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WEATHER FORECAST Fair and Celer This Wek. "I J 031 YEAR. NO 58. LINCOLN COUNTY, KENTUCKY FRIDAY, CASEY JULY JO, 1012, TUESDAYS AND FRIDAYS. lit this connection, the Advocate, SIXTEEN CONVERSIONS is plcnsed to say that icports from AT IAPTIST MEETING FAIR SEASON STARTS AT LANCASTER NEXT" WEEK. ORCHESTRA ORGANIZED L0CJ" MHSuian. H8US6 . DEMOCRATS Wanted Adair county indicate that bullivau will have n landslide there. Helm Stanford-Clos- e Then Comes Danville, Rradnead and lenders arc conceding Adair to Sul- Business Hauses In " Morning for an Hew Friday livan by nn overwhelming majority. The Great tinlfhts if Pythias Middleburg, July 18. Stanford enn nt Inst bonst of n Helm is badly scared, wc aro told, Services Saturday Fair at Stanfsrd. Hon. Jere. A. SiilliVnii'o effort (o nnd is scheduled much .needed orchestra 'which will bo for ten speeches in make people hero believe that lie Adnir in nn effort to stem the tide. news to the music lovers here, havo been Sixteen conversions Tho fair season starts in Ketore his shirt to Imvo Cusey placed j,, n. Fish, formerly of Crab in the 8th Congressional Mr made at the revival services, which ntucky next week, nnd frpm then on dis'trict is ERNEST R. HOOVER, Orchard, but now making In home not fooling anyone in tho least. In aro in progress nt the liaptist Attorney at Law tho horsemen will bo busy. Tho "ere, is acting ns lnstrucftor and fact wc doubt very much if Mr. Sul- NICUOLASVILLE, Ky. church, under the forceful preaching first fain of tho season nte those pinriico is neiu in me opera noise livan knew a half dozen men in July 15th, 1912 of Dr. J. W. Porter, of Lexington. nt Lancaster and nt Fjunkfort. Pco- ntort' iin'lir. Tlinl' nrntinttn- In tilnv Casey until he beenmo a candidate, To tins citizens of Lincoln County: " i The whole community seems greatly pie in this part of tho state aro es- Houso Compnny when- - nnd it is unreasonable to suppose VntJ for the Opera Tho undersigned citizens of pcrially interested in the Lancaster n'ijrta l'Svr ",e,c 's ft H,low norc ,,s wc" ns tuut a man with congressional as- Jcssnmine County, Kentucky, nre in interested. 1cnr innvtlle. Friday morning nearly all of tho pirations, as Mr. Sullivan would fa- formed thnt u report is being circu fair, which is operated this year 5liss Juno Ormmstcnd has return - for "nc.M and other occasions, auspices of the Knights cr to bor hotuo in Louisville after.' following nw the names of the vor the admission of a county hen lated iu Lincoln county that Judge business houses in town closed for under the mrj ho was so little known. Mr. Sulli-v'a- u Emmet Purycnr, who is a candidate an hour to permit their employes to .. M...I.I vlat in IJnf. nn.l Mr . '"CUluere III1U I nc limiru.m-i.!. I...ill Hill- - : n will have to give some reasons for Commonwealth's Attorney in the ii.ill nlnv: B. .II. Fish, riolin, J liss o ',:: i the plan was first adopted by Stan- M Wfter gin why ho passed sleepless nights nnd District embracing Lincoln county, attend the services. Tho crowds latrick " A ,ery excellent premium' Nfbnl. g.cton cornet and Mr. Lester 0' ripped bis nether garments to tnke wns under the influence of liquor each night nre large. Dr. Potter's subject Friday morn us from under the dominion of Caleb while iu NicholnsilIc. ., ..:-- !, list ban been cotten up nt Lancas- - , iu i t .!.,: i. Bannon, elide trombone. Ius ls " entcrnnsuij; venmre Powers before very many Cusey We arc all citizens o Nicholas-ill- e ing was Heaven. Thete was. tho tcr, considering ilie id.orl liu.e ittlioi. ' ey democrats believe his story. The and personally acquainted with closest attention to the speaker nnd which ihc boys bad to work, and Miss Ella Unnictto visited Miss ""' J1 8,0,,,d b? n, ucfe,B8, , ono profession at the close of tho will bo heard at the picture jiuow truth is Mr. Sullivan wants to go to Judge Purycnr and v,c unhesitating be a Elia Route Inst week. their exhibition promises to service. Dr. Porter preaches again Congress und wants to go mighty ly brand this report as false. nnJ bntnnlny nights. ( in cveiy way. Miss Nuucy McKinuey, visited b.icccs bad, and seems, disponed to tell most The lepott is probably started by tomzht Saturday morning and Sat It is the week of Mrs. August 7, 8, and . M. Fryo Inbt week. t ,7. Ed Walton 8ells Somerset Paper any kind of tftory to get there. Rut some whisky man, who icsents the urday night. tbo great Danville fair, which with Jliss Mary Rough, of Danville, is Stanford has been greatly blessed I o, SpCed. Dunn ts secretary promisw tlc gucst 0f C. Walton, former editor of Casey county democrats are on to very efficient services which Judge Col. Ike , Ed h'w racket, nnd wo nre willing to Puryear rendered 'to the "drys" in by the coming of this godly man. to fw a greater t.ucces.s than ever Jiisscs Charlotte Cook und ra- - the I. J. this week sold his Som- - wager the bct old ben on the place the two contests of local option Dr. Porter believes and preaches Times to Jfcssw. Woodson May t'li year. Col. Dunn knows how to i;titlu Nave were in McKuincy Thurs- that there is n hell for the wicked that Harvey Helm polls Do out of elections held iu Nicholasville. Danville ,jnyt milj if, j,. Urown, the owners of the make things bum, and the f 100 votes on August 3. Mark this Ilemiisv of the efforts of Judge nnd a heaven for the righteous. He could not help being n succoj Mr. Sidney Adams, of Cincinnati, Somerfot Journal, thus effecting n fair is n sreat preacher nnd believes in of the two democratic prediction and see how nearly cor-lc- Purycnr and his associates one con- the "old gospel" ith dim nt "tho brim. Wns here for n few days last wcek.'icm-olidatio- n nnd preaches it we nre. test was decided for the "drys" and On August 14, 15 nrid 10 will bo Dea Combest has returned newspapers nt the capital of I'nlas- - It rains beie every day and weeds another so nbly conducted that vith power. , not deefded promixoH to bo tho great- - lo ler j,ome n( Liberty, after a most ki. Mr. Walton has deld what Announcement will be made Satiiit to Mrs. Stanley upon his pluns for the future ns nre getting to be quite prominent in Nieholasvillc was kept dry for over urday whether tho meeting will cone9t fair that bus ever been held in eiijuuL!i com fields. two years, the first election having yet, but may return to Florida. He Rockcastle county. Thee nro Iho Stephens. Jason Lawhorn is kept busy wait been held February 15th, 1910, and tinue after that time, or not. Newbcni, most was never satisfied with the field Miss Rcechcr datw of the Hrodhcad fair this ing upon bis guests. There were ten saloons kept out until Mnrch 1st, Thursday in Somewct, which never was and this j car. Secretary Hiatt has work- - t.lmrmingly entertained thnt score, but willing to be judged main to get to- - cvc;,g nj 8;x o'clock dinner for her ievcr will be n four newspaper town, boarders at Golden Dawn last week 1012. cd Hith might and Judge T. Z. Morrow, of Somerset, As" contestants in these cases, and l merit, qualification, faithfulness n lit of attractions which ,iHit(m, Miss Ruth CuIbcMon, of two belli;- - nmply suffioicnt for n vetber hurpnssed, and those h Covington, Miss Martha sire just ns one is amply has been there for the last three ns- representatives of the temperance to duty, without fear or favor in the cannot lw Louise place that necks, and is thinking of making element in Nieholasvillc, we take discharge of his sworn duty as an Tauknwa, Oklo., and Kiifficieirt for Stanford. Mr. Walton his future homo there. The Judge is hatf watched his work know that i,w 0 pleasure in saying to the temperance officer of the law and a protector of succeeded well. The great Messrs. Uovd Weatherfortl. of Dau-Id- e raanv improvements in the tins will bo ex- - ville, Frank Wentherford of this Citv Times, but n democrnt of his stripe n jolly sort of old fellow, and no people of Lincoln county (bat JuJe the pence and dignity )f this grand flytnc machines which one ge'ts lonesome when he is ubuiil Puryear was thereby identified wjth old Commonwealth. liibited nt the Urodhcnd fair will be n1(j r,n Jnmcs E. Weatherford ofi'ever had any business mnning a It teems that the children's ser tho "dry" side of our fight in Nich Good reports come from that disoveradmission alone. p,j,uici,mi. ncwspner in n county ns worth the price of vicfi nt Willow Springs Sunday was "o!asille, nnd that we nre personally trict Hint Mr. Burch will win over Misg 0ja and will be a little nhAid of what ,iiinm, visited Mis. whelmingly republican as Pulaski. turned into n first-clariot. There associated with him, nnd know this his opponent. Not that we don't admost of the other fairs in this part iiln i ..,. i... .,.!. is said to have been plenty of booze report is untrue. Mr. Puryear, An i'i,1u.i ;. n, of the state nre soins to have. iim,,, f Tmiiiiw.v'lack From Prohibition Convention. on the ground, and some half dozen Wo consider the people of your mire we love "Old for we do, but Beebe" all the, that nprertslente,d crowd promises to be ()k)n nrr;Vt.(! Friday for a vi-- it to A. W. Carpenter, of tho Morelnnd fights during the day. A man by district fortunate in having nn op- more. He is a democratic soldier fair this jenr. U the Hrdhe-- d )0iives here. (section, who is one of the most ,tho unme of Hines was cut in sev- portunity to vote for a man of Judge from the crown of his big brain to Mil4, K Ln't in this section, nut u no Sncnccr. of Rurn'ide. is trromincirt members of the Prohibi- - eral places, and several others were Puryear's character and attain' ,lie bottom of his wounded limbs. ,,.. Cukoo. great many ,llc , t visS nnd by a mcane tiou party m Kentucky, returned knocked down. Sheriff W. T. mer.ts for their prosecuting officer. When you honor him with your vote, of th..se who have watched its pro- - Mr. S. nurton, of Mt. Snlcm, win home Wcdncdny from Atlnntic City Krown and Jniler J. P. Richardson Respectfully -jou honor yourself and the great the greatest of ,(1(t fof n feH. umrs jnlunlov. t:res. ennsidned where he attended the national con- I were present nnd arrested the riot IL II. LOWRY, Merchant. democratic party. It .jn, n0,.k them all. will 'be the Knight- of Mr f MPKi,lncy, nt- - vention of the Prohibition party, erg nnd they will likely pay for their J. P. TURNER, retired citizen. ot Mnntoni on aiirii-- i (l.I)(V(1 (. ,,., pnnie ,,ere iinlT,iny which nominated Mr. Chafin for Pythias fair L. D. SHEARER, merchant UNJUST ATTACKS. for their fur.. 21, 22 and 23. Woik of preparation MNs Susan Whitley Murphy, of Pnidct.t. Mr. Cnrpeuter was ac-- 1 Rev. C. T. Haunch went to Paint W. C. TUTT, merchant. for Stanford's big fair lias been Stnuford visited the Miscs Ilnugh enmpanied by Mrs. Carpenter nnd Lick Sunday. WILL S. IRVIN, minister Christian Upon Congressman Helm Are "Callrushed durirg the past few week. man lat-- t week. two daughters, and her mother, Mrs. I Missctt Martha Dye and Fannie church. ed" by Danville Messenger. Iin-lte- r The haniNome irrounds on the Mr. Charlie North, of Alabama, Turner. They visited New York, Royalty visited relatives at Stanford E. MOYNAHAN, contractor. pike nro being transfonned has arrived home for the Mimmer, Washington nnd other point), while II. D. JURTON, blacksmith. lust week. (Danville Messenger.) rnnidlv. A force of willing workers nnd to hpeud his vacation with bis in tho east and had a delightful trip Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Coulter, Misses O. T. SOPER, sercetary Nicholns- villifi-catio- n When misrepresentation, has been busy for some time on tho pnrents ron. nn,i Min. F. M. NoiIIi, altogether. Mary Elliott, Florence McWhorter, i tile Lumber Company. and other abuses of an opnrc nmpliitheutre nmt otlier ueiau Misl jwn F,()J.(j lenc1itlg. hc,0(ji Lela Corapton, Nannie Coulter nnd J R. CHAMBERS, real estate, etc ponent must be resorted to, an asbeinir rounded into sbnpe. PreachersvHIe. nt jfj gaem vice president pirant for office certainly is skating Messrs. Carlos Compton Oscnr El II. B. CAMPBELL, which will soon be Tho catalogue Mr willmin Hawkins, of Corbin, school National Bank. School off tlie, press will how a premium wnb lhe (.est of Miss noficlpr j;ett. house iMrtbegan at the Hobb's Merry-ma- liott icent tended the Children s Day W.FirstSEARS, president Citizens' upon very thin ice. The unwarrantA. Week, with Miss ed attacks upon Hon. Harvey Helm son at Willow Springs Sunday.' which is not excelled by any Ibt snii.. Bonk of Jessamine. of Garrard, as teacher. It are being condemned by right thinkother fair of this kind in this part MNsos Knnni nnd Mary D Ken( Political Advertising) Anderson Cornelius, ing people nnd nre inakiug friends of the state. Prominent horsemen nedy, of Stanford, visited their aunt, of Rev. Baptist church, preachedpastor LOOKS LIKE A WINNER t tic Satlor him every day. For a time, Mr. will be presfrom all over Kentucky Miss Ulnck Give ns lat week. urday afternoon nnd Sunday mornHelm's friends were kept busy deny600 FOR SULLIVAN ent with the equine beauties, nnd Hustomille nnd Somerset crossed. Loyal Friends Rallying to Support ing those reports, but the practice blooded cattle will diplny their bo- bu'ts nt tlii place Saturday nfter-nooi- i. ing to a good sized audience. Mesirs, T. W. Payne nnd Sump Mercer County Will Give Jere Sulliof framing new ones has continued of Gallant Democrat vine charms. The home team defeated the Cummins have finished painting the van Six Hundred Maioriay r until today they are given little atTho fair here will have most ot .i,,;,,., r, i o ,. Methodist church. This week's issue of the Law tention nnd absolutely no credence. ; the features of an old t.mo country u Mm n()d nltractJvo (Danville Advocate.) School began hero Monday of lasf renceburg News publishes a cut of An effort is now being made to fair, the Moral ball features being dnillsh,cr of Stnllfoni visited Mr, The writer spent yesterday in CcuiitV Attorney W. S. Burch, of throw off the temperance people by week with Miss Willie Mojorc, of exceptionally Spectal Jf w VampMl ,nst week nttractive. Mercer county and was trrutified to de-premiums for all exhibit, nrc very xt, vnni, Slinir. "- - iiiPi1.iui111,. Stanford, ns teacher. Her Mter, obscne the marked enthusiasm for Lincoln, nnd pays Mm this well i saying "Aujlsjson iQunty is solid for Miss Ellen Moore, was with her to I ' i ' nf i:i Mr. Helm," meaning to rcttjejhe sened tribute: was here for n few days lust weel'jsoo the school get fairly started tho Hon. Jeie Sullivan. His friends, who The above picture is only a fair impression jhnt none but whlsKy No prettier site for n fair ground represent the Democratic strength Mr. Carroll lipid has icturnei d first week. The outlook for a good of that county, declare that Sullivan likeness of County Attorney W. S. people live in Anderson county. could possibly bo found thnn that from Cincinnnli. school is flattering. Now that we will cany the county bv eourfl by the local association on not less thnn riurcli, of Lincoln county, who is a There are no better or more Mr. nnd Mrs. C. R. McCormack the Lancaster pike. TUu large wood-lau- d niol son spent last Wrek in Cinciti have a compuNory attendance law, COO majority. The county appears candidate for Commonwealth's Atpeople on God's green earth which is much better than any yet, to be nhsolutelv united on Sullivan. torney in the 13th district, composed than reside in Anderson adjacent makes the location an unti. county, and on our statutes, (only lacking 10 Mercer is the strongest temperance of the counties of Lincoln, Garrard, while it ideal one for this purport. istrue Lawrcnceburg has county in the district nnd the years of nge as the maximum limit "oyle and Mercer. Mr. Bnrch's op- Fnloons nnct there nro several largo Bee Lick lenders deeply appieciate ponent is Hon. Emmett Puryear, of instead of 12 ypnrs, to have been PARISIAN SAGE. distilleries in tho county, the School ojened up heie Monday more beneficial,) mid wider in scope. Judge Sullivan's stand in forcini: the Danville, n splendid gentleman, n is not the whisky-soakecounty unit plank in the last Demfifty-eigstudent's Let the parents 'and patrons lend moining, with Ranlshes Dandruff. good democrnt, n i:ood lawyer nnd hoodlum element hinted nt when the ocratic platform over woleut proand Mr. Lamar Thompson as teach- - their heartiest at all test of mnko a good commonwealth's attention- - of the temperance people Henry Watterson It quickly kills the dandruff gorms cr. times qnd in every wny, and then and the the Hon. nHorney, but the editor of the An- is being constantly called to the fact Courier-Journa- l. that's whv dandruff vanishes ko The patrons of the district, should will the touchers over our land ac- thnt Congressman Helm It is bajd derson News fought bide "by side that "Anderson is solid for Helm." has been promptlv when PARISIAN SAOE is w thankful to hao bucIi ii splendid complish much. It is almost us much "asleep" on the interstate shipment with gallant Bill Burch, of Lincoln, The people nre disgusted with such used. Parisian Saqe Is Guaranteed teacher us Mr. Thompson, and if vith pnients whether their children bill in Congress durimr the past, five tor most 17 yenrs uud n truer, brav tnlk, and ,V,rJ c1rn!,,t,"te1 .!","- - everyone tries. I am Mire wo will lonrn or not, ns with the Jeachcr. yen in nnd bus netev made nn at er, more unelflsb, or moro'pntriotio feplmgs by are going to show their iILm . . voting for Mr. Helm. "'" ' T ' r """ "l"" J"vo a Not only bend them to school but tempt to pas, the bill or have it democrat never drew breath than he. ,,l,,c,,.um 4';,."00, imr scalp. ,r money bacje. At present, every indication . encourage them in their efforts to taken out of tho hands of the com- In our opinion be bus done ns much, points to the nomination of Mr. i ', uei n nuy cent Dottle toilav unci . ". mittee and given a vote. thhishing noqutie an education for ono little become acquainted at onco with the lnly ''""'"K BrnK' if not more work for his party, thnn Helm, but The Messenger desires to Some of the Harrodsburg people word of disapproval of learning r most delightful hair dresini in tho wheat nny democrat in that county, when impress upon the voters the imporare kicking on tho "blind tiger" I Quite u number of fiiends, sur the methods of instruction of the world. ho wns not a candidate for office, tance of going to the polls and cust-iiin "I gladly iccommeiid it ns the priced Uncle Davy Stringer Sunday present time may prove n stumbling rodsburg Danville, snyitig that Har only liming aspired lo office twice their ballots. His enemies are has put the blind thrers out best hair tonic I bine known with a birthday dinner. Everybody block to them foiever. Lone has of moving every stone, their pork barDanville could vithiu our knowledge. I find it the only hair tonic that will had a nice time und lots of good blindfolded ignorance, chained with do business nnd that 'the temperance tin- - su'ue thinj; if 1'tery old Confederate soldier, rel has been opened, nnd every ef:ure dandruff, cleanse tho Benlp dinner. Ho enjoyed it so much. Ho tho fetters of superstition, walked people would put their henit into the their sons and neighbors should vote fort will bo put forth, so it behooves Jiiul make the hair grow lonir and up and down the length nnd bieudth moeuient. was 73 years old Mercer county believes for this loyal democrat nnd son of every friend of Congressman Helm beautiful." Miss Signn Alii, 2 Fare-ve- il Mr. Amey is visiting nt Lankford of our fair Commonwealth, nut now in uniting nnd standing solidly for ns brave and gnlhint n Confederate to go to St., W. Worchesler, Mass. the polls und vote. The this week. a better day is coming. Kentucky those who take tho initiative iu soldier as wore shoe leather Messenger does not believe in party legislation. Thev don't want Stephen B.eer Mr. Russell Reynolds is expected 'hall awaken, for the torchlight of A TEXAS WONDER. Burch one of Johu pnpers taking an active stand--iwho must bo forced into tho I education shall home soon. ero long, chniiKC our a man fight; hut a man whose beurt U in Morgan's trusted lieutenants iu time races for nominations, but so vici'cv- - Gentry will preach at Bethel darkness to brightest noonday, for the uplift work. Ono of wnr and one of God's chosen ones ous have been the attacks upon Mr. ThO Texas Wonder Cures kidney mail declared education is the hope of our country. time Harrodsburg ihinkers me often in times of pence. Helm, that duty bus mndo it' necesand Madder treuWet, removing grar church Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Cres went to supplied with liquor from the blind "Bill" Burch. ns his legion uf sary to correct some ot tho unjust 1. cures diabetes, weak and lame''1"8, Jnnlt, Taylor, of Rockcastle acks, rheumatism, and all irregu- - fftty, is visiting her brother, Mr. RooLenstle last Sunday to attend liters in Danville us they find Dan- fiiends call, him never let a night criticisms upon him. the burial of Mr. Conrad Hiatt, their ville tnoro convenient to reaclthiyi be too cold, creek too deep, dny too tarities of the kidneys and bladder K"Be"e McWilliams. Mr. Proctor, Are long, to repay a debt of gratitude, or Interment of Louisville, will brotlier-tii-lntook Lnwrcncebuig and Lexington in both men and women RetrulatM ' J. J. Jmh Dead. Madder troubles in hildren. If not visit hoirefolks soon. Severn! ot Place in "Oak Hill", the family bur- - the temperance people of Ilojlo terve the party that ho loves. His Tuesday morning nt his homo near county sntittfipil with the estimate life is an ojien book, no pago would PhiI,Casey county, Mr. J. J. Toms, old by your druggist, will be sent our young folks utteuded the sing- - inl ground. Mr. and Mrs. William Mnhan. of placed upon them by their neighhe fear o have unfolded for the nge 45, died $1 : One small ing at Poplar Grove Sunday, they y mail on receipt of ofa complication of, bors T Harrodsburg has driven the puhlioV lnncnster, visited John Naylor nnd blind scrutiny nnd, ns County At- diseases. He had been an invalid "bottle ia two months' treatment, and report a fine time. titers from her limits because Listen for the wedding bells soon. wife. seldom fails to perfect a cure. Send no man but a temperance mnii has torney, he has served bis county for several mouths nnd his death I was not unexpected. He was buried nny show there on election day; faithfully and well. for testimonials from Kentucky and A nice tlireo reel program will be whon Doyle county emulates Charges of big garft huvo been. Though a hobbling cripple, no at Autioch Cemetery, Wednesday other, states. Dr. E. !?. Hall, M2 the exOlive street, St. Louis, Mo., Sold by mndo against the governor of South given nt the opera house Friday and ample of her neighbor there will be sympathy wo nre uure, would he as'c evening after funeral "services by Carolina Saturday nights. no blind tigers iu Danville. of the democrats of his district on Kid. J. Q. Montgomery. Saugars and Tanner. Miss Julia Qamt, most charmingly entertained n number of young folk from three on Stifunlnj afternoon to six in honor of her little niece, Miss Jcmiio Rnmsey, of Somorsct. Dclighttul refreshments wero served and those who wero present report-'goo- d vul nio- -t enjoyable .nffalr. Mhs Kate Bogle, 'of Danvile, vis-- ', itcd her aunt, Miss Kate Bogle-las- t. wccjt Mis-.eand Ruth Edna Cnmnlt Culberson have returned from a do s - piav for and Dances. .- "Pa Do Not Relieve Sullivan Them In the Eighth - r-- -i ij iji..n .,luu,i,,.1.H.w., u. - j n I eet ct jss ss fat ' t, M n, i Inw-nbidi- ng pop-ulnti- d, ht .' v; cr I - tern-peiui- J1 I J'.! wi TaSSB?". iw " u I t jTiwity?i . - THE INTERIOR JWMIAL tTAHftW, KENTUCKY FRIIAY, JULY II, CHy. 1112, t. ZfM. People aro all about done tbeir corn at this writing and are having -- Proprietor BHELTON M. BAUFLE- Tlots of rain and crops look fine. Mr. and Mrs. Richard Elder, wf 1 A TEAR STRICTLY IN ADVANCE Qunil, visited Mr. and Mr?. Bryant Drown Saturday and Sunday. JSUnfetd Knitted it ft petielftt mafl nMllr, Catherine Hensley has gone back M ecrene' ! to Mr. Catron's to stay ngain. DEMOCRATIC TICKET Ida Thompson and children have For President: been visiting her Bister near Quail. WOODROW WILSON Ben Moblcy, of Bcren, is staying For Vice President with M. A. Wren and working at bis TIIOS. R. MARSHALL saw mill. Mr. George Brown and family have ' Pelltlcal Announcements are 01 been visiting his soli nt Buckeye, tbi column Th. annoaBcemtnu 10 candidate! for efflee, tnbject to th action who is very low with typhoid fever. Mr. Dec Wilson, of Crab Orchard, of th demotutle primary I For Conor til was in this place Saturday evening ). A. SULLIVAN, of Midi ion and attended the singing here SatHARVEY HELHi of Lincoln urday night, which was conducted Tor CcmmtnvialtK't itfornry , rtJRYEAR, of Bojle KMMETT by Mr. Richard Elder. W. 8. DUnCH, of Lincoln Mrs. It. A. Smith still remains 1'cr Xtprtintatiti , very ill. VIKGIL WcMULLIN Rev. J. G, Livingston will preach Tor Shtrlf nt Mt. Zion again the fourth Sunday II. B. DACOHMAN and also Sunday r.ighi. Rev. John B, W. GIVEN!) J. 0. WEATHERFORD. Elder will preach nt Mt. Zion the T. J. HILL first Sunday in August. County Jutf Tor Rev. Ham McAlister will preach 1. A. RICE at Mt. Zion the 2nd Sunday in Aug. II. F. NORTH ' Tor CTrcvd Cirri Rev. A. A. Wren will preach at 3. P. WEAKEN Mt. Zion the third Sunday in Aug. 3. F. IIOLDAM The singing is to be conducted by . W. 1L DUNCAN Richard Elder on that Sunday. , Tor JMir t PEYTON FARRIBB Remember all these appointments, OEOROE DEBORDE we hopo to sec a large crowd on DINK FARMEB each day. WILLIAM H. HESTER Rev. McAlister preached at Mt. W. A. CARBON Zion last Sunday, also Rev. Elder Tor Autuer V. L. BECK. I was present and made a nice talk. B. M. OWENS The Sunday school will be at 2 H H. BRONAUOrf a'clock next Sunday. P. C. BANDIDOB "v J. H. BOONE . Pies Brown has gone to Indiana.W. T. GARNER ,;. Theodore Rogers still remains unLAFE MOROAN able to work. Tor Uattttntt Mrs. Lena Noakec, of Broughton-tow- n, 7 Blanjerd Mtpiittrial Hrtritt'. was the guest of her father ROBERTS 3. T. and mother, Mr. and Mrs. Bryant WILLIAM FIELDS J. D. XADS Bron Sunday. JOSEPH L. GOODS Miss Minnie Chappell and Miss primary to Craft Bubjtet to Rtpubltta Minnie Naylor, of Bronghtontown, CrcAard ilaeiiUritl iittritU were the 'guests of their friend Ida W. R. DILUON Thompson Sunday. JOHN KENNEDY Rev. Brock preached to n large crowd at Mr. Tom Henderson's SunThe Interior Journal is printing as day. Sarah Scott is visiting relatives at advertising this issue, paid for by Judge Snllivnn, an article from the Crab Orchard this week. Edd Gooch postponed his school Danville Advocate stating that Sul- another week. livan will carry Mercer county by Mr. Tom Henderson was the guest "We just want to of Mr. Tom Pearce Sunday. 600 majority. The death angel visited the homo state that we do not believe for a such a statement is true. of John Rogers last Tuesday night minute that July 10th and called for its victim, iWe are as confident that Harvey little Elsie Hensley Hhe Helm .will carry Mercer county as we babe of Catherine Hensley and are that he will carry Lincoln. We took her home to a brighter world. a?e fair enough 1o print Judge Sul- She was a brightand beautiful babe, but God saw. cause to take her, and livan's advetisjng, if he wants it something' the Richmond papers will He took her to be his own. She was laid to rest in the old Bethel Grave not do for Helm but we want it yard Thursday A. M. to await the distinctly understood that we do not resurrection morn. for a minute guarantee the truth of J The people were all so kind to her any advertising carried in our col- during her sickness and death. They umns. No advertiser, who ever has would visit her and wait upon her day and night. The friends- - took printed what is not true, profits largo bunches of flowers to decor-at- e much by such deception. It usually her little grave, where it was laid doesn't take the people long to catch Dearest Elsie how we miss you, how we miss you in out home, but we on to what is right. did all we could to save you, but you Enoch Grehan says in the Lex- had to go, but God knew best, he ington Herald that it may not be vnnted another jewel to deck his out of place to remind the weather crown, so he called .dear Elsie away. bureau that when the farmers were Weep not dear ones, for yonr loss is begging for enough heat to make the her gain, for she is a happy angel crops grow they did not mean to todav while you are sad and lonely rnnvpv the idea ihnt thpv wnnted it without her. hot enough to cook the roasting ears A precious one from us has gone on the ctalk. 'A 'voice we loved is still, The Interior Jouhul. A plnee in vncant in our home Which no ono else can fill. Jwietitfl McGrnvr. SHORT LOCAL NEWS Ohio Ensilage Cutter used one season; for sale. W. H. Illggins. 65-'4, Mies Elizabeth Adnms, of Mt. Vernon, Is the guest of Miss LaVima Mr. Charles Powell and family have moved from Cincinnati to Shelby City. Miss Elizabeth Adnms, of Mt. Vernon; Mrs. B. D. VcGrnw and Mis LnVinin JIcGrnw left Wednesday to attend a house party given nt the residence of Miss Puttie Belle Bnrkc in Bryantsrille. Miss Mny Blackcrby has returned from a visit to relatives in Tcnn. Mr. and Mrs. E. B. Sweeney and Miss Lucy Hankla visited Judge and Mrs. W. M. Meyers and Dr. and Mm, W. W. Phillips in Hustonville Mon- day. Miss Gertrude Richardson has returned from a visit to Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Richardson in Morclnnd. Mis Elsie Alstolt and Miss Snrn UirlinriUnn Iffi X'"""Vy Perry nllc to visit xMr. and Mrs. Claude Rhode Island Red hens for sale chenp. Mrs. W. J. Edminston, Crab t. Orchard. G5-3- FLYING at the REX coal makes WARM friends. yards Denlinra's aie exclusive 07-- 1 agents. Ask for votes on the piano nt Rob69-- 1 inson's. Insure with the tadiM com panies. Fish & tfofrrlev represent them. All lines. Bran of Ono crrr er Toudo. i .. LBCA COBKTT. ( J. catxtT matee nth that he amice Co., dome partner ol tb era of T. ). Cntxrr trailer In tht City of Toledo. Oountr ud rut aromnid. and tht turn arm will per tb nun of ONE HUNDRED DOLLARS for nth U)J trtty cm oi um caaooi p cwra vj u hm m BRODHEAD FAIR each day during the three days of the Fair. Driving his 60ft. passenger carrying machine a distance of 20 miles each flight, always in sight. Something worth coming to see. Headland's Hippodrome and Wild West Show, another great attraction. The best fair ever held in this county. Remember the dates. August 14, 15 and 16. rx " Prowte Mr. Lockwood, driving Biplane, will make two flights Hiui tf ' FRANK J. CHENEY. Sworn tn before m and ubrrlbed In mfatftM. Um lib dtr ol Dtotmbtr, A. D., its. A, W. OLEASOX. I At I NOTUT Hill Ctlinh (tor ! tikfn tAftmitl and rtn filmtir upon tb blood and muroia rurtaM of tb imtn, Bend tor ttttimonim. rrrc F. J. CHENEY CO.. TOWOO, O. Sold all Dranvta. tw. Tait uau-- ramiiT puia (or romtlpaUoo. utiiu iTu. aruu fr m Minor. muc, tr Good music, good pictures nt the opera house Friday and Saturday nights. For Rent. A nice new six room cottage with bath. Apply to Mrs. George Givcns. To the County Supervisors. Notice is hereby given that July 27th is the last day for filing county road claims. G. B. Cooper, Clerk. 56- - td. - Notice. 5 per cent, penalty added to school tax July 29th. L. R. 53-Hughes. 8. Rev. Homer Carpenter, of Shelby-vill- e. will preach at the Hustonville Christian church Sunday morning at nine o'clock. Rev. W. S. Willis pastor nt Hustonville will occupy Rev. Carpenter's pulpit Sunday. I will make cheap pictures nt.the Cordier studio, nt Rowland for a short time. A half dozen for fifty cents. All kindslof in and out doors photos. Call and see samples. W. W. Greer. C8-2- p. ld Don't fail to attend the show nt opera house Friday and Saturday nights. . A dark red steer, weighing about 700 pounds, left my place this week. Finder will please notify Fox Services at the Presbyterian church Sunday July 21, Bible school at 9:30. The Communion service nt 11 o'clock. The Brotherhood will meet nt 4 P. M. Young Peoples' meeting at 7 P. M. Preparatory service on Saturday July 20, at 4:30 P. M. Subject "The Church's Cre dentials." Miss Loula May Hays, of Mit- is visiting Miss Luck llankln. Mr. G. A. Dunn, R. R. carrier from this postoffici, is taking an annual vacation. Mr. S.imuel W. Burke is working in hi place. Lee TliotnASt infant son of Mr and .Mr. William McGirr, died Tuesday afternoon. His age was twentj one months. Mcsdnmes Samuel W. Burke and G. A. Dunn arc confined to their respective residence by illness. Mt. and Mrs. L. T. Rankin are visiting bis parents, Mr. and Mrs. T). II. Rankin, in Jamestown, Tcnn. Jlie body of Harrison Hogue, who was drowned in the White River nenr Columbus, Ind., was laid to rest in the grnveyard near Clem's Chapel, after a funeral sermon by Rev. W. Bruce McDonald, Wednesday afternoon. The telephone line built several jears ngo to connect with the line from Gravel Switch to the North Rolling Fork, has evidently served it" purpose, as the poles in this city have been sawed dawn. Miss Fidelia Tharp has returned from a business trip to Danville. Mr. Robert Tharpe, of Bradfords-villwas the guest of friends here Snndny afternoon, having come up from Morelnnd. William Johnson sold to J. F. Case his farm on White Oak, about 1 2 miles from this city, consisting of sixty acres for $1,000. Mr. Roy Curtis, of Moreland. was in this city Tuesday on business. nenry Bourne sold to Willim Johnson his farm of sixty three acres, lying between this city and Parks-villfor 'rl,500. Possession to be ohcllsbtrrg, e, 1-e, It Maks Wak Womcii Struts wttJ Sick Woman WK. Mtala Imtlmmmmtlmm t- Houaework it drudgery (or ibe weak Sbc hniahca, duiti tad $eraht,or It go btr feet all day attending to the many dctaila oi the bouachold, her back aeb ia, her t capita throbbiaj, ocrvtt quirtrini under lot itreaa ol pain,pottihlr dixi fccliafi. Somttimtarnt in bed it ool rcfrrthiaf, becauaa tb poor tir.d nenrrt do not permit of rcfrrthioj alerp. The real need ol weak, nervout women It tatiafied by Dr. Pierce't Favorite Prrtcription, and aa Mrt. Bria and othen tcetifr t Housework Drudgery womi, ulcrrtlom. bottle-wrappe- r. t rrrjtai7iea tht jtrra. Dr. Pierce it perfectly willinf to let every one know what bit "Favorite Preacripf ion " containa, complete liat of oa tbe Do not let any druUt perauade you that hia unknown compoaition it "Jmit t in order that be may make bitter profit. Miw. Hkazim. IlRiooof N Washington St. Delpho Ohio, wrltos: "Havlna ukrn your Favorite l'mvrliition, for a bad rate of Intratlnal dfteaM and ronttlpatlnn with , for which I waa almoat unable to do anywomao'a thing. I think 1 am iafo In ravin? that Ihi m ant no in iiih orll like Dr. Hrro'a Kavorlm and ItT iurlfyliig Lotion Tablet.' I ,am now enjoying tho health, and thank Dr. llcrro'for hit wonderful modiclors which have dorm me a world of rol." Dr. Picroc't Pleaatot Pcilcta regulate liver mma bewelt. f4" ct cl given January 11. 1, 3912. Ufe Peopl Stock Remedy CiMrMlce. to keep jm Stock io i IrMltfcrir Md kttter cttitfN. Tanner. plete eatltfactlon In the morning. After a ahort uae of thla remedy all forma of outald. aid can be dlapcnaed with and nature will again act alone. All claaaet of good American people keep It In the home for Ilia of the atomach. liver and bowela, and among The remedy moat generally recom- the thouaanda who have written the doctor that they will never be without George L. Higbie, Manton, Mich., mended for thla purpoae la Dr. Syrup Pcpaln. which mothcra It are Mra. J. W llaynea. Brady, Ky., and nsed Foley Kidney Pills for Kidney throughout the country hae been giving Mra. E. U Weeka, 1744 W. Jnd fit. their for a quarter of a A haa laved and bladder trouble. He says: 'h tury. children thouaanda or famlUea cen- Owenabcro, Ky. from do, of It lllnett. Today are many a perton a aerloue ualng It where, hundreda uaed It then, find for my case no other medicine and tb.ra mutt be good reaton for thla Anvone wlahlnr to maVa a trial nt thla equals Folev Kidney Pills for bene word of mouth recommendation. remedy before buying It in the regular It admittedly the ons uruggiat at r ficial effect." They are safe nmi forIt children, women, oldPerfect laxative dollaroi a large bottle nrty centa or can people and all (family alxel who need a gentle bowel allmu-la- nave aample bottle aent to the home reliable medicine for kidney trouble othera and not a violent aalt, cathartic free of charge by addreaalng Dr. and rheumatism. Contains no harm Sill or doctored water. Dr. Caldwell'a W. II. Caldwell, almt!r 404 waanington hi.. repeln will act gently, and when Moniiceuo. in. Tour name am addreaa ful drugs. For Sale by Shugars and taken before rttlrlng will bring com o a poaiai cara will ao. hini. Cald-well- 'a nt It It natural for a child to laugh and piay ana wnen it tulka drowally or cri.a you may aepena on It aomcthlng Miss Susie Roberts is the guest phyelcal la the matter. If you ee no aerloue allmtnt you will of her sister Mrs. Spoonamore in evidence, of a If you quietly clvo It not be wrong a doae of mild laxative that evening on Danville. putting It to bed. E. Roberts was in Danville Wednesday, the guest of his daughter, Mrs. S. M. Spoonamore, His little granddaughter Miss Bar- bara Spoonamore came back with Mr. The Peevish Child Needs a Laxative People's Poultry Remedy CMnitHt1 the KST En Pratwir Mi Mmim rtmttatfH. Eftnr wM 91 ir9 Hvfv HMNWS fWI N 8 PtTMMl StlfMtH, fcC.ra bf in. George H.Farris Stanford, Ky. TheLatestt jllflp Thinglin' Stoves RiHi H l( H. B. NorfhcoH tor In LireaWDressdPNltry, E$,Icc,CwJ,WHl,Firi tlttX! cW FerVaidaifk sbmI tvt aajr 1 tioM, iIm TMyktott tbfcg is Hot the btetl Mapper, at fof any other an do- - iea ItBtinuOtl ft Coacra- V HiSak, Le. Feath mi wfcarayaa n,2Sfc RUM tratM H Mt --rhWf ad MMr koi whoa yoa wutk wait k h boa quick mbm. tfaaa caal. caoaoar Ai 2.T.,fc2Shat at aaraaa taiaae S aaaa UaaaatavaM las - m T U ers, Giseif , etc. His Landlady's Affvltp Probably Saved His Life . 'mmmmmmm. I feel that Dr. Kilmer's Swamp-Ho- l. jt 4 'aTcxaTcxaTcxaTcxeaV Jii 'V iv saved my life. I inherited l - s.v. V'axaxaxaxaxaxaV.TiW weak kidneys. The discharge was so frequent and pakiful that I would fQj-.!ml- have to stay in bed to obtain temporary relief. I consulted Rood phy- Wmwmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmwmmmt1" WmwFZr$r':' sicians but the results were disappointing. My landlady advised me WmaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaWfnJ& to try Swamp-Roas the last resort, which I did and I was quickly mk relieved. 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 have done a lot of good in this way. Your wonderful medicine is of great value to mankind. Yours very truly, DAKOTA JACK. J. H. BRDXBY. (J. J. Purrsley.) 835 Main St. Pawtucket. R. I. The above statement made before me I declare to be truthful in every Only costs you $1.00 . For rhe detail. Thomas Marsden, Notary Public. Female diseases, is a wonder, and tify to. this. . ot J,MimmWm. "i'tallllllllllHiiayii The First Man Who Ever Sold INDIAN Remedies in Ky. No man or his remedies are better in Llncelri and adjoining counties than Daketa Jack. His life of years' experience as" a cow boy on the north western plains, and life among the Indians, when CBW boys were and had to be men of C0Urae, gave him true experience of Roots and Herbs when this was the onlv remedy life depended on. known ot ot ot Pursley Indian Herbs, A 45-Da- ys Treats. umutisro, Blood, Liver, Kidneys, and has proven so, people right here tes- Dr. KHmer & Cs.. liT9r18rm Bnf Pl Letter to Ti ft rreve What Swami-R- Branch Houm, StaafeMrd, flTAMDAJLDOIL COMPANY l cr Ky. aajaaf ana. tmwtht Km Aataaaa. Qm aavaiaahaai. AIm aa4 J PHONE 153. Send to Dr. Kilmer & Co., N. Y., for sample bottle. It will convince anyone. You will also 10 cents, 3 cakes 25 cents, nuf sed. receive a booklet of valuable inforand Tanner's Drug store, or mation, telling all about tbe kidneys and bladder. When writing, be sure price if addressed to to mention the Stanford Inferior Journal, Bing-hamto- n, Semi-Weekl- y. Far Will Da Yati. has made his name famous over se veral states. Stops pain and takes . out soreness, immediately. Has cur ed hundreds of cases of deafness. Price 25 cents per battle. Dakota Jack's Cow Boy Linament Creme Soap for the Scalp and Skin All these remedies on sale at Bhu-gu- rs sent prepaid on receipt of regular J. J. Pursley, Lancaster, Ky., Home Office k. ttjuat -- . i! I. .A.. - W W,-.- -, Wft' r ( .- i nrn. j - !?. THC HI -- . 4 ' Bed Boom Suites Odd Dressers Odd Beds Odd Wash Stands Springs, Mattresses Dining Tables Parlor Tables Bookers, Chairs, Wall Paper Carpets Mattings Bugs Druggets, Lace Curtains Shades, Pictures Trunks, Sewing Machines MgjivnjmMijjvntjm, lt tfi V 3 HENRY L. CASEY. 0. V. S. MANNS' MEETIM Fox-RidgeC- oal Now is the time to stock your winter supply of COAL. None better than Prices right. We fork all our Coal YOU GET NO DUST. Fox-Ridge. Llnfola, Lo'dfe Ko. JJO, F. ft A. It, Veterinarian. meets'ia stated eommanicatioa on Former Director Animal Industry each first and third Monday nights Phillipine Islands. ExVeter-- , of each month, af 7 o'clock in theic inarian U. S. Army hall OB Main street, Stanford, Ky., Office Leian's Stable, Phone 432, Members of sister lodges fraternally; Agent American Hog Cholera Serum. invited to be present. H. C. CarDanville, Ky. penter, Secretary. Your Salads Can't be made much more appetizing'jf you get your Olive Oil from us. f We test our Olive Oil and accept none that isn't up to the standard in food value. ia J. H. Baughman & Co. Phone 11 Stanford, Kentucky. WATribble HONESTLY fifi It's tk Best Policy if written by FISH & BROMLEY The Insurance Specialists Stanford, Kentucky Promptly ! 100c on the Dollar Legal Rates redhead. Mrs. J. H. Cass U limiting iu Stanford. A. M. lFLntt and W. II. Anderson were in Qosbcn Tucsdny. Miss Ucssio Kccsling, of Knoxville Tcnn., i9 the gue-- t uC Mrs. J.' M. Clark. Mr. mid Mm. Fred Durham, of Mt. Vernon, ft ltd George Durham, of Sparks Quarry visited their parents firnt of the week. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Pike iimTlic-tl- c daughter, of Livingston, visited Mrs. 0. A. Frith last week. Wudo Lecco tina ui fivrp. (rnb Orchard Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Vwiltcr McCall, of Franklin, Tenn., hno been tho guests of Miss Jewel Francisco. E. J. Walliu was over from Danville, first of the Meek. Mr. and Mrs. II. L. Tharpe and dnin;htei Misses Elizabeth and Mnrcucritc were in Louisville first of tho week. Mr. Jes Knymor of Alnbama, hns been Ihe (juet of MNs Louise Wil-sou. Highland Mr. Wash Cook and wife lane returned to Detroit Mich., nfter apcnd-in- g OUR OLIVE OIL made from the ripest fruit from the oldest orcharda of Europe, where Olivea reach their greatest state of perfection. It ia the most economical for you to buy and the beat for medicinal latter part of last Miss Mattie AVilmott nlul Miranda Tato viailed Mis Kdith Moore the week. For Sale By PENNY'S DRUG STORE Mr. and Mr. Ilnrvev Owens have letumed to their lktno in Maywood, after usiting their parents. J. C. MeClnry as up trom Stanford, Sunday, to conduct tho funeral vorvice of Mt. Conrad Hnitt, who died nt his Inline in Mt. Vernon Saturday night and was buried at Oak 1 1 ill Sunil.iy afternoon. Ites. Duke, of Mt. Vernon, and Harncs, of Danville, arc holdm? n (cries of mcc'tings at tho Baptist chinch. MNs Myrtle Murray, of Crab Orchard, iited relatives here fitt of the week. Mr. and Mrs. Walter MoCall, Mies (iniec McCall, Jewel Francisco and Lorcttn Frith, were in Stanford Tuesday night. Miss Elizabeth Thnrp U visiting in Duihille. Spiniiw require careful treatment. Keep quiet nnd apply Chamberlain's Liniment freely. It will removo the oreness nnd quickly restoro tho p.irts to n healthy condition. For nln bv G. L. Penny. few days with his mother and friends. The singing 3ehool has closed nt the Methodist church here and o find n great difference m our singing. 'Mr. Mackby did us n great help he is n fine teacher. There is hinging nt tho Mt. Moriali church etcry Saturday evening and Sunday now, and we hope them much siicic-k- . Mr. Manford Griffith is iniproung after u bad "pell of typhoid fecr. Mr. Colctunn Lutes was in High land Sunday. Tho ininy wcti'ther is causing tlw people to stack their wheat on of tut getting it thrashed. Tobacco is looking fine in this part of the couutiy. Mr. Jack Mills has been seen in Highland several times hero lately, wonder what is drawing his attention. Several of the Highland people are attending the hinging at Mt. Moriali. Mr. Speaks has become nuto driver. He takes a ride every Sunday he and his wife. Wonder who will own the next uuUuiobile in Highland. The base ball team hero seems to make no speed iu their plajine; as they let the Hiistouville team beat them every time. Mr. Millard Hatfield is calling on n mighty pretty girl here. Ii of. Charley Duiinaway spent Sunday evening with his best girl near Highland. it nt At PENNY'S, The Rexall Store. I 1 Everything at Cost '& During - ? board the cars or steamships. sale bv G. L. Penny. Never leave homo on a journey vritliout a bottle of Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy. It is almost certain to be needed nrd cannot bo obtained when on For the BIG SALE Pomeror. Waah.. Jan. ttb. IM1 Kentucky Wagon alt. Co. XooUYllle, Kjr. Qentlemen : I bTetaied tho "OLD HICKORY" wagon a great deal and conetder ihere la no wagon eomparedwltb 11 for light running and laellng quailtlea. I must hate another wagon and noising aulu ma but the "OLD Yonra truly. ICKOKY". 1! Charlie Whitemoon, the Cowboy Herbalist. Whose wonderful Root & Herb medicines have been making such wonderful cures for years past in Kentucky, extends greetings to the readers ofThe Interior Journal, through the courtesy & splendid rates offered by its editor. The name of my great universal remedy, is v COM-CEL-S- AR. 'KABTBia LETTER CuMrfflNSWEAREN Stanford. Kentucky" Home of H. S. ft CllODl BUOST. 7 )!? composed of 1G Roots & Herbs. It i an ideal spring & fall tonic, stomach, liver, kidney, bladder & blood remedy. is a body & BBtg r nerve builder of great merit & should be used both spring & fall for putting tho blood & general system in fine condition to meet the necessary changes taking place at those seasons. is sold at all drug stores, tho' eomo times, you find a druggist who for some reason BojIKilaiilfefc will not handlo my remedies. In that case, I will, on receipt of the price of $L00 send it postage paid any plnco on earth. is packed & backed by a legal guarantee that gets back your dollar if fails to do what you buy it for. Call for also for Charlie Whlte-Mwn- 's Science Safe which is made of pure vegetable oils BveBsBsBSMieaBBBBBBBBBBflrntifuBM BBBBBBBBBBmTeBsBsBBBK 'IrBamW SM for Human skin Only, 10c a bar, 3 for 25o & money back if you don't happen to like it. My years of experience as a cowboy & among the Indians, cive me a peculiar fitness & knowledge of tho value of Roots & Herbs as medicines, & I would like to send every reader of this paper & any friends of yours, a copy of the greatest book of its kind ever published, entitled, "The Cewkity Herbalist". It is filled with startling facts obtainablo no place else, & costs yon nothing but a post card, & if you want a fine calendar, say so & I will mail you one for 1913, lithographed in five colors, a fine likeness of myself, entitled "Ready for the round-upAll letters cheerfully answered, information given relative to Soots ft Herbs as medicines. Catholio or Protestant, Read Yew ttMe Ezekial 47:12. Ec'cleslastes 30: 14, 10, 10, 17 also Chapter 33; 4, 0, 0, 15. St. Paul to the Romans, 14:2. Wisdom of Solomon 7:17.20. Revelations 22:2 Psalm. 103:14. Write these verses down, then read them. The Bible says "Pliysiaiafl Heal Thyself" ft so, if modern doctor with mercury ft other poisons can't heal themselves, what chances have YM to be cured? Tours for a long, clean, healthy ft anceessful life. W. aVMdway, LtaftvMt, Ky. CHARLIE WHITE- -, If you write for information, book or calesdar,addrss Dept. 7. CeMR-C-S- ar Cem-CeJ'S- ar CMt-Cel-S- ar C&m-CeNS- ar CWH-Cel-S". rOLD Use Offecr WHY? IK N over-rouu- h Ilea Wfc Have Uactl HICKORY" M. All Wool Clothei they bare found through mauj year of aatlifactory aerrlca . that "OLD HICKORY" wagona run lighter and hold lha graaM better than other wagons, -t- hat "OLD HICKORY" wagona are eailer on their bora, and handle beety loada roada mora aaally and aafely than other wagoni. -t- hat their "OLD HICKORY" wagon la much neater In dealgn and belter oonitruoted than other wagooi. -t- hat "OLD HICKORY" wagona are built from batter quality or timber. atronger and tougher wood atock being tued throughoullhan la other wagona. -t- hat "OLD HICKORY" wagons are tetter Ironed and tha wheela mora smb. atanUally built than other wagon. -t- hat "OLD HICKORY" watoai.ke-eU-M fifth auperlor quality of wood atock need In arery part and tha way la which they are Ironed and built gWe mora yeara of aatlttao. lory eenrice at leea repair eiBesaa una B. V. D. '" t v CS--i :i UNDER EAR a vi The Comfortable Kind W. E. PERKINS Crab Orchard, Ky waejvMe. WatMaas WCIMBY i artu .T. PENCE Wif4 "v1 MSMISaeISi JfWWAl ITAJtf t. KPtTIHKV FRIBAV. JULY Jtmdts It. Hit CHv Hot Weather at Last fHoirwallow Keatuckian.) Mr. W. U Sharp returned to his The Wild Onion School House is how in Anderson, Ind., Saturday. Columbui Allsop nfter a vMt to relatives and friend leaking ojraln. nt a mcelinR latft ni(jht said he be- - n this city. rf Mrs. Slmrp and ?ti lieved it would be better and less Mary Lee will remain n few days trouble, to move the building over n longer. few feet than it would bo to patch j Misses Ruth Tanner, Georgia Weill the leak. Jesse Ilerrin and Marshall Me Col- Tobe Mosoloy, had another en- - lum nttended the hop at Crab with his wife yestorday and nrd Springs Friday evonlng. lit nn effort to forget his domestic Mrs. Ni W. Duck, of Paint Lick, troubles he is spending his timo nt is uniting Mr .nnd Mrs. Robert Lytlo tho post office abusing tlio dctn- - jn (ho rountry. ocrntio party. Mr. J. M. Koscnfield, of the Blue- Miss Hoste'tter Hocks tins had urns Lennue of Haocball Clubs, Lex- sorao gold put in ono of her front ington, wns here Saturday, trying to Orch-counter J LOW SHOES at a price te justify your buying new, the yeu may net need them for a while. These are net last year's shoes, not out of style, but the Our bill ale ii overjbut we will continue to tell 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 Carpet Samples Stanford. Ky. For Rugs, at Cost In Axminsters, Wilton Velvets, etc. Size 54 by 27 inches. Hughes, Martin & Co. You can leave your windows open and the shades op day after day, yet the tun cannot fade (t&ORFAST Its colors are everlasting proof against UU tmAXwt Bnrl watM Nn miMiina about this positively GUARANTEED instead. ThkU owy one of its many advantages over otner naiangs. It has no odor at all, can be sewed like any carpet, dirt can't sift through it sanitary beautiful dainty patterns and colorings easy to keep dean and, best of att; the price won't scare you. Well cheerfully show you a nke assortment and floor cor- d you more about this unusual tel f when you're ready. Way not low-price- "JUST THINK OF IT!" teeth, nnd is now prepared to sing' sign some or the player ot the I on short notice. funct Junction Citv Club. Miss Flutic Ilclchcr has returned) Miss Klizalicth flernrd. of Bow- frora Hounding Billows where sho ling Green, vihitcd Miss. Ruth Mc-hspent tho past week gathering Collum Friday, new idens in millinery. woman Au'ndult Bible class ho Jsen there having roccntly bought, ennized in the Christian church nt I ft new hat. mem- this nlace. with twentv-fiv- e Poke Knslcy snys the more civil- -' Iwra to start. Officers aro MSrs. Uation be have the more complaints, O. D. McCollum, President, Mrs. wo win nenr about liens. lie says Mack Baucom, Treasurer, Mrs. J. when he was a boy nobody paid any j Walker Bailey, Secretary, and Mr. attention to n flea. L. T. Rankin, teacher, The Wild Onion school teacher, . Messrs. George Scarles nnd Ben in his regular Friday afternoon talk Durahm. Jr., loft Saturday for to tho pupils, told them that while Parksville. where they will vMt Mrs. they had absorbed about nil tho Pleasant Tucker. knowledge in the school books, there Mr. Will Konnoy hnd eight lambs una still n l.tt of loose knowledge killed by docs Thursday night and scattered about over 'the world that Mr. Charles Black had fourteen they could pick up. Some of them lambs and ewes suffer the snrco fate showed surprise when the teacher Wednesday night. None of the dogs In his usual manner, admitted there have been apprehended. Mr. nnd Mrs. Willinm Wighnm, of were n few thing that even he himMorelnnd, are visiting Mr. Thomas self did not know. Cosby nnd nttended the funeral of Airs. Cosby Saturday afternoon. Stone to Get a New Name. Mrs. Kdward Williams is with her A dispatch from Washington buys: Tho numes of the postoffice at mother, Mrs. John Roberts in Row Stuiie, Garrard couuty, Ky., is to be land. Mr. Williams returned from changed upon the iccotmncndutiuii there Sunday. Prof. James P. Boiling, of Pnrks-villof bcuutor Urudley, 'of Kentucky. took the train here Saturday Owing to the development of coul iicldd hi Pike couuty, Ky., u town for Vnnccburg, where, he is making n has beeu built up there culled Stouc. splendid reputation in schqol. Mhs Lclin It promises to become u prosperous Lucy Minor. Jones, Zelln Clarkson. Myrtle Beazley, Marv community, und its citizens desire Coldiron nnd Messrs Ot Mvers. Walthut the postofiico be Officially known us Stouc. As 'the postotlice ler MOser. Dean Timberlake nnd John Best, of regulations forbid two offices of the Dreadful Morcland, presented "Those Twins" nt Mnccnbee Hall bumo nume in u btate, the Garrard this city Friday evening. couuty Stone will likely give way to in Pike county. Prizes for Tobacco. The Slit'tr Fair Miiiiniaruietit an Republicans Against Taft in Nth. nounces the following classification ltobert L. Slade, the popular coff- and prizes for tobacco at the comee- drummer, and Chaning Slate Fair to be held at Louiscellor Commander of the Knights of ville. Ky.. Sep. Dth to Hth. 1012. Pythias of Kentucky, was horc MonBurley (Crop 1911) day visiting tho trade und shukini: 1st. 2nd. 3rd. hands with his many friend Mr. Red Leaf $20 $10- - $5 just beeu through u leng- Bright Leaf Slnde has fi 20 10 thy tour of tho Eleventh district. He Cigarette Wrapper ... 20 10 5 says that ho doesn't find one re- Bright Trash G 20 10 publican out of twenty who is going Best four samples from a ninglo to voto for Tuft. Practically all of crop embracing Red Leaf, Bright those who do not say they ure for Leaf, CignrettcWrapper and Woodrow Wilson, declare thut they Trash. , $3 will voto for ltooseveIt':i third party Rurley (Crop 1912.) Mr. Slado declares that ticket. 1st. 2nd. 3rd. .r, many prominent republican leaders Kcd Leaf $10 in the mountains hae come out op- Bright cuf B 10 enly for Wilson, in order to the beL-t- Cigarette Wrapper ... 10 5 prove their of the Bright Trash B 10 2 steal at Chicago. Best four samples from n single crop embracing Red Leaf, Bright Made Us Feel Mighty Good Lent, Cigarette Viranncr nnd Trash $2.50 (Argus in Louisville Herald) Shelton Snufley. of the Stanford For summer diarrhoea in Interior Journal, is one Kentucky nlwnjs give Chamberlain's children Colic. newspaper man who got some com- Cholera nnd Diarrhoea Remedy and fort out of tho Baltimore convention. niMor on, nnu n speeuy cure is cer The Interior Journal wns ono of the tain. For sale by G. L. Penny. first newspapers in the btate to advocate the the nomination of Wood-roWibou, and the Todd County Progiess, of which Loving W. Gaines mnd SURETY BONDS (we beg your pardon, wo should have E.HNEWLAND (.aid Colonel,) is editor, was a close STANFORD, KY. second. By the way it appears that our friend Suufley will be next Representative from Lincoln County in the legislature. Mr. Suufley is u candidate for tho Democratic nomination for Representative und is without opposition no fur. Here's hoping- that he won't have any, as lie will make a Representative thut county und state will bo proud of. os as or-ov- cr e. . er w Very Cream of 1912 Shoe Shops. These Shoes are in Calfskins, Tans, Vici and Patent Leather, in button, lace and pumps, and 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 $2 $3 $32 and $3 He 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. H. J. McROBERTS Stanford, Kentucky DEPOSIT BANK OF STANFORD, chartered March 9, 1854. It's successor: National lank sf Stanford, organized June 2, IM5. Recognized as First National Bank OCTOBER 3, 1882. FIRE INSURANCE 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. J. C. McClary To Whom It May concern 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 r I. L. SANDERS. THERE IS REAL PAINT and also some stuff mixed with cheapening materials, that is not worthy of the name. If you have had experience with the latter kind If you ye "don't want another haven't take our advice and don't Buy our nal paints experiment. save yourself 'dUsppdintaent and aimI sseaeyas welL j. A. ALLEN. Vy ' Stoiifere. Ky. They. Are Hustlers. and Messrs. Jack Beazley and Sumuel Qwens, of UNDCRTAKIR AND BMRALMKR Stanford, were down toduy working STANFORD KENTUCKY. for the K of P. Faif, which will be Hmm Phsne 3. 22 Offlee PhMM 117. held in Stanford on August 21, y und 23. With such men as these at the helm there is no such as fulhtreJ CRAI ORCHARD. KY. Axu expert operator will nnd the Advocate bespeaks tor tlio give a demonstration of people of Stanford ono of the best CONCRETING fancy needle work at the in its history. Boyle will fuirs the home of Wm. Allen, u large delegation to help Hwell tho We are in positiou to do all kinds of Powers, Ky., at 3 crowd. Danville Advocate. of concreting, such as Block Work, o'clock, July 17. Ladies Pavements, and in fact, we can make A Sargaln. are cordially invited. anything from a house down to a About 7 2 acres of good land in fence post. Call and get oar prices n high state of cultivation located before you buy your material at in the heart of the town of StanMOUUTO, ST ford, Ky.,,5 room residence, halls, least. concrete basement. 2 room tenant PHILLIPS BROS., Stanford, Ky. house nnd nil necessary outbuildSPRINS SUITINf. A splendid proposition for ings. My new spring and suauntr saa who want to move to you farmers town. If you want it act quick. For pies ars now ready for your Inspection. They comprise tha best on particulars see" the market I can suit anyone as to HUGHES & McCABTY, ssssRslsssssssVISssssb F MtST price who had his clothes mads to Stanford, Ky. sssssssssssSflBssslm order. A suit nade to your neasars is pwferabls to ready bsss elothes. To have them made to measure UNDCRTAKIRS AND doesn't cost any aiors than raady DIAL-BALSO OMMty d. IN FURNITURC MAT-TINnade whs saality and fit is RUM. THEY WILL General Farm Surveying Coa in and let bm taks PURNITURB IXCHANai 52-S- a Phone 172, StuM. Ky. your Bsasars. FOR ALL KINM OP STOCK. WV( THKM A CALL. FRICI H. C. Rply, The Praetkal Tatter. Col. Sam T. Harris to-da1-- every test and can say it has given entire satisfaction in every respect. MRS. J. M. CARTER, JR. W.H.Higgins Stanford, Ky. G. B. PRU1TT, A Substantial Surplus statement of tbis bank troller showed a surplus ot J.L.Beazley &Co at the last call ofvtbe comp- $100,100 hrl R ' E. D. Pennington, This large sum is made up of earnings which bare been left intact, in order to add to the financial strength of tho Bank, and further guarantee the safety of depositors. This is a SAFE bank to intrust your funds. Siirvyr coa-iders- Lincoln County Nilional Bank Corner Next to Courthouse. Stsuaforel, Ky.' V V .1 V r THE INTERIOR JOURNAL, STANFORD,. KENTUCK1 FRIDAY, JULY II, 1112, Handsome $400.00 Piano A GIVEN AWAY! tlt is GIVEN AWAY How rnnjtnnH one ote SIM ROIMSON will away, abiilalaly wilhMif Nittka RMjIsMtf Plant) itbtwa itltw. This attar la aaaala aay My In LiMalR tr aa shrine aawtlaa aMaamlHaflM biaiwana attalaai at Sam fUiiRiiR't atara ar cat frtm this aaT This will be the moat interesting advertising proposition ever held in this section and everyone has an equal opportunity to secure this piano. l ti Sicure This Piano. For every penny spent we will isnc trade coujmmis. Thcc ata good for their filer vnlnn in vi(fu n( (tin r!" of for every cent of purchase. The coupons nre transferable, nml if yon nre not interested in securing the prize for No Publicity. An Equal Chance For All. Nominations will be received from nnyone, cither personally or by mail, and will at onco be entered in a voting register nnd the person will be notified. There will be no publicity for anyone, as every contestant will be assigned a particular number. All .published bulletins will be by number only. At the close of the content the pia no will immediately bo awarded the winner. No lucky number "will win this beautiful nnd useful prize. Just send in your name, have a number asigncd to you, nnd then boost for that number among your relatives nnd friends. The rules arc sim pie, the chance costs nothing. An opportunity for nnyone to secuie an instrument that will give untold joy nnd pleasure. We co not expect to recover tho expense of this contest through a larger percentage or profit, but through a larger volume of business; and we will endeavor to give you moro for your money in the future than we have in the past. In case vf a tie, a Pri ze identical in every respect with will be awarded to each tying contestant. yourself, you enn make some friend or acquaintance hnppy liy Paving our votes for tlicm. The Contest is open to nnyone in this town or surrounding country, nnd the person securing vote coupons reprcsentrng flic largest number f vote, will receive this beautiful instrument free of nil cost. hiss Qsvsrmitg Csstsst 1. No name of contetnntnnt will be known. 2. No nnmc of contestants will be published. 3. Kvery contestant gets i2,000 otcs to start with. 4. Every contestant gets n number. 5 Standing by number published weekly in the Interior Journal. 0 All votes must be brought in Wednesday for Tecording. 7. Votes must not be written on. 8. Tie votes in packages with contestant's nmucrb and a mount on top slip. 0. Color of ccrti-cntwill be changed each month, .nnd must be recorded monthly to count. 10. Votes nre transferable only before recording. 11. Contestant having largest number of votes on January 1, 1013 wins the piano. es that tied for, -;- - The Cloting King. SAM ROBINSON, - Contest Closes Jan. 1, 1913. n The Price Maker of Lincoln County. -:- - First-Clas- s Dry Goods, Gents' Furnishings, Shoes, Clothing, Etc STANFORD, KENTUCKY. To my many friends allow me to thank you one nnd nil for your kindness to me while ministering to the last sad rites of my beloved wife. Trusting yonr friends will be as kind to you, in your bereavement, as you have been to me, is my prayer. II. D. Magee. -- SOCIAL aits' PERSONAL Miss Isnbclle Lutz, of Louisville, is the guest of Mrs. Walter Jones. Miss Nora Enoch, of Somerset, is the giiet of Mr. J. H. Baughmun. Mrs. Ed. Peyton, is the guest of .Mrs. J. Carroll Bailey nt Crnb Dnh-nrd. Miss Annie McKinney is spending several days at Richmond on business. Miss Mary Logan, f LonisilIc is the guest of Misses Mnttirnnd Bet-ti- e Paxton. Mrs. Margaret Dcrr and daughter, uf Cm, tun, Iiiu., arc visiting Mrs. M. M. Sweeney. MUs ltettie Paxton has been visiting Mrs. Will McAfee nt her country home near Shelby City. Mrs. Levi Myers has returned home after a visit to Mrs. Isaiah White at Morelnnd. Mr. and Mrs. Albert Severance and Heath ore nt the Crab Orchard Springs. Dr. Veacb, of Louisville, is the guest of Mrs. Alice Pickett, who is vicilhig Severance. Mrs. Mnry Owens nnd little grand dnugbter, Margaret, of Somerset, aro the guests of Mr. John Itout and family. Mr. and Mrs. C. F. Onrnctt, nnd children, of Crnb Orchard, are the guest of her parents, Mr. nnd Mrs. Wnlter Wairen. Mrs. Mnttie Withers and Mrs. Bettie McKinney went to Crnb Orch-nr- d Springs the first ot tho week to remain some time. Misses Mary Vnnoy, Nannie Woods nnd Sue Tnylor Englcinnn left Wednesday for Mammoth Cave, where they spent several days. Mr. Snm Owens and little grander, James Samuel, of MoKinney, were the guest of Mrs. Lclia Cooke Wednesday. Messrs. James Hall, Carlisle Myers, Dunn Snndidge, and Will Hnwkins, came down from Hustonvillo Wednesday night in Mr. A. J. Adams' ear. Mr. and Mrs. Walter McCnll, of Franklin, Tenn., Misses Etta Frith, Jewel Francisco and Qrneo McCall, of Brodhend, were the guests of Mr. Logan McCnll Tuesdny. Mr. Robert Lewis, of Hood River) Ore., and sister, Miss Margaret Lewia of Williamsburg, lave returned to Williamsburg after a visit to relatives here. Mrs.-William L. M. Reid, of Mitchellsburg, wns here a few dnys last week. Mr. J. B. Drye, of Brddfordsville. was heie Wednesday. Miss Nancy McKinney visited Miss Louise Cooke Tuesday. Mr. Harry U. Hockcr, of Danville, isited his parents here last Wf.ek. Mr. and Mrs. J. II. Denton and children, of Somerset aie visiting Dr. and Mrs T. W. Pennington. Dr. and Mrs. W. W. Phillips of Junction City, hne taken rooms nt the college building for the summer. Mr. I). M. Humble, of Louisville, wds here Tuesday with his brother Mr. T. W. Humble. Mrs. T. M. While, of Louisville, is the guest of Mr. J. M. Carter and family. Misses Martha Dye and Fannie Royalty, of Middlefaurg, have returned home after n visit to Mr. Spears FMier nnd family. Mr. and Mrs. John Howe, of Chattanooga, nre visiting Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Murphy. Mrs. Oruntead and daughter, of L"Hiiille, iited Rev. and Mrs. Surles last week. Mrs. R. L. McKeehnie arrived Fridnv from Montgomery. Aln., for n visit to Mr. nnd Mrs. J. A. llaia tnonds. Mr. nnd Mrs. E. P. Owsley, of Columbus, On., arc the guests of Mrs. Mnrv Owsley. Mrs. R. C. Iloeker nnd daughters Jnnie nnd Mary Kntbcnno nre vis iting her parents, Mr. nnd Mrs. M. E. Phelps nt Richmond. Mrs. J. C. Euhnnks nnd daughter, Annie Leo nro visiting Mrs. Cleveland Rose nt Lnncnster, nnd Mrs. Belle Perkins nt Mnrkshury. Miss Elizabeth Pickett, of Shel- byille, who is attending school nt Sunday with tier Richmond spent sister Mrs. William Severance. Miss Bess Hill is in Richmond, visiting Miss Lucile Walton. Judge J. W. Alcorn went to Crab Orchard Friday to spend several dnys at the springs. Hon. J. A. Sullivan and Jesse Cobb, of Richmond, were here Thursday for a short time. You certainly cannot lose Mis. L. M.-- Westerfield and chiltoo, dren, have returned to their home in your hair and keep Which shall it be? Lose? Paris ufter a visit 'to Mr. and Mis. Then do nothing. Keep? M. D. Elmore. Mr. Richard Hocker and daughter Then use Averts Hair Vigor. That is about all there is to Margaret, have returned to their Mo., Ayer Hair Vigor is also home it Kansas City, S. after n visit to his brother, J. Hocker. splendid a and Mr. and Mrs. William Rnybourne, hair-ton- ic It keeps the hair and handsome little son, Sterling, of soft and smooth and greatly Washington county, nre the guests, promotes its growth. It does of .Mr. M. M. Sweeney. Miss Lyle Cooper and Mr. James not color the hair. Consult your doctor freely. Doctors Cooper went up 'to Crab Orchard Triday to tho dance. They are studying these hair will remain attend Sundny. until questions much more than Miss Josephine Carpenter is visin former days. iting her brother, Mr. Jamie CarCO.. town. Ma by th t. C penter nnd family at Crab Orchard. Miss Martha Wallace Jones, of Mrs. J. F. Holdnm, v)f Crnb Orch-nrwas hero Thursday with friends Kansas City, Mo., is hero visiting Mrs. J. R. Cass, of Brodbead, is her uncle Mr. W. P. Grimes nnd family. Miss Jones visited here several visiting Mr. L. B. Hilton summers ago, and made many acMr. William Tucker was in Richquaintances, who nre glad to see her mond Thursday, the guest of Miss icturn. Jennette Phelps. Miss Mnry Mnnier Wells, of DanHail Cuts Tobacco to Pieces ville, is the guest of Miss Jean PaxMt. Sterling, July 18 Great damton. age was done in tho Kiddville secMr. nnd Mrs. J. F. Neighbors, of tion of this nnd Clark counties by Livingston, who huvo been visiting heavy rain and hnil this week. Hail Mrs. W. K. Warner, went to Louis- cut tobacco to pieces and corn was ville, Thursday to be tho guest of beaten to the ground and mnny Mr. nnd Mrs. E. C. Jackson. crops damaged so badly that they Mr. Joe Mack Newland has re- are a totnl loss. turned to Lexington after a visit to his mother, Mrs. Annie Newland, R. M. Newlnnd is keeping most of Joe Mack holds a nice position with the tobacco in this section well proSteele's Dry Goods Store at tected from hnil in that splendid company, the Henry Clay. It Hair Falling? it Men who hnve been prominent in the republican party for years took prominent parts in organization of the Roosevelt party at Louisville 1 hursday. Standing in L. L. Sanders' Mrs. W. D. Newland ...... Lillie Garner K.... Mrs. Dove Garner Mamie Holman Susie Butt Eva Fletcher Ida Lee Campbell Cecil Garner Mnhala Howard Hattie Bogie Bertha Rogers Bessie Reynolds Nell Davis .". Contest. 443,563 389,888 366,344 343,378 270,028 217,988; 101,818: 137,640 52,G70 51,870 40,594 39690 .. 2,692 it hair-dressin- g till d, s- S"ai SQJP Kfflk s,Aa W Jl VT - TNr 'ill 1 7) C v' il 11 1 There never' was a thirst that Coca-Colcouldn,t satisfy. It goes, straight as an ar- -. row' t0 8Pot And besides this, a. satisfies to a 1 T the call for i2C??ffirSLMEf HOW DO YOU it fca tig. Um W binary a yo Arrow something, purely delicious and deliriously pure and N wholesome. mwaiwawuv 4 -- Refreshing Thirst-Quenching v. Mr kttJtk weight tMtraMy thews ! SPEND YIUR ETENINGSP Scott's Emulsion Scott ft llownt. BtoomAtld. if rtiht wrBf. OtTtThi m iu.k u UiiiiiniS JiiiiiHlVk Demand the Genuine u made by Atlanta, ca. a ! .1" ttmtto this tniitin ui UiU f) tkf whtit My. All nuthM. N. J. I Opera House Newest Pietures. Fri ?is&Nighta leed Musis THE COCA-COL- A CO., Coca-Col- 1 Free Our new booklet, telling of vindication at Chattanooga, for the asking. W M0 w w r&t" ? r iu rt w ii - "" "ffci JCT- -- r T ' ' il 7. l ll - "AT 1 t y- - -- t . . VTHC JUTCINfH JtWWAi. STANftRS. KCMTMtKY FRtRAY, JMLYJI, Jtll, V JU-Sf-- Cowe To The Old Fashioned Country Fair Ulfder the Auspices of Diadem Lodge, No. 81, Knights of-- at Pythias, AUGUST 21, 22 and 23, 1912 For Catalogue and Particulars, write J. F. CUMMINS, Secretary. the wheut raisers have already got their wheat safely sacked and Wngons have been coming 's J. H. Baughman & fast at mill this wed, Some whent is getting pretty badly d. imaged by the continual downpour. Oats is looking mighty nice over this part of the state at the present tiroc, and farmers iu some places, where weather conditions have been favorable arc cutting it now. This is the fir' season, iu somo time, experienced farmers say, that o&ii hnve made n successful stand. Senator Hubble mi.s Ihul fur the past three or four seasons he has had complete failures of his oats crops, on account of bad weather, and tlint this year he did not put in riny, and others who did all liave prospect of splendid yields. Senntor Hubble is having ground broken now for thirty acres of buckwheat, which he will use for fattening hogs later in the senson. He had in ten acres last year and got such " successful returns from it with his hogs that he will triple his acreage of it this year. He soys that the buckhcat is ready to use in forty days after sowing, and ho knows nothing that serves better for fattening along this Hue, and at the same time, he 1 making his laud produce two crops a reason for him. Notwithstanding the fact that the when t!iey sold to Jonas and Simon Weil for Kelon, Morris & Company, heavy rains have seriously threat wheat of farmers in thisJ 107 steers that average 1475 pounds. cned the section, corn is looking exception They went at 8 cents even, and to- ally well, snva that the excessive taled about $23,000 iu the deal nrecinitation has made it rather These cattle were said to be rbout wrnly. In rome places hard winds the best that have been fed in Boyle have blown it so that it will be im- county for n long time and the price possible to plow it further. E. T. (Beaztey and Henry Hester, who are was a high water mark. J. H. Hutching, of Danville, who .renting the R. E. Thompson farm in buys cattle nil the time, picked up Garrard this season are said to have d 23 heifers from different !! iiAA inf. twnaneinttl Slf nnv av litie tensive growers in this part of tbo feeders along the Boyle-MercInst week,. btivini? thorn mnstlv nt I state this year. They hnve in 3o0 . ... ..- 4 J -- 2 cents a pound. Mr. Hutclims acres and it is said to be in splendid Miips most of his purchases, in to condition. It oimht to yield 10 bar the Cincinnati market at once, rels to the acre, and may go to n though sometimes he feed a few. higher average than that. W. II. Lillard, of Boyle, has just At the last business meeting of returned from a trip to Cumberland the Kentucky Corn Growers Asso county, where he picked up 250 ciation it was derided to enlarge the head of feeders that he believes will scope of its work in order to include crops. At the next ango well on the city market. They other farm nual show iu January wheat, oats, will weigh 800 to 1,000 pounds when and soy beans will be ad delivered in September, and ho paid ded to the list. A social feature of Ji rctif-- j for llirm. Ho the next com show will be Mia from 4 in will probably sell or slaughter most; awarding of a fifty dollar silver of them nt once. Mr. Lillard offered by the Lexington cently sold to J. C. Caldwell a half Commercial Club, for the best ing of profits on an acre of com by 1230 pounders at 6 Mr. Caldwell will feed them till tall1"' resident of Kentucky of any nee Fnrmprs.hne been rushing tlrresh-in- g ThU trophy must be won twice by same person before becoming operations this week, trying to the permanent property the of the- winbeat the rain which has been pour- ner. It was awarded last year to I. ing down almost every day and V. Hooper of Morgan field. An itethreatening to start wheat to sprout- - mized expense account, including all ing in the shock. A great many of Inbor, must be kept for this context. Com-piny-800-pouner w cow-pea- s 1-4 show-hundred l-- I the Great Do Not Forget Lancaster Fair JULY J. t' THREE DAYS Wednesday, Thursday and Friday 24, 25, 26, 1912 A. BEAZLEY, Start a bank account President R. L. ELKIN, Secretary and start todaytomorrow never comes. Millions of old people in this world are spending every remaiaing hour of their lives bewailing the fact that they did not save. Don't YOU be so foolish. OPEN AN ACCOUNT HERE-H- OW. THE FARMERS Posted Chas. Scmonis. William J. Beck. Mr. Tobacco Gr"wer. Get that Tobacco Hail insurance now, before the Ifail cornea. It costs no more. 47-t- f. R. M. Newland, Agent. For Sale. Sow and ten pigs, very 50-t- f. fine stock. H. D. Phillips. Expert horse trainer, with headquarters at Nunnelley's stock yards. We offer nur service and experience to the public in breaking and training horses for the saddle and bug-trmaking n specialty of five gait-o- d saddle horses. For terms and conditions call and see us. Your patronage solicited. ' Tobe Ellison and Son. Thos. C. Ball, the Mayor of May-woo- d. y, 68-70- p. Ky., sold his farm at May-wo- od to Charley Russell for a valuable consideration possession given January 1913. Cress sold a suckling mare mule to Woods Walker, of Garrard, M. J. for $125. Cress and Jonei shipped a car of lambs from Brodhead last week, also bought about 40 stock hogs from J. W. Mnorv of th same at 6 cents. They purchased an aged mare mule from W. M. Hysinger for $170. This firm made a shipment from Crab Orchard last week. George 0. Spoonamore sold them d 85 hogs at 7 cents. 200-poun- What is said to be the finest tobacco in this part of the stnte by all who liac seen it is being grown this season by Shade Wilder, on part of Senator R. L. Ilubble's farm out on the Lancaster pike. Shade has ten acres of the weed, which he is topping now. And he says that it will average 20 leaves to the stajk Tobacco like it promises to be, ought to sell from 20 to 23 cents a ponnd. He figures that it will make fully 2,000 pounds to the acre. Mr. Wil der is watching this tobacco like a hen does one chick, and w keeping it as clean and nice as n new pin and expecting great things from thi-- i little patch. Monte Fox, the big cattle buyer, of Boyle, has recently purchased about 800 cattle in Montgomery county, paying for them from 7 to 8 cents, as they were classy feeders. He picked up about 700 in Bourbon at from 7 to 7 4 cents and got a hundred iu Sctftt at prices about the same. D. V. Rankin, of the Hubble section, bought a score of head of 1250 pound feeders from Lawsou & Brown of Garrard, last week, paying SG.65 a hundred for them. M. Rankin intends feeding them for the full trade. One of the biggest cattle deals in this section that has been recorded in some time was handled by the Gentry Bros., of Boyle last week J-- STATE BANK & TRUST CO., Capital $50,000. w. Surplus $500 Stanford, Ky. I. L PENNY. M. I. SALIN. l Mccarty, Pm. V. Ptm. J. D. EAOS, J. S. RICE, V. Ptm. S. ALIERT PHILLIP!, CmWt. BLUE GRASS FAIR 6 B Days awl Nights, Ci Monday, August 12th America's Greatest Horse Show $25,000 5 Bit Satfe Hirse Stakes he RuMfari Haness laces daily Spledkiisplaytferery daw tf lire stack Inhes Band of America Sensational Free Ada Daily. R4a For catalogue or further information, address JOHN W. BAIN, Secretary, Lexington, Ky. See Big Floral Parade Eirst Day H4ae4 Ralaa ea All Tke Greater Parker Stow. iiTm'i The Great Danville Fair August 7, 8 and 9 : 3 xT? !!& ?; as Go-Round Enlarged Floral Hall and Poultry Department Big Premiums in all Departments and a Most Liberal and Interest: ing program throughout Side Attractions Galore Finest Nerry m In the United States With $750 Band. J m AeLB m raft For Catalogs and Other Information, Address W. P. G1VENS, President, I. M. DUNN. Secretary, Kemtucky Mat mi JaV.Vlfteil ml ' - awwWinf