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TUESDAY, AS DRUMMERS JULY 10, 1912. SEE IT Entertained His Friends. Sir. Gilmoro Burton delightfully 11 few of his frioiuh entertained Tuesday evening, July Uth, at lm homo on the Middlcburg pika. Among those present wero: Miss Elizabeth Stephenson, Mr. Roger Hicks, Miss Louolla Dye Mr. James Stephenson, Miss Nina Gird-le- r, Mr. Ed Nunncllev Miss Jessie Uirdlcr, Mr. Lindsay Rutherford, Miss Ethel Burton, Mr. John Hicks, Miss Lelin Dye, Mr. Oilmoro Burton, fc.vry- Liieicu Dye. Walter Burton body went nwny feeling it was good to have been Ihere r I WEATHER 'FORECAST I Fair ami CMler mis weK. TUESDAYS AND FRIDAYS. FOUNDED 1SG0. NO. f,; SEVERE CRITICISM OF Lancaster. CASEY CIRCUIT COURT pulElder F.M. Tinder filled his HE WAS ONLY J0KIN6 To Be Held bv Kentucky Republi- Judge Sullivan Is HoBelessly Reaten pit nt tho Christian church Sunday In Eighth District. cans July 27th. morning. He left Monday for a re- Sy State Inspector and Examiner, Is When He Made Charaes Awlnst cuperative slay at tho Spitler SanaReplied to by Judge CarHelm Twa Candidates Speak Leslio Combs, of Lexington, who Drummers who tracl over the torium. ter In Detail At Nlchelasvllle. is lending tho light for Roosevelt's Eighth Congressional District, say Fred I Frisbio has resigned his third ticket in Kentucky, has issued that they are surprise that Judge position as commercial traveler and n cnll for county mass conventions Jero Sullivan bus continued iu the accepted ono in tho insurnnco busiThe Frankfort Stato Journal in a Congicssuiuu Hurvcy Helm and to bo held nt tho county scats on race as long as ho has. They nay ness, of Hudson nnd Wlierritt and recent issue said: In anothJudge Jcro Sullivan spoke July 27lh for tho purpose of choos- that everywhere they go in the dis. will have bis oftico nt the Citizens er joint debute nt Nicholnsvillo MonSharp criticism of leniency toward ing delegates to the state convention trict. they find tho sentiment almost National Bnuk. day, and from nil reports made by "pistol totera" under what Stato In solidly in favor of the rcnomuiation to bo held in Louisville. Mr. James Adams, of Mt. Vernon, many who wero there, tho Lincoln Judge John N. Mcncfee, Jr., nnd of Congressman Helm, and that they who died in a Lebanon hospital last spector and Examiner Goodpaster county candidate had nil the best of in look for him to defeat his distin- week lived in this county for a num- terms "a general suspension of Sec- - , other prominent Roosovelt men the argument, ntul innde more warm Lincoln county will have their meet- guished opponent by the largest ma- ber of years at Camp Robinson, be- tiou 1309 of the Statutes,', U confriends in Josnmino county. Promt-- ', ing nt tho courthouse here nnd se- jority ever given in a primary in the ing n son of the Into Thomas nent politicians nt Niclulasvillo weio tained in a rcDort translated yes lect their delegates. It is expected district. His death was from blood McDer- Mrs. John Rankin Entertains freely predicting that Congressman Mr. Lou Holmes, who travels out poisoning which followed after the terday to Acting Governor n bitr crowd of republicans who that Helm would carry tjio county by mott. uasca on an inspection ui uo One of the prettiest events of thi do not endorse the methods by which of Louisville for a big hardware amputation of a toe. thio to one on pnmaiv day. oflicial records o Caaov county by season was tlio birthday party given Tnft secured bis nnniinntmn nt flit, iiiiuf and makes practically s!i cf library under the ssistnnt Inspector Phillip D. Arnold. The mwio bv Mrs. John Itnnkin, in honor of cngo, will be prccnt nnd take part. of tho territory iu this district, told nuspiees iuc icaiurc ci :.c ..,, of the Woman's Club has a Insvillc Monday wos the appearance her daughter, Miss Eva Rankin's Iu concludiug his report, Inspeccounty Over in Garrard it is reported nt Richmond of Col. Jack I'hinn. of Harodsburg, MXteentU birthdny Friday evening, thnt n tremendous Roosevelt move- - n Lincoln tiny, thntmnn looked to him new set of books at the millinery tor Goodpaster says: it intho other room of Miss Rella Arnold and in the audience, ntul his response to July tho tenth. Tho lawn nnd porch ,ment is under wny A" condition exists in the office of nninng the pro Hint Judge Sullivan was ploying very vite those especially interested in Calls from friends in the audience, wns beautifully decorated with the Circuit Court Clerk in this counrepublicans. Henlv Dnstin, bad politics, iu remaining in this good rending mutter to examine and nt tho close of the debate between nnt-sty which I deem proper to bring to lanterns and potted flowers wj,0 wntlirovrn ont ns chairman bv race, when it wns apparent to al- tend them. the two candidates. His little Hue records disyour attention. In thn center of tho Inwn wns form-- 1 the Tnft iicoplc. is said to be leading most everyone that ho is hopelessly The members of the Christian close the tact that quite a largo talk was virtually nil expres- ed nn nrch which bore the colore, 'the fight for Rooovelt nnd will have defeated. Mr. Holmes said he church will give n picnic Wednesday that judgments ou misdemeansion of i egret that be had in his re- pink nnd white, and cneh couple n rousing big crowd nt the county had traveled all over 'the district evening in the yard ndjoining the number of cent speech of withdrawal made the passed under on entering the veran convention on the 27th. or indictments have been recovered since the race has warmed tip, and building. A substantial lunch will whcn charges that he did. Mr. Helm bad, tin. Up in th mountain section of the everywhere ho goes he finds that the add much' to the enjoyment of the in favor of tho Commonwealth in his speech, deprecated the course defendants were before the court and The ushers were Miss Mary Ran stnlo the republicans nrc said to be sentiment for the rcnoininntion of occasion. iu custody of the court at the time of Col. Chinu in making so unjust a kin mid Mr. Jonathan Rankin. An practically solid for Roosovelt, nnd Mr. Helm is overwhelming. Mr. Friends of Mr. James A. Beazley, incharge ngainst him, and rend the fol- enjoyable feature wns the music - ft is strong llth'dis Holmes has no interest nimself in the popular Fiesidcnt of 'the Lan- the verdicts were returned, and said thnt the lowing letter ho had lone liefore stead of the defendants being called Miss crginui Uiven, trict will so two to one for him nnd race whatever, and probably had no caster Fair Association, will bo glad luinishcd bv upon to pay or reploviu their fines, written to u Mercer county gentle of Hariodshurg, Misses Horn Mc against Taft. men inni me man to wuom lie wns to hear he shows improvement from wulk wan, whom Col. Chinu admitted lo mid Lncy Spoonnmore, of talking would repent what he said his recent serious illness, and it i they wero allowed to count out of tho Icavo the the nduiencc wns nn excellent citi' Hedgcville Miss Lissa Holtzclaw. DYGHE LANDS AT LONDON but was simply telling of conditions thought "Richard" will shortly b court and "At some subsequent time tho rcn and temperance man: of Hubble,. ns he saw them oer the district. himself again. clerk would issue u cupius and placo wns nn excellent citizen nnd temperwere the follow- Rival Newspaperman Gets McHar-aues'- s The eiitcrtaincrH Mcrs. Hughes and Swinebrond, it iu the hands of the sheriff, which ance man: ing: Misses Bcttie Whiten, Mary To Democrats of Lincoln County Posimastershlp the hustling real estate agents, sold later would be returned by him "not Stanford. Ky., Mny 31, '12. Rankin, Jewel .Spocnninore, Nina I was born iu the soutlierii part of the house nnd 2 2 acres of Elder found." Particularly is this true in Dr. ('. B. Vnuarsdiill, Ilnrrodnburg, Rankin and Mr. Lindsay Rankin. A dispatch from Washington bays: this county nnd have lived there F. M. Tinder on Water street, to Mr. cases when the charge was carrying Dear Sir: At the proper hour refreshments Alfred R. Dyche will be uppointed most of my life, spending 'the great W. F. Champ, cashier of the Citi concealed n deadly weapon. The re-Yimrrf nf tnppiit dnti rnepiv- - were served .the colon pink nnd early life nt Bank for $4,100. td. The work incident to tho Louis- -' white being ftillv enrried ouf. Miss postmiinter nt Loudon to succeed er part of my nm n farmer work for zens Nationalnow occupied by Mr.The cords show that often when the fino by prac- residence is J. wus $25 and 10 days iu jail, the $25 Lee B. McIIargue, who was summar my lather. I .. .. .. vill convention is tho occnslon of .vn Jinnkin, Mr. wnm i.ivens. .miss j, remoVl.(1 becaullc of nll editorial tical experience nnd naturally know F. Holtzclaw and family. I fine would be paid, but there was the delay in answering same. niters, hdd Holtzclnw. Miss Bcit.c agricultural people. Quite n consternation was created no enforcement o ft lie 10 days in I am n believer in the democratic! Alva Holtzclaw-- . Jonathan Rnnkin, ntnck on VrvMm Tuft iu his the needs of .the I procured whut education I possess Sunday morning nftcr the close of jail. new,UI)er. Mr. Dvche is a news-Mdoctrine of locnl self government.' irgintn Givens, Georgo Gives. cdilor o lhe Lon. ngaiiist nlmot overwhelming odds. tlte different Sunday schools when r m(m bci The report shows the collection of nnd do not believe that the will of Mis Jennie Leslie Sloan. Entering the school woik I tuuglit it was known the little daughter of $157,57 due the Commonwealth, as the peoplo should be overridden bv miss .laggic itnuKin, iinrry mgsins. I for n number of years in different Mr. nnd Mrs. Osborn, Walter late follows: From W. C. Cundiff, counII. Turner will be renpuointed Furthermore. I will JIiss Mable llnnkm. I ona McKech- federal Inws. parts of the county support any bill that is constitution-- 1 lite. Mis Lmma IMtzclaw. David )01,tiaBhteP nt Middlchboro. Tliec ly honored by the und wns recent- residents of Lancaster, was lost, or ty court clerk, $11.08; from F. A. County Board had strolled nwey from home. Im Lund, circuit court clerk, $4.35 ; from were rc:lched nt conference nl thnt puts the conliol in thn hands Sp.MM.mm.re. idiss Liksb Ho Uclnw. .. ... .If I HIP llUllklll. betwccn President ! Taft and Senator with the position of Supervisor of mediate search was made and she Jason Wesley, court clerk, ,.... ... ,? nl thit twfr,ln. nfwl NfinllMl l!lf pnn- - r . w. ...w , UlVOnS JlnAItl. AllsS n 11.. .!. schools in which capacity I shall was gladly returned to her parents $100.24; from J. C. Lay, constable, mittec that has the Shepnrd-Kcnyo- u .,p tr T,ir,,nr bene this fall. In our next county Otis McBcnth, Miss Lucy Spoono- MUs Bernie Lear is entertaining $24; from L. Wells county judge, Ti, bill under consideration to report it wore, Georue Pope, Mua Manmrct us ,)0Stm!,ter at Middlcsboro is nl primary the democrats will nominate an attractive house nartv. comprised $5.90; from W. T. Brown, sheriff, to the House, I will ote for "' V ' Miss ".V victory for State Senator Joe F. a candidate to represent the people of the following guests: Miss Mar- $12. truly. Isabel e Hosworlh. who has been combatting of this county in the next General garet McMurrey, North Carolina, Rnnkm. Harry Gorem. Judge J. C. HARVEY HELM. Reyno.U, Bowcn (livens, Mip Kate (he inflllvIlce oC Representative Cu- - Assembly to be voted upon at the Misses Elizabeth Terrill, Elath Buc- circuit court, Carter, of tho Casey By this letter Mr. Helm con- uet regular election thereafter. Ev- hanan nnd Margaret Covington, of defence w his has been aroused to .Mr. rowers recommen . leu 1 owi en. court by the rlusivplv uroveil (lint ho bad cone on .in-..uorns, nurcn nesier, '. s - "... ded the appointment of his brother, ery voter should be aware of the Itichraond, Miss June Young, Lexing- report of the State Examinerabove and favor of the bill which record:" in i ns Joe Frepmiui Miss ,)iirn es. John Rowers to succeed Mr. Turner. fact that this man ought to be n ton, und Margaret Arnold of Lan- Inspector, and replies to the crititropic want. Ions ini SmilIl ,tnnkit Miss Lclm T he temiHTnnce man tree from nnv pergonal desire n iiijcvicn inn. fir.' i iiiviii iiniuin if-- ""-.- 7 nri'ia John Bowers moved to Middlcsboro r interest other than to serve the caster. Samuel Totten, formerly of cisms of his court. ueiure iiiis I'ui' iiiuj vv:."v,tince montns nao. Mr. Judge Curter explains iu a com... '".'". """"" thn m.ini"n in- - rv.l riiinn. ' his constituents; n man .John...., hpoomimore, Ms rvma ' n. A. toitei was app oiutcd post- - citirens, former life and present who- this place, died nt his home in De- munication to Acting Gov. Mc. Der-mo- tt Col. Chum inndc ono of lu - char- ... ....i by his 111., nfter it several weeks' illJI1IIIHIII, UCr- - niaster at Columbia. ocIIIIYIII. catur, that the practice in his court . .. .UUril1, JllSS .- ,. . . nctenstic hpeeehes. and Rot the , , , tupation is nble to walk shoulder 'to ness, nge 52 years. A wife who was is to issue summons in misdemeanor crowd to laugi.mg. He npoioge u- - M,.Ht.n,h Sam j Mi rf fl shoulder with the great common pco Miss Petty, of Lancaster survives cases, instead of bench warrants, uuuu WALLOPING . ..... callv ndmitted thnt be knew notmiur ,i..,..i le and execute their will. Mark him. He was the sou of Judge Sam- and tliat frequently defuult Judgllllt"9l I. IIIIIIIUIU IIIIl ,; pjsitivtlv nbout the charues he had o teit Hutchison, Miss Given Somerset By Hustonville to Twain said, "We can preserve grent uel Totten, a former resident of this ments are takeu without the prisonItts spec of withdrawal; inndo in (ok c larence Rankin. Mis rights only by standing up for little place. A brother and 2 sisters also er being actually present. He .said, Tune of 12 to 2. lio only had noticed how solidly Mary E. Holtzclaw, rights." Ve can hnve u great state mouiu his loss. He is nu own cou speaking specifically of the charge Morrison Luce. some of the counties, liko Anderson, Mis Ida Freeman, Noel Cnrorll, government only by having great sin of Senntor W. O. Bradley. that the practice complained of was wero behind Mr. Helm and thnt he MNs Mnrv Belle Spoonamore, Sam Hustonville, July 15. county government. There is but Mi's Lucy Francis is in Richmond common of persons charged with made the chnrges ntninnt Mr. Helm I 'iltlf Hustonville defeated Somerset iu one dny ill two years when f IkU .Till! All Sklviinnn nutrn O a.l , . the peo- with Misses Edua nud Naomi Bai- carrying concealed deadly weapons, t, a "i' vvii.i kMruuiiituil'IV. as well as tUo-- e uzmnyl Mr. Sulli-vn- n Roberts. Misses Bess Holtzclaw KMW I K"mo ul al uu "i? f,0"?, ple can answer this question, shall lee. Mrs. J. L. Riley is at homt that in only three of such cases has and" merely for the purpoic of Vergio Spoonnmore. grounds here baturday. pitch- - wo be represented or shall we hand fiotu the Richmond Normal school, the fine been collected and the jail I "sniokmn them out." I'll U ll'ill. IIIIIV, SlllhlUK UUl iO the gavel over to the lobbyi-ts- ? where sho took a special course in sentence not enforced. In none of Mr. Helm merely remarked thnt men and allowing only two bits. The Therefore it behooves you as voters art. Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Fox Logan, these cases, he protests, was the Nearo Attacks Danville Girl. churscs against him that be was in whom the fate of our county gov- ot Wilkesharre, Penn., tire bere for n pnsoner in the custody of tho court. backed by nnv "rinir," whether made Miss C'orine Milbuni, a young wo- Newton with his famous spiel and ernment jests' to think seriously s'ttiy with Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Ma- The whereabouts of two of tho acwould be n- man about twenty in fun or otlipiif, making n choice. .Kurd of age, was Hicks with his heavy slugging, and son. Mis. Muttie P. Frisbie is at cused are nut known, but the other promptly and completely dNhroicd brutally attacked by u negro' al her Hall with his gieat pitching were For some months many of my home from u visit to Danville. Mrs. is within reach of the court and will Riffe was overcome as tuoso nireauy mnue. i,Iimi. : ii...iii l'm.. ki,.. the features. ;i,i friends have been urging me from John Woods and children, of Lex- bo taken into custody. Consrossmnn Helm and his fqendi ,( llu. vistQm for u hl(s by hciit and was carried off 'the different parts of the county to ington, are with Gairard relatives. Iu misdemeanor charges two ore well plenscd with Jus projects w.eu attacked. She scream-fo- r field. The score: inuko the race for II. Perkins, and little daugh- courses ure open, one by issuing a , up- the bweep.nc the counties All R II ESBBO While receiving lctteis, personal Mrs. J. ,.d lor ,e ,,(t Wm Iier fathev r. Somerset ters Su-dand Frances, of Okla- summons as in a civil proceeding iu per end of lhe district. A well hed ho,. KarmmtH ero torn muI u Fnuhook cf 1 01 .4 tails etc., I have lefttsed und denied homa, aie guests of Mrs. Perkin's which cn-- e judgment can be taken l(now lawyer of Stnnfo.d. who.e nssni,MI,t ,,,, h(rllck ,, 4 , Lindel If .. 0 0r them until the call has become so parents, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Long. against 'the accused by defuult; .tlio word cannot be doubted met n prom- Gilmore 3b 0 0 3 strong 4 T,B in 1w fm.0 that I, icalizing 'that it is no Miss Letty Mny McRobcrts, is en- other is by issuing a bench warrant r eounty at the incut judKe of 4 0 4 1 ,h; ft c.k.n, Komlitio nlld Jasper c ., longer my but the will of the joying nn outing to Niagara, Can-ad- a and Inking the prisoner into custody meet ins m Loui-- Bar Associn ion 0 0 10 4 lft, ot lu ColIM.i,llMiesa uulil Evans lb . common people that should be connud New York. Mrs. Georgo M. or putting him under bond to appear ,.e mn 1 4 1 iiin. juuKo xum lis ultonM10Il. Shc is itl 0j Phillips 2b sidered, have concluded to enter the Pntterson and daughter left Friday pcisoually. Frequently, it is stated while he. himself. faored Judge bid- U ,.. Cain as . . 3 ....ii,,,, ... .i,,!;,.;,,,,. f.. r.tcc. 1 have no money to spend in for a stay at Lake Chautauqua New where it Himmons is issued the ac-- t livnu, he was convinced Hint the i right. She litis been unable to des 1 p 0 t this race nor would I spend jj had York. Miss Bcssio Ynnti, of In etiscd never appears, except possicountry people wero nlmot solidlv cribe the wllinn. 0 Clothier vf 3 I the wealth of Mr. Rockefeller, dianapolis, is with her cousin, Miss bly by attorneys, has the fine paid for Helm nnd 'that he would carry 0 Norflect cf hence I would liko to say 'to my op Allie Ynulis. paid and stays out of the jurisdicSpencer by over 300 majority. ponent or opponents that I nm willLorimer Kicked Out of the Senate tion of the com. 33 2 2 (i 2 27 ing und desire to inuko the race on Jess Thomas Acquitted Goodpas-ter- 's The gist of Inspector Announces For Representative 0crturning the majoiity of its Hustouvillo AB R II ESBl'O the merits of the individual candiJess Thomns, who was chnrged criticism was that the I) ! Un vote Tuncy lb Vircil McMullin. one of the best, own committee nnd ieuii-iudate. with killing his relative Jake Thomas were very fiequently not 02 known and most popular voting f March 1, ll'll, the Senate on Burton 2b I take this opportunity of announon Goose Creek last October, was required to serve the jail sentence; 1 2 school teachers from the southern Satuiday took nwny from William Weddle ss cing my candidacy und asking the triedand ncuuittcd iu the Casey thnt were present in court when the 12 neetiou of the county today author- - Loriimer lu- - seat us junior Senator Newton 3b and suppoit of the Circuit Court last week. The Com- trial was held, that they walked out, 1 2 I. J. to announce him aw n ft mn Illinois by it ote of 05 to 28. 'Riffe if . izes the democrats of Lincoln county. My monwealth was represented by and afterwards cupius being issued, uomi- - A iiicmber of the Semite since 18, ' Hicks cf . enndidatetfor the democratic 3X3 only aim should I be elected to this Anion nnd Godbey, while tho capias was returned by the shernation for representative from Lin- - 1I'0!, Lorimer was declared to huvo'Myei- - If 1) office will bo to execute tho will qf the defenso wns represented by iff 'iiot found." 1 Mr. McMullin 1ms. been the recipient of votes secured Huudidge coin county. Montgomery, Moore the people. nnd Phelps. His inspection of the records iu 21 made such a fine tecord ns n teach- - by "coiiupt nietliods nnd practices." Hull p .., Nearly 100 witnesses wero in at- Casey county shows twent" cases iu VIRGIL McMULLlN. Singleton ie- - henators Urtiilley and t'oynpr, or cr that Supt. Garland tendance. Cnsev News. which the docket recorded the de40 12 17 1 10 27 cently appointed him Supervisor of ICentucky toted to re'tiiiu tho To The Insurina Public fendant "present," the fine and jail Two base hits Button, Tuucy, of Lincoln county, to visit toiiou blonde ho.--s of Chicago. Arthur Cupper the leading repub- sentence imposed and then capias It is with plensuie that I recomcounty schools and Gilmoie, Hicks; Three base hits the different Happiest Girl In Lincoln Myers and icks; struck out by Hull mend the Home Inc. Co., of N. Y., lican candidate for governor nud returned "not found''. These include Keep iu touch with tlio work. He bus D. Weuren, The Insurance one of the most successful newspa- sluuitiug iu tho public highway, gamuu- 13, by Ealy 0; home run Hicks. Jcso n wide cuclo or tnentts who win A 4icot Kcb., girl, writes, "I Man, Staufoid, Ky., for his and their per publishers in the country, lins ing, selling lHiuor to a minor, and doubtedly rally jo his sumiort. bo ,md L,t,cl uilinK for gJ(U0 timp wili, liberal and prompt settlement of Lis-- , come out strongly for Roosevelt's breaches of the peace. EIGHT CONVERSIONS mr r. mcmuiiiu is mo my mr- const ikU on mul s omac i Signed third pnrty. His report goes buck two years mally announced eainluliito tor tins trJuule. 1 began taking Chamber To Date at Revival Services at Bap- to my barn on June 11 1012. H. II. PADGETT. land includes five, instead of three he tilleil at tlie pri- - njy. stomach and Liver Tablets place which will tist Church Leslie Combs of Lexington, is is cases of carrying concealed deadly mary next year, but for some time nnd j j,reo javs i Was ablo to bo suing calls for the organization of weapon, in which the jail sentence A Fine Automobile Demolished The revival services at tho Baptist - up fc'helton Saufley, editor of tho Internnd KOt better right along. I am A fine automobile belonging to J. tho Roosevelt party over the state. was not imposed. ior Journal has infoimed his friends ,l0 ,rrolulest girl iu Lincoln to find church will continue through the Judge Curter said iu his communiwas demolished last ho expects to become a canui- - Slu.j, n (,ood mediciue." For sale by week, Rev. J. W. Poller, preaching A. Hatchett thnt On last Thursday, July the 4th. cation that since his incumbency the each morning at 10 o'clock and each week. The owner was driving down mono iormnt iiiinounec- late ami will fenny. team defeated clerk has conformed strictly to the evening at 7:45. Prayer und praise a steep hill, when he lost control of the Liberty ball i roent ot the proper time. tho car and dashed into u rock Hustonville by u score of 3 to 2, in statutes in tho performance of his service fifteen minutes curlier. Helm Strona at Hedaevllle Dr. Porter's subject Sunday morn- - fence. Mr. Hatchett escaped with ii a very exciting gnme, with Hatter duties in such cases; but tbut before k Baraaln. and Allen its the battery for the tho present term is concluded he wilt i.... t i.o nnra r nnA lniwl iii T. L. Buuglimuu n prominent fuvmer.iug wns Love. His sitbiect Sunday few slight cuts nud bruises. home boys nnd Hicks und Tuney go over the records of the cleik and Hedgeville Motion, of Bojle, night was Lot's escape from Kodon. n liigh Htato"of cultivation located nini. ...-. linr Kiitiiriluv. . limklllt' Hnlli worn imwnrfnl SPIUIOIIH. the practice unsheriff for Hustonville. For Sale. -- 11... !..., rP .thiM InUMl nr ISfnn- - .""., '.' "i - - There-- Imvo-; been eight conversions .v Ill uu nail v der his precedessors, and see that A nice cottage iu Danville in the .)leco 0 . nud Jm owng ill reside., e, halls, fer ford, Ky., 5 room Gamblers in Wall street are offer the clerk nnd sheriff do their duty, q to date. The meeting seems to be best residence part Of the city. Well concrete basement 2 room tenant Mr ,jUUi.hmn enthusiastic reaching the Christian people of nll sell at a sacrifice; also it farm of ing 8 to fl and 3 to 2 Hint' Woodrow or suffer the pennlty for not doing is outbuild- nd nll necessary tiouso llavey HeIm democrat. He says denominations, and many unsaved 120 acres of good land with resi- Wilson will be elected president. SO, A splendid proposition Tor t,mt lliere isJ pMcticully no oppo-vo- u people seem to be under conviction. dence in Lincoln county, n burgnin i hey are finding no takers, and beings. For summer diarrhoea in children formers who want to move to fcjtjol, whatever to Helm in his sec- Dr. Porter shuns not to declare a for anyone who wants n home; also lieve they will have to offer 2 to 1 give Chambei Iain's Colic. tlvvnys invn. It vou want it act quick. For ,:.. f ijovle county, und from what whole gospel and publicly to de have good residence propeity in to find nnv Tnft money. Prof. F. L. Rainey. of Centre Col- Cholera nnd Diarrhoea Remedy be hoar Boyle will go almost solid- - nounce 6in and worldliness of every Stnnford, Ky. Any of this property particulars see oil, nnd a speedy cure is eer- ly for renomination of tho popular form. Everybody is cordially. In will be sold worth the money. Ad- lege, w.is hero Wednesday iu the HUGHES & McOARTY, tain. For Rale by O. L. Penny. t. interest of that institution, dress Lock Box 249. vitcd to attend these services. Congressman. Stanford, Ky. COL. CHINN N01MAYS wmn Ad-ain- sl .":$ "w2 five-minu- te ,,,,, i N .... ,- -- m .... ni;i eis ,:, y ,,' r- '. ..'.. ... iie-ite- ,...,. ,. . ,, - u" - be-lo- io ,, ,,,. hiH-nce- wi-.I- i uu 1 misde-tneanant- Hud-dlesto- u. ,.., , u-- - -- . ui-cast- 50-4- ak" X f , ?-- " . THE mmn BHELTON tTAwrtw. KfjtmKv jngMAuiiv i!L!i CEf. HE INTERIOR JOURNAL H. SACrLKY. .ProfrlrtM I. WEArnEN. r a Attrtfl Taksii by Tin Preftayterkw Chkreh Here. if r - Hot Weather at Last Our bill sale it over but we will continue to sell all Oxfords, Clothing, Odd Pants, Hats and Ladies' and Gents' Furnishing Goods at cost. We have a lot of men's work pants, the kind that keep you cool, now going at cost Sam Robinson Stanford, Kentucky Born April 13, 1849. with tho rrcsbytcrwn United BrJttii i tU ptAllit 1 JStanftri i ehirrch, Sept. 1C, 1877. if ttetnd tUu mtit mttlir, , Elected n Dencon Juno 30, 1878. Elected nn Elder, Nov. 22, 1806. DEMOCRATIC TICKET Died June 21, 1012. Fsr PresMent: With a real nnd tender feeling f TVOODROW WILSON the grief nnd a dee- - sene of lo w wire rwMsTflf session of the l'rcsbtcrian church of TIIOS. It. MARSHALL Stanford bows to the providence which has removed from its fellowr SlllleSl AfnlvvnCvfMml r el ship one of its oldest members nnd Tbc UDoaaerafBti in ikii tolimn tiadidatti for ctfief, nbjccl lo lb mum une of its most efficient workers, of U dmcxrtle, primary: Mr. George D. Wenren. Tct Ctnarttt We desire to place on record our 3. A. BULUVAN, of Midllon genuine sense of appreciation of Mr. BARVET HELM, of Lincoln Wenren's life of quiet dignity, posiFer CiTsmsaneaitti'i Attornry tive cnrncslncss nnd piety. IMMETT FURYEAR, of B07U Wo wislf also to bear emphatic W. B. BURCH, of Llacola testimony to Mr. Wenren's heartFr XtprtttnUUf felt interest in and fervent devotion VIRGIL MMULL1N to the organization nnd work of this Tor Sktrif church, nnd interest and devotion U. B, BAUOHMAH that manifested itself in Iiis unswervB. W 0IVEN8 ing faithfulness nnd constant willJ. 8. WEATHERFORO. T. J. HILL ingness to bear his full shnro of " Jui$ responsibility as n member and as 7f1.Cmml RICE A. an officer. H. T. WORTH The consciousness of our lo Circuit CTrrk fTD. WEAKEN kindles our deepest sympathy with J. the sorely bereaved household. We 3. t. HOLDAM therefore extend to them our sin W. If. DDNCAN cere condolence nnd commend them ttr JUt to the care of the Father of mercies rETTON FARRISB GEORGE DEBORDE nnd God of all comfuit. DINK FARMER We nlo direct that a copy of thw WILLIAM B. HEtJTER minute be sent to the family and W. A. CARBON that the. clerk be instructed to have Vtt Auitttr this tribute printed in the lornl paP. U BECK. , per and sent to the Christian ObservB. M. OWENS er. By order of session. R H. BRONAUOJ F. 0. SANDIDOE A. C. SINE, Clerk. A TEAR BTXIOTLY IN ADVANCE It O. 1kUL3 LOW SHOES shoes, not out of style, but the at a price to justify your buying new, tho yeu may not need them for a while. Thete are not last year's Very Cream of 1912 Shoe Shops. These Shoes are in Calfskins, Tans, Vici and Patent Leather, in button, lace and pumps, arid made by the very best shoemakers in the world. Look at these and see how near right is our statement. Nettleton $5.00, $5.50 and $6.00 the world over, now $3 $4 and $4 the pair. ', Walk-Ove-r $3.50, $4.00, $4.50 and $5.00 everywhere. suit you they will cost you If they Carpet Samples Stanford. Ky. 3. B. BOONE W. T. DARNER LAFE MORGAN Tc. fttgirtrtf In eUtierd MtiUttrUl AlrtrUU 3. T. ROBERTS WILLIAM FIELDS J. D. KADS JOSEFB L. OOODE Suliitt to Rt pulliean pWmory in Crab . Orchard UagltUrUX dltirici. ( W. R. DILLION KENNEDY JOHN For Rugs, at Cost His Landlady's Advfte Probably Saved His Life I feel that Dr. Kilmer's Swamp-Rosaved my life. I inherited weak kidneys. The discharge was so frequent and painful that 1 would have to stay in bed to obtain temporary relief. I consulted good physicians but the results were disappointing. My landlady advised me to try Swamp-Roas the last resort, which 1 diJ aud I vrua ot ot $2i5 $3e $35 and $3 the pair. Manss the best $3.50 Shoe you ever saw at $2.75. See them in our show window. Kindly bring the money along with you. In Axminsters, Wilton Velvets, etc. Size 54 by 27 inches. Hughes, Martin & Co. lAjSS&T'Ner' lift Vfl l llifbllllfeAST AZJ: .COLORS Z TO GUARANTEED FAST .v. SUNxANPWATER ,... tZJM k,l H VJt-iMW- tilli llii I Hal I V JLAmmmiimliimtUSlmJkm sr day after day, yet the tun cannot fade Its colors are everlasting proof against (tiOLOBFAST both fading and water. No guessing about this positively GUARANTEED instead. This is only one of its many advantages over other mattings. It has no odor at all, can be sewed like any carpet, s)rt can't sift through it sanitary beautiful dainty patterns and coloring! easy to keep clean and, best of all, the price won't scare you. Well cheerfully show you a nice assortment and floor cov tel you more about this unusual eriag when you're ready. Why not ? d to-da- ,You can leave your windows open and the shad ' "JUST THINK OF IT!" up Lets Have the Street. (Contributed) On the 18th day of March 1012 the Governor Rave bis approval to an net of the Kentucky LeRislnture under which the City Council in cities of the fifth class may order streets opened nnd constructed at the cost of the lnnd owner. The extension of Portmnn avenue to Danville avenue is an improvement the town of Stanford has needed for years. Such a street would furnish an outlet to the Graded School to a multitude of school children that are now compelled to travel the nilroad rifiht of way or else KO through the negro quarter of the town, both of which routes, are manifestly improper for children attending the school. The extension of tbc street would in many ways serve the business conveniences of the town nnd would open up a most desirable residence addition. The opening of this street has been delayed because the town did not have the fund's necessary to pay the bills. Under the new law this need not be an obstacle in the way, and making this improvement at the expense of the property owners, is, in this instance, no hard ship because the increased value resulting to the abutting property and the opening up of a market to them will more than compensate the owners for the outlay. Let the Council get busv let the people have this needed improvement. Let the children have this necessary outlet to school, and the Council that does it will long be remembered in this- town as the progressive, wide awake business administration of the city. Get busy and we can have the school children traveling tbc ect street when school opens in the fall, - I continued taking Swamp-Roand my weight has increased fifty pounds. My health is of the best and I have told many others about Dr. Kilmers's Swamp-Roand hc7e done a lot of good in this way. Your wonderful medicine is of great value to mankind. Yours very truly, J. II. BRUXBY, 835 Main St. Pawtucket. It. I. The above statement made before me I declare to be truthful in every detail. Thomas Marsden, Notary Public. ot ot H. J. McROBERTS Stanford, Kentucky Letter to Dr. Kilmer ft Co.. BlnQhamton, N. Y. 1 Prove What Swamp-Ro- ot Will Do Bing-hamto- n, DEPOSIT BANK OF STANFORD, chartsree March 9, 1854. It's successor: National Bank of Stanford, organized June 2, IK5. Recognized For You. Send to Dr. Kilmer & Co., N. Y., for sample bottle. It will convince anyone. You will also receive a booklet of vnlnnhln infnr. motion, telling all about the kidneys nna maimer. Vtnen writing, be sure to mention the Stanford Interior Jonrnnl, Semi-Weekl- y. as First National Bank OCTOBER 3, 182. FIRE INSURANCE amd SURETY BONDS This Bank 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. S. X. MZWLAMD TAN FORD, KY. J. C. McClary To Whom It May concorn Mr. Hig-gito put a Detroit Vapor Oil Stove up for me, and I have put it to almost On June the first, I had ns v L. L. SANDERS. THERE IS REAL PAINT and Io some stuff mixed with .. IV. wortoy or t&e name, ir you nave had experience with the latter kind you doa't wast another. If you haven't take our advice and don't exneriBent. Bur our real paints and ssvs yourself 'ssMfedbtaMat j and Biesey as weH. i. A. ALLEN. ttMri.Ky. J.L.Beazley &Co "'"" Judfte Reach Hurt In Collision Harrodsburg, Ky., July 15. Jndgn B. V. Roach and Mrs. Roach, of this UNDCRTAKIR AND EMIALMKR place, narrowly escaped death beSTANFORD KENTUCKY. low-pricetween Harrodsburg and Shakertown OffrSt PhMM 197. Home Phone 35, from a rear-en- d collision of an autoy mobile with the buggy in which they CRAB ORCHARD. KY. were driving. The car was driven An expert operator will by "Wince" Wiseman, of Danville, give a demonstration of the dusty condition of the rojid beCONCRETING fancy needle work at the ing responsible for the accident. Another machine had just passed the the home of Win. Allen, We are in position to do all kinds Roach buggy and stirred up so dense of Powers, Ky., at 3 of concreting, each as Block Work, a cloud of dust that Wiseman could o'clock, July 17. Ladies Pavements, and in fact, we can make not see the vehicle abend of him unare cordially invited. anything from a bonse down to a til too late to avoid the collision. fence post. Call and get our prices New German Reformed Pastor. Rev. John G. Rossbart, of New before yon buy your material at York, hns accepted the pastorate of least the German Reformed church at PHILLIPS RROS., Stanford, Ky. nnd is being warmb' welSPRINS WITIN6 comed by the members in this county. Rev. Bos8hart is a native of My new spring and summer sam Switzerland, and is a very learned ples are bow ready for your inspec A & 1 4s A 4 sk a anil able man. lie was in Stanford tion. They comprise the best oa Inst week, and made n splendid impression upon all who had the picas-lir- e the market. I csa suit anyone as to price who had his clothes mads to of meeting him. order. A suit made to your measure is preferable to ready made clothes. To have them suds to measure UNDERTAKERS AND doesn't eosi ssy sew than ready DEAL, ALSO KM. Ommty R IN fURNITURC. MAT. fit is eoa- irksa ewlity TINUt, RUfl. THEY WILL General Farm Surveying tsks sidena. Csss XCHANUI FURNITURE 52-t- a Phone 172, MmM, Ky. lyosr sMassrs. FOR ALL KINM OP STOCK. IVI THIM A CALL, PRICK H. C. Realty, The Frsetissl Tailor. every test and can say it has given entire satisfaction in every respect. MRS. J. M.' CARTER, JR. W.EHiggins Stanford, Ky. g. b. PRurrr, A Substantial Surplus statement of this bank at tbe last call of tbe troller showed a surplus of comp- IM-BAL- E. D. Pennington, This large sum is made up of earnings wbieh have been left intact, in order to add to tbe finanoial strength of the Bank, nnd further guarantee the safety of depositors. This is a SAFE bank to intrust your funds. $100,100 Ssrvyr sos ui iiWHtsi Lincoln County Nilioml Bank Corner Next to Courthouse. Stanford, Ky. r " v . u If ifr AlA-- . Ai- T i- ) Ji o tftjr- - w" ... T meet .THE IHTERMR JWRWAL. STAHfSM. Hie Current Events Clnb will wftOIAL art PERHNAL No. COO won the kodak given away a', tht h.me of Mrs. D. M. Wultir by 67-- 4 Penny's drug store. . Mr. aiid Mm, J. C. Hays are nt iliuisday afternoon at 3 o'cloo!.-Born, to the wife of Mr. W. T. the Crab Orchard Springs. Rev, II, W. Elliott, Corresponding Miw Lottie Carson in the Riicst of Reynold, of Rowland, a nine pound Semtnry, of 'tin Kentucky Minion boy. Mm Allie Yantis nt Lancaster. iry conwntion, will preach t the Mr, and Mrs. Chnrlcs Kecton, of Clmslii-Mi Gertrude Wilkinson ia visit i.hiirch Sunday rooni'nr r.t Williamsburg, are the guests .of Mr. 10:J5 o'clock. D. M. Walker. ing Mrs. Will Groves nt Lebanon. It. Mies Alva Holtzclnw was the V.Miss jiiggins nnd family. Quite n muddle fa said to have of Minn fcva Rankin Friday les, is Pearl Smithcrs, of VersailKiiest the nttrnctive guest of Mrs. arisen over the teacher question nt nnl Hntunlny. E. T. Bcntley. Tunicrsvillc school. W. W. Orcer is nt Kowlnnd in Miss Om Enoch of Somerset, is of the Cordier ntudio, during the guest of her cousin, Mrs. J. II. rhnrKc mir w 0m ott nw Iduwi, f Mr. Cordier's Illness. LOCA COBXTT. Bnughronn. k ratal rmxi Mr. Hnrtwcll Shnnks linn returnMiss Minnie Woods has returned urirvr otJ.lbCfttxtr efmM rathhit k Co., doing F. 1. Cm Htm Mat buriM In Cllr ef home nfler n vidt to his mint, home nfter a visit to friends at MncMtkl. a U that tut Tallo. County tbandnra ot ed Im will ear ONE HUNDRED IKILLAHH Tor net ind nnr Mrs. Kirby nonrnc nt New Castle. Nirholnsvillo nnd Richmond. ot CATIUKI! thit cmnftot tx curm tr It uw ol Mrs. R. C. Hampton of Lebanon, out CiTiUMI (XHt. Mrs. C. J. Dorsey nnd little dnueh- mill FnANK I. CHENEY. Louisville, is the guest of her Junction is licre visfa'ng relatives Sworn U bttora m M ttibwrtDnl In my pretence. ter of UM Ith etj ol Dtetater. A. I. IM(. nnd friends. inter, Mrs. E. D. Ends. -"i A. W. GIXASOX. Mr. nnd Mrs. D. M. Robinson, of 1I John Thouiai McAlistcr, of KOTMT mUC. Hii ICatarrh Car M Ukm tntrrntltr and cu is here vittitinjr relatives London, wetc the guests of Mr. nnd ntl( upon the bmnri and nuroua turtacK ol tba dtrrrttir Mrs. Snm Robinson Sunday. nrtd friend. tor trtttnonlai rre. Mrs. J, T. Pnlmcr, of Greencnstle, tritrm. ecod CO Toitdo, O r. J. CHENEY Mrs. Mnttic Orinstend, of Louis- Ind., is visiting Sold br all Prunuta. T. Mr. nnd Mrs. A. T. ?ai uail raniUT puia tor coortlpallon. ville, is the Riicst of Mrs. J. W. Ire- Trnylor. land. Assistant Stntc Auditor J. T. Em-brNo burners to get out of order, no Mrs. L. M. Wetflerficld nnd chil- of Frankfort, spent several wicks to bother with when you buy tifrii, 414 a ti.v mj ftuvet? VI ItT. dnys hero early in the wee-w- ith nn oil wickless cooker from W. II. nnd Mrs. M. D. Elraorc. the home folks. 53-Higgins. Mr. nnd Mrs. Jeswn W'enren, Mr. Mrs. T. S. Gray, of Fort Worth, Tezne, is the Rucst of Mrs. W. K. nnd Mrs. Georue Fnrris. nnd chil For Rent. A nice new sx room dren, Mrs. GcoTgc Wcnren nnd Mrs.' rottnge with bath. Apply to Mrs. KhuRnTS. Mise Marguerite nnd Sue Samp-in- Hobert Hail, motored to Lawrence-hur- g George Givcns. Sunday and spent the day with nf Hnrrndfchtire;, xenu tlii nttrnc-tiv- c Mr. Will Cox nnd other relatives. s. guest of Misses Fields nnd To the County Supervisors. Notice is hereby given that July 27th SHORT LOCAL NEWS Mr. nnd Mrs. R. II. Batson nnd is the Inst dny for filing county rood little dauphter, Cecil, of Lnncnster, 56-tOhio Ensilage Cutler used ono sea cloiras. G. B. Cooper, Clerk. nrro the KuectR of her parents, Mr. 55-- 'i nnd Mrs. J. W. Hilton, Saturday. son? for sale. W. II. Higgins. rw4i.n i lutr nant TlnnnlMf nrl- Mrs. Itohert Ilnil returned to her Rhode Inland Red hens for snle ded tti school tax July 29th. L. R. home in Kansas City, Mo., today nf-toJ-n visit to her mother, Mrs cheap. Mrs. V. J. Edminston, Crnb iJuglics. t. George Wcnren nnd dther relatives. Orchard. For Sale or Rent. McKinney Mr. nnd Mrs. Joseph Murphy nnd RKX coal makes WARM friends. Conl & Feed property. If not sold Mrs. Victor Halloa nnd son Guy, yards me exclusive by the first of July will rent. This have been recent guests of Mrs. Jen- Dcnhnm's C7-- 1 agents. is tbo business pnrt of the property nie Wolfe nt Danville. consisting of one lot, 150 feet at , Mr. J. L. Tanner ,nnd Miss Ruth 0. P. Huffman has boucht out his railroad track, one coal bin 02 feet Tanner, of McKinney, were the guests of Mrs. W. K. Shugnrs Satur- old meat market from John 0. Lynn long, one warehouse 30xC0 feet anoffice and scale nnd is readv to serve nil of his for other warehouse day. Reynolds. Ruth mer customers with the best nnd building combined 24x52 feet, and n .Misses Itnhclle p first class wagon Ecale in connection nnd Margaret Heck, of McKinney, freshest meats of all kinds. Best piece of business property in hnc Wen the recent guest of Mist Rev. C. T. Clnunch went to Tnint the town of McKinney, first class Jlottzclaw. and preached n territory for business, trade now esMr. G. II. Cooper nnd Misses Lick Saturday, Ljlcs Cooper nnd Lucy Lee Walton, splendid sermon nt the Baptist tablished on Coal feed lime cement nrc nt the Crnb Orchard Spring, church there Sunday. He is the salt, brick. For nny further inforpopular pastor of the Baptist church mation in regard to this property, pending this week. call to see or write E. 0. GOOCH, Mr. nnd Mrs. Thomas Oaks, have ni .MKKiicmirg. McKinney, Ky. returned home nftcr n vimt to their daughter, Mrs. Jennie Perkins at There may be other coal ns good Candidate for Assessor ns REX, but so fnr we have failed to Bedford, Ind. Mioses Jennie Pepples nnd Mary find rt. Yard nt Stnnford mid Row-InnThe I. J. todny announces as n Lee Givcns have returned home afW. S. & E. B. Dcnhnm C7-candidate for the democratic nomiter n week's visit to friends in Lex- .Now is the time, REX is the conl, nation for assessor Lnfc Morgan, C7-ington. Fill your cellar. one of the best known democrats in Mr. IJennia Goode, who has been the county and a man who is very in Paris, spending Rev. A. G. Coker, of King's Mounweeks with popular with all who know'him. Mr. his father, Mr. Wilbur. Goode has tain, went to Pilot Knob, Mndition Moruan resided nt Millcdgcville for returned home. county. Saturday, to conduct the n number of .years, where he conMisses Katie Gooeh, Lena Trny-lo- r, funeral of Mrs. Sallie Gabbard, n ducted a store nnd mill, nnd made Jcsmo Lynn, Mary Amletoii, life time member of the Baptist everyone his friend with whom he nnd Jennie Lawrence were the at- church there, of which Rev. Coker had dealings. He recently bought tractive cueMs of Mises Dora nnd was the pastor for a number of out the Duncan place on the SomerYireie Hester last week. years. set pike, nnd is making many wjrm Mrs. E. P. Owhley, of Columbus, friendg in his new home. He has Ga., arrived Monday ti visit her Insure with the leadirw cem- - never run for office before nnd his niece, Mrs. It. S. Putmnn. Mr. nnd panies. Fish Bromley represent friends sny Hint he is well deserving Mrs. Owslev, nccompnuied bv Mr. them. All lines. and capable nnd will make a strong nnd Mts. Putnam, left Wednesday race. There is quite n field in the morning for Louisville, where thej Dellqhtfullv Entertained rnce fos assessor nnd it promises to will go to Lexington nnd spend n Miss Dorn Hester, entertained be an interesting one. week motoring through the efiMcrn over a hundred of her friends nt her part of the state. Lebanon Enter- pretty home in honor of Miss Mnry Never leave home on a journey prise. Ethel Anderson, the pretty nnd popu-In- r without n bottlo of Chamberlain's dnughtcr of Mr. nnd Mrs. 1). M. Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea RemeMrs. E. A. Brown, of rnrksvillc, is visiting her daughter, Mrs. Mnrv Anderson, of Prenchersville. T.ts dy. It is almost certnin to be need E. Hankln, in Junction City, die will jiirtf wns benutifully decorated with ed nnd ennnot be obtained when on bo joined bv Mr. J. II. Brown nnd lanterns ,nnd the bouse with ferns, board the cars or steamships. For daughter, Miss Myrtle, of Parksville and other flowers. At the suitable 6ale by G. L. Penny. nnd thev will leave for Searnnn, 0.. hour, the tuests were served rf""di- Hustonville Mission Band of the where Mrs. Brown nnd Miss Myrtle, inputs in the dining room. Tho will remain some time with Mr. nnd tnng band furnished the mitsia Christian church will havo n social in the church yard. Wednesday nf- Mrs. A. II. Humble. for the jolly crowd. HBBBMSae KEHTMCKV TUEMAYjLJMIJIJ HENRY L. CASEY. -I. V. SEVEN YEARS OF MISERY How Mrs Bethune was Re storm, to Heaith by Lydia EoPttdcham'sVageta. him ComponBtL MASONS' MEETINI Lincoln Lodge No. 60, F. & A. M., W win ffMTIBna meets in stated communication on Former Director Animal Industry each first and third Monday nights Phillipine Islands. ExVeter- of each month, at 7 o'clock in their inarian U. S. Army hall oa Main street, Stanford, Ky., Office Lcflan's Stable, Phone 432, Members of sister lodges fraternally Agent American Hog Cholera Serum. invited to be present. II. C. Car Danville, Ky. penter, Secretary. I. Jl- lt y, ui 2. n, Vat-kin- d. er 55-3- Gikeston, Mo. "For seven yean I suffered everything. I was In bed for four or five days at s daAjgBKtaBWM yg. time every month, ana so weaK l could hardly walk. I had cramps, backache end headache, and was so nervous and weak that I dreaded rTTttlm r iai to see anyone or have anyone move In the room. The doctors gave me medicine to ease me at those times, and said that I ought to have an operation. I would not listen to that, and when a friend of my husband's told him about Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound and what it had done for his wife, I was willing to take it. Now I look the picture of health and feel like it, too. 1 can do all my own housework, work in the garden and entertain company and enjoy them, and can walk as far as any ordinary woman, any day in the week. I wish I could talk to every suffering woman and girl, and tell them what Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound has done for me." Mrs. Dema Bethune, Sikeston, Mo. Remember, the remedy which did thla was Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound. It has helped thousands of women who have been troubled with displacements, inflammation, ulceration, tumors, irregularities, periodic pains, backache, that bearing down feeling, indigestion, and nervous prostration, after means hvve failed. Why don't you try it? r Your Salads Can't be made much more appetizing if you get your Olive Oil from us. We test our Olive Oil and accept none that, isn't up to the standard in food'value. it made from the ripest fruit from the oldest orchard of Europe, where Olives reach their greatest state of perfection. It is the most economical for you to buy and the best for medicinal purposes. fC vr .u OUR OLIVE OIL o li & ";7' r. i At PENNY'S, The Recall Store. fG-2- ternoon, from four to six o'clock. Will servo refreshments at n small sum. Everybody cordially invited to attend. Tlii Wnrnnn'si Imnnivmnont Clnh. will meet at the Methodist church Wednesday afternoon at 3 o clock. All the members are expected, and cordially invited. all other women MtS. J. J. Dickey, Pres. "3TJ. t d. 3. 1. Right in your busiet season when yon have the least time to spare you are most likely to take diarrhoea and lose seveinl dnys' time, unless you have Chamberlain's Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy nt hand take n dose on the first appearance of the disease. For sale by Penny's Drug Store. Two handsome Overland cars were delivered in Stanford this week, the first going to J. II. Bnughman nnd the other to his father S. II. Baugh-mnSeveral other citizens nre said to Ire preparing to join the local auto enthusiasts soon. n. I Spinins require enreful treatment. Keep (uiet nnd npply Chamberlain's Liniment freely. It will remove the soreness parts and quickly restore tbo to n healthy condition. sale by G. L. Penny. For Grab Orchard Sprinas. Among the recent arrivals at old Crub Orchard Springs are: M. D. McCnllnm, Louisville, Dr. II. M. Liuibnch, Louisville, A. B. Bensing- er, Louisville; Mr. and Mrs. T. C. Did You Ever Get to the Big Sale? If you did not, we will make you forget the disappointment by continuing to sell what Summer Goods we have left at sale prices. We have some desirable goods left that we do not desire to carry over. counter for remnants and See shoes. Also Dresses, Kimonas, Wash Skirts, Tan and White Shoes, and Low Shoes, etc. Buy your summer needs of this store. the-job-lot Severance & Son fc&Jrtau: i-- ikivless, Mrs. Cnennult, Mr. and Mrs V. B. Chnsteen, Dr. J. W. Porter, Mr. and Mn. R. C. Barbee, George A. Bain, Misses Maude, Edith and Iowa Bain, Lexington; Mrs. J. M. Lassing, Miss Nina Hazelrigg. Miss Fannie K. Earles, Frankfort; Mr. and Mrs. I. C. James, Master James, Miss Annie Jamesu Oscar Savage, Hurrodsburg, Miss Turned, Puducah Miss Nancy Willis Nicholasville, Charlie Chandler, London; A. M. Kinnaird, Mr. and Mrs. R. J. Johnson, It. J. Johnson, Jr., Mrs. E. P. Nichdi&on, Mr. Eugene Nicholson, Jr., Mrs. D. K. Price and infant, Middlesborob Mr. and Mrs. M. A Phelps, G. L. Hume, Mr. and Mrs. J, II. Dean, Miss Dean, Charles b. Powell, D. H. Breek, C. Weaver, Richmond, Joe Price, II. L. Walker, Miss Elsie Mason, Miss Margaret Mason, W. B. Benton, Joe J. Walker, Lancaster, II. E. Thomas, Horse Cave; Dr. E. A. Carson, W. R. Hawkins, Corbin, Mr. and Mrs. Brower, Sr., Oliustcud; L. J. Dawson, Sr., L. J. Dawson, Jr., New Haven Mrs. A. E. Miller, 0. 0. Williams, Mt. Vernon, David Lindsay, Livingston; J1. W. Thomas, Jr., Georgetown; Earl Coleman, Bob Coffey, Mr. and Mrs, R. C. Hocker, Misses Hocker, Miss Sue Woods, Mr. and Mrs. G. L. Penny, Mrs. M. C. Snufley, Mrs. W. B. McKinney, Miss Nancy K. McKinney, MUs Helen Thurmond, J. N. Saun ders, Miss Sopbio Saunders, Miss s, Bettie Perry, Stanford, J. S., Laurel; H. B. Swearington, Louis; ille. The following guests are drinking the waters here: Miss Martha Miller, Sanford, Flu.; Mr. nnd Mrs. E. H. Doyle Willims Doyle, Cincinnati; Mr. nnd Mrrf. J. W. Fox, Masters, Howard and Collins FoxT Dawson, Ga., Miss Georgia, Newbern, Knoxvillc, Tcnn., D. P. Brawder, Jr., Misses Brawder, Jacksonville, Fla: Mrs. Ida Coleman, Macon, Ga. J. H. Mourning, Montgomery, 'Ala., James Garvoy, C. P. Gar-veJr., Cincinnati. x. Bur-rowy, Everything at Cost During the BIG SALE r Cummins . ' M 2t 1 Yearen & Stanford. Kentucky M. All Wool Clothes Home of H. S. B. V. D. UNDERWEAR The Comfortable Kind W 'E. PERKINS . ' M ."i Crab Orchard, Ky .r i -- . Le.- - V t - y THE INTERIOR JOUMIAL, tTAHFtlW, KENTUCKY TUE WAY, JULY II, Itl2. Dome To The Old Fashioned Country Fair at Stanford AUGUST 21, 22 and 23, 1912 For Catalogue and Particulars, write J. F. CUMMINS, Secretary. light yearlings from James Bourne, utul son. for $G0. Mrs. Frank Davis nnd 'two daughter, of Lexington, who have boon MRS. MARY A. C0S1Y visiting Mr. nnd Mrs. W. A. Reynolds have returned homo. Passes Away at-- Her Home In Junc-tio- n Ivan Moore has accptcd n posiCity. tion with the Automobile 'Department, of the Danville Ice & Coal Co., Junction City, July 15. Danville. Cosby Mrs. Mary Armstrong Mrs. W. II. Lyons, of Lyons, Ky., breathed lior Inst at her late home is visiting Mr. nnd Mrs. Charles in this ritv Friday nftnoon Lyons. censed wn9 in her (48th year. She Mrs. Bcttie Williams and Miss wns 'the daughter of Mr. Snmuel Mamie Williams nre iu Danville, Armstrong, who died recently near keeping house for Mrs. John Wright Pnrksville. She wag n good, Chris- during her trip east. tian woman, having been n member Misses Ruth Keauc nnd Lucy of the Ptcshyterinn church many Hnnkln made n shopping trip to Danyenrd. Much sympathy is felt foi ville Thursday nftcmoon.' her husband nnd brother. After n Mrs. J. R. Whitehousc has returnfuneral service over the remains by ed from n visit to Mis. Isaacs in Rev. Captain, of Caldwell's church, Orncl Switch. they were taken to Perryville nnd The L. & N. railroad has beer laid to rest by the sido of her mother ditching west of the depot here and using the dirt thus obtained to fill up the yard to the Trihblc House. Mr. Klijah Armstrong, Mr. nnd Mrs. W. S. Armstrong, of Paiksville, visited Mr. and Mrs. Thomas EJTos-b- y during the illness of Mr. L'uiliy. Mr. George Searles, of Louisville, is visiting Mr. nnd Mrs. B. W. Dur ham. Mr. G. A. Dunn, Record Keeper, of the K. O. T. M. has received n check for the insurance on the life of the late Virgil Tlinrp. Mrs. Elizabeth Brown, of Parks- ville, who has been vUiting her daughter, Mrs. Mary E. Hnnkln, left 'ASTIiaLBTTEB Pomtror, Wash., Jan. tth, WU Monday morning for u vi-- it to Mrs. tacky Wagoa Mfg. Co. Km A. B. Humble in Seaman, Ohio. She LoaliTllU, Kjr. wns nrriiiiipnniril by Mr. J, H. Brown Oaatlemrn:- I hT used the "OLD HICKORT wagon ft gTeat dtal and consld.r titer le bo nnd Mis Myrtle Brown, of Pnrks- Under the Auspices of Diadem Lodge, No. 81, Knights of Pythias, Fox-RidgeCo- al WheBith &7s'MMMttmCMi: i, !r. x ;v r v Now is the time to stock your winter supply of COAL. None Prices better than right. We iork all our Coal YOU GET NO DUST. Fox-Ridge. li ! f KS.ugfl.gMbSSlfKgSk?',fl. wai lfw"fj jm :n -- mf".s' -.' T.L.Z-mZ.--- 9t garage eava.-jvss- CVC3L3 O.'.' sssvesk. ggi " lssT' iimbri-- .iggpiv-- sv. i .sw- - ' -- ' ssss w:Li?siy vamwsaprr grr gfggggr mr a'sssssVwassssl m Z "a i WK v- J. mmttlxrM v ..rJ.lA'o9jiT.IC..137SSSK ..T.1 2&ffflffi-&W- H. Baughman & Co. u.;:u,r "'' T AY up a reserve fund against over .:. to-da- L5 " V m. rwrm .. SM " Phone 1 1 Stanford, Kentucky. THE FARMERS Posted Chas. Semonis. Mr. Tobacco Grower. Get that Tobacco Hail insurance now, before the Hail comes. It costs no more. 47-t- f. R. M. Newland, Agent. v Sale. Sow and ten pigs, very For 5G-t- f. fine stock. II. D. Phillips. of Garrard, conV. A. Lear, tinues his large shipment of lambs from here, having exported a carload on Tuesday, and another on Thursday. The following are some purchases he made for this large consignment : From John Wheeler GO lambs at C 2 cents; from Sparks lambs nt 0 2 Bros., 45 cents; from Hubert Iluruside 25 lambs nt 0 2 cents; from lambs nt C John Hill 23 2 cents. C. A. Arnold shipped n 'car-loa- d lf hog to Cincinnati "nesdny. Lnwson and Brown exportof hogs from this place ed a car-loa- d E. W. Keeton, of Garrard, sold a hogs to J. C. "bunch of I" Johnson, of Danville,; also n bunch of cattle weighing from 800 to 1,- 000 pounds to the same Boyle trad-- ? crs at C cents. Alexander Bros., of Hubble, sold lambs to J. C. Johnson I .50 -jii 4 cenis. ' Tnrlton May, of the Buckeye sec- d hogs to lion, sold 15 .iliawson ond Brown at $7.50 per hun 1-1-1-180-pou122o-poun- the future. Bad crops, misfortune or a great financial opportunity may come. Be prepared. Step in and talk it over y. dred. 1 i- '.6 cents; twenty-fiv- e ihofcs of Capt. T. D. English nt cents; tour 150 pound hogs of L. 1-- - pound uogs or ueorge Uutsuiger 2 225-poun- and shipped last J. L. Hutchins, of Boyle, bought week, forty 14G- - at 7 . d Mton nt G 4 cents; thirteen 900- arid bulls of M. J. Farris nt 4 3-- its. V. C. Carpenter, of the Perryville section, shipped two car loads of lambs to Louisville that he bought nt G 2 and 7 cents. A. V. Cain, of Somerset, sold a nice six year old registered saddle mare, Opal, for $250 to Dr. Fred Sivers, Mt. Victory, Ky. Gertrude Chief owned by Mr. Cain foaled n wagoa eompand with It for tight running end ville. lasting qoalltl.s. I mtut here another wagon fine filly colt 'the last of June. Harrison Hogue, son of Znck eoon and nothing suits ne bnt the OLB - Yours truly. Hogue, of this countv, wns drownCity papers contain a BICKO&Y".Salt Lake (xujdb Baair. ed in Indiana Sunday. He was 17 fairly good likeness of E. C. Hopper, years old. No. particulars of his formerly of Uustonville. Mr. Hopdeath could be learned. His body per id acting as judge at the lurge TCDfti wns expected to nrrive here Monday. race course in Salt Lake City. He Miss Katherinc Wells is in Louishas a national reputation as a horse"OLD HICKORY" ville, the guest of Mrs. P. B. i. man and his services as judge are often sought. WU Use N Dogs made the second raid on the Died Suddenly at McKinney. ' Shropshire flock of thoroughbred Robert Taylor Russell died sudbheep of W. C. White in Boyle lust denly nt home iu McKinney Jast week and killed- and maimed two gMCAUsW they bare foond through week, nnd his rcmnins weio remov many year of satisfactory Mrrlea more, making nineteen. Mr. White ed to bis old home iu Mason county that "OLD HICKORY" wigonf ran has spent the entire week in search lighter and hold the grtMa better than tor burial. of the dogs that have caused him outer wagoas. Deened was born nt Dover, Ky., such n loss, but has only been able wagons are, that "OLD HICKORY" Nov. 27, 1817, and with the excepeasier on their horeee, and handle to v locate one, which belonged to heary loads oyer rough roads more tion of n brief TcMilcnce in CincinThomas Heron and was quickly killeasily and safely than other wagons. nati, 0.. he spent his life on the farm ed, one other was seen, which as yet -t- hat their "OLD BICKORVwagon upon which he was born. He wns It mneh neater In design and better lie cannot find. constructed than other wagons. the son of William nnd Mary Housh T. C. Bankin, of the Hubble secthat "OLD HICKORY" wagons are ton ItiissftN. His father was a nation sold IS porkers that would tip built from better quality of Umber, tive of Ireland, nnd was connected stronger and tougher wood stock being the beam at about 200 pounds, to used throughout than In other wagons. by kindred ties to the Russells of Lawson and Brown, the price being that "OLD HICKORY" wagons are Wsli and English nobility who have G better ironed and the wheels more 2 cents. mound been prominent factors in the afbuilt than other wagon. Wheat is being threshed and defairs of tho-- e countries. His moth -t- hat "OLD HICKORY" wsjoas. belivered 'to the Lancaster grain denl-er- s. cause of the superior quality of wood er wns n native of Ohio, nnd nfter n stock ttsed In eyery part and the subA. McBeath, of Hubble, sold residence of sixty years at the old stantial way la which they are Ironed of seUifss-tar- r his wheat crop to the Garrard Milland built giTS more years speaso homestead nt Dover, died about nine than terries at less repair ing Co., at W, Henry Spoonnraore m venrs ago. Deceased was a member csBjr other wagons. sold his crop to the same firm.nt a "of Fox Lodge. No. 70. F & A. M. He like figure. J. L. Murphy sold to is survived by five sons nnd two Hudson and Hughes nt 98 cents; F. daughters, who mourn their loss. D. Herring sold to the same local ncMMtV" w dealers at $1; Geo. A. Brown and G. Wheat went smash lit Chicntrn B. Sutton, of I'rcachersvillc. also ami Mondav. dropping as low as Oil sold to the same firm at $1. cents. The cattle market continues W. G. Anderson bought a bunch f high. 1-Lan-hnn- Be wise in timethis time. A Start a savings account today. dollar will do It. Capital $50,000. w. STATE BANK & TRUST CO., Stanford, Ky. J. D. EADS, et. - G. L. PENNY, V. Pre. M. SALIN, Cashier. l. Mccarty, wn. t. J. S. RICE, V. Pre. S. ALIERT PHILLIPS, tkr WHY? 1-- Wall au r The American Athletic Team won Bowen News Miss Nannie May Lucas and Essie fiit honors, iu the Olympic games Daugherty sent Monday and Tues- with 12S point to 104 for Sweden day with Miss Funnie Cruncher ut Kngland was third with GG. Shelby City. Miss Ella 1'itnian was visiting he ln- -t week. Miss Alma Coffey spent Sunday with Mioses Nannie Links and Essie Daugherty. DwttlM III Mifs Mntrgic and Elizabeth Fox gave nit icy cream supper lnt night. Live and Dressd Pottoy, Those present were: Mr. Jason Gibson, Miss Eggs,Ice,Coal,Wool,Firs Daugherty, Miss Susie Lucas, Mr. Tom Thornton, Miss Alma Coffey. HiJes, Salt, Featk- Mr. Pnt Daugherty. Miss Snllie (laddis, Mr. I'oto Hysingcr, Miss ers, Giflseig, etc. Ph3jje Fauui Gnddis, Mr. Lindsay ISurh-iinnMr. Ollic Huchunnn, Miss Laneaitor. Ky. Kliznheth Fox. Miss Maggie Fox, Mr. Collins Moore. Miss Martha Russell, Mr. Pence Messer, Mr. Jas. llut'hniian, All reported u good time. Branch House, in Mis Susie Lucas is Stanford, Ky. H. B. Northcott line, n, Danville. E. T. PENCE Mrs. E. L. flnibbs, nnd family nre visiting her mother, Mrs. D. II. Fox Everybody is seeina g jolly time at llowen now, nnd we hope they will continue so for n while. T. K. TUDOR, MSr. PHONE 153. ssssssasssssssssasssissj ssssssausssHssssssissssa I 3s 5SS The Great Danville Fair August 7, 8 and 0 Side Attractions Y Enlarged Floral Hall and Poultry Department. Bip Premium, in all Departments and a Most Liberal and Interesting program throughout. . Finest Merry r ' Go-Rou- nd 7 In the United States Galore C With $750 Band. fm M sM I W. P. GIVENS, President, For Catalogs and Other Inforftuttion, Address I. M. DUNN, Secretary, . Kentucky. iarasls t-- X 1.0 '