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Interior journal (Stanford, Ky. : 1912): August 2, 1912 Interior journal (Stanford, Ky. : 1912) 300dpi TIFF G4 page images Shelton M. Saufley Stanford, KY 1912 int1912080201_sn85052023 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Interior journal (Stanford, Ky. : 1912): August 2, 1912 Interior journal (Stanford, Ky. : 1912) Shelton M. Saufley Stanford, KY 1912 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. V i J$- OIIICVLATION-fV- ER 4JM 1 L THE LAMEST OF ANY faUiMTaw MritiBAarB m THE 8TATE OF KENTUCKY. 18C0. 03d YEAR. l' I J The Interior Journal. STANFORD, r I Dwi't Fariet ts 1 Viti Far HELM SATURDAY 1 HARVEY J FOUNDED NO 02. LINCOLN COUNTY, KENTUCKY. FKIDAY, Al'fJL'HT 'J, 3t)ll! RALLY TUESDAYS AND FRIDAYS. HELM A SURE WINNER IN CONGRESSIONAL Waynf$wf. RACE. While Hawing lumber at Air. II. 11. Siiiglctou'H mill, the hiiw came in ROOSEVELT MEN ORGANIZE AT DANVILLE. Frkmh Expect 5,1 I? ta Have Over Maloritv If Veti Comes Out Strain. Hhn On the He of the primary tsntnr- duy, the friends of Coiik'ressiunn llurvey Helm are completely eoiifi-deof his urern helming virtory. lleports from every one of the eleven counties of the district rdiuvv tlmt hit Workers are ready for the oeii-lii- tf jf the polls. Even in Madison, the home of hi opponent, the friends of Uejm nre making hi clnims, hut jf course, it is hardly expected that will he ircrmittcd to go 3Iitdfeon against its home candidate. The Danville Advocate early in the eek ,publihed a big picluru of Gov. .Mel'reary and hinted that ho would deliver a iieecli in favor of Sulli rani- - rnmlidm-- j at llichmond today. aj;n"Hiiian Helm was jyrently at ueli an announcement, that it was authorized, nnd co wrote the governor. Congress-lim- ii Helm ha- - been a wunn friend of .MiCreury in pnietlenlly all of hw llht- - and Lincoln haa ulwnju stood hy the governor ,and some of Air. Helm's .tdorest fnendi iu this light have been the Mrongcnt supporters ,.r Gov. Alefrcary at nil time. The governor replied to Air. Helm that ho had made uo arrangement to .euk for Sullivnu at ltichinoud. ,md Urns the Inst campaign fake ol -, was cx- the Sullivan ne- - agentnt sur-pris- ed contact with Kverctt lloyiiolils' arm and causing a painful wound. Air. YVeley yiuim. wan nlgu hurt while working on the section. Airs. Violet AtcKeuzio and little daughter'! I'enrl, are visiting relatives here. Aim. Minnie Caldwell is very ill. Air. If. Curtis went to Cinciimntl Sunday. His nieceH Alis.scs Nettie and KthcL Curtis home with him. X. Herald paid the words that united in wedlock' holy bonds Air. I.onis Afrrritt and Ali-- s Xettie Delegates Are Named to Teddy's Hatlenal Convention at Chlca Where Is Dinunere? Quite a number of Lincoln county men went to Danville Thumdav to attend the Kighth disIt trict Progressive Convention. wus called to order at the court house nhorlly after imoii by Attorney Williitm Lnvvwill, who welcomed the The hall wan delegate), to Danville. decorated with American Hags and handnua handkerchiefs weio much iu .evidence. There weie about 150 present and on the call of the counties ull weie represented wilh the exception of Anderson nnd Spencer. Paul Smith, of Adair, was uonii- il and elected withvat opposition Messrs. as permanent chainr.au. Villa id Davis, ol Jonniiiine, (J. A(. Patterson, of Uarrard, and Saundcrj Orr, of Alcrccr, were .selected as temporary ricctetiivicA. Tlie following men were iintned oil tliej.'redentials committee by chairman Smith It. It. Illinium, of Richmond, J. X. Alcnefce, Jr., of Lincoln, D. II. Kiueiiiil, .f Mole. W. W. Jesse of Shelby and Kdwaid Aloiiihaud, of Jessamine. The committee ou permanent organization was us follows: M. Jame.s. F. of Alercer. Alariou, Humphrey, if Casey, Dr. Alorgau, of Jensaiiipint t'b.relico K. Tate, of Lincoln, nnd II. M. Mostiu ,of GarItooKcvelt While (he committees weie workconing speeches- um to the ditions in every country weie heard by the convention. Professor Smith, l(c. J. '' Fneun of Air. Helm who I. have w. h been keeping rifely ui touc him to , nice, conndently expect tu.4,01.1 come to Ltaeohi nilli elosc majority. HI- - home county will ge h vote him 1.500 majority, if the there, lend to out. Ifciwru nii will not ge the belief that Sullivan .Madison over 1,000 majority in ,t ,,CrSeat"d'enl of mtcrcnt ,uoU-c- d ban been in the race for the twee.? S. Hurch. of ' ,;,oVtrurvenr.o.Boyle. ThU race depending much mm U. wry clo-e. 0mmo.euUu'n AH.or.icij Lincoln tli.. t dc in Uarrard and Mercer. Neorn Autolst Badlv Hurt. 1 4ul.r.M. Illr. AIU.I " '"' "'"" "' ,,',,""'" "' wi tn-l- l "u .,a I. btH were taklnc ...rl , t ,. H... ttu J- by Mr Mrsi - the tormir. -- h,ic i. i .I..OI.. WrtM. ;'- .1... mwjI hJ ,, r. ( .1.. ."' .4r... H lb. ......uiy UI.1 '"t. M..bl 'ln ",r,,' " I.U "' '"' '""' . ? al Brt. ,U Mr In rnl ..I "rVTrw.... l.m. WillUm b.r -kI.V-n- s j I l it... ,nif.B.'Jl.. I, ml .i imrguTllr hrn. Mr I. -- h" ilUC .. W -- rrlll. Tl.il-- , -- hrr j..irr "rM,r",;l...TM'. ..""J Mr. K.m,l W.IVrr Wh b. ll.lr. t ll.rb.r.l-..- ii.ui.if I" l ana Mr. JikIsi- - Sllb Ju.ll UI Lionel llr' luh.iJwiui ln.lrt.iiU l ll.r.millr, Ki Jlr. Will lUrtliiil"". ( rlii..timi I'. lr J. II. Mr. Mr iT r lllcli lb', "Jh" wiib hi. .. Ih M..tr. Ky. fr..m I'm' !... Mr. Wilfl.1. . "I Iji.uiOh Jobil I' :''0" Ur rir.nl W llollu.f I'uiiii HU.I Mr.. J Mr. .1 ilb rbru n. k.u ill. ti." Utirr mlfrrlnf tlklUli. ! W l l.uuilur.1 M.I.I In .1 W. l.ulOi.nl. Mr Jaiw l.iii. furrl ul !" Ill-nil.."- r.r.b ' l.i.u.lllr. h. .It '."" rb.il.r Jjrruh. oiunir. 'l Mi" .'ulrni. Mr .n.l Mr., il V t S"i.rM-l- . ii.il..rr.l h.lhrilu Tu.Mlajr all.l ..(I....I..I I..m.i l of Central Cnivemity made a short address, as did Afr. Jamcn IL Svvoe. The convention was thrown into an uproar by the address of Wallace the colored preacher , of Danville. II. V. Mastiii.'of Garrard. William )f li.ixle. Dr. Maker, of S. Madison and J. II. Swope. of Moyle, jw delegntrls to weie cho-e- n Whccldon. Chicago convention with 4 vole III... t'lauuch filled hi- - :i. point-me- each and instructed to vote for bete hint Satur.la and Sunday. Theodore Itooscvclt. The delegates Saturday f.iar .leacmin wcie oidniu-e- d were instructed to vote for Hon. W. It. Siuglciiia, f yrus Islic Tombs, Mratiis Clay and F. P. vik: John-o.In me. M. lleynoliU and Jame- - nu delegate- - from the C. Singleton. The flint hitch iu proceeding came Mr. Cnlcli Hubble is on I he sick-liswhen one of the members present Mm. Mahaln Mall Micnt la- -t week made a motion thai a committee be upiMiiuled to find out how Profeor with Aim. (Nil din Trowbrid-- e. of Keren, the repubAnal I'eggy Williams is very ill J. W. lican candidiile for Coiigrc-- s, stand, with brain fever. .Mr. Al.i.iii Ciildu-i'lami Ali- -s whether be i al'rogic ive or no! Xoni Uirrell went tu Kubank- - Suu-il- n and what -- lep- if nnv sli.uil.l the . coiiveution tnke in icgaid to him. wrangling the motion The ltapti-- t is Aug. Alter some wis tabled ou a motion made by a .nth. Hfh nnd ir.ih. Air. Luther Williams, win. ha- - Wen member of (he Aladis.tu delegation. Immediately alter the convention working at Cincinnati firr cevernl inoiithn liiis been called home ou the lidjouiucd u meeting of the county chaiimen was held to elect a member iiecounl of his motlieiV illnt-.- -: of tin State Central Cimuiittcc. The repicsentntives mimed bv the fie!! County Killer Cauoht Johu II. Itnker. who oliut urn district convention will go to Loni killed "(iinl" l'ittteiM.n at thn Cide-ma- n il lt Saturday to paiticipalc in the deleAlining ( map on Stinighi Creek-tw- Ptale convention and to c trout the to the week'., agu wii brought lo I'ine-ill- e gatebv William Slew art, of Flat Chicago Coiiveution which in to be hebl on August '. l.i.'k. a. win in peiMu'ml t'licinl of Will liwwill, wa- - cho-c- ii chairman -the Piuevillt! Sun. Slew, aiP conuniiicc and W. P. art. il Iho reward .iffeicd iif ihe Kiueiiiil, of Lincoln Secretary, this for ItnkciV capluic. Air. member of the flcr the killniL". Maker look In make- - (iiiiiiiittcc from this Ibc mountains and made his nay to Stale . the limiu' nf : ol..t Iv. ti.i.f Kim Murelartd. Kv. Scvelal elToils hail In inn,.. I,.. .Mr. (5. S'iim couliiiues to be Makei-ftiends In eeuie an agree-ine-Ala-leFi-hLaw-wil1-- popular young people of Wayiiexhurfr. Immciliatcly nftcr the ceiemoiiy ,tho viinng couple left for n to friends in llonaura. We wish them much happiness. Alesirs. Joe l'helps and I. C. c.tt to Klaafirrd Saturday. Will komic one plea-- e (ell us wlp- - they come b.iek wearing a red bandana handkerchief tied around their necks T Air. and Airs. J. Al. ItoliiiiMin were made happy by the arrival of u now el of twin. They are now the Imp-p- v poseMii of a family of thirteen, nil living. ltcv. C. T. Ciiiuneh preached a nt l!lli-o- u line Sunday. Air. , (J. II. ubo bus. been confined to his bed for nlmo- -t five years with rlietiliiiili-i- ii came out to hear trim. Ale r- -. Jennie Farmer and James JoluiMin, of Stanford, were plcn-aenllcrs at I. C. Singleton's Sunday. Mint. I.clia (looeh vinitc, her r. AIik. Kffie Itcyuold- - at AlcKin-ue- y Sunday. r, Clarence Singleton, of Stanton!, is visiting his grandmother, Aim. J. At. Hubble. Air. Cyrus Jobu-n- u - teaching the KIINoii hchool nnd m'Im.I is uroiires-sin- g niceli. The Wuyn.nburg ocIiimI is being well mnmigcil hy I'roU. (Iillilnuil and Tmth vi-.Kia-giel.- ui Klli-omut cin-teat rard. le n, nlntc-at-larg- e. t. Din-mo- re, ! o Stnte-at-larg- H.t-li'- T. di-lr- bc-tn.- iil ici Law-wil- el. ijii-H- nt h IUir.Hl.burf llr j. n.l ilna' l.lbtl Iiiiuw UI..W ll.il. MU Nalic Hjrab WtUlil. Mr. Mark ll,inr..in mro .il ili Julia llui.ilU-- r "I a n h....l..r IrT ui Cincinnati W'tJuri!at ( brouib. Mr. FJ Tannrr W'r.liirUy riniiiilie H alln.il Xh. Lull. u l till" I'larr, Ihr hot irni by II" fiutb-iti.i-l ! Ual'i '4 ij.it ..liwi.. llh Oarbrr. friiii Ihta ilar xr I Manilar . f.,ll,. VI.. lina llurli 41 lllur l.lrk lr lullllr. wb. l I'ranr am I Ml.. .....I. ..I Fi.nlr Ih-'- lira. J ), Mlu II. rill. r bi Aiiibrw.n, , ilUr ll.ill.-r- (.,!:i. lliriull'. "0 lniUy hui. Mra. nil.-- , I.liiir..in II I" brr' Urn I. Nrvl.i., ul Uai.illl.'. I. ml 31i. Ibf lllrkni. ml aUrn.l.-- rrM.lw ami W'lliiirr immr. In hi' bate n..l.., l"-- UmiI Larlnia, Mr. jinii ruiil.if. MIm 1). Mrllraw ami ilauililrr. rre u lliutlllc W'rdiiriJar .hop. Y Oiifbins u( 11. lUiUurilll, Mrrlf. Mr. J. FALLING J ud j I) Haini.Mn ar ami Ibrm vMtUc Dr. HAIR Un- Itching Scalp and Dandruff are necessary-it' him- - and itching sculp. every trace of dandruff luin v.iur i.iilp get u largo 50 cent l...ttle'..r PARISIAN' SAOK today. Ynii ii"vcr iimciI n miiiv delight I'ul hiiir di.'iuig in nil ,iu- - life. Kv-- ti drop in I he bottle i filed with linn- growing virtue. I'AIIISIAN SA0K .aues the linir to grow piol'uM.'ly mill imparts to it that caunol n liiwier and iniliiiiu-I, tail to attract favorable coiiinirnl. II - guaranteed by (1. I.. 1'eni.y to and xli.p falling hair, itching It kill ihiiidruff. or money back. tho dandruff genu and keeps the Huilu Dull K.a ll.ltbrr hair full of life and youthful vigor. Alis-e- s Giacu and Salliu Goode. of l.bi Ijsi faiujilM-l- l I.iiit.'ii bottle flO eculrt at O. h. Pen- Louisville, are the gucbl- - of their rn-illarurr Mu'iala Howard ny's nnd druggist everywhere. The parents, Air. nnd Aim. J. I'. Cloode. llaltli-- llugl Ali- Messio llrmyn, of Cincinnati, Ilirilu lioitrr gin Willi in. milium uuii i" " " IUm UrlliolJ. is the guest of .Mrs. J, Xewell, .Vrll PaTU crv bottle nnd carton. jiikI ..i falling liani-- h jon waul o prevent haldue-- s - Alosn ltiin-c- ll since hi- - house burned down. Air. Josh Alvem ami iaiailv havu moved from Loui-vil- le to Ihi- - place. Mr, John Aloscr. who bought tho -- tore and coal jard from AlcClure and Waihllc is doing a gooil business He bundles the famous Fox Iti.lge " coal. Cull and see him. HtibeFn. The New Century Suiday Chins of Mr- -. Jame- - MeKcchuic lin- the Cliri-tia- u church will nerve ice t'hiiltnnoocM, wheiu hIiu cream and akc at Hon. M, M. King's hns visiting her hrnther. Air. Satiuday Aug. II. J. M. Itubin-oi- i. Giaiidma Saudidgc continue- - to A. L. It'aukiii m.I.I 1). F. be very ill ut her home. 1011 pound cattle fifteen Ali-- s Alabcl AlcClure is teaching a at (I cents BPr iMiiiid. very nchool at ArcCor-iiiael- ;. (Itolgc Itobcitn to la- -l Sitndav aflei- In.i.. Alt. Josh Al.vem ha- - opened up his el ci it I week- -. cunning liictoiy. T. ('. Kaiikia l.ou'.'hl ii pair of Air. LogaiL Aloscr, of llamiltoii, ()., mule- - al Laiiea-t- ei coin i iImv iw arrived lieu Sunday night t,i go with .'JSo. hi- - brothciH. John and William Alo-Luther Wilhilc. of Wayne county, In Hie bedside of their iiioUht. Airs. iu (hi- - ucighborhoiMl. Fled Aloscr, who is very nick ut Mr. Al.rrris Spoonauiorc. who has GilbeilV Creek. been in Califmuia for home time h Alics Alary and Kute llaii-othe homefolkn heie. aie visiting relatives at Someinet. Ali-- s Mary Cohliron left lu- -t week Hustenville. for Kiiiimis Citv, Alo to nttend nchool. Aim. Flunk Kddlcmau. of LouisAlis- - Kvu and Walter Atoser ville, in the elm lining guest of AlibS r (he fnie la- -t Thum. Klla llaiuette. Air. Will Cubbcll came down from dn.v. Airs. G. T. Milliard. Jr.. of Lan. Louisville Sunday to his mother. Air. and Jim. It. Al. Tate, Dr. 0. S. cahlcr, ha- - been (he guet yf Aim, liclm. Jr. William- - ami Alisx Fdaa lamuilz. I. motored to Le.xingion Suiidav. Stanrthin In L. L. Samlers' Cuntest. Miss Lois Willis bus returned Mr VV. 11. .NrKlaii.l . ,. 4Bt,.ln l.illlo lljin.i IV.. m an extended 4l5.:ill to Louisville. Mr. D.iti. (larurr 30rt,73 i Shelbyvillc, Lexington Mstula Holmaii and 343. SIS 'M-alla-eChi-cau'- o. er n, Unit-liste- Dawson lo auiee tor hi- - ( ILki-i'-- l ..!..m.,, .... J'oiid. and Maker wnald come in. Tilt iti' ul- - Wei., ri.fii.i.il. Tli.. sbeiiff and hi- - ih'tmiieK had Maker rm- -- cwfil d.tvn. nnd' if he l.nd not Ikcii in. n ,isMs "iiM hive fur hint au, he would have been captuiml. wilh Ciitin- All.iiiiev Vcrv iuK. hoin Arthur ltu--e- ll has rented rooms ' -it Ver-Kiiill- ... u ... M . .. t ..llll.Sld HIM) I '.'7.I.U5II .'.12.1111 Ml, fa'.T'JM .... . . 51.870 , .. ., 4il,S4 39.HU 3,742 arrived server, the convention of lust Siitur-la- y lt: Currm Jlrua. 2d IIul! for a short visit to Air. 1. L. llisnii. any nKf Cuiim Jlru.., l.t; VT. V was i.in.Io up of representative 2.1 Carpenter. (',T..n2''. mom i the r!,kH wcre ' Mr- Hqulfflrt l.t; Allen ,losc 2d. Alis-Charlotte and h.uii-- e Cook KsiikOrll twu bad taught wilh the q. 0. P fortv old Jitl. and nrrr Itolwrt vi-to t'aia)lhi l.t; Vratrli H Co. 2d. Je.irs ns,, hut now- - -- ecing i(s fl,ickfv left .Monday for n it JorL. nndrr lu rar. Vratrh ft Co. IK; relatives. OroTpr blUall 2.L pproacbmg dixin. and final ending , Jack, any arc ItoLcrt For.illi.., " Hie iMihlifiil boim-yarl.t. calch C.i, 2d. neck a Parties for Miss Lucy Minor new ad hotter standard FIVK OAITGU SAtlDI.K HOKSKS under which Alls- - Lulu Mcll limit und Air. Wal"o do battle. on,. JIarr or ,ar and under tn-The il.inta ft an.Vr.dal Alo-Ilob Jlilihill cnteitained at Alilledgeville r"V f windon,.3were ter hoirtr of Alls- - Lucy Almur last r .?.r'or ft',lllnC. lro lt; and under 52d. scan Itay most cons,,,,.,,,,,,, ; lllc iu Son nt, llcrnard Hayg 2d. m.xU .Irp, three ycara and und.r (our week. llaja l.t and 2iL lawn bv Inch b,,,ic-- s befo.e the b,dv All- -- -t Lulu Hell ltoit gaveiua honor i'J'ir,!i.r';ti'" '"T "K"" M"' c"l'n " laSaturday evening fete ' "WAI.KI.MJ H1.VI8 ot the popular, Ali-- a Lucy Minor, Wiltl,it Mallion. mbr or crlillnc llur T e I, ri'l, r'1 " "0l 2liinuicy in, Charlc. lshani 2d. who will leave Alilledgeville in a few mnt ..- - tucanioii ,:,,! will, Mare and 'oil of ini-- at heel Allen Kile. the ta-.- drn.s to make her home in Moyle ""JJ"rd --',l llon, .le auspice.- - attendant XrHlifc5-.!'- "' " vn ,, c county. The lawn wa- - beatititull.v , "ven whv may 11A1IXKS.S HOKSKS have ,1 M .with Japanese lantern--an- d decorated Iloc.au a marc or gelitmic Howard Van prestih,! ,,,, why may , withe the brilliiuit Iiuht of the r.lal. 1M, I.. K. Iti.Eers 2.1 Party K. tavorile child Pair uure. or K.ldini;, or marc and t A J. Colenun t.t;P W. Kay 2.1 Ma.-Alaster (t.K. C?o,mIi. of Danville moon made the evening an enjoyable . KoadMrr mar. Mat Cohen neci-ioi- i. Ices ami cake- - were serv-"- d Hii'lun 2.1 l.t; Ms.l.ng his JI1Illltl, TIm; which were: Xcll Ml'I.KS ti those pie-eilarc mule, three. Klhs, Ford, Alabel AlcClure, llarri. and Wwala, jeJr and under four Klli- -, James I !i..iiii.oii and Co., stiinr.ini nt, (itniriI. .mi- - Kiticaiil. Ktliel 2.1 Mare mule. I... jcur, and under three Hall, lilanchc Mariiettc, John Hicks, i:o!u;'Le:n.n,UT Gi'Ml""""' C. Arnold 1.1. lientry and Thoiupuin 2.1. Iliffe, Ora Burnett, Aliucile Male mill., one y.nr and under luo Ala-lAllen S.uiih, of Hi,,.., l.t nlry and Thoiup.ou nt and 2.1. m Prtutt, Geo. Ilnruette, Ztil.i Lad-Mha- - bee,, with I.N ll.ir.e. mill,., thrro .earn and euusiu, J.,M.h Pittitt, Alary Zollar, Clay Davi- -, OiiTall nt: Oentry and 'I Iioiiiimii orir John 2d Lre-- s. lor ,;,,. llIls H..r.e niul. two and Koger Dick- -, I.clia llrma ainl W.kmI, ear.W. under thns Sadie Iiome. T. Searcy 2d In. llorM' mul", one jvci and Jones. OU Alyem, .Marguerite Itout, uuder t.' Air. and Aim. Giover lle-te- r. Fuu-i- e Alyem, llenln and 'lliuuip.i.n l.t- Harri, and Wood. of Kobcit Xuiinelley, StaalWd. and .Mi,, u,,,!,,!, Harold Alo-c- r, Jirar Mai. ...Ii cith.r .ej Alaigueiile Moiling, Harri. and VV.hmI. sprinkles, ol Dawson's .Mill neclion A. 2d Ali'l'lurc, Evn Aoer, Kobr -t Imr, C Aruld ll.ntiy and TUoiiiiiton p. L. Tli..mpM, visiti,, weie .nrip 2d In. Alo-e- r, c, Dean and Caller, Million Harri. und Wi.la vv'ile. Man wilh in,,!, f.,,1 , f 1012 Lucy Minor, Je-- .- Itout, Olga llirri. and ,i. V.sl. Imj w C. Arnold 2d. Alls. Conrad limit, of Alt. Ver-m- Alyem, Jtiliu- - AlcKiuuev, Lulu ltoat, HOIt.nKS has been visiting her Wesley Grubbs, Cleve Itout, John - IJ.il iiameaa colt or tlll under ono riar Air- -. J. ii. ft..-- -. ii. i 2d.- !r iionu nt. J.marc or rrldinr. one Alffiiimuok, Lillie Kad- -. John Mark mrurt ualhon, .n Luna nnd Julie llrowu, of Alaiy Purduui, Walter Alarphy, Jir and under 2,1lvi.l 1J. Van Aradala nt, II Dix l.ivtr, wcre visiting Alis.-e-s anlleleer llir-n- o Walter Aloct. Lora ItcyuN.;,;;.. !,r. l,ri ler. bent Allen KuVku .Nayh.r and Gert utile Adams. nnd 2.1. old-, Xoah Lora Ijevaohls. ltHarney Air. and Aim. Al. O. Kcnnedv, of Will Murkelt. Alice Sayre, Clifton .ulli lure ..r geldinr, two and un.br Im-A- LIW Hugl, T.rL .;,), rc:,.,vc, Sandldge, Annie .Irhlbg M. 1:nn nt; . entry, 24 vtv W...,d lieyuolds, Dunn llnrnei,. Mali...,, here Suiidav. trl.Un?. biindidge, Mettie Xicholn. Algnr Wed- - and undir four Mat i.arr or nt, A. tbrcn C..l I here will he J. , Jd nervice.s Satiuday dle, Ada 1'iuitt. James Hanson Haine., mare, f,.r and ....r and Sunday at Hceeh Glove il.tpli-VV. lliy Mishop, F.lxu Atvers t Alaiy li'iiut. IH: llrrnar.l Hayt 2d church near While'.- - Alill tlarueu .ull, Foul, Alessm. Tom Itjut. man Hubert fur ,( l.t. Allen Kdeleu d mrr.M. ..i.. Air. 11. 0. CummiiiH and .Millard sut S.imp Milt Al.veV- -. Albert Alo-e- r, U1:Kl,1;ll!j' STAKK, are both II.H etl,r m.x, roll tit be rll.tM, Hubbard. I.uciea Al.vem. Alillad In American Haddl. Horse 1 IreroViV Air. J. J. Thoinpsoti, who ha- - been George Hubbard, Cm lisle t U poor health I'm- t ;.... llcb. Ilml.lard of Jlerccr. 2d: Mr.. Alyem. ltklr, off the poich and wan neveiely gave la- -t Fri- Ij.U.r l.onde.. ..f p.uvllle. 3d. Air. Walter Alo-,.!" i '"""" !""'"' -'" ",1 . rll' '! nhakeu up, day night one of the most enjoyable w,,u""'; Airs. Frank Lykius, who ha- - been receptions of the neasoH iu honor of i.. Il.c Hii,.l rluir of roll. onj where In tpiito nick, eontiiiiics to inipiuive. Alis- - Lucy Minor, at his beautiful l.UTi'li ""!' '" iT '"'un,, " ' nlly co'l Kins, dam i The Foiiith ymiavjeily ineetiii of country home. The veranda wan , baa own.d the reat Cray l mare I he Pieachei-nvillilch I. by the grand old lr 111,.,'t" )", d with Japanese lanterns il. circuit was held CohMl line last week. 1,'ev. W. K. Aiaold, und potted Howem which w,nn very; nt: K W. l?.ym2d "" "Ml,"--iP. L. conducted the services. His beautiful. Ali Mo lie Jones l,K,"V,'jr'i",",""',,"."y I.clia Mm IMl.r ill. subject Suiuhky evening "Why I am Ushered the young folks from their a Alelhodi-t.- " M'KI.VVkv was claboiatelv hand- io..m- - to the reception hall where I led and intensely appreciated by. the they were hnaitlly received by the biethreii. Good crowds out and good host, gticnts of honor uud four of order prevailed, excepting the loud Hieir friend- -, Ali-- s Lva Aier, Afu.1 talking ot j.iY a.n l. . juveniles who Johu Mack, Ali-- n .Mabel AleChnu ami Ul tffV. i B7 iiume ana isnt nhould have been npauked noiindly, Alter they SJluriuit-a - few iioura mil. Ml.- -, limi Air. I'vving Whiteiieek. Mflern.Hin. weie leeeivcd they marched into the clnnMl Ww ""!' M,r'1" ."'" W"B ' ''' HuniUy uu Hustonville. p.ulor hy the elegant music, which 'hirliii.al.ur. Mr.. I lie ccur.lon and Mr. W.lur (..k1o. Aim. Cuilli.ii Klkin, of Itucjthter. Air. Arthur Al.vcrs furnished. There I...M.O Kill, ,b,m. Sl,v m .,a.ld ",,r.l and In other, Air. Floyd WrWil, weie thev were culeilailied. At the piopcr dj Mli,..,, her molb.r, Mr. Kali. Coit.y. Mae l.ryc left Sunday for a Kuril giientn ut the Hotel Wcullicrfoul for time they ciilcied the dining loom, U ..ay utili frlrud. al Harr.I.burr and Sunday iliuncr. which was beautifully decorated ni.tiion A.iiiJ Mry True and Mi.. Mil Ilertha Miss Delia Comhe- -t - the gttet with potted and cut flowcin. Tliele ..rime., of Jjlmouth. arc the ,ery ullruclni-anpillar i.itor of Mla Kulb (VUlnc her ni'sler, Mm. Staulev Slc,Jieii--o- t cs ami cakes weie nerved. After tl.la wick. of Mil. ji, (,.w f Wa)lic.l,iir niippn all enjoved a flower ioiittt vl.il,. Mr. Ali-- n llnltiu llice ba- - rcliirucil to whii a wus won bv Mi-- s Lena M. Hr .litir.Sun. la) ll.rUrl Ue)l...l.l. l.i.l Salur dar rnd Jones, and Air. Jen- - Itout, the prize i llrollirr Klrlil.u; ..iuiiiirii..il a her home at Danville. ri(. of at the hur.li Wcdncduy Alins Pope, of Cincinnati, in the bring a bunch of cut roses. All let l nlhl. Ilrolh.r II.llji.ll.l I. . a iuiiik iry aide and nc j..ure )...i that ..u will hear guct of Ali-- n Ola Williams. al a lete hour feeling as if thev had S"id nlrn.l. Aim. Walter VaiiAmdale ,..f Moyle. -Kill a pleasant evening with Air. a ." 'ii. Iinrilali.tn lo goiry una l umlliia.d I., lite.,' I. Il Miiee. rauic up froiu N.mer.ei on Tho-- e pie-ewere: Hill-nivisited Aim. II, It, Cauiuit. hist week. the AleCluio. Aliucile Prnilt, 'Albeit ht'.i.t. and Tanner attiruoou uitlt friiud.. Alis Meltie Logan ba- - it MU. Iti.th and Mr.. Tom Oray ", Lucy .Minor. (Jt Myem, I.eltu u in t. Wiiuhe.tir thU "... uherc Ilicy of Indie- - appaicl, fiibu Chicago, for will .und da wilh lb. Ir aunt, Mrv. Hiva few weeks, and will be pleased to .lone- -. Men Pruill, Alary Haii-o- u II C Nuimi. Il.y ing Whiteiieek, Annie S. Keyiiolds, M.. Kul.y S..lt ha. returned .i her boiue have iho-- e iulcre-tc- d call. j..il.ille afl.r a ww ral ib).' vi.it Iu ..i Ali Oln William- - bus returned Alice Savie, Clifton Saadidge, Coin ll.e ..m. il.le, mar i.i.ii. I Mi I' MMe- ami wife, of V'aur.bur(, visit to Stanfoul Iteviiohls. Jess Itout, Alaltie Mishop, from a plca-ariot,, ujt lu.t Saturday, and .pent Sunday Madison Saadidge, F.va Aloser, John nill, he bun,.. fo! fiieiids. MaMail-- , Lulu Itout, Harold Jlo.-e-r, Aliss .Martha Loui-- e Lipps attendd Tli" dciuocratn of'Teiines-c- e Zelln bel AlcChue. Walter Alo-e- r, ed the commencement at Itichntond tin out fluv. Ilcaton McMilluii Cnikston. Dean Timberlake, Oneita lust week. Foul, Maiimi fur uivoinor iu the piimary Tliurs-daAtr. and Airs. Will DUhop huve Shewmaker, Ernest M returned from a visit to Mr. and rfostir. Sat-ttitlcItrud-foidsvil- le Airs. Joseph Ware. MURPHY'S GREAT COLT Aliss Knbortn Olmstend, of Louin-villWINS AT HARRODSIURG is the guest of ltev. uiul'Mls. At Preachers vl lie M. E. Church An II. F. SurleH. Interesting Event. Lincoln County Exhiblters Prominent Aliss Cora Alne Goode hns returnAmonq Premium Takers at ed from uu extended it to CinPrenchcrsville Aug. 1 Mercer County Fair. cinnati mill Louisville friends. Tim Sllli.Ii'. 'oeliuul lAllyot tho Al, Aim. Tony Walker ,of Aliisnippi, K. church Sunday morning drew a All roads hnve lead to Harrods-bur- g is the" guest of Col. and Aim. "W. IL good crowd. The house, was packed Williams. this week, where the Alcrccr with many on the outeide. The sung Itcv. H. F. Surlcs will tuke bis county people have held the best fair cervices weie fine. Supt. Oscar vacation iu Scifcmhcr, and will iu the of the Mercer County Hollrclaw made a timely talk on the spend the mouth at South Cuioliiia, Fair Association. The attejulauco .Sunday nchool nnd its mission. Next his home each day has been large, the best vf, stale. on the program was a well rendered Airs. I. C. Mrown, of Danville, vis- horse stock mortal eyes ever rented duet hy the Alis-AleAlistcr. Aliss ited her Aim. Cale Mrown, f upon ban been shown, the weather Ina Scott, of Lawnon's Chapel, was )his city, last week. has been perfect and the order exne.xt with "Who Should Attend SunAir. ami Aim. It. Al. Tate were iu cellent. The hospitabU Alcrccr counday School." Fniir youii" girls of Danville shopping Tuesday. ty ,. ... people have . literally .,outdone Hebron Sunday school then sang in e.iif rioinn.g uie visi3frs. W. il. Nave will give a mi- iiifiii-cive- n "Prai-- c the Loul." Aim. Arndiull xer tea ut her home Saturday. Aug. tor- and the general good time which Ncwbtnd then gave an address on was i. uu at uie c.xmuiuoii wiucii "(he Home Depaituiciit iu the school'' II. from lour to six for the older peo- comes to ii close this afternoon will ple and -- i.x to ten for the younger Ilcv. Arnold devoted some time to iwoplc. he a memory to the thou- However all are coidially kf..iil-- pleasing l.i.,jt...t I.., I.Au the subject "I low to Get Young Peo- invited. The benefits i it,,,,, nl .11. ....v.. ..a aiu,..! 1ai,,- ate to go for eolu county people ple in Sunday School mid Keen Them weie on hand and the ll.issriun. Tlic-ic.Air. Will Penv. house, of Jackson, the excellent stock lrom tin good The clo.-in-g uddie-- n by Air. Sam foiuitv ctuiicd out many yards of is houie for his vacation. ll.ltclaw, Siipeiinlciident of Hebron Ali- -s Mcecber N'cwbern left Thurs- bin.; ribbon and a large number of tin- - liberal school wan both timely and inlcrcst-in- g day for Mirmiiigbam. Ala., to attend a oeiiilinii. premium- - bung up by the Following is u list of the and show- - him to be fully liou-- e party given by her cousin, mo- -t imporlaiit ii with the purpo-e.-- .' awards up (o Tluim-da- y aims Ali-- x .Mut ry Adams, nnd work of hi- - branch of religious evening the fini-- h of tho third Aliss Xnncy Wine will ive a instruction nnd is a wpenker wlio can church eutcrtitinmcnt, ou Aug. 10th, day: lh.ar inr act lingra Ilrnn. l.t and 2d. keep bis awake. 8 o'clock for the beiietit of the Sow anv ... If.... 11... l.t. Owing to the press of iim- -i urgent at H.llird ad Maptist chinch. Alt taking part arc I'.iny n..t imr 14 hand.. K.lwar.l Jfitrl rll woik ou the farm, hay harvent and of the best local talent. All are 1.'. Iranlhn Kitrliu 2.1. thrc-Inn- g which on nccoiint of the loidiallv invited to conic ami help a Kilwitfi m orr 14 band.' I.. m. drlirn2d. Krjnktlu Kdrlrn Jlltrlifir contiimous rainy weather, of nomc good cause. .n lift. ..P wl.l !.!. ..M scats ou sale L..l .. .'., .. time pant, bad been dclayeiClhe atbli lit: Mtnllard Ilnnta 2d. G. C. Itiffe's. I.croralnl ponr rlt Ci.inb, McClrllaiid lit tendance of the progreivc follow- at Ali-- n Carrie Lipp- - arrived hint Sarn Caldall 2d. ers from the Last Knd lo the l.i'l. week for a short visit, to Airs. W. D. Corn n Iw.i jrara old W. V. Hrarne 1,1; llroi 2d iu yai,r t.jtv Saturday, wnis Hull art Ware, before leaving for Moston. and uidrr twi-- I.. T. I.ur-Inmost assuredly, only about half l,t. Curren llroi. 2d Ali- -s Pliscilhi Xcvvlieru is spendIttlll lilt. I. r l.n.1 l.,rl'.ipr.n tlrn. 1. what it otherwise would have been. ing a fiw week, at Crab Orchaid and 2.1. Interest 111 the new party is in I'aUT 111., t ua ,AA .. ... If Spring-- . flrtt l.t: Hrfi ll.xldard 2.1 and increasing and the ..w onf jfar and un.lr two II. O. Alesdamen W. D. Wure. nnd Har- even thq most luke- kins in: llul.lrv .t R..v "A -- pent la- -t week at yrar liuplfy k Sray 1M; CV.B "nrt'r nn warm adherent i in u danger T. V. Ilankini 2d. of Chattanooga. nbaten.ent. To the most casual obIlir.i. Lull and Ihri- cow. llcb Uoddjr.l .Mr. Luke Carpenter SUNDAY SCHOOL e, vi-hi-lo- ry es ni-t- .,, .- ..,. ., r Ite-eiv- i,, eoii-veiili- ar cvi-tlen- .1 -- Mi-h- oi - yr d, "Jlle '' er d J m ,,, cel.t-In- ,.,: l: ut er .. Me-s- ie .,,, en - l- c-ci- Ali-sc- p, ln.-tu-a, fide-ma- 1 er rcpriM-nted- 1 t e l' M:r"tbrj"ur!riir; - n. 1 .r. Mo-er- .ll ut nt dc-ijy- icr Mo-ci- 1 - nt iioni-mule- v. 4. r Z 1 -r- ,- -" t THE INTERIOR JOWWIAL, ITAWFlBt, KEHTUCK1 FmOAY. AUIU1T 2. 1112 C07 7i? 7"Ae Old Fashioned Country Fair M Stanford AUGUST 21, 22 and 23, 1912 For Catalogue and Particulars, write J. F. CUMMINS, Secretary. o Under the Auspices of Diadem Lodge, No. 81, Knights of Pythias, The Imerior Journal 8AUFLEY from nuy mispieion tlio best ninn win. frnu.1. It ' SAM BHELTON M. .Proprietor I A TEAll 8TKICTLT IK ADVAJ.CE Entered nt the rofolee at Stanford at eteee mall matter DEMOCRATIC TICKET WILSU.t. For rrtridtntWOODHOW For Vice President TIIOS. R. MARSHALL 'Ili announcements In Ihii column are o( randiilatca (or office, subject to the action of Ko announcements the Democratic primary llt be made, unless paid lor in adraucet For Congreet J. A. SULLIVAN. o( JtaJilon HAHVEY HELM, ol Lincoln For" CommonweaUh'i Attorney rOUYEAB, of Bojla HMMETT W. B. UURCII, of Lincoln For VKUIL McMULLIN. Tor Sherlf SI. B. BAUOHMAN B. W. GIVENB J. O. WEATIIEIU'ORD T. J HILL For County Juigt T. A. KICK St. P. KOKTII Tor Circuit Ctirk J. D. WEAKEN ' J. F. HOLDAH W. M. DUNCAN Tor Jailer TEYTON rAKRIBH GEORGE DEBORDE DINK FAKMKIl WILLIAM II. HESTER For iutttor V. h. BECK Political Announcements lltpr''ttlr X f? i 1. R. II. BRONAUGH P. U. 8ANDID0E J. II. BOONE V W. T. OAK.NKIl LAKE SIORGAN B. SI. OWENH 4 For Jlattttrato UagUttrial district: J. T. ROBERTS WILLIAM FIELDS J. D. EADS JOSEPH L. GOODE Sutect to Republican primary Orchard UhsUl trial district. W. R. DILLION JOHN KENNEDY Middlcbura. Dr. Robert Jatper, of I'tilnski, will locate hero about October 1st for thn prnctico of his profession. Dr. Jasper is well recommended ns n physician, mid citizen, nnd, wo for him a liberal sharo of of this vicinity. more Methodist were Theic preachers here Inst week than yon could fclmkn n stick nt. They were hero from every quarter nnd niuong them wcro sevcrnl quite nble men. Our people enjoyed some of tho best of prenrhuur. nnj tho town nnd community was Rrently blessed by the comiiij: of tlios-- Godly men. There is a kind of family reunion going on nt the home of Mrs. Mary Adams here. Mr. nnd Mrs. Clarence Coleman nnd Mrs. J. S. Drown, of r, Louisville. Mr. nnd .Mrs. Henry of Ludlow .nnd Mr. nnd Mr. Will Adams ,of St. Louis are here for n week's stay. It is hard for our people to agree on the new game nnd fish law. Attorney Qarnett's opinion has been sought nnd when he is heard from the much talked on subject vijl likely be dropped. The individual drinking cup is being required in the schools of this county, and tho prico of them will pcrhnps advance. A tin cup will last the average school boy about three days, when n new ono will be necessary' Rev. K. O. Martin, who teaches nt Lanham's on the Liberty pike, says a number )f cups were sent to his 'school last week with the handles nlrcndy off. ak o LiR-ne- In Stanlord lioinp in Oleuco, Okln, nftcr visiting ROBINSON'S PIANO CONTEST STARTS WELL lolntives here. Misses Sidney and Virginia CrawFirst Publication of Vote Shows ford, of Mt. Vernon visited Mis Ella Many Younq Ladies Beina FaBelle Xcultiml first of tho week. vored By Their Friends. Robert nnd William Cn9S have returned homo nfter a sevcrnl o y.'iin Rfmiiison'o is visit in Stanford. starting off with much interest being Mr. mid Mrs. .1. W. Tuto spent Inst manifested. Votes for a handsome Saturday and Sunday in Louisville. 400 piano nre jrien with each David C'rnig of Quail, was hero mndo nt his store ,nnd the young lady receiving the highest Sunday. Mr. mid Mrs. Robert Wilmott, of number of votes will be nwnrded the Kept"!!, i,r' the of his mothpiniio. Each young Judy is designated by a number, which she alone er, Mis. M. E. Wilmott. Mis Virginia Davis visited Miss Knows, and those friends whom she tells and in this way no undesirable Cljdo Wntooii from Saturday until publicity is given. The following is fcuudny. 1'hillips wns oer from .Morris tho standing of those young Indies who nro being voted for, this week: Wildio Sunday. Mrs. Ireland and children have reas 2.000 l 2,mx !! 2,MIO 3i 5,040 turned to Mays wile. 3 2,85 373,000 C. C Cablu wns up from Dan4 3,KK) 38 3,0ii(l ville, lie wns accompanied home by S 30 2.00H 2,10 H 2,000 40 J.UOU his wife, nnd Mrs. Ida Robinson. 7 2,000 4 f 2.000 Mrs Ellen Holmes, of Crab Orch7 70 0 1,000 43 2.00H ard, is with relntives here. 10 1,00(1 Mr. and Mrs. b L. Denhnm, and 442,000 11 2,000 45 2.000 little son, of Mt. Vernon, spent first 4(1 12 I.noo 2,000 13 2,325 47 3,01 of the week with their parents. 14 2.0OO 4 2,000 Miss Xnncy McWhortcr, of Dcrcn, 15 2,01)1) 40 3,001 was hero n short time. Wednesday. 16 2,45 50 2,250 lilnnchc Crawford, of Mt. Vernon, 51 2,000 17 2,000 ' A3 2,0(10 has returned to her homo nftcr vislfl 3,330 532,380 iting Miss Etta Frith. 103,000 5 12,000 20 2,000 21 55 2,000 2,000 Miss Annie Tate, Messrs. Walter 5C 2.OC0 2 2,000 Tate, 23 2,000 572,000 Miller, Will Fih nnd VictorSunday ., firt 2,000 were down from Mt. Vernon 34 2,000 """ 2,0(10 2'i 50 2,000 night. 00 2,000 30 2.000 Mr. and Mrs. Cnrl I'mitt, daugh(11 2,000 27 2,000 2H 2,000 .02 3,000 ter nnd son, of Kirksville, hnvc been 32,000 recent guests of Mr. and Mrs. J. F. 29 2,005 4 SO 2,000 2,000 nUon. (15 2,000 . 31 2,000 ( 2,000 32 2,000 Arthur Anderson, of Paris is vis07 2,000 iting his cousin Henry Anderson. 33 2,000 34 2,000 pi.-.r.pur-clinic ijiu-KtH 4J-2,- I0) Fox-Ridg- e Coal Fox-Ridge. Now is the time to stock your winter supply of COAL. None Prices better than right. We fork all our Coal YOU GET NO DUST. J. H. Baughman & Co. Phone 11 Stanford, Kentucky. ' RS-H- 1 "' i- -' Tfc..Town, iwum. iHUYoutn. e. , .mrum t KL.k.r-ssheiw- s" Tzrz. BUR -- j. . c4 -. ri1 i:.1:-ri - We in Crab I Before this issue of the I. J. goes into the hands of sorao of its renders, the first compulsory primary over held in Kentucky will be well under wny. It will be a trial here of n law which has proven very popular in other states in which it has been tried, and we believe that the wisdom of the last legislature in placing it upon our statutes will bo fully vindicated. However, in view of tho fact thnt the fields are very limited in most jmrts of the state in the primary tomorrow, a much better jjennrnl test will probnblv be obtained nt the time of the county primaries next j'ear. The primary law was ennctcd chiefly to brine: the selection of officials 4'loBor into fliA hnnils of thn ppnplo. Democrats especially should see it it ii MiL'cos mill nun iiuiiiiiiauuiis made under its provisions nro fairly mm spnnrelv mntle. Tho time of political riluldurcerv fa over. Election crooks and ballot box stutters nro Vettinj: mi?hty near tho end of the rope everywhere. Tho first direct primnry in Kentucky should bo free i . week. thanks to our relatives nnd friends and to each and every one for their valued kindness shown us during the illness and death of our dear daughter, Ethel. Especially Cominq to See The Senator. we do thuhk tho Rev. Bro. Couch (Frankfort State Journal.) nnd wife 'for their spiritual ndvice Senator Hubble, of Lincoln county ii ml nssistnucc. Mr. and Mrs. J. S. is preparing to grow thirty ncres of Lee. buckwheat wherewith to fatten his hogs. That amount of buckwheat Marksbury. put n largo number of swine Thos. Hackley, of Lincoln countv. m A- -l condition for slaughter. The vns with some of his old friends here Senator need not be surprised if Tuesday. pome of his fellow members of the We are sorry to know thnt Mrs. General Assembly should drop in on J. V. Mnlian is confined to her him for n visit about room again. (time. That i'estnl period on the fann Muss Hnttie Leigh of the Shelby always causes a lot of Kentuckians City section, is the attractive guest to want to get back to the soil. of her sister, Mrs. Levi Kelly this hog-killi- felt deire td express our Card of Thanks. heart- r nrire It upon jrou to pirate o(r in every two eeki. We poil you hare tiveljr cannot honor TotM nnlt ame here In time to record them lor publication Watch lor the llomif Volea. HAM H01IIXS0.V. lrint Oontftanl, To vote for W. S. Barch Ui )a 4 ttr. j w&i a -- i a s-- -i - v: tzz: J -- """:" rrLJrj wj,,wt-Ws- S i -. . L aa mc. for Commonwealth's Attorney not put your X in the 4th square from the top of the ballot, like this: Sample Ballot. ever be written -- rg4pr-3tSe nrm Start a bank account today the YUNG man, be aworld lies before you. You can millionaire just as well as the local man about whom the above was written. A bank account is the first step Start today. J apouiyuur asjBiB MaB fls Mrs. William Blanks entertained a number of her friends nnd relntives nt Jier homo Sunday. Little Miss Estellc Minor has returned to her homo after n visit to Mrs. Levi Kelly here. D C. Bybee, tearalns contractor lirlne at C69 Keelinir Court, Canton, III, ll now well rid of a aeTrre and annminc case of kidney tronMe. JIli back pained and he waa both- THE "FK00KE8SIVE" l'AKTY Is the individual, man or woman, who uses I'olcy Kidney Pills for backache, theumstism, tack, asd ether kidney and Madder Foley Kidney Pills are heal e inc. itrenctheninr. tonic and quick to beneficial results. Contain no harmful dmrr. Never sold In bulk. Put up in two slsei In sealed bottles. The cenuine In a Mtagar and Tann-- r ;e!l'w Democratic Party For Congress HARVEY HELM The smallest opening deposit is heartily welcomed at this bank. J A. SULLIVAN STATE BANK & TRUST CO., Capital $50,000. w. Brodhead Jesse and John Fish were over fiom Duckeye, Tncsdav. Miss Susie Cnble is visiting in Mnretbuig. Mrs. Emma Frith is visiting in I For Commonwealth's Attorney Surplus $500 J. D. J. S. re. Stanford, Ky. .. v. "... ..:..". .w 1 ered with headachra and diny "I took Foley Kidney I'illa jutt at ilirerled and In a few dayt I felt much better Sty life and strength seemed to come back, and I sleep well I am now all over nr trouble and clad to Kcommend Foley Kidney Pills." Try them Ol... rnusrs .1 ana lanner. iIl. ... ' Livingston, Mr. Rowers .- -i : ! !.- -, ..- - ;:at7. ?T'..eA"". A. a" ::.:?:. "" ..Tim has returned to "" her ..i :..-- .- """ A,esAs..w.At;:s:i.a ...- Il! saaasB I G. L. PENNY, V. Pre,. M. B. SALIN, Cashier. l Mccarty, . pres. EADS, RICE. V. Pres. S. ALBERT PHILLIPS, ' HIHBHHaBIBlBaBaiiBV'iiMBBBliaBBIHHHIBHHBBBHBiHiBSMMSjA . - ..' t 7 tt t - j z '. . itii.vtu.'ut. . . . rr .. . . .A. The Great Danville Fair August 7, 8 & 9 Side Attractions Galore I. M. DUNN, Secretary, .; . V.'.V .' v MX ' 1 Enlarged Floral Hall and Poultry Department. SSa Finest Nerry Go-Rou- nd a?.-.- . ' Big Premiums in all Departments In the United States (iV and a Most Liberal and Interest i ing program throughout. mm r With $750 Band. Danville, Kentucky. .. For Catalogs and Other Information, Address W. P. G1VENS, President, MHm!& ,V,Vi v.w.v rv,. J- - THE INTEHIOW JOURHAL, STANFORD. KENTUCKY. s Competent and Qualified To Discharge the Duties. Iling-linmtn- n, $f:: VOTE FOR Democratic Nomination Circuit Court Clerk Primary SATURDAY, AUGUST 3, 1912. Juscll Ilrown went to Ml, Vernon Prove What Swamp-RoWill Do Thiimday for n short stay. For You. Miss Kntlienno Ifeid Is the 'iiest Send to Dr. Kilmer & Co., if .lws Mary Kodes in DamiUc. NV., for snmplo bottle. It Mr. II. ('.Walter bus been oil tliu will convince nnyonc. Von will also nek list for n few dajs. receive a booklet of valuable InforDr. J. P. Rallcy, Refractionlst, Miss Sadie I.ilhird is KpcmlitiK mation, telling nil about the kidneys hcvcinl days at Crab Orehnnl. mid bladder. When writing, be sure Miss Oeiirnio Cabbell, the popular to mention the Stanford Interior who has had 14 years' experience telephone operator, is quite ill. !t.iiimmI, T. K. Wnlrt.ni of Lancaster was correcting optic disorders and patweekn' May (luff. here Friday. SHORT LOCAL NEWS Sprinkle hoM lii crop of Willinm I!. C. Walton pit back'Ifome from ronized by more than 10,000 people wheat to CV S. Lyon, (iripri'tr of SmnerM't pist in time to vote in tjie Spec ml 10 cent cijiar- - at Penny's "Tliu IHvorhiilo Mill'' "t 1. luiinnry. (M-', licr .Mis. .1. P. of I.ouisillu is the Henll Stoic. In Kentucky, will he at the Veranda Mr. Margaret l.yim in DanCut, nnil Mrs. it IT with pnn'iiU .Mrs. Li;mi W...l at 'insure with the leadinq comDudilerar. ville'. prepared to Mrs. J. W. Acey is the piest of panies. Fish & Bromlcv. represent Hotel AUGUST 6 to 10, I.iirilo t'ioH-- Iiiih returned Mi wIimo kIio km tlio hef imients, Mr. and Mrs. ,1, W. them. All lines. from Pmiville. I Inches! at Lancaster. cupst of Mrs. Phelps ColiU. fit all eyes that will respond to llflht. Mrs. W. 1(. llice, of LoiiLsville, 8irt or Ohio city nr loittx), l MiKc Hollo ami Ailelin IIuhm-Ititter assed through here Pnday on her THAKX I.ir Coc.vit. oath " ho U wulor Lnvo rcluriu'il from Prescription work a specialty. J. CiitNCT nukci tlut I way to Crnh Orchard Springs. t to Mi. HurkiT. n uruirr ol tl nrm ol ( I.J. OitMt A Co. loin Mr. W. C. Pcttiis mid ehililieii, biulnrM In Oi II.Olr uU Tolnln.willOnmtjr th n.l.urnUIoil Virginia Hourno 1ms retiirneil Miss Brni pr l riirralil. l vi-- it ixillaii hi mil 0 iiiit to Mrs. Phelps who lmvo been very sick for two tiBill lir.NHni.Iith&t cnnot tx cunl bf ml uh ol Glasses to suit your eyes and frames luino after rM Catariih improved. weeks im ery much 1I1LL' CATimul ClC L'olih nt Danville,. . Mrs. Ilitnir WilkiiiMin siM'iil Sat- - Kxoni to Xxisn ae irA Mrs. J. H. Pnxt'm nnil iliuiL-htc-r la mr pmrncf. made to harmonize with the features nro nt the frnli Urcluir,! Srtnp fw unlav ami Sunihiy with lclatncs in Uiu tth dir of IMCtmorr, A. i.. iv.OLH.VSON'. ; A. W. i i (il--- i' Libcity. n M'JIaL' XOTAUt I'CIUF. I of your face. I I Mr. and Mrs. W. L. lUbee, of Allen is viitiny - Ktln-- r H. Mif.ii'. rs.f.rrh CAirti k ukfn Intrrnallr andof aru bt bkmd and Mr. nml Mm. K. Allen, neiir Kiinm Ahhlaui are the quests of her sisters, dlrrtlr np)n (or IratlmoolaU. muroua aurfacrs the trn. send . mtrm. Mesdames J. It. Harris and J. cottage; good r. J. t lir..i.i w. ioiruw.w For Sale sold tr ail iminuu. iv. of Ijincnutcr, Hrynut. mr nmnlpatloa. Allin Ymitis Min faat Hall J'amllr Itlw barn; chicken house; gulden; be orMisses Klizabcth mid Xnney Jliinn win the Rii.t of Mi' Lotlio Cuthoii al fruit tiecs; possession Jan. JM. hare returned home after u visit to 01-- 2 tlii week. A ilnr trd steer, weighing nliout liud lloldclinim. Minn Uiieia Iliinlin. of Lmiisulle. their aunt, Mrs. II. C. LeComptc nt 700 Mind, left my place this week. Mrs. Hcttie Caldwell, Frankfoit. in here r. Finder will plcaso notify Fox with The I. J. acknowledges Mr. Harry llobinsim nnd two nml other relntivex. thanks n complimentary to the Mt. nt uf ChtiltiifiiioKii, nr visiting .1. ('. I.yim nrv Mr. nml Mi. Vernon fair which will he held net lher relan hovernl their Krnndmotlier, mid Crnh Orehnnl Springs Jiiht received by express lino of week. tives heic. ilnyn May. l'enny'n the MiHfs Jessie Norman Cnitcher, Xunnnlly'fi eandiei. Mint Minnie Cuter went to Crnb G0-at tho Presbytciiun Services Orehnnl Spring Tluiiilny to( nin of Nirholasvillc, .Ioseihiiie Chcmiull,, Rexnll Store. church on Sunday Auk. 4, Hible d mul Mursnret Covinuton, of ilavs. several Don't forxel the picture nnd Lydia Klmore, of Lancas- limit Friday and Saturday .how at llie opera fcchool nt 0:30. .Morning service at Ilrv. J. H. Jones, of the Bnpt:.t nlxhn "Thou ShaJt Not ter, compose an nttrnctive ho'ise-part- v The Victim of llie Mormons" Saturday 11 o'clock, Subject ehurrh, t nt Hnttlc Creek, Inkiiitf Steal. The sacredncss of Property. nU'.t al the opera houae. 1). Meltoberts. at Miss Allan his vaention. "( film each nlse, Vriday and .1,0110 Hrotherhood will Mi-- s Lucy Peterson, of Cuthiann Katutday frtt tho opera liou.v. Come, food Tho Presbyterian his at Clirenee Singleton i by Ranfurd orelidm. Wet at 4 o'clock. Young Peoples' fnetnls here, riu.ie Mm. lluhblo nt Wny- - who has been Kninilinother, Meeting nt 7 o'clock. left for Paris Friday where she will neshniv. Tho lav books for 11)12 have been nml wife, of Mem- visit her brother befxtre returning to icady for some lime, please call and") Dr. Olu Mo-At Ye Olde Folkcs' Conccrte you phis, Teim., mo here, visiting his her linine. settle. W. I.. MeCartv Shetiff. 02-will hear tho songs we nil love mid parents, Mr. mul Mrs. Mos-er- . i the children should hear. At oper.. Entertain House Party Miss l'.llle Hnuehiumi is eampiii'.' I.n- -t A tan eont, between Itowrcn hniiM Atigu- -t 0th, with a erowil of near Owenshoro One of thu Host enjoyable cxents (iooili'V place on Ihixtniiville pike tlwenshiiio f rie mis. She has been of the beas.)ii i.imoii tho youncer and Cr.ib Orehnnl. IMca-- c return to Secretary of the A. M. UMtiiuj there for i!e.ral weeks. Mt, was thu leecptiou given on this tilllcc. It Hockcastle Iliatt. county fair lirodhcndj 1). Mrs. ltcio. llobinson, of Louisrimixlay evumiig by Miss Anna Ky.. wiites that the catalogues of ville, has Rdiie to C'rah Orehnnl to Meltoberts in honor of her house A feti- -t of cultured enjoyment at their coming exhibition, nro ready lierc to upend a week after u vMl luty. Misses Crutehcr, Cheuaiilt, Ye Olde Folkcs' Conccrte, solos, for distribution, mjd that ho will be Mrs. K. I). Kails. her Coxiiigtiiii and KlutAie. Miss Juan duel- -, iiunttets choiic-c- s rounds by glad to mail anyone n catalogue tlint Mis Klinholli Holmes has .Mount, of Lancaster presided nt the our bet talent. C'miiic and lmvo n will kindly drop him a cmd. ! Ii.t lirimo ill ('rah Orehnnl punch bowl most charmingly, nnd 14 pood time and help Rood cause. iiftcr a visit to Mr. Sjiciirs Fisher the usual hour delightful refresh- .ilmi.---!.)- ii J.")c, 2oc nnd l"c. STOPS SCALP ITCH. nml Iiimily. ments wcto served. Tho evening was Miss Salliu Cooke, of l'ittalmrp, a most delightful one in every way, Privately. Farm of 103 Dandruff and Every Form of Scalp For Sale Pa., who hns heen here with her sis- a charming method of presenting acres, in high stale of cultivation, Diseasn Cured Quick by Zemo. ter, Mrs. Gourde H. Cooper, went to her attractive guests to hocie'v here. nnd well located. Address Lock Ilox week to vMt friends Nasliille this Among thoxe pre.scut were: Miss 210, Stanfoid, Ky. It is simply wonderful how Zcmo mul relatives. Maltha Wallace Jones, Mr. H illicit goes after dandruff. You rub a litMr- -. Kate P. Miller, who is spend- CuriHMilcr, Mi Moreland. Paulino Jones, Mr. tle of it with tips of the fingers. It ing the Mimmer nt Crnh Orehnnl Welch Kochester, Miss Mary M. Mr. and Mrs. Mat Carson, of Springs, enmc down Vednedny to guests of Mr. Tom gets right down into tho glands, were the Mr. Morrison Hrighl, Miss stimulates them, stops the itch, &Mml n week. Mr. Howard Hell tho first of the week. Mary K. McKrnney. the head feci fine. No, it Mr. Xevvlnnd, Miss Lylo Conner. Mr. Mauler Paul (larmnii, sou of Misg I.ylo Simpson, of Somerset, .mul Mm. V.. C. (larman is in Mar- John M. Waters, Miss Lucy Lee bin been the guct of Miss Mmy isn't sticky. Zcmo is a fine, clear, vanishing liquid. You don't haveto rowbone, Cumberlanil eounty the Wahiiii, Mr. Wullucu Sinclctou, Mik Hanson. his irrandpitrotits, Mr. ami Kale Itancy, Mr, Tom PJiillips Miss Sallio Tucker mul Mi8 Pit- even wnsli your hnmls nttcr using Mrs. Kiiest of 7omn fnr Mrs. V. I., flnviniin. .....'. Ami wlinf n wnmlnr it is -- -Mary M. Kancy, Mr. Hay Farmer, of man, of Parksvillc ,wcio thu gucats eczema, ...... ....... .. ..v....... .nil skin rash, pimples and M. 1). Shearer, nml S. II. Oalts, MeKinney, Miss Mary C. Watts, Mr. ot .Airs. li. It. Jones' last week. Zemo is prepared by h. .Ii-- s Miirion mid Master Harold afflictions. of Mouticello, ran down hero Wed- Stewmt Carson, Miss Josephine Co., St. I.ouip, Itoso Medicine to their homo at nesday from llustonville. whern Mr. Klizn Mom? lctiirucd Mr. Mac Fisher, Miss his wife who JliHiian, Mr. llinton Coleman, Miss Ilmiiiltou, Ohio, Sunday after it jro., and is guaranteed by all drugShemer hud conic for had been milking a visit to Mis. C. LisMi lioltzclaw, Mr. Thomas Cole- pleasant visit with their cousin, Miss gists to gtvo perfect Bntisfnction. endorsed nnd sold in Stanford b" M. Hack. Thev imido the t' man, Miss Winnio 1). Hibli, Mr. Jack Fa Mosor. Mrs. Austin Hml is visiting her tho Penny Drug Store. lliffinili in n l'.n.l nrit nml cnnl HV Ncnbctu, Miss, Florence Cutter, .Mr. f.vu.il tho rands in rather had tdmpc ( la Dav'is, Miss Yernn Itout, Mr. daughter, Mrs. Peter, at Snnbright, until tliev nit (no MncHin county piKc Hurt Outer. Miss Mary S. ()ok, Tenn. Minor attcuilcd the Miss l.tu-Mr. Joseph Hopper, Miss Klizabcth at llariDiKljurg last week. lliginus, .Mr. Ilairis Coleman, Mis r. Misses Mnrgueiite and Mario of Danville, Mr. ciio Woodson, of lluuisiilo ,aio visiting tela-tite- .s Meltoberts, of Lancaster, John here. Misses Patsy Kinnaird, Pernio Lear, Miss Annie Snow Keynolds is visu Kathleen Wnlteis, Maiy Klmore, Mi.--s Maggie Holmes Snow, nt Mm gn ret Klkiu, MIhs Joan Mount iting Messrs, Knig, of Lan- Science Hill. rtqmm ipteiml noaruhnunt of of Lancaster. chimed Ayer's Hair Vigor keeps the Mi. Will llurkc oaty awWnutafion. caster, liastiu, Witheis, MuCarty fioiii u pleasant vi-- it has Tenneswith scalp clean and healthy, Cooper, Hill and Vcager. see relatives. destroys all 'dandruff, and contain thai vital prepartUt Miss Mary Zelar, of Stanfoid, is His Landlady's AoVTtr greatly promotes the growth in concentrated form and tho guest Ail Mr. mid Mrs. Snm bishProbably Saved His Life op. . them all over th body of the hair. You will cerwithout taxing til dif attion. Newport, line Miss Alice Snyre tainly be pleased with it as 2 bcott nownc. Dloom ft cU. N. J been the nttrnctive guest of Miss I feci that Dr. Kilmer's Swnrap-Hoa dressing for your hair. It Annie Snow Iteynolds. 1 iuherited baved my life. Mri?. Charley Coffey has returned keeps the hair soft and weak kidneys. Tho discharge was -? z i frequent and painful that 1 would from n pleasant visit with lluriisido smooth and promptly checks lmvo to btay in bed to obtain tem- lenitives. any falling of the hair. It porary ichcf. I consulted good lla fever and a.lhma 4maVo Aucutt a does not color the hair, and hut the results were disap- Month o( intrn.e kulfrriiij to many people cannot injure the hait or pointing. My landlady udvised mo 1'olrr a lloncy and Tar C'uuiiound ns tho lust re- Iirniiiit raw and nliff. and U aooiMuic and scalp. Consult your doctor to try Swamp-Hoo- t sort, 'which 1 did mid I wus quickly lulling to th Indauiril rariulrami, Wm about these hair problems. M "A Mr..i.- - V Kriort, M., rti relieved. few do.ra ot t'olcy'a Honey and Tar Com Ask him what he thinks of Swuiup-RoI continued taking me of 4 tevrre attack of IMiund Ayer's Hair Vigor. than bottle cauitd a nnd my weight has increased fifty n.lhnu and lotKrfuM a tubttithtra. Ului.-arcur Mad t tha'j C. ATtll CO.. L.ll. Mm. pounds. My health, is of tho best and Taunrr y mid 1 have told many others about uud have Dr. Kilmers' Swamp-Rodone a lot of good in this way. Your wonderful medicine is of grcut value to mankind. THERE IS REAL PAINT Yours very truly, nnd also some stuff mixed with J. II. BRUXDY, I'nwtucket. It. I. Friday Night-- 3 reeli, including two Western Picture! cheapening materials that is not 833 Main St. The iibove statement made before woTthy of the name. If you lmvo Night-- A Victim of the Mormons, in had experience, with the latter kind me 1 declare to he truthful in every Thomas Marsden, you don't want unother. If you detail. three reels. Notary Public. haven't tuko our advice and don't Uuy our xz paints experiment. Letter to ce and Buve yoursolf disappointment Dr. Kilmer & Co.. and money as well. N. Y. BlnthamUn, tanfwi'. Ky. A. ALLEN. Personal and Social. Mls Kniil I'limi w wmUhk fricmN nnil relative nt (icorj;Hon. tl! Knoxvillo, i Mi, t'oriiio Itit! Riiost of Mi," llmiiiu Wnrrcn. .Mr. mid Mr- -. Will Slmnkn went to Hii'liiiKMiil to !.ioiul hovcral ilnyx. Mini lllnnt'liu Viunlcvcpr rctimirtl ..crj Homo irtim nifiiimniii n.n ot Jesse D. Wearen Special Notice fsftni-Wi-ekt- y. !., Sensible Women Know Foundation of Health Aa hrnlth talk to women become mora general, lioth In tho newrpapem and on tho platform, tho man of women are Ix'slnnlnc to rcaltzo what the mora cultivated have always known, that Kood health cannot ho found In a pnwclnr box. The external of health may he obtained In that way, hut the liaafa of health lien deeper, and et Is Just ai easily obtained. Tho moat Important thins that a woman can do for herself, and about which sho Is often most neglectful. Is to watch the condition of her stomach and lowels. The weary eyes, the bad breath, the frequent headaches, the pimples, the general air of lassitude Is nine times out of ten the result of constipation or Indigestion, or both. Many simple remedies can be obtained, but the best In the estimation of most women Is" Dr. Caldwell's Hyrup I'cpsln. It Is mild, pleasant to tho taste and, exactly suited to her needs. It Is far J. it 11 r , I 1 I I Caldwell's in tho small dose prescribed. A brief use of It will so train the stomach and bowel muscles that all forms or medicine can be dispensed with. These opinions are deed by thousands of women, after personal experience, nmons them Mils V. U Moore, 32 Claiborne St., Nashville, Tenn., and Horenco Cook, Lucas, Ky. Anyone wishing to make a trial of this remedy before buying It In the regular way of a druggist at fifty cents or one dollar a large bottle (family size) can samplo bottle sent to the home liao n charge by free of simply addressing Dr. W II. Caldwell. 405 Washington St.. Monticello, 111. Your name and address on a postal card will do. superior to raits, cathartic pills, waters, etc, which are entirely too violent. Women should see to It that they hao at least one movement nf the bowels each day, and when showing any fntnrv n nnf1t!ri,tlon ?r"t!'t tl"- Hyrup 'l'epsln Dr. r vi-.l- i . tubs-rlb- nl For Every $1 Purchase to Aug. 5, we will give a ticket to Moving Picture Show at the Springs. ", at our store from Aug. 1 nc Dud-dera- his-tci- r., fr L.L.SA, Oral) Orchard, Ky. n-iti- Hieh-inon- m; er 3. bo-c- Oxfords, Straw Hats -- ci-t- er, Ma-then- y, Hus-tonvil- le and Summer Weight Clothin i 'i and-mnke- s -- -- Car-pt-iiU- -i, at Cost H H " llol-litti- 11 An-m- Destroys Dandruff n 1 Scott's Emulsion Cummins Home of H.S. & fc Wearen M. All Wool Clothes .1 M i ot Stanford, Kentucky up uilr why-bicia- r'TiiaiiiMf SPECIAL EXCURSION ot CINCINNATI AND RETURN coin-nl- o a - Sunday, august n. ot Opera Housg New Music by a A good program 5& 10c. 9i Trii ReunJ Saturday .5oI9rI$i .50 mmm Round Trip ' SPECIAL TRAIN 6-pie- Orchestra. Lvs. JUNCTION CITY 5:35 a.m. ASK TICKET AGENTS FOR PARTICULARS. V T yTH : "f l.'Wi(i r u Suits THE INTEHUB JMiBWAL, STANFOrrl, V KENTUCKY. FRIDAY. AUSUtT 2. 1112 ine. THE FARMERS I'ostcd Chns. Bcmonls. This hoio Imi wonderful mid piicimI. SUMMER What we mean by SUMMER Suits are hot weather suits proper. Unlined Mohairs and Serges The time was when unlined coaU had built-u- p shoulder (and no shape-n- o clothiers we know sell that kind some 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. They are light They are comfortable They are built LIKE CLOTHES tro,rd$io, $12.50, $15, $20 n, 100 pair light weight summer trousers, every pair new, every pair a good pat-termade in 1912. See them in our windows; original price $3.5o to $7.50 the pair, reduced $1.50 to $2.50 each. H.J. It's successor: National McROBERTS Stanford, Kentucky DEPOSIT BANK OF STANFORD, chartered March 9, 1854. Bank of Stanford, organized June 2, 1865. Recognized as of the cuttle iiens nt How land. A bunch of sheep infected mill u hoof and mouth di into Hjwlnnri ease weie hlupiK-Xr.im yr. KnvanauKli, of (tarrard. Ironi the Kavrlomt And exported pen. Jlr. Ilniley received notifien-tio- n .f the discovery of the ilicae 'imnu!; the flock, and wns instructed to have the h.ii- - at Kowland disinfected nt once, which lie did. J. D. Knd and sons, of the U'lran the delivery Tt 1, fiOd bushels of wheat to J. II. Hmmhi man & (.'o.'.s mill here Tuesday. They ot a bushel for it. which is the preMiiliiig market piicc in tills section, nltlioiisli only 90 cents is bein-paid for it around Lebanon. The Kads wheat is said to be exceptionally fine in quality, iiinl will probably bo Mixed for seed wheat, as it prndes so well. It nvcrn;:cd about '2o bushels tv tlic acre. Lilburn (ioocIi and a liuuibcr of other fanners in the Gilbert's I'rcek cecti.u delivered their wheat crops mill at Laucn-tc- r to Hanks Iliid-iin- 's this week. They received $1 n bushel for it. Jlr. floocb sent in about 500 W. O. (looeh lind nbout the same amount mid It. C. Dndderar nlxuit 3j0 bushels. II. rndcrwood sold a pair of nice ycnrliiifr marc mules to Walter O. Walker, this week for .fJ".!. G. L. Allen ,of Georgetown, was in Lincoln last week--, bis brother L. Alien, near Kind's Mouii-taiWhile heic Mr. Allen lutilil 140 acres of nice Inud irom Jubn McKcc, which iidjoin. the place owned by his brother. This makes a tract of laud, t hint which there is mi better in the southern section of the county. The .Mcssts. Allen arc lnist-linand pio;rressiyC'faniicrs. L. Mien sold tu J. A. Ilohiuti last week 10 lambs and .'18 ewe, nt the market and aNo delivered liini a en If fir which he was paid the 1 r bu-ho- U n. Williiim J. Hock. Six young Jersey cowa for pnlc. rnctly ber fiune'cxprp'ioii." M. S. ilnui;lininii. Liberty Defeats Husteflvllle. For Snlo. 100 No. 1 niouiitnin iiwiuiUiiiiCA. Sat- Liberty, Ky., Aujr. J. com just in fnun the T. Xur.nellev. "hnliiy Liberty ilefentnl llimtonvillc Are ymi rently for the K. of 1. bv Ibu fcMic of 4 to 0 on the luttrra fiiirf If not, lonii supply your wimtH III dimil-i- . The juiine was tery inter in Intuit".-"- , mikMIm ,tiuc tlriviiiK "ml uuiii me eigmn innnii; wnrn ritlinj: liitu, whip. pur etc. J. C. Lilieity ninth tliree num. Tin- - fentuic MrClury, Stanford. of t lie ginmi won the hutting of J. H. Thomtwoii boUl u Mimntity of Wootlruni, VoUv iiml Mr. Allen. per ton. unlctl liny nt $10 1 2 II .i 0 7 8 imi About 10 uoic of buckwheat urc , , , v, iw I ii (i ii " .'! II . llnVvil bcinc sown on the fnrms oi M. 00000000 Aimcreou I.uwnncc mul Jolui Itiilliriev l.ilnrlv: Wooilrimi Mill II. I. ninukensliip found Borai'thing Allen; llmtonville: Mull, Hiekt, HMi- d op and Tuney. of u eurioiitj in lus Kimlcn. A tue sumtucT specimen ittillitiK' which had n gquitxli or tBH n A rrW WJaPVH nice bboiu on the sipinsli where the bloom piodiicimr it bbould hove Ions MttLTa UKUm mm. mi. I drimiicil. Xu uiikw iu.ri.li.Hl bloom and stem tMiinoetioii between to data b the fruit mid hud it developed would IRTICIT caaffMrrwtnaiiBh. hnvc been a frenk. t. Tnehae bauar waxon hmonr thac County Sheep Inspector lllcd-o- e or any othara. The Tarbaann rHCRWHT' wactnt art lameua Ibiiley wu" bu-- y th'n week superin-tendiii- liko (lini'linnipiou Ktlnn May, thnn nny boie iiuitf. IIo lias tbnt wuno Ik1I wiiy of rihiii: nnil lie U more of rluimpinns, Lt h-- : 1- i. 00 mo-poun- of theta uwnifpy Writ homta are due lo the lllneaa of the wife, mother or daughter. The leeNiHN M the pule end wrinkled (eelneNr narrnutne!, the btfotieJ mind, the end circled eyea, reiult mott often from thote ditnrdert peculUr lo womeit, Fef the women to be happy end miMonkint the muit naturally have tov4 Health. DrafiinJ-dowfrelinft, hvtteria, hotllaihea or ennatantly returning palm end achea ere too dreat a drain upon a woman 'a vitality and strength. Dr. fierce 'a Favorite Preecription reatnrea weak and tick women to aound health by latin and eorrectlnt the local olaordert which are dent rally reapomlble lor efce aoove iltitrcMinf lymptoma. " I aulTrmt Rrratlir for a numlwr of ymra and for tnajaaajjluie r Jnlry to nw, writ. Maa. B. F.Dlca- itumM thatllf. Tho Jinn, f Utlra. Ohio, limit. 4. arrr hailoctm U4.I m wouVI har. la wrniiH tiettrr. A rrar thta winter cntoahn.luflrora Ithan and vrtne I At tarn prrlol I tultMrd hk wurM rr.r one In lornnt, I am lK nvHlwr "t thlVlrvn. I waa ao A fnr lira month, that I knw a.im.thlnir mimt twdnn,art I wrote to Dr, K. V. I'lrrr, trlltnc hlmaa mvrlr I a I roiiM how I aulfrrnl.( 11a outllnnt a of trrAtm.nt nhkh luCmvf. to the Irttrr. took twohottlra i.t 'ParorllnrrnvripthKi' anIonof 'liokltn Mnllral Dlacomr ' oihI a n.vrr .ulT.rvd tnixh RftrrntrouM of lttl till rvrrr ulTrHna' ami hatrIh. world ovrr what aelnr. I wlh I woman imn lr. Tl.rca'. imlktnm ar. Th.ro U no um waaUnar time and money doctorina with anytMnc cite or any nn. !..' The MeJieal Auvlier by K. V. I'laroe, M, D,, 5uffa!o, N. Y., anawera hoata ot dettrate queatliina about which every woman, alnjle or marrlett ouKhl tn know. Sent frti on receipt of 31 atampa tu pay fur wrapnlnj and natlia only. Uaa. Dtraovra. n HAPPY THO Hrra, bat MARRIED C percentage Thare are tmliafpy married fl nw bfi. in Umart-Wr.- ,! I ),' I MM ay 1 -A THE POWER OF Name By Tho Box. J E.T. Pence STANFORD, KY. VtwpMt.Ja. It, Mil 1 i rou can't tell good man by hit clothes, ou can't tell a rood book hv tk .nw.v ou can't tell a good cisar bv the wrnnr. Neither can you tell Woii Wf . Co. LmlnttM.Ky. o llwm OU HtCKolUr " I KaalMky llwt 1 pallida on tbla wkco ImI rtMah ariMa4. It aa avvrr Iflpll010l,lll ftrr a4 ba ki4 """ ',,T.w4.uur. k, ubaa kr Mr!? M tot m Ma GOOD CANDY But you'ean tell good candy by the name it bears or what is back of the box. M r. Ballay to wau, aulas' thrauth ao man vaara el constant uta. urnad auch eicataiv a loadi. Wood the abuM h raealTaa. and done It an In aa thoroughly eatlif aetory a roaaner, II It had not baen mauufacturad out of the Until Mlaotad Umbar In Ola world lor ailea. hub, apokaa. Wloaa. hoanda. eoluarvTaaehaaand badt. and than vary part built exactly rUhlT .Thar are Baiy Ruonart and hold Do ou think Ihe'WBnMT' wu on could noaiblihataMrTd NUNNALLY'S Means to Candy just what Sterling means to Silver. Uifraut -- watt, umnummmnmamtta ntCt ft yti u tsaalat U mamv Ma yn lay. aa4 II w At PENNY'S, The Rexall Store. Muataetana' aerf ly tat -- S m (kMitamat wAbvnnre. ILtmZY uaamui.IT. Wag. aSJj. Price Reductions We have reduced the price on all Men's, Ladies' and Children's Oxfords H. B. Northcott Daialcr in l2.ro First National Bank OCTOBER Xevin Cnrter'rt cnick youii:; tliree-ycar-o- d 3, 1882. This Bank has been in successful and uninterrupted operation for 58 years, and is worthy of the confidence of of the public. Open an accwin! with, us today. stnlliou. Kentucky Gentleman stinted his show riinr caicer at Frankfort lat week ,aiii took second tnemiuiu in the class in which he vn entered, bein beaten bv tlu crack youmrster Mo.iut. Walter Iiiir-- of Shelbvville, who has liitu in chnr-'-c. expects better thiuj;s the lest of the season, . tlm v..!(.- sler is still dccidcdlv, trieen. A wiitcr in the Farmers' Home Juirrnai. sHnkiti!. of Itiisrc stnble. said in a ii nl issue if Mr. Carter's horse: 'Ii- - candidate for the three vear old honois U th ".w.,1 .ta!!ioa Ken tuckv Gentleman, bv Chester Pea . Poultry, Eggs, Produce, Salt, Lime & Cement PHONE 153 Kens' $4 Oxfords now Mens' $3.75 Oxfords now . . Mens' $3.50 Oxfords now . . . Mens' $3 Oxfsrds now Ladies' $3 Oxfords now LadlM' $250 Oxfords now Ladies' $2 Oxfords now Ladies' $1.50 Oxfords now Plenty of tims to wear them get a pair for $325 $3.00 $2.95 $2.35 $2.35 $2.00 $1.65 $120 the Fair. ' I W. E. PERKINS Crab Orchard, Ky Have You Been to Our Big Stanford, Ky. The Farmer's Friends f. Carnival Hughes, Sale 5tL & Superior and Peoria Grain Drills Call and see the new stock Hot Weather . W.H.Higgins Stanford Ky. Our billside it : at Last overbutwe Sale Closes Aug, Mai-ti- n will : LOANS, Are not necessarily reserved for big depositors. The small man to biistoess is welcomwl at this bank as a de- -' tncwagemwt wk an always conserpssltsr, and has vative bank may five the small but, grtwtof business. 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, a Stanford. Ky. J.L.Beazley&Co J. C. McClary UNOCRTAKKRS AND 'iM- DIAL. ALSO ALMKRS. SH IN FURNITURC MAT. TINGS. RUBS. THIY WILL FURNITURE CXCHANOC FOR ALL KINDS Of STOCK. CIVt THEM A CALL. PRICE r'atl anil Winter Hain,la ar iiuw TUey I'uupriM ur liiilwttloii fur f ran mil anyona In t.'t mi 111. market, r. rlutUca maila to a tu iirii. wka lud hli le A tult wad. to Your mraaura la rloth.a. To bata thnn to ready made au man made to taraiur iiu.au i la rradr mad whu qualityumand fit yuur contid-- i take latav rid, Uuui. In and Kt BTTbV TaaaaTTra t' "'"capital Surplus ; injm: UNDERTAKER $IW,IM Lincoln Oomity Nali((nl Bank Corner Ncxf to Courthouse. Ssn w AND EMSALMER Stanford, Kentucky Robinson r. M) Fall mv awfwiflter StTlUw. Office Phsas l. D Hsim PhsM 3. FIRE INSURANCE r m mm Stanford, Ky. m'Fmmmmwmwmfmmm aiLtLS IL SURETY BONE TAHWm, KY. RM-REWLaUr- Ur, V HI I'l.KY r frmrliri,! IH.r gigjjj J. .,