You have found an item located in the Kentuckiana Digital Library.
Interior journal (Stanford, Ky. : 1912): August 6, 1912 Interior journal (Stanford, Ky. : 1912) 300dpi TIFF G4 page images Shelton M. Saufley Stanford, KY 1912 int1912080601_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 6, 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. Mmmwm4mUi - f r MMVLATHM.-4VE- R 4.3M 1 LAMEST IF ANY MMTRY NEWtf APEfl IN THE tTATE IF KENTUCKY. THC FOUNDED HARVEY 1800. ' . J The Interior Journal. STANFORD, LINCOLN COUNTY, KENTUCKY. TUESDAY, AUG I ST 0, J 012. ( Watch step when Mm Is up. the date on ywr label and Renew Promptly. Pap wW J 63J YEAR. NO. 03. TUESDAYS AND FRIDAY8. MERCER AND GARRARD HELM WINS A GREAT VICTORY. NINETEEN ENTRIES i TabHlatHM IN COLT FUTRITY. if tke Primary Vite Con- - ii UrciIr Com. County. Cir't (.leik Lincoln County Congressman Car ries Every County In the District In Primary. As predicted l Great Interest Amonti Horsemen In Feature Stake ef K. of P. Fair. PRECINCTS: gic At'ty Jim Interior Jour- nal from fir-- t lo last llarvcy Helm. Lincoln count) 'a fuxorirc Ion, won rcnouii-tintiou jungnificctit xietory for for Congress in tho iirimury whWi wiir held Saturday, lie swept from Mem to till, Eighth n- Juniurily which tern, rolling up Mill go oxer 8,000 votes xxljcii the leturn. nre nil in. Ho enrrie'd Madison ronnlx, the lioino and supposed stronghold ot his optonent, Judge inujurit tliclo Millivnn, receiving The victory was n notable one in exerv pnitieulnr, when tlio race N mviewed. mid the dements opposed to the nomination of Mr. Helm nre His ureal mujority eoiiM.leied. I'oniplctely he holds tho piMXcs how cotilidcncc oL his democratic hi this district, utid augurs indeed, for nil oxerxxhcluiiug xx ell. ry oxer ins lcpublicmi upnoii-tn- l in Nox ember. A notable feature of hi- - viclorv wng His splendid majorities retuuie.'. r tor him in the txxo new counties It district. Adair and ('iraey. the tiie ctuttrtcra liiiii hecn declared in that these counties were (nought into the district for the purpose of hurting Iniu, nnd furtheiing the of mine ther candidate. The deuioenitin wters of tho-- e counties, how cxer, took eognUiinee of th- - work that Helm has done for and Hlioxxed up with n his tiuijonty xx huh xxill go close t 1.000 lor the txxo. county, of cour-e- , did Lincoln 'nobly by linn, only 8'J xote- - beinir in the county against linn, out of n total of oxer 1.HO0 votes cast Ilw majority lin i:i Jhe puiaaix. Helm's-flits county was l.il.V-- '. in the other comities of the ilistrwt xveie idiout us follows the me official count proh.iblv making little change; Adair "18, AiiJeraon C.'iO, Mercer liOO, JesMimwe. 133, Garrard 517, 100. Spencer 100 Hovle 07,". Ca-e- y Mndl-x300, Shrlbv 031). It ! rejmrted that Judge Sullixan did not carr.x hut sex en precincts in the entire district. Judge Sullixan. iu the )ii)ul dem-vcrthat he if. soon mxv oh niaht that the trend xxas all him. and sent this telegram l.i Mr. Helm here. Itichuiiiiid .August 3. Hon. llur-xc- x Helm, Stanford, Ky., llcport indicate that xon haxe been I Al) congratulate, you. triciids me lor any man xxho re nomination, a democratic t Signed) J. A. Sullixnii. ( ougrc-MnHelm xxns flooded xvith coiigtntuhitor) messages from all over the district and the stnte. A iie"iiae came from Shelby county wheie hi-- , trietids had done ome work that they wcr noxv boosting him for next deiirocmtic minimal had mil for g.ixeruoi, w jiC run, John Nichols IiikI H. I', Miiuht, who liml lead in the fight for him in Holc county, dioxo oxer Suiuluy to eongiiituhite him. They had eartl ned Ko.xlo for him by aluioit a in (he face of the hitter vPpo .Mti.'ii of the Danville Ailxocatc. Kdilor .Mclnl.xre, xxho xull stippoit . Helm ni xiRori.ii.!, as ho opposed him, telephoned the Interior jjiitnal that he is for Helm not only eon-Htituit. K ni nt Snt-tird- utrict of ox it 300 XoteS. The showing being made bj mnny xoiuiRxteiM ut tho various fairs in this Kcctiou of tho Htala no far this reason, Iniu accentuated the inter-- 1 xx Inch is Iiciiir manifested ainoiiR hoiso Irrecdcrri in tho Rreat Colt Futurity to be decided ut tho Knights of I'.x thins Fair here AiiRtist 121, '11 nnd 'J.'i. There nro 10 entries in the ami Homo of the colts Futuiitx. which haxe already iiecn fduxxu on other fair nnps nre mnbiiR Rrent When tho IiiirIc. calls the leeoids. blue blooded youiiRsterH to the post ut the Stanford fair u tremendous u&H'iuhlcRc of horse lux era is expected to be prcfiit to witness the ex cut. The list of (he rut rants, kIiowh the names of me v'tf the m.tst ioe!i'eii is this itirt of the state, and the tolls are nil splendidly bred nnd Rix'e Rrent ironiiA The Futurity entries, the nnincs of the on iters, the name of the dam and sir,) are as follows: No. 1 W. II, Murphy, entij out of Luilv Dure by Hohcmiai Knitf. No. '1 Dick Scudder, entry out of Kathleen bv All I'eavine. N. Dirk Scudder, entry out of Emma White, by All Henvine. No. A Dick Scudder, entry out of Uelln II.. bv all I'eavine. r Mi. L'Mi.ud Tasker No Loxvndes. cntiy out of Fdnn .Mue bv Keiituckv. No. b Mrs. I.owndcs, cntrv out of Clara Hob, by Keiitiliky Choice. No. 7 Mix. Lowndes, vntry out Hjiioriu Sam bv Kentiickx of i x 5 C $ a. 12 -I oq 1(55, s x 78 01 211 i a CO rt Court House Mucksvillo Ungiuo 220 lf.il 8o Lancaster Lntienstcr is on a boom in tho sale of real cstnlo. Airs, l'rcd Fribio cixo nn claboi-nt- e (I o'clock dinner to n fexv guests tin menu being scrxed in mxithig couraes. Dr. J, W. Harris died nt his homo in Kicltinond nfter n short illncsa. lie tnnrricd Aliss Susio Lcnvcll of this county. He xxns 0110 of the lending physician of this county mid 08 j ears of ngo. Aliss Joan Aloiint was hostess for a .Morning Hridgc tho honor guests being AIcilames George A. AicKob-crtof Covington, nnd Alra. Thomas V. Wilson, of Cnxo City. Air. nnd Alra. Hairy Khnoore, the young bridal couple, havo luken riKinw oxer Dr. J. It. Kiiimiird's office, it having been newly painted s, DEFEAT WILL BURCH Lincoln jority County Gives Him Bin MaHoldam, Fields and Dillion Winners. ox'-e- rj county couldn't xviu thing in the primary Saturday. A great mnny of her democrats deeply regretted to sco Will Hurcli go down as a enndiduto for thu in defeat Lincoln 12 0 11 ti 20 J.VI 7" 20 t :i2 o :i 1110 Humiliation Hotio "l70 io:t 1. t 23 100 :io lioxrlaud Crnb Orchard No. "o 4G :io i:n 1 n viil 18 I2ji 10 Crab Orchard No. '1, Hiistonvillc No. I . . ul :niut iiomi-imte- d. nn thou-j-aii- for llie iiomiuatioii iiRaiu next time. An automobile full of Riillaiit iliuu- nit, fioiu Adair came up late Sun il.i.y nftcruooii to couRratulntu the iuRreisinaii an J ieoit to him )f the splendid mnority that Ad.ur hud rolled up for linn, in the fine of ftixiint upMsitiiu. Tliex xxuic- l I'. Winfrey, Col. N. M. Tittt. N. T. Mer- f r, J. S. lire edi"R and Win. lleln . - ior inflection now, but is lor him OppMont for Caltb Powtrs. Ill the colireutioii held by tile of the Klexcnth district at (.orhiii last xxcek II, 11. Seaxey, of C'orbin, an engineer on the Cumber-lau- tl Ynlley dixismu vxf the Louis-rill- u fc Nashville, mill nnd xiou out mer .1. V. Hud, of Whitley county; Chaile Heul, of .Widillcslmro, and fornuT CoiiRivNsiuan J. 1). Wilson 4f Knox County tor the tr.uiRrcn-Mones al luimiiialiou nRiiinst CuUb I'uxxiii, The fiyht xxus ouu of the closest cxer m'cii in that countx'. Wild follow cd the announcement of the last hall.it, nnd on ur.i-- I xx us made unanimous. Mr. mil Senxey iik ennied to the stiiRu and jntiodueed in. the next CoiiRieshiuau fnuii the Elexenth Distiict. TeddyV Hull Moose party is its national convention ut hold-iiit'hi-ciir- r o. Rstrnv. Dark red steer, npot on 5ls forehead; marked in leturu lo AY. L. Cordierf ecwnvd fr riht er; Iiiid by Kentucky l'eaxine. Nx.. 10 W. O. Walker, entry out of Easy by Carroll I'restoii. 5 23 40 33 No. 11 W. O. Walker, entry out How land .... Dean by Carroll ProMui. nf I21il0l 207 081 TOTAL N. VI W. O. Walker, entry mit of Sabra Walker, by Highland Kmp. No. EJ II. M. TiirkiiiRton .entry out of Dixie Dine by Hoheiman Kiiir xiii Mrs. Florence Severely Hurt. No. HUST0NVILLE AMATEURS Carter, cntiy out if Fhra f'., by Carroll l'reston. Alra. James C. Florence, wife of No. 13 J. II. Murphy, sdijriec To Present Entertaininq Play For ''ostmuuter Florence, xis xery paintiotixen yd. fully injured xxheu her left hip was Benrfit of the Baptist Church No. Hi J. C. Hailex'. entry out of broken Satin day, by a Vail as she Daisy bv I'restin. was btippmg out Of u bus at Crab Hustonxille, Aug. 5. No. 1" J. C. Hailex, entrj out of Together with a number Thu comedy "Her Clluies" to be Orchard. Minnie, by i. of Iodic of the local Haptist church piesentcd at the opera house on Sat- she had gone to Crab Ni. 18 W. II. Shanks, nitn out Orchard lor au it Anna I)., Iix llohcuiutu Kin- -. urday night, August 10th, piomiscs outmg, mid when ulighting her ukut No. 10 C. C. Carpenter, entry to be one t the greatest exeats of hum: 4ii some manner and ft. ut of Lord Dillion b.x DiRiiitx Dare. the season. This! play xxill be gixen I'eaxilx, lracturiiig the bio. Hustonby 10 b.ijs uud girls of the The injury a xery painful one. Hail In Scott County. Aliss Aluucie xille Haptist church. She xx as made as coiufji table as UeoiRiitiixrii,. A iir. (I. A hail Ware has .spent much, tune in possible by Ur. L. F. Jones, f Ci.ih storm unsurpassed in sexcrity by th"se timuteura. Alls. S. S. nuv that cxer fell here, iiirviI oxer Robinson has charge of the tlower Orcliaiil, mid bnnilit to Stanford in thu automobile of J. F. and Scott county last drill. A pluant evening is assured uud the injured member bet,Cummins and she niyht xuih siudi strength that srxer-a- l all who attend. Admission 23 cents. it. resting as easy a possible, now, t.ibaico crops were ruined and cseixed beats 33 cents. Kcscrxed under the cireunistanies. other tiop- wele daniaed. In many tickets are for Mile by Q. C, Indue Fmmett 1'iiryenr, ot D.iucases ice n mauled on the ground Kit re. The proceeds of this 'enter- ville, demoeintie iiouuuee far until this uioriiiiiK in street. The tainment fin the benetit of the Husill's Attorney, wns keie ilama'.'e to crops xxill reach swrelal tonxille Haptist church. All nxi; .Monday, and xi'iis eoagratuhited The cast of diameters will tlioiisiiud dollni-- . His late opponent, W. S. Now i the lime Imil docs it Hindi, Ionl democrat that In is damage. Iiisun. now and of Characters: Cast ami win inly eougiatulatid the .sx II. II. New lan. Walter Dillingham, a dealer in trimmed iin his iieoi ty xietor suppoit in real estate James Stephenson. the election in Nox ember. C.uigiesstiinii Hub Thomas defeatJclfiraou KugRlcs, his father-in-loLindsay Ketherford. ed John S. Ithea for the democratic Bach Club Entertains. Kobert Stociim. a friend of the nomination in the Third District by t .Hint The H.ich Club entertained at ten-ni- s Julius AlcKinuc,). HHt majoiitx. Couut.x Judge A. W. t hurley Hrooks. Fiiiluy- - utteruoon most chmm a neighbor IM H.irklcx, if Mi l rem v won the ingl.x, in honor of Aliss Annie 1). lu the First Distiict to fill Nunuellej. popular miests, Missis Jim Itxiiu. a theatlieal manager Ollie Jiiuics' scat, 1.000 mnjoiily Crntcher. Chenuull, Klmore and l l.ilmoiu tut ton. oxer thrx'c other loulcstants. A pii70 was unaided Aliss Mix. idi'.'glcs, wife of Jetfcraou Kliabeth lligRins and Air. Welch Jessio fliriller. Birthday Party. Hlauehc Dillingham, wife of Wal- Kothester for their excellent placing Mi. Llla Mav Saumlei. yaxe a uud Aliss Klmore and Air. Coleman birtl'dax paitv Moudax exening ter Maliiul.i Naxe. Dora Kugules, in lou with Slo-- i weie foitiilinte enough to win the from four to si for her nephew, boobx. Deli'.'httul cakes and ices um r.llitl I tint on. Shelbx CotlVx, ot Frnukfuit. Lliruhcih Mi onks. xvife ,.f Chmley wore Kfixed at the proper hour nnd s. The weie lemonade and .ill weie soriv when the time. tor deAlitia Oirdler. cake' and i c cteaiu imiics. I lis reVnlesku Hijou, parting came. Those proeut ueie: a Ii ailing ladx ceived njiout eighty pieents. Those Misr. I'auliue Jones, James Cooper, picscnt iVcic: I Set tic I'enj, Fiances Clin. i Nunucllcv. (.'. Coleman, Aliss Cheuuiilt Miss rate, Annette ami (icopia Wia.x, .Marion Grimes, Will Grimes, Aliss Brtuiihtontawn. Nettie Louise (loxer. Marv C. Straub Will AlcCaity Jones. Maigiiret D.txidson, Fariuers in this xieiuity me busy Slnrthn Hester Ander-soi- l, Aimy F. Watt lloxy-iii- 'l Mis Miss Ida M. I'ettus, Lelia (.ook Ha- (his week threshiug wheat. New land, Aliss Mmy Shephcid Air. D. F. Tettle is m the hick ilex. Isahelle and Margaret DHliou. Kiitheime mil Saiu Heck, 1juiss list this week, the tesult of being Cook, J. Al. Watera, Aliss KliziiLwth Aliss Welch Kiriieter, nnd Lueile Wat era, KalhiTiiie Hruee, oxvrcoiue by heat m the hay tield Higgiiis, Kaney. Will Yeager, Alra. It. C, I'nntt ts the guest this Alniy Alooic Kullieiiue Cm lion, Mm.x Louise Joseph Hill, Aliss lliit'tuinii, Llsie I'olemnu, Ilaehol xieok of lici daughter, Alls. It. Chap-pe- l, Aliss Coxiiigtou Khuoic, 'Ihos. ( oleman, Mis Alur-gniHill Fiances lonbiy, Mnrv Hiith of Lolmuoa Juiiatiou. I locker, CaiH'iitcr, Ilubcit Alra O. W. Hill, of Fairmont, ld., Iti'iuluut, Mabel Wilkinson, Mmgie Lynn. Allie Fiiiiuis Fish, is the guest of her mother, uud other Miss Auriiii D. AlcKohcrts John L. AleKiiuiey. Alra. Mm.x Mm.x Fliraberli Nuunellcy, I'uiiline iricmU ixnd relatives of this xieinitv r, A xery lai-gKndii, Mattie May l'lestou, Alary S. cimwiI was. in at- llu.xs Fotcr, Aliss Joscphitu. Aliss Ciutcher, Spauldiug Messcr, Anello Cnraon, Sara Ilium, tendance at Mt. .ion last (Icitiude Hroiule, Sadie W. Hcaieley Siiud-- y uud listened to a ei client Hill, Aliss Joan .Mount, Kobe it Nellie Hallou, Mrs. Wall era, Alls. r.lirnbelh Hiight, Katheiinu Hrndx', ei moii. Ali; Mleu .1. 1,. Aiult.isiiii iiii.I 11. .1. fltiflni . 1'eii.x, Alra. AfeKobeits, . ....... I'ddie It. Houvhiuan, Itessui ... ... Clay Funis, Fluahcth Malice, Lueile Car- jiaitiiersliiji fuimuis, are boasting of 1 Hall in, and I!sio Hiiieh. ter, Lueile Hnllou, Sabni Walker, oeiug tiie i its i larmcra to my tneir Lueile eland, Lillian Hall, ml, Joan ciops li. Air Anderson luixing cut' One of thu most comiuou uilmeuls that hard winking people me nffiet-I'- d Margie. Lillian mid Stella IUllou, sue last Weill a lew nays ago. Willi is Imne back. Apply Air, D. A. Singleton ,is lnis this Alntv M. I'enuiugtou, Mai Ilia Louise Liniment twice u day mid Cumphcll, Dave Carlton, (leige uud xxcek loofiug his slore. nuissagu the paits thoroughly ut Itobert Davison, Joe and Lexi Men-se- r, Mrs, W. S. (iunsalus, a fanner each iipplicatimi, and you xrill get Iaoi Davis Fisher, Winfied Duncan, Unit V F.nds, James 1'iestoil, lixing near Fleming, I 'a., sart hu hits Miiick relief. For sale by l'cnnyV Heibert Fidi, John, Jr., and Itobcit used Cluimbeiluiu's CVilie. Cholera Ding Store. Haiighinau, Hurdetle Hright, Juiuoh Diarrhoea Kemedy in his family for MASONS MEETING. mid that he has foil i teen .xears, Fngleman, Lynn Fence, Mike A. iU iumU Ih IJnculu Lodtv No. CO. 1' George F. Furris, Clifton found it to be un excellent lemedy, kluK.l cuuiiuuDkalioii ou rack lir.l tni third Monday ulzkla u( rach month, at 7 o'clock In Heck, James Fuxtoii, Adum Walker, mid takes pleasuie in recommendStanford, Kjr. Men hall on Imiiel Hiffe, Stewart uud l'reston ing it. Fon Mile by Fenny's Drug Iheir of tlttrr Main .trwl, lodjfi fratrrBalljr loTltfd lo U Isra pnunt II V CurpfuUr, cVcrirUry, Lx'iiu, Store. Choice. No Henry Moore, entry out of MisHall, by Hidiemiau Kim.'. No. y W. H. (Jaincs, entry out of S-- Dr, and prepared for their oeeupanex. Air. J. I. Hamilton is luixing a . .... 18:i r-t- 7 -- - - 10.1 -' model n 7- -i oom duelling erected on --Mw the lot adjoining his residence. 4 72 Hustonxille No. 2 ... . ... J2 40 .'(8 23 Dr J. J. Hryun, u well known op. i ticiuii of fourteen jeara experience TurncTsxille. 12 ... "s :i: :u 13 is bi l ut the Lancaster hospital, where ,L Ii3 xvill be glad to see all callera. 13(. 42 38 Mi'Kiuuev ..; 0 34 103 43 .Misses Jane and Alary-Dotgaxe appointed , ... Wnjnesburg No. 1 . . 133 0 31 ill :t7l 13 77l u hnniNoiiif well guests, Hie,luncheon lor a number of honorcc being Alra. J. Hradfoid Jennings, ot Hi 301 .10 7!)l 33 20 43 King's AlounrVin. ... I'ecos, Tens, ( i Air. and Mra. I low n id Kice, of 17 0' 21 73 23 1!) Highland 80 Kichnioiid. Ind., motored here in , their handsome new automobile. Kot 1734 82 410 1338 33017071302 TOTALS only me the.x enji.xiug the machine, 2' but thtvx me letting tluir friends enI '10.-i012 Mnjoiities I I I ' l joy it. Hex. I (fin. N. hiulion, ot pieaehed at the Fresbxtur-iiu- i Crab Orchard Maqisterial District. Stanford Magisterial District. cltuiili ut I'miit Lick Sunday moniiug. t Aliss Angle Kiniiiurd gaxe u lun5S S cheon limine tho post week for Alls. 8 5 5 Hoyd Winchester o u ; o non, wlio was thePhillips. (,f Leba Z 'A 3 nttr.ictixc guest of Alls., Adirgupiitc Kinuaiid. 8 22 87! 49J 30 43 71 01 No. I Court House Judge Lewis L. Walker ami Alra. Walker, are guests at Crnb Orclmtd 1 No. 2 71 70 231 00 Siiiiie.'s. .., 30 2 12 Macksxille Ahs. i:t,e West D.iruold. is iiaxing un enjoyable outuig in 1 117 20 33 TOTAL ... 101 34 HOlllS, Witsiiii.ton City, Old l'oint I'ugiue House Comfoit , 1(i 7 i:io lu i22 Ti. 'id J- H4 -- 1 ..,, .... ...J .... !. They say, hoxxexer, thnt ho mndc a great raco m the faco of odds which xx'eio almost overwhelming. Ho not only had to make the fight of his life in other counties, but had a bitter fight waged I'gniiist him in his home county, but came up xvith tho big majority, of Hojlc went for Vl'l lu Lincoln. r, Judge 1'ur.xenr by about 8(10, Aleiccr gaxe him 400, and Garrard went against Hurch by '117, making the total majority ngainst him nf libiiut '"ill Fi lends of Hurch nre xry proud of the majority gixen him in his home i utility, nnd uro already uigimr htm to announce his candidacy for the nomination fjr County Attorney in the primary next enr. It is thnt he will soon acccdo to their wishes, itnil it is not beliexed that he will hnxe opposition for torney. liow-exerd for Commonwealths At- I I'lnln-delpln- a, Jce :(;- - .l Huston, Haltiiiiore, ll-Nc- Alisse, Xnney Kobb and Lueile Fmm lime been teeent -- nests ,,f Holl. n,i ji,s, j, yi ynrra .Miss 1,'elln Arnold left Satunlay fin-slay ut Hostnn llaibor, Aliuhig.ui. Air. ami Alra. Howard Htce. of Kich-- " nioiid, Ind., me xvith Alra. If. A. D. Canada. Aliirksburx. Alra. Kilo Hetti- New York mid 1'ie-tm- s. pic-paii- (n'oi-Ri'toxx- - al gen-erall.- x. nrv-eie- fl st b' Mom-inmi- m 1 Frnukfuit xistting her daughter, .Mrs Jesse Arnold. Alias Annie I'owell, is the guest of Danville friends. Air. and Alra. W. I. Williams and children, of TnKii, Oklu., are here for u fexv inoiitlik stay. Alisbes Alargue-rit- e AIcAIurray, of Shelby, North I'moliiui, and Aliuy Klizabeth Shet-hu,it Cincinnnti aic Alis.s LiIIriii ( oehran. Air. and Alra. Win. Harmon, ot (.xiitliMun, xisited Klder and Alra. F. .Misses yttU. c anil Virginia Goodloe haxe to their home in Spiingiield. utter ii xisjt to Air. and Alra. . O. (Jo, dloe. Alra. Sadie Clmira l).m, of .lacksoiixille, Fl.i., is the giiest of her eoiisin, Aliss S.illu Klkm. Aliss ordte llamiltoii, of Aliddleboro, is with hei mother. Alra. Sarah llnniil-toAlra. Luther Foley bus leturu-ei- l to her home tn Lexington, after Alisses Al.utha uud Sallic :i xisit t .Minnie Tillett AIos and mother havo been xisiiing in Kiehmoad. I.ucicn AL Grm.t vnleriajneii n i.iimbir of hi-- , joiing schoolniates at i 'party at the home ol his grand mother, Ira. Win. G. Anderanii. The C. W. It. Al. uuxiliarx met Monday afternoon nt '2 :J0. Alra. GeoiKu Tie.uiwny died nt her homo near Faint Lick after only two ihi.Xs.' illness. A husband and txxo luughtcra. .Miss Nettie Nettie Ticad-xu- v and AltSr 'i Ii.iiiiiis Log;sdeu d. ir-iti- ng ed n. Mll-xi- is in The raco for the democratic iiomiuatioii for circuit clerk of Lincoln county xxus won by James F. Ilahhim the incumbent, oxer two opponents. This was a very intcicsting race, and not until the lust precincts xvvro lcpolted xxns it decided. The magistrate's nice in Stanford district and that for the nomination in the Crab (i chard district, weie both very close, and xvero xvon only bx a margin of eight xotes each for the win-neW. AL Fields, )f the Somerset pike, one of the best known funnels in the county, mid highly repected by cxeryonc, beat "LTnclc Joe" Goode ut the Stnufoid district, xvith J. D. Fad and J. T. Robi-rt- s finishing in the order named. Kuss Dillion won out ox'er John Kennedy xxith John Coruui mill J. T. Cultou finishing in older gixen at Ciab Orchard. u This was the firat diiett primary held in Lincoln county, or the state for that matter and it passed off timet ly and well. A large xote polled iii this county on account of the inteiest in seveial of the lliccs. Outside of the Crab Orchard a verj small xote east, on account of thetc being no contests. J. V. l)iiijnt,(ie was on the lepuliliciin ballot Tis a candidate for congiess, and having mi opposition got xery few xotes. Alaralmll d wits the onlx candidate for the demoeiaiie Humiliation for Alagis-trut- e in the nib Diehard district. d. " pie-tinets Ncxv-l.iuV Paint Lick Aliss Louise .lesson, of Coibiu, is xisitinj; Alihs Chatine Kucker. Aliss Snllie Woods has returned from attending the Lancaster fair. The protiaited meeting ut New Hope cloeil Sunday night. ' punched liev. Faulkner, t Old of Lancaster, Faint Lick lust-Sundi- ix'. Miss Aimer Le.ir uud Aliss Grace Kline, me m Ciob Orcliaiil. Dice G. Woods, cashier of the Feople's Hank, has bought about 10 aeies of land near the nexv bchool building and pi opuses to hell it off in loth to iwraoiis tv send their children to school. T. S. Hiiiimm has in store here been ofteteil 7o cents jht bushel. The out and hnx crop nie fine In lltiee car loads of bmley and has Wil-liu- m icfie-huient- her. our xieiuit.x Alra. Dr. Wilhuin Huiuett ami litAlra.' I. C. Kucker lura gone to tle daughter Miss lassie Alitv I'.ur- - Iticluuoud, to be tieuted for a month Gim. Tinbl bought a imrt of the l'elt 'lie at Kenton llnibor Alichi- gan for a stn- - with Alra. Hninctt's ' I'ress, (liitfith laviu ut ."! per cousin, Aliss Jennie Ainold. taeie. Miss Jtobeita Jennings, u niece of Alra. s.iuiiiel llaseldeu. of Hryuuts. Miracle Guts to Chair Au"ust 30. ulle, mid Air. Hurry McKlroy. n riss,' Cal Aliracle, the Hell county muring j oimg laiv.xer, of Nexv Mexico, 'deter, is condemned to die Friday, weie united in inuiiragr- at the lioino ! Augul o"0. Aliiuele was cotixieted nf the biide, Tueiimeiiri, New Alexi-- J hist October, ami sentenced to ele-t" trociition Slaveh 20 liiit, but took mt , - , jnppenl. Rowland. et Itu-se- ll, Car-Knte- 11 Chain-'cilain- .s AIo-Cui- Aliss os,i I'tull homo alter a pleasant xisit to herj xvunuiit. Aliiuele is to be clectio- sister, Alra. Geo. Aluitin, at Lixings- - tented nt the Kddyxille iKUUteutiary. Aluacles eiiine xxus apparently ton, Air. uud Alra. It. It. Wurc haxe' letuiued t.i their home at ItilexV uuicxoked, tisul a strong effort xx'ui: utter u xi-- il lo Iht mother. Airs. D. made tn scenic commutation of his t 'oilier. Aliss Koxie Jennings has sentence xm the ground that he xvas Ho killed u iiuiii named returned home alter a four week's xisit to her uncle Air. 1. L. Camden Jones near I'lnexille, uud then walkof liiidiauupolis, Ind. Shu also xisit- ed thioiigh the town and along to ed Air. uud Alra. W. W. Slcxeiis ut the Slitiight CoVck load, wlivte be met the father ol his xietim in Highland I'.uk. with Dulcie I'aitui and Tent meeting began heie Tuesday woman, lie aiiuoiiiiivil that night. Air. ami .Mrs. J nines Nu.xlor ate he had ptl killed Junes. The Fur-ti- n xioiiiiiu MTcanicd and attempted lejoictng oxer tun aiiival t a tine to Dee. Aliunde stalled toward her, bhby gul. uud vhcii she hid behind the other a All. . II. Oxcisticet spent Saturday mid Siiulav with friends 'at woman, AliinrJc leached oxer tho KileyV. Air. and Airs. W. O. HnMm, woman's shoulder and shot Dulcie , I'ailiu In death. of Hedtolil, Ind. is hete. Alra. John Dehiney and sou hoxe "1 was fined of diarrhoea bv one. ictuiued to their home in l'ortiuouth, Ohio, alter a vt.it to her imieuts, ilose ol I umuueriniun voue, tnoi- Air. John ern uud Diarrlnea Kemedy". writen Mr. unit Alra. Stewuid. mid daughters, ciuuo up fiom SI. K. Gebliurdt.Oriole, Fa. There u Lebanon Junction, to attend the bur- - nothing better. For Hide by Fenny' e. com-paii.x mi-oth- er ..ilinned the xeidict, mid Gov. Alc- has returned ' deary lust week signed the death The Couit of Ap.waU ut- - lne of Iter bUter. Mrs. John Cnnmiey. Ding Store. i- 1- - THE IHTKHHB JWNNAL, tTAWftBt. KCNTtfCKI TtfCWAY. AlHUIT t, UI2. 00we To The Old Fashioned Country Fair at Stanford AUGUST 21, 22 and 23, 1912 For Catalogue and Particulars, write J. F. CUMMINS, Secretary. no moro parting, nil is pence und joy for his last word were that ha was ready and without fear. Such a triumphant Chriritinn death is a bountiful tribute to the life he livA friend, ed. JIHS. NKLLIK HM'MKH, 1833 Mushy, Louisville, Ky. Under the Auspices of Diadem Lodge, No. 81, Knights of Pythias, i, IU i Si Tub Inferior Journal. M. BHELTON 1 HAUFLEY Proprietor A TEAH BTRIOTLY IN ADVANCE lit thf T" i ft ; c a candidate thnn it for Judge Sullivan. It left no xtono unturned in his behalf, but like a true democrat, DEMOCRATIC TICKET it now comes out strong If or the winner, saying in its issuo Monday: for rnrWtnt WOODKOW WII.SO.N. Advocate opposed Con I.nViuiu McQrnw. "Tho lor V. Vrto TII08. It. MAKSIIAI.U ror Vongrti$ IIAKVF.Y HELM gressman Helm lor lite nommniMn Tho Evans ,cnt ghoWl4 W(r V. ! V VIMYKAK v.- Mil Hoimi is Mroiigi-- r ior mm mvjI1MSt 0l-- Jnst wcck. Riving two per Circuit Clrf J. r. IIOLDAM V than wo are. Practically everyono . fonrmnccs. fpr Mnpttratt V. M. FIELDS took skips, oomo worKcu ui mo Miss Lillian DeJarnette, of Paris, polls, others through newspapers fcr MagiflraU JI. C. JJEWUVSD Gerund still others bv attempting tv who has been visiting Misses reprivately show reasons why their trude and Sara Itichardson, has Political Announcements r of fnvorito should win. The Advocnte, turned home. 'Jh annotincrmrnta in thia Mrs. John W. Holing is nt Elixir tamlitlatra lor olBcf, aubjtft to the action of liko Bryan, believes in every good No announccmenta thf Democratic primary. tor In aJrancc: democrat taking a firm stand in the Springs in nn effort to ho relieved of will be made, union paid I'or Rtprrtrnlnlirr. open and then join the majority af- ilicumatisui. YIKUlb JtcMULLIN. Mrs. W. C. Surber and Miss Wilter the fight is over. When everyTor Sktrtf body stands out for what they be- lie Benton Logsden were in Danville M. 8. HAU01IMAN 11. V. OIVEN'S lieve is right, tho aspect for good Thursday shopping. J. O. WEATIIEBFOBD Misses Gertrude and Snra Richgovernment is moro encouraging, T. J. 1IILU For County luiao provided they nil unite with the ma- ardson and Mary Steele attended u T. A. KICE ' M. F. NORTH jority after the race is run. Con- party given by Miss Miticlle Pruitt, Tor Jailer gressman Helm will not have a in MoTclnnd Eridny evening. 1AKRI8H VEYTON MUs Margaret Smith, of Lexingwarmer supporter among the newsOEOROE DEBOBDE DINK FARMER papers of tho district than the Ad- ton, is the guest of Miss Mary Tunis WILLIAM II. IIE8TEB vocate. We congratulate him aipon Sweeney. W. A. CATfiflN Mrs. Charles Lyons has returned his tremendous victory For AiHttor from a visit to Mrs. Lyons nt Lyons I. L. BECK nd he would littvo been, had tho story beet' otherwise. And in this connection, we want to commend the courso adopted by our good friends of fho Danville Advocate. No paper ever mado a more determined effort on behalf of, Knltni clan mail mtfr. rotitffiet at Stanford Phillips 1'avillion Theatre will exhibit hero IViday, August 1, playing the "Molunvk." I Election day passed away quiet ly Saturday, one half of tho usual vote being cast. The official vote follows: Helm, 101!; Sullivan, 30; Bureh JUO; l'urycar 00. Two votes were cast for the republican candidate for congress. Junction City. Mrs. Ilcttie Kissee, of IndianapoMiss Itcmico Lnndrum, of Mt. Vernon, wns a recent guest of Miss lis, is visiting Mrs. John Murphy. Fox-RidgeCo- al '.ll'. ,,. Tho State University Trustees cut oft the .fJ.Ut'U annual annuity to Pattetv.m. A Kidney Remedy Advertisement Now id the time to stock your winter supply of CO AL. None better than Prices right. We fork all our Coal YOU GET NO DUST. Fox.-Ridg- e, Brought Great Happiness have used Dr. Kilmer's Swamp-Rothat 1 was greatly benefitted by the same mid Itavo used it in my fumily. I had a sou, when quito young ho suffered from bladder or kidney 1 called in my physician, ho attended him but did him no good. Almost by accident 1 noticed mi about the curative of Dr. Kilmer's Swamp-Roo- t. 1 procured a bottio and gave it to him nccording to directions. It cured him of what wo thought wns almost "impossible mid tho sumo with others of my family. 1 have such strong faith in Swamp-Rothat 1 have never done without it in my family bince tho woudcrful euro of my son us well tts myself. I recommend it to all who suffer from kidney or blodder troubles and 1 am led to bclievo that it is one of tho best medicines for tho purpose for which it is used, that has ever been discovered. This is my experience from the use of Swamp-Roo- t. Wishing tho promoters of this wonderful medicine a Inrgo sale to the suffering public, 1 am Yours respectfully, W. II. MCAFEE. ot pro-Itcrti- cs ot I take pleasure in stating that I J. H. Baughman & Co. Phone 1 1 Stanford, Kentucky. CTruiiTinNMRE Nl)l -- It. II. BBONAUQU r. C. 8ANDIDQE J. H. BOONE W. T. OABNEK LAFE MORGAN H. M. OWENS ' 1I Li the winning side when an election rolls round, and hear the nice things that arc said after it is all over. It's not nearly so pleasant to taste tlin stinr of defeat and seo one's hopes go glimmering. Especially is this km. if the battle has been hard foucht and the contest partaken of That is the time when bitterness. the loyalty of a candidate and his friends to his party is truest tesicu. The message of congratulation to Congressman Helm from Judge Sullivan, tendering his congratulations of support, coming and assurance us it did from Judge Sullivan in the darkest hour of defeat, when a life time of ambition and aspirations beemed to have been blasted, proved him the loyal democrat and game fighter that we have always believed liira. He took his medicine like a man. The Interior Journal has e.vcr had the highest regard for Judge Sullivan. IJe has long been our personal friend, and we regretted that he was the man chosen by the opposition in their efforts to retAe We foresaw Congressman Helm. his defeat from the first. YVo rejoice exceedingly at the splendid triumph of Congressman Helm, our home man, our neighbor and our life time friend. We made the best fight for him that we knew how against another personal friend, but such are the vicissitudes of politics. But we arc glad that our confidence in the duality of Judge Sullivan's was not misplaced and nrc confident that he will be fit'lttiii-- ; for victory as hard in November, ns dem-ocra- It's a mighty nice thing to bo on mmmimmmMmmmmm The Great Danville Fair August 7, 8 & 9 Sidi Attractions Salore I. M. DUNN, Secretary, .. Miss LaVinia McGraw left Tuesday for Mt. Vernon, whero she will The sad news of the death of Wil- visit Miss Elizabeth Adams. Mrs. Eugcno Grubbs, of Lexington will carry liam Kincnid Buchanan besides and Mrs. Itannic Burks, of Louis-Milsorrow to many a heart are attending a house party nt those of his immediate family for ho was widely known and held in tho residence of Mrs. Mary Francis the highest esteem by all who knew Wells. Goorgo Powell, of this place, has him. His death occurred in Louisbeen offered n lucrative position in ville. Ky.. July 1 191'J, Ho wns born the railway service in Ilomtnti. Ky. in Tazwcll, Tenn., Juno 12, 1850, fifty six years of age nt his It is not known whether he will acHe joined the Christian cept same or trot. death. .Miss Delia Hay Gregory, of church in the early part of his mrirried life and lived up to its Springfield, is visiting Mrs. II. teachings. After moving to Louis- I'leccn Ewing. Mrs. J. S. Collins returned to ville he mid family put themselves under tho watch caro of the Metho- Hiehrnoad Sunday, lifter a visit to dist Church South, in which church her daughter, Mrs. Kobcrt Burk Mrs. Mary E. Hankln, liss Bessie his membership remained until his death. He leaves a wife and four Wright and Miss Lucy Hnnkla visitboys to mourn n loving husband and ed relatives in Parksvillo Sunday. Misses Ruth Lingle and Sara the kindest father. They are William Walter, James Ashley, Thomas Richardson gave a party at the Hill and Charles Parrish Buchannu. home of Mr. and Mrs. S. T. Lingle fight to eleven Ho was a man of unselfish disposi- Thursday evening, tion, generous and honorable, con- in honor of Miss Lillian DeJnrncttc, siderate of the feelings of others. of Pnris. Those who attended were No one ever applied to him for help Misses Lillian DeJarnette, of Pnris, Hint did not receive part of what he Miss Delia Ray Gregory, of Springhad. He gave up his entire estate field, Miss LeUn B. Jones, of and MIsfcs Louelln Lingle for what ho deemed honor and principle. IIo has left a stainless name Mnry Steele. Irene Lvons, Mao Ruth McCollutn. Ruth as a legacy to his children. In his Blaeketer, whole being there wns no clement of McColIuni, Ruth Turner, Gcorgin littleness. He wns faithful as a Wells, Bessio Wiitrht, Lucy Hankln, friend, all that a loving husband and Susie Roberts. Mnggie Clarkson. indulgent father could be, and tho Anna Prcwitt. Annie and Alma Cosrich legacy of a good nnrao is a by, Gertrude Richardson, Ruth Linsoothing value to those who mourn gle and Snra Richardson and Messrs his loss. May God givo tho wcep- - Shuttlowoith Tarkincton, Bob Lin ing wife and sorrowing children tho! trie, Ivan Moore l'orrest Kellev. Jit grace to feel that he was taken for linn Tarkintrton. John Iitirkn, Wnl-cowise purpose, and make them iter Moser. Prank Powell. Lewis Al- tpol Hint '" hiishnnil nml ttii;r tetotr, Ohariev Winkler and Job is not dead but waiting just beyond Mrs. G. Sam Cobv is confined to clasp them again in his anus to her residence by n severe nttnek and say that there is no more death of illness. e, bc-h- nr In Loving Memory of William Kincaid Buchanan IVV. I ..TTrted SctneoiHilYoo- H - Career A 7M ..-- WbRTUMl W c;rc-ira2.." p"" Tu T-r- vi w a sri "" !- , ILt. 1. And m "i"" , r VJ7Z . ' . - uwtt "- rr , .T. ". ??rJZt .- "r l. 7V College Witness. E. O. Willinms. Notary Public. Park, Ga. h M ver be written to-da- v 'xsrt'' MVRyyrV S&ktkWtTm. ni aappuijuur Start banleaccount si MB the YUNG man, be world lies before millionaire just as you. You can well as the local man about whom the above was written. A bank account is the firststcp Start today. THERE IS REAL PAINT and also some stuff mixed with cheapening materials that is not worthy of tho name. If you have had experience, with tho lntter kind you don t want another. If you haven't take our advice and don't Buy our rnl painto experiment. und save yourself disappointment and money ns well. Stanford. Kv. I A. ALLEN. ' The smallest opening deposit is heartily welcomed at this bank. STATE BANK & TRUST CO., Capital $50,000. Surplus $500 J. J. Stanford, Ky. W. L. McCARTY, Pres. G. L. PENKV, V. Pres. M. B. SALIN, Cashier. D. EADS, S. RtCE, V. Pres. S. ALBERT PHILLIPS, '.. v.;. A .'.. t'tVK .: A'.Vi M "I Enlarged Floral Hall and Poultry Department. A. Finest Merry Go-Rou- nd A. AW AW .5 aw Big Premiums in all Departments and a Most Liberal and Interesting program throughout. : : : In the United States With $750 Band. Danville, Kentucky. 5 . .. For Catalogs and Other Information, Address A'Vi giiPPlmililllliiilliiiiiliiPijiii l L- a.... W. P. G1VENS, President, :..' " v..w. 0ZT. - ;Hit'"m"" "" -- - THE IMTEHUB JtUBMAL. STANMHt. KENTUCKY. TUESDAY. AUCUtT t. 1112. SPECIAL FAIR BARGAINS ! R. M. ARNOLD, -- a w tons, Road Wagons, and 2 Pony Wagons. Fair prices on Rubber Tires for the three days of the Danville Fair. As a special advertisement we are offering Goodyear, Wing Rubber Tires at $12 and Firestone Tires at $14. The regular prices on these are $14 and $16. Gasoline at 15c a gallon! We are offering you this week some extra special bargains in factory built vehicles, including Surreys, Phae- Danville, Ky. (i:l-'-Dud-dera- Misxes Mary nnd Khabeth IIir-Sii- is Personal and Social. A. M. Iliatt, Seeietary of the D.m't forget the Old Folks' Con-- 1 won tho guests if .Miss Mary eeit, Tuesday Aug. (i. oktii house. JtocKeiistie oouiity lair urodiicaii, .Saunders is ut Crab McKoWrts Sunday. Mr. V. I'm-- . UV., Ulltos Hint llm nntpingues t'L Orclmnl Spring. Prof, and Mm, .1 W liclnud and Ailuissuii .'I.'), I'.'t and their eoiuing exhibition, uie lemly Mm. i'uilrr & In Kin f IsIiikIoii, littlo daughter, l.ueilo were in Danfor distribiitMii, and that he will be Yon will want to hear .Miss Esthirt licio viilUiK relatives nnil fricudtf. ville, Friday. mail ntivone u eatnloguo that of Cini'iiiimtl, Mr. Virgil Vinnii Mm. W. M. .Malum, of l.ifneaxter, er lliiieh at the Ohio F.ilkes' Conceit glad to will Kindly drop him a raid. U Wtiii),' Mm Lena l'lilnier. has been visiting her hiter, Mrs. opera house Aug. (I. Mrs. Ailn Moliley U tlio jrui-s- t of St Jilt near How laud. Thoo wishing to see me. will liud Misrt Kliziilwtli Mulian, at Danville. Mr. .1. T. Menefee has returned A dink red steer, weighing nbout Mr. Ocojvc Hnunvr rair.o down to Kimwille after a visit to his par- 700 pounds, left inv place this week. me nt my old plnco mm Liincnster '. street. W. A. Cnrson. fnini Ciali Orelianl Saturday to te ents, Mr. nud Mrs. J. X. Menefee. r. Mill pleaf-notify Fox I Finder Hay Foxier, urn Mr. iiimI Miy. Mr. mid .M,s. ,1,Imi Smith, of Dr. anil O. 1'. XuekoN. an- - isiting Mr. nud Mm. J. k service ut the Miss Klir.aletli Feenv ,of lixini;-U- T. Spoomimore. evening chinch Wedne-da- y f Mn. T. A. Hire. Just icceived by impress line of Aug. 7. Subject, "Jeus Success ns U tli jnift Miss Anna Waireii spent Sunday Dan-illoandit-s- . Penny's the a Teacher." Mr. Maurire Farris, Jr. of with her sister, Mm. C. F. (InrmU Xiinnally's (10-IfeMill Stole. wnH lierc for n short tirno Mon- at Crnb Uiehnrd. Mr. Uradley Uourno, of Lancas-te- t, day, with Homo f his old friend. A vast amount of ill health is due Mm. A. I). Dillion, of Liberty, is has been the recent guest of Mr. The tax books for J'JPJ have been t. impaired digestion. When tho Mrn. 1M Wilkinuniling her Mtcr Joe Warner. leaily for xomn time, pleaso call and stomach fails to perform its func Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Feeny, of Lex- settle. W. L. MeCarLy Sheriff. OJ-son. tions moncrlv the whole system be Mrs. J. N. Saunders and daughter ington, have returned homo after a A few doses of comes deranged. Sophia, ar HpendinK this Meek at visit to Mesdntnes T. A. Hire and Loxt A tan eont, between llowen Chiiinberlain's Tablets is all you rspnnp. Hicp. Joe Orali'Oreh'ant (loode's place on Ilustonville pike need. They will strengthen your di .Mr. S. Albert Phillips, Mr.. MnrRiirrt Jium, of Crab Mary Cashier vf the State Honk Assistant and Crab Orelianl. Pleaso return to gestion, invigorate jour liver, uuu Orehatd. s here visitui); Mr. & Trust this olllce. It regulate your bowls, entirely doing Co., Is xiK'iiding several days with Unrrh fciid dnuuhtcrs. nway with that miserable feeling Kffie Haujtlimiin has return-rImmefolks, nt London. Mi.s For Sale Privately. Farm of 103 due to faultv digestion. Try it Owcnsboro, after u Mm. H. F. Miller and Miss Kiniiiii acres, in high state of cultivation, home from Many others havo been jiennnncntry anSiekle, of Danville, ixit to Mrn. Kewman Uirk. nere the and well located. Address Lock Uox cured why not you? For sale by MeKiii-nein K. SliiiBrrt guests of Miss Anna Chancellor iev-er- 'J 10, Staufoid, Ky. Mrs. Penny s dnig store. ut the Itedxide of her fniiin days last week. Mrs. Jessiu Stagg and daiighteM K. I.. Tanner, who is quite ill. Mr. The name of W. A. Cnnon was Ilev. W. S. Willi.--, of Hustonville, Mr. M. F. rjkin enme orr from have hoinu from lliisloii-ill- iiimhirtcntly omitted from the list nnd Kcv. D. M. Wulker, will exnhoit where they have been visiting of eni.didalc for jailer in Friday's IxitiRton Saturday for a change pulpitu Sunday morning Aug and lneinls. Mr. Carson w still in the 11. Mr. and Mre. C. II. Carter and pii"cr. Mr. Adelia Woods and daughter inco nnd snya he's making the pace. Miss Minyjo are apcnduii: fevenil daughter, Elizabeth, havo jus' A force of enthusiastic workers OrchaTil Springs. from a pleasant visit to reladaw at the Crab cottage; good have been biwy this week on tue For Salt Kiooio Henxley is visitinc tives nud iriendx in Adair county. Mi Mm. ,1. W. locking, nud daiigh- barn; chicken house; gnideu; sever- track at the fair grounds. her sistpr. Mrs. 1". (.! Sandidce at Shelby City. teM, Mism-Kutli and Margery, of al fruit trees; possession Jan. 1st. Gl-'- J has re- M Kinney, and their isitoM. Miseex Dud lloldcrmnn. lend to thn grpfit IHl-vilMis .lopphnie turned home fronv Ashland, where Ueilim Grimes, Annie May True, of fair this vteek, A great exhibixhe had been xisitmu her aunt, Mrs. FaJiiioiitb, wrru in town ti sliort with tion is promised. The I. J. acknowledges W. T. lb bee. lime .Monday. thanks u complimentary "to the Mt. Mr. K. ('. Walt.m is in Lexinutoit Mr. and Mm. E. T. Iteazkv and Vernon fair which will bo held next For Sale or Rent. his brother, Mr. W. I'. Wal- daughter, Sadie Woodeot-- .will at- wick. A fine blue grass farm four miles ton. tend the oMiulles Fair this week, from Stanford, Ky., in high state of Mrs. Annie Peiiee, of .Marshall, hey will be the guexts of her father vices tho I"resbytcrian Sei at cultivation, adaptable to raising Mo., who hax been visiting Mm. Mr. K. II. dray. church on Sunday Aug. I, Uihle Walker, left Monday for Iiueaster. Mis. Elia Holtxelaw and daugh- school at 0:30. Morning service nt hemp and tobacco, corn, hay and all to vix.it other lelatives. ter iuivo returned from northwest- 11 o'clock, Subject "Thou Shnlt Not kinds of small grain. This I'm in Mrs. Artluisii MoAIUter, of Way, ern Kanas and will make their Steal. The saeredness of Property. has on it a nice new cottage, a huge M!n., eaiiie Saturday to make n vis-- it home hi Lannister. Urotherlwod will tobacco and stock barn nud nil The Presbyterian to her s.m. Mr. J. It. Foster and meet at 4 o'clock. Young Peoples' necessary outbuildings. Plenty of other relatives. James Turner. Meeting at 7 o'clock. everlasting water, is on good piko has Mrs. Mnnnirot Warner The Ixingtoii one mile from church house nud Leader Sunday to he hojue nt Iildianap.dis', At Ye Oldc Folkcs Concerto you from after a visit to Mm. T. I). Itanoy said: Mm. Annie W. James, of Lex- will hear the songs we nil love and store, and four miles each wayneighington and Louisville nutMiiiicus the the railroad, and in a good and other relatives. engagement of her daughter, Mar- the children should hear. At oM?ra borhood. The land lnys in Miss Susie Snundcrx and iter. August (!th. .1. J. Cornelxon. of I.ouiille, garet Wood, to Mr. Hobert O. Tum- house Mm. fact you can stnnd in the jnrd and of parted throncli here Saturday in or, The Aioadui, Florida. It soo nenily nil over the farm. marriage will be celebiated "Were all medicines as meritori- contains 141 ncios. If sold we will their wav to Crab Orchard Spring this mouth. ous us Cliambei Iain's Colic, Cholora to renmin seernl da vs. Mis, JamoK is mm attraclhc Lex- nnd Diairhoea Remedy tho world give veiy liberaT terms. If not sold Mrs. Will ltiffe, of Iiustonvillo. is by August 'JOth, will rent for jenrs nt the Crab Orelianl Springs. Her ington gill who moed to Louisville would bo much better off and the 1013-- 1 1. For further- - information about a c.it ago. She is u fine and pcicciitngo of suffering greatly little son Daniel is tho guest of his hiuhl.v cultured musician, nnd wns a writes Lindsay Seott, of onll on U. D. Carter. Stanfoid. Ky., grandmother, Mm. Jessie Stngg. Cbii-jijTemple, Ind., for HnSo ! IYhiijV sr write C. L. Cartel, Gieensuoio, Mrs.. S. M. Allw. iiiul .iliil.Jrwu Imvu stitilont of the University if She hiii just concluded a visit tp Ding Stoic. 'J K. C. nod home nt Jlillerxburgr. rotui Lexington fi lends, K. I Woods and Airs. .Mr. Turner is from a prominent and little 1'earl Kinhrv returned with her to remain pcxrrnl family of Richmond, Virginia, and nt i Florida sumetime. ao to -days. ICate Jones nnd daughteis, take a position in a bank, at .Mr. whole the bridal eolipte will Miss Martha Wallaee and Pauline, of Kansas City, who have been vis- go t i housekeeping in their own home iting her brother, W. P. Oritncn went just built, after their wedding jourto l.anenster Sntunlay to ixit Mm. ney to Itichmond, Washington nnd " k. Mattie Mixs Marrow Duneaii. .AT THE. (Irimes went with them nml will be SHORT LOCAL NEWS tho cuext of Mm. Duncan. Liiti-ciiMMid-weep, 2. d. V at e, s All-roads lo Mcw-ilruniGO-lAniiio-Kiiglott- ' 4&r Ttjjp OvI T J r fri v , tliirst 77 cou,dn,t that satisfy- There never was Coca-Col- a a "V vf a I 1 VI I straight as an row' t0 e dry sPot And besides this, gcs. - ar- - )) i$WrfkN "mmm. ii faryYB-TMT- "' scs.vTiJirwaii I m an ij - m 1 I T the call for purely delicious something and dcliciously pure and wholesome. satisfies to a ''i XV ' DeHcious &LK I &' winner you Arrow ef J 2HiBPiJH KS Cmli.1CsJr;JP":Jy dink linKnWf'L'i EK.'Hi''KrI p J Thirst-Quenchi- w"uis ng Demand the Gcrraine as made by a ( Jh r THE COCA-COL- A CO., Coca-Col- Atlanta, ca. W tt,.,- indication f)Q cskint;. a Our new booklet, telling of at Chattanooga, for the ifftIAtl! Oxfords, Straw Hats f? r- - .SEPTEMBER 9, 10, 11, 12, 13, 14, 1912 BIO DAYS FELT BAD ALL HE TIME Spe-ia10 eent cigars nt Penny's l the Itoxnll Store. CO-'- J. Kentucky Daily Races State Fair Clean Midway REDUCED RAILROAD RATES m In.re with the leadlnq companies. Fish & Bromley represent Shcllhorn Lady Suffered a Great them. All lines. Deal, But Is All Right Now. The costumes and songs of Ye Ikes, Concert, opera house, Oldc Shcllhorn, Ala. In n letter from this Aug. 0. flace. Mrs. Carrie May Bays: "A short time, bro, I commenced to havo wenk Special Notice. I felt bad nil epclls and headaches. $150 buu n $130 piano, II years. bad I tho time, nnd soon grew so Lo.iving for tho West must be Use. couldn't stay up. I thought I would dlo. sold at once. You havo to hurry to At last my husband got me a hottlo gel t.. great bargain. Phono 111 or of Cardul, and It helped me; so he got wnto . A. Itrummett, City. somo more. After I had taken ccond bottle, I was entirely well. Our best soloists ut Ohio Folke' I wish every lady, suffering from tVjicert, ojior.i house, Aug. (I. womanly trouble, would try Cardul. Cnniii Mid hoar our best talent, in Hinds, quaitetts, duets It Is the best medicine I know of. It crn house Aug. (I. did me moro good than anything I ever and los used." srtn: or Ohioc cm or Iolido. if tonic Cardul Is a woman's L col sit. 1 CHKNIT mikH ottta Out l la trnloi strengthening mcdlclno for women, oi ibt inn ol V. J. OiiNtr A Co, douui Mrtnrf I speLul3 Cllr ol Tolnlo. CUUDty uj Btle mado from Ingredients that act )r turn ol ! that wkl firm IU and cifically on tho womanly organs, and alorw H".M)nU) IJOLLAHS lor rchif ttty O.NU canuot be cured by the UM ol thus help to build up the womanly con- nw ol CiTiiui Hut ,UU..C.T"CX,U, rnAN,K j cucxEV stitution to glowing good health. Forn to Ufora me d eubarrilx-- In wy rteuce, As a remedy for woman's Ills, It has thu (ill day ol December, A. 1.. lua. . A. W. OLEASO!. i a successful record of oyer CO years. Nomr I'llUC I I try It iilil Catarrh Cure la taken IntemaUr and acta Your druggist sells It Pleaso Uallt directly upon l tie bksxl and uucoua urlact vt tuo tt N.D HWteto Ulln Advisory P.M.. Chalts-fouMrJKInt Co.. Chittiiiuxi, Trnn.,lur tvtctal li item. Seutf lor IretlmouUla. free. CO, Toledo. O. r. J. CIlLNtV irutrurficfii, and took, Horn Trtstmaal t-j -- LIBERAL PREMIUMS OFFERED Free Attractions LIBERATI'S BAND Farmer Boya School Encampment Mtk For Information, Entry Wonka, Catalogue, Addiraa U 320 PAUL JONES J,L, DENT.SCCY. BUILDING LOUISVILLE. KY JPI ! and Summer Weight Clothing at Cost 'V '. WW ' -N i me? For Every $1 Purchase to Aug. 5, we will give a ticket to Moving Picture Show at the Springs. L. L. SA1EKS, Crab Orchard, Ky. rK at our store from Aug. 1 Cummins Home of H. S. & fe earen Stanford. Kentucky M. All Wool Clothes hr Wosua," MM la plain wrtwer, en i equal. 7aae llall'a Faiullv Sold br all DruiiUla. 15c.Inr toutlpatlcc 1'Ula ttnmtmimmm0t HHaTUK-W,r.l)W- . - " .WM ifc THE IHTCMtW JWHWAC'lTAWFtit, THE FAfWCM KEHTWCKY. TlrEtOAV. AWtMST S&5 1 4' 1111 HERC'STHEHOG SKCIAL EXCURSION Little Things It's the LITTLE THINGS that make up life. It'a the LITTLE THINGS we forget and o we want to remind you of the'LITTLE THINGS we sell that you need EVERY DAY. SOCKS 1 In Silk at 25c and 50c; in Lisle Cotton at 10c and 15c. at 25c and 50c; in TIES 4-i- We carry so many of these that we hardly know what to say about them only this string ties and n hands in every conceivable color at 25c and 50c. Posted Chs. BcmotUs. William J. Top lio?n were $8.50 at Cincin-nn- ti yextorituy. Six yoinij: Jciey cows for sale. Jf. J. ilnitglnimu. Are you rciuly for the K. of 1 fnirf It not, I cmi supply your vrmita in linrnes, smlriles ,fiiie"lriviuj unit ritllnc liits, whips, spur? etc. J. C. McClnrV, Stanford. For Sale. :I0() bushels red Fultr. seed wheat nt .fl.'--o per bushel it" tnken ut once. No niflin to store. J. Frank Smith, Itoiito No. 'J. Stanford, Ky. 03;2. For Sale. My fmiii continuing nbout 80 acres "with new 0 room liouc pod fence' and Rood slnte of cultivation. Tnm to suit i, Located II mite fiom Ky., on the leiugtoii pike. r.k. - CINCINNATI AND RETURN ftBSSsSsssW Sunday, august ii. $1.50 llOURBON kBMKDV CO., Lcxlnctoo, Ky. Knctoied fa4 photo ol hoar that waa cnml ot cholern with your Bourbon I log Cholera Rem dr. Thla nor waa elmoit dead before tulnf the mnllclno, ik! then wai entlrelr cuml, crpt lo ol ear., tall, etc. Tlia nocla owned by Mr. Skfk Rwlnr. ol I1ow!ln Green, Ky. II. wli: be clad to tree yon tfillmonlal, aodwe can set eereral more II you want them. JBNK1NS-SUBLKTT DKUO CO., Bowllnj nraerii Ky. $1.00 Trip Trli Retinal taunt . SPECIAL TRAIN Lvt. JUNCTION CITY 5:35 a.m. ASK TICKET AGENTS FOR PARTICULARS, Ak Your DtufgUt lor It pur-ehax- Lnn-catc- Addrex KniiHiix. For tMile. A '. Gieeiiinj;, Ulil corn, A t'nrson, 0',J-U- p. TK IKS Of A SOOt VMM Imanufac- I lured and to kl COLLARS We sell the "Arrow Brand." They are linen, they are correct styles, and they are two for 25c. wotk Iiore. AIo . . and I venernl . 4 I. 11,(1 re ij.l- . !. a IMIL.K.. II. ft.-- flU-penter, .Morcland, Ky. J. C. Fox, of Qurrard, lMiiIit n car-loa- d of lambs and sheep in Lee county, KiO in the coiiiRiucnt, pav ing fnmi 3 to $l.ov per head foi tf :o. 1 .HiMT A WM- - car-rin- THE POWER OF WJlBpH lemoui old by If. They havt better wf on hlatory than hat trer MeniMde by any others. The WKOMire SBBHBrjBLlllOlH tsaaiebrtna sssrsszr pnalll LvWWiBk -- - A Name can't toll ft' GARTERS We have a show case full of them at 10c, 25c and 50c. them. SUSPENDERS Light and medium weights, also the heavy working man's Suspender, at 25c and 50c BELTS Something you must have-tan- s, 25c, 50c, $1.00 and $1.50. greys, blacksat Collar Buttons, Cuff Buttons, Stick Pins, Shoe Laces, Shoe Polish, Tie Holders, Handkerchiefs, Gloves, etc. ear-loa- d ol cattle fnim (Inrmid Thursday to J. S. Saddler and Company, nt Cin cinnati, there were U.i head in the load. Mr. Fox having bouuht the cattle Inrse- -t bunch. 'Jl from William Simpson of Huckeje at from 1 l-- 'J to 3 cents ier pound. .1. I). I'ope shipped n car load of cattle from Garrard ta Green and L'tnhrv at Cincinnati, X head in the from (illO to t.000 load. ueiuliiiiR pounds and costing from II to .' cents; the largest bunch were from J. C. OicillN. V. A. Lear, if Garrard, shipped T.'iO-poiinur-chns- pound. J. C. Fox shipped n b.msht and exported from I'uhiiki county 171 lninli- - that ro- -t him ." 'J ier J. I". Fo l-- J i 1 E.T. Pence STANFORD, KY. Vewyort.Jaa.it, till Keatarky Wafen Mra.Oo. LoUTllw,Ky. OoaOwneei -I kare aa OLD HICTOI1- T- a(oe ! la itndy u tor at that I kaT vara aad tae wacva la atroac aad eoo4 You can't tall a good book good man by hit clothe, by the cover, ou can't tell a good cigar by the wrapper. Neither can you tell 1 GOOD CANDY b B.. J ac lortMtmteloAdoraiitaeaMad Maada oa tale vaeoa and feaal ot roaab erouad. It tae aevtr baaa kaH aajtrco.tr. looretrmj, i. B. But you'ean tell good candy by the name it bean or what it back of the box. BauJCT. a roiiMgiiment Everything a man wears at H. J. McROBERTS Stanford, Kentucky DEPOSIT BANK OF STANFORD, charter March 9, 1854. It's successor: National Bank of Stanford, organized June 2, 1865. Recognized ber to Green. Embry Cincinnati, the following lwing some of the largest bunches bought: From Itob Lour Jo lambs at 0 2 cents, from Mrs. W. II. flurton. 20 lambs nt fl 2 cents from Nathan Itogii', .'!." n't 0 12 cents from liuiibs Kemp Walker 15 lnnib at tl 2 cents; from George Hrown 20 lambs at (S cents. V. A. Lear is Inning w for -- liitnneiit this week having been on tlie search for porkers in the Shugnr Cieek vicinity and having boiHit 41 head from Z. T. Rice at 7 2 cents, and riO 150- - poimd hogs from X- Yantis nt 8 cents. Lnwsou and Ilrown shipped a car bad of lninbx to Louisville, Inst week C. II. Arnold c.Nr!cd n cijr of cattle to the city mnrket. 1. F. ltnnkiii bought 20 fcediug "iltle averaging 1,100 pounds from l.awoii iiud Hrown at i(i.fi5. 1-1-1-1-- of lambs Ki.'t in num& l'o., ut eraeon could Doasiblvhaf a aarrad Mr. Bailey to well lasted throufh to many yean el constant uia. earned audi eieettrr loada. atood the abute It recalled, and don It all In aa thoroughly laUtfactory a manntr, II It had not been mauufactured out of the nneat ulectad Umber In the world lor ailes. hubs, spok is. felloes, houndt, bolatert. reachettnd beds, and then very part buUtasactly rlfhtV .They art Easy Runners and hold the grease wall, rMCCaed ttw pay fee le esaakM "K WOmr Men yea ear. Doyouthltkth"IUIKIT' NUNNALLYS Means to Candy just what Sterling means to Silver. At PENNY'S, The Rexall Store. UtlWWMMaKWriUKaTar la 1 Hmhrfil aaJy ry wMrnitni. UMTftU.IT. ttt KtHTKlT R. Price Reductions We have reduced the price on all Men's, Ladies' .and Children's Oxfords H. B. Northcott Dcalar in as First National Bank OCTOBER 3, I8t2. This Bank has been in successful and uninterrupted operation for 58 years, and Is worthy of the confidence ef of the public. Open an account with us today. the highest price ever paid for a colt his age in the state. The frisky youngster h.iwever was bred in the purple, his dam being Gladys and hh sire Ilex Penriiie. She is a full sister to Uiizel Dawn. Jack Twigg and IJessie Ifocknd.v. A Cal.. S. Joiim, or the hu hat bandlrd Dick Scudder Buvs a Fine One. J. Twigg. of Madison, sold last week to Dick Scudder, of this County, a two months' old colt for f!50. IT, Poultry, Eggs, Produce, Salt, Lime & Cement PHONE 153. Kens' $4 Oxfords now Mens' $3.75 Oxfords now Mens $3.50 Oxfords now . . Mens' $3 Oxfords now Ladies' $3 Oxfords new Lartl-- s' $2.50 Oxfords now Ladies' $2 Oxfords now Ladies' $1.50 Oxfords now Plenty of time to wear them qt a pair for .... $325 $3.80 $2.95 $235 $235 $2.00 $1.85 $120 the Fair. f Thi- - i W. E. PERKINS Crab Orchard, Ky Ie I'hariuirr. Vnlry ft CUlrn, finc for many a fiat Kil.-j'lluiifj- and Tar Osnp.mnd ha, io equal, and l the onr courIi I ran nruuiinrud lhfr luruiful rlow raeUae jrar. ta): fo.'a nli'di. "I fou.lUr mniaimnx no nirroiic or 7Ur rrnulnr In a hlincart and Tanner. Stanford, Ky. AT COST We will continue to sell all lawns and Oxfords at Cost, strictly The Farmer's Friends Superior and Peoria Grain Drills Call and see the new stock Hot Weather 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. will Our bill sale is over but iwe aw eaa.iiiiBinaia ai aa aaaw For Cash Goods charged will be at regular at Last saaa. price. W.EHiggins Stanford, Ky. Hughes, Martin & Go. Stanford. Ky. i. . in . aa.. m aaa up., J.LaBeazley&CtoJ. C. McClary LOANS Are net necessarily reserved for big depositors. The small man in business is welcomed at Mis bank as a depositor, and has the encouragement whisk an always conservative bank may give the small but growing business. CanHat $IM.tM I'lN.IN Surplus HH ! ! 1 vlf MsBBaSBBaPt KXCHANSK FURNITURK FOR ALL KINDS OF STOCK. OIVC THEM A CALL. PRICE FaTT M- NOSRTAKCM AND ALSO DEAL. lAUMfRS. IR IN PURNITURC MAT. TIN6S, RU8S. THIV WILL itaSM aMALMR UNB.RTAKIK ffwe AND Lincoln Cwnty Nilionil Bank Corner Nest to Courthoasa. Sam Robinson Stanford. Kentucky eWWtr$uithss. "? It7. KEMTSCKY. HMMPawisy. Thry coutprlae ri aily fur )uur in.iMliun Itii Um on Iba marVfl. f ran aull anuo. a tu prirv wbo UiJ bli rlothre made ta or-UA ih ii.m Tall aud WliiU r HaiuUa are uiw Stanford, Ky. l aaaanaff... ur mra.ura It pre To bare thrn irralle la riaJjr uade tlutlu-a- . made la mea.ur. duean'l co.l any mor. laaa , ult luada to rrail luada when quality and fit II con.ld-IliUI'uuie lu and Ut u lake your meat- - FIRE INSURANCE SURETY BOND RKMIWLAXD TANFRr KY. r'it ivKcnnr. r PnrHmi i.d.r W Xi ii k ,r;,?-u-a aaeejaejaaj yjgAmAmf r:- ? ' MM