of this city. We feel that for slin of paper showing that ho Bradley lust week Johnson, of this place, surprisid .this kind started within the past you have been iiiisiufoimcd' in this Mis. Geonre has the light lo hunt 111 the btnte Mr. and Mrs. It. M. Tate, Mr. nnd their friends last Satiirduv night bY half century nnd the I. J. has liu-mutter great injustice will be The new law require- - every liuntei i Om-ten- d . .. .slipping up to the telephone ex- to see them all dead and decently done a and a splendid official and a wor- Mr. Smles mid Mis' June who wanders ulield to have a !! change, where the.v were quietly bin Ted, and it will piobably print thy citizen if this order is not re- weie in Stanford for a few hours cense, und nttaehe- - n penalty of $0 oi married by Rev. W. S. Griiisti-ud-, may considered. We request that he be Monthly. for the transfer of it. The money 'the M. II Church, South. The bride the obituary of nuy other that Mr. and Mm. J. L. .McKee Riffe In.-- staited here. given 1111 opportunity to bo heurd in accuimiluted in this way is to be is a daughter of Mr. It. F. Johnson, were in Dan- - .spent The Knights of Pythias were the thei. and not arbitrarily nnd Mm. J. P. Riffe in the piupagutiou of fish und of Lust Loudon, and is one of Lonille Monday. contending bidders fur the big loft ut off from any defense. Affithe protection of game of till ikudsj don's piettiest Joung Indies, Miss Annie Dunn - visiting Mr?. The license must always be with the would make (in ideal club davits are 011 the way, showing con- a charm of manner which which 1ms endeared iter to a large and room or addition to their lodge looms chiMudy Mr. Ilnrgue's disconnection Daniel Traylor. hunter who owns it. Mr. Jenn Spragens, of Ellisburg, easing cncle of fiieiids. Mr. but the figure went a little high to Irom the Mountain Echo nearly two The fiist benefit of the new fishj was here for a shmt tiiuo Monday. Mibb is a splendid young man, who suit them, it is said. years ago." mid game law is expected to bo tho Mr. J. A. Dnird, of Danville, was restocking some 4'nme here from Stanford Coiisidt-rnblCopies opposition will be also wcio sent Senator of Kentucky sticnms with months ago t,t atccpt a position as found to the operation of another Bradley and tho Postmaster Gen- here for 11 shoit time Thursdny. fi-- h Executive by the Government Mi-- s visitMargaret MeCormack head clerk in tlio Louisville Store. printing office, it is said, 011 the eral. Agent J. Quincy Wind, of Pari-- , is He u one of the best retail eleil.s in The removal of Mr. McHiirgue was ed Mr. James 11. Woods, ut Stnufoid in coirespoiidemo with people along part of the officials of the Lincoln London, and bus iiiauv friends here. County National Bank, who suffeied peremptory, 011 charges having been this week. all the streams in the State, collectThe happv young couple lire making Miss Lena Riffe. of Covington, is ing iiifoimatiou against him. 'm patience for many years while the filed His dismissal as to just what kind tlimr home temporarily with the the uuest of Mm. J.imes Powell. of fish is wanted in e"ach section. bride'. parents, Thev hnc the best !. J.'s engines wero bumping nnd was briefly ordered in 11 letter. Mr. A. J. Adnnis nnd wife nnd The Government has never heieto-for- e wishes of all for a long and hnppv pounding above, hut who will not bo Miss Priscillu New hern motored to MANY FAILURES inclined, it is believed, to view with given Kentucky her "quota of life. Harrodsburg Sunday to visit Mrs. such eiiiinuimity the operation again iish, because theio was no protecIt. W. Keenoin But. Parisian Saoc Overcome Miss of such a nuisance ner them. tion for them; but the commission Butler Dayton. Kruopr's Hair Troubles. hopes to havo three trains of fish Miss Carrie Vivian Itutler and Mr. Summer colds are hard to get rid eaily in the fall for distribution. LoPARISIAN SAGE is not guaranBee Lick. J. L. Dayton, surprised their many of, and frequently lead to usthmii, cal fishermen will make nu effort to 011 The fanners suv they me glud to teed to grow hair by bald heads but friends by driving over to Hustonit is guaranteed the well known bronchitis, "and liny fever, Do not Focurc u supply for Dix river. see the rain and the sunshine. ville July 4th mill being joined in the druggist G. L. Penny to stop falling let your cold get 11 hold 011 you, but When the game wardens are chosMr. Elmer Proctor, of Wanetown, hair, eradicate holy bonds of matrimony at tho dandruff und stop use Foley's Honey mid Tar d en the merit system will bo applied, W. S, Willis, who per- IimI., visited his father mid mother, itching sculp, or money back. Sold homo of Rev. for quick rebel. W. II. Allen, uud a liulf doreu or so will bo ro I town in Ainerica by leading in formed the ceremony at 12 o'clock. Mr. uud Mrs. David Proctor. Chelsea, Wis., snys "Wo prefer tuiueil oil the stuff lo bo scut wherAmos Cardial and Morris Taylor, iliuggi-t- s for fit) cents bottle. Rend Foley's After which dinner was arranged at Honey mid Tur Compound to ever (hero is particular need of the Wuatherford hotel for tho bridal 'killed a mad dog last week. The Miss Ktuger's letter. "PARISIAN SAGE is the best other cough medicines bocuuso ii special service These men will dog hit two other dogs and made for party. Mr. Taylor, hair grower mid beuutifier mid dan- quickly cures coughs and colds. It expenses and extra compenThe hiidu is very accomplished Mr. Cardial, then on to I lost all my hair will ward off n cold if token in sation, und will bo chosen from in the field where they were nt woik. druff cure. unit one of the most popular young 1 was almost time." Contains no opiates, for sale mnong those who display especial Mr. "A. J. Seott has n enso of through typhoid fever; ladies of Lincoln County, and comes biildheaded mid my scalp was us by ShugiiM nnd Tanner. aptitude for tho work. I mumps, of n prominent family of people, who sore as roud be. I tried everything, There was 11 large crowd at tho but in vain. Finally 1 tried PARISmndo their home iu Hus'touville unKneciul music mid special pictures Mt. Vernon Merchant Dead. til some few years ago. She is tlio Childieii's Dav exercises nt Union IAN SAGE, und after using one bot- nt tho opern house, Saturday night. After 1111 illnoss of some months -church last Sunday, they had n nico tle my hair started to grow, and has econd daughter f Mr. nnd Mr. J. Judge J. T. Adums, aged C3 ycuM, u I grown three or four inches inside of T can make your old straw bats A. Butler, of MeKinney, Ky. Tho tune. Elmer Scott will leave in a few two mouths. I advise evpry woman look like new. Also clean and press retired merchant of Mt. Vernon, groom is the, eldest son of Mrs. Sura ' who wants beautiful Hospital. His body Pporin. III. to use .vnllP P,n,,lftB :,.- -, n.ve m. a trial ' dled ? Duyton. All wish him and his bride day for r, " )lac,ed tore8t '" Mm" There will be Sunday school at PARISIAN SAGE". Miss Mota M. iTrry Broaddus, next door to Trio- happiness und success through much 'ery- Browntowii Minn. Bethel chuith each Sunday at 10:30. ,ie their wedded life. KILLS HIGH PRICED JENNET ilt Another Lad Falls Off a Pony Harry Laekey, the maul" little (ton of Mr. nnd Mm. Will Lackey, of St. Louis, hud nu nrtu broken at the this week, iih u result of a fall off n pony. Mr. Lackey nnd family have been spending Nome time at Crab Orchnrd, with his father. 0. A. Lackey, and bis Histcr, Mm. J. 0. IMiley imd family. They drove through in Mr. Lackey's big touring cnr. The injury was u very painful one, to the little tellow. w ORGANIZE Mr. I fill PROTRACTED MEETING AT BAPTIST CHURCH Rev. J. W. Porter, Pastor of First Church of Lexinqton, Conduct- Inq Revival Services. . five-cour- i legislation. The Democratic Nn'tionnl Campaign will be managed by William F. McCombs who handled Wilson's fight for the nomination so successfully. Mid Bush, Inspector of Sewers of Winchester, almost threw the Winchester city council into pnnic nt its hist meeting when bo leJigned his position paying i?2.G0 11 day on the grourd tluit thero vns not enough worK to the office to make him earn his salary. It's n pity old Diogenes isu ro. Chnmp Chirk nnd Oscnr Underwood will cnll on Woodrovv Wilson this week to discuss democratic Rev. J. W. Porter, n powerful exponent of the Word, begun rovival services at tho Baptist church Tuesday night, which will continue through this week and next. Dr. Porter is pastor of the FiMt Baptist church of Lexington, and is one of t li n.g. be Charles D. Hillcs, secretary to President Taft, has been selected to head the republican national and munugc.Tnft's campaign IVijs Barnes. Penrose and others will constitute 11 board of strategy com-tnitte- the most prominent ministers of his denomination in tho south. Ho is editor of the Western Recorder, nnd takes a leading part in every big work of tho church. Notwithstanding the fnct that lightning in the afternoon, burued out a transformer, and made the uso of oil lamps necessary, a good sized crowd heard his first sermon on Wednesday night, which w.is 011 the subject of Backsliding. Ho said that ho still believes in an heaven nnd nn bell, mid intended to preach the good old doctrine without tho frills, that somo modern evangelists ue. Dr. Porter made a splendid impression in his first sermon. A good congregation heard him on Thursday morning, his subject being J A behind Hillcs. Prayer. tcm-poui- ty y, enr-toon- Ilrad-fordsvil- le. en s pos-essi- Com-poi.u- 11 re-tei- to 'an "me-Kruge- ing's discourse. , On Sunday afternoon at three o'Mrs. William Itanke was visiting clock, he will hold special sorvices Mm. J. M. Cress. Misses Kute for men, the subject being The Payne and Carrie Nuylor have re- Death Supper. Sunday night his subject turned from a isit to Corbin. Mrs. Sodom. will be Lot's Escapo from Josh Wilson. Jr., of Bee Lick, was visiting her brother nnd sister, M. F. Paint Lick. Lawrence and Mrs. P. E. I'nrrish. A family reunion is being held at Rock-cnstl- e, Charley und Cecil Smith, of the homo of Mr. T. D. Chestnut this were guests of Muster Joseph Mre. Chns. Burdette and weeek. Lun.i nnd Julia Misses Cress. daughters, Patsy and Alice and Mr. Blown and brother, Homer, visited Elmer Chestnut of Oklahoma, Mr. their grandfather, Tart Proctor, nt Tom Chestnut, Mrs. John Woods and Ottawa. Ky., and attended a big children, of Lexington, are expected Children's Day celebration nt Union, in a few days to join the happy Mm. W. C. Cummins visited her "home coming." fntber, Mr. II. F. Newlund, nt Cedar Two of E. C. McWhorter's daughCreek. Mrs. Eliznbeth Mullins was ters and Labnn Kirk F. L. Thompvisiting her niece, Mm. were hurt in the wreck on tho L & N. son. Rev. J. E. Roberts nnd wife railroad near Silver Creek last FriMere guests of their parents at Wal- day night. ton. Miss Rachel Foley, of Jellico, Joe Burrows, wife nnd daughter, nnd Mrs. Eliznbeth Archer nnd chil- of Beevitle, Texas., nre visiting his Tenn., were dren, of Gntliff, brother, J. S. Burrows, uud friends Mm. E. Foley. Mm. Mannda Blan of this vicinity. kenship visited relatives at Brod, E. L. Woods nnd Brandenburg bend. Mm. Frank Likens, of Grif Bros., arc shipping cattle and lambs fin's Stntion went to Richmond to to the Cincinnati market. tnke mcdicnl treatment under Dm. Mid Rose and w:ife entertained Gibson. After an operation for gall the young people last Friday night. stones wns completed she has steadElder C. W. Lambert, of Lexingily improved. ton, preached his last sermon at tho Miss Annie Bartels has been quite Paint Lick Christian church Inst sick. Sunday. Wells, of Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Revs. W. O. Weir and D. S. San-deDripping Springs .vere guests of Mr. of Millersburg, will begin n mid Mrs. E. L. Blnnton, near Ilrodprotracted meeting ut New Hope hond, nnd attended a "Holy Roller" church, July 19th. The young peobapti.ing, preaching services and ple of this place went to the camp communion service on Negro Crecek, meeting near Cal Tast, Madison Sunday. county, and took in the Peyton's Candidates for ' magistrato are cuve while there, also lunch on tho getting thick us fleas and nre run- ground. ning on every conceivable platform Stevenson and Muncy got tho that can be imagined. No doubt the contract for buiWing the consolidatwill be some relief, but not piiiunry ed school bidding of Paint Lick. until then will their Mrs. Margaret Sutton has returnimportunities be in anywise dimin- ed from n visit to her daughtor, Mrs. magistrate needed by Ben ished. The Hughes, nt Lnncnster. this district, nnd now is our chunce, Sirs. George Aldiidge is spending v oj'e who will Tnaks. Lis presence several days with her daughter-Mr- s felt nnd ran always hnvo the cour- Will Wndkius, near Lanenster. age to demand that our district shall Messrs. Roy Sanders and wife of havo a fnir share nnd an equnl Ninu, nnd Dave Sanders, of Lancasshow. No right thinking citizen will ter, have been Mr. atid Mrs. fail to see Hint we nre verv badly Jesse SandeM, o'f this place. miles left iu the mud. Of the 160 Miss Lee Herring, who has been of titrnpiko iu Lincoln county, only visiting Miss Mary Chestnut, has IS miles just tenth, nre found iu returned to her home ut LexingCiub Orchnrd Mngisterinr district ton. Mm. Joshua Dunn nnd two daughMercer Man In Mighty Bad. ters, Misses Mnria and H.uel, of T. J. Devine, u farmer, aged nbout Rosw-ell- , New Mexico, have been visfifty-fivliving in tho west end of iting Mrs. John Bryant.. Morecr county, is 111 jail at Har Th Misses Dentherage, of Richrodsbiirg under serious charges pre' mond, have been leccnt guests of fcrred by the local nuthoities, which Mfs.s Elizabeth Bryant. involve Devine with eriminnl and inMiss Hutchinson began teaching human t real men t of his two daugh nt Rice Academy Monday. Miss ters, aged twenty-tw- o and sixteen Margin et O'Heaiu at Mason school There wns considerable tnlk nt Ilnr- - house on same day. rodsbiirg for 11 while of doing De- J. I. Hamilton, while nt Richmond,,. vine bodily harm if not wreaking wns seriously injured by being kickjustice 011 him without the aid of ed in the stomueli by a Iiomc. the courts, but it has died down, nnd he is in jnil awaiting the action of For Sale. the authorities. Devine in a well-t- o A nice cottage 111 Danville 111 tk do farmer nnd tins a wife und sev- best residence part of the city. Well! eral children. sell at u sacrifice; also a farm efJ 10 acres of good land with .resi dence iu Lincoln county, a burpniii Loss ly Fire. Mr. nnd Mrs. J. W. Ilndgrlt. near for anyone who want- - n home; hm Kidd's Store lost their houe nnd have good lesidenee property In all of the contents by fire Mondnv Stanford, Ky. Any of this property nt noon except a few things. The win ue soni worm me money. A dress Lock Box 249. 1 fire started from a defected flue. ed. son-in-laht ng 11 e, 56-4- Preachersville. During a thunder storm ono evening Inst week, lightning struck and killed a good brood mure and a nice yearling filly belonging to Tuck Mil ler, of the Flat Woods section. A large barn on the Copper Creek pike was also struck by n bolt and burn- evening Dr. Porter preached a strong sermon on Sin nnd Friday mornine- - his subject was Zeal. On Friday evening he will speak on tho subject: Trumps; Saturday morning bis subject will be Seeing Christ; Sunday morning his subject On Thursday will be Love. 'rI Jr " j A,. y- !, fy t jf. r " ' r l l'l i T-H- J - ?T" w-ysn- E THE INTERIOR JOURNAL. STANFORD. KENTUCKY FRIDAY. JULY 12. HI2 mm V Bed Boom Suites Odd Dressers Odd Beds Odd Wash Stands Springs, Mattresses Dining Tables Parlor Tables Rockers, Chairs Wall Paper Carpets Mattings Rugs Druggets, Lace Curtains Shades, Pictures Trunks, Sewing Machines he 1 Interior Journal ..rroprUlof WtMMMrffnl Th B11ELT0H II. 8AUFLEY. otwHr In (femur whoU ol lh um of ilmpl or dMHlcrou w GrnMKtCurts RtMrtd In more eoMmtrafiM of "rht m ftmtoSe A TEAR STRICTLY IN ADVANCE l Entered af poitoffco t JSttnford DEMOCRATIC TICKET Fer President: WOODROW WILSON For Vice President THOS. R. MARSHALL Political Announcements nBosnmenti In thli totama cindidiln for officr, intijrtl to tb of Ih dtmocratie prlmirji For Ccngrtf Tbr COL. J. J. CH1NN, of A. SULLIVAN, of MJllon the method of wild on n dpttloB nharsiMopcia Mid almtJt In rarfnj thesneWet. . . . . ft. Y. WtrU. II wm Dr. n. V. Plrw, chief eonuUln phyilclMi to the Inrtlld' Hotel Mid etended ue ol ioij Soricl Initltote of Buffalo, N. Y., who fint edyocated the drape root, mandrake of our native roota, auch atl Got Jen leal and Oregon Thtie are the chief in.redlentt In Doctor and queen'i root, black cherryhark. Pierce'a Golden Medical Di.corery, which hat been to well and favorably known -.. for nearly hall a century. tonlo that natnr ha provided. y m "I dif.T. Donald M athkooh of .PjMiilnif. N. Y. fered for over flvo yrar with Svlmt tho doctow V1,'ll,.n.)r irj" ''A' ''.': tUUUal croullltori of the Homitch, rftil rmKlitlon of nmf, and iicrron ftntrf. to fl o at "ilhl rtc. top. cnoueh mix. blumnth. Bcntlan, rlnit-arb- . but aftrr wa no cro for nti.I nattirallr thouuht thf-rnadlnc what emlnont dootor yld of tho cnratlvp O"1"1 ot tholnarcdlonuof 'llolden Mrdlcal Ileovcry II cavolt nlto a fair trial. Took tho Dljcovory and fwllnatho (h;aant ," n.0 l'dlct and can truthfully tay I am inorle auhatMew, chool of phyilci" h imfetd h bn revlvrfvery widIy H" fMch. ,,Vrow S"li d erf lift. nrn GOING SOME! Are you f oinf to travel? Are you going to some springs for a little stay? Are you going to visit some friend for a few days? njflf;J "' r of action Ic trralloti pnnt We hl.tcttltnonlaf.andlf any doautRiic T"'?V(TI5V?,,jJ5 1 will put hlmwlso' to tho Uat 3. &Ki.iHeK.Eo, country HARVET HELM, of Lincoln CcmmonuioHVi Allorntf E1IMETT rURYEAR, of Bo;U W. B. BURCII, of Lincoln i. litnn Ft i Ttr Shtri J. a. WEATHEtlFORD. T. J. UILL If. S. DAUQUMAN B. W. 0IVEN8 Tot County Juifi 1. A. RICE M. T. NORTH Tot Circuit Clerk J. D. WEAREN W. M. DDNCAN Tor Jailor PEYTON PARRI8H OEORQE DEBOROE DINK FARMER WILUAM n. HESTER W. A. CARSON "' morning nt nine o'clock nnd called for its vjt"ry. Mr. Todd had been hick about one week. He leaves a wife nnd one child and hit mother, one brother nnd one sister, to mourn hm lo?5. Bee Lick. The dentil nucel viitvd Kugcne TotMV home on Wetlncstlay He's a Progressive Farmer. Mack Kubanks, who resides on the Stanford pike, him cut all weeds nlotiL' tlm run m front of hix farm covering n distance of a mile. All bushes have also been cut. This is a step in the right direction. If all farmers would follow the example set by Mr. Eubanks, visitors to the fair would form a better opinion of Boyle county. Let the good work continue. Danville Adocate. K. S. Alcorn attended the nnx'lin of the State liar Association at Louisville this week-1 lnt If so, yoi are oohhJ ! fore a k ?1. , W. AJribble HONESTLY &S j Hand Bag, Suit Case t. r'.r :1 ly Tir. JBv H .f . j. r. iioldam Mr. David Proctor is very low "' this writing. W. E. Tyler has bought a new bnc- We suppose he will biipcy ni'c now. or Trunk or all of them. Refined traveling luggage is as necessary as refined clothes. Our stock of traveling goods is like every other line we sell-t- K I t' It's the Best Polity . - if written by ' , FISH & BROMLEY The Insurance Specialists k For A'ttoior P. L. BECK. B. M. OWENS B U. BRONAUOtl P. 0. BANDIDOE 3. H. BOONE W. T. GARNER For llaoittnio Btanori Macriitirial iittrict: 3. T. ROBERTS WILLIAM FIELDS J. D. EADS JOSEPH L. GOODS Suljict I gtpvtlUan primary Orchard MafUttrial dirtritU W. K. DILLION JOHN KENNEDY ,. I . Stanford, trwci Kentucky nlBSj., fr 1 Promptly lecaise Tfcey Piy JlOOc on the Dollar ILegal Rates r -- Craft r The Advocu'te, which hasn't seem ed to care how near the truth it came in its statements in the present con Saturday Last day of one of the most money saving sales for the people ever pulled off in Stanford. PRICES always LOW, and you have only a short time now. Get what you want while our stock is no more broken. gressional race, just so it could say something it figures might hurt Harvey Helm, said Tuesday that the Helm leaders are conceding Adair to Sullivan by a big majority. Nothing but the "shorter nnd uglier word" will properly apply to such a statement. The Helm leaders know that he will sweep Adair one end to the other, and are conceding Sullivan nothing except his own county, and he's going to have to step some to keep that. Mark this prediction. The Danville Advocate complains that Congressman Helm did not get enough "Jobs" for the Eighth dis- -' trict out of the democratic congress. Well, as Mclntyre bus ulready gotten the Resident Secretaryship from what's he kicking about f He's got his'n. As we've remarked before, it looks like the biggest thing in this congressional race, according to the Advocate's point of view, is the lobs. Jere Sullivan Sam Robinson Stanford, Kentucky i - A writer in the Advocate, whose identity we strongly suspect, says ho spent Tuesday in Harrodsburg and that Jere SullLVan will carry Mercer county by 600 majority over Harvey Helm. If Judge Sullivan gets as many as 600 votes in that county, or any other county in the district oirtside of his own, wc will be greatly surprised. Elbert Elder has been on the sick list. S. E. Owens and M. M. Taylor will Somerset. begin their contract to build a new Mw William Meck nml daughter, school house near Brodhend. lJdhii FnTenct i,cckf of Stanford. pushed through this city Friday en .. .,. fmm vial, ... rii:..u A. iM. Jsason, farming near Canaan rm,ip Me., was badly crippled with scintic nt Lock No. 21. theiimatism due he says to uric acid John M- - p Thatcher, Esq., who tn his blood. "Foley's Pills cntnely has been visiting his parents at his cured me nnd also removed numer- - plnce for the past three weeks, re- ous hUrk pecks that were eontinu- - turned Sunday to New York City, W. L. Malone, of Huctonville, is ally before my cjes." Foley Kidney Fills are a unc acid solvent nnd nre ncr visiting his daughter, Mrs. effective for the various forms of -' vcster .Newton, W. U. Hansford, Jr., spent Sun rheumatism. Shugnrs & Tanner. day with friends at McKinney and Standing in L. L. Sanders' Contest. Junction City. Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Mershon snent Mrs. W. D. NewJand 433,890 Sunday with their daughter, Mrs, at Danville. Lillie Garner 388 818 C'auu"e Pennybacker, stopped off in Lincoln : loi'm ' Mr8, Mershonwill Nanni IIolman county and visit her daughter, Mrs. Dove Gnrner 321,516 Mrs. A. C. Hill. Mrs. Thomas Peacock, of Robbius, Susie Butt 270,028 ' Eva Fletcher 217,988 Jfnn" " tto pieat of Mrs John I "esley. bhe is accompanied by her 101,492 ' pretty Jittle daughter. Georgia. Ida Lee Campbell Cecil Garner Mr. nnd Mrs. 11. H. Singleton, of 124,690 Hnttie Bogie fil,887 Wayncsburg, have been guests of lnelr friends, Mr. and Mrs. G. T. Mahala Howard 51,67, Gooch .. Mr- - Sin ,rton u Bertha Rogers 3fl,594 nent jumber mnn of hti fcec,jon. Bessie Reynolds 15,490 Somerset Times. Nell Davis 2,602 His Landlady's Advice George L. Higbie, Manton, Mich., Probably Saved His Life used Foley Kidney Pilis for Kidney I feel that Dr. Kilmer's Swamp-Ronnd bladder trouble. He says: "I saved my life. I inherited find for my case no other medicine weak kidneys. The discharge was equals Foley Kidney Pills for bene- so frequent and painful that I would ficial effect." They are safe nnd have to stay in bed to obtain temrelinble medicine for kidney trouble porary relief. I consulted cood phy and rheumatism. Contains no harm- sicians but the results were disapful drugs. For Sale by Shugars nnd pointing. My landlady advised me to try Swamp-Roas the last reTanner. sort, which I did and I was quickly ' relieved. I continued taking Swamp-RoWe are in positiou to do all kinds and my weight has increased fifty of concreting, such as Block Work, Pavements, and in fact, we can make pounds. My health is of the best and I have many others about anything from a honse down to a Dr. Kilraers'stold Swamp-Roand have fence post. Call and get out prices done a lot of good in this way Your before yon buy your material at wonderful medicine is of great value least. to mankind. PHILLIPS BROS., Stanford, Ky. Yours very truly, J. II. BRDXBY, 835 Main St. Pawtucket, R. I, The above statement made before me I declare to be truthful in every detail. Thomas Marsden, Notary Public. -ot ot vry best. $3-5t- o ffiTilSSi" $12-5- 0 cheap rrTdes at' $ 1 . 50 1 3. 50 Inulcr.fid,J7.50ud$10 Trunks, $3.50 to $10.00. These are first quality goods. They are good lookers. They will please you and you will feel proud carrying them. H. J. McROBERTS Stanford, Kentucky DEPOSIT RANK OF STANFORD, chartered March , 1154. It's successor: National lank sf Stanford, organized June 2, IM5. Recognized as concretiWg ot First National Bank OCTOBER 3, I8t2. ot This Bank has been In successful and uninterrupted operation for 58 years, and Is worthy of the confidence of of tho public. Open an account with us today. J.L.Beazley &Co temfKOfSKi fcgHfJH rfj RFASTI COLORS TO Mclntyre said in the Advocate vote for Sullivan was a vote for him, but as Judge Sullivan says he hasn't promised Mac that job, the good democrats of Boyle won't feel impelled to trade off Harvey Helm for any such clap trap. thata AND EM. ALMERI. ALIO DEAL ER IN FURNITURE, MATTINGS, RUGS. THEY WILL EXCHANGE FURNITURE FOR ALL KINDS OF STOCK. GIVE THEM A CALL. PRICE UNDERTAKER Dr. Kilmer k Co., Blnghamton, N. Y. Prove What Swamp-Root Letter to 1 Will Do Bing-hamto- n, To Whom It May concern On June the first, E. D. Pennington, County Survayar 52-68- GUARANTEED FAST-- . aUNvANDWATtR 7 .Ittf.YH flit SftH ?' a i'JU 1 Ira7l Jl I F, 11 1 kSKj Many people will try to hand you something but few want to hand you the best of it. The Danville Advocate terms tho citizens of Lincoln county its "greedy neighbors." Genera) Farm Surveying Phone 172, StMford. 1 For You. Send to Dr. Kilmer k Co., N. Y., for sample bottle. It will convince anyone. You will also receive a booklet of valuable information, telling nil about the kidneys and bladder. When writing, be sure to mention the Stanford Interior Journal, Semi-Weekl- y. to put a Detroit Vapor Oil Stove I have put it to almost every test and can say it has given entire satisfaction in every respect. MRS. J. 14. CARTER, JR. up for me, and I had Mr. Hig-gi- ns Ky. I Druggets and Furniture until August 1st A few -- Special prices on Matting. second-han- d FIRE INSURANCE and SURETY BONDS K. M. HIWLAM3) STAMFORD, KY. Buggies and Surreys cheap. Also two good Jersey cows. W.RHiggins Stanford, Ky. KmiJmmmmakmmmWmWWw1 G. B. PRUITT, rr? ML .ft ' f tllSA tm V fad WRFAST sure evarlastiag proof against lis . ...,. iw MfaMMM M " fcotfe Mtaac aaa wwr akvttlafc ftstiv!y GUARANTEED instead. This is other mattings. etdf M ef its war sWrraatagas cam be sewed like any carpet, odor at al, It Ims dart aaa't aift through k oaaitary haautif id dainty ay to kes dean aad, bat tterMadeolon-eefdltspriMwWt scare and Wei cfcaerfally alow yon a alee aawrtoen eov- , - Tmmmm-m-- m - akk floor d -, . M . w mm oiflK ... a ,;IMJfWI !- "JUST THINK OF !T!" ... ! Pili;w JUv. Ba WIHAMtflw. AMH nvn-vF-wMW,.M- Sllkjl frllas mIi mt ftka mu canaot J. C. McClary ' ye' . mmty ,i,rf lew-jriee- -- L L SANDERS. CiAIMCHAjt, KY UNDERTAKER ANB EMBALMER STANFORD KENTUCKY. Office PtMM 117. Hwm PhM 3. SPRING SUITING My new spring and summer sam ples are now ready for your inspec ' tion. They comprise the best on THERE IS REAL PAINT and also some st,uff mixed with the market. I can suit anyone as to cheapening materials that is not price who bad bis clothes made to worthy of the name. If you have order. A suit made to your measure bad experience with the latter kind is preferable to ready made clothes. yon To have them made to measure yon don't want apotner. haven't take our advice and don't doesn't cost any more than ready Buy our rnal paints made when eulity and fit is conexperiment. ana save yourseu uisappoinwoeni sidered. Come in and let me take your measure. and mnnv nn w11. StMferd. KyJ H. C. Rviley, The Practical Tailor. J. A. ALLEN. m&mmmWmmmmmlfrlBmWmmmmmmf A Substantial Surplus statement of this bank troller showed a surplus of at the last call of the comp- $100,100 n This large sum is made up of earnings which have been left intact, in order to add to the financial strength of the Bank, and further guarantee the pafety of depositors. This is a SAFE bank to intrust your funds. Lincoln County National Bank Corner Next to Courthouse. Stanford, Ky. &Att rateai.jim ".V.i -- 'Kt' JL" L"!ii ,7 i'L2LMHfi tTCj$a ' THE IHTEWIOW JOURNAL STANFORD, KENTUCKY FRIDAY. JULY 12, 1112 Junction City. HENRY L. CASEY. D. V. S. Mrs. Bud Myero, of (leorirctown, is the guest of Mrs. B. I). Medrnw. Veterinarian. Mtxtlnmei B. 0. Vox nnd J. V. Itnw-ling- s, of Danville, nnd Mrs. V. II. Former Director Animal Industry Hnrtmnn, of Mncon, Oa were visPhillipine Islands. ExVeter- iting in this city Tuesday nftcmoon. inarinn U. S. Army Mr. nnd Mrs. Willinm 'Prosper hnve Jcturr.ed from Corbin, where tliev Office Lagan's Stable, Phone 432, visited the Intter's mother, Mrs. Agent American Hog Cholera Serum. Norvell. Prof, and Mrs. T. A, ., Danville, Ky. of Cynthiann, nre visiting Mix I.uln Cox. Mr. II. S. Keithly, of Wheeling, W. Vn hns been with friends in this city rcceitly. Miss Almn nnd Mr. Oniric Cosby were called to Danville Tuesday on business. Miss Gertrude l?iehnT1on is visiting .Mr. nnd Mrs. KriiestHieh-nrdso- n Ilen-iick- Want Long Hair? And you would like long hair? Rich, heavy hair? Beautiful, luxuriant hair? That 1$ perfectly natural, and we are here to help you. Aycrs Hair Vigor is a great aid to nature in producing just the kind of hair you desire. Do not be afraid to use it. No danger of Its coloring your hair. The ingredients are all given on each label, thus enabling your doctor to wisely advise you concerning its use. Consult him freely. He knows. . in Morelnnd. Mr. nnd Mrs. James Hall, of For Rent. A nice new srx room .Louisville, nnd Miss Mario Sharpe. cottage with bath. Apply to Mrs.J of Anderson, Ind., nre guests of George Givens. Mrs. Mary Prances Wells. Mrs. W. day to visit relatives nnd friends. T. Iticlinrdsnn nnd Miss Sarn n Their friends nnd relatives here MUs Jennie Dnncnn, of Lancaster, NoTo the County Supervisors. visited Mr. and Mis. John will extend hearty congratulation bus returned Iioinc nfter n visit to tice is hereby given thnt July 27th Jones in Stanford Tuesday. to Mr, nnd Mrs. Wenrcn Hail, upon her sister Mrs. Charlotte Wnrrcn. Mr KVodri-- k is thn Inst day for filing county rond Kelley left Tuesllu. birth .f ti httle daughter at their Misses 1'cnri Coilier and Al Plcns-nnt- s. claims. G. H. Cooper, Clerk. day to visit Mrs. Roberts in Rowhome in Kansas City. Ma by th t. c. ateh ro . lw.ii. ui of Crnb Orchard, were here, land. Mr. and Mrs C.ic Moser hnve re- Thursday for n short time. Mr. Alex Surber, of Shelby City, is erirt or omo cirr or 1 car do, turned home from their bndnl tour. SOCIAL and PERSONAL lccai COllCT. Miss Mary Hurdette went to Crnb Tliev will make their future home nt Fjuxx J. Cnutt mikt oth that t It tralor denting in the store of Mr. II. C. Orchard Friday to be the guest of putnrr ot the arm or F. J. Clitstr A Co, dome Catron. I Hoarding House. tnd sine the Cllf ot liuflorM Miss Pcnrl (oilier for several days. mlofruid. in nd thit uid Toledo, counlf tbc ium ot Air. niul Mrs. J. II. ri.ter hnve the limn firm will Mr. F. K. WVsterfieM ,0f parj:s. Mis. John .Shanks, of Columbus, M tub .! home from Detroit, .Mich., Mr. nnd Mrs. Sam Haselden und ONE ot nCNDRCO DOLLARStie cured tr the ue vl ville. visited his Mwler, Mrs. returned rue CiTiitnn tint cannot In., i here visiting ber mother, Mrs. J. R. children, of Lnncnster, were here a IltU'a Canaan Cmt. rnANK . CHENEY. where they spent Hiveiul days. Steele, Tnc-dn- y. Mr. E. B. Sweeney Lelin took. Mr. Shanks Is on n In mj prrMDce. short time Thursdnv. Sworn to before me and has returned from Burnside, where Mif &arn Hundley. Lo litis been business trip to New Yorv. ot December, A. D- - lite, Misses Sue Taylor nnd Nannie tan tin dr he went to attend the meeting of the A. W. OLEASOX, attending a house partx lit l i i Miss Kay Snllee is ut home from NoTaar rxiuc. directors of the Cumberland Groreturned hmo Wednesday. Northhampton, Mass., where she Woods Euglemnn, have returned I iUL I home G. C. AnlUil'a Catarrh Cur la tatrn tntrrnallr and acta cery Co. Mrs. J. F. Collins, of Richn completed the course in Clark's dersonnfter Mt.visit to Mrs. dlreetlT upon the blood and nucoua aurfacea ot tba Mr. Wnllnce Withers, of LexingSterling. ut mond, who has been with her daughrratem. bend tor teetlmonlala. free. r. j. ciie.ney a co, Toledo, a ter, Mrs. Robert ton, in licrc vitdting relatives ntid School for the Deaf. Harrodsburg Little Miss Virginia, nnd Master Burke, icturned Sold br all Dnirauta. tte. Herald. fnrndn. lake ilau a Famiie Ptiu rnr ronetlpatlon. Lexington home Wednesday. Mis-.eMary and Jennie Ilnnkin, Charles Lutes, ofgrandmother,lire here visiting their Mrs. n Mrs. C. Sf. Pcnnbnkcr and Mrs. Albert Linney nnd little son of Lancaster nnd their visitor, Mrs. All perTo Pike Contractors. hae been visiting Iier Hiiter, Crickt Cojle, of Richmond, were Wilcher. Zerplui Hiuoks and Marion sons having contracts for repairing have returned from a vis.it to Miss Misses Mury Burdcttc in Stanford. Mr. A. C. Hill. here Monday afternoon. Berry, of Atlanta, Gn., arc the turnpike roads, will please forward The I. X. L. ranch and Wild Bill of. Morrland, MLs Jennie Mover, Yeagcr and little guests of Mist Mollic Brooks at and execute their bond. Judge J. P. Mrs. William gave an exhibition in this city Tuesiii visiting Iier fntlicr, Mr. Fred daughter have returned to their Crnb Orchard. 51-Bailey, Judge. day evening. The recent wet wenth-c- r home nt Westboume, Tenn., nfter n .Momt nt Oilbcrt's Creek. Mr. and Mrs. Alex West nnd Mrs. in Kentucky has made the last MIm Mnrtha Garrett has returned visit to relatives here. Her sister. Robert Embry, of Lancaster, were Stop, look at our window Croquet named somewhat wilder than usual. Richmond after a Miss Mnttie McClnrv returned home the guests of Mrs. W. B. O'Bnnnon to her home nt Sets from 75 cents to $3.50. PenMrs. J. R. Steele is confined to with her for a visit. Friday. to Mis Allic ItiiKHell Fish. her bed by illness. Miss (ame Wado hns- returned to Mrs. A; G. Holland, of New York, ny's The Reinll Store. Mies Mary Shepherd Cook has re- her home nt Walnut Flnt, nfter n arrived Friday on a visit to Mrs. Mrp. Thomas E. Cosby, Is very low t to rcla-t- it pleasant two weeks visit to her Jackson Givens of Pittsburg, Kv. turned home nfter n Insure with the leadinq com nt Iier home here, nnd, the end is exex in Somerset and Monticcllo. Mrs. Givens nnd Miss Mnry Givens panies. Fish & Iromlev represent pected at any time. uncle, W. W. Wade at Corbin. Minn Susie Roberts, of Junction Chan. Lutes wan over from "Lex- were in Cincinnati Tuesday to Fri- them. All lines. To the Teachers of Lincoln County. City, was in town for a short time ington Friday. He reports that MNs day to meet her. , idnesdav. Every parent, guardian or other Jennie Wilcher. who is in a hospitnl Sale or Rent. McKinncy For SHORT LOCAL NEWS Mrs. W. M. Poynter, of Wnlnut there is showing much improvement Coal & Feed property. If not sold person residing in the boundary of Ylat, in veiling her parents and which will he good news to her ninny by the first of July will rent. This tne Lounty bchool Distnct Law, and Ohio Ensilage Cutter used one sea- is the business part of the property having the custody, control or supfriends nt home. other relatives nt London. 55-'- J. Margaret Woods and son: for sale. W. H. Iliggins. Misses consisting of one lot, 150 feet at ervision of nny child, r children beSidna Misses Theresa Bethel, Hush Allen nnd their railroad track, one coal bin 02 feet tween the ages of seven nnd twelve White, Mary Bodes nnd Chan. (Veil, Elizabeth Rhode Island lied bens for sale long, one warehouse 30x60 feet an- yenrs, inclusive, shnll cause such brother, Julian of Millersburg, nre of Iinville, nre the guests of Mi the guests of their grandpnrcnts, cheap. Mrs. W. J. Edminston, Crnli other warehouse office and scale child or children to be enrolled in Kntherine Itcid. t. Orchard. Mr. nnd Mrs. E. P. Woods. building combined 24x52 feet, and a and to attend some public or private Rev. A. A. Higgins, of Misses Allie nnd Bessie Ynntis first class wagon scale in connection day or parochial school, regularly sev-ereaine home Wednesday to Bishop McCoy, of Birmingham, slopped over here n short time beproperty in tor the full common school or graddnvs uith lux parent, Mr. nnd tween trains Friday on their wnv to Ala., will preach nt the Methodist Best piece of business the town of McKlnney, first class ed school term, in each year in the Mr. W. II. Hiirgn. InnenMer. Miss Allio Yantis had church here Saturday night nnd territory for business, trade bow es- common school district of the counSunday, July 20. rind 21. Dr. W. E. tablished on Coal feed lime cement ty in which such child or children Mis Ellen O'Neal Scott bn? re- been visiting Miss Hess Yantis nt Arnold, Presiding Elder, will be with salt, brick. For any further infor- may live in this commonwealth. turned home fiom a very pleasant Her init nt Pnn1 nnd Covington. Mr. M. A. Rcnrley, of Lnncnster, him, as it is a quarterly meeting mation in regard to this property, If there are any children in your bdtween the ages of sevbrother, Cnpt. W. 0. Scott came with who has been visiting her dnughtcr, occasion. call to see or write E. 0. GOOCH, en nnd twelve inclusive, thnt are not McKinney, Ky. her and will vpend hevernl days with Mrs. Will Hays, was colled home An increasing number of people attending school, you should at once Wednesday on the account of the the hotnefolk. For Sale. Two fine upright notify your trustee and the County Mi- Yenger left Thursday illness of her son Mr. J. A. Bcnzley. report regularly of the satisfactory Nancy from taking Foley Kidney pianos; will sell at a sacrifice, and Board of Education through, the will Mrs. Hays returned home with her results for Prttidiurg, Pa., where Pills nnd commend their healing and one player piano. Address B. C. County Superintendent of the name Mrs. Johnson. Her and Sent the tiny. visit her nunt, Foley Kidney Fulton, caTe Interidr Journal of- of parents or guardians of such Attorney George curative qualities. Commonwealth's Ycngcr went as mother, Mr. Sti-n- n 40-3- t. Virgil McMullin, Superchildren. Pills nre a carefully prepared medi- fice, Stanford, Ky. D. Florence went to Louisville Wedfar an Iouisville with her. 56- -. visor of Schools. nesday afternoon to tnke part in n cine, guaranteed to contain no harmMr. I M. Suter, who represent Marshall Herring, of Hustonville, Duty ful or habit forming drugs. They Centrnl Insurance meeting of the republican state centho Kentucky of the Supervisor of Schools. can have only a beneficial effect went 'to Somerset with his two famhere, hns gone to Lexington to ac- tral committee, of which he is the shnll be the duty of the Superblood hounds, trailing safe blowIt from the Eighth district. when used for kidney and blndder ous The huge safe of the Somerset visor of schools to Mr. Suter member cept n better assist in super ers. had been in this city nearly a jear Contest from Boyle nnd Fnyettc troubles, for backache, rheumatism, Milling Co., was blown open and $80 vising the rural schools, to act ns weak back or lumbago. Shugars & who counties will be settled nt this meetnnd had made mnr.y friend A substitute teacher under direction of were secured by the robbers. him leae. Mr. II. ing, it is understood. Judge Lewis L. Tanner. regretted to heavy rain prevented the dogs, from the County Superintendent, and to S. S.)mervillc, of Cynthiann, will Wnlker, of Garrard, went down on net ns truant officer, in accordance continuing the trail. Services nt the Presbyterian' the trnin with Mr. Florence. the laws governing the attentnke his plnee here. church on Sunday July 14th. Bible O. P. Huffman has bought out lus dance of pupils in the rural schools. School at 9:30. Morning service nt Supervisor should visit the schools 11 o'clock, subject "The Right Use old meat market from John G. Lynn 2. r 1 Bich-nrdsofiO-t- Mlm 0io Fnrmcr is visiting Miss Llxle Singleton nt WnyncNburg. Mjhh Dollie Wik-hew visiting her uncle Mr. J. J. Myers, tit Marccllus. Miss Mary Portmnn, of Liberty, is the guest of Miss Pcnrl Gentry. V. ('. Shanks was in Louisvillo thin week on hunincM. Mr. Snllio Sniiilcy is nt Crnb Orchard Spring for several weeks. Mrs. (.'. M. Sipiile, of Jumbo, bus hns been the recent guents of Mr. ( J. Sipplc nnd family nt London. Mis Niinnia Kennedy, of Mon gomery, Ala., is here on u visit to her parents, Mr. and Mrs. E. Kennedy. Miss Veriia Itout has returned homo from Louisville, after ,n vinit to brother, Mr. Heverly Itout and wife. Mr. Richard W, H.-kennd Misses Mary nnd Margaret Hoeker, if Untwis City, Mo., nro tho guests of Mr. J. S. locker nnd family. r -- Notice. 5 per cent, penalty added to. school tax July 20tb. L. R. Hughes. pMpfe an tick lack vUikf 53-- 8. T ml Put r liwlirs' nosn nlnsses. fastened to n black button. Reward tor return to Mrs. L. II. Cook. Oo-t- r 3 MASONS' MEETING t A pMfk. The? u4 reirtrr twcr. Scott's Emulsion kriafi mw tile t nuk walt ami vitalky to it (itm mmiuiUiy. vifr Hcntt A Itownr. moomfit Id. ANDrmggUn. N.J 12-- 9 Dr. A. S. Price, of Stanford, sold bis rsi.Vnce and three acres of ground on Richmond street in this city, known ns the Cnpt. White property, to Mr. G. P. Terrill, for Mr. Terrill now occupies the property. Lnncnster Record. No burners to get out of order, no wicks to bother with when yon buv nn oil w'icklcss cooker from W. II. G3-Higgins. Lincoln Lodge No. 60, F. & A. M.. meets in stated communication on each first and third Monday nights of each month, at 7 o'clock in their hall on Main street, Stanford, Ky., Members of sister lodges fraternally invited to bo present. II. C. Carpenter, Secretary. Iit Miss Lucy Peterson, of Cynthiann is the fccft of Miss Icnn Palmer. Mr. D. M. Steplienon and Mis PnMio Ktephenson wero in Cnb Orchard Friday on business. , Mr. J. R. Harris nnd Mis.s Kntli-eriu- e Harris went to Lncnstcr Fri- Your Salads ' standard in food value. Can't be made much more appetizing if you get your Olive Oil from us. We test our Olive Oil owl accept none that isn't up to the UJ v --- ft tr -5 lubf-rtbe- is OUR OLIVE OIL made from the ripest fruit from the oldest orchards of Europe, where Olives reach their greatest It is the most state of perfection. economical for you to buy and the best for medicinal purposes. jj 'U! s oliil-drr- -- 2. At PENNY'S, The Rexall Store. .IL - vi-.i- 55-3- Gla-go- w, nl sub-distri- ct pot-itio- m-- m !nc& l"Vv; fc "& The Old - Oaken Bucket hs often ns possible, inspect oung Peo and is ready to serve all of his for- premises, records nnd see that the of feeling Religion . the mer customers with the befct nnd pies' Meeting at 7 P. M. No. evening course of study is faithfully en p freshest meats of all kinds. Pfl II C forced, nnd that only efficient methods nre used. Some counties have several Supervisors. Lincoln county has but one, Virgil McMullin, who is experienced in school work, and will visit all the schools as soon ns possible, nnd report to the County Board of Education. G. Singleton Supt. 5G-- 1 50-2- Everything at Cost During the BIG SALE i. i Watch Programme of Picture Show Hand Bills for Filled to the brim with cold, clear purity no such i9r. water nowadays. Bring back the old days with a glass or bottle of at DANGER IN DELAY Opera House, Saturday Night Music by Stanford Orchestra (UMMINS jfr WEAREN Stanford, Kentucky, Home of H.S. Kidney Diseases Are Too Danaerous For Stanford People to Neolect The great danger of kidney trouble is that they so often get a firm hold before the sufferer recognizes them. Health will be gradually It makes one think of everything that s pure and wholesome and delightful. Bright, spark- ling, teeming with palate joy it s your soda fountain old oaken bucket. Our new booklet, r rrGGtcllinP of Cola vindication at Chattanooga, for the asking. Demand the Genuine 11 made by Carpet Samples Stanford. Ky. For Rugs, at Cost Coca- - In Axminsters, Wilton Velvets, etc. Size 54 by 27 inches. iWhtnever Vou ite mi THE COCA-COL- CO CA. ATLANTA, 'Arrow think cf Con-Col- 2i Hughes, Martin & Co. headache, Backache, lameness, soreness, nervousness, lumbago, urinnry troubles, dropsy, gravel nnd Brights disease may follow ns the kidneys get worse. Don't neglect your kidneys. Help the kidneys with Bonn's Kidney Pills, which are so strongly recommended right here in Stanford. Dawson Barnette, Rowland, St., Stnnford, Ky., snjs: "Somo time ago I had a severe fall nnd tliis together with tho jarring to which I am sub ject ut my work, brought on kidney trouble. For several days I could hardly get about on account of the terrible pains in my back. I also noticed that the passages of tbc kidney secretions were irregular, at night. I decided to cure my trouble before it became chronio and as I knew Doan'a Kidney Pills to be good for such complaints, I began their use. Before I bad finished tho box, I was entirely cured and hnve had no kidney trouble since." For sale by all dealers. Price 50 cents. Foster-MilbuCo., Buffalo, New York, sole agents for the United States. Remember the name Doan's and tnke no other. rn t M. All Wool Clothes B. V. D. x UNDERWEAR The Comfortable Kind W.'E. PERKINS Crab Orchard, Ky THE INTERIOR JOURNAL, STANFORD. KENTUCKY FRIOAY. JULY 12, 1812 H. B. Northcolt Live Come To The Old Fashioned Country Fair Under the Auspices of Diadem Lodge, No. 81, Knights of Pythias, ; at Stanford 'l 1 mish In and Dressed Pwltry, :r J Eggs, Ice, CeaI,Wo1, Fors Hides, Salt, lime, Feath- ers, Ginseaft etc. Ph3e Lanoastar. Ky Branch House, AUGUST 21, 22 and 23, 1912 For Catalogue and Particulars, write J. F. CUMMINS, Secretary. Oficial Notice of '220-pouthrea-jeur-o'.- l i$ m t :r. ?Jfc I?. II. Crow, tbo prominent Shcloy City fnrmer, sold to Mjcrs nnd Tucker, the Ilustomillc buyers, last Stanford, Ky. week 25 bogs nt soven cents nnd to J, C. Johnson 85 lambs K.TUDOR, Mgr. nt neen cents. PHONE 153. I. S. Tcvis, of tbe Shelby City secd tion, sold n splendid jack to Honolulu parties for $1,000 THE FARMERS He bought tbe jack as a wennlmg for $150. Posted Clins. Semonis. Monte Fox, tbe prominent Boyle Mr. Tobacco Gn.wcr. Oct that county buyer shipped n train load Tobacco Hail insurance now, before high cluss export cattle to New tbe Hail cornea. It costs no more. of York and Philadelphia from Shelby 47-t- f. M. Newlanil, Agent. R. week. There were 20 enr For Sale. Sow nnd ten pigs, very City last f loads and were bought nt 7 112 to 50-t- f. II. I). Phillip. ,finc stock. 8 cents per pound. The aggregate W. II. Mnrphv, of the Ilustonvillc amount pnid for 'them was between noM n bunch of fat Sjm'rc, 3U,UUU. Among thoso f4U,t)U0 nnd hogs (o It. D. Holtzelaw this week, who delivered these cattle. Messrs. lor which lie pot o 4 cents a S. T. Harris, J. U. Honakcr, Perk 'pound. Ingram, Wortbington and McMnkin, The Henry Clay Tire Insurance furnished u averaging 1,.20 pounds Company, represented hero by 11. M. Cobb, .'10 1,425 pound cattle Ne,wland, has made n satisfactory at 8 cents per pound; Phelps Cobb settlement with Jns II. Woods for 40 1,320 pound cattle at 7 2 cents the damage to his tobacco by bail per pound; David Hankin 05 1,320 recently. pound cattle. I. S. Tovis, tbo prominent Lincoln Charley Lutes, who is making bis hendquaiters in Lexington, buying county farmer nnd stockman, was horses, mules etc., during the sum- in this city yesterday, says the Danville Messenger, and stated that be mer recently bought n tenin of bad n mnn come out from tbe exhorse mules of E. McCor-macof the West End for $275 and periment station, nt Lexington some mare mule of L. P. time ago, and vaccinated about 150 a Nunnelley for $175 nnd a load of hogs and pigs. He said these hogs 500 yearlings of different parties nt were apparently perfectly healthy, and recently they began to die, until from 5 to 5 4 cents. ten steer, spot on he bad now lost twelve bogs and Estrav. Dark red piir, nnd they continued to die, be its forehead; marked in right ear; reward for Teturn to W. L. Cordier. was not only suffering the los of T. Lehigh Portland Cement We buy Lehigh Portland Cement in car lots. Have a fresh car now, All in cotton sacks. Primary Electki Pursuant to nn net of the grtiernl assembly of the Commonwealth of Kentucky passed at its 1912 session and approved by the Governor of the Commonwealth, on March Gth, 1912, providing for the nomination of candidates for office by political pai tips at primary elections and for plnclnir Dm names of candidates to lie voted for on the ballots. I, G. n. Cooper clerk of the Lincoln County Court, do certify that for Congress in tbo 8th congression-n- l of Kentucky, the following named persons have (nullified as candidates for congress in said di trict, subject to action of Democratic parly at a primary election to be held on Saturday, August 3rd, 1912. di-ti- ict to-w- it: WheilithC Wk .j. 'f'.'-'Jm.V'-X-.. X . : r..;------:3-3r3v'.J' rrjo. 200-p'on- rB mmm mssmsm mmrrBPaTtrxwii S&.fiH&. V aw fBijsl'W'i mare . . mis an "jess iv TVw o. y t 1-- Hit-har- d J. H. Baughman & Go. Phone 1 1 .Stanford, Kentucky. I'ltitsii t.'. - r.r' - w ?:..' ?:WfrxM-'.SK,3'. Fat7F.yy7i-- F : fro 'Jr " 1-- Hnrvcy Helm. Stanford, Ky. A. Sullivan, Hichmond; Ky. And I further certify that the fol-- l lowing named person bus iinlificd as n aendidatu for Congress in the 8th Congressional District, subject to 'I lie action of the Itepubltcan .party nt said piimary election over A J. T AY up a reserve fund against the future. Bad crops, misfortune or a great financial opportunity may come. Be prepared. Step in and talk it over today. Be wise in timethis time. Start a savinqs account today. dollar will do it. to-w- k. The Perfect Laxative For Elderly People Ac baa Its attractions no leas than youth la a more .arena and quieter life. Sal It la this very Ufa or rest without uSclent exercise that brings with It those disorders that arise from Inactivity. Chief of these are a chronic, persistent constipation. Most elderly people are troubled In tMa way, with accompanying- symptoms after f belching, drowsiness lassitude. eating, headaches and general there Is difficulty of digesting area light food. Much mental trouble asienas. as It Is hard to find a suitable remedy. First of all the advice may be ftvea that elderly people should not use alts, cathartic pills or powders, waters ay any of the more violent purgatives. What they need, women as well as men. la a mild laxative tonic, one that Is to take and yet acta without The remedy that fills all these ana has In addition toalc ly properties that strengthen the stomach, fIver and bowels. Is Dr. Caldwell's Syrup Pepsin, which thousands of elderly people use. to the exclusion of all other remedies. Trustworthy people like A. B. Tlgrett, Oaklawn Farm, Newbern, Tenn., and Mrs. Lizzie S. Brooks, Paris, Ky., say they take It at regular Intervals and In that way not only maintain general good health, but that they have not In years felt as good as they do now. Tou will do well to always have a bottle of It In the bouse. It Is good for all the family. 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 size) can have a sample bottle sent to the home free of charge by simply addressing Dr. W. B. Caldwell. 405 Washington St, Hontlcello, 111. Tour name and.addresa on a "postal card will do. ,99& CUNCHINQ PERFECT! PROOF OF THC TOPMOST QUALITY. w PLACE wrf i '. rv'l LSMMMtRay.tlieFariKr.coMlictiig the bog, but the expense of vaccination, had buried three last Sat-dny. Mr. Tevis said further what was so perplexing, he had a small number of .hogs not vaccinated and not one of them had died. The Farmers' Union will meet at the court house Saturday afternoon nt three o'clock. L. .M. Suter sold Ins liorse and biu;gy to K. C. Jordan for u fancy price. The monthly .crop repot t of the issued Agricultural Department this week at Frankfort show the j condition of corn to be 84 2 per cent of nn average crop, nnd oats 92l-- 2 per cent, white potatoes are reported to be 90 2 per cent. The estimated yield per acre of wheat is 10.2 bushels. That of rye 12.5 bushels, nnd while butNlittle barley is grown in Kentucky it shows an average yield of about 20-- 2 bushels to the acre. ing viusider-al;l- c I'. Allen, who is t tittle and stock, buying i.i the .southern section of the county. Ins nv:itU made tbo iollowiu pur-- t He got 38 ewe njvl 20 bases. l lambs :n P.tlnski at $2.85 4S bend pi ewe-- . In Casey at fiom 2.o0 to 3 a head. He bouu'b; .. sow am! f e pigs from Luthc bin.';. f..r .7. lie bought two sowi and foi $17; four sliu.il from John a sow from Ed Mai tin for 5. I wo -.!'-, fiorn Oscar Reynolds ai i'; tvo 1c fe: fiom E. 1'urbam at $?9, one heifer froji I'd Maitm nt fl5. and li.iec wives fron D. foci.!.-- ( v ui 1-1-E-t- es f-'- to Xewmnn Patton, of Mt. Salem for $135. Mr. Powell sold 74 lambs, which uvcraged each to Jim Yowell nt 7 cents n pound. They were sent straight to 'the Cincinnati markets. J. L. Francisco, of Garrard, sold a hor.--e to Jim Clark for 200. Luther Oibbs sold to a Mr. Steele n liorse fancier of TWewell, Vn., a Franvearling filly, Iletsy Ford-Ca- n cisco, for 200. The filly is vcrv promising. of fancy brccing. nnd Mr. Steele U expecting great thing-- of her. Lancaster Record. mule e. Hercu, Ky. W. The names of -- tiid democratic candidates to be placed on tbe Dem ocratic primary ballot in the order nuineil, lor said election under the emblem a game chicken cock. And the name of said Republican candidate to be placed on the Republican Din-mor- J. primary ballot for said election under the emblem of u log cabin. It is further certified that the persons have qualified as candidates for Commonwealth's Attorney in the 13th Judicial District of Kentucky, subject to the action of the Democratic primary, at the said pinna! v election to be held on Saturday, August 3rd. 1912. fof-lowi- STATE BANK & TRUST CO., Capital $50,000. w. G. L. PENNY, V. Pres. M. B. SALIN, Cashier. Stanford, Ky. J. D. EADS, J. S. RICE. V. Pres. S. ALBERT PHILLIPS, l Mccarty, Pres. opera house Saturday night. Mammoth Good music and good pictures nt Cave. trip to MamLincoln moth Cave wilt be July 17th. The round trip railroad fare from nil All expenses nt stations, $4.35. Cave hotel .5.50 for two days trip. The latter amount includes your board nt Cave Hotel and the several routes through the Cave, making the total expense for the two days outing 9.83. Limit on tickets 10 days going on regular morning trani 4:10 A.I. Write or phone L. & N. county's Agent. 51-3- arrcs sxhaustivc. scicimrie tests. .swaaeuNess wia.Ns SMnurseTusts WTTHK u.a.txperiMniaidnH HIHTU6KT OTMWH MFV. WW. VIST SIST IT SVIS TCSTIO. EwryoiD mcttOiff"Wn(ni i Practically Perfect Wagon CAS TMS FOUOWINQ taTTCR OF SAMUEL RAY. THC FARMCH A Bargain. About 7 2 acres of good land in a high state of cultivation located in the heart of the town of Stanford? Ky., 5 room residence, hulls, S. T. Powell, of the West End concrete basement 2 room tenant sold two nice younjMillies by Almont house and all necessary outbuildout of the pasture for ings. A splendid proposition for Dare ry.-h-t .s200 apiece. you fanners who want to move to Mr. Powell lias sent four of bis town. If you want it act quick. For Almont Dares to the market recent- particulars see HUGHES & McCAUTV, ly nnd thoy always bring good prices Mr. Powell sold a blemished work Stanford. Ky. The names of candidates for Commonwealth's Attorney to bo placed on the Democratic Primary ballot in the order iiIma-named, for said election under the emblem a game chicken cock. I further certify that the following named per-ohave nunlitied as candidates for Clerk of the Lincoln Circuit Court, subject to the of the Democratic party at said primary election it : Jesso D. Wenren, Stanford Ky. Jnmes F. Holdnm, Crab Orchard, Winficd M. Duncan, Stanford. Ky. The mimes of said candidates for fieri: of the Lincoln Circuit Coin? to be placed on the Democratic ballot in the crrder above named, for said election under the emblem, a game chicken cock. And for Ju-tiof the Pence in th.e Stanford Mngi-leri- al District of Lincoln county, Kentucky, the following named persons have qualified as candidates for said office of Jus. tiee of the Peace, subject to the action of the Democratic imty, int said primary election t: W. M. Fields. Stanford. Ky. J. D. Ends. Stanford. Kv. J. L. Goode, Stanford. Kv. ns to-wjiri-inn- ry ce to-wi- Kmiiiett V. Puoeur, Danville, W. S. IJurcli, Stanford. Ky. Kv. T. Roberts, Stanford, Ky. The names of said candidate:) for Ju-tiof the Kace in Stanford Mugi-tcriDistrict to be placed on Democratic Iriiniiry ballot in tbe or- J. ce ocratic party at said primary tion to be held 1912. Mar-ha- elec- Saturday New Auun- -t 3rd. al ll C. land, .Stanford, Ky.. R. F. D. No. 1. der above named for said election under tbe emblem u giimo chicken rock. It is further certified that the following named persons have qualified for Justice of the ax candidates Pence in the fVab Orchard MagisMibjeet to the action terial of the Republican party at the primary elecfioii to be held on SaturDi-tri- tt, The name of said candidate for Justice of the Pence in -- aid Crab ct to be Oichnrd Magisterial placed on the Democratic ballot for said election under the emblem it sump chicken cock. Witness my hand as clerk of tbe Lincoln County Court, this 11th day of July, 1912. Di-tri- day Augii-- ITCHING. FIERY. RAW ECZEMA. Coram, Club Oulmtil, K. John Kennedy, Crab Orchaid, Ky. Zcmo soothes, cools nnd heals anR. F. I). No. 2. gry skin nnd quickly cures eczema W. R. Dillion. Jr.. Crab Orchard. mid every form of skin disease. The names of -- aid candidates for Xcmo is a clean liquid wash that Justice of the Peace in said Crab sinks tight in. Quickly nllnys nil Orchaid Magisterial District to be pain, all itch, nil distress. Zcnio placed on tbo Republican ballot in docs the work in n wnvthnt is simpthe order above named for said elec- ly astonishing nnd youf druggist will tion under the emblem u log cabin. refund the purchase prico if the And further certify that the fol- first bottle does not give you entire lowing named peisou ha qualified satisfaction? Try oaa bottle nt our as a candidate lor Justice J" the risk. Zcmo is prepared by E. W. Peace in the Crab Orchard Magis- Rasa Medicine Ce., mis is sold by terial District subject to action Dem the Penny Drug Stara. T. J. J. t: Hid, 1912. Culton, Crab Orchard, Ky. to-wi- t 0. H. COOPER, Cleric Lincoln County Court. 15. l" TIIE "WAYSIDE" . M WU9 umfftiu. OF ll pmuwmAnow fASM. apIliii.l AORICll.TVIIIS..KDA.-DPI- T FtaMM avJSSffita1 sna rT?aafflJ '1190 iswsrnix.ix. tats t " fv &. 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Purrsley.) seas ssaMssaTeGZaTtaa raiiiaaati1a1i taaky Sates sasaaMtarimt sa sag., that tkla, very Pursley Indian Herbs, Only costs you $1.00 . eatra rho umutism, Blood, Liver, Kidneys, nnd Female diseases, is a wonder, and has proven so, peoplo right here tes- For tify to this. Dakota Jack's Cow Boy Linament tp I 1st Tss fswif. fmOtm an'lflT UT ltstftlallif FerTtw Ptwli E. T. PENCE StaUefMtl, KoMtHcky f SNSW VSW TNW FAMOUS WAOON has made his name famous over se vcral states. out soreness, immediately. Has cur ,cd hundreds Price 25 cents per bottle. Stops pain and tukes of cases of deafness. f Creme Soap for the Scalp and Skin Bhu-ga10 cents, 3 cokes 25 cents, nuf Bed. All these remedies on sale at Drug store, or sent prepaid on receipt of regular nnd Tanner's price if addressed to rs M , i J. J. Pursley, Lancaster, Ky., Home Office , "N composed of 1G Roots & Herbs. It i an ideal spring & fall tonic, stomach, liver, kidney, bladder & blood remedy. is a body & jPtefc ,'Y ticrvo builder of great merit & should be used both spring & fall for putting the blood & general system in fine condition to meet tbo neces.bbbbbbbbbbbVWAv sary changes taking place at thoso seasons. is sold at all Z; aW bbbbbbbbbIbbV' drug stores, tho' some times, you find a druggist who for some reason will" not bnndlo my remedies. In that case, I will, on receipt of tbe price ESJaBanSBBBkOawBBBBVf SBSBBBBBB. of scud it postage paid any plnce on earth. is packar ed & backed by a legal guarantee that gets back your dollar if fails to do whnt you buy it for. Call for also for Charlie White-Moon- 's Science Sope which is mad0 of pur0 vegetable oils for Human skin Only, 10c a bar, 3 for 25c & money back if you don't happen to like it. My years of experience as a cowboy & nmong tho Indians, give me a peculiar fitness & knowledge of tho value of Roots & Herbs as, medicines, & I would like to 6cnd every reader of this paper & any friends of yours, a copy of the gi eat est book of its kind ever published, entitled, "The Cowboy Herbalist". It is filled with startling facts obtainablo no placo else, & costs you nothing but a post card, & if you want a fine calendar, say so & I will mail you one for 1912, lithographed in fivo colors, a fine likeness of myself, entitled "Ready for the round-upAll letters cheerfully answered, information given relative to Roots ft Hprbs as medicines. Catholic or Protestant, Read Your lisle Ezekial 47:12. Ecclesiastes 30: 14, 1C, 10, 17 also Chapter 38; 4, G, 0, IS. St. Paul to tbe Romans, 14:2. Wisdom ol Solomon 7:17.20. Uevclntions 22:2 Psalm 103:14. Write these verses down, then read. them. Tbe Bible says "Physician Heal Thyself" & so, if modern doctors with mercury & other poisons can't heal themselves, what chances hare Ywi to be cuTedf Yours for a long, clean, healthy & successful life. CHARLIE WHITE-MOOW. Brtadway, LMrfsvHk), Ky. ' , If yoa write for information, book or caleudar,address Oept 7, ws PBBTaBrL2rsas "w- COM--CEL--SA- R. T5BBr" ;-- V Com-Cel-S- ar Com-Cd'S- ar Com-Cel-S- ar Com-Cel-S- Com-Cel-S- ". N, ' .u. pimMw'aMwMMMMaiaaaaBBi