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Interior journal (Stanford, Ky. : 1912): July 26, 1912 Interior journal (Stanford, Ky. : 1912) 300dpi TIFF G4 page images Shelton M. Saufley Stanford, KY 1912 int1912072601_sn85052023 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Interior journal (Stanford, Ky. : 1912): July 26, 1912 Interior journal (Stanford, Ky. : 1912) Shelton M. Saufley Stanford, KY 1912 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. I.- -' 1 f CIRCULATION-OV- i COUNTRY Tur rT nr imv NEWSPAPER IN fi3d YEAlt, ER 4.3M .' THE STATE OF KENTUCKY FOUNDED 1800. J NO. CO The Interior Journal. STANFORD, LINCOLN COUNTY, KENTUCKY. FIMDAY, JULY 20, 1012 SHELBYVILLE PASTOR ALSO IS FOR HELM Rev. Homer Carpenter LINCOLN EXHIBITORS Roosevelt Men Here Saturday A big meeting of the Itoosovcll WIN AT LANCASTER Progressive Itcpublicnns is expectHarris & Woods Sweep Mule Rings ed to 1)2 held hero Saturday nftcr-nooand Joe Murphy Wins Colt when formal organization Championship N. will be. effected. Judge John Mencfee, Jr., Jms rccifitcd bttttfrs n, 7 WEATHER FORECAST Fate ami CMfer. This Week. i 3 TUESDAYS AND FRIDAYS. Mbto or gelding, any ngc $30 1st; V. . Hoy & Son second. Pony Class Garrard Only Stallion, more or gelding any ngc .fI.'i I). C. Llkin 1st; Glass Carrier 2d. Ponies Other than Shetland Mnrc or gelding any ago Morgan S. Haughmau 1st; Miss Carrie Hcllc li'omaiis, Lancaster, 2d, Shetland Class Host foal of 10J2 $7.50 D. C. Llkin, 1st snd 2d. Stallion any age .7.o0 Jlormaii S Mat S. Cohen FRIENDS OF IURCH ANSWER FALSE CHARGES pf Ev'Mrn Whn Throtitth Hnve Known Him All Life Issue Card to s . vners , i ... , i uisui-i. fr r r X r Lancaster, July 2.1. Hnrrodsburg, July 23. Kef. Homer Carpenter, pastor of fimii prominent republicans all over Unwilling thnt various iiinliciiiiis Congressman Harvey Helm ha Lincoln county exhibitors swept ,md false charges which have been the Christian church, of Shclhville, the county stating thnt they will be almost eventling befoic jjiein in tho bceit .spending umch of tho week .circulated out the Thirteenth judiwho is here with bis wifo nt the campaigning iu Mercec county, and well known colored iing- - shown the first two days of hero. cial dftdrict against County Attorhomo of hen- father, Dr. J. 0. Carhas made many new friends all over Harris & Lancaster fair. republicans have written him thnt the V. S. Unroll, should go ney penter, is nnotlier of the tempcruncc Woods inndo u wonderful record this section. Ho is vigorously by those who know him congressional they desire to lino up on tho lloose-cl- t with their great mules, ami W. U. lenders of the Kighth answering the charge made by Mr. ' best and know tlie true htnto of side. Tho meeting promises to i i i ..n :.. distiict, who is perfectly satisfied Sullivan that the temperance peoplo lll!llUI iiuiiit; u IIIIIIHU'I ill. iiuv bliu.l u number ot prominent eiti-ei- i, "- ,l,b'rt S- - 1u," with the position on Congressman be :i highly interesting one. with his crack horses. Tho cither nre not for him, and lias flung htck ."oT"" mill professional Mien business llitncy Helm, on legislation which ' tin's, with the effect of n boomerang1. joungstcrs had n mighty Jinnl tiine1!" of Stanford nnd Lincoln county, More or gehlmg any age the temperance people desire cnucl-e- d HUST0NVILLE BAPTISTS Morgan H. Haugl.iMnn. ,,f bcatir Likening the support of Scnaiorr-J- - fcmbry, Jr., diow up the following Htuteineut nml Mr. Carpenter said by congre.-s- . Linc countv in anv of thn iH,iiv!('l!,e,s Lamer, K. Dowling, the Lawrcnccburg jlcmocmtM of th's address to the to the. Interior Journal Thursday: Improving Church With Iron Fence tings. Unc ot tlie higgest victones Stanford, 2d distiller, who is a warm Sullivan uidtcial district: this Plantation Class "The tcnipeinnee people of won by the Liucolnites wns when And Concrete Sidewalk supporter, to that of McCiilloch, tho Male or gelding any age $.10 dinliiet, us I'see it, have no leasou To The Voters of The Joe II. Murphy's gicat young Oar-rai- d noted distiller who was caught fion fiuy Hundley, Danville, lit; John nancing to be displeased with Mr. Helm Chief colt won the colt 13th Judicial Qlstrlct. Ifustouville, July 25th. the O'llcar campaign in the Wulker, Lancaster 2d. temperance matters. He has come over Allen Kdclcti s The llaptist people have added state election fast year, Mr. Hchh has Stunford, Ky., July 23, l'J12. Special Class the measure much to the beauty f their church for oul Chief youngster, and Jlrs. made the hit of the campaign in this Sv, officials of Lincoln county, I lert young lady rider $15 Miss which we wiint enacted into law, and by an iron fence nt the Lowndes' Hex ct Imper.itor, sou of section. The people in this counattorney ut law nud citizens of IJank. as fills is the only matter nt issue front, and work begins next week on Kentucky's Choice and I'dna JIne. Josephine Moss, Kicholasvillu 1st. ty nre not inclined to believe Sulto mnko this Stanford, Ky.. de-iW. .M. Hright, County Tiensiircv liffofi. what Harness Class nt present eiitijjresn The vieitther was ideal and good livan' charge that the whisky peothe concrelu walk. stntcment to tho people of County anil Tuslfier Lincoln. Stallion 2 years and under .'! $15 ple nrc behind Helm, when ho more enn we askT The temperance clow iK were pieent both duys, u I lev. Homer Carpenter, Is f and of .Mercer, lloylc, nml Hank. Mr. Ilurtoii ii Pontius, Lancaster 1st; forced t admit people of Shelby county ure for that one of his own dviivnivil it splendid sermon large niimlnv being Lincoln county Garrard eountie, relative to W. S. K Alcorn, Attorney. Kilmir Doty, 2d. elm and I look to sec him carry that champions is Senator Dowling. to u large cdngregation ut the Chris- people. 'Jllie first two days' award Uurch, a candidate for CommonV. S. Fish, General Insurance. Stallion .'I jenrs and under 4 $20 county by n big majority." were a follows: A few politicians here, who hayc morning. tian church here Sunday wealth's Altnniey of this district. W. O. Walker, Farmer. Mat S. Cohen 1st; Edgar Doty 2d. Thinking lo wnlwnws t'iu local been unable to coifrfol Helm are Wednesday's Awards Mr. Uurch bus been u member of 1), Pennington, Master Com- piiftoit- - because their K, Mrs. Allen Ilurris mid son, of n Saddle Class against him, but the great rank nnd of this bur for oer fifteen jeurs. missioner. Springs, Col., have arrived Mule Class Mare 4 jears old and over $20 endorioinent of Congressman Helm's file of the party in Merecr led by Tor the last seven yearn he Iiiih her mother, Mrs. JenW. S. Kmbry, Deputy Sheriff. for a visit to lloisc mule under 1 year .dU Mat S. Cohen 1st; P. W. Hnv & Judge on the Shepard-Keiiyo- n posilimi diaries A. Hardin, are en been our county attorney. ThroughP. W. Whipi., Druggist. Harris & Woods, of Stanford, first Son 2d. Advo- - nie Carpenter. temperance bill, the Danville thusiastically for Helm, nnd they out that tune uc have !een brought Fanner. . I. Grimes, . S. Willis nnd family, have picmtum. Uov. Roadster Class uite. Thursday telegraphed the.. local expect to ec Mercer roll up several : ..... wii.-i.. .1 into doe contact With him, and we ...., J. L. lieuley, Furniture Dealer. IIUUIsICTS II iICUginy incisure uskiukiI irmnivu jiwiii Cli..lt.fillii nml 1..HI. Mare initio under 1 year limited to Stallion, inuic or gelding 2 years hundred majority for him on August fee! that vtp arc qualified to cjwsikj J. T. Iliuguuuiu, Furniture Dealer. n.nesti.mi nboiil i isville, where they spent it most de- - Onrrnrd county) .T10 Kd and X. D. and under :i $20 Logan Hurke, 3rd. - to how he ha borne himself, both J 1L C. Funis, Itctircd Husincss uirioiis and sundry Mr. Helm on the b'.'htful vacation n Price, first; W. S. Kmbry secoud. past iccord of Lancaster 1st; Alby Allium, Oairard the In the three days tour of Mercer us a Iuwer and as an official. Man Horse mule 1 year old and under second. Mi-- s Klinbctlt Stugg i the 'lietemperance iucstion. To this t eleiu which Congressman Helm .1 ...nitl.. f met II .1 .. r, Kctired lliisi- uttnniAi In. litis II Jlflll II ,. i. jm vouui.' niiKiinvi " "" 2 rlO Harris Woods first; J. II. uurrcu HIICWC Fancy Driving Class git! in, the local minister, who saw of Mis JIary Stngg. Judge Sullivan in joint debate yynn ii legal ndviMT to our fiscal court,1 Stanford, second. Mare or gelding, any age $20 'the ulterior motive imvolvcd, .Messrs. Floyd Wright, Jtie King Wood. I numerous voten, the latter ol- i.. that capacity, he 1ms shown luni- -j j ti Mare mule 1 ear and under 2, Mrs. H. T. Lowndes, 1st; Quinn Dat Porter, Kctired Huiness back tbe nmwer that they and Hitisell Hrovvn Kissed through empted again to inject tho temper-aim- ? -ell lllorougliiv uuve lo me roraii ".Mini. his pnt here Monday in an automobile on .10- - Hariis ,t Woods first; Ed and vis Garraid, 2d. were not concerned about issue and. but he was introneeds, anxious to advance it interX. H. Price, ccoml. II. J. Mt'lfobcits, Merchant. Champion Class iccoril but that tlicyyiind bis thejr wny lo Louisville. duced by Col. Jack Chinn, whilo l undertaking to ninkc ests, never A. .M. Warren, Attorney. AIulc under 1 year old, either sex Foal of 1912, either sex, to be Mr. Helm was iLsnr!ince that be will vote Misses Hcsie and Sadie Haugli-ma- n introduced by tho profit, out of hit poshion W. II. Shunk, Attorney nml Pics. for the Shcpard-Kenyo- n .hill or any Jlo Harri" & Woods, 1st nnd 2d. shown by hand $30 J. II. Murphy, visiting friends at Hloom-fielKey. Dr. W. P. Harvey, the 'distinnic ever watchful on behalf of the tax ,,m.u County National Hank Marc and mule foal by side $13 Lincoln county, 1st; Allen Edelen, guished Hnptist minister that i constitutional, proother bill I nnd editor payers. A: Woods, 1st and 2d. J. W. Alconi, Attorney ut law. Hurgiii, 2d; Mrs. R. T. Lowndes, 3d. who, with hibiting the shipment of liquor into Me.ssr. Tom Hiiuii 'Jind H.ili Herns four other Hnrrodsbury: r..ecutor, he has been, J. (.. I.jmi, Cattle Trader. As a Saddle Class Model Class dry territory nnd that i the only Young, of Columbia, were here this I'liroft, but not indietive. deter-- 1 j, y, pusley, Jr., Attorney ut issue with which temperance peoplo week with n big drove of sheep nml Mine or gelding 1 year nnd under Stallion, mare or "elding, nnv iil'o ministers, is as enthusiastic for him nrc the ministers of Mr. ITelm'a . mined, but not oppri-MV- c, fenrlct 2 4.13 W. 0. Walker. Stanford 1st; hbowu to band $20 Mat Cohen 1st; tis nic coneenied in the present Inmlu. homo town. ct vnthout the fault of taking ad-- j . yt tt 'fiibble, Merchant. (. (!. Heiizlev. Stnnfnid second. 'J. ". luy & Son. 2d. race." .Mrs. Walter Willi has leturncd ,(, j), i;(iHt Vice l'rc Slate Hank Mintage, of hit office to sntisfy jer- Mare or gelding 2 years nnd un- -l Stallion, mare or gflding. nnv ngc from Xcw York, where she tit tended Davis' Store. again he j. 'I'ni-- t Co. ixinal giiewince. Time nnd der :t $13 P. W. Kny & Son, Howl - ' MO -- Edgar Dot, 1st; P. W. Kay Middleburg. the Chaiitnttqua. The extreme wet weather has lias shown signnl coiimge in pT- j,,s, J. Hailej, Judge Lincoln Co. ing Green, 1st; Heiimrd Hays, Xioh- - Son 2d. continue Jaine Wileher. who live in the Mrs. Frances Cabbell damaged the grape crop to some exforming the dutie of bin office. I If Court. olasville 2d. Champion Roadster Class Fay's Cieek section, win heie Mon- wry ill. tent. with )Militiciitj p. J. Hill, Jr., Attorney nt law. has been thieatencd Mine or gelding .'I jean and tut- Stallion, mare or gelding, nnv in tcply to a question con- of Nashville, Miss Sallie Cooke, William Cordier hits been in this I'.ookkeeper day, and destruction if he nr tiled in proe-- j uird Snunden der 4 Hays first. $200 Mack Hughes. Danville ff ruing the congressional race m Tenn., l tlie guest ol .Miss i.ou section feeling . the pulse of the Those Harness" Class Shetland Ponies Xulional Hank, Trustee J. F. L. hi precinct, replied that 'iitini' eertniii defendants. st; Hurton & Pontim, 2d; A. J. Iloosevelt it there! j(.l;er men and they ure about threats made him but the m.ire de- -' Fastest Mis Hat tie Dice, of Danville, is under 13 pony to he driven by boy Colemnn. Ilarrodsburg 3d; P. W. ten to one nud it does not take un - was a single Miutvau uemoerai in j terrained to see that even bunded, Sanfley. See'y Hoard Iiialyear $10 Morgan S. inv & Son 4th. the district he had not shown up. the guot of Miss Eliza II. Hoiit. ' expert to see that their temper is t Glass Car- justice win dealt out. Ill the course jriitioll. Itaughmiui. Stanford This seems to be the situation in evMiv. Stanley Stephenson attended standing at fever beat. Hut we nre prose ; Vice Hies. First if hit duties, culled upon to Karri lier, Lancaster 2d. McKinney ery precinct in the county, nnd the graduation of her sister. Miss not prepared to say what the result .ute bis friend. be luix done so wtth jf)ltjoll ltimk, 3Ic.ro und foal at side $7.30 Dan shows ery plainly thai Sullivan's Delia Combest, at Howling (ireen on Misse Mary Dee and Lena Heck is going to be, as justice is asleep' Hupley, Mnchant Tailor. the same energy that he uses in the . F.lkiu. Lancaster, John Mdfoh-ert- i, claim that he ripped his underwear Thursday. have returned home from their nnd we dou't know when it ii goinR Hie comliiel ot( n, Pi'e'Hiy, Chninniin Democrat- vase nf n stnmger. Lancaster, 2d. to lake u out of the The Misses (iiveu. of Hubble, ate Vice Pre. so seriously has been marked by of io County Committee, Lis office Phaeton Pony 15 Hands and Less camping trip on tlie Cumberland, to be aroused. .Mrs. J. A. Hammonds. eleventh congrcional district ii not where they spent a mouth. Miss Margaret Coleman has re- Yioial integiitv. Trust Co., Druggist. well founded and i not fooling any- guets of Mure or gelding any ngc $13 P. Slate Hank Miss Hattie Kyle Lippi bin arriv Mis Miidu, llutlor has been sick tiiiiini hi v niciniuiit wuerc sue bus 11. Coffey, Drug Clerk. Since nduiission to the bar. he W. liny & Son, 1t; Harris & Woodi It. one. ed home again and will be with Mrs. far several days, but is better at a position in it millinery store. lias practiced here. He is tin attorsecond. It. It. Young, cashier .if the Far- Xuve for a few weeks. this writing. BALDHEADS Moe Pitman nnd family were ney who stands four sipiine in his Class as mers Deposit Hank, Inn cbo-e- ii Mii IJuhy Fogle. of Liberty, is Stallion 1Harnessand under 2 $13 Mr. John Howe ami wife of Chatt- iu this section Saturday visiting reIf all law irof'sioiml relations. veur - Fogle. administrator of the etnte of .1. A. the guest of Mr. and Mrs. Mianooga, nic heie on a visit to Mis. latives. yers weie like v. . iiuicii. nun re- More Women are Bald Than Men, INtes, W. O. Walker. 1st. Mis .Minnie Dinwiddie, of Louisdeccaed ami will proceed at Missei Allie and Jennie Crutch-ficb- l, if law, the profes-i.proach to Pony Class Under 18 Inches . . Howe's patents, Mr. and Mr. J. S. Says Authority ville, is the guest of her parent. once to wind up the business. nf Xicholnsville is visiting rethe shster, would be unknown. If pony any age $10 Karl Mnrphv. Itoin to the wife of l!oy F.te, Mr, and Mr. John Dinwiddie. Hrother Gabhait will preach nt latives iu this section and near tlickeiy be necessiirj to win a ca-- e, Danville, and T. Taylor. Dunville'lt: D. C F.lkiu. the t'luistiiin riiiiicii next Sunday U :i stui thug statement but Julv 2J. u bay. Tin AlUs U. llobhiK, of tlien iif wiii lose it; if certain notrue in cording to an article pubDistrict conference of the M. 1'. brother, Frank llohbitt, were heie Laiicastci. 2d, T. S. Herudoii, morning and evenug. S. J, Pollnrd is doing some ditch must be it's torious arts and scheme .'Id. in a standard magaiiie this ihurcb. convened heie ibis Tuesday for church Sunday. Mr. At chic 15 if ft and wife of I.ud- - ing on the turnpike that has long obtain n lished lesorled to in order to Mule Race ear. Mis Elizabeth Vci million of Danmoruiui'. There ii quite a large r" been needed and if our young squire" .iicr.t, he goes without n client. A j One thing i Fustvst nml,.. three times aiouml '""' B," " l "w" "-'- .' ceitaiu PA1MSIAX delegation of pieachcr and .ithcr-i- ville, i the attractive guest of Mrs, ,M1V hn' for thc ')i,st ttt0 '"' will look nfter the much entrust his cause to iitignnt may ling needed rePollard. Lniicn-- - JIrS' baldness SAOK will sillcly pii'vellt prom liolaml Hisbup, her sister. attendance nud the se.-io-ii duys left Wednesday for pairs on our pikes and roads, he will Sum with tlu fiiiifiilxiu . that ho will 2d, three by stopping the hair fimii fulHim. ises to lie interesting. Mrs. Tom Peacock and sou. Unw- ler 1st; Jack Floyd, Lancaster. Chattanooga, where they will visit gain much popularity. Harness Class liie to oblaui tor linn Hint hearing but it wont grow h.iir after the head F.lliott & Co's., thiesher was in ind, of ltobliiu. Tenn.. aie guest which the law sjuiclious and Mii't or gelding 2 years and un- George and Leonoia lliffe for a few this vicinity last week, but wheat of Mr. C. I.'. McCoimuek. More than that he will not is bald. CARNIVAL SALE. .'I $13 P. W. Hay iV Son 1st; days. L'ulii,', l.mk aftir our hair, was in bad condition and -- cvcuil Miv. liiebard Scudder, of McKin-n- e der j Will Dayton of Frlangcr, is home do. .Mote than tluit no houorahlu Hugh Tin Kington, lloylc. 2d. with funnels, declined to have, their crops the dandruff genu Of Hughes, Martin & Co., Creates was here shopping Satutday. on a vi-- it to his mother here. ii'.m would expect his attoiucy to Rockaway Class Mr. Tom Hadgelt, of Ki.ld's Store, Much Excitement in Tmvn. (PAItlSIAN SAtlF. nnd dandruff will threshed. Miss Xettje White bus returned do. Mine or gelding 4 yeurs nr over . ealp itch over It l'p ProT. K. L. (Siiibbs, of Libet l.v, is spent Sunday with W. M. Lair and icflecliug liioll disapK-ar(Vllltlll lepoils $20 Edgar Doty, Itichumml. 1st: to her home in Le.Migtou pftcr a Thursday morning at promptly ut night nnd i guaranteed to be the heie wot king up a model u Woodfamily hero. visit of several days with her grandMr. Hun It n: mi nttonicy ami as a l K. Kodgcrs. Danville. 2.1, nine o'clock, thc doors of Hughes, Mis, Ilium-hIlarnelt has returnmot ii'lreshiii!:, lefined and agree- man Camp. Ho is succeeding fairly father, Mr. Hcuben Williams. as well as a citizen, me , .itfieial, Saddle Class Muitin & good store were can be ob- well, having secured the names of ed from a delightful visit to friends "'muni Gunn. lluth turner, Grunt thrown open to dry of the largest being circulated uer the distrisl. It able hair dreiug that Stnllion 4 von in and over $10 one (J. L. Penny and 12 or 1.1 young men. iu Louisville. tained. Sidd by ,ll,,,,lt'- White, Sum Heck, Uie ba been stutcd ill Mich icinuts th.it n'll over America for .r0 Col lliukle, who boaided some Mr. Wallace Steele, of l'Hiburg. Mrs. It. T. Lowndes. Danville. 1st; l'flic Drye, Tom Earles, Allie Stagg, croud that bus ever been known iu u druggists be i ii gambler; that he st.iy P. W. 15uv & Son 2d. the history of Slunford. Men, wotwo mouths at the ltoynlty House at was here for a short time Thursday. tculs, negro dives; that iie has .lil"ii High Acting Harness Class '; " u"ler-- A""a (lo,H'11 " men and childieu flocked the streets I Yosemilc, left some days ago for the Mr. Joe McWilli.uns, of Ellibsiirg, "My hair was falling out, nnd dj "ll' ,,n.v M ",c ''hlen Dawn Springs und side and that he hnr occu Mare or gelding any age .40 walks cngeily waiting for 'was troubled with itching scalp. I state of Pennsylvania. The Colonel wus hero for a short time Tuesday. from disehar.'iuvr lb' li.l:cs M'nt S. Cohen, Le.Cingtou 1st; P. W. 1',"t Sunday, the gong to ring at nine. remilt Mr. and Mis. It. M. Tate have lieceived no benefit until I tiled was no enthusiastic ni.ivi.-it.u- 1 Miirgniel nnd I'utlt Heck eV of his office bv hem ' Spa, 2d. As the doors weie ojieucd tho p.. .1...... SAllU' .Mrs. licorge nuter nnd before leaving denounced turned from Louisville and Frnnk-foi- t, llnv !.. I ...... ii... r.KISIAN Par. nnv' nge .$.!.') P. W. ltuv & "," v'tins their sister, Mrs. J. W. mobilizing ciovvd made their way iu, days where they spent several Thunder, It. F. P. .'., Marsbull, Mich. in scathing terms I lie woik of the V,xvU "l Somerset this week. charges, is apparent at ou-1,1 these M. 0. Weisigcr, Danville, Son tearing down counters, racks and Chicago convention, sweating with last week. it was not intended by j However, shelve, crushing show case etc., vdil Evans has icturued secoud. Miss Morf BrOOnead. it ii uplifted baud that be would not wen- they should their tnbiieiitors that Second Day's Awards pleading and begging for the many to her homo at Spokane, Wash. leturncd siippoit Tuft. Mis- - Louise Wilson ha cliciilale among his h e Wu arc still having lots of lain. Mtlle Class thousands of bargains which awaitMis. Emuiett MeCormack is visnuthors of such Illinois have I.) her home in Indianapolis lud., Tim School is going on nicely now with ed them. Horc mule 2 years old aiidunder iting her daughter, Mrs. James II. Htintina for Roscoe Elam sister, Mrs. II. I -- prcud them in tho other counties of alter viitiug her 3 $13 15. 11. Woods, Stanford, 1st; n good attendance. Valuable gifts were pieented to Olllccis of Liio'olu nml Garraid Wood- -. tin distiict, kuuvishly bo(iuig to Liken'. ' Mr. Huchuiiuu spent tho day the ones first entering our stoic, Mr and All--- . A. J. Adams went Harris & Woods, 2d. i (unities hiive warrants for the arMr. Onille Sampson, of llusli-npoison tho mind of those who do' Mine inuic 2 j ear and under .'J with Jlrs. .Libit I5uclt Sunday. also sensational minute sale took iu Staufoid Sunday. ville. lud., is the guet of Miss Mat- - ils t of lloseoo F.lam, of flilbcit's know Will Hindi. Mi Xancy Pitman was the guest phu-each fitteeu minutes' ot tho Henry Keynionnn passed thro 13 15. fi. Wood, 1st; lln iris & Mr. Ciccl:. who is charged with the stabilmott He Wo tako this oppdttimity of Eli7iibeth Fo Woods, 2d. of Mis Saturday day. This is something new iu lcrt Sunday eu louto to Danville. In'iiiiiliug each and every one of Waller Kohhhi wus in Mt. Ver bing ol' the .vonug King boy at Club Horse mule, any nge $20 Gentry nod Sunday. Staufoid and added gieully towards Mr. and Mrs. James Powell deOichaul early in the week. The inthese Illinois us absolutely false non Sunday. iMr. Jim Duughertv spent Sunday the destruction of the stoic. eutertuiiietl about 83 of A Thompson. Lexington 1st; Harris Mr. Ida Itobiiisou and Mis. ( lew jured boy is .aid to be in very bad lightfully people nt their beautiful A-- Wood, 2d I'pon our responsibilities us offi I with homefolks. Handled wcic turned awav fiom the voiing . dill and citieiis we decline to tho table ami little daughter, of Mnr- - shape nnd it is fcurcd that tho couutrv homo Tuesday evening. Mine iiiulu any nge $20 Ilurris Mr. and Mrs. George Coffey spent the doors, fulling to gam an guests of Mrs. L. II, wound in his lung may piovc fatal. that Mr. celus. nrc the of this district people Woods, 1st: Gentry - Thompson 2d. Sunday with tho homefolks. An extiu loicc of salesmen The trouble is said to have arisen llnrch i not a gambler, that he does Cubic ami family. Lincoln Day at Brodhead. Pair mules any nge, driven to' Wo mo glad to say Miss (tilth mill salesladies have been ciiiplo.vcd I !.' : . ... ;.... VI. j. 11 ...l between them over n woman. So far l . ir cm, .1 1.... ... ...-i .hiss .icm-- i nun iiiih ho not silly in negro tut The second day of tho Hrodheud farm wagon $20 Harris & Woods Coffoy, who has been very sick is to wait on the tunic, so tlout miss lonot been pieveiitcd from discharging Ilaiiun, Joe Cutter nud Henry An- the ollicers have been unable to 1st ; Gentry & Thompson 2d. l'nir, Aug 13th has ngiiin been much better at this writing. this wonderful value giving event. may the duties of his office because of derson have been on the sick list. cale Elam, nnd think that he Slnble of mules, four or more $,"10 Little Xancy Ktisscll i very ill. You uio urged b.v the sale manager lis Liii"olu county day, but down from Inivo made hi"eonpo immediately I'jielo Jop McCull wus being intoxicated, nud that he has Mr. Given Harris & Wood 1st; Gentry & even day will be more or less LinCutler culled on the not to delay, but come now, and' after doing the stubbing. It is to. Mnrelburg. lust week. i..i ..p. stolen an indictment. coln county day, Secretary Iliutt 'lliompson 2d, ' most popular girls in Howcu Sun- shaie iu this great avalanche of Conwny, wus with Eurl Phillips, of bo cxiwcted thnt thoso who spuwiij '' Hrodheud will have a good day. bargain awaiting you. Harness Olass Ti0st. a gold wishbone pin with a says, ns such icporls should do so in secret,, bis cousin, Miss Miranda Tate first balloon ascension tukes Mute or gelding one year and crowd each day, of the exhibition. Flee. Don't forget to conic to Sunday clover set horse shoe and four leaf and wo now challenge the men whojof the week. I.iicolnitcs nppicciute the courtesies miiler 2 $13 Edgar Dotv 1st: W. school every Sunday evening ut place each' day. Miss Cleo Pennington, of Llviugs-cliurW- 'i in pearl. Howard for return to Miss diffusing these slauderous arc Sale will close Monday, August of the Hrodheud fair to dedicate one (, Walker, 2d Moore's school house at 2:30 to copie out in tho open und (on, is visiting her nunt, Mrs. Knuiiu Mnry Portiuan. It. day of their fair to them. Sib. Combined Class Five Gaited lt. , , ' tve their names und not bastardize Frith. St-vcrF, , tlicir una offspring by refusing to fntlicr their menducious utterances. .Mr. Itmx'li' lot is ltmd cujugji nt best. A cripple since childhood, with poin Ids daily portion, it would teem t li nt ev'en thoso uho tile opposing him in this cumpnifjti would deem his suffering enough without lidding i it the wounds inflicted liy fuNe- hoods. Wo nrc confident, however, that such methods will ieceic their proper rewind. A liu can not live. On the thhd of August the vo'leis of this district will puss upon thesb luetics. To their judgment we eou- 'fiilentl submit the issue us to whether or not it will be allowed to blacken n mini's character in order to nffect their suffrage. i). Cooper, Clerk Lincoln Geo. county. W'.'l McCiuty, Sheriff Liiivolu county, nnd President State Hank A Trust Lo. J. It. Paxtou, Attorney and Lincoln County" National D0WLING IS PROVING SULLIVAN'S McCULLOUfiH Says TemPeople Have No Reaperance son to Oppose Him. Biggest Distiller In District Is far Madison 'Man Mercer Strstif ' For Helm. f . -- ,, at iS.-i- ltj O- W. climn-piouih- ip au xM . flat-foot- 1 l re liii-cou- Xu-tio'i- V."VA"Hi - Slid-byvill- e, Col-inii- plain-spoke- V 1 1 - A --- ,. tclc-giaph- (mt-miiii- iI jht-soili- d. a-- i $3ti-Ilen- J f 11 lt' , m Fn-to- st Lull-cast- er I -- n r!ev guat-uutec- s. de-li- to'. pic-eulc- n" Itoo-eve- lse e.j lt; ot V- - , . . ui I It r.,, -- ,.. ' -- J . V" THE INTERIOR JOURNAL, STANFORD, KENTUCKY. FRIDAY, JULY 21, 1112 SHORT LtCAL NEWS Insure with ths iw oh BroMfoy resrsssmi ssitteo. mem. ah wwo. Onto frrr or Touno, ! CODHTT. LlT ( rutiK 1. Oitmt rokr nth Uitt b k omlof lartnrr ol llif firm ol f. 1. Chikit A Ck), dom biiMnrM m lh Cllf Pt ToWn, Owmly knd KUI arorvMkl. ind thtt MM firm will pa? th mm of lH)I.LAIIfl fnr (INK lUI.NIitU.li nnd rrrrr Hut runot D rurrd by tbe uw ol rM ot HIE Interior Journal fnith to him nnd it he will receivo tho largest majority it expected tlint Men's 9 t r t furnishings This is the season for Men's Furnishings. This intense hot weather call for more jS Underwear and we can furnish it to you in separate pieces or union suits at $1, $1.50 and $2 the suit It demands y r More Dress Shirts and we want to say to you that our stock of dress shirts is unusually full White plaitedjbosoms at $1$1.50 and $2. NEGLIGEE in attached laundered cuffs, in white or neat black hair lines, or fancy col-or- s, at 50c, $1 and $1.50. CU"tt QVftitt2 Thty ar PPuIr Thy are OOIX OllirVS have comfortable, You wiU and we them want them $1.50 and $2.00. at $1, Soft collars, laundered collars, string tics, d ties, all especially suited to this warm' weather. feur-in-han- H. J. McROBERTS Stanford, Kentucky ' DEPOSIT IANK OF STANFORD, charters National March S, 1154. lank sf StMfsrrJ, ereanized Jwm 2, IMS. First National Bank OCTOIER 3, IMC This lank has been in successful and uninterrupted operation fsr 51 years, and Is werthy sf the confidence sf sf ths public. Open an accsunt with us tsday. The Farmer's Friends Superior and Peoria Grain Drills Call and see the new stock ITCHING SKIN Relief in a Few Seconds Yes, an itching, burning, irrigated skin relieved the moment Zcmo touches it. Zcmo is a clean south ing, henling wash, composed of Thymol, Glycerine, Witch Hazel, Bor-aci- o Acid and other medicinal henl ing properties. Zemo relieves and cures every form of skin and scalp JOSEPH L. OOOOE eruption, nnd if you are not entirely tubjaei Co JbyuMfcaa primary In Crab satisfied with results from the, very Commissioner's Sale. OrtKard XafUitrUl dittrUU first bottle, druggists will refund M. C. Delk, Adra'r etc., Plaintiffs, your money. W. 8. D1LLION Endorsed and sold in JOHN KENNEDY vs George Estes etc., Defendants. Stanford by Penny's Drug Store. Notice of Sale. Pursuant to a judgment of salo Standing in L L. Sanders' Contest. JUNCTION CITY VOTERS 433,934 heretofore rendered in "the above Mrs. W. 1). Kewlantl 390,880 styled cause, the undersigned will on Lillie Gnrner to Polls to Vote For Anxious to Get 381,052 Monday, (County Court Day,) Aug. Mrs. Dove Gamer Harvey Helm. JUaime Hulinun 343,500 12th, 1912. Susie Butt 270,110 nt nbout one o'clock, P. M., in front Eva Fletcher Junction City, July 23th. 221,620 of the court house door in Stanford, Could the rotes of the citizens of Campbell Ida 2CC,371 Ky., offer for sale at public outcry Cecil Lee Garner Junction City decide who will bo the on 151,220 a credit of six months, to the Mnhala Howard democratic candidate for congress in highest and 52,728 best bidder, the follow attie Bogie this the Eighth district, "the copy for ing 51,870 t: described real estate, Bertha Rogers the tickets is all ready. So anxious 40,594 A tract of land on tho waters of Junction City people to vote for are 39,090 county, Ky. Bess Reynolds Green river in Lincoln Nell Davis the lion Harvey Helm, that it will 2,742 bounded on the north by the lands not surprise us if folks who have on the enst by the of Enoch Barnett, His Landlady's AaWee been confined to their homes by ill land3 of Worth McWhorter, on the ness will come forth on that day and Prokablv Saved His Life south by Green river, end on the do everything in their power for that west by the lands of Dr. Wesley, candidate. containing 27 4 ncjres :of land, I feel that Dr. Kilmer's Swamp-RoThe reason for this is readily saved my life. I Inherited more or less. found. Junction City people have property will be weak kidneys. The discharge was TERMS: Said tried Mr. Helm and that they have so frequent and painful that I would not found him wanting is all to his sold on a credit of six months, and have to stay in bed to obtain temthe purchaser will be required to porary relief. I consulted good phycredit. Mr. Sullivan claims that he is "running" for the nomination. He execute bond for the purchase price sicians but the results were disap has never gotten out of a walk in with approved personal security, pointing. My landlady advised me as the last this neck of the woods and at this payablo to the undersigned, bearing to try Swamp-Rowhich I did and I was quickly writing it doesn't look as if he would six per cent interest from date of Junction City pcoplo make the sale, with lien retnincd on the land relieved. I continued taking Swamp-Robest friends in the world and it is to secure the payment thereof, the and my weight has increased fifty having tho force and effect said that they nlso nre pretty good same pounds. My health is of the best in the enemy line. Thoy have seen of a judgment. and I have told many others nbout This July 22nd, 1912. and know that the Hon. Harvey Dr. Kilmers's Swamp-Roand have Helm will help them out of a hnln George D, Flnrenr, Special Com done a lot of good in this way. Your wonderful medicine is of great value as quick or quicker than the next missioner, l. u. u. man and they have pinned their f.0-T. J. Hill. Atty. for Plffs to mankind.. Yours very truly, J. II. BRUXBY. 835 Main St. Pawtucket. R. I. The above statement made before me I declare to be truthful in every detail. Thomas Marsden, Notary Public. to-wi3-ot ot rt, ot ot 3. given to nny onnVtiWito in recent .Fnprlflor yenrs. This is tho time for all good siiKi.Tojj it. HAuri,r.r men to como up to the nid o their 1 A TEAB 8TR10TLT IN ADVANCE cnndidnlo nnd the folks of Junction City arc good nnd thnt they will ( Jttanftri at KtJirii l Iki portuffei tonic up to the nid of tho Hon. HarM tttand tlan mail mallir. vey Helm nt the primary on Satur day, Aug. 3, h nn assured fact. DEMOCRATIC TICKET Mr. nnd Mrs. Collins Uurko nr For President: rejoiring over tho arrival of n little W00DR0W WILSON ' gil nt their home. For Vice President THOS. II. MARSHALL Mrs. Hugh Miller, of Mt. Vernon, visited Mrs. Undid Duck over SunPolitical Announcements day. Th aaaoancrmrati in thii column rt of Tho officers nnd teachers of the ttndidatr for offlc. iobJt lo lb action of tfco dtmocrttle primary : Adult Hihlo Class entcrtninrd mem for Cancrm ber of the class nnd tho class of J. A. HUU.IVAN, of JUdiion Mr. K. It. Sweeney on tho lawn nt BARVET HELM, of Lincoln Mrs. Mnck Hnucom's Thursday ev Far CemmintctaUKi Allirntjf CUMETT rURTEAR, of Dojl ening from seven until eleven. W. B. BUHCH, of Lincoln Mr. J. H. Ely sold to Mr. A. B. C. 1'tr Jltprtttntatlrt Dinwiddle seven shonts nt $."i.3o. VIROIL McMULM.V Prof. Howard Hrccding, of Pcrry-v'rll- o Tar Sktrif ,wns in this eity Wednesday B. BAUOUUAN it. nftcrnoon attending to some busi B. W. OIVENS 1. Q. WEATHERFORD. ness connected with his former T. J. HILL school. 1 Ccunly Judf Tit ' Mesdnmes J. W. and F. T. Burke 1. A. RICE M. T. NORTH nttended tho funeral nnd Imrinl of Far Cimit Clarh X, Mr. Andrew Uurko nt Brynntsville 1. D. WEAKEN on Thursday. J. F. HOLDAK Mr. nnd Mrs. P. 15. Lnnham and W. M. DUNCAN sons, Mnstcrs Chnrles Turner nnd , iitut PEYTON PARRISn Peter Benedict, of Louisville, came OEOROB DEBORDE over in their new car Sunday nnd DINK FAKUER t visited Mr. and Mrs. O. D. McCol-lun- i. WILLIAM II. IIEdTER , Miss Knthcrine Wells, who hns W. A. CAR80.N Wen visiting Mrs. Lnnhnni, nccom-piinic- d Far Aiataaar P. L. BECK. ; them. B. M. OWEKS Mr. Hichard Albright, of Brodhead BRONAUQU ' I R H. spent Sundny as the guest of Mr. P. O. 8ANDIDQE J. II. BOONE nnd Mrs. Charles S. Lyons. W. T. GARNER Mrs. S. W. Burke is visiting Mrs. LAFE MORGAN Mnrcus Helm in Danville nnd recupFar UaeUtrala erating from her recent illness. In Stanford tfeUttrUl dittrltti Miss Kate McFarland, of SomROBERTS J. T. erset, is visiting her sister, Mrs. IT. WILLIAM FIELDS J. D. IADS C. Catron. mm or Iiost. Between 8. A. Lynn's nnd To the Ladies. Toti will need n Stanford or In Stanford a solid gold beaten hicuit maehino to make your watch pin Bet with little pearl. Re- bread nnd biscuit for the fair. Let turn to this offico nnd rercivo re- me order one for on nt 1C, $10 and G9-ward. 60.2. .".r0. Mrs. Mark Bruce. 2. II1U.I rTn CIM. CATIKMI 1 rrh Sworn to brforo m and mibrtitMHt m my prrwrnoN uim .in umj vi VTVTniuTT. 1'. 19m. 1 trank J. i. niKNr.v NOTA1T I Cut tAk.A tntrmftllT and irta dlmtlr uin tho bkmd nd mumuo turtaort ol tbo rrttrm. proa rot itvtimoimM, rrw. r, j. niK.Mfcr m toimo, o. lold r a Drnrtuu. Tin lltu'i rmllT Itiu tor ronniettloo. CfttArrh ta 77 IZit tlftlll a. w. ouuoov. IVUC. Auto Owners The Motorist's First Aid Kit. One 2 inch Gauze Bandage. :s. lt Services nt tho Presbyterian church Sunday July 28, Bible school nt 0:I10 A. M., morning service 11 o'clock. Installation of church officers. Young IVupivn' inevting nt 7 P. M. Baptist All members of the rhurch nro requested nnd urged to Ikj present nt 10:45 service Sunday morning, July 28. The pastor will jrrcaoh at tho mominc service. A dnric red steer, weighing nbout 700 jwunds, left my place this week. Finder will please notify Fox Wo have . One One One-ha- lf One Roll Z. landage. 0. Adhesive Plaster I In by I yar" iox Mentholatum (for cuts and burns.) dozen safety pins (3 large 3 small.) I inch Gauze One pair Tweezers. One pah- - scissors. . rt Woman of the House. Price 1.50 At PENNY'S, The Rexall Store. now on hand n lot of washing gas which we sell at three packages for 10 cents. Penny's the Rcxnll Store. Price Reductions We have reduced the price on all Men's, Ladies' and Children's Oxfords $4 Oxfords now Mens' $3.75 Oxfords new ... . Mens' $350 Oxfords new ... . Mens' $3 Oxfords now Ladies' $3 Oxfords now Ladles' $2.50 Oxfords now Ladles' $2 Oxfords now ladles $10 Oxfords now Plenty of time to wear them flet a pair for Mens $325 $3.00 $2.85 $235 $235 $2.00 $1.65 $120 the Fair. W. E. PERKINS Crab Orchard, Ky Carpet Samples For Rugs, at Cost In Axminsters, Wilton Velvets, etc. Size 54 by 27 inches. Hughes, Martin & Co. Stanford. Ky. i- t- Hot Weather Our bill gale is over but iwe 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. Letter to Dr. Kilmer & Co., Binflhamton, N. Y. Prove What Swamp-Root Will Do Bing-hamton, at Last W.EHiggins Stanford, Ky. V Are not necessarily reserved for big depositors. Ths small man in business is welcomed at this bank as a depositor, and has the encouragement which an always conservative bank may give the small but growing business. 5100.000 Capital , $100,100 Surplus For You. Send to Dr. Kilmer & Co., N. Y., or sample bottle. It will convince anyone. You will nlso receive a booklet of valuable infor mation, telling nil about tho kidneys nnd bladder. When writing, bo sure to mention the Stanford Interior Journal, Semi-Weekl- y. H. B. Norfhcott Dealer In Live and Dressed Poultry, Eggs, Ice, Coal, WotJ, Furs Hides, Salt, Lime, Feath- VLtaVba!5KkBBBCavt!HrtXClaLaa' sBaHilfctiPu?"- 'HBit'MjaiBfr"' ntjgr"" "? ft" '"''BjrSBIaaapaaaM LOANS ers, Ginseng, etc. Ph3Je Lancaster, Ky. Lincoln County Nalional.Bank Sam Robinson Stanford, Kentucky Branch House, Stanford, Ky. U Next to Courthouse. Stanford, Ky. T.K.TUMR,Mr. PHONE 153. day after day, yet the sun cannot fade IU colors are everlasting proof against both fading and water. No guessing about GUARANTEED instead. ThU U only one of its many advantages over other mattings. It has no odor at ali, can be sewed like any carpet, dirt can't sift through it sanitary beautiful dainty patterns and colorings easy to keep clean and, best of all, the price won't scare you. We'll cheerfully show you a nice assortment and teU you more about this unusual d floor covering when you're ready. Why sot y ? tau-poMt- You can leave your windows open and the shades "JUST THINK OF !TI" up ively low-price- to-da- LL SANDERS. CRAI ORCHARD, KY. MKLM.SJ'-- , ,...'. ,Wt. UU. jv THE INTERIOR JOURNAL, STANFORD, KENTUCKY FRIDAY, JULY, 2, 1812 JiMK. , awrt of Ilia rafvUr highly concentrated nutritive juatHitt repair watt and craaU phjraical rttUtanca Utter than Kea can Aroj.J An Drank. Vo(t A Itownr nknmfltM N J IMI lit Scott's Emulsion tot U Handsome $400.00 Piano GIVEN AWAY! llilllf hlVrll n n HI! V WW SOCIAL ami PERSONAL County School Supt. GnTlnnd Singleton in quite ill with nppendieitw. Mcsdnmcs Annie Englctnnn nnil S. M. Alio imro ut CYuh Orchnnl. Miss Holla Denny in' the guest of Miss Kato 1,co Denny nt Lancaster. Miss C'lnm Cooper Is nfciidinir n few diijH nt Cmli Orclinnl Springs. Miss Mnry Iteid is visiting Mis Wutsou nt Alt. Vernon. Mm, Kdgnr Reynold, of MoKin- Mm. J. E. Buck, of Gilbert' Creek is flic guest of Mrs. Jesse I). Wenren Mr. Ieo Itupley linn liecn in Cincinnati ct'Veml duys on bushiest. Miss Lueilo Conjior is visiting Mr. Phelps Cobb nt Danville. Miss Kiln May Saunders hns re- llirilf.l ll..!nr al'J.-- 11 ilt to Mm. Bland lliilliinl nt Richmond. Miss Kopbin Snnndcrs is the guest of Mini Cnrrie Delia Romans nt Lancaster. Thompson, of Mt. Mr. Willinm Vernon, is hero visiting Mr. L. It. Hughe?. Miss Lottie Carson hns returned visit home from Lancnster, nfter to Miss Allie Ynnti. Mrs. Ilcttio MeKinney, hns returned from the Crab Orehcnrd Springs. Miss Dettie McCnnn IVrry is the nttrnctive guest of Miss Mlnnio Mne Rohinon nt Lnncnslcr. Mr. Herbert Spencer, of Spring City, Tetin., is the guest of her uncle Mr. If. It. Snuflcy. Miss Mnry Elizabeth Wntts, of Louisville is the nttrnctivs guest of Dettie and Mnttie I'nxton. MiM Tilden Cooper was the guest of James Dniley nt Crnb Orclinnl, Wednesday. Mrs. Julin Biggins and daughter of Somerset, nro the guests of Mrs. Hitch Iteid. Mr. J. D. Pnxton and James, spent Wednesday nt the Crab Orchard Springs. Mrs. J. T. Sanders nnd children, of Sonorn, tiro the guests of Mrs. W. 0. Carlton. Misses Adrlia an Bell Russell are vrsiting Mrs. Darker and other relatives nt Lebanon. Master Joseph Dallou and sister Lacile nro vixiting relatives and friends nt Lancaster. Mr. D. W. King, of Norman, Okln., was n. plensnnt caller nt tins office Wednesday. Misses Virgins Doumo nnd Mnry Eliznbes)i Watts attended the fair Friday. Mr. and Mrs. R. M. Ncwland and 'children nttended the Lancnster fair Friday. Miss Mary Kendrick Duddemr is the guest of Miss Mary Dnlton during. the Lnncnster fair. Mis Gertrude. Wilkinson lms returned homo from Lebanon, where. Mie hns been visiting. Mr. S, M. Allen, of Mlllersburg, is rlie guest of her parents, Mr. nnd Mrs. E. P. Woods here. Mrs. J. F. Cummins is visiting Mrs. II. D. Cnmpbell nt Crnb l' will glt away, V RatlMSON ta.Mwwm atelriilf wllhiii citHlii Ltatim be the tr ! moat interesting advertising proposition ever held in this section and everyone has an equal opportunity to secure this piano. hanjIsMif PIirs shtwi iiliw- - This sffir It Miff friiii tMs Ml y irifm Wi win '?! 4 How to Secure This Piano. For every penny spent we will issue trade coupons. These coupons nro good for their fnco vnlno in votes nt the rnte of one vote for evry cent of p'treliBse. Th cotpons ere trnns- fcrnble, nnd if you nro not interested in securing tho prize for yourself, you can mnko Fomo friend or iiciiniutiinco happy by saving your votes for them. Tho Contest is open to nnyono in this town or surrounding country, nnd tho person securing vote coupons representing tho largest number of votes, will receive this beautiful instrument free of nil cost. BaaBHaHBBlBBBBinaaBvajnvnBanvBBBBBaaajiaM WAwiaRwawwWAWjwwaywwwwwwwwwwwwp No Publicity. An Equal Chance For All. Xominntions will bo received from anyone, cither personally or by mail, nnd will nt onco bo entered in a voting register and tho person will bo notified. Thcro will bo no publicity for anyone, ns every contestant will bo nssigncd a particular number. All published bulletins will bo by number only. At tho WWflaWWK9F'?"aiHnnnkMS4siaWM wawjwaLZBnisaiftinttndaWAwawawawawawawwsW BBV oloso of tho contest tho pin no will immediately bo awarded tho Ruin Bivtrning Cinttst 2. Xo name 1. No nnme of contcstnntnnts will bo known. 3. Every contestant gets 2,0 will bo published. contestants votes to start with. 4. Every contestant ccts n number. WjWjWiWjWjWjillWsWsWsWsWsWsWsWsWsWsWsWsWsWsWsWsSWjF ok'SBBftBBBVl MBBBHBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBB es WsWsBWsWsWsWsWsWsWsWsWsWsWsWsWsWsWswBsiA' f ' Standing by number published weekly in tho Interior Journal. 0 All votes must be brought in Wcdncsdny for recording. 7. Votes must not bo written on. 8. Tie votes in packages with contestant's nmuerb nnd a mount on top slip. 9. Color of ccrti-catnnd must be recorded will bo chnnged ench month, monthly to count. 10. Votes nre transferable only before re cording. 11. Contestnnt having Inrgcst number of votes on January 1, 1013 wins the piano. wawwwBiWwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwiwJaWa winner. No lucky number will win tins benutiful nnd useful prize. Just send in your name, havo n number nsigned to yon, nnd then boost for that number among your relatives and friends. The rules nro simple, the chance costs nothing. An opportunity for nnyono to sceuro nn instrument that will give nntold joy nnd pleasure. Wc do not expect to recover the expense of this contest through a larger percentage or profit, but through a larger volume of business; nnd wo will endeavor to givo yon more for your monoy in the future than we have in tho past. In case of n tie, a Pri ze identical in every Tespect will be awarded to each tying contestant. with v.- - awwj that tied for, tttmmmtm i The Cloting King. First-Clas- s SAM ROBINSON. STANFORD, KENTUCKY. 3. Contest Closes Jan. mi 1, 1913. The Price Maker of Lincoln County. -:- - Dry Goods, Gents' Furnishings, Shoes, Clothing, Etc tho force nnd effect of a sales bond, this 2Gth, day of July 1912. 60-this 26ht. day of July 1012. W. L. McCARTY, I.an-cast- er d. Miss Mnrenrel Warren nnd Miss Mnry Durch went to Crnb Orchnnl Fridny to reninin scvernl days. Miss Mnrv Hooker has returned to Knnsas City, nfter a visit to her father, Mr. J. S. Hooker. Her lrroth-e- r Jesso returned with her to remain Fevernl slays. Mr. King Sropo, of Danville stopped over hero between trains Wednesday. He wns on his wny to Crab Orchard Springs to upend scvernl days. Mrs. Will Sevorunoe, who hns been sick for some tiire wns nble to go to Shclbvville Wcdne?dnv to visit her mother, Mrs. Pickett. Rev. William Hopper, who has been here visiting his parents, Mr. nnd Mrs. 0. D Hopper returned to Durnside Wednesday. Mrs. Robert Nunnelloy nnd daughter Con, of Hustonviile, wero the guests of Mr. nnd Mrs. L. P. Nun-nellTucsdny. cy We Want You to Come To The Fri Opera House Ntwitt Pictures. a5nis?ocNighu Beei A Tl Pepples, Miss May Traylor, Harry nol,i;.w. Hill nnrl It. M. Newland was laid up for Cooper, Scott, Miss Ina Roberts, Thurman several days this week with a bad Phillips. attack of grip. Tudor, Miss Isabelle Reynolds, Geo. Miss Dora Hester Entertains. V. C. Cundiff, the iwpulnr CounGivens, Miss Nannie Sloan, Will ty Clerk of Cuscy county, wns hero One of the most delightful events Gooch, Miss Florence Beatte, David for several days this week on of the senson was a party given by Rankin, Miss Knto Iloltzclnw, AlMiss Dora Hester, in honor of Miss bert Phillips, Miss Willie Belle Holtz-claMnry E. Anderson, the pretty and Miss Grimes Entertains In J. C. Roberts, Miss Alva Henor of Attractive Visitors popular daughter of Mr. nnd Mrs. Holtrclnw, Smith Rankin, Miss Mnry I). M. Anderson of Prcachersvillc. Otis McBeath, Miss Ida Uooch, On Thursday evening, Miss MaTho lawn nnd porch wns beautifully Freeman Clarence Rankin, Miss rion Grimes entertained nt her home decorated with Jnpancso lanterns Ethel Farmer, Noel Correll, Miss in honor of her visitors MisScs Mnr-th- a dining Katie Holtzclaw, Jonathan Rankin, Wnllnco nnd Paulino Jones, of nnd potted flowers nnd the Kansas City, Mo., nnd Miss Virginia riiuin with ferns, roses nnd enrnnn-lion- s. Miss Vircie Hester, Bona McKcch-nfThe beau-titTho ushers wero Misses Dora Givcns, of Hnrrodsburg. Miss Ruth Beck, Shirley Holts-clalawn wns decorated with Jap" Hester, Jessie I.ynn, Messrs. Joe Miss Virgio Spoonnmore, Damicsc lanterns and with the full Tliurmnn, John Rankin. An enjoy-nbl- c vid Morris, Miss Bessio Cos, D. L. moon made a most nttrnctive setting feiitnure was the music furnish- Spoonnmore, Miss Lillio Wilmott, charming evening. The enterfor n tainers certainly descrvo a word of ed by the string baud, of Hedgcvillc. Ophia Wayne, Misses Alice Gooch praise, for they saw that every one Tho entertnineis were Misses Dora Mnggie Wilmott, Lucy Wilmott. enjoyed tho occasion to tlie fullest er.ter, Jessie Wood Lynn, Vircie extent. After n social hour, delightAt tne suunnie nour tnoi Sheriff's Sale. ful refreshments were served on tho Hester. were enra reiresuroe.ua in lawn to tho guests. eCHlion No C43 By of Among those present were: Miss tho dining room. , directed to me, winch issued from Virginia Givens, Mr. Wesley Smith, Among those present were: Miss 'the Clerk's office of the Lincoln cir Miss Surnh Hundley, Mr. Wnllnco Mnry Anderson, Mr. Burch Hester, cuit court, in favor of D. A. Puritt, Singleton, Miss Annn D. McRoborts, Miss Lcnn Trnjlor, William Dudde-rn- r, ngninst A. G. Coker. I, or one of Mr. John Thomas McAlister, Miss my deputies, will, on Monday, the Miss Jennie Lnwrcnce, Ray- 1'ith day of August 1912, between Joscjuuuo Carpenter, Mr. John M. Wntcrs, Miss Mnry Leo Givcns, Mr. mond Traylor, Miss Jessie Lynn, Jim tho hours of ono o'clock P. M. nnd Ernest McAfee, Miss Knto D. Hnrris, Miss Kntio Gooch, Jimmic two o'clock P. M. nt the court house Mr. Alfred Pence, Miss Mnry Wilmott, Miss Eva Rankin, Ewnlt door in Stanford county of Lincoln. Moore Rnncy, Mr. Will Ynger, Miss Ky., expose to public salo to the Spoona-mor- c, Mnry E. MeKinney, Mr. Ho'wnrd Givcns, Miss Mnry Belle highest bidder, tho following propJoo Freeman, Miss Jewel erty (or so much thereof ns may lie Nowlnnd, Miss Mnry E. Watts, Mr. s, Spoonnmore, Georgo Pope, Mis neees.-nr- y Joseph Hopper, Mis Elizabeth to satisfy tho nmount of Miss Lucy Spoonnmore, Clarence Boone the Plaintiff's debt, interest, and Mr, Hnrris Coleman, 1'lorenoe Cnrter, Mr. Mnck Fisher, Miss Hazel Stone, Clyde Curtis, Miss costs,) Miss Sophia Alcorn, Mr. Kendrick A reitnin tract or parcel land in Alcorn, Miss Virginia Bourne, Mr. Knto Anderson, Lognn Hubble, Miss Lincoln county Ky., on tho bend Welch Rochester, Miss Lucy Leo Mubel Rankin, Bunk Spoonnmore, waters of South Fork, nnd ndjoiuing Walton. Mr. Stewart Cnreon, Miss Miss Flora McBeath, Lindsay Rnn-kii- i, tho lands of Prtvctt, on tho enst nnd Mnry S. Cook, Mr. Clinton Coleman, Miss Eliza Cox, John Rnnkin, north, nnd on tho west by tho lnnds Miss Mnry Biggins, Mr. Jnck Rout, Miss Elsio Morris, Harry Goggin, of Jnmes Stull, south by tho lnnds Miss Emma Hays, Mr. Thos. Bright, of Hub Jenkins, and contnining Miss Frnnkie D. Traylor, Richard Messrs. Russell Brown, Will twelve (12) ncies. Tho nmount of Hubert Cnrpcnler. .Tnmcs Pepples, Willie G. Trnylor, Traylor this execution is as follows: PrinWest, Miss Anna Holtzclaw, Eddie ciple ?200, (two hundred dollnrs) Scott, Miss Ellen Scott, John Spoon- with interest 0 per cent from 10, day nlso the nmore, Miss Mnyme Wilmott, Penn Fvbrunry 1910 until paid sum of eleven dollars and fifty Williams, Miss Mnry E. Holtzclaw, CPiits, ($11.50) cost expended, and Silas .Anderson, Miss Elizabeth the further cost of this notion levied Holtzclaw, Elmer Anderson, Miss upon as the property of A. G. Cuker. TKHMS: Sale will be made on n Mnry Wayne, Edwin Holtzclaw, Miss credit of three months bond with apEmma Holtzclaw, Scott Hamilton proved security required, .bearing inMiss Florenco Spdonnmore, Albert terest nt the rate of 0 per cent, per Music Scott, Miss Margaret Beck, Ernest annum from date of sale, and having e, ul Rn-ney, Hig-ginto-w- it: Me-Cnrl- v. Sheriff. i 22 Join Baptist Church. The revival services which have been in progiess nt the Baptist church for two weeks, came to a cloc last Saturday evening. Rev. J. V. Porter, who has been doing the preaching, returned to his home There were in nil 22 additions ,besides tho renewed interest nwakened nmong tho members. Two additions wero by letter the others by baptism. Those who joined by baptism were Bertlm Blunkenship, Mark Blnnken-shineotiem, JJIankeMsltfp, Ruth Lunsford, Daisy Lunsford, Marjorie Mary Lynn, Margaret McCIure, Gertrude Gaines, Alma Gaines, Holtzclaw, Fnnne McCarley, Ada Mobley, Grace Atchley, Ollio Atcb-leEarl Withers, Logan Rainey, Prescott Brown, Clarence Singleton, Pascal Wall, Hermnn Wall. Tho addition's by letter wero Mrs. Annie Jordan and Zora Padgett. n Lexington. p, y, Oxfords, Straw Hats Estrav. Dark red steer, spot on its forehead; marked in right ear; reward for return to W. L. Cordier. and Summer Weight Clothing owe Alterative What is a "tonic"? A medicine that increases the strength or the tone of the whole system. What is an " alterative" ? A medicine that alters or changes unhealthy action to healthy action. Name the best "tonic and alterative"? Ayer'sSar-saparillthe only free from alcohol. Ask your doctor about it. Sarsapa-rillaentirel- at Cost ' a, y Ciffl&WM Stanford, Kentucky & 'j K V A Bilious attacks, Indigesthese tion, constipation, dizzy spells are some of the results of an Inactive liver. Ask your doctor if he endorses Ayer's Pills la these cases. The dose Is small, one pill at bedtime. XtK HuUkrttil t. O. ATSB CO., Home of H.S. M. All Wool Clothes I'll IU, -- ti.A. ..i.A 1. . THE INTERIOR JfUMtAL, , tm v- i rwftfHj (he Kiinnctlcy tTAHf IN. KENTUCKY FRUAY, JULY M, 1112 ' PWRri nvrw narttra nt ,"',, Come To The Old Fashioned Country Fair at Stanford ,$ "Woek Yard, Stanford, Ky., we of fer our sfrvices nnd experience to Jm rmblifc ia brenkins nnd IrniniiiB Wrses for the saddle nnd buggy, Snkiii n specialty ot fivcgniltd huddle liorees. For terms nnd eoti- sec us. We s.ilicit "J 'idilions, cnll nnd 6nr patrpnnge. Tom: ELLISON 4 SOX. AUGUST 21, 22 and 23, 1912 For Catalogue and Particulars, write J. F. CUMMINS, Secretary. Mr. and Mrs. Lieu .Mr. Under the Auspices of Diadenf Lodge, No. 81, Knights of Pythias, i'A Iv ifcaJisVi " .K ISf.jt, 3v Bar fcr' Uh ! heen Jefinitly proven by ,periments on animals thst alcohol the while I'ostcil- - Clms. ScniouK iLwinthe sermicid.l power ol Hie body nJ that alcohol Pn.lyc. di.e.s. the blood and renders them un.b e to take up and de.troy Willinin J. Icck. of the human race. ol over i Disease terras cause the death (lyceric exSix ,voun JiTnoy eiw for miiIp. A blood medicine, made entirely without alcohol, which it a pure Seal root, Mandrake tract of rooti. auch at Uloodroot.Queen'a root, Goldenthe past forty year, at Dr. M. H. ltmilimaii. for Stos foot, hat been exten.ively .old by Fur Sale A jzood family horc; Influence ol extract It hko Pierce'. Golden Medical Di.covery. Tlie relre.hin which ive. thit to the blood life 31 yours old; pcifeclly Mifo for woblood it bathed in the tome Nature', influence-t- he ilal fifes of the body bum brighter and their increased activity coniumet tha men tintl children to ilrixc; in K""1 "t!i - ti....- - rKS.'.U which ha. accumulated durini the winter. lit 71 iJISigiiill. J. III Pierce, the lounder ol the Invalid' Hotel and t IMMiltluil. (iOtf experience and II. Jiine, Stnnfonl. Surgical Institute, and a physician ol practice, wn. the first to make up an Alterative Extract of nioiiiitiiin One liundreil No. roots, without a particle ol alcohol or narcotic. cwrs just in from llic tnoiintniiw. A. "It Is with the trrttrt nf nleniurr, that I write to you Vnow of T. Niiiinelley. the arms benefit I reeelvBl from tho ux of rour medicines and I self. suftreatment at home," writes Mas. Wm. Hetrs, of Ladrsmlth, a fered for thre. year, . from a nmnlnir sore. Consulted four doctors but ;... .)..... r.;ll i llnallr I TTii tnld I was In enrnnnr For Sale er Rent. twn and woukl haw to commit a specialist roncernlnc my ear. Cist th. S ... I wntibl A Vlfwi friend aii twifntw. .l.l -. me to write jii, Dr. I'lerte, th wiwnildid. and tiM. aeren months A fine l!ii gnis fnrm four miles which I after to adTiiwI ,S?iS use of the treatment the aora Is heaM. and I enjoy better health than I from Stnnfonl, Ky.. in Irish blnte of oaiveanu nerdfcl. I ilrwwjl the wourel wltli lr. Ilerre s mlnptnble to rni?in; .'nl. tk rV.Ll.ti U.iiftl DiMvnrerv an.1 rimMnt Pellets for IXUT cultivation, troubles. 1 shall always recommend yuur medicines. liemp imd tobacco, corn, liny and nil . . 11 tf m ner inu nimii. kinds of Miinll L'rnin. This fann fierce s r'easapt reiiera fjM.Ttrrv- lins on it a iiipe new cottage, a large (oliacco and. .stock bnni and nil cor-iaX- of one-hall fiAn nramcflVE WITHOUT ALCOHOL. THE FARMERS ira.. druita lre r,i lt ' a i??.' 1 .r.l ". .- ,... A I Fox-RidgeCo- al Now is the time to stock your winter supply of COAL. None Prices better than right. We fork all our Coal YOU GET NO DUST. " Fox-Ridge. rienty of necessary outbuilding. cverlnstin water, is on rood pike one mile from church house nnd store, and four miles each way from the railroad, and in a good neighborhood. The laud lays frell, in fact you can stand iu the yard nnd nearly all over the farm. It contain 141 acres. If sold wo will give very liberal terms. If not sold by August 20th, will rent for years 1913-1For further information cnll on II. D. Carter. Stanford. Ky., vr write C. L. Carter, Greensboro, 1. X. C. GO-1- 2 REV. 0. P. BUSH. To Conduct Revival Pleasant Point. . Kllis. Up. Jeffries, of Middleburj;, fillI'uidoui or Ilutchertottn was with friends bore last week. ed Ins ivulur apiiuiiitment at tho Misses Flossie and Mamie l'ur-doi- linjitit church Saturday and Sunvf the Little South section, arc day. He, with hit liltlc daughter, I lie guests of Mr. and Mrs. II, C. S.ulie, were gui'sts at It. J. HogiicV l'e.xtou. after sen ices Sunday. K. (J. llilli-lun- d mill family Mere also guests Mr. Henry May wns with Minion ut Mr. Ilogue'p. county lelnlives Sunday. fj.k.rlh OflM.fS.IIM, ll fulfill lls- llf ii(iiMIII liliWitiii( ttrSHtM if at.ftaj ville, wns here Monday on business. iinauyed for tliu Cliildren's Day, Mr, nnd Mrs. (Icorgc l'rtiitt nnd wliich will be the second Sunday iu daughter, liss Minelle, , of More-lan- August. The childieii of Cook's were here Thursday. (.Impel nnd the Christian church at Miss Florence Sprngens is visit- King's .Mountain, aio to 'take part ing friends iu Lexington. iu the exercises. A large crowd is Mr. llcndricks Wilcher bns ctiH'cU'il. llverxbody cordially inlrom a ten days' stay with cited. fiiends iu Lilierty. Miss Lizzie De, of Danville, if. Irs. Frank llrown nnd children, with the homefolks fur u few days. of Liheity, have returned home nft-c- r Mrs. W. C. lirowu, of Science llill n visit to Mr. and Mrs. Quince s tns visiting ielaties here a Allen. since. Miss Fay l'eytou is visiting sonic Mr. and Mrs. V. C. Uillilnud and fiends in Wilmore. Mr. and Mrs. Willinm Ileynierson little daughter, Vera, Mr. anil Mrs. (Jeonrs Ilogue nnd little Wilma, were nnd son. Harold, or Danville, to guests at Mr. J. T. llroni's Sunday. home Sunday after n visit Urban Singleton und bride were 5Ir. and Mrs. J. It. Keyniersou. isiting lclativcs liere. Messrs. Charlie Cnldwell nnd William Lillard, of Danville, were here There was tu up)le paring at T. on business Inst week. Alford's Monday ctening, which the Mra nnd Mrs. Johnson Hundley joung folks greutly enjoyed. visited his brother on Jones' I'.irk Ker. und Mrs. Singleton spent last week. Sunday ut W. S. Itouten's. A very successfijl revival is being Jt's.c ltnuten, of lHoomingtou, conducted by llevs. Hardin and Kell scnt u short time with the at the Iletbel M'ethmliat church. homefolks ' 5"V iii.,liii Msitetl His parents - I.iu n, ' imm& tjfie&&! 2Tr,ri:.Am i eandle f V n.M-.Vif d, 'ZLmLT 'ssfew "f' MmwBllSilSSSfESiMSty1 few-day- DUPnSTOW Start a bankaccount and start today--tomorrow 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-N- OW. m J. A JL. Church Services at Other News July 2.'th. H. Baughman & Co. Klli-lm- Phone 11 Stanford, Kentucky. Next week at tho CUisburjr llap-ti- st church I'nstor A. S. Jeffries, assisted by Ifev. 0. 1 Hush, of Lancaster will be;,'in a feric.v of revival service-"- . Permanent Cure For Chronic Constipation Although thoM may dispute It who hmv not tried It, yet thousands of olMra. who speak from personal experience, assert that there la a permanent f1"?!. fol chronic conatlpatlon. Some testify they were as fifty cents, years cured for as that tho ago. and little trouble never came back on them, while others admit they took several bottles before a steady cure was brought about. The remedy referred to Is Dr. Syrup Pepsin. It has been on tor over a quarter of a i '5.rke! '"" I""" l"luiurised on Sis menu, ?"" one person telllnc another. by The fact that It. strongest are women and elderly people supporterti the ones most persistently constipated makes It certain that the claims rrxurdlntr It as a permanent cure for constipation hae not lieen etageerated. It Is not violent like cathartic pills, salts or waters, but operates gently. Cald-wells without rrlplnc and without shock to the system. It contains tonic properties that strengthen the stomach and bowel muscles so that In time medicines or all kinds can be dispensed with and nature 1. again solely relied on. Among" the legions who testify to these fact, are J. F. Blankenshlp, Sharon. Tenn and Beulali U Rogers, Kosmosdal. Ky., and they always have a bottle of It In the house, for It is n reliable laxative for all Infancy (a U4 m th f!Hy f Anyone wlshlnir to make a trial of this remedy before buying It in the regular Way of n. ilruirlrliit at flftv r.nla np nnd dollar a lurge bottle (family size) can nmo a sumpie Dome sent to tne nome Mr. Joe Will Koiit, of free of chart;. hv Mlmnlv nilitrAftalni-- Dp n- W. U. Caldwell. lOS Washlncton W.'di.siliiy HL. villc, Montlcello, 111. Tour name and address All..n. lv.ni Air ....! Air. of on a postal card will do. isitina Urnilfordsville, have been !" Itcv. Osenr Minks, of Morcluud, has been called by the Rocky Ford congregation for the remainder of j Hie year. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Ileynierson and sou, 0car, of UrndfonUville, h)ent Saturday nnd Sunday with relatives. Mr. Luell F. Steele spent day.-- in Liberty hut week, on business. Mr. Thomas Keynicrson, of Dan ville, visited relatives here la-- t week, Misses Hess Walker and Lillian Averitt, of Hra.lfordsville, have been the guests of friends here. Mr, Frank True, of Cincinnati, is visiting Mr. ITurdiu and fnmily here. Little Misses Llicilc anil Jilleiie rteciT. ot TJanviiie, are isiiing tlicir grnndinothcr, .Mrs. Auuuidii Ifc-.- l Kev. .1. A. Herald was at Wujnes-nient- s IiMntler to correct the false state-- , that are being circulated over burg lnl week, He rerfonned the the county thut we the brothers in wedding cereiiuin-- for a prominent law of W. M. Duncan, are opjm-e- d jouiig couple while there, W. C. Ilniun formerly of of this to his election as the democrntiej . promoted to u higher candidate for circuit court cletk, we place this means of denouncing the sitiuu on (lie ( & C., railroad, statement ns .false iintlj Dennie Hortou was at Fhtt L'ock, denounce the party who Marled , Tenn.,- - the guest of James (lastineau such story. We eseet to support He also sjient u few days at Science him iu everv way possible and will Hill. .Mrs. Joe Uptheirrove. of Lexiii'j- nnni'cciate the support of our friends which is given him. lou, was called to the of her mother .Mrs. C. Ij. Hensley who is W. 51. Mntheny, po-ta- t n...i. r..... ..- STATE BANK & TRUST CO., Capital $50,000. w. Surplus $500 J. D. EAOS, J. S. RICE, V. Stanford, Ky. Ptm. G. L. PENNY, V. Pres. M. SALIN, Cashier. l. Mccarty, I. Pres. "t S. ALBERT PHILLIPS, BW A. J. Qooch. tery low. J jj, Hu-to- n- hi" and the engine cut Shi" p.iiiis in his kidney und back Mim. Left to lacioss the iiikc, tore iliran scvenil vere teiriblc. "1 got n bottlu of panels of fence along the io.ulsi.le. Foley's Kidiiev Fills from our dim:-ciand wound up b Inking a header and they entiiely rclioed me. into the Knnli Lick cirek. where it is 1 hate mure benefit fvom tlieiu tliiui nfnr reposing. rny other medicine." it-st M. M. Ta.xlor, who bus been build-in- g a school h.iiisi. js ut home for it few days. There is plenty of mumps In Ibis Traction Engine in Creek. part, if you want a few come and The erJiuuse pipe on a traction get tlieiu they will cost you nothing. vnginc being driven by Morse Jliis-- j Mr t.Vi,ods, who has Thui-sda. ''' morning, us Wc j iar,1M rounlv, for a while, "u WJ,, driving it out the Huston- - , (( I0lle aai1 villc mid Shelby City pik.v . The "' ,1""-- ' pourin- - upon Mr. Kiis. X. J. Ooiliam. Cashier of Wood, sen, una nc .nimjii .in in sine iniu- - villc, Wooihille, On., had n very m l,c'"o parboiled in the sc!f attack of kidney trouble Oooch. J. M. Oooch. W. . Sam Mutheny. .1. T. Duddenir. Lilbuni Guoch. .Mr. some for J. Klmrr Scott has been working V. Sparks at Ml. Ver-iinu. CRASS FAIR aid 6 Ctmeiciig Monday, August 12th Big Days Nights, America's Greatest Horse Show & 5 tfigSattle Htrse Stakes $25,000 in PreMttMs SplemU Aspby f every class tf live stock "' K.,.ji RiMugaid Harness Races dajly Innes Band of America se-e- ie See Big- - Forcj.'j.logue or liirllior infbrmation, address JOHN W. BAIN, Secretary, Lexington, Ky. Floral Parade First Day ltpducril Ilnlrs All Itoaila mi Sensational Free Acts Daily. The Greater Parker Shows. SPRING SUITING My new spring and summer samples are now ready for your inspec- tion. They comprise the best on the market. I can suit anyone as to price who had his clothes made to order. A suit made to your measure ia preferable to ready made clothes. To have them .made to measure ieeon't cost any more than ready ade when quality and fit ia considered. Come in and let me take jresr measure. M. C. HUfky, The Practical Tailor. '- eV The Great Danville Fair i .i. '.. - August 7, 8 and 9 Side Attractions Galore I. M. DUNN, Secretary. Enlarged Floral Hall and Poultry Department. Big Premiums in all Departments and a Most Liberal and Interesting program throughout. with Finest Merry Go-Rou- nd In the United States 'fa Ml. l"lsiMsssssss..issss' TMCiC IS REAL PAINT intni"g Baterials that is not the name. It you have wertay tcperieace with the latter kind With $750 Band. Danville, Kentucky. Jm ao&e stuff Btized Iw't want anotker.. If job havea't take our 'advice and don't paints Buy oar ezperiaMflt. m4 gav jourseJf 'disappdUtmeat Had sseaey as well. ki yk t For Catalogs and Other Information, Address W. P. G1VENS, President, afa. 'Sfffi. nl tA.ALLCR. StonfirlKy. MPiilPililliiililiilipi 3 . ty. . "i i