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The Interior Journals STANFORD, LINCOLN COUNTY, KENTUCKY. TUESDAY, JULY 30, 1012 1 n DMft HARVEY Vila Fm HELM tATURf Ftrt tt 1 AY J TUESDAYS AND FRIDAYS. IJ at. present in the icpublicaii party, I OFFICERS CHOSEN TO 'the common cop!c hnvc no voice in HOLD FIRST PRIMARY. tho control of the government, and it wns for tho purpose of remedy Tws' Democrats and Twe RejwWI- ing such a condition and working for cans Named In Each Precinct tho common good of nil Immunity The List. thnt tho Progressive party van launched. Kcv. I). M. Walker, ofThe County Hoard of Election fered prayer, nnd the convention then got down to business. Commissioners, Sheriff, V. L. Prominent men in attendance at J. T. Embry nnd Dr. It. L. the convention from different parts Davison met Inst weok and selected 1; glnd to hear from him.' of the county unid that the Koose The ringa exhibited on the last have hitherto nifilinted with tho renltonioy, was here yestervelt tentimeift is very strong Hinongl the list of officers who will con- day nnd court-m- il vJith day and tho awards made were as publican jmrty, banded themselves republicans in nil sections, S. riicy ''"ct "1C l,ri,,",ry "Jet Saturday. An Lancaster. lturch, lolluws: together to advocate Ihe nomination say that they expect to sec him poll this is tho first primary in the state nl'i a candidate far the Mr. (Jcorgc Urow, of Hacklcy, office, mill with Sheriff Marc and foal of 101'J, shown to of 1 lieniKirc Koosevelt for President, a larger vote for president than will vvheic I.. narrowly ccaod a very xerioni acboth democrats nnd lcpubli- McCurty, chninnan of tho Cotiifty hand .Mm. If. T. I.owndes, Danville declining thnt the nomimitiiiii given cident while returning from Lcxing-to- n ..' the conclusion of the conven- - tans participate, under the law, the N'. Hay 1r.t; I. Hoard of l'.lcciou Commissioners, Son, Howlnig Tn ft in Chicago was not honcstlv At in his automobile. Just nutfddc. with reference to having certain Oteen 2nd; .W. II Murphy, Lincoln j btuiue.l. lion, the new county committee held 0",ceH "ro ,,,VI,,cd cvc,,l Mwccn of the city ho met n wngon nnd :l,j (Tin four olniifmii tl,lf t,0 art,es' lv democrats and oirt'ituii oilicvm in Among the men who met here Sat.1 meeting and elected W. P. Kincaid while trying to imam h one of the I precincts and the two Crab Orchard ..i. Saddle Htalbou, vear and under urday wore life long lender of their chairman nnd Judge Menefee see-- 1 t,u' republicans being named in cncli . " 'l,,,',0,, Ur 2- -WW""-tpecjuct .n,.fonl 1st; I'. party, who said thnt they have bc- - retnry. Active workers have been precinct. changed, on the ground tbciv was mneh that he (V omc disgusted with the methods by Mimed in each precinct and it is ox- - j i without ieprescutiiti.nl danu-e- r a I.e.. ,1 for In... nnd the ..... w S(l(jim o Tho irriumry elections in tho state, , , which itjins been 11111 in late years, peeled that an active campaign will Jiiiiin: the oilier rs in thn-.i- i precincts. uipanls of lus car, . . ... pnmllu,rv , nr he tiled to V. Ifay & Son 1st; John Murphy 2.1, plv ., , Mr. Hureh signified hi- willingness nnd arc unable to stand for the rule bo wnged. check it, but was unablo to do so hel.l uii.ler all the formalities of n Stallion. II yearn and under 4 ::svn the ciinnnuston mnLc any ,"...... .i. of tho bosses Linger. in . .1.- ... .v ,... ...... ...r ... ronos i... i . .,,, , .'eiicial the officers who ,s, yA chances it desired, mid Miid that he It lxnil mini. riin hup ntmlA receni.;Mlll Prominent in this organialion of Says Madison Is For Helm. ' n ......! " serve are paid the same as in re- (be new party in tlii-- . county woo Koadster mare or inddin would recommend that it Isa done. pleto somersault or turned completeKcv. A. G. Coker, of King's Mouii- -' pulnr elections, nnd tho returns are and under 4- - Forest Stapp, men like P. M. KeKobeils,' ( . K. Congressman I fancy Helm, who is ly I pinned Mr. (Irow and J .'IIP. M. over .V Holcomb, 2d. vitally concerned in Ihe primary on Mr. I ,im Ami. Talc, Ii. II. King, M. T. Lun.lo.d. tuin, was in Madison county lust made to the County Clerk in tho; under it, breaking the hitSaddle xchling 4 years nud over atunlny, nlu recommended that lers collar bone. It wan Senile A. C. Caiman, II. C. Hnplev, week, nenr College Hfll. where lie h",m '"' a miracu- P. Wf Hny 1st; S. I.. Ilurke 2d 1"1' 'isl " "ffieers chosen to hold' the commistdon make any changes lous C. h. Lyon, John N. Meiiefie. Jr., preached for a number of years. lie I cscujh for the others in the ma('ouibined Hnllioti, any age P. John Slovens, p. L. Thom.is, A. II. confided to the luterior Journal "ie f'r?,t direct irimary in Lincoln .Mr. Puryear ilesirc.1. chine while the uift.t wns badly V. Hny ' 1st; Mat Cohen 2d. Sheriff MeCnrtv. however, snld vvTcci.e.1 Long, J. 15. Ilonnkcr, J. W. Williams when lie ietunie.1 that lie found the f'01'"'y 's ai follows: democratic voters in that section! Klllll llf t f t.llllU II III litniil titn. Dr. J. (I. Carpenter, I Stanford No. I Courthouse thut he conld not sonk for the 0. T. .Miller, Mr. H. II. Hatson has a hand-oii- .e .T.- f,. Sl.mn. , (Jarrurd entries .riiib.'. M. II. Loard, as he was but o!imemler, George Young, 0. W. (IiMdiich. Win. almost fcolnl for Harvev Helm f..r.t w .w... " pavement just completed in (.,, iHtt Judge S. J. Embry, Jr. Kllis, L. W. Shadonn, T. Smith. John Coiwicss. He savs that thev nre out of three, hut paid he Mould call I Thrce'gnited saddle tame or geld-v.il- li Lunsford. M. A. Phelps, T. Clerk J. W. Acey. (he hoard together to take action, if front vjf his residence, this together J. Jen- diet that the Lincoln county candibis pretty terraced yard adds jw, nny ,,g.-SlierilT II. J. Luce. I lie matter II. T. I.owndes nings, John Pritehctt, Ollie Prilchett date will carry Madison county sure wan brought lefire him much to 'the nttrnetiveness of his 1st ; p. Mr. Coker i . Hny 2d. II. W. Mueller, John Ueluney, John on next Saturday. in n legal way. He pointej out that Stanford No-- . 2 Macksville ,""m'- I Koadster stallion, any age Mat llurton, Tom Plummcr, Henry' Cat run another ardent temperance man who the election officer Kail nlready liecn Judge J. L. ColTey. Miss Oirne Walton Anderson, Cohen 1st; P. W. Kuy 2d. Mimed, aid that they could only be. Judgt Kud Hnldcnnau. J. v. Price, Sidney Dunbar, S. J. heartily endorse Mr. Helm's course removed for raue. He asked Mr. thii.U (Iniighter of the late Simeon I Plantation class, limited to Hell, John Clinpiwll, W. P. Kincaid, on the interstale shimiing bill, and Sheriff J. II. Snrtnin. and Harry Klmure, mux of mrd entries, marc or gelding any Crnig Cninden, H. I. Hlaiikenship, It. is supporting him earnestly in his m htcli ofllecrs do Furjeur to Clerk II. It. Saufley. Mr. J. V. Klmore, president of tho "KL T. It. Hobinsou 1st; Mm. Jns. C. Arnold, (lus Gciszl. and John X. race for rcnomination. not nut him in the precincts menStanford No. 3 Enflne House tioned, birt he diil not desire to do Gnrnird Hank nud Trust Co., were ! HntniHon 2d. Judge i V. Gentry. Mcnofee, Sr. Bole Bull Moose Meeting Harness niaro or gelding .'I years thnt he suid. The Sheriff also re- united in marriage on Thusdny cven-- l The crowd wns in the main Judge Chas. T. Willson. ing in tbo .Mint house, tho Hv. O. nnd onder 4 Abe Coleman, Hur-minded him thnt where he had Sherilt G. I). Florence, of white men when Judge Danville, July 2!) The republican Hush officiating. u the of one fourth This is a cul- - lodsburg 1st; Ileniiird Hays, John N. Menefee, Jr., culled tho progressive convention wns Clerk J. 11. Hailey. held, of 11 love affair of several lasville 2d. if the candidate. n he hud done Stanford No. 4 Rowland convention to order nnd read tho here Saturday with a good crowd iuj fielding 4 years r Kin... ..i... ..a., it in tlit other seven prcciiiclH of the years standing. . S. I .nil. ...f ......... Plmlr..!.... r ir.. rv ..,1.4 attendance. JudgeLeo Holtzelnw. jjttiiim It was called to order ' W. Kay .second. county, he had been given an ollleer, I There Judge Jesso Price. were eleven colored The Union services were held ut '''"M by J. II. Swope, formerly a Taft ",ro .venrr. and over Hernard cans in tho audience, however. S. J leader and for a number Sheriff John Delsincy. but that under the law he did not the Piesbyterian church Sunday ev- of years I ell uomiunted Hon. H. H. King for chairman of th have the right to demand an ollleer ening Clerk W. P. Logan." church minis,.r, ""J" '"Mnt Cohen 2d. erepublicun county Champion cla.--s, Hve gaitcl stul- - hairman he was elected without Crab Orchard No. I to rcprccift him alone in the four Klder F. M. Tinder, preaching the commit lee. The following delegate's b'in, mare or gelding any age .f200 precincts or the two at position, mid Judge Mcnofee was to tho district convention were ch.w- Judge Frank Watson . j Orab 'Orchard. It was also pointed Judge Milt Condcr. Mm. Alary Ann est is uportc.l J,,-H- ' " T fwndes 1st; Mat Cohen in.ule secretary. A committee, com- - cu by 11 unanimous vote: J. It. - Sheriff Cal Nevi, ilt;k Hushes, posed of H. T. l.unsford, J. W. Wil- o.it that the ..fllcem had been named .piile sick at her home on Danville -- ,, ' U ,".v M'f 1). H. Kincaid, W. S. Law-wil- l, Clerk George Kronaugn. in Hoyle several weeks ago, withiut strcet. Mm. Thomas V. Wherrilt, ith' 'lian.s, Win. Kllis, J. It. H.maker, nnd Ken W. Durlinm, Phelps Cobb, Harness stallion 4 yearn nndover S. J. Hell was named to draft re-Crab Orchard No. 2 u lit having been submitted by Mr. who has ben very ill is somewhat John Smithem, Jesse Figg, James I dear Doty 1st; Theodore Duncan lutions, and reported the following Judgt E. D. Hooch. Ilurch, and the latter doe not know improved. Crouch, Wallaco Fisher, Frank Hunt Judge Walter Kogers. 'resolutions which were unanimously J. M. Huimon, A. T. Sharpe, Hcnrv whether he ha n single officer in The Institute met in '""' Sheriff W. It. Walker. thnt ounty for linn. On the other llnrroosourg the past week nnd the "onnsicr mine or gelding, nny adopted: Ormnn. N. F. Smith and W. L. Clerk J. C. Magee. Pontius Iteu llol.-omhand, the local election ollicem were Gnrninl teachers were in attendance "fc'-'- 'r. The Resolutions: I.f.rre the meeting udjourne.l HustonvHIe, No. I. not named until n list had been re"W hereas; We tho Prou'ies-.iv- e Miss Margaret Arnold extended bos ht'c,,,"'l-prtalit,.,!il, ,.r r... V of Prnf. it. Judge James Minks. 'hiby 'ring for piettiest ami linnd- - l.imioln county, Kentucky, believe j vemity, made 11 ceived from Mr. Puryear. mid he to the followimr ullrnctive' short address stat-thJudge Itud McCocmack. wan given the representation requir- giicst for the fair: Miss F.mnm- - "t"".t haby under 15 months old the nomination of Wil- - . ing his reasons for supporting the Clork Henry Camnitz. ,,''J,,lhino Itrcwer, of CheUen, ed by luw in the pieeincts where n line P.urnctte, Islington, Miss liam IL Taft as the republican nomi- - third party of Koosevelt. ulIlck-ut I Sheriff Tom Best. number of candidates had and Eleanor Hoguc, of ,,ollm W,,K "warded llmt ribbon nnd nee ot Chicago was obtained by 111- I Hustenville, No. 2 joined whh liitu to constitute the Hirhmoud ,un.l 3liss Sallie Ituiuam '""'elhi Walker, the Iwautiful little fail-- means, and that the verdict ofj Women to Vote August Third. daughter of Mr? and Mrs. W. O. tho pcajde was set asi.lo by the Judge J. II. Depp. which the law Woods, of Paint Lick. Judge John llurton. nys, tt.ny have the light to uame an Mr. Joshua llrowii Ued ut bis Walker, of Stanford, wns given tho bosses, and that Theodore Koosevelt ' The women of Kentucky havu now Sheriff James Grubbs. .lection officer. was rightfully entitled to said nom- an obligation testing uou them, home near Mt. Hebron nfter n liu- - K0,,,'"' P'"1"'' which carries no Mnall amount of Clerk W .0. Speed. Judgo I'm yen r and his friends jieiiug illness of typhoid fever. The ination, nnd HustonvHIe, No. 3 Turners ville. MRS. S. C. TRUEHEART inlLed of bringing n niauI.imus suit remains were interred nt IJuckcyc. always "Whereas, We see no Iojh.' of re- lesjionsibilily privileges Judge Chas. Carter. rcl;ing to couiel the election lief to tho people from, either the carry large iosponibilities, as they Sunday was the iirili birlhdav of Judge Dave Kennedy. to give him the election of- the popular lliristiau minister, K- Dies at Mont Eagle, Tenn., After A democratic or tho republican parties, now eipecttnl to have a voice in the election of school trustees in each Sheriff Leo Manning. ficers he wished, but llunlly decided lder F. M. Tinder nud the members of therefore, be. it Long Illness Beloved Here Clerk-Art- hur ! it Hills- -' This election will to do so. Ins congregatu.il "Kesolved That we heartily eii- - rural district. howed their high HustonvHIe, Ho. 4 McKinney. Mr. Ilurch niacin the following esteem for him by presenting him nud .Much icgret has b.eeu ilorse the action taken bv t ut Pro be held SaUrdny August .lid. from occasioned Judge It. S. Seudder. luti!inciit about the matter: ' his estiniuble wife a good sum of Mere by news of tho death of Mrs. gressives calliic a convention to bo ",le to. f've o'clock at the school Judge John Newell. Statement from Mr. lurch money in celegiulinii of their 2.".th in which C. Tnieheart, which took place held at Chicago on. Aug. 5th, 1912 ll0U-- -' "" ach Sheriff Ge... Lay. "A few days miicc, I icceivid iiiarriagc iiiuiivemnr.v. it her summer homo ut Mont Kagle, for the purpose of selecting candi- - I1"1' tvv,u "f ""' tnistee expires this ( lei k Chas. Hack. that objection was being Mr. Henry .Mix ire. has purchased "Vim., last Saturday. She had l.ieen dates for president nnd vice rresi- Waynesburg Na. I. inc fleers to conduct the cleo-j- ii innde to a few ofllecrs who had been an interest in the tlarrai.l Milling in ill health for mimic time. dent, and we I'lidursn the action tak- Judge Jns Reynolds. chosen in Lincoln county t conduct Co. He has been raaaeetetl .villi by the Progressives in calliuj tlic.'il" ft,v ,'1,0w by the voters at the Mrs T.u..lu.iq-- ( w(.s xcvediiily Judge C. A. Smith. the piimary election on Angus) .Id. the lit lit for some time acting us well known and belovtsl in Stnnford. district convention for this, tt ! "Pe'img of the polls. (This does . . ..A .. . . I.. .. Sheriff Logan Reynolds. ' 3fy opponent, Hon K. V. Ptiieyur, their b.x.kkper. Mr. Mooic is a Hie educated u largo number of the highth common school congressional district. at.1.1 nI'lMJ '" Clerk T. J. Huileson. j laboring under the uiLstakeu idea piogressivc business man Imv- - best people in this section. She Danville, Ky., to be Jield on August uistnets.) Waynesburg Ne. 2 King's Mt. All women over twenty-on- e that hrt would not be fairly dealt ing been in the mercantile business llmt came to Stanford years 1!'12, for the puiiK.se of select- with Judge- - Win. Johnson, with, made object ion to a number of at Paint Lick. iuisband, Pi of. William Tnieheart, '"W delegates to said Chieago cou- - of age who aie able to read nnd Judge Tom A ford. tluve ofboers without heing utile I l Mis mention. We lecomuien.l the follow. write and win. h.vc lesided in a F.thcl West will l'i'ni Jefferson countv. Dauobl. un.l . Sheriff Edmund Muiphv. give tho tenuous why they weie not leave sln.itl.v tor an cxlcnsivo out. he beenme bead of the old Stanford !. tor sixtv' days, us such delegates: H.I school "' Cleik S. ii. Chevolette.' salisfuetm'y to him. He uppoiirc.l ing to Washington City, Old Point Fcinnla College. Uo did not live long inuy vote at such election. K"t'. K. T. Lunsford, W. I.. ; Waynesburg No. 3 Highland Any woman who is eligible to vote befote Sheiitl MiiCtuty and deNew Yoik nud other inter- - "iul nfter his death she succeeded j J. " llonakcr, (leorge Young, Ju.lgo D. It. Adams. ,s ",so eligible to 'the office of manded that the election oomnus-sioueesling cities. him us hoad o the college, which J .W. Williams. Sidney Dunbar. S. J. I Judge A. 0. Fuulconer. U' called together stec. Women in rural dis-for the Miss KathJe.cn Waller cuterti.iiicd ' ! succes.sfnll conducted for niauv Hell, W. P. Kincaid. J. F. Smith, C. ! "el'ortl Sheriff Win. Butts. Not nt if fi o'clock dinner Fii.luy evening yearn. ..Afterward slio went to tho register. Tlmre purjio-- e of revising the. list. Tate, ( Caii'den, Jesse Price, tni',H ',0 M0, I""'" Cleik E. G. niiugh. j reciting any satisfaction, be .l for Miss F.dnn Knvanaughs guests, Afillcmburg Female John I). Iliutoii, John X. Menefee, !,,re m""-- xvolm'ii Hiroughoiit Lincoln Shu (hnt ii uiondomus would t llie Jlisses Walker ,ot Kichmon.l. I.ccauic one l Hie most prominent Jr., Henry Kvan, lieu Jones, (lco. j uo""'' w''" would muke splendid Revenues Do Not Meet Expenses trustees, an.I wonderfully to force nmtlciv to a cnuclii-.-to- n Y. Cniig, mid John King. (Ihe last plll'ol Mr. and Mm. Frank II. Mnrksbury voinen educators 111 the state-.,. i fn voluble to himself, but eviimprove the tone ot the rural school.. Her husband wns a brother of four lieing colon'd men.) .i .i.ilv .... L'l.ItU i,- ic making p.vparali .ns to move t .... ,. . 1. .1101 uem, you me given a chance dently uhauiloiicd it nfior seeing his the home they purchased of Mr. Silas Miss Florence Tnieheart, "Wu further rcioninicn.l that a nud Examiner (loodpastor this sjctor of n la. t..r in improv- - has filed with tho governor suit could not be successfully- v. Moss, on Panvillo. sticct. Thev city. No childien wcie bom lo their ounty committee bo selected com- now to reports wg Iho rdiirntmua! advantages ..r ,.!( tlu insK..ction hu h.i have made a number of Improve- - union. Mm. Tnieheart was tin earn-incu- ts posed of the following persons: W. made ..r "Having uveiv iciisou to believe step for- - ibe olllccs of tho uuditor, secretarv to the house since buying ii. est mcmticr of tbo Methodist chmch P. Kincaid, S. C. Ljons, C. K. Talc, your clul.lrcii. will you thnt tho election commissioners ot Miss Letty Mao McKoborts and and for 11 number of yearn had been W. L. Cordior, E. D. Shadoan, J. It. vwtt.l and with womanly grace nnd of tute and clerk of tho court oV to,lc county urn eminently fair, 1 guest, Miss Marshal! Cole, of North the Oeneinl SecieUiy of the Wonu Honuker, II. S. Co.v, Isaac Terry, gratitude, take up this new rosponsi- - appeals for the fiscal vear just end- did not, nor do 1 intend tiling a list Carolina, were in Lexington Thurs- - en's Hoard of Foioign Missions, J.e Phelps, (leoivc Young, A. II. r11.1! n"1 ,lis,'I""-- l ,mr l,,.v " ''' The 011 the audiloi's of- of election nfllei'i'H there, being con- day nud entertained ut a hnudsame Long, Henry Catron un.l Gustnvc fuithfully, that the men will have fl.e shows that tho icveiute of the The lvmiiius of this good nnd ical In uccept whatever representa a't the homo of Miss Mar- - ble woman wen taken back to Vir-Ili- a fleiszl, un.l that they oiganio tho tresh inspiration, and new c.uuige, stale wc.c not sufficient lo meet the , expenditures us tion, if uuy, that tdiould be uccoid-- d Laud, the honor guest being the ginin and laid to rest licsidu her count.v in such wuy ns they sco fit." lo undertake belter things for Iheie is a dellcit for nie. In Inking Iho chairmaiishiji of the schools of Lincoln. nttractive North Carolinian. husbiiud. yi.r f irIO.(!8r.08. The tt'tul Let every woman who reads IhU, nmounl of revenue icceive.l for the "In Lincoln comity, there uro convention, Hon. Ii. II. King 'thank-th- o please leiuiud every three candidates for Circuit Clerk, HustonvHIe lays Having Big Year b.r wvinaii fiscal uar is .i7,2S0,185.(i(l and thu Hot Race tor School Trustee convention heaitiiy for tho honor mid nine for Magistrate. Can it be Harry Cauuiits won nnoiltw guino An interesting race for cliool of being made the cliainiiau of tho that Saturday Aug. 3rd, i, u great lofal epen.Iit.iics 7.772I,172.7J, leiiKonablv expected that nil of for Lexington Sunday, holding Mt. trustee is 011 in the liowcu district. first Piogressivc convention in Lin- day in our history, un.l let us ench leaving u dellcit of .fU0.CS7.DS. At Indilterence is iiuhecouiiii; their iutuicxts nud many of the fiteiling to four hits. This boy is John F. Riism'II who has held the coln tenuity, Ho suid that he had vole. the cl.i. of Ihe llscnl year, Juno 110, uhom they have designated, sure to land in 11 bigger league next place for seveial tonus is a candid-al- e been u 'uembcr of the icpublicaii in a great cause like education. I'.lll lln'ie wns 11 dellcit against Ihe Youm for better schools. bo set Mside in order thut Mr. season. Tho Cumuitz boys ani starbut the friends party since the war, and that it hud for stale of JrViOO.887.1.'?, mo.t of this MRS. J. J. DICKKY. unfounded fear of unfair ring this season, us Howard is the of Charles T. Sandidgo have brought done gienl things for the country, debt, however, having been inherit.'.! treatment be relieved I most reliable winner on the staff of him out, nnd say that ho in a sure but the time had come, it seemed, fimii Ihe pievioiis a.liiihiUliali.ni. "While did not prooc to bo tho Pitlburg national league team, winner. Never loavo homo on a ioutnev when the common copl were hope IL linHIlt if WdUIMWIIUIII., coeiced into tecommeiidiug u change Yiiiidn l.eo Hums, 20 yours old, a lessly engulfed in Ihe toils of thu Without SiuiihiH rciiuiie careful treatuiunt. " w.w Wfc I 'linmluilfi:.,' uw Mr. l'uryenr did not comply with Tho republican candidate for gov. steiiogiapber, fell through a skylight bosses ,and the time had come for Lolic. Cholom nnd Umrrhoen Reinc-- J Keep 'inlet nnd apnlv Chnmberlaia's the law in his recotumeiidiitionh to ernor of Ohio has withdrawn. in tho roof of the First Christian the common people to take things t.y. ii is inmost coriiun to tie nee.l- - i.imiue'il Inclv. II will reiupvo the od nnd cannot be oii'soivncs and restore tho the election commissioners in those The Mikudo or Emperor of Japuu church ut Louisville nnd was in- - into their own hands. He declared board the cars or obtained when F... steamship-,- . he illhv condition. i.nU l. For precincts where he nllcgea he hits n.i died Monday. stnntly killed. thut under the control of Ihe bosses snle bv 0. K Penny. -- rile bv H. I.. IVnnv. -Mc-Cart- y, 1 teprenentatiou, I xlato hero nud now LANCASTER FAIR HAS A PR08RESSIVE REPUILICANS ivy wiIhngncM and am nuthorUcd to RIG DAY ON FRIDAY FORM NEW PARTY slate Mr. HelmV willingneHi also, to well Agrees la Any Changes Dc strike out the mime, of any olllccr, if If Crewd Present To See RWjots Prefliinent Citizens Fwni In Oraani-zatle- n Mr. l'urycnr will in writing, ulnto tJretl but Asks Him te State TkMl Lhtcerffl Ywin8ter Sec- ( Reesevelt Fallewers Jeeiliciilly who U object ionahlo to Whs is Objectionable bikI In laby Rrflf Reselutiens Adapted him, nud, ns the law jrrovides, show eaiisc for lii removal. I raako this Accompanied by Attorneys I.ee, offer from n nvnue of fnirncsH. The new Kepublicnn Progressive I.ancnslcr, July i!0. The Henry Jnoksou nml Chnmiurt lln law assigns ns cause for tho Tbo ItiiiifiiMlcr Fair for 111 12 elon- - party had it" formal birth in Lin- propo-titiogiiely, Judge Emmet t Piiryonr, of I make. If my opponent can id in n blare of glory, with n splencoin CnUUtV KutimlilV llfl..n.n.m. Dnnville, cnndidntc for Hip demo- ask for a fairer prnjiositioii, I dinll did crowd present Inst Friday, when about one hundred men who cratic nnminiilinii for Common-wealth- 's PIMYEAI! WANTS ELECTION OFFICERS HERE CHANGED iUV- ,, .,,, - ., ... . ,. ,., -t, 1 ,! Johu-.onere- te - -- -- Mrs. n, com-jws- cd P. Kicho-tiiiuntiu- X aiid-ovc- ltj " ..v-iii- u f Sw-o- o- Tri-coun- 1 lt tt. y at au 1- one-fourt- cftm-iii--i- '. sub-dUlri- hers, 1 Vir-'iui- n. sub-distri- ct il, rs 'r inti-unle- v . 11 . 1 main-taine- il. bis-om- c -- Tl ,, iv I'ur-vear- 'h 1 nii-U- 1 lfVT' THE INTERIOR JOURMAL, STANFORD, KENTUCKY. FRIDAY. JULY M, 1912 SUMNER Suits What we mean by SUMMER Suits are hot weather suits proper. Unlined Mohairs and Serges The time was when unlined coats had built-ushoulders (and no shape-n- o some clothiers we know sell that kind still) but our Mohair and Serge Coats, while the body is UNLINED, making it LIGHT and COOL, the shoulders are built up with that same care and graceful, shapely proportions as are our heavy, full tailored suits. p They tore light They are comfortable They are built LIKE CLOTHES trrrrd$io, $12.50, $15, $20 100 pair light weight summer trousers, every pair new, every pair a good pattern, made in 1912. See them in our windows; original price $3.50 to $7.50 the pair, reduced $1.50 to $2.50 each. H. J. McROBERTS Stanford, Kentucky DEPOSIT BANK OF STANFORD, chartered March 9, 1854. It's successor: National Bank of Stanford, organized June 2, 1865. Recognized as First National Bank OCTOBER 3, 1882. ' This Bank has been in successful and uninterrupted operation for 58 years, and Is worthy of the confidence of of .the Open an account with us today. public. To (he Ladies. Von will need n Lost. Holwccn B. A. Lynn's nml tell how she did no: "f wn both Pleasant Point. nml bad to go Stanford or in Stanford n solid gold licnlcn biscuit ranchino tomnko your ered with my kidneys Stnll U Buffering pain- nearly double. I tried n sninplp ol I watch pin set with little pcnrl. He- - biend and biscuit for the fair. Let Mrs. fully fnur u broken hip ftutninel by Foley Kidncv Pill nml they did me and rccehe re-- J me order one for on nt $13, $10 and so much good that I bought n bottle, turn to this offreo n full. OH-- .. i iiiw, .m. .uiii:k iirucc. feel that they saved me a big Jolntniu Singleton Imujilil if (.'. and Shugnrs and Tinner. doctor's bill. Jeffrey n luic fur $811. (lilliliml mid Mr. nml Mm. V. L I Sheriff's Sale. il pretty daughter, Vcrn Noel, of King's Ity irtuc of execution No. CM Mountain fju'iu .Sunday with J. T. THE POWER OF which issued frjm frown nml family. Quite a number directed to mo, of unr boys and prls attended the the Clctk'u office of the Lincoln cirnt Mt. Moriali Suuiln) cuit coin I, in favor of I). A. l'utilt, Milling taught by Mr. Tom Meltoe, of High- against A. 0. Cokcr. I, or one uf land. Mr. Mrllee is mi able instruc- my deputies, will, on Monday, the tor and we hope to git a elnxi f.ir 101'J, between Corn 12th dav of August him nt tin plaeo soon. Mi o'clock 1. M. nml Alfoid entertained' quite it number the hours .of one two o'clock P. M. nt the coutt house of friend Monday exening. ,ou can't tell a good man by hit clothes, .weic cened mid all door in Stanford county of Lincoln. ou can't tell a good book by the cover. se'eined to enjoy the evening ami Ky., expose to public tnle to the ou can't tell a good cigar by the wrapper. went away feeling that itvn good liiilict bidder, the following to lmc been theie. Neither can you tell (or so much thereof as may be Mi Stella Wall, who has been satisfy the nmoinit of to r with Mm. A. G. Dunlup for several nccessaiy 1JU.. tU Plaintiff's debt, interest, r.r..S. week ha retained home. t: costs,) But you can tell good candy by the name it bears Mr. Jaine Cannon, a nephew of A reituin tract or parcel laud in UeV. (ieorue Cannon, of thi plarc i or what is back of the box. Iincoln county Ky., on the head spending a few days wblli relative! waters of South Fork, nml niljoining Ahl'oid Oiiffin, who lmJjunl ty- the lands of Pnvctt, on the eat and phoid fever, u impi oviug hi mimy north, and on the west by the land N frieniN nre glad to know. Oar of James Stall, south by tho lands school began July the Hth and i of Nub Jenkins, and contniniim Means to Candy just what Sterling means to progieing nicely with 1'iof. A. II. twelve (12) ncics. Tho amount of Long, a tearher. I'rof. Long is one this execution is as follows: PrinSilver. of the finet teachei in the state ciple f200, (tw.) hundred dollars) and we feel honored in getting such wili intcicst 0 per cent from 10, iluj an able iutiuctor. February 1010 until paid nlo the Mr. Squire Oviffiu who bus been sum of eleven dollnis and fifty with hi fiend mid lelntives for u cents, (:;l 1.50) cost expended, and few week bus relumed to his home the further cost of this action leyieil at Independence, W. Vn. Mr. Oiif-ff- ji upon ns the property of A. O. Cokcr. TF.HMS: Sale will be made on n foniicrly lived here and hi many, ft lend legtettetl veiy much to see iiedit of three months bond with approved security required, beating inhim lenw. 0 per cent, per Mv. Oinel Heck, who hu n paying terest at the rate of mid having MiHitiuit at Tenu., is annum from date of sale, the force and effect of n sales bond, spending a few days with hi par1012. ents on Unci: Creek. We are ntraid tlfls 20th, dav of July 00-this 20M. day of July 1012. we will Ioe one of our m.)t charmSheriff. W. L. McCARTY, ing young ladie as he makes hi-- , uppemauce at l'leii-m- it l'oitit qute Commissioner's Sale. often. Mens' $4 Oxfords now . . . .$325 M. C. Delk, Adm'r etc., Plnintiffs, Mens $3.75 Oxfords now . . $3.00 Brodhead. vs George Este etc., DelVmlnnt. Mens' $3.50 Oxfords now . . $235 Notice of Sale. M Itlanche Crawford, nf Mt. Mens' $3 Oxfords now $2.35 Vernon, wa down Sunday. Pursuant to n judgment of sale Ladies' $3 Oxfords now $2.35 and John Fih were heretofore rendered in the nboe Ladies' $2.50 Oxfords now $2.00 styled cnuse, the undersigned will vin over from l!uckee Iat week. Ladirs' $2 Oxfords now $1.65 Mr. Kobert Wilmott. of Nei'tou, Monday, (County Court Day,) Aug. Ladies' $1.50 Oxfords now $1.20 is viiliiiL Mr. M. S. Wilmott iztn, I9iz Plenty of time to wear them flet a pair for the Fair. Mr. and Mr. II. K. Cliritie and lot nbout one o'clock, P. M., in front Mie Kln.iia Frith and I'eail Ilirl of the court liouo door in Stanford, Ky., offer for sale at public outcry niv iiliii'.' in Corbiu. Tilman Gilpin. Mr. and Mr. Cheek on a credit f six muuths, to the between highest and best bidder, the followwete up from I.ouiville, : it Hazel Albright ing described real etate, Irai'i Sunday. Mi A tract of land on the waters of ha returned home after viit?ng in Green liver in Lincoln county, Ky.. Allniisvillo tro several week. .Mi Carrie Frith is ill with fever bounded on the noith by the lands of Enoch Harnett, on the east by the at her home near Hum Sulphur. the Mic Harvey Dunn and Louis lands of Worth McWhorter, on the south by Green river, and on NVvius, of Danville, itie the guc-t- s west by the lands of Dr. Wesley, of Mis Ett.1 Fiith. containing 27 4 acres of lnml, more or less. Bee Lick. TERMS: Said property will be Jtev. I)." IS. Oeiilry, filled hi re sold on a credit of six months, mul gular appointment at Pot lid Suuihi.v, tho purchaser will bo lequired to Mr. David ProcTor, is better nt execute bond for tho purchae prtye this writ itur. with approved personal security, Mr Scirtt has a raw of paynblo to the undersigned, bearing mump. tix per cent interest from date of .Mr. (i. W. Taylor U viitimr hi sale, with lien retained on the land r. daughter Mi Allie Poster at to secure the payment thereof, the same having the force and effect Mi1- - l.ula llaty. of 'Quail. iitid of n judgment. Air. mid Mrs. F.lbcit Ktv Saturday This July 22nd, 1912. night ami Sunday. George D. Florence. Special Commissioner, L. C. C. Help to Keep Down Expenses T. J. Hill. Atty. for Plff.. Mm. J. V.. Henry. Akron. Mich.. f.n-,ri!J-- J. -A Name w - , GOOD CANOY NUN ALL Y'S At PENNY'S, The Rexall Store. Price Reductions lc, We have reduced the price on all Men's, Ladies' and Children's Oxfords Mer. Jee W.E. PERKINS to-w- Crab Orchard, Ky Have You Been to Our Big 3-- Carnival .l-- lin Sale I.a:i-enste- 3. The Farmer's Friends Superior and Peoria Grain Drills Call and see the new stock Don't Miss This Sale Closes Aug, 5th. Hughes, Martin & Co. Stanford. Ky. f Hot Weather over 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. I tWt il r) 'mtmr4 mi RMeVVBmWaVm mv n & W.RHiggins Stanford, Ky. as a depositor, and lias the encouragement which an always conservative bank may give the small but growing business. $180,000 Capital Surplus $180,100 Are not necessarily reserved for big depositors. The small man in business is welcomed at this bunk Our bill sale at Last butwewill is eBBBBikBK - t fl j 'sw BBBV kjjaLJk. i mmWfT BBBLVkfe ErwZrmKl HfiLf J Tit I LHkBHJ T '8Si fsSKPt' aIbHbbH B BW tmmJMTitf'i' jSbWimBBBBBBM ' LOANS Lincoln ounty National Bank Corner Next to Courthouse. Sam Robinson Stanford, Kentucky Stanford. Ky. ' day after day, yet the sun cannot fade JT Its colors are everlasting proof against (RDLORFAST both fading and water. No guessing about GUARANTEED instead. This is only one of its many advantages over other mattings. It has no odor at all, can be sewed like any carpet, dkt 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 ami tell you more about this unusual d fleer wring when you're ready. Why net L L SANDERS. CRAI ORCHARD. KY. this-posit- You can leave your windows open and the shades up) "JUST THINK OF IT I" ively "BEMr low-price- to-da- y? v '"". J&.1 ' THE INTERIOR JOURNAL, STANFirrf, KENTUCKY. TUESDAY, JULY 31, 1112. Hit LamHtWs AtMW Bed Boom Suites Odd Dressers Odd Beds Odd Wash Stands Springs, Mattresses Dining Tables Parlor Tables Rockers, Obairs, Wall Paper Carpets Mattings Rugs Druggets, Lace Curtains Shades, Pictures Trunks, Sewing Machines PrekflWy HvM Hit Lift ot THE PROOF omPUDDING ejmHijWi I tevt f M4 tWfl tffttff! I feci Hint Dr. Kilmer1! Swamp-RoI Inherited saved my life. weak kidneys. The discharge was to frequent mid painful that 1 would have to stay in bed to obtain tern pornry relief. I consulted Rood phy slcians but tlio results were- disappointing. Sly landlady advised me ns tlio last reto try Swamp-Hosort, which I did and I was quickly relieved. 8wnmp-ItoI continued tnking and my ncipht hits increased fifty pound. My health is of the host and 1 have told many others' about and have Dr. Kilmers' Swnmp-Kodono n lot of Rood in this way. Your wonderful medicino is of great value to mankind. Yours very truly, J. II. BKUXI1Y, 8H.) Main St. Z'awtuckct. It. I. The nhove slnlciiiviit made before me 1 dcelaro to bo truthful in over, detail. Thomas Mnrndcn, Notary l'ublic. . ot ot ot 9W to, ffiftm, vfcM. ef MMutitl rir II ll ttM ktft hmn tof ft,fcpt 9ur a roof, udftI!.Mt4l tM mlto rortM mM wnM mi Mm fcMi la tu ittft yMf. 11 if mim tht vmtj tgoa tiwfitra iwrsiww itniir. HET"- mr sEATiNJBl IS IN THE I THE KINGDOM A PRIZE. Matthw xlli, 4453 Auj. 4. Kingdom tf Oo.l anil lilt "Berk r flrtl ' rlohttnutniii, and oil thru thine) thell be nddfl unto you."Utllht tf, 3t. we Imve fnrtlier precious losionn from the Great Teacher rconectlnK His Kingdom. The pnrnblo of tho "Trcauro hid In tho Field- - N not one of the parables which Jesus expounded. Ills people, therefore, nro left to cxcrcloo their Judsment of Its mesnlnff. under tho RUlitance of the Holy Spirit and the light ihed upon It by other Scriptures. Indeed, there might be more than one application of It. Hut our preference of thought Is that the Great Teacher referred, not c (o Himself, but to Hy n 1 1 Or. Kilmer & Co.. Blnqhamton, N. Y. letter to What WATribble HONESTLY &SJ. Prove Swamp-Ro- ot Will Do For Vnn Send to Dr. Kilmer Its the Best Policy hnmlon, N. i., for sample bottle. It will convince nnyonc. You will nlso icoeive a booklet of vnlunlilc infor-tu- n lion, telling nil about the kidneys When writing, bo sure ii ml hlnddcr. mention the Stnnford Interior t Journnl, Semi-Weekl- y. k Co., Hinp- - Hit KluiMiim was al nf nrr I ready pnmilxeil to WilT I Him. nud He, In K1 H3 V TJICVwnmoe turn. In the I'n ccvimct JKVTUWrUTANB RIGHT tOWNEJS ther's iinmc. wiik ItivllTiiB tliouc who ans r.irvcGca rum MOVE 1,1. hnd cars to hear, and lionrt I" to memliers of His Kingdom clan. IIo rccommendx that thcKo should view the Kingdom after the lllutrn-tio- Itrtk tlrtt the King, of this pnrn-tile- . ilnm ami itw light n u (!. lrtue of llioc mIioiii lie III own cove-nn- if written by FISH & BROMLEY The Insurance Specialists Stanford, Kentucky i Promptly ! 100c on the Dollar Legal Rates Bargain. Abo'it 7 12 nore- of good lnnd in n hfch state of cultivation located in the heart of the town of Stanford, Ky., 3 loom residence, hnlU, eoncrctc basement. 12 room tenant houe nud all necessary outbuilA splendid ding. proposition for you fanners who want to inovo to town. If you want it net quick. For particulars see Ht'GIIES & McCAUTY, Stnnford, Ky. A - PiWil-o'- DANGER IN DELAY Kidney Diseases Are Too Danqerous For Stanford People to Neqlect , liv, " r. , ,ont BVJt . f m C'A'lfc T . CTVi ,,i 4V w.v i M""aVaaaaaaaamaKBaaVaaVaaaawV Sanety Fruit Jars Sanicap Tops Please try this jar. It will meet your approval. Extra wide mouth and sanitary. AwrfWfrtjt nenr in tttvk. insist on hit gtttmt Ihtm old-style for iv;. i Mason jars. Also, ask for Sanicap Tops for your They are cleaner and more sanitary. Your Grocer Can Get These Jars Thro' Curry, Brown & Snyder, Lex. great danger of kidney is that they so often get a firm hold bclorc the sufferer recognizes then. Health will bo irrudimlly uu headache, IJnckacbe, del mined.' lameness, soreness nervousness, luiubno, miliary troubles, dropsy travel and llrtehts disease may fol low ns tho kidnevs eet worse. Don't ncclcct vour kidnevs. Help the kid nevs with Doan's Kidney Pills, which strongly recommended right ire hern in Stnnford. Dawson Harncttc, Rowland, St Stanford. Ky., says: "Some timo ago I luul n severe full and this together with tho jnrnng to winch I nm subject ut niv work, brought on kidrey trouble. For several days I could hardly get about on account of the terrible pains in my back. A also noticed that the passages of the kidney secretions wcro irregular, cs Dccinlly at night. I decided to cure inv tioublo before it became chronio and cs I knew Doan's Kidney Pills to be good for such complaints, I be enu their use. Ilcfore 1 had finish ed tho box, I was entirely cured and hnvc had no kidney troublo since." For sale bv all dealers. Prico 50 Co., Buffalo, cents. Foster-llilbur- n N'ew York, solo agents for the Unit ed States. llcracraber tho numo Doan's and tnke no other. Tho Charlie Whitemoon, the Cowboy Herbalist. Mg?3gtfvq taaaaai Who-- e wonderful Hoot & Ilerb medicines hnvo been making such won-- " dcrful cures for yenrs past in Kentucky, extends greetings to the readers ofThe Interior Journal, through the courtesy & splendid rates off by its editor. The name of my great universal remedy, is r-- ed COM-CEL-S- AR. composed of Roots & Herbs. It i an ideal spring & fall tonic, stomach, liver, kidney, blndder & blood remedy. is a body & iiervo builder of great merit & should be used both spring & fall for putting the blood & general system in fiife condition to meet tho ucces-tar- y changes inking place nt those seasons. is sold nfnll drug stores, tho' tomo times, yon find a druggist who for somo renson will not handle my remedies. In that case, 1 will, on receipt of tho prico EBuilaauBYaBm I HHBa of send it postage paid any place on earth. is packiMiBBmLBBjBLBna' aaTA VL ed & backed by n legnl guarantee that pets back your dollar if fails to do what you buy it for. Call for nlso for Science Sope which is mnd0 of pur0 vegetable oils Charlie White-Moon- 's for Human skin Only, IOC a bar, 3 for 25c & money back if you don't happen to like it. My yenrs of experience ns a cowboy & among tho Indians, give fitness''& knowledgo of tho value of Roots & Herbs ns medicines, & I would like to send every me n peculiar render of this paper & any friends of yours, a copy of tho gientest book of its kind ever published, entitlIt is filled with 6tnrtling facts obtninnblo no plnco else, & costs you nothing ed, "The Cowboy Herbalist". I will but n post card, & if you want n fine enkmlur, soy so &round-up- mail you otio for 1912, lithographed in fivo a. fine likeness of myself, entitled "Ready for the colors, All letters cheerfully answered, information given relative to Roots e Herbs as medicines. Catholie Protestant, Read Your Bible Erekiat 47:12. Ecclesinstes 30: 14, 15, 10, 17,,'nlso Chapter 38; v 4, 0, 0, or 103:14.-Write 15. St. Paul to the Romans, 14:2. Wisdom of Solomon 7:17.20. Revelations 22:2 Psalm tbese'mses down, then rend them. The Bible says "Physician Heal Thyself" & so, if modern doctors with mercury & other poisons can't heal themselves, what chances hav0 YU to be curedt Yours for a long, clenn. healthy & successful life. W. 1 read way, Louisville, Ky. CHARLIE WHITE-MOOinformation, book or cnlendar,address Dept. 7. If you write for 1G Com-Cel-S- ar Com-Cel'S- ar Com-Cel-S- ar Com-Cel-S- ar HMwM Com-Cel-S- ". N, Jotirncyliii; they mr n Held for a cone salo nt n certain price, mid Mippopc, FULL IN upon cxnuiliintloit. tlicy found It to STOCK AND contain n (rreat treasure. The trens-ur- o ON mlsht consist of very excellent SEE soil, especially nutted to their purpose, AND US or of a valuable vein of precious metal, centuries ago and or of money forgotten, and not belonging to the Jr. A. .McLaughlin, 312 Jay owner of the Sold more than to others St., LnCios-"- , VR, writes thnt she who might Bnd It, In such n case any pains in her opo of ordinary Intelligence would bo suffered nil kinds of ' aV W' f everything that ho Imek mid hips on account of kidney willing to Invest ncqutre the, title. possessed to "I 'ot trouble and rheumatism. So tho Master declared to tboso who some of Foley Kidney Pills nml nt-fheard Htm then, and to us who re taking them for u few days there eclvo nis words now. that Ho has inTfcaaaaaijC" VrJaV to glvo respecting a Great wn a wonderful chnnse in my cae, formation Treasure, a Priceless Treasure, which for the pain entirely left my back and hiiis mid I nm thankful there is can bo obtained only by the expenditure of great energy ,and tho Invest- Mich 11 medicine as Foley Kidney ment of everything of value. Tho Pills." Shiiai-- , and Tanner. UNDERTAKER AND EMBALMLft Great Treasure la the slinro In the STANFORD KENTUCKY. Messianic Kingdom that by accepting Office Phene 167. Home Phone tho terras of dlsclplcshlp wo may become not only sons of God. but heirs of with Jesus Christ God and jolnt-hulr- s our Lord to nis heavenly Inheritance. A Pearl of Great Value. In tho days of our Savior pearls were if L O -amongst tho most precious of Jewels, iC Tahe and tho larger and more nearly perOno j fect tho pearl tho greater Its value. v Pain Pill, Tho Great Teacher used this familiar then matter as tho basis for a lesson on tho UNDERTAKERS AND NSS. jiV Tahe valuo of tho Kingdom. The Merchant AL80 DEALsuER IN FURNITURE, MAT. of tho Pnrnblo found n Pearl so TINGS, RUQ8. THEY WILL Easy. perior In every respect thnt ho considEXCHANGE FURNITURE ered It cheap to glvo everything that FOR ALL KINDS OF 8T0CK. be possessed to become Its owner. Head-OfGIVE THEM A CALL. PRICE This, snld tho Master, Illustrates tlio vnluo of tbo Kingdom, with Its glory, CONCRETING honor and Immortality, which I am Inviting an elect. We are in positio . to do all kinds Nothing; it Better than saintly llttlo flock of concreting, such as Block Work, to share with Me. Dr. Miles' Anti-Pai- n Pills Pavements, and in fact, we can mako Tboso who prlzo it anything from a house down to a properly will show 1 They Gire Relief Without fence post. Call and get our priced their appreciation ter-E- f Bad Af fecta. . before you buy your material at by the amount "It gives mc great pleasure to least. they will bo willoiler a word of recommendation ing to pay for PHILLIPS BROS.. Stanford. Ky. for Dr. Miles' Anti-1'.aTills, Whether a man bo as there arc thousands suffering wealthy or poor, unnecessarily from headache, i SPRING SUITING learned or Igno-ran- t. was afflicted intermittently for Influential or years with headache and after My new spring and summer samrl. 11....IM f... other remedies failed." I tried ples are now ready for your inspecmi irro.ur. mo. l otherwise, tho cost Dr. Miles' Anti-PaiPills. For of this Kingdom dcirablc. tion. They comprise the ' best on the past ten years I have carried oil. will be--hls Pearl the market. I can suit anyone as to them constantly with me, getting perTho wealthiest or most talented instant relief by using one or price who bad bis clotbes made, to son la the worid could not obtain a two on the approach of headache. order. A suit made to your mensuro shmo In that Kingdom If he kept back effective for neuThey are also is preferable to ready made clothes. ono atom of his possessions; the price ralgia, giving immediate relief." even of tho Kingdom is C. M. UKOW.V, Esthervillc, la. To have them made to measure unto death, and nothing less will For Sate by All Druggltts. doesn't cost any more than ready 25 Doses, 25 Cents. It Nor would any sncrlflco that made when quality and fit is conwo could make securo a aim re In this MILES MEDICAL CO., Elkhart, Ind. sidered. Come in and let mo take sacrl-flc- o Kingdom for us, except ns our your 'measure. should first be made acceptable H. C. Hupley, The Practical Tailor!in God's sight through tho precious merit of our Itedccmer's sacrifice. 'The ParabU of the Fieri Net. We aro not to think of tbo Kingdom as a net, hut that tho embryo Kingdom resembles a Ashing experience Fox-RidgeCowith a net, In which were gathered all kinds of fish. This is a pnrnblo of tho embryo Kingdom because It relates to u work dono In this Age, In connection with tho (hiding of tho "llttlo flock" who will coustltuto tlio Kingdom In glory. Tho Lord during this Ago has not been seeking all kinds of people. IIo has been calling, drawing especially, and denlltig with, only tho "elect," only tho salutly. Hut. incidentally, a variety of other Fox-Ridg- e. kinds of fish bavo gotten Into tho Gosworldly nmbltlons, pel Net, somo from fouio becnuso religious systems are n good matrimonial field, others becauso ef soclnl 'privileges and standing, oth-Ir- s been u to they would uo religion as l cloak for business enterprises, etc. Tho puroblo tells us that "when the net was full it was drawn nsboro" attf Then tbo Ashing tbo fish sorted. ceased. Who enn say that tho opportunity for entering tho "uU" ns ono of the true "fish" of tho kind thu Lord Is seeking may not bo nln -- t nt on end? 11 Who can say that tho Gospel Net, with Its full assortment of churchlanlty, of every style, will nnl soon Lo drawn aslioro that tho siiltnLlu. tbo elect, may be gathered Into tho Klogdoui? In wood ilnck, fflectnl ami Inrprctrd many tlmra.auMtatnlally Ironed, liamloriFlr and dural.ly palntrd and tl.e tlimxl pslua In rnnjtructlni- - every piece anil tart. Skrlne mrte from relentltlcally correct patterns In companr'a own foundtT end net on axlrn Willi cict "pitch and nailicr", undr IrnmenfehjrtraullcprrgMiire, THAT'S WHY "OLD HICKORY" ' hoid Rreme well and last no long. That'll why bur.dicde of thousand of waftnnurcra have already placed ttielr stamp if apprnral on tbem. and plttn Ihcm tbo blghrst reputation a waRoncin hare. That why you will be more than eatls- nea wnn 11 in etery respect. Tse call tftant te Iit set vine eatll ne lire trials! Its "CtO Nanr rtutTidirte u4 (urtiUee r tie KEMTUaT WACOH HTC CO(unrsenteJ) UibrUlr, tj. TIE TESTIMONY '"i'".fljof H aUulute blmt tlael i:r.,u:ilyof.ownrrs of "MB n.CU,V" iii la built In ty tbc teet Kon bulldrrt lobe found enrwhrre, nilng llin rholcf,t air ca,onrd thon-andt 1FST PirWtP or ,h nnrqnelril Qi . uy of the -- oto maoiy ut utttlcn ell over Hie 3ftnd lOireri of napm MtlMnc-tlnrepair ripe at only a fewecnti year slmoit nolhliig. TIP won le In, Itt record country n tkn JOT thrlr E. T PENCE, Stanford, Kentucky bin-le- d JIr. J. C. McClary 'aSL er 3.' J J.L.Beazley &Co t hi Me jl jS To f a Headache it m r iifc.M n al Prices better than right. We fork all our Coal YOU GET NO DUST. Now is the time to stock your winter supply of COAL. None J. H. Baughman Co. Phone Stanford, Kentucky. mw -- V--' TMf HtTKRHR mmAl, ITAHHIUpKHmWCI TyCttAY. JULY 31. 1112. Come To The Old Fashioned Country Fair Under the Auspice of DiademlLodge, No. 81, Knights of Pythias, at Stanford AUGUST 21, 22 and 23, 1912 4 For Catalogue and Particulars, write J. F. CUMMINS, Secretary. To The Voters of The Thirteenth Judicial District reports In order to contradict whoch aro being circulntcr detrimen- The SMELTON 1 Inferior Journal M. 8AUFLEY Proprietor IN ADVANCE A TEAR STRICTLY ttiirti, wr4 ai elut mU mtHtr. tit ptttsfUt tt Stutftri tt DEMOCRATIC TICKET For President: WOODROW WILSON For Vice President TIIOS. R. MARSHALL The tnaoaacemtBti in thu column tr. ox ctsdidttti (or offler, mbjtct to th. tetloa .( th. democratic primary: For Congrft 3. A. BULLIVAN, of Madlion HARVEY HELM, o( Lincoln , Political Announcements Ttr CtnmnwttUKt Mttntt tUKETT PURYEAR, of BojU W. 8. DUnCH, of Lincoln Tor Xtprtttntatirt VIROIL McUULLIN BATJOBIIAH X. B. W. OIVENS WEATHERFOBD. 1. 0. T. J. BILL Ttr County Juift 1. A. RICE M. F. NORTH Ttr CireuU CUrh 3. D. WEAKEN i a Ttr SH J. r. UOLDAM W. M. DUNCAN u ! . Ttr Jttor TEYTON PARR1SH GEORGE DEBORDE DINK FARMER WILLIAM H. HESTER W. A. CARBON J ) "' Ttr immr P. L. BECK. B. IL OWBN8 R H. BRONAUOU ' P. O. BANDIDQK J. IL BOONE W. T. GARNER LAFE MORGAN t Ttr ItaiUirati EUnjeti MagitttrUl dUtrttti 3. T. ROBERTS WILLIAM FIELDS J. D. EADS JOSEPH L. GOODE Butitet t RtpuilUtn primary Orckard UtgUUrM iitlHH W. B. BILLION JOHN KENNEDY In Craft The ElUabethtown News is making a strong claim for the honor of being the first paper in the state to advocate the nomination of for the presidency. It says that it first picked him in Jane, 1011 And asks who can beat that. Well, as wc have modestly declared before, the Interior Journal, we believe, was the first to champion his cattsc, and we can beat the News' first date On February 28, several months. we said that the excollege 1911, president would be the democrats, strongest candidate to fill the more exalted presidency, and declared ourbelves for liim. Come again, Col. Harry, or any of you original Wilson papers. Gov-Wils- Bro. E. R. Dillchny, Trcs. Dillehay ovenincr. A pxotrncted meeting began at thol J. B. Haggin, tho Lexington nnd Brick Co. Baptist church hero Monday evening New York multimillionaire, is ill Tho Richardson Store is being Rev. R. P. Chapin ,of Cincinnati, in Lexington hospital. Should ho preached at the Presbyterian church die, he would leave a young wife and treated to a fine cont of paint which i beins applied to its interior. Jot of money. here Sunday morning and evening. TWO PLEASING WIRES Junction City. There are said to be several "Hull Received Here MefffeyMernin iy Mooscrs" residing in this city. Mf. ami Mrs. Monefee Misses Hertlia and Ollic Looney, of Danville, are guests of Mrs. Jesso Mr. John N. Mcncfce, Sr., receivFigg. ed n couple of telegrams Monday Mr. A. D. C. Dinwiddic has moved morning, each of which made him the office from his ynrd and joined foel mighty good. One was from City. same to hi residence in Shelby Spokane, Washington, nnd told of Mrs. Mary Hundley and Miss Julia ihe birth of Iinogcne Gibson Oownu, Hundley, of Louisville, arc visiting to Mr. and Mrs. George Cowan, the the formers daughter, Mrs. Sarah mother having been the attractive Wright. Miss Lucilo Monefee beforo her Mrs. G. A. Falconer ,of Loxhigton, ntnrringe to Mr. Cowan. The other it visiting her sister, Mrs. E. B. wire said that Mr. Mcncfce'.s Sweeney. Judge E. It. Ritchio had won Miss Elizabeth Adams rctumed hit; light for the democratic nominaThursday to Mt. Vernon, after a tion for representative nt Mineral Well, Texas, in tho primary which visit tj Miss LaVinia McGmw. Mrs. Mnry E. Hankla and Miss was held Saturday. Judgo Ritchio Lucy Hankla were in Danville, Fri married Miss Annie Mencfee. He hns always been prominent in demday afternoon on business. Misses Elsie Alstott and Sara ocratic politics in tho Lono Stnr e, state, nnd has yet to lm defeated Richardson have returned from where they have been guests for office. of Mr. nnd Mrs. Claude Minor. Mrs. Mary E. Hankla and Mws Banking Reform Certain Lucy Hankla were in Danvillo Fri Ranking reform now seems ns day afternoon on business. Mired. Both of the great parties Mrs. Louis Kreiner nnd little son, have declared for it in their Nation Master Harlan, left Saturday for al platforms. This is due in a large Harrodsburg, where they will visit measure to the earnest nnd consci Mrs. Charles Geffingcr. Mr. and entious work of the National Citi Mrs. Mamie Dennis nnd Master zens League, whose Kentucky sec Kreiner are in Pari with her Charles tion has headquarters in the Equit father. Mr. N. Kreiner. able building, Louisville, nnd which Mr. and Mrs. L. T. Rankiu bavo has brought the matter home to the returned from a visit to his parents people and crystalized the sent! in Somerset. ment for tho adoption of a law Mrs. Jacob Clem is in Heyworth, which will take this country out of 111., visiting Mr. and Mrs. Frederick its unenviable position of being tho Gem. only one in the civilized world that The young gentlemen of this place from periodical panics, which will give a hop at Macenbce Hall suffers to wreck fortunes, throw millions of Wednesday evening, from 8:30 men out of work, and cause untold 1:30. Miss Kuy oRffering and want. Bankiug reMrs. Add Drowning nnd Browning, of Missouri, were recent form is purely a business uetion. guests of Mesdames R. II. McDonald There is no politics in it nnd it is hoped that our lawmakers will legisnnd James Clnrkson. Mr. and Mrs. William Armstrong, late on the subject with a patriotic Armstrong and Prof. desire to do the whole country a Lizzie Mi service. T. E. Clclland. of Parksville, attendlate ed the sale of the effects of the A TEXAS WONDER. . S. T. Armstrong. The Texas Wonder cures kidney bought of Moritz William Johnson Martin 40 acres of land on White and Madder troubles, removinglgrov el. cures diabetes, weak and lame Oak, paying $1,000 for same. Mr. and Mrs. W. G. Clarkon, of backs, rheumatism, and all irreguTenn., visited Mrs. larities of the kidneys and bladder Chattanooga, Alice Brownfield and Mrs. C. B. Rob- in both men and women. Regulates bladder troubles in hildren. If not inson Sunday. Mrs. Ethel Browning has Teturoed j old by your druggist, will be sent from Aliceton, bringing with her by mail on receipt of $1: One small Misses Lizzie nnd Lillian Robertson, bottle is two months' treatment, and seldom fails to perfect a cure. Send of that place. Fourteen couples from here at- for testimonials from Kentucky and tended the supper given by members other states. Dr. E. W. Hall, 2026 of tho Presbyterian church at Mrs. Olive street, St. Louis, Mo., Sold by D. N. Ewinps residence Saturday Shugars and Tanner. 3on-in-laPcr-ryvill- tal to the oharatcer of Emmctt candidate for Commonwealth's I'ur-yca- r, Attorne in this District, and to convert any "election day stories" which may be started lu injure Ms candi dacy, the undersigned citizcus of Boyle County, among whom he has lived, take pleasure in snying to the .ople of this District that Ms. l'nr-yea ober, mural and honorable gentleman, and will, wo believe, mnko this District a conscientious and capable prosecuting attorney. We havo known Mr. Puryear for a number of years and havo never oven heard of him being neensed of Ix'intj under tho influence of liquor. He is not that kind of man. Cecil V. Cook, Minister HaptNt church. J. P. Strothcr, Minister Methodist church. E. M. Strdtcr, MiuNtcr of Prcby-tcria- n church. Richard Gentry, Pres. Boyle Bnnk & Trust Co. Robt. Harding, Attorney at law. Geo. Lee, Farmer. J. II. Letcher, 1). I). S. C. R. McDowell, Attorney nt law. D. F. Logan, Livery and Stock. W. Lognn Wood, Chief of Police, Danville, Ky. Robt. J. Breckinridge, Attorney nt Law. E. B. Linney, Danville Postmaster. B. J. Durham, Merchant. J. IT. Baugbraan, Farmer. F. W. Hinitt, Pres. Central Uni versity. II. G. Sandifcr, Cashier Boyle Bank & Trust Co. J. Q. A. McIXowcll, Prexbyterinn Church. U. S. A. II. (X Garrison, Minister, Chris tinn Church. M. J. Farris, President Citizens Nn'tionnl Bank. C. P. Cecil. Sr., Farmers Nationnl Bnnk. Ike T. Lanier, Farmer. Vanco Rawson, M. D. C. N. Smith, Pres. Central Kentucky Carriage Co. J. R. Cowan, Physician. W. S. Glore, Pres. Danville Ice & nr j s., MM mi ML' w liralErV mm wmt VI UM V JtV&rer be written about yOU? Start a banlc account today YOUNG man, the world lies before you. You can be a millionaire just as well as the local man about wjiom the above was written. A bank account is the first step Start today. The smallest epening deposit is heartily welcomed at this bank. STATE BANK & TRUST CO., Capital $50,000. w. G. M. Surplus $500 J. Stanford, Ky. L l Mccarty, PENNY, . Pres. V. Pres. SALIN, Cashier. D. EADS, J. S. RICE, V. Pros. S. ALIERT PHILLIPS, BLUE GRASS FAIR 6 Big Days mI Nigks, Cnweiciig Monday, August 12th America's Greatest Horse Show $25,000 class SbJonJhJ display 5 Big SaUIe Htrse Stakes ii fteaius C6nl Co. G. W. Coulter, Judge County Court R. P. McGoodwin, Pres. Danville Lumber & Mfg. Co. John D. Jackson, M. D. Harry W. Wiseman, WeUh & Wiseman Co. II. B. Hnckcr, A. B. Robertson & RunBgaid Haness Races daily if every stick tf live Innes Band of America For catalogue or further information, address JOHN W. BAIN, Secretary, Lexington, Ky. See Big Floral Parade Itedurrd Sensational Free Acts Daily. The Greater Parker Shows. Hates on All IUada First Day .. m The Great Danville Fair August 7, 8 & 9 Side Attractions Galore I. M. DUNN, Secretary. . ..... was . Enlarged Floral Hall and Poultry Department. A'.Vi Finest Nerry Go-Rou- nd ?: ;: VTP'I vt A'.v: 'K'K mmti'f Big Premiums in all Departments and a Most Liberal and Interesting program throughout. : . : In the United States . .v With $750 Band. Danville, Kentucky. A'.Vi .v..: .Wi JSw i For Catalogs and Other Information, Address W. P. GIVENS, President, I. -- MM' .; j ;ii.r ': - iF I ( . t mht -- - STAWFIM, KtBTUCKV. TUE AY, JUIY 31, 1112. S Competent and Qualified To Discharge the Duties. t l' - VOTE FOR Democratic Nomination Circuit Court Clerk Primary SATURDAY, AUGUST 3, 1912. The directors of the K. of P. Fair Case, Luwrenccburg, Mis Thorpe, nre called to meet Thursday night. Ilnttie Rice nnd Klirabeth VermilMrs. Thompson, .Miss llcttio Perry lion, Danville, Misses Mary and hns returned been ming Mrs. from Lancaster, where she has lecn Mru. Krcd Mncr is quite ill 'it t J. r. Cook, of Lcxineton had on Elirabeth Givcns, Hubble, Miss Ruth visiting Miss Milium May Rohinsvn. Iiomo nt Gilbert' Creek. Covington, Miss Nell Dr. J. P. Ralley, Refractlmist, tho Cincinnati market Friday 80 Culbcreon, Mm. I). M. Wnlker, lint) been iiiitu Miss Dorothy Norton, of Louisvillu hogs raised on his Lincoln county Simpson, Somerset, Misses Laum ill for scvcrnl dnys. hns been the iccent isitor of Mrs. C. Elirubcth Carpenter, who has had 14 years' experience farm, weighing 223 pounds, which Carpenter, Hnjs Foftcr. Mr. Kiiliy Hmmio linn returned Kate Mai y Hanson, Mny North, Ella brought him $8Ao. This is tho top to her Inline nt New Cnstlo nfter n Miss Josephine Hajdeu, Paris, Harnctte, Illnnrlie Hunictte, Eliza correcting optic disorders and pat- - vri:e k0 init tvi lelntivf nml friend. this year on that mar- - Routt, Hettie Floyd. Isn Floyd, Sue is here isiting her .friends and Miss Clnmliii Knlon hns rctunieil Let. Thev wpre of the Hmnp Jiir Kter HiiupIiu), Minnie Houchir, , peefle . Miss Ollio lmldvviii, of Ir.im Iticlmiond. who has been Lulu Thacker, Maggie Stngg, Mary Mr. mid Mr--. W. T, Wool folk mid! ronlzed by more than 10,000 Stale Xnrmnl school. has rcluriied home nfter n daughters, of llranlsille will bc Stagg, Hcssio Riffc, Martha Tucker .fpHclnnies J. W. Lomr nml Leu iit to her sUter, Mrs. Will Shtuiks. me giiesiH in ner mini, .Mrs. .Manna In Kentucky, will be at the Veranda Right in your busiest season when Herla Je.iu Pen vj house, Lena Back, Stono were jrueittrt of Mrs. Hubert Miss Jemi Pnxtoti has returned Phillips Sunday. you hne the least time to spare you Sallic Ruck, Messrs, Heniy Uaugh-maHouse nt I.nnenster Inst week. homo nfter n visit to her grnudmotli-t-i- ', Hotel AUGUST 6 to 10, prepared to Tinner Cuipcnter, Joe Will Mr. T.J. Hill mid Miss Lue arc most likely to take diarrhoea Mrs. J. K. i!uc!c has returned to Mi. .Jwiiiitt Wi.liiiifi.n nt LanRoutt, King Cnrpentcr, Orcstus Mr. W. W. Smunlers mid Mis lose scvcinl days' time, unless (and her homo nt Gilbert' Creek nfter it caster. Lena Palmer took supper Sunday fit all eyes that will respond to light. .you have Chamberlain's Colic Cho- Floyd, John Hicks, Paul Willis, Juinit to Mrs. Jeio I). Wciircn. Judge Sterling Clriiues, of Cuero, lian Rifle, Dennis Spragciis, Algur night at the Crab Orchnrd Spring'. Mr. nml Mm. J. .S. ShiuikH nro lera nnd Diarrhoea Remedy at hand Tex., is hero isiting his brother, Mr. a specialty. . take a, dose on the first appearance Wcddle, Frances Wcntherford, Boyd Prescription work Mr. Kirhv Ilouroo nt New Cnrf-tl- e. W. P. (Jriuies nnd family. jWcnthcrford, Dunn Sandidgc, SylSHORT LOCAL NEWS Mr. and Mrs. Kevcrley Kout, vif of tho disease. For sale bv Pen- vester, Newton, Johnnio Newton, Glasses to suit your eyes and frames ny's Drug Store. Mr. nml Mrs. llrnry Ilnuford, o Louisville, arc tho guests o fhis par-o'lt- s, Ben Hardin Pruitt, Wnlter Moscr, SmciiiI 10 cent cigars at Penny's Giicngo mo tlio pirnta of her par-cuMr. nnd Mrs. Frank Kout. George Bnrnettc, Lucien Dunn, CarMr. mid Mrn. KoreMim Hcid. Mrs. Margaret Warner, of Indian-npolt- s, the RcmiII Stoic. made to harmonize with the features , A larg; crowd enjojed the picture lisle Jfjcrs, James Stephenson, Mrn. Mutiio Grinsleml, who lint Ind., is isitmg Mrs. T. D. show lust Friday mid Satin day Stoner Stephenson, Willie Stagg, oi-'.'- p Insure with the leadlnq Wen visiting Mr. J. V. Ireland, has l.'nno). of your face. nights. There were three reel-- , each Jnraes Hall, Willie Wilchcr, Clinton Fish Iremlev reoresent Mr nml Mrs. Abe LeveiiMiu, nnd returned to her homo nt IajiiUuIIc. night mid all good. Thu oiclicstra Bastin,.Lce Tuney. Mrs. Mollio Mnrlm hns retumed children, of Soiuersct, lmve Itccn re- then. All lines. cottage; good had several new piece- -, which added For Salt Inline after n )ilcnsnnt iit to cent piesti of Mr. nod Mrs. Sam 0IAT1 or Olio Crrr or Iolxdo. I bam; chicken house; garden", ieeT-a- l much to the show. Kichinond. Kobinsoii. friends nnd relntrves in Lcca Cocktt. f" fruit trees; possession Jan. 1st. Fmke 1. (."HtKiT lukra utli tut b k (ralor Miss Stella Itupley camo home Mrs. fl. L. Penny vient to Crab Co.. dolnc tartiur ot Um ana of r. J. chexst 01-- 2 John Rube Mnilowe, 19, while bvmUtfm tb el ind Springs Mondny to remain Tuesday from Ix'bannii, where she aforrMid. taand atr atld Tatodo. Oountr tha nut ltud Holderman. Orchard ftrm via Mr that mim of battling in the south fork of tho several dnys. rrrrr had been visiting her sister, Mrs. ONE of HUNDRED DOLLARSbe lor Mtb Md um ol no CUTtua that tuoot rand br Um J. C. McClary was in Cinciiinnti Cumberland river, was drowned last Dr. nnd Mrs. T. V. Pcnninjrton, 1!. It. llourigan. UiUl itT&Bmji UllU. FRANK CI1KXEY. pent Sundny nt Crab Orchard Miss Cnrolyno Dultose who hns Svora to before mo tad ruberrtbedI. In my pmeoec; last week where he placed an order week. He ventured too fnr out in for u handsome casket und flower deep water nnd being unable to How Mrs. Reed of Peoria, HL, Springs. been usiting Mr. mid Mrs. P. L. tha ttb, dr ot December. A. v.. iim.QIXH80.V. . -- . w swin, snk before his companions wagon. NOTAtT PCIUC. Mrs. Wallace, Wnlter hns return- Itruce, has returned to her home at J 1 f Escaped The Surcould come to his lcscue. CkUrrh Qua ! Ukra tattnultr ud in null npop ed hame nfter n visit to her mother Spring Hill Tennessee. toe blood end auraui lurtacea ot tbe dlrmir geon's Knife. Woman of the House. We have Send tor baUoKniAM. me. Mrs. Carey nt Kingsville. Mrs. husnn icnger, who hns been mum. r. 1. CHE.NEY CO. Toledo, a C. C. Ross, who, with his family, now on hand a lot of washing gas Sold br U DrotilrU. Tie. Miss Jennie Lawrence is the at Crab Orchard Springs for several POM far coarttpetloQ. moved from this place to HustonPeoria, 111. "I wish to let every cn week's Kiiet of her siitcr, Mrs. W. weeks came home Tuesday morning TUe 1UI11 rtmilr which we sell at three packages for ville some siv weeks tigo, writes know whatLydiaE. Pinkham'sVegetabU L. Gm.cli. for several dajs. A dark red steer, weighing about 10 cents. Penny's tbe Rexall Store. that he is delighted with his new Compound has done Mr. niul Mrs. J. Rnjmond Hnsel-de- 700 rounds, Mr. and Mrs. .lames A. Hcnzley left my place this week. for me. For twoyeara home and that it is the "biggest litdrove oer from Lancaster for n of Lancaster, Mrs. Charles Finder will plcnso notify Fox r. I suffered. The doc- Ye Olde Folkes' Concert, singers tle plaic" he ever saw. Somerset 1 tor said I had short time Sunday, nnd were the llurdettu and daughter, of Ilrokcn a tumor en costume, Tuesday evening, Aug. limes. ,7 ' guests of Mrs. Will Ilnys. and the only remedy Arrow, Oklnhomn, were with Mr. ' fi, nt opera house. Ghcn under auswas the surgeon's Mrs. Joe Lynn C.iffcy nnd hand and Mr,-- . IL I). Aldri.lRo Sundny. Mr. J. W. Rout was installed ns pices of joung Indies of Presbjtcr-ia- n Lincoln Girl Marries in West knife. My mother Miss Anna Miller Pejton is at 'V tome little son, William Shelby, of jrSchurch. Popular prices. Come Ruling Elder in the Presbyterian bought me Lydia E. News bus been leceived by her faIrnnkfort, nre the puests of Mr. llarhui this week the guest of Mr. (biirch ut C0-Pinkham s Vegetathe morning scrice on nnd help n good cause. ther, Mi. S. E. Owsley, of the Lee. MiddleshoiM nml Mr. Jneph Coffey. nnd Mrs. Virgil ble Compound, and July 28. Mr. W. P. Grimes was orpike, of the marriage on the MNh Anna I)nis McKobeits has Record. today I am a well and Rev. Geo. A. Joplin, Stnte Secre- 2(ith of June of Mrs. Louise Owsley dained and installed as Dencon at Mrs. Mary C. Wilmott, of Ilrod-heareturned from linenstcr, where she healthy woman. For Sunday Dodge, to Mr. Louis Colfax Conwell, the Mime service. A largo congre- tary, of the International hns been visiting relatives and months I suffered nnnouiices the mnrriugo f her pre-e- nt mid the new of- School Association will speak at the of Russell, Kuu-.i- s. The wedding from inflammation, and your Sanative friends. She will entertain n liouw daughter, Miss Mntryc. Oivcns, "to gation was welBaptist church Thurs- wns solemnized nt Nognles, Ari7ona, Wash relieved me. I am glad to tell 11 Hustonville cry cordial ficers were given Mr. Orval D. Simpson, of Rushville, party this week. wns preached by day evening at 8 o'clock. Every- where the bride hos made her home anyone what your medicines have done Misses Artie nnd Ida lluti'hiiis of Ind., to take place nt her home in come. The senium l.'ev. Dr. Homer McMillan, Home body invited to attend. for secral jears. They will make for me. You can use my Itestimonial in Cinciiinnti, mid Minnie Singleton, of Hrodlieiid the first week in Septem- Mis-iowill be glad any way you wish, and n Secretary of the Presbytheir future home at Russell, Kns. to answer letters." Mrs. Christina. Mt. Morinh hnve returned home nf- ber. terian church and a class-mal- e of My Sundny school class will give The many friends und relatives of Reed, 106 Mound St, Peoria, 111. Mis-o- s Allcne Pearec, Mary Rcid, ter a pleasant visit with Mis Kon-en- rl n silver tea from 4 to G and from the bride back in Kentucky will wish lliitehms. of this place. and Georgia McAfee, of Danville, nro the pator. Mrs. Lynch Also Avoided 0 to 10, in my yard Saturday, Aug. her nnd her husband every happiOperation. Mrs. W. II. O'llntinnn was railed to the attractive guehtH of Mrs. Clny Just leccived by express lino of 3. Tne money will go for missions. ness. Jessup, Pa. "After the birth of my Anderson. Ind.. Mondny nwrninp by and the Watson family this week. Nunnnlly's candies. Pcnnj's tho Mrs. W. D. Nave, Hustonville. fourth child, I had severe organic inflamthe illness of her siter, Mrs. Per-ri- Ml. Vernon Siijnnl. mation. I would have such terrible pains Mr. and Mrs. Powell Entertains. flray, yf Ft. Kexnll Store. Mr. and Mrs. J. II. G0-that did not seem as though I could Congressman Harvey Helm has On Tue-dMr. nnd Mrs. Charles Powell nnd Scott, Kansns, nro visiting Mr. nnd Rexall Store. evening last at their standitit. This kept up for three long appointed Arthur Johnson Frank, of beautiful country home neur Husof Danville, have Mrs. R. L. Ilrny, nt Wnbd, in Rockhnnds.ime hou. months, until two doctors decided that Ico cream supper in the Christian Danville, "to the naval nendemy at tonville, Mr. Mr. Ilrny is a Rockcastle been the recent guests of his hlhter, castle. and Mrs. Jnmes Powell an operation was needed. nt Hustonville, Wednes- Annapolis. " Then one of my friends recommended boy who hns made good, raidroading church yard delightfully entertained in honor of Mrs. W. 0. Withers. Ice Cream Social. Miss'Aria WrJRht nnd Misses Ro- in the west, having been there nine day evening beginning at 7 o'clock. their neice, Mihs Laura Riffc, of Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable ComThe Ladies' Missronnry Society CVivington. Mrs. Powell was assist- pound and after taking it for two months berta and Snnn Hlnin, of Huston- - j ears. k services at the Presby- of the Baptist chinch will have an ed in entertaining by 3Iises Eddie I wts a well woman." Mrs. JoSErU A. MiRS Sudio guest1 tile hnc been Miss Mnry flivens nnd her Lynch, Jcsrjp, Pa. KIHs. Mrs. A. 0. Holland, of Ithaca, X. V., terian church on Wednesday evening ico crenm social in the ynrd of the T. Carpenter ajul Anna Flojd and Women who suffer from female ills How can the Bnifti-- t church on next Saturday Aug little Miss Frames Depp presided at should try Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetato Miss Giens' home nt nt 730. Subject: D. MeCIuro nnd Miss Mrs. II. letiirned ble Compound, one of the most successof Howns. 111., nnd Miss Lydin Pittnlmiy, Ky., nfter spending the I.bler and Dtiieon Jfingnify Their Hid, from 4 to 0 P. M. Ico cream or the punch bowl. All the church officers' "heibert.with cake, 13 cent?. Come Lewis, of Danville are the guests of week end ns guests nt tho Middlo- - offices T Thoso present weie Mises Pnyne, ful remedies the world has ever known, nre requested to bo present. nil nnd help in n good cnue. boro Hotel. Record. Mrs. .Tnmes Cnsli, of Lexiiictou. Misses Morrow and before submitting to a surgical opera Lion. Jesse D. Wearen Kinglet .m, Perunal ind facial. of Ocoln, Kin., ImB V. 0. Withers. with upieiidieitis. Miss Virginin Ikinrne Is the guest of ilrs. Mellaril Cobb nt I)nnille. Miss Pnttio Alpom is isitmg Mis Ophelin Lnekey nt Crab Orchard. Mivs Jane Unnnnn has been ill for several dnys. The lluch Club will gie a tenuis party to thu visitors ou 1'riday ill Ilieh-moiid, County rfupt. continues quite Onrlntid Miss Mnrgnret Hopicr is attending thu Crab. Orchnrd Springs. Special Notice r i 'f fr n, Pit-ors.i- n, vis-itui- gr ts UU-'- J. J com-panl- I SAVED FROM AN OPERATION 2!i n, Dud-dcrn- VaKl; B it Rl 1. Lan-tii'-t- er d, SB n. 2. ay Mid-wee- Lu-ril- e, CAN YOU AFFORD TO MISS wll ra I THE BRODHEAD FAIR this year AUGUST 14, IS and 16. $1,500 Spent to Entertain You. . every move of the exhibition. Daily band concerts, morning and evening, by one of the best bands in Kentucky. HOAGLANDS HIPPODROME, and Wild West Shows. Roman Chariot Races, and other exciting races, given as free attractions. More good shows and places of entertainment than ever seen at a good clean Fair.- No gambling will be allowed. - "Air Ship" flights each day, the greatest novelty of the age, never before witnessed in this section of the country. It will actually occur come and see. The finest shade, a lovely grove, comfortable seats, in this excellent shade where you can witness r II ' w fl Reduced Rates on All Roads. Admission to Grounds Only 25c. THE INTEHWW JOURNAL STAMF1WO. The Old hc& Oaken Bucket s with Filled to the brim cold, clear purity no such water nowadays. Bring back the old days with a glass or bottle of It makes one think of everything that's pure and wholesome and delightful. Bright, spark ling, teeming with palate joy it's your soda fountain old oaken bucket. booklet, preC Our new of telling JT vindication nooga, for the asking. Cola-THE COCA-COL- Coca- at Chatta- Demand the Genuine at made by .Whenever vou ice an Arrow think of Coca-Co- CO GA. ATLANTA, J 'i IHJIfl I'.lft"! ..., 'lidBB CVmJJI -i Far Sain Rv PENNY'S DRUG STORE &-- sL HENRY L. CASEY. D. V. S. Veterinarian. Former Director Animal Industry EfVeter- Phillipine Islands. inarian U. 8. Army Office Logan's Stable, Phone 432, Agent American Hog Cholera Serum. Danville, Ky. E. D. Pennington, County Snpvyp Ky, General Farm Surveying 52.6m Phone 172, Stanford, When a New Perfection Comes in at the Door Heat and Dirt Fly Out at the Window. This Stove MvesTlmel would it mean to you to have heat, nd dirt banished from your kitchen this mmer to be free from the blazing raagc free from ashea and soot? "v Sat It saves Labor It saves Fuel cn.vh lou, himIw, tfuaam. Itaavea YOU MJ.wkM.2.JJr. tmmziiMmaaMMn NewPlerifectioit KEBB1 iuld H.M-tan- th Biwmglinlll. DU.or vnuiMil. cuUU which kititfdwsh ubind lop. lop HttlvCt, tOWtl fC ha AUdMkrtci ' ImIkw FrM Cook . Oil Gook-5taf-c hud, WU i lU New Perfect Oreo, Z It It Just U .w mo couplet 4 quick aad cootaac deviot on tha mulct too, lor wiiMng tad ironing. Nw Perfection btvrfyilev. Siv. Coek- - ftko enwa to uyoM adiM iumfta conratU- - (UiorI.S U Kaatatkr) .Ky4Urfw.Ky4Alht.C4ahldh.TUn4laiitwian) STANDARD OIL COMPANY But at that moment Louise routed from her ttupor to cough, and at the end ot the paroxysm, a Rosle laid her hack, exhausted, the knew ua. That was all Halsey wanted; to hint consciousness wsa recovery. He dropped on hla kneea bealde the bod, and tried to tell her he w all right, and we would brine her around In a' hurry, and how beautiful she looked only to break down utterly and have to "Young Walker, down In Casanova, atop. And at that I came to my has been attending them, t undertenses, and put him out. stand he Is going to'marry this young "Thla tnatantl" I ordered, aa ho hci lady." lUted. "And tend Itotle here." "You have been misinformed," I said stiffly. "Mies Armstrong Is goWhen the doctor from Englcwood the Catanora doctor, I)r. Walker, be- ing to marry my nephew" ing away had started for Sunnytlde, The doctor smiled as he picked up and I had got Thomas to stop trying the reins. "Young ladles are changeable these to explain what he did not understand himself, I had a long talk with the days." he said. "We thought tho wedding was to occur soon. Well. I will old man, and this la what 1 learned. On Saturday evening before, about stop In this 'afternoon to see how my ten o'clock, he had been reading In patient Is getting along." Some time about mum of that day, the sitting room downstair, when some one rapped at the door. The old Wednesday, Mrs. Ogden Fltzhugh teleman was alone, Warner not having phoned me. I hnve the barest acarrived, and at first bo was uncertain quaintance with her she managed to about opening the door. He did so be put on the governing board of thohome and ruins their dlOld finally, and was amazed at being confronted by Louise Armstrong. Thomas Vstlon by sending them Ice cream was an old family servant, having and cake on every Holiday ncyonu been with the present Mrs. Armstrong that, and her reputation at bridge, since she was a child, and he was which Is Insufferably bad she Is the He worst player nt the bridge club I overwhelmed at seeing Louise. saw that she was excited and tired, know little of .her. It was she who and ho drew her Into the sitting room hnrt fnken charce of Arnold Annand made her sit down. After a while strong's funeral, however, and I went he went to the house and brought at once to the telephone. "Yes," I said, "this Is Miss Innes" Mrs. Watson, and they talked until "Miss lnnes." she said olubly, "1 late. The old man said Louise was In trouble, and seemed frightened. Mrs. hnve Just received a very strange teleWatson made some tea and took it to gram from my cousin. Mrs. Armthe lodge, but Louise made them both strong. Her husband died yesterday promise to keep her presence a secret. In California and wait, I will read you tho message." She had not known that Sunnyslde was rented, and whatever her trouble I knew what was coming, and 1 was, this complicated things. She made up my mind at once. If Louisa eemed puzxled. Her, stepfather and Armstrong had a good and sufficient reason for leaving her people and her mother were still In California that was all she would say about coming home, a reason, moreover, them. Why she had run away no one that kept her from going at once to could imagine. Mr. Arnold Armstrong Mrs. Ogden ntghugh, and brought her was at the dreenwood club, and at last to the lodge at Sunnyslde Instead, it Thomas, not knowing what elsa to do, was notmy Intention to betray her went over there along the path. It Louise herself must notify her people. was almost midnight. Tart way over I do not Justify myself now, but remet Armstrong himself and member, 1 was in a peculiar position he brought him to the lodge. Mrs. Wat- toward the Armstrong family. I was son had gone to the house for Fomn connected most unpleasantly with a bed linen. It having been arranged coldblooded crime, and my niece and that under the circumstances Louise nephew were practically beggared, would be better at the lodge until either directly or Indirectly, through Armstrong and the head of the family. Arnold morning. Mrs. Fitrhugh had found the masLouise had a long conference, during which ho was heard to storm and be- sage. When he left It come very violent. "'Paul died yesterday. Heart dis was after two. He had gone up to ease.' " she read. "'Wire at once If the house Thomas did not know why Louise Is with you.' You see. Miss and at three o'clock he was shot at lnnes. Loulso must have started eist, the foot of the circular staircase. snd Fanny is alarmed aboat her" "Yes," I said. The following morning Louise had "Louise Is not here," Mrs. Fltzhugh been ill. She had asked for Arnold, and was told he had left town. went on. "nnd none of lier friends Thomas had not the moral courage to the few who are still fn town have tell her of the crime. She refused a seen her I called you becauso Sunny doctor, and shrank morbidly from hav- side was not rented when she went away, and Louise might have gone ing her presence known. Mrs. Wat-soand Thomas bad had their hands there." "I am sorcy, Mrs. Fltzhugh, but I full, nnd at last Rosle had been enlisted to help them. She carried nec- cannot help you," I said, and was Immediately filled with compunction. essary provisions little enough to the lodge, and helped to keep the Suppose Louise grew worse? Who was t to play Providence In this secret. Thomas told me quite frankly that case? The anxious mother certainly be had been anxious to keep Louise's had a right to know that her daughter presence" hidden for this reason: They was in good hands. 8o I broke in on bad all seen Arnold Armstrong that Mrs. Fltzhugh's voluble excuses for night, and he, himself, for one, was disturbing me. "Mrs. Fltzhugh," I said. "I was goknown to have had no very friendly feeling for the dead man. As to tho ing to let you think I knew nothing reason for Louise's flight from Cali- about Louise Armstrong, but I have fornia, or why she had not gone to changed my mind. Louise Is here, the Fitihugss', cr to some of her peo- with me." There was a. clatter of ple in town, he had no more Informa- ejaculations at the other end of the tion that I had. With the death of wire. "She Is 111, and not able to bo her stepfather and the prospect of moved. Moreover, she Is unable to see tho Immediate return of tho family, any one. I wish you would wire her things had become more and more mother that she Is with me, and tell impossible. I gathered that Thomas her not to worry. No, I do not know was as relieved as I at the turn events why sho camo east." "Hut my dear Miss lnnes!" Mrs. had taken. No, she did not know of Fltzhugh began. I cut In ruthlessly. either of the deaths In the family. "I will send for you as soon as she Taken all around, I had only substituted one mystery for another. If I can see you," I said. "No, she Is not knew now why Rosle had taken the In a critical state now, bu,t the doctor basket of dishes, I dfd not know who says she must have absolute quiet. When I had hung up tho receiver, I had spoken to her .and followed her along the drive. If I knew that Louise sat down to think. So Louise had fled was in the lodge, I did not know why from her people In California, and had she was there. If I knew that Arnold come east alone I It occurred to mo Armstrong bad spent some time in the that Dr. Wnlker might be concerned lodge the night before he .was mur- In It, might possibly have bothered dered, I was no nearer the solution of her with unwelcome attentions; but the crime. Who was the midnight in- it seemed to me that Louise was hardtruder who had so alarmed Liddy and ly a girl to take refuge In flight under myself? Who had fallen down tho such circumstances. She bad always with the clothes chute? Was Gertrude's lover been head and buoyant step of the a villain or a victim? Time was to outdoors girl. It roust have been much answer all theseNhlngs. more in keeping with Louise's charCHAPTER XIII. acter, as I knew It, to resent vigorously any unwelcome attentions from Dr. Louise. Walker. It was tho suitor whom I Knglowood enme should have expected to see In headTho doctor from up to see the long flight, not the lady In tho case. very soon, and I went sick girl with him. Halsey had gone Tho puzzlo wns no clearer at the to supervise tho flltlng of tho car with end ot the half hour. I picked up the blankets nnd pillows, and Gertrude morning papers, which were stilt full was opening nnd airing Louise's own of the looting of tho Traders' bank, rooms at the house. Her private sit- the Interest nt fever height, again, on ting room, bedroom and dressing room account of Paul Armstrong's death. were as they had been when we come. The bank examiners were working on They occupied the end of the east the books, and Bald nothing for publivying, beyond the circular staircase, cation; John llalley had been released and we had not even opened them. on bond. The body of Paul Armstrong The girl herself was too 111 to notice would arrive Sunday and would be When, with burled from the Armstrong town what was being done. the help of the doctor, who was a fa- house. There' wore rumors that the therly man with a family of girls at dead man's cstntu had been a comhome, we got her to the house and paratively small one. The last paraup the stairs Into bed, she dropped graph was the Important one. Into a feverish sleep, which lasted Walter P. Ilrondhurst ot the Mauntil morning. Dr. Stewart that was rine bank had produced 2.00 American the Knglewood doctor stayed almost Traction bonds, which had been placed all night, giving the medicine himself, as security with the Marine hank for a .and watching her closely. Afterward loan of $100,000, made to Paul Arm- be told me that she bad had a narrow alroufi, Jiut bipjg hia California UJ& eictce from peauwRcla- - cad. that Die n high-spiritewell-poise- d m UnCimriar Stiireasi TUEWAY JULY 3t, had been rather Tha BMd were) a part of tha mleetM alarmte. t said I was glad It wasn't tractloa beade from tha Traders' aa "Itla" of eeme kind, anyhow, and baakt WMIe thla lavetred the late president of the wrecked bank, to my he smiled aolemnly. He left after breakfast, saying that mlad It by no means cleared Its he thought the worst of the danger cashier. The gardener mentioned by Halsey was orer, and that she must be kept came out about two o'clock In the very quiet and walked up from the sta"The shoe or two deaths, I suppose, hat done this," he remarked, tion. I was favorably Impressed by picking up his case. "It has been very him. Ilia refereacee were feed he deplorable." had been employed by the Prays' until I hastened to set him right. "She does not know of either, doctor," I said. "Please do not mention them to her." He looked aa surprised as a medical man ever does. "I do not know the family," he said, preparing to get Into his top buggy. KENTUCKY. ataa-Moma ertri jltl try to near what they said, hut every word eama through the open deer with curleus distinctness. Htleey had evidently (one over to the bed aad t tuppeee he kleeed her. There wae alienee for a moment, aa If wordt were superfluous a, "I hare fceea almost wild, tweet-heart- " Halsey't voice. "Why dlda't you trust me, and tend for me before ?" self," she said la a low tone. "I am oh, Hal too weak to struggle sey, how I have wanted to tee you!" There wat tomethtng I did not hear, then Halsey again. "We could go away," he wat tay-In"What does It matter about any one In the world but Just the two of lit? To be always together, like thlt. hand In hand; Louise don't tell me It Isn't going to be. I won't believe you." "You don't know; you don't know," toulse repealed dully. "Halsey, I care you know that but not enough to marry you." "That Is not true, Louise." he said sternly. "You cannot look at mn with your honest eyes and say that." "I cannot marry you," she repeated miserably. "It's bad enougn, Ian t it? Don't make It worse. Some day, be fore long, you will be glad." "Louise! Oh, I don't believe It" "It Is true," she said sadly. "Halsey, you must not try to see me again. Aa noon as I can, I am going away from here where you are all so much kind-e- r than I deserve. And whatever you hear about me, try to think at welt of me as you can. I am going to mar-ranother man. How jou must hate me hnte me!" I could hear Hnlsey cross the room to the window, Tjen. after a pause, he went back to her again. I could hardly sit still; I wanted to go In and give W good shaking "Then It's all over," he was saying with a long breath. "The plans we made together, the hopes, the alt of It over! Well, I'll not be a baby, and I'll give you up the minute you say 'I don't love you and I do love-s- ome one else!'" "I can not say that," she breathed, "but, very soon, I shall marry the other man." I could hear Halsey's low triumphant laugh. "I defy him," he said. "Sweetheart, as long as you care for me, I am not to-dag. thtaft. "It wat because I couldn't trust my- He Looked Young and Vigorous. Hi asked for young and vigorous. on assistant, and I was glad enough to get oft so easily. He was a pleasant-young fellow, with black faced hair and blue eyes, and his namo was Alexander Graham. I have been par- ttcular about Alex, because, as I said before, ho played an Important part they went to Kurope, and he looked ' later. That afternoon I had a new Insight Into tho character of the dead banker I had my first conversation with Louise. She sent for me, nnd against my better Judgment I went. She held out her hand and I took It between both of mine. "What can I say to you. Mlis lnnes?" she said slowly. "To have com I Ilk thought she waa going to break down, but she did not. "You are not to think ot anything but ot getting welt." I said, patting her hand. "When you are belter, I am going to scold you for not coming here at once. This Is your home, my drar, and of all people In tho world, Halsey's old aunt ought to make you welcome." She smiled a little, sadly, I thought. "I ought not to see Halsey," sho said. "Miss lnnes, there are a great many things you will never understand, I am afraid. I am nn Imposter on your sympathy, becauso I I stay here and let you lavish care on inc. and all the tlmo I know you are going to desplso me." "Nonsense!" I said briskly "Why, what would Halsey do to me If I even ventured such n thing? He Is so big and masterful that If I dared to be anything but rapturous over you. he would throw mo out of a window Indeed, he would bt quite capable of it" Sho seemed scarcely to hear my tone. She had eloquent brown eyes the Inneses are fair, and prone to a grayikh green optic that Is better for use than appearance and the teemed now to be clouded with trou ble. "Poor Halsey!" the said softly "Miss Innes, I cannot marry him, nnd 1 am afraid to tell him. I am a co- this" afraid." The wind slammed the door between tho two rooms Just then, and I could hear nothing more, although I moved my chair quite close. After a discreet Interval, 1 went Into tho oftwir room and found Iiulse alone. She waa staring with sad eyes nt the cherub painted on the celling over the bed, and because she lookd tired " did not disturb her. (To lie ( 'out inn. .1. J A. M. Xir-on- , farming near Cnnnnn Me., ni badly crippled with ficmtic ilii'tiinnlUm lup ho Hiiyn to uric ncnl in liis blood. "Foley's Pills enliicly cured me nnd nls.i removed numerous bhrk $pccls Hint Mere continually before my ejes." Foley Kidney Pills nve a uric neid solvent nnd nre tfffctivc for the various form rlipumnliRin. Sliiiirurs & of Tanner. FIRE INSURANCE E.M.NEWLAND BTANFORD, KY. warda coward!" I sat beside the bed and stared at her. Sho waa too 111 to argue with. and, besides, tick people take queer fancies. "We will talk about that when you are stronger," I said gently. "Hut there are somo things I must tell you," she Insisted. "You must wonder how I came here, nnd why I stayed hidden at tho lodge. Dear old Thomas has been almost crazy, Miss Innes. I did not know that Sunnyslde was rented. I knew my mother w ished to rent It, without telling my stepfather, but the news must havo reached her after I left. When I started east, I had only ono Idea to be alono with my thoughts for a time, to bury myself here. Then, I must have taken a cold on tho train," "You came east In clothing suitable for California." I said, "and like all young girls nowadays. I don't suppose you wear flannels." Hut she was not listening. "Miss Innes," sho said. "has my stepbrother Arnold gone awny?" "What do you mean?" I naked, startled. Hut Louise was literal. "He didn't come back that night," she said, "and it was so important that I should see him." "I believe he has gone away," I replied uncertainly. "Isn't It something that wo could attend to Instead?" Hut she shook her head. "I must do It myself," sho said dully. Halsey came to the door at that moment and I could hear him coaxing Llddy for admission to the sick room. bring him In?" nsUd "Shall Loulso, uncertain what to do. Tho girl seemed to shrink back among her pillows at the sound of his voice. with her; I was vaguely irritated tht-rare few young fellows like Halsey straightforward, honest, and willing to sacrifice everything for tho one woman. 1 knew one once, moro than 30 years ago, who was llko that; ho died a long time ago. And BometlmoB I take out his picture, with Its cane and Its qucr silk bat, and look at It. Hut of late years It has grown too painful; he Is always a boy and I anl an old woman. I would not bring him 1 1 and SURETY BONDS qy3T tWTr Kyfc tf)' bllC It" Ciic Pi THERE IS REAL PAINT and also tome stuff mixed with cheapening materials that is not worthy pf tho name. If you havo had experience with the latter kind you don't want nnotber. If you haven't take our advice nnd don't experiment. Buy our nnl paints and 8iie yoursolf disappointment nnd money as well. A. ALLEW. Stanford. Ky. H. B. Norihcott Dealar In Live and Dressed Poultry, EggsJce,Coal,Wool,Furs Hides, Salt, Lime, Feathers, Ginseng, etc. p,ije Lanoastar, Ky. Branch House, Stanford, Ky. back if I could. Perhaps It was some such memory that made me call out sharply. "Come In, Halsey." And then I 'wk my sewing and went into the bouulor beyond to pjajr. pjonrletjc 1 did not T.K. TUDOR, Mr. PHONE 153. "m. ja"MttBaMBV-- 4iaMaBmLjaaMK . a.. t , 'T flSF p-- m ' riir'" "jritji THE INTERIOR JOUBWAL, STANFORD, KENTUCKY FRIDAY, JULY, 28. 1912 1 Handsome $400.00 Piano GIVEN AWAY! PI If EH AW AT hi" f EH A WAV c CKKUKEMH SAM ROIINSONwill away, abslutly w!tliHt ctstfha hanrfssms Plant Shawn balsw. This affcr Is apen to l1"?,?1" M oinlnt count its and nominifim blanks ma- - aa ebtainaa at Sam Rafcintan's stara ar cut from this ad r "hfil "will most interesting advertising proposition ever held in this section and everyone has an equal opportunity to secure this piano. " f;lt How to Secure This Piano. lor every penny epeiit we mil issue trade coupons. These n'.'tis me good for their fnor vnltie in votes nt (lie nito of The coupons are trans-- f 0 e "te for every cent of purchase. .Hie, nml if joii nre tint interested in securing tlio prize fir .j melf, you rnn mnkc sum" friend or iiripinititnnco hnppy by sv. u ir jour vol en for tlicm. Tho Contest is open (o iinyonc in ta town or surrounding country, nnl the person securing vote tcprcscnting tlio Inrgost number of vote, mil rcccnu c 'Upon an beautiful instrument f uc of nil cost. No Publicity. An Equal Chance For All. Nominations will be received from nnyone, cither person-nll- y or by mail, and will at once be unified in a voling register nud the person will be notified. There will be no publicity for nnyone. n every contestant will be assigned u particular number. All published bulletins will bo by number only. At the clo'-of the contest the pin no will immediately bo awarded the winner. No lucky number will win this benutiful and useful jnize. Just send in your name, have a number aligned to you. mid then boost for that number among your relatives nml friends. The rules nre simple, the chance costs nothing. An oppoilunity for anyone to sec.no uu iiis'lruinent that will give untold joy and plcasuie. We rio not expect to recover the expense of this contest through n larger percentage or profit, but through a larger volume of business; and we will endeavor to give you more for your mo ney in the future than wo have in t t . aaaajaaaawRST".." ''rT-rzaa- j RhIis Givirniiic Conttst ntune of contcstnutn nts mil Iks known. 'J. No name of II. i:ery contestant gets 2,00(1 c .testnnU will be published. te- fi with. 4. LVery contestant pets n number, ftnrt Standing by number published weekly in the Interior Joiiriuil. 7. b A'! otes must be brought in Wednesday for leeording. Vote must not be writteii oil. 8. Tie votes in packages mth coi.te-lnnt- 's nmuerb nud u mount on t.p blip. 9. Color of ccrti-cat- .' mid must bo recorded will bo changed each month, monthly to count. 10. Votes nre transferable only before having lniyC't number of votes on 11. Conle-tnJu'nary 1, 1013 wins the pinuo. 1 Si tj the pn-- t. nl In case of a tie. a I'ri e identical that tied for, will be awarded iu every respect to each tying contestant. with -:- - The Cloting King. SAM ROBINSON, - Contest Closes Jan. - 1, 1913. The Price Maker of Lincoln County. -:- - First-Clas- s Dry Goods, Gents' Furnishings, Shoes, Clothing, Etc. Stanford: Kentucky. McKinney. Sheriff's Sale.! .Mis Aiiuii K. Sigworth mid Mr. Ily Mitue of execution Xo. (O.'l(i) l" Soinei.-e- t, 'ilt I'.stled fimii the I'l'iik'n titfice of the T. ". IVinbfitnii week veiling bix tliuty mx, duceted to me, which u few days heie . :... .i ..I i Lit coin ( neilit (null, in luvor ol Mrs. Hurry Jneib, ha been on :... . i i ,,..i c i. , , tin mck li- -t tor n tew diiv, hut is 1. or one ol mv deputies, will, oi better nt tin- - writing. Mondu, the bill day ot Julv, I'Jl'J, '.. Ir. Ii. S. hcudder, wn. ni liieli- !.,.(, ..i die how- - ol one o cluck 1. ' iin'ii'1, Mouilnv on hiisuu . .M. at the M. mid two 1'. ... I liiim-- u ( omedv ami i', ' court hoii-- e iloui in btnntord, conn- - Wc-- 'he -- . I how gave u erv , ly ot Lincoln, Kentucky, e.i)ose to i hllotiim tlirei mvlil- - till- - vii'ek III iml.l.e sale In the highest bidder, the , .l!1(.,.aK.(1 IHn. following ... ne- -, propel ty (or so much a Ml. Mi vde n .M te he II, ot tlieieot ai may ihe necessary to - n rvfc, V " i, i . The First Man Who Ever Sold INDIAN Remedies in Ky. - BaVflk aBjb'' anaabk ' ' lat . ,,,',, 'A-b.e- ', . -- No man or hi remedies are better yfcipQLj iaLYLYaLYannl aBBBBBBBBnaV DAKOTA JACK. adjoining counties thun Dakota Jack. His life of yearn' experience as n cow boy n the iioith western plains, mid life mining the Indians, when COW boys went iii'il hud to be men of COtirage, gnwt liui) line experience of Roots and Herbs when Ihi- - was the only icmedy life depended on. I.i own in Lincoln nnd .. . Oxfords, Straw Hats (J. J. Purrslcy.) f Pursley Indian Herbs, A 45-Da- ys Treatment. lYnn'e Only costs you $1.00 . For rho iiniiitim, ltlood. Liver. Kidneys, nnd is n wonder, nnd has proven m. people light heie te fv to tlii.. oinl stole-- . hisnnmo famous over out soreness, iuimediiitolv. Has cur ed huiidieds Price 25 cents per bottle. li.is made se, Dakota Jack's Cow Boy Linarhent Stops pain mid takes of cases of deafness. Creme Soap for the Scalp and bkin 3 cakes -. cents, nuf ed. and Tnnner'H Drug stoic, or price if nddre-se- d to 10 cmts, Shu-gaAll tln--e lemcdies ou sale nt sent piepuid on receipt of regular rs amount uMhe plaintiffs debt, uituest, nud costs,) llon-- o and lot in the town of .Me- Lincoln county, Ky., mid Kinue hounded Ihu- -, beginning ut corner v (iil'V;,"li,',"",'i tUTUn b,o,lil.7:.' poles; cst pole- - Noitn i J We.- -t 19 4 h pold uoith I1.' enst 8 2 poles to I he beginning containing ouo ueio mid mie pole, being the hind held hv -- uid J. .1. Duilinm, under deed re muled in the office of the Clerk of the Lincoln County Court of l.iu-'ol- n page count), in deed book 5,":i. Ily going upon said laud mid notifying the only occupant thereof the wife of the said J. J. Durham of aid levy. This Iey is subject tu the mortgage lien ot the McKinney Deposit Ihiuk, which is i counted in tin! office of the Lincoln County clerk's olliee in inoitgage book N, 1 t: 1- -.' , hm'- - ' . , in the moiiu- - ,""' ""r,'.v Jae-.b-- , n.ent woiki.. The followim: out of town people ,egi.sti.eil .at the Lav II I In- -l J- - " Wl.ile.iack. .Morelm.d. JIi'l llin ( lauiieli, lliiliun, lv., ried ' -- """"l I.e.MUgton. M- l- Delhi ' Kod I'ei y and ,',,,".v' Wnl-ui- i. .luliu Nimwille. Tcliu., .Iniiie- - II, Xeu'iiimi, l.uilli.w. M. L. Sharp. Liberty. A. M. "'- '" ,,t',,' "" ll"-- 1 w,,,"k w,,,k- - '"'' w. I.. l. Spiit-viiu- d, Lexington, Ilniek (Iml-iv- . Danville. mid Mix. Archie Kil'l'e. of Ludlow, lire their pnrent-her- i' fur ii few iln- -. Mi I In ii .laeob-- , The .Miiiiiiuieut inige LIU. Lu J. J. Pursley, Lancaster, Ky., Home Office RURAL TELEPHONES. a nice Mil. FAlt.MHII:-Ma- l.o umr home as modern for vonr familv as (iiiotn-tious to tet tho latest inaiket tcsidei.ee. mid idaco vi.nrtelf in u liv nicaus of our telcnhone ut nuv time. Thl- - ciri be necnmnli-he- d d u reiviee hich ou mid vm:v iieiulihor cnii fit for n sum that is- sum lict- - r of with the benefit iceciwd. Cnll or nddie-- s our neareM Mrito direct tee lieiidiiiimtfr. Nashville. Temi.. tor mfonuntioi s.ur social "Funnels Line" talc If von mo not at j.resent oinoj e telo- .ini uiii- - fcui i''e. c ran linnieiiiairiv :..i,.....t ...in Our htlltes . 1......I.. ...... .,.?,... nml the &ou eni iwruon 'of Keutiickv. Tennessee. MisMiiHii. I,..ui-laiTKL. & TBIo CO. CUMItKltUKU of Iiidiauu nud Illinois. iw-ili.- in com-i-nrciiiii-iwe--. m JNOrmai State m COURSES: Preparatory, State Cer Life Dlplema. county CKtincaie SWtal. TultiM Free to AMOintMi, Summer Term Opefl June 17 Exptngea Very Low. Ask About It. ArtUtio Catilogiie Fret. Addreso Kentucky : : : : J. G. CRABBE. Preslrfent. : : TRAINING SCHOOL') TEACHERS v mnmi. ure to find uny personal property Tue-dn- x upon which mine could he levied on. (ii- - gut oil' th" train heie This levy mmlit May 8th, 101'J. Tho mid went o .MiilillelniiL' tn iitlcnd amount of thi- - execution is Tli.j.lil III'' .Meindl-- t I ulll'eieuee whieli mid cn-- li expended f 11.75, with inat that pi. ice tin- - week. a- It - a ii to whether terest iiom Sept. JOtli J00D. levied iiimiii a.-- the property of J. J. Dur- - i John liowlmul - the clue! puller or ham. 'the chief emitter at the Lay llmt-- e. TKIIMS: Sale will be made Ml III eieilil of (!l) tllice moutlis bond iiicien-in- g number of people sccutity reiiuiied. I Ail with upinoM'il icport legulnrly f Hie benriiiu' interest ut tho rate of li per cent pir milium from day of Bale, results from Inking Foley Kidney mid having the force and etfect of 'ills mid conimeud theii' healing and J .in.ilil inu l.nl... llitlinV I n sutcs bond, litis 'JlUli ilnv of June ..I. I, ill... W. L. KcCarty, Fills no a eiitefully prepaied modi-cin1012. Shciil'f Lincoln County Com t gunrmiteed o contain no luu infill or habit funning drugs. They K. J. Ooihuni, Cashier of Wood cmf have only a beneficial offect ille, Wooihille, On., had n verv se when used tor kidney unit hliulu r veie nttnek of kidney trouble midj foublcj, for bickachi-- , iheumntUm, the pains iu his kidney mid back Wl.c lllr , luinlmgo. Shugars & weio tcrriolc. "I got a lioltle ol Tinnier. Foley's Kidney Fills from our drug-fiund they entirely relieved me, r'strnyDark red steer, sn.d on I have more benefit from them thnu its forehead; marked in tight eari piiy other medicine." lewiiid fie return to V. I Cordier. iii illle-tiusnli-fneto- ry e, ir)0-:- if st - uns made after fail- Man, elected ii granite innuuuieiil at Met oi mack'- - ehui'eh eeinelery, Monday for (!. I.. Cnrter. Ignite ii uiimbei of Mcthodi-- t Mini and Summer Weight Clothing at Cost v . u . I Cl!MM1NS&WEAREN Stanford, Kentucky Home of H.S. & i' n M. All Wool Clothe T" ' , - ty ' 2 EEEEEEEEEEil BBBBBBBEsBfir EftBBBEftBBK'. li&BEE'2f7LEEEEEEEEMEElBv" f ill' lEmrWKT .AbeeieeWee dtsBfeV THE tftTEMtlt JMMNAL tTAWftW. KCNTlCKV .HbbbF JBlr 'iwlWWw,n W CE K ; 'BBBBEftBEJ BSSSSSSSSSSSSl BBBBBBBEEBJ J iHk B HH , PB beeeeeeeeeeS eeeeeeeeeeeeI SEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEfl bbH LOOK LOOK The Election Is On Next Li &-UT r"- BBHPjEEEEEEeW '- - jbebeeH "BBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBJ BEEEEEEEEEeI iStJt or : .aSBaaBBaaaaaBBBBBBY .SESW?' lfc'f, VHEEEEEEEEEEfl !BSBJa:L V.'v1EEEEBEEl v"aaaEEEEEEEEEE BEEEEEEEEEE SjW',.'."' .jY'BEEEP7 VjEEEEEEEEEEEEi Saturday, Aug. 3, 1912 Put Your Cross In The Sixth Square From Top Of The Ballot And Vote For i KBammgwuH J. F. HOLDA M wmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmimmmmmmmmmmmmmKmammm For Circuit Court Clerk. W. T. McGirr, . one of the most Monte Fox, of this city has just in shipped 007 extra fino cattle- from prominent funncrs and traders Ported Chns. Kentucky, to the New York the Bowen section, bought from Central William J. Keck. market, says tho Danville Advocate. Farris Sundidge, nNo of the Wcfct Six young Jersey cow-- , for sale. The cattle were purchased at from End, 23 prime shonts, for which he $7 to $$.'!' ior hundred. The best pound. Mr. McGirr M. S. Huiighinuii. puid C cents bunch he purchased in the lot was will feed the porkers for 'the fall One hundred No. 1 mountain that of Win. Layton, of Millersburg, ewes just in from the mountains. A. Bourbon county, who had seventeen market and they ought to go mighty T. Nunnelley. head that weighed 1.559, for which well. At the Mt. Sterling fair last week he paid $8.25 iler hundred pounds. L. D. Harney Leaves Lincoln saddle 'Ibis is believed to be the best bunch in tho sweepstnkc of cattle raised in Kentucky this (Lexington Leader) iiie judges S. C. Carclast for I'M, j ear. The next best lot was pur I D. Harney, formerly engineer at Ituiley and John V. chased from 15. W. Ferguson, also penter, Cha. I. adminisDoardmaii, placed the sensa'tional of Bourbon county. Ills cattle the courthouse under the show marc Hazel Dawn first; Foxy weighed 1,404. In this shipment was tration of County Judge Bullock and l'hil, owned by Collins & Kcdtnoii, 81 head which weighed 1,440, which who nljout four years ago left I.cx- second; Marvelous, owned by he purchased from C. P. Cecil, of ington, locnting near Waynesburg, Bros., tliiid ,and Lord lJInck-ton- c, Boyle county. They were. Midgut nt Lincoln county, where ho purchased owned by V. T. Churchman, $8.00 per hundred pounds. English u farm and made u record as n priro of Charleston, V. Va., fourth. The Anderson, of Montgomery county, ' tobacco grower of that section, has v inner is bv Hex Peavinc and was had an exceptionally fine bunch of sold bis place there to J. T. Monroe Billy Shropshire, of Win lOo in this shipment, also. shown by of Anderson county, and returned to I i hester. New wheat is selling here nt 00 the Blue Grass to live, having reAt Danville- - T. C. Looiicy was , chiK j?r 1ui1ki1- - It is reported that cently leased the Jacoby and Swit-?e- r awarded the' contract to construct while the quality js good tho yield farms on the Muyswlle road, the s;I0,000 tobacco warehouse for per acre in the county is poor. pnrtly in Fayette and jwirtly lie Lisgett & Alyors Tobacco ComLebanon Enterprise, in Bourbon counties. Mr. Harney, pany. The building is to be located S. S. Oibbs has sold to Jo Itulcs, who is living in the Jacoby house, on the Kentucky Supply Company's of Mndison for Swartzchitd and which is directly on the county line, grounds ni'ar the depot and will be S'lh.lierger. the New York exporting says that he eats his meal in Faycompleted in time the fall tobac-- i firm, 40 head of exioit cattle for ette county, and sleeps in Bourbon. o crop. September delivery at $7.50 ier On this account he says that he will Abraham ltenick, of Winchester, hundred. This Garrard stockman claim his citizenship in Bourbon was elected General .Manager of the hopes to bring this bunch up someThere nre about 150 acres, he says, American Stock Breeders' Associa- what beyond 1.400 pounds nt the in the tract of laud, which he has tion, at ii salary of $5,000 a year. tiiro f delivery. leased, about 20 of which he has in The Itobcrls sale held near Mttrks-bur- y tobacco this year. Mr. Harney was Mr. Krnifk is the first man to hold drew a god crowd last week. in Lexington Wednesday on business the office. He said it would be his iiim to pinmotc the exporting of rat- Captain .in Bourne serving as auc- and has not lost but rather has gaintioneer. The following is a paitial ed tle from the United Stales. since leaving here, A mine to and judging from his (wutly npnr-r.nc- c, The Q. & (!., railroad has so far icport t something tips the benm handled 117ft cars of enclies from Charles Denn for $175: a lik? 400 pounds. Georgia and other Southern s'tates. mare to .John fbwtincnu for Jes Tho entire peach or.p is expected Snuiidcir- - for ..")0; a cow t.i John Woods of Danville for f.'li: a bunch Saved Life By Sucking Snake Bite to learh a total of nearly 7,ftOU. caUcs to John Prnitt at M8 a Fed un com unci alfalfa hay ft7 of llii'.'h Boone, a son of Mr. W. II. pigs sold for $25; HI d Hqrefoid cattle head; sow and head of Boone, who resides on Knob Lick liT."- - ti. John Woods nt $6.50 apiece. sold on the Chicago market last I. K. Speak sold a young horsf near .Vucttonvillc, was bitten by i week for $!).70 per one handled to A. S. Dean tor !)0. A- - S. Shei-ro- copper head snake. Sunday afterpounds, the highest market quotaWith rare presence of mind Hiihl ti lot of corn at $5 wr noon, tions since 1870. The cattle were I the young man saved his life by barrel. ! the produce of It. C. Duke, n promiDr. H. D. Will O'DauicI & Co.. of Lebanon sucking the wound. nent feeder of Kirkwood, III. The W. A. Thorn- - Mudd mis called to him and found recentl purchased of cattle c nol the largest on the & Son, of llnidfoidsvillc, thirty-- . th.it the greater p.wt of tho poison market for that day. but weie in Ion six head of cattle that nveragod in hud been drawn out but enough was Ihc pink of f.uidition. 'v eight 1.250 pounds er head. The left to swell (he iirm. It is however Lost. D.uk Collie bitch, white .cattle were purclmsed at 7 cents per yielding to medical treatment, and i it is to be hiAied that within a few pot on buck if lis- . ihi.i.m imiiiul and resold by O Daniel & . iviiw. May. Itei.n.-.i- . W. Co.. . Monte Fox, of Danville, at .dus the injury will be u thin:: of I II. the past. New Hmeu Echo. !?, Lancasler, K'. 7 4 rents. THE FARMERS five-gait- I ' Mc-(Jr- ay vtte Over the Pulaski Line. In a drunken row at Line Creek CtMMiweikk's Church just over tho I'ulaski line liit Sunday EtMy B. Hall, a youth ' of 1!) car--, accidentally shot and svuuretTNi the tip killed his friend and companion ft ww 1NWMM I wH JeL. Glasgow, a jouth of about the same age. It seems that a man untilSample Batiat. Th World's BMt Each Month ed Jacobs, nn uncle of fllnsgow, had Cartoon from daSias aad wttUle publitlwd fa made some insulting remark to Hall ttla country, ttmaea. Dublin. PirU. Berlin. Munich. VknaaVWarMW. KxUsMt. SC Pettrv and mnde an attempt to shoot Hall bora. Amaterdun. Slwtfmrt.Turtfl. Ron. Uabon. Zurich, Tokio. Sunshil. SytJnr. Canada, and but Hall was the ipiickest and in the South America, and all tba great dilea or the next ininqte would have filled Jacob world. Only tba 200 bent out ol .CW) cartooaa each raoBth. are idectcd. full of hot lead had not young GlasHftBaaaia iwa. Vaa m rwnmw mviOTy ot MvriB awaena aflav taai gow s(epH'd in hctwreii them uiul amna aaiWafr VStflfleE OAMPAIQN OARTOOMS-Follo- wth caught Hall's automatic revolver. campautn u "CJUrrooKa" and watch the oppoa-inpartiea caricature each other. Just ttbout the time Glasgow got ,T aaaaa awiax i tuft mmmjt MPT la. hold the revolver it fired inflicting Uim. II. II. WINDSOR. Jll W. WmKUcmiSMM. CHICAGO a wound from uhich he died u half ASK YOUR NEWSDEALER hour later. In Glasgow's dying statement he stated that it was an For Canaress accident ami asked that Hall not Ih prosecuted. Hall went to Somerset IIAItVKV HELM Monday atid ui rendered. Mt. Ver-- i W. S. KIHinf hi Drunken Raw T ftr fcrck mk Attey pitpttyiwXii tk to ftr TbM lnV iftk alkkletkk: c Democratic Party I 1 on Sigital. StieBar 1 J. Kenyan Bill Reported FavaraMy ta Canaess. .. SULLIVAN' r" fr Former lr. S. Sena'tor AlbiTt J. Bcveridgc, of Indiana, will head the Koosetclt ticket for governor in the 1 lousier state. He will also be chosen chairman of tho Roosevelt national convention, and deliver the keynote sjiccch. uvoii-dujHL- s Far Sale r Rant. grass farm four miles from Stanford, Ky., in high stato of A fine blue l.nOft-pjun- - uultiiution, adaptable to raising hemp and tobacco, corn, hay and all kinds of small grain. This latin has on it u nico new cottaget a largo tobacco and stock barn and all necessary outbuildings. I'lculy of rfhiutig uHt?r, is j fwMl imL ailljlm.) ( )iu alva ..f f. wli.. bltf!t one mile from cluirch house and upon arrival within its Iroiiudaiies store, and four miles each way from and before delivery to a consignee. the railroad, and in a good neighborhood. The laud lays (veil, in Hapaiest Girl in Lincaki fact you can stand in the yard and J A Lincoln. Neb., girl writes, "1 sec nearly all over tho farm. It had been ailing for some time with contains 141 acres. If Hold we will I rhroiiin constipation and stomach give very liberal terms. If not sold trouble, 1 began taking Chamberby August 20th, will rent for years lain's Stomach and Liver Tablets 1013-- 1 1. For further information ami iu three d.iys I was able to be up better right along. I nin call on B. D. Carter, Stanford, Ky.. the and L'ot girl in Lincoln iToudrst to find or.wiite C L. Carter, Greensboro, such it good medicine.." For sale by 2 X. C. 0. I Penny. (50-1- n interests won a victory before the Senate Judiciary Committee last week when Senator Cummins was authorised to report n bill giving to "dry' states jwwer Iff intercept shipments f from wet territory. The bill to be reHrtcd is a combiuatiou of tho Keuyou bill, much amended, and Senator Sanders' bill. The now measure will prohibit shipments of liquor whcie any (terou interested in them intends to violate a law of the state into which the shipment is made. The new bill would reuse the existing Wilson law to mecl a recent dici"iou of the Supreme Court and make lirptor in iutcrcstate commerce: Anti-Salooly nr Far CamfMnwealth's Attarney W. S. lll'KCH P .TO Accused of smuggling mail into his cell ami lefusiug to give it to the Warden to be read, Henry Voutsey, the only one of the ntowissins of Governor William Goebel left in the jictiitcntinry. was placed in KoUtary coufiiiemcnt. His offense is a breach of prison rules. yei-i-oi- For summer diarrhoea iu children nttiuys :ivc Coumbct Iain's Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Uemedy ami castor oil, .ami n speedy cure in cer tain, rof sale by 0. L. l'enny. MASONS' MEETfNt Lincoln Lodge No. 60, V, k A. ILf meets in stated communication oa each first and third Monday Bigkta of each month, at 7 o'clock in their hall oa Main street, Stanford, Ky., Members of sister ledges fraternally invited to be present. penter, Secretary. II. C. Car- Sensational Minute Sales for Wednesday, Thursday I OL lflll Mami and Friday WEDNESDAY, starting at 10 a. m., we will put on sale one big lot of ladies' fine shoes inVici.Pat. and Tans, values up to $3.50, twoTA pair to a customer, at THURSDAY, from 10 a. m. to 4 p. m.. we will sell one lot of goods, consisting of Batiste, Lawns and Silk Mulls, values st tt 50c yt yfl ten yds to customer at I C2b J U -- FRIDAY, from 11 to 11:30 a. m., we will sell one lot of bleached and wide, unbleached Domestic, 36-iregular 10c values, at Mp the very low price of JO n. 4v Hughes. Martin & Co's. Carnival Sale. STANFORD, Don't Miss These Unparalleled Bargains. Sales Closet August 5th. KENTUCKY. aMaaa - ti Ar,ri j,i Wlar